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Whitby, ON: Ontario Ladies' College, 1931. Quarto, blue cloth gilt. pp (98). Photos, drawings, many local ads. Rubbing and soiling to covers, some colour loss to rear cover, ink owner inscription at front; externally only good, internally VG. Year Book for 1930-1931.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 45724More details Price: USD $45.00 USD $40.50
Whitby, ON: Ontario Ladies' College, 1925. Quarto, blue cloth gilt. pp 142. Photos, drawings, many local ads. Soiling to front cover; moderate wear to spine ends, damp stain to upper outer corner of rear cover with light ripples in that corner in text; pencil owner name at front; generally VG otherwise. Year Book for 1924-25.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 45540More details Price: USD $45.00 USD $40.50
WEST TORONTO JUNCTION REVISITED. Third editon.
Erin, ON: Boston Mills Press, 1992. Card covers. pp (xii), 78. Many photos. Very nearly fine. Note: lighter parcel, any default shipping may be reduced.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 48746More details Price: USD $14.95 USD $13.46
WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MILKMAN? : a history of dairies in Oshawa and district and collectors' guide
Edition: First edition
No place (Oshawa, ON): Author, 1985. Octavo, gilt card covers. pp (112). Photos. Light rubbing to covers, a bit of darkening to inner margin of front cover, VG otherwise. #899 of an edition of 1000. Section on dairy collectibles at rear. Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 45830More details Price: USD $14.95 USD $13.46
WHAT HAPPENED TO OUR MILKMAN? a history of dairies in Oshawa and district and collectors' guide
No place (Oshawa, ON): Author, 1985. Octavo, pp x, 11-112. Photos. Rebound in plain half brown cloth and marbled boards. Inscribed by the author to his brother Leon Konarowski who did the binding. Fine copy. #10 of a stated edition of 1000 copies. Section on dairy collectibles at rear.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 45689More details Price: USD $24.95 USD $22.46
WHEELS OF PROGRESS. A Story of the Development of Toronto and its Public Transformation Services.
Toronto Transportation Commission, no date [ca. 1946. 1947?). Fourth edition. Octavo, red card covers. pp 118. Illustrated. A little leaned, spine sunning, VG otherwise. Street railways, TTC.
Condition: Binding: SoftcoverBook ID: 45460More details Price: USD $13.95 USD $12.56
WHERE IS JENNY NOW?
Edition: First printing
Garden City, New York: Crime Club / Doubleday, 1958. Black boards. Yellowing to page edges, ink name at front, else fine. Price-clipped jacket has a few nicks, bit of sunning to red portion of spine, VG otherwise. A crime novel set in Toronto by this Toronto author.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 44453More details Price: USD $17.95 USD $16.16
Whitby, Ontario, Canada; the town of opportunity: residential, industrial
Whitby, ON: 1955. Octavo, pp 68. Photos, local ads. Rebound in plain half black morocco and marbled boards, original card covers laid in. Fine copy. Also laid in is a folding brochure for the centennial celebration. At top of original front cover: "Centennial 1855-1955. The County Town, Ontario County". Note: lighter parcel, any default postage rate may be reduced.Book ID: 45828More details Price: USD $25.00 USD $22.50
WILLIAM BERCZY: co-founder of Toronto
Edition: First edition
Toronto: Borough of York, 1967. Green cloth, octavo. pp 168 + plates. Index. Fine in jacket. Albrecht Moll, alias William Berczy, created the first roads and buildings in Toronto, built Yonge Street, founded Markham Township, designed the Don River Bridge, and was an able portrait painter to boot.
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 45580More details Price: USD $18.95 USD $17.06
YESTERDAY'S TORONTO 1870-1910
Toronto: Coles, 1978. Brown boards, photographic endpapers. pp x, 149. Many photos. Fine in worn jacket (creased, taped).
Condition: Binding: HardcoverBook ID: 45043More details Price: USD $9.95 USD $8.96
Young Mr. Smith in Upper Canada
University of Toronto Press, 1980. Blue-green cloth, black endpapers. , (216) pp, numerous photos in text at front, indexed. "Not all British immigrants in mid-nineteenth century Upper Canada were 'roughing it in the bush'. This lively account of twenty years in the life of a dashing young man about town provides a firsthand description of society in early Victorian Toronto. Young Mr Smith's diaries and letters, from 1839 to 1858, have been edited by his granddaughter and deftly interwoven with her own background comments." - jacket. Fine in VG jacket.
Condition: Book: Fine, Dust Jacket: Very Good, Binding: Hardcover.Book ID: 24483More details Price: USD $17.00 USD $15.30