William D. Ford Time Magazine Covers collection
018.TC

Summary Information

Repository
Eastern Michigan University Archives
Title
William D. Ford Time Magazine Covers collection
ID
018.TC
Date [inclusive]
1962-1993
Extent
0.2 Linear feet 1 halfsize archives box
Language
English
Abstract
The William D. Ford Time Magazine Covers collection was donated by Congressman William D. Ford from his personal collection and contains select covers dating from 1962 until 1993 featuring prominent politicians of the time. Some of the covers are signed by the politician featured, including Senator Edward Kennedy, Gerald Ford, as well as Bill and Hillary Clinton. The dates span Congressman Ford's time serving in the Michigan State Senate from 1962-1964 and the U.S. House of Representative from 1965 until his retirement from politics in 1993.

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Please cite materials from the University Archives in the following manner: Item. Collection Title. Eastern Michigan University Archives.

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Biographical/Historical note

William D. Ford was born in Detroit, Michigan and graduated from Wayne State University before he decided to serve in the United States Navy in World War II. After the war, he studied law at the University of Denver Law School before practicing in Taylor, Michigan. In 1962, Ford was elected to the Michigan State Senate and served until 1964. In 1965, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives first from Michigan's 15th district, and in 1993, from Michigan's 13th. Ford died at his home in Ypsilanti, Michigan in 2004.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Eastern Michigan University Archives 2014 February 17

Halle Library, Room 310
Ypsilanti, Michigan, 48197
734-487-0020

Conditions Governing Access note

Researchers are asked to request materials 24 hours prior to visiting the the University Archives.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Ford, William D.

Subject(s)

  • Autographed editions
  • Celebrities.

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Collection Inventory

Box Folder

Speaker John McCormack 19 January 1962 

1 1

Congressman Wilber Mills 11 January 1963 

1 2

Secretary Robert McNamara 15 February 1963 

1 3

Agriculture Secretary Freeman 5 April 1963 

1 4

Sargent Shriver 5 July 1963 

1 5

Averell Harriman 2 August 1963 

1 6

Secretary of State Dean Rusk 6 December 1963 

1 7

Majority Leader Mike Mansfield 20 March 1964 

1 8

Majority Leader Carl Albert 15 January 1965 

1 9

Senator Fulbright 22 January 1965 

1 10

Commissioner Frank Keppel 15 October 1965 

1 11

Republican John Lindsay 12 November 1965 

1 12

Hubert H. Humphrey 1 April 1966 

1 13

Senator Jacob Javits 26 June 1966 

1 14

H.E.W. Secretary Gardner 20 January 1967 

1 15

U.S. Senator Edward Brooke 17 February 1967 

1 16

General Westmoreland 5 May 1967 

1 17

Eugene McCarthy 22 March 1968 

1 18

Hubert H. Humphrey 3 May 1968 

1 19

Senator Edward Kennedy 10 January 1969 

1 20

Defense Secretary Melvin Laird 29 August 1969 

1 21

Speaker Carl Albert 1 February 1971 

1 22

Senator Edmund Muskie 13 September 1971 

1 23

Senator George McGovern 8 May 1972 

1 24

Gerald Ford 22 October 1973 

1 25

House Leader "Tip" O'Neill 4 February 1974 

1 26

Chairman Rodino 5 August 1974 

1 27

Gerald Ford 19 September 1974 

1 28

H.E.W. Secretary Joseph Califano 12 June 1978 

1 29

Defense Secretary Casper Weinberger 27 July 1981 

1 30

Federal Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker 8 March 1982 

1 31

Chrysler Chair Lee Iacocca 21 March 1983 

1 32

Congressman Claude Pepper 25 April 1983 

1 33

Alexander Haig 2 April 1984 

1 34

Congresswoman Geraldine Farraro and San Francisco Mayor Diane Feinstein 4 June 1984 

1 35

Walter Mondale 18 June 1984 

1 37

Geraldine Ferraro 23 July 1984 

1 38

Peter Uberroth 7 January 1985 

1 39

New York Governor Mario Cuomo 2 June 1986 

1 40

Education Secretary Lamar Alexander 16 September 1991 

1 41

President- elect Bill Clinton 4 January 1993 

1 42

Hillary Rodham Clinton 10 May 1993 

1 43