All photos from the Documentary Art and Photography Division of the National Archives are marked with the negative number in the bottom left hand corner. Every attempt has been made to contact copyright holders.
Prime Minister Louis S. St. Laurent.
Ceremony on Parliament Hill to mark the entry of Newfoundland into Confederation. L. to r. in foreground: Prime Minister Louis S. St. Laurent; Governor-General Lord Alexander: F. Gordon Bradley: former Mime Minister W.L.M. King.
Ambassador in United States Home Wrong signs the North Atlantic Treaty on behalf of Canada in Washington on April 4, 1949, as John S. Foley of the United States looks on.
Visit of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehm of India to Canada. L. to r.: Prime Minister Louis S. St. Laurent, Prime Minister Nehm, former Prime Minister W.L.M. King.
Visit of Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India to Canada. Secretary of State for External Affairs Lester H. Pearson and Prime Minister Nehru with an unidentified thud person aboard the Maid of the Mist, Niagara Falls, Ontario.
Deputy Under?Secretary of State for External Affairs Escon Reid and Secretary of State for External Affairs Uster B. Pearson, prior to departure for the Confcxexe of Commonwealth Foreign Ministers in Colombo, Ceylon (now Sri Lanka).
Lester B. Pearson presiding as Chairman at a meeting of the Political and Security Committee of the General Assembly of the United Nations, Fourth Session, October 1949.
Members of the Canadian Delegation to the Third Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. L. to r.: R.G. Riddell, General A.G.L. M NaugMon and A.D.P. Heeney.
Delegates al the Third Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations. L. to c.: George Ignatieff, Guy do la Tournelle (France, alternate representative), Herbert V. Evan (President of the General Assembly and Minister of External Affairs of Australia) and Sir Alexander Cadogan (Permanent Representative of United Kingdom).
Jean Désy, Ambassador in Italy and President of the General Council of the International Refugee Organization, with George Warren, Delegate of United States to LR.G. General Council.
A French schoolteacher and two girls opening boxes of food Rod supplies sent by the Canadian Council for Reconstruction through UNESCO at the Late normale, Paris, March 1949.
Women representatives at the opening of the Fourth Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (September 1949). L. to r.: Ulla Lindstrom (Sweden), Sucheta Kupalani (India), Barbara Castle (United Kingdom), Senator Cafrine Wilson (Canada) and Eleanor Roosevelt (United Slates).