Donald A. Shelley, Executive Director, and Henry Edmunds, Archives Director, Examining Ford Archives Material after Arrival at Henry Ford Museum, January 18, 1965

Summary

In 1964, the Ford Motor Company donated its archive to Edison Institute, with the records from the office of Henry Ford at its core. Housed in over 3,000 boxes and forming an unbroken run of correspondence from 1921 through 1952, the Engineering Lab Office Records are a remarkable group of materials that document more than thirty years of one of the world's great industrialists and his company.

In 1964, the Ford Motor Company donated its archive to Edison Institute, with the records from the office of Henry Ford at its core. Housed in over 3,000 boxes and forming an unbroken run of correspondence from 1921 through 1952, the Engineering Lab Office Records are a remarkable group of materials that document more than thirty years of one of the world's great industrialists and his company.

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 4 in

Width: 5 in

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