COLLECTIONS: 7161 - 7170 of 7846
Scope and Contents: Account book of Thomas Fillebrown containing charges for labor he and his son provided to residents of Cambridge, Massachusetts, from 1788 to 1825. Entries record wages for general activities, such as a “day’s work,” and specific tasks like killing livestock and setting glass windows. The accounts also include records of payment via cash or barter.
Overview: Letters on the publication of Dibdin's Bibliographical Decameron; letters and clippings concerning the book collector Richard Heber, and letters, manuscripts, and printed material on Dibdin's various publications.
Overview: The Thomas Gibbons business papers document his steam ferry business and personal life in New Jersey and New York, 1803-1862.
Overview: Records of Thomas Groom & Company, a stationery business in Boston, Massachusetts. At one time Groom did its own printing, owned a binding subsidiary, and had 4 retail outlets in Boston.
Overview: Course materials, speeches, articles and correspondence of HBS Professor of Accounting Thomas H. Sanders.
Overview: Includes drawings, etchings, photographs, lithographs, costume designs, printed articles, and programs concerning dance in India and China and the dancer Ram Gopal in particular. Boxed materials have been minimally arranged.
Overview: Chiefly papers relating to the Bank for International Settlements. Includes correspondence, files of Central Banks, monthly and quarterly reports, and statements. There are also earlier files relating to McKittrick's years with Lee, Higginson as well as some personal papers.