Wright Brothers Cycle Shop and Homestead
Title:
Wright Brothers Cycle Shop and Homestead
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Greenfield Village


Ford Motor Company - Engineering Laboratory
Title:
Ford Motor Company - Engineering Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Hotel Dearborn
Title:
Hotel Dearborn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Michigan Avenue at Schaefer Road - Nearest to Ford Motor Co. Offices, Rotunda and Greenfield Village - Rooms with or without bath. First class Coffee Shop in connection. Rates $1.50 per day and up. Special weekly rates.


The Westerner Beef Buffet
Title:
The Westerner Beef Buffet
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Just fine food. A real family style restaurant. Come as you are. Featuring Roast Beef and many other entrees. Lenten dishes on Friday. Open at 11:30 AM-7 days a week. 24825 Michigan Avenue, 1/4 mile west of Telegraph Road.



Ford Motor Company - Rouge Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Company - Rouge Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Ford Motor Company - General Offices
Title:
Ford Motor Company - General Offices
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Ford Motor Company - Rolling Mill, Rouge Steel Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Company - Rolling Mill, Rouge Steel Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Ford Motor Company - Engineering Laboratory and Airport
Title:
Ford Motor Company - Engineering Laboratory and Airport
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Hotel Fordson
Title:
Hotel Fordson
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Stern Paddle Steamer "Suwanee", Greenfield Village
Title:
Stern Paddle Steamer "Suwanee", Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Greenfield Village - Rose Cottage, Cotswold Group
Title:
Greenfield Village - Rose Cottage, Cotswold Group
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Thomas Edison's Laboratory
Title:
Thomas Edison's Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Thomas Edison's Laboratory, Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan. Thomas Alva Edison built this two-story clapboard structure in Menle Park, new Jersey in 1876. Form many years this laboratory served Edison as a main place of research. Here he created the phonograph, the first practical incandescent lamp, and many other brilliant electrical discoveries.



An Assembly Line of the Ford Motor Company
Title:
An Assembly Line of the Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The assembly line is always a point of interest to visitors of the Rouge Plant. Here, on a moving conveyor, Ford cars are completely assembled, from chassis to finished car, and driven off the line under their own power. In addition to the Rouge plant, there are 31 assembly lines in company branches throughout the United States.


Ford Guest Center, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Ford Guest Center, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Tours of the Rouge Manufacturing Complex originate from the Guest Center, located across from Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum. The Rouge is the largest industrial complex of its kind in the world and one of the leading tourist attractions in the United States.



Night Owl Lunch Wagon, Greenfield Village
Title:
Night Owl Lunch Wagon, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Fairlane Inn Motel
Title:
Fairlane Inn Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1962 Oct-3



Henry Ford Museum
Title:
Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused


Entrance to Edison Institute Museum
Title:
Entrance to Edison Institute Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Dedicated by Henry Ford on October 21, 1929, the 50th birthday of the incandescent light bulb. The museum includes Thomas Edison's laboratory, which was moved from Menlo Park, New Jersey.



General Store, Greenfield Village
Title:
General Store, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1954 Aug-08

Description:
The Waterford General Store was the principal shopping place in a small Michigan town, a short distance from Detroit, after it was built nearly a century ago. Today, in Greenfield Village it is equipped with stock typical of the period including patent medicines, notions, children's games and toys, groceries, candy, buggy whips and farm implements, dry goods, and men's and women's garments.


Holiday Inn Dearborn, Michigan
Title:
Holiday Inn Dearborn, Michigan
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
22900 Michigan Ave. Situated on the bank of the Rouge River in close proximity to Ford Motor Company, Greenfield Village and Museum. Facilities consist of 333 units, swimming pool, wading pool, children's playground, grille room, dining room, cocktail lounge and meeting rooms for 400 persons.



The Westerner Beef Buffet
Title:
The Westerner Beef Buffet
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Natural Color Pub.


Ford Plant
Title:
Ford Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1948 Feb-10

Description:
Air View of the Ford Rouge Plant. Rotunda and Ford Administration Building in left foreground. Tichnor Bros., Inc.



Edison's Laboratory, Greenfield Village
Title:
Edison's Laboratory, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Apr-5


Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station
Title:
Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Rouge Plant Docks, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant Docks, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo


General Offices, Ford Motor Company
Title:
General Offices, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo

Description:
The main office building is located at the Rouge Plant, Dearborn. It is a spacious building of white limestone. The first three floors are devoted entirely to offices of which there are more than 200. Cafeteria and dining rooms are located on the top floor.



Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo

Description:
The Rouge Plant is one of the largest industrial centers in the world. It has an area of 1,096 acres, 14 miles of roadways, 92 miles of railway track and 1 1/3 miles of docks. It includes blast furnaces, open hearth furnaces and steel mill, cement plant, body plant, coke ovens, power plant and motor assembly plant where new Model A engines are built.


Ford Motor Comapny - Rouge Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Comapny - Rouge Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Ford Motor Company - Rolling Mill, Rouge Steel Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Company - Rolling Mill, Rouge Steel Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo


Ford Motor Company Engineering Lab and Airport
Title:
Ford Motor Company Engineering Lab and Airport
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo

Description:
In the foreground is shown the Ford Engineering Laboratory where all experimental work on Ford and Lincoln cars is carried on. In the rear may be seen the Ford Airport where Ford tri-motored air transports are manufactured.



Ford Motor Company - General Offices, Rouge Plant
Title:
Ford Motor Company - General Offices, Rouge Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo


Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo



Henry Ford Factory
Title:
Henry Ford Factory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), White Border unused


River Rouge Plant- Ford Motor Company
Title:
River Rouge Plant- Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
The River Rouge plant of the Ford Motor Company covers 1,100 acres, employs over 55,000 men, and is still growing. Two blast furnaces produce 1,000 to 1,200 tons of pig iron daily, and storage bins hold 2,000,000 tons of ore, coal and limestone. Here is operated the largest foundry in the world, pouring 1,800 tons of castings daily. Coke ovens produce 1,600 tons of coke per day besides more than 500 tons of by-products, such as benzol, ammonium sulphate, tar, oil, etc. Paper Mill production, 15 tons daily. Cement Plant production 1,000 barrels daily. Fifty miles of railroad tracks are within the plant boundaries. The new power plant will have a capacity of 500,000 horsepower. Manufacturing units have a daily production capacity of 10,000 Model "T" Motors, 7,000 Ford bodies, 500 Fordson Tractors and 40,000 square feet of plate glass.



Ford Plant
Title:
Ford Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
air view of Ford Rouge plant. Rotunda and Ford administration building in left foreground. Tichnor Bros., Inc.


The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Joseph Burke Adjacent to Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Koppel Color Cards



River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Title:
River Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The plant covers 1,100 acres, employs over 55,000 men, and is still growing. Two blast furnaces produce 1,000 to 1,200 tons of pig iron daily, and storage bins hold 2,000,000 tons of ore, coal and limestone. Here is operated the largest foundry in the world, pouring 1,800 tons of castings daily. Coke ovens produce 1,600 tons of coke per day besides more than 500 tons of by-products, such as benzol, ammonium sulphate, tar, oil, etc. Paper Mill production, 15 tons daily. Cement Plant production 1,000 barrels daily. Fifty miles of railroad tracks are within the plant boundaries. The new power plant will have a capacity of 500,000 horsepower. Manufacturing units have a daily production capacity of 10,000 Model "T" Motors, 7,000 Ford bodies, 500 Fordson Tractors and 40,000 square feet of plate glass.


Ford Administration Building and Factory with Visitor's Rotunda in Foreground
Title:
Ford Administration Building and Factory with Visitor's Rotunda in Foreground
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
Gateway to the House Plant of the Ford Motor Company - largest industrial institution of its kind in the world. The Rotunda was the central section of the Ford Exposition at Chicago's Century of Progress. It houses many fascinating exhibits showing how the raw materials of the earth are drawn upon in the manufacture of the modern automobile.



Dearborn Tourist Court
Title:
Dearborn Tourist Court
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen


Toll House Shoe Shop 1828
Title:
Toll House Shoe Shop 1828
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Re-erected in Greenfield Village.



Dearborn Engineering Laboratory and Airport - Ford Motor Company
Title:
Dearborn Engineering Laboratory and Airport - Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


General Offices, Ford Motor Company
Title:
General Offices, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The main office building of the Ford Motor Company is located at the Rouge Plant, Dearborn. It is a spacious building of white limestone. The first three floors are devoted entirely to offices of which there are more than 200. Cafeteria and dining rooms are located on the top floor.



Rouge Plant Docks, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant Docks, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Are 1 1/3 miles long and are on the Rouge River. Here Ford ships ad other Great Lakes freighters bring in great cargoes of iron ore, coal, limestone and lumber used in the manufacture of Ford cars and trucks. The storage bins have a capacity of 2,000,000 tons.


Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Is one of the largest industrial centers in the world. It has an area of 1,096 acres, 14 miles of roadways, 92 miles of railway track and 1 1/3 miles of docks. It includes blast furnaces, open hearth furnaces and steel mill, glass plant, foundry, paper mill, cement plant, body plant, coke ovens, power plant and motor assembly plant where new Model A engines are built.



McGuffey Birthplace. Re-Erected in Greenfield Village
Title:
McGuffey Birthplace. Re-Erected in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1937 Jul-6


Ford Motor Co., River Rouge Plant, Dearborn, Mich., Lincoln Motor Co., Detroit, Mich
Title:
Ford Motor Co., River Rouge Plant, Dearborn, Mich., Lincoln Motor Co., Detroit, Mich
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Ford Motor Company is the greatest of Detroit's giant automobile industries. The Ford Company operates the Highland Park Plant, Fordson Plant, Dearborn Plant, and Lincoln Motor Car Division in Detroit. About 75,000 men are employed at the Fordson Plant



Dearborn Towne House Motel
Title:
Dearborn Towne House Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
2101 South Telegraph


Blast Furnaces and Giant Raw Materials Storage Bins
Title:
Blast Furnaces and Giant Raw Materials Storage Bins
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
At Ford Motor Company's Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Michigan. The storage bins hold iron ore, limestone and coal, ingredients necessary for the making of pig iron



The Old Village Post Office
Title:
The Old Village Post Office
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Erected 1803


Jordan Boarding House in Greenfield Village
Title:
Jordan Boarding House in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM Oct-1



Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory, Re-erected in Greenfield Village
Title:
Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory, Re-erected in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM Oct-1


Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station
Title:
Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1931 Sep-23



The Rouge
Title:
The Rouge
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Ford Motor Company's world-famous Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Michigan, is one of the top tourist attractions in the United States. This manufacturing complex, covering 1200 acres, is the only plant on the continent where you and your family can see raw material transformed into engines, bodies, and parts for assembly of quality-built Ford cars. For further information write Public Relations, Special Events Department, The American Road, Dearborn, Michigan


Veterans Hospital
Title:
Veterans Hospital
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Dearborn unit of the United States Government Facility Hospital for veterans



Ford Motor Company, Central Office Building
Title:
Ford Motor Company, Central Office Building
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Administrative offices of Ford Motor Company, one of the nation's largest buildings housing offices of a single company, contains 12 floors of offices, and a two-story penthouse. The building rises 200 feet in height and contains 950,000 square feet of floor space. Nearly five acres of glass - more than 205,000 square feet - used for the exterior and interior Dexter Press


Ford Motor Company, Engineering Laboratory
Title:
Ford Motor Company, Engineering Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Here the company conducts its engineering and experimental activities. The upper right portion of the picture shows the Ford airport and building where the Ford all-metal airplanes are manufactured



General Offices, Ford Motor Company
Title:
General Offices, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The main office building of the Ford Motor Company is located at the Rouge Plant, Dearborn. It is a spacious building of white limestone. The first three floors are devoted entirely to offices of which there are more than 200. Cafeteria and dining rooms are located on the top floor


An Assembly Line of the Ford Motor Company
Title:
An Assembly Line of the Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The assembly line is always a point of interest to visitors of the Rouge Plant. Here, on a moving conveyor, Ford cars are completely assembled, from chassis to finished car, and driven off the line under their own power. In addition to the Rouge Plant, there are 31 assembly lines in company branches throughout the United States



Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
The Rouge Plant is one of the largest industrial centers in the world. It has an area of 1,906 acres, 14 miles of roadways, 92 miles of railway track and 1 1/3 miles of docks. It includes blast furnaces, open hearth furnaces and steel mill, glass plant, foundry, paper mill, cement plant, body plant, coke ovens, power plant and motor assembly plant where new V-8 and 4-cylinder engines are built


Engineering Laboratory and Airport, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Engineering Laboratory and Airport, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
In the foreground is shown the Ford Engineering Laboratory where all experimental work on Ford and Lincoln cars is carried on. In the rear may be seen the Ford Airport where Ford tri-motored air transports are manufactured



General Offices Ford Motor Company
Title:
General Offices Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The main office building of the Ford Motor Company is located at the Rouge Plant, Dearborn. It is a spacious building of white limestone. The first three floors are devoted entirely to offices of which where are more than 200. Cafeteria and dining rooms are located on the top floor


Fairlane Gold Key Inn
Title:
Fairlane Gold Key Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
21430 Michigan Avenue. Adjoining Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village



Ford Motor Company Engineering Laboratory
Title:
Ford Motor Company Engineering Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The Engineering Laboratory of the Ford Motor Company at Dearborn, near Detroit. Here the company conducts its engineering and experimental activities. The upper right portion of the picture shows the Ford airport and building where the Ford all-metal airplanes are manufactured


Birthplace of Dr. W.H. McGuffey, Restored in Greenfield Village
Title:
Birthplace of Dr. W.H. McGuffey, Restored in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Blacksmith Shop, Greenfield Village, Edison Institute
Title:
Blacksmith Shop, Greenfield Village, Edison Institute
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


The Ford Motor Company - River Rouge Plant
Title:
The Ford Motor Company - River Rouge Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Dearborn Towne House Motel
Title:
Dearborn Towne House Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
2101 South telegraph (US 24), at Michigan Avenue (US 12)


Paddlewheel Steemer, Greenfield Village
Title:
Paddlewheel Steemer, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
This ancient paddlewheen river steamer floats on a miniature Suwanee below the site of Stephen Foster's house in Greenfield Village. The engines are from the original which Thomas Edison used for fishing expeditions during his winger months at Fort Myers, Florida. The colorful little river boat is typical of those that once plied the Mississippi



Typical Maple Bedroom with Authentic Reproductions of Early American Pieces
Title:
Typical Maple Bedroom with Authentic Reproductions of Early American Pieces
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
The Dearborn Inn Opposite the Ford Airport. Open all year. Oakwood Boulevard, Dearborn, Michigan


Patrick Henry House - Colonial Village at Dearborn Inn
Title:
Patrick Henry House - Colonial Village at Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Adjacent to Greenfield Village



Stephen Foster Cottage, Greenfield Village
Title:
Stephen Foster Cottage, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Stephen Foster house stands on a bluff overlooking a miniature of the river Foster made famous, the "Suwanee." Some of the furniture now in the historic house was there when Foster lived in it


Ford Rotunda - Show Place of the Auto Industry
Title:
Ford Rotunda - Show Place of the Auto Industry
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Alaska, our new 49th state, is featured in the current summer show, "New Adventures on the American Road" at the Ford Rotunda, Dearborn, Michigan. It is the largest single display ever presented in the Rotunda. A waterfall, totem pole, animated figures, trees and wildflowers, and outdoor recreation equipment round out the scene



Smith's Creek Depot, Greenfield Village
Title:
Smith's Creek Depot, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Early Type Train - Smith Creek Station, Greenfield Village
Title:
Early Type Train - Smith Creek Station, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Clinton Inn, Greenfield Village, the Edison Institute
Title:
Clinton Inn, Greenfield Village, the Edison Institute
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
On Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village



Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station in Greenfield Village
Title:
Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station in Greenfield Village
Title:
Early Type Train at Smith Creek Station in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Mannheim Benz - 1905-1909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
Title:
Mannheim Benz - 1905-1909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
This classic attempt at distinctive styling was made by the Mannheim-Benz company of Mannheim, Germany. The famous name of Benz survived the fierce early competition of automotive manufacture and was later joined with "Daimler," another important name in motoring. Out of this combination came one of the finest automobiles in the world in 1926 - the Mercedes


Hotel Dearborn on Michigan Ave
Title:
Hotel Dearborn on Michigan Ave
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1938 Nov-3

Description:
Michigan Ave. at Schaefer Rd. Nearest to Ford Motor Co. offices, Rotunda and Greenfield Village; rooms with or without bath; first class coffee shop in connection; rates $1.50 per day up; special weekly rates



Chapel of Martha Mary - Greenfield Village
Title:
Chapel of Martha Mary - Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Old Clinton Inn, Period 1832, Greenfield Village
Title:
Old Clinton Inn, Period 1832, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



The Westerner Beef Buffet
Title:
The Westerner Beef Buffet
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1969 Nov-21

Description:
The Westerner Beef Buffet 24825 Michigan Ave. 1/4 mile W. of Telegraph Rd. Dearborn, Michigan Phone CR 8-4680 A REAL FAMILY STYLE RESTAURANT COME AS YOU ARE Open at 11;30 AM - 7 days a week Featuring Roast Beef and many other entrees Lenten dishes on Fridays


Fairlane Inn Motel
Title:
Fairlane Inn Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
21430 Michigan Avenue. Adjoining Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village



Hotel Dearborn on Michigan Ave
Title:
Hotel Dearborn on Michigan Ave
Dearborn Michigan (MI), White Border PM 1934 Mar-5

Description:
Homelike - comfortable; convenient to all points of int4erest; rooms with or without bath; first class coffee shop in connection; rates $1.50 per day up; special weekly rates


Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Co
Title:
Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Co
Dearborn Michigan (MI), White Border unused



The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
on Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village


Cotswold Cottage, Greenfield Village, Edison Institute
Title:
Cotswold Cottage, Greenfield Village, Edison Institute
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Tin Type Studio in Greenfield Village
Title:
Tin Type Studio in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Edgar Allan Poe House
Title:
Edgar Allan Poe House
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Aug-24

Description:
in the Colonial Village at Dearborn Inn. A "Treadway Inn" Adjacent to Greenfield Village



Edison's Laboratory, Greenfield Village
Title:
Edison's Laboratory, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
In 1876 Thomas A. Edison built a two story clapboard structure in Menlo Park, NJ and made it his laboratory. Here he spent the greater part of his time and perfected most of his greatest inventions including that of the first practical incandescent electric light, the phonograph, carbon teleophone transmitter, the fist low resistance dynamo and the first commercial electric motor on 110 volt circuit


Blast Furnaces And Giant Raw Materials Storage Bins
Title:
Blast Furnaces And Giant Raw Materials Storage Bins
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
At Ford Motor Company's Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Michigan. The storage bins hold iron ore, limestone and coal, ingredients necessary for the making of pig iron Colourpicture



The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Joseph Burke Adjacent to Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village


Cotswold Cottage, Greenfield Village
Title:
Cotswold Cottage, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Old Clinton Inn, Period 1832, in Greenfield Village
Title:
Old Clinton Inn, Period 1832, in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Schoo House, 1861 Type
Title:
Schoo House, 1861 Type
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Tin Type Studio
Title:
Tin Type Studio
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


58 Bagley Avenue, Birthplace of Ford Car, Greenfield Village
Title:
58 Bagley Avenue, Birthplace of Ford Car, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Ford Rotunda
Title:
Ford Rotunda
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1960

Description:
Located on Schaefer Road, the Rotunda, a reconstruction of the Ford exhibit at the Chicago's World's Fair, was completely redesigned and reopened in June 1953, during the Ford Motor Company's Fiftieth Anniversary observance. Host to millions of visitors, the Rotunda is open daily Colourpicture


The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen

Description:
On Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village and Edison Institute Museum



Rose Cottage, Cotswold Group, Greenfield Village
Title:
Rose Cottage, Cotswold Group, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1943 Aug-24


Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Title:
Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Greenfield Village. In this building, erected in 1876, Thomas A. Edison produced the first practical incandescent lamp, worked out his electric lighting system and developed the first phonograph, the microphone, and the telephone transmitter Curt Teich & Co



Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Title:
Rouge Plant, Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Situated on 1200 acres is host each year to more than 150,000 visitors. The Rouge is the largest concentration of closely-knit factories owned by a single American company and is the nation's most popular industrial tourist attraction Dexter Press


Ford Motor Company World Headquarters
Title:
Ford Motor Company World Headquarters
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The 12 story office building of the Ford Motor Company World Headquarters was finished in 1956 on a site at Michigan Avenue and Southfield Road in Dearborn. It is referred to as "The Glass House"



Smith's Creek Railway Station, Greenfield Village
Title:
Smith's Creek Railway Station, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1942 Feb-28


The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
A "Treadway Inn". On Oakwood Boulevard opposite Ford Airport. The Lobby, formal Early American, cheerful, homelike, comfortable



"Suwanee," Stern Paddle Steamer, Restored at Greenfield Village
Title:
"Suwanee," Stern Paddle Steamer, Restored at Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Blacksmith Shop, Greenfield Village, Edison Institute
Title:
Blacksmith Shop, Greenfield Village, Edison Institute
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Rose Cottage, Cotswold Group, Greenfield Village
Title:
Rose Cottage, Cotswold Group, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Upper Floor, Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Title:
Upper Floor, Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Re-erected in Greenfield Village



Village Motel
Title:
Village Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1966 Aug-9

Description:
Dearborn's Finest Motel U.S. 12 Downtown Darborn, modern large rooms, air conditioned with phones, complimentary Hi-Fi Music. Fire Proof - completely carpeted. Fine selection of Restaurants nearby, walking distance to Greenfield Village & Ford Motor Co. Moderate rates. American Express - Carte Blanche & Diners' Club accepted. Michigan at Oakwood Dearborn, Michigan Phone LOgan 5-8511


Liberal Arts Building, Henry Ford Community College
Title:
Liberal Arts Building, Henry Ford Community College
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
A Community College, offering a variety of fully accredited programs in the college transfer and occupationally oriented fields to more than 8,000 students, is located on a beautiful 75-acre campus and serves as a cultural center for the entire community Dexter Press Inc



Sally Jordan Boarding House of Menlo Park
Title:
Sally Jordan Boarding House of Menlo Park
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused


Detroit Motel
Title:
Detroit Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Located 1/2 mile West of U.S. 24 on U.S. 112, 25125 Michigan Ave.in the city. Tile baths, radiant heat, radios, near Ford's Greenfield village, museum and factory. Close to theatres, restaurants, Shopping centers. Phone: LO-gan 2-9757. Lodging for a Night, Open all Year. Recommended by Duncan Hines, AAA H.B. Putnam



The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1944 Sep-8

Description:
Old English Coffee Shop for the Early Riser and Late Arrival On Oakland Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village


The Greatest Single Industrial Development in the World
Title:
The Greatest Single Industrial Development in the World
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
In the foreground the Ford Rotunda, where visitors are welcomed, facing it the Administration Building, and in the background the River Rouge Plant itself C.T. Art-Colortone



Stephen Foster House, Restored in Greenfield Village
Title:
Stephen Foster House, Restored in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1951 Jul-15


Gog And Magog Sir John Bennett's Jewelry Shop, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gog And Magog Sir John Bennett's Jewelry Shop, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 8A-H1950



Upper Floor Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Title:
Upper Floor Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 8A602 Re-erected in Greenfield Village


The Rouge
Title:
The Rouge
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome

Description:
Ford Motor Company's world-famous Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Michigan, is one of the top tourist attractions in the United States. This manufacturing complex, covering 1200 acres, is the only plant on the continent where you and your family can see raw material transformed into engines, bodies, and parts for assembly of quality-built Ford cars. For further information write Public Relations, Special Events Department, The American Road, Dearborn, Michigan



The Ford Rotunda
Title:
The Ford Rotunda
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1952 Jul-25

Description:
Located on Schaefer Road in Dearborn near the Rouge Plant, Cylindrical in design, the rotunda is a reconstruction of the Ford exhibit at the Chicago World's Fair, and houses exhibits of products made by the Ford Motor Company


River Boat on Suwanee
Title:
River Boat on Suwanee
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
As restored at Greenfield Village



Suwanne Stern Paddle Steamer, restored at Greenfield Billage
Title:
Suwanne Stern Paddle Steamer, restored at Greenfield Billage
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Luther Burbank's Office
Title:
Luther Burbank's Office
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1935 Sep-30

Description:
Re-Erected in Greenfield Village



Jordan Boarding House in Greenfield Village
Title:
Jordan Boarding House in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM Aug


Gog and Magog, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gog and Magog, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The jewelry shop of Sir John Bennett, one of three in the Village, which was once famous on Goldsmith's Row in London, lends an Old World Note to the predominently American Village. The grotesque figures of Gog and Magog, legendary giants of London, toll the hour with their hammers



Mannheim Benz--1905-0909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
Title:
Mannheim Benz--1905-0909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
This classic attempt at destinctive styling was made by the Mannheim-Benz Company of Mannheim, Germany. The famous name of Benz survived the fierce early competition of automative manufacture and was later joined with "Daimler," another important name in motoring. Out of this combination came one of the finest automobiles in the world in 1926--the Mercedes


Stephen Foster Cottage Greenfield Village
Title:
Stephen Foster Cottage Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The Stephen Foster house stands on a bluff overlooking a miniature of the river Foster made famous, the "Suwanee." Some of the furniture now in the historic house was there when Foster lived in it



Aerial View of Greenfield Village
Title:
Aerial View of Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1944 Jul-13

Description:
Greenfield Village is world famous for its collection of authentic relics of early American history. Its original buildings include the court house where Lincoln practiced law and the laboratories where Thomas Edison perfected many inventions


Hotel Dearborn
Title:
Hotel Dearborn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel Dearborn Michigan Ave. at Schaefer Rd. Nearest to Ford Motor Co. offices, Rotunda and Greenfield Village Rooms with or without bath. Excellent coffee. Shop in connection. Rates from $2.50 Free parking lot



Oakwood Hospital
Title:
Oakwood Hospital
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1987 Apr-13

Description:
Oakwood Hospital, a 615-bed teaching hospital has over 500 physicians on the medical staff. As the largest health care facility in western Wayne County and the sixth largest hospital in Michigan. Oakwood has been providing quality health care to its community since 1953


Oakwood Hospital
Title:
Oakwood Hospital
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Oakwood Hospital, a 615-bed teaching hospital has over 500 physicians on the medical staff. As the largest health care facility in western Wayne County and the sixth largest hospital in Michigan. Oakwood has been providing quality health care to its community since 1953



Holiday Inn, 22900 Michigan Ave.
Title:
Holiday Inn, 22900 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 9DK-579 Situated on the bank of the Rouge River in close proximity to Ford Motor Company, Greenfield Village and Museum. Facilities consist of 333 rooms, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, children's playground, sauna, whirlpool, grille room, dining room, cocktail lounge and meeting rooms for 400 persons.


Cotswold Cottage
Title:
Cotswold Cottage
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 2DK-1551 Nestled among stately elms on its extensive grounds, Dearborn INN bids a friendly welcome to those who come to Dearborn, whether on business or pleasure. This famous INN, built by Henry Ford, was the world's first airport hotel. The present Ford Test Track, across the street, was originally the Ford Airport. Next door neighbor of Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village the INN's facilities provide 185 guest rooms, two restaurants, cocktail lounge, heated big swimming pool, championship putting green and every modern comfort including TV and air conditioning.


Docks At The Rouge Plant
Title:
Docks At The Rouge Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Docks At The Rouge Plant are 1-1/3 miles long and are on the Rouge River. Here Ford ships and other Great Lakes freighters bring in great cargoes of iron ore, coal, linestone and lumber used in the manufacture of Ford cars and trucks. The storage bins have a capacity of 2,000,000 tons Ontario



Air View Green Village
Title:
Air View Green Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Apr-20

Description:
Series 7A-H1755 The historic village centers in the "green" as did early American Communities. About this spot stand the public buildings—the Inn, the Chapel, the School, the Court House, the Town Hall and the General Store.


Edison Institute Museum
Title:
Edison Institute Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Aug-15

Description:
Series 21919 N The museum building is fronted by a group of units containing classrooms, workshops, libraries, executive offices and an auditorium. The buildings are architectural reproductions of Independence Hall, Congress Hall and the old City Hall of Philadelphia. Joined to these units by arcades and corridors is the main exhibition hall which covers approximately 8 acres, entirely under one roof. The exhibits in this hall are in three main divisions representating the three major industrial arts: agriculture, manufacturing and transportation.



Ford Rotunda Administration Building And The River Rouge Plant
Title:
Ford Rotunda Administration Building And The River Rouge Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 7A-H1754 In the foreground the Ford Rotunda, where visitors are welcomed, facing it the Administration Building, and in the background the Rouge Plant itself—the greatest single industrial development in the world.


Smith's Creek Depot, Greenfield Village
Title:
Smith's Creek Depot, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 9A101



The Edison Institute And Museum
Title:
The Edison Institute And Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 39 The Edison Institute and Museum at Dearbron, Michigan, contain priceless exhibits illustrating the March of Science and Industry during the past century. A short distance away, the Dearborn Engineering laboratories offer a striking contrast to the progress of yesteryear.


Ford Rotunda
Title:
Ford Rotunda
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 223 Ford Rotunda, Administration building and the River rouge Plant, Dearborn, Mich. In the foreground the Ford Rotunda, where visitors are welcomed, facing it the Administration Building, and in the background the Rouge Plant itself - the greatest single industrial development in the world.



Dearborn Youth Center
Title:
Dearborn Youth Center
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1974 Aug-18

Description:
Offering a wide variety of facilities and activities for Adults as well as youngsters, the Dearborn Youth Center is the hub of the city's recreation program. It was built by the City under a bond issue approved by the voters on land donated by the ford Motor Company.


Lincoln Court House
Title:
Lincoln Court House
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1932 Jan-22



Old Clinton Inn
Title:
Old Clinton Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Period 1832. in Greenfield Village


Ford Motor Company The Engineering Laboratory
Title:
Ford Motor Company The Engineering Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The Engineering Laboratory of the Ford Motor company at Dearborn, near Detroit. Here the company conducts its engineering and experimental activities. The upper right portion of the picture shows the ford airport and building where the ford all metal airplanes are manufactured.



Greenfield Village Stagecoach, Greenfield Village
Title:
Greenfield Village Stagecoach, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1950 Jul-03

Description:
Greenfield Village Stage-Coach, Dearborn, Mich. As there are no automobiles allowed in this historical village, a waiting carriage greets the visitor to carry him to the many points of interest.


The Edison Institute And Museum
Title:
The Edison Institute And Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940 Sep-04

Description:
The Edison Institute and Museum at Dearborn, Michigan, contain priceless exhibits illustrating the March of Science and Industry during the past century, A short distance away, the Dearborn Engineering Laboratories offer a striking contrast to the progress of yesteryear.



Chapel Of Martha - Mary, Greenfield Village
Title:
Chapel Of Martha - Mary, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1926 Jun-27


Put Me Amongst The Girls!, Greenfield Village
Title:
Put Me Amongst The Girls!, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The jewelry shop of Sir John Bennett, one of three in the Village, which was once famous on Goldsmith's Row in London, lends an Old World Note to the predominently American Village. The grotesque figures of Gog and Magog, legendary giants of London, toll the hour with their hammers.



Martha-Mary Chapel, Greenfield Village
Title:
Martha-Mary Chapel, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The picturesque Martha-Mary Chapel, at the head of the Village green, was dedicated to the mothers of Henry and Mrs. Ford. Although it is not an exact reproduction of a particular New England Chapel, it combines the design characteristics of many. The chapel bell was cast by the son of Paul Revere.


Fairlane Inn Motel, 21430 Michigan Ave
Title:
Fairlane Inn Motel, 21430 Michigan Ave
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Logan 5-0800 adjoining Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village



Hotel Fordson
Title:
Hotel Fordson
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Hotel Fordson. This popular priced Hotel on the edge of Detroit. Nearest to the ford Motor Co. Plant, Offices and rotunda Building. Ten minutes ride to the famous Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. Air conditioned Dining Room and Cocktail Bar.


Dearborn Towne House Motel, 2101 So. Telegraph
Title:
Dearborn Towne House Motel, 2101 So. Telegraph
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
101 Luxury Air-Conditioned Rooms - Closest to Both Airports - Cocktail Lounge - Dining Room - Heated Pool - 1½ Miles to World Famous Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum



Holiday Inn, 22900 Michigan Ave.
Title:
Holiday Inn, 22900 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Situated on the bank of the Rouge River in close proximity to Ford Motor Company, Greenfield Village and Museum. Facilities consist of 333 rooms, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, children's playground. Sauna, whirlpool, grille room, dining room, cocktail lounge and meeting rooms for 400 persons.


Kings Arms Motel, 26040 Michigan Avenue
Title:
Kings Arms Motel, 26040 Michigan Avenue
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
1Mile W. of Telegraph Rd., Phone Cr 4-4400, Area Code 313 New Luxurious Units, Tub & Shower, Television, Air-Conditioned, Central Heating, 6 Miles to Detroit, Two Miles to Greenfield Village, Five Minutes to the Metropolitan Airport.



Martha-Mary Chapel, Greenfield Village
Title:
Martha-Mary Chapel, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1954 Aug-21

Description:
The picturesque Martha-Mary Chapel. At the head of the Village green, was dedicated to the mothers of Henry and Mrs. Ford Although it is not an exact reproduction of a particular New England Chapel, it combines the design characteristics of many. The shapel bell was cast by the son of Paul Revere.


Smith Creek Depot, Greenfield Village
Title:
Smith Creek Depot, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Originally located just south of Port Huron, Mich. It was at this station that Thomas A. Edison, a boy of 15 yrs., was ejected from the Grand Trunk Train, on which he worked as a news agent for accidentally starting a fire in the baggage car while experimenting with chemicals.



Antique Automobiles, Henry Ford Museum
Title:
Antique Automobiles, Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The museum's display of 175 antique automobiles comprises one of the world's significant automobiles of both foreign and domestic manufacture are represented. The evolution of the automobile is traced from the early horseless carriage to the present day. all three major phases of development Steam, electric and gasoline - are included.


The Decorative Arts Galleries, Henry Ford Museum
Title:
The Decorative Arts Galleries, Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Furniture and decorations from four centuries of American homes grace the front Galleries of the Museum. Arranged chronologically, the thousands of pieces displayed provide a comprehensive survey of the decorative arts from the time of the Pilgrims to the 20th century.



Liberal Arts Building, Henry Ford Community College
Title:
Liberal Arts Building, Henry Ford Community College
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
A community College, offering a variety of fully accredited programs in the college transfer and occupationally oriented fields to more than 8,000 students, is located on a beautiful 75-acre campus and serves as a cultural center for the entire community.


Holiday Inn, 22900 Michigan Ave.
Title:
Holiday Inn, 22900 Michigan Ave.
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Situated on the bank of the Rouge River in close proximity to Ford Motor Company, Greenfield Village and Museum. Facilities consist of 333 rooms, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, children's playground. Sauna, whirlpool, grille room, dining room, cocktail lounge and meeting rooms for 400 persons.



Kings Arms Motel, 26040 Michigan Avenue
Title:
Kings Arms Motel, 26040 Michigan Avenue
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
1 Mile W. of Telegraph Rd. New Luxurious Units Tub& Shower, Television, Air-Conditioned, Central Heating 6 miles to Detroit, Two Miles to Greenfield Village, Five Minutes to the Metropolitan Airport.


Sarah Jordan Boarding House, Greenfield Village
Title:
Sarah Jordan Boarding House, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Thomas Edison's bachelor assistants lived here while working on such inventions as the phonograph, telephone transmitter, and incandescent lamp. To celebrate New year's Eve 1879, they wired the house, their laboratory and the street between, making this the world's first electrically lighted home. It was moved to Greenfield Village from Menlo Park, N. J.



White House Inn, 26121 Michigan Ave
Title:
White House Inn, 26121 Michigan Ave
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Just one mile west of Telegraph Rd. (U. S. 24) on Michigan Ave. Five minutes to Greenfield Village Air - cond. TV Free Movies - Soundproof rooms - Full Baths Double Beds Waterbeds Kitchenettes


White House Inn
Title:
White House Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Just one mile west of Telegraph Rd. (U.S. 24) on Michigan Ave. Five minutes to Greenfield Village Air Cond. TV Free Movies - soundproof Rooms - Full Baths - Double Beds Waterbeds - Kitchenettes. 26121 Michigan Ave. - Dearborn Area



The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Nestled among stately elms on its extensive grounds, Dearborn Inn bids a friendly welcome to those who come to Dearborn, whether on business or pleasure. This famous Inn was built by Henry Ford to accommodate passengers arriving at the former Ford airport, across the street. Next door neighbour of Greenfield Village and Henry Ford Museum the Inn's facilities provide 180 guest rooms, two restaurants, cocktail lounge, heated big swimming pool, and two tennis courts.


The Dearborn Inn, Greenfield Village
Title:
The Dearborn Inn, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
Tennis Courts The Dearborn Inn on Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village Dearborn, Michigan.



Patrick Henry House, Greenfield Village
Title:
Patrick Henry House, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
"Patrick Henry House" in the Colonial Village at Dearborn Inn Dearborn, Michigan Adjacent to Greenfield Village.


Walt Whiteman House, Greenfield Village
Title:
Walt Whiteman House, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
"Walt Whiteman House" in the Colonial Village at Dearborn Inn Dearborn, Michigan A "Treadway Inn" Adjacent to Greenfield Village.



The Dearborn Inn, Greenfield Village
Title:
The Dearborn Inn, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Divided Back unused

Description:
On Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village


Martha - Mary Chapel, Greenfield Village
Title:
Martha - Mary Chapel, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The picturesque Martha-Mary Chapel, at the head of the Village green, was dedicated to the mothers of Henry and Mrs. Ford. Al though it is not an exact reproduction of a particular New England Chapel, it combines the design characteristics of many. The chapel bell was cast by the son of Paul Revere.



Looking Across The Village Green, Greenfield Village
Title:
Looking Across The Village Green, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


General Offices Ford Motor Company
Title:
General Offices Ford Motor Company
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1932 Jun-28

Description:
The main office building of the Ford Motor Company is located at the Rouge Plant, Dearborn. It is spacious building of white limestone! The first three floors are devoted entirely to offices of which there are more than 200. Cafeteria and dining rooms are located on the top floor.



Stephen Foster Cottage,Restored In Greenfield Village
Title:
Stephen Foster Cottage,Restored In Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Gate Lodge Entrance, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gate Lodge Entrance, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Here visitors begin their tour of Greenfield Village with its craft shops and homes of such famous American's as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Luther Burbank, the Wright Brothers, Noah Webster and many others.



Museum Tower The Henry Ford Museum
Title:
Museum Tower The Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The tower is an exact replica of famous Independence Hall, Philadelphia, birthplace of American Freedom, and contains even the mistakes made in the original building. It was dedicated in 1929 to Thomas Edison and the spirit of modern science, industry, agriculture and transportation.


Gog And Magog, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gog And Magog, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Sir John Bennett's Jewelry Shop



Air View Greenfield Village
Title:
Air View Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Cotswold Cottage, Greenfiled Village
Title:
Cotswold Cottage, Greenfiled Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



The Henry Ford Museum
Title:
The Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Fit for a king but shrouded in mystery is this 1914 Daimler, purportedly a gift from Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany to the King of Bulgaria. In 1936, the exiled Kaiser disclaimed any knowledge of the car. The Daimler Benz Company reported that the serial numbers corresponded to these on a car sold to a Copenhagen businessman, but the description proved it to be another automobile. The handmade limousine is a classic example of the craftsmanship of German coach builders. The interior is upholstered in brocade and finished in inlaid rosewood and mahogany and the inside window and door fixtures are of delicately carved ivory and gold-plate. To date, the car's origin is still unknown. Here it is parked before the Sir John Bennett Jewelry Store.


Ford Rotunda Administration Building And The River Rough Plant
Title:
Ford Rotunda Administration Building And The River Rough Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
In the foreground the Ford Rotunda, where visitors are welcomed, facing it the Administration Building, and in the background the Rouge Plant itself - The greatest single industrial development in the world.



Air View Greenfield Village
Title:
Air View Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The historic village centers in the "green" as did early American Communities. About this sporty stand the public buildings the Inn, the Chapel, the School, the Court House, the Town Hall and the General Store.


Ford Rotunda Administration Building And The River Rough Plant
Title:
Ford Rotunda Administration Building And The River Rough Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
In the foreground the Ford Rotunda, where visitors are welcomed, facing it the Administration Building, and in the background the Rouge Plant itself - The greatest single industrial development in the world.



Greenfield Village Stagecoach, Greenfield Village
Title:
Greenfield Village Stagecoach, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
As there are no automobiles allowed in t his historical village, a waiting carriage greets the visitor to carry him to the many points of interest.


Falcon Inn Motel
Title:
Falcon Inn Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
"First and last motel in Dearborn" Restaurant on premise. Near to Greenfield village.



Blast Furnances And Giant Raw Materials Storage Bins
Title:
Blast Furnances And Giant Raw Materials Storage Bins
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
At Ford Motor Company's Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Michigan. The storage bins hold iron ore, limestone and coal, ingredients necessary for the making of pig iron.


Edison's Laboratory
Title:
Edison's Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Upper floor, Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory, re-erected in Greenfield Village.



Ford Model T
Title:
Ford Model T
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Ford Model T - 1909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village. The Ford Motor Company proudly proclaimed in 1907 that the $950.00 cost of this Model "T" touring car included "magneto, top, windshield, gas lamps, speedometer, three oil lamps, horn and kit of tools." Weighing 1,200 pounds the "T" had a four cylinder 20 horsepower engine and became one of the most famous cars ever built. More than 15 million were built between 1908 and 1927.


Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Title:
Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Mannheim Benz
Title:
Mannheim Benz
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Mannheim Benz - 1905-1909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, This classic attempt at distinctive styling was made by the Mannheim-Benz Company of Mannheim, Germany. The famous name of Benz survived the fierce early competition of automative manufacture and was later joined with "Daimler," another important name in motoring. Out of this combination came one of the finest automobiles in the world in 1926 - the Mercedes.


Daimler
Title:
Daimler
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Daimler - 1894, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, This unwieldly horseless carriage was built in Germany in 1894 under the later famous name of Daimler. It's three and one-half horsepower, two cylinder engine made it no faster than a horse and much less dependable. The heavy, four-passenger Victoria is but one of more than 165 automobiles and trucks in the Henry Ford Museum.



Ford Rotunda At Night
Title:
Ford Rotunda At Night
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1947

Description:
The Ford Rotunda consists of an imposing gear-shaped central section from which rectangular wings extend to the north and south. The circular section is 215 feet in diameter. In its center is a court 92 feet in diameter which is open to the sky. The rotunda is built of Indiana limestone and steel. Its construction required 114,000 feet of cut limestone and 1,000 tons of structural steel.


Greenfield Village
Title:
Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1943

Description:
Greenfield Village the Nation's living history book. In the eight years it has been opened to the public, Greenfield Village has become one of the most widely known tourist attractions in the U. S. In 1940, more than half a million people visited this inspiring 200-acre collection gathered by Henry ford at Dearborn, Michigan.



Greenfield Village Stagecoach, Greenfield Village
Title:
Greenfield Village Stagecoach, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
As there are no automobiles allowed in this historical village, a waiting carriage greets the visitor to carry him to the many points of interest.


Gog And Magog, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gog And Magog, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Sir John Bennett's Jewelry Shop



Stephen Foster House, Greenfield Village
Title:
Stephen Foster House, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Old Clinton Inn, Greenfield Village
Title:
Old Clinton Inn, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1937

Description:
Period 1832



Logan County Court House
Title:
Logan County Court House
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Re-erected in Greenfield Village


Blacksmith Shop, The Edison Institute
Title:
Blacksmith Shop, The Edison Institute
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Greenfield Village, the Edison Institute



Gate Lodge Entrance, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gate Lodge Entrance, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Clinton Inn, The Edison Institute
Title:
Clinton Inn, The Edison Institute
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Greenfield Village, the Edison Institute



Entrance Edison Institute Museum
Title:
Entrance Edison Institute Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused


Suwanee Stern Paddle Steamer, Restored at Greenfield Village
Title:
Suwanee Stern Paddle Steamer, Restored at Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



General Store, Greenfield Village
Title:
General Store, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
The Waterford General Store was the principal shopping place in a small Michigan town, a short distance from Detroit, after it was built nearly a century ago. Besides being a general store, it served variously as a church, residence, roller skating rink and meeting house.


Cape Cod Windmill, Greenfield Village
Title:
Cape Cod Windmill, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI) PM 1948



Bagley Avenue, Greenfield Village
Title:
Bagley Avenue, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Birthplace of Ford Car. In this brick shed at the rear of 58 bagley Avenue, Mr. Ford carried on some of his early automobile experiments while employed as an engineer at the Edison Illuminating Company. Three lathes, drill presses and hand tools are those used in building his first car. The right hand door had to be torn out and made larger because Mr. Ford forgot to measure the door when he built the car inside.


Daimler, Greenfield Village
Title:
Daimler, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Fit for a king but shrouded in mystery is this 1914 Daimler, purportedly a gift from Kaiser Wilhelm of germany to the King of Bulgaria. In 1936, the exiled Kaiser disclaimed any knowledge of the car. The Daimler Benz Company reported that the serial numbers corresponded to those on a car sold to a Copenhagen businessman, but the description proved it to be another automobile. The handmade limousine is a classic example of the craftsmanship of German coach builders. The interior is upholstered in brocade and finished in inlaid rosewood and mahogany and the inside window and door fixtures are of delicately carved ivory and gold-palte. To date. the car's origin is still unknown. Here it is parked before the Sir John Bennett Jewelry Store.



Gog And Magog, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gog And Magog, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Sir John Bennett's Jewelry Shop,


Gate Lodge Entrance, Greenfield Village
Title:
Gate Lodge Entrance, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Here visitors begin their tour of Greenfield Village with its craft shops and homes of such famous Americans as Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, Luther Burbank, the Wright Brothers, Noah Webster and many others.



The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI) PM 1937

Description:
A "Treadway Inn" on Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village Dearborn, Michigan


The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI) unused

Description:
On Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village and Edison Institute Museum Dearborn, Michigan



Patrick Henry House
Title:
Patrick Henry House
Dearborn Michigan (MI) unused

Description:
In the Colonial Village at Dearborn Inn Dearborn, Michigan Adjacent to Greenfield Village


Looking Across The Village Green, Greenfield Village
Title:
Looking Across The Village Green, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Antique Automobiles, Henry Ford Museum
Title:
Antique Automobiles, Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1968

Description:
The Museum's display of 175 antique auto mobiles, comprises one of the world's largest collections of historic motor vehicles. Significant automobiles of both foreign and domestic manufacture are represented. The evolution of the automobile is traced from the early horseless carriage to a prototype of the "tomorrow's car". All three major phases of development steam, electric and gasoline - are included.


Chapel of Martha-Mary, Greenfield Village
Title:
Chapel of Martha-Mary, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1940

Description:
A typical colonial church overlooking the village green serves as a morning assembly place for the children of the Greenfield Village schools and the Edison Institute High School. The bell in the tower was cast by the son of Paul Revere



Ford Rotunda
Title:
Ford Rotunda
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Scotch Settlement School, Greenfield Village
Title:
Scotch Settlement School, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused



Stephen Foster Cottage
Title:
Stephen Foster Cottage
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused

Description:
Restored in Greenfield Village.


River Boat "Suwanee"
Title:
River Boat "Suwanee"
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo PM 1936 Aug-17

Description:
As restored at Greenfield Village



Upper Floor Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory Re-erected in Greenfield Village
Title:
Upper Floor Edison's Menlo Park Laboratory Re-erected in Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Real Photo unused


Ford Industries
Title:
Ford Industries
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM Sep-2



Michigan Ave. at Schaefer
Title:
Michigan Ave. at Schaefer
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused


Michigan Ave. at Schaefer
Title:
Michigan Ave. at Schaefer
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused



Dearborn Assembly Plant
Title:
Dearborn Assembly Plant
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Located at Ford Motor Company's world-famous Rouge Plant in Dearborn, where models of the Ford Mustang and Mercury Cougar are assembled. The Dearborn Assembly Plant is one of 20 operated by Ford Motor Company in North America


Night Owl Lunch Wagon - Greenfield Village
Title:
Night Owl Lunch Wagon - Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Fairland Inn Motel
Title:
Fairland Inn Motel
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
21430 Michigan Avenue. LOgan 5-0800. Adjoining Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village


Loranger Grist Mill, Greenfield Village
Title:
Loranger Grist Mill, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
this old mill was built by a Michigan pioneer in Monroe in 1832. The miller can still be seen by visitors to Greenfield Village as he uses the old stone grinding method. A superior quality of cornmeal, cracked wheat, buckwheat and whole wheat flour is ground in this mill



The Westerner Beef Buffet
Title:
The Westerner Beef Buffet
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
24825 Michigan Ave. 1/4 mile W. of Telegraph Rd. "Just Fine Food" A Real Family Style Restaurant. Come As You Are. Open at 11:30 AM - 7 days a week. Featuring Roast Beef and many other entrees. Lenten dishes on Fridays. When in Birmingham, visit our newest location at 4108 W. Maple Rd. 1 block west of Telegraph Rd


Menlo Park, Greenfield Village
Title:
Menlo Park, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Here the great inventor developed his most significant contributions to science and modern convenience - the electric light, the phonograph, the microphone and the telephone transmitter among them. The laboratory has been restored just as Edison knew it when he worked there three-quarters of a century ago. Part of the extensive collection of Edison material in Greenfield Village and the Museum, the Menlo Park Laboratory is one of the focal points of the exhibit



Suwanee, Greenfield Village
Title:
Suwanee, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
This ancient paddlewheel river steamer floats on a miniature Suwanee below the site of Stephen Foster's house in Greenfield Village. The engines are from the original which Thomas Edison used for fishing expeditions during his winter months at Fort Myers, Florida. The colorful little river boat is typical of those that once plied the Mississippi


The first Ford, Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan
Title:
The first Ford, Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Michigan
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM Aug-22

Description:
In 1896, Henry Ford built his first car in a small shed at the rear of his home at 58 Bagley Avenue in Detroit. It was a four cycle motor with two cylinders which generated from three to four horsepower. Today, visitors may see the birthplace of the first Ford as it has been resotred in Greenfield Village, as well as his first car which is displayed in the Henry Ford Museum



Wright Brothers Cycle Shop And Homestead, Greenfield Village
Title:
Wright Brothers Cycle Shop And Homestead, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 8A655-N


Edison Institute Museum, Greenfield Village
Title:
Edison Institute Museum, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Series 47576 Edison Institute Museum, Greenfield Village, Dearborn, Mich., contains hundreds of priceless relics in Colonial artistry. This institute of paramount interest to the mechanically inclined was established in memory of the great American inventor.



Dearborn Youth Center, 15801 Michigan
Title:
Dearborn Youth Center, 15801 Michigan
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome unused

Description:
Originally proposed during World War II by students from Dearborn High School who repeatedly stormed City Hall complaining that "Once you've seen a movie, you've seen Dearborn," the smartly designed Youth Center was opened on Nov. 5, 1959 after 15 years of planning and trying to obtain required 60% voter approval. Attractive, spacious (40,000 square feet) and completely air-conditioned, the appealing facility serves as the Hub of the World's finest recreation program. Its 96 x 150 foot Dome Room is a wonderful place for small conferences, shows and exhibits, big banquets, public meetings. Roller Skating and Dances. The building also has a modern snack bar; 16 ,meeting rooms, some with kitchens; five enclosed rooms equipped with color TV sets; a large games area, and free parking for 2,000 cars.


Ford Rotunda
Title:
Ford Rotunda
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Ford Rotunda, Administration building and the river Rouge Plant, Dearborn, Mich.



Tower And Entrance Henry Ford Museum
Title:
Tower And Entrance Henry Ford Museum
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Chrome PM 1968 Jul-24

Description:
The tower and entrance of the Henry Ford Museum is an exact replica of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. Dedicated in 1929 by Henry Ford, this Museum attracts hundreds at thousands of visitors each year who come to see nearly fourteen acres of exhibits depicting the growth of the decorative and mechanical_arts in America.


General Store, Greenfield Village
Title:
General Store, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen PM 1952

Description:
The Waterford General Store was the principal asopping Place in a small Michigan Town,a short distance from Detroit ,after it was built nearly a century ago.Beside being a general store ,it served variously as a church ,residence,roller skating rink and meeting house.1952 .



Stephen Foster Cottage, Greenfield Village
Title:
Stephen Foster Cottage, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
The Stephen Foster house stands on a bluff overlooking a miniature of the river Foster made famous, the "Suwanee." Some of the furniture now in the historic house was there when Foster lived in it.


Interior Of Ford Rotunda
Title:
Interior Of Ford Rotunda
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused



Ford Model T
Title:
Ford Model T
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Ford Model T - 1908-1909, the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village, The Ford Motor Company proudly proclaimed in 1907 that the $950.00 cost of this Model "T" touring car included "magneto, top, windshield, gas lamps, speedometer, three oil lamps, horn and kit of tools." Weighing 1,200 pounds the "T" had a four cylinder 20 horsepower engine and became one of the most famous cars ever built. ore than 15 million were built between 1908 and 1927.


The Dearborn Inn
Title:
The Dearborn Inn
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Main Dining Room -Roomy-Light and Cheerful The Dearborn Inn On Oakwood Boulevard adjacent to Greenfield Village and Edison Institute Museum Dearborn, Michigan



Smith's Creek Railway Station, Greenfield Village
Title:
Smith's Creek Railway Station, Greenfield Village
Dearborn Michigan (MI), Linen unused

Description:
Smith's Creek Railway Station, located in Henry Ford's American Village Dearborn, Mich., is one of the many points of interest to be found in this spot. This village is the expression of the American sentiment for the treasures of its traditions




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