Catalogue

The Black Flies (Simuliidae) of North America

Peter H. Adler, 

D. Monty Wood

Cornell University Press
2004
960 Pages
Cloth
$115.00
978-0-8014-2498-4

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The Fisher Site: Archeological, Geological and Paleobotanical Studies at an Early Paleo-Indian Site in Southern Ontario, Canada

ROM/University of Michigan
1997
328 Pages
Paper
$28.00
978-0-915703-38-8

A detailed, multidisciplinary report on a large Early Paleo-Indian site in the Georgian Bay region. The site produced 1500 artifacts, including 156 fluted points and over 30,000 pieces of debitage, all Parkhill Complex.

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Excavations in Jerusalem

Douglas Tushingham

ROM
1985
592 Pages
Cloth
$44.99
978-0-88854-317-2

Also includes Maps, Sections, Plans, Elevations

The Diaries of Edmund Montague Morris: Western Journeys, 1907-1910

Mary Fitz-Gibbon (ed.)

ROM
1990
192 Pages
Paper
$24.95
978-0-88854-259-5

In word, portrait, and photograph, Edmund Morris recorded the last generation of nomadic Canadian Plains Indians. In print since 1985, the work illuminates a collection featured in the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples.

Déco Lalique: Creator to Consumer

Carolyn Hatch

ROM
2006
96 Pages
Paper
$29.95
978-0-88854-447-6

The ROM is home to Canada's premier collection of Lalique glass, the subject of the Museum's exhibition Déco Lalique: Creator to Consumer (December 2005-March 2007). Déco Lalique showcases the ROM's collection and, drawing from vintage newspaper and magazine advertisements, many of them reproduced in the book, chronicles the introduction of Lalique glass into Canada in the 1920s and 1930s.

Cut My Cote

Dorothy Burnham

ROM
1999
36 Pages
Paper
$9.95
978-0-88854-046-1

A history of cloth-cutting techniques and the influence of loom lengths and animal-skin traditions on garment styles. This indispensable work has been continuously in print since 1973.

Couture & Commerce: The Transatlantic Fashion Trade in the 1950s

UBC Press/ROM
2001
360 Pages
Cloth
$65.00
978-0-7748-0826-2

Investigates how and why 1950s couture fashion was important in its own day and why we are still fascinated by it fifty years later. Combing analysis of the clothes and interviews with those who traded, sold, redesigned, and wore couture. Couture & Commerce recreates the world of 1950s fashion. Profusely illustrated.

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Chinese Shadows: Stone Reliefs, Rubbings, and Related Works of Art from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) in the Royal Ontario Museum

Klaas Ruitenbeek

ROM
2002
96 Pages
Paper
$24.95
978-0-88854-440-7

Klaas Ruitenbeek, who holds the Louise Hawley Stone Chair of Far Eastern Art, brings distinguished scholarship and an artist's sensitivity to this illustrative work. The cover shows a detail from "Ascension to Heaven," a woodblock print reproduction of a rubbing from the Wu Liang shrines.

Canadian Watercolours and Drawings in the Royal Ontario Museum

ROM
1974
524 Pages
Cloth
$39.99
978-0-88854-159-8

The ROM has one of the largest collections of Canadian heritage art in the world, including the premier collection of paintings and sketches by Paul Kane. This illustrated catalogue includes works from the mid-1700s to the 1930s, catalogued geographically and by artist. Brief biographies of the artists accompany their work. 2-volume boxed set, 262 pages per volume.