The editor invites you to submit items of an interesting nature related to the broad field of accounting history, including book reviews, discussions about accounting theory or practice, comments on FASB or IASB pronouncements or exposure drafts, or responses to past articles in the journal. You may have found something in an archive that you find compelling and wish to share but have not yet been able to turn into a full-fledged scholarly article. Do you have suggestions on how to integrate accounting history into your accounting courses? Perhaps you could find or create a cartoon related to accounting history, or write an accounting history poem (no limericks, please). Submissions here are subject to editorial review.

There is only one Salmagundi piece in this volume, which is entirely appropriate because the contributions made by Basil Yamey to accounting history stand above the crowd, as recognized in a thoughtful essay...

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