List of Expenditures
On the first day of his mission, February 18, 1892, Adolf Haag began keeping a list of his expenditures. He kept the list only until July 27, writing it in the back of his first journal on pages preprinted with the titles “Cash Account—February,” “Cash Account—March,” and “Cash Account—April.” The record is six pages long. Haag kept a daily journal in that same book from February 18 until June 18. He did not resume his journal keeping until August 17, writing in a different book. If he similarly began to keep another record of his expenses, it was not in either of the books in which he kept his journals.
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