Manufacturers’ Association of Lancaster Collection, 1858-1976

Call Number: MG-142

1 box     17 folders     .5 cubic ft.

Repository: LancasterHistory.org (Lancaster, Pa.)

Shelving Location: Archives South, Side 4

Description: The collection contains legal documents concerning property and lease agreements, a membership directory, annual reports, conference materials, and correspondence for the Manufacturers’ Association of Lancaster.

Creators: The Manufacturers’ Association of Lancaster, Pennsylvania; Dyke, Samuel Eugene, 1900-1985.

Conditions for Access: No restrictions.

Conditions Governing Reproductions: Collection may not be photocopied. Please contact Research Staff or Archives Staff with questions.

Language: English

Source of Acquisition: Folder 16: Gift of Samuel E. Dyke. Other items in the collection were acquired by the Lancaster County Historical Society.

 

Folder 1 Legal documents. Agreements on property at 26-28 N. Queen Street, 1858, 1915.

Folder 2 Surety Bond, 1915.

Folder 3 Lease agreements of 26-28 N. Queen Street, 1940-1945.

Folder 4 Lease agreements for Woolworth Building 1928-1931, 1943-1944.

Folder 5  Property purchase and settlement documents for 26-28 N. Queen Street, 1944.

Folder 6 Directory of the Membership, 1925.

Folder 7 Annual Reports, 1923-1927.

Folder 8 Annual Reports, 1928-1932.

Folder 9 Annual Reports, 1933-1937.

Folder 10 Annual Reports, 1938-1943.

Folder 11 Annual Meeting Address by H. W. Prentis, Jr., 1943.

Folder 12 Annual Reports, 1945-1952.

Folder 13 Annual Reports, 1953-1959.

Folder 14 Annual Reports, 1960-1963, 1970, 1971.

Folder 15 Annual Banquets, 1974-1976.

 

Folder 16 Items in this folder were transferred from MG-32, 2006.

Program for the Third Annual Conference of Lancaster County Manufacturers. 25 January 1946.

Letter from Walter C. Miller to Samuel E. Dyke suggesting that he send letters to speakers for the annual conference. Letterhead of the Manufacturers’ Association of Lancaster. 21 December 1945. On reverse: List of members of the association.

Carbon copy of letter from Samuel E. Dyke to Alvin E. Dodd, president of the American Management Association, regarding the speaking engagement. 28 December 1945.

Carbon copy of letter from Samuel E. Dyke to Frank Lovejoy, Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, regarding the speaking engagement. 28 December 1945.

Carbon copy of letter from Samuel E. Dyke to A. L. Kress regarding the speaking engagement. 28 December 1945.

Carbon copy of letter from Samuel E. Dyke to Thomas Roy Jones, president of American Type Founders Inc., regarding the speaking engagement. 28 December 1945.

Handwritten notes, “The Problems of Full Wartime Cooperation for Victory.” Letterhead of the Manufacturers’ Association of Lancaster. No date.

Newsletter, Background Material for Church and Industry Conferences. “The Problem of Full Wartime Cooperation for Victory.” No date.

Flier advertising an Open House at the new office at 28-30 East Orange St., Lancaster. Letterhead of the Manufacturers’ Association of Lancaster. 25 January [1946].

Guide to Church and Industry Cooperation. National Association of Manufacturers. 1944.

AMA Production Conference program. New Manpower through Better Production Methods. American Management Association. 5-6 May 1943.

Business Under Truman. Walter Chamblin, Jr., executive director of the National Association of Manufacturers. 20 June 1945.

AMA Production Conference program. What has Management Learned from War Production? American Management Association. 19-20 April 1944.

 

Folder 17 Annual dinner menu and program. 25 January 1946.