The records document primarily the financial aspects of the Fellows Gear Shaper Company and consist of meticulously maintained journals and ledger books. Fellows Gear Shaper Company was a leader and dominant figure in the manufacturing of precision gear production, gear cutting tools, and optical inspection machines in the first half of the 20th century. The company's contribution to the industry enabled the manufacture of gears for textile, automobiles, factory machinery, and other industries.
The collection documents the history and development of the Wurlitzer Company and consists of company publications, business records, employee files, manufacturing records, sales and marketing records, product information, publicity, advertising, photographs, audiovisual materials, and organ installation drawings.
Records document Charles Eisler, a Hungarian immigrant who was a skilled mechanic and engineer and his company, Eisler Engineering Company of Newark, New Jersey, which manufactured equipment for producing electric lamps, television and radio tubes, welding equipment and laboratory equipment.
This accession consists of records that concern Smithsonian Institution employee health and retirement benefits. Employees Benefits Committee materials include reports, recommendations, and meeting minutes. Materials include studies, proposals, and contracts in reference to health benefits by Liberty Life Insurance Co. of Boston, Williams, ...
This accession consists of statistical reports documenting results of employee perspective surveys conducted in 2000 (administered by Hewitt), and 2002 (administered by Questar).
Papers relate to John Bucheimer's work as manager of new product manufacturing in the Engineering Department at Head Ski Company.
At the February 11, 1936, Board of Directors meeting, it was decided to issue a monthly newsletter "for the purpose of keeping all in touch with the affairs of the organization," informing people of ways credit unions could be used, why they were formed, and how they protected depositors' shares. The newsletter also kept people abreast of...
Thirty-five work incentive posters published by Mather and Co.
These records consist of materials which document the administration and activities of the Office of Personnel Administration. Areas covered include employee training, employee orientation, and programs such as the Seminar in the Legislative Function and the Fellowship in Congressional Operations. People included in the collection are Leonard ...
This accession consists of records created and maintained by John Bundy, Superintendent, 1921-1939, documenting discussions of personnel matters, personnel decisions, personnel changes, employee leave, and employee ratings. Materials include correspondence, reports, leave requests, and employee ratings.