Canada: Val Marshall Printing (1969) Ltd.. Paperback. 160 pages. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of archival black and white photos. Includes lists of pupils and officials. Average wear. Binding intact. Bit of writing on front cover. A sound copy of this highly informative local reference. Krotki (2nd Edn) 377 . Good. 1969. First Edition.
British Columbia: Unknown. Paperback. 0969081324 42 pages. Copiously illustrated with glossy reproductions of excellent archival black and white photos. Signed and generically inscribed by author inside front cover. No other markings. Moderate wear. A quality copy. . Good. 1984. First Edition.
Canada: Highway Book Shop. Hardcover. 0889543275 295 pages. Bibliography. Index. Profusely illustrated with reproductions of wonderful archival black and white photos. Signed by Editor, Alice Robins, upon title page. "Deals with the early settlement and development of the Township of Strong and the Village of Sundridge... Arranged in chronological order to how how the Free Grant Act of 1868, the arrival of settlers, the building of the Grand Trunk Railway and the geographical situation of Lake Bernard all contributed to the success of this community despite the exodus of many of the original settlers in the years 1892-1911." - from dust jacket. Gift greetings upon illustrated front free endpaper. Light wear to book. Average wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in a glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A sound copy of this valuable genealogical reference. . Very Good. 1989. First Edition.
Victoria, B.C.: Morriss Publishing. Hardcover. 0550390022 144 pages. Index. Footnotes. Black and white photographic plates. "A book about some of the outstanding figures in railway construction; the Foley Brothers, Peter Larson, Patrick Welch and John W. Stewart (whose) contributions to the development of railways in Canada was significant." - from dust jacket. Clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A high-quality copy. . Very Good. 1988. First Edition.
Nova Scotia: High Hopes Senior Citizens Club. Paperback. 0969155255 299 pages. Fold-out map. Reproductions of archival black and white photos in text. Intended to preserve the historical heritage of this district. Average wear. Unmarked. Binding tight. A sound copy. . Good. 1985. First Edition.
Vancouver: J. J. Douglas. Paperback. 0888940629 98 pages. Index. Black and white photos. "The gold rush of 1858 brought hordes of miners to the interior of British Columbia, and most of them passed through Lillooet. Many abandoned the search for gold and stayed to carve lives for themselves in the area. This is their story." - from back cover. Clean and unmarked with moderate wear. Binding sound. A quality copy. . Good. 1977. First Edition.
Canada: R.C.A.F. Women's Division (W.D.) Association. Hardcover. 210 pages including 28 pages of reproductions of black and white archival photos. Bright gilt lettering and adornment upon blue front board. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding tight. A quality copy. . Good. 1973. First Edition.
Canada: Maple Leaf Route, Canada. Hardcover. 0919907024 143 pages. Index. Profusely illustrated with maps and reproductions of archival black and white photos. Oblong 12.5" x 9.5". "Presents the story of Allied and German strategy in the last month of the Normandy campaign as well as a detailed account of the battles fought by the Canadians along the road to Falaise." - from dust jacket. Prior owner's small address label inside front board, otherwise clean, bright and unmarked with light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart cover. A quality copy of this important reference. . Very Good. 1983. First Edition.
U.S.A.: Formac. Paperback. 0887805396 144 pages. Index. Printed on glossy stock. "Recreates the scope of this industry that launched more than 26,000 vessels in an eighty-year period... Introduces players such as Joseph Cunard, James Peake and James Yeo." - from front flap. Includes over 150 illustrations, many in colour. Moderate wear. Usual library markings. A sound working copy. . Good. 2001. First Edition.
Winnipeg: The Manitoba Record Society. Hardcover. 253 pages. Index. Volume XII of the Manitoba Record Society Publications. "Between 1908 and 1928, 'The Grain Growers' Guide' was the official weekly newspaper of the United Grain Growers Association. 'The Guide' provided its readers with commentary on politics, co-operative association, animal husbandry and the newest agricultural techniques. In addition, it included content of interest to women. Reproduced in this volume are a selection of letters and editorials which reflect the topics of interest to both the editorial staff and readers." - from dust jacket. Book clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Average wear to dust jacket which is now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. A quality copy. . Fine. 1997. First Edition.
Toronto: Presbyterian Publications. Hardcover. 57 pages. Reproductions of black and white photos. Provides the valuable and fascinating history leading up to the founding of St. John's Presbyterian Church, Belfast, Prince Edward Island. Also provides a history of the church with details of ministers, etc. Two prior owner names atop front free endpaper. Above-average external wear and fading to mauve cloth-covered boards. Binding intact. Printed upon glossy stock. A sound copy. . Fair. 1939. First Edition.
London, ON, Canada: R.C.R. (The Royal Canadian Regiment). Hardcover. 170 pages. Printed upon glossy stock. Reproductions of many black and white photos. Average wear to light blue boards. Unmarked. Some sunning to spine. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1971. First Edition.
Canada: Boston Mills Press. Hardcover. 1550461338 238 pages. Oblong 42cm x 32cm. 39 Full-colour maps. 560 archival and contemporary photos, maps and drawings. "This truly outstanding work of research details Canada's present and historic transportation networks. Over twenty years in the making, this work will prove to be a vital reference for many decades to come." - from promotional slip. No dust jacket as issued. An unused copy. New in shrinkwrap. . New. 1997. First Edition.
Manitoba: Self-Published / Public Press Ltd.. Hardcover. 282 pages. Index. Black and white photographic plates. Two fold-out maps. "The author has selected Brandon, a typical Assinniboine basin city, to illustrate civic development on the prairies." - from Preface. Prior owner's name and date upon front free endpaper. Binding intact. Average wear. A sound copy of this informative work. Peel (2nd Edn) 3990. . Good. 1946. First Edition.
Canada: University of Calgary Press. Hardcover. 155238196X Total of 808 pages in two volumes. Bibliographical references and index. "Spans a remarkable 12,000 years of history and showcases the work of 34 of Alberta's most respected scholars. Consists of 30 distinctive and richly illustrated essays representing a wide range of voices and points of view." - from promotional band. Clean, bright and unmarked with negligible wear. A superb set. . Fine. 2006. First Edition.
Ottawa, ON, Canada: Environment Canada. Paperback. 0660148161 171 pages. Abundantly illustrated. Selected bibliography. An excellent reference on Canadian flooding suitable for readers young and old. Unmarked with moderate wear. Binding intact. A sound copy . Good. 1993. First Edition.
Ottawa, Canada: National Map Collection, Public Archives Canada. Paperback. 87 pages. Bilingual English/French. An informative textual and visual explanation of the development of Ottawa, Canada. Average wear. Unmarked. Benign patch of dried adhesive inside back cover. Binding intact. A sound copy. . Good. 1974. First Edition.
Canada: The Corporation of the County of Lanark. Hardcover. 096902892X 290 pages. Index. Fold-out map. "An authoritative history of this Eastern Ontario County... provides a detailed account of its development before 1900... The anecdotal charm of the text is reflected in the handsome sketches, photographs and maps that accompany it. Many of the illustrations, together with much of the information in the text, have not previously been published." - from dust jacket. Clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. Dust jacket now preserved in glossy new archival-grade Brodart. An excellent copy of this handsome work. . Very Good. 1984. First Edition.
Nanaimo, B.C.: Nanaimo Museum. Paperback. 096916081X 294 pages. References. Index. Reproductions of black and white photos in text. "A collection of vignettes that tell the story of the people whose name is reflected on a street, a park, a building, or a monument." - from back cover. Prior owner's address label atop title page, otherwise clean, bright and unmarked with very light wear. A nice copy. . Very Good. 2008. First Edition.
Canada: Manitooba Historical Society. Paperback. 585 pages. Bibliography. Intended to "Give readers an understanding of the historical and geographical development of the area which is Manitoba today through facsimile maps, selected to show the main events and cultural proesses that were important in the growth of the whole or of any part of the area from the time of the earliest map, made in 1612, to the present." - from page 1. Somewhat above-average wear. Binding intact. Usual library markings. A worthy working copy of this sensational Manitoba historical reference. . Fair. 1970. First Edition.