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Canada Club, 1810-2010: gleanings from history

£16.99

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221pp. Fine with DJ (very good). Clean, crisp, and tightly bound, with no inscriptions or annotations. DJ has minor scuff marks to rear, and minor edgewear.
Edited by Margaret Egan.

In 2010, the Canada Club, a dining club for members whose lives or businesses have Canadian connections, celebrated its bicentennial. It is one of the oldest dining clubs in London and older than Canada itself. This book is a journey through two hundred years of Canada Club records, 1810-2010. Drawing from the archive of the Canada Club, it records the dinners and the speakers who have informed, inspired and entertained members and their guests.

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Author(s):
Egan, Margaret, ed.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
22 x 14 cm
Edition:
1st ed., 2010
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956386733
ISBN-13:
9780956386731
Number of pages:
221
Publisher:
Rare Books and Berry for the Ondaatje Foundation

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221pp. Fine with DJ (very good). Clean, crisp, and tightly bound, with no inscriptions or annotations. DJ has minor scuff marks to rear, and minor edgewear.
Edited by Margaret Egan.

In 2010, the Canada Club, a dining club for members whose lives or businesses have Canadian connections, celebrated its bicentennial. It is one of the oldest dining clubs in London and older than Canada itself. This book is a journey through two hundred years of Canada Club records, 1810-2010. Drawing from the archive of the Canada Club, it records the dinners and the speakers who have informed, inspired and entertained members and their guests.

Author(s):
Egan, Margaret, ed.
Condition:
Fine
Dimensions:
22 x 14 cm
Edition:
1st ed., 2010
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0956386733
ISBN-13:
9780956386731
Number of pages:
221
Publisher:
Rare Books and Berry for the Ondaatje Foundation

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