Land's Polaroid: a company and the man who invented it

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Houghton Mifflin, 1987 - Business & Economics - 258 pages
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The unauthorized story of the enigmatic man who created a world-class organization in his own image and then lost control of it. 24 pages of photographs.

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Land's Polaroid: a company and the man who invented it

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This biography of Edwin Land, developer of the Polaroid camera and founder of the Polaroid Company, is written by a man who worked with him for 24 years at Polaroid. It presents an inside glimpse of ... Read full review

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I have read a couple of books detailing Edwin Land's life and inventions, but this was definitely the best. It was scientific, but written so that you don't have to be a great scientist to understand ... Read full review


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