Examples from the Web for bookkeeper
The Nazis placed a prisoner as the head of each section under the overall charge of Oskar Stein, an office manager and bookkeeper.
“Expansion favors everyone,” added the 79-year-old Tuscan, who started off as a bookkeeper in a marble firm in 1955.Mosque-Building Bin Ladens Buy Marble Once Used for Churches|Tom Kington|August 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She was the CRP bookkeeper who was actively cooperating with the FBI, and, eventually, with Woodstein.What Director Alan Pakula’s Papers Reveal About Watergate|Max Holland|June 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I was fielding sales calls, trying to find passwords and other information to help the bookkeeper, going through mounds of papers.When My Husband Lost His Memory, I Had to Win His Love Anew|Joan Bolzan|December 8, 2011|DAILY BEAST
That said, prior to her career in admissions, McCulloh worked as receptionist and bookkeeper at a hair salon in Oxford, England.
He soon demonstrates how valuable he is to the firm by detecting the bookkeeper in a bold attempt to rob his employers.With the Swamp Fox|James Otis
"A hundred dollars a month," answered the bookkeeper, reluctantly.Driven From Home|Horatio Alger
He has a bookkeeper's job with Tractions for a month now, and I promised his aunt I would ask how he's comin'.Torchy, Private Sec.|Sewell Ford
She is the bookkeeper and business manager of the inn, “so long as the summer season lasts,” she said.Through Scandinavia to Moscow|William Seymour Edwards
"This is Thomas Stanton, your fellow-clerk," said Mr. Pratt, the bookkeeper.Try and Trust|Horatio Alger
Word Origin and History for bookkeeper
also book-keeper, 1550s, from book (n.) + keeper. A rare English word with three consecutive double letters. Related: Bookkeeping, which is from 1680s in the sense "the work of keeping account books;" book-keep (v.) is a back-formation from 1886.