Industrial Revolution

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Capital and Labor. Together With Salesman's Dummy
Brantford, Canada: Bradley-Garretson Co. 1907. First Edition. Octavo; pictorial cloth boards, 331pp. Uncommon issue for the Canadian market. Tight and Near Fine in the original cloth boards - an unusually well-preserved copy of this book which is typically found well-worn. A fairly typical turn-of-the-century attempt by a popular author to...
[Item #19087]
Price: $60.00
 
Capital and Labor. Together With Salesman's Dummy
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Workers of the Nation: an Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the American People and a Record of Business, Professional and Industrial Achievement at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century (2 vols)
New York: P.F. Collier & Son, 1903. First Edition. Excellent documentation of American industry at the turn of the twentieth century. The halftone plates, though generally uncredited, are of high quality. 2 large octavo volumes. Blue cloth boards (hardcovers) with paper spine labels; pp1-504, 507- 1104. Forty inserted leaves of...
[Item #16122]
Price: $30.00
 
Workers of the Nation: an Encyclopedia of the Occupations of the American People and a Record of Business, Professional and Industrial Achievement at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century (2 vols)
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Stride of Man
New York: Coward-McCann, 1928. Second Printing. An allegory of American industrial progress, told through the story of a Henry Ford-like character whose life spans from the end of the Civil War to the height of the machine age. Blue cloth boards; dustjacket. SIGNED by the author on front endpaper. Truly...
[Item #6951]
Price: $33.75