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Scope and Contents: Includes legal papers; letterbook, 1889-1903; reports of Baltimore service, 1902-1914; and Price, Waterhouse warehouse reports.
Overview: The materials in this collection, nearly all invoices and receipts, provide insight into the daily business operations of Augustine Heard & Company in China between 1867 and 1875.
Overview: This collection consists of approximately 2000 black and white photographic prints that depict manufacturing activities, plants, officials, exhibits, and war work of the numerous automobile manufactureres in the United States.
Overview: The Baker family papers contain correspondence, financial records, photographs and objects pertaining New York financier and banker George F. Baker Sr. and his family.
Overview: The Baker Library Special Collections archived websites collection covers the years from 2013-ongoing, and consists of archived web content created as records of Harvard Business School; archived web content reflecting the digital presence of several of the contemporary corporate archives collections held by Baker Library Special Collections; and thematic collections of online news articles and blogs documenting contemporary business leadership.
Overview: The Baldwin family business papers contains papers relating to engineering projects supervised by Baldwin family members including Loammi Baldwin and his five sons.
Scope and Contents: Monthly financial statements of a street railway and electric company in Bangor, Maine, and its controlled companies including the Bar Harbor & Union River Power Company, Orono Water Company, and Bangor power company.
Scope and Contents: Minutes of Directors, Stockholders and Rent book. Also records of the Bank of Portland Trust Fund, including minutes of Directors, journal, ledger, and letterbook.
Overview: Two volumes of financial records, dated 1792-1794, of the Boston branch of the first Bank of the United States (1791-1811.)
Scope and Contents: Two account books of tailor Barnabas Thayer of Braintree, Massachusetts, recording charges for clothing, shoes, and day labor. Volume one contains ledger accounts dated from 1779 to 1795. Volume two is a ledger dating from 1778 to 1796; an index to names includes William Bowditch, Lieutenant William Allen, Daniel Loring, and Ebenezer Thayer. Many accounts contain clothing made for people only listed by first name, possibly family or servants of the customers: Captain Samuel Arnold paid for...