Banff Springs; the story of a hotel, 4th ed.097823751X
Banff Springs; the story of a hotel, 4th ed.
Reads like a company history (but if such works were devoted to institutions as worthy as the Banff Springs Hotel The Banff Springs Hotel is a former railway hotel done in Scottish Baronial style, located in the Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. The hotel, designed by architect Bruce Price, and written with Robinson's style the genre would command as much respect as it now suffers contempt). A fine history of a noble old pile. Thoroughly illustrated in color and b&w. Topics: golf course, Bow River Bow River
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