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  • "The General Accounting records subgroup is comprised of four subseries of files resulting from activities of the Accounting Department and the Auditing Department and maintained by the Auditing Department. The Account Receivable and Accounts Payable records subseries, 1904-1925 (15.4 cubic ft.), Acc. 623, is made up of ledgers from the General Accounting Office containing the following financial data: accounts receivable, 1905-1914 and 1918-1920, which include an incomplete listing of cars sold to Ford Motor Company dealers and Ford Motor Company of Canada, Ltd., from 1905 to 1914; accounts payable, 1907-1909; special accounts receivable, 1913-1920, the bulk of which is entries for management personnel including Henry Ford and Edsel B. Ford; Lincoln accounts payable, 1922; a patterns lent account book, 1913-1917, regarding suppliers of malleable iron castings; and miscellaneous account books, including journal vouchers and foreign and domestic accounts receivable, 1918-1925. The Bank Credit Ledgers subseries, 1921-1925 (1 cubic ft.), Acc. 210, consists of two ledgers detailing bank credit accounts, 1921-1922 and 1925, for both domestic and foreign operations. The Check Register Ledgers subseries, 1919-1923 (4 oversize volumes), Acc. 212, is made up of records maintained by the Financial Department. The records consist of check registers covering 1919 and 1921-1923. The Imprest Cash Summaries records subseries, 1912-1927 (1.2 cubic ft.), Acc. 205, consists of petty cash summaries for Ford Motor Company. The reports are filed in envelopes and arranged in rough chronological order."

  • "Ledgers (account books)"
  • "Statistics"

  • "General Accounting records series"