Titre : Helgað minningu Eiríks Jónssonar, Vilborgar ...
PUBLISHER: [Winnipeg?,  - Iceland's National Library site, Gegnir, gives date as [1940?]. Descr. 19 pages; myndir/front portrait; 20 cm. This is a memorial booklet honouring an Icelandic-Canadian/American couple and their son. This couple spent 22 years in North Dakota and for about twenty additional years near Arborg, Manitoba, where they farmed. The son was a railway engineer. Per.Subject: Eiríkur Jónsson 1850-1937; Vilborg Stefánsdóttir -1930; Sigurður Níels Johnson 1879-1939. Subject Æviþættir; Biographical Study or Vignette; Text (memories, eulogies) by Sigurdur Olafsson and B. J. Hornfjord; poem by Einar P. Jonson (prominent Icelandic Canadian newspaper editor) . Referenced in Hjartar, p. 24 Hjartar places this in his bibliography under works published in North America. At time of cataloguing, no copies listed on AMICUS; not at Cornell; not in Peel. Only 3 known copies in Iceland, judghing by Gegnir. Very Rare. N° de réf. du libraire 34378
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