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Fri Mar 21 17:12:41 2014 UTClccn-n861142100.00John F. Dodge Estate Trust Lawsuit collection,0.641.00Before we met : a story of the start of a few friends45788298Roy_D._Chapinn 861142101796417lccn-n80079683Hudson Motor Car Companylccn-no00019807Long, J. C.(John Cuthbert)1892-lccn-n88288740Hyde, Charles K.1945-nc-e libro corpe-libro, Corpnp-bezner, frederick oBezner, Frederick O.lccn-n98020942Coffin, Howard E.1873-1937np-behn, guido bBehn, Guido B.lccn-n83054431United StatesBureau of the Censuslccn-n92071696Republican Party (Mich.)lccn-n87926606Anderson, Isabel1876-1948Chapin, Roy D.(Roy Dikeman)1880-1936CensusHistoryUnited StatesChapin, Roy D.--(Roy Dikeman),Hudson Motor Car CompanyAutomobile engineersIndustrialistsRetail tradeChain storesTravelAfrica, NorthTransportation, AutomotiveTransportationAutomobile industry and tradeRailroadsMichiganRepublican Party (Mich.)University of MichiganMichigan--DetroitPresidents--ElectionUniversities and colleges--FacultyPolitical scienceFord, Henry,ElectionsPhilippinesMichigan--AdrianMotor vehicle industryFord, Edsel,Permanent International Association of Road CongressesFord Motor CompanyProperty taxPoliticiansInventionsRepublican National ConventionDodge, John F.--(John Francis),LawHoover, Herbert,United States.--ArmyMurphy, Frank,United States.--Department of CommerceMichigan--Ann ArborBurton, Marion Le Roy,ScientistsLocal transitYoung Men's Christian associationsUnited States Military AcademyAutomobiles--Design and constructionIntercollegiate Conference of Faculty RepresentativesManagementGreen, William,Dodge, Horace E.--(Horace Elgin),Ford, Henry,--II,1880193619171918192319271930194519741999200320043543242658.8730973HF3007122ocn645940823file19180.95Chapin, Roy DThe new way to market92ocn645942823file19170.88Chapin, Roy DModern production83ocn039623800book19230.98Chapin, Roy DHow highway transport cooperates71ocn056109961book20030.81United StatesFifteenth census of the United States. Census of distribution. Retail distribution. Retail chainsCensus42ocn037873216book19270.96Chapin, Roy DWhat is our goal in foreign trade? Address before International Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., May 2, 192731ocn027269272book19270.81Anderson, IsabelFrom Corsair to Riffian22ocn077613180mix1.00Lane, Victor HVictor Hugo Lane papersHistoryCorrespondence relating to his law school activities, his interest in the Presbyterian churches of Adrian, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, the University Student Religious Association, the Young Men's Christian Association, the Western Intercollegiate Conference, the Michigan Law Review, and the Uncle Sam Macaroni Co. of Tecumseh, Michigan; letter, June 1, 1903, from Gustavus Ohlinger on the Philippines. Correspondents include: Charles Baird, Henry M. Bates, Roy D. Chapin, Claudius B. Grant, Frank W. Fletcher22ocn027090903com19741.00Chapin, Roy D[Roy Chapin tells Economic Club of Detroit the reasons he supports mass transportation in Michigan]22ocn034422345mix1.00Squier, George OwenGeorge Owen Squier papersCorrespondence, personal account books, reports, military orders, student notebooks (U.S. Military Academy and Johns Hopkins University), notes and other material largely related to his scientific interests, particularly in telegraphy and trans-oceanic cables; also diaries kept while a West Point cadet, one of which contains a family history and autobiography; Ph. D. thesis in physics from Johns Hopkins University; and photographs11ocn034422452book1.00Fitzgerald, Frank DFrank Dwight Fitzgerald papersLouis C. Walker, Carl M. Weideman, Walter White, Jesse P. Wolcott, Roy O. Woodruff, and Fielding H. Yost11ocn034422205mix1.00Burton, Marion Le RoyMarion LeRoy Burton papersRoy D. Chapin, Robert H. Clancy, William L. Clements, Mortimer E. Cooley, Calvin Coolidge, James J. Couzens, Edwin Denby, Lloyd C. Douglas, W.E.B. DuBois, John R. Effinger, Woodbridge N. Ferris, Frank W. Fletcher, Edsel B. Ford, Henry Ford, Robert L. Frost, Samuel Gompers, Alexander J. Groesbeck, Warren G. Harding, Joseph R. Hayden, Wilbert B. Hinsdale, Herbert C. Hoover, Charles E. Hughes, Harry B. Hutchins, International Anti-Narcotic League, International Narcotic Education Association, Alfred H11ocn034421099mix1.00Hudson Motor Car CompanyHudson Motor Car Company recordsMinutes, 1910-1911, of production, sales, engineering and executive committees; general order file, 1910-1913, detailing company policies and decisions; and other scattered records, including articles of incorporation, stockholders reports, and employee contracts11ocn079895927mix1.00Fitzgerald, Frank DFrank Dwight Fitzgerald papersLouis C. Walker, Carl M. Weideman, Walter White, Jesse P. Wolcott, Roy O. Woodruff, and Fielding H. Yost11ocn034419398mix1.00Michener, Earl CoryEarl C. Michener papersCorrespondence, 1898-1934, newspaper clippings, 1920-1950, including materials concerning veterans and other constituent affairs, political campaigns, the Republican Party, the influence of the Ku Klux Klan in the election of 1924, and personal affairs11ocn844451452book19301.00Ways and means of financing highways (A) road construction, (B) maintenance11ocn080711269mix1.00Burton, Marion Le RoyMarion LeRoy Burton papersRoy D. Chapin, Robert H. Clancy, William L. Clements, Mortimer E. Cooley, Calvin Coolidge, James J. Couzens, Edwin Denby, Lloyd C. Douglas, W.E.B. DuBois, John R. Effinger, Woodbridge N. Ferris, Frank W. Fletcher, Edsel B. Ford, Henry Ford, Robert L. Frost, Samuel Gompers, Alexander J. Groesbeck, Warren G. Harding, Joseph R. Hayden, Wilbert B. Hinsdale, Herbert C. Hoover, Charles E. Hughes, Harry B. Hutchins, International Anti-Narcotic League, International Narcotic Education Association, Alfred H2492ocn054803605book20040.56Long, J. CRoy D. Chapin : the man behind the Hudson Motor Car CompanyHistoryBiography+-+K936889635282ocn009512613book19450.70Long, J. CRoy D. ChapinHistoryBiography71ocn606127452file19300.81Before we met a story of the start of a few friendsHistoryElaborate tongue-in-cheek story of founders of Hudson Motor Car Co., focusing primarily on Frederick O. Bezner31ocn019966332book19301.00Before we met : a story of the start of a few friendsHistoryElaborate tongue-in-cheek story of founders of Hudson Motor Car Co., focusing primarily on Frederick O. Bezner11ocn034419853mix1.00University of MichiganDept. of History (University of Michigan) student papers, Series IIResearch papers prepared for University of Michigan history classes, primarily concerning Michigan social and political history, Michigan community history, and Michigan biography11ocn062246246mixDetroit Trust CompanyJohn F. Dodge Estate Trust Lawsuit collectionHistoryTrials, litigation, etcThe John F. Dodge Estate Trust Lawsuit collection is comprised of documents assembled by a Detroit Trust Company vice president, Raymond H. Berry, while representing the estate in the Additional Tax Case of the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR) versus the Ford Motor Compay's (FMC) former minority shareholders. Berry was the primary contact with the Ford Motor Company, which cooperated fully with the appellants. The documents in the collection pertain almost exclusively to the case and provide voluminous evidence supporting a value of $9,489.34 or more for a share of FMC stock in 1913. The records are arranged into two series. The first and most substantial is the Topical Files series, 1902-1928 (9.2 cubic ft. and 1 oversize box), which is arranged alphabetically by subject. The series includes copies of most of the important documents relating to the case, including memoranda of conferences with potential witnesses, outlines of the planned case against the BIR, exhibits, briefs, and other material used by the attorneys. It is an excellent source for researchers interested in the early years and products of the FMC, its production techniques, its finances, and its key personnel. Included are FMC financial statements, lists of FMC plants and their dates of establishment, annual reports to the state of Michigan from 1921 to 1924, annual reports to the state of Delaware from 1919 to 1925, and various production and earnings records. There is also information regarding competing automotive firms, memoranda with key industry leaders, material relating to the Dodge brothers from 1916 until their deaths in 1920, key published pieces on the history of the automotive industry, comprehensive bibliographies, and material documenting road construction in Michigan from 1905 to 1924. FMC personnel interviewed include P. E. Martin and Gus Degener on factory techniques; Clarence W. Avery on the development of the moving assembly line; Fred H. Diehl on purchasing; Stanley Hoag of the Traffic Department; John R. Lee on the Sociological Department; William S. Knudson on the branch assembly plant system; and Joseph A. Galamb on Model T design. Executives with FMC suppliers interviewed include executives from the Rand Manufacturing Corporation, the Kelsey Wheel Company, and the C. R. Wilson Body Company. Officers of competitive automotive firms interviewed include Roy D. Chapin of the Hudson Motor Car Company; Charles D. Hastings of the Hupp Motor Car Company; Fred J. Haynes, president of Dodge Brothers, Walter C. Marmon of the Marmon Motor Car Company; and Windsor T. White, president of the White Motor Company. Three of the shareholders were interviewed: John W. Anderson, Horace H. Rackham, and David Gray. The petitioner's attorneys also contacted and interviewed two well-known technical writers: Fred H. Colvin and Fay Leone Faurote. Fauote's research for the attorneys includes bibliographies, lists of potential witnesses, lists of machines, and dates of machine installation. Of particular note are copies of Spooner & Wells photographs containing Faurote's detailed comments explaining what was unique about the machines, their purpose, and production economies affected by their use. A very small second series, Financial records, 1904-1919 (1 oversize box), is comprised of Ford Motor Company monthly financial statements from 1904 to 1919; notices of deficiency of taxes for the John F. Dodge General Trust for 1925; copies of stock certificates; and other material related to the request for additiional taxes from the BIR. Researchers should note that extended descriptive information is available in an expanded finding aid created by Dr. Trent Boggess in 2005. It is filed in the first folder of the first box11ocn055795137mixMcMillan, William CWilliam C. McMillan picture collectionThe collection is comprised of ten loose-leaf binder photograph albums. Three are entitled Ford Close-ups. Two of the Ford Close-ups albums feature Edsel Ford; one has Henry Ford inscribed in the lower right corner. The latter is comprised of sixty-four photographic caricatures of Henry, Edsel, and key Ford Motor Company executives and associates (mostly unidentified); the others are photographs of varying sizes and quality, some of which have been trimmed. Also included is an Edsel Bryant Ford chronology through 1943. About half of the photographs have an associated caption. Seven albums are entitled Strictly Personal and are numbered 20, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, and 30. Four of the Strictly Personal albums have Edsel Ford inscribed on the lower right corner of the cover; the fifth is not so identified but also primarily contains images of Edsel, half of which are captioned. Two Strictly Personal albums (20 and 26) are inscribed Mrs. Henry Ford. All of the albums feature Henry, Clara and Edsel Ford as they appeared in public both formally and informally. Some of the images reflect roles and functions relating to the Ford Motor Company; others show the Fords with various family members and friends, mostly at community events. There are a significant number of photographs of Henry and Edsel together11ocn052101891mix0.10Duryea, Charles EPapers of Charles E. DuryeaHistoryArchivesPatentsRecords and correspondenceCharles Duryea's papers offer evidence to support his claim that he designed and built the first gasoline automobile in the U.S., as well as other claims related to automobile sales, advertising and racing. Important topics covered are: Automobile Old Timers Association, automotive history, bicycle history, Chicago Times Herald race; Duryea controversy; patent history, Selden patent case. Notable correspondents include David Beecroft, Roy D. Chapin, William Deats, Frank Duryea, M. Jerry Duryea, Andrew L. Dyke, Elwood P. Haynes, Charles B. King, Arthur Pound and George Romney11ocn035067495visu1.00Chapin, Roy DRoy D. Chapin photograph seriesPortraits, photos of conferences and other meetings attended, promotional photos of Hudson automobiles; and photos of Amelia Earhart, Orville Wright, Herbert Hoover, Mark Twain, and automobile industry figures11ocn052003554art1999Chapin, Roy Dikeman11ocn034418948mix1.00Chapin, Roy DRoy Dikeman Chapin papersManagement policies, production, and labor organizing. Correspondents include: Frederick M. Alger, Bernard Baruch, Henry M. Bates, Frederick O. Bezner, Wilber M. Brucker, William L. Clements, James J. Couzens, John D. Dingell, Woodbridge N. Ferris, Harvey S. Firestone, Carl G. Fisher, Arthur Fleming, Edsel B. Ford, Samuel Gompers, Warren G. Harding, Paul G. Hoffman, Herbert Hoover, Joseph L. Hudson, Cordell Hull, Harry B. Hutchins, Pyke Johnson, Henry B. Joy, Frank Knox, Albert D. Lasker, Henry M11ocn070982271mix1.00Couzens, JamesJames Couzens papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, articles, speeches, subject files, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Couzen's work with the Ford Motor Company (1903-1915), campaign for mayor of Detroit in 1918, service in the U.S. Senate (1922-1936), and farm near Pontiac, Mich. Correspondents include James Francis Byrnes, Arthur Capper, John J. Carson, Roy D. Chapin, Charles E. Coughlin, Glenn Hammond Curtiss, Joseph Edward Davies, Horace E. Dodge, John F. Dodge, Henry Ford, William Green, Edgar A. Guest, Herbert Hoover, Cordell Hull, Jesse H. Jones, Charles Horace Mayo, Frank Murphy, Herbert Bayard Swope, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and William H. Woodin11ocn034419057mix1.00Chapin, Roy DRoy D. Chapin papersPersonal correspondence, speeches, papers relating to international business operations of AMC and its divisions, and photographs11ocn081283895mix1.00Lincoln Highway AssociationLincoln Highway Association archiveHistoryGuidebooksThe photographs were taken in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, and California. Digital facsimiles of the photographs may be viewed at The Lincoln Highway Digital Image Collection:11ocn758981039mixAutomotive industry design oral histories collectionThe Automotive Industry Design Oral Histories collection consists of tapes and transcripts of interviews with automotive designers conducted by David Crippen of The Henry Ford staff during the late 1980s. There are approximately 118 interviews, some of which are available digitally and online: http://www.autolife.umd.umich.edu/Oral_histories.htm01ocn122656323bookWhite, FrancisFrancis White papersSourcesRecords and correspondenceThe Francis White Papers consist of correspondence, speeches, memos and office files relating to his White's career in the Foreign Service and his work for ITT and the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council. It is+-+K936889635Fri Mar 21 15:33:02 EDT 2014batch22947