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A Value Line report is surprisingly handy for that.
If you don't have access to a subscription,
- you could get one
- if it's a Dow stock it's free at their web site anyway
- many libraries have subscriptions
The advantage is that each report has the share count, book value, and
EPS correctly back-converted to be consistent and commensurable.

There are some on line free resources, but coverage can be incomplete.
This site goes back further than most.
Sure, it's in France, but I won't hold that against them.

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