2 edition of James Couzens papers found in the catalog.
James Couzens papers
Written in English
Correspondence, articles, speeches, subject files, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Couzen"s work with the Ford Motor Company (1903-1915), campaign for mayor of Detroit in 1918, service in the U.S. Senate (1922-1936), and farm near Pontiac, Mich. Correspondents include James Francis Byrnes, Arthur Capper, John J. Carson, Roy D. Chapin, Charles E. Coughlin, Glenn Hammond Curtiss, Joseph Edward Davies, Horace E. Dodge, John F. Dodge, Henry Ford, William Green, Edgar A. Guest, Herbert Hoover, Cordell Hull, Jesse H. Jones, Charles Horace Mayo, Frank Murphy, Herbert Bayard Swope, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and William H. Woodin.
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|Pagination||32,000 350 207|
|Number of Pages||32000|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. James Couzens papers by James Couzens; 1 edition; Subjects: Correspondence, Politics and government, Ford Motor Company, United States.
: Historic Print (L): Sen. James Couzens with newspaper men at White House, 9/1: Posters & Prints. James Couzens was a liberal Republican progressive that ended up in full support of the New Deal.
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James Couzens Papers James Couzens () was a close associate of Henry Ford at the Ford Motor Company in Michigan from After serving as Commissioner of Police of Detroit and then as mayor of Detroit fromhe James Couzens papers book Republican senator from Michigan from James Couzens Papers 2. Mayors--Michigan--Detroit.
Senators, U.S. Congress--Michigan. Administrative Information Provenance The papers of James Couzens, industrialist and politician, were given to the Library of Congress from to by the James Couzens papers book of the estate of Frank Couzens. One item was lent temporarily by James Couzens papers book Kirk and.
Get this from a library. James Couzens papers, [James Couzens] -- Correspondence, articles, speeches, subject files, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Couzen's work with the Ford Motor Company (), campaign for mayor of Detroit inservice in. Correspondence, articles, speeches, subject files, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Couzen's work with the Ford Motor Company (), campaign for mayor of Detroit inservice in the U.S.
Senate (), and farm near Pontiac, Mich. Correspondents include James Francis Byrnes, Arthur Capper, John J. Carson, Roy D. Chapin, Charles E.
Coughlin, Glenn Hammond Curtiss, Joseph. James Couzens papers book Morocco leather-bound hardcover book containing the memorial services and addresses delivered in Congress and the House of Representatives for the late senator James Couzens, which was printed specially for his son, Homer L.
Couzens. Papers: 76 boxes. Chiefly from Senate career, including correspondence, speeches, and office records. Finding aid. Also gubernatorial records, photographs, and portraits.
James Couzens papers book COUZENS, JAMES, a Senator from Michigan; born in Chatham, Province of Ontario, Canada, Aug ; attended the public schools of Chatham; moved to Detroit, Mich., in ; railroad car checker ; clerk in the coal business ; was associated with the Ford Motor Co.
in the manufacture of automobiles ; president of the Bank of Detroit and director of the Detroit. His father, James Joseph Couzens, also an English immigrant, was a grocer's clerk before becoming a laborer and salesman for a soap factory.
The senior Couzens introduced his son to the business world by taking him on his sales rounds, where he learned about consumer behavior. By the age of nine, Couzens held multiple jobs. James Couzens is an expert notary public with a legal background spanning over 20 years so he has an abundance of expertise to guide James Couzens papers book on legal advice as well as public notary services.
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Email this Article. The Couzens book so favorably impressed John Shively Knight, publisher of the Knight Newspapers, that he invited Barnard to write an editorial-page column for his Chicago Daily News.
The column, “Liberal at Large,” was nationally dis tributed by the Des Moines Register and Tribune Syndicate. James Couzens papers, Correspondence, articles, speeches, subject files, scrapbooks, and other papers relating to Couzen's work with the Ford Motor Company (), campaign for mayor of Detroit inservice in the U.S.
Senate (), Contributor: Couzens, James. First published in by Charles Scribner’s Sons, Independent Man is the only book-length biography of one of Michigan’s most remarkable men.
His many careers embraced both the business and political spheres. Couzens was a prominent businessman who helped shape Ford Motor Company, but he left the company when he and Henry Ford clashed over politics. The James Couzens Papers at the Library of Congress include valuable materials about the Ford Motor Company before See also: Selections from the James Couzens Papers at the Library of Congress; Truth-in- Fabric and Misbranding Bills().
Couzens, (Mrs) Jas. Full text is unavailable for this digitized archive article. Subscribers may view the full text of this article in its original form through TimesMachine. Ford and James Couzens at Ford, and Ray Kroc and Fred Turner at McDonald’s.
While you may think of these as large companies, they were small once. We point them out since they illustrate how vital the V/I (Visionary/Integra-tor) combination was in their early growth.
This book is also filled with other examples of. James Couzens papers, 32, items ; containers ; linear feet. -- Manuscript Division, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. DAVID LEWIS PAPERS, Accession Finding Aid Published: January and Henry Ford and two prize winning books: The Public Image of Henry Ford and The Couzens, James, Dancing, Dearborn Inn, Detroit, Toledo and Ironton Railroad, File Size: KB.
In case you don’t know who James J. Couzens is or Wabeek here is a brief intro:"James J. Couzens came to Detroit in Worked on the railroad, in coal and was one of the initial investors involved in the founding of the Ford Motor Company. In James Couzens sold his interest in the Ford Motor Company back to Henry Ford for $35,!.
Major subjects covered in the public papers are the Detroit Domestic Relations Court, problems of taxation and banking in the depression, Lacy's friendship with James Couzens. InFord forged a partnership with Alexander Malcomson, a Detroit coal dealer, who brought capital and a brilliant associate, James Couzens.
It was Couzens who devised and installed the accounting and business procedures that were as essential to. Get this from a library. George William Moore papers, [George William Moore; William Jennings Bryan; William Alfred Comstock; James Couzens] -- Correspondence, letterpress books, and other records of the law firm of Moore & Moore; scattered materials relating to his involvement in the Democratic Party of Michigan; and correspondence from.
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A park and memorial dedicated to the victims of the deadliest school massacre in American history. Explosives found at the scene. The old school house cupola.
The aftermath at the school. The surviving cupola. Just off the road in a peaceful, quiet setting, a memorial to an unforgettable disaster sits. James Kirsch papers, James Louis Robertson papers, James M. Cain papers, James Madison Carpenter collection, James, Marquis, Marquis James papers, James Martin Barnes papers, James McCauley Landis papers, James McKeen Cattell papers, COUZENS, James Se died Sunday, October 6 at Cape Cod Hospital after a brief illness.
Born and raised in Yonkers, New York, Jim was the youngest son of Gerald Secor Couzens and Ann Pearce. Source: Albert Kahn Papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan. Albert Kahn Associates, Inc. file photo _____ ♦ ♦ ♦ Senator James J. Couzens Summer Residence aka Wabeek Farm (; demolished) Current location of Manchester Court in Bloomfield Hills.
Source: Albert Kahn Papers, Bentley Historical Library. Other published biographies by Barnard include Rutherford B. Hayes and His America (); Independent Man: The Life of Senator James Gould Couzens (); and The Forging of an American Jew: The Life and Times of Judge Julian Mack ().Barnard has also contributed articles to Encyclopedia Americana, The Dictionary of American Biography, Nation, Saturday Review and other.
Bridgforth was born in in Detroit, Michigan, into a family of six. They lived in southwest Detroit, and she recalled that her childhood was a pleasant one. “I grew up thinking our family was pretty much average and middle class,” she wrote in Girl, Get Your Money Straight.
I knew we weren. Biographer and Journalist The papers of Harry Barnard include correspondence of Harry Barnard and his family as well as selected correspondence of Steven A. Mitchell, chairman of the Democratic National Committee.
Materials from and relating to the Harry S. Truman Library are included as well. The majority of documents in this collection are clippings from newspapers or magazines, and. The papers document Smith's work for the Republican Policy Committee through memoranda, correspondence, handbooks, articles, newsletters, and printed material.
Books-drafts, Books-miscellaneous political parties, and domestic and foreign policies. Charles A. Beard, James Couzens, John Danaher, Roman Gorski, and Lindsay Rogers are. James Couzens passed away on October 6, at the age of 98 in Brewster, Massachusetts.
Funeral Home Services for James are being provided by Nickerson Funeral Home. The obituary was featured in Born: Describing Couzens' immersion in the company, Harry Barnard in his book Independent Man: The Life of Senator James Couzens as quoted in the Ford Times: "J.C.
was the entire office management—he hired and fired—he kept the books, collected, spent, and saved. The papers document Smith's work for the Republican Policy Committee through memoranda, correspondence, handbooks, articles, newsletters, and printed material.
political parties, and domestic and foreign policies. Charles A. Beard, James Couzens, John Danaher, Roman Gorski, and Lindsay Rogers are primary correspondents. Additional material. James Couzens Papers, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library: referencedIn: Frank Murphy papers, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan: referencedIn: Charles P.
Taft Papers,(bulk ) Davies. Introduction. James is a New Testament book which pdf approximated to have been written in the early A.D 45 by James, the reference to the environment and particularly the climatic conditions reveals that this book was probably written around the Palestinian town of Jerusalem which was the hometown of James.Couzens sold to Ford in for $ million.
He became president of the Bank of Detroit and was Detroit's first police commissioner before serving as Detroit mayor from and a Republican.George Howard Edward Smith papers Charles A. Beard, James Couzens, John Ebook, Roman Gorski, and Lindsay Rogers are primary correspondents.
Additional material documents Smith's financial work as director of the Detroit, Michigan, League of Nations office, his teaching career at Yale University, and his personal life.