results from a quick search for 'barbed wire' in HOLLIS

%AUTHOR: James, Jesse S.
%TITLE: Early United States barbed wire patents,
%PUB. INFO: [Maywood, Calif., 1966]
%SUBJECTS: Barbed wire--Patents. \ Wire fencing--History.
%LOCATION: Widener:  Tec 700.10

%TITLE: The Fence problem in the United States, as related to general husbandry
and sheep raising: facts and statistics from authoritative sources, with a view
of fence laws and customs: illustrated.
%PUB. INFO: Worcester, Mass.: Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Co., 1882.
%SUBJECTS: Barbed wire.
%AUTHORS: Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company.
%LOCATION: Widener:  Harvard Depository Econ 7830.1  Consult Circ. Deskfor

%TITLE: Glidden barb-fence journal.
%PUB. INFO: DeKalb, Ill., I.L. Ellwood & Co.
%SUBJECTS: Barbed wire.
%LOCATION: Baker Business:  RDAP.9 G559

%AUTHOR: Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company.
%TITLE: A manual of the fence: comprising the fence complaint of the past and
the fence remedy assured in steel barbed wire.
%PUB. INFO: Worcester, Mass.: The Company, 1881.
%SUMMARY: I. The fence, a compilation of fence statistics and history -- II. A
statement of the Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company to the Committee on
Agriculture, Connecticut Assembly, 1879 -- III. "Is it a cruel fence?", the barb
fence hearing before the Agricultural Committee, Vermont Legislature, 1880 --
"The world's fence."
%SUBJECTS: Fences. \ Wire fencing. \ Barbed wire.
%LOCATION: Baker Business:  GO :596 W31
\Baker Business:  Film Bak 23807
\Master Microforms:  Film Mas 23807  Microfilm. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard
University Library Microreproduction Service, 1993. 1 microfilm reel : negative
; 35 mm.

%AUTHOR: American Steel & Wire Co.
%TITLE: Records of American Steel and Wire Company and its predecessors, 1822
-1936 (inclusive).
%DESCRIPTION: 30 linear ft. (271 v., 16 boxes, 10 cases).
%SUMMARY: Records of predecessor firms include records, 1868-1899, of the
Washburn and Moen Manufacturing Company, Worcester, Mass., comprising about half
of the total collection. The material on this company includes stock certificate
stubs, stock ledger, directors' records, 1868-1886, bill books, letter books,
1890-1902, miscellaneous volumes and three boxes of folders. There is
considerable material on the patent suits of the 1880's and 1890's, and the
consolidation of the company into one of the largest in the field of wire
making. Records of Washburn and Moen's predecessors include account books of
Washburn and Goddard, 1822-1848; Ichabod Washburn, 1835-1842; I. and C.
Washburn, 1842-1849; I. Washburn and Company, 1850-1861; and I Washburn and
Moen, 1861-1865. Also included are records of Shoenberger, Shoenberger and
Blair, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1860-1892; Crown Point Iron Company, Crown Point, N.Y.,
1872-1897; Worcester Wire Company, Worcester, Mass., 1877-1899; American Wire
Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 1882-1898; B. W. Company, Worcester, Mass., 1886-1890;
the Cleveland Rolling Mill Railroad Company, Cleveland, 1874-1902; and scattered
records of the American Steel and Wire Company, 1899-1910.  The collection also
contains a large amount of material on the early days of wire making assembled
by the American Steel and Wire Company's Industrial Museum. Of particular
interest are the biographical folders relating to men prominent in the industry,
the company histories, and the descriptions of special phases of wire making.
Numerous pictures accompanied the Museum's collection; these have been removed
from frames and placed in appropriate categories.
%NOTES: Provenance: Gift of American Steel and Wire Company, 1944, 1960.
  American Steel and Wire Collection. Baker Library, Harvard Business School.
  There is related material in Mss. Vertical File.
%SUBJECTS: Edenborn, William. \ Goddard, Henry. \ Moen, Philip Louis, 1824-1891.
 \ Washburn, Ichabod, 1798-1868. \ Whitney, Eli, 1765-1825. \ American Steel &
Wire Co. \ American Steeled Rail Company. \ American Wire Company. \ Baker Wire
Company. \ Bennett-Schenck. \ Braddock Wire Company. \ B. W. Company. \
Cleveland Rolling Mill Railroad Company. \ Crown Point Iron Company. \ H. P.
Nail Company. \ I. and C. Washburn. \ I. Washburn and Company. \ I. Washburn and
Moen. \ Iowa Barb Wire Company. \ Quinsigamond Iron and Wire Works. \ Salem Wire
Nail Company. \ Shoenberger, Shoenberger and Blair. \ Stone, Chisholm and Jones.
 \ Washburn and Goddard. \ Washburn & Moen Manufacturing Company. \ Worcester
Wire Company. \ Barbed wire. \ Nail industry. \ Railroads--Ohio. \ Wire
industry--United States. \ Iron industry and trade--Pennsylvania. \ Iron
industry and trade--New York (State) \ Wire industry--Massachusetts. \ Metal
products. \ Manufactures. \ Working class. \ Industrial relations. \ Steel. \
Transportation. \ Manufactures--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh. \ Manufactures--Ohio-
-Cleveland. \ Manufactures--New York (State)--Crown Point. \ Manufactures--Iowa
--Des Moines. \ Manufactures--Ohio--Salem. \ Manufactures--Massachusetts-
-Worcester. \ Account books. \ Diaries. \ Ledgers. \ Letters. \ Photoprints. \
%LOCATION: Baker Business:  Ms.Div. *Mss:596 1822-1936*  Appointment necessary
to consult collection.  Three volumes on labor relations (1911-1919) are
available on microfilm (1 reel, 35mm.) from Manuscripts and Archives, Baker
Library, on loan. Order no. 74-1783.

%AUTHOR: McCallum, Henry D.
%TITLE: The wire that fenced the West,
%PUB. INFO: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1965]
%SUBJECTS: Barbed wire. \ Wire fencing--History.
%LOCATION: Widener:  Econ 7830.265

%AUTHOR: Haish, Jacob, 1826-1926.
%TITLE: A reminiscent chapter from the unwritten history of barb wire prior to
and immediately following the celebrated decision of Judge Blodgett, December
15, 1880.
%PUB. INFO: [S.l.: s.n., 188-?]
%SUBJECTS: Barbed wire--History. \ Wire industry--United States--History.
%LOCATION: Baker Business:  GT :596 H15
\Baker Business:  Film Bak 24204
\Master Microforms:  Film Mas 24204  Microfilm. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard
University Library Microreproduction Service, 1993. 1 microfilm reel : negative
; 35 mm.