Papers, 1925-1960 (inclusive).

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Barnard, Chester Irving, 1886-1961. Papers, 1925-1960 (inclusive).

Papers, 1925-1960 (inclusive).

Manuscripts, letters, and notes relating to Barnard's writings and lectures on management subjects. There are six folders of material by or about Lawrence J. Henderson of Harvard. Correspondents include Adelbert Ames, Jr., James B. Conant, William E. Hocking, George C. Homans, Robert K. Merton, Talcott Parsons, and others.

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