8 images. Canadian cruiser, HMCS Ontario, arrives at Terminal Island, 6 December 1951. Ronald Cowan, Chief Petty Officer; Hal Stevens, Chief Petty Officer; Captain Ernest Patrick Tisdall, Royal Canadian Navy; Victor Duclos, Canadian Trade Commissioner; Captain C.E. Coffin, Junior, United States Navy; Captain Al Teague, Pilot.; Supplementary material reads: "Gershon. City desk. Illus. Canadian Cruiser Ontario. She was escort for Princess' Elizabeth's royal tour. The Canadian Cruiser Ontario is shown arriving at Naval Base, Terminal Island, en route to home base Esquimalt. No 1-2: Ontario arriving being led to dock by American tug which assisted her docking. No 3 -- Canadian sailors are shown "reeving" the line through stern chock as cruiser Ontario arrives for four day visit. No 4-5: Beard champions. Left, Chief Petty Officers Ronald Cowan and Hal Stevens, right, proudly display heavy beards grown during cruise of Canadian Cruiser Ontario. No 6 -- Bridge section of Cruiser Ontario as she arrives alongside dock. Man in civillian hat is Capt. Al Teague, pilot. who docked cruiser. No. 7-8: Left. Captain Ernest Patrick Tisdall, R.C.N., commanding cruiser Ontario greeted by Victor Duclos, center, Canadian Trade Commissioner in Los Angeles, and Captain C.E. Coffin, Jr. USN, who extended port courtesies for Captain J.Y. Dannenberg, Naval Base Cammandant, now on leave".