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Author(s):Cornish, Geoffrey S.
Monographic Author(s):Cornish, Geoffrey S.
Author Affiliation:Fellow and Past-President, American Society of Golf Course Architects
Title:[ASGCA: Development in Canada]
Article Series:Living History Series: Geoffrey S. Cornish, part 7
Item is a:*Interview
*Video; Video
Monographic Source:A Conversation With Geoffrey S. Cornish [video interview], 1995, p. .
Publishing Information:[American Society of Golf Course Architects]
Collation:04:54 minutes
Series:ASGCA Living History Video Interviews
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Golf course architects; History; Golf course superintendents; Personal profile; Golf courses
Subjects' Names:Cornish, Geoffrey S.; Thompson, Stanley; Harris, Robert Bruce; Ross, Donald; Packard, Larry; Fullmer, Paul; Fullmer, Sandra
Abstract:Discusses how the ASGCA started as a drinking society in Canada due to prohibition in the US. Explains how architects met for drinks and golf in Stanley Thompson's Toronto office. Disscusses how the group changed into more of an educational society.
Language:English
References:0
See Also:For more information about the entire video interview this record is from: click here
Note:Interviewed by Mark A. Mungeam, ASGCA Member
Note:Conducted at Amherst, MA, January 19, 1995.
Note:See also the other 10 parts of this interview; search as MCODE=LHSGC to isolate these as a set.
 ASA/CSSA/SSSA Citation (Crop Science-Like - may be incomplete):
Cornish, Geoffrey S.. Cornish, G. S. 1995. [ASGCA: Development in Canada]. In A Conversation With Geoffrey S. Cornish [video interview]. [American Society of Golf Course Architects].
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