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FRASER, Dawn. Echoes From Labor's Wars : Industrial Cape Breton in the 1920s : Narrative verse by Dawn Fraser. With an Introduction by David Frank and Don Macgillivray. Toronto : New Hogtown Press, (1976). First Printing. Pp (8),9-93,(3). 8vo, black cloth, gilt lettering to spine.
With Lawren Harris's "Glace Bay" on front of dustjacket.
Tennyson, Cape Bretoniana, 5134, Laugher p.184.
Oswald Vincent Fraser (b. July 1, 1888, Oxford, Cumberland County, N.S. - d. June 1968, Camp Hill Hospital, Halifax).
The poems :
"He Starved, He Starved, I Will Tell You",
"I Write Not What I Wish to Write But Rather What I Must",
"Out of My House. No Child of Mine Will Be a Boy Scout",
"The Widow in the Ward",
"The Case of Jim McLachlan (A story told the children by an old man in the year 1994)",
"Honest, Bell, What Did Bruce Say?",
"The Hair-Breadth Escape of Red Malcolm Bruce (Very thrilling)",
"Tell My Friend the Prison Warden I Hadn't Time to Call (Sung by Malcolm Bruce)",
"Hey, Jim and Dan",
"Away, False Teachings of My Youth",
"Merry Christmas to You, Jim",
"The Wearing of the Red",
"To Forman Waye",
"Send the Bill to Besco",
"Go West, Young Man, Go West",
"Cape Breton's Curse, Adieu, Adieu",
"Mon Pere", and
Very good in dustjacket. 30.00
Title: Echoes From Labor's Wars : Industrial Cape Breton in the 1920s : Narrative verse by Dawn Fraser. NHP edition. First Hardcover Printing in dustjacket
Publisher: New Hogtown Press, Toronto, 1976, ISBN:0919940099: 1976
ISBN Number: 0919940099
ISBN Number 13: 9780919940093
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 33512