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- Source of title proper: Title based on the numbering system of the Sudbury Star.
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June 5, 1939 (Creation)
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1 photograph : b&w acetate negative ; 10 x 13 cm
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One image of King George VI and Queen Elizabeth walking beside their train with Capreol Mayor James E. Coyne (beside the Queen), various dignitaries and two Mounties in Capreol, Ontario. A crowd is gathered to greet them including military personal.
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James Coyne (1894-1981) was the mayor of Capreol for 7 years. To learn more about Coyne, see the following webpage written by his daughter Rita Christensen on Capreolonline at http://capreolonline.com/Looking/People/coyne/jcoyne.html.
To see other images of the 1939 Royal Visit to Sudbury, Ontario, research the Heit Family Fonds at http://www.archeion.ca/royal-visit.
To learn more about the 1939 Royal Visit, see The National Film Board's documentary "The Royal Visit." http://www.nfb.ca/film/royal_visit The Sudbury portion of their trip is featured at 73:40 to 74:05 minutes within the 90 minute film.
To see other films of the 1939 Royal Visit to Sudbury, Ontario, research the Herbert Rose Fonds at https://www.archeion.ca/king-and-queen-visit-canada and the Falconbridge Nickel Mines Limited Fonds at https://www.archeion.ca/q-k-film & https://www.archeion.ca/odds-ends-falcona-gym.
See "Queen Receives Bouquet at Capreol," Sudbury Star, June 7, 1939, p. 20 & "Britons Felt Monarch on the Road to Recovery," Sudbury Star, February 7, 1952, p. 5.