From the McMaster University Queen's University Archives and the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library of the University of Toronto comes Historical Perspectives on Canadian Publishing, a collection of almost 100 essays that highlight different aspects of the history of Canadian publishing. These essays, which are referred to as case studies, are authored by English scholars and accompanied by related archival material. One such case study documents the history of Aboriginal authorship in twentieth century Canada. Another case study, "Publishing for Children: McClelland and Stewart's Long Legacy" pays homage to the publisher of A.A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh series and L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series. In addition to browsing case study essays, visitors may also browse essays and archival material by date, publisher, creator, and more. In addition, visitors can browse archival material directly by categories including letters, dust jackets, and images.