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Lamont Montgomery Bowers papers

 Collection
Identifier: BUSC-1976-001
Overview The papers of Lamont Montgomery Bowers (1847-1941), inventor, businessman, manufacturer, were acquired by the State University of New York at Binghamton by gift of Janet B. Bothwell, granddaughter of L.M. Bowers. The collection consists of business and personal correspondence, business records relating to Bowerss career in Binghamton and Broome County, New York industry, civic affairs and finance. L.M. Bowers was also a real-estate developer and land agent in Nebraska, manager for and...
Dates: 1847-1941

Charles Green, Son and Company records

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Identifier: BUSC-2019-001
Overview Business records of Charles Green, Son and Company, hop merchants from Hubbardsville, Madison County, New York. The collection includes correspondence, in the form of letters and postcards, and financial documents. The correspondence is business related, with the majority of the letters from customers located throughout the United States, with the remainder from Charles Green's sons, Walter Jerome, Charles Germain and nephew, Charles C. Green and several financial institutions. Financial...
Dates: 1865 - 1877

George E. Green letters

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Identifier: BUSC-1993-002
Overview The George E. Green letters include correspondence, financial and legal records and documents relating to business dealings between George E. Green and John P. Fiebig. The documents dates from 1900 to 1916 and pertain to early twentieth-century business/manufacturing, New York State history, local history of the Greater Binghamton area and the founding of International Business Machines (IBM). Please note that all materials in this collection have been digitized and are available...
Dates: 1900 - 1916

Rose Family papers

 Collection
Identifier: BUSC-1985-002
Scope and Contents Documents and letters pertaining to a family of prominent landowners in Broome County and northern Pennsylvania during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
Dates: 1785 - 1912; Majority of material found in 1806-1870