Publicity for 1936 Ford V-8. Folder
"General Motors Corporation, the
Changing Nature of the Auto Body."
Box 1, Jack Kausch papers.
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- The auto illustrated buyer's guide to the cars of 1912. London: Auto Illustrated, 1912.
- Automotive Council for War Production The Job is being done: The automotive industry reports to the nation--its only customer today. Detroit: Automotive Council for War Production, 1942.
- American Motors Corporation. American Motors family album. Detroit: American Motors Corporation, 1969.
- Automobile Manufacturers Association. 100 million motor vehicles. Detroit: Automobile Manufacturers Association, 1948.
- Beckman, Francis J. L. Letter on labor and strikes. Royal Oak: Chas. E. Coughlin, 1939.
- Eaton Manufacturing Company. A chronicle of the automotive industry in America. Cleveland: Eaton Mfg. Co., 1936.
- Forbes, Bertie Charles. Automotive giants of America: Men who are making our motor industry. New York: B. C. Forbes, 1926.
- General Motors Corporation. Buick Motor Division. Buick's first half-century. Detroit: General Motors, 1952.
- General Motors Corporation. Dept. of Public Relations. Adventures of the inquiring mind: Some General Motors scientific and engineering contributions of the last half century. Detroit: General Motors Public Relations, 1957.
- Merz, Charles. And then came Ford. Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1929.
- Murdock, J. M. A family tour from ocean to ocean: Being an account of the first amateur motor car journey from the Pacific to the Atlantic, whereby J.M. Murdock and family, in their 1908 Packard "Thirty" touring car, incidentally broke the transcontinental record. Detroit: Packard Motor Car Co., 1908.
- Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. 1902--Nash--1946. Detroit: Nash-Kelvinator Corporation, 1956.
- Rae, John Bell. American automobile manufacturers: The first forty years. Philadelphia: Chilton Co. Book Division, 1959.
William Knudsen (left), Harlow Curtice (center) and Alfred
P. Sloan, Jr., (right) with 1938 Buick Folder "Chrysler
Historical Collection." Box 15, Frank Angelo papers.
- Fisher Body Local No. 156, United Auto Workers. The Flint auto worker. Flint: Local No. 156, United Auto Workers.
- Fisher Body Local No. 156, United Auto Workers. Lansing auto worker. Lansing: Local No. 182, United Auto Workers.
- Packard Motor Car Company. Annual report. Detroit: Packard Motor Car Company.
Fisher Body division. Folder "General Motors Corporation,
miscellaneous." Box 1, Jack Kausch papers.
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The Bentley Historical Library also has a number of microfilmed copies of labor newspapers. To find them, you can type "automobile industry and labor union periodicals" into the basic search field in MIRLYN.
- Beebe, Hank. American Motors 1966 automotive announcement show Detroit: American Motors Corp., 1966.
- Ford Motor Company. The '57 Ford theme song: The '57 Ford story. Wilding Picture Productions, Inc., 1956.
- Romney, George W. George W. Romney sound recordings subgroup. 1952-1969.
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Developed by Rachael Dreyer, Graduate Reference Assistant, July 2009.