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Accounting museum opens in New Jersey.

ACCOUNTING MUSEUM OPENS IN NEW JERSEY

The Accounting Heritage Association, an organization dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of accounting, has established an accounting museum at the offices of Green Anderson and Company, CPAs, located in Woodbridge, New Jersey.

The collection already contains some turn-of-the-century adding machines, business clocks from the 1880s and the "star" item, an accounting ledger dating back to 1873. Pamela Iovino, director of the museum, notes that the fledgling organization is still looking for additional sponsors and donations of artifacts. All donations are tax deductible.

For further information, call (201) 634-5100, ext. 195.

PHOTO : Lois Green (left), a donor to the museum, and Pam Iovino discuss a 1930 adding machine in the accounting museum.
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Publication:Journal of Accountancy
Date:Dec 1, 1989
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