Bulletin of the Business Historical Society (BullBusHistSoc)
vol. 1, 1926/27 – vol. 27, 1953

Nachfolger / Successor: Business History Review
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BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27
   As it was in Egypt, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 1
George A. RICH, Our Primary Purpose, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 1-2
   The Foundation of The Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 2
   A Gift from a Founder Member, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 3-6
   A Railroad Item, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 6
   The Uses of The Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 7
   Who of our Many Recent Accessions, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 7-8
   Library Gifts, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 8-10
   Charter of The Business Historical Society, Inforporated, as granted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 11
   The Founder Members of The Business Historical Society, Incorporated, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/1, 1926/27, p. 12-16
BullBusHistSoc 1/2, 1926/27
   A History of Historical Societies, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/2, 1926/27, p. 1
   The C.A. Moore Donation, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/2, 1926/27, p. 2-8
   Business History sheds Light on the Origins of James A. Mcneill Whistler, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/2, 1926/27, p. 9-12
   The Inventor of Graphic Statistics, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/2, 1926/27, p. 13-16
   Something about our Finances, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/2, 1926/27, p. 16
BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27
   Edwd Brattle Testyfyeth, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 1-2
   How to Join or Contribute to The Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 2-3
   The Finding of the Middlesex Canal Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 3-5
   A Collecting Age, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 6-7
   Marblehead Hanuscripts, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 7-8
   The Samuel M. Felton Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 8-13
   In Memoriam [John Wingate Weeks, Charles Chauncey Stillman, Frank W. Remick] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 13-14
   The Committee on Affiliated Membership and University Correspondence, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/3, 1926/27, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27
   Eighty-one Years of Scientific Progress. complete Run of Scientific American now in Possession of Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 1-3
   An Industrial Endorsement, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 3
   The Price of Slaves, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 3-4
   The William Fuel Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 4
Caroline F. WARE, New England's Cotton Mills, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 4-7
   A Noteworthy Avowal, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 8
   Ice Cream in 1836, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 8
   Baltimore and Ohio Annual Reports, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 8
   The Oldes Treatises on Accounting, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 9-12
   An Ounce of "Preservation", in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 12-13
   The Fate of Many a Record. Destruction of the Abbey of Croyland, 1091 A.D., in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 13-14
   The Joseph P. Day Gift, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 15-16
   Early California, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/4, 1926/27, p. 16
BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27
   "Panoplia": A Sixteenth-Century Treasure, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 2-4
   Some Items we should like to have, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 4
   Curiosity, then and now, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 5
   Seventy Men could not keep her free, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 6-7
   An Opportunity for Assistance, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 8
   B. & O. Reports, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 8
   A Group of French Books, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 9-10
   A Mountain-Climbing Canal, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 10-11
   The Society Welcomes "Moby Dick", in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 12-13
   Consolidation of Business Collections, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 14
   Letter to the Editor, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 14
   A Welcome Addition, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 15
   In Memoriam [George Woodbridge, Russell Robb] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 1/5, 1926/27, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27
   An Example of the New England Iron Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 1-2
   Sir Walter Raleigh as an Economist, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 3-4
   Old Monetary Problems, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 4-5
   A Rare Northern Pacific Item, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 6-7
   The Livery Companies of London, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 7
   Another View of Little Old New York, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 8-12
   The Society Captures the Golden Fleece, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 12-14
   More Stock Exchange Figures than the Stock Exchange, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 14-15
   Some Items we should like to add, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/6, 1926/27, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27
   The Society Goes into Its New Quarters, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 1-2
   An Eighteenth Century Budget, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 3-6
   "An Historical, Geographical, Commercial and Philsophical View" of the Americas, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 6-7
   A Norman French Quittance dated 1413, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 8-9
   Railway and Canal Accessions, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 10-11
Arthur H. COLE, Tracking the Elusive Document, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 11-14
   Business History from Antiques. The Work of Francis Bradlee, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 14-15
   The First Moving Picture on Record, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 15-16
   Council of Foreign Bondholders, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 16
   Notice of Annual Meeting, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/7, 1926/27, p. 16
BullBusHistSoc 1/8, 1926/27
   Annual Meeting of The Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/8, 1926/27, p. 1-7
   The First Iron Works in the Coilonies, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/8, 1926/27, p. 7-12
V.W. BLADEN, The Wedgwood Papers, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/8, 1926/27, p. 12-16
BullBusHistSoc 1/9, 1926/27
   Three Books that made Furniture History, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/9, 1926/27, p. 1-9
Harold H. BURBANK, Local Tax Records as Economic Documents, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/9, 1926/27, p. 9-11
Ruth CRANDALL, Hidden Treasure in Old-time Taxes, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/9, 1926/27, p. 11-15
   In Memoriam [Elbert H. Gary] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 1/9, 1926/27, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27
   Original Manuscripts of the Medici, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27, p. 1-6
   A Joseph P. Day Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27, p. 6-11
   What Price East Boston?, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27, p. 12-13
   A Financial Treasure from the Libraries of British Manor Houses, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27, p. 13-14
   In Memoriam [Irwin Kirkwood] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27, p. 14-15
   Secretary's Column, in: BullBusHistSoc 1/10, 1926/27, p. 15-16


BullBusHistSoc 2/1, 1928
   A Quarterly Journal of Economic and Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/1, 1928, p. 1-2
Margaret A. JAMES; Dorothy F. TUCKER, Daniel Defoe, Journalist, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/1, 1928, p. 2-6
   "Stop Thief!" [Norton Detecting Society], in: BullBusHistSoc 2/1, 1928, p. 7
Sophia Hall GLIDDEN, Silks, Velvets and Spices, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/1, 1928, p. 8-12
   In Memoriam [S. Davies Warfield, Edward A. Woods, George C. Dempsey] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 2/1, 1928, p. 13-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 14-16
BullBusHistSoc 2/2, 1928
   A Record of Colonial Craftsmanship, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/2, 1928, p. 1-9
   Dead Men tell Unusual Tales, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/2, 1928, p. 10
   The First Book Publication of the Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/2, 1928, p. 10
   One Way of Collecting a Debt, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/2, 1928, p. 11-14
   In Memoriam [Archibald Cary Coolidge] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 2/2, 1928, p. 14-15
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 2/3, 1928
N.S.B. GRAS, An Old-Time Type of Merchant, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/3, 1928, p. 1-2
   East Indiamen and Clipper Ships (The Gordon Dexter Collection), in: BullBusHistSoc 2/3, 1928, p. 3-9
   Business and the Coffee House, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/3, 1928, p. 10-13
   History in the Making, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/3, 1928, p. 13
   Specifications for a British Officer's Uniform in 1770, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/3, 1928, p. 14
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 2/4, 1928
   Saint Malo and the Trade of Brittany, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/4, 1928, p. 1-2
Henri SÉE, The Ship-owners of Saint Malo in the Eighteenth Century, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/4, 1928, p. 3-9
   Second Annual Meeting of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/4, 1928, p. 9-12
   A Lottery Exterminator, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/4, 1928, p. 12-13
   In Memoriam [William C. Sproul, Charles G. Washburn] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 2/4, 1928, p. 13-15
   Secretary's Column, p. 16
BullBusHistSoc 2/5, 1928
   Summer Activities, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/5, 1928, p. 1-5
   Illuminated Log of the Good Ship "Crown Point", in: BullBusHistSoc 2/5, 1928, p. 5-8
   The First American Public Utility, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/5, 1928, p. 9-11
   In Memoraim [Howard Elliott, Alfred C. Rulofson] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 2/5, 1928, p. 11-13
   Secretary's Column, p. 13-16
BullBusHistSoc 2/6, 1928
   The Flowing Bowl, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/6, 1928, p. 1-7
   Butcher, Baker or Candlestick-maker, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/6, 1928, p. 8-11
   "A True Picture of Emigration", in: BullBusHistSoc 2/6, 1928, p. 11-12
   Speculation, Transportation and Tobacco, in: BullBusHistSoc 2/6, 1928, p. 13-15
   Secretary's Column, p. 16

BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929
   A Mediaeval Manual on Banking, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929, p. 1-6
   A Tragedy and a Rescue, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929, p. 6-7
   The Oldest Joint-Stock Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929, p. 7-8
   Transportation History through the Newspapers, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929, p. 8-11
   "Friends of the Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929, p. 12-13
   In Memoriam [Edward J. Pearson] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 3/1, 1929, p. 13-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 3/2, 1929
   Business Letters from the Apache Country, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/2, 1929, p. 1-6
   Records of a Universal Science, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/2, 1929, p. 6-14
   In Memoriam [Felix Fuld, geb. Frankfurt a.M. 1869] [Obituary, Nachruf], in: BullBusHistSoc 3/2, 1929, p. 14-15
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 3/3, 1929
   Land Speculations of a Great Patriot, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/3, 1929, p. 1-9
   The Story of Asphalt, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/3, 1929, p. 9-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-16
BullBusHistSoc 3/4, 1929
   The Suez Canal, an Achievement of Enthusiasm and Diplomacy, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/4, 1929, p. 1-8
   A White Oak Plaque of the Flying Cloud made by a Steamship Officer, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/4, 1929, p. 8-10
   Curiosities from the History of Advertising, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/4, 1929, p. 11-13
   A Request for Information, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/4, 1929, p. 14
   Entertaining the Son of the "Bourgeois King", in: BullBusHistSoc 3/4, 1929, p. 15-17
   Secretary's Column, p. 17-20
BullBusHistSoc 3/5, 1929
   The Business Papers of a Great Roman Family [Barberini], in: BullBusHistSoc 3/5, 1929, p. 1-10
   Annual Meeting of the Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/5, 1929, p. 10
   The Coach as a Public Menace, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/5, 1929, p. 11-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 14-16
BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929
   Annual Meeting of the Business Historical Society, Inc., in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p.
1-3 N.S.B. GRAS, The Value of REsearch to Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p. 3-6
   Dr. Richards' Report, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p. 7-9
   China and the Foreign Devils, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p. 9-19
   Backstage with Edison, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p. 19-23
   In Memoriam [John Whittemore Farwell] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p. 23-24
   Some of the Larger Acquisitions of the Baker Library for 1929, in: BullBusHistSoc 3/6, 1929, p. 24-26
   Secretary's Column, p. 26-28

BullBusHistSoc 4/1, 1930
   George Henry Corliss, Engineer and Business Man, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/1, 1930, p. 1-7
   Westward by Canal, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/1, 1930, p. 7-11
   The Mail Stage in Massachusetts, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/1, 1930, p. 11-15
   Speed and Safety on Early Hudson River Steamboats, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/1, 1930, p. 15-17
   In Memoriam [Jennie Lee Schram] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/1, 1930, p. 17-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 18-20
BullBusHistSoc 4/2, 1930
   A Business Sidelight on the Civil War, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/2, 1930, p. 1-7
   New Committee for the Preservation of Historical Data, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/2, 1930, p. 7
   History of a Thirteenth Century Copper Mine [Stora Kopparberg, Sweden], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/2, 1930, p. 8-10
   An Unpublished History, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/2, 1930, p. 10-13
   In Memoriam [Joseph B. Shea] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/2, 1930, p. 14
   Secretary's Column, p. 14-16
BullBusHistSoc 4/3, 1930
   Boston and the Fugitive Slave Law, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/3, 1930, p. 1-7
   Handling Coal at Hoboken in the '80's, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/3, 1930, p. 7-9
   Racing around Cape Horn with the California Clippers, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/3, 1930, p. 10-13
   In Memoriam [Edward F. Albee] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/3, 1930, p. 13-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 14-16
BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930
   Looking Backward, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 1-2
   Manila as the Spanish Gateway to the East, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 3-10
   The Oldest Example of Double-Entry Bookkeeping, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 11-13
   Research on the Medici Manuscripts. Selfridge Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 13-14
   A Glimpse of Post-War Richmond, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 14-16
   The Purchase of Monte Libretto by the Barbarini, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 16-17
   Advance Notice, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 17
   In Memoriam [Eugene Maxwell Moore, William E. Nickerson] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/4, 1930, p. 18-19
   Secretary's Column, p. 19-20
BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930
   The Motion Picture Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 1-4
   Tariff in 1820, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 4-5
   The Trotters — Colonial Importers, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 5-8
   Medieval Treatises on Money, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 9-11
   Evidence of the Putting-Out System in America, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 11-12
   Historical Variations, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 13-15
   "Mr. Owen, the Philanthropist", in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 15
   A Famous Dictionary of the Eighteenth Century, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 16-18
   In Memoriam [Charles F. Bacon] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/5, 1930, p. 18
   Secretary's Column, p. 18-20
BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930
   New England's Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 1-5
   Why a Business History?, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 5-6
   Cargoes of Colonial Ships, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 7-11
   American Investment Trusts, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 11-12
   A Modern Encyclopedia, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 12-13
   Collected Business Records in Europe, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 13-15
   A Literary Peddler [Morillo Noyes], in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 15-17
   Proposed Legislation for the Fashions of the 50's, in: BullBusHistSoc 4/6, 1930, p. 17-19
   Secretary's Column, p. 19-20

BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931
   Fourth Annual Meeting of The Business Historical Society, Inc., in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 1-4
Wallace B. DONHAM, The Cooperative Arrangement recently completed between the french School of Commerce and the Harvard Business School, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 4-8
N.S.B. GRAS, Intellectual Co-operation of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 8-11
Edwin F. GAY, [Remarks on the Address of N.S.B. Gras, Intellectual Co-operation of the Business Historical Society], in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 11-13
Albert Bushnell HART, George Washington as a Business Man, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 14-17
   The Collection of Business Manscripts in the South, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 17-18
   In Memoriam [Earle Perry Charlton] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 5/1, 1931, p. 19
   Secretary's Column, p. 19-20
BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931
   Joint Session of the American Historical Association and the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931, p. 1-3
   The "Great Steam Fire-Engine Contest", in: BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931, p. 3-6
   Twenty Years of Tariff Manipulation, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931, p. 7-10
   Paper Money for a Panic, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931, p. 10-11
   The Importance of Farm and General Store Account Books in Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931, p. 12-14
   Two Unique Books on "Handy-Works", in: BullBusHistSoc 5/2, 1931, p. 14-18
   The Secretary's Report, p. 18-20
BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931
   A Short History of Trade Cards, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931, p. 1-6
   Revival of the Title Controversy, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931, p. 6-8
   The First Thames Tunnel, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931, p. 8-12
   Business Historical Society Broadcast, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931, p. 13
   German Inflation Currency, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931, p. 13-17
   In Memoriam [Alvah Crocker, Henry S. Howe] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 5/3, 1931, p. 17-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 18-20
BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931
   The Baldwin Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 1-5
   Dry Goods Trade of 1857, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 5-8
   Trade with California in the Fifties, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 9-12
   Mathew Carey and the Depression of 1820, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 12-15
   A Rare Purchase, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 15-16
   The Essex Institute and Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 17
   In Memoriam [Goerg Fisher Baker, Edgar Dwight Shaw] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 5/4, 1931, p. 17-19
   Secretary's Column, p. 19-20
BullBusHistSoc 5/5, 1931
   The Record of a Spanish Royal Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/5, 1931, p. 1-7
   A California Commission Merchant [Albert Dibblee], in: BullBusHistSoc 5/5, 1931, p. 7-11
   Who Uses Business Manuscripts?, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/5, 1931, p. 11-14
   A Present for an Apprentice, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/5, 1931, p. 15-17
   Notices, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/5, 1931, p. 17-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 18-20
BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931
   A California Commission Merchant [Albert Dibblee] Part II, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 1-5
   German Material comes to the Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 5
   A Wheelwright of Charlestown, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 6-9
   The New Bedford Whaling Fleet, 1790-1906, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 9-14
   New Books in Busines History, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 14-15
   Meetings, in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 15-16
   In Memoriam [Roland W. Boyden, Charles F.D. Belden, William O. Comstock] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 5/6, 1931, p. 17-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 18-20

BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932
   Annual Meeting, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932, p. 1-5
   Making a Business Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932, p. 5-7
   A California Commission Merchant [Albert Dibblee] Part III, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932, p. 7-11
   The Glossary of Mediaeval Business Terms, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932, p. 13
   American Economic Association and the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932, p. 13-17
   In Memoriam [Obtavius T. Howe, John H. Carroll, Fred R. Hayward, Charles H. Tyler] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 6/1, 1932, p. 17-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 18-20
BullBusHistSoc 6/2, 1932
   Perkins and Company, Canton, 1803-1827, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/2, 1932, p. 1-5
   Use of Pictures in a School of Business Administration, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/2, 1932, p. 5-9
   Legal Documents and Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/2, 1932, p. 912
   In Memoriam [Charles Curtis Eaton, Paul M. Warburg [geb. Hamburg 1868] [Obituary, Nachruf], in: BullBusHistSoc 6/2, 1932, p. 12-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 14-16
BullBusHistSoc 6/3, 1932
   La Société Cockerill, 1817-1927, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/3, 1932, p. 1-5
   Textile Material Again, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/3, 1932, p. 6-12
   Business Records from Mexico City, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/3, 1932, p. 13-15
   Finding List for Manuscript Material in Baker Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/3, 1932, p. 16
   In Memoriam [Charles L. Edgar] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 6/3, 1932, p. 17
   Secretary's Column, p. 17-20
BullBusHistSoc 6/4, 1932
   Frederic Tudor – Ice King, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/4, 1932, p. 1-8
   Sources for Maritime History, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/4, 1932, p. 8-12
   Hacienda Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/4, 1932, p. 12-14
   The Trotter Manuscripts, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/4, 1932, p. 14-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 19-24
BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932
   An Early Chapter in the American Sheep Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 1-6
   Notes on the Erie Canal, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 6-13
   The First Survey of the Boston and Albany Railroad, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 13-15
   Material on Canal and Railroad Construction, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 16-17
   Contributions to Source Material for Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 17-21
   List of Manuscript Material now available, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 22
   "The Glasgow University Press 1638-1931", in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 22-24
   Important Notice, in: BullBusHistSoc 6/5, 1932, p. 24
   Secretary's Column, p. 24-28

BullBusHistSoc 7/1, 1933
   When a Nation Acquires New Territory, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/1, 1933, p. 1-5
   Organization of Business Enterprise in 1767, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/1, 1933, p. 5-12
   Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/1, 1933, p. 13-16
   In Memoriam [Walter R. Callender, Charles H. Jones] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 7/1, 1933, p. 16-17
   Secretary's Column, p. 17-20
BullBusHistSoc 7/2, 1933
   1932 in Retrospect, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/2, 1933, p. 1-2
John F. TINSLEY, Depressions Past and Present, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/2, 1933, p. 2-13
   Twenty-Seven Years of Business Investment 1832-1859, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/2, 1933, p. 13-15
   In Memoriam [Peter A. Waller] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 7/2, 1933, p. 16
   Secretary's Column, p. 16-20
BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933
   Banking Problems in 1834, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 1-4
   The Boston Light, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 5-6
   Revolutionary Privateering, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 7-10
   "New England's Prospect 1933", in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 10
   A Colonial Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 11-14
   Dunning in the Manner of 1729, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 14-15
   Industrial Studies undertaken at Smith College, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 16
   In Memoriam [Herbert N. Straus] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 7/3, 1933, p. 16-17
   Secretary's Column, p. 17-20
BullBusHistSoc 7/4, 1933
   Lotteries, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/4, 1933, p. 1-5
   Reflections of the 1837 Panic, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/4, 1933, p. 6-11
   The Boston Riot of 1765, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/4, 1933, p. 12-13
   British Nationalism in 1807, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/4, 1933, p. 13-17
   Secretary's Column, p. 17-20
BullBusHistSoc 7/5, 1933
Howard CORNING, The Essex Institute of Salem, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/5, 1933, p. 1-5
Jonathan T. LINCOLN, Beginnings of the Machine Age in New England: Documents Relating to the Introduction of the Power Loom, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/5, 1933, p. 6-13
   In Memoriam [Rodolph Louis Agassiz] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 7/5, 1933, p. 13-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-20
BullBusHistSoc 7/6, 1933
R.W.G. VAIL, The American Antiquarian Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/6, 1933, p. 1-5
   A Novelty in Co-operative Movements, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/6, 1933, p. 5-6
   Railroad Conventions before 1860, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/6, 1933, p. 6-9
   Clothier Advertising in 1850, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/6, 1933, p. 9-11
   Log Book of the Ship Hope, in: BullBusHistSoc 7/6, 1933, p. 11-12
   In Memoriam [William Henry Trotter] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 7, 1933, p. 12-13
   Secretary's Column, p. 13-16

BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934
Dorothy C. BARCK, New York Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 1-5
   Friendly Fire Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 5-6
   Phases in the Evolution of Wall Street, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 6-10
   A Counterfeiter's Letters, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 10-12
   Clipper Ship Trade Cards, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 12-14
   The Union Locks and Canal Lottery, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 14-15
   In Memoriam [Everett Morss, Peter M. Speer] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 15-16
   Secretary's Column, p. 16-20
Carrol H. QUENZEL, West Virginia University Collection of Historical Manuscripts, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 21-23
   The Romance of the Atlantic Cable, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 23-26
   Peter White of Michigan, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 26-29
   Rare Acquisitions, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 29-32
   Slaves on a Federal Project, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 32-33
   In Memoriam [Edward Perkins Brown] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 33-34
   Secretary's Column, p. 34-36
Charles B. PIKE, Chicago Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 37-41
   Industrial Pictures and their Relation to Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 41-42
   Boston Custom-House, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 42-44
   Jacob Peabody and Company, Auctioneers, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 44-48
   Pan American Exhibit, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 49
   War as a Stimulus to American Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 49-52
   In Memoriam [Otto H. Kahn] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 52-53
   Secretary's Column, p. 53-56
Alston G. FIELD, The Collection of Business Records in Western Pennsylvania, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 57-63
   The Shipping Papers of James Hunnewell, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 63-66
   The Eighth Anniversary of the Bulletin, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 67-68
   First Baldwin Apple Tree, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 68-70
   The Taunton Locomotive Works, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 70-72
   An Early Railroad Operating Agreement, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 72-74
Robert Murray HAIG; Carl SHOUP, "The Sales Tax in the American States", in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 74-75
   Secretary's Column, p. 75-76
Charles E. FISHER, The Railway & Locomotive Historical Society, Inc., in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 77-80
Elva TOOKER, A Kentucky Merchant's Problems in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 81-88
   Merchants' Notes of 1733, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 88-90
   In Memoriam [Harry R. Sinclair, Wilmot R. Evans] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 90-91
   Secretary's Column, p. 92-96
Curtis W. GARRISON, Economic Material in the Pennsylvania Archives and Other Depositories, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 97-101
   A Rebus, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 102-104
   Labor Agreements and Indentures, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 104-107
George F. LOMBARD, Aptuxcet, A Trading Place of the Pilgrims, in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 108-111
   In Memoriam [James J. Phelan] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 8, 1934, p. 111-112
   Secretary's Column, p. 112-116

BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935
   Supplementary Material on Frederick Tudor Ice Project, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 1-6
   Council for the Preservation of Business Archives, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 6-9
   Wooden Money, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 9-11
   Foreign Material on Business History deposited in the Baker Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 12-13
   Secretary's Column, p. 13-16
   Long Wharf [Boston, Mass.], in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 17-22
   Government Archives Building, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 22-24
   A Persistent Fringe of House to House Selling in American History, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 24-28
   Salvage Case involving the "Great Eastern", in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 29-30
   In Memoriam [Leo Falk Wormser, Frank B. Bemis] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 30-31
   Secretary's Column, p. 31-32
Bella C. LANDAUER, Tradecards: An Overlooked Asset, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 33-38
Arthur H. COLE, A Fragment from an Earlier Crisis, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 38-41
   De Wolf Family Papers, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 41-44
   The Effect of the Adoption of the National Currency System on the Keeping of Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 44-46
   Collection of Photographs of Contemporary Business Leaders, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 47-48
   Secretary's Column, p. 48-52
   Annual Meeting of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 53
   The Hudson's Bay Company Archives, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 54-56
   Business Methods in Norway during the Thirteenth Century, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 57-60
   Agricultural Records in the Baker Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 60-63
   Collection of Photographs of Contemporary Business Leaders, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 64-66
   Secretary's Column, p. 67-68
N.S.B. GRAS, The First American Business Man, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 69-70
R.W. HIDY, The House of Baring and American Trade, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 71-75
Henrietta M. LARSON, William Sturgis, Merchant and Investor, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 76-77
   Records of the Hamilton Woolen Company, 1831-1935, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 78-79
Ralph M. HOWER, Wanted: Material on the History of Marketing, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 79-81
   Collection of Photographs of Contemporary Business Leaders, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 81-82
   Secretary's Column, p. 83-84
   Joint Session on Economic History. New York City, December 26, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 85
Blanche Hazard SPRAGUE, Jacob Adams' Shoemaking Accounts, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 86-92
   Meeting in Worcester, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 92
Arthur H. COLE, The Bancroft Collection [on th South Sea Bubble], in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 93-96
N.S.B. GRAS, The Oldest American Business Firm, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 97
   Collection of Photographs of Contemporary Business Leaders, in: BullBusHistSoc 9, 1935, p. 98-99
   Secretary's Column, p. 99-100

BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936
Kenneth W. PORTER, Myths after Astor, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 1-7
   Joint Session on Economic History, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 7-15
   Meeting of the Council, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 15-16
   Jere A. Downs [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 16-17
   Daniel G. Wing [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 17-18
   Annual Meeting of the Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 21
N.S.B. GRAS, The Oldest American Business Corporation in Existence, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 21-25
Mary Gertrude MASON, Aspects of the Trade between China and America, 1840-1870, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 24-28
John PLANKINTON, Problems of a Pork Packer in 1883, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 28-29
   Recent Articles on American Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 29-34
   Secretary's Column, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 34-36
Dorothy O. JOHANSEN, Simeon G. Reed, Pioneer, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 37-43
   Annual Meeting of the Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 44-48
Miriam HUSSEY, Business Manuscripts in the Library of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 48-51
   Secretary's Column, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 51-52
   Cross Sections of Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 53-58
George P. BAKER Jr., Some Episodes in New England Railroad Consolidation, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 58-65
   In Memoriam [Walter Cabot Baylies] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 65-66
   Secretary's Column, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 66-68
Ralph H. HOWER, Cyrus Hall McCormick. American Business Leader, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 69-76
   The McCormick Historical Association, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 76-78
Henrietta M. LARSON, The John B. Alley, A Pioneer Locomotive, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 78-80
   In Memoriam [Arthur Lehman] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 80-81
   In Memoriam [Jesse Isidor Straus] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 81
   Secretary's Column, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 82-84
Ralph M. HOWER, Some Remarks on Private Banking. Study of Jay Cooke given to Members, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 85-88
   Modern Advertising in its Infancy, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 88-90
Louise RAU, John Askin. Early Detroit Merchant, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 91-94
   Secretary's Column, in: BullBusHistSoc 10, 1936, p. 95-100

BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937
Herbert HEATON, Financing the Industrial Revolution, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 1-10
   Joint Session on Economic History, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 11
Don M. DAILEY, Smith and Scammon: Early Chicago Bankers, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 11-18
   Secretary's Column, p. 19-20
Ralph M. HOWER, James Talcott and Factoring, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 21-23
   Wreck of the Living Age, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 23-27
   New Class of Memberships, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 27
   Society Members to receive Valuable Publications in 1937, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 27-28
G. TWICHELL, Labor Relations in 1857, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 28-29
   A New Review for Economic History [Rivista di Storia economica], in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 29-30
   Book Reviews, p. 30-31
   In Memoriam [William Morgan Butler, Gordon Dexter, William R. Gray, Charles Hayden] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 32-35
   Secretary's Column, p. 33-36
   The Preservation of Business Records. Why Business Records should be Preserved, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 37-61
   Appendix: Discussion of the Actual Practice of Firms in Selected Industries with regard to the Preservation of Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 63-83
   Two Generations of Business Enterprise in Massachusetts, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 85-88
Josephine MAYER; Robert E. EAST, An Early Anglo-American Financial Transaction, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 88-96
   In Memoriam [George Fisher Baker, Ogden Livingston Mills, Thomas Nelson Perkins] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 96-98
   Secretary's Column, p. 98-100
   A History of Boston's Oldest Bank, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 101-104
Lewis E. ATHERTON, Auctions as a Threat to American Business in the Eighteen Twenties and Thirties, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 104-107
   In Memoriam [Felix M. Warburg] [Obituary, Nachruf], in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 107-108
Henrietta M. LARSON, The Records of a Flour Milling Firm of Rochester, New York, in: BullBusHistSoc 11, 1937, p. 108-110
   Secretary's Column, p. 111-116

BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938
Muriel E. HIDY, The George Peabody Papers, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 1-6
Henrietta M. LARSON, Some Thoughts on a History of a Business Man, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 7-9
   The Brighton Market Bank, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 9-14
   In Memoriam [Francis Russell Hart, William Henry Manning] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 14-15
   Council Meeting, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 16
Elsie Hight BISHOP, The Business Man as a Business Historian, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 17-24
   Business in Babylon, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 25-27
Louise RAU, The Robert Sanders Papers, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 28-30
   Secretary's Column, p. 31-32
Howard CORNING, The Autobiography of a Salem Merchant, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 33-39
   On the Beginning of Transatlantic Steamship Service, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 40-43
Raymond de ROOVER, The Account Books of Collard de Marke, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 44-47
   A Letter from the Phelps Papers, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 47-48
   Has Business a Place in Philosophy?, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 49-51
Lewis E. ATHERTON, Early Western Mercantile Advertising, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 52-57
   The Phoenician Merchantman, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 58-60
Elva TOOKER, A Marketing Problem One Hundred Years Ago, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 61-63
   Secretary's Column, p. 64
J. Owen STALSON, The Pioneer in American Life Insurance Marketing, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 65-75
   A Colleciton of Business Papers from Eighteenth-Century Leeds [John Wilson & Sons, Leeds], in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 76
   Secretary's Column, p. 77-80
Joseph H. APPEL, Reminiscences in Retailing, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 81-90
Ralph M. HOWER, Urban Retailing 100 Years Ago, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 91-101
   Annual Meeting of the Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 12, 1938, p. 101
   Secretary's Column, p. 102-104

BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939
   Need for a Journal of Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 1-2
Arthur H. COLE, Business History and the Kress Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 2-6
Homer B. VANDERBLUE, An Engineer Writes on Railroad Construction Standards in 1842, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 6-11
James A. ROBERTSON, From the Maryland Archives, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 11-13
Ralph M. HOWER, Business Enterprise in the American Revolution, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 13-15
A.V. JUDGES, The Council for the preservation of Business Archives, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 17-20
Mary Catherine WELBORN, An Intellectual Father of Modern Business [Konrad Peutinger, Augsburg], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 20-24
C.W. MOORE, Some Thoughts on the Early Labor Policy of the Waltham Watch Co., in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 25-29
   In Memoriam [Philip Leffingwell Spalding] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 29-30
   Secretary's Column, p. 30-32
Evelyn H. PUFFER, A California Pioneer in Insurance [Caspar Thomas Hopkins], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 33-43
   Business and Capitalism, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 43
   A Century of Banking in Milwaukee, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 44-47
Joseph H. APPEL, A Case Study of an Advertising Agency and Some Observations on Advertising in General, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 49-57
   Note on Our Dollar Sign, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 57-58
Charles E. FISHER, The Birth of the Express Business [William Frederick Harnden], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 59-63
   In Memoriam [John Wells Morss] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 64
   Joint Meeting of the Society with the American Economic Association, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 65
   On the Hundredth Anniversary of the Commercial & Financial Chronicle, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 66-72
Louise RAU, Dutilh Papers [Pierre Dutilh], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 73-74
   A Book on the Early Oil Industry in Pennsylvania, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 75-76
   A Note on Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 76
   Secretary's Column, p. 77-80
R.W. HIDY, Credit Rating before Dun and Bradstreet, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 81-88
   Japan's Great Business Family [Mitsui], in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 88
Richard C. OVERTON, Dickins' Brother and Western Railroad Publicity, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 89-93
   The Society Presents a Casebook in Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 93-94
Fred M. JONES, The Collection of Buisness Records at the University of Illinois, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 94-95
   A History of an Industrial City, in: BullBusHistSoc 13, 1939, p. 96

BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940
   Growth of Rigidity in Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 1-9
   Recent Books on Marketing [Review Article], in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 10-13
   Propsed Economic History Association and Industrial History Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 13
N.S.B. GRAS, The Steinman Hardware Company, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 14-15
   Secretary's Column, p. 15-16
Shepard POND, The Ducat: Once an Important Coin in European Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 17-19
Rodney C. LOEHR, Business Historical Material in the Minnesota Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 20-28
   Meeting of the Council, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 29
   A Note on Marine Insurance in Salem, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 30-32
N.S.B. GRAS, An Old Store Still Young, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 33-40
Florence EDLER DE ROOVER, The Business Records of an Early Genoese Notary, 1190-1192, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 41-46
   Secretary's Column, p. 47-48
Henrietta M. LARSON, The Armor Business in the Middle Ages, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 49-64
Marietta JENNINGS, Notes on Joseph Hertzog, an Early Philadelphia Merchant, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 65-76
Shepard POND, The Louis d'Or, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 77-80
Helen MCCANN, The Business Papers of Emerson Cole, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 81-86
   Booklet on Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 87
   The Business History Society of Indiana, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 88
   Chocolate Manufacture, 1765-1940, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 89-90
   A New Book on the Income Tax, in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 90-92
   James Handasyd Perkins [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 14, 1940, p. 93
   Secretary's Column, p. 94-96

BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941
Theodore F. MARBURG, Aspects of Labor Administration in the Early Nineteenth Century, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 1-10
   Business History at the Recent Meeting of the American Historical Association, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 10-11
Shepard POND, The Spanish Dollar. The World's Most Famous Silver Coin, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 12-16
Ralph M. HOWER, Problems and Opportunities in the Fild of Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 17-26
Shepard POND, The Maria Theresa Thaler. A Famous Trade Coin, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 26-31
   The Traveling Merchant in a Comedy of Plautus, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 31-32
John C. KILEY, Changes in Realty Values in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 33-41
   Meeting of the Council, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 42
   A Proposal for Schools of Business Administration in Seventeenth-Century England, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 43-46
   Secretary's Column, p. 47-48
N.S.B. GRAS, A New Study of Rockefeller, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 49-58
   A Steel Man's Recollections [Willis Larimer King; Jones and Laughlin Steel Company], in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 58
   Charles H. Taylor [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 59-61
Catharine WOOLLEY, Companies Never Remember. Advertising departments would profit from continuity of experience, independent of shifting personalities, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 62-64
William J. CUNNINGHAM, James J. Hill's Philosophy of Railroad Management, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 65-72
   A Petty Capitalist in American Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 72-73
   Henry Hornblower [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 74-75
   December Meetings of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 76
   Secretary's Column, p. 77-80
   Business and the Telephone, 1878, as illustrated by Early Directories, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 81-86
Florence EDLER DE ROOVER, Partnership Accounts in Twelfth Century Genoa, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 87-92
   To Enter Business or Not to Enter? A Letter of 1807 considers the Question, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 93-95
   An Inventory of Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 15, 1941, p. 95-96

BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942
Willis Hatfield HAZARD, Marketing Life Insurance: Its History in America [Review of the book by J. Owen Stalson], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 1-7
   Bank Records Acquired by the Society [Shoe and Leather Dealers' Bank of Boston; Shoe and Leather National Bank], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 7
Theodore F. Marburg, Commission Agents in the Button and Brass Trade a Century Ago, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 8-18
Myles L. MACE, Nathan Isaacs [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 19-20
N.S.B. GRAS, Capitalism — Concepts and History (with Discussion by Raymond de ROOVER and Henrietta M. LARSON, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 21-42
Ralph M HOWER, The Effect of Managerial Policy upon the Structure of American Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 42-52
Sidney FORMAN, The New Bridge Oyster Company, 1863-1868, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 53-61
Evelyn H. PUFFER, A Great Business Lawyer, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 61-62
   An Early Philadelphia Merchant Charles N. Buck, 1775-1851, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 63
   Philip Cabot [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 64-66
   Secretary's Column, p. 66-68
Henrietta M. LARSON, Some Unexplored Fields in American Railroad History, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 69-79
   A Traveling Merchant opens to the West the Trade and Culture of the Orient, 67 A.D., in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 80-81
   Simon Guggenheim [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 82-83
Arthur H. COLE, Acquisition of Material from the Poor Publishing Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 83-84
Edwin T. COMAN Jr., Sidelights on the Invenstment Policies of Stanford, Huntington, Hopkins and Crocker, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 85-89
   Co-operation is Private Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 89-91
   Old Issues of the Bulletin, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 91
Fritz REDLICH, Some Remarks on the Business of a New York Ship Chandler in the 1810's, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 92-98
   Secretary's Column, p. 98-100
Robert LOPEZ, The Life of the Genoese Woolworkers as revealed in Thirteenth-Century Notarial Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 101-105
   Dick Whittington and His Cat, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 105
George Winston SMITH, A Rising Industry's Battle for the Morrill Tariff, in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 106-111
   Some Early Bank Checks [American], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 112
   In Memoriam [Ernest B. Dane, Robert F. Herrick, George M. Shriver] [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 16, 1942, p. 113-115

BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943
   The Social Implications of Business Administration: Past and Present, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 1
N.S.B. GRAS, The Social Implications of Business Administration: An Introductory Statement, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 2-5
Curtis P. NETTELS, Washington as a Business Man and as a Public Figure, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 6-10
Thomas R. NAVIN Jr., Evaluating the Methods of the Business Administrator, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 11-14
Thomas C. COCHRAN, Some Social Attitudes of Railroad Administrators at the End of the Nineteenth Century, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 15-21
Constance McLaughlin GREEN, What has the Business Administrator Contributed to Society?, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 22-26
Henrietta M. LARSON, Some General Considerations, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 27-31
Carl H. MCKENZIE, An Experiment in the Retention and Preservation of Corporate Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, Supplement, p. 1-23
   Major Hower in Overseas Service. His History of Macy's soon to be distributed to Members of the Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 33-34
T.F. BRADSHAW, Superior Methods Created the Early Chain Store, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 35-43
   Send Me a Business Historian, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 44-46
   "Rich as Croesus", in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 47-48
Lewis E. ATHERTON, Personal Letters of a New Orleans Mercantile Clerk — 1844-1845, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 49-56
   Louis Edward Kirstein [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 57-62
   Meeting of the Council of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 63-64
   Books Received, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 64
Florence EDLER DE ROOVER, Francesco Sassetti and the Downfall of the Medici Banking House, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 65-80
Fritz REDLICH, The Business Activities of Eric Bollmann. An International Business Promoter, 1797-1821. Part I: The Foreign Merchant, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 81-91
   John Pierpont Morgan, 1867-1943 [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 92-96
   A History of Reed & Barton, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 97-101
   James A. Farrell 1863-1943 [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 102
Fritz REDLICH, The Business Activities of Eric Bollmann. An International Business Promoter, 1797-1821. Part II: The International Promoter, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 103-112
   Another Collection of Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 17, 1943, p. 112

BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944
N.S.B. GRAS, An Early Sedentary Merchant in the Middle West. Records Available for a Study of the Career of Henry Shaw, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 1-9
   Freeman Hunt on the Science of Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 9-10
   A Petty Capitalist's Account Book, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 10-11
   Boston's First Merchant [John Coggan], in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 11-12
   S.U.M. [Society for Establishing Useful Manufactures] Papers to be in Paterson Museum, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 12-14
   Secretary's Column, p. 14-16
   Members to Receive a History of Two Bank Groups in the Northwest, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 17-19
   Meeting of the Council of the Business History Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 19
Buford ROWLAND; G.B. SNEDEKER, The United States Court of Claims and French Spoliation Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 20-27
N.S.B. GRAS, Religion and Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 27-32
   The Judgment of the Historian upon American Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 32
Josepha M. PERRY, Sketch of the Life and Work of Milton Prince Higgins, 1842-1912, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 33-54
R.C. OVERTON, Scholars get Access to Burlington Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 54-56
   A New Business History Series, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 56-57
Evelyn H. KNOWLTON, Early Manufacturing in Oregon, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 57-58
Thomas C. COCHRAN, New York City Business Records: A Plan for their Preservation, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 59-62
R. Gordon WASSON, Another View of the Historian's Treatment of Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 62-68
   Charles Copeland 1867-1944 [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 69
   Secretary's Column, p. 70
N.S.B. GRAS, Are You Writing a Business History?, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 73-110
Kenneth Wiggins PORTER, The Business Man in American Folklore, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 113-130
   The Closing of the Industrial Museum of the American Steel and Wire Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 131-132
Henrietta M. LARSON, An Early Industrial Capitalist's Labor Policy and Management, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 132-141
   Joseph P. Day [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 142
   Selections from the Autobiography of Thomas Mellon — I, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 145-154
   The Corporation and the Historian: Report of a Meeting of the American Economic History Association, held at Princeton, New Jersey, September 1944, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 155-162
Henrietta M. LARSON, Business Men as Collectors, in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 162-170
   George Avery Rich [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 171
   Percy Selden Straus [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 18, 1944, p. 172-173
   Secretary's Column, p. 174

BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945
Florence EDLER DE ROOVER, A Prize of War: A Painting of Fifteenth Century Merchants, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 3
   Selections from the Autobiography of Thomas Mellon — II, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 12
   The Adam Smith Collection at the Harvard School of Business Administration, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 26
   Historical Societies' Interest in Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 28
   A New Book in American Social History, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 29
Lewis E. ATHERTON, Itinerant Merchandising in the Antebellum South, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 35
Josepha M. PERRY, A New Book on Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 59
   A Book Concerning a Country Store, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 62
Florence EDLER DE ROOVER, Concerning the Ancestry of the Dollar Sign, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 63
Herbert O. BRAYER, Boom-Town Banker – Central City, Colorado, 1880, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 67
N.S.B. GRAS, Shifts in Public Relations, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 97
T.D. CLARK, Records of Little Businesses as Sources of Social and Economic History, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 151
N.S.B. GRAS, Sir Andrew Freeport, A Merchant of London, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 159
   Why Write Company Histories?, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 162
Frederic C. LANE, Venture Accounting in Medieval Business Management, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 164
   Deposit of Illinois Central Railroad Company Records in the Newberry Library, Chicago, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 173
   Meeting of the Council of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 176
N.S.B. GRAS, J. Franklin Ebersole, 1884-1945 [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 177
Josepha M. PERRY, Samuel Snow, Tanner and Cordwainer, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 183
N.S.B. GRAS, An Old-Time Novel about Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 194
George S. GIBB, The Society Presents a History of the Waltham Watch Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 195
   Selections from de Tocqueville's Democracy in America: A Frenchman assays the Spirit behind American Business Expansion in the 1830's, in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 202
   Hiram J. Halle — A Memorial [Obituary], in: BullBusHistSoc 19, 1945, p. 211

BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946
Paul M. GIDDENS, History Looks at Oil, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 3
   General Meeting of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 16
   The Status of Business History at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 17
   The Hundredth Anniversary of the Graniteville Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 21
   A New York Farmer's Capital Investment in the 1840's, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 22
   The Teaching of Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 24
N.S.B. GRAS, Questions and Answers in Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 25
Henrietta M. LARSON, "Plutarch's Lives" of Trade: The First Series of American Business Biographies, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 28
   Editor's Introduction [to: Shift from Government Regulation to Government Control of Business], in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 35
N.S.B. GRAS, Historical Background [to: Shift from Government Regulation to Government Control of Business], in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 36
Lincoln GORDON, Government Controls in War and Peace [Shift from Government Regulation to Government Control of Business], in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 42
Charles Cortez ABBOTT, Government Activity in the Financial Field [Shift from Government Regulation to Government Control of Business], in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 51
C.O. RUGGLES, Public Utilities [Shift from Government Regulation to Government Control of Business], in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 57
Elva C. TOOKER, A Merchant turns to Money-Lending in Philadelphia, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 71
N.S.B. GRAS, The Philosophy of the Business Man, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 86
Elizabeth M. BACON, Marketing Sewing Machines in the Post-Civil War Years, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 90
Thomas C. COCHRAN, Plans for Internship in Business Archival Work, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 95
N.S.B. GRAS, Letters of a Canadian Business Man: A Book Review, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 97
George S. GIBB, The Pre-Industrial Revolution in America: A Field for Local Research, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 103
Raymond de ROOVER, The Three Golden Balls of the Pawnbrokers, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 117
N.S.B. GRAS, Questions and Answers, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 124
Ralph W. HIDY, Cushioning a Crisis in the London Money Market, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 131
N.S.B. GRAS, What Type of Business History are you writing?, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 146
   Members receive a New Book on the Radio Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 163
N.S.B. GRAS, War and Business: Four Century-Long Struggles, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 165
Fritz REDLICH, "Translating" Economic Policy into Business Policy: An Illustration from the Resumption of Specie Payments in 1879, in: BullBusHistSoc 20, 1946, p. 190

BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947
Leon S. GAY, A New Approach to Local Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 3
George S. GIBB, Three Early Railroad Equipment Contracts, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 10
Lewis S. ATHERTON, Predecessors of the Commercial Drummer in the Old South, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 17
Mary E. MURPHY, Arthur Lowes Dickinson: Pioneer in American Professional Accountancy, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 27
Lee M. FRIEDMAN, The Drummer in Early American Merchandise Distribution, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 39
Irving P. SCHILLER, A Program for the Management of Business Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 44
Henrietta M. LARSON, The Business History Foundation, Inc., in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 51
Thomas R. NAVIN Jr., Advertising in the Grand Manner, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 55
William H. WOODWELL, The Woodwell Shipyard, 1759-1852, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 58
   A Seventeenth Century Shoemaker's Account Book, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 75
   Meeting of the Council of the Business History Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 75
N.S.B. GRAS, What is Capitalism in the Light of History?, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 79
   The [Business Historical] Society announces a New Fellowship, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 123
Fritz REDLICH, William Jones and his Unsuccessful Steamboat Venture of 1819, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 125
Lee M. FRIEDMAN, The First Chamber of Commerce in the United States, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 137
Thomas R. NAVIN Jr., The Wellman-Woodman Patent Controversy in the Cotton Textile Machinery Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 144
T'ai-Ch'u LIAO, The An Lo Szu Market of Chengtu: A Field Study, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 155
   History of a West Coast Firm being written at Stanford University, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 172
Henrietta M. LARSON, Business History: Retrospect and Prospect, in: BullBusHistSoc 21, 1947, p. 173

BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948
Ralph W. HIDY, Importance of the History of the Large Business Unit, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 4
Henrietta M. LARSON, Availability of Records for Research in the History of Large Business Concerns, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 12
Richard C. OVERTON, Problems of Writing the History of Large Business Units with Special Reference to Railroads, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 22
   Announcement of Fellowship Awards, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 39
Theodore F. MARBURG, Manufacturer's Drummer, 1832, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 40
C.J. KENNEDY, Introducing College Freshmen to Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 57
   History of the Humble Oil & Refining Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 64
   Meeting of the Council of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 67
   Members of the [Business Historical] Society will receive a Critical Guide to Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 68
   Request for a Volume of Harvard Studies in Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 69
Ruth TEISER; Catherine HARROUN, Origin of Wells, Fargo & Company, 1841-1852, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 70
Kenneth K. KOLKER, The Changing Status of the Foreman, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 84
Theodore F. MARBURG, Manufacturer's Drummer, 1852, with Comments on Western and Southern Markets, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 106
Carolyn CURTIS, A Note on the Burlington Records in the Newberry Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 115
   A History of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 118
Joe B. FRANTZ, Gail Borden as a Businessman, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 123
   The [Business Historical] Society announces another Fellowship, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 133
Henrietta M. LARSON, A New Book on Banking Four Hundred Years Ago, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 134
Fritz REDLICH, Jacques Laffitte and the Beginnings of Investment Banking in France, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 137
   A New Book for Members of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 161
   Accouncing a Change in the Frequency of Publication of the Bulletin, in: BullBusHistSoc 22, 1948, p. 161

BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949
N.S.B. GRAS, Behavior of Business Men in a Changing World, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 1
Ralph W. HIDY, Problems in Collaborative Writing of Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 67
Vicent P. CAROSSO, Anaheim, California: A Nineteenth Century Experiment in Commercial Viniculture, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 78
Ruth TEISER; Catherine HARROUN, Wells, Fargo & Company: The First Half Year, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 87
Hilma HOLTON, Survey of the Teaching of Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 96
   Reviews, p. 104
Robert W. LOVETT, Plans for Reconstruction of America's First Iron Works, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 113
   Meeting of the Council of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 116
John F. HIPPEN, A Wall Street Man and a Western Railroad. A Chapter in Railroad Administration, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 117
N.S.B. GRAS, A Great Indian Industrialist: Jamsetji Nusserwanjui Tata, 1839-1904, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 149
Robert W. LOVETT, Rundell, Bridge and Rundell — An Early Company History, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 152
   Book to be presented to Members, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 163
   Announcement of the Business Historical Society Fellowship Award, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 163
Vincent P. CAROSSO, The Waltham Watch Company: A Case History, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 165
   General Meeting of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 188
   Information about the Business History Foundation, Inc., in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 189
   History of the House of Baring presented to Members, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 190
Robert W. LOVETT, The Thompson Products Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 191
Thomas R. NAVIN, World's Leading Cymbal Maker: Avedis Zildjian Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 23, 1949, p. 196

BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950
N.S.B. GRAS, Past, Present and Future of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 1
William M. FERRIS, Land Title Difficulties in Mexico: A Memorandum written in 1926, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 13
Joe B. FRANTZ, The Annual Report as a Public Relations Tool in Three Industries, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 23
Mary E. MURPHY, Research in Public Accountancy, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 43
   General Meeting of the Members of the Business Historical Society, Inc., in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 51
Robert W. LOVETT, The Cole Brothers Pump and Lightning Rod Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 53
J.D. CHAMBERS, The Memoir of a Nottingham Lace Merchant: William Cripps, 1798-1884, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 65
   Index to Bulletin available to Members of the [Business Historical] Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 109
   Review, p. 110
Thomas C. COCHRAN, Entrepreneurial History [Problems and Challenges in Business History Research], in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 113
Henrietta M. LARSON, History of Business Administration and Operation [Problems and Challenges in Business History Research], in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 120
Herman KROOSS, [Problems and Challenges in Teaching Business History] In a School of Commerce, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 136
Charles J. KENNEDY, [Problems and Challenges in Teaching Business History] To College and University Freshmen, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 140
John G.B. HUTCHINS, [Problems and Challenges in Teaching Business History] In Professional Education for Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 146
   Meeting of the Council of the Business Historical Society, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 157
Charles W. CHATFIELD, The W.L. Douglas Shoe Company: Background of a Recent Merger, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 159
A.R. REYNOLDS, Sources of Credit for a Frontier Lumber Company: The Daniel Shaw Lumber Company as a Type Study, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 184
Robert E. MOORE, Business Philosophy, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 196
Robert W. LOVETT, Publisher and Advertiser Extraordinary: The E.C. Allen Collection, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 210
William J. PARISH, Charles Ilfeld and Mercantile Capitalism in the Arid Southwest, in: BullBusHistSoc 24, 1950, p. 216

BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951
Harold F. WILLIAMSON, Management and Innovations: The Winchester Repeating Arms Company, a Case Study, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 1
Thomas R. NAVIN, Innovation and Management Policies — The Textile Machinery Industry: Influence of the Market on Management, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 15
W. WOODRUFF, Origins of an Early English Rubber Manufactory, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 31
Charles J. KENNEDY, The Early Business History of Four Massachusetts Railroads, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 52
   A Guide to Business Records in Wisconsin, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 73
Richard N. CURRENT, Technology and Promotion: The Typewriter, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 77
Charles J. KENNEDY, The Early Business History of Four Massachusetts Railroads — II, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 84
Robert W. LOVETT, Squire Rantoul and his Drug Store, 1796-1824, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 99
W.T. BAXTER, A Colonial Bankrupt: Ebenezer Hancock, 1741-1819, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 115
Peter GORB, Robert Owen as a Businessman, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 127
Leonard J. ARRINGTON, Iron Manufacturing in Southern Utah in the Early 1880's: The Iron Manufacturing Company of Utah, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 149
John Philip HALL, Shoemaking in the Post-Revolutionary Period: The Business Records of Three Cordwainers of Reading, Massachusetts, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 169
Charles J. KENNEDY, The Early Business History of Four Massachusetts Railroads — III, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 188
Charles J. KENNEDY, The Early Business History of Four Massachusetts Railroads — IV, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 207
Thomas C. COCHRAN, The Executive Mind: The Role of Railroad Leaders, 1845-1890, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 230
Carlos E. CASTAÑEDA, The First Chartered Bank West of the Mississippi: Banco Nacional de Texas, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 242
G.A. PETCH, A Mid-Victorian Employer on Factory Management, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 257
   A Guide to a Collection of Business Manuscripts, in: BullBusHistSoc 25, 1951, p. 261

BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952
Joe B. FRANTZ, The Mercantile House of McKinney & Williams, Underwriters of the Texas Revolution, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 1
Nancy P. NORTON, Labor in the Early New England Carpet Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 19
Vincent P. CAROSSO, Werner Sombart's Contribution to Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 27
   The Newberry Library Guide to Illinois Central Records, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 50
Cyril O'DONNELL, Origins of the Corporate Executive, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 55
Anita SHAFER, The Williams Brothers, Merchants and Shippers, 1825-1850, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 73
Fritz REDLICH, An Eighteenth-Century German Guide for Investors, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 95
Stanley S. MILLER, Business and the Fear of Materialism, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 107
Frances W. GREGORY, The Office of President in the American Textile Industry, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 122
Hugh G.J. AITKEN, Financing the Welland Canal: An Episode in the History of the St. Lawrence Waterway, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 135
Jean E. KEITH, The Role of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad in the Early Development of Alabama Coal and Iron, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 165
Fritz REDLICH, The Beginnings and Development of German Business History, in: BullBusHistSoc 26/3, Sept. 1952, Supplement
Marvin D. BERNSTEIN, Colonel William C. Greene and the Cananea Copper Bubble, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 179
Lucile KANE, Hersey, Staples and Company, 1854-1860: Eastern Managers and Capital in Frontier Business, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 199
James F. DOSTER, The Shelby Iron Works Collection in the University of Alabama Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 214
Robert W. LOVETT, The Beverly Cotton Manufactory: or Some New Light on an Early Cotton Mill, in: BullBusHistSoc 26, 1952, p. 218

BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953
Mary E. MURPHY, Lord Plender: A Vignette of an Accountant and his Times, 1861-1948, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 1
Allan G. BOGUE, The Administrative and Policy Problems of the J.B. Watkins Land Mortgage Company, 1873-1894, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 26
Thomas R. NAVIN, Investment Banking since 1900: An Unexplored Field in American Financial History, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 60
Fritz REDLICH, A German Eighteenth-Century Iron Works during its First Hundred Years, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 69
Donald L. KEMMERER, Financing Illinois Industry, 1830-1890, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 97
Ray GINGER, Company-Sponsored Welfare Plans in the Anthracite Industry before 1900, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 112
Robert W. LOVETT, Storekeeping in a Maine Seacoast Town: Records of the W.G. Sargent Company, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 121
   Ford Motor Company Archives, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 124
J. Carlyle SITTERSON, Expansion, Reversion and Revolution in the Southern Suger Industry: 1850-1910, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 129
Fritz REDLICH, A German Eighteenth-Century Iron Works during its First Hundred Years — II, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 141
S.G. CHECKLAND, An English Merchant House in China after 1842, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 158
Anita Shafer GOODSTEIN, Labor Relations in the Saginaw Valley Lumber Industry, 1865-1885, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 193
Florence EDLER DE ROOVER, New Facets on the Financing and Marketing of Early Printed Books, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 222
Fritz REDLICH, A German Eighteenth-Century Iron Works during its First Hundred Years — III, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 231
Robert W. LOVETT, Business Manuscripts in Baker Library, in: BullBusHistSoc 27, 1953, p. 260

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