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Overview: Records of the Suffolk Bank of Boston, Mass., 1818-1904.
Scope and Contents: Partial records of two savings banks in Boston, Mass., the Suffolk Savings Bank (founded 1833) and the Franklin Savings Bank (founded 1861). The two banks merged in 1957. The depositors' records for the Franklin Bank are especially complete. There are also general ledgers, cash books, and statement books, but no correspondence.
FOUND IN: Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe InstituteCollection Identifier: M-133, reel E28; A-68, Series XIII
Overview: Suffrage printed material, autographs, drawings, etc., collected by Mary Earhart Dillon.
FOUND IN: Harvard University ArchivesCollection Identifier: UAI 20.790
Overview: In the mid 1700s, Harvard administrators began incorporating English oratory into an undergraduate curriculum traditionally focused on Latin and Greek. To reflect the expanded emphasis on oratory, upperclassmen participated in English debates, dialogues, and orations on Commencement Day and in public exhibitions using subjects and questions provided by the Harvard Faculty. This collection contains handwritten questions and subjects suggested by the Harvard Faculty primarily in the 1810s and...
Overview: Papers of Unitarian minister William Laurence Sullivan that include writings, sermons, prayers, correspodence, and material related to his work with the American Unitarian Association and the Unitarian Laymen's League Mission. The papers span 1895-1961.
Scope and Contents: Extensive series of financial records of Suncook and its predecessor firms. For Suncook there is also considerable unbound material, including correspondence, tax papers, and employment materials. Included are a few records of Superior Diaphragm Manufacturing Company, 1935-1936. Wellington, Sears and Company was selling agent for Suncook for much of the time.
Overview: Legal briefs and administrative records of the Superior Court of the Pow Wow, a Harvard Law School student organization, dating from its inception in 1870 to 1898. There are also a few records from 1934-1969.
Overview: Training films and accompanying printed material relating to supervisory management courses produced by the American Management Association.