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The Treasures of the CNE: Memorabilia and Tales from the Canadian National Exhibition is a book written by [[Lee Shimano]], a historian and collector of memorabilia from the [[Canadian National Exhibition]] ].  The 180-page book includes full-color photos of the author’s extensive collection of cherished memorabilia from the [[CNE]] bring to life a bygone era. Anecdotes from fellow fans of Canada’s great fair evoke a simpler time when [[CNE]] treats cost just pennies, when admission to the fair was a quarter and when the country fell in love with [[Marilyn Bell]] as she completed her historic swim across [[Lake Ontario]] to Toronto’s shores. Treasures of the [[CNE]] will give readers a chance to reminisce and enjoy tales of the fair’s music, sports, events and amusements from days gone by.
 
The Treasures of the CNE: Memorabilia and Tales from the Canadian National Exhibition is a book written by [[Lee Shimano]], a historian and collector of memorabilia from the [[Canadian National Exhibition]] ].  The 180-page book includes full-color photos of the author’s extensive collection of cherished memorabilia from the [[CNE]] bring to life a bygone era. Anecdotes from fellow fans of Canada’s great fair evoke a simpler time when [[CNE]] treats cost just pennies, when admission to the fair was a quarter and when the country fell in love with [[Marilyn Bell]] as she completed her historic swim across [[Lake Ontario]] to Toronto’s shores. Treasures of the [[CNE]] will give readers a chance to reminisce and enjoy tales of the fair’s music, sports, events and amusements from days gone by.
  

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Lee Shimano authored Treasures of the CNE: Memorabilia and Tales from the Canadian National Exhibition

The Treasures of the CNE: Memorabilia and Tales from the Canadian National Exhibition is a book written by Lee Shimano, a historian and collector of memorabilia from the Canadian National Exhibition ]. The 180-page book includes full-color photos of the author’s extensive collection of cherished memorabilia from the CNE bring to life a bygone era. Anecdotes from fellow fans of Canada’s great fair evoke a simpler time when CNE treats cost just pennies, when admission to the fair was a quarter and when the country fell in love with Marilyn Bell as she completed her historic swim across Lake Ontario to Toronto’s shores. Treasures of the CNE will give readers a chance to reminisce and enjoy tales of the fair’s music, sports, events and amusements from days gone by.

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