Lawrence M. Lande


The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana in the Redpath Library McGill University. Montreal: Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, 1965.
Rare and Unusual Canadiana. Montreal: McGill University, 1971.
The Moravian Missions to the Eskimos of Labrador: A Checklist of Manuscripts and Printed Materials from 1715 to 1967, Supplemented by Other Works on the Eskimo of Canada. Montreal: McGill University, 1973.
A Checklist of Printed and Manuscript Material Relating to the Canadian Indian, Also Relating to the Pacific North West Coast. Montreal: McGill University, 1974.
The Development of the Voyageur Contract, 1686-1821. Montreal: Lawrence Lande Foundation for Canadian Historical Research, 1989.
Of the many bibliographies for which Dr. Lawrence Lande has been responsible, those on display are both the most representative and among the most important. The Lawrence Lande Collection of Canadiana is an important bibliography and a fine example of book making. The bibliographies of the Eskimo and Indian materials represent important advances in providing bibliographic access to material relating to Canada's First Nations. And The Development of the Voyageur Contract, 1686-1821 is a pioneer effort in documenting this aspect of fur trade history. Dr. Lande's long career as a collector of Canadiana and begetter of bibliographies has created for him a lasting place in the history of Canadian bibliophily.

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