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Work, technology, and community [videorecording] : hidden histories of automotive production / written by Bruce Pietrykowski and Wendy Michael
[Dearborn, Mich. : University of Michigan--Dearborn, Campus Media Services], c2003
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 Videos/2nd Flr  HD9710.U52 W67 2003    AVAILABLE
Subject Ford Motor Company -- History
Subject(s) Automobile industry and trade -- Location -- Michigan
Industrial location -- Social aspects -- Michigan
Subject Ford, Henry, 1863-1947
Physical Description 1 videodisc (ca. 10 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in
Summary Henry Ford experimented with the idea of "village industries" in the early 20th century. Small plants were established in rural areas where the intention was that employees would work at the plant while continuing their farming activities in the area. Employees of the Ford Motor Company describe some of their experiences working in these plants and the relationship between the community and the company
Note - System Details DVD
Note "A Video Oral History Project of the Center of the Automotive Heritage at the University of Michigan-Dearborn" --video credits
Credits Executive producer, Bruce Pietrykowski ; producer, Wendy Michael ; director/editor, David Daniele
Performer/Participant Narrator : David Daniele ; interviewees, Doris Avis, Evelyn Carey, George Ehgotz, Eldora Melton, Ruth Orwin, George Trites
Series MotorCities memories oral history project
Alternate Author Pietrykowski, Bruce
Michael, Wendy
University of Michigan--Dearborn. Campus Media Services
University of Michigan--Dearborn. Center for the Study of Automotive Heritage

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