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Quebec, Canada: Quebec Unit 33, A&NVA, 1935. Original editions. Near Fine. This group comprises: (1) a promotional flyer, printed in dark blue on light blue stock, including a group photo of the 14th annual convention, 9" x 12"; (2) an extensive list of winners in the 27th charity sweepstakes, March 29, 1935, with a subscription total of $463,340; (3) a book of six certificates of membership in the 28th sweepstakes, June 5, 1935. "There are four sweepstakes organized and managed by this Association each year....[based on] four races of major importance run in England at different great racing centres under the rules of the Jockey Club, London, Eng....It is seldom that more than 30 of the horses actually run...," etc, etc.
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