Originally published in this format and including this Foreword in 1992, this volume contains Accountics: The Office Magazine from April 1987 to March 1898. Accountics contains technical papers reflecting issues of the times, photo portraits and biographical sketches of leaders, rosters of organizations, news items, announcements, correspondence and professional advertisements.
Volume I: 1. April 1897. 2. May 1897. 3. June 1897. 4. July 1897. 5. August 1897. 6. September 1897. Volume II: 1. October 1897. 2. November 1897. 3. December 1897. 4. January 1898. 5. February 1898. 6. March 1898.
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