Very Good. 191 pages including index. A pictorial celebration of what began as a tentative enterprise in 1882 under the name Dominion Bridge and has since grown into a strong company today called AMCA International. Reveals that founder Job Abbott was a man of vision. Chapters include: Birth of a Country and a Company; The First Two Decades; Turn of hte Century to the Great War; Plowshares into Swords; The Postwar Crescendo and the Great Crash; Civilian Skills Make Military History; Modern Cityscapes; Rebirth for a Second Century. Attractively illustrated, primarily with glossy colour photography. Includes introductory letter above faux signature of Kenneth S. Barclay, Chairman and CEO. Light wear. Clean and unmarked. Nice copy.
Vision in steel : 1882-1982 : one hundred years of growth, Dominion Bridge to AMCA International
by Steve Dunwell
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