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Marine reports and studies [textual record]. 

Date(s)

1943-1958

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

0.30 m of textual records

Scope and content

Sub-series consists of a collection of Marine reports and studies dating from the period 1943-1958. The sub-series includes: N.D. Wilson's "Factors in the Rehabilitation of the St. Lawrence River Communities Partly or Wholly Inundated in the Development for Power and Navigation of the International Rapids Section of the St. Lawrence River", 1943, 58 pages (vol. 611); G.A. Lindsay's "Estimate of Maximum Freight Tonnage Capacity of Welland Ship Canal on Completion of Deep Waterway", 1948-1949, 17 pages (vol. 611); Department of Trade and Commerce, "Labrador Iron Ore and the St. Lawrence Seaway" 1950, 23 pages (vol. 611); Department of Trade and Commerce, "The St. Lawrence Waterway and the Canadian Economy" 1951, 160 pages (vol. 611); Report of the Board of Engineers on the Lachine Section of the St. Lawrence Waterway, 1947 (vol. 611); General Engineering Branch "The Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Deep Waterway". 1949 (vol. 611); Special Projects Branch "Regulations of Overflows and Levels of Lake Ontario, Method No. 5". 1952 (vol. 611); Strait of Canso Board of Engineers on the problem of crossing the Strait of Canso, 1949 (vol. 1475); Study of Sub-Committee on War Risks Insurance and Bombardment Compensation, 1945 (vol. 894).

Textual records
90: Open
Volume
611
32: Restricted by law
Textual records
90: Open
Volume
894
1475
90: Open
Archival reference no.
Former archival reference no.

Terms of use

Copyright belongs to the Crown.

No finding aid

Additional information

Source of title
Title is based on the contents of the sub-series.

Accruals
No further accruals are expected.

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