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Last respects: Prime Minister Joe Clark and his wife Maureen McTeer head a line of mourning politicians and friends of John Diefenbaker as the hearse bearing the body of the former prime minister leaves the Parliament Buildings for the last time. Clark will deliver a graveside address when the Chief's body is buried in Saskatoon Wednesday. Open in full size

Last respects: Prime Minister Joe Clark and his wife Maureen McTeer head a line of mourning politicians and friends of John Diefenbaker as the hearse bearing the body of the former prime minister leaves the Parliament Buildings for the last time. Clark will deliver a graveside address when the Chief's body is buried in Saskatoon Wednesday.

Picture, 1979, English

Last respects: Prime Minister Joe Clark and his wife Maureen McTeer head a line of mourning politicians and friends of John Diefenbaker as the hearse bearing the body of the former prime minister leaves the Parliament Buildings for the last time. Clark will deliver a graveside address when the Chief's body is buried in Saskatoon Wednesday.

Picture, 1979, English

Rights and Licenses

Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Diefenbaker; John (death and funeral)

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0043647f