"Gifford Jackson, the godfather of New Zealand industrial designers, navigated his own pathway into the territory of industrial design and paved the way for generations to come. His story exemplifies process with all its ingredients of desire, curiosity, purpose, analysis, calculation, intuition and serendipity" - back cover.
Finding direction : the outlook from Devonport - Sea to air to NYC : war-based experience - Professional progress : post-war in Auckland - Manhattan man : working with the pioneers - Full circle : designing in New Zealand again - Legacy : a life will kept
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For MOTAT Michael Smythe Hand-written
99 pages : illustrations, photographs (colour) ; 17 x 24.5 cm
Michael Smythe. 2013. Gifford Jackson: New Zealand industrial design pathfinder, PUB-2018-35.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).