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Special Collections and Archives

From its inception, Baker Library has collected rare and unique materials that focus on the evolution of business and industry.

Special Collections and Archives' de Gaspé Beaubien Reading Room is open to all users. Schedule an appointment to confirm the material in which you're interested is available and ready for you in the reading room when you arrive. Please contact [email protected]  for additional information on our access policies.

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If you are unable to visit to use our collections, please reach out to us at  [email protected]  so we can work together to meet your research needs. 


  • Provide in-depth reference via email, phone, or web conference to determine the scope of your research project and evaluate how staff can best meet your needs remotely
  • Direct you to relevant  digital resources  and newly available collections
  • Schedule remote access to microfilm collections
  • Assist you in planning future research visits or reproduction requests

Baker Library collects and makes available the records of business dating from the 14 th  century to the present and the records of the Harvard Business School since its founding in 1908. These varied collections include corporate archives, manuscripts, account ledgers, rare books, broadsides, photographs, company annual reports and audiovisual and digital materials, as well as works of art by a diverse range of artists from around the world.

While the collections contain extensive materials on American businessmen and leaders from the colonial period to the present, we are actively working to expand both the diversity and global scope of Baker Library’s collections, with a particular focus on acquiring the records of women and Black business leaders. We are also reviewing and engaging deeply with our existing collections in order to highlight materials and works by women, Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), as well as enslaved people and immigrants, represented in our holdings.

Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion

As a research library committed to collecting, preserving and making accessible resources that document the history of business, Baker Library welcomes a wide range of researchers to explore our rich collections.

As members of the HBS community, we embrace the actions outlined in HBS’s action plan for Advancing Racial Equity & Diversity .

As members of the Harvard Library community, we stand in unity with Our Responsibilities: A Message from Martha Whitehead .

Within Baker Library Special Collections and Archives, we recognize that we must make clear how we intend to take meaningful action against structural racism and inequality. To that end we will:

  • Address any offensive or harmful language in our collection descriptions and cataloging and make those descriptions more conscious and inclusive by revising our descriptive and cataloging practices going forward using our Guiding Principles for Conscious and Inclusive Description ;
  • Extend access to our collections through digitization and enhanced web content;
  • Increase the diversity of our collections starting with the contemporary business archival collecting program by seeking out the records of Black leaders in business and entrepreneurs, preserving their legacy, and providing access to primary data for scholars and practitioners worldwide.

We welcome comments and suggestions on this statement and our work at [email protected] .

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A library’s purpose is as varied as the collections within it. From championing curiosity to preserving history, these institutions are vital to so many communities.

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Cathy Chukwulebe’s Little Black Library was Baker Library’s first non-business or economic collection and its first placement in an academic library.

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"Slavery, Abolition, Emancipation, and Freedom" is a growing digital collection highlighting materials related to Black history and culture, providing freely accessible digitized primary sources for scholars.

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The Woodberry Poetry Room has one of the largest collections of literary recordings in the U.S., featuring more than 6,000 recordings of poets and writers from the 1930s to the present day.

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"The Harvard College Observatory's Astronomical Photographic Glass Plate Collection" contains more than 550,000 glass plate negatives and spectral images from more than a century of irreplaceable scientific observations. Hundreds of women studied and curated the Harvard Plate Stacks, but more often than not their work went unrecognized. The Center for Astrophysics is dedicated to understanding and undoing the erasure of these women’s contributions while advancing and enabling the creation of new knowledge.

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The archival collections of the Botany Libraries are rich in original artwork that represents the scientific work of Harvard botanists, including illustrations by Jacob Bigelow and watercolors by Charles E. Faxon.

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"The Studies in Scarlet" collection held by the Harvard Law School Library, includes American, British, and Irish cases from 1815 to 1914 involving domestic violence, bigamy, seduction, breach of promise to marry, child custody, and murder.

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The Moscow Free Library and Reading Room opened in March of 1901 in one room of the Brown Building in downtown Moscow. The library was open two afternoons and two evenings a week and was operated by the Pleiades Club and the Moscow Historical Club. In 1903 members of the two clubs formed a committee to secure funding for a library building from the Andrew Carnegie Library Endowment. The Endowment granted the group $10,000. In 1904 Moscow residents approved a special tax to raise money for the building’s operation. A lot was purchased on the corner of Second and Jefferson Streets and Boise architect Watson Vernon was hired to design the library in the Mission Revival style, unique for northern Idaho. The building was completed in 1906 for just under $9,500, making it one of the last Carnegie libraries funded. The first major building improvement was made in 1931 with an addition that doubled the available space. In 1938 the front steps were rebuilt, replacing the curved stairs which had been a feature of the original architecture. In 1964 the basement was remodeled into a children’s library. Construction started in August 1982 to remodel and add to the original Carnegie building. In April 1983 the building was opened to the public, with the Carol Ryrie Brink Reading Room in the historic Carnegie building designated a special place for the children of the community. This addition more than doubled the space again. The Moscow branch serves as headquarters of the Latah County Library District, housing the administrative, adult services, youth services, access services and technical services departments. The Moscow Carnegie Library was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1979. More information about the library may be found on the Society of Architectural Historians’ “Archipedia” website.

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Friends of the Moscow Library

The Friends of the Moscow Library meets regularly to plan their semi-annual book sale held at the Latah County Fairgrounds. Funds raised by the Friends support Moscow programs such as Summer Reading, Everybody Reads, Books for Babies at Gritman Medical Center, and various capital projects.

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Welcome to the Howard University School of Business Library

The mission of the School of Business Library is to provide its respective patron base with authoritative business information in multiple formats, support the integration of information and technology into the School’s curriculum, and serve as a center for research and development for state-of-the-art information technology applications in the business education field.

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Subject Liaisons/Specialists are librarians who specialize in research for a particular subject, and serve as liaison for the department on campus they specialize in. 

Business Databases

A list of accessible Business Databases to help with business related research. 

Patents and Trademarks

The School of Business Library at Howard University is one of 85 Federal Patent and Trademark Resource Centers nationwide. We value our status as a PTRC because we are a rich, local resource for small businesses, research and development firms, our University laboratories, and independent inventors.

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    Boston, MA 02163. Phone: 1.617.495.6040. Email: [email protected]. Maps and Directions. Baker Library is unique among business school libraries worldwide for its extraordinarily comprehensive, large, and diverse collections. The Library's physical collections include approximately 600,000 printed volumes, 186,000 annual reports, over 1 ...

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    The School of Business Library at Howard University is one of 85 Federal Patent and Trademark Resource Centers nationwide. We value our status as a PTRC because we are a rich, local resource for small businesses, research and development firms, our University laboratories, and independent inventors. Patent and Trademark Resource Center