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On the national campaign trail for the first time in seven years, former prime minister John Diefenbaker gives a rousing speech to more than 700 Conservatives in a hall in Hamilton last night. After an hour and a quarter of vintage Dief oratory, he had every listener on his feet applauding. I even amaze myself sometimes, Diefenbaker had told newsmen just before speech. Open in full size

On the national campaign trail for the first time in seven years, former prime minister John Diefenbaker gives a rousing speech to more than 700 Conservatives in a hall in Hamilton last night. After an hour and a quarter of vintage Dief oratory, he had every listener on his feet applauding. I even amaze myself sometimes, Diefenbaker had told newsmen just before speech.

Picture, 1974, English

On the national campaign trail for the first time in seven years, former prime minister John Diefenbaker gives a rousing speech to more than 700 Conservatives in a hall in Hamilton last night. After an hour and a quarter of vintage Dief oratory, he had every listener on his feet applauding. I even amaze myself sometimes, Diefenbaker had told newsmen just before speech.

Picture, 1974, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Diefenbaker; John (portraits 1974 - 1975)

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0043860f