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  • Photograph courtesy of Berma Marshall, foster-daughter of the author; reposted from The Canadian Encyclopedia online.
  • This image is in the public domain, courtesy of the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, DC, USA (SIA2008-0430): "This photograph may have been taken by journalist Watson Davis at the British...
  • Image from the cover of Glengarry Life #38 (2005), published by the Glengarry Historical Society, Alexandria, Glengarry, Ontario, and courtesy of Alex W. Fraser of Courtenay, BC.
  • "Catharine Parr Strickland." Image courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, ON (C-067337).
  • "Catherine Fraser McNiven, 1854." Winifred B. Schumann, Hope Mcniven Family, 1736-2007 (Salt Lake City, UT: Family History Library, 2007): 87.
  • Image from John. W. Garvin, ed., Canadian Poets, 2nd ed. (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1926).
  • This image is in the public domain; printed in Lois Rauch Gibson and Madelyn Holmes, “Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna," Dictionary of Literary Biography, vol. 163, 307.
  • Image from Charlotte Geddie, Letters of Charlotte Geddie and Charlotte Geddie Harrington (Truro, NS: News Publishing, 1908), frontispiece.
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • "Mrs. Bompas, aged 86." Image from S.A. Archer, A Heroine of the North: Memoirs of Charlotte Selina Bompas (1830-1917) (Toronto: Macmillan, 1929), frontispiece.
  • Image from John Hawkins, The Story of Saskatchewan And Its People, vol. 2 (Chicago: Clarke, 1924): 795.
  • Image from H. Harrison, ed., National Reference Book on Canadian Men and Women, 5th ed. (Montreal, QC: Canadian Newspaper Service, 1936).
  • Publicity photo for the Canadian Author’s Association, Edmonton branch, c1946. This photo also appears on the dust jacket of the first edition of In Due Season (1947). Image courtesy of Special...
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from Claire Wallace, They Tell Me 2.1 (1944): between pages 8 and 9.
  • Clara Bernhardt in 1939. Photograph by Stephen Jones, photographer; courtesy of Laurier Archives, Waterloo, ON (U57-2051).
  • This image is in the public domain; courtesy of the Law Society of Ontario.
  • Image courtesy of the Nova Scotia Archives, Halifax, NS (1983-468).
  • Image from the Canadian Geographical Journal 1.3 (July 1930): 269.
  • Image from Frances E. Willard and Mary A. Livermore, eds., A Woman of the Century: Fourteen Hundred-seventy Biographical Sketches Accompanied by Portraits of Leading American women in all Walks of...
  • Image courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, ON (MIKAN no. 3479392).
  • Newspaper clipping from Kathleen Strange scrapbook "Publicity KS - book 1941," courtesy of Kitt Maitland, granddaughter of the Kathleen Strange.
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from John. W. Garvin, ed., Canadian Poets, 2nd ed. (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1926).
  • Image from the Winnipeg Tribune (27 August 1927): 8.
  • Constance Ward Harper before she was presented to the Queen. Photo by Crawford of Hamilton, ON, courtesy of Anne Milligan.
  • Corinne Rocheleau, passport photo; pPosted on Ancestry.ca.
  • Photo by Ashley & Crippon of Toronto; courtesy of the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, ON.
  • Image from Alan Creighton and Hilda M. Ridley, eds, A New Canadian Anthology (Toronto: Crucible, 1938).
  • Image from Kristina Lundberg, “Donalda Dickie: An Exemplar to be Remembered,” Alberta Teachers’ Association website (10 December 2012).
  • This image is in the public domain; retrieved from Rootsweb.com.
  • "Dora O. Thompson Dies at Her Home. Stories for Boys and Girls Were Read Throughout Empire. Brilliant Musician." Toronto Globe (1 October 1934).
  • Dora Sanders Carney in Shanghai (Dora Sanders Carney, Foreign Devils Had Light Eyes: A Memoir of Shanghai, 1933-1939 [Toronto: Dorset, 1980], 81)
  • Dorothea (Scott-Coward) Allison in 1924. Image courtesy of the Lake Country Museum and Archives, Kelowna, BC.
  • Image courtesy of Graham Allard, nephew of the author.
  • OTHERS: Image from The Canadian Bookman 2.4 (April 1910); or her book:.
  • Image from John. W. Garvin, ed., Canadian Poets, 2nd ed. (Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1926).
  • Image from Dorothy Dumbrille, "Breath of Yesterday," Canadian Author and Bookman 25 (1949): 19-20.
  • "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.

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