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Researcher’s Toolkit

 

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1929

Royal Trust became the first company in Canada to "use the air to sell" on a large scale in Canada. The company sent 400 letters and copies of "What We Can Do for You" to St. Catharines and Niagara Falls by air mail on September 13 when the Niagara District opened its airport.

 

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1955 – Bank librarians serving business research needs

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