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Marvin Buckberry papers, 1944-1949.

Author: Marvin Buckberry; Harry Elmer Barnes
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The papers are comprised of unarranged research material collected by Marvin Buckberry for a proposed history of Ford Motor Company. Among these are drafts and notes prepared by Harry Elmer Barnes for Ford related books. Records include a listing of Ford dealers who were with the company more than twenty-five years as of May 27, 1946; a list of 1913 direct dealers with sales estimates; a Henry Ford and Ford Motor  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Chronologies
Photographs
Genealogies
Named Person: Marvin Buckberry; Henry Ford; Henry Ford
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Marvin Buckberry; Harry Elmer Barnes
OCLC Number: 53929690
Notes: The papers include original documents from Ford Motor Company Archives collections that were utilized for research and not returned to source collections.
Description: 1.6 cubic ft.

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The papers are comprised of unarranged research material collected by Marvin Buckberry for a proposed history of Ford Motor Company. Among these are drafts and notes prepared by Harry Elmer Barnes for Ford related books. Records include a listing of Ford dealers who were with the company more than twenty-five years as of May 27, 1946; a list of 1913 direct dealers with sales estimates; a Henry Ford and Ford Motor Company chronology, 1841-1939; drafts and notes regarding the history of labor relations at the company; Harry Elmer Barnes original research notes on Ford Motor Company labor policies prior to 1944; two typescripts of Barnes' Henry Ford, a Partner of Labor, one with annotations; typescript of Barnes' The Henry Ford Nobody Knows; Buckberry's notes for a proposed general history of the Ford Motor Company; Buckberry's draft chapters on the organization of the general sales department and the industrial relations department; an original Ford Motor Compay public relations document containing statistical information on Ford Motor Company plants, ca. 1946; photographs of early Ford family residences in Dearborn; a folder of original documents relating to Henry Ford's non-automotive interests including old-fashioned dancing, pacifism, and antiquarian activities.

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