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Mss: 1 1810-1889 A

Agriculture Printed Matter Collection, 1810-1889 and undated: A Finding Aid

Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard Business School, Harvard University


Harvard Business School, Boston MA 02163.

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Descriptive Summary

Call No.: Mss: 1 1810-1889 A
Repository: Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard Business School, Harvard University
Title: Agriculture printed matter collection
Date(s): 1810-1889 and undated
Quantity: .5 linear feet (1 box)
Language of materials: English
Abstract: This artificial collection contains a variety of printed materials related to the agricultural industry.

Immediate Source of Acquisition:

The materials were received by Baker Library Special Collection by way of multiple donations. These are noted at the folder level.

Processing Information:

Items were removed from the Manuscript Vertical file in February 1998 and given item level description in the finding aid. Items were individually foldered.
Processed: December 1998 By: Carole Foster

Conditions Governing Access:

Collection is open for research. Materials stored offsite; access requires advance notice. Contact specialcollectionsref@hbs.edu for more information.

Preferred Citation:

Agriculture Printed Matter Collection. Baker Library, Harvard Business School.

Scope and Contents

This artificial collection consists of tickets, advertisements, rules, bills, directions, circulars, notices, invitations, and reprints removed from other collections, received as gifts or purchase and grouped together under the Agriculture Industries; farming classification of the Industries List developed by W.P. Cutter for Baker Library in the 1920s. Some items can be traced back to the original collection or donor by the pencil notation on the item. The collection is arranged chronologically by item.

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