Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Miscellaneous records including information about educational facilities in Delaware.
Ernest Munster (1885-1965) was an attorney and organized Lawyers International Corporation in 1930, with its office in New York City. Munster, the company's president, continued his association with the company through at least the mid-1940s. The Ernest Munster papers reflect his work which necessitated his familiarity with international trade and incorporation laws and taxation policies. The collection primarily consists of records Munster maintained during his years as president of Lawyers International Corporation, with some papers dating back to his employment with International Corporation Company in the late 1930s.
The Government Finance Department material focuses on government spending, income, and regulation. The files are arranged alphabetically, dating primarily from the late 1960s to mid-1970s. The material includes papers from NAM committees whose purview fell under the department, including the Government Expenditures Committee, Government Operations/Expenditures Committee, Monetary and Fiscal Policy Subcommittee, and Tax Committee. Also included are material related to the Consumer Protection Agency, energy tax, and welfare.
The National Foreign Trade Council (NFTC) was established on May 28, 1914 to coordinate the foreign trade activities of the United States. The convention appointed thirty-five delegates to serve as charter members of the NFTC, with James A. Farrell (1863-1943), then-President of U.S. Steel, the new organization's first chairman. Records chronicle U.S. corporate policy toward the most pressing issues of foreign trade in the twentieth century.