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BAPTIE, Sue (co-ord.). Norman R. GISH (ed.) And Douglas G. EVANS (ed.) GISH, Norman R. (ed.) EVANS, Douglas G. (ed.) Listings

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1 BAPTIE, Sue (co-ord.). Norman R. GISH (ed.) and Douglas G. EVANS (ed.) GISH, Norman R. (ed.) EVANS, Douglas G. (ed.) First Growth: The Story of British Columbia Forest Products Limited
British Columbia Forest Products Limited, 1975, 
BAPTIE, Sue (project co-ordinator). Norman R. GISH (ed.) and Douglas G. EVANS (ed.). First Growth: The Story of British Columbia Forest Products Limited. (Vancouver): British Columbia Forest Products Limited, (1975). Pp. [4], v-xi, 1-286. Illustrated. Large 8vo, ill. card covers. Small chip to head of spine, else vg. 20.00

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2 ORD, Douglas National Gallery of Canada : Ideas, Art, Architecture. in dj.
McGill-Queens University Press, Montreal and Kingston, 2003, ISBN:0773525092 
ORD, Douglas. The National Gallery of Canada : Ideas, Art, Architecture . Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queens University Press, (2003). Pp. (4),[v]-xii,(4),[5]-496,(4). Includes many textual illustrations. 8vo, red cloth with black lettering to spine. "Douglas Ord looks at the gallery's historical and intellectual context -- from 1910 when Eric Brown became the gallery's founding director, through Jean Sutherland Boggs, to Shirley Thomson -- sheeding light on the gallery's acquisitions, government policy towards the arts, and the public's deep-rooted suspicion of avant-garde art." - from the dj. Vg-fine in crisp dj. 30.00

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3 ORD, Douglas. Navigating without a Compass.
Oberon Press, 2000, ISBN:0778011461 
ORD, Douglas. Navigating without a Compass. N.pl.: (Oberon Press, 2000). First Edition. Pp [1]-174,(2). 8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in black. Cover art by David Milne. "Where do people with a passing interestin art get their idea of its proper nature? So begins Douglas Ord’s explor ation of the public meaning of art in Canada. This exploration takes him first to a discussion of the value of talking about art at all (with excursions to Verdun, to the Champs Elysées and to Expo 67). Then to the National Gallery, the Musée d’art contemporain, the Art Gallery of Ontario and an exhibition of contemporary art at a small Canadian art school." - from the back cover. Sheila Grant was the author of numerous articles on life issues and the ethics of biotechnology, and wife of noted Canadian philosopher George Parkin Grant. Very good. Signed with inscription by the author to Sheila Grant. 25.00

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