Alabama Association for Higher Education in Business.Auburn University.25 cu. ft. (1 half-size document box)Correspondence, reports, conference agendas, attendance lists and mailing lists (1971-74).Contact InformationCatalog Record
Frain, Joseph, 1914-Columbia University52 leaves. 1 reel.Family's immigration to Canada; shipping work, routing; World War II; General Steelwares and Whittall merger with Continental Can; customs and United States business; unionism vs. profit-sharing; company credit union.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Stewart, Charles Leslie, 1890-Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections4 linear ft.Correspondence, drafts of speeches and articles, reprints of articles, reports, publications, and other papers. Topics include agricultural economics conferences; Stewart's travels in Latin America, Europe, and Afghanistan; farm appraisal; farm relief and an export-debenture plan; government land policy; a cooperative highway research project undertaken by University of Illinois and Illinois Division of Highways; county reorganization; land prices and income; land tenure and transfer; land values and taxation; strip mining and its relation to agriculture; academic retirement annuities and housing; gerontology; American Association of University Professors; and legislation. Includes tape-recorded interview on Clark R. Griggs and Prof. Stewart's coming to Illinois.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Mellor, Walter H., 1875-1939.Indiana Historical Society - Smith Memorial Library1 box.The collection contains correspondence, publications, programs, and clippings regarding Mellor's business and personal interests. The bulk of the collection deals with Mellor's activities with the American National Jewelers Association and the Indiana Retail Jewelers' Association, and includes correspondence, publications, and meeting programs. There are also items from other jewelers' associations in other states. Also included are materials on an excise tax on jewelry from 1922-1923. There are also records from Mellor's jewelry business, including price lists and a 1912 catalog, and papers from the sale of the business in 1921. Also included are personal materials regarding Mellor's death and funeral, including correspondence and his will; and materials from his membership in the Michigan City chapters of the Rotary Club and Modern Woodmen of America.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Darrow, Ebenezer.New London County Historical Society106 items.Includes land deeds, deeds of sale of ships, personal letters, bills, receipts, records of fish caught and sold, and promissory notes.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Cole, James A., 1854-1935.Maine Historical Society1 linear ft. (2 boxes)Correspondence, advertising materials, bills and receipts, shipping invoices, and promissory notes pertaining to business activities; together with several items of correspondence and deeds (1844-1884) of Peter G. Cram and family of Baldwin, Me.Contact InformationCatalog Record
E. Ingraham Co.Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections300 linear ft.Account books, ledgers, daybooks, bankbooks, purchasing records, invoices, and other financial records; correspondence (chiefly 1869-1947) with customers, suppliers, lawyers, and clock manufacturers; payroll volumes and ledgers; shipping records; correspondence, agreements, and contracts with United Electrical and Radio Workers of America (U.E.) and International Union of Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers (I.U.E.-C.I.O) locals, documenting labor relations; books of subsidiary companies; printed materials; catalogs; photos; charts; and other records. Contains correspondence and other papers of Ingraham family members including company founder, Elias (1805-1885) and presidents and other officers, Edward (1850-1892), Walter A. (1856-1930), Edward II (1887-1972), Dudley S. (1890-1982), and William S. Ingraham (1857-1930); and records of U.S. War Production Board which ordered the company to cease manufacture of clocks and watches and assume production of mechanical time-fuse parts of ... MoreContact InformationCatalog Record
Coe & Carter Company.University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center3.15 cubic ft. (7 boxes)The collection is chiefly business records of the Coe & Carter Company. It includes ledgers and notebooks, abstracts of titles, contracts, deeds, leases, mortgages, tax records and other financial items. Also included are material related to the estates of various Coe family members and to Frank E. Coe's business interests.Contact InformationInventory for collectionCatalog Record
Dyke, George E., 1892-Columbia University116 leaves. 2 reels.Transportation at turn of century; Wall Street broker; stock sales for Gair; Gair family; effects of Depression; construction of shipping containers, cartons, paperboard; use of waste paper vs pulp; modernization of Piermont plant; history of Owens-Illinois; Lucius Clay and Continental Can management personalities, merger; new bookkeeping system; cylinder vs fourdrinier machine; folding carton plants, profit margins; effects of World War II on Gair; pulp allocation; work in Office of Price Administration; Gair's Southern expansion; water pollution problems with Augusta plant; Southern woodland acquisitions; Richmond corrugated plant purchase; Gair-Ft. Wayne deal.Contact InformationCatalog Record
Valiant, Charles E., 1899-Columbia University63 leaves. 1 reel.Family in Baltimore; machine apprentice; employment with various container manufacturers; closing machines; trouble shooting on body makers.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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