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Spanning six generations and more than two hundred years, The Molson Saga by Shirley E. Woods, Jr., tells the story of the brewery line of the Molson family. In addition to establishing a corporate giant, which the family still control, and which employs more than eleven thousand people in thirty-five countries, the Molsons initiated or played a vital role in such projects as the first steamboat in Canada, the first railway, their own bank, McGill University, the Bank of Montreal, and the Montreal General Hospital. Written with wit and insight, this fast-paced history of one of Canada's oldest, most influential-and most private-families makes fascinating reading. Because the exploits of the family are intertwined with the history of Canada, The Molson Saga, merits a place in everyone's library.

Includes letter (also envelope) from H. Hollis Brace, president of Molson, September 28, 1983 forwarding a copy of the book to Bernard Cammarata later Executive VP of Molson in the U.S..

Hardcover, no marks nor inscriptions, 370 pages clean and bright, table of contents, acknowledgments, bibliography, and index. Stated First Edition, publisher, Doubleday Canada Limited, 1983,, one corner slightly bent. Dustjacket, not price clipped ($24.95), some discoloration, curling and shelf wear.

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The Molson Saga, 1763 - 1983, Bio, First Edition