October 19, 1932 in History
Event:
Henry Ford gives his 1st radio speech




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Henry Ford History:
April 7, 1947 - Henry Ford, U.S. industrialist - Ford cars, dies
January 13, 1942 - Henry Ford patents a method of constructing plastic auto bodies
June 5, 1937 - Henry Ford initiates 32 hour work week
May 25, 1927 - Henry Ford stops producing Model T car (begins Model A)
September 25, 1926 - Henry Ford announces 8 hour, 5-day work week
January 14, 1914 - Henry Ford introduces assembly line, for T-Fords
October 7, 1913 - Henry Ford institutes moving assembly line
October 1, 1908 - Henry Ford introduces Model T car
June 4, 1896 - Henry takes his 1st Ford through streets of Detroit
December 24, 1893 - Henry Ford completes his 1st useful gas motor
July 30, 1863 - Henry Ford, Dearborn Township, Michigan, auto maker, Ford


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