Catalog Record: Premium list of the first annual Fat Stock Show to be held in the city of Toronto, on December 14 and 15, 1883 under the auspices of the Agricultural and Arts Association of Ontario and the Toronto Electoral Division Agricultural Society | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Premium list of the first annual Fat Stock Show to be held in the city of Toronto, on December 14 and 15, 1883 [electronic resource] : under the auspices of the Agricultural and Arts Association of Ontario and the Toronto Electoral Division Agricultural Society.

Language(s): English
Published: [Toronto? : s.n.], 1883
Subjects: Bétail > Expositions > Ontario > Toronto.
Agriculture > Expositions > Ontario > Toronto.
Livestock exhibitions > Ontario > Toronto.
Agricultural exhibitions > Ontario > Toronto.
Note: In double columns.
Cover title.
ISBN: 0665586671
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