75 Year Span - Ford Motor Company World Headquarters in 1978 - First Factory in 1903

Summary

Ford Motor Company's growth from 1903 to 1978 is illustrated by this photo print. At bottom is the automaker's original single-story factory on Detroit's Mack Avenue. At top is the 12-story Henry Ford II World Center, built in Dearborn to house Ford's world headquarters in 1953-1956. Ford outgrew Mack Avenue quickly, relocating to a building on Detroit's Piquette Avenue in 1904.

Ford Motor Company's growth from 1903 to 1978 is illustrated by this photo print. At bottom is the automaker's original single-story factory on Detroit's Mack Avenue. At top is the 12-story Henry Ford II World Center, built in Dearborn to house Ford's world headquarters in 1953-1956. Ford outgrew Mack Avenue quickly, relocating to a building on Detroit's Piquette Avenue in 1904.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 8.25 in

Width: 10.25 in

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