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KEMP, Peter & Richard Ormond.
The Great Age of Sail. Maritime Artand Photography.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  New York & Oxford. Facts on File Publications. 1986.,  sq4to, 28x 23.5cm, 127p., with 136 b&w and 65 colour plates andillustrations, list of illustrations, glossary, index, full red cloth,a fine copy in fine complete jacket (as new) - A history of the sailingship illustrated by art and photography from the Picture Collections ofthe National Maritime Museum, Greenwich.
$35.00                          Book Number: 31343                         Order / Enquire

KEOUGH, Pat & Rosemarie
The Ottawa Valley Portfolio. Introduction by Robert Bateman.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Arnprior. Nahanni Productions. 1986.,  28 x 29.5cm, first edition, 178p., with 113 colour plates, white linen, a fine copy in fine jacket (s4)
$25.00                          Book Number: 26663                         Order / Enquire

Klein, Tom (Introduction by)
Reflections of the North.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto.Stoddart Publishing Company. 1991.,  folio, 30.5cm, 160p., mainly colourplates with some descriptive text from various authors, green cloth, afine copy in fine jacket (gar). Northern nature photography by two dozenphotographers.
$45.00                          Book Number: 35447                         Order / Enquire

LEDEUR, Jean Paul
The Thirties on the Bank of the Ottawa River. The French Embassy in Canada. /Les Annees 30 sur les Rives del'Outaouais . L'Ambassade de France au Canada.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa. Ministry ofForeign Affairs. 1993.,  Oblong 4to. 21x 30cm, 155p., numerousillustrations, including many in colour, double column (text in parallelFrench and English), 4 preliminary pages of ads, bibliography,illustrated wraps, fine. (on) A art book published on the restorationof the French Embassy in Ottawa. Includes 34 photographs by Ottawaphotographers, Philippe Landrevill and Yousuf Karsh. Karsh'scontributions include his three portraits in the French Embassy and hisself portrait.
$40.00                          Book Number: 31722                         Order / Enquire

LYONS, Marvin
Russia. In Original Photographs 1860-1920. Edited by Andrew Wheatcroft.
London and Henley. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1977.,  28.5cm, first edition, first printing, xii,212p., with 199 plates and photographs, black cloth, gilt titles, fine in very good to fine price clipped jacket (ewc)
$20.00                          Book Number: 12264                         Order / Enquire

Underwater Arctic Expeditions I and II. A Report on Summer 1970 and Winter 1971 Underwater Expeditions of the James A. MacInnis Foundation to the Canadian Arctic.
Toronto. The James A. MacInnis Foundation. Nd. [1972?].,  4to. 28cm, 66p., typescript, maps, spiral bound, presentation copy (ads). Finding, operations, equipment; underwater biology, geology, photography, audio, .
$52.50                          Book Number: 16288                         Order / Enquire

McCOMB, Stanley J.
The Preparation Of Photographic Prints For Medical Publication.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Springfield. Charles C. Thomas Publisher. 1950.,  21.5cm, 69p., illustrations from photographs, limp black fabrikoid, a fine copy (mmds)
$15.00                          Book Number: 21376                         Order / Enquire

McPHARLIN, Paul, (edited by)
Puppetry 1938. An International Yearbook of Puppets and Marionettes. Volume 9.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Detroit. Puppetry Imprints. 1938.,  Oblong 8vo, 15x 23cm, 86p., illustrated with photos & line drawings, book reviews, ads, quarter brick brown cloth backed printed (title stamped in white) grey paper over boards, fine (Kds). ~ The official yearbook of The Puppeteers of America. Articles include: puppets in Ireland; the voice of Punch; photographing puppets; puppets used to teach choreography in St. Petersburg 1898; a Mexican diary; and "A Puppet Show a Day" , travel notes by Paul McPharlin. With a list of American producers.
$200.00                          Book Number: 26974                         Order / Enquire

Repertoire des Photos du Canada.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Office National du Film du Canada. 1963.,  4to. 29cm, (c.350)p., single sided pages, over 3,000 photographs, bound in 2-ring binder, dark blue boards, gilt title on front, fine. Text in French. (Ds26). - A selection of more than 3,000 photographs from the 165,000 photos in the archives of the National Film Board collected from 1930 to 1963. The photos are of a variety of subjects but all are Canadian.
$25.00                          Book Number: 20652                         Order / Enquire

NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA, edited by Lorraine Monk
Canada/A Year of the Land.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa. Roger Duhamel, Queen's Printer. 1967.,  Oblong Folio. 31x 39cm, unpaginated, text in script, 260 primarilycolour photographic plates, index of plates & illustrators (including aseparate pamphlet laid-in), grey cloth with gilt & black titles, inblack-cloth covered box with gilt maple-leaf on front & silk ribbonbound-in, fine in fine box. (ewc) A Centennial edition prepared tomark the 100th anniversary of the Confederation of Canada, lavishlyillustrated by numerous Canadian photographers including John de Visser,Freeman Patterson, Roloff Beny. Malak, Bruce Weston. Text by BruceHutchinson with design by Allan Fleming. Although normally published ina slip-case, this is copy of "Year of the Land" is obviously intended asa presentation copy with a specially designed box.
$200.00                          Book Number: 33640                         Order / Enquire

NOTMAN, William
A Cabinet Card Portrait Photograph(handwritten on verso): "Jessie M. MacDonald. Ottawa. 1869".
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa. W.Notman. 1869.,  14.5x 10.5cm (8" x 6"), on stiff card backing with Notmanlogo & decoration on verso, lower corner slightly clipped not affectingimage, near fine. (On) An Ottawa socialite, Jessie MacDonald was thedaughter of William McDougall, one of Canada's Fathers of Confederation. She is noted as being a bridesmaid at Agnes and John A. Macdonald'swedding in 1867 and an oft participant in Rideau Hall events.
$50.00                          Book Number: 34163                         Order / Enquire

NOTMAN]. William Notman & Son
The Governor-Generals of Canada and their wives 1856-1907. Photographed at the studio of William Notman & Son.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Montreal. Nd. [1907?].,  16mo, 14.5cm, [22]p., being 19 portrait illustrations, string tied in printed wraps, "Their Excellencies" cover title, about fine, rare. (n12)
$150.00                          Book Number: 30655                         Order / Enquire

The Dominion Illustrated. A Canadian PictorialWeekly. Vol. V.-1st July to 31st December 1890.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Montreal. SabistonLithographic and Publishing Co. 1890.,  Folio. 36cm, 432p., triple-column,hundreds of illustrations, indexes (illustrations & text), bound inblind-stamp decorated brown cloth, decorated gilt title on upper board,some leaves taped, spine chipped, covers worn & detached, internallygood. (ewc) Issues 105 to 130 of the Canadian weekly periodical withextensive photographs and drawings: scenes (including Berlin, Ontario;Montreal; Niagara), portraits, Canadian military, and sports(particularly rugby teams). With photography by Topley and Notman andearly drawings by Arthur Heming. The Dominion Illustrated was institutedand edited by George Edouard Desbarats.
$200.00                          Book Number: 33542                         Order / Enquire

The Dominion Illustrated. A Canadian PictorialWeekly. Vol. V.- 12 July to 27 December, 1890. Issues 106 to 130. [Boundwith] Dominion Illustrated Christmas Number 1890.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Montreal & Toronto.Sabiston Lithographic & Publishing Co. 1890.,  Folio. 36cm, pp.18- 432;50, hundreds of photographs & drawings, ads, half leather over browncloth, gilt spine titles, & bands, scattered foxing, edges & spinerubbed, hinges broken, internally good. (ewc) Issue number 113 is aspecial number featuring Sherbrooke, Quebec. The numerous photographsincluded the work of Topley (including Booth's lumber yard in Ottawa) andNotman. The Christmas number includes Archibald Lampman's "Snow" and "TheLast of the Berserkers" ; " In an Old Barn" (Charles C.D. Roberts); and"The North-West Mound Builders (George Bryce). Much on the Canadianmilitary with a series of drawings by Arthur Heming.
$200.00                          Book Number: 33543                         Order / Enquire

The Dominion Illustrated. A Canadian PictorialWeekly. Vol. I.-First July to 31st Dec., 1888.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Montreal & Toronto. G.E.Desbarats & Son, Publishers. 1888.,  Folio. 36cm, 416p., triple-column,around 300 illustrations, poetry, indexes (illustrations & text), ads,bound in green blind-stamp decorated cloth, gilt decorated title onfront, hinges broken, contents loose, many leaves chipped along edges,covers worn, a complete collection. (ewc) The first twenty-six issuesof the Canadian periodical that existed from 1888 until 1893. Thenewspaper was founded by Georges Edouard Desbarats (1838-1893) formerpublisher of the "Canadian Illustrated News" and "L'Opinion Publique". The extensive collection of illustrations include many photographicviews and portraits by Topley and Notman as well as full-page topicalpolitical cartoons.
$249.99                          Book Number: 33540                         Order / Enquire

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