Consolidated Investment Trust records
The records of the Consolidated Investment Trust of Boston, Massachusetts include trustee records, executive committee record, and shareholder records.
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Extent3.25 linear feet (13 volumes)
The Consolidated Investment Trust records span the years 1933 to 1982 and primarily document the management of the fund over five decades beginning with its inception in 1933 through to its liquidation on December 17, 1982. The collection consists of thirteen volumes which contain trustee records, executive committee records, and shareholder records.
The Consolidated Investment Trust (CIT) was a Boston, Massachusetts based medium-sized mutual fund founded in 1933 by a small group of prominent Boston businessman including Chandler Hovey, W. Rodman Peabody, and Frederic E. Snow. The fund began with the consolidation of mutual funds managed by Peabody & Co. in the 1930s which at the time had several thousand shareholders. In 1972 Consolidated Investment Trust acquired Boston Property Trust and was soon thereafter reorganized. Due to a slow decline in total assets over the next 10 years, in 1982 CIT sought to combine with another investment company and were ultimately acquired by The George Putnam Fund of Boston in December of the same year.
The collection is arranged in the following series:
- Series I. Trustee records, 1933-1982
- Series II. Executive Committee records, 1933-1982
- Series III. Shareholder records, 1933-1967
Gift of Lawrence Coolidge of Loring, Wolcott & CoolidgeFiduciary Services, 2001.
Processed: May 2015
By: Tessa Cierny
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