COLLECTIONS: 1 - 12 of 12
Teaching, consulting, research and administrative papers of Harvard Business School professor Kenneth Andrews.
The Edward C. Bursk papers spans the years 1942 to 1974 and document Professor Bursk's time as a faculty member at Harvard Business School and his work as editor of the Harvard Business Review.
Course materials, annotated cases, handouts and assignments kept by Harvard Business School student Ernest Hillman Jr., 1933-1935.
This collection includes papers of Harvard Business School professor Francis J. Aguilar documenting his research, teaching, and professional activities.
The Harry L. Hansen papers span the years 1938 to 1992 and document the breadth of Professor Hansen's work while at HBS and his continuing work in management education after he retired.
The collection covers the career of Professor Howard H. Stevenson, including his teaching and administrative roles at HBS, external consulting activities, and work in the private sector.
Baker Library holds an extensive collection of industrial film, dating from the 1940s to the 1980s, that documents the development of this genre. The topics of the films include labor and human relations, offering unique insight into industrial relations at this time.
The papers of HBS professor Louis T. Wells consist of subject files, teaching records, research, consulting work, publications and offprints collected by Wells while teaching at Harvard Business School.
This collection consists of HBS professor Melvin Thomas Copeland's correspondence, teaching notes, research materials and notes and drafts of his book Problems in Marketing.
Correspondence, teaching materials, consulting records and administrative records of HBS professor Ross G. Walker.
The Benjamin M. Selekman papers span from 1929 to 1965 and document Selekman's time as a faculty member at Harvard Business School and his work as an imparital arbitrator for labor disputes in various industries, particularly with the steel industry and the men's clothing industry in New England.
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Andrew R. Towl include correspondence, teaching materials, research and writing, and administrative records.