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Descendants of Piquette plant workers gather to celebrate Ford alphabet cars

Posted April 9th, 2018

Detroit Free Press
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“If anybody not named “Ford” can call themselves a “Ford family,” it’s Joseph and Louanne Offer.

The siblings’ grandfather, Louis A. Albemi, worked as a draftsman in the Ford Piquette Avenue Plant in Detroit in the early 1900’s, designing the original Model T chassis and other early Ford vehicles…”

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