F0271 - George Williams Brown fonds


Call Number: 1973-001/001
(1)Letter of Charles W. Jefferys to George W. Brown concerning a quotation from Joseph Conrad's Prince Roman, Dec. 20, 1940. 1 p.

Call Number: 1973-001/002

Speeches, 1945-1946

(1)Manuscript notes by George W. Brown (?) for a speech concerning French Canadan.d.
(2)Typescript address by Achille Bergevin, delivered at the Canadian Forestry Association Convention, Toronto, February 11-12, 19--. 10 pp.[19--]
(3)Typescript address 'Let us make it a magnet' by Abbe Arthur Maheux, delivered to the Electrical Club, Toronto., October 31, 1945. 7 pp.1945
(4)Typescript address 'Towards the Goal' by Abbe Arthur Maheux., delivered at the University of Toronto, January 31, 1946. 12 pp.1946
(5)Typescript address 'A clinic of prejudices about language' by Abbe Arthur Maheux, delivered at Memorial Hospital, Montreal, February 12, 1946. 8 pp.1946

Call Number: 1973-001/003

Printed reports and articles, newspaper clippings, newsletters, 1923-1931, concerning the St. Lawrence Waterway Project and the controversy involving the Beauharnois Light, Heat and Power Company Limited, with George W. Brown's notes.

(1)Manuscript notes by George W. Brown(?)n.d.
(2)'The St. Lawrence Treaty: A Canadian View.' Article for the Round Table by George W. Brown, 8 pp.n.d.
(3)'The St. Lawrence Waterway In The Nineteenth Century' by George W. Brown, Offprint from Queen's Quarterly, pp. 628-6, 42.n.d.
(4)'The Deepening of the St. Lawrence' by George W. Brown. Reprinted by permission from The Round Table, Sept. 1928. 20 pp.1928
(5)'The St. Lawrence in the Boundary Settlement of 1783' by George W. Brown Reprinted from the Canadian Historical Review, Vol. IX, No. 3, Sept. 1928. pp. 223-238.1928
(6)The Recent Rail Rate Re-adjustment in Canada. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, 3 pp.n.d.
(7)Memorandum: Some Benefits to the Pacific Coast from the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Ship Channel. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association., Washington, D. C., 7 pp.n.d.
(8)Commercial Feasibility of Extending Ocean Routes into the Great Lakes upon present costs of rail and ocean transportation. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, Nov. 1923. 14 pp.1923
(9)Sea Carriage or Rail Haul: A Cost Study of Railway and Ocean Transportation as applied to the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Project. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association. Charles P. Craig, Executive Director. Nov. 1923. 13 pp.1923 2 copies
(10)The Panama Canal and Domestic Commerce. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association. June 1924. 6 pp.1924
(11)Statement concerning George C. Conn. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association. John S. Pardee, Assistant Executive Director. Feb. 11, 1925.1925
(12)Reply to Speech of Frank H. Alfred, President of the Pere Marquette Railway, by Charles P. Craig, Executive Director of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association. 6 pp.n.d.
(13)Remarks to the editor (of a newspaper?) by Frank H. Keefer, Port Arthur, Ontario. Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association, Feb. 1927. 7 pp.1927
(14)Memorandum on the St. Lawrence-Great Lakes Waterway Project by the Secretary of the Association of Canadian Clubs; and information on the use of the memorandum. 40 pp. (and 6 pp. incomplete)n.d.
(15)The Way to the Sea. Annual Report of the Executive Director of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association for the period ending Dec. 17, 1928. 13 pp.1928
(16)The St. Lawrence Deep Waterway - An Urgent National Problem by Prof. W. W. Goforth. Published and circulated by the Canadian Deep Waterways and Power Association, 0. E. Fleming, K.C., President. Windsor Ontario, 14 pp.n.d.
(17)The St. Lawrence Ship Canal by George Clinton, Sr. April 20, 1927. 16 pp.1927
(18)Some Objections to the United States Proposals for the St. Lawrence Waterway by Royal Securities Corporation Limited, Montreal. Sept. 1927. 16 pp.1927
(19)St. Lawrence Waterway Project: Correspondence between governments; Report of the Canadian National Advisory Committee; Orders-in-Council. (Contains margin notes by George W. Brown)1927-1928
(20)The St. Lawrence Problem: Some Canadian Economic Aspects by Leslie R. Thomson; Paper presented before the Annual General and General Professional Meeting of The Engineering Institute of Canada, Hamilton, Ontario, February 14, 1929. Reprint from The Engineering Journal, April 1929, 112 pp. (Includes notes on the report by George W. Brown?)1929 2 copies
(21)Minutes of proceedings and Report of the Special Committee on Beauharnois Power Project, No. 21, Tuesday, July 28, 1931. 30 pp.1931
(22)Newspaper clippings and notes1931
(23)Weekly Newsletter of the Great Lakes-St. Lawrence Tidewater Association1927-1929, predominant 1928
(24)Map of the St. Lawrence River area, prepared by the National development Bureau, Department of the Interior, Ottawa.n.d.

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