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<:title>: Tabloid Systems For Salesmanship, Accounting, Advertising Records, Bookkeeping, Purchasing, Factory
<:authors>: Business: the magazine for office, store and factory, Elmer Henry Beach
<:publisher>: The Book-Keeper Publishing Co., ltd., 1906
<:subjects>: Business : Economics: Accounting: General: Bookkeeping: Business: Business : Economics / Accounting / General: Business : Economics / Bookkeeping: Computers / Enterprise Applications
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