NEWS from the LIBRARY STACKS

NEWS from the LIBRARY STACKS

  •  Cynthia H
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Christmas can be a blend of memories and modern life – bows on trees instead of tinsel, stockings
for Santa from the dollar store instead of dad’s woolen socks, greetings to family and friends by
email instead of a card in a stamped envelope. But our kids and grandkids still hope for Santa to
visit and we still hope for more peace in our world. Christmas is not a typical subject in a
genealogy library’s catalogue but the BCGS Genealogical Library does have a few Christmas topic
books.
● 355 ‘ 971.1 BUR Vol 3 – The Gold Strip #3 – A Christmas Book for 1919, a Tribute to the Heroes of the Great War
● 971 BAR – Christmas in Canada
● 971 TEM – A Cowboy Christmas; Celebrating the season on Ranch and Range
● 971.1 MOL HIS by Rich Mole – Season’s Greetings from British Columbia’s Past – Christmas as Celebrated … from
the 1880’s to the 1930s.
● 971.1 TEM – A West Coast Christmas: Celebrating the Season on the Edge of the Pacific

 

Corrine Jubb, Library Administrator