Royal Tour of Canada H.M The Queen is given a salute from a Mountie, a Royal Canadian
Royal Tour of Canada
H.M The Queen is given a salute from a Mountie, a Royal Canadian Mounted Police Officer, as her holds the car door open on her arrival at Gander Airport in Newfoundland, Canada, to officially open a new terminal building.
19 June 1959
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The Drivers of the two New German Mercedez-Benz cars taking part in the British Grand
The Drivers of the two New German Mercedez-Benz cars taking part in the British Grand Prix here tomorrow, seen during a practice session here today. On the left is Karl Kling, and with him Argentinian Juan Fangio. Fangio set up a new lap record during practice here today, averaging 100.35 M.P.H. after the circus he skidded and hit some barrels on the edge of the track. A wing of the sleek car was dented.
16 July 1954
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Now its the warm look. French Coat Fashions. The slogan for this year has been
Now it's the warm look. French Coat Fashions.
The slogan for this year has been warmth for the wearer. The designers have achieved warmth in many ways. The only common denominator in all coat styles is the generosity of the cut.
Wind may Whistle along The Street of the Fishing Cat on Left Bank, just across river from Notre Dame, but it won't distress this Parisienne so well wrapped up in a warm teddy-bear coat tightly held by a leather belt.