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Scope and Contents: Contain three volumes of accounts with crew members, 1867-1874 and 1 account book of disbursements at sundry places, 1870-1873.
Overview: Partial records, gathered for a case study, of a department store in Dayton, Ohio which closed in 1950.
Scope and Contents: Ledger of glazier Adonijah Upton, of Dighton, Massachusetts, recording debits and credits related to his business, dating from 1763 to 1814. Common charges were for priming window sashes, setting squares of glass, and mending glass and leadlights, in addition to painting windows. Upton performed glazing work on homes, ships, and public buildings. Barter payments were in the form of labor and commodities, such as iron, lumber, molasses, wool, and flax, but many entries indicate his clients paid...
Overview: This artificial collection contains a variety of advertising materials, including trade cards, clipper ship cards, business cards, labels, and posters. Also included are scrapbooks of advertising trade cards and other ephemera, as well as greeting cards, calling cards and rewards of merit.
Scope and Contents: Scrapbook filled with trade cards dated about 1879 to 1901, also includes calling cards, greeting cards and other small chromolithographed cards all pasted onto sheets. A variety of products and services are covered with a focus on businesses in upstate New York, particularly Sodus and Rochester.
Scope and Contents: The records of the African-American Student Union (AASU) at Harvard Business School cover the period of its beginning in the late 1960s to the present day. The bulk of the materials date from 1969-1971 and 1985-1994, under the deanships of George B. Baker (1961-1970), Lawrence E. Fouraker (1970-1980) and John H. McArthur (1980-1995). The records in this collection document the various directions taken at HBS in response to the demands of AASU including educational and admissions...
Overview: This artificial collection contains a variety of printed materials related to the agricultural industry.
Abstract: The records of A. H. Hews and Company and its successor company, Lockwood Products, Inc. cover the period of its beginning in the eighteenth century until the mid-1990s. The records in this collection document early examples of products manufactured - Hews invented the stacking flower pot in 1888 - and sold by a company which remained in the same family for four generations
Scope and Contents: Minutes, account books and unbound materials of a firm which was one of the first to distribute low cost shoes by means of concessions leased in stores across the country. There are records for predecessor firms, including Boston Sample Shoe Shop, Inc. (of Philadelphia and Seattle), Boston Shoe Shop, Inc. (Portland, Me.), Sample Shoe Shop, and Berland Sample Shoe Shop. Records of the concessions in some sixty-nine stores include copies of leases, tax papers, and correspondence; bound accounts...
Overview: Business records of the Charlemont, Massachusetts general store A.L. Avery & Son, owned and operated by five generations of the Avery family.