The Harold L. Oram papers and records of the Oram Group, Inc., 1939-1991.


The Harold L. Oram papers and records of the Oram Group, Inc., 1939-1991.

The collection consists primarily of client files. Contents of the nearly 300 files vary from a single document to several boxes of material. The documents include financial reports, newspaper articles, brochures, correspondence, contracts, and direct mail samples. The collection also has a number of campaign feasibility studies, internal company records, and some of Harold Oram's personal papers.

67 linear ft. (136 boxes)

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