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The books on this list, together with contemporary newspaper articles, have been helpful in providing full names and information about people and places mentioned in the correspondence.

Endnotes in quotations that refer to persons at Victoria College are taken from "It’s Late and All the Girls Have Gone: An Annesley Diary 1907-1910" by Kathleen Cowan, edited by Aida Farras and David Knight. Toronto: Childe Thursday, 1984

  • Bishop, Charles. The Canadian Y.M.C.A. in the Great War. [Toronto]: National Council of Young Men's Christian Associations of Canada, 1924.
  • Grebanier, Bernard. Then Came Each Actor: Shakespearean Actors, Great and Otherwise. New York: David Mckay Co., Inc., 1975.
  • Gwynne-Timothy, John R.W. Western's First Century. [London, Ontario]: University of Western Ontario, 1978.
  • Laffin, John. A Western Front Companion 1914-1918: A-Z Source to the Battles, Weapons, People, Places, Air Combat. Stroud: Alan Sutton Publishing Co., 1994.
  • Mika, Nick and Helma Mika. Places in Ontario: Their Name, Origins and History. Belleville: Mika Publishing Co., 1983.
  • Morgan, Henry James, ed. The Canadian Men and Women of the Time : A Handbook of Canadian Biography of Living Characters. Toronto: W. Briggs, 1912.
  • University of Toronto. Roll of Service 1914-1918. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1921.

For information on people and events relating to Victoria College, University of Toronto I have drawn on the following:-

  • Burwash, Nathanael. The History of Victoria College. Toronto: The Victoria College Press, 1927.
  • Farras, Aida and David Knight, eds. It's Late and All the Girls Have Gone: An Annesley Diary 1907-1910 by Kathleen Cowan. Toronto: Childe Thursday, 1984.
  • Sissons, C.B. A History of Victoria University. [Toronto:] University of