General Motors: A Photographic History
Established in 1908, GM grew to become the largest producer of cars and trucks in the world. More than 200 vintage images explore the growth of the company, from the first assembly line to post–World War II recovery and through the peak of market dominance in the 1960s. Images from the world auto shows and defining moments in GM’s history take the reader on an intriguing visual tour of a tremendously important era in the industrialization of America.
Ford Dynasty: A Photographic History
From humble beginnings as a small operation in a converted Detroit wagon factory to becoming an industrial manufacturing powerhouse with active operations on six continents, Ford Motor Company and the Ford family have made an irreversible impact on American history and society. Through a collection of over 200 vintage images, Ford Dynasty celebrates the accomplishments of one extraordinary American family business over the course of a century.
Chrysler Heritage: A Photographic History
Documenting the fortunes of one of Detroit’s most renowned automakers, Chrysler Heritage tells the story of the company’s founders and product line for over a century. Featuring more than 200 photographs from the Chrysler archives along with in-depth captions, the book captures the muscle of Detroit, including the corporation's unparalleled involvement in World War II and the Cold War.">