Pamphlets collection. Second accrual. 32 pamphlets
A book for the farmer on the use of explosives. (Montreal,
1911: Canadian Explosives Limited). 116p. Shelf no. 4082.
A great Canadian industry and its founder. Being a brief history
of the McLaughlin Carriage Company. 32p. Shelf no.4083.
Almanach du people. Faits et chiffres pour les electeurs du Canada
dun supplement de La Gazette, Montreal. (Montreal, 1891).
48p. Shelf no. 4084.
Beaver house. (London: The Hudsons Bay Company). 44p. Shelf
Celebrating a friendship 250 years old! (1920: Hudsons
Bay Company). 11p. Shelf no. 4086.
Milton: Semi-centennial 1857-1907. (1907). 52p. Shelf no. 4087.
River rampant. (Winnipeg, 1950: Stovel Press). 50p. Shelf no.
The ABCs of traffic safety issued by the Motor Vehicles Branch,
Department of Highways of Ontario. (Toronto, 1954: Public Relations
Services Limited). 30p. Shelf no. 4089.
The Orange Anniversary songster. (Toronto, 1888: F. Crapper).
32p. Shelf no. 4090.
The Winnipeg District: The city and farm lands adjacent. Issued by
a committee of the City Council of the Winnipeg Board of Trade, the
Winnipeg Retailers Association. (Winnipeg, 1898: The Buckle Printing
Co., Limited). 24p. Shelf no. 4091.
Yukon Territory: History, administration, resources and development.
(Ottawa, 1950: Northern Administrations Department of Resources and
Development). 58p. Shelf no. 4902.
Castex, J.M. Along the bay. (Penetanguishene: Harold R. Beaudoin).
59p. Shelf no. 4093.
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. The C.C.F. and total war. (Ottawa,
1942). 23p. Shelf no. 4094.
Laurier, Sir Wilfred. Reciprocal trade with the United States. Speech
delivered by Sir Wilfred Laurier in the House of Commons of Canada.
March 7, 1911. Ottawa, Canada, 1911. 16p. Shelf no. 4095.
Manion, Hon. R. J. Why Canada is at war. A broadcast delivered
by Hon. R. J. Mnion, M.C., M.D., M.P. November 13, 1939. (Ottawa, 1939:
J.O. Patenaude, I.S.O.). 10p. Shelf no. 4096.
Purdy, Amos. To the residents of the County of Cumberland. (Amherst,
September 16 1901). 16p. Shelf no. 4097.
Rowell, Hon. N. W. One year of Union government. An address given
in Bowmanville, Ontario. December 17, 1918. 24p. Shelf no. 4098.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police. A career in scarlet with the Royal
Canadian Mounted Police. (Ottawa, 1952). 60p. Shelf no. 4099
Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Information for prospective recruits.
(Ottawa, 1951). 26p. Shelf no. 4100.
Woodward, E. L. Some political consequences of the atomic bomb. (Toronto,
1945: Oxford University Press). 26p. Shelf no. 4101.
San Francisco: Before and after the fire. (Los Angeles, 1906:
Rieder-Cardinell Co.). 18p fold-out. Shelf no. 4102.
The truth about Catholics. (Los Angeles, 1946: Catholic Literature
Society). 34p. Shelf no. 4103.
The unspeakable war. (New York: Labor Committee for Peace in
Vietnam). 31p. Shelf no. 4104.
Green, Gil. United we stand for peace and socialism. Report on the
sixth World Congress of the Young Communist International. (New
York, 1935: Workers Library Publishers). 64p. Shelf no. 4105.
International Coordination Council. Italy against fascism. (New
York, 1942: Quaderni Italiani). 16p. Shelf no. 4106.
McColl- Frontenac Products. Harvest gold: war edition. McColl Frontenac
farm machinery manual. (1943, The Texas Company). 120p missing
pages. Shelf no. 4107
Progressive Labor Party. A plan for Black liberation. (New York,
1969: Progressive Labor Party). 64p. Shelf no. 1408.
War pictures at the National Gallery. (London, 1944: Curwen
Press). 32p. Shelf no. 1409
Youth in the Soviet land. (ANH) . 88p. Shelf no. 1410.
Barker, Sir Ernest. Winston Churchill. (London, January 1945:
The Ministry of Information). 72p. Shelf no. 4111.
Chesnokov, D.I. Marxism-Leninism on basis and superstructure. (Bombay,
1952: Peoples Publishing House Ltd.). 60p. Shelf no. 4112.
Huguenin, Pierre. Inside the story of the Swiss watch. Translated
by R. Grandvoinet. (La Chaux-de-Fonds, July 1949: Publications Department
of the Swiss Chamber of Commerce). 31p. Shelf no. 4113.
Webb, Sidney and Beatrice Webb. Soviet Communism: Dictatorship or
democracy? (London, October 1936: The Left Review). 32p. Shelf no.