Canada: Elnora History Committee. Hardcover. 0919212212 323 pages. Index. Map endpapers. Many reproductions of archival black and white photos. Includes many local familiy histories. Unmarked with moderate wear to pale orange-coloured boards. Binding intact. A sound copy of this wonderful genealogical reference. . Very Good. 1973. Second Printing.
Canada: Foster Learning. Hardcover. 0968919308 Signed by both authors and others upon front free endpaper. 233 pages. Generously illustrated with archival black and white and color photos. The first comprehensive history of Lloydminister, Alberta. Printed upon glossy stock. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. A nice copy. . Very Good. 2001. First Edition.
Canada: Plateau Press. Paperback. 0969884222 238 pages. Index. Reproductions of archival black and white photos. "A collection of memoirs and articles on topics both familiar and forgotten, delightful and disconcerting. Provides a glimpse into the lives of the people of the Valley and the Pass that will surprise even those most familiar with the history of the area." - from back cover. Unmarked with average wear. A sound copy. . Good. 1998. First Edition.
Alberta: Willow Creek Press. Hardcover. 0969319207 From limited edition of 1,000 copies. 247 pages. Index. Many reproductions of archival black and white photos. Photo-illustrated endpapers. Oblong 11.2" x 12.5". When this book first appeared in 1913 it represented the most extensive chronicle of Alberta's cattle country ever undertaken, and since then it has become a cornerstone in the written history of Western Canada. This edition includes every word of the original, complemented by 45 additional archival photos (of the same period and locale as the text). The author calls this the story of the work and play of the cowboys and the ranchers when the ranges were open and the cattle were wild. - paraphrased from dust jacket. Discrete handwritten gift greetings atop front free endpaper, otherwise book clean and unmarked with very light wear. Light wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A handsome copy. . Fine. 1988. 75th Anniversary Edition.
Canada: Bowness Historical Society. Hardcover. 1553830946 586 pages. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of archival black and white photos. Black leatherette boards with gilt lettering and illustration. Illustrated endpapers. "This book is intended both to accurately document the past and to be a forum for Bowness families' stories. We hope it will challenge your assumptions, confirm what you already know and brying you new insights into our past." - from page vi. Bowness is a Bow River community in northwest Calgary. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. Appears unread. A superb copy. . Fine. 2005. First Edition.
Canada: Rendezvous Historic Press. Paperback. 0978120906 Reprint of the 2006 first edition. Bibliography. Footnotes. Index. Many reproductions of archival black and white photos. Appears to have been privately printed in limited quantity. "The modern history of Departure Bay began in the 1800's after the discovery of coal in Nanaimo. For a short time it was the centre of a hub of commerce and industry, only to settle back into relative obscurity. This is the story of the place and its people." - from back cover. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Appears unread. An excellent copy of this highly-informative work. . Fine. 2007. Reprint.
Burnaby, BC: E.G. Ladner. Paperback. B0007ARN8U 181 pages. Index. Maps. Reproductions of archival black and white photos. "Firsthand accounts of pioneering in the area which, in 1879, became the Municipality of Delta, British Columbia." - subtitle. Unmarked. Above-average wear. Binding intact. A worthy reference copy. . Fair. 1979. First Edition.
Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press. Hardcover. 0773507388 496 pages. Index. Footnotes. Black and white reproductions of photos. "Covers a period of remarkable expansion and achievement in the history of Canadian external relations." - from dust jacket. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1995. First Edition.
Canada: Wilfrid Laurier University Press. Paperback. 0889200246 454 pages. Index. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of archival black and white photos. A reprint of the 1937 first edition with a new introduction and biography of the author, plus an 18-page name and subject index. This work "comes as close to a personal anecdotal history of the city as we can hope to retrieve, a spotted chronicle of a community that can never exist again, and one in which almost every reader will find a point where past confronts present as nostalgia tugs against progress." - from introduction. Gift greetings atop first blank leaf, otherwise unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this very informative work. . Good. 1975. Reprint.
Alberta: Spruce Grove Public Library. Hardcover. B002SDLJZM 604 pages. Hundreds of reproductions of wonderful archival black and white photos. Illustrated endpapers. "To have a permanent record of the very beginnings of Spruce Grove and District is the intent and purpose of this book. To identify it as a self-made community, nurtured and tended by dedicated citizens who by hard work and tireless effort have earned it the reputation of being a desireable place to live." - from Introduction. Printed upon glossy stock. Average wear. Soiling to edges of textblock. Binding intact. A sound copy of this marvelous local history and genealogical reference. . Good. 1979. First Edition.
Canada: Para Rescue Association of Canada. Hardcover. 0969807201 322 pages. Includes Glossary, Honour Roll and Nominal Roll. Very generously illustrated with reproductions of black and white photos. "A comprehensive modern history of Search and Rescue services in the Royal Canadian Air Force and the Canadian Forces. Details the development of Para Training, their specialized equipment and many significant missions encountered by this dedicated group since 1944. Many incidents are retold in the form of personal anecdotes." - from dust jacket. Book as new, clean, bright and unmarked with practically zero wear. Moderate wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A nice copy. . Fine. 1994. First Edition.
Nakusp, B.C.: n/a. Hardcover. B0006BP5EE 146 pages. Reproductions of archival black-and-white photos. Unmarked with average wear to green boards. Binding intact. Prior owner's generic and unmarked bookplate affixed to front free endpaper. A sound copy of this informative history. (Hale & Barman 447) . Good. 1951. First Edition.
Canada: McGill-Queen's University Press. Hardcover. 0773507361 406 pages. Index. Footnotes. Black and white reproductions of photos. "Covers the department's administrative growth from its formation in 1909 through the major changes brought about by World War II." - from dust jacket. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. . Very Good. 1990. First Edition.
Burnaby, B.C.: Sonic Research Studio, Simon Fraser University. Paperback. 2369645008 72 pages. Generously illustrated with black and white reproductions of photos, diagrams, maps and graphs. Oblong 11 x 9". Undated but appears to be circa 1973. The World Soundscape Project's "first field study of an actual environment, that of the city in which the project originated." - from Preface. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. Please note: originally issued with two LP records which are not included. (Hale 15033) . Good. 1973. First Edition.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario: U.S.W.A. Local. Paperback. 0968815103 270 pages. Bibliography. Generously illustrated with reproductions of black and white photos. "Intended to be a concise history of Algoma Steel. Consequently, much is reported about leaders such as Francis Clergue and Sir James Dunn, as well as some executives of the company." - from Introduction. At the time of publication the author had worked 37 years for Algoma. He writes with a strong passion for the company and the history of its district. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Binding tight. A nice copy of this informative work. . Very Good. 2001. First Edition.
Canada: Abitibi Power and Paper Company, Limited. Paperback. 48 pages. Dozens of black and white photos. Cover photo of gold medal-winning figure skater Candace Kartinen, a member of the Port Arthur Skating Club and daughter of Al and Phyllis Kartinen. Contents: Brief obituaries of recently deceased former employees; many photos and personal news items from the Smooth Rock Mill, Georgetown Mill, Beaupre Woods, Beaupre Mill, Fort William, Sturgeon Falls, Thunder Bay Mill, Pembroke Shook Mills, Thorold Mill, Port Arthur, Soo Research, Lakehead Woodlands, Island Falls, Iroquois Falls Mill, Iroquois Falls Woods, Pine Falls Mill, Pine Falls Woods, Soo Woods, Soo Mill, Abitibi Corporation, Miratile California, Miratile Chicago, Toronto Office and London Office. Printed on glossy stock. Somewhat above-average external wear. Binding intact. Several minor tape repairs. Unmarked. A worthy copy of this highly informative snapshot of Abitibi's 1965 workforce, its families, and their lifestyles. . Fair. 1965. First Edition.
Canada: Saugeen Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Paperback. 128 pages. Opens with a brief history of Saugeen Memorial Hospital and how it was founded in memory of World War victims through the efforts of Mr. Ellis Millard and the Rotary Club of Southampton in 1947. Includes a broad range of recipes for cookies and small cakes, cakes and icings, desserts, pies and tarts, pickles, salads, supper dishes, and much more. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. Contents clean. Some soiling to beige covers. A sound vintage copy. . Good. 1964. Second Edition.
Canada: Self-Published. Paperback. iv, 87 pages. Reproductions of black and white photos. "I have written this booklet because I have found so many people know almost nothing about the evacuation of the Japanese Canadian people from the west coast during the war. At the coast, after Pearl Harbor, a Japanese family might be living next door to you and a few days later they were gone and no one knew where, particularly after they left the exhibition buildings in Vancouver. I feel sorry this story has to be told, in part, so that such a thing does not happen to any other group of people in this country. Tashme was established at the Fourteen Mile Ranch and the first families arrived in September, 1942. I have written mostly about the high school and its students but everyone in the community was effected by the events I have recorded." - from Preface. Author taught high school for two years in Tashme. Clean and unmarked with light wear. Two-inch rectangular patch of mild discoloration to upper right corner of front cover where label removed. A sound copy of this important history. OCLC Number 41799350. . Good. 1993. First Edition.
Canada: McClelland. Hardcover. 0771067712 760 pages. Index. References. Black and white photographic plates. Fold-out maps. This volume covers the period from the end of WWI until 1967. Unmarked with average wear. Binding intact. A sound copy of this excellent reference. . Good. 1972. First Edition.
Canada: Western Canadian Distributors Ltd.. Hardcover. 0948130393 309 pages. Index of names. Facsimile reprint of the 1908 first edition. "...Compiled from the records of the grants of land made in Upper Canada to officers, non-commissioned officers and men who had served in 'the first flank Companies, the Provincial Artillery, the Incorporated Regiment, the Corps of Artillery Drivers, the Provincial Dragoons, the Marine and General Staff of the Army,' and in Lower Canada, to 'the officers and men of the Embodied Militia, discharaged troops and others." - from Introduction. Bright red cloth-covered boards. Gilt lettering to spine. Appears unread. Binding tight. Clean, bright and unmarked with virtually no wear. A superb copy of this highly-informative reference. . Fine. 1992. Facsimile Reprint.