The Papers of Trevor Lloyd in the Dartmouth College LibraryWMST Mss-194

Descriptive Summary

Creator: Lloyd, Trevor
Title Remainder: Papers. 1939-1982
Dates: 1939-1982
Identification: Mss-194





CHRONOLOGY

1906 Born in London, England, May 4, the son of Jonathan and Mary (Gordge) Lloyd.
1929 B. Sc., University of Bristol, England.
1931-1938 Taught geography in Winnipeg, Canada, public schools.
1940 Ph.D., Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts.
1942-1944 Assistant Professor of Geography, Dartmouth College.
1944-1959 Professor of Geography, Dartmouth College.
1946-1952 Chairman, Geography Department, Dartmouth College.
1947 Canada and Her Neighbors published.
1947-1949 Editor of Arctic.
1953 Southern Lands published.
1959-1977 Professor of Human Geography, McGill University, Montreal, Canada.
1968 A Geographer's World published.
1968-1972 Director of University Centre for Northern Research
1973-1977 Executive Director of the Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies.

INTRODUCTION

Trevor Lloyd is a distinguished geographer, who has specialized in the study of arctic and subarctic lands. Born and reared in England, he has spent most of his life in the United States and Canada, teaching for many years at Dartmouth College and McGill University. As an expert on northern geography, he has served in several Canadian government posts and as a consultant to government and industry on northern development. Lloyd has headed northern studies and research groups and was the first editor of Arctic. Although he has written several books, most of his works on the arctic are articles in journals, technical reports, reviews, and other short pieces.

This collection divides readily into two parts, of which the first is a bibliography of Lloyd's works, prepared by himself and supplemented by copies of the shorter works, if available, or notes on locations where they can be found. The longer works are represented by abstracts or copies of their tables of contents. Most are photocopies, but there are some typescripts and printed copies. Lloyd's bibliography and guide to the collection of his works is included as part of this inventory.

Papers relating to Southern Lands, written by Lloyd, Griffith Taylor, and Dorothy J. Seiveright, and first published in 1953, make up the second part of the collection. The material comprises notes, typescripts, and proofs, variously corrected and revised. Included are a few letters concerning research and editing, which are filed with the papers they refer to.

These papers were given to Dartmouth College by Trevor Lloyd, and there are no restrictions on their use.






BOX I.

Works (Arranged chronologically in the categories listed in the “Trevor Lloyd Document List,” which is included in this inventory.)



FOLDER : 1.

(1.) Books.



FOLDER : 2.

(2.) Chapters in books.



FOLDER : 3.

(3.) Pamphlets.



FOLDER : 4.

(4.) Technical reports with limited circulation.



FOLDER : 5.

(5.) Encyclopedia articles.



FOLDER : 6.

(6.A.) Articles in journals, 1935-1947.



FOLDER : 7.

(6.A.) Articles in journals, 1948-1959.



FOLDER : 8.

(6.A.) Articles in journals, 1960-1979.



FOLDER : 9.

(6.B.) Articles reproduced for limited circulation.



FOLDER : 10.

(7.) Abstracts.



FOLDER : 11.

(8.) Articles in newspapers, etc.



FOLDER : 12.

(9.) Published notes, reports, letters to the editor in journals.



FOLDER : 13.

(10.) Translations.



FOLDER : 14.

(11.) Book reviews.



FOLDER : 15.

(12.A.) Addresses published in full.



FOLDER : 16.

(12.B.) Addresses reproduced for limited circulation.



FOLDER : 17.

(12.C.) Addresses, full texts, unpublished.



FOLDER : 18.

(12.D.) Addresses, notes only.



FOLDER : 19.

(13.) Media material.



FOLDER : 20.

(14.) Other documentation.



FOLDER : 21.

(15.) Articles about Trevor Lloyd.



BOX II.

Southern Lands



FOLDER : 1.

“Unrevised Manuscript,” 1941. Bound mimeographed copy of original typescript with corrections and revisions. This version was not published due to the war; the book was rewritten for its 1953 publication.



FOLDER : 2.

Letters from the trade commissioners of Australia and New Zealand, 1941.



FOLDER : 3.

Title page, forward, and table of contents of the 1953 edition. Photocopies.



FOLDER : 4.

Chapters I-VI, typed final draft.



FOLDER : 5.

Chapters VII, typed final draft with marginal comments.



FOLDER : 6.

Chapter VII, maps.



FOLDER : 7.

Chapter VIII, typed drafts with corrections, revisions, and comments. Includes correspondence with Anna M. Ritchie and Griffith Taylor, 1952.



FOLDER : 8.

Chapter IX, typed drafts with corrections and revisions. Includes correspondence with Anna M. Ritchie, 1952.



FOLDER : 9.

Chapter IX, maps.



FOLDER : 10.

Chapter X, notes and typed drafts with corrections and revisions.



FOLDER : 11.

Chapter X, maps.



FOLDER : 12.

Chapter XI, typed drafts with corrections and revisions.



FOLDER : 13.

Chapter XI, maps.



FOLDER : 14.

Chapter XII (A First Look at Africa), typed drafts with corrections and comments.



FOLDER : 15.

Chapter XII (South Africa), typed drafts with corrections. Includes correspondence with and comments of G. R. Parkin and Peter MacGibbon.



FOLDER : 16.

Chapter XII (British Central Africa), typed drafts with corrections and revisions.



FOLDER : 17.

Chapter XII (East Africa), typed drafts with corrections and revisions.



FOLDER : 18.

Chapter XII (West Africa and Mediterranean Africa), typed drafts with corrections and revisions. Includes a letter and comments.



FOLDER : 19.

Chapter XII, maps.



FOLDER : 20.

Miscellaneous papers: schedule, questions, exercises, etc. Typed draft and notes.



Southern Lands: galley proofs and two sets of page proofs with comments, corrections, and revisions



FOLDER : 21.

Chapters I-VI. Includes a letter about corrections to Anna M. Ritchie, 1953.



FOLDER : 22.

Chapter VII.



FOLDER : 23.

Chapters VIII and IX.



FOLDER : 24.

Chapters X and XI.



FOLDER : 25.

Chapter XII.





Note on organization of the material

The 400 items listed have been arranged as simply as possible (but this does not preclude any subsequent re-arrangement to suit particular users).
  1. Each item was initially recorded on an index card, with in some cases cross-referencing between cards.
  2. 15 categories were then selected for grouping the individual cards, the basis being, the original purpose of the items. A list of the categories follows this note.
  3. Within the categories the items are arranged chronologically.
  4. Among the categories No. 15 does not include items by the author, but about him. It also includes a brief outline of his career issued by A.C.U.N.S. in 1978 and also extracts from Who's Who.
  5. Whenever possible a copy of the original item or a xerox of it follows the list. When only a single copy was available it has been deposited with the Public Archives of Canada, Manuscript Division. Each item has attached to it the index card mentioned.
  6. The documents are packed in the order shown on the list.

PREFACE

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS AND OTHER DOCUMENTATION, 1931-1982 BY TREVOR LLOYD, PROFESSOR EMERITUS OF GEOGRAPHY, McGILL UNIVERSITY, MONTREAL 1982

This “Trevor Lloyd Document List” was initially thought of as an “aid” to university students needing to trace references in sometimes obscure publications. While in preparation it expanded into, something appreciably more comprehensive. It is now a reasonably complete list not only of research-based reports and articles but also of material intended for a wider audience and over a longer period. It includes for example addresses to conferences and public seminars and in a few cases radio and T.V. broadcasts and educational films.

A considerable effort has gone into tracing all printed items except those in newspapers, but the public addresses listed are a mere sample, though a reasonably representative one. Most addresses were given without using a prepared text, but were based on careful preparation and the use of notes. Occasionally press reports of addresses are included in the list and only rarely press comments.

Believing that a listing alone would be of only limited value if the texts themselves could not be located, a collection of these has been assembled. A complete set has been placed in the Public Archives, Ottawa, with less comprehensive ones at the McGill University Centre for Northern Studies and Research and the McGill Archives and in the Baker Library, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. where they may be examined.

That the rather burdensome task of assembling and checking this material has been completed, is mainly a tribute to those who have aided me over the years at Dartmouth College and McGill University. I am particularly grateful to Johanne Chenel and Françoise Bélanger who prepared the final draft of the list and assembled the sets for deposit.

Both McGill students, they in the process mastered some of the techniques of academic library cataloguing and archival filing. They pursued missing items with commendable determination. Our collective thanks go to Professor J.M. Cram, Director of the McGill Centre for Northern Studies and Research, where the final work on the list was done and also to Alice Gutkind of the Centre library; to the university's McLennan Library; particularly the Inter-Library Loan staff and to Dr. Alan Cook of the Northern Studies Centre for good counsel based on his long experience with books and publishing and not least his years at the Stefansson Collection, Dartmouth College and the Scott Polar Research Institute, Cambridge.

My personal thanks also go to the Public Archives of Canada for access to the Trevor Lloyd Papers (MG 30, B 97) housed there and for permission to reproduce certain items. Mr. James Kidd of the Manuscript Division has been generous with his time and professional skill.

The list in its present form is not intended for general circulation, but is available to those who may find it useful.






CATEGORIES

1. BOOKS



(a) A- Technical



(b) B- School Textbooks



(c) C- Juvenile



2. CHAPTERS IN BOOKS



3. PAMPHLETS



4. TECHNICAL REPORTS WITH LIMITED CIRCULATION



5. ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES



6. ARTICLES



(a) A- In Journals



(b) B- Reproduced for Limited Circulation



7. ABSTRACTS



8. ARTICLES IN NEWSPAPERS, ETC.



9. PUBLISHED NOTES, REPORTS, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR IN JOURNALS



10. TRANSLATIONS



11. BOOK REVIEWS



12. ADDRESSES



(a) A- Published in Full



(b) B- Reproduced for Limited Circulation



(c) C- Full Texts, Unpublished



(d) D- Notes Only



13. MEDIA MATERIALS



(Radio talks, interviews, T.V. Programs, Films, etc.



14. OTHER DOCUMENTATION



(a) A- ROYAL COMMISSION ON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION Glassco Commission



(b) B- CENTENNIAL CENTRE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY TORONTO Proposed permanent display on “The North”



15. PUBLISHED MATERIALS ABOUT TREVOR LLOYD










BOOKS



1. TECHNICAL BOOKS:



(a) The Red River Valley of Manitoba: - A Regional Study, Clark University, Department of Geography, 1940, Ph. D. Thesis, 533 pages, maps, illus.



Abstract appeared in Clark University Bulletin, Worcester, 1940, pp. 3-9.



(b) The Geography and Administration of Northern Canada, University of Bristol, Department of Geography, D.Sc. Thesis, 1949. Microfilm in Baker Library, Dartmouth College, the National Library of Canada, Ottawa, Microfilm reel 0001 in Northern Studies Iib., McGill University, Montreal.



Based on Report to C.I.I.A. on [UNK] Arctic Research Project, 1943-1947.



2. SCHOOL TEXTBOOKS:



(a) Canada and Her Neighbours,



with G. Taylor and D.J. Seiveright. Revised ed., Toronto: Ginn and Co. 1947. 247 pages, illus., maps.



Le Canada et ses Voisins, translated by J. Theodule Lejeune, Toronto: Ginn and Co. 1953. 248 pages, illus., maps.



(b) Southern Lands,



with G. Taylor and D.J. Seiveright. Revised ed. Toronto: Ginn and Co. 1953. 294 pages, maps, illus., diagr.



(c) Le Canada et ses Voisins,



with G. Taylor and D.J. Seiveright. Revised ed. Toronto: Ginn and Co. 1947. 247 pages, illus., maps.



(d) Lands of Europe and Asia,



with G. Taylor and D.J. Seiveright. Toronto: Ginn and Co. 1956. 346 pages, maps, illus., diagr.



(e) The Geographer's World,



with W. Russell, and M. Scarlett. Toronto: Ginn and Co. 1968. 450 pages, maps, illus., diagr.



3. JUVENILE BOOKS:



(a) Sky Highways: geography from the air,



with illustrations by A. Sperry. Boston: Houghton Miffin Co. 1945. 61 pages, illus., maps.



Junior Literary Guild Selection.



See also a book review by T.F. Barton in The Journal of Geography, vol. 45, no. 9, Dec. 1946, p. 371.



CHAPTERS IN BOOKS



1. “Practical Geography in the High School”



(a) Journal of Geography, vol. 42, no. 2, Feb. 1943, pp. 61-68.



(b) Reprinted in Geography in the High School, pp. 44-50.



(c) National Council of Geography Teachers, Commitee on High School Geography, Bloomington, Ill., McKnight 1949, 400 pages, illus.



2. “The Nickel Industry”



(a) in Albert S. Carlson, Economic Geography of Industrial Materials. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp., 1956, pp. 198-208, chap. 9.



3. “The Political Geography of the Arctic”



(a) in W.G. East and A.E. Moodie, ed., The Changing World. George G. Harrap and Co., 1956, chap. 41, pp. 960-981.



Also a draft copy.



4. “Fennoscandia”



(a) in Etzel Pearcy and Assoc. World Political Geography. 1957 edition, pp. 263-280, New York: Thomas Y. Crowell.



5. “Mining Development on Ungava Bay”



(a) Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, 3e Année, no. 6, 1959, pp. 321-28, maps, illus.



(b) Mélanges Géographique Canadiens, Offerts à Raoul Blanchard, Institut de Géographie, Université Laval, Québec 1959, pp. 321-28, illus., maps, refs.



6. “Human Society in the Arctic Today”



(a) in F.R. Fisher ed. Man Living in the Arctic, Proceedings of a Conference at Natick, Mass., Dec. 1-2, 1960, pp. 125-134.



(b) Address delivered at that Conference. Sponsored by Headquarters Quartermaster Research and Engineering Command, U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps. and A.I.N.A.



7. “Situation Actuelle et Perspective de la Recherche dans le Nord”



(traduit de l'anglais)



(a) Les Ressources et Notre Avenir, Etude: 8-4, Section du Développement Régional II (dans les contrées septentrionales), 19 Juin, 1961



52 pages.



8. “Northern Research: Review and Forecast”



(a) Resources for Tomorrow, Conference Background Papers, vol. 1, July 1961, pp. 607-622. Conference, Montreal, Oct. 23-28, 1961. Also draft copy, 30 pages. See also “Resources for Tomorrow” in The Montreal Star, Oct. 19, 1961.



9. “The Future Colonization of Horthern Canada”



(a) in V.W. Bladen ed., Canadian Population and Northern Colonization, University of Toronto Press, 1961, pp. 148-158.



(b) Symposium presented to the Royal Society of Canada in 1961.



10. “Canada's New Northland”



(a) The Decisive Years, (Toronto), Jan. 1964, 3 pages, illus.



11. “The Land and the People”



(a) in I.N. Smith ed. The Unbelievable Land. Radio talks published for the Department of Northern Affairs, Ottawa, Queen's Printer, 1964, 140 pages, maps, illus.



12. “Trends”



(a) in J. Warkentin ed. Canada, A Geographical Interpretation. Toronto, Methuen, 1967, pp. 583-591, chap. 19.



13. “Land Utilization in Canada”



(a) Patterns of Canada, W.J. Megill, ed., Royal Canadian Geographical Society. Ottawa, 1967, pp. 222-231, illus.



14. “The North”



(a) in To Every Thing There is a Season, Milton Wilson, ed., Roloff Beny, photographer, Longmans, Toronto, 1967, pp. 98-99.



15. “The Growth of Geographical Knowledge of Canada - Since 1867”



(a) Canada Yearbook, 1967, pp. 1-6.



16. “The Changing University - A Faculty Viewpoint”



(a) Old McGill, McGill University Yearbook, vol. 73, June 1970, pp. 81-82. Draft copy



6 pages.



17. “Introduction”



(a) Introduction, pp. vii-x of Arctic Freakthrough, Franklin's Expeditions 1819-1847, by Paul Nanton, Toronto, Clarke, Irwin and Co., 1971, 262pp. Paperback Edition 1981.



18. “The North”



(a) in Robert Fulford, et al, Read Canadian: A Book about Canadian Books. Toronto, 1972, pp. 37-48.



19. “The Development of the North American Arctic and the Future of Eskimo Society”



(a) in Jean Malaurie, ed. Le Peuple Esquimau Aujourd'hui et Demain, Paris, 1973, pp. 51-62.



See also conference at Fourth International Congress “Arctic Development and the Future of Eskimo Societies”, Report no. 21, at Le Havre et Rouen, Nov. 24-27, 1969, 16 pages.



20. “Canadian Policies in the North”



(a) in W.C. Wonders, ed. The Arctic Circle, Ontario 1976, pp. 35-48.



Also Symposium proceedings of International Geographical Union Congress in Montreal 1972, 9 pages.



21. “The Urbanizing North: Some Comparisons”



(a) in H. Peter Oberlander ed. Improving Human Settlements: Up with People. University of British Columbia Press, Vancouver, 1976, pp. 31-43.



22. “Comments on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the CAG.”



(a) Restrospective 1951-1976, edited by Louis-Edmond Hamelin et Ludger Beauregard. The Canadian Association of Geographers, 1979, pp. 95-100.



23. “Circumpolar Settlement Development”



(a) Human Settlement Issues, Vancouver: University of British Columbia: Centre for Human Settlement, Occasional Papers, 1979, pp. 12-19.



24. “Canada and the Circumpolar World Comparisons and Challenges”



(a) in Zaslow, Morris, ed. A Century of Canada's Arctic Islands 1880-1980. Ottawa: Royal Society of Canada. University of Toronto Press, 1981.



(b) Based on contribution to a Symposium held in Yellowknife, August 11-13, 1980.



PAMPHLETS



1. “Canada's Last Frontier”



(a) Behind the Headlines, vol. 3, no. 4, 1943, 32 pages, illus., map.



2. “The New North”



(a) Canadian Affairs, vol. 1, no. 8, 1943, pp. 1-10.



(b) W.I.B. Edition.



(c) Canadian Affairs, vol. 1, no. 3, 1944, pp. 3-16.



(d) Canadian Edition.



(e) Royal Canadian Navy Monthly Review, no. 21, Sept. 1943, pp. 14-25. See also “Northern Crossroads”, an editorial introduction for “The New North”.



3. “Le Grand Nord”



(a) Affaires Canadiennes, vol. 1, no. 3, Ottawa, Feb. 15, 1944, pp. 3-16.



4. “Frontier of Destiny - The Canadian Arctic”



(a) Behind the Headlines, vol. 6, no. 7, 1946, pp. 1-16, map.



TECHNICAL REPORTS OF LIMITED CIRCULATION



1. “Arctic: Journal of the Arctic Institute of North America”



(a) Trevor LLoyd, editor, 1948-49, Montreal, Arctic Institute of North America.



2. “Some Recent Developments in Arctic Research”



(a) Department of Geography, Dartmouth College, July 1952, pp. 1-9. Given in an Arctic Symposium at the New Hampshire Academy of Science, April 1952, Dartmouth College, mimeographed.



3. “The Norwegian - Soviet Boundary; A Study in Political Geography”



(a) Dartmouth College, Dept. of Geography, Hanover, N.H., Technical Report ONR-438-03-01, Feb. 1954, 32 pages, maps, illus. See also the Article.



4. “Norwegian Collaboration in the Economic Development of Arctic Finland”



(a) Technical Report, ONR-438-03-03, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Jan. 1956, 11p., 3 text maps, Mimeographed.



Also an Abstract in Canadian Geographer, no. 6, 1955, p.6.



5. “The Reconstruction of North Norway, 1945-1955”



(a) Technical Report: ONR 438-03-04, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. 1956



6. “Population Data for North Norway”



(a) Appendix to Technical Report: ONR-438-03-04, Dartmouth College, Hanover N.H., 1956



3p.



7. “The Fishing Industry of North Norway” (with Joan B. Snell).



(a) Technical Report ONR-438-03-05, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Jan. 1956, 33 pp., 9 text maps, graphs, 20 tables, mimeographed.



8. “Reconstruction of Transportation in North Norway”



(a) Technical Report: ONR 438-03-06, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., 1956, 27p. 11 text maps, graphs, table.



9. “West Greenland Pilot Notes”



(a) Guide for pilots flying to Greenland. Photos, maps and aeronautical charts. Used by Cyrus Eaton Expedition in 1956, and Canadian Air Force helicopters in 1980.



(b) When in Dartmouth College.



10. “Notes on Some Polar Research Institutes”



(a) Prepared for a Conference at Dartmouth College, Dec. 18-19, 1958, Hanover, N.H.



23 pages.



11. “Greenland”



12. “Blue Dolphin Greenland Expedition - 1956; notes on Greenland”



13. “Administration of Greenland”



14. “On Southwest Greenland Physical Geography”



(a) These are all part of a Guide for people visiting Greenland, 1958. When in Dartmouth College.



15. “Transit Harbour in West Greenland”



(a) Notes relating to “Transportation of Ungava Iron Ore”, in Canadian Geographer, no. 15, 1960, pp. 26-28.



Also: Address presented at the 9th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Assoc. of Geographers, Saskatoon, 1959. 1958, 5 pages. A summary of the C.S.Eaton Ungava Project.



16. “Graduate Enquiry Report”



(a) McGill University, Department of Geography, Montreal, 1973



34 pages.



17. “Centre for Northern Studies and Research: The Status of Northern Research at McGill University”



(a) Trevor Lloyd, ed., December 1973, 37 pages, maps.



18. “Geography: Trends and Patterns of Graduate Studies in Recent Years and Future Prospects”



(a) Published by The Commission on Graduate Studies in The Humanities and Social Science, April 1975



62 pages.



19. “Bibliography of McGill Northern Research 1887-1975”



(a) Published by Centre for Northern Studies and Research, McGill University. Information Series no. 1 and Index, 1976, 92 pages, maps. Supplement 1977, 16 pages.



20. “List of Northern Specialists at Canadian Universities”



(a) Trevor Lloyd ed., Occasional Publications: no. 1. Ottawa: A.C.U.N.S., Oct. 1978



189 pages.



21. “Study of Northern Scientific Training Grants Program”



(a) Occasional Publications: no. 2. Ottawa: A.C.U.N.S., Oct. 1978



21 pages.



22. “list of Northern Courses at Canadian Universities”



(a) Trevor Lloyd ed., Occasional Publications: no. 3. Ottawa: A.C.U.N.S., 1979



44 pages.



23. “Preliminary List of Northern Field Facilities”



(a) Trevor Lloyd ed., Occasional Publications: no. 4, Ottawa: A.C.U.N.S., 1980



26 pages.



24. “The Use of Greenlandic and Danish in Greenland Schools 1950-1978” by Bent Gynther, Trevor Lloyd ed.



(a) Translated from Danish by Aase Segal and Trevor Lloyd. Occasional Publications No. 5, Ottawa: A.C.U.N.S., 1980, 46 pages and appendices.



25. “Course work in geography as taught at Ravenscourt School, Winnipeg”



(a) Winnipeg, 1931-1936. This was a pioneer undertaking. A sample examination is appended.



8 pages.



(b) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 23, file 453.



26. “Draft of Proposed Program of Geography for Manitoba Schools”



(a) Prepared for Manitoba Department of Education, Winnipeg. 1940. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 21, file 403.



27. “Syllabus of Meteorology for Air Cadets of Canada”



(a) Manitoba Department of Education, 1941. Also “Meteorology for High School”, outline of proposed book, May 1942, 40 pages including Foreword and Appendix.



28. “The Soviet Union in the Arctic”



(a) Secret report for the Wartime Information Board written by T. Lloyd, June 30, 1943, 76 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 37, file 798.



29. “West Africa”



(a) Togo Republic Geographical Report. Contribution to a report for World Bank concerning the feasibility of a new highway network in Togo. Dec. 1969



55 pages.



(b) Based on field studies. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol.25, file 484.



30. “Bibliographie sur le Nord Canadien”



(a) Proceedings Northern Libraries Colloque, Paris 1978, pp. 323-25.



31. “Comments on the Scandinavian Folk High schools”



(a) Report to the American Association for Adult Education..



Also; “School systems of Denmark”, “Notes on the Co-operative Movement”; “The Bacon Crisis in 1933”; “Educational Craftwork”; “The Scandinavian Folk High School at Geneva”, 1934, draft copy, 31 pages.



32. “School Geography Broadcasts”



(a) Report of an experiment, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 1938, draft copy



4 pages.



ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES



1. “Anchorage”



(a) in The Universal Standard Encyclopedia, an abridgment of The New Funk and Wagnalls Encyclopedia. New York, 1957. Vol. 1, p. 256.



2. “Aleutian Islands”



(a) in The Universal Standard Encyclopedia, an abridgment of The New Funk and Wagnalls Encyclopedia. New York, 1957. Vol. 1, p. 150.



3. “Alaska”



(a) in The New Funk and Wagnalls Encyclopedia Yearbook. 1958. New York. pp. 11-12.



4. “The Arctic”



(a) Encyclopedia Britannica, July 1958, Supplementary section, “Submarines in the Arctic Basin”, reprinted in 1963.



20 pages.



5. “Labrador”



(a) in Encyclopedia Canadiana, 1958, pp. 32-37.



6. “Arctic”



(a) Collier's Encyclopedia Year Book, 1959, pp. 70-74, illus., map.



7. “Geography and Exploration”



(a) The Americana Annual 1961, by Americana Corp., New York, pp. 296-297.



8. “Alaska”



(a) in Funk and Wagnalls; Standard Reference Encyclopedia. 1962. Vol. 1, pp. 285-294.



9. “Arctic”



(a) in Funk and Wagnalls; Standard Reference Encyclopedia. 1962. Vol. 2, pp. 589-599. Maps, illus.



10. “Arctic Ocean”



(a) in Funk and Wagnalls; Standard Reference Encyclopedia. 1962. Vol. 2, pp. 599.



11. “Polar Regions; Arctic Regions” with T.M. Barron



(a) Collier's Encyclopedia, vol. 19, 1971, pp. 200-204, maps, photos, illus.



12. “The Arctic”



(a) in Funk and Wagnalls; Standard Reference Encyclopedia. 1982. Draft copy



19 pages.



ARTICLES IN JOURNALS



1. “The Danish Folk High Schools”



(a) The Canadian Student, vol. 17, no. 6, April 1935, pp. 149-51.



2. “The Geography Room”



(a) School Progress, The National School Magazine, Toronto, Nov. 1937, pp. 9-10,26, illus.



3. “The Place of Geography in the British Educational System”



(a) Education, (Geography Number), vol. 60, no. 4, Dec. 1939, pp. 224-28.



4. “Wild Rice in Canada”



(a) Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 19, no. 5, Nov. 1939, pp. 289-98, maps, illus., diagr.



5. “Geography and Humanity - A Summary of an Address; “The World of Man Today” ”



(a) Manitoba Educational Association; Report of the Annual Convention, Easter 1941, Winnipeg, Manitoba, pp. 18-21, P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 28, file 548.



6. “Man's World To-Day”



(a) Queen's Quarterly, vol. 49, no. 1, Spring 1942, pp. 31-39.



7. “Practical Geography in the High School”



(a) Journal of Geography, vol. 42, no. 2, Feb. 1943, pp. 61-68.



(b) Reprinted in Geography in the High School, p. 44-50.



(c) National Council of Geography Teachers, Committee on High School Geography, Bloomington, III., McKnight 1949, 400 p. illus.



8. “Activity in Northwest Canada”



(a) Journal of Geography, vol. 42, no. 5, May 1943, pp. 161-174, maps. Also draft copy of “Progress in the Canadian Northwest”, Jan. 31, 1943



9 pages.



9. “Mapping Western Canada - The Red River Valley”



(a) Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 26, no. 5, May 1943, pp. 230-239, maps, illus., diagr.



10. “The Mackenzie Waterway: A Northern Supply Route”



(a) Geographical Review, vol. 33, no. 3, July 1943, pp. 415-434, illus., maps, tables.



(b) Abstract in the Annals of the Association of American Geographers, vol. 33, no. 1, March 1943, p. 90.



11. “Barges”, (Transportation along the Mackenzie River)



(a) Beaver, Outfit 274, no. 1, June 1943, pp. 21-23, illus.



12. “Oil for the Planes of Alaska” (with others)



(a) The Beaver, outfit 274, Sept, 1943, pp. 4-14.



(b) Photos by T. Lloyd.



13. “Oil in the Mackenzie Valley”



(a) Geographical Review, vol. 34, no. 2, April 1944, pp. 275-307, illus., maps.



14. “Arctic Air Transport”



(a) Air Affairs, vol. 1, no. 2, Dec. 1946, pp. 218-232.



Also resume of this article titled “Aviation in the Western Arctic”.



(b) Geographical Review, vol. 37, no. 2, April 1947, pp. 325-26.



15. “Canada's Strategic North”



(a) International Journal, (Toronto), vol. 2, April 1947, pp. 144-149.



16. “The Geographical Bureau”



(a) Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 36, no. 1, January 1948, p. 39.



17. “Geography of the Air”



(a) Yearbook of the Ontario Educational Association, 1948, pp. 35-37.



18. “Aviation in Arctic North America and Greenland”



(a) Polar Record, vol. 5, nos. 35-36, Dec. 1948, pp. 163-171, illus., map.



19. “The Arctic: An expert view of the northern polar regions, new frontier of study and international interest”



(a) Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, vol. 41, no. 7, April 1949, pp. 13-17, 18.



20. “Why Greenland?”



(a) Geographical Magazine, vol. 21, no. 12, April 1949, pp. 470-80, illus.



21. “Over the Horizon”



(a) Canadian Library Association Bulletin, Sept., 1949, pp. 50-51. Basic geographical serial references.



22. “The Northern Sea Route”



(a) Russian Review, vol. 9, no. 2, April 1950, pp. 98-111, map.



23. “Progress in West Greenland”



(a) Journal of Geography, vol. 49, no. 8, Nov. 1950, pp. 319-329, maps, illus. Reprinted in Panorama of Science 1951, Annual Supplement to the Smithsonian Institute Series for 1951.



24. “Beyond the Sunset”



(a) Translation in English of an article published in Greenlandic and Danish in Grønlandsposten, Godthaab, Greenland, March 1952.



25. “Sekernup tarritarfiata ungatâne”



26. “Hinsides Solnedgangen”



(a) Grønlandsposten, Godthaab, Greenland, March 1, 1952, ukiut 92, no. 5, pp. 82-88. “Beyond the Sunset”, translation of the article published in Grønlandsposten.



5 p.



27. “Ivigtut Cryolite and Modern Greenland”



(a) The Canadian Geographer, no. 3, 1953, pp. 39-52, maps, illus., diagr.



28. “Geography - and the Elementary School”



(a) Canadian School Journal, vol. 32, no. 6, Aug-Sept. 1954, pp. 203-204. Yearbook of the Ontario Education Association 1954.



29. “South to the Circle”



(a) Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 50, no. 5, May 1955, pp. 168-175, illus., text map.



30. “Iron Ore Production at Kirkenes, Norway”



(a) Economic Geography, vol. 31, no. 3, July 1955, pp. 211-233, 5 illus., 6 text maps, 2 graphs, 3 tables, 30 refs.



(b) Canadian Geographer, no. 5, 1955, pp. 43-52. Minor changes.



31. “The Norwegian-Soviet Boundary; A Study in Political Geography”



(a) Technical Report: ONR-438-03-01, Department of Geography, Dartmouth College, Feb. 1954, 32 pp., maps, illus.



(b) Norsk Geografisk Tidsskrift, bind 15, hefte 5-6, nr. 1-2, 1955-56, pp. 187-242, illus., maps.



32. “Dr. Frederick A. Cook”



(a) in Dictionary of American Biography, no. 11, supplement 2, New York, 1958, pp. 115-117.



33. “Open Skies in the Arctic”



(a) International Journal, vol. 14, no. 1, Dec. 1958, pp. 42-49. Draft copy



11 pages..



34. “Map of the Distribution of Eskimos and Native Greenlanders in North America” in (1950-51).



(a) Canadian Geographer, no. 13, 1959, pp. 41-42.



35. “Et nyt syn pa det høje nord”



(a) Gronland, no. 2, Feb. 1959, pp. 65-73, illus. Text in Danish. Title: “A New View on the Far North”



36. “The Geographer as Citizen”



(a) The Canadian Geographer, no. 13, 1959, pp. 1-13.



See also Presidential Address. Draft copy 29 pages.



(note errata).



37. “Changing Greenland”



(a) The Beaver, outfit 289, spring 1959, pp. 41-44, illus. Draft copy



10 pages.



38. “Aben himmel i Arctic?”



(a) Grønland, no. 9, Sept, pp. 353-360, map. Translated into Danish by Commander Janus Sørensen. See Open Skies in the Arctic. 1959.



39. “Canada's Northland”



(a) Queen's Quarterly, vol. 66, no. 4, winter 1960, pp. 529-537.



40. “Transportation of Ungava Iron Ore” with David C. Nutt.



(a) The Canadian Geographer, no. 15, 1960, pp. 26-38, maps, illus., tables. See also notes “Transit Harbour in West Greenland”.



41. “Vilhjalmur Stefansson”



(a) Polar Notes, no. 4, 1962, pp. 3-8.



(b) The American Scandinavian Review, vol. 51, no. 4, Dec. 1963, pp. 410-414.



(c) Grønland, no. 6, 1963, pp. 226-30. (Obituary in Danish).



42. “New Perspective on the North”



(a) Foreign Affairs, an American Quarterly Review, vol. 42, no. 2, Jan. 1964, pp. 293-308, map. Draft copy



36 pages.



See also “Pooling Knowledge of the North” in Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Feb. 22, 1964.



43. “A Water Resource Policy for Canada”



(a) Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 73, no. 1, July 1966, pp. 2-17. Also Address to the Annual Meeting of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, Feb. 24, 1966



28 p.



44. “Arctic Canada and Greenland”



(a) Danish Foreign Office Journal, no. 58, Denmark, 1967, pp. 34-37, illus. “Le Canada arctique et le Groenland”, Revue Danoise, no. 30, 1967, pp. 30-33. Texte français par: Pierre Martens.



45. “Go North Young Man”



(a) Board of Trade Journal, Toronto, vol. 58, no. 1, Jan. 1968, pp. 2-9. Note also: “A Giant Comes of Age” editorial on p. 13.



46. “Czechoslovakia 1968: The Impressions of a Geographer”



(a) Canadian Slavonic Papers, vol. 10, no. 4, 1968, pp. 523-32.



47. “The North Today”



(a) In: Sater, B.F., ed. Arctic and Middle North Transportation, Wash., D.C., 1969, pp. 22-30. Preliminary Report of Symposium. See also Address to Symposium on Arctic and Middle North Transportation. Held in Mtl. P.Q. March 5-6, and 7, 1969 in Wash. D.C.



48. “Canada's Arctic in the Age of Ecology”



(a) Fogeign Affairs, an American Quarterly Review, vol. 48, no. 4, July 1970, pp. 726-740, map.



49. “Some International Aspects of Arctic Canada”



(a) International Journal, Canadian Institute of International Affairs, Toronto, vol. 25, no. 4, Autumn 1970, pp. 717-725.



See also “The Canadian Arctic and the Modern World”.



50. “Man and the Environment: Posing the Problem”



(a) Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 84, no. 1, Jan. 1972, pp. 16-23.



51. “Trade Routes in a Frozen River”



(a) The Geographical Magazine, vol. 45, no. 10, July 1973, pp. 710-717, illus., map.



52. “Norway's Middle Way”



(a) Current History, vol. 70, no. 415, April 1976, pp. 159-162.



53. “High Latitude”



(a) Scandinavian Review, vol. 64, no. 4, Dec. 1976, pp. 10-15.



(Special Issue - Case of the Environment in Scandinavia).



Also draft copy: “High Latitude as an Environmental Factor in Scandinavia” March 1976, 8 pages. Also draft copy of “Scandinavia: Europe's Northern Exposure”.



54. “Grøndlandsk-canadiske forhold”



(a) Grønland, Arg. 26, no. 5, 1978, pp. 133-46. (in Danish).



(b) English title: Relations between Canada and Greenland.



55. “Greenland Gains Provincial Home Rule”



(a) Canadian Geographic, vol. 99, no. 1, August-Sept. 1979, pp. 32-37, illus. map. See also: “Canada and Greenland” in Canadian Geographic, vol. 99, no. 3, Dec, 1979/Jan. 1980, p. 75.



56. “Knud Rasmussen and the Arctic Islands Preserve”



(a) Musk-Cx, 25, 1979, pp. 85-90, maps.



See also a copy of the speech.



ARTICLES



1. REPRODUCED FOR LIMITED CIRCULATION



(a) “Scandinavian Report”



Conclusion related to “The Danish Folk High Schools”. 1933, 2 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 34, file 727.



(b) “Northern Canada and World Air Routes”



Dartmouth College, unpublished article, December 29, 1942



7 pages.



(c) “An Analysis of Environmental Factors in the Far North”



Part IV, Access to the Region, 1960-61



8 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 17, file 381-89.



(d) “International Cooperation in Arctic Science and Disarmament”



Abstract of an address, 1969, not published



8 pages.



(e) “C.A.R.C. Statement”



Report prepared for use by The Canadian Arctic Resources Committee, December, 1972



6 pages.



(f) “Greenland-Canada Events in 1940”



Preliminary summary used in preparing a paper for Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies, May 1st, 1982, Vanderbilt University. Draft copy



13 pages.



ABSTRACTS



1. “The Red River Valley of Manitoba: - A Regional Study”



(a) Clark University, Department of Geography, Bulletin. 1940, pp. 3-9. Abstract.



2. “Etudes-types de deux exploitations agricoles dans la vallée de la Rivière-Rouge”



(a) Annales de l'association Canadienne-Française pour l'avancement des sciences, vol. 8, 1942, pp. 127-28.



(b) Abstracts.



3. “La Géographie, une [matière fondamentale] dans les écoles”



(a) Annales de l'Association Canadienne-Française pour l'avancement des Sciences, vol. 8, 1942, p. 126.



(b) Abstracts.



4. “Modern Greenland”



(a) The Geographical Review, vol. 36, no. 3, July 1946, p. 486. Address given March 19, 1946, at the auditorium of the Engineering Societies Building, New York, N.Y.



(b) This is a summary of the address.



5. “West Greenland: Model for Arctic Development”



(a) Annals of the Association of American Geographers, vol. 40, no. 2, June 1950, p. 131. Abstract.



See also draft copy of address.



6. “Recent Changes in Trade and Transport in West Greenland”



(a) The Canadian Geographer, no. 2, 1952, p. 81.



7. “Some Aspects of the Political Geography of Arctic North America”



(a) Annals of the Association of American Geographers, vol. 44, no. 1, March 1954, p. 225. Abstract of the address. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 34, file 715.



8. “Norwegian Collaboration in the Economic Development of Arctic Finland”



(a) Canadian Geographer, no. 6, 1955, p. Abstract.



Also Technical Report, ONR 438-03-03, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Jan. 1956, 11 pages, 3 text maps, mimeographed.



9. “Elementary Textbooks in School Geography-Suggested International Collaboration in their Preparation”



(a) IGC Abstracts of Papers, International Geographical Congress, Stockholm, 1960, pp. 177-178.



10. “Joint Soviet-Norwegian Development of Pasvik Boundary Waters”



(a) International Geographical Congress Abstracts of Papers, 1960, p. 178.



11. “The Cooperative Movement and Danish Agriculture”



(a) Abstract in Annals of the A.A.G., vol. 50, no. 3, Sept. 1960, pp. 332-333. Paper presented at the 56th Annual Meeting of the Assoc. of American Geographers, Dallas, Texas, April 17-21, 1960, lecture notes



23 pages.



ARTICIES IN NEWSPAPERS, ETC.



1. “All Aboard: Homeward Bound”



(a) in The Journal of the R.M.S. Transylvania, 1930, pp. 11-12.



(b) Article regarding the Debating Tour of Canada 1930.



(c) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 20, file 400.



2. “Thunder on the Left at Yosemite”



(a) Report of Institute of Pacific Relations Conference held at Yosemite, California, August 1936. in Manitoba Commonwealth, Oct. 16, 1936. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 20, file 400.



3. “Canada: mainstreet of the air”



(a) Maclean's, vol. 56, no. 13, July 1, 1943, pp. 31-34, 45-48, illus., maps. Draft copy



19 pages.



4. “Hub of the New Air World”



(a) Empire Digest, Toronto, vol. 1, no. 2, Nov. 1943, pp. 16-18.



5. “Touring Arctic Scandinavia”



(a) Lincoln - Mercury Times, (Dearborn, Mich. Ford Motor Co.), vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 28-31, April 1951, illus.



(b) Draft copy



15 pages.



6. “When a Decision has been made that Important things shall be done, they must be done Quickly” by Palle Brandt



(a) Translation of an Interview in Grønlandsposten, ukiut 95-iat, no. 2, Jan. 27, 1955, pp. 6-7.



(b) Article in Danish and Greenlandic.



7. “are Things Changing Too Quickly or Too Slowly?”



(a) Translation of an Editorial in Grønlandsposten, ukiut 95-iat, no. 2, Jan. 27, 1955, p. 11.



(b) Original article in Greenlandic and Danish.



8. “Pingârtunik pilersitsiniaraine pinasuartariakarpok” by Palle Brandt



(a) Atuagadliutit Grønlandsposten, ukiut 95-iat, no. 2, Jan. 27, 1955, p. 6. (in Greenlandic).



See also English translation “When a Decision has been made that Important things shall be done, they must be done Quickly”. See also in Danish.



9. “Har man besluttet, at vigtige ting skal ske, maa det gaa hurtigt” by Palle Brandt in Danish).



(a) Atuagagdliutit Grønlandsposten, ukiut 95-iat no. 2, Jan. 27, 1955, p. 7. See also translation in English “When a Decision has been made that Important things shall be done, they must be done Quickly”. Also in Greenlandic.



10. “Sukavatdlârpa kigaipatdlârpalunit?”



(a) Atuagagdliutit Grønlandsposten, ukiut 95-iat, no. 2, Jan. 27, 1955, p. 11, (in Greenlandic).



See also English translation “Are things Changing too Quickly or too Slowly?”. See also in Danish.



11. “Gar det for hurtigt eller for langsomt?” (in Danish).



(a) Atuagagdliutit Grønlandsposten, ukiut 95-iat, no. 2, Jan. 27, 1955, p. 11. See also English translation “Are things Changing too Quickly or too Slowly?”.



See also in Greenlandic.



12. “Norway Plays Role in Western Strategy”



(a) The Cadet, Dartmouth College, May 14, 1956, p. 3.



13. “A New Frontier in the Far North”



(a) Secondary School Letter, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Feb. 1958, pp. 5-8.



14. “Expanding Industry in Newly Tamed North”



(a) London Times, supplement on Canada, Nov. 24, 1958, p. ix.



Also draft copy.



15. “The Opinion of a Canadian Scientist on Geography in Canada and the U.S.S.R.” by V.R. Kovalevsky



(a) Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, 1961, pp. 48-51. Translated to English by R.M. Bone.



See also article in Russian, see also “Comment” in The Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1961, p.51.



16. “Comment”



(a) The Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1961, p. 51. Comment following the article “The Opinion of a Canadian Scientist on Geography in Canada and the U.S.S.R.” in Can. Geo., pp. 48-51.



17. “A Canadian Scholar's Views on Geography in Canada and the U.S.S.R.” by V.P. Kovalevskiy



(a) From: Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Seriya geograficheskaya, 1960, no. 3, pp. 135-37. Also: “The Opinion of a Canadian Scientist on Geography in Canada and the U.S.S.R.”, in Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, 1961, pp. 48-51.



18. “Vzglyady Kanadskogo Uchenogo Na Geografiyu v Kanade i SSSR” by V.P. Kovalevskiy



(a) Izvestiya Akademii Nauk SSSR, seriya geograficheskaya, no. 3, 1960, pp. 135-37. See also “The Opinion of a Canadian Scientist on Geography in Canada and the U.S.S.R.”



(b) Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, 1961, p. 48-51.



19. “Stefansson: The Search for the Arctic”



(a) Canada Month, November 1962, pp. 28-29.



20. “Wheat: Why Russians Bought 6,000,000 Tons from Canada”



(a) Canada Month, vol. 4, no. 5, May 1964, pp. 10-14.



(b) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 28, file 529.



21. “Canada: A Lesson in Geography”



(a) International Nickel Company Magazine, Centenial, special issue, no. 1, 1967, pp. 2-7.



22. “The Far North in the 20th Century”



(a) [UNK] News: A Regional Newsletter for New England, the Atlantic Provinces and Quebec, vol. 1, no. 4, August 1970. [UNK] Centre, University of Maine, Orono.



5 pages.



23. “Recent Developments in the Canadian Northlands”



(a) Canadian Academic News, Academic Relations Section, Canada High Commission, Canada House, [UNK] Series no. 2, Nov. 1978,



15 pages.



PUBLISHED NOTES, REPORTS, LETTERS TO THE EDITOR IN JOURNAIS



1. “Report of the Student Commission 1932-1933”



(a) The University of Manitoba Student's Union Report.



(b) Trevor Lloyd Chairman of the Commission.



30 pages.



(c) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 21, file 404.



2. “Canadas Eskimoer Lytter til Grønlands Radio”



3. “Canada's Eskimos listen to Greenland's Radio”



(a) Grønlandsposten, Aarg. 4, no. 8, 1945, pp. 90-91.



4. “Aviation in the Western Arctic”



(a) Geographical Review, vol. 37, no. 2, April 1947, pp. 325-326. Resume of the article “Arctic Air Transport” in Air Affairs, vol. 1, no. 2, Dec. 1946, pp. 218-232.



5. “New Vessels for Ice Navigation in Canada”



(a) Arctic, vol. 1, no. 2, Autumn 1948, p. 3, illus. diagr.



6. “Canadian Geographers”



(a) Letter to Editor of London Times, regarding United Kingdom geographers as teachers in Canadian Universities. 1950, 1 page. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 32, file 672.



7. “Changes in Greenland's Defences”



(a) International Journal, vol. 6, no. 4, Autumn 1951, pp. 341-342. Letter to the Editor.



8. “Peatland Farming in Finland”



(a) Geographical Review, vol. 41, Oct. 1951, pp. 667-668.



9. “Elections in Greenland” with N.C. Christensen.



(a) Arctic Circular, vol. 4, no. 6, 1951, pp. 83-85.



(b) Arctic, vol. 5, no. 1, 1952, pp. 58-59.



10. “Discovery of Russian hydrographic bottles and barges off west Greenland”



(a) Arctic, vol. 5, no. 2, July 1952, pp. 129-30.



11. “Meddelelser om Den Grønlandske Kirkesag”



(a) Arctic, vol. 5, no. 3, Oct. 1952, pp. 195-96.



12. “Hammerfest Meridian Monument”



(a) Geographical Review, vol. 44, no. 3, July 1954, pp. 411-414, illus.



13. “Scientific Principles of Soviet Geography as Interpreted by a Canadian Geographer” by I.P. Gerassimov.



(a) Introduction by Trevor Lloyd.



(b) Revue Canadienne de Géographie, vol. 12, no. 1-2, 1958, p. 7.



14. “Comment”



(a) The Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1961, p. 51



(b) Comment following the article “The Opinion of a Canadian Scientist on Geography in Canada and the U.S.S.R.” in Canadian Geographer, pp. 48-51.



15. “The Canadian Association of Geographers at Laval, 1963”



(a) Cahiers de Géographie du Québec, no. 15, Oct. 1963-Mars 1964, pp. 101-102.



16. “McGill University Field Research in New Quebec”



(a) Quebec Year Book, 1964-1965, pp. 1-4.



17. “Letters to the Editor; The Polar Passion”



(a) in The New York Times Book Review, March, 24, 1968, p. 34.



(b) Reply regarding R.W. Gibbons comments on “The Polar Passion”. See also the book review of “The Polar Passion” by Trevor Lloyd. P.A.C. MG30, B 97, vol. 34, file 729.



18. “The Centre for Northern Studies and Research, McGill University, Montreal”



(a) Environmental Conservation, vol. 1, no. 4, p. 294, 1974.



19. “Philip A. Chester (1896-1976)”



(a) Arctic, vol. 29, no. 4, Dec. 1976, p. 249. Obituary of former head of Hudson's Bay Comp. in North America.



20. “G.R. Parkin (1896-1977)”



(a) Arctic, vol. 30, no. 4, Dec. 1977, p. 253. Obituary of founding member of Arctic Institute of N.A.



21. “Canada and Greenland”



(a) Canadian Geographic, vol. 99, no. 3, Dec. 1979/Jan. 1980, p. 75. Letter by T. Lloyd to the Editor about the article “Greenland Gains Provincial Home Rule” in Canadian Geographic, Aug/Sept. 1979.



TRANSLATIONS



1. “The Native Greenlander - A Blending of Old and New” by Aage Bugge



(a) Arctic, vol. 5, no. 1, March 1952, pp. 45-53, illus.



(b) Translation from Danish and introduction by Trevor Lloyd.



2. The Use of Greenlandic and Danish in Greenland Schools 1950-1978. by Bent Gynther, Trevor Lloyd ed.



(a) Translated from from Danish by Aase Segal and Trevor Lloyd.



(b) Occasional Publications no. 5, Ottawa: A.C.U.N.S., 1980, 46 pages and appendices.



BOOK REVIEWS



1. [UNK] Discovers Alaska by Joseph [UNK]. Book review in Far Eastern [UNK], vol. 12, no. 1, Jan. 11, 1943, p. 106.



2. Here is Alaska by [UNK] Stefansson. Book review in Far Eastern Survey, vol. 12, no. 11, May 31, 1943, p. 116.



3. Alaska Diary by Ales [UNK]. Book review in Far Eastern Survey, September 8, 1943, p. 184.



4. The First Scientific [UNK] of Russian America and the Purchase of Alaska by James Alton James. Book review in Geographical Review, vol. 33, no. 4, Oct. 1943, pp. 685-86.



5. Sleeping Island by P.G. [UNK]. Book review in Geographical Review, vol. 34, no. 2, April 1944, pp. 339-340.



6. The U.S.-Canadian Northwest by Benjamin H. Kizer. Book review in Beaver, Cutfit 275, June 1944, in Far Eastern Survey, April 19, 1944, pp. 73-74, in Pacific Affairs, vol. 17, no. 3, Sept. 1944, pp. 361-62.



7. Alaska and the Canadian Northwest by Harold Griffin. Book review in Pacific Affairs, vol. 17, no. 3, Sept. 1944, pp. 361-62, in double book review with The U.S.-Canadian Northwest.



8. Canada's New Northwest by North Pacific Planning Project. Book review in [UNK], vol. 1, no. 2, Autumn 1948, pp. 126-27.



9. No Pathway Here by John H. Marsh. Book review in [UNK], vol. 1, no. 2, Autumn 1948, pp. 129-30.



10. To the [UNK] by Jeannette Mirsky. Book review in [UNK], vol. 1, no. 2, Autumn 1948, pp. 130-131, in Journal of [UNK], vol. 49, no. 3, March 1950, pp. 131-132.



11. New Compass of the World edited by Hans W. Weigert, Vilhjalmur Stefansson and Richard [UNK] Harrison. Book review in [UNK], vol. 4, no. 1, May 1951, pp. 65-66.



12. The [UNK] Economy of New England by John Donald Black. Book review in Journal of Geography, vol. 50, no. 6, Sept. 1951, pp. 261-62



13. The [UNK] States and Finland by Royal Institute of International Affairs. Book review in [UNK], vol. 5, no. 3, Oct. 1952, pp. 183-189.



14. The Face of the Arctic by Richard Harrington. Book review in The New York Times, Nov. 30, 1952, p. 7.



15. Fourteen Men by Arthur Scholes. Book review in Journal of Geography, vol. 52, no. 6, Sept. 1953, p. 263.



16. Vagrant Viking by Peter Freucher. Book review in The New York Times, Nov. 1, 1953, p. 3.



17. North by Kaare Rodahl. Book review in Arctic, vol. 6, no. 4, Dec. 1953, pp. 273-274, in The New York Times, Sept. 6, 1953.



18. Arctic Bibliography by A.I.N.A. and Dept. of National Defense, Washington, D.C.. Book review in Geographical Review, vol. 44, no. 2, April 1954, pp. 322-23, in The Scientific Monthly, vol. 79, no. 2, August 1954, p. 131.



19. The Way of the Four Winds by Yrjo Kokko. Book review in The New York Times, June 20, 1954, p. 3.



20. [UNK] [UNK] [UNK] and the Seafaring Frontier by Jeannette Mirsky. Book review in The New York Times, June 27, 1954, p. 22.



21. Where the High [UNK] [UNK] by [UNK] D. Campbell. Book review in Journal of [UNK], vol. 53, no. 6, Sept. 1954, p. 266.



22. Ice [UNK] and Flamin Water by Peter Freuchen. Book review in The New York Times, Oct. 24, 1954, p. 32.



23. The White [UNK] by John [UNK]. Book review in The New York Times, Jan. 30, 1955, p. 6, in The American Scandinavian Review, Summer 1955, p. 205, in Journal of Geography, vol. 54, no. 7, Oct. 1955, p. 365.



24. Arctic [UNK] by Joseph P. Moody. Book review in The New York Times, June 26, 1955, pp. 6-7, and European Edition, New York Times.



25. The [UNK] Continent by William H. Kearns and [UNK] Britton. Book review in The New York Times, Sept. 25, 1955, p. 35.



26. [UNK] of the Northlands by [UNK] Kimble and D. Good. Book review in Science, vol. 122, no. 3176, Nov. 11, 1955, p. 930.



27. North of 55' by [UNK] [UNK] ed.. Book review in Arctic, vol. 8, no. 1, 1955, pp. 68-69.



28. The Knife by Theon Wright. Book review in The New York Times, Nov. 27, 1955, p. 49.



29. The Mysterious North by Pierre Berton. Double book review with The Antarctic Challenged by Lord Mountevans in The New York Times, Feb. 26, 1956, p. 7.



30. The Antarctic Challenged by Lord Mountevans. Book review in The New York Times, Feb. 26, 1956, p. 7, in Natural History Magazine, vol. 65, no. 3, March 1956, p. 117, in The Journal of Geography, vol. 56, no. 2, Feb. 1957, pp. 88-89.



31. Land of the Long Day by Doug Wilkinson. Book review in The New York Times, May 13, 1956, p. 4.



32. Arctic Wilderness by Robert Marshall. Book review in The New York Times, book review - Supplement, July 1, 1956, p. 5.



33. Journey from the Arctic by D.C. Brown. Book review in The New York Times, August 12, 1956, p. 10.



34. Archibald The Arctic by Archibald Lang Fleming. Book review in The New York Times, Oct. 14, 1956, p. 3.



35. Quest for a [UNK] by Walter Sullivan. Book review in The New York Times, Feb. 24, 1957, p. 3.



36. [UNK] [UNK] by Lieut. [UNK]. Jack [UNK], [UNK]. Book review in The New York Times, Nov. 17, 1957, p. 12.



37. [UNK] of the North by Clifford Wilson ed.. Book review in Arctic, vol. 10, no. 3, 1957, p. 184.



38. The Thousand Years [UNK] Against Ice and Fire by Sigurdur [UNK]. Book review in Geographical Review, vol. 48, no. 1, 1958, pp. 146-148.



39. 90' South by Paul [UNK]. Book review in The New York Times, Nov. 8, 1959, p. 3.



40. The [UNK] [UNK] in their Relation to Human Affairs by Iaurence [UNK]. [UNK]. Book review in Arctic, vol. 12, no. 2, 1959, pp. 113-15.



41. The Coast [UNK] of Norway by Robert [UNK]. Book review in [UNK] Review, vol. 49, no. 4, 1959, pp. 570-572. Also draft copy of “Changes in the Ecological and Economic Bases in a Coast [UNK] District”.



6 pages.



42. Antarctica; The Story of a Continent by Frank Debenham. Book review in The New York Times Book Review, Feb. 26, 1961, p. 40, in The Canadian Geographer, vol. 5, no. 1, Spring 1961, pp. 56-57.



43. Norway North of 65' by Ørnulv Vorren ed.. Book review in Science, vol. 136, May 11, 1962, p. 512.



44. Politics and Geographic Relationships by W.A. Douglas Jackson.



(a) Book review in Science, vol. 143, March 6, 1964, pp. 1025-26.



45. Ice Island by Tim Weeks and Ramona Maher. Book review in Journal of Geography, vol. 64, no. 8, Nov. 1965, pp. 382-84.



46. The Arctic Frontier by R. St. J. MacDonald, ed.. Book review in Geographical Review, vol. 57, 1967, pp. 589-591.



47. The Greenland Ice Cap by Borge Fristrup. Double book review with The Polar Passion by Farley Mowat, in The New York Times Book Review, Feb. 11, 1968, pp. 6-7.



48. The Polar Passion by Farley Mowat. Double book review with The Greenland Ice Cap by Borge Fristrup in The New York Times Book Review, Feb. 11, 1968, pp. 6-7.



49. Danish Greenland by Henry Rink. Double book review with Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo by Henry Rink, in Arctic, vol. 30, no. 1, 1977, pp. 65-66.



50. Tales and Traditions of the Eskimo by Henry Rink. Double book review with Danish Greenland by Henry Rink, in Arctic, vol. 30, no. 1, 1977, pp. 65-66.



51. The Circumpolar North by T. Armstrong, G. [UNK], G. Rowley.



(a) [UNK] review in Polar Record, vol. 19, no. 123, Sept. 1979, pp. 626-27.



52. Great Norwegian Expeditions by Thor Heyerdahl, S. Richter and H. J. Riiser Larsen. Olso Dreyers Forlag, New York 1956. Book review, 2 pages. P.A.C. MC 30, B 97, vol. 31, file 633.



53. “Letters to the Editor; The Polar Passion”



(a) in The New York Times Book Review, March 24, 1968, p. 34. Reply regarding R.W. Gibbons comments on “The Polar Passion”. See also the book review of The Polar passion by T. Lloyd.



ADDRESSES



1. PUBLISHED IN FULL



(a) “The Norwegian-Soviet Boundary in Lapland”



Proceedings from 8th General Assembly - 17th Congress, International Geographical Union, Washington, D.C., 1952, published 1956, pp. 533-538.



(b) “The Future Colonization of Northern Canada”



Canadian Population and Northern Colonization, Symposium presented to the Royal Society of Canada in 1961.



Also in V.W. Bladen ed., Canadian Population and Northern Colonization, University of Toronto Press. 1961, pp. 148-58.



(c) “Northern Research; Review and Forecast”



Resources for Tomorrow, Conference Background Papers, vol. 1, July 1961, pp. 607-622. Conference, Montreal, Oct. 23-28, 1961. Also draft copy 30 pages.



(d) “The Influence of Permafrost on Northern Development”



Presented at the First Canadian Conference on Permafrost, April 17-18, 1962, Proceedings, Ottawa 1963, pp. 1-17, illus.



Technical Memorendum no. 76, Nat'l Ress. Counc. Can. Assoc. Comm. Soil and Snow Mech., Jan. 1963.



(e) “Northern Research”



Read at The Third National Northern Development Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Oct. 21, 1964, 15 pages. Also printed in the Proceedings of the Conference, pp. 34-39.



(f) “A Water Resource Policy for Canada”



Address to the Annual Meeting of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, Ottawa, Feb. 24, 1966



28 pages.



Also Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 73, no. 1, July 1966, pp. 2-17.



(g) “Current Emphasis on Northern Research”



in Proceedings of the First National Northern Research Conference, Oct. 30 and 31, 1967, Saskatoon, pp. 84-87.



(h) “Environment Requirements”



Proceedings of the Fourth National Northern Development Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Nov. 1-3, 1967, pp. 137-142.



(i) “Introductory Remarks The Arctic Institute of North America and Northern Development”



Opening Address to “Community Development in the Middle North” Conference, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Feb./March 1969, Report, Appendix A, pp. A1-A4.



(j) “The North Today”



Address to Symposium on Arctic and Middle North Transportation, March 6, 1969. See also “The North Today”, Preliminary Report of Symposium on Arctic and Middle North Transportation, A.I.N.A., March 5-7, 1969, pp. 22-30.



And in B.F. Sater, ed., Arctic and Middle North Transportation, Wash., D.C. 1969, pp. 22-30.



(k) “Research and the Changing Northland”



in Special Libraries, vol. 61, no. 1, Jan. 1970, pp. 1-8.



Also Address to Annual Conference of Special Libraries Association, Montreal, June 4, 1969, 14 pages.



(l) “The Development of the North American Arctic and the Future of Eskimo Society”



Fourth International Congress “Arctic Development and the Future of Eskimo Societies”, Report no. 21, at Le Havre et Rouen, 24-27 Nov., 1969



16 pages.



See also same title in Jean Malaurie ed. Le Peuple Esquimau Aujourd'hui et Demain, Paris 1973, pp. 51-62.



(m) “Environmental Influences”



Opening Address to the Fifth National Northern Development Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Nov. 4-6, 1970



17 pages.



Also in the Proceedings of the Conference, pp. 19-23.



(n) “The Canadian Arctic and the Modern World”



For Canadian Institute of International Affairs. Rewrite of an article published in International Journal, Autumn 1970, for use in a High School Journal, 9 pages. An edited version of the above article also appeared in a C.I.I.A. publications for use in High Schools.



(o) “Canadian Policies in the North”



Symposium address to International Geographical Congress in Montreal, 1972, 9p. Also in W.C. Wonders ed., The Arctic Circle, Ontario 1976, pp. 35-48.



P.A.C. Mg 30, B 97, vol. 25, file 479.



(p) “Reflections of a “Minister-Watcher”: Introducing Mr. Chrétien”



in Arctic Alternatives, A National Workshop on People, Resources and the Environment North of '60, Ottawa, Carleton University, 1972, pp. 25-26, D.H. Pimlott and others editors. C.A.R.C., 1973.



(q) “Address to the Canadian Arctic Resources Committee”



The First National Workshop, Carleton University, Dec. 1972.



Introductory remarks: 4 pages, CARC Statement: 6 pages.



(r) “Economic Development and the Geography of the North”



Summary of a presentation for a Conference-Workshop on Building in Northern Communities, held at University of Montreal, May 7-11, 1973, in Man in the North Technical Paper, A.I.N.A. Report of the Conference, pp. 4-6.



Including notes on “Economic Development”



5 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 23, file 442.



(s) “Retrospect-Development in Universities”



Address to the Fifth Canadian Universities Northern Science (Training) Conference, Schefferville, April 27, 1974.



Published in Proceedings, J.B. Bird ed. McGill Sub-Arctic Research Paper No. 27, Jan. 1975, pp. 39-41.



(t) “Northern Population - Comments and Reminiscences”



in Proceedings Northern Population Workshop II, Johan Sarrazin ed., Committee on Northern Population Research, Montreal, pp. 179-186. Speech, December 1979.



(u) “Canada and the Circumpolar World Comparisons and Challenges”



Symposium on “A Century of Canada's Arctic Islands 1880-1980”, Yellowknife, N.W.T., Aug. 11-13, 1980



13 p.



Also in Zaslow, Morris, ed. A Century of Canada's Arctic Islands 1880-1980, book from a symposium held in Yellowknife in Aug. 1980, by Royal Society of Canada, pp. 309-318.



2. REPRODUCED FOR LIMITED CIRCULATION



(a) “Some Aspects of the Political Geography of Arctic North America”



Address delivered at the 50th Anniversary Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, April 12, 1954, 14 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B97, vol. 34, file 715.



(b) “Contribution to a Discussion on Financing of Social Science Research in Canada”



Address to the Canadian Social Science Research Council, Charlottetown, May 1964



6 pages.



(c) “International Scientific Collaboration in the Arctic”



Vice presidential Address to American Association for the Advancement of Science, Berkely, California, Dec. 27, 1965



26 pages.



(d) “The Developing North in its International Context”



Proceedings of Arctic Institute Conference at Wingspread, Wisconsin, Feb. 1966, 26 pages, maps.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 18, file 381-115.



(e) “Tenth National Congress of Geography and the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Geographical Society of Poland”



Message of Greetings from the Canadian Association of Geographers. Warsaw, Poland, Sept. 19, 1968



2 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 8, file 188.



(f) “The Changing Arctic in the Modern World”



Address to several branches of the association of Canadian Clubs, 1970, 12 pages. See also “Canada's Last Frontier”, Address to the Congress of Canadian Engineering Students, Feb. 1970. Same text except for the Introduction and Conclusion.



(g) “Canada's Last Frontier”



Opening Address to the Congress of Canadian Engineering Students, Laval University, Feb. 20, 1970



13 pages.



See also “The Changing Arctic in the Modern World”, Address to the Assoc. of Canadian Clubs, 1970.



Texts are similar.



(h) “Greenland - The Background”



Part of a staff seminar talk at Churchill, Government of N.W.T., Dec. 1970, 12 pages. This statement led to Commissioner S. Hodgson making arrangements with Greenland for systematic staff exchanges.



(i) “Canada: A Northern Land”



Convocation Address at University of Windsor, May 26, 1973



9 pages.



(j) “Greenland - Canada Relations”



Symposium in Honour of Professor Bogdan Zaborski's retirement from Concordia University, Feb. 18, 1975



18 pages.



(k) “Universities and the Arctic”



Address at Arctic Symposium Ontario Science Centre, Oct. 15, 1978.



(l) “Canada in the Northern Rim”



Seminar held at A Canadian-American Seminar, Nov. 16-17, 1978. Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies.



6 pages.



(m) “Address to the Royal Society of Canada”



Dinner Meeting, April 6, 1979. Including slides



8 pages.



(n) “Contemporary Developments in Northwest Canada and adjacent areas of Alaska”



XlV Pacific Science Congress, Khabarovsk, U.S.S.R., August 1979. Complete copy 12 p., abstract 3 pages.



(o) “The Development and Transmission of Oil and Natural Gas from Northwestern Canada”



Association of Canadian Universities for Northern Studies, Ottawa, Canada. XlV Pacific Science Congress, Khabarovsk, August 1979



3 pages.



(p) “Knud Rasmussen and the Fifth Thule Expedition”



Reading copy of a presentation for the Unveiling of Commemorative Plaques, Ottawa, November 15, 1979. 6 pages. Was published in The Musk-Ox, no. 25, 1979, pp. 85-90.



(q) “International Debating”



Speeches on pacifisim and the League of Nations. 1931, 7 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



(r) “Now is the Time”



Notes of an address to Westminster Young Men's Clubs, April 1932, 7 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



(s) “War in the World”



Address to the League of Nations Society, Winnipeg, Nov. 1933, 25 pages. Regarding the Armament Industry.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



(t) “The Social Responsibilities of Youth”



Speech to students. 1935, 15 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



(u) “Youth and Peace”



Address over radio station C.K.Y., Sunday. April 25th, 1937, 6 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



(v) “Address to C.I.I.A. Winnipeg Branch”



Meeting of Study Group on British Foreign Policy, topics “The Labour Party Viewpoint”, March 8, 1938.



29 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



(w) “Geography Teaching in Canada”



Background for discussion among geography teachers. Jan. 15, 1941. Newly founded Geography Teachers Club in Winnipeg. 7 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 24, file 459.



(x) “War Aims and Peace Plans”



Booklet for Canadian Legion War Services. Prepared at the request of J.E. Robbins. Nov. 1941, draft copy



30 p.



(y) “Practical Geography in the Elementary Grades”



Manuscript. Typescript of an Address given in Manitoba Educational Association, Winnipeg, Oct. 1942



11 pages.



(z) “Greenland”



Address, Graduate School Seminar, Clark University, Nov. 29, 1945



5 pages.



(aa) “Trans-Canada Trip”



Address to C.I.I.A. branches on the Arctic 1946-47.



Including notes for speech in Winnipeg



18 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 40, file 822.



(ab) “The Polar Regions in the Modern World”



Dartmouth College Public Lecture, June 1947



20 pages.



Also given at Smith College, Mass., and elsewhere.



May also have been a manuscript for an article in 1948.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 34, file 712.



(ac) “Transport and Travel in West Greenland”



Draft copy of an Address. 1948



11 pages.



(ad) “Geography in Canada 20 years ago-1928”



Handwritten notes, 1948, 16 pages. This record the evolution of geography in Canada, up to the founding of the Geographical Bureau in Ottawa by Trevor Lloyd, 1947.



(ae) “west Greenland - Model for Arctic Development”



Address to the 46th Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Clark Univ., Worcester, Mass., April 5-8, 1950. Draft copy 11 p. See also the abstract.



(af) “Memorandum on book manuscript by F.J. Pohl”



Notes and memo on F.J. Pohl, ed. Cook, Frederick Albert, 1865-1940, Return from the Pole, 1951



7 pages.



Prepared at request of a publisher considering the manuscript typescript.



(ag) “Recent Changes in Trade and Transport in West Greenland”



Abstract of paper given at the 2nd Annual meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. Abstract in Canadian Geographer, no. 2, 1952, p. 81.



(ah) “Geography in the Schools”



Text of Lecture, 1953's



12 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 24, file 457.



(ai) “Geography - and the Elementary School”



Address to the Elementary School Department of the O.E.A., Toronto, April 20, 1954



13 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 23, file 452.



(aj) “Danish Native Policies in Greenland”



Notes of an address. Contribution to a conference on Native Administration in North America, Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., Jan. 1955, 10 pages. Unpublished.



(ak) “The Changing Economy of Greenland”



Address presented at the 41st Annual Meeting of the National Council of Geography Teachers, Indianapolis, Indiana, Nov. 24, 1955. Some parts read at Arctic Symposium at the American Anthropologists Association, Detroit, Michigan, Dec. 1954



7 pages.



(al) “search for Iron Ore Harbour”



Address to Dartmouth Geography Club. Dec. 11, 1956



5 pages.



(am) “Geopolitical Theories and the World Power System”



Address to U.S. Air College, Montgomery, Alabama, Sept. 1959



22 pages.



(an) “Lecture on the Occasion of Dr. Vilhjalmur Stefansson's 80th Birthday”



Introduction by Prof. T. Lloyd, Dartmouth College Lecture Series, Nov. 3, 1959.



3 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 1, file 14.



(ao) “human Society in the Arctic Today”



Address to a Conference on Man Living in the Arctic, Natick, Mass. U.S.A., Dec. 2, 1960



18 pages.



(ap) “The Place of Geography in the School System”



Address given to the Senior Geography Section of the Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers of Quebec, Oct. 10, 1963, 10 pages. Also address given in Edmonton, Feb. 11, 1965. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 28, file 527.



(aq) “The Changing Soviet Union”



Address given at Stanstead Opera House, Stanstead, Quebec, Jan. 1964. Mimeographed copy, 6 pages, draft copy 12 pages. Also used as an Address to the St.James Literary Society, Montreal. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 11, file 294.



(ar) “Geography and the Social Studies”



Address to Canadian Association for the Social Studies, Montreal, April 3, 1964



26 pages.



(as) “Notes for a Discussion on Forms of Government for Northern Canada”



Held at the Canadian Political Science Association Conference, Sherbrooke, June 9, 1966



7 pages.



(at) “In Response to Wales and Saint David Toast”



65th Annual St. David's Day Celebrations, Windsor Hotel, Montreal, March 1, 1968.



(au) “The Arctic Institute of North America as a Regional Research Institute”



Address to: Consultation on Canadian Plains Research, University of Saskatchewan, Regina, May 1-3, 1969, 14 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 37, file 782.



(av) “Transportation and the Development of Northermost Europe”



Address to the Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Toronto, May 5-7, 1969



14 pages.



(aw) “Arctic Institute of North America, Montreal”



Introductory remarks before the Senate Special Committee on Science Policy, June 12, 1969



7 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 18, file 381-108.



(ax) “The Canadian Arctic in the Modern World”



Address to the Society of Chemical Industry. Montreal, Sept. 1969, Manuscript, 11 pages. See also article “Some International Aspects of Arctic Canada”



(ay) “The Canadian Arctic in the Modern World; Domestic and International Implications”



Canadian Political Science Association, 196?



27 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 25, file 479.



(az) “northern Communications Conference”



Introduction by the chairman T. Lloyd. Yellowknife, N.W.T., Sept. 9-10, 1970



5 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 34, file 697.



(ba) “Our Neighbours Beyond the North Pole”



Address to Ottawa Men's Canadian Club, Feb. 16, 1978, 10 pages. Similar texts were used in Addresses across Canada, from Halifax to Victoria, in 1976,77,78.



(bb) “Northern Studies”



Short address given to the Academy II Royal Society of Canada Annual Meeting. June 1978



6 pages.



When T. Lloyd became a F.R.S.C.



(bc) “Science and the North Polar Basin”



Speech given at an Address to the Royal Society of Canada at a diner Meeting, Ottawa, March 24, 1980, illustrated with slides. Notes 11 pages. Also given to the University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon and the University of Calgary.



(bd) “Siberia and the Soviet Far East”



Speaking Notes of a Lecture given to the Musk-OX Circle at University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon and University of Calgary in 1980



6 pages.



(be) “Research and the Circumpolar North; one Canadian Viewpoint”



Address to Fridtjof Nansen Institute. Oslo, Norway, May 18, 1981. Full text 13 pages, speaking notes 12 p.



(bf) “Canadian - Scandinavian Relations”



Address to Canadian Nordic Society, Ottawa, Dec. 1981, 15 pages. Also appendix of amended conclusion for Banquet speech to First Meeting of Canadian Society for Scandinavian Studies, Ottawa, May 1982, 3 pages.



(bg) “Greenland on its Own - April 1940”



Speech at “Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies 72nd Annual Meeting”, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, May 1, 1982



14 pages.



(bh) “A Canadian Looks at the Soviet North”



Address to the Quebec Association of Geography Teachers Annual Conference at McCill University. Montreal June 28, 1982



6 pages.



3. NOTES ONLY



(a) “The Place of Geography in the School”



Notes for an address to an Annual Education Conference in the mid-1930's.



(b) “Student Travel Abroad”



Notes on Lectures regarding the itinerary of a trip. University of Rochester, New York, July 1939



11 pages.



P.A.C. Mg 30, B97, vol. 38, file 810.



(c) “Northwest Passage by Land”



Lecture to the Scientific Club of Dartmouth College, March 17, 1943, 5 pages, illustrated with maps and colour slides. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 34, file 709.



(d) “The Canadian Eastern Arctic”



Outline of a book on Arctic North America, that was planned but the C.I.I.A. Study took its place. Oct. 27, 1943, including appendix and maps



4 pages.



(e) “Geography of the Air”



Notes for Speech at Dartmouth College, July 3rd and 17th, 1946, Hanover, N.H.



16 cards.



(f) “Address at the Ottawa Conference of Canadian Library Association”



About the proposed New Atlas of Canada, 1948.



Handwritten notes



1 page.



(g) “Evolution of Geography in Canada up to the founding of the Geographical Bureau, Ottawa 1947-48”



Notes of an address, Montreal 1949. Handwritten copy



19 pages.



(h) “Modern Greenland”



Draft for paper, 1956. Basic speeches on same subject.



6 pages.



(i) “Saint David's Day”



Address given on St. David's Celebration Banquet, Windsor Hotel, Montreal, Feb. 26, 1960. Handwritten notes. Draft 12 p., full text 6 p. notes 9 p.



(j) “Soviet Union Today”



Speech presented at C.O.T.C., March 14, 21, 1960, with slides. Handwritten notes



7 pages.



(k) “The Teaching of Geography in U.S.S.R. Elementary Schools”



96th Annual Convention of Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers of Quebec, Oct. 6-7, 1960.



Handwritten notes.



(l) “Practical Aids to the Teaching of Geography”



Address to Provincial Association of Protestant Teachers of Quebec, Oct. 12, 1963



6 pages.



(m) “Designing a Geography Department”



Notes for a lecture, 1965, 17 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 23, file 439.



(n) “Quebec Speech”



Notes for speech given at Stockholm, 1967



4 pages.



P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 809.



(o) “A View of Canada”



Notes for a Speech at Stockholm School of Economics, Feb. 9, 1967, 15 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 805.



(p) “Human Geography”



Speech Notes. Allan Memorial, McGill University, Nov. 9, 1967, 8 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 25, file 473.



(q) “Human Resources in the North”



Panel talk at Saskatoon Conference Canadian and International Development in Arctic, March 5-6, 1971



3 pages.



Also “Canadian North in the Modern World”, 5 pages.



(r) “Canada's North - A National Concern”



Notes for an Address to Canadian Forces College, Toronto, April 24, 1972



12 pages.



(s) “Canada: Yesterday: Today and Tomorrow?”



Notes for an Address to ICWA (Institute of Current World Affairs) annual Dinner at Harvard Club of New York City, Nov. 10, 1972, 8 pages, guest list.



(t) “Academic and Administrative Relations in Universities”



McGill Senior Management Seminar, Montebello, April 12, 1973. Handwritten notes



12 pages.



(u) “The Changing North in Greenland and the Soviet Union”



Address given to the Canadian Institute of International Affairs Study Conference. Toronto, April 14, 1972.



Notes and slides were used but are not available.



(v) “Nordkalotten: The U.S.S.R. - Scandinavian Boundary Region Today”



Lecture presented to the Musk-Ox Circle, Tuesday, Nov. 2, 1976, Saskatoon. Lecture notes and Announcement.



(w) “Canadian Club Tour”



Address about U.S.S.R. presented in; Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, Regina, Moose Jaw, Prince Albert, Edmonton, Calgary, Medecine Hat, Victoria, Brantford, March 13-26, 1977, 37 pages of notes. Also in Eastern Canada.



(x) “Oil and Gas Alternatives in Northern Canada”



Notes on an address to Investment Specialists, Toronto, March 29, 1977. Handwritten, 21 pages. This included a forecast that the Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline would not be built.



(y) “Churchill and the World”



Banquet address to the town and conference of A.C.U.N.S. Churchill, Manitoba, April 1977. Handwritten copy



9 p.



(z) “Geography and Arctic Defence”



Address in oslo, Norway, May 19, 1981, Department of National Defence, (with slides). Notes



6 cards and 8 p.



MEDIA MATERIAIS



1. “Men of the Future”



(a) Speech broadcast for election campain of Stanley Knowles. 1935, 6 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 42, file 840.



2. “The Eighteenth Assembly of the League of Nations”



(a) Broadcast speech over Radio C.J.R.C., Winnipeg, Nov. 21, 1937, 11 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 38, file 807.



3. “West Greenland and Canada”



(a) Radio talk, around the 1950's.



5 pages.



4. “Northern Canada and Northern Europe”



(a) CBC Radio Special Speaker Series, August 3, 1952.



(b) Draft copy



10 pages.



5. “Typescript of a tape recording made by T.Lloyd and V. Stefansson”



(a) Recorded in connection with a Peary Anniversary broad-cast for the C.B.C. April 29, 1959, 19 pages. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 1, file 19.



6. “In Memory of Vilhjalmur Stefansson”



(a) C.B.C. Radio Speaking Personally, August 30, 1962



3 pages.



7. “Human Geography in the Arctic”



(a) As a Matter of Fact, no. 34, broadcast on C.B.C. Northern Service, Dec. 18, 1962.



8. “North of the Arctic Circle” with V. Stefansson and H. Larsen.



(a) in CBC Times, guide to CBC Radio and T.V. Programs, vol. 15, no. 29, Jan. 19-25, 1963.



See also T.V. programs “Arctic Circle” N.F.B. filming used for 4.30 min. in the T.V. Program.



9. “Arctic Circle” with V. Stefansson and H. Larsen.



(a) C.B.C. T.V's Explorations, Jan. 23, 1963, series of 4 films made by the National Film Board.



See also the article “North of the Arctic Circle”, in CBC Times, Jan. 19-25, 1963.



10. “Notes prepared for National Film Board for Films concerned with Scandinavia, designed for use in Canada”



(a) Ideas for films, Nov. 1967. A series of films using T. Lloyd information were produced by the N.F.B. of Canada, in collaboration with the Swedish Institute for Cultural Relations. Notes and correspondence.



(b) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 33, file 686.



11. “Taiga and Sweden; suggested plan”



(a) Notes for Taiga film. Series of Educational films on Natural Regions of the World including Taiga, Deserts, Grasslands, etc.? 1970.



12. “Planning Northern Canada's Future”



(a) C.B.C. Radio, Northern Service. Feb. 1973.



13. “An Ocean of Ice”



(a) in A Thirst for Water, by Radio-Canada International, Record no. E-1182, August 1975, Canada.



(b) Interviews based on the United Nations Third Law of the Sea Conference. Dealing with Ice in the Arctic Seas.



ROYAL COMMISSION ON GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATION (GLASSCO COMMISSION) 1961-1962



(a) PROJECT 10. “Scientific Research and Development”



Dr. Lloyd was a member of the Working Group on Research and Development. He personally was responsible for studying a number of government departments and preparing detailed reports and recommendations concerning them. In addition he prepared the initial draft of the Project 10 Report “Scientific Research and Developing Planning for Canada”; as well as editing the final version which formed the basis for Commission recommendations.



Two other reports of Commission Projects were also edited by him, those on “Educational Services” and “Legal Services”. The above material appears in abbreviated form in Volume 2,3 and 4 of the Royal Commission published Report, (details are attached).



In addition an internal report by Dr. Lloyd “Scientific Research and Development Planning for Canada” prepared in 1961 is also attached. It recommends the creation of an advisory council and permanent scientific secretariat.



Also attached is an editorial from The Ottawa Journal, May 1, 1963 entitled “Glassco and Science” which discusses Volume Four of the Commission Report, commenting that “This final study is the most thorough and the most profound of the five special areas of administration examined in Glassco's Volume Four”.



ARTICLES ABOUT TREVOR LLOYD



1. “From the Diplomatic World”



(a) in Gronlandsposten, Nov. 1, 1945



1 page.



(b) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 32, file 638



2. “Sky Highways” by Trevor Lloyd



(a) Review by F. Barton. In The Journal of Geography, vol. 45, no. 9, Dec. 1946, p. 371.



3. “Canada and Her Neighbours” by Taylor, Seiveright, Lloyd. Published by Ginn and Co. Oct. 1947, 248 pages, illus, maps.



(a) Book Review by “B.F.”. This was the first school geography textbook written and published in Canada by Canadian teachers. It was eventually used in all Provinces.



(b) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 22, file 421.



4. “Northern Boundary” by B. Paterson.



(a) in The Gazette, Montreal, August 12, 1950, pp. 15-16.



(b) P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 33, file 682.



5. “Canadian Guest in Kazakhstan”



(a) Original article in Russian. Traduction by T. Lloyd. 1 pages, 1957. P.A.C. MG 30, B 97, vol. 33, file 682.



6. “Canada and Her Neighbours” by T. Lloyd, D. Seiveright, G. Taylor.



(a) Review by J. Lewis Robinson. The Journal of Geography, vol. 59, no. 8, Nov. 1960, p. 389.



7. “Resources For Tomorrow; Northern Research Needs a New Deal”



(a) in The Montreal Star, Oct. 19, 1961. See also “Northern Research: Review and Forecast”.



8. “Pooling Knowledge of the North”



(a) in Star-Phoenix, Saskatoon, Feb. 22, 1964.



(b) Editorial about Trevor Lloyd.



9. “Trevor Lloyd Awarded Plaque for Best Article Published in Nongeographic Media, 1964”



(a) The Journal of Geography, vol. 64, no. 3, March 1965, pp. 127-128.



10. “The Royal Canadian Geographical Society; Annual General Meeting”



(a) in Canadian Geographical Journal, vol. 72, no. 4, April 1966, p. v.



11. “Lloyd, Trevor”



(a) in Who's Who in America, 1980-1981, vol. 2, 41st Edition, p. 2050.



12. “Lloyd, Trevor”



(a) in Canadian Who's Who, 1982, vol. 17, Kieran Simpson ed. University of Toronto Press. p. 632.



13. “Massey Medal 1982, Trevor Lloyd”



(a) Canadian Geographic, vol. 102, no. 3, June/July 1982, p. 76.



14. “Lloyd, Trevor”



(a) Brief outline of Dr. Trevor Lloyd's career.



(b) Issued by A.C.U.N.S. in 1978



1 pages.



15. “McGill Director Advocates New Outlook On Geography”



(a) This newspaper article is about T. Lloyd and emphasize the need for better teaching of geography in elementary and secondary schools. About 1961



1 page.





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