Discover the latest works by Montreal author, photographer and worldwide traveler MacKay Smith. His five pictorial essays detail the rich architecture and fascinating history of Montreal.
Each contains a combination of superbe images by the author as well as historical images from the McCord Museum's Notman Collection, as well as from public archives.
We are please to announce the publication of this latest book by MacKay Smith. Look for it in fine bookstores and online at Indigo.ca this summer.
120 pages in a coffee
table format, hardbound on glossy
In our work we t.Over 110 photos including 40+ historic images from McCord Museum’s Notman Collection and other private and public archives. Maps, timelines, interesting facts and figures plus an extensive bibliography.
Over 11,000 words of fascinating narrative describing the history, the people, the landmarks and architecture that has marked Montreal’s most prominent feature.
JUST A FEW EXAMPLES OF THE STUNNING IMAGES AND INTERESTING MATERIAL
An active octogenarian, MacKay L. Smith describes himself as a left-handed laundryman in reference to his squash playing abilities and former career in the laundry and dry cleaning business. He humbly admits that writing can to him late in life. “Before writing my first book, back in 1997, the only thing I’d ever written were memos.”
Montreal's Sherbrooke Street
The Spine of the CIty
Memories and Profiles
of McGill University
Tour de l'Île
49 Historic Communities
Montreal's Golden Square Mile
A Historic Perspective
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