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    • Notable Works and Collections Number 14

    • University of Saskatchewan -- Library Library catalogs -- Periodicals
    • Issue includes: forward; the naming of Saskatoon--John Lake's accounts; the minute book of the Temperance Colony Pioneers' Society and the Central Saskatchewan Agricultural Society; the Saskatoon Sentinel; the achievement of the Saskatoon...
    • Histrionics

    • Sorokin, Pitirim A.; Sociology; Article; Brinton, Crane
    • Sorokin's response to the article written by Crane Brinton, Socio-Astrology, criticizing Sorokin's findings in Social and Cultural Dynamics. The Southern Review, winter, 1938
    • Notable Works and Collections Number 1

    • University of Saskatchewan--Library Library catalogs -- Periodicals University of Saskatchewan --Library Library catalogs--Periodicals
    • A semi-annual publication which is the joint effort of the Collection Development Department and Special Collections. Its purpose is to inform the University community of outstanding or interesting acquisitions made to the library system.
    • The Wonderful World of Sarah Binks (Reviews)

    • Donkin, Eric; Hiebert, Paul, 1892-1987; Saskatchewan--Drama; Canadian drama--20th century; Canadian drama--Saskatchewan;
    • A photocopy of a promotional poster for The Wonderful World of Sarah Binks, along with several reviews of it and of Donkin's other major roles. There is also brief biographical notes on Donkin, Sarah Binks, and Miss Rosalind Drool. Lastly, included...
    • Shadows on the Ground

    • Layton, Irving, 1912-2006; Canadian poetry -- 20th century; Poets, Canadian -- 20th century;
    • Unbound manuscript pages in a duo tang of Layton's Shadows on the Ground published by Mosaic in 1982 and designed by Doug Frank. Limited to 200 copies, of which this is number 156. Message handwritten on title page to Stephanie and Max signd by...
    • Foundation for Integrated Education

    • Sorokin, Pitirim A.; Sociology; Correspondence
    • 12 enclosures (notices re: workshops, courses, conferences, and 1 ectures; functional and organizational chart of the Foundation; and F.L. Kunz's "The role of a biological field theory i n education" and "The cultural constitution of man")]...
    • My War

    • World War II;
    • Written in a "worm's eyeview" that takes for granted that everyone knows about the daily routine and accomplishments of the army. The memoirs of a general - from preface; follows the war exploits of Howard Mitchell during WWII with the S.L.I.
    • Notable Works and Collections Number 17

    • University of Saskatchewan -- Library Library catalogs -- Periodicals
    • Issue includes: facilities for Erasmus research at the University of Saskatchewan; Royal Commissions in Canada; the Feron-Lebel collection at the University of Saskatchewan Library; Native Law Centre Library; recent acquisitions of note.
    • Notable Works and Collections Number 10

    • University of Saskatchewan -- Library Library catalogs -- Periodicals
    • Issue includes: the Robert Newton Hurley collection; the A. Becker collection; information on the expansion of the uranium industry and government review processes in Canada; recent acquisitions; illustrations facing pages 2 and 6.
    • Correspondence, Jay MacPherson

    • Canadian poetry--20th century; Correspondence.
    • List of private publications. Cheque included. Letters about anthology. Cheque included. Poems included: “Inland,” “The Woods No More,” “Adam,” “The Vessel,” “The Journey,” “Creation,” “The Lovers,” “The Glass,”...
    • Sarah Binks

    • Hiebert, Paul, 1892-1987; Canadian literature--20th century; Satire, Canadian;
    • Typescript copy (140 pages) of Sarah Binks that went to publisher. This book was first published in 1947, and it is based on some hundred poems supposedly written by Sarah Binks, "The Sweet Songstress of Saskatchewan."
    • Willows Revisited

    • Hiebert, Paul, 1892-1987; Canadian literature--20th century; Satire, Canadian;
    • typescript copy (186 pages). This book was published in 1967, and it examines the followers of Sarah who made up the poetic school of seven-and-a-half in Saskatchewan

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