Facing history : portraits from the National Archives of Canada =

Face à face avec l"histoire : portraits des Archives nationales du Canada by National Archives of Canada.

Publisher: National Archives of Canada = Archives nationales du Canada in Ottawa, Ont

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Facing history: portraits from the National Archives of Canada. prints, and drawings) and Peter Robertson (photographs) = Face à face avec l'histoire: portraits des Archives nationales du Canada / introduction par Lydia Foy ; notices du catalogue par Lydia Foy (peintures, estampes, et dessins) et Peter Robertson (photographies.

Facing history: portraits from the National Archives of Canada / introduction by Lydia Foy ; catalogue entries by Lydia Foy (paintings, prints, and drawings) and Peter Robertson (photographs) = Face a face avec l'histoire: portraits des Archives nationales du Canada / introduction par Lydia Foy ; notices du catalogue par Lydia Foy.

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