Eaton's: The Trans-Canada Store

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Arcadia Publishing, Oct 21, 2014 - History - 464 pages
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Explore the broad, fascinating history of the Eaton's department store empire. Exhaustively researched and thoughtfully written by a prominent department store historian. Canada's largest and most well-known department store, Eaton's was an icon of Canadian culture. From its founding in 1869 to its famed catalogue and network of large stores spreading coast to coast, Eaton's offered something for everyone, in grand style. Relive the days when this remarkable store was a fixture in every Canadian province and served its customers with a distinctive personality that has all but vanished from the retail landscape.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
Toronto the Good
The Book of Timothy
Go West Yonge Man
Sir John and the Lady
Regency Style
Chez Eaton au Québec
Plains and Mountains
The Old College
All in the Family
Pacific Heights
Love a Parade
Where All the Lights Are Bright
The Fall of the House of Eaton
Timeline of the T Eaton Co Limited
More Eatons Stories

Ocean Limited
Steel Away

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About the author (2014)

Bruce Allen Kopytek is an architect and author residing in Shelby Township, Michigan. His books are the award-winning "Jacobson's, I Miss it So!" and "Toledo's Three Ls, " both about iconic historic department stores. He maintains a popular blog called The Department Store Museum.

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