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Heckert, J. B. 1950. Accounting Hall of Fame. The Accounting Review (July): 260-261. (JSTOR link).

Burns, T. J. 1975. The Accounting Hall of Fame. The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 37-39. (JSTOR Link).

Burns, T. J. and E. N. Coffman. 1976. The Accounting Hall of Fame: A profile of the members. Journal of Accounting Research (Autumn): 342-347. (JSTOR link).

Burns, T. J. 1982. The Accounting Hall of Fame: Profiles of Forty-One Members. College of Administrative Science, Ohio State University.

Burns, T. J. 1987. The Accounting Hall of Fame. Journal of Accountancy (May): 393-397.

Burns, T. J. 1991. The Accounting Hall of Fame: Profiles of Fifty Members, 3rd edition. College of Business, Ohio State University.

Coffman, E. N. and T. J. Burns. 1976. The Accounting Hall of Fame: Profiles of Thirty-Six Members. College of Administrative Science.

Jensen, D. L. editor. 2002. Challenge and Achievement in Accounting During the Twentieth Century: A Conference Celebrating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Accounting Hall of Fame. Ohio State University.

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Arthur Edward Andersen

George David Anderson

AAA 2018. "George David Anderson (1922-2001) was a founding partner of Anderson & ZurMeuhlen Co. PC of Helena Montana. He served as President of the Montana Society of CPAs, and as Chairman of the Board (1981-82) of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA). He led the AICPA’s special committee on standards of professional conduct responding to developments brought about by high profile bank failures and corporate bankruptcies. This initiative secured changes to the governance and continuing review of CPA qualifications which are recognized as one of the seminal events in the history of the CPA profession."

Thomas Coleman Andrews

Coffman, E. N. and D. L. Jensen. 1996. T. Coleman Andrews Collection of Writings: Thomas J. Burns Series in Accounting History Accounting Hall of Fame. OSU Acctg Hall of Fame.

Robert Newton Anthony

Birnberg, J. G. 2011. Robert N. Anthony: A pioneering thinker in management accounting. Accounting Horizons (September): 593-602.

Trueblood, R. M., T. J. Burns and R. N. Anthony. 1987. 1986 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Robert N. Anthony. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(1): 131-134. (JSTOR link).

Marshall Smith Armstrong

George Davis Bailey

Richard Thomas Baker

Groves, R. J., T. J. Burns and R. T. Baker. 1994. 1993 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Richard T. Baker. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(1): 275-284. (JSTOR link).

Raymond John Ball

Andrew Barr

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).

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Mary Elizabeth Barth

AAA. 2018. "Mary Elizabeth Barth is the Joan E. Horngren Professor of Accounting at Stanford University. Her contributions include serving as a member of the Accounting Standards Executive Committee of the AICPA. She was a member of the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) from its inception in 2001 until 2009. In this role, Barth contributed significantly to the content and processes of financial reporting and standard setting. She also has served as Chair of the External Audit Committee of the International Monetary Fund and as President of the American Accounting Association (2013-14). She is currently the Senior Editor of The Accounting Review, the AAA’s premier journal, which was established in 1926."

William Threipland Baxter

William T. Baxter (1906-2006). 2006. Accounting and Business Research: 135-136. Reprinted in Parker, R. H., S. A. Zeff and M. Anderson. 2012. Major Contributions To The British Accountancy Profession: A biographical sourcebook. The Institute of Charted Accountants of Scotland, p. 18-19. http://icas.org.uk/parker/

William Henry Beaver

Horngren, C. T., D. L. Jensen and W. H. Beaver. 1997. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Citation and response: William Henry Beaver. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 157-164. (JSTOR link).

Norton Moore Bedford

Burns, T. J. and N. M. Bedford. 1988. 1988 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Norton Moore Bedford. The Accounting Historians Journal 15(2): 205-212. (JSTOR link).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 65.

Norton M. Bedford

Philip W. Bell

Peasnell, K. and G. Whittington. 2010. The contribution of Philip W. Bell to accounting thought. Accounting Horizons (September): 509-518.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 335.

Philip W. Bell

Lord Henry Alexander Benson

Jenkins, B. 1995. Lord Benson 1909-1995. The Independent (March 13). Reprinted in Parker, R. H., S. A. Zeff and M. Anderson. 2012. Major Contributions To The British Accountancy Profession: A biographical sourcebook. The Institute of Charted Accountants of Scotland, p. 21. http://icas.org.uk/parker/

Dennis Robert Beresford

AAA note on induction.

2005. Beresford inducted into Accounting Hall of Fame, receives AICPA Gold Medal. An article from: Catalyst. Thomson Gale.

Journal of Accountancy. 2005. Institute honors Beresford. Journal of Accountancy (January):88.

Carman George Blough

Cooper, W. D. 1982. Carman G. Blough's contributions to accounting: An overview. The Accounting Historians Journal 9(2): 61-67. (JSTOR link).

Cooper, W. D. 1982. Carman G. Blough: Selected Contributions in Accounting. Georgia State University.

Moonitz, M. 1982. Memorial: Carman George Blough 1895-1981. The Accounting Review (January): 147-160. (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).

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Charles A. Bowsher

Jensen, D. L., A. R. Wyatt and C. A. Bowscher. 1997. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: citation and response: Charles Arthur Bowshler. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 143-148. (JSTOR link).

Samuel John Broad

Coffman, E. N. and D. L. Jensen. 1993. Samuel J. Broad Collection of Writings: Thomas J. Burns Series in Accounting History Accounting Hall of Fame. OSU Acctg Hall of Fame.

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).

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Percival Flack Brundage

Thomas Junior Burns

Jensen, D. L. 1998. Accounting Hall of Fame 1997 induction: Citation: Thomas Junior Burns. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 159-161. (JSTOR link).

John C. Burton

Kirk, D. J., D. L. Jensen and J. C. Burton. 1998. Accounting Hall of Fame 1997 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: John Campbell Burton. The Accounting Historians Journal 25(1): 149-158. (JSTOR link).

Sack, R. J. 2012. John C. Burton: A grain of sand in the oyster 1932-2010. Accounting Horizons (March): 147-159.

John Lansing Carey

Barfitt, L. A. 2007. The Contributions of John Lansing Carey to the Profession of Accountancy, Volume 10 (Studies in the Development of Accounting Thought). JAI Press.

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Raymond John Chambers

Raymond John Chambers: 1917-1999 website.

Al-Hogail, A. A. and G. J. Previts. 2001. Raymond J. Chambers' contributions to the development of accounting thought. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(2): 1-30. (JSTOR link).

Barton, A. D. 1982. Chambers' contributions to analytical rigour in accounting. Abacus 18(2): 119-128.

Bedford, N. M. 1982. The impact of Chambers on the scope of accounting: An analysis and extension. Abacus 18(2): 112-118.

Brown, R. S. 1982. Raymond John Chambers: A biography. Abacus 18(2): 99-105.

Dean, G. W., P. W. Wolnizer and F. L. Clarke. 2006. The R. J. Chambers collection: An "archivist's" revelations of 20th century accounting thought and practice. The Accounting Historians Journal 33(1): 145-166. (JSTOR link).

Lee, T. A. 1982. Chambers and accounting communication. Abacus 18(2): 152-165.

Mathews, R. 1982. Chambers and the development of accounting theory: A personal reminiscence. Abacus 18(2): 175-178.

Moonitz, M. 1967. Chambers on the price level study. Abacus 3(1): 55-61.

Moonitz, M. 1982. Chambers at the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Abacus 18(2): 106-111.

Paton, W. A. 1982. Foreword. Abacus 18(2): iii-iii. (Comments related to Ray Chambers).

Poullaos, C. 1989. 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).

Stamp, E. 1982. R. J. Chambers: Laudatio viri veritati studentis. Abacus 18(2): 182-184.

Wells, M., D. L. Jensen and R. J. Chambers. 1991. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Raymond J. Chambers. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(1): 79-87. (JSTOR link).

Wells, M. 1992. Founding editor of Abacus honoured. Abacus 28(1): 1.

Wolnizer, P. W. 2000. Raymond John Chambers. Abacus 36(1): 1-3.

Wolnizer, P. W. and G. W. Dean. 2000. Chambers as educator and mentor. Abacus 36(3): 243-254.

Zeff, S. A. 1982. In appreciation of Ray Chambers, an Australian original. Abacus 18(2): 179-181.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 86.

R. J. Chambers

Jay Michael Cook

Gellein, O., D. L. Jensen and J. M. Cook. 2000. Accounting Hall of Fame 1999 induction: Remarks, citation, and responses: J. Michael Cook. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 173-178. (JSTOR link).

William Wager Cooper

Banker, R. D. and R. S. Kaplan. 2014. William W. Cooper: Innovator, fighter, and scholar. Accounting Horizons (March): 193-203.

Burns, T. J. 1996. 1995 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: William W. Cooper. The Accounting Historians Journal 23(1): 127-129. (JSTOR link).

Ijiri, Y. and T. Sueyoshi. 2010. Accounting essays by Professor William W. Cooper: Revisiting in commemoration of his ninety-fifth birthday. Abacus 46(4): 464-505.

Sidney Davidson

Journal of Accounting Research. 2008. In memorium: Sidney Davidson. Journal of Accounting Research (March): iii-iv.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 467.

Sidney Davidson

Philip Leroy Defliese

Burns, T. J., R. M. Trueblood, Y. Ijiri and P. L. Defliese. 1987. 1987 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Philip Leroy Defliese. The Accounting Historians Journal 14(2): 93-97. (JSTOR link).

Coffman, E. N. and D. L. Jensen. 1999. Philip L. Defliese Collection of Writings: Thomas J. Burns Series in Accounting History Accounting Hall of Fame. OSU Acctg Hall of Fame.

Joel Stanley Demski

Horngren, C. T., D. L. Jensen and J. S. Demski. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Joel S. Demski. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 131-136. (JSTOR link).

Sir Arthur Lowes Dickinson

Nicholas Dopuch

AAA note on induction. Kinney, W. and R. Libby. 1999. Research on credible financial reporting 1961-99: The contributions of Professor Nicholas Dopuch. Journal of Accounting Research (Studies on Credible Financial Reporting): 1-15. (JSTOR link).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 65.

NicholasDopuch

Thomas Dyckman

Marquis George Eaton

Coffman, E. N. and D. L. Jensen. 2000. Marquis G. Eaton Collection of Writings: Thomas J. Burns Series in Accounting History (Accounting Hall of Fame). Ohio State University.

Edgar O. Edwards

Zeff, S. A. 2012. Edgar Owen Edwards 1919-2010. Accounting Education News (Summer): 13.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 319.

Edgar O. Edwards

James Don Edwards

AAA note on induction.

Gerald Albert Feltham

AAA note on induction.

Shields, M. D. 2005. Introductory note: Jerry Feltham: Management accounting revolutionary. Journal of Management Accounting Research (16): 143.

Harry Anson Finney

Arthur Bevins Foye

Oscar Strand Gellein

Paul Franklin Grady

Andrews, W. T. Jr. 1995. Retrospective: Paul Franklin Grady. The Accounting Historians Journal 22(1): 149-158. (JSTOR link).

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Ray John Groves

Beresford, D. R., D. L. Jensen and Ray J. Groves. 2000. Accounting Hall of Fame 1999 induction: Remarks, citation, and responses: Ray J. Groves. The Accounting Historians Journal 27(1): 179-185. (JSTOR link).

Charles Waldo Haskins

Sterrett, J. E. 1923. Charles Waldo Haskins, A Biography. Journal of Accountancy (May): 394.

Cook, J. M. and D. L. Jensen. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Charles W. Haskins. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 137-139. (JSTOR link).

Henry Rand Hatfield

Mumford, M. J. 1980. An historical defence of Henry Rand Hatfield. Abacus 16(2): 151-157.

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

Edwards, J. R., editor. 1994. Twentieth-Century Accounting Thinkers. Cengage Learning EMEA.

Zeff, S. A. 2000. Henry Rand Hatfield: Humanist, Scholar and Accounting Educator. JAI Press. Review by R. P. Brief. The Accounting Review (July): 461-462. (JSTOR link).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 502.

Henry Rand Hatfield

Robert H. Herz

Accounting Hall of Fame: Robert Herz inducted. 2013. Accounting Education News (Winter): 14. Herz served two terms as Chair of the FASB from 2002-2010, was a senior partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, served as a part-time member of the International Accounting Standards Board, and authored numerous publications. He was also a coauthor of the following book. Eccles, R. G., R. H. Herz, E. M. Keegan and D. M. H. Phillips. 2001. The Value Reporting Revolution: Moving Beyond the Earnings Game. Wiley.

Anthony G. Hopwood

Accounting, Organizations and Society. 2010. Anthony G. Hopwood, 1944-2010. Accounting, Organizations and Society 35(4): 496-497.

Birnberg, J. G., M. Bromwich and J. Roberts. 2013. Anthony G. Hopwood: Academic iconoclast and entrepreneur 1944-2010. Accounting Horizons (December): 895-907.

Miller, P. 2011. Anthony G. Hopwood (1944-2010). British Accounting Review 42(4): 225-226. Reprinted in Parker, R. H., S. A. Zeff and M. Anderson. 2012. Major Contributions To The British Accountancy Profession: A biographical sourcebook. The Institute of Charted Accountants of Scotland, 68-69. http://icas.org.uk/parker/

Charles Thomas Horngren

Beaver, W. H. and M. A. Wolfson. 2013. Charles T. Horngren: Mentor, role model, colleague, and friend. Accounting Horizons (June): 433-442. (Link).

Davidson, S., T. J. Burns and C. T. Horngren. 1990. 1990: Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Charles Thomas Horngren. The Accounting Historians Journal 17(2): 125-134. (JSTOR link).

Williams, K. 1986. Charles T. Horngren: Management accounting's renaissance man. Management Accounting (January): 22-29.

Zeff, S. A. 2012. Charles Thomas Horngen 1926-2011. Accounting Education News (Winter): 13.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 239.

Charles T. Horngren

Yuji Ijiri

In Memoriam: Yuji Ijiri. 2017. Accounting Education News. American Accounting Association (Winter): 23. Yuji Ijiri (1935-2017), former Trueblood University Professor of Accounting and Economics at Carnegie Mellon University died on January 18, 2017. He is considered one of the intellectual giants of his era.

Wall Street Journal. 2017. Yiji Ijiri 1935-2017. He was the only four-time winner of the American Accounting Association's Notable Contributions Award. Dr. Ijiri died January 18th. (January 28/29).

Cooper, W. W., T. J. Burns, Y. Ijiri and R. M. Trueblood. 1989. 1989 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Yuji Ijiri. The Accounting Historians Journal 16(2): 207-214. (JSTOR link).

Edmund Lowell Jenkins

Robert Samuel Kaplan

Roy Bernard Kester

Donald James Kirk

Kolton, P., D. L. Jensen and D. J. Kirk. 1997. Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Remarks, citation and response: Donald James Kirk. The Accounting Historians Journal 24(1): 149-156. (JSTOR link).

Olivia Faulkner Kirtley

AAA 2018. "Olivia Faulkner Kirtley served as the Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Vermont American Corporation from 1991 to 2000. Her corporate board activity includes U.S. Bancorp, Papa John's International, and Rescare, Inc. among others. She is a graduate of Florida Southern College and earned a master’s degree from Georgia State University. She served as Chair of the Board of the AICPA (1998-99) and subsequently as Chair of the Board of CPA Examiners, where she was influential in transforming the examination process to a computer based activity. Since 2009, she has been a Participant/Member of the Bank Governance Leadership Network based in London and New York. From 2014-16 Mrs. Kirtley served as Board Chair of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC)."

Eric Louis Kohler

Cooper, W. W. and Y. Ijiri. 1979. Eric Louis Kohler: Accounting's Man of Principles. Reston.

Mautz, R. K. and G. J. Previts. 1977. Eric Kohler: An accounting original. The Accounting Review (April): 300-307. (JSTOR link).

Wager, N. A. 1987. Eric Louis Kohler in the Accounting Profession. Georgia State University.

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

James J. Leisenring

Ananias Charles Littleton

Bedford, N. M. and R. E. Ziegler. 1975. The contributions of A. C. Littleton to accounting thought and practice. The Accounting Review (July): 434-443.

Buckner, K. C. 1975. Littleton's Contribution to the Theory of Accountancy. Georgia State University.

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Perry Empey Mason

Bryson, R. E. Jr. 1975. Perry Mason (1899-1964). The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 64-67. (JSTOR Link).

Robert Kuhn Mautz

George Oliver May

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

Stabler, H. F. 1968. George O. May: A Study of Selected Contribution to Accounting Thought. Georgia State University.

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

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 382.

George O. May

Herbert Elmer Miller

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 346.

Herbert E. Miller

Hermann Clinton Miller

Robert Hiester Montgomery

Miranti, P. J. Jr. 1986. Robert H. Montgomery - A leader of the profession. The CPA Journal (August): 106.

Krzystofik, A. T. 1975. Robert Hiester Montgomery (1872-1953). The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 67-70. (JSTOR link).

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Maurice Moonitz

Chatfield, M. 1992. Review: Selected Writing by Maurice Moonitz. The Accounting Historians Journal 19(2): 189-191. (JSTOR link).

Zeff, S. A. 2009. Maurice Moonitz. Accounting Education News (Fall): 23.

Staubus, G. J. 2010. Maurice Moonitz: The consummate professional. Accounting Horizons (December): 703-712.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 263.

Maurice Moonitz

Lloyd Morey

James A. Ohlson

The Accounting Hall of Fame inducts James A. Ohlson. 2015. Accounting Education News (Fall): 19.

Shaun Fenton O'Malley

Brown, R. L., D. L. Jensen and S. F. O'Malley. 2001. Accounting Hall of Fame 2000 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Shaun F. O'Malley. The Accounting Historians Journal 28(1): 140-145. (JSTOR link).

Willam A. Paton

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

Taggart, H. F., N. M. Bedford, R. J. Chambers, S. Davidson, C. T. Devine, T. R. Dyckman, Y. Ijiri; T. F. Keller and R. G. Nichols. 1992. A tribute to William A. Paton. The Accounting Review (January): 1, 3-16. (JSTOR link).

Demski, J. S., S. A. Zeff, N. Dopuch and W. A. Paton, editors. 1979. Essays in Honor of William A. Paton, Pioneer Accounting Theorist. University of Michigan. Includes Zeff's essay "Paton on the effects of changing prices on accounting, 1916-1955".

Edwards, J. R., editor. 1994. Twentieth-Century Accounting Thinkers. Cengage Learning EMEA.

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 389.

William A. Paton

James Loring Peirce

Coffman, E. N. and D. L. Jensen. 1997. James L. Peirce Collection of Writings: Thomas J. Burns Series in Accounting History Accounting Hall of Fame. OSU Acctg Hall of Fame.

Donald Putnam Perry

Coffman, E. N. and D. L. Jensen. 2004. Donald P. Perry: A collection of His Writings: Thomas J. Burns Series in Accounting History Accounting Hall of Fame. Ohio State University.

Gary John Previts

John William Queenan

Howard Irwin Ross

Thomas H. Sanders

Walter Paul Schuetze

Hiram Thompson Scovill

Katherine Schipper

Elijah Watt Sells

Richardson, A. P. and J. E. Sterret. 1924. Elijah Watt Sells. Journal of Accountancy (April): 275.

Ross Macgregor Skinner

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).

David Solomons

Zeff, S. A., T. J. Burns and D. Solomons. 1993. 1992 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: David Solomons. The Accounting Historians Journal 20(1): 103-115. (JSTOR link).

Parker, R. H. 1995. David Solomons and British Accounting. Accounting and British Research (25): 311-319. Reprinted in Parker, R. H., S. A. Zeff and M. Anderson. 2012. Major Contributions To The British Accountancy Profession: A biographical sourcebook. The Institute of Charted Accountants of Scotland, 118-121. http://icas.org.uk/parker/

Leonard Paul Spacek

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 135.

Leonard Spacek

Charles Ezra Sprague

Sprague, C. E. 1972. The Philosophy of Accounts. Scholars Book Co. Reprint of the 1908 edition. Review by G. J. Previts. 1974. TAR (January): 216-217. (JSTOR link).

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

Robert Thomas Sprouse

Horngren, C. T., T. J. Burns and R. T. Sprouse. 1994. 1994 Accounting Hall of Fame induction: Robert Sprouse. The Accounting Historians Journal 21(2): 151-161. (JSTOR link).

Swieringa, R. 2011. Robert T. Sprouse and fundamental concepts of financial accounting. Accounting Horizons (March): 207-220.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 164.

Robert T. Sprouse

Elmer Boyd Staats

Maurice H. Stans

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

Victor Herman Stempf

Robert Raymond Sterling

Wolnizer, P. W. 2010. Tribute to Robert Raymond Sterling. Abacus 46(3): 229-231.

Lee, T. A. and P. W. Wolnizer. 2012. An intellectual memorial to Robert Raymond Sterling, accounting reformer. Accounting Horizons (March): 135-146.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 520.

Robert R. Sterling

Joseph Edmund Sterrett

Merino, B. D. 1975. Joseph E. Sterrett (1870-1934). The Accounting Historians Journal 2(1-4): 62-64. (JSTOR link).

Reed K. Storey

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 150.

Reed K. Storey

Kenneth Wilson Stringer

AAA 2018. "Kenneth Wilson Stringer (1918-2014) spent his public accounting career with Deloitte and its predecessor firm, Haskins & Sells, advancing the processes supporting statistical sampling in auditing and analytical review. He served as Chair of the AICPA Statistical Sampling Committee during the years 1960-64, and was also a member of that organization’s first committee on Auditing of EDP records. By conducting dedicated working retreats, being a contributor to professional literature and conference presentations, he led and advanced practice, related his knowledge to academics and thus university teaching. While collaborating with others in a variety of disciplines, the major developments in the principles of audit evidence inherent in today’s auditing standards can be traced to his pioneering efforts."

Robert Martin Trueblood

Bryson, R. E. Jr. 1976. Robert M. Trueblood, CPA: The Consummate Professional. Georgia State University.

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 28.

Robert M. Trueblood

William Joseph Vatter

AAA Note on induction.

Moonitz, M. 1991. Memorial:William Joseph Vatter, (1905-1990). The Accounting Review (October): 862-865. (JSTOR link).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 96.

William J. Vatter

David Michael Walker

William Welling Werntz

Zeff, S. A. 1987. Leaders of the accounting profession: 14 who made a difference. Journal of Accountancy (May): 46-71. (Robert H. Montgomery, George O. May, William A. Paton, Carman G. Blough, Andrew Barr, Samuel J. Broad, John L. Carey, Paul Grady, Eric L. Kohler, A. C. Littleton, Weldon Powell, Leonard Spacek, Charles E. Sprague, and William W. Werntz).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Keller, T. F. and S. A. Zeff. editors. 1969. Financial Accounting Theory II: Issues and Controversies. McGraw Hill, p. 43.

William W. Werntz

Arthur Ramer Wyatt

Kieso, D. E., J. J. Weygandt, D. L. Jensen and A. R. Wyatt. 1999. Accounting Hall of Fame 1998 induction: Remarks, citation, and response: Arthur Ramer Wyatt. The Accounting Historians Journal 26(1): 153-163. (JSTOR link).

Stephen Addam Zeff

Dyckman, T. R. and W. C. Uecker. 2011. A tribute to Professor Stephen A. Zeff. Accounting Education: An International Journal 20(1): 81-95. (Link).

The following biography was written by Steve Zeff and appeared in Zeff, S. A. and T. F. Keller, editors. 1973. Financial Accounting Theory I: Issues and Controversies, Second edition. McGraw Hill, p. 2.

Steven A. Zeff