|Annual Report to Shareholders,
Micr KF1449 .Z9 D58
Annual Reports of Latin America's Central Banks
Bank Letters, Bulletins, & Reviews
Micr Z7164 .F5 I5
Company Reports Online
from the University of Pennsylvania
Includes digitized reports
from 1834 to 1968
|Corporate & Industry
Research Reports (CIRR)
Micr HG 4001 C53
Lehman Brothers Collection
from the Harvard Business Library
Digitized deal books and other items,
covering 1925 to 1986
SEC File: Corporate Annual Reports
and U.S. Securities & Exchange
Micr HG4028 .B2 S42
In addition to the collections listed above, Strozier also has a few reports in paper from individual companies. To browse what is available, search our catalog using "Corporation Reports" or "Financial Statements" as a Subject Heading, and limiting the format to "Serial," like this:
FSU has many city newspapers in microfilm collections. Please consult the catalog to check for a specific city or use the below databases and libguides as starting points:
Guide to SEC Filings
Webpage from Thomson Research which describes what information is included with each SEC Filing.
Historical EDGAR Search (1994-present)
Use this database from the SEC to find EDGAR documents from the last two decades.
This database can be used to quickly locate basic facts about companies, including names of executives and primary competitors.
Library of Congress Business Reference Services
This guide links to online depositories of business information and provides search tips for conducting company research.
With online versions of Moody's Manuals going back more than 100 years, this database provides a wealth of corporate financial information.
The web search company has partnered with the U.S. Patent and Tradmark Office to offer full text access in a searchable platform to over 7 million patents.
Latin American Business History
From Harvard University, this online resource collects documents and interviews to show the influence of globalization in Central and South America.
Use the links below to browse digital collections of images to get a better sense of how advertising and products have evolved over the last centuries.
Product Catalogs in the New York Public Library's Digital Gallery