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The Bureau of Business Research was the original research arm of Harvard Business School. The records include correspondence, research, administrative and financial records, publications and newspaper clippings regarding the unit's research activities and output.
The records span the years 1945 to 1971 and document the department’s efforts to both contribute to a better understanding of the usefulness of visual aids in teaching and establish a film archive to complement its pioneering case method teaching.
The collection consists of minutes of the Division of Reserach Committee on Research from 1943 to 1952. Bertrand Fox was the director of research during this time. The minutes document high level decisions made by the committee related to all aspects of research at HBS.
11 U-matic videotapes of John Diebold's “New Challenges to the Role of Profit” lecture series at the Harvard University Department of Economics in 1976.
Harvard Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) Supply Course applications collection is from the year 1917 and contains application cards from Harvard University ROTC members for a Harvard Business School Supply Course.
Baker Library holds an extensive collection of industrial film, dating from the 1940s to the 1980s, that documents the development of this genre. The topics of the films include labor and human relations, offering unique insight into industrial relations at this time.