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Audit reports series, 1928-1946.

Author: Ford Motor Company. Auditing Department.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Audit reports series, 1928-1946 (0.4 cubic ft.), Acc. 517, is made up of audit reports, correspondence, interdepartmental memoranda (mainly between the Auditing Department and the Accounting Department), and working papers. Subjects and departments covered by the audits include Purchasing Department handling of government contracts, 1945; Dearborn branches and offices, in particular the Dearborn Engineering  Read more...
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Named Person: Benson Ford; Edsel Ford; Eleanor Ford; Henry Ford; Henry Ford, II
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ford Motor Company. Auditing Department.
OCLC Number: 159957467
In: Auditing Department records subgroup.; Ford Motor Company Financial records collection
Description: 0.4 cubic ft.

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The Audit reports series, 1928-1946 (0.4 cubic ft.), Acc. 517, is made up of audit reports, correspondence, interdepartmental memoranda (mainly between the Auditing Department and the Accounting Department), and working papers. Subjects and departments covered by the audits include Purchasing Department handling of government contracts, 1945; Dearborn branches and offices, in particular the Dearborn Engineering Laboratory, 1933-1942; domestic branches, 1941-1943; foreign branches, 1928-1946; Henry Ford's Richmond Hill Plantation residence, including expenses, wages paid, and account receivable for rents, 1946; audit summaries for accounts of Edsel B. Ford and other Ford family members, including Mrs. Edsel B. (Eleanor Clay) Ford, Henry Ford II, and Benson Ford, 1942-1943; Rouge River Plant departments, 1940-1946; tractor sales, including a history of the working relationship between Ford Motor Company and Harry Ferguson, Inc. (Sherman-Ferguson Manufacturing Corporation), 1946; and Ford Motor Company subsidiaries, 1933-1946. Subsidiaries audited include the Airplane Plant (Airplane Division), 1933; Dearborn Inn, 1944; Edison Institute, 1945; Children's House, 1944; Henry Ford Trade School, 1940, 1945; Lenawee Co-operative Industries and Washtenaw Co-operative Industries farms, 1934-1935; Oakwood Realty Company, 1946; Springwells Park Subdivision, 1940; Wayside Inn, 1946; and White Hart Inn, 1940. There are also files on rental records including the Blueberry Mine in Marquette County, 1945, and correspondence regarding the Universal Credit Corporation, 1933. Files are arranged alphabetically by subject.

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