Regular Posts Tagged ‘1916’
5th Jul 2016Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[handwritten: Presented To Dr. Bourner of Bruce Nov. in Toronto. An old highly esteemed and valued friend with good words and compliments of the author. Lt. Col. A. E. Belcher, Toronto, 1917] [inside front cover] [illustration: Toronto, April 11th, 1916] Lt. Col. A. E. Belcher the composer of these verses is of F. E. Loyalist […]

27th Aug 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[3 blank pages] The Spell of the Yukon and  Other Verses [unnumbered page]  [blank page] The Spell of the Yukon  And Other Verses BY ROBERT W. SERVICE         NEW YORK DODD, MEAD & COMPANY PUBLISHERS [unnumbered page] COPYRIGHT, 1907 BY DODD, MEAD & COMPANY COPYRIGHT, 1916 BY DODD, MEAD & COMPANY   […]

21st Aug 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] Rhymes of  a Red Cross Man [unnumbered page] [blank page]  RHYMES of a  RED CROSS MAN     By ROBERT W. SERVICE   Author of ‘Songs of a Sourdough,” “Ballads of a Cheechako,” “Rhymes of a Rollings Stone,” and “The Trail of ‘98”         TORONTO: WILLIAM BRIGGS 1916 [unnumbered page] […]

20th Jun 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

[3 blank pages] [illustration] THE CALL OF THE MOTHERLAND. (See page 42). [unnumbered page]  POEMS FROM THE PRESS PATRIOTIC, DESCRIPTIVE SENTIMENTAL AND HUMOROUS BY HENRY A. ASHMEAD TORONTO POST OFFICE “I’d rather sing some simple lay And have the world know what it means Than sing in such bewildering way As those who write for […]

6th Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

THE WHITE COMRADE by Katherine Hale [unnumbered page, includes illustration] [blank page] THE WHITE COMRADE AND OTHER POEMS BY KATHERINE HALE Author of “Grey Knitting” ♥ Cover Design by DOROTHY STEVENS Mcclelland, Goodchild&STEWART PUBLISHERS : : : : TORONTO CANADA 1916 [unnumbered page] THE WHITE COMRADE A Canadian soldier, wounded at Ypres, speaks So this […]

3rd Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

The Story of Armand Villiers Being the Crusts and Crumbs for Christmas, 1916 By Albert Ernest Stafford Smythe [unnumbered page] [blank page] THIS IS THE KIND OF STORY that writers of fiction like to have on Christmas Eve or Christmas night, but I have not the slightest authority for saying it happened on either the […]

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