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Edsel Ford

1893 - 1943

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... Edsel Ford. b. November 6, 1893. d. May 26, 1943. Ford Company President.. Woodlawn
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Edsel Ford - 1929 - Archive Photograph Gallery. Education, ...
... The picture below shows the ceremony on May 17th, 1929, when Edsel Bryant Ford
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Edsel Bryant Ford (1893-1943)
... Posted January, 2000. Edsel Bryant Ford (1893-1943). Edsel is the forgotten Ford,
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... age. Born November 6, 1893, the first days of his ... War II took much of Edsel Ford's
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... included the Ford foundation. His son, Edsel Bryant Ford, 1893-1943, was president
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Ford Motor Company -
... Rouge Plant in Dearborn, Mich., he bought them out, and his son Edsel Ford (1893-1943)
became president (1919). On Edsel's death in 1943, Henry Ford returned ...

Geschichte von Ford
... EDSEL BRYANT FORD 1893-1943. "Es war ein echtes Vergnügen, mit einer Person
von solch gutem Geschmack und solcher Urteilsfähigkeit wie Edsel Ford ...

Ford, Henry
... refusal to stand against Coolidge. In 1936 he founded, with his son Edsel Ford (1893
1943), the philanthropic Ford Foundation; he retired in 1945 from the Ford ...

09/28/98 TABLE: The Ford Legacy
... EDSEL BRYANT FORD (1893-1943) WIFE, ELEANOR CLAY. Henry Ford's only child, Edsel
was president from 1919 to 1943. A frail, creative manager, he was bullied and ...

Edsel Ford pioneers
... Edsel Ford 1893-1943. Henry's son, this Ford was noted
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xrefer - Ford, Henry (1863 - 1947)
... of agriculture. His son, Edsel Ford (1893-1943), took over the company in 1919 and
his grandson, Henry Ford II (1917-87), succeeded him in 1945. The company ...

Ford. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language ...
... available automobile. His son Edsel Bryant Ford (1893 1943) ran the company from
1919 to 1943, as did his grandson Henry Ford II (1917 1987) from 1945 to 1980. ...

Henry Ford
... The Next Generations. His son, Edsel Bryant Ford, 1893–1943, b. Detroit, shared
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Henry Ford
... education. Henry Ford had one son, Edsel Bryant Ford,
who was born in 1893 and died in 1943. Henry ...

Henry Ford
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