Confederate States of America. Army. Mississippi Infantry Regiment, 11th. Company A
Letter from Richard C. Bridges to his sister M. describing his participation in the capture of Suffolk, VA; mentions his affliction with the mumps; asks for drawers and pants, as well as thinner shirts for summer.
Motion picture industry -- Accounting;Inventory Control;Buses -- Accounting;Trucks -- Accounting;Automobile industry and trade -- Accounting;Ice industry -- Accounting;Depreciation;Breweries -- Accounting;
This Statement is a codification of and supersedes Statements on Auditing Procedure Nos. 33 through 54 previously issued by the Committee on Auditing Procedure. It incorporates all of the substantive matters covered in those Statements. At the time...
Auditing -- Standards -- United States;Stocks -- United States -- Accounting;Securities -- United States -- Accounting
The services of independent certified public accountants include examination of financial statements and schedules contained in registration statements filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the SEC) under the Securities Act of 1933...
Accounting -- Societies, etc.;Learned institutions and societies -- Australia;International Accountants Corporation and Bookkeepers Institute of Australasia;International Institute of Accountants
In 1928, the beginnings were laid for the International Accountants Corporation and Bookkeepers Institute of Australasia. This was followed in a few years by the International Institute of Accountants. This was an ambitious move to internationalize...
Accounting -- Study and teaching;Account books -- History
This early address by Sprague, who is acknowledged as a telling influence among pre-classical American accounting practitioners and thinkers, previews the insight and sophistication which is set forth in his famous Philosophy of Accounts.