Coal trade -- England -- Accounting;Coal trade -- Canada -- Accounting;General Mining Association
The archives of the General Mining Association (GMA), a London-based enterprise with substantial holdings in the Nova Scotian coal-mining industry during the 19th century, are investigated in this paper. The historical record was examined with...
Coal trade -- England -- Accounting;Cost accounting;Tanfield Moor Colliery
This paper examines the roles of accounting and costing in the management of coal mining during the Industrial Revolution in Britain, and considers the impact of the agent's reputation in the development and use of these systems.
House of Brown;Brown Brothers and Company;Banks and Banking -- Accounting
This article focuses on the contents of two nineteenth-century letters which discuss the allocation of income among the partners of a leading Anglo-American merchant banking firm, the House of Brown. The writers debate alternative methods of...
Alan Lomax:"Gospel song, then announcements by young woman, full credits, very unappealing." Editor note: Woman gives credits in the middle of song - announces musicians' names, some of which are indecipherable, including her own. -- Tape box