Ford, Henry, 1863-1947

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Industrialist and philanthropist Henry Ford, born July 30, 1863, grew up on a farm in what is now Dearborn, Michigan. Mechanically inclined from an early age, he worked in Detroit machine shops as a young man and became an engineer at the Edison Illuminating Company in 1891. Henry and Clara Jane Bryant, married in 1888, had one child, Edsel, born in 1893. In that same year, Henry tested his first internal combustion engine, and by 1896 completed his first car, the Quadricycle. Ford partnered in two attempts to manufacture automobiles, Detroit Automobile Company and Henry Ford Company, before the Ford Motor Company was incorporated in 1903 with Henry as vice-president and chief engineer. In 1906 he became company president, and in 1908 he introduced the immediately popular Ford Model T. To meet growing demand, the company opened an innovative factory in 1909 in Highland Park, Michigan. At Highland Park, Ford combined precision manufacturing with the utilization of interchangeable parts and a division of labor; the continuous moving automotive assembly line was instituted in 1913. Three years later, construction of the company's next factory was begun on the banks of the Rouge River in Dearborn. It would be the world's largest industrial complex, a plant characterizing Henry Ford's ideas of mass production. All the elements needed for production, from refining raw materials to final assembly of the automobile, took place at the Rouge Plant. Both Henry and Clara Ford had wide-ranging interests, particularly in areas of historic preservation, education, and community health. Their Dearborn Fair Lane Estate, built in 1915, reflected a love of the natural world and was declared a National Historic Site in 1967.

From the description of Henry Ford and Ford family papers, 1773-1955 (bulk 1915-1950). (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 51267783

In 1911, Henry Ford's challenge of George Selden's broad patent on the gasoline-powered automobile was upheld when the United States Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Ford Motor Company was not infringing on the Selden patent. Henry Ford acquired the struggling Detroit General Hospital in 1915, modernizing it and converting it to Henry Ford Hospital. In 1916 Henry Ford brought a $1 million libel suit against the Chicago Tribune for being called an anarchist in an editorial. The case was decided in Ford's favor in 1919, but he was awarded only 6 cents and his lack of knowledge of history was revealed and mocked publicly. It was shortly after the trial that Ford began to express interest in building a history museum dedicated to industry and daily life. In 1918, Ford made a popular but ultimately unsuccessful bid for the U.S. Senate as an independent candidate. Prior to the United States' entry into World War I, Henry Ford vociferously espoused pacifism, with campaigns including the Peace Ship and conference of 1915 and support of the anti-preparedness movement in 1916. In 1917, however, he became what historian David Lanier Lewis calls a "fighting pacifist" through the production of military engines, vehicles, and boats and financial and publicity contributions to the Liberty Loan program and other war efforts. These activities and many others are documented by records accumulated at Henry Ford's office in the Highland Park Plant, an office directed by Henry's personal and general secretary, Ernest G. Liebold, from 1910 to 1924. In 1924, the Office of Henry Ford was moved to the newly built Engineering Laboratory in Dearborn, where it operated out of the Engine and Electrical Engineering (EEE) Building until its dissolution in the early 1950s after Clara's death. Between 1914 and 1919, the character of the Henry Ford Office changed dramatically, largely due to the universal acceptance of the Model T, national publicity surrounding the implementation of the five-dollar day, and the increasing size and complexity of the Ford Motor Company. This change is reflected within the Highland Park Offfice records, with records generated up to 1919 largely concerned with Ford Motor Company, agricultural pursuits, the building of the Fair Lane Estate, and Henry's pacifism, followed by the war effort. After Henry's resignation as company president in 1919, his office records reflect his interests in an ever-growing number of fields outside of Ford Motor Company operations.

From the description of Highland Park Office records subgroup, 1902-1928 (bulk 1907-1919) (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289024427

As a result of the universal acceptance of the Model T and the national publicity resulting from the 1914 announcement of the five-dollar day, Henry Ford became extremely wealthy and a constant presence in the press, increasing public interest in his activities. From this time on and especially after his resignation from the presidency of Ford Motor Company in 1919, Henry Ford's attention turned increasingly to his numerous interests in diverse fields such as aviation, politics, hydroelectric power, industrial decentralization, industrial agriculture, education and public history.

From the description of Non-Automotive Interests and Activities records series, 1916-1931 (bulk 1923-1931) (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289024405

American industrialist.

From the description of Henry Ford and Theodor Fritsch leaflet, 1927. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867590

Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903. In 1906, James Couzens, at the time general manager and one of the company's first stockholders, organized the Henry Ford Office to manage Ford's correspondence and personal affairs. Frank l. Klingensmith, who was hired as a bookkeeper and clerk and eventually became treasurer and a director, received and answered mail, handled taxes, real estate transactions, requests for aid, etc. By 1911, E. G. Liebold had become personal secretary to Henry Ford, and in addition to some company duties, largely took over the administration of Henry's affairs. The Ford Motor Company was relatively small, correspondence was slight, and Henry's interests centered on his automotive and agricultural activities. Between 1914 and 1919, however, the character of the Henry Ford Office changed. The universal acceptance of the Model T and the national publicity following the announcement of the five dollar day resulted in an increased volume of correspondence. As the company's size increased, functionally specialized departments were created for handling company activities and records. As early as 1916, income tax records reveal the beginnings of the Henry Ford Office as an independent entity distinct from the Ford Motor Company. Organizational lines within the company, however, were fluid, and there were no tight chains of command. By 1919, after Henry Ford had resigned as president of Ford Motor Company, and continuing until his death in 1947, the Office of Henry Ford managed the magnate's wide-ranging personal interests and non-Ford Motor Company businesses. However, because of Henry's continued involvement in Ford Motor Company, many company matters were also handled by the office.

From the description of Henry Ford Office records, 1823-1984 (bulk 1920-1947) (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289019680

Prominent American industrialist, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, and sponsor of the development of the assembly line technique of mass production.

From the description of Henry Ford correspondence, 1942 Jan. 7. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 694776498

After his resignation as president of Ford Motor Company in 1919, Henry Ford's attention turned increasingly to the diverse and varied interests he cultivated outside the company. Even prior to this time, Henry engaged in numerous non-Ford Motor Company business concerns and avocational pursuits, all of which were administered by the Office of Henry Ford. Enterprises beyond the Ford Motor Company managed from the Henry Ford Office included the Detroit, Toledo & Ironton Railroad; the Dearborn Publishing Company; the Dearborn Realty and Construction Company; Henry Ford & Son, Inc.; the Dearborn State Bank; and Henry Ford Hospital, to name a few. Other interests pursued by Henry Ford include the Peace Ship expedition in 1915, agriculture, antiques, historical restoration, old-fashioned dancing, education, and the operation of numerous schools. From the early teens through the early 1930s, Ernest G. Liebold was general secretary for Henry Ford and managed most of his business affairs outside of Ford Motor Company while also handling his personal finances. Frank Campsall was private secretary to Henry and Clara Ford from the early 1920s until his death in 1946. He handled most of the important non-financial business and correspondence of this period. In the 1930s, his responsibilities increased to include financial dealings that were previously handled by Ernest Liebold. Campsall, along with another of the Fords' secretaries, Harold Cordell, also handled the purchase of antiques. Leslie J. Thompson was a cashier, bookkeeper, and accountant for Henry Ford's personal finances and payroll after 1918 and in charge of personal income tax matters. William Gregory was active in the purchase of real estate and other property-related finances for Henry Ford from the 1910s to the early 1920s. H. R. Waddell was originally assistant to Frank Campsall and Harold Cordell.

From the description of Financial records subgroup, 1912-1952 (bulk 1919-1946) (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289019677

Manufacturer, inventor, and businessman.

From the description of Diagram of valve assembly initialled by Henry Ford, 1926. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79453599

With the overwhelming success of the Model T, Henry Ford amassed a huge fortune which allowed him to turn his attention towards pursuits other than the automobile with little regard to their costs. The publicity generated from his announcement of the five-dollar day in January, 1914, assured that no matter what his personal or business ventures, they were sure to be national topics of interest. Some of those interests included aviation, hydroelectric power, industrial decentralization, industrial agriculture, politics, education and public history. Records describing several of these interests are included in the Personal Topics Subject File Subgroup. Henry Ford's name first began to surface as a Presidential nominee in the spring of 1916, shortly after his Peace Ship mission. Despite the failure of the venture, Henry Ford nonetheless had risen in the eyes of the public as a pacifist leader. Many turned to Ford with the hopes that he might challenge Woodrow Wilson in the Presidential election. Despite public statements that he was not seeking office, popular petitions put Ford on the Presidential-preference ballot of the Republican Party in Michigan and in a light vote he defeated Senator William Alden Smith and came close to winning over Senator Albert B. Cummins in the Nebraska Preferential Primary. A second flirtation with the Presidency came in 1922 shortly after Truman Newberry (Ford's opponent in the 1918 Michigan Senate race) resigned amid allegations of campaign misconduct, and rumors of corruption plagued the Harding administration. In the fall of 1922 the Wall Street Journal printed an article entitled "Why Not Ford for President?" Ford for President Clubs popped up throughout the country and Ford's secretary, E. G. Liebold, told the New York Times that he received 200 letters a day urging Ford to run for office. When Iowa supporters filed petitions for Ford to be listed in the primary, Ford's office staff let things take their course; however, momentum came to an abrupt halt on August 2, 1923, when Harding died and Republicans rallied behind Calvin Coolidge with revived unity. Henry Ford had an enduring interest in the development and use of hydroelectric power. In 1910 he built his first small hydroelectric system on the Rouge River in Dearborn and in 1915 when Ford had his permanent residence, Fair Lane, built near the site he enlarged the facility to provide power to his home. Beginning in the late teens through the 1930s Ford purchased around twenty hydroelectric facilities in southeastern Michigan, known as "Village Industries." Small part manufacturing plants operated at the sites and allowed workers to maintain a farm and enjoy the pay and security of industrial work. Ford also purchased larger hydroelectric facilities from the government at Green Island, New York, and St. Paul, Minnesota. In 1918, the Federal government announced that the Tennessee River at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, would be the site of a government-built dam and two nitrate plants. This was at the height of World War I and the United States had to import nitrates, used to make explosives, from Chile due to a lack of domestic production facilities. By the time the plants were completed the war had ended and the demand for nitrates was low. The plants were shopped around to the fertilizer and power industries as well as to large industrial companies. Henry Ford was one of the individuals who received a letter about the development and indicated an interest. In April 1921 Ford offered to purchase the steam and nitrate plants for $5 million (their actual cost to build had been at least $130 million) and rent the Wilson Dam for $1.7 million annually. He also offered to complete dam no. 2 and build dam no. 3 for the government and then lease them. He promised to build a major industrial center that stretched for 75 miles along the Tennessee River valley and would employ one million people in the fertilizer, electricity and automobile industries. On December 3, 1921, Ford and Thomas Edison visited the Muscle Shoals area to survey the property. A bill authorizing the acceptance of the offer passed through the House, but George Washington Norris, a Senator from Nebraska, opposed turning government plants and dams over to a capitalist and was able to block the bill in the Agricultural Committee in the Senate. After an amendment of his initial offer and years of lobbying for approval of the proposal by J. W. Worthington, founder of the Tennessee River Improvement Association, Ford finally withdrew his offer in October 1924. Norris later authored the act creating the Tennessee Valley Authority, of which Muscle Shoals is a part. Aviation became an interest of Edsel Ford's at the age of fifteen and in 1909 Henry Ford gave Edsel and three of his shop employees permission to build an airplane using a Model T engine. This began a relationship between the Fords, Ford Motor Company and aviation that would last for decades. Ford's early aviation activities included offering to build dirigibles for the government, providing engineering staff and facilities for that purpose and building the Ford Airport in Dearborn complete with a dirigible mooring mast. Edsel Ford and other Ford executives such as William B. Mayo, William Stout and C. Harold Wills were members of the Detroit Aviation Society and in 1920 they helped to form the Aircraft Development Corporation in order to make Detroit the manufacturing center of the lighter-than-air aircraft industry. Ford purchased the Stout Metal Airplane Company in July 1925 and soon began manufacturing the popular Ford Tri-Motor airplane. Interest in aviation continued until in 1928 Ford test pilot Harry Brooks was killed in a plane crash off the coast of the Florida while flying the new single passenger Ford Flivver airplane and sales of the Tri-Motor began to plummet with the onset of the Depression. The Company did again become involved with aviation during World War II, building aircraft engines, gliders and the B-24 Liberator. Ford's interest in public history grew after his humiliating testimony during the Chicago Tribune libel trial of 1919 revealed his lack of knowledge of American history. He and Clara purchased the Wayside Inn, in Sudbury, Massachusetts, in 1923. The property was built in 1683 by David Howe and operated as the Howe Tavern for many years. Upon Ford's acquisition of the property many improvements and expansions were made, including the reconstruction of the Redstone School, associated with the poem "Mary Had a Little Lamb", from Sterling, Massachusetts; opening of several schools, including the Wayside Inn Boys School; the operation of a roadside market for the sale of products generated from the farming of approximately 300 acres surrounding the Inn, and the operation of a sawmill, blacksmith shop and gristmill. Losses associated with the Inn became evident at the end of Ford's life. The Wayside Inn Corporation was formed in 1945, most of the farmland was sold off and the Boys School closed in 1947. The Inn was subsidized through the Ford Foundation until a devastating fire almost completely destroyed the structure in 1955. The Foundation agreed to rebuild the Inn and the National Trust for Historic Preservation accepted responsibility for its restoration and operation. It reopened in 1958.

From the description of Personal Topics Subject File Subgroup, 1823-1984 (bulk 1920-1947) (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289020965

Henry and Clara Ford lived in a succession of fourteen homes, the last of which, Fair Lane, was constructed on the shores of their Rouge River estate in 1915. A wealth of papers representing a cross-section of the Fords' busy and complex lives and dating back to 1835 were assembled from the rooms of the mansion after Clara died in 1950.

From the description of Fair Lane papers subgroup, 1835-1955 (bulk 1888-1950). (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 51267740

American automobile manufacturer.

From the description of The case against the little white slaver, 1914. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122637860

From the guide to the The case against the little white slaver, 1914, 1857-1869, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections)

In addition to the purchase of around twenty hydroelectric facilities or "village industries" in southeast Michigan as well as facilities in Green Island, New York, and St. Paul, Minnesota, Henry Ford purchased substantial tracts of farmland in southeast Michigan and timber and mining properties in other parts of the country. Over time he acquired around 26,000 acres of farmland and hydroelectric property in southeast Michigan, 75,000 acres of timber and rice land at Richmond HIll, Georgia, and 400,000 acres of timber and iron mining land in northern Michigan, among other properties. Most of the farmland was retained as individual farms where tenants and their families lived and worked.

From the description of Water Power and Real Estate records series, 1918-1945. (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289020963

Henry Ford resigned as President of Ford Motor Company in 1919, succeeded by his only son, Edsel Ford. In March of 1923 construction began on the Albert Kahn-designed Dearborn Engineering Laboratory. The building was completed at the end of 1924 and although he had offices in other locations, Henry Ford's office there became his most frequently used and the home base for his office staff, including E. G. Liebold and Frank Campsall. The building is located near Ford's Fair Lane estate and next to his beloved Edison Institute and housed the offices and publishing facilities of the Dearborn Publishing Company (publisher of the Dearborn Independent and Ford News), the C.E. Johansson Company, Ford radio stations, and engineering and experimental operations. The building was also the site of round table luncheons in the dining room, where Henry Ford and various executives would often dine and discuss company business. Henry Ford's main office remained at the Dearborn Engineering Laboratory until his death in 1947, allowing for the accumulation of the bulk of his office correspondence in this subgroup.

From the description of Engineering Laboratory Office records subgroup, 1920-1952. (The Henry Ford). WorldCat record id: 289024411

Biographical/Historical Note

American industrialist.

From the guide to the Henry Ford and Theodor Fritsch leaflet, 1927, (Hoover Institution Archives)

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referencedIn Roger Smith Collection. 1927 - 1934. Motion Picture Films. 1927 - 1934. PATHE NEWS
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Office of the General Counsel. Office of the General Counsel (Ford Motor Company) records series, 1908-1961 (bulk 1920-1950). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Advertisement scrapbooks and wall plaques series, 1934-1963. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Northern Michigan Operations. Northern Michigan operations records, 1920-1954. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Letter, 1890 Sep. 12, Detroit, to [J.A.] Labadie [Detroit]. University of Michigan
referencedIn Morton, Herbert Frederick, 1890-1966. Herbert Morton papers, 1929-1951. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Eleanor M. Bumgardner papers, 1919-1967 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Dearborn Publishing Company. Dearborn Independent financial records, 1920-1921. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Greenfield Village buildings records collection, circa 1854-ongoing (bulk 1929-1985) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Ford Motor Company public relations records collection, 1879-1987 (bulk 1942-1978). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn John Harvey Kellogg Papers, 1832-1965, 1874-1943 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Engineering Photographic Dept. Topical albums for Henry Ford series, 1918-1930. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Stokes, Rose Pastor, 1879-1933. Rose Pastor Stokes papers, 1900-1993 (inclusive). Yale University Library
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Scrapbook, 1914-1915. Wisconsin Historical Society, Newspaper Project
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creatorOf Brandeis, Louis Dembitz, 1856-1941. Papers, 1881-1966. Harvard Law School Library, HLS Library
referencedIn Ford, Henry, 1917-1987. Letter, 1947. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Office of Public Relations. Ford Tri-Motor homecoming records, 1955-1958. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Klann, William C., b. 1884. William C. Klann papers, ca. 1918-1926. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Oxholm, Einar. Fordlandia rubber plantation photograph album, 1928-1930. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Burton, Marion Le Roy, 1874-1925. Marion LeRoy Burton papers, 1901-1925. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Diagram of valve assembly initialled by Henry Ford, 1926. Library of Congress
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Fair Lane papers subgroup, 1835-1955 (bulk 1888-1950). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Valentiner, Wilhelm Reinhold, 1880-1958. Wilhelm Reinhold Valentiner papers, 1860-1974. Smithsonian Archives of American Art
referencedIn Scharchburg, Richard P. Richard Scharchburg's published articles 1964-2000. Kettering University
referencedIn Levitt Luzern Custer Papers, 1886-1998 Wright State University, Special Collections and Archives
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Archives. Collected research papers subgroup, 1951-1956. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Bankhead, William Brockman, 1874-1940. Papers, 1875-1952 and n.d. Alabama Department of Archives and History
referencedIn University of Michigan. Dept. of History. Dept. of History (University of Michigan) senior honors theses, 1969-[ongoing]. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
referencedIn Lewis, David Lanier, 1927-. David Lanier Lewis papers, 1940-2003. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. B-24 FORD WILLOW RUN
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Highland Park Office records subgroup, 1902-1928 (bulk 1907-1919) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Dearborn Publishing Co. (Dearborn, Mich.). Anti-Semitic publications, 1920-1951. Western Reserve Historical Society, Research Library
referencedIn Edison at Work district records subgroup, circa 1862-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Marr, Walter Lorenzo, 1865-1941. Walter Lorenzo Marr papers, 1900-1964 bulk 1900-1927. Kettering University
referencedIn Wilkins, Mira, 1931-. Mira Wilkins papers, ca. 1957-1963. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Rosenbach Company. Correspondence, 1903-1953. Rosenbach Museum & Library
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Office of Public Relations. Ford Motor Company fiftieth anniversary reports, 1953. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Watson, Elaine. Papers, 1967-1972. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Dahlinger, Evangeline. Correspondence, 1917. Clarke Historical Library
referencedIn Hutchinson, J. Dall, 1913-. Autobiography, 1973. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Engineering Photographic Dept. General photograph albums subseries, ca. 1924-1930. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Surface, Charlotte. Report, 1963. Dearborn Historical Museum
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Disbursing Vouchers and Remittances series, 1912-1952 (bulk 1919-1947) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Henry Ford and Theodor Fritsch leaflet, 1927. Stanford University, Hoover Institution Library
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Office of Public Relations. Public Relations Research Library. Public Relations Research Library records series, 1903-1963 (bulk 1942-1955). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Edith Wherry Muckleston papers, 1858-1961 Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries
referencedIn Ford Motor Company Collection. 1903 - 1954. Films Relating to Henry Ford and Ford Motor Company. 1978 - 1980. Road to Happiness
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Miscellaneous Ford Motor Company blueprints and drawings collection, 1906-1951. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn George Washington Carver photographs, ca. 1935. Tennessee State Library & Archives, TSLA
referencedIn Records of the Office of War Information. 1926 - 1951. Propaganda, Information, and Documentary Motion Pictures. 1942 - 1945. REMEMBERING PEARL HARBOR [ETC]
referencedIn Working Farms district records subgroup, circa 1859-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Dearborn Engineering Library. Engineering Library Vertical File for Henry Ford collection, 1870-1945 (bulk 1935-1944) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn De Loach, R. J. H. (Robert John Henderson), 1873-1964. Robert John Henderson De Loach photograph album, 1918. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Accounting Department. Accounting Department (Ford Motor Company) records subgroup, 1905-1945 (bulk 1915-1940) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Mechanical & electrical power collection, 1785-1940. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Henry Ford Office records, 1823-1984 (bulk 1920-1947) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Laird, Raymond H., 1898-1968. Raymond H. Laird collection, 1776-1950 (bulk 1925-1950). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Duncan, Isadora, 1877-1927. TLS 1927 January 12 Nice, France to Henry Ford Copley Press, J S Copley Library
referencedIn Selden patent lawsuit collection, 1891-1955 (bulk 1900-1925) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Liebold, Ernest G. (Ernest Gustav), 1884-1956. Rosika Schwimmer collection, 1927. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Ford Motor Company International records collection, 1917-1979 (bulk 1920-1948). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Office of Public Relations. Ford Motor Company fiftieth anniversary records, 1947-1952. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford, Claud E. 1879-1965 . Claud E. Ford papers, 1860-1965 (bulk 1930-1965) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Old time fiddlers photograph album, 1926. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Applegate, Emery L. Emery L. Applegate records, 1923-1962. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Fordson Estates Limited. Fordson Estates Limited records, 1931-1956 (bulk 1931-1946) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Photographic Department. New York World's Fair (1939-1940) photograph albums, 1939-1940. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974. Charles Augustus Lindbergh papers, 1830-1987 (inclusive), 1911-1974 (bulk). Yale University Library
referencedIn Stokes, Anson Phelps, 1874-1958. Anson Phelps Stokes family papers, 1761-1960 (inclusive), 1892-1958 (bulk). Yale University Library
referencedIn Norman Hapgood (1868-1937) Papers, 1922 and 1966 American Jewish Historical Society
referencedIn Henry Ford's Model T district records subgroup, circa 1876-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Records of the Office of War Information. 1926 - 1951. Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels. 1942 - 1945. NEW YORK HAILS WAR HEROES OF UNITED NATIONS [ETC.]
referencedIn Dept. of Journalism (University of Michigan) research papers, 1967-1978 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Hood, Ann. Ann Hood papers, 1940. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Engineering Photographic Dept. Photographs for Henry Ford series, 1918-1987. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Buckberry, Marvin. Marvin Buckberry papers, 1944-1949. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Correspondence, 1860-1979. Houghton Library.
referencedIn Allan Nevins project : oral history, 1966-1971. Columbia University in the City of New York, Columbia University Libraries
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Archives. Archives (Ford Motor Company) photographs subgroup, 1890-1980 (bulk 1920-1960). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Archives. Oral history subgroup, 1951-1961. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Henry Ford and Theodor Fritsch leaflet, 1927 Hoover Institution Archives.
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creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Henry Ford and Ford family papers, 1773-1955 (bulk 1915-1950). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Scott, Fred Newton, 1860-1931. Fred Newton Scott papers, 1882-1931. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Letter, 1887 Mar. 25, Detroit, to [J.A.] Labadie [Detroit]. University of Michigan
referencedIn Harvard, Claude, 1911-. Oral history interview with Claude Harvard September 13 and 17, 1990. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
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referencedIn Laird, Raymond H., 1898-1968. Autobiography, 1968. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Motive Power Dept. Records, 1881-1964 (bulk 1910-1948). Hagley Museum & Library
referencedIn William Livingstone and family papers, 1850-1995, 1865-1925 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Sulzer, William, 1863-1941. Scrapbooks, 1906-1936. American Periodical Series I
referencedIn Rankin, Robert, 1887-1966. Robert Rankin papers, 1940-1947. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Labadie, Jo, 1850-1933. Jo Labadie papers, 1880-1931. University of Michigan
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Archives. Topical photographic prints in binders series, ca. 1903-1960. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. UNITED STATES ARMY AIR FORCES NEWSREEL
referencedIn Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [NOV. 18]
referencedIn Weaver, Delmar Franklin, 1907-. Memoirs of Delmar Franklin Weaver [manuscript] [1948.]. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Papers, 1881-1966 Harvard Law School Library, Harvard University.
referencedIn Records of the U.S. Maritime Commission. 1917 - 1950. Motion Picture Films. 1929 - 1945. F.D.R. TOUR
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Archives. Activities subgroup, 1953-1964. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Campsall, Frank Charles, 1884-1946. Frank Campsall records series, 1887-1947 (bulk 1920-1935) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Non-Automotive Interests and Activities records series, 1916-1931 (bulk 1923-1931) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Rose Pastor Stokes papers, 1900-1993 Yale University. Department of Manuscripts and Archives
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Henry Ford papers, 1914-1947 Detroit Public Library, Detroit Main Library
referencedIn Flaherty, Stephen. Ragtime : the musical / music by Stephen Flaherty ; lyrics by Lynn Ahrens ; book by Terrence McNally ; based on the novel Ragtime by E.L. Doctorow, 2009. New York Public Library System, NYPL
referencedIn Dana, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 1881-1950. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Dana letters [manuscript], 1940, n.d. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Austin W. Curtis Papers, 1896-1971 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Papers relating to the Ford peace plan, 1915-1918. Library of Congress
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Engineering Photographic Dept. Engineering Photographic Department (Ford Motor Company) photographs subgroup, 1918-1987. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Teppert, Edward A. Edward A. Teppert's scrapbook about Henry Ford, 1938. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Herndon, Booton. Papers of Booton Herndon, 1939-1986. University of Virginia. Library
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Finance Division. Finance Division (Ford Motor Company) records subgroup, 1901-1949. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Photographic Dept. Photographic Department (Ford Motor Company) photographs subgroup, 1913-1971 (bulk 1920-1955). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Stidger, William L. (William Le Roy), 1886-. [Letter] 1922 Septemaber 21, Ditroit, Michigan [to] Mr. Edwin Markham, [Staten Island] / William. L. Stidger. Wagner College, Horrmann Library
referencedIn Carmichael, Joe. Ford family, October 8, 1964. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
referencedIn University of Michigan. Dept. of Journalism. Dept. of Journalism (University of Michigan) research papers, 1967-1978. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
referencedIn Moore, J. Hampton (Joseph Hampton), 1864-1950. J. Hampton Moore papers, 1786-1952 (bulk 1906-1936). Historical Society of Pennsylvania
referencedIn Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [JAN. 23]
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Auditing Department. Audit reports series, 1928-1946. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Roy Dikeman Chapin Papers, 1886-1945, 1910-1936 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Friedel, Curt. Curt Friedel photograph album, 1938. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Holt, Frederick Holford, 1867-1929. Peace papers, 1915-1917. University of Michigan
creatorOf Cordell, H. M. Letter, 1924 Oct. 17, Dearborn, Mich., to Jo Labadie, Wixom, Mich. University of Michigan
referencedIn Dearborn Independent Aaron Sapiro v. Henry Ford lawsuit collection, 1919-1929. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Driscoll, Glenn L (1896-1975.). Glenn L. Driscoll papers, 1933. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Nevins, Allan, 1890-1971. Papers, 1912-1992. Columbia University in the City of New York, Columbia University Libraries
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Henry and Clara Ford Financial records series, 1912-1946 (bulk 1919-1942) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford Office. Official telegram file records, 1944-1948. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Hagelthorn, Richard L. Papers, 1963-1966. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Companhia Ford Industrial do Brasil. Companhia Ford Industrial do Brasil records, 1920-1950. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Jakobowski, Angela. Report, 1963. Dearborn Historical Museum
creatorOf Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. Letter 1923 August 2, New York City. [to] Henry Ford, Unknown / [Edwin Markham]. Wagner College, Horrmann Library
referencedIn Porches and Parlors district records subgroup, circa 1854-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Soutar, Andrew, 1879-1941. Andrew Soutar collection. [1928]. University of Victoria Libraries, UVic
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Photographic Dept. Photographic Library (Earle Harger) records series, 1938-1971 (bulk 1953-1970). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. General Personal records series, 1823-1984 (bulk 1920-1947) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Cameron, William John, 1878-1955. Henry Ford imprints and reprints collection, 1850-1950 (bulk 1935-1944). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn William B. Mershon Papers, 1848-1943 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. DONALD NELSON amp; PARTY VISIT DETROIT
referencedIn Henry Ford & Son, Ltd. Henry Ford & Son, Ltd. series, 1917-1924. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford, Josephine F., 1923-. A Weekend with the Edison-Ford-Firestone Camping Party / Henry Ford album, 1921. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Cleary, James J. (James Joyce), 1888-1974. James J. Cleary papers, 1837-1988 bulk 1907-1956. Historical Society of Pennsylvania
referencedIn Mott, Charles Stewart, 1875-1973. Papers, 1896-1973. University of Michigan-Flint, Frances Willson Thompson Library
creatorOf Fox, Maurice Winslow, 1883-1970. Maurice W. Fox papers, 1883-1969. Detroit Public Library, Detroit Main Library
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Dearborn Engineering Laboratory records series, 1906-1940 (bulk 1923-1928). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Dept. of History (University of Michigan) student papers, 1930-1987 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Brasol, Boris, b. 1885. Boris Brasol papers, 1919-1954. Library of Congress
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Ford Motor Company photographs collection, 1890-1987 (bulk 1920-1955). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Thomas McKee papers, 1890-1933 The New York Public Library. Music Division.
referencedIn Oswald Garrison Villard papers, 1872-1949. Houghton Library.
referencedIn Frank Murphy papers, 1908-1949 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Abraham Aaron Roback papers, 1909-1965. Houghton Library.
referencedIn Charles Tyley Newton Papers, 1907-1947 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Malcomson, Alex Y. (Alexander Y.). Alex Y. Malcomson scrapbook and clippings, 1903-1923 (bulk 1903-1907). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Records Moved to Engineering Laboratory in 1919 series, 1911-1928 (bulk 1914-1919) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Percy W. Cromwell cartoons, ca. 1918-ca. 1932 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Huntley, John Wilson, 1833-1928. John Wilson Huntley papers, 1883-1962 ; (bulk, 1883-1928). University of South Carolina, University Libraries
referencedIn Goodspeed, Stuart Morris, 1906-1955. Stuart Morris Goodspeed collection, 1931. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Lamont, Thomas W. (Thomas William), 1870-1948. Papers, 1894-1948 (inclusive). Harvard Business School, Knowledge and Library Services/Baker Library
referencedIn Fred Newton Scott papers, 1860-1931 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn MacDonald, Mary V., 1931-. Papers, 1963-1973. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Jesse Siddall Reeves Papers, 1853-1942, 1901-1942 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Railroad Junction district records subgroup, circa 1862-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Henry Ford's historical questionnaire collection, 1929-1931. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Hillquit, Morris, 1869-1933. Papers, 1886-1944. Wisconsin Historical Society, Newspaper Project
referencedIn Records of the Office of War Information. 1926 - 1951. Motion Picture Films from "United News" Newsreels. 1942 - 1945. LATEST FILMS OF THE WAR IN ITALY [ETC.]
referencedIn Johnson, David Bancroft, 1856-1928. David Bancroft Johnson papers, 1842-1971. University of South Carolina, University Libraries
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Estate of Henry Ford. Office of Henry Ford and Clara Ford Estate records series, 1832-1955 (bulk 1918-1951) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Low, Eleanore (Train), 1892-1978. Papers, 1855-1967. Campbell University, Wiggins Memorial Library
referencedIn Sligh Family Papers, 1842-1967 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
creatorOf The case against the little white slaver, 1914, 1857-1869 L. Tom Perry Special Collections20th Century Western & Mormon Manuscripts
referencedIn Satterthwaite, Joseph Newton, 1855-1946. Joseph Newton Satterthwaite collection. State Archive of Michigan
referencedIn Marshall, Vause Webb, 1880-1954. Papers, 1886-1954 (bulk 1930-1948). Virginia Historical Society Library
referencedIn Maybury, William Cotter, 1848-1909. William Cotter Maybury papers, 1868-1904 Detroit Public Library, Detroit Main Library
referencedIn Pirie MacDonald Portrait Photograph Collection, [1885]-1942 (bulk 1900-1942) © 2011 New-York Historical Society
referencedIn William H. McNitt papers, 1968-1976 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Records of the Extension Service. 1888 - 2000. Motion Picture Films. 1915 - 1959. UNA CARAVANA PERIODISTICA
referencedIn Records of U.S. Air Force Commands, Activities, and Organizations. 1900 - 2003. Moving Images Relating to Military Aviation Activities. 1947 - 1984. US ARMY AIR FORCES NEWSREEL
referencedIn Main Street district records subgroup, circa 1812-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ablewhite, H. S. (Hayward S.), 1887-1964. Hayward S. Ablewhite collection, 1840-1928 (bulk 1922-1928). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Nolen, John, 1869-1937. John Nolen papers, 1890-1938, 1954-1960. Cornell University Library
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Financial records subgroup, 1912-1952 (bulk 1919-1946) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Keep, Helen E. (Helen Elizabeth), 1868-. Helen Elizabeth Keep papers, 1932-1959. Smithsonian Archives of American Art
referencedIn Detroit Trust Company. Lincoln Motor Company receivership records, 1917-1922. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [JAN. 16]
referencedIn Stokes, Rose Pastor, 1879-1933. Rose Pastor Stokes papers, 1900-1993 (inclusive). Yale University Library
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Engineering Laboratory Office records subgroup, 1920-1952. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Barkman, Joseph, 1890-. Scrapbooks, 1922-1930. Clarke Historical Library
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Selden v. Ford patent lawsuit collection, 1904-1915. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Lewis, Carrol Jean Smith. Papers, 1962-1972. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Knudsen, William S., 1879-1948. Papers of William and Semon Knudsen, 1896-1998. Detroit Public Library, Detroit Main Library
referencedIn Thomas, R. J. (Rolland Jay), 1900-1967,. Oral history interview with R.J. THomas, 1963. Wayne State University, Archives of Labor & Urban Affairs
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Ford Motor Company production reports, 1919-1952. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Fair Lane railroad business car collection, 1920-1989 (bulk 1929-1984). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Sulzer, William, 1863-1941. [Scrapbook about Hon. William Sulzer], ca. 1914-1935. Lincoln Memorial University Library, Carnegie-Vincent Library
creatorOf Schwimmer, Rosika, 1877-1948. Rosika Schwimmer papers, 1890-1983 (bulk 1904-1948). New York Public Library System, NYPL
referencedIn Duryea, Charles E., 1861-1938. Papers of Charles E. Duryea, 1878-1957 (bulk 1898-1930). Detroit Public Library, Detroit Main Library
referencedIn James Couzens Papers, 1903-1940 Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Ford Motor Company financial records collection, 1901-1955 (bulk 1913-1948) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Allan Nevins Papers, 1912-1992 Columbia University. Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
creatorOf John R. Hickman Audio Collection. 1925 - 1975. Sound Recordings of Historical Radio Broadcasts, World War II Government Documentaries, and Popular Radio Shows. 1906 - 1993. Light's Golden Jubilee Celebration
creatorOf Rumely, Edward A. (Edward Aloysius), 1882-1964. Edward A. Rumely papers, 1904-1959. University of Oregon Libraries, UO Libraries
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Miscellaneous Ford Motor Company Drawings collection, 1924-1940. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Ford, Henry, 1863-1947. Henry Ford correspondence, 1942 Jan. 7. American Jewish Archives
referencedIn Edward A. Rumely papers, 1904-1959 Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries
referencedIn Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [AUG. 4]
referencedIn Wright Brothers collection, 1867-2006 (bulk 1903-1956). The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford and Model T songs collection, 1910-1939 The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Purchasing Department. Purchasing Department (Ford Motor Company) records subgroup, 1903-1946 (bulk 1921-1943) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn William L. Mills Papers, 1920-1988, 1950-1957 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Paramount Pictures, Inc., Collection. 1951 - 1951. Motion Picture Newsreel Films. 10/1941 - 3/1957. PARAMOUNT NEWS [AUG. 4]
referencedIn Sperry, Elmer Ambrose, 1860-1930. Papers, 1876-1931. Hagley Museum & Library
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Engineering Photographic Dept. Photographs for the company series, 1918-1954. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
creatorOf Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943. John Harvey Kellogg papers, 1869-1965. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
referencedIn Knox, Frank, 1874-1944. Papers of Frank Knox, 1898-1954. Library of Congress
referencedIn Anson Phelps Stokes family papers, 1761-1960, 1892-1958 Yale University. Department of Manuscripts and Archives
referencedIn MacDonald, Gordon A., 1899-1982. Papers, 1964-1970. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Renfroe, Marion. Marion Renfroe papers, 1930-1952. Emory University Library, Special Collect Department
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referencedIn Henry Ford Peace Expedition (1915-1916). Collected records, 1915-1940 1915-1916 (bulk) [microform]. Swarthmore College, Peace Collection, SCPC
referencedIn Larzelere, Claude S., 1866-1946. Papers, 1941,1946. Clarke Historical Library
referencedIn Elihu Stone papers, undated, 1913-1962 American Jewish Historical Society
referencedIn Schumann, Roy, b. 1897. Interview, 1951. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. George Brubaker records subgroup, 1917-1928. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Boris Brasol Papers, 1919-1954 Library of Congress. Manuscript Division
referencedIn Stout, Richard H. Richard Stout papers, 1896-1994 bulk 1920-1960. Kettering University
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Archives. Administrative files subgroup, 1948-1977. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
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referencedIn Barthel, Oliver E., 1877-1969. Oliver Edward Barthel papers, 1868-1955 Detroit Public Library, Detroit Main Library
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creatorOf Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943. John Harvey Kellogg papers, 1869-1965. University of Michigan, Bentley Historical Library
referencedIn McMillan, William C.,. William C. McMillan picture collection, ca. 1920-1945. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
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referencedIn Marion L. Burton Papers, 1895-1925, 1921-1925 Bentley Historical Library , University of Michigan
referencedIn Elwood R. Quesada Papers. 1920 - 1967. Photographs
referencedIn Martin, P. E. (Peter Edmund), 1882-1944. P. E. Martin Papers, 1880-1943. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Liberty Craftworks district records subgroup, circa 1851-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Ford Motor Company. Henry Ford Farms records, 1909-1950 (bulk 1922-1948) The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Lochner, Louis Paul, 1887-1975. Louis Paul Lochner papers, 1903-1972. Wisconsin Historical Society, Newspaper Project
referencedIn Smith, Albert. Albert Smith publications and clippings collection. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
referencedIn Davis, Charles W. Papers, 1965. Dearborn Historical Museum
referencedIn Former Greenfield Village buildings records subgroup, circa 1829-ongoing. The Henry Ford, Benson Ford Research Center
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