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|11.||Robertson, Ian||The legacy of Robert Tait Mackenzie ||1988|
|12.||Robertson, Ian||Firebrand Rev. Chown brought United Church together ||1992|
|13.||Robertson, Ian||Rev. Cook "stepped into the breach" at Queen's in 1877 [1975 - 8˘]||1992|
|14.||Robertson, Ian S.||Rootin'-tootin' town - Calgary commemorative doesn't exactly say Stampede, but the hard-bucking horse and cowboy scene comes directly from a Stampede photo [Calgary centennial, 1975]||1996|
|15.||Robertson, Ian S.||The meaning of Christmas - The idea of letting kids design Christmas stamps was not well-received by collectors and was last used by Canada Post in 1975||1998|
|16.||Robertson, Ian||Anne of Green Gables' heirs looking for film profits [Lucy Maud Montgomery issue, 1975]||1999|
|17.||Rose, Ken||Tagging along [Stamp launch - Calgary centennial stamp, 1975]||1975|