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eMedals-Peace Tower Altar Dedication Programme, Ottawa, August 3, 1927

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Peace Tower Altar Dedication Programme, Ottawa, August 3, 1927



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Peace Tower Altar Dedication Programme, Ottawa, August 3, 1927

Peace Tower Altar Dedication Programme, Ottawa, August 3, 1927 -  Programme inscribed "DEDICATION OF THE ALTAR IN THE MEMORIAL CHAMBER, PEACE TOWER, HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT BY HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE OF WALES / ORDER OF CEREMONY / OTTAWA, 3rd AUGUST, 1927 / THE DIAMOND JUBILEE OF CONFEDERATION" with the Canadian coat-of-arms above, plus handwritten inscription in pencil at the top on the front cover, the same appears on the first page of the insert, the centre spread of the insert with the Order of Ceremony, with an arrow pointer and hand printed notation in pencil inscribed "RT HON W.L. MACKENZIE KING - SPEAKS" beside the Ceremony's beginning time of 3:00 p.m., the back page of the insert describing the Memorial Chamber, the Inscription on the Altar, the Inscriptions under the Window of Remembrance and the Inscription above the Door, cover printed in black ink on the front on a cream-coloured card stock, four page insert printed in black ink on a cream-coloured paper stock, 152 mm x 215 mm, vertical crease, lightly soiled cover, near very fine.Footnote: In August 1927, the Prince of Wales (later Edward VIII) and the Prince George (later King George VI) opened Union Station and the Princes' Gates at Exhibition Place in Toronto, Ontario, dedicated the Peace Bridge across the Niagara River between Fort Erie, Ontario and Buffalo, New York, in addition to Dedicating the Altar in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower, Houses of Parliament in Ottawa, Ontario on August 3rd, during their visit to Canada in the summer of 1927.
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