Papers, 1928-1996.


Harrison, Marc, 1936-1998. Papers, 1928-1996.

Papers, 1928-1996.

The Marc Harrison collection is arraned in four series. The first are Harrison's business papers and other texual materials, the second are product and design drawings, third are the scrapbooks of Dr. Peter Schlumbohm pertaining to the Chemex coffee maker, and the fourth consists of artifacts.

35.5 linear ft.

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