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The Industrial Revolution & the Auto Industry
Advertisement for the 1924 Ford Model T Touring Car, "A Welcome Member of the Family"
Object ID:
64.167.19.519
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4068
Crowd of Applicants outside Highland Park Plant after Five Dollar Day Announcement, January 1914
Object ID:
P.833.29
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4032
Ingersoll Milling Machine Used at Ford Motor Company Highland Park Plant, 1912
Object ID:
31.671.1
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4029
Letter to Henry Ford from the Wife of an Assembly Line Worker, 1914
Object ID:
64.167.1.94
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4031
Magneto Assembly Line at Ford Motor Company Highland Park Plant, 1913
Object ID:
P.833.167
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4030
Robot, First Unimate Robot Ever Installed on an Assembly Line, 1961
Object ID:
76.115.1
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4034
Swift & Company's Meat Packing House, Chicago, Illinois, "Splitting Backbones and Final Inspection of Hogs," 1910-1915
Object ID:
92.0.173.2
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4035
Assembly-line methods Automobile factories Automobile industry Employees Employment Factories Fair Lane Papers subgroup Firsts Five Dollar Day Ford Motor Company. Highland Park Plant Ford Motor Company. Photographic Department Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 Ingersoll Milling Machine Company Letters (Correspondence) Mass production Milling machines Photographic prints Photographic vertical file series Photographs United States, Illinois, Rockford United States, Michigan, Dearborn United States, Michigan, Highland Park Unknown Workers
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