The photographic records of the 1939 Royal Tour offer great insights of the actual encounter with King George VI and his wife, Queen Elizabeth. Some of the photographs taken by reporters assigned to the task, depict "C" Company, The RCR preparing to welcome King George VI, in the parade square at Wolseley Barracks. Others depict the actual ceremony, held in the square facing CNE Station, where the royal train arrived in London, on 7 June 1939. The memorable occasion was immortalized not only in black and white, but also in colourized pictures.
These photographs may have been produced by Perfect Pictures Studios of London, Ontario, however the photographer is unknown. Most likely, they were avaialble for sale at Cairncross and Lawrence Drugstore, located at 216 Dundas Str.