Series consists photographic material. Forty-four photographs, 1900-1968, are portraits of the Heeney brothers in the company of individuals and groups; portrait of Pat and W.L. Mackenzie King. Sixty-seven photographs, 1907-1968, depict a visit to Europe of Mr. and Mrs. Heeney, 1950; tour by the Permanent Joint Board on Defence to U.S; army installations in Alaska, June 1968; Rev. W. Bertel Heeney. Copies of 121 photographs, 1930-1970, depict air training plan, 1940; Quebec Conference, 1943; Paris Peace Conference; NATO, 1952-53; Permanent Joint Board on Defence, 1970; Ambassador to United States, 1953; portrait of A.D.P. Heeney. Twenty-three photographs, 1939-1945, depict the Royal Tour, 1939; Air Training Conference, Ottawa, Ont., 1939; Canadian Cabinet War Committee, 1943 and 1944; Canadian Cabinet Secretariat, March 21, 1945.
There are 6 files containing 331 photographs, ca. 1930-ca. 1970. The material in these files are related to the diplomatic career of Arnold D.P. Heeney, with an emphasis on his period as Canadian Ambassador in Washington, D.C. from 1953; Heeney with other government representatives at diplomatic functions and conferences including the Paris Peace Conference, 1946; NATO Meeting, Paris, France, 1953; signing of Agreement on the Civil Uses of Atomic Energy between Canada and the U.S., 1955; and Heeney with Canadian and international figures including: C.D. Howe, L.B. Pearson, Louis St. Laurent, William Lyon Mackenzie King, John F. Kennedy, Governor-General and Mrs. Vanier, Lord Tweedsmuir, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and John G. Diefenbaker. Some photographs are by Karsh, Newton, and Gaby.
Copies of 121 loaned photographs, 1930-1970, (accession 1972-042 NPC): Library and Archives Canada does not provide copies; they must be obtained from lender.
NOTE: it is believed most of the originals for the Loaned material (1972-042) was donated to Library and Archives Canada in the subsequent accessions from Heeney, thus copies may be provided in those instances.