Burroughs Corporation records. Charles R. Hadley Company records
Identifier: CBI 90, Series 18
This series consists of various Hadley Company history items, including agreements, appraisals, financial records, competitors, correspondence, patent and license transfers, sales information, and a folder on the Price Adjustment Board (from World War II). There are several flat boxes of ledger sheets covering the dates of 1914-1919, 1920-1931, 1934-1939, 1942-1945, and 1952-1953. The ledgers include information on sales analyses, materials used, general expenses and assets. The collection also includes several years worth of the Hadley Company newsletter, Looseleaves.
Scope and Contents This is one series of the Burroughs Corporation Records (CBI 90). Please see the other series finding aids for further information regarding the Burroughs Corporation.
- Charles R. Hadley Company. (Organization)
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Access to the collection is unrestricted.
The Charles Babbage Institute holds the copyright to all materials in the collection, except for items covered by a prior copyright (such as published materials). Researchers may quote from the collection under the fair use provisions of the copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code).
4 boxes (2.2 cubic feet)
Series consists of various Hadley Company history items, including agreements, appraisals, financial records, competitors, correspondence, patent and license transfers, sales information, and a folder on the Price Adjustment Board (from World War II).
The Charles R. Hadley Company was acquired by the Burroughs Corporation in September 1955. The Hadley Company was later consolidated into another Burroughs Corporation subsidiary, the Todd Company.
The records were given to the Charles Babbage Institute by Unisys Corporation in 1991, accession 991-35.
- Burroughs Corporation Records. Charles R. Hadley Company Records, 1905-1956. Finding Aid.
- Prepared by Susan A. Stepka, September 1995; revised Carrie Seib, December 2003.
- June 2006
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