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Publishing, marketing research, business services, and seminar management company; name adopted in 1968. Founded originally as a publishing company in 1879; changed name to Bill Brothers Publications, Inc., in 1957. Collection comprises a file compiled by company president John W. Hartman, mainly regarding Harvard Business School's 10-year case study (1970s) of the company's development. In addition, there is an additional Harvard business case study, on Blackwood Press; as well as two copies of the Bill Communications newsletter TRADEWINDS (1959); and a reprinted article on marketing from the Harvard Business Review (1960).

Collection comprises a file compiled by company president John W. Hartman, mainly regarding Harvard Business School's 10-year case study (1970s) of the company's development. In addition, there is an additional Harvard business case study, on Blackwood Press; as well as two copies of the Bill Communications newsletter TRADEWINDS (1959); and a reprinted article on marketing from the Harvard Business Review (1960).