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 The listing is by subject heading. Within subjects, the works are arranged alphabetically by author, or, if no author is known, by title. Several pamphlets have been listed under more than one subject heading.


MACCABEES
History of the Maccabees, books of the ancient Maccabees (from the Apocrypha) and biographical sketches of the executive officers of the order, 1881-1894. N.p., 1892, 126pp. Shelf no. 3887.

MCGEE, THOMAS D’ARCY
Harvey, D.C.  Thomas D’Arcy McGee, The Prophet of Canadian Nationality. N.p., University of Manitoba, 1923, 30pp. Shelf no. 3688.

MANITOBA
Manitoba. Dept. of Agriculture.  Information for Emigrants. Ottawa: 1878, 72pp + map. Shelf no. 3951.

MARRIAGE – CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN CANADA
Anglican Church of Canada.  Report of the Committee Appointed by the Synod of the Diocese of Toronto to deal with the Ne Temere Decree. 1911, 48pp. Shelf no. 3552.

MARRIAGE
The Gunhilda Letters: marriage with a deceased wife’s sister. Letters of a lady to the Right Rev. The Lord Bishop of Ontario. Ottawa, Office of the Daily Citizen, 1881, 50pp. Shelf no. 3797.

MARXISM
Anti-Imperialist Front.  First of July Conference, June 28-29. London, Ont., Anti-Imperialist Front. N.d., 19pp. Shelf no. 3247.
Anti-Imperialist Front. Summer Commissions. London, Ont. Anti-Imperialist Front, n.d., 8pp. Shelf no. 3287.
Bains, Hardial.  Four Articles Against Canadian Revisionists. Toronto: Norman Bethune Institute, 1975, 140pp. Shelf no. 3577.
Black, David.  As The Screw Turns. N.p., n.p., 1968, 39pp. Shelf no. 3330.
Boylan, Charles. Learn from the Teachers by Negative Example. Montreal: Communist party of Canada (Marxist-Leninist), 1975, 141pp. Shelf no. 3578.

Canadian Party of Labour Marxist-Leninist.  Combat Bourgeois Ideas. Toronto: ca. 1968, 39pp. Shelf no. 3574.
Canadian Party of Labour.  Keep it (Capitalism) Canada. McMaster (1960s), 8pp. Shelf no. 3586.
Dewart, Robert, John Hamburger, Mike Naemsch. On Strike: New College. Toronto: University of Toronto Worker-Student Alliance, 1970, 21pp. Shelf no. 3598.
Gordon, Fred. SDS Work-In Toward a Worker-Student Alliance. iii, 31pp., 1968. Printed by McMaster SM. Shelf no. 3585.
Labor-Progressive Party.  Third Ontario Convention – Education Panel Suggestions and Proposals for Discussion Panel on Marxism Education. N.p., Labor-Progressive Party, n.d., 4pp. Shelf no. 3268.

Marx, Karl. Wage-Labour and Capital. Toronto: Progress Books, 1933, 48pp. Shelf no. 3580.
Organization of Communist Workers (Marxist-Leninist) The Movement for the Party. 1976, 245pp. Shelf no. 3583.
Outline for Club Discussions based on “For Communist Vigilance” by Gil Green. N.p., n.p., n.d., 3pp, Shelf no. 3248
Sithole, Ndabaningi.  In Defence of Birthright. Toronto: Norman Bethune Institute, 1975, 79pp. Shelf no. 3579.
Spector, Maurice.  Selected Readings in Marxism. Toronto: n.p., 1932, 99pp. Shelf no. 3258.
Stephen, A.M.  Marxism: the Basis for the New Social Order. Vancouver, B.C Clarion, 1933, 16pp. Shelf no. 3571.
Toronto Student Movement.  The Student Movement and Class Politics. Toronto: n.d., 10pp. Shelf no. 3596.
Wallace, Bronwen.  The Exploitation of Experience. Toronto: Hogtown Press, n.d., 9pp. Shelf no. 3572.
Worker-Student Alliance, University of Toronto. Women’s Liberation and Class Politics. Toronto: University of Toronto Worker-Student Alliance, 1964, 8pp. Shelf no. 3597.

MEDICAL CARE
The Little Blue Books, Home Series, #14.  How To Avoid Accidents and Give First Aid. Issued by Department of Health, Ottawa. Ottawa: 1921, 16pp.  Shelf no. 3712.

MEDICINE
Bethune, Norman.  The Wounds. Guelph: Alive Press, n.d., 35pp. Shelf no. 3595.
Blois, Doctuer Charles N. de.  La Neurasthenie et Son Traitement. Quebec: Congres de l’Association des Medecins de Langue de l’Amerique du Nord. 1902, 19pp. Shelf no. 3326.
Health Insurance for Canada.  Toronto: Canadian Pharmaceutical Manufacturers’ Association.  1943, 24pp. Shelf no. 3329.
Gauvreau, Joseph.  Un comite de redaction en bottes. Montreal: Union Medicate du Canada, 1921, 15pp. Shelf no. 4017.
Hoadley, George.  What’s Cookin’? A Witch’s Brew or a National Tonic? The Nation’s Health Is the Concern of All W.E.A Research Bulletin, Nov 11.  Toronto: Workers’ Educational Association, n.d. 12p. Shelf no. 3177.

Ontario Provincial Board of Health.  Cholera circular ... Advice to the public for the restriction and prevention of Asiatic cholera. Toronto: Warwick & Sons, 1893, 8pp. Shelf no. 3000.
Pictures that Make You Pause. Toronto: The Muskoka Free Hospital for Consumptions, n.d., 12pp. Shelf no. 3282.
Riddell William Renwick. Popular Medicine in Upper Canada a Century Ago, Reprint. Toronto: Reprinted from the Ontario Historical Society’s “Papers and Records”, Volume XXV, 1929, 8pp. Shelf no. 3209.
Societe Canadienne de la Croix-Rouge Hygine-Soins A Domicile – Cas D’Urgence. Montreal: La Societe Canadienne de la Croix-Rouge. Division de la Province de Quebec, 1939, 192pp. Shelf no. 3078.
Taché, J.C.  Mémoire sur le cholera. Ottawa, 1866, 52pp. Shelf no. 4000.

MEETINGS
National Conference of Canadian Universities on Post-War Problems Report. Adopted at the meeting held at McMaster University, Hamilton Ont. June 13th, 1944.  Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1944, 72pp. Shelf no. 4054.
Ontario Diocese.  Proceedings of the Conference of the Clergy ... Bishop’s Chapel, Ottawa October22, 23, 24, 25, 1872. Ottawa: A.S. Woodburn, 1872, Shelf no. 2948.

MENTAL HYGIENE
Canadian Mental Health Association. A guide for family and group radio listening: “In Search of Ourselves”. Toronto: Canadian Mental Health Assoc. 1951, 14pp. Shelf no. 3798.

METHODIST CHURCH IN CANADA
Centenary Methodist Church, Hamilton.  Anniversary service, Sunday, September 23rd, 1906. N.p., 1906, 4pp. Shelf no. 3723.
Concerning the Epworth League. N.p., n.d., 12pp. Shelf no. 4038.
Methodist Church.  General Conference of the Methodist Church Assembled at the Metropolitan Church, Toronto, September 1, 1886.  Toronto: n.p., 1886, 38pp. Shelf no. 3675.
Methodist Church (Canada) Twenty-second Annual Session, Bay of Quinte Conference, A Souvenir, Picton Ontario, 1905.  Picton: The Methodist Church, 1905, 40pp. Shelf no. 3043.
Methodist Church (Canada).  Report of Proceedings at an Open Conference of Primitive Methodists, April 14th and 15th, 1875 .... Toronto. Toronto: Dudley & Burns, 1875, 97pp. Shelf no. 4016.
Methodist Church. Dept. of Finance.  How to Tithe and Why. Toronto: Methodist Church, n.d., 24pp. Shelf no. 4012.

Methodist Church of Canada. Catechism. Toronto: Methodist Book Room, 1897, 40pp. Shelf no. 3982.
“Thy Kingdom Come” in the land of the Maple.  Toronto: Literature Dept., M.S.C.C. Women’s Auxiliary, n.d., 16pp. Shelf no. 3976.
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the Fiftieth Annual Conference ... held in the City of London, June 4 – 18th, 1873. Toronto: Wesleyan Book Room, 1873, 216pp. Shelf no. 3547.
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada. Minutes of the fifty-first annual conference ... held in the City of Hamilton, June 3-11th, 1874.  Toronto: Wesleyan Book Room, 1874, 194pp. Shelf no. 3548.
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the forty-fifth annual conference ... begun in the city of Kingston June 3-11th, 1868. Toronto: Samuel Rose, 1868, 144pp. Shelf no. 3543.

The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada. Minutes of several conversations between the ministers at their forty-first annual conference begun in the city of Toronto June 1-10th, 1864.  Toronto: Anson, Green, 1864, 120pp. Shelf no. 3539.
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the forty-fourth annual conference... begun in the city of Hamilton, June 5-14th, 1867.  Toronto: Samuel Rose, 1867, 128pp. Shelf no. 3542.
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the forty-ninth annual conference .... held in the City of Montreal, June 5 – 14th, 1872.  Toronto: Wesleyan Book Room, 1872, 184pp. Shelf no. 3546.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada. Minutes of Several Conversations between the Ministers... at their forty-second annual conference begun in the city of London June 7-16th, 1865. Toronto: Samuel Rose, 1865, 120pp. Shelf no. 3540.
Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the forty-seventh annual conference ... held in the City of Toronto, June 1-10th, 1870.  Toronto: Wesleyan Book Room, 1870, 135pp. Shelf no. 3545.

Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the forty-sixth annual conference begun in the City of Toronto, June 2 – 11th, 1869.  Toronto: Wesleyan Book room, 1869, 153 pp. Shelf no. 3544.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of the several conversations between the ministers ... at their forty-third annual conference begun in the city of Montreal, June 6-15th, 1866.  Toronto: Samuel Rose, 1866, 116pp. Shelf no. 3541.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of several conversations between the ministers ... at their thirty eighth annual conference begun in the town of Brantford 6-14th June 1861.  Toronto: Anson Green, 1861, 116pp. Shelf no. 3537.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of Several Conversations between the ministers ... at the thirty fifth annual conference begun in their city of Montreal 2-11th June 1858.  Toronto: George r. Sanderson, 1858, 104pp. Shelf no. 3534.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of several conversations between the minsters .... at their thirty fourth annual conference begun in the city of Toronto, 3-13 June 1857. Toronto: George R. Sanderson, 1857, 95pp. Shelf no. 3533.

The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of several conversations between the ministers ... at their thirty-ninth annual conference begun in the town of Belleville 4-13 June 1862. Toronto: Anon Green, 1862, 126pp. Shelf no. 3538
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canad.  Minutes of Several Conversations between the ministers ... at their thirty second annual conference begun in the city of London, 6-14 June 1855. Toronto: George R. Sanderson, 1855, 72pp. Shelf no. 3532.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada. Minutes of Several Conversations between the ministers at their thirty seventh annual conference begun in the city of Kingston 6-15th, June 1860.  Toronto: Anson Green, 1860, 113, xvi pp. Shelf no. 3536.
The Wesleyan Methodist Church in Canada.  Minutes of several conversations between the ministers ... at their thirty sixth annual conference begun in the city of Hamilton 1-10th June 1859. Toronto: Anson Green, 1859, 110pp. Shelf no. 3535.
Wesleyan Methodist Church.  Rules and catalogue of books in the library of the Wesleyan Methodist Sabbath School, Richmond St.  Toronto: Wesleyan Book and Printing Establishment, 1863, 24pp. Shelf no. 3981.

MEXICO – HISTORY
Allaire, Maurice.  La Liason Française du Mexique.  N.p., Les Edition Ferland, 1956, 47pp. Shelf no. 3040.

MINORITIES – CANADA
Bourassa, Henri.  Ireland and Canada: An Address Delivered in Hamilton, Ont., March 1914. Montreal: Le Devoir, 1914, 15pp. Shelf no. 3632.
Committee Against Racism.  CAR News Vol 1., no. 2. Toronto: 1975, 10pp. Shelf no. 3459.
Let’s Take A Look At Prejudice.  Part 1: The Nature of Prejudice; group stereotypes; how we acquire prejudices. Issued by Fair Employment Practices Branch, Canada, Dept. of Labour. Citizenship Branch, Dept. of the Secretary of State, n.d., 6pp. Shelf no. 3901.
 Norman, Howard. What about the Japanese Canadians? Vancouver: Vancouver Consultative Council, 1945, 31pp. Shelf no. 3694.

MONEY
Angell, Norman.  Your money – plain facts in plain words. Reprinted from the Financial Post Toronto. Toronto: 1936, 44pp. Shelf no. 3751.

MONTCALM -GOZON, LOUIS JOSEPH DE, MARQUIS DE SAINT-VERAN
Historicus. Relation de la defense des retranchements sur la hauteur de Carillon, à environs six cents toises du fort, le 8 juillet 1758. Quebec: Aug. Cote et compagnie, 1844, 7pp. Shelf no. 3662.

MONTREAL – CHURCHES
Crescent Street Presbyterian Church, Montreal. Annual Reports, 1895.  Montreal: Morton, Phillips & Co., 1896, 40pp. Shelf no. 3553.
St. Paul’s Church, Montreal. Reports for the year ended 31 December 1896.  Montreal: Mitchell & Wilson, 1897, 42pp. Shelf no. 3554.

MONTREAL – ECONOMIC CONDITIONS – 1945
Le Conseil de Development Social.  Le Conseil de Development Social, aa Raison d’être et ses fonctions, 1972-73. Montreal: 1972, 21pp. Shelf no. 3438.
Conseil des Oeuvres de Montreal.  Operation: Renovation Sociale. Montreal: 1966, 224pp. Shelf no. 3429.

MONTREAL –  HOUSING
Comité de l’habitation du Montreal Metropolitan.  Dossier Concordia.  Montreal: 1972, 24pp.Shelf no. 3428.

MONTREAL, QUEBEC
Archambault, R.P. Sous la Menace Rouge. Montreal: L’Oeuvre Des Tracts, 1936, 15pp. Shelf no. 2940.
Canadian Transfer Co. Ltd.  For Tourists anticipating a sight-seeing trip about Montreal.  Montreal: Canadian Transfer Co. Ltd., n.d. 23pp. Shelf no. 3034.
Canadian Transfer Company.  Guide and Tour Book to Montreal. The Tourists Mecca. Montreal: Canadian Transfer Co. Limited. 1930, 36pp. Shelf no. 3044.
Hogue, Hiral and Gilles Hebert. Perspective ... edition special du journal “Sainte-Marie” organe des élèves du college Sainte-Marie.  Montreal: 1953, 140pp. Shelf no. 4066.
Montreal: City Improvement League.  For A Better Montreal. 1910, 55pp. Shelf no. 2922.
Une Ville Pour Nous. Ottawa: Rassamblement des Citoyens de Montreal, 1974, 46pp. Shelf no. 3391.

MONUMENTS
The dedication ceremony of the Nellie McClung Memorial Carin at Chatsworth June 8th, 1957. N.p., 1957, 4pp leaflet. Shelf no. 3936.

MUNICIPAL GOVERNMENT
Bourinot, John George.  Local Government in Canada, an Historical Study. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University, 1887, 72pp. Shelf no. 3296.
Freed, Norman (Alderman).  What’s Happening in Your City Hall? Toronto: n.p., n.d., 3pp. Shelf no. 3241.

MUSIC
Norman, Rev. Canon.  Hymnology: A Lecture ... under the auspices of the Art Association of Montreal, February 24th, 1885.  Montreal: Gazette Printing Company, 1885, 33pp. Shelf no. 3135.
Plunkett, M.W. Capt.  Come Back Old Pal, Reviens Petite Amie. Toronto: Leo Feist, Inc. 1923, 6pp. Shelf no. 3354.

NAPOLEON I, EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH
Scadding, Henry.  Two Napoleonic Relics. Toronto: 1895, 8pp. Shelf no. 3747.

NATIONALISM – CANADA
Bourassi, Henri.  Le Devoir et la Guerre, Le Conflit des Races; discours pronounce au banquet des amis du Devoir, le 12 Janvier 1916.  Montreal: Imprimerie du Devoir, 1916, 45pp. Shelf no. 3299.
Bryden, K., Walter Gordon, A. Rotstein, A.E. Safarian. Continentalism vs. Nationalism. Ontario Woodsworth Memorial Foundation; 1967, 29pp. Shelf no. 3450.
Conan, Laure.  Aux Canadiennes. La Cie d’Imprimerie Commerciale, Quebec. 1913, 35pp. Shelf no. 3925.
Courchesne George.  Nos légitimes aspirations. Montreal: Ligue de Ralliement Français en Amérique, 1920, 24pp. Shelf no. 3062.
Groulx, Lionel.  Notre Mystique Nationale. Discours le 23 Juin, 1939, lors du dîner de la fête Nationale, a l’Hôtel Windsor.  Montreal: Fête Nationale, 1939, 26pp. Shelf no. 3066.
Groulx, Lionel. Vers l’lndépendance politique, un centenaire des liberté.  Montreal: Les éditions de l’Action Nationale, [1942], 35pp. Shelf no. 3022.
Haliburton, R.G.  The Men of the North and Their Place in History. Montreal: John Lovell, 1869, 12pp. Shelf no. 3955.
Ramsay, R.A.  Treaties Affecting the Boundaries and the Fisheries of Canada. A Lecture.  Montreal: 1885. Shelf no. 3961.
Raymond, Maxime.  Politique en Ligne Droite. Montreal: 1943, 240pp. Shelf no. 3482.

NATIONALISM – QUEBEC
Association Canadienne des Éducateurs de Langue Française.  Symposium sur le Patriotisme ale Canada Français.  Québec: Les Editions ACELF, 1957, 102pp. Shelf no. 3050.
Comité d’Action Politique de St-Jacques.  Pour l’Organisation Politique des Travailleurs Québecois. Montreal: 1971, 64pp. Shelf no. 3442.
Federation des Travailleurs du Quebec.  Congres Regional.  Montreal, 1972, no continuous pagination. Shelf no. 3427.
Fekete, John.  The Struggle for Quebec.  Spokesman Pamphlet No 13.  Nottingham: The Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, 1971, 72pp. Shelf no. 3086.
Groulx, Lionel.  Crise de Fidélité  française?  Montreal: L’Oeuvre des Tracts, 1952, 16pp. Shelf no. 3085.
Groulx, Lionel.  Vers l’Indépendance politique, Un centenaire de liberté.  Montreal: Les editions de l’Action Nationale, 1942, 35pp. Shelf no. 3022.
Ligue des Jeunes Socialistes.  Coup d’Oeil Sur La Ligue des Jeunes Socialistes.  Montreal: Editions d’Avant Garde, 1971, 42pp. Shelf no. 3587.

Le Parti Des Travailleurs Du Quebec. Manifeste Independance et Socialisme. Montreal: n.d., 1972, 26pp. Shelf no. 3420.
Parti Québecois.  Notre Choix c’est le Quebec! Et Vous? Le ‘Coup’ du Fédéralisme. Montreal: Les Éditions du Parti Québecois, 1974, 31pp. Shelf no. 3089.
Parti Québecois.  Le Parti Québecois en Bref Le Citoynel. Montreal: Les Éditions du Parti Québecois, n.d., 32pp. Shelf no. 3092.
Parti Québecois.  Qui Contrôle L’Economie du Québec? Le Citoyen .3.  Montreal: Les Éditions du Parti Québecois, n.d., 47pp. Shelf no. 3090.
Parti Québecois.  Qui Finance Le Parti Québecois? Le Citoyen 4. Montreal: Les Éditions du Parti Québecois, n.d., 47pp. Shelf no. 3091.

NATIVE PEOPLES OF CANADA
Fidler, Diek.  Red Power in Canada.  Vanguard Publications, Toronto, 1970, 15pp. Shelf no. 3492.
Pelletier, Wilfred.  Two Articles. Neewin Publishing Co., Toronto, n.d., early 1970s, 32pp. Shelf no. 3491.
Rochdale College. Rochdale College Institute for Indian Studies. N.p., n.d., 4pp. Shelf no. 3660.
Sawyer, Alden.  The Native Community in Alberta.  Cross Canada Socialist Educational Conference; Waterloo, 1971, 36pp. Shelf no. 3493.

NATURAL HISTORY
Bell, Robert.  Observations on the Geology, Zoology and Botany of Hudson’s Strait and Bay, Made in 1885.  Montreal: Dawson Brothers 1885, 27pp. Shelf no. 2994.
Spencer, J.W. An Ancient River, Did Lake Erie Ever Discharge its Waters Through Dundas Valley? Hamilton: Hamilton Association, 1881, 8pp. Shelf no. 2931.

NAVAL HISTORY
Navy League of Canada.  Daring Strategy and Courage. Toronto: Navy League of Canada, 1941, 32pp. Shelf no. 3658.

NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF CANADA
Morton, Desmond.  Are Your Fed Up About Taxes? New Democratic Party: Ottawa, 1969, 12pp. Shelf no. 3475.
National Committee for the New Party. The New Party: Draft Program. Ottawa: 1961, 30pp. Shelf no. 3479.
National Committee of the New Party. Study Paper on Constitution of the Proposed New Political Party for Canada. Ottawa: 1960, 14pp. Shelf no. 3471.
New Democratic Party. A Guide for Poll Captains. Ottawa & Toronto: n.d. 1960s?, 14pp. Shelf no. 3476.
New Democratic Party. People Matter More. Ottawa: 1974, 29pp. Shelf no. 3463.
New Democratic Party. N.D.P – A Guide to the New Democratic Party. Ottawa & Toronto: 1970, 14pp. Shelf no. 3473.
New Democratic Party (Ontario).  Resolutions, 5th Biennial Convention, October 2-4, 1970.  Toronto: 1970, 99pp. Shelf no. 4026.

NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF ONTARIO
New Democratic Party of Ontario.  Constitution and Resolutions. Thistle Printing, Don Mills, 1969, 21pp. Shelf no. 3444.
New Democratic Party of Ontario.  The Financial Crisis in the Catholic High Schools. Toronto: 1969, 16pp. Shelf no. 3477.
New Democratic Party of Ontario. A New Ontario. Toronto: 1971, 29pp. Shelf no. 3472.
New Democratic Party.  Program for Ontario. Toronto: 1967, 77pp. Shelf no. 3478.
 
NEW DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF ONTARIO – TORONTO
New Democratic Party. Municipal Programme. Toronto: 1969, 46pp. Shelf no. 3474.

NEWFOUNDLAND – HISTORY
White, Brian J. Turmoil in the Woods. Grand Falls: Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company Ltd., 1959, 31pp. Shelf no. 3645.

NIAGARA-ON-THE-LAKE, ONTARIO
St. Andrew’s Church Niagara.  Catalogue of the Congregational Library of… Niagara: Gleaner Press, 1823, 16pp. Shelf no. 2999.

NORTH AMERICAN CONGRESS ON LATIN AMERICA
North American Congress on Latin America.  Argentina. New York and Berkeley, 1975, 105pp. Shelf no. 2910.
North American Congress on Latin America.  NACLA Handbook: The U.S. Military Apparatus. New York and Berkeley, 1972, 105pp. Shelf no. 2908.
North American Congress on Latin America.  NACLA’s Bibliography on Latin America. New York and Berkeley, 1973, 48pp. Shelf no. 2906.
North American Congress on Latin America.  NACLA Research Methodology Guide. New York and Berkeley, 1970, 72pp. Shelf no. 2907.
North American Congress on Latin America. Yanqui dollar. New York and Berkeley, 1971, 64pp. Shelf no. 2909.

NORTHWEST, CANADIAN
Sage, Walter N. Sir Alexander Mackenzie and his Influence on the History of the North West. Bulletin of the Department of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, no 43. Kingston, 1922, 18pp. Shelf no. 3726.

ONTARIO – CHURCH HISTORY
Niagara Diocese. The History of the Diocese of Niagara to 1950 A.D Hamilton: 1950, 102pp. Shelf no. 2991.
Ontario Sabbath School Missionary Union. Second Report of the … presented at the Annual Meeting Toronto, 1871. Toronto: Copp, Clarke & Co. Printers: 1871, 24pp. Shelf no. 2978.
Ontario Sabbath School Missionary Union. 3rd Annual Report of … Shaftesbury Hall, Toronto May 16, 1873. Toronto: Copp, Clarke & Co. 1873, 16pp. Shelf no. 2980.
Sabbath School Association of Ontario. Our Sunday Schools … Proceedings of the 26th Provincial Convention … Ottawa … 1891. Toronto, William Briggs, 1892, 192pp. Shelf no. 2976.
Sabbath School Association of Canada. Proceedings of the 19th and 20th Provincial conventions … Brockville … 1884 … Stratford … 1885. Toronto: William Briggs, 1886, 278pp. Shelf no. 2974.
Sabbath School Association of Ontario Teaching and Training … Proceedings of the 21st Provincial Convention … Hamilton … 1886.  Toronto: William Briggs, 1887, 206pp. Shelf no. 2975.
Sabbath School Association of Ontario.  Theory and Practice … Proceedings of the 29th Provincial Convention, Belleville, 1894.  Toronto, William Briggs, 1895, 186pp. Shelf no. 2977.
Taylor, Alfred.  Sayings and Doings of the Toronto Sabbath School Workers in Institute Assembled: December 5-9, 1871. Toronto: Toronto Sabbath School Assoc., 1871, 115pp. Shelf no. 2971.
Toronto (Diocese). The Salaries of the Clergy; An Article from the Church Review for July 1857. Toronto: Henry Rowsell Church Depositing 1858, 31pp. Shelf no. 3222.

ONTARIO – DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL
Scadding, Henry. First Gazetteer of Upper Canada, with annotations by Henry Scadding. Toronto: Copp, Clark, 1876, 23pp. Shelf no. 3984.
The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Pioneer Village, Black Creek and Conservation Area.  Toronto: The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (n.d.) folder.  Shelf no. 3045.
Ontario Dept of Agriculture and Public Works.  Emigration to Canada, the Province of Ontario, its soil, climate, resources, institutions…. Toronto: Hunter, Rose & Co. 1871, 41pp. Shelf no. 2996.
Ontario Department of Education.  Handbook for the Newcomer to Ontario. Toronto: Ontario Department of Education (n.d.) 16pp. Shelf no. 3046.

ONTARIO – ECONOMIC CONDITIONS – 1918-1945
Guelph Conference of the Conservation of the Natural Resources of Ontario.  Conservation and Post-War Rehabilitation. Guelph: n.p., 1942, 15pp. Shelf no. 3680.

ONTARIO – ECONOMIC CONDITIONS – 1945-
Labor-Progressive Party.  Milk: What You Must Make Drew Do! Toronto: Ontario Committee, Labor Progressive Party: 1946, 8pp. Shelf no. 3166.

ONTARIO – HISTORY
Riddell, William Renwick. Popular Medicine in Upper Canada a Century Ago.  Toronto: Reprinted from the Ontario Historical Society’s Papers and Records Volume XXV, 1929, 8pp. Shelf no. 3209.

ONTARIO – LIQUOR CONTROL BOARD
Frost, Leslie M., Collins, William H., Yaremko, John. Liquor Advertising, Press Release. N.p., n.d., 15pp. Shelf no. 3718.

ONTARIO – POLITICS AND GOVERNMEENT – TO 1867.
Scadding, Henry. Centennial of Upper Canada, now the Province of Ontario: the hundredth anniversary of the establishment of the representative system, July 16, 1792.  Toronto, 1892, 10pp. Shelf no. 3889.

ONTARIO – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1905-1919.
Mabee, C.R. Progress or Whitneyism: Which? Compiled and Published by a Conservative. Toronto: C.R., Mabee, 1901, 96pp. Shelf no. 3221.
The Ontario Election Act.  … 1918 and Amendments and the Temperance Referendum Act, 1919. Toronto: A.T. Wilgress, 1919, 151pp. Shelf no. 3014.
Morris, Leslie. Forward Ontario Unity for Victory Peace and Prosperity.  Toronto: Ontario Committee of the Labor-Progressive Party, 1944, 20pp. Shelf no. 3119.
Morris, Leslie.  The People vs. Premier Drew, An Argument for a Coalition Government. Toronto: Ontario Committee, Labor-Progressive Party, n.d., 8pp. Shelf no. 3189.
Smith, Stewart.  Jobs and Security, the Main Issue of the Day. Toronto: New Era Publishers, Ltd. 1938, 15pp. Shelf no. 3165.

ONTARIO – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1923-1943
J.S. The Story of the Trial of the Eight Communist Leaders, November 2 to November 13, 1931.  Toronto: Canadian Labor Defense League, 1931, 29pp. Shelf no. 3419.
Smith, Alderman Stewart.  Hepburn’s Betrayal…What Now? Toronto: Provincial Committee Communist Party, 1937, 32pp. Shelf no. 3405.
Smith, Alderman Stewart.  A Reply to George McCullagh. Toronto: New Era Publishers, n.d., 1936?, 23pp. Shelf no. 3413.
Spence, Ben H.  An Open Letter to the Honourable George A. Henry.  Toronto: 1932, 4pp. Shelf no. 3998.

ONTARIO – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1943.
Co-operative Commonwealth Federation (Ontario Section) Ontario at the Cross Roads.  Toronto Co-operative Commonwealth Federation. Ontario Section , [1940s,] 7pp. Shelf no. 3796.
New Democratic Party.  Program for Ontario.  Toronto: 1967, 77pp. Shelf no. 3478.
New Democratic Party of Ontario.  A New Ontario.  Toronto: 1971, 29pp. Shelf no. 3472.

ONTARIO – REBELLION, 1837-38.
Mackenzie, William Lyon. Rebellion of 1837 Excerpts From … Constitution for Upper Canada. N.p., n,p., n.d., 2pp. Shelf no. 3252.

ONTARIO – SCHOOLS
Orange Association.  Statement of the Orange Association on the Report of the Royal Commission on Education in Ontario. Toronto: Brittania Printers, 1946, 13pp. Shelf no. 3627.

OWEN SOUND, ONTARIO – CHURCHES
Knox Church, Owen Sound.  Annual Report for the Year ending December 31, 1892. Owen Sound: Jno. Rutherford’s Sons, 1893, 40pp. Shelf no. 3556.

PAINTING, CANADIAN
Fairley, Barker.  Art – Canadians for the Use of Canadian Affairs, December 1944.  Ottawa: Wartime Information Board. 1944, 19pp. Shelf no. 3154.

PARRY SOUND, ONTARIO
McMurray, Thomas.  The free grant lands of Canada: from practical experience of bush farming in the free grant districts of Muskoka and Parry Sound. Covers missing, Bracebridge, Ont., 1871, 148pp. Shelf no. 3910.

PASTORAL LETTERS
Charbonneau, Joseph.  Catholic Action, Series: Apostolate Library 1.  Montreal: Fides, 1943, 69pp. Shelf no. 3342.

PEACE
Pouderoux, General Georges. War is Not Inevitable! Toronto: Canadian League Against War and Fascism, 1936, 17pp. Shelf no. 3409.
Canadian Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. What you have done for CCND? (includes pamphlet “Our Generation Against Nuclear War” an international quarterly journal.) N.p., n.d., 8pp. Shelf no. 3719.

PEACE MOVEMENTS
League of Nations Society in Canada.  Model Assemblies.  Ottawa: League of Nations Society, n.d., 32pp. Shelf no. 4043.
Thomas, Ernest.  The Quest for Peace. New and Enlarged Edition. Toronto: United Church of Canada, n.d., 36pp. Shelf no. 4061.
Voice of Women / Voix des Femmes.  Submission to members of Parliament Government of Canada.  Toronto: Voice of Women, 1972, 9pp. Shelf no. 3970.

POLITICAL PARTIES
Hugh, Edwin E.H. Proposed Canadian Amo Party, based on the Amo Formula. Toronto: 1964, 31pp. Shelf no. 3721.

POLITICAL PARTIES – HISTORY
Anti-Imperialist Front.  First of July Conference, June 28-29. London, Ont.: Anti-Imperialist Front. N.d., 10pp. Shelf no. 3247.
Buhay, Becky.  The Fight for the Party, Educational Outline. N.p: The National Education Department Labor-Progressive Party, 1948, 6pp. Shelf no. 3279.
Cahon, Jacqueline F. A Survey of the Political Activities of the Ontario Labour Movement, 1850-1935. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1945, 102pp. Shelf no. 3201.
Deville, Gabriel.  Socialism Revolution and Internationalism: Dominion Executive Committee Socialist Party of Canada. N.p., 63pp. Shelf no. 3328.
Kates, Ben.  Social Reform in Canada. N.p., n.d., 3pp. Shelf no. 3271.
Labor-Progressive Party.  Constitution of the … as amended at Third National Convention February 4-8, 1949. N.p.: Labor-Progressive Party, 1949, 31pp. Shelf no. 3242.
Labor-Progressive Party. Draft Resolutions for the … Convention, L.P.P to be held April 14, 15, 16, 1950.  N.p.: Labor Progressive Party, 1950, 22pp. Shelf no. 3240.
Labor-Progressive Party. Preliminary Draft of a Statement of Aims and Principals, 2nd National Convention … June, 1946. N.p., Labor Progressive Party, 1946, 20pp. Shelf no. 3267.

POLITICAL POETRY
Neruda, Pablo. Let the Rail Splitter Awake. Toronto: Ryerson Club L.P.P. [1940] 24p. Shelf no. 3608
Labour Songs. Independent Labour Party Forum Committee. [n.d.]. 4p. Shelf no. 2860
 
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN CANADA
Brampton Presbyterian Church. Historical Sketch Prepared for the Jubilee of the Erection of the Present Building, 1880-1930. [n.p.] Banner and Times Printing [1930]. 12p. Shelf no. 3687
Caven Church, Bolton, Ontario. The Jubilee Souvenir. [n.p.] [n.p.] [1925]. 17p. Shelf no. 3659
Crescent Street Presbyterian Church, Montreal. Annual Reports, 1895. Montreal: Morton, Phillips & Co., 1896. 40p. Shelf no. 3553
Knox Church, Owen Sound. Annual Report for the Year Ending December 31 1892. Owen Sound: Jno. Rutherford’s Sons, 1893. 40p. Shelf no. 3556
St. Paul’s Church, Montreal. Report for the Year Ending 31 December 1896. Montreak: Mitchell & Wilson, 1897. 42p. Shelf no. 3554
The First Presbyterian Church, Port Hope, Ontario.  Annual Report for the Year ending December 31 1895. Port Hope: W. Williamson. [1896] 19p. Shelf no. 3555
Presbyterian Church, Board of Sabbath Schools. Among the Bhils. [n.p.] Presbyterian Church in Canada. [n.d.]. 30p. Shelf no. 3224
Grant, W.L. Address by...before the Private Bills Committee of the House of Commons, March 16, 1882 with reference to the Temporalities Fund Bill. Ottawa: Daily Semi-Weekly Citizen, 1882. 30p. Shelf no. 3005 .

Presbyterian Church in Canada. Minutes of the Synod of the...at its Sessions at Toronto June, 1854. Toronto: James Cleland, 1854. 31p. Shelf no. 3018
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of the...at its Session at London C.W. June 1856. Toronto: J. Cleland, 1856. 48p. Shelf no. 3019
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of the...at its Session at Hamilton. June 1858. Toronto: Cleland’s Book and Job Printing House, 1858. 58p. Shelf no. 3020
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Montreal...June1875, Toronto...May 1876 and May 1877. Orillia: The Times & Expositor Book and Job Office, 1878. 71p. Shelf no. 2987
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Guelph...May 1879. Orillia: The Times & Expositor Book and Job Office. 1879. 32p.  Shelf no. 2988
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Held in Bowmanville...May 1881. Orillia: The Times & Expositor Book and Job Office. 1881. 36p.  Shelf no. 2981

Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Guelph May 1883.Orillia: The Times & Expositor Book and Job Office. 1883. 42p.  Shelf no. 2982
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Belleville...1884. Orillia: The Times Steam Printing House. 1884. 44p.  Shelf no. 2983
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Cobourg...May 1885. Orillia: The Times Steam Printing House. 1885. 48p.  Shelf no. 2984
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Galt...May 1886. Orillia: The Times Steam Printing House. 1886. 48p.  Shelf no. 2985
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Held at Brampton...May 1887. Orillia: The Times Steam Printing House. 1887. 51p.  Shelf no. 2986
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Minutes of the Synod of Toronto & Kingston of the...Peterborough...May 1892. Toronto: Canada Presbyterian Office. 1892. 62p.  Shelf no. 2989
Presbyterian Church in Canada. The Home and Foreign Record, November 1863. Toronto: Canada Observer Office, 1863. 34p. Shelf no. 3686

PRICES
Ward, Bob. Food for Thought: A Study of Skyrocketing Food Prices. Don Mills: Ontario Federation of Labour, 1973. 51p. Shelf no. 3490

PRINTING – HISTORY
Armstrong, Robert T. Current Events: A History of Duncan Lithographing Company Limited. Photocopy. Hamilton: Duncan Lithographing Company Limited. [n.d.] 27p. Shelf no. 2932

PROHIBITION
Farewell, A. & G.P. Ure.  The Maine Law Illustrated. Toronto: Canadian Prohibitory Law League, 1855. 94p. Shelf no. 3626
Galt Business Men Against Local Option. Temperance broadside. 1915. 1p. Shelf no. 3618   
Howe, Hon. Joseph and Golden Smith. In Opposition to Prohibition and Coercion. Toronto, 1898. 19p. Shelf no. 3625
The Insanity Rate in Prohibition Territory. [Temperance Broadside]. 1912?. 2p. Shelf no. 3615
Local Option a Failure in Collingwood. [Temperance Broadside]. 1915. 1p. Shelf no. 3617
Low, George J., Rector.  The First Miracle of Christ and Prohibition. Toronto: C. Blackett Robinson, 1886. 14p. Shelf no. 3614

McKay, Rev. W.A.  An Appeal for the Scott Act. Woodstock, Ontario, 1886. 32p. Shelf no. 3624
Niles, John Jacob.  Hinky Dinky Barley Brew; A Cry from the Heart. New York: Old Grist Mill Press, 1932. 32p. Shelf no. 3565
Smith, Goldwin. Temperance versus Prohibition. Toronto: C. Blackett Robinson, 1885. 36p. Shelf no. 3613
Issued by the Personal Liberty League of Ontario. A Typical Prohibition Exaggeration. Temperance Broadside, 1914. 2p. Shelf no. 3616
Wallace, Rev. R. The Scott Act and Prohibition; The Hope of Canada. Toronto: William Briggs, 1885. 32p. Shelf no. 3620

PROPAGANDA, INTERNATIONAL
Carr, E.H.  Propaganda in International Politics.  Oxford: Claredon Press, 1939. 20p. Shelf no. 3563

PUBLIC WELFARE
Devine, William. The Exiles Within.  Toronto: The Toronto VE Retirees Union, 1976. 56p. Shelf no. 3099
Canadian Welfare Council.  The Relief Outlook in Canada; Winter 1937-1938. “Swing High, Swing Low” in 1938? Ottawa: Canadian Welfare Council, 1938. 15p. Shelf no. 3290
L’École Sociale Populaire. L’Apprentissage. Montreal: L’École Sociale Populaire. [n.d.]. 32p. Shelf no. 3292
Hoffner, Claire. Allocations Familiales. Leur généralisation en Belgique, en France et en Italie. Montreal: L’École Sociale Populaire, 1936. 32p. Shelf no. 3115
Lebel, Léon S.J. Le Problème de la famille nombreuse sa solution les allocation familiales. Montreal: Le Devoir, 1928. 31p. Shelf no. 3038

Levesque, George-Henri. Sérvice Social et Charité. Quebec: Cahiers de Faculté des Sciences Sociales de l’Université Laval, 1944. 24p. Shelf no. 3116
Morgan, John S. The Abolition of Poverty: Two Proposals.  Toronto: Ontario Woodsworth Memorial Foundation, 1966. 16p. Shelf no. 3096
Société Canadienne de la Croix-Rouge. Hygiene-Soins A Domicile-Cas D’Urgence.  Montreal:  Société Canadienne de la Croix-Rouge Division de la Province de Quebec, 1939. [172p]. Shelf no. 3078

QUEBEC (PROV.) – CHURCH HISTORY – 1867-1900
Annuaire de Ville-Marie suivi de recherché archéologiques et statistiques sur les institutions Catholiques du Canada. Tome premier. Histoire de la Paroisse de Boucherville. Montreal: J. Chapleau et fils, 1878. Shelf no. 3993
Bengough, Thomas. An Old Answer to a New Riddle and Ten Striking Facts. [Montreal:] [Grande Ligne Mission][n.d.] 7p. Shelf no. 3009
Buies, Arthur. Au Portique de Lauentides Une Paroisse Moderne Le Curé Labelle. Quebec: Imprimé par C. Parveau, 1891. 96p. Shelf no. 3052
Strafford, [Reverend Father]. The 12th of July, address...on the disturbances in Montreal. Montreal: 1877. 14p. Shelf no. 4068

QUEBEC (PROV.) – CHURCH HISTORY – 1900-
Hoyois, Giovanni. Église et vie rurale selon les enseignements pontificaux. October, 1949. Montreal: École Sociale Populaire, 1949. 31pp. Shelf no. 4067
Institut Social Populaire. Le Pape at le congestion autour del’allocution du 3 juin 1950. Montreal: Institut Social Populaire, 1951. 32p. Shelf no. 3236

QUEBEC (PROV.) – DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL
Giguère, André. Un Reportage Sur La Distribution de la Richesse au Québec. Montreal: McGill University Free Press, 1970. 8p. Shelf no. 3205
Le Saguenay at la Lac St. Jean. ...Ressources et Avantages qu’ils offrent aux Colons et aux Capitalistes. Ottawa: Imprimé par Ordre du Départ. de l’Agriculture, 1879. 54p. Shelf no. 3007

QUEBEC (PROV.) – ECONOMIC CONDITIONS – 1919-
Anàs, Richard. Capitalism Synicalisme et Organisation Professionnelle. Montreal: Institut Social Populaire, 1853. [32p]. Shelf no. 3198
Asselin, Olivar. L’Industrie dans l’économie du Canada français. En oppendice L’Achat Chez Nous. Montreal: L’École Sociale Populaire, 1938. 32p. Shelf no. 3114
Bouvier, R.P. Émile. L’Organisation corporative est elle realisable au Quebec? Montreal: Institut Social Populaire, 1953. 32p. Shelf no. 3160
Giguère, Andre. Un Reportage sur la Distribution de la Richesse au Quebec. Montreal: McGill University Free Press, 1970. 8p. Shelf no. 3205
Les boss du Quebec. Les companies de finance. Montreal: Éditions Québécoises, n.d. 90p. Shelf no. 4070

QUEBEC (PROV) -- HISTORY
Groulx, Lionel. La France D’Outre-Mer. Paris: Labrairie de L’action Française, 1922. 34p. Shelf no. 3033
Groulx, Lionel. L’Histoire de Canada français son enseignement. Montreal: Fondation Lionel Groulx, 1961. 8p. Shelf no. 3031
Groulx, Lionel. Quélques causes de nos insuffisances. Montreal: [n.p.] [1930] 15p. Shelf no. 3025
Howes, Helen C. Inside Quebec. Toronto: Fellowship for a Christian Social Order, 1942. 26p. Shelf no. 3125

QUEBEC (PROV.) – HISTORY – ANTONOMY AND INDEPENDENCE MOVEMENTS
Fédération des Sociétés Saint-Jean-Baptiste du Quebec. Quebec: 1970. 32p. Shelf no. 3036
Gauthier, Pierre. Pierre Gauthier dénonce “Les Deux-Cents” de Toronto. Montreal: Le Bloc Populaire Canadian, n.d. 6p. Shelf no. 4018
Maheux, AbbeéArthur. Canadian Unity. What keeps us apart? Quebec: 1944. 17p. Shelf no. 4020

QUEBEC (PROV.) – HISTORY – TO 1791
Carnavon, Lord. Representations de la Minorité Parlementaire du bas-Canada...Secrataire des Colonies au sujet de la Confederation Projetée des Provinces de L’Amerique Britannique du Nord. Montreal: Imprimerie du Journal Les Pay, 1866. 11p. Shelf no. 3016
Coté, L.P. L’Esclavges au royaume du Saquenay.Notre-Dame-du-Lac, 20 September 1926. 22p. Shelf no. 3933
Dussault, Clement T. Le Seigneurie Bélair de la Pointe-Aux-Ecureuils. (texts, no. 5). Quebec: Societé Historique de Quebec, 1973. 27p. Shelf no. 3220

QUEBEC (PROV.) – LABOUR
Les boss du Quebec. 2. Les tigres de carton. Montreal: Éditions Québécoises, n.d. 96p. Shelf no. 4071
C.S.N. Pour Notre Sante-Securité Revendiquons l’Elimination du Danger à la Source. Montreal: [1979?] 23p. Shelf no. 3437
Centrale des Syndiactes Démocratiques, La CSD. Quebec: Centrale des Syndiactes Démocratiques, 1972. 24p. Shelf no. 3080
Comité d’Action Politique de St-Jacques. Pour l’Organization Politique des Travailleurs Québecois.  Montreal: 1971. 64p. Shelf no. 3442
Conseil Ouvrier du Transport. Manifeste Pour Une Politique Ouvrière du Transport à Montreal. Montreal: 1972. 10p. Shelf no. 3436
Favreau, Louis. Les travailleurs face au pouvoir.  Montreal: Centre de Formation Populaire, 1972. 168p. Shelf no. 4078

Federation des Chauffeurs de taxi Quebec. Ententes et Support entre la Federation des Travailleurs du Quebec (F.T.Q.) et la Federation des Chauffeurs de Taxi Quebec (F.C.T.Q.). Montreal: 1967. 8p. Shelf no. 3435
Federation des Travailleurs du Quebec. Congrès Regional. Montreal. 1972. No continuous pagination. Shelf no. 3427
Le Local Populaire du Sud Ouest de Montreal. Bill C-125. La Dernière des Velleités d’un Gouvernment qui se Meurt. [Montreal] [n.d.-post 1971] 21p. Shelf no. 3440
Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. Un Autre Pas vers la: Regie du Taxi. Montreal: [n.d.] 12p. Shelf no. 3434
Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. 4316 Taxi Demandes.  Montreal: [1968], [2p]. Shelf no. 3433
Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. L’Industrie du Taxi à Montreal. Montreal: 1968. 43p. Shelf no. 3441

Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. Rapport de la Corporation de Montreal Metropolitan, Document I. Montreal: 1961. 10p. Shelf no. 3430
Le Parti Des Travailleurs du Quebec. Manifeste Independance et Socialisme.  Montreal: n.d [c.1972]. 26p. Shelf no. 3420
Petit, Gerard. Bonheur et Travail Questions Sociales. Montreal: Éditions Fides, 1943. 31p. Shelf no. 3001
Pour bien diriger son Syndicat. Quebec: Service d’education du Conseil General des Syndicats Catholique de Quebec, 1950. 76p. Shelf no. 3974
12,000 Chauffeurs de Taxi Peuvent-ils Avoir Tort? Montreal: [1968]. 4p. Shelf no. 3432

QUEBEC (PROV.) – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1867-1897
Le gouvernement Mercier devant les electeurs.  Un régime désastreaux. [n.p.] 1980. 58p. Shelf no. 3966

QUEBEC (PROV.) – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1897-1960
Que devons-nous attendre du Bloc? Conference de Paul Gouin...28 Avril 1943. Montreal: L’Union. 1943. 31p. Shelf no. 3975

QUEBEC (PROV.) – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT- – 1897-1936
Parti Communiste. Ce Que Veut Le Parti Communiste. Montreal: Association des Éditions Contemporaines, 1934. 88p. Shelf no. 3590
Quinn, H.F. The Bogey of Fascism in Quebec. Montreal: L’Oeuvre des Tracts, 1938. 16p. Shelf no. 3487

QUEBEC (PROV.) – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1936-1960
Labor-Progressive Party. Duplessis Must Go! Montreal: Labor-Progressive Party, [1959]. 18p. Shelf no. 3588
Raymond, Maxime. Maxime Raymond Dit Pourquoi il Lance Un Nouveau Mouvement Politique. Montreal: 1942. 12 p. Shelf no. 3456
Raymond, Maxime. Politique Agricole et Ouvriere du Bloc Populaire Canadien. Montreal: 1942. 12p. Shelf no. 3455
Raymond, Maxime. Programme Federal du Bloc. Montreal: 1943. 16p. Shelf no. 3453
Raymond, Maxime. Programme Federal du Bloc. Montreal: 1943. 15p. Shelf no. 3454

QUEBEC (PROV.) – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1960-
Gagnon, Henri. Negotations Sectorialle- Liberation ou Domestication? Montreal: le Comité de Bien-Être et d’Action Sociale, 1971. 64p. Shelf no. 3416
Gagnon, Henri. Sauver le Peuple et non le Regime Economique. Montreal: le Conseil du Travail de Montreal, n.d. 31p. Shelf no. 3393
Jasmin, Robert. Le Syndicalisme d’Affaires et Les Objectives d’Un Nouveau Syndicalisme. [Montreal]: Corporation des Enseignants du Quebec, 1971. 24p. Shelf no. 3397
Laberge, Louis. En Prison Pour Nous; Historique du Front Commun. Saint-Lambert, 1973. 44p. Shelf no. 3379
Laberge, Louis. Un Seul Front. Federation des Travailleurs du Quebec, 1971. 94p. Shelf no. 3383

Lemieux, Robert; Roge, Paul; Daignault, Nicole. Dossier sur les Prisonniers Politiques au Quebec. Deuxième édition. Ottawa: CIPP (Comité d’information sur les Prisonniers Politiques), 1976. 71p. Shelf no. 2970
Liberal Party (Quebec). Enfin! mâitres chez-nous. N.p., n.d. 12p. Shelf no. 4074
Mandel, Ernest. La Theorie Leniniste de l’Organization. Montreal: Le Groupe marxiste Revolutionnaire, Trupe Rouge, n.d. 47p. Shelf no. 3388
Mon Syndicat le “301” S.C.F.P.Montreal: Syndicat Canadien de la Fonction Publique, [1979]. 33p. Shelf no. 3389
Parti Québécois. Notre choix c’est le Québec! Et vous? Le “Coup” du fédéralisme. Montreal: Les éditions du Parti Québécois, [1974]. 31p. Shelf no. 3089
Parti Québécois. Le Parti Québécois en Bref. Le Citoyen. Montreal: Les éditions du Parti Québécois, [n.d.]. 32p. Shelf no. 3092

Parti Communiste du Québec.  Les Prochains. Montreal: Le Parti Communiste de Quebec. [n.d.] 14p. Shelf no. 3079
Parti Québécois. Qui controle l’économie du Quebec? Le Citoyen 3. Montreal: Les Éditions du Parti Québécois, [n.d.] 47p. Shelf no. 3090
Parti Québécois. Qui finance le Parti Québécois? Le Citoyen 3. Montreal: Les Editions du Parti Québécois, [n.d.] 47p. Shelf no. 3091
Le Pere Noel des Capitalistes Jeromiens. Saint-Jerome: Presses du Cirque, 1972. 56p. Shelf no. 3390
Pour Un Front Commun de Luttes: Unité et Democratie Ouvrière. Montreal: Le Groupe marxiste Revolutionnaire, n.d. 36p. Shelf no. 3392
Pour un parti de masse federe des travailleur. Montreal: Editions Nouvelle Frontiere, 1973. 14p. Shelf no. 3387
Walsh, Samuel J. L’Unité contre Repression. Montreal: Travailleur Benevole, 1971. 16p. Shelf no. 3404

QUEBEC (PROV.) – RELATIONS (ECONOMIC) WITH U.S.A.
Petit Resume du Capital. Montreal: [1971]. 98p. Shelf no. 3439

QUEBEC (PROV) – RELATIONS (GENERAL) WITH FRANCE
Banquet offert à MM. Thors de Molinari et de la Londe par les citoyens de Montreal...18 Novembre 1880. Montreal. La Patrie [1880] 31p. Shelf no. 3056
O’Leary, Dostaler. Jeunes du Quebec et France D’aujourd’hui. Montreal: Centre d’éditions Populaires, [1941] 16p. Shelf no. 3071

QUEBEC (PROV.) – SOCIAL POLICY
Le Conseil de Developpment Social. Le Conseil de Developpment Social, sa Raison d’Étre et ses Fonctions, 1972-73. Montreal: 1972. 21p. Shelf no. 3438

RACE DISCRIMINATION
Borovoy, Alan A. Human Rights and Racial Equality-The Tactics of Combat. Toronto: Ontario Woodsworth Memorial Foundations, [n.d.] 16p. Shelf no. 3095
Canadian Congress of Labour. Report of the National Committee for Racial Tolerance. Winnipeg: C.C.L., 1950. 10p. Shelf no. 3643
Canadian Council of Education for Citizenship. How do we shift gears from war to peace? Probing our prejudices. Toronto: Canadian Association for Adult Education, 1946. [folder] Shelf no. 3127
Committee Against Racism. CAR News Vol.1 No.2. Toronto: 1972. 10p. Shelf no. 3459
Committee on Jewish-Gentile Relationships. Facts and Fables about the Jews. Toronto: The Committee on Jewish-Gentile Relationships, [n.d.][12p] Shelf no. 3105

Jacobson, Eleanor M. Bended Elbow. Kenora, Ontario Talks Back. Part I. Kenora: Central Publications [n.d.] 68p. Shelf no. 2967   
Jacobson, Eleanor M. Bended Elbow. Kenora, Ontario Talks Back. Part II. Kenora: Central Publications [n.d.] 80p. Shelf no. 2968   
Sinclair, Lister. Race, ignorance and discrimination. Issued by Fair Employment Practices Branch, Canada Dept of Labour. [n.p.][n.d.]. 6p. Shelf no. 3903

RADIO ADDRESSES, DEBATES, ETC.
Biggar, Oliver Mowat. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 14 .Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 20, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3773
Birchall, Frederick. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 2. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC, July 28, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3759
Boothe, Clare. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 8. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Sept. 8, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3766
Boyer, Richard. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 16. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 3, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 3p. Shelf no. 3775
Breckinbridge, Henry. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 5. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 18, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 3p. Shelf no. 3763

Campbell, Gerald. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 15. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 27, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3774
Casgrain, Therese. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 22. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 15, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3770
Clark, Gregory. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 3. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 4, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3760
Dafoe, John W. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 13. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 13, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3772
Gardiner, James G. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 17. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 17, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3776

Godbout, Adelard. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 19. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 24, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3778
Griffin, Frederick. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 4b. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 11, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3762
Halton, Matthew. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 10. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Sept. 22, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3768
Hilton, James. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 9. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Sept. 15, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3767
Hunt, Lawrence. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 12. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 6, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3771

King, William Lyon Mackenzie. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 7. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...September 1, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3765
King, Mackenzie. Mackenzie King to the Canadian People, 1935. A reprint of the series of the radio broadcasts delivered by the Rt. Hon. Mackenzie King, Leader of the Liberal Party...[Ottawa]: [1935]. 56p. Shelf no. 3909
Let’s face the Facts. Brief biographies of all those who spoke over the national network of the CBC at the invitation of the Director of Public Information of Canada from July 21, 1940 to December 29, 1940. N.p. [1940]. [4p]. Shelf no. 3769
Munifold, Lewis. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 20. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 1, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3779
Philip, Percy J. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 21. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 8, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3780

Reed, Florence. Let’s Face the Facts, no. #4a. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 11, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3761
Sherwood, Robert E. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 6. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 25, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3764
Thompson, Dorothy. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 1. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...July 21, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3758
Van Loon, Hendrick Willem. Let’s Face the Facts, no.180. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 10, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3777
Woollcott, Alexander. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 24. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 29, 1940...n.p., [1940]. 4p. Shelf no. 3781

RAILROADS
Stuart, Charles B. Report on the Great Western Railway, Canada West. Hamilton: 1847. 47p + 2 maps. Shelf no. 4009
Tupper, Charles. Canadian Pacific Railway. Official Report of the Speech Delivered by...House of Commons, Session 1882. Ottawa: McLean, Rogert & Co, 1882. 56p. Shelf no. 2946
Tupper, C.; Langevin, H.L.; Plumb, J.B.; White, T. Le Chemin de fer du Pacifique … Chambre de Communes Session de 1880. Ottawa: Imprimerie de Journal “Le Canada”, 1880. 139p. Shelf no. 2945

RECIPROCITY AGREEMENT, 1911
Weston, George. Canadian Reciprocity. Philadelphia: The American Iron and Steel Association.  [1876], 16 p. Shelf no. 3337

REGIMENTS AND REGIMENTAL HISTORY
Canadian Expeditionary Force, 25th Battalion. Nominal Role of Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, and Men. [n.p.][1915] 22p. Shelf no. 2963

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION
The Catholic School Book, Containing Easy and Familiar Lessons for the Instruction of Youth of Both Sexes, in the English Language and the Paths of True Religion and Virtue. Montreal: C.O. Beauchemin and Valois, Booksellers, [nd]. 153p. Shelf no. 3341
Clark, Rev. Canon H.H. “Thou that teachest.” A brief manual of suggestions for Sunday Church School Teachers...Toronto: [n.d.]. 23p. Shelf no. 3905
Ontario Sabbath School Missionary Union. Second Report of the...Presented at the Annual Meeting. Toronto 1871. Toronto: Copp, Clark & Co. Printers, 1871. 24p. Shelf no. 2978   
Ontario Sabbath School Missionary Union. 3rd Annual Report of...Shaftesbury Hall, Toronto May 16, 1873. Toronto: Copp, Clark & Co. Printers, 1872. 16p. Shelf no. 2980

Sabbath School Association of Canada. Proceeding of the Fourth Annual Convention of the...Toronto...October 1867. Toronto: Sabbath School Association, 1867. 76p. Shelf no. 3012    

Sabbath School Association of Canada. Proceeding of the 12th Provincial Convention...Hamilton...October...1875. Toronto: Dudley & Burns, Printers, 1875. [132p]. Shelf no. 2972
Sabbath School Association of Canada. Proceeding of the 13th Provincial Convention...Belleville...October...1876. Toronto: Dudley & Burns, Printers, 1876. [138p]. Shelf no. 2973
Sabbath School Association of Canada. Proceeding of the 19th and 20th Provincial Convention...Brockville...1884...Stratford...1885. Toronto: Williams Briggs, 1886. [278p]. Shelf no. 2974
Sabbath School Association of Ontario. Our Sunday Schools...Proceeding of the 26th Provincial Convention...Ottawa...1891. Toronto: Dudley & Burns, Printers, [1892]. [192p]. Shelf no. 2976
Sabbath School Association of Ontario. Teaching and Training...Proceeding of the 21st Provincial Convention...Hamilton...1886. Toronto: Dudley & Burns, Printers, 1886. [206p]. Shelf no. 2975

Sabbath School Association of Ontario. Theory and Practice...Proceeding of the 29th Provincial Convention...Belleville...1894. Toronto: Dudley & Burns, Printers, [1895]. [186p]. Shelf no. 2977
Taylor, Alfred. Sayings and Doing of the Toronto Sabbath School Workers In Institute, Assembled: December 5-9, 1871. Toronto: Toronto Sabbath School Association, 1871. [115p] Shelf no. 2971
Toronto Sabbath School Union. Report and Proceeding of the First Annual Meeting...Toronto: Maclear Thomas & Co., 1857. 10p. Shelf no. 2979 

RELIGIOUS ORDERS
Archambault, R.P. La Veunesse et l’Action catholique. Montreal: L’École Sociale Populaire, 1940. [64p] Shelf no. 3234
Grande Ligne Mission.Forty-fifth annual report of...province of Quebec. Montreal: D. Bentley & Co., 1882. 36p. Shelf no. 3957
Institut Social Populaire. Le Pape et le congestion. Au tour de l’allocution du 3 juin 1950. Montreal: Institut Social Populaire, 1951. 32p. Shelf no. 3236
Philadelphia Association. Fourteenth Annual Report.in aid of the Swiss mission in Canada. Philadelphia, L.R. Bailey, 1855. 15p. Shelf no. 3942
Rutherford, J. Important notice to the people, January 19, 1933. Toronto: The Watch Tower, 1933. 4p. Shelf no. 4075

RELIGIOUS TOLERANCE
Feinbery, Rabbi Abraham L. Prejudice-a spiritual pestilence. Issued by Fair Employment Practices Branch, Canada Department of Labour. [n.p.], [n.d.]. 5p. Shelf no. 3902

ROCHDALE COLLEGE
Rochdale College. Rochdale College Institute for Indian Studies. [n.p.] [n.d.]. [4p]. Shelf no. 3660

RUSSIA
Cater, Dyson. Land without Capitalism. Toronto: Progress Books, 1949. 29p. Shelf no. 2854
Carter, Dyson. Stalin’s Life. Winnipeg: Contemporary Publishers, 1943. 50p. Shelf no. 3421
Dobb, Maurice. Soviet Economy and the War. Toronto: Progress Books, [1941]. 95p. Shelf no., 3606
Eastman, Max. La Russie sovietique. Montreal: Oeuvre des tracts, août 1943. 16p. Shelf no. 3938
Lawson, William T. and Committee. The Soviet Union and Finland. Toronto: Supreme Printing Co., n.d. [1940?]. 47p. Shelf no. 3403
Lenin, V.I., J. Stalin, V. Molotov et al. The Soviet Union and the Cause of Peace. Toronto: Francis White Publishers [c.1936]. 191p. Shelf no. 3604

National Council for Canadian-Soviet Friendship. Goebbels is not Dead! Toronto: National Council for Canadian-Soviet Friendship, [1945?]. [24p]. Shelf no. 3664
National Council for Canadian-Soviet Friendship. Second Annual Congress of Canadian-Soviet Friendship. November 17-19, 1944. Toronto. Toronto: National Council for Canadian-Soviet Friendship, [1944]. [52p]. Shelf no. 3164
The New Soviet Constitution. Toronto: Francis White Publishers Ltd., 1936. Shelf no. 3385
Stalin, Joseph. From Socialism to Communism in the Soviet Union. Toronto: New Era Publishers, p1939]. 63p. Shelf no. 3600
Stalin, Joseph. Order of the Day. Toronto: Progress Books, [1944]. 126p. Shelf no. 3599
The U.S.S.R. at War. Toronto: Progress Books, 1942. 48p. Shelf no. 3582
We Were There. Report of the ten Canadian Trade Unionists who visited the Soviet Union in 1951.Toronto: Canadian Trade Union Delegation to the Soviet Union, 1951. [64p]. Shelf no. 3182     

RUSSIA – HISTORY – 1917-
Colletti. The Question of Stalin. Toronto: Hogtown Press, [late 1960s?]. 21p. Shelf no. 3570

RUSSIANS IN CANADA
Gherman Titon in Canada. Ottawa, [1962]. 20p. Shelf no. 3787

ST. JOHN’S NEWFOUNDLAND
Romberg, Max. Shanghaied in St. John’s. [Toronto] [1965?] [n.d]. 23p. Shelf no. 3661

ST. LAWRENCE SEAWAY
Challies, George H., Phm.B. An Address by...on the St. Lawrence and Its Development. [n.d.][1932]. 16p. Shelf no. 2964
Wilson, Idele. The St. Lawrence Seaway. It’s Canada’s River for Canada’s Future. Start Digging Now! Toronto: District Five United Electrical, Radio & Machine Workers of America, 1954. [24p]. Shelf no. 3172

SASKATCHEWAN
Turner, Adam. Early Days in Saskatoon. Saskatoon: Modern Press Ltd., 1932. 28p. Shelf no. 3679

SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Witton, H.B. Selenography, or what astronomers say of the moon. A paper read before the Hamilton Association. Hamilton: Spectator, 1881. 8p. Shelf no. 3992

SEPARATE SCHOOLS – CANADA
Catholic Taxpayers’ Association challenges Protestants to protest Separate School Tax grab. N.p. [1935]. Poster (2 sides). Shelf no. 4072
Mowat, Oliver. History of the Separate School system in Ontario. Speech at Embro and Plattsville, December 1889. Toronto: Hunter, Rose and Co., 1890. 40p. Shelf no. 3929
Mowat, Oliver. The sectarian issues and the history and present position of the Public Schools in the French Districts of Ontario. Speech...at Woodstock, Dec. 3, 1889. Toronto: Hunter, Rose & co., 1890. 31p. Shelf no. 3928
Pastoral Letter of the Archbishop and Bishops of...Quebec, Montreal and Ottawa on the Manitoba School Question. Montreal: 1896. 8p. Shelf no. 3952

SEPARATE SCHOOLS – ONTARIO
New Democratic Party of Ontario. The Financial Crisis in the Catholic High Schools. Toronto: 1969. 16p. Shelf no. 3477
Quinn, M.J. The Case for Ontario Separate Schools. Toronto: 1937. 22p. Shelf no. 3722

SEPARATIST MOVEMENT IN QUEBEC
Rosenberg, Stuart E. French Separatism: Its Implications for Canadian Jewry: a preliminary, exploratory essay. Reprinted from the American Jewish Year Book, 1972. Published jointly by the American Jewish Committee and the Jewish Publication Society of America. N.p., 1972. 22p. Shelf no. 3725   

SERMONS – ARRANGED BY DATE
McCracken, R.J. Can human nature be changed? [Toronto]: United Church of Canada, n.d. 7p. Shelf no. 3967
Sims, A. Wonders of Grace, or, instances of the mighty cleansing power of Jesus’ blood. Kelvin, Ontario: [n.d.] 124p. Shelf no. 3983
Cramp, J.M. The succession of martyrs. A Sermon...Halifax June 20, 1859. Halifax, Nova Scotia: 1859. 15p. Shelf no. 3934
Cramp, J.M. What will become of the wicked? An address by J.M. Cramp. Halifax, N.S.: Christian Messenger Office, 1860. 24p. Shelf no. 2926
Scadding, Henry. Truth’s Resurrections. A memorial of Easter, 1865. Toronto: 1898. 30p. Shelf no. 3744
Cramp, J.M. The second coming of our Lord. Halifax, N.S.: Christian Messenger Office, 1879. 19p. Shelf no. 2927
Endicott, James. Watchman-what of the night? Toronto: [the Canadian Far Eastern Newsletter] [1952]9p. Shelf no. 3141
SERMONS- 1956
Scadding, Henry. A dead Christendom reviving. A lecture delivered in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Toronto. Toronto: 1856. 16p. Shelf no. 3745

SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM
Scadding, Henry. Shakespeare, the seer, the interpreter. Toronto: 1897. 38p. Shelf no. 3743

SOCIAL CREDIT PARTY (CANADA)
Aberhart, William. Social credit Manual...Puzzling questions and their answers. Calgary: 1935. 24p. (In French reading from back, 24p.) Shelf no. 3958
British Columbia Social Credit League. What does Social credit Propose to Do? Manifesto 1936. Vancouver: British Columbia Social Credit League, Provincial Headquarters. [1936]. [24p]. Shelf no. 2957
Carmichael, Neil. The Story of Funny Money. Toronto: n.d. [1960s]. 16p. Shelf no. 3462.
Carmichael, Neil. The Story of Funny Money, no.2. How bankers have been given the sovereign right to manufacture paper currency. Social Credit Party. Toronto: n.d. 12p. Shelf no. 3713
Even, Louis. A primer of social credit. Translated from French by Earl Massecar. 5th edition. Montreal: Institute of Political Action, 1967. 46p. Shelf no. 2911

SOCIALISM
Johnson, Hewitt. Socialism and the Individual. Scientific Socialist Series. Number One. Toronto: Progress Publishing Co., 1944. 52p. Shelf no. 3107
Toronto Theatre of Action. [Theatre Programme] Bury the Dead by Irwin Shaw. Hamilton: Savoy Theatre, n.d. 4p. Shelf no. 3633

SOCIALISM IN CANADA
Archambault, S.J. Pour un ordre meilleur. Déclaration des semaines Sociales du Canada. Expliquée et Commentée. Montreal: l’École Sociale Populaire, 1944. [64p] Shelf no. 3238
Are We Anti-American? [n.p.]:[n.p.][n.d.][5p] Shelf no. 3293
Buhay, Beckie. Wall St. and Its Canadian Lackeys Hate and Fear Socialism. Bulletin No. 11: Facts Fight for Peace. [n.p.]: Labor Progressive Party National Education Department, 1948. 8p. Shelf no. 3265
Deville, Gabriel. Socialism, Revolution and Internationalism. [n.p.]: Dominion Executive Committee Socialist Party of Canada. [n.p.] 63p. Shelf no. 3328
Highe, Edward. Where do we go from Here? Toronto: Forward Publishing Co., 1943. 22p. Shelf no. 4039

League for Social Reconstruction. Manifesto. Toronto: Thos. Nelson & Son, [1934]. 4p. Shelf no. 3689
Pierce, G. Socialism and the C.C.F. Montreal: Contemporary Publishing Association, 1934. 218p. Shelf no. 3145
Socialist Labour Party. How peace demonstrations support the cause of war. Toronto: Socialist Labour Party, [n.d.] 4p. Shelf no. 3650
Songs for socialist meetings. [n.p.] Cotton’s Co-operative Publishing Co. Inc. [n.d.] Shelf no. 2861
Wilson, John. The Meaning of Socialism. Ontario Woodsworth Foundation: [n.d.-1970s]. 26p. Shelf no. 3451

SOCIALIST LABOUR PARTY OF CANADA
Socialist Labour Party of America. Socialist Freedom or Capitalist Serfdom? New York: New York Labour News Company, 1945. 30p. Shelf no. 3666

SOCIALIST PARTY OF CANADA
Socialist Party of Canada. The Russian Revolution...Its Origin and Outcome. Winnipeg: Socialist Party of Canada, 1948. 52p. Shelf no. 3603

SOCIETIES, CLUBS AND ASSOCIATIONS
Anglican Church of Canada. The Church Association of the Diocese of Toronto, Instituted 1873, Annual Report with list of Members. Toronto: 1874. 19p. Shelf no. 3550
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Appendix to the Journal of the Synod, Twenty-seventh and last Annual Report. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1869. 189p. Shelf no. 3531
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the Year Ending 31 March 1847. Toronto: Diocesan Press, 1847. 97p. Shelf no. 3520
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 31 March 1848. Toronto: Diocesan Press, 1848. 98p. Shelf no. 3521
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 31 March 1849. Toronto: Diocesan Press, 1849. 95p. Shelf no. 3522

Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 31 March 1851. Toronto: Diocesan Press, 1851. 111p. Shelf no. 3523
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 31 March 1853. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1851. 142p. Shelf no. 3524
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 31 March 1854. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1854. 160p. Shelf no. 3525
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 30 April 1855. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1855. 124p. Shelf no. 3526
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 30 April 1857. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1857. 128p. Shelf no. 3527

Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 30 April 1859. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1859. 100p. Shelf no. 3528
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 30 April 1860. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1860. 108p. Shelf no. 3529
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 30 April 1860. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1860. 108p. Shelf no. 3529
Anglican Church of Canada. Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto; Report for the year ending 30 April 1864. Toronto: Henry Rowsell, 1864. 99p. Shelf no. 3530
Anglican Church of Canada. The Third Annual Report of the Incorporated Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto for the year ending 30 March 1845. Cobourg: Diocesan Press, 1845. 72p. Shelf no. 3519

Association Catholiques de la Jeunesse Canadienne-française. Vous en êtes? Quebec: Comité Regional Québécois A.C.J.C., 1915. 15p. Shelf no. 3073
Bands of Hope. Manual for the Bands of Hope, Containing Rules, Ritual and Odes. Halifax: Grand Scribe Committee on Juvenile Organizations, 1887. [39p]. Shelf no. 3301
Bands of Hope. Rules, Ritual and Odes. Revised Edition and Melodies for Bands of Hope, and other Temperance Organizations. Halifax: Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1875. [70p]. Shelf no. 3314
Brooks, A.S. The Royal Black Knights of the British Commonwealth: a history of the Order and its relation to the Orange Order and the thoughts for study. St. Catharines: [1950’s?]. [7p]. Shelf no. 3806  
By-laws of Oxford’s Returned Soldiers’ Association no. 1 Military Division of Woodstock, Ontario.
[n.p.], [1916?]. [4p.] Shelf no. 3819

Cadets of Temperance. Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of sections, no. Cadets of Temperance of the Province of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Nova Scotia Printing Company, 1874. 28p. Shelf no. 3302
Cadets of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of the Grand Section of Cadets of Temperance of the Province of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Cadets of Temperance, 1875. 16p. Shelf no. 3303
Canadian Historical Association. Local history Section: To Provincial Chairmen, etc... [n.p.]: Canadian Historical Association, 1960. 4p. Shelf no. 3339
Canadian Jewish Congress. Jews Have Always Fought for Freedom. Toronto: The Canadian Jewish Congress, [1943]. [28p]. Shelf no. 3239
Canadian Red Cross Society, Quebec Provincial Division. Annual Report 1943 of... Montreal: The Canadian Red Cross Society, [1943]. [10p]. Shelf no. 3049
Canadian Order of Chosen Friends. Ritual of the Canadian Order of Chosen Friends. Hamilton: Grand Council, 1899. 59p. Shelf no. 3995

Carson, J.W. [Loyal Orange Association of British America]. History of Hackett Loyal Orange Lodge, no. 805, 1878-1953. 40p. Shelf no. 3630
Celebrating the two hundred and sixty fifth anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne in London, Ontario, “Centennial Year”, July 9th 1955. Auspices of the County Orange Lodge of Middlesex. N.p., [1955]. 48p. Shelf no. 3896
The Champlain Society. ...Sixty-Ninth Annual Report. Toronto: The Champlain Society, 1976. [8p]. Shelf no. 3008    
Charbonneau, Louis. Lacordaire Movement. An address...at the National Convention of the Canadian Temperance Federation, Montreal, Dec. 2, 1953. Toronto: Canadian Temperance Federation, [1953]. [3p]. Shelf no. 3792
Chiasson, M. l’abbeéLivain. L’Experience d’Antigonish. Montreal: L’Oeuvre des Tracts, 1937. 16p. Shelf no. 3350
Committee on Orange History. One Man’s Loyalty; History of the Orange Association in the Dominion of Canada, no. 1. [Toronto]: The Committee on Orange History, 1953. 95p. Shelf no. 3682

Co-operative Union of Ontario. Co-operative by-laws of Farmers’ Allied Meat Enterprises Co-operative Limited. Weston, Ont.: 1961. 30p. Shelf no. 3826
Couet, R.P.  Bas les Masques. Études antimaçonnique. Quebec: L’Evenement, 1911. 29p. Shelf no. 3072
Courchesne, George. Nos legitimes aspirations. Montreal: Ligue de Ralliement Francais en Amerique, [1920]. 24. Shelf no. 3062
La CSD. Montreal: Centrale des Syndicates Democratiques, 1972. 24p. Shelf no. 3345
Grand Black Chapter of British America. Supplement to ritual: ceremony of dedication, installation, funeral services, draping of warrant. St. John’s, Nfld: 1963. 47p Shelf no. 3823
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights. Eighty Second Annual Convocation...Sarnia, May 12 and 13, 1958. Includes 88th annual session of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West, Sarnia, May 9 and 10, 1958. [Sarnia, Ont.], [1958]. 10p. Shelf no. 3912

Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of the British Commonwealth. Record of Proceedings (abridged). Held in...Hamilton, Ont..on...May 11 and 12, 1959. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1959]. 35p. Shelf no. 3894
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in...St. Thomas, Ont., May 26 and 27, 1941. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1941. 28p. Shelf no. 3857
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in...Toronto, Ont., May 25 and 26, 1942. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1942. 28p. Shelf no. 3858
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in...Orillia, Ont., May 15, 1945. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1945. 30p. Shelf no. 3859
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in...North Bay, Ont., May 19 and 20, 1947. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1947. 36p. Shelf no. 3860

Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in Chatham, Ont., May 17 and 18, 1948. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1948. 33p. Shelf no. 3861
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in...Niagara, Ont.,. May 9-10, 1949. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1949. Shelf no. 3862
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in...St. Thomas, Ont., May 26 and 27, 1941. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1941. 28p. Shelf no. 3857
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding (abridged) [of] provincial...Held in Orillia, Ont.,. May 16-17, 1955. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1955. 43p. Shelf no. 3864
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of the British Commonwealth. Record of proceeding [of] provincial...Held in...Goderich, Ont., April 24 and 25, 1974. N.p., [1974]. 34p. Shelf no. 3865

Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of the British Commonwealth. Record of proceeding [of] provincial...Held in...Sudbury, Ont., April 23 and 24, 1975. N.p., [1975]. 32p. Shelf no. 3866
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of the British Commonwealth. Record of proceeding [of] provincial...Held in Oshawa, Ont., April 21 and 22, 1976. N.p., [1976]. 27p. Shelf no. 3867
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in Chatham, Ont., May 19 and 20, 1934. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1934. 39p. Shelf no. 3853
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in Owen Sound, Ont., May 31 and June 1, 1937. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1937. 28p. Shelf no. 3855

Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of Provincial Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West. Held in...Guelph, Ont.,... May 16 and 17, 1938. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1938. 31p. Shelf no. 3828
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of provincial...Held in Kitchener, Ont, May 27 and 28, 1940. Toronto: Thomson Bros., 1940. 28p. Shelf no. 3856
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of the sixty-first annual session of the most worshipful...Held in...St. John’s, Nfld., June 25, 1935. Toronto: J.W. Benson, 1935. 45p. Shelf no. 3868
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of the sixty-forth annual session of the most worshipful...Held in...Fort William, Ont.. June 20 and 21, 1938. Ottawa: Progressive Printers, [1938]. 29p. Shelf no. 3869
Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West, Royal Black Knights of Ireland. Record of proceeding of the sixty-eighth annual session of the most worshipful...Held in...Toronto, Ont.,... June 15 and 16, 1942. Ottawa: Progressive Printers, [1942]. 41p. Shelf no. 3870

Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Canada. The book of constitution of the Grand Lodge of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons of Canada, in the Province of Ontario. Hamilton: 1901. 148p. Shelf no. 3841
Grand Lodge of Canada. Freemasonry in Ancaster and 100 Years with Seymour Lodge. [Ancaster]: 1972. 39p. Shelf no. 3943
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. The one hundred and thirty-third annual report of the...St. John’s, Nfld....19th and 20th June, 1963. Toronto: [1963]. 63p. Shelf no. 3848
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. The one hundred and thirty-fifth annual report of the...Niagara Falls....16th and 17th June, 1965. Toronto: [1965]. 69p. Shelf no. 3850
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. The one hundred and thirty-fourth annual report of the...Regina, Saskatchewan....17th and 18th June, 1964. Toronto: [1964]. 64p. Shelf no. 3849
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. The one hundred and thirty-sixth annual report of the...Winnipeg, Manitoba....16th and 17th June, 1966. Toronto: [1966]. 65p. Shelf no. 3851
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. Report of proceedings of the one hundred and second meeting of the Grand Orange Lodge of British America...Held in Montreal, June 28th & 29th, 1932. N.d.: [1932]. 68p. Shelf no. 3843
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. Report of proceedings of the one hundred and fourth meeting of the Grand Orange Lodge of British America. Held at Halifax, Nova Scotia...July 25th & 26th, 1934. N.d.: [1934]. 58p. Shelf no. 3844
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. Report of proceedings of the one hundred and twenty-seventh meeting of the...Held in Vancouver, B.C....19th & 20th June, 1957. Toronto: [1957]. 51p. Shelf no. 3845
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. Report of proceedings of the one hundred and twenty-eighth meeting of the...Held at Montreal, Que.....25th & 26th of June, 1958. Toronto: [1958]. 61p. Shelf no. 3846
Grand Orange Lodge of British America. Report of proceedings of the one hundred and twenty-ninth meeting of the Grand Orange Lodge of British America... Edmonton, Alta...17th & 18th June, 1959. Toronto: Britannia Printers, 1959. 61p. Shelf no. 3830
Grand Orange Lodge of Canada. Report of the one hundred and forty-fourth annual sessions of the Grand Orange Lodge of Canada, Montreal, Quebec...13 and 14  June, 1973. Toronto: Britannia Printers, 1973. 80p. Shelf no. 3829

Grand Orange Lodge of Canada. Report of the one hundred and forty-fourth annual sessions of the Grand Orange Lodge of Canada, Montreal, Quebec...13 and 14  June, 1973. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1973]. 80p. Shelf no. 3871
Grand Orange Lodge of Canada. Report of the one hundred and forty-fifth annual sessions of the Grand Orange Lodge of Canada...Niagara Falls, Ont....19 and 20  June, 1974. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1973]. 80p. Shelf no. 3872
Grand Orange Lodge of Canada. Report of the one hundred and forty-sixth annual sessions of the...Winnipeg, Manitoba, 11 and 12  June, 1975. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1975]. [70p]. Shelf no. 3873
Grand Orange Lodge of Canada. Report of the one hundred and forty-eighth annual sessions of the...Vancouver, B.C.....15 and 16  June, 1977. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1977]. [68p]. Shelf no. 3874
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Ninety-ninth annual sessions Sarnia, May 9 and 10, 1958. Includes 82nd annual convocation of the Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West R.B.K., Sarnia May 12 and 13, 1958. [Sarnia, Ont.], [1958]. 10p. Shelf no. 3912

Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Official programme [of the] ninety-fourth session...May 20 and 21, [1953], London, Ont. Includes official programme of the seventy-seventh session [of the] provincial Grand Black Chapter of the Ontario West, May 18 and 19, Coronation Year 1953. [n.p.], [1953]. 44p. Shelf no. 3900
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings of the ninety-third session...Sudbury, Ont., May14 and 15, 1952. [n.p.], [1952]. 103p. Shelf no. 3911
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings of the ninety-seventh session, Right Worshipful Provincial...Stratford, Ont., May 16-17, 1956. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1956]. 112p. Shelf no. 3898
Grand Orange Lodge, Ontario West. Report of the proceedings of the ninety-eighth session, Right Worshipful Provincial...Oshawa, Ontario, May 15-16, 1957. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1957]. 111p. Shelf no. 3899
Grand Orange Lodge [of] Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundredth session...Hamilton, Ont., May 15 and 16, 1959. Toronto: [1959]. 111p. Shelf no. 3913

Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and first session...St. Catharines, Ont., May 13 and 14, 1960. Toronto: [1960]. 110p. Shelf no. 3914
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and second session...Windsor, Ontario, May 12 and 13, 1961. Toronto: [1961]. 103p. Shelf no. 3915
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and third session...Port Arthur, Ont., May 25 and 26, 1962. Toronto: [1962]. 103p. Shelf no. 3916
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and fourth session...at Fern Report, Orillia, Ont., on May 10 and 11, 1963. Toronto: [1963]. 107p. Shelf no. 3917
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and seventh session...Niagara Falls, Ont., on May 6 and 7, 1966. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1966]. 96p. Shelf no. 3918

Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and fourteenth session...Barrie, Ont., April 27 and 28, 1973. N.p. [1973]. 76p. Shelf no. 3919
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and fifteenth session...Goderich, Ont., April 26 and 27th , 1974. N.p., [1974]. 86p. Shelf no. 3920
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and sixteenth session...Sudbury, Ont., April 25 and 26, 1975. N.p. [1975]. 76p. Shelf no. 3921
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings, one hundred and seventeenth session...Oshawa, Ont., April 23 and 24, 1976. [n.p.], [1976]. 70p. Shelf no. 3922
Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings of the one hundred and eighteenth session of the right worshipful provincial Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West, St. Catharines, Ontario, April 29 and 30, 1977. St. Catharines, Ont., 1977. 80p. Shelf no. 3827

Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West. Report of the proceedings of the ninety-seventh session. Startford: 1956. 112p. Shelf no. 4004
 
Groulx, Lionel. Ceux qui viennent. Montreal: Bureaux de l’A.C.J.C., 1914. 14p. Shelf no. 3028
Handbook of the brotherhood of St. Andrew in Canada. Toronto: Office of the Council, 1905. 61p. Shelf no. 3676
Hodges, S.W. Manual of Business for Sons of Temperance. Third Edition. Boston: Samuel W. Hodges, 1877. 24p. Shelf no. 3319
Hodges, Samuel W. Manual of Decisions of the National Division of the Sons of Temperance of North America. Boston: [Sons of Temperance], 1873. 48p. Shelf no. 3316
Independent Order of Foresters. Ritual of the Independent Order of Foresters for subordinate courts. Toronto: Hunter, Rose Co., 1903. 135p. Shelf no.3886

Independent Order of Foresters. Ritual of the Independent Order of Foresters for subordinate courts. Toronto: Hunter, Rose Co., 1905. 149p. Shelf no.3885
Independent Order of Good Templars. Constitutions...Act of Incorporation and By-Laws of the Grand Lodge of Canada. Toronto: Daniel Rose and Son, 1898. 72p. Shelf no. 3629
Independent Order of Good Templars. Constitution and By-Laws of Coudersport Lodge, No. 153, of the Independent Order of Good Templars Adopted 1853. Coudersport: [Independent Order of Good Templars], 1853. 24p. Shelf no. 3313
L’Institut-Canadien. Annuaire de l’Institut-Canadien Pour 1868. Montreal: L’Institut-Canadien, 1868. [32p]. Shelf no. 3246
J.O.C.F. Canadienne. Premiere Semaine d’étude nationale des services de la...Montreal...19-21 Juillet, 1946. Montreal: J.O.C.F. Canadienne, [1946]. 12p. Shelf no. 3069
Ladies Auxiliary, Army and Navy Veterans of Canada. Constitution and By-laws. Winnipeg: Canadian Publishers Ltd., [1931]. 26p. Shelf no. 4053

Loyal Orange Association of British America. Constitution and Laws...with rules of the Royal Scarlet Order, Juvenile Orange Association and Grand Lodge Benefit Fund. Revised to January 1947. Toronto: McCallum Press, 1947. 242p. Shelf no. 3824
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms and Rituals of the Royal Arch Order, to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Orange Association of British North America. Cobourg: The Orange Association, 1846. 13p. Shelf no. 3355
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms and Rituals of the Royal Blue Order, to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Orange Association of British North America. Toronto: The Orange Association, 1852. 12p. Shelf no. 3358
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms of the Royal Blue Order, to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Loyal Orange Institution of British North America. Toronto: The Grand Lodge, 1869. 8p. Shelf no. 3359
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms of the Royal Blue Order to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Loyal Orange Association of British North America. Belleville: The Grand Lodge, 1874. 8p. Shelf no. 3360

Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms to be used in all Lodges of the Loyal Orange Association of British North America, 7th ed. Toronto: 1916. 83p. Shelf no. 3842
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms to be used in all Lodges of the Loyal Orange Association of British North America, 7th ed. Toronto: 1921. 83p. Shelf no. 3833
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms to be used in all Lodges of the Loyal Orange Association of British North America, 7th ed. Toronto: 1923. 91p. Shelf no. 3835
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Forms to be used in all Lodges of the Loyal Orange Association of British North America, 9th ed. Toronto: 1937. 94p. Shelf no. 3834
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Grand Annual Session of the Right Worshipful, The Grand Lodge of British America, Held in the Court-House Brockville, U.C. Toronto: The Grand Lodge, 1856. 91p. Shelf no. 3364

Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Forms of the Purple Order, to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Loyal Orange Association of British America. Belleville: The Grand Lodge, 1874. 16p. Shelf no. 3361  
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Forms of the Royal Blue Order to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Loyal Orange Institution of British North America. Toronto: The Grand Lodge, 1869. 8p. Shelf no. 3363
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Thirty-Ninth Annual Session of the Most Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of British America held in Orange Hall, Halifax, Nova Scotia. Belleville: The Grand Orange Lodge, 1868. 48p. Shelf no. 3365  
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Forms to be Observed in Private Lodges of the Loyal Orange Institution of British North America. Toronto: The Grand Lodge, 1869. 16p. Shelf no. 3362
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Seventeenth Annual Session of the Most Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of British America held in St. James’ Hall, Hamilton, Co. Wentworth. Toronto: Grand Lodge, 1876. 78p. Shelf no. 3367  

Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Sixteenth Annual Session of the Right Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of Western Ontario, held in the Town Hall, Clinton Co. Of Huron. Toronto: Grand Orange Lodge, 1875. 54p. Shelf no. 3366  
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Nineteenth Annual Session of the Right Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of Western Ontario, held in Music Hall, Town of Oshawa, Co. Toronto: Grand Orange Lodge, 1878. 78p. Shelf no. 3369
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Forty-Seventh Annual Session of the Most Worshipful the Grand Orange Lodge of British America held in the Court House, Town of Cobourg. [n.p.]: Bro. John G. Moore, 1876. 82p. Shelf no. 3368  
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of the Fifty-Second Annual Session of the Most Worshipful the Grand Orange Lodge of British America held in the Range Hall, Town of Port Hope. Toronto: Grand Orange Lodge, 1881. 81p. Shelf no. 3371
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of a Special Session of the Right Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of Western Ontario, held in the Temperance Hall, Toronto. Toronto: Grand Orange Lodge, 1878. 32p. Shelf no. 3370

Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of Proceedings of the Ninetieth Meeting of the Most Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of British America held in the City of Calgary. [Toronto]: Grand Orange Lodge, 1920. 76p. Shelf no. 3372
Loyal Orange Association of British America Grand Orange Lodge. Report of Proceedings of the 64th  Annual Session held in the City Hall Calgary Owen Sound, Ont. .... [  ]: Grand Orange Lodge, 1923. 116p. Shelf no. 3373
Loyal Orange Association of British America. Report of Proceedings (with appendix) of the Ninety-fourth Meeting of the Most Worshipful Grand Orange Lodge of British America held in the City of Sault Ste. Marie. Toronto: Grand Orange Lodge, 1924. 283p. Shelf no. 3374
Middlesex County Loyal Orange Lodge. Celebration, July 13th, 1963, London, Ont. The 273rd anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne: 1690-1963. Souvenir Programme. [n.p.], [1963]. 34p. Shelf no. 3897

Moffatt, Rev. Dr. C.K.S. Ethics and Philosophy of Orangeism. Toronto: Orange Extension, [n.d.]. 7p. Shelf no. 3904  

Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society. The Fortieth Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting, 23 January 1861.  Montreal: 1861. 134p. Shelf no. 3508
Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society. The Thirtieth Report...Presented to Subscribers at the Annual Meeting, Jan. 22 1851.  Montreal: 1851. 50p. Shelf no. 3504
 Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society. The Thirty-First Annual Report...Presented to Subscribers at the Annual Meeting, Jan. 28 1852.  Montreal: 1852. 51p. Shelf no. 3505
Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society. The Thirty-Ninth Annual Report...Presented to Subscribers at the Annual Meeting, 25 Jan. 1859.  Montreal: 1859. 136p. Shelf no. 3507
Montreal Auxiliary Bible Society. The Thirty-Second Annual Report...Presented to Subscribers at the Annual Meeting, 26 Jan. 1853.  Montreal: 1853. 76p. Shelf no. 3506
Niagara Historical Society. 13th Annual Report. [Niagara Falls]: 1908. 8p. Shelf no. 3927

The Ontario Temperance Federation. Following your temperance dollars. Toronto: Ontario Temperance Federation, [n.d.]. [4p]. Shelf no. 3790
Orange Association. Statement of the Orange Association on the Report of the Royal Commission on Educations in Ontario. Toronto: Britannia Printers, [1946]. 13p. Shelf no. 3627
Prince of Wales Lodge, no. 230. Constitution, by-laws, rules of order, etc. Toronto: 1888. 44p. Shelf no. 3820
Provincial Grand Black Chapter of Ontario West. Official programme of the seventy-seventh session...May 18th and 19th, Coronation Year, 1953. Including official programme [of the] ninety-fourth session of the provincial Grand Orange Lodge of Ontario West, May 20th and 21st, London, Ont. [n.p.]: [1953]. 44p. Shelf no. 3900

Scadding, Henry. The Valedictory address delivered before the Athenaeum of Toronto, at the close of their annual session on Thursday, April 30, 1846. Toronto: H&W Rowsell, 1846. 12p. Shelf no. 3892
Societé Historique Franco-Américaine. ...Boston City Club. 1935. Sommaire. Compte-rendu de la séance du 9 mai 1935 par Antoine Cement. Pourquoi Québec ne fut pas New York par Abbé Lionel Groulx. Jean-Charlemagne Bracq par Adolphe Robert. Boston: Societé Historique Franco-Américaine, [1935]. 19p. Shelf no. 3081
Societé Historique Franco-Americaine. Bulletin Années 1946-1947. Boston: Societé Historique Franco-Américaine, 1949. [104p]. Shelf no. 3083
Sons of Temperance. Constitution and Rules of Order of the Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance, State of Massachusetts Instituted June 12, 1844. Boston: [Sons of Temperance], 1976. 24p. Shelf no. 3317  
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of No Surrender Division, Number Twenty-Four, Sons of Temperance, of the Province of New Brunswick. Saint John N.B.: Sons of Temperance, 1852. 24p. Shelf no. 3305
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of the Grand Division of Nova Scotia, Together with Constitution Code of Laws and By-Laws of Hope Division, No. 154 Sons of Temperance, Located at Grand Joggin, Digby. Halifax: The Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1875. [48p]. Shelf no. 3309
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of the Grand Division, Sons of Temperance of Nova Scotia. Instituted at Yarmouth, N.S., April 22, 1848. [np]: The Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1885. [32p]. Shelf no. 3311
Sons of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of Home Division, No. 169 Sons of Temperance, Instituted at Smith’s Cove, Digby County, December 5, 1860. Halifax: Sons of Temperance, 1864, 30p. Shelf no. 3308.
Sons Of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of Randall Division No. 231, Sons of Temperance, Instituted at New Tusket, Digby Co., Oct 14, 1865. Halifax: Sons of Temperance, 1867, 30p. Shelf no. 3307.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, By Laws and Rules, of Union Division Number Six, Sons of Temperance, of the Province of Nova Scotia. Saint John, N.B.: Sons of Temperance, 1850, 22p. Shelf no. 3310.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, Code of Laws, and By-Laws, of Old Bay State Division, No. 32, Sons of Temperance. Boston: Samuel W. Hodges, M.W.S. 1878, 24p. Shelf no. 3318.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution Code of Laws and By-Laws of Subordinate Divisions, of the Sons of Temperance of Nova Scotia. N.p.: The Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1884, 36p. Shelf no. 3306.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution for District Divisions, of Sons of Temperance. To be recommended to the National Division for approval at the Annual Session of 1887. N.p.: the National Division of North America, 1887, 10p. Shelf no. 3315.
Sons of Temperance. Handbook for Sons of Temperance, containing a Manual of Business and a Digest of Decisions of the National Division, Revised Edition. Halifax: National Division of North America, 1887, 64p. Shelf no.3312.

St. George’s Society. Report of the Committee for 1886 of the St. George’s Society of Toronto...Together with List of the Officers and Members of the Society. Toronto: Rowsell & Hutchinson, 1887. 22p. Shelf no. 3678

Temperance Convention, Digby County. Constitution, By-laws and Rules of Order of the Digby County Temperance Convention. Digby: Digby County Temperance Convention, 1865, 10p. Shelf no. 3304.
Toronto Lodge, no. 71.  Constitution, by-laws, rules of order, etc. of the Toronto Lodge, #71, I.O.O.F.  Toronto, “Dominion Oddfellow”, 1891, 36p. Shelf no. 3821.
Toronto Temperance Reformation Society. Begin Right; or, Facts in Figures for the People to the Rate-Payers and Other Citizens of Toronto. Toronto; Toronto Temperance Circulating Library, 1864, 12p. Shelf no. 3623.
Union des Franco-Americains du Connecticut Programme-Souvenir de la Trente-Huitième Convention de ... 18-20 Mai 1952. Putnam, Connecticut. Putnam, Conn.: L’Union de Franco-Americans de Connecticut, 1952, 20p. Shelf no. 3082.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  Letter of Appeal – Colportage Extension Fund. Toronto; July 12 1887, 4p. Shelf no. 3503
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Fifty-Fourth Report ... Presented at the Annual Meeting held May 3, 1887. Toronto; 1887, 47p. Shelf no. 3502.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Fifty-Second Report ... Presented at the Annual Meeting held April 14, 1885.  Toronto; 1885, 40p. Shelf no. 3501.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Forty-Eighth Report ... Presented at the Annual Meeting held May 10, 1881.  Toronto; 1881, 54p. Shelf no. 3500.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society. The Forty-First Report ... Presented at the Annual Meeting held April 13, 1874.  Toronto; 1874, 45p. Shelf no. 3499.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society. The Thirty Second Report ... Presented at the Annual Meeting Held February 22, 1865.  Toronto; 1865, 52p. Shelf no. 3496.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Thirty-Seventh Report ... Presented at the Annual Meeting held May 3, 1870. Toronto; 1870, 64p. Shelf no. 3498.
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Thirty-Sixth Report .... Presented at the Annual Meeting Held April 7, 1869.  Toronto: 1869, 62p. Shelf no. 3497.

Waring, Charles D. A History of Loyal Orange Lodge No. 93, Woodstock, Ontario, 1883-1933. Woodstock; The Sentinel-Review Press [1933?] 8p. Shelf no. 3674.
Warner, Clarence M. A Home for the Ontario Historical Society.  N.p. 1912, 8p. Offprint from Queen’s Quarterly. Shelf no. 3017.
Women’s Christian Temperance Union.  We Can Tell You; A W.C.T.U. Flower Mission Playlet.  London, Ontario; Canadian W.C.T.U Literature Depository, n.d. 8p. Shelf no. 3619.
Workers’ Educational Association. Vital Facts, Information. Toronto; Workers’ Education Association, N.d. 8p. Shelf no. 3184.
Young Men’s Christian Association Rooms 1885-6. Ottawa: Young Men’s Christian Association Rooms, 1886, 12p. Shelf no. 3215.
Zetland Lodge, A.F. & A.M., no. 326, G.R.C. By-Laws of Zetland Lodge. To Which is Appended a Concise History of the Lodge... Toronto, J. Bennett Co., 1937, 32p. Shelf no. 3822.

SONG BOOKS
Plunkett, M.W. Capt. Come Back Old Pal, Reviens Petite Amie. Toronto: Leo Feist, Inc. 1923, 6p. Shelf no. 3354.

SPAIN – HISTORY – 20TH CENTURY
Bethune, Norman.  The Wounds. Guelph: Alive Press, n.d. 35p. Shelf no. 3595.
Canada’s Adopted Children.  Toronto; Canadian Committee to Aid Spanish Democracy, 1938?, 21p. Shelf no. 3424.
Dimitroff, Georgi. Spain’s Year of War. Toronto: New Era Publishers, 1937, 14p. Shelf no. 3423.
Krehm, William. Spain: Revolution and Counter-Revolution. Toronto: The League for a Revolutionary Workers’ Party, n.d. 56p. Shelf no. 3156.
MacLeod, A.A. & Harry F.Ward. Spain’s Democracy Talks to Canada. Toronto: Canadian League Against War and Fascism, 1937?, 16p. Shelf no. 3425.
Unity for Spain; Correspondence between the Communist International and the Labour Socialist International, June-July 1937.  Toronto; New Era Publishers, 1937, 15p. Shelf no. 3422.

STEEL COMPANY OF CANADA
The Stelco Strike of ’81: how the deals were made. Toronto: Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin Institute. 1981, 27p. Shelf no. 3786.

STRIKES AND LOCKOUTS
Commonwealth Plywood: Une Lutte Pour La Dignite. Montreal: Le Service d’Information de la CSN, c. 1977, 32p. Shelf no. 3417.
King, W.L. Mackenzie. The Canadian Method of Preventing Strikes and Lock Outs. New York: Railway Business Association, 1912, 20p. Shelf no. 2954.
The Stelco Strike of ’81: how the deals were made. Toronto: Marx, Engels, Lenin, Stalin Institute. 1981, 27p. Shelf no. 3786.
Tremblay, Gisele, Fernand Robidoux & Guy Bisaillon, editors. Une Greve, Leur Greve, Notre Greve, La Greve. Montreal: no publisher given, c. 1975, 93p. Shelf no. 3418.

STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE (SNCC)
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee [SNCC]. History. N.p., n.d., 4p. Shelf no. 3754.

STUDENT PEACE MOVEMENTS
Morrison, Jean. Adventure in Berlin.  Toronto: Youth Friendship League, n.d. 26p. Shelf no. 3161.

STUDENTS POLITICAL ACTIVITY
Canadian Labour Party.  Keep It (Capitalism) Canadian. McMaster SM (1960s) 8p. Shelf no. 3586.
Dewart, Robert, John Hamburger, Mike Naemsch. On Strike: New College. Toronto; University of Toronto Worker-Student Alliance, 1970, 21p. Shelf no. 3598.
Gordon, Fred. SDS Work-In Toward a Worker-Student Alliance. Printed by McMaster SM, iii, 31p., 1968. Shelf no. 3585.
Niagara Youth Movement. The Peninsula Student. St. Catharines; September 1969, 6p. Shelf no. 3495.
Students for a Democratic Society.  Untitled [Cover Page Missing]. Toronto; 1973, 12p. Shelf no. 3458.
Toronto Student Movement. The Student Movement and Class Politics. Toronto: n.d. 10p. Shelf no. 3596.
Toronto Student Movement. Summer Education Courses – Prospectus. Toronto: 1969, 8p. Shelf no. 3573.

SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTIONS
Record of the proceedings of the Sabbath School Teachers’ Convention. Montreal, 1857, 41p. Shelf no. 3803.

SURVEYING – ONTARIO
Ontario Legislative Assembly. Réponse relative à l’exploration faite par M. Blaiklock du territoire entre Québec et le Lac Saint Jean. Toronto: Lovell et Gibson, 1850, 52p. Shelf no. 3074.

TARIFF – CANADA
Grierson, J.E. Make Employment in Canada by Restoring Ability to Buy. Winnipeg; n.d. 1935? 24p. Shelf no. 3480.

TARIFF – UNITED STATES
Friends of Domestic Industry. Journal of the Proceedings ... in General Convention met at the City of New York October 26, 1831.  Baltimore, 1831, 16p. Shelf no. 3558.

TAXATION – CANADA
Morton, Desmond. Are You Fed Up About Taxes? New Democratic Party; Ottawa, 1969, 12p. Shelf no. 3475.

TEMPERANCE
Belland, Lee. The Cost of Three Drinks. Reprinted by permission from the Toronto Daily Star, Dec 3rd, 1948. Toronto: 1948, 4p. Shelf no. 3755.
Carry, Rev. John. An Exposure to the Mischievous Perversions of Holy Scriptures in the National Temperance Society’s Publications. Toronto: Rowsell & Hutchinson, 1885, 81p. Shelf no. 3689.
Coburn, Rev. John. Alcohol and Human Well-Being; The Physical Mental Moral and Social Effects of the Beverage Use of Intoxicating Liquors. Toronto; United Church of Canada, 1926, 15p. Shelf no. 3612.
Galt Business men Against Local Option. Temperance Broadside, 1915, 1p. Issued by the Personal Liberty League of Ontario. Shelf no. 3618.
Howe, Hon. Joseph and Goldwin Smith. In Opposition to Prohibition and Coercion.  Toronto: 1898, 19p. Shelf no. 3625.
The Insanity Rate in Prohibition Territory. Temperance Broadside, 1912? 2p. Shelf no. 3615.
Local Option a Failure in Collingwood. Temperance Broadside, 1915, 1p. Issued by Personal Liberty League of Ontario. Shelf no. 3617.
Lucas, D.V. Four Temperance Songs, Music by Clarence Lucas. St. Catharines: D.V. Lucas, n.d. 5p. Shelf no. 3655.
McKay, Rev. W.A. An Appeal for the Scott Act.  Woodstock, Ontario, 1886, 32p. Shelf no. 3624.
Nickle, Hon. W.F. In the debate on the address in reply to the Speech from the Throne. February 17th, 1925. N.p. 1925, 36p. Shelf no. 3651.
Ontario Temperance Federation. All voters are responsible – how much? Includes extract from Rev. John W. McKelvey’s “The Pulpit”. Toronto: Ontario Temperance Federation, n.d. 2p. Shelf no. 3788.
Ontario Temperance Federation. Hospitality – make it safe. Toronto, Ontario Temperance Foundation, n.d. 2p. Shelf no. 3789.
Ontario Temperance Federation. Those Pressures. Toronto, Ontario Temperance Federation, n.d. 3p. Shelf no. 3791.
Ontario Temperance Federation, Educational Committee. Who ... me? Toronto, Ontario Temperance Federation, n.d., 3p. Shelf no. 3783.
A Primer on Alcohol. Published by Department of Christian Education, The Canadian Council of Churches. N.p., 1949, 16p. Shelf no. 3756.
Smith, Goldwin. Temperance versus Prohibition. Toronto; C. Blackett Robinson, 1885, 36p. Shelf no. 3613.
Smith-Ross, J. Temperance and Realism. Toronto, 1944, 48p. Shelf no. 3701.
A Statement by the Distillers of Canada. N.p., n.d., 16p. Shelf no. 3652.
Tommy, the Tipsy Tabby. Based on a Study by Jules Massernian and adapted by Robert R. Robinson for the Alcoholism Research Foundation, Toronto. Toronto, 1955, 28p. Shelf no. 3748.
A Typical Prohibition Exaggeration. Temperance broadside, 1914, 2p. Issued by the Personal Liberty League of Ontario. Shelf no. 3616.
Why Abstain? Toronto: United Church of Canada, 1939, 6p. Shelf no. 3785.

TEMPERANCE – STUDY AND TEACHING
General Directions: intermediate-senior. For the National Temperance Study Course for Sunday Schools, 1945. N.p. 1945, 32p. Shelf no. 3782.
Scotford, John R. Building temperance in the home. Toronto, 1940, 6p. Shelf no. 3784.

TEMPERANCE MOVEMENTS
Bands of Hope. Manual for Bands of Hope, Containing Rules, Ritual and Odes.  Halifax: Grand Scribe Committee on Juvenile Organizations, 1887, 39p. Shelf no. 3301.
Bands of Hope. Rules, Ritual and Odes, Revised Editions and Melodies for Bands of Hope and Other Temperance Organization. Halifax: Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1875, 70p. Shelf no. 3314.
Cadets of Temperance. Constitution, By-Laws and Rules of Section No Cadets of Temperance of the Province of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Nova Scotia Printing Company 1874, 28p. Shelf no. 3302.
Cadets of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of the Grand Section of Cadets of Temperance of the Province of Nova Scotia. Halifax: Cadets of Temperance, 1875, 16p. Shelf no. 3303.
Carter, Henry. In This Generation, A Call to Youth Canadian Edition. Toronto: The United Church of Canada, 1928, 96p. Shelf no. 3284.

Chief Electoral Officer. Instructions of the ... for a vote to be taken on a Question submitted under the Canada Temperance Act in the Province of Ontario on the 18th April 1921...Ottawa: Chief Electoral Officer, 1921, 1818p. Shelf no. 3006.
Dominion Alliance. Dominion Alliance Manifesto.N.p. 1902, 7p. Shelf no. 3963.
Dominion Alliance. Minutes of the annual meeting of the Ontario Branch .. 1900. Toronto: Newton & Treloar, 1900, 44p. Shelf no. 3959.
Dominion Prohibition Liquor Law Convention. Held in Montreal on the 15th, 16th and 17th of September 1875. Montreal: Printed by John Wilson 1875, 32p. Shelf no. 2912.
Foster, George E. The Canada Temperance manual and prohibitionist handbook. Montreal; “Witness” Printing House, 1884, 116p. Shelf no. 2923.
Hodges, S.W. Manual of Business for Sons of Temperance. Third Edition. Boston: Samuel W. Hodges, 1877, 24p. Shelf no. 3319.

Hodges, Samuel W.  Manual of Decisions of the National Division of the Sons of Temperance of North America, 4th ed. Boston: Sons of Temperance, 1873, 48p. Shelf no. 3316.
Independent Order of Good Templars. Constitution and By-Laws of Coudersport Lodge. No. 153 of the Independent Order of Good Templars Adopted 1853.  Coudersport: Independent Order of Good Templars, 1853, 24p. Shelf no. 3313.
Ligue Antialcoolique de Montreal. Contre l’Alcohoolisme (Premier rapport annuel) 1909-1912 ... Sa foundation, ses résultats ses espérances. Montreal: La Ligue Antialcoolique De Montreal, 1913, 15p. Shelf no. 3097.
Ligue Antialcoolique de Montreal. ... Suggestions et amendements presents a la Commission Royale ... Remarques Preliminaries (Extrait). Montreal: Ligue Antialcoolique de Montreal, 1912, 9p. Shelf no. 3098.

List of Municipalities of the province of Quebec, showing... the municipalities in which a prohibitory by-law is in force . Quebec: 1911, 47p. Shelf no. 3100.
McKay, Rev. W. A. An appeal for the Scott Act ... also a bible reading on temperance and prohibition. Toronto: Guardian Printing Office, 1883, 32p. Shelf no. 2913.
New York State Temperance Society. The temperance almanac for the year ... 1836: adapted to all parts of the United States and Canada. Albany: Packard & Van Benthuysen. 1836, 24p. Shelf no. 3375.
The Ontario Election Act....1918 and Amendments and the Temperance Referendum Act, 1919. Toronto: A. T. Wilgress, 1919, 151p. Shelf no. 3014.
Quebec Temperance League.  Report of the proceedings of the first annual meeting held at Montreal, February 21, 22 and 23, 1871. Montreal: Longmoore and Wilson, 1871, 32p. Shelf no. 3953.
Richardson, C. Gordon. Alcohol; A Defence of its Temperate Use. Toronto; National Liberal Temperance Union, 1888, 43, 61, v, pp. Shelf no. 3622.
Royal Templars. Trumpet notes for the temperance battlefield. Hamilton: Royal Templar Book & Pub. House, 1889. 205p. Shelf no. 3977.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of Home Division, No 69, Sons of Temperance, Instituted at Smith’s Cove, Digby County, December 5, 1860. Halifax: Sons of Temperance, 1864, 30p. Shelf no. 3308.

Sons of Temperance. Constitution By-Laws and Rules of No Surrender Division Number Twenty Four, Sons of Temperance of the Province of New Brunswick. Saint John N.B: Sons of Temperance, 1852, 24p. Shelf no. 3305.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of Randall Division No. 231, Sons of Temperance, Instituted at New Tusket, Digby Co. Oct 14, 1865.  Halifax: Sons of Temperance, 1867, 30p. Shelf no. 3307.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution Code of Laws and By-Laws of Subordinate Divisions of the Sons of Temperance of Nova Scotia. N.p.: The Grand Division of the Nova Scotia, 1884, 36p. Shelf no. 3306.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of the Grand Division of Nova Scotia, Together with Constitution Code of Laws and By-Laws of Hope Division, no. 154. Sons of Temperance, Located at Grand Division of Nova Scotia. Halifax: the Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1875, 48p. Shelf no. 3309.
Sons of Temperance.  Constitution and Rules of Order of the Grand Division of the Sons of Temperance, State of Massachusetts. Instituted June 12, 1844. Boston: Sons of Temperance, 1876, 24p. Shelf no. 3317. Sons of Temperance. Constitution and By-Laws of the Grand Division, Sons of Temperance of Nova Scotia. Instituted at Yarmouth, N.S. April 22, 1848. N.p. The Grand Division of Nova Scotia, 1885, 32p. Shelf no. 3311.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, By Laws and Rules, of Union Division Number Six, Sons of Temperance, of the Province of Nova Scotia. Saint John, N.B: Sons of Temperance, 1850, 22p. Shelf no. 3310.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution, Code of Laws, and By Laws of Old Bay State Division, No. 32, Sons of Temperance.  Boston: Samuel W. Hodges, M.W.W, 1878, 24p. Shelf no. 3318.
Sons of Temperance. Constitution for District Divisions of Sons of Temperance, to be recommended to the National Division, for approval at the Annual Session of 1887. N.p.: The National Division of North America, 1887, 10p. Shelf no. 3315.
Sons of Temperance. Handbook for Sons of Temperance, containing a Manual of Business and a Digest of Decisions of the National Division. Revised Edition. Halifax: National Division of North America, 1887, 64p. Shelf no. 3312.

Temperance Convention Digby County. Constitution By Laws and Rules of Order, of the Digby County Temperance Convention. Digby: Digby County Temperance Convention 1865, 10p. Shelf no. 3304.
Toronto Temperance Reformation Society. Begin Right; or, Facts in Figures for the People to the Rate-Payers and Other Citizens of Toronto. Toronto; Toronto Temperance Circulating Library, 1864, 12p. Shelf no. 3623.
Unruh, Ada W. An Open Letter to Mothers and Teachers. N.p. W.C.T.U., n.d. 4p. Shelf no. 3636.
Voeux du premier Congres de Temperance de Quebec. Montreal: Oeuvre des Tracts, 1939. 16p. Shelf no. 4005.
Who is the rumseller? Scott Act Leaflet No.3. N.p. n.d. 4p. Shelf no. 3637.
Willoughby, J. An essay on the importance of combined efforts in the cause of total abstinence from intoxicating beverage. Amherst, N.S. 1872, 16p. Shelf no. 2919.
Women’s Christian Temperance Union. We Can Tell You: A W.C.T.U Flower Mission Playlet. London, Ontario: Canadian W.C.T.U Literature Depository, n.d., 8p. Shelf no. 3619.
Wood-Allen, Mary. Confidential relations between mothers and daughters. Toronto: W.C.T.U. n.d. 4p. Shelf no. 3635.

TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES
Charbonneau, Louis. Lacordaire Movement. An address … at the National Convention of the Canadian Temperance Federation, Montreal, Dec. 2, 1953. Toronto, Canadian Temperance Federation, 1953, 3p. Shelf no. 3792
Independent Order of Good Templars. Constitutions … Act of Incorporation and By-Laws of the Grand Lodge of Canada. Toronto: Daniel Rose and Son, 1898, 72p. Shelf no. 3629.
The Ontario Temperance Federation. Following your temperance dollars. Toronto, Ontario Temperance Federation, n.d. 4p. Shelf no. 3790.

TEXTBOOKS
The Catholic School Book, Containing Easy and Familiar Lessons for the Instruction of Youth of Both Sexes, in the English Language and the Paths of True Religion and Virtue. Montreal: C.O. Beauchemin and Valois, Booksellers. N.d. 153p. Shelf no. 3341.

THEATRE
Capitol Theatre. Movie Programme – Gone with the Wind. Hamilton: Capitol Theatre, n.d. Shelf no. 3325.
Convocation Hall, McMaster University, Hamilton Theatre Programme, Clouds. Hamilton: McMaster University, n.d. 1p. Shelf no. 3323.
Grand Opera House, Hamilton. Theatre Programmes. Hamilton: Grand Opera House, n.d. 3p. The Barretts of Wimpole Street. The King’s Messenger. Too True to be Good. Shelf no. 3321.
The Hamilton Celebrity Concerts, Hamilton. Theatre Programme – Sergei Rachmaninoff. Hamilton: The Hamilton Celebrity Concerts, 1940, 1p. Shelf no. 3324.
Palace Theatre, Hamilton. Theatre and Movie Programmes. Hamilton: Palace Theatre, n.d. The Life of Emile Zola, Love for Love, Plays by William Shakespeare. Shelf no. 3322.
Savoy Theatre, Hamilton. Theatre and Movie Programmes. Hamilton: Savoy Theatre, n.d. Ti-coq, Festival of Irish Comedies, Whiteoaks, Nights Must Fall, Charles The King, The Desert Song. Shelf no. 3320.

TORONTO – CHURCH HISTORY
The Church Chronicle Extra. Toronto: Church Society of the Diocese of Toronto, 1865, 23p. Shelf no. 3353.
Robertson’s Popular Library Series. Toronto, Sketches in city churches. Reprinted from the Evening Telegram. Toronto: J. Ross Robertson, 1886, 146p. Shelf no. 3015.
Scadding, Henry. Not many fathers. A letter addressed to a pewholder of St. James Church. Toronto: 1882, 5p. Shelf no. 3980.
Toronto Sabbath School Union. Report and Proceedings of the First Annual Meeting… Toronto; Maclear Thomas & Co. 1857, 10p. Shelf no. 2979.

TORONTO – DESCRIPTION
Feed, Norman (Alderman). What’s Happening in Your City Hall? Toronto; n.p. n.d. 3p. Shelf no. 3241.
The Heliconian 1888-1938. Toronto, 1938. 92p. Shelf no. 2915.
The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority. Pioneer Village, Black Creek Conservation Area.  Toronto; The Metropolitan Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (n.d.) folder. Shelf no. 3045.
Robertson’s Popular Library Series. [Toronto] Sketches in City Churches. Reprinted from the Evening
Telegram. Toronto: J. Ross Robertson 1886, 145p. Shelf no. 3015.
Scadding, Henry. Brief memoir of the Old French Fort at Toronto. Toronto: 884, 7p. Shelf no. 3978.
Toronto and Yorks Committee. Lessons of the Toronto Civic Elections. (Resolution of the ..., adopted following the Elections of December, 1950). [Toronto]: Toronto and York Committee, [1952], 5p. Shelf no. 3249
Toronto District Labour Council. Official Labour Day Souvenir Programme. Canadian National Exhibition. Toronto, September 2nd, 1935. Toronto: Toronto District Labour Council, [1935], 60p. Shelf no. 3104

TORONTO – GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS
Royal Ontario Museums (R.O.M.). R.O.M. Guide. Toronto: [R.O.M.][n.d.] Folder. Shelf no. 2993

TORONTO – HOTELS, TAVERNS ETC.
Toronto Temperance Reformation Society. Begin Right; or, Facts in Figures for the People to the Rate-Payers and Other Citizens of Toronto. Toronto: Toronto Temperance Circulating Library, [1864], 12p. Shelf no. 3623

TORONTO- POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT
New Democratic Party. Municipal Programme. Toronto: 1969, 46p. Shelf no. 3474

TORONTO – TRINITY COLLEGE
Anglican Church of Canada. The Judgments of the Canadian Bishops on the Documents submitted to them by the Corporation of Trinity College in Relation to the Theological teaching of the College. Toronto: Rowsell & Ellis, 1863, 26p. Shelf no. 3551

TRACT SOCIETIES
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society. Letter of Appeal- Colportage Extension Fund. Toronto: July 12 1887, 4p. Shelf no. 3503
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Forty-Eighth Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held May 10, 1881. Toronto: 1881, 54p. Shelf no. 3500  
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Forty-First Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held April 13, 1874. Toronto: 1874, 45p. Shelf no. 3499  
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Forty-Fourth Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held May 3, 1887. Toronto: 1887, 47p. Shelf no. 3502
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Fifty-Second Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held April 14, 1885. Toronto: 1885, 40p. Shelf no. 3501
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Thirty-Second Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held February 22, 1865. Toronto: 1865, 52p. Shelf no. 3496
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Thirty-Seventh Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held May 3, 1870. Toronto: 1870, 64p. Shelf no. 3498
Upper Canada Religious Tract and Book Society.  The Thirty-Sixth Report...Presented at the Annual Meeting held April 7, 1869. Toronto: 1869, 62p. Shelf no. 3497

TRADE UNIONS
Abel, I.W. Labor’s Role in Building a better Society. Pittsburgh: United Steelworkers of America, [1972], 31p. Shelf no. 3677
Amalgamated Civil Servants of Canada. Constitution of the Amalgamated Civil Servants of Canada. As Amended September 12, 1929. Ottawa, [1929]. 20p. Shelf no. 3715
Cahan, Jacqueline F. A Survey of the Political Activities of the Ontario Labour Movement, 1850-1935. Toronto: University of Toronto, 1945, [102p]. Shelf no. 3201
Canada Dept. Of Labour. Library Historical document file on microfiche. (pamphlets). 69p. Shelf no. 3197
Canadian Labour Congress. Memorandum to the Government of Canada. Ottawa: Mutual Press Ltd., 1963, 38p. Shelf no. 3681

Canadian Labour Congress. Political Action by Canadian Labour. Ottawa: Canadian Labour Congress, [1944][16p]. Shelf no. 3190
Canadian Labour Defense League. Workers Solidarity Against Fascism. Stop Hitler’s Horrors! Toronto: National Executive Committee- Canadian Defense League, 1933, [16p]. Shelf no. 3173  
Canadian Tribune. The cases for Labour. Text of Memorandum Presented to the National War Labour Board of Inquiry on Labour Relations. Toronto: Canadian tribune Publishing Co. [1943], 47p. Shelf no. 3136
Centrale des Syndicats Démocratiques. La CSD. Quebec: Centrale des Syndicates Démocratiques, 1972, 24p. Shelf no. 3080
Colby, Mel. Data on the Canadian Labour Movement (up to D.B.U.). [n.p.]: N.T.S., 1946, 9p. Shelf no. 3251

Devine, Williams. The Exiles Within. Toronto: The Toronto UE Retirees Union, [1976], 56p. Shelf no. 3099
Ferris, John. Algoma’s Industrial and Trade Union Development. Sault Ste. Marie: For the author, n.d. 122p. Shelf no. 3644
Jackson, C.S. UE Canada. 30 Years- 1937-1967. [n.p.]: United Electrical Union of Canada, [1967]. 41p. Shelf no. 3102
Kashtan, William . The High Cost of Red Baiting. [n.p.]: Trade Union Department. Labor-Progressive Party, 1948, 3p. Shelf no. 3276
Kates, Ben. The T.U.E.L., T.U.U.L. and W.V.L. Toronto: [n.p.], 1946, 1p. Shelf no. 3274

Labor-Progressive Party. The Trade Unions in the Struggle for Peace and a Higher Standard of Life. Draft Resolution, 2nd National Convention. June 1-5, 1946. [n.p.]: [1946], 11p. Shelf no. 3280
Lazarus, Morden. The long winding road. Vancouver: The Boag Foundation, 1977, 103p. Shelf no. 4022
Levinson, Ester. Catholic Trade Unions. [n.d.][n.d.], 3p. Shelf no. 3273
Staniskis, H. Questions Onvrieres et Sociales. Quebec: en Vente au Patronage de Levis, 1918, [92p.] Shelf no. 3117
Toronto District Labour Council. Official Labour Day Souvenir Programme, Canadian National Exhibition. Toronto, September 2nd, 1935. Toronto: Toronto District Labour Council, [1935], 60p. Shelf no. 3104

Trade Union Rights Committee. Quebec labour battles for the right to organize. Montreal, 1953, 16p. Shelf no. 3954
The Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. ...and its Policies on Employment, Unemployment and Underemployment. 1883-1931...Forty-Seventh Annual Convention, Vancouver, 1931. Vancouver: The Trade and Labor Congress of Canada, 1931, 23p. Shelf no. 3175
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. Constitution of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada and By-Laws. Revised to October 1, 1941. Ottawa, [1941?], 33p. Shelf no. 3714
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. Constitution of the Trades and Labor Congress of Canada and By-Laws. Revised to October 1, 1941. Ottawa, [1941?], 33p. Shelf no. 3714

Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. Memorandum to the government of Canada. [n.p.]: 1952, 47p. Shelf no. 3641
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada. Memorandum to the government of Canada. [n.p.]: 1953, 39p. Shelf no. 3640
United Electrical Union. UE 20th Annual Convention. Nov 1-4. 1956. [n.p.]: The United Electrical Union, [1956], 45p. Shelf no. 3101
Canadian Trade Union. We were there. Report of the ten Canadian trade Unionists who visited the Soviet Union in 1951. Toronto: Canadian Trade Union Delegation to the Soviet Union, 1951, [64p]. Shelf no. 3182
White, Brian J. Turmoil in the Woods. Grand Falls: Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company Ltd., 1959, 31p. Shelf no. 3645

Wilson, Idele L. Union Security. Toronto: Workers’ Educational Association, 1944, 64p. Shelf no. 3654
Wilson, Idele L. Union Security. Closed Shop Maintenance of Membership, Preferential Shop, Union Shop. Toronto: Workers’ Educational Association, 1944, 64p. Shelf no. 3183
Workers’ Educational Association of Canada. The Trade Unionist’s Handbook. Toronto: Workers’ Educational Association, [n.d.][48p]. Shelf no. 3187
Workers Party of Canada. Resolution of Policy Towards Labour Unions. Adopted at the Constituent Convention of...Feb 21-22, 1922. [n.p.]: The Workers Party of Canada, [1922], 2p. Shelf no. 3231

TRANSPORTATION – MONTREAL
Conseil Ouvrier de Transport. Manifeste Pour Une Politique Ouvriere du Trabsport a Montreal. Montreal: 1972, 10p. Shelf no. 3436
Montreal de Liberation du Taxi. Un Autre Pas Vers La: Regie du Taxi. Montreal: [n.d.], 12p. Shelf no. 3434
Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. 4316 Taxis Demandes. Montreal: [1968], [2p]. Shelf no. 3433
Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. L’Industrie du taxi a Montreal. Montreal: [1968], [43p]. Shelf no. 3431
Mouvement de Liberation du Taxi. Rapport de la Corporation de Montreal Metropolitan: Document I. Montreal: 1961, 10p. Shelf no. 3430
12,000 Chauffeirs de Taxi Peuvent-ils Avoir Tort? Montreal: [1968], [4p]. Shelf no. 3432

UKRAINIANS IN CANADA
Bogomolets, Alexander. Soviet Ukraine and Ukraino-German nationalists in Canada. Bound with Dirty Hands off the Ukraine by Pavlo Tychyna. Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian Association, [1943?], 15p. Shelf no. 3917
Davies, Raymond Arthur. “This is Our Land.” Ukrainian Canadians Against Hitler. Toronto: Progress Books, 1943, 158p. Shelf no. 3134
Tychyna, Pavlo. Dirty hands off the Ukraine. Bound with Soviet Ukraine and Ukraino-German Nationalists in Canada by Alexander Bogomolets. Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian Association, [1943], 11p. Shelf no. 3817
Weir, John. Bard of Ukraine. An Introduction to the Life and Works of Tara Shevchenko. Toronto: Association of United Ukrainian Canadians, 1951, 64p. Shelf no. 3181

UNDERDEVELOPED AREAS
Development Education Centre. Underdevelopment in Canada D.E.C. File 2. Toronto: Hogtown Press, [1974], 20 items (folder of articles). Shelf no. 2955

UNEMPLOYED – WINNIPEG
Socialist Party of Canada, Winnipeg Local No. 3. Unemployment. [Winnipeg]: [1940s?], 1p. Shelf no. 3567

UNEMPLOYMENT
Humphreys, Ewart G. Building A Mass Unemployment Movement. Toronto: National Committee of Unemployed Councils, 1933, 32p. Shelf no. 3415

UNITED CHURCH OF CANADA
Atkinson, Mrs. G.D. The Women’s Missionary Society of the United Church of Canada. Did You Know? 1925-1935. Toronto: Woman’s Missionary Society, [1935]. 14p. Shelf no. 4014
Carter, Henry. In This Generation A Call to Youth (Canadian Edition). Toronto: The United Church of Canada, 1928, [96p.]. Shelf no. 3284\
Sargent, Hartley. Metropolitan United Church, Victoria, B.C.-1859-1979. [Victoria, B.C.?], [1979], 32p. Shelf no. 3838
Suggested by-laws. For Auxiliaries, Presbyterial Societies and Conference Branches of the Women’s Missionary Society of the United Church of Canada. [n.p.], [n.d.], 11p. Shelf no. 3816
United Church of Canada. Atlas of the United Church of Canada: the Missionary and Maintenance Fund. N.p., n.d., 30p. Shelf no. 3729
United Church of Canada. Statement of Faith...by Seventh General Council. Toronto: The Board of Evangelism and Social services of the United Church of Canada, 1940, 8p. Shelf no. 3223
Women’s Missionary Society of the United Church of Canada. Suggestions to Secretaries of Literature. Toronto: The United Church of Canada, [n.d.], 7p. Shelf no. 3035

UNITED NATIONS
Savage, Lorna (ed.). The Nations Have Declared. Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1944, 28p. Shelf no. 3460

U.S. – FOREIGN RELATIONS – CANADA
Leacock, Stephen. All Right, Mr. Roosevelt (Canada and the United States). Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1939, 40p. Shelf no. 3884

U.S. – POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT – 1867-1896
Hoar, George F. Government in Canada and the United States Compared. From proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society at the semi-annual meeting, April 29th, 1891. Massachusetts: 1891, 25p. Shelf no. 3733

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES- CANADA
National Conference of Canadian Universities on Post-War Problems. Report. Adopted at the meeting held at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ont. June 13th, 1944. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, [1944], 72p. Shelf no. 4054
Niagara Youth Movement. The Peninsula Student. St. Catharines: September 1969, 6p. Shelf no. 3495
Ryerson Institute of Technology. Calendar for 1949-1950. Toronto: Ryerson Institute of Technology, [1949], 40p. Shelf no. 3335

UNIVERSITÉ DE MONTREAL
AGEUM. Refus d’Une Participation Fantome. [Montreal]: [AGEUM], [n.d.], [poster]. Shelf no. 3204

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
Dewart, Robert; John Hamburger; Mike Naemsch. On Strike! New College. Toronto: University of Toronto Worker-Student Alliance, [1970], 21p. Shelf no. 3598
Toronto Student Movement. The Student Movement and Class Politics. Toronto: n.d., 10p. Shelf no. 3596
Worker-Student Alliance, University of Toronto. Women’s Liberation and Class Politics. Toronto: University of Toronto Worker-Student Alliance, [c. 1964], 8p. Shelf no. 3597

UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO – STUDENTS
Students for a Democratic Society. Untitled [Cover Page Missing]. Toronto: [1973], 12p. Shelf no. 3458
Bossin, Bob. Report of the Education Consultant. Toronto: n.d. [c.1969-70], 15p. Shelf no. 3452

VIETNAM WAR
Buck, Tim, Rea Murphy, Maurice Rush. Vietnam: Eyewitness Report. Toronto: Communist Party of Canada, 1966, 22p. Shelf no. 3592
Murphy, Rea. Vietnam: Impressions of a People’s War. Toronto: Canadian Tribune, 1967, 31p. Shelf no. 3591

WAGES – CANADA
Waisglass, Harry J. Toward equitable income distribution: some social and economic
considerations for union wage policy. United Steelworkers of America, National Office for Canada, 1966, 54p. Shelf no. 3801

WALES – LITERATURE
Jones, John M. Welsh Writers of Today. Philadelphia: 1970, 28p. Shelf no. 3557

WAR
Pouderoux, General Georges. War is not Inevitable! Toronto: Canadian League Against War and Fascism, 1936, 17p. Shelf no. 3409

WAR MEASURES ACT
Walsh, Samuel J. L’Unite Contre Repression. Montreal: Travailleur Benevole, 1971, [16p]. Shelf no. 3404

WAR WORK
Canadian Red Cross Society. Red Cross Knitting instructions for war work: no. 2 knitted comforts for women. Toronto: 1940, 24p. Shelf no. 3907
Canadian Red Cross Society. Selected Civilian Knitting Instructions for Women and Children. [Toronto], [1940], 56p. Shelf no. 3908

WATERFORD, ONTARIO
Pearce, F.M. Early days in Waterford. [n.p.], October, 1941, 20p. Shelf no. 2896

WOMEN- EMPLOYMENT
Seifer, Nancy. Equal Rights and Working Class Women. New York: Institute of Human Relations, 1974. [8p]. Shelf no. 2951

WOMEN IN CANADA
Edwards, Henrietta Muir. Legal Status of Canadian Women. Calgary: The Herald Job Printing Co. Ltd., 1908, 61p. Shelf no. 2952
Tessier, Albert. Le Femme dan l’Histoire de Canada pour Survivre. Janvier 1944. Quebec: Le Comité Permanent de le Survivance Françoise en Amerique. Université Laval, 1944, 48p. Shelf no. 3084

WOMEN’S LIBERATION MOVEMENT
Benson, Margret. The Political Economy of Women’s Liberation. Toronto: Hogtown Press, [1969], 11p. Shelf no. 3575
Bernstein, Judy, Peggy Morton, Linda Seese, Myrna Wood. Sisters, Brothers, Lovers...Listen...Toronto: New Left Committee, n.d., 13p. Shelf no. 3566
Morton, Peggy. They are burning they are burning effigies. Toronto: Hogtown Press, n.d., 27p. Shelf no. 3576
Worker-Student Alliance, University of Toronto. Women’s Liberation and Class Politics. Toronto: University of Toronto Worker-Student Alliance. [c.1964], 8p. Shelf no. 3597

WOODSWORTH, J.S.
Bell, Russell. What to do about Tight Money. Toronto: Ontario Woodsworth Memorial Foundation, 1959, 8p. Shelf no. 3332
Woodsworth, J.S. “Following The Gleam” A Modern Pilgrim’s Progress. [Ottawa]: [n.p.], [1926], 20p. Shelf no. 2936

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945
Biggar, Oliver Mowat. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 14. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 20, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3773
Boothe, Clare. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 8. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Sept. 8, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3766
Boyer, Richard O. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 16. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 3, 1940...n.p., [1940], 3p. Shelf no. 3775
Campbell, Gerald. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 15. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 27, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3774
Carr, Sam. The Face of the Enemy. Toronto: Progress Books, 1943, 64p. Shelf no. 3605

Casgrain, Therese. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 2. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 15, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3770
Chipman, Warwick. War and Peace Aims. Address at the Canadian Club of Winnipeg on December 18, 1939. League of Nations Society in Canada. N.p., [1939], 24p. Shelf no. 3716
Dafoe, John W. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 13. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 13, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3772
Dobb, Maurice. Soviet Economy and the War. Toronto: Progress Books, [1941], 95p. Shelf no. 3606
Dutt, R. Palme. The War and the People. Toronto: New Era Publishing, 1939, 15p. Shelf no. 3406

Gardiner, James G. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 17. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 17, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3776
Godbout, Adelard. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 19. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 24, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3778
Halton, Matthew. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 10. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Sept. 22, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3768
Hilton, James. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 9. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Sept. 15, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3767
Hunt, Lawrence. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 12. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Oct. 6, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3771

Kardish, Lieut. William. 1942, Year of Victory. Toronto: Dominion Communist-Labour Total War Committee, 1942, 29p. Shelf no. 3609
Knight, Eric. They Don’t Want Swamps and Jungles. Ottawa: Director of Public Information, [1942], 11p. Shelf no. 3484
Kuczynski, J. And M. Witt. The Economics of Barbarism. Toronto: Progress Books, [1942], 64p. Shelf no. 3607
McDonald, H.F. Veterans of the present War. An address:...before the Montreal Rotary Club...November 4, 1941. Ottawa: Public Information, 1941, 19p. Shelf no. 3638
Muniford, Lewis. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 20. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 1, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3779

Norman, Howard. What about Japanese Canadians? Vancouver: Vancouver Consultative Council, [1945], 31p. Shelf no. 3694
Philip, Percy J. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 21. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec. 8, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3780
Savage, Leno (ed.) The Nations Have Declared. Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, 1944, 28p. Shelf no. 3460
Sinnott, Alfred A., Archbishop of Winnipeg. A Letter...to “Dear Catholic Parents.” [Toronto]: The Gospel Witness and Protestant Adovcate, [1944], [2p.]. Shelf no. 3690
Stalin, Marshal Joseph. Order of the day. Toronto: Progress Books, [1944], 126p. Shelf no. 3599

Tychyna, Pavlo. Dirty hands off the Ukraine. Bound with Soviet Ukraine and Ukraino-German Nationalists in Canada by Alexander Bogomolets. Toronto: Ukrainian Canadian Association, [1943], 11p. Shelf no. 3817
United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America. We Produce for the Second Front and Victory. Toronto: [1942], 32p. Shelf no. 3461
The USSR at War. Toronto: Progress Books, 1942, 48p. Shelf no. 3582
Van Loon, Hendrik Willem. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 18. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Nov. 10, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3777
Woollcott, Alexander. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 24. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...Dec 29, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3781

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – ECONOMIC ASPECTS
Ilsley, J.L. Speaking of Money and War: Extracts from a series of addresses...Sept. 3-18, 1941. [Ottawa]: [1941], [16p.]. Shelf no. 3879

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – LITERATURE AND THE WAR
Eisendrath, Maurice N. Reading in War-time. Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1941, 31p. Shelf no. 3876

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – PEACE
Dexter, Grant. Canada and the building of peace. Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, [1943], 144p. Shelf no. 3882

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – PERSONAL NARRATIVES
Clark, Gregory. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 3. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 4, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3760
Griffin, Frederick. Let’s Face the Facts, no. 4b. Address to the men and women of Canada...over a national network of the CBC...August 11, 1940...n.p., [1940], 4p. Shelf no. 3762

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – RELIGIOUS ASPECTS
Silcox, Claris Edwin. The war and religion. Toronto: Macmillan Co. of Canada, 1941, 30p. Shelf no. 3877

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – SUPPLIES
Canada at war, no. 17, August 1942. 4th supplement to Booklet no. 13. [Ottawa], 1942, 15p. Shelf no. 3875

WORLD WAR, 1939-1945 – WAR WORK
Labour Research Department. Fire Watching for Men and Women. London: Jordan-Gaskell, 1942, 16p. Shelf no. 3560
Labour Research Department. Fire Watching Up-To-Date; A Guide to the New Orders. London: Jordan-Gaskell, 1941. 16p. Shelf no. 3559

YOUTH – CONDUCT OF LIFE
Groulx, Lionel. Faites-Nous des Hommes. Preparations des Jeunes a leurs taches Prochaines. Montreal: Les Editions de la Jeunesse Independante Catholique, 1938, 32p. Shelf no. 3024

YOUTH MOVEMENT
Association Catholique de la jeunesse Canadienne-Française. Le Congres de la Jeunesse a Ottawa en 1910. Montreal: en ventre au “Semeur”, 1910, 146p. Shelf no. 3931
Association Catholique de la jeunesse Canadienne-Française. Secouons le joug. Montreal: A.C.J.C., 1923, 117p. Shelf no. 3948
Canadian Youth Congress. Declaration of Rights of Canadian Youth. Toronto: Continuations Committee, 1936, 16p. Shelf no. 3488
P., E.S. Congrès mondial de la Jeunesse. Montreal: Oeuvre des tracts, aôut 1938, 15p. Shelf no. 3932

ZIMBABWE
Sithole, Ndabaningi. In Defence of a Birthright. Toronto: Norman Bethune Institute, 1975, 79p. Shelf no. 3579

NOT SUBJECT CLASSIFIED
T.R . Pere P.-M. Gaudrault, O.P. Neutralite Non-Confessionnalite et L’école Sociale Populaire. Ottawa: Les Editions du Levrier, 1946. 60p. Shelf no. 2856
Bouvier, Emile. Jenuesse et Haute Politique. Montreal: Les Éditions de L’action Nationale, 1944. 30p. Shelf no. 2858
Reponse de M.L.O. Maille aux articles ‘Ou allons nous?’ et à M. L’abbé d’amour. Montreal: 1917. 14p. Shelf no. 2855
Les Vivants et les autres. Montreal: Librairie Ducharme. 15p. Shelf no. 2857.


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