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Photograph - Queen Mothers Arrival in Malton
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Title: Photograph - Queen Mothers Arrival in Malton
Identifier: 2006.4.66.1
Donor: City of Mississauga
Item Date: 1979
Creation Date: 2012
Location: Bradley Museum

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Description: A colour photograph with small round corners. Photograph of the Queen Mother arriving at an airport hanger in Malton. The Queen Mother is wearing a teal coloured jacket with matching hat and white gloves. In the photograph she is seen stepping off the plane and about to head down the white stairs. On the side of the stairs the Air Canada logo is painted.

The Queen Mother visited Canada from June 29 to July 2nd 1979. She spent three days in Halifax and four days in Toronto. The Queen Mother had her departure ceremony at Toronto International Airport inside an Air Canada 747 Hanger located on Airport Road in Malton. She departed to London aboard a Canadian Forces Boeing 707.

This photograph shows the Queen Mother arriving at Toronto International Airport in Malton, on her way to the Queens Plate that was held at Woodbine Race Track.
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