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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF TORONTO HISTORY

PUBLISHED SINCE 1990


Seventh revised and expanded edition, November, 2007


Compiled and annotated by

Carl Benn, PhD

Chief Curator

City of Toronto Museums and Heritage Services


© City of Toronto 2007


City of Toronto Culture

Economic Development, Culture, and Tourism

55 John Street, Eighth Floor

Toronto, Ontario

M5V 3C6


history@toronto.ca


For a print version of this bibliography, send a cheque or money order payable to the Treasurer, City of Toronto, to the above address in the amount of $30.


For an online version of this bibliography, along with other historical resources, visit the City of Toronto Culture website at http://www.toronto.ca/culture/

CONTENTS


Introduction and Feedback 3

Arts – Film, Radio, and Television 4

Arts – Literary 6

Arts – Performing 11

Arts – Visual 19

Aviation 27

Biographies, Reminiscences, and Families – General 28

Business and Commerce 36

Climate and Meteorology 41

Community Formation and Identity 41

Culture – Foodways 53

Culture – General 54

Culture – Historic Sites, Museums, Archives, and Public History 57

Culture – Material 63

Education – Nursery, Primary, and Secondary – General 64

Education – Nursery, Primary, and Secondary – Individual Schools 70

Education – Post Secondary – Non University of Toronto and General 72

Education – Post Secondary – University of Toronto and Predecessor Schools 74

Fire Fighting 83

First Nations 84

French Regime and Early British Era to 1793 86

General and Illustrated History 86

General History Written for Children 90

Indexes, Directories, and Related Materials – General 90

Legal, Including Legal Education 91

Medicine and Health – Non-Psychiatric 93

Medicine and Health – Psychiatric 100

Military 103

Neighbourhoods, Districts, and Streets 107

Newspapers and Magazines 113

Politics 120

Rebellion of 1837 122

Religion – General 123

Religion – Individual Churches, Synagogues, and Temples 129

Social History – Class 137

Social History – Housing 139

Social History – Labour 145

Social History – Parades, Street Festivals, Protests, Riots, and Public Spaces 149

Social History – Police, Crime, Courts, Prisons, Social Control, and Related Themes 152

Social History – Sexuality and Gender 159

Social History – Social Services, Charities, Philanthropy, and Related Themes 162

Sport – Professional 168

Sport and Recreation – General 173

Transportation 175

Urban History – Architecture and Major Buildings 178

Urban History – Landscapes, Natural History, Parks, Cemeteries, and Related Themes 185

Urban History – Planning, Development, Public Administration, and Related Themes 190

Utilities, Environmental Protection, and Related Themes 198

Waterfront, Harbour, and Islands 199


INTRODUCTION


This bibliography lists books, articles, master’s theses, and doctoral dissertations about the history of Toronto that have been published since 1990. It is updated periodically, and is available in both print and online versions.


Some articles and books fit into more than one of the categories below, but have been listed only once under the most appropriate heading; thus researchers should check categories closely related to their primary area of interest. Other topics of widespread scholarly study, such as women’s or ethnic history, are integrated throughout the bibliography.

Readers will note that the bibliography includes publications described as being of a ‘contemporary focus’ in relation to their publication date. These items represent a continuation of themes addressed in the historiographical literature, which also will serve as useful documents as they pass into history within a few years of their release.


The following have been excluded from the bibliography in most cases:

  • short articles of five or fewer pages;

  • book reviews;

  • loose-leaf publications;

  • publications that exist as secondary presentations of Internet resources in most cases;

  • earlier editions of later publications (such as dissertations subsequently turned into books);

  • genealogical cemetery transcriptions and similar documents (but a full listing of these may be found on the web site of the Ontario Genealogical Society);

  • publications that address issues related to Toronto within larger provincial or national contexts, but with only a modest Toronto focus;

  • popular magazines articles, such as found in Toronto Life, unless they possess a consciously historical focus.


Researchers interested in urban issues of a broad perspective as well as Toronto-specific governmental and other reports will find the large collection of materials in the Urban Affairs Library at Metro Hall at the corner of John and King streets. It is a significant resource, although often overlooked in comparison to the better-known resources at the city’s university libraries and the Toronto Public Library’s main reference branch just north of Yonge and Bloor streets.


The Internet has become a major source for historical information, although the quality of data often is dreadful. However, there are excellent online resources, three of which of particular value are the Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online, Historica, and The Canadian Encyclopedia. Another excellent source for Toronto-based data, including numerous important reports relating to immigration, is the CERIS website (Joint Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement), while other agencies and institutions concerned with urban affairs in Toronto also maintain good websites. Most major libraries and archives have online materials, with Toronto’s university libraries, the Toronto Public Library, the Archives of Ontario, and the Library and Archives Canada (formerly the National Archives of Canada) being excellent sources for Toronto-focused materials. In addition, there are various bibliographies online of relevance to Toronto, such as ‘America History and Life’ or ‘Dissertation Abstracts International,’ but these often are available only through subscription; yet, they typically can be accessed from home computers that use a university server.


FEEDBACK


Comments, corrections, additions, suggestions, and publication notices are invited. Please send them to Dr Carl Benn, Chief Curator, City of Toronto Museums and Heritage Services, Eighth Floor, Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 3C6 or to history@toronto.ca.


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ARTS – FILM, RADIO, AND TELEVISION


Allen, Farrell. The CHUM story: from the charts to your hearts. Toronto: Stoddart, 2001. (Radio station, 1945-67.)


Anthony, Ian. Radio wizard: Edward Samuel Rogers and the revolution in communications. Toronto: Gage and Rogers Communications, 2000. (1900-39.)


Broadfoot, Dave, and Barbara Sears. Old enough to say what I want: an autobiography. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2002. (CBC comedian [‘Big Bobby Clobber,’ etc.], from 1952.)


Douglas, David. ‘The Toronto avant-garde at twilight: avant-garde cinema in Toronto, 1975-85.’ Doctoral Dissertation, Northwestern University, 2000.


Elder, Kathryn, ed. The films of Joyce Wieland. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 1999. (Artist; lived 1931-98.)


Fairchild, Charles. ‘Mediating marginality: music and community radio in Canada.’ International Journal of Canadian Studies 10 (1994), 119-35. (FM stations CIUT and CHRY, 1990s.)


Frum, Linda. Barbara Frum: a daughter’s memoir. Toronto: Random House, 1996. (Journalist; lived 1937-92.)


Girard, François, and Don McKellar. Thirty-two short films about Glenn Gould. Toronto: Coach House Press, 1995.


Gomery, Douglas. ‘Thinking about motion picture exhibition.’ Velvet Light Trap 25 (1990), 3-11. (North American Cineplex Odeon chain, founded in Toronto in 1979.)


Gutteridge, Robert W. Magic moments: the first twenty years of moving pictures in Toronto, 1894-1914. Toronto: Gutteridge-Pratley Publications, 2000.


Hall, Ron. The CHUM chart book: a complete listing of every record to make the ‘CHUM Chart’ from its beginning on the 27th May 1957 through 14th June 1986. Etobicoke: Stardust Productions, 1990. (Pop station.)


Johnson, Brian D. Brave films, wild nights: twenty-five years of festival fever. Toronto: Random House, 2000. (Toronto Film Festival.)


Knelman, Martin. Laughing on the outside: the life of John Candy. Toronto: Viking, 1996. (Prominent comedian in 1970s Toronto before achieving wider fame.)


Koven, Mikel J. ‘“You don’t have to be filmish”: the Toronto Jewish Film Festival.’ Ethnologies 21/1 (1999), 115-32. (Festival began 1993.)


Mahdaviani, Bita. ‘Towards the legitimation of cinema: coverage of urban entertainment in the Toronto World and the Globe.’ Master’s Thesis, McGill University, 2001. (Early movie era.)


Matheson, Sarah Arlene. ‘Televising Toronto: from Hogtown to Megacity,’ Doctoral Dissertation, University of Southern California, 2003. (Representing Toronto on television, from 1960s.)


Moore, Paul S. ‘A rendezvous for particular people: showmanship, regulation, and promotion of early film-going in Toronto.’ Doctoral Dissertation, York University, 2004. (1906-20.)


Moore, Paul S. ‘Movie palaces on Canadian downtown main streets: Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.’ Urban History Review 32/2 (2004), 3-20. (1890s-2000.)


Ontario Heritage Foundation. The Rogers Batteryless Radio. Toronto: the foundation, 2000. (Short bilingual publication on the revolutionary first radio to use household electricity rather than batteries in 1925, developed in Toronto by Edward ‘Ted’ Rogers.)


Sebert, John, et al. The nabes: Toronto’s wonderful neighbourhood movie houses. Oakville: Mosaic Press, 1999. (Mainly pre-television era.)


Seiler, Robert M. ‘Nathanson, Zukor, and Famous Players: movie exhibition in Canada, 1920-41.’ American Review of Canadian Studies 36/1 (2006), 59-72. (Toronto-based business of Adolf Zukor [lived 1873-1976] and Nathan Nathanson [lived 1886-1943].)


Smith, Matthew. ‘Introducing a new medium: newspaper reviews of the first film screenings in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, and New York in 1896.’ Master’s Thesis, Concordia University, 1997. (Reviews, commentaries, advertisements, etc. in newspapers and magazines, 1896-1915.)


Steven, Peter. ‘Living pictures.’ The Beaver 76/2 (1996), 32-40. (Movies in Toronto, 1896-98.)


Tator, Carol, Frances Henry, and Winston Mattis. ‘The black dance music station.’ Tator, et al. Challenging racism in the arts: case studies of controversy and conflict. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1998, 36-62. (Radio station; contemporary focus.)


Uhde, Jan. Vision and persistence: twenty years of the Ontario Film Institute. Waterloo: University of Waterloo Press, 1990.


Whitfield, Eileen. Pickford: the woman who made Hollywood. Toronto: MacFarlane, Walter, and Ross, 1997. (Actress Mary Pickford, born in Toronto 1892, co-founder in 1919 of United Artists.)


ARTS – LITERARY


(See also Culture – General; Culture – Material; and Newspapers and Magazines)


Adamson, Joseph. Northrop Frye: a visionary life. Toronto: ECW Press, 1993. (Prominent literary and culture critic at the University of Toronto; lived 1912-91.)


Algoo-Bakish, Stella. Austin C. Clarke: a biography. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994. (Author, born 1934.)


Atwood, Margaret. In search of ‘Alias Grace.’ Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1997. (1843 murder upon which the novel Alias Grace was based.)


Barber, Katherine, et al. Oxford University Press Canada celebrates one hundred years of Canadian publishing. Toronto: the press, 2004. (Toronto branch of UK academic publisher.)


Burgess, Margaret. A glorious and terrible life with you: selected correspondence of Northrop Frye and Helen Kemp, 1932-39. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007. (Frye and his wife; Kemp lived 1910-86.)


Burnham, Clint. Allegories of publishing: the Toronto small press scene. Toronto: Streetcar

Editions, 1991. (Short publication; contemporary focus.)


Burr, Christina. ‘The business development of the Methodist Book and Publishing House.’ Ontario History 85/3 (1993), 251-71. (1870s-90s predecessor of Ryerson Press.)


Burrill, William. Hemingway: the Toronto years. Toronto: Doubleday, 1994. (Ernest Hemingway, 1920s.)


Cain, Stephen. ‘Tracing the web – House of Anansi’s Spiderline Editions.’ Studies in Canadian Literature 25/1 (2000), 111-30. (Series of first novels, 1960s-90s.)


Cain, Stephen. ‘Imprinting identities: an examination of the emergence and developing identities of Coach House Press and House of Anansi Press (1967-82).’ Doctoral Dissertation, York University, 2002. (Literary and national identity.)


Cain, Stephen. ‘Mapping Raymond Souster’s Toronto.’ Dean Irvine, ed. The Canadian modernists meet. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press: 2005, 59-79. (Poet, born 1921.)


Callaghan, Barry. Barrelhouse kings: a memoir. Toronto: McArthur, 1998. (Barry Callaghan, born 1937; and his novelist father, Morley Callaghan, 1903-90.)


Cameron, Elspeth. ‘The wrong turn and the wrong place: Gwethalyn Graham, 1913-65.’ Elspeth Cameron and Janice Dicken, eds. Great dames. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997, 145-64. (Novelist.)


Campbell, Sandra. ‘“The foundling has come a long way”: Lorne Pierce, Canadiana collecting, and the founding of the Bibliographical Society of Canada.’ Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 43/2 (2005), 67-78. (Society began 1946, Piece was editor-in-chief of Ryerson Press.)


Chariandy, David John. ‘Land to light on: black Canadian literature and the language of belonging (George Elliott Clarke, Austin Clarke, Dionne Brand).’ Doctoral Dissertation, York University, 2002. (G.E. Clark born 1960, A. Clarke born 1934; Brand born 1953.)


Coldwell, Joan, ed. The tightrope walker: autobiographical writings of Anne Wilkinson. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1992. (Poet; lived 1910-61.)


Collet, Paulette. ‘L’immigrante face à la métropole canadienne selon les romancières nées ailleurs.’ Études Canadiennes/Canadian Studies 29 (1990), 153-64. (Immigrant female novelists and discrimination, 1980s.)


Cooper, Afua. ‘“Out of the cardboard box beside our bed like a baby”: the founders of the Sister Vision Press.’ Elspeth Cameron and Janice Dicken, eds. Great dames. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1997, 291-306. (Makeda Silvera and Stephanie Martin, founded a press serving women of colour in 1985.)


Coppolino, Andrew. ‘“While the shells crashed we were strong”: the life of war poet, “Toronto” Prewett.’ Canadian Military History 8/1 (1999), 33-40. (Frank Prewett of Toronto; associated with Bloomsbury Group in London; lived 1893-1962.)


Denham, Robert D. Northrop Frye unbuttoned: wit and wisdom from the notebooks and diaries. Toronto: Anansi, 2004. (Literary musings, etc.)


Denham, Robert D., et al., eds. The collected works of Northrop Frye. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1996-.


Dennis, Richard. ‘Morley Callaghan and the moral geography of Toronto.’ British Journal of Canadian Studies 14/1 (1999), 35-51.


Dobbs, Kildare. Running the rapids: a writer’s life. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2005. (Man of letters, moved to Toronto in 1952, worked at Saturday Night, MacMillan, Toronto Star.)


Downie, Jill. A passionate pen: the life and times of Faith Fenton. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1996. (Alice Freeman, AKA ‘Faith Fenton,’ writer and activist; lived 1857-1936.)


Duffy, Dennis. ‘Furnishing the pictures: Arthur S. Gross, Michael Ondaatje, and the imag(in)ing of Toronto.’ Journal of Canadian Studies 36/2 (2001), 106-29. (Gross lived 1880-1940, was city photographer whose worked influenced Ondaatje’s 1980s novel In the skin of a lion.)


Edinborough, Arnold. Arnold Edinborough: an autobiography. Don Mills: Stoddart, 1991. (Intellectual, writer, publisher; lived 1922-2006.)


Edwards, Justin. ‘Strange fugitive, strange city: reading urban space in Morley Callaghan’s Toronto.’ Studies in Canadian Literature 23/1 (1998), 213-27.


Fagan, Cary, and Robert Macdonald, eds. Streets of attitude: Toronto stories. Toronto: ECW Press, 1990. (The city observed in fiction.)


Fetherling, George. Way down deep in the belly of the beast: a memoir of the seventies. Toronto: Lester Publishing, 1996. (Author in London and Toronto; born 1949.)


Fox, C.J. ‘Through Toronto’s fire and ice: Wyndham Lewis: a waspish writer at war with Canada.’ The Beaver December 1996–January 1997, 4-11. (English writer/painter in 1940s Toronto; lived 1882-1957.)


Friskney, Janet B. ‘The years before union: Samuel Fallis, Lorne Pierce, and the Ryerson Press, 1919-26.’ Epilogue 13 (1998-2003), 69-96. (Methodist Book and Publishing House’s Canadian titles.)


Friskney, Janet B. New Canadian Library: the Ross-McClelland Years, 1952-78. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2007. (McClelland and Stewart reprinting of classic Canadian texts under the editorship of Malcolm Ross.)


Galvin, Elizabeth McNeill. Isabella Valancy Crawford: we scarcely knew her. Toronto: Natural Heritage Books, 1994. (Poet; lived 1850-87.)


Garrick, Dana. ‘The impact of institutional change on the Methodist Book and Publishing House, 1829-1919.’ Doctoral Dissertation, University of Toronto, 2005.


Gatenby, Greg. Toronto: a literary guide. Toronto: McArthur, 1999.


Gilbert, Emily. ‘Home/city/nation: identity, ideology and place in Toronto women’s literature.’ Master’s Thesis, York University, 1994.


Gilbert, Emily, and Paul Simpson-Housley. ‘Places and spaces of dislocation: Lady Oracle’s Toronto.’ Canadian Geographer 41/3 (1997), 235-48. (Toronto, 1940s-70s, in Margaret Atwood’s novel.)


Grant, Judith Skelton. Robertson Davies: man of myth. Toronto: Viking, 1994. (Author; lived 1913-95.)


Grescoe, Paul. The merchants of Venus: inside Harlequin and the empire of romance. Vancouver: Raincoast Books, 1996. (Toronto-based publisher of romance novels.)


Halpenny, Francess G. ‘Living a project.’ Journal of Scholarly Publishing 32/4 (2001), 204-20. (University of Toronto Press, 1960s-90s.)


Hamelin, Danielle. ‘Nurturing Canadian letters: four studies in the publishing and promoting of English-Canadian writing, 1890-1920.’ Doctoral Dissertation, University of Toronto, 1994. (Toronto as literary centre, Methodist Book and Publishing House, MacMillan, ‘Makers of Canada’ series, and M.O. Hammond.)


Hoffman, John, et al. ‘Tribute to H. Northrop Frye, 1912-91.’ University of Toronto Quarterly 61/1 (1991), 1-17.


Jarrett, Mary. ‘The presentation of Montreal in Mavis Gallant’s “Between Zero and One” and of Toronto in Margaret Atwood’s Cat’s Eye.’ Études Canadiennes/Canadian Studies 29 (1990), 173-181.


Jewinski, Ed. Michael Ondaatje: express yourself beautifully. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994. (Novelist, poet, filmmaker, editor; born in Ceylon [Sri Lanka] in 1943; came to Canada in 1962.)


Johnson, Henrietta. ‘Confidently rumoured’: the Dickens Fellowship Toronto Branch: the first one hundred years. Toronto: the branch, 2005. (Charles Dickens literary society.)


Karr, Clarence. Authors and audiences: popular Canadian fiction in the early twentieth century. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000. (Publishing in Toronto, London, and New York, 1890s-1920s.)


Knelman, Judith. ‘Can we believe what the newspapers tell us? Missing links in Alias Grace.’ University of Toronto Quarterly 68/2 (1999), 677-86. (Critique of Margaret Atwood’s research of the murder upon which she based her novel Alias Grace.)


LaBossière, Camille, and Linda Morra, eds. A mingling of contrarieties: Robertson Davies. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 2001.


Lecker, Robert. ‘The New Canadian Library: a classic deal.’ American Review of Canadian Studies 24/2 (1994), 197-216.


Leclaire, Jacques. ‘A changing vision of Toronto from the smug WASP city of the forties to the cosmopolitan roaring place of the nineties, as seen in Margaret Atwood’s Life before man, Cat’s eye, and The robber bride, and in Russell Smith’s How insensitive and Noise.’ Rivista di Studi Canadesi 13 (2000), 79-88.


MacSkimming, Roy. Making literary history: House of Anansi Press, 1967-97. Concord: Anansi, 1997.


MacSkimming, Roy. The perilous trade: publishing Canadian writers. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2003. (Toronto focus within a national story.)


McClelland, Jack. Imagining Canadian literature: the selected letters of Jack McClelland. Sam Solecki, ed. Toronto: Key Porter Books, 1998. (McClelland and Stewart publisher; lived 1922-2004.)


McGrath, Leslie A. Service to children in the Toronto Public Library: a case study, 1912-49. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Toronto, 2005.


McKillop, A.B. The spinster and the prophet: Florence Deeks, H.G. Wells, and the mystery of the purloined past. Toronto: MacFarlane, Walter, and Ross, 2000. (Torontonian Deeks sued Wells in 1925 for literary piracy of her manuscript, which she said he published as The outline of history.)


Murray, Heather. ‘Frozen pen, fiery print, and Fothergill’s folly: cultural organizations in Toronto, winter 1836-37.’ Essays in Canadian Writing 61 (1997), 41-70.


Murray, Heather. ‘Great works and good works: the Toronto Women’s Literary Club, 1853-77.’ Historical Studies in Education 11/1 (1999), 75-95.


Murray, Heather. Come, bright improvement: the literary societies of nineteenth-century Ontario. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2002. (Strong Toronto focus, including early societies.)


Newman, Peter C. Here be dragons: the memoirs of a passionate outsider. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 2004. (Czech-born writer, journalist, magazine and newspaper editor; born 1929.)

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Parker, George. ‘Distributors, agents, and publishers: part i: creating a separate market for books in Canada, 1900-20. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 43/2 (2006), 7-65. (Toronto-centred.)


Parker, George. ‘Distributors, agents, and publishers: part ii: the Toronto publishing scene during World War I. Papers of the Bibliographical Society of Canada 44/1 (2006), 7-68.


Peterman, Michael A., and Janet B. Friskney. ‘“Booming” the Canuck book: Edward Caswell and the promotion of Canadian writing.’ Journal of Canadian Studies 30/3 (1995), 60-90. (Toronto literary milieu and at the Methodist Book and Publishing House, 1870s-1910.)


Reid, Darrel R. ‘John Ross Robertson and the Toronto Public Library, 1885-1929.’ Peter F. McNally ed. Readings in Canadian library history. Volume 2. Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, 1996, 305-18. (Publisher, antiquarian, and collector of Canadiana.)


Roberts, Carol. Timothy Finley: stories from a life. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994. (Author; born 1930.)


Roberts, Carol, comp. Timothy Finley: an annotated bibliography. Toronto: ECW Press, 1990.


Salivarová, Zdena. Benefice. Toronto: Sixty-Eight Publishers, 1990. (History of Sixty-Eight, publisher of Czech literature in Toronto.)


Signori, Delores A., comp. Guide to the Northrop Frye papers. Toronto: Victoria College Library, 1993.


Silvera, Makeda. ‘Another kind of vision: women of colour in publishing, resistance, transgression, and transformation.’ Master’s Thesis, York University, 2005. (Sister Vision Press.)


Snow, Michael, and Louise Dompierre. Collected writings of Michael Snow. Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier University Press, 1994. (Michael Snow, artist, filmmaker, and musician; born 1929.)


Soroka, Petro. Narys `z΄hytt `i΄a i tvorchosti Vasyl`i΄ a Did `i΄uka. Ternopil’: Lile`i΄, 1996. (Biographies of Ukrainian writers and journalists in Toronto.)


Spadoni, Carl, and Judy Donnelly, comps. A bibliography of McClelland and Stewart imprints, 1909-85: a publisher’s legacy. Toronto: ECW Press, 1994. (Toronto-based trade publisher.)


Speler, Randall. ‘Arthur Steven at the Ryerson Press: designing the post-war years (1949-69).’ Papers of the Bibliographic Society of Canada 41/2 (2003), 7-44.


Sullivan, Rosemary. Shadow maker: the life of Gwendolyn MacEwan. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1995. (Poet; lived 1941-87.)


Sullivan, Rosemary. The red shoes: Margaret Atwood starting out. Toronto: HarperCollins, 1998. (Early history of the novelist; born 1939.)


Vanderburgh, George A., ed. Lasting impressions: the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Bootmakers of Toronto. Toronto: Metropolitan Toronto Reference Library, 1997. (Sherlock Holmes society.)


Vanola, Tiziano G. ‘The Italian-Canadian reading public.’ Italian Canadiana 9 (1993), 141-51. (Toronto Public Library services for Italian readers, 1971-91.)


Waxman, Sydell. Believing in books: the story of Lillian Smith. Illustrations by Patty Gallinger and Liz Milkau. Toronto: Napoleon Publications, 2002. (Children’s librarian; lived 1887-1983.)


Wolf, Doris. ‘Cultural politics and the English-Canadian small press movement: three case studies.’ Doctoral Dissertation, University of Alberta, 1999. (Includes Toronto’s Coach House.)


Young, David. ‘The MacMillan Company of Canada in the 1930s.’ Journal of Canadian Studies 30/3 (1991), 117-34. (Publishing house.)


Young, George. Small town readings in the big city: literary events at Toronto’s Idler Pub: an essay. Etobicoke: Mirror, 1993. (Short publication.)

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