|Title||Social Progress : a study in family and industrial relationships|
|Dates of Creation||1926|
A soft-cover book which contains philosophical writings that examine morality, progress, industry, and worldly affairs. The book is highly illustrated with well-known paintings and etchings.
Handwritten on the front cover is "Alex. McNeil Esq. 'The Corran'. With Kind regards J [P] R", with "1926".
This is one of the books originally housed in the library of the Alexander McNeill household, known as "The Corran", located north of Wiarton.
|Provenance||This is one of the books originally housed in the library of the Alexander McNeill household, known as "The Corran", located north of Wiarton.|
|Collection||McNeill, Alexander collection|
|Physical Description||64 p. : ill. ; 33 cm.|
|Level of Description||Item|