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It was aerodynamically shaped like a zeppelin, with a strong and lightweight trussed frame. It had three wheels, two in the front and one in the back. The full-blown version would be nearly 20 feet … NationalHenry J. Kaiser, innovation
Many entrepreneurs have tried to start car companies in the U.S. over the past century, but the last person to do so from the ground up with a brand that survives to this day was Walter P. Chrysler. … NationalHenry J. Kaiser, innovation
The epitome of the American self-made man, Henry J. Kaiser grew up poor and turned himself into the most innovative American industrialist since Henry Ford. He took the most pride in his … Henry J. Kaiser
“Remember Them: Champions for Humanity,” a world-class monument featuring 25 humanitarians, was revealed Tuesday, Sept. 6 at Henry J. Kaiser Memorial Park in Oakland, Calif. Monument installation … Northern Californiadiversity, Henry J. Kaiser