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Thu Oct 16 18:03:00 2014 UTClccn-n790553850.06We'll race you, Henry : a story about Henry Ford /0.300.93Dearborn independent76370475Henry_Fordn 79055385288499Ford, Genri 1863-1947Ford Henri 1863-1947Ford, HenryFords, Henrijs 1863-1947Fu-tʿe, Heng-ti 1863-1947Fūrd, Hinrī 1863-1947Fute, Hengli 1863-1947Henry FordHphu-the, Heṅ-li 1863-1947K_apōrṭu, Hen_r_i 1863-1947K̲apōrṭu, Hen̲r̲i 1863-1947Χένρυ Φορντ 1863-1947Генрі Форд 1863-1947Форд, Генри 1863-1947Хенри Форд 1863-1947פארד, הענריفورد، هنرىهنري فورد، 1863-1947フォード, ヘンリー福特, 亨利lccn-n80085248Ford Motor Companyprolccn-sh85050468Ford familyviaf-36966307Crowther, Samuel1880-1947othctbcrelccn-n88059719Bryan, Ford R.(Ford Richardson)lccn-n50041318Lacey, Robertlccn-n50004624Nevins, Allan1890-1971lccn-n79126993Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Villagelccn-n50034864Hill, Frank Ernest1888-1969lccn-n88117828Ford, Edsel1893-1943lccn-n80126308Edison, Thomas A.(Thomas Alva)1847-1931Ford, Henry1863-1947HistoryBiographyTrials, litigation, etcJuvenile worksNewspapersPeriodicalsFord, Henry,United StatesAutomobile industry and tradeFord Motor CompanyIndustrialistsFord familyAutomobile engineersAntisemitismFamiliesBrazilBrazil--FordlândiaCivilization--American influencesRubber plantationsInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Planned communitiesMass productionPolitical and social viewsAutomobilesJewsAnti-Jewish propagandaTrials (Libel)Hate speechMichigan--DetroitDearborn independent (Title)Sapiro, AaronRural conditionsMichigan--DearbornFord Model T automobileAutomobile industry and trade--Law and legislationPatent suitsTechnologyInventions--Private collectionsHenry Ford Museum and Greenfield VillageAmericana--Private collectionsMuseumsBusinesspeopleMachinery in the workplaceIndustriesBusinessmenIndustrial managementMichiganTrials (Fraud)Dodge, Horace E.--(Horace Elgin),Dodge, John F.--(John Francis),Protocols of the wise men of ZionInventorsInventionsSuccessEdison, Thomas A.--(Thomas Alva),Presidents1863194718651868188718901892191019121914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201420159162316422841923.373CT275.F68ocn005216874ocn606159345ocn311900086ocn080124290ocn247628889ocn038726687ocn671398781ocn038726691ocn839893653ocn063788771ocn123473596ocn123473594ocn078492806ocn080415310ocn084056584ocn866132223ocn215220191ocn122514885ocn429905128Industrialists95125ocn017983070book19260.47Ford, HenryToday and tomorrowHistory+-+91844706455344ocn004791363book19360.06McGuffey, William HolmesOld favorites from the McGuffey readers38113ocn001457152book19290.56Ford, HenryMy philosophy of industry, Henry Ford3298ocn000350081book19300.47Ford, HenryMoving forward19425ocn002160758book19210.59Dearborn IndependentThe international Jew; the world's foremost problemHistory+-+72559184061638ocn002228164book19300.47Ford, HenryEdison as I know himBiography1098ocn002154063book19220.88Ford, HenryFord ideals : being a selection from "Mr. Ford's page" in The Dearborn Independent10837ocn015582609book19220.63Ford, HenryDer internationale Jude1028ocn000411551book19220.63Miller, J. MartinThe amazing story of Henry Ford, the ideal American and the world's most famous private citizen; a complete and authentic account of his life and surpassing achievements+-+K20596390510122ocn000603915book19200.35Ford, HenryMy life and workHistoryBiographyAnnotation+-+1756642696902ocn045199612visu19990.06Inventions and innovationsJuvenile worksWithout the inventor's curiosity and desire to find answers to questions, the world would be a different place. This film examines rare footage of Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell and Henry Ford, whose theories and subsequent practical application of those ideas transformed the way we live, work and play902ocn045199610visu19990.06Communications and transportationJuvenile worksExplores the impact of the inventions of Alexander Graham Bell, Henry Ford and the Wright Brothers, which established the foundation for today's giant communications and transportation industries789ocn019514074book19890.50Ford, HenryFord on managementHistory742ocn001566005serial0.93Dearborn independentPeriodicalsNewspapers663ocn001433191book19290.66Trine, Ralph WaldoThe power that wins; Henry Ford and Ralph Waldo Trine in an intimate talk on life--the inner thing--the things of the mind and spirit--and the inner powers and forces that make for achievement651ocn506022523file19180.92Carpenter, William LJohn F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants arguments of Hon. William L. Carpenter for plaintiffs and appellees, and Hon. Alfred Lucking, for defendants and appellants, Friday, April 5, 1918, P.MTrials, litigation, etc651ocn506022539file19180.92Lucking, AlfredJohn F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants arguments of Hon. Alfred Lucking and Hon. Alexis C. Angell, for defendants and appellants, Tuesday, April 9, 1918, A.MTrials, litigation, etc651ocn506022574file19180.92Dodge, John FJohn F. Dodge and Horace E. Dodge, plaintiffs and appellees, vs. Henry Ford, et al., defendants and appellants no. 28,241, appeal from Hon. George S. Hosmer, circuit judge : brief for plaintiffs and appelleesTrials, litigation, etc6116ocn192033596book19230.47Ford, HenryMein Leben und WerkHistoryBiography589ocn027327030book19140.77Ford, HenryThe Case against the little white slaver325312ocn013559849book19860.21Lacey, RobertFord, the men and the machineHistoryBiographyRelates the story of Henry Ford, his son Edsel, his grandson Henry II, and describes others who were influential in the automobile company and in the family dynasty22129ocn016844914book19870.21Collier, PeterThe Fords : an American epicHistoryBiographyReveals the story of three generations of Fords, from Henry I, the mechanical wizard of the automobile and son Henry II, who saved the company from financial ruin and from Lee Iacocca+-+0789008436204412ocn276930372book20090.23Grandin, GregFordlandia : the rise and fall of Henry Ford's forgotten jungle cityHistoryThe stunning, never-before-told story of the quixotic attempt to recreate small-town America in the heart of the Amazon, "Fordlandia" depicts a desperate quest to salvage the bygone America that the Ford factory system did much to dispatch+-+7714797685202533ocn605953707book19220.35Ford, HenryMy life and workHistoryBiographyAnnotation+-+0928690226324195510ocn050479330book20030.23Brinkley, DouglasWheels for the world : Henry Ford, his company, and a century of progress, 1903-2003HistoryBiographyIn Wheels for the world, Douglas Brinkley reveals the riveting details of Ford Motor Company's epic achievements, chronicling the success of the Tin Lizzie to the beloved Model A through the glory days of the Thunderbird, Mustang, and Taurus, as well as the revolutionary plants where they were built-Highland Park and River Rouge. Brinkley tells of the amazing acquisitions of Volvo, Land Rover, Jaguar, and Mazda in the 1990s. His narrative also explores Ford Motor Company's darker aspects, from its founder's anti-Semitism, ill-considered wartime pacifism, and disloyalty-not only to the cohorts who made him the richest man of his time but also to his only son. Along the way, Brinkley introduces the whole cast of characters-from the early brains of the outfit, later U.S. Senator James Couzens; to CEO Lee Iacocca to the chairman and CEO of today, William Clay Ford, Jr+-+K63685521519397ocn055535154book20050.23Watts, StevenThe people's tycoon : Henry Ford and the American centuryHistoryBiographyHenry Ford, a major architect of modern America, has lived on in the imagination of his fellow citizens as an enduring figure of fascination, an inimitable individual, a controversial personality, and a social visionary from the moment his Model T brought the automobile to the masses and triggered the consumer revolution. Ford first made the automobile affordable, but grew skeptical of consumerism's corrosive impact on moral values; insisted on a living wage for his workers but opposed unions, established the assembly line but worried about its effect on the work ethic; welcomed African Americans to his company but was a rabid anti-Semite. Watts shows us how a Michigan farm boy emerged as one of America's richest men and one of its first mass-culture celebrities, became a folk hero to millions of ordinary citizens and yet also excited the admiration of Lenin and Hitler.--From publisher description+-+4082590285185714ocn000390161book19510.31Nevins, AllanFord16556ocn755624517file19610.39Greenleaf, WilliamMonopoly on wheels Henry Ford and the Selden automobile patentHistoryTrials, litigation, etcPatents"The book had its origin in 1952, when I went to Detroit as research associate of the Ford Motor Company History Project sponsored by Columbia University and executed under the directions of Allan Nevins. Some of the material in the present study appeared in different form in the initial volume of the Ford history, published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1954 under the title Ford : the times, the man, the company."--Preface+-+376088963515275ocn013560795book19860.06Mitchell, BarbaraWe'll race you, Henry : a story about Henry FordJuvenile worksBiographyA brief biography of Henry Ford with emphasis on how he came to develop fast, sturdy, and reliable racing cars that eventually gave him the idea for his Model T+-+464796123515098ocn755623950file19560.39Sorensen, Charles EMy forty years with FordInside story of the dynamics of the Ford dynasty+-+K42788963513953ocn802047143file20120.50Woeste, Victoria SakerHenry Ford's war on Jews and the legal battle against hate speechHistoryTrials, litigation, etc"Henry Ford is remembered in American lore as the ultimate entrepreneur--the man who invented assembly-line manufacturing and made automobiles affordable. Largely forgotten is his side career as a publisher of antisemitic propaganda. This is the story of Ford's ownership of the Dearborn Independent, his involvement in the defamatory articles it ran, and the two Jewish lawyers, Aaron Sapiro and Louis Marshall, who each tried to stop Ford's war. In 1927, the case of Sapiro v. Ford transfixed the nation. In order to end the embarrassing litigation, Ford apologized for the one thing he would never have lost on in court: the offense of hate speech. Using never-before-discovered evidence from archives and private family collections, this study reveals the depth of Ford's involvement in every aspect of this case and explains why Jewish civil rights lawyers and religious leaders were deeply divided over how to handle Ford"--Provided by publisher130511ocn000391876book19480.39Sward, KeithThe legend of Henry FordHistoryBiography12826ocn000279042book19720.30Wik, Reynold MHenry Ford and grass-roots AmericaHistoryBiography+-+884615729512687ocn048420980book20010.26Baldwin, NeilHenry Ford and the Jews : the mass production of hateHistoryBiographyDescribes how Henry Ford promoted his anti-Semitic views in "The Dearborn Independent" and other publications and examines the response of the Jewish community in America as well as Ford's impact on the spread of anti-Semitism in Europe before World War II+-+070571643612249ocn755620875file19230.47Marquis, Samuel SHenry Ford an interpretationHistoryBiography+-+7218889635120210ocn800031945book20130.18Snow, RichardI invented the modern age : the rise of Henry FordHistoryJuvenile worksBiography"From an acclaimed popular historian comes a fresh, meticulous, and entertaining account of Henry Ford and his invention of the Model-T--the machine that defined the dawning age in America. Every century or so, our republic has been changed by a new technology: 170 years ago it was the railroad; today it's the microprocessor. But in the early twentieth century it was the gasoline-combustion engine, built by a young, unknown, industrious man named Henry Ford. Born into a steam-powered world, the young farm boy saw the advantages of internal combustion; using his innate mechanical abilities, hard work, and imagination he transformed our nation's industry and went on to become an American icon. In many ways, his story is well known; in just as many other ways, it is not. Richard Snow weaves together a fascinating narrative of Ford's rise to fame--as well as his creative personality and spirit--through his greatest invention, the Model T. The car transformed our nation in a decade, and made Ford a national hero. But then Ford soured, and the benevolent side of his character went into an ever-deepening eclipse, even as the cultural change he initiated remade America. Snow, who "writes with verve and a keen eye" (The New York Times Book Review) has written a highly pleasurable read, and shows us the remarkable man who invented the modern age"--Provided by publisher11882ocn000012347book19690.30Rae, John BellHenry Ford115218ocn000390758book19540.26Burlingame, RogerHenry Ford, a great life in brief11374ocn757519843file19950.37Bryan, Ford RHenry's attic some fascinating gifts to Henry Ford and his museumHistory11116ocn006761250book19810.25Gelderman, Carol WHenry Ford : the wayward capitalistHistoryBiographyA biography of the automobile industrialist reporting the events and achievements of his life+-+2437342306+-+9184470645+-+9184470645Thu Oct 16 16:00:13 EDT 2014batch65804