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Winthrop Pickard Bell: Bibliography

A virtual exhibition that pays tribute to an illustrious alumnus of Mount Allison University.

Published works created by Winthrop Pickard Bell


Featured below are selected pages from the Mount Allison University Archives publication Bell family selected biographical sketches and bibliographies: Winthrop Pickard Bell, Hazel Lawrence (Deinstadt) Bell, Ralph Pickard Bell, Marguerite (Deinstadt) Bell, Marjorie Young Bell. This published work was created to document known references to Dr. Winthrop Bell and his literary works along with selected members of the Bell family. For further information or to order copies of the publication please contact the Mount Allison University Archives.


1898

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Mountaineering in Nova Scotia.” The Academy Annual. Halifax, N.S.: N.S. Printing Co., Christmas 1898: 11.

1900

Poem: Bell, Winthrop P. “A Farmer’s Elegy”. Methodist Magazine and Review. (44:2) July 1900: 82.

1902

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “A Commercial Enterprise of Bygone Years.” The Argosy. (28:6) March 1902: 190-194.

1903

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Thoughts of the Fight.” The Argosy. (29:5) February 1903: 137-145.

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Aesthetics of the Railway – A Suggestion.” The Argosy. (30:3) December 1903: 77-82.

1905

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “Two Problems.” The Argosy. (31:8) May 1905: 280-283.

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “Mount Allison Songs.” The Argosy. (32:3) December 1905: 147-149.

1908

Cover design for Mount Allison Songs. The Eurhetorian Society of the University of Mount Allison College, 1908.

Lyrics: “Toast Song”. Mount Allison Songs. The Eurhetorian Society of the University of Mount Allison College, 1908: 8-9.

Lyrics: “Alma Mater Song”. Mount Allison Songs. The Eurhetorian Society of the University of Mount Allison College, 1908: 20-22.

Lyrics: “An Alumni Song”. Mount Allison Songs. The Eurhetorian Society of the University of Mount Allison College, 1908: 36-37.

1909

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Reasons and Meanings.” The Argosy. (35:7) April 1909: 254-258.

1910

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “A Letter from an English University.” The Argosy. (36:8) May 1910: 302-311.

1911

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “The College Man and National Problems.” The Argosy. (37:6) March 1911: 272-282.

1912

Article: Bell, W.P. “Graduate Study in Various Countries.” The Argosy. (38:7) April 1912: 316-325. [part one]

Article: Bell, W.P. “Graduate Study in Various Countries.” The Argosy. (38:8) May 1912: 372-380. [part two]

1913

Lyrics: The Argosy. (39:7) April 1913: 369, 395.

1924

Article: Bell, W.P. “Pragmatism and the trend of current philosophy: notes suggested by reading Dr. Philip’s article in the August “Argosy”.” The Argosy. (3:1) November 1924: 37-51.

1930

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “Why fuss about the trawler?” MacLean’s Magazine. (43:8) April 15, 1930: 8, 72, 75-76, 78, 80.

Address: Bell, Winthrop. “Nova Scotia’s Interests in the Trawler Controversy.” Kiwanis Club, Halifax, N.S. April 14, 1930.

1938

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Economic co-operation within the Commonwealth: Obvious, perhaps, but ...?” Toronto: Canadian Institute of International Affairs, (No. 66-100) May 1938. [Not for publication]

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “The Radio and Monopoly.” Saturday Night. (53:29) May 21, 1938: 7

Letter to the Editor: Bell, Winthrop P. “Depreciation a Source of “Real Money.” The New York Times: Annalist. March 11, 1938

1939

Letter to the Editor: Bell, Winthrop P. “Profs and Propaganda.” Saturday Night. (54:42) August 19, 1939: 10.

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “Exterminate non-Germans, dogma of “Mein Kampf”.” Saturday Night. (55:4) November 25, 1939: 2.

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “Hitler’s extermination policy is world-wide.” Saturday Night. (55:5) December 2, 1939: 2.

1940

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Poor but honest.” The Argosy Weekly. (66:18) March 9, 1940: 19-20.

1946

Letter to the Editor: Bell, Winthrop P. “Sable Island Horses.” Saturday Night. (61:42) June 22, 1946: 2.

Book review: Chandler, Albert R., Rosenberg’s Nazi Myth. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1945, reviewed in: Philosophy and Phenomenological Research. (7:1) 1946: 175-178.

1947

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “A Hessian conscript’s account of life in garrison at Halifax at the time of the American Revolution.” Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society. (27) 1947: 125-146.

Translation: Renner, Albrecht. “Sunflower in Germany, 1946.” trans. Winthrop P. Bell. Saturday Night. (62:45) July 12, 1947: 33.

1949

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “A Halifax Boyhood of One Hundred and Twenty Years Ago.” Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society. (28) 1949: 106-132. [Read before the Nova Scotia Historical Society - March 5, 1948]

1950

Book Review: Hart, Samuel L., Treatise on Values. New York: Philosophical Library, 1949, reviewed in: The Dalhousie Review. (29:1) 1950: 104-105.

1951

Article: Bell, Winthrop P. “Wm. Morley Tweedie ... an appreciation.” The Mount Allison Record. (34:2) Winter 1951: 14-15.

1952

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “Hon. Hugh Bell, founder of the Nova Scotia Hospital.” The Nova Scotia Medical Bulletin. (31:3) March 1952: 61-71.

Article with quotation from Dr. Bell: “Reason : What do to about it.” The Mount Allison Record. (35:1) Spring 1952: 20.

1954

Published work: Bell, Winthrop. Brigadier-General Jedidiah Preble (1707-1784) and his participation in Nova Scotia history. Halifax: Halcraft Printing Ltd., 1954.

1957

Article: Bell, Winthrop. “The Settlers from the Azores, 1750." Collections of the Nova Scotia Historical Society. (31) 1957: 19-37.

1959

Letter to the Editor: Bell, Winthrop. “Silly Enough?” Saturday Night. (74:11) May 23, 1959: 3.

1961

Published work: Bell, Winthrop P. The “Foreign Protestants” and the Settlement of Nova Scotia. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1961.

1962

Published work: Bell, Winthrop Pickard. A Genealogical Study. Sackville, New Brunswick: The Tribune Press, 1962.

1963

Letter to the Editor: Bell, Winthrop. “I am very glad to see Ian Sclander’s warning.” Maclean’s. (76:14) July 27, 1963: 7.

1990

Published work: Bell, Winthrop Pickard. The “Foreign Protestants” and the Settlement of Nova Scotia. Reprint ed. Sackville, N.B.: Acadiensis Press, 1990.

2003

Published work: Bell, Winthrop P. Register of the Foreign Protestants of Nova Scotia (ca. 1749-1770). Ed. Dr. J. Christopher Young. Guelph: JC Young, 2003, 2 volumes.