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The Early Furniture of Ontario & the Atlantic Provinces is a non-fiction book written by Henry and Barbara Dobson, published in 1974 by M. F. Feheley Publishers Co. Limited. The book is a comprehensive guide to the early furniture of Ontario and the Atlantic Provinces, covering the period from the late 18th century to the mid-19th century. The authors provide detailed descriptions and photographs of the furniture, as well as information on the makers and the historical context in which the pieces were created. The book is a valuable resource for collectors, historians, and anyone interested in the history of Canadian furniture.
The book is presented in a softcover green paper volume, with lettering on the cover and spine. It is in excellent condition, with no writings of any kind, making it almost as good as new.
1980: Whence Come We? Freemasonry in Ontario 1764-1980, ed. by The Special Committee on the History, Wallace McLeod
Whence Come We? Freemasonry in Ontario 1764-1980, edited by The Special Committee on the History and chaired by Wallace McLeod. The book was published by the Grand Lodge A.F. & A.M. of Canada in the Province of Ontario and authorized by the Grand Master, Masonic Holdings, Hamilton. It provides an in-depth history of Freemasonry in Ontario from 1764 to 1980. It covers the origins of Freemasonry in Ontario, the establishment of lodges, and the growth of the organization over time. The work explores the role of Freemasonry in the community, including its charitable works and social impact.
Whence Come We? is a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in the history of Freemasonry in Ontario. It is well-researched and provides a detailed account of the organization’s growth and development over time. The book is also beautifully presented, with a blue hardcover cloth volume and clean, tightly bound pages. It is an excellent addition to any Masonic library or collection. Brand New!
1919: Hygiene for Young People, a Reader for Pupils in Form III on the Public Schools, by A. P. Knight
Hygiene for Young People is a non-fiction book written by A. P. Knight, a Professor of Physiology at Queen’s University in Kingston. The book was published in 1919 and recommended by the Minister of Education for use in school libraries in Ontario. The book is intended for pupils in Form III on public schools and provides information on hygiene and health practices.
The book is a historical artifact with a grey hardcover cloth volume and black lettering on the cover and spine. The wear, staining, and fading on the cover are due to heavy use and the passage of time. The book belonged to Jack Dudgeon, as signed on various pages, and has some fingerprints and dog ears throughout.
Captured Memories: A History of Alsask and Surrounding School Districts is a non-fiction book that delves into the history of Alsask, a town in Canada, and its surrounding school districts. The book is written by the Alsask History Book Committee and was first published in 1983. It is a large, orange cloth hardcover volume with black decoration and lettering printed on the cover and spine. The book contains 488 pages and is filled with black-and-white photographs, maps, and more.
The book provides a detailed account of the history of Alsask and its inhabitants. It covers various school districts in the area, including Bonnie Brier, Clifton Bank, Eastside, Lloyd George, Merid, Roslyn, Stoneyhurst, Westside, and Wolf Willow. This is an excellent read for anyone interested in Canadian history.