Regular Posts Tagged ‘1930’
20th Aug 2015Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

With the compliments of the author. Richard Boswell Aug. 1938 Mr. Oliver [unnumbered page] [blank page] NORA A ROMANCE OF THE GREAT WAR           BY R. BOSWELL           LONDON : ARTHUR H. STOCKWELL, LTD., 29, LUDGATE HILL, E.C.4. [unnumbered page] Made and printed in Great Britain, for […]

4th Jun 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

Silver Arrows NOËL H. WILCOX [2 blank pages] [unnumbered page, includes illustration] SILVER ARROWS By NOEL H. WILCOX Contents copyright, Canada, 1930. 500 copies printed. Weeks Printing Co., Ltd., Halifax. Also “Piper of Dreams”, 1927. [unnumbered page]  SILVER ARROWS Beneath the trees of April I am searching everywhere For pixie birds that pounce on leaves […]

14th Mar 2014Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

CAPTIVE AND OTHER POEMS By CONSTANCE DAVIES WOODROW To Dr. S. P. Feuster with best wishes from yours fraternally Constance Davies Woodrow Christmas Greetings 1930 [unnumbered page] Second Dawn  I who had thought to love you with such joy, Fall strangely into all my maiden-ways, And, with the hush of twilight on my heart, Stand […]

20th Jan 2014Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] A Quebec Bouquet [unnumbered page] [blank page] A Quebec Bouquet by Helen Slack Wickenden The Stratford Company Publishers, Boston, Mass. [unnumbered page] COPYRIGHT—1930—BY THE STRATFORD COMPANY Publishers PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA  PRINTED BY THE ALPINE PRESS, INC., BOSTON, MASS. [unnumbered page] To A.A.W. “As one flame kindleth another.” [unnumbered […]

17th Dec 2013Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] Chuckles From Home [unnumbered page] [blank page] CHUCKLES FROM HOME [illustration] By Harold S. Wood  First edition, 1930 The Reliance Press, Toronto [unnumbered page] To my Mother, my Father and my Wife this little volume is affectionately dedicated [unnumbered page] [blank page] FOREWORD In presenting this little volume of verse I would […]

11th Aug 2013Posted in: Modernist Canadian Poets 0

[2 blank pages] ROSES OF SHADOW BY ELISE AYLEN WITH A FOREWORD BY DUNCAN CAMPBELL SCOTT “Why should poor Beauty indirectly seek Roses of shadow,” TORONTO:  THE MACMILLAN COMPANY OF CANADA LIMITED, AT ST. MARTIN’S HOUSE 1930 [unnumbered page] Copyright, Canada, 1930, by ELISE AYLEN PRINTED IN CANADA T H. BEST PRINTING CO., LIMITED TORONTO, […]

2nd Aug 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

The RYERSON POETRY CHAP–BOOKS: Bittersweet By ELSIE WOODLEY [unnumbered page] OF THIS EDITION OF BITTERSWEET, BY ELSIE WOODLEY, TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY COPIES HAVE BEEN PRINTED. THIS CHAP–BOOK IS A PRODUCT OF THE RYERSON PRESS. TORONTO, CANADA 1930 Bittersweet is the first offering of Miss Elsie Woodley, daughter of E.C. Woodley, M.A., of the Department […]

30th Jul 2013Posted in: Edwardian and Georgian Canadian Poets 0

The Call of the Carillon Annie Charlotte Dalton . The Call of the Carillon Hark! hark! the bells do ring! Like the white-throat in the Spring, “I love Canada, Canada, Canada! I love Canada” they sing. Oh, hear the bells of Canada, As lightly blown as foam Across our own dear Canada, Our country ad […]

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