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141 de VOLPI, Charles P. HICKS, Henry D., foreword deVOLPI, Charles] Nova Scotia : A Pictorial Record. Historical Prints and Illustrations of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada 1605-1878. First Edition in dustjacket
Longman, 1974, 1974 
de VOLPI, Charles P. Nova Scotia : A Pictorial Record. Historical Prints and Illustrations of the Province of Nova Scotia, Canada 1605-1878. (Foreword by Henry D. Hicks). N.pl.: Longman Canada Limited, (1974). First Edition. Pp (4), v-xii, 1-11 + 160 plates. Small folio, tan cloth with a view of Halifax laid on front board.

Not in Tennyson.

35 of the prints reproduced can be considered marine views: many harbour scenes and several shipwrecks. E.g. The Burning of the Prudent and Capture of the Bienfaisant at Louisburg; Naval Battle - 21st July, 1781; His Majesty's Brig Observer Engaging the American Privateer Jack, off the Harbour of Halifax, 1782; H.M.S. Shannon Leading Chesapeake into Halifax Harbour, 1813; H.M.S. Atlante passing Sambro, 1814; Wreck of the Arcadia on Sable Island, 1857, Champion Sculler's Race - The Finish, 1871; The Sarmatian Passing through the Fleet-Halifax, 1878.

The full list:
Port Royal, 1605
Abitasion du Port Royal, 1605
Landing of New England Forces, 1745
French Fortress Louisbourg Captured
, Halifax from ye Topmasthead, 1750
Britain's Glory, or Reduction of Cape Breton, 1758
Capture of Louisbourg and Island of Cape Breton, 175
8 Louisbourg, Taken near Lighthouse, 1758
Burning of the Prudent and Capture of the Bienfaisant, 1758
Town and Harbour of Halifax from Opposite Shore. 1759
Town and Harbour of Halifax Looking up to King's Yard, 1759
Town and Harbour of Halifax Looking down Prince Street, 1759
Town and Harbour of Halifax Looking to Opposite Shore, 1759
Church of St. Paul and Parade at Halifax, 1759
Governor's House and St. Mather's Meeting House, Halifax, 1759
Louisbourg, 1760
Annapolis Royal, 1781

Entrance of Louisbourg Harbour, 1781
Louisbourg from the North-East, 1781
South Entrance of Grand Passage, 1781
Town and Harbour of Halifax from Dartmouth Shore, 1781
Isle Haut and Cape Chegnecto, 1781
Cape St. Mary, 1781
Entrance of Mines Bason / Minas Basin, 1781
Plaister Cliffs on West Shore of George's Bay, 1781
Louisbourg, 1781
View from Camp at East End of Naked Sand Hills, 1781
Isle of Sable, Wreckers Den Near Pond, 1781
Sable Island
Annapolis Royal, 1781
Halifax, 1781
Cape Blowmedown open with Cape Split, 1781
Cape Blomidon Departure of S. Prentice from Ship-Wrecked Companions, 1781
Ensign Samuel Prentice Naval Battle, 1781
Halifax from Fort Needham, 1782
North-West Aspect of Citadel, Halifax, 1782
Halifax from Point Pleasant, 1782
Entrance to Halifax Harbour, 1782
Brig Observer engaging American Privateer Jack, 1782
Halifax from Fort Needham, 1801
View from Cowie's Hill, near Halifax, 1801
Halifax from Davis's Mill, 1801
Halifax from George's Island, 1801
Entrance into Halifax Harbour, 1803
Commissioner's House in Naval Yard, Halifax, 1804
Windsor, 1811
H.M.S. Atlante passing Sambro, Halifax, 1814
H.M.S. Shannon Leading Chesapeake into Halifax Harbour, 1813
Halifax from Dartmouth Point, 1817
St. George's Island, Halifax Harbour, 1818
Perspective View of Province Building from N.E., 1819
Government House from S. W. 1819
Government House from N.E., 1819
Fort and Part of Town of Annapolis, 1829
Front Street of Windsor, 1829
Halifax, 1827
Province House, Halifax, 1830
Lochaber Lake, County Sydney, 1830
Cape Blow-Me-Down, and Bason of Mines, 1830
Hahtax from Dartmouth Cove, 1832
Digby, 1835
Entrance to Digby from the North, 1835
Parrsboro' from the Water, 1836
Halifax from Indian Encampment at Dartmouth, 1837
A Sleigh Leaving Windsor, 1837
Bedford Basin from Near Three Mile House, 1837
Interior of a Wigwam, 1837
Cobaquid Mountains, 1837
Windsor from Barracks, 1837
Stream Near Grand Shubinacadie Lake, 1837
Indian of Mic Mac Tribe, 1837
Position of Pier's Howe's and Maybury's Boats, Regatta, Halifax, 1838
Cornwallis, Grand Priare and Basin of Minas, 1837
Halifax from Eastern Passage, 1837
Halifax from Fort Needham, 1837
Halifax from Red Mill, Dartmouth, 1839
Entrance to Halifax Harbour From Reeve's Hill, 1839
Bedford Basin, 1839
Ruins of Duke of Kent's Lodge, 1839
Halifax from Mc Nab's Island, 1839
View on North-West Arm, 1839
Windsor from Fort Hill, 1840
View from Retreat Farm, Windsor, 1840
View from Horton Mountains, Looking over Grand Pré, 1840
Pictou from Mortimer's Point, 1840
Pictou from Road to Halifax, 1840
Pictou from Fort Hill, 1840
Argyle Street, Halifax, 1840
Province Building, Halifax, 1840
Tandem Club Assembly in Front of Dalhousie College, 1841
Halifax from Eastern Battery, 1839
Halifax from Narrows, 1839
The General's Bridge Near Annapolis, 1842
Old Fort Near Annapolis, 1842
Scene in Bay of Annapolis, 1842
Windsor, 1842
Residence of Judge Haliburton, 1842
Kentville, 1842
Cape Split, Bay of Fundy, 1842
Cape Blow-Me-Down and Parrsboro, 1842
Halifax from Dartmouth, 1842
Church of Our Lady of Dolours, 1843
St. Mary's, Halifax, c.1846
Conflagration of North Barracks, «, Halifax, 1851
Halifax, c. 1854
Nova Scotia Industrial Exhibition Building, 1854
Camps of the 76th and Artillery at Mt. Pleasant, 1855
Barracks of the Foreign Legion, Melville Island, 1855
Wreck of the Arcadia on Sable Island, 1857
Halifax, I860
Point Pleasant, Halifax Harbour, 1860
The Town of Pictou, Northumberland Strait, 1863
Goldwashing Near Lunenburg, 1861
Lunenburg from Battery Point, 1861
Halifax from McNab's Island, c. 1862
A Forest Road - Summer, 1863
A Forest Road - Winter, 1863
Halifax as Seen from the Cupola of the Mount Hope Asylum, 1865
Nova Scotia Scenery, 1868
Gold River, 1870
Town and Harbour of Sydney, C.B., 1871
Acadia College, Wolfville, 1871
Town and Harbour of Sydney, C.B., 1871
East River, Pictou; 1871
Four Oared Race to M'Nab's Island, 1871
Boats Returning to Halifax, Past Dartmouth, 1871
Champion Sculler's Race - The Finish. 1871
On the Road to Bedford Range, 1871
Bedford Range, 1871
Pirate Harbour, Straits of Canso, 1872
Guysboro, 1872
Block House, Annapolis, 1872
Ruins of Fortifications, Annapolis, 1872
Village of River Philip, Cumberland Co., 1872
Mainadieu, Cape Breton, 1872
Wolfville,. 1872
Pictou from Mackenzie Point, 1872
The Digby Regatta, 1872
Little Hope Light House, 1872
Port Matoon, 1872 [Port Mouton]
Masonic Temple Liverpool, 1873
Wreck of The Atlantic, 1873
Long Island Passage, Bras d'Or Lake, 1873
Emery Colliery, Cape Breton, 1873
Lingan and International Colliery, Cape Breton, 1873
Cow Bay, Scene of the Recent Storm, 1873
Mira River Bridge, Cape Breton, 1875
New Campbellton, Cape Breton, 1876
Town of Amherst, 1876
Valley of River Philip, 1876
Torbay Station, 1877
Prince of Wales Tower, Halifax, 1877
Falls near Truro, 1877
Library and Museum, King's College, 1877
Yarmouth Illustrated, 1878
The Sarmatian Passing through the Fleet-Halifax, 1878.

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142 DECOSTE, James Pictou : a town to live in
1970, 
DECOSTE, James. Pictou : a town to live in. (Pictou : Town of Pictou), n.d.[ca.1970]. Pp (16). Illustrated. Maps. 4to, card covers. Printed by Advoca te Printing and Publishing Co. Ltd. Vg. 20.00

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143 DENNIS, Clara MacKINNON, Clarence, foreword More About Nova Scotia: My Own, My Native Land. 2nd printing in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1944, 
DENNIS, Clara, Litt.D. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustrated with Photographs Taken by the Author. Toronto : The Ryerson Press,(December 1944). Second Printing. Pp (4), v-xii, 1-412 + frontispiece + 10 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Foreword by Clarence MacKinnon. Travel writing laced with history. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. The Shubenacadie Canal, Oakfield; 2. Musquodoboit Valley, Stewiacke Valley, Maitland, Noel, Cheverie; 3. Truro, Masstown, Five Islands; 4. Parrsboro, Advocate, the Mary Celeste; 5. Joggins, River Hebert, Springhill, Amherst, Beausejour; 6. Wallace, Malagash, Tatamagouche, Mount Thom; 7. Pictou, River John; 8. Pictou; 9. Pictou, New Glagow; 10. Green Hill, Stellarton, Moose River; 11. Bailey's Brook, Lismore, Malignant Cove, Marshy Hope, Tracadie; 12. Antigonish, Lochaber, Canso Strait; 13. Guysborough; 14. Canso; 15. Chester; 16. New Ross, Oak Island; 17. Lunenburg, the Bluenose; 18. Blue Rocks, the Ovens, Mahone Bay, New Germany; 19. Kingsburg, Riverport, LaHave, Bridgewater; 20. Liverpool, Brooklyn; 21. Port Mouton, Milton, Northern Queens. Vg in worn and torn dj. 35.00

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144 DENNIS, Clara MacKINNON, Clarence, foreword More About Nova Scotia: My Own, My Native Land. First Edition.
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1937, 
DENNIS, Clara. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustratedwith Photographs Taken by the Author. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, [Decemb er] 1937. First Printing. Pp (4),v-xii,1-412, frontispiece + 10 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Foreword by ClarenceMacKinnon. Travel writing laced with history. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. The Shubenacadie Canal, Oakfield; 2. Musquodoboit Valley, Stewiacke Valley, Maitland,Noel, Cheverie; 3. Truro, Masstown, Five Islands; 4. Parrsboro, Advocate, the Mary Celeste; 5. Joggins, River Hebert, Springhill, Amherst, Beausejour; 6. Wallace, Malagash, Tatamagouche, Mount Thom; 7. Pictou, River John; 8.Pictou; 9. Pictou, New Glagow; 10. Green Hill, Stellarton, Moose River; 11 . Bailey's Brook, Lismore, Malignant Cove, Marshy Hope, Tracadie; 12. Antigonish, Lochaber, Canso Strait; 13. Guysborough; 14. Canso; 15. Chester; 16.New Ross, Oak Island; 17. Lunenburg, the Bluenose; 18. Blue Rocks, the Ove ns, Mahone Bay, New Germany; 19. Kingsburg, Riverport, LaHave, Bridgewater;20. Liverpool, Brooklyn; 21. Port Mouton, Milton, Northern Queens. Light f ading to spine with a bit of spotting, gift inscription to half-title, elsevery good. 25.00

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145 DENNIS, Clara. MacKINNON, Clarence, foreword. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1937, 
DENNIS, Clara. More About Nova Scotia : My Own, My Native Land. Illustratedwith Photographs Taken by the Author. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, [Decemb er] 1937. First Printing. Pp (4),v-xii,1-412, frontispiece + 10 leaves of plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Watters p.958, Rhodenzer p.84. Foreword by ClarenceMacKinnon. Travel writing laced with history. A geographical, placename & keyword list distilled from the much longer chapter headings: 1. The Shubenacadie Canal, Oakfield; 2. Musquodoboit Valley, Stewiacke Valley, Maitland,Noel, Cheverie; 3. Truro, Masstown, Five Islands; 4. Parrsboro, Advocate, the Mary Celeste; 5. Joggins, River Hebert, Springhill, Amherst, Beausejour; 6. Wallace, Malagash, Tatamagouche, Mount Thom; 7. Pictou, River John; 8.Pictou; 9. Pictou, New Glagow; 10. Green Hill, Stellarton, Moose River; 11 . Bailey's Brook, Lismore, Malignant Cove, Marshy Hope, Tracadie; 12. Antigonish, Lochaber, Canso Strait; 13. Guysborough; 14. Canso; 15. Chester; 16.New Ross, Oak Island; 17. Lunenburg, the Bluenose; 18. Blue Rocks, the Ove ns, Mahone Bay, New Germany; 19. Kingsburg, Riverport, LaHave, Bridgewater;20. Liverpool, Brooklyn; 21. Port Mouton, Milton, Northern Queens. Bookpla te to flyleaf, else very good in lightly nicked dustjacket. A nice copy. 40.00

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146 DEYARMOND, Isabel E. Rambling Winds
1975, 
DEYARMOND, E.M. Rambling Winds. N.pl.: n.pub, n.d. [1975 ?]. Pp (7),8-182,(2). Illustrated. 8vo, white trade paperback with blank spine. Historical sketches of the Stewiackes & the Stewiacke Valley. Contents: The Elms of the Stewiackes; The Stewiacke River; The Big Freshet; The Scent of the Roses; The Winds of Fate; The Big Gale; The Upper Stewiacke Tornado; The Hail Stormof September 1949; Measure; The Year of the Mice; The Year with No Summer; Upper Stewiacke 1783-1960; Early Societies; The Upper Stewiacke Centennial Celebrations; Topography of Upper Stewiacke; The Fenian Raid Scare; The Bo er War or South African War; Armistice Day; World War I 1914-1918; Home Front World War I; World War II 1939-1945; Home Front World War II; Love; Prominent Persons Past and Present; Schools and Education in Upper Stewiacke; Fifty Years Ago; The Baptist Church at Upper Stewiacke; A Century and a Halfof Church Life; Fifty Years of Church Union in Canada; Second Mile Club; T he Meaning of Christmas; Church Building in Upper Stewiacke; Church Building in South Branch; 100 Years of Church Life at South Branch; Presbytery of Truro; Alone in Seclusion; Riverside Cemetery; Lower Burnside Cemetery; Upper Burnside Cemetery; The Eastville Cemetery; Pembrook Cemetery; Highlighs in the History of the Women's Missionary Society at Upper Stewiacke; Women's Institute-- Upper Stewiacke Branch; Tea at River's Bend; Stores, Shops and Service Stations; The Medical Profession of Upper Stewiacke; Pioneer Pationets; The Stewiacke Valley Hospital Association; Communication; Postal Service in Upper Stewiacke; The Post Office Pen; Post Office Progress; Forward; The Telephone in Upper Stewiacke; The Value of Electricity; Upper Stewiacke in the Municipal Council; The Lumber Industry; Treese Great Provider forEarly Settlers; Nova Scotia May Have Had First Christmas Tree; Canada's Fi rst Lumber Export; Blaikie Brothers Saw, Planing Mill; The Old Mill 1969; The Other Side; Pine Wisdom; The Brookfield Cemetery; My Garden, To Janet, The Dawson Mountain; The Power Mountain, Berry Hill or Miller's Mountain; Cross Roads; Cross Roads Pine Grove School; Springside United Church Observes95th Anniversary; Unveiling of Monument and Memorial Service; Order of Eas tern Star and Masonic Lodge; Twins Mark Birthday in 1960; Historical Sketchof Newton Mills; James Creelman and Sons, Woollen Mills; Through the Mill; The Clock of Life; 110 Years Ago in September, Lake Named After Stewiacke W.; Just Learning; The Bee-- I Wonder?; The Little Old House of Long Ago; Lost Friend, Moose River Mine Disaster; Discovery of Gold; Just Think, My Old Quilting Frames; Mosher Limestone Firm 1971, Agriculture; Hereford Breeders Have Shipwreck to Thank; The Birch Horn; The Crow, The Deserted House; Grandmother's Hollyhocks; A Safety Poem, Our Eating Tools; Old Torture, Outstanding Dates; Town Changed Hands Sixteen Times; First Provincial Sanatorium; One Good Idea Can Go a Long Way; The Balmoral Grist Mill; Indian Didn't Mention a Fourth Bridge; The Three Bachelors; Pictou First Things; Mother Coo; The "Royal William", the "Victoria Park"; Mary Celeste Built in NS; ThePhantom Ship of Northumberland Strait; Bluenose; A Lake That Never Gives U p Its Dead; The Ship Mayflower; "Mary" and Mother Goose; This To Box 13, Governor General of Canada; Prime Ministers of Canada. Gift inscription expunged from title page, faint soiling and cover creasing, else good. 15.00

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147 DICK, W.J. Commission of Conservation Conservation of Coal in Canada : With Notes on the Principal Coal Mines. First Edition
1914, 1914 
DICK, W.J. Conservation of Coal in Canada. With Notes on the Principal Coal Mines. Toronto : The Bryant Press Ltd., 1914. First Edition. Pp (3),iv-xii,[1]-212 + 26 leaves plates + 2 folding maps. 8vo, maroon cloth, gilt lettering to front & spine.

A volume in the Commission of Conservation series.

Nova Scotia receives the fullest attention. (pp 33-94).

Coal Mines of Nova Scotia :
Economies effected In Mining -
Disposal of Coal Lands -
Mining Methods -
Utilization of Coal -
Generation of Power -
Coking of Coal;

Description of Principal Mines :
Dominion Coal Company:
No. 1 Colliery
No. 2 Colliery
No. 3 Colliery
No. 4 Colliery
No. 5 Colliery
No. 6 Colliery
No. 7 Colliery
No. 8 Colliery
No. 9 Colliery
No. 10 Colliery
No. 12 Colliery
No. 14 Colliery
No. 15 and No. 16 Mines
No. 21 and No. 22 Mines

Central Power Plants :
Central Power Plant, Glace Bay
New Waterford Power Plant
Betttngton Boilers

Springhill Collieries [Cumberland County]
No. 2 Mine
No. 3 Mine
By-product Coke-oven Plant

Nova Scotia Steel and Coal Company
No. 1 or Princess Colliery
No. 2 or Lloyd Colliery
No. 3 or Florence Colliery
No. 4 or Scotia Colliery
No. 5 or Queen Pit
Briquetting Plant, MacKay Mine
Inverness Railway and Coal Company
Inverness Mine
Briquetting Plant
Acadia Coal Company [Pictou County]
Albion Colliery
McGregor Mine
Acadia Mine
Allan Shafts
Central Power Plant
Intercolonial Coal Company
Drummond Mine.

Coal Mines of Saskatchewan :
Extent of Coal-fields
Bienfait Mine
Manitoba and Saskatchewan Coal Company
Western Dominion Colliery Company
Estevan Coal and Brick Company.

Coal Mines of Alberta :
Belly River Formation
Diamond Coal Company
Lethbridge Collieries
Alberta Railway and Irrigation C No. 6 Mine
No. 3 Mine
Chinook Coal Company
Royal Collieries
Canada West Coal Company
Breckenridge and Lund Coal Company
Galbraith Mine
Edmonton Formation :
Clover Bar Coal Company
Humberstone Mine
Bush Mine
Dawson Coal Company
Kootenay Formation :
Bankhead Mines
Canmore Coal Company
No. 1 Mine
No. 2 Mine

International Coal and Coke Company
McGillivray Creek Coal and Coke Company
Canadian Coal Consolidated
Old Mine
Shaft Mine
Leitch Collieries
No. 1 South Mine
No. 2 North Mine
West Canadian Collieries
Blairmore Mine
Bellevtte Mine
Lille Mine
Hillcrest Collieries
Maple Leaf Mining Company
Davenport Coal Company

4. Coal Mines of British Columbia :
Mining Methods in Crowsnest District
Hosmer Mine
Corbin Coal and Coke Company
Crowsnest Pass Coal Company
Coal Creek Collieries
Michel Collieries
Nicola Valley Coal-field :
Diamond Vale Coal Company
Inland Coal and Coke Company
Nicola Valley Coal and Coke Company
Vancouver Island Coal-field
Western Fuel Company
No. 1 Mine
Northfield Mine
Vancouver-Nanaimo Coal Company
Pacific Coast Coal Mines, Ltd
Canadian Collieries (Dunsmuir), Limited
Extension Collieries
Union Collieries

Appendix II : By-product Coke-oven Plant. Algoma Steel Company, Sauit Ste. Marie, Ont.

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148 Dominion Drama Festival) WETMORE, Donald, on board APPLEBY, Stephen Ker, chairman Dominion Drama Festival, Nova Scotia Region
1953, 
(Dominion Drama Festival). Dominion Drama Festival, Nova Scotia Region, New Junior High School, New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, February 2 to 4, 1953. N.pl.: n.pub., (1953). Pp (12), unpaginated. Presumably printed by the New Glasgow Printery (first advert). 8vo, card covers. Vg. With signatures of Donald Wetmore (on the Board of Governors), Stephen Ker Appleby (festival chairman), and John Allen (regional adjudicator). 25.00

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149 DORRINGTON, Aubrey History of Stellarton
Advocate Printing, Pictou, 1976, 
DORRINGTON, Aubrey. History of Stellarton. (Pictou : The Advocate Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd., 1976). Pp (8),1-144,(4). 8vo, stapled white and pinkcard covers with black lettering to front cover. A detailed local history with a large section on the mines. Dorrington was born March 22, 1913 in Stellarton and in 1971 founded the Order of the Stellarite. Cover design by Lynn Cornish. Contents: Pioneers; Coal Mines (pp. 3-48);' Railways; Town Departments; Early Industries; Churches; Schools; Fraternal Orders and Clubs; Military; Bands; Theatricals; Sports; Post Ofices; Theatres; Libraries; Newspapers; Power Plants; Hotels; Airplanes; Air Cadets; Mining Museum; Rifle Association; Credit Union; Tram Cars; Buses; Housing; RCMP; Medical Doctors; Male Chorus; Local Council of Women; Red Cross; The Early Days; Miner's Houses; Origin of Street Names; Old Residents; History briefs; Biographies; Bibliography. Very light rubbing to covers, else very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be a bit cheaper than quoted. Uncommon. 40.00

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150 DOUGLAS, George Ritchie Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, N.S. : A History, 1895-1988
Aberdeen Hospital Commission, New Glasgow, NS, 1988, 
DOUGLAS, George Ritchie. The Aberdeen Hospital, New Glasgow, N.S. : A History, 1895-1988. New Glasgow, NS: Aberdeen Hospital Commission, 1988. First Edition. Pp. [1]-96. Illustrated with 12 b&w photos, and also some drawings.8vo, printed stapled white card covers, blue lettering and blue Aberdeen H ospital Commission seal to front cover. Not in Roland & Bernier, Secondary Sources in the History of Canadian Medicine: A Bibliography, Volume 2. Sections : 1. Introduction; 2. Founding; 3. Buildings - Structure - West Side Main Building - West Side Annex - West Side Pavilion - West Side Nurses' Residence - East Side Main Building - East Side Nurses' Residence - East Side Expansions; 4. Organization - Boards; 5. Financial; 6. Benefactors; 7. School of Nursing; 8.- Ladies Auxiliary; 9. Departments; 10. Medical Staff; 11.Special Events; 12. Accreditation. Appendices: 1. Last Board of West Side Hospital 1954- 1955; 2. Chairmen of Board / Presidents of Medical Staff since 1939; 3. Senior Staff since 1897; 4. Donations 1941 -1980; 5. East Side Fund Plaque-Donors; 6. Medical Staff List 1988; 7. Accreditation Record since 1923; 8. Aberdeen Hospital Commission 1988; 9. Departmental List 1988; 10. Proposed Aberdeen Hospital 1895; 11. By-Laws and Rules of the Aberdeen Hospital 1897; 12. Report of Trustees 1897; 13. Official Opening Ceremony 1955. Very good. 40.00

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151 DOULL, John Reverend Alexander McGillivray, D. D. signed
1938, 
DOULL, The Honourable John. Reverend Alexander McGillivray, D.D. Halifax: [the author], 1938. Pp. 24 + [3] plates, port. frontis. 8vo, stapled grey printed card covers with grey lettering to front. Alexander McGillivray was inducted as Minister of the Congregation of Barney's River and Merigomish inJanuary, 1833. Covers rubbed and edge-browned, name verso front cover, lig ht foxing to initial leaves, else very good. Signed "with compliments" by the author verso front cover. 35.00

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152 DOULL, John McGILLIVRAY, Alexander Reverend Alexander McGillivray, D.D.
1938, 
DOULL, The Honourable John. Reverend Alexander McGillivray, D.D. Halifax: [the author], 1938. Pp. 24 + [3] plates. 8vo, stapled grey printed card covers. Alexander mcGillivray was inducted as Minister of the Congregation of Barney's River and Merigomish in January, 1833. Slight bump to lower front corner, else vg. 40.00

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153 DOULL, John McGILLIVRAY, Alexander Reverend Alexander McGillivray, D.D. signed
1938, 
DOULL, The Honourable John. Reverend Alexander McGillivray, D.D. Halifax: [the author], 1938. Pp. 24 + [3] plates. 8vo, stapled grey printed card covers. Alexander McGillivray was inducted as Minister of the Congregation of Barney's River and Merigomish in January, 1833. Front cover creased, edges slightly browned to front and rear, else vg. Author's signed inscription to inside of front cover. 40.00

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154 DOWNTON, Dawn Rae Diamond : A Memoir of 100 Days. in dj
McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 2003, 
DOWNTON, Dawn Rae. Diamond : A Memoir of 100 Days. (Toronto): McClelland & Stewart Ltd., (2003). Pp. 247. 8vo, blue cloth, silver titles to spine. Theauthor recounts her experiences living on a rural farm in Pictou County wh ile, at the same time, dealing with her friend's battle with cancer. Vg in dj. 18.00

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155 DUGGAN, Thomas DUGGAN, Tommy My High School Years. First Edition
1979, 
DUGGAN, Tommy. My High School Years. (Pictou : The Author, n.d. [ca.1979?].First Edition. "Printed in Pictou, Nova Scotia, Canada". First Edition. Pp 1- 56. 8vo, stapled cardcovers with b&w photo of Pictou Academy on front c over. aka Tommy Duggan. Laughrer p, 154. Semi-religious / devotional poems as well as some related to life at Pictou Academy. "This book is about all of my experiences that I had during high school, from the thoughts I had ofbeing a student, to what I wanted to be, to whether I could be, what I wan ted, and about girls that I wanted to go out with, and how I felt about flunking school. This book is about my troublesome teenage high school years that I had." Some light cover wear, else very good. Uncommon. 15.00

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156 DUNLOP, Allan C. Nova Scotia Genealogical Sources County Guide Series No. 4 Nova Scotia Genealogical Sources No. 4 - Pictou County
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1989, 
DUNLOP, Allan C. Nova Scotia Genealogical Sources No. 4 - Pictou County. Halifax: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1989. Pp. 14. 4to, stapled cream-coloured ill. card covers. One in a series of nineteen booklets prepared as part of the Nova Scotia Genealogical Sources Counties Guide Series, designed to assist researchers with quick access to information available at the Public Archives of Nova Scotia. Light wrinkling to cover, else very good. 10.00

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157 DUNLOP, Allan C. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly 04:1 offprint FRASER, J.D.B. Pharmacist and Entrepreneur : Pictou's J.D.B.Fraser
Petheric Press, Halifax, 1974, 
DUNLOP, Allan C. Pharmacist and Entrepreneur : Pictou's J.D.B.Fraser. [Halifax] : "Published by Petheric Press", 1974. Printed by McCurdy Printing. Pp1-20. 8vo, tan stapled card covers. An off-print from The Nova Scotia Hist orical Quarterly Vol.4, No.1, March, 1974. James Daniel Bain Fraser (b. February 11, 1807 - May 4, 1869), had investments in local coal-related businesses and also did teeth extractions. Very good. 6.00

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158 DUNLOP, Allan C. Nova Scotia Historical Quarterly 04:1 offprint FRASER, J.D.B. Pharmacist and Entrepreneur : Pictou's J.D.B.Fraser. Signed, blue paperback.
Petheric Press, Halifax, 1974, 
DUNLOP, Allan C. Pharmacist and Entrepreneur : Pictou's J.D.B.Fraser. [Halifax] : "Published by Petheric Press", 1974. Printed by McCurdy Printing. Pp1-20. 8vo, blue stapled card covers. An off-print from The Nova Scotia His torical Quarterly Vol.4, No.1, March, 1974. James Daniel Bain Fraser (b. February 11, 1807 - May 4, 1869), had investments in local coal-related businesses and also did teeth extractions. Very good. Signed "with compliments' by Dunlop. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be cheaper than quoted. 8.00

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159 DUNLOP, Allan C., comp. Public Archives of Nova Scotia TAYLOR, Hugh A., preface Census of Nova Scotia, 1827; and Census of District of Pictou, 1818. p. 56issue
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1979, 
DUNLOP, Allan C., comp. Census of Nova Scotia, 1827; and Census of Districtof Pictou, 1818 . Compiled by Allan C. Dunlop. [Preface by Hugh A. Taylor, provincial archivist]. Halifax: Public Archives of Nova Scotia, November 1 979. Pp. (6),[1]-151,(3). 4to, printed white card covers with white comb-bound spine. First three letters of the left-hand column of each line on p. 56 missing (printing problem), name, else good. 40.00

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160 Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company) Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company : Sixty-Third Annual Report. December31st, 1950
Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company, hALIFAX, n.s., 1951, 
(Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company). The Eastern Canada Savings & Loan Company, incorporated 1887, Grangille at Duke, Halifax, Canada : Sixty-Third Annual Report. December 31st, 1950. Halifax, N.S.: Eastern Canada Savings& Loan Company, (1951). Pp (12). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated green stapl ed card covers. Board of Directors : C.A.B. Bullock, Leonard V. Smith, H.P.Connor, G.W. Hazen, and J.C. MacKeen. Officers : C.A.B. Bullock, President ; H.P. Connor, Vice-President; G.W. Hazen, Manager; F.A. Milne, Secretary and Assistant Manager. Agents throughout Nova Scotia : Antigonish - A. D. Mclnnis; Annapolis- R. A. Laurence; Bridgewater - C. R. Coughlan, K. C.; Glace Bay - Mrs. Isabel MacRae; Liverpool - Miss Marion Mack; Middleton - Hanson T. Dowell and L. Murray Dodge; New Glasgow - MacDonnell & MacEwan; Pictou- T. C. Sedgwick; Sydney - D.N. Nicholson; North Sydney - R. T. Sainthill & Son Ltd.; Truro - Burchell & MacDougall and N. L. Fulton; Yarmouth - Landry & Pink; Moncton - Bourque & Storey. Rubbed and smudged, else very good. With new Debenture Interest Rates pasted on last page. 20.00

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