Publication: The Case School of Applied Science Endowment and Building Fund, 1937, Cleveland
First edition. 19" x 9" in tan pictorial wrappers. iii-x, 76pp. Illustrations. Foreword. Map. Index. Information on the beginning and development of Cleveland area. Discusses the canal era, the beginning and growth of businesses and the city due to production of coal, iron, steel, rubber, oil, ships at Cuyahoga, railroads, oil refining, etc. Cleveland continues to progress and grow with population increasing dramatically. By 1937 Cleveland leads the country in the manufacture of chemicals, astronomical instruments, nuts and bolts, vacuum cleaners, and other hardware. It possesses the largest sandstone quarries in the world. Cleveland is the chief shipbuilding center on the Great Lakes and is the birthplace of the American automobile. Information on improvements and technology in Cleveland is followed by information and history of the Case School of Applied Science and what is now need by the school in order to develop it into an even greater institution of applied science. Numerous black and white photographs throughout. Some pages with light soiling. Wrappers lightly soiled and with wear to the extremities. Very good. Scarce.
Inventory Number: 42719