Buick And Flint

Durant and Bishop.
An exhibit at the Sloan Museum in Flint, Michigan recreating this historic moment in Flint and General Motors history.

April 24, 1905 the document that brought Buick assembly back to Flint.

Arthur Bishop at his desk in Flint ,Michigan.
Inside the Bishop home showing the table where the above document was signed.
Arthur Giles Bishop home on Kearsley street. This was where the document was signed that brought Buick assembly back from Jackson, Michigan to Flint. The document also refers to the building of the new factory complex to be erected in Flint. This house was demolished to make room for the new Buick freeway I-475

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