Ford Motor Company
Allow me to share some memories that I have as a small child.
The special place I'm speaking about is the Ford Rotunda, where my parents would
take me to see Santa during the Christmas Season. The Ford Rotunda was
originally built as an exhibit building for the 1933 Chicago World's Fair.
After the close of the Fair, the building was taken apart and shipped to
Dearborn, and reassembled on Rotunda Drive, across from the Central Office
Building (the "World Headquarters" for that time period). During
the year, the Company would have various automotive exhibits for the public and
local school children. Tragically, while making roof repairs on Friday,
November 9th, 1962, the hot tar roof ignited, and before the fire department
could arrive, the building was pretty much destroyed. A sad day in Ford
history, and a loss to the children and families who visited regularly.
Early Ford Dealerships
Here are a couple examples of early Ford dealerships. The first
is in the beginning, when the horse and buggy and automobile shared the same
roads, and the second example is from 1945, Conway Ford, just post war.
The economy was ready for expansion, and the American public was ready to buy
homes, autos, TV sets and all the luxuries that were sacrificed during the
war. The third photo shows an early parts department.
Here are a few examples of Ford cars, from the early days to the
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