Title THE CANADIAN ANNUAL REVIEW OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS. 1919. NINETEENTH YEAR OF ISSUE.
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition Good
Jacket Condition No Jacket
Publisher Toronto The Canadian Annual Review 1920
Seller ID 28928
955 pp, 9 1/8" H. Red cloth with gilt lettering/banding on spine. B&w photographs, drawing, map (Official Map of the Western Front When the Hindenburg Line was broken through by the British and Canadian Forces). Advertising section, pages 908-932. Chapter Headings: Canadian Echoes of the World War; Canadian Relations with Foreign Countries; Canadian Relations with the Empire; The Prince of Wales in Canada; Agriculture: The Organized Farmers; The 1919 Record of Farmers' Organizations; Industry: The Organized Manufacturers; Labour: The Organized Workmen; Educational Interests and Institutions; Dominion Goverment and Politics; The Province of Ontario in 1919; Quebec and the Maritime Provinces; The Western Provinces and British Columbia. Concludes with short notes on the North-West Territories, Territory of the Yukon; Canadian Obituary for 1919; Index of Names; Index of Affairs. Also includes a Special Supplement on Canadian Finances, Resources, Business Annual Reports and Addresses with reference to: Canadian Pacific Railway; Canadian Bank of Commerce; Bank of Montreal; Royal Bank of Canada; Merchants Bank of Canada; Dominion Bank; Canada Life Assurance Company; Sun Life Assurance Company; Home Bank of Canada; Toronto General Trusts' Corporation and Overland Factories, Toronto. **Please note: This is a heavy volume and may require extra postage for delivery outside of Canada and the United States.** Tear with creases at the bottom edge of pages 169 to 180 (six page leaves) - archivally taped, two previous owner's names in ink on free front endpaper, a few small tears to paper on inside rear hinge - holding well, light browning to edges of text block, shelf soiling on bottom of text block, light edge wear - a little more at corners, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, heavy fading to colour at fore-edges of boards, slight fading to color on spine and at top of rear board near fore-edge, several very small light liquid marks on rear board.