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81 GAUVREAU, Michael McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion, 5) Evangelical Century : College and Creed in English Canada from the Great Revival to the Great Depression. in dj
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1991, ISBN:0773507698 
GAUVREAU, Michael. The Evangelical Century : College and Creed in English Canada from the Great Revival to the Great Depression. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, (1991). Pp. 398. 8vo, red cloth. Volume 5 in the McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion series. "Gauvreau explores the persistence and development of the evangelical creed as the intellectual expression of Protestant religion which largely defined English-Canadian culture in the Victorian period. This popular theology, which linked Methodist and Presbyterian church colleges to the world of popular preaching, was based on the Bible not only as the foundation of personal piety but as a sacred record of human history: past, present, and future." - from the dj. Contents: 1. Between Awakening and Enlightenment: The Evangelical Colleges, 1820-1860; 2. Authority and History: Evangelicalism and the Problemof the Past; 3. Prophecy, Protestantism, and the Millennium: The Preaching of History; 4. The Evolutionary Encounter: "Every Thought is to be Brought into Captivity to the Obedience of Christ"; 5. History, Prophecy, and the Kingdom of God: Toward a Theology of Reform; 6. The Paradox of History: College and Creed in Crisis; 7. The Passing of the Evangelical Creed: War, theCollege, and the Problem of the Religious Certainty. Conclusion: The Evang elical Mind and the Persistence of the Eighteenth Century. Vg in dj. 40.00

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82 Generations JACK, D.R. MILLIDGE, J. W., Rev Generations : The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society / Société Généalogique du Nouveau-Brunswick. Volume 33, No. 1, Spring 2011.
2011, 
(Generations). Generations : The Journal of the New Brunswick Genealogical Society / Société Généalogique du Nouveau-Brunswick. Volume 33, No. 1, Spring 2011. (Fredericton, N.B.: New Brunswick Genealogical Society, 2011). Pp (2),1-65,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Map. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled card covers. Contents : Ancestors of New Brunswick Bubars (by George H Hayward); St. Andrews Epitaphs (by D. R. Jack); The Census Taker (Author Unknown); Beamsey Glasier (by D. Murray Young); The Daily Logof James Bean, Miramichi Branch; A Bit of Family History (by H. H. Stuart) ; Students Attending Agricultural Colleges from N. B. (by David Fraser); From the President's Desk (by Stan Balch); Some Reminiscences of the City of Saint John and Province of New?Brunswick 1870-1880 (by Rev. J. W. Millidge); Chignecto Covenanter Sites and Sights (by Eldon Hay); Chemists and Druggists in NB in 1909 (by David Fraser); Capital Branch Annual Report, 2010 (byRon Green); Charlotte Branch Annual Report, 2010 (by L. Marguerite Garnett ); Miramichi Branch Annual Report, 2010 (by Carolyn Harris); Restigouche Branch Annual Report, 2010 (by Suzanne Blacquiere); ?Saint John Branch AnnualReport, 2010 (by Carol Lee Elliot); Southeastern Branch Annual Report, 201 0 (by Alice Garner); NBGS Survey - Results Part 1 (by David Fraser); Queries and Answers (Various Contributors); Tedford Family Record; The Early Baptists of Queens Co, N.B., Part 4 (by Rev. Walter R. Greenwood); Twenty Ways to Avoid Genealogical Grief; and much more. Very good. 7.50

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83 GIDNEY, R.D., and W.P.J. MILLAR MILLAR, W.P.J. Inventing Secondary Education : The Rise of the High School in Nineteenth-Century Ontario. pbk.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1990, ISBN:0773507876 
GIDNEY, R.D., and W.P.J. MILLAR. Inventing Secondary Education : The Rise of the High School in Nineteenth-Century Ontario . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (1990). Pp. (6),[vii]-xii,(12) of plates,[1]-411,(5). Illustrated. 8vo, printed brown card covers with white lettering to front and spine. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. Patterns of Educational Provision in Upper Canada; 3. The Provision of School Places: The Roles of Demand and Supply; 4. The Failure of Voluntarism and the Transition to PublicEducation; 5. The Development of the Grammar Schools, 1807-66; 6. Teachers , Pupils, and Pedagogy: Inside the World of the Grammar School, 1855-70; 7."A Blot upon the Whole School System": The Attempt to Reform the Grammar S chools, 1853-65; 8. The Revenge of the "Parasite Grammar Schools", 1866-69;9. Ryerson in Retreat: The Politics of Education, 1868-76; 10. The "Degrad ation" of the Public School; 11. Reshaping the High School Curriculum; 12. Defining the Upper Boundaries of the High School; 13. The Social and Educational Limits of a High School Education; 14. The High School in the 1880s: Changes and Continuities; 15. Conclusion. Very good. 15.00

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84 GILROY, Marion Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.04 N.S.H.S., Genealogical Comm. Pub.No.04 TAYLOR, Hugh A. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. First Edition
1937, 
GILROY, Marion. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia : A List compiled by Marion Gilroy. Under the direction of D.C. Harvey. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937. First Edition. Pp [1]-154,(2). 8vo, printed green card covers with blank spine. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.4. A list of grants, warrants, and escheats for Annapolis, Cumberland, Halifax, Hants, Kings, Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, and Sydney counties. With the following appendices: A. Petition of the Fifty-five Gentlemen, accompanied by a Counter-petition of other Loyalists; B. Petition from certain members of the 2d Battalion, 84th Regiment. Faint corner creasing, a couple of instances of marginalia, else very good. 60.00

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85 GILROY, Marion. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.04. N.S.H.S., Genealogical Comm. Pub.No.04. TAYLOR, Hugh A. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia. First Edition
Public Archives of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1937, 
GILROY, Marion. Loyalists and Land Settlement in Nova Scotia : A List compiled by Marion Gilroy. Under the direction of D.C. Harvey. Halifax : Public Archives of Nova Scotia, 1937. First Edition. Pp [1]-154,(2). 8vo, printed green card covers with blank spine. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Publication No.4. A list of grants, warrants, and escheats for Annapolis, Cumberland, Halifax, Hants, Kings, Lunenburg, Queens, Shelburne, and Sydney counties. With the following appendices: A. Petition of the Fifty-five Gentlemen, accompanied by a Counter-petition of other Loyalists; B. Petition from certain members of the 2d Battalion, 84th Regiment. Dampstain to bottom left corner of volume, name, else very good. 45.00

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Voyages and Travels of Francis Goelet , GOELET, Francis) SCOTT, Kenneth  ed.
86 GOELET, Francis) SCOTT, Kenneth ed. Voyages and Travels of Francis Goelet
Queens College Press/Gregg Press, 1970, 
(GOELET, Francis). The Voyages and Travels of Francis Goelet 1746-1758; edited by Kenneth Scott. (N.p.): Queens College Press/Gregg Press, (1970). Pp 272. 8 pages of colour plates. 8vo, black cloth, ill. to front. A transcription of the journals of Francis Goelet, New York merchant of Knickerbocker stock, kept during his travels to Northern Europe and the West Indies. The original, in the possession of the New York Historical Society, was illustrated with delightful watercolour sketches, several of which are reproduced here. Very slight edgewear, else vg. 70.00

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87 GOELET, Francis) SCOTT, Kenneth ed. Voyages and Travels of Francis Goelet
Queens College Press / Gregg Press, 1970, 
(GOELET, Francis). The Voyages and Travels of Francis Goelet 1746-1758. Edited by Kenneth Scott. (N.p.): Queens College Press / Gregg Press, (1970). Pp 272. 8 pages of colour plates. 8vo, black cloth, ill. to front. A transcription of the journals of Francis Goelet, New York merchant of Knickerbocker stock, kept during his travels to Northern Europe and the West Indies. The original, in the possession of the New York Historical Society, was illustrated with delightful watercolour sketches, several of which are reproduced here. Covers rubbed, else vg. 60.00

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88 GRACE, Sherrill E. Canada and the Idea of North. First Paperback Edition.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2007, ISBN:9780773532533 
GRACE, Sherrill E. Canada and the Idea of North. Montreal & Kingston / London / Ithaca : McGill-Queen's University Press, (2007). First Paperback Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-xxiv,[1]-344, including colour plates. Illustrated. 8vo, art-illustrated dark blue card covers, white lettering to front cover, white lettering to black spine. Sherrill E. Grace, b. 1944, of University of British Columbia. "From the Franklin Mystery to the comic book super-heroine Nelvana, Glenn Gould's documentaries, the paintings of Lawren Harris, andMolson beer ads, the idea of the North has been central to the Canadian im agination. 'Canada and the Idea of North' explores the ways in which Canadians have defined themselves as a northern people in their literature, art, music, drama, history, geography, politics, and popular culture. Sherrill Grace offers a thorough examination of how nordicity plays a major role in the definition of Canadian culture, and shows how Canadians have always usedideas of Canada-as-North to promote a distinct national identity and natio nal unity. She also presents newly emerging northern voices and shows how they view the long tradition of representations of the North by southern activists, artists, and scholars. With the creation of Nunavut, increasing concern about northern ecosystems and social challenges, and renewed attentionto Canada's role as a circumpolar nation, 'Canada and the Idea of North' s hows that nordicity continues to plays [sic] a central role in Canada's self-definition in the twenty-first century." - from the rear cover. Contents:Prologue: Ideas of North; 1. Writing the North: Representing North -- Cons tructing a Northern Nation; 2. Articulating North: Visualizing North -- Performing North; 3. Narrating a Northern Nation: Fictions of North; 4. The North Writes Back: Writing, Re-Writing, and Writing Back; Epilogue: Magnetic North. With afterword, notes, interdisciplinary bibliography, and index. Very good. 25.00

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89 GRATTIDGE, H., Capt. COLLIER, Richard CUNARD Captain of the Queens. 2nd UK no dj
1956, 
GRATTIDGE, H., Capt. and Richard COLLIER. Captain of the Queens. London : Oldbourne Press, (July 1956). Second Printing. Pp 303. 8vo, grey-green cloth, top edge dyed red. Law 1276. A chronicle of fifty years served aboard theships of the Cunard Line. Grattidge served aboard "the Laconia, the old Ma uretania, and the Berengaria to the two great Queens" among others, and relates his experiences aboard these vessels as well as his encounters with the glitterati and eminent personages of the twentieth century, from T.E. Lawrence to Bob Hope. Ex-library (spine sticker, bookplate to ffep, stamps), else good. 15.00

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90 GRIFFITHS, Naomi E.S. Contexts of Acadian History, 1686-1784. First Paperback Edition.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1992, ISBN:0773508864 
GRIFFITHS, Naomi E.S. The Contexts of Acadian History, 1686-1784. The 1988 Winthrop Pickard Bell Lectures in Maritime Studies. Montreal/Kingston : "Published for the Centre for Canadian Studies, Mount Allison University, by McGill-Queen's University Press", (1992). First Paperback Printing. Pp [i]-xxi,(3),[3]-137,(1). Maps. 8vo, card covers with black spine. This volume is"the first study to connect the Acadian experience with the heritage of id eas that migrants brought with them from Europe. Naomi Griffiths explores the creation and endurance of the Acadian community and the ways in which the Acadians differed from the people of New England and New France. One result of the war between England and France for the domination of much of North America was the deportation of the Acadians from their homeland in 1755. Griffiths examines the implications of this deportation for the survival ofthe Acadian community." - from the rear cover. Vg. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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91 HAY, Eldon McGill-Queen's Studies in History of Religion 59 Covenanters of Canada : Reformed Presbyterianism from 1820 to 2012. First Edition in dustjacket, signed.
McGill-Queens University Press, Kingston and Montreal, 2012, ISBN:9780773541009 
HAY, Eldon. The Covenanters of Canada : Reformed Presbyterianism from 1820 to 2012. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2012). First Printing. Pp. (10),[xi]-xxiv,(2),[3]-397,(3). 8vo, black paper covered boards with silver lettering to spine. McGill-Queens Studies in the History of Religion, number 59. "A comprehensive study of a minority religious movement, 'The Covenanters in Canada' is an insightful perspective on the evolving relationship between small religious movements and the majority culture." - from the dustjacket. Contents: 1. Scots, Irish, and American Roots in Canadian Covenanter Communities; 2. Clarke and Sommerville: Can the Centre Hold?; 3. Sommerville at Horton and Cornwallis; 4. Alexander McLeod Stavelyand Saint John; 5. James Reid Lawson and Barnesville; 6. Robert Miller Ste wart and Wilmot; 7. Robert Sommerville: Fitful Follower of a Powerful Father; 8. Thomas McFall and Robert Park; 9. Lower Canada Covenanters and the Scots Synod; 10. Upper Canada Covenanters and the Scots Synod; 11. Transfer, Transition, and Challenge in Upper Canada; 12. Picking up the Pieces: Covenanters in Nineteenth-Century Ontario; 13. Covenanters in Alberta; 14. Covenanters in Saskatchewan; 15. Covenanters in Manitoba; 16. Covenanters in Twentieth-Century Ontario; 17. Canadian Covenanters into the Twenty-First Century. Very good in dustjacket. Signed and inscribed by the author on the title page. 35.00

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92 Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia) GREENAWAY, Cora, foreword South Shore; Seasoned Timbers : Volume 2 - Some historic buildings from Nova Scotia's South Shore. First Edition
Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, Halifax, 1974, 
(Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia). South Shore; Seasoned Timbers : Volume 2 -Some historic buildings from Nova Scotia's South Shore. (Foreword by Cora Greenaway). Halifax, N.S. : Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, 1974. First Printing. Pp (8),9-156. Illustrated with 90 b&w photos and a couple of small drawings. 8vo, blue and white card covers, with photo to front cover and white spine, blue lettering to spine. Very good. 15.00

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93 Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia) GREENAWAY, Cora, foreword South Shore; Seasoned Timbers. boards.
Heritage Trust, Halifax, 1974, 
(Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia). South Shore; Seasoned Timbers : Volume 2 -Some historic buildings from Nova Scotia's South Shore. (Foreword by Cora Greenaway). Halifax : Heritage Trust of Nova Scotia, 1974. Pp (8),9-156. Illustrated. 8vo, blue pebbled cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Vg. 30.00

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94 HERON, Craig and Robert STOREY, eds. STOREY, Robert, ed. FRANK, David FOSTER, John Bellamy On the Job : Confronting the Labour Process in Canada. pbk.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1986, ISBN:0773505997 
HERON, Craig and Robert STOREY, eds. On the Job : Confronting the Labour Process in Canada . Edited by Craig Heron and Robert Storey. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (1986). Pp. (6),[vii]-xiv,(2),[3]-360,(2). 8vo, illustrated black card covers. Contents: 1. Heron and Storey's "On the Job in Canada"; 2. Paul Craven and Tom Traves's "Dimensions of Paternalism: Discipline and Culture in Canadian Railway Operations in the 1850s"; 3. Gregory S. Kealey's "Work Control, the Labour Process, and Nineteenth-Century Canadian Printers"; 4. David Frank's "Contested Terrain: Workers' Control in the Cape Breton Coal Mines in the 1930s"; 5. Veronica Strong-Boag's "Keeping House in God's Country: Canadian Women at Work in the Home"; 6. Mercedes Steedman's "Skill and Gender in the Canadian Clothing Industry, 1890-1940"; 7. Graham S. Lowe's "Mechanization, Feminization, and Managerial Control in the Early Twentieth-Century Canadian Office"; 8. Heron and Storey's "Work and Struggle in the Canadian Steel Industry, 1900-1950"; 9. IanRadforth's "Logging Pulpwood in Northern Ontario"; 10. John Bellamy Foster 's "On the Waterfront: Longshoring in Canada"; 11. Peter Reiter's "Life in a Fast-Food Factory"; 12. Don Wells's "Autoworkers on the Firing Line". Crack between pp. 104-5, else very good. 20.00

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95 HILLIKER, John and Donald BARRY BARRY, Donald Canadian Public Administration Series) Canada's Department of External Affairs. 2vols in dj.
McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1995, ISBN:1773507388 
HILLIKER, John and Donald BARRY. Canada's Department of External Affairs : Volume I: The Early Years, 1909-1946 ; Volume II: Coming of Age, 1946-1968.In two volumes. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, 199 0-1995. Pp. (i)-xxxii,[2],(1)-406 ; (i)-xxxii,(1)-496. Illustrations to preface. 8vo, green cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Two volumes in the Canadian Public Administration Series. These two volumes focus on the development of the Canadian Department of External Affairs, from its inception in 1909, through two World Wars, as far as the beginning of Pierre Trudeau's first stint as Canada's Prime Minister. Vg in lightly edgeworn djs. For the set. 70.00

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Pearson : The Unlikely Gladiator, HILLMER, Norman, ed. PEARSON, Lester B.) CLANCY, Mary, association copy) CHRETIEN, Jean. foreword
96 HILLMER, Norman, ed. PEARSON, Lester B.) CLANCY, Mary, association copy) CHRETIEN, Jean. foreword Pearson : The Unlikely Gladiator
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 1999, ISBN:0773517685 1999 0773517685 / 9780773517684 
HILLMER, Norman, (ed.). Pearson : The Unlikely Gladiator. Edited by Norman Hillmer. [Foreword by Jean Chretien]. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (1999). First Printing. Pp. (6),[vii]-x,(2),[3]-213,(1). 8vo, red cloth with black lettering to spine.

"Lester B. Pearson was Canada'smost successful diplomat, but as a prime minister he was both controversia l and paradoxical. He was a butter-fingered smoothie, a cautious innovator,an anti-war warrior, and a mild-mannered confrontationalist. He had a strong team with bold ideas, but there was also corruption in government, bitterness in Parliament, and turmoil on the diplomatic home fronts. His was a period of both national accomplishment and national malaise, of a new national flag and Charles de Gaulle's famous cry 'Vive le Québec libre!'.
In this collection of essays marking the centenary of Pearson's birth, eighteen leading thinkers - including Claude Ryan, Christina McCall, J.L. Granatstein - gauge the scope of Pearson's legacy." - from the dj.

Contents:
1. Norman Hillmer's "Introduction: Pearson and the Sense of Paradox";
2. Robert Bothwell's "Canada's Moment: Lester Pearson, Canada, and the World";
3. Denis Stairs's "Lester B. Pearson and the Meaning of Politics";
4. J.L. Granatstein's "Pearson and Diefenbaker: Similar Men?";
5. Christina McCall's "The Unlikely Gladiators: Pearson and Diefenbaker Remembered";
6. Michael D. Behiels's "Lester B. Pearson and the Conundrum of National Unity, 1963-1968";
7. Claude Ryan's "Lester B. Pearson and Canadian Unity";
8. P.E. Bryden's "Prescience, Prudence and Procrastination: National Social Policies in the Pearson Era";
9. Stephen Azzi's "'It Was Walter's View': Lester Pearson, the Liberal Party and Economic Nationalism";
10. Patrick H. Brennan's "'A Good Man for the Middle Innings': Lester Pearson and the Media, 1963-1968";
11. Greg Donaghy's "Minding the Minister: Pearson, Martin and American Policy in Asia, 1963-1967".

With a section on Legacies, featuring Andrew Cohen on Pearsonianism, Ross Campbell on Pragmatism, Monique Begin on Continuity, Tom Kent on Reformism, A.W. Johnson on Consistency, H. Blair Neatby on Duality, and Gordon Robertson on Unity.

Very good in crisp dustjacket. Signed, warmly inscribed and dated by Hillmer to former Liberal member of Parliament Mary Clancy on the flyleaf. 90.00

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97 HINES, Sherman BAILEY, Alfred HINES, Sherman Fredericton. First Edition in dustjacket.
Nimbus Publishing , Halifax, 1984, ISBN:0920852297 
HINES, Sherman. Fredericton. Photography by Sherman Hines. Introduction by Alfred Bailey. (Halifax) : Nimbus Publishing Limited, (1984). First Printing. Pp [i]-vii,(2),[1]-61. Illustrated with colour photographs. Oblong 8vo, orange cloth. Sherman Hines (b. 1941, Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia). Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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98 HINES, Sherman GODFREY, John, introduction Halifax. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed
Nimbus , 1981, ISBN:0920852122 
HINES, Sherman. Halifax: Photographs by Sherman Hines. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Nimbus Publishing Limited, 1981. Pp (3),iv-xiii,[1]-78,(2). Oblong 8vo, blue cloth. Sherman Hines (b. 1941, Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia).Includes many harbour & ship photos. Also a photo of bookseller Gerry O'Br ien "who keeps a watchful eye on Argyle Street." With an introduction by John Godfrey. "Sherman Hines, a native Nova Scotian and Halifax resident, gently lifts the veil with which Kipling mysteriously enshrouded the city, to display for the reader all the nuances of what is both a place and a frame of mind. Generally considered to be one of North America's outstanding photographers, Sherman Hines' affection for his city extends beyond his beautitully restored historic home [the West House, on Gottingen Street] that serves as his for his city extends beyond the beautifully restored historic home that serves as his studio, to a passionate commitment to capture the scenes and seasons of this unique seaport that will become an integral part of the memory albums of residents and visitors alike" - from the dj flap. Verygood in dustjacket. Inscribed by Sherman Hines. 20.00

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99 HINES, Sherman GODFREY, John, introduction Halifax. First Edition in dustjacket, Signed by Hines
Nimbus Publishing, Halifax, 1981, ISBN:0920852122 
HINES, Sherman. Halifax: Photographs by Sherman Hines. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Nimbus Publishing Limited, 1981. Pp (3),iv-xiii,[1]-78,(2). Oblong 8vo, blue cloth. Sherman Hines (b. 1941, Liverpool, Queens County, Nova Scotia).Includes many harbour & ship photos. Also a photo of bookseller Gerry O'Br ien "who keeps a watchful eye on Argyle Street." With an introduction by John Godfrey. "Sherman Hines, a native Nova Scotian and Halifax resident, gently lifts the veil with which Kipling mysteriously enshrouded the city, todisplay for the reader all the nuances of what is both a place and a frame of mind. Generally considered to be one of North America's outstanding pho tographers, Sherman Hines' affection for his city extends beyond his beautitully restored historic home [the West House, on Gottingen Street] that serves as his for his city extends beyond the beautifully restored historic home that serves as his studio, to a passionate commitment to capture the scenes and seasons of this unique seaport that will become an integral part ofthe memory albums of residents and visitors alike" - from the dj flap. Len gthy gift inscription, else very good in dustjacket. Signed by Sherman Hines. 18.00

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100 HINES, Sherman GODFREY, John, introduction Halifax. Fourth Printing in dustjacket
Nimbus , 1986, ISBN:0920852122 
HINES, Sherman. Halifax: Photographs by Sherman Hines. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Nimbus Publishing Limited, (September 1986). Fourth Printing. Pp (3),iv- xiii,[1]-78,(2). Oblong 8vo, blue cloth. Sherman Hines (b. 1941, Liverpool,Queens County, Nova Scotia). Includes many harbour & ship photos. Also a p hoto of bookseller Gerry O'Brien "who keeps a watchful eye on Argyle Street." With an introduction by John Godfrey. "Sherman Hines, a native Nova Scotian and Halifax resident, gently lifts the veil with which Kipling mysteriously enshrouded the city, to display for the reader all the nuances of whatis both a place and a frame of mind. Generally considered to be one of Nor th America's outstanding photographers, Sherman Hines' affection for his city extends beyond his beautitully restored historic home [the West House, on Gottingen Street] that serves as his for his city extends beyond the beautifully restored historic home that serves as his studio, to a passionate commitment to capture the scenes and seasons of this unique seaport that will become an integral part of the memory albums of residents and visitors alike" - from the dj flap. Very good in dustjacket. 12.00

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