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First Series:
  v. 1, 1962
  v. 2, 1965
  v. 3, 1967
  v. 4, 1968
  v. 5, 1969
Second Series:
  v. 1, 1972
  v. 2, 1973
  v. 3, 1974
  v. 4, 1975
  v. 5, 1976
  v. 6, 1977
  v. 7, 1978
  v. 8, 1979
  v. 9, 1980
  v. 10, 1981
  v. 11, 1982
  v. 12, 1983
  v. 13, 1984
  v. 14, 1985
  v. 15, 1986
  v. 16, 1987
  v. 17, 1988
  v. 18, 1989
  v. 19, 1990
  v. 20, 1991
  v. 21, 1992
  v. 22, no. 1, 1993
  v. 22, no. 2, 1993
  v. 23, no. 1, 1994
  v. 23, no. 2, 1994
  v. 24, no. 1, 1995
  v. 24, no. 2, 1995
  v. 25, no. 1, 1996
  v. 25, no. 2, 1996
  v. 26, no. 1, 1997
  v. 26, no. 2, 1997
  v. 27, no. 1, 1998
  v. 27, no. 2, 1998
  v. 28, no. 1, 1999
  v. 28, no. 2, 1999

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Second Series, Volume 15, 1986
Edited by Jeremy Atack



Front Matter   View as PDF

Innocence and Guilt, Comedy and Adventure: Business History as a Human Activity
1986 Presidential Address
Morton Rothstein   View as PDF

The Relative Economic Efficiency of Private versus Municipal Waterworks in the 1890s
William J. Hausman, David M. Kemme,
and John L. Neufeld   View as PDF

How Public Works Saved Private Enterprise: The Thomas & Betts Company in the Great Depression
Louis P. Cain
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Integrating Business History and Labor History
Steven J. Ross
and Edwin J. Perkins   View as PDF

Jay Gould: A Revisionist Interpretation
Maury Klein
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John Stewart Kennedy and the City of Glasgow Bank
Saul Engelbourg
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Dissertation Session
Business Location in 1860 and 1870: Evidence from the Manufacturing Censuses
Susan Hotopp
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From Conflict to Consensus: The American Institute of Accountants and the Professionalization of Public Accountancy, 1886-1940
Paul J. Miranti, Jr.
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Business and Public Policy: The Uses and Limits of Strategic-Structural Analysis
Joseph A. Pratt
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Comparative Patterns of Labor-Management Relations: Great Britain, the U.S., and Japan
Howard F. Gospel
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Private Mail Delivery in the United States during the Nineteenth Century: A Sketch
Richard R. John, Jr.
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The Telegraph's Effects on Nineteenth-Century Markets and Firms
JoAnne Yates
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A Place for Public Business: The Material Culture of the Nineteenth-Century Federal Office
Carlene Stephens
and Steven Lubar   View as PDF

Frederick W. Taylor and Industrial Espionage, 1895-1897
Charles D. Wrege
and Ronald G. Greenwood   View as PDF

The Present and Future of Corporate Archives: A Golden Age?
Linda Edgerly
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