Lord Mount Stephen (First President of Canadian Pacific Railway) ; An Address Given at the National Newcomen Luncheon

By: Coleman, D.C.

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An address delivered July 11, 1945, by D.C. Coleman, Chairman and President, Canadian Pacific Railway, in honour of its first president, George Stephen. Interesting accounts of quarrels with William Van Horne and James J. Hill as to routes of the new railway, and disappointment over Sir John Macdonald's failure to give Canadian Pacific joint and equal rights over the Government-owned route from Saint John to Halifax. 15 pp.

Title: Lord Mount Stephen (First President of Canadian Pacific Railway) ; An Address Given at the National Newcomen Luncheon

Author Name: Coleman, D.C.

Categories: Social History, Business,

Publisher: N.Y., 1945

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Good Plus

Type: Booklet

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Seller ID: 003870

Keywords: Speech. Honours.