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1 GREENHOUS, Brereton HALLIDAY, Hugh A. Canada's Air Forces 1914-1999.
Art Global, Montreal, 1999, ISBN:292071872X 
GREENHOUS, Brereton, and Hugh A. HALLIDAY. Canada's Air Forces 1914-1999. (Montreal) : Art Global, (1999). First Edition. Pp [1]-158,(2). Illustrated.Double Column. 4to, white card covers, lettered in gilt, with illustrated brown dustjacket, lettered in copper. Contents : 1. The First Three Canadian Air Forces. 2. 'Bush Pilots in Uniform.' 3. Training for War. 4 Apprentice Warriors, 1939-1942. 5. Journeymen Campaigners, 1942-1943. 6. Masters of the Air, 1943-1945. 7. From War to Peace to Cold War. 8. The New Air Forces. Very good. 35.00

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2 COPP, Terry (ed.). HALLIDAY, Hugh A. BARTHOLOMEW, Robert E. McCULLOCH, Ian Canadian Military History. Volume 7, Number 4, Autumn 1998.
Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario , 1998, 
COPP, Terry (ed.). Canadian Military History. Volume 7, Number 4, Autumn 1998. (Waterloo, Ontario : Laurier Centre for Military, Strategic and Disarmament Studies, Wilfred Laurier University, 1998). Pp [1]-80. Illustrated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated maroon card covers. Contents : Ian McCulloch”s "Batty Mac": Portrait of a Brigade Commander of the Great War, 1915-1917”(pp 11-28); Robert E. Bartholomew's “Phantom German Air Raids on Canada: W ar Hysteria in Quebec and Ontario during the Great War” (pp 29-36); Hugh A.Halliday's “Exercise "Musk Ox": Asserting Sovereignty "North of 60" (pp 37 -44); and more. Rubbed, else very good. 15.00

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3 HALLIDAY, Hugh A. Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. 80, No.4 BRUEMMER, Fred HARRINGTON, Lyn Laurentide Air Service Limited - Commercial Pioneer. An article in CanadianGeographical Journal, Vol. 80, No. 4, April, 1970
Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, 1970, 
HALLIDAY, Hugh A. "Laurentide Air Service Limited – Commercial Pioneer.” Anarticle in Canadian Geographical Journal, Vol. LXXX, No. 4, April, 1970, p p 110-117. Ottawa : Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 1970. Pp (5),110-145,vi-vii,(1) including covers. Illustrated. Maps. Triple Column. 4to, illustrated white stapled wrappers. Also includes Fred Bruemmer's “Sled Dogs and Dog Sleds” (pp 118-125); Lyn Harrington's “Medicine Hat “The Town That Was Born Lucky” (pp 126-133); Donald N. Outram's “The Castaway Kelps of British Columbia” (pp 134-137); Helen Claire Howes's “Lapland – Europe's Last Frontier” (pp 138-145). Cover photo of a de Havilland Turbo-Beaver taking offfrom Foss Lake, Ontario. Rubbed, else very good. For the issue 12.00

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4 BALDWIN, Barry BANKS, Joseph HALLIDAY, Hugh A. McFARLANE, Leslie Naturalist in Newfoundland. An article on Joseph Banks in The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Vol. 77:3, June / July 1997
Canada's National History Society, Winnipeg , 1997, 
BALDWIN, Barry. “A Naturalist in Newfoundland.” An article on Joseph Banks in The Beaver : Magazine of the North, Vol. 77:3, June/July 1997, pp 14-16.Winnipeg : Canada's National History Society, 1997. Pp [1]-55,(1). Illustr ated. Double Column. 4to, illustrated red stapled wrappers. Also : “Medals for the Volunteers” {North-West Rebellion] (by Hugh A. Halliday); “Sin or Salvation?” [Toronto's working girls] (by Carolyn Strage); “The Man Who Was Franklin” [Leslie McFarlane: the Father of the Hardy Boys] (by Shane Peacock); and more. Rubbed and wrinkled, else good. 6.00

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5 HALLIDAY, Hugh A. Wreck of the Lady of the Lake and Other Stories from the Age of Sail.
Niagara Falls, Ont, 1974, 
HALLIDAY, Hugh A. The Wreck of the Lady of the Lake and Other Stories from the Age of Sail. Niagara Falls, Ont.: (the author), March 1974. Illustration : James Kulchar. Pp (4),[i]-ii,[1]-73,(1), frontis. 4to, black comb bound, yellow card covers. Contents : Introduction; The Emigrant Ships; The Emigrant Shipwrecks; Messages in Bottles; Sealing Stories; A Cavalcade of Wrecks and Rescues; Pirates and Treasures; Sunrise, Sunset. “These pages do not contain a complete history of shipwrecks in Canadian waters. Indeed, the reader will notice that much material unrelated to wrecks is included – a fewpirate stories, emigrant horror stories, etc. Moreover, the narratives are based on only four newspapers – the St. John's Newfoundlander, the Pictou Colonial Patriote, the Charlottetown Royal Gazette, and the Quebec Mercury,for the period 1831-35.” - from the Introduction. Rubbed, else very good. 45.00

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