Lot 556 of 576:
Story of General Electric with Rockwell Kent jacket  

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Men and Volts: The Story of General Electric
Hammond, John Winthrop
J.B. Lippincott Company

xii, 436 pp. Numerous plates from photographs, engraving and other sources. Cloth, jacket.

Fascinating look at innovation, opportunity and industrial advancement, perhaps the most captivating aspect being the marvelous color pictorial dust jacket reproducing a mural painted by Rockwell Kent for the General Electric exhibit at the New York World Fair in 1939 and 1949.

Lot Amendments
Short tear to jacket front panel and a little extremity wear, spine a little sunned with a few rub marks; near fine in very good or better jacket.
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