Marketing records, 1942-1994.
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Seagram maintained research departments at their Louisville, Kentucky and LaSalle, Quebec plants. At LaSalle, subjects of research included topics regarding distilling, production, packaging, distilling by-products and alternative uses for alcohol. From the description of Research records, 1937-1964. (Hagley Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 122573345 Charles Bronfman (1931- ) is the second son and forth child of Seagram Company founder Samuel Bronfman. Appointed di...
Canadian poet, humorist, essayist, teacher and historian, Leacock was born at Wanmore, England, December 30, 1869; died at Toronto March 28, 1944. Among his many books are College Days (1923). From the description of Bell collection of Leacock papers 1913-1932. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 225405530 Canadian writer and economist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Montreal, to Mr. Glass, 1919 May 17. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 593956216 ...
The Seagram Museum was built on the site of the original Joseph E. Seagram distillery in Waterloo, Ontario, which was purchased by the Bronfman family in 1927. Opened May 16, 1984, the museum was the vision of Charles Bronfman, Co-Chairman of the Board of The Seagram Company, Ltd. Plans for the museum were announced in January, 1981 and construction began that spring. Architects for the building, which adapted a late 19th century rack warehouse, were Barton Myers Associates. The ent...