Item 14729-37

"Mail & Empire" (Precursor to Globe & Mail) Bound Archives of the Month of April 1936 from Legislative Ontario Library - An amazing look at a slice of time in the last century! - 17.5" W x 1.5" D x 21.5" H
The Mail and Empire was formed from the 1895 merger of The Toronto Mail (owned by Charles Alfred Riordan and managed by Christopher W. Bunting) and Toronto Empire newspapers, both conservative newspapers in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It acquired the assets of The Toronto World in 1921, and merged with The Globe in 1936 to form The Globe and Mail.
Though all but forgotten, both the Mail and the Mail and Empire played important roles in the evolution of Canadian newspapers from party mouthpieces to fully rounded publications. A promotional boast that “The Mail Does It All” wasn’t far from the mark.

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