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Ford Motor Company



  • Existence: 1903

Biographical / Historical

Organized 1903.

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Charles C. Killingsworth papers (00101)

Identifier: UA-17.439
Scope and Contents OverviewThe Charles C. Killingsworth papers provide an invaluable source of material to the researcher interested in the development of American labor law, and its application to the collective bargaining process. With the exception of some material from World War I, the collection is composed of labor materials. Killingsworth served as a member of several federal agencies, as a consultant to state...
Dates: 1918 - 1968

Lisa Gerber and Mojden Hojjati papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-10.3.49
Scope and Contents

The papers of Lisa Gerber and Mojden Hojjati consist of a student paper written by Gerber and Hojjati entitled "Industrial Patriotism: Americanization in the REO Motor Company." They argue that the paternalistic program of the REO Company was aimed at making immigrants better citizens, whereas the program of the Ford Motor Company was directed at increasing production.

Dates: 1982

Additional filters:

Arbitration, Industrial 1
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.) 1
Collective bargaining 1
Labor unions 1
Letters (correspondence) 1