Article Title

Big contest number four

Publication Date

Spring 1984


The previous issue of THE NOTEBOOK included a contest wherein readers were challenged to guess the identity of a well known accountant who was pictured. This was the toughest contest held to date. In fact, only one person was able to identify the handsome young man in the photo as H. Thomas Johnson, the individual who was then president of the Academy of Accounting Historians. In fact, the picture appeared on the page facing the modern-day picture of Johnson in his role as president.



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