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Overview: The papers of HBS professor Louis T. Wells consist of subject files, teaching records, research, consulting work, publications and offprints collected by Wells while teaching at Harvard Business School.
Overview: The collection consists of teaching, administrative, consulting, and business records of Malcolm P. McNair, a pioneer in retailing and in predicting trends.
Overview: The Jesse Markham research files cover the years 1955 to 1985 and consists of publication materials. The subjects of the materials fit into Professor Markham's interest areas such as antitrust law and the petroleum industry.
Scope and Contents: The Robert L. Masson papers consist of correspondence, case research, newspaper clippings, lectures, speeches, class preparation materials, and research project notes. Masson's correspondence dates from the 1935 to 1960 and includes letters written to HBS colleagues, professors at peer institutions, and company executives regarding general finance topics and his research projects. Some of the class preparation materials date from his time as a professor at the University of Michigan....
Overview: This collection consists of HBS professor Melvin Thomas Copeland's correspondence, teaching notes, research materials and notes and drafts of his book Problems in Marketing.
Scope and Contents: The papers of HBS Assistant Professor of Business History Thomas R. Navin include correspondence, business history class syllabi, unpublished articles, and HBS cases dating from 1947-1955. The majority of the material is correspondence written to and from Navin to colleagues, business associates, and businessmen. Navin's correspondence relates to his pursuance of research projects, interviews, and primary source materials collected by Baker Library for research purposes. Also includes three...
Overview: The Neil H. Borden papers document Professor Borden's research and teaching as a faculty member of Harvard Business School, his research on advertising, and records of his consulting work.
Overview: Papers of HBS professor Calvin Pava consist of his research and writing on organization design and planning, or "Sociotechnical Systems Design," and material coming out his teaching and consulting activities in the same field.
Records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Oral History Project, 1945-2015 (inclusive), 1997-2002 (bulk)
FOUND IN: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe InstituteCollection Identifier: SC 185; RA.T-128
Overview: Audiotapes of interviews, interview transcripts and summaries, donor agreements, meeting minutes, project notes, and electronic records of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration Oral History Project.