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Ford R. (Ford Richardson) Bryan papers, 1935-2004.

Author: Ford R Bryan
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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The papers are comprised of three series. The Biographical series, 1943-2004 (0.4 cubic ft.) includes reminiscences, personal memorabilia, tributes to Bryan, photographs, and genealogical materials relating to the Richardson and Bryan families. The Ford Scientific Laboratory series, 1934-1974 (1.2 cubic ft.), contains copies of Bryan published papers, photographs of scientific apparatus and the process of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Genealogies
Photographs
Compact discs.
Named Person: Ford R Bryan; Ellen Juntunen Bryan; Henry Ford; Henry Ford; Clara Bryant Ford; Ford family.; Richardson family.; Bryan family.; Bryant family.; Thomas A Edison
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Ford R Bryan
OCLC Number: 53929693
Description: 5.2 cubic ft.

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The papers are comprised of three series. The Biographical series, 1943-2004 (0.4 cubic ft.) includes reminiscences, personal memorabilia, tributes to Bryan, photographs, and genealogical materials relating to the Richardson and Bryan families. The Ford Scientific Laboratory series, 1934-1974 (1.2 cubic ft.), contains copies of Bryan published papers, photographs of scientific apparatus and the process of spectrography (some predating his employment); management proposals from 1954 to 1965; copies of minutes of staff meetings from the years 1951, 1954 and 1957; a history of early spectrography at the Ford Motor Company; a floorplan of the laboratory; and a 1982 Ford Old Timers directory. The Research Material for Books series, 1974-2001 (2 cubic ft.), holds papers created and collected by Bryan while researching the following books: The Fords of Dearborn; Henry's Lieutenants; and Clara, Mrs. Henry Ford. The series is rich with correspondence, photographs, handwritten and typewritten notes, Bryan authored articles, photocopied documents, and genealogical resources (including material on The Henry Ford Ancestral Site in Ireland). The General Research series (1.6 cubic ft.) is comprised of research material on a broad range of Ford Motor Company and Ford family related subjects. Topics include Henry Ford's friendship with Thomas Edison, various Ford family residences, soybean and fuel research, and Fred Waring's orchestra, which performed at the opening of the Ford Rotunda in 1936.

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