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[McGill University Library School], A Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies. McGill University Publications, Series VII (Library), No. 20. Montreal: [McGill University], 1930.
Jean B. Crombie, A List of Canadian Historical Novels. McGill University Publications, Series VII (Library), No. 21. Montreal: McGill University Library School, 1930.
McGill University Library School, "Books Printed in Canada Before 1837 [in the McGill University Library]". Typescript. [Montreal, ca 1930].

During the 1920s and early 1930s the McGill Library School undertook a number of bibliographic projects, often as part of the teaching programme. The most important of these was A Bibliography of Canadian Bibliographies (1930) compiled under the supervision of Marion V. Higgins. Jean B. Crombie's A List of Canadian Historical Novels is also a first attempt and is fairly rudimentary, but the list does indicate an awareness of the need for such bibliographies."Books Printed in Canada Before 1837 [in the McGill Univeristy Library]" was possibly intended to be another bibliography in the Library School series, but if this was the case, it never was published.

Winward Prescott, A List of Canadian Bookplates. Boston and Toronto: Society of Bookplate Bibliophiles, 1919. Lande S1823 (Bibliography, p. 10)
The Books of French Canada. Montreal: L. Carrier, 1927. (Bibliography, p. 10)


Peter McArthur, Stephen Leacock. Toronto: Ryerson Press, [ca 1923]. (Bibliography, p. 9)
François Bibaud, Bibliothèque Canadienne. Montréal: Cératet Bourguignon, [1858]. Lande 1570 (Bibliography, p. 19)


Everett McNeil, Shadow of the Iroquois. Montreal: L. Carrier, 1928. (Crombie, p. 3)
Gilbert Parker, The Power and the Glory. Toronto: Copp Clark, 1925. (Crombie, cf. p. 2)
William Kirby, Chien d'or. New York; Montreal: Lovell, Adam, Wesson, 1877. (Crombie, cf. p. 1)
William Evans, A Treatise on the Theory and Practice of Agriculture. Montreal: Fabre, Perrault & Co., 1835. Lande 1757 (McGill, p. 36)
Agnes Christina Laut, Heralds of Empire being the Story of one Ramsay Stanhope, Lieutenant to Pierre Radisson in the Northern Fur Trade. New York : D. Appleton and Company, 1902. Lande-Arkin (Crombie, p. 3).
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