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Business records

 Subject
Subject Source: Genreform

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Alvan Motor Freight

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3270
Scope and Contents This collection contains documents pertaining to Alvan Motor Freight, Inc., and various acquisition agreements carried out between Alvan, Putnam Transfer, and Daum. Also, the collection includes internal documents related to the production of a hand book for non-union employees, as well as various bank loan agreements.

Company Records, 1887-2001

 Record Group
Scope and Contents The records collection includes: minutes of the company from the first 6 years; financial, operational, and production material such as early production ledgers, 1892-1912; speeches, 1938-1969; advertising through the years, such as Saturday Evening Post ads,1941-1944; local and national news clippings; in-house magazines---Upjohn News, 1946-1961, Overflow, 1926-1964, Inter-comment, 1972-1995, Merger news, 1995-1996, Intercom, Kalamazoo Edition, 1963-1993; Upjohn support and establishment of...

Farm Inventory, 1888

 Item — Box 23: [31141019159826], Object: 3
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

Featherbone Company Records Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-1572
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

General Stores: Chamberlain, Warren & Hatfield Volumes

 Series
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

General Stores: McKie & Warren; Chamberlain & McKie; Other Volumes

 Series
Scope and Contents Edward K. Warren was born in Vermont in 1847 and moved to Three Oaks in Berrien County, Michigan in 1858 with his parents. In 1883, Edward established the Warren Featherbone Company after recognizing a market for improved corset materials. After securing a patent, Edward began producing "featherbone," an alternative to pricey and frail whalebone. Featherbone was made from pointer feathers discarded by regional feather duster factories. Warren opened his first featherbone factory in Three Oaks....

Gull Lake Country Club

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3447
Scope and Contents The documents in this collection are dated to the years 1911-1947. The majority of papers in this collection come from business and financial transactions, including receipts from members and services rendered for club maintenance and correspondence related to membership, dues, and other business matters.

Ives Street Press Archive

 Collection
Identifier: 05-exws_ivesstpress
Abstract Collected papers, samples and other materials of Barbara Cash (1930-1997) printer and designer at Ives St. Press (Connecticut and Maine). The collection contains correspondence with authors and colleagues, designs for broadsides and books, business records of the Ives Street and Cellador Presses, professional association meeting and contest materials, and materials for Cash's MFA thesis on fine presses in New England.