COLLECTIONS: 101 - 125 of 1322
Monthly financial statements of a street railway and electric company in Bangor, Maine, and its controlled companies including the Bar Harbor & Union River Power Company, Orono Water Company, and Bangor power company.
Clippings regarding bank failures and the money market in England, 1763-1879, possibly compiled by Sir J.E. Backhouse, from the Foxwell Collection.
Minutes of Directors, Stockholders and Rent book. Also records of the Bank of Portland Trust Fund, including minutes of Directors, journal, ledger, and letterbook.
Two volumes of financial records, dated 1792-1794, of the Boston branch of the first Bank of the United States (1791-1811.)
Account of a whaling expedition bound eastward from Nantucket, Massachusetts on October 29, 1847 but which cruised in the South Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. Entries include weather observations, sailing direction, longitude and latitude direction, other ships seen and whales caught. The master of the ship is not identified in the logbook.
The Barre Cheese Company was formed in Barre, Massachusetts, in the County of Worchester on February 9, 1864. The collection consists of 23 volumes which document the daily activities of the company and its inception and eventual dissolution.
The Batchelder and Faulkner letterbook spans the years 1894 to 1898 and contain the records of a law firm operating in Keene, New Hampshire.
This artificial collection consists primarily of advertising trade cards from a variety of Boston and New England based companies. Also included are a small number of scrapbooks, business cards, stock cards, newspaper clippings, and other ephemera. Many of the the items are undated however it is presumed that they date from the late 1870's to 1958.
Includes stock share book and account book.
A small collection that includes lectures and/or essays written by Gail Belden on the topic of public utilities, a history of the Middle West Utilities Company, and stock certificates and various other corporate publications. Also contains legal pleadings and other materials relating to the receivership and eventual reorganization of the company after it declared bankruptcy in 1932. Belden evidently gathered these records in his capacity as secretary of the company's Board of Trustees.
The Bellamy Grist Mill records span the years 1863 to 1896 and document the operations of a grist and saw mill in Dover, New Hampshire.
The William Bement, Northumberland, New York records, spanning the years 1840 to 1853, contains records of a New York farmer and general store proprietor.
The business records of China trader Captain Benjamin Newton includes financial records and correspondence detailing his business dealings, 1836-1864.
Benjamin Parker was a shipmaster active in the 18th century. He captained the brig Apollo, owned by Boston merchant Stephen Gorham (1747-1826), to Great Britain and Europe. The Benjamin Parker papers, dated 1779-1799, include bills of lading, invoices, receipts, bills, and correspondence related to the import and export of goods such as corn, Russian sheeting, and hemp on the Apollo.
Papers of attorney, businessman and 1921 HBS graduate Benjamin Tanner Johnson.
Draft of Benson's part of proposed book on advertising by Benson and Walter A. Gaw. Benson, who had been president of the American Association of Advertising Agencies, wrote on ethical standards in advertising.