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YOU can get a trial balance from three hours to three days earlier with a Burroughs
Adding and Listing Ma- / chine. It means, also, a / saving in work and worry.
Our department of Busi- j ness Systems has just issued a series of life size forms with jf, complete descriptions showing four of the ways the Burroughs handles trial balances.
If you would like to have the series, kindly say so on your firm's letterhead, and we will be glad to send it to you.
Burroughs Adding Machine Company
101 Amsterdam Avenue, Detroit, Michigan, U. S. A.
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