Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Internal Annual Reports from the years 1956-1985 as well as SEC Reports from the years 1980-1982. The internal reports were only distributed to the top 20-30 ranking individuals in the company and differ from the annual reports to shareholders by having much more in-depth financial information about the company such as a comprehensive analysis of operations along with 10-year reports on earnings, financial position, taxes, and capital assets. The SEC reports are copies of the 10-K...
Abstract The collection is composed of materials produced by the Kalamazoo Public Library and date from 1942 to 2011.
Scope and Contents The material in this series comes in two different forms: the stockholders meetings and reports before Upjohn went public in 1958 and after they went public at the end of 1958. The company going public is well documented in the stockholder meetings in 1958 and subsequent annual reports for 1958 and 1959, also see "Stock Information" for more on the company going public.Also included in this series are the annual reports for 1995 and 2001 which are the first annual reports after the...
Scope and Contents This series includes files concerning domestic and international subsidiaries of the Upjohn Company such as annual reports, correspondence, speeches, and economic reports. The main domestic subsidiary is Asgrow which was acquired by Upjohn in 1968 and is a large seed company that boosted Upjohn's presence in the Agricultural field. The international subsidiaries are everything from branch offices, large production sites, joint-ventures with foreign companies, and distribution centers.
Scope and Contents The collection contains annual reports, minutes, membership lists, case books, and financial records. Most of this information is contained in hardbound books, spiral notebooks, or loose leaf paper. There are two folders of correspondence, which consists mainly of thank you cards from patients helped by Whatsoever Free Bed. A number of newspaper clippings and articles contain historical information relating to the association.