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|roxanne in tampa||need some help can anyone tell me where the hand shake agreement between H.Ford and H.Furguson took place.ie: what establishment and what state
|teecee||According the "The Ford Road" a book on the 75th anniversary of the Ford Motor co., it took place in October 1938. From the text, I would suppose it happened in Michigan. In the book "Classic Tractors of the World" there is a picture that is supposed to be of the two principals sitting in an open field at a small table. If this is an authentic picture, I guess this shows the "establishment". The text could be interpreted to say it took place in the field where the "Ferguson System" was demonstrated. In the picture there is an old tractor parked by Henry and Harry. It would appear to be a Fordson, but the Ford Road book says he demonstrated it on an England produced Brown tractor. To me, it sure does look like a Fordson.