The HBS Archives include the records of Harvard Business School from its founding in 1908 to the present day. The archives are a rich resource to learn about subjects such as: the development of the case method, changes in curriculum, the intersection of the School and innovations in business, and the global impact of Harvard Business School.
About This Collection
The HBS Archives collections school publications such as class yearbooks, alumni publications, and course catalogs, among many others. Student life is captured through the Harbus, an independent, student-run news organization that includes interviews with CEOs, features on HBS companies, from startups to established corporations, and perspectives on pressing issues worldwide.
The current impact of HBS is documented through Baker’s web archiving program which captures the HBS Newsroom, MBA, Executive Education and Doctoral Program websites, External Relations sites for alumni, student groups, and more.
Select publications have been scanned are are available online:
- Deans Reports: 1908-1995 (available through the Harvard University Archives)