The American Car and Foundry Co. in Khaki: Its Production Achievements in the Great War
The American Car and Foundry Co. in Khaki: Its Production Achievements in the Great War
The American Car and Foundry Co. in Khaki: Its Production Achievements in the Great War
The American Car and Foundry Co. in Khaki: Its Production Achievements in the Great War
The American Car and Foundry Co. in Khaki: Its Production Achievements in the Great War

The American Car and Foundry Co. in Khaki: Its Production Achievements in the Great War

New York: American Car and Foundry Co., 1919. Hardcover. 95 p.: illustrations; 30 cm. Light brown covers with embossed, gilt cover title gilt-and-black decorative border and illustration. Illustrated endpapers. American Car and Foundry Co. was established in New Jersey in 1899 with the merger of 13 railroad car makers. In the following several years it continued to acquire additional companies and it built the first all-steel passenger car in 1904. This volume presents its contribution to the war effort during the First World War. The many illustrations include photographs of work in the various factories and the vehicles, weapons, and munitions produced for the American military. In Very Good- Condition: damage to lower edge of front cover; cover is lightly soiled; faint stain at head of spine; pages are clean and bright. Very Good -. Item #007476

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