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Frank Ernest Hill papers, 1950-1966.

Author: Frank Ernest Hill; Allan Nevins
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers, organized into four series, are comprised of research material collected and created by Frank Ernest Hill, collaborator with Allan Nevins in a three volume history of Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company. Each series contains clipped articles, handwritten notes and typewritten notes. The first, Subject File series, 1950-1966 (2.4 cubic ft.) relates to the automotive industry in general, including design  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Genealogies
Named Person: Frank Ernest Hill; Henry Ford; Clara Bryant Ford; Edsel Ford; Henry Ford, II; William Clay Ford; Ford family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Ernest Hill; Allan Nevins
OCLC Number: 53929808
Description: 15.8 cubic ft.

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The papers, organized into four series, are comprised of research material collected and created by Frank Ernest Hill, collaborator with Allan Nevins in a three volume history of Henry Ford and the Ford Motor Company. Each series contains clipped articles, handwritten notes and typewritten notes. The first, Subject File series, 1950-1966 (2.4 cubic ft.) relates to the automotive industry in general, including design and styling, plants and facilities, the Detroit environment, labor and management relations, and the impact on the industry of two world wars. The second, Henry Ford File, 1950-1966 (2.0 cubic ft.), regards Henry Ford, Clara Ford, Edsel Ford, Henry Ford II, and William Clay Ford, although the bulk relates to Henry and his philanthropies, friendships, residences, antiquarian and educational interests. The third, Ford Motor Company File series, 1950-1966 (2.4 cubic ft.) includes data about the company organized around functions such as advertising, engineering, finance, labor relations, production, sales, and company activities during World War I and World War II. The material on labor relations and World War II are particularly strong. The fourth series, Administrative material series, 1950-1966 (9 cubic ft.), includes Hill correspondence from 1952 to 1966, comments on various sections of the volumes, manuscript drafts, and notes organized by chapters. Researchers should note that the Administrative material is only roughly processed.

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