The African-American Student Union Records document the early years and founding of this significant student organization. The collection contains correspondence, program records, and publications among other materials. The records document the early development and the growth of the Annual Career/Alumni Conference (now known as the H. Naylor Fitzhugh Conference).
Andrew F. Brimmer was one of the nation's leading authorities on economics. His papers document the full breadth of his career as an academic, government official, and economic consultant. Dr. Brimmer's research focused on international monetary policy, capital markets, central banking, and economic issues in the African American community. This work is reflected in his extensive archives.
David A. Thomas is a recognized thought leader in the field of strategic human resource management. His papers document his research on issues relating to executive development, cultural diversity in organizations, leadership, and organizational change. Materials include correspondence, teaching notes, classroom materials, and drafts of writings and speeches.
The HBS Archives includes an extensive collection of photographs documenting the social and academic life of students at the School. The collection includes photographs of social events, clubs, outings, and students engaged in classroom discussions.
The Harbus News is the student newspaper for Harvard Business School. The HBS Archives holds issues from its founding in 1937 through the current day. The weekly newspaper includes articles documenting student life, events on campus, and opinion pieces while providing a window into life at the School during different eras in HBS history.
The HBS Alumni Bulletin began publication in 1925 and continues today as the publication of the HBS Alumni Association and HBS External Relations. Articles cover faculty research and alumni activities, highlighting the impact of the School and HBS alumni.