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Prime Minister Diefenbaker met friend on stroll down Prince Albert main street Saturday afternoon greeting constituents. In evening he won his own nomination unopposed before a standing room only crowd of 1,000, Chairman F. Hadley asked the meeting if there were any other nominations. There was laughter from the audience and the Prime Minister was declared candidate. Open in full size

Prime Minister Diefenbaker met friend on stroll down Prince Albert main street Saturday afternoon greeting constituents. In evening he won his own nomination unopposed before a standing room only crowd of 1,000, Chairman F. Hadley asked the meeting if there were any other nominations. There was laughter from the audience and the Prime Minister was declared candidate.

Picture, 1963, English

Prime Minister Diefenbaker met friend on stroll down Prince Albert main street Saturday afternoon greeting constituents. In evening he won his own nomination unopposed before a standing room only crowd of 1,000, Chairman F. Hadley asked the meeting if there were any other nominations. There was laughter from the audience and the Prime Minister was declared candidate.

Picture, 1963, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Diefenbaker; John (election campaigns - 1963)

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0043674f