The Fords : An American Epic

By: Collier, Peter; Horowitz,

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The Fords : An American Epic by Collier, Peter; Horowitz, David
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London: Collins, 1988. An American dynasty of 3 generations of Fords who played out the dramatic conflict between fathers and sons against the backdrop of the great industrial empire they built. CONDITION Navy cloth spine with crisp silver title and grey bds, not bumped, grey eps with name inked to ffep, pp 496 with many b/w photos, in tight unread state, very clean, in fresh unclipped wrapper. An excellent copy.. First UK. Quarto Cloth. Near Fine/Near Fine. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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