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Records of the Treasurer of Harvard University, 1669-2008.

Author: Harvard University. Treasurer.
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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The Records of the Treasurer of Harvard University document the management and oversight of Harvard's finances including income, expenses, and assets. The records provide an extensive view of Harvard's financial condition as affected by the overall economic climate in the United States, and in particular, highlight the colonial American economic landscape. The collection consists of fifteen series illuminating the  Read more...
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Named Person: William T Andrews; Charles Francis Adams; George Fletcher Bennett; Thomas Brattle; William Brattle; Paul Codman Cabot; William H Claflin; Thomas Danforth; Samuel Atkins Eliot; Ebenezer Francis; John Hancock; Edward William Hooper; Amos Adams Lawrence; Roderick MacDougall; Samuel Nowell; Herbert Pelham; George Putnam; John Richards; Henry Lee Shattuck; Nathaniel Silsbee; Ebenezer Storer; Thomas Wren Ward; John White
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Harvard University. Treasurer.
OCLC Number: 606360598
Description: 127.42 cubic feet (124 legal document boxes, 49 flat boxes, 16 document boxes, 11 card boxes, 220 volumes, 2 half document boxes, 1 legal half document box, 202 folders, 4 record cartons, and 1 reel)

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The Records of the Treasurer of Harvard University document the management and oversight of Harvard's finances including income, expenses, and assets. The records provide an extensive view of Harvard's financial condition as affected by the overall economic climate in the United States, and in particular, highlight the colonial American economic landscape. The collection consists of fifteen series illuminating the progression of Harvard's financial recordkeeping from handwritten fund notes of the mid-seventeenth century to electronically issued reports. The records trace Harvard's transition from a small publicly-funded college to one of the world's largest private universities. The two most complete record series are the Reports and University Accounts, which document the University's core financial activities from 1669 to the present. The most extensive series in the collection, Real Estate, contains photographs, leases, mortgages, and related correspondence resulting from the University's properties in thirteen states, the District of Columbia, and Bermuda. The other series in the collection are less comprehensive. The Records of the Treasurer of Harvard University begin with the tenure of John Richards. Limited records in the form of annual reports are available since 1984.

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