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Timothy Eaton and the rise of his department store

by Joy L. Santink

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto, Buffalo .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Eaton, Timothy, 1834-1907,
    • Businesspeople -- Canada -- Biography,
    • Department stores -- Canada -- History

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [267]-306) and index.

      StatementJoy L. Santink.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHC112.5.E2 S26 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 319 p. :
      Number of Pages319
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1580520M
      ISBN 100802027202
      LC Control Number91103369

      Golden jubilee, –; a book to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the T. Eaton Co. Limited, by the Scribe (Toronto and Winnipeg, ). Ross Harkness, J. E. Atkinson of the “Star” (Toronto, ). J. L. Santink, Timothy Eaton and the rise of his department store (Toronto, ). General Bibliography. Timothy Eaton’s brother, Robert, established a dry goods business in St. Mary’s. In Timothy and his other brother James set up in business in a log cabin in Kirkton some ten miles from St. Mary’s. The business was known as the J and T Eaton General Store. Timothy recognised the.

      In , Sears announced the end of the eatons mini-chain, and the Polo Park store was slated for conversion to an outlet of Eaton's historic rival, the Bay department store. Fred Eaton made arrangements for the statue to be moved to St. Mary's, Ontario, the . Timothy Eaton and the Rise of His Department Store by Joy L. Santink (English) P. C Canadian Canada The Store That Timothy Built Eaton's Reference Book. C $; Buy It Now +C $ shipping The First Book of Timothy by Robert Eaton Kelley-First Edition/DJ 6. C $; Buy It Now +C $ shipping; From United States; What's.

      The Eaton’s Queen Street Store on Ap The view looks south on Yonge Street toward Queen Street, the east facade of the Simpson’s Store (now The Bay) visible in the distance. Behind the white hoarding, to the north of the Eaton’s Store (in the foreground), construction is underway for . Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Eatons: The rise and fall of Canada's royal family at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.


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Timothy Eaton and the Rise of His Department Store Book Description: Joy Santink offers a biography of Timothy Eaton which is at the same time a history of the first forty years of the Eaton store in Toronto and an account of the revolutionary changes in the way goods were sold during this period.

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Toronto ; Buffalo: University of Toronto Press, (OCoLC) Named Person: Timothy Eaton; Timothy Eaton; Timothy Eaton; Timothy Eaton, Unternehmer. Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joy L Santink.

Get this from a library. Timothy Eaton and the rise of his department store. [Joy L Santink] -- Joy Santink offers a biography of Timothy Eaton which is at the same time a history of the first forty years of the Eaton store in Toronto and an account of the revolutionary changes in the way goods.

Timothy Eaton (March – 31 January ) was an Irish businessman who founded the Eaton's department store, one of the most important retail businesses in Canada's history.

He was born in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland (now Northern Ireland). His parents were Scottish Protestants, John Eaton and Margaret for: Founder of Eaton's. This page (first edition) copy offers a look at Timothy Eaton and the rise of his department store includes 20 pages of b&w illustrations.

The condition of this hard cover book is Ex-Library (this copy has very little ex-lib distraction) with all the applicable marks, stickers, etc.

Timothy Eaton and the rise of his department store, Joy L. Santink.Toronto Public Library. Toronto: University of Toronto, pp, 9 1/4" H. B&w photographs. "Inwhen Timothy Eaton opened his small dry goods store on Yonge Street in Toronto, the term 'department store' was unknown in North America and in Europe.

TIMOTHY EATON AND THE RISE OF HIS DEPARTMENT STORE. Santink, Joy Toronto, University of Toronto Press, pp, cloth, $, ISBN CIP Grades 12 and up/Ages 17 and up. Reviewed by Jean Farquharson.

Volume 18 Number 5 September. Timothy Eaton is known from coast to coast in Canada for revolutionary merchandising and for building a retail empire by supplying the needs of city dwellers and country folk alike.

Despite his fame, Eaton preferred to remain largely in the background; he never became a public figure, and he. In this unauthorized corporate history, financial journalist Rod McQueen describes the rise and fall of the Eaton’s department store empire and what really happened to the family behind the throne.

The founder of Eaton’s, Timothy Eaton, an Irish emigrant with a solid work ethic, would be turning in his grave if he could see the inefficient. The book is, however, well worth the read, especially as it tells the fascinating tale of the beginning of the business in Toronto that was launched by Timothy Eaton in Parts of the history could do with more fleshing out, yet despite his bias, McQueen does make his case about what happens when a store's owners stop minding the store/5(11).

According to the publisher of Joy L. Santink’s book, Timothy Eaton and the Rise of his Department Store, “Inwhen Timothy Eaton opened his small dry goods store on Yonge Street in Toronto, the term ‘department store’ was unknown in North America and in Europe.

By the s, the phrase had entered the language. Timothy Eaton Timothy Eaton, merchant, founder of Canada's largest privately owned department store, the T.

EATON CO LTD (b near Ballymena, Ire ; d at Toronto 31 Jan ). After apprenticing in a general store in Ireland, Eaton followed 2 older brothers to Canada and worked for a time at a store in Upper Canada. Timothy Eaton with his son and eventual successor John Craig Eaton in his office at Eaton’s department store, Toronto in his store grew rapidly as a rise in living standards in the Author: Nathan Mannion.

That is the type of hubris Rod McQueen depicts in his book about the rise and fall of Eaton's, Canada's famous chain of department stores. The four brothers who ultimately presided over the store's demise were cut from the same cloth as that long-ago Nicolas/5.

Timothy Eaton was one of Canada's most revolutionary retailers of his day. His greatest initiative was the Eatons' catalogue which reached a vast rural population during the late 's.

Eaton Co. Limited, or more commonly known as Eaton’s, was founded in Toronto inby Timothy Eaton. It was one of the most successful department store retailers in Canada during the late s to mid s.

Timothy Eaton’s success can be attributed to his strategy of appealing to the. Canadian business journalist Rod McQueen' The Eatons: The Rise and Fall of Canada's Royal Family, is an entertaining, well-written, and very well-researched analysis of why Eaton's--for a century Canada's dominant department store chain--faltered and closed inleaving only placenames like the Toronto Eaton Centre and a brief historical website occupying a URL that could have been an /5.

When the Eaton's department-store chain was in trouble in the s, Mr. Eaton pitched in, meeting with shoppers and store staff in Alberta, while. During the s Eaton's had a 50 per cent market share and was Canada's top department store. • In Eaton's had an estima employees and over 90 retail outlets across Canada, many.

The Timothy Eaton Memorial Church, on Toronto’s St. Clair Avenue, was completed in It testifies to Eaton’s steadfast faith. Further Reading. John Bassett, Timothy Eaton (Toronto Fitzhenry and Whiteside, ). Joy I. Santink, Timothy Eaton and the Rise of His Department Store (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ).Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Store That Timothy Built by W.

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