Photo pamphlet, ‘Newfoundland: The Norway of the New World’ @1900-1920

Pamphlet of full page B&W / Blue & White photos of Newfoundland and Labrador: St Johns, outports, sealing fleet, fishermen, railway, scenery,etc… Great comprehensive view of life before Confederation.

Scarce pamphlet. Only copies seem to be in librairies.

Newfoundland, the Norway of the New world: its wondrous fjords and great bays, its beautiful river valleys and bold coast scenes, its fisheries of cod, seal and whale on their picturesque side, the harbor and architecture of its land of Esquimaux and icebergs, hunting scenes along the line of the Newfoundland railway.

Printed by W.G. MacFarlane Toronto, for Dicks & Co. Booksellers St. Johns.

Inside cover has ad for Dicks & Sons, last picture is of their building.

Undated, online resources say 1900-1920.

Softcover, nice drawing of deer swimming in water.

Owner has written on cover page, translating title into French.

Smudge on front cover. Tear LR front cover that extends into first few pages of book. Some vertical ‘wrinkles’.

56 pages + covers.

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