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Recollections of the early days of American accountancy 1883-1893.

James T. Anyon

Recollections of the early days of American accountancy 1883-1893.

by James T. Anyon

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Published by Nihon Shoseki in Osaka .
Written in English


Edition Notes

First published privately in 1925.

SeriesSelectedClassics in the history of bookkeeping, Series 1 -- no 1
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13674048M

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