3 edition of The Lawrence Lande collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University found in the catalog.
The Lawrence Lande collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University
by Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research in Montreal
Written in English
|Other titles||Bibliography of Canadiana.|
|Statement||a bibliography collected, arranged, and annotated by Lawrence Lande. With an introd. by Edgar Andrew Collard.|
|Contributions||Lande, Lawrence M.|
|LC Classifications||Z1365 .M14|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxv, 301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
|LC Control Number||65018258|
(Canadiana) LANDE, Lawrence. The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University A Bibliography. Collected, Arranged and Annotated by Lawrence Lande With an Introduction by Edgar Andrew Collard. Montreal: The Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, Beginning in , this travelling library was supported by the McLennan family and administered by McGill University. It operated mainly in rural Quebec. In its functions were absorbed by the programme of the Bibliothèque centrale de l’Estrie.
Lande (Lawrence, editor). The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University, with an Introduction by Edgar Andrew Collard, Montreal, , . Figure 1. Lawrence Lande, major collector of Canadiana. McGill University Library Rare Book Department. Canadiana has been a strength of the McGill collections since the end of the nineteenth century. This strength was greatly enhanced when Lawrence Lande made his first donation of rare Canadian materials in
The Library's Rare Books and Special Collections contains holdings on a variety of subjects, including art and architecture, Canadiana, history, literature, the history of ideas, travel and exploration, and the history of the book. The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana consists of 12, items, including books, pamphlets, maps, prints, periodicals, government documents, and y: Canada. The approximately 3, historical prints concerning Napoleon and his era include numerous portraits of Napoleon, members of his family, and generals and other associates, scenes of military and political events, caricatures, and allegorical representations. Scenes glorifying Napoleon and his soldiers by some of the most important French printmakers of the Napoleonic Era, artists such as.
The crooked colt
Southland weather handbook
Select speeches of Kossuth
Time spent in activities, locations, and microenvironments
Membrane receptors of lymphocytes
The man Whistler
Quenched-and-tempered alloy-Steel plates
little white car
Land and sea emergencies
Description: The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University.
Montreal: Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, (catalogue record); Rare and Unusual Canadiana. Montreal: McGill University, (catalogue record); The Moravian Missions to the Eskimos of Labrador: A Checklist of Manuscripts and Printed Materials from toSupplemented by Other Works on the Eskimo of Canada.
The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University. A Bibliography. Collected, arranged and annotated by Lawrence Lande, with an introduction by E.A. Collard Hardcover – Author: Lawrence LANDE. Montreal: Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, Of the many bibliographies for which Dr.
Lawrence Lande has been responsible, those on display are both the most representative and among the most important. The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana is an important bibliography and a fine example of book making. The. Get this from a library. The Lawrence Lande collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University: a bibliography.
[Lawrence M Lande; Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research.; McGill University. Library.]. Redpath Library. Title: The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University: a bibliography. Edition: p.
Imprint: Montreal: Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, Notes: Collected, arranged, and annotated by Lawrence Lande; with an introduction by Edgar Andrew Edition: p. Lande Collections.
Holdings of Canadiana collected by Lawrence Lande and housed in the McLennan (Redpath) Library of McGill University.
Lande - a notary, b Ottawa 11 Nov ; BA (McGill)LLB (Montreal)honorary D LITT (McGill) - is one of the most successful private collectors of Canadian books, a poet and author, and an amateur composer whose works (for.
Junius Collection Lincoln North: The Joseph N. Nathanson Collection of Lincolniana Napoleon Collection The McGill University Napoleon Collection Philip Jaffe Communist Pamphlets Redpath Tracts Roy States Black History Collection History of ideas The general rare book collection includes extensive holdings of the works of many of the writers associated with the Scottish Enlightenment; these complement the David Hume Collection.
Description: A Catalogue of the Lawrence Lande William Blake Collection in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections of the McGill University Libraries. Montreal: McLennan Library, The collection was established inthe nucleus being the two hundred and fifty items donated by Dr.
Lawrence Lande. BIBLIOTHECA CANADIANA A HISTORICAL SURVEY OF CANADIAN BIBLIOGRAPHY An Exhibition in Honour of the Ninetieth Birthday of Dr. Lawrence M.
Lande McLennan-Redpath Library Building, McGill University January - April ÉTUDE HISTORIQUE DE LA BIBLIOGRAPHIE CANADIENNE Exposition organisée en l'honneur du 90 e anniversaire de M. Lawrence M.
Lande. Librarians & Archivists. [at] (Christopher Lyons) Head Librarian Curatorial responsibilities. Canadiana, including: the Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana, the Rodolphe Joubert Collection on French Canada, the Canadian Pamphlet Collection, and Canadian trade catalogues.
The Lawrence Lande Collection Of Canadiana In The Redpath Library of McGill University: A Bibliography. London, / "This bibliography is the first publication of the Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, and has been printed in an edition of signed copies of which this is no.
The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University. A Bibliography. Hardcover – January 1, Author: Lawrence Lande. This volume is from our Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana and is available for consultation during Rare Books and Special collection opening hours or read it online via our catalogue.
Worthington book list on page 12 of The Canadian brigands: An intensely exciting story of crime in Quebec thirty years ago. The first book produced at the Richard Pennington Printing Office of McGill University and limited to copies signed by Lande, this being This copy bound in quarter pigskin with coarse weave linen boards.
The slipcase has a small tear in the cloth near the spine. A fine copy in VG slipcase. A large and very heavy book. Get this from a library. The Lawrence Lande collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University: a bibliography.
[Lawrence M Lande; Edgar Andrew Collard; Redpath Library.]. THE LAWRENCE LANDE COLLECTION OF CANADIANA IN THE REDPATH LIBRARY OF McGILL UNIVERSITY. A Bibliography. Hardcover. Near Fine. Item # Foliopp reproductions and facsimiles, (many folding), bound in quarter pigskin and linen boards, Number of signed and numbered copies.
On hand made paper with facsimiles of printing and title-pages including many Author: Lawrence Lande. Lawrence Lande, The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University: a Bibliography. Intro E.
Collard. Montreal, XXXV & pp. in-folio. This seems to me to be the most important event in the history of Ca-nadian studies, and there is no doubt that it will be the corner-stone of.
Lawrence M. Lande, O.C. (Novem – ) was an author, bibliophile, bibliographer, and collector of books and manuscripts.
He donated a book collection of early Canadiana to McGill University. Library and Archives Canada considered him one of the greatest collectors of Canadian books and : Novem Western Canadiana at McGill University: The Lande and Arkin Collections by Peter F.
McNally ABSTRACT Canadiana emerged as a collecting focus for McGill even before the opening of Redpath Library in At first, the emphasis was local — Quebec, including New France — reflecting a lack of concern for otherAuthor: Peter F. McNally. The William Osler Photo Collection.
This collection chronicles Sir William's life from his childhood in the Canadian wilderness to his medical education at McGill University, his innovative days as a doctor and teacher, and the final years of his life in Oxford, England.
The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University, with an Introduction by Edgar Andrew Collard, Montreal,reproductions and plates on coloured papers including some folding, original quarter pigskin in cloth slipcase, folio, (signed limited edition / copies), together with Miller (C.
William), Benjamin Franklin's Philadelphia PrintingA .The collection was purchased in The volumes in the collection comprise the majority of the books of the American publishers Stone & Kimball () of Cambridge, Chicago and New York, and Herbert S.
Stone & Company () of Chicago and New York. There are many variants in the collection. The work of these publishers is particularly important in terms of book design and the. Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library of McGill University, Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from its discovery to the present time, Wing, D.G.
Short-title catalogue of books printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and British America, and of English books printed in other countries,