|Series||Memorandum / House of Lords Record Office -- no.54|
|Contributions||Great Britain. Parliament. House of Lords. Record Office.|
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(–), British publicist, capitalist, and newspaper publisher. William Maxwell Aitken was born in Maple, Ont., in He became a financier and moved to England in. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Alex Cubie (illustrator). 1st Edition. Rupert Annual - Published by Beaverbrook Newspapers Ltd., London, Illustrated laminated boards; Rupert holding snowman. pages. Octavo ( cm high). First story is Rupert and the Iron Spade. The first cover design and end papers by Alex Cubie. William Maxwell Aitken Beaverbrook, 1st Baron, –, British financier, statesman, and newspaper owner, b. Canada. The son of a Scottish Presbyterian clergyman, he grew up near Beaverbrook, N.B. He made a fortune in business and was probably a millionaire when he went to England in Director’s Biography Author, art gallery director, curator and speaker, Tom Smart has worked in art galleries and museums across Canada and the United States. From to , Smart launched his career as the Beaverbrook Art Gallery’s Curator.
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