Recipient McKean Cup & Cugnot Awards. An automotive business & technical history addressing innovative products, construction details, marketing & manufacture, organization & financing. Marmon of Indianapolis revolutionized grain milling, electrified major cities, was innovator in engineering & styling the automobile for three decades. Dominance in racing & victory in first INDY 500 made Marmon Speedsteers the 'Corvettes' of the 1920s. Marmon-Herrington built All-Wheel-Drive trucks during the next three decades, including AWD Ford cars & trucks. Marmon Group today is among world's most diverse firms. The book contrasts sharply with the perceived state of early century technology & product reliability-durability. "Industrial titles are increasingly more important in research libraries. I am most impressed with THE MARMON HERITAGE as a product. Well done!"--R.E. Chapin, Director Libraries, Michigan State University. "One of the most unusual books published in recent years, it is at once history, technical manual, & panea of praise for the products. It will have great appeal to engineers, students of technology or advertising"--Prof. Ralph D. Gray, Indiana-Purdue Universities, Indianapolis. "I woul d like to express my sincere admiration for the accomplishment that is THE MARMON HERITAGE, a magnificent exercise in scholarship & a monumental contribution to the literature."--Griffith Borgeson, European Editor, AUTOMOTIVE QUARTERLY.Stacey P. Hanley is the author of 'Marmon Heritage' with ISBN 9780961581701 and ISBN 0961581700.