COLLECTIONS: 1 - 10 of 571
Overview: The 1934 Art and Industry Exhibition photograph collection contains photographs that were on display in New York City and Chicago in an exhibition sponsored by the National Alliance of Art and Industry.
Scope and Contents: Papers relating to certain non-business interests of Filene. Included are some materials on industrial relations and papers of the National Committee for a Department of Education, of which Filene was chairman.
Scope and Contents: Collection consists of three day books and one postcard of the Rhoades House in East Walpole. Volume 1 covers 1809 to 1812, and includes debts for a variety of products principally rum, tobacco, cordials, wine, soap, biscuits, butter as well as boots and shoes presumably kept by Aaron Rhoades. Volume 2 covers 1812 to 1867, and includes debts arranged by debtor in the first part of the volume kept by Aaron Rhoades and then turns to lists of sales or repairs of boots and shoes kept by William...
Scope and Contents: The collection consists of letters received from Toulmin, Hazard & Company, relating to cotton which Bell and Company sold on consignment.
Account books and other material relating to the whaling industry chiefly from New Bedford and Nantucket, Mass.
Overview: Multiple collections of account books and other material relating to the whaling industry chiefly from New Bedford and Nantucket, Mass., 1774-1922
Overview: Account books and records of shipbuilders located in New England and New York, 1754-1923.
Overview: Multiple collections that include account books of farmers in Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, and Vermont, 1755-1917.
Overview: Business papers of shipping and commission merchant brothers Calvin and William H. Adams of Bangor, Maine and New York City.
Overview: The Adams of Adams Sugar Refinery was Isaac Adams of Sandwich, N.H. The collection consists of 2 letter books and a journal.
Overview: Partial records, gathered for a case study, of a department store in Dayton, Ohio which closed in 1950.