COLLECTIONS: 1 - 10 of 11
Scope and Contents: Contains a receipt book, 1820-1829, of Richard Anthony and Son; bills, deeds, and accounts of James Anthony, his wife Sarah P. Anthony, and their estates; a ledger, with general store accounts, 1815-1849, of George Waterman, which includes accounts of Lewis A. Waterman and Edgar N. Anthony, printers; a cash book, 1851-1855, and bills of Lewis W. Anthony; and legal documents and accounts for the Graystone Mill and Center Manufacturing Company. Women are credited for domestic labor, for making...
Overview: The records of the Consolidated Investment Trust of Boston, Massachusetts include trustee records, executive committee record, and shareholder records.
Overview: Records of John Perkins Cushing, a merchant of Boston, Massachusetts, principally engaged in the China trade, 1832-1882.
Scope and Contents: Incomplete files of the Boston, Mass. shipping firm George C. Lord and Company. Scattered business records of George Lord, Robert C. Waterston, Edward W. Lord, Charles E. Lord, Robert W. Lord and Charles F. Rogers. Insurance insterests (New England Mutual Insurance), railroad interests (Boston and Maine Railroad) and investment interests (Gallup and Peabody), and a drug business are represented.
Overview: Business records, correspondence, and photographs of 19th century railroad and electrical industry financier Henry Villard (1835-1900)
Scope and Contents: Israel Trask owned a cotton plantation in Natchez, Mississippi. His papers include lists of slaves living on the Trask plantation, as well as accounts, bills, and receipts belonging to Mrs. Elizabeth Trask.The collection contains lists of the names of enslaved people on the River Plantation and on the La Grange plantation. There are also typed transcripts of Trask's letters to and from his family in Massachusetts describing life on the plantation. The originals are at Amherst...
Overview: Papers of Peter O. Crisp, a founding partner of Venrock Associates, a venture capital company founded by members of the Rockefeller family, circa 1946-2008.
Scope and Contents: Ledgers, 1900-1957; cash books, 1938-1958; minutes of meetings, 1900-1937; reports; stockholders' records; and other papers of a real estate trust, established in 1900, disbanded, 1958, which held property in Boston and Cambridge. Includes letters, 1944-1950, of Augustus P. Loring, Jr., trustee.
Overview: Correspondence and investment research analysis relating to the early domestic aviation industry, prepared by William A.M. Burden, Jr. for the New York City asset management firm Scudder, Stevens and Clark, 1934-1938.