Travel and Tourism
During the Second World War, these magazines were published by Morny, an up-scale pharmacy and parfumerie. It was given out to Officers in His Majesty's Armed Forces and the Civil Defence Forces as a tourist guide while they were on leave in London, England. This edition featured various social clubs, restaurants and theatres.
HMT Grampian was a steam ship owned by Allan Line Steam Ships Company and used as a troop carrier during the First World War. It carried Canadian troops to and from Europe, and at least one voyage produced this little shipboard newsletter.
During the war, Canada marketed itself to American tourists to try to attract American money to Canada. Come experience the rugged wilderness of Canada's Rockies, serviced by Canadian Pacific Rail, including stops at hotels, resorts, and attractions along the way!