Item is a book of Japanese war art, compiled by the Japanese army and navy, depicting campaigns from 1941 including battles in China and mobilization to Indochina. Item is named after the Imperial Shrine of Yasukuni, a Shino shrine founded in 1869, which honours individuals who died in service to the Japanese Empire. Following in the tradition of the shine, series of war art books were presented to the families of fallen soldiers during seasonal spring and autumn festivals
Item is an issue of "Soviet Photo," a magazine devoted to technical and amateur photography in the Soviet Union that was published in Moscow from 1926 to 1997. Item contains photographs depicting Soviet culture, social events, architecture, and people.
Item is a special issue of Ogoniok ("Spark"), a weekly illustrated magazine published in Moscow. This issue is dedicated to celebrating Stalin's 70th birthday and contains photos, articles, and artwork honouring the Soviet leader.
Item was produced by Information Services for Civil Defence and contains suggestions for the civilian population regarding the quantities and types of food, equipment, and water one should have ready in the event of a nuclear attack.
Item is a roll of honour commemorating Mount Royal Junior College students, faculty, and staff who served in the Canadian armed forces during World War II. The names of soldiers who died in the war are marked with a cross. Roll was designed by Canadian artist A.J. Casson.
Item is a roll of honour commemorating Mount Royal College students, faculty, and staff who served in the Canadian armed forces during World War II. The names of soldiers who died in the war are marked with a cross. Roll was designed by Canadian artist A.J. Casson.
Item is a roll of honour commemorating the Mount Royal College students, faculty, and staff who served during World War I in the 191st (Southern Alberta) Battalion of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. The roll of honour lists participants and includes symbols noting those killed in action (‘x’) and those who died of injury or other ailments (‘+’). The roll features hand painted illuminated borders, and was designed and illuminated by Stafford & Kent of Calgary, Alberta.
Item is an issue of the "Cloudy Observer" containing illustrations of Hitler and Stalin with a message that "sheep" follow the two leaders. The verso has a cartoon depicting Karl Marx hiding under a Hitler mask.
Item is a pamphlet which challenges the Co-operative Commonwealth Federation's (CCF) policies, particularly the actions of the party's leadership. Item was published by the Labor-Progressive Party of which Ryerson was a member.
Item is a training manual prepared by Catherine Walsh and Karen Calzonetti of the Research and Training Centre of the Physically Disabled at the Department of Physical Education and Sport Studies at the University of Alberta.
Item is a guide to home nursing responsibilities in an emergency situation. Item was written by the Emergency Health Services Division. Department of National Health and Welfare with assistance from the Canadian Red Cross Society and St. John Ambulance Association. Item was published by the Queen's Printer and Controller of Stationary.
Item is a pamphlet written by Tim Buck, leader of the Labor-Progressive Party. Buck writes about his concern over what he sees as the Canadian government handing over power and sovereignty to the United States.
Item is a pamphlet written by Tim Buck, leader of the Labor-Progressive Party, critiquing Donald Gordon, Chairman of the Wartime Prices and Trade Board, and his position on the correlation of wages and inflation. Item also contains a page of notes.
Item is a journal kept by Private Brian Sourbut during his voyage to Hong Kong, written in the form of letters to his parents in Lancashire. Sourbut details life on the ship, his daily activities, and the locations he visited en route to China.
Item is a pamphlet from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Canada meeting on March 24-26, 1978. Item includes a report from General Secretary William Kashtan, the CPC's election platform, and party resolutions. Item was published by the Communist Party of Canada.
Item is a book of architectural plans, elevations, and illustrations of a variety of home designs. The author, Vaux was a well known architect and previous partner of Andrew Downing and Fredrick Law Olmstead.
Item is a Japanese triptych of senso-e prints created by Kokunimasa. Senso-e are prints depicting wars, usually the Sino-Japanese War (1894-1895) or the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905). Senso-e fulfilled a journalistic purpose, by helping to keep people informed about events and battles, but were also used as propaganda to encourage support for the wars.
Item is an etching by the artist Etienne Duperac, depicting the south-west side of the Baths of Constantine. The Baths of Constantine were destroyed and replaced with the Palazzo Pallavicini-Rospigliosi.
Item is a pamphlet distributed by the Communist Party of Canada to correct misrepresentations of their party's position on organized labour. Item was authored by Bruce Magnuson, Labour Secretary of the CPC.