Rouge: Pictured in Its Prime by Ford R. Bryan
An illuminating photographic tour of Henry Ford’s famous Rouge plant—an industrial site that signifies an era’s triumph in integrated manufacturing and economic progress.
|Publisher:||Wayne State University Press|
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|File size:||58 MB|
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About the Author
Ford R. Bryan, who lives in Dearborn, Michigan, has written many books about Henry Ford, including Friends Families,& Forays, Clara: Mrs. Henry Ford, The Fords of Dearborn, Henry’s Lieutenants, Beyond the Model T, and Henry’s Attic (all Wayne State University Press). He joined Ford Motor Company as a spectrochemical analyst. His yen for writing led him to the Ford Archives, where he found a gold mine of material about his own family and about his favorite subject, Henry Ford.
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