Motion picture industry -- Accounting;Inventory Control;Buses -- Accounting;Trucks -- Accounting;Automobile industry and trade -- Accounting;Ice industry -- Accounting;Depreciation;Breweries -- Accounting;
Affleck, Thomas, 1812-1868. The Cotton Plantation Record and Account Book
Cotton growing -- Accounting
During the antebellum period of United States history, the southern states generated an unprecedented amount of wealth through a well developed plantation system that produced vast quantities of cotton, sugar, and tobacco. To date, very little has...
Fiscal policy -- United States; United States -- Economic conditions;
Episode 70 of the radio program "Facts Forum" hosted by Dan Smoot. Subject of program:"Is inflation, when planned and regulated by the government, good for our economy?'' Smoot presents the arguments for both the affirmative and the negative.
The aim of the authors of this book has been first to establish the proof that Allowances for Cutting Upper Leather can be reduced almost to an exact science. Second to put before the world so clearly, that any student of ordinary ability, whether...
Interest -- Accounting;Interest -- Germany -- History
Debate still continues in the United States of America over the inclusion of interest as an element of cost. The practice was accepted as early as 1558 in Germany, and has been integrated into accounting theory by Schmalenbach in this century.
Gartin, Carroll; Elections -- Mississippi; Coleman, J. P. (James Plemon), 1914-1991; White, Hugh L. (Hugh Lawson), 1881-1965; Mississippi -- Politics and government; Barnett, Ross R. (Ross Robert), 1898-1987;
Two Carroll Gartin for Governor of Mississippi campaign commercials. The first disavows the claims of opposing candidate Ross Barnett that the election of Carroll Gartin would result in a political dictatorship of the state. The second commercial...