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WANLESS, R.K., R.D. STEVENS, G.R. LACHANCE, And C.M. EDMONDS. Geological Survey Of Canada, Paper 66-17. Listings

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1 WANLESS, R.K., R.D. STEVENS, G.R. LACHANCE, and C.M. EDMONDS. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 66-17. Age Determinations and Geological Studies : K-Ar Isotopic Ages, Report 7.
Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, 1967, 
WANLESS, R.K., R.D. STEVENS, G.R. LACHANCE, and C.M. EDMONDS. Age Determinations and Geological Studies : K-Ar Isotopic Ages, Report 7. (Report, 3 tables and 1 figure). (Ottawa) : Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, (1967). Pp [i]-vi,[1]-120,(2),+ large folding map in rear pocket. 8vo, grey printed stapled card covers. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper 66-17. “New potassium-argon age determinations are reported for 153 Canadian mineral and rock samples, listed according to their provincial and territorial distribution. Each sample is described, and a geological interpretation of its determined age is given. The techniques employed are described in outline form. Two recent geological time scales are summarized in tabular form.” - from the Abstract. Spine and margins sunned, else very good. 20.00

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2 STEVENS, G.R. Canadian National Railways. Volume 1 : Sixty years of trial and error (1836-1896). Volume 2 : Towards the inevitable 1896-1922.
Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, Toronto / Vancouver , 1960, 
STEVENS, G.R. Canadian National Railways. Volume 1 : Sixty years of trial and error (1836-1896). Volume 2 : Towards the inevitable 1896-1922. With a Foreword by Donald Gordon and an Introduction by S.W. Fairweather (Vol. 1), and a Foreword by O.M. Solandt (Vol. 2). Toronto / Vancouver : Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited, 1960 (Vol. 1), 1962 (Vol. 2). First Editions. Pp [i]-xviii,[1]-514; [i]-547.(1), frontis + 16 pp plates. Maps. Indexes. 8vo, auburn cloth, blue lettering to spine. Contents : Vol. 1 : Section One: The Earlies. I. The Forest and the River. II. Puffing Billies at the Portages. III. Genesis of a Main Line. IV. The Great Western. Section Two: The Maritimes. V. The Intercolonial. VI. Case History of a Horrible Example. VII. PrinceEdward Island. Section Three: The Grand Trunk. VIII. Anatomy of Disaster. IX. Shadow of the Bailiff. X. Gentlemen in Business. XI. The Bonny Fighters. Section Four: Branches and Collaterals. XII. The Northern Group. XIII. The Cities in Their Pride, XIV. A Dawn like Thunder. Vol. 2 : Section One: Mackenzie and Mann. I. Westward the Star, II. Small Fry. III. Meteors in the Sky. IV. The British Columbia Story. V. The Luck Runs Out. Section Two: TheNational Transcontinental. VI. The Laurier Dream. VII. From Sea to Sea: Th e Eastern Division. VIII. From Sea to Sea: The Western Division. IX. Dream into Nightmare. Section Three: The Last Regimes. X. The Grand Trunk: Temptation and Catastrophe. XI. The Intercolonial: Forty Years and a Shining Hour. Section Four: The Short Lines. XII. Bits and Pieces in the Maritimes. XIII. Quebec: Gagne Ses Epaulettes. XIV. Ontario: Legacies of Ambition. Section Five: The Outliers. XV. The Central Vermont. XVI. "On to the Bay.” Section Six: The Road to Unity. XVII. Political Background to a Merger. XVIII. The Struggle to be Born. Residue from removed book plate to front pastedown of Vol. 1, else very good in edge-browned dustjackets. A lovely set. The setfor 95.00

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3 STEVENS, G.R. City Goes to War : History of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment (3 PPCLI). First Edition in dustjacket.
Produced for the Edmonton Regiment Associates by Charters Pub. Co. Ltd, Brampton, Ont., 1964, 
STEVENS, G.R. A City Goes to War. [dj adds : History of the Loyal Edmonton Regiment (3 PPCLI)]. (Brampton, Ont. : Produced for the Edmonton Regiment Associates by Charters Pub. Co. Ltd.), 1964. First Edition. Pp (12),1-431,(3), double frontispiece + 24 pp.photos + 11 fldg.maps. 8vo, red cloth. Perkins, Regiments : Regiments and Corps of the British Empire and Commonwealth 1758 – 1993 : A Critical Bibliography p.168; Cooke p.189. Very good in dustjacket. 70.00

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4 STEVENS, G.R. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry 1919-1957. Volume Three.
Published for the Historical Committee of the Regiment, Griedbach, Alberta, 1958, 
STEVENS, G.R. Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry 1919-1957. VolumeThree. With a Foreword by The Lady Patricia Ramsay, and an Introduction by Brigadier A. Hamilton Gault. Griedbach, Alberta : Published for the Histor ical Committee of the Regiment. The Hamilton Gault Barracks, n.d. [ca 1958]. Pp [i]-xvi,1-411,(5),+ 32 pp plates + 11 maps/charts. Illustrated. 8vo, red cloth, diamond jubilee colours to front board, gilt lettering to spine. Chapters: 1. Between the Wars; 2. Three Years in Britain; 3. The Sicilian Campaign; 4 .The Drive Up Italy; 5. The Lower Adriatic, Villa Rogatti & Ortona; 6. Break Through to Rome; 7. The Gothic Line; 8. Five Months in the Romagna; 9. Northwest Europe & the End of the War; 10. The Uneasy Years; 11. At War Anew; 12. Korea, Second (2nd) Battalion (December 1950 - October 1951); 13. Korea, First (1st) Battalion (October 1951 - November 1952); 14. Third (3rd) Battalion (1950 - 1953); 15. The New Era. Gashed to top edge and fore-edge of front cover, lacking all 11 maps/charts, good only. As is. 60.00

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