EATON’S: The Trans-Canada Store


Discover the rags-to-riches story of Joseph L. Hudson, the culinary delights of Hudson’s restaurants, and the stories of people that made it all happen – right here in Detroit. This is the story of The J. L. Hudson Company.

Published by The History Press

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Join historian Bruce Allen Kopytek in this history of The T. Eaton Co., Limited, a beloved and impactful Canadian institution for well over a century. Eaton’s wasn’t just Canada’s largest and most well-known department Store— it was an icon of Canadian culture. From the day of its founding in 1869, through its famed catalogue to its large stores which spread from coast to coast across Canada, Eaton’s offered something for everyone, and did it in grand style. Relive the days when this remarkable store was a fixture in every Canadian province, and served its customers with a distinctive personality and unique character which has all but vanished from the Canadian retail scene.

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Weight4 lbs
Dimensions6 × 9 × .375 in
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4 lbs