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This list of references includes, as well as published material, a number of unpublished documents from the following sources:
Black papers (Fischer Black papers, MC505, Institute Archives and Special Collections, MIT Libraries, Cambridge, MA)
Chicago Mercantile Exchange archive
Fouse papers (private papers of William L. Fouse, Chairman Emeritus, Mellon Capital Management)
Samuelson papers (private papers of Paul A. Samuelson, MIT)
Treynor papers (private papers of Jack Treynor, Treynor Capital Management, Inc.)
Items from the Black papers are located by box number and file name. Material from the other sources was provided by Katie Dishman, archivist of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, and by the individuals concerned.
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