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Milford interviewees [videorecording] : George Ehgotz, Gerald Mantela, Howard Rabideau, and George Trites
Alternate Title George Ehgotz, Gerald Mantela, Howard Rabideau, and George Trites
[Dearborn, Mich. : University of Michigan--Dearborn, Campus Media Services, c2002]
Location Call Number Status
 Videos/2nd Flr  HD9710.U52 M535 2002  v.1    AVAILABLE
 Videos/2nd Flr  HD9710.U52 M535 2002  v.2    AVAILABLE
Subject Ehgotz, George -- Interviews
Mantela, Gerald -- Interviews
Rabideau, Howard -- Interviews
Trites, George -- Interviews
Subject(s) Automobile industry workers -- Michigan
Subject Milford (Mich.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century
Ford Motor Company -- Interviews
Physical Description 2 videodiscs (ca. 80 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Note - System Details DVD
Contents [v. 1.] close angle -- [v. 2.] wide angle
Note Title from disc label
Recorded on March 15, 2002
Performer/Participant Interviewer: Kae Halonen
Summary Four men who worked at the Ford Motor Company plant in Milford, Michigan were interviewed by Kae Halonen as part of the Center for the Study of Automotive Heritage's MotorCities Memories Oral History Project. George Ehgotz, Gerald Mantela, Howard Rabideau, and George Trites all worked at the Milford plant during the 1950s. The plant made carburetors until it was closed down in 1956. Most workers were sent to the Rawsonville plant in Ypsilanti. They describe their experiences: work relationships between management and workers, relationships between the men and women working at the plant, the union, the tasks they performed "on the line" and what working at "Ford's" meant to them personally
Series MotorCities memories oral history project
Alternate Author Ehgotz, George
Mantela, Gerald
Rabideau, Howard
Trites, George
Halonen, Kae
University of Michigan--Dearborn. Campus Media Services
University of Michigan--Dearborn. Center for the Study of Automotive Heritage

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