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SUMMERTIMES:  IN CELEBRATION OF 100 YEARS OF THE MUSKOKA LAKES ASSOCIATION., Reid, Ron; Gray, William M.; Peake, Sean; Pryke, Susan; King, Paul; Tatley, Richard; Mason, D.H.C.; Boyer, Barbaranne; O'Brien, Brendan; Smith, Graham; Gockel, Paul; Ross, Judy.
61 Reid, Ron; Gray, William M.; Peake, Sean; Pryke, Susan; King, Paul; Tatley, Richard; Mason, D.H.C.; Boyer, Barbaranne; O'Brien, Brendan; Smith, Graham; Gockel, Paul; Ross, Judy. SUMMERTIMES: IN CELEBRATION OF 100 YEARS OF THE MUSKOKA LAKES ASSOCIATION.
Toronto / Erin Stoddart/Boston Mills 1994 1550460811 / 9781550460810 First Edition Hard Cover Near Fine Very Good 
192 pp, 12 1/4"H. Profusely illustrated with b&w and colour photographs, reproductions. Contents: Foreword; Enduring Land of Rock: A Natural History of Muskoka; Obajewanung: The First Peoples; David Thompson Slept Here: Muskoka's First Surveyor; In the Footsteps of the Mapmakers: Explorers and Surveyors; The Promised Land: Early Settlers; Timber!: The Lumber Trade in Muskoka; The Muskoka Club: The First Islanders; The Last Waltz: Life in the Golden Era of Muskoka Resorts; Memories: Cottage Life at the Turn of the Century; Room with a View: Cottage Architects & Builders; Getting There is Half the Fun: Transportation in and Around Muskoka; A Reputation to Cherish: 100 Years of Boating; A Century of Concerns: The History of the Muskoka Lakes Association; Officers; Bibliography; Index. Very minor wear on bottom edge of boards. Dust jacket has very minor edge wear/wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, very minor rubbing. small crease at top corner of front flap. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
 
62 Richard, George P. (Signed) SKETCHING RAMBLES IN ONTARIO: A COLLECTION OF PEN AND INK DRAWINGS. VOLUME 1.
Self-published, London, 1977, No.642 of 1,000 copies. 
96 pp, oblong 8vo, HC in dust jacket. SIGNED BY ARTIST AT BOTTOM OF HALF-TITLE PAGE. Profusely illustrated with pen and ink drawings on medium brown stock. The artist has recorded old buildings, structures and rural life which is rapidly disappearing. Dust jacket has minor edgewear/rubbing/soiling, one small closed tear at top of front panel. Near Fine/Very Good 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
63 Richardson, Douglas with J.M.S. Careless, G.M. Craig & Peter Heyworth. Special photography by John Wilson. A NOT UNSIGHTLY BUILDING: UNIVERSITY COLLEGE AND ITS HISTORY.
Mosaic Press / University College, Oakville / Toronto, (1990). 
174 pp, 4to (11 1/2" H), hard cover in dust jacket. Profusely illustrated in b&w and color with photos, reproductions, plans, elevations, etc. "(O)pens with an uninhibited view of the institutional history of the state college. A vivd narrative history of University College and its place in the municipal and social life of Victorian Toronto follows. The heart of the book is an architectural history of the University. This spans eight decades and is illustrated by many of the various architects' own drawings (almost none of which have ever been reproduced before). In the third chapter Richardson deals with the little-known and ambitious earlier projects of Charles Fowler, John Howard and Thomas Young, which were intended to provide splendidly for the University of King's College. Next he focuses on the grand design drawn up by Cumberland & Storm for its successor, University College (and the University of Toronto) in 1856, and then on (to) the realization of those plans in U.C. The last chapter brings the story down to the opening years of the twentieth century, including the development of the campus around the College, the fire that gutted most of it in 1890, and the reconstruction within the surviving shell under D .B. Dick." A few very small bumps to edges of front board, two very small light stains on fore-edge of textblock, very light edge wear. Dust jacket has one 1/2"closed tear with creases, several very tiny tears, light creasing along top edge, light wear at top of flap-folds, light rubbing. VG/VG 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
64 Rickard, George P. SKETCHING RAMBLES IN ONTARIO: A COLLECTION OF PEN AND INK DRAWINGS. VOLUME 1 (ONE).
London, Ontario George P. Rickard Studio 1977 First, Limited Edition. Hard Cover Very Good+ Good+ George P. Rickard. Signed
95 pp, oblong (8 3/4" H x 11 1/8" D). Signed by the artist on the half title page and numbered (number 806 of a limited edition of 1000 copies) in the same ink on the limitation page. Ninety-three repro-ductions of pen and ink drawings of old buildings and places of interest in Ontario, with descriptive captions. Among the locations included are: Cataract, Tavistock, Sparta, Port Stanley, Bruce Peninsula, St. Thomas, London, Tobermory, Arva, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Delaware, Chatsworth, Port Dover, Glencoe, Inglis Falls, the Oil Museum of Canada, Frome, Mono Centre, Port Rowan, St. Mary's, Coldstream, Wiarton, Chepstow, Startford, Bayfield, etc. Book is clean. Dust jacket has some soft edge wrinkling, a few small edge tears with old tape on inside, light rubbing, light soiling - more on spine edges. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
HOUSES OF OLD TORONTO., Roberts, Mary Anne.
65 Roberts, Mary Anne. HOUSES OF OLD TORONTO.
Toronto Pagurian 1977 0889320632 / 9780889320635 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good William Roberts. 
96 pp, 4to (11 3/4" H). "William Roberts has painted twenty watercolours of his favourite old houses - from the shabby little corner store at King and Berkeley Streets to the 'edifice magnificent in every respect', the Bank of Montreal at Yonge and Front Streets. The twenty paintings, the many black and white drawings, and the carefully researched text are an affectionate look at old Toronto. The personal stories behind the facades are loving told by Mary Anne Roberts, who traces their history through the people who built them and the people who have lived (or worked, worshipped, or were entertained) in them." Tiny dent on top edge of front board. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, closed tear on front hinge - taped on inside. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
66 Roberts, Mary Anne. HOUSES OF OLD TORONTO.
Toronto Pagurian 1977 0889320632 / 9780889320635 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- William Roberts. 
96 pp, 4to (11 3/4" H). "William Roberts has painted twenty watercolours of his favourite old houses - from the shabby little corner store at King and Berkeley Streets to the 'edifice magnificent in every respect', the Bank of Montreal at Yonge and Front Streets. The twenty paintings, the many black and white drawings, and the carefully researched text are an affectionate look at old Toronto. The personal stories behind the facades are loving told by Mary Anne Roberts, who traces their history through the people who built them and the people who have lived (or worked, worshipped, or were entertained) in them." Minor edge wear, small bump at bottom corner of front board - migrates into pages but fades at approx. page 50, tiny dent and very small bump at bottom corner of rear board - migrates into pages back to approx. page 80, tiny dent to top edge of both boards. Dust jacket has wrinkling at bottom of flap-folds, very light edge wrinkling elsewhere, minor browning on flap-folds and spine, a few tiny foxing marks on spine, a few small areas of tiny dents on front and rear panels. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
67 Segger, Martin. Introduction by Leonard K. Eaton. VICTORIA: A PRIMER FOR REGIONAL HISTORY IN ARCHITECTURE.
Watkins Glen, NY Pilgrim Guide to Historic Architecture / American Life Foundation and Study Institute 1979 0892570296 / 9780892570294 First American Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Photographs by Douglas Franklin. Signed by Author and Photographer.
377 pp, 9 1/4" H. Dark green cloth with gold lettering on spine. Signed on title page by Martin Segger and Douglas Franklin. Profusely illustrated with b&w photographs, maps, drawings. Contents: Acknowledgements; Preface; Introduction; Four Essays (The Townscape: Images of Permanence, Prosperity, and Pleasure / The North-South Axis: Trade, Commerce, and Communications / Technology and Convenience: Developments in Civic Amenities / Style and Function: Insitutions, Politics, and People); Four Tours (Map / Tour One: Old Town / Map / Tour Two: James Bay / Map / Tour Three: Victoria's Churches / Map / Tour Four: Victoria's Residences); Biographies of Architects; Bibliography; Glossary of Terms; Index. Minor wrinkle on spine, light wrinkling at bottom of spine, minor rubbing on boards. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
68 Tausky, Nancy Z. and DiStefano, Lynne D. Inscribed by both authors. Photographs by Ian MacEachern. VICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE IN LONDON AND SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO: SYMBOLS OF ASPIRATION.
Toronto University of Toronto Press 1986 0802056989 / 9780802056986 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Photographs by Ian MacEachern. Inscribed by authors.
493 pp, small 4to (10 5/8" H). INSCRIBED ON HALF TITLE PAGE: "BEST WISHES FROM NANCY Z. TAUSKY 7 DEC. 1986 / WITH GOOD WISHES - LYNNE D. DISTEFANO 7 DECEMBER 1986". "Beginning with a discussion of the area's history, (the authors) explore the work of the most prominent architectural firm in Victorian London (Ontario) - Robinson, Tracy, Durand and Moore - and its role in the development of southwestern Ontario. From their focus on specific architects emerges a broader picture of the factors that typically shaped Victorian towns. They consider the various theories and movements that were given expression in Victorian building design, the social influences on the period's architecture, the evolution of building technology, and the state of the architectural profession in general during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. At the heart of the book, of course, are the buildings. Churches, banks, schools, courthouses, stores, and all manner of public buildings, as well as private homes are represented. Extensively illustrated, the book includes old photographs, reproductions of drawings and plans, and contemporary photographs of buildings which still stand, taken specially for this volume by Ian MacEachern." Minor browning in margins of pages and edges of textblock, tiny surface paper loss at top of inside front hinge, very light edge rubbing, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine . Dust jacket has very light edge wear/wrinkling, slight fading on spine and at bottom of rear hinge area. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
THE ARCHITECTURE OF EDWARD & W.S. MAXWELL., Theberge, Pierre; Hill, Robert G.; Bland, John; Yates, Henry B.; James, Ellen; Pepall, Rosalind M.; Sweeny, Robert; Murray, Irena; Wolfe, Jeanne M.; Jacobs, Peter.
69 Theberge, Pierre; Hill, Robert G.; Bland, John; Yates, Henry B.; James, Ellen; Pepall, Rosalind M.; Sweeny, Robert; Murray, Irena; Wolfe, Jeanne M.; Jacobs, Peter. THE ARCHITECTURE OF EDWARD & W.S. MAXWELL.
Montreal Montreal Museum of Fine Arts 1991 289192150X / 9782891921503 First Edition Soft Cover Very Good 
91 pp, 11" H. B&w and colour photographs, elevations, floor plans. "The brothers Edward and William S. Maxwell of Montreal were among Canada's foremost architects at the turn of the century. Their work includes city and country houses, railway stations, hotels, government buildings, and cultural institutions, among them such landmarks as the Saskatchewan Legislative Building, the tower block of the Chateau Frontenac and the original 1912 building of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Published on the occasion of the travelling exhibition (of the same name), this catalogue constitutes the first comprehensive study of a firm whose buildings span the country. The fruit of the Maxwell's collaboration is illustrated with watercolour renderings, elevation drawings and photographs. In addition, the architects' relationship with their clients and the firm's close co-operation with craftsmen and artists is examined." Interior - book slightly cracked at centre, otherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - very small piece of surface paper loss at bottom of spine, light crease down spine. 
Price: 45.00 USD
 
 
70 Toronto Historical Board. Foreword by J.A. McGinnis & A. Gregorovich. THE CITY OF TORONTO'S INVENTORY OF BUILDINGS OF ARCHITECTURAL AND HISTORICAL IMPORTANCE. (CITY OF TORONTO.)
Toronto Toronto Historical Board 1981 Second Edition Card covers in Comb binding Very Good 
115 pp, 11" H x 8 1/2" D. Pictorial covers. An inventory of historical and important buildings in the city of Toronto, Ontario, giving: Municipal Numbers / Street Name / Ward / Reason / List / Building Type / Bylaw / Name, Date, Architect, and Location (as available). The listings are not illustrated. Interior - page 2 has one small corner creaseotherwise clean and tight with no other ownership marks. Exterior - tiny corner creases on front cover, a few very small creases on front cover at comb, front cover and first page are not totally aligned in comb with the rest of the pages. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
71 Traquair, Ramsay and Adair, E.R. THE CHURCH OF THE VISITATION, SAULT-AU-RECOLLET, QUEBEC. McGILL UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS. SERIES XIII (ART & ARCHITECTURE). NO. 18.
Montreal McGill University Press 1927 Card Good Ex-Library 
16 pp, 12" H. B&w photographs, architectural drawings. Reprinted from The Journal, Royal Achitectural Institute of Canada, December, 1927. Ex- Library copy. Interior - light browning, penciled name and some pencil erasure marks on title page; a few small library stamp marks; browning to rear free endpaper; small repair to center page/staple area; area of glued paper on rear endpapers; soft bump at top corner of pages. Exterior - library stamp on front cover, light edge wear, moderate wear and small crease at top rear corner, small tape pull and mark on rear cover. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO:  A TIME TO REMEMBER., Visser, John de, photographer.  Preface by John Black Aird.  Introduction by Dr. Claude T. Bissell.
72 Visser, John de, photographer. Preface by John Black Aird. Introduction by Dr. Claude T. Bissell. UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO: A TIME TO REMEMBER.
Harmony House, Louisville, 1989, first edition. 
112 pp, 4to (11 3/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0916509613 Profusely illustrated with colour and b&w photographs. "Acclaimed Canadian photojournalist, John de Visser demonstrates his masterful touch with a camera. In 112 stunning pages of image-making, he captures the essence of the University and all its Colleges with the deftness of a portrait painter. We see the buildings and grounds, classrooms, athletic events and academic life, to be sure, but we also get a feel for the University's history and traditions and spirit. Accompanying these 96 pages of colour are reflections on the University from some of its past presidents, faculty, and noted alumni and friends, and 16 pages of rare archival photographs of the early University." Very small bump at top/bottom of spine and at corners. Dust jacket has light wear and creasing at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, tiny closed tear and crease at bottom of rear panel. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE O'KEEFE CENTRE: THIRTY YEARS OF THEATRE HISTORY., Walker, Hugh.
73 Walker, Hugh. THE O'KEEFE CENTRE: THIRTY YEARS OF THEATRE HISTORY.
Toronto Key Porter 1991 1550132911 / 9781550132915 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good Inscribed By Author
310 pp, 4to (11 3/4" H). INSCRIBED ON TITLE PAGE: "WITH BEST WISHES FROM THE AUTHOR HUGH WALKER OCT 4/92". "Since its opening in 1960, the O'Keefe Centre has been Canada's premier theatre: home of the National Ballet of Canada and the Canadian Opera Company, the chief venue for Broadway musicals and plays, international artists, modern and classical dance companies - everything glorious in the performing arts. Almost 300 black-and-white photographs of distinguished entertainers illustrate this lively history of the O'Keefe Centre from 1960 to 1990. The book includes the design and building of the centre, sections on the National Ballet of Canada, the Canadian Opera Company, musicals and revues, theatrical productions and star performers who have played at the O'Keefe, from Harry Belafonte, Liza Minelli and Anne Murray to Sir Laurence Olivier, Katharine Hepburn and Richard Burton. The author, who was manager of the centre for the first fifteen years, describes personal encounters with a multitude of stars and directors, and his many amusing anecdotes make this a diverting and delightful tour through recent showbiz history." Very minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, two tiny dints on top edge of front board. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, wrinkles in laminate down front panel, minor rubbing. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
 
74 Walker, Hugh. THE O'KEEFE CENTRE: THIRTY YEARS OF THEATRE HISTORY.
Toronto Key Porter 1991 1550132911 / 9781550132915 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good 
310 pp, 4to (11 3/4" H). "Since its opening in 1960, the O'Keefe Centre has been Canada's premier theatre: home of the National Ballet of Canada and the Canadian Opera Company, the chief venue for Broadway musicals and plays, international artists, modern and classical dance companies - everything glorious in the performing arts. Almost 300 black-and-white photographs of distinguished entertainers illustrate this lively history of the O'Keefe Centre from 1960 to 1990. The book includes the design and building of the centre, sections on the National Ballet of Canada, the Canadian Opera Company, musicals and revues, theatrical productions and star performers who have played at the O'Keefe, from Harry Belafonte, Liza Minelli and Anne Murray to Sir Laurence Olivier, Katharine Hepburn and Richard Burton. The author, who was manager of the centre for the first fifteen years, describes personal encounters with a multitude of stars and directors, and his many amusing anecdotes make this a diverting and delightful tour through recent showbiz history." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling - mainly at top of spine and flap-folds, minor edge wear, three wrinkles in laminate on front panel, light rubbing, minor browning at top edge of flaps. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
NO HAY FEVER & A RAILWAY:  SUMMERS IN ST. ANDREWS, CANADA'S FIRST SEASIDE RESORT., Walker, Willa.
75 Walker, Willa. NO HAY FEVER & A RAILWAY: SUMMERS IN ST. ANDREWS, CANADA'S FIRST SEASIDE RESORT.
Fredericton, New Brunswick Goose Lane Editions 1989 0864920962 / 9780864920966 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Signed by Author
176 pp, oblong 8vo (8 3/4" H x 11 1/4" D). B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. SIGNED AND DATED BY AUTHOR ON HALF TITLE PAGE. "During the latter years of the nineteenth century St. Andrews was 'discovered' by a wealthy few who sought a summer place by the sea. Escaping from Boston, Montreal, St. Louis, Toronto and elsewhere, they bought, rented, or built houses, returning year after year as their children did in turn. Luxurious hotels such as 'The Argyll' and 'The Algonquin' - advertising 'no hay fever' and good rail connections - were built to serve them, and a summer society was established: riding, sailing, playing tennis and croquet, dining, dancing, and gossiping. Fathers of Confederation like Sir Leonard Tilley and Sir Charles Tupper, the great railway builders Sir William Van Horne and Lord Shaughnessy, financiers like Sir James Dunn, politicians from Senator Cairine Wilson and C.D. Howe to John Turner, were joined in St. Andrews by socialites and possessors of 'old money' from both Canada and the United States. (This book) records the achievements and oddities of the people who made up this small but distinctive society and describes the 'cottages' in which they spent those summers by the sea." Previous owner's name on free front endpaper, small light soiling mark at fore-edge of free rear endpaper. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, minor edge wrinkling. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
76 Walker, Willa. NO HAY FEVER & A RAILWAY: SUMMERS IN ST. ANDREWS, CANADA'S FIRST SEASIDE RESORT.
Fredericton, New Brunswick Goose Lane Editions 1989 0864920962 / 9780864920966 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Very Good+ 
176 pp, oblong 8vo (8 3/4" H x 11 1/4" D). B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "During the latter years of the nineteenth century St. Andrews was 'discovered' by a wealthy few who sought a summer place by the sea. Escaping from Boston, Montreal, St. Louis, Toronto and elsewhere, they bought, rented, or built houses, returning year after year as their children did in turn. Luxurious hotels such as 'The Argyll' and 'The Algonquin' - advertising 'no hay fever' and good rail connections - were built to serve them, and a summer society was established: riding, sailing, playing tennis and croquet, dining, dancing, and gossiping. Fathers of Confederation like Sir Leonard Tilley and Sir Charles Tupper, the great railway builders Sir William Van Horne and Lord Shaughnessy, financiers like Sir James Dunn, politicians from Senator Cairine Wilson and C.D. Howe to John Turner, were joined in St. Andrews by socialites and possessors of 'old money' from both Canada and the United States. (This book) records the achievements and oddities of the people who made up this small but distinctive society and describes the 'cottages' in which they spent those summers by the sea." One slight corner bump. Dust jacket has minor wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
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