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William Applebaum papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 4.12.2
Scope and Contents: The William Applebaum papers consist of materials related to a store location study conducted by HBS professor William Applebaum in 1963. The sudy was conducted with 170 large retailing companies including department stores, drug stores, clothing stores, discount stores, shoe stores, and motels. The collections contains questionnaires, research, correspondence and papers related to the study. The questionnaires are arranged alphabetically by the name of the store.

Fred Heuser case materials

Collection Identifier: Arch DC1965
Content Description: Cases and case notes kept by Fred Heuser (MBA 1965) while attending HBS from 1963-1965. Collection includes cases from the following courses: Finance, Planning in the Business Environment (PBE), Management of New Enterprises, Business Policy I,II, III, Human Behavior in Organizations, Written Analysis of Cases, Control, Production I,II, Management of Information Systems, Analysis of Quantitative Data II, Management of Control Systems, Management of Financial Institutions II, Sales Management,...

HBS faculty papers vertical file collection

Collection Identifier: Arch GAC
Scope and Contents: This collection contains single folder HBS faculty collections artificially created by Special Collections. The materials in this collection include correspondence, memos, office files, and reports created by various Harvard Business School faculty memebers.

Richard Donham papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 18.100
Scope and Contents: The Richard Donham papers consist of reports on the motion picture industry, iron and steel industry and Anaconda Copper Mining Company while Donham was a student at HBS (MBA 1930). Donham worked as a research assistant after graduation. There is correspondence between Donham, and C.C. Withers, President of American Textiles, Inc. regarding the company's reorganization plans and correspondence with American Smelting & Refining Company regarding a case Donham prepared about the company.

Francis Noyes Balch papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 6.10
Scope and Contents: The Francis Noyes Balch papers consist of lecture notes, correspondence and letters wth colleagues, and notes on business and government courses taught by Balch at HBS.

Gary P. Pisano papers [UNPROCESSED]

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 69
Content Description: Office files, case research, industry research, and subject files of HBS Professor Gary P. Pisano include material related to the pharmaceutical industry.

Theodore H. Brown papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 9.10
Scope and Contents: The Theodore H. Brown papers consists of a study prepared by Brown on retirement annunities in 1952. It appears that Brown, who was close to retirement, prepared the study for himself and for his fellow professors.

Nathan and Carol Isaacs correspondence

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 41.1
Content Description: Collection consists of correspondence kept by Harvard Business School professor Nathan Isaacs and his daughter, Carol Issacs Wotitzky. Correspondents include colleagues, authors, actors, politicians, and other contemporary well known individuals. Letters were likely kept for autograph value, and were possibly collected by Carol Isaacs Wotitzky. The collection also includes ephemera such as playbills, and various documents kept by Carol or Nathan Isaacs such as a typescript of a speech by...

William J. Riley papers

Collection Identifier: Arch DC 1957.1
Content Description: Collection of alumnus William J. Riley (MBA 1957 F). Collection consists of photographs, brochures, Alumni directories, bulletins, and correspondence from various reunions for the class of 1957. Also included is a class seating chart from Section F and the 1957 Commencement Program. of materials related to his time at HBS and reunions.

Walter F. Frese papers

Collection Identifier: Arch GA 30.10
Scope and Contents: The Walter F. Frese papers consist of speeches and printed materials collected by Professor Frese. Also included is a biography written about Frese by a student.