Burpee, Lawrence J. “Fraser rides the Fraser.” In Canadian Geographical
Journal, v. xxxiii, no. 3, Sept. 1946, p. 146-147. Illus.
“The Descent of the Fraser River, 1908” “From a painting by C. W.
Jefferys. Courtesy Canadian Bank of Commerce”
Burpee, Lawrence J. Henry Hudson. Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1930. Illus.
Inside front cover - “Printed on excellent paper, with clear type,
from 16 to 32 pages, illustrated by C.W. Jefferys, R.C.A.,
an artist into whose exquisite little line drawings has gone a
lifetime of historical research…”
- 3 - “Henry Hudson” a poor CWJ, if it is one.
web search identifies this as a sketch after John Collier’s
painting of Hudson with his son, set adrift, never to be seen again.
Or perhaps from a steel engraving by William Greatbach after
Burpee, Lawrence J. and Doughty, Arthur G. eds. The Makers of Canada:
Index and dictionary of Canadian history. Toronto, Morang and Co. Ltd.,
- 446 p. folded chart tipped in before title page.
[vol. xi of Makers of Canada series, under which title all are filed]
for description of chart, illus. by C.W.J., see Saul
- xii-xv – “Illustrations” but artists are not listed.
Burpee, Lawrence J. The sieges of Quebec: French regime. Toronto, Ryerson Press, 1929. 32 p. Illus.
- 7 - “Frontenac receiving the envoy of Sir William Phipps”
- 19 - “ The advance of the British line at the Battle of the Plains,
Wolfe leading the Grenadiers”
Burpee, Lawrence. “The story of Canadian exploration: the Pacific slope.”
In Canadian Magazine, November, 1927, p. 20-21, 44-48. Illus.
- 20 - “The descent of the Fraser River, 1808”
In 3 parts, of which this is the third.
Burpee, Lawrence. Greetings to CWJ, dated Ottawa, December 23, 1935.
1 page. Handwritten. Photocopy [AGO/AOA]
Christmas and New Year greetings to CWJ and family.