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The collection of pamphlets in the Trent University Archives are generally Canadian in scope and there is a special emphasis on items that relate to the Peterborough and Trent regions.  

Note: All pamphlets in this collection are designated by the symbol "P", i.e. P1, P2, P3, etc.

Note: We have a separate collection of pamphlets related to camps and camping. They are designated by the symbol "C"

1: Birds of the Peterborough Area (3rd edition) / by Doug Sadler, 1973 (2 copies)

2: Peterborough Centennial Museum and Archives: The First Twenty Years... / by Helen Rutherford Willcox, 1987 (3 copies)

3: History Made Enjoyable by Heritage Peterborough / produced by Heritage Peterborough, n.d.

4: Uniting Three United Churches / an address by William T. Gunn, 1923

5: Rogers Building 1856 / Quaker Oats Company, copyright 1988 (original plus photocopy)

6: The Peterborough Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee: Its Objectives and Accomplishments / by Martha Ann Kidd, 1985 (2 copies)

7: The Hydraulic Lift Lock, Peterborough Canada / n.d.

8: Peterborough Lift Lock / Parks Canada, n.d.

9: Peterborough Lift Lock / Department of Transport, n.d.

10: The Hydraulic Lift Lock at Peterborough / Parks Canada, n.d.

11: The Peterborough Hydraulic Lift Lock / edited by Jean Murray Cole, 1987

12: A Centennial History of George Street United Church Peterborough 1875-1975 / edited by C.A. Bullock, 1975

13: A Supplement to A Centennial History of George Street United Church Peterborough 1975-1985 / edited by C.A. Bullock, 1985

14: Year Book 1893-1894, Parish of Peterborough, St. John's Church, South Ward Mission (3 copies)

15: Parish of Peterborough, St. John's Church and South Ward Mission Year Book 1894-1895 (4 copies)

16: St. John's Church, Peterborough, Statement of Vestry and Building Accounts from... April 10, 1887 to... April 1, 1888

17: Saint John's Church, Peterborough, Statement of Vestry Account from... April 1888 to... April 1889 (2 copies)

18: St. John's Anglican Church Peterborough… Dedication of Chapel and Parish Hall Addition… 1957

19: Centenary History: St. John's Church, Peterborough 1827-1927 / edited by F.M. Delafosse, n.d.

20: St. John's Peterborough: The Sesquicentennial History of an Anglican Parish 1826-1976 / by Elwood H. Jones, 1976

21: Some Facts from St. Luke's Past 1825-1986 / edited by Simon J. Connell, 1987

22: Little Lake Cemetery: Its Rules, Regulations… Act of Incorporation… / 1852 (2 copies)

23: Little Lake and Highland Park Cemeteries / [Peterborough], n.d.

24: Peterborough and St. Joseph's Hospital: An Historical Appreciation / by Alan Wilson, 1990

25: Peterborough: A Tentative Guide Prepared by The Historical Society of the City and County of Peterborough / n.d.

26: Historic Trent-Severn Waterway / Parks Canada, n.d. (2 copies)

27: Trent Canal System 1946: Improved Natural Waterway Connecting Lake Ontario and Georgian Bay / Department of Transport, 1946

28: Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes: 1988/89 Economic Impact Analysis / 1989

29: Souvenir of Fenelon Falls / n.d. (photocopy)

30: A Short History of Marmora with Pebbles and Twigs from Marble Point / by W.R. Freeman, n.d. (photocopy)

31: Diary of a Journey Through Upper Canada and Some of the New England States 1819: John Goldie / forward by Willman Spawn, n.d.

32: Early Canadian Sketches / by Mrs. Jameson, 1958

33: Cobourg 1798-1948 / by Edwin C. Guillet, 1948

34: Selected Poems of William Telford / by Smith Township Historical Society, 1992

35: The Irish Emigrant Settler in the Pioneer Kawarthas / by Howard T. Pammett, 1978

36: History of the Post: Smith Township / by Robert Bowley, 1990

37: St. Thomas Anglican Church 1885-1985 Millbrook, Ontario / by Jocelyne Daw, 1985

38: Ishpeming Stony Lake 1900 / by I.H. Amys, n.d.

39: The Canadian Register of Heritage Properties, First Annual Report, 1992.

40: Peterborough Folklore & Folklife Vol. 1 / interviews by high school students, [1985]

41: Visual '67 Photographs of Centennial Celebrations: Peterborough and County / introduction by Robert J. Hatton, 1967

42: A Driving Tour Through Smith Township / Smith Township Archival and History Committee, n.d.

43: Southern Ontario Ready Reference 1931, Canada British Empire Reference Series Part II, 1931 edition

44: Chemong Park Story / by Helen Rutherford Willcox, 1986

45: The Trent Valley Navigation Company's Kawartha Lakes Sailing Trophy / 1903

46: "The Electric City" Peterborough Province of Ontario Canada: Views of City and District with Information from Official Sources / compiled by J.A. McElhiney and E.R. Hensley, n.d.

47: Peterborough Library Association and Mechanics' Institute, Constitution, By-Laws and Catalogue, Established 1853 (photocopy)

48: By-Laws of the Peterborough Branch No. 52 of the Ontario Provincial Command of the Canadian Legion / n.d.

49: Dedication of Memorial Plaques and Book of Remembrance in the Peterborough Memorial Community Centre, September 7th, 1958

50: Peterborough Normal School Year Book 1940

51: Yellow Directory… Norwood, Havelock, Trent River, Hastings, Campbellford / 3rd edition, 1989

52: The Kawartha Scene / presented with the compliments of Bowes & Cocks Realtor, n.d. (2 copies)

53: Kawartha Lakes / Grand Trunk Railway System, 7th edition, 1903 (2 copies)

54: The Kawartha Lakes / Grand Trunk Railway System, n.d.

55: Artspace: A Centre for Art, Performance and Communication in Peterborough Square / n.d.

56: Peterborough Cause: Community Assist for an Urban Study Effort / A Program of the Ontario Association of Architects, 1983

57: Visitor in Peterborough and the Kawarthas: Free Map and Tourist Info / n.d.

58: Facts About Peterborough / by The Development Department of the City of Peterborough, [1979]

59: Peterborough Tour 1987

60: Illustrated Souvenir of Peterborough / n.d. (2 photocopies)

61: Souvenir Program: Peterboro Old Boys 1903

62: A 30-Year Program for Development: Peterborough 1946-1976 (2 copies)

63: Kawartha Lakes Bright Waters & Happy Lands / The Canadian Pacific Railway, 1911

64: Yellow Directory of Kawartha: Peterborough - Lindsay - Port Hope - Cobourg & Surrounding Area / 1978-79 edition

65: The Grove Chronicle: Lakefield Preparatory School 1959-1960, Vol. 52, No.1

66: Stratton's Address to the Electors of the Riding of West Peterborough / [1907]

67: Special Form of Service in Commemoration of His Late Majesty King George the Fifth… to be used in All Saints' Anglican Church Peterborough and St. Paul's Presbyterian Church Peterborough on… / 1936

68: Reasons for Wesleyan Belief and Practice, Relative to Water Baptism… / printed by R. White, Peterboro', 1862

69: Programme: 21st Anniversary of the Resuscitation of Otonabee Lodge… No. 13, I.O.O.F…, Opera House, Peterborough, 1903

70: Programme of Winter Meetings of the West Peterborough Farmers' Institute… 1900

71: Peterborough and Ashburnham Union Memorial Service to Our Late Sovereign Queen Victoria… 1901, in St. Paul's and George Street Churches

72: Thirty-Eighth Annual Report of the Peterborough Workingmen's Building and Savings Society… 1926

73: Constitution, By-Laws, Rules of Order, Etc., of Warriner Lodge, No.75, I.O.O.F…. Instituted at Port Perry, Ont., June, 1871 / (2 copies: 1888 printing & 1891 printing)

74: One Hundred and Fifteenth Annual Report of the Loyal Orange Grand Lodge Province of Ontario East: Report of Proceedings Held in the City of Belleville, April 19th and 20th, 1974

75: One Hundredth Anniversary Carleton L.O.L. No. 838, Moneymore, Ontario / [1957]

76: The Nicholls Hospital Trust Peterborough By-Laws, Rules and Regulations Revised May 9th, 1936, and Approved January 11th, 1937 (2 copies)

77: The Peterborough Collegiate Institute and Vocational School Announcement 1929-30

78: The Peterborough Collegiate and Vocational School Commencement Exercises 1929

79: The Peterborough Collegiate Institute and Vocational School Commencement Exercises 1954

80: Miniatures: Trenton, Ont. / n.d. (miniature reproduced photographs)

81: Lindsay Collegiate Lecture Course Seventh Series 1903-1904

82: Church of St. John the Evangelist Peterborough, Ontario… Daily Intercessory Prayers / n.d. (Note: prayers refer to war)

83: Peterborough Woodlots Water Wildlife and Wilderness / Peterborough Field Naturalists, n.d. (2 copies)

84: Constitution of Peterborough Lodge, No. 111, Independent Order of Odd Fellows… Instituted at Peterborough, May 7, 1873, Revised May, 1881 / 1881

85: Classified Statement in Detail of the Receipts and Expenditures of the Township of North Monaghan for the Year Ending December 31st, 1899 / 1900

86: The Calendar of Trinity College School, Port Hope, for the Year of Our Lord 1898-99 / 1898

87: By-Laws of Court Peterboro' No.29, Canadian Order of Foresters Peterborough, Ontario, Adopted September, 1897 / 1898

88: By-Laws of Faithful Brethren Lodge, A.F. and A.M., No.77, G.R.C., Lindsay, Ontario, Canada, Approved at Toronto, 26th April, 1877

89: By-Laws of Peterborough Lodge No. 155, A.F. & A.M. Peterborough, Ontario, Adopted December, 1888 / 1889

90: By-Laws of Corinthian Lodge Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons No. 101, G.R.C., Peterborough, Ontario / 1907

91: Auditors' Report of the Township of Haldimand 1912

92: Peterborough Centennial and Old Home Week Official Programme, June 29th to July 7th, 1929

93: A Gentle Lady / written for the Catharine Parr Traill Chapter I.O.D.E. Lakefield, Ontario by Eileen M. Gariepy, n.d.

94: "Two Centuries of Change": United Counties of Northumberland and Durham 1767-1967 / 1967

95: Stony Lake Year Book 1908 / issued by Stony Lake Cottagers' Association, n.d.

96: Echoes and Reflections of Flora M. Morrison 1912-1981 / 1984 (also, loosely inserted is an typed untitled paper dated May 16, 1982 and signed in ink by Mary L. Northway)

97: Peterborough Day: Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto, August 30, 1971

98: Leeds Agricultural Implement Works, Gananoque / n.d.

99: Report on the Most Eligible Route for a Canal Between Lake Simcoe and the Rice Lake… by R.N. Baird / n.d.

100: Cavan United Church Report for 1949

101: St. Andrew's United Church Millbrook, Ontario Annual Report 1950

102: St. Andrew's United Church, Millbrook, Ontario - Cavan United Church Cavan, Ontario Annual Report for 1952

103: St. Andrew's United Church, Millbrook, Ontario - Cavan United Church, Cavan, Ontario Annual Report for 1953

104: St. Andrew's United Church, Millbrook, Ontario - Cavan United Church, Cavan, Ontario Annual Report for 1954

105: St. Andrew's United Church, Millbrook, Ontario Annual Report for Year 1957

106: St. Andrew's United Church, Millbrook, Ontario Annual Report for Year 1958

107: Financial Statement of the Methodist Church on the Cavan Circuit for the Year Ending May 1, 1924

108: Financial Statement Cavan Pastoral Charge, The United Church of Canada, for the Year Ending Dec. 31st, 1946 (2 copies)

109: Canadian Agriculturist and Home Magazine / published at Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, August, 1891

110: The Guide / Holiday Number, [published in Port Hope, Ontario, ca 1904]

111: By Lake and Lock: A Guide to Historical Sites and Tours of the City and County of Peterborough / edited by Alan Brunger, 1987

112: The Heritage Designation Handbook / Peterborough Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee, 1991

113: Hatfield Hall Magazine / June, 1944, Volume XV (Hatfield Hall School for Girls, Cobourg, Ontario)

114: City of Peterborough Municipal Manual 1979 / compiled by the City Clerk

115: Silver Jubilee, The United Church of Canada Bay of Quinte Conference, George St. United Church, Peterborough, Ont., May 30th, 1950

116: George Street United Church, George at McDonnel, Peterborough, Ontario / n.d.

117: St. Andrew's Church, Niagara-on-the-Lake / by E.R. Arthur, 1938

118: Harwood Co-operative Creamery Company Limited Thirty-Fifth Annual Report, 1954

119: A Facsimile Copy of the First By-Laws of the Town of Peterborough Printed in the Year 1850

120: Norwood Congregation, Presbyterian Church in Canada: The Annual Reports for the Year Ending 31st of December 1891 / 1892

121: The Presbyterian Church and What it Stands for To-day / by Alfred Gandier, n.d.

122: A Century of Presbyterianism: The Story of St. Paul's Congregation, Peterborough / (A Souvenir of the Fifty-Ninth General Assembly, Peterborough, 1933) by Richard Lees, [1933]

123: History, Year Book and Church Directory: St. John's Church, Port Hope, Ont. / Rev. A.G. Emmet, 1932

124: Year Book and Church Directory: St. John's Church, Peterborough, Ontario / Rev. R.C. Glagrave, 1931

125: The History of St. Luke's Church, Ashburnham, 1876-1902 / compiled from Vestry Records and Other Sources by Rev. E.A. Langfeldt, Rector, [1902] (2 copies)

126: History of St. Anne's Parish, Peterborough, Ontario 1956-1969 / by Edgar J. Boland, [1969]

127: St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Williamstown, Ontario: Report of Centenary Celebration August 25th to September 2nd, 1912 / 1916

128: Report of the Commissioners of the Quebec, Montréal, Ottawa and Occidental Railway on the Operations of the Commission… of the Works Done up to the 1st December 1877 / 1878

129: Catéchisme des Caisses Populaires: Sociétés Coopératives d'Épargne et de Crédit… / 1918

130: The Municipal Guide / Vol.1, No.1, January, 1902, published monthly at Peterborough, Ont., Canada

131: Commercial and Industrial Edition of Port Hope, Bowmanville, Orono and Newcastle, Ontario… / n.d.

132: Premiums Given for Quaker Coupons, Number Seven / Department "P", The Quaker Oats Company, Peterborough and Saskatoon, Canada, [1935]

133: Report of the First Annual Meeting of the Canadian Forestry Association Held at Ottawa, March 18, 1900

134: The Farmers' Daily: Some Points About the Origin, Construction and Opportunity of the Enterprise Launched by The Farmers' Publishing Company Limited… Toronto (Memorandum to Supervisors and Club Secretaries) / n.d.

135: Dominion Association of Fire Chiefs 25th Silver Anniversary Convention, Peterborough, Ontario, August, 1933

136: Security for Farmers: Your Stake in Farm Marketing / [1948]

137: Historic Prince Edward: Your Souvenir Guide / Prince Edward Historical Society, n.d.

138: Picturesque Port Hope / n.d.

139: Tourist's Road Guide to the Maritime Provinces (New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island) with Map / n.d.

140: American Armed Intervention in Korea: Statement by A. A. Gromyko / (A Soviet News Booklet) published by the Soviet News, London, 1950

141: Shvernik Replies to Truman: Text of Reply to the President of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR and the Resolution of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of August 6, 1951 / (A Soviet News Booklet) published by the Soviet News, London, 1951

142: Program of the Young Communist League of Canada: World Situation / 1923

143: The Chartist Movement / (published for the Marx Memorial Library and Workers' School) by Salme A. Dutt, n.d.

144: Kenya: What are the Facts? / by Philip Bolsover, May, 1953

145: Long Live the First of May! - "Workers of the World, Unite!", May Day, 1921 / (Long Live the Russian Soviet Republic!)

146: Labor Stands for Peace! May Day Manifesto / National Committee, Communist Party of Canada, May 1, 1960

147: May Day, 1886-1961: Peace, Jobs, Canadian Independence! / May 1, 1961

148: May Day - 1963: For Labor Unity and Independent Political Action: Statement of the Communist Party of Canada / 1963

149: 'Solidarity Forever': Stop Union Raiding / by William Kashtan, 1962

150: May Day 1965 / National Committee, Communist Party of Canada, 1965

151: Why Canada Should Quit NATO / by William Kashtan, 1969

152: The Astro-Magnetic Almanac, for 1843 / by H.H. Sherwood, 1843

153: Influence of the History of Science upon Intellectual Education / by William Whewell, 1854

154: Petroglyphs in British Columbia / C.F. Newcombe, 1907

155: The Log Shanty Book-Shelf for 1898: The Pioneer's Predecessor, the Red Man of North and South America / 1898

156: Poems composed by Mrs. Sarah Davidson McPherson, Peterborough, Ontario Canada / 1913

157: The Peacemaker / by James E. Le Rossignol, n.d.

158: Winter Ascending / by Dorothy Livesay, n.d.

159: The Otonabee School / by Alec Lucas, M.B.M. Monograph Series Number One, 1977

160: Digest of the Rulings of the Speakers of the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1869 to 1919 / compiled by Direction of Hon. J.E. Hetheringon, 1920

161: The Hudson Bay Route: Western Canada's Short Outlet to the Markets of the World: Progress and Possibilities, No.1 / 1928

162: L'Eveil de la Race: Un Épisode de la Resistance - Franco-Ontarienne (Pembroke, 1923-1927) / by Alfred Longpre, 1930

163: Two Addresses by Rt. Hon. Robert Gordon Menzies, Prime Minister of Australia / Ottawa, 7th May, 1941

164: Am I My Brother's Keeper? / by M.J. Coldwell, CCF National Office, [1948]

165: The Conspiracy Against the Members of Local 598: Opening Argument: Malcolm Robb / [1962]

166: It's Up to You: How You Can Be an Active Citizen Through the CCF / by Grace MacInnis, [1964]

167: Les Histoires de M. Sulte: Protestation / by J.C. Taché, 1883

168: Report of E.B. Borron, Stipendiary Magistrate, on the Part of the Basin of Hudson's Bay Belonging to the Province of Ontario / 1884

169: Report of E.B. Borron, Esq., Stipendiary Magistrate, on the Part of the Basin of Hudson's Bay Belonging to the Province of Ontario / 1885

170: Le Patriotisme par Mgr Laflèche: Faits Sociaux / (L'École Sociale Populaire No. 124, Publication Mensuelle), [1924]

171: Manitoba and North West Territories: Letters / by James Trow, M.P., 1878

172: Imperial Federation League in Canada: Report of the First Meetings of the League in Canada, Held in Montréal, Saturday, 9th May, 1885 / [1885]

173: Provincial Politics: Hon. Oliver Mowat, to His Constituents, Tavistock, January 15th, 1890… / 1890

174: Toronto Water Works: Report on Proposed Enlargement and Improvements / by E.H. Keating / 1893

175: Hostilite Démasquée: Territoires du Nord-Ouest, Ordonnance Scolaire No. 22 De 1892 et ses Néfastes Conséquences / by Reverend Père H. Leduc, 1896

176: The Machinery of Government / by The Hon. J.S. McLennan, The Senate, march 20th, 1919

177: Le Pays, le Parti et le Grand Homme / 1882

178: An Autobiographical Sketch / by Captain Charles Rubidge, Peterborough, 1870
For a digital copy, see: https://archive.org/details/autobiographical00capt .

179: Dominion Houses of Parliament, Ottawa: A Dominion Series View Book / [1920]

180: Record of the Celebration of the Centenary of the Talbot Settlement Held in the Year of Our Lord 1903 / The Elgin Historical and Scientific Institute, 1910

181: All Along the River / by Mrs. R.F. McWilliams, Winnipeg, 1930

182: W.M.B. Echoes of the Millbrook Continuation School Literary Society / Vol.I, Nov. 5, 1919; Vol.II, Jan. 14, 1920; Vol.III, March 10, 1920 (three volumes in one; first edition)

183: History of Gibson Reserve / as compiled by Philip Laforce, Bracebridge Gazette Scribe, n.d.

184: The Hospital and the Lamp / Oshawa General Hospital, Oshawa, Ontario, 1956

185: Times Gone By / Dyson & Freeborn (re: Downeyville, Cambray, Kirkfield and Cameron, Ontario), n.d.

186: Early Days in Marysburgh / by Pat Elson, 1976

187: 50 Years an Editor: Series of Installments / by Lindley B. Calnan, Managing Editor, The Picton Gazette, Picton, Ontario, [1971]

188: Secret Confession to the Priest Exposed / by Margaret L. Shepherd, Brockville, 1892

189: Heaven: Where and What? / by Mrs. Blanche (Read) Johnston, Barrie, Ontario, [1904]

190: L'Eglise et l'Éducation au Canada: Précis Historico-Juridique / 1909

191: Petit Catechisme Electoral: A l'Usage du Peuple / Le Père M.A. Lamarche, Saint-Hyacinthe, 1916

192: Pioneers in Methodism in Orillia 1832-1924 / compiled by Mrs. Wm. Todd, 1924

193: Driving Out the Money Changers / broadcast by Rev. Charles E. Coughlin, Detroit, Michigan, 1933

194: Trifluviennes: 1634 - 1934, Les Trois-Rivières / [1934]

195: Eastern Pentecostal Bible College: The 25th Class Torch 1966 / Peterborough, Ontario

196: St. Paul's Church, Peterborough: Annual Reports for the Year Ending 31st December 1896

197: By-Laws, Rules and Regulations of the Peterborough Water Commissioners / adopted and passed April 2nd, 1904 (2 copies)

198: City of Peterborough Building By-Law No. 2404 / passed 8th May, 1922

199: A By-Law to Provide for Government of the Fire Department of the City of Peterborough: By-Law Number 1620 / 1911

200: By-Law Providing for the Government of the Fire Department of the City of Peterborough / 1907 (Note: includes a loose insertion)

201: Municipal Debt Statistics of the Principal Cities and Towns in Canada / 1905

202: Constitution and By-Laws of the Canadian General Electric Company, Peterborough: Employees' Mutual Benefit Society / 1903 (Note: includes loose insertion entitled "Suggested Amendments to By-Laws of C.G.E. Benevolent Society")

203: Plumbing By-Law of the City of Peterborough: By-Law No. 2299 / passed October the 4th, 1920

204: Plumbing By-Law of the City of Peterborough: By-Law No. 1147 / passed May 16th, 1905

205: By-Law No. 1616 of the City of the Corporation of the City of Peterborough to Regulate the Granting of Licenses to Milk Vendors / passed the 27th day of June, 1911 (Note: includes loose insertion, i.e. a petition)

206: By-Law Number 1163: A By-Law to Regulate the Exposure of Food Stuffs in the Town of Peterborough / passed the 19th day of June, 1905

207: Town of Peterborough, Province of Ontario: Report on Proposed System of Sewerage / by Alan MacDougall, 1892

208: The Official Law List / edited by H.R. Hardy, 1890 (published under the authority of the Law Society of Upper Canada)

209: Peterborough Utilities Commission: By-Laws and Rates of the Water Works Department / 1921 (Note: includes loose insertion)

210: Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the Peterborough Law Association with an Index of Subjects / compiled 1919

211: Rules of Order of the Municipal Council of the Town of Peterborough / passed the 8th day of March, 1886

212: A Digest of the Statutes of the Late Province of Canada, and of the Statutes and Certain Proclamations of the Province of Ontario, Relating to the Town of Peterborough, 1847-1901 / compiled by William Henry Moore

213: A By-Law to Regulate the Owners of Trucks and Carts: By-Law No. Three of the Police Commissioners of the City of Peterborough / 1906

214: A By-Law Relative to Cabs and Other Vehicles: By-Law No. Two of the Police Commissioners of the City of Peterborough / 1906

215: By-Law No. 612: The Building By-Law of the Town of Peterborough / passed August 11th, 1890

216: A By-Law to Request the City Trust Commissioners to Erect a Rest Room and Lavatory on the Market Square [Peterborough] / 1929

217: A By-Law to License and Regulate Second-Hand Shops: By-Law No. One of the Police Commissioners of the City of Peterborough / 1906

218: By-Laws and Contracts of the Town of Peterborough Relating to The Peterborough Water Company / [1887]

219: The Consolidated By-Laws of the Municipal Council of the County of Peterborough / 1900

220: The Consolidated By-Laws of the Municipal Council of the United Counties of Peterborough and Victoria / 1862

221: The Orange Pole and Papist White Boy: A Wonderful Retribution / dedicated to the Orangemen of Canada, by Erinensis, 1871

222: Orange Directory for County of Peel 1930: Orange Centenary Year 1830-1930 / [1930]

223: History of the Orange Association in the Dominion of Canada, No. 1, One Man's Loyalty: Background of First Grand Master Ogle R. Gowan, Rebellion Echoes, When Orange and Green United, Annexation Squabbles, 1830 / 1953

224: The Sentinel Orange and Patriotic Song Book / n.d. (Note: includes 2 copies of loose insertion entitled "Religious Liberty in Quebec. Is it Menaced?")

225: The One Hundred and Thirty-Second Annual Report of the Grand Orange Lodge of British America / 1962

226: Eightieth Annual Report of the Loyal Orange Grand Lodge, Province of Ontario East: Report of Proceedings, Sessions Held in the Town Hall, Lindsay, April 12th and 13th, 1939

227: Ninety-Eighth Annual Report of the Loyal Orange Grand Lodge, Province of Ontario East: Report of Proceedings, Sessions Held in the Town of Brockville, April 10th and 11th, 1957

228: One Hundredth Annual Report of the Loyal Orange Grand Lodge, Province of Ontario East: Report of Proceedings Held in the Town of Napanee, April 15th and 16th, 1959

229: The Lake Temiscamingue District, Province of Ontario, Canada: A Description of Its Soil… Information Pertaining to the Sale of Public Lands / by C.C. Farr, 1893

230: Diamond Jubilee Report 1946-1947 / Lyceum Club and Women's Art Association of Canada, Toronto, [1947] (Note: includes loosely inserted newspaper clipping about Mrs. Dignam, n.d.)

231: The Undergraduate 1936 / Vol. VI, No. 1, 1936 (published by The University College Literary and Athletic Society and The Women's Undergraduate Association [Toronto])

232: The Green Tree / by J. Patrick Byrne, 1940

233: Observer / by J. Patrick Byrne, 1940

234: Alien / by J. Patrick Byrne, 1941

235: From the Balcony and Other Poems / by Kate Seymour MacLean, 1904

236: Follow the Gleam: A Centennial History of St. Andrew's United Church, Millbrook, Ontario, [1982] (donated by Quentin Brown / Friends of the Bata Library, 2004)

237: Ontario Agricultural College 1874-1947: Semi-Centennial of the College, June 1924 / [1924]

238: [Massey-Ferguson] 1847-1972: Heritage, One Hundred and Twenty-Fifth Year / [1972]

239: A Sketch History of Hunter Rose 1860-1960 / Toronto, [1960]

240: Ethnographic Filming and the Netsilik Eskimos / by Asen Balikci and Quentin Brown / 1966

241: The Canadian Exhibitor / [1886] (Note: includes article about Peterborough)

242: Journal of Education for Upper Canada / Toronto, Vol. III, No. 11, November 1850

243: Quebec Gazette / Thursday, December 1791 (Note: consists of one article only entitled "Alured Clarke. George the Third" in both French and English)

244: The Shoshonees Illustrated Almanac for 1873 / published by J.C. Chamberlain, Conway, Ontario

245: Prize Winning Recipes: Quaker Natural Bran / The Quaker Oats Company, Peterborough - Saskatoon, Canada, n.d.

246: Norwood Fair Prize List / Norwood, Ontario, October 5, 6 & 8, 1962

247: Norwood Fair Prize List / Norwood, Ontario, October 11, 12 & 14, 1963

248: Norwood Fair Prize List / Norwood, Ontario, October 9, 10 & 12, 1964

249: Norwood Fair Prize List / Norwood, Ontario, October 7, 8 and 10, 1966

250: Norwood Fair Centennial 1867-1967 / Norwood, Ontario, October 6, 7 and 9, 1967

251: Norwood Fair Prize List / Norwood, Ontario, October 11, 12, 14, 1968

252: Norwood Fair Prize List / Norwood, Ontario, October 8, 9, 10, 1977

253: Norwood Fall Fair / Norwood, Ontario, October 6, 7, 8, [1979]

254: Peterborough Exhibition 1984 Prize List

255: Millbrook Frontier Week: 10 Big Days / June 8 to 17, [19--]

256: Millbrook Agricultural Society: 126th Annual Spring Fair / Exhibition Grounds, Millbrook, Ontario, June 21st, 1975

257: Millbrook Agricultural Society: 128th Annual Spring Fair / Exhibition Grounds, Millbrook, Ontario, June 10, 11, 12, 1977

258: Millbrook Agricultural Society: 130th Annual Spring Fair / Exhibition Grounds, Millbrook, Ontario, June 8, 9, 10, 1979

259: 133rd Millbrook Fair, June 11, 12, 13, [1982] / Millbrook, Ontario

260: 137th Millbrook Fair, June 13, 14, 15, [1986] / Millbrook, Ontario

261: Stepping Out: A Guide to Walking Routes in Peterborough / [199-]

262: Equipment for the Trail / published by the Greb Hiking Bureau, n.d. (2 copies)

263: Footcare for the Trail / published by the Greb Hiking Bureau, n.d.

264: Hiking Trails in Canada / published by the Greb Hiking Bureau, 1965

265: Peterborough Kiwanis 33rd Music Festival: Official Programme April 17-28, 1979

266: Statement of Presbyterian Church Association to all Presbyterians… / Toronto, August 1st, 1924

267: "Bishop" Peters / by A.H. Young, [1923]

268: Trinity College: A Causerie delivered in the Convocation Hall of the Old College, on Saturday Afternoon, March 14th, 1925 / by A.H. Young

269: From the Auction Block of Slavery to the Rostrum of Quaker Ministry: The Life of William Allan, the Negro Missionary Preacher of the Society of Friends / [Aurora, Ontario, 1938]

270: Some Notes on the Clergy of the Church of England in Upper Canada Prior to 1840 / by J.J. Talman, 1938

271: 14-15 George V., Chap. 100: An Act Incorporating the United Church of Canada / assented to 19th July, 1924

272: Peterborough Pollution Control Plan: 1988 Progress Report / City of Peterborough

273: The Task Force on Sustainable Development for the Peterborough Area: Report / [198?]

274: Mao Tse-Tung on Art and Literature / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

275: Mao Tse-Tung: Problems of War and Strategy / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

276: Mao Tse-Tung on Coalition Government / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

277: Mao Tse-Tung: The Chinese Revolution and the Chinese Communist Party / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

278: Mao Tse-Tung on Practice / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

279: A Comment on the Statement of the Communist Party of the U.S.A. / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

280: Peaceful Coexistence - Two Diametrically Opposed Policies: Comment on the Open Letter of the Central Committee of the CPSU (VI) / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

281: The Leaders of the CPSU are the Greatest Splitters of Our Times: Comment on the Open Letter of the Central Committee of the CPSU (VII) / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1964

282: Apologist of Neo-Colonialism: Comment on the Open Letter of the Central Committee of the CPSU (IV) / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

283: Seven Letters Exchanged Between the Central Committees of the Communist Party of China and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1964

284: On Khrushchov's Phoney Communism and its Historical Lessons for the World: Comment on the Open Letter of the Central Committee of the CPSU (IX) / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1964

285: Is Yugoslavia a Socialist Country?: Comment on the Open Letter of the Central Committee of the CPSU (III) / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

286: Leninism and Modern Revisionism / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

287: Whence the Differences?: A Reply to Thorez and Other Comrades / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

288: The Differences Between Comrade Togliatti and Us / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

289: Workers of all Countries Unite, Oppose Our Common Enemy / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1962

290: Let Us Unite on the Basis of the Moscow Declaration and the Moscow Statement / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

291: A Mirror for Revisionists / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

292: The Path of Socialist Literature and Art in China / by Chou Yang, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

293: Raise Higher the Banner of Mao Tse-Tung's Thought on Art and Literature / by Liin Mo-Han, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1961

294: The Great Unity of the Chinese People and the Great Unity of the Peoples of the World / by Teng Hsiao-Ping, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1959

295: A Proposal Concerning the General Line of the International Communist Movement / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1963

296: The Whole Party and the Whole People Go in for Agriculture in a Big Way / by Liao Lu-Yen, Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

297: The Agrarian Reform Law of the People's Republic of China and Other Relevant Documents / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1959

298: National Programme for Agricultural Development, 1956-1967 / Foreign Languages Press, Peking, 1960

299: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part II, 1832

300: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part IV, 1833

301: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part V, 1833

302: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part VI, 1833

303: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part VII, 1833

304: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part VIII, 1833

305: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part IX, 1833

306: Portraits of the Principal Female Characters in the Waverley Novels / London, Part X, 1833

307: Speak Truth to Power: A Quaker Search for an Alternative to Violence / A Study of International Conflict prepared for the American Friends Service Committee, 1962

308: Questions and Answers on The Spread of Nuclear Weapons / by Arthur Larson, 1968

309: Give Me Water: Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki / A Citizens' Group to Convey Testimonies of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, n.d. (2 copies)

310: The Case for a Nuclear Moratorium / An Environmental Action Foundation Publication, 1973

311: America's Political Prisoners in South Vietnam: A "White Paper" on the Total Suppression of All Political Dissent by the Government of South Vietnam / prepared and published by the Fellowship of Reconciliation, [1969]

312: Residential Desegregation: The Church's New Frontier / 1958

313: Canadian Military Sales to the U.S.A. / by George W. Strong, 1968 (2 copies)

314: Peace, War and the Christian Conscience / by Joseph J. Fahey, n.d.

315: Anti Personnel Weapons in Vietnam / n.d.

316: Christian Values in Industry / 1961

317: Strong and Free: A Response to the War Measures Act / 1970

318: Saints for This Age / by A.J. Muste / Pendle Hill Pamphlet No.124, 1962

319: Important Dates in Canadian International Development Cooperation: Celebration 20/20, 20 Years of Voluntary Sector and Government Partnership in International Development, Ottawa, October 25, 1988

320: What are Your Problems? / by H.H. Remmers and C.G. Hackett, 1951

321: Glorious Daughters of Viet Nam: Reports of Delegates at the 4th Congress of Vietnamese Women / Vol.II, published by Viet Nam Women's Union, Hanoi, 1975

322: Danger and Opportunity / by James P. Warburg, [195-]

323: "Unwise and Untimely": A Letter from Eight Alabama Clergymen to Martin Luther King Jr. and His Reply to Them on Order and Common Sense, the Law and Justice, Nonviolence and Love / 1963

324: Speeches by The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. About the War in Vietnam / [1967]

325: A Christian Approach to War / New York, n.d.

326: The Military Balance 1968-1969 / London, 1968

327: To Make War or Make Peace in the Middle East: Selections from an International Symposium / Tel Aviv, 1969

328: A Path Toward… World Law and World Order: Proposal for United Nations Reform / by Arnold Simoni, 1966

329: Towards a Coalition for Development: Strategy Committee Report to Canadian Council of Churches, Canadian Catholic Conference and All Concerned Canadians (Poverty & Conscience: A Christian Response) / May 1969

330: The Arab Refugees: A Tragic Human and Political Problem / by Musa Mazzawi, 1968

331: The Limits of Nuclear War: Thinking About the Do-Able and the Un-Do-Able / by Paul Ramsey, 1963

332: Chemical and Biological Warfare / Scientist and Citizen: A Special Issue, Vol.9, No.7, August-September, 1967

333: Hostages of War: Saigon's Political Prisoners / Holmes Brown and Don Luce, 1973

334: Between Glory and Disaster: The Vanity of Humanism / The Nation, December 29, 1969

335: Attitudes for a Nuclear Age / University of British Columbia, 1963

336: Viet-Nam: What Kind of Peace?: Documents and Analysis of the 1973 Paris Agreement on Viet-Nam / Indochina Resource Centre, 1973

337: Now is the Time to Prevent a Third World War / by Kirby Page, 1946

338: Handbook on Christian Education in the Inner City / Lester W. McManis, 1966

339: Weapons for Counterinsurgency: Chemical/Biological Anti-Personnel Incendiary / Local Research Action Guide No.1, NARMIC,1970

340: World Military Expenditures and Arms Trade 1963-1973 / U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, [1973]

341: Co-Operation for Development / UNDP, 1986

342: Canada & Africa: Common Cause / by Members of the Group of 78, n.d.

343: Chu Tich Ho Chi Minh (translation: President Ho Chi Minh) / 40 photographs of Ho Chi Minh, 26 cm x 37 cm, n.d. (located loose on shelf after Pamphlet Box #307 - #342)

344: 100 Great Chinese Posters: Recent Examples of "the Peoples Art" from The People's Republic of China / Stewart E. Fraser, 1977 (located loose on shelf after Pamphlet Box #307 - #342)

345: Development Education Viewpoints: Towards a Transformed World II / A Cooperative Project of Development Centre & Development and Peace, Canada, n.d.

346: Better Life Technologies for the Poor / by F.A. Ryan, 1987

347: My Home Land / by Giang Nam, South Viet Nam, 1975

348: German Reality: Documentation on the Division of Germany and the Relations Between the Two German States / 1968

349: Manual for Draft-Age Immigrants to Canada / Summer 1970, Fifth Edition

350: Texts Prepared for Conference on The Survival of Canada and the Christian Church / by Gregory Baum et al, February 23-25, 1973

351: Imprisonment and Torture in South Vietnam / by Pham Tam, [1969]

352: Peace by Finesse: A Proposal for Developing a Positive Peace Program / by Joseph W. Still, 1963

353: New China As We Saw It / by Homer G. Brown and Muriel J. Brown, 1955

354: Whose Land is Palestine?: The Middle East Problem in Historical Perspective / a study paper by Frank H. Epp, 1969

355: Human Rights and Christian Responsibility / Commission of the Churches on International Affairs of The World Council of Churches, 1974

356: Sisters at the Borders: "This is How it Works": Women Maquila Workers in Mexico / by Rachael Kamel, [198-]

357: Facts for Fallacies: Answers to Current Questions About the United Nations / [196-]

358: Peace on Earth (Pacem in Terris: Pope John's Great Tribute to the Dignity of Men of All Faiths is Here Illuminated by the World's Finest Photographers) / 1964

359: Draft Additional Protocols to the Geneva Conventions of August 12, 1949 / International Committee of the Red Cross, Geneva, June 1973

360: Canadian Students in Cuba / Union Labor, 1965

361: The Cuban Revolution and the Peasantry / Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Cuba, [1965]

362: In Defense of the Cuban Revolution: An Answer to the State Department and Theodore Draper / by Joseph Hansen, 1961

363: "Our Line is the Line of Consistent Anti-Imperialism" / a speech by Fidel Castro, 1963

364: Castro Speaks on Unemployment / Young Socialist Forum, New York, 1961

365: Fidel Castro: Declaration of Santiago / Fair Play for Cuba Committee, Toronto, 1964

366: Fidel Castro's Tribute to Che Guevara / 1967

367: A New Stage in the Advance of Cuban Socialism / by Fidel Castro, 1968

368: Cuba Confronts the Future: Five Years of the Revolution / a speech by Fidel Castro, 1964

369: Fidel Castro Denounces Sectarianism / Republic of Cuba Ministry of Foreign Relations, 1962 (Political Documents 2)

370: Second Declaration of Hauana: From the People of Cuba to the Peoples of America and of the World / [1962]

371: Division in the Face of the Enemy was Never a Revolutionary or Intelligent Strategy / a speech by Fidel Castro, 1965

372: Those Who Are Not Revolutionary Fighters Cannot be Called Communists / a speech by Fidel Castro, 1967

373: Land Settlement in New Ontario / prepared under the direction of Hon. E.J. Davis, Commissioner of Crown Lands, 1901

374: The Rainy River District, Province of Ontario, Canada / compiled by Frank Yeigh of the Department of Crown Lands, 1894

375: Our Northern Districts: Eastern Algoma, North Nipissing, Rainy River and the Temiscaming Settlement / prepared under instructions from Hon. A.S. Hardy, Commissioner of Crown Lands, 1894

376: Northern Districts of Ontario, Canada: Nipissing, Algoma, Temiscaming, Wabigoon, Rainy River / prepared under instructions from Hon. J.M. Gibson, Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontario, Fourth Edition, 1897

377: Au Nord. Brochure Accompagnée d'une Carte Geographique des Cantons a Coloniser / Publiée sous les auspices des Sociétés de Colonisation, 1883

378: A Silver Jubilee Salute to Her Majesty the Queen. An Exhibition at City Hall, Ottawa, 17 October - 4 November 1977

379: The Quebec Battlefields: An Appeal / …Quebec Battlefields Association, 1908

380: The North-West Passage, 1940-1942 and 1944: The Famous Voyages of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Schooner "St. Roch" / by permission of the Commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, 1948

381: Planning for a Sustainable Economy / Kai N. Lee, Trent University, Bank of Montréal Visitor Program, February 15, 1995

382: Canada in a Transforming World Economy / by Sylvia Ostry, Trent University, Bank of Montréal Distinguished Visitor Program, February 5, 1992

383: The Chair / Michael Cullen, 1996

384: Constitution and By-Laws / The Peterborough Club, 1873-1974, amended to August 1, 1974

385: A Delightful Route: Rice Lake and its Environs / Times Job Presses, Peterborough, Season 1898

386: University of Toronto, 1827-1927: The First One Hundred Years / Toronto, October, 1927

387: Canadian Eskimo Art / The Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources, 1954 (Note: photograph of a carving, and paper entitled "Whale Bone Carvings" loosely inserted)

388: Richesse Nationale - Richesse Culturelle / L'Association Canadienne des Pâtes et Papiers, 1956

389: Musical Instruments / ROM Chart, 1970

(Note: Pamphlets 390-402 were donated by Ross Irwin)

390: Irwin Inn: Stoney Lake's finest resort since 1947

391: Bobcaygeon: The Hub of the Kawarthas

392: Presbyterian Church, Woodville: Jubilee Memorial Souvenir, 1849-1909

393: The Village of Lakefield, Ontario

394: Greater Downtown Lindsay: Business & Service Directory, 1992

395: The United Church of Canada Manilla Congregation: One Hundredth Anniversary, 1869-1969

396: Knox Presbyterian Church, Woodville, Ont.: One Hundredth Anniversary, 1849-1949

397: Woodville United Church, Woodville, Ontario: 100th Anniversary, 1872-1972

398: 100 Years with Pleasant Point (Mariposa) Church, 1877-1977 / by Eunice M. Nicholls

399: The Memorial Windows: Oakwood United Church, Oakwood, Ontario / Ross W. Irwin, 1994

400: The City and County of Peterborough Past and Present / prepared by The Peterborough Historical Society, 1968

401: The City and County of Peterborough Past and Present / prepared by The Historical Society of the City and County of Peterborough, 1960; Mariposa Agricultural Society Centennial, 1848-1948: Dedication of Memorial Entrance, September 18, 1956; The Centennial History of Eden Church and Sunday School, 1855-1955; The 125th Anniversary of the Little Britain United Church of Canada, 1839-1964; The Founding of Kirkfield, Ont. / by A.F. Hunter (Ontario Historical Society, Vol. XVI, 1918); Reminiscences of the Highland Pioneers in Eldon, Victoria County / by Hugh Ray (Ontario Historical Society, Vol. XXIV, 1927)

402: Ops Township: "Land of Plenty", Sept. 1992

403: The Autobiography of David Livingstone and extracts referring to his three journeys, discoveries and influence / reprinted by Hamilton Advertiser Limited, n.d.; included is an original letter written to John Gilmurray, Peterborough, Ontario, from Laura [ ], December 2000, concerning a possible family relationship with David Livingstone (received from John Gilmurray, March 2001)

404: Ontario Birds: Journal of the Ontario Field Ornithologists, Vol.16 No.2 August 1998 (contains an article by Doug Sadler)

405: The Eclipse / first edition July 1997 (contains articles by Doug Sadler)

406: Algoma and North-West Colportage Mission Scripture ABC book. Ojibway/English. n.d. CIHM SERIES NO. 26406

407: 125 Years After: Being the History of Events in Orillia, Which Led Up to the St. Paul's Pastoral Charge of Today / n.d.

408: Bathurst School Case: The Judgment of His Honour, Mr. Justice Barker, Delivered in the Supreme Court in Equity of New Brunswick, 17 March, 1896 / St. John, N.B.: J.A. McMillan, n.d.

409: Board of Trade of the City of Toronto: The Short Line Railway over the Portage from Toronto to Georgian Bay, 1900. CIHM SERIES NO. 07298

410: Canada and Great Britain: Report of Erastus Wiman on the Congress of the Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, held in London, June 1892. CIHM SERIES NO. 25988

411: Catalogue of the Exhibitions of the Canadian Society of Graphic Art, The Canadian Society of…. by J.M.W. Turner / Toronto: Brigdens Limited, 1926

412: Catalogue of the Fifty-Ninth Annual Exhibition of the Ontario Society of Artists and Contemporary French Prints / Toronto: Art Gallery of Toronto, 1931

413: Catalogue of the Ontario Society of Artists Fifty-Fourth Annual Exhibition / Toronto: Art Gallery of Toronto, 1926

414: Canada to the United States: Four International Broadcasts, by Leonard W. Brockinton / Ottawa: Director of Public Information…, 1941

415: Colportage in Canada: An Address of the Upper Canada Tract Society, to Which is Added, a Report of the Convention of Colporteurs, held in Toronto, September, 1854. CIHM SERIES NO. 42142

416: Comparative Statement of Distances (Land and Marine) Between Montréal…Liverpool; Gaspesia Railway Co. of Canada / Montréal: Commercial Printing House, [1893]

417: The Cross of Freedom / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Heritage Resources Branch, 1984

418: Display Building Number 11 Brandon / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Heritage Resources Branch, 1984

419: Écoles Neutres et Programmes Scolaires. Conference donnée par sa Grandeur Monseigneur Arthur Beliveau…sous les auspices de l'Union Canadienne de Saint Boniface. Le 30 Novembre, 1919 / Saint Boniface, Manitoba: Le Comte de Propagande La Verendrye de 1' A.C.J.C.

420: Esquisse sur la Gaspesie; par J.C. Langelier / Levis: Mercier & Cie., 1884 CIHM SERIES NO. 02190

421: First Book of Reading Lessons Part 1; authorized by the council of Public Instruction for Ontario / Montréal: Robert Miller [1867] (Canadian series of School Books) CIHM SERIES NO 33709, Canada Pub. Co. [1867?] , CIHM SERIES NO. 64257, J. Campbell, 1868, CIHM SERIES NO. 68105, R. McPhail, [1867?]

422: Georges-Antoine Belcourt / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Direction des Ressources Historiques, 1984

423: Georges-Antoine Belcourt / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Heritage Resources Branch, 1984

424: Government House / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Historic Resources Branch, 1984

425: Huit Poèmes Canadiens (en Anglais) par A.M. Klien / Montréal: The Author, 1948

426: Isbister School, Winnipeg / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Historic Resources Branch, 1984

427: Lillian Beynon Thomas / Winnipeg, Manitoba: Heritage Resources Branch, 1983

428: Manitoba's Boundaries / Winnipeg, Manitoba: Heritage Resources Branch 1983

429: Ontario Jockey Club, Woodbine Track, Toronto Ontario. Spring Meeting 1897; Official Card.

430: Our Forest Trees by Mrs. Trail (inscribed "from Rose Belford's Canadian Monthly a National Review, Dec. 1878; slip of paper inserted "send to Peterman")

431: Pierre Falcon / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Historic Resources Branch, 1984

432: Pascal Breland / [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Direction des Ressources Historiques, 1984

433: Paterson / Matheson House, Brandon/ [Winnipeg], Manitoba: Historic Resources Branch, 1984

434: Our Volunteer Army: Facts and Figures….;a compilation of articles which have appeared in "La Presse" Montréal…with the compliments of this newspaper, December 14, 1916

435: The Sea, Ships and Men; by Officers of the Naval Directorate of Naval Information…/ Toronto: The Navey League of Canada, [1936]

436: Ships Mean Security; by Commander William Strange…. / Toronto: The Navy League of Canada, [1945]

437: Seven Oaks House / [Winnipeg] Manitoba: Historic Resources Branch, 1983

438: Synopsis of Lectures on Manitoba and the North West delivered by Rev. John Maclean, PH. D., to the Methodist Young People's School / Victoria College: July 19th to 29th, 1902 (Forward movement for Missions series, No. 4)

439: Twenty-fourth Annual Exhibition…of the…Ontario Society of Artists Catalogue…oil paintings, water colours…. / Toronto: May 5th, 1896 (mail job print)

440: Through the Ages in the Swan River Valley / Winnipeg, Manitoba: Historic Resources Branch, 1984

441: University of Toronto (The Provincial University of Ontario) A Brief Outline of its History and its Administration; with illustrations of twenty-five of the University buildings / Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1924

442: The Way Out: A Second Address on the Canadian Railway Situation; by E.W. Beatty; delivered before the Canadian Club / Winnipeg, 1933

443: William Sword Frost: An Appreciation by George Bryan Curran reprinted from the Orillia [sic] News Letter, Oct. 30, 1935

444: The Big Idea by C.H. Douglas/ Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications, Limited, n.d.

445: Aberhart & Manning: A Contemporary Account of the Life of the Late Premier of Alberta…/ Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, 1943

446: An Approach to Reality by C.H. Douglas…/ Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, 1936

447: Canada and the VII World Congress of the Communist International: Outline of the Study of the Decisions of the 7th Congress…Canada/ Toronto: Communist Party of Canada, [1935, 1936?]

448: Direct Legislation or the Initiative and Referendum: What is it and Why we need it; by Robert L. Scott / Winnipeg: Issued by the Manitoba Federation for Direct Legislation, [1910]

449: Emigration to Canada; The Province of Ontario; its soil, climate, resources, institutions…for the information of intending emigrants; issued by authority of the Government of Ontario/ Toronto: Hunter, Rose & Co., 1869 CIHM NO. 35816, 1874 CIHM NO. 32299, 1889, CIHM NO. 32264, 1871

450: Disarmament Means Peace; by Tim Buck / Toronto: Progress Books, 1959

451: The Douglas Theory; a reply to Mr. J.A. Hobson by Major C.H. Douglas / London: Cecil Palmer, n.d.

452: The Fig Tree; a Douglas Social Credit Quarterly Review vol. 1 no. 4 (new series) March 1955; "Whose Service is Perfect Freedom?" by C.H. Douglas with…. / London: K.R.P. Publications Limited, n.d.

453: French and English, Frictions and Misunderstanding: A few Reflexions [sic] a propos of the Morality Contest; by Henri Bourassa…/ Montréal: [Le Devoir, 1914]

454: Full Employment in a Free Society A Summary; by Sir William Beveridge / London: published jointly by The New Statesman and Nation and Reynolds News, Nov. 1944

455: Labour and the New Social Order: A Report on Reconstruction / London: The Labour Party, National Labour Press Ltd., Jan 1st 1918

456: How Alberta is Fighting Finance, "What Alberta Makes, Makes Alberta" / London: K.R.P. Publications Limited, n.d.

457: Labor [sic] - Farmer Political Action; by Leslie Morris, 4th printing / Toronto: Progress Books, Jan. 1959

458: Labour Responsibilities in Wartime; an address delivered before the Trades and Labor [sic] Congress of Canada, Winnipeg. Aug. 25th 1942; by Elliot M. Little / Ottawa: Department of Labour, n.d.

459: The "Land For the (Chosen) People" Racket; by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, n.d.

460: Lenin on Engles on the 4th Anniversary of Engles' Death / New York: International Publishers Co. Inc., 1935

461: The Menace to Canada; a series of articles from the Canadian Statesman, Bowmanville, Ontario, [1943]

462: National Liberal Convention, 1948: address by the Right Honourable W.L. MacKenzie King…/ Ottawa: The National Liberal Federation of Canada, 1948

463: Liberal Plans and You; by Leslie Morris / Toronto: Progress Books, July 1963

464: New Jobs Through New Markets: How the Cold War Causes Unemployment; by Leslie Morris / Toronto: published by Progress Books for the Communist Party of Canada, 1948

465: The Persecution of E.D. Morel: The Story of His Trial and Imprisonment; with an introduction by Sir D.M. Stevenson and a prefatory note by Thomas Johnston / Glascow: Reformer's Bookstall limited, n.d. (Reformer's Series no. 26)

466: Crisis on the Railways: The Case for a Publicly Owned Transportation System; rail, road, air, water and pipeline; forward by Leslie Morris / Toronto: Communist Party of Canada, 1963

467: Current Affairs for the Canadian Forces vol. 2 no. 12 June 15 1952; The Middle East; by R.M. Saunders/ Ottawa: Bureau of Current Affairs, Department of National Defence, 1952

468: Communists and the New Party / Toronto: Progress Books, April 1961

469: The Communities of Tolstoyans and Their Significance for the Cooperative Community Movement of Today; by Henri Lassere…R.C.C.C. Pamphlet no. 2 / Toronto: Rural Cooperative Community Council and Canadian Fellowship for Cooperative Communities, 1944

470: Conservation Illustrated; edited by A.R. Whittemore and Mary Light, 3rd edition / Toronto: Canadian Nature Magazine, 1947

471: Realistic Constitutionalism; by C.H. Douglas / [Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited?] 1947

472: The Realistic Position of the Church of England; by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, 1948

473: Poverty and Plenty: The True National Dividend; the pros and cons of national credit; by W.R. Lester / London: Hogarth Press, 1935 day to day Pamphlets no. 26)

474: Power: The Key to the Future; by Tim Buck / Toronto: published for the Communist Party by Progress Books, 1963

475: Programme for the Third World War; by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, n.d.

476: Progressive Conservative Party; Ready Reference Handbook / Toronto: Noble Scott Co. Limited, n.d.

477: The Policy of a Philosophy; by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, [1937?]

478: Reconstruction: The Glasgow Evening Times; articles of May 1932 on Social Credit; by Major C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Limited, 1943

479: Reconstruction Problems; Ministry of Reconstruction / London: published by His Majesty's Stationary Office, 1919 no 10: London Conditions and Adult Education (2 copies) no 13: Rural Industries no. 18: Industrial Councils: The Whitley Scheme no 21: The Classics in British Education (stamped) no. 22: Domestic Service (stamped)

480: The Romance of St. Paul's, Orillia; The United Church of Canada 1832-centenary celebration-1932; by William Sword Frost / Orillia Official Board, St. Paul's Church, Orillia, 1932 (3 Copies: one inscribed "To my Dearest Son Leslie Miscampbell Frost from Dad, Lockbrae, Orillia, July 17 1932" and another is inscribed "My Dearest Son Cecil Grey Frost from Dad…[both inscribed copies are missing the photo on the front cover])

481: Canadian Affairs, Canadian Edition, vol. 1 no. 8 May 1, 1944: Canada's Constitution; by I. Norman Smith / Ottawa: Edmund Cloutier, Printer to His Majesty…. 1944

482: The Romance of St. Paul's, Orillia; The United Church of Canada Centenary Celebration 1832-1932; by William Sword Frost / Orillia, Official Board, St. Paul's Church, 1932 (cover and paper differ from above editions)

483: Security: Institutional and Personal by C.H. Douglas; an address delivered in the City Hall, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, on 9th March, 1837 / Liverpool; K.R.P. Publications Limited, 1945

484: Social Credit: A Critical Analysis; by C.W. Peterson / Calgary, Alta.: Published by the author, Graphic Arts Building, 1937

485: Social Credit; An Examination; by Prof. Robert Corkey / Belfast: Printed at "The Witness" Office, n.d.

486: The Social Credit Business; S. Evelyn Thomas / London: Simpkin Marshall Ltd., n.d.

487: The Social Credit Secretariat Statement of Constitution / London: K.R.P. Publications Limited, c1949, revised 1956

488: Souvenir Booklet: Ontario Progressive Conservative Convention, April 25-27 1949: presented on behalf of Kelso Roberts, K.C. Candidate for Leadership / Toronto: 1949

489: The Strategy of Depotism; by W.H. Moore; an address delivered to the Canadian Club at Lindsay, October 22, 1943

490: The Tragedy of Human Effort; The Liverpool address, October 1936 by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Ltd., n.d.

491: We Fight for Canada; by Tim Buck / Toronto: National Committee Labor- Progressive [sic] Party, [1951]

492: What the C.C.F. Plans to do with Canada; reprint of a series of short newspaper articles; by editor George W. James; as appeared in the Canadian Statesman, Bowmanville, [1945]

493: What the Communist Party Stands For: Plain Talks on Vital Problems based on Why Communism [?]; by M.J. Olgin / Toronto: Communist Party of Canada, 1936, 3rd revised edition

494: Where Do We Go From Here?; by Leslie Morris / Toronto: Progress Books, Sept. 1962

495: Socialism and You: Why You Should Join the Labor-Progressive [sic] Party / Toronto: Progress Books, 1959

496: Stop The U. S. Power Grab: Save Millions of Jobs; by Bruce Magnuson / Toronto: Progress Books, Jan. 1963

497: Youth's Peace Policy for Canada / Toronto: Communications Committee, Canadian Youth Congress, [1937]

498: Agreement Between John Labatt Limited, London, Ont. and National Brewery Worker's Union Local No. 1 / London: 1951

499: Agreement Between Rubberset Company Limited and District 50, U.M.W. of A. Local Union 13455 / Gravenhurst, Ont.: Jan. 3, 1953

500: Convention Collective de Travail Intervenue…Entre Dupuis Frères Limitée…et Le Syndicat National des Employés..5 Août, 1953.

501: Detailed Statement of the Receipts and Expenditures of Township of Ops. County of Victoria from Dec. 16,1948-Dec. 15, 1949 in Conformity with the Municipal Act / Lindsay: Printed at the Office of the Lindsay Post, [1949]

502: Employment and Income with Special Reference to the Initial Period of Reconstruction Presented to Parliament by the Minister of Reconstruction, April 1945 / Ottawa; Edmond Cloutier, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1945

503: Evidence Submitted to the Macmillan Committee of Finance and Industry by C.H. Douglas / New South Wales: Douglas Social Credit Association, n.d.

504: Great Britain and Her Colonies: Report of Arthur K. Bunnell on the Congress of the Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire; held in London…1892

505: Insurance for All and Everything: A Plain Account and a Discussion of the Beveridge Plan by Ronald C. Davison / Toronto: Longmans, Green and Co., 1943

506: Canada's Interests First, Life Insurance Robbery: An Exposure Showing That Hundreds of Millions of Dollars…Remedy Proposed; by Thomas Richard Johnson / New York: 1871 CIHM SERIES NO. 09990

507: The Liberal Party and the Tariff: A Review of the 1924 Budget Proposals and Principles Underlying Liberal Policy by the Rt. Hon. W.L. MacKenzie King, M.P. Prime Minister of Canada; a speech delivered…Commons, May 15, 1924

508: A Little Inside History of How the Government Treated the Bank Note Contract, and the Encouragement Given to Canadian Investment CIHM SERIES NO. 09125, 0567

509: Money and the Price System…; by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Ltd., n.d.

510: The New and Old Economics; by C.H. Douglas / Edinburgh: The Scots Free Press, n.d.

511: La Participation des Canadiens Français à la Vie Économique; texte d'une conférence prononcée le 7 Décembre, 1930…. / Chicoutimi: le Progrès du Saguenay, [1931]

512: Proceedings of the Twelfth Annual Session of the Trades and Labor [sic] Congress of Canada; held at Quebec, P.Q…. / Toronto: Chas. Miller Printer, 1896

513: The Proctor and Gamble Company of Canada, Limited: Guarantee of Regular Employment, Oct. 16, 1946

514: Prospectus and Rates of the Scottish Provincial Assurance Company…. / Montreal: Burland L' Africain [?] and Co., n.d. CIHM SERIES NO. 49497/ Montréal: J. Lovell

515: Report on Slums and Re-Housing in Toronto / Toronto: The Canadian Youth Council, 1936

516: Retirement Income Plan for Employees of Rubberset Company Limited / [Gravenhurst, Ont.: Rubberset Company Limited, 1947]

517: Scott & McHale's Management-Labor [sic] Relations Plan; by John J. McHale, n.d.

518: The Use of Money….; by C.H. Douglas / Liverpool: K.R.P. Publications Ltd., 1935

519: Membership Card; The Methodist Church Yearly Membership Card; issued for the Conference Year Ending May, 1908

520: Ayer's American Almanac For the Use of Farmers, Planters, Mechanics and All Families…. / Lowell, Mass.; J.C. Ayer & Co., 1858

521: Burdock, Blood and Bitters 1892 Almanac and Key to Health / Toronto: T. Milburn & Co., 1892

522: A Christmas Coterie; Xmas 1890 (inscribed "Mr. Geo. S. Wilson with kindest remembrances Horice T. Martin")

523: The Death of William Lyle Reid 1878-1936; Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada / Montréal: [1936]

524: Erie Railway: The Landscape Route of America; schedule and route map / New York: Martin B. Brown, Railroad Printer, 1882

525: Fellowship: The Organ of the Crystal Palace Clarion Fellowship and the Penge Branch of the S.D.P./ Penge: Clarion Club, Jan. 1890, no. 12

526: Jubilee Songs of the Anglo-Saxon Race, 1897 CIHM SERIES NO. 26116

527: Burial of General Wauchope; by Cyrys T. Throop, Port Hope, Ont.; Funeral Card (In memory of General Wauchope…who was killed…South Africa, Dec. 11, 1899)

528: The Last Visit to America: Sarah Bernhardt; "The only correct version of my plays translated…prompt books, under the direction of Wm. F. Connor" / New York: Fred Rullman Inc., [1912?]

529: Leaves From A Scrapbook; W.M. Murro/ [Ottawa]: 1940

530: New York, New Jersey and Eastern Section Pennsylvania Price Current / The New York Biscuit Company, 1896

531: Official Programme of the Victory Celebrations, 8th June, 1946 / Printed and Published by His Majesty's Stationary Office, 1946

532: The Official Railway List 1882: A Directory of Presidents, General Managers…Roadmasters of Railways in North America…. / Chicago: Smith & Cowler Publishers, 1882

533: Papers for the People / Bradford, London: Truth Seeker Co., et al. n.d.; no 1: The Priest and the Child; by John M. Robertson, 2nd edition; no 4: The Blood Tax; by John M. Robertson

534: Programme; 1917-1918 Wicklow Branch of the Women's Institute / Colborne: Enterprise Print, [1917] (2 copies)

535: Publishing in Wartime: An Address Delivered to the 20th Anniversary Convention of the Canadian Author's Association on Friday Aug. 22 1941 by Ellen Elliot / [Toronto]: Privately Printed by The Macmillans in Canada for Their Friends, n.d. (signed by the author)

536: The London Lawyer: A Biographical Sketch of Elias Hardy, Councilor-At-Law at Saint John, N.B., A.D. 1784-1798; with some account of the incidents in which he figured; by Rev. W.O. Raymond, 1894 CIHM SERIES NO. 12376

537: The Ross Rifle Catalogue No. 5 / Montréal: Desbarays Printing Co., [1915]

538: Sight-Seeing Hints for Canadian Visitors to London; with the compliments of the Ontario Government's Office / London: n.d.; 2nd edition

539: Smithson's Northallerton Almanack [sic] for 1873…. / Northallerton: W.R. Smithson, 1873

540: A Song of Christmas / n.d. (inscribed "Christmas 1921 Norah Sheppard")

541: Sporting Intelligence: The Race for the Mitre/ Toronto: 1866 (T.A.G. 6229 C.A. I. 3377?) CIHM SERIES NO. 23371 (Cover Title: "Leaves From A Scrap Book, W.H. Murro / [Ottawa] :1940

542: Stranger's Guide to London / n.d.

543: The Writing Business; by Michael Joseph / London: Faber and Faber Limited, 1831 (Criterion Miscellany, No. 33)

544: The Sciences and the Humanities; Presidential Address to the Regional Survey Section….; by Victor Branford / Westminster, S.W.: LePlay House Press, 1923

545: St. John’s Church, Carrying Place, Diocese of Ontario, 1824-1974, 150th Anniversary

546: Offical Programme 32ndAnnual Northumberland County Music Festival, May 1,2,3,4, 1972

547: Campbellford District High School Annual Commencement Exercises, 1970

548: Provincial Historical Plaque Unveiling Ceremony, Alderville Manual Labour School, June 30, 1990

549: St. George’s Church, Hastings, 125 Years (1863-1988): A Short Chronicle of Those Who Passed This Way

550: Barnyard Connections, April/May 1996 / Hobbyhill Productions, Castleton, Ontario, 1996

551: Northwest Poultry Journal: A Practical Poultry Raising Guide, May 1909 / Salem, Oregon, 1909

552: Rice Lake’s The Place!: Visitors’ Guide, Vol. XXXII, 1993 / Maracle Press, Oshawa, 1993

553: Canadian Forces Officer Candidate School: End-of-Course Parade / 1974

554: Alderville and The Great War: 1914-1918 / 1927

555: Cobourg Celebration Concert / 1998

556: Norwood Thanksgiving Weekend Fair / Norwood Agricultural Society, 1993

557: Peterborough Panthers Junior Football Club: Official Program / 1973

558: Roseneath Branch West Northumberland Women’s Institute: Programme 1953-1954

559: Pleasant Point Union Church: A History: 1922-1957 / Presented… on the Occasion of the 65th Anniversary

560: Visit and Enjoy Historic Grafton: Where Two Centuries Meet in Ontario / [1983]

561: Warkworth Cheese Country / Aureen Richardson, 1993

562: Cash Chargex or Blueberries / [Doris Emond, Camborne, 1983]

563: The Centennial Saga of Percy Township / [1967]

564: The Northumberland Orchestra Society: Cobourg Celebration Concert Commemorative Booklet / prepared by Rod Anderson, 1998

565: Indian River Mills / Nick Nickels, 1975 (2 copies)

566: Cemeteries of Prince Edward County / Quinte’s Isle Tourist Association, [1993]

567: A Natural Hybrid in the Genus Weissia / Claire Williams, reprinted from The Bryologist, Vol. 69, No. 3, Authumn 1966

568: Pottia Intermedia New to North America / Claire Williams, reprinted from The Bryologist, Vol. 69, No. 2, Summer 1966

569: A New Member of the Lophoziaceae from Ontario / H. Williams, reprinted from The Bryologist, Vol. 71, No., Spring 1968

570: Field Checklist of the Vascular Plants of the Buckhorn Wilderness Centre / compiled by Roger Jones and Harry Williams, n.d.

571: A Robertson Davies Celebration, July 28 to August 26, 2001, Stratford Festival of Canada

572: Curve Lake First Business Directory [1994]

573: The Canadian Agriculturalist and Transactons of the Board of Agriculture of Upper Canada. Vol. IV, No. 7, Toronto, July, 1852. (copy)

574: Peterborough Normal School Annual Year Book, 1932-1933

575: Acts Respecting Education and Schools in Lower Canada, 1867

576: The Pagoda Bridge: Jackson Park, 1987

577: Bytown: A Guide to Lowertown Ottawa. National Capital Commission, 1981

578: Researching Heritage Buildings. Parks Canada, 1983

579: Peterborough: CAUSE (Community Assist for an Urban Study Effort: A Program of the Ontario Association of Architects)

580 (a-c): Peterborough and the Kawartha Lakes, 1993 Travel Guide; 1994 Travel Guide; 1995 Travel Guide

581: Watson Lake. Prepared for the Department of Northern Affairs and National Resources by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1963

582: Environment and Local Government. Clifford Maynes, OPIRG, 1991

583: A Strategy for Recreation, Parks and Culture Peterborough and Area, 2002-2010, Final Report. 2000

584: City of Peterborough: Community Services Co-Ordination Project Final Report, 1984

585: The Runner's Guide to Peterborough, Participaction. 1981

586: Official Squash Racquets Singles Playing Rules. Canadian Squash Racquets Association, n.d.

587: Clues for Parents About Alcohol and Drugs. Addiction Research Foundation of Ontario, n.d.

588: Why the Whistle Went. Rugby Football Union, 1958

588a: Why the Whisltle Went. Rugby Football Union, 1966

589: The Art of Refereeing: A Handbook for Rugby Football Referees. Rugby Football Union, 1965

590: The Basic Skills in Rugby Footbal. Rugby Football Union, 1961

591: Coaching Rugby Footballers. Rugby Football Union, 1961

592: Know the Game: The Laws of Association Football. 1965

593: Australian Football: A Fundamental Guide to the Game. [1988]

594: Canadian Professional Squash Association Clinic Manual. n.d.

595: Sport History Canada: A Survey of the History of Sport and Physical Education Courses Offered by Canadian Universities, 1973-74

596: Athletics in Education: A Platform Statement. 1963

597: Coaching Scheme. Rugby Football Union, [1973]

598: Training for Rugby Football. Rugby Football Union, 1962

599: Rules of the International Singles Game of Squash Racquets. 1989

600: Women's Squash Rackets Association: A Guide to Group Coaching. n.d.

601: Basketball: A Resource Unit. n.d.

602: Rawlings Athletic Handbook. Revised Edition, 1977

603: The Server: Squash Racquets. [1974]

604: 1st Annual National Oldtimer's Hockey Tournament Souvenir Program. 1974 (held in Peterborough and Lakefield)

605: Canadian Oldtimer' Hockey Association Welcomes You. C.O.H.A. '75' National. The Communities of Peterborough Lakefield Ennismore

606: Cree Almanack, 1922 & 3

607: The Quaker Gray Jay: Canadian Friends Service Work, 1931-2001

608: Arctic Council: Declaration on the Establishment of the Arctic Council, 1996

609: WWF Arctic Bulletin, No.4.96, 1996

610: Past Forward: a guide to the Archival Collections, University of Guelph Library, 1990 (includes information on collections relating to agriculture)

611: The Invention of the Board Canoe: The Peterborough Stories from Their Sources / compiled by Ken Brown, 2001

612: A Century of Presbyterianism / Richard Lees, 1933 

613: A Short History of Anglican Witness: Seymour Township and Campbellford 1835-1979, 1952

614: Engineering Achievements in the Peterborough Area n.d.

615: Crazy to Kill: A Detective Opera / libretto by James Reaney and music by John Beckwith, 1988 (based on the mystery novel 'Crazy to Kill' by Ann Cardwell, New York, 1941) (2 copies)

616: Regina Tornado June 30 1912 n.d.

617: Lettres de 1835 et de 1836 / A. D. DeCelles, 1913

618: City of Peterborough Official Guide, n.d. (written after 1962)

619: Group Games For High Schools, Colleges and Recreational Groups, 1950

620: Praise and Victory Songs / Compiled by Homer A. Rodeheaver and Harry D. Clarke, 1932

621: Songs of the Gospel, 1948

622: Historical Sketch of Fairmount United Church of Canada Centennial 1858-1958, 1958

623: A Year-Round Interpretation Centre for Century Village, n.d.

624: Michael: Prince of Heaven / complied by Neville Coventry 1951

625: The Boys and Barrie Sites / Frank Ridley, 1958

626: Draft Constitution of the Canadian Irish Club of Peterborough, Ontario, n.d.

627: A History of the Peterborough Law Library / Robert D. Taylor-Vaisey, 1976 (photocopy of article from the Gazette journal)

628: Two Fables / Eric Aldwinckle, 1950

629: Women as Folk-Song Authors / John Murray Gibbon, 1947

630: The Bridge of Reason / Norman Z. Alcock, 1961

631: The Psychologic Aspect of Imperialism / Mary Everest Boole, 1911

632: Mary Everest Boole: A Pioneer Student of the Unconscious / Ethel S. Dummer, n.d.

633: What is Thought? / Ethel S. Dummer, n.d.

634: Preparation of the Child for Science / M.E. Boole, 1904

635: The Golden Thread / Natalie N. Banks, 1963

636: Melchizedek and the Mystery of Fire: a Treatise in Three Parts / Manly P. Hall, 1927

637: Crude Black Molasses: The Natural "Wonder-food" / Cyril Scott, n.d.

638: Science and Spirituality: an Exploration n.d.

639: Exhibition of Canadian West Coast Art: Native and Modern, 1927

640: Majorie Pickthall / Lorne Pierce, 1943 (a memorial address)

641: Nature-Spirits and the Spirits of the Elements: the Blavatsky Lecture 1920 / D.N. Dunlop, 1921

642: The Mind and its Workings / C.E.M. Joad, 1930

643: The Story of Sensa / Mabel Collins, 1920

644: The Occult Anatomy of Man: To Which is added Occult Masonry and the Unfoldment of Man / Manly Hall, 1925

645: The Old Order: based on the diary of Elizabeth Baker / Ben Bowen Thomas, 1945

646: Commemorating 100 Years of "Peace, Plenty, Progress" in the County of Ontario, 1955

647: Mennonite Life, 1950

648: Sir Sandford Fleming / compiled by Doris J. Unitt, Andrew Osler and Edward McCoy, 1968

649: Learning in Leisure (Kenner) World Watchers / compiled by Helen McDougall and Jane Ayling, 1994

(Note: Items #650 - #664 were donated by Quentin Brown / Friends of the Bata Library, 2004)

650: Millbrook Public & Continuation School: Ninety Years of Memories: 1889-1979. June 9th, 10th, 1979, Millbrook, Ontario

651: A History of Cavan United Church, 1979

652: Brief Historical Research of The Township of Cavan and Village of Millbrook from 1816 to 1937 / Mary Sloane Eakins, [1983]

653: History Alive: A Study of Trinity Church, The Marsh: A Study Undertaken as Part of the Toronto Parish Training Programme / Wally Raymond, Parish of Cavan, 1991

654: Reference and Guide Book: The Trent Canal / The Department of Railways and Canals of Canada, 1911

655: Map of Roman Britain / Ordnance Survey, Third Edition, 1956

656: The Nor'-Wester: Centennial Edition, Winnipeg, July 15, 1970

657: Winnipeg 100: Winnipeg Free Press, 100 Year Pictorial History of Winnipeg / compiled by Edith Paterson, 1973

658: From Furs to Farms: Western Canada Pictorial Index / The University of Winnipeg, [1985]

659: Boundary and Constitutional Agreement for the Implementation of Division of the Northwest Territories between the Western Constitutional Forum and the Nunavut Constitutional Forum, 1987

660: Cities of Canada: Reproductions from the Seagram Collection of Paintings, n.d.

661: Abandoned but not Forgotten: The Hay Bay Methodist Church, 1860-1910 / Rev. Arthur E. Kewley, 1984

662: [Golden Jubilee St. Andrew's Church, Millbrook, Ontario], [1932] (cover indecipherable)

663: Big John Wallace: A Romance of the Early Canadian Pioneers / Archie P. McKishnie, 1922

664: The Influence of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in the Building of Canada (typescript, no author, no date)

665: Proceedings of the Public Forum on Recombinant Bovine Growth Hormone, March 28, 1996, Peterborough, Ontario (sponsored by The Food Policy Action Coalition)

666: Action Day News (newsletter for the Community Day of Action), Peterborough, June 24, 1996

667: June 24th [1996]: Community Day of Action Peterborough (CUPE Ontario's Fightback News)

668: Labour Market and Training Needs Survey: Peterborough, Victoria, Haliburton and Northern Hastings Counties / Torben Drewes, March 1993

669: Labour Market and Training Needs Survey: Peterborough, Victoria, Haliburton and Northern Hastings Counties: Results for Peterborough County, March 1993

670: A Fisheries Survey of Sturgeon Lake, Victoria County, 1963-1968 / J.J. Armstrong, 1970

671: Poetry Portraits of a Canadian Artist / Daphne Molson, 1994

672: The United Malcontents of the Ontario Songbook / John Taylor (of the Outraging Granddads of Ontario), 1995

673: Progress [Canadian General Electric Company Ltd., 1951]

674: Railway rationalization, railway abandonment, and use of abandoned railway right-of-way, City of Peterborough / John W. Wood, 1988

675: "Lest We Forget" - Order of Ceremonial for the Unveiling and Dedication of Peterborough's Memorial to her sons who died in the Great War, 1914-1918 - Sir Arthur Currie officiating, 1929

676: Peterborough Urban Renewal Study: Final Report, February 1969

677: Myth and Art as Teaching Materials / Elli Maranda (Occasional Paper No. 5, The Social Studies Curriculum Program, 1965)

678: Tales of Early Manitoba from the Winnipeg Free Press / Edith Paterson (Centennial Collection, 1970)

679: Nature's Totems and Symbols / Soaring Eagle Co., n.d.

680: Cherokee Legends and the Trail of Tears / adapted by Thomas Bryan Underwood and Moselle Stack Sandlin, 1956

681: How to Select a Tent / New England Camper's Association, n.d.

682: City of the Rivers (published by Department of Industry and Commerce, Winnipeg, 1956)

683: Eastern Pentecostal Bible College: The Torch 1964 / Peterborough, Ontario (donated by Marlow Banks, 1982)

684: First Report of the Bureau of Archives for the Province of Ontario by Alexander Fraser, Archivist, 1903

685: Acta Victoriana, Christmas 1905, Vol. xxix, No. 3 (Victoria University, Toronto)

686: Help Build The Ontario Speed Skating Oval at Lakefield: The New Home of Long Track Speed Skating in Ontario [2004]

687: Economic Impact of a Proposed Casino and Resort in the Township of Harvey: Final Report / Nordicity Group Ltd., 1997 (includes loosely inserted notes and newspaper clippings) - (donated by Professor Alan Brunger)

688: A Centennial Remembrance of Winnipeg, 1874-1974 / Carling O'Keefe Breweries, 1974 (donated by Professor Alan Brunger)

689: In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Peterborough Lift Lock: A National Historic Site of Canada / Parks Canada, 2004 (2 copies of one brochure, and 1 copy of a similar brochure)

690: Leahy in Lakefield / Kawartha Lakes Chamber of Commerce Eastern Region, 2004

691: The Odd Fellows' Relief Association of Canada: Constitution and By-Laws Amended July 1904; also 1914 (folder includes two certificates of membership for F.A. Tully of Peterborough, 1904 and 1916, and one pamphlet relating to the Assessment System)

692: The Love Light / Jean Little, 1993
"Why Not?"
Said Tirzah / Jean Little, 1993
A Mantle of Praise / Jean Little, 1993
"Listen," Said the Donkey, 1993
Gruntle: The Legend of a Literary Piglet, 1993
(all copies are signed; unpublished) - (donated by Mrs. Eleanor Ewing)

693: Dealers' Price List of Farm Machinery, effective April 1st, 1923. Manufactured by The Peter Hamilton Co., Peterboro, Ont. (photocopy)

694: Wir Fahren Gegen Engelland (war pamphlet, German text, donated by Mr. G. Wynn, 1990)

695: Terror! (war pamphlet, German text, donated by Mr. G. Wynn, 1990)

696: The Illustrated War News. December 29, 1915 [Part 73] - 1. Printed by The Illustrated London News and Sketch, Ltd.

697: Canoes And the Trent-Severn Waterway

698: Apportionment of Legislative Public School Grant

699: An Address on the Formation of Rifle Associations for Defensive Purposes Delivered in the Town Hall, Guelph, on Wednesday Evening, the 15th of August, 1866, by Dr. Howitt

700: Willson's Municipal Works (flyer sent to Municipal Councils of the Dominion of Canada)

701: Articles of Agreement, Commissioners of Public Works (William Beverly Robinson and Charles Casgrain). n.d., blank form.

702: An Act to Amend the Revised Act Respecting the Solemnization of Marriaages. 1883

703: National Line of Steamships between New York and Liverpool. Tonnage, sailing dates, rates. 1887

704: The Indian River Canoe Route. Pub. by Otonabee Region Conservation Authority. n.d. 1980s?

705: Automatic Data Processing Glossary / Executive Office of the President, Bureau of the Budget [USA], 1962

706: You and the Computer: A Student's Guide / General Electric Company, 1965

707: Dewars of St. Fillan From Glendochart to the Argenteuil Seigniory. By Helen Lamb Shearman, 1998

708: Time of Healing - - Time of Change: Text and Graphics for an Exhibit on Contemporary First Nations in the Peterborough Area, May 24-July 12, 1992. Curated by Ken Doherty

709: Linguistic and Cultural Affiliations of Canadian Indian Bands. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Indian Affairs Branch, Ottawa, 1967

710: 200 Years in the Making: A Six Nations Bicentennial Celebration. Commemorative Program, Six Nations Indian Reserve, July 26-29, 1984

711: Two Hundred Years Along the Grand. 20 May - 23 December 1984, Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre (note: the text is in French)

712: Aandeg (The Crow) / by Shirley Pheasant Williams. 1990

713: Here Are The News / by Miss Edith Josie. 1968 (note: Old Crow news items, "The Best of Edith Josie 1968")

714: Rocks and Minerals in Canada, Vol 12, No.6, 1979. (cover features "Cayuga Indian Stone Carver Joseph Jacobs")

715: Joseph Jacobs: Iroquois Art. (Exhibit catalogue) 1986

716: Maps of Indian Reserves and Settlements in the National Map Collection, Volume II, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories. Public Archives of Canada. 1981

717: Into the Silent Land. Survey Photography in the Canadian West, 1858-1900. A Public Archives of Canada Traveling Exhibition / by A.J. Birrell National Photography Collection. 1975

718: Life with the Eskimo. A Photo Essay, 50 Historic Photographs from the early 1900's in the Canadian Arctic and Siberia. 1977

719: Cristal Lake School Handbook, Cristal Lake, Ontario. Wahbon Bay Academy Handbook, Stirland Lake, Ontario. Poplar Hill Development School. [after 1962]

720: Mechanical Locks in Canada / by W.J. Francis. Reproduced by Trent Severn Waterway Interpretive Program Publication 015A, Peterborough, Ontario from Transactions of the Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Vol. XX 1906

721: Culinary Themes in the Writings of Frances Stewart, Genteel Pioneer of Douro Township / by Jodi Aoki (in Culinary Chronicles: The Newsletter of the Culinary Historians of Ontario, No.46, 2005)

722: Locating a Fuel Cycle Centre: Comments from Madoc. 1977

723: Unlike the Lilies: Doukhobor Textile Traditions in Canada / Dorothy K. Burnham. 1986 (note: Dorothy Burnham received a honorary degree in 1998 from Trent University)

724: Rosebush, Lily. To the Glory of God and in Loving Memory: The Windows of All Saints’ Church, Peterborough, Ontario.” 2006. (Two copies.)

725-727: Lucky Strike Bait Works Ltd. Peterborough Ontario. Anniversary calendar produced for 75th anniversary in 2004. Two catalogues (2005 and 2006) of lures and other fishing equipment.

728: 'T Aint Runnin' No More: The Story of Grand Bend, The Pinery and the Old River Bed / by William Sherwood Fox, 1946.

729: The Pioneer Hamlet of Dover 1800-1814 / by Harry B. Barrett, 1977.

730: Canadian Pacific Railway Company: Report of Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of Shareholders, May 3, 1933.

731: Succession Duties in Ontario (The Succession Duty Act of Ontario: A Summary of its Main Provisions), 1923.

732: Purchasing Power: Address by F.C. Biggar, Secretary, The Canadian Bank of Commerce before The Canadian Club, Shawinigan Falls, Quebec, 1937.

733: Ontario Provincial Election: Information for Conservative Workers / published by The Campaign Committee of the Liberal-Conservative Party in Ontario, [ca. 1937]

734: Constitution and By-Laws of the Peterborough Workers' and Unemployed Association, 1941.

735: Every Man a Capitalist: How Two Great Canadian Institutions Have Made the Average Man a Part-Owner in Canadian Industry, [ca. 1930].

736: The School Question of Ontario / by The Archbishop of Ontario, 1931.

737: Canadiana Preservation and Access: CIHM Strategic Plan / Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, [1994]

738: Canada's Printed Heritage: A Microfiche Collection and Preservation Project: The Work of the Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1983

739: Green Gutters & Gargoyles: The 1992 Provincial LACAC Conference [held at Trent University].

740. The Old Doctor: A Backwoods Sketch by Catharine Parr Traill.

741. The Canadian Quaker History Journal. No. 69-70, 2003. Contents include a history of Uxbridge, Ontario; article on the Society of Friends and the Children of Peace (Davidites).

742. An Act to Encourage the Gradual Civilization of the Indian Tribes in This Province. Toronto, 1857 (photocopy; original located in Special Collections (SpC KE 7704.5 1857).

743. Cruising Ontario Waters / Ontario Department of Travel and Publicity, Division of Publicity, Toronto, [196-].

744. "Garden's Peterborough County Directory", 1948 (postal directory)

745. "The Electric City: Peterborough and her Industries: Souvenir Industrial Number of the Daily Examiner of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada", 1908

746. Dewitt Clinton's Private Canal Journal, 1810. Edited by William W. Campbell and published in 1849. Clinton explored the Hudson River, through the Mohawk Valley to Lake Ontario and Lake Erie. Descriptions of the journey and the towns of Albany, Utica, Schenectady, Oswego.

747. 1837 Rebellion Remembered . Papers presented at the 1837 Rebellion Remembered Conference of the Ontario Historical Society in 1987.

748. Taking Root: A History of Settlement on Stoney Lake (A 48-Minute Documentary).

749. The Influence of Origin and Religion on Settlement Patterns in Mid-19th Century Ontario.  Alan Brunger and Grenville Parkinson (1986)

750. Operation Rebirth: A new PRHC (A Peterborough Examiner souvenir edition). May 2008.

751. Article by Heather Murray (from Essays on Canadian Writing, 61 (Spring 1997) that mentions Charles Fothergill.

752. Kirkfield Lift Lock Celebrating 100 Years, Saturday, July 21, 2007, Kirkfield, Ontario. Parks Canada.

753. Legend of the Roman Line: The Donnellys of Biddulph. Pamphlet written by Leslie John in 1980. In the front of this pamphlet is the program for a performance of "The Donnellys" by the Peterborough Theatre Guild, 1982 and a newspaper clipping pertaining to the CBC filming of "The Donnellys of Biddulph" by Ray Fazakas February 27, 1982.

754. How We Got To Camp in Days Gone By, A Research project by the Archives Committee of the Ontario Camping Association. Project was conceived and directed by Peter Gilbert. There is a complete history of how the project was managed and financed at the start of the publication. Funding came from the Ebbs Fund at Trent University, from the Ontario Camping Assoc. and from private donors.

755. Centennial Edition 1892-1992, Mountain Township Agricultural Society, 100th Annual Fair, August 21, 22 & 23, 1992, Prize List.

756. The Peterborough Fortnightly Club... A Banquet to Celebrate the 110th Anniversary of the Founding of the Club and the 84th Anniversary of the Annual Dinner and Ladies Night. Peterborough, Ontario. April 2, 2005.

757. Simpsons-Sears, Spring Through Summer 1968 (catalogue).

758. The T. Eaton Co. Limited, Catalogue 46 Spring Summer, Catalogue 47 Fall Winter, 1901 (1970 reprint edition, The Musson Book Company).

759. Russell Food Equipment Limited, Catalogue W79, [1965].

760. The Bridging of Three Centuries: The Life and Times of Phoebe Crossley Lloyd - the Girl Bride of a Rebel of 1837: Patriots of 1837 and their Descendants Honoured by Their Country and King a Century Later / J.M. Walton & E.G. Lloyd, [1938].

761. Trent-Severn Waterway Small-Craft Chart: Peterborough to Buckhorn including Stony Lake / Canadian Hydrographic Service, Marine Sciences Branch Department of the Environment, Ottawa, #2023, 1972 edition. (note: located on top of boxes)

762. Six Years in the Bush / Thomas Need [1838]. Note: this copy is a reprint edition by Bobcaygeon Printing, Bobcaygeon, Ontario, n.d.

763. Sweet Water Shores: Otonabee Poems / Otonabee Poetry and Literary Society (Laura Irwin), Volume 1, Number 2, 1978; foreword by Dr. Wm. G. Beer; Keen Press, Publishers.

764. A History of The Port Hope Hospitals, 1911-1980 / Isabel M. Humble, [1979].

765. Memorial Stones of Smith Township / compiled by Elizabeth Simnett Craw, 1982. 41/100

766. A Pictorial History of Algonquin Provincial Park / Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, 1977.

767. "A Brief History of the Order of the Sons of Temperance: A paper presented at the Philadelphia Centennial Conference of 1885..." / R. Alder Temple. Reprinted under the direction of the publication committee by The National Temperance Society and Publication House, New York, [1886]

768. "'Mid Forests Wild": A Study of the Concept of Wilderness in the Writings of Susanna Moodie, J.W.D. Moodie, Catharine Parr Traill and Samuel Strickland, c. 1830-1855 / Edward H. Dahl. Mercury Series. History Division Paper No. 3. National Museum of Man, Ottawa, 1973.

NOTE: Pamphlets 769 - 778 were received through the courtesy of Professor Ross Irwin.
769. Ontario Farm Drainage Association: History / R.W. Irwin, University of Guelph, [198?]

770. The Ontario Agricultural Hall of Fame: 27th Anniversary Induction. Milton, Ontario, 2006

771. Senior of Interest. [biographical sketch re Ross Irwin] / Carrie Fisk, n.d.

772. Sylvester Auto-Thresher / R.W. Irwin, University of Guelph, 1983

773. 1st Annual Agricultural History of Ontario Seminar Proceedings, 1976 (University of Guelph)

774. 2nd Annual Agricultural History of Ontario Seminar Proceedings, 1977 (University of Guelph)

775. 3rd Annual Agricultural History of Ontario Seminar Proceedings, 1978 (University of Guelph)

776. 4th Annual Agricultural History of Ontario Seminar Proceedings, 1979 (University of Guelph)

777. Religion and Rural Ontario's Past: Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Agricultural History of Ontario Seminar, 1980 (University of Guelph)

778. The County Town in Rural Ontario's Past: Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Agricultural History of Ontario Seminar, 1981 (University of Guelph)

779. Northumberland County Waste & Recycling Collection Calendar, 2008 (note: located on top of boxes)

780. "Gravel Pit" Toys Hill, Kent: Six Drawings by C.W. Waddington, 1928 (note: located on top of boxes)

781. 29th Anniversary, Peterborough & District Sports Hall of Fame Annual Induction Night, Evinrude Centre, Peterborough, Ontario, Friday, June 6, 2008

782. Peterborough's 75th Anniversary Celebrations: Oct. 21 to 29, 1961

783. Art Gallery of Ontario: Receipts Used in the Grange Kitchen, n.d.

784. A Valuable Book of Receipts for all those attending "By River, Road, and Rail," A Heritage Conference sponsored by The Ontario Museum Association, 1981

785. Lady Macdonald's Manuscript Receipt Book, n.d.

786. The Educational System of the Province of Ontario. John Millar B.A. (Toronto: Warwick & Sons, 1893). Pamphlet has 114 pps. and shows all collecgiates and universities in Ontario as etchings. Included are curriculum, teacher lists, and histories of all the educational institutions. Sections on Libraries, Mechanics' Institutes and Art Galleries. Also sections on Model Schools etc.

787. The Peter Robinson Settlement of 1826. Bill LaBranche, 1975.

788. John Stevenson and the Famous "Peterborough Canoes." Gerald Stevenson, 1987.

789. Bourinot's rules of Order. Geoffrey Stanford. Third Revised Edition, 1977.

790. Our Wild Flowers: A Plea For Their Protection. Frank Morris, 1939.

791. Look To This Day: A Camp Director's Guide to Keeping Archives. Bernadine Dodge, 1992. Two copies.

792. Art on the Wing: British, American and Canadian Illustrated Bird Books from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century. An exhibition catalogue from an exhibit in the Thomas Fisher Rare Books Library, University of Toronto, 1999.

793. Souvenir booklet of the city of London given to attendees of the Annual Meeting of Associated Booksellers of Great Britain and Ireland, 1909.

794. The Adventure of the Purloined Errata Slip. Prepared by Michael Pearson on the occasion of Hugh Anson-Cartwright's 70th birthday, 2000.

795. Canada's First Ladies, 1838-1967. The Ottawa Citizen, [1967].

796. Inauguration of The National Flag of Canada.... Ottawa, February 15, 1965. Arrangements, 1965.

797. An Intimate View of Welland County a Century Ago - From Robert Gourlay's "Statistical Account of Upper Canada." 1924.

798. Captain W.F.W. Owen's Journal of Memoirs of the back or Northern Communication between Lakes Ontario and Huron 1817, Upper Canada. Transcribed 1998 by Phyllis White.

799. David Bierk: Another History, September 14 through October 21, 1995 (Associated American Artists exhibition catalogue)

800. David Bierk: A Question of Balance (Wynick/Tuck Gallery, Toronto, October 19 - November 9, 1996; Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, December 1, 1997 - February 22, 1998 exhibition catalogue)

801. In the Absence of Paradise: The Art of David Bierk, 1994 (copyright David Bierk)

802. Treaties 1 and 2 between Her Majesty The Queen and The Chippewa and Cree Indians of Manitoba and Country Adjacent with adhesions, reprint 1957.

803. Treaty No. 3 between Her Majesty The Queen and the Saulteaux Tribe of the Ojibbeway Indians at the Northwest Angle on the Lake of the Woods with adhesions, reprint 1957.

804. Treaty No. 4 between Her Majesty The Queen and the Cree and Saulteaux Tribes of Indians at Qu'Appelle and Fort Ellice, reprint 1957.

805. Treaty No. 5 between Her Majesty The Queen and the Saulteaux and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians at Beren's River and Norway House with adhesions, reprint 1957.

806. Copy of Treaty No. 6 between Her Majesty The Queen and the Plain and Wood Cree Indians and Other Tribes of Indians at Fort Carlton, Fort Pitt and Battle River with adhesions, reprint 1957.

807. Copy of Treaty and Supplementary Treaty No. 7, Made 22nd Sept., and 4th Dec., 1877, between Her Majesty The Queen and the Blackfeet and Other Indian Tribes, at the Blackfoot Crossing of Bow River and Fort MacLeod., reprint 1957.

808. Treaty No. 8 made June 21, 1899 and Adhesions, Reports, etc., reprint 1957.

809. The James Bay Treaty, Treaty No. 9 (Made in 1905 and 1906) and Adhesions made in 1929 and 1930, reprint 1957.

810. Treaty No. 10 and Reports of Commissioners, reprint 1957.

811. Treaty No. 11 (June 27, 1921) and Adhesion (July 17, 1922) with reports, etc., reprint 1957.

812. The Indian in Transition: The Meeting of the Ways; Learning for Earning. Two articles reprinted 1961 from The Beaver, 1960.

813. The Incas, [1955]. Pan American Union, Washington, D.C., reprint 1964.

814. The Aztecs. Pan American Union, Washington, D.C., reprint 1964.

815. The Maya. Pan American Union, Washington, D.C., reprint 1964.

816. Suggestions for Excavating Indian Sites. Royal Ontario Museum of Archaeology, 1951.

817. A Harvest of Garden Gleanings / Henry Veen, [1975-1988].

818. Solemn Declaration. World Council of Indigenous Peoples. [ratified 1984].

819. The International Indian Treaty Council. [1980].

820. Inter-American Indian Institute 1940-1986. [1986].

821. Supysáua: The Brazilian Indian. [1970].

822. The Treaty of Waitangi & the Ngai Tahu Claim: A Summary / edited by Harry C. Evison. Ka Roimata Whenua Series: No.2. 1988.

823. People of Two Cities: The Aborigines of Australia's Northern Territory. Northern Territory Tourist Commission. 1987.

824. About Indians in Canada. National Indian Brotherhood. [1979].

825. Canada's Indians / James Wilson. Minority Rights Group, London, England. Report No. 21. 1974.

826. St. John's Anglican Church, Peterborough Ontario, Pilgrim's Guide 1997 - Celebrating 170 years as a parish and 160 years since the opening service in this building.

827. A Guide to Heritage Structure Investigations. Ontario Ministry of Culture and Recreation. 1979.

828. The Rideau Canal: Early Canadian Views. Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University. 2 July - 15 August 1982.

829. John By: Builder of the Rideau Canal Founder of Ottawa. Robert Legget. 1982.

830. Canadian Inventory of Historic Building: Training Manual. Indian and Northern Affairs, Parks Canada. 2nd edition. 1975.

831. Up the Streets of Ontario. Heritage Canada. 1976.

832. Winnipeg Architecture: 100 Years. William Paul Thompson. 1975.

833. Symbols of Aspiration: Victorian Architecture in London and Southwestern Ontario. 1986.

834. The Architecture of W.E. Noffke. Heritage Ottawa. 1976.

835. Links Between Two Cities: Historic Bridges between Ottawa and Hull. Lucien Brault. 1989.

836. A Guide to Ottawa's Railway Heritage. Colin J. Churcher. 1987.

837. Researching a Building in Nova Scotia. Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia. 1984.

838. The Evaluation of Historic Buildings. Parks Canada. 1980.

839. Understanding Your House. Ontario Ministry of Housing. n.d.

840. The Buildings of Canada: A Guide to Pre-20th-century Styles in Houses, Churches and Other Structures. Environment Canada, Parks. 1980.

841. 300 Years of American Papermaking. Helena E. Wright. Catalogue no. 50. An exhibition in the Graphic Arts Hall, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution, December 1990 - November 1991.

842. Broad Gauge in the Ottawa Valley: The Building of the Brockville and Ottawa Railway. Wayne Tasse. 1993.

843. The Bytown & Prescott 1854-1979. S.R. Elliot. Published by the Bytown Railway Society. 1979.

844. Pacific Extension: Ottawa-Lake Nipissing: The Building of the Canada Central Railway. Wayne Tasse. 1994.

845. Algoma Eastern Railway. Nickel Belt Rails No.1. Dale Wilson. 1977.

846. The Gilmour Influence. Andrew McDonald. Published by the Hastings County Historical Society. 1986.

847. The Story of Garden Island. Marion Calvin Boyd. 1972.

848. 100 Years of Architecture in Kingston: John Power to Drever & Smith. Public Archives Canada. 1986. (Includes French translation).

849. The Sensible Rehabilitation of Older Houses. Harold Kalman. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. 1979.

850. The Garrison Years. Public Archives Canada. 1983. (Includes French translation).

851. Faces and Facades: The Renfrew Architecture of Edey and Noffke. Heritage Renfrew. 1988.

852. Preliminary History of Fenelon Falls Lock Station. William Beahen. n.d.

853. Preliminary History of Bobcaygeon Lock Station. Margaret L. Evans. n.d.

854. A Resource Guide to the Trent-Severn Waterway. J.S. Daw. [1972].

855. Towpaths to Tugboats: A History of American Canal Engineering. Published by The American Canal and Transportation Center. 1982.

856. Ships, Colonies and Commerce: The Age of Sail and Prince Edward Island. Laura Brandon and Mark Holton. n.d.

857. The Saint Lawrence River Skiff. John Gardner. 1977.

858. Town and Country Houses: Regional Architectural Drawings from Queen's University Archives. Jennifer McKendry. 1993.

859. Morton Community Healthcare Centre: Commemorative Edition. 2009. (Inside cover: "The name recognizes the donation and support of David and Patricia Morton, who live near Lakefield").

860. The Education of the American Indian / A.H. Heinemann. Chicago: Fred Klein Co., 1897.

861. The Salvation Army Peterborough Temple Corps 125th Anniversary - programme of events, March 27 & 28, 2010.

862. Air Force Week in Peterborough, June 8-18, 2000; Commemorative Magazine. Golden Anniversary, 1950-2000.

863. Hastings Founders Week August 14-22, 2010

864. A Guide to Peterborough for Newcomers. 1986.


NOTE: Pamphlets 865 to 942 were donated by Hugh Anson-Cartwright. These rare Canadian pamphlets were accompanied by detailed descriptions; the descriptions have been included below. Numbers in square brackets reflect a numbering system in use prior to acceptance by the Archives.

865.
[1543]. Relation de ce qui s'est passe au Siege De Quebec, et de la Prise Du Canada: Par une Religieuse de l'Hopital General de Quebec: Adressee a une Communaute de son Ordre en France. [Quebec]: Inprime [sic] au bureau du Mercury rue Buade, 1855. First issue of second printing. 12mo. (18 x 11 cm), pp. 24 + 1 copperplate scene of Quebec, engraved and published by Robert Weir (Glasgow). Original pink printed paper wrappers. Covers soiled, stitching is loose, spine paper is split though covers still holding, damp-staining to upper and lower edges of wraps. Scarce first issue, with the copperplate, of the second printing. First printed by the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec in 1840. Text in French. Written by a nun of the L'Hopital General, it describes events during the siege of Quebec in 1759. TPL 297; Sabin 69257.

866.
[1601]. Baddeley (Lieut.)] - Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. Transactions of the Literary and Historical Society of Quebec. Vol. III, Part II. April 1833. [On the Magdalen Islands, Being the Substance of Four Reports by Lieutenant Baddeley, R.E.]. Montreal: Literary and Historical Society, Printed by A.D. Arnoux, 1833. First Edition. Original Wraps. Octavo (8 1/2" x 5 3/4"), pp. 97-192, [1] - Errata. With Geological Outline, and de Barres 1778 folding chart reproduced on superb thin paper watermarked 'J. Whatman 1829.' Original printed blue wraps, sewn binding, top edge only trimmed, others deckled, some pages unopened. Pages 97-127 consists of the second half of Mr. Sheppard's 'Notes on the Plants of Lower Canada,' Baddeley's 'Reports on the Magdalen Islands' are from p. 128-190, p. 191-2 contains an extract from a communication by Mr. C. Varley on 'Pigments of Canada.' Except for a small 1" tear to the paper covering the lower end of the spine and an 1/8" chip at the top, this scarce copy is in near fine, collectible condition.

867.
[1695] Fleming, Sandford. Engineer-in-Chief. Report Addressed to the Honourable The Minister of Public Works Canada. 1879. Report in Reference to the Canadian Pacific Railway.. Ottawa: Printed by Maclean, Roger & Co., 1879. Original Wrappers. Octavo (24.5 cm x 16.5 cm), pp. 142. Large colour fold-out (47.5 cm x 64.5 cm) "Map of the Prairie Region, 5th April, 1879" at rear. Sewn and gutta percha binding, printed, salmon-coloured paper wrappers. Slightly soiled, chipping along the spinestrip with some loss, gutta percha dry and brittle, the sewing however, is quite tight, else very good copy. Lowther 556.

868.
[1729] Spence, Thomas. The Prairie Lands of Canada; Presented to the World as A New and Inviting Field of Enterprise for the Capitalist and New Superior Attractions and Advantages as a Home for Immigrants Compared with the Western Prairies of the United States. . Montreal: Printed at the Gazette Printing House, 1879. First Edition. Octavo. Original Wraps. (21.3 cm x 14.7 cm), pp. 56, [8] adverts. + advert. to rear cover, original printed paper wrappers, sewn binding. Adverts include those from The Saskatchewan Express, the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway, and Emigration information. Mild tanning around the edges, slight chipping at the spine head & tail, else very good plus copy in the original wrappers. Contents include: Canadian Pacific Railway; Beauty and fertility of the country; Comparison with the Western States; The Soil and its Agricultural capacities; Frosts; Inducements offered by our Prairie Lands to Settlers; Building, Timber, Fuel and Fencing; Information on Tree Culture; Coal and Peat; Mineral Resources; Farming; Utilizing the Buffalo; Fruit; Flax; Hemp; Bees; The Colony System of Emigrating; Outfit and Prices; Routes; Private Lands; Homestead and Tree Planting; among others. Peel (3) 896.

869.
[1752] United States. President Martin Van Buren (1782-1862). 25th Congress, 2nd Session, House of Representatives Executive. Doc. No. 302. Steamboat Caroline: Message from the President of the United States, transmitting the information by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 21st ultimo, respecting the Capture and Destruction of the Steamboat Caroline, 29 December last [1837]. [n.p. - Washington, D.C.: n.p. - Thomas Allen, printer, n.d. - April 1838], Octavo, pp. [1] - 63. Disbound offprint, top-edge trimmed, others deckled. Offsetting to a few pages, else very good, clean copy. Contains a 5-page letter from Sir Francis Bond Head, who some consider responsible for the Upper Canada Rebellion of December 1837.

870.
[1776] [Mossom Boyd & Co., Bobcaygeon, Ontario]. Pure Bred Polled Aberdeen-Angus Cattle, The Property of Mossom Boyd and Co., Big Island Stock Farm, Bobcaygeon, Ontario To be sold by Public Auction at Dexter Park, Chicago May 23rd and 24th, (1888). Col. J.W. and Mr. C.C. Judy, Auctioneers. Toronto: Printed at the Mail Job Dept., n.d. [c.1888], 8vo. (22 cm x 15 cm), pp. 56, blue printed paper wraps, stapled binding, 4 illustrations with illustration of bull on lower cover. Some fading at the spine with a bit of rust to the upper and lower covers at the staples, else very good, clean copy. In the Intro, Mossom Boyd & Co. explain their regret in getting out of the business, and would only be keeping one bull and five or six females to form the nucleus of a future herd. 65 lots for auction, in groups of Females and Bulls with the pedigrees of each animal.

871.
[1779] [The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada]. Mess Rules The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Home Station Officers' Mess Calgary, Alberta. Ottawa: The Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationery, 1959. (16.5 cm x 10.5 cm), pp. 12. Typed text, copied and reduced in size, printed card covers with double staple binding. Two punch holes to fore-edge of rear cover, covers lightly soiled, else very good copy.

872.
[1783] [City of Wetaskiwin]. City of Wetaskiwin. Unveiling of the Memorial to commemorate the work of The Reverend Father Lacombe and Reverend John McDougall "The Peace Makers" In the City Memorial Park on Thursday 23rd July 1936. Wetaskiwin, Alberta: Wetaskiwin Times Presse, n.d. [1936], Very Good (21.5 cm x 14 cm), single fold, printed paper brochure. Gently soiled, else very good copy.

873.
[1784] [The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada]. Dedication of Stained Glass Window St. George's Chapel Currie Barracks Calgary, Alberta 12 June 1966. N.p. [Calgary]: n.p., [1966], Printed card covers (23 cm x 18 cm), 8 pages (20.5 cm x 17 cm). Typed and copied, inserted into card covers with single staple. Trifle browned around the edges, else very good.

874.
[1876] Bengough (Illus.), and Edited by An Ex-Minister [W.H. Fuller]. FLAPDOODLE. A Political Encyclopaedia and Manual for Public Men. Edited by an Ex-Minister. Illustrated by Bengough.. Toronto: Printed for the Publisher, 1881. First Edition. Original Printed Wrappers. 8vo., pp. 28, 3 plates by Bengough, original printed paper covers, sewn binding. Front cover detached but present, tiny chip to upper left corner, else good, clean copy. Neatly contained in a mylar wrapper.

875.
[1938] Shantz, J.Y.. Relation d'un Voyage a Manitoba ... Accompagnee d'une Analyse de L'Acte concernant les Terres de la Puissance et d'un extrait du Pamphlet Publie Par le Gouvernement at Sujet de Manitoba.. Ottawa: Le Departement de L'Agriculture, Printed by Robertson, Roger & Cie., 1873. Octavo (22 cm x 15.5 cm), pp. 30 + [1] Notice from the Departement des Travaux Publics, original printed green paper wrappers, with title-page reproduced in frame on front cover, sewn binding. Covers dust soiled, remnant of a postage stamp affixed to rear cover, 1 cm chip to spinestrip at both the head and tail. Contents very good, clean and bright. Peel (3) 650. Title of the English Version: 'Narrative of a journey to Manitoba: Together with an abstract of the Dominion Lands Act, and an extract from the government pamphlet on Manitoba.' Shantz was sent out to inspect land for the Russian Mennonites who subsequently settled in southern Manitoba.

876.
[1941] Galt, Sir Alex. T.. Church and State. Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1876. Octavo (22.3 cm x 15 cm), pp. [vi], 41, original grey printed paper covers with title-page reproduced in frame, pamphlet stitch binding. Dust soiled, nicks to head & tail of spine, light water stains (tide lines) to upper and lower cover edges and very lightly to title-page and rear blank, otherwise, except for mild toning to the edges, interior is clean and bright. Overall a very good copy.

877.
[1944] Dominion of Canada. Province of Ontario. [T.B. Pardee, Commissioner of Crown Lands]. The Algoma District and that part of the Nipissing District North of the Mattawan River, Lake Nipissing and French River, Their Resources, Agriculture and Mining Capabilities. Prepared under instruction from the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Toronto: Grip Printing and Publishing, 1884. Octavo (21.7 cm x 14.7 cm), pp. [5]-70, large 8-fold, 2-colour map, original printed pale green paper wrappers, stapled binding. Covers dust soiled, tanning to the edges of fist page (p.5), else very good, clean copy.

878.
[1967] Mowat, Oliver. The Separate Schools. The No-Popery Cry. Protestantism Not in Danger. Memorandum by the Hon. Oliver Mowat, Premier of Ontario, December 2, 1886. Toronto: C. Blackett Robinson, 1886. Octavo. (21.7 cm x 14.3 cm), pp. 20 (includes upper & lower cover). Original cream printed paper, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers dust-soiled, with browning around edges, else very good copy.

879.
[1998] Williams, W.H.. Manitoba and The North-West; Journal of a Trip from Toronto to the Rocky Mountains, via Lake Superior, Thunder Bay, Rat Portage, Winnipeg, Qu'Appelle, Prince Albert, Battleford, Ford Calgary and Ford McLeod. And Return via Edmonton, Touchwood Hill, Etc.. Toronto: Hunter, Rose & Company, 1882. Octavo. (22 cm x 15 cm), pp. xi, [1], [9]-258. Original grey printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Ink signature of prev. owner: 'R.H. Earle, Kingston, Ont.' Covers dust soiled, particularly at the spine and around edges, 2 small brown stains (2 cm x 2.5 cm & 1.5 cm x 2.5 cm) to upper cover extending within and diminishing through 24 leaves, else interior clean. Chipping to spine ends, with a very slight lean to the book. Peel (3) 1020. 'Williams, a journalist, accompanied the Marquis of Lorne, then Governor-General, through the West in 1881. He gives an informative description of the country. It appeared first as a series of letters in the 'Toronto Globe'.'

880.
[2023] Langstaff, M.P., and others. Major J.M. Langstaff: A Memorial. Toronto: Press of Miln-Bingham, [1917?], Octavo (23 cm x 16 cm), pp. 77, 3 portrait plates on a yellow-toned paper. Original dark cream printed card covers, sewn binding, deckled fore-edge. Covers darkened primarily to the spine and around edges, else near fine, clean copy.

881.
[2025] Seven Group Civil Affairs] Barraclough, Colonel John, et al. Cackle Magazine. [s.l. France?]: Produced in the B.L.A. by the Troops for the Troops, February 1945, First Edition. Octavo (21 cm x 15 cm), pp. 32, line-art. Original beige illustrated paper wraps with cover lettering in red on a black panel, stapled binding. Tanning to covers primarily around edges, else fine copy of the first publication of a rare World War II magazine. (Unsure if additional issues were ever published.) Contains an article by A.W. Dyas 'Why not Canada?' "At this moment some millions of men and women in the Services are wondering what life holds in store for them after the war. Can a picture of Canada, its development and openings, help to solve the problem?" - opening paragraph.

882.
[2076] Huguet-Latour, Louis-Adolphe, (1821-1904)] -. Annuaire de Ville-Marie Origine, Utilite et Progres des Institutions Catholique de Montreal. Premiere Annee, 1863. Montreal: Eusebe Senecal, 1864. Octavo (19.5 cm x 13.5 cm), pp. [xvi], 192. Original blue printed wrappers, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover. Ink signature to head of title-page, dated 1891, else interior clean and tight. Covers soiled, primarily spine and edges, chipping to head and tail of spine, tiny nick to lower edge of front cover, otherwise a very good copy.

883.
[2079] Spence, Thomas. The Prairie Lands of Canada; Presented to the World as A New and Inviting Field of Enterprise for the Capitalist, and New Superior Attractions and Advantages as a Home for Immigrants Compared with the Western Prairies of the United States. Montreal: Printed at the Gazette Printing House, 1879. Octavo. Original Printed Wrappers. (21.4 cm x 14.7 cm), Grey printed wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover. 56 pp. + 11 publ. adverts (including rear cover), 1 map; Contemporary light pencil signature of A[lexander] Kirkwood [1823-1901] at head of upper cover. Kirkwood, farmer, author and civil servant, wrote many articles and treatises which eventually earned him a position with the Ontario Crown Lands Department where he became a senior officer. Kirkwood’s most significant work as a government promoter of agricultural expansion was an officially sanctioned book entitled The undeveloped lands in northern & western Ontario . . . (1878), written with his colleague Joseph J. Murphy. He is remembered largely for the prominent role he played in the establishment of Ontario’s first and most famous provincial park, Algonquin Park. (see DCB online article by Gerald Killan). Interior crisp and clean. Covers soiled, primarily to spine and edges, otherwise a very good, tight copy. Peel (3) 896.

884.
[2084] Loranger, T.J.J.. Letters upon the Interpretation of the Federal Constitution known as The British North America Act, (1867,). First Letter. Quebec: Printed at the "Morning Chronicle" Office, 1884. Octavo (22.7 cm x 14.6 cm), pp. vii, 63. Original grey wrappers, title-page reproduced in frame to upper cover, sewn binding. Lightly soiled around the edges, small chip from upper outer corner, else near fine copy.

885.
[2092] La Societe de Colonisation du Lac Temiscamingue. Colonisation du Lac Temiscamingue et du Lac Kippewa ... sous le haut patronage de Mgr L'Archeveque D'Ottawa et Mgr L'Eveque de Pontiac. Ottawa: Ministere de L'Agriculture du Canada, 1888. Octavo (21.8 cm x 14.7 cm), pp. 48. Large, two-colour, folding frontispiece map. Original grey printed wrappers, title-page reproduced in frame to upper cover, stapled binding. Slightly soiled around the edges, chipping to tail of spine, else near fine copy. (Text in French); Villeneuve 4108.

886.
[2161] Hill-Tout, Charles. Later Prehistoric Man in British Columbia. From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada. Second Series - 1895-96. Volume I., Section II. English History, Literature, Archaeology, Etc.. Ottawa / Toronto / London: John Durie & Son / Copp-Clark / Bernard Quaritch, 1895. Octavo. (24.2 x 17.1 cm), pp. 103-122, 5 pages of illustrations + 1 text illustration. Gilt lettered, black cloth boards, original beige printed wrapper bound-in. Covers rubbed at tips and edges, nick to the spine, front hinge split though still tight, otherwise a very good copy with the text near fine.

887.
[2220] Election Law - Ontario] -. Election Cases. Reports of Decisions under the Dominion and Ontario Election Acts, and the Ontario Voters' Lists Act. 1891-1900 with a Table of the Names of Cases Reported, a Table of the Names of Cases Cited, and a Digest of the Principal Matters. Toronto: Canada Law Book Company, 1901. Reported under the Authority of The Law Society of Upper Canada. No. 2, Volume II. Octavo, pp. [169] - 181, 3 [blank], [vii - includes title-page] + errata. Khaki green printed covers, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, stapled binding, publisher's adverts on insides of front and rear covers, advert to rear cover. Text in 2 columns. Covers soiled, else very good, plus copy.

888.
[2224] Ontario. Prepared under Instructions from the Commissioner of Crown Lands. Dominion of Canada, Province of Ontario. Information for Intending Settlers. The Farming Lands of Algoma and North Nipissing. A Short Description of those parts of the Districts best adapted to Agricultural Purposes. Toronto: Printed by Warwick & Sons, 1885. Octavo. (21.8 cm x 14.5 cm), pp. 20, largely unopened. Original, fragile, tan printed wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Covers soiled, rear cover shows damp staining around margins, chipping with short tears, chipping to spine ends, else very good copy.

889.
[2228] Canada. Department of the Interior. Handbook of Information relating to The District of Algoma in the Province of Ontario. Letters from Settlers and others, and information as to Land Regulations. Issued under the authority of the Government of Canada (Minister of the Interior), at the request of the Algoma Land and Colonization Society. Printed by McCorquodale & Co., London, England, [ca. 1893], Octavo (21.1 cm x 13.9 cm), pp. 32, original printed tan paper wrappers, map on inside rear cover, illustration to inside front cover, list of Government Agents on rear cover, stapled binding, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover. Covers tanned primarily to margins, tail of spine chipped with small split, 3 minor nicks, 2 short closed tears to lower edge of rear cover, staples starting to oxidize, else a very good, tight, clean copy. Interesting chapter on "Lands in Algoma--Where and How to Obtain Them.--Ontario Free Grant and Twenty Cents an Acre Lands and Dominion Indian (Surrendered) Lands."

890.
[2229] Ontario. Department of Crown Lands (Prepared under instructions from Hon. J.M. Gibson, Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontario). Northern Districts of Ontario Canada: Nipissing, Temiscaming, Algoma, Thunder Bay, Wabigoon and Rainy River. Their Climate, Soil, Products; Agricultural, Timber, and Mineral Resources and Capabilities, With information as to How to Acquire Lands. . Toronto: Warwick Bro's & Rutter, 1899. Octavo (24.7 cm x 16.7 cm), pp. 112, original printed pink paper wrappers, stapled binding, frontispiece + 20 inserted plates of photos, huge folding map of townships open for settlement, large folding map of Rainy River district. Covers dust soiled, tanning to margins of text block, with deeper tanning around margins where the folding maps are placed. Otherwise a very good, tight copy a scarce item. "These pages, while applicable in great measure to the whole of the Free Grant Territory, are intended to have special reference to that part of the Algoma District between Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury, to the part of Nipissing District bordering on the Canadian Pacific Railway, to the Temiscaming Settlement, and to the Rainy River District, including the Thunder Bay District and the Wabigoon Settlement on the C.P.R. (in connection with the Government Pioneer Farm); all of which Districts are now easily accessible by railway or steamboat."

891.
[2230] Ontario. Department of Crown Lands (Prepared under instructions from Hon. J.M. Gibson, Commissioner of Crown Lands for Ontairo). Northern Districts of Ontario Canada: Nipissing, Algoma, Temiscaming, Wabigoon and Rainy River. Their Climate, Soil, Products; Agricultural, Timber, and Mineral Resources and Capabilities, With Information as to How to Acquire Lands. . Toronto: Warwick Bro's & Rutter, 1897. Fourth Edition (with Maps). Octavo (24.5 cm x 16.5 cm), pp. 96, original blue printed paper wrappers, stapled binding, 12 inserted plates of photos, 3 maps which include huge folding frontis. map of townships open for settlement, large folding map of Rainy River district near rear, and a text map: Plan of Dryden. Covers lightly dust soiled, some fading to spine and edges, 1 cm tear at head of spine along joint (not chipped), tiny corner curl, short (1.5 cm) closed tear at bottom edge of front cover, some tanning to margins of title-page (surrounding folded map). Otherwise a very good, tight copy of a scarce item. "It is the object of this pamphlet to render better known the capabilities of those parts of our undeveloped lands which for brevity's sake we are accustomed to call our Northern Districts,--namely, Eastern Algoma, North Nipissing, Temiscaming and the Rainy River country. The statements hereafter made are drawn principally from official sources, or other accurate information, and in most cases the authority is cited." - from the Intro.

892.
[2233] [Murray, Norman]. The Trial of Sandy Wright, Farmer, For Treason. Montreal: [Norman Murray, 1888?], Octavo. (23.8 cm x 15.7 cm), pp. 15, printed self-wraps, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers dust soiled, covers detached but present, lightly chipped, light vertical crease down centre where pamphlet was obviously folded, tanning to text margins, else a good copy of a rare Canadian pamphlet.

893.
[2245] Bell, Charles Napier.. Our Northern Waters; a Report presented to the Winnipeg Board of Trade regarding the Hudson's Bay and Strait. Being a Statement of their Resources in Minerals, Fisheries, Timber, Furs, Game ... Notes on the Navigation .. Meteorological and Climatic Data. Winnipeg: Board of Trade, [1884]., Octavo. (22.3 cm x 14.5 cm), pp. 78 + Contents leaf, errata to inside front cover, original printed paper wraps, sewn binding. Peel (3) 1200 notes two folding maps. This copy has two additional folding maps loosely inserted: 1) Map of the Dominion of Canada, shewing the extent and situation of its public lands, also its geographical relation to the British Isles. Published by order of the Hon. the Minister of the Interior, 1884. Coloured map, 57.5 cm x 28.5 cm. Shows great circle routes between Great Britain and Canada, including route from Liverpool to Fort York (Churchill). Light tanning to margins with faint damp stains to top margin and some nicks to bottom margin; 2) Map shewing proposed route of the Manitoba and Hudson's Bay Railway. Winnipeg: Bishop Co., n.d. In blue and white, 104 cm x 79 cm., near fine; Covers soiled, primarily to margins, dust soiling to margins of title-page and folded verso of rear map and adjacent blank. Otherwise, a very good copy enhanced by the two additional maps. In the fall of 1870 Bell, 1854-1936, travelled from Ontario to Fort Garry as a member of the Wolseley expedition. At the time of writing he was secretary of the Winnipeg Grain Exchange, and later became treasurer of the Winnipeg Board of Trade and a prominent and active member of the Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba.. Peel (3) 1200.

894.
[2248] Lovell, John (1810-1893). Statement of the Tenders for the Printing and Stationery required by the Corporation of the City of Montreal, for six years. John Lovell's Exposé of the Unfairness and Trickery of Two Members of the City Hall Committee, (...), Aided by their Chairman, .... Montreal: John Lovell & Son, 1881. Octavo. and Prompted by Patrick O'Meara, Assistant City Clerk; Alderman Allard acting as Whipper-in; George E. Desbarats, ex-Queen's Printer, Appointed by the City Hall Committee to examine Louis Perrault & Co.'s Accounts and to Certify their Correctness. Some idea may be formed of how he served the Tax Payer by looking at three of His Certificates ... John Lovell & Son Deprived of the Contract Because They Are Not French Canadians. The City Hall Committee Voted $1000, extra, of the Citizens' Money, to Patrick O'Meara, to keep Louis Perrault 'honest.' ... Montreal, Sept. 27, 1881. (22 cm x 14.5 cm), pp. 104, facsimiles, tables, grey printed paper wraps, sewn binding, 'Opinions of the Press' to rear and inside rear cover. Cover title reads: "John Lovell's Exposé of the Corporation Printing and Stationery Scandal!!!" Covers lightly soiled at the margins, pages 97-104 printed on different paper stock with tanning to the edges of this portion only. Otherwise an excellent copy of this most interesting complaint of fraud.

895.
[2249] Hincks, Sir Francis. The Political History of Canada Between 1840 and 1855. A Lecture Delivered on the 17th October, 1877, at the request of the St. Patrick's National Association with copious additions. Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1877. First Edition Thus. Octavo. (22 cm x 15 cm), pp. 88. Grey printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Covers soiled and stained, spine ends chipped, minor nicks to corners, light damp stains to bottom of rear cover and to bottom margin of last 7 leaves diminishing within (text not affected), small spot of damp staining to bottom margin of title-page and intro page, and along fore-edge. Otherwise, a very good copy (sounds worse than it is).

896.
[2250] National Liberal Federation of Canada] -. 7 Years of Liberal Administration Contrasted with 18 Years of Conservative Rule. [Political Pointers. No. 1]. Ottawa: s.n., Nov 15, 1903. Octavo. (24.5 cm x 16.8 cm), pp. 46. Grey printed paper wraps with etched portrait of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, stapled binding. Covers coming loose from the staples, chipped at staples, spine ends, and upper cover fore-edge, top corner of front cover detached and loosely inserted, soiling to margins, tanning to text margins. Otherwise a good copy of the first publication of this series attributed to the National Liberal Federation of Canada.

897.
[2255] The Bishop of Ontario, [John Travers Lewis (1825-1901)]. Three Lectures delivered in the Cathedral of St. George, Kingston, In Advent 1869 by The Bishop of Ontario. Montreal: Printed by John Lovell, 1871. Octavo. (21.5 cm x 14.5 cm), pp. 60, printed khaki coloured covers, sewn binding, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, inscribed "Epiphany 1878, Wm. A. Langton from [??] Jones." (I can't make out the name.) Langton (1854-1933) was the son of John Langton, became an architect and practised in Toronto. He was editor of a collection of his fathers letters entitled: "Early Days in Upper Canada." Lower cover and spinestrip missing, first gathering coming loose, tanning to margins of upper cover with chipping along spine edge and upper corner, front cover appears to have been repasted at spine edge to title-page, else good.

898.
[2263] Dawson, Rev. Aeneas McDonell. The North-West Territories and British Columbia. Ottawa: Printed by C.W. Mitchell, Office of the Free Press, 1881. Octavo. (20 cm x 15.5 cm), pp. iv, 232 (adverts p. 219-232), tipped-in errata slip, tables. Rebound in grey paper covers with mounted computer printed label, title-page and preface missing piece from bottom outer corner, crude tape repair to bottom centre of p.iii/iv. P. 1-128 printed on a different paper stock which has tanned, primarily to the margins, last 4 leaves (adverts) chipped with corner pieces missing. Otherwise, a good tight, clean copy. Lowther 592; Peel (3) 978. Dawson (1810-1894) was born at Redhaven, Banffshire, Scotland, ordained a Roman Catholic priest in 1835, and came to Canada in 1854. He published several volumes of verse. Besides this descriptive volume was the author a number of translations from the French, and of a history of "The Catholics of Scotland" (Ottawa, 1890).

899.
[2275] Holden, Mrs. John Rose. The Brant Family (A Primitive Civilization). [Hamilton, Ontario: s.n., 1904?], First Edition. 'Wentworth Historical Society' running title and at head of front cover title. Octavo (22.5 cm x 15 cm), pp. 33 + 3 inserted plates, 1 folding map, grey printed wrappers, stapled binding. Covers very lightly soiled, staples just beginning to oxidize, else near fine copy. Includes information about Brant's education, his family, his work as a peace mediator, his death, and his will. Watters p. 517.

900.
[2276] Borden, M.P., Mr. R.L.. The Naval Question. Speech Delivered by Mr. R.L. Borden, M.P. 12th January, 1910. [Ottawa: s.n., 1910?], Octavo. (22.5 cm x 15 cm), pp. 30. Original powder blue card covers, blindstamped title to upper cover (same as title-page), stapled binding, frontispiece portrait. Light fading, primarily to the edges, else near fine copy.

901.
[2286] United Empire Loyalist Association of Ontario] - . The United Empire Loyalist Association of Ontario. Constitution and By-laws, February 28th, 1896. [Toronto: The Association, 1896?], Printed by The Carswell Co., Ltd., Octavo. (21.7 cm x 14.6 cm), pp. 8, original printed blue wraps, stapled binding. Front and rear covers detached but present, covers lightly soiled and chipped, light crease to lower outer corner throughout text, very faint vertical crease where pamphlet may once have been folded; one contemporary ink addition to p.3, and several to the list of Officers on p.7. In red ink is the addition of Dr. G. Sterling Ryerson's name as President (he became the second President of the Association after the death of John Beverley Robinson), also in red ink is a correction of the name Charles Gamble, Q.C. to 'Clarke' Gamble, in black ink is the addition of 'Southern Branch" (Rt. Hon. D. Tisdale M.P ...), and under Honorary Vice-Presidents these names were added: The Earl of Carnwath, Maj. Gen. C.W. Robinson C.B., Sir Chas. Hibbert Tupper Q.C., K.C.M.G., and Lt. Col. Chas. Crutchley, Scots Guards D.A.A.G.

902.
[2287] McCarthy, Eugene. A Tale of Lake St. John comprising A Bit of History, A Quantity of Facts, and Plenitude of Fish Stories. Montreal: Desbarats & Co., [189-?], 12mo. Original Illustrated Wrappers. (17.7 cm x 12.7 cm), pp. 65, 66-68 adverts + frontispiece and 15 inserted half-tone photo plates. Cream, illustrated paper wraps, adverts to rear cover, inside rear cover and inside front cover, stapled binding. Covers lightly soiled, one small closed tear to bottom edge of front cover, spine chipped with 2.5 cm piece missing from tail, otherwise a very good plus copy of a fishing rarity. "To those whom Fortune has presented, from her store of gifts, the particular one most dear to lovers of the rod and gun, the desire to seek the haunts of fish and game, I dedicate this work. He who casts the fly, or he who prefers the gun, can find equally satisfying sport in the territory described." - from dedication.

903.
[2291] Argyll, John Douglas Sutherland Campbell, Duke of, . The Canadian North-West. Speech delivered at Winnipeg by His Excellency the Marquis of Lorne, Governor General of Canada, after his tour through Manitoba and the North-West, during the summer of 1881. Ottawa: s.n. [Department of Agriculture], 1882. Octavo. Original Printed Wrappers. (22 cm x 14.4 cm), pp. 22, side-notes, folding map, tan printed paper wraps, pamphlet-stitched binding. At head of cover: "To be ignorant of the North-West is to be ignorant of the greater portion of our Country", and below title: "The Universal Verdict - Expectations More than Realized." Covers lightly soiled, stamp at lower end of front cover: "From Depository of Emigration Literature, 33 York St., Toronto, W.R. Callaway, General Manager", address stamp to rear cover, department of Emigration plate to rear cover partially covering address stamp, else very good copy. "During the tour the Vice-Regal partly drove nearly 1,500 miles after leaving the Canada Pacific line at Portage la Prairie; hence no more reliable accounts could be obtained from any traveller than His Excellency was in a position to give, and his statements proclaim trumpet-tongued that the Land of Promise surpasses in richness of soil, grandeur of scenery, and gradations of climatology, any other country upon the American Continent." - Introduction.

904.
[2301] Yeigh, Frank (Compiler). By Direction of Hon. A.S. Hardy, Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Province of Ontario. The Rainy River District, Province of Ontario, Canada, An Illustrated Description of its Soil, Climate, Products, Area, Agricultural Capabilities and Timber and Mineral Resources. Together with The Laws and Information Pertaining to Free Grants and . Toronto: Printed by Warwick & Sons, 1892. Octavo. Title continues: Homesteads; to Mining and to the Preservation of Forests from Destruction by Fire. (24.5 cm x 16.5 cm), pp. iv, 52 + 4 inserted plates, large folding two-colour frontispiece map (appears to have been tipped-in upside down). Original salmon-coloured printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, stapled binding. Covers lightly soiled, piece missing from upper outer corner affecting the word "District" in title, a few short closed tears to bottom edge, else very good, clean copy. Includes the 1885 Act forming the District of Rainy River, the 1890 Free Grant and Homestead Act, Forms and Affidavits referred to in the Acts, and the Act to Preserve the Forests from Destruction by Fire.

905.
[2303] . A Sermon, Delivered on the Occasion of the Death of Cecilia, Wife of Peter White, Esq., of Pembroke. On the 23rd of February, 1852. Pembroke, C.W.: Printed at the office of the "Pembroke Observer.", 1855. (21 cm x 13.7 cm), pp. 10, plain pink wrapper, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers slightly soiled and faded around margins, else near fine copy of a pre-Confederation funeral sermon. TPL 5563.

906.
[2306] United Empire Loyalist Association of Ontario] - . The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Ontario. Annual Transactions. For the year ending March 8, 1900. . Toronto: The Church of England Publishing Co., 1900. Octavo. (22.2 cm x 15.5 cm), pp. 102, 3 inserted portrait plates, 1 map, 2 text illustrations. Beige printed card covers. Covers lightly soiled, with tanning to margins, chipping to spinestrip (appears to have been re-pasted), else a very good copy with obituary and historical and biographical sketches. Front cover reads: "The United Empire Loyalists' Association. Vol. III. Annual Transactions 1899-1900."

907.
[2307] Egerton, Helen Merrill (Editor). The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada. Annual Transactions. 1917-1926. . Toronto: Telford & Craddock, 1927. Octavo. (22.8 cm x 15.2 cm), pp. 176 (includes List of Members and Index, frontispiece photo portrait + 20 inserted black & whites plates printed one-side only. Beige printed card covers, green cloth backing. Three instances of the last name only, 'Servos', have been painstakingly cut away from the Index probably using an x-acto knife, else the interior is clean and bright. Covers soiled and creased, chips to corner tips with diagonal piece missing from rear lower corner, spine rubbed with chips at spine ends, else a very good copy. The Annual Reports run from page 19 to 38 only, the majority of text is primarily historical and biographical essays. Front cover reads: "The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada. Vol. VIII. Annual Transactions 1917-1926."

908.
[2310] Canada. Department of Public Works. [Dufresne, A.R. - District Engineer; Lafleur, Eugene D. - Chief Engineer]. Nelson River. Report upon Reconnaissance Survey, September-October, 1909. [Sessional Paper No. 19b - 1911]. Ottawa: Printed by C.H. Parmelee, [1911], Tall Octavo. (26 cm x 17.4 cm), pp. [vi], 44, large folding map at rear, 38 photos, 22 plans, tables, original printed blue wrappers, stapled binding. Covers soiled with stains to bottom edge, chips at spine ends, p.44 soiled around margins, 7 cm horizontal closed tear at centre fore-edge of p.37/38, otherwise interior very clean and bright, map fine. Overall a very good copy of a scarce item. Not in Peel.

909.
[2314] North West Territories. Department of Agriculture. The Canadian North-West Territories. An Official Handbook Containing Reliable Information Concerning Their Resources. Compiled and published under the direction of G.H.V. Bulvea, Commissioner of Agriculture, Canadian North-West Territories. Winnipeg: The Stovel, Co., Printers, 1901. Octavo. (25.5 cm x 17.3 cm), pp. 72, double-page map, 13 full-page photographic illustrations, tables, rubricated; Purple wrappers with maroon wheat sheaf decorations, mounted oval photo illustration, gilt lettering, stapled binding. Cover title: "Official Handbook. Canadian North-West Territories. Assiniboia. Saskatchewan. Alberta." Cover margins faded, primarily along spine, staples beginning to oxidise, map (centre sheet) has become loose from the staples, else very good copy.

910.
[2315] Laveleye, Emile de. On the Causes of War, and the Means of Reducing Their Number. Reprinted by Permission from "The Cobden Club Essays," Second Series, 1871-72. London: Peace Society, 1872. Octavo. (21.2 cm x 14 cm), pp. 55, tan printed wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Pencil signature on title-page of "J. Davis Barnett 9/82," possibly the civil engineer, railway superintendent, and great book collector, who came to Canada in 1866. Covers lightly soiled, chipping to spine and front lower corner tip, otherwise a very good copy. Reprinted in The Garland Library of War and Peace, 1971.

911.
[2316] Biggar, Lieut.-Colonel J. Lyons. Manual for use by The Canadian Army Service Corps and Quartermasters of the Canadian Militia AND Ready Reckoner for use of the Canadian Army Service Corps and Quartermasters of the Canadian Militia, Prepared by Lieut.-Colonel J.L. Biggar. Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, 1904. Small Octavo. (19.5 cm x 13.2 cm), pp. [1], 1-98; unpaginated [51]; line-drawings, tables. Plain tan wrappers, sewn binding. Handwritten ink note on title-page "The Property of ? Copy C.A.S.C.", previous owner's ink signature to front cover, covers soiled and stained, very light tide-lines in the fore-edge margin of approximately the first 20 leaves, diminishing within and not affecting text, else very good copy.

912.
[2322] Compiled and published under the direction of The Honourable W.T. Finlay, Minister of Agriculture. The Province of Alberta. An Official Hand Book containing Reliable Information concerning its Resources. Edmonton: Jas. E. Richards, Government Printer, 1907. Octavo. (21.5 cm x 14 cm), pp. 60, map, 58 photo illustrations, tables; grey illustrations card covers, stapled binding. Covers lightly soiled, else near fine copy. "Climate, healthfulness, educational facilities, government, fertility of the soil, natural resources and general opportunities are all matters which come under consideration by those looking to new lands."

913.
[2324] Roman Catholic Church. [Officially issued by Luigi Fransoni, Archbishop of Turin]. Sanctae Apostolicae Sedis responsa circa lucrum ex mutuo Ab Anno 1822, ad Febr. 1833. Marianopolis [Montreal]: Apud E.R. Fabre, ex typis L. Perrault, 1835. (18 cm x 10.7 cm), pp. [iv], 44, original plain grey paper wraps, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers very lightly soiled with minor nicks to tips, chipping to spine ends, else near fine copy of this pre-Confederation item. Text in Latin. Lande S-1984; Casey I, 1515; Gagnon 1, 3145.

914.
[2325] Roman Catholic Church. [Officially issued by Luigi Fransoni, Archbishop of Turin]. Sanctae Apostolicae Sedis responsa circa lucrum ex mutuo Ab Anno 1822, ad Febr. 1833. Marianopolis [Montreal]: Apud E.R. Fabre, ex typis L. Perrault, 1835. (18 cm x 10.7 cm), pp. [iv], 44, original plain grey paper wraps, pamphlet-stitched binding. Covers lightly soiled, chips to spine ends, 2 cm x 0.5 cm chip on rear cover fore-edge, small bit of soiling to text pages at that spot diminishing through a few leaves, chipping to the bottom outer corner of the rear cover, else very good copy of this pre-Confederation item. Text in Latin. Lande S-1984; Casey I, 1515; Gagnon 1, 3145.

915.
[2337] Toronto - Board of School Trustees, J.G. Beard, Chairman, G.A. Barber, Secretary. Report of the Past History, and Present Conditon [sic], of the Common or Public Schools of the City of Toronto. Toronto: Lovell & Gibson, 1859. Octavo. (21.8 cm x 15 cm), pp. 131, some unopened, original tan illustrated paper wrappers, title-page engraving by Whitney & Jocelyn, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, sewn binding. Lacking lower cover, upper cover soiled, corners and fore-edge chipped, nicks to top-edge, first and last gathering separated but present, spinestrip chipped, a little offsetting, else contents very good. Overall, a very good copy of a rare pre-confederation pamphlet. Not in TPL; Not in Casey. "Before submitting, for public information, the statistics of the City Public Schools, for the year 1858, it has been thought advisable, as this is the first occasion when a compendious Report has been published, that the past should be referred to, before noticing the present history of our Schools; and, accordingly, the following brief narrative of the rise and progress of the City Schools, from their inception and practical commencement, in 1844, up to the present time, has been prepared." - first paragraph. The schools were: The Western Auxiliary School; Trinity Street School; The Park School; Victoria Street School; Louisa Street School; John Street School; Phoebe Street School; and George Street School.

916.
[2341] Celtic Society, Montreal] - . Transactions of The Celtic Society of Montreal. Comprising some of the papers read before the Society during sessions 1884-85 to 1886-87. Montreal: W. Drysdale & Co., 1887. Octavo. (22.2 cm x 14 cm), pp. viii, 231, tan printed paper wraps, sewn binding. Covers lightly soiled, chipping and minor cracking to spinestrip, small pieces missing at head & tail, 10.5 cm slit at front cover joint, lower front and rear corners missing. Contents very good and clean. Among others, contents include: On the Origin and the Language of the Scottish Highlanders (Mr. Hugh MacLean); On the Early Settlement of the Lower Provinces by the Scottish Gael, &c. (Rev. D.B. Blair); The Early Settlement of Glengarry (Mr. John MacLennan, Ex-M.P.); The Literary Aspect of the Keltic Settlement in the Counties of Stormont and Glengarry (Mr. George Sandfield MacDonald, B.A.); The Celt in the North-West (Rev. Prof. Bryce, LL.D.); A Translation of the Oldest Celtic Document Extant, and of its Etruscan Companion (Professor Campbell, M.A.).

917.
[2347] Upper Canada. Parliament. House of Assembly. Address of Assembly. To His Excellency Sir George Arthur, Knight Commander of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Upper Canada, Major General Commanding Her Majesty's Forces therein, &c. &c. &c. S.l.: S.n., 1839. 21.4 cm x 13.5 cm, pp. 29, ii; Lacks original printed wrappers, now stapled into orange card covers with mounted white label, typed on label: "Upper Canada. Commission on the Public Service. 1839." Otherwise, contents very good and clean. TPL 2333; Fleming 1361.

918.
[2383] [Ontario Government - Immigration] Hardy, Arthur S (Commissioner of Immigration) & David Spence (Secretary Immigration Dept.). Ontario as a Home for the British Tenant Farmer Who Desires to Become His Own Landlord. Issued by Authority of the Government of Ontario. Toronto: Printed by Warwick & Sons, 1886. Octavo (22 cm x 14.2 cm), pp. 32, folding coloured map. Original litho'd paper wraps by Copp, Clark Co., Toronto. Ontario coat of arms to lower cover, stapled binding. Covers lightly dust soiled, particularly around edges, nick at head of spine, else fine copy. 2-page discussion of 'The Agricultural College and Model Farm', near the City of Guelph.

919.
[2393] United Empire Loyalist Association of Ontario] - . The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Ontario. Annual Transactions. For the year ending March, 1901, and March, 1902 . Toronto: Imrie, Graham & Harrap, Printers, 1903. Octavo. (22.6 cm x 15.3 cm), 153 pages plus frontispiece portrait, 13 inserted plates and 1 text illustration, tipped-in errata slip between pages 38-39. Light beige printed card covers. Covers lightly soiled, with tanning to margins and spine, chipping to spine tips (appears to have been re-pasted), else a very good copy consisting primarily of historical and biographical sketches. Front cover reads: "The United Empire Loyalists' Association. Vol. IV. Annual Transactions 1901and 1902."

920.
[2394] United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada]. The United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada. Annual Transactions. 1904 to 1913 . Brampton, Ontario: The Conservator Book Department, 1914. Octavo. (23.2 cm x 15.5 cm), 170 pages plus frontispiece portrait, 10 inserted plates and 8 text illustrations (1 full-page). Brown printed card covers. Covers lightly soiled, nicks to spine tips, interior lightly tanned primarily around margins, else a very good copy consisting primarily of historical and biographical sketches. Front cover reads: "The United Empire Loyalists' Association. Vol. VI. Annual Transactions 1904 to 1913."

921.
[2395] United Empire Loyalist Association of Canada]. Sesqui-Centennial Number 1935. Transactions [Toronto Branch]. Toronto (Charter Branch): United Empire Loyalists' Association of Canada, 1935. Octavo. (23 cm x 15.5 cm), 197 pages, frontispiece portrait plus 33 full-page illustrations. Yellow printed card covers. Slight lean, covers lightly soiled to margins, nicks to head of spine, else a very good copy consisting primarily of historical and biographical sketches.

922.
[2396] National Liberal Federation of Canada] - [Wilfrid Laurier]. Political Pointers No. 3. PLEDGES REDEEMED. Platform of the Liberal Party. S.l.: s.n., Issued June, 1900. Octavo. (22.2 cm x 15 cm), pp. 16, original pink printed paper wraps. Covers detached but present, small chips to edges, piece missing from upper cover at spine end, not affecting cover text or illustration, page edges tanned.

923.
[2407] One Who Knows [Pseudonym] . THE GIBBET OF REGINA. The Truth About Riel. Sir John A. Macdonald and his Cabinet before Public Opinion. New York: Thompson & Moreau, 1886. First Edition. Octavo. (20.2 cm x 14.4 cm), pages: 200. Illustrated with a frontispiece + 4 portrait plates from drawings. With the fragile, original printed light green wrappers, stapled binding. Large chips from the head and tail of the spine, pieces missing from the lower rear cover and lower fore-edge, frontispiece has detached (but is loosely inserted), otherwise the text-block is clean, tight and square. A very nice copy of this scarce and important work written only months after Louis Riel's execution in November 1885. Scarce in the original wrappers. (Ref.: Peel (3) 1515). "This book was first published in New York in 1886. It is a rather subjective analysis of the troubles of 1870 and 1885 accompanied by a series of newspaper articles carefully chosen to support its bitter and malevolent point of view. According to this study, Louis Riel was the victim of a well-orchestrated plot by the Canadian Orangists supported by the Canadian government. His only crime was that he defended the fundamental rights of his countrymen." - Canada Annotated Bibliography - online (Mount Allison University).

924.
[2488] [Lacasse, Pierre Zacharie]. DIFFICULTE SCOLAIRE DE MANITOBA par Questions et Réponses a la Portee de Tous. Quebec: Leger Brousseau, 1897. First Edition. Original Printed Wrappers. 16 cm x 11.5 cm, pp. 64. Original speckled rose paper wrappers, printed in black, single staple binding. Corner tear to first two leaves, tanning to page margins, else very good copy.

925.
[2693] Vauxcelles, Louis. - Preface. [Art Association of Montreal]. EXPOSITION D'ART FRANCAIS, January, February 1909. Paris: Henri Guiton, 1909. Octavo. Soft Cover. Pp. 39, Illustrated wrappers, sewn binding. Bold pencil signature across title-page of Antonio Perrault (1880-1955), an important Quebec lawyer, teacher and author. Both upper and lower cover detached but present, signatures a little loose but holding, spinestrip chipped, paper tanned around margins. Quite scarce. Louis Vauxcelles (1870-1945) was an influential French art critic. To him are attributed the terms Fauvism (1905), and Cubism (1908).

926.
[S1189] Blake, William Hume, 1809-1870.. Separate Report of Mr. Blake's Speech on the Rebellion Losses.. Montreal: Higman & Donoghue, Place d'Armes, 1849. Octavo (24.2 cm x 15.7 cm), pp. 31. Original plain pink wrappers, pamphlet stitched binding. Contemporary ink signature of 'Hon. J.A. Irving' [Jacob Aemilius Irving, 1797-1856] to upper cover. Irving came to Upper Canada in 1834 and settled in the Niagara peninsula. In 1843 he was appointed the first warden for the district of Simcoe by the Governor-General, and was called to the Legislative Council of Canada. In the Council he was a supporter of Baldwin and Lafontaine. Lower cover detached but present. Wraps a little soiled and chipped, otherwise fine. TPL 2957. Blake disagreed with the Reform government's introduction of a bill to reimburse for losses incurred during the rebellion in Lower Canada in 1837-38. On Feb. 15 and 16, 1839, as Solicitor-General, "he delivered a major speech on the bill, analyzing the Upper Canadian political situation in pre-rebellion days, and taking as his theme the difference between self-serving loyalty to the person of a governor and his misguided policies and a higher loyalty to the maintenance of a free constitution." The incendiary speech resulted in several duelling challenges, one issued by John A. Macdonald. See DCB X, p. 57.

927.
[S3491] War of 1812.. Fifth Series of Historical Documents. Published under the Auspices of "The Literary and Historical Society of Quebec".. Quebec: Printed at the"Morning Chronicle" Office, 1877., 8vo., pp. 152, original paper wrappers. Covers chipped and lightly soiled, contents very good. All the items deal with events prior to the War of 1812; from the 'Leopard' and 'Chesapeake' incident, 1807, to the declaration of War, 1812.

928.
[S409] McLeod, Malcolm.. The Pacific Railway. Britannicus' Letters from the Ottawa Citizen.. Ottawa: "Citizen" Printing and Publishing, 1875. Octavo. (21.8 cm x 15 cm), pp. 42, original mauve/grey printed paper wrappers. Covers faded and chipped, small closed pull on front cover repaired on the verso with cello tape, tops of pages 25-42 torn with no loss of text, 2 leaves (p. 21/22, 23/24) contain closed vertical cuts without loss, else good. Passionate arguments for the building of the Pacific railway; McLeod, 1821-99, (aka Britannicus) "was concerned about the future of the Pacific Railway scheme during the tenure of office of the Mackenzie government. During those years he sought to keep the project alive with letters in the press and pamphlets." He lived to see the line completed. Rare. Peel (3) 721.

929.
[S4140] McGee, Thomas D'Arcy - Robert D. McGibbon.. Thomas D'Arcy McGee. An Address delivered before the St. Patrick's Society of Sherbrooke, P.Q. by Robert D. McGibbon of Montreal, Barrister, March 17th, 1884. Montreal: Dawson Brothers, 1884., 8 vo., pp. 19, original brown printed paper wraps. Covers very slightly dust soiled and chipped, small portion of front wrap has adhereed to t.-p. else very good.

930.
Boyle, David.. Fourth Annual Report of the Canadian Institute, (Session of 1890-91.) Being an Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Education, Ontario . Toronto : Printed by Warwick & Sons, 1891. Octavo. Inscribed. (24.5 cm x 16 .8 cm), pp. 89, colour plate of porcupine quill work, 162 illustrations, original printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover. INSCRIBED at head of front cover "With comps. of D Boyle." Covers chipped and dust soiled, apart from minor stains contents on whole very good. Includes contributions by G.E. Laidlaw and A.F. Chamberlain. Boyle, 1842-1911, self-taught archaeologist and ethnologist became an authority on the archaeology of Ontario , and was appointed curator of the museums of the Canadian Institute and the Ontario Dept. of Education.

931.
From the Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada . Third Series - 1911, Volume V, Section II. Traditional History of the Confederacy of the Six Nations. Prepared by a Committee of the Chiefs. Presented by Duncan C. Scott. Ottawa : Printed for the Royal Society of Canada , 1912. (24.7 cm x 16.6 cm), pp. 195-246. Brown printed paper wraps, stapled binding. Spine gently rubbed, else near fine copy. Contains the story of the 'Constitution of the Five Nations Confederacy' and 'The Ceremony Called, "At the Wood's Edge"'.

932.
Barbeau, C.M.. Wyandot Tales, Including Foreign Elements. [Reprinted from the Journal of American Folk-Lore, Vol. XXVIII., No. CVII, January-March, 1915]. [ Ottawa ]: [Journal of American Folk-Lore, 1915], 1915. Octavo (25.2 cm x 16 cm), pp. [83]-95 (one unopened). Peach printed paper wraps, stapled binding. Covers soiled, primarily around edges, else very good copy.

933.
Maclean, J.] -. Transactions of The Canadian Institute. Supplement to No. 9, Vol. 5, Part 1. Plates to Accompany Dr. Maclean's Paper on Picture-Writing of the Blackfeet. Toronto : Murray Printing Company, 1898. Octavo. (26 cm x 16.3 cm). Peach coloured printed paper wraps, containing 3 black & white plates, printed one-side, loosely inserted. Covers a little soiled and chipped, else near fine.

934.
Ontario . The Legislative Assembly; Sessional Paper No. 77; W.J. Hanna (Provincial Secretary). Return to an Address to His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor praying that there be laid before the House copies of all papers and correspondence regarding the settlement of the Indian claim of Northern Ontario known as Treaty No. 9, together with a copy of . Toronto : L.K. Cameron, Printer to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, 1908. Title continues: the Treaty as finally agreed upon. Presented to the Legislative Assembly, By Command, W.J. Hanna, ... Provincial Secretary's Office, Toronto , April 6th, 1906. Printed by Order of the Legislative Committee of Ontario . Octavo (24.3 cm x 16.5 cm), pp. 74. Terra cotta printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced in frame to front cover, stapled binding. Light soiling around edges, rear cover split at top 6 cm of joint, chip to outer corner rear cover, chips to spine ends, otherwise very good copy.

935.
Smith, Harlan I.. Prehistoric British Columbia . Reprinted from page 14 of the January, 1901, edition of Popular Science News, New York . [ New York ]: [Popular Science News, 1901], 1901. Octavo. (21.7 cm x 14.8 cm). White, homemade card folder with typed title, containing a scarce separate offprint of 4 pages with illustrations. Fragile leaflet split at the fold, chips to bottom edge, otherwise quite good.

936.
Various. Memoires de La Societe Royale du Canada Section 1 / Transactions of The Royal Society of Canada Section II. [ Ottawa ]: [The Royal Society of Canada ], Third Series, Volume XXX, Sections I & II, Meeting of May, 1936, 1936. Octavo. (24.9 cm x 16.3 cm), pp. [iv], [1]-131; [1]-192 + 2 plates; maps, illustrations, original brown printed paper wraps, title-page reproduced on front cover, sewn binding. Spine gently browned, a few corner creases, else very good copy. The French section contains an article: L'oeuvre manuscrite ou imprimee des Recollets de la Mission du Canada (Province de Saint-Denis), 1615-1629. Par le R.P. Hugolin Lemay. The English section contains, among others: Shell-beads of the Beothuk Indians, by W.J. Wintemberg, The Walpole Indian, by Bert Hudgins, and A New Relic of the Jesuit Mission of 1640-41 in Western Ontario, by Hartley M. Thomas.

937.
Musee National du Canada. Rapport annuel, 1928. Bulletin 62. Ottawa: Canada Ministere des mines. Musee National du Canada / F.A. Acland, Imprimeur de sa Tres Excellente Majeste le Roi, 1930. Octavo. (24.8 x 16.6 cm), pp. 23. Beige printed card covers, stapled binding. Tiny nick at spine end, else near fine copy. Text in French. Similar to the English version published in 1929, except does not contain the essays by Diamond Jenness and P.A. Taverner.

938.
Pilling, James Constantine. Bibliography of the Salishan Languages. Washington , DC : Smithsonian Institution - Bureau of Ethnology / Government Printing Office, 1893. Octavo. (24.5 x 16 cm), pp. [xiii], 86; 4 facsimiles. Grey printed paper wraps, stapled binding. Unopened, uncut copy. Lightly soiled covers with tanned spine and margins, spine chipped primarily at head & tail, else very good copy.

939.
Boyle, David (Curator of the Archaeological Museum of Ontario ). On the Paganism of the Civilised Iroquois of Ontario . London : Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland , (Reprinted from the Journal of the Anthropological Institute, Vol. XXX (- N.S., Vol. III). July-December, 1900), Quarto. (28 cm x 18.8 cm), pp. 263-273. Green printed card covers, pamphlet-stitched binding. Cover margins faded to brown, first text page (p.263) tanned with soiling to edges, else quite good.

940.
Mackenzie, Alexander. With an Introductory Note by George M. Dawson, Assistant Director, Geological Survey of Canada . Descriptive Notes on Certain Implements, Weapons, &c., from Graham Island, Queen Charlotte Islands , B.C.. [S.l.: s.n., 1891?]. Section II, 1891. Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada . (Read May 27, 1891), Quarto. (29.8 cm x 22.3 cm), pp. 45-59 + 2 plates. Peach-coloured printed wraps, sewn binding. Lacking rear cover. Fragile front cover chipped along bottom edge and spine, cover dust soiled, otherwise a very good copy of a scarce item. (Not found in Lowther).

941.
McGuire, Joseph D.. Pipes and Smoking Customs of the American Aborigines, Based on Material in the U.S. National Museum . Washington (DC): Government Printing Office, 1899. Octavo (24.5 cm x 16 cm). Original salmon-coloured printed wrappers, title-page reproduced on front cover, pamphlet-stitched binding. From the Report of the U.S. National Museum for 1897, pages: 349 - 645 with 5 plates (frontispiece and 4 maps). Profusely illustrated throughout with 239 text figures. Top edge trimmed, others deckled. Chipping to spine ends and fore-edge, 4 cm part at tail of front cover and spine edge, front cover and deckled edges dust soiled, else very good copy, interior bright and clean. Contents include: Mexican and Pueblo tubular pipes; Tubular pipes of the North American Indians generally; Early references to the use of tobacco; Pipe bowls without stems; Heavy animal and bird pipes; Use of pipes and tobacco by the whites; Monitor pipes; Rectangular pipes; Micmac pipes; Disk pipes; Iroquoian pipes; Bird pipes; Calumet and wampum; Mound pipes; Double conoidal pipes; Idol pipes; Great pipes; The calumet dance; Catlinite and Siouan types; Pipes of the Northwest coast; Miscellaneous Pueblo pipes; Delaware types; Indeterminate types; Southern types; Some unique types; Atlantic coast pipes; Southern mound pipes; Summary; and Additional notes.

942.
Corser, Rev. H.P.. Legendary Lore of the Alaska Totems. Juneau , Alaska : Purity Pharmacy, Printed by Alaska Daily Record, 1910. 27 cm x 17.2 cm, unpaginated [30 pages + 9 pages with mounted (pasted-on) illustrations], a total of 13 illustrations (complete), all mounted. Original printed wrappers with yapp edges, two-holed ribbon binding and staples, illustration mounted to front cover. Yapp edges chipped with short tears, as usual, large chip missing from head of spine, otherwise a very good, clean and complete copy of a rare item. "The aim in this book has been simply to describe briefly the totems, and the legends connected with them. All these poles may be seen in the usual tourist visit to Southeastern Alaska . No totem is treated in this work which has not been ceremonially erected." - from the Conclusion. Contents include: The Story of the Thlinget People The Legend of the Raven The Legend of the Eagle The Legend of the Kayak The Legend of Ka-ha-sa-li The Legend of the Beaver The Legend of the Kit Chief Shake's House and Totems The Legend of the Wolf Chief Johnson's Totem Sitka Memorial Totem Notes on Kassan Conclusion.


943. The Speech I'll Never Give or What I Would Say If I Were Running For Parliament As An NDP Candidate - Which I'm Not / by Munroe Scott. 2010.

944. Western Canada Pictorial Index. University of Winnipeg. 1979.

945. Darling Insurance date calendar, 2011. "Old School Days". Includes brief information about the following schools: Dummer School S.S. #1; Queensborough School S.S. #3; Rylstone Union School (Hastings County); Mountain View School S.S. #11 (Prince Edward County); Brickley School S.S. #5 (Northumberland County); Limerick Lake School S.S. #3 (Hastings County); Wallbridge School (Quinte West); Johnson's Corners School S.S. #7 (Hastings County); Carman School S.S. #13 (Brighton Township); River Valley School S.S. #19; Centre School S.S. #7 (Prince Edward County); Warsaw S.S. #3.

946. Petroglyphs Provincial Park. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, n.d.

947. Petroglyphs Provincial Park. Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, n.d.

948. The Teaching Rocks. [Petroglyphs Provincial Park]. Ontario [Ministry of Natural Resources], n.d.

949. Catholic Herald. Easter 2010. (Peterborough Diocese). "Towards a Catholic College: Message from Bishop De Angelis"

950: The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms - A Plain Language Version: A discussion paper. Native Women's Association of Canada, n.d.

951: Aboriginal Women: Meeting the Challenges. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, n.d. (French version included).

952: The Ontario Status of Women Council, n.d.

953: The Telephone and How We Use It / The Bell Telephone Company of Canada, ca. 1920s

954: Fundamentals of Blueprint Reading, Canadian General Electric Co. Limited / Prepared by W.A. Taylor, Supervisor: Aircraft Instrument Drafting, and F. Bowness, Chief Draftsman, C.G.E. Peterborough Works, 1943

955: Massey-Harris Circa 1914 Catalog: Algrove Publishing Classic Reprint Series, 2004 (farm equipment catalogue)

956: For the Peaceful and Safe Use of the Atom / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

957: Airborne Troops. The Armed Forces of the USSR. Mikhail Arabin / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

958: The First Anniversary of the INF Treaty / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

959: From Woman's Viewpoint. Natalia Satz / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

960: Soviet Sport: The Way to Medals / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

961: Nikita Khrushchev: Life and Destiny / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

962: Glimpses of the Revolution / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1987.

963: Gennadi Yagodin: Towards Higher Standards in Education through its Humanization and Democratization. Report by the Chairman of the USSR State Committee on Public Education to the All-Union Congress of Public Education Workers / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, 1989.

964: The Revolution Continues. Going Back to Lenin. The October Revolution and Perestroika / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

965: Expert Opinion: Perestroika Demands Judicial Reform. Vladimir Terebilov / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

966: Expert Opinion: To Replace Bureaucratic Rule with the Rule of Law. Alexander Sukharev / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

967: Expert Opinion: Without Culture there can be no Democracy. Vasily Zakharov / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

968: A Common European Home as Seen by Journalists. Materials of the international meeting of members of the mass media from states participating in the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

969: Expert Opinion: The Helsinki Process: A New Dimension. Yuri Kashlev / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

970: This is the USSR: Power Engineering. Rustam Akhmedov, Yuri Slyusarev / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

971: This is the USSR: Sports. Boris Khavin / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

972: Information Bulletin: Documents of the Communist and Workers' Parties Articles and Speeches / Peace and Socialism International Publishers. Volume 23. 1985.

973: Organ of the Soviet Peace Committee: Century and Peace / Volume 6, 1985. (2 copies)

974-981: The Struggle of Ideas in the Contemporary World. Supplement / The Novosti Press Agency, volume 3 1984; volume 5, 1984; volume 6, 1984; volume 1, 1985; volume 3, 1985; volume 4, 1985; volume 5, 1985; volume 1, 1986.

982: Commission of the Ukrainian SSR for UNESCO. Bulletin 2 (28), 1984.

983: Soviet Power Engineering: Problems and Prospects: An APN-sponsored round-table discussion by prominent scientists and specialists / Novosti Press Agency Almanac for Soviet Science and Technology, 1988.

984: The Soviet Economy: A Look into the Future / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

985: USSR in 1988 / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

986: The Children of Freedom. Marina Vasilyeva / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

987: A New International Economic Order: Supporters and Opponents. Valentin Shchetinin / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

988: On the Agrarian Policy of the CPSU in the Present Conditions. Mikhail Gorbachev / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1989.

989: Expert Opinion: Vladimir Kabaidze "We have Initiated Changes in the Machine-Tool Industry" / Novosti Press Agency Publishing House, Moscow, 1988.

990: Arctic in Colour. Published by the Government of the Northwest Territories Department of Information. Spring, 1975.

991: No-Till Users' Manual: Corn-Soybean Rotation. Midwest Edition. Agronomic Development Center, BASF Corporation. January, 1990.

992: Meech Lake: Setting the Record Straight. Sponsored by Canadians for a Unifying Constitution with the Cooperation of The Friends of Meech Lake. Ottawa. January, 1990.

993: First Century of Freedom. John Hope Franklin / United States Information Service, American Embassy. 1912.

994: The Hahn Family of Artists. Gustav Hahn, Ellen Smith Hahn, Sylvia Hahn, Hilda Hahn Hooke. Exhibition March 14 to April 5, 2001 / D&E Lake Ltd., Fine Arts.

995: Oral Testimony and Community History: A Guide / The Multicultural History Society of Ontario. Researched and Written by Lillian Petroff. Toronto, 2002.

996: Draft Bill of the Sovereignty of Quebec / Tabled by Jacques Parizeau (Prime Minister. Quebec Official Publisher, 1994.

997: Non a l'entente de Charlottetown Pour un avenir qui nous Ressemble! Une brochure d'information du Regroupment des quebecoises pour le non a l'occasion du referendum du 26 octobre 1992 / Michel Hebert / Les Impressions J.L. Inc. n.d.

998: Intimate Images: 129 Dageurreotypes 1841-1857. The Phyllis Lambert Gift / National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1988.

999: American Indian Dance Theatre / presented by Barbara Schwei, Allem M. Shore and James Bourne. n.d.

1000: 1977 Calendar of Native Headdresses / Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre. 1977.

1001: The Story of Snowsnake / Woodland Indian Cultural Educational Centre. n.d.

1002: CASNP Phoenix. A Publication of the Canadian Alliance in Solidarity with the Native Peoples / Special International Edition, Winter, 1995.

1003: Mackinac History. An Informal Series of Illustrated Vignettes / Mackinac Island State Park Commission, Volume II, leaflet no. 1, 1972.

1004: Ipperwash: Tragedy to Reconciliation / Union of Ontario Indians Participation. ca. 2000s.

1005: Subject to Change. The Magazine of Non-Violent Resistance in Canada. Issue 13.1990.

1006: (4 Items, ca. 1990s) (1) Oak Ridges Moraine Natural Heritage System (map); (2) The Oak Ridges Moraine Planning Study / Published by the Oak Ridges Moraine Technical Working Committee; (3) The Oak Ridges Moraine Planning Study Progress Report & Public Consultation Programme / Published by the Oak Ridges Moraine Technical Working Committee, vol. 2, no. 1. 1993; (4) Oak Ridges Moraine Citizens' Advisory Committee Newsletter / "An Ecological Approach to the Protection & Management of the Oak Ridges Moraine Area." vol. 3, no. 1. 1994.

1007: Training in the Information Sciences: An Interdisciplinary Approach / The Bertha Bassam Lecture in Librarianship. Lecturer: David Larson. University of Toronto Faculty of Library Science, Toronto Area Archivists' Group. No. 4. 1975.

1008: A Crown of Maples: Constitutional Monarchy in Canada / The Department of Canadian Heritage, 2008.

1009: Millbrook Messenger 1879-1979. The Millbrook and Cavan Historical Society Commemorates Millbrook's Centennial. [1979].

1010: Peterborough Cricket Association (2-page printout of information pertaining to the PCA, [2010]).

1011: Algonquin Provincial Park Master Plan Highlights / Ministry of Natural Resources, 1974.

1012: Trent University. Surface Canada '91. Program and Abstracts. 13th Canadian Seminar on Surfaces, May 28-30, 1991, Trent University. Organized by the Surface Science Division of the CSC/CAP.

1013: The Alway Indian Relic Collection / by Wilfrid Jury. 1946.

1014: Bottoming Out:  An Informal Record of Study and Exploration by Members of the Canal Society of ew York State.    Vol. 1, no. 1 (Oct. 1956);  Vol. 1, no. 3-4 (July 1957); Vol. 2, no. 2 –  Vol. 3/4 (Jan. 1958-July 1958).

1015: Canada Before Cartier / National Museum of Man, 1969.

1016: A Canoe from the Penobscot River / by Wendell S. Hadlock and Ernest S. Dodge. 1948.

1017: The Champlain Monument at Orillia / Champlain Tercentenary Committee. 1925?

1018: Caughnawaga Historical Society Bulletin Vol. 2, no. 3 (Sept. 1963).

1019: We, the Members of the Akwesasne Mohawk Counselor Organization, Honor and Revere Those, Our Ancestors, Who Fought and Died for their Country. [poster with illustrations of specific individuals] n.d.

1020: The Church of England in Brantford / presented by His Majesty’s Chapel of the Mohawks, Rev. Horace w. Snell, Rector. 1936.

1021: David Fife and Red Fife Wheat / by Jean Murray Cole. 1992.

1022: The Dene:  Land and Unity for the Native People of the Mackenzie Valley : A Statement of Rights / published by the Dene of the N.W.T. 1975?

1023: The Deterrent that Isn’t …: Questions and Answers on Canada and the Nuclear Swindle / by Peter Pentz; cartoons by Tim Williamson. 1982?

1024: Nuclear Myths:  A Manual for Practical Peacemakers / by Peter Pentz, cartoons by Tim Williamson, cover design, Delaine Faulkner. 1985?

1025: The University Corporatization Shift: A Longitudinal Analysis of University Admission Handbooks from 1980-2010 / by Cliff Davidson, 2013. (Note: Trent University included in analysis) 

1026: An Elm Bark Canoe in the Peabody Museum of Salem / by William N. Fenton and Ernest Stanley Dodge. 1949.

1027: For the Record: a Guide to Archive Management / by Jim Aikens. 1976?

1028: The Frozen Past:  The Yukon Ice Patches / edited by Patricia Halladay. 2011.

1029: A Guide to the Trails of Silent Lake Provincial Park / Ontario Parks. n.d.

1030: A Guide to the Preservation of Archival Materials = Guide pour la preservation des documents archivistiques / Public Archives of Canada. 1977.

1031: An Historical Guide to Prince Edward County Ontario / prepared and published the Prince Edward Historical Society. 1965.

1032: Historical Sketch of the Town of Barrie:   Prepared for the Occasion of Laying the Memorial Stone of the New Post Office, Customs House and Post Office Inspector’s Offices by Hon. Sir Hector Langevin, C.B., K.C., M.G., Minister of Public Works, Dominion of Canada Wednesday, October 8th, 1884.  Reprinted with added notes and illustrations by the Simcoe County Historical Association, 1978.

1033: The Historical Stone House Tour 1837-1851 / sponsored by the Peterborough Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee, September 15. 2012, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 2012.

1034: History in the Baking : Helen Burbidge Explores Recipes of Yesterday and Today in Huronia’s Simcoe County / by Helen Burbidge. 1964.

1035: Ice Age Klondike: Fossil Treasures from the Frozen Ground / written by Grant Zazula and Duane Froese; edited by Patricia Halladay. 2011.

1036: Indian Lore, Merit Badge series / Boy Scouts of America. 1961.

1037: Investiture, Tuesday March 30th, 2004, in the Chapel of Knox College, Toronto / The Priory of Eastern Canada, The Order of the Hospitallers.

1038: Lion in the Wilderness: the 200th Anniversary of British Rule in Detroit (1760-1796) / by Daniel B. Reibel ; with introduction by Henry D. Brown, Director, Detroit Historical Museum. 1960.

1039: The New Life : a souvenir booklet for newly received members of the United Church of Canada / by Rev. D.A. Cowan. 1934.

1040: Onondaga Historical Association Bulletin [various issues 1953-1962].

1041: Quarter Century Club Twenty-fifth Annual Banquet, Horizon Room, Rock Haven, November 2nd, 1972, Peterborough, Ontario / Peterborough Utilities Commission.

1042: Rice Lake Reflections / Cobourg Art Gallery 30 Nov. to 22 Dec. 1973.

1043: “The Real Hiawatha” / by William L Bryant in Roger Williams Naturalist (v. 2, no. 1, April 1930).

1044: Scene Theatre Magazine (v.2, no. 40, 1965 and v. 3, no.1, 1965).

1045: Sermon Delivered on Occasion of Unveiling & Dedication of Memorial Stone  in Memory of Lieutenant Philip Elmhirst, R.N./  by Rev. John Fullerton, M.A., Keene at Century Village Ontario. 196?.

1046: Serpent Mounds Provincial Park. 197?.

1047: Towards a Transformed World [kit of pamphlets] / Education Department, Development & Peace. 1972.

1048: War for Power and Power for Freedom / by Lionel Gelber and Robert K. Gooch.  [America in a World at War no. 2] 1940.

1049: What About the Russians ?/ by Sanford Gottlieb. 1982.

1050: When the Crees Moved West / by Chief Buffalo Child Long Lance. 1923?

1051: The Wreck of the A.J. Goddard: a Sternwheeler from the Days of the Klondike Gold Rush / Lindsay Thomas, Doug Davidge and John Pollack. 2012.

1052: Your 1966 Rice Lake District Guide.

1053: En-me-gah-bowh's Story / reprint of the [1902] edition by Diocese of Minnesota, September 2013 (donated by Stephen Schaitberger).

1054. From Past Tense to Future Perfect / Anne McDiarmid. 29 March 1990.

1055. Archives and Canadian Studies / [Thomas H.B. Symons]. Final draft, 9 January 1975.

1056. The Transfer of Ontario Vital Statistics Records to the Archives of Ontario: What, When, and How? / Ontario Ministry of Culture and Communications. July 1990.

1057. Report of the Advisory Committee on Land Registry Office Records for Ontario. March 1990.

1058. Trent Canal System, 1953, Improved Natural Waterway Connecting Lake Ontario and Georgian Bay. Department of Transport. 1953.

1059. Art Gallery of Peterborough, Edition 11, Summer 2014; also Edition 14, Fall/Winter 2015.

1060. The Mysteries at St. Cuthbert's / Graham Cotter. 1987.

1061. Morris and Mediaevalism: A bibliography selected and annotated by John Fleming. London: William Morris Centre. 1976.

1062. Catalogue of the Egypt Exploration Society's Exhibition of the Results of the Recent Excavations at Amarna and Armant and of a Loan Exhibition of Egyptian Jewellery, Wellcome Historical Medical Museum, 8th September to 3rd October 1931.

1063. 1930, Antiquities of Ur: An Introduction to the Eighth Temporary Exhibition of the Joint Expedition of the British Museum and of the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania to Mesopotamia / C. Leonard Woolley. 1930.

1064. 1929, Antiquities of Ur: An Introduction to the Eighth Temporary Exhibition of the Joint Expedition of the British Museum and of the Museum of the University of Pennsylvania to Mesopotamia / C. Leonard Woolley. 1929.

1065. Women Behind Bars: A New Play / Tom Eyen. 1975.

1066. The Front Line, published by The De Laval Company, Limited, Peterborough (5 issues): No. 825, 12 December 1941; No. 833, 6 February 1942; No. 844, April 24, 1942; No. 853, June 26, 1942; No. 844, 24 April 1942.

1067. Unveiling of War Memorial. Warkworth Branch No. 380 Canadian Legion B.E.S.L. 5 June 1949.

1068. Youth, Volume 19 Number 17. The Indian. 22 September 1968.

1069. Extract from Script Titled: Beads as a Dating Medium in the Proto-Historical Archaeology of Southern Africa / A.P. Du Toit, 1961.

1070. Oral History and Ethnic History / Alexander Freund. The Canadian Historical Association; Immigration and Ethnicity in Canada Series, Booklet No. 32. 2014.

1071. Lower School Examinations for Entrance into Normal Schools by the Department Education, Ontario. British and Canadian History, 1912 to 1921 inclusive. (2 copies)

1072. Lower School Examinations for Entrance into Normal Schools by the Department Education, Ontario. Elementary Science, 1912 to 1921 inclusive.

1073. Lower School Examinations for Entrance into Normal Schools by the Department Education, Ontario. Education, 1912 to 1921 inclusive.

1074. Lower School Examinations for Entrance into Normal Schools by the Department Education, Ontario. English Grammar, 1912 to 1921 inclusive.

1075. SPARK Photo Festival [Peterborough]. April 2015.

1076. Jugement Errone de M. Ernest Renan Sur les Langues Sauvages Par N.O. / Jean Andre Cuoq, Montreal, 1864.

1077-1082. The Echoes, Peterborough Collegiate Institute: Centenary Number 1827-1927; 1934-1935; 40th anniversary 1905-1954; 1951; 1952; 1953 Coronation Year

1083. Peterborough Teachers' College: IPSA, 1968-1969 (Vol. 61)

1084-1085. Kenner Collegiate, Peterborough: ACTA, 1954; 1956

1086-1087. Health Link: Health Information Resources in the Peterborough Area. Directory 1993 (& Directory 1995-1996).

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