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Overview: This collection holds drafts of Fritz Redlich's publications, citations, and letters to Redlich.
Scope and Contents: The Richard Donham papers consist of reports on the motion picture industry, iron and steel industry and Anaconda Copper Mining Company while Donham was a student at HBS (MBA 1930). Donham worked as a research assistant after graduation. There is correspondence between Donham, and C.C. Withers, President of American Textiles, Inc. regarding the company's reorganization plans and correspondence with American Smelting & Refining Company regarding a case Donham prepared about the company.
Overview: Correspondence, teaching materials, consulting records and administrative records of HBS professor Ross G. Walker.
Overview: Company reports, budgets proposals, correspondence and notes relating to Harvard Business School Professor Russell H. Hassler's consulting work.
Scope and Contents: The Robert Saltonstall papers document the short period he served as an administrative officer and lecturer at Harvard Business School. The papers include course preparation materials, annotated HBS case materials, course syllabus, and correspondence with government officials and businesses requesting documentation to augment courses he taught between 1950 and 1953.
Overview: The Benjamin M. Selekman papers span from 1929 to 1965 and document Selekman's time as a faculty member at Harvard Business School and his work as an imparital arbitrator for labor disputes in various industries, particularly with the steel industry and the men's clothing industry in New England.
Scope and Contents: The Robert E. Stone papers include materials collected and organized by Stone during his tenure as Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School (HBS) in conjunction with his appointment as the American co-director of the Institute of Business Administration at the University of Istanbul from 1954 to 1959. The records contain the annual reports written by Stone and submitted to HBS Dean Stanley F. Teele about the Institute's progress, staff meeting minutes,...
Scope and Contents: The Theodore H. Brown papers consists of a study prepared by Brown on retirement annunities in 1952. It appears that Brown, who was close to retirement, prepared the study for himself and for his fellow professors.
Scope and Contents: The papers of Charles C. Withers, HBS Lecturer in Business Policy, and President of Towle Manufacturing Company (1950-1957) cover the period from his undergraduate years until his death. The bulk of the material fall within the years of his employment at Towle and HBS. The records contain prospectus, correspondence, teaching material, memoranda, directives, minutes, ephemera, schedules, publications, questionnaires, by-laws, reports, photographs, reviews and speeches. These records...