The impact of World War II on cost accountancy in the U.S. may be viewed as a double-edged sword. Its most positive effect was engendering greater cost awareness, particularly among companies that served as military contractors and, thus, had to...
Troop movements; Confederate States of America. Army -- Leaves and furloughs; Soldiers -- Wounds and injuries; Confederate States of America. Army -- Social conditions; Confederate States of America. Army -- Recruiting and enlistment;
Albert Henry discussing the high rate of injury and death, the difficulties of being on the front and his fear of Isaac joining the war; says that there is "no honor attached to them that die in the army they are forgotten forever among those that...
Songs--United States--20th Century; Popular Music--United States
Cover: drawing of a saddened African American male sitting on the steps to a locked house, while an African American female peers out from behind the curtains; photo inset of two Caucasian males in blackface, listed as ""Ward and Wade""
Songs--United States--19th Century; Popular Music--United States
Cover: photo of Miss Alice Atherton, a Caucasian singer in front of a wall separating her from an African American vocal quartet; ""Musical Supplement of the New York Journal and Advertiser. July 10, 1898"" description reads ""a coon song""