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English: Henry Ford on the cover of Time Magazine, January 14, 1935. Copyrights on this issue were not renewed. See wikisource:Time (magazine).
Date January 14, 1935)
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Author Time Magazine. Original uploader was Gamaliel at en.wikipedia
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