RARE, Original Canadian Ti mothy E aton Quarter Century Club (T.E.Q.C.C.) Certificate for Mrs. May Arnold (1887-1962), Photo Images including, Sir T. E., Stamped Signatures (including R.Y. E aton), No. 225, Dated, Sept. 19, 1913, c1938, Original Frame: 10 3/4" x 8.6"; Sight Image: 9.6" x 7.55", with border staining.
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There are photo images of the founder, Sir T. E. (1834-1907), Sir J ohn Cr aig E aton (1876-1922), & attributed one of Ms. M ay Ar nold. One of the signatures are of the president of E. (1922-1933), Ro bert Yo ung E aton (1875-1956). The other stamped signatures are Al fred J Lo ndon (March 18, 1873-Aug. 31, 1953, Forest Lawn Mausoleum, Toronto), & Ar thur E dgar Ap ted (August 8, 1884-March 1, 1956, Mount Pleasant Cemetery).
An iconic name in Canadian business, E. was once Canada's largest department store retailer, known for its eagerly anticipated Christmas catalogues, & its Santa Claus Parade. It was started by Sir T. E. (1834-1907), an Irish immigrant who opened the first store at 178 Yonge St. in Toronto, Ontario, & closed its doors in 2002.
Select Citations: Death Notice, Ma y Ar nold, 77 St. Clarens Ave., Toronto, member of T.E.Q.C.C., Internment at Highland Memory Gardens., pg. 29, Nov. 21, 1962, The Globe & Mail. London, Alfred J clk Ea tons h 414 Strathmore blvd, 1939 Mights Greater Toronto City Directory.
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