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|Title||Imperial Oil Review, Vol. 57, Nos. 1-4|
|Publisher||Imperial Oil Limited|
|Place of Publication||Toronto|
|Document Type||Journal, Pamphlet, Company Records|
|Sub-commodity||Wine and Spirits, Timber|
|Theme||Ecology and the Environment; Exploration and Discovery; Health and Welfare; Production|
|Keywords||pipe, gas, oil well, pollution, flora and fauna, automobile, climate, gasoline, oil rig, hydrocarbon exploration, fuel, drilling, machinery, construction, furniture, shipping, timber, birch, spruce, climate, indigenous peoples, costs and prices, profit, soil, labour, shares, refinery|
|Places||North Atlantic; Canada, Ontario, Alberta, Québec|
|Company or Organisation||Imperial Oil Limited|
The original purpose of the publication was to provide employees with a medium in which their opinions, suggestions and experiences may be exchanged and to acquaint them with interesting and useful information about the Company's business. It evolved to also be of interest to shareholders, annuitants and the public.
Please see the back of the volume for an index to all 1973 issues of the Imperial Oil Review