This is a Hardcover Book, by Amelia Elizabeth Walden. The Bradford Story, 1956. This Book has 377 pages. This Book is OUT-OF-PRINT and is considered HARD-TO-FIND! This Book is in Good Condition (The dust-jacket shows wear and a few small tears). Book shows very slight wear, and the pages are slightly yellowed. The spine is in good condition. This Book has NO missing pages or writing in the book).
Growing up in the slums of the Eastern industrial city of Bradford, Mark Galloway had been determined to climb up in the world even if he had to fight his way. But there had been no real struggle. His brilliance and energy had carried him through school and into an engineering job at Bradford Tool. There he had met and fallen in love with Nina Bradford, proud scion of the family who had given the town its name and founded its principal industry.
After they were married, Mark had risen swiftly in the family firm to become Vice President and General Manager. He and Nina rejoiced in their two daughters, Ginger and Jill and their marriage was a notably happy one. But their content was marred when Mark defied "the Bradford tradition" on a matter of company policy at the plant and over the future of his daughter Ginger at home.
Drawn into a conflict that challenged the worth of everything he had attained, Mark turned for reassurance to his first love, Claire Elliott. She generously gave him sympathy and understanding he needed and asked nothing in return. It was Mark who was tempted to renew the older, stronger bond between them ~ to recover his independence by breaking with all he had held dear...