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18201 FORBES, H.D. Nationalism, Ethnocentrism, and Personality : Social Science and Critical Theory.
University of Chicago Press, Chicago & London , 1985, ISBN:0226257037 
FORBES, H.D. Nationalism, Ethnocentrism, and Personality : Social Science and Critical Theory. Chicago & London : The University of Chicago Press, (1985). First Printing. Pp [i]-x,1-255,(7). Index. 8vo, grey cloth, maroon lettering to spine. H.D. Forbes is associate professor of political science atthe University of Toronto. George Parkin Grant (1918-1988) was a Canadian philosopher, teacher and political commentator, whose popular appeal peakedin the late 1960s and 1970s. He is best known for his nationalism, politic al conservatism, comments on technology, pacifism, Christian faith, and conservative views regarding abortion and is credited as one of Canada's most original thinkers. Grant was a faculty member at Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S., twice (1947-1960, 1980-1988). Corners bumped, else very good in nicked dustjacket. Signed presentation copy from the author to George P. Grant, and with a two-page Autograph Letter Signed by the author to Prof. Grant laid in. 35.00

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18202 FORBES, James, Rev.) Notes on Collections of the University of Toronto Library 1) Forbes Collection
University of Toronto Library, Toronto, 1968, 
LANDON, Richard G. Forbes Collection . Toronto: University of Toronto Library, 1968. Pp. [1]-8. 8vo, printed stapled grey card covers. Notes on Collections of the University of Toronto Library number 1. Vg. 20.00

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18203 FORBES, Jeanne A. Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828. Transcribed, Translated and Published by Jeanne A. Forbes. With introduction by Caryl Coleman. By authority of the Board of Estimate of the City of New Rochelle.
Paragraph Press, New Rochelle, N.Y., 1916, 
FORBES, Jeanne A. Records of the Town of New Rochelle 1699-1828. Transcribed, Translated and Published by Jeanne A. Forbes. With introduction by CarylColeman. By authority of the Board of Estimate of the City of New Rochelle . New Rochelle, N.Y.: The Paragraph Press, 1916. First Edition. Pp (4),[i]-xvi,[1]-525,(3),+ 3 plates + 3 folding maps. Index. 8vo, green cloth, gilt lettering to spine. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL APPLY DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Wear to spine ends and corners, some wear and fading to edges, inner hinges cracked, binding shaky, occasional foxing, penned name, George Allen's nametamp (with pencilled numbers added in margins and underlined names referring to his genealogical work sheets), else good. As is. 40.00

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18204 FORBES, John COKER, William S. BUTT, Vicki D., et al John Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, 1804. paperback
Perdido Bay Press, Pensacola, 1979, ISBN:0933776020 
FORBES, John. John Forbes' Description of the Spanish Floridas, 1804. Edited and Introduction by William S. Coker. Translated by Vicki D. Butt, Joyce Lee Durbin, Maria del Carmen MacDonald, Mary Ellen West [and] William S. Coker. Maps by Jerome F. Coling. Index by Polly Coker. Pensacola : The Perdido Bay Press, 1979. Pp (4),1-45,(3),+ folding map. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled tan card covers, lettered in black. Contents : Introduction; Forbes' Description; Bibliography; Index. List of Maps : 1. Land Grants to Panton, Leslie and Company and John Forbes and Company, 1804-1818. 2. Map ofFlorida prepared from John Forbes' Description of 1804. 3. Correct Geograp hic Locations for the Southeast, 1804. 4. Choctaw Land Cessions to the United States, 1801-1802. Illustration : Facsimile of the first page of Forbes'"Descripcidn". This edition limited to 1,000 numbered copies - however, th is copy is not numbered. Penned name, else very good. 35.00

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18205 FORBES, Rosita. Unicorn in the Bahamas.
E.P. Dutton & Co., New York, 1940, 
FORBES, Rosita. A Unicorn in the Bahamas. New York : E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1940. First Edition. Pp [1]-244,(4), frontis + 14 pp plates. Endpaper Maps. 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. A history and description of the Bahamas. Ex-library (Cambridge Military Library inkstampand discard stamp, spine label), spine faded, else very good. Uncommon. 20 .00

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18206 FORBES, Rosita. JOHNSTON, Harry Secret of the Sahara : Kufara
George H. Doran Company, New York, 1921, 
FORBES, Rosita. The Secret of the Sahara : Kufara. With an Introduction by Sir Harry Johnston. With 54 illustrations from photographs by the author and a map. New York : George H. Doran Company, (copyroght 1921). Pp (6),vii-xxx,k(2),1-356, frontispiece portrait + 30 leaves of plates + folding map. Index. 8vo, green cloth, maroon lettering to front board and spine, maroon decoration to front board. Rosita Forbes, née Joan Rosita Torr (16 January 1890 – 30 June 1967) was an English travel writer and explorer. In 1920-21 she was the first European woman to visit the Kufra Oasis in Libya (togetherwith the Egyptian explorer Ahmed Hassanein), in a period when this was clo sed to westerners. Contents : Introduction by Sir Harry Johnston. Preface. 1. We Enter on the Great Adventure. 2. Plans for the Flight. 3. The Escape from Jedabia. 4. Across the Desert with She-ib. 5. Triumphant Arrival at Jalo. 6. Christmas in the Desert. 7. A Faulty Guide on a Waterless Way. 8. The Lake in the Desert. 9. Treachery at Hawari. 10. Feasts in the Holy Place.11. The "Cities" of Kufara. 12. The Flight from Taj. 13. Through the Mount ains. 14. The Elusive Dunes. 15. The End of the Journey. Glossary. Spine rubbed, corners bumped, else every good. 40.00

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18207 FORBRIGGER, Lorena, (ed.). Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia : A Glimpse of the Past. Reprint Edition, Hardcover in dustjacket
Port Hawkesbury Centennial Committee, Sydney, 1997, 
FORBRIGGER, Lorena, (ed.). Port Hawkesbury, Nova Scotia : A Glimpse of the Past. Sydney : Printed by City Printers Limited for Port Hawkesbury Centennial Committee, 1997. "Reprinted in 1997" [on the front dustjacket flap]. . Pp (5),vi-ix,(1),[1]-120,(2),6),(2). Triple column. With over 150 b&w photos as well as other illustrations. 4to, blue hardcovers, with gilt letteringto front & spine and gilt town seal on front.. Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana, 3642. Chapters : 1. The Beginning Years 1780s to 1880s (by Lorena Bethel Forbrigger); 2. The Incorporation of Port Hawkesbury (by W.J. "Billy Joe" MacLean}; 3. Industrial and Community Development, 1880s to 1950 (by Helen MacDonald and Lorena Bethel Forbrigger); 4. The Creamery (by Flo Hennessey); 5. The Ice-Cream Parlour (by Margaret McCully); 6. Port Hawkesbury Pub;ic Schools, 1900 to 1961 (by Flo Hennessey); 7. The War Years (by Lorena Bethel Forbrigger and Helen MacDonald); 8. The Good Old Days in Port Hawkesbury (by Helen MacDonald); 9. Industrial and Community Development, 1950 to Present (by Patricia M. Dietz) [including the building of the Candso Causeway, Stora Forest Industries, the Oil Refinery, the Heavy Water Pant, &c]; 10. Education in Port Hawkesbury, 1961-1988 (by Helen MacDonald); 11. What is PortHawkesbury? (by Helen MacDonald); 12. Let's Not Forget the Admiral [tiny p iece on Edward Hawke BY Helen MacDonald]. With lengthy appendices. This reprint has a six-page update at the end, with the "The Port Hawkesbury Story Continues" by A Blaise McInnis and "Stora Port Hawkesbury Limited: Industrial Growth and Expansion"" by Patricia M. Dietz. Chapter 3 has the followingnautical sections (pp.28-37) : the railroad ferries, passenger ships, car ferries, the waterfront, and the Boston Boats. "Reprinted in 1997. The Strait Waterfront Development Corporation has issued this reprint as a fund-raising project. The Corporation wished to acknowledge the work of the contributors to the original edition and to thank those who contributed to the sixpage insert." - front dj flap and fist page. Very good in torn dustjacket. 80.00

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18208 FORCESE, Dennis Canadian Class Structure. 3rd card covers
McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 1989, 
FORCESE, Dennis. The Canadian Class Structure. Third Edition. Tor.: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, (1989). Pp 202. 8vo, card covers. Vg. 12.50

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18209 Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited Yours for the Driving. Vol. 3, Issue No. 9, 1st Quarter 1963
Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd, London, Ontario , 1963, 
(Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited). Yours for the Driving. Vol. 3, Issue No. 9, 1st Quarter 1963. (London, Ontario : Ford Motor Company of Canada Ltd., 1963). Pp [1]-17,(1) including covers. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated stapled wrappers. Contents : “Allez Alouette” [on the Canadian Aloutte satellite] by David McIntosh (pp 3-11); “Automation for the Driver” (pp 13-15, mislabelled 17). This edition compliments of the Ford dealership of Wood-Hennigar Limited, Halifax, N.S. Rubbed, tear to bottom margin of front wrapper, mailing inkstamp with penned address correction, else good. 10.00

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18210 FORD, Arthur R. LANDON, Fred, foreword BRUCE, Charles, association copy As The World Wags On : The Autobiography of a Roving Editor.. First Printing in dustjacket. signed
Ryerson Press, Toronto, 1950, 
FORD, Arthur R. As The World Wags On. Foreword by Fred Landon. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (November 1950). First Printing. Pp (4),v-x,1-228,(2). 8vo, red cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Dustjacket flap adds : The Autobiography of a Roving Editor. Watters p.500. Arthur Rutherford Ford (b. December 6, 1880, Point Edward, Lambton, Ontario- d. 1968). "One of Canada's leadingnewspapermen has brought together into one volume the story of the last fi fty years. The expanding days of the Canadian West when thousands of immigrants poured weekly through Winnipeg, the building of the railways and the marking of new town sites, the political changes that took place while the last of the great figures who had something to do with the making of the Dominion were still on the stage, the visits to Washington during wartime, to Australia, New Zealand and Europe and the Hague Congress—all these and morefrom the pen of an outstanding Canadian newspaperman, Parliamentary corres pondent, reporter and public servant, go into the making of this absorbing record. This book will add much to his already great reputation as a reporter. Arthur Rutherford Ford has covered as much territory and as many major stories as any living Canadian newspaperman. The fact that his father was aMethodist minister gave him early experience in moving about. Later he did plenty on his own, visiting almost every part of Canada, much of the U.S., Europe ana Australia." (from the dj). Spine ends sunned, ex-libris Charles Bruce (with his penned initials), else very good in edgeworn and edge-brow ned dustjacket. Signed with inscription from the author ("Greetings from Arthur R. Ford / to my good friend / Charles Bruce."). 30.00

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18211 FORD, Brian J. Nonscience; or, How to Rule the World. First Edition.
Wolfe Publishing Ltd, London, 1971, 
FORD, Brian J. Nonscience and the Pseudotransmogrificationalific Egocentrified Reorientational Proclivities Inherently Intracorporated in Expertistical Cerebrointellectualised Redeploymentation with Special Reference to Quasi-Notional Fashionistic Normativity, the Indoctrinationalistic Methodological Modalities and Scalar Socio-Economic Promulgationary Improvementalisationalism Predelineated Positotaxically Toward Individualistified Mass-Acceptance Grartificationalistic Securipermanntalisationary Professionism, or, How to Rule the World. A Quasi-Official Report by Brian J. Ford. London: Wolfe Publishing Ltd, (1971). First Printing. Pp. (4),5-206,(2). Illustrated in black and white. 8vo, grey cloth with gilt lettering to spine. A lampoon of academia and scientific scholarship. Contents: 1. Farewell, Science...: Howthe Expert has taken control of our lives; a backward glance to the good o ld days and a foretaste of Nonscience at work; 2. What is Nonscience?: How Experts have freed themselves from the tyranny of 'intellect', 'creativity', 'integrity' and the rest -- the birth of bureaucratic conformity; 3. How to become an Expert: Expert pronouncements and the objectionables -- the use of professional condescension and negative pronouncements -- when quasi-notional fashionistic normativity ('fashionism') raises its head; 4. The Training Process: Pupillary principlkes and peculation; how to guarantee success at school and college examinations -- correct use of style -- batch sampling in student training; 5. A Career as an Expert: Finding a job with highrewards and a low work-lord -- grants and how to get one -- how Experts in industry keep a. the public, and b. the employer, in the dark -- how to fi ll in an application form successfully; 6. The Expert at Large: How to conform; the art of the acceptable human being. Supracharacteristic sociotropism, infallibalistic omnipotentiality and how to succeed at snobbery. How to change your name if it lacks authority; 7. The Break into Print: Publications and the inter-Exzpert status shuffle -- easy ways to construct obscurantific prose -- formulae and diagrams and how to use them; formulae and diagrams and how NOT to use them. Writing a textbook that confuses everyone; 8. How to Impress your Colleagues: Paper qualifications and how to get them; the best way to become an FRS and win a Nobel prize; letters after the name -- how to choose them -- how to acquire some; 9. Fame at Last: How to hit the headlines time and time again -- choosing a press campaign of international proportions -- the correct way for an Expert to approach the mass mediaand to stay at the top; 10. What the Experts have been doing: Bringing the new religion into the lives of the ordinary public -- what you could metri cate or decimalise next while no one's looking -- how figures will soon do away with the need for language -- the Expert in history. The Expert's MOSTVITAL requirement; 11. The Way Ahead: Ingrowing toenails and phallic symbo lism; how to become great and famous overnight. How to find a cure / cause / diesease for any disease / cause / cure -- how to wipe your bottom -- getting in on the sex boom -- how to cause a world-wide panic in one easy lesson; 12. Expertistical Reorientational Assessment: Final Examination Paper: A test, in the tradition of all the best examinations, to determine your Expert rating -- can you make the grade? Have you that essential quality thatall Experts need? Try this test, fill in the frame of reference, and find out painlessly [sample question: 6. Pick five terms that are of supreme importance to you from the following list: a. rock and roll, b. chastity, c. drug law liberalisation, d. honesty, e. integrity, f. hot pants, g. objectivity, h. skiing, i. intellect, j. sexual liberation]. A couple of small smudges to boards, else very good. 30.00

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18212 FORD, Cathy Sexing the Angels. First Edition, Limited, Signed.
Erosisarose Press, Mayne Island, BC, 1996, 
FORD, Cathy. Sexing the Angels . (Mayne Island, BC : Erosisarose Press, 1996). Pp. [36]. 8vo, illustrated yellow card covers with gold string , wrapped in gold and white doilies. Printed in a first edition of fifty copies, ofwhich ten are lettered, forty are numbers; all signed. This is number 8. V ery good. 50.00

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18213 FORD, Cathy Saffron, Rose and Flame : The Joan of Arc Poems. First Edition, Signed.
Gynergy Books, Charlottetown, PEI, 1989, ISBN:092188107x 
FORD, Cathy. Saffron, Rose and Flame : The Joan of Arc Poems. Charlottetown, PEI: Gynergy Books, 1989. Pp. (10),11-127,(1). 8vo, illustrated red card covers. A collection of poetry by the Saskatchewan-born poet, dedicated to the life of Joan of Arc. Very good. Signed and inscribed by the author on the title page. 25.00

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18214 FORD, Cathy By Violent Means. First Edition.
Blewointment Press, Vancouver, 1983, ISBN:0889710899 
FORD, Cathy. By Violent Means. (Vancouver): blewointment press, 1983. FirstPrinting. Pp. (12),[1]-77,(9). 8vo, illustrated grey card covers with blac k titles to white spine. Ford's seventh collection of poems. Includes the following poems: Part 1: The Ace of Spades: "The Swan's Long Neck Is Broken (for terry, june 28th,1981)", "Rape of the First Woman in Paradise", "For The One Whose Moon Is Always Hung In The Right Sky, Winter Sky", "Black RoseTheatre", "Carapace (for jennifer, for the word, for jean)", "The Poet Int oxicated and Standing Alone In a Crowded Room", "The Gladioli Field (for marya's words, this is for her)", "For My Friend Who Went Travelling For a Year And Hasn't Yet Returned (To Me)", "Hotel Dilletante (for dona)", "The Eyes", "Cut Flowers", "On His Dying (for bobby, may 7th, 1981)", "For the Death of My Alter Ego's Husband", "Vertebrae", "Dane Dance Tender Maiden (for mary and emily)", "The Tiger Lily, The Bouquet (for carolyn, et nicole)", "The Dance of Death". Part 2: The Book of Chance: "Remnants", "The Crazy Women (for annie)", "The Imagination, In Flight", "The Occupied, During the Occupation (for maxine)", "The War For Peace (for anastasia)", "Weaving, A Thread--", "The Last Cornfield (for penelope)", "The White Road", "The Last Apple Tree (for ingrid)", "Letterknife, As Scissors, As Metaphor (for rikki)", "Trying to Draw Blood (for sharon)", "Cut Prose (for/against tyranny)", "Eros, at War (for mona)", "Some Roses", "The Perfect Woman's Room (for peggy, and for anne who said clark street, which it was)", "Poem For My SummerVisitor", "A Starling Against The Window", "The Flesh Does Not Remember (f or dwain)", "Stopping The Heart", and "The Robin's Egg" Very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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18215 FORD, Cathy Stray Zale. First Edition.
Blewointmentpress, Vancouver, 1975, 
FORD, Cathy. Stray Zale. (Vancouver): Blewointmentpress, (1975). First Printing. Pp. (60). Unpaginated. 8vo, stapled illustrated grey and black card covers with black titles to front. Includes the following poems: "Directions", "Pit Mining", "Street Song", "The Picture Painted", "Ageing", "Saltspring Island", "Anniversary", "Women", "Leaving You", "Crop History", "Slowly Kind Words", "Morning", "Approaches", "Running Commentary", "Old Murders", "Spectators", "Compost", "Laughter", "Echoes", "Eating Fish", "Developing Fluid", "City Geography", "Hello", "Gardens Growing", "Credibility", "Millie", "Going Home", "Parting Gestures", "Raspberry Wine Blues", "The Sky She", "Another Old Story", "Earth Smell", "Early Sunday", "Summer", "Walking in the Dark", "Shine", "Park", "Catching Butterflies", "Child's Story", "The Oldest Hunt", "Understanding", "Song of Tears", "First Morning". Very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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18216 FORD, Cathy Tall Trees. First Edition.
Blewointment Press, Vancouver, 1977, ISBN:0889710279 
FORD, Cathy. Tall Trees. (Vancouver: Blewointment Press, 1977). First Printing. Pp. (96), including 6 p. of plates. Unpaginated. Illustrated in black and white. Small oblong 8vo, illustrated black and grey card covers with black titles to front and spine, white spine. Includes the following poems: "Roots", "Lake Forecast", "Seeding: The Plateau Above the River", "Vanderhoof", "Lunch", "God's Country, They Said", "The Sky", "On the Road to Kenney Dam", "The Incredible", "Friends", "Portrait in Leaves", "Gravel Road, Dust", "Dream / Sleep Song", "Canadian", "Child's Diary", "Musical: Near Blackwater", "Taking Time", "Sunday: Grouse", "Parasitic Relationships", "Illusions: The Wild That's Left", "Hope: In Branches", "Search", "Going Back", "Dry Poem", "First Meeting", "Introduction Choices", "Farwell Canyon", "Meeting by Accident", "Poem", "Pinto Lake", "Chocolate Chip Cookies", "Party", "The Wagon and Horse Poem", "Lies", "Passing Redstone: The '52 Chev Graveyard", "Atnarko", "Mercy", "I Watched You", "Hunlen Falls", "Lonesome Lake", "Hiking", "Kleena Kleene", "The Chilcotin", "Agnes", "The Nazko", "Sugarcane", "The Horsefly Trophy (for Valerie)", "Indian", "Bracelet: Charms", "Voice", "At Williams Lake", "Don't Push the River", "Springhouse", "September 30Telegram", "Tall Trees", "Retreat: Presseed Flowers", "Cache Creeke", "Lan d Use Statistics", "Lillooet Lake", "Returns: Bella Coola to Indian Arm", "One More", "Prophet", "Huckleberry Pie", "Joseph's Poem", and "The Country is a Furred Animal". Very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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18217 FORD, Cathy Desiring Heart. First Edition.
Caitlin Press, Vancouver, 1985, ISBN:0920576141 
FORD, Cathy. The Desiring Heart. (Vancouver): Caitlin Press, 1985. First Printing. Pp. (108). Unpagianted. Square 8vo, illustrated white and grey cardcovers with black lettering to front cover and spine. Limited to 500 copie s. Includes the following poem cycles: "Developing Fluid", "Biologies", "Teeth", "Special", "First Air for Choking", "The House that Breathes", "Millie", "Hair Portraits", and "Later On She Was Blind But Se Could Always Find A Needle". Very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 12.50

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18218 FORD, Cathy Affaires of the Heart. First Edition.
Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park, BC, 1982, ISBN:0920080529 
FORD, Cathy. Affaires of the Heart. (Madeira Park, BC): Harbour Publishing,1982. First Printing. Pp. (6),7-80. 8vo, illustrated white card covers wit h black titles to front cover and spine. Ford's fifth collection of poems. Includes the following poem cycles: "On Receiving An Open Invitation (for her)" (13 poems); "Relationships (for him & her)" (14 poems); and "On Performance, On Giving (a poem for christmas, two angels and the loved one)" (17 poems). Very good. Due to the small size of this book, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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18219 FORD, Cathy HAASE, Peter WINDERS, Lynette (photo) Cunnilingus, or How I Learned to Love Figure Skating. First Edition, Limited, Signed.
(m)Öthêr Tøngué Press, 1997, ISBN:0969890494 
FORD, Cathy. Cunnilingus, or How I Learned to Love Figure Skating. Illustrated by Peter Haase. Front cover photograph and additional photo tipped in by Lynette Winders. (Salt Spring Island, BC): (m)Öthêr Tøngué Press, 1997. Pp. [32], unpaginated. Square 8vo, red card covers, black & white photographonlay to front, black titles, endpapers are white rayon Sanwa tissue with gold and silver flecks, handsewn. This edition is limited to 100 signed andnumbered copies, this being no. 52, signed by the author. An exceptionaly nice copy, with gift inscription from the author on the half-title, in addition to being signed by the artist under one of his illustrations. 80.00

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18220 FORD, Clellan S. Behavior Science Field Guides, Volume 2 Field Guide to the Study of Human Reproduction
Human Relations Area Files Press, New Haven, 1964, 
FORD, Clellan S. Field Guide to the Study of Human Reproduction. New Haven : Human Relations Area Files Press, 1964. Pp (6),[1]-60 leaves, printed oneside only. 8vo, light grey card covers, black lettering to front cover and spine. Behavior Science Field Guides, Volume 2. Contents : Introductory No te. I. Sexual Behavior : 1. Anatomy. 2. Self-stimulation. 3. Homosexual behavior. 4. Bestiality. 5. Prohibitions and avoidances. 6. Coitus. 7. Importance of physical characteristics in sexual attraction. 8. Methods of inviting intercourse. 9. Sexual mateships. 10. Sexual liaisons. II. The Female SexCycle : 1. Menstruation. 2. Conception. 3. Contraception. 4. Pregnancy. II I. Childbirth and Post Partum : 1. Preparations for delivery. 2. Assistants. 3. Delivery techniques. 4. Behavior of relatives. 5. Postnatal care of infant. 6. Unusual births. 7. Infanticide. 8. Postpartum care of mother. 9. Concept of infancy. 10. Physical development of the infant. 11. Naming. 12. Infant care. 13. Nursing. 14. Weaning. Rubbed, else very good. 30.00

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18221 FORD, Corey DOWER, Walter Uncle Perk's Jug : The Misadventures of the Lower Forty Shooting, Angling and Inside Straight Club. 1st US in dj
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1964, 
FORD, Corey. Uncle Perk's Jug : The Misadventures of the Lower Forty Shooting, Angling and Inside Straight Club. Illustrated by Walter Dower. NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1964). First US Edition. Pp. 150. 8vo, tan cloth with red initials to front. Vg in price-clipped dj. 150.00

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18222 FORD, Corey DOWER, Walter STEIG, William (cartoons) You Can't Always Tell a Fisherman * : (*But you can't tell him much.). 1st ed in dj
Henry Holt and Company, 1958, 
FORD, Corey. You Can't Always Tell a Fisherman* : (*But you can't tell him much.). The Minutes of the Lower Forty Shooting, Angling and Inside Straight Club. Illustrated by Walter Dower with cartoons by William Steig. NY: Henry Holt and Company, 91958). First US Edition. Pp. 159. 8vo, tan cloth boards, green cloth spine. Vg in edge-worn, price-clipped dj. 70.00

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18223 FORD, Corey. Where the Sea Breaks Its Back : The Epic Story of Early Naturalist Georg Steller and the Russian Exploration of Alaska.
Alaska Northwest Books, Anchorage / Seattle , 1992, ISBN:088240394X 
FORD, Corey. Where the Sea Breaks Its Back : The Epic Story of Early Naturalist Georg Steller and the Russian Exploration of Alaska. With drawings by Lois Darling. Anchorage / Seattle : Alaska Northwest Books, (1992). First Northwest Books Printing. Pp [i]-x,(2),[1]-206,(6). Illustrated. Maps. 8vo, illustrated blue card covers. "Where the Sea Breaks Its Back is the story of the remarkable life of Georg Wilhelm Steller (1709-1742), one of Europe'sforemost naturalists and the first to document the unique wildlife of the Alaskan coast. It is also the account of Vitus Bering's tragic last voyage across the uncharted North Pacific to "agunalaksh", the original Aleut wordfor "the shores where the sea breaks its back." In the course of that jour ney, Steller made his valuable discoveries and suffered, along with Bering and the crew of the ill-fated brig St. Peter, some of the most grueling experiences in the history of Arctic exploration." - from the back cover. Penned name, inkstamps, else very good. 10.00

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18224 FORD, Edward R. Details of Modern Architechture. in dj
MIT Press, 1990, 
FORD, Edward R. The Details of Modern Architechture. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, (1990). Pp. 371including over 500 illustrations. Square 4to, white cloth. Vg in rubbed dj. 75.00

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18225 FORD, Ford Madox Your Mirror to My Times : The Selected Autobiographies and Impressions of Ford Madox Ford. First American Edition in dustjacjet
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, 1971, 
FORD, Ford Madox. Your Mirror to My Times : The Selected Autobiographies and Impressions of Ford Madox Ford. Edited, with an Introduction, by Michael Killigrew. New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, (1971). First US Printing. Pp 392. 8vo, black cloth. Very good in slightly worn, price-clipped dustjacjet (short tears). 35.00

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18226 FORD, Ford Madox Rash Act : A Novel. First American Edition
Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, Inc, New York, 1933, 
FORD, Ford Madox. The Rash Act : A Novel. New York : Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, Inc., 1933. First US Edition. Pp 380. 8vo, brown cloth. Harvey A71a.Name, covers lightly worn, else very good. 50.00

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18227 FORD, Ford Madox It Was the Nightingale. First Edition
J. B. Lippincott Company, Philadelphia & London, 1933, 
FORD, Ford Madox. It Was the Nightingale. Philadelphia & London : J. B. Lippincott Company, 1933. First Edition. Pp (4),5-[382],(2). Index. 8vo, blackcloth, gilt to front board and spine. The American edition (1933) preceded the British edition (1934). Ford Madox Ford (born Ford Hermann Hueffer (b. December 17, 1873 – d. June 26, 1939) was an English novelist, poet, criti c and editor whose journals, The English Review and The Transatlantic Review, were instrumental in the development of early 20th-century English literature. Ford's memoirs of London, Paris and New York, and of his encounters with Conrad, Hemingway, Proust, and Joyce, among other writers. Contents : I. "Domine Dirige Nos." II. "Fluctuat Nec Mergitur." III. "E Pluribus Multa." Light war and creasing to spine, corners bumped, a couple of small stains and minor dampstaining to boards, penned name dated Montreal 1933, else very good. 40.00

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18228 FORD, Ford Madox Mirror to France. First American Edition
Albert & Charles Boni Publishers, New York, 1926, 
FORD, Ford Madox. A Mirror to France. New York : Albert & Charles Boni Publishers, (1926). First American Edition. Pp (4),5-290,(2), colour frontispiece. 8vo, red cloth, gren lettering to front board and spine. Harvey, Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939 : A Bibliography of Works and Criticism A60. Dedicatedto Gertrude Stein. Contents : 1. Introductory. 2. Rive Gauche. 3. The Left Bank Again. 4. Politics. 5. The Body Politic. 6. The Sou. 7. "Vivent les F emmes..." 8. Being out of Heart with Government. 9. (L'Envoi) From the GreyStone. Spine and margins of back cover sunned, remnant of bookseller's tic ket, else very good. 70.00

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18229 FORD, Ford Madox Last Post : A Novel.. First American Edition
Albert & Charles Boni, New York, 1928, 
FORD, Ford Madox. The Last Post : A Novel. New York: Albert & Charles Boni,1928. First US Edition. Pp 285. 8vo, green cloth. Spine lightly sunned and with a central crease, name to front endpaper, tear to last blank at gutte r, else vg. 30.00

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18230 FORD, Ford Madox JAMES, Henry CONRAD, Joseph TURGENEV, Ivan Portraits from Life : Memories and Criticisms of Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Thomas Hardy, H.G. Wells, Stephen Crane, D.H. Lawrence, John Galsworthy, Ivan Turgenev, W.H. Hudson, Theodore Dreiser, [and] Algernon Charles Swinburne
Houghton Mifflin, Boston / New York, 1937, 
FORD, Ford Madox. Portraits from Life : Memories and Criticisms of Henry James, Joseph Conrad, Thomas Hardy, H.G. Wells, Stephen Crane, D.H. Lawrence,John Galsworthy, Ivan Turgenev, W.H. Hudson, Theodore Dreiser, [and] Alger non Charles Swinburne. Illustrated. Boston / New York : Houghton Mifflin, 1937. First Edition. Pp 227. 8vo, blue cloth. Harvey, Ford Madox Ford, 1873-1939 : A Bibliography of Works and Criticism A78a, which gives the print run as 2,500 copies. Covers dusty, spine faded and spotted, else very good. 30.00

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18231 FORD, Ford Madox). MOSER, Thomas C MOSER, Thomas C. Life in the Fiction of Ford Madox Ford. in dj.
Princeton University Press, 1980, 
(FORD, Ford Madox). MOSER, Thomas C. Life in the Fiction of Ford Madox Ford. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, (1980). Pp 349 8vo, pink cloth. Vg in very slightly rubbed, spine-sunned dj. 30.00

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18232 FORD, Joe H. SERVER, William J. These Are the Dreams
Journalism Laboratory, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, VA, 1935, 
FORD, Joe H. These Are the Dreams ; illustrations by William J. Server. Lexington, VA: (Journalism Laboratory, Washington and Lee University), 1935. Pp. 58. Illustrated. 8vo, grey paper covered spine with white paper covered boards, white paper title label to spine. A collection of poetry. Spine and boards browned, slightly splayed, gift inscription, else vg. 20.00

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18233 FORD, John M. MAYO, Frank Growing Up Weightless. Introduction by James Gunn. Artwork by Frank Mayo. Signed First Edition Bound in Genuine Leather.
Easton Press, Norwalk, CT , 1993, 
FORD, John M. Growing Up Weightless. Introduction by James Gunn. Artwork byFrank Mayo. Signed First Edition Bound in Genuine Leather. Norwalk, CT : T he Easton Press, (1993). Pp (2),[i]-viii,(2),[1]-246, colour frontis. 8vo, maroon full leather, gilt decoration to boards, gilt lettering to spine, all edges gilt, with gold ribbon marker. A science fiction novel. Circular blindstamp, else very good. Signed without inscription by the author. 70.00

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18234 FORD, Leslie. BROWN, Zenith, pseud.]. Honolulu Story. [British Title: Man From Japan]. First American Edition industjacket.
Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 1946, 
FORD, Leslie [pseud. Zenith Brown, nee. Jones]. Honolulu Story. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1946. First US Printing. Pp. (10),1-252,(2). 8vo, blue and tan cloth with blue lettering to front board and spine. Stamp to copyright page states that "this story was originally published in the Saturday Evening Post under the title 'Man From Japan'." "This new 'Col. PrimroseMystery Novel' might have well been called 'The New Mrs. Latham Mystery No vel', because Mrs. Latham plays almost as important a part in it as the Colonel. The scene is Hawaii, and practically all of the action takes place inand around a house high up on the mountainside above Honolulu. It is the s tory of a black-sheep American, whose family had lived in Hawaii for generations, but who went to Japan, and, sometime after Pearl Harbor, decided to come back and play traitor to his country. Mrs. Latham is present when he makes his first appearance in his family's house, she is present when his murdered body is discovered -- and disposed of -- and she is deeply involved in the circumstances that lead up to the second murder, that of a beautifulHawaiian-American girl who is engaged to marry an American aviator." - fro m the dustjacket. Ex-library (large portion of the flyleaf removed with stamps to the remaining portion, stamp of Donaldson's Library, Quinpool Road, [Halifax] to pastedowns), slightly cocked, boards a bit grubby, else good in chipped, edgeworn, lightly verso-stained dustjacket. As is. 15.00

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18235 FORD, Louis R. Marine Diesel Handbook. Third Printing
Diesel Publications, Inc., New York City, 1944, 
FORD, Louis R. Marine Diesel Handbook. New York City : Diesel Publications,Inc., (1944). Third Printing. Pp i-vii,1-883,(1),+ 25 pp ads at front (and other paginated ads at rear). Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lette ring to front and spine. Contents : 1. Marine Applications of the Diesel Engine. 2. Principles of the Diesel Engine. 3. Types of Diesel Engines. 4. Diesel Engine Construction, Fixed Parts. 5. Diesel Engine Construction, Moving Parts. 6. Pistons and Piston Rings. 7. Cylinder Head Valves. 8. Fuel System. 9. Fuel Injection Systems. 10. Cooling System. 11. Principles of Lubrication. 12. Application of Lubrication. 13. Air Systems. 14. Diesel Engine Fuel. 15. Diesel Propulsion Methods. 16. Diesel-Electric Drive. 17. Supercharging. 18. Factors Affecting Overall Economy. 19. Waste Heat Recovery. 20. Propellers and Propulsion. 21. Speed Regulation. 22. Vibration and Noise Suppression. 23. Electricity on the Motorship. 24. Operation and Maintenance of Diesel Engines. 25. Use of the Indicator. 26. Miscellaneous Accessory Equipment. 27. Practical Questions on Operation. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Cocked, spinebrowned, rubbed, inner hinges broken, penned name, else good only. 20.00

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18236 FORD, R.A.D. Solitary City : Poems and Translations. First Edition, hardback in dustjacket
McClelland & Stewart, Toronto , 1969, 
FORD, R.A.D. The Solitary City : Poems and Translations. Toronto : McClelland & Stewart, 1969. Pp 94. purple patterned paper-covered boards. Spadoni &Donnelly 2094. Robert Arthur Douglas Ford (b. January 8, 1915, Ottawa - d. April 12, 1998, Vichy, France) was a Canadian poet, translator and diploma t. His second book of poems; includes translations of Akhmatova, Mayakovskyand Pasternak. Very good -fine in dustjacket (light soiling, small stain t o rear panel corner, 1/2" section missing from front panel by spine, closedtear and creasing). 35.00

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18237 FORD, R.A.D. Window on the North. First Edition in dustjacket
Ryerson Press, Toronto , 1956, 1956 
FORD, R.A.D. A Window on the North. Toronto : The Ryerson Press, (June 1956). First Edition. Pp (4),v-vi,(2),3-48,(2). 8vo, grey boards, brown lettering to front board and spine.

Robert Arthur Douglas Ford (b. January 8, 1915, Ottawa - d. April 12, 1998, Vichy, France) was a Canadian poet, translator and diplomat.

"The north and the south: these are the main influences in the poetry of Mr. Ford. And with a high receptivity to extreme, it was luck that took him in the service of Canadian diplomacy from the feminine grace of Rio-de-Janeiro to the hard masculinity of Moscow. Throughout his poems, even those on strictly Canadian themes, these two influences constantly re appear. The book is divided into three parts, of which the third, 'Luis Medias Pontual in Red Square,' is perhaps the most important. It was written just after the war, in Moscow, and reflects the impact on the author of the many disenchanted Spanish Republic émigrés whom he encountered at that time. In the person of Luis Medias Pontual the poem tries to portray the tragedy of the western intellectual of the left, awakening to bitter disillusionment, and of the incapacity of the Westerner to comprehend the mystery of Russia." - from the dj.

The poems:
Part I. Middle of the Century. "Lynx", "Twenty Below ", "The Golden Grove", "The Stranger with the Hammer of Thor", "A. Window on the North", "Middle of the Century", "Back to Dublin", "Thaw in January", "Indian Summer", "Pastiche", "Roadside near Moscow ". Part II.A Delusion of Reference. "Red Landscape", "A Delusion of Reference", "The Stick Laid Down", "Pavlovsk", "Unheeding in Despair", "Revenge of the Hunted", "Small Boys Playing", "Emigré", "Two Sonnets on a Hunting Theme", "Child Crying in the Night", "Blue Mist", "Poem", "Letter to My Mother", "Confidences of an Itabirano". Part III. Luis Medias Pontual in Red Square. Very good to fine in sunned dustjacket (closed tear to front panel). 50.00

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18238 FORD, R.A.D. Holes in Space.
Hounslow Press, Toronto , 1979, ISBN:0888820380 
FORD, R.A.D. Holes in Space. (Toronto : Hounslow Press, 1979). First Edition. Pp (10),1-60,(2). 8vo, black card covers, white lettering to front coverand spine. “Holes in Space includes both new poems and translations from t he French, the German, and the Russian.” - from the back cover. Robert Arthur Douglas Ford (b. January 8, 1915, Ottawa - d. April 12, 1998, Vichy, France) was a Canadian poet, translator and diplomat. "Ubiety", "A New Country", "Without Horizon.", "Holes in Space", "The Revisionist", "Emptiness", "Lunatic King", "The Losers", "A Gangrenous Yearl", "On the Beach", "Ulysses", "The Seepage of Will", "A World Explained", "Anguish (from the Russian ofAndrei Voznesensky)", "The Lichen", "Hating Poetry", "Witness to My .Body" , "Behind the Silence", "First Love", "Child in the Arctic", "The Second-Rate", "Stopped in Space", "The Message Is Blurred", "Poem (from the French of Lorand Gaspar)", "Pieces or Memory", The Threshold of Absence", "Poem", "Poem (from the German of Rainer Maria Rilke)", "December 31, 1974", "'L'Autre Sommeil' (Julien Green)", "Time in the North", "The Emigrants", "The Volcano", "Of the North", "The Desert", "The Tundra", "The Grave of Pasternak", "Poem for Pasternak", "Three Octets (from the Russian of Osip Mandelshtam)", "Who Went Back", "Into the Wilderness", "The Grove", "A Joy in the Air", "Living in the North", "Western Ontario", "Chance", "Typhoon", "Pacific Coast Rain", "Sugaring-off Party", "The Point of Aries", "Les Fiançailles (from the French of Guillaume Apollinaire)", The Traveller", "Anoesis", "The Hubbub of April", "Recommendation (from the Russian of Andrei Voznesensky)". Blue stain to bottom corner of back cover, else very good. Inscribed by the author. 25.00

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18239 FORD, R.A.D. NEIZVESTNY, Ernst Dostoyevsky and Other Poems
Mosaic Press, Oakville, 1988, ISBN:0889624119 
FORD, R.A.D. Dostoyevsky and Other Poems. Drawings and Illustrations by Ernst Neizvestny. Oakville: Mosaic Press, (1988). Pp. (5)6-104,(2). 8vo, purple ill. card covers with pink and white lettering to front cover, pink lettering to spine. Robert Arthur Douglas Ford (b. January 8, 1915, Ottawa - d. April 12, 1998, Vichy, France) was a Canadian poet, translator and diplomat. "This new book of poems highlights Robert Ford's most sensitive reading and appreciation of Russian culture and his astonishing ability to create precise, dramatic and enduring poetry." - from the rear cover. Very good. Dueto its small size, shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 15.00

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18240 FORD, Richard Women With Men. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket, signed
Little, Brown and Company (Canada), Ltd., Toronto, 1997, 
FORD, Richard. Women With Men. Toronto : Little, Brown and Company (Canada), Ltd., 1997. First Canadian Edition. Pp. 255. 8vo, red cloth. Very good indj. Author's signature on title page. 40.00

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18241 FORD, Richard Wildlife. First Canadian Edition in dustjacket
Little, Brown and Company, 1990, 
FORD, Richard. Wildlife. Toronto : Little, Brown and Company, (1990). FirstCanadian Printing. Pp177. 8vo, black cloth. Fine in fine dj. 15.00

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18242 FORD, Richard. Independence Day. proof, printed card covers
Little, Brown and Company , 1995, 
FORD, Richard. Independence Day. [cover adds...A Novel].NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1995. Uncorrected Proof (US sheets with Little, Brown and Company (Canada) cover). Pp 451. 8vo, printed white card covers. Covers lightly rubbed, owvg. 75.00

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18243 FORD, Theresa, ed. Themes in Canadian Literature LAYTON, Irving DAVIES, Robertson Canadian Humour and Satire
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1976, ISBN:0770512631 
FORD, Theresa, (ed.). Canadian Humour and Satire. Edited by Theresa Ford. (Toronto): Macmillan of Canada, (1976). First Printing. Pp. (6),1-122. 8vo, illustrated white card covers with green lettering to front and black lettering to spine. A volume in the Themes in Canadian Literature series. General Editor: David Arnason. Includes stories and poems by Eric Nicol, T.C. Haliburton, F.R. Scott, Stephen Leacock, Don Harron, Robert Service, Max Ferguson, Irving Layton, Dave Broadfoot, A.M. Klein, Ethel Wilson, Anne Clifford, Robertson Davies, Paul Hiebert, Patrick Waddington, Leona Gom, Mordecai Richler, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Mervyn J. Huston, W.O. Mitchell, Elizabeth Brewster, Alice Munro, Gary Lautens, Pierre Berton, and a selection of anonymousentries. Very good. Due to its small size, shipping costs should be cheape r than quoted. 12.50

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18244 FORD, Worthington Chauncey Ford Boston Book Market 1679 - 1700. ltd ed
Club of Odd Volumes, 1917, 
FORD, Worthington Chauncey Ford. The Boston Book Market 1679 - 1700. Boston: The Club of Odd Volumes, 1917. Pp. 198. Illustrated with fourteen plates.8vo, brown paper covered boards, black cloth spine, gilt lettering to spin e. This edition is limited to one hundred fifty-one copies. A history of the early days of printing and publishing in Boston, with a number of facsimiles from publications of the period. Some faint waterspotting to front, slightly rubbed, edges worn, corners chipped, else vg. 300.00

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18245 FORDE, G. Addinton MARSHALL, Trevor G., foreword] De Mortar-Pestle : A Collection of Barbadian Proverbs. 1st pr.
National Cultural Foundation of Barbados, 1987, 
FORDE, G. Addinton. De Mortar-Pestle : A Collection of Barbadian Proverbs .[Foreword by Trevor G. Marshall]. [N.pl.]: (produced by The Natinoal Cultu ral Foundation, Barbados, 1987). First Printing. Pp. (4),v-xi,(1),1-56. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated beige card covers with blank spine. A collectionof several dozen Barbadian sayings, written in the vernacular accompanied by literal translation, as well as lists of regional variants (when applicable). Broken down into sections of proverbs daeling with animals, food, household articles, human relationships, and nature, as well as a section or proverbs that rhyme, a selection of similes, and a few extra sayings. Sticker remnant to front, else very good. 25.00

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18246 Fore & Aft Fore & Aft. Vol. 1. Summer 1974. A Tour Guide to Halifax Dartmouth
Travelplanner Directories Limited, 1974, 
(Fore & Aft). Fore & Aft. Vol. 1. Summer 1974. A Tour Guide to Halifax Dartmouth. N.pl.: (Travelplanner Directories Limited), 1974. Pp [1]-31,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated orange stapled wrappers. Contents : Halifax in the 70s; Events; Halifax Landmarks; Fisheries Museum ; Lounges; Kingfisher Tour; Bluenose Story; Liquor Stores (hours &locations); Old Core (Restoration of Historic Buildings); Arts; Public Gar dens; The Citadel; North-West Arm; Dartmouth; Joseph Howe; Nova Scotia Museum. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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18247 FOREL, August ARMIT, H. W. (trans.) Hypnotism or Suggestion and Psychotherapy
Rebman Company, 1907, 
FOREL, August. Hypnotism or Suggestion and Psychotherapy. A Study of the Psychological, Psycho-Physiological and Therapeutic Aspects of Hypnotism. translated from the Fifth German Edition by H. W. Armit. NY: Rebman Company, (1907). American Edition, revised and corrected. Pp. 323. 8vo, grey-green cloth, maroon cloth title block with gilt lettering to spine. Spine label beginning to lift at one corner, a few small dark spots to the spine and front, else vg. 50.00

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18248 FOREL, Oscar Secrets des Ecorces : Synchromies. in dj
Denoël, 1972, 
FOREL, Oscar. Secrets des Ecorces : Synchromies. (Lausanne): Denoël, (1972). Pp. 125 including 48 tipped in photographs and two 3-page illustrations. Text in French. Large 4to, brown burlap covered boards, green lettering to front. Secrets des Ecores (in English, Secrets of the Barks) presents, for the reader's eye, a series of colour photographs that show the beautiful intricasies seen in the bark of many trees from around the world, in a way few have done before. Vg in dj (tail of spine chipped, a few chips to edges with some creasing to the top front panel, slightly rubbed). 200.00

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18249 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 23, No. 3, March, 1927
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1927, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIII, No. 3, March, 1927. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1927. Pp 123-178. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Our Busy Woodpeckers; How Trees Grow; Dad Goes A'Birding; Hunting in the Arctic; Canada for Furs; Silvicultural Investigation in B.C.; and much more. Rubbed, short tear to fore-edge, else very good. 50.00

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18250 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 23, No. 12, December, 1927
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1927, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIII, No. 12, December, 1927. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1927. Pp 663-718. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : How Forest Fire Movies Are Made; Sky Line Fishing in British Columbia's Coast Range; Tree Planting as Snow Shelter; Hawks Every One Should Know; A Tree – How to Prune It; Fur Farming in Canada; and much more. Edges nicked, else very good. 50.00

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18251 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 21, No. 3, March, 1925
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1925, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXI, No. 3, March, 1925. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1925. Pp 131-186. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : “Sugaring-Off” Time; Fishing in theLake of the Woods; The Menace of the Wolves; Forests and Fur; Railroads an d Forests; and much more. Lacking covers and top half of pp 149-150, gouging to first 10 leaves, else good. As is. 10.00

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18252 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 37, No. 8, August, 1941
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1941, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, [Vol. 37, No. 8], August, 1941. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1941. Pp 239-266. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers.In this issue : King George's Woods and Gardens; Parachute Jumpers for Gru elling Fires; Switzerland pays taxes from forests; The flying fish – our first monoplane; A Famous Hone of Old England [Harewood House]; The Puffin, aBorn Comic; The tricks of Bait Casting; New Brunswick takes constructive s teps (p. 266); and much more. Rubbed, browned, else very good. 25.00

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18253 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 28, No. 5, May 1932
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1932, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 28, No. 5, May 1932. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1932. Pp 163-202. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white wrappers. In this issue : Tramping with a Naturalist in Early May; Wooded Waters for Speckled Trout; The Present Invasions of Starlings; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 35.00

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18254 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 22, No. 9, September, 1926
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1926, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXII, No. 9, September, 1926. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1926. Pp 493-546. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Camp Fire Facts; Fishing in the Laurentians; The Coyote; The Line behind the Fly; and much more. Rubbed, corner of pp 495-496 cut out, else very good. 35.00

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18255 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 28, No. 12, December 1932
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1932, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXVIII, No. 12, December 1932. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1932. Pp [431]-462. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Christmas in the Northland;Ski-ing As a Novice Sees It; Deer of Canada West; The Grizzly at Short Ran ge; Snow Flakes (by Jack Frost, artist); and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 40.00

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18256 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 36, No. 8, August, 1940
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1940, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 36, No. 8, August, 1940. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1940. Pp [237]-262. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers.In this issue : Raising Giants as a pay crop [red pine poles]; New citizen s from the ebb-tide of War [Polish farmers]; Nova Scotia guards her naturalbeauty (p. 249); The Reduction of the Buffalo Herds; 25 Days at the North Pole; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 30.00

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18257 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 26, No. 4, April, 1930
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1930, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXVI, No. 4, April, 1930. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1930. Pp 187-242. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : The Fire-Minded Settler; Making the Home Town Beautiful; Bobby – The Story of a Young Robin; What I See in MyFly Book; The Mystery of Tree Roots; 'Tis Time to Plan Your Garden; and mu ch more. Covers detached, pen marks to front wrapper, else very good. 35.00

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18258 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 4, April,, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 4, April, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp [99]-127. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : New Life for Vacant Waters; Reforestation – What's the Cost?; What Shall We Do With Our Young Men?; The Treasure Isle of Anticosti; andmuch more. Rubbed, edges browned, else very good. 25.00

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18259 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 20, No. 11, November, 1924
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1924, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XX, No. 11, November, 1924. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1924. Pp 639-702. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : H.R.H. The Prince of Wales Is a Prairie Tree Planter; Canada's Forest Heritage; Where Pioneers Rest [cemeteries]; Capitalizing the Coyote; Control of Timber Cutting; and much more. Lacking front cover, rubbed, vertical tear to pp 651-652, else good. As is. 15.00

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18260 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 36, No. 4, April, 1940
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1940, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 6 [sic, should be 36], No. 4, April, 1940. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1940.Pp [109]-137 Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Motorist! Don't Run Down Wildlife!; BuildYour Own Fishing Waters; Lakes and Streams Are Clearing In Old Quebec; Chu kar Partridge – Prairie Newcomer!; Mussolini Turns Forester; and much more.Rubbed, else very good. 30.00

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18261 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 36, No. 12, December, 1940
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1940, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 36, No. 12, December, 1940. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1940. Pp [365]-393. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : It isn't Christmas without a Tree!; The Forbidden Plateau [Vancouver Island]; Easy way to build a log cabin; Canada's Greatest Paymaster - Newsprint; Does Reforestation pay a profit?; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

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18262 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 7, July, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 7, July, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp 194-223. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Beaver Builders are worth $300 each; The Lake of World Records[trout]; Divining Rods!; Buried Alive by an Avalanche; and much more. Rubb ed, edges browned, corner of pp 217-218 torn off (affecting text), else very good. As is. 20.00

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18263 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 37, No. 2, February, 1941
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1941, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 37, No. 2, February, 1941. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1941. Pp 34-61. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Britain's Woodlands and the War; The World's Deserts are on the March; A Trapper on the Lone Prairie!; The Nest of the Chimney Swift; A25 Ft. Shark in N.S. Waters [brief news item]; The Pond Beyond Our Camp; a nd much more. Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

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18264 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 37, No. 3, March, 1941
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1941, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 37, No. 3, March, 1941. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1941. Pp [67]-94. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Inthis issue : The Hidden story of Broken Empires [The penalty of misuse of forests and soil]; Captain Beaver, Re-builder of Lost Resources; For your summer adventure, Point Pelee!; The Trumpeters' Last Stand; The gentle art of fishing sharks; and much more. Rubbed, browned, else very good. 25.00

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18265 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 6, June, 1937
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1937, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 6, June, 1937. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1937. Pp 162-191. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Explorers Wanted; Angling – A Study in Lunacy!; OneWay to Better Fishing; Strength of the Golden Eagle; and much more. Rubbed , else very good. 35.00

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18266 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 19, No. 9, September, 1923
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1923, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XIX, No. 9, September, 1923. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1923. Pp 547-610. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Hands Off Our National Parks!; Forest Fires Cost $14,500,00 Annually; Restocking Canada's Forests; Five Hours From the Trams; and much more. Wear to spine, short tears to edges, bottom corner of front wrapper clipped, top half of pp 567-568 cut out, smudges, else good. As is. 40.00

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18267 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 24, No. 11, November, 1928
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1928, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIV, No.11, November, 1928. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1928. Pp 607-666. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Wild Life in a Forest Fire; Angling – A Form of Mania; Some Sporty Fishing in British Columbia; Autumn Care of Shade Trees; The Transformation of the Canadian Prairie; Aerial Sketching as Aid to Forest Surveying; ; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 50.00

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18268 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 23, No. 9, September, 1927
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1927, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIII, No. 9, September, 1927. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1927. Pp 485-538. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Lost Forests and the Mississippi Floods; The Flame Throwers; A Plea for game Protection; A Ranger's “Spare Time”; Canada's Fur Industry – Its History; and much more. Tears and chipping to covers, lacking first page, two leaves with sections cut out. As is. 15.00

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18269 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 8, August, 1937
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1937, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 8, August, 1937. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1937. Pp [227]-255. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers.In this issue : Tales of a Salmon Stream [Tobique, New Brunswick] (p. 232) ; Mountain Lions as House Pets; Conservation Progress in the U.S.A.; A Brighter Future for Prairie Farming; Why Exterminate The Cougar?; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

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18270 Forest and Outdoors Magazine Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 8, August, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 8, August, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp [227]-254. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers.In this issue : By Paddle and Portage; The “Blond Eskimo” and the Created Want; Be a Hiker & See Your World!; Let Up on the Bear Chase; Simcoe's Green Treasury; Get Acquainted with the Otter; and much more. Rubbed, edges browned, section of pp 247-248 torn out (affecting text), else good. As is. 15.00

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18271 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BALFOUR, George S. MINER, Jack McGOWAN, Dan Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 31, No. 11, December 1935
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1935, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 31, No. 11, December 1935. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1935. Pp [1069]-1097. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : The Retreat of the Glaciers(by Dan McGowan); Rescue at Pinto Lake (by Kerry Wood); Jack Miner's Confe ssion of Faith (by Mr. Miner, pp 1074-76); Touch-and-Go on the Arctic Patrol (by Ex-constable Brackett, R.C.M.P.); A Grower of Black Walnut (by H.H. Blanchet); Rattlesnakes!; Into the land of Dropping Streams (by Clifford R. Kopas); Sea Gypsies of Malaya (by Walter Gringe White); The Big Bend of theColumbia (by George S. Balfour); After Coyotes by Motor Car (by C.V. Tench ); Passing of the Great Blue Heron (by Geo. A. Cropp); and much more. Tearsto spine ends, rubbed, browned, else good. 30.00

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18272 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, Milton PERRY, Margaret L. MIDDLETON, Arthur Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 5 [sic for 35], No. 8, August 1939.
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1939, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 5 [sic for 35], No.8, August 1939. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1939. Pp [22 7]-255. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : The Sportsman Asks Fair Play and No Favours (byR.S. White); Our No-Man's-Land – How to Restore It (by Thos. E. Main); Uto pia for a Winged Host (by Arthur D. Nelles); Six Hours on a Bending Rod [salmon fishing on the Margaree River, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia] (by Milton Browne, pp 233-234); Bathurst Basin Bird Sanctuary [New Brunswick] (by Margaret L. Perry, pp 235-236); Golden Acres from an English Bog (by E.R. Yarham); Canoe Cruising on a Trout Stream [Cains River, New Brunswick] (by Arthur Middleton, p. 243); Grouse Can't face the Slaughter (by John Gillese); and much more. Rubbed, smudged, else good to very good. 40.00

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18273 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 12, December, 1936
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1936, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 12, December, 1936. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1936. Pp 354-383. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Giant Salmon of the Ancient Colony [Newfoundland] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 359-361, 377); Furry Footprints; Wings over the Continents; Log Cabin Memories; and much more. Rubbed, edges browned, else very good. 50.00

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18274 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 3, March, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 3, March, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp [67]-95. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Inthis issue : An Animal Census by Air; Intelligence Test on Salmon [Nova Sc otia] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 73-74); Maple Leaf, Our Emblem Dear; “The Company of Adventurers”; What Forests Mean To Canada; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 30.00

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18275 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 9, September, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 9, September, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp [259]-287. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : After Antlered Giants [Newfoundland moose and caribou] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 261-263); Duck Flights or Empty Skies?; In Search of Belgium; Pike are no Pikers; Dress Right for the Hunt; Paddling Your OwnCanoe – Which Way?; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 35.00

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18276 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 6, June, 1936
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1936, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 6, June, 1936. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1936. Pp 162-191. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : “The Salmon Are Running!” [Newfoundland] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 164-166); Deep Water Torpedoes [deep sea fishing off Nova Scotia] (pp 175-176); Nova Scotia's New Playground (pp 181-1820; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 50.00

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18277 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 12, December, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 12, December, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp 354-383. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Christmas at the Top of the World; Hunting the Giant Swordfish [Cape Breton, Nova Scotia] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 360-363); To every man a dividend - “Ducks Unlimited”; Beaver Slaughter in the Indian Era; Meeting a Cattalo; How wild animals pass the winter; Can We Save Our White Pine?; and much more. Rubbed, browned, else very good. 35.00

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18278 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton DALE, Bonnycastle Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 6, June, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 6, June, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp [163]-191. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Fishing the Wet Fly [N.S., N.B., Nfld] (by N. Milton Browne,pp 164-165, 184-186); Fur Feast to .. Breadline! [northern natives]; By Ca noe from New York to Alaska; Don't Trifle with Master Moose! [Nova Scotia] (by Bonnycastle Dale, Jr., pp 173-174); A First Lesson on the Beaver Clan; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 35.00

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18279 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton DALE, Bonnycastle Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 5, May, 1937
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1937, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 5, May, 1937. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1937. Pp 130-159. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : The Royal Forests of England; A Community of Artists-in-wood [shingle makers]; Riddles of Salmon Fishing [Newfoundland] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 141-142, 155); Red Deer Invaders [Nova Scotia] (by Bonnycastle Dale, Jr., pp 144-145); and much more. Rubbed, edges browned, smudge,else very good. 40.00

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18280 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton DILLON, J.G.W. MIDDLETON, Edward Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 6 [sic for 36], No. 3, March 1940.
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1940, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 6 [sic for 36], No.3, March 1940. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1940. Pp 76-1 05. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Great Forest Fires of History (by Edward Middleton); Nova Scotia's New National Playground [Highlands National park, Cape Breton] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 81-82); Sir Henri Joly de Lotbinière : Pioneerof Conservation (by Alain Joly de Lotbinière); Green Dollars from the Farm Woodlot (by I.C. Marritt); Faraway Cruises of Winter Birds (by Kerry Wood) ; Billions Yesterday – Extinct To-day! [passenger pigeons] (by Capt. J.G.W.Dillon); How Shelter Belts Help Prairie Farmers; Duel in the Deep Woods (b y Dale O'Hara); Travelling Theatre of the Prairies; The Canadian Forestry Association: Statement of Forest Policy; and much more. Rubbed, corner torn off at page 91-92 affecting text, else good . 30.00

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18281 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton FINNIE, Richard Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 5, May, 1938
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1938, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 34, No. 5, May, 1938. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1938. Pp 130-159. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : "The Sportsman's Bill of Rights"; Richard Finnie's "Whither OurEskimos?" [Arctic Bibliography 4997]; "Saviour of the Swans"; "Odd Tales f rom Salmon Streams" [Nova Scotia] (by N. M. Browne, pp 143-145); and much more. Rubbed, edges browned, stain to front cover, else very good. 30.00

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18282 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton GADSDEN, Percy) Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 2, February, 1937
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1937, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 2, February, 1937. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1937. Pp 34-63. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : The Wolves are Always After Us!; Percy Gadsden ofTaslo Mountain; Leviathan of the Salmon Pools [Newfoundland] (by N. Milton Browne, pp 47-48, 62); and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 45.00

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18283 Forest and Outdoors Magazine BROWNE, N. Milton SCHIERBECK, Otto MINER, Jack) Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 23, No. 7, July, 1927
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1927, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIII, No. 7, July, 1927. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1927. Pp 363-418. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Sketching Forests from the Air; How a State Brought Back Its Game; New Life for Nova Scotia's Barrens (by Otto Schierbeck, pp 381-382); The Lowly, Friendly Ground Squirrel; Success with Salmon in Cape Breton (by N. Milton Browne, pp 389, 407-409); Jack Miner's Plan Interpreted; and much more. Rubbed, top half of last page and bottomportion of pp 385-386 cut out, else good. 40.00

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18284 Forest and Outdoors Magazine CANNING, James JENNESS, Diamond WEEKS, L.J. Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 1, January 1936.
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1936, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 1, January 1936. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1936. Pp [1]-31,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Livingstone –Physician of the Arctic (by L.J. Weeks); The Blue Nile of Ethiopia (by Col . C.F. Rey); Horseback on the Rims of Craters (by Clifford R. Kopas); The Plight of Wounded Animals (by Tony Lascelles); The Village of the Crossroads[Pond Inlet, Baffin Island] (by Diamond Jenness); High Northern Weather (b y Rev. H.R. Rokeby-Thomas); The Farmer and His Woodlands (by Ellwood Wilson); Junior Forest Wardens, Newfoundland (by James Canning, p. 27); Maine's Fine Service for Conservation; and much more. Rubbed, centre section detached, else very good. 35.00

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18285 Forest and Outdoors Magazine CLARK, Gregory DENISON, Merrill ROBERTS, Lloyd Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 24, No. 5, May, 1928
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1928, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIV, No. 5, May, 1928. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association,1928. Pp i-[iv],231-294,v-viii. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column . 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : The Dollar Value of Our Wilderness (by Merrill Denison); Great Forestry Convention at Fredericton; Are All Fishermen Liars – or do only Liars Fish? (by Gregory Clark); SomeHints on Camp Cooking – Part One; Alberta, Home of Abundant Wildlife; Tree Flowers; The Silent Force [the RCMP in the north] (by Lloyd Roberts); and much more. Light wear to spine, else a very good to fine copy. 65.00

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18286 Forest and Outdoors Magazine CREIGHTON, Helen JULYAN, L.E. Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 25, No. 10, October, 1929
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1929, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXV, No. 10, October, 1929. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1929. Pp 561-628. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : “Squid Oh!” - A Tale of the Sea [Our Deep Sea Fishermen Undergo Dangers and Hardships We Never Dream of when the Catch Comes to the Table] (by Helen Creighton, pp 579-581); Artificial Game Raising; Cape Breton's Unaccustomed Guests [black-fish] (by L.E. Julyan, p. 585); By Packhorse and Canoe; European Forestry Methods; Youth of Nova Scotia Plant Trees (p. 595); Advances in Fire Protection Methods; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 60.00

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18287 Forest and Outdoors Magazine CUTHBERTSON, G.A. Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 27, No. 11, November 1931
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1931, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 27, No. 11, November 1931. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1931. Pp [1]-40. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white wrappers. In this issue : Aftermath of the Fur Feast; The Friendly Black Bear; The Blue Heron's Nesting Site; Brush and Pen Tell Story ofLake Shipping [Canadian marine artist G.A. Cuthbertson, p. 14 (40% of page ); Hunters! Do You Know Your Hawks?; The Migration of Birds; and much more . Rubbed, else very good. 35.00

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18288 Forest and Outdoors Magazine DALE, Bonnycastle Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 36, No. 5, May, 1940
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1940, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. [36], No. 5, May, 1940. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1940. Pp 141-168. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. Inthis issue : Forestry – A War Appeal; A Wayfarer in Norway; Take Your Lad Along!; Beaver Colonies to Order! [Nova Scotia] (by Bonnycastle Dale, Jr., pp 147-148); The Courage of Tamowenuk [native]; The New Age of Wood; and much more. Rubbed, smudging to front cover, else very good. 35.00

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18289 Forest and Outdoors Magazine FULLERTON, Aubrey Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 26, No. 7, July, 1930
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1930, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXVI, No. 7, July, 1930. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1930. Pp 385-430. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Insects of our Forests and Fields; The Daddy of the Herd [wild buffalo]; Our Democratic Salmon; Canadian Native Art – Imported (by Aubrey Fullerton, pp 403-405); Woods Travel Permits for New Brunswick (p. 405); Forest Products Research in Canada; and much more. Rubbed, else a very good copy. 50.00

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18290 Forest and Outdoors Magazine GODSELL, Phillip H. BEAVEN, Alan BORTHWICK, Wendel Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 35, No. 10, October 1939
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1939, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 35, No. 10, October1939. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1939. Pp [291]-318. Il lustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : War in the Forests of the Vosges (NE France, by Ellwood Wilson); Fastest Creatures on foot or wing (by E.R. Yarham); Lincoln Taylor : First Citizen of Great Bear (by Phillip H. Godsell); Flying Gipsies (by Kerry Wood); Welfare in the Wilderness (by Harold Buchanan); A New Song of Prairie Youth (by Alan Beaven); Burning out Bird Life (by Wendel Borthwick);Jack Miner Tags 20,000th Goose; and much more. Rubbed, browned, else very good. 35.00

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18291 Forest and Outdoors Magazine JENNESS, Eileen Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 26, No. 1, January, 1930
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1930, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXVI, No. 1, January, 1930. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1930. Pp [3]-58. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Capitalizing Canada's Winter Clime; What's Wrong with the Fur Supply?; Tree Barks – Their Story; Canada's National Pioneers [beavers]; The Mine Calls for More Forest [mining timbers];Children of the Northland (by Eileen Jenness); No Union Hours in a Dog's L ife; Mr. Spruce Tree tells His Story; and much more. A very good to fine copy. 50.00

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18292 Forest and Outdoors Magazine LAVOIE, Emile Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 23, No. 4, April, 1927
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1927, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXIII, No. 4, April, 1927. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1927. Pp 183-238. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : “What Causes Forest Fires, Anyhow?”; The Largest Trout in the World?; Shelter belts and Prairie Orchards; Every Day Life in Eskimo Land (by Emile Lavoie); The Farm Wood-Lot; Are We Logging the Right Way?; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 50.00

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18293 Forest and Outdoors Magazine LEACOCK, Stephen Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 10, December, 1937
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1937, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 10, December, 1937. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1937. Pp 354-383. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Stephen Leacock on personal experiments with Black Bass (pp 356, 373 not seen in Spadoni); Privateer of the Pribilofs [seals]; Germany's Domain Goes Under Orders; The Lost Forests of China; Twilight of the Red Man; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 40.00

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18294 Forest and Outdoors Magazine LEACOCK, Stephen DICKINSON, Elliott Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 35, No. 12, December, 1939
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1939, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Forest & Outdoors, Vol. 35, No. 12, December, 1939. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1939. Pp 350-379. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : When Canada Sailed the Seven Seas (by Elliott Dickinson, pp 352-353, 375, with 2 photos – one by Macaskill); When Winter comes to your Garden; I adopt a Troupe of Terns; Stephen Leacock's Christmas Letter [not seen in Spadoni]; What to do with our Wasting North?; Lone Warrior of the Bushlands [golden throated marten]; An Epic of Beaver Engineering; Songs of the Shanty Boys; and much more. Rubbed, else very good. 40.00

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18295 Forest and Outdoors Magazine LEECHMAN, Douglas Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 26, No. 2, February, 1930
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1930, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXVI, No. 2, February, 1930. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1930. Pp 59-122. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Fire Weather and Real Forest Fires; Lumberjacks Who Operate Almost Entirely on Water, Acadian Swamps of Louisiana Require Unique Methods; The West-Coast Canoe (by Douglas Leechman, pp 85, 106); The Flying Inspector; The Trophy Trout of the Nipigon; The Hoquiam Spruce Clad Girls; and much more. Loose centre leaves, else very good. 30.00

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18296 Forest and Outdoors Magazine LEWIS, B. McLeod Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 28, No. 4, April 1932
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1932, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 28, No. 4, April 1932. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1932. Pp (1),121-158. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated white wrappers. In this issue : A Forester Looks at China; Our Diminishing Game; Tomorrow's Fishing; Small-Mouthed Black Bass; Walking over the Tree-tops [Pygmy Woodlands of Labrador] (by B. McLeod Lewis, pp 141-142);Canada's Billion Dollar Tree Business; and much more. Covers creased, rubb ed, else very good. 45.00

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18297 Forest and Outdoors Magazine LEWIS, R.G. Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 8, August 1936
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1936, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 32, No. 8, August, 1936. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1936. Pp 227-255. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : What do you know about canoes? (by R.G. Lewis, pp 227-228, 238); The Luck of Salmon Angling; Stone Money in the Isle of Yap; Dizzy Days on a Dude Ranch; and much more. Very good. 35.00

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18298 Forest and Outdoors Magazine MACASKILL, W.R. ELLIOTT, A.W.G. Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 7, July, 1937
Canadian Forestry Association, Montreal, 1937, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 33, No. 7, July, 1937. Montreal : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1937. Pp 194-223. Illustrated. Advertisements. Double Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Bluenose [cover photograph by W.R. Macaskill]; Aerial Fire Patrol; New Zealand adds up her Accounts; The Green Gold of Sweden;Harvesters of the Sea [cod fishing, Bay des Chaleurs} (by A.W.G. Elliott, pp 213-214); and much more. Rubbed, corner of pp 197-198 torn (affecting text), else very good. 40.00

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18299 Forest and Outdoors Magazine McCOWAN, Dan RIPLEY, Ozark Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 21, No. 10, October, 1925
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1925, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXI, No. 10, October, 1925. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1925. Pp 551-606. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : Pass Shooting for Ducks (by Ozark Ripley); Early Days Out West (by M.A. Grainger); Wardens of the Wild Fowl(by Dan McCowan); and much more. Wear to spine, rubbed, horizontal tear to pp 561-562, else very good. 50.00

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18300 Forest and Outdoors Magazine McLAUGHLIN, R.S. Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. 22, No. 2, February, 1926
Canadian Forestry Association, Ottawa , 1926, 
(Forest and Outdoors Magazine). The Illustrated Canadian Forest and Outdoors, Vol. XXII, No. 2, February, 1926. Ottawa : The Canadian Forestry Association, 1926. Pp 63-118. Illustrated. Advertisements. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated stapled wrappers. In this issue : “Treeing” the Prairies; The Waning Wapiti; Canada's Auto Industry (by R.S. McLaughlin, pp 82-84); On the Caribou Road; In the Realm of the Fly Caster; and much more. Edges nicked, rubbed, else very good. 50.00

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