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Scope and Contents: Logbook kept by Mark Langdon Butler, a crew member aboard the ship Apollo, in 1795. The ship, captained by Samuel Jones, voyaged from Cape Henry, Virginia, to Liverpool, England. Entries remark on the course of the ship, direction of winds, and the weather in general, in addition to sightings of other ships and activities such as fishing. There is also a note by Butler, dated 1796, regarding a financial transaction.
Scope and Contents: Invoice book maintained by Boston, Massachusetts, commission agent Appleton Prentiss, recording goods he imported and consigned, such as cloth, furs, leather, buttons, handkerchiefs, buckles and assorted household wares, dated 1786-1796. Among the merchants, shopkeepers, and traders who had commission accounts with Prentiss were Mary Snow of Boston and William Howe of Cambridge. Prentiss also shipped commodities to merchants outside of New England; he sent men's shoes and "Negro" shoes, for...
Overview: The papers of Harvard Business School professor Arch R. Dooley contain correspondence and subject files, teaching files, research and writing, consulting, outside HBS work, administrative files, and audiovisual material.
Scope and Contents: Lowell Textile School pattern book issued to Arthur H. Webber, of 29 Kirk St. Lowell, Massachusetts. Webber used the book as he learned the process of designing and manufacturing woven textile products. Entries are dated from November 8, 1898 to April 18, 1899 but subsequent entries are undated. Each of the 21 patterns for cotton, woolen, worsted and linen blends include handwritten details associated with the pattern such as the name of the pattern, threads in pattern, patterns in warp,...
Overview: Speeches, writings, and research material of Harvard Business School professor and librarian Arthur Harrison Cole.
Overview: This collection includes research files from Arthur Houghton Tully, Jr.’s time as a Research Fellow (1946-1948) and Assistant Director of Research (1948-1960).
Overview: The papers of Harvard Business School professor Arthur M. Johnson consist of writing and research and HBS administrative material.
Overview: This collection documents the teaching career of Harvard Business School professor, Arthur Vernon Woodworth, and contains lectures, correspondence, student records, research materials, notes and other course materials.
Scope and Contents: Correspondence (foreign and domestic), bills, accounts, and other records of Asa P. Morse and Company. Also included are some letters relating to Morse's political career and some family correspondence and papers. There are also papers concerning lumbering in Woodstock Valley, Conn.
Scope and Content:: This collection contains sixteen volumes which include administrative records, dividend books, ledgers, day books, journals, registers,and expense account books. Also included are excerpts of resolutions passed at directors meetings and receipts for expenses. Originally, the receipts were included within the pages of the expense...