Chrysler Corporation; Plants; Tank; Detroit (Chrysler) Tank Arsenal Factory.--Frank Zeder & K. T. Keller breaking ground for new plant.--Exterior & Interior views.

1951-11-14

View of the Chrysler Tank Arsenal on Van Dyke road in Warren, Michigan, designed by architect, Albert Kahn. "The tank arsenal was begun early in 1940 and turned out its first tanks in six months, consisting of a huge glass cage three blocks long, it followed the precedent set by Building B at the Rouge plant in World War I and continued in the De Soto press shop and the Chrysler half-ton truck plant," from "The Buildings of Detroit: A History," by W. Hawkins Ferry.


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