|Acteur (nom propre) : VAN NORMAN, Joseph|
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(Citation) "Joseph Van Norman, proprietor of the important works
at Normandale in Upper Canada (...) deserves particular
attention, primarily because [Van Norman's name] was one of the
most important iron works of the day and because of his important
contributions to the design and manufacture of Canadian stoves.
(Résumé) Van Norman works established subsidiary foundries in
Toronto and other communities so that his wares could be
manufacturee nearer the market".
Eric Arthur et Thomas Ritchie, Iron: Cast and Wrought Iron in Canada from the Seventeenth Century to the Présent, Toronto, Buffalo, London, University of Toronto Press, 1982 : 7.