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Acharya, Madhavi. “Arts Lovers Honor Their Own.” Windsor Star, May 17, 1996.

Adaskin, Murray. “Letter of recommendation.”  Windsor Symphony Orchestra, February 18, 1979.

Archives of Ontario. “Mechanic’s Institutes Collection.” Retrieved December 2012: http://ao.minisisinc.com/

Art Gallery of Windsor. The Art Gallery of Windsor: A Checklist of the Permanent Collection to December 31, 1971. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1971

___. Ford City/Windsor.Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1994.

___. A History of the Art Gallery of Windsor.Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1975.

___. A Brief Description of the Art Gallery of Windsor’s Art Collection. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1994.

___. Gallery Guide. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 2000 – 2012.

___. Annual Reports. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1988 – 2012.

___. Forty Years: A Picture Tour. Windsor: Art Gallery of Windsor, 1983.

___. www.agw.ca

Bennett, Ray. “Birds, dogs, babies and lovely girls; It’s Art in the Park.” Windsor Star, June 5, 1972.

Bishop, Bill. “Oh me name is Matti Holli and I’m….”  Windsor Star, October 30, 1971.

Bonavia, George. “International Rendezvous at the Library.”  The Malta News, May, 1960.

Botosan, Mary. “Music’s Charms Many For Symphony Women.”  Windsor Daily Star, October 22, 1965.

Brancaccio, Nick. ‘Striking a chord.”  Windsor Star, March 22, 1997.

Brandon Sun. “Haig brings fresh approach to conducting.” February 6, 1998.

Brophey, Tom. “City’s New Art Gallery to Be Opened Tomorrow Night.” Windsor Daily Star, September 30, 1943.

Bruce, Lorne. “An Inspector Calls: Angus Mowat’s Travels in Ontario at the end of the Great Depression.” Ottawa: Canadian Library Association, June 2, 2012.

___. “Places to Grow: Public Libraries and Communities in Ontario, 1930 – 2000.” Canada: Privately printed, 2010.

Canadian Association of Museum Directors Organization – camdo.ca

Carlisle, Arthur. “To Display Art Works.” Windsor Daily Star, November 11, 1950.

Caunce, Ken. “WSO finishes strong.”  Windsor Daily Star, October 26, 1968.

Champlain Society, Ernest J. Lajeunesse, “Introduction.” The Windsor Border Region. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1972 (1960).

Chen, Dalson. “Music as medicine; Windsor therapist says it has power to heal the infirm.”  Windsor Star, March 20, 2004.

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra . www.cincinnatisymphony.org. Cincinnati: Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Accessed November, 2012.

Citron, Paula. “Bright Lights … Susan Haig:  Conductor In The Making Ready To Grasp The Baton.”  Toronto Star, May 7, 1995.

City of Windsor. Building Committee. Willistead: A Brief History.  Windsor: City of Windsor, 1977

City of Windsor. “Windsor Centennial Festival, 1854 – 1954.” Windsor: City of Windsor, 1954.

Conde, Valerie. “Saltmarche Show in London.” Windsor Daily Star, February 19, 1949.

Cooperman, Liza. ”Composer Made Music In Timmins: At 14, Was Youngest Player To Join The Windsor Symphony.”  National Post, June 26, 1999.

Cornett, Jim. “Best – and worst get tips of the hat.”  Windsor Star, September 9, 1988.

Crawford, Trish. “Next Windsor conductor is directing on YouTube: Down to eight finalitists, city’s symphony orchestra checks out videos to judge how they wield a baton.”  Toronto Star, February 17, 2012.

Cross, Brian. “Art Gallery Rumors Dismissed.” Windsor Star, February 14, 1994.

___. “Art Experiment Could Be A Trend.” Windsor Star, February 14, 1994.

___. “Live Arts Face Use-It-Or-Lose-It Edict: Windsor Symphony Orchestra Conductor Susan Haig Argues The Case For Support For The Arts, Especially Now With Reduced Funding By Governments.”  Windsor Star, January 23, 1996.

___. “Violinist On Mend In Europe; Symphony And Its Musicians Planning Concert To Benefit Family Hit By Tragedy.”  Windsor Star, August 7, 2003.

de Bono, Spiros. “WSO begins 20th season.”  Windsor Daily Star, October 30, 1967.

Detroit General Committee for the Constituting Convention, Music Committee. Evening of Music Brochure. Detroit: Lutheran Church, June 29, 1962.

Diesbourg, Philip and Cameron Hucker, Nicolas Shields. Clearly Symphony: Not All Performances Are On Stage. Windsor: Suede Productions, June 27, 2005.

Dingman, Isabel. “200 attend exhibition.” Windsor: Windsor Daily Star, Nov. 1, 1943

Douglas, Ted. “Fund of Learning Within Old Walls.”  Windsor Daily Star, unknown.

Douglas, R. Alan. Mansion to Museum: The Francois Baby House and its Times. Windsor: Essex County Historical Society, Occasional Paper No. 5, 1989.

Drainie, Bronwyn. “The Pros and Cons of Putting Art in a Shopping Mall.” Globe and Mail, September 5, 1996.

Duncan, Chris. “Windsor Council Kicks In Funds To Aid Near-Bankrupt Symphony.” Toronto Star, February 17, 1988.

Eady, David. Adult New Readers: A Bibliography. Windsor: Windsor Public Library, 1981.

­­___.”Seminole Branch Library.” Windsor: Windsor Public Library Archives, 1974.

Edwards, Chris and Elaine Weeks. The Best of Times Magazine, Windsor: Walkerville Publishing Company, 2006

___. Windsor Then: A Pictorial Essay of Windsor Ontario’s Glorious Past. Windsor: Walkerville Publishing, 2011.

Elliott, James. “Saltmarche Evokes Soft Tropical Air.” Windsor Star, August 29, 1981.

Essex Free Press, “AGW Receives Grant for Literacy Project.” Essex (ON) Free Press, January 1, 1997.

Evening Record. “Carnegie Offer.” Evening Record, March16, 1901

___.“Free Library Board.” Evening Record, August 20, 1894

___.“Mr. Carnegie’s Gift.” Evening Record, March 25, 1901

___.“Our Library.” Evening Record, August 29, 1896

___.“The Carnegie Gift.” Evening Record, March 27, 1901

___.“The Library Opened.” Evening Record, December 5, 1894

___.“Windsor’s New Library.” Evening Record, March 11, 1902

Evens, Clifford. “Letter.”  Windsor Star, March 15, 1978.

Fitch, Leslie and Jody Warner. “Dividends: The Value of Public Libraries In Canada”. Toronto: Book and Periodical Council, 1997

Foster, Jean. “’The Cultural Big 3’ Grant Proposal.” Windsor: Windsor Public Library administration, July 1, 2011.

Friends of Willistead. Docent Training Manual.  Windsor: Friends of Willistead, 2011

Gardiner, John. “Group Plays to Capacity.” Windsor Star, January 30, 1950.

___. “Symphony to Close Season.”Windsor Daily Star, April 27, 1950.

___. “Windsor Symphony.” Windsor Daily Star, November 14, 1949.

___. “Windsor Symphony to Open Concert Season.”  Windsor Daily Star, February 7, 1951.

Gendron, Jeff. “WSO Provides Solid Background to Ballet.”The Journal (St. Clair College), December 1, 1994.

Gervais, Marty. “Beethoven Meets Blue Rodeo: WSO ‘Wows’ Crowd.”  Windsor Star, November 11, 1991.

___. “Conducting With Confidence: Windsor Symphony Playing to a Female Beat this Weekend.”  Windsor Star, October 26, 1990.

___. “Coup for the Windsor Symphony to Get Artists of this Calibre.”  Windsor Star, October 17, 1994.

___. “For Scheirich, music’s her life.”  Windsor Star, February 3, 1993.

___. “Living in Harmony.” Windsor Star, May 1, 1993.

___. “She’s Ready to Sell.”  Windsor Star, January 23, 1991.

___. “Sour Notes?”  Windsor Star, September 29, 1990.

___. “Survival of the Symphony.”  Windsor Star, February 15, 1992.

___. “Symphony Strikes the Right Chord.” Windsor Windsor Star, January 9, 1992.

___. “WSO’s Adieu to Cleary Rousing.” Windsor Windsor Star, February 4, 1991.

Gladstone, Bill. “Obituary: gallery curator Ken Saltmarche (1920-2003)” – http://www.billgladstone.ca/?p=5948

Globe and Mail. “40 Hurt in Windsor as Cannon Misfires During Celebration.”  July 1, 1980.

___. “Gallery Gambles – And Wins Patrons.” The Globe and Mail (Toronto, ON), February 24, 1994.

___. “Windsor City Council Bails Out Symphony.”  February 17, 1988.

Gordon, Edgar B. “President’s Corner.” Sage / Music Supervisors’ Journal, Vol. 12, No. 4, March, 1926.

Gunn, Deborah. “Gallery Registrar Finds A New Venture.” Windsor Star, January 5, 1996.

Haig, Susan. “Biography.”  www.susanhaig.com, Accessed: October, 2012.

Hakanson Colby, Joy. “Museum In A Mall? It May Be A Shrewd Move.” Detroit News, November 20, 1993.

___. “The Gallery Gamble.” Detroit News (Detroit, MI), August 16, 1996.

Halbertstadt, Alan. “Entertainers of the 20th Century.” Greater Windsor News, unknown.

Hall, Frederick A. and Kevin James, Lynn McGuigan. “Windsor Symphony Orchestra.” Canadian Encyclopedia, www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com. accessed August, 2012.

Hardcastle, Celia and anon interviewer.  Interview with Celia Hardcastle, Windsor musician. Audio. Windsor: Windsor Public Library Archives, 1980.

___ Celia: The Life and Times of Celia Hardcastle.  Windsor: Herald Press, 1995.

Hatfield, Percy. “Quarter Notes: In Defense of the WSO’s loan application.” Windsor: Windsor Symphony Orchestra, March 3, 2009.

Helmer, Pat. Celebrating a Perfect Ten: 10th Anniversary Souvenir Programme. Amherstburg: Amherstburg Performing Arts, 1991.

Henderson, Gord. “City’s Gambling Business Getting a Little Bit Dicey.” Windsor Star, November 30, 1996.

___. “Double The Pleasure, Double The Fun.” Windsor Star, February 10, 1994.

Hickey, Bill. “Repairs Needed to City Gallery.” Windsor Daily Star, June 13, 1975.

___. “Winds of Change Blow at Willistead.” Windsor Star, December 31, 1971.

Hicklin, Ralph. “Windsor’s Art Gallery Insists on All-Canadian Flavor for Steadily Growing Permanent Collection.” Windsor Daily Star, January 24, 1958

Hornberger, Rob. “Art’s New Home Pulls In Crowds Of Shoppers.” Windsor Star, November 29, 1993.

Hoskins, Ronald. A Historical Survey of the Town of Walkerville, Ontario, 1858 – 1922, Ronald G. Hoskins, University of Windsor, Faculty of Graduate Studies, 1964.

Hume, Anne.  A History of the Art Movement Looking Towards the Establishment of an Art Gallery and Museum for the City of Windsor. Windsor: Windsor Public Library, 1945.

___.“Library Service in Windsor December 1894 – December 1936.” Windsor: Windsor Public Library, 1945.

___. Summary of Library Service in the Border Area, 1894 – 1945, Windsor: Windsor Public Library, 1945.

Hume, Anne and Hilda Brooke. Sixty Years of Service 1894-1954. Windsor: Sumner Printing Co., April, 1954.

Humphrey, John. “Art Gallery’s Move Was Out Of Necessity.” City Scene, July 27, 1994.

___. “AGW Going Strong At Mall.” City Scene, August 3, 1999.

Jarvis, Anne. “WSO Worth Saving.” Windsor Star, March 11, 2011.

Jennings, Jessie. “Celia Hardcastle.”  Windsor Musician, December, 1996.

Jones, Owen. “Arts Community Losing Two Players.” Windsor Star, June 29, 1994.

___.“Director Picked For Art Gallery.” Windsor Star, February 10, 1993.

___.. “Ken Saltmarche: The Man And His Art.” Windsor Star, November 26, 1993.

Kenna, Kathleen. “Troubled Windsor Symphony Awaiting Word on its Future.”  Toronto Star, February 15, 1988.

Knight, David. “Word and Music.” The Lance, January 28, 1997.

Kovarik, Edward. “Instrumentally Speaking, Quarter Notes.” Windsor: Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Spring, 1987.

Langs, Lenore. “BookFest Windsor: History of BookFest Windsor.” Windsor: Literary Arts Windsor, 2012.

Laporte, Allan. “Origins and Evolution of the Windsor Public Library System 1894 -1967.” www.windsorpubliclibrary.com, Retrieved December 2012.

Laycock, John. “Air Farce, Symphony in Tune.”  Windsor Star, October 17, 1987.

___.“Art Gallery Of Windsor Wins Kudos From Provincial Body.” Windsor Star, June 29, 1996.

___.“A Work Of Art.” Windsor Star, February 1, 2001.

___. “Brass with class.”  Windsor Star, April 10, 2000.

___. “Growing Pains are Inevitable says symphony.” Windsor Star, January 31, 1976.

___.“It’s Time To Call In The Chips.” Windsor Star, May 17, 1997.

___. “Uncommon Market Closing Downtown.” Windsor Star, April 11, 1996.

MacDowell, Laurel Sefton. “Paul Robeson in Canada: A Border Story.” Athabasca Labour/Le travail.  Canadian Committee on Labour History and Athabasca University Press, Spring, 2003.

MacDonald, Lori. “Hayden lights up gallery.” Windsor Star, April 14, 1972.

MacKenzie, Bev. “One More Time with Feeling!”  Windsor Star, February 19, 1977.

MaGee, Krista. “Q&A with Natalie Nagy, Director AGW.” In Business, September 1993

Mason, Ross. “Enlarged Symphony Wins New Acclaim.” Windsor Daily Star, February 10 1939.

Mawr, David. (Kenneth Saltmarche) “Art Association’s Collection on Show.” Windsor Daily Star, July 8, 1950.

___.“Art Exhibit Opens Feb. 1.” Windsor Daily Star, January 3, 1952.

___. “Art Group Launched.” Windsor Daily Star , January 15, 1949.

___.“Art Movement’s Growth.” Windsor Daily Star , March 1, 1952.

___.“Art Program At Willistead Proves Boon To Students.” Windsor Daily Star, July 9, 1949.

___.“Better Use of New Leisure Eminent Artist’s Subject.” Windsor Daily Star, January 13, 1951.

___.“Coming Willistead Show Planned in Modern Style.” Windsor Daily Star, September 9, 1950.

___.“Exhibits at Willistead.” Windsor Daily Star, March 19, 1949.

___.“‘Little People’ on Show.” Windsor Daily Star, May 6, 1950.

___.“Loan Pictures on View.” Windsor Daily Star, September 16, 1950.

___.“Making Color Aquaint.” Windsor Daily Star, January 27, 1951.

___.“Paintable Essex.” Windsor Daily Star, November 20, 1948.

___.“Painter-Etcher Exhibition.” Windsor Daily Star, January 3, 1952.

___.“Paintings to Live With.” Windsor Daily Star, November 18, 1950.

___.“Prints and Sculpture in Wilistead Show.” Windsor Daily Star, January 6, 1951.

___.“Prudence Heward Exhibit.” Windsor Daily Star, July 2, 1949.

___. “Story of Fakir Art Club.” Windsor Daily Star, June 26, 1954.

___. “Three Willistead Exhibits.” Windsor Daily Star, January 14, 1950.

___.“Two Art Gifts.” Windsor Daily Star, April 29, 1950.

___.“Two Shows at Gallery.” Windsor Daily Star, March 11, 1950.

___. “Willistead Art Gallery Grows.” Windsor Daily Star, October 8, 1949.

McKee, Susan. “Canadian Music Festival at Windsor.” Windsor: University of Windsor: School of Music Website, 2011.

McPherson, Mrs. Leon Z. Report of the General Chairman. Windsor: Windsor Symphony Orchestra, October 29, 1972.

Meredith, Jack. “Windsor Symphony Plans 20th Season.” Windsor Daily Star, September 18, 1967.

Mitchell, Suzanne. “A Season of Struggle.” Windsor This Month, July, 1989.

More, Lauren. “Hurdles Cleared; Gallery, Province Ready to Sign Deal.” Windsor Star, September 28, 1993.

More, Lauren and Chris Vander Doelen. “Staff Slams Idea of Casino in Art Gallery.” Windsor Star, March 9, 1993.

Morgan, Carl. Birth of a City. Windsor: TraveLife, 1991.

Morgan, John. “Art For Art’s Sake? For Yours, Too.” Windsor Star, February 17, 1961.

___. “Art Sale Hits Stride.” Windsor Star, November 17, 1961.

Morrison, Neil F. Garden Gateway to Canada, Toronto: Ryerson Press, 1954. Reprinted Windsor: Herald Press, 1982.

Mozart, W.A. and Susan Haig, Conductor. Overture to “Die Zauberflote, K. 620” (“The Magic Flute”). Pickering Audio Group, 1999.

___.  and Susan Haig, Conductor. Mozart Symphony no. 33,  Haydn Symphony No. 82, and More. Pickering: The Audio Group, 1999.

Munro, Angus. “Symphony Orchestra Shows Advancement.” Windsor Daily Star, May 3, 1939.

Neal, Frederick. Reprinted. Preface by Frederick Neal Harwood. The Township of Sandwich: Past and Present. Illus. Windsor: Essex County Historical Association, 1979, 1909.

Ontario Association of Art Galleries. “History of the OAAG”  http://oaag.org/history.html.

Pearson, Craig. “Curtis Children’s Centre.”  Windsor Star, November 28, 2002.

___.“Gallery Decorates Vault.” Windsor Star, October 6, 2000.

___. “Ideal Harmony.” Windsor Star, February 21, 1998.

Plaut, Johnathan. The Jews of Windsor, 1790 – 1990: A Historical Chronicle. Toronto: Dundurn Press, 2007.

Posner, Michael. “Windsor: Back from the brink.” Globe and Mail, November 28, 2001.

Prokofiev, Sergey and John Morris Russell, Conductor. Peter and the Wolf & Last Minute Lulu. Kitchener :CBC Studios, 2006.

Quintner, David. “Warehouse of Energy Devoted to Art World.” Windsor Star, July 12, 1980.

Rachmaninoff, Sergei and Laszlo Gati, conductor, Michael Rudy.  Piano concerto no. 3, opus 20; Rudy Plays Rachmaninoff. Toronto: World WRC1-2130, 1983.

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Rennie, Gary. “Art Gallery Director Unfazed by Rumors.” Windsor Star, May 18, 1994.

Roberston, Gail. “Palmer Lets Fingers Do the Talking.”  Windsor Star, September 25, 1999.

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Russchen-Thompson, Peggy. “Children’s Author in Windsor.”  Windsor Star, June 4, 1990.

 Musical Times Publications Ltd, . “Country and Colonial News.” U.K.  July 1, 1909,Vol. 50, No. 797  pp. 472-473.

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Saltmarche, Kenneth. “A Gallery Collects.” Windsor: The University Review, 1968.

___.“A Retrospective, AGW, 27 November 1993 – 23 January 1994.” Windsor:  Art Gallery of Windsor, 1994   .

___.“Art Gallery of Windsor Fact Sheet.” Windsor:  Art Gallery of Windsor, 1973.

___.“Art Gallery’s Story.” Windsor Daily Star, January 8, 1966.

___.“Kenneth Saltmarche Interview.” Windsor: Windsor Public Library, 1980.

___.“The Arts Come of Age in Windsor.”  Ottawa: Canadian Art, 1957.

___.“These, Say Experts, Are Reasons ‘Grandmother’ Painting Good.” Windsor Daily Star, January 24, 1958.

___.“To Continuing Service in Cultural Field.” Windsor Daily Star, December 31, 1955.

Sasso, Gene. “Music.”  Windsor This Month, September, 1989.

Sbrocca, Loretta. “Audiences Get an Inside Look.”  Windsor Star, February 11, 1997.

___. “Hometown Musician: a Sweet Success.”  In Tune: Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Fall, 1996.

Schmidt, Doug. “60,000 Celebrate Tomato’s Influence.”  Windsor Star, August 19, 1996.

Sharpe, Shelley. “Celebrating Sixty Years of Music: Quarter Notes.” Windsor: Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Winter, 2007 – 2008.

Shaw, Ted. “BookFest’s Latest Chapter a Hit.” Windsor Star, November 9, 2009.

­­­___. “A century of high notes; Exhibit to mark AFM’s centennial.”  Windsor Star, Febrary 5, 2011.

___. “A Christmas Collaboration; Symphony and Troupe Take on Dickens.”  Windsor Star, December 18, 2008.

___. “A Creative Whirlwind Refuses to Slow Down.”  Windsor Star, January 18, 1997.

___. “A Windsor Symphony Free Sample.”  Windsor Star, September 23, 1993.

___. “Accordian Gets Respect, Finally.”  Windsor Star, February 12, 2005.

___. “Author, WSO Make Music.”  Windsor Star, February 21, 2004.

___. “Bernardi, Schade, Burgess Make Windsor Opera History.”  Calgary Herald, December 1, 2001.

___. “Cellist Margaret Krause Remembered as Mentor.”  Windsor Star, December 2, 2006.

___. “Clarinetist Shrewd Choice to Open Season.”  Windsor Star, September 30, 1998.

___. “Comeback Symphony: Area School Children Promised a Hoot in Novel Approach to Haydn’s Music.”  Windsor Star, March 19, 1999.

___. “Composers Share Spotlight.”  Windsor Star, January 21, 1999.

___. “Electronics Used to Adapt Old Music.”  Windsor Star, January 26, 2008.

___. “Final Concerts, Final Bow; WSO Music Director John Morris Russell Saying Goodbye to Windsor.”  Windsor Star, May 17, 2012.

___. “Gifted Soloist Plays with Fire.”  Windsor Star, February 19, 1996.

___. “Ground Level Music Fest.”  Windsor Star, January 17, 1997.

___.“Inuit art result of make-work project” Windsor: Windsor Star, February 1, 2008.

___.“Journey begins at AGW.” Windsor: Windsor Star, January 15, 2011.

___. “Kids Sing for Santa Claus.”  Windsor Star, December 15, 2003.

___. “Kuerti Relishes Climbing these Olympian Heights.”  Windsor Star, February 1, 1997.

___. “Music.”  Windsor Star, October 1, 2011.

___. “Musicians Next on Symphony List.”  Windsor Star, November 14, 1988.

___. “New Era for Windsor Symphony.”  Windsor Star, September 22, 2012.

___. “Nice Shirt, Great Show as Symphony Ends Season.”  Windsor Star, May 10, 2004.

___. “Pops Goes the WSO with Musical Treats.”  Windsor Star, November 2, 1998.

___. “Slim Pickings; The Double Bass May be an Orchestra’s Best-kept Secret and Joel Quarrington is Willing to Give Audiences the Scoop.”  Windsor Star, October 12, 2000.

___. “Sounds Like… It Sure Sounds Like Love is in the Air.”  Windsor Star, February 10, 2000.

___. “Students Star in Symphony Program.”  Windsor Star, January 15, 2011.

___. “Symphony Gala Shines.”  Windsor Star, October 20, 1997.

___. “Symphony Offers Program for Children; News Anchor Narrates Peter & Wolf.”  Windsor Star, May 2, 2003.

___. “Symphony Set to Celebrate Day of the Dead Via Music.”  Windsor Star, October 31, 2009.

___. “Symphony Snags Juno Nomination.”  Windsor Star, February 6, 2008.

___. “Teen Pianist Likes Studies in Poland.”  Windsor Star, February 4, 1999.

___. “The Hunt for a Conductor; Russell Leaving Windsor Symphony.”  Windsor Star, August 17, 2011.

___. “Tireless Effors.”  Windsor Star, May 8, 1999.

___. “Treble Singer Just Another Kid on the Block.”  Windsor Star, April 11, 1997.

___. “Volunteer Chorus a Close-Knit Unit.”  Windsor Star, April 10, 1999.

___. “Web Site, Increased Sales for Symphony.”  Windsor Star, June 28, 2002.

___. “Windsor Light Music Theatre; Windsor Symphony Orchestra @ 60.”  Windsor Star, January 17, 2008.

___. “Windsor Shows its Gratitude as WSO’s Russell Steps Down.” Windsor Star, May 14, 2012.

___. “Windsor Symphony’s Season Designed to Appeal to a Broad Range Of Tastes.”  Windsor Star, October 1, 1993.

___. “WSO Classics Series Hits High Note.”  Windsor Star, October 23, 1995.

___. “WSO Concerts Humdingers.”  Windsor Star, April 9, 2001.

___. “WSO Gets Chance to Play Nationally; CBC Features Symphony on Christmas TV Special.”  Windsor Star, December 17, 2003.

___. “WSO Names New GM.”  Windsor Star, July 14, 1998.

___. “WSO Shows Youthful Side; Peter and The Wolf Delights Audience.”  Windsor Star, May 5, 2003.

___. “WSO the Toast of Toronto.”  Windsor Star, March 19, 1993.

___. “WSO to Play Along With Chaplin Movie.”  Windsor Star, April 12, 2007.

___. “WSO Tries ‘Trance’ Music: Lee Adapts Electronica for Symphony.”  Windsor Star, February 9, 2006.

Sinkevich, Chuck. “Officer’s and Gentleman’s Ball: Waltzing the Night Away.”  Windsor Star, October 21, 1996.

Slater, Heather. “Somers Highlights Week of Canadian Music.”  University of Windsor Ambassador, February 19, 1997.

Smrke, Jacqueline. “They Could Have Listened All Night: Zonjic Homecoming Gives Symphony a Running Start.”  Windsor Star, October 4, 1993.

Spring, Adrienne. “Haig Makes History.”  Calgary Herald, May 13, 1989.

Steel, Olivia. “Symphony Ends Season.”  Windsor Star, April 21, 1952.

Stein, John. “Garden Tour Uncommonly Popular.” Windsor Star, September 28, 1995.

Stevens, Peter. “Don’t Try to Categorize a Style Like Cleo Laine’s.”  Windsor Star, February 18, 1988.

Stiles, Gerry. “Symphony Orchestra Reaches Out to Share the Magic of Fine Music:Series What They Think.”  Windsor Star, December 7, 1989.

Strachan, Al. “Everything from Films to Flatirons.”  Windsor Star, October 17, 1972.

Tanasychuk, John. “Laughing His Way Back to Health.” Windsor Star, November 18, 1982.

Tanovich, Melanie Paul. “Windsor Symphony Orchestra: Letter to the Editor.”  Windsor Star, May 1, 2007.

Taylor, Kate. “Have Gallery, Will Travel.” Globe and Mail (Toronto, ON), October 30, 1993.

___.“Windsor Gallery Begging Its Future on Interim Casino.” Globe and Mail (Toronto, ON), April 9, 1993.

Taylor, Natalie. “HAPPENINGS: Not All Summer Entertainment at Beach.”  Windsor Star, July 12, 2002.

Taylor, Maxine. “Tidying Up for Back-to-School? Recall Minds Collect Cobwebs.”  Windsor Star, ca 1961.

Telagdy, Mme. “Letter of Thanks.” Windsor: École Sacre-Coeur, March, 1996.

Gazette. “Windsor Orchestra Director Gati Resigns.” Montreal, PQ, June 18, 1985.

Throsby, David. “Economics and Culture.” Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Tilbury Times. “Windsor Symphony Orchestra.” December 16, 1999.

Turnevicius, Leonard. “Remembering Glenn Gould Up Close and Personal.”  thespec.com, October 4, 2012.

Vallongo, Salley. “Museum’s gamble pays off.” Blade (Toledo, OH), July 24, 1994.

Vander Doelen, Chris. “Proposal Weighed for Fourth Floor at Art Gallery.” Windsor Star, August 13, 1993.

Van Kuren, Susan. “Gallery Always Part of Ken’s Life.” Windsor Star, December 18, 1976.

___. “Matti Holli: His Career is Rich in Love, Dedication.”  Windsor Star, January 8, 1977.

___. “The Israels Enjoy ‘Quiet Living.’” Windsor Star, January 29, 1977.

___. “WomenVolunteers Benefit Orchestra.”  Windsor Star, April 26, 1972.

Van Vugt, Harry. “After Holli’s Death: Symphony Starts to Pick Up the Pieces.” Windsor Star, November 17, 1977.

___. “Ambitious Season Program Set for Windsor Symphony.” Windsor Star, June 4, 1971.

___. “Government Control Seen Salvation of Symphonies.”  Windsor Star, October 4, 1969.

___. “It Was an Upbeat ’72 on Music Scene.”  Windsor Star, December 24, 1972.

___. “Music.”  Windsor Star, September 19, 1970.

___. “Music Scene: It’s Healthy.”  Windsor Star, December 31, 1970.

___. “Musicians Play Both Bach, Basketball.”  Windsor Star, November 18, 1978.

___. “Overseas Flavor at Cleary.”  Windsor Daily Star, October 23, 1971.

___. “The Orchestra on Tour.”  Windsor Star, May 15, 1987.

___. “Windsor Symphony in Concert: Dazzling Display by Violinist.”  Windsor Star, November 27, 1972.

___. “Windsor Symphony Prepares Schedule for Winter.”  Windsor Star, September 17, 1977.

___. “Windsor Symphony Unfazed by Detroit’s Competition.”  Windsor Star, September 20, 1969.

___. “Windsor Symphony: Vocal Perfomers Lead in Guest Star Bookings.”  Windsor Daily Star, January 16, 1969.

___. “Windsor Symphony’s Bandwagon Rolling on: Threashold of 25th Season.”  Windsor Star, October 28, 1972.

Weaver, Tracy. “Windsor Public Library 1894-1994: From the Start, Library System ‘Dared to be Wise’”.  Windsor Star, July 14, 1994.

Weaver, Tracy. “Windsor Public Library 1894-1994: After 41 Years, Seminole Feels Like ‘Home’ to Many.”  Windsor Star, July 14, 1994.

Wells, Arthur. “Large Audience Hails Debut of Optimist Symphony Orchestra.”  Windsor Daily Star, April 1, 1936.

Whelan, Pat. “Windsor Symphony Orchestra.”  Windsor Star, May 1, 1950.

Whipp, Ted. “Teen Zone ‘Fun Place to Go’.”  Windsor Star, September 28, 2011.

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Willis-Moore, Kim. “Press Pass: BookFest & WIFF 2011 Celebrate Success.”  Windsor Life Magazine, Holiday, 2011.

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Windsor Daily Star. “50 Employees Ask Pay Hike.” April 15, 1954.

___. “500 attend exhibition.” October 2, 1943.

___.“$50,000 Art Show.” December 4, 1958.

___.“ Anne Hume Leads Study.” October 4, 1952.

___.“Annual Canadian Art and Crafts Sale Gets off to Enthusiastic Start.” December 3, 1956.

___.“Art Association Opens 1937-38 Season.” November 30, 1937.

___.“Art Critics under Fire.” November 6, 1953.

___.“Art Exhibit and Tea Tomorrow.” February 2, 1946.

___.“Art Expert at Willistead.” January 12, 1954.

___.“Art Gallery is appreciated.” October 2, 1943.

___.“Art Group Requests New Meet.” March 16, 1959.

___.“Art Group Threatened.” June 17, 1958.

___.“Art Proposals near Acceptance.” Windsor Daily Star, March 19, 1959.

___.“Art Works on Display.” October 5, 1958.

___. “Bang-Up Story.” Ca. 1962.

___. “Bible, Cook Books Head List of Library’s Stolen Volumes.” November 9, 1955.

___. “Caption: The Hiram Walker Museum….” October 17, 1960.

___.“Display of Art Ends Saturday.”  January 26, 1939.

___. “Donations Aid Library Branch Work: Seminole Projects Given Assists By $575 Gifts.”  March 16, 1954.

___.“Essex County Exhibition Attracts 88 Art Works.”  November 10, 1944.

___.“ Expansion of Library Units Urged.”  February 10, 1951.

___. “Fine Program Planned for Symphony.” March 25, 1949.

___. “Gordon Fleming will be Guest Soloist with Symphony.”  March 11, 1949.

___. “Lectures on Art.”  October 20, 1945.

___. “Librarians Given Raises.”  April 28, 1954.

___. “Libraries Mark Jubilee: Celebrate Birthday of First Institution.”  April 23, 1954.

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___. “Library Annex Unveiled Before 200 Spectators.”  October 4, 1954.

___. “Library Board Appeals for New Building Funds.”  February 12, 1954.

___. “Library Board, Art Group to Discuss Difficulties.”  February 19, 1959.

___. “Library Proposition Returns: Cost Said Reduced by Grants.”  April 30, 1963.

___.“Library Staff Appointments.”  September 21, 1946.

___.“Miss Jansson Will Lecture.”  December 4, 1947.

___. “Music Reigns Sunday Night.”  January 28, 1950.

___.“New 16mm Films Added to Willistead’s Collection.”  September 16, 1950.

___.“New Art Gallery.”  September 30, 1943.

___.“ New Covers for Books.”  Jan 20, 1950.

___.“New Exhibit at Willistead Designed to Bring Canadian Art into Homes.”  November 10, 1950.

___. “New Library Costs Set.”  July 22, 1954.

___. “Public Library Knowledge Font for New Canadian Citizens.”  Oct. 10, 1950

___.“New Park to be Donated.”  July 26, 1942.

___.“New Library Needed Now.”  February 14, 1948.

___. “Novel Labeled ‘Vile, Indecent’ Just ‘Realistic,’ Windsor View.”  October 8, 1955.

___. “Okay Plan at Library.”  May 25, 1955.

___. “Old Carnegie Library Now Just Page of Past.”  November 20, 1955.

___.“Potter’s Wheel Turns at Willistead Demonstration.”  February 28, 1948.

___.“Reconsiders Suggestion On Gallery.”March 15, 1959.

___. “Reviewers have Place: Reading Public Depends on Critics.”  March 5, 1982.

___. “Scot Basso to Sing.”  November 11, 1949.

___. “Six-Year-Olds Also Have Favorites When it Comes to Choosing Books.”  June 22, 1954.

___.“Study New Pact on Art Gallery.”  November 4, 1958.

___. “Symphony Debut for Nun.”  November 14, 1966.

___. “Symphony Orchestra Achieves Fine Start.”  April 23, 1938.

___.“Teacher Was Once Thrown Out of Class.”October 19, 1947.

___.“The Pennypinchers.”  November 7, 1958.

___.“Timely Local Exhibit of Australian Art Still On.”  March 17, 1942.

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___. “Wide Support for Plan: Ask ‘Fitting Memorial’ of Past.”  1960.

___.“Windsor Art Association Completes Successful Season.”April 23, 1945.

___.“Windsor Art Association Plans Membership Drive Next Week.” September 26, 1936.

___. “Windsor Symphony Now Incorporated Body.”  May 6, 1949.

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___. “Art Association Reorganized.”  January 21, 1960.

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___.“Librarian, Book Service Pioneer Dies.”  January 4, 1966.

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