GARNER, SAMUEL PAUL, 1910-1996

Biography:

Professor, dean. Born– August 15, 1910, in Yadkinville, N.C. Parents– Samuel W. and Ila Jane (Hoots) Garner. Education– Duke University, A.B., 1932; A.M., 1934; University of Texas, Ph.D., 1940. Honorary degrees from Puson National University (1966), University of Alabama (1971). Married– Ruth Bailey on August 25, 1935. Children– Three. Taught at several major universities; dean, College of Commerce, University of Alabama, 1954-1971. Consultant to the U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Defense. Conducted special educational assignments for U.S. State Department in Turkey, the Far East, Europe, South America, Africa. Died October 16, 1996.

Source:

Who’s Who in America, 1980.

Publication(s):

Advanced Accounting Problems. Boston; Heath, 1951.

Developmental History of Accounting in China. Taipei, Taiwan; Accounting Research Division, Tung-Wu University, 1978.

Evolution of Cost Accounting to 1925. University, Ala.; University of Alabama Press, 1954.

The Golden Anniversary of One of Accounting History’s Mysterious Contributors; Albert Dupont. University, Ala.; Academy of Accounting Historians, 1975.

Joint_Publication(s):

Advanced Accounting. Boston; Heath, 1951.

Elementary Cost Accounting. Boston; Heath, 1941.

Joint_Editor:

Readings on Accounting Development. New York; Arno Press, 1978.