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Holden Motor Car Assembly Line
Title : Holden Motor Car Assembly Line Holden Motor Car Assembly Line
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Creator : Darian Smith, D., photographer
Date of creation : ca. 1949
Format : Photograph
Contributor : State Library catalogue
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Description :

A Holden motor car assembly line, probably the Birkenhead plant.

Holden's first car body assembly line in Adelaide was at its Woodville plant. When assembly line was commissioned in 1924, it was the most modern in Australia and Woodville was the sole supplier of car bodies for GM in Australia.
Related names :

General Motors-Holden's

Period : 1946-1979
Region : Adelaide metropolitan area
Further reading :
Bebbington, Terry. 45 years of Holden, North Ryde, N.S.W. : Australian Pub. and Print Co., c1994  

Buttfield, Nancy, Dame. So great a change : the story of the Holden family in Australia, Sydney : Ure Smith, 1979

Davis, Tony. The Holden heritage : 1948-1998, 8th ed, Port Melbourne, Vic. : Public Affairs Department, General Motors-Holden's Automotive, in association with : Blakehurst, N.S.W : Marque, 1998

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