Credits & Debits Image Digital Accounting Collection

The Digital Accounting Collection contains several discrete collections, including the AICPA’s noncurrent exposure drafts and noncurrent Codes of Professional Conduct, a group of accounting pamphlets spanning the 20th century, a list of items donated by Peter McMickle, and a small collection of art and photographs. Many are full-text, while others are in bibliographic citation form only. The Academy of Accounting Historians has kindly given permission to publish the Accounting Historians Journal and the Accounting Historians Notebook. Click on one of the links below or above to learn more about these collections, and to search them.






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Accounting Historians Journal
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Accounting Historians Notebook
(Full-text, searchable)
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AICPA Codes of Professional Conduct
(Full-text, searchable)
AICPA Exposure Drafts
(Full-text, searchable)
AICPA Exposure Draft
McMickle Collection – Bibliographic citations only
Accounting Pamphlets - Full-Text-Limited Collection
(Full text, searchable, approximately 600 pamphlets)
Luca Pacioli
Pamphlets – Bibliographic Citations Only (approximately 33,000 citations)
See also Main UM catalog for citations to many other pamphlets
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Photographs and Illustrations
(For additional portraits, search under subject “Portraits”)
AACPA Annual Banquet 1910 - Aster Hotel


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