University of Wyoming - American Heritage Center
Collection contains professional correspondence (1946-1969); photographs of Fiske; 6 scrapbooks; speeches on international trade; and subject files relating to the U.S. Trade and Industrial Development Mission to Ireland and his work as editor of "Export Trade and Shipper" (1950-1968)
Ithaca College Library
Recordings of lectures sponsored by Ithaca College's School of Business, includes Distinguished Speaker series and alumni speakers. Lecturers (in chronological order): Paul Krugman, MIT economics (October 21, 1991) ; Roger G Ackerman, CEO of Corning Incorporated (November 2, 1992) ; Kenneth R. Kay, Computer Systems Policy Project (March 2, 1993) ; Barbara Ley Toffler, founder, Resources for Responsible Management, Yale University (March 23, 1994) ; Douglas Gripp '84 (September 23, 1999) ; Lance C. Cunha '68 (November 3, 1999) ; Stewart Leonard '77 (February 3, 2000) ; William L. Schrader, CEO of PSINet (March 3, 2000)
Mystic Seaport Museum
Correspondence, accounts, receipts, etc -- Also includes bills and ships' papers relating to the bark J.H. BOWERS and ship RAPHAEL, reflecting transactions all over the world
Mystic Seaport Museum
Letters to the firm, chiefly from commission merchants, describing market condition, their business activities, politics, and weather, in East Indian and Chinese ports
Mystic Seaport Museum
Approximately 850 letters, covers, and other papers carried by ships in the late 18th and 19th centuries, nearly all with ship stamps and/or other postal markings, including letters (1840s-1850s) relating to the opium trade and China trade -- Also includes Krumwiede's philatelic correspondence (1943-1953) and letters, covers, prints of postal markings, and ship covers; notes and indexes for mail-carrying ships; philatelic clippings; photographs and ship pictures; clippings and articles from Steamboat Bill, Seaposter, and Stamps; and monographs and clippings relating to ocean mail
Wayne State University - Walter P. Reuther Library
Correspondence, research material, notes, minutes, speeches and other materials related to UAW Special Projects Dept
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Series I. of the Tench Coxe section, volumes and printed material includes: Letterbooks, 1778-1819, deal chiefly with mercantile and real estate business matters, Collection of Revenue letterbook, 1801-1802; letterbook, 1813-1816, concerning Coxe's difficulties in completing his accounts as Purveyor of Public Supplies
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
The Borie Family Papers span a period from 1791 to 1888, and document the professional lives and personal relationships of J.J. Borie and his son Adolph. They were both involved in several Philadelphia trade houses that shipped goods to France, Mexico, and South America. Commercial records additionally document J.J.'s cotton mill, which he owned in partnership with his brother-in-law Peter Laguerenne, and the experiences of several Saint Domingue merchants during the Haitian Revolution. Personal papers in the collection highlight the Bories' travels through Europe and Adolph Borie's close personal friendship with Ulysses S. Grant. Besides J.J. and Adolph Borie, other related individuals represented in this collection include Sophie Borie (wife of J.J. Borie); Susanna Beauveau Guibert (Sophie's sister) and her husband Elias; Charles L. Borie (one of J.J. Borie and Sophie Borie's sons), his wife Clementine McKean, and one of their sons Beauveau Borie. There are also a number of records ... Read More
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
The Leckie family papers document the business activities and relationships of Alexander Leckie and his sons, who traded dry goods between England, the United States, and the Caribbean around 1800
Emory University - Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Collection
The collection consists of the papers of the William G. Porter family from 1821-1936, as well as the business records of William G. Porter and Company from 1831-1867. The family papers primarily include correspondence but also contain financial records, legal documents, personal papers, professional papers, and photographs of the Porter family. The business records include accounting, legal, and insurance records as well as bills of lading, freight lists, weighers returns, and correspondence regarding their shipping business and work as bank and collection agents


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