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1Title:  J.B. Lackey Records, 1955-1958 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  747 
 Creator:  Lackey, J. B. (James Benton), 1913-1969 
 Abstract:   
 Subjects:  Ford Motor Company. Edsel Division | Ford Motor Company -- Finance | Financial statements 
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2Title:  Financial records subseries, 1934-1950 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  451 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Sales and Advertising Division. Advertising Department. 
 Abstract:  The Financial records subseries includes general advertising estimates and schedules, 1940-1950; financial schedules for radio programs 1934-1943, including data for Ford Summer Hour and Ford Sunday Evening Hour; and summary financial data on billboards, publications, publicity and retail car sales. 
 Subjects:  Ford Motor Company. Sales and Advertising Division. Advertising Department. | Advertising costs. | Radio programs | Ford Motor Company--Finance. 
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3Title:  National Recovery Administration records subseries, 1933-1937 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  SE001 
 Creator:  Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943 
 Abstract:  The National Recovery Administration, or NRA, operated during the period that Edsel Ford served as president of Ford Motor Company. The records are comprised of correspondence, reports, literature, NRA codes and other federal government information relating to Ford Motor Company involvement with the NRA. Contains Accession 52 and Accession 279. 
 Subjects:  Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943 | Ford Motor Company | Automobile industry and trade | Ford Motor Company--Finance | United States. National Recovery Administration. | Financial records 
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4Title:  O. H. Husen records, 1924-1934 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  479 
 Creator:  Husen, Otto H., 1896-. 
 Abstract:  O. H. Husen worked in the Rouge Division of Ford Motor Company, first as Accounting Manager in 1946 then as Resident Controller in 1948. His records include financial summaries for plants and other ventures, such as the Henry Ford Trade School and Fordson Coal Company. Also included are a number of training and stock manuals. 
 Subjects:  Husen, Otto H., 1896- | Carnegie, W. E., 1933- | Ford Motor Company. Accounting Department. | Fordson Coal Company | Henry Ford Trade School | Ford Motor Company. Finance. | Ford Motor Company. Statistics. | Ford Motor Company. Employees. | Automobiles. Accounting. | Costs, Industrial | Financial records 
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5Title:  John J. Long papers, 1919-1920 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  1786 
 Creator:  Long, John J. 
 Abstract:  John J. Long was a consultant from the firm Thompson and Black hired by Ford Motor Company to reorganize the company’s cost accounting system. His papers include handwritten notes, correspondence, reports, site plans and meeting memoranda concerning his observations and suggestions for Ford. 
 Subjects:  Long, John J. | Ford Motor Company. Highland Park Plant. | Cost accounting | Automobile industry and trade--Inventory control | Ford Motor Company--Finance | Ford Motor Company--Management | Manufacturers--Costs | Manufacturing process 
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6Title:  Office of the Treasurer records subseries, 1903-1932 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  483 
 Creator:  Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943 
 Abstract:  The Office of the Treasurer records subseries contains plant engineering contracts and various financial and legal records of the Ford Motor Company for 1903 thorough 1932. 
 Subjects:  Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943. | Ford Motor Company. Highland Park Plant. | Ford Motor Company. Rouge River Plant. | Ford Motor Company. Office of the Treasurer. | Automobile industry and trade | Automobile factories | Auditors' reports | Blast furnaces | Credit | Installment plan | Plant engineering | Factory management | Power-plants | Ford Motor Company--Finance. | Financial records. 
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7Title:  Tom Lilley Papers, 1939-1964 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  1858 
 Creator:  Lilley, Tom, 1912- 
 Abstract:  The papers of Tom Lilley, former Ford Motor Company Vice President of International Staff and Canadian Overseas Group. The collection contains material related to both Ford Domestic Operations and Ford International Division, including product and price comparisons, organizational charts and international plant photographs. 
 Subjects:  Lilley, Tom, 1912- | Ford Motor Company. Highland Park Plant | Ford Motor Company--Anniversaries, etc. | Ford Motor Company--Employees. | Ford Motor Company--Finance. | Automobile industry and trade | Automobile factories--Great Britain. | Automobile factories--Central America. | Automobile factories--South America. | Automobile factories--United States. | International business enterprises | Organizational charts | Photographs | Aerial photographs 
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8Title:  Henry Ford Farms records, 1909-1950 (bulk 1922-1948) Requires cookie*
 Accession:  445 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company 
 Abstract:  Henry Ford acquired many farms in southeastern Michigan. He rented out the farms to employees and donated the produce grown on the farms to needy families. These records include financial and other records pertaining to the farms and those who lived on them. 
 Subjects:  Dahlinger, Raymond C., 1885-1969 | Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943 | Ford, Henry, 1893-1947 | Ford, William Clay, 1925- | GTE Automatic Electric Incorporated | Ford Motor Company | Henry Ford Farms | Automobiles--Registration and transfer | Farm management--Michigan | Housing--Michigan | Telephone | Ford Motor Company--Employees | Ford Motor Company--Finance | Henry Ford Farms--Employees | Belleville (Mich.) | Cherry Hill (Mich.) | Dearborn (Mich.) | Macon (Mich.) | Architectural drawings | Financial records 
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9Title:  Ford Motor Company, Account Receivable and Accounts Payable Records Subseries, 1904-1925 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  64.167.623 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Auditing Department 
 Abstract:  The Ford Motor Company, Account Receivable and Accounts Payable Records Subseries, 1904-1925 (15.4 cubic ft.), Accession 64.167.623, is made up of ledgers from the General Accounting Office containing the following financial data: accounts receivable, 1905-1914 and 1918-1920, which include an incomplete listing of cars sold to Ford Motor Company dealers and Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd., from 1905 to 1914; accounts payable, 1907-1909; special accounts receivable, 1913-1920, the bulk of which is entries for management personnel including Henry Ford and Edsel B. Ford; Lincoln accounts payable, 1922; a patterns lent account book, 1913-1917, regarding suppliers of malleable iron castings; and miscellaneous account books, including journal vouchers and foreign and domestic accounts receivable, 1918-1925. 
 Subjects:  Ford Motor Company. Auditing Department | Ford Motor Company. Finance Staff | Ford Motor Company--Finance | Ford Motor Company. Lincoln Division | Ford Motor Company of Canada | Automobile dealers | Automobiles--Accounting | Automobile industry and trade--Costs | Automobile industry and trade--Statistics | Accounts payable | Accounts receivable | Branches (Business enterprises) | Cost control | Costs, Industrial | Financial statements | Ford autmobile | Labor costs | Lincoln automobile | Sales accounting | Wages--Accounting | Ledgers 
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10Title:  Defense Contracts Department records series, 1940-1953 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  748 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Finance Staff. 
 Abstract:  The Defense Contracts Department records series consists of files maintained by the Defense Contract Financial Administration Department, Controller's Office, Finance Division. The records document Department of Defense contract administration of Ford's maritime operations during World War II. Records include correspondence from Ford employees in the Traffic Import-Export Department in Edgewater, New Jersey; Traffic Department; and Marine Department. Files from the postwar period, circa 1947-1948, are predominantly from the Ford Navigation Company. Materials are arranged by subject. 
 Subjects:  Ford Motor Company. Finance Staff. | Ford Motor Company. Finance Staff. | Ford Motor Company. Defense Contracts Department. | Ford Motor Company--Employees. | Ford Motor Company. Marine operations. | Ford Motor Company. Rouge River Plant | Ford Motor Company--Finance. | Ford Motor Company--Management. | Ford Navigation Company. | United States. Dept. of Defense. | Automobile industry and trade--Costs. | Automobiles--Accounting | Branches (Business enterprises) | Costs, Industrial | Freight and freightage | Overhead costs | Subsidiary corporations | World War, 1939-1945 
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11Title:  Records Stored in 1919 series, 1902-1923 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2 
 Creator:  Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 
 Abstract:  The Records Stored in 1919 series contains materials created or maintained by Ford Motor Company treasurer and secretaries. The series includes financial records, correspondence, telegrams, and architectural estimates of Ford's Fair Lane estate. 
 Subjects:  Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 | Anderson, Gary S. | Burroughs, John, 1837-1921 | Campsall, Frank Charles, 1884-1946 | Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931 | Ford, Clara Bryant, 1866-1950 | Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943 | Ford, Henry, 1863-1947--Employees | Ford, Henry, 1863-1947--Homes and haunts | Klingensmith, Frank L. | Liebold, Ernest Gustav, 1884-1956 | Plantiff, Gaston, 1874-1934 | Selden, George Baldwin, 1846-1922 | Waddell, H. R. | Dearborn State Bank | Ford Hawaiians | Ford Motor Company | Ford Motor Company--Employees | Ford Motor Company--Executives | Ford Motor Company--Finance | Ford Motor Company. Office of Henry Ford | Ford Motor Company--Presidents | Ford Motor Company--Trials, litigation, etc | Henry Ford & Son, Inc. | Henry Ford Hospital | Oscar II (Ship) | Sialia (Ship) | Fair Lane (Dearborn, Mich.) | Valley Farm, Inc. | W. H. Van Tine Building Organization, Inc. | Henry Ford Peace Expedition, 1915-1916 | Neutral Conference for Continuous Meditation 1916 | Automobile industry and trade | Automobiles--Patents | Buildings--Michigan--Dearborn | Ford automobile | Ford Model N automobile | Industrialists--Michigan--Dearborn | Pacifism | Patent infringement | Peace movements--United States | Shipbuilding | Tractors | World War, 1914-1918 | Dearborn, Mich. | Bank statements | Ciphers | Financial records | Photographs | Publications 
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12Title:  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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13Title:  Records Moved to Engineering Laboratory in 1919 series, 1911-1927 and the Non-Automotive Interests and Activities Records series, 1916-1929 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  62 
 Creator:  Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 
 Abstract:  Accession 62 spans multiple series and contains records concerning the non-business interests of Henry Ford. The Records Moved to the Engineering Laboratory in 1919 series consists of general correspondence from the Office of Henry Ford about his personal interests and the Non-automotive Interests and Activities records series focuses on Ford's run for president and his land in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. 
 Subjects:  Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 | Anderson, Gary S. | Burroughs, John, 1837-1921 | Campsall, Frank Charles, 1884-1946 | Ford, Clara Bryant, 1866-1950 | Ford, Edsel, 1893-1943 | Ford, Henry, 1863-1947--Employees | Ford, Henry, 1863-1947--Homes and haunts | Greer, Robert L. | Leibold, Ernest Gustav, 1884-1956 | Plantiff, Gaston, 1874-1934 | Dearborn Publishing Company | Ford Village Industries | Dearborn Realty and Construction Company | Ford Hawaiians | Ford Motor Company | Ford Motor Company--Employees | Ford Motor Company--Executives | Ford Motor Company--Finance | Ford Motor Company. Office of Henry Ford | Ford Motor Company--Trials, litigation, etc. | Ford Motor Company--Presidents | Hamilton and Rossville Hydraulic Company | Henry Ford & Son, Inc. | Henry Ford & Son, Ltd. | Henry Ford Hospital | Sialia (Ship) | United States Navy--Boats | Sialia II (Ship) | Fair Lane (Dearborn, Mich.) | Valley Farm, Inc. | Henry Ford Peace Expedition (1915-1916) | Neutral Conference for Continuous Meditation (1916) | Weeks, John W. (John Wingate), 1860-1926 | Tennessee River Improvement Association | African American automobile industry workers | African American soldiers | Anti-Jewish propaganda | Anti-Semitism | Automobile dealers | Automobile industry and trade | Buildings--Michigan--Dearborn | Ford automobile | Five dollar day | Industrialists--Michigan--Dearborn | Eagle boats | Ford tractors | Jews | Profit-sharing | Peace Ship | Shipbuilding | Shipyards | Tractor industry | Trials (Libel) | Tractors | World War, 1914-1918 | World War, 1914-1918--Naval operations, American | Buildings--Florida--Fort Myers | Aircraft industry--Michigan | Airports--Michigan | Air mail service--United States | Business and politics | Economic development projects | Hydroelectric power plants--Alabama--Muscle Shoals | Nitrates | Presidential candidates | Water resources development--Tennessee River Valley | Dearborn (Mich.) | Ford Airport (Dearborn, Mich.) | Muscle Shoals (Ala.) | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Ciphers | Clippings | Contracts | Financial records | Maps | Photographs 
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