All photos are from the Documentary Art and Photography Division of the National Archives and are marked with the negative number in the bottom left-hand corner.
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh on their wedding day, November 20, 1947.
The Governor-General greeting the President of the United States on his arrival in Ottawa, June, 1947;
l. to r.: Margaret Truman. Lady Alexander, Mrs. Truman, W.L. Mackenzie King, Harry S Truman, Lord Alexander.
L. le r.: M.J. Coldwell (Leader of the CCF). John Bracken (Leader of the Opposition), Gaspard Fauteux (Speaker of the House of Commons), Prime Minister W.L. Mackenzie King, President Harry S Truman, J.H. King (Speaker of the Senate), W.L. Robertson (Government Leader in the Senate), Solon Low (Leader of the Social Credit Party), on the steps of the Parliament Buildings after the President's address in the House of Commons.
L. to r.; President Harry S Truman and W.L. Mackenzie King visit the War Memorial, June 1947; in the rear, at left, Ray Atherton (Ambassador of United States).
L. to r.: Louis St. Laurent and L.B. Pearson at the Second Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. Flashing Meadows, September 1917.
Escott Reid (Chairman of the Committee on Procedure and Organization) at the Second Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations.
Hume Wrong making an address at Rockefeller Plaza during United Nations Week, September 1947.
Delegates to the Second General Assembly of the International Civil Aviation Organization; l. to r.: Brigadier C.S. Booth, Air Vice Marshal A. Ferrier, A.B. Rosevear, O.G. Stoner.
Members of a Canadian Trade Mission raise the flag at the Embassy in Athens; l. to r.: James George (Third Secretary), Don W. Thomson, James A. MacKinnon (Minister of Trade and Commerce), L.R. LaFlèche (Ambassador).
L. to r.: Hugh Keenleyside calling on President Miguel Alemán of Mexico, 1947.
William Lyon Mackenzie King in his study at Laurier House.
L. to r.: A.L Jolliffe and Yousuf Karsh at the first sitting of the Citizenship Court, January 1947.
D.C. Abbott, Minister of Finance.