The Robert N. Anthony papers document his professional work as a consultant, writer and professor at the Harvard Business School.
Company reports, budgets proposals, correspondence and notes relating to Harvard Business School Professor Russell H. Hassler's consulting work.
Course materials, speeches, articles and correspondence of HBS Professor of Accounting Thomas H. Sanders.
Correspondence, teaching materials, consulting records and administrative records of HBS professor Ross G. Walker.
The papers of Henry B. Arthur include correspondence, research, writings, administrative material, and early professional and outside consultant work before and during his tenure as a professor at Harvard Business School.
Correspondence, teaching, speeches, writing and administrative papers of Harvard Business School professor Philip Cabot.
Research, teaching materials, writings, speeches, administrative records, audio recordings and other papers of Harvard Business School professor C. Roland Christensen.
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Arch R. Dooley contain correspondence and subject files, teaching files, research and writing, consulting, outside HBS work, administrative files, and audiovisual material.
This collection includes papers of Professor Robert H. Hayes documenting his teaching, research, and administrative activities at Harvard Business School.
This collection includes papers of Harvard Business School professor Dorothy A. Leonard documenting her research, teaching, and professional activities.
This collection includes papers of Harvard Business School professor George Cabot Lodge documenting his research, teaching, and professional activities.
The papers of Harry R. Tosdal contain correspondence, administrative materials and research materials while a professor at Harvard Business School.
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Andrew R. Towl include correspondence, teaching materials, research and writing, and administrative records.
The collection includes papers of Professor Alfred D. Chandler documenting his research, teaching, and other professional activities.
Speeches, writings, and research material of Harvard Business School professor and librarian Arthur Harrison Cole.
Correspondence, professional activities, teaching material, and writings of Harvard Business School professor Norman Scott Brien Gras.
Correspondence, research, writing, subject files, course development, and administrative material of Ralph Willard Hidy while teaching at Harvard Business School.
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Arthur M. Johnson consist of writing and research and HBS administrative material.
This collections contains correspondence and teaching records of Henrietta Larson.
The collection documents the work of Professor Nathan Isaacs while teaching business law at the University of Cincinnati and Harvard Business School. The collection contains speeches, writings, correspondence, research notes and course materials.
Writings, speeches, correspondence and consulting records of Harvard Business School Professor Edmund P. Learned.
The collection consists of professional papers of Harvard Business School professor, George Albert Smith kept, 1935-1969. Includes teaching, consulting and administrative records, as well as writings and speeches.
Business, Government, and International Relations
The papers of Harvard Business School professor John Baker Calhoun consist of correspondence, subject files, research and writings, course material, and work done outside HBS.
This collection consists of personal papers and annual reports for American Research and Development as well as other venture capital companies including Canadian Enterprise Development Corporation, European Enterprise Development Company and North Atlantic Capital Corporation.
The papers of HBS professor Myles L. Mace consist of correspondence, writings, outside consulting work, biographical materials, and course work while a student at Harvard Business School.
Research, writing, administrative, and teaching records of Harvard Business School professor Cecil E. Fraser.
This collection documents the teaching career of Harvard Business School professor, Arthur Vernon Woodworth, and contains lectures, correspondence, student records, research materials, notes and other course materials.
This collection documents the career of Lawrence J. Henderson, Professor of Biological Chemistry at Harvard University. Types of materials include correspondence, speeches, writings, and materials that document his work at the Fatigue Laboratory, the National Academy of Arts and Sciences, and the National Research Council.
The papers of Ralph M. Hower contain correspondence, writings, records from outside consulting work, and teaching materials while a professor at Harvard Business School.
This collection includes the teaching and research materials of Harvard Business School professor George F.F. Lombard. Types of materials contained in the collection are correspondence, conference papers, administrative records, and teaching and research materials.
The collection consists of course notebooks, copies of cases, and exams kept by HBS professor Osgood S. Lovekin while a student at Harvard Business School, University of California, and Stanford University during 1921-1933. The courses include statistics, public utilities, economics, trade union policies, and physics.
Psychologist Elton Mayo was a professor and Head of the Department of Industrial Research at Harvard Business School. Types of materials included in this collection are professional and personal correspondence, research and teaching materials from HBS and abroad, writings and speeches.
This collection includes Fritz J. Roethlisberger's teaching and research materials kept by Fritz J. Roethlisberger while at Harvard Business School and his research materials relating to the Hawthorne Studies at the Western Electric Company. Types of materials include speeches, writings, correspondence, interviews, administrative files and student notes.
International Economic Relations
The Paul T. Cherington papers document his work as a professor of marketing at Harvard Business School.
This collection consists of HBS professor Melvin Thomas Copeland's correspondence, teaching notes, research materials and notes and drafts of his book Problems in Marketing.
Consulting records, subject files, and correspondence of Donald K. David, Harvard Business School professor and Dean.
The collection includes course work, administrative material, speeches, and writings of Theodore Levitt, Edward W. Carter Professor of Business Administration and Head of Marketing Area at Harvard Business School.
The collection consists of teaching, administrative, consulting, and business records of Malcolm P. McNair, a pioneer in retailing and in predicting trends.
The collection consists of records pertaining to Stanley F. Teele’s activities on the Board of Directors of S.H. Kress & Co., along with other activities outside of Harvard Business School. Also included are notes and reports prepared while a student at HBS in the MBA and Doctor of Commercial Science (DCS) programs, along with speeches and writings from his tenure as Dean.
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Paul R. Lawrence consist of correspondence, research, writing, teaching, administrative records, and materials pertaining to his outside activities.
Public Utility Management
The papers of Harvard Business School professor Clyde Orval Ruggles consist of personal and professional correspondence, teaching materials, research and writings, outside activities, and administrative records.
This collection documents the professional and personal activities of Harvard Business School Dean George P. Baker. Types of materials include consulting records; speeches; writings; teaching files; photographs; research materials; transportation timetables; and course work from Baker's time as a student at Harvard Business School.
The William J. Cunningham papers contain materials relating to railroad history and teaching at Harvard Business School.