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Prince Philip talks with Indians in Kingston; the heartland of the United Empire Loyalists who clung to their British ties during the American Revolution. It looked as though half the city's population of 60;000 had turned out to see the royal couple and most of the homes along the cavalcade were hung with flags or bunting. Open in full size

Prince Philip talks with Indians in Kingston; the heartland of the United Empire Loyalists who clung to their British ties during the American Revolution. It looked as though half the city's population of 60;000 had turned out to see the royal couple and most of the homes along the cavalcade were hung with flags or bunting.

Picture, 1973, English

Prince Philip talks with Indians in Kingston; the heartland of the United Empire Loyalists who clung to their British ties during the American Revolution. It looked as though half the city's population of 60;000 had turned out to see the royal couple and most of the homes along the cavalcade were hung with flags or bunting.

Picture, 1973, English

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Toronto Star License

Provenance

From the Toronto Star Archives

File Location:

Royal Tours - Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip (Canada 1973) Kingston

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Baldwin Collection

Branch

Toronto Reference Library

Location

Toronto Star Photo Archive

Call Number / Accession Number

tspa_0122803f