Special Collections has moved to offering services virtually, but we remain committed to assisting our users. Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can work together to meet your research needs.
Librarians and archivists are available to:
- Support HBS and HU faculty to provide content for courses and help develop virtual learning experiences for students where possible
- Provide in-depth reference via email, phone, or web conference to determine the scope of your research project and evaluate how staff can best meet your needs remotely
- Direct you to relevant digital resources and newly available collections
- Assist you in planning future research visits or reproduction requests
From its inception, Baker Library has collected rare and unique materials that focus on the evolution of business and industry. The collections span eight centuries beginning in the late 1300s to the present day and include corporate archives, manuscripts, account ledgers, rare books, broadsides, photographs, films, electronic records, and company annual reports. The HBS Archives are a vital resource as well. These rich and varied collections support research in a remarkably diverse range of fields such as business, economic, social and cultural history as well as the history of science and technology. Baker Library is committed to strengthening our contemporary archives to better understand the important theories, organizations, and individuals that have shaped the global business world today.
Collections are available for use in the de Gaspé Beaubien Reading Room on the first floor of Baker Library | Bloomberg Center. Skilled business archivists are eager to assist researchers both on campus and virtually.
On display to the public through October 6, 2020
North Lobby, Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Harvard Business School
See previous exhibit collection guides