David Shepherd has progressed through the Parker line-up, authoring his third book about the illustrious American pens. This time his focus turns to the Vacumatic, covering its development from 1932 through 1948. Shepherd has culled details from Kenneth Parker's personal journal, filling this book with fascinating insight into life in Janesville, Wisconsin, and at the Parker Pen Company. This book, like his previous works, is filled with hundreds of lush photographs and personal family memories supplied by Geoffrey Parker.
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