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  1. ^ Gammel, Irene. Baroness Elsa: Gender, Dada and Everyday Modernity. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2002, 155
  2. ^ qtd. in Gammel, Baroness Elsa, 127.
  3. ^ Gammel, Baroness Elsa, 132.
  4. ^ Gammel, Baroness Elsa, 144.
  5. ^ See Temple Scott's edition, which is extant in Grove's Library Collection at the UMA. See also the opening pages of Grove's 1927 Search for America, which provides details that led to the discovery of FPG's transatlantic passage in October 1998, shortly after the "In Memoriam FPG: 1879-1948-1998" Symposium commemorating the 50th Anniversary of his death
  6. ^ Gammel, Baroness Elsa, 145.
  7. ^ Gammel, Baroness Elsa, 154.
  8. ^ Gammel, Baroness Elsa, 153.
  9. ^ Leonard Grove was a lawyer who lived in Toronto. He died in October 2006, just a few days shy of his 76th birthday.
  10. ^ Klassen, Henry Cornelius (1977). The Canadian West : social change and economic development. Calgary: University of Calgary Press. p. 27. 
  11. ^ Gammel, Irene. “Staging Personalities in Modernism and Realism.” Cambridge History of Canadian Literature. Ed. Coral Ann Howells and Eva-Marie Kröller. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2009, 251.
  12. ^ Gammel, “Staging Personalities,” 252.
  13. ^ Gammel, “Staging Personalities,” 254.
  14. ^ Freytag-Loringhoven, Body Sweats: The Uncensored Writings of Elsa Von Freytag-Loringhoven. Ed. Irene Gammel and Suzanne Zelazo. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2011, 240-41, 380.

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