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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 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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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 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.

7 review for Eaton's: The Trans-Canada Store (Landmarks)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jolie Hamer-Conroy

    A well-researched love letter to a once-grand Canadian department store. Having been born and raised by parents and grandparents who were loyal Eaton's shoppers, I still can't believe that this department store is now nothing but a small footnote in Canadian history. They shopped at Eaton's because of the high quality of their products. I think that my nan had the same fridge for the entire duration of her 50+ year marriage! But Eaton's was so much more than the high quality products. Being in th A well-researched love letter to a once-grand Canadian department store. Having been born and raised by parents and grandparents who were loyal Eaton's shoppers, I still can't believe that this department store is now nothing but a small footnote in Canadian history. They shopped at Eaton's because of the high quality of their products. I think that my nan had the same fridge for the entire duration of her 50+ year marriage! But Eaton's was so much more than the high quality products. Being in the store made you feel fancy and sophisticated. The staff were so incredibly polished and professional. Going with my mom or grandma to the restaurant in Eaton's to get a small plate of French fries and a piece of cake made me feel like the fanciest kid in the world. From a shopper's point of view, nobody, and I mean, NOBODY could have imagined that Eaton's would be completely erased from the scene. That was unimaginable! Bruce Allen Kopytek thoughtfully outlines the story of Eaton's from humble beginning to humble end. This book is densely packed with the story, laced together with pictures and detailed descriptions of the various buildings throughout Canada. There are also plenty of stories from former customers and employees alike. This book is well-researched and written with love. And I am grateful to walk down this memory lane once again.

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