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A.M. Pullen was a Lecturer of Accountancy at the [[College of William and Mary]] during the 1919-1920 academic year. He was a member of Pullen, Henderson, McKinney, and Co., Certified Public Accountants, Richmond, Virginia. Pullen was among the first lecturers in accounting at the College.
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A.M. Pullen was a Lecturer of Accountancy at the [[College of William and Mary]] during the 1919-1920 academic year. He was a member of Pullen, Henderson, McKinney, and Co., Certified Public Accountants, Richmond, Virginia. Pullen was among the first lecturers in accounting at the College. Accountancy is now considered part of the [[School of Business]].
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
William and Mary Catalog, 1919-1920, pg. 12.
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*William and Mary Catalog, 1919-1920, pg. 12.
  
 
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Revision as of 09:14, 13 March 2009

A.M. Pullen was a Lecturer of Accountancy at the College of William and Mary during the 1919-1920 academic year. He was a member of Pullen, Henderson, McKinney, and Co., Certified Public Accountants, Richmond, Virginia. Pullen was among the first lecturers in accounting at the College. Accountancy is now considered part of the School of Business.

References

  • William and Mary Catalog, 1919-1920, pg. 12.