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A remarkably complete collection of the records of Allen-Lane and of the individual mills controlled by Allen-Lane. There are administrative records, general accounts, purchase and receiving records, sales and shipping records, letters, and unbound papers. Some of the personal papers of Jonathan A. Lane and Benjamin C. Lane are included; the latter was active in the United Improvement Association, and some of its records are in the collection.
Blotters, daybooks or journals, ledger, cash books, account books, letter book, of a firm in Busksport, Maine dealing in ship supplies. The firm was known as E. Barnard and Company until the death of Enoch Barnard in 1863, after which Ambrose White carried on the business. There are records of shares the firm had in fishing voyages. The business began as a general store carrying some ship supplies and gradually evolved into a business dealing principally in ship supplies.
Logbook kept by De Koven during two of the America's voyages from New York to Canton, China in the 1820s. The daily entries record the ship's latitude and longitude, the direction of the wind, and the ship's navigational course. Most entries include a brief note describing the weather and the sails used that day. There are no entries for the ship's time in port. No mention is made of the cargo that was carried on board either of the voyages.
The records come from the American Can Company's Corporate Communications Office and span the years 1901-1986. The collection includes material from ACC as well as from its subsidiaries.
Training films and accompanying printed material relating to supervisory management courses produced by the American Management Association.
The records of the American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association contain a single volume of reports and discussion records.
This collection consists of personal papers and annual reports for American Research and Development as well as other venture capital companies including Canadian Enterprise Development Corporation, European Enterprise Development Company and North Atlantic Capital Corporation.
The collection consists of journals and ledgers of a firm in Boston, Mass. which manufactured plumber’s supplies.
The collection consists of records of orders and transfers made, chiefly for kalburnie ginghams, for Lancaster Mills of Clinton, Massachusetts.
Cotton textile manufacturing firm, Manchester, N.H., incorporated in 1831. It operated the world's largest textile plant, but the firm also produced a variety of other products. The cotton mill was closed and the business liquidated in 1936.
The partnership of Andrew and Joseph Perkins operated a general store in Norwich, Connecticut, and they were involved in shipping and trade in the West Indies. The business exported lumber, nails, oats, and horses, and imported rum, molasses, sugar, coffee, and tobacco. The Andrew and Joseph Perkins business records consist of daybooks and ledgers, dated 1783-1825. There is also one daybook of merchants Carew & Perkins, also of Norwich, dated 1797-1798.
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.
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Andrew R. Towl include correspondence, teaching materials, research and writing, and administrative records.
Teaching, consulting, research and administrative papers of Harvard Business School professor Kenneth Andrews.
Journals, cashbooks, clothbooks and letters relating to the daily operations of the company.
The Robert N. Anthony papers document his professional work as a consultant,writer and professor at the Harvard Business School.
Logbook kept by Mark Langdon Butler, a crew member aboard the ship Apollo, in 1795. The ship, captained by Samuel Jones, voyaged from Cape Henry, Virginia, to Liverpool, England. Entries remark on the course of the ship, direction of winds, and the weather in general, in addition to sightings of other ships and activities such as fishing. There is also a note by Butler, dated 1796, regarding a financial transaction.