"Oldest" Ford Motor Company Employees with Fifteen-Millionth Model T Engine on Last Day of Model T Production, May 26, 1927

Summary

The assembly of the fifteen millionth Model T, the ceremonial "last" Model T, was a major event for Ford Motor Company. The automaker's eight senior-most employees -- Fred Rockelman, Gus Degener, Frank Kulick, Charles Meida, Charles Sorensen, Charles Hartner, P.E. Martin, and John Wandersee -- each hand-stamped one of the serial number's eight digits into the engine's number plate.

The assembly of the fifteen millionth Model T, the ceremonial "last" Model T, was a major event for Ford Motor Company. The automaker's eight senior-most employees -- Fred Rockelman, Gus Degener, Frank Kulick, Charles Meida, Charles Sorensen, Charles Hartner, P.E. Martin, and John Wandersee -- each hand-stamped one of the serial number's eight digits into the engine's number plate.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)
Linen (Material)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 8 in

Width: 11 in

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