Accounting -- History -- Bibliography;Business records -- Conservation and restoration
Several years ago, the Academy's Archives Committee compiled the following list of business archives which seem to have potential for accounting history research. Since this list has not been made generally available, it is being printed here for...
This paper describes the evolution of The Academy of Accounting Historians from 1989 through 1998. It is a continuation of a history of the first 15 years of The Academy that appeared in the December 1989 issue of this journal by the same authors.
Cost accounting -- History;Renold Chains Limited;Church, A. Hamilton (Alexander Hamilton), 1866-1936;Robotics
Knowledge of accounting history can be a great aid in solving accounting problems of today and tomorrow. One example of this is the use of a cost diagram of Church and Renold and the writings of Church to solve the problem of accounting for robots.
Eatmon was better known as "Cadillac Baby; he owned the Cadillac Baby Club at 48th and Dearborn in Chicago, a record shop, and Bea and Baby Records; see, Robert Pruter, Chicago Soul (Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1991), 158.