Found 6 collections related to International trade

Providence (Ship : 1822)
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 11
.15 linear feet (1 volume)
Alfred C. Adams, 2nd officer, kept this logbook on the merchant ship Providence, owned by Edward Carrington & Co. and commanded by Captain C. B. Peirce from December 10, 1838 through April 26, 1840. During this time, the ship sailed from... more
Gribeschock, Emil
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1245
.2 linear feet (1 folder)
Emil Gribeschock was an entrepreneur. Collection consists of correspondence with merchants, consular officials, the State Department, members of Congress, and others, on the establishment of trade and consular relations with Abyssinia, 1904-1906;... more
Joint Boycott Council of the American Jewish Congress and Jewish Labor Committee
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1581
22 linear feet (30 boxes)
The Joint Boycott Council was formed in 1936 by the American Jewish Congress and the Jewish Labor Committee in order to coordinate their boycott of German goods and services prior to World War II. The Council researched imports of German goods,... more
Taylor, Moses, 1806-1882
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 2955
132 linear feet (326 boxes, 1166 v., 1 oversize folder)
Moses Taylor (1806-1882) was a little-known but representative figure in the history of the mercantile and industrial development of the United States and Cuba in the nineteenth century. Taylor was a New York City merchant in the West Indies trade... more
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 24608
3.06 linear feet (7 boxes, 1 oversize folder)
The Mercantile Collection, 1726-1950, is a synthetic collection documenting mercantile and other business activities from the early-17th to the mid-20th centuries, especially in the northeastern United States. It consists of papers and records... more
Flint, Charles R. (Charles Ranlett), 1850-1934
Manuscripts and Archives Division | MssCol 1032
2.9 linear feet (7 boxes)
Charles Ranlett Flint (1850-1934) was a financial capitalist, merchant and industrial consolidator. He entered the shipping business and worked for commission merchants in New York City. Popularly known as the "Father of Trusts", he was... more
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