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The collection documents the career and research of Andrew F. Brimmer, Harvard Business School professor and first African-American appointed to serve as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
Two volumes of financial records, dated 1792-1794, of the Boston branch of the first Bank of the United States (1791-1811.)
The collection documents Donald R. Riehl's service as chairman of the Urban Land Institute’s Real Estate Credit Task Force, 1990-1991. The records include correspondence, reports, and background materials related to the task force's investigation into "credit crunch" that affected the real estate development industry in the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Records of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, as well as papers relating to the personal activities of its founder, Henry Baldwin Hyde (1834-1899), and his son, James Hazen Hyde (1876-1959).
Papers of investment banker Harris C. Fahnestock, 1855-1914, including his partnership in Jay Cooke & Co.
Business records, correspondence, and photographs of 19th century railroad and electrical industry financier Henry Villard (1835-1900)
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports to the head office of the Bank of China, cables, and some bank records.
Select records of the investment banking house Jay Cooke & Co.
The collection contains administrative records of the investment banking firm Lehman Brothers and of Kuhn, Loeb & Company, another firm that merged with Lehman in 1977. Also includes the papers of numerous Lehman Brothers and Kuhn, Loeb & Company executives and their families.
Chiefly papers relating to the Bank for International Settlements. Includes correspondence, files of Central Banks, monthly and quarterly reports, and statements. There are also earlier files relating to McKittrick's years with Lee, Higginson as well as some personal papers.
Multiple collections of records of banks in New England and New York, 1803-1915.
The Stetson family of Bangor, Maine, were general merchants, shippers, dealers in lumber, agents for timber land, and bankers.
Records of the Suffolk Bank of Boston, Mass., 1818-1904.
The Suffolk-Franklin Savings Bank onctains records of the two banks, which merged in 1957. Included are general ledgers, cash books, and statement books, but no correspondence. The depositors' records for the Franklin Bank are especially complete.