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Lindsay,

town (1991 pop. 16,696), SE Ont., Canada, on the Scugog River, NE of Toronto. It is an industrial town, with woolen, flour, and lumber mills, in an agricultural and scenic lake district.

Lindsay

1. (Nicholas) Vachel . 1879--1931, US poet; best known for General William Booth (1913) and The Congo (1914)
2. Norman Alfred William. 1879--1969, Australian artist and writer
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41) Services to members proposed were: the loan by Mullins and George Garnsey to the society of bookplate literature for use by members; the formation of a society bookplate collection; that 'a period at each meeting be devoted by members to the exchange of bookplates'; and that the Society should compile lists of plates designed by Australian artists, starting with Lionel Lindsay and John Shirlow.
He stated it came from the embattled Chief Constable of Glamorgan, one Captain Lionel Lindsay of Ystrad Fawr.