COLLECTIONS: 1 - 25 of 27
This collection documents the teaching career of Harvard Business School professor, Arthur Vernon Woodworth, and contains lectures, correspondence, student records, research materials, notes and other course materials.
Two volumes of financial records, dated 1792-1794, of the Boston branch of the first Bank of the United States (1791-1811.)
Teaching and research records of HBS professor Charles M. Williams.
Complete set of records of the Commercial Insurance Company.
The records of the Consolidated Investment Trust of Boston, Massachusetts include trustee records, executive committee record, and shareholder records.
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.
Historical business records of the credit reporting agency known as R.G. Dun & Company. The company became the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation after the merger of R.G. Dun & Co. and J.M. Bradstreet & Company in 1933. Records include correspondence, photographs, legal, financial, and administrative material pertaining to the company.
One volume of accounts kept by Albert E. Knight, treasurer and collector of the town of Hardwick, Massachusetts. The records were kept between 1867 and 1878.
Papers of investment banker Harris C. Fahnestock, 1855-1914, including his partnership in Jay Cooke & Co.
The Collection contains the partial records of Hayden, Stone & Co., which include private ledgers, 1899-1939. Also contained in the collection are stock accounts of Charles Hayden and his estate, of J. Willard Hayden, and of certain trusts, and one journal of the Charles Hayden Foundation.
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 Warren Law papers consist of teaching records including cases taught, annotated case material, case research, newspaper clippings, and a small amount of correspondence related to the case.
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.
Financial records of New England Bond and Mortgage Company of Boston, Massachusetts, 1922 to 1933.
The records of the Peace Dale Manufacturing Company, a large textile empire located in Peace Dale, Rhode Island owned and operated by five generations of the Hazard family.
Multiple collections of records of banks in New England and New York, 1803-1915.
Artificial collection containing records of customs houses, toll collectors and the U.S. Treasury Department, 1789-1870.
The Seaboard Airline Railway reorganization papers consist of correspondence, legal documents, and financial records relating to the reorganization of Seaboard Airline Railway. The majority of the correspondence and papers were sent to HBS professor William J. Cunningham. Cunningham was the James J. Hill Professor of Transportation and served on the expert committee that oversaw the organization.
Papers, documents, and materials by and about Stanley E. Pratt, his companies, Venture Economics and Abbott Capital Management, and the field of venture capital.
Records of the Suffolk Bank of Boston, Mass., 1818-1904.