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Volume 9 (1996)

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Foreword. Michael Cartwright. Page 7

Much Given to Reading: a Literary Footnote on James McGill. S.B. Frost. Page 9

James McGill: an Album. Page 17

The Legacy of Peter Redpath. David L. Johnston and Miles Blackwell. Page 23

Floreat Plutoria: Satirical Fiction about McGill. Robert H. Michel. Page 29

Percy Erskine Nobbs: Teacher and Builder of Architecture. Norbert Schoenauer. Page 46

Gentlemanly Satisfaction: the Wellington-Winchelsea Duel of 1829. Bruce Dolphin. Page 59

Remembering War in Imperial Canada: David Ross McCord and the McCord National Museum. Donald A. Wright. Page 97

A Brief Survey of Science and Scientists at McGill. M.A. Whitehead. Page 105

Silverware Crafted by Carl Poul Petersen: Recent Donation in the Decorative Arts Collection, McCord Museum of Canadian History. Conrad Graham. Page 114

In Their Own Write: An Exhibition Celebrating 175 Years of McGill Authorship. David McKnight. Page 118

McGill University Library Catalogue of 1876: A Preliminary Statistical Analysis. Peter F. McNally and Kevin Gunn. Page 120

An Archival Testament: the Papers of Sir William Dawson. Robert H. Michel. Page 125

A Danish Collection at McGill. Hans Möller. Page 130

Chronicle. Page 135

In Memoriam. Page 153

Contributors. Page 154

Fontanus Publications. Page 157

Guidelines for Authors. Page 159

Illustrations
Peter felt his economics course coming magically to life.
Winter laid determined seige to the land... The transportation companies advertized special excursion trains up north.
The Arts Building, refurbished a number of times, was the original building of the University.
This was the proper setting for football heroics. Football field, Molson Stadium, Royal Victoria Hospital and Mount Royal.