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Lambert, R. S.
Lambert, Richard S.
Lambert, Richard Stanton
Lambert, Richard Staunton
Beales, H. L. (1889-)
Beales, Hugh Lancelot (1889-)
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Affiliation (see also from)
Clark, Kenneth (1903-1983))
Hrotsvitha, approximately (935-approximately 975)
Lambert, Richard C.
Rotha, Paul (1907-1984)
Vida, Marco Girolamo (ca. 1485-1566.)
Walahfrid Strabo, 807? (849)
adventure of Canadian painting., The
Ariel and all his quality;
Art in England
Cobbett of the West; a study of Thomas Latimer and the struggle between pulpit and press at Exeter, The
Do you deserve democracy. (R.S. Lambert).
Exploring the supernatural : the weird in Canadian folklore
For filmgoers only : the intelligent filmgoer's guide to the film
For the time is at hand, an account of the prophesies of Henry Wentworth Monk of Ottawa, friend of Jews and pioneer of world peace.
fortunate traveller; a short history of touring and travel for pleasure., The
Franklin of the Arctic a life of adventure
game of chess done into English from the Latin of M. Vida, The
Grand tour: a journey in the tracks of the age of aristocracy
historian's scrapbook; a picture gallery of life during the nineteenth century, A
Home front; intimate letters, both grave and gay, telling how Great Britain faces the war, from the C.B.C. broadcasts, Old country mail.
innocence of Edmund Galley, The
Lambert's day : an appreciation of R.S. Lambert
Memoirs of the unemployed, 1985:
Modern Imperialism. -
Mutiny in the Bay; Henry Hudson's last voyage.
North for adventure
Old country mail (Third series)
prince of pickpockets; a study of George Barrington, Who left his country for his country's good, The
railway king, 1800-1871; a study of George Hudson and the business morals of his time, The
Redcoat sailor, the adventures of Sir Howard Douglas.
Renewing nature's wealth; a centennial history of the public management of lands, forests & wildlife in Ontario, 1763-1967
School broadcasting in Canada
Story of Claverleigh and Its People. -, The
There's no place like home
They went exploring.
Trailmaker; the story of Alexander Mackenzie.
universal provider; a study of William Whiteley and the rise of the London department store, The
We live in Ontario
When justice faltered a study of nine peculiar murder trials
Workers' educational association outlines
world's most daring explorers; 38 men who opened up the world., The