AOM Historical Archives
The Academy of Management (AOM) maintains archives of its important historical documents at Cornell University. Under the direction of Richard Strassberg, the AOM’s archives are professionally maintained as a part of the Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives at the Martin P. Catherwood Library at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. The Kheel Center is one of the most highly respected labor archives of its type in North America. Its documents, artifacts, and photographs are an invaluable source of materials for the study of labor relations and workplace history.
The archives contain back issues of AOM’s journals since inception and an array of documents relating to AOM’s history including such things as its original Constitution, historical newsletters and minutes, to name just a few of the holdings.
Contact the Archives
Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives
School of Industrial and Labor Relations
227 Ives Hall
Ithaca, New York 14853-3901
For questions about manuscript and archival holdings contact Patrizia Sione, Reference Archivist.
For access to the photography and media collections, please contact Barbara Morley, Digital Archivist.
Both can be reached by phone at: +1-607-255-3183 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributing to the Archives
Members who have AOM-related material of archival value may contact AOM’s historian, Regina Greenwood, to discuss making a contribution.
Non-AOM material of historical management significance can be donated to the Kheel Center. Richard Strassberg, the Kheel Center's Director, should first be consulted directly if members have documents in their personal collection worthy of preservation or are aware of important historical material destined for destruction by companies or individuals.
Founded in 1949 as the Labor-Management Documentation Center, The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation & Archives is one of the most highly respected labor archives of its type in North America. Its documents, artifacts, and photographs are an invaluable source of materials for the study of labor relations and workplace history. Included are records pertaining to management theory, arbitration and mediation, and labor unions, among which the needle trades, railroads, and teachers unions are prominent.
To donate materials of historical management significance contact Richard Strassberg by email: email@example.com
For more on the Kheel Center, visit: www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel