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-Sinclair, D. (1968). “Individual items of interest in the Forbes Collection.” Renaissance and Reformation 5(1): 14–24.\\+Sinclair, D. (1968). “Individual items of interest in the Forbes Collection.” Renaissance and Reformation 5 (1): 14–24.\\
  
-Sinclair, D. (1969). “The Forbes Collection—collecting habits and the personal library.” Renaissance and Reformation 5(2): 13–16.\\+Sinclair, D. (1969). “The Forbes Collection—collecting habits and the personal library.” Renaissance and Reformation 5 (2): 13–16.\\
  
 Sinclair, D. (1970). “The Tennyson Collection in Victoria College Library.” Victorian Studies Association Newsletter 6: 12–14.\\ Sinclair, D. (1970). “The Tennyson Collection in Victoria College Library.” Victorian Studies Association Newsletter 6: 12–14.\\
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 Sinclair, D. (1971). ‘Winifred Cotter’ and Helena Coleman.” Canadian Notes and Queries 7: 11–12.\\ Sinclair, D. (1971). ‘Winifred Cotter’ and Helena Coleman.” Canadian Notes and Queries 7: 11–12.\\
  
-Sinclair, D. (1973). “The first pirated edition of Tennyson’s poems.” The Book Collector 22(2): 177–188.\\+Sinclair, D. (1973). “The first pirated edition of Tennyson’s poems.” The Book Collector 22 (2): 177–188.\\
  
 Sinclair, D., & Warkentin, G. (eds.). (1976). The new world journal of Alexander Graham Dunlop//, // 1845. Toronto: Dundurn Press.\\ Sinclair, D., & Warkentin, G. (eds.). (1976). The new world journal of Alexander Graham Dunlop//, // 1845. Toronto: Dundurn Press.\\
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 Sinclair’s comparatively short but accomplished career in academic librarianship and bibliography exemplified the increasing importance of subject specialization of librarians to the institutional prestige of university libraries.\\ Sinclair’s comparatively short but accomplished career in academic librarianship and bibliography exemplified the increasing importance of subject specialization of librarians to the institutional prestige of university libraries.\\
-Sinclair’s graduate thesis, //​Metamorphosis and Mimesis in Sir Philip Sidney’s // Arcadia, was supervised by William Blissett and completed in 1966.\\+Sinclair’s graduate thesis, //​Metamorphosis and Mimesis in Sir Philip Sidney’s ​// //Arcadia//, was supervised by William Blissett and completed in 1966.\\
 Sinclair was the first Bibliographical Fellow of the newly established Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, and was appointed to the position by its founder, David Hoeniger. At the time of his death, he was a Ph.D. student in bibliography at the University of London, completing a dissertation under the supervision of Arthur Brown.\\ Sinclair was the first Bibliographical Fellow of the newly established Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies, and was appointed to the position by its founder, David Hoeniger. At the time of his death, he was a Ph.D. student in bibliography at the University of London, completing a dissertation under the supervision of Arthur Brown.\\
 His mother, Dorothy Sinclair, donated his papers to Victoria University Library in 1974.\\ His mother, Dorothy Sinclair, donated his papers to Victoria University Library in 1974.\\
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