Garry Favel

Publication Date

October 1994


This short note illustrates the value of bookkeeping archives, as an auxiliary tool in understanding and assessing organizational or distributive techniques within a subculture. The well kept archives at Kibbutz Degania Aleph, dating from 1910, include minutes of general meetings, bookkeeping records and copies of original contracts. These records make it possible to study how its affairs were recorded.



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