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Northcliffe Room, looking south, Public Archives of Canada, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Historical research scholars at the Dominion Archives of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
William Redver Stark's Sketchbooks: 2.2.2 Oil stain
Chinese Quarter, Lagauchetière Street
A Chinese store in the Interior of the Upper Country
Lila Gee, playground monitor, with Chinese children playing basketball at McLean Park, Vancouver, British Columbia
Lieutenant-Colonel John McCrae and his dog Bonneau
Dr. Arthur G. Doughty, Dominion Archivist
Arrival at the York Fort anchorage in Hudson's Bay, August 17, 1821
Unindentified Chinese child
Sing Lee, Chinese merchant, BC
Photostat room in the Dominion Archives of Canada, showing Mr. St. Amour, Ottawa, Ontario
Chinese printing office, Louisa Street, Toronto, Ontario
Lieutenant Daniel Claus
Taking of Québec by the English, in “A New Discovery of a Vast Country in America,” Louis Hennepin, 1698
Staff members open a storage box from the Sir John Coape Sherbrooke fonds
Office of the Deputy Minister, Public Archives of Canada, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Public Archives of Canada, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
[Sydney] (Cape Breton Island)
Private John Lewis, 1st Battalion, Royal Canadian Regiment, one of the survivors of Chinese attack
An office in the Dominion Archives of Canada, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Manuscript room, Public Archives of Canada, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Northcliffe Room, looking northeast, Public Archives of Canada, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
Let Your Buying: part of a set entitled "Let Your Buying Build Empire Trade and Prosperity"
Man on a street carrying yoke with basket
Chinese camp (Canadian Pacific Railway), Kamloops, British Columbia, 1886
Personnel of the Cycle Corps and nursing sisters leaving Exhibition Camp for overseas service
Canadian prisoners of war being lead through Dieppe by German soldiers.
Print room, Public Archives, Sussex Street, Ottawa, Ontario
On the Road to 2017 with LAC
Fighting in Flanders – Gas. Mud. Memory.
LAC's Audiovisual migration
Access Government of Canada priorities.