Program Rescheduled for March 16, 2015 : History through Accounting
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Date: Monday, March 16                                                                         

Place: WLU Hillel House, W. Washington St.

Reception: 6:30 p.m.

Program: 7:30 p.m.

FREE

President Lee’s Financial Legacy,and Lexington’s Historic General Store: History through Accounting

Presenters, A Panel of Washington and Lee University Faculty and Students: 

*Stephan Fafatas, Lawrence Associate Professor of Accounting

*Tom Camden, Head of Special Collections & Archives, University Library

*Bereket Mechale ’15, Accounting/Business Administration Major

*Catherine Roach ’16, History and Accounting/Business Administration Major

Speakers will highlight the utility of historic ledgers in investigating the impact of the railroad on Lexington commercial establishments such as Dold’s Store and the financial effect of Robert E. Lee’s presidency on Washington College.

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