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S. A. NELSON & Co., Incorp.
MAY 25 1912
Entered at Stationers' Hall, London, England
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
most authoritative available sources. Difficulty was experienced in the selection of text, as much that seemed desirable was omitted owing to the scope and limitations of the volume. It is the result of many requests from investors and students for such information in this form, following the publication of the editor's “A B C of Wall Street." For many of the facts presented and their form credit is due The Wall Street Journal (especially for the analyses of railroad bonds), The Evening Post, The Bankers' Magazine, The World's Work, The Financial Chronicle, Alexander Dana Noyes, Thomas F. Woodlock, Charles F. Dow, Sereno Pratt, H. C. Nicholas, The New York Times, Mark Sullivan, The Review of Reviews, M. C. Payne, U. S. Consular Reports, Moody's Manual, Poor's Manual, The Railroad Age, The Railroad Gazette, The Wall Street Summary, The Financier, American Investments, The Bank Clerks' Bulletin, The New York Mail, Herbert C. Wright, John Grant Dater. The Annals of the American Academy of Political Science, Bradstreets, C. M. Harger, and a number of bankers and brokers.