52 HASKINS & SELLS April
We have pleasure in announcing the acquisition,
as of A p r i l 1, 1920, of the professional
accounting practice of M r .
George R. Lamb, with offices in the
First National Bank Building, Cincinnati,
For the past seven years M r . Lamb has
been engaged in professional accounting
in Cincinnati. He is a Certified Public Accountant
of Ohio, a member of the Ohio
Society of Certified Public Accountants
and of the American Institute of Accountants.
Mr. Lamb will remain in Cincinnati as
Manager. Mr. Charles R. Bowen, for
many years connected with the New York
office, has been appointed Associate Manager.
Our office at Shanghai was formally
opened on A p r i l 1, 1920, at 131 Szechuen
Effective May 1, 1920, we will
open an office in Dallas, Texas, with M r .
Grover C. Bland as Manager. Mr. Harry
A. Hall, now of the New York office, will
be transferred to Dallas as Assistant Manager.
We have also in contemplation for the
near future the opening of an office in
Paris, France, and the appointment of M r .
H . P. Garner as Manager.
Mr. Garner was formerly a member of
our New York staff, withdrawing in May,
1917, to enlist in the Depot Quartermaster's
Department. He served in France
with the American Expeditionary Forces,
and was subsequently appointed to the
United States Liquidation Commission.
He re-entered our organization in March,
Plans for the opening of an office in
Havana, Cuba, are also nearing completion.
Effective April 1, 1920, Messrs. L . E.
Palmer and A . B. Foye have been appointed
Assistant Managers of the New York
office. The former will be in charge of
reports; the latter in charge of tax accounting.