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Archives vertical file, circa 1929-ongoing.

Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Archives Vertical File, arranged alphabetically by topic, is an intentionally assembled collection of predominately printed material on a wide variety of subjects related to Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company, and the automobile industry. The bulk of the Archives Vertical File focuses on Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company including subjects such as Henry and Clara Ford's ancestors and descendants, and other  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Vertical files
Named Person: Bryant family.; Thomas A Edison; Firestone family.; Bill Ford; Clara Bryant Ford; Edsel Ford; Henry Ford; Henry Ford, II; Ford family.
Document Type: Archival Material
OCLC Number: 62301695
Description: 48 cubic ft. and 3 oversize boxes.

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The Archives Vertical File, arranged alphabetically by topic, is an intentionally assembled collection of predominately printed material on a wide variety of subjects related to Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company, and the automobile industry. The bulk of the Archives Vertical File focuses on Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company including subjects such as Henry and Clara Ford's ancestors and descendants, and other relatives; Henry Ford's residences and properties such as Fair Lane and Wayside Inn; Henry Ford's friends including Thomas Edison and family, Harvey Firestone and family, and other notable individuals; Henry Ford's personal interests including automobile racing, aviation, camping, education, historic preservation, Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village (now The Henry Ford), soybeans, and village industries; Ford Motor Company's activities, anniversaries, buildings, defense production during World War I and World War II, domestic and international plants, divisions, employees, executives, products, public relations, rubber plantations in Belterra and Fordlandia, and subsidiaries. Also included is material on automobile models produced by competitive automobile manufacturing companies, both domestic and foreign; the automobile industry's 100th anniversary; people who have signifantly impacted the automobile industry; and worlds fairs and automobile exhibitions.

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