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Ford R. Bryan



Ford R. Bryan (13 May 1912-14 May 2004) was a member of the Ford family of Dearborn, who provided authentic and fascinating information about the Ford family based almost entirely on information and photographs contained in the Ford Archives of Henry Ford Museum and associated Greenfield Village. From family bibles, family legend, correspondence, and the historical archives of Dearborn, he traces the family history from England to Ireland, then to America, and in 1832 to the wilderness of the Michigan Territory. "The Fords of Dearborn" (ISBN 0972784314) includes genealogical tables and more than 125 illustrations depicting family members, their farms, their homes, and their relationships. This second edition, in a new design in larger format than the previous edition, includes an index that will be appreciated by both readers and genealogists.

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Ford R. Bryan joined Ford Motor Company as a spectrochemical analyst following World War II. Over the course of thirty-three years, he would move on to the Ford Scientific Laboratory, publishing more than seventy technical papers on optical spectroscopy. Following his retirement from Ford, he became a volunteer at the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village. His yen for writing led him to the Ford Archives, where he found a gold mine of material about his own family and about his favorite subject, Henry Ford.

Ford R. Bryan's books about Henry Ford

He has written many books about Henry Ford, including:

  • Rouge: Pictured in Its Prime
  • Friends, Families & Forays
  • Clara: Mrs. Henry Ford
  • Beyond the Model T: The Other Ventures of Henry Ford
  • Henry's Attic: Some Fascinating Gifts to Henry Ford and His Museum
  • Henry's Lieutenants
 
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