Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, of Great Britain, attends services at Christ Church Cathedral, Ottawa, Canada. Exterior view and interior views of the Cathedral. Sign on the stone wall of Cathedral reads: "Christ Church Cathedral." The Queen Mother arrives in a cadillac automobile, and walks past a group of Girl Scouts assembled on the lawn. She pauses to speak with some of the Girl Scouts. Photographers line the walkway and Royal Canadian Mounted Police hold open the doors of the Cathedral. The Rector greets the Queen Mother, who turns and waves to spectators, who mill about, many putting on their coats,after she enters the Cathedral. Front of the 1954 cadillac car showing the British Royal Standard on the left front bumper.
View of Canadian Houses of Parliament. Crowd awaiting arrival of visitors.
Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden arrive in a Cadillac convertible automobile, standing up in the back, waving to the crowd. As they step from the car, they are greeted by the Canadian Premier, Louis St. Laurent. Churchill is smoking a cigar. Brief scene of Sir Anthony Eden descending steps from airplane at Rockliffe Airport, Ottawa on June 29, 1954. Premier St. Laurent escorts Churchill and Eden into the East Block Parliament building. Numerous Royal Canadian Mounted Police in uniform. Churchill and Eden sit at a large conference table along with Sir Archibald Nye, British High Commissioner in Canada, who orders Mounted Police to remove all photographers and reporters from the room. Winston Churchill and Anthony Eden descend steps and enter their car, sitting on the back of the rear seat. They wave to crowd as the car drives away. As they pass the crowds lining the street, Churchill raises his right hand in the famous "V" for victory sign. The are escorted by Royal Canadian Mounted Police, some on motorcycles. Quick view of photographers and reporters recording the event inside the meeting room before being asked to leave by the British High Commissioner, Sir Archibald Nye.
A DC-6 aircraft, carrying HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, of Great Britain, taxis after landing at Ulands Airport, Ottawa, Canada. The Queen Mother descends steps from the aircraft. Quick view of parliamentary luncheon for 300 persons given in her honor. The Queen Mother receives a bouquet of flowers at the airport, and reviews an honor guard of The 1st Black Watch (RHR) of Canada, in an airport hangar. Canadian officials in a line, being greeted by the Queen Mother. Afterwards, she enters an automobile with a clear plastic roof.
Britain's Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, arrives at the Canadian National War Memorial in a cadillac automobile with a clear plastic roof. She walks along a line of Canadian war veterans and converses with some of them. Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer holds back crowd of enthusiastic spectators. The Queen Mother places a wreath at the base of the war memorial, which is already adorned with countless wreaths placed there on Canada's Remembrance Day. Memorial is engraved: "1914-1918." The Queen Mother wears three pearl necklaces. Canadian spectators pack the sidewalks, as the Queen Mother rides along the streets of Ottawa. Views, from a height, of the ceremony at the National War Memorial. The Queen Mother stands before assembled officials. A military band is in formation. Large numbers of spectators are assembled to watch. The Queen Mother's wreath is shown with its card reading:"From Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother."
President Eisenhower visits Ottawa, Canada. President of the United States Dwight D. Eisenhower and his wife Mamie Geneva Doud Eisenhower get off an aircraft at Ottawa. Officers greet and receive them. He arrives in Ottawa to talk to Prime Minister of Canada John George Diefenbaker and Canadian leaders. Eisenhower addresses the parliament on difference in trade policy. Gathering applauds.
U.S. Air Force Chief General Hoyt S. Vandenberg in Ottawa, Canada. U.S. Air Force C-121 aircraft taxis along the airfield. USAF Chief General Hoyt Vandenberg talks to an officer at an airfield in Ottawa. The General greets the dignitaries who arrive for the Ottawa conference.