Investment analysis files ("T-U"), 1909-1959 (bulk 1931-1954).


Investment analysis files ("T-U"), 1909-1959 (bulk 1931-1954).

The records contain some information on the workings of the Trust Dept., but are more useful for the information they contain on the individual companies in which the department invested.

3.5 linear ft.

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