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Walter Adolph Staub

Walter Adolph Staub, American accountants.


  • Staub, Walter Adolph was born on February 27, 1881 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Adolph and Wilhelmine (Voegelin) Staub.

  • Education

    • Graduate Girard College, 1897. Certified Public Accountants, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, California and District of Columbia.


    • With firm of Lybrand, Ross Brothers & Montgomery since 1901, member of firm since 1911.


    • Author: Income Tax Guide, 1913. Consolidated Returns (in Federal Income Tax), 1921. Auditing Principles (with Robert H. Montgomery), 1923.

      Wills, Executors and Trustees (with W. J. Grange and E. G. Blackford), 1933. Auditing Developments during the Present Century, 1942. Winner prize for best paper on “Mode of Conducting an Audit,” Congress of Accounting, St. Louis Exposition, 1904.


    Party affiliation: Republican


    Denomination: Baptist


    Member Board of Education, Milburn, New Jersey, 1924-1936. Dickinson lecturer at Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration, 1941. President Overlook Hospital, Summit, New Jersey.

    Member American Institute Accountants, New York State Society Certified Public Accountants (ex-president), Pennsylvania Institute Certified Public Accountants, New Jersey State Society of Certified Public Accountants, National Association of Cost Accountants. Clubs: Lawyers’, Accountants, Quill (New York).


    • Married Ida Charlotte Fleury, April. Children: Walter Richard, Ernest Fleury, Edmund Arthur, Helen Elizabeth, Elmer Norman, Robert Joseph, Grace Idaho.
    • father: Adolph Staub
    • mother: Wilhelmine (Voegelin) Staub
    • spouse: Ida Charlotte Fleury
    • children: Walter Richard Staub
    • Ernest Fleury Staub
    • Edmund Arthur Staub
    • Helen Elizabeth Staub
    • Elmer Norman Staub
    • Robert Joseph Staub
    • Grace Ida Staub
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    Born February 27, 1881
    Died November 4, 1945
    (aged 64)