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Papers of David J. Wilkie, 1925-1963

Author: David J Wilkie
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Articles and news clippings written by Wilkie that cover: biographies and profiles of automobile executives, including original speeches; Henry Ford, his wife Clara and the Ford Motor Company; correspondence relating to attempts to privatize Volkswagen in the early 1960s; articles on the World War II conversion from auto manufacturing to war materials production, with remarks on labor shortage from Victor Reuther;  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Portraits
Biography
Photographs
Named Person: Clara Bryant Ford; Henry Ford; Henry Ford; Victor G Reuther; David J Wilkie
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: David J Wilkie
OCLC Number: 52289717
Description: 12 boxes (6 linear ft.)
Other Titles: American autos and their makers.

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Articles and news clippings written by Wilkie that cover: biographies and profiles of automobile executives, including original speeches; Henry Ford, his wife Clara and the Ford Motor Company; correspondence relating to attempts to privatize Volkswagen in the early 1960s; articles on the World War II conversion from auto manufacturing to war materials production, with remarks on labor shortage from Victor Reuther; and articles on use of aluminum and artificial rubber in automobile manufacture. Photographs are of Henry Ford, Ford Motor Company, and Wilkie. A drawing of Henry Ford by F. Williams, of the Detroit Free Press, dedicated to Mr. Wilkie, is also part of the collection.

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