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Nakanishi, A. 1979. On the life of Luca Pacioli. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(2): 53-59. (JSTOR link).

Napier, C. J. 2002. The historian as auditor: Facts, judgments and evidence. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(2): 131-155. (JSTOR link).

Newlove, G. H. 1975. In all my years: Economic and legal causes of changes in accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 40-44. (JSTOR link).

Nielsen, O. 1975. In all my years. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 51-54. (JSTOR link).

Nikitin, M. 1990. Setting up an industrial accounting system at Saint-Gobain (1820-1880). The Accounting Historians Journal 17(2): 73-93. (JSTOR link).

Nishikawa, K. 1975. Historical studies in recent years in Japan. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 31-34. (JSTOR link).

Nishikawa, K. 1977. The introduction of western bookkeeping into Japan. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 25-36. (JSTOR link).

Nix, P. E. and D. E. Nix. 1992. A historical review of the accounting treatment of research and development costs. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 51-78. (JSTOR link).

Neu, D. 1999. "Discovering" indigenous peoples: Accounting and the machinery of empire. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(1): 53-82. (JSTOR link).

Neu, D. and L. Saleem. 1996. The Institute of Charted Accountants of Ontario (ICAO) and the emergence of ethical codes. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(2): 35-68. (JSTOR link).

Nobes, C. W. and O. A. Zaid. 2001. Were Islamic records precursors to accounting books based on the Italian method: A comment [with response]. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 207-218. (JSTOR link).

Noguchi, M. and J. R. Edwards. 2004. Corporatism and unavoidable imperatives: Recommendations on accounting principles and the ICAEW Memorandum to the Cohen Committee. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(2): 53-95. (JSTOR link).

Noguchi, M. and J. R. Edwards. 2008. Professional leadership and oligarchy: the case of the ICAEW. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(2): 1-42. (JSTOR link).

Nomand, C. and C. W. Wootton. 2001. The recognition and valuation of current assets on the balance sheet in the United States, 1865-1940. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 63-108. (JSTOR link).

Nurnberg, H. 2000. Biblical basis of forty-year goodwill amortization. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 165-175. (JSTOR link).

Ó hÓgartaigh, C., M. Ó hÓgartaigh and I. Jeacle. 2002. "How it essentially was": Truth claims in history and accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(1): 37-58. (JSTOR link).

Oakes, L. S., M. A. Covaleski and M. W. Dirsmith. 1999. Labor's changing responses to management rhetorics: A study of accounting-based incentive plans during the first half of the 20th century. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(2): 133-162. (JSTOR link).

Oats, L. and P. Sadler. 2004. Political suppression or revenue raising? Taxing newspapers during the French revolutionary war. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(1): 93-128. (JSTOR link).

Oats, L. and P. Sadler. 2008. Accounting for the Stamp Act crisis. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(2): 101-143. (JSTOR link).

Oguri, T. 1990. The Historical Development of Management Accounting by Atsuo Tsuju. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(1): 113-114. (JSTOR link).

Oldroyd, D. 1995. The role of accounting in public expenditure and monetary policy in the first century AD Roman Empire. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(2): 117-129. (JSTOR link).

Oldroyd, D. 1998. John Johnson's letters: The accounting role of Tudor merchants' correspondence. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 57-72. (JSTOR link).

Oldroyd, D. 1999. Historiography, causality, and positioning: An unsystematic view of accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(1): 83-102. (JSTOR link).

Olson, S. K. and C. W. Wootton. 1991. Substance and semantics in the auditor's standard report. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 85-111. (JSTOR link).

O'Regan, P. 2003. Accountability and financial control as 'patriotic' strategies: Accomptants and the public accounts committee in late 17th and early 18th - century Ireland. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(2): 105-131. (JSTOR link).

Parker, L. D. 1984. The behavioral impact of budgets: Early accounting contributions. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 119-123. (JSTOR link).

Parker, L. D. 1986. The classical model of control in the accounting literature. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(1): 71-92. (JSTOR link). (The purpose of this paper is to outline the classical management control model described by Frederick Taylor and Henry Foyol).

Parker, L. D. 1994. Impressions of a scholarly gentlemen: Professor Louis Goldberg. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 1-40. (JSTOR link).

Parker, L. D. 1997. Informing historical research in accounting and management: Traditions, philosophies, and opportunities. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 111-149. (JSTOR link).

Parker, L. D. 1998. In Memorium: Professor Louis Goldberg. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 28. (JSTOR link).

Parker, L. M. 1989. Medieval traders as international change agents: A comparison with twentieth century international accounting firms. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 107-118. (JSTOR link).

Parker, R. H. 1977. Research needs in accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(2): 1-28. (JSTOR link).

Parker, R. H. 1988. Select bibliography of works on the history of accounting 1981-1987. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 1-75. (JSTOR link).

Paton, W. A. 1976. In all my years - Notes on handicapping. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 29-31. (JSTOR link).

Paton, W. A. 1978. Wandering into accounting - Notes on writing career. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 1-10. (JSTOR link).

Paton, W. A. 1981. Recalling George Oliver May and me. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 91-95. (JSTOR link).

Patterson, J. L. 1983. The development of the concept of corporation from earliest Roman times to A.D. 476. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(1): 87-98. (JSTOR link).

Peragallo, E. 1974. Challenges facing teachers of accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 5-6. (JSTOR link).

Perkins, E. J. and S. Levinson. 1980. Partnership accounting in a nineteenth century merchant banking house. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 59-68. (JSTOR link).

Pincus, M. 1989. Legislative history of the allowance of LIFO for tax purposes. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 23-55. (JSTOR link).

Pong, C. and F. Mitchell. 2005. Accounting for a disappearance: A contribution to the history of the value added statement in the UK. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 173-199. (JSTOR link).

Porter, D. M. 1980. The Waltham system and early American textile cost accounting 1813-1848. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 1-15. (JSTOR link).

Potts, J. H. 1977. The evolution of budgetary accounting theory and practice in municipal accounting from 1870. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1):. 89-100 (JSTOR link).

Potts, J. H. 1982. A brief history of property and depreciation accounting in municipal accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(1): 25-37. (JSTOR link).

Poullaos, C. 1989. Review: Chambers on Accounting: Mots against the current: Chambers on Accounting , Accounting Thought and Practice Through the Years series Volume I: Accounting Management and Finance, Volume II: Accounting Practice and Education, Volume III: Accounting Theory and Research, Volume IV: Price Variation Accounting, Volume V: Continuously Contemporary Accounting by R. J. Chambers; G. W. Dean. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 246-252. (JSTOR link).

Poullaos, C. 1992. Review: Accounting Methodology and the Work of R. J. Chambers by M. J. R. Gaffikin. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 182-185. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1974. Hazy history: Fact and folklore in accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 7-9. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1974. Now and then: Your role in the academy. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 2. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1974. Old wine and . . . The new Harvard bottle. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 19-20. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1975. For example...the value of pretending. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 25-26. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1975. It's about time... Pathways to a new vista of accountancy's past. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 3-5. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1984. Frameworks of American financial accounting thought: An historical perspective to 1973. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 1-17. (JSTOR link).

Previts, J. P. 1974. “FASBing”: Abracadabra again? The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 23-24. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1987. Editorial. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 135. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1988. Editorial: Sydney and beyond. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 213-214. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1988. Editor's correction to volume 15, No 1, Spring, 1988. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 215-218. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. 1996. Review: An Accounting Thesaurus: 500 Years of Accounting by R. J. Chambers. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(2): 114-116. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. and D. L. Flesher. 1996. Retrospective: Andrew Barr: Longest serving SEC Chief Accountant. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 117-125. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. and R. E. Brown. 1993. The development of government accounting: A content analysis of the Journal of Accountancy, 1905 to 1989. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(2): 119-138. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. and T. R. Robinson. 1996. Samuel J. Broad's contribution to the accounting profession. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(2): 69-85. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. and W. D. Samson. 1997. S. Paul Garner: Accountancy's ambassador to the world. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 153-169. (JSTOR link).

Previts, G. J. and W. D. Samson. 2000. Exploring the contents of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad annual reports: 1827-1856. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 1-42. (JSTOR link).

Quattrone, P. 2005. Is time spent, passed or counted? The missing link between time and accounting history. The Accounting Historians Journal 32(1): 185-208. (JSTOR link).

Radcliffe, V. S. 2006. "It's oysters, Dear!" Professor Carnegies prescription and the seeming fate of accounting history in the United States. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 211-214. (JSTOR link).

Rankin, L. J. 1984. The development of compilations and reviews. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 63-82. (JSTOR link).

Ratcliffe, T. A. and P. Munter. 1980. Asset valuation: An historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(1): 73-78. (JSTOR link).

Rayburn, F. R. 1986. A chronological review of the authoritative literature on interperiod tax allocation: 1940-1985. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 89-108. (JSTOR link).

Rayburn, F. R. and O. S. Powers. 1991. A history of pooling of interests accounting for business combinations in the United States. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(2): 155-192. (JSTOR link).

Razek, J. R. 1985. Accounting on the old plantation: A study of the financial records of an ante-bellum Louisiana sugar planter. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 17-36. (JSTOR link).

Razek, J. R. 1987. Ante-bellum bank accounting - A case study: The New Orleans Savings Bank in the 1930s. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 19-39. (JSTOR link).

Read, J. M. 1988. Legal acceptance of accounting principles in Great Britain and the United States: Some lessons from history. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(1): 1-27. (JSTOR link).

Reed, S. A. 1989. 1989 manuscript award: A historical analysis of depreciation accounting: The United States Steel experience. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 119-153. (JSTOR link).

Richardson, A. J. 1989. Canada's accounting elite: 1880-1930. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 1-21. (JSTOR link).

Richardson, A. J. 2000. Building the Canadian chartered accountancy profession: A biography of George Edwards, FCA, CGE, LLD, 1861-1947. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 87-116. (JSTOR link).

Richardson, A. J. 2001. The Canadian audit market in the first half of the twentieth century. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 109-139. (JSTOR link).

Richardson, A. J. 2002. Professional dominance: The relationship between financial accounting and managerial accounting, 1926-1986. The Accounting Historians Journal 29(2): 91-121. (JSTOR link).

Richardson, A. J. 2006. Auditor switching and the great depression. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(2): 39-62. (JSTOR link).

Roberts, A. R. 1974. Electronic methodology: Accounting oral and visual history. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 10-12. (JSTOR link).

Roberts, A. R. 1974. International accounting history symposium. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 4. (JSTOR link).

Roberts, T. C. and J. G. Cannon 1987. The American Association of Public Accountants (1908). The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 99-108. (JSTOR link).

Rodgers, J. L. and P. F. Williams. 1996. Patterns of research productivity and knowledge creation at The Accounting Review: 1967-1993. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 51-88. (JSTOR link).

Rodrigues, L. L., D. Gomes and R. Craig. 2003. Corporatism, liberalism and the accounting profession in Portugal since 1755. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(1): 95-128. (JSTOR link).

Romeo, G. C. and J. J. McKinney. 2008. Contributions of Joseph Hardcastle to accounting theory. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(2): 145-179. (JSTOR link).

Romeo, G. C. and L. S. Kyj. 1998. The forgotten accounting association: The Institute of Accounts. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 29-55. (JSTOR link).

Romeo, G. C. and L. S. Kyj. 2000. Anson O. Kittredge: Early accounting pioneer. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(2): 117-144. (JSTOR link).

Rueschhoff, N. G. 1978. The evolution of accounting for corporate treasury stock in the United States. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 1-7. (JSTOR link).

Ruhl, J. 1992. Review: The Costing Heritage: Studies in Honor of S. Paul Garner by O. Finley Graves. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 91-93. (JSTOR link).

Russ, R. W., G. J. Previts and E. N. Coffman. 2006. The stockholder review committee of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company, 1828-1857: Evidence of changes in financial reporting and corporate governance. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 125-143. (JSTOR link).

Rutherford, R. T., D. L. Jensen and R. M. Skinner. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Ross M. Skinner. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 146-156. (JSTOR link).

Rutterford, J. and J. Maltby. 2006. Frank must marry money: Men, women, and property in Trollope's novels. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(2): 169-199. (JSTOR link).

Ryerson, F. E. III. 1992. Review: The Institute of Internal Auditors: 50 Years of Progress Through Sharing by Dale L. Flesher. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 89-91. (JSTOR link).

Saito, S. 1983. Asset revaluation and cost basis: Capital revaluation in corporate financial reports. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(1): 1-23. (JSTOR link).

Samson, W. D. 1985. The nineteenth century income tax in the south. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 37-52. (JSTOR link).

Samson, W. D., C. L. Allen, R. K. Fleischman and I. B. Robinson-Backmon. 2006. Using a white-collar profession in accounting courses: Approaches to addressing diversity. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 25-52. (JSTOR link).

Samuels, J. M. 1985. The 1904 Congress of Accountants: National or international. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 99-105. (JSTOR link).

Sangster, A. 2007. The printing of Pacioli's Summa in 1494: How many copies were printed? The Accounting Historians Journal 34(1): 125-145. (JSTOR link).

Sangster, A., G. N. Stoner and P. McCarthy. 2008. The market for Luca Pacioli's Summa Arithmetica. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(1): 111-134. (JSTOR link).

Schaefer, J. 1991. A review essay: The savings and loan crisis. Thrifts Under Siege by R. Dan Brumbaugh,; Other Peoples Money by Paul Zane Pilzer; Inside Job: The Looting of Americas Savings and Loans by Stephen Pizzo; Mary Fricker; Paul Muolo. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(1): 75-79. (JSTOR link).

Schaefer, J. 1992. Continuing research on the savings and loan crisis: A review essay. The S & L Insurance Mess: How Did It Happen? by Edward J. Kane; The S & L Debacle. Public Policy Lessons for Bank and Thrift Regulation by Lawrence J. White; The Greatest-Ever Bank Robbery. The Collapse of the Savings and Loan Industry by Martin Mayer. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 175-180. (JSTOR link).

Schoderbek, M. P. 1994. The development of accounting and internal control for the national land system of the USA. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 189-213. (JSTOR link).

Schoderbek, M. P. 1999. Robert Morris and reporting for the Treasury under the U.S. Continental Congress. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(2): 1-34. (JSTOR link).

Schultz, S. M. and J. Hollister. 2004. Single-entry accounting in early America: The accounts of the Hasbrouck family. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(1): 141-174. (JSTOR link).

Schultz, S. M. and J. Hollister. 2008. The ledger of Ann DeWitt Bevier (1762-1834), early American estate manager and mother. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(1): 135-166. (JSTOR link).

Schultz, S. M. and R. T. Johnson. 1998. Income tax allocation: The continuing controversy in historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 81-111. (JSTOR link).

Scorgie, M. 1994. Medieval traders as international change agents: A comment. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 137-143. (JSTOR link).

Scott, R. A. and E. G. Ward. 1982. Carman G. Blough: His personality and formative years. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(2): 53-60. (JSTOR link).

Seay, R. A. and R. C. Schoenfeldt. 1989. H. K. Hathaway on product costing: Relevant issues of contemporary concern. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 111-124. (JSTOR link).

Seville, M. A. 1987. The evolution of voluntary health and welfare organization accounting: 1910-1985. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 57-82. (JSTOR link).

Sheldahl, T. K. 1982. Reporting treasury stock as an asset: Law, logic, and economic substance. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(2): 1-23. (JSTOR link).

Sheldahl, T. K. 1985. America's earliest recorded text in accounting: Sargeant's 1789 book. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(2): 1-42. (JSTOR link).

Sheldahl, T. K. 1988. Forword to C. C. Marsh's 1835. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 177-181. (JSTOR link).

Shenkir, W. G. 1975. Accounting history, the accounting historian, and the FASB. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 22-24. (JSTOR link).

Shenkir, W. G. 1976. A perspective on the measurement of earnings and FASB policymaking. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 40-42. (JSTOR link).

Sherman, W. R. 1986. Where's the "R" in debit? The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 137-143. (JSTOR link).

Sian, S. 2007. 2006 Vangermeersch award winner: Patterns of prejudice: Social exclusion and racial demarcation in professional accountancy in Kenya. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(2): 1-42. (JSTOR link).

Sihag, B. S. 2004. Kautilya on the scope and methodology of accounting, organizational design and the role of ethics in ancient India. The Accounting Historians Journal 31(2): 125-148. (JSTOR link).

Slater, G. 1989. The Essential Alfred Chandler: Essays Toward a Historical Theory of Big Business by Thomas K. McGraw. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 136-138. (JSTOR link).

Slocum, E. L. and A. R. Roberts. 1980. The New York School of Accounts - A beginning. The Accounting Historians Journal 7(2): 63-70. (JSTOR link).

Slocum, E. L. and A. R. Roberts. 1983. The Bureau for placements. The Accounting Historians Journal 10(2): 117-127. (JSTOR link).

Slocum, E. L. and A. R. Roberts. 1996. Warren W. Nissley: A crusader for collegiate education. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 89-116. (JSTOR link).

Slocum, E. L. and R. S. Sriram. 2001. Accounting history: A survey of academic interest in the U.S. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 111-130. (JSTOR link).

Smith, G. S. 2007. Maurice Stans' view of social responsibility in the accounting profession. The Accounting Historians Journal 34(1): 147-172. (JSTOR link).

Smith, W. R. 1974. John Bennett Canning. The Accounting Historians Journal 1(1-4): 29-31. (JSTOR link).

Solas, C. 1994. The accounting system practiced in the near east during the period 1220-1350 based on the book Risale-I felekiyye. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 117-135. (JSTOR link).

Solomons, D. 1987. The twilight of income measurement: Twenty-five years on. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 1-6. (JSTOR link).

Solomons, D. 1994. Retrospective: Costing pioneers: Some links with the past. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 135-149. (JSTOR link).

Someya, K. 1989. Accounting "revolutions" in Japan. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(1): 75-86. (JSTOR link).

Spacek, L. 1975. History and human nature. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 35-36. (JSTOR link).

Spiceland J. D. and H. C. Zaunbrecher. 1976. Human resource accounting: An historical perspective. The Accounting Historians Journal 3(1-4): 43-49. (JSTOR link).

Spraakman, G. P. 1999. Management accounting at the historical Hudson's Bay Company: A comparison to 20th century practices. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(2): 35-64. (JSTOR link).

Spraakman, G. 2001. Internal audit at the historical Hudson's Bay company: A challenge to accepted history. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 19-41. (JSTOR link).

Sprague, C. E. 1978. Outlay and income. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 79-84. (JSTOR link).

Sriram, R. S. and G. Vollmers. 1997. A reexamination of the development of the accounting profession - Critical events from 1912-1940. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 65-90. (JSTOR link).

Stabler, H. F. and N. X. Dressel. 1981. May and Paton: Two giants revisited. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 79-90. (JSTOR link).

Staubus, G. J. 1987. The dark ages of cost accounting: The role of miscues in the literature. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 1-18. (JSTOR link).

Staubus, G. J. 2003. An accountant's education. The Accounting Historians Journal 30(1): 155-196. (JSTOR link).

Steedle, L. F. 1991. Review: Relevance Rediscovered (An anthology of 25 significant articles from the NACA Bulletins and Yearbooks 1919-1929) by Richard Vangermeersch. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(1): 98-99. (JSTOR link).

Steedle, L. F. 1992. Review: Relevance Rediscovered, Volume II by Richard Vangermeersch. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 191-192. (JSTOR link).

Steedle, L. F. 1993. Review: Relevance Rediscovered, Volume III by Richard Vangermeersch. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 139-141. (JSTOR link).

Stevelinck, E. 1994. Goodbye to my friend Pacioli. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 1-15. (JSTOR link).

Stevelinck, E. and K. S. Most. 1985. Accounting in ancient times. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(1): 1-16. (JSTOR link).

Stevelinck, E. 1986. The many faces of Luca Pacioli: Iconographic research over thirty years. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 1-18. (JSTOR link).

Stevelinck, M. E. 1977. Special preface. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): v-viii. (JSTOR link).

Stewart, I. C. 1991. The ethics of disclosure in company financial reporting in the United Kingdom 1925-1970. The Accounting Historians Journal 18(1): 35-54. (JSTOR link).

Stiner, F. M. Jr., J. C. Williams and A. Sclawy. 1981. Vanishing accounting journals due to paper deterioration: A laboratory study. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 97-100. (JSTOR link).

Stone, M. S. 1984. The pension accounting myth. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 19-38. (JSTOR link).

Stone, W. E. 1975. Who was who in accounting in 1909. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 6-10. (JSTOR link).

Stone, W. E. 1977. Managerial accounting on the U.S. 1758 frontier. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 107-111. (JSTOR link).

Stone, W. E. 1978. Grammateus reappears in 1911. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(1): 67-68. (JSTOR link).

Stone, W. E. 1979. 1794 Middletown, Delaware - From accounting records. The Accounting Historians Journal 6(1): 39-52. (JSTOR link).

Stone, W. E. 1985. Barter: Development of accounting practice and theory. The Accounting Historians Journal 12(2): 95-108. (JSTOR link).

Sugden, K. F. 1981. A history of the abacus. The Accounting Historians Journal 8(2): 1-22. (JSTOR link).

Swanson, G. A. 1984. The "roots" of accounting. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(2): 111-116. (JSTOR link).

Swanson, G. A. and J. C. Gardner. 1986. The inception and evolution of financial reporting in the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 55-63. (JSTOR link).

Tabb, J. B. and C. S. Frankham. 1986. The Northern Steamship Company: The depreciation problem in the nineteenth century. The Accounting Historians Journal 13(2): 37-53. (JSTOR link).

Taketera, S. and N. Nishikawa. 1984. Genesis of divisional management and accounting systems in the House of Mitsui, 1710-1730. The Accounting Historians Journal 11(1): 141-149. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 1977. In tribute to H. R. Hatfield. The Accounting Historians Journal 4(1): 1. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 1978. On the present and future importance of accounting history. Wichita State University Accounting Research Seminar. The Accounting Historians Journal 5(2): 63-65. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 1997. In Memoriam: Mary Ellen DeCoste. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(2): 151. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 1998. Follow-up to: "Recent insights into Mesopotamian accounting of the 3rd millennium B.C.": Correction to table 1. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(2): 147-149. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 1998. Point / Counterpoint. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 56. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 2005. William D. Samson (1947-2005). The Accounting Historians Journal 32(2): 1. (JSTOR link).

The Accounting Historians Journal. 2006. In Memoriam: Celebrating the life of Bill Samson. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 1-2. (JSTOR link).

Thompson, J. E. 2008. Early books on investing at the dawn of modern business in America. The Accounting Historians Journal 35(1): 83-110. (JSTOR link).

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