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  • Photoduplication - Historical Collections - Baker Library
    basis depending upon size binding condition and copyright donor or other stipulations BLHC staff will determine whether material may be copied Given the fragile nature of the collections researchers are encouraged to transcribe text to the fullest extent possible or take advantage of the Self Service Digital Camera Use Policy whenever possible Reference copies are for research purposes only We do not provide or allow reference copies of entire collections or significant portions of manuscript or archival collections and follow fair use guidelines when providing copies of copyrighted print materials If more than 50 of a printed work is requested researchers will be responsible for the entire cost of digitizing the material for online access Not all BLHC materials qualify for every service Please see the various scenarios and services listed below and contact BLHC for more specific details on duplication and delivery options I am visiting to do my research and I want to use my digital camera to capture content Self Service Digital Camera Use Policy and I would like to order reference quality copies or scans Reference Duplication Policy and I would like to order reference quality copies or scans but it s more than 50 of a published work Digitization for Online Access and what I want is available on microfilm Microfilm Use Access and Copying Policy I am unable to visit the reading room in person but I qualify for in person access have an exact citation and would like to order reference quality copies or scans Reference Duplication Policy but I qualify for in person access do not have an exact citation and would like to order reference quality copies or scans Please contact BLHC for more information and I would like to order reference quality copies or scans but it s more than

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/services/photodup.shtml (2016-02-18)
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  • Permission to Publish - Historical Collections - Baker Library
    Digital Assets Research Fellowships Reference Request Form Exhibits HBS Faculty Papers Program Intranet Login Required HBS Administrative Records Program Intranet Login Required Baker Library Historical Collections Permission to Publish Please contact Baker Library Historical Collections for permission to cite quote or otherwise use information or images from the collections Our primary concern is that other researchers can easily find materials that have been cited but we also use these requests as a way to learn more about the dissemination and impact of our research collections We also make selections from requests to highlight recent publications through the Current Research listings To request permission to use materials Contact the Associate Director Public Services at Baker Library Historical Collections Describe your publication plans title publisher date of publication etc Attach pages with all text corresponding footnotes and or bibliographic citations in which information from the collection s has been referred to or used If you send entire documents the references and citations must be highlighted Please allow one month for the processing of your request although R G Dun Co Credit Report Volume requests may take longer In granting permission to use items from its collections Baker Library Historical Collections does not surrender its own right to publish the items nor its right to grant the same permission to others Authorization by Baker Library Historical Collections is not a copyright agreement and does not remove the patron s responsibility to guard against the infringement of rights held by others Baker Library Historical Collections will provide an appropriate citation format at the time that the request to publish is approved There is no fee to use quotations or cite information from the collections Baker Library Historical Collections charges a fee to use images from its collections Use fees are paid in advance of

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/services/permpub.shtml (2016-02-18)
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  • HBS Archives - Historical Collections - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    the Harvard Business School from its founding in 1908 to the current day The published and unpublished materials included in the collection trace the continuing developments and innovations in business education pioneered at the School Major components of the collection include the teaching files and research papers of HBS faculty as well as the official records of all administrative departments Class notes student publications event posters and other materials vividly capture student life on campus The Archives are particularly rich in photographic images that illustrate the history of HBS including faculty members students the campus and special events There are three major components to the Archives collection Faculty Papers Published Archival Materials HBS University Records Access Information Access restrictions apply to many HBS archival materials and appointments are recommended to use the collections Researchers interested in using original papers and records should Complete an application form Complete a letter describing the research project and documenting the need for access to specific parts of the archival collections Mail or fax the application and accompanying letter to Historical Collections Department Baker Library Bloomberg Center Harvard Business School Soldiers Field Boston MA 02163 Email histcollref hbs edu Fax 617 495 5957 Complete applications

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/collections/arc/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Baker Old Class - Historical Collections - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    Us More Home Find Historical Collections Collections Baker Old Class Collection Historical Collections Home General Information and Services Finding Resources Reference Request Form Collections Exhibits Guides and Databases Fellowships Current Research HBS Faculty Papers Program Intranet Login Required HBS Administrative Records Program Intranet Login Required Historical Collections Baker Old Class Collection The Baker Old Class collection is a valuable resource for tracing the development and growth of American business and industry from the late nineteenth century to the first half of the twentieth century The rich holdings include trade publications government documents corporate histories and publications and business directories The unique arrangement of the collection brings together books periodicals and pamphlets by industry allowing researchers to readily browse related research materials Using the Baker Old Class Collection Access to the Baker Old Class Collection is provided in the de Gaspé Beaubien Reading Room on the first floor of Baker Library Visitors are asked to complete a registration form and present identification with a recent photograph and a current address For more information please see Planning a Visit The collection is open to researchers Monday through Friday 9 00 a m to 5 00 p m Researchers may physically browse the

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/collections/oldclass/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Business Manuscripts - Historical Collections - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    Guides and Databases Fellowships Current Research HBS Faculty Papers Program Intranet Login Required HBS Administrative Records Program Intranet Login Required Historical Collections Business Manuscripts Collection The Historical Collections Department has approximately 1 400 sets of original business records in a range of formats extending back to the days of the Medici family ca 1400 Since its founding Baker Library has been collecting materials actually produced by firms in their daily operations as sources for teaching on current problems faced by businesses The extensive manuscript holdings are the result Manuscripts cover the broadest range of business activities including agricultural manufacturing construction publishing and recreation industries transportation communication and commodity utilities marketing financial professional and personal services and business affairs of private public and governmental organizations The collection contains over 30 000 photographs and prints documenting the history of industry in the United States Photograph collections albums and photographs within manuscript collections illustrate plants equipment techniques processes and people at work in a wide variety of industries from automobile manufacturing to paper mills A large portrait collection includes prints and photographs of prominent business people Access Information The collection is open to all researchers who are engaged in scholarly research Due to

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/collections/mss/ (2016-02-18)
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  • Kress - Historical Collections - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    H S Foxwell lecturer and teacher of political economy and a book collector of economic literature and acquired by the Harvard Business School by the generous donation of Claude Washington Kress businessman and philanthropist Included are rare books pamphlets broadsides manuscripts and prints ranging from the fifteenth through the twentieth centuries Researchers will find not only the great classics of economic thought but also an extensive selection of ephemeral material that provides a historical context for the growth and dissemination of ideas Among the collection s traditional strengths are the history of political economy economic philosophy business theory commerce finance taxation money and banking trades and manufactures agriculture transportation labor and socialism In addition new directions in research continue to bring to light valuable resources for an expanding range of disciplines including the history of technology philosophy African American studies gender studies history of science and social and cultural history There are several special collections within the Kress Collection Bancroft Collection Focuses on the speculation mania particularly the South Sea Bubble that swept England and the Continent around 1720 Bleichroeder Print Collection Extensive grouping of prints from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries on the subjects of money banking and financial history Vanderblue Memorial Collection of Smithiana One of the most comprehensive collections in the world of works by and about Adam Smith H S Foxwell Papers A collection of H S Foxwell s personal papers containing incoming correspondence the bulk of which dates from 1898 to 1899 outgoing letters writings memorials and obituaries and photographs Planning a Visit If you wish to visit please notify us as far in advance as possible Checklist for Visitors Finding Resources Card Catalog Most complete point of access until conversion to the online catalog is finished Printed Catalog Widely available contains citations for

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/collections/kress/ (2016-02-18)
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  • R.G. Dun & Co. - Historical Collections - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    for scholarly distribution and whose work depends upon materials contained within Baker Library Historical Collections There may be restrictions on the use of selected collection materials Due to our limited staff and preservation concerns the collections are not open for genealogical research Researchers who wish to use the R G Dun Company Credit Report Volumes must read and sign an application which states the terms for using and citing the collection Receipt of a signed paper copy is required before access will be granted There is no special application process for access to the Dun Bradstreet Corporation Records but all visitors are asked to complete a general registration form and present identification with a recent photograph and a current address Finding Resources R G Dun Company Credit Report Volumes Use the guide to the R G Dun Company Credit Report Volumes to identify volumes relevant to your research project Researchers need to know the state territory and the county of interest as well as the names of individuals or businesses The credit report volumes are arranged geographically by state or territory Each state or territory is then subdivided alphabetically by county and or city Most include alphabetical name indices that need to be consulted first as they direct the user to the volume and page where the credit report is recorded The volumes for smaller states or territories sometimes contain multiple counties within a single volume The R G Dun Co Credit Report volumes use a complex system of abbreviations In order to help you maximize your research time we have created a list of the more Common Abbreviations used in the R G Dun Company Credit Report Volumes Finding Resources The Dun Bradstreet Corporation Records Researchers interested in the Dun Bradstreet Corporation Records should first consult the guide to

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/collections/dun/ (2016-02-18)
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  • The High Art of Photographic Advertising - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    Research Alumni HBS Publishing Site Index HBS Home Contact Us Map Directions Baker Library Home Historical Collections Home The High Art of Photographic Advertising Introduction Photographic Exhibit Research Links Credits Gordon Coster Advertisement for Lord Taylor ca 1934 olvwork490065 Copyright

    Original URL path: http://www.library.hbs.edu/hc/naai/ (2016-02-18)
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