Item Detail

Item Number 8624
Title Heroic Age Of American Invention 32 Men Who Made The Modern American Era, The
Author De Camp, L. Sprague
Condition NF/VG+
Publisher Doubleday & Company
Place Published Garden City , N.Y.
Date Published 1961
Edition
Binding Hardcover
Notes 'Between the 1830's and World War I, the life of man was completely changed from what it had been in the past. More leisure time, modern luxuries, and an easier life were among the benefits gained by remarkable inventions being established throughout the world. In America, some 32 men were responsible for this change--backed by the organization and finance of the industrial revolution'. These are their stories. The near fine book is bound in black cloth; it is clean, straight and tight. The upper spine end is a tiny bit rubbed, as is one corner. The interior is completely free of marks or tears. The dust jacket is price intact and unclipped; clean and bright. The spine and folds are a bit sunned and it has a touch of edge wear, mostly at the spine ends. A very nice copy. ; 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"; 290 pages
LoC or ISBN 617646
Keyword(s) L. Sprague DeCamp,Non-fiction,Industrial Revolution,Americana,American Inventors,History,American History,Technology,Industry
Category(ies) Biographies Politics Government War,History Travel Exploration Places,Native Americans Americana Ethnic
Price $17.00