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by Ford R. Bryan

eBook Henry's Lieutenants (Great Lakes Books Series) download ISBN: 0814324282
Author: Ford R. Bryan
Publisher: Wayne State University Press; First Edition edition (April 1, 1993)
Language: English
Pages: 328
ePub: 1859 kb
Fb2: 1506 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: History
Subcategory: Americas

Henry's Lieutenants features biographies of thirty-five people who served Henry Ford in a variety of capacities, and nearly all of whom contributed to his fame. Great book, very informative. It arrived quickly and wrapped with care.

Henry's Lieutenants features biographies of thirty-five people who served Henry Ford in a variety of capacities, and nearly all of whom contributed to his fame. He is the author of Beyond the Model T: The Other Ventures of Henry Ford and The Fords of Dearborn: An Illustrated History.

Great Lakes Books Series). Henry's Lieutenants features biographies of thirty-five "other people" who served Henry Ford in a variety of capacities, and nearly all of whom contributed to his fame. These biographical sketches an Although Henry Ford gloried in the limelight of highly publicized achievement, he privately admitted, "I don't do so much, I just go around lighting fires under other people.

Henry's Lieutenants Great Lakes books.

These biographical sketches and career highlights reflect the people of high caliber employed by Henry Ford to accomplish his goals: Harry Bennett, Albert Kahn, Ernest Kanzler, William S. Knudsen, and Charles E. Sorensen, among others. Most were employed by Ford Motor Company, although a few of them were Ford's personal employees satisfying concurrent needs of a more private nature, including his farming, educational, and sociological ventures. Henry's Lieutenants Great Lakes books. Издание: иллюстрированное.

Henry's Lieutenants features biographies of thirty-five "other people" who served Henry Ford in a. .Ford Bryan obtained a considerable amount of the material in this book from the oral reminiscences of the subjects themselves.

Henry's Lieutenants features biographies of thirty-five "other people" who served Henry Ford in a variety of capacities, and nearly all of whom contributed to his fame. These biographical sketches and career highlights reflect the people of high caliber employed by Henry Ford to accomplish his goals: Harry Bennett, Albert Kahn, Ernest Kanzler, William S. Sorenson, among others. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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Series: Great Lakes Books Series. Endlessly fascinating. A must for all Henry Ford I buffs. David R. Crippen, Henry Ford Museum.

Henry's Attic: Some Fascinating Gifts to Henry Ford and His Museum.

Bryan wrote many books about Henry Ford including: Rouge: Pictured in Its Prime. Friends, Families & Forays. Clara: Mrs. Henry Ford. Beyond the Model T: The Other Ventures of Henry Ford. Henry's Attic: Some Fascinating Gifts to Henry Ford and His Museum.

Ford Richardson Bryan, American author, publisher, spectrochemical analyst. Certified secondary school science teacher, Michigan. Recipient award of merit History Society Michigan, 1994. Board directors Dearborn History Society, since 1980; member Dearborn History Commission, 1988-1999. Beyond the Model T: The Other Ventures of Henry Ford (Great Lakes Books Series). With over 200 photographs chosen from thousands in the. With over 200 photographs chosen from thousands in the collection of Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, Beyond the Model T gives attention to Henry Ford's numerous ventures outside of the auto industry.

Although Henry Ford gloried in the limelight of highly publicized achievement, he privately admitted, "I don't do so much, I just go around lighting fires under other people."

Henry's Lieutenants features biographies of thirty-five "other people" who served Henry Ford in a variety of capacities, and nearly all of whom contributed to his fame. These biographical sketches and career highlights reflect the people of high caliber employed by Henry Ford to accomplish his goals: Harry Bennett, Albert Kahn, Ernest Kanzler, William S. Knudsen, and Charles E. Sorenson, among others. Most were employed by the Ford Motor Company, although a few of them were Ford's personal employees satisfying concurrent needs of a more private nature, including his farming, educational, and sociological ventures.

Ford Bryan obtained a considerable amount of the material in this book from the oral reminiscences of the subjects themselves.

Comments: (6)
Negal
A little too simplistic and each article was too short. But the basic information was good and I learned quite a bit. More than a few of the people I had never heard of.

I liked the information of their former houses & street addresses. I don't live in Detroit anymore but it would have been nice to drive by some of those places.
TheJonnyTest
Great book for anyone interested in the story behind the people that made the Ford Motor Company. Written as a collection of short bios, with photos, of these people. Often gives their addresses at the time, which makes viewing their hones in Dearborn and Detroit fun.
Gri
VERY INFORMATIVE, WELL WRITTEN
Gaua
Great book, very informative. It arrived quickly and wrapped with care.
Precious
This book is a great eye opening to the characters that made Henry Ford a force to recon with.
Lamranilv
A very interesting look into all the people behind the rise of Henry Ford. An ever-fascinating man.