|His Excellency is our 18th Governor General.
|The RCAF used the Beechcraft C-45 Expediter as a training craft from 1939 to 1970.
|King George VI will be buried in St. George's Chapel, next to his father, King George V and his grandfather, King Edward VII.
|The 1952 Monarch.
|The Vice Regal palace is located at 1 Sussex Drive in Ottawa and has 175 rooms.
|This North Korean poster reads, :Everybody must take precautions against epidemics to smash the germ warfare of American imperialism!"
|Karen Magnussen in 1987.
|Groundbreaking ceremony for the new Ford factory.
|The 1952 Viking television receiver is sold exclusively through the T. Eaton's department store chain.
|Puppets Uncle Chichimus and his neice Hollyhock announce each evening's shows.
|Perry Saltzman is the first face that Torontonians see on their TV receivers. The meteorologist will deliver more than 9,000 weather reports during his thirty-year career.
|Built in 1864, the Don Jail will close in 1977.