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John Jacob Astor, Business Man. 2 Volumes by Kenneth Wiggins Porter1
Jay Cooke, private banker by Henrietta M. Larson2
The history of an advertising agency : N.W. Ayer & Son at work, 1869-1949 by Ralph M Hower5
History of Macy's of New York , 1858-1919 by Ralph M Hower7
The Whitesmiths of Taunton The Whitesmiths of Taunton. A History of Reed & Barton 1824-1943 by George Sweet Gibb8
The house of Hancock by William T. Baxter10
Guide to Business History Materials for the Study of American Business History and Suggestion by Henrietta M. Larson12
The House of Baring in American Trade and Finance by Ralph Willard Hidy14
The Whitin Machine Works Since 1831: A Textile Machinery Company in an Industrial Village (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Thomas R Navin15
The Saco-Lowell Shops : textile machinery building in New England, 1813-1949 by George Sweet Gibb16
Broadlooms and Businessmen: A History of the Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co. by NANCY JOHN & NORTON EWING17
Nathan Trotter, Philadelphia merchant, 1787-1853 by Elva Tooker18
The Charles Ilfeld Company: A Study of the Rise and Decline of Mercantile Capitalism in New Mexico (Harvard Studies in Business History) by william j. parish20
The rise and decline of the Medici Bank, 1397-1494 by Raymond de Roover21
Isaac Hicks; New York merchant and Quaker, 1767-1820 by Robert A. Davison22
Boston Capitalists and Western Railroads: A Study in the Nineteenth-Century Railroad Investment Process by Arthur Menzies Johnson23
Investment Banking in America: A History (Harvard studies in business history) by Vincent Carosso25
Merchant Prince of Boston: Colonel T. H. Perkins, 1764-1854 (Harvard studies in business history) by Carl Seaburg26
The Maturing of Multinational Enterprise by Mira Wilkins27
Financing Anglo-American trade : the House of Brown, 1800-1880 by Edwin J. Perkins28
British mercantile houses in Buenos Aires, 1810-1880 by Vera Blinn Reber29
The British Shipbuilding Industry, 1870-1914 (Harvard Studies in Business History, XXX) by Sidney Pollard30
Moving the masses : urban public transit in New York, Boston, and Philadelphia, 1880-1912 by Charles W. Cheape31
Managerial Hierarchies: Comparative Perspectives on the Rise of the Modern Industrial Enterprise (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Alfred D. Chandler Jr.32
The Emergence of Multinational Enterprise: American Business Abroad from the Colonial Era to 1914 (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Mira Wilkins34
Kikkoman: Company, Clan, and Community (Harvard Studies in Business History) by W. Mark Fruin35
Family Firm to Modern Multinational: Norton Company (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Charles W. Cheape36
Citibank, 1812-1970 (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Harold van B. Cleveland37
The Morgans: Private International Bankers, 1854--1913 (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Vincent Carosso38
Business, Banking, and Politics: The Case of British Steel, 1918-1939 (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Steven Tolliday39
Enterprising Elite: The Boston Associates and the World They Made by Robert F. Dalzell40
The History of Foreign Investment in the United States to 1914 by Mira Wilkins41
News over the Wires: The Telegraph and the Flow of Public Information in America, 1844-1897 (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Menahem Blondheim42
The History of Foreign Investment in the United States, 1914-1945 by Mira Wilkins43
Heretics and Colonizers: Forging Russia's Empire in the South Caucasus by Nicholas B. Breyfogle44
Organizing Control: August Thyssen and the Construction of German Corporate Management (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Jeffrey Fear45
Shaping the Industrial Century: The Remarkable Story of the Evolution of the Modern Chemical and Pharmaceutical Industries by Alfred D. Chandler Jr.46
Inventing the Electronic Century: The Epic Story of the Consumer Electronics and Computer Science Industries by Alfred D. Chandler Jr.47
Pull: Networking and Success since Benjamin Franklin, by Pamela Walker Laird48
The Emergence of Modern Business Enterprise in France, 1800-1930 (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Michael Stephen Smith49
A Culture of Credit: Embedding Trust and Transparency in American Business (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Rowena Olegario50
Gentlemen Bankers: The World of J. P. Morgan (Harvard Studies in Business History) by Susie J. Pak51

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