Archives, 1962-1999


 


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Second Series:
  v. 1, 1972
  v. 2, 1973
  v. 3, 1974
  v. 4, 1975
  v. 5, 1976
  v. 6, 1977
  v. 7, 1978
  v. 8, 1979
  v. 9, 1980
  v. 10, 1981
  v. 11, 1982
  v. 12, 1983
  v. 13, 1984
  v. 14, 1985
  v. 15, 1986
  v. 16, 1987
  v. 17, 1988
  v. 18, 1989
  v. 19, 1990
  v. 20, 1991
  v. 21, 1992
  v. 22, no. 1, 1993
  v. 22, no. 2, 1993
  v. 23, no. 1, 1994
  v. 23, no. 2, 1994
  v. 24, no. 1, 1995
  v. 24, no. 2, 1995
  v. 25, no. 1, 1996
  v. 25, no. 2, 1996
  v. 26, no. 1, 1997
  v. 26, no. 2, 1997
  v. 27, no. 1, 1998
  v. 27, no. 2, 1998
  v. 28, no. 1, 1999
  v. 28, no. 2, 1999

Index, 1962-1999
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Presidential Addresses, 1972-1999



The earliest Presidential Addresses of which we have record, those of Richard Overton, Arthur Johnson, and Harold Williamson (1972-1974), have now been scanned and are included in the index below. Glenn Porter's address of 1987 was not published; Richard H. K. Vietor was unable to deliver an address at the 1994 annual meeting because of illness. Presidential Addresses after 1999 are published annually in Enterprise & Society.

1972
Richard C. Overton
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Unfinished Business: A Challenge to Craftsmen

1973
Arthur M. Johnson
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Business History Research: The Past as Prologue

1974
Harold F. Williamson
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The Business History Conference and Business History: Some Reflections

1975
Herman E. Krooss
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Some Random Thoughts on Business and Government

1976
Ross M. Robertson
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American Business and American Life: A Bicentennial Appraisal

1977
Donald L. Kemmerer
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John E. Rovensky, 1880-1970, Industrialist and Banker

1978
Alfred D. Chandler, Jr.
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Business History—A Personal Experience

1979
Herman Freudenberger
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An Agenda for Business History

1980
Thomas C. Cochran
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Forty Years of the Cultural Approach to History

1981
Harold D. Woodman
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The Business of Agriculture

1982
Richard W. Barsness
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Transportation in Business History

1983
Fred Bateman
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Business History in an Era of Economic Transformation

1984
Paul J. Uselding
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Recent Trends and Historical Contexts in the Rise and Fall of Economic Regions

1985
Irene D. Neu
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My Nineteenth-Century Network: Erastus Corning, Benjamin Ingham, Edmond Forstall

1986
Morton Rothstein
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Innocence and Guilt, Comedy and Adventure: Business History as a Human Activity

1988
Mira Wilkins
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Business History as a Discipline

1989
Wayne Broehl
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The Family Business

1990
Thomas K. McCraw
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Ideas, Policies, and Outcomes in Business History

1991
William Lazonick
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Business History and Economics

1992
Louis P. Galambos
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What Makes Us Think We Can Put Business Back into Business History?

1993
K. Austin Kerr
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Connections

1995
Edwin J. Perkins
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Banks and Brokers

1996
William H. Becker
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Managerial Culture and the American Political Economy

1997
Mansel G. Blackford
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Business History and Beyond

1998
Leslie Hannah
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America, the Cold War, and I

1999
Jeremy Atack
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Quantitative and Qualitative Evidence in the Weaving of Business and Economic History: Western River Steamboats and the Transportation Revolution Revisited