The archives of A.G. Becker are replete with "documents" -- all forms of information on paper dating from the earliest to the last days of the firm.
All together, these documents form a long stream of information about the historical development of the firm. There are far too many to post them all.
Most such documents can best be understood within the context of what was taking place in the firm at a certain time. Thus, the best way to review the most important documents in the Becker archives is to read the Chronicle, and when a document is referred to (by a brown link), click on it and take a few moments to read the document -- and get a first hand sense of history! They are all quite interesting.
For the surfer, below are all the documents that are referred to in the Chronicle.
DI#1105 AGB Finl Statement 12-31-1897
DI#1109 Intermed Credit Banks brochure
DI#1110 Extracts of letters to A.G.Becker
DI#1111 AGB Hist Financial Data
DI#1112 1968 FES Early Brochure
DI#1113 1966 Finance Subsidiary
DI#1114 1969 THE DISCRETIONARY ACCOUNT
DI#1115 1972 Investment Dealer Services
DI#1116 1972 Private Placement Services
DI#1129 AGB Office entrance 1928
DI#1130 Corporate Objectives 1-3 1967
DI#1131 Corporate Objectives 4-6 1967
DI#1137 Federal Intermediate Credit Banks Pamphlet
DI#1138 Exchange Funds Pamphlet
DI#1139 A Report to Our Clients and Friends 1967
DI#1149 Tribune Artcile re AG Becker Downfall 1984 (1)