Series 1 - Seagram Memorabilia Collection

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Seagram Memorabilia Collection

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SCA131-GA104C-1

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  • 1765-1926 (Creation)
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    Seagram Museum

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4 cm of textual records

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The Seagram Memorabilia Collection was originally housed at the Seagram Information Centre in Lasalle, Quebec, and was moved to the Seagram Museum in the early 1980's. After the Museum's closure in 1997 this collection was distributed among the various recipients of the Museum's archival and library holdings. Some items related in scope are included in this series although they were later acquisitions.

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Series consists of documents illustrative of some aspects of the history of beverage alcohol, particularly in North America. Contains correspondence, ephemera, manuscripts and newspapers relating to the shipment of wine and alcohol to Canada in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to eighteenth-century distilling processes, to a single piece of ephemera relating to prohibition in Canada in the 1920's.

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