National Association of Manufacturers

About this collection

Organized in Ohio in 1895 with the goal to protect American goods from foreign competition and to promote trade expansion, the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) continues today as the largest manufacturing association in the United States. This digital collection contains a selection of items primarily dating to the 1960s and 1970s.

    The collection has not been digitized in its entirety. For a detailed description of the entire audiovisual collection, click here to view the finding aid. For a detailed description of the entire manuscript collection, click here to view the finding aid.
    Read more about the collection on the NAM Project News site.

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Ted Kennedy presenting Raytheon Company with Award (December 1964)
Ted Kennedy presenting Raytheon Company with award for distinguished service in encouraging and promoting the employment of the handicapped
Foreign visits to industrial associations - ECC countries (after 1966)
From \"foreign visits to industrial associations - ECC countries - Gullander/Davis\" folder
Foreign visits to industrial associations - ECC countries (after 1966)
From \"foreign visits to industrial associations - ECC countries - Gullander/Davis\" folder
Norwegian business delegation luncheon (April 1968)
Left to right: Ambassador George C. McGhee, Ambassador-at-large U.S. Dept. of State; Thomas T. Arden, president, Robert Shaw Controls Company, Richmond, Virginia; Russell H. Davis Jr., vice president, international affairs, NAM.

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