FEBRUARY 2020  - 40 items offered... 
Duncan McLaren
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    10 COLLECTIONS   
       9 BOOKS
       6 MANUSCRIPTS
       2 PHOTOS 
       1 MAP 
     12 EPHEMERA  
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10 COLLECTIONS...
FIELD, Eugene (1850-1895)

Eugene Field, an American journalist, editor, poet, and best known for his children's poetry and humorous essay. After his mother's death in 1856, he and He worked for many newspapers until the Chicago Daily News offered him a job writing a humorous column called "Sharps and Flats". He also published many volumes of poetry and prose. Dubbed "The Poet of Childhood"
A collection of letters and ephemera pasted into a leather scrapbook, 10-1/4 × 9-1/2 inches.
The collection has 41 items in total dating from 1889 to 1912, specifically, 16 letters, 13 ephemera, and 12 posthumous postcards. The collection includes interesting letters from important writers such as John Kendrick Bangs... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 2,500 USD OR $ 3,560 CDN  #7891


COWLEY, Malcolm (1898-1989)

Malcolm Cowley was an American literary critic, poet, editor and a social historian who went on to become a representative of the America's 'Lost Generation' after the World War I. In 1939, he received the 'Harriet Monroe Memorial Prize' for his poetry. In 1980, he was honored with the 'National Book Award for Biography' for his exceptional work, 'And I Worked at the Writer's Trade'.

The collection contains 23 items dating from 1930 to 1980, specifically 12 letters, 3 poems, 7 books, 1 photo and 1 signed newspaper article... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 2,000 USD OR $ 2,845 CDN  #7901

 
COUGHLIN, Father Charles Edward (1891-1979)

Father Charles E. Coughlin was an American Canadian Roman Catholic Priest born in Hamilton, Ontario and ordained to the priesthood in Toronto in 1916 with the Basilian Fathers. He taught at Assumption College, also operated by the Basilians, in Windsor, Ontario.
When his religious order was re-organized in 1923, he moved to Detroit. In 1926, he ministered at the Shrine of the Little Flower in Royal Oak, Michigan, and began his radio broadcasts, reaching an audience of 30 million people...

Collection material dates from 1931 to 1966 and includes 146 items, specifically, 129 Social Justice Newspapers, 4 Books, 9 B&W Photos, 3 Ephemera and 1 Medal.... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 1,600 USD OR $ 2,275 CDN  #7883

GALE, Zona (1874-1938)
 

Zona Gale was American novelist, short story writer, poet, journalist, and Pulitzer prize winner for drama in 1921.

The collection consists of 13 items dating from 1906 to 1937 specifically, 6 letters, 3 books, an autographed note, 2 photographs, and a postcard... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,600 USD OR $ 2,275 CDN  #7899

 
BANGS, John Kendrick (1862-1922)

John Kendrick Bangs was an American author, humorist, editor, and satirist. and the creator of modern Bangsian fantasy the school of fantasy writing that sets the plot wholly or partially in the afterlife.  

The collection items date from 1894 to 1921, specifically contains twelve letters, two books, one poster, and a note.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,400 USD OR $ 1,990 CDN  #7884


LIVESAY, Dorothy (1909-1996)

Dorothy Livesay is considered one of Canada's pre-eminent poets and the winner of two Governor General's Awards (1944, 1947). Following the publication of Green Pitcher (1928) when she was only nineteen years of age, she published Signpost (1932).

This Dorothy Livesay collection material dating from 1928 to 1987, specifically, thirteen books and booklets of poetry, and three pieces of ephemera (a university convocation invitation 2 UofT programme booklets:). Most items are signed by Livesay. Many are association copies of other Canadian poets, especially Miriam Waddington. Some of these works are quite scarce. Practically all items are in very good or fine condition...  Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,400 USD OR $ 1,990 CDN  #7885

GODDEN, Margaret Rumer (1907-1998)

Rumer Godden was a poet, memoirist, an English author of more than 60 fiction and nonfiction and children's books. She was born in Sussex, but grew up in India, in Narayanganj. Many of her 60 books are set in India. Nine of her works were made into films, most notably Black Narcissus in 1947.

The collection contains 13 items dating from 1936 to 1995, specifically, nine letters (one on a leaflet), three photos, a movie poster, and first edition of her first published book-length work... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 1,400 USD OR $ 1,990 CDN  #7894

MOWAT, Farley McGill [1921-2014]& BERTON, Pierre Francis de Marigny [1920-2004]

Pierre Berton / Farley Mowat three association collection (inscribed and provenance) items. The three items are all personally connected to these two Canadian literary giants. Born less than a year apart, Berton and Mowat were passionate story tellers of non-fiction and popular culture. They were the best of friends with Jack McClelland, their flamboyant publisher. Their own relationship blew hot and cold.
Two Farley Mowat related items;
1) The Regiment. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1955. First edition. "For Pierre | the only good book written | by Farley Mowat".
2) Typed letter signed (TLS) to Clyde Gilmour
Pierre Berton provenance, related item;
Fox, George, 1624-1691. A Journal, or Historical Account of the Life, Travels, Sufferings, Christian Experiences and Labour of Love in the Work of the Ministry of that Ancient, Eminent and Faithful Servant of Jesus Christ... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,300 USD OR $ 1,850 CDN  #7880

 
KOONTZ, Dean (b1945)

Dean Koontz is a best-selling American author in the genres of suspense, horror fiction, science fiction, thriller, and fantasy. He has also used approximately ten different pen names. His books have sold more than 450 million copies. Many of his books have been made into films.

The collection contains 35 items dating from 1977 to 2011, specifically, sixteen letters, five photos, two books, four posters, five newsletters, an autographed card and an interview....  Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 1,300 USD OR $ 1,850 CDN  #7896

 
GUITERMAN, Arthur (1871-1943) 
 

Arthur Guiterman was an American poet of humorous verse, a co-founder of the Poetry Society of America 1910, President, Poetry Society of America, 1925-26 and an editor of Woman's Home Companion and the Literary Digest.

The collection contains 15 items dating from 1920 to 1938 specifically,  eleven letters, a manuscript of a poem, a publisher's advertising flyer, a program, and a printing block...  Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,300 USD OR $ 1,850 CDN  #7900
9 BOOKS ...

 DURHAM, Lord John George Lambton Earl of Durham [1792-1840] (subject)

 There are six articles on Lord Durham's Report and other articles include:
* Lord Durham and the British Background of His Report
* The Durham Report and the Upper Canadian Scene
* Nova Scotia and the Durham Mission
* Lord Durham's Report and its Consequences
* Extracts from Gladstone's private political diary on Canadian questions,
* Canada and foreign affairs by Glazerbrook
* Correspondence of Lord Elgin on the government of Canada.... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 35 USD OR $ 50 CDN  #0658


READ, D. B. (David Breakenridge) [1823-1904]

First edition. 5-1/4 x 8 inches. xii,(1),[1]-372pp.(2). Green cloth with gilt type on spine and embossed front and back covers with title and maple leaf also embossed on front cover. Tissue-guarded black & white portraits of Louis Joseph Papineau (frontispiece) and William Lyon Mackenzie. Endpapers with some foxing. Internally on a  handful of pages light spotting otherwise book in very good condition.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 20 USD OR $ 28 CDN  #0866

Procter, J.J. (John James) (1833-1909?) 

First edition. 5-1/2 x 8-3/8 inches. (2),[3]-250pp.(2) Original dark brown cloth with gilt type on front cover and gilt owl very bright, apparently Mr. Procter's logo. The top and bottom of the spine are bumped. Original green endpapers with Mrs. Proctors' inscription neatly written n the front endpaper " To Dr. Fyles with Mrs. Proctors Compliments, Quebec Sept 19th, 1908" An obituary pasted to the rear endpaper identifying Mr. Procter as the editor of the newspaper which published this book. Internally very clean.  Overall condition is very good.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 25 USD OR $ 35 CDN  #0250


SANGSTER, Charles [1833-1893]
 

1860. Montreal, Lovell
 First edition. 7 x 4-1/2 inches. vii, [1], [9]-186,pp.  [4pp. ads]. Newer brown cloth with new endpapers, previous owner name on title page and dedication page. A collection of 75 poems ranging in time from "The Plains of Abraham" and "Death of Wolfe" to a "Song for Canada," whose "Sons are living men, / [Her] daughters fond and fair." "Brock," written for the inauguration of the new monument to Sir Isaac Brock at Queenston Heights in 1859...  Click for more information and photos:
Price: $ 45 USD OR $ 64 CDN  #1788

[LATOUR Louis Bertrand de] [1701 - 1780]

1761. Cologne, Chez Jean Frédéric Motiens   First edition. 12mo (164 x 100 mm). vii, [1]-2l5pp. Newer modern rich burgundy leather, new end papers, with title in gilt stamped on black leather label and 1761 date in gilt stamped at bottom of spine. Inside page are pleasantly age toned evenly throughout. Attractive book in fine condition.  French text.

This rare biography of François Xavier de Laval de Montigny  [1623-1708], the first Bishop of Quebec (1623-1708) contains much useful information about the late 17th century history of the region .... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 2,000 USD OR $ 2,845 CDN  #2245

LEECHMAN, John Douglas (1890-1980)

[1945]. Toronto,   Ryerson Press
First Canadian edition. 4-3/4 x 8 inches.  (6), vii-ix, (1), 1-247, (1), frontis  map, 6 leaves of photos. Inscribed and signed on the half title page by the author. "To Paul, hoping you will enjoy reading this as much as I did the writing of it. Douglas, Christmas 1946"
Account of archeologists sojourn on Button Islands (off the Northern Labrador peninsula) with Labrador Eskimos from Killineck Island as companions; description of the modern Eskimo way of life, dances, clothing and hunting etc. ... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 60 USD OR $ 85 CDN  #5084

HERIOT, George [1766-1844]

1807. London, Richard Phillips
First edition. 8-1/4 x 10-18 inches. xii, [1]-602 p.,1 l., New large 1/2 bound calf, marbled paper sides, gold tooled. Usual off-setting from plates to facing text pages, otherwise fine condition.

Complete with all 28 plates as called for including; 1 hand coloured folding frontispiece, 26 nice older hand coloured plates (5 folding), plus 1 hand coloured folding map. Hand-coloured plates all very striking and attractive. A very handsome copy. Stored in a brown slip case.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 6,000 USD OR $ 8,545 CDN  #7640

ATWOOD, Margaret  [1939 - ]

1961. Toronto, Hawkshead Press
Double Persephone. First Edition. Atwood, Margaret [M.E. Atwood]. Toronto: Hawkshead Press, 1961. Market book series, book 1. [16] p. 172 × 130 mm. (5 x 6-3/4 inches), 4 leaves. The text block was originally glued with rubber cement into the covers. This copy has been sewn, and the text block has been expertly and unobtrusively reinforced at the endpapers. Thick-paper wrapper. Signed by Atwood on a paper label (Nan A. Talese / Doubleday) which is affixed on the verso of the front cover. Light scuffing to inside front cover and back cover, otherwise in near fine condition... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 2,000 USD OR $ 2,845 CDN  #7623

MOODIE, Susanna [Susannah Strickland] [1803-1885]

[1856]. New York, De Witt & Davenport
SCARCE First US edition, probably 2nd issue. 5-1/4 by 7-1/2 inches. iv,[5]-343pp.(5) ads.  Rebacked with original blind embossed dark brown cloth to front and back boards and on front board, 2 gilt flowers with two gilt leaves. Spine with gilt type. New end papers. Foxing and marks throughout with in some cases very age toned paper. Book over-all condition is good.
Circa 1856. Complete In One Volume.
... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 395 USD OR $ 560 CDN  #2561
6 MANUSCRIPTS
MARMETTE, Joseph-Etienne-Eugene (1844-1895)

Joseph-Etienne-Eugene Marmette was a Canadian novelist and historian.
 Three pages, 5 x 8 inches. Argiculture Canada red embossed seal - Archives Branch, Ottawa, 27 Juin 1888.
Refers to La Revue Canadienne from 1886, mention travels to Europe, and references Benjamin Suite and makes specific reference to a passage in "I'Histoire de Saint-Francois du Lac".
Small stain on front page, otherwise near fine condition... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 135 USD OR $ 190 CDN  #8174

FRÉCHETTE, Louis-Honoré (1839-1908)

Louis-Honoré Fréchette was a Canadian poet, politician, playwright, and short story writer.
Autograph letter signed. One page, 4-1/2 x 7 inches. Dated Quebec 19 Nov[ember] [18]90. Sending appreciation for his writing, and referencing his work La Legende d'un peuple (1877). [In French] ... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 105 USD OR $ 145 CDN  #8175


CONWAY, George M.

Travel diary of a trip on a ship from Cardiff, England to Naples, to Almeira (Andulsia, Spain), and then return to Newport, and finally home by train to Bristol. 26 June-23 July 1904. Bound in black cloth, all edges red. Written in mostly in ink. The author often makes pencil notes in the margin for a day's entry, writes the entry in ink on that page, and then on the next page, re-writes the entry with a few changes or additions.  viii, 174, [17] pp. 232 × 180 mm. Encased in a black clamshell cloth box... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 1,000 USD OR $ 1,420 CDN  #7389

IRVING, Sir Henry (1838-1905)
 

Sir Henry Irving [born John Henry Brodribb, sometimes known as J. H. Irving] was an English stage actor in the Victorian era. Irving was known as an actor-manager...
Autograph letter signed. One page. 5 x 8 inches, Dated Lyceum Theatre 14 May 1897. To a Mr. Campbell. Arranging to meet, with his wife as well. Signed by Irving. Was folded now flat, slight bend top left corner.
Printed 2 colour (black & red) Menu card for the Irving Banquet [by the] Edinburgh Pen and Pencil Club, [Edinburgh] September 1887. One page, 4-3/4 x 7 inches on card stock. Signed in pencil by Irving. Bottom left corner slightly bent and some light foxing .... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 275 USD OR $ 390 CDN  #8191

HOWITT, Mary [1799-1888]

Mary Howitt was an English poet, and author of the famous poem The Spider and the Fly and inspired Lewis Carroll....
Duplicate Autograph receipt signed. One page, Oblong 8 x 5 inches.  Dated London September 16,1845.
For payment received for exclusive copies of her translation of "Only a Fiddler" by Hans Christian Anderson and her novel "The Author's Daughter", "each for republication in the United States by Harper Brothers."
Very good condition.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 125 USD OR $ 179 CDN  #8187

ELLIOT, Judge William (1817-1905) & CAWTHRA, Henry (1830-1904) (provenance)
 

Judge Elliot served as senior county judge for the County of Middlesex from 1869 until 1904 and died in 1905.
Henry Cawthra Barrister-at-law. Born in Newmarket, Upper Canada and was the son of Joseph Cawthra.
Autograph letter signed with envelope. Two pages, dated London, April 26, 1861. Most interesting and informative letter discussing land values in N York  Concess. South Dorchr, Ontario at the time... "Lots in Dorchester vary much in value. I act as agent for a party in N York who owns 100 acres in the 4 Concess. South Dorchr.  You inquire about Lot 15 [8?] Con S. Dorchr.  I think I could get from $10 to $15 per acre for his land throughout...  Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 175 USD OR $ 250 CDN  #8148
2 PHOTOS
[NOTMAN, William (1826-1891)] [photographer]

11-1/8 x 8 inches, Victoria Bridge from Point St. Charles, Montreal during construction, "Victoria Bridge...early in Feb. 1859" in ink manuscript on verso. Albumen photo on very thin paper, a little faded and wrinkling, some tears along folds, otherwise good condition.
Quite scarce, early albumen photo of Victoria Bridge during construction.
Construction began in 1854 and the first train crossed in December 1859.
 ... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 305 USD OR $ 435 CDN  #8150

The Louis Bergdoll Brewing Co.

10-1/4 inches. The Louis Bergdoll Brewing Co. Protiwiner Lager Beer   29th & Parrish Street, Philadelphia. Group of men outside large building with a couple holding beers. Men are not identified however considered employees and management of the company. Card with bottom corer missing and tear. Photo is faded otherwise good condition. Any photo of the The Louis Bergdoll Brewing Co. seems to be quite scarce.
... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 325 USD OR $ 465 CDN  #8211
1 MAP
GISBORNE, F. N. (Frederick Newton) (1824-1892)

A nice large scale 1883 wall map of Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta...
 Size : 37 x 50 inches. Hand-colored. Folded, in very good condition.
Below title cartouche: Projected by F.N. Gisborne. Drawn by Gust. Smith.
Sir Hector Langevin, Minister of Public Works. Lithographed by: G.E. Desbarats & Co., Montreal. Shows Canada from Alberta to Manitoba.
Identifies telegraph lines and railroads.
Sectioned, folded. Enclosed in black publisher's binding stamped: Maps. Dominion of Canada Telegraph and Signal Service. Dept. of Public Works.
Cartouche includes figures of buffalo and Plains Indian teepee... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,900 USD OR $ 2,700 CDN  #8094
12 EPHEMERA

Lipton Teas, The Perth DyeWorks and J. & W. R. Scott Limited

3 early Canadian bookmarks:
#1) Lipton Teas 2-3/8 x 6 inches. printed 2 sides.
#2) P&P Campbell The Perth DyeWorks 2 x 7 inches. printed 2 sides
#3) J. & W. R. Scott Limited, Toronto, 2-3/8 x 7-1/4 inches. printed 1 side
Some marks, corner bends, otherwise, in good condition.
Price: $ 60 USD OR $ 85 CDN       #8164      


TRUDEAU, Pierre Elliot  [1919-2000]

8-1/2 x 11 inches, on Université de Montreal blue engraved logo letterhead with typed Public Law Research Institute.
Pierre Trudeau typed and signed, Pierre E. Trudeau, 1963 letter responding  to an invitation from a July 26, 1963 letter (carbon copy of this letter included) to participate in a new concept called "Exchange for Political Ideas in Canada".
... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,500 USD OR $ 2,135 CDN  #5620


KING, William Lyon MacKenzie, [1874-1950]

20.3cm x 25.5 cm (8 x 10 inches)  folded to 20.3cm x 12.5cm (8 x 5 inches) but flat as it is now.
Typed 2pp personal letter dated May 13, 1950 on Laurier House letterhead, (TSL) hand-written salutation and inscription and signature Billy (William Lyon MacKenzie King ). Letter had been torn and repaired  using Japanese mulberry and silk fibre paper. In very good condition otherwise. A scarce to rare personal signed and inscribed document to Canada's longest serving Prime Minister... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,300 USD OR $ 1,850 CDN  #4389

STOWE, Dr. Emily Howard (nee Jennings) [1831-1903]

Rare document, signed 6-1/2 x 8 inches, death certificate by Dr. Emily Stowe from June 19, 1887. This is a physician's death certificate for the wife  of James Aikenhead (they married in 1858) the founder of the well known Hardware store chain who died in 1903. There is also few mourning letters relating to Mrs. Aikenhead as an added bonus. Two folds with a couple of nick at two of the folds and small 1/2 inch tears starting at first fold, otherwise in very good+ condition and with a quality signature.
... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,200 USD OR $ 1,700 CDN  #4189

WASHINGTON, Booker T(aliaferro). [1856 - 1915]

[Tuskegee, 15 May 1912.] 8.5 x 11 inch Booker T. Washington letter with his signature.
Booker T. Washington, Principal of the Tuskegeee Institute for African Americans, and leading Black rights activist, signed in his hand, only three years prior to his death. He is requesting a contribution of tools for the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama, addressed to Mr. J. T. McCready, a manufacturer in Ohio. "We are in need of tools and implements - also for use on our farms...
... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 1,000 USD OR $ 1.425 CDN  #4306


Typed letter signed to Doug ?. One page. 8 x 11 inches. Dated August 17, 1979. A form letter, addressed and signed in McClelland's hand. Promoting an advance signed copy of Margaret Atwood's Life Before Man. The book was first published by McClelland and Stewart in 1979 and was a finalist for the Governor General's Award.
Fine condition. Jack McClelland was a Canadian publisher. He was known for promoting Canadian writers as president of the McClelland and Stewart publishing house... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 50 USD OR $ 70 CDN  #8206

PERKINS, George Washington (1835-1920)
 

Flat 21 x 16 inches folded to 8 x 10-1/2 inches. George Washington Perkins and his wife, Isabella Perkins Mortgage 13th May, 1899 with Supreme Court of the Independent Order of Foresters Mortgage for $17,000.
Town lot number four (4) situated on the north side  of Wellington Street at the junction of the said Wellington Street north Vittoria Street . Lots 19 and 20 on the East side of Vittoria Street.
This land is very close to the present day Ottawa Parliament buildings.
Good condition.... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 100 USD OR $ 140 CDN  #8210

LAWRENCE, Captain James (1781-1813)

Captain James Lawrence died June 4, 1813 on the USS Chesapeake. This original  6-1/8 x 9-3/4 inches  and complete 16 page page [297] to 312 issue of  Niles' The Weekly Register dated July 10, 1813 reporting the death and details was publish less than 5 weeks later. Disbound and loose pages, otherwise, very good condition

Report on The Death of Captain James Lawrence; His Command of The USS Chesapeake, "The Body of Lawrence Was Prostrate; But His Spirit Remained Erect; He Saw and Felt The fortune of War Was Against Him; Yet Cried Out, "Don't Give Up The Ship," Though The Enemy Was Carrying Everything Before Him"...  Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 245 USD OR $ 350 CDN  #4272

 & BROCK, Sir General Isaac  [1769-1812] (subject)

Original and complete Issue of  Niles' The Weekly Register dated Aug. 22, 1812. 16pp, p[401]-416, disbound.
Published from July 22, 1812, the Proclamation from Major-General Isaac Brock of Upper Canada on The Unprovoked Declaration of War By The United States. Very good condition.
In July 1812, an American army crossed the Detroit River and threatened Upper Canada. British General Isaac Brock knew he needed to move quickly to reassure the population and to halt the American invasion. Upon his arrival in Canada, American General William Hull made a proclamation asking inhabitants to accept his presence and offering them freedom from British rule... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $245 USD OR $ 350 CDN  #4271

The Chicago Tribune newspaper

Original The Chicago Tribune 4pp. newspaper Tuesday June 1, 1869 Indepth Report from their special correspondent St. Paul, May 24, 1869 including; The New Northwest - The Transfer of Selkirk and Saskatchewan To Canada - New Life In Hudson Bay Company - Vast Landed Reserves - Fur Traders and Speculators - Canadian Policy Wanted - Surveys Homesteads - Steamers - and Pacific Railroad
Most interesting USA perspective from Minnesota on forthcoming formation of Saskatchewan and it's very early history before becoming a Canadian Province in 1905... Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 75 USD OR $ 105 CDN  #2904

The Indianapolis Sentinel Newspaper

Three (3) May 1885 The Indianapolis Sentinel Newspapers, 8 page, 15-3/4 x 20-1/2 inches, with each issue reporting on The Riel Rebellion...
* Dated May 14, 1885 p.2,  Batouche via Clark's Crossing!  "Riel Routed - Batouche captured by Middleton's men and rebels driven out"
* Dated May 16, 1885 p.4 News That The Rebellion Has Been Broken  "Northwestern troubles - It looks as if the back of the rebellion was broken, though bands of Indians carry on a guerrilla warfare".
* Dated May 18, 1885 p.1 The News of Riel's Capture "The Northwest - Excited over Riel's capture - other prisoners going home"
Brittle paper with tears and some missing pieces on edges but not affecting focus content text, otherwise fair to good condition... Click for more information and photos; 
Price: $ 250 USD OR $ 355 CDN  #2653

"The Globe" Toronto newspaper

Three "The Globe" newspapers, 8 page, 15-3/4 x 23 inches, with each issue reporting on the NW rebellion related material with lots of local Toronto impact as well.
Three (3) April 1885 newspapers:
* Dated Friday April 3, 1885  
* Dated Thursday April 9, 1885 Twelve O'Clock, early edition.
* Dated Thursday April 9, 1885 later edition.
Some staining and wrinkling of pages, otherwise, good condition.
North-West (or Riel) Rebellion...  Click for more information and photos;
Price: $ 450 USD OR $ 640 CDN  #8212

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