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Image for Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, June 1967

Rod & Gun in Canada Magazine, June 1967

By: Austin, Den; Seeley, Maxwell J.; Hartman, Len; Carter, Dale; Lewis, Brian W.; Greenaway, Bill; Knap, Jerome; Rummel, Martha B.; O'Donnell, Al; Sismey, Eric D.; Klages, John W.; Hartman, Tex; Nicholson, Henry P.

Price: $79.95

Publisher: Montreal, Rod & Gun Publishing Corporation: 1967

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 543G1492

Condition: Good


Features: The Well-Trained Retriever is the Hunter's Best Friend; Atlantic Salmon Problem; Ontario ESOX for Expo Bound Fishermen; Hunting through the Ice; Ancient Fishing Hints and Tips; The Timpline; The Big One That Didn't Get Away; A Long Hard Look at Conservation in New Brunswick; Kokanee; How to Fillet Panfish; Pike on a Fly; Nice Honda Generator ad inside back cover;Travelall ad on back cover; and more. Moderate wear. A sound copy. View more info

The Canada Trip

By: Gordon, Charles

Price: $39.95

Publisher: Toronto, ON, Canada, McClelland & Stewart: 1997

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 71206090

ISBN: 0771033893

Condition: Very Good


0771033893 346 pages. Author and his wife set out in the summer of 1996 to drive across Canada. Starting from Ottawa they drove east through Quebec, through New Brunswick, P.E.I., Nove Scotia, and Newfoundland. From St. John's they headed west on a different route through the Maritimes to Montreal, Toronto, and Lake of the Woods. Then it was west to Vancouver and Victoria. Next, via Prince Rupert, they followed the Yellowhead Trail back through Edmonton ad Saskatoon, hitting Flin Flon and Northern Ontario on the way home. The dream trip you would love to take... if you had the time! Som... View more info

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Village Portraits

By: Heller, Ursula

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Toronto, Carswell Legal Pubns: 1982

Edition: First Printing

Seller ID: 856C6934

ISBN: 0458950009

Condition: Very Good


0458950009 127 pages. "Photographer Ursula Heller travelled through North America for nine years, stopping off in small towns - sometimes for several months - to document photographically a way of life that is fast disappearing. This study of eight small Canadian communities, portrayed in her unique style, truly captures the diversity of people and lifestyles across the country... Captures a special sense of place and lets us find out what it's really like to live there." - from dust jacket. The communities documented include: Alma, New Brunswick; Huberdeau, Quebec; Toronto Island, ... View more info

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Maclean's Magazine - January 18, 1958

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $149.95

Publisher: Canada, Maclean Hunter: 1958

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 146A6818

Condition: Fair


56 pages. Features: The next world problem - Who Owns Space?; Barry Morse - The Barrymore of Canadian TV; Louis Archambault's Wonderful Wall; Diefenbaker's Home Town - Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Nice Colour Ads: Matinee Cigarettes; Canadian Car Company; Caterpillar - New Brunswick Theme; Red Cap Ale; 1958 Plymouth Automobile; Dow Beer; O'Keefe Ales; Coke (back cover). Average wear. Please note! Pages 31 through 34 missing View more info

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Canadian Collector Magazine, January/February 1984, Volume 19, No. 1

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $89.95

Publisher: Toronto, Canadian Antiques and Fine Arts Society: 1984

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 763A9252

Condition: Good


62 pages. Features: A Salute to the Settlement of Ontario; Shelburne's Ross-Thomson House... The Largest Loyalist artifact in the Nova Scotia Museum's Collection; Toronto a la carte - Exhibition mapping Toronto's First Century marks the city's Sesquicentennial; Return to Glengarry - Retired Northwest Company partners of Eastern Ontario; The Canadian Connection - Parisian Art Nouveau Designer Edward Colonna spent much of his life in North America; From Shore to Shore - Print-derived drawing from Victorian New Brunswick depicts man's passage through life; A Quiet Wealth - Textile Arts of Coasta... View more info

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Material History Review - Number 46, Fall 1997

By: Multiple Contributors

Price: $69.95

Publisher: Canada, National Museum of Science and Technology: 1997

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 135A2500

Condition: Good


Features: Interpreting Environmental History Through Material Culture; Omar Ramsden and the CNE; "Providential Openings" - the Women Weavers of nineteenth-century Queens County, New Brunswick. Research Reports: George Cove's Solar Energy Device; Researching Alberta's Gas Technology - a case study - The Turner Valley Gas Plant; La pierre de taille des Charentes et les colonies francaises; Exhibit Review - the Bank of Montreal Museum; Conference Review - Material Culture Worlds - a report on 3 conferences; plus 7 book reviews. Average wear. Usual library markings. A sound copy. View more info

Image for The Wide World Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly, October (Oct.) 1899, Vol. 3, No. 18 - My Impressions of Pekin (Beijing / Peking)

The Wide World Magazine - An Illustrated Monthly, October (Oct.) 1899, Vol. 3, No. 18 - My Impressions of Pekin (Beijing / Peking)

By: Neufeld, Charles; Edmonds, Alfred; Russell, Kitty; Knowles, Rev. Joshua; Barclay, H.V.; FitzGerald, W.G.; Perkins, H.; Et al

Price: $850.00

Publisher: London, George Newnes, Limited: 1899

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 346H3101

Condition: Good


Pages 562-676. Features: In the Khalifa's Clutches - part IV of Charles Neufeld's ordeal; Impressions of Pekin - sensational photo-illustrated article; Two Loves Affairs, and How They Ended - Colonel Hervey Tryon falls headlong into a deep well of garbag; The Hook-Swinging Ceremony as I Saw It - Rev. Joshua Knowles describes a South Indian pagan festival in which devotees have hook placed in their flesh before they are swung into the air at the end of long poles - with photos; A Desperate Plight - travails of Captain H.V. Barclay in the arid Australian interior; The Great Grottos of Han - pho... View more info

Image for The Wide World  - The Magazine For Men, November (Nov.) 1914, No. 199, Vol. 34 - Trip to Kolahoi Glacier / Drifting Through Mesopotamia

The Wide World - The Magazine For Men, November (Nov.) 1914, No. 199, Vol. 34 - Trip to Kolahoi Glacier / Drifting Through Mesopotamia

By: Treacher, M.S.; Pitt-Kethley, V.; Willoughby, J.; Priestley, W.; Lees, F.; Morton-Marshall, F.; Ranee of Sarawak; Lamb, A.; Et al

Price: $299.95

Publisher: New York, The International News Company: 1914

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 123H0755

Condition: Good


100 pages plus 28 pages of vintage ads. Features: Real-Life Romances - six narratives of travel in Italy; Captain Thompson's 'Catch' - Captain Thompson of Knight's Key, Florida catches a huge bizarre 'whale/shark' - article with photos; Drifting Through Mesopotamia - Russian M. Dutkevitch and his photo-illustrated account of floating down the mighty Tigris to Bagdad; A Naturalist in the Arctic - Mr. Koren, a Norwegian naturalist, becomes a castaway in Siberia after his vessel is wrecked in the ice; The "Phantom Brigands" of Pegomas - how the puzzle of these these French criminals (des... View more info