Bibliography: Alternative Fuels


Alternative Fuels Bibliography

This bibliography was compiled by staff of the Benson Ford Research Center’s Archives and Library Department based on materials in our collections. If you have questions about these resources, please use our Submit a Question feature. If you are interested in duplication, please see our Duplication Resources FAQ.


  • Acc. 62 Henry Ford Office Records 
    • box 77 Alcohol – Industrial 1916 – 1919
  • Acc. 69 Henry Ford and Son Laboratories Records
    • box 1
      • Agricultural: Correspondence
      • Alcohol (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence
      • Alcohol continued: Correspondence
      • Benzine & Other Chemicals (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence  
      • Calcium Carbide Carbonic Acid (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence
      • Coal Oil (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence  
      • Kerosene (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence  
      • Natural Gas (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence
      • Other Mechanical Solutions (to solve gas problem): Correspondence  
      • Water (as a gasoline substitute): Correspondence  
  • Acc. 189 Photographs For The Company
    • box 1A 116-B-4 (Photos of Alcohol Experiment Equipment: P.189.193, P.189.194, P.189.195) 

Ford News 

  • Alcohol – By-Product 1929 (wood alcohol): 10:7:75:1
  • Alcohol – Chemical Plant Featured in Exhibit: 8:1L:3:2-4
  • Chemurgy – Increasing the Use of Agricultural Products in Industry: 16:4:65+:1-2
  • Chemurgy – Increasing the Use of Agricultural Products in Automobile Industry: 15:7:125+:1-2

Audio-Visual (materials may be restricted due to format, please contact reference staff in advance for access)

  • V.200.FC.111, Harvest of the Years: Ford Advertisement  

Oral Histories 

Vertical File 

  • Alternative Fuels (1973-present)
  • Ford Motor Company – Alternative Fuels


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