Sunday, February 15, 2015

The amazing Model T

Richard S. Lambert.  The Twentieth Century Canada Britain USA.  Toronto:  The House of Grant (Canada) Ltd., 1960.  Lambert was Oxford educated, "Supervisor of School Broadcasts, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation"

Alfred P. Sloan, Jr.  My Years with General Motors.  New York:  Macfadden-Bartell, 1965.
Farley Mowat.  Canada North.  The Canadian Illustrated Library.  McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1967.
Model T assembly line.  From Warner W. Pflug.  The UAW in Pictures.  Detroit:  Wayne State U Press, 1971.
Charles A. Beard, Mary R. Beard and their son William Beard.  The Beards' New Basic History of the United States.  Garden City, NY:  Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1944, 1960.
J.R. Lindbeck, M.W. Williams & R.M. Wygant.  Manufacturing Technology.  Englewood Cliffs, NY:  Prentice-Hall, 1990.
Hugh W. Peart & John Schaffter.  The Winds of Change.  A History of Canada and Canadians in the Twentieth Century.  Toronto:  The Ryerson Press, 1961.

D.M.L. Farr, J.S. Moir, S.R. Mealing.  Two Democracies.  Toronto:  Ryerson Press, 1963.

For a humourous and nostalgic article from 1936 on what it was like to own a Model T, I've uploaded Farewell, My Lovely attributed to Lee Strout White.  However, the authorship is in question, and was like a collaboration between Richard L. Strout and E.B. White.  See Who Wrote Farewell to Model T?

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