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1 ARMITAGE, H. Cam and Cambridge Rowing.
W.P. Spalding / W. Kent & Co., Cambridge / London, 1886, 
ARMITAGE, H. The Cam and Cambridge Rowing. Cambridge : W.P. Spalding / London : W. Kent & Co., n.d. [1886/7?]. Pp (3),[i]-ix,(1),11-77. Small 8vo, redcloth, black lettering to front board. Brittain, Oar, Scull and Rudder: A Bibliography of Rowing, 69. Contents : Preface; By the Banks of the Cam (Waites' Ferry; Barnwell Pool; Chesterton; “Charon's” and the Black Cottage; The Railway Bridge; Below the Bridge; Ditton; Morley's; The Plough and the Gut; First Post Reach; Baitsbite; Clayhythe). Part I. – The Cam (Cam v. Grant; The River; Stourbridge Fair; Midsummer Fair; The Bridges; A Lease of Chesterton Ferry; A Fishing Party; Fish Ponds; A Hoax). Part II. – Cambridge Rowing (Origin of Cambridge Rowing; Boats; Oars; Locks; Courses; Landmarks; Cannabal and Slogger; Race Days; Divisions; Captains v. 'Varsity; The CaiusColours; The 'Varsity Scratch Fours; The 'Varsity Trials; Cambridge Blue; Head Boats; Henley; The 'Varsity Race : 1. Weights, 2. Best Crews, 3. Consanguinity, 4. Greater Britain; Odds and Ends; Distances; Conclusion). Rubbed, spine sunned, light wear to spine ends and corners, slight bubbling to front board, cloth darkened, front inner hinge cracked and endpaper browned, a few minor smudges, else a very good, solid copy. 400.00

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2 BENNET, A. B., with Garnet HEISLER. HEISLER, Garnet Duelling Dories : 50 Years of International Dory Racing in Nova Scotia. pbk.
Glen Margaret, 2002, ISBN:0920427596 
BENNET, A. B., with Garnet HEISLER. Duelling Dories: 50 Years of International Dory Racing in Nova Scotia. Researched by Sarah Hubbard, Jill Neidermayer and Marlene Spindler. (Tantallon, NS: Glen Margaret Publishing, 2002). Pp. (6),7-70,(2). Illustrated with b/w photos to text. 8vo, illustrated bluecard covers. This book was published to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of International Dory Racing in Nova Scotia. It is a celebration of this m ilestone and of the men and women who have represented the seafaring ports of Lunenburg and Gloucester over the years. It is a connection to our past;the wooden boat, iron men and women, and the sea with the "Novies" and the "Yanks" doing battle; the duelling dories. Special recognition is given to legendary rowing champions and Nova Scotia Sports Hall of Fame members, Ru ssell Langille and Lloyd Heisler. Contents: 1. The Workhorse of the North Atlantic; 2. A Friendly Rivalry Unfolds; 3. The 1950s: Heisler and Langille,All the Way; 4. A New Era Begins; 5. Years of Change; 6. The 1980s and int o the 1990s; 7. The Junior Competitors, the Women and the Over Forty Crowd;8. The Tradition Continues. Vg. 15.00

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3 BILLARD, Allan Banook Canoe Club : Voices from Our Past : A Celebration - Our First Hundred Years, 1903-2003. First Ediion in dustjacket., Signed
Sand Dollar Productions, Dartmouth, NS, 2003, ISBN:09669961138 2003 09669961138 
BILLARD, Allan. Banook Canoe Club : Voices from Our Past : A Celebration - Our First Hundred Years, 1903-2003. With research by Anne Marie Schaus andediting by Bruce Murphy. (Dartmouth, NS: Sand Dollar Productions, 2003). First Edition. Pp. (2),[1]-100,(2). With over 100 b&w photos as well as other illustrations. Oblong 8vo, blank unlettered white cloth.

A year-by-year centenary history of the Dartmouth-based canoe club.

Before the Club;
The Beginnings of Banook;
Natal Day finds a home;
World Events Intervene;
A Resurgence in the Youth Membership;
World Events Intervene, again;
A Centre of Dartmouth's Social Life;
Preparing to step onto the National Scene;
National and International Opportunities;
Growing Competition at Home;
Rebuilding the Building and the Programs;
A Program for the Future.
With the following appendices:
Club Executive Members, 1903 to 2003;
War Canoe Medals;
Individual Medal Winners;
Cottage Locations (1920s and 30s).

Very good in nicked dj. Signed by and inscribed Billard on the title page. 25.00

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4 BLIGH, William, Captain). TOOHEY, John. Captain Bligh's Portable Nightmare. From the Bounty to safety -- 4,162 miles across the Pacific in a rowing boat. First American Edition in dustjacket.
HarperCollins, New York, 2000, ISBN:0060195320 
(BLIGH, William, Captain). TOOHEY, John. Captain Bligh's Portable Nightmare. [Dj adds: "From the Bounty to safety -- 4,162 miles across the Pacific ina rowing boat"]. (New York): HarperCollins Publishers, (2000). First Ameri can Printing. Pp. (6),vii,(5),[1]-211,(1). 8vo, red cloth spine, white paper covered boards, silver lettering to spine. At dawn on April 28, 1789, Captain William Bligh and eighteen men from HMS Bounty were herded onto a twenty-three-foot launch and abandoned in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. Thusbegan their extraordinary journey to Java. Covering 4,162 miles, the small boat was battered by continuous storms, and the men on board suffered crip pling illness, near starvation, and attacks by islanders. The journey was one of the greatest achievements in the history of European seafaring and a personal triumph for a man who has been misjudged by history. 'Captain Bligh's Portable Nightmare' reveals Bligh's great mapmaking skills, used to particular effect while he was exploring with Captain Cook. We discover his guilt over Cook's death at Kealakekua Bay. We learn of the failure of the Bounty expedition and the myths that surround it, the trials and retributions that followed Bligh's return to England, his successes as a navigator and as a vice-admiral fihgting next to Nelson at the Battle of Copenhagen." - from the dustjacket. Remainder mark to bottom edge, else very good in unclipped dustjacket. 15.00

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5 BOURNE, Gilbert. A Textbook of Oarsmanship : A Classic of Rowing Technical Textbook of Oarsmanship : A Classic of Rowing Technical Literature.
Sport Books Publisher, Toronto , 1989, ISBN:0920905129 
BOURNE, Gilbert. A Textbook of Oarsmanship : A Classic of Rowing Technical Literature. Toronto : Sport Books Publisher, (1989). First Edition. Pp (4),[i]-xii,[1]-376,(2),+ 3 leaves plates. 8vo, black illustrated card covers. Toy 4203 for original Oxford University Press edition of 1925. Light edgewear, rubbed, penned name, else very good. 30.00

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Up and Down the Merrimac : A Vacation Trip, BOYD, Pliny Steele.
6 BOYD, Pliny Steele. Up and Down the Merrimac : A Vacation Trip
D.E. Lothrop Company, Boston, 1890, 
BOYD, Pliny Steele. Up and Down the Merrimac : A Vacation Trip. Boston : D.E. Lothrop Company, (copyright 1879). Pp [i]-vi,7-185,(4,ads),(3), frontispiece. 8vo, pictorial grey cloth, gilt panel to spine.

Toy 1314: "A rambling, facetious, descriptive and highly embroidered account of a rowing, towing, and sailing voyage in a dory up the Merrimac from Newburyport to Passaconaway Island, of camping there, and of the voyage home.".

New Hampshire and Massachusetts.

“And to gratify the gypsy, as well as to enjoy the luxury of discovery, and the fascination of peril, we took for our vacation trip a row and sail up the Merrimac – myself and two boys.” (p. 9).

Contents :
1. Preliminary.
2. The Start.
3. Rowing with the Tide.
4. A Thunder-Storm. 5. The Broken Oar. 6. Our First Sunday.
7. Onward and Upward.
8. Rowing Up Stairs.
9. Passaconaway Island.
10. Looking Toward Sunrise.
11. Solitude and Society.
12. Homeward Bound.
13. A Pinch of Salt.
14. The New Earth.
15. One Last Sunday.
16. Music in the Air.
17. Home Again.

Slightly cocked, spine ends and corners worn, bubbling to cloth, margins of leaves browned, gift inscription (dated 1892), else good. 50.00

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7 BRIANT, KEITH. Oxford Limited. in dj.
Farrar & Rinehart, 1938, 
BRIANT, KEITH. Oxford Limited. NY.: Farrar & Rinehart, (1938). Pp 306. 8vo,blue cloth. "Keith Briant, the 1936 editor of The Isis, the undergraduate paper at Oxford University, has written a startling and uncompromising study of one of the world's greatest universities." -from the dust jacket. Of nautical interest: "Chapter 3 - SPORT; The Importance of Losing the Boat Race." Edgeworn, crumpling to spine ends, spotting to upper board, previous owner's signature to ffep, worm hole evident, ow vg in chipped, sunned, somewhat soiled, price-clipped dj. 20.00

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8 BRITTAIN, Frederick Oar, Scull and Rudder : A Bibliography of Rowing
Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, London, 1930, 
BRITTAIN, Frederick, (comp.). Oar, Scull and Rudder : A Bibliography of Rowing. With a preface by Steve Fairbairn. London : Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1930. First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-xii,[1]-112. Small 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Howard-Hill, Bibliography of British Literary Bibliographies, 2nd ed. 2276f. "The first part, whicn is limited to descriptions of books and pamphlets published independently, contains about240 items. Nearly all of these are devoted entirely to rowing, or to rowin g and closely allied sports. Excluding the few which are concerned only in a minor degree with rowing, 140 of the books and pamphlets are in English (including 5 published in British colonies and 17 in the United States), 48 in German, 15 in French (including 1 published in Belgium), 7 in Norwegian,7 in Dutch (including 1 published in Belgium), 5 in Italian, 2 in Swedish, 2 in Danish, and 1 each in Russian, Polish, and Spanish. The second part, which is limited to articles on rowing published in periodicals and encyclopaedias, contains about 700 items. Those included under each year are further arranged in alphabetical order of the periodicals in which they appear. I have frequently given a summary of the contents of an article instead of an exact reproduction of a vague title. The compilation of this part was particularly difficult in the later years, owing to the fact that some important periodicals have long since abandoned the publication of an annual index, so that 1 have often had to examine every number in order to pick out articles on rowing." - p.[ix]. Part I. Independent Works: (a). Before the general adoption of sliding seats in 1873; (b). From the general adoption of sliding seats in 1873 to the end of the nineteenth century; (c). The twentieth century. Part II. Articles in Periodicals: (a). Before the general adoption of sliding seats in 1873; (b). From the invention of sliding seats to the end of the nineteenth century; (c). The twentieth century. With an index. "The story has not been without its controversies, in whicn I have taken my full share; but this book is impartial and attempts to give references to all the literature of the subject. I think therefore that many old oarsmen will want to possess this book, to refer themselves to a literature whichwill tell them how, in these hundred years, the art has been built up, and perhaps to remind them of their own contests and triumphs." - from the pre face. Brittain provides many useful annotations, particularly in Part I. Light wear to cloth and spine ends, else very good. Scarce. 175.00

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9 BURNELL, R. D. NICKALLS, G. O. (foreword) Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, 1829-1953
Oxford University Press, London, 1954, 
BURNELL, R. D. The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race, 1829-1953. Foreword by G. O. Nickalls. L.: Oxford University Press, 1954. Pp. 244 + 8 p. of plates and 6 p. of maps. 8vo, green cloth. Toy 1683. A history of the great Oxfordv. Cambridge rowing regattas. Includes the results of all of the two schoo ls' previous head to head meetings and who made up the crew of each boat. Very minor wear to extremities, name, else vg. 60.00

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10 BURNELL, Richard One Hundred and Fifty Years of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race. 1st in dj
Precision Press, Marlow, 1979, ISBN:0950063878 
BURNELL, Richard. One Hundred and Fifty Years of the Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race : An Official History. (Marlow) : Precision Press in collaborationwith Guinness, 1979. First Edition. Pp (8),1-111,(1). b&w plates, charts. Lg 8vo, light blue cloth. Toy 1685, Ben Cohen, The Thames 1580-1980 : A General Bibliography, p. 276. Vg in price-clipped dj. 70.00

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11 BURSTALL, Patricia. Golden Age of the Thames. 1st UK in dj
David & Charles, 1981, 
BURSTALL, Patricia. The Golden Age of the Thames. Newton Abbot : David & Charles, (1981). Pp 222 + 16 pp photos. 8vo, cloth. Toy 0025. "Regattas, concerts, Venetian fêtes, rowing, punting, painting, bathing - many and varied were the activities indulged in that pleasure resort which was the Thames above Richmond from about 1870 until 1914. Patricia Burstall delightfully captures the mood of the pleasure-seekers, from the Prince of Wales, passing through Boulters lock to a loyal raising of hats and a dainty flutter of white handkerchiefs, to the drunken bean-feaster bawling his raucous choruses." - the dj. With bibliography and Index. Vg in vg dj. 30.00

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12 BYRNE, L.S.R., (ed.) Eton Boating Book : Third Edition. Revised, Enlarged and Brought down to the Year 1932 by the Eton Viking Club.
Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co., , Eton , 1933, 
BYRNE, L.S.R., (ed.). The Eton Boating Book : Third Edition. Revised, Enlarged and Brought down to the Year 1932 by the Eton Viking Club. Eton : Spottiswoode, Ballantyne & Co.Ltd., 1933. Numbered Edition, "Subscription Copy No.233". Pp (6),[vii]-xl,[1]-695,(1) + 4 leaves of plates + 3 folding maps at rear. Thick 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine, top edge gilt. Toy 1701. Contents: Editor's Preface; Eton Boathouses; Queen's Eyot; Preface tothe Second Edition of 1875 by R.H. Blake-Humfrey; Introduction to the Orig inal Editions of 1869 and 1875; Records (pp.1-626); Captains of the Boats; Winners of the House Fours; Winners of the Pulling; Winners of the Sculling; Etonians in the University Boatrace; Etonians in the Oxford v. Harvard Race; Etonian Winners at Henley; Etonian Winners in the Wingfield Scullsl Etonian Olympic Winners; Official Titles of Crews entered against Eton at Henley. With index. The photographs: Edmond Warre, Rev. A.T.W. Shadwell, J. Baring (opp. p.244); Havilland (opp. p.308); The Royal Barge (opp. p.382); The Boathouses in 1932 (opp. p.626). The maps of Regatta-Courses : 1. Henley Regatta Course; 2. Boveney Weir to Old Windsor Weir; 3. Marsh Lock toBoveney Weir. Light wear to cloth, spine sunned, else a very good, solid c opy. 200.00

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13 Canadian Magazine BARKER, R.K., Capt. CAMERON, Agnes Deans SCOTT, Marshall Owen Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature. Vol. 18, November, 1901 to April, 1902, inclusive.
Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd, Toronto , 1902, 
(Canadian Magazine). The Canadian Magazine of Politics, Science, Art and Literature. Vol. XVIII, November, 1901 to April, 1902, inclusive. Toronto : The Ontario Publishing Co., Ltd., 1902. Pp [i]-iv,[1]-588. Illustrated. Maps. Double Column. Large 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. Of nautical interest : “The Rowing Season of 1901, with a brief comparison of the styles adopted in England, United States and Canada” by Capt. R.K. Barker (pp 33-37, with 6 illustrations); “The First Steamer on the Pacific” [the steamer Beaver] by Agnes Deans Cameron (pp 243-244, with 2 illustrations); “A Little Study of the Sea” by Arnold Haultain (pp 245-250, with 2 illustrations); “Changing Aspects of Sable Island” by Marshall Owen Scott(pp 341-349, with 4 illustrations and 2 maps); “The Great Seaman of the No rth” [Henry Hudson] by George Johnson (pp 514-522). . Other items of interest : “Passenger Carriages Past and Present” [trains] by W.D. McBride (pp 305-316, with 14 illustrations); “Some Observations on Hockey” by A.H. Beaton(pp 435-438, with 4 illustrations). ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE RE QUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Tear to top spine, spine darkened, wear to spine ends, edges and corners, bookplate, hinges shaky, else good to very good. As is. 80.00

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14 CASSELL'S) Cassell's Book of Sports and Pastimes
Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., 1910, 
(CASSELL'S). Cassell's Book of Sports and Pastimes. L: Cassell, Petter, Galpin & Co., [ca. 1910?]. Pp. 780. With more than 800 illustrations. Colouredfrontis of cricket player positions. 8vo, green and red cloth covered boar ds with elaborate gilt decoration and titles to front, red cloth spine withgilt titles and decoration, bevelled edges. An exhaustive listing "of athl etics and other manly exercises" with explanations and the rules of play for more than two hundred games and activities. Of nautical interest are sections on mast-climbing, walking the mast, rowing, canoeing, boat-sailing andmodel ship-building. Front hinge cracked, light wear to the spine ends, el se vg, bright. 90.00

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15 CHAN, Arlene and Susan HUMPHRIES HUMPHRIES, Susan Paddles Up! : Dragon Boat Racing in Canada. pbk.
Dundurn Press, Toronto, 2009, ISBN:9781554883950 
CHAN, Arlene and Susan HUMPHRIES. Paddles Up! : Dragon Boat Racing in Canada. Toronto: Dundurn Press, (2009). Pp. (10),11-294,(2). Illustrated. Doublecolumn. Square 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. Contents: 1. Chan's "The Beginnings"; 2. Albert McDonald and Suzanne McKenzie's "Basic Dragon Boat Paddling Technique"; 3. Jamie Hollins's "Getting There: Dry Land Training";4. Matt Robert's "Drumming and Steering"; 5. Kamini Jain's "Dragon Boat Co aching"; 6. Andrew Fox's "Teams and Teamwork"; 7. McDonald's "Voice of the Beast"; 8. Jim Farintosh's "The Making of an A-Team"; 9. Dr. David Levy's "Common Injuries, Prevention, and Treatment"; 10. Pam Lumb Collett's "Nutrition"; 11. Mike Kerkmann's "The International Standard Dragon Boat: CanadianContent"; 12. Gerry Kavanagh's "Dragon Boat Paddles"; 13. "Dragon Boat Rac ing: A Guide to Safety on the Water"; 14. Eleanor Nielsen's "Riding the Dragon"; 15. Kathy Levy's "The Little Team That Grew"; 16. Matt Smith's "Canada and the International Scene". Very good. 20.00

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16 CLINCH, Sarah. HALLETT, Meghan (ed.). Diary of Sarah Clinch : A Spirited Socialite in Victorian Nova Scotia
Nimbus Publishing Limited, Halifax, 2001, ISBN:1551093766 
CLINCH, Sarah. The Diary of Sarah Clinch : A Spirited Socialite in Victorian Nova Scotia. Edited by Meghan Hallett. (Halifax : Nimbus Publishing Limited, 2001). Pp. (5),vi-x,1-182. Illustrated. 8vo, green ill. card covers, brown spine with white titles. The 1853 diary of a girl from Boston who was entertained, while staying in Halifax, by some of the most respected families and figures of the day in Nova Scotia, with names like Haliburton, Almon,Bliss, Starr and Binney. "By 1853, Halifax had evolved from a garrison tow n into a thriving mercantile city, complete with the customs and conventions of Victorian sensibilities. It was in this genteel social milieu that eighteen-year-old Sarah Clinch -- as a guest of close relatives Reverend William and Mary Bullock -- came to experience Victorian life to the fullest. Lavish dinner parties, fancy balls, sleigh rides, rowing on the North West Arm, and a trip to the Annapolis Valley keep the young Bostonian entertained." - from rear. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 14.00

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17 CROSSLEY, Sydney. Pleasure and Leisure Boating : A Practical Handbook. First Edition.
A.D. Innes & Company, Limited, London, 1899, 
CROSSLEY, Sydney. Pleasure and Leisure Boating : A Practical Handbook. London : A.D. Innes & Company, Limited, 1899. First Edition. Pp (4),[v]-viii,[1]-256,[i]-viii (ads). Index. 8vo, pictorial green cloth, top edge dyed green. Toy 1845, Cassell 511, Cohen, The Thames,1580-1980: A General Bibliography, p.277. "A charming, attractively designed book, which is very helpful in gaining an understanding of British pleasure boating on inland waters at the turn of the century." - Toy. And, as an earlier bookseller put it, "Strong overtones of Jerome K Jerome, or perhaps Ratty." Contents : Preface. 1.Boating – Its Rise and Progress. 2. Boat Construction. 3. Rowing. 4. Scull ing. 5. Steering. 6. Watermanship. 7. Punting. 8. Canoeing. 9. Boat Sailing. 10. Henley Regatta. 11. Houseboat Life. 12. Camping. 13. The Pleasure River. 14. The Thames – Section I. Cricklade to Oxford. 15. The Thames – Section II. Oxford to Henley. 16. The Thames – Section III. Henley to Richmond. 17. Farther Afield. Appendices: A. – Bye-Laws of the Thames Navigation Above Teddington Lock. B. – Distances on the Thames. C. – Sizes of Thames Locks. D. Headways of Lowest Bridges. E. Registration Charges and Lock Tolls. F.Riverside Directory. Light wear to spine ends and corners, rubbed, spine d arkened, light foxing to edges of advertisement section, else a good, solidcopy. Scarce. 450.00

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18 Dartmouth - Natal Day) Dartmouth's 207th Natal Day, Wednesday, August 7, 1957 : Souvenir Program
(Dartmouth – Natal Day). Dartmouth's 207th Natal Day, Wednesday, August 7, 1957 : Souvenir Program., 1957. Pp 1-88. Illustrated. Advertisements. 8vo, black stapled card covers' lettered in silver. A booklet on Dartmouth replete with advertisements and the programme for the 1957 Natal Day celebrations. Contents : Mayor's Message (J.W. Akerley); Chairman's Message (Veda McSweeney); [Message from] L.A. Kitz, Mayor of Halifax; 1956 Dartmouth Natal Day, Children's Program Winners (photos); Mic Mac Amateur Aquatic Club, Colors Red and Gold; 1956 Dartmouth Natal Day Parade (photos); TheBanook Canoe Club; 1957 Natal Day Committee; Morning Program; North Star R owing Club (by Tony Bembridge); Maritime Division Paddlers and Officials atOttawa 1957; Afternoon Regatta; Evening Program; Dartmouth's Contribution To Aquatic Sport in Last Century (by J.P. Martin); Winners of the Arthur P.Weston Trophy 1920-1956. Covers rubbed, smudged, first few pages soiled, c entre page lose, else very good, with the regatta results filled in. 30.00

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19 Dartmouth Natal Day) Dartmouth Natal Day, Wednesday, August 1, 1973
(Dartmouth Natal Day). Dartmouth Natal Day, Wednesday, August 1, 1973., (1973). Pp (92). 8vo, card covers. With programme of Regatta events. Many advertisements and photographs. Vg. 10.00

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20 Dartmouth Natal Day) Official Souvenir Programme Dartmouth Natal Day 1750-1937
(Dartmouth Natal Day). Official Souvenir Programme Dartmouth Natal Day 1750-1937. Wednesday, August 4th, 1937., (1937). Printed by Patriot Printing and Publishing Co., Dartmouth. Pp 140,+ 4 pp.insert. 8vo, card covers. With programme of Regatta events. Mostly advertisements including C.C.M. Bicycles at Jas. Simmonds Ltd., Rolex Oyster Wrist Watch (Guaranteed Waterproof) at J. Greene & Son, Thorndyke Hotel, etc. Lightly rubbed, else vg-fine. 40.00

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