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Ontario Bibliography


1. Aboriginal Texts. Manuscript Circulation. Relation Orality/Literacy. Missionary Texts

Banks, Joyce M. Books in Native Languages in the Rare Book Collections of the National Library of Canada=Livres en langues autochtones dans les collections de livres ratres de la Bibliothèque nationale du Canada. Ottawa: National Library of Canada/Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 1985.

Evans, Karen. Masinahikan: Native Language Imprints in the Archives and Libraries of the AnglicaN Church of Canada. Toronto: Anglican Book Centre, 1985.

Facsimile 10 (November 1993) (Issue on Native Studies).

2. Demography, Urbanization, Schooling and Literacy

Abbott, John. “Hostile Landscapes and the Spectre of Illiteracy: Devising Retrieval Systems for the Sequestered' Children in Northern Ontario 1875-1930.” In An Imperfect Past: Education and Society in Canadian History, ed. J. Donald Wilson, 181-94. Vancouver: Centre for the Study of Curriculum and Instruction, Faculty of Education, University of British Columbia, 1984.

Corman, Linda Wilson. “James Campbell and the Ontario Education Department, 1858-1884.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 14 (1975): 17-52.

Curtis, Bruce. “Schoolbooks and the Myth of Curricular Republicanism: The State and the Curriculum in Canada West, 1820-1850.”Histoire sociale/Social History 32 (November 1983): 305-29.

________. “The Speller Expelled: Disciplining the Common Reader: Canada West, 1846-50.” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology 22 (August 1985): 346-68.

Graff, Harvey. The Literacy Myth: Literacy and Social Structure in the Nineteenth-Century City. New York: Academic Press, 1979.

Houston, Susan and Alison Prentice. Schooling and Scholars in Nineteenth- Century Ontario. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988.

Parvin, Viola. Authorization of Textbooks for the Schools of Ontario, 1846- 1950. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1965.

Wilson, J. Donald. “Common School Texts in Use in Upper Canada Prior to 1845.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 9 (1970): 36-53.

3. I Production

a. Printers and Print Shops

Bissell, Mary. “Women Workers in the Toronto Printing Trades, 1880-1900.”Ph. D. dissertation, University of Toronto, 1995.

Burr, Christina. “The Business Development of the Methodist Book and Publishing House, 1870-1914.” Ontario History 85, no. 3 (September 1993): 251-71.

________. “Class and Gender in the Toronto Printing Trades, 1870-1914.”Ph.D. dissertation, Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1992.

________. “Defending The Art Preservative': Class and Gender Relations in the Printing Trades Union, 1850-1914.”Labour/Le Travail 31 (Spring/ printemps 1993): 47-73.

________. “That Coming Curse The Incompetent Compositress: Class and Gender Relations in the Toronto Typographical Union During the Late Nineteenth Century.”Canadian Historical Review 74, no. 3 (September 1993): 344-66.

Canadian Book of Printing: How Printing Came to Canada and the Story of the Graphic Arts, Told Mainly in Pictures. Toronto: Toronto Public Library, 1940.

Fleming Patricia. “A Canadian Printer’ Apprentice in 1826.” The Devil’ Artisan 9 (1982): 13-17.

________. “William Lyon Mackenzie as Printer, 1824-1837.”The Devil’ Artisan 5 (1981): 3-12; 6 (1981): 3-19; 7 (1981): 22.

Hulse, Elizabeth. A Dictionary of Toronto Printers, Publishers, Booksellers and the Allied Trades, 1798-1900. Toronto: Anson-Cartwright Editions, 1982.

________. “A Printer Writes Home.”The Devil’ Artisan 12 (1983): 3-8.

________. “Sources for the Study of the Book Trades in Nineteenth-Century Toronto: Some Notes on a Work in Progress.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 18 (1979): 39-46.

Kealey, Gregory. “Work Control, the Labour Process, and Nineteenth-Century Canadian Printers.”In Workers and Canadian History, 211-37. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1995.

Raible, Chris. Muddy York Mud: Scandal and Scurrility in Upper Canada. Toronto: Curiosity House, 1992.

Raible, Chris and Nancy Luno. “Life After the Rebellion: William Lyon Mackenzie as Printer After 1837.”The Devil’ Artisan 27 (1990): 5- 27.

Roberts, Wayne. “The Last Artisans: Toronto Printers, 1896-1914.” In Essays in Canadian Working Class History, eds. Gregory S. Kealey and Peter Warrian, 125-42. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1976.

Zerker, Sally F. The Rise and Fall of the Toronto Typographical Union, 1832- 1972: A Case Study of Foreign Domination. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982.

b. Paper

Blyth, J.A. “The Development of the Paper Industry in Old Ontario, 1824- 1867.”Ontario History 62, no. 2 (June 1970): 119-33.

Carruthers, George. Paper Making. Toronto: Garden City Press Co-operatives, 1947.

Edwards, Nina L. “The Establishment of Papermaking in Upper Canada.”Ontario History 39 (1947): 63-74.

Fleming, Patricia. “Paper Evidence in Toronto Imprints, 1798-1841.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 19 (1980): 22-37.

c. Technologies of Print

Aach, Hanna. Impressions: Stories of the Nation’ Printer: Early Years to 1900. Ottawa: Minister of Supply and Services, 1990.

Cooper & Beatty: Designers with Type: An Exhibition in the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, January 15th to April 26th, 1996. Edited by Edna Hajnal and Richard Landon. Toronto: University of Toronto Library, 1996.

Dair, Carl. Design with Type. Rev. ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1967.

Dewalt, Bryan. Technology and Canadian Printing: A History From Lead Type to Lasers. Ottawa: National Museum of Science and Technology, 1995.

Hulse, Elizabeth. “An Early Canadian Type Specimen Book.”The Devil’ Artisan 4 (1981): 15-18.

Karcich, Grant. “Hall Printing Presses.”The Devil’ Artisan 13 (1984): 20-25.

McDonald, Rod. “Cartier Revisited.”The Devil’ Artisan 13 (1984): 3-8.

Poff, Douglas. “Carl Dair and the Cartier Type Face.”In Sticks and Stones: Some Aspects of Canadian Printing History, eds. John Gibson and Laurie Lewis, 25-46. Toronto: Toronto Typographic Association, 1980.

Rider, Geoffrey. “Westman and Baker, Makers.”The Devil’ Artisan 11 (1983): 3-19.

d. Graphics Arts

Burgoyne, St. George. “Some Canadian Illustrators.”Canadian Bookman 1 (January; April 1919): 21-25; 27-30.

Davis, Angela E. Art and Work: A Social History of Labour in the Canadian Graphic Arts Industry to the 1940s. Montreal: McGill Queen’ University Press, 1995.

Lerner, Loren and Mary Williamson. Art and Architecture in Canada: A Bibliography and Guide to the Literature to 1981 / Art et architecture au Canada: bibliographie et guide de la documentation jusqu'en 1981. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991.

Murray, Joan. “Graphics in the Forum, 1920-1951”. Canadian Forum 50 (April-May 1970): 42-44.

Pantazzi, Sybille. “Book Illustration and Design by Canadian Artists 1890-1940, with a List of Books Illustrated by Members of the Group of Seven.”The National Gallery of Canada Bulletin. (1966): 6-24.

________. “Notes on some Canadian Magazines and their Illustrations, 1900-1940.”In The Art and Pictorial Press in Canada: Two Centuries of Art Magazines, eds. Karen McKenzie and Mary F. Williamson, 20-23. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1979.

Stacey, Robert. Canadian Bookplates. Toronto: Subway Books, 1997.

Stacey, Robert and Hunter Bishop. J.E.H. Macdonald, Designer: An Anthology of Graphic Design, Illustration and Lettering. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1996. (Archives of Canadian Art Series)

Williamson, Mary F. “Description Fails...': Periodical Illustration in 19th Century Ontario.”in The Art and Pictorial Press in Canada: Two Centuries of Art Magazines, eds. Karen McKenzie and Mary F. Williamson. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1979.

e. Bookbinding and Design

Fleming Patricia. “A Study of Pre-Confederation Ontario Bookbinding.”Papers/ Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 11 (1972): 53-70.

3. II Genres of Print

a. Music

Beckwith, John. “Tunebooks and Hymnals in Canada, 1801-1939.” American Music 6, no. 2 (1988): 193-234.

Bryce, Maria Calderisi. Music Publishing in the Canadas, 1800-1867/L'édition musicale au Canada, 1800-1867. Ottawa: National Library of Canada/ Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 1981.

________. “Sheet Music Publishing in the Canadas.”In Bibliographical Society of Canada Colloquium III=La Sociéte bibliographique du Canada IIIe colloque. Toronto: Bibliographical Society of Canada, 1979.

Encyclopedia of Music in Canada. 2nd ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992.

Kallmann, Helmut. “Canadian Music Publishing.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 13 (1974): 40-48.

McMillan, Barclay. “Tune-Book Imprints in Canada to 1867: A Descriptive Bibliography.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 16 (1977): 31-57.

b. Children’ Books

Canadian Children’ Literature 38 (1985): research and collections; 68 (1993): censorship.

Egoff, Sheila and Judith Saltman. The New Republic of Childhood: A Critical Guide to Canadian Children’ Literature in English. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Gagnon, André. “Translations of Children’ Books in Canada.”Canadian Children’ Literature 45 (1987): 14-53.

Goodall, Lian. “Zebros and Elosphants: Images of Blacks in Natural History Adventure Empire TalesRead by Young People in Wellington County, Ontario, 1880-1890.”Canadian Children’ Literature 79 (1995): 47-57.

Moyles, R.G. “Young Canada: An Index to Canadian Materials in Major British and American Periodicals 1870-1950.”Canadian Children’ Literature 78 (1995): 6-64.

Powell, Barbara. “Nineteenth-Century Young Women’ Diaries.” Canadian Children’ Literature 65 (1992): 68-80.

Weller, Joan. “Canadian English-Language Juvenile Periodicals: An Historical Overview: 1847-1990.” Canadian Children’ Literature 59 (1990): 38- 69.

c. Popular Reading

Bell, John. Guardians of the North: The National Superhero in Canadian Comic-Book Art. Ottawa: National Archives, 1992.

Grescoe, Paul. The Merchants of Venus: Inside Harlequin and the Empire of Romance. Vancouver: Raincoast, 1996.

Jensen, Margaret Ann. Love’ $weet Return: The Harlequin Story. Toronto: Women’ Educational Press, 1984.

d. Ethnic Publishing

McLaren, Duncan. Ontario Ethno-Cultural Newspapers, 1835-1972: An Annotated Checklist. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1973.

Polyphony: The Bulletin of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario 3, no. 1 (Winter, 1981): emigrants, the written word and trust.

Polyphony: The Bulletin of the Multicultural History Society of Ontario 4, no. 1 (Spring/Summer, 1982): the ethnic press in Ontario.

e. Maps

Gundy, H. Pearson. “Samuel Oliver Tazewell, First Lithographer of Upper Canada.”Humanities Association Review 27, no. 4 (1976): 466-83.

McLeod, Donald W. “William Cameron Chewett and W.C. Chewett & Company of Toronto, Printers and Publishers.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 21 (1982): 11-21

Winearls, Joan. Mapping Upper Canada, 1780-1867: An Annotated Bibliography of Manuscript and Printed Maps. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1991.

________. “The Printing and Publishing of Maps in Ontario Before Confederation.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 31, no. 1 (1993): 57-79.

f. Medical Publishing

Connor, Jennifer J. “The Medical Pamphlet and Pamphleteering in Canada.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 32, no. 2 (1994): 87-119.

________. “To Advocate, to Diffuse, and to Elevate: The Culture and Context of Medical Publishing in Canada, 1630-1920.”Ph.D. dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 1992.

Connor, Jennifer J. and J.T.H. Connor. “Thomsonian Medical Literature and Reformist Discourse in Upper Canada.”Canadian Literature 131 (Winter 1991): 140-55.

Dodd, Dianne. “Advice to Parents: The Blue Books, Helen MacMurchy, MD, and the Federal Department of Health, 1920-34.”Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 8 (1991): 203-30.

Roland, Charles G. “James Neish and The Canadian Medical Times.”McGill Medical Journal 36 (1967): 107-25.

________. “Ontario Medical Periodicals as Mirrors of Change.” Ontario History 72 (1980): 5-15.

Roland, Charles G. and Paul Potter, eds. An Annotated Bibliography of Canadian Medical Periodicals, 1826-1975. Toronto: Hannah Institute for the History of Medicine, 1979.

g. Magazines

Barbour, Noel R. Those Amazing People!: The Story of the Canadian Magazine Industry, 1778-1967. Toronto: Crucible Press, 1982.

Desbarats, Peter. “The Special Role of Magazines in the History of Canadian Mass Media and National Development.”In Communications in Canadian Society, ed. Benjamin D Singer, 50-66. Scarborough, Ont.: Nelson Canada, 1991.

Distad, N. Merrill and Linda M. Distad. “Canada.”In Periodicals of Queen Victoria’ Empire, eds. J. Don Vann and Rosemary T. VanArsdel, 61-174. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996.

Jones, Linda M. Preliminary Checklist of pre-1901 Canadian Serials. Ottawa: Canadian Institute for Historical Microreproductions, 1986.

McDougall, Robert L. “A Study of Canadian Periodical Literature of the Nineteenth Century.”Ph.D. thesis, University of Toronto, 1950.

McKenzie, Karen and Mary F. Williamson. The Art and Pictorial Press in Canada: Two Centuries of Art Magazines. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario, 1979.

Roper, Gordon. “The Canadian Bibliographer and Library Record and Its Editor.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 6 (1967): 27-31.

Spadoni, Carl. “Grip and the Bengoughs as Publishers and Printers.”Papers/ Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 27 (1988): 12-37.

Sutherland, Fraser. The Monthly Epic. A History of Canadian Magazines, 1789- 1989. Markham, Ont.: Fitzhenry & Whiteside, 1989.

Wallace, William Stewart. “The Periodical Literature of Upper Canada.”Canadian Historical Review 12 (March 1931): 4-22.

h. Newspapers

Bassam, Bertha. The First Printers and Newspapers in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto, School of Library Science, 1968.

Beaven, Brian P.N. “Partisanship, Patronage, and the Press in Ontario, 1880- 1914: Myths and Realities.”Canadian Historical Review 44, no. 3 (1983): 317-51.

Benn, Carl. “The Upper Canadian Press, 1793-1815.”Ontario History 70 (June 1978): 91-114.

Bruce, Charles. News and the Southams. Toronto: Macmillan, 1968.

Canada. Parliament. Senate. Special Committee on Mass Media. Committee on Mass Media Report. Ottawa: Queen’ Printer, 1970.

Canada. Royal Commission on Newspapers. Royal Commission on Newspapers. Hull: Supply and Services Canada, 1981.

Canadian Newspapers on Microfilm. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1959.

Careless, J.M.S. Brown of the Globe. Toronto: Macmillan, 1959 and 1963.

Colquhoun, A.H.U. Press, Politics and the People: The Life and Times of Sir John Willison. Toronto: Macmillan, 1935.

Fetherling, Douglas.“E.J. Baker and the British Whig of Kingston.”The Devil’ Artisan 29 (1991): 3-32.

________. The Rise of the Canadian Newspaper. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1990.

Firth, Edith G. Early Toronto Newspapers 1793-1867. Toronto: Toronto Public Library, 1961.

Gilchrist, Brian. Inventory of Ontario Newspapers 1791-1986. Toronto: Micromedia, 1987.

Goheen, Peter.“The Changing Bias of Inter-Urban Communication in Nineteenth Century Canada.” Journal of Historical Geography 16, no. 2 (1990): 177-96.

________.“Communications and Newsmaking Before the Telegraph: The Story of the 1845 Quebec City Fires.”The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien 37, no. 3 (1993): 230-42.

________.“Communications and Urban Systems in Mid-Nineteenth Century Canada.”Urban History Review 14, no. 3 (February 1986): 235-34.

Harkness, Ross. J.E. Atkinson of the Star. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1963.

Hill, Robert.“A Note on Newspaper Patronage in Canada during the Late 1850’ and Early 1860’.” Canadian Historical Review 49 (1968): 44-59.

Hulse, Elizabeth.“Newspapers Printed on the Co-Operative Plan.” Papers/ Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 22 (1983): 81-102.

Kesterton, W.H. A History of Journalism in Canada. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1967.

Macgillivray, George B. A History of Fort William and Port Arthur Newspapers from 1875. Toronto: Bryant Press, 1968.

Osler, Andrew M. News: The Evolution of Journalism in Canada. Toronto: Copp Clark Pitman, 1993.

Poulton, Ron. The Paper Tyrant: John Ross Robertson of the Toronto Telegram. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1971.

Rhodes, Jane.“Breaking the Editorial Ice: Mary Shadd Carey and the Provincial Freeman.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1992.

Rutherford, Paul.“The People’ Press: The Emergence of the New Journalism.”Canadian Historical Review 56, no. 2 (1975): 169-91.

________. A Victorian Authority: The Daily Press in Late Nineteenth Century Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982.

Silverman, Jason H.“ We Shall Be Heard!' The Development of the Fugitive Slave Press in Canada.” Canadian Historical Review 65, no. 1 (1984): 54-69.

Sissons, C.B. Egerton Ryerson: His Life and Letters. Toronto: Clarke Irwin, 1937-1947.

Sotiron, Minko. An Annotated Bibliography of Works on Daily Newspapers in Canada 1914-1983. Montreal: M. Sotiron, 1987.

________.“Concentration and Collusion in the Canadian Newspaper Industry, 1895-1920.” Journalism History 18 (1992): 26-32.

________. From Politics to Profit: The Commercialization of Canadian Daily Newspapers, 1890-1920. Montreal & Kingston: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1997.

Sylvestre, Paul-François. Les journaux de l'Ontario français, 1858-1983. Sudbury: Société historique du Nouvel-Ontario, 1984. (Documents historiques, 81)

Talman, J.J.“Newspaper Press of Canada West, 1850-1860.” Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada 3rd series (1939): 149- 74.

Tobin, Brian. The Upper Canada Gazette and Its Printers, 1793-1849. Edited by Elizabeth Hulse. Toronto: Ontario Legislative Library, 1993.

Walkom, Thomas L.“The Daily Newspaper Industry in Ontario’ Developing Capitalistic Economy: Toronto and Ottawa, 1871-1911.”Ph.D. dissertation, University of Toronto, 1984.

i. Job Printing

A Century of Ontario Broadsides, 1793-1893: A Typographic Exhibition in the Toronto Public Library, June 1965. Toronto: Toronto Public Library, 1965.

Great Canadian Posters. Selected by Theo Dimson. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1979.

Stacey, Robert. The Canadian Poster Book: 100 Years of the Poster in Canada. Toronto: Methuen, 1979.

4. Book Publishing

4.1. General Studies

Audley, Paul. A Report on English-Language Book Publishing in Canada. Toronto: Independent Publishers' Association, 1972.

Barker, Ronald E, Canada - The Expanding Book Market. London: Publishers' Association, 1963.

Bohne, Harald and Harry Van Ierssel. Publishing: The Creative Business. Toronto: University of Toronto Press for Ontario Arts Council, 1973.

Broten, Delores and Peter Birdsall. Paper Phoenix: A History of Book Publishing in English Canada. Victoria: Canlit, 1980.

Canada. Royal Commission on National Development in the Arts, Letters and Sciences. Report. Ottawa: Queen’ Printer, 1951.

Clery, Val. Promotion and Response; Report on the Media Response Survey of Trade Book Publishing. Toronto: Canadian Book Publishers' Council, 1970.

Eayrs, Hugh S. The Barometer Points to Change. Toronto: Macmillan, 1938.

Elliott, Ellen. Publishing in Wartime. Toronto: Macmillan, 1941.

Ernst & Ernst Management Consulting Services. The Book Publishing and Manufacturing Industry in Canada: A Statistical and Economic Analysis. Ottawa: Department of Trade and Commerce, 1970.

Gray, John Morgan.“English Language Publishing in Canada 1945-1955.”CLA Bulletin, 11 (June 1955).

Gundy, H. Pearson. Book Publishing and Publishers in Canada before 1900. Toronto: Bibliographical Society of Canada, 1965.

________. Early Printers and Printing in the Canadas. Toronto: Bibliographical Society of Canada, 1964.

________. The Spread of Printing. Western Hemisphere. Canada. Amsterdam: Vangendt, 1972.

Le secteur des industries culturelles de langue française en Ontario: rapport/The French Cultural Industry Sector in Ontario: Report. Toronto: Ministry of Culture and Communication, 1990.

[Melcher, Frederick G.]“Editorial: our Canadian Relations.” Publishers' Weekly, 138 (17 August 1940).

Ontario. Royal Commission on Book Publishing. Background Papers. Toronto: Queen’ Printer, 1972. (Also the Collected Briefs in 20 volumes and Proceedings in 28 volumes).

________. Canadian Publishers & Canadian Publishing. Toronto: Queen’ Printer, 1973.

Parker, George L.“The Canadian Author and Publisher in the Twentieth Century.”In Editor Author and Publisher: Papers Given at the Editorial Conference University of Toronto, November 1968. Ed. William J. Howard. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1968.

________.“Canadian Publishing in the 1960s.”Times Literary Supplement, 4 September 1969.

________. The Beginnings of the Book Trade in Canada. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1985.

“The Perils of Publishing in Canada.”[Symposium] The Globe Magazine, 25 November 1961.

“The Publishing and Wholesale Distribution of Books in Canada.” The Bookseller, No. 2077 (27 September 1945).

Québec. Commission d'enquête sur le commerce du livre dans la province de Québec. Rapport. Montréal, 1963.

Stuart-Stubbs, Basil, ed. Books in Canada, 1972. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1972.

Unwin, Stanley.“English Books Abroad.”In The Book World. Ed. John Hampton. London: Nelson, 1935.

Tremaine, Marie.“Early Printing in Canada and A Half-Century of Canadian Life and Print, 1751-1800.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 23 (1984): 30-55.

Watson, S.B.“The Canadian Book Market.”Publishers' Weekly. 117 (21 June 1930).

Wolfe, J.N.“The Market for Books in Canada.”Canadian Journal of Economics and Political Science, 24 (November 1958).

4.2. Book Publishing: Toronto

Allison, Gordon H. The Westminster Company. M.A. Thesis, University of Toronto, 1962.

Campbell, Sandra.“Nationalism, Morality, and Gender: Lorne Pierce and the Canadian Literary Canon, 1920-60.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 32, no. 2 (1994): 135-60.

Donnelly, Judy, comp. The Archive of Clarke, Irwin & Company Limited. Hamilton: William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections, McMaster University Library, 1992.

Doran, George H. Chronicles of Barabbas, 1884-1934. New York: Harcourt and Brace, 1934; ________. Further chronicles and Comment, 1952. New York: Rinehart, 1952.

Fee, Marjorie.“Lorne Pierce, Ryerson Press, and the Makers of Canadian Literature Series.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 24 (1985).

Fleming, Patricia Lockhart.“A History of Publishing in Toronto, 1798 to 1841, with a Descriptive Bibliography of Imprints.”Ph. D. Dissertation, University of London, 1980.

Friskney, Janet B.“Beyond the Shadow of William Briggs, Part I: Setting the Stage and Introducing the Players.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 33 no. 2 (1995): 121-63.

Garrick, Dana.“The United Church of Canada Board of Publication Collection: A Major Resource for the History of the Book in Canada.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada, 32, no. 1 (1994): 11-30.

Gray, John Morgan. Fun Tomorrow: Learning to be a Publisher, and Much Else. Toronto: Macmillan, 1978.

Harman, Eleanor, ed. The University as Publisher. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961.

Hulse, Elizabeth.“The Hunter-Rose Company: A Brief History.” The Devil’ Artisan, 18 (1986).

________.“The Life and Times of William Walter Copp: The Book Trades in Nineteenth-Century Toronto.”In Sticks and Stones: Some Aspects of Canadian Printing History. Comp. John Gibson and Laurie Lewis. Toronto: Toronto Typographic Association, 1980.

Hurtig, Mel.“Let’ Overhaul our Methods of Book Distribution.” Quill and Quire, 29 (July-August 1963) and (September-October 1963).

Jeanneret, Marsh. God and Mammon: Universities as Publishers. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1989.

Lochhead, Douglas Grant.“J. Ross Robertson, Publisher: Aspects of the Book Trade in Nineteenth-Century Toronto.”In Book Selling and Book Buying: Aspects of the Nineteenth-Century British and North American Book Trade. Ed. Richard G. Landon. Chicago: American Library Association, 1978.

McClelland, John G.“The Reprinting of Canadian Books.”Ontario Library Review, 41 (August 1957).

McDougall, R.L.“The Reprinting of Canadian Books.”Ontario Library Review, 41 (August 1957).

[MacKenzie, William Lyon].“On Printers and Publishers.”The Colonial Advocate, 6 April 1826.

McLeod, Donald W.“William Cameron Chewett and W.C. Chewett and Company of Toronto: Printers and Publishers.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 21 (1982).

Our Wish for you as we Approach our Fiftieth Anniversary. [Toronto: George J. McLeod, 1947].

Parker, George L.“A History of a Canadian Publishing House: A Study of the Relation Between Publishing and the Profession of Writing, 1890-1940.”Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Toronto, 1969. [McClelland and Stewart]

Pierce, Lorne. The House of Ryerson. Toronto: Ryerson, 1954.

Poulton, Ron. The Paper Tyrant: John Ross Robertson of the Toronto Telegram. Toronto: Clarke, 197l.

“Ryerson Press sold to McGraw-Hill.”Quill and Quire, 31 (6 November 1970).

Seccombe, W.W. A Private Concern. Toronto: Nelson, Foster, & Scott, 1974.

Sissons, C.B. Egerton Ryerson: His Life and Letters. Toronto: Clarke Irwin, 1937-1947.

Spadoni, Carl and Judy Donnelly. A Bibliography of McClelland and Stewart Imprints, 1909-1985: A Publisher’ Legacy. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994.

Squair, John.“How the University Press Developed.” University of Toronto Monthly, 21, no. 3 (December 1920).

W.J. Gage & Co. Limited. A Story of Sixty-five Successful Years. 1844-1909. Toronto: [Gage, 1909].

Wallace, W. Stewart. The Ryerson Imprint. A Check-list of the Books and Pamphlets Published by the House of Ryerson Since the Foundation of the House in 1829. Toronto: Ryerson, [1954].

Warwick Bros. & Rutter, Limited. The Story of the Business. 1848-1923. Toronto: Warwick Bros. & Rutter, 1923.

“The White Circles are now ‘Made in Canada’.”Quill and Quire, 8 (May 1942).

Whiteman, Bruce, Charlotte Stewart, and Catherine Funnell. A Bibliography of Macmillan of Canada Imprints.Toronto and London: Dundurn Press, 1985.

William Henry Clarke, a Memorial Volume. Foreword R.W.W. Robertson. Toronto: Clarke, Irwin, 1956.

Worman, Eugene C., Jr.“A 19th-century London Publisher’ Toronto Connection.”AB Bookman’ Weekly, 79,no. 14 (1988).

4.3. Book Publishing: Ontario, excluding Toronto

Brodie, Alexander H.“Subscription Publishing and the Booktrade in the Eighties.”Studies in Canadian Literature, (Winter 1977).

Brunet-Lamarche, Anita.“Auteurs et oeuvres: bio-bibliographies.” Revue du Nouvel-Ontario 4 (1982): 21-43.

Elder, Carol. Early Printing Offices in Newmarket, Ontario.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 24 (1985).

Gundy, H. Pearson.“Hugh C. Thomson: Editor, Publisher, and Politician, 1791-1834.”In To Preserve & Defend: Essays on Kingston in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Gerald Tulchinsky. Montreal: McGill-Queen’ University Press, 1976.

________.“Publishing and Bookselling in Kingston Since 1810.” Historic Kingston 10 (1962): 22-36.

Hazelgrove, A.R., ed. A Tercentennial Contribution to a Checklist of Kingston Imprints to 1867 Compiled by Queen’ University Librarians. Kingston: Special Collections, Douglas Library, [1977].

“News of the Trade: Mr. Durie Sells to Mr. Hope.”Bookseller and Stationer, 14 (June 1898).

O'Neill-Karch, Mariel.“Les titres de Prise de parole: une volunt, de nommer l'Ontario français.”Vie française 40, no. 1(décembre, 1988): 7-22.

Paré, François.“Les éditions Prise de parole: littérature et animation.”Revue d'histoire littéraire du Québec et du Canada français 3 (hiver-printemps, 1982): 24-31.

St. John, Edward. The Graphic Publishers Limited, 1925-1932. Ottawa: The Historical Society of Ottawa, 1992.

Talman, James John.“The Newspaper Press of Canada West, 1850-1860.”Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada, 3rd series, Section II, 33 (1939).

________.“The Pioneer Press in Western Ontario.”Western Ontario Historical Notes, 5, no. 2 (1947).

Tremblay, Gaston.“Genèse d'éditions francophones en Ontario.” Revue du Nouvel-Ontario 4 (1982): 1-20.

4.4. Little Presses

The Aliquando Press. 25 years of Private Printing. [Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto, 1988.]

Burnaham, Clint. Allegories of Publishing: The Toronto Small Press Scene. Toronto: Streetcar Editions, 1991.

Inkster, Tim. An Honest Trade. An Exhibition of Canadian Small Press Books Printed and Bound at the Porcupine’ Quill in Erin, Ontario (1974-1983) Erin, Ont.: Porcupine’ Quill, 1983.

Knight, Lorna. Impressions of Coach House Press: The First Ten Years, 1965-1975. [1990].

Kotin, David.“Graphic Publishers and the Bibliographer; an introduction and Checklist.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 18 (1979).

Lochhead, Douglas Grant.“Bibliographical Presses.”Scholarly Publishing, 2 (1971).

McKnight, David. The New Wave Canada: Coach House Press and the Small Press Movement in English Canada in the 1960s. Ottawa: National Library of Canada, 1996.

Melanson, Holly. Literary Presses in Canada, 1975-1985: A Checklist and Bibliography. Halifax: Dalhousie University, School of Library and Information Studies, 1988.

Polk, James.“A Spider’ Life: Anansi at Fifteen.”Canadian Forum, 62 (June/July 1982).

Price, Kathleen.“The Small Literary Press in Canada, 1946-72: A Communicational Analysis of Alternative Forms and Resistant Practices.”Master’ Thesis, McGill University, 1988.

Rueter, Marilyn.“The Private Press in Canada: A Brief Survey.” In Sticks and Stones: Some Aspects of Canadian Printing History. Comp. John Gibson and Laurie Lewis. Toronto: Toronto Typographic Association,1980.

Tratt, Grace. Check list of Canadian Small Presses: English Language. Halifax: Dalhousie University Libraries and School of Library Science, 1974.

4.5. Retail Bookselling

Baxter, Marvin, ed. The Story of Bookselling in Ontario. Toronto: Grove Press, 1976.

Hood, Dora. The Side Door: twenty-six years in my Book Room. Toronto: Ryerson Press, [1958].

Report of the Proceedings of the First General Meeting of the Canadian Booksellers' Association, with the Constitution and By-laws then Adopted. Toronto: Hunter, Rose, 1876.

Smith, Allan.“American Publications in Nineteenth-century Canada.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 9 (1970).

Vipond, Mary.“Best Sellers in English Canada, 1899-1918.” Journal of Canadian Fiction, 24 (1979).

Waterston, Elizabeth.“Books and Notions: The Canadian Popular Novel in the Nineteenth Century.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature, 9 (September 1982).

4.6. Copyright and Related Legal Aspects

Barnes, James J. Authors, Publishers and Politicians. The Quest for an Anglo-American Copyright Agreement. 1815-1854. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1974.

Canada (Province). Legislative Assembly, Sessional Papers, No. 2 of the Journals, 1843. See Appendix P.P. “English copyrights Act: Report of the Select Committee.” [Kingston: Edward John Barker, 1844].

________. Sessional Papers (No.8B), Appendix to the Report of the Minister of Agriculture, 1895. Conference on the Copyright Question. Ottawa: Queen’ Printer, 1896.

Canada. Royal Commission on Patents, Copyright, Trade Marks and Industrial Designs. Report on Copyright. Ottawa: Queen’ Printer, 1957.

Canada. Royal Commission on Publications. Report. Ottawa: Queen’ Printer, 1961.

Dawson, Samuel Edward. Copyright in Books. Montreal: Dawson, 1882.

Economic Council of Canada. Report on Intellectual and Industrial Property. January 1971. Ottawa: Information Canada, 1971.

Fox, Harold George. The Canadian Law of Copyright. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1944.

Great Britain, Colonial Office, Canada. Correspondence on the Subject of the Law of Copyright in Canada. London: HM Stationery Office, 1895.

Lancefield, Richard T. Notes on Copyright, Domestic and International. Hamilton: Canadian Literary Bureau, 1896.

Morang, George N. The Copyright Question: A Letter to the Toronto Board of Trade. Toronto: Morang, 1902.

Parker, George L.“The British North American Book Trade in the 1840’: The First Crisis.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 12 (1973).

________.“The Copyright Question in the 1890s.”Journal of Canadian Studies, 9 (May 1976).

4.7. Periodicals

Books and Notions (Toronto)
Books in Canada (Toronto)
Bookseller and Stationer (Toronto)
Canada Bookseller (Toronto)
Canadian Bibliographer (Hamilton; Toronto)
Canadian Author and Bookman (Toronto)
Canadian Bookman (Toronto)
Canadian Notes and Queries (Kingston; Toronto)
Canadian Printer and Publisher (Toronto)
The Devil’ Artisan, a Journal of the Printing Arts
Publishers' Circular (London)
Publishers' Weekly (New York)
Publishing History
Quill & Quire (Toronto)

4.8. Organizations

Wholesale Booksellers' Section, Toronto Board of Trade (1857?- ); becomes Publishers' Section of the Toronto Board of Trade (1911- ); becomes Canadian Book Publishers' Council
Toronto Booksellers' Association (1876- )
Canadian Copyright Association (1888- )
Canadian Society of Authors (1899- )
The Canadian Authors' Association (1921- )
Association of Canadian Bookmen (1936- )
Canadian Retail Booksellers' Association (1951- )
Canadian Textbook Publishers' Council
Independent Publishers' Association (1971- ); becomes Association of Canadian Publishers (1975- )
Writers Union of Canada (1973)

5. Distribution of the Printed Word

Wiseman, John A.“Bible and Tract: Disseminating Missionary Literature in Ninetenth-Century Ontario.”Publishing History 18 (1985): 69-83.

________.“Silent Companions: The Dissemination of Books and Periodicals in Nineteenth-Century Ontario.”Publishing History 12 (1982): 17-50.

6. Reception of the Printed Word

a. Libraries

Anderson, H.B.“A Brief History of the Development of the Library and the Academy since its Inception.”Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine, Toronto 5 (May 1932): 34-9.

________.“History of the Library of the Academy of Medicine, Toronto.”Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine, Toronto 20 (1946): 239-52.

Blackburn, Robert H. Evolution of the Heart: A History of the University of Toronto Library Up to 1981. Toronto: University of Toronto Library, 1989.

Bruce, Lorne. Free Books for All: The Public Library Movement in Ontario, 1850-1930. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1994.

Cameron, William J. and George McKnight, comps. Robert Addison’s Library: A Short-Title Catalogue of the Books Brought to Upper Canada in 1792 by the First Missionary sent out to the Niagara Frontier by the Society for the Propagation of the Gospel. Hamilton: Synod of the Diocese of Niagara, 1967.

Connor, Jennifer J.“Estate Records and the History of Medicine in Ontario.”Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 10 (1993): 97-114.

________.“Prescribed Reading: Patients' Libraries in North American Tuberculosis Institutions.” Libraries & Culture 27 (1992): 25-78.

Duffin, Jacalyn. Langstaff: A Nineteenth-Century Medical Life. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1993.

Gibb, Elizabeth.“Toronto Public Library, Ontario, Canada.”In Encyclopedia of Library History, eds. Wayne A. Wiegand and Donald G. Davis, Jr., 623-24. New York: Garland Press, 1994.

Gwyn, Norman B.“Sir William Osler’ Contributions to the Library of the Academy of Medicine, Toronto.”Bulletin of the Academy of Medicine, Toronto 20 (1947): 266-72.

Hulse, Elizabeth.“From the Library of the Honourable George Brown.”The Devil’ Artisan 25 (1989): 4-9.

Jameson, Mary Ann, ed. Richard Maurice Bucke: A Catalogue based upon the Collections of the University of Western Ontario Libraries. London: The Libraries, University of Western Ontario, 1978.

MacDonald, Bertrum H.“A Search for Gold: Reconstructing a Private Library the Case of Dr. Robert Bell.”Canadian Bulletin of Medical History 12 (1995): 385-410.

McNally, Peter F.“Canadian Library History in English 1964-1984: A Survey and Evaluation.”In Readings in Canadian Library History, ed. Peter F. McNally, 23. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1986.

________.“Canadian Library History in English and French 1985-1991: A Survey and Evaluation.”In Readings in Canadian Library History 2, ed. Peter F. McNally, 21-36. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1996.

________.“Canadian Library History in English and French to 1964: A Survey and Evaluation.”In Readings in Canadian Library History 2, ed. Peter F. McNally, 3-20. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1996.

________.“National Library of Canada, Ottawa.”In Encyclopedia of Library History, eds. Wayne A. Wiegand and Donald G. Davis, Jr., 453-54. New York: Garland Press, 1994.

Peer, E.T.“A Nineteenth-Century Physician of Upper Canada and His Library.”Cleveland Medical Library Association Bulletin 19 (1972): 78-85.

Wiseman, John A.“Temples of Democracy: A History of Public Library Development in Ontario, 1880-1920.”Ph.D. dissertation, Loughborough University, 1989.

b. Readers

Gerson, Carole. A Purer Taste : The Writing and Reading of Fiction in English in Nineteenth Century Canada.Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 1989.

Lorimer, James. Book Reading in Canada: The Audience, the Marketplace, and the Distribution System for Trade Books in English Canada. Toronto: ACP, 1983.

7. Professionalization of the World of the Printed Word

Cummings, Stephen F.“Angus McGill Mowat and the Development of Ontario Public Libraries, 1920-1960.”Ph.D. dissertation, University of Western Ontario, 1986.

Deacon, William Arthur. Dear Bill: The Correspondence of W.A. Deacon. Edited by John Lennox and Michelle Lacombe. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1988.

Hanson, Elizabeth.“Early Canadian Library Education: The McGill and Ontario Experience, 1904-1927.”In Readings in Canadian Library History 2, ed. Peter F. McNally, 57-89. Ottawa: Canadian LibraryAssociation, 1996.

Thomas, Clara and John Lennox. William Arthur Deacon: A Canadian Literary Life. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982.

McNally, Peter F.“Fanfares and Celebrations: Anniversaries in Canadian Graduate Education for Library and Information Studies.”In Readings in Canadian Library History 2, ed. Peter F. McNally, 39-56. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1996.

8. Ontario bibliographies, etc.

Bishop, Olga B. Publications of the Government of Ontario, 1867-1900. Toronto: Ministry of Government Services, 1976.

________. Publications of the Government of the Province of Canada, 1841- 1867. Ottawa: Queen’ Printer, 1963.

________. Publications of the Province of Upper Canada and of Great Britain Relating to Upper Canada, 1791-1840. Toronto: Ministry of Citizenship and Culture, 1984.

Bishop, Olga B., Barbara Irwin and Clara Miller. Bibliography of Ontario History, 1867-1976: Cultural, Economic, Political, Social. 2nd ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1980.

Brady, Elizabeth.“A Bibliographical Essay on William Kirby’ The Golden Dog, 1877-1977.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 15 (1976): 24-48.

Fleming, Patricia. Upper Canadian Imprints 1801-1841: A Bibliography. Toronto: University of Toronto Press in co-operation with the National Library of Canada, 1988.

Gervais, Gaetan, Gwenda Hallsworth and Ashley Thomson. The Bibliography of Ontario History, 1976-1986=La bibliographie d'histoire Ontarienne, 1976-1986. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1989.

Hjartarson, Paul.“On the Textual Transmission of F.P. Grove’ A Search for America.”Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 25 (1986): 59-81.

Kingsford, William. The Early Bibliography of the Province of Ontario. Toronto: Rowsell & Hutchison, 1892.

MacTaggart, Hazel. Publications of the Government of Ontario, 1901-1955: A Checklist. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964.

________. Publications of the Government of Ontario, 1956-1971: A Checklist. Toronto: Ministry of Government Services, 1976.

Mitham, Peter J.“The Publication of Songs of a Sourdough.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 34, no. 1 (1996): 13-61.

Morley, William F.E. A Bibliographical Study of Major John Richardson. Toronto: Bibliographical Society of Canada, 1973.

Neill, Desmond.“Henry Scadding’ Toronto of Old, 1873 and 1878: A Bibliographical Note.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 17 (1978): 74-5.

Stone, Patricia.“The Publishing History of W.H. Smith’ Canada: Past, Present and Future: A Preliminary Investigation.” Papers/Cahiers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 19 (1980): 38-68.

Thomson, Ashley, Glenda Hallsworth and Lionel Bonin. The Bibliography of Northern Ontario/La bibliographie du nord de l'Ontario 1966-1991. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 1994.

Tremaine, Marie. A Bibliography of Canadian Imprints, 1751-1800. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1952.

Whiteman, Bruce. Collected Poems of Raymond Souster: Bibliography. Ottawa: Oberon Press, 1984.