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Churches of Uxbridge-Scott
Ontario : Mount Albert Printing., Written and illustrated by Allan McGillivray., L.M. Montgomery: p. 15-18., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
The Spell of Acadia
Partial contents: Chapter 5--Prince Edward Island (p. 161-183)., Frank Oliver Call., Bibliography and index: p. 421-427., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell., Full title: The spell of Acadia : a description of the land once known as l'Acadie, now the three Maritime Provinces of Canada: Nova Scotia, including Cape Breton Island; New Brunswick; Prince Edward Island and also the Magdalen Islands. .
Land of the Red Soil
Douglas Baldwin., 2nd printing of revised 1998 ed., Author was a professor at U.P.E.I. from 1979-1986., Based on the textbook published in 1985 "Abegweit: land of the red soil"., "Revised and updated edition" - cover., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell., Includes index.
L.M. Montgomery
Deborah Quaile., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Halton Sketches Revisited
John McDonald., First ed. published 1976 under title: Halton sketches., L.M. Montgomery: p. 90-93., Includes bibliographical references (p. 122) and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Windows and Words
Introduction / Aida Hudson -- The apprehension of audience: the difference between writing for adults and children / Tim Wynne-Jones -- Canadian children's literature at the millennium / Judith Saltman -- The Rise of the Aboriginal voice in Canadian adolescent fiction 1970-1990 / Beverley Haun -- A Parliament of stories: multiculturalism and the contemporary children's literature of Saskatchewan / Gregory Maillet -- Retelling "Little Red Riding Hood" abroad and at home / Sandra L. Beckett -- Secrecy and space: Glenn Gould and Tim Wynne-Jones's The Maestro / Alan West and Lee Harris -- Brian O'Connal and Emily Byrd Starr: the inheritors of Wordsworth's "Gentle breeze" / Margaret Steffler -- The eros of childhood and early adolescence in girl series: L. M. Montgomery's Emily trilogy / Irene Gammel -- "Not one of those dreadful new women": Anne Shirley and the culture of imperial motherhood / Cecily Devereux -- L. M. Montgomery: canon or cultural capital? / Helen Siourbas -- L. M. Montgomery and everybody else: a look at the books / Virginia A. S. Careless -- From pagan to Christian: the symbolic journey of Anne of Green Gables / John R. Sorfleet -- The picture book: a commentary / Janet Lunn -- Publishing children's picture books: the role of design and art direction / Michael Solomon -- The changing faces of Canadian children: pictures, power, and pedagogy / Andrea McKenzie -- The nature of Canadian children's literature: a commentary / John R. Sorfleet -- The nature of children's literature: a commentary / Elizabeth Waterston., edited by Aïda Hudson and Susan-Ann Cooper., Seventeen papers from the Canadian Children's Literature Symposium, held May 1999 at the University of Ottawa., Includes bibliographical references., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
A Brief History of Canada's National Parks
W.F. Lothian., "This volume is a revised and expanded edition of the first of a series of four volumes published from 1976 to 1983"--P. 7., Issued also in French under title: Petite histoire des parcs nationaux du Canada., PEI National Park and Green Gables House mentioned p.103-108., Includes bibliographical references., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Life and its Mirrors
Gabriella Åhmansson., "v.1. An introduction to Lucy Maud Montgomery Anne Shirley". t.p., Thesis (Ph. D.) -- Uppsala University, 1991., Thesis (Ph. D.) -- Uppsala University, 1991., Includes bibliographic references (p. 169-179) and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection. Ryrie-Campbell copy signed by author., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Such a Simple Little Tale
Cover Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction: The Anne-Girl and the Anne Book; ""Queer Children"": L. M. Montgomery's Heroines / Muriel A. Whitaker; The Decline of Anne: Matron vs.Child / Gillian Thomas; Progressive Utopia: Or, How to Grow Up Without Growing Up / Perry Nodelman; Calling Back the Ghost of the Old-Time Heroine: Duncan, Montgomery, Atwood, Laurence, and Munro / Catherine Ross; The Uses of Setting in Anne of Green Gables / Marilyn Solt; Anne of Green Gables: The Architect of Adolescence / Mary Rubio; L. M. Montgomery's Portraits of the Artist: Realism, Idealism, and the Domestic Imagination / T. D. MacLulich; ""Kindred Spirits"" All: Green Gables Revisited / Carol Gay; Sexism Down on the Farm?: Anne of Green Gables / Janet Weiss-Townsend; Community and the Individual in Anne of Green Gables: The Meaning of Belonging / Susan Drain; Journeys of the Mother in the World of Green Gables / Nancy Huse; The Female Bildungsroman in Nineteenth-Century America: Parameters of a Vision / Eve Kornfeld and Susan Jackson; Anne of Green Gables: A Girl's Reading / Temma F. Berg., Mavis Reimer, editor., Includes bibliographical footnotes and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Making Avonlea
Anne of Green Gables goes to university: L.M. Montgomery and academic culture / Carole Gerson -- Anatomy of a 'National Icon': Anne of Green Gables and the 'Bosom Friends' affair / Cecily Devereux -- Confessions of a kindred spirit with an academic bent / Brenda R. Weber -- Taking control: Hair red, black, gold, and nut-brouwn / Juliet McMaster -- 'This has been a day in hell': Montgomery, popular literature, life writing / Margaret Steffler -- The visual imagination of L.M. Montgomery / Elizabeth R. Epperly -- Writing in pictures: international images of Emily / Andrea McKenzie -- Safe pleasures for girls: L.M. Montgomery's erotic landscapes / Irene Gammel -- 'It's all mine': The modern woman as writer in Sullivan's Anne of Green Gables films / Eleanor Hersey -- Who's got the power? Montgomery, Sullivan, and the unsuspecting viewer / K. L. Poe -- 'She look'd down to Camelot': Anne Shirley, Sullivan, and the Lady of Shalott / Ann F. Howey -- Road to Avonlea: a co-production of the Disney Corporation / Benjamin Lefebvre -- Melodrama for the nation: Emily of New Moon / Christipher Gittings -- Paul Ledoux's Anne: a journey from page to stage / George Belliveau -- Snapshot: Listening to the music in Anne of Green Gables: The Musical / Carrie MacLellan -- Towards a theory of popular landscape in Anne of Green Gables / Janice Fiamengo -- Mass marketing, popular culture, and the Canadian celebrity author / E. Holly Pike -- Through the eyes of memory: L.M. Montgomery's Cavendish / James De Jonge -- Consumable Avonlea: the commondification of the Green Gables mythology / Jeanette Lynes -- Snapshot: my life as Anne in Japan / Tara Nogler -- Taishu Bunka and Anne clubs in Japan / Daniele Allard -- Avonlea in cyberspace, or an invitation to a hyperreal tea party / Alice Van Der Klei -- Epilogue: a letter from Germany / Beate Nock., edited by Irene Gammel., Includes bibliographical references (p. [321]-342) and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Message in a Bottle
Imagination -- Settler Calibans in John Murrell's New World / Mark Houlahan -- Crooked Signs and Shining Things: The Magic Books in the Literature of Atlantic Canadian Islands / Brent MacLaine -- Literary Cartographies in Oceania / Juniper Ellis -- Exploration -- Eddas and Sagas on an Island: Memories of an Age of Exploration Boiled in a Cultural Melting Pot / Gisli Sigurosson -- "A Second Creation": In Search of the Island of the Colorblind / Patricia Gabilondo -- "An oblivion that knows its limits": James Merrill on Santorini / Margaret Soltan -- Emigration -- "I'm Saddest when I sing": Songs of 19th-Century Emigration in the Isle of Man / Fenella Bazin -- Worlds Apart: Language and Character in The Playboy of the Western World and Au coeur de la rose / Glen Nichols -- "The meaning of a' island": Paradoxical Space in Writing by Authors from the Caribbean / Patricia Srebrnik -- The Land and the Language: Derek Walcott and St. Lucia / Robin Hanford -- Home -- Sir Andrew Macphail and Prince Edward Island as a Way of Life: A Canadian Critic of Industrialization / Ian Ross Robertson -- Writing and Rewriting the Island: Tasmania, Politics, and Contemporary Australian Fiction / Fiona Polack -- Dialect and Island Identity in Three Contemporary Hawai'i Writers / Anne Reevesman -- L. M. Montgomery's Emily Series and the Aftermath of the Great War / Gabrielle Ceraldi -- The Iconography of Islands: Margaret Atwood and L. M. Montgomery / Elizabeth Waterson., edited by Laurie Brinklow, Frank Ledwell and Jane Ledwell., Includes chapters relating to Sir Andrew Macphail and to L.M. Montgomery., Includes bibliographical references and index., Island Studies Program Collection. Brent MacLaine is a Professor and 3M Teaching Fellow at the University of Prince Edward Island., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Myth and Milieu
Helen Creighton and the politcs of antimodernism / Ian McKay -- The battle of the cartoonists : the cartoon art of Donald McRitchie and Robert Chambers in Halifax newspapers, 1933-1937 / Margaret Conrad -- Garbo talks ... thespis listens / Mark Blagrave -- G. Horne Russell, R.C.A. : portrait of an illustrator and an artist / C. Ruth Spicer -- Rhodenizer's Handbook / Clara Thomas and John Lennox -- The literary culture of Atlantic women between the wars / Carole Gerson -- Newfoundland literature in the "dirty thirties" / Elizabeth Miller -- Music education in the Maritimes between the wars : a period of transition / Nancy F. Vogan -- Chivalry and romance : L.M. Montgomery's re-vision of the Great War in Rainbow Valley / Elizabeth R. Epperly -- L.M. Montgomery's Rilla of Ingleside (1920) : romance and the experience of war / Alan R. Young -- Women's oral narrative traditions as depicted in Lucy Maud Montgomery's fiction, 1918-1939 / Diane Tye -- Heroes, heroines and the lost kingdom in the unpublished novels of Frank Parker Day / Andrew T. Seaman -- Frank Parker Day's Rockbound : personal ruminations on a long conspiracy of silence / John Stockdale -- Local, specific and elaborate : the craft of words on Nova Scotia's South Shore / Lewis J. Poteet -- The challenged heritage : the sea as myth and milieu in the poetry of E.J. Pratt / David G. Pitt -- Molly Beresford and the Song Fishermen of Halifax : cultural production, canon and desire in 1920s Canadian poetry / Alexander Kizuk -- Conference afterword / Carrie MacMillan -- Canadian literature : the classroom conference / Kathleen Scherf -- Thomas Raddall : a personal tribute / Alan Wilson., edited by Gwendolyn Davies., Papers presented at the Thomas H. Raddall Symposium held at Acadia University, 3-6 October 1991., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Working in Women's Archives
"What Comes to mind when we hear that a friend or colleague is studying unpublished documents in a celebrated author's archive? We might assume that they are reading factual documents or, at the very least, straightforward accounts of the truth about someone or some event. But are they?" "Working in Women's Archives is a collection of essays that poses this question and offers a variety of answers. Any assumption readers may have about the archive as a neutral library space or about the archival document as a simple and pure text is challenged." "In essays discussing celebrated Canadian authors such as Marian Engel and L. M. Montgomery, as well as lesser-known writers such as Constance Kerr Sissons and Marie Rose Smith, Working in Women's Archives persuades us that our research methods must be revised and refined in order to create a scholarly place for a greater variety of archival subjects and to accurately represent them in current feminist and poststructuralist theories."--BOOK JACKET., Introduction / Helen M. Buss -- Locating Female Subjects in the Archives / Carole Gerson -- Constructing Female Subjects in the Archive : A Reading of Three Versions of One Woman's Subjectivity / Helen M. Buss -- Researching Eighteenth-Century Maritime Women Writers : Deborah How Cottnam-- A Case Study / Gwendolyn Davies -- "A Dusting Off" : An Anecdotal Account of Editing the L. M. Montgomery Journals / Mary Rubio -- Reading My Grandmother's Life from Her Letters : Constance Kerr Sissons from Adolescence to Engagement / Rosalind Kerr -- Personal Papers : Putting Lives on the Line-- Working with the Marian Engel Archive / Christl Verduyn -- An Epistolary Constellation : Trotsky, Kahlo, Birney ; Afterword / Marlene Kadar., Helen M. Buss and Marlene Kadar, editors., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
All My Sisters
Part I. Canadian contexts. 1.a. Crusoe and the precious kingdom: fables of our literature, 1972 -- b. Planted firmly in some soil: Margaret Laurence and the Canadian tradition in fiction, 1987 -- Part II. Women writers and their works. 2. Happily ever after: Canadian women in fiction and fact, 1966 -- 3. Martha Ostenso's trial of strength, 1971 -- 4. Journeys to freedom: Anna, Susanna and Catharine Parr Traill, 1972 -- 5. Duncan I - Cousin Cinderella and the Empire Games, 1975 -- 6. Duncan II - Canadian social mythologies in Sara Jeannette Duncan's The Imperialist, 1977 -- 7. Mr. Rochester's first marriage: wide Sargasso Sea / Jean Rhys, 1978 -- 8. How Jane got tenure, 1985 -- 9. The girl who wouldn't grow up: Marian Engel's The Glassy Sea, 1985 -- 10. "A slight parodic edge": Swann: a mystery, 1990 -- 11. Evelyn Eaton, 1902-1983 -- 12. The multiple lives of L.M. Montgomery, 1993 -- 13. Anne Shirley's American cousin: the girl of the Limberlost, 1992 -- Part III. Margaret Laurence. 14. Proud lineage: Willa Cather and Margaret Laurence, 1971 -- 15. The Wild Garden and the Manawaka World, 1976 -- 16. The Chariot of Ossian: myth and Manitoba in The Diviners, 1977 -- 17. Pilgrim's progress: Margaret Laurence and Hagar Shipley, 1980 -- 18. Morning yet on creation day: a study of This Side Jordan, 1982 -- 19. Towards freedom: the work of Margaret Laurence and Northrop Frye, 1983 (Reprinted from Essays on Canadian Writing 30, by permission of ECW Press, Toronto. cECW Press) -- 20. Margaret, Morag, and the Scottish Ancestors, 1991 -- 21. The Accommodating I: the Autobiographies of Margaret Laurence and Gabrielle Roy, 1991 -- 22. Celebrations: Margaret Laurence's Dance on the Earth and Northrop Frye's The Double Vision., Clara Thomas., Includes bibliographical references., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Kindling Spirit
Elizabeth Waterston., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Harvesting Thistles
edited by Mary Henley Rubio., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
L. M. Montgomery on the Red Road to Reconstruction
Sylvia DuVernet., Bibliography : 211-212., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
The Meaning of the Men and the Boys in the Anne Books
Sylvia DuVernet., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Theosophic Thoughts Concerning L.M. Montgomery
by Sylvia DuVernet., Bibliography: p. [113]-114., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Masques of Morality
Who cares about the text? -- What is to be done? -- Can anything be done? -- Grace under pressure -- Rebellion under pressure -- Towards a new mythos., Johan Lyall Aitken., L.M. Montgomery: p. 96-98., Bibliography: p. 185-190., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
The Island Motif in the Fiction of L.M. Montgomery, Margaret Laurence, Margaret Atwood, and other Canadian Women Novelists
"Islands, both literal and figurative, recur in fiction authored by many prominent Canadian women writers. Using a critical lens based on Northrop Frye and Julia Kristeva, this book closely examines fourteen novels by eight twentieth-century authors, emphasizing works by L. M. Montgomery, Margaret Laurence, and Margaret Atwood. Several of the novels, such as Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables, Laurence's A Jest of God and The Diviners, Atwood's Surfacing and Bodily Harm, Alice Munro's The Lives of Girls and Women, and Gabrielle Roy's The Tin Flute, are among Canada's most well-known. Some of the works discussed present the island as a redemptive retreat, but in most cases the island's role is ambiguous, ranging from a temporary respite from life's pressures to a nightmarish trap."--BOOK JACKET., 1. Introduction -- 2. Redemptive Retreats: L. M. Montgomery's "Anne Books"; L. M. Montgomery's Jane of Lantern Hill; Marian Engel's Bear -- 3. Holding Patterns: Margaret Laurence's The Diviners; Audrey Thomas's Intertidal Life -- 4. Most Puzzling Island of All: Margaret Atwood's Surfacing -- 5. Small-Town Traps: Margaret Laurence's A Jest of God; Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women -- 6. Trapped in Fantasy: L. M. Montgomery's "Pat Books"; L. M. Montgomery's Magic for Marigold -- 7. Dangerous Idylls: Gabrielle Roy's The Tin Flute; Margaret Atwood's Bodily Harm; Marie-Claire Blais's These Festive Nights -- 8. Once More to the Island., Theodore F. Sheckels., Includes bibliographical references (p. [191]-202) and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Folklore Studies in Honour of Herbert Halpert
a festschrift edited by Kenneth S. Golstein and Neil V. Rosenberg., L.M. Montgomery: p. 125., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Remarkable Women Writers
Heather Ball., Includes biographies of: Jane Austen -- Harriet Beecher Stowe -- George Eliot -- Louisa May Alcott -- Lucy Maud Montgomery -- Toni Morrison -- Joy Kogawa -- Judy Blume -- Margaret Atwood -- J.K. Rowling., L. M. Montgomery : p. 51-61., Signed by the author., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Stan Sauerwein., Includes bibliographical references., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Her Story III
Contains biographies of fourteen remarkable Canadian women born before or around 1900, including military nursing pioneer and administrator, Georgina Fane Pope,of Prince Edward Island, who served in both the Boer War and W.W. I., Susan E. Merritt., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Garden Transformed
The only island there is / J.M. Bumsted -- Politics in a beleaguered garden / David A. Milne -- Third party experience on the island / Andrew Robb -- Changing patterns of land use / John McClellan -- Agriculture in transition / William Janssen -- Tourism and pastoral / Judith Adler -- Managing development / Donald Nemetz -- Development and the debate over school consolidation / Verner Smitheram -- Higher education in transition / Sister Mary Olga McKenna -- Island English / T.K. Pratt -- The island in transition / Satadal Dasgupta., [edited by] Verner Smitheram, David Milne & Satadal Dasgupta., Includes bibliographical references., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Appraisals of Canadian Literature
Lionel Stevenson., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell., L.M. Montgomery: p. 32, 128, 131, 134-135, 157.
Our Nature, Our Voices
Clara Thomas., "Volume 2" published under title: From there to here, 1974. L.M. Montgomery: p. 76-78, 175., Includes bibliographical references., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Women in Canadian Literature
M.G. McClung ; preface by George Woodcock., L.M. Montgomery: p. 21-23., Bibliography: p. 91-93. Includes index, L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Kid's Writers
Janet Grant., L.M. Montgomery: p. 46-62., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Meet Lucy Maud Montgomery -- Early days -- growing up -- Miss Montgomery, teacher -- Newspaper woman -- Professional writer -- Writing Anne of Green Gables -- Rejection -- Life after Anne -- Mrs. Macdonald -- Life in Leaskdale -- Emily, Pat and Marigold -- Final words -- Maud's life at a glance -- Maud's books -- Visit Maud., written by Elizabeth MacLeod., Ages 8 to 12., "Edited by Valerie Wyatt" --T.p. verso., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell., Includes index.
Canadian Writers, 1890-1920
edited by W. H. New., L.M. Montgomery: p. 246-253., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell., Includes index.
Four Women Writers for Children, 1868-1918
Louisa May Alcott -- Frances Hodgson Burnett -- L.M. Montgomery -- Gene Stratton-Porter., edited by Caroline C. Hunt., "A Bruccoli Clark Layman book" -- t.p., Cover title: Dictionary of Literary Biography : an Illustrated Chronicle., L.M. Montgomery: p. 149-204., Includes bibliographical references and cumulative index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
The Scots
Frank Emmerson., L.M. Montgomery: p. 149-201., Bibliography: p. 69-70., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Yesterday's Authors of Books for Children
Includes an overview of the life and works of well-known authors of children's books who died before 1961., Anne Commire, editor ; Adele Sarkissian, Agnes Garrett, associate editors., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Yesterday's Authors of Books for Children
Includes an overview of the life and works of well-known authors of children's books who died before 1961., Anne Commire, editor ; Adele Sarkissian, Agnes Garrett, associate editors., L.M. Montgomery: p. 182-192., Includes bibliographical references and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Pioneers Every One
E. Blanche Norcross., L.M. Montgomery: p. 77-87., Bibliography : p. 158-159., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Writing a Life
Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston., Includes bibliographical references: p. 164-171., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Writing a Life
Mary Rubio and Elizabeth Waterston., Includes bibliographical references (p. 128-133) and index., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Jacqueline Langille., Includes bibliographic references (p. 47, 48)., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Mollie Gillen., Includes bibliographic references (p. [64])., Ryrie-Campbell copy has a cream coloured paperback cover with green lettering., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
L. M. Montgomery as Mrs. Ewan Macdonald of the Leaskdale Manse, 1911-1926
Cover title., "We remember, by Margaret H. Mustard": p. 2-11., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Includes poems by L.M. Montgomery., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Verse and Reverse
Partial contents: Spring Song / L. M. Montgomery (p. 8)., Members of the Toronto Women's Press Club., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Ryrie-Campbell copy donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Verse and Reverse
Partial contents: Winter Song / L. M. Montgomery (p.16)--The Gate of Dream / L. M. Montgomery (p. 29)., members of the Toronto Women's Press Club., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Ana z zelene domačije II
L. M. Montgomery ; illustrated by Božidar Strman-Mišo., Translated from the English by Irena Mira Gantar., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Ana, la de Tejas Verdes
L. M. Montgomery., Translated from the English by José Garcia Díaz., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.
Ania z zielonego wzgórza
Lucy Maud Montgomery ; translated by Rozalia Bernsteinowa ; illustrated by Bogdan Zieleniec., Translated from the English by Rozalia Bernsteinowa., L.M. Montgomery Institute. Ryrie-Campbell Collection., Donated by Donna Jane Campbell.

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