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Overview: 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.
Overview: 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.
FOUND IN: Frances Loeb LibraryCollection Identifier: DES-2013-0001-014379898
Scope and Contents: The GSD Lectures Collection is comprised of materials from the Lectures and Exhibition Department mainly between 1972 and 2006, all in typescript and/or print-out form. There are three series: Series A, Series B, and Series C. Series A contains 173 files, Series B contains 13 files, and Series C contains 34 files. Series A is comprised mainly of the lecture materials, Series B contains mainly exhibition materials, with accompanying lecture materials when available and Series C contains mainly...
FOUND IN: Frances Loeb LibraryCollection Identifier: DES-2001-0005-008869532
Scope and Contents: This collection includes photographs (portraits) of GSD faculty (from visiting lecturers to tenured faculty). The collection also includes photographs (portraits) of GSD administrative staff, invited speakers, and other academics with no GSD faculty appointment. Also includes limited typescript resume and/or vitae, and clippings. The bulk of the collection dates from the 1970s through the 1990s, although portraits of earlier faculty and academics may also be included.The collection...
Scope and content: This collection includes correspondence, financial records, policies, plant information, publications (mostly photocopies of newspaper articles), timelines, and plans related to the Harvard Botanic Garden. The materials are dated from 1784-1987 and only cover a small portion of the history of the Botanic Garden.
Scope and Contents: The Harvard Botanical Museum records contain material about the Museum's administrative, research, teaching, and public exhibition activities. The collection contains materials from 1869-2004 with the bulk of the collection from the 1970s-2004.
Overview: Alfred Claghorn Potter became Director of the Harvard Library in 1928. These records date from his administration of the Harvard libraries.
Overview: At a special meeting of the Corporation on February 6, 1850, the President and Fellows voted to have all manuscript papers related to the history of the College and College affairs identified, arranged, and bound. James W. Harris, an assistant in the Library who also served as an assistant to President Jared Sparks, was assigned the task of arranging and indexing the papers. The first series of College Papers comprises eleven volumes of historical and administrative records dating from 1651 to...
Overview: At a special meeting of the Corporation on February 6, 1850, the President and Fellows voted to have all manuscript papers related to the history of the College and College affairs identified, arranged, and bound. Loose records were gathered into two sets of volumes. Each set was named "Harvard College Papers," and the sets became "1st series" and "2nd series". This second series holds material similar to that of the first series, dated from 1826 to 1863.