Arch DC H654
Hillman, Ernest, 1912-2002. Ernest Hillman Papers, 1933-1935: A Finding Aid
Baker Library Historical Collections, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
Harvard Business School, Boston MA 02163.
© President and Fellows of Harvard College
Call No.: Arch DC H654
Repository: Baker Library Historical Collections, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
Creator: Ernest Hillman
Title: Ernest Hillman papers
Quantity: 3 Linear Feet (6 boxes)
Language of materials: English
Abstract: Course materials, annotated cases, handouts and assignments kept by Harvard Business
School student Ernest Hillman Jr., 1933-1935.
Gift of Thomas G. MacCracken, October 2006
Processed: October 2006
By: Dominique Tremblay
Appointment necessary to consult collection.
Cite as: Ernest Hillman Papers, Harvard Business School Archives, Baker Library, Harvard
Ernest Hillman Jr. was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1912. He received his undergraduate
degree from Yale University in 1933 and then enrolled briefly at Harvard Law School
before enrolling at the Harvard Business School. He received his MBA in 1935.
Ernest Hillman Jr. helped found the Spoleto Festival USA and served as president
of the Marcella Sembrich Opera Museum. He was also a philanthropist who, at the time
of his death, was contributing to over seventy-five civic, cultural and artistic organizations
as well as serving as the founder and chairman of the Society for Peace in the Middle
East. Additionally, Mr. Hillman traveled the world extensively, first as a liaison
officer in the Navy and then later, on his own. He captured these recollections in
his memoir, Liaison: An Instinctive Way of Life published in 2000 and Heroes: Family and Friends published in 2002. He died at his home in Fairfield, Connecticut in 2002.
This collection documents Ernest Hillman's academic career at Harvard Business School.
The material consists of annotated cases, handouts and assignments from courses such
as Accounting Principles, Business Economics, Finance, Industrial Management, Investment
Management and Marketing, among others.
- Box 1, Folder 1Accounting Principles: Laboratory, November 1933
- Box 1, Folder 2-4Accounting Principles, v.1, September 1933
- Box 1, Folder 5Accounting Principles, v.2, May 1934
- Box 1, Folder 6-7Accounting Principles, v. 3, June 1934
- Box 1, Folder 8-9Business Economics I, v.1, April 1934
- Box 1, Folder 9-10Business Economics I, v. 2, July 1934
- Box 2, Folder 1-3Business Policy II, undated
- Box 2, Folder 4-6Business Policy II, Part II, undated
- Box 2, Folder 7-8Business Statistics, 1934
- Box 2, Folder 9-10Cases in Business Statistics, by James H. Horwitz, 1934
- Box 3, Folder 1-5Finance, August 1934
- Box 3, Folder 6Finance, v. II, April 1934
- Box 3, Folder 7-11Financial Management, v.1, September 1934
- Box 3, Folder 12-13Financial Management, v.2, November 1934
- Box 4, Folder 1Financial Management, v.2, November 1934
- Box 4, Folder 2-5Financial Management, v.3, by W. Leonard Crum, February 1935
- Box 4, Folder 6-9Industrial Management, v.1, September 1933
- Box 4, Folder 10-12Industrial Management, v.2, April 1934
- Box 4, Folder 13Industrial Management, v.3, May 1934
- Box 5, Folder 1-2Industrial Management, v.3, May 1934
- Box 5, Folder 3Investment Management, November 27, 1934
- Box 5, Folder 4Investment Management, January 3, 1935
- Box 5, Folder 5-8Investment Management, v.1, September 1934
- Box 5, Folder 9-13Investment Management, v.2, March 1935
- Box 6, Folder 1-3Marketing, 1934
- Box 6, Folder 4Notes (misc.)
- Box 6, Folder 5-6Public Utilities Economics and Management, May 1935
- Box 6, Folder 7Statement and Ratio Analysis, undated
- Box 6, Folder 8Tabulation of Typical Common Stocks, undated
- Box 6, Folder 9United States Rubber Company: Introductory Problem, September 1933
Business--Study and teaching.
Case method--Study and teaching.
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