A Century of industrial progress / edited by Frederic William Wile ; with a foreword by Herbert Hoover.
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- Physical Description: xxv, 581 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Published for the American Institute of the City of New York by Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1928.
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The American Institute, by E.F. Murdock.--Editor's note.--The forces of our economic progress, by H. Hoover.--A. hundred years of agriculture, by A. Capper.--The lumber industry, by J.W. Blodgett.--Ships and shipping, by E.N. Hurley.--Foreign trade, by J. Klein.--Mines and mining, by H.F. Bain.--Steel--its part in American progress, by C.M. Schwab.--Machinery and power, by D.S. Kimball.--Cotton textile industry, by W.D. Hines.--Pulp and paper, by Eilert.--Journalism and publishing, by J.W. Brown.--Railroads, by L.F. Loree.--Banking in the United States, by C.E. Mitchell.--Industrial combinations (trusts) by J.W. Jenks.--The petroleum age, by R.G. Stewart.--Research science and invention, by M. Holland.--Industrial chemistry, by C.M.A. Stine.--Department store merchandising, by J.I. Straus.--Meat packing, by F.E. White.--Building construction, by H. White.--Labor and America's century of industry, by W. Green.
The electric industry, by O.D. Young.--Telegraphy and telephony, by F.B. Jewett.--Commercial associations, by J.H. Fahey.--Mail order merchandising, by J. Rosenwald.--Motorizing the world, by J.N. Willys.--Motion pictures, by W.H. Hays.--Aviation, by H.F. Guggenheim.--Radio, by J.G. Harbord.--The Industrial Museum, by F.C. Brown.
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