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  • "Win Canadian Literary Awards." Winnipeg Tribune, 31 March 1945. Kathleen Strange scrapbook "Publicity KS - book 1941," provided by Kitt Maitland, granddaughter of the Kathleen Strange.
  • Image from the Dorothy Duncan Fonds, Rare Books and Special Collections, McGill University Library, Montreal, Canada.
  • Image from the Dorothy Livesay fonds, courtesy of the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections, Winnipeg, MB.
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from H. Harrison, ed., National Reference Book on Canadian Men and Women, 6th ed. (Montreal, QC: Canadian Newspaper Service, 1940).
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from Women of Canada. Montreal, QC: Women of Canada, 1930.
  • Image from H. Harrison, ed., National Reference Book on Canadian Men and Women, 6th ed. (Montreal, QC: Canadian Newspaper Service, 1940).
  • Image by Gauvin Gentzel & Co., Winnipeg, MB, courtesy of the E. Cora Hind collection, Special Collections, University of Waterloo Library, Waterloo, ON.
  • Photo from the private collection of Dorian Gieseler Greenbaum.
  • Image from the Canadian Geographical Journal 6.3 (March 1933): 135.
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • A young Edith Ferguson Black, from a family album. Photo by W. Notman of Montreal, courtesy of Andy Graybeal, a relative of the author.
  • Image from Henry James Morgan, ed. Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected With Canada (Toronto: Briggs, 1903).
  • Image from Edith Lelean Groves, Everyday Children: A Book of Poems (Toronto, 1932): 10.
  • Image from H. Harrison, ed., National Reference Book on Canadian Men and Women, 6th ed. (Montreal, QC: Canadian Newspaper Service, 1940).
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from Women of Canada (Montreal, QC: Women of Canada, 1930).
  • Image from the fly-leaf of Edna Jaques, My Kitchen Window (Toronto: Thomas Allen, 1935).
  • Newspaper image from the author clippings files at the Toronto Public Library.
  • Eiko Henmi, BA English and Psychology; image from The Torch yearbook (University of British Columbia, 1939).
  • Photo by William James Topley, courtesy of Library and Archives Canada (1936-270 NPC ).
  • Image from H. Harrison, ed., National Reference Book on Canadian Men and Women, 5th ed. (Montreal, QC: Canadian Newspaper Service, 1936).
  • Elisabeth Belyea at Tranquille. Image courtesy of Glenn Belyea, the author's grandson.
  • Elise Aylen, 1930s. This image is in the public domain: reproduced in Mark Abley, Conversations with a Dead Man: The Legacy of Duncan Campbell Scott (Madeira Park, BC: Douglas and McIntyre, 2013): ii.
  • "Eliza Jones, portrait by Matilda Jones, 1832.” From the Canadian Heritage at the Victoria University Library exhibition, University of Toronto, Canada.
  • Image from Henry James Morgan, ed. Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected With Canada (Toronto: Briggs, 1903).
  • Image from Henry James Morgan, ed. Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected With Canada (Toronto: Briggs, 1903).
  • Image from Henry James Morgan, ed. Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected With Canada (Toronto: Briggs, 1903).
  • Lily, Elizabeth, and Ann Grove; photo courtesy of John Grove, descendent of the Grove family.
  • This image in the public domain; reprinted from Debbie Marshall, Firing Lines: Three Canadian Women Write the First World War (Toronto: Dundurn, 2017): 72.
  • Image from Henry James Morgan, ed. Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected With Canada (Toronto: Briggs, 1903).
  • Image from John. W. Garvin, ed., Canadian Poets, 1st ed. (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1916).
  • Image from Henry James Morgan, ed. Types of Canadian Women, and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected With Canada (Toronto: Briggs, 1903).
  • Elizabeth Smart at Kingsmere Lake, c1930. This image is in the public domain; retrieved from Wikipedia.
  • Image from Mrs. [E.S.] MacLeod, Carols of Canada (Charlottetown, PEI: Coombs, 1893), frontispiece.
  • Image from The Calgary Daily Herald (25 October 1930): 2.
  • Image courtesy of David Phillip Jones and Ann Jones, grandchildren of the author

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