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241 CLARK, Joan Audience of Chairs. Uncorrected Proof, inscribed.
Knopf Canada, Toronto, 2005, 
CLARK, Joan. An Audience of Chairs. (Toronto): Alfred A. Knopf Canada, (2006). Uncorrected Proof. Pp. (10),3-353,(3). 8vo, yellow card covers with black spine. This is the story of woman long burdened by mental illness who has created a manageable life for herself in rural Cape Breton. Now Moranna is determined to leave and to go up to Halifax to attend the marriage of oneof her long lost daughters. From the pen of the author of the internationa lly acclaimed novel Latitudes of Melt. Very good. Signed and inscribed by Clark on the title page. 30.00

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242 CLARK, Joan Audience of Chairs. Uncorrected Proof.
Knopf Canada, Toronto, 2005, 
CLARK, Joan. An Audience of Chairs. (Toronto): Alfred A. Knopf Canada, (2006). Uncorrected Proof. Pp. (10),3-353,(3). 8vo, yellow card covers with black spine. This is the story of woman long burdened by mental illness who has created a manageable life for herself in rural Cape Breton. Now Moranna is determined to leave and to go up to Halifax to attend the marriage of oneof her long lost daughters. From the pen of the author of the internationa lly acclaimed novel Latitudes of Melt. Smudge to bottom edge, else very good. 25.00

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243 CLARK, Joan PRATT, Mary, not. ENGLISH, Sarah Jane Swimming Toward the Light : Short Stories. signed
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1990, ISBN:0771599757 
CLARK, Joan. Swimming Toward the Light : Short Stories by Joan Clark. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada Limited, (1990). First Printing. Pp (4), [1]-235, (1). 8vo, illustrasted blue and cream card covers with white titles to frontand black titles to spine. "In these stories of childhood in wartime Nova Scotia, growing up in Cape Breton, first jobs, first loves, hopes and dreams, lovers and children and making peace with reality, Joan Clark has touched the lives of real women." - r. cover. Includes the following stories: "Luna Moths", "War Stories", "Pranks", "Rustic Toil", "The Loving Cup", "Dickens's Wife", "Colour Wheel", "Sisters", "The Madonna Feast", "Margaret's Story", "Point No Point", "The Train Family", and "Swimming Toward the Light".Very good. Signed without inscription by Clark on the title page. 20.00

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244 CLARK, Joan. From a High Thin Wire. 1st edition, Signed
NeWest Press, Edmonton , 1982, ISBN:0920316530 
CLARK, Joan. From a High Thin Wire. Edmonton : NeWest Press, (1982). First Edition. Pp [1]-150,(2). 8vo, illustrated black card covers, lettered in white. Joan Clark's first collection of short stories. Although at that time a resident of Calgary, Joan Clark was born in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and brought up there and in Cape Breton. Covers rubbed and creased, else good. Inscribed by the author. 14.00

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245 CLARK, Joan. From a High Thin Wire. First edition
NeWest Press, Edmonton , 1982, ISBN:0920316530 
CLARK, Joan. From a High Thin Wire. Edmonton : NeWest Press, (1982). First Edition. Pp [1]-150,(2). 8vo, illustrated black card covers, lettered in white. Joan Clark's first collection of short stories. Although at that time a resident of Calgary, Joan Clark was born in Liverpool, Nova Scotia, and brought up there and in Cape Breton. Includes the following stories: "God's Country", "Her Father's Daughter", "Historical Fiction", "Passage By Water", "The Tail Of The Female", "Italian Spaghetti", "Salvation", "Territory", "The Holy Roller Empire", and "From A High Thin Wire". Name inked to flyleaf, blindstamp to title page, five characters inked inside rear cover, else very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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246 CLARKE, George Elliott GRIFFIN-ALLWOOD, Philip G.A. DUNLOP, Allan C. ARPAT, Atilla Nova Scotia Historical Review, Volume 14, Number 1, 1994
1994, 1994 
CAHILL, Barry, (ed.) Nova Scotia Historical Review, Volume 14, Number 1, 1994. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1994. 8vo, cardcovers.

Contents :
Marion Robertson's "James Bruce, Shelburne's First Collector of Customs" (pp.1-12);
George Elliott Clarke's "White Niggers, Black Slaves: Slavery, Race and Class in T.C. Haliburton's The Clockmaker" (pp.13-40 : George H. Junne, Jr, The History of Blacks in Canada : A Selectively Annotated Bibliography; 2508))
Gordon Pollock's "'"Tin hat" on the disciples of Brigham Young': Nova Scotians, Mormons and Polygamy, 1920-1928" (pp.41-67);
John Sarre and Lorena Forbrigger's "Some Guernsey Connections with Cape Breton Island" (pp.68-78, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 1503);
Atilla Arpat's "Secret Numerology and Geometry in the Churches of Nova Scotia" (pp.79-134);
Allan C. Dunlop's "Peter Barrett's Pictou County: From the Fenian Scare to the Drummond Colliery Explosion" (pp.135-152);
Philip G.A. Griffin-Allwood's "The Reverend James Thomas and 'union of all God's people': Nova Scotian African Baptist Piety, Unity and Division" (pp.153-168);
Gail D. Judge's "The Tremaine Family of Nova Scotia, 1764-1994: Part One" (pp.169-192).

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247 CLARKE, Henrietta Unseen Blossoms and Other Poems. in glassine dj.
Exposition Press, New York, 1951, 
CLARKE, Henrietta. Unseen Blossoms And Other Poems. N.Y.: Exposition Press,(1951). Pp 62. 8vo, grey cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4950, Laugher p. 104, Watters p.42. Not in Rhodenizer. Henrietta Clarke, marine artist and poet, was born and lived in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Fine in nicked glassine dj.30.00

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248 CLARKE, Henrietta Unseen Blossoms and Other Poems. in glassine dj.
Exposition Press, New York, 1951, 
CLARKE, Henrietta. Unseen Blossoms And Other Poems. N.Y.: Exposition Press,(1951). Pp 62. 8vo, grey cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4950, Laugher p. 104, Watters p.42. Not in Rhodenizer. Henrietta Clarke, marine artist and poet, was born and lived in Sydney, Nova Scotia. Lengthy gift inscription, else vg in torn glassine dj. 20.00

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249 CLARKE, Henriette Little Towns. in dj.
Poetry Publishers, Philadelphia , 1934, 
CLARKE, Henriette. Little Towns. Philadelphia : Poetry Publishers, 1934. Pp(9),10-40. 8vo, brown cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4949, Laugher p.104 , Watters p.42. Not in Rhodenizer. Henriette Clarke, marine artist and poet, was born and lived in Sydney, Nova Scotia. The frontispiece is a block-print by the author. The poems are arranged in three sections: I Saw in My Dreams a Wave; To Give Us Light; In the Embers' Red. Titles include: "Soot", "Coal Miners", "Beauty Shoppe", "Derelict", "Foam Phantom", "A Square Peg","Moored", "Trout Pool"', "Men Fishing", "Blind Pig", and others. Fine in d j. 30.00

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250 CLARKE, Henriette Little Towns. in dj. signed
Poetry Publishers, Philadelphia, 1934, 
CLARKE, Henriette. Little Towns. Philadelphia : Poetry Publishers, 1934. Pp(9),10-40. 8vo, brown cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4949, Laugher p.104 , Watters p.42. Not in Rhodenizer. Henriette Clarke, marine artist and poet, was born and lived in Sydney, Nova Scotia. The frontispiece is a block-print by the author. The poems are arranged in three sections: I Saw in My Dreams a Wave; To Give Us Light; In the Embers' Red. Titles include: "Soot", "Coal Miners", "Beauty Shoppe", "Derelict", "Foam Phantom", "A Square Peg","Moored", "Trout Pool"', "Men Fishing", "Blind Pig", and others. Bookplate , else fine in fine dj. Signed. 40.00

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251 CLARKE, Henriette Little Towns. in dj. signed card
Poetry Publishers, Philadelphia, 1934, 
CLARKE, Henriette. Little Towns. Philadelphia : Poetry Publishers, 1934. Pp(9),10-40. 8vo, brown cloth. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 4949, Laugher p.104 , Watters p.42. Not in Rhodenizer. Henriette Clarke, marine artist and poet, was born and lived in Sydney, Nova Scotia. The frontispiece is a block-print by the author. The poems are arranged in three sections: I Saw in My Dreams a Wave; To Give Us Light; In the Embers' Red. Titles include: "Soot", "Coal Miners", "Beauty Shoppe", "Derelict", "Foam Phantom", "A Square Peg","Moored", "Trout Pool"', "Men Fishing", "Blind Pig", and others. Very good in lightly nicked, short-closed torn (at head of front hinge) dust jacket. With a signed card from the author taped to the dedication page. 40.00

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252 COADE, Jessie Jenson, L.B. Messdeck News : Collected Verse of Messdeck Annie 1939-1945.
Ragweed Press, Charlottetown, 1985, ISBN:0920304435 
COADE, Jessie., (editor). Messdeck News : Collected Verse of Messdeck Annie, Halifax, 1939-1945. Illustrated by L.B. Jenson. Charlottetown : Ragweed Press, 1985. Pp (7),8-72. Illustrated. 8vo, blue card covers. The poems someanonymous, some some credited, include: "The Royal Canadian Navy", "Men in Uniform", "Destroyer at Sea", "To the Non-Combatant", "The Young O.D.", "T he Cooks", "Men in the Navy", "The Boys in Navy Blue", "The Tuva", "To Palson the Ottawa", "Convoy", "He's Just Another Merchant Navy Man", "The Dest royer Navy", "The Trials and Tribulations of Officer Comanding Harbour Craft", "Ode to a Halifax Tram Conductor", "Navy Beacons", and "H.M.C.S. Margaree". Foreword by Andrew McMillin. Coade (1911-2003) a native of Inverness,Cape Breton and a long-time residednt of Halifax and Truro. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs shoudl be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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253 COADY, Lynn Hellgoing : Stories. Advance Reading Copy.
Astoria; House of Anansi, Toronto, 2013, 
COADY, Lynn. Hellgoing : Stories. (Toronto) : Astoria; (House of Anansi, 2013). Advance Reading Copy. Pp. (12),3-223,(7). 8vo [133 x 2002 mm], printedwhite & pale blue card covers, black lettering to spine, black and white l ettering to front cover. Lynn Coady (b. January 24, 1970, Port Hawkesbury, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia). Winner of the 2013 Scotiabank Giller Prize. Contents: Wireless ; Hellgoing ; Dog in Clothes ; Take This and Eat It ; An Otherworld ; Clear Skies ; The Natural Elements ; Body Condom ; Mr. Hope. "A young nun charged with talking an anorexic out of her religious fanaticism toys with the thin distance between practicality and blasphemy. A strange bond between a teacher and a schoolgirl takes on ever deeper, and stranger, shapes as the years progress. A bride-to-be with a penchant for nocturnal bondage can't seem to stop bashing herself up in the light of day. Equally adept at capturing the foibles and obsessions of men and of women, compassionate in her humour yet never missing an opportunity to make her characters squirm, fascinated as much by faithlessness as by faith, Lynn Coady is quitepossibly the writer who best captures what it is to be human at this parti cular moment in history." -- from rear cover. Very good. 50.00

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254 COADY, Lynn Mean Boy. proof.
Doubleday Canada, 2006, 
COADY, Lynn. Mean Boy . A novel. [N.pl.] : Doubleday Canada, (2006). Uncorrected Proof. Pp. (8),[1]-382,(8). 8vo [130 x 203 mm], art-illustrated creamcard covers, lettered in black. Lynn Coady (b. January 24, 1970, Port Hawk esbury, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia). A novel set in Prince Edward Island. "Earnest, small-town Lawrence Campbell is fascinated by his poetry professor, the charismatic and uncompromising Jim Arsenault. Larry is determined to escape a life of thrifty drudgery and intellectual poverty working for his parents' motel and mini-golf business on Prince Edward Island. Jim appears tothe young poet as a beacon of authenticity - mercurial, endlessly creative , fearless in his confrontations with the forces of conformity. And he drinks a lot. Jim's magnetic personality soon draws Larry's entire poetry composition class into his orbit. Drawn by ambition and fascination, the group assembles itself fawningly around Jim, tagging along to bars, showing up at readings, thrilled to be invited to Jim's home, a shambling farmhouse in the woods where he lives with Moira, his shrewish backwoods muse. Lost in adulation, Larry is so delighted to be singled out for Jim's attention that hedoes not pause to wonder what Jim expects from his increasingly close rela tionship with the young poet." (from the back cover). Very good. 40.00

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255 COADY, Lynn Strange Heaven. Third Printing
Goose Lane, Fredericton, 1998, ISBN:0864922302 
COADY, Lynn. Strange Heaven. (Fredericton) : Goose Lane, (1998). Third Printing. Pp (8),9-198,(2). 8vo [140 x 215 mm], photo-illustrated card covers, lettered in black and white, French flaps. Lynn Coady (b. January 24, 1970,Port Hawkesbury, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia). Her first novel It is set in C ape Breton, Nova Scotia. Penned name, else very good. 9.00

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Man from Margaree : Writings and Speeches of M.M. Coady: Educator / Reformer / Priest.  First Edition in dustjacket., COADY, M.M. LAIDLAW, Alexander F., (ed.)
256 COADY, M.M. LAIDLAW, Alexander F., (ed.) Man from Margaree : Writings and Speeches of M.M. Coady: Educator / Reformer / Priest. First Edition in dustjacket.
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto & Montreal , 1971, ISBN:077104558x 
COADY, M.M. The Man from Margaree : Writings and Speeches of M.M. Coady: Educator / Reformer / Priest. Edited and with Commentary by Alexander F. Laidlaw. Toronto & Montreal : McClelland and Stewart Limited, (1971). First Edition. Pp (8),9-218,(4). 8vo, red cloth. Tennyson 893, Spadoni & Donnelly 2256. Coady (1882-1959). Alexander Fraser Laidlaw (b. June 12, 1908, Port Hood, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia - d. November 30, 1980, Ottawa). "A rather remarkable thing about M. M. Coady is that he published only one book in his lifetime, though he wrote enough to fill several, and that one, Masters of Their Own Destiny, was written twenty years before death, twenty years duringwhich his intellectual output, mainly in the form of speeches and short ar ticles, was mountainous." from the foreword. "'Today the name Coady is perhaps better known in a good many countries of the world than that of any other Canadian,' writes Dr. Laidlaw in his introduction to The Man from Margaree. In this definitive work Dr. Laidlaw presents a rich cross section of Dr. Coady's addresses, articles and letters, as well as giving a vivid portrait of the volatile, dynamic and profoundly humane man Although he is best known for his influence on the cooperative movement in Canada, Dr. Coady wrote and a taiked on an amazingly diversified number of of subjects, and alsodid much to establish the first principles of adult education in this coun try. Reading his works today, it is astounding to realize how far ahead of his times he was, and how accurately he foretold many of the dire problems we are now facing." - from the dj. Contents: Introduction - A Modern Moses.1. For You O Democracy; 2. Toward the Good and Abundant Life; 3. Education is the Key; 4. The Meaning of Antigonish; 5. The Cooperative Way; 6. The P eople and the State; 7. Of Workers and Unions; 8. Of Farmers and Rural Life; 9. Our Blue Prairie [on the fisheries, pp.151-165]; 10. My Native Land; 11. The Priest; 12. Involved in Mankind. Name, else very good in short-closed-torn, edge-browned, unclipped dust jacket. 25.00

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257 Coal and Steel Industries - Nova Scotia Memorandum with regard to the conditions presently existing in the Coal andSteel Industries of the Province of Nova Scotia.
1925, 
(Coal and Steel Industries). Memorandum with regard to the conditions presently existing in the Coal and Steel Industries of the Province of Nova Scotia and suggestions for the relief of these conditions and the permanent betterment of these industries, submitted to the Federal Government by a delegation representing the Boards of Trade of the said Province, and the Associated Boards of Trade of the island of cape Breton, the towns of Amherst andSpringhill in the County of Cumberland, the towns of New Glasgow, Stellart on, Westville and Trenton in the County of Pictou, the town of Inverness inthe County of Inverness, the city of Sydney and the towns of Sydney Mines, North Sydney, New Waterford, Dominion and Glace Bay in the County of Cape Breton, all in the said Province. (Halifax : Province of Nova Scotia, 1925). Pp (4),5-30,(2). 8vo, black leatherette. With an introductory note by Premier E.H. Armstrong. Sections: The Duty on Bituminous Slack Coal and Free Admission of Anthracite Screenings; History of the Coal Duty; Coal Purchasesby Canadian National Railways; Effect of Tariff Unequal; Vexatious Exempti ons; and others. A couple of faint stains, else very good. 50.00

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Memorandum with regard to the conditions presently existing in the Coal andSteel Industries of the Province of Nova Scotia.. Cape Breton Board of Tra de edition, Coal and Steel Industries - Nova Scotia
258 Coal and Steel Industries - Nova Scotia Memorandum with regard to the conditions presently existing in the Coal andSteel Industries of the Province of Nova Scotia.. Cape Breton Board of Tra de edition
1925, 1925 
(Coal and Steel Industries). Memorandum with regard to the conditions presently existing in the Coal and Steel Industries of the Province of Nova Scotia and suggestions for the relief of these conditions and the permanent betterment of these industries, submitted to the Federal Government by a delegation representing the Boards of Trade of the said Province, and the Associated Boards of Trade of the island of Cape Breton, the towns of Amherst and Springhill in the County of Cumberland, the towns of New Glasgow, Stellarton, Westville and Trenton in the County of Pictou, the town of Inverness in the County of Inverness, the city of Sydney and the towns of Sydney Mines, North Sydney, New Waterford, Dominion and Glace Bay in the County of Cape Breton, all in the said Province. N.pl. : "Presented with the Compliments of the Associated Boards of Trade of the Island of Cape Breton", 1925. Pp (4),5-30,(2). Tables. 8vo, stapled printed brown wrappers.

Cover title : "Memorandum with regard to the conditions presently existing in the Coal and Steel Industries of the Province of Nova Scotia Submitted to the Federal Government on 2nd December, 1924 by a Delegation from that Province."

Tennyson,Cape Bretoniana 2762.

With an introductory note by Premier E.H. Armstrong.

Sections:
The Duty on Bituminous Slack Coal and Free Admission of Anthracite Screenings;
History of the Coal Duty;
Coal Purchases by Canadian National Railways;
Effect of Tariff Unequal;
Vexatious Exemptions;
and others.

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259 Coal Mining Schools - Nova Scotia Coal Mining Schools and Engineering Schools : A Technical School for Your Spare Time : Sydney Mines, Florence, Little Bras d'Or, Glace Bay, New Waterford, Reserve, Dominion, Dominion No. 6, Birch Cove, Port Morien, Inverness,Stellarton, Westville,
Nova.Scotia Technical College, Halifax , 1930, 
(Coal Mining Schools). Coal Mining Schools and Engineering Schools : A Technical School for Your Spare Time : Sydney Mines, Florence, Little Bras d'Or, Glace Bay, New Waterford, Reserve, Dominion, Dominion No. 6, Birch Cove, Port Morien, Inverness, Stellarton, Westville, Thorburn, Springhill, Joggins Mines, River Hebert. (Halifax, N.S.: N.S. Technical College), n.d. [ca 1930]. Pp [1]-20. 8vo, white stapled card covers. A booklet promoting eveningclasses for coal miners, offered at many locations in Cape Breton, Pictou County, etc. Very good. 20.00

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260 COFFEY, Mace, (ed.) GODDARD, Hazel Firth WALSH, Lillian Crewe PARKER, S.M. Anthology of Maritime Poetry
Mace Coffey / L'imprimerie Acadienne Ltée, Moncton, 1945, 
COFFEY, Mace, (compiler and publisher). An Anthology of Maritime Poetry. Moncton : L'imprimerie Acadienne Ltée., n.d. First Edition. Pp (5),6-50,(2). 8vo, stapled brown card covers.
Not in Watters, Laugher or Rhodenizer.
The work of over 50 poets including : Kathleen S. Banks (born in Nictaux Falls, N. S. and resides at Kingston, N. S.);
T. L. Banks (a resident of East Saint John, living at 85 Courtnay Ave.);
Jean F. Barrettt, (a Haligonia, was born in Beaver Bank, N. S.);
C. C. Belding (born in Norton, N. B., he now resides in Chatham, N. B. and is a commercial traveller);
Charles P. Biddiscombe (born in Sunbury County, N. B. and resides in Moncton);
C. M. Bishop (born Celia Marie Colpitis, at Pleasant Vale, Albert County, N.B. and is a resident of Sunny Brae, Westmoreland County, N.B. );
Beryl C. Brownell Jll (a resident of . Northport, Cumberland County, N. S.);
P. Clifton Burgoyne (a resident of Aldersville, Lunenburg County, N. S.);
Helen Rose Cohen (born, Helen Rose Winters, she is a resident of Bass River, N.S.);
A.F. Cunningham (born in 1879 in New Glasgow, his address is 296 Lome St. New Glasgow, Pictou County, N. S.);
G. William Elder (born in Passekeag, N. B. and is a resident of Belleisle Creek, N. B.);
Clara A. Fraser (born in Chalk River, Ontario and at present resides at 250 Washington Street, New Glasgow, Pictou County, N. S.);
Lulu Patterson Freeman (born In Caledonia, Queen's County, Nova Scotia, and a resident there);
Hazel Firth Goddard (a resident of Dartmouth, N.S.);
G. Stuart Grimmer (born In Chamcook, N. B., and presently residing in Dalhousie, N B.);
Edith C. Hallett (her birthplace was Sackville, N. B.);
Mabel Burdett Keenan (born in Dundas, P.E.I., she resides at 10 Grafton Street, Charlottetown, P. E. I.);
Yvonne N. Kennedy (born in Saint John, N. B., and is residing in Moncton);
Agnes G. Lavoie (resides at her birthplace, Woodstock, N. B.);
Marion Loftus (born in Moncton and resides at 24 McSweeney Ave);
Elise Loubert (the only contributor who has submitted poems written in the French language, she was born in Carleton, P.Q., and at present resides in Campbellton, N.B.);
Katherine G. McAleer (born in Boston, Mass., and resides in Buctouche, N. B.);
Kathryn Malloch MacClure (was born in Moncton and at present resides at 146 Courtenay Ave., East Saint John. N.B.);
Ruby McDermott (born In Edmundston, N. B. );
John A. MacEwen (born in Charlottetown., his address is 86 Upper Prince Street, Charlottetown); James Mackay (a resident of Kingsville, Inverness County, Cape Breton N.S.) with his poem "Cape Breton's Sons' call to Arms";
Christine MacKiel (born in Three Brooks, Pictou, Pictou County, N. S.);
Laura A. McKinney (resides at Welsford, N. B.);
Marguerite McNair (born in Arthurette, Victoria County N. B. and resides in Fredericton) includes her poem "Fog at North Head, Grand Manan";
E. Edith Mac Vicar (was born in LaTete, Charlotte County, N. B. and at the present resides in Maces Bay, Charlotte County, N. B.) includes her poem "Lake Utopia";
Jessie H. Moffatt (born in Upper Magaguadavic, she resides at McAdam, York County, N. B.); Catherine Elizabeth Murphy (born at Kensington, P. E. I., she now resides at 55 Spring Park Road, Charlottetown P. E. I.);
Mary B. Nicoll (born in Nova Scotia and resides in Clyde River, N. S.);
M. R. Nilson (resides at Cody's N. B.); Bernice O'Hearn (born in Corner Brook, Newfoundland and resides at 194 Dorchester Street,Sydney, Cape Breton);
S.M.Parker (born in Nine Mile River, Hants Co. N. S. , resides in Truro Heights, Colchester County, N.S.);
Alan Reidpath (born London, England, resides at Eigenheim Farm, Rexton, N. B.);
Gladys S. Rewby (born in West Dublin, Lunenburg County, N.S.);
Muriel Richardson (born and reside on Deer Island , includes her poem Passamaquoddy Bay");
Robert Rogers (born in Berry Mills, N.B.);
R. J. Rupert (whose poems appear under the pen name of "Coes Judson", was born in Saint John and at the present time is a resident of Charlottetown);
Douglas H. Sherren (born in Prince Edward Island, he lives at 10 Brighton Shore, Charlottetown, a student at the University of King's College, Halifax);
Olive Gertrude Smith (residing at her birthplace, Lower Wood Harbor, N.S.);
Mary J. Stewart (born In Bonshaw, P.E.I., resides at Enmore North, P.E.I.);
Isabel Sweet (born in New Jerusalem, N.B., but now lives at Juniper Station by the Miramichi River);
C.Robertson Tabor (born in Bathurst, N. B. he resides in Moncton);
Mary Emma Veazey (resides in her birthplace, St. Stephen, N. B.) includes her poems "Grand Manan" and "The Maritimer; ;
Lillian Crewe Walsh (her present residence is 16 Brody Ave. Glace Bay, N.S. , includes her poem "My Cape Breton Home");
Evelyn R. Wright (resides in Fredericton, N.B.); and
Russel B. Zinck (born in Blandford, Lunenburg County, N.S.) includes his poems "Waterlilies at bayswater" and "Nova Scotis Evening".
Some wear to covers, a few short tears, else very good. With an inscription by one of the contributors, Rose Cohen. 50.00

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