Charles C. Withers papers
Scope and Contents
The records contain prospectus, correspondence, teaching material, memoranda, directives, minutes, ephemera, schedules, publications, questionnaires, by-laws, reports, photographs, reviews and speeches. These records document the various civic and professional activities undertaken by Withers after his move to Massachusetts in 1936. Of particular note in this collection is material relating to the Towle Manufacturing Company and the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.
Information related to the courses Withers taught at HBS and the Harvard Institute for Learning in Retirement are located in this collection. Also of interest are documents relating to the HBS Class of 1930 and Ornamental Ironwork, a publication which featured photography by Withers.
- Withers, Charles C. (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Extent3 linear foot (1 carton, 2 boxes)
Biographical / Historical
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- Baker Library
- March 2019
- Description rules
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Part of the Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard Business School, Harvard University Repository
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