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National Film Board of Canada/ Library and Archives Canada C-37751 The Hon. Sidney Smith, Secretary of State for External Affairs until his death in March 1959.
Duncan Cameron/Library and Archives Canada PA-114895 Swearing-in of Howard Green as Secretary of State for External Affairs, Rideau Hall, June 4, 1959. Left to right: Prime Minister John Diefenbaker, Governor-General Vincent Massey, Green.
Capital Press Service/ Diefenbaker Archives Collection, MG01/XVII/JGD 1191 Left to right: Supreme Allied Commander in Europe General Lauris Norstad, Prime Minister Diefenbaker, and Minister of National Defence George Pearkes, May 19, 1959.
Southam Inc./Library and Archives Canada PA-151732 Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro in Montreal, April 26, 1959.
Library and Archives Canada C-003894713 Prime Minister Diefenbaker with Australian Prime Minister Robert Menzies, May 21, 1959.
Library and Archives Canada C-003894711 British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan meeting with Prime Minister Diefenbaker and members of the Canadian Cabinet, March 18, 1959.
Library and Archives Canada C-00389714 Prime Minister Diefenbaker greets the United States Secretary of State, Christian Herter, at 24 Sussex Drive, July 11, 1959.
United Nations 62975 Howard Green addressing the United Nations General Assembly, September 24, 1959.
R. Wetmore/Library and Archives Canada PA-181040 Christmas dinner in Halifax for refugee families who arrived in Canada under the programme for tubercular refugees during World Refugee Year.
United Nations 63621 Wallace B. Nesbitt addresses the United Nations General Assembly=s First Committee during the debate on disarmament, November 2, 1959. Charles Ritchie, Canada=s Permanent Representative to the U.N., is seated behind Nesbitt.