1937 Ford Motor Company Advertising Proof Sheet, "The 25 Millionth Ford Has Just Been Built"

Summary

On January 18, 1937, the twenty-five millionth Ford automobile rolled off the Rouge Plant assembly line. Ford used the car in a number of ads to promote the quality and value of its automobiles. This ad also shows Henry and Edsel Ford standing between the new Ford and the first Ford built -- Henry's 1896 Quadricycle.

On January 18, 1937, the twenty-five millionth Ford automobile rolled off the Rouge Plant assembly line. Ford used the car in a number of ads to promote the quality and value of its automobiles. This ad also shows Henry and Edsel Ford standing between the new Ford and the first Ford built -- Henry's 1896 Quadricycle.

Artifact

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Subject Date

February 1937

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

64.167.19.595

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford. Gift of Ford Motor Company.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 17.25 in

Width: 12.5 in

Inscriptions

Partial text from top down: This advertisement is appearing in Sunday newspapers during the month of February, 1937. THE / 25 millionth / FORD / has just been built / Henry Ford and Edsel Ford with the first and 25 millionth Ford Cars / ... 25 million cars since 1903... /

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