Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Henry Ford in The Mentor Magazine June 1929
The Mentor Magazine was a publication intended to educate the American Public in Art, History, Literature, Travel & Science.
This issue of The Mentor devotes 29 pages to Henry Ford's collection at Greenfield Village & Henry Ford Museum, which at that point was not open to public, Botsford Inn in nearby Farmington that Ford bought & restored and a small sample of his antiques collection.
Also of note is a separate article on his favored old time dancing with Benjamin Lovett calling the dances.
If you can find one of these magazines, it is worth adding to your collection.
Posted by Richard at Tuesday, November 23, 2010
Labels: Dearborn Edison Institute Ben Lovett Botsford Tavern Inn Henry Clara Ford The Mentor magazine