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explains the accounting records, balance sheet and income accounts, financial statements and auditing. Part III details the cost accounting procedure, and Part IV outlines the accounting practice for owners and architects.
Portions of some of the chapters have from time to time appeared as contributions by the present writer to the Official Bulletins of the National Association of Cost Accountants.
For assistance in manifold ways during the preparation of the volume grateful acknowledgment is due particularly to the following: L. J. Fischer and E. W. T. Gray, of the Thompson-Starrett Company; Jas. Baird and J. R. Kilpatrick, of the Geo. A. Fuller Company; W. Green, of Wharton-Green Company; A. F. Klein and C. S. Daniels, of the R. C. Wieboldt Company; H. J. White, of Graham, Anderson, Probst and White; L. H. Smith, Jr., of Warren and Wetmore; J. T. Harrison and W. E. Thomas, of Flynn and Harrison, brokers in insurance and surety bonds; H. E. Miller, of the Equitable Office Building Corporation; and L. Brandt, housing engineer.
WILLIAM M. AFFELDER New York,
January 15, 1924
I THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY AND ITS PROBLEMS
LIST OF FORMS
A. Contract between Owner and Contractor-Well-known Archi-
General Motors Building, Detroit, Michigan .