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1Title:  Mechanical and Electrical Power Collection, 1785-1940 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2005.0.32.0 
 Creator:  Henry Ford (Organization). Benson Ford Research Center 
 Abstract:  An assembled collection containing a variety of material relating to mechanical and electrical power, the collection is divided into four series: Electrical Power, Internal Combustion Power, Steam Power, and Other Power Sources. Included are manuscript materials, newspaper and professional trade journal clippings, original trade literature, technical drawings, a few ephemera items, and photographic prints. The Electrical Power series is the largest series with 140 electric power suppliers and electrical equipment manufacturers represented. 
 Subjects:  Boilers | Electric batteries | Electrical engineering | Electric generators | Electric power | Electric lighting, Incandescent | Electric power systems | Electricity | Electric railroad trains. | Engines | Internal combustion engines | Motors | Power-plants | Power (Mechanics) | Power transmission | Steam power plants | Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 | Campsall, Frank Charles, 1884-1946 | Humberstone, James, 1909- | Morton, Herbert Frederick, 1890-1966 | Smith, Fred | Edison Electric Light Company | Edison General Electric Company | Ford Motor Company | General Electric Company | Henry Ford (Organization) | Menlo Park Laboratory | Technical drawings | Blueprints (Reprographic copies) | Clippings (Information artifacts) | Patents | Photographs | Trade catalogs 
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2Title:  James Humberstone papers, 1916-1952 (bulk 1928-1936) Requires cookie*
 Accession:  900 
 Creator:  Humberstone, James, 1909- 
 Abstract:  James Humberstone worked for the Edison Institute and is among a select group who once lived in Greenfield Village. His papers include records from the Edison Institute, Ford Motor Company Apprentice School and the Henry Ford Trade School as well as Edison memorabilia and miscellaneous photographs. 
 Subjects:  Humberstone, James, 1909- | Edison, Thomas A. (Thomas Alva), 1847-1931 | Rooney, Mickey | Buffalo Bill, 1846-1917 | Henry Ford (Organization). Henry Ford Museum. | Henry Ford (Organization). Greenfield Village. | Henry Ford Trade School | Ford Apprentice Schools | Sir John Bennett Jewelry Store | Sir John Bennett Sweet Shop | Dearborn Engineering Laboratory (Dearborn, Mich.) | Engine and Electrical Engineering Building (Dearborn, Mich.) | Ford Motor Company--Statistics | Industry and education | Schools--Michigan | Trade schools--Michigan | Vocational education--Michigan | Automobile industry and trade | Agricultural implements | Photographs 
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