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F. Treat; Industrial Values listed: Eco- by Mr. (economic price movements), Australasia, taught by Assistant Professor Wesley Clair Mitchell of the University of California; Administration of Municipal Business, by Mr. John Wells Farley; and Commercial Organization and Methods, by Mr. was made And in the catalogue for that year special reference to courses in German, French, and Spanish Correspond- Cherington. ence, given in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, as being particularly suited to the needs of business students.
The third half-course in this field most civic-minded was Corporation Finance, and to give that course Dean Gay rounded up as lecturers sixteen businessmen and others experienced in financial operations. One of was Wallace B. Donham. Another was George O. , a leading firm of public accountants in New York City. Mr. May for many years continued to have a significant interest in the Business School, and those outside lecturers he A was later closely associated with Mr. Gay in other activities. third member of this group of outside lecturers was Thomas also W.
Thus was field indispensable to the School, begun. Field 2 See Chapter X, pp. 281-282. work, which has proved work also has proved A Decade of Groundwork 33 costly, another activity for which ever-increasing funds had to be provided. The third special gift marked the beginning of organized research at the School. In 1911 it was decided that the School should have a "Research Bureau" to undertake to set up statistical measurements in the distribution area, and a special gift of 2200 dollars from Mr.