Calgary Author Jack Dunn Visits Ducktoes

Yesterday at Ducktoes, we had quite the treat. Calgary author Jack Dunn dropped by asked for computer help.  The Globe and Mail was about to publish a review of his book, “The North-West Mounted Police 1873 -1885” and needed an image of the bookcover.  Jack, not that much of a techie, asked for help. Glad to oblige, I found the image on his cd and sent it by email to the Globe and Mail reporter.

Author jack Dunn holds a copy of his new book.

His quite comprehensive book was based on research found in newspapers, diaries, and letters from those years.  It contains previously 15 unpublished photos and illustrations among many others. Here’s a webpage from the Glenbow Museum showing his sources.

If you’d like a copy of this book, email Jack at [email protected]

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2 thoughts on Calgary Author Jack Dunn Visits Ducktoes

  1. There have been numerous occasions that we’ve walked by this location and there’s a young male (about late 20s or early 30s) that is at the side of the building and he’s smoking cannabis & is extremely unfriendly. We believe he is an employee. Frankly this is not conducive to us patronizing the establishment.

  2. Thank you for this feedback. This does not sound like any of our employees. Perhaps it is a tenant of one of the apartments upstairs. We are all very friendly and hard working.

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