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  • D. G. Willmot speaking 

    Unknown author (2009-02-11)
    D. G. Willmot addressing the crowd at the Tower groundbreaking ceremony.
  • Daguerreotype - Joseph Woodruff 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    Daguerreotype, 12 cm x 9 cm of Joseph Woodruff. The daguerreotype is slightly pitted and it is enclosed in a frame. This is accompanied by a note written by R. W. Band.
  • Daguerreotype - Julia Canby Cleveland and her Doll 

    Unknown author ()
    Daguerreotype of Julia Canby Cleveland and her doll. Both the doll and the girl have wide brimmed hats. The photograph is in an ornate wooden (compact-like) case with carved thistles. There is a latch on the case. The ...
  • Daily and annual cycles in thermoregulatory behaviour and cardio‑respiratory physiology of black and white tegu lizards 

    Sanders, Colin E; Tattersall, Glenn J; Reichert, Michelle; Andrade, Denis V; Abe, Augusto S; Milsom, William K (2015)
    This study was designed to determine the manner in which metabolism is suppressed during dormancy in black and white tegu lizards (Tupinambis merianae). To this end, heart rate (f H), respiration rate (f R), and deep body ...
  • Daily Journals of Louis J. Cahill, 1946-2006 

    Adams, Anne (2016)
    41 journals containing brief notes regarding the Niagara Editorial Bureau/Ontario Editorial Bureau appointments and meetings.
  • Daily Physical Activity as an Intervention Strategy for Anxious Elementary Students 

    Benner, Julie Anne (2013-04-23)
    The focus of this project was twofold: a comprehensive examination of provincially mandated, school-based physical activity programming beyond physical education, as well as an exploration of the potential relationship ...
  • The Daily Standard, January 2, 1900 

    Unknown author (1900-01-02)
    The Daily Standard, St. Catharines, Ontario. This paper contains an advertisement for James D. Tait Company and H.K. Woodruff is listed under the article “The Voice of the People” as an elected member of the Water ...
  • The Daily Telegraph, April 22, 1901 

    Unknown author (1901-04-22)
    The Daily Telegraph, London, England (pages 7 and 8). The section” South African Rewards: Honours for the Army” has and x marked beside it. The paper has been taped and there is a hole in one of the pages. This affects ...
  • Damaged Goods 

    Donato, Andy (1937- ) (c. 2000)
  • Damn Chretien... Global Warming 

    Donato, Andy (1937- ) (2001-07-25)
  • Dancing politics : connecting women's experiences of rave in Toronto to ageism and patriarchy 

    Gregory, Julie. (Brock University, 2007-05-21)
    Based on a critical analysis of recent Canadian and British media, academic, and political representations of rave, in conjunction with the author's and ten female interviewees' past experiences as active rave participants, ...
  • Dangling cad 

    Donato, Andy (1937- ) (2000-11-22)
  • Daniel D. Tompkins letter to General Dearborn, June 28, 1812. 

    Cameron, Chantal (2012-04-19)
    A letter written by Daniel D. Tompkins in response to a letter he received from Major General Dearborn. The letter is dated June 28, 1812 and describes the great need for arms and supplies for the American militia.
  • Daniel Shannon fonds, 1816-1822 

    Williams, Edie (2010-10-04)
    Fonds consists of correspondence between Daniel Shannon and others related to his petition for remuneration for his role in defending Canada during the War of 1812.
  • Daughters of the Empire Pin 

    Unknown author (1929)
    A jewelry case which is a souvenir of the opening of the Royal York Hotel, June 1929. The case is faux leather with a velveteen lining. Inside the case is a pin for the Daughers' of the Empire. The pin belonged to ...
  • David Dorey Fonds, 1983-1985 

    Williams, Edie (2010-09-16)
    Fonds consists of two scrapbooks of clippings, correspondence, handbills and photographs that record the activities of the Unemployed Action Alliance from 1983-1985.
  • David Nicholson's Liquid Bread Advertisement 

    Stahl & Jaeger ()
    An advertisement for David Nicholson's Liquid Bread "a pure extract of Malt". The reverse of the advertisement describes the uses for liquid, "...an unsurpassed tonic; a promoter of appetite, a source of muscular strength, ...
  • David Shemilt 

    Unknown author (2009-02-12)
    Brock's David Shemilt dives into the pool in June of 1984
  • David Shemilt 

    Unknown author (2009-02-12)
    Pictured here is Brock swimmer, and Olympian, David Shemilt on June 7, 1984.
  • David Skene-Melvin papers, 1918, 1995, n.d. 

    Williams, Edie (2011-03-29)
    The papers include correspondence, original play manuscripts, editorials and photographs.