Asked on 1/23/2009 by Lea Corbin - VideoconAnswered by ABC Staff
seeking historical information about an old company or an extinct firm
may have a fair bit of detective work to do. Researchers at the Library
of Congress should begin by searching for any works by or about the
company in question in the Library of Congress online catalog, in the
Main Card Catalog, and in appropriate bibliographies such as those
listed in the Guide to Business History. Resources that may be
particularly useful include:
which are currently in business and have a company web site may include
some information about their corporate history on the company site. You
may also wish to consult the Directory of Corporate Archives in the
United States and Canada.
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