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PERIODICAL]
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



PERIODICAL].
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



PERIODICAL].
The Dominion Illustrated. A Canadian PictorialWeekly. Vol. II.- 1st Jan. to 30th June, 1889.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Montreal & Toronto. G.E.Desbarats & Son, Publishers. 1889.,  Folio. 36cm, 416p., triple-column,around 300 illustrations, indexes (illustrations & text), indexes(illustrations & text), ads, bound in half leather over brown cloth,raised bands, covers worn, spine chipped & missing 1 panel, boardsdetached, internally very good. (ewc) Issues 27 to 78 of the weeklyperiodical. Includes the series "Bliss Carman's Provencals", currentCanadian news, columns of fine arts, literature, poetry and jokes"humourous". Extensively illustrated with contemporary photographic portraits and views by Topley and Notman.
$200.00                          Book Number: 33541                         Order / Enquire



PERKINS, John
To The Ends of the Earth Four Expeditions to the Arctic, the Congo, the Gobi, and Siberia.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  New York. Pantheon Books. 1981.,  23.5cm, first edition, 183p., index, plates, map, original black cloth with gilt titles, black dust-jacket, a very good copy in very good jacket (n14p)
$12.50                          Book Number: 20272                         Order / Enquire



PHOTOGRAPHY].
Mount Rundle, Alberta. A black and white photograph (25x 20cm) of Mount Rundle.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  np. Np. (c.1920),  printed using the gelatin silver process. The photographer is unknown. Mount Rundle is located in Banff National Park and overlooks the towns of Banff and Canmore, Alberta. A striking photograph mounted on sheet 34.5x 28cm and matted with stiff card.
$100.00    Book Number: 34162         Order / Enquire




PHOTOGRAPH]
Ottawa. A photo of a house located at 39 Somerset Street. By E. Reardon, Photographer. 248 Friel Street,
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Ottawa, On. c.[1898].,  image size is 19 x 24cm, on card stock.(On)
$75.00    Book Number: 36867         Order / Enquire




PORTER, D.H. [pseud. of David Hlynsky].
Baggage.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto. The Coach House Press. 1974.,  25.5x 14cm, first edition, [28]p., limited to 1000 copies, with 44 plates and illustrations (about half, tipped in plates in colour), quarter green fabrikoid and linen boards, a fine copy (clds).
$17.50                          Book Number: 20705                         Order / Enquire



REBUFFAT, Gaston
On Snow and Rock. Translated from the French by Eleanor Brockett, with technical assistance from J.E.B. Wright.
Tenafly, New Jersey, U.S.A.:  London. Nicholas Kaye. 1963.,  23cm. 187p., numerous excellent monochrome plates and illustrations from photographs, (include several in colour), blue cloth, very good in a chipped jacket. (s2.5) Neate 641. Lavishly illustrated book of instruction by a master. Rebuffat was a French mountaineer and guide; photographer, film-maker and lecturer. He was a member of the 1950 Annapurna expedition.
$52.50    Book Number: 9473         Order / Enquire




REGAN, Leo
Taken Down in Evidence. Ireland from the Back Seatof a Patrol Car.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Dublin. Gill & Macmillan Ltd. 1995.,  24cm, 140p., 83black & white photos, illustrated wraps, fine. (ids) A graphiccollection of photographs the daily working lives of the Irish Garda.Also with frank interviews with serving guards.
$25.00                          Book Number: 34320                         Order / Enquire



REGINA View Book]
Regina. Before & After. Cyclone June 30,1912.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  (Regina). P.T. Evans & M.L. Fenney. 1912.,  Oblong 16 mo. 17cm x26cm, (24)p., 25 photos, illustrated brown wraps, small chip from lowerfront cover edge, slight water staining to lower corner, very good. (N12) Peel 3: 3682. A graphic view book showing devastation caused by atornado that struck downtown Regina in 1912. Of three minute duration,the tornado damaged 500 buildings and killed 30 people. Many of thephotographs are by "Fenney" including a panorama of the devastated areabetween Smith and Lorne streets.
$60.00    Book Number: 30864         Order / Enquire




ROBERTSON, Peter
Relentless Verity. Irreducible Verite. Canadian Military Photographers since 1885. The Public Archives of Canada Series.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto. The University of Toronto Press, 1973.,  sq4to. 233p., with c.200 plates and illustrations from photographs, fine in very good jacket (s8)
$15.00                          Book Number: 24105                         Order / Enquire



ROCH, Andre
Les Montagnes Du Monde. Publie par la Fondation Suisse pour l'Exporation Alpine. 1er Volume, 1946. Alpinisme Expeditons Sciences.
Zurich. Interverlag S.A. 1946.,  24cm, 254p., plus numerous plates, illustrations, maps, ads., stiff printed wraps, wraps dust worn else good to very good copy (s2.5). Neate p136. Andre Roch was one of the great Swiss mountaineers of the inter-war period, who made the first ascent of the north face of the Aiguille de Triolet. He climbed in the Himalaya in 1939 and 1947 and was a member of the 1952 Everest expediton.
$70.00                          Book Number: 11983                         Order / Enquire



ROCH, Andre
Les Montagnes Du Monde. Alpinisme Expeditons Sciences. Publie par la Fondation Suisse pour l'Exporation Alpine. Volume II, 1947.
Lausanne. Librairie F. Rouge & Cie. 1947.,  24cm, 239p., plus numerous plates, illustrations, maps, ads., stiff printed wraps, wraps dust worn else very good copy (s2.5). Neate p136. Andre Roch was one of the great Swiss mountaineers of the inter-war period, who made the first ascent of the north face of the Aiguille de Triolet. He climbed in the Himalaya in 1939 and 1947 and was a member of the 1952 Everest expedition.
$70.00                          Book Number: 11984                         Order / Enquire



ROCH, Andre
Les Montagnes Du Monde. Alpinisme, Expedition, Sciences. Publie par la Fondation Suisse pour l'Exploration Alpine. Volume II - 1947.
Lausanne. Librairie F. Rouge & Cie, S.A. 1947.,  24cm, 239p., numerous plates and illustrations, illustrated printed wraps, wrap a bit dust worn else very good to fine copy (s2.4).
$17.50                          Book Number: 12463                         Order / Enquire



RUETZ, Michael (photographs by).
Scottish Symphony. Introduction by David Attenborough.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.:  Toronto McClelland & Stewart,  1985. oblong folio. 26x 36cm, 158p., with 69 colour plate illustrations (many double page) and 7 panoramic folding colour plates, list of plates, dark blue cloth, silver stamped titles, a fine copy in near fine jacket (eas)
$35.00                          Book Number: 3917                         Order / Enquire


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