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- Manuscripts and Archives 98
- Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 7
- Business 88
- Families 39
- Account books 35
- Businessmen 34
- Connecticut 24
- Diaries 24
- Merchants 16
- Shipping 15
- Deeds 14
- United States -- Politics and government 14
- United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 13
- Connecticut -- Commerce 12
- New Haven (Conn.) 12
- United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 11
- Law 9
- Lawyers 9
- Clergy 8
- Politicians 8
- World War, 1914-1918 8
- Legislators 7 ∧ less
- Yale University 22
- Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930 4
- Hadley, Arthur Twining, 1856-1930 3
- Root, Elihu, 1845-1937 3
- Yale University. Office of the Secretary 3
- Yale University. School of Management 3
- Yale University. School of Organization and Management 3
- Adams family 2
- Adams, Eliphalet, 1677-1753 2
- Adams, William, 1650-1685 2
- Arnold, Benedict, 1741-1801 2
- Asakawa, Kan'ichi, 1873-1948 2
- Atwater, David, 1723-1806 2
- Auchincloss, Gordon, 1886-1943 2
- Beers family 2
- Bradley family 2
- Chicago and Rock Island Railroad Company 2
- Chittenden, R. H. (Russell Henry), 1856-1943 2
- Curtis family 2
- Dana, James Dwight, 1813-1895 2 ∧ less
The records consist of student files maintained by the Yale School of Management (known as the School of Organization and Management prior to 1995).
The records consist of reports, minutes, schedules, publications, memoranda, and subject files documenting policy, student advising, courses, faculty workload, grading, and committees of the Yale School of Organization and Management.
Personal and business correspondence of Robert W. Simpson, ship's log, and business and financial papers concerning the voyages of the Carlyle before and during the Civil War.
Correspondence, account books, business papers, and ships' records, relating to the many commercial concerns and shipping ventures Henchman S. Soule and his brothers conducted from New Haven, Connecticut, including world voyages and investments in California gold exploration.
Chiefly the business records of four companies in which Sherwood Sterling was active. The most complete records are for the Sterling Grate Bar Company which manufactured furnace grates. Included are patents, legal and financial papers, and advertising. The other companies were engaged in mining in Alaska. Also included is printed matter from F. T. McIntyre describing his Hypnotic Ball Treatment for the cure of diseases and for psychic self-improvement.
The collection consists of direct mail samples, printed material, correspondence, photographs, memorabilia and ephemera, writings, and computer and audiovisual media documenting the work and life of gay rights activist, publisher, and entrepreneur Sean Strub.
The collection consists of correspondence, blotters, bills, daybooks, and legal papers of the Smith and Hine Company, a general store in Warren, Connecticut. The material mainly concerns the sale of groceries and dry goods.
Diary, account book, financial and legal papers, and photocopies of material relating to the Towner and Tyler families of Branford, Connecticut. Solomon and Isaac Tyler's shipping interests and John Edwin Towner's Civil War diary are significant materials in the collection.
Correspondence, legal papers, financial papers, and business records of the Townsend and Atwater families of New Haven, Conn. The papers also contain records of the firms of Townsend & Maltby, Seneca Oil Co., and A.S. Griswold Co.
The collection consists of correspondence, minutes of meetings, and business and financial records for the Tenth Massachusetts Turnpike Company, the New London and Lyme Turnpike Company, the Derby Turnpike Company, the Hartford and New Haven Turnpike Company, and the Hartford and Worcester Railroad Turnpike Company.
Autograph collection of Dr. S. C. G. Watkins of Montclair, N.J. The collection consists mainly of letters (typed and holograph) to Watkins from various important persons in politics, industry, government, and the arts in the early 20th century.
The papers consist of business correspondence and other business papers concerning Ebenezer Wells Webster's carriage business and that of his successor, Jeremiah Sanford Corban, in Plainville, Connecticut.
The papers consist of materials relating to George Peabody Wetmore and his family. Correspondence and other papers document the lives of several of Wetmore's ancestors and reflect his interest in New England history. The papers also include letter books and account books of the mercantile firms of Prosper Wetmore & Brothers and Joseph and Joshua Grafton.