Master of Precision: Henry M. Leland

byOttilie M. Leland, Minnie Dubbs Millbrook

Paperback | September 1, 1996

Master of Precision: Henry M. Leland by Ottilie M. Leland
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Henry Martyn Leland (1848-1932) is one of the most outstanding figures in automotive history. Best known for developing the Cadillac and the Lincoln, Leland was among the pioneers who set Detroit on its course as the automobile capital of the world. Master of Precision is the fascinating firsthand account of Leland's life and work during the early days of the automobile industry. Trained in New England factories known for their precision manufacturing, Henry Leland was an expert machinist before he began to reshape automobile production. Affectionately called "Uncle Henry" and the "Grand Old Man of Detroit", he was a demanding but highly-regarded employer who set new standards of precision, quality, and performance.
Title:Master of Precision: Henry M. LelandFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:300 pages, 8.99 X 5.98 X 0.62 inShipping dimensions:300 pages, 8.99 X 5.98 X 0.62 inPublished:September 1, 1996Language:English

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ISBN - 10:081432665X

ISBN - 13:9780814326657

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Henry Martyn Leland (1848-1932) is one of the most outstanding figures in automotive history. Best known for developing the Cadillac and the Lincoln, Leland was among the pioneers who set Detroit on its course as the automobile capital of the world. Master of Precision is the fascinating firsthand account of Leland's life and work during the early days of the automobile industry. Trained in New England factories known for their precision manufacturing, Henry Leland was an expert machinist before he began to reshape automobile production. Affectionately called "Uncle Henry" and the "Grand Old Man of Detroit", he was a demanding but highly-regarded employer who set new standards of precision, quality, and performance.