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Some books have photographs instead of illustrations.
A collection of short stories featuring orphans.
Arts of Clay (1977)
A survey of clay artwork made by various primitive cultures.
The autobiography of a dog, who was cruelly abused, then rescued by a loving family. It was the first Canadian book to sell over a million copies.
This edition has the plates in black-and-white. Read for free online at Internet Archive.
An atlas of paintings of common birds for use in schools. Read for free online at Internet Archive.
This edition utilizes the colored illustrations that were made for the school atlas. Read for free online at Internet Archive.
Bring on the Girls (1953)
Plum (lyrics) and Guy (book) reminisce about their years as kings of Broadway musical comedy. This is a somewhat revised edition of the first American Simon and Schuster edition of 1953.
Bring on the Girls (2014)
Plum (lyrics) and Guy (book) reminisce about their years as kings of Broadway musical comedy. This is the revised text from the 1954 Herbert Jenkins, Ltd. edition.
The British People (1958)
A social studies book about the British people and their work.
Carter’s Legacy (1928)
A short story extolling the virtues of thrift and the history of a bank. Published on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of the Citizens Trust Company of Utica, New York.
Christian Science (1907)
A combination of a humorous send-up and a more serious critique of the cult of Mary Baker Eddy. Read online at Hathitrust.
Don Gypsy (1936)
The travels and adventures of a folk singer in Spain and the adjacent Barbary states. Frontis and title page by Rackham.
A history of the steel battleship from the launch of the Dreadnought in 1906 to the end of the era.
East Coast Scenery (1899)
A travel guide to the East Coast of England. Read for free online at HathiTrust.
Education by Uncles (1966)
A descendant of John Adams, Abigail Adams Homans gives her reminiscences of her Adams uncles, Henry, Brooks and CF.
A steamship journey from Vancouver to Cape Town with intermediate stops in Australia, India, The Fijis, New Zealand, Mauritius and Ceylon. Read online at archive.org.
The French Decorative Styles (1904)
This handbook was prepared for the 79th annual meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science. One chapter is by Seton. It is called Fauna of Manitoba. Read this book for free online at Internet Archive.