Henry Ford's Boys: The Story of the Wayside Inn Boys School
by Curtis F. Garfield and Alison R. Ridley
Paperback in Good Condition
Henry Ford demonstrated a lifelong passion for education. "Learning by doing" was the hallmark of all his vocational education enterprises. As reported by a descendant, William Clay Ford, Jr., in October, 1998, "...At Ford factories, metal was shaped and turned into cars. At institutions like the Wayside Inn Boys School, young men were shaped and turned into productive citizens." This book, then, is a tribute to Henry Ford and the accomplishments of the students of his Wayside Inn Boys School, 1928-1998.