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1Title:  Charles E. Sorensen Office Files and Personal Records Subseries, 1915-1945 (bulk 1920-1943) Requires cookie*
 Accession:  38 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Superintendents Office. 
 Abstract:  The Department Files subseries consists of Charles Sorensen's office and personal records. The subseries is organized into four subsubseries. The Foreign Ford Companies subsubseries, 1929-1939 (16.8 cubic ft.), consists of correspondence, summary production data, and financial analysis data from Ford overseas plants and subsidiary companies in Argentina; Belgium; Canada; China; Denmark; Egypt; England; Finland; France; Germany; Greece; Holland; Ireland; Italy; Japan; Luxembourg; Mexico; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Spain; Sweden; and Turkey. In addition, the Foreign Ford Companies subsubseries includes meeting minutes from Ford overseas general manager's meetings. The Branch Correspondence subsubseries, 1915-1946 (36.2 cubic ft.), contains correspondence, analysis summaries, and production data from Ford branches and plants. The material is arranged alphabetically by subject and there is additional material arranged alphabetically by correspondent. The material covers a wide variety of topics and reflects Sorensen's diverse interests and responsibilities with Ford. The Cablegrams and Telegrams subsubseries, 1917-1928 (1.2 cubic ft.), consists of incoming and outgoing messages detailing weekly production data and labor rates from branches and plants. The Charles E. Sorensen Personal records subsubseries, 1915-1945 (15.4 cubic ft.), contains personal correspondence; receipts and vouchers for personal expenses; accounts; contracts; insurance policies and non-automotive material including copies of design drawings, Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad maps, and general publications. 
 Subjects:  Sorensen, Charles E. (Charles Emil), 1881-1968. | Ford Motor Company. Rouge River Plant | Ford Motor Company. Willow Run Bomber Plant. | Ford Village Industries. | Lincoln Motor Company (Detroit, Mich.) | Henry Ford and Son Inc. | Henry Ford & Son., Ltd. | Detroit, Toledo, and Ironton Railroad. | Automobiles--Design and construction | Assembly-line methods | Fordson tractors | B-24 bomber | Iron mines and mining--Michigan | Aircraft industry--Military aspects | Costs, Industrial | Armored vehicles, Military | Automobile industry and trade--Argentina. | Automobile industry and trade--Belgium. | Automobile industry and trade--Canada | Automobile industry and trade--China | Automobile industry and trade--Denmark. | Automobile industry and trade--Egypt. | Automobile industry and trade--England. | Automobile industry and trade--Finland. | Automobile industry and trade--France. | Automobile industry and trade--Germany. | Automobile industry and trade--Greece. | Automobile industry and trade--Ireland. | Automobile industry and trade--Italy. | Automobile industry and trade--Luxembourg. | Automobile industry and trade--Mexico | Automobile industry and trade--Netherlands. | Automobile industry and trade--Poland. | Automobile industry and trade--Portugal. | Automobile industry and trade--Romania. | Automobile industry and trade--Spain. | Automobile industry and trade--Sweden. | Automobile industry and trade--Turkey. | Automobile industry and trade--Management | Automobile industry and trade--Costs. | Automobile factories | Coal mines and mining--Michigan. | Tractor industry--Ireland. | Production scheduling | Wages and labor productivity | World War, 1939-1945 | Willow Run (Mich.) | Design drawings | Minutes 
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2Title:  Manufacturing and Assembly Department Records Series, 1930-1949 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  507 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. International Division. Manufacturing and Assembly Department 
 Abstract:  In 1946, Ford Motor Company initiated a wide-sweeping reorganization of its operations and administrative offices and departments into a modern corporate divisional structure. The International Division created in 1946 and reorganized again in 1949, acquired direct administrative control over foreign production plants through the division's Manufacturing and Assembly Department. 
 Subjects:  Automobiles--Design and construction | Automobiles--Parts | Automobile factories | Automobile industry and trade--Argentina | Automobile industry and trade--Belgium | Automobile industry and trade--Brazil | Automobile industry and trade--Chile | Automobile industry and trade--China | Automobile industry and trade--Colombia | Automobile industry and trade--Cuba | Automobile industry and trade--Denmark | Automobile industry and trade--Egypt | Automobile industry and trade--England | Automobile industry and trade--Finland | Automobile industry and trade--France | Automobile industry and trade--Germany | Automobile industry and trade--Greece | Automobile industry and trade--Hungary | Automobile industry and trade--Japan | Automobile industry and trade--Mexico | Automobile industry and trade--Netherlands | Automobile industry and trade--Peru | Automobile industry and trade--Philippines | Automobile industry and trade--Portugal | Automobile industry and trade--Romania | Automobile industry and trade--Russia | Automobile industry and trade--Spain | Automobile industry and trade--Sweden | Automobile industry and trade--Uruguay | Exports | International business enterprises | Industrial procurement | Industrialists--Costs | Production scheduling | Sales reporting | Cort, Frank J. 1903- | Ford Motor Company. International Division. Manufacturing and Assembly Department | Ford Motor Company--Employees | Ford Motor Company--Finance | Production reports | Design drawings | Organizational charts 
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