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Canada"s Houses of Parliament; a photographic essay. Black and white photography and interior colour by Chris Lund. Exterior colour photography by Malak. Executive producer, Lorraine Monk. Foreword by Vincent Massey. Text by Stanley Cameron. Designed by William Newton. by Canada. National Film Board

Publisher: Queen"s Printer in [Ottawa]

Written in English
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  • Canada. -- Parliament -- Buildings,
  • Photography, Artistic

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Title on spine: Canada"s Houses of Parliament. Centennial ed.

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