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The collection documents the career and research of Andrew F. Brimmer, Harvard Business School professor and first African-American appointed to serve as a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.
The collection consists of the teaching and administrative records of HBS professor Charles A. Bliss.
Teaching and research records of HBS professor Charles M. Williams.
The teaching and research records of HBS professor Dan Throop Smith.
The Wallace Brett Donham cases and teaching files span 1921 to 1949 and holds lecture notes and cases for first year students at the Harvard Business School.
The Wallace Brett Donham papers contains materials between 1933 to 1955 concerning Dean Donham's career at the Harvard Bussiness School.
The Edward C. Bursk papers spans the years 1942 to 1974 and document Professor Bursk's time as a faculty member at Harvard Business School and his work as editor of the Harvard Business Review.
This collection includes papers of Harvard Business School professor Francis J. Aguilar documenting his research, teaching, and professional activities.
The Francis Noyes Balch papers consist of lecture notes, correspondence and letters wth colleagues, and notes on business and government courses taught by Balch at HBS.
The Harvard Business School working papers collection consists of papers authored or co-authored by Harvard Business School faculty from 1969 to the present.
A collection of video interviews with leading members of the HBS entrepreneurial community. VHS copies of the video archive were digitized in 2014.
This collection includes class materials from James W. Horwitz’s time as a student at the Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration (1924-1926), and papers and correspondence relating to his statistician work after graduating.
The Warren Law papers consist of teaching records including cases taught, annotated case material, case research, newspaper clippings, and a small amount of correspondence related to the case.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This collection contains materials that document Donald Scott’s involvement in the founding of the Harvard University Press (HUP) and his subsequent engagement with the press throughout his career.
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.