Continuing our look at vintage stereographs taken by the Keystone View Co., here are some views from inside a Ford factory where Model Ts were assembled. The photos are not dated, so perhaps a Model T aficionado can identify what model year the cars are, but it appears that the photos were taken at the Highland Park plant, not the original Ford factory on Piquette Avenue, which Ford sold to Studebaker in 1910. I love the proud, stoic look on the face of the man, perhaps a foreman, directing an engine onto a chassis.
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