Amoskeag Manufacturing Company
The Amoskeag Manufacturing Company, located in Manchester, New Hampshire, was a cotton-textile firm incorporated in 1831. It operated the world's largest textile plant in addition to producing a variety of other products. The cotton mill was closed and the business was liquidated in 1936. The records of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company contain mainly 20th-century materials with an emphasis on labor and production. The collection includes letter books, minute books, stockholders' records, patent materials, semiannual accounts, insurance and property records, minutes of meetings of employees' committees, records of grievances, and descriptions of company events.
The records documenting the nationalities of employees of the Amoskeag Manufacturing Company are among the holdings of Historical Collections in Baker Library, Harvard Business School.
Materials digitized for the Immigration to the US collection
- Box CE-1: Number of Persons Employed by Nationality
- Vol. CN-1: Nationality of Employees, Bound Record, 1912-1926
- Vol. CN-2, f. 15: Nationality of Employees, Monthly, Jan., 1920-Dec., 1921
- Vol. CN-2, f. 16: Nationality of Employees, Monthly, Jan., 1922-Dec., 1922
- Vol. CN-2, f. 17: Nationality of Employees, Annual, 1911-1929
- Vol. CN-2, f. 18: Nationality of Employees, Detail for Annual Reports, 1912-1928
Full Collection Citation
Amoskeag Manufacturing Co. Collection. Baker Library, Harvard Business School.
There is an unpublished finding aid in the repository. A collection description is available online in HOLLIS.