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STUDNICKI-GIZBERT, K.W. (edited by)
Issues in Canadian TransportPolicy. Papers and discussions from the Conference on Canadian NationalTransport Policy, held at York University, Toronto, in May 1972.
Tenafly, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Toronto. Macmillan of Canada. 1974., 23.5cm, xiii,476p., notes, figures,tables, yellow cloth, very good private library copy in like jacket(N18) A comprehensive interdisciplinary policy study of CanadianTransport issues.
$20.00 Book Number: 8262 Order / Enquire
Steamboating on The Trent-Severn.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Belleville, Ontario. Mika Publishing Co. 1978., 4to 28cm, 220p., withnumerous plates and illustrations from photographs and several colourlithographed plates, maps, mapped endpapers, bibliography, index, darkblue cloth, a fine copy in very good to fine complete jacket.(On)
$65.00 Book Number: 33323 Order / Enquire
TORONTO Transit Commission.
Wheels of Progress.A StoryoftheDevelopment of Toronto and its Public Transportation Services.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto.n.p. 1953., 22cm,128p., numerous illustrations (vehicles), signed by oneof the authors, red wraps, a bit faded, else fine. (tsp)
$20.00 Book Number: 33344 Order / Enquire
TRISTRAM, W. Outram
Coaching Days And Coaching Ways. With Illustrations by Hugh Thomson and Herbert Railton.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: London. Macmillan and Co. 1914., 18cm, xv,376p., with 214 illustrations, green cloth with gilt titles and black decorations, a very good to fine copy (s3.9)
$25.00 Book Number: 28487 Order / Enquire
UNITED STATES. SENATE].
Report: .the Memorial of GeorgeBarrell and S.V. Wilder, on behalf of themselves and other heirs of theowners of the ship Columbia, and the sloop Washington, and the heirs ofCaptain John Kendrick and Martha Gray, widow of Captain Robert Gray,praying the confirmation of their title to certain lands purchased of theIndian tribes in 1791, on the northwest coast of America;or suchcompensation as Congress shall deem just and proper for theirexplorations and discoveries in those regions.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Washington. TheSenate. 1852., 8vo, 22cm, pp.334-235, disbound, leaves browned, verygood. (Tsp) Claims to the American northwest relating to the voyage of two merchant vessels from Boston, 1787 to 1791. Addressing an importantissue to the American government over claims to the area from Spain andparticularly Great Britain.
$50.00 Book Number: 34307 Order / Enquire
VANDERZWAGG, David L. & Cynthia Lamson (Editors.)
The Challenge of Arctic Shipping. Science, Environmental Assessment, and Human Values.
Montreal & Kingston. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1990., 8vo.23.5cm, xii,282p., 18 figures, bibliography, index, blue cloth, fine in fine jacket. (ads) A collection of essays of the future of Arctic waters.
$12.50 Book Number: 10564 Order / Enquire
WILSON, G. Lloyd
Motor Traffic Management.
New York. D. Appleton and Company. 1928., 22cm, xviii,251p., appendices, index, illustrations, original burgundy clot h with gilt spine titles, a very good (scs)
$17.50 Book Number: 19507 Order / Enquire
WOODSON, E. R.
Railway Accounting Procedure 1926 Edition.
Washington, D. C. Railway Accounting Officers Association. 1926., 23.5cm, 885p., bibliography, index, ex-library stamps on endpapers, original brown cloth with gilt titles, a very good copy (eds)
$8.75 Book Number: 18563 Order / Enquire
Through the Heart of Canada.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Toronto. Henry Froude. 1911., 22.5cm, 319p. with 38 plates and illustrations from photographs, index, original outline pictorial gilt decorated blue cloth, t.e.g., edges worn, a good copy (n17) The author's party travelled across Canada at the beginning of the century, camping out and climbing in the Canadian Rockies. Includes an account of Mormon colonization in Canada.
$17.50 Book Number: 22244 Order / Enquire
Correspondence Relating to the Montreal, Ottawa & Georgian Bay Canal.
Ithaca, New York, U.S.A.: Ottawa. Thoburn & Co., Printers. 1895., 8vo. 21cm, 24p., original printed wraps, fine (s4) Ottawa Valley Canal. Correspondence addressed to McLeod Stewart, giving the correspondent view on the viability of the canal. They include; A.M. Wellington, Engineering News, New York; Canadian Pacific Railway, W.C. Van Horne; Government Telegraph Service, D.H. Keeley; The Standard Electric Co. Ottawa; The Ottawa Electric Railway, T. Ahearn; North Shore Navigation Co.; W. Shanly; - McLeod Stewart was mayor of Ottawa, 1887-88.
$25.00 Book Number: 21968 Order / Enquire