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Overview: Scrapbooks, bulletins, and student and administrative records of the United States. Army. Quartermaster Corps Reserve Officers Training Corps (Harvard University).
Overview: Classroom instructional materials and other administrative records from the United States. Army. Supply Officers Training School (Harvard University).
Scope and Contents: Two account books maintained by the Philadelphia Custom House, dated 1796-1802. Volume one is a cash book. Volume two contains receipts for export bounties and for damages on imports, including the signatures of ship masters and the name of the vessel carrying the cargo. There are also receipts for wages for crews of United States revenue cutters and for customs inspectors.
Overview: This collection contains customs documents, correspondence, and United States Treasury Department circulars sent to the Marblehead Custom House, dated from 1789 to 1878. Included are vessel documents for American ships and letters regarding registration and licensing, import and export duties, smuggling, and commodities brought into Marblehead. The circulars mainly relay news of Congressional acts that affected maritime trade.
Scope and Contents: Bond book, dated 1791, containing the names of individuals and businesses who loaned money to the American government during the Revolutionary War. Names include land developer Andrew Craigie (1743-1820) and merchant Joseph Barrell (1739-1804), of Boston, Massachusetts, and lawyer and politician Daniel C. Verplanck (1762-1834), jurist Edward Livingston (1764-1836), and merchants Horace & Seth Johnson & Co. of New York. There is a copy of a stock certificate issued by the state of South...
Overview: Typescript carbon report issued by the U. S. Navy on World War I construction and repair of ships.
Overview: Class outline, examinations, registration materials and summary of the Navy Industrial Accounting Course at Harvard Business School, 1944-1945.
Overview: Assignments, examinations, registration packets, newsletters, and other materials related to the United States Navy Supply Corps School at Harvard Business School.