Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
Incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports to the head office of the Bank of China, cables, and some bank records.
Personal and professional papers of China trader and textile manufacturing firm treasurer J. Howard Nichols, 1856-1905.
Select records of the investment banking house Jay Cooke & Co.
Correspondence, account books and other records documenting the business activities of merchant, fur trader, and investor John Jacob Astor (1763-1848).
Cotton manufacturing firm of Lowell, Mass., established in 1831 by proprietors of the other Lowell mills in connection with the Boston merchants Abbott and Amos Lawrence. The collection includes general account books, production records, sales records, payrolls, and letters.
Letter from Benjamin Alexander to Dr. Wessler regarding Beth Israel Hospital Medical Senior Staff Dinner
1 page letter from Benjamin Alexander inviting Dr. Wessler to attend the Beth Israel Hospital Medical Senior Staff Dinner and detailing the agenda for that meeting.
Records of Lyman Mills, a Holyoke, Mass., manufacturer of cotton textiles, 1833-1936.
A collection of materials relating to the Norway-Sweden boundary arbitration of 1908-1909
Select records of New York Life Insurance and Trust Company, chartered in 1830.
The papers relating to R.H. Macy and Company are chiefly source material gathered and used by Harvard Business School professor Ralph M. Hower for his study of Macy’s department store of New York.
The records of the Peace Dale Manufacturing Company, a large textile empire located in Peace Dale, Rhode Island owned and operated by five generations of the Hazard family.
Multiple collections of records of banks in New England and New York, 1803-1915.
Incuded in this aggregate record are eleven (11) unique collections related to Boston merchants engaged in foreign trade, 1818-1887.
Artificial collection containing records of customs houses, toll collectors and the U.S. Treasury Department, 1789-1870.
Multiple collections or records of general stores of Maine, 1811-1873.
Records of general stores in New Hampshire and Vermont, 1824-1886.
Multiple collections related to merchants engaged in foreign trade, 1816-1920.
Samuel Slater (1768-1835) and his partners established the first cotton mill in the United States in 1791 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island. Later, Samuel Slater, his brother, and their children established a series of cotton and woolen mills in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Connecticut. The collection includes general accounting records, production records, and letters representing Slater family interests, mainly in textile manufacturing.
The Stetson family of Bangor, Maine, were general merchants, shippers, dealers in lumber, agents for timber land, and bankers.
Records of the Suffolk Bank of Boston, Mass., 1818-1904.
Records of merchant and shipowner Thatcher Magoun and his son Thatcher Magoun, Jr., of Boston and Medford, Mass., relating to their involvement in international trade and shipping, 1816-1885.
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.
The Thorp D. Sawyer papers are letters written by an American engineer working in Chile, Bolivia, and Colombia, 1910-1946.