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1 SCHULL, Joseph Century of the Sun : The First Hundred Years of Sun Life Assurance of Canada
Macmillan, 1971, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Century of the Sun : The First Hundred Years of Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1971. Pp 158. 32 pp plates. 8vo, beige cloth. Whiteman 2123. Very good in dustjacket. 20.00

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2 SCHULL, Joseph BLAKE, Edward. Edward Blake. 2 vols. The Man of the Other Way (1833-1881); Leader and Exile (1881-1912).
Toronto : Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1975, 
SCHULL, Joseph. Edward Blake. In two volumes. [Vol.1]: The Man of the OtherWay (1833-1881); [Vol.2]: Leader and Exile (1881-1912). Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, (1975, 1976). Two volumes. Pp 257; 266. 8vo, black cloth. Very good in lightly nicked dustjackets. 35.00

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3 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in theSecond World War. 1st in chipped dj.
National Defence, 1950, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1950. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-515,(1),frontis + 48 pp.plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1520. "For sixty-eight months the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns along the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and the Gulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and along the coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The First Year; 3. State of Siege; 4. The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6. "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commandsand Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Nav y 1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canadian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. Vg in chipped dj . 80.00

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4 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in theSecond World War. 1st in poor dj.
National Defence, Ottawa, 1950, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1950. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-515,(1), frontis + [48] pp.plates. 8vo, blue cloth, gilt lettering to spine. Law 1520. "For sixty-eight months the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns along the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and the Gulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and alongthe coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with mapsand photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The Firs t Year; 3. State of Siege; 4. The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6. "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commands and Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Navy 1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canadian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. Cocked, boards rubbed, one bookplate and two labels pasted to front endpapers, else vg in fair dj. 75.00

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5 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in theSecond World War. 1st, better copy, no dj.
National Defence, 1950, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1950. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-515,(1),frontis + 48 pp.plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1520. "For sixty-eight months the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns along the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and the Gulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and along the coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The First Year; 3. State of Siege; 4. The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6. "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commandsand Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Nav y 1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canadian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. Inner hinges tender, light wear to spine ends, previous owner's name, else vg. 60.00

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6 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in theSecond World War. later pr in dj.
National Defence, 1952, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1952. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-527,(1),frontis + 48 pp.plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1520. "For sixty-eight months the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns along the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and the Gulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and along the coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The First Year; 3. State of Siege; 4. The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6. "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commandsand Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Nav y 1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canadian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. Vg in spine-nicked dj. 75.00

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7 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in theSecond World War. later pr. in worn dj.
National Defence, 1961, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1961. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-515,(1),frontis + 48 pp. plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1520. "For sixty-eightmonths the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns alo ng the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and theGulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea , the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and along the coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The First Year; 3. State of Siege; 4.The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6 . "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commands and Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Navy1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canad ian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. Vg in worn dj. 70.00

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8 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in theSecond World War. later pr. no dj.
National Defence, 1961, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Roger Duhamel, 1961. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-515,(1),frontis + 48 pp. plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1520. "For sixty-eightmonths the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns alo ng the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and theGulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea , the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and along the coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The First Year; 3. State of Siege; 4.The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6 . "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commands and Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Navy1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canad ian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. With new endpapers, elsevg. 60.00

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9 SCHULL, Joseph Far Distant Ships: An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. later pr no dj.
National Defence, 1952, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Far Distant Ships : An Official Account of Canadian Naval Operations in the Second World War. Published by Authority of the Minister of National Defence. Ottawa : Edmond Cloutier, 1952. Pp (3),IV-XIX,(1),1-527,(1),frontis + 48 pp.plates. 8vo, blue cloth. Law 1520. "For sixty-eight months the Canadian Navy was in the thick of the battle about the Atlantic convoys, as one of the principal contenders. In other fierce campaigns along the eastern seaboard of North America, in the St Lawrence River, and the Gulf, in the Arctic, the Mediterranean, the English Channel, the North Sea, the Bay of Biscay and the Pacific, and along the coasts of Normandy, Sicily, Italy, North Africa, and Greece, Canadian ships and seamen wrote a gallant chapter of history. The absorbing drama unfolds here in lively and informal language, profusely illustrated with maps and photographs. " - from the dj. Chapters : 1. Eve of Battle; 2. The First Year; 3. State of Siege; 4. The Western Atlantic; 5. Two More Oceans and a River [The St. Lawrence]; 6. "The End of the Beginning; 7. "Operation Torch"; 8. Full Partner; 9. In Other Waters; 10. Gathering of the Giants; 11. The Plan and the Preliminaries; 12. The Assault; 13. The Screening Forces; 14. The Build-Up; 15. "Wherever Wood Can Swim"; 16. Far Waters and Near; 17. Black Flags and a Setting Sun; 18. "Goodbye, Brothers!". Appendices: .I. Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve Divisions 1939-1945, II. Royal Canadian Navy: Principal Commandsand Appointments 1939-1945, III. Principal Ships of the Royal Canadian Nav y 1939-1945 (by Name, Class, and Commanding Officers, pp.452-499); IV. Canadian Landing Craft in Operation Neptune & RCN Beach Commando "W" in Operation Neptune . With Genaral Index and Index to Ships. Name inked to ffep, small dampspot to top edge, light shelfwear, else very good. 50.00

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10 SCHULL, Joseph. I, Jones, Soldier.
Macmillan Company of Canada , Toronto, 1944, 
SCHULL, Joseph. I, Jones, Soldier. Toronto : The Macmillan Company of Canada Limited, 1944. First Edition. Pp (8),1-62,(10). Small 8vo, light brown cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine. A first edition of the author's second book. “Stark reality and poetic fervour are mingled in this tense, dramatic poem, which sings a double song – telling together the last-minute movements of a platoon awaiting zero hour, and, in counterpoint, the thoughts that pass through the mind of one soldier as he thinks back over the paths that led him to this fateful moment.” - from the dj. “Joseph Schull was born in Watertown, South Dakota; but has lived most of his life in Canada, first in Saskatchewan and lately in Montreal. [...] Mr. Schull is now serving with the Royal Canadian Navy; but I, Jones, Soldier was born out of earlier impressions of the war when he was training with the Canadian Army.”- from the dj. Very good in nicked dustjacket (a couple of short tears to top edge and surface tear to back panel – with some loss of text). 15.00

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11 SCHULL, Joseph Jinker. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan, Toronto, 1968, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Jinker. Toronto : Macmillan of Canada / London : Macmillan & Co. Ltd, 1968. Pp (8),3-[172],(2). 8vo, blue cloth. Whiteman Bibliography of Macmillan of Canada Imprints 1951, O'Dea 4307a. Schull 1910-1980. "Every March, when the polar ice rides the Labrador Current south, the Harp seals whelp on the desolate floes and drift with their young toward the Newfoundland sealers. Year after year, the men, the seals, the ice are locked into an iron rhythm that only the wind and the luck and the skill of the sealing game itself can break. In the spring of 1891, two captains jockey their ships in the fleet streaming out from St.John's for the ice. One is Robbie Torrance, the son of a prosperous and respected captain, Elijah Torrance, who disappeared the previous year during the hunt. The other is the Jinker, with whom no sailor ships twice. [...]" - from the dj. Very good in torndustjacket. 17.50

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12 SCHULL, Joseph Ontario Historical Studies Series. Ontario Since 1867. First Edition in dustjacket
McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1978, 
SCHULL, Joseph. Ontario Since 1867. (Toronto) : McClelland and Stewart, (1978). Pp 400, [16] pp plates. 8vo, brown cloth. In the Ontario Historical Studies Series. Spadoni & Donnelly 3006. Slight shelfwear, else very good in rubbed, nicked dustjacket. 35.00

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13 Saturday Night) BIRNEY, Earle ROBERTS, Theodore Goodridge SCHULL, Joseph Poems for the Interim : A Selection of Twenty-four Poems by Nineteen Canadian Authors Published during 1945-46 in Saturday Night.
Consolited Press Limited, Toronto, 1946, 
(Saturday Night). Poems for the Interim : A Selection of Twenty-four Poems by Nineteen Canadian Authors Published during 1945-46 in "Saturday Night". Toronto: Consolidated Press Limited, 1946. Pp. [24]. Unpaginated. 8vo, stapled printed grey card covers. Includes: Constance Barbour's "As Ever Young", Earle Birney's "Letter to a Possible Greatgrandson", Arthur S. Bourinot's"Parliament Hill", Audrey Alexandra Brown's "The Dark Cat", Leo Cox's "The Clearing", Margaret Crosland's "We Are Wanting Comfort", Mona Gould's "Sor cery" and "I Run With the Fox", R. H. Grenville's "The Peace" and "The Symbol", Ronald Hambleton's "Invocation", Verna Loveday Harden's "Coming Home" and "Portrait", Joseph Schull's "Bays" and "For Helen", Emily Leavens's "A Young Man Returning" and "Pioneer's Reward", Tom MacInnes's "Where Childrenare Content", L. A. MacKay's 'Verily Ye Are the People", Anne Marriott's " Country Sunday", Blanche I. Pownall's "A Memory from Childhood", Lenore Pratt's "The Blizzard", Theodore Goodridge Roberts's "In a Halifax Graveyard",and James Wreford's "Awaiting Spring". Spine worn, else vg. 40.00

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14 SCHULL, Joseph Great Stories of Canada 15) Salt-Water Men : Canada's Deep-Sea Sailors. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan, Toronto, 1957, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Salt-Water Men : Canada's Deep-Sea Sailors. Illustratedby Ed McNally. Toronto : Macmillan, 1957. First Printing. Pp 144. 8vo, blu e cloth, white titles to front. No.15 in the Great Stories of Canada series. Front hinge starting, inkstamp to rear paste-down, lacking flyleaf, else very good in price-clipped, chipped dustjacket. 15.00

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15 SCHULL, Joseph Great Stories of Canada 15 Salt-Water Men : Canada's Deep-Sea Sailors. Second Printing in dustjacket
Macmillan, Toronto, 1960, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Salt-Water Men : Canada's Deep-Sea Sailors. Toronto : Macmillan, 1960. Second Printing Pp 144. 8vo, blue cloth. No.15 in the GreatStories of Canada series. Illustrated by Ed McNally. Vg in rubbed, price-c lipped dj. 17.50

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16 SCHULL, Joseph Great Stories of Canada 15 Salt-Water Men. 3rd card covers
Macmillan, Toronto, 1966, 
SCHULL, Joseph. The Salt-Water Men : Canada's Deep-Sea Sailors. Toronto : Macmillan, 1966. Third Printing Pp 144. 8vo, card covers. No.15 in the GreatStories of Canada series. Illustrated by Ed McNally. Small stains to edges , else very good. 10.00

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17 SCHULL, Joseph GIBSON, J.Douglas Scotiabank Story : A History of the Bank of Nova Scotia 1832-1982. Second Printing in dustjacket
Macmillan of Canada, Toronto, 1983, ISBN:077159609x 
SCHULL, Joseph and J.Douglas GIBSON. The Scotiabank Story : A History of the Bank of Nova Scotia 1832-1982. Toronto : Macmillan of Canada, (1983). Second Printing. Pp (6),vii-xv,(1),1-421,(1). Illustrated. Large 8vo, blue cloth, gilt to front & spine. A handsome book, designed by Frank Newfeld. ` "The Bank of Nova Scotia - widely known as Scotiabank- is a major Canadian-based international bank that has total assets exceeding $50 billion and conducts business in more than one hundred nations. Nineteen eighty-two marks the 150th anniversary of Scotiabank. Written to commemorate this event, The Scotiabank Story examines the history of the Bank as part of the larger history of Nova Scotia, the Maritimes, Canada, and, ultimately, the world financial community. "The Bank was granted a charter in Nova Scotia on March 30,1832, and on August 29,1832, The Bank of Nova Scotia opened for business in rented rooms in a stone house in Halifax. The Bank grew and surmounted difficulties associated with the economic problems of the Maritime provinces.Later its growth accelerated through directt expansion and amalgamation wi th the Union Bank of Prince Edward Island, the Bank of New Brunswick, the Metropolitan Bank, and the Bank of Ottawa. By 1919 it had become the fourth-largest bank in Canada, a rank that has never been challenged since. The Scotiabank Story recounts the events and developments in the Bank's history through the actions and views of the leading participants. Entertaining anecdotes interspersed throughout the book serve to lighten the history and lend a human touch to this success story. "The Bank of Nova Scotia is the second-oldest Canadian bank, with a more than usually interesting past, with more than its share of great bankers, with unbroken dividend payments from the beginning, and with a record of solid achievement - $50 billion worth. During its history, a remarkable degree of diversification in the Bank has been accomplished - both geographically and in terms of the wide variety of wholesale and retail banking and other financial services available. The Scotiabank Story is an important contribution to banking, corporate, and Canadian history. Selected photographs, largely drawn from the Bank's Archives, increase the book's attractiveness and enhance beautifully the lucid prose of Joseph Schull and J. Douglas Gibson. Contents: Foreword by C.E. Ritchie.Chapters: l.The Struggle for Incorporation, 1831-1832; 2. A Bank To Be Rec koned With, 1832-1837; 3. Surmounting Early Challenges, 1837-1875; 4. Enterthe Legendary Thomas Fyshe, 1876-1882; 5. Further Expansion - West, South, and Northeast, 1882-1897; 6. The Move to Toronto, 1897-1909; 7. The Amalga mations, 1910-1923; 8. Consolidation and Then.. .The Great Depression, 1924-1939; 9. The Second World War, 1939-1945; 10. Filling Out a National Rank.1945-1960; 11. More Growth and the Management Revolution, 1960-1965; 12. A Full-fledged International Bank, 1966-1971; 13. The Changing Face of Banki ng, 1971 -1981; 14. Just Around the Corner, Right Around the World, 1971-1981; 15. A Story of Adaptability and Strength. The Bank of Nova Scotia - A History in Charts; Statements of Assets and Liabilities of The Bank of Nova Scotia; Directors of The Bank of Nova Scotia; Executive Officers of The Bank of Nova Scotia. With index. Very good in dustjacket. 25.00

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18 SCHULL, Joseph Great Stories of Canada 26 McNALLY, Ed Ships of the Great Days : Canada's Navy in World War II. First Edition in dustjacket
Macmillan, 1962, 
SCHULL, Joseph. Ships of the Great Days : Canada's Navy in World War II. Toronto : Macmillan, 1962. Pp 156. 8vo, olive-grey cloth. Law 1519, Whiteman Bibliography of Macmillan of Canada Imprints 1598. No.26 in the Great Stories of Canada series. Illustrated by Ed McNally. Very good in rubbed, edgeworn dustjacket. 30.00

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19 SCHULL, Joseph Great Stories of Canada 26 Ships of the Great Days : Canada's Navy in World War II. 2nd printing in dustjacket
Macmillan, 1966, 
SCHULL, Joseph. Ships of the Great Days : Canada's Navy in World War II. Toronto: Macmillan, 1966. Second Printing. Pp. (10),11-156,(4). 8vo, olive-grey cloth. Law 1519, WhitemanBibliography of Macmillan of Canada Imprints 1598. No.26 in the Great Stories of Canada series. Illustrated by Ed McNally.Very good in spine-sunned, unclipped dust jacket. 25.00

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