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    Henry Ford signed Bible, gilt-stamped with the name of Ford's chauffeur and protégé

    Henry Ford Signed Book: The Complete Sayings of Jesus, a Glowing Short Story, by Arthur Hinds, Williamsburg: D. H. Pierpont & Co., 1927, 280 pages, 3.25" x 5.5", leather bound with "Wilbur Donaldson" stamped in gilt to front cover. As founder and president of Ford Motor Company, Ford revolutionized production by using standardization and mass production techniques. As a teenager, Will Donaldson began driving Ford around Detroit to inspect factories. He was Ford's chauffeur during the Great Depression. Henry Ford's inked signature is dark and unblemished on the reverse of the front free end paper. Edge wear and rubbing along spine with small chips at spine caps, otherwise near fine.

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    June, 2008
    4th-5th Wednesday-Thursday
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