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61 GREENWOOD, John O. (ed.). Greenwood's Guide to Great Lakes Shipping. April 1991 - Thirty Second Year.
Freshwater Press, Inc, Cleveland, 1991, 
GREENWOOD, John O. (ed.). Greenwood's Guide to Great Lakes Shipping. April 1991 – Thirty Second Year. Cleveland : Freshwater Press, Inc., 1991. Pp (6),(1),1-23,(1),1-5,1-6,(5), 1-12,(4),1-7,(9),1-16,(6),1-28,(1),1-6,(2),1-3,[1]-21,(1),1-3,(1),1-17,(3),1-9,(3),1-12,(6),1-49,(1),1-7,(5),1-18,(7),1-31,(1),1-2,(1),1-14,1-8,1-44,(1),1-9,(1),1,(1), plus section dividers. Illustrated. Maps (some folding). 8vo, white comb bound, illustrated blue on whiteplastic covers. Contents : 1. Bulk Freighters. 2. Package Freighters & Car ferries. 3. Crane Vessels & Cargo Barges. 4. Self-Unloaders. 5. Tank Vessels. 6. Towing & Salvage. 7. Fleets. 8. Longevity Table. 9. Fuel Used by Vessels & Horsepower. 10. Compartment Capacities. 11. Marine Insurance, Surveyors & Inspectors. 12. Grain Elevators. 13. Ore Docks. 14. Coal Docks. 15. Stone, Sand & Bulk Dry Cargo Docks. 16. S/S/Agents / Brokers / Forwarders / Stevedores. 17. General Cargo Docks & Stevedoring. 18. Liquid Cargo Docks & Bunkering. 19. Shipyards – Drydocks. 20. Shipyards – Repairers & Personnel.21. Mileage Tables & Glossary. 22. Port Profiles & Salvage, Ship Buyers & Breakers. 23. Industrial Suppliers, Services, Provisions & Adv. Index. 24. Pollution Control. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Very good. 35.00

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62 GREENWOOD, John Orville. BOWEN, Dana Thomas, foreword] Namesakes of the Lakes : A Factual Story with Photographs of Every Currently Existing Commercial Freight Vessel and Carferry in the Great Lakes Fleet Telling the Why and the Meaning of Each Vessel's Name. 2nd pr,
Freshwater Press, Cleveland , 1980, 
GREENWOOD, John Orville. Namesakes of the Lakes : A Factual Story with Photographs of Every Currently Existing Commercial Freight Vessel and Carferry in the Great Lakes Fleet Telling the “Why” and the Meaning of Each Vessel'sName. [Foreword by Dana Thomas Bowen]. Cleveland : Freshwater Press, Inc., (March 1980). Second Printing. Pp [i]-xii,(2),1-433,(1). Illustrated, Endp aper Maps. 8vo, blue cloth, silver freighter to front board and silver lettering to spine. Includes the ship's name, owner, where it was built, its hull number, basic dimensions, as well as a brief biographical sketch of its service history (often with an accompanying image of the vessel) for several hundred Great Lakes commercial ships. Light wear to spine ends, else verygood. 20.00

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63 HARDWICK, Walter G. Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 69, No. 5 LITTLE, C.H. BOUCHETTE, Joseph Roll-On-Roll-Off Ferries : The Revolution in Marine Transportation in British Columbia. An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 69, No. 5, November, 1964
Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, 1964, 
HARDWICK, Walter G. "Roll-On-Roll-Off Ferries : The Revolution in Marine Transportation in British Columbia." An article in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. LXIX, No. 5, November, 1964, pp 152-161. Ottawa : Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1964. Pp [i]-iv,(1),152-187,v-xiii,(2) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Also includes H. Lee's “Helium : The Space Age Gas” (pp 162-169); C.H. Little's “Joseph Bouchette, Surveyor-General and Historian : Part II” (pp 170-179); Richard Harrington's “Paddle-Steamer on the Murray” [Australia] (pp 180-187). Cover photo of Siwash Rock, at entrance of Burrard Inlet, near Vancouver, British Columbia. Rubbed, else very good. For the issue 20.00

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64 HARDY, A. C. British Ships and Shipping Illustrated. First Edition
A. & C. Black, London, 1933, 1933 
HARDY, A.C. British Ships and Shipping Illustrated. London: A. & C. Black, 1933. First Printing. Pp. [1]-95,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, light blue cloth with small decoration to front and dark blue lettering to front and spine.

Commander Alfred Cecil Hardy, B.Sc., M.I.N.A., A.M.I.Mar.E., F.R.G.S., R.N. (b. 1898 - d. December 18, 1961).

An identification guide for liners and other shipping vessels in the 1930s. Includes specifics and illustrations of each ship.

Ships included in the plates are:

Passenger and Mail Liners :
"Empress of Britain",
"Georgic" with her sister ship "Britannic",
"Belgenland",
"Reina del Pacifico",
"Empress of Japan",
"Arundel Castle",
"Monarch of Bermuda",
"Strathnaver",
"Warwick Castle",
"Orama",
"Cheshire", and
"Accra";
Cruise Ship : Blue Star Liner "Arandora Star".

Passenger and Cargo Ships and Cargo Liners of Refrigerated Type :
"Rangitiki",
"Western Prince",
"Kenya",
"Highland Monarch",
"Llanggibby Castle" and
"Coptic";

Cargo Carriers- Liners and Tramps :
"Pelayo",
"Agamemnon",
"Harlesdon",
"King Egbert",
"Fiona" and
a Thames gasworks collier;

Tankers :
"Cliona",
"Narragansett",
"Rusoilprod" and
some small transfer tankers from Lake Maracaibo Service;

Cross Channel and Excursion Ships : Cross Channel motorships for the Irish Sea Service, a steam Cross Channel vessel on the Harwich-Hook of Holland Service, a turbine ship of 24 knots speed on the Newhaven-Dieppe Service, a Clyde excursion steamer of fast type, an early type of paddle wheel excursion vessel and the Diesel-electric excursion ship "Lochfyne";

Ferries of Contrasting types : a large train ferry running in the Harwich-Zeebruge service, Royal Iris II" and "Medina";

Yachts, Coasters, etc. : "Roussalka", an unidentified Coaster, various fishing craft and a magnificent sailing ship of old "the forerunner of them all".

Light wear to spine ends and outer hinges, else very good. 25.00



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65 HEAL, S. C. Maple Leaf Afloat : Volume II : More Maritime Memories
Cordillera Publishing Company, Vancouver, BC, 1993, ISBN:1895590043 
HEAL, S. C. The Maple Leaf Afloat : Volume II : More Maritime Memories . Vancouver, BC: Cordillera Publishing Company, (1993). Pp. (1)-204,[4]. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated light grey card covers. A collection of short pieces depicting shipping and seafaring along the British Columbian coast. Contents: 1. B.C. Ferry Corporation: A World Scale Ferry System, 2. The Queen ofVictoria / Sergey Yesenin Collision, 3. Fesco Line: A Modern Russian Shipp ing Enterprise, 4. A Voyage in Exotic Waters, 5. International Maritime Carriers: Hong Kong Shipowners, 6. A Tale of Three Greeks, the Dog, the Captain and the Ship, 7. The Story of Four Boats, 8. The Vanline Incident, 9. TheTragedy of the City of Benares, 10. Nearly a Total Loss: The Guldborg, 11. The Saga of the Kaare II, 12. The Evolution of the Lumber Carrier, 13. For gotten Shipping Lines: The Norwegian Companies, 14. Norwegian Trampships ofYesteryear: A Photo Album. Vg. 28.00

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66 HENDY, John Dover - Ostend Line.
Ferry Publications, Staplehurst, Kent , 1991, ISBN:095135065X 
HENDY, John. The Dover - Ostend Line. Staplehurst, Kent : Ferry Publications, 1991. Pp 1-56. Illustrated. Map. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Introduction; Foreword (by Francis Engelen);The Crossing; Inauguration; Enter the Record Breakers; On Board the Prince sse Clementine; The Last Mailboat – Prinses Paola; The Ten Turbines; The Motor Ships; The Roll On – Roll Off Era; Welcome Pris Filip – The New BelgianSuper Ferry; The Dover - Ostend Fleet List. Very good. 25.00

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67 HENDY, John Ferries of Scotland
Ferry Publications, Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire, 1992, ISBN:095130934X 
HENDY, John (comp.). Ferries of Scotland. (Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire) : FerryPublications, n.d. [ca 1992]. Pp 1-64. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated red a nd blue stapled card covers. A pictorial look at the ferries of Scotland. Very good. 16.00

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68 HILTON, George W. Great Lakes Car Ferries. 1st in dj.
Howell-North, Berkeley, CA, 1962, 
HILTON, George W. The Great Lakes Car Ferries. Berkeley, CA: Howell-North, 1962. First American Printing. Pp. (6),vii--xv,(1),1-282,(2). Illustrated. Illustrated endpapers. 8vo, grey cloth with black lettering to front and spine. Contents: 1. The River Car Ferries; 2. The Mackinac Transportation Company; 3. The Ann Arbor Railroad; 4. Pere Marquette District -- Chesapeake &Ohio Railway; 5. The Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Company and other Lak e Michigan Services; 6. The Lake Erie Car Ferries; 7. The Ontario Car FerryCompany and the Upper St. Lawrence River Services. Some pencilling, many r elevant clippings laid in, disturbing the binding, else vg in nicked, unclipped, rubbed dj. 50.00

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69 HILTON, George W. Great Lakes Car Ferries. 2nd in dj.
Montevallo Historical Press, Inc., Davenport, IA, 2003, ISBN:0965862437 
HILTON, George W. The Great Lakes Car Ferries . Davenport, IA: Montevallo Historical Press, Inc., 1962. Second Printing. Pp. [1]-240. Illustrated. Large 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: 1. The River CarFerries; 2. The Mackinac Transportation Company; 3. The Ann Arbor Railroad ; 4. Pere Marquette District -- Chesapeake & Ohio Railway; 5. The Grand Trunk Milwaukee Car Ferry Company and other Lake Michigan Services; 6. The Lake Erie Car Ferries; 7. The Ontario Car Ferry Company and the Upper St. Lawrence River Services. Vg in taped-down dj. 25.00

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70 HILTON, George W. STANTON, Samuel Ward Night Boat. 1st in lesser dj.
Howell-North Books, Berkeley, CA, 1968, 
HILTON, George W. The Night Boat. With ornamentation from "American Steam Vessels" (1895), by Samuel Ward Stanton. Berkeley, CA: Howell-North Books, (1968). First thus printing. Pp. [1]-271,(1). Illustrated. Illustrated endpapers. 4to, pale green cloth with black decoration to front and black lettering to spine. A survey of the role of night-time steamboat liners (often serving as a complement and extension to railway line service in places such as the Chesapeake Bay and Puget Sound regions, before seeing their popularity decline steadily from the start of the twentieth century. With hundreds of illustrations including 55 Stanton drawings. "There are no more night boats, for they belonged to another time and a more leisurely way of life." -from the dj. Chapters : 1. The Night Boat; 2. The Fall River Line (pp.21-6 3); 3. Providence & Stonington; 4. New London - Norwich Line; 5. New Haven Line; 6. Colonial Line; 7. Eastern Steamship Lines (pp.96-118); 8.Hudson River Night Line; 9. The Baltimore Steam Packet Company; 10. The Chesapeake Steamship Company; 11. The Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Company 12. Louisville and Cincinnati Packet Company; 13. Canada Steamship Lines, Toronto Prescott Service (pp.192-197); 14. The Detroit and Cleveland Navigation Company; 15. Cleveland and Buffalo Transit Company; 16. Los Angeles Steamship Company; 17. The River Lines; 18. The Canadian Pacific Railway (pp.256-267).With index. Vg in rubbed, nicked, spine-chipped, unclipped dj. 45.00

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71 HOLMES, Jeffrey Hijacking of the P.E.I. Ferry. First Edition, Paperback
Brunswick Press, Publishers, Fredericton, 1976, ISBN:0887900844 
HOLMES, Jeffrey. The Hijacking of the P.E.I. Ferry. Fredericton : BrunswickPress, Publishers, (1976). Printed by Unipress. Pp (8),1-176. 8vo, card co vers. Jeffrey Holmes (b. August 16, 1934, Bradford, Yorkshire - d. May 27, 2007, Ottawa, Ontario). Laugher p.249. A work of humour. "Jeffrey Holmes isback. After expatriating a province (Farewell to Nova Scotia) and explodin g a playwright (Shakespeare was a Computer Programmer), Holmes explores a major modern problem: What to do until the ransom arrives." - r.cover. Minorspotting to covers, else vg. 10.00

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The Hijacking of the P.E.I. Ferry. First Edition, hardback, HOLMES, Jeffrey
72 HOLMES, Jeffrey The Hijacking of the P.E.I. Ferry. First Edition, hardback
Brunswick Press, Fredericton, 1976, ISBN:0887900844 1976 0887900844 / 9780887900846 
HOLMES, Jeffrey. The Hijacking of the P.E.I. Ferry. Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada : Brunswick Press, Publishers, (1976). First Edition,. Printed by Unipress. Pp (8),1-176. With a map and couple of illustrations in the text. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine.

Jeffrey Holmes (b. August 16, 1934, Bradford, Yorkshire - d. May 27, 2007, Ottawa, Ontario).

Laugher p.249.

A work of humour featuring the Laird of Caribou.

"Jeffrey Holmes is back. After expatriating a province (Farewell to Nova Scotia) and exploding a playwright (Shakespeare was a Computer Programmer), Holmes explores a major modern problem: What to do until the ransom arrives." - r.cover of the paperback.

Part One : The Best Laid Schemes
Part One : Gang Aft A-gley

Very good, bright & tight. Uncommon in hardback. 30.00


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73 HOW, Douglas Night of the Caribou. Sixth Printing.
Lancelot, 1990, ISBN:0889994102 
HOW, Douglas. Night of the Caribou. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (March 1990). Sixth Printing. Pp (3),4-153,(1) + 14 pp of illustrations. 8vo, illustrated black card covers with yellow lettering to front and spine. The events of October 13-14, 1942 and the fate of the Nova Scotia to Newfoundland ferry sunk by a German submarine. "Intense human drama underlies the explosive wrtime night of October 13-14, 1942. A German submarine sinks the Nova Scotia-to-Newfoundland ferry Caribou. Of 237 passengers and crew, 101 survive; of 11 children under 10, only one, and he almost by a miracle. A millionaire-in-the-making can't understand his forebodings till they prove all too true. A soldier swims beside a woman fighting to get to a raft, and vanishes before her eyes when she reaches it. One nursing sister keeps another alivetill their frigid hands part forever. A family of five perishes because a father thinks this is the safest way to go home. Scores die by turning a lifeboat into a casket they refuse to leave. Scores die in another because ofa simple oversight. The ferry's captain stands six feet proud going down w ith his ship. The captain of his warship escort lives a terrible private anguish, trapped by inadequate equipment and iron navy rules. The captain of a U-boat nicknamed 'The Laughing Cow' finds refuge in a macabre place: beneath his living victims, above the dead. But, by a supreme irony, it is his log, only recently unearthed after years of gathering dust, which best answers bitter questions asked to this day. Using this and other documents, both Canadian and German, official files, newspaper reports, archival material, interviews from then and now, author Douglas How poignantly reconstructs the panic, horror, confusion, courage -- and the controversial sequels -- of an episode that tripped the sea war to absolute essentials in a classic triangle: one victim ship exploding, flaming as she dies, one killer submarine watching, gloating, and one Canadian warhip rushing hellbent for revenge. He tells, for the first time, the story of the harsh gossip which tainted, can still taint, that warship's name ebcause what she did, and why she did it, was little understand then and has been ever since." - from rear. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping charges should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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74 HOW, Douglas Night of the Caribou. 1st pr
Lancelot, 1988, ISBN:0889994102 
HOW, Douglas. Night of the Caribou. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (1988). First Printing. Pp (3),4-153,(1) + 14 pp of illustrations. 8vo, card covers. The events of October 13-14, 1942 and the fate of the Nova Scotia to Newfoundland ferry sunk by a German submarine. Name, else vg. 12.00

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75 HOW, Douglas Night of the Caribou. 5th pr
Lancelot, 1989, ISBN:0889994102 
HOW, Douglas. Night of the Caribou. Hantsport : Lancelot Press, (August 1989). Fifth Printing. Pp (3),4-153,(1) + 14 pp of illustrations. 8vo, card covers. The events of October 13-14, 1942 and the fate of the Nova Scotia to Newfoundland ferry sunk by a German submarine. Name, else vg. 10.00

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76 HOW, Douglas Night of the Caribou. later pr
Nimbus, 1997, ISBN:0889994102 
HOW, Douglas. Night of the Caribou. Halifax: Nimbus. Later Printing. Pp. [1]-153,(1) + 14 p. of illustrations. 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Theevents of October 13-14, 1942 and the fate of the Nova Scotia to Newfoundl and ferry sunk by a German submarine. Vg. 8.00

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77 HUNTLEY, James L Ferryboats in Idaho
Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho, 1979, 
HUNTLEY, James L. Ferryboats in Idaho. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1979. Pp 279. 8vo, ill. card covers. A well-illustrated gazeteer-style account of the river ferries that grew up to serve the mining and ranching industries of this western American state. New. 30.00

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78 HUNTLEY, James L. Ferry Boats in Idaho.
Caxton Printers, Caldwell, Idaho, 1979, ISBN:0870042637 
HUNTLEY, James L. Ferry Boats in Idaho. Caldwell, Idaho : The Caxton Printers, Ltd., 1979. Pp [1]-279,(1). Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated orange and white card covers. Contents : 1. Introduction. 2. Short History of the Ferryboat. 3. Ferryboats in Colonial Times. 4. Early Explorers on the Snake River. 5. The Oregon Trail. 6. Early Roads in Southern Idaho. 7. Upper Snake River Ferryboats. 8. Owyhee County Ferryboats. 9. Lower Snake River Ferryboats. 10. Boise River Ferryboats. 11. Payette River Ferryboats. 12. Salmon River Ferryboats. 13. Clearwater River Ferryboats. 14. Kootenai River Ferryboats. 15. St. Joe River Ferryboats. 16. Spokane River Ferryboats. 17. Clark Fork River Ferryboats. 18. Coeur d'Alene River Ferryboats. 19. Pend Oreille River Ferryboats. 20. Pack River Ferryboats. 21. Bear River Ferryboats. 22. The Owyhee Crossing. 23. Post Offices at Ferry Sites. 24. Decline of the Ferryboats. Very good. 20.00

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79 JACKSON, Elva North Sydney, Nova Scotia: Windows on the Past. Second Edition, Paperback.
Mika , Belleville, Ontario, 1982, ISBN:0919303625 
JACKSON, Elva. North Sydney, Nova Scotia : Windows on the Past. Belleville,Ontario: Mika Publishing Company, 1982. Pp (10),v-[vii],(1),1-260,(6),+ 20 pp.plates. 8vo, blue card covers, white and black lettering to front cover and spine. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3722 for 1974 ed. (Lancelot). Chapter s : 1. North Sydney's Situation; 2. The First Grantees and Disposition of Their Property; 3. North Sydney as a Separate Township, 1841 - Incorporation, 1885 - List of Mayors and Councillors; 4. The Port of North Sydney (pp.25-41); 5. Shipbuilders and Seamen (pp.42-51); 6. North Sydney - NewfoundlandShipping Services (pp.52-58); 7. The Coming of the Railway; 8. North Sydne y - Sydney Mines Transportation; 9. North Sydney's Streets; 10. Telephone -Light and Power - Water and Sewer; 11. Post Office - Newspapers - Western Union Cable; 12. The Churches; 13. The Schools; 14. Hospital and Medical Services; 15. The Fire Department and some Disastrous Fires; 16. North Sydneyand the Two World Wars; 17. Sports; 18. Organizations and Societies; 19. H alls - Theatres - Entertainment - Holiday Celebrations; 20. North Sydney Citizens in Provincial and Federal Government; 21. Business Establishments; 22. Some Distinguished Visitors - First Automobiles - Cape Breton Exhibition- Cadets - Miscellaneous Items. With notes, bibliography and index. Inscri ption to flyleaf, covers lightly rubbed, else very good. 50.00

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80 JACKSON, Elva Windows on the Past : North Sydney, Nova Scotia. First Edition, Signed
Lancelot , Windsor , 1974, 
JACKSON, Elva. Windows on the Past : North Sydney, Nova Scotia. Windsor, Nova Scotia : Lancelot Press, (1974). First Edition. Pp (3),iv-[vii],(1),1-260,+ 12-page central section of illustrations. 8vo, printed orange cardcovers. Tennyson 1145, Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana 3722. Contents: 1. North Sydney's Situation, Early History, Population, Geographical Features. 2. The First Grantees and Disposition of their Property. 3. North Sydney as a SeparateTownship, 1841, Incorporation, 1885, List of Mayors and Councillors. 4. Th e Port of North Sydney, A Coal-fuelling Port, A Port of Call for Shipping Liners, Bras d'Or Lake and Coastal Shipping, North Sydney-Sydney Ferry Services, Tugboats, Pelagic and Newfoundland Sealing, Customs and Excise, Weather Signals, Consulates, Public and Private Wharves (pp.25-41). 5. Shipbuilders and Seamen (pp. 42-51). 6. North Sydney-Newfoundland Shipping Services, with ships from SS Bruce I to the present (pp. 52-58). 7. The Coming of theRailway. 8. North Sydney-Sydney Mines Transportation. 9. North Sydney's St reets. 10. Telephone, Light and Power, Water and Sewer. 11. Post Office, Newspapers, Western Union Cable. 12. The Churches, Union Meeting House, RomanCatholics, the Bethel, Baptist, Presbyterian, Anglican, Methodist, Salvati on Army, Seventh-day Adventist, United Church of Canada, Pentecostal, Jehovah's Witnesses. 13. The Schools. 14. Hospital and Medical Services. 15. TheFire Department and some Disastrous Fires. 16. North Sydney and the Two Wo rld Wars. 17. Sports. 18. Organizations and Societies. 19. Halls, Theatres,Entertainment, Holiday Celebrations. 20. North Sydney Citizens in Provinci al and Federal Government. 21. Business Establishments. 22. Some Distinguished Visitors, First Automobiles, Cape Breton Exhibition, Cadets, Miscellaneous Items. A very good, tight copy. Uncommon. Signed and inscribed by Jackson on the title page. 75.00

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