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United States, Michigan, Dearborn
United States, New York, New York
Artifacts and research for your exploration
Building Stories: Thomas Edison
Resources for the creative writing contest.
Ford Rouge Factory Tour - Vehicles
Vehicles on display at the Ford Rouge Factory Tour.
Images and artifacts from Ford's landmark factory.
Henry Ford was an early promoter of soybean-based foods in the United States. Over the twentieth cen
Donating the VS-300
Henry Ford collected modern inventions alongside historic items. He acquired the VS-300 helicopter f
Revolving rotor blades, rather than fixed wings, generate lift to support the flight of rotary-wing
Top Twenty: IMLS Communications Grant
A group of exceptional communications artifacts, recently conserved through a grant from the Institu
Henry Ford & His Violins
Henry Ford loved fiddles—they reminded him of the rural dances of his youth. In the 1920s, as a succ
Lights Golden Jubilee
On October 21, 1929, Henry Ford held a gala honoring Thomas Edison. Guests celebrated the 50th anniv
Menlo Park Laboratory in Greenfield Village
Henry Ford created Greenfield Village to educate and inspire future generations. At its heart, using
Restoring the Rosa Parks Bus
The Montgomery city bus aboard which Rosa Parks defied segregation sat as a rusted storage shed befo
The Wright Brothers and the Bicycle Business
Before they took flight, Wilbur and Orville Wright dealt in bicycles. The brothers repaired, rented,
Heinz: 57 Varieties...and then some!
Ketchup is now the H.J. Heinz Company’s best-known product, but beginning with horseradish in 1869,
“Where We Began”: The Heinz House
A young Henry J. Heinz began bottling his first product, horseradish, in his family’s Sharpsburg, Pe
Henry J. Heinz: Master of Marketing
Henry J. Heinz was a talented promoter who knew the power of advertising. He put the Heinz name on e
“Strictly Pure”: The Heinz Label
Today’s shoppers can almost always expect safe, high-quality food products. But in the late nineteen
Invention in the 1920
Trying this out
Phoographs of Television Broadcast Equipment ...
Identification badges worn by workers for aut...
The Today Show
events held throught the yers
Pictures, commerations, etc
Maps of Dearborn and surrounding areas
Brochures, posters, documents
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