Changing the world 36 Boeing Frontiers New book tells Boeing’s history with compelling stories and photographs by dan raley Higher: 100 Years of Boeing is more than a book; it’s a hardbound, coffee-table-size museum. Through rarely seen photographs pulled from Boeing’s archival treasure trove, readers come face to face with company founder Bill Boeing riding a turn-of-the-century steamer to Washington state; women factory workers in Seattle responding to the urgent aviation needs of World War II ; legendary test pilot Tex Johnston reclining in a chair, trademark cowboy boots planted firmly on a desk; and countless other iconic scenes presented on full pages. Author Russ Banham guides readers through the unforgettable imagery with a compelling narrative, providing one of the most comprehensive accounts yet of how the world’s largest aerospace company was founded and how it flourished. Banham’s words and the company photos come together much like wings and a fuselage.
Frontiers July 2015 Issue
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