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    This question is probably best suited for Richard Quinn. While I have a copy of "More Than They Promised" The Studebaker Story by Thomas E. Bonsall, I also have a copy of "More Than You Promise" A Business at Work in Society by Kathleen Ann Smallzried and Dorothy James Roberts. It's the First Edition, printed in 1946 by Harper & Brothers. Was wondering if there is any rarity to this book. Mine is in awesome condition and I'm currently doing a re-read.

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    I have a copy as well, can't be all that rare as I would not have paid much for it.
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    • #3
      Not particularly rare. I have 3-4 copies. Lots of research went into it. Most all from the original Studebaker archives.
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