Thomas J. Watson, Jr., (Brown University, class of 1937) was the President and C.E.O. of International Business Machines (1952-1971). After his retirement from I.B.M., Watson began a career in government service, serving as chairman of the General Advisor Committee on Arms Control and Disarmament and as Ambassador to the Soviet Union (1978-1981). Watson's papers document the period of his ambassadorship to the Soviet Union and his subsequent work in foreign policy matters from 1981 to his death in 1993.
6.5 linear feet (6 records center boxes and 1 oversize box)
Papers of three 20th century New England sisters, Elizabeth Goddard, Genevieve Cass and Norma Geraldine Weeks, the only children of William B. and Mabel Cass Weeks. The collection includes legal documents, baby books, travelogues, diaries, photographs, newspaper clippings, letters and published books.