Very Good. No Jacket. Used 284 pages, index, burgundy cloth boards with gilt lettering. Boards are clean, text is unmarked, name written on title page. Contents include: The Levee at Which Men Crowded; Hopes Rode on Glinted Waves; Fascinated Eyes of Youth; Forces That Were Uncompromising; Some "Might-Have-Beens"; Nash, Erskine, Jordan and Others; When Bread Lines Were Forming; Industry Goes to War; Henry Ford Becomes a Strategist; Rise of the Fishers; etc.
Good in Good jacket. 6" x 9" Ghost from a regatta ribbon which had been placed inside the front cover, else text clean; binding tight; minor wear to dustjacket. 284 pages. History of the first thirty years of the American automobile industry; author MacManus was a prominent advertising executive of the era.
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