Bibliography: Ford World War I Ambulances

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Ford World War I Ambulance Bibliography

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Archival

  • Acc. 542 Cost Accounting general files
    • box 87 Cost information on Model T Ambulance “Ambulance – first 2,512, 1917” list of parts, Ambulance Report 8-1-1918
                                 
  • Acc. 75 Legal Department Records Series
    • box 54 L-2860 Ambulance File (3 folders) (includes a blueprint of ambulance body)
       
  • Acc. 572 Nevins and Hill Research Series
    • box 26 Folder 11.30.3 (folder 6 of 7) War Conditions and Activities. “History of Motor Transport Contracts”
       
  • Acc. 267 World War I Production Contracts Series
    • box 4 900 Ambulances, October 9, 1918
    • box 5
      • 600 Ambulances, November 1, 1918
      • 136 Ambulances, December 1, 1918
    • box 10
      • Ambulances; Philadelphia, PA, May 25, 1918
      • 4 Ambulances; Ireland, June 13, 1918
      • 4 Ambulances; Norfolk, VA, June 18, 1918
    • box 11
      • Ambulance; Washington, D.C., July 11, 1918
      • Ambulance; San Pedro, CA, July 13, 1918
      • Ambulances; France, August 10, 1918
      • Ambulances; Brooklyn Export & San Diego, CA, September 20, 1918
      • Ambulances; Miami, FL, September 21, 1918
    • box 12 Ambulances, October 21, 1918 (Brooklyn, NY, Wakefield, MA, Cape May, NJ, San Diego, CA, Chatham, MA, Washington, D.C., Glen Burnie, MD, Norfolk, VA, Charleston, SC , Boston, MA, Paris Island)
       
  • Acc. 833 General Photographs Series
    • box 94 Folder 250A Commercial Trucks
    • box 293 Army trucks and Ambulances, WWI
       
  • Acc. 1660 Photographic Vertical File
    • box 167 WWI-Ambulances
       
  • Acc. 1701 Ford Motor Company Parts Drawings
    •  box TX-1 through TX-137-G
      • SFA 1- RH-2L-H 6/14/1917 Sill Angle Iron
      • AR-82-34049 6/22/1917 Cowl Frame Repair
      • SFA-260 12/3/1918 Model T Ambulance Body Assy. - L.H. Side 
      • SFA-261 12/3/18 Sill and Floor Assembly 
      • SFA-263 12/3/1918 Division Panel Assembly 
      • SFA-264 12/3/1918 Roof Assembly 
      • SFA-265 12/3/1918 Tail Gate Assembly 
      • SAF-266 12/3/1918 Sectional View: Folding Seat, Litter Rigging and Litter Trolley System (Right Side)
      • SFA-267-262 12/3/1918 Side Frame Assembly - Left Side 
      • SFA-271-2 12/3/1918 Tool Box Assembly 
      • SFA-273-4/268-275 12/3/1918 Dispatch Box Assembly 
      • SFA-281-2 12/3/1918 Storm Curtains 
      • SFA-304 10/16/1918 Drive Shaft Extension Sleeve 
      • SFA-305 9/26/1918 Drive Shaft Extension Housing Support 
      • SFA-306 9/26/1918 Brake Rod Extension 
      • SFA-309 9/26/1918 Drive Shaft Extension Sleeve - Pin 
      • SFA-311 10/24/1918 Frame Extension - L.H. 
      • SFA-311 9/26/1918 Frame Extension - L.H. 
      • SFA-314 12/4/1918 Exhaust Pipe LH Control 
      • SFA-314 9/26/1918 Exhaust Pipe LH Control 
      • SFA-320 9/26/1918 Gasoline Tank Support Bolt 
      • SFA-323 10/5/1918 Brake Rod Support (Front) 
      • SK-SFA-339 Sketch Showing Dimensions on Model T chassis for body design  

Ford Times

  • The Fords Behind the Firing Line, v. 8 n. 9, p.412-413

Oral Histories

Vertical File

  • World War I – Ambulances (includes manual for SFA ambulance, 1918)

Books

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