The RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) Quarterly - April 1974, Vol. 39 No. 2

By: Shaw, S/Sgt. T.E. G.: Editor

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84 pages. Features: New Deputy-Commissioner, R.J. Ross; The King's Escort - with several archival black and white photos; VIP Section gets a home at Harrington Lake, Gatineau; Maintien(s) Le Droit - G.T. Hann/Grand Trunk Railway Regiment; The Martin's Field Murder - Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia; Open House - Frobisher Bay; Why I Joined the RCMP - Wive's Division; Police solve two hit-and-runs; A Book and Its Cover - C.W. Harvison intercepts a book intended for German POWs in Canada, and prevents an escape; Schefferville, Quebec; Electronics - an aid to criminals; "Mojo" - on the spot; Shades of Androcles; Chapel Windows Creator; Refurbishing the old St. Roch; Right Name Wrong Crime; The Brothers Jarvis; Grain Theft Solved; Stray Shot; Trapline Trouble; and more. Prior owner's name blacked out atop table of contents. Faint ink stamp to bottom of table of contents.