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Northwest Passage

By: LARSEN, Henry

Price: $30.00

Publisher: Vancouver City Archives, Vancouver, 1948,:

Seller ID: 92437

[LARSEN, Henry]. The Northwest Passage. [Vancouver : City Archives, 1948]. Pp [3]-47,(1). Illustrated. Map. 8vo, cream stapled card covers. “I will here endeavour to tell the story of the R.C.M.P. “St. Roch”; the little ship that twice made the North-West Passage – the first from Vancouver, B.C., toHalifax, N.S., 1940 to 1942, and also the return voyage from Halifax, N.S. , to Vancouver, B.C., during the summer of 1944.” (p. 7). Lacking title page, lightly browned, surface tear front sticker removal from front cover, penned name, bottom portion of last leaf clipped out (not affecting... View more info

Big Ship : An Autobiography. no dj.

By: LARSEN, Henry A. SHEER, Frank R. OMHOLT-JENSEN, Edvard

Price: $20.00

Publisher: McClelland and Stewart, Toronto, 1967,:

Seller ID: 72641

LARSEN, Henry A. The Big Ship : An Autobiography. By Henry A. Larsen, in co-operation with Frank R. Sheer and Edvard Omholt-Jensen. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, (1967). Pp. (16),1-223,(1), + 16 p. of plates. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Spadoni & Donnelly 1947. The memoirs of the long-time captain of the RCMP schooner St. Roch, which patrolled the arctic on exploratory missions around the Northwest Passage, enforcing Canadiansovereignty in the north. Sunning and minor bumping to spine ends, else vg . 20.00 View more info

Mounties. First Edition in dustjacket.

By: YOUNG, Delbert A.

Price: $22.00

Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton, Toronto , 1968, ISBN:0340029447:

Seller ID: 25278

YOUNG, Delbert A. The Mounties. Toronto and London : Hodder & Stoughton, (1968). First Edition. Pp (8),9-158,(2) + 4 p of plates. 8vo, red cloth, giltlettering to spine. With map end-papers. Arora, The Saskatchewan Bibliogra phy 6334; Strathern, Alberta, 1954-1979. A Provincial Bibliography 835. "The thrilling story of the world-famous Royal Canadian Mounted Police — "the Mounties". Created close to a century ago to tame the Canadian West, tne. Mounties did just that; then changed and grew, even as Canada did, until, today, the Force boasts crime laboratories, radar, tracking dog... View more info