Ford Engineering Laboratory - A Historical View

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11 x 8.5 Hardcover
80 pages

$39.95 Standard Edition - Full Color printed hardbound cover with matching dustjacket.

By Beth Ann Dalrymple
Thermal Fluids Design Analytical Engineer for Ford Motor Company

Ford Engineering Laboratory

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In March of 1923, ground was broken for the Ford Engineering Laboratory building. The building was designed by Henry Ford and local architect Albert Kahn and would be one of the largest design and engineering centers of its time. Within this new book written by Beth Ann Dalrymple, Analytical Engineer for Ford Motor Company, lies the incredible 90-year history, and legacy of the Ford Engineering Laboratory and its inhabitants told through a photographer’s lens. Each turn of a page delves deeper into the progress, and people driven world of Ford automobile design & engineering. All the individuals’ current and past who have worked within these walls continue to pave the way for mankind to go further.

M.T. Publishing has also produced Ford Motor Company: The First 100 Years; Faces of Henry Ford: A Pictorial History of Henry Ford and The Model T: A Pictorial Chronology of the Most Famous Car in the World with Robert Kreipke, Ford Corporate Historian. This book will be great addition to your collection.

All proceeds from the sale of the book benefit JDRF, the leading global organization funding type one diabetes research.

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ISBN 978-1-945306-48-8
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