The Financial records series is comprised of six subseries. The Edsel Ford Audit Papers subseries, 1941-1942 (0.4 cubic ft.), Acc. 543, consists of working papers and summary sheets for audits of Edsel Ford's office for 1941 by the Auditing Department of the Ford Motor Company. The Ford Motor Company Ltd. records subseries, 1929-1935 (1.2 cubic ft.), Acc. 261, consists of financial ledgers and consolidated balance sheets with related reports and correspondence. The records pertain to the financial operations of English and European companies owned by the Ford Motor Company and include monthly, quarterly, and annual reports sent to the president of the company, Edsel B. Ford. The National Recovery Administration records subseries 1933-1937 (5.6 cubic ft.), Acc. 52 and Acc. 279 is comprised of correspondence, reports, literature, and federal government information relating to the National Recovery Administration (NRA). Ford Motor Company observed codes devised by government and labor but never officially signed on. The records include NRA codes for wide ranging industries such as coal, lumber, wood distillation, fertilizer, petroleum, and farm equipment. The records also contain tabulations of wages and hours for 1933 to 1935. The Office of the Treasurer records subseries, 1903-1932 (1.2 cubic ft.), Acc. 483, includes comparative balance sheets for the Ford Motor Company from 1903 to 1915; notes receivable from 1908 to 1932; plant engineering contracts and agreements for Ford Motor Company Highland Park Plant, the Ford Motor Company Rouge River Plant and a Ford plant in Atlanta, Georgia; and miscellaneous legal records. Highland Park contracts include several for work on the power house in 1919; contracts for the Rouge are primarily for the blast furnace in 1919. The Purchase Orders subseries, 1922-1940 (1.6 cubic ft.) Acc. 6, contains copies of purchase orders issued by the office of Edsel Ford for material and services purchased for his residences and personal activities. Arranged in numerical order and held in bound volumes, they were issued to both outside vendors and to the Ford Motor Company. The Universal Credit Corporation records subseries, 1928-1932 (1.2 cubic ft.), Acc. 6, includes certificates of incorporation, bylaws, stockholders meeting minutes, and board of director meeting minutes for Universal Credit Corporation, Delaware; Universal Credit Company of America; Universal Credit Company of Indiana; and Universal Credit Company of New York. (The Universal Credit Corporation was incorporated in 1928 to finance Ford products for the first time on an installment basis.).