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CATHOLIC EDUCATION IN DUFFERIN PEEL:  A STORY WORTH TELLING.
1 CATHOLIC EDUCATION IN DUFFERIN PEEL: A STORY WORTH TELLING.
Dufferin_Peel Roman Catholic Separate School Board, (Mississauga, Ontario), [c1988]. 
181 pp, oblong 8vo (8 1/4" h), hard cover in dust jacket. Many b&w photos, maps. Contents: Predecessor Boards, Pre-1969; The Inagural Board; The Development of Secondary Schools; Private Catholic High Schools; The Changing Face of Education; Grow th; Catholicity; People - The Critical Resource; Time Capsule; Board Highlights; The Schools of Dufferin-Peel. Tiny dent on bottom of rear board, tiny tear at bottom of rear hinge, slight waviness to fore-edge of textblock. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling and minor rubbing. VG/VG 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
1968 COOKING CLUB CALENDAR - ADVERTISING PIECE FOR MOOTE & HODGSON LIMITED, ORANGEVILLE, ONTARIO., Baker, Betty / Moote & Hodgson, Orangeville, Ontario.
2 Baker, Betty / Moote & Hodgson, Orangeville, Ontario. 1968 COOKING CLUB CALENDAR - ADVERTISING PIECE FOR MOOTE & HODGSON LIMITED, ORANGEVILLE, ONTARIO.
1967 Very Good+ 
Approx. 11 3/8" H x 8" W. This calendar was an advertising piece for Moote & Hodgson Limited of Orangeville, Ontario. The binding quite cleverly consists of a piece of flexible 'gold' coloured metal, with a hole for hanging at top, which loops through all the pages of the calendar. When the 'gold' pencil that slots into the loop is removed, the pages can be taken out and re-ordered (the instructions suggest that each finished month be placed at the back of the calendar in sequence). The twelve sheets for the months each form a pocket at the bottom (for storing receipts, recipes, notes, etc.) and have a recipe illustrated with a sepiatone photograph and a menu on the front. On the reverse are additional recipes following that month's theme and a tip from Betty Baker. The calendar cover consists of a folded sheet (just over 6 1/2" H at the front) with a pasted on colour picture of a fisherman and the company details on the front. The full-sized rear section has a form for filling in the "Household Budget" on the inside (unused) and information on "Home Freezing - Fruits and Vegetables" on the reverse. The monthly recipe themes are: January - Sandwiches Supreme; February - Soup So Warm; March - Fish 'n' Things; April - Meat Miracles; May - Good ol' Cookie; June - Delectable Vegetables; July - Dessert Magic; August - Beverage Coolers; September - Countdown on Coffee Cakes; October - Thanksgiving Delights; November - Fashionable Meat Dishes; December - Salads Superb. The rear section has small creases at bottom corners, light browning at bottom rear edge, and very tiny crease at top corners. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
"AS A GRAIN OF MUSTARD SEED":  A HISTORY OF THE WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS OF WESTMINSTER UNITED CHURCH, ORANGEVILLE AND ITS METHODIST AND PRESBYTERIAN ANCESTORS., Brown, Steven J.
3 Brown, Steven J. "AS A GRAIN OF MUSTARD SEED": A HISTORY OF THE WOMEN'S ORGANIZATIONS OF WESTMINSTER UNITED CHURCH, ORANGEVILLE AND ITS METHODIST AND PRESBYTERIAN ANCESTORS.
Orangeville, Ontario Morrow Hill Research 1986 First Edition Near Fine Lola Small. 
114 pp, 11" H. Maroon simulated leather boards with gold lettering on spine, no dust jacket (as issued). B&w photographs. Section headings: St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church; Orangeville Methodist Church; The Union Era; The United Churches in Orangeville; Union in Orangeville: 1948; Westminster United Church; Westminster United Church Women; A Select Bibliography. 
Price: 50.00 USD
 
 
4 Marshall, Bess. AN HOUSE FOR HIS KINGDOM: WESTMINSTER CENTENNIAL STORY, 1837-1979.
Orangeville, Ontario Westminster United Church 1979 First Edition Near Fine Very Good 
466 pp (plus ten additional pages that are numbered, but blank), 10" H. Maroon simulated leather covers with gold lettering on spine and front board. B&w photographs, floor plans, reproductions, map. "Bess Marshall's recounting of the spiritual and temporal struggles of Orangeville's forefathers and their descendants is pure homespun. Their joys and sorrows, their ambitions and attainments, their unwavering faith in God, and the homely grass roots events of their lives are more meaningful history than battles, politics and treaties." Dust jacket has very light edge wear, light edge wrinkling, light wrinkling on hinges, minor rubbing/soiling. 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
5 Orangeville Centennial Committee. (A.G.B. Campbell, Ina Porter, George Cadogan, et al.) AN HISTORICAL REVIEW OF THE TOWN OF ORANGEVILLE. (ORANGEVILLE CENTENNIAL: 100 YEARS, 1863-1963.)
(Orangeville, Ontario) Good 
111 pp, 9" H. (1963). B&w photographs, reproductions. A local history of Orangeville, Ontario, in Dufferin County. Pages 61-111 consist of congratulatory ads from local stores, industries, banks, car dealerships, individuals, etc. Interior - previous owner's large bookplate on iside of front cover, light wrinkling at top corner of title page with small tear archivally taped, small light stin on pages 62 & 63, plastic comb binding is broken/cracked at two places internally and missing at bottom, creasing to pages at bottom of gutter, small area of surface paper loss with minor loss of text at bottom of tile page. Exterior - light creases to top/bottom of covers at spine, light soiling - mainly on rear cover, small ccrease at top corner of rear cover, minor edge wear. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
POTTERIES OF NINETEENTH CENTURY ONTARIO:  AN ALPHABETICAL LISTING, INCORPORATING WHATEVER INFORMATION IS PRESENTLY KNOWN CONCERNING THEIR OPERATIONS, OF POTTERY FIRMS, THEIR VARIOUS TRADE NAMES, AND THE NAMES OF PROPRIETORS, MANAGERS AND EMPLOYEES., Shackleton, Philip.
6 Shackleton, Philip. POTTERIES OF NINETEENTH CENTURY ONTARIO: AN ALPHABETICAL LISTING, INCORPORATING WHATEVER INFORMATION IS PRESENTLY KNOWN CONCERNING THEIR OPERATIONS, OF POTTERY FIRMS, THEIR VARIOUS TRADE NAMES, AND THE NAMES OF PROPRIETORS, MANAGERS AND EMPLOYEES.
Unedited (& Unpublished) Manuscript. 1964 Very Good 
Unpaginated (approx. 128 mimeographed pages with printing on one side only - versos blank), 11 3/8" H. Black folder with two-hole metal slide binding, typed label bearing title on front cover. An unedited (and unpublished) manuscript by the author of "The Furniture of Old Ontario". The alphabetically arranged listings (by potter or pottery) contain varying amounts of information, from two-line entries giving only the name, location and in what year(s) reference is found for them, to multiple-page entries for potters/potteries like Flack & Van Arsdale, Glass Bros., Hart Bros. & Lazier and William E. Welding. Interior - a little colour offset from inside of card covers on adjacent pages, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light rubbing, light edge wear, the front cover has a very soft crease down the middle and a small crease at the top corner. 
Price: 75.00 USD
 


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