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Hundreds of spectators lined the corridor yesterday outside the public galleries of the House of Commons in hope of witnessing the rare spectacle of a dying government fighting off its attackers. It was the largest crowd to turn out since the Munsinger scandal in the spring of 1966. However; House of Commons adjourned two minutes after by agreement between Liberals and opposition. [Incomplete] Open in full size

Hundreds of spectators lined the corridor yesterday outside the public galleries of the House of Commons in hope of witnessing the rare spectacle of a dying government fighting off its attackers. It was the largest crowd to turn out since the Munsinger scandal in the spring of 1966. However; House of Commons adjourned two minutes after by agreement between Liberals and opposition. [Incomplete]

Picture, 1968, English

Hundreds of spectators lined the corridor yesterday outside the public galleries of the House of Commons in hope of witnessing the rare spectacle of a dying government fighting off its attackers. It was the largest crowd to turn out since the Munsinger scandal in the spring of 1966. However; House of Commons adjourned two minutes after by agreement between Liberals and opposition. [Incomplete]

Picture, 1968, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Canada - Ontario - Ottawa - Parliament Buildings - Interior (1967 - 1969)

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0107497f