Official Souvenir. Visit of the Canadian Manufacturers to Great Britain June - July Nineteen Hundred and Five
COOPER, EDMONDS and HEDLEY, Messrs. (eds.).
The Canadian Manufacturers' Association, founded 1871, was incorporated by Act of Parliament 1902 to promote Canadian industries and to further the interests of Canadian manufacturers and exporters. The CMA's 1905 trip to Europe included sightseeing at Windsor Castle (including a brief audience with Edward VII), a reception with the London Chamber of Commerce, the Royal Ascot, industrial centres such as Birmingham, Sheffield, Liverpool, a brief excursion to Edinburgh and several days in Paris.
Publisher: Canadian Manufacturers' Association
Date Published: 1905
Place Published: Toronto
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 120 p. 22 cm. 76 b&w photos. Leather softcover with crest of C.M.A. on front. Chipped lower spine and roughened edges. Endpapers slightly soiled. Address label affixed to title page.