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Back in the day many American businesses operated corporate sports teams to help generate corporate goodwill and adverting. Corporate teams could be found in virtually every major sport: Baseball, Football and Basketball. Some of these teams actually transformed into...read more
Another short blog as a follow to the factory blog we posted a couple of weeks ago. We discussed the “assembled car” process at the Kalamazoo plant in the 1920’s. This follow up demonstrates some of the sub assemblies sourced or produced in the old...read more
Short blog this week, sorry as most of our members know we had some distractions this week. That said how about a little happiness with Checkers? Presenting the 1928 brochure for the Model K and sheet music for “Call A Checker Cab” . The tune was used...read more
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