The Ward M. Canaday Center

for Special Collections

The University of Toledo

Finding Aid

Dana Holding Corporation Records, 1891-2012

MSS-242

Size: 264 linear feet

Provenance: Received from Dana Holding Corporation through The History Factory

Access: Open

Collection Summary: The records of the Dana Holding Corporation, formerly known as the Dana Corporation and before that, Spicer Manufacturing, range from a 1891 bond held by a relative of Dana’s founder Clarence Spicer to the January 2012 Toledo Blade obituary for former Dana executive Philip J. Mazziotti.  The collection offers an array of research possibilities for anyone interested in not only Toledo history but also the history of the automobile industry, both nationally and internationally.  Major figures in the collection include Clarence W. Spicer, Charles A. Dana, Ralph Carpenter, Rene “Ren” McPherson, John “Jack” Martin, Gerry Mitchell, Southwood “Woody” Morcott, and Joseph Magliochetti, among others.  There are engineering drawings that offer a glimpse into Spicer’s mind as he developed the encased universal joint, journals that document Spicer’s early years in business, photographs of plants that illustrate the growth of the Dana Corporation, flags, banners, and commendations signed by U.S. President George W. Bush when Dana reached its centennial in 2004, and much more. 

Subjects: Business and Commerce

Processing Note:  While noted throughout this finding aid, please be aware that many items show signs of age and wear.  In some cases of bound volumes, the text block has pulled away from the covers and/or leather bindings may have crumbled and left behind red staining in the boxes.  Regarding photographs, a few are stuck together and there are stacks of prints curled along the edges. 

Copyright: The literary rights to this collection are assumed to rest with the person(s) responsible for the production of the particular items within the collection, or with their heirs or assigns.  Researchers bear full legal responsibility for the acquisition to publish from any part of said collection per Title 17, United States Code.  The Ward M. Canaday Center for Special Collections may reserve the right to intervene as intermediary at its own discretion.

Completed by: Amanda Riebersal, Timothy Fritz, Sara Mouch, December 2012

Historical Sketch

An international company with nearly 100 facilities in 26 countries, the Dana Holding Corporation has been a leading manufacturer of automobile and industrial components for more than 100 years.  Since 1904, when Clarence Spicer opened for business in the corner of a warehouse in Plainfield, New Jersey, a succession of innovative leaders and employees empowered to implement their own ideas have made Dana what it is today. 

Clarence Winfred Spicer was born on November 30, 1875.  He grew up on a dairy farm in Edelstein, Illinois, during a time when farmers saw increased mechanization.  His father, John, had no interest in the machines that helped him to make his living, thus leaving the care and maintenance of them to his son.  With strong technical abilities and a passion for quality, Clarence went on to Albert College where he took engineering courses that led him to Cornell University’s Sibley College of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanical Arts.  It was during his time at Cornell that Spicer invented the encased universal joint as part of a class project, leading him to found C.W. Spicer, the first of what would be many incarnations of the Dana Corporation.

C.W. Spicer may never have come into being had it not been for the support of Clarence Spicer’s professors at Cornell.  The project assigned to the young engineer in the spring of 1902 was to design an automobile, the self-propelled carriage that was a revolutionary breakthrough since Gottleib Daimler developed a practical internal combustion engine in 1886.  Dean Robert Thurston guided Clarence through his project.  Spicer, involved mainly with the issue of power transmission, developed a propeller shaft attached to the engine and rear axle with encased universal joints as a better alternative to the previous dirty, fragile, and unreliable sprocket and chain mechanism. Impressed with their student’s design, Thurston and Spicer’s other professors not only gave Clarence additional time to complete the project but also encouraged him to patent his specialized universal joint.  Issued to Spicer on May 19, 1903, the publication of the patent led automobile manufacturers to contact him and in 1904, Spicer left Cornell to produce and sell his creation.

Clarence Spicer set up shop in the corner of the Potter Printing Press in Plainfield, New Jersey, on April 1, 1904, after moving his wife, Anna, and three children from Ithaca, New York.  By this time, automobile manufacturers were designing new vehicles with Spicer’s universal joint in mind, and orders started coming in quickly.  Within a year, the demand was more than Clarence, his three employees, equipment, and small space could handle.  C.W. Spicer needed to expand production.  To secure additional financing, the company incorporated in New Jersey under the Spicer Universal Joint Manufacturing Company on May 25, 1905.  Sales doubled within two years.  The company moved to a larger location on Madison Avenue and added more employees and new machinery. 

By 1913, the Spicer Manufacturing Company (renamed in 1909) had more than 100 vehicle manufacturers on its customer list, independent sales agents visiting customers on its behalf, and advertisements running on a regular basis in specialty publications.  Continued success appeared to be a sure thing.  However, the growth of the automobile industry strained Spicer’s resources, and competition, which led to infringement lawsuits, further challenged the company’s bottom line.  It became clear to Clarence Spicer that he needed an influx of cash to stay afloat. 

With the pursuit of financing came Charles A. Dana, a young attorney from New York with acumen for business management.  Dana was born in New York City on April 25, 1881, into a prominent New England family.  His father was a retired banking executive and his uncle, for whom Charles was named, owned and edited the New York Sun.  After earning a bachelor’s in liberal arts at Columbia University, Charles Dana continued at Columbia to earn his master’s degree in international law.  Practicing law in various capacities, Dana served on the New York state legislature three times and by age 27 was president of two utility companies.  A visit to an investment bank in 1913 led Charles to the struggling but promising company owned by Clarence Spicer.  Dana agreed to lend the company $15,000, secured by a mortgage on the company’s real estate, for a year.  Spicer’s board of directors accepted his terms on December 16, 1913. 

By early 1914, Charles Dana went from a board director to the new vice president in as little as two months.  In 1915, he owned nearly half the company and succeeded Clarence Spicer as president, who stayed on as vice president.  It was obvious in the short time Dana had been involved with the Spicer Manufacturing Company that he contributed significantly to its progress and expansionthat led Spicer to move operations to a new complex in South Plainfield, New Jersey.  The relocation meant that, with a larger factory and new machines, the Spicer Manufacturing Corporation (renamed in 1916) was better equipped to meet the production demands of World War I, which was just beginning.  In 1917, after the U.S. entered the war, Clarence Spicer traveled to Washington D.C. to help design what became the Class B “Liberty”, a standardized truck that was easy to maintain.  During the war, in which 130 Spicer employees fought, Spicer universal joints and propeller shafts were installed in most military vehicles.

The years immediately following the war were eventful.  Spicer employees fought the Spanish flu, which 300 of the company’s 1,000 people contracted and from which 10 died. Spicer’s annual sales topped $30 million.  In addition, Charles Dana eyed opportunities for growth, starting with the acquisition of Chadwick Engine Works, Parish Pressed Steel, Sheldon Axle & Spring, and Salisbury Axle in 1919.  However, 1920 and 1921 brought that growth to a halt with labor strikes, material shortages, and high interest rates.  U.S. vehicle output dropped more than 30% and Spicer’s sales plummeted from $18 million to $5 million. 
Despite the losses, Spicer rallied in the 1920s, starting with the company’s first appearance on the New York Stock Exchange in 1921.  The automotive market grew and became more competitive, leading some automakers and suppliers to fail.  This gave Spicer the opportunity to purchase the assets of failing companies at bargain prices.  Although Spicer was a survivor, they still competed against other universal joint, axle, and frame manufacturers, including European companies entering the U.S. markets.  Charles Dana, forever seeing opportunities, bought interests in companies across the Atlantic, including E.J. Hardy & Company in England and Societè Spicer-Glaenzer in France.  This growth continued until the end of the decade with the acquisition of the Brown-Lipe Gear Company, a manufacturer of transmissions and clutches.

Nineteen twenty-nine was also the year of a major move for Spicer.  By this time, General Motors, Ford, and Chrysler accounted for more than 80% of all new car sales in the U.S., and Detroit had clearly become the center of automotive production.  To be closer to the industry, Spicer moved from New Jersey to a brand new factory complex on Bennett Road in Toledo, Ohio.  This move, along with the manufacture of more products and an expanding international business helped Spicer’s sales to climb back up to $17 million, a 70% increase from 1922.  The 1920s appeared to be ending on a lucrative note for Spicer, until October 24, 1929.

The Great Stock Market Crash had a devastating effect on the U.S. economy.  Thousands of businesses went bankrupt and by 1931, Spicer operated at just 25% of its production capacity.  When automobile production in the United States sank 75% in 1932, Spicer’s sales also dropped nearly 90% to $2 million.  As a result, Spicer was forced to lay off employees and cut the wages of those who remained by 40%.  Shortly thereafter, on February 23, 1934, 4,000 workers from four Toledo-based auto suppliers, including Spicer, walked off the job.  The peaceful strike, during which Charles Dana frequented the picket lines with cups of coffee for the strikers, ended just days later when the auto suppliers and United Auto Workers’ federal labor union reached a settlement.  The agreement led to pay increases, a permanent pay scale, and the right to collective bargaining, which became law and led to a similar organization of General Motors and Chrysler two years later, and Ford in 1941. 
Following the strike, Spicer continued to innovate with new products and greater scrutiny on the development of those products, and quality became vitally important.  Despite this effort, sales fluctuated wildly coming out of the Great Depression.  Recovering nearly to pre-depression levels in 1937, Spicer dropped by a third to $10 million in 1938.  However, it would only be another two years before World War II required an increase in production. 
Just before the war, in 1939, the founder of the Spicer Manufacturing Corporation passed away.  In 35 years, Clarence Spicer was issued 27 U.S. patents and 5 French patents.  His creativity and determination also earned him the presidency of the Society of Automotive Engineers, and kept the Spicer® u-joints a top brand long after his death. 

The late Clarence Spicer’s company was hard at work in 1941, shifting into battle mode for the World War II.  All automobile production was suspended in order to focus on the demand for military vehicles such as Jeep, built by Willys-Overland.  Not only did transmissions, frames, u-joints, and axles come out of Spicer, but also Parish workers produced field kitchens, gun carriages and mounts, ammunition bundling accessories, and housing for fight planes.  Sales jumped from $10 million in 1939 to $109 million in 1945, requiring additional capacity in the form of the acquisition of General Drop Forge and Atlas Drop Forge.  However, at the end of the war, massive military-related order cancellations led to an 80% drop in sales.

The return to peacetime meant a long wait for the demand for civilian cars.  Automakers used this time to update factories and retool vehicle designs, including Spicer.  In addition to changes in manufacturing, the officials at Spicer Manufacturing decided to rename the company.  In honor of his 32 years of leadership, Charles Dana’s family name was chosen as the new corporate name.  Spicer remained the brand name for many core products, including the original u-joint. 

Additional changes came in the years that followed, specifically in regards to leadership.  The company president at the time, Ralph Carpenter, recommended to Charles Dana the need for a successor.  He suggested John “Jack” Martin, group president of Firestone Tire & Rubber in Akron, Ohio.  With Carpenter’s insistence Dana welcomed Martin to the company in 1952 as vice president and in 1953, he stepped up to president.  Nineteen fifty-four marked the 50th anniversary of the company and by this time, Dana employed 10,000 people in nine cities.  Martin took the event of the anniversary for self-appraisal and found a need for better cooperation with labor unions and money-saving measures. 

The elimination of waste led to leaner manufacturing and opportunities for the development of new products.  “Highly specialized products,” as Charles Dana called them, such as the very successful Powr-Lok® that provided better traction on slippery roads, kept the Dana Corporation profitable throughout the 1950s, often outperforming competitors.  Despite the success, Dana’s decision to unload their European affiliates and focus on stateside markets sent their 80% share of the production of the world’s trucks, cars, and buses to 35%.  Getting into the international market was more important than ever. 

Dana expanded into Brazil, purchasing stake in Albarus, a universal joint manufacturer.  In addition, production moved into Argentina, Venezuela, and Mexico, and Dana reestablished its presence in Europe.  By 1966, the corporation had licensing agreements with 34 companies and partial ownership of 10 other firms all over the world, accounting for $100 million of its sales. 

Altogether, sales exceeded $300 million in the 1960s.  Dana’s increasing size motivated Jack Martin to divide the company into seven autonomous units, focusing on engineering, manufacturing, and sales.  In addition, the company made a stronger effort to improve employee-training, setting up programs at several colleges and universities.  By the end of the decade, Dana had employed more than 19,000 people and doubled its profit.
The 1970s started with a big move.  Dana’s growth meant that the Bennett Road complex would no longer be sufficient as a corporate headquarters.  With the purchase of 84 acres on Dorr Street came the opening of a Georgian Colonial-style home office in the fall of 1970.  The 1970s also saw the influence of Rene “Ren” McPherson, who succeeded Jack Martin as company president in 1968.  Possessing a revolutionary leadership style, McPherson challenged the hierarchical structure of Dana, pushing decision-making and accountability all the way to the shop floor.  He tossed out volumes of corporate policies and procedures, and to help employees rise to higher expectations, established Dana University in 1969 to teach first-line managers and supervisors the basics of cost control and asset management.
It was also at this time that American companies produced only 25% of the world’s automobiles as it fought the competition from other countries, particularly Japan.  As a result, Dana’s sales of car components fell dramatically.  In an effort to boost revenue, Dana started to manufacture industrial equipment in addition to vehicle parts.  As a result, between 1966 and 1979, sales grew from $450 million to just under $3 billion.  However, it was more than just the manufacture of industrial components that accounted for Dana’s growth.  With more than 50 acquisitions in 14 years, as well as the encouragement of employees to implement their ideas, success appeared to be a given.

Yet, with the start of a new decade came an oil-induced recession.  Americans gravitated towards smaller, more fuel-efficient vehicles, causing sales of large automobiles to drop significantly and Japanese manufacturers to make large gains in the U.S. market.  For the first time in a few years, Dana did not set new sales records in 1980.  The economic slump lasted for two years and led to layoffs, resulting in a worldwide employment drop for the company from 44,000 in 1979 to 29,000 by 1982. 
The eighties was also a time for new leadership.  Ren McPherson left the company in 1979 to take a position as a graduate school dean at Stanford University.  Gerry Mitchell became chairman and chief executive officer and Stan Gustafson was elected president in 1980.  Together, Mitchell and Gustafson sought to weather the tough economic times by focusing on the Dana Style, a commitment to quality and communication within the company.  They visited upwards of 50 facilities each year to keep employees apprised of the company’s performance and to listen to their ideas and concerns.  Mitchell, particularly, encouraged feedback, establishing a “Talk Back to the Boss” campaign in 1982. 

Dana also reorganized their basic product groups in 1982.  To get closer to the markets they served, they established automotive distribution, direct distribution, highway vehicle, trucks parts distribution, trail equipment, mobile off-highway, industrial equipment, and shelter and security divisions.  The last division was an effort to make the company recession-proof by handling the company’s insurance and financial needs, providing housing, insurance, financing, and leasing services.  Ultimately, the Dana Credit Corporation (DCC) was created, managing loans, acquiring property, and overall, saving money for the company.  With an outstanding reputation for quality and customer service, the DCC became one of the largest leasing companies in the U.S. by the mid-1990s. 

The decade continued with additional acquisitions, including Tyrone Hydraulics, Gresen Manufacturing, and Warner Electric Brake & Clutch.  The company also embarked on a major restructuring of its production facilities.  Dana moved from fewer, larger plants to smaller regional facilities.  With revamped operations came reduced production times and new technology, improving quality and sales.  By 1989, Dana sales reached $4.9 billion, double the figure in 1980. 

Southwood “Woody” Morcott succeeded Gerry Mitchell as chairman and CEO in 1990.  He continued Dana’s idea program by transforming ideas from an implied expectation to a measurable objective by charging every Dana employee to submit two ideas per month with an 80% implementation rate.  This led to a flood of ideas from facilities around the world by 1992, which made it a perfect time to come out with a new slogan: People Finding a Better Way

Dana’s sales continued to climb in the nineties, with record sales of $6.6 billion in 1994.  Innovative new product lines led to award wins, such as the PACE Award in 1995 for a driveshaft design.  Clarence Spicer was inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame.  Facilities were formally recognized for quality, productivity, employee involvement, and health and safety.  By the end of the decade, Dana clearly far exceeded even its own expectations. 

Unfortunately, by 2000, the vehicle industry headed toward another downturn, just as Joe Magliochetti stepped in as president.  Dana reported a net loss of $298 million and a reduction in the workforce of about 20,000 people.  Despite the tough times, Dana employees continued the mission of quality customer service and innovation.  In 2000, the Spicer Driveshaft Division became the second Dana operation to earn the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award.  Other honors were granted in 2001 and 2002 to the Canadian driveshaft division, as well as a plant in Brazil in 2003. 

Two thousand three also experienced the sudden need for a new president when Joe Magliochetti died in September.  Glen Hiner, formerly chairman of Owens-Corning, stepped in as acting president and CEO until Mike Burns accepted the position in 2004.  Burns continued the company’s focus on its core businesses, a return to its roots of specific attention to vehicle makers.  With $4 billion worth of divestitures, that included their automotive aftermarket business, the company reported a 2003 net income of $220 million, a $500 million swing from the earnings loss just two years prior.  The centennial was fast approaching, and Dana appeared to be back on track.

Downturns being cyclical, however, Dana experienced yet more financial hardship in March 2006 when the company’s U.S. operations filed for Chapter 11 reorganization.  Fortunately, Dana successfully emerged from Chapter 11 in February 2008 with a new board of directors, new chairman John Devine, and a renewed focus on returning the company to a leadership position in the global vehicular supply industry.  The renewal included the sale of its Dorr St. headquarters in 2009 and a move to its smaller technical center in Maumee. 

From a small operation in the corner of a printing press factory in 1904 to a global company with facilities in 26 countries in 2012, the Dana Holding Corporation has repeatedly overcome hardship to continue to be a leader in automobile industry.  A combination of innovation and technology keeps Clarence Spicer’s brainchild going strong into its second century. 

 

Scope and Content Note

The Dana Holding Corporation Records consist of a variety of materials, from print items to photographs, film reels to DVDs, artwork to posters, and flags to shovels.  Record Group I is comprised of eight series relating to the main corporate entity.  Series One, Administrative Files, includes bound volumes of annual meeting minutes dating back to 1904, human resource materials, and project files. Series Two, Financial & Legal Files, documents the financial and legal history of the Dana Corporation through cashbooks, ledgers, stock certificates, patents, contracts, and miscellaneous financial resources.  Series Three is dedicated to Dana’s advertising and marketing campaigns over the past century.  From proofs and draft notes to the final ad runs, the Advertising and Marketing Files represents not only Spicer and Dana, but also affiliated brand products and client companies, such as Chevrolet.  The largest series in the collection, Series Four encompasses the materials published by and about Dana and other relevant organizations.  Books, catalogs, newsletters, article clippings, press releases, price lists, as well as other content of Print Publications come in the form of individually published items, scrapbooks, and bound volumes of multiple journals. Series Five, Biography and History Files, documents the lives and accomplishments of many Dana executives, as well as illustrates the company’s beginnings with Clarence Spicer, including both his engineering drawing of the concept car that prompted his design of the encased universal joint and a journal Mr. Spicer kept of his first years in business.  Dana’s expansion over the years with the establishment of multiple plants and divisions can be observed in the materials of Series Six, Plant Files, which consists of publications, blueprints, maps, and other technical files relevant to the various Dana/Spicer locations, including Fort Wayne, Pottstown, South Plainfield, and Toledo.  Series Seven represents Dana’s character via audio-visual materials.  From the early days of Spicer to Dana of the twenty-first century, the people, places, products and events of this company are illustrated in film, video, photographic prints, slides and negatives.  The final series of Record Group I, Series Eight, contains the artifacts of the Dana Corporation.  Commemorative banners, key chains, cuff links, pens, calendars, and posters celebrate the company’s centennial anniversary.  Other anniversaries, such as Spicer’s 50th, are documented via coins and plates.  The results of projects also make up the Artifactsseries, such as a bicycle fitted with a three-speed transmission.  Finally, paperweights, lab coats, flags, toy replicas of trucks, decals, and brand-related patches round out the series.

Record Group II contains the materials related to Dana’s affiliated and subsidiary companies, including Brown Brothers Limited, Parish Pressed Steel, Perfect Circle, and Victor.  The collection is broken down into 30 series, for each company, and further divided by print and audiovisual materials, as well as artifacts, when applicable.  Content includes annual reports, catalogs, advertisements, contracts, news releases, plant photos, patches, and anniversary plates.

Series Listing

Record Group I:  Dana Holding Corporation Records

 

 

S1

Administrative Files
16 linear feet
Arranged alphabetically

Subseries A:  Annual Reports/Meetings
1904-2003

Subseries B:  Dana University
1969-2003

Subseries C:  General Administrative Files
1897-2004

Subseries D:  Labor/ Human Resource Materials
1949-2000

Subseries E:  Project Files
1973-2001

 

 

S2

Financial & Legal Files
15 linear feet
Arranged primarily alphabetically; some subseries are arranged chronologically

Subseries A: Agreements/Contracts
1914-1984

Subseries B: Cash Books/Invoices/Purchases
1899-1983

Subseries C: Financial Analysis/Statements
1918-1985

Subseries D: Other Financial & Legal Files
1974-2003

Subseries E: Patents
1903-1999

Subseries F: Stock Materials
1919-1979
 

S3

Advertising & Marketing Files
30 linear feet
Arranged chronologically

Subseries A: Advertisements
1910-2000

Subseries B: Brochure Materials
1961-1999

Subseries C: Drafts & Proofs
1940s-1988

Subseries D: Marketing Correspondence & Administration
1978-1988

Subseries E: Public & Press Relations
19971-1996

Subseries F: Scrapbooks
1911-1999

 

 

S4

Print Publications
67 linear feet
Arranged primarily chronologically; some subseries are arranged alphabetically

Subseries A: Books, Booklets, & Scrapbooks
1895-2010

Subseries B: Catalogs & Manuals
1933-1995

Subseries C: Clippings
1899-2012

Subseries D: Event Publications
1924-2004

Subseries E: Newsletters
1917-2009

Subseries F: News Releases
1958-2004

Subseries G: Product Publications
1905-2005

Subseries H: Other Miscellaneous Publications
1969-2005

 

 

S5

Biography & History Files
6 linear feet
Arranged alphabetically

Subseries A: Biographical Files
1920-1998

Subseries B: Company & Industry History
1916-2004

Subseries C: Historical Documents
1891-1939

 

 

S6

Plant Files
8 linear feet
1880s-2006

The series consists of technological and engineering files, corporate exhibits and projects, maps and blueprints, and facilities manuals of miscellaneous plants and divisions, including:
 
Chelsea
Churubusco Distribution Center
Columbia CV
Convel
Dana Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St.
Encorse
Fort Wayne, IN
Hillsdale
Marion
Pottstown
Regional Driveshaft Center
South Plainfield
Spicer Manufacturing Company
Technical Center
Toledo
Truck Test Center
Turbo Products Division
Williams Plant
 

 

 

S7

Audiovisual & Photographic Materials
68 linear feet
Arranged alphabetically within each subject and/or medium

Subseries A: Audiocassettes
1956-2000

Subseries B: CDs/DVDs
1956-2005

Subseries C: Film
Not dated

Subseries D: Videocassette
1987-2006

Subseries E: Photographs on CDs/DVDs
1999-2004

Subseries F: Photographic Prints
1894-2003

Subseries G: Negatives/Slides & Transparencies
1923-2001

Subseries H: Artwork
1900-2004

 

 

S8

Artifacts
41 linear feet

Subseries A: Awards/Lucite Blocks/Plaques
1941-2004

Subseries B: Events/Posters
1915-2004

Subseries C: Miscellaneous
1970s-2004

Record Group II:  Affiliated and Subsidiary Companies – 13 linear feet

NOTE: Most of the materials regarding affiliated and subsidiary companies are located here; however, due to the complexity of the material, some items may be in Record Group I.

 

 

S1

Albarus, 1958-2000

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

S2

Atlas & General Drop Forge, 1924-1963

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

 

 

S3

Brown Brothers Limited, 1889-1989

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

Subseries C: Artifacts

 

 

S4

Brown-Lipe, 1906-1950s

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

Subseries C: Artifacts

 

 

S5

Chelsea/Salisbury, 1908-1979

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

 

 

S6

Clark Equipment Company, 1920-1960s

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

 

 

S7

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, 1950-2000

 

 

S8

Covert Gear Company, n.d.

 

 

S9

Dana International, 1973-1995

 

 

S10

Echlin, 1977-2003

 

 

S11

Glacier, 2003

 

 

S12

Gresen Manufacturing Company, 1980s-1994

 

 

S13

Hartford Automotive Parts Company, 1920s

 

 

S14

Hayes-Dana, 1953-1995

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

 

 

S15

Hayes Steel, 1958

 

 

S16

Parish Pressed Steel, 1905-2003

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

Subseries C: Artifacts

 

 

S17

Perfect Circle,  1952-1994   

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

Subseries C: Artifacts

 

 

S18

The Phosphor Bronze Company Limited, 1937

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

 

 

S19

Plumely Companies, 1993-2003

 

 

S20

Raybestos-Manhattan Incorporation, n.d.

 

 

S21

Sheldon Axle Company, n.d.

 

 

S22

Slater Systems Incorporation, 1958

 

 

S23

Snead Company, 1919-1920s

 

 

S24

Spicer International, 1908-1994

 

 

S25

T&N, 1960s-1990s

 

 

S26

Tube Investments Limited, 1980s

 

 

S27

Urschel Engineering Company, 1956

 

 

S28

Victor, 1967-2003

Subseries A: Print Materials

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

Subseries C: Artifacts

 

 

S29

Weatherhead Company, 1969-1973

 

 

S30

Wix, 1982

 

Box & Folder Inventory

NOTE: In all series, the “†” denotes that items are in oversize or irregularly shaped or sized boxes.

Box

Folder

Record Group 1: Company Records
Series 1: Administrative Files
Subseries A: Annual Reports/Meetings

†1

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, May 25, 1905 – June 14, 1917

†2

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, October 12, 1916 – December 18, 1918 – Box contains loose pages of articles of incorporation tucked into the front of the bound volume, 1957.

†3

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, February 17, 1919 – March 7, 1921

†4

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, March 21, 1921 – April 20, 1925

5

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, April 20, 1925 – January 7, 1929

†6

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, January 14, 1929 – April 18, 1932

7

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, May 16, 1932 – April 15, 1935

†8

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, May 14, 1935 – September 29, 1941

9

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, November 3, 1941 – November 16, 1944 – Box contains loose pages of a charter tucked into the front of the bound volume, 1942.

10

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, December 18, 1944 – December 26, 1945

11

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Spicer, February 4, 1946 – September 17, 1946

12

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, November 6, 1946 – October 31, 1949

13

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, December 19, 1949 – November 26, 1951

14

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, December 17, 1951 – December 24, 1954

15

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, February 10, 1955 – October 17, 1957

16

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, December 11, 1957 – September 28, 1959

17

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, October 14, 1959 – April 28, 1961

18

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, May 15, 1961 – October 13, 1962

19

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, December 5, 1962 – October 28, 1963

20

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, December 4, 1963 – February 23, 1965 – Some pages are loose within the bound volume.

21

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, March 30, 1965 – June 27, 1966

22

n/a

Annual Meeting Minutes, Dana, July 11, 1966 – November 21, 1966

23

1

Annual Reports, 1917-1918

23

2

Annual Reports, 1920-1921

23

3

Annual Reports, 1922-1923

23

4

Annual Reports, 1924-1925

23

5

Annual Reports, 1926-1927

23

6

Annual Reports, 1928-1929

23

7

Annual Reports, 1930-1931

23

8

Annual Reports, 1932-1933

23

9

Annual Reports, 1934-1935

23

10

Annual Reports, 1936-1937

23

11

Annual Reports, 1938-1939

23

12

Annual Reports, 1940-1941

23

13

Annual Reports, 1942-1943

23

14

Annual Reports, 1944-1945

23

15

Annual Reports, 1946-1947

23

16

Annual Reports, 1948-1949

23

17

Annual Reports, 1950-1951

23

18

Annual Reports, 1952-1953

23

19

Annual Reports, 1954-1955

23

20

Annual Reports, 1956-1957

23

21

Annual Reports, 1958-1959

23

22

Annual Reports, 1960-1961

23

23

Annual Reports, 1962-1963

23

24

Annual Reports, 1964-1965

23

25

Annual Reports, 1966-1967

23

26

Annual Reports, 1968-1969

23

27

Annual Reports, 1970-1971

23

28

Annual Reports, 1972-1973

23

29

Annual Reports, 1974-1975

23

30

Annual Reports, 1976-1977

23

31

Annual Reports, 1978-1979

23

32

Annual Reports, 1980-1981

23

33

Annual Reports, 1982-1983

23

34

Annual Reports, 1984-1985

23

35

Annual Reports, 1986-1987

23

36

Annual Reports, 1988-1989

23

37

Annual Reports, 1990-1991

23

38

Annual Reports, 1992-1993

23

39

Annual Reports, 1994-1995

23

40

Annual Reports, 1996-1997

23

41

Annual Reports, 1998-1999

23

42

Annual Reports, 2002-2003

24

1

Annual Reports, Production Files, 1965-1968

24

2

Annual Reports, Production Files, 1975-1976

24

3

Annual Reports, Production Files, 1982

24

4

Annual Reports, Production Files, 1983

24

5

Annual Reports, Production Files, 1999-2001

24

6

Board and Committee Meetings, 1928-1929

24

7

Board and Committee Meetings, 1979-1980

24

8

Board and Committee Meetings, 1981

24

9

Board and Committee Meetings, 1982

24

10

Board and Committee Meetings, 1983

24

11

Board and Committee Meetings, 1984

24

12

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1987

24

13

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1988-1989

24

14

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1990-1991

24

15

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1992-1993

24

16

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1994-1995

24

17

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1996-1997

24

18

Dana Commercial Credit Annual Report, 1998

24

19

Global Communications Meeting, 1999

24

20

Global Communications Meeting, 2000

24

21

Global Leaders Group Meeting, 1998

24

22

Global Senior Management Meeting, 1996

24

23

Global Senior Management Meeting, 1997

24

24

Ottawa Meetings, 1995

24

25

Quarterly Reports, 1977-1979

24

26

Spicer Board of Directors Meeting Minutes, 1904-1943

Subseries B: Dana University

25

1

Dana Corporation Education Programs, 1972-1977

25

2

Dana University, 1981-2003

25

3

Dana University Certificate of Achievement, 1990, 1996-1997

25

4

Dana University Education Program, 1977-1980

25

5

Dana University Pamphlets and Brochures, 1969-1985

Subseries C: General Administrative Files

25

6

Berry College (includes DVD), 2004

25

7

Chart of Accounts, 1914

25

8

Correspondence, 1897

25

9

Correspondence, 1914

25

10

Correspondence, 1929

25

11

Correspondence, 1935

25

12

Correspondence, 1936-1937

25

13

Correspondence, 1944, 1946

25

14

Correspondence, 1952, 1956

25

15

Correspondence, 1957

25

16

Correspondence, 1958

25

17

Correspondence, 1959

25

18

Correspondence, 1960

25

19

Correspondence, 1961

25

20

Correspondence, 1962

25

21

Correspondence, 1964

25

22

Correspondence, 1966-1967

25

23

Correspondence, 1968-1969

25

24

Correspondence, 1970-1971

25

25

Correspondence, 1972-1973

25

26

Correspondence, 1974-1975

25

27

Correspondence, 1976-1977

25

28

Correspondence, 1978-1979

25

29

Correspondence, 1980-1981

25

30

Correspondence, 1980-1981

25

31

Correspondence, 1982

25

32

Correspondence, 1984-1985

25

33

Correspondence, 1986-1988

25

34

Correspondence, 1994-1995

25

35

Correspondence, 1996

25

36

Correspondence, 1997-1998

25

37

Correspondence, 1999

25

38

Correspondence, 2001

25

39

Correspondence, 2003-2004

25

40

Correspondence, n.d.

25

41

Correspondence, Truck Quarterly, 1975-1977

25

42

Notices, 1933-1939

25

43

Notices, 1940-1949

25

44

Notices, 1950-1959

25

45

Notices, 1960-1969

25

46

Notices, 1977-1979

25

47

Notices, 1980-1989

25

48

Notices, 1990-1997

25

49

Speeches, 1964

25

50

Speeches, 1974

25

51

Speeches, 1975

25

52

Speeches, 1979-1982

25

53

Speeches, 1987

25

54

Speeches, n.d.

26

1

Dana Woodrow Wilson Program, 1982

26

2

Directories, 1986, 1988

26

3

Directories, 1995

26

4

Directories, 1997-1998

26

5

Graphic Standards Manual, 1996

26

6

Organizational Charts, 1959-1961, 1963

26

7

Organizational Charts, 1995

26

8

Organizational Charts, 1996-1997

26

9

Organizational Charts, 1998-1999

26

10

Organizational Charts, 2000-2001

26

11

Organizational Charts, 2002

26

12

Press List, 1962-1974

26

13

Table of Organization, 1972, 1989-1998

26

14

2001 Dana Worldwide Facility Data Book, 2001

26

15

2001 Dana Worldwide Facility Data Book, 2001

Subseries D: Labor/Human Resources Material

26

16

Actuarial Reports, 1965

26

17

Actuarial Reports, 1968

26

18

Actuarial Reports, 1969

26

19

Actuarial Reports, 1970

26

20

Actuarial Reports, 1971

26

21

Actuarial Reports, 1971

26

22

Actuarial Reports, 1972

26

23

Actuarial Reports, 1972

26

24

Actuarial Reports, 1973

26

25

Actuarial Reports, 1973

26

26

Actuarial Reports, 1974

26

27

Actuarial Reports, 1974

26

28

Actuarial Reports, 1975

26

29

Actuarial Reports, 1976

26

30

Customer List, 1960

26

31

Dana Retiree Roster, 1980

26

32

Dana Retiree Roster, 1973

26

33

Dana Retiree Roster, 1975

27

1

Dana Retiree Roster, 1977

27

2

Dana Retiree Roster, n.d.

27

3

Dana Retiree Roster Production Files, 1977

27

4

Dana Retiree Roster Production Files, 1979

27

5

Dana Retiree Roster Production Files, 1980

†28

n/a

Employee Roster, 2001

27

6

Health Care Materials, 2000

27

7

Labor Materials, n.d.

27

8

Management and Department Head Compensation, 1949

27

9

Management Resource Program, 1985

27

10

Master-Trade Paper Mailing List, n.d.

27

11

Minority Supplier Development Program, 1990

27

12

Policies, 1981

27

13

Policy and Procedure, 1959, 1962

27

14

Retirement Income Plan, 1961-1966

27

15

UAW Organization Files, 1967-1972

27

16

UAW Organization Files, 1973-1976

27

17

UAW Organization Files, 1977

27

18

UAW Organization Files, 1978-1980

27

19

UAW Organization Files, 1983

27

20

UAW Organization Files, 1983-1984

27

21

Telephone Directory, n.d.

Subseries E: Project Files

27

2

Bike Files, 1973-1975

27

23

Bike Files, 1973-1975

27

24

Centennial Book Files, Chuck Hartlage, n.d.

27

25

Centennial Book Files, Chuck Hartlage, n.d.

Box

Folder

Series 2: Financial & Legal Files
Subseries A: Agreements/Contracts

†30

n/a

Financial and Legal Booklet, 1916-1949 – Cover is damaged, the binding is loose, and the page edges are torn.

 

Agreement/Contracts

29

1

Agreement of board officer assignment for Plainfield Manufacturing Company, 1929

29

2

Contract Granting Invention Ownership, 1923

29

3

Employee Agreements, 1963

29

4

Letters of dissolution of The Corporation Trust Company, 1931

29

5

Loan Agreement between Spicer & Charles Dana, 1914

29

6

Old Salary Pension Plan, 1956

29

7

Various Mortgages & Loan Agreements, 1914, 1921

 

By Laws

29

8

Spicer, 1929

29

9

Toledo Area Dana Retirees Association, 1984

 

Charters

29

10

Certificate of Incorporation, 1924

29

11

Dana Corporation, 1946

 

Proxies

29

12

Assigning Charles Dana, Leslie Soper or Whiting Faulkner agent to vote on stock-shares, 1929

29

13

Various Proxy Agreements, 1939-1968

Subseries B: Cash Books/Invoices/ Purchases

29

14

Cash Book, 1899-1907

†31

n/a

Cash Books, 1913-1914, 1915-1916 – Leather is pulling away from boards and there is red staining inside storage box.

†32

n/a

Cash Books, 1914-1915, 1917-1918, 1918-1919 – There is red staining inside storage box, likely from the leather.

†33

n/a

Cash Books, 1912-1913, 1916-1917, 1917-1918 – There is red staining inside storage box and the leather is crumbling.

29

15

Cash Book, 1919

†34

n/a

Cash Book, 1926-1948

†35

n/a

Cash Book, 1930-1952

29

16

Invoices, 1973

29

17

Invoices, 1976-1977

29

18

Invoices, 1979

29

19

Invoices, 1980-1981

29

20

Invoices, 1982

29

21

Invoices, 1983

†36

n/a

Ledgers, 1912-1915, 1915-1916

†37

n/a

Ledgers, 1914-1915, 1917-1919, 1918-1919, 1942-1943, n.d  - Pages are loose and there is no cover.

29

22

Purchase Records, 1914

Subseries C: Financial Analysis/Statements

29

23

Annual Report, Spicer, 1924-1925

29

24

Consolidated Balance Sheet of Spicer and Subsidiary Companies, 1932-1975

29

25

Economics Department Memo from the U.S Economic Outlook, 1982-1985

29

26

Financial Analysis of Dana including Security, Capitalization, Investment Opinions, Earnings, Stock Comment, 1959

29

27

Financial Statement including Balance Sheet, Statement of Income, and Expenditures, 1982

29

28

Fiscal Year Statement of Spicer & Dana including Assets, Liabilities, Losses, and Profits, 1918-1959

29

29

Pro Forma Consolidated Balance Sheet of Spicer including Assets, Liabilities, Surplus, Cumulative Preference Stock, 1928

29

30

Underwriters’ Meeting in regards to Cumulative and Preference Stocks dealing with Purchase Contract, 1946

29

31

“Zero to Sixty: A Monthly Review of Automotive Related Stocks”, 1984

Subseries D: Other Financial & Legal Files

29

32

Acquisition Files, 1995

29

33

Financial and Development Resources, n.d.

29

34

Miscellaneous Financial Items, 1974-2003

Subseries E: Patents

29

35

Patent Material, 1903-1930

29

36

Patent Material, 1914

29

37

Patent Material, 1916 

29

38

Patent Material, 1924

29

39

Patent Material, 1925

29

40

Patent Material, 1926

29

41

Patent Material, 1927

29

42

Patent Material, 1932

29

43

Patent Material, 1936-1939

29

44

Patent Material, 1940-1949

29

45

Patent Material, 1950-1962

29

46

Patent Material, 1973

29

47

Patent Material, 1976-1999

Subseries F: Stock Materials

29

48

Cumulative Preference Stock, Spicer, 1929, 1933

29

49

Optional Stock Dividend Policy, 1979

29

50

Shareholder Relation- Recommended Offers, 1978

29

51

Stock Certificates, 1955-1974

29

52

Stock Certificates, n.d

†38

n/a

Stock Certificates, 1919-1931, 1960-1966, 1950-1960, 1963-1966

†39

n/a

Stock Certificates, 1919-1929, 1929-1931, 1956-1960

†40

n/a

Stock Certificates, 1954-1956

Box

Folder

Series 3: Advertising & Marketing Files
Subseries A: Advertisements

41

1

Ads, various, 1910, 1920

41

2

Ads, various, 1910-1929

41

3

Ads, various, 1930s

41

4

Ads, various, 1940s

41

5

Ads, various, 1940s

41

6

Ads, various, 1944-1945

41

7

Ads, various, 1946

41

8

Ads, various, 1947

41

9

Ads, various, 1948

41

10

Ads, various, 1949

41

11

Ads, various, 1950s

41

12

Ads, various, 1950-1953

41

13

Ads, various, 1954-1956

41

14

Ads, various, 1957-1959

41

15

Ads, various, 1960

41

16

Ads, various, 1962

41

17

Ads, various, 1963

41

18

Ads, various, 1964-1965

41

19

Ads, various, 1967-1969

41

20

Ads, various, 1970-1973

41

21

Ads, various, 1975-1977

41

22

Ads, various, 1979

41

23

Ads, various, 1980

41

24

Ads, various, 1981

41

25

Ads, various, 1983-1984

41

26

Ads, various, 1987

41

27

Ads, various, 1988-1989

41

28

Ads, various, 1991

41

29

Ads, various, 1992-1993

41

30

Ads, various, 1994-1995

41

31

Ads, various, 2000

41

32

Ads, various, n.d

†272

n/a

Chevrolet Rear Axle Positraction Ad, n.d.

41

33

Community Service Ads, 2000

†44

n/a

Cover Ad for “Spicer Presents” booklet, 1944

†45

n/a

Spicer Ad Boards, 1925-1947

†46

n/a

Spicer Ads, Framed, 1924

41

34

Trade Ads, 1957-1962

Subseries B: Brochure Materials

41

35

Brochure Production Files, 1961

41

36

Brochure Production Files, 1967-1974

41

37

Brochure Production Files, 1978

41

38

Brochure Production Files, 1979

41

39

Brochure Production Files, 1981-1982

41

40

Brochure Production Files, 1991

41

41

Brochure Production Files, 1992

41

42

Brochure Production Files, 1995

41

43

Brochure Production Files, 1996

41

44

Brochure Production Files, 1996-1997

41

45

Brochure Production Files, 1997

41

46

Brochure Production Files, 1998

41

47

Brochure Production Files, 1998

41

48

Brochure Production Files, 1998-1999

41

49

Brochure Production Files, n.d

Subseries C: Drafts & Proofs

42

1

Drafts, 1940s

42

2

Drafts, 1947

42

3

Drafts, 1948

42

4

Drafts, 1949

42

5

Drafts, 1976

42

6

Drafts, 1977

42

7

Drafts, 1980

42

8

Drafts, 1981

42

9

Drafts, 1982

42

10

Drafts, 1981-1983

42

11

Drafts, 1984

42

12

Drafts, 1985

42

13

Drafts, 1986

42

14

Drafts, 1987

42

15

Drafts, 1987

42

16

Drafts, 1988

42

17

Drafts, 1988

42

18

Institutional and Products Ad Proofs, 1956-1957

Subseries D: Marketing Correspondence & Administration

42

19

Advertising List, n.d.

42

20

Corporate Advertising Department, 1986, n.d.

42

21

Marketing, 1978-1979

42

22

Marketing, 1980

42

23

Marketing, 1983

42

24

Marketing, 1984

42

25

Marketing, 1986

42

26

Marketing, 1987

42

27

Marketing, 1988

42

28

Release Forms, 1981

Subseries E: Public/Press Relations

42

29

Coordinated Ad Program, n.d.

42

30

Coordinated Ad Program, n.d.

42

31

Press Folder, 1996

43

1

Public Relations, 1971-1975

43

2

Public Relations, 1972-1976

43

3

Public Relations, 1981

43

4

Public Relations, 1989

43

5

Public Relations, 1990

43

6

Public Relations, 1991

43

7

Public Relations, 1993

43

8

TV Campaign, 1979

Subseries F: Scrapbooks

†47

n/a

Print Ads, 1911-1986

†48

n/a

Print Ads, 1911-1986

†49

n/a

Print Ads, 1930s, 1942, 1963-1964, 1979

†50

n/a

Print Ads, 1956-1970

†51

n/a

Print Ads, 1957-1963

†52

n/a

Print Ads, 1957-1964

†53

n/a

Print Ads, 1957-1970

†54

n/a

Print Ads, 1957-1975

†55

n/a

Print Ads, 1957-1978

†56

n/a

Print Ads, 1959-1970, n.d.

†57

n/a

Print Ads, 1963-1977

†58

n/a

Print Ads, bound & loose, 1955-1957

†59

n/a

Print Ads,  drafts, n.d.

†60

n/a

Print Ads, exhibit boards, 1999

Box

Folder

Series 4: Print Publications
Subseries A: Books, Booklets, & Scrapbooks

 

Books

†61

1

Automobile: A Century of Progress, SAE Historical Committee, 1997

†61

2

The Automobile From Steam to Gasoline, Enzo Angelucci & Alberta Bellucci, 1975

†61

3

The Big Book of Caterpillar, Robert N. Pripps, 2000

†61

4

Century on Wheels: The Story of the American Auto Industry, Edward Miller, 1987

†61

5

Charley Teetor’s Home Town, Charles Teetor, 1994

†62

1

The Dana Family in America, Elizabeth Ellery Dana, 1956

†63

n/a

The Ford Century, Russ Bonham, 2002

†62

2

First Fifty Years of Clark Equipment, Clark Equipment Company, 1953

†62

3

Full Steam Ahead: JI Case Tractors And Equipment 1842-1955, Vol. 1, David Erb and Eldon Brumbaugh, 1993

†62

4

John Deere’s Company: A History of Deere and Company and Its Times, Wayne G. Broehl Jr. 1984

†64

1

The Legend of Ingersoll-Rand, Jeffrey L. Rodengen, 1995

†65

n/a

Mack: Driven for a Century, John Heilig, 1999

†64

2

Master of Precision, Henry M. Leland, 1996

†66

n/a

The Morcott Decade, 1990-1999

†64

3

One Man’s Vision: The Life of Automotive Pioneer Ralph R. Teetor, Marjorie Teetor Meyer, 1995

†64

4

People Finding a Better Way: The Dana Heritage, The History Factory, 1995

†64

5

The Power of a Story: Voices of Prudential and Its People, Arthur F. Ryan, 2001

†67

1

The Proud Heritage of AGCO Tractors, Norm Swinford, 1999

†67

2

The Story of the Dana Corporation, Chuck Hartlage, 2004

†67

3

Those Wonderful Old Automobiles, Floyd Clymer, 1958

†67

4

Trucking in America: Moving the Goods: A Nostalgic Reflection on the Rigs That Rolled the Roads of America in the Glory Years of Truck History, Ron Kowalke, 1995

†67

5

100 Years of Semi-Trucks, Ronald G. Adams, 2000

†68

1

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, 1995

†68

2

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, 1995

†68

3

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, 1995

†68

4

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, 1995

†68

5

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, includes audiocassettes, 1995

†68

6

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, negatives and transparencies, 1995

†68

7

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, photographs and scans, 1995

†68

8

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, slides, 1995

†68

9

“History of the Chrysler/American Motors Merger”, booklet, 1987

†69

n/a

Heritage Resource Management Program Files for the publication of the Dana History book, Automotive News, 1993

†69

n/a

100 Years of the Automobile, 1886-1986, Marco Ruiz, 1984

 

Booklets

70

1

“Accelerating Vehicular Innovation: Technologic”, 2002

70

2

“Chronology of the Automobile Industry: A Historical Memorandum”, 1939

70

3

Corporate Identification Guide, n.d.

70

4

“Customer 101”, 1994

70

5

Dana Booklets, n.d.

70

6

Dana Booklets, n.d.

70

7

“Dana: A World of Solutions”, 1992, 1998

70

8

“Spicer Driveshaft Global Perspective”, n.d.

70

9

“Ren McPherson: Nothing Works Like People”, Homer Brickey, 2010

70

10

“Road Race Round the World, Revised Edition”, Robert Jackson, 1977

70

11

“Spicer Clutch Division”, Dana Corporation, 1978

70

12

“Spicer Presents,” 1944

70

13

“Spicer Propeller Shaft for Motor Cars,” n.d.

70

14

Technical Center, 1973, 1981

70

15

“The Dana Foundation”, 1950-1960

70

16

“The Dana Story”, 1978-1979

70

17

“The Horseless Age,” 1895

70

18

“Toward the Year 2000”, Draft, 1970s

70

19

“Toward the Year 2000”, Draft, 1973, 1977-1979

70

20

“Toward the Year 2000,” n.d.

70

21

“Turning Power into Progress Around the World,” 1973-1977

70

22

War Time Material, 1940s

70

23

“We’ve Come a Long Way: 50 Years of Progress”, n.d.

 

Scrapbooks

†71

n/a

Financial News clippings, 1920-1929 – The text block has pulled away from the cover.

†72

n/a

Scrapbook, 1930s

†73

n/a

Scrapbook, 1953-1963

†74

n/a

Scrapbook, 1960-1967

†75

n/a

Scrapbook, 1963-1970

†76

n/a

Scrapbook, 1967-1968

†77

n/a

Scrapbook, 1968-1970

†78

n/a

Scrapbook, 1969-1971

†79

n/a

Scrapbook, 1971-1972

†80

n/a

Scrapbook, 1973

†81

n/a

Scrapbook, 1974

†82

n/a

Scrapbook, 1975

†83

n/a

Scrapbook, 1975

†84

n/a

Scrapbook, 1976

†85

n/a

Scrapbook, 1976

†86

n/a

Scrapbook, 1977

†87

n/a

Scrapbook, 1978

†88

n/a

Scrapbook, 1978-1979

†89

n/a

Scrapbook, 1980

†90

n/a

Scrapbook, 1981-1982

†91

n/a

Scrapbook, 1983-1984

†92

n/a

Scrapbook, 1984-1985

†93

n/a

Scrapbook, 1986-1987

†94

n/a

Scrapbook, 1987-1988

†94

n/a

Scrapbook, 1988

†95

n/a

Scrapbook, 1988-1989

†95

n/a

Scrapbook, 1989

†96

n/a

Scrapbook, 1989-1991

†96

n/a

Scrapbook, 1990-1991

†97

n/a

Scrapbook, Dana Heritage, 2004

†97

n/a

Scrapbook, Dana Heritage, 2004

†98

n/a

Scrapbook, Powr-Lok, 1956-1959 – Scrapbook pages are loose.

Subseries B: Catalogs & Manuals

99

1

Caruncho: Productos Para Automaciòn, n.d.

99

2

Casa Peña: Juntas de Calidad, n.d.

99

3

Cortiris: Juntas de Para Motor, 1970

99

4

Coordinated Components for Power Transmission, 1984

99

5

Dana Spicer: Needle Bearing Universal Joints, 1960

99

6

Data Guide, 1966

99

7

Donit: Base Materials for Printed Circuits, n.d.

99

8

Donit: Cu Cart, n.d.

99

9

Elring: Compact Program, 1975

99

10

Gelenkwellenbau Universal Shafts, 1987

99

11

Glaenzer-Spicer, n.d.

99

12

Manual de Especificaciones: Motores de Combustiòn, 1969

99

13

Meillor: Les Joints Meillor, n.d.

99

14

Najico, 1991, 1995

99

15

Payen Gaskets, n.d.

99

16

Replacement Parts for Volkswagen, 1974

99

17

Roger – Listado de Precios Juntas, n.d.

99

18

Roger – Manual Tècnico Retenes

99

19

Spesso  Guarnizioni Sector, 1969

99

20

Spicer Axles, 1972, 1976

99

21

Spicer Axle Maintenance Manual, 1968-1970

99

22

Spicer Maintenance Manual, 1979

99

23

Spicer, 1980

99

24

Spicer Manufacturing General Parts Catalog & Price Lists, n.d.

99

25

Spicer Manufacturing Needle Bearing Joints, 1934

99

26

Spicer Manufacturing Needle Bearing Universal Joints, 1933, 1941-1946

99

27

Spicer Manufacturing Service Manual, Parts Catalog, & Price Lists, 1937

99

28

Spicer Manufacturing Service Manual & Parts Catalog, 1946

99

29

Spicer Power Train Components, 1971

100

1

Spicer Superseding List for Universal Joints, 1982

100

2

Spicer – The Universal Joint Specialist, 1956-1962

100

3

Spicer Transmissions, 1966, 1972

100

4

Spicer Universal Joints, 1965-1971

100

5

Spicer Universal Joint Couplings for Industrial Applications, 1981

100

6

Spicer Universal Joint Kit Catalog, 1976

100

7

Spicer Universal Joint Kit, 1943, 1965

100

8

Tesnilka Filter, n.d.

Subseries C: Clippings

 

Articles

100

9

Articles, 1899,1917,1926,1938,1939

100

10

Articles, 1952-1959

100

11

Articles, 1960-1969

100

12

Articles, 1971-1974

100

13

Articles, 1975-1979

100

14

Articles, 1980

100

15

Articles, 1981

100

16

Articles, 1982-1983

100

17

Articles, 1986-1989

100

18

Articles, 1992-1995

100

19

Articles, 1996

100

20

Articles, 1997

100

21

Articles, 1998

100

22

Articles, 1999

100

23

Articles, 2000

100

24

Articles, 2001

100

25

Articles, 2002

100

26

Articles, 2003

100

27

Articles, 2004

100

28

Articles, 2005

100

29

Articles, n.d

100

30

“Auto Magic”, Alfred Magazine, 2004

100

31

“Innovation by Design”,  2002

 

Magazines

100

32

“Automotive Hall of Fame 1939-1991”, Automotive Record, 2004

100

33

Automotive Industries, 1995

†110

n/a

Automotive News, 1963-1964

100

34

Corporate, 1976

†111

n/a

Dana Clippings, 1968-1973

†112

n/a

Dana Clippings, 1974-1979

†113

n/a

Dana Clippings, 1980-1981

†114

n/a

Dana World, 1970-1972

100

35

Focus, 2004

100

36

Forbes, 1997

100

37

Fortune, 1981-1982

100

38

Life: 100 Years of the Automobile in America, 1996

101

1

Motor Age, 1976

101

2

Roll N Wheels, 1974

101

3

S.A.E Journal, 1940

101

4

Truck, 1992- 1994

101

5

Truck, 1995-1996

101

6

Truck Quarterly, 1976

101

7

Truck Quarterly, 1977

101

8

Truck Quarterly, 1978

101

9

Truck Quarterly, 1979

101

10

Truck Quarterly, 1980

101

11

Truck Quarterly, 1993-1997

101

12

Wheels of Time, 1994

 

Newspaper

101

13

“Dana Corporation First Quarter 1997 Clip Report”, 1997

101

14

Dana clippings, 1978-1981

101

15

Dana clippings, 1991-1992

101

16

Dana clippings, 1993

101

17

Dana clippings, 1994

101

18

Dana Media Coverage Results & Analysis, 1997

101

19

Dana Media Coverage Results & Analysis, 1997

101

20

Dana Media Coverage Results & Analysis, 1997

101

21

Dana Weekly clippings, 1995

101

22

Dana Weekly clippings, 1995

101

23

Dana Weekly clippings, 1995

†115

n/a

Marion Leader Tribune & The Marion Chronicle, 1952 – There are some tears along creases of newspapers.

101

24

Newspaper clippings, 1924, 1928-1929

101

25

Newspaper clippings, 1929-1932

101

26

Newspaper clippings, 1934

101

27

Newspaper clippings, 1945-1949

101

28

Newspaper clippings, 1951- 1952

101

29

Newspaper clippings, 1955- 1956

101

30

Newspaper clippings, 1960- 1969

101

31

Newspaper clippings, 1971-1977

101

32

Newspaper clippings, 1978

102

1

Newspaper clippings, 1979

102

2

Newspaper clippings, 1980

102

3

Newspaper clippings, 1981

102

4

Newspaper clippings, 1982

102

5

Newspaper clippings, 1982

102

6

Newspaper clippings, 1983- 1986

102

7

Newspaper clippings, 1987-1988

102

8

Newspaper clippings, 1991-1999

102

9

Newspaper clippings, 2001-2004

102

10

Newspaper clippings, 2008

102

11

Newspaper clippings, 2009

102

12

Newspaper clippings, 2012

102

13

Newspaper clippings, n.d

†114

n/a

Newspaper clippings, 1990-1999

†116

n/a

Spicer Unit News, 1972, 1977-1981

Subseries D: Event Publications

102

14

American Ordinance Association, 1951

102

15

Appreciation Party, 1955

102

16

A Big Day At Dana’s Test Track: S.A.E Program, 1970

102

17

Centennial Celebration, 2004

102

18

Charles Dana 75th Birthday Party, 1956

102

19

Charles Dana 80th Birthday Party, 1961

102

20

Dana Anniversary Party, 1954

102

21

Dana Audit Staff 25th Reunion, 1977

102

22

Dana Credit Corporation World Headquarters, groundbreaking ceremony, 1995

102

23

Dana Day, 2004

102

24

Dana Management Golf Tournament, 1956-1959

102

25

Dana Pro-Am Program, 1987

102

26

Dana 100th Anniversary Files, 2003

102

27

Dinner Program for the 12th Annual Dinner of the Merchants & Manufacturers Association of the Toledo Club, 1930

102

28

Frank Voss, 1971, 1975-1976

102

29

Global Presidents’ Group Meeting, 1997

102

30

Guide: Special Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Issue, Channel 30, 1985

102

31

Hell Week, 1973-1974

102

32

National Antique Truck Show, 1996

102

33

Navy Day, 1941

102

34

Production Award to Spicer Manufacturing, 1942

102

35

Proposal for Dana Corporation 90th Anniversary, n.d

102

36

Report on Dana Corporation, 1963-1967

102

37

Retirement Party, 1958

102

38

Retirement Party, 1959, 1960

102

39

S.A.E: National Passenger Car Body & Materials Meeting, 1954

102

40

Spicer Minstrels, 1924

102

41

Spicer Quarter Century Club, 1945

102

42

Spicer, Silver Anniversary Year 1904-1929

102

43

Spicer Transmission Division, open house, 1974

102

44

Spicer Universal Joint Division Open House, Toledo, 1977 Lima, 1978

102

45

The Energy Crunch, 1973

102

46

40th Anniversary, Spicer Manufacturing, open house, 1944

102

47

25 Years, Spicer Driveshaft Division, Lima, Ohio, 1970-1995

102

48

100th Anniversary of the Dana Corporation, 2004

102

49

100th Anniversary of the Dana Corporation, Reprint of Blade Articles, 2004

102

50

2000 Malcolm Baldrige Award Winner, 2000

Subseries E: Newsletters

103

1

The Atkins Journal, 1991-1994

103

2

Axle Action, 1972-1973

103

3

Axle Action, 1974-1975

103

4

Axle Action, 1976-1977

103

5

Axle Action, 1978-1979

103

6

Axle Action, 1980-1981

103

7

Axle Action, 1981-1982

103

8

Axle Action, 1983-1991

†117

n/a

Better Transmissions & Drive Line, 1941-1943

103

9

The Blue Diamond Review, 1993

103

10

The Boston Informer, 1995

103

11

The Carrier, 1957-1964

103

12

The Carrier, 1971-1975

103

13

The Carrier, 1977-1978

103

14

The Carrier, 1979-1982

103

15

The Center Section, 1994-1995

103

16

Circle Talk, 1981

103

17

Contact, 1973, 1994

103

18

Communique, 1977

103

19

Dana Clippings, 1980

103

20

Dana Communications, 1982

103

21

Dana Communications, 1983

103

22

Dana Communications, 1984

103

23

Dana Communications, 1985

103

24

Dana Communications, 1986

103

25

Dana Communications, 1987

103

26

Dana Communications, 1988

103

27

Dana Communications, 1989

103

28

Dana Communications, 1990

103

29

Dana Communications, 1991

103

30

Dana Communications, 1992

103

31

Dana Communications, 1993

103

32

Dana Communications, 1994

103

33

Dana Communications, 1995

103

34

Dana Communications, 1996

103

35

Dana Communications, 1997

103

36

Dana Communications, 1998

103

37

Dana Communications, 1999

103

38

Dana Communications, 2000

103

39

Dana Communications, 2001

103

40

Dana Communications, 2002

103

41

Dana Communications, 2003

103

42

Dana Communications, 2004

103

43

Dana Communications, 2005

103

44

Dana Communications, French, 2002-2003

103

45

Dana Communications, German, 2002-2003

103

46

Dana Communications, Italian, 2002-2003

103

47

Dana Communications, Portuguese, 2002-2003

103

48

Dana Communications, Spanish, 2002-2003

103

49

The Dana Data, 1975-1976

103

50

Dana Digest, 1960

103

51

Dana Digest, 1960-1961

103

52

Dana Digest, 1961

103

53

Dana Digest, 1961-1962

103

54

Dana Digest, 1962

103

55

Dana Digest, 1962-1963

103

56

Dana Digest, 1963

103

57

Dana Digest, 1963-1964

103

58

Dana Digest, 1964

103

59

Dana Digest, 1964-1965

103

60

Dana Digest, 1965

103

61

Dana Digest, 1966

103

62

Dana Digest, 1967

103

63

Dana Digest, 1968

103

64

Dana Digest, 1969

103

65

Dana Digest, 1970

103

66

Dana Digest, 1971

103

67

Dana Digest, 1972

103

68

Dana Digest, 1973

103

69

Dana Digest, 1974

103

70

Dana Digest, 1975

103

71

Dana Digest, 1976

103

72

Dana Digest, 1977

104

1

Dana Digest, 1978

104

2

Dana Digest, 1979

104

3

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 1, 1960-1961

104

4

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 2, 1961-1962

104

5

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 3, 1962-1963

104

6

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 4, 1963-1964

104

7

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 5, 1964-1965

104

8

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 6, 1965-1966

104

9

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 7, 1966-1967

104

10

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 8, 1967-1968

104

11

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 9, 1969

104

12

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 10, 1970-1971

104

13

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 11, 1971-1972

104

14

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 12, 1972-1973

104

15

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 13, 1974-1975

104

16

Dana Digest (bound), Volume 14, 1975-1976

104

17

Dana Dimensions, 2006-2007

104

18

Dana Dimensions, 2008-2009

104

19

Dana Doings, 1977-1982

104

20

Dana Legal News, 1990-1995

104

21

Dana Legal News, 1996-1999

104

22

Dana Legal News, 2000

104

23

Dana People, 1994

104

24

Dana Prop Shaft News, 1959-1964

104

25

Dana’s Southern Side, 1982

105

1

The Depot Dispatch, 1977-1980

105

2

Diamond’s Point, 1979

105

3

Diamond Chips, n.d.

105

4

The Distributor Quarterly, n.d.

105

5

Drive Line, 1935-1936

105

6

Drive Line, 1937

105

7

Drive Line, 1941

105

8

Drive Line, 1944-1946

105

9

Drive Line, 1947-1949

105

10

Drive Line, 1950

105

11

Drive Line, 1951

105

12

Drive Line, 1952

105

13

Drive Line, 1953

105

14

Drive Line, 1954

105

15

Drive Line, 1956-1957

105

16

Drive Line, 1958

105

17

Drive Line, 1959

105

18

Drive Line, 1960

105

19

Drive Line, 1961

105

20

Drive Line, 1962

105

21

Drive Line, 1963

105

22

Drive Line (bound),  1944-1945

105

23

Drive Line (bound), 1946-1948

105

24

Drive Line (bound), 1949-1951

105

25

Drive Shaft, 1919

105

26

Drive Shaft, 1920

105

27

Drive Shaft, 1923

105

28

Drive Shaft, 1924

105

29

Drive Shaft, 1925

105

30

Drive Shaft, 1926

105

31

Drive Shaft, 1927

105

32

Drive Shaft (bound), 1917-1918

105

33

Drive Shaft (bound), 1917-1920

105

34

Drive Shaft (bound), 1918-1920

106

1

Drive Shaft (bound), 1923-1924

106

2

Drive Shaft (bound), 1923-1924

106

3

Drive Shaft (bound), 1925-1927

106

4

Drive Shaft (bound), 1935-1937

106

5

The Driving Force, 1989

106

6

Employees In Motion, 1994-1995

106

7

Foothills Footnotes, 1994

106

8

The Forging Flash, 1978

106

9

Gas-ETTE: The Weatherhead, 1951

106

10

Grapevine, 1975

106

11

Grapevine, 1976

106

12

Grapevine, 1977

106

13

HI-Gear, 1977

106

14

HI-Gear, 1978

106

15

HI-Gear, 1979

106

16

HI-Gear, 1980

106

17

HI-Gear, 1981

106

18

HI-Gear, 1982

106

19

HI-Gear, 1983

106

20

HI-Gear, 1984

106

21

HI-Gear, 1985

106

22

HI-Gear, 1986-1987

106

23

Hillsdale Pumper, 1978

106

24

Inside DSD, 1992

106

25

Lancaster Harvest, 1995

106

26

Marion Prop Shaft News, 1957-1959

106

27

Mobility Trends, 1972

106

28

The Motorscope, 1975-1977

106

29

News Bulletin, 1977-1985

106

30

Nexus, 1994-1997

106

31

People Talk, 1977-1978

106

32

Power Train Topics, 1968-1971

106

33

Profile, 1995

106

34

The Punch Line, n.d.

106

35

The Scoop, 1995

106

36

Shifting Gears, 1995-1996

106

37

Shifting News, 1993

106

38

Shop Talk, 1994

106

39

Spicer Heavy Vehicle Update, 1993-1994

106

40

The Spicer Journal, 1952

106

41

Spicer Unit News, 1944-1948

106

42

Spicer Unit News, 1951-1952

106

43

Spicer Unit News, 1953-1954

106

44

Spicer Unit News, 1955-1956

106

45

Spicer Unit News, 1957-1958

106

46

Spicer Unit News, 1959-1960

106

47

Syracuse Plant, 1980

106

48

Syracuse Signal, 1982-1988

106

49

Syracuse Signal, 1989-1993

106

50

Syracuse Signal, 1995

106

51

Team Challenger, 1993

106

52

Transmission Talk, 1968-1970, 1974

106

53

The Universal Joint Journal, 1968-1975

106

54

UP Front, 1978-1980

107

1

Vinita Boston Weatherhead, 1995

107

2

World Trader, 1977-1983

107

3

Yankee Clipper, 1980

Subseries F: News Releases

107

4

Announcements, 1982-1986

107

5

Announcements, 1989-1992

107

6

Announcements, 1994-1995

107

7

Announcements, 1996-1998

107

8

News Releases, 1958-1960

107

9

News Releases, 1965-1970

107

10

News Releases, 1971

107

11

News Releases, 1972

107

12

News Releases, 1973

107

13

News Releases, 1974

107

14

News Releases, 1974

107

15

News Releases, 1975-1978

107

16

News Releases, 1979-1980

107

17

News Releases, 1981

107

18

News Releases, 1982- 1983

107

19

News Releases, 1984-1985

107

20

News Releases, 1985-1986

107

21

News Releases, 1987-1988

107

22

News Releases, 1989

107

23

News Releases, 1990

107

24

News Releases, 1991

107

25

News Releases, 1992

107

26

News Releases, 1993

107

27

News Releases, 1994

107

28

News Releases, 1995

107

29

News Releases, 1995

107

30

News Releases, 1996

108

1

News Releases, 1996

108

2

News Releases, 1997

108

3

News Releases, 1998

108

4

News Releases, 1999

108

5

News Releases, 2000

108

6

News Releases, 2001

108

7

News Releases, 2002

108

8

Press Releases, 1964-1966

108

9

Press Releases, 1967-1968

108

10

Press Releases, 1969

108

11

Press Releases, 1970

108

12

Press Releases, 1971-1973

108

13

Press Releases, 1989-1990

108

14

Press Releases, 1994

108

15

Press Releases, 1995

108

16

Press Releases, 1996

108

17

Press Releases, 1997

108

18

Press Releases, 1997

108

19

Press Releases, 2004

Subseries G: Product Publications

108

20

Brochures, 1919

108

21

Brochures, 1920-1921

108

22

Brochures, 1925-1927

108

23

Brochures, 1930-1934

108

24

Brochures, 1949

108

25

Brochures, 1955

108

26

Brochures, 1957

108

27

Brochures, 1960

108

28

Brochures, 1961

108

29

Brochures, 1962-1963

108

30

Brochures, 1964

108

31

Brochures, 1965

108

32

Brochures, 1966

108

33

Brochures, 1967

108

34

Brochures, 1967-1980

108

35

Brochures, 1968

108

36

Brochures, 1969

108

37

Brochures, 1971

108

38

Brochures, 1972

108

39

Brochures, 1973

108

40

Brochures, 1974

108

41

Brochures, 1975

108

42

Brochures, 1977

108

43

Brochures, 1978

108

44

Brochures, 1979

108

45

Brochures, 1980

108

46

Brochures, 1981

108

47

Brochures, 1983

108

48

Brochures, 1984

108

49

Brochures, 1985

108

50

Brochures, 1986

108

51

Brochures, 1988

109

1

Brochures, 1989

109

2

Brochures, 1991-1992

109

3

Brochures, 1993

109

4

Brochures, 1994

109

5

Brochures, 1996-1997

109

6

Brochures, 1998

109

7

Brochures, 1998-1999

109

8

Brochures, 2004-2005

109

9

Brochures, n.d.

109

10

Brochures, n.d.

109

11

Bulletins, No. 34-44, 1926-1931

109

12

Bulletins, No. 45-47, 1928-1929

109

13

Bulletins, No. 50-59, 1931

109

14

Bulletins, No. 61-68, 1931-1932

109

15

Bulletins, No. 70-78, 1933-1934

109

16

Bulletins, No. 82-89, 1933-1934

109

17

Bulletins, No. 90-98, 1934-1935

109

18

Bulletins, No. 105-121, 1935-1939

109

19

Bulletins, No. 133-149, 1937-1938

109

20

Bulletins, No. 153-177, 1939-1946

109

21

Bulletins, No. 185-205, 1941-1945

109

22

Bulletins, No. 231-242, 1945-1953

109

23

Bulletins, No. 311-600, 1950s

109

24

Bulletins, No. 1201-1210, 1964-1969

109

25

Burrelle’s TV Clips, 1982-1983

109

26

Dana Corporation Product Card, 1970s

109

27

Dana Information and Decision Systems: CCTV Files, 1971-1974

109

28

Dana Information and Decision Systems: CCTV Files, 1971-1974

109

29

Dana Information and Decision Systems: CCTV Files, n.d.

109

30

Dana: Products, Systems, and Services, 1987

109

31

Drafts and Notes for Dana World Trade, n.d.

109

32

Handbooks, 1977

109

33

Heavy Truck Axle Management Portfolio, 1979

109

34

Hotline Bulletin, 1984

109

35

List of 814 Passenger Cars Made in United States, including model years 1897 to 1946, n.d.

109

36

“Love Poem to the Perfect Dana Woman” Gary Potok, n.d

109

37

Pamphlets, n.d.

109

38

“Powerflo: The Self-Operating Clutch”, Spicer, 1932

109

39

Service Guides, 1980

109

40

Service Guides, 1983

109

41

Spicer Clutches, 1961

109

42

Spicer Drive Model 3, 1936

109

43

Spicer Parts Price List, 1924

109

44

Spicer Universal Joints Price Lists, 1905-1910

109

45

Spicer Universal Joints Price Lists, 1912-1920

109

46

Supervisor’s Action Bulletin, n.d

Subseries H: Other Miscellaneous Publications

 

Magazines, Loose Pages

†118

n/a

Auto Products, Rene McPherson, 1970

†118

n/a

Automotive News: Ford 100, 2003

†118

n/a

Automotive News: 25 Years of American Manufacturing, 2004

†118

n/a

Corporate University Review: At Dana Corporation, 1997

 

Newsletters, Loose Pages

†118

n/a

Magic Circle, 1969, 1995

†118

n/a

Opinhao Dana, 2004

 

Books

†118

n/a

The American Farm Tractor, Randy Leffingwell, 2002

†118

n/a

The SAE Story: One Hundred Years of Mobility, Robert C. Post, 2005

†118

n/a

TRW: A Tradition of Innovation 1901-2001, Timothy C. Jacobson, 2001

Box

Folder

Series 5: Biography & History Files
Subseries A: Biographical Files

 

Carpenter, Ralph

119

1

Articles/News clippings, 1939

119

2

Awards, 1945, 1950, 1953, 1955, n.d.

119

3

Correspondence, 1944, 1946

119

4

Speeches, 1950s

 

Dana, Charles

119

5

Articles/News clippings, 1937-1999

119

6

Automotive Record, 1939-1991

119

7

Biography, 1963-1977

119

8

Correspondence, 1920-1961

119

9

Memorabilia, 1956-1975

119

10

Pedigree chart, 1994

119

11

Spicer Manufacturing Corporation, proxy, 1929

119

12

Speeches, 1942, 1954

119

13

Stock Certificate, Plainfield Manufacturing Company, 1929

 

Dana, Eleanor

119

14

Articles/News clippings, 1978, 1982, n.d.

119

15

Correspondence, 1961

 

Dana, Norma

119

16

Magazine Club J.O.B. Honor, 1995

 

Decker, Don M.

119

17

Biography, 1991

 

Fairhurst, William M.

119

18

Articles, 1973-1976

119

19

Biography, 1967-1980

119

20

Correspondence, 1944, 1966-1974

 

Gustafson, Stanley W.

119

21

Biography, 1965-1983

119

22

Correspondence, 1965-1972

119

23

Speeches, 1976

 

Kaufman, Von R.

119

24

Biography, 1961

 

Lane, John E.

119

25

Biography, 1968, 1979

 

Martin, John

119

26

Articles/News clippings, 1953-1977

119

27

Biography, 1963-1977

119

28

Correspondence, 1959-1970s

119

29

Speeches, 1954-1966, n.d.

 

Mazziotti, Philip J.

119

30

Biography, 1981

 

McPherson, Rene

119

31

Articles/Booklets, n.d.

119

32

Articles/News clippings, 1970-1992

119

33

Articles/News clippings, 1970-1992

119

34

“Golden Plate” award, 1974

119

35

“Management Man of the Year ‘75” award, 1975

119

36

Biography, 1979-1986

119

37

Correspondence, 1979-1991

119

38

Election to President & CEO of Dana, 1966-1968

119

39

“Living Legends”, 1991

119

40

Miscellaneous, 1973-1986

119

41

News Releases, 1978-1979

119

42

“Remembering Rene McPherson”, n.d.

119

43

Speeches, 1972-1979

 

Melick, Louis Z.

120

1

Biography, 1957-1961

 

Miller, Jim R.

120

2

Biography, 1961-1968

 

Minshall, Drex

120

3

Biography, 1964-1980

 

Miscellaneous Biographies

†121

n/a

Biographical Sketches of the Members of the Presidents Group, 1982-1988

 

Mitchell, Gerry

120

4

Articles/News clippings, 1968-1987

120

5

Articles/News clippings, 1970-1989

120

6

Biography, 1968-1984

120

7

Correspondence, 1976-1978

120

8

Interview transcript, n.d.

120

9

Memos, 1978-1986

120

10

News Releases, 1968-1982

120

11

Speeches, 1974, 1981

 

Morcott, Southwood

120

12

Biography, 1990-1998

120

13

Book, The Story of the Brown Brothers Limited, presented to Morcott by Brian Ferguson, 1989

 

Phelps, Orville

120

14

Biography, 1966-1976

 

Prebe, William F.

120

15

Biography,  1976

 

Schomburg, William

120

16

Biography, 1979

 

Spearing, Edward

120

17

Biography, 1977-1978

 

Spicer, Clarence

120

18

Articles, 1939-2004

120

19

Biography, n.d.

†122

n/a

Statement of Appreciation and Sympathy by the Society of Automotive Engineers regarding the death of Clarence Spicer, 1939

120

20

“Tubing Manufacture”, 1934

 

Voss, Frank

120

21

Articles, 1970-1979

120

22

Correspondence, 1958-1960

Subseries B: Company & Industry Histories

120

23

A Step Toward the Future, n.d.

120

24

Dana by Facility Division, 1966

120

25

Dana Corporation 1904-1959, Reynolds & Company, 1959

120

26

Dana Corporation: Worldwide Design, Manufacture and Marketing of Systems for the Transmission and Control of Power, 1971

120

27

Dana Historical Timeline, 1904-2004

120

28

Dana Journey, 1992

120

29

Development of the Dana Corporation, 1957

120

30

First Nighters at the Cafeteria, 1952

120

31

Highlights: Milestones, 1902-1989

120

32

History of the Dana Corporation, 1954

120

33

History of the Dana Corporation, Paul Keiser, 1961

120

34

The History of the Dana Corporation, 1969

120

35

History of Spicer Transmission Management Association, 1980

120

36

List of Manufacturers Using Spicer Joints, n.d.

120

37

Our Majority, Spicer Universal Joints (3 copies), 1925

120

38

Spicer Manufacturing Corporation, 1916-1919, n.d.

120

39

Spicer Project, Dave Snyder, n.d.

120

40

Thumbnail Sketch of Dana Corp. History, n.d.

120

41

“Turning Power into Progress for 75 Years”, 1978

Subseries C: Historical Documents

†122

n/a

Engineering Drawing of an Automobile Stem by Clarence Spicer, 1902

†123

n/a

First Spicer Journal, 1905-1909

120

42

Patent, Original to Clarence Spicer, Casings for Universal Joints, 1903

120

43

Patent to Clarence Spicer, Liquid Fuel Burner, 1903

120

44

Patent, “SPICER” Trademark with US Patent Office, 1939

120

45

Spicer Manufacturing Company, First Mortgage, 1914

120

46

Spicer Universal Joint Manufacturing Company, Bonds, 1891-1905

†124

n/a

Universal Joint Sketch/Blueprint Book, “J.W.B Pearce” on cover, 1916-1932

120

47

Western Union Telegram, Noting Gasket used on Lindbergh Flight, 1927

Box

Folder

Series 6: Plant Files

 

Chelsea

125

1

25th Anniversary, 1970

 

Churubusco Distribution Center

125

2

 “Dana Data”, 1978-1980

 

Columbia CV

125

3

 “CV Connection”, 1943

 

Convel

125

4

Convel, 1959-1960, 1979, 1981-1982

 

Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St.

125

5

Blueprints/Maps, 1970s

125

6

Dana Corporate Headquarters Relocation Files, 1969

125

7

Dana Corporate Headquarters Relocation Files, 1970-1971

125

8

Dana Corporation Building Tour, 1974, 1991-1992

125

9

Display, 1974-1976

125

10

Display, 1975-1977

125

11

Displays at Corporate Headquarters, 1970s

 

Encorse

125

12

Encorse Plant, 1956

 

Fort Wayne, IN

125

13

Aircraft Gear Division, 1950s

125

14

Aircraft Gear Division, 1952-1954

125

15

Blueprints, 1910

125

16

Plant, 1956-1971

125

17

25th Anniversary, 1970

 

Hillsdale

125

18

Agreement, 1951-1969

125

19

Correspondence, 1950s-1970s

125

20

Correspondence, 1950s-1970s

125

21

Plant, 1915-1944

125

22

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1936-1939

125

23

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1940

125

24

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1941

125

25

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1942-1944

125

26

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1945-1946

125

27

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1947

125

28

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1950

125

29

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1951

125

30

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1952

125

31

Verification of Past Service for Pension, 1953

 

Marion

125

32

Manufacturing Division Open House, 1952, 1954

125

33

Plant, 1950s-1970s

125

34

25th Anniversary, 1951-1976

 

Miscellaneous Files

125

35

Blueprints, 1930s

125

36

General Files, 1950s, 1980s, 2000s

125

37

Industry Week’s Best PlantsProfiles, 1966-2002

125

38

Maps, 1880s, 1906

 

Pottstown

125

39

Plant, 1953-1994

125

40

Plant Tour, 1959

125

41

25th Silver Anniversary, 1944, 1950

125

42

50th Anniversary, 1969

125

43

75th Anniversary, 1994

 

Regional Driveshaft Center

126

1

Regional Driveshaft Center, 1993-1994

 

South Plainfield

126

2

South Plainfield, 1899, 1917, 1926, n.d.

126

3

South Plainfield, 1919-1926

126

4

South Plainfield, 1920-1930

126

5

 “Architectural Work Plan”, 2006

126

6

“Draft Historic Places Significance Evaluation”, 2006

 

Spicer Manufacturing Company

126

7

Spicer Manufacturing Company, 1926, 1929

 

Technical Center

126

8

Technical Center, 1969-1973, 1982

 

Toledo Plant

126

9

Toledo Plant, 1928-1929

126

10

Toledo Plant, 1960-1966

126

11

Toledo Plant, 1974-1979

126

12

Zoning Plans, 1969-1976

 

Truck Test Center

126

13

Truck Test Center, 1970

 

Turbo Products Division

126

14

Turbo Products Division, 1974-1976

 

Williams Plant

126

15

Williams Plant, 1980-1986

 

Dana Corporation

†127

n/a

Facilities Manual, 1967

†128

n/a

Facilities Manual, 1968

 

Plant Publications (Bound)

†129

n/a

1952-1953

†130

n/a

1954-1955

†131

n/a

1956-1957

†132

n/a

1958-1959

†133

n/a

1958-1959

Box

Folder

Series 7: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials
Subseries A: Audiocassettes

†134

n/a

Charles Dana’s 75th Birthday, Toledo, and 80th Birthday, New York City, 1956 and 1961

†134

n/a

Charles Dana’s 80th Birthday, New York City, 1961

†134

n/a

Interviews for “Charles Dana: 50 Years of Service”, 1964

†135

n/a

Dana Corporation Image Radio, 1998

†135

n/a

Interviews conducted by WJR Detroit for Business Biography featuring Woody Morcott, 2000.  Interviewees included:
Ambassador London
Baylor, Ben
Billy the Preacher
Ferguson, Brian
Fowler, Robert III
Kuykendall, John
LeSueur, Donna
Magliochetti, Joseph
Mitterbauer, P.
Morcott, Cindy
Morcott’s Aunt and Uncle
Poling, Harold “Red”
Stevenson, John
Thatcher, Dennis

†135

n/a

Manual Transmission Maintenance, n.d.

†135

n/a

Noisemakers, n.d.

†136

n/a

Oral history interviews conducted by the History Factory for the Dana historical publication, 1994-1995.  Recorded on microcassette.  Interviewees included:
Behrer, Zeca
Dana Europe
Daneri, Omar
Eterovic, Chedo
Graper, Frank
Hirsch, Carl
Kolivosky, Mike
Reed, Doug
Reimer, Birge
Russell, Gary
Spicer, Wilfred
Shultz, Ed
Voss, Frank
Victor Reinz

†135

n/a

Spicer Angle Spring Clutches, n.d.

Subseries B: Audio & Video on CDs/DVDs

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Joe Magliochetti, November 2002

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Joe Magliochetti, January 2003

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Joe Magliochetti, March 2003

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Joe Magliochetti, May 2003

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Joe Magliochetti, August 2003

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Mike Burns, April 2004

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Mike Burns, May 2004

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Mike Burns, September 2004

†137

n/a

CEO Message with Mike Burns, December 2004

†137

n/a

Charles Dana audio, n.d.

†137

n/a

Charles Dana, 50 Years of Service, May 22, 1964

†137

n/a

The Dana Style with Woody Morcott, 1999

†137

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 7, No. 1, February 2005

†137

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 7, No. 3, October 2005

†137

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 7, No. 4, December 2005

†137

n/a

Highlights of Dana Day, August 28, 2004

†137

n/a

A Man of Many Stories: The Voice of Charles Dana, 1956 (reproduced 2004)

Subseries C: Film

†138

n/a

“Complex Business of Keeping It Simple”, n.d.

†138

n/a

“What is Dana?”, n.d.

Subseries D: Videocassette

 

Betacam SP (Large)

 

Events

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #1, 1993

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #2, 1993

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #3, 1993

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #1, 1994

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #2, 1994

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #3, 1994

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #4, 1994

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #1, 1995

139

n/a

Dana Ottawa Group Meetings, #2, 1995

139

n/a

The World of Woody Morcott, 2000

139

n/a

Beyond 2000, Issue 1, January 1999

139

n/a

Beyond 2000, Issue 2, 1999

139

n/a

Beyond 2000, Issue 3, October 1999

139

n/a

Beyond 2000, Issue 4, March 2000

139

n/a

Beyond 2000, Issue 5, June 2000

139

n/a

Beyond 2000, Issue 6, October 2000

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2001

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 8, June 2001

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 9, October 2001

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 10, February 2002

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 11, April 2002

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 12, July 2002

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 13, October 2002

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 14, January 2003

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 15, May 2003

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 16, October 2003

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 17, December 2003

139

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 18, March 2004

140

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 19, May 2004

140

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 20, July 2004

140

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 21, October 2004

140

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 22, February 2005

140

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 23, May 2005

140

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 24, October 2005

140

n/a

Forklift Wireless Computer Training, March 2006

 

Events

140

n/a

A Different Frame of Mind: Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity & Dana Corp Build a Home for the Lira Family, 2004

140

n/a

Dana Day Highlights, 2004

140

n/a

Ottawa Lake Group Meeting, Tape 1, 1993

140

n/a

Ottawa Lake Group Meeting, Tape 2, 1993

140

n/a

Ottawa Lake Group Meeting, Tape 3, 1993

140

n/a

Ottawa Lake Group Meeting, Tape 4, 1993

140

n/a

Ottawa Lake Group Meeting, Tape 5, 1993

140

n/a

The Dana Story, 2000, 2002

140

n/a

Dream Warriors: Charles Dana & Clarence Spicer, 2004

140

n/a

“The Gentle Man”: A Tribute to Joe Magliochetti, 2003

140

n/a

Magliochetti, Joseph, B-Roll, 2001

140

n/a

Remembering Joe Magliochetti Annual Meeting, 2004

140

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview, North Port, FL, #1, 1995

140

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview, North Port, FL, #2, 1995

†141

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview, North Port, FL, #3, 1995

†141

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview, North Port, FL, #4, 1995

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production, B-Roll of Dana Corporation, 1999

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production, B-Roll of Horse, 2000

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production, B-Roll of Town, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Baylor, Ben, Interviews 1 and 2, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Ferguson, Brian, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Fowler Sisters, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Kuykendall, John, Interviews 1-3, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Lader, Philip, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, LeSueur, Donna, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Magliochetti, Joe, Interviews 1 and 2, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Mitchell, Gerry, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Mitterbauer, Peter, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Morcott, Cindy, 2000

†141

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Morcott Sisters, Interviews 3 and 4, 2000

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Poling, Harold “Red”,  2000

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Stevenson, John, 2000

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Thatcher, Sir Denis, 2000

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Voss, Frank, 2000

†142

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Wade, Billy, Interviews 5 and 6, 3000

 

Miscellaneous

†142

n/a

ASG Update with Bill Carroll, 2002

†142

n/a

Dana Diversity Introduction with Joe Magliochetti, 2001

†142

n/a

The Dana Dynasty 2000 Motorsports Racing, 2000

†142

n/a

Ford Technology Review: Spicer Clutches Presentation, 1995

†142

n/a

Mike Burns Open Standards of Business Conduct, 2004

†142

n/a

Motorsports 1999 Racing, 1999

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #1, 1989

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #2, 1989

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #3, 1989

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #1, 1991

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #2, 1991

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #3, 1991

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #1, 1992

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #2, 1992

†143

n/a

Ottawa Lakes Group Meeting, #4, 1992

†142

n/a

Robo-Clamp for 2001 PACE Finalist Award, 2001

†142

n/a

Supplier Appreciation, 1999

†142

n/a

Taking Stock in Dana, Investors Video, 2000

†144

n/a

Beyond 2000, Volume 1, Issue 1, 1999

†144

n/a

Beyond 2000, Volume 1, Issue 2, 1999

†144

n/a

Beyond 2000, Volume 1, Issue 3, 1999

†144

n/a

Beyond 2000, Volume 2, Issue 1, 2000

†144

n/a

Beyond 2000, Volume 2, Issue 2, 2000

†144

n/a

Beyond 2000, Volume 2, Issue 3, 2000

†144

n/a

DanaVision: “Getting Connected”, 1999

†144

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 3, Issue 1, February 2001

†144

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2001

†145

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 3, Issue 3, October 2001

†145

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 4, Issue 1, February 2002

†145

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 4, Issue 2, April 2002

†145

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 4, Issue 3, July 2002

†145

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 4, Issue 4, October 2002

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 4, Issue 4, October 2002

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 5, Issue 1, January 2003

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 5, Issue 2, May 2003

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 5, Issue 3, October 2003

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 5, Issue 4, December 2003

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 6, Issue 1, March 2004

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 6, Issue 2, May 2004

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 6, Issue 3, July 2004

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 6, Issue 4, November 2004

†146

n/a

FOCUS, Volume 7, Issue 1, February 2005

†147

n/a

Capturing Opportunity, 2001

†146

n/a

Dana Day: Welcome to Toledo, 2004

†147

n/a

Dana Global Trade, 2000

†146

n/a

A Different Frame of Mind: Maumee Valley Habitat for Humanity & Dana Corp Build a Home for the Lira Family, 2004

†147

n/a

Global Communications Meeting, 1999

†147

n/a

Global Communications Meeting, 2000

†147

n/a

Global Communications Meeting: Delivering High Performance, 2002

†147

n/a

Industry Week’s Best Managed Companies Awards Ceremony, Raw Footage, n.d.

†147

n/a

Jerry Knapik Retirement Party, 1999

†147

n/a

Management Briefing Seminar #6, 2003

†147

n/a

Ottawa Meeting, 1995

†147

n/a

Roundtable – Global Marketplace, 1998

†147

n/a

Senior Management Meeting with Carl Hirsch Reflections, 1997

†147

n/a

Tokyo Motor Show, Dana Booth, 1987

 

History & Tributes

†149

n/a

Acceptance Speech by Joe Magliochetti, Raw Footage, n.d.

†149

n/a

Celebrating 100 Years, Millions of Ideas, 2004

†149

n/a

Dana, Charles Jr., Interview Tapes 1-4, 1995

†149

n/a

The Dana Story, 1997 (including Spanish version), 1999, 2000, 2002

†148

n/a

“The Gentle Man”: A Tribute to Joe Magliochetti, 2003

†149

n/a

“The Gentle Man”: A Tribute to Joe Magliochetti, 2003

150

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview Part 1, 1995

150

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview Part 2, 1995

150

n/a

Spicer, Wilfred, Interview Part 3, 1995

150

n/a

“Woody Morcott, CEO”,  Dana Canada, Inc., 2000

150

n/a

The World of Woody Morcott, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production, B-Roll, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production, B-Roll of Horse, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Baylor, Ben, Interviews 1 and 2, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Ferguson, Brian, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Fowler, Robert, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Fowler, Robert (part of Sisters Interview), 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Kuykendall, John, Interviews 1 and 2, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Lader, Philip, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, LeSueur, Donna, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Millener, Lucy and Day Kennon (part of Sisters Interview), Interviews 1-3, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Mitterbauer, Peter, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Mitchell, Gerry, 2000

†148

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Morcott, Cindy, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, [Morcott] Sisters Interview, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Poling, Harold “Red”, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Stevenson, John (Canada), 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Thatcher, Sir Denis, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Voss, Frank, 2000

150

n/a

World of Woody Morcott Production Interviews, Wade, Billy, 2000

 

Miscellaneous

150

n/a

Chrysler’s Campo Largo Plant, Brazil, 1998

150

n/a

Dana Automotive Aftermarket Group, New Beginnings, New Opportunities, 1998

150

n/a

The Dana Dynasty 2000 Motorsports Racing, 2000

150

n/a

Dana Style, 1999

150

n/a

Hummer with Hydra 6K, 1998

150

n/a

Managing Facilities in the Dana Style Standards of Business Conduct, Joe Magliochetti, n.d.

150

n/a

Operation Phoenix – Disaster Recovery, 1999

150

n/a

Tekonsha, n.d.

 

News/TV Spots

150

n/a

American Trucking Report, 1996

150

n/a

Announcement of the Appointment of Michael Burns as Dana CEO and President, Dana News Conference, 2004

150

n/a

Autoline Detroit, Joe Magliochetti, 2001

150

n/a

Bloomberg Forum, Woody Morcott on CNBC, n.d.

150

n/a

“Daimler-Chrysler Merger”, News Beat at Eleven, 1998

150

n/a

Dana Ad Spots, Dana Corporation, 1997

150

n/a

“Dana Corporation”, News at Six, 1998

150

n/a

“Dana-Echlin Merger”, 13 Action News at 6:00, 1998

150

n/a

“Dana-Echlin Merger”, Cable, Detroit and New Haven Coverage, 1998

150

n/a

“Dana-Echlin Merger”, News 24, 1998

150

n/a

“Dana Names Michael Burns”, Hart Associates, Channel 12, 11, and 36, 2004

150

n/a

“Dana Opens Center in Maumee”, Hart Associates, Channel 12, 11, 24, and 36, 2004

150

n/a

“Dana’s 100th Birthday”, 13 Action News at 5:30, WTVG-TV (ABC) Toledo, 2004

150

n/a

“Lean Manufacturing”, The New Economy, CNN Business Owensboro, 2000

150

n/a

Nation’s Business Today Special on Rene McPherson, n.d.

150

n/a

Woody Morcott Interview, CNN Pinnacle, 1997

150

n/a

Woody Morcott on the Cavuto Business Report, CNN Business Unusual, n.d.

Subseries E: Photos on CDs/DVDs

†152

n/a

Annual Report Images, 1999-2003

†151

n/a

Centennial Book, Miscellaneous Files, Patents and Images from St. Catherine’s, n.d.

†151

n/a

Corporate Communications Historic Images, Chuck Hartlage (includes scanned copies and database prints of images), 2004

†151

n/a

Dana Centennial Images 1-2, 2004

†152

n/a

The Dana Centennial Music Fest July 24, 2004

†151

n/a

Dana Corporation Image Collection, 2004

†152

n/a

Dana Day Event, 2004

†152

n/a

Dana Facilities: Amer, Lima, Marion, and Pontiac, n.d.

†152

n/a

Dana Gala Party Event 100th Anniversary, 2004

†152

n/a

Dana Music Fest, 1-3 (includes printouts of photos), 2004

†152

n/a

Heavy Axle and Suspension Images, n.d.

†151

n/a

Spicer Album J .tif and MS .doc files (includes backup CD), n.d.

†151

n/a

Spicer Album K-1 .tif and MS .doc files (includes backup CD), n.d.

†152

n/a

Spicer Driveshaft Division, Various Images and Plants, n.d.

†152

n/a

Spicer Driveshaft Malcolm Baldrige Award Winner Contest, 2000

Subseries F: Photographic Prints

 

Damaged Photographs - Damage appears to be from moisture and, in some cases, mold. Handle with care and keep separated.

153

1

Aircraft Gear, n.d.

153

2

Brown-Lipe, 1926, 1930s

153

3

Brown-Lipe, 1926, 1930s

153

4

Dana, Charles, n.d.

153

5

Dana, Charles, n.d.

153

6

Lansing Plant, n.d.

153

7

Miscellaneous People and Plants, n.d.

153

8

Miscellaneous People and Plants, n.d.

153

9

Miscellaneous WWII Events, 1940s

153

10

Parish, n.d.

153

11

Plants, Various, 1950s

153

12

Products, Various, n.d.

 

Employee Events

154

1

Application Acceptance at Pottstown Plant, 1976, 1978

154

2

Army E Navy Ceremony, 1940s

154

3

Army E Navy Ceremony, 1940s

154

4

Army E Navy Ceremony, 1940s

154

5

Army E Navy Ceremony, 1940s

154

6

Awards, n.d.

154

7

Baseball Game, 1926

154

8

Bicycle Race, Downtown Toledo, 1974

154

9

Congressman Dick Schultze visits Spicer Universal, Pottstown Plant, 1977

154

10

Dave Kalish Day, 1951

154

11

Employee BBQ Dinner, 1985

154

12

Employee Plays: Man From Mexico, 1916 and Too Much Johnson, 1919

†173

n/a

Employees and guests at Spicer dinner, framed, CD included, 1923

170

n/a

Framed photos of factories, executives, employees, and demonstrations, 1923, 1926, 1939, n.d.

171

n/a

Framed photos of speeches, plants, conferences, and employees, 1923, 1925, 1946, 1957

154

13

Motorcycle Outings, 1900-1920

154

14

Product Testing/Inspection, 1970

154

15

Whitehouse Fireman’s Banquet, 1973

154

16

Women’s Dinner Party, 1940

 

Executive Events

154

17

Anniversary Party, 1954, 2000

154

18

Christmas Party, 1935

154

19

Farewell Party, 1930, 1940s

154

20

Golf Outing, 1936, 1938-1939, n.d.

†181

n/a

Golf Outing, 1938

154

21

Golf Outing, 1950s

154

22

Golf Outing, 1950s

154

23

Golf Outing, 1951, 1956

154

24

Golf Outing, 1989

154

25

Grand Design Award, 1970s

†172

n/a

Induction of Clarence Spicer into the Automotive Hall of Fame, party, 1995

154

26

International Business Trip, 1982, n.d.

154

27

Labor Negotiations and Costing Workshops, 1979

154

28

Labor Negotiations and Costing Workshops, 1979

154

29

Labor Negotiations and Costing Workshops, 1979

154

30

Labor Negotiations and Costing Workshops, 1979

154

31

Luncheonette North Grand Opening, n.d.

154

32

Management Meeting, 1955-1962

154

33

Management Meeting, n.d.

154

34

Napa Regional Conference, Portland, OR, 1938

154

35

Ohio Governor Bob Taft’s Visit to New Dana Headquarters, 2003

154

36

Paris Motor Show, 1926-1953

155

1

Plant Tours, England, 1991

155

2

Relocation, 1970

155

3

Relocation, 1970

155

4

Safety Group Meeting, 1940

155

5

SAE Exposition, 1977-1979

155

6

Sales Conference, 1949

155

7

Spicer Meetings, 1944, n.d.

155

8

Spicer Outing, 1912

155

9

Supervisory Staff Dinner at Commodore Perry, 1944

155

10

Torque Converter Meeting, SAE, 1946

155

11

Unknown Event, Dana Headquarters Auditorium, 1970

 

Public Events

155

12

Display Records for Various Trade Shows, 1966-1969

155

13

Display Records for Various Trade Shows, 1967-1971

155

14

Display for LA Garbage Show, 1975

155

15

Displays for Spicer Show Booths, 1951

155

16

Displays for Various Trade Shows, 1933-1990s

155

17

Fire Demonstrations, 1958, 1968

155

18

Groundbreaking Ceremony, Greenville Fluid Drive Division, 1966

155

19

Groundbreaking Ceremony for Dana Headquarters, 1969

155

20

Groundbreaking Ceremonies, Miscellaneous, 1968, 1970

155

21

Groundbreaking Ceremony for New Korea Factory, 1973-1974

155

22

Marion Day Parade, 1952

†175

n/a

Miscellaneous games, open houses, parties, and other events (curled), 1950s

†176

n/a

Miscellaneous games, open houses, parties, and other events (curled), 1950s

155

23

Open House, 1944

155

24

Open House, n.d.

155

25

Open House, Pottstown and Lima, 1969, 1971 – FLIP 25 & 26

155

26

Opening Day, Dana Tech, 1970

155

27

Race Day, NASCAR, Talladega, AL, 1989

155

28

Racing Event with Johnny Rutherford, 1986

155

29

Trade Shows, 1930s-1950s

155

30

Trade Shows, 1989

†174

n/a

Various Shows, binder, 1987-1993

155

31

Welcome Address by Mayor Ed Willis for Weatherhead Division, n.d.

 

Employees

155

32

Employee and Visitor Photos of Nationwide Transport Spares Party Ltd., Australia, n.d.

155

33

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

155

34

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

155

35

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

155

36

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

1

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

2

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

3

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

4

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

5

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

6

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

156

7

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1980s

156

8

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1980s

156

9

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 1980s

156

10

Employee Photos for Annual Reports, 2000s

156

11

Employee Social Groups, Spicer Band, 1924

156

12

Employees and Staff of Turner Spicer, n.d.

156

13

Employees, Unidentified, 1912, 1919, n.d.

156

14

Employees, Unidentified, 1946

156

15

Employees, Unidentified, 1960s-1970s

156

16

Employees, Unidentified, n.d.

156

17

Factory Workers, 1902

156

18

Factory Workers, 1920s

156

19

Factory Workers, 1940s

156

20

Factory Workers, 1945

156

21

Factory Workers, 1950

156

22

Factory Workers, 1960

156

23

Factory Workers, 2001

156

24

Factory Workers, Spicer Transmission, 1973

156

25

Female Staff, 1940

156

26

Unidentified man, 1976

 

Executives

156

27

Carpenter, Ralph, n.d.

†177

n/a

Carpenter, Ralph, Tribute Album, n.d.

156

28

Dana, Charles and Clarence Spicer, 1910s

†178

n/a

Dana, Charles, 1940s

156

29

Dana, Charles, n.d.

156

30

Dana, Charles, n.d.

156

31

Dana, Charles, n.d.

†179

n/a

Dana, Charles, n.d.

†180

n/a

Dana, Charles, n.d.

156

32

Dana World Trade Group, n.d.

156

33

Drivetrain Service Division and Advisory Council, 1970, 1987

156

34

Executives, Miscellaneous, n.d.

157

1

Executives, Unidentified, 1920s-1940s

157

2

Executives, Unidentified, 1940s

157

3

Executives, Unidentified, 1950s

157

4

Executives, Unidentified, 1970s

157

5

Executives, Unidentified, 1970s-1990s

157

6

Executives, Unidentified, n.d.

157

7

Fairhurst, William, n.d.

†181

n/a

Group Photos, 1910s-1920s, 1950s, 1970s

†182

n/a

Group Photos, 1910s-1940s

†183

n/a

Group Photos, 1910s-1960s

157

8

Group Photos, Power Equipment Division, 1973

157

9

Group Photos, President’s Group, 1982-1992

157

10

Group Photos, Spicer Quarterly Century Club, 1950, 1952

157

11

Group Photos, Stakeholders, n.d.

157

12

Gustafson, Stan, n.d.

157

13

Hardy, E.J., n.d.

157

14

Hayes, C.B., 1910, 1960

157

15

Historic Figures in Automobile Industry, n.d.

†184

n/a

Large, Exhibit Mounted Photos of Charles Dana, Clarence Spicer, Plants, Ads, and Employees, n.d.

157

16

Lemon, Robin, n.d.

157

17

Magliochetti, Joseph, n.d.

157

18

Management Biography Book, n.d.

157

19

Management Biography Book, n.d.

157

20

Management Group, 1966

157

21

Martin, John, n.d.

157

22

Martin, John, n.d.

157

23

Martin, John, n.d.

157

24

McPherson, Rene, Auto Accident, 1970

157

25

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

157

26

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

1

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

2

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

3

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

4

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

5

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

6

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

7

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

158

8

Melick, Louis, n.d.

158

9

Mitchell, Gerry, n.d.

158

10

Morcott, Southwood, n.d.

158

11

Pallett, W.G., n.d.

†185

n/a

Spicer, Clarence, 1910s

158

12

Spicer, Clarence, n.d.

158

13

Voss, Frank, n.d.

Cabinet
9

Drawer
K

White House Reception, Delegates to Motor Industries, Inc. Conference, Washington, D.C., November 12, 1925

158

14

Zingsheim, E.W., 1936

158

15

Zink, Howard

 

Places

†186

n/a

Aerial photo of unidentified plant, 1969

158

16

AGIC, n.d.

158

17

Aircraft Gear Division, n.d. – Some photos are stuck together.

158

18

Annecy, France, n.d.

158

19

Auburn Division, n.d.

158

20

Auburn Division, n.d.

158

21

Auburn Division, n.d.

158

22

Birfield, n.d.

158

23

Birmingham Ltd., n.d.

158

24

Bound Book Bearings Company, 1951

158

25

Churubusco, n.d.

158

26

Dana Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St., Aerial Views, n.d.

†187

n/a

Dana Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St., Construction, binder, 1977-1978

159

1

Dana Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St., n.d.

159

2

Dana Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St., n.d.

159

3

Dana Corporate Headquarters on Dorr St., n.d.

159

4

Dana Distribution Center, n.d.

159

5

Dana Offices, Various, n.d.

159

6

Dana Parts Division, 1958

159

7

Dana Plant, unidentified, n.d.

159

8

Dana Tech Center, n.d.

159

9

Dana Tech Center, n.d.

159

10

Dana Tech Center, n.d.

159

11

Dana University, n.d.

159

12

Detroit Division, 1940s-1950s

159

13

Engine Products Division, 1975

159

14

Engineering and Science Building, 1970

†188

n/a

Exterior photo of unidentified plant, 1940s

159

15

Fort Wayne, IN, n.d.

159

16

Fort Wayne, IN, n.d.

159

17

Fort Wayne, IN, n.d.

159

18

Gear Cutting Division, n.d.

159

19

Hardy Spicer, n.d.

†189

n/a

Hardy-Spicer, Kenworth Motor Truck Company, n.d.

159

20

Hillsdale, n.d.

159

21

Hillsdale, n.d.

159

22

Hillsdale, n.d.

159

23

Hillsdale, n.d.

159

24

Hillsdale, n.d.

159

25

Hillsdale, n.d.

159

26

Hillsdale, Historic Image of Street Scenes, 1920s

159

27

Houma, LA Plant, 1949

159

28

Industrial Furnaces Heat Treat Department, n.d.

159

29

Intertruck Limited Training School, n.d.

159

30

Lartex, n.d.

159

31

Laycock Engineering, 1950s

159

32

Marion Plant, 1930s, 1950s

159

33

Marion, Spicer Universal, n.d

†190

n/a

Miscellaneous facilities, including Bennett Rd., binder, 1960s-1990s

159

34

Montgomery Plant, Kershaw Axles, 1974

159

36

Plainfield, 1915, 1920s-1930s

160

1

Pottstown, 1919, 1940, 1950

160

2

Pottstown, n.d.

160

3

Pottstown, n.d.

160

4

Pottstown, n.d.

160

5

Pottstown, n.d.

160

6

Pottstown, n.d.

160

7

Regional Engineering Center, 1980s

160

8

ROC-Spicer Machine Shop, n.d.

160

9

Societè Glaenzer, Spicer, 1940s-1950s

160

10

Spicer Manufacturing Corporation, 1920s

160

11

Spicer Transmission Division, 1930s

160

12

Spicer Transmission Division, 1940s-1950s

160

13

Spicer Transmission Division, 1960s-1970s

160

14

Spicer Transmission Division, n.d.

160

15

Test Truck Center, 1970s

160

16

Toledo, 1920s-1930s

160

17

Toledo, 1950s

160

18

Toledo, 1980s

160

19

Toledo, n.d.

†191

n/a

Unidentified Plant, binder of photos, 1925

†192

n/a

Unidentified Plant, binder of photos, n.d.

160

20

Unidentified Plants, 1910s-1920s

160

21

Unidentified Plants, 1924

160

22

Unidentified Plants, 1925

160

23

Unidentified Plants, 1925

160

24

Unidentified Plants, 1930-1940

160

25

Unidentified Plants, 1950s

160

26

Unidentified Plants, 1950s

161

1

Unidentified Plants, 1950s

161

2

Unidentified Plants, 1950s

161

3

Unidentified Plants, 1960s

161

4

Unidentified Plants, 1970s

161

5

Unidentified Plants, 1980s

161

6

Unidentified Plants, n.d.

161

7

Various Places, n.d.

161

8

Various Places, n.d.

†193

n/a

Various Plants and Divisions, 1930s, n.d. – Some items are rolled tightly, so handle with care.

161

9

Weatherhead Division, n.d.

 

Products – Automobiles

161

10

The Allman Company, UPI Pictorial Research Project, 1963

161

11

Arteledge Transfer, n.d.

161

12

Automobiles, 1900-1924

161

13

Automobiles, 1900-1929

161

14

Automobiles, 1903-1905

161

15

Automobiles, 1908-1911

161

16

Automobiles, 1940s-1950s

161

17

Automobiles, 1960s

161

18

Automobiles, 1990s

161

19

Automobiles, photocopies, 1894-1973

161

20

Dana Performance Run Car, 1970

161

21

Hardy Spicer Truck, 1900-1930

161

22

Jeep, 1978

161

23

Mack Trucks, n.d.

161

24

Sunbeam Silver Bullet, 1930

161

25

“Toward the Year 2000”, Photocopies, n.d.

161

26

Trucks, 1920s-1970s, n.d.

 

Equipment

161

27

Equipment, 1940s-1990s

†195

n/a

Excavator, n.d.

161

28

Forklifts, n.d.

161

29

Half-Trac, 1941

161

30

John Deere, Lawn Mower, 1997

161

31

Tractors, 1940, n.d.

161

32

Tractor Trailers, 1900s-1940s

 

Miscellaneous

161

33

Airplanes, 1940, n.d.

161

34

Bike Project, 1970s

161

35

Brown Motorcycle, 1910

161

36

CCTV Product, n.d.

161

37

Dana Brands, n.d.

161

38

Formula One Race Car, n.d.

161

39

Golf Carts and Parts, 1950

161

40

NASCAR Dodge Ram, 1997

161

41

Other, documentation, 1909

161

42

Other, products, n.d.

162

1

Railway Cycle and Inspection cars, 1899

162

2

Satellite in Space, n.d.

162

3

Swedish Ship, 1950s

162

4

Test Chambers/Demos, n.d.

162

5

Trains, 1930s

 

Parts

162

6

Products and Parts, 1910s

162

7

Products and Parts, 1920s

162

8

Products and Parts, 1920s

162

9

Products and Parts, 1920s

162

10

Products and Parts, 1930s

162

11

Products and Parts, 1930s

162

12

Products and Parts, 1940s

162

13

Products and Parts, 1950s

162

14

Products and Parts, 1960s

162

15

Products and Parts, 1970s-1980s

162

16

Products and Parts, 1990s

162

17

Products and Parts, n.d.

162

18

Products and Parts, n.d.

162

19

Products and Parts, n.d.

162

20

Products and Parts, n.d.

 

World War II

162

21

Airplanes, 1940s

162

22

Amphibian Vehicles, 1940s

162

23

Army Trucks, 1940s

162

24

Army Trucks, 1940s

162

25

Army Trucks, 1940s

162

26

British Valentine Trucks, 1940s

162

27

Half Truck Scout Cars, 1940s

162

28

Gears for Army Trucks, 1940s

163

1

Jeep, 1940s

163

2

M-5 High Speed Tractor, 1940s

163

3

M-39 Studebaker Army Weasel, 1940s

163

4

Tank Transmission Parts, 1940s

163

5

Water Buffaloes, 1940s

163

6

Water Buffaloes, 1940s

163

7

Water Buffaloes, 1940s

163

8

Watercraft, 1940s

Subseries G: Negatives & Slides/Transparencies

 

Negatives – Events

163

9

Army E Navy Awards, 1940s

163

10

Conferences/Meetings, 1938, 1944, 1953, 1985, n.d.

163

11

Dinner Parties, 1954, n.d.

163

12

Fairs, Displays, and Open Houses, 1950, 1952, 1960, n.d.

163

13

Farewell and Retirement Parties, 1930, 1941, 1953, 1954

163

14

Golf Outings, 1935, 1939, 1957, n.d.

163

15

Miscellaneous Employee Events, 1948-1949, n.d.

163

16

Spicer Parties, 1923, 1935

 

Negatives – People

†196

n/a

Binder of negatives from sales conferences, visitors, groups, meetings, and annual reports, 1973, 1978-1979 - Binder pages are sticky.

163

17

Carpenter, Ralph, 1942, 1949, 1954-1955, 1959

163

18

Dana, Charles, n.d.

163

19

Gustafson, Stan and T. Fairhurst, 1970, 1974, n.d.

163

20

Employee Photos for Annual Report, n.d.

163

21

Employee Photos for Annual Report, n.d.

163

22

Employees of Spicer, n.d.

163

23

Group Photos of Miscellaneous Employees, n.d.

163

24

Group Photos of Miscellaneous Executives, 1942, 1946, 1950, 1952

163

25

Magliochetti, Joseph and Jack Martin, 1970, 1974, 2000s, n.d.

163

26

McPherson, Rene, 1970, 1972, 1977, n.d.

163

27

Miscellaneous and Unidentified Executives, n.d.

163

28

Mitchell, Gerry and Southwood Morcott, n.d.

163

29

Spicer, Clarence, n.d.

163

30

Unidentified People, n.d.

 

Negatives – Places

163

31

Bennett Road and South Plainfield Spicer Plants, n.d.

163

32

Dana Corporation Technical Center and J.R. Miller Test Track, n.d.

163

33

Dana Headquarters on Dorr St., n.d.

163

34

Exterior Shots of Unidentified Plants, n.d.

163

35

Interior Shots of Unidentified Plants, n.d.

163

36

International Plants and Divisons, 2000, n.d.

163

37

Miscellaneous Plants and Divisions, n.d.

163

38

Pottstown, PA, 1969, n.d.

 

Negatives – Products

163

39

Automobiles, n.d.

163

40

Bike Project, 1970s

163

41

Brands, n.d.

164

1

Early Spicer Products, n.d.

164

2

Miscellaneous Vehicles, n.d.

164

3

Trucks, n.d.

164

4

Various Components/Products, n.d.

 

Negatives – Things

164

5

Advertisements and Graphics, n.d.

 

Slides/Transparencies – Events

164

6

Awards, n.d.

164

7

Conferences/Meetings/Presentations, 1981, 1983, 1986-1987

164

8

Conferences/Meetings/Presentations, 1994, n.d.

169

1

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: GM Type Constant Velocity (CV) Driveshaft Double Cardan, audiocassette, n.d.

169

2

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: GM Type Constant Velocity (CV) Driveshaft Double Cardan, literature, n.d.

169

3

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: GM Type Constant Velocity (CV) Driveshaft Double Cardan, slides, n.d.

169

4

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Application, audiocassette, n.d.

169

5

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Application, slides, n.d.

169

6

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Installation, audiocassette, n.d.

169

7

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Installation, literature, n.d.

169

8

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Installation, slides, n.d.

169

9

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Specifications, slides, n.d.

169

10

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Troubleshooting, audiocassette, n.d.

169

11

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Troubleshooting, literature, n.d.

169

12

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off Troubleshooting, slides, n.d.

169

13

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off What Is a Power Take-Off?, audiocassette, n.d.

169

14

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off What Is a Power Take-Off?, literature, n.d.

169

15

Dana Corporation Product Training Program: Power Take-Off What Is a Power Take-Off?, slides, n.d.

164

9

Groundbreaking Ceremonies/Dedications, n.d.

164

10

Miscellaneous Events, 1978, 1998, n.d.

 

Slides/Transparencies – People

164

11

Dana, Charles and Stan Gustafson, n.d.

164

12

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, 1970s

164

13

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, 2001

164

14

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

164

15

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

164

16

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

164

17

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

164

18

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

164

19

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

164

20

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

165

1

Employees Photos for Annual Reports, n.d.

165

2

Magliochetti, Joseph and Jack Martin, n.d.

165

3

McPherson, Rene, n.d.

165

4

Miscellaneous and Unidentified People, n.d.

165

5

Mitchell, Gerry, Southwood Morcott, and Clarence Spicer, n.d.

165

6

People Wall, Argentina, 1996

165

7

People Wall, Australia, 1996

165

8

People Wall, Austria, 1996

165

9

People Wall, Brazil, 1996

165

10

People Wall, China, 1996

165

11

People Wall, England, 1996

165

12

People Wall, France, 1996

165

13

People Wall, India, 1996

165

14

People Wall, Italy, 1996

165

15

People Wall, Italy, 1996

166

1

People Wall, Japan, 1996

166

2

People Wall, Korea, 1996

166

3

People Wall, Miscellaneous, 1996

166

4

People Wall, Miscellaneous 1996

166

5

People Wall, Queensland, 1996

166

6

People Wall, Spain, 1996

166

7

People Wall, Taiwan, 1996

166

8

People Wall, Thailand, 1996

166

9

People Wall, United States – New Ulm, MN, 1996

166

10

People Wall, United States – Milwaukee, WI, 1996

166

11

People Wall, Venezuela, 1996

166

12

People Wall, Venezuela, 1996

 

Slides/Transparencies – Places

166

13

Aerial Views of Miscellaneous Dana Locations, n.d.

166

14

Dana Headquarters on Dorr St., exteriors, n.d.

167

1

Dana Headquarters on Dorr St., exteriors, n.d.

167

2

Dana Headquarters on Dorr St., interiors, n.d.

167

3

Various Plants and Divisions, n.d.

 

Slides/Transparencies – Products

167

4

Automobiles, n.d.

167

5

Brand Marketing, 1994, n.d.

167

6

Miscellaneous Vehicles, n.d.

167

7

Production Line, 1993, n.d.

167

8

Trucks, 1908, 1986, n.d.

167

9

Vehicle Components, n.d.

 

Slides/Transparencies – Things

167

10

Advertisements, n.d.

167

11

Articles/Correspondence, 1954, 1955, 1982, n.d.

167

12

Bike Project, 1970s

167

13

Graphics, Brands and Products, n.d.

167

14

Graphics, Dana International Presentation, n.d.

167

15

Graphics, Presentations in Spanish, 1997

167

16

Graphics, Presentations, 1998

168

1

Graphics, Presentations, 1998

168

2

Graphics, Presentations, n.d.

168

3

Graphics, Presentations, n.d.

168

4

Graphics, Presentations, n.d.

†197

n/a

Transparencies of items to be used in promotional items, 1964

Subseries H: Artwork

 

People

198

1

Carpenter, Ralph, n.d.

198

2

Cartoon, Executives Dining Together, 1934

198

3

Martin, Jack, n.d.

198

4

Spicer, Clarence, 1954, n.d.

198

5

Thielander, Vince, n.d.

198

6

Various Dana Executives, n.d.

†199

n/a

Dana, Charles, n.d.

 

Places

198

7

Dana Tech Center, Artist Rendering, 1970

198

8

Dana Corporate Headquarters, Dorr St., Artist Rendering, 1969

198

9

Plants and facilities, n.d.

198

10

The Railway Cycle Manufacturing Company, n.d. – RG2?

†200

n/a

Plant, Spicer Manufacturing Company, Pottstown, n.d.

†201

n/a

Plant, unidentified, n.d.

†202

n/a

Plant, unidentified, n.d.

†203

n/a

Plant, unidentified, aerial sketch, n.d.

†204

n/a

Toledo City cartoon maps, 1980s-1990s

 

Products

198

11

Car/truck frames, n.d.

†194

n/a

Concept cars, drawings, 1910s

198

12

Machine parts, in album but not adhered, 1920s

198

13

Rail car generator drive, n.d.

198

14

Spicer’s steam car, n.d.

198

15

Universal joints, n.d.

 

Things

198

16

Logos, 1940s

198

17

Market symbols, 1986

198

18

Proof for Auto Show Week flyer, 1927

†205

n/a

Display/exhibit panels, n.d.         

206

n/a

Display/exhibit panels, n.d.

207

n/a

Display/exhibit panels, n.d.

208

n/a

Sketch of tractor; watercolor of Dana 100, n.d., 2004

Box

Folder

Series 8: Artifacts
Subseries A: Awards/Lucite Blocks/Plaques

209

1

Army E Navy Production Awards, 1942-1943

209

2

Framed Award, Dana’s 100th Anniversary Recognition by Ohio Senators, 2004

†210

n/a

General Assembly of the State of Ohio Honoring Dana on 100 Years, 2004

209

3

Joseph T. Deter’s Commendation, 2002

209

4

National Industrial Advertisers Association Award, 1941

†210

n/a

Plaque for Chrysler Marine Drive 90, n.d.

†211

n/a

Plaque for the Corporate Headquarters Groundbreaking, May 16, 1969

†212

n/a

Plaque from Habitat for Humanity in Appreciation for Dana’s Contribution to the Home Build for the Lira Family, 2004

†210

n/a

Plaque, “In Recognition for Your Support”, Performer “T” Roadster Program, n.d.

†213

1

Plaque, Letter from President George Bush in Regards to Dana’s 100th Anniversary, 2004

†213

2

Plaque, Recognition of Dana’s 100th Anniversary by Ohio Senators, 2004

†214

n/a

Plaque, Toledo Civic Hall of Fame, Charles Dana, 1881-1975, 2001

†215

n/a

Various Lucite blocks, including 50 years of Spicer, Dana Shares, and the Dana Style, n.d.

Subseries B: Events/Posters

†216

n/a

Chesapeake Dana Flag (survived Hurricane Isabel), 2003

†217

n/a

Corporate Headquarters Ground Breaking Shovel, n.d.

218

1

Dana Centennial T-shirt, 2004

218

2

Dana Day Passes, 2004

218

3

Dana Day Vehicle Show Magnet, 2004

218

4

Dana Music Fest Raffle Tickets, 2004

218

5

Dana 100th Anniversary Key Chain, 2004

218

6

Dana 100th Anniversary Pen, 2004

218

7

Dana 100th Anniversary Pins, 2004

218

8

Dana 100th Anniversary Stickers, 2004

218

9

Dana 100th Anniversary Temporary Tattoos, 2004

218

10

Mile Master, n.d.

218

11

“One Hundred Years, Millions of Ideas”, Calendar, 2004

218

12

Spicer 50th Anniversary Coins, 1954

218

13

Spicer Mutual Aid Society Ribbon, 1916

218

14

Third Annual Dana Ladies Weekend, Tote Bag, 1986

†219

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Plastic Display Car Cover, 2004

†220

n/a

Dana Banner, n.d.

†221

n/a

Dana Day Posters, 2004

†222

n/a

Dana Music Fest Autographed Banners, 2004

†223

n/a

Dana “People Finding a Better Way” Banner, n.d.

†224

n/a

Dana “People Finding a Better Way” Banner, n.d

†225

n/a

Dana Policies Poster, 1999

†226

n/a

Dana Standards of Business Conduct, 1997

†227

n/a

Dana 95th Anniversary, Blanket, 1999

†228

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Banner, 2004

†229

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Commemorative Banner, 2004

†230

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Commemorative Banner, 2004

†231

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Cookbooks, 2004

†232

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Promotional Posters, 2004

†233

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Promotional Posters, 2004

†234

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Promotional Posters, 2004

†235

n/a

Dana 100th Anniversary Promotional Posters, 2004

†236

n/a

Spicer 100th Anniversary wooden truck, 2004

†237

n/a

U.S. Flag & Certificate, 2004

†238

n/a

250th Consecutive Dividend Payment Banner, n.d.

Subseries C: Miscellaneous Artifacts

†239

n/a

Bike for Three Speed Transmission Project, 1970s

†240

n/a

Commemorative Spicer Driveshaft Desk Mat, 2004

†241

n/a

C.W. Spicer Notebook, leather bound, n.d.

†242

n/a

Cylindrical Gear Component, n.d.

†243

n/a

Dana Boards, formerly on display at Dorr St. Technical Show Room, 2003-2004

†244

n/a

Dana’s Principles of Productivity, n.d.

†245

n/a

Dana’s Principles of Productivity, framed, n.d.

†246

n/a

Dana Brands, exhibit photos, n.d.

†247

n/a

Display, Employee Incentives, “A Letter to Joe Mag”, n.d.

†248

n/a

Employee Clothing, n.d.

†249

n/a

The Factory That Made Spicer Famous, print mounted on wood, early 1900s – The print has been detached from the wood, resting only on the mount.  There are some tears in the print.  This is a very fragile item, so please handle with care.

†250

n/a

Miscellaneous Memorabilia, n.d. – Box contains some small, loose items.

†251

n/a

Miscellaneous Memorabilia, n.d. – Box contains some small, loose items.

252

1

Miscellaneous Memorabilia, Charles A. Dana nameplates, n.d.

252

2

Miscellaneous Memorabilia, Charles A. Dana quote, n.d.

252

3

Miscellaneous Memorabilia, Employee Badge, n.d.

252

4

Miscellaneous Memorabilia, Spicer Universal Joints box No. 1, n.d.

†253

n/a

“One Man’s Shadow”, Poem Tribute to Charles Dana by Edgar A. Guest, n.d.

†254

n/a

Spicer and Dana Lab Coats, n.d.

†255

n/a

Three Speed Transmission, 1970s

†256

n/a

Various Vehicle Components, n.d.

Series 5: Chelsea/Salisbury
Subseries A: Print Materials

257

14

Products, 1950s-1960s

257

15

Salisbury Axles, 1908, 1919, 1920, 1930s, 1979

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

12

Chelsea Salisbury Division, parts, locations, and employees, photographs, n.d.

†265

n/a

Salisbury Plant, binder of photographs, n.d.

261

13

Salisbury plant, photographs, 1920s

261

14

Salisbury Axle, photographs, 1910, 1923, 1945

Series 6: Clark Equipment Company
Subseries A: Print Materials

257

16

Clark Equipment Company, stock certificates, 1960s

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

15

Clark Autotram, photographs, 1933-1935

261

16

Clark Dump Tractor, photographs, 1920

261

17

Clark, employees, negatives, 1945, n.d.

261

18

Clark, plant, photographs, n.d.

261

19

Clark Tractors, photographs, 1925-1929

261

20

Clark Tractors, photographs, 1955

261

21

Clarktor Crane, photographs, 1928

Series 7: Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company

†266

n/a

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, catalog, 1950

257

17

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, 1951, 1953

257

18

Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, 1957, 1960, 1964, 1971, 2000

Series 8: Covert Gear Company

257

19

Covert Gear Company, n.d.

Series 9: Dana International

257

20

Europe-BJM, 1973-1974

257

21

Japan-Hino, 1995

257

22

Japan-ISUZU, 1995

257

23

Japan-Mitsubishi, 1995

257

24

Japan-Nissan, 1995

257

25

Japan-Nissan Diesel Motor Company, Ltd., 1995

257

26

Japan-Suzuki, 1995

257

27

Japan-Toyota, 1995

Series 10: Echlin

257

28

Annual Reports, 1977, 1981-1984

257

29

Annual Reports, 1986-1989

257

30

Annual Reports, 1990-1994

257

31

Annual Reports, 1995-1996

257

32

Echlin: Long Manufacturing Company, 1980s

257

33

Echlin Nobel Plastiques, 2003

258

1

The Legend of Echlin by Jeffery L. Rodengen, 1997

Series 11: Glacier

258

2

“Glacier Link”, 2003

Series 12: Gresen Manufacturing Company

258

3

Gresen Manufacturing Company, 1980s, 1993-1994

Series 13: Hartford Automotive Parts Company

258

4

Hartford Automotive Parts Company, 1920s

258

5

Hartford Purchase Agreement & Huck Axle Contracts, 1924

Series 14: Hayes-Dana
Subseries A: Print Materials

258

6

Annual Reports, 1964, 1974-1979

258

7

Annual Reports, 1980-1983

258

8

Annual Reports, 1984-1987

258

9

Annual Reports, 1988-1989

258

10

Annual Reports, 1990-1992

258

11

Annual Reports, 1993-1994

258

12

Hayes-Dana, 1970s, 1995

258

13

Hayes-Dana Administrative Files, 1980-1981

258

14

Quarterly Reports, 1971-1977, 1980, 1990-1992

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

22

Hayes, photographs, 1953

Series 15: Hayes Steel

258

15

Hayes Steel, 1958, n.d.

Series 16: Parish Pressed Steel
Subseries A: Print Materials

258

16

Parish, Hopkinsville Division, 1990

258

17

Parish Pressed Steel, 1953

258

18

Parish Pressed Steel, 1954

258

19

Parish Pressed Steel, 1955

258

20

Parish Pressed Steel, 1956

258

21

Parish Pressed Steel, 1957

258

22

Parish Pressed Steel, 1958

258

23

Parish Pressed Steel, 1959

258

24

Parish Pressed Steel, 1960

258

25

Parish Pressed Steel, 1961

258

26

Parish Pressed Steel, 1962

258

27

Parish Pressed Steel, 1963

258

28

Parish Pressed Steel, 1966

258

29

Parish Pressed Steel, 1969

258

30

Parish Pressed Steel, 1970

258

31

Parish Pressed Steel, 1999

258

32

Parish Pressed Steel, 1909-2003

258

33

Parish Pressed Steel, 1909-2003

258

34

Parish 50th Anniversary, 1955

258

35

Parish 90th Anniversary, 1905-1995

258

36

Parish, Reading Plant, n.d.

258

37

Parish Relocation Files, 1916-1935

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

23

Parish Division Employees, Forming Operation for Missile Warheads, photographs, 1959

261

24

Parish 90th Anniversary, photographs, 1905-1995

261

25

Parish, plants and employees, photographs, 1920s

261

26

Parish, plants and employees, photographs, 1940s

261

28

Parish, various locations, negatives, n.d.

261

29

Parish, various locations, employees, and operations, photographs n.d.

267

n/a

Plant, Parish Pressed Steel, Reading, sketch, n.d.

Subseries C: Artifacts

261

27

Parish patch, n.d.

†268

n/a

Parish 10th Anniversary Silver Plates

Series 17: Perfect Circle
Subseries A: Print Materials

259

1

Perfect Circle, 1952-1964, 1994

†269

n/a

Perfect Circle and Victor magazine ads, various, n.d.

259

2

Perfect Circle, engine bearings catalog/manual, 1965

259

3

Perfect Circle, engine parts catalog/manual, 1965

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Prints

261

30

Perfect Circle, factory workers, photographs, n.d.

261

34

Perfect Circle unidentified men, photographs, n.d.

Subseries C: Artifacts

261

31

Perfect Circle, Ladies Day, comb and mirror, 1980

261

32

Perfect Circle, patch and pins, n.d.

261

33

Perfect Circle, 2 in 1 piston ring set, box, n.d.

Series 18: The Phosphor Bronze Company Limited
Subseries A: Print Materials

259

4

The Phosphor Bronze Company Limited, production brochure, 1937

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

35

Phosphor Bronze plant, photograph, n.d.

Series 19: Plumely Companies

259

5

Plumely Companies, 1993-2003

Series 20: Raybestos-Manhattan Incorporation

259

6

Raybestos-Manhattan Incorporation, n.d.

Series 21: Sheldon Axle Company

259

7

Sheldon Axle Company, n.d.

Series 22: Slater Systems Incorporation

259

8

Slater Systems Incorporation, 1958

Series 23: Snead Company

259

9

Snead Company, 1919-1920s

259

10

Snead & Sterling- Knight Companies, contract, 1925

Series 24: Spicer International

259

11

Danargen, n.d.

259

12

Europe, 1981, 1992, 1994

259

13

Hardy, 1929-1957

259

14

Indonesia, 1970s

259

15

S.A. de C.V., 1979, 1989-1992

259

16

Societe Glaenzer, 1910s, 1953, 1957

259

17

The Universal Drive Shaft Company, 1920s

Series 25: T&N

259

18

T&N, 1990, 1992, 1994

259

19

Glacier Vandervell, 1960s-1990s

259

20

Glacier Vandervell, n.d.

Series 26: Tube Investments Limited

259

21

Tube Investments Limited, 1980s

Series 27: Urschel Engineering Company

259

22

Urschel Engineering Company, 1956

Series 28: Victor
Subseries A: Print Materials

259

23

Victor Catàlago Carburadores, 1969

259

24

Victor Gasket Catàlago General, 1973

259

25

Victor Gasket de Columbia, 1971

259

26

Victor Juegas de Sellos de Valvula-Automoviles y Camiones, 1972

259

27

Victor Juntas Para Carburador, 1972

259

28

Victor Juntas Para Motor Transmission Diferencial, 1971

259

29

Victor Juntas Para Tractores y Motores Estacionarios, 1971

259

30

Victor Juntas Para Tractores y Motores Estacionarios, 1973

260

1

Victor Manufacturing and Gasket Company, 1967-1974

260

2

Victor Manufacturing and Gasket Company, n.d.

260

3

Victor Reinz Division, 1997, 2001, 2003

260

4

Victor Royal Oil Bath Seal Kits for Axle Applications, 1971

260

5

Victor Royal Oil Seals and Gaskets Price Lists, 1971-1977

260

6

Victor Royal Oil Seals, Cars/Trucks, 1967

260

7

Victor Royal Retenes Para Automoviles y Camiones, Fabricados en Mexico, 1972

260

8

Victor Royal Retenes Sellos de Valvula de Teflon Sellos de Cigueñal, 1973

260

9

Victor Royal Trailer Oil Seal Assortment, 1969

260

10

Victor Royal Value Cover Gasket Assortment, 1969

260

11

Victor Royal Water Outlet Gasket Assortment, 1969, 1977

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

†270

n/a

“Brief History of Victor Reinz Gasket and Manufacturing Company”, recorded by Benjamin J. Victor, audiocassette, 1969

†270

n/a

“Brief History of Victor Reinz Gasket and Manufacturing Company”, recorded by Benjamin J. Victor, CD, 1969

261

37

Victor Reinz, Employees Photos for Annual Reports, 1999

Subseries C: Artifacts

†271

n/a

Victor Perfect Circle Great American Stampede, baseball cap, n.d.

†270

n/a

Victor’s 75th Anniversary, Lucite block

Series 29: Weatherhead Company

260

12

Weatherhead Company, 1969-1973

Series 30: Wix

260

13

Wix Folks and Facts, 1982

 

Box

Folder

Record Group 2: Affiliates & Subsidiaries
Series 1: Albarus
Subseries A: Print Materials

257

1

Albarus, 1958-1959

257

2

Albarus, 1992-2000

257

3

Albarus, 1992-2000

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

1

Albarus, plant photos, n.d.

Series 2: Atlas & General Drop Forge
Subseries A: Print Materials

257

4

Atlas and General Drop Forge, 1924, 1950s, 1961, n.d.

257

5

Atlas and General Drop Forge, 1924-1963

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

2

Atlas Drop Forge, photographs,  n.d.

†262

n/a

Atlas Drop Forge, Lansing, photographs, n.d.

261

3

General Drop Forge, Buffalo, photographs,  n.d.

Series 3: Brown Brothers Limited
Subseries A: Print Materials

257

6

Brown Brothers Limited, 1910, 1989, n.d.

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

4

Brown Brothers Bicycle Shop Façade, sketch, 1889

261

5

Brown Brothers, brands and locations, photographs, n.d.

261

6

Brown Brothers Employees, photographs, n.d.

261

7

Brown Brothers Reproduction of the first shop at Great Eastern Street, sketch, 1925-1929

261

8

Brown Brothers, various locations, photographs, n.d.

Subseries C: Artifacts

†263

n/a

Brown  Brothers Limited poster, n.d.

†264

n/a

Brown Brother Limited, poster, framed, n.d.

Series 4: Brown-Lipe Gear Company
Subseries A: Print Materials

257

7

Brown-Lipe Gear Company, 1950s

257

8

Brown-Lipe Gear Company Service Parts Manual, 1945

257

9

Spicer Brown-Lipe Engineer’s Reference Book, 1932

257

10

Spicer Brown-Lipe Price Lists, 1932, 1935, 1946

257

11

Spicer Manufacturing, Brown-Lipe, 1932-1940

257

12

Spicer Manufacturing, Brown-Lipe, 1948

257

13

Stock Certificates, 1906-1917

Subseries B: Audiovisual & Photographic Materials

261

10

Brown-Lipe Gear Company, Transmission, Clutches, Control Sets, 1920s

261

11

Brown-Lipe Gear Company, various locations, photographs, 1930s

Subseries C: Artifacts

261

9

Brown-Lipe Gear Company, printing plate, n.d.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 12/10/12