Portrait Photograph Collection, 1930-1940


Portrait Photograph Collection, 1930-1940

This collection includes photographic prints of copies of paintings, prints, and engravins and portraits of businessmen and industrialists

12 linear ft. (12 boxes)


SNAC Resource ID: 6382593

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Harvard University

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Harvard College was founded by a vote of the Great and General Court of Massachusetts on October 28, 1636 that allocated “400£ towards a schoale or colledge.” Subsequent legislative acts established the Board of Overseers, but it was the Charter of 1650 that created the Harvard Corporation as the College's primary governing board and defined its composition and authority. The College Charter became a contentious target for College officials, the Massachusetts Governor and General C...

Corning Glass Works

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Corning Glass Works was founded in 1851 by Amory Houghton, in Somerville, Massachusetts, originally as the Bay State Glass Co. It later moved to Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York, and operated as the Brooklyn Flint Glass Works. The company moved again to its ultimate home and eponym, the city of Corning, New York, in 1868 under leadership of the founder's son, Amory Houghton, Jr. The California Institute of Technology's 200-inch (5.1 m) telescope mirror at Palomar Observatory was cast by Corni...

Xerox corporation

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Founded 1906. Manufacturer of computer peripherals and software; office/business equipment. From the description of Archives. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 79322255 ...

W.R. Grace & Co.

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W. R. Grace and Co. is an American chemical business based in Columbia, Maryland. It produces specialty chemicals and specialty materials in two divisions: Grace Catalysts Technologies, which makes catalysts and related products and technologies used in petrochemical, refining, and other chemical manufacturing applications, and Grace Materials and Chemicals, which makes specialty materials, including silica-based and silica-alumina-based materials, used in pharmaceutical/consumer, coatings, and ...

Procter & Gamble Company.

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Merck & Co.

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Sears, Roebuck and Company

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Sears, Roebuck and Co., commonly known as Sears, is an American chain of department stores founded by Richard Warren Sears and Alvah Curtis Roebuck in 1892, and reincorporated by Richard Sears and Julius Rosenwald in 1906. Formerly based at the Sears Tower in Chicago and currently headquartered in Hoffman Estates, Illinois, the operation began as a mail ordering catalog company and began opening retail locations in 1925. The first location was in Chicago, Illinois. In 2005, the...

International Business Machines Corporation

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International Business Machines Corporation was incorporated in New York State on June 16, 1911 under the name Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. In 1922, Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. purchased all of the shares of Deutsche Hollerith Maschinen Gesellschaft. In 1924 the official name of the company was changed to International Business Machines Corporation. In 1933, IBM CEO Thomas Watson ordered the merger of IBM subsidiaries in Germany (Optima, Degemag, Holgemag, Dehomag) under the name De...

Eastman Kodak Company

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Kodak, short for Eastman Kodak Company is a multinational technology company based in the United States. It was founded by George Eastman in 1888. Kodak is widely known for and internationally renowned for its photographic film products. It was one of the foremost photographic film businesses of the 20th Century. In 2009 as part of a major global restructuring programme, Kodak generously donated its research department's library to DMU Archives and Special Collections. T...

N.W. Ayer & Son

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Kelvinator Corporation.

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Douglas Aircraft Co., Inc.

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Sylvania Electric Products, Inc.

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R.H. Macy & Co., Inc.

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Equitable Life Ins. Co.

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U. S. Steel.

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Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company

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Milwaukee, WI. From the description of Annual reports, ca.1900-1925. (College of Physicians of Philadelphia). WorldCat record id: 122523866 ...

Curtis Pub. Co.

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Alex. Smith Carpet Co.

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U.S. Rubber Products Inc.

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Eastern Gas & Fuel Assoc.

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Air Brake Co.

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Central Republic Bank & Trust Company

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Curtiss-Wright Corporation

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On June 26, 1929, the Curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Company merged with the Wright Aeronautical Corporation to form the Curtiss-Wright Corporation. After this merger, the former Wright organization took over all of the engine and propeller manufacturing, while Curtiss concentrated on airplanes. This merger was completed by organizing two major divisions under their original names, but under the direction of a corporate headquarters located in New York City. However, the election of fo...

Firestone Tire and Rubber Co.

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Harris-Seybold-Potter Company / Harris-Intertype Corporation

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James Maguire & Co.

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Crane Co.

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Industrial company founded in Chicago in 1855. The Crane Company began as a small foundry established by Richard T. Crane, with help from his uncle, lumber dealer Martin Ryerson. The company manufactured brass and copper couplings, train engine parts, heating supplies, valves, pipe fittings, wagon equipment, machine tools, and other industrial goods. The company expanded its operations after the Chicago Fire of 1871 and is still in business today. From the de...

Federal reserve bank of Boston

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Pepperell Manufacturing Company

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Company was a cotton manufacturer in Biddeford, Maine. From the description of Certificate of shares. 1883. (American Textile History Museum Library). WorldCat record id: 50739037 Cotton manufacturing company organized in 1850 in Biddeford, Maine. Consolidated with Laconia Co. (organized in 1844) in 1899, with the Massachusetts Cotton Mills (organized in 1839) in 1926, and with Saco Water Power Co. in 1916. From the description of Records, 1741-1932 (inclusive), ...


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Nippon Electric

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Commonwealth & Southern Corpn.

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Consolidated Gas Co.

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W. & M. Mfg. Co.

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Chemical Bank and Trust Co.

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Northern Pacific R.R.

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United States Steel Corporation

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American Steel & Wire Co., descendant from Washburn & Moen, acquired by U.S. Steel in 1901 and became its American Steel & Wire Division; employed 4000 workers during 1940s; facilities expansion at South Works plant in 1957-1958; ceased operations in Worcester in 1977. From the description of United States Steel Corporation photograph collection, 1940-1970 (bulk 1957-1958). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70965884 On June 30, 1960, U.S. Steel Corporat...

Robesonia Iron Co., Philadelphia

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Richmond News-Leader

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American Electric Power System Companies

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Baldwin Locomotive Works

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Matthias Baldwin (b. 1795), a former jeweler and tool manufacturer, was commissioned in 1831 by Franklin Peale to fashion a miniature locomotive engine to be displayed at his Philadelphia Museum. Soon the Philadelphia, Germantown and Norristown Railroad asked Baldwin to construct "Old Ironsides," his first full-size engine, in 1832. Subsequently, M.W. Baldwin, incorporated in 1831, became an establishment for the manufacture of locomotive engines at 400 North Broad Street in Philadelphia. The po...

Armstrong Cork Co.

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New York Banking House

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Bucyrus-Erie Co.

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White, Weld, & Co.

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American Zinc, Lead and Smelting Co.

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Union Iron Works

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Cabot Corporation

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United States Steel Corp.

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Pacific Gas & Electric Company.

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Kraft-Phenix Cheese Corporation

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Franklin Savings Bank

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American Airlines, inc

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Sperry & Hutchinson Co.

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First National City Bank

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Jones & Laughlin Steel Corpn.

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Otis Steel Company

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Organized 1873; incorporated 1912. From the description of Stock certificate, [19--]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70971289 ...

Hart, Schaffner & Marx

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E.I. Du Pont De Nemours & Co.

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Massachusetts Investors Trust

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General Foods Post Div.

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Continental Oil Company

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The Marland Oil Company was incorporated in 1920 and renamed the Continental Oil Company on June 26, 1929. It was renamed Conoco, Inc., on July 1, 1979. From the description of Revaluation of assets and change of capital structure, 1933. (Hagley Museum & Library). WorldCat record id: 86134307 Wilbur Cross was an editor for Conoco Oil Company's publishing and advertising department and oversaw the writing of "Conoco: The First One Hundred Years: Building on t...

Boston Safe Deposit and Trust Company

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Bonwit Teller & Co.

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Originally called Bonwit's when it was founded in 1895 as a specialty shop for women's apparel in 1895, it became Bonwit Teller in 1897 when Edmund D. Teller joined as a partner. After several moves, Bonwit Teller eventually moved to its 57th Street location. When Paul Bonwit retired in 1934, the store was sold to Atlas Corporation. In 1989, L.J. Hooker, Bonwit Teller's owning company, filed for Chapter 11, and in 1990 the firm was liquidated. From the description of Bonwit Teller sc...

Weatherhead Co.

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Hudson's Bay Co.

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Hewlett-Packard Company.

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Founded 1939. Manufacturer of computer components, peripherals, and software; semiconductors; laboratory equipment; measuring devices. From the description of Archives. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83383181 Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard were friends and fellow graduates of Stanford University. Following their graduation from Stanford, the two founded the electronics firm Hewlett-Packard Company in 1938. Their first product was the resistance-capacity audio oscillator (HP 2...

International Minerals & Chemical Corp.

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Montgomery Ward & Co.

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Corn Products Refining Co.

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American Rolling Mill Co.

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American Molasses Company

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Russell & Company

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Armco Steel Corporation

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Jewel Tea Co., Inc.

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American Agricultural Chemical Company

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Farr Alpaca Co.

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Prudential Insurance Co.

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Borg-Warner Corp.

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The Western Pacific Railroad Company

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Hayden, Stone & Co.

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Investment banking firm of Boston and New York. Founded in 1892. From the description of Records, 1893-1961 (inclusive). (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 269594182 ...

Wamsutta Mills

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Incorporated in 1846; first mill opened in 1849 under the supervision of Thomas Bennett, Jr.; it was a cotton manufacturer primarioly producing cotton shirting and sheeting which operated in New Bedford, Mass., for over 100 hundred years. From the description of Wamsutta Mills minutes, 1874-1901. (Old Dartmouth Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 159940561 ...

Jay Cooke & Co.

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Jay Cooke (1821-1905) founded the investment banking house of Jay Cooke and Company in Philadelphia in 1861. During the Civil War Cooke played a leading role in selling government bonds to finance the war effort. The firm failed in 1873 partly because of Cooke's involvement in financing construction of the Northern Pacific Railroad. The firm of Charles D. Barney and Company, established by Cooke's son-in-law, was the successor firm. From the description of Records, 1832-1915 (inclusi...

Exxon Corporation

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New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.

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Bank of America

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Armour & Co.

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The Magnavox Co.

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Station W.O.R.

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Boise Cascade Corp.

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Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe R.R. Co.

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Aluminum Company of America

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Alcoa sponsored various television venues in the 1950's and early 1960's including, The Alcoa hour, Alcoa premiere, Aloca presents, and Alcoa theater. From the description of Collection of television scripts sponsored by Alcoa, 1959-1963. (University of California, Los Angeles). WorldCat record id: 40161076 The Aluminum Company of America was founded in Pittsburgh, Pa. in 1888 by a group of entrepreneurs, including Capt. Alfred E. Hunt, Charles Martin Hall, Arthur Vining Dav...

Cleveland Trust Co.

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Brown Paper Co.

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Saco-Lowell Shops

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Textile machinery manufacturing company, Saco and Biddeford, Me. Formed in 1912 from the consolidation of Saco-Pettee Company and the Lowell Machine Shops. Saco-Pettee's history extends back on one side to 1825 when the Pettee Machine Works, Newton, Mass., were established and to 1839 on the other side when the Saco Water Power Company was founded. In 1897 these firms formed the Saco and Pettee Machine Shops. In 1930 the firm consolidated all its operations in Maine. In 1948 it acquired a plant ...

General Telephone & Electronics Corporation.

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Burlington Ry. Co.

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J.C. Penney Co.

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Macy's Dept. Store

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General Mills, inc.

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Minneapolis, MN. From the description of Pamphlet and handbill, ca.1930. (College of Physicians of Philadelphia). WorldCat record id: 122364952 In 1893 the Washburn-Crosby Company of Minneapolis opened a Buffalo office from which to distribute its flour throughout the East. A Buffalo flour mill followed in 1904, and in 1928 General Mills was organized with Washburn-Crosby as its nucleus. Washburn-Crosby was dissolved in 1937. General Mills Buffalo operations include a cereal...

Central Trust Company

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Stop & Shop, Inc.

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J.I. Case Co.

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American Telephone & Telegraph Co.

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Pettee Machine Works.

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Hudson Motor Car Co.

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R.H. Macy Co.

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Booz Allen Hamilton.

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Booz Allen Hamilton is an American public consulting firm. It was founded by Edwin G. Booz in 1914. Edwin Booz earned a bachelor's degree in economics and a master's degree in psychology at Northwestern University. From the guide to the Booz-Allen, Hamilton Top Organization Survey, 1969, (Northwestern University Archives) ...


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Norton Company

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F.B. Norton & Co., manufacturer of stoneware and related products, Worcester, Mass., began making emery wheels ca. 1873; sold to group of investors and reorganized as Norton Emery Wheel Company in 1885; later renamed Norton Company; the world's largest manufacturer of abrasives and abrasives machinery; in 1987 had plants in 27 countries. From the description of Norton Company collection, 1870-1990 (bulk 1900-1985). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70927348 F.B. Norton &amp...

Henry W. Peabody & Co.

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The Proctor & Gamble Company

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Partner, selling house

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Bank of the Manhattan Company

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The Bank of the Manhattan Company (BMC) was opened in September, 1799, with extra capital from the Manhattan Company, which the company charter permitted to be used to establish an "office of discount and deposit." The BMC merged with the Chase National Bank in 1955 to form the Chase Manhattan Bank. From the description of Records, 1799-1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155490497 Sadler was assistant treasurer at the bank, in New York City. From the descriptio...

S.H. Kress & Co.

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McKesson & Robbins, Inc.

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Boston Manufacturing Company; American Reenforced Paper Co.

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Boston Chamber of Commerce

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Ford motor company

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When Ford Motor Company was founded in 1903, Alexander Y. Malcolmson was elected the Company's first treasurer, but his assistant James Couzens actually managed financial functions. People holding the position of Ford Motor Company treasurer from 1903 to 1955 included Alexander Y. Malcolmson, 1903-1906; James J. Couzens, 1906-1915; Frank L. Klingensmith, 1915-1921; Edsel B Ford, 1921-1943; B. J. Craig, 1943-1946; and L. E. Briggs, 1946-1955. In 1903, the business office was in a small building o...

McGraw-Hill Publishing Co.

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Sinclair Refining Company

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Kelvinator Corp.

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National Cash Register Co.

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Cudahy Packing Company

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South Omaha, NE. From the description of Trade catalogs, ca.1910. (College of Physicians of Philadelphia). WorldCat record id: 122489547 ...

Keener, J.W. B.F. Goodrich Co.

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Radio corporation of America

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General Baking Co.

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Rockland-Atlas National Bank of Boston

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Allen-Lane Co.

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A.C. Nielsen Company

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Information from one of the reports indicates that A.C. Nielsen Company, located in Chicago, was at this point an engineering organization investigating, analyzing and reporting on the actual performance and use of methods, machinery, and material. From the description of [Product surveys]. 1923-1927. (American Textile History Museum Library). WorldCat record id: 48522687 ...

American Locomotive Company

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The American Locomotive Company was incorporated in 1901 by merging 7 small locomotive companies with the Schenectady Locomotive Engine Manufactory (incorprated 1848). In 1955, the company changed its name to Alco Products, Incorporated. In 1964, the Worthington Corporation Acquired Alco. Alco has headquarters in New York City and a main plant in Schenectady, N.Y., with other plants in Auburn and Dunkirk, N.Y., and Latrobe, Pa. Alco's Schenectady facilities have affiliations with Ge...

American Can Company

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Detroit Steel Casting Co.

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Charles A. Rheinstrom, Inc.

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General Asphalt Co.

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New England Merchants National Bank

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Packard Motor Car Co.

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RCA Corporation

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The Radio Corporation of America was incorporated in Delaware on October 17, 1919, and changed its name to RCA Corporation on May 9, 1969. For over fifty years it was one of the country's leading manufacturers and vendors of radios, phonographs, televisions, and a wide array of consumer and military electronics products. Through subsidiaries, it operated the country's first radiotelegraph, radiotelephone and radio facsimile systems, as well as its pioneer radio and television networ...

Merrimack Mills and Machine Shop

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Pepperell Mills

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Johns-Manville Corporation

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The H.W. Johns Manufacturing Company (New York, N.Y.) was founded in 1858 for the use of asbestos as a fire resistant roofing material. The Manville Covering Company (Milwaukee, Wis.) was founded in 1886 for the use of asbestos as a heat insulating material. They merged in 1901 to form the H.W. Johns-Manville Company (New York, N.Y.). The company was reincorporated as Johns-Manville Corporation in 1926, but was temporarily named Manville Corporation between 1981 and 1997. Now Johns-Manville, hea...

Business Historical Society

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Organized in 1925 to promote the study of business history and to collect and preserve the records of business operations of the past. The Society was based at Baker Library, Harvard Business School. From the description of Records, 1925-1957 (inclusive). (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 269607999 In early 1934, the Business Historical Society at Harvard Business School was invited by the Pan American Union of Washington, D.C., to participate in "Pan-American D...

The First National Bank of Chicago

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Lincoln Filene Professorship of Retailing

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Boston Manufacturing Company

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Textile firm established in Waltham, Mass. in 1813 by Francis Cabot Lowell and Patrick Tracy Jackson. Operated the first mill in the world to combine all aspects of the manufacture of cotten cloth under one roof. Its establishment marks the start of the factory system in the United States. From the description of Records, 1813-1930 (inclusive) [microform]. (Harvard Business School). WorldCat record id: 229894354 ...

General Motors

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Iron Fireman Manufacturing Co.

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Lambert Pharmacel Co.

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Paramount Pictures, inc.

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Atlantic Richfield Co.

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Corn Products Co.

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Johnson & Son, Inc.

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The First National Bank of Atlanta

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U. S. Military Academy

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Federated Department Stores

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Developed by businessman Marshall Field out of various partnerships that operated dry goods stores in the 1850s-1870s, the store adopted the name Marshall Field & Company in January 1881. In 1982, Field's was acquired by BATUS (British-American Tobacco U.S.). In 1992, Field's was acquired by Dayton Hudson Corporation. Dayton Hudson became Target Corporation in 2000. Target sold Field's to May Department Stores in 2004, which merged with Federated Department Stores, the operator of Macy's dep...

<<the>> Economist (London)

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Cahners Publishing Company

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Pet Incorporated

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United Shoe Machinery Co.

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Ferris & Co.

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Gimbel Brothers

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Adam Gimbel established family in the retail business when he opened a store in Vincennes, Indiana in 1842. His sons, including Jacob, started the Gimbel Brothers firm. Gimbel Brothers began in Milwaukee in 1887 and later expanded to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and New York. Horace Saks sold Saks Fifth Avenue and Saks Thirty-fourth Street stores to Bernard Gimbel in 1923 for Gimbel stock. Gimbels Southgate was the first suburban Gimbels store in 1954. Gimbels merged with Schuster's Department Stor...

Saco-Lowell Machine Works

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Chatham Mfg Co.

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Kern Co. Land Co.

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Northeast Airlines

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Harvard Business Press

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Hawaiian Pineapple Co.

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First National Bank of the City of New York

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Deere & Company

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Office of Econ. Opportunity

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Northern Pacific Railway Co.

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McKinsey & Co., Inc.

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Worcester Pressed Steel Company

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Equitable Life Assurance Society

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U.S. President. From the description of Autograph draft unsigned of the reply of the Trustees of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States, to William W. Armstrong, Tamsworth, N.H., 1905 Sept. 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270926711 ...

PepsiCo, inc.

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Augustine Heard & Co.

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Pittsburgh plate glass company

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The Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company (PPG) was founded in 1883 in Creighton, Pennsylvania, by Captain John Baptiste Ford and John Pitcairn. The plant quickly became known for its glass products using the plate process and developed methods for creating thinner, and more versatile, high quality glass. The company made glass for the automobile industry and, during World War II, focused production on military projects, such as glass for airplanes and developing synthetic resins. In addition to glass,...

General Electric Company

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Founded 1892. Corporate interests include: Broadcasting; Electric Components; Household Appliances; Lighting Equipment; Motors; Telecommunications; Electromedical Industry. From the description of Technical records. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 84865339 Founded 1892. From the description of General Electric Company in Camden, N.J., collection, 1878-1989. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70979711 Schenectady, NY. From the description of Electr...

Eaton Paper Corporation.

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Massachusetts Bank

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Mutual Life Ins. Co. of N.Y.

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Caterpillar Tractor Co.

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W.A. Sheaffer Pen Company

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The Kitson Shop

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National Dairy Products Corpn.

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United Fruit Company

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Charles Van Wyck Brooks served aboard a United Fruit Company steamship for two weeks in the summer before he entered Harvard. From the description of Correspondence to Charles Van Wyck Brooks, 1929. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 191822172 NYC; Boston, MA. From the description of Pamphlets, ca.1935. (College of Physicians of Philadelphia). WorldCat record id: 122523662 The United Fruit Company was formed in 1899 when the Boston...

Lord & Thomas

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Nash Motors Co.

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Boston Herald Traveler Corporation

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William Filene's Sons Co.

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W. Filene &amp; Co., established 1851 in Boston, Mass., by William Filene; tailors, drapers, and millinery goods; in 1891 reorganized as William Filene's Sons Co.; name later changed to Filene's; currently owned by May Department Stores Company; branches throughout New England with major branch opening in Worcester, Mass., 1928. From the description of Filene's Department Store collection, 1928-1965 (bulk 1928). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70965894 ...

Mitsubishi Corporation

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Ballard, Spalir, Andrews & Ingersoll

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economic historian

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Saco-Pettee Machine Shops

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Hamble Oil & Refining Co.

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F.W. Woolworth Co.

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John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Company

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The First National Bank of Boston

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Market Planning Corp.

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Fruehauf Trailor Co.

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Barco Manufacturing Co.

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Los Angeles Times (Firm)

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Biography The Times building at First and Broadway, Los Angeles, was dynamited by union terrorists on Oct. 1, 1910; 20 employees were killed, many injured, and the building destroyed; James B. McNamara and John J. McNamara signed a confession admitting their guilt for the bombing, Dec. 2, 1911. From the guide to the Collection of photographs related to the Los Angeles Times bombing, ca. 1912, (University of California, Los Angeles...


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Wells Fargo & Co., Banking and Express

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General Motors Co.

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Arlington Mills

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Arlington Woolen Mills organized in 1865 by Robert M. Bailey; name changed to Arlington Mills in 1875; in Lawrence, Mass., with additional facilities in Methuen, Mass.; in 1948 mills became known as Arlington Division of William Whitman &amp; Company (also known as William Whitman Company); closed in 1952 and properties sold. From the description of Photographs, 1921. (Lawrence Public Library). WorldCat record id: 70974687 ...

United States. Army

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The United States Army is the largest branch of the United States Armed Forces and performs land-based military operations. It is one of the seven uniformed services of the United States and is designated as the Army of the United States in the United States Constitution, Article 2, Section 2, Clause 1 and United States Code, Title 10, Subtitle B, Chapter 301, Section 3001. As the largest and senior branch of the U.S. military, the modern U.S. Army has its roots in the Continental Army, which wa...

Dept. of Housing & Urban Development

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Ludlow Manufacturing & Sales Co.

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John Wanamaker Philadelphia

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Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company.

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Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co.

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Raytheon Manufacturing Company

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American Steel & Wire

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Broadway-Hale Stores, Inc.

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Westinghouse electric corporation

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Hershey Chocolate Corpn.

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Rockefeller Foundation

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The Rockefeller Foundation was established in May 1913 by John D. Rockefeller, by act of the New York State Legislature, "to promote the well-being of mankind throughout the world". From its earliest years, several separate organizations and divisions have carried on the Foundation's work in carefully selected fields. In 1913, the International Health Board (originally the International Health Commission) was formed in order to extend the work of the Rockefeller Sanitary Commission for the Eradi...

Allegheny Ludlam Steel Corporation

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Union Pacific Ry. Co.

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Standard Sanitary Mfg. Co.

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N.W. Ayer & Son, Advertising

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Republic Steel Corp.

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Trenton Iron Co.

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Founded in 1847 by Peter Cooper; produced wrought iron structural beams, metal wire, etc. From the description of Letter books, 1864-1868, 1904. (New York University, Group Batchload). WorldCat record id: 58773460 ...

Electric Bond & Share Company

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State Street Trust Co.

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Sperry & Hutchinson

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JFK School of Government

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National Steel Corporation

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Sewell, Wellington & Co.

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General foods corporation

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Aetna Life Insurance Co.

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Metropolitan Life Insurance Company

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Continental Can Co.

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Union Oil Company

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Abraham & Straus

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Abraham &amp; Straus was a major department store founded in Brooklyn by Abraham Abraham and Joseph Wechsler in 1865. Originally called Wechsler &amp; Abraham and located at 285 Fulton Street, the store was so successful that it moved to a new and larger location at the corner of Fulton and Hoyt Streets in 1885. The name of the store changed to Abraham &amp; Straus in 1893 when the Straus family, partners of Macy's department stores, bought out Wechsler's interest in the store. By 1965, Abraham ...

R.I. Lines

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Houghton Mifflin Co.

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Sunbeam-Electric Co.

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Canadian Pacific Ry.

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American Smelting & Refining Company

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Curtis-Wright Corp.

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Pullman Company

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York County, Pa., plant, which produced automobiles, also known as Pullman Motor Car Company. From the description of Records, 1903-1999. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70974944 Manufacturer of railroad sleeping and passenger cars founded by George M. Pullman; incorporated in 1867 as Pullman's Palace Car Company; name changed to Pullman Company in 1899; Pullman Incorporated formed 1927 with Pullman Company and Pullman Car &amp; Manufacturing Corp., becoming its principal sub...

U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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American Optical Company

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Southbridge, MA. From the description of Handbills and pamphlets, ca.1920-1955. (College of Physicians of Philadelphia). WorldCat record id: 122440621 ...

First National Bank of Chicago

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Wright Aeronauticals

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Saks-Fifth Avenue

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Pullman Inc.

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Texas Instruments Inc.

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Western Pacific R.R.

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S.S. Kresge Company

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Sebastian Spering Kresge began his retailing empire in 1899 when he gained full ownership of a store in Detroit. S.S. Kresge Co. opened its first store in Buffalo in 1911 at 388 Main St. The last Kresge store in the Western N.Y. area closed Dec. 30, 1981. From the description of S.S. Kresge Company photographs, 1949 May 7-1960 May 20 : 388 Main St., Buffalo, N.Y. (Buffalo History Museum). WorldCat record id: 29605241 Retail company based in Detroit, Michigan. Fro...

Anaconda Copper Mining Co.

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Canada Dry Ginger Ale, Inc.

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Crane Company

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FMC Corporation

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Freeport Sulphur Co.

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Litton Industries

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Tennessee Gas Transmission Company

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National lead company

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Swift & Company

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Carnegie, McCandless & Co.

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Fogg & Houghton / Fogg, Houghton & Coolidge

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Curtis Wright Corpn.

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The Chase Manhattan Bank

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Wells Fargo Bank and Union Trust Company

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Indian Head Inc.

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Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.

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Foreign Minister, Lebanon

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Tubular Rivet and Stud Co.

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Anheuser-Busch, inc.

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Lowell Machine Shop

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International Paper & Power Company

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Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company

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Goldman, Sachs & Co.

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New England Mutual Life Insurance Company

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F.G. Shattuck Co.

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G.D. Searle & Co.

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First National Bank of Boston

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W.C. Johnson & Co.

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Nationwide Insurance

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Thompson Products, inc.

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Manufacturer of automotive and air transportation equipment based in Cleveland, Ohio. Incorporated in 1916. Frederick C. Crawford became president in 1933 and espoused a philosophy of industrial relations which came to be called "Crawfordism". It was antagonistic to outside labor unions and sought to promote internal harmony through management-led education of employees. In 1958 the firm's name was changed to Thompson Ramo Wooldridge, inc. and in 1965 to TRW Inc. From the description...

American Motors Corporation

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Textron, inc

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Cleveland Cliffs Iron Co.

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Filoil Refinary Corp.

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The Grand Union Company

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U.S. Army Signal Corps

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American Steel & Wire Co.

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Filene's Co.

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Atlantic Ins. Co.

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United Airlines

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