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1Title:  Automobile advertisements series, 1903-1994 (bulk 1923-1959) Requires cookie*
 Accession:  19 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. 
 Abstract:  The Automobile Advertisements series contains advertisements for the Edsel, Ford, Lincoln and Mercury cars. Special use automobiles, such as police cars and taxis, as well as advertisements for dealer shows featuring new models are also found in this series. The advertisements are arranged by size. Within each size category the advertisements are arranged alphabetically by make, chronologically by model year and then alphabetically by title of the advertisement. When there is no applicable model year, the date has been determined by the date of publication. Advertisements which feature the full line of Ford Motor Company automobiles have been organized with the ads entitled Ford, unless the illustrations or text refers to a specific make and then is filed in the appropriate grouping. Likewise, advertisements which feature both Lincoln and Mercury automobiles have been placed with Lincoln. Although there were no automobiles produced during 1942-1945 model years, there were advertisements in 1945 promoting the resumption of new models for the 1946 model year. These advertisements have been designated as 1945 advertisements whereas the 1946 advertisements focus on the features of the actual 1946 models. 
 Subjects:  Advertising--Automobiles | Advertising, Magazine | Advertising, Newspaper | Edsel automobile | Ford automobile | Lincoln automobile | Mercury automobile | Ford Motor Company. | Advertisements. | Proofs. | Tear sheets. 
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2Title:  Advertising Department scrapbooks subseries, 1934-1952. Requires cookie*
 Accession:  722 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Lincoln-Mercury Division. 
 Abstract:  The Advertising Department assisted the Sales Department in the preparation and production of sales promotion materials and materials to be used in the training of dealer retail salesmen. The subseries contains scrapbooks maintained by Robert F. G. Copeland, advertising manager for Lincoln-Mercury Division, which include: Ford used car advertising; Ford V-8 magazine advertising, Lincoln magazine and newspaper advertising, Mercury magazine and newspaper advertising; Announcement advertising for new Lincoln-Mercury dealers; Lincoln-Mercury dealer advertising and advertising fund; Lincoln-Mercury promotional materials; and a flip chart on the purpose of the Advertising Department. 
 Subjects:  Advertising--Automobiles | Advertising, Magazine | Advertising, Newspaper | Automobile dealers | Automobile industry and trade | Ford automobile | Lincoln automobile | Lincoln Continental automobile--History. | Mercury automobile | Sales promotion | Copeland, Robert F. G., 1902-1966. | Ford Motor Company. Lincoln Division. | Ford Motor Company. Lincoln-Mercury Division. Advertising Department. | Ford Motor Company. Lincoln-Mercury Division. Marketing Plans Department. | Advertisements. | Scrapbooks 
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3Title:  Stickley family collection, 1879-1978 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  1624 
 Creator:  Stickley family 
 Abstract:  Gustav, Leopold, and John George Stickley along with two other brothers were furniture craftsman in New York in the early 1900s. The collection, which contains correspondence, financial records, photographs and printed material, primarily documents the work of Leopold and John George Stickley. 
 Subjects:  Stickley family | Stickley, Gustav, 1858-1942 | Stickley, John George, 1871-1921 | Gustav Stickley Co. | Stickley & Associates | Stickley Bros. Co. | L. and J. G. Stickley Inc. | Furniture industry and trade | Furniture workers | Furniture, Mission | Arts and crafts movement. | Advertisements. | Design drawings | Financial records | Minutes | Oral histories | Patents | Photographs | Sales catalogs | Trade catalogs 
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4Title:  Gebelein Silversmiths Collection, 1906-1990 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  90.375 
 Creator:  Gebelein Silversmiths, Inc. 
 Abstract:  The collection consists of the corporate records of the Gebelein Silversmiths, Inc. of Boston, Massachusetts. The records span the company's entire stead in the Boston area, in addition to a few miscellaneous items after the company moved to Vermont with materials reflecting the daily operations of the small business from its inception to its final days as a silver shop. The collection includes correspondence, invoices, bookkeeping records, printed material, advertising, drawings, photographs, and some related artifactual material not covered in this description. NOTE: Pages 27, 31 and 32 are missing from the finding aid. 
 Subjects:  Gebelein Silversmiths, Inc. | Jewelry--Design | Silversmiths | Silverwork | Advertisements | Design drawings | Financial records | Photographs | Trade catalogs 
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5Title:  Wabash Railroad Travel Literature collection, 1906-1959 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2012.67 
 Creator:  Unknown 
 Abstract:  Brochures, tickets, flyers, maps, timetables and other Wabash Railroad related material originally housed in a scrapbook. 
 Subjects:  Wabash Railroad | Wabash Railroad Company | Toledo, Wabash and Western Railway Company | Executives | Railroads | Railroad facilities | Advertisements | Flyers (printed matter) | Scrapbooks | Tickets | Timetables 
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6Title:  Automotive (Non-Ford) Advertisements collection, circa 1900-circa 1991 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  657 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Archives. 
 Abstract:  This collection contains advertising tear sheets, advertising proof sheets and advertisements clipped from periodicals on all automotive subjects except those related to Ford Motor Company. 
 Subjects:  Advertising--Automobiles | Advertising--Magazine | Advertising--Transportation | American Motors automobiles | Automobile industry and trade | Automobiles--Parts. | Buick automobile | Cadillac automobile | Chevrolet automobile | Chrysler automobile | DeSoto automobile | Dodge automobile | Franklin automobile | General Motors automobiles | GMC trucks | Hudson automobile | Locomobile automobile | Marmon automobile | Nash automobiles | Oldsmobile automobiles. | Packard automobile | Pierce-Arrow automobile | Plymouth automobile | Pontiac automobile | Studebaker automobile | Advertisements. | Tear sheets. 
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7Title:  Mary E. Von Mach Papers, 1886-1948 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  70.12.3 
 Creator:  Von Mach, Mary E., 1895-1980 
 Abstract:  The Mary E. Von Mach Papers, 1886-1948, contains advertisements, newspaper clippings, black-and-white photographic prints, invitations, and pamphlets relating to the Von Mach family of Detroit, Michigan. Of note is a photographic print of Mary Von Mach with other air pilots at the 1929 National Air Races, including Amelia Earhart. Extent: 0.08 cubic ft. (11 folders). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Air pilots | Aviation | Commercial buildings | Families | Ford automobile | Funerals | Interior decoration | Weddings | Women air pilots | United States, Detroit (Michigan) | Advertisements | Clippings (information artifacts) | Invitations | Pamphlets | Photographic prints 
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8Title:  Gwinn Dairy Collection, 1763-1971 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  71.1 
 Creator:  Gwinn, David 
 Abstract:  The Gwinn Dairy Collection, 1763-1971, contains advertisements, product literature, correspondence, publications, brochures, articles, and images related to the production, sale, and history of milk and other dairy products. Extent: 12.8 cubic ft. (17 boxes). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Gwinn, David | Advertising | Dairy equipment | Dairy products | Dairy products industry | Dairying | Milk | Milk containers | France | Germany | The Netherlands | United States | Advertisements | Booklets | Books | Clippings (information artifacts) | Correspondence | Newsletters | Pamphlets | Periodicals | Programs (documents) 
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9Title:  Willoughby Company Records, 1900-1939 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  90.1.1749 
 Creator:  Willoughby Company 
 Abstract:  The Willoughby Company, a custom design automobile body firm, originated in Rome, New York in the late nineteenth century, and later relocated to Utica, New York. One of Willoughby's largest clients was Ford Motor Company, for whom they built many custom Lincoln body styles. The collection consists of business records documenting sales, vehicle specifications, material purchases, and employee wages, and also includes over 600 design drawings for Lincoln, Packard, and Cadillac bodies, among others. Extent: 11.8 cubic ft. (17 boxes, 2 rolls). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Willoughby, Edward | Willoughby, Francis | Willoughby Company | Willoughby Body Works | Automobiles--Design and construction | Lincoln automobile | Cadillac automobile | Advertisements | Clippings | Design drawings | Financial records | Photographs 
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10Title:  Collection on Barney Oldfield, 1895-1949 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2005.108 
 Creator:  Benson Ford Research Center 
 Abstract:  Barney Oldfield was American racing’s first “superstar” documented in this collection through photographs, tickets, and advertisements. 
 Subjects:  Oldfield, Barney (Berna Eli), 1878-1946 | King, Anita | Automobile racing | Automobiles, Racing--Speed records | Bicycle racing | Endorsements in advertising | Land speed record car | Photographs | Advertisements | Postcards 
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11Title:  Eva Tanguay papers, 1892-1947 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2005.100 
 Creator:  Tanguay, Eva, 1878-1947 
 Abstract:  The Eva Tanguay papers document the life of one of vaudeville’s most charismatic stars. The collection includes a large amount of sheet music and lyrics, many of which were penned by Tanguay herself. 
 Subjects:  Tanguay, Eva, 1878-1947. | Vaudeville--United States. | Vaudeville songs. | Vaudeville shows. | Advertisements | Clippings. | Menus. | Photographs. | Postcards. | Promotional material. 
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12Title:  Fruehauf Trailer Company Records, 1931-1969 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  98.1.1828 
 Creator:  Fruehauf Trailer Company 
 Abstract:  The Fruehauf Trailer Company was founded in 1918 by August Fruehauf. The records contain annual reports, product literature, product manuals, and photographs spanning from the early 1930s into the 1960s. 
 Subjects:  Fruehauf Trailer Company | Advertising | Selling | Transportation | Tractor trailer combinations | Trailers | Truck trailer industry | Truck trailers | Detroit (Mich.) | Advertisements | Annual reports | Brochures | Greeting cards | Instructional materials | Manuals | Pamphlets | Photographs | Photographic prints | Promotional materials 
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13Title:  Stout Metal Airplane Company Records, 1925-1945 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  64.167.18 
 Creator:  Stout Metal Airplane Company 
 Abstract:  Consists of company and customer purchase orders; W.B. Mayo office records; R.T. Walker office records; service and sales files; aircraft engineering records; Ford Airport records; aircraft inventory and disposition records; aircraft construction computations; parts and tool catalogs; invoices; airplane and airport cost records; miscelleous engineering data; an original manuscript by William B. Stout; several reels of motion picture film. 
 Subjects:  Mayo, William Benson, 1866-1944 | Stout, William Bushnell, 1880-1956 | Walker, Robert T. | Ford Motor Company. Stout Metal Airplane Division | Ford Motor Company. Aircraft Division | Ford Motor Company. Aircraft Engineering Department | Stout Metal Airplane Company | Airplanes--Design and construction | Ford Three-engined Monoplane (Transport plane) | Airplane factories--Michigan | Aircraft industry--Michigan | Airports--Michigan | Ford Airport (Dearborn, Mich.) | Design drawings | Advertisements | Patents | Publications | Specifications | Trade catalogs 
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14Title:  Exhibitions and World's Fair collection, 1848-1986 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  Assembled 
 Creator:  Benson Ford Research Center. 
 Abstract:  The Exhibitions and World's Fairs Collection consists of a variety of ephemeral materials related to expositions and exhibitions. 
 Subjects:  Exhibitions--20th century. | Tourism | Century of Progress International Exposition (1933-1934 : Chicago, Ill.) | Texas Centennial (1936 : Dallas, Tex.) | California Pacific International Exposition (1935-1936 : San Diego, Calif.) | New York World's Fair (1939-1940) | New York World's Fair (1964-1965) | Advertisements | Brochures | Certificates | Circulars | Clippings | Announcements | Guidebooks | Invitations | Maps | Menus | Periodicals | Programs (documents) | Booklets | Souvenirs | Stamps | Stationery | Tickets | Admission tickets 
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15Title:  A.B. Dick Company Records, 1884-1998 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2004.3 
 Creator:  A.B. Dick Company 
 Abstract:  The A.B. Dick Company Records, 1884-1998, contain corporate records, photographic prints, product information and samples, company publications, product service manuals, clippings, printing plates, advertisements, motion pictures, sound recordings, and artwork regarding the office equipment A.B. Dick produced for over a century. 
 Subjects:  A.B. Dick Company | Dick, Albert Blake, 1856-1934 | Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931 | Teague, Walter Dorwin, 1883-1960 | Indianapolis Speedway Race | New York World's Fair (1939-1940: New York, N.Y.) | World's Columbian Exposition (1893: Chicago, Ill.) | Advertising | Automobile racing | Copying | Electric typewriters | Indy cars | Mimeograph | Newsletters | Office equipment and supplies | Office equipment and supplies industry--United States | Offset printing | Photocopying machines | Printing machinery and supplies | Chicago (Ill.) | Niles (Ill.) | Advertisements | Annual reports | Brochures | CD-ROMs | Clippings (information artifacts) | DVDs | Filmstrips | Manuals (instructional materials) | Negatives (photographic) | Operating manuals | Phonograph records | Photographic prints | Publications | Sales catalogs | Samples | Scrapbooks | Slides (photographs) | Sound recordings | Trade catalogs | Trademarks | Videocassettes 
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16Title:  Don Chadwick Papers, 1972-2011 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2019.148 
 Creator:  Chadwick, Don, 1936- 
 Abstract:  Don Chadwick is one of the noted industrial designers on the Herman Miller team, responsible for projects like the Ergon and Aeron chairs in collaboration with Bill Stumpf, as well as the Chadwick Modular Seating system and the Ethospace system. Materials include project drawings, schematics, and reports, as well as 35mm slides and use test photographs. Extent: 22.6 cubic ft. (13 boxes, 35 rolls, 7 flat file drawers). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Chadwick, Don (Donald T.), 1936- | Kelley, Jack | Stumpf, Bill, 1936-2006 | Chadwick Studio | Chadwick, Stumpf, and Associates | Forms+Surfaces, Inc. | Herman Miller Research Corporation | Herman Miller, Inc. | Chair design | Chairs (Furniture forms) | Ergonomics | Furniture | Furniture design | Human comfort | Industrial design | Office chairs | Office furniture | Office layout | Offices | Seating--Furniture | Hospitals--Furniture, equipment, etc. | United States, Los Angeles (California) | United States, Santa Monica (California) | United States, Zeeland (Michigan) | Advertisements | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Color photographs | Color slides | Color transparencies | Correspondence | Design drawings | Drawings | Film reels | Memorandums | Photographic prints | Posters | Promotional materials | Reports | Sketches | Slides (photographs) | Technical drawings | Technical reports 
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17Title:  California Packing Corporation – Del Monte Records, 1913-1989 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2019.88 
 Creator:  California Packing Corporation 
 Abstract:  This collection concerns the California Packing Corporation (CPC, later the Del Monte Corporation), and consists primarily of photographs and publicity materials produced by the company in the early- and mid-20th century. CPC was primarily known for its production of canned and preserved fruits and vegetables, and for the development of several large pineapple plantations in Hawaii and the Philippines. Extent: 14.25 cubic ft. (including 6 oversized boxes, 4 film reels, and 1 VHS tape). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  California Packing Corporation | Del Monte Corporation | Hanahan, Walt E. | Jongeneel, L.W. | Philippine Packing Corporation | Agriculture | Agricultural equipment | Agricultural implements | Agricultural industries | Agricultural laborers | Agricultural machinery | Asparagus | Canned foods | Canned fruit | Canned meat | Canned peaches | Canned vegetables | Canning and preserving | Farming | Farm produce | Fruit | Fruit processing plants | Orchards | Salmon | Spinach | Peach (fruit) | Pineapple (fruit) | Plantations | Raisins | Vegetables | South Africa | Philippines | Philippines, Manila | United States, California | United States, Hawaii | Advertisements | Awards | Blueprints (Reprographic copies) | Books | Brochures | Correspondence | Film Reels | Labels | Ledgers (Account books) | Negatives (Photographs) | Newsletters | Newspaper | Photograph albums | Photographic prints | Periodicals | Recipes | Reports | Trade Cards | Trade Catalogs 
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18Title:  H.J. Heinz Company Collection, 1874-1990 (Bulk 1900-1935) Requires cookie*
 Accession:  53.41 
 Creator:  H.J. Heinz Company 
 Abstract:  The H.J. Heinz Company Collection, 1874-1990, contains photographic prints, advertising layouts, publications, sales training and employee information, product shipping records, photograph albums, scrapbooks, and account books that document the history of the company, the products it produced, and the family history of the founder. 
 Subjects:  H.J. Heinz Company | Heinz, H.J. (Henry John), 1844-1919 | Heinz family | World’s Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.) | Advertising | Agriculture | Awards | Banquets | Bottles | Congresses and conventions | Display of merchandise | Dwellings | Employees | Executives | Exhibitions | Farms | Food industry and trade | Fruits | Harvesting | Ketchup | Pickles | Sales personnel | Schools | Signs and signboards | Spaghetti | Stables | Trucking | Vans | Vegetables | Vinegar | Wagons | Women employees | World War, 1939-1945 | United States, Atlantic City (New Jersey) | United States, Chicago (Illinois) | United States, Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) | United States, Sharpsburg (Pennsylvania) | Account books | Advertisements | Awards | Correspondence | Inventories | Labels | Manuals | Paintings | Photographic prints | Posters | Programs (Publications) | Recipes | Scrapbooks | Tear sheets 
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19Title:  Bill Stumpf Papers, 1913-2006 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2009.141 
 Creator:  Stumpf, Bill, 1936-2006 
 Abstract:  Bill Stumpf was an industrial designer who specialized in ergonomic chair and seating design. Working with the Herman Miller Research Corporation, he worked on the design of well-known ergonomic office chairs, including the Ergon and Aeron chairs. Stumpf's papers include drawings, correspondence, photographs, and other documents related to his design projects, as well as personal papers, publications, and memorabilia. 
 Subjects:  Stumpf, Bill, 1936-2006 | Campbell, Kermit | Chadwick, Don, 1936- | Child, Julia | De Pree, Hugh | De Pree, Max | Kelley, Jack | Propst, Robert | Weber, Jeff | Chadwick, Stumpf, and Associates | Herman Miller Research Corporation | Herman Miller, Inc. | Sister Kenny Institute | Stumpf, Weber, and Associates | Walker Art Center | William Stumpf and Associates | Chair design | Chairs | Ergonomics | Furniture | Furniture design | Human comfort | Industrial design | Office chairs | Office furniture | Office layout | Offices | Seating--Furniture Hospitals--Furniture, equipment, etc. | United States, Ann Arbor (Michigan) | United States, Cannon Falls (Minnesota) | United States, Madison (Wisconsin) | United States, Minneapolis (Minnesota) | United States, Santa Monica (California) | United States, St. Croix Valley (Minnesota) | United States, St. Paul (Minnesota) | United States, Stockholm (Wisconsin) | United States, Winona (Minnesota) | Advertisements | Audiocassettes | Awards | Awards certificates | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Books | Brochures | Color negatives | Color photographs | Color slides | Color transparencies | Correspondence | Design drawings | Drawings | DVDs | Financial records | Floppy disks | Magazines (periodicals) | Memorabilia | Memorandums | Negatives (photographs) | Patents | Periodicals | Photograph albums | Photographic prints | Posters | Promotional materials | Reports | Sketches | Slides (photographs) | Sound recordings | Technical drawings | Technical reports | Trade catalogs | Videocassettes 
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20Title:  Robert Propst Papers, 1952-1998 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2010.83 
 Creator:  Propst, Robert 
 Abstract:  This collection covers the professional and personal life of noted industrial designer Robert L. Propst. Propst is best known for his work with Herman Miller and for designing the "Action Office," an office furnishing system which became the basis for the modern cubicle. Materials include reports, design photographs, design drawings, and blueprints, as well as personal photographs, writings, and artwork. 
 Subjects:  Propst, Robert | De Pree, D.J. (Dirk Jan De Pree), 1891-1990 | De Pree, Hugh | De Pree, Max | Houy, Chuck (Charles) | Kelley, Jack | Stumpf, Bill (William) | Wodka, Michael (Mike) | Herman Miller, Inc. (HMI) | Herman Miller Research Corporation (HMRC) | Herman Miller Research & Design | Michigan State University | The Propst Company | Propst Design Company | Propst Forestry System Corporation (PFSC) | Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) | University of Massachusetts | Chairs | Children's furniture | Furniture | Furniture design | Furniture designers | Hospital beds | Industrial design | Living room furniture | Logging | Lumbering | Medical offices | Office chairs | Office furniture | Playground equipment | Seating (Furniture) | Travel | China | Japan | Tibet | United States, Ann Arbor (Michigan) | United States, Denver (Colorado) | United States, Redmond (Washington) | United States, Zeeland (Michigan) | Advertisements | Artwork | Audiocassettes | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Brochures | Calendars | Color negatives | Color photographs | Color slides | Color transparencies | Design drawings | Drawings | Engineering drawings | Financial records | Floppy disks | Journals | Manuals | Microfiche | Microfilm | Negatives (photographic) | Pamphlets | Patents | Photograph albums | Photographic prints | Portraits | Posters | Promotional materials | Publications | Reports | Sketches | Slides (photographs) | Sound recordings | Technical drawings | Transparencies | Videocassettes 
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