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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...
Scope and Contents: Insurance appraisal dated September 15, 1939 by the Inspection Department of Associated Factory Mutual Fire Insurance Companies at the request of Arkwright Mutual Fire Insurance Company, Boston, Massachusetts. Appraisal conducted by A.T. Norton on June 22, 1939 in conference with Frederick Flather, Jr.
Scope and Contents: This album contains thirty-four photographs of telephone equipment produced by Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. between 1879 and 1928. The photographs depict desk stands, handsets, and early telephone sets that were exhibited in the Bell Telephone, Inc. Historical Museum in New York City, circa 1931.
Scope and Content:: This collections consists of fourteen volumes of annual reports, notebooks and accounting information which detail the financial transactions made during the years 1879-1889. Three of the notebooks are indexed in alphabetical order. Annual reports are bound in leather with gold imprint on the cover and include handwritten notations presumably made by J....
Scope and Contents: The initial purpose of the volume was to record the subscription for shares in the Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Company. The volume itself is a blank book purchased from Van Kleeck & Clark, stationers, printers and lithographers, 19 Nassau Street, New York. The cover of the volume is stamped with the title "Subscriptions to the Atlantic & Pacific Telegraph Company." The first eight pages were printed and include a statement on the construction of telegraph lines followed by lists of...