Early Automobiles

Early Automobiles

The Story of Horseless Carriages from the Clock-Spring Car of 1649 to Henry Ford's Model T

Golden Library of Knowledge
by Eugene Rachlis, Jack Coggins (Illustrator)
Publisher: Golden Press
©1961, Item: 88035
Hardcover, 54 pages
Not in stock

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*condition note: The plastic coating is beginning to peel on the spine and there is an inch-long rip along the back of the spine. The inside is clean and the binding is tight.

From the book:

The Golden Library of Knowledge is a series of books especially designed for today's generation of young people eager for interesting factual information. The carefully researched, scholarly texts are nevertheless simple and easy to read. Beautiful color pictures throughout make each book a delight. The series has been prepared with careful attention to accuracy, and each book has ben throughly checked by a recognized authority in the field.

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