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Overview: Teaching, consulting, research and administrative papers of Harvard Business School professor Kenneth Andrews.
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of postcards and letters J.F. Dean wrote primarily to his father during the span of two years. Dean wrote nearly every day and always signed his letters “Mont”, which was short for his middle name Fremont. The correspondence varies in length, but in general Dean describes or comments on the weather, whether sales was poor or good, his health and his family’s health, baseball, hotels or towns he was staying in, the difficulty of his travels by train, the challenge of...
Overview: The Reed & Barton Additional Records document the history of the Taunton, Massachusetts, silversmith company from the 1850s to 2008.
Scope and Contents: Daybooks, journals, ledgers, cashbooks, accounts, trial balances, notes and bills receivable, inventories, time books, payrolls, 12 boxes of unbound papers, including a brief typewritten history of the company, and inventories of the New York, San Francisco and Chicago offices, 1902-1918. In addition there are some 200 illustrated catalogs and 17 scrapbooks.