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1 LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

of 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Published by Authority of the Acts 

of Congress of March 3, 1891, 

of June 30, 1906, and of 

March 4, 1909 



PART 1 
BOOKS, GROUP 1 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 41 

FOR THE YEAR 1944 

Nos. 1-12 



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THE LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS OF MABCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 1, GROUP 1 
BOOKS 

INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 41 
No. 1 






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The Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 1, Group 1, containing the titles for books, was formerly printed 
three times a week. It is now printed monthly with entries arranged alphabetically by authors, or, if 
anonymous, by title. An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright pro- 
prietor are the same. When the author and copyright proprietor are different, a separate statement is 
made at the end of the title, giving the proprietor and his address. This group contains mainly the titles of 
books, including the titles of books registered under the act of March 4, 1909, for ad interim protection. A 
complete index to authors and anonymous titles of books for the entire year is printed as promptly as possi- 
ble after the books for the year have been received. 

A list of renewals made for books under section 23 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
of this issue immediately following the text. 

The Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 1, Group 2 (monthly) contains mainly the titles of pamphlets, 
leaflets, and literary contributions to periodicals, and all other productions registered under the legal desig- 
nation "book" not found in Group 1, including also, however, preliminary reports of court decisions, local 
directories, herdbooks, and other annuals, etc. Group 2 also contains in two separate alphabets the titles 
for the entries made for Lectures, sermons, and addresses prepared for oral delivery, and Maps. 

The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the Catalog of Copyright Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
registration." To save space in the Catalog the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbre- 
viations used in this part are as follows: "A," Class A, Books; "A for.," Foreign books in foreign 
languages. "©" stands for copyright registration, followed by date of publication, and "© 1 c." for 1 copy, 
followed by date of receipt. "A ad int. ' implies ad interim copyright registration under the act of March 
4, 1909, of a book published abroad in the English language, for which the deposit of only one copy is re- 
quired. 

The annual subscription price for the Catalog of Copyright Entries (received only for the calendar year) 
for Part 1, Group 1, is $3.00 for 1944, payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, 
D. C, by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 

Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the prices of the various parts of 
the Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper - - - - $3.00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Newspapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures and Maps 3.00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures- 2.00 

Part 2, Periodicals- — — = 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, unless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or 
to any other governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No maps are available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record should make formal request for the 
return of the articles, which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be supplied 
on request. Address Register of Copyrights, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C. 



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BOOKS 

PART 1, GROUP 1 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Ackerman (Lloyd) Health and hygiene. © Dec. 23, 
1943; A 177692; Jaques Cattell press, Lancaster, 
Pa. 1 

Adams (A. Elwood) Democratic citizenship in to- 
day's world, by A. E. Adams [and] Edward Ever- 
ett Walker. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178156; Charles 
Scribner's sons, New York. 2 

Adams (Henry Hitch) English domestic. © Dec. 10, 
1943; A 177771; Columbia univ. press, New York. 



Alabama. General laws (and joint resolutions) of 
the Legislature of Alabama, passed at tne ses- 
sion of 1943. © Dec. 6, 1943; A 178174; State of 
Alabama, Montgomery, Ala. 4 

Albert (Arthur Lemuel) Fundamentals of telephony. 
1st ed. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 177677; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 5 

Alden (Carroll Storrs) Makers of naval tradition, 
by C. S. Alden and Ralph Earle, revised and con- 
tinued by C. S. Alden. © July 30, 1943; A 177647; 
Ginn & co., Boston. 6 

Allen (Harold B.) Come over into Macedonia. © 
Nov. 24, 1943; A 177946; Trustees of Rutgers 
college in New Jersey, New Brunswick, N. J. 7 

Allen (John Houghton)* Randado, Tex. 8, 9 

Four tales. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 177706. 
Latin-American miscellany. © Dec. 21, 1943; 
A 177707. 



Allen (Maurice) Our invisible friends. 
1943; A 178113; Liveright pub. corp. 



© Oct. 28, 

New York. 

10 



Allen (Wendell C.)* Great Neck,L. I.,N. Y. Cumu- 
lative pupil records. © Oct. 7, 1943; A 177802. 

11 

Alofsin (Dorothy) Stream of Jewish life. © Sept. 6, 
1943; A 177674; Union of Amer. Hebrew congre- 
gations, Cincinnati. 12 



American bar, 1944. ©Dec. 29, 1943; A 177960; 
James C. Fifield co., Minneapolis. 13 



American federal tax reports, v. 30. © Dec. 
1943; A 178136; West pub. co., St. Paul. 



29, 
14 



American law reports annotated! v. 147. © Dec. 
16, 1943; A 178032; Lawyers co-operative pub. 
co., Rochester, N. Y. & Bancroft -Whitney co., 
San Francisco. 15 



Anderson (Kenneth) Austin boys —marooned! © 
July 16, 1943; A 177839; Zondervan pub. house, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 16 

Angevine (D. M.) Atlas of orthopedic pathology, by 
D. M. Angevine [and] J. E. Ash. © Oct. 16, 
1943; A 177695; Amer. registry of pathology, 
Washington. 17 

Appel (Benjamin)* Arlington, Va. Dark stain. © 
Oct. 25, 1943; A 178265. 18 

Armstrong (Harold Barry)* Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. War without tears. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1943; A ad int. 27985; pubd. Dec. 9. 19 

Armstrong (Harry G.) Principles and practice of 
aviation medicine. © Dec. 4, 1943; A 177754; 
Williams & Wilkins co., Baltimore. 20 

Armstrong (Thomas F.) Red thread. © Feb. 10, 
1942; A 177742; George H. Buchanan co., Phil- 
adelphia. 21 

Army air forces aid soc.,* Washington. Target: 
Germany. © Dec. 7, 1943; A 178079. 22 

Arnold (H. H.) This flying game, by H. H. Arnold 
and Ira C. Eaker. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177774; 
Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 23 

Arnold (Louis W.)* Lexington, Ky. God's message 
for this hour. © Dec. 14, 1943; A 178020. 24 



[Ashton (Winifred)]* London. Lion and the unicorn, 
by Clemence Dane [pseud.] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; 
A ad int. 28013; pubd. Nov. 11, 1943. 25 

Atlantic reporter. Second series, v. 33 A. 2d. © 
Dec. 20, 1943; A 178006; West pub. co., St. Paul. 



Atwood (Wallace W.) 27-29 

American nations, by W. W. Atwood and Helen 

Goss Thomas. © Aug: 10, 1943; A 177633. 
Earth and its people, by W. W. Atwood and Helen 

Goss Thomas. 1943. 

Higher book. © Aug. 10; A 177635. 

Lower book. © Aug. 13; A 177634. 
© Ginn & co., Boston. 

Auslander (Joseph)* New York. Unconquerables. 
Salutes to the undying spirit of the Nazi-occupied 
countries. © Dec. 29, 1943; A 177973. 30 

Austin (Alexander Berry) Birth of an army. © 1 
c. Dec. 21, 1943; A ad int. 28000; pubd. Oct.25; 
Sylvia Elinor Sophia Austin, executrix of the 
estate of A. B. Austin, Midhurst, Sussex, Eng- 
land. 31 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Avery (Al) Yankee flier in Italy. © Jan. 15, 1944; 
A 178165; Grosset &Dunlap, inc., New York. 

32 

Babcock (Emily Atwater) tr. History of deeds done 
beyond the sea, by William, archbishop of Tyre. 
Translated and annotated by E. A. Babcock and 
A. C. Krey. v. 1, 2. © Dec, 28, 1943; A 178227; 
Columbia univ. press, New York. 33 

Babson (Roger W.) Before making important de- 
cisions, [lsted.] © Dec. 6, 1943; A 177965; 
J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 34 



Baierl (Joseph J.)* Rochester, N. Y. 
plained. © Oct. 12, 1943; A 178308. 



Creed ex- 
35 



Bailey (Gilbert P.) Boot, a marine in the making. 
© Dec. 1, 1943; A 177991; Lucy Hampton Bostick 
& Fant H. Thornley, Columbia, S. C. 36 



Bailey (Robert G.)* Lewiston, 
© Nov. 25, 1943; A 177749. 



Id. 



Hell s canyon. 
37 



Baker (Elijah) 3d. Introduction to steel shipbuild- 
ing. 1st ed. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 177676; Mc- 
Graw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 38 

Baker (Harry J.) Introduction to exceptional chil- 
dren. © Jan. 11, 1944; A 178057; Macmillan co., 
New York. 39 

Baldwin (Hanson W.)* New York. What you should 
know about the navy. © Oct. 15, 1943; A 178086. 

40 

Baldwin (Leland Dewitt)* Pittsburgh. 41, 42 

God's Englishman. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1943; A ad 

int. 27993; pubd. Nov. 1. 
God's Englishman. [1st ed.] © Jan. 19, 1944; A 
178260. 

Ballard (James F.) comp. Catalogue of the medi- 
eval and Renaissance manuscripts and incunab- 
ula in the Boston medical library, [lsted.] © 
Jan. 3, 1944; A 178013; Boston medical library, 
inc., Boston. 43 

Ballou (Donald H.) Plane and spherical trigonome- 
try with tables, by D. H. Ballou and Frederick 
H. Steen. © Aug. 4, 1943; A 177639; Ginn & co., 
Boston. 44 



Bane (Suda Lorena) ed. Organization of American 
relief in Europe, 1918-1919. Documents select- 
ed and ed.by S. L. Bane and Ralph Haswell Lutz. 
© Dec. 10, 1943; A 177625; Board of trustees of 
the Leland Stanford junior univ., Stanford Uni- 
versity, Calif. 45 

[Bankoff (George)]* London. Russia triumphant, by 
George Sava. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1944; A ad int. 
28033; pubd. Nov. 22, 1943. 46 



Barack (Nathan A.)* Phoenix, Ariz. Tale of a won- 
derful ladder. © Jan. 21, 1944; A 178331. 47 

Barker (George) Sacred and secular elegies. © 
Oct. 18, 1943; A 177662; New directions, Nor- 
folk, Conn. 48 



Barlow (Genevieve) Escenitas de Mexico. 
24, 1943; A 178025; Banks Upshaw & co. 



© Nov. 

Dallas. 

49 



[Barr (Mrs. J. C.)] Vivid night, by Garroway Ren- 
frew[pseud.] © Dec. 10, 1943; A 177958; Chris- 
topher pub. house, Boston. 50 

Barrett (Harold) jr.,* Phoenix, Ariz. Song of my 
heart. [Original ed.] © Jan. 14, 1944; A 178195. 

51 

Bartlett (Frederic H )* New York Infants and 
children, tneir feeding and growth © Jan 10, 
1944; A 178043. 52 

Bates-Batcheller (Tryphosa)* New York. Soul of 
a queen. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 178082. 53 

Beim (Lorraine) & Beim (Jerrold)* New York. 
Igor's summer. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 177978. 54 

Bellairs (George)* Prestbury, Cheshire, England. 
Death stops the frolic. © Jan. 25, 1944; A 178293. 

55 

Bellamann (Henry)* New York. Victoria Grandolet. 
© Dec. 29, 1943; A 177974. 56 

Benedict (Carl Peters)* Graham, Tex. Tenderfoot 
kid on Gyp Water. © Oct. 21, 1943; A 177697. 

57 

Benesch (Otto) Artistic and intellectual trends from 
Rubens to Daumier as shown in book illustration. 
© Nov. 20, 1943; A 177769; Department of print- 
ing & graphic arts, Harvard college library, 
Cambridge, Mass. 58 

Bennett (Hall) Never say no to the navy. © Jan. 3, 
1944; A 177950; Phoenix press, New York. 59 

Bennett (John) 3d,* Charleston, S. C. So shall 
they reap. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 177995. 

60 

Benson (Clarence H.) Popular history of Chris- 
tian education. ©Dec. 23, 1943; A 178187; Moody 
Bible institute of Chicago, Chicago. 61 

[Bentley (Barbara)]* London. Lobby Lobster, bv 
Barbara Hastings. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1944; A ad int. 
28055; pubd. Dec. 17, 1943. 62 

Berman (H. H.) Applied safety engineering, by H. 
H. Berman and H. W. McCrone. 1st ed. © Dec. 
21, 1943; A 177777; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 63 

Biersack (Louis) Saints and blessed of the Third 
order of Saint Francis. © Dec. 23, 1943; A 
177726; St. Anthony's guild, Paterson, N. J. 64 

Billington (Cecil) Shrubs of Michigan. © Dec. 20, 
1943; A 177893; Cranbrook institute of science, 
Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 65 

Bishop (Sherman C.) Handbook of salamanders. © 
Nov. 16, 1943; A 177266; Comstock pub. co., inc., 
Ithaca, N. Y. 66 

[Bixler (C. Stewart)] comp . Lawyers handy book. 
1944. © Dec. 15, 1943; ~A 177788; Natl, bank of 
Detroit, Detroit. 67 



BOOKS, GROUP I 



no. 1, 1944 



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Bloch (Hayim)* New York. Appropriate replies to 
inquiries from the Vatican furnished in 1934. © 
Feb. 26, 1943; A 177696. 68 

Bloch (Henry Simon) Economics of military occu- 
pation, by H. S. 31och and Bert F. Hoselitz. © 
Jan. 6, 1944; A 178292; Foundation press, inc., 
Chicago. 69 

Boak (Arthur E. R.) History of Rome to 565 A. D. 
© Dec. 28, 1943; A 177899; Macmillan co., New 
York. 70 

Bockus (Henry L.) Gastro-enterology. v. 2. © 
Jan. 17, 1944; A 178255; W. B. Saunders co., 
Philadelphia. 71 

Boecop (Baroness van)* Winter Park, Fla. King 
tree. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178072. 72 

Boettner (Mr. Loraine)* Washington. Person of 
Christ. © Nov. 19, 1943; A 177866. 73 

Bolles (Henry Jason) Magpies' nest, by Jason Bolles. 
© Dec. 1, 1943; A 178034; Martha Maxey Bolles, 
Bozeman, Mont. 74 

Bookfellow poetry annual, 1943. [Edited by] George 
Steele Seymour and Rachel Albright. © Dec. 9, 
1943; A 177751; Flora Warren Seymour, Chicago. 

75 

Booth (Harold Simmons) Quantitative analysis, by 
H. S. Booth and Vivian Richard Damerell. © 
Jan. 7, 1944; A 178111; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 76 

Bornow (Julian)* Alliance, O. Our road to power. 
© Jan. 15, 1944; A 178240. 77 

Bowen (R. Sidney) 78, 79 

Red Randall at Pearl Harbor. © Jan. 15, 1944; 

A 178163. 
Red Randall on active duty. © Jan. 15, 1944; A 

178164. 
© Grosset &Dunlap, inc., New York. 



Bowen (Richard LeBaron)* Pawtucket, R. I. Prov- 
idence oath of allegiance and its signers, 1651-2. 
[1st ed.] © Dec. 22, 1943; A 178210. 80 

Brady (George S.) Materials handbook. © Jan. 3, 
1944; A 178052; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 81 

Bramhall (Marion)* South wick, Mass. Murder 
solves a problem. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 
177994. 82 

[Brand (C. E.)]* Richmond, Surrey, England. With 
pennants flying, by David Masters. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1944; A ad int. 28041; pubd. Nov. 24, 1943. 

83 

Brassey's naval annual, 1943. Ed. by H. G. Thurs- 
field. © Dec. 28, 1943; A 177734; Macmillan co., 
New York. 84 

Brenner (Anita) tr. Sunburst. [By] Mauricio 
Magdaleno. Translated from the Spanish by A. 
Brenner. © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178080; Viking press, 



inc., New York. 



85 



Brewer (John M.) Occupations today, by J. M. 
Brewer and Edward Landy. © Sept. 23, 1943; A 
177643; Ginn & CO., Boston. 8b 

Bricker (Luther Otterbein) Sermons in the sanc- 
tuary. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 178040; Robert W. 
Burns, Atlanta. 87 

Brimm (Daniel J.) ir_. 88, 89 

Air acrobatics are easy. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 

177919; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 

York. 
Girl mechanic's manual, by D. J. Brimm, jr. 

and Ernst Scheifele. © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178059; 

Pitman pub. corp., New York, 

Britton (William Everett) Handbook of the law of 
bills and notes. © Dec. 13, 1943; A 177805; West 
pub. co., St. Paul. 90 

Bro (Margueritte Harmon)* Mount Carroll, 111. 
Every day a prayer. © Oct. 7, 1943; A 178236. 

91 

Brown (Harry) The violent. New poems. © Nov. 
16, 1943; A 177663; New directions, Norfolk, 
Conn. 92 

Brown (Ruth Keren-happuch)* Albuquerque, N. M. 
Promise keeps the taper burning. © Nov. 24, 
1943; A 177809. 93 

Brownville (C. Gordon) With Christ in a shell hole. 
© Dec. 3, 1943; A 177841; Zondervan pub. house, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 94 

Bruscolini (Nilio A.) Of human hearts. © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 177823; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadel- 
phia. 95 

Burch (Viola S.) Designs in my quilt. © Dec. 1, 
1943; A 177941; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

96 

Burkard (William E.) 97, 98 

Health for young Americans, by W. E. Burkard, 

Raymond L. Chambers [and] Frederick W. 

Maroney. © Oct. 11, 1943; A 178106. 
Working together for nealth, by W. E. Burkard, 

Raymond L. Chambers [and] Frederick W. 

Maroney. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 178105. 
© Lyons & Carnahan, Chicago. 

Burlingame (C. Charles)* Hartford. Toward a 
better land I know. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177758. 



Burnett (R. Will) To live in health. © Jan. 4, 
A 177921; Silver Burdett co., New York. 



99 



1944; 
100 



Burnett (W. R.)* Glendale, Calif. Nobody lives 
forever. [1st ed.] ©Jan. 17, 1944; A 178203. 101 

Busch (Niven)* Van Nuys, Calif. Duel in the sun. 
© Jan. 5, 1944; A 177967. 102 

Byron (Gilbert)* Dover, Del. Delaware poems, 
© Dec. 16, 1943; A 178039. 103 

C. K. McClatchy senior high school. Nugget editions 
club. Early day romances, Sutter's fort, 1847- 
1848. © May 30, 1943; A 177989; C. K. Mc- 
Clatchy senior high school, Sacramento, Calif. 

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105 



pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Calhoun (Robert Lowry) God and the day's work. 
© Oct. 20, 1943; A 17788 7; Internatl. committee 
of Young men's Christian assns., New York. 

105 

California. District courts of appeal. Reports of 
cases determined, v. 58, 59, 2d. © Nov. 6, Dec. 
24, 1943; A 177905, 178333; Bancroft-Whitney 
co., San Francisco. 106, 107 

California reporter, covering cases reported in 
Pacific reporter, Second series. 139 P. 2d-140 
P. 2d. © Dec. 28, 1943; A 178138; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 108 

Calkins (Raymond) Romance of the ministry. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; A 178191; Pilgrim press, Boston. 

109 

Callaway (C. F.) Text book of mortuary practice. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; A 177944; Undertakers supply 
co., Chicago. 110 

Callaway (T. W.) 1,000 threefold scriptural out- 
lines. © Dec. 6, 1943; A 177840; Zondervan pub. 
house, Grand Rapids, Mich. Ill 

Callender (Harold)* New York. Preface to peace. 
[1st ed.] © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178207. 112 

Cameron (James Ross) Servicing sound equipment. 
© Jan. 3, 1944; A 178180; Cameron pub. co., 
Coral Gables, Fla. 113 

Campbell (E. Fay) To glorify God, by E. F. Camp- 
bell, James H. Nichols and James P. Alter. © 
Nov. 6, 1943; A 177889; Internatl. committee of 
Young men's Christian assns., New York. 114 

Campbell (William) Knight of the North. © Jan. 18, 
1944; A 178223; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 115 

Campbell (William Giles) You and your future job, 
by W. G. Campbell and James H. Bedford. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; A 178029; Society for occupational 
researched., Glendale, Calif. 116 

Capron (John Favill)* Cambridge, Mass. American 
bank attorneys. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 177872. 117 

Carey (Helen A.) With all its thorns. © Aug. 14, 
1943; A 177723; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

118 

Car hart (Arthur H.) Outdoorsman's cookbook. © 
Jan. 25, 1944; A 178294; Macmillan co., New York. 

119 

Carroll (Phil) jr. Timestudy fundamentals for 
foremen. 1st ed. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178050; Mc- 
Graw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 120 

Carse (Robert)* New York. Lifeline, the ships 
and men of our merchant marine at war. © Dec. 
10, 1943; A 177881, 121 

Catholic church. The raccolta. [Translated by the 
Rev. Joseph P. Christopher and the Rev. Charles 
E. Spence] © Dec. 10, 1943; A 177622; Benziger 
bros., inc., New York. 122 

Caverly (Don P.) Primer of electronics. 1st ed. 
© Dec. 28, 1943; A 177832; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 123 



Chapman (Paul W.) Occupational guidance. © Oct. 
10, 1943; A 177670; Turner E. Smith & co., 
Atlanta. 124 

Charteris (Leslie)* Hollywood, Calif. Saint steps 
in. [1st ed.] © Oct. 1, 1943; A 178068. 125 

Chase (Rhoda) illus . For the children's hour, by 
Carolyn Sherwin Bailey and Clara M. Lewis. 
Illustrated by R. Chase. © Dec. 13, 1943; A 
177790; Piatt feMunkco., inc., New York. 126 

Chase (Stuart) Where's the money coming from? 
© Nov. 29, 1943; A 177789; Twentieth century 
fund, inc., New York. 127 

Chase California codes. 7th biennial ed. [1943] © 
Dec. 14, 1943; A 177945; Chase law book co., 
San Francisco. 128 

Chinese ministry of information, comp. China hand- 
book, 1937-1943. A comprehensive survey of 
major developments in China in six years of war. 
© Dec. 21, 1943; A 177666; Chinese news ser- 
vice, inc., New York. 129 

Chorley (Katharine Campbell)* Ambleside, West- 
moreland, England. Armies and the art of 
revolution. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1943; A ad int. 
27994; pubd. Nov. 22. 130 

Chow (S. R.) Winning the peace in the Pacific. © 
Jan. 4, 1944; A 177897; Secretariat, Institute of 
Pacific relations, New York. 131 

Christopher (Frederick) Minor surgery. © Jan. 14, 
1944; A 178235; W. B.Saunders co., Philadelphia. 

132 

Chuse (Anne R.) Costume design. ©Mar. 28, 1930; 
A 177756; Bridgman publishers, inc., Pelham, N. 
Y. 133 



Clark (Ralph H.)* New Haven, 
ry with the Bamboo club. 
177731. 



Quarter of a centu- 

© Dec. 16, 1943; A 

134 



Clark (Thomas Curtis)* Maywood, HI. 
dreams. © Jan. 12, 1944; A 178196. 



God's 
135 



Clifford (Harold B.) Canada my neighbor. © Jan. 
3, 1944; A 178003; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 136 

Cobb (Stanwood)* Chevy Chase, Md. Way of life of 
Wu Ming Fu. © Oct. 1, 1942; A 177681. 137 

Cohen (Israel) Vilna. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 177684; 
Jewish publication soc. of America, Philadelphia. 

138 



Cole (George Douglas Howard)* 
Means to full employment. <£ 
A ad int. 28007; pubd. Nov. 8, 



Hendon, England. 
1 c. Jan. 4, 1944; 
1943. 139 



Colegrove (Kenneth) American senate and world 
peace. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178179; Vanguard press, 
inc., New York. 140 

Coleman (Marion Moore) ed. Polish land, antholo- 
gy in prose and verse. © Dec. 14, 1943; A 
177709; A. P. Coleman & M. M. Coleman, New 
York. 141 



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Colin (Galen C.) Rio Red. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 177953; 
Phoenix press, New York. 142 

Collas (Clare)* Farnborough, Hampshire, England. 
Flying village © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; A ad int. 
27984; pubd. Nov. 1. 143 

Collis (Maurice Stewart)* Maidenhead, Berkshire, 
England, Motherly and auspicious. © 1 c. Dec. 
30, 1943; A ad int. 28038; pubd. Nov 5. 144 

Connington (J. J.) Jack-in-the-box [1st ed.] © 
Jan. 19, 1944; A 178264; Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 145 

Coulton (G. G.) Fourscore years. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1944; A ad int. 28026; pubd. Nov. 19, 1943; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 146 

Coverack (Gilbert) ATS mystery. © 1 c. Jan 20, 
1944; A ad int. 28053; pubd. Nov. 25, 1943; J. 
Russell Warren, London. 147 

Craig (Clarence Tucker) One God, one world. © 
Oct. 20, 1943; A 177888; Internatl. committee of 
Young men's Christian assns., New York. 148 

Crampton (C. Ward) Fighting fitness, by C. W. 
Crampton, with the editorial assistance of Ken 
Littlefield. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178233; McGraw- 
Hill book co., inc., New York. 149 

Craven (Thomas) ed. 150, 151 

Cartoon cavalcade. © Dec. 3, 1943; A 177781; 

Simon & Schuster, inc., New York. 
Story of painting from cave pictures to modern 

art. © Dec. 6, 1943; A 177780; T. Craven, 

Great Neck, L. I., N. Y. 



Creswell (Harry Bulkeley)* 
tirement. © 1 c. Jan. 8 
pubd. Dec. 8, 1943. 



London. Grig in re- 

1944; A ad int. 28019; 

152 



Crouse (John H.)* Worcester. Triumph of the 
kingdom of God. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 177691. 

153 

Curtis (Carlton C.) Complete guide to North Ameri- 
can trees, by C. C. Curtis and S. C. Bausor. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; A 178300; Greenberg, publisher, 
inc., New York 154 

Curtis (Francis D.) Everyday biology, by F. D. 
Curtis, Otis W. Caldwell and Nina Henry Sher- 
man. © July 30, 1943; A 177629; Ginn & co., 
Boston. 155 

[Cuthrell (Faith Baldwin)]* New Canaan, Conn. He 
married a doctor, by Faith Baldwin. [Wared.] 
© Jan. 10, 1944; A 178044. 156 

Czechoslovak ministry of foreign affairs. Czecho- 
slovakia fights back. © Oct. 28, 1943; A 177624; 
Amer. council on public affairs, Washington. 

157 

Dallmann (William) Short stories by Jesus. © Dec. 
17, 1943; A 177914; Concordia pub. house, St. 
Louis. 158 

Daly (Elizabeth)* New York. Arrow pointing no- 
where. [War ed.] © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178184. 

159 



Dana (H. E.) Holy Spirit in Acts. © Nov. 13, 1943; 
A 177986; Central seminary press, Kansas City, 
Kan. 160 

Davidson (William) ed. Tall tales they tell in the 
services, ed. by Bill Davidson. © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 177923; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New 
York. 161 

Davson(Hugh) Permeability of natural membranes, 
by H. Davson and James Frederic Danielli. © 
Dec. 29, 1943; A 177794; Macmillan co., New 
York. 162 

Delanty(H. M.)* Aberdeen, Wash. Along the water- 
front. © Nov. 15, 1943; A 177815. 163 

De Lorimier (Alfred A.) The anthropathies. © 
Dec. 16, 1943; A 177728; Year book publishers, 
inc., Chicago. 164 

Deming (Horace G,)* Lincoln, Neb. General chem- 
istry. © Jan. 4, 1944; A 178010. 165 

Dene (Shafto) Trail blazing in the skies. © Nov. 5, 
1943; A 178332; Goodyear tire & rubber co., 
Akron, O. 166 

[Denney (Diana)]* Newbury, Berkshire, England. 
Wild cherry, by Diana Ross. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1944; A ad int. 28056; pubd. Dec. 17, 1943. 

167 

Dickens (Monica)* London. The fancy. © 1 c. Jan. 
18, 1944; A ad int. 28042; pubd. Nov. 22, 1943. 

168 

Dimick (Chester E.) Mathematics for mariners. 
[By] C. E. Dimick and Cuthbert C. Hurd. © Jan . 
14, 1944; A 178193; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., 
New York. 169 

Ditmars (Raymond L.) Twenty little pets from 
everywhere. © Dec. 12, 1943; A 178248; Julian 
Messner, inc., New York. 170 

Doppelt (Frederic A.) Dialogue with God. © Dec. 
20, 1943; A 177830; Dorrance & co., inc., Phil- 
adelphia. 171 

Douglas (C. L.) James Bowie, the life of a bravo. 
© Jan. 3, 1944; A 178022; Banks Upshaw & co., 
Dallas. 172 

Dowding (Hugh)* London. Many mansions. © 1 c. 
Jan. 19, 1944; A ad int. 28039; pubd. Nov. 25, 
1943. 173 

Draney (John) Diesel locomotives electrical equip- 
ment. © Dec. 23, 1943; A 177656; Amer. 
technical soc, Chicago. 174 

Drawbell (James Wedgwood)* London. All change 
here. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; A ad int. 28040; pubd. 
Nov. 25, 1943. v 175 

Drummond (Josiah Hayden) Descendants of Alex- 
ander Drummond of Georgetown, Maine. © Nov. 
9, 1942; A 178173; Joseph Blake Drummond, South 
Portland, Me. 176 

Duffus(R. L.)* Westport, Conn. Innocents at Cedro. 
© Jan. 25, 1944; A 178296. 177 



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Dunlop (John T.) Wage determination under trade 
unions. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178215; Macmillan 
co., New York. 178 

Duvoisin (Roger) illus . Mother Goose. [Collected 
by] William Rose Benet, arranged and illustrated 
by R. Duvoisin. © Nov. 17, 1943; A 177812; 
Heritage press, New York. 179 

Easton (John)* Anniesland, Glasgow, Scotland. 
British postage stamp design. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1943; A ad int. 28021; pubd. Nov. 5. 180 

Eaton (Howard O.) Federation, the coming struc- 
ture of world government, by H. O. Eaton, T. V. 
Soong [and others] © Jan. 4, 1944; A 178145; 
University of Oklahoma press, Norman, Okl. 

181 

Ehrmann (Bess V.)* Rockport, Ind. Back trails of 
Indiana. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 177752. 182 

Elbin (Paul N.) Bible question bee. © Sept. 17, 
1943; A 177890; Internatl. committee of Young 
men's Christian assns., New York. 183 

Electronic engineering, v. 16, no. 190, Dec, 1943. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1943; A ad int. 27986; pubd. Nov. 
30; Hulton press, ltd., London, 184 

Embree (John F.) Japanese peasant songs. © Jan. 
14, 1944; A 178198; Amer. folklore soc, inc., 
Philadelphia. 185 

Emerson (William R. P.) Health for the having. © 
Jan. 11, 1944; A 178090; Macmillan co., New 
York. 186 

Emett (Frederick Rowland) & Emett (Elsie Mary)* 
Birmingham, Warwickshire, England. Anthony 
and Antimacassar. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1943; A ad 
int. 27998; pubd. Nov. 22. 187 

[Emmenegger (Emile)]* Lausanne, Switzerland. 
Desmalins n'enparlentpas. [Par] Emile Emmen 
[pseud.] © Aug. 10, 1943; A for. 48665. 188 

Encyclopaedia britannica. v. 1-24. © Jan. 5, 1944; 
A 177992; Encyclopaedia britannica, inc., Chi- 
cago. 189 

[Engelke (George)] Degrees of the zodiac symbol- 
ised, by Charubel. [Preface by G. Engelke] © 
May 15, 1943; A 177863; Aries press, Chicago. 

190 

English (E. Schuyler) Studies in the Gospel accord- 
ing to Mark. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178299; Arno C. 
Gaebelein, inc., New York. 191 

English institute annual, 1942. Edited by Rudolf 
Kirk. © Nov. 30, 1943; A 178125; Columbia univ. 
press, New York. 192 

[Epstein (Samuel)] Road to Alaska, by Douglas Coe. 
© Nov. 5, 1943; A 178246; Julian Messner, inc., 
New York. 193 



Evans (Harold Muir)* Greenbanks, Beccles, Suf- 
folk, England. Sting-fish and seafarer. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1944; A ad int. 28020; pubd. Dec. 8, 1943. 

194 



Ever son (Ray D.)* Acton, Ind. Everson farm man- 
ual. © Jan. 1, 1944; A 178298. 195 

Eyring (Henry), Walter (John)* Princeton, N. J. & 
Kimball (George E.)* New York. Quantum 
chemistry. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178256. 196 

Falls (Cyril) Ordeal by battle. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 
178345; Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New 
York. 197 

Farnol (John Jeffery)* Eastbourne, England. King 
liveth. © 1 c. Dec. 6, 1943; A ad int. 27980; 
pubd. Oct. 9. 198 

Fay (Eliot G.) Au college militaire. © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 178177; Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 199 

Federal code annotated, v. 6A. 1943 replacement 
volume. © Dec. 23, 1943; A 177993; Bobbs- 
Merrill co., Indianapolis. 200 

Federal reporter. Second series, v. 137 F. 2d. © 
Dec. 29, 1943; A 178132; West pub co., St. Paul. 

201 

Federal supplement, v. 50. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 
177836; West pub. co., St. Paul. 202 

Fenwick(E. P.) Inconvenient corpse. [War ed.] © 
Dec. 30, 1943; A 178230; Farrar & Rinehart, 



inc., New York. 



203 



Ferguson (W. S.) Buildings and manufacturing 
equipment. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178140; Lincoln 
extension institute, inc., Cleveland. 204 

Field (Peter) Smoking iron. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 
177966; William Morrow & co., inc., New York. 

205 

Fitch (Robert E.) Certain blind man. © Jan. 17, 
1944; A 178170; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 206 

Fitzgerald (Gerald M. C.) Path of love. © Dec. 8, 
1943; A 177760; Frederick Pustet co., inc., New 
York. 207 



Fixler (Edgar L.)* Delta, O. 
15, 1943; A 177808. 



The peddler. © Nov. 



Fleming (Berry)* Augusta, Ga. Ode for the night 
of the day after Thanksgiving day, 1932. © Dec. 
21, 1943; A 177852. 209 

Florida. Florida statutes annotated, v. 13-17. © 
Nov. 29, Dec. 27, 1943; A 177620, 177621, 178133- 
178135; Harrison co., Atlanta & West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 210-214 

Flynn (Harry Eugene) Voices of verse. Books 1, 
2. By H. E. Flynn, Ray Butts MacLean [and] 
Chester Benford Lund. ©July 7, 1943; A 178098, 
178099; Lyons & Carnahan, Chicago. 215, 216 

Forbes (Ethel R.) ed^ Muse of 1943. © Dec. 1, 
1943; A 178304; Horizon house, New York. 

217 

Foster (Major B.) Banking. © Oct. 25, 1943; A 
177687; Alexander Hamilton institute, inc., New 
York. 218 



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Fowlie (Wallace) Clowns and angels. 
1943; A 177900: Sheed & Ward, inc. 



© Dec. 22, 

New York. 

219 



[Frank (Karl B.)] Germany after Hitler, by Paul 
Hagen [pseud.] © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178169; 
Farrar & Rlnehart, inc., New York. 220 

French (Maida Parlow)* Toronto. Boughs bend 
over. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; A ad int. 28003; 
pubd. Nov. 6. 221 

Freud (Arthur)* Hartford. World without nations. 
© Dec. 16, 1943; A 177617. 222 

Frings (Ketti)* Beverly Hills, Calif. God's front 
porch. © Jan. 21, 1944; A 178312. 223 

Frye (A. E.) New Canadian geography, by A. E. 
Fryp and I. Gammell. [War supplement by 
Wallace W. Atwood and Helen Goss Thomas] © 
May 14, 1943; A 177632; Ginn & co., Boston. 

224 

Fuller (Charles E.) Manna in the morning. [By] -C. 
E. Fuller and J. Elwin Wright. © Nov! 27, 1943; 
A 178194; Fellowship press, Boston. 225 

Fuller (Edmund) comp. Complete etchings of Goya, 
© Dec. 1. 1943; A 177725; Crown publishers, 
New York. 226 

Gaddis (Peggy) Happy landing! © Aug. 14, 1943; A 
177722; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 227 

[Galdston (Iago)] ed. Health education on the in- 
dustrial front. © Dec. 14, 1943; A 177821; Co- 
lumbia univ. press, New York. 228 

Gallatin (Albert Eugen) Georges Braque, essay and 
bibliography. © Dec. 29, 1943; A 177982; Wltten- 
born & co., New York. 229 

Gardiner (Henry Rolf)* Shaftesbury, Dorsetshire, 
England. England herself. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1943: 
A ad int. 27995, pubd. Nov. 22. 230 

Garnett (A. Campbell)* Chicago. Realistic philos- 
ophy of religion. © Sept. 15, 1942; A 178306. 

231 

Garrison (Anne)ir. They shall inherit the earth. 
[By] Otto Zoff. Translated by A. Garrison. © 
Nov. 29, 1943; A 177736; Otto Zoff, New York. 

232 

Gatty (Harold) Raft book. © Nov. 23, 1943; A 
178118; Harold & Fenna Gatty, New York. 

233 



Gayle (Ethel)* Montgomery, Ala. Murder buys a 
rug. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178045. 234 



Geiseman (O. A.) God's answer. © Dec. 2, 1943; A 
177613: Ernst Kaufmann, inc., New York. 235 

George (Llewellyn) 236, 237 

A to Z horoscope maker and delineator. © Dec. 

18, 1943; A 177690. 
Lectures on astrology. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 177910, 
© Llewellyn publications, ltd., Los Angeles. 



[George (Robert Esmonde Gordon)]* Oxford, Eng- 
land. Carmelite and poet, by Robert Sencourt. 
© 1 c. Dec. 24, 1943; A ad int. 27983; pubd. Oct. 
29. 238 

Gibb (George Sweet) Whitesmiths of Taunton; a 
history of Reed and Barton, 1824-1943. © Dec. 
15, 1943; A 177775; President & fellows of Har- 
vard college, Cambridge, Mass. 239 

Gibbons (Cromwell)* 7ilton, Conn. Military dec- 
orations and campaign service bars of the 
United States. [1st ed.] © Dec. 23, 1943; A 177705. 

240 

Gibbs (Philip)* Dibdene, Shamley Greene, Surrey, 
England. Bridging theAtlantic. [1st ed.] © Dec. 
17, 1943; A 177609. 241 

Gierut (Jozef A.) & Jasinski (Walery J.)* Orchard 
Lake, Mich. O katolicka Polonie Amerykanska. 
© Nov. 17, 1943; A 177748. 242 

Giles (Nell)* Cambridge, Mass. Punch in, Susie, 
by N. Giles. Drawings by Alan Dunn. [Foreword 
by Nicholas M. DuChemin] © Sept. 8, 1943; A 
178273. 243 

Gillum (G. N.) Modern physician and home medical 
guide, by G. N. Gillum, in collaboration with L. 
W. Gillum. © Oct. 25, 1943; A 178271; Wilcox & 
Follett co., Chicago. 244 

Gingrich (Raymond E.) Outline and analysis of the 
First epistle of John. © Sept. 28, 1943;A 177846; 
Zondervan pub. house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 245 

Gittelsohn (Roland B.) Modern Jewish problems. © 
Oct. 18, 1943; A 177673; Union of Amer. Hebrew 
congregations, Cincinnati. 246 

Glenn (Garrard) Mortgages, deeds of trust, and 
other security devices as to land. v. 1-3, © 
Dec. 1, 1943; A 177879; Michie co., Charlottes- 
ville, Va. & Baker, Voorhis & co., inc., New 
York. 247 

Glueck (Anitra Joyce) Light and shadow and other 
poems,- © Nov. 19, 1943; A 177824; Dorrance & 
co., inc., Philadelphia. 248 

Goehring (Edward P.) Marine piping handbook for 
designers -fitters-operators. © Jan. 1, 1944; A 
178015; Cornell maritime press, New York. 

249 

Goethe (Charles Matthias)* Sacramento, Calif. 
Slerran cabin., from skyscraper. © Dec. 18, 
1943; A 177698. 250 

Goldberg (Abraham) Pioneers and builders. © Oct. 
1, 1943; A 1 77990; Abraham Goldberg publication 
committee, New York. 251 

Gollomb (Joseph) Young heroes of the war, by J. 
Gollomb and Alice Taylor. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 
177711; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 252 

Goodhue (Cornelia)* Silver Spring, Md. Journey in- 
to the fog. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178071. 

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Goodman (Herman) Your hair, its health, beauty 
and growth. © Dec. 27, 1943; A 177773; Garden 
City pub. co., inc., New York. 254 

Goodman (Kennard E.) Economics in everyday life, 
by K. E. Goodman and William L.Moore. © Oct. 
22, 1943; A 177642; Ginn & co., Boston. 255 

Gordon (Don) Statement. Poems. © Dec. 1, 1943; 
A 177940; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 256 



Gould (Chester)* Chicago, 
tective. Authorized ed. 
178329. 



Dick Tracy, ace de- 

© Nov. 29, 1943; A 

257 



Gray (Philip H.) jr_.,* Madison, Wis. 
fire. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 178175. 



Ordeal by 
258 



[Great Britain. Air ministry] Over to you. New 
broadcasts by the R. A. F. © 1 c.Dec. 17, 1943; 
A ad int. 28024; pubd. Dec. 16; His Majesty's 
stationery office, London. 259 

Green (Paul) Hawthorn tree. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 
177699; University of North Carolina press, 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 260 

Greitzer (Samuel L.) Elementary topography and 
map reading. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178234; Mc- 
Graw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 261 

Griffin (James Bennett) Fort Ancient aspect. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; A 178272; University of Michigan, 
Ann Arbor. 262 

Guerney (Bernard Guilbert) ed. Treasury of Rus- 
sian literature. © Nov. 30, 1943; A 177618; Van- 
guard press, inc., New York. 263 

[Guterman (Norbert)] tr_. No quarter, by Konstantin 
Simonov. [Translated by N. Guterman] © Nov. 
30, 1943; A 177885; L. B. Fischer pub. corp., 
New York. 264 

Hackforth-Jones (Gilbert)* Bath, Somerset, Eng- 
land. Submarine alone. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1944; A 
ad int. 28028; pubd. Nov. 30, 1943. 265 

Haefner (Ralph) Brazil, land of surprises. © Nov. 
2, 1943; A 178101; Lyons & Carnahan, Chicago. 

266 

Har court-Smith (Simon)* Bembridge, Isle of Wight, 
England. Alberoni. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1944; A ad 
int. 28043; pubd. Nov. 22, 1943. 267 

Harding (Warren G.)^. American looks at Aus- 
tralia. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 177864; Review and 
herald pub. assn., Washington. 268 

Harned (Herbert S.) Physical chemistry of electro- 
lytic solutions, by H. S. Harned and Benton B. 
Owen, © Dec. 31, 1943; A 177913; Reinhold pub. 
corp., New York. 269 

Harper (William Strickland)* Hamden, Conn. 
Thoughts as life was lived. © Dec. 14, 1943; A 
177765. 270 

Harrisson (Tom) ed.. War factory. © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1943; A ad int. 27978; pubd. Oct. 25; Mass- 
observation, London. 271 



Hart (Henry H.) Venetian adventurer. © Jan.4, 
1944; A 178167; Board of trustees of the Leland 
Stanford junior college, Stanford University, 
Calif. 272 

Harvard studies in classical philology, v. 54. © 
Dec. 27, 1943; A 178001; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 273 

Hathaway (Winifred) Education and health of the 
partially seeing child. © Dec. 3, 1943; A 177772; 
Columbia univ. press, New York. 274 

Hawkins (John) & Hawkins (Ward)* Portland, Or. 
Broken River. [1st ed.] © Jan. 24, 1944; A 
178311. 275 

Hawkins (Robert Martyr) Recovery of the histor- 
ical Paul. © Nov. 15, 1943; A 177626; Vander- 
bilt univ. press, Nashville. 276 

Hayes (Mariorie)* Chestnut Hill, Mass. Homer's 
Hill. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178185. 277 

Hayward (Walter S.) American people, by W. S. 
Hayward and Dorothy Adams Hamilton. © Dec. 
1, 1943; A 178172; Sheridan house, inc., New 
York. 278 

Heilbrunn (L. V.) Outline of general physiology. © 
Dec. 23, 1943; A 177737; W. B. Saunders co., 
Philadelphia. 279 

[Hemingway (Martha Gellhorn)]* San Francisco de 
Paula, Cuba. Liana, by Martha Gellhorn. © Jan. 
17, 1944; A 178171. ' 280 



Henry (Robert Selph) Trains. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 
178041; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 281 

Hichens (Robert Smythe)* Romersteig, Maienfeld, 
Grisons, Switzerland. Veils. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1943; A ad int. 27975; pubd. Oct. 21. 282 

Hinkel (Ralph E.) Educational guide in air trans- 
portation, by R. E. Hinkel and Leo Baron. © 
Dec. 23, 1943; A 177787; Transcontinental & 
western air, inc., Kansas City, Mo. 283 



Hobbs (Franklyn) Gold, the real ruler of the World. 
© Dec. 24, 1943; A 177858; Business foundation, 
Chicago. 284 

Hobensack (Alice Bartow) Church in our commu- 
nity. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 177694; Westminster 
press, Philadelphia. 285 

Hobson (Dorothy) Let there be light. © Sept. 25, 
1943; A 177854; Bruce Fitzgerald, New York. 

286 

Holding (Elizabeth Sanxay)* New York. Old Battle - 
ax. © Dec. 3, 1943; A 177779. 287 

Hollender (Abraham R.) Office treatment of the 
nose, throat and ear. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 178148; 
Year book publishers, inc., Chicago. 288 

Holliston (Carol) Wait for me, darling. © Jan. 3, 
1944;A177951;Gramercypub.co.,NewYork. 289 



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[Holloway (Beatrice M.)]* Pasadena. From the 
garden of silence, by Alexandra McLean [pseud.] 
© Dec. 23, 1943; A 177744. 290 

Holme (Bryan) ed. Master drawings. © Dec. 18, 
1943; A 177902; Studio publications, inc., New 
York. 291 

Holmes (Harry N.) Out of the test tube. © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 177857; Emerson books, inc., New York. 

292 

[Holmes (John Haynes)] Our Lady, by Upton Sin- 
clair. [Introduction and slight changes in text, 
by J. H. Holmes] © Sept. 15, 1943; A 177721; 
Upton Sinclair, Monrovia, Calif. 293 

Hopkins (Gerard) tr. Work and play, by Jules Ro- 
mains. Translated from the French, by G. Hop- 
kins. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178208; Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. . 294 

[Horning (Mary Fortunata, sister) ] Aids to will 
training in Christian education, by two sisters of 
Notre Dame. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 177727; Fred- 
erick Pustet co M (inc.), New York. 295 

Horton (Marion) ed. A. L. A. catalog, 1937-1941. 
© Dec. 29, 1943; A 177877; Amer. library assn., 
Chicago. 296 

Hotz (Robert B.) With General Chennault, by R. B. 
Hotz, with the assistance of George L. Paxton, 
Robert H. Neale and Parker S. Dupouy. © Nov. 
29, 1943; A 177962; Coward -McCann, inc., New 
York. 297 

Howard (Joseph Kinsey) Montana, high, wide, and 
handsome. © Nov. 30, 1943; A 177783; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 298 

Howe (Roland L.)* Philadelphia. History of a church 
(Dunker) with comments featuring the First 
church of the brethren of Philadelphia, Pa., 1813- 
1943. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177675. 299 

Hubbart (Henry Clyde) Ohio Wesleyan's first hun- 
dred years. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 178066; Ohio 
Wesleyan univ., Delaware, O. 300 

Huff (George D.)* San Diego, Calif. Gynecology, 
diseases and surgery of women. © Oct. 30, 1943; 
A 177926. 301 

Hunt (J. McV.) ed. Personality and the behavior 
disorders, v. 1, 2. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178254; 
Ronald press co., New York. 302 

Hunter (Milton Reed)* Logan, Utah. Utah in her 
western setting. © Sept. 1, 1943; A 178242. 

303 

Hurd (Louis M.) Modern poultry farming. © Jan. 
18, 1944; A 178216; Macmillan co., New York. 

304 

Hurst (Fannie)* New York. Hallelujah. [1st ed.] 
© Jan. 5, 1944; A 177999. 305 

Hasted (Mary Irving) Hudson River children. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; A 178062; Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston. 306 



Hutchinson (Paul)* Winnetka, HI. From victory to 
peace. © Nov. 15, 1943; A 178237. 307 

Hutton (Edna Rait) Carols of the ages. © Nov. 22, 
1943; A 177669; C. D. Pantle, St. Louis. 308 

Hlustrated London news. v. 203. 309-313 

No. 5456, Nov. 13, 1943. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1943; 

A ad int. 27990; pubd. Nov. 13. 
No. 5458, Nov. 27, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28017; pubd. Nov. 27, 1943. 
No. 5459, Dec. 4, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1944; A 

ad int. 28030; pubd. Dec. 4, 1943. 
No. 5460, Dec. 11, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; A 

ad int. 28047; pubd. Dec. 11, 1943. 
No. 5461, Dec. 18, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; 

A ad int. 28046; pubd. Dec. 18, 1943; 
King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Indiana. Supreme court. Reports of the cases de- 
cided in the Supreme court of Indiana, v. 220. 
© Dec. 27, 1943; A 177817; State of Indiana, 
Indianapolis. 314 

Infantry journal, comp . 315-318 

Armored forces of the United States army. © 

Dec. 2, 1943; A 177970. 
Army air forces of the United States. © Dec. 

2, 1943; A 177969. 
Coast artillery corps of the United States army. 

© Dec. 2, 1943; A 177971. 
Corps of engineers of the United States army. 

© Dec. 2, 1943; A 177968. 
Rand McNally & co., Chicago. 

Ingersoll (William Henry) Arkansas in retrospect. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; A 177851; Burton pub. co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 319 

Ingram (Madelene Elliott) Principles of psychiatric 
nursing. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 177972; W. B. Saun- 
ders co., Philadelphia. 320 

Instruments of leadership, a symposium of address- 
es. © July 3, 1943; A 178149; Gustavus Adol- 
phus college, St. Peter, Minn. 321 

Jackson (David) Gridiron gambler. © Dec. 22, 1943; 
A 177828; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 

322 

[Jacob (Iris Morley)]* London. Mighty years, by 
Iris Morley. © 1 c.Jan. 4, 1944; A ad int. 18005; 
pubd. Nov. 8, 1943. 323 

Jacobi (Jolan) Psychology of Jung. © Nov. 15, 1943; 
A 178160; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 324 

Jamieson (Elizabeth Marion) Trends in nursing 
history. [By] E. M. Jamieson and Mary Sewell. 
© Jan. 3, 1944; A 178054; W.. B. Saunders co., 
Philadelphia. 325 

Jansen (William)* New York & Allen (Nellie B.)* 
Lake Worth, Fla. How people live. © Nov. 29, 
1943; A 177631. 326 

Jenkins (Glenn L.)* Lafayette, Ind. & Hartung (W. 
H.)* Baltimore. Chemistry of organic medici- 
nal products. © Dec. 29, 1943; A 177837. 

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Johnson (Melvin M.) jr. & Haven (Charles T.)* 
Boston. Ammunition, its history, development 
and use, 1600 to 1943— .22 BB cap to 20 mm. 
shell. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177880. 328 

Jones (Edgar DeWitt) Man stood up to preach. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; A 177668; C. D. Pantle, St. Louis. 

329 



Jones (Lucile Blair)* 
surgeon. © Jan. 19, 



New York. Songs for a 
1944; A 178263. 330 



Joscelyn (Archie) Blue River riders. © Jan. 3, 
1944; A 177954; Phoenix press, New York. 

331 

Keene (Carolyn) Secret in the old attic. © Jan. 15, 
1944; A 178166; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 332 

Kelen (Emery) Yussuf the ostrich. ©Dec. 28, 1943; 
A 177801; Hyperion press, New York. 333 

Kelsen (Hans) Society and nature. © Dec. 14, 1943; 
A 177718; University of Chicago> Chicago. 

334 

Kelty (Mary G.) 335, 336 

Life in modern America. © Aug. 4, 1943; A 

177628. 
Modern American life, by M. G. Kelty and Sister 

Blanche Marie. © Oct. 5, 1943; A 177649. 
© Ginn & co., Boston. 

Kenny (Nick)* New York. Day unto day, by N. 
Kenny. Compiled and edited by Ethel Paige. © 
Dec. 6, 1943; A 178213. 337 

Kerr (Walter)* New York. Russian army, its men, 
its leaders and its battles. [1st ed.] © Jan. 17, 
1944; A 178202. 338 

Kingsley (Elizabeth S.) Double -crostics. Series 
15. © Nov. 29, 1943; A 177834; Simon & Schus- 
ter, inc., New York. 339 

Kirby (Louis Paul) Et cetera. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 
177764; Edward K. Meador, Boston. 340 

[Kleinknecnt (Christian F.)] comp. Poor Richard's 
anthology on father and son. Compiled and ed- 
ited by Poor Richard [pseud.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 
178026; Shaw pub. co., Washington. 341 

Knight (Kathleen Moore)* Martha's Vineyard, Mass. 
Design in diamonds. © Jan. 7, 1944, A 177963. 

342 

Koehler (Walter A.)* Morgantown, W. Va. Prin- 
ciples and applications of electrochemistry, v. 
2. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178330. 343 

Krueger (Walter W.) Fundamentals of personal 
hygiene. © Jan. 4, 1944; A 178188; W. B. Saun- 
ders co. , Philadelphia. 344 

Kuhns (William R.) ed. Return of opportunity. [1st 
ed.] © Jan. 5, 1944; A 178000; Harper &bros., 
New York. 345 

LaBorde (Adras P.) Roger Wilco A B C of radio 
for flyers. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177657, Military 
service pub. co., Harrisburg, Pa. 346 



Lacy (Benjamin Rice) jr. Revivals in the midst of 
the years. © Dec. 2, 1943; A 177614; John Knox 
press, Richmond. 347 

Ladd (William Palmer) Prayer book interleaves. 
© Jan. 7, 1944, A 176251; Oxford univ. press, 
New York, inc., New York. 348 

[Lake 0- B.)] Pay-off, by Joe Barry [pseud.] © 
July 10, 1943; A 178037; Arcadia house, inc., 
New York. 349 

Lake (Thomas T.)* Philadelphia. Fundamentals of 
applied psychiatry for non-medical physicians. 
© Dec. 14, 1943, A 177685. 350 

Larimer (Mabel Gilbert)* Brookville, Pa. Blend- 
ing all colors. © Nov. 29, 1943; A 178346. 

351 

Lawler (Thomas Bonaventure)* New York. 

352, 353 
Essentials of American history. © Aug. 18, 

1943; A 177636. 
Historia general del mundo. © Sept. 29, 1943; 
A 177646. 

LeDoux (Lucien Amaron)* New Orleans. Doctor s 
book for women. ©Aug. 21, 1943; A 177701. 

354 

Leeming (Joseph) Games to make and play at home. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; A 177925; D Appleton-Century 
co., inc., New York. 355 

Leibensperger (Elmer I.) History and genealogy of 
the Leibensperger family. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 
178245; Leibensperger family assn. s Kutztown, 
Pa. 456 



LeMaster (Clarence Allen) Aircraft sheet metal 
work. © Jan. 17, 1944, A 178199; Amer. tech- 
nical soc, Chicago. 



357 



Le Prade (Ruth) Song tree. © Aug. 2, 1943; A 
177911; J. F. Rowny press, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

358 

Levitats (Isaac) Jewish community in Russia, 1772- 
1844. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 177979; Columbia univ. 
press, New York. 359 

Levy (Rosalie Marie)* New York. Thirty years 
with Christ. © Dec. 17, 1943, A 177659. 360 

Lewis (Nolan D. C.) Outlines for psychiatric ex- 
aminations. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 178065; New 
York state dept. of mental hygiene, Albany. 361 

Lichtwitz (Leopold) Pathology and therapy of 
rheumatic fever. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 178217; 
Grune & Stratton, New York. 362 



363, 364 
1 c.Oct. 6; A ad int. 27848; 



Lilliput.v. 13. 1943. 
No. 4, Oct., 1943. 

pubd. Sept. 15. 
No. 6, Dec, 1943. © 1 c. Dec. 28; A ad int. 

27991; pubd. Nov. 23. 
© Pocket publications, ltd., London. 

Linton (Irwin H.) Lawyer examines the Bible. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; A 177658; W. A. Wilde CO., Bos- 
ton. 365 



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Lipscomb (David) Commentary on the New Testa- 
ment Epistles, by D. Lipscomb. Edited, with 
additional notes, by J. W. Shepherd, v. I. © Sept. 
10, 1943; A 178218; Gospel advocate co., Nash- 
ville. 366 

[ Livingston (William T.)] ecL Financial and business 
statements, by Leo Greendlinger. [Revisions" 
by W. T. Livingston] © Aug. 16, 1943; A 177928; 
Alexander Hamilton institute, inc., New York. 

3&7 

Lockridge (Frances) & Lockridge (Richard)* New 
York. Killing the goose. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 
1944; A 178339. 368 

Loeb (Isidor) ed. Debates of the Missouri con- 
stitutional convention of 1875. Edited by I. 
Loeb and Floyd C. Shoemaker, v. 11. © Dec. 
30, 1943; A 178121; State historical soc. of Mis- 
souri, Columbia, Mo. 369 

Lofts (Nor ah) Golden fleece. [1st American ed.] © 
Jan. 17, 1944; A 178206; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 370 

Lomax (Bliss) Saddle hawks. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 
1944; A 177996; Doubleday, Doran & CO., inc., 
New York. 371 

Long (Amelia Reynolds) Death has a will. © Jan. 
3, 1944; A 177948; Phoenix press, New York. 

372 

Loomis (Louise Ropes) ed. Aristotle on Man in the 
universe. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 178117; Walter J. 
Black, inc., New York. 373 

L.oos (Amandus W.) tr_. Divine -human encounter, 
by Emil Brunner. Translated by A. W. Loos. © 
Aug. 1, 1943; A 177810; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 374 

Louisiana. Supreme court. Louisiana reports, v. 
203. © Dec. 6, 1943; A 177738; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 375 

Love (Gladys) Thy Kingdom come! © Dec. 17, 
1943; A 177831; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadel- 
phia. 376 

Lowrie (Albert Bruckner)* Dearborn, Mich. Build- 
ing templar masonry. © Dec. 29, 1943; A 178212. 

377 

Lowrie (Walter) Short story of Jesus. © Dec. 6, 
1943; A 177611; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 378 

Lucas (Curtis) Flour is dusty. © Dec. 29, 1943; 
A 177829; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 

379 



Luccock (Halford E.) Acts of the Apostles in pres- 
ent-day preaching. One volume ed. © Mar. 1, 
1942; A 178307; Willett, Clark & co., Chicago. 



McCay (Clive M.) Nutrition of the dog. © Dec. 6, 
1943; A 177672; Comstock pub. co., inc., Ithaca, 
N. Y. 381 



[McCloskey (Richard Gordon)] R. O. T. C. manual 
for essentially military schools. First and sec- 
ond years. Basic course. 11th ed. [By R. G. 
McCloskey and others] © Dec. 17, 1943; A 
177959; Military service pub. co., Harrisburg, 
Pa. 382 



McCord (David)* Cambridge, Mass. 
© Dec. 22, 1943; A 178031. 



On occasion. 
383 



[McCrindle (Susan Ertz)]* Wineham, Sussex, Eng- 
land. Anger in the sky, by Susan Ertz. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1944; A ad int. 28032; pubd. Nov. 15, 1943. 



McDiarmid (E. W.) Administration of the American 
public library, by E. W. McDiarmid and John 
McDiarmid. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178309; Amer. 
library assn., Chicago. 385 

MacDonald (Wilson)* Aurora, Ontario, Canada. 
Greater poems of the Bible. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 
178091. 386 

McDougald (Roman)* Clayton, La. Deaths of Lora 
Karen. © Jan. 14, 1944; A 178340. 387 

McEniry (E. C.)* Columbus, O. God cares for you. 
© Jan. 5, 1944; A 178181. 388 

MacGaheran (Joseph) Advertising campaigns, by 
J.MacGaheran,in collaboration withMac Martin. 
© Aug. 16, 1943; A 177688; Alexander Hamilton 
institute, inc., New York. 389 

McGiffert (Gertrude Huntington)* Hastings-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. Gargoyles and flying buttress- 
es. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 177908. 390 

McGill (John T.) Vanderbilt chapter of Phi beta 
kappa, 1901-1943. © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178028; 
Vanderbilt univ., Nashville. 391 

McGuire (O. R.) Americans on guard. [New mate- 
rial by O. R. McGuire and Richard Harwood- 
Staderman] © Dec. 30, 1943; A 177755; Amer. 
good government soc, Cincinnati. 392 

McKee (C. W.) ed. What, why, and how of Amer- 
ican free enterprise. © Aug. 15, 1941; A 177811; 
Amer. economic & business foundation, inc., New 
Wilmington, Pa. 393 

McMurry (Robert N.) Handling personality adjust- 
ment in industry. [1st ed.] © Jan. 5, 1944; A 
177998; Harper fcbros., New York. 394 

[Macrae (Mrs. John) _sr.] Handel at the court of 
kings, by Opal Wheeler. [1st ed.] © Nov. 26, 
1943; A 178153; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 395 

McRoberts (Duncan) While China bleeds. © July 
31, 1943; A 177838; Zondervan pub. house, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 396 

Macy (George)* New York. 397, 398 

Sailor's reader. © Nov. 17, 1943; A 177847. 
Soldier's reader. © Nov. 17, 1943; A 177848. 

Magruder (Frank Abbott) American government, 

' 1944. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178178; Allyn & Bacon, 

Boston. 399 



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Mapes (Erwin K.) Yva de cuento, by E. K. Mapes 
and Juan Lopez -Morulas. © Oct. 15, 1943; A 
177645; Ginn & co., Boston. 400 

Margulies (Leo) ed. Flying wildcats. © Aug. 2, 
1943; A 178089; Hampton pub. co., New York. 

401 

Marks (Percy)* Hamden, Conn. Shade of sycamore. 
© Jan. 24, 1944; A 178328. 402 

Marsh (Frank Burr) Modern problems in the an- 
cient world. © Sept. 9,1943; A 177714; Board of 
regents of the Univ. of Texas ^Austin, Tex. 403 

Martin (William Wallace)* Nashville. Ancient 
religious cults. ©Dec. 22, 1943; A 178222. 

404 

Mary Therese, sister . Give Joan a sword. © Jan. 
4, 1944; A 177896; Macmillan co., New York. 

405 

Mary Thomas Aquinas, sister . This is our herit- 
age, by Sister Mary Thomas Aquinas and Mary 
Synon, under the supervision of George Johnson. 
© Aug. 20, 1943; A 177641; Ginn & co., Boston. 

406 

Mathias (Willis D.)* Allentown, Pa. Ideas of God 
and conduct. © Nov. 16, 1943; A 178168. 407 

May (Charles H.) Manual of the diseases of the eye 
for students and general practitioners, by C. H. 
May, with the assistance of Charles A. Perera. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; A 177927; C. H. May, New York. 

408 

Mears (Frederick) Carrier combat. [1st ed.] © 
Jan. 7, 1944; A 178069; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 409 

Meiksins (Gregory) Baltic riddle. © Dec. 6, 1943; 
A 177884; L. B. Fischer pub. Corp., New York. 

410 

Mendoza (Jose Joaquin)* Los Angeles. Spanish as 
you like it. © Nov. 1, 1943; A 177720. 411 

[Mercer (C. W.)]* Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, 
South Africa. Eye for a tooth, by Dornford Yates 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1944; A ad int. 28025; 
pubd. Dec. 7, 1943. 412 

Meyer (Gerard Previn) Louder tnan the drum. © 
Nov. 15, 1943; A 177853; League to support poet- 
ry, New York. 413 

Meyer (Martin) Science of explosives. © Oct. 22, 
1943; A 177816; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New 
York. 414 

Michie co.,* Charlottesville, Va. 415, 416 

Charter and ordinances of the city of Medford, 

Massachusetts, 1943. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 

177878. 
Revised ordinances of the city of Worcester, 

Massachusetts, 1943. Charter and ordinances 

of the city. © Jan. 21, 1944; A 178274. 

Miller (Basil) Praying Hyde. © Oct. 27, 1943; A 
177845; Zondervan pub house, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 417 



Miller (Genevieve) On the influence of trades, pro- 
fessions, and occupations in the United States in 
the production of disease, by Benjamin W. Mc- 
Cready, with introductory essay by G. Miller. © 
Dec. 23, 1943; A 177768; Johns Hopkins press, 
Baltimore. 418 

Miller (Helen Topping) Last lover. © Dec. 31, 
1943; A 177873; D. Appleton-Century co., inc., 
New York. 419 

Miller (John Homer) Take a look at yourself. © 
Oct. 25, 1943; A 177745; Whitnore & Stone, Nash- 
ville. 420 

Milligan (Cora M.)* Los Angeles. Daily walks. © 
Dec. 16, 1943; A 177876. 421 

Mingos (Howard) American heroes of the war in 
the air. v. £ © Dec. 17, 1943; A 177813; Lan- 
ciar publishers, inc., New York. 422 

Minute of prayer. A prayer for every day in the 
year submitted by Protestant ministers, Catholic 
priests and Jewish rabbis. © Nov. 8, 1943; A 
177906; Garden City pub. co., inc., New York. 

423 

Missouri. Supreme court . Reports of cases deter- 
mined between September 8, 1942 and June 1, 
1943. v. 350. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 177782; Mar- 
ion Spicer, Jefferson City, Mo. 424 

Missouri blue book. State reports showing volume 
and page of South western reporter (Blue section) 
© Nov. 1, 1943;A 177804; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

425 

Mixter (George W.) 426, 427 

Primer of navigation. © Dec. 23, 1943; A 

177715. 
Primer of navigation key, hy G. W. Mixter and 

Ramon O. Williams. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 

177903. 
© D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New York. 

Moffatt Qames) Thrill of tradition. © Jan. 11, 1944; 
A 178056; Macmillan co., New York. 428 

Monro (Kate M.) English for secretaries. 1st ed. 
© Jan. 3,1944; A 178051; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 429 

Montgomery (Robert H.)* New York. Montgomery's 
federal taxes on corporations, 1943-44. v. 1, 2. 
© Dec. 22, 1943; A 177679, 177680. 430, 431 

Moore (Gerald) Unashamed accompanist. © 1 c. 
Jan. 6, 1944; A ad int. 28010; pubd. Dec. 1, 1943; 
Ascherberg,Hopwood& Crew, ltd., London. 432 

Moore (Robert) jr.,* Lubbock, Tex. Once in a blue 
moon. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177761. 433 

Morgan (Charles) House of Macmillan, 1843-1943. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1944; A ad int. 28005; pubd, Nov. 
10, 1943; Macmillan co., New York. 434 

Morgan (G. Campbell) Triumphs of faith. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27,1944; A ad int. 28058; pubd. Dec. 2, 1943; 
Fleming H. Revell co. , New York. 485 



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Morrison (Charles Clayton)* Chicago. Christian 
and the war. © July 8, 1942; A 178305. 436 

Morrison (John A.)* Anderson, Ind. Learning how 
to be happy. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 178084. 437 

Morton Qay) ed. Complete vitamin cook book. Ed- 
itor-in-chief, J. Morton, associate editor, Lily 
Haxworth Wallace. © Sept. 18, 1943; A 177^15; 
Books, inc., Clinton, Mass. 438 

Mott (Frank Luther) ed. Journalism in wartime. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; A 177623; Amer. council on public 
affairs, Washington. 439 

Mudgett (Bruce D.) Insurance, by B. D. Mudgett, 
in collaboration with Edward R. Hardy, Solomon 
S. Huebner [and] G. F. Michelbacher. © July 15, 
1943; A 177686; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 440 

Mulligan (John E.) Experiences in journalism. © 
Oct. 26, 1943; A 178110; Lyons & Carnahan, 
Chicago. 441 

Munson (Knox)* Boston. So little done. © Dec. 2, 
1943; A 177939. 442 

Nauss (Ralph Welty) Medical parasitology and 
zoology. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 177943; Paul B. Hoe- 
ber, inc., New York. 443 

Negligence and compensation cases annotated. New 
series, v. 13. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178151; Cal- 
laghan & co., Chicago. 444 

Neilson (Francis) Tragedy of Europe, v, 3. © Dec. 
10, 1943; A 177983; C. C. Nelson pub. co., Apple- 
ton, Wis, 445 

Ness (Hilmar Ludolph)* Minneapolis, Polishing 
and lapping. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178249. 446 

New international French-English and English- 
French dictionary. With supplement of new 
words. © Oct. 1, 1943; A 178270; Wilcox & 
Follett co., Chicago. 447 

New universal self -pronouncing dictionary, with an 
encyclopedic appendix. Handy ed. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 178342; John C. Winston co., Philadel- 
phia. 448 

New York (State) Gilbert-Bliss civil practice of 
the state of New York. v. 4. Recompiled 1943, 
by Edwin M. Bohm. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 178036; 
Matthew Bender & co., inc., Albany & Baker, 
Voorhis & co., inc., New York. 449 



Supreme court. Reports of cases decided in 

the appellate division, v. 265. © Dec. 28, 1943; 
A 178035, Thomas J. Curran, secretary of state, 
state of New York, Albany. 450 

New York supplement. Second series, v. 43 N Y 
S. 2d. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 178128; West pub. co.' 
St. Paul. * 451 ' 

Newkirk (Louis V.) You can make it. [Byl L V 

SSK ; \ a ? d La D Vada Zutter - ® * an - V»«; A 

178055; Silver Burdett co., New York. 452 



Nibley (Preston) Faith promoting stories. © Nov. 
2, 1943, A 178267; Deseret book co., Salt Lake 
City. 453 

Nolan (Jeannette Covert)* Bloomington, Ind. O. 
Henry, the story of William Sydney Porter. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; A 178247. 454 

Norris (Charles G.)* Palo Alto, Calif. Flint. © 
Jan. 7, 1944; A 177964. 455 

North Carolina. General statutes of North Carolina 
of 1943. v. 1, 2. © Dec. 29, 1943, Jan. 14, 1944, 
A 177920, 178154; Michie co., Charlottesville, 
Va. . 456, 457 

North Dakota. Supreme court. Reports of cases 
decided, v. 72. © Dec. 16, 1943; A 178302, 
State of North Dakota, Bismarck, N. D. 458 

North eastern digest. 1943 annual. Covering vol- 
umes 43-49 North eastern reporter, Second 
series. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178130; West pub. 
co., St. Paul. * 459 

North eastern reporter. Second series, v. 50 N. E. 
2d. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178291; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 460 

North western reporter. Second series, v. 10 N. 
W. 2d. © Dec. 6, 1943; A 177739; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 461 



Norton (Mary) Magic bed-knobs. © Dec. 28, 
A 178220: Hyperion press, New York. 



1943; 
462 



Novotny (Louise Miller) 
school. © Dec. 13, 
pub. co., Cincinnati. 



Special days in the church 

1943; A 177719; Standard 

463 



O'Brien (Jack) Return of Silver Chief. [1st ed.] © 
Dec. 13, 1943; A 177909; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 464 



O'Day (Ralph)* Akron, O. Real-I-zation. © 
22, 1943; A 177800. 



Dec. 
465 



Odium (Oswald B.)* Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 
Preface. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1943: A ad int. 28023; 
pubd. Jan. 3, 1944. 466 

O'Hara (Mary)* Santa Barbara, Calif. My friend 
Flicka. [Educational ed.] © Jan. 10, 1944; A 
178073. 467 

Ohio jurisprudence. Cumulative supplement to vol- 
umes 1-43. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 178047-178049; 
Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

468-470 

O'More (Peggy) Instead of him. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 
177952; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 471 

Owen (Dorothea) More stately mansions. © Dec. , 
20, 1943; A 177827, Dorrance & co., inc., Phil- ' 
adelphia. 472 

Owen (John) The burden. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1944; A ad 
int. 28036; pubd. Nov. 18, 1943; Frank Elias, 
West Kirby, Cheshire, England. 473 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 140 P. 2d. © 
Dec. 21, 1943; A 178005; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

474 



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[Parker (Lockie)] ed. Story parade star book. © 
Jan. 10, 1944; A 178087; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 475 

Parkinson (Franziska Raabe) The harvest. © Dec. 
17, 1943; A 177826; Dorrance & co., inc., Phil- 
adelphia. 476 

Parlakian (Raphael)* New York. One hundred and 
one nights. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177762. 477 

Parsons (Alice Beal)* Nyack, N. Y. The mountain. 
[1st ed.] © Jan. 21, 1944; A 178253. 478 

Parsons (Louella Oettinger)* Beverly Hills, Calif. 
Gay illiterate. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178067. 

479 

Patencio (Francisco) Stories and legends of the 
Palm Springs Indians, by F. Patencio, as told to 
Margaret Boynton. © Nov. 10, 1943; A 178214; 
Caroline S. Snyder, Palm Springs. Calif. 480 

Paul (Eden) tr. Interpretation of dreams, v. 1,2. 
By Wilhelm Stekel. Authorized translation by 
Eden and Cedar Paul. © Dec. 11, 1943; A 177955; 
Liveright pub. corp., New York. 481 

Peattie (Roderick) ed. Great Smokies and the Blue 
Ridge. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 177712; Vanguard 
press, inc., New York. 482 

Peck (E. C.) Engineering controls. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
A 178141; Lincoln extension institute, inc., Cleve- 
land. 483 

Peers (Edgar Allison) 484, 485 

Spain in eclipse, 1937-1943. © 1 c.Dec. 4,1943; 

A ad int. 27987; pubd. Oct. 7; Methuen & co., 

ltd., London. 
Spirit of flame. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178161; 

Morehouse -Gorham co., New York. 

Pendleton (Barbara Eye) Windows of agates. © 
Dec. 27, 1943; A 177871; Wings press, Mill Val- 
ley, Calif. 486 

Penick (Margaret H. D.) Coins of memory. © Dec. 
20, 1943; A 177759; S. B. Penick, New York. 

487 



Pennsylvania. Superior court. Pennsylvania Super- 
ior court reports, v. 151. © Dec. 2, 1943, A 
177683; Bureau of publications, Department of 
property & supplies, for the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. 488 

Pennsylvania German folklore society,* Fogelsville, 
Pa. Pennsylvania German folklore society, v. 
7. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 177988. " 489 



Pennsylvania reporter, covering cases reported in 
Atlantic reporter, Secona series. 1 A. 2d-30 A 
2d. © Jan.5, 1944; A 178276-178290; West Du b' 
co., St. Paul. 490 _ P 5( ^ 

Pfeffer (J. Alan)* Buffalo. Civil and military Ger- 
man. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 177702. 505 



Phibbs (Harry C.)* Chicago. Hodge podge. © Dec. 
10, 1943; A 178014. 506 

Picture post. 507-511 

v. 21. 

No. 10, Dec. 4, 1943. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1943; A 

ad int. 27999; pubd. Dec, 1. 
No. 11, Dec, 11, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1944;Aad 

int. 28012; pubd. Dec. 8, 1943. 
No. 12, Dec. 18, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1944; A 

ad int. 28014; pubd. Dec. 15, 1943. 
No. 13, Dec. 24, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1944; A 
ad int. 28051; pubd. Dec. 24, 1943. 
v. 22. 

No. 1, Jan. 1, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1944; A 
ad int. 28052, pubd. Dec. 29, 1943. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Piette (Eugene C.) Microbiology and nursing, by E. 
C.Piette and Jean Martin White. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
A 178269; F. A. Davis, Philadelphia. 512 

Pirn (Paul) Telling Tommy about our good neigh- 
bors. © Nov. 3, 1943, A i77661; Cupples & Leon 
co., New York. 513 

Plyer (Arthur Mabb) Vagabond Hall. © Dec. 24, 
1943; A 178258; Welrad corp., New York. 514 

Polisher (Edward N.) Estate planning and estate 
tax saving. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 177667; George 
T. Bisel co., Philadelphia. 515 

Porter (C. W.) Organic chemistry, by C. W. Porter 
and T. D. Stewart. © Oct. 8, 1943; A 177640; 
Ginn & co.. Boston. 516 

Potter (Milton C.) Chart and log for writing words 
right. [By] M. C. Potter [and] Ethel M. Parkin- 
son. © Sept. 3, 1943; A 178119; Mentzer, Bush 
& co., Chicago. 517 

Powell (Emma Moody) Heavenly destiny. © Dec. 
15, 1943; A 177678; Moody Bible institute of 
Chicago, Chicago. 518 

Power (Mary James) In the name of the bee; the 
significance of Emily Dickinson. © Dec. 21, 
1943; A 178018; Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 

519 

Pratt (Helen Gay) Hawaii, off-shore territory. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; A 178004; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 520 

Pribbie (Evalin) Correct English usage. © Nov. 5, 
1942, A 178097; Lyons & Carnahan, Chicago. 

521 

Proctor (George D.) Picture book of nature, by G. 
D. Proctor, Helen Grossman [and] Seymour 
Freedgood. © Nov. 29, 1943; A 177850; S. E. 
Lowe, inc., New York. 522 

Public utilities reports (New series) v. 49, 1943. 
© Dec. 17, 1943; A 177907; Public utilities re- 
ports, inc., Washington. 523 

Punch, v. 205. 524-529 

No. 5360, Oct. 27, 1943; © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; A 

ad int. 27992; pubd. Oct. 27. 
No. 5362, Nov. 10, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1944; A 

ad int. 28011; pubd. Nov. 10, 1943. 



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No. 5364, Nov. 24, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1944; A 

ad int. 28050; pubd. Nov. 24, 1943. 
No. 5365, Dec. 1, 1943. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; A 

ad int. 28001; pubd. Dec. 1. 
No. 5367, Dec. 15, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1944; A 

ad int. 28009; pubd. Dec. 15, 1943. 
No. 5369, Dec. 29, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1944; A 

ad int. 28060; pubd. Dec. 29, 1943. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Punch almanack for 1944. v. 206, no. 5359, Oct. 25, 
1943. © X c. Dec. 21, 1943; A ad int. 27979; 
pubd. Oct. 25; Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 530 

Raistrick (Arthur) Teach yourself geology. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1944; A ad int. 28048; pubd. Jan. 3; Eng- 
lish universities press, ltd., Bickley, Kent, Eng- 
land. 531 

Rame (David) Road to Tunis. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 
178061; Arthur D. Divine, London. 532 

Rathbone (A. D.) 4th. He's in the sub -busters now. 
[1st ed.] © Jan. 3, 1944; A 177981; Robert M. 
McBride & co., New York. 533 

Raven (Charles E.) Good news of God. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1944; A ad int. 28031; pubd. Nov. 15, 1943; 
Harper fcbros., New York. 534 

Ravetch (I. Shalom)* Long Beach, Calif . Menuchat 
Shalom. Late service for Sabbath eve. © Dec. 
10, 1943; A 177753. 535 

Rawlings (Frank) Lisping man. © Oct. 15, 1942; A 
178411; Gateway books, New York. 536 

Reitz (Deneys)* London. No outspan. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1944; A ad int. 28022; pubd. Dec. 8, 1943; 

537 

Ribble (Margaret A.) Rights of infants. © Dec. 22, 
1943; A 177822; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

538 

Richards (Phil) How to abandon ship, by P. Rich- 
ards [and] John J. Banigan. © Sept. 30, 1943; A 
178139; Cornell maritime press, New York. 

539 

Richards (Stephen L.) Church in war and peace. © 
Nov. 4, 1943; A 178266; Deseret book co., Salt 
Lake City. 540 

Richards (Walter Marvin) Our careers as citizens, 
by W. M. Richards and Bliss Isely. © Dec. 7, 
1943, A 178027; Beckley-Cardy co., Chicago. 

541 

[Richmond (Lionel Thelwal)]* Buenos Aires, Argen- 
tina. Post-war economics made easier, by Leon- 
ard Richmond (pseud.] © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1944; A ad 
int. 28004; pubd. Nov. 9, 1943. 542 

Ridler (Anne Barbara)* Berkhamsted, Hertford- 
shire, England. Nine bright shiners. © 1 c.Dec. 
30, 1943; A ad int. 27997; pubd. Nov. 22. 543 

Rivlin (Harry N.)* Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Encyclo- 
pedia of modern education. Editor, H. N. Rivlin, 
associate editor, Herbert Schueler. © Dec. 23, 
1943; A 178123. 544 



Roberts (Daniel A.) Illinois vignettes. 
1943; A 177865; Agard co., Chicago. 



Dec. 20, 
545 



Robertson (E. Arnot) The signpost. © Jan. 4, 1944; 
A 177898; Eileen A. Robertson Turner, London. 

546 

Robinson (Frank B.) Your God-power. © Dec. 27, 
1943; A 177819; Psychiana, inc., Moscow, Id. 

547 

[Robinson (Ursula Gower)]* London. Freddy for 
fun, by Mary Essex [pseud.] © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1943; A ad int. 27976; pubd. Oct. 20. 548 

[Robson (Janet)] illus. 549-551 

Merry tales for children, by Carolyn Sherwin 
Bailey. [Illustrated by J. Robson] ©Dec. 21, 
1943; A 177791. 

Stories children want, by Carolyn Sherwin Bai- 
ley. [Frontispiece by J. Robson] © Dec. 14, 
1943; A 177792. 

Tell me another story, by Carolyn Sherwin Bai- 
ley. [Frontispiece by J. Robson] © Dec. 13, 
1943; A 177793. 

© Piatt & Munk co., inc., New York. 

Roheim (Geza) Origin and function of culture. © 
Dec. 1, 1943; A 178244; Nervous & mental dis- 
ease monographs, New York. 552 

Ross (Alfred E.)* Williams ville, N. Y. Years af- 
ter. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 177693. 553 

Ross (James Frederick Stanley)* Southport, Eng- 
land. Parliamentary representation. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1944; A ad int. 28035; pubd. Nov. 19, 1943. 

554 

[Rothblatt (H. M.)] comp. Ha-sifrut veha-hayim. 
Anthology of Hebrew literature. Part 2. © Dec. 
29, 1943; A 177867; Hebrew pub. co., New York. 

555 

Roussel (Fernand)* Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 
Magnetodynamism, the unifying principle of 
physical phenomena. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; A ad 
int. 28059; pubd. Dec. 15. 556 

Roux (Georgette Louise)* Chicago. Gerda and Pe- 
ter and Mr. Boo. © Aug. 30, 1943; A 177818. 

557 

Ruskowski (Casimir W.) Constitutional governor. 
© Nov. 17, 1943; A 178124; Bruce Humphries, 
inc., Boston. 558 

Russell (William H.) ed. Democracy: should it 
survive? © Dec. 31, 1943; A 177942; Bruce pub. 
co., Milwaukee. 559 

Sackville-West (Victoria Mary) Eagle and the dove. 
© 1 c. Dec. 31,1943; A ad int. 28002; pubd. Nov. 
8; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 560 

Sainsbury (Arthur H.)* Toronto. Dear boys. The 
chimes. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 1943; A ad int. 28049; 
pubd. Dec. 10. 561 

Sansom (G. B.) Japan, a short cultural history. © 
Dec. 9, 1943; A 177868; D. Appleton-Century co., 
inc., New York. 562 



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Santayana (George) Persons and places. © Jan. 7, 
1944; A 178078; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 563 

Sanville (George W.)* Winona Lake, Ind. Forty 

• Gospel hymn stories. [1st ed.] © Dec. 20,1943: 

A 178033. 564 

Saye (Albert B.) New viewpoints in Georgia history. 
© Dec. 2, 1943; A 178239; University of Georgia 
press, Athens, Ga. 565 

Schaaf (William L.) Plane and solid geometry for 
home study. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178229; Garden 
City pub. co., inc., New York. 566 

Schrott (Estelle) Heaven is for the angels. © Dec 
31, 1943; A 177874; Estelle Schrott Conde, Free- 
hold, N. J. 567 

Schultz (Sigrid)* Westport, Conn. Germany will 
try it again. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 178327. 568 

Schutt (William H.) Time study engineering. 1st 
ed: © Dec. 15, 1943; A 177619; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 589 

Schwettmann (Martin W.) Santa Rita. © Dec. 10, 
1943; A 177856; Texas state historical assn., 
Austin, Tex. 570 

Schwoerer (Margaret Baird)* San Francisco. Mu- 
sic everywhere. © Dec. 17, 1943; AJ77875. 

571 

Scroggs (William O.) Story of Louisiana. © Dec. 
30, 1943; A 177820; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 572 

Sell (Lewis L.)* New York. Practical ployglot 
technical lexicography and the professional poly- 
glot technician. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 177710. 573 

Selwood (Pierce W.) Magnetochemistry. ©Dec. 30, 
1943; A 178083; Interscience publishers, inc., 
New York. 574 

Sheldon (Addison Erwin) Nebraska civil government. 
© Dec. 20, 1943; A 177655; University pub. co., 
Lincoln, Neb. 575 

Shinn (Everett) illus. The Christ story. © Dec. 24, 
1943; A 177741; John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 

576 

Sigerist (Henry E.) Civilization and disease. © 
Dec. 28, 1943; A 178268; Cornell univ., Ithaca, 
N. Y. 577 

Sitwell (Sacheverell)* Towcester, Northants., Eng- 
land. Splendours and miseries. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1944; A ad int. 28057; pubd. Dec. 17, 1943. 578 

Skomorovsky (Boris) Siege of Leningrad, by B. 
Skomorovsky and E: G. Morris. [1st ed.] ©Jan. 
18, 1944; A 178201; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 579 

Smith (Chard Powers) He's in the artillery now. 
[1st ed.] © Dec. 11, 1943; A 178019; Robert M. 
McBride & co., New York. 580 

Smith ( Mrs. Gordon H.) Gongs in the night. © Dec. 
15,1943; A 177842; Zondervan pub. house, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 581 



Smith (J. B. R.) ed. Corporation manual. © Jan. 4, 
1944; A 178016; Corporation manual co., New 
York. 582 

Smith (Oswald J.) Oswald Smith's short stories. © 
Sept. 30, 1943; A 177843; Zondervan pub. house, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 583 

Snow (Edward Rowe)* Winthrop, Mass. Great 
storms and famous shipwrecks of the New Eng- 
land coast. [1st ed.] © Dec. 7, 1943; A 177980. 

584 

Southard (Ruth) No sad songs for me. [1st ed.] © 
Jan. 7, 1944; A 177997; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 585 

South eastern digest. 1943 annual. Covering vol- 
umes 21-25 South eastern reporter, Second se- 
ries. ©Dec 27, 1943; A 178129; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 586 

South eastern reporter. Second series, v. 26 S. E. 
2d. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 178008; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 587 

Southern reporter. Second series, v. 14 So. 2d. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; A 177807; West pub. co., St. 
Paul. 588 

Southwestern reporter (2d ser.) Missouri decisions 
reported in South western reporter. Second se- 
ries. 172 S.W. 2d-173 S.W. 2d. ©Dec. 28, 1943; 
A 178137; West pub. co., St. Paul. 589 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 173 S. 
W. 2d. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 177806; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 590 

Soward (F. H.) Twenty -five troubled years, 1918- 
1943. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1943; A ad int. 28015; 
pubd. Nov. 11; Oxford univ. press, f cronto. 591 

Spellman (Francis J.) Action this day. © Nov. 22, 
1943; A 177612; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 592 



Spencer (Paul R.) 5S3-595 

Exploring new trails, by P. R. Spencer and Lois 

Duffin Fritschler. © Sept. 28, 1943; A 178103. 
Finding new trails, by P. R. Spencer and Helen 

W. Horst. © Sept. 10, 1943; A 178107. 
Traveling new trails, by P. R. Spencer and Lois 

Duffin Fritschler. © Sept. 30, 1943; A 173109. 
© Lyons & Carnahan, Chicago. 

Sphere, v. 175. 596-600 

No. 2286, Nov. 13, 1943. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1943; 

A ad int. 27989; pubd. Nov. 13. 
No. 2288, Nov. 27, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28016; pubd. Nov. 27, 1943. 
No. 2289, Dec. 4, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1944; A 

ad int. 28029; pubd. Dec. 4, 1943. 
No. 2290, Dec. 11, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; A 

ad int. 28045; pubd. Dec. 11, 1943. 
No. 2291, Dec. 18, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; A 

ad int. 28044; pubd. Dec. 18, 1943. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Sprague (Marshall) Business of getting well. © 
Sept. 21, 1943; A 177743; Thomas Y. Crowell co., 
New York. 601 



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Sprigge (Cecil J. S.) Development of modern Italy. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1944; A ad int. 28034; pubd.Dec. 
10, 1943; Gerald Duckworth & co., ltd.. London. 

602 

Springer (Jessie Florence)* New York. Airport on 
Parnassus. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 177750. 603 

Standish (Robert) Bonin. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; A 
ad int. 27981; pubd. Nov. 1; Macmillan co., New 
York. 604 

Stapledon (Reginald George)* Stratford-on-Avon, 
Warwickshire, England. Disraeli and the new 
age. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 1943; A ad int. 27996, pubd. 
Nov. 22.. 605 

Stark (George W.)* Detroit. City of destiny. © 
Nov. 30, 1943, A 178338. 606 

State board questions and answers for nurses. 22nd 
ed., 1944 revision. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178074; 
J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 607 

Stead (Harold J.) Ophthalmic lenses and the Rx 
shop. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 178200; Shuron optical 
co., inc., Geneva, N. Y. 608 

Steck (Francis Borgia)* Philadelphia. Tentative 
guide to historical materials on the Spanish 
borderlands. © Aug. 15, 1943; A 177930. 609 

Steen (Frederick H.) Analytic geometry, by F. H. 
Steen and Donald H. Ballou. © Oct. 5, 1943, A 
177638; Ginn & co., Boston. 610 

[Stern (Elizabeth Gertrude)] Memories; the life of 
Margaret McAvoy Scott as told to Eleanor Morton 
[pseud.] © Nov. 9, 1943; A 177767; Edward K. 
Meador, Boston. 611 

Stern (Louis J.)* New York. Identification of ur- 
tica (Nettle) eleven species. © June 16, 1943; A 
177704. 612 

Stettinius (Edward R.) jr. Lend-lease, weapon for 
victory. © Jan. 11, 1944, A 178058; Maomillan 
co. ; New York. 613 

Stevens (Montague) Meet Mr. Grizzly. © Dec. 13, 
1943, A 177803, University of New Mexico press, 
Albuquerque, N. M. 614 

Stevens (W. Bertrand) Victorious mountaineer, a 
memoir of Harry Peirce Nichols, 1850-1940. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; A 177977; Cloister press, Louis- 
ville. 615 

Stevenson (Russell A.) Accounting principles, by 
R. A. Stevenson, in collaboration with Frederick 
H. Hurdman. © Aug. 23, 1943; A 177689; Alex- 
ander Hamilton institute, inc., New York. 616 

Stoll (Elmer Edgar)* Minneapolis. From Shakes- 
peare to Joyce. © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178152. 617 

Stout (William B.) Tomorrow we fly, by W. B. Stout 
and Franklin M. Reck. © Dec. 21, 1943, A 177924, 
Thomas Y. Crowell co., New York. 618 

Stowe (Leland) They shall not sleep. [1st ed.] © 
Jan. 17, 1944; A 178204; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 619 



Straus (Nathan)* New York. Seven myths of hous- 
ing, [lsted.] © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178205. 620 

Streit (Clarence K.)* Washington. Union now. 
Wartime ed. © Nov. 26, 1943; A 177932. 621 

Strodach (Paul Zeller) ed. But Christ did rise! © 
Jan. 3, 1944, A 177915; Muhlenberg press, Phil- 
adelphia. 622 

Stroud (Robert) Stroud's digest on the diseases of 
birds. © Dec. 15, 1943, A 177730; L. G.Marcus, 
Minneapolis. 623 

Suddeth (James H.)* Washington. Aircraft engine 
maintenance. © Jan. 12, 1944; A 178159. 624 



Sues (Illona Ralf )" 
let. [lsted.] 



New York. Shark's fins and mil- 
D Jan. 19, 1944; A 178259. 625 



Sunley (William T.) Corporation accounting, by W. 
T.Sunley[and]WilliamJ. Carter. © Jan. 5, 1944, 
A 178002; Ronald press co., New York. 626 

Supreme court reporter, v. 63. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 
178131; West pub. co., St. Paul. 627 

Suter (Chester Merle)* Rensselaer, N. Y. Organic 
chemistry of sulfur. © Jan. 12, 1944, A 178158. 

628 

Sutherland (Douglas) Fifty years on the civic front. 
© Oct. 28, 1943, A 177729; Civic federation, 
Chicago. 629 

Swift (Helen) Zack Jones, fisher man -philosopher. 
© Jan. 3, 1944, A 177956, A. Kroch & son, pub- 
lishers, Chicago. 630 

Sylvestre (Francois Adelard)* Seattle. Genealogie 
de Ferdinand Gagnon. t. l et . © Sept. 3, 1943, 
A 177724. 631 

Tansill (Charles Callan) Canadian-American re- 
lations, 1875-1911. © Dec. 21, 1943, A 177883; 
Carnegie endowment for internatl. peace, New 
York. 632 

Taylor (Deems) Pictorial history of the movies, by 
Deems Taylor, Marcelene Peterson and Bryant 
Hale. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 177835; Simon & Schus- 
ter, inc., New York. 633 

[Terhune(FrankH.)] ed. Administration of Y. M. C. 
A. boys' work. © Nov. 6, 1943; A 177891; In- 
ternatl. committee of Young men's Christian 
assns., New York. 634 

Thayer (Theodore) Israel Pemberton, king of the 
Quakers. © Dec. 16, 1943; A 177892; Historical 
soc. of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 635 

Theroux (Frank R.) & Smith (Lisle A.)* East Lan- 
sing, Mich. Surveying field problems and note 
book. 1st ed. © Apr. 2, 1943; A 178257. 636 

Thomas (Dorothy)* Los Angeles. Key to spiritual 
magic. 1st ed. © Dec.lO, 1943; A 177700. 637 

Thomas (Mary) Mary Thomas's book of knitting 
patterns. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1943; A ad int. 27982; 
pubd. Sept. 6; Hodder & Stoughton, ltd., Bickley, 
Kent, England. 638 



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Thompson (Dunstan)* New York. 
29, 1943; A 177975. 



Poems. 



Dec. 
639 



[Thompson (Florence Elizabeth)]* Penn, Bucking- 
hamshire, England. Timothy, by Elizabeth Ramal. 
© 1 c.Jan. 8, 1944; A ad int. 28018; pubd. Dec. 8, 
1943. 640 

Thompson (Lawrance)* Brooklyn. Navy hunts the 
CGR 3070. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178070. 

641 

Tobias (Norman) Essentials of dermatology. © 
Jan. 6, 1944; A 178085; J. B. Lippincott co., Phil- 
adelphia. 642 

Trives (Eleanor) tr. Pilgrimage to the tree of life, 
by Albert Steffen. Translated by E. Trives. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; A 178250; Adonis press, New York. 

643 

Ulrich (Louis E.) sr. Streamlining arithmetic. © 
Aug. 4, 1943; A 178100; Lyons & Carnahan, 
Chicago. 644 

Uniform laws annotated, v. 5, pts. 1, 2. © Dec. 28, 
1943; A 178126, 178127; Edward Thompson co., 
Brooklyn. 645, 646 



United States camera, 1944. Edited by Thomas J. 
Maloney. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 177716; Thomas J. 
Maloney, New York. 647 

United States navy. Office of the chief of naval 
operations. Aviation training division. 648-650 
How to survive on land and sea. © Dec. 20, 1943; 

A 178012. 
Mass exercise, games, tests. © Dec. 14, 1943; 

A 177664. 
Sports program. © Dec. 16, 1943; A 177665. 
© United States naval institute, Annapolis. 

United States Supreme court digest, 1754 to date, 
v. 13. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 178009; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 651 

[Uttley (Alice Jane)]* Thackers, Beaconsfield, Buck- 
inghamshire, England. Sam Pig at the circus, by 
Alison Uttley. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1944; A ad int. 
28054; pubd. Dec. 17, 1943. 652 

Van de Water (John) Harvest of hearts. © Dec. 21, 
1943; A 177844; Zondervan pub. house, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 653 



Van Winkle (Matthew) Aviation gasoline manufac- 
ture. 1st ed. © Jan. 13, 1944; A 178231; Penn- 
sylvania state college, State College, Pa. 654 

Vatican City religious book co., inc.,* New York. 
Grammatica italiana ed inglese. Vatican ed. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; A 178112. 655 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, 1681 to date. v. 
13, 14. © Dec. 6, 23, 1943; A 177740, 178007; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 656, 657 

Voronoff (Serge) Sources of life. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
A 178063; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 658 



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Wachsman (Z. H„) Trail blazers for invasion. © 
Oct. 30, 1943; A 178122; Frederick Ungar, New 
York. 659 



Waite (J on ) Wings over Europe. © Dec. 15, 
A 177660; Cupples & Leon co., New York. 



1943; 



Wallace (Ernest) Charles DeMorse, pioneer, ed- 
itor and statesman. © Oct. 26, 1943; A 177894; 
Texas tech press, Lubbock, Tex. 661 

Wang (T. J.) Mathematics of radio communications. 
© Jan. 13, 1944; A 178192; D. Van Nostrand co., 
inc., New York. 662 



Warburton (Stacy R.) These things will last. © Nov. 
10, 1943; A 177708; Judson press, Philadelphia. 



Ward (A. C.) Literary journey through wartime 
Britain. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 177763; Oxford 
univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 664 

Warren (Sidney) American freethought, 1860-1914. 
© Nov. 11, 1943; A 177947; Columbia univ. press, 
New York. 665 

Waugh (Albert E.) Laboratory manual and problems 
for elements of statistical method. © Jan. 14, 
1944; A 178232; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 666 

Wayland (John W.)* Harrisonburg, Va. The Bow- 
mans, a pioneering family in Virginia, Kentucky 
and the northwest territory. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 
177713. 667 

Weatherford (Harold L.) Text=book of histology, by 
J. Lewis Bremer. Rewritten by H. L. Weather- 
ford. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178252; Blakiston co., 
Philadelphia. 668 

Wedgwood (Josiah) Testament to democracy, by 
Lord Wedgwood. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 178092; 
Amer. chapter, Religious emergency council of 
Great Britain & Ad press, ltd., New York. 669 

Weems (Philip Van Horn) Star altitude curves. 
1942. 670-671 

Latitudes 0° to 10° South. South. © Mar. 15; A 

177870. 
Latitudes 10° to 20° South. South. © Aug. 27; 

A 177869. 
© Weems system of navigation, Annapolis. 

Welchons (A. M.) Plane geometry, by A. M. Wei- 
chonsandW.R.Krickenberger. © Nov. 15, 1943, 
A 177637; Ginn & co., Boston. 672 

Wells (Helen) Cherry Ames, senior nurse. © Jan. 
15, 1944; A 178162; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 673 

[Werner (Jane)] comp . Merry Christmas! © Nov. 
1, 1943; A 178211; Artists & writers guild, inc., 
New York. 674 

Weston (Garnett)* Victoria, B. C, Canada. Man 
with the monocle. [1st ed.] © Dec. 3, 1943; A 
177610. 675 



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1944 



712 



Wheeler (Ruth Winant)* Buffalo. Bright star above 
the hill. [1st ed.] © Nov. 19, 1942; A 177931. 

676 

When hostilities cease. Papers on relief and re- 
construction, by Julian Huxley, H. J. Laski, W. 
Arnold-Forster [and others] © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1943; A ad int. 27977; pubd. Oct. 25; pubd. Oct. 
25; Fabian soc, London. 677 

Whipple (Dorothy)* Kettering, Northants., England. 
They were sisters. [1st ed.] © 1 c. Dec. 28, 
1943; A ad int. 27988; pubd. Nov. 1. 678 

[White (Bertha M.)] ed. Junior instructor. Books 1, 
2. Edited by Walter J, Beecher, Grace B. Faxon, 
Hildegard Blumenstiel [and others. New mate- 
rial by B. M. White] © Oct. 25, 1943; A 177627; 
United educators, inc., Chicago. 679 

White (Leslie Turner)* Laguna Beach, Calif. Look 
away, look away. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 177912. 

680 

[Whiteside (Guy Kenneth)]* Roodhouse, 111. Guard- 
ed secret, by William Giles [pseud.] © Dec.21, 
1943; A 177757. 681 

Who's who in the East. A biographical dictionary 
of leading men and women of the eastern United 
States, v. 1. 1942-1943. © Nov. 8, 1943; A 
178219; Biographical press, Chicago. 682 

Whyte (William Foote) Street corner society. © 
Dec. 21, 1943; A 177882; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 683 

Widtsoe (Leah D.) How to be well. © Dec. 28, 
1943; A 177855; Deseret book co,, Salt Lake City. 



[Wieniewska (Celina)] tr. Modern warfare, by 
WJadysj'aw Sikorski. [Translated by C. Wieniew- 
ska] © Dec. 10, 1943; A 177929; Roy publishers, 
a. n., New York. 685 

Wight (Edgar Allen) Public library finance and 
accounting. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 177717; Amer. 
library assn., Chicago. 686 



Aug. 10, 1943; A 
New York. 687 



Wilde (Irene) Red turban. © 
178114; Liveright pub. corp. 

Wilkinson (Benjamin George) Truth triumphant. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; A 178155; Pacific press pub. assn., 
Mountain View, Calif. 688 

Willetts (William P.) Loss of the Mariner. © Dec. 
24, 1943; A 178238; Christine N. Willetts & W. 
P. Willetts, Roslyn Heights, L. I., N. Y. 689 

Williams (L. A.) Secondary schools for American 
youth. © Jan. 14, 1944; A 178224; Amer. book 
co., New York. 690 

Williams (W. L.)* Ithaca, N. Y. Veterinary ob- 
stetrics. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 178011. 691 

Williams (Wright) Bed and breakfast. © Jan. 3, 
1944; A 177949; Phoenix press, New York. 692 

Williamson (Harold F.) ed, Growth of the American 
economy. © Jan. 6, 1944; A 178053; Prentice- 
Hall, inc., New York. 693 



Williard (Lester R.) Experiences in physics, by L. 
R. Williard, with the assistance of Charles S, 
Winter. © July 14, 1943; A 177630; Ginn & co., 
Boston. 694 

Wills (Elida) 695, 696 

Nuestros vecinos. © Oct. 11, 1943; A 178023. 
Son nuestros vecinos, © Oct. 11, 1943; A 178024, 
© Banks Upshaw & co., Dallas. 

[Wills (Phyllis Argall)]* St. Louis. My life with the 
enemy, by Phyllis Argall. © Jan. 25, 1944; A 
178295. 697 

Wilmerding (Lucius) jr.. Spending power. © Nov. 
30, 1943; A 177784; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 



Wilson (D. Wright) Laboratory manual of physio- 
logical chemistry. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178182; 
Williams & Wilkins co., Baltimore. 699 

Wilson (Frank E.) Promises of Christ and other 
sermons. © Jan. 13, 1944; A 178190; More- 
house -Gorham co., New York. 700 

Wilson (Gordon)* Bowling Green, Ky. Passing in- 
stitutions © Dec. 11, 1943; A 177616. 701 

[Winser (David)]* London. There was no yester- 
day, by John Stuart Arey [pseud.] © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1944; A ad int. 28037; pubd. Nov. 19, 1943. 

702 

Winston dictionary. Primary ed. ©Dec. 30, 1943; 
A 178343; John C, Winston co., Philadelphia. 703 

Wish (Harvey) George Fitzhugh, propagandist of 
the old South. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 177776; Loui- 
siana state univ. press, Baton Rouge, La. 704 

Wolf (Howard) Story of scrap rubber. © Dec. 28, 
1943; A 177901; A. Schulman, inc., Akron, O. 

705 

Wood (Ethel Mary)* East London, England. Main- 
ly for men. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1944; A ad int. 28008; 
pubd. Nov. 8, 1943. 706 

Woodman (Dorothy Victoria Anne)* London. Europe 
rises. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1944; A ad int. 28027; 
pubd. Nov. 15, 1943. 707 

Woodward (George)* Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 
legislator VI. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 177922. 708 

Woodward (Henry L.) Essentials of obstetrics, by 
H. L. Woodward and Bernice Gardner, © Dec. 
2, 1943; A 178243; F. A. Davis co., Philadelphia. 

709 

Woodworth (Robert S.) First course in psychology. 
[By] R. S. Woodworth [and] Mary R. Sheehan. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; A 178189; Henry Holt & co., inc., 
New York. 710 

World's great events, v. 1-10. © Dec. 3, 1943; A 
178150; P. F. Collier & son corp., New York. 

711 

Wrighton (William Hazer) Love without a limit. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; A 178186; Moody Bible institute of 
Chicago, Chicago. 712 



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Year book of dentistry. 1943. © Dec. 30, 1943; 
178147; Year book publishers, inc., Chicago. 



713 



Year book of general medicine. 1943. © Nov. 26, 
1943; A 177682; Year book publishers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 714 

Yetwin(L Jacques)* Waltham, Mass. Medical para- 
sitology. © Dec. 2, 1943; A 178226. 715 

Young (William Tate) Commentary on the Holy 
communion. © Jan. 6, 1944; A 177976; More- 
house-Gorham co., New York. 716 



Zabrodna (Natalia Benedictovna) Out of the mists. 
© Dec. 20, 1943; A 177825; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 717 



Zieglschmid (A. J. F.) Die alteste chronik der Hut- 
terischen bru'der. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 177796; 
Carl Schurz memorial foundation, inc., Philadel- 
phia. 718 



Ziskin (Daniel E.) Handbook of pulp symptomatology 
and diagnosis. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178310; Co- 
lumbia univ. press, New York. 719 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications 631 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages 1 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions 

of law of Mar. 4, 1909——— — - —____ — _87 

Total— - - - - - - 719 



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RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[719 



Affeld (Francis Otto) jr. Index to North Carolina 
and South Carolina standard fire insurance poli- 
cy. © F. O. Affeld, jr., New York. R 121356. 
Sept. 28, 1943. 1 

Alexander (Luther Herbert) Practical introduction 
to French. © Mrs. L. H. Alexander, Stratford, 
Ont., Canada. R 120922, Sept. 9, 1943. 2 

Anders (James Meschter) Textbook of the practice 
of medicine. 12th ed., thoroughly revised. © 
Mrs. J. M. Anders, Philadelphia. R 120988, Sept. 
15, 1943. 3 

Andrea (Johann Valentin) Christianopolis; an ideal 
state of the seventeenth century, tr. from the 
Latin of Johann Valentin Andreae, with an his- 
torical introduction, by Felix Emil Held. © 
Felix Emil Held, Oxford, O. R 120921, Sept. 9, 
1943. 4 

Brooke (Rupert) Collected poems of Rupert Brooke. 
© Edward Marsh, London. R 120942, Sept, 9, 
1943. 5 

Carrillo (Julian) Tratado sintetico de harmonia. 2. 
ed., cuidadosamente corr. © J. Carrillo, Mex- 
ico, D. F. R 121040, Sept. 14, 1943. 6 

Cobb (Irvin Shrewsbury) Speaking of operations. © 
I. S. Cobb, Santa Monica, Calif. R 120976, July 
28, 1943. 7 

Comstock (Sarah) Old roads from the heart of New 
York. © S. Comstock, New York. R 121175, 
Sept. 21, 1943. 8 

Crawford (Isaac) Meditations of solitude. © I. 
Crawford, Brooklyn. R 120991, Sept. 14, 1943. 



Curwood (James Oliver) Grizzly king. © Ethel M. 
Curwood, Owqsso, Mich. R 120954, Sept. 10, 
1943. 10 

Damrosch (Frank) Some essentials in the teaching 
of music. © Hetty Damrosch, New York. R 
121249, Sept. 22, 1943. 11 

Davis (Edward Douglas) 12-16 

Pounds to bushels card tables. 

Grain at 56 pounds to the bushel. Shelled corn, 

rye and flax seed. R 120827, Sept. 2, 1943. 
Oats at 32 pounds to the bushel. Barley at 48 

pounds to the bushel. R 120826, Sept. 2, 

1943. 
Oats at 34 pounds to the bushel. Barley at 48 

pounds to the bushel. R 120825, Sept. 2, 

1943. 
Wheat at 60 pounds to the bushel. Peas, 

beans, clover seed and potatoes. R 120824, 

Sept. 2, 1943. 



Pounds to bushels tables. R 120828, Sept. 2, 

1943. 
© Frank L. Bush, Minneapolis. 

Davis (Richard Harding) Log of the Jolly Polly. © 
Hope HardingDavis Kehrig, Brooklyn. R 121198, 
Sept. 22, 1943. 17 

Dawson (Alec John) Jan, a dog and a romance. © 
A.J.Dawson, London. R 121455, Oct. 2, 1943. 

18 

Dunton (William Rush) jr. Occupation therapy. © 
W. R. Dunton, jr., Catonsville, Md. R 120989, 
Sept. 15, 1943. 19 

Faulkner (Anne Shaw) What we hear in music. New 
rev. ed. © Radio corp. of America, RCA Victor 
div., Camden, N. J. R 121304, Sept. 23, 1943. 

20 

Fletcher (Jefferson Butler) Dante. © J. B. Fletcher, 
New York. R 120920, Sept. 9, 1943. 21 



French (Allen) Old Concord. © A. French, 
cord, Mass. R 120911, Sept. 6, 1943. 



Con- 
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Giles (Jabez Edward) Nursing in diseases of the 
eye, ear, nose and throat, by the committee on 
nurses of the Manhattan eye, ear and throat 
hospital: J. Edward Giles, Arthur B. Duel, Har- 
mon Smith. 2d ed., thoroughly revised. © W. B. 
Saunders co., Philadelphia. R 120984, Sept. 15, 
1943. 23 

Grillparzer (Franz) Des meeres und der liebe wel- 
len, trauerspiel in fu'nf aufzugen, von F. Grill- 
parzer, ed., with notes and a study of Grillpar- 
zer's life and works, by John L.King. Inhaltsan- 
gaben, fragen, ruckblicke und themen, by C. M. 
Purin and John L. Kind. © John L. Kind, Knox- 
ville, Tenn. R 120918, Sept. 9, 1943. 24 



Guyer (Michael Frederic) Being well-born. © M. 
F. Guyer, Madison, Wis. R 121219, Sept. 17, 
1943. 25 

Haskell (Helen Eggleston) Katrinka. © H. E. 
Haskell, New York. R 121456, Oct. 2, 1943. 26 

Herschell (William) Songs of the streets and by- 
ways. © Mrs. William Herschell, Indianapolis. 
R 121218, Sept. 17, 1943. 27 

Holland (Leicester Bodine) Garden blue book. © 
L. B. Holland, Philadelphia. R 120829, Sept. 7, 
1943. 28 



Johnson (Owen) Making money. © O. Johnson, New 
York. R 121103, Sept. 20, 1943. 29 



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Kaupp (Benjamin Franklin) Poultry culture, sani- 
tation and hygiene. © B. F. Kaupp, St. Louis. 
R 120987, Sept. 15, 1943. 30 

Lanham (Fritz Garland) Putting Troy in a sack. 
© F. G. Lanham, Fort Worth. R 124055, Jan. 13, 
1944. 31 

Livermore & Knight co. 32, 33 

Health hints for your watch. R 121314, Sept. 25, 

1943. 
Your eyes and their care. R 121315, Sept. 25, 

1943. 
© Livermore & Knight co., Providence. 

McConnell (Guthrie) Manual of pathology. 3d ed., 
thoroughly rev. © Genevieve Knapp McConnell, 
St. Louis. R 120986, Sept. 15, 1943. 34 

Moninger (Herbert) Fifty lessons in training for 
service. 36th ed. © Grace Moninger Bell, Glen- 
dale, Calif. R 121357, Sept. 25, 1943. 35 

New York (City) Charters. Amendments of 1916 to 
Ash's annotated Greater New York charter. 3d 
ed., 1906 and supplement, containing amendments 
made to charter at the legislative session of 
1916, arranged by Mark Ash and Edward Ash. 
© Edward Ash, New York. R 121310, Aug. 28, 
1943. 33 

Parsons (Louella Oettinger) How to write for the 
movies. © L. O. Parson, Los Angeles. R 
120912, Sept. 6, 1943. 37 



Rinehart (Mary Roberts) 
Through Glacier park 
Tish. R 120943, Sept. 9, 1943. 
© M. R. Rinehart, New York. 



38, 39 
R 120890, SeDt. 9, 1943. 



[Sinclair (Bertha Muzzy)] Jean of the Lazy A, by 
B. M. Bower [pseud.] © Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. R 121480, Sept. 1, 1943. 40 



Smith (George Carroll) What to eat andwhy. 2d ed., 
rev. © Alice P. Smith, Brookline, Mass. R 
120985, Sept. 15, 1943. 41 

Smith (Lewis Worthington) Mechanism of English 
style. © L. W. Smith, Des Moines. R 120923, 
Sept. 9, 1943. 42 

Spearman (Frank Hamilton) Nan of Music Mountain. 
© Eugenie L. Spearman, Los Angeles. R 121174, 
Sept. 18, 1943. 43 

Travers (Jerome Dunstan) Winning shot. © J. D. 
Travers, Wallingford, Conn. R 120926, Sept. 11, 
1943. 44 



Vassar (Matthew) Autobiography and letters of 
Matthew Vassar, ed. by Elizabeth Hazelton Haight. 
© Elizabeth Hazelton Haight Poughkeepsie, N. 
Y. R 120919, Sept. 9, 1943. 45 

Waitt (Paul E.) Adventures of Mollie, Waddy and 
Tony. © P. E. Waitt, Boston. R 120949, Sept. 
15, 1943. 46 



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BOOKS 

PART I, GROUP I 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Abt (Isaac A.) Baby doctor. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 
178726, McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York^ 

720 

Aldridge (James)* Cairo, Egypt. Sea eagle. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 9, 1944; A 178672. 721 

Allaben (Anne E.) School daze. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 
178577; C. R. Gibson & co., Norwalk, Conn. 722 

American jurisprudence, v. 49. © Jan. 27, 1944; A 
178518; Jurisprudence publishers, inc., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 723 

Apenszlak (Jacob) ed. Black book of Polish Jewry. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; A 178532; Amer. federation for 
Polish Jews, inc., New York. 724 

Arrom (J°se Juan) Historia de la literatura drama- 
tica cubana. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178551; Yale 
univ. press, New Haven. 725 



Ashenhust (Paul Harvey) Militia marches. 
11, 1943; A 178631; Kaleidograph press 



© Nov. 

Dallas. 

726 



Bailey (Paul)* Los Angeles. 
1944; A 178468. 



Gay saint © Jan.l, 
727 



Baillie (Hugh) Two battlefronts. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 
178707; United press assns., New York. 728 

Baker (W. R.)* Levelland, Tex. Vital visions, [v. 1] 
© Oct 4, 1943; A 178482. 729 

Barnouw (Adriaan J.) Land of William of Orange. © 
Feb. 14, 1944; A 178750; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 730 

Barnouw (Adriaan J.) & Landheer (B.)* New York. 
Contribution of Holland to the sciences. © Dec. 
22, 1943; A 178638. 731 

[Barrington (Inez B.)]* Northampton, Mass. To you, 
redskin, from me, paleface, by The Indian lady 
[pseud.] © Dec. 8, 1943; A 178443. 732 

Bartlett (Vernon)* London. Tomorrow always 
comes. [1st American ed.] © Feb. 14, 1944; A 
178721. 733 

Bar too (Grover C.) Home and job mathematics. [By] 
G. C. Bar too and Jesse Osborn. © Feb. 11, 1944; 
A 178709; Webster pub. co., inc., St Louis. 734 

Beeson (Leola Selman)* Milledgeviile, Ga. History 
stories of Milledgeviile and Baldwin County. © 
Oct 14, 1943; A 178469. 735 

Bell (Bernard Iddings) Altar and the world. [1st ed.] 
© Feb. 16, 1944; A 178776; Harper & bros., New 
York. 736 

Bell (E. T.) ed. Text-book of pathology. © Feb. 8, 
1944; A 178607; Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. 737 



[Bennett (H.)] comp. Emulsion technology. © Jan. 
12, 1944; A 178467; Chemical pub. Co., inc., 
Brooklyn. 738 

Benton (John L.) Talent for murder. © June 19, 
1942; A 178418; Gateway books, New York. 739 

Bercovitz (Z. Taylor) ed. Clinical tropical medi- 
cine. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178742; Paul B. Hoe- 
ber, inc., New York. 740 

Betts (Emmett Albert) Theory and practice of 
analytical refraction and orthoptics, by Israel 
Dvorine. Introduction by E. A. Betts. © Dec. 18, 
1943; A 178628; Israel Dvorine, Baltimore. 741 

Bickel (Shlomo)* New York. Jewish town. ©»Oct 
14, 1943; A 178386. 742 



Billings (Buck) Owlhoot trail. © Nov. 16, 
178409; Gateway books, New York. 



1942; A 
743 



Billings (William Beeker) State is born. © Jan. 2, 
1944; A 178603; Margaret Billings, Indianapolis. 

744 

Biskupek (Aloysius) Subdeaconship. © Feb. 16, 
1944; A 178767; B. Herder book co., St Louis. 

745 

Blodgett (Ralph H.) Comparative economic sys- 
tems. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 178476; Macmillan co., 
New York. 746 

Boardman (Laurel) Li'l By-golly. [1st ed.] © Dec. 
16, 1943; A 178362; Rockwell-Darmay publica- 
tions, Los Angeles. 747 

[Bradley (W. Paul] comp. Broadcasting the Advent 
message. © Feb. 2, 1944; A 178497; Review & 
herald pub. assn., Washington. 748 

Brandon (Michael) Nonce. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 
178610; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 749 

Bright (Robert)* Ranchos de Taos, N. M. Life and 
death of little Jo. [1st ed.] © Feb. 4, 1944; A 
178579. 750 

Byers (Noah Albert)* Baltimore. Byers' paper 
cost calculator. © Jan. 14, 1944; A 178590. 751 

Cain (James M.) ed. For men only. [Forum books 
ed.] © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178375; World pub. co., 
Cleveland. 752 

Campbell (Monroe)] First fifty years; a history of 
the National council of Jewish women, 1893-1943. 
[By M. Campbell and Willem Wirtz] © Oct 27, 
1943; A 178555; Natl, council of Jewish women, 
New York. 753 

Canfield (Dwight R.)* Perrysburg, O. Poems of the 
Maumee Valley. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178450. 

754 



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Carrington (William J.)* Clinton, la. Safe convoy, 
[ist ed.] & Feb. 4, 1944; A 178650. 755 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual. Missal. Eng - 
lish . Catholic missal, being a translation of the 
new Missale romanum, arranged for daily use, 
by Charles J. Callan and John A. McHugh. © 
Feb. 8, 1943; A 178336; P. J. Kenedy & sons, 
New York. 756 

Cavanna (Betty) Puppy stakes. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 
178713; Westminster press, Philadelphia. 757 

Charmley (Beulah Jackson)* Whitewater, Wis. Isle 
Royale and other poems. [1st ed.] © Dec. 1, 
1943; A 178632. 758 

Chase (George H.) ed. Greece of tomorrow. © Nov. 
5, 1943; A 178378; Amer. friends of Greece, 
New York. 759 

Chase (Herbert) ecL Handbook on designing for 
quantity production. 1st ed. © Feb. 14, 1944; 
A 178727; McGraw -Hill book co., inc., New York. 

760 

Chernev (Irving) comp. Chessboard magic. [1st ed.] 
© Jan. 12, 1944; A 178745; Chess review, New 
York. 761 

Church (Earl)* Parish, N. Y. Elements of aerial 
photogrammetry. © Feb. 10, 1944; A 178765. 

762 

Clark (E. P.) Semimicro quantitative organic anal - 
ysis. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 178746; A cademic 
press, inc., New York. 763 

Clarke (George Arthur) Decision and destiny. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; A 178355; Fleming H. Revell co., 
New York. 764 

Cleaton (Irene)* New York. The outsider. [1st ed.] 
© Feb. 9, 1944; A 178604. 765 

Clemons (John) Lure of distant trails. © Aug. 14, 
1942; A 178417; Gateway books, New York. 766 

Coale (Griffith Baily)* New York. Victory at Mid- 
way. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 178772. 767 

Coblentz (Stanton A.) Green vistas. ©Jan. 26, 1944; 
A 178477; Wings press, Mill Valley, Calif. 768 

Coffey (Reginald M.) Man from Rocca Sicca. © 
Feb. 16, 1944; A 178796; Bruce pub. co., Mil- 
waukee. 769 

Connecticut reporter, covering cases reported in 
Atlantic reporter, Second series. 28 A. 2d -33 
A. 2d. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 178566; West pub. co. , 
St. Paul. 770 

Constantino (S. A.) jr, Amen, amen. [1st ed.] © 
Jan. 26, 1944; A 178425; Harper & bros., New 
York. 771 

Cook (Ace)* Oakland. Calif. Life and matter. © 
Jan. 21, 1944; A 178457. 772 

Cook (Wayne G.) Iowa rules of civil procedure. © 
Feb. 4, 1944; A 178794; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

773 



£orliss (Allene)* St. Albans, Vt. In the name of 
love. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 178771. 774 

Corpus juris secundum, v. 39. © Jan. 31, 1944; 
A 178793; Amer. law book co., New York. 775 

Cowdrey (Irving H.)* Cambridge, Mass. & Adams 
(Ralph G.)* Needham, Mass. Materials testing, 
theory and practice. © Feb. 4, 1944; A 178696. 

776 

Craigie (William A.) ed. Dictionary of American 
English on historical principles. Edited by W. 
A. Craigie and James R. Hulbert. v. 4. © Jan. 
25, 1944; A 178558; University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago. 777 



Curry (Tom) Mormon trail. © Sept. 11, 
178412; Gateway books, New York. 



1942; A 
778 



Curzon (Colin)* London. Case of the eighteenth os- 
trich. © Feb. 8, 1944; A 178594. 779 

Cushing (Harvey) Bio-bibliography of Andreas Ve- 
sailus. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 178522; Yale 
univ., New Haven. 780 

Cyclopedia of federal procedure, v. 11. © Feb. 5, 
1944; A 178568; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 781 

Dahl (Francis Wellington)* Newton, Mass. Dahl's 
cartoons. © Dec. 14, 1943; A 178407. 782 

Dale (William) John Doe, murderer. © July 15, 
1942; A 178421; Gateway books, New York. 783 

Daniels (Norman A.) Mausoleum key. © Nov. 16, 
1942; A 178408; Gateway books, New York. 784 

Daus (Paul H.) Basic mathematics for war and in- 
dustry. [By] P. H. Daus, John M. Gleason [and] 
William M. Whyburn, © Feb. 1, 1944; A 178475 ; 
Macmillan co., New York. 785 

Davis (Frederick C.)* Pipersville, Pa. Let the 
skeletons rattle. [1st ed.] © Feb. 4, 1944; A 
178578. 786 

De Chavez (Estefanfa D.)* Los Angeles. Key to 
the Spanish language. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 178802. 

787 

De Jong (L.)* London & Stoppelman (Joseph W. F. f 
New York. Lion rampant. © Dec. 29, 1943; A 
178530. 788 

Dickie (Edgar Primrose) Paper boat. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1944; A ad int. 28068; pubd. Dec. 20, 1943; 
Hodder & Stoughton, ltd,, Bickley, Kent, Eng- 
land. 789 

Dickson (Carter) He wouldn't kill Patience. © Feb. 
9, 1944; A 178752; William Morrow & co., inc., 
New York. 790 

Dimbleby (Richard)* Cuddington, Bucks., England. 
Frontiers are green. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1944; A ad 
int. 28075; pubd. Dec. 13, 1943. 791 

Dixon (Franklin W.) Melted coins. © Feb. 15, 1944 ; 
A 178738; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New York. 

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829 



Dolloff (Eugene Dinsmore) Sunday night services 
can be successful. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178358; 
Fleming H. Revell co., New York. 793 

Doner (Mary Frances) O distant star. [1st ed.] © 
Feb. 4,1944; A 178880; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 794 

Downing (J. Hyatt)* Los Angeles. Harvest is late. 
© Jan. 26, 1944; A 178617. 795 

Draper (George) Human constitution in clinical 
medicine, [by] G. Draper, C. W. Dupertuis [and] 
J. L. Caughey, jr. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 178383; 
Paul B. Hoeber, inc., New York. 796 

Draper (Wilton Draper)* Skiatook, Okl. Organiza- 
tion and operation of the Oklahoma high school 
athletic association. © Jan. 20, 1944; A 178377. 

797 

Duffey (William R.) Public speaking, by W. R. Duf- 
fey and Francis A. Duffey. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 
178572; B. Herder book co., St Louis. 798 

Durham (G. Homer) Gospel kingdom. Selections 
from the writings and discourses of John Taylor. 
Selected, arranged and annotated, with an intro- 
duction, by G. H. Durham. © Nov. 25, 1943; A 
178574; Bookcraft co., Salt Lake City. 799 

Duvoisin (Roger) They put out to sea. [1st ed.] © 
Feb. 14, 1944; A 178725; Alfred A. Knom", inc., 
New York. 800 

Dybvig (Philip S.) ed. Forward march of faith. 
Edited by P. S. Dybvig and Randolph E. Haugan. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; A 178542; Augsburg pub. house, 
Minneapolis. 801 

Eden (Rob) Mountain lodge. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 
178664; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 802 

Edwards (Kenneth)* London. Men of action. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1944; A ad int 28070; pubd. Dec. 6, 1943. 

803 

Edwardson (Christian) Facts of faith. © Feb. 26, 
1943; A 178389; Southern pub. assn. of Seventh- 
day adventists, Nashville. 804 

Electronic engineering, v. 16, no. 191, Jan., 1944. 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1944; A ad int 28063; pubd. Jan. 
1; Hulton press, ltd., London. 805 

Elsschot (Willem) Tsjip en de leeuwentemmer. © 
Dec. 22, 1943; A 178498; Querido, inc., New York. 



Embree (Edwin R.) 13 against the odds. © Feb. 12, 
1944; A 178694; Viking press, inc., New York. 

807 

Encyclopedia library. Unabridged, v. 1-12. Editor- 
in-chief, William Dodge Lewis. © Dec. 30, 1943. 
A 178437; John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 808 

Epperson (Harry A.)* Buena Vista, Col. Colorado 
as I saw it © Jan. 1, 1944; A 178531. 809 

Erich (John B.) Traumatic injuries of facial bones. 
[By] J. B. Erich [and] Louie T. Austin. © Jan.25, 
1944; A 178433; W. B. Saunders co., Philadel- 
phia. 810 



Eversull (Harry Kelso)* Cincinnati. Sir Knight 
William McKinley. ©Nov. 15, 1943; A 178673. 

811 

Fabres (Oscar) illus. Thumbelina, by Hans Chris- 
tian Andersen. Translated by Paul Leyssac. 
Illustrated by O. Fabres. © Dec. 28, 1943; A 
178393; Hyperion press, New York. 812 

Falk (James)* Grantsburg, Wis. Medic from Bun- 
ker Hill. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 178473. 813 

Farjeon (Eleanor)* London. Fair Venetian. © lc. 
Feb. 17, 1944; A ad int 28083; pubd. Dec. 22, 
1943. 814 

[Faust (Frederick)] Los Angeles. Silvertip's 
chase, by Max Brand [pseud.] © Feb. 8, 1944; 
A 178645. 815 

Federal supplement, v. 51. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 
178561; West pub. co., St Paul. 816 

Ferris (Theodore Parker) This created world. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178775; Harper & 
bros., New York. 817 

Fifty years of education for librarianship. Papers 
presented for the celebrations of the fiftieth an- 
niversary of the University of Illinois library 
school, March 2, 1943. © Oct 26, 1943; A 
178453; University of Illinois press, Urbana, 
111. 818 

Fisher (Welthy Honsinger) Frederick Bonn Fisher, 
world citizen. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178708; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 819 

Fitzgerald (Robert)* New York. Wreath for the 
sea. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 178608. 820 

Fleming (D. F.) While America slept © Jan. 27, 
1944; A 178534; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

821 

Fletcher (Harris Francis) ed. John Milton's com- 
plete poetical works, v. 1. Critical text ed. © 
Dec. 29, 1943; A 178456; University of Illinois 
press, Urbana, 111. 822 

Florida. Florida statutes annotated, v. 18, 19. © 
Jan. 21, 1944; A 178564, 178565; Harrison co., 
Atlanta & West pub. co., St Paul. 823, 824 

Flynn (John T.)* New York. As we go marching. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 4, 1944; A 178580. 825 

[Formolo (Mrs. Anthony)] Golden apples of the sun. 
[By] Rosemary Obermeyer [pseud. 1st ed. ] © 
Jan. 27, 1944; A 178612; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 826 

Fowler (Gene)* Los Angeles. Good night, sweet 
prince; the life and times of John Barrymore. 
Literary classics ed. ©Jan. 10, 1944; A 178625. 

827 

Frank (E. R.)* Manhattan, Kan. Veterinary surgery 
notes. © Feb. 12, 1944; A 178748. 828 

Frey (Austin R.) Fundamentals of radio communi- 
cations. [1st ed.l © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178799; 
Longmans, Green & co., inc., New York. 829 



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Frey (Mae Eleanor) Altars of brick. © Oct. 1, 
1943; A 178402; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 830 

Friend (Oscar J.)* New York. Long noose. © June 
19, 1942; A 178419. 831 

Fries (Adelaide L.) Road to Salem. © Feb. 5, 
1944; A 178573; University of North Carolina 
press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 832 

Fry (Sheila Kaye-Smith)* Little Doucegrove, 
Northiam, Sussex, England & Stern (Gladys 
Bronwyn)* London. Talking of Jane Austen, by 
Sheila Kaye-Smith and Gladys Bronwyn Stern. 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; A ad int. 28078; pubd. Dec. 
16, 1943. 833 

Garesche (Edward Francis) Ethics and the art of 
conduct for nurses. © Feb. 7, 1944; A 178618; 
W. B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 834 

Germann (Robert F.)* Rutherford, N. J. Jitter Run. 
[Victory ed.] © Feb. 9, 1944; A 178753. 835 

Gilbert (Anthony) Spy for Mr. Crook. © Jan. 25, 
1944; A 178644; Smith & Durrell, New York. 83P 

Gilbert (Dan Wesley)* San Diego. Real fifth column 
and how it is undermining America. © Feb. 1, 
1942; A 178637. 837 

Girvan (Helen)* New York. White tulip. © Jan. 27, 
1944; A 178424. 838 

Girvin (Harvey F.) Strength of materials. 1st ed. 
© Jan. 10, 1944; A 178681; Internatl. textbook 
co., Scranton. 839 

Golieb (David E.) Credit and collections. © Feb. 
11, 1944; A 178735; Alexander Hamilton insti- 
tute, inc., New York. 840 

Goris (Jan Albert) Belgium in bondage. © Jan. 10, 
1944; A 178349; L. B. Fischer pub. Corp., New 
York. 841 

Gosselink (Sara Elizabeth) Beside the Syrian Sea . 
© Dec. 15, 1943; A 178699; William B. Eerd- 
mans pub. co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 842 

Grinnell (Alice Bowersox) Land of the lakes. © 
Oct. 16, 1941; A 178525; Exposition press, New 
York. 843 

Groves (Ernest R.) American woman. © Feb. 17, 
1944; A 178740; Emerson books, inc., New York. 

844 

Guerard (Albert J.) The hunted. [1st ed.] © Feb.14, 

1944; A 178720; Alfred A.Knopf, inc., New York. 

845 

[Guterman (Norbert)] tr. French colonies, by Jac- 
ques Stern. [Translated from the French, by N. 
Guterman] © Feb. 7, 1944; A 178764; Didier 
pub. co., New York. 846 

Hackett (Ann Laura)* San Francisco, Tilak of 
Tibet. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 178552. 847 

Halleran (Eugene E.)* Ocean City, N. J. No range 
is free. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 178489. 848 

Halliday (Brett) Michael Shayne's long chance. © 
Feb. 8, 1944; A 178646; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 849 



Hamlin (Talbot) Greek revival architecture in 
America. © Jan. 27. 1944; A 178479; Oxford 
univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 850 

Handler (Milton) Cases and materials on labor law 
by M. Handler, assisted by Stanley A. Schlesin- 
ger. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 178562; West pub. co. , 
St. Paul. 851 

Hanley (James)* Llanfechain, Montgomery, North 
Wales, England. Sailor's song. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1944; A ad int. 28079, pubd. Dec. 20, 1943. 852 

Hanson (Phyllis Sutherland)* Norfolk, Va. True by 
the sun. © Dec. 15, 1943; A 178633. 853 

Harman (R. V.) American citizenship practice. © 
Dec. 27, 1943; A 178511; University pub. co., 
Lincoln, Neb. 854 

Harrington (Fred Harvey) God, e ....on and the 
Japanese. Dr. Horace N. Allen and Korean- 
American relations, 1884-1905. © Feb. 10, 
1944; A 178675, University of Wisconsin, Madi- 
son, Wis. _ 855 

Harris (Charles W.)* Seattle. Hydraulics. Second 
printing, revised. © Jan. 25, 1944; A 178493. 

856 

Hartridge (Walter Charlton) Letters of Don Juan 
McQueen to his family, written from Spanish 
East Florida, 1791-1807. © Oct. 1, ; 943; A 
178471; Bostick & Thornley, inc., Columbia, S. 
C. 857 

Harvey society, New York. Harvey lectures, de- 
livered under the auspices of The Harvey so- 
ciety of New York, 1942-1943. Series 38. © 
Dec. 22, 1943, A 178583; Science press print- 
ing co., Lancaster, Pa. 858 

Hausman (Leon Augustus) ed. niustrated encyclo- 
pedia of American birds. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 
178545; Garden City pub. co., inc., New York. 

859 

Haycox (Ernest)* Portland, Or. Bugles in the af- 
ternoon. [1st ed.] © Feb. 10, 1944; A 178622. 

860 

Haywood (H. L.) Freemasonry and Roman Catholi- 
cism. © Jan. 27, 1944; A 178688; Masonic his- 
tory co., Chicago. 861 

Heberden (M. V.)* New York. To what dread end. 
[1st ed.] © Jan. 21, 1944; A 178600. 862 

flerndon (John Goodwin)* Haverford, Pa. John Thom- 
son, Presbyterian constitutionalist minister of 
the Word of God, educational leader and church 
builder. © Dec. 8, 1943; A 178581. 863 

Hersey (Harold)* New York. G. L laughs. © Jan. 
19, 1944; A 178514. 864 

Hersey (John)* New York. Bell for Adano. [1st ed.] 
© Feb. 7, 1944; A 178613. 865 

Hewett (Edgar L.)* Santa Fe, N. M. Campfire and 
trail. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 178341. 866 

Hewson (Edgar Wendell) & Longley (Richmond Wil- 
berforce)* Toronto. Meteorology, theoretical 
and applied. © Jan. 28, 1944; A 178620. 867 



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[Heydemann (Lillian P.)]* Waban, Mass. Hollywood 
on your budget, by Lily Carthew [pseud.] © 
Nov. 19, 1942; A 178589. 868 

Higbee (Alma Robison) Songs for mountain men. © 
Oct. 29, 1943; A 178635, Kaleidograph press, 
Dallas. 869 

Highet (Gilbert) tr, Paideia, the ideals of Greek 
culture, by Werner Jaeger. Translated from the 
German manuscript, by G. Highet. v. 3. © Feb. 
3, 1944; A 178592, Oxford univ. press, New 
York, inc., New York. 870 

Hoeksema (Herman) Amazing cross. © Dec. 15, 
1943; A 178403; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 871 

Hoff (Ernest G.) Emanuel B. Hoff , Bible teacher. 
© Jan. 20, 1944; A 178781, Brethren pub. house, 
inc., Elgin, 111. 872 

Honig (Edwin) Garcia Lorca. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 
179655; New directions, Norfolk, Conn. 873 



Horowitz (Nathan)* Brooklyn. 
Jan. 19, 1944; A 178516. 



[Meoroth Noson] 



874 



Hubbard (Alice Philena) tr, Perfect wife, trans- 
lated from the Spanish of Friar Luis de Leon, 
1583. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 178683; Louis H. Hub- 
bard, Denton, Tex. 875 

Huden (John C.) Development of state school admin- 
istration in Vermont. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 
178624; Vermont historical soc, Montpelier, 
Vt. 876 

Humphreys (George W.) Pastor speaks out. © Dec. 
31, 1943; A 178356; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 877 



Hurst (Vida) Love flies out. © Feb. 1, 
178663; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 



A 
878 



Illustrated London news. 879-881 

v. 203, no. 5462, Dec. 25, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 

1944; A ad int. 28065; pubd. Dec. 25, 1943. 
v. 204. 

No. 5463, Jan. 1, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1944; 

A ad int. 28077; pubd. Jan. 1. 
No. 5464, Jan. 8, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28081, pubd. Jan. 8. 
© King features syndicate , inc. , New York. 
Ingersoll (R. Sturgis)* Philadelphia. Henry McCar- 
ter. © Jan. 13, 1944; A 178509. 882 

Ingles (May) Teaching the use of books and librar- 
ies, by M. Ingles and Anna McCague. © Feb.15, 
1944; A 178756; H. W. Wilson co., New York. 

883 

Irish (William)* New York. Deadline at dawn. © 
Jan. 18, 1944; A 178519. 884 

Irwin (Leslie W.) Curriculum in health and physi- 
cal education. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178667; C. V. 
Mosby co., St. Louis. 885 

Jackson (Charles R.)* New York. Lost weekend. © 
Jan. 27, 1944; A 178507. 886 

Jackson (H.C. L.)* Detroit. Ups and downs. © Sept. 
24, 1943; A 178584. 887 



Jenkins (Rolland) Fundamentals of mechanical in- 
spection for trainees and junior inspectors, 1st 
ed. © Jan. 26, 1944, A 178431; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 888 

Jerome (Owen Fox) Murder as usual. © May 18, 
1942, A 178422; Gateway books, New York. 889 

Jessop (Harry E.) Day of wrath. © Nov. 5, 1943; A 
178352; Fleming H. Revell co., New York. 890 

Johnson (Julia E.) Basic English. © Feb. 7, 1944; 
A 178755; H. W. Wilson co., New York. 891 

Johnson (Hewlett) Secret of Soviet strength. © Dec. 
15, 1943; A 178442; Internati. publishers co., 
inc., New York. 892 

Johnson (William H.) Modern drafting. [By] W. H. 
Johnson and Louis V. Newkirk. © Feb. 8,1944; 
A 178596, Macmillan co., New York. 893 

Jordan (Gail) Love on the run. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 
178661; Phoenix press, New York. 894 

Kanigher (Robert) 895, 896 

How to make money writing for newspapers and 

magazines. © Jan. 15, 1944, A 178513. 
Where and how to sell your manuscripts. © Jan. 

15, 1944, A 178512. 
© Cambridge house, New York. 

Kansas. Supreme court . Reports of cases argued 
and determined, v. 156. © Feb. 2, 1944; A 
178669; Schuyler W. Jackson, official reporter 
for the use and benefit of the state of Kansas, 
Topeka, Kan. 897 

Kazmayer (Robert)* Rochester, N. Y. Out of the 
clouds. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 178490. 898 

Keeler (Harry Stephen) Case of the lavender grip- 
sack,, © Feb. 1, 1944; A 178665, Phoenix press, 
New York. 899 

Kettridge (J. O.) Pocket dictionary of the French 
and English languages. [1st ed.] ©Ice. Jan. 
29, 1944; A ad int. 28067; pubd. Dec. 10, 1944; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 900 

Kirkland (Winifred) First Christmas. © Nov. 5, 
1943; A 178353; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 901 

Kirkpatrick (Robert White) Creative delivery of 
sermons. © Feb. 1, 1944, A 178684; Macmil- 
lan co. , New York. 902 

Kizer (Benjamin H.) U„ S. -Canadian northwest. © 
Oct. 30, 1943; A 178656; Princeton univ. press, 
Princeton, N. J. 903 

Knowles (Asa S.) Industrial management, by A. S. 
Knowles and Robert D. Thomson. © Feb. 8, 
1944; A 178686; Macmillan co., New York. 904 

Koster (Simon) De sneeuwbal. © Dec. 22, 1943; A 
178495; Querido, inc., New York. 905 

Kromminga (D. H.) Christian reformed tradition. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 906 

Kuskulis (Elisabeth)* Denver. Not unto Caesar. A 
collection of poems by E. Kuskulis, selected by 
RuDy Fairley Cozby. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 178524. 

907 



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Lambdin (Ina S.) Junior leadership manual. ©Dec. 
6, 1943; A 178435; Sunday school board of the 
Southern Baptist convention, Nashville. 908 

Lambie (Thomas A.) Boot and saddle in Africa. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; A 178359; Fleming H. Revell co.. 
New York. 909 

Langdon (Bessie E.)* Longmeadow, Mass. Candles 
at midnight. © Nov. 5, 1943; A 178634. 910 

Lasker (Bruno)* Yonkers, N. Y. Peoples of south - 
east Asia. [1st ed.] © Feb. 14, 1944; A 178724. 

911 

Lasso (Raphael V.)* New York. Wonderland Ecua- 
dor. © Jan. 21, 1944, A 178541. 912 

Lawrence (F. K Jpseud. . tr. Russia and postwar 
Europe, by David J. Dallin. Translated byF. K. 
Lawrence [pseud.] © Nov. 30, 1943, A 178779; 
Yale univ. press, New Haven. 913 

LeComte (R. M.) Manual of urology. © Feb. 3, 
1944, A 178538; Williams & Wilkins co., Balti- 
more. 914 

Lehmann-Haupt (Hellmut) Terrible Gustave Dofe. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; A 178528; Marchbanks press, 
inc., New York. 915 

Lemmon (Talulah) On the wing. © Dec. 7, 1943; A 
178515; Sadie D. Clarke, Myrtle Beach, S. C. 

916 

Lenz (Ellis Christian) Muzzle flashes. © Jan. 31, 
1944; A 178556; Standard publications, inc., 
Huntington, W. Ya. 917 

Leslie (A.) Arizona ranger courage. © July 15, 
1942; A 178415; Gateway books, New York. 918 

Levy (Louis)* London. La France est une demo- 
cratic. © Nov. 15, 1943; A for. 48666. 919 



Linn (Otto F.) Gospel of Mark. © Jan. 11, 1944; A 
178472; Gospel trumpet co., Anderson, Ind. 920 



Lipchitz (Jacques) Twelve bronzes. © Mar. 
1943; A 178462; Curt Valentin, New York. 



1, 

921 



Little (Constance) Black homeymoon. [By] Con- 
stance and Gwenyth Little. [1st ed.] © Jan. 21, 
1944; A 178517; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., 
New York. 922 

Lodge (Joseph Pierce) Corbin's New Jersey form 
book. © Jan. 27, 1944; A 178559, Soney & Sage 
co., Newark, N. J. 923 

Lomas (Margaret Dager) Old Testament Bible les- 
sons for the home. © Feb. 1,1944; A 178571; 
Westminster press, Philadelphia. • 924 

Loveless (Wendell P.) Little talks on great words. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; A 178398; William B. Eerdmans 
pub. co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 925 

Lundquist (Harold L.) Dynamic Christian living. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; A 178401; William B. Eerdmans 
pub. co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 926 

[McCloskey (Richard Gordon)] Seacoast artillery. 
© Feb. 14, 1944; A 178741; Military service 
pub. co., Harrisburg, Pa. 927 



McCoy (John Pleasant) Swing the big -eyed rabbit. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 14, 1944, A 178691; E. P. Dut- 
ton & co., inc., New York. 928 

McCuUey (Johnston) Gold of Smoky Mesa. © July 
15, 1942; A 178414; Gateway books, New York. 

929 

McDowell (Amanda) Fiddles in the Cumberlands, 
by A. McCowell [and] Lela McDowell Blanken- 
ship. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178521, Richard R. 
Smith, New York. 930 

McLellan (Mary C.) Dr. Moore's family, © Oct. 
1, 1943, A 178397, William B. Eerdmans pub. 
co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 931 



MacLiesh (A. Fleming)* Long Beach, Calif, 
of silence. © Jan. 25, 1944; A 178508. 



Cone 
932 



MacManus (Francis)* Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland. 
Greatest of these. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1944; A ad 
int. 28061; pubd. Nov. 30, 1943. 933 

McMurtry (Robert Gerald)* Harrogate, Tenn. Ben 
Hardin Helm, rebel brother-in-law of Abraham 
Lincoln, with a biographical sketch of his wife 
and an account of the Todd family of Kentucky. 
© Jan. 20, 1944; A 178404. 934 

Madariaga (Salvador de)* Oxford, England. Heart 
of jade. © Feb. 10, 1944, A 178623. 935 

Mandel (William) Soviet Far East and Central Asia. 
© Jan. 19, 1944; A 178429; Secretariat, Insti- 
tute of Pacific relations, New York. 936 

[Mann (Elizabeth Foster)]* New York. Dirigo 
Point, by Elizabeth Foster. © Feb. 8, 1944; A 
178790. 937 

Mann (Klaus) ed. Heart of Europe. An anthology 
of creative writing in Europe, 1920-1940. Edited 
by K. Mann and Hermann Kesten. © Dec. 17, 
1943; A 178350; L. B. Fischer pub. corp., New 
York. 938 

Marston (William Moulton) F. F. Proctor, vaude- 
ville pioneer, by W. M. Marston and John Henry 
FeUer. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178520; Georgena M. 
Proctor, New York. 939 

© Feb. 14, 1944; 
Anderson, Ind. 

940 



Martin (Earl L.) Gospel of Luke. 
A 178766, Gospel trumpet co. 



Mary Rosalia, sister . Teaching confraternity clas- 
© Jan. 25, 1944; A 178557; Loyola univ. press , 
Chicago. 941 

Masson (Andre) Anatomy of my universe. © Mar. 
10, 1943; A 178445; Curt Valentin, New York. 

942 

Matthews (E. C.) How to draw funny pictures. © 
Feb. 15, 1944; A 178762, Frederick J. Drake & 
co., Chicago. 943 

Maynard (Harold B.) Guide to methods improve- 
ment, by H. B. Maynard and G. J. Stegemerten. 
1st ed. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 178614; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 944 

Merwin (Sam) ir, Death in the Sunday supplement. 
© Aug. 14, 1942; A 178420; Gateway books, New 
York. 945 



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Meserve (Frederick Hill) Photographs of Abraham 
Lincoln. [By] F. H. Meserve [and] Carl Sand- 
burg. [1st ed.] © Feb. 10, 1944; A 178789; Har- 
court, Brace & co., inc., New York. 946 

Metcalf (Keyes D.) Program of instruction in li- 
brary schools, by K. D. Metcalf, John Dale Rus- 
sell [and] Andrew D. Osborn. © Nov. 30, 1943; 
A 178454; University of Illinois press, Urbana, 
111. 947 

Michigan. Michigan statutes annotated. 1943 re- 
vision of v. 17, 23. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178464, 
178505; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 948, 949 

Mollard (Wesley) Essentials of precision inspec- 
tion. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 178615; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 950 

Montana. Supreme court. Reports of cases argued 
and determined, v. 113. © Nov. 29, 1943; A 
178503; State pub, co., Helena, Mont 951 

Moore (Mary E.)* Crowell, Tex. Safeguarding our 
future. © July 26, 1943; A 178588. 952 

More (Louis Trenchard) Life and works of the Hon- 
ourable Robert Boyle. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 178503; 
Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 

953 

Morrill (Rosa Neil)* Venice, Calif. Stray sparks. 
[Special ed.] © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178761. 954 

Morse (Samuel French)* Greensboro, N. C. Time 
of year. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178801. 955 

Musser (Benjamin Francis)* Salem, N. J. Beloved 
mendicant, moments from the life of God's beg- 
gar and builder, Father Francis Koch of the Or- 
der of friars minor, 1843-1920. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 178485. 956 

Myers (Henry Alonzo) Spinoza -Hegel paradox. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 178711; Cornell univ., Ithaca, N, 
Y. 957 

Myrdal (Gunnar) American dilemma, by G. Myrdal, 
with the assistance of Richard Sterner and Ar- 
nold Rose, v. 1, 2. [lsted.] © Jan. 26, 1944; A 
178427, 178428; Harper &bros., New York. 

958, 959 

Nance (Gusta Barfield) History of Mexican litera- 
ture. [By] Carlos Gonzalez Pefla. Translated by 
G. B. Nance and Florene Johnson Dunstan. © 
Jan. 31, 1944; A 178658; University press in Dal- 
las, Dallas. 960 

Nash (Philip Curtis) Adventure in world order. © 
Feb. 14,1944; A 178780; Amer. Unitarian assn., 
Boston. 961 

National bureau of economic research. Conference 
on research in income and wealth. Studies in in- 
come and wealth, v. 6. © Feb. 7, 1943; A 178731; 
Natl, bureau of economic research, inc., New 
York. 962 

Nelson (Wilbur C.)* Ames, la. Airplane propeller 
principles. © Jan. 25, 1944; A 178492. 963 

New standard encyclopedia, v. 1-10. © Jan. 14, 
1944; A 178439; Standard education soc, Chi- 
cago. 964 



Nichols (Margaret Gorman)* Baltimore. Portrait 
of love. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 178729. 965 

Nichols (Perry) Value of escharotics. © Jan. 22, 
1944; A 178491, Dr. Nichols sanatorium, inc., 
Savannah, Mo. 966 

Nicholson (Fred) Blueprint reading. [By] F. Nich- 
olson and Fred Jones. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 
178574; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New York. 

967 

Nizer (Louis)* New York. What to do with Ger- 
many. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 178510. 968 

Nord (Sverre)* Seattle. Logger's odyssey. ©Dec. 
27, 1943; A 178363. 969 

Oates (Whitney Jennings) Greek literature in trans- 
lation, by W. J. Oates and Charles Theophiius 
Murphy. [1st ed.] © Feb. 9, 1944; A 178800, 
Longmans, Green & co., inc., New York. 970 

O'Conneil (Laurence J.) Book of ceremonies. © 
Jan. 22, 1944; A 178380; Bruce pub. co., Mil- 
waukee. 971 

Oesper (Ralph E.) tr. Laboratory manual of spot 
tests, by Fritz Feigl. Translated from the Ger- 
man manuscript, by R. E. Oesper. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 178747; Academic press, inc., New York. 

972 

Ohio. Ellis' annotated municipal code of Ohio. 1944 
supplement © Feb. 11, 1944; A 178679; W. H. 
Anderson co., Cincinnati. 973 

Ohio law abstract, v. 38. © Dec. 27, 1943; A 
178465; Law abstract co., Norwalk, O. & Law- 
yers cooperative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 974 

Oklahoma. Supplement to Oklahoma criminal di- 
gest © Jan. 25, 1944; A 178452; Harlow pub. 
Corp., Oklahoma City. 975 

Oldfather (William Abbott) ed. Studies in the text 
tradition of St Jerome's Vitae Patrum, by John 
Frank Cherf, Katherine Tubbs Corey [and 
others] Edited by W. A. Oldfather. © Dec. 18, 
1943; A 178455; University of Illinois press, Ur- 
bana, 111. 976 

[Oliver (Berta Ruck)] Shining chance. [By] Berta 
Ruck. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178366; Dodd, Mead & 
co., inc., New York. 977 

[Olson (Alma Luise)] tr. Behind the steel wall; a 
Swedish journalist in Berlin, 1941-43, by Arvid 
Fredborg. [Translated by A. L. Olson, and 
others] Literary classics ed. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
A 178695, Viking press, inc., New York. 978 

O'Neil (Paul) Why be short © Dec. 28, 1943; A 
178382; Germaine Haenel, Yonkers, N. Y. 979 

Pacific digest, covering volumes 131-140 Pacific 
reporter, Second series. © Jan. 28, 1944; A 
178567; West pub. co., St. Paul. 980 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 141 P. 2d. © 
Jan. 25, 1944; A 178563, West pub. co., St. Paul. 



Palme (Arthur) tr. Electron- optics, by Paul Hat- 
schek. Translated by A. Palme. © Feb. 1, 1944; 
A 178499; Amer. photographic pub. co., Boston. 

982 



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Parker (Charles M.) Steel in action. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 178361; Jaques Cattell press, Lancaster, 
Pa. 983 

Parker (Charles W.) ed. Grand jury, by Charles H. 
Winfield. 3d ed., revised to meet changes in 
the law, by C. W. Parker. © Jan. 28, 1944; A 
178619; Soney & Sage co., Newark, N. J. 984 

Parry (J. Burford) Religion that smiles. ©Dec. 31, 
1943; A 178357; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 985 

Pearson (Frank A.) Food. [By] F. A, Pearson and 
Don Paarlberg. [1st ed.] © Feb. 14, 1944; A 
178723; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 986 

Peattie (Margaret Rhodes)* Columbus, O. The re- 
turn. [Victory ed.] © Feb. 9, 1944; A 178754. 

987 

Peech (Sibyl) tr. Pedagogical sketch book. [By] 
Paul Klee. Translated by S. Peech. © Jan. 1, 
1944; A 178392; Nierendorf gallery, New York. 



Peltz (Mary Ellis) Spotlights on the stars. © Nov. 
12, 1943; A 178785; Metropolitan opera guild, 
New York. 989 

Pennsylvania. Superior court, Pennsylvania Supe- 
rior court reports, v. 152. © Jan. 25, 1944; A 
178668; Bureau of publications, Department of 
property & supplies for the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. 990 

Perry (George Sessions)* Rockdale, Tex. Hack- 
berry cavalier. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 178693. 991 

Phillips (Harold Cooke) Life's unanswered ques- 
tions. [1st ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178774; Har- 
per & bros., New York. 992 

Picture post v. 22. 993, 994 

No. 2, Jan. 8, 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1944; A ad 

int 28066; pubd. Jan. 5. 
No. 4, Jan. 22, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1944; A ad 

int. 28080; pubd. Jan. 19. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Polnay (Peter de)* London. Water on the steps. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1944; A ad int. 28072; pubd. Nov. 
18, 1943. 995 

Pope (Francis) Airplane power plant, by F. Pope 
and Arthur S. Otis. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 178768; 
world book co., Yonkers, N. Y. 996 

Porter (Burton P.) Old canal days. l er ed. © Dec. 
31, 1942; A 178529; F. J. Heer printing co., 
Columbus, O. 997 

Pratt (Wallace E.) Oil in the earth. © Jan. 31, 
1944; A 178553; University Oi Kansas press, 
Lawrence, Kan. 998 

Prentice (E. Parmalee) Food, war and the *uture. 
© Jan. 26, 1944; A 178602; Harper & bros., New 
York. 999 

Priest (Alan) Chinese sculpture in the Metropoli- 
tan museum of art. © Feb. 7, 1944; A 178698; 
Metropolitan museum of art, New York. 1000 



Procter (Leslie C.) For freedom's sake. © Jan. 
14, 1944; A 178481; Beckley-Cardy co., Chicago. 

1001 

Punch. 1002-1004 

v. 205. 

No. 5366, Dec. 8, 1943. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1944; 

A ad int. 28071; pubd. Dec. 8, 1943. 
No. 5368, Dec. 22, 1943. © 1 c Feb. 17, 
1944; A ad int 28085; pubd. Dec. 22, 1943. 
v. 206. 

No. 5371, Jan. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; 
A ad int 28074; pubd. Jan. 12. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Purnell (Idella) Walt Disney's Bambi, adapted from 
Felix Salten. Retold by I. Purnell. © Jan. 20, 
1944; A 178653; Walt Disney productions, Bur- 
bank, Calif. 1005 

Rainier (Peter W.)* New York. Pipeline to battle. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; A 178504. 1006 

Ramsden (Evelyn) fr. Signature tune. [By] Sven 
Auren, Translated by E. Ramsden. © 1 c. Jan. 
29, 1944; A ad int 28073; pubd. Dec. 3, 1943; 
Sven Auren, Stocksund, Sweden. 1007 

Raspono (Anthony Francis)* Tarzana, Calif. Human 
harvest © Dec. 30, 1943; A 178570. 1008 

Read (Grantly Dick)* London. Childbirth without 
fear. [1st ed.] © Jan. 26, 1944; A 178601. 1009 

Reany (William) St Theodore of Canterbury. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 178498; H Herder book co., St 
Louis. 1010 

Reed (Thomas H.) Twenty years of government in 
Essex County, New Jersey. © Jan. 27, 1944; A 
178459; D. Appleton-Century co., inc., New York. 

1011 

Reese (Paul Stromberg)* Minneapolis. Seth Cook 
Rees, the warrior -saint © Apr. 28, 1934; A 
178502. 1012 

Regensteiner (Theodore)* Chicago. My first seven- 
ty-five years. Pt 2. Fifty years of colortype 
printing, by A. G. Fegert © Oct 2, 1943; A 
178303. 1013 



Rewald (John) ed^. Woodcuts of Aristide Maillot © 
Dec. 20, 1943; A 178394; Pantheon books, inc., 
New York. 1014 

Rhode Island. Supreme court Reports of cases ar- 
gued and determined, v. 68. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 
178676; State of Rhode Island & Providence 
plantations, Providence. 1015 

Rice (Madeleine Hooke) American Catholic opinion 
in the slavery controversy. © Feb. 7, 1944; A 
178605; Columbia univ. press, New York. 1016 

Richardson (C. H.) Introduction to statistical analy- 
sis. © Jan. 4, 1944; A 178368; Harcourt, Brace 
& co., inc., New York. 1017 

Riley (W. B.) At sunset © Jan. 12, 1944; A 178797; 
Higley printing co., Butler, Ind. 1018 

[Rister (Claude)] Outlaws' trap, by Tex Holt [pseud.] 
© Aug. 14, 1943; A 178717; Arcadia house, inc., 
New York. 1019 



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Robb (Louis A.)* Huntington, L. L, N. Y. Engineers' 
dictionary, Spanish-English and English-Span- 
ish. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178373. 1020 

Robinson (Anna Walker) Gen'eman of de South. © 
Jan. 22, 1944, A 178550; Broadman press, Nash- 
ville. 1021 

Robinson (Dores Eugene) Story of our health mes- 
sage. © Nov. 18, 1943; A 178388; Southern pub. 
assn. of Seventh-day adventists, Nashville. 1022 

Robinson (Nona) ed. Lantern in her hand. [By] Bess 
Streeter Aldrich. Edited by N. Robinson. [School 
ed.] © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178441; D. Appleton- 
Century co., inc., New York. 1023 

Robson 0ohn B.) Louisiana's natural resources. © 
Feb. 15, 1944, A 178778; Silver Burdett co., New 
York. 1024 

Roden (H. W.)* New York. You only hang once. © 
Jan. 5, 1944; A 178369. 1025 

Rodkey (Robert G.) Sound policies for bank manage- 
ment. © Feb. 10, 1944; A 178651; Ronald press 
co., New York. 1026 

Rodriguez (Teodoro Ortiz) tr. Doce message que 
cambiaron el mundo. [Por] Larry Lesuer. Tra- 
ducion por T. O. Rodriguez. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 
for. 48667; Editorial nuevo mundo, s. de r. I., 
Mexico, D. F. 1027 

Roos (Kelley)* New York. Sailor, take warning. © 
Jan. 18, 1944; A 178365. 1028 

Rosen (George) History of miners' diseases. © 
Dec. 28, 1943; A 178682; Schuman's, New York. 

1029 

Rosenthal (Richard S.) German self taught. © Jan. 
31, 1944; A 178773, Funk & Wagnalls co., New 
New York. 1030 

Russell (Cecil Frederick)* Los Angeles. Prove- 
nance. [1st ed.] © Jan. 29, 1944; A 178782. 1031 

Salny (Samuel M.)* Fitchburg, Mass. Independent 
unions under the Wagner act. © Feb. 11, 1944; 
A 178678. 1032 

Saulnier (Raymond J.) Financing equipment for com- 
mercial and industrial enterprise. [By] R. J. 
Saulnier and Neil H. Jacoby. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 
178537; Natl, bureau of economic research, inc., 
New York. 1033 

Saxon (John) Touch of passion. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 
178662; Phoenix press, New York. 1034 

Scanlon (Cora Carroll) Latin grammar. Grammar, 
vocabularies and exercises in preparations for 
the reading of the missal and breviary, by C. C. 
Scanlon and Charles L. Scanlon. © Jan. 26, 1944; 
A 178379; B. Herder book co., St. Louis. 1035 

[Scharf (Emily Ellen)]* Lexington, Ky. 1036-1038 
Charm of the shadows, by Susanne [pseud.] © 

Dec. 11, 1943; A 178486. 
Training and gaiting. Compiled by Susanne 
[pseud, v. 1, 2] © Nov. 27, 1943; Jan. 4, 
1944; A 178483, 178484. 



Schatkin (Sidney B.) Disputed paternity proceed- 
ings. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 178783; Banks & co.,& 
Matthew Bender & co., inc., Albany. 1039 

Schnapper (M. B.) ed. United nations agreements. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; A 178677; Amer. council on pub- 
lic affairs, Washington. 1040 

Schreiber (Albert M.) When the bishop blesses. © 
July 15, 1943; A 178732; Standard printing co., 
San Antonio. 1041 

Scott (Bradford) The cowpuncher. © Oct. 15, 1942; 
A 178410; Gateway books, New York. 1042 

Seger (Gerhart H.) Germany, to be or not to be? 
By G. H. Seger and Siegfried K. Marck. © Dec. 
1, 1943; A 178715; Rand school press, New York. 

1043 

Seps (Selma Borston)VisitamoslaHabana. [1st ed.] 
© Jan. 26, 1944; A 178426; Harper & bros., New 
York. 1044 

Shane (Susannah) Baby in the ash can. © Jan. 18, 
1944; A 178364; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 1045 

Sherman (Robert) ed. World's great love letters. 
[Tower books ed.] © Oct. 22, 1943; A 178374; 
World pub. co., Cleveland. 



Sherri (Edsel) Shades of passing fancy. 
1944; A 178640; Azalea Sherri, 
Calif. 



1046 

© Jan. 15, 

Lancaster, 

1047 



Shurtleff (Bertrand) AWOL K-9 commando. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 4, 1944; A 178599; Bobbs-Merrill 
co., Indianapolis. 1048 

Shute (William George) Introduction to navigation 
and nautical astronomy. [By] W. G. Shute, Wil- 
liam Wright Shirk, George Forbes Porter [and] 
Courtenay Hemenway. © .Feb. 8, 1944; A 178639; 
Macmillan co., New York. 1049 

Siegele (H. H.) Building, forms, stairs, roofs. © 
Jan. 27, 1944; A 178405; Frederick J. Drake & 
co., Chicago. 1050 

Sigerist (Henry E.) tr, Earliest printed book on 
wine, by Arnald of VillanoVa, 12357-1311. Now 
for the first time rendered into English and with 
an historical essay, by H. E. Sigerist. © Dec. 
28, 1943; A 178629; Schuman's, New York. 1051 

Singer (Israel Joshua)* NewYork. Carnovskyfam- 
ily. © Nov. 5, 1943; A 178387. 1052 

Sjostrom (Dorothea Childs)* Philadelphia Dick 
Smith, bomber pilot. [1st ed.] © Jan. 29, 1944; 
A 178598. 1053 

Smith (Frederick C.) Sulfonamide therapy in medi- 
cal practice. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178728; F. A. 
Davis co., Philadelphia. 1054 

Smith (Mortimer) Life of Ole Bull. © Oct. 12, 1943; 
A 178657; American-Scandinavian foundation, 
New York. 1055 

Smith (Rembert Gilman)* Tulsa, Okl. Mourning be- 
comes Columbia. © Sept. 21, 1943; A 178470. 

1056 



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Smitt (Robert A.)* Los Angeles. Voice of super- 
health. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178641. 1057 

Snider (John D.) I love books. © Feb. 21, 1944; A 
178803; Review & herald pub. assn., Washing- 
ton. 1058 



Snow (Charles H.)* Napa, Calif. 
© Feb. 14, 1944; A 178730. 



Horse thief Pass. 
1059 



Sommer (Frank H.) Commercial law. © Feb. 11, 
1944; A 178735; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 1060 

Sorokin (Pitirim A.) Russia and the United States. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178788; E. P. Dut- 
ton & co., inc., New York. 1061 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 174 S. 
W. 2d. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 178560; West pub. co., 
St Paul. 1062 

Spencer (Gerald A.)* New York. Cosmetalogy in 
the negro. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178744. 1063 

Sphere. 1064-1066 

v. 175, no. 2292, Dec. 25, 1943. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 

1944; A ad int. 28064; pubd. Dec. 25, 1943. 
v. 176. 

No. 2293, Jan. 1, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1944; 

A ad int. 28076; pubd. Jan. 1. 
No. 2294, Jan. 8, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1944; 
A ad int 28082; pubd. Jan. 8. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Standish (Robert) Bonin. © Feb. 8, 1944; A 178595; 
Macmillan co., New York. 1067 

Stauffer (Ruth M.) ed. Adventures in modern litera- 
ture. Edited by R. M. Stauffer and William H. 
Cunningham. © Jan. 28, 1944; A 178546; Har- 
court, Brace & co., inc., New York. 1068 

Stevenson (D. E.) Two Mrs. Abbotts. [War ed.] © 
Dec. 30, 1943; A 178506; Farrar & Rinehart, 
inc., New York. 1069 

Stewart (Pamela Hansford Johnson)* Staines, Mid- 
dlesex, England. Winter quarters, by Pamela 
Hansford Johnson. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1944; A ad 
int. 28062; pubd. Dec. 6, 1943. 1070 

Stoddard (Alexander J.) English one. [By] A. J. Stod- 
dard, Matilda Bailey [and] William Dodge Lewis. 
© Feb. 2, 1944; A 178591, Amer. book co., New 
York. 1071 

Stoddard (Charles) Devil's portage. © Aug. 14, 
1942; A 178416; Gateway books, New York. 1072 

Stoll (Dennis Gray)* Warborough, Oxford, England. 
Comedy in chains. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1944; A ad 
int. 28069; pubd. Dec. 6, 1943. 1073 

Strickland (Hazel N.)'Beginner Sunday school work, 
by H. N. Strickland and Mattie C. Leatherwood. 
© Dec. 1, 1943; A 178434; Sunday school board 
of the Southern Baptist convention, Nashville. 

1074 

Sulzby (James F.) jr.,* Birmingham, Ala. Birming- 
ham as it was in Jackson County, Alabama. © 
Feb. 7, 1944; A 178626. 1075 



Sutter (John A.) jr. Statement regarding early Cal- 
ifornia experiences. [By] J. A. Sutter, jr. Edited, 
with a biography, by Allan R. Ottley. © Dec. 
15, 1943; A 178487; Sacramento book collectors 
club, Sacramento, Calif. 1076 

Sweet (Herman J.) Opening the door for God. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; A 178712; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 1077 

Taliaferro (William H.) ed. Medicine and the war. 
© Jan. 25, 1944; A 178543; University of Chi- 
cago press, Chicago. 1078 

Tarbell (Martha)* East Orange, N. J. Tarbell's 
teachers' guide to the International Sunday- 
school lessons, improved uniform course for 
1944. © Nov. 22, 1943; A 178360. 1079 

Tarshish (Perez) Personalities and books referred 
to in Tosafot © June 18, 1942; A 178609; Lea 
Tarshish Gudelsky, Baltimore. 1080 

Taylor (Harry Werbayne) Quiz fun. © Feb. 18, 
1944; A 178737; Review & herald pub. assn., 
Washington. 1081 

Teichert (Ernest J.) . 1082, 1083 

Introduction to ferrous metallurgy, v. 1. © Jan. 

28, 1944; A 178548. 
Manufacture and fabrication of steel, v. 2. © 

Feb. 10, 1944; A 178751. 
© Pennsylvania state college, State College, Pa. 

Tharratt (George) Aircraft production illustration. 
1st ed. © Feb. 4, 1944; A 178616; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 1084 

Thirkell (Angela) Growing up. [1st American ed.] 
© Feb. 14, 1944; A 178719; Alfred A. Knopf, inc. , 
New York. 1085 

Thorns (Kurt H.) Oral pathology. © Dec. 31, 1943; 
A 178718; C. V. Mosby co., St Louis. 1086 

Thorpe (Berenice) Reunion on Strawberry Hill. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 14, 1944, A 178722; Alfred A. Knopf, 
inc., New York. 1087 

Thulin (Frederick A.) Principles of navigation. © 
Jan. 27, 1944, A 178406; Navigation press, inc., 
Chicago. 1088 

Tinker (Edward Larocque) tr. Canape- Vert, by 
Philippe Thoby-Marcelxn and Pierre Marcelin. 
Translated by E. L. Tinker. © Feb. 17, 1944, 
A 178770; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., New York. 

1089 

Tomlinson (John Charles)* Troy, Pa. Machinist's 
book of verse. © Dec. 23, 1943; A 178569. 1090 

Turnbull (J. R.) Mended wings. © Dec. 1, 1943; 
A 178399; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 1091 

Uhlan (Edward) ed. Hear us, America. © Dec. 20, 
1941; A 178526; Crown publications, New York. 

1092 

United States navy. Office of the Chief of naval 
operations. Aviation training division. 

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Gymnastics and tumbling, © Jan. 12, 1944; A 

178423. 
Military track. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 178390. 
Swimming. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 178391. 
© United States naval institute, Annapolis. 

Untermeyer (Louis) ed. Poems of Edgar Allan Poe. 
Selected and edited, with a commentary, by L. 
Untermeyer and illustrated with lithographs, by 
Hugo Steiner-Prag. © Dec. 27, 1943; A 178460; 
Limited editions club, inc., New York. 1096 

[Van der Star (Cornelis C.)]* Washington. Escape 
from Java, by Cornelis Van der Grift [pseud.] 
and E. H. Lansing. © Nov. 3, 1943; A 178440. 

1097 

Vanderwalker (F. N.) Mixing of colors and paints. 
© Feb. 10, 1944; A 178636; Frederick J. Drake 
& co., Chicago. 1098 

Van Doren (Carl) 1099, 1100 

Green mansions, by W. H. Hudson. [Introduc- 
tion by C. Van Doren] © Jan. 25, 1944; A 
178666; Heritage press, New York. 
Russian gentleman, by Sergei Aksakov. Trans- 
lated from the Russian, by J. D. Duff, with a 
foreword by C. Van Doren. © Dec. 10, 1943; 
A 178351; Readers club, inc., New York. 

Vesey (Roy Edwards)* Waco, Tex. Poems of Roy 
Edwards Vesey. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 178854. 

1101 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, 1681 to date. v. 
15. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 178795; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 1102 

Walker (Mildred) Winter wheat. [1st ed.] © Jan. 
20, 1944; A 178367; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 1103 

Walker (Susan Cooper) When I look back and think, 
by S. C. Walker, as told to Catherine S. Barker. 
© Jan. 24, 1944; A 178787; Catherine S. Barker. 
Maryville, Tenn. 1104 

Wallace (Whilden)* Baton Rouge, La., Chrietzberg 
(James)* Deatsville, Ala. & Sims (Verner M.)* 
Tuscaloosa, Ala. Story of Holtville. © Jan. 31, 
1944; A 178689. 1105 

[Walsh (J. C.)] Robert Walsh, his story, by M. Fred- 
erick Lochemes. [Foreword by J. C. Walsh] © 
Mar. 15, 1942; A 178714; Amer. Irish historical 
soc, New York. 1106 

Walters (Raymond) jr, Alexander James Dallas, 
lawyer, politician, financier, 1759-1817. © Dec. 
29, 1943; A 178586; University of Pennsylvania, 
Philadelphia. 1107 

Ware (Lawrence A.) & Reed (Henry R.)* Iowa City, 
la. Communication circuits. © Jan. 21, 1944; A 
178436. 1108 

Weber (Lenora Mattingly)* Denver. Meet the Ma- 
lones. © Oct. 15, 1943; A 178733. 1109 

Wells (Carveth)* New York. Introducing Africa. © 
Jan. 28, 1944; A 178582. 1110 

West Virginia. Supreme court of appeals. Report 
of cases determined, v. 124. © Dec. 28, 1943; 
A 178587; State of West Virginia, Charleston, W. 
Va. 1111 



Westland (Lynn) Prairie pinto. © Feb. 1, 
178660; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; A 
1112 



Wheeler (Post)* Washington. India against the 
storm. [1st ed.] © Jan 25, 1944; A 178611. 

1113 

White (Randall M.) Guy named Joe. © Feb. 15, 1944; 
A 178739; Loew's, inc., New York. 1114 

Wilbur (Marguerite E.) tr, Journal of Madame Gio- 
vanni, by Alexandre Dumas. Translated from 
the French edition, 1856, by M. E. Wilbur. © 
Jan. 14, 1944; A 178536; Liveright pub. Corp., 
New York. 1115 

Wilcox (Stewart C.) Hazlitt in the workshop; the 
manuscript of The fight. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 
178461; Johns Hopkins press, Baltimore. 1116 

Wiley (Bell Irvin) Plain people of the Confederacy. 
© Jan. 1, 1944; A 178792; Louisiana state univ. 
press, Baton Rouge, La. 1117 

Willock (Ruth) Bring back the spring. © Jan. 24, 
1944; A 178488, Macrae -Smith co., Philadelphia. 

1118 

Winston dictionary. College ed. © Feb. 8, 1944; A 
178621; John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 1119 

Wolfbein (Seymour Louis) Decline of a cotton tex- 
tile city. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 178606; Columbia 
univ. press, New Y ork. 1120 

[Woman's institute of domestic arts and sciences] 
Harmony in dress. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178791; 
Internatl. educational pub. co., Scranton. 1121 

Woodbury (David O.) Beloved scientist, Elihu 
Thomson, a guiding spirit of the electrical age. 
© Jan. 31, 1944; A 178549; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 1122 

World's great humorous stories, with an introduc- 
tion by Irvin S. Cobb. [Forum books ed.] © Jan. 
3, 1944; A 178376; World pub. co., Cleveland. 

1123 

Wright (Harold N.) Textbook of materia medica, 
pharmacology and therapeutics, by H. N. Wright 
and Mildred Montag. © Feb. 8, 1944; A 178652; 
W. B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 1124 

Wright (John J.)* Boston. National patriotism in 
papal teaching. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 178466. 

1125 

Wright (Watkins E.) Helen comes home. © July 10, 
1943; A 178716; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

1126 

Wylie (Philip)* Miami Beach, Fla. Fish and tin 
fish. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178749. 1127 

Yates (Raymond F.) Young men and machines. © 
Feb. 8, 1944; A 178649; Dodd, Mead & co., inc. , 
New York. 1128 

Year book of general surgery. 1943. © Jan. 25, 
1944; A 178448; Year book publishers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1129 

Year boc': of industrial and orthopedic surgery. 
1943. © Dec. 11, 1943; A 178655; Year book 
publishers, inc., Chicago. 1130 



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1131 


pt. I, n. s., v. 41 


Year book of the eye, ear, nose and throat. 1943. © 


Yoshor (Moses M.)* Brooklyn. Israel in the ranks. 


Dec. 9, 1943; A 178654; Year book publishers, 


© Nov. 1, 1943; A 178395. 1133 


inc., Chicago. 1131 






Young (G. M.) S. P. E. tract no. 62. Basic. © 1 c. 


Year book of urology. 1943. © Jan. 21, 1944; A 


Feb. 18, 1944; A ad int. 28084; pubd. Dec. 20, 


178449; Year book publishers, inc., Chicago. 


1943; Oxford univ. press, New York, inc. New 


1132 


York. 1134 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications - - - 1,019 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages 3 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions of 

law of Mar. 4, 1909 - - 112 

Total — — - - -- 1,134 



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LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[1134 



i Adams (Frank Ramsay) Taking care of Sylvia. (In_ 
Blue book magazine, v. 22, nos. 2, 3, Dec, 1915, 
Jan., 1916) © F. R. Adams, Whitehall, Mich. R 
122259, 122260, Oct. 25, 1943. 1, 2 

Albee (Fred Houdlett) Bone-graft surgery. © F. H. 
Albee, New York. R 121590, Oct. 2, 1943. 3 

Atherton (Gertrude) The conqueror. © G Ather- 
ton, San Francisco. R 121943, Oct 15, 1943. 4 

Atlantic reporter, with key-number annotations, v. 
97. Permanent edition. © West pub. co.,St. 
Paul. R 121700, Oct 6, 1943. 5 

Bacon (Charles William) American plan of govern- 
ment. © C. W. Bacon, Mount Vernon, N. Y. R 
122160, Oct 22, 1943. 6 

Barto (Philip Stephan) Tannhauser and the Moun- 
tain of Venus. © P. S. Barto, Pittsburgh. R 
121565, Sept 9, 1943. 7 

Baum (Lyman Frank) Rinkitink in Oz. © Maud 
Gage Baum, Hollywood, Calif. R 121399, Sept 

27, 1943. 8 

Beach (Rex Ellingwood) Crimson gardenia and 
other tales of adventure. © Rex Beach, Sebring, 
Fla. R 121496, Sept 28, 1943. 9 

Benson (Arthur Christopher) Father Payne. © Ed- 
ward Frederick Benson, London. R 122153, Oct 
22, 1943. 10 

Black (Henry Campbell) Treatise of the rescission 
of contracts and cancellation of written instru- 
ments, v. 1, 2. © Vernon law book co., Kansas 
City, Mo. R 121687, 121688, Oct. 6, 1943. 11, 12 

Blanchard (Arthur Alphonzo) Synthetic* inorganic 
chemistry. 2d ed., with supplement © A. A. 
Blanchard, Cambridge, Mass. R 121850, Oct 7, 
1943. 13 

Bloch (Alexander) Principles and practice of vio- 
lin bowing. © A. Bloch, Hillsdale, N. Y. R 
121416, Sept 25, 1943. 14 

Bosher (Kate Lee Langley) People like that © 
Annie L. Langley, Richmond. R 121504, Sept 

28, 1943. 15 

Bullens (Denison K.) Steel and its heat treatment, 
v. 1. © D. K. Bullens, Pottstown, Pa. R 121853, 
Oct 7, 1943. 16 

Burgess (John William) Reconciliation of govern- 
ment with liberty. © Jewett Burgess, New York. 
R 121559, Oct 6, 1943. 17 

Champney (Elizabeth Williams) Romance of old 
Belgium, from Caesar to Kaiser, by E. W. 
Champney and Frere Champney. © Mary Rob- 
bins Champney, Greenfield, Mass. R 122152, 
Oct 22, 1943. 18 



Chekhov (Anton Pavlovich) Russian silhouettes, by 
Anton Tchekoff . Transla ted from the Russian.by 
Marian Fell. © Olivia Fell Vans Agnew, New 
York. R 121623, Oct 6, 1943. 19 

Cliff (Harry) Fox-art, the light of the world. © 
Twentieth century- Fox film corp., New York. R 
122209, Oct 25, 1943. 20 

Cobb (Irvin Shrewsbury) 21, 22 

First Corinthian, chapter 13. R 122270, Nov. 2, 

1943. 
Speaking of operations. R 121554, July 28, 1943. 
© I. S. Cobb, Santa Monica, Calif. 

Comstock (Anna Botsford) Plant notebook. © Glenn 
W. Herrick & George H. Russell, Ithaca, N. Y. 
R 121954, Oct 22, 1943. 23 

Corpus juris. Edited by William Mack and William 
Benjamin Hale. v. 7 © Amer. law book co., 
Brooklyn. R 121657, Oct. 6, 1943. 24 

Crandall (Charles Lee) Tables for the computation 
of railway and other earthwork. 5th ed. © Carl 
Crandall, Ithaca, N. Y. R 121860, Oct. 7, 1943. 

25 

Curtiss (Philip) Between two worlds. © P. Curtiss, 
Norfolk, Conn. R 121588, Oct. 4, 1943. 26 

Curwood (James Oliver) Girl beyond the trail. (In 
Every week, v. 3, nos. 4-13, July 19-Sept 25, 
1916) © Ethel M. Curwood, Owosso, Mich. R 
121395, 121396, Sept. 27, 1943. 27, 28 

Day (Holman Francis) Blow the man down. © 
Dorothy Day Kilner, Boston. R 121509, Sept. 28, 
1943. 29 

Deland (Margaret) Rising tide. © M. Deland, Ken- 
nebunkport, Me. R 121514, Sept 28, 1943. 30 

Dell (Ethel May) Bars of iron. © Gerald T. Savage, 
Weeks, Winchester, England. R 122156, Oct 22, 
1943. 31 

Dunn (John Duncan) A-B-C of golf. © Harper & 
bros., New York. R 121493, Sept. 28, 1943. 32 

Ehlermann (Carl) jr. Neglected points of auction 
bridge. © C. Ehlermann, jr., New York. R 
121490, Sept 28, 1943. 33 

Farmer (Lissie C.) A-B-C oi home saving. © Har- 
per & bros., New York. R121508,Sept 28, 1943. 

34 

Federal reporter, with key -number annotations, v. 
230-232. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., St 
Paul. R 121662, 121669, 121697, Oct 6, 1943. 

35-37 



© E. 
1943. 



Ferber, 



Ferber (Edna) The eldest 

Conn. R 122306, Nov. 2, 
Ferguson (John Arden) Farm forestry. © ; 

guson, State College, Pa. R 121855 

1943. 



Easton, 
38 

A. Fer- 

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pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Garis (Howard Roger) Uncle Wiggily and Mother 
Goose. © H. R. Garis, East Orange, N. J. R 
121913, Oct. 14, 1943. 40 

Gauss (Christian Frederick) Through college on 
nothing a year. © C. F. Gauss, Princeton, N. J. 
R 121624, Oct. 6, 1943. 41 

Goodnow (Frank Johnson) Principles of constitu- 
tional government. © David F. Goodnow, New 
York, Isabel G. Gillett, Norfolk, Conn. & Lois 
G. MacMurray, Washington. R 121587, Oct. 4, 
1943. 42 

Gregor (Elmer Russell) War path and hunting 
trail. © E. R. Gregor, Hawley, Pa. R 121586, 
Oct. 4, 1943. 43 

Grey (Zane) Border legion. © Lina Elise Grey, 
Altadena, Calif. R 121505, Sept. 28, 1943. 44 

Grinnell (George Bird) Fighting Cheyennes. © 
Elisabeth C. Grinnell, New York. R 121625, 
Oct. 6, 1943. 45 

Hall (Florence Marion Howe) A-B-C of correct 
speech and the art of conversation. © Harper & 
bros., New York. R 121494, Sept. 28, 1943. 46 

Harben (Will Nathaniel) Second choice. © May- 
belleC. Mears, Garden City, L. I., N. Y. R 
121512, Sept. 28, 1943. 47 

Harding (Louis Allen) Mechanical equipment of 
buildings, by L. A. Harding and Arthur Cutts 
Willard. v. 1. 1st ed. © L. A. Harding, Buffalo 
& A. C. Willard, Urbana, 111. R 122292, Nov. 4, 
1943. 48 

Herrick (Charles Judson) Introduction to neurology. 
© C. J. Herrick, Grand Rapids, Mich. R 121593, 
Oct. 2, 1943. 49 

Herrick (Christine Terhune) A-B-C of cooking. © 
Harper & bros., New York. R 121501, Sept. 28, 
1943. 50 

Hind (Arthur Mayger) Van Dyck, his original etch- 
ings and his iconography. © A.M. Hind, London. 
R 121872, Oct. 7, 1943. 51 

Hirshfeld (Clarence Floyd) Steam power, by C. F. 
Hirshfeld and T. C. Ulbricht. 1st ed. © Eliza- 
beth W. Hirshfeld, Detroit & T. C. Ulbricht.Oak 
Park, 111. R 121858, Oct. 7, 1943. 52 

Hopper (James) 53-61 

Browsing on the border. R 122310, Nov. 2, 1943. 
Little Mexican expedition. R 122314, Nov. 2, 

1943. 
Pancho Villa. R 122309, Nov. 2, 1943. 
Pursuit. R 122311, Nov. 2, 1943. 
Spy. R 122307, Nov. 2, 1943. 
Strolling of little Willie Little. R 122313, Nov. 

2, 1943. 
Twin towns of the border. R 122315, Nov. 2, 

1943. 
What happened in Columbus. R 122308, Nov. 2, 

1943. 
Wilson and the border. R 122312, Nov. 2, 1943. 
© J. Hopper, New York. 



How diplomats make war. © Francis 
Chicago. R 121912, Oct. 8, 1943. 



Neilson, 
62 



Howells (William Dean) Daughter of the storage, 
and other things in prose and verse. © John 
Mead Howells, Kittery Point, Me. & Mildred 
Howells, Boston. R 121503, Sept. 28, 1943. 63 

Hueston (Ethel) Prudence says so. © E. Hueston, 
Butler, N. J. R 121917, Oct. 15, 1943. 64 

Hughes (Rupert) Thirteenth commandment. © R. 
Hughes, Los Angeles. R 121510, Sept. 28, 1943. 

65 

Hurlbut (Charles Arthur) Seven advertising hints. 
© C. A. Hurlbut, New York. R 122052, Oct. 21, 
1943. 66 

[Johnson (Clare P.)] New York annotated digest. Ed. 
by Victor Eugene Ruehl, under the supervision 
of William Mack. v. 16. © Amer. law book co., 
Brooklyn. R 121685, Oct. 6, 1943. 67 

Johnson (John Butler) Theory and practice of mod- 
ern framed structures, by J. B. Johnson, C. W. 
Bryan and F. E. Turneaure. pt. 3. Design, 9th 
ed., rewritten by F. E. Turneaure and W. S. 
Kinne. © F. E. Turneaure, Madison, Wis. R 
121857, Oct. 26, 1943. 68 

Karapetoff (Vladimir) Engineering applications of 
higher mathematics, pts. 2-5. © V. Karapetoff, 
Leonia, N. J. R 121893-121896, Oct. 12, 1943. 

69-72 

Keeler (Harriet Louise) Ethical readings from the 
Bible, by H. L. Keeler and Laura H. Wild. © 
Old natl. bank, Spokane. R 122420, Oct. 28, 
1943. 73 

King (Basil) Side of the angels. © Esther Manton 
King, La Jolla, Calif. R 121491, Sept. 28, 1943. 

* 74 

Kip (Herbert Zabriskie) ed. Scientific German 
reader. © Mrs. Herbert Z. Kip, New London, 
Conn. R 121564, Sept. 9, 1943. 75 

Kratzer (Elizabeth Cary) Individual completeness. 
© Elizabeth Cary Kratzer Brubaker, Los An- 
geles. R 122118, Oct. 22, 1943. 76 

Krehbiel (Edward Benjamin) Nationalism, war and 
society. © E. B. Krehbiel, New Rochelle, N. Y. 
R 122121, Oct. 22, 1943. 77' 

LaMotte (Ellen N.) Backwash of war. © E. N. La- 
Motte, Washington. R 122162, Oct. 22, 1943. 78 

Lawrence (David Herbert) The rainbow. © Frieda 
Lawrence, San Cristobal, N. M. R 122430, Nov. 
5, 1943. 79 

Lewis (Nelson Peter) Planning of tje modern city. 
© Minnie MacLean Lewis, Brooklyn. R 121892, 
Oct. 12, 1943. 80 

Louisiana. Supreme court. Louisiana reports, v. 
138, cases argued and determined at term be- 
ginning first Monday of October, 1915. © West 
pub. co., St. Paul. R 121666, Oct. 6, 1943. 81 

Lutz (Grace Livingston Hill) Voice in the wilder- 
ness. © G. L. H. Lutz, Swarthmore, Pa. R 
121513, Sept. 28, 1943. 82 



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no. 2, 1944 



134 



McFarland (Joseph) Textbook upon the pathogenic 
bacteria and protozoa. 8th ed., revised. © J. 
McFarland, Philadelphia. R 121592, Oct. 2, 
1943. 83 

MacKay (Constance D'Arcy) Memorial day pageant. 
© Constance MacKay Holt, New York. R 121492, 
Sept. 28, 1943. 84 

MacVeagh (Fanny Davenport Rogers) Fountains of 
papal Rome, by Mrs. Charles MacVeagh. © F. 
D. MacVeagh, New York. R 122165, Oct. 30, 
1943. 85 

Mansfield (William) Histology of medicinal plants. 
© W. Mansfield, Delmar, N. Y. R 121864, Oct. 
7, 1943. 86 

Marsh (Horace Wilmer) Interpolated six-place 
tables of the logarithms of numbers and the nat- 
ural and logarithmic trigonometric functions. © 
Frances Fordyce Cliffe, Ridgeway, Pa. R 

121851, Oct. 7, 1943. 87 

Martin (Louis A.) jr. Textbook of mechanics, v, 6. 
1st ed. © Alwynne B. Martin, Hoboken, N. J, R 

121852, Oct. 7, 1943. 88 

Marvin (Dwight Edwards) Curiosities in proverbs. 
© Dwight Marvin, Troy, N. Y. R 122154, Oct. 
22, 1943. 89 

Merriman (Mansfield) American civil engineers' 
pocketbook. 3d ed. © John Wiley & sons, inc., 
New York. R 122289, Oct. 7, 1943. 90 

Mordell (Albert) Dante and other waning classics. 
© A. Mordell, Philadelphia. R 121626. Oct. 7, 
1943. 91 

Muldoon (Hugh Cornelius) Lessons in pharmaceuti- 
cal Latin and prescription writing and inter- 
pretation. 1st ed. © H. C. Muldoon, Pittsburgh. 
R 121862, Oct. 7, 1943. 92 

Mulliken (Samuel Parsons) Method for the identifi- 
cation of pure organic compounds, v. 2. © Rob- 
ert S. Mulliken, Chicago.- R 121856, Oct. 7,194a 

93 

Munro (William Bennett) Government of American 
cities. New and rev. ed. © W. B. Munro, Pasa- 
dena. R 122202, Oct. 26, 1943. 94 

Nathan (George Jean) Another book on the theatre. 
© G. J. Nathan, New York. R 121890, Oct. 12, 
1943. 95 

New York (State ) 96-103 

Consolidated laws of New York, annotated, as 
amended to the close of the regular session 
of the Legislature of 1916, comp. under the 
editorial supervision of William M. McKin- 
ney. Books 1-7. © Edward Thompson co., 
Brooklyn. R 121678-121684, Oct. 6, 1943. 
General laws of the state of New York, contain- 
ing amendments to consolidated laws, code 
of civil procedure, code of criminal proce- 
dure, Greater New York charter, Municipal 
court code and general statutes, enacted by 
the Legislature of 1916. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 121698, Oct. 6, 1943. 

New York supplement, with key-number annota- 
tions, v. 158, 159. Permanent ed. © West pub. 
co., St. Paul. R 121667, 121694, Oct. 6, 1943. 

104, 105 



Northeastern reporter. Digest of decisions report- 
ed in the Northeastern reporter, vols. 96-110. 
©West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121696, Oct. 6, 
1943. 106 

Northeastern reporter, v. 111. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121634, Oct. 6, 1943. 

107 

Northwestern reporter 108, 109 

Digest of the Northwestern reporter, vols. 141- 

155. R 121672, Oct. 6, 1943. 
Semi-annual Michigan digest, covering decisions 

of the Supreme court of Michigan reported in 

Northwestern reporter, vols. 155-158. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121692, Oct. 6, 

1943. 

Northwestern reporter, v. 157. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121670, Oct. 6, 1943. 

110 

Pacific reporter. Five-volume digest, vols. 151- 
155, supplementing Pacific reporter digest, vols. 
136-150. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121665 , 
Oct. 6, 1943. Ill 

Pacific reporter, v. 156, 157. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121663, 121671, Oct. 
6, 1943. 112, 113 

Paine (Albert Bigelow) 114-126 

Boy's life of Mark Twain. (In. St. Nicholas maga- 
zine, Nov., 1915) R 122019, Oct. 23, 1943. 

(In St. Nicholas magazine, v. 43, nos. 2-12, 

Dec. 1915-Oct. 1916) R 122141-122151, 
Oct. 23, 1943. 

Hollow tree nights and days. R 121515, Sept. 28, 
1943. 

© Louise Paine Moore, New York, JoyCushman, 
West Redding, Conn. & Frances Paine Wade, 
Washington. 

Parker (Sir Gilbert, bart.) World for sale. & Henry 
William Parker, Los Angeles. R 121516, Sept. 
28, 1943. 127 

Paul (George Philip) Nursing in the acute infec- 
tious fevers. 3d ed., thoroughly rev. © G. P. 
Paul, Round Lake, N. Y. R 121589, Oct. 2, 1943. 

128 

Pereda (Jose Maria de) Pedro Sanchez, by D. Jose 
M. de Pereda; with introduction, notes and voca- 
bulary by Ralph Emerson Bassett. © Lillian 
May Bassett, Lawrence, Kan. R 122043, Oct. 2, 
1943. 129 

Phillips (Henry Bayard) Differential calculus. © 
H. B. Phillips, Cambridge, Mass. R 122291, Nov. 
4, 1943. 130 

Pope (Amy Elizabeth) Physics and chemistry for 
nurses. © A. E.Pope, San Francisco. R 122161, 
Oct. 22, 1943. 131 

Quackenbos (John Duncan) Body and spirit. © G. 
Payn Quackenbos, Tuckahoe, N. Y. R 121502, 
Sept. 28, 1943. 132 

Quiller-Couch (Sir Arthur Thomas) on the art of 
writing. © Arthur Quiller-Couch, Fowey, Corn- 
wall, England. R 122159, Oct. 22, 1943. 133 

Rexford (Eben Eugene) A -B-C of vegetable garden- 
ing. © Harper & bros., New York. R 121489, 
Sept. 28, 1943. 134 



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Ries (Heinrich) Economic geology. 4th ed. Thor- 
oughly revised and enlarged. © H. Ries, New 
York. R 121861, Oct. 7, 1943. 135 

Rogues de Fursac (Joseph) Manual of psychiatry., 
by J. Rogues de Fursac and A. J. Rosanoff. 4th 
ed. Rev. and enl. © Isabel R. Rosanoff, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. R 121898, Oct 12, 1943. 136 

Royle (Edwin Milton) Peace and quiet. © Selena 
Fetter Royle, New York. R 122269, Nov. 2, 1943. 

137 

Sawyer (Ruth) Seven miles to Arden. © Ruth Saw- 
yer Durand, Ithaca, N. Y. R 121500, Sept 28, 
1943. 138 

Schwarzkopf (Ernst) Plain and ornamental forging. 
1st ed. © Anna Schwarzkopf, Scarsdale, N. Y. 
R 121899, Oct 12, 1943. 139 

Sellers (Alvin V.) Classics of the bar. v. 4. © A. 
V. Sellers, Baxley, Ga. R 121686, Oct 6, 1943. 

140 

Shepard (Frank) co. 141, 142 

Shepard's Maine citations, v. l,2d ed., 1915. R 

121441, Oct 2, 1943. 
Shepard's Rhode Island citations. 2d ed. 1915. 

R 122257, Nov. 2, 1943. 
© Frank Shepard co., New York. 

Sindelar (Joseph Charles) Best memory gems. © 
J. C. Sindelar, Chicago. R 121394, Sept 30, 
1943. 143 

South Carolina. Supreme court Reports of cases 
argued and determined. Annotated ed. 144-146 
Book 30, containing a verbatim reprint of v. 14, 

Richardson's equity reports, v. 1 & 2, South 

Carolina reports. R 121691, Oct. 6, 1943. 
Book 31, containing a verbatim reprint of v. 3, 

4, South Carolina reports. R 121677, Oct 6, 

1943. 
Book 32, containing a verbatim reprint of v. 5-7, 

South Carolina reports. R 121661, Oct 6, 

1943. 
© West pub. co. , St Paul. 

Southeastern reporter, v. 88. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St Paul. R 121673, Oct 6, 1943. 

147 

Southern reporter, v. 71. Permanent ed, © West 
pub. co., St Paul. R 121674, Oct 6, 1943. 148 

Southwestern reporter. 149-153 

Digest of decisions ... reported in the South- 
western reporter, vols. 166-180. R 121658, 
Oct 6, 1943. 

Five-volume digest vols. 181-185, supplement- 
ing Southwestern reporter digest, vols. 166- 
180. R 121693, Oct 6, 1943. 

Kentucky decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter annotated, vols. 181, 182, 183, 184 
and 185. R 121695, Oct. 6, 1943. 

Missouri decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter, annotated, vols. 181, 182 and 183. 
R 121659, Oct 6, 1943. 

Texas decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter annotated, vols. 183, 184. R 121675, 
Oct. 6, 1943. 

© West pub. co., St Paul. 



Southwestern reporter, v. 184-186. Permanent ed. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 121660, 121676 
121689, Oct 6, 1943. 154-156 

Spencer (Guilford Lawson) Handbook for cane sug- 
ar manufacturers and their chemists. 5th ed., 

- partly rewritten and enl. © John Wiley & sons, 
inc., New York. R 122288, Oct 12, 1943. 157 

Stiles (Percy Goldthwait) Nutritional physiology. 2d 
ed. © Edmund Kendall Stiles, Newtonville, 
Mass. R 121591, Oct 2, 1943. 158 

Stringer (Arthur) Door of dread. © A. Stringer, 
Mountain Lakes, N. J. R 121916, Oct 15, 1943. 

159 

Timbie (William Henry) 160, 161 

Alternating-current electricity and its applica- 
tions to industry. Second course. By W. H. 

Timbie and H. H. Higbie. R 121854, Oct. 7, 

1943. 
Answers to problems in Alternating- current 

electricity. First and second courses, by W. 

H. Timbie and H. H. Higbie. R 121863, Oct 

7, 1943. 
© W. H. Timbie, Cambridge, Mass. and H. H. 

Higbie, Ann Arbor.. 

Tourney (James William) Seeding and planting. 1st 
ed. © Nannie B. Tourney & James W. Tourney, 
jr., New Haven. R 121897, Oct. 12, 1943. 162 

Treadwell (Frederick Pearson) Analytical chemis- 
try, based on the German text of F. P. Tread- 
well. Translated and revised by W. T. Hall. v. 1. 
4th English ed. after the 8th German ed. © Wil- 
liam T. Hall, Rochester, Mass. R 121855, Oct 
7, 1943. 163 

Tromblay (M. P.) Love thief. © Twentieth cen- 
tury-Fox film corp., New York. R 122210, Oct 
25, 1943. 164 

Turnbull (Margaret) Handle with care. © Jean W. 
Turnbull, Alice P. Stratton, New York and Isa- 
bel P. Cooley, New Hope, Pa. R 121585, Oct 4, 
1943. 165 

U. S. Circuit courts of appeals . United States Cir- 
cuit courts of appeals reports, with key-number 
annotations, v. 143, 144. © West pub. co., St 
Paul. R 121668, 121699, Oct 6, 1943. 166, 167 

Van Vechten (Carl) Music after the great war and 
other studies. © C. Van Vechten, New York. R 
121915, Oct 16, 1943. 168 

Verrill (Alpheus Hyatt) 169, 170 

A-B-C of automobile driving. © Harper & 
bros., New York. R 121499, Sept 28, 1943. 
Marooned in the forest © A. H. Verrill, Chief- 
land, Fla. R 121506, Sept 28, 1943. 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, covering the de- 
cisions of the Supreme courts of appeals report- 
ed in Virginia reports, vols. 111-118, West Vir- 
ginia reports, vols. 68-77, Southeastern report- 
er, vols. 70-86. February, 1911 to December, 
1916. v. 7. © West pub. co., St Paul. R 121690, 
Oct 6, 1943. 171 

Waddell (John Alexander Low) Bridge engineering, 
v. 1, 2. © Leonard Waddell © George T. Aug- 
binbaugh, Kansas City, Mo. R 122290, Nov. 4, 
1943. 172 



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Wade (Frank Bertram) Diamonds. © F. B. Wade, 
Indianapolis. R 122158, Oct. 22, 1943. 173 

Wadsworth (William S.) Post-mortem examina- 
tions. © W. S. Wadsworth, Philadelphia. R 
121594, Oct. 2, 1943. 174 

Wallace (Alfred Russell) Alfred Russell Wallace; 
letters and reminiscences, by James Marchant. 
© James Marchant, London. R 121507, Sept. 28, 
1943. 175 

Wallace (Dillon) Fur trail adventurers. © Mrs. 
Dillon Wallace, Beacon, N. Y. R 121563, Oct. 4, 
1943. 176 



Welsh (Robert Emmet) A-B-C of motion pictures. 
© Harper & bros., New York, R 121495. Sept. 
28, 1943. 177 

Wilson (Woodrow) President of the United States. 
© Edith Boiling Wilson, Washington. R 121511 
Sept. 28, 1943. 173 

Winton (Andrew Lincoln) Microscopy of vegetable 
foods, by A. L. Winton, with the collaboration 
of Dr. Josef Moeller and Kate Barber Winton. 
2d ed. © A. L. Winton, Wilton, Conn. R 121849, 
Oct. 7, 1943. 179 

Wylie (Ida Alena Ross) Hermit doctor of Gaya. © 
I. A. R. Wylie, New York. R 122157, Oct. 22 
1943. iso 



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BOOKS 

PART I, GROUP I 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Aaberg (Jean Little John) Spare the rod. © Mar. 3, 
1944; A 179131; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 

1135 

Abbey (Kieran) Beyond the dark. © Mar. 6, 1944; 
A 179282; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

1136 

Abbott New York digest. Consolidated ed. v. 38. 
Pts. 1, 2. © Sept. 22, 1943; A 179208, 179209; 
West pub. co., St. Paul & Lawyers co-operative 
pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 1137, 1138 

[Abel (Lionel)] tr. Letters to his son Lucien. [By] 
Camille Pissarro. [Translated by L.Abel] Edit- 
ed by John Rewald. [1st ed.] © Jan. 10, 1944; A 
179250; Pantheon books, inc., New York. 1139 

Abraham (Richard D.) Japanese for military and 
civilian use, by R. D. Abraham and Sannosuke 
Yamamoto. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179130; David 
McKay co., Philadelphia. 1140 

Ackerman (Fremont Winfield)* North Salt Lake, 
Utah. Neo-science teachings, v. 4, 5. 1st ed. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 179304, 179305. 1141, 1142 

Adams (Morley)* London. Children's book of war- 
planes. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1944; A ad int. 28119; 
pubd. Jan. 21. 1143 

Adler (Mortimer J.)* Chicago. How to think about 
war and peace. © Feb. 11, 1944; A 178924. 

1144 

Album of American history, Colonial period. James 
Truslow Adams, editor in chief, R. V. Coleman, 
managing editor, W. J. Burke, associate editor, 
Atkinson Dymock, art director. © Feb. 28, 1944; 
A 179333; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

1145 

Alexander (Frances) comp. Mother Goose on the 
Rio Grande. Mexican folklore collected, trans- 
lated and arranged by F. Alexander, Helen Mar 
Hunnicutt, Bertha Acevedo [and]HortensiaRamf- 
rez. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 173826; Banks Upshaw & 
co., Dallas. 1146 

Allen (Edwin Brown) Vital mathematics. [By] E. B. 
Allen, Dis Maly [and] S. Herbert Starkey, jr. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179293; Macmillan co., New 
York. 1147 

Allen (Hervey)* Miami, Fla. Bedford village. © 
Mar. 20, 1944; A 179449. 1148 

American bankruptcy reports. New series, v. 54. 
© Mar. 7,1944; A 179193; Matthew Bender & co., 
inc., Albany. 1149 



Anderson (Paul 3.) People, church and state in 
modern Russia. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1944; A ad int. 
28124; pubd. Jan. 14; Macmillan co., New York. 

1150 

Apalategui (J. J.) Aircraft analytic geometry, by J. 
J. Apalategui and L. J. Adams. 1st ed. © Mar. 6, 
1944; A 179212; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 1151 

Apple man (John Alan) Insurance law and practice, 
with forms, v. 11. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178999; 
Vernon law book co., Kansas City, Mo. 1152 

Aring (Frank F.)* Oak Park, ni. Aring's justice, 
Hlinols. Justice court forms, practice and pro- 
cedure. © Feb. 22, 1944; A 178898. 1153 

Arnote (Thelma) Story hour leadership manual. © 
Feb. 4, 1944; A 179180; Sunday school board of 
the Southern Baptist convention, Nashville. 1154 



Arthur (William) She didn't care. © Mar. 
A 179431; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; 
1155 



Ashlag (Jehudah Halevl) Teachings of the Ten 
Sefiroth. © Jan. 16, 1944; A 179288; Levi. I. 
Krakovsky, Brooklyn. 1156 

Audio devices, inc.,* New York. How to make good 
recordings. © Jan. 15, 1944; A 178929. 1157 

August (John) Woman in the picture. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 8, 1944; A 179155; Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1158 

Aydelotte (Frank) Breaking the academic lock step. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179199; Harper & 
bros., New York. 1159 

Azizi (Enver)* San Juan, Puerto Rico. Margaro, el 
recluta. © Dec. 13, 1943; A 179010. 1160 

Babcock (James C.) & Trevifio (S. N.)* Chicago. 
Introduction to Spanish. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 
179418. 1161 

Bailey (Clyde H.) Constituents of wheat and wheat 
products. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179027; Reinhold 
pub. corp., New York. 1162 

Bailey (Henry Christopher) 41 London. Queen of 
spades. [1st ed.] © Feb. 4, 1944; A 179410. 

1163 

Baker (H. E.)* East Liverpool, O. Sparks from the 
anvil of truth. © Mar. 2, 1944; A 179348. 1164 

Baker (North) Dead to the world. [By] N. Baker 
and William Bolton. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178902; 
Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 1165 



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Baker (Virginia) Tuckers turn out. © Feb. 22, 
1944; A 179020; Moody Bible institute of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1166 

Baldwin (Thomas Whitfield) William Shakspere's 
small Latine and lesse Greeke. v. 1, 2. © Mar. 
2, 1944; A 179235; University of Illinois press, 
Urbana, III. 1167 

Baner (Skulda V.)* Milwaukee. Latchstring out. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179415. 1168 

Barger (Harold) Mining industries, 1899-1939, by 
H. Barger and Sam H. Schurr. © Mar. 1, 1944; 
A 179120; Natl, bureau of economic research, 
inc., New York. 1169 

Barne (Kitty)* New York. Three and a pigeon. © 
Feb. 23, 1944; A 179016. 1170 

Barnes (Margaret Campbell)* Birches Close, Ep- 
som, England. Like us, they lived. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1944; A ad int. 28145; pubd; Jan. 20. 

1171 

Barnes (Ralph M.) Work methods manual. © Mar. 
8, 1944; A 179373; John Wiley & sons, inc., New 
York. 1172 

Barnett (Grace) Mystery of Yogo Creek, by Grace 
and Olive Barnett. ©Feb. 17, 1944; A 178832; 
Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 

1173 

Barsley (Michael) Intimate papers of Colonel 
Bogus. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1944; A ad int. 28099; 
pubd. Dec. 20, 1943; Pilot press, London. 

1174 

Bartlett (Robert Merrill) They work for tomorrow. 
© Dec. 3, 1943; A 179184; InternatL committee 
of Young men's Christian assns., New York. 

1175 



Barton (Francis B.) Spanish review, by F. B. Bar- 
ton and James A. Cuneo. © Jan. 28, 1944; 
A 178816; F. S. Crofts & co., inc., New York. 

1176 



Baruch (Bernard M) War and postwar adjustment 
policies, by B. VL Baruch and John M Hancock. 
© Feb. 23, 1944; A 179076; Amer. council on 
public affairs, Washington. 1177 

Bawden (F. C.)* Harpenden, Herts., England. Plant 
viruses and virus diseases. © Jan. 7, 1944; A 
179167. 1178 



Bear (Donald) Prelude. [1st ed.] © Sept. 25, 1943; 
A 178985; Pacific coast pub. co., Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 1179 



Beattie (Janet) Mr. Bunny, by J. Beattie. Pictures 
by Hildegard L. Hopkins. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 
179447; Howell, Soskin, publishers, inc., New 
York. 1180 

Becker (Carl L.) How new will the better world be? 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179328; Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. 1181 



Behnke (Charles Alfred) From tragedy to triumph, 
by C« A. Behnke and Herman W. Bartels. © Jan. 
12, 1944; A 178977; Concordia pub. house, St. 
Louis. 1182 

Belk (J. Blanton) Our fighting faith. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
A 179375; John Knox press, Richmond. 1183 

Ben'Ary (Ruth)* New York. Prelude to love. © 
Nov. 5, 1943; A 179219. 1184 

Bendit (Laurence John)* London. Paranormal cog- 
nition. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1944; A ad int. 28129; 
pubd. Feb. 18. 1185 

Bennett (Jean Frances) Shady hobby. © Feb. 25, 
1944; A 178969; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 

1186 

Bentley (Garth) How to edit an employee publica- 
tion. [1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179203; Har- 
per & bros., New York. 1187 

Bergson (Abram) Structure of Soviet wages. © Mar. 
7, 1944; A 179281; President & fellows of Harvard 
college, Cambridge, Mass. 1188 

Best (Edna Hunter)* Maysville, Ky. Historic past 
of Washington, Mason County, Kentucky. © Mar. 
8, 1944; A 179355. 1189 

Belts (Isaac Smith)* Berkeley, Calif. Chips from 
the log of a lifetime voyage. © Feb. 24, 1944; A 
179085. . 1190 

Bever (Patricia F.) Bluebird's wings. © Feb. 1, 
1944; A 178824; Leslie L. Bever, St. Louis. 

1191 

Beynon (Jane) Cypress man. [1st ed.] © Mar. 15, 
1944; A 179366; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

1192 

Bible, containing the Old and New Testaments. Au- 
thorised King James version. [New material and 
revisions, by N. B. Keyes] © Feb. 23, 1944; A 
179011; Natl. pub. co., Philadelphia. 1193 

Biddle (Francis) Democratic thinking and the war. 
© Feb. 21, 1944; A 178920; William H. White 
foundation, Charlottesville, Va. 1194 

Billings (Buck) Rustlers three. © Nov. 5, 1943; A 
179221; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 1195 

Bingham (Robert W.) Niagara, highway of heroes, 
by R. W. Bingham and Ralph E. Theobald. ©Dec. 
31, 1943; A 178823; Foster & Stewart pub. Corp., 
Buffalo. 1196 

Bizzoni (Maria P.)* Aurora, N. Y. & Orwen (Gif- 
ford P.)* New York. Italian reference grammar. 
© Dec. 24, 1943; A 179033. 1197 

Black (C. E.) Establishment of Constitutional gov- 
ernment in Bulgaria. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 178809; 
Princeton univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 1198 

Blackburn (Elbert F.) Basic air navigation. 1st ed. 
© Feb. 28, 1944; A 179051; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 1199 



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Blackwood (Andrew Watterson) This year of Our 
Lord. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 179069; Westminster 
press, Philadelphia. 1200 

Blank (Clair) Beverly Gray's adventure. © Feb. 
15, 1944; A 178866; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 1201 

Blythe (Walter Edward) What dog is that, by W. E. 
Blythe. Descriptive text by Joseph Nathan Kane. 
© Feb. 10, 1944; A 179031; Joseph Nathan Kane. 
New York. 1202 

Boltz (C. L.) Basic radio. © Feb. 21, 1944; A 
178881; Ronald press co., New York. 1203 

Borlnl (Henry Louis)* Jersey City. New life build- 
er. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179401. 1204 

Bowen (R. Sidney) Dave Dawson at Casablanca. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; A 179168; Crown publishers, New 
York. 1205 

Bower (William Clayton) Church and state in educa- 
tion. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 179216; University of 
Chicago, Chicago. 1206* 

Boyd (John McAllley) Of little people. © F.eb. 22, 
1944; A 179458; Manthorne & Burack, Inc., Bos- 
ton. 1207 

Brackett (Heigh)* New York. No good from a 
corpse. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179114. 1208 



Broderick (Robert C.) comp. Concise Catholic dic- 
tionary. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178831; Bruce pub. 
co., Milwaukee. 1209 

Brooks (Aubrey Lee) Walter Clark, fighting judge. 
© Feb. 26, 1944; A 178972; University of North 
Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 1210 

Brouwer (Dirk) Spherographical navigation, by D. 
Brouwer, Frederic W. Keator [and] D. A. Mc- 
Millen. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178836; MacmUlan 
co., New York. 1211 

Brown (Howard E.) Your life in a democracy. © 
Mar. 6, 1944; A 179210;J.B. Llpplncottco., Phil- 
adelphia. 1212 

Brown (William Moseley) Highlights of Templar 
history. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 178849; Grand en- 
campment of Knights Templar of the U. S. A., 
Indianapolis. 1213 

Brownell (Kathryn Osmond) Textbook of practical 
nursing. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179179; W. B. Saun- 
ders co., Philadelphia. 1214 

Browse (Lillian Gertrude)* London. Sickert. © 1 c. 
Mar. 7, 1944; A ad Int. 28120; pubd. Jan. 21. 

1215 

Bulosan (Carlos) Laughter of my father. [1st ed.] 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 180285; Harcourt, Brace & 
co., Inc., New York. 1216 

Bumpus (Doris Marjorle)* London. Pattern In 
beads. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1944; A ad Int. 28149; 
pubd. Jan. 26. 1217 

Buranelll (Prosper) ed. Cross word puzzle book. 
Edited by P. Buranelli, F. Gregory Hartswick 
[and] Margaret Petherbridge. © Feb. 25, 1944; 
A 179310; Simon & Schuster, inc., New York. 

1218 



Bureau of national affairs, inc.,* Washington. 

1219-1227 
Labor relations reference manual, v. 9, 10. © 

July 23, Oct. 29, 1943; A 179261, 179262. 
Wage and hour cases, v. 2. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 

179260. 
Wage and hour manual. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 179263. 
War labor reports and Salary and wage control. 

v. 6-10. © Aug. 4, Sept. 7, Nov. 19, 1943, Feb. 

28, Mar. 1, 1944; A 179255-179259. 

Burlingame (Roger)* West Redding, Conn. & Stevens 
(Alden)* New York. Victory without peace. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 9, 1944; A 179323. 1228 

Burnett (Whit)* New York. Seas of God, great 
stories of the human spirit. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 
178917. 1229 

Burroughs (Harry E.)* Boston. Boys In men's 
shoes. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179292. 1230 

Butterf leld (Roger)* New York. Al Schmld, marine. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179023. 1231 

Butterf leld (William H.) How to use letters in col- 
lege public relations. [1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; 
A 179204; Harper & bros., New York. 1232 

California. Penal code of the state of California. 
Approved February, 1872. [1944] © Mar. 14, 
1944; A 179361; Olln W. Smith, Los Angeles. 

1233 

Carr (Frank J.) Marine coppersmithing. 1st ed. © 
Feb. 14, 1944; A 178855; McGraw-Hill book co., 
Inc., New York. 1234 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual. Breviary. 
Breviarium romanum. Pars hlemalls, verna , 
aestiva, autumnalis. © Feb. 11, 1944; A 179226; 
Benzlger bros., inc., New York. 1235 

Catholic university of America. Commission on 
American citizenship* Washington. Better men 
for better times. © Jan. 21, 1944; A 179230. 

1236 

Cavert (Walter Dudley) Remember now. © Feb. 19, 
1944; A 179347; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

1237 

Chamberlain (William Douglas) Manner of prayer. 
© Dec. 30, 1943; A 179359; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 1238 

Champagne (Marian G.)* Albany. Cauliflower 
heart. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178929. 1239 

[Chase (Anya Seton)]* New York. Dragonwyck, by 
Anya Seton. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 179112. 1240 

Chevalier (Haakon M.) tr, Seven faces of love, by 
Andre Maurois. Translated from the French; 
by H. M. Chevalier. © Jan. 31, 1944; A 179121; 
Didier pub. co., New York. 1241 

Chidley (Howard J.) God and these times. © Feb. 
11, 1944; A 178892; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 1242 

Christian (Henry A.) Principles and practice of 
medicine. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 179343; D. Apple- 
ton -Century co., Inc., New York. 1243 



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Cianfarra (Canaille M.)* 
and the war. [1st ed.] <? 



Mexico City. Vatican 

Feb. 24, 1944; A 178960. 

1244 



Cleland (Robert Glass) From wilderness to empire. 
[Isted.] © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179330; Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. 1245 

Cldugh (Rosa Trillo)* New York. Looking back at 
futurism. © June 1, 1942; A 179400. 1246 

Clymer (R. Swinburne) Science of the soul. © Jan. 
14, 1944; A 179032; Beverly Hall corp., Quaker- 
town, Pa. 1247 

Colby (Fanny Sedgwick) Apple must be bitten. © 
Mar. 13, 1944; A 179426; Frances Colby Rogers, 
New York. 1248 

Collins (Dean) Stars of Oregon. © Dec. 21, 1943; A 
179448; Oregon journal, Portland, Or. 1249 

Coltman (William G.) Cathedral of Christian truth; 
studies in Romans. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 179005; 
Fundamental truth publishers, Findlay, O. 1250 

Compton's pictured encyclopedia and fact index, v. 
1-15. Founders' ed. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 179302; 
F. E. Compton & co., Chicago. 1251 

Connolly (Cyril) tr. Silence of the sea, by Vercors. 
Translated by C. Connolly. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 
178634; Macmlllan co., New York. 1252 

Cook (Glen Charles) comp. 500 more things to 
make for farm and home. v. 2. © Feb. 26, 1944; 
A 178968; Interstate printers & publishers, Dan- 
ville, ni. 1253 

Cope (Harley F.) ejL Navy shipboard administra- 
tion. [1st ed.] © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179094; W. W. 
Norton & co., inc., New York. 1254 

Coptic Egypt. © Feb. 12, 1944; A 179172; Brooklyn 
institute of arts & science, Brooklyn museum, 
Brooklyn. 1255 

Cordingley (E. G. R.) Next move is... © 1 c. Mar. 
1, 1944; A ad int. 28096; pubd. Jan. 27; David 
McKay co., Philadelphia. 1256 

Coughlin (Anna E.)* Rockland, Me. Master mariner 
and other poems. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179232. 

1257 

Cowley (W. L.) Aerodynamics of the aeroplane. © 
Feb. 23, 1944; A 178882; Ronald press co., New 
York. 1258 

Craig (Thurlow)* Broseley, Shropshire, England. 
Ghost mesa. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1944;A ad Int. 28127; 
pubd. Jan. 13. 1259 

Crane (Edward V.)* Brooklyn. Plastic working of 
metals and non-metallic materials in presses. 
© Feb. 21, 1944; A 179001. 1260 

Crichton (Kyle)* New York. Proud people. © Mar. 
6, 1944; A 179285. 1261 

Crump (Irving) Our marines. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 
179018; Dodd, Mead & co., Inc., New York. 1262 



Cullen (Thomas F.) Mother Mary of the passion. 
Abridged ed. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 179335; Fran- 
ciscan missionaries of Mary, North Providence, 
R. I. 1263 



Cummlngs (E. E.)* New York. 
1944; A 179363. 



x 1. © Mar. 13, 
1264 



Cyclopedia of federal procedure, v. 12. © Mar. 10, 
1944; A 179278; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 1265 

Dahl (Borghlld)* New York. I wanted to see. © 
Feb. 29, 1944; A 178981. 1266 

Dale (Virginia) Nan Thursday. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 
179091; Coward-McCann, Inc., New York. 1267 

Darner on (Kenneth) ed. Consumer problems In war- 
time. 1st ed. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179140; Mc- 
Graw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 1268 

Dejong (David Cornel)* Providence. With a Dutch 
accent. [1st ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178912. 

1269 

De Kay (Drake) tr. Contemporary Italy, by Count 
Carlo Sforza. Translated by Drake and Denlse 
De Kay. [1st ed.] © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179412; E. 
P. Dutton & co., Inc., New York. 1270 

Denlson (Archibald Campbell)* New York. Ameri- 
ca's maritime history. [War ed.] © Mar. 10, 
1944; A 179450. 1271 

Dickens (Monica)* London. Edward's fancy. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178908. 1272 

Dlehl (Harold S.) Healthful living for nurses, by H. 
S. Dlehl and Ruth E. Boynton. 1st ed. © Mar. 6, 
1944; A 179213; McGraw-Hill co., Inc., New York. 

1273 

Dixon (C. Madeleine)* New York. Devil and the 
deep. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179284. 1274 

Donahey (WUliam)* Chicago. Teenie Weenie days. 
© Mar. 6, 1944; A 179214. 1275 

Donath (Stanley F.)* Newark, N. J. Lord Is a man 
of war. [1st ed.] © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179326. 

1276 

Dulles (Foster Rhea) Road to Teheran. © Feb. 14, 
1944; A 179144; Princeton unlv. press, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 1277 

Dunbar (Horace) Marcy's mill and the men who 
winnowed the facts. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 178944;F. 
E. Marcy, San Diego, Calif. 1278 

Duncan (Ronald Frederick Henry)* Morwenstowe, 
Cornwall, England. Journal of a husbandman. © 
1 c. Mar. 7, 1944; A ad int. 28118; pubd. Jan. 21. 

1279 

Duranty (Walter)* North Hollywood, Calif. U S SR, 
the story of Soviet Russia [1st ed.] © Feb. 24, 
1944; A 179419. 1280 

Dye (Harold E.) Robes of splendor. © Feb. 26, 
1944; A 179013; Broadman press, Nashville. 

1281 



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89ers assn.,* Oklahoma City. Oklahoma, the beau- 
tiful land, by the 89ers. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 
178897. 1282 

Electronic engineering, v. 16. 1283, 1284 

No. 192, Feb., 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1944; A ad 

int. 28094; pubd. Jan. 29. 
No. 193, Mar., 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1944; A ad 

int. 28132; pubd. Feb. 26. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Elliott (Willard F.)* Houston. Elliott seven lesson 
shorthand. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 178804. 1285 

Elson (Henry W.) Modern times and the living past. 
© Mar. 14, 1944; A 179463; Amer. book co., Nev 
York. 1286 

Elton (Wallace W.) 1287, 1288 

Guide to naval aviation, by W. W. Elton, Alfred 

H. Driscoll, Robert N. Burchmore [and] Gray 

B. Larkum. 1st ed. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 

179048. 

Navy in the sky. © Mar. 6, 1944; A 179215. 

© McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 



Elwell (Clarence Edward) Influence of the enlighten- 
ment on the Catholic theory of religious education 
in France, 1750-1850. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 179280; 
President & fellows of Harvard college, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 1289 

Empringham (James)* Los Angeles. Invisible 
friends of the body. © Jan. 29, 1944; A 179440. 

1290 



Enters (Angna)* New York. Silly girl. © Mar. 9, 
1944; A 179414. 1291 



Ernenwein (L.) Faro Kid. © Mar. 
179429; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; A 
1292 



Estes (Harlow)* Boston. Inconstant flame. © Sept. 
7, 1943; A 179306. 1293 

Evans (Allen Roy)* Vancouver, B. C, Canada. All 
in a twilight. [1st ed.] © Feb. 4, 1944; A 178850. 

1294 

Farrell (James T.) 1295, 1296 

Young Lonigan. [Tower books ed.] © Oct. 7, 

1943; A 178964. 
Young manhood of Studs Lonigan. [Tower books 

ed.] © Jan. 3, 1944; A 178963. 
© Vanguard press, inc., New York. 

Farwell (Raymond F.) Rules of the nautical road. 
© Feb. 23, 1944; A 179165; United States naval 
institute, Annapolis. 1297 

Fauset (Arthur Huff) Black gods of the metropolis. 
© Feb. 18, 1944; A 178841; University of Penn- 
sylvania press, Philadelphia. 1298 

Feely (Joseph Martin)* Rochester, N. Y. Roger 
Bacon's cypher. © Dec. 31, 1943; A 179030. 



Felsen (Gregor) Some follow the sea. [1st ed.] © 
Feb. 25, 1944; A 178904; E. P. Dutton & CO., inc., 
New York. 1300 



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Ferguson (William B.) Shipbuilding cost and pro. 
duction methods. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178937 
Cornell maritime press, New York. 1301 

Ferril (Thomas Hornsby)* Denver. Trial by time. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179205. 1302 

Fischer (Marjorie)* New York. Embarrassment 
of riches. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 179434. 1303 

Flesch (Rudolf)* Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. Marks of 
readable style. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 179089. 

1304 

Florida. Florida statutes annotated, v. 20, 21. © 
Feb. 25, 1944; A 179100, 179101; Harrison co., 
Atlanta & West pub. co., St. Paul. 1305, 1306 

Floyd (Olive)* South Lincoln, Mass. Doctora in 
Mexico. ©Mar. 10, 1944; A 179452. 1307 

Flynn (Anthony J.) Way, the truth and the life. [By] 
A. J. Flynn, Sister Vincent Loretto [and] Mother 
Mary Simeon. © Oct. 28, 1943; A 178806; Wil- 
liam H. Sadlier, inc., New York. 1308 

Ford (Elisabeth)* New York. Amy Ferraby's 
daughter. © Feb. 26, 1944; A 179138. 1309 

Fowler (Elisabeth)* New York. Standing room 
only. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179019. 1310 

Fox (Emmet) Le sermon sur la montagne et 
L'oraison Dominicale [Translated by] E. Fox 
[and Gaston Gille] ©Dec. 22, 1943; A 179123; E. 
Fox, New York. 1311 

Frank (Thomas B.)* New York. Roaming the 
states. © Nov. 17, 1943; A 178883. 1312 

Franklin institute,* Philadelphia. Meet Dr. Frank- 
lin. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 179012. 1313 

Frantz (Juliette) Founders of our nation. © Feb. 
21, 1944; A 178965; Amer. book co., New York. 

1314 

Frary (Ihna T.) ed. Village green to city center, 
1843-1943. © Oct. 15, 1943; A 179160; Euclid 
avenue Congregational church, Cleveland. 1315 

French (Maida Parlow)* Toronto. Boughs bend 
oyer. [1st ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178853. 1316 

Friedenwald (Harry) Jews and medicine, v. L, 2. © 
Feb. 22, 1944; A 178974; Johns Hopkins press, 
Baltimore. 1317 



Fuchs (John R.)* New Braunfels, Tex. Liberation 
from taxation. © Feb. 10, 1944; A 179313. 1318 

Fujita (Nintaro) Kenkyusha English-Japanese dic- 
tionary. Commercial and technical terms. © 
Mar. 8, 1944; A 179316; P. D. Perkins & lone 
Perkins, South Pasadena, Calif. 1319 

[Fuller (Genevieve Fox)]* Newtown, Conn. Army 
surgeon, by Genevieve Fox. [1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 
1944; A 179154. 1320 

[Fulton (J. F.)] Four hundredth anniversary cele- 
bration of the De humani corporis fabrica of An- 
dreas Vesalius. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 179117; Yale 
journal of biology & medicine, inc., New Haven. 

1321 



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[Gaddls (Peggy)] Winter circus, by Peggy Dern 
[pseud.] © Oct. 8, 1943; A 179224; Arcadia 
house, Inc., New York. 1322 

Galdston (Iago) ed. March of medicine. © Dec. 31, 
1943; A 179136; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

1323 

Gardiner (Charles Henry)* Worcestershire, Eng- 
land. Your village and mine. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1944; A ad int. 28117; pubd. Jan. 21. 1324 

Gelseman (O. A.) Christ men need. © Feb. 8, 1944; 

New York. 

1325 



A 178971; Ernst Kaufmann, inc., 



Gessner (Robert)* New York. Treason. 
1944; A 179424. 



©Mar. 13, 
1326 



Ghormley (John W.)* Albany. Outline of orthopedics 
for students. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 179437. 1327 

Glfford (Hazel Theresa)* Topeka.Kan. Fundamen- 
tals of beauty for the woman who cares. © Feb. 
17, 1944; A 178867. 1328 

Gilbert (Stuart) tr. Escape In vain. [By] Georges 
Simenon. Translated from the French, by S. Gil- 
bert. © Jan. 20, 1944; A 179113; Harcourt, Brace 
& co., Inc., New York. 1329 

Gill (J. P.) Tool steels, by J. P. GUI, R. S. Rose,G. 
A. Roberts [and others] © Jan. 18, 1944; A 
178973; Amer. soc. for metals, Cleveland. 1330 

Gllman (Stephen) What the figures mean. © Mar. 2, 
1944; A 179095; Ronald press co., New York. 

1331 

Glasser (Otto) Physical foundations of radiology. 
[By] O. Glasser, Edith H. Qulmby, Laurlston S. 
Taylor [and] J. L. Weatherwax. © Mar. 8, 1944; 
A 179227; Paul B. Hoeber, Inc., New York. 1332 

[Goddard (Gloria)] Nurse Merton, Washington as- 
signment, by Louise Logan [pseud.] © Nov. 5, 
1943; A 179218; Arcadia house, Inc., New York. 

1333 

Goffln (Robert)* New York. White brigade, by R. 
Goffln. English version, by Charles Lam Mark- 
mann. [1st ed.] © Jan. 7, 1944; A 178959. 1334 

Gorder (L. O.) Electrical and radio dictionary. 
Prepared by L. O. Gorder, Carl H. Dunlap [and] 
Eano R. Haan. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179105;Amer. 
technical soc, Chicago. 1335 

Gordon (Virginia) Man should rejoice. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 179068; Westminster press, Philadel- 
phia. 1336 

[Gorn (George K.)J* New York. Poetry of this war, 
complied by I. Klssln [pseud.] © Sept. 23, 1943; 
A 179249. 1337 

Gray (Joseph M. M.) Postwar strategy of religion. 
© Feb. 26, 1944; A 179351; Whitmore & Stone, 
Nashville. 1338 

Great Britain. Minister of health. National health 
service, by Minister of health and Department of 
health for Scotland. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1944; A ad 
int. 28146; pubd. Feb. 17; Controller of His 
Britannic Majesty's stationery office, London. 

1339 



War ministry. Eighth army. September, 1941- 

January, 1943. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1944; A ad int. 
28150; pubd. Mar. 22; Controller of His Britan- 
nic Majesty's stationery office, London. 1340 

Green (Gardner L.) Upward quest. © Feb. 15, 
1944; A 178862; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

1341 

Greer (Carlotta C.) Foods for home and school. © 
Feb. 4, 1944; A 179273; Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 

1342 

Gregory (Jackson) Aces wild at Golden Eagle. © 
Feb. 23, 1944; A 179017; Dodd, Mead & co.,lnc, 
New York. 1343 

Greig (Maysie)* London. At the same time to- 
morrow. [1st ed.] © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179237. 

1344 

Griff In (Harold) Alaska and the Canadian northwest. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 25,1944; A 179024; W. W. Nor- 
ton & co., Inc., New York. 1345 

Gross (Anton)* Antloch, Calif. Zoned man. © Mar. 
14; 1944; A 179354. 1346 

[Gruelle (Johnny)] Raggedy Ann and Andy. © Feb. 

1, 1944; A 178946; Johnny Gruelle co., New York. 

1347 

[Gruelle (Justin)] lllus . 1348-1350 

Raggedy Ann and the Hoppy Toad, by Johnny 

Gruelle. [Illustrations by Justin Gruelle] © 

Nov. 15, 1943; A 178949. 
Raggedy Ann helps Grandpa Hoppergrass, by 

Johnny Gruelle. [Illustrations by Justin 

Gruelle] © Nov. 15, 1943; A 178948. 
Raggedy Ann In the garden, by Johnny Gruelle. 

[Hlustratlons by Justin Gruelle] © Nov. 15, 

1943; A 178951. 
© Johnny Gruelle co., New York. 

[Guanella (Clementine M.)* Omaha. Stained leaves, 
byjustlna M. Jescreveux. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; 
A ad Int. 28097; pubd. Oct. 26. 1351 

Gunther (John)* New York. D day. [lsted.] ©Mar. 
8, 1944; A 179279. 1352 

Haas (Rosamond) Delay Is the song. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 1, 1944; A 179036; E. P. Dutton & co., Inc., 
New York. 1355 

Halley, lord. Future of colonial peoples. © Feb. 7, 
1944; A 178808; Princeton unlv. press, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 1354 

Hall (Bennle) Poor angel. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 
179433; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 1355 

[Hammond (Godfrey)] Vision of a blind man. © Feb. 

2, 1944; A 179374; Popular science pub. co.,New 
York. 1356 

Hanklns (Grace Groyle) Our global world. © Feb. 
24, 1944; A 178970; Gregg pub. co., New York. 

1357 

Hanson (Paul P.) Military applications of mathemat- 
ics. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179050; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 1358 



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Harley (Brian) Mate in three moves. © Mar. 15, 
1944; A 179358; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 

1359 

Harvey (Felice) tr. Once in Vienna. [By] Vicki 
Baum. Translated by F. Harvey and Alan Martin 
Harvey. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1944; A ad int. 28112; 
pubd. Jan. 17; Geoffrey Bles, ltd., London. 1360 

Hauser (Gayelord)* Beverly Hills, Calif. Diet does 
it. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179090. 1361 

Havill (Edward)* Bluff Point, N. Y. Low road. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178906. 1362 

Hawkins (Willard E.) Twelve basic themes. © Oct. 
25, 1943; A 173860; Author & journalist pub. co., 
Denver. 1363 



Hayes (Alfred)* New York. 
1944; A 178978. 



Big time. © Feb. 



1364 



Hecht (Ben) Guide for the bedevilled. © Mar. 13, 
1944; A 179427; Charles Scrlbner's sons, New 
York. 1365 

Heiden (Konrad)* New York. Der fuehrer, by K. 
Heiden. Translated by Ralph Manheim [and Nor- 
bert Guterman] © Jan. 20, 1944; A 179207. 

1366 

Hemley (Samuel) Fundamentals of occlusion. © 
Feb. 21, 1944; A 178919; W. B. Saunders co., 
Philadelphia. 1367 

Henderson (Algo D.) Vitalizing liberal education. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178907; Harper & 
bros., New York. 1368 

Henderson (Donald)* London. Mr. Bowling buys a 
newspaper. © Jan. 27, 1944; A 178811. 1369 

Hendrickson (Walter Brookf ield) David Dale Owen, 
pioneer geologist of the middle west. © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 178106; Indiana historical bureau, Indian- 
apolis. 1370 

Hendryx (James B.)* Sutton's Bay, Mich. It hap- 
pened on Halfaday Creek. [1st ed.] © Mar. 10, 
1944; A 179367. 1371 

Herman (Lewis) Talk American, by L. Herman and 
Marguerite Shalett Herman. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 
179456; Ziff-Davis pub. co., Chicago. 1372 

Heuser (Emil F. F.)* Appleton, Wis. Chemistry of 
cellulose. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179125. 1373 

Hewett (Edgar L.) From cave dwelling to Mount 
Olympus. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 178918; University 
of New Mexico press, Albuquerque, N. M. 1374 

Hewitt (A rthur Wentworth) Jerusalem the golden. © 
Mar. 9, 1944; A 179349; Whltmorefe Stone, Nash- 
ville. 1375 

Hill (Ernestine) My love mustwalt. [lsted.] © Jan. 
21, 1944; A 179177; Doubleday,Doran & co., inc., 
New York. 1376 

Hill (Grace Livingston)* Swarthmore, Pa. More 
than conqueror. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179093. 

1377 



Hill (Katharine) Dear dead mother-in-law. [lsted.] 
© Mar. 1, 1944; A 179035; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 1378 

[Hobson (William H.)] Mark right I By Nash Buck- 
ingham. [New introduction by W. H. Hobson] © 
Mar. 10, 1944; A 179451; Nash Buckingham, Mem- 
phis, Term. 1379 

Hoffman (Jacob) Female endocrinology. © Mar. 16, 
1944; A 179411; W.B.Saunders co. , Philadelphia. 

1380 

Hoffmann (Eleanor)* Santa Barbara, Calif. Sierra 
Sally. © Nov. 14, 1944; A 179289. 1381 

Hogan (Inez)* Provincetown, Mass. Nappy planted 
a garden. [1st ed.] © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179037. 

1382 

[Hogeboom (Amy)] Vanishing violin, by Alison Lee 
[pseud.] © June 15, 1943; A 178847; Lothrop, 
Lee & Shepard co., New York. 1383 

Holmes (Henry Wyman) New hope for human unity. 
© Feb. 21, 1944; A 178835; Kappa delta pi, Tif- 
fin, O. 1384 

[Holroyde (Henry)]* Prince Albert, Sask., Canada. 
Challenge, by Seabrlght Light [pseud.] © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1944; A ad int. 28125; pubd. Mar. 1. 

1385 

Hopson (William) Silver Gulch. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 
179432; Phoenix press, New York. 1386 

[Hough (Stafford Frank)* Falmouth, Cornwall. Eng- 
land. Lobster post, by Frank Stafford [pseud.] © 
1 c. Mar. 10, 1944; A ad int. 28128; pubd. Jan. 13. 

1387 

Houston (Margaret Bell) &Adams (Gerald Drayson)* 
Stamford, Conn. Dark of the moon. © Nov. 5, 
1943; A 179220. 1388 

Howe (Will D.)* Mount Klsco, N. Y. Charles Lamb 
and his friends. [1st ed.] © Mar. 17, 1944; A 
179406. 1389 

Howell (Albert Thomas)* Aiken, S. C. Jonah's trip 
to Tarshish and other sermons. © Mar. 9, 1944; 
A 179352. 1390 

Huettig (Mae D.) Economic control of the motion 
picture Industry. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178840; 
University of Pennsylvania press, Philadelphia. 

1391 

Hughes (R. O.) Pennsylvania, past and present. © 
Feb. 18, 1944; A 179272; Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 

1392 



Hulslzer (Allan)* Flemlngton, N. J. Region and 
culture In the curriculum of the Navaho and the 
Dakota. © Sept. 10, 1940; A 178984. 1393 

Hutchinson (Forney)* Shawnee, Okl. My treasure 
chest. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 179104. 1394 

Hyatt (Delwyn) Mathematics for navigators, by D. 
Hyatt and Bennett M.Dodson. 1st ed. © Feb. 28, 
1944; A 179047; McGraw-Hill book co., Inc., New 
York. 1395 



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Hynes (W. F.)* Denver, Soldiers of the frontier. 
© Dec. 2B, 1943; A 179185. 1396 

Idol (Elizabeth Vera)* High Point, N. C. When the 
angels sang, fist ed.] © Dec. 6, 1943; A 178843, 

1397 



Illinois. Supreme court. Reports of cases at law 
and in chancery argued and determined, v. 383. 
© Feb. 23, 1944; A 179014; Edwin Hill Cooke, 

1398 



Bloomington, 111. 



1399-1404 
Feb. 22, 1944; A 



Mar. 4, 1944; A 



Illustrated London news. v. 204. 
No. 5465, Jan. 15, 1944. © 1 c 

ad int. 28103; pubd. Jan. 15. 
No. 5466, Jan. 22, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; A 

ad int. 28102; pubd. Jan. 22. 
No. 5467, Jan. 29, 1944. © 1 c 

ad int. 28111; pubd. Jan. 29. 
No. 5468, Feb. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; A 

ad int. 28103; pubd. Feb. 5. 
No. 5469, Feb. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1944; 

A ad int. 28136; pubd. Feb. 12. 
No. 5471, Feb. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1944; 

A ad int. 28141; pubd. Feb. 26. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Ind (Allison)* Ann Arbor. Bataan, the judgement 
seat. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179294. 1405 

Indiana. Appellate court . Reports of the cases de- 
cided, v. 112. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179075; 
State of Indiana, Indianapolis. 1406 

Ingraham (Reg) First fleet. [1st ed.] © Mar. 10, 
1944; A 179254; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

1407 



Inn (Henry)* Honolulu. Tropical blooms. 
1944; A 179166, 



Jan. 5, 
1408 



Irvin (George Ellis) Aircraft instruments. © Feb. 
29, 1944; A 179139; McGraw-Hill book co., Inc., 
New York. 1409 

Jackey (David F.) Craftsman prepares to teach. [By] 
D. F. Jackey [and] Melvln L. Barlow. © Feb. 23, 
1944; A 179065; MacmUlan co., New York. 1410 

Jackson (George Pullen)* Nashville. White and 
negro spirituals. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179147. 

1411 



Jacoby (Neil H.) Financing Inventory on field ware- 
house receipts. [By] N. H. Jacoby and Raymond J. 
Saulnier. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179006; Natl, bu- 
reau of economic research, inc., New York. 

1412 



Jast (L. Stanley) Reincarnation and Karma. © Mar. 
14, 1944; A 179296; Bernard A ckerman, inc., New 
York. 1413 

Jensen (Frode) Medical care of the discharged hos- 
pital patient. [By] F. Jensen, H. G. Weiskotten 
[and] Margaret A. Thomas. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 
179277; Commonwealth fund, New York. 1414 

Johns (Anne Page)* Richmond. Fir tree prays and 
other poems. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 179132. 1415 



Johnson (F. Ernest) ed. Religion and the world 
order. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179384; Institute of 
religious studies, New York. 1416 

Jones (Gwyn) tr. Vatnsdalers' saga. © Feb. 21, 
1944; A 179143; American-Scandinavian founda- 
tion, New York. 1417 

Jones (John G.) Sales management. ©Jan. 11,1944; 
A 178870; Alexander Hamilton institute, inc., 
New York. 1418 

Jones (Joseph M.) Modern foreign policy for the 
United States. © Mar. 14, 1944;A 179291;Time, 
inc., New York. 1419 

Jordanoff (Assen) Power and flight. [1st ed.] © 
Feb. 16, 1944; A 178914; Harper & pros., New 
York. 1420 

Kain (Ida Jean)* Philadelphia. Get in shape. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; A 179357. 1421 

Kaup (Elizabeth Dewing)* Pasadena, Calif. Seed 
of the Puritan. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178927. 

1422 

Keeling (James B.)* New Orleans. Truth achieve- 
ments of the Mayor Robert S. Maestri adminis- 
tration. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 179346. 1423 

Klllian (Bertha)* Oklahoma City. Prairie stakes. 
[1st ed.] Dec. 20, 1943; A 179428. 1424 

Kimball (Dexter S.) Cost finding. ©Jan. 11,1944; 
A 178871; Alexander Hamilton Institute, Inc., 
New York. 1425 

Klein (D. B.) Mental hygiene. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 
179362; Henry Holt & co., Inc., New York. 1426 

Kllneberg (Otto) ed. Characteristics of the Ameri- 
can negro. [1st ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178913; 
Harper & bros. , New York. 1427 

Knight (William Francis Jackson)* Exeter, Devon- 
shire, England. Roman Vergil. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 
1944; A ad Int, 28107; pubd. Feb. 4. 1428 

Knowlton (DanlelC.) Our America past and present, 
by D. C. Knowlton and Mary Harden. © Mar. 14, 
1944; A 179464; Amer. book co., New York. 

1429 

Knox (Esther Melbourne)* Chappaqua, N. Y. Flags 
of dawn. [1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179156. 

1430 

Koch (Frederick C.) Practical methods In bio- 
chemistry, by F. C. Koch and Martin E. Hanke. 
© Dec. 30, 1943; A 179118; Williams & Wllklns 
co., Baltimore. 1431 

Kottke (Frank Joseph) Electrical technology and 
the public Interest. © Mar. 6, 1944; A 179402; 
Amer. council on public affairs, Washington. 

1432 

Kroll (Harry Harrison) Waters over the dam. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179405; Bobbs -Merrill 
co., Indianapolis. 1433 



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Lancaster (Charles Maxwell) Two moods of minne- 
song. Adapted by C. M. Lancaster. Translated 
by John G. Frank and Carl Hammer. © Feb. 25, 
1944; A 179443; Vanderbilt univ. press, Nash- 
ville. 1434 



Landis (Carole) Four jills in a jeep. 
1944; A 179142; Random house, inc., 



© Feb. 25, 

New York. 

1435 



Lange (Norbert Adolph)* Sandusky, O. Handbook of 
chemistry. © Mar. 16, 1944; A 179442. 1436 

Lanigan (Alice M. P.) New moon and other poems. 
© Jan. 19, 1944; A 179398; Marshall Jones co., 
Francestown, N. H. 1437 

Latourette (Kenneth Scott) Great century in north- 
ern Africa and Asia, A. D. 1800-A. D. 1914. © 
Mar. 8, 1944; A 179206; Harper & bros., New 
York. 1438 

Lattimore (Owen) Making of modern China, by O. 
Lattimore and Eleanor Lattimore. [1st ed.] © 
Feb. 25, 1944; A 179025; W. W. Norton & co., inc., 
New York. 1439 

Leech (Lucile Pittman)* Chicago. April will come. 
© Jan. 6, 1944; A 179103. 1440 

Leechman (Douglas) Hiker's handbook. [1st ed.] © 
Feb. 25, 1944; A 179022; W. W. Norton & co., 
inc., New York. 1441 

Leonard (Edith M.) Child at home and school. © 
Feb. 16, 1944; A 178966; Amer. book co., New 
York. 1442 

Levin (Louis) & Levin (Samuel)* Los Angeles. 
Practical benchwork for horologists. © Mar. 9, 
1944; A 179336. 1443 

Levy (S. Leon) Nassau W. Senior, the prophet of 
modern capitalism. © Feb. 5, 1944; A 178864; 
Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 1444 

Lewis (Clive Staples)* Oxford, England. Perelan- 
dra. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179271. 1445 

Lewisohn (Ludwig) Breathe upon these. [1st ed.] 
© Feb. 23, 1944; A 178899; Bobbs-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 1446 

Lewiton (Mina) John Philip Sousa, the march king. 
© Feb. 14, 1944; A 179122; Didier pub. co., New 
York. 1447 

Lilliput. v. 14. 1448, 1449 

No. 2, Feb. 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1944; A ad 

int. 28088; pubd. Jan. 20. 
No. 3, Mar., 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1944; A ad 

int. 28126; pubd. Feb. 22. 
© Pocket publications, ltd., London. 

Lindman (Maj) Flicka, Ricka, Dicka and the straw- 
berries. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 179073; Albert Whit- 
man & co., Chicago. 1450 

Lindquist (G. E. E.) Indian in American life. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; A 179315; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 1451 

Long (Christopher Stanley)* Halifax, Va. You. © 
Dec. 1, 1943; A 178874. 1452 



Longstreet (Stephen)* New York. Nine lives with 
grandfather. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 179269. 1453 

Lopez (Vincent)* Philadelphia. What's ahead? © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 178827. 1454 

Lorenzini (Maria)* San Francisco. Seeding democ- 
racy. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 178868. 1455 



Lott (Davis Newton)* Seattle. Handbook of the nau- 
tical road. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 179135. 1456 

Lotz (Philip Henry) ed. Rising above color. © Dec. 
20, 1943; A 179183; Internatl. committee of Young 
men's Christian assns., New York. 1457 

Lowdermilk (Walter Clay)* Washington. Palestine, 
land of promise. [1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; A 
179200. 1458 

Lowsley (Oswald Swinney) Clinical urology, by O. 
S. Lowsley and Thomas Joseph Kirwin. v. 1,2. 
© Mar. 14, 1944; A 179301; Williams & Wilkins 
co., Baltimore. 1459 

Lyman (Eugene W.) Religion and the issues of life. 
© Dec. 30, 1943; A 179182; Edward W. Hazen 
foundation, inc., Haddam, Conn. 1460 

Lyon (Mabel Dana)* San Jose, Calif. It's my own 
funeral, by Dana Lyon. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 
179240. 1461 

Macauley (C. B. F.) Helicopters are coming. © 
Feb. 17, 1944; A 178818; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 1462 

McBride (Thomas Garth)* Chicago. Christian 
ethics and economics. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 
178859. 1463 

[McCarthy (Margery Sybil)]* Cores End, Bucking- 
hamshire, England & [Cummins (Kundry)]* Lon- 
don. Stiggles, drawn by Margery Colman [pseud.] 
Told by K. K. de Karroff [pseud.] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1944; A ad int. 28131; pubd. Feb. 18. 1464 

McCoy (Melvyn EL) Ten escape from Tojo, by M. H. 
McCoy and S. M. Mellnik, as told to Welbourn 
Kelley. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179308; Farrar & 
Rinehart, inc., New York. 1465 

McDonald (Lucille Saunders)* Seattle. Berin's pot- 
latch. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 178833. 1466 

McFarland (Bertha Blount) Our garden was so fair. 
© Feb. 11, 1944; A 178894; Fleming H. Revell 
co., New York. 1467 

McGehee (William H. O.) Dental practice manage- 
ment, by W. H. O. McGehee and Alfred S. Walker. 
© Feb. 17, 1944; A 179009; Year book publishers, 
inc., Chicago. 1468 

McGoldrick (Joseph D.) Building regulation in New 
York city. [By] J. D. McGoldrick, Seymour Grau- 
bard [and] Raymond J. Horowitz. © Feb. 25, 
1944; A 179071; Commonwealth fund, New York. 

1469 



Macht (David I.)* Baltimore. 
© Jan. 29, 1944; A 178865. 



and verdure. 
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no. 3, 1944 



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Maclntyre (Elisabeth) Susan who lives In Australia. 
© Feb. 28, 1944; A 179286; Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 1471 



Maclver (R. M.) ed. Group relations and group 
antagonisms. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179385; Institute 
for religious studies, New York. 



1472 



McKean (Emma C.) illus . 1473-1476 

Alice in Wonderland. © Nov. 9, 1943; A 178953. 
Cinderella. © Nov. 9, 1943; A 178954. 
Goldilocks and the three bears. © Nov. 9, 1943; 

A 178955. 
Little Red Riding Hood. © Nov. 9, 1943; A 

178956. 
© McLoughlln bros., inc., Springfield, Mass. 

MacLaren (Malcolm) Rise of the electrical industry 
during the nineteenth century. © May 25, 1943; 
A 179146; Princeton unlv. press, Princeton, N. J. 

1477 

Maclean (Catherine Macdonald)* London. Born un- 
der Saturn. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179295. 1478 

MacLeod (Grace) ed. Rose's Foundation of nutri- 
tion. Revised byG. MacLeod and Clara Mae Tay- 
lor. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178967; Macmillan co., 
New York. 1479 

McMahon (Thomas J.) Historical records and 
studies, v. 33. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179159; Uni- 
ted States Catholic historical soc, New York. 

1480 

Macmillan co.,* New York. Authors' book. © Feb. 
29, 1944; A 178982. 1481 



MacNeice (Louis)* 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 
18. 



London. Christopher Columbus . 

1944; A ad int. 28130; pubd. Feb. 

1482 



McNichols (Charles Longstreth)* Los Angeles. 
Crazy weather. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 178980. 

1483 

[McNulty (Helen)]* London. Food without fuss, by 
Josephine Terry. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1944; A ad int. 
28116; pubd. Jan. 21. 1484 

Mag ruder (Frank Abbott) National governments and 
international relations. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 
179275; Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 1485 

Mallory (Walter H.) ed. Political handbook of the 
world. 1944. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179164; Coun- 
cil on foreign relations, inc., New York. 1486 

Manning (Warren Francis) ed. Life of Saint Domi- 
nic. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 178994; President & 
fellows of Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 

1487 

Mariano (John H.)* New York. Wartime labor re- 
lations. © Mar. 2, 1944; A 179066. 1488 

Marriott (John A. R.) Short history of France. © 
Mar. 2, 1944; A 179070; Oxford univ. press, New 
York, inc., New York. 1489 

Marshall (Marie)* Wentworthville, New South 
Wales, Australia. Tony Tithers, the story of a 
scottie. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1944; A ad int. 28123; 
pubd. Dec. 20. 1943. 1490 



Marshall (Marie)* Wentworthville, New South 
Wales, Australia & Magrath (John)* Darling 
Point, New South Wales, Australia. Tony 
Tithers, the story of a scottie. © 1 c. Feb. 
17, 1944; A ad int. 28155; pubd. Dec. 20, 1943. 

1491 

Mason (Bernard S.) Dances and stories of the 
American Indian. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 178987; 
A. S. Barnes & co., inc., New York. 1492 

Mayo (Gail Elton) Honeymoon In hell. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 3, 1944; A 179175; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 1493 

Meriwether (Margaret Babcock) ed. Carolinian 
florist of Governor John Drayton of South Caro- 
lina, 1766-1822. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 179234; 
South Carollniana library of the Univ. of South 
Carolina, Columbia, S. C. 1494 

Meyer (Gladys) Magic circle. [1st ed.] © Mar. 13, 
1944; A 179325; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 

1495 

[Meyneng (Henriette Marie-Anne Bouchage)] Bro- 
ken arc, by Mayette Meyneng. [1st ed.] © Mar. 
8, 1944; A 179202; Harper & bros., New York. 

1496 

[Millard (Sidney Richardson)]* Newquay, Cornwall, 
England. Teach yourself astro navigation, by 
Kaspar. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1944; A ad int. 28139; 
pubd. Jan. 31. 1497 

Miller (Mary Britton) The crucifixion. © Feb. 21, 
1944; A 178921; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 1498 

Mississippi. Mississippi code, 1942, annotated, v. 
1-8. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 179039-179046; State 
of Mississippi, Jackson, Miss. 1499-1506 

Mitchell (David R.) ed. Coal preparation. 1st ed. 
© Jan. 27, 1944; A 179408; Amer. institute of 
mining & metallurgical engineers, Inc., New 
York. 1507 

Mitchell (Lucy Sprague) 1508, 1509 

Animals, plants and machines. [By]L. S. Mitch- 
ell [and] Margaret Wise Brown. Blanche Kent 
Verbeck, educational consultant. © Feb. 14, 
1944; A 178878. 
Farm and city. [By] L. S. Mitchell [and] Mar- 
garet Wise Brown. Blanche Kent Verbeck, 
educational consultant. © Feb. 2, 1944; A 
178876. 
© D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 

Moeschlln (Elsa) Red horse. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 
178901; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 1510 

Moore (Vivian Lyon)* Hillsdale, Mich. First hun- 
dred years of Hillsdale college. © Mar. 2, 1944; 
A 179319. 1511 

Morgan (Lorne T.) Permanent war. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1944; A ad Int. 28148; pubd. Jan. 25; John 
James Carrlck, Toronto. 1512 

Morln-Labrecque (Albertlne) 1513-1515 

Charles Gounod etses operas, 1818-1893. © Feb. 

26, 1944; A for. 



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Felix Mendelssohn, 1809-1847. ©Dec. 18, 1943, 

A for. 48670. 
Jean Sebastien Bach, 1685-1750. © Jan. 20, 1943; 

A for. 48668. 
© Les editions de i'etoile, Montreal. 

Morison (Stanley) Recollections of Daniel Berkeley 
Updike, by S. Morison and Rudolph Ruzicka. © 
Dec. 11, 1943; A 179334; Club of odd volumes, 
Boston. 1516 

Morris (Ira V.)* New York. Liberty street. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178911. 1517 

Mudgett (Helen Parker) Seas stand watch. [1st ed.] 
© Mar. 13, 1944; A 179327; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 1518 

Mulholland (John) Art of illusion. © Mar. 6, 1944; 
A 179283; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

1519 

Mulinos (Michael G.) Pharmacology. © Feb. 24, 
1944; A 178938; Oxford univ. press, New York, 
inc., New York. 1520 

Muse (Maude B.) Pharmacology and therapeutics. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; A 179421; W. B. Saunders co., 
Philadelphia. 1521 

Myers (Martin L.) Yardbird Myers. © Feb. 1,1944; 
A 179236; Dorrance & co.,.inc, Philadelphia. 

1522 

Nathan (Robert R.) Mobilizing for abundance. © 
Mar> 6, 1944; A 179211; McGraw-Hill book CO., 
inc., New York. 1523 

National dictionary of the English language. © Jan. 
14, 1944; A 179059; P. F. Collier & son corp., 
New York. 1524 

National encyclopedia, v. 1-10. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 
179062; P. F. Collier & son co., New York. 1525 

Nelson (Daniel) English- Chinese romanized diction- 
ary. © Feb. 10, 1944; A 179099; Augsburg pub. 
house, Minneapolis. 1526 

Nevins (Allan) Century of political cartoons, by A. 
Nevins and Frank Weitenkampf. © Mar. 20, 1944; 
A 179454; Charles Scribner's sons, New York; 

1527 

New Jersey. Legislature. Manual of Legislature of 
New Jersey. 168th session. 1944. © Feb. 25, 
1944; A 179127; Dorothy A. Fitzgerald, trustee 
under the will of Josephine A. Fitzgerald, Belmar, 
N. J. 1528 



New York legal diary and manual. 
A 178931; Legal diary pub. co. 



© Dec. 25, 1943; 
New York. 

1529 



Newman (Louis E.) ecL_ Modern turbines, by L. E. 
Newman, Allen Keller [and others] © Feb. 11, 
1944; A 178822; General electric co. , Schenectady, 
N. Y. 1530 

Nicolay (Helen) China's first lady. © Mar. 17, 1944; 
A 179394; D. Appleton-Century CO., inc., New 
York. 1531 



Norman (James) Inch of time. [Victory ed.] © Mar. 
1, 1944; A 179309; William Morrow & co., inc., 
New York. 1532 

North Carolina. General statutes of North Carolina 
of 1943. v. 3. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179021; Michie 
co., Charlottesville, Va. 1533 

North eastern reporter. [Ohio supplement, v. 12] 
© Mar. 1, 1944; A 179371; West pub. co., St. 
Paul. 1534 

North eastern reporter. Second series, v. 51 N. E. 
2nd. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179372; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 1535 

North western reporter. Second series, v. 11 N. W. 
2d. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179099; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 1536 

Norton (Andrl)* Cleveland. Sword is drawn. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179416. 1537 

Novak (Emil) Textbook of gynecology. © Mar. 14, 
1944; A 179317; Williams & Wilkins co., Balti- 
more. 1538 

Nye (Nelson C.)* Tucson, Ariz. Cartridge-case 
law. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178837. 1539 

Nystrom (Daniel) Today with God. © Mar. 10, 1944; 
A 179383; Augustana book concern, Rock Island, 
III. 1540 

[O'Donnell (George E.)] ed. St. Charles seminary, 
Overbrook, 1832-1943. © Nov. 4, 1943; A 
179337; St. Charles seminary, Philadelphia. 

1541 

Ohio. Supreme court. Reports of cases argued and 
determined. New series, v. 141. © Feb. 24, 
1944; A 179108; J. L. W. Henney, for the state of 
Ohio, Columbus, O. 1542 

Oklahoma. Criminal court of appeals. Oklahoma 
criminal reports, v. 74, 75. Cases determined. 
© May 24, Dec. 3, 1943; A 179339, 179340; State 
of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. 1543, 1544 

Supreme court. Oklahoma reports, v. 191 -A. 

Cases determined. © Nov. 11, 1943; A 179341; 
State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. 1545 

[Olson (Alma Luise)] tr. Behind the steel wall, by 
Arvid Fredborg. [Translated by A. L. Olson] © 
Jan. 14, 1944; A 179455; Viking press, inc., New 
York. 1546 

Once in Cornwall, by S. M. C. [1st ed.] © Mar. 1, 
1944; A 179153; Longmans, Green & co., inc., 
New York. 1547 



Orange (Ursula)* Forest Row, Sussex, England. 
Company in the evening. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1944; 
A ad int. 28144; pubd. Jan. 31. 1548 

O'Rourke (Lawrence James)* Washington. Self-aids 
in English usage. © Sept. 2, 1943; A 178888. 

1549 

Osgood (Phillips Endecott) Say I to myself. © Feb. 
17, 1944; A 178993; President & fellows of Har- 
vard college, Cambridge, Mass. 1550 



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[Overall (Helen Mary Elizabeth)]* Chistlehurst, 
Kent, England. Empty house, by Irlna Karlova 
[pseud.] © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1944; A ad int. 28151; 
pubd. Jan. 27. 1551 

Oxnam (G. Bromley)* Boston. Behold thy mother. 
© Mar. 7, 1944; A 179129. 1552 

Pacific reporter -(2d series) Oklahoma decisions 
reported in Pacific reporter, Second series. 138 
P. 2d - 141 P. 2d. © Feb. 10, 1944; A 178998; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 1553 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 142 P. 2d. © 
Feb. 24, 1944; A 179096; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1554 

Packard (Leonard O.) Our air-age world. [By] L. 
O. Packard, Bruce Overton [and] Ben D. Wood. 
© Mar. 21, 1944; A 179466; Macmillan CO., New 
York. 1555 

[Par era (Grace Moore)]* Sandy Hook, Conn. You're 
only human once. [By] Grace Moore. [1st ed.] 
© Mar. 3, 1944; A 179174. 1556 

Parrott (Ursula)* New York. Even in a hundred 
years. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179015. 1557 

Parsons (Frances Dietz)* Omaha. Solomon Shil- 
ling come to court. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 179344. 

1558 

Patterson (K. B.) Analytic geometry, by K. B. Pat- 
terson and A. O. Hickson. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 
178815; F. S. Crofts & co., inc., New York. 1559 

Penton (Brian)* London. Advance Australia — 
where? © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1944; A ad int. 28143; 
pubd. Jan. 20. 1560 

Peterson (Florence) Handbook of labor unions. © 
Feb. 18, 1944; A 179078; Amer. council on pub- 
lic affairs, Washington. 1561 

Phillips (Catherine Coffin)* Los Angeles. Coulter - 
ville chronicle, the annals of a mother lode min- 
ing town. © Dec. 15, 1942; A 178934. 1562 

Picture post. v. 22. 1563-1568 

No. 3, Jan. 15, 1955. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1944; A ad 

int. 28093; pubd. Jan. 12. 
No. 5, Jan. 29, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1944; A ad 

int. 28089; pubd. Jan. 26. 
No. 6, Feb. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; A ad 

int. 28095; pubd. Feb. 2. 
No. 7, Feb. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1944; A ad 

int. 28114; pubd. Feb.' 9. 
No. 8, Feb. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1944; A ad 

int. 28122; pubd. Feb. 16. 
No. 9, Feb. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1944; A ad 

int. 28133; pubd. Feb. 23. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Pierce (Earle V.) Church and world conditions. © 
Feb. 11, 1944; A 178893; Fleming H. Revell CO., 
New York. 1569 

Pinker ton (Kathrene)* New York. Farther north. © 
Feb. 24, 1944; A 178992. 1570 

Pittenger (W. Norman) Christian way in a modern 
world. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 179243; Cloister 
press, Louisville. 1571 



Pitts (Lilla Belle) Music curriculum in a changing 
world. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179423; Silver Bur- 
dett co., New York. 1572 

[Pointer (Priscilla)] illus t Lord is my shepherd. 
Illustrated by Catherine Merrit [pseud.] and 
Marguerite Gayer. © Nov. 5, 1943; A 178952; 
McLoughlinbros., inc., Springfield, Mass. 1573 

Pope (Edith)* Biloxi, Miss. Colcorton. © Mar. 13, 
1944; A 179425. 1574 

Porcelain (Sidney E.) Purple pony murders. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; A 179430; Phoenix press, New 
York. 1575 

Post (Kenneth) Plants and flowers in the home. © 
Mar. 10, 1944; A 179380; Orange Judd pub. co., 
inc., New York. 1576 

[Powys (Elizabeth)]* Sherborne, Dorset, England. 
Well full of leaves. [By] Elizabeth Myers. © 
Feb. 18. 1944; A 178856. 1577 



Pressey (Sidney L.) Psychology and the new educa- 
tion. [By] S. L. Pressey and Francis P. Robin- 
son. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178909; Harper & bros., 
New York. 1578 

Prewett (Virginia)* Alexandria, Va. Americas and 
tomorrow. [1st ed.] © Mar. 16, 1944; A 179411. 

1579 

Priest (H. Malcolm)* Pittsburgh. Practical design 
of welded steel structures. © Feb. 4, 1944; A 
178945. 1580 



Punch, v. 206. 1581-1585 

No. 5370, Jan. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1944; A ad 

int. 28104; pubd. Jan. 5. 
No. 5372, Jan. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1944; A 

ad int. 28137; pubd. Jan. 19. 
No. 5373, Jan. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1944; A 

ad int. 28086; pubd. Jan. 26. 
No. 5375, Feb. 9, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; A 

ad int. 28113; pubd. Feb. 9. 
No. 5377, Feb. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1944; 

A ad int. 28138; pubd. Feb. 23. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Putnam (Samuel) tr. Rebellion in the backlands. 
Translated fromOs sertSes,by Euclides daCun- 
ha, with introduction and notes by S. Putnam. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 178544; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1586 

Puttkammer (Ernst W.) ed. War and the law. © 
Feb. 22, 1944; A 178900; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1587 

Queen (Ellery) pseud . Misadventures of Sherlock 
Holmes. [1st ed.] © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179461; 
Little, Brown & co., Boston. 1588 

Quinn (Vernon) Picture map geography of Canada 
and Alaska. [1st ed.] © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179331; 
J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 1589 

Race: nation: person; social aspects of the race 
problems. A symposium. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 
179186; Barnes & Noble, inc., New York. 1590 



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Ramsdell (Charles Wilson) Behind the lines in the 
southern Confederacy. [By] C. W. Ramsdell. 
Edited, with a foreword, by Wendell H. Stephen- 
son. © Jan. 15, 1944; A 179038; Louisiana state 
univ. press, Baton Rouge, La. 1591 

Randau(Carl) & Zugsmith (Leane)* New York. The 
visitor. © Feb. 11, 1944; A 178887. 1592 

Ray (Randolph) Marriage is a serious business. © 
Feb. 28, 1944; A 179049; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 1593 

Raymond (Nancy) Unhappy rabbit. © Nov. 12, 
1943; A 178842; Fideler co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

1594 

[Raymond (Rene)]* Kingsway, England. MlssShum- 
way waves a wand, by James Hadley Chase. © 1 
c. Mar. 24, 1944; A ad int. 28152; pubd. Jan. 27 . 

1595 

Red cross. U. S. American national Red cross,* 
Washington. American Red cross S A F hand- 
book. © Jan. 8, 1944; A 178869. 1596 

Redlfer (A. E.) Lifeboat manual. © Mar. 1, 1944; 
A 179086; Cornell maritime press, New York. 

1597 

Reeder (Myrtle L.)* Columbus, O. Hills of clay. © 
Feb. 4, 1942; A 178940. 1598 

Reeder (Ward G.) School boards and superintend- 
ents. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 179128; Macmillan co., 
New York. 1599 

Regionalism and world organization. [By Clarence 
A. Berdahl, Sarah Wambaugh, and others] © Feb. 
28, 1944; A 179077; Amer. council on public af- 
fairs, Washington. 1600 

Reichgott (David) Today's geometry, by D. Relch- 
gott [and] Lee R. Splller. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 
179178; Prentice -Hall, Inc., New York. 1601 

Reid (Mildred I.)* Boston. Writers, let's plot! © 
Feb. 15, 1944; A 178863. 1602 

Reigstad (Olln S.) Christ of Lent. © Feb. 10, 1944; 
A 1790087; Augsburg pub. house, Minneapolis. 

1603 

ReUly (Helen)* Westport, Conn. Opening door. © 
Feb. 21, 1944; A 178886. 1604 

Relmuller (Vera)* Baltimore. Scampy and plney. 
© Mar. 14, 1944; A 179299. 1605 

Reltmelster (Louis Aaron)* Great Neck, N. Y. 
Nature of power. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179244. 

1606 

Rewald (John) ed. Paul Gauguin letters to Ambrolse 
Vollard and Andre Fontalnas. © Feb. 15, 1943; 
A 178935; Grabhorn press, San Francisco. 1607 

Reynolds (Lillian Bilor)* San Diego. Life time 
notes. © Mar. 2, 1944; A 179231. 1608 

Reynolds (Quentin) Curtain rises. © Mar. 6, 1944; 
A 179435; Random house, Inc., New York. 1609 



Rice (Craig)* Santa Monica, Calif. Home sweet 
homicide. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 178923. 1610 

Rice (Louis A.) First principles of business, by L. 
A. Rice, James H. Dodd [and] Augustin L. Cos- 
grove. © Feb. 24, 1944; A 178915; D. C. Heath 
& co., Boston. 1611 

Rlckard (J. A.)* Kingsvllle, Tex. Old Aztec story 
teller. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179297. 1612 

Ridley (G. N.)* New Brighton, England. Man studies 
life. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; A ad Int. 28109; pubd. 
Jan. 20. 1613 

Rifkln (Lillian) 1614, 1615 

When I grow up I'll be a doctor. © June 15, 1943; 

A 178846. 
When I grow up I'll be a farmer. © Feb. 25, 

1944; A 179116. 
© Lothrop, Lee & Shepard co., New York. 

Right mire (George W.) Federal aid and regulation 
of agriculture and private industrial enterprise 
In the United States. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 179162; 
Ohio state univ., Columbus, O. 1616 

Roan (C. M.)* Minneapolis. Wings on the air. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179300. 1617 

Robbins (Zila) ed. All in the day's work. Edited by 
Z. Robbins and Marjorle Medary. © Feb. 21, 
1944; A 178962; D. Appleton-Century co.,. Inc., 
New York. 1618 

Roberts (Charles W.) Handbook of English. [By] C. 
W. Roberts, Jesse W. Harris [and] Walter G. 
Johnson. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 179378; Oxford univ. 
press, New York, Inc., New York. 1619 

Roberts (W.Adolphe) ed. Book of the navy. Select- 
ed, with notes, by W. A. Roberts and Lowell 
Brentano [1st ed.] © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179198 ; 
Doubleday, Doran & co., Inc., New York. 1620 

Robinson (Helen T. Douglas) Sky ways. © Feb. 14, 
1944; A 178861; Bruce Humphries, Inc., Boston. 

1621 

Robinson (Louis N.) Jails, care and treatment of 
misdemeanant prisoners In the United States. © 
Feb. 25, 1944; A 179002; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 1622 

Robsjohn-Gibblngs (T. H.) Good-bye, Mr. Chippen- 
dale, [lsted.] © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179329; Al- 
fred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 1623 

Running (H. W.) Gospel at work, by H. N. Running, 
In cooperation with N. N. Running. © Dec. 20, 
1943; A 179247; N. N. Running, Minneapolis. 

1624 

Rolo (Charles J.)* New York. Wingate's raiders. © 
Feb. 11, 1944; A 179058. 1625 

Roos (Frank J.) Writings on early American archi- 
tecture. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 179163; Ohio state 
univ., Columbus, O. 1626 

Roslnskl (Herbert) German army. © Feb. 26, 1944; 
A 179190; Infantry journal, Inc., Washington. 

1627 



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1664 



Rothery (Agnes)* Charlottesville, Va. Fitting habi- 
tation. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179034. 1628 

Rowse (Alfred Leslie)* Oxford, England. Poems 
chiefly Cornish. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; A ad int. 
28106; pubd. Feb. 4. 1629 

Sabine (George H.) ed. Cornell university abstracts 
of theses. 1942. © Feb. 10, 1944; A 179191; Cor- 
nell univ., Ithaca, N. Y. 1630 

Sackville-West (Victoria Mary) Eagle and the dove. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178852; Doubleday, 
Dor an & co., inc., New York. 1631 

Sakay (Yvette) _tr. Arene of love, by Helene Eliat. 
Translated by Y. Sakay. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 
179377; Helene Eliat, New York. 1632 

Salter (Andrew)* New York. What is hypnosis. © 
Feb. 17, 1944; A 178858. 1633 

Sargent (S. Stansfeld) ed. Basic teachings of the 
great psychologists. © Feb. 7, 1944; A 179197; 
Garden City pub. co., inc., New York. 1634 

Saunders (Hilary St. George)* London. Pioneers 1 
O pioneers! © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1944; A ad int. 
28134; pubd. Jan. 21.. 1635 

[Schaap (Walter)] tr. Jazz from the Congo to the 
Metropolitan. [By] Robert Goffin. [Translated 
by W. Schaap and Leonard G. Feather. 1st ed] © 
Jan. 21, 1944; A 179409; Robert Goffin, New York. 

1636 

Scharf stein (Zevi)* Brooklyn. [Beth Israel] © Feb. 
8, 1944; A 178933. 1637 

Scott (Bradford) Walters of the Flying W. © Oct. 8, 
1943; A 179223; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

1638 

Scott (Denis) pseud. Murder makes a villain. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 1, 1944; A 178814; Bobbs-Merrill 
co., Indianapolis. 1639 

Scott (Margaret M.) Home again. © Dec. 30, 1943; 
A 179067; Westminster press, Philadelphia. 

1640 

[Scoville (Genevieve)] Indianapolis woman's club, 
1875-1940. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 179107; Indian- 
apolis woman's club, Indianapolis. 1641 



Segre (Alfredo)* New York. Mahogany. 
1944; A 179169. 



Feb. 15, 
1642 



[Seide (Meyer)]* New York. Common thread, by 
Michael Seide [pseud. 1st ed.] © Feb. 24, 1944; 
A 178981. 1643 

Shaffer (Ervin Adam)* Harrisburg, Pa. Colonel 
Washington. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179353. 1644 

Sharkey (Don) White smoke over the Vatican. © 
Mar. 13, 1944; A 179376; Bruce pub. co., Milwau- 
kee. 1645 

Shaver (Erwin L.) 100 ways to improve Sunday 
school teaching. © Oct. 1, 1942; A 178829; 
David C. Cook pub. co., Elgin, III. 1646 



Short (Ruth Gordon) Stories of the Reformation in 
England and Scotland. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 
179462; Review & herald pub. assn., Washington. 

1647 

Sieff (Mark) Colloquial Russian. [1st ed.] © Feb. 
28, 1944; A 178990; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 1648 

Silvers (Earl Reed) If this be forgetting. © Dec. 
30, 1943; A 179360; Westminster press, Philadel- 
phia. 1649 

Simmons (James Stevens) ed. Laboratory methods 
of the United States army. Edited by J. S. Sim- 
mons and Cleon J. Gentzkow. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 
179134; Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. 1650 

Slaughter (Frank G)* Jacksonville, Fla. Battle sur- 
geon. [1st ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 179239. 

1651 

Smith (C. R. F.) Management of newspaper corre- 
spondents. [By] C. R. F. Smith and Kathryn M. 
Rheuark. © Jan. 1, 1944; A 178879; Louisiana 
state univ. press, Baton Rouge, La. 1652 

Smith (Dollilee Davis)* Cleburne, Tex. Today is 
mine. © Oct. 10, 1943; A 179084. 1653 

Smith (E. Gilmour) Modern parables. © Feb. 11, 
1944; A 178895; Fleming H. Revell co.,New 
York. 1654 

Smith (Harvey)* Rye, N. Y. Nine to five. © Mar. 
20, 1944; A 179453. 1655 



Smith (Henry Lester)* Bloomington, Ind. Educa- 
tional research, principles and practices. © 
Feb. 28, 1944; A 179074. 1656 

Smith (Karl Franklin)* Columbus, O. Scriptural 
view of the Christian pastorate. © Feb. 18, 1944; 
A 178828. 1657 

Smith (Lillian)* Clayton, Ga. Strange fruit. © 
Feb. 29, 1944; A 179026. 1658 

Smith (Percey F.)* New Haven & Mikesh (James S.)* 
Lawrenceville, N. J. 1659-1661 

Plane and spherical trigonometry and four -place 

tables. © June 4, 1943; A 179389. 
Plane trigonometry and four-place tables. © 

July 7, 1943; A 179390. 
Spherical trigonometry and tables. © June 18, 

1943; A 179388. 

Smithsonian 'scientific series, [v. 1-12] Charles 
Greeley Abbot, editor-in-chief. © Dec. 5, 1943; 
A 178936; Smithsonian institution series, inc., 
New York. 1662 

Society of American foresters. Committee on for- 
estry terminology, ed^ Forestry terminology. 
Compiled and edited by Committee on forestry 
terminology, Ralph C. Hawley, chairman. © Jan. 
26, 1944; A 179445; Society of Amer. foresters, 
Washington. 1663 

Sockman (Ralph W.) Date with destiny. © Mar. 9, 
1944; A 179350; Whit more & Stone, Nashville. 

1664 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Soldiers' and sailors' prayer book. [1st ed.] © Mar. 
13, 1944; A 179324; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New 
York. 1665 

South eastern reporter. Second series, v. 27 S. E. 
2d. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179370; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 1666 

South western reporter (2d series) 1667, 1668 

Kentucky decisions reported in South western re- 
porter, Second series. 172 S. W. 2d-174 S. W. 
2d. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178997. 
Texas decisions reported in South western re- 
porter, Second series. 173 S. W.2d-174 S. W. 
2d. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 179000. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 175 S. W. 
2d. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179369; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 1669 

Sowers (Phyllis Ayer) Swords and sails in the 
Philippines. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179072; Albert 
Whitman & co., Chicago. 1670 

Spence (Lewis)* Edinburgh, Scotland. Outlines of 
mythology. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; A ad int. 28108; 
pubd. Jan. 20. 1671 

Spencer (James) Maintenance and servicing of elec- 
trical instruments, by J. Spencer. Edited by M. 
F. Behar. ,1st ed. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 179171; 
Instruments pub. co., inc., Pittsburgh,, 1672 

Sphere, v. 176. 1673-1678 

No. 2295, Jan. 15, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1944; A 

ad int. 28090; pubd. Jan. 15. 
No. 2296, Jan. 22, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; A 

ad int. 281 CO; pubd. Jan. 22. 
No. 2297, Jan. 29, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; A 

ad int. 28110; pubd. Jan. 29. 
No. 2298, Feb. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; A 

ad int. 28101; pubd. Feb. 5. 
No. 2299, Feb. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1944; A 

ad int. 28135; pubd. Feb. 12. 
No. 2301, Feb. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1944; A 

ad int. 28140; pubd. Feb. 26. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Spiegler (Samuel) Your life's work. © Feb. 21, 
1944; A 179233; Riverdale press, Cincinnati. 

1679 

Sprackling (Helen)* Westport, Conn. Courtesy. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 179188. 1680 

Starr (Harris E.) ed. Dictionary of American biog- 
raphy, v. 21. Supplement 1. © Mar. 6, 1944; A 
179287; Amer. council of learned societies, Wash- 
ington. 1681 

Stevenson (Augusta) Sam Houston, boy chieftain, 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179345; Bobbs-Mer- 
rill co., Indianapolis. 1682 

Stirling (Yates) Jr.,* New York. Why sea power 
will win the war. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 178810. 

1683 



Strakhovsky (Leonid I.) Intervention at Archangel. 
© Feb. 21, 1944; A 179145; Princeton univ. press, 
Princeton, N. J. 1684 



Streatfeild (Noel)* London. Myra Carroll. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1944; A ad int. 28121; pubd. Jan. 10. 



Strohm (John L.) I lived with Latin Americans. © 
Mar. 4, 1944; A 179158; Interstate printers & 
publishers, Danville, 111. 1686 

Stuart (Jesse) Mongrel mettle. [1st ed.] © Feb. 21, 
1944; A 178875; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 1687 

Suhr (Elmer G.) Theme and variations. © Mar. 15, 
1944; A 179459; Manthorne & Burack, inc., Bos- 
ton. 1688 

Sullivan (Lawrence) Bureaucracy runs amuck. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178813; Bobbs-Merrill 
co., Indianapolis. 1689 

Taber (Clarence Wilbur) Taber's dictionary of 
gynecology and obstetrics, by C. W. Taber, with 
the collaboration of Mario A. Castallo. © Feb. 
28, 1944; A 179170; F. A.Davis co., Philadelphia. 

1690 

Talbot (Constance) Complete home care of' your 
family wardrobe. © Mar. 6, 1944; A 179148; 
Arco pub. co., New York. 1691 

Talbot-Booth (E. C.) ecL Merchant ships, 1943. 
Founded, compiled, drawn and edited by E. C. 
Talbot-Booth, assisted by E. B. R. Sargent. © 1 
c. Mar. 22, 1944; A ad int. 28147; pubd. Jan. 25; 
Macmillan co., New York. 1692 

Taus (Esther Rogoff) Central banking functions of 
the United States treasury, 1789-1941. © Dec. 
31, 1943; A 179137; Columbia univ. press, New 
York. 1693 

Terhune (Florence B.)* Larchmont, N. Y. Deco- 
rating for you. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 179189. 1694 

Thomas (George F.) ed. Vitality of the Christian 
tradition. [1st ed.] © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178910; 
Harper 6 bros., New York. 1695 

Thomas (Roy H.) Dairy farming in the south, by R. 
H. Thomas, P. M. Reaves and C. W. Pegram. © 
Feb. 21, 1944; A 178891; Interstate printers & 
publishers, Danville, III. 1696 

Thompson (Thelma) Bright ramparts. © Nov. 5, 
1943; A 179217; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

1697 

Tillyard (E. M. W.) Elizabethan world picture. © 
Feb. 23, 1944; A 178838; Macmillan co., New 
York. 1698 

Tireman (L. S.) Baby Jack and Jumping Jack' Rab- 
bit. Stories by L. S. Tireman, adapted by Evelyn 
Yrisarri. © Feb. 9, 1944; A 179057; University 
of New Mexico press, Albuquerque, N. M. 1699 

Tokay (Elbert) Fundamentals of physiology. © Feb. 
1, 1944; A 179267; Garden City pub. co., inc., 
New York. 1700 

Tompkins (Walker A.) Trouble on Funeral Range. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; A 179029; Phoenix press, New 
York. "01 



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no. 3, 1944 



1739 



Torrey (Volta)* Forest Hills, N. Y. You and your 
Congress. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178880. 1702 

Townsend (Herbert) Our America. © Feb. 18, 
1944; A 179276; Allyn & Bacon, Boston. 1703 

Tritton (Arthur Stanley) Teach yourself Arabic. © 
1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; A ad int. 28092; pubd. Jan. 17; 
English universities press, ltd., Bickley, Kent, 
England. 1704 

Tunis (John R.)* Rowayton, Conn. Rookie of the 
year. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 179322. 1705 

Tyler (Alice Felt) Freedom's ferment. © Jan. 13, 
1944; A 178941; University of Minnesota, Minne- 
apolis. 1706 

United States. United States code congressional ser- 
vice. Laws of 78th Congress. 1st session. Con- 
vened January 6, 1943, adjourned December 21, 
1943. © Feb. 22, 1944; A 179097; West pub. co., 
St. Paul & Edward Thompson co., Brooklyn. 

1707 

United States. Supreme court. Cases argued and 
decided. Book 87. Lawyers' ed. © Feb. 24,1944; 
A 178916; Lawyers co-operative pub. co.j Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 1708 

United States naval academy. Annapolis . Department 
of foreign languages. New naval phraseology in 
English— French— -Spanish— Jtalien— German — 
Portuguese. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 179446; United 
States naval institute, Annapolis. 1709 

Department of seamanship and navigation. Navi- 
gation and nautical astronomy. © Oct. 14, 1943; 
A 178845; U. S. naval institute, Annapolis. 1710 

United States patents quarterly, v. 56, 57. © Aug. 
27, 1943, Jan. 31, 1944; A 179264, 179265; Bureau 
of natl. affairs, inc., Washington. 1711, 1712 

Upfield (Arthur W.)* Victoria, Australia. Winds of 
evil. [1st ed.] © Mar. 3, 1944; A 179321. 1713 

Van den Daele (P. F.) Something new about health 
and healing. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179228; Chris- 
topher pub. house, Boston. 1714 

Van Devander (Charles W.)* Washington. Big boss- 
es. © Mar. 16, 1944; A 179444. 1715 

[Van Doren (Carl)] The Iliad of Homer in the Eng- 
lish verse translation by Alexander Pope. Illus- 
trated with the classical designs of John Flaxman. 
[New matter by C. Van Doren] © Jan. 25, 1944; A 
179173; Heritage press, New York. 1716 



Van Doren (Mark)* 
other poems. <§ 



New York. Seven sleepers and 
Mar. 9, 1944; A 179229. 1717 



Van Ness (Lilian)* Vienna, Va. Again In October. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 179238. 1718 

Van Slnderen (Adrian)* New York. Four years. © 
Feb. 28, 1944; A 179092. 1319 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, 1681 to date. v. 
16. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179098; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 1720 



Wakeman (Frederic)* New York. Shore leave. © 
Mar. 9, 1944; A 179241. 1721 

Walker-Taylor (Philip Neville) Charter for Britain. 
© 1 c. Nov. 3, 1943; A ad Int. 28098; pubd. Oct. 
11; Hodder & Stoughton, ltd., Bickley, Kent, Eng- 
land. 1722 

Wallace (Lily Haxworth)* Brooklyn. Sea food cook- 
ery. [1st ed.] © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179251. 1723 

Wallbank (T. Walter) World In turmoil. 1914-1944, 
by T. W. Wallbank and Alastalr M. Taylor. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 178884; Scott, Foresman & co., 
Chicago. 1724 

Wandless (Edgar G.) Story of the rubber life raft. 
© Oct. 28, 1943; A 179064; New York rubber 
Corp., New York. 1725 



Wang (Chl-chen) tr. 1726, 1727 

Contemporary Chinese stories. © Feb. 25, 1944; 

A 178988. 
Traditional Chinese tales. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 

178989. 
© Columbia univ. press, New York. 

Washington broadcast. [1st ed.] © Mar. 3, 1944; A 
179266; Doubleday, Doran & co., Inc., Washing- 
ton. 1728 

Waterman (ThedaL.) Nursing for community health. 
© Mar. 3, 1944; A 179133; F. A. Davis ^.Phil- 
adelphia. 1729 

Wavell (Archibald P.)* London. Allenby in Egypt, 
being v. 2 of Allenby, a study in greatness. © 1 
c. Feb. 23, 1944; A ad int. 28087; pubd. Dec. 31, 
1943. 1730 

Wayne (Elaine) Bucky Bear who would not take his 
nap. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179115; Lothrop,Lee & 
Shepard co., New York. 1731 

Weatherhead (Leslie D.) In quest of a kingdom. © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; A ad int. 28142; pubd. Dec. 15, 
1943; Whltmore & Stone, Nashville. 1732 

Webster (Hutton) World civilization, by H.Webster 
and Edgar Bruce Wesley. © Feb. 9, 1944; A 
179269; D. C. Heath & co., Loston. 1733 

Welch (Myra Brooks) Touch of the Master's hand. 
© Jan. 20, 1944; A 179248; Brethren pub. house, 
inc., Elgin, 111. 1734 

Welles (Winifred) Shape of memory. © Feb. 28, 
1944; A 179079; Henry Holt &co., Inc., New York. 

1735 

Wellman(Paul I.)* Kansas City, Mo. Bowl of brass. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179124. 1736 

West (Ruth)*, Spokane. New world's foundations In 
the old. © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179274. 1737 

Westrate (Edwin V.)* Hollywood. Forward obser- 
ver. [1st ed.] © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179307. 1738 

Whipple (Dorothy V.)* Washington. Our American 
babies. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 179187. 1739 



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White (D. Fedotoff) Growth of the Red army. © Jan. 
17, 1944; A 178807; Princeton univ. press, 
Princeton, N. J. 1740 

White (Eliza Orne)* Brookline, Mass. When Esther 
was a Uttle girl. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 179413. 

1741 

White (Ethel Fairfield)* Spokane. Jester at heart 
© Feb. 18, 1944; A 178939. 1742 

Who was who in America, v. 1. 1897-1942. Libra- 
ry ed. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179342; A. N. Marquis 
co., Chicago. 1743 

Wilcox (Earley Vernon) Modern farmers' cyclopedia 
of agriculture. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179381; 
Orange Judd pub. co., inc., New York. 1744 

[Wilkinson (Louis Umfrevillc)]* London. Devil in 
crystal, by Louis Marlow. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; 
A ad int. 28105; pubd. Feb. 4. 1745 

Williams-Heller (Annie) Soybeans from soup to 
nuts, by A. Williams-Heller and Josephine Mc- 
Carthy. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179460; Vanguard 
press, inc., New York. 1746 

Wilson (J. Dover) Fortunes of Falstaff. © Mar. 14, 
1944; A 179290; Macmillan co., New York. 

1747 

[Winston (Richard)] tr. Six thousand years of bread, 
by H. E. Jacob. [Translated by R. Winston and 
Clara Winston. 1st ed.] © Mar. 10, 1944; A 
179368; H. E. Jacob, New York. 1748 

Winston dictionary. Advanced ed. © Feb. 23, 1944; 
A 178885; John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 

1749 

Wirtschafter (Reitza Dine) Fence of fire. © Nov. 1, 
1942; A 179457; Press of James A. Decker, 
Prairie City, 111. 1750 



Woolley (Edwin C.) Handbook of writing and speak- 
ing, by E. C. Woolley, Franklin W. Scott [and] J. 
C. Tressler. © Feb. 11, 1944; A 178877; D. C. 
Heath & co., Boston. 1751 

Wright (G. Ernest) Challenge of Israel's faith. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179320; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 1752 

Wright (Watkins E.) Frontier nurse. © Oct. 8, 1943; 
A 179222; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 1753 

[Yale university. School of medicine. Historical li- 
brary] Harvey Cushing collection of books and 
manuscripts. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 179004; Yale 
univ., New Haven. 1754 

Yarmolinsky (Avrahm) ed. Treasury of great Rus- 
sian short stories, Pushkin to Gorky. © Feb. 23, 
1944; A 178839; Macmillan co., New York. 1755 

Yates (Raymond F.)* Lockport, N. Y. Boy and a 
motor. [1st ed.l © Feb. 16, 1944; A 178905. 1756 

Yeakley (Marjory Hall)* Lynn, Mass. After a 
fashion. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179417. 1757 

Year book of obstetrics and gynecology. 1943. © 
Feb. 18, 1944; A 179007; Year book publishers, 
inc., Chicago. 1758 

Year book of physical therapy. 1943. © Feb. 4, 
1944; A 179008; Year book publishers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1759 

Yorck (Ruth L.) Sixty to go. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 
179270; Julian Messner, inc., New York. 1760 



Yoseloff (Thomas) & Stuckey (Lillien)* New York. 
Merrv adventures of Till Euienspiegei. © Mar. 
14, 1944; a 179298. 1761 

Young (James F.) ed. Materials and processes. © 
Feb. 29, 1944; A 179181; General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 1762 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications 1,577 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages 6 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions of 

law of Mar. 4, 1909 - - 179 

Total - - 1,762 



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LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[1762 



Abbott (Lyman) Reminiscences. © Beatrice Vail 
Abbott, Larchmont, N. Y. R 122357, Nov. 4, 
1943. 1 



Finn (Francis James) Cupid of Campion. © Peter 
A. Brooks, St. Louis. R 122375, Nov. 4, 1943. 

16 



Beach (Rex Ellingwood) Rainbow's end. © R. Beach, 
Sebring. Fla. R 122438, Nov. 9, 1943. 2 

Besser (H.) Perseverance, how to develop it, by H. 
Besser. Translated by Francis Medhurst. Au- 
thorized ed. © Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 
R 122571, Oct. 22, 1943. 3 

Biggers (Earl Derr) Agony column. © Eleanor 
Biggers Cole, Pasadena. R 122436, Nov. 10, 1943. 

4 

Blakeman (B. F.) Blake man -Connelley shorthand 
system, by B. F. Blakeman and Veronica Connel- 
ley. © Veronica Connelley, Indianapolis. R 
**L22379, Nov. 8, 1943. 5 

Burnet (Dana) Shining adventure. © D. Burnet, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. R 122444, Nov. 9, 1943. 



Burnett (Frances Hodgson) Way to the house of 
Santa Claus. © Dorlnda Burnett, Plandome, L. 
I., N. Y. & Verity Burnett Chisholm, Brookline, 
Mass. R 122448, Nov. 9, 1943. 7 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual. Missal. Sun- 
day missal, for all the Sundays and the principal 
feasts of the year, with introduction, notes, and 
a book of prayer, comp, by Rev. F. X. Lasance. 
© F. X. Lasance, Cincinnati. R 122377, Nov. 4, 
1943. 8 

Chamberlayne (Charles Frederic) Treatise on the 
modern law of evidence, v. 5. © Matthew Ben- 
der & co., Inc., Albany. R 122454, Oct. 11, 1943. 



10-12 
Book 4. R 122485, 



Clark (Albert W.) 

Graded writing textbooks 

Nov. 10, 1943. 
Graded writing textbooks. Shorter course. Books 

1, 2. Revised. R 122486, 122487, Nov. 10, 

1943. 
© A. W. Clark, Melrose Highlands, Mass. 

Clarke (Isabel Constance) Only Anne. © I. C. 
Clarke, MandevlUe, Jamaica, British West In- 
dies. R 122374, Nov. 4, 1943. 13 

[Clemens (Samuel L.)J Mysterious stranger, by 
Mark Twain [pseud.] © Clara Clemens Gabrilo- 
wltsch, Hollywood, Calif . R 122446, Nov. 9,1943. 

14 

Commons (John Rogers) Principles of labor legisla- 
tion, by J. R. Commons and John B. Andrews. © 
Irene O. Andrews, New York &John R. Commons, 
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. R 122519, Sept. 28, 1943. 

15 



Fitch (George Helgeson) Petey Simmons at Slwash. 
© Clara Lynn Fitch, Eugene, Or. R 122514, Nov. 
11, 1943. 17 

Fltzhugh (Percy Keese) Uncle Sam's outdoor magic. 
© P. K. Fltzhugh, Oradell, N. J. R 122445, Nov. 
9, 1943. 18 

Glasgow (Ellen) Life and Gabriel la. ©E.Glasgow, 
Richmond. R 122318, Nov. 11, 1943. 19 

Howells (William Dean) Years of my youth. © John 
Mead Howells, Klttery Point, Me. & Mildred 
Howells, Boston. R 122447, Nov. 9, 1943. 20 

Huddy (Xenophon Pearce) Law of automobiles, bv 
X. P. Huddy, 4th ed.,by Howard C.Joyce. © Mat- 
thew Bender & co., inc., Albany. R 122457, Oct. 

21 

Hurst (Fannie) Every soul hath its song. © F. 
Hurst, New York. R 122439, Nov. 9, 1943. 22 

Kelland (Clarence Budington) Mark Tidd's citadel. 
© C. B. Kelland, Port Washington, N. Y. R 
122449, Nov. 9, 1943. 23 

Kussy (Nathan) The abyss. © N. Kussy, East 
Orange, N. J. R 122513, Nov. 11, 1943. 24 

Lardner (Ring) 25-29 

Carmen. R 122552, Nov. 12, 1943. 
Gullible's travels. R 122554, Nov. 12, 1943. 
One man team. R 122556, Nov. 12, 1943. 
Three kings and a pair. R 122553, Nov. 12, 1943. 
Water cure. R 122555, Nov. 12, 1943. 
© Ellis A. Lardner, New Milford, Conn. 

Loomls (Louise Ropes) Book of the popes. © L. R. 
Loomls, New Haven. R 122354, Nov. 4, 1943. 30 

Lorenz (Karl K.) ed. 31, 32 

Children's day treasury, no. 26. R 122529, Oct. 

20, 1943. 
Easter treasury, no. 21. R 122530, Oct. 20, 1943. 
© Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Marcosson (Isaac Frederick) Charles Frohman: 
manager and man, by I. F. Marcosson and Daniel 
Frohman. © I. F. Marcosson, New York. R 
122443, Nov. 9, 1943. 33 

Mathews (Blanche Dlngley) Conversation lessons 
for the beg Inner In music. © Carrie W. Beekman, 
Denver. R 122591, Nov. 12, 1943. 34 

Merriman (Mansfield) Treatise on hydraulics. 10th 
ed., rev. © Margaret M. Merriman, New York. 
R 122451, Nov. 9, 1943. 35 



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Myers (William Fenton) Brief on procedure in the 
Surrogate's court. © W. F. Myers, Amsterdam, 
N. Y. R 122455, Nov. 12, 1943. 36 

New York (State) Parsons' complete annotated 
pocket code. 41st ed. Prepared by John T. Fltz- 
patrick, with a complete topical index prepared 
by John C. Thomson. © Matthew Bender & co., 
inc., Albany. R 122456, Oct. 11, 1943. 37 

Paine (Albert Bigelow) Boy's life of Mark Twain. 
© Louise Paine Moore, New York, Joy Paine 
Cushman, West Redding, Conn. & Frances Paine 
Wade, Washington. R 122440, Nov. 9, 1943. 

38 

Rabinowitz (Olga) Memorial album of Sholom Alei- 
chem. © Marie Waife Goldberg & Sarah Lila 
Kaufman, New York. R 122364, Aug. 31, 1943. 

39 

[Rabinowitz (Shalom)] Fun'm jarid, by Sholom 
Alelchem [pseud.] v. 1, 2. © Marie Waif e Gold- 
berg & Sarah Lila Kaufman, New York. R 122363, 
122365, Aug. 31, 1943. 40, 41 

Rhead (Louis) Arabian nights' entertainments. © 
Bertrand Rhead, Woore,near Crewe, England. R 
122442, Nov. 9, 1943. 42 

Richmond (Grace Louise Smith) Red Pepper's pa- 
tients. (In Ladies home journal, v. 33, no. 9, 
Sept., 1916) © Grace Smith Richmond. Fredonia, 
N. Y. R 122317, Nov. 2, 1943. 43 

Sawyer (Ruth) This way to Christmas. © Ruth Saw- 
yer Durand, Ithaca, N. Y. R 122437, Nov. 9, 
1943. 44 

Semple (Henry Churchill) Heaven open to souls. © 
William D. O'Leary, Mobile. R 122376, Nov. 4, 
1943. 45 



Spalding (Henry Stanislaus) Car.p by Cooper River. 
© Leo D. Sullivan, Oak Park, HI. R 122373, Nov. 
4, 1943. 46 

Steinmetz (Charles Proteus) America and the new 
epoch. © Joseph LeRoy Hayden, Schenectady, N. 
Y. R 122441, Nov. 9, 1943. 47 

Taft (William Howard) Our chief magistrate and 
his powers. © Helen Taft Manning, Bryn Mawr, 
Pa. R 122395, Nov. 6, 1943. 48 

Tarkington (Booth) 49-53 

American, German-American, and German. R 

122319, Nov. 2, 1943. 
Brudie's pickle. R 122321, Nov. 2, 1943. 
Penrod's nervous breakdown. R 122316, Nov. 2, 

1943. 
Second name for Vreedersburgh. R 122320, Nov. 

2, 1943. 
Spring concert, R 122322, Nov. 2, 1943. 
© B. Tarkington, Indianapolis. 

Thome -Thomsen (Gudrun) ed. Birch and the star, 
and other stories. © G. Thorne-Thomsen,Gary, 
Ind. R 122366, Nov. 6, 1943. 54 

Trebeln (Bertha E.) Theodor Fontane as a critic 
of the drama. © Bertha Trebeln, Flynn, Xenia, 
O. R 122396, Nov. 6, 1943. 55 

Updegraff (Robert Rawls) Obvious Adams. © R. R. 
Updegraff, Scarsdale, N. Y. R 122520, Sept. 28, 
1943. 56 

Whiting (Albert Draper) Bandaging. © Lactitia 
Perot Whiting & Albert D. Whiting, jr., Philadel- 
phia. R 122587, Nov. 17, 1943. 57 

Woodbrldge (Frederick James Eugene) Purpose of 
history. © Frederick J. Woodbrldge, Quonset Pt., 
R. I. R 122355, Nov. 4, 1943. 58 



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BOOKS 
PART I, GROUP I 



Note.— An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Abbott (Frederick) Life's an opportunity and other 
inspirational verse. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 180002; 
Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 1763 

Abrams (Leroy) Illustrated flora of the Pacific 
states, Washington, Oregon and California, v. 2. 
© Mar. 29, 1944; B 179790; Board of trustees of 
the Leland Stanford univ,, Stanford University, 
Calif. 1764 

Abramson (David I.) Vascular responses in the ex- 
tremities of man in health and disease. © Mar. 
28, 1944; A 180009; University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago. 1765 

Acker (Helen)* Minneapolis. Three boys of old 
Russia. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179509. 1766 

[Adams (Cleve F.)] Evil star. [By] John Spain 
[pseud. 1st ed.] © Apr. 12, 1944; A 180018; E. 
P. Dutton & co., inc., New York. 1767 

Adams (Perry)* Lynbrook, L. I., N. Y. On such as 
we. [1st ed.] © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179660. 1768 

Alabama. Supreme court . Report of cases argued 
and determined, v. 244. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 
179555; Chauncey Sparks, governor of Alabama, 
Montgomery, Ala. 1769 

Albrand (Martha) Endure no longer. [1st ed.] © 
Apr. 19, 1944; A 180149; Little, Brown & co., 
Boston. 1770 

Alexander (Ralph S.) Marketing, by R. S. Alexander, 
Frank M. Surface, Robert F. Elder [and] Wroe 
Alderson. © Jan. 3, 1944; A 179821; Ginn & co., 
Boston. 1771 

[American council on education] Commission on 
teacher education. Teachers for our times. © 
Jan. 21, 1944; A 178844; Amer. council on edu- 
cation, Washington. 1772 

American law reports annotated, v. 148. © Mar. 
20, 1944; A 179593; Lawyers co-operative pub. 
co., Rochester, N. Y. & Bancroft- Whitney co., 
San Francisco. 1773 

Anderson (Edwin P.) Audels radioman's guide. © 
Mar. 29, 1944; A 179951; Theo. Audel & co., New 
York. 1774 

Anderson (Kenneth) Shining shield, by Ken Ander- 
son. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179891; Zondervan pub. 
house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1775 

Anthony (Catherine Parker) Textbook of anatomy 
and physiology. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 179563; C . 
V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 1776 



Archer (Laird)* New York. Balkan journal. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179733. 1777 

Aswell (Mary Louise) ed. It's a woman's world. © 
Apr. 3, 1944; A 179897; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 1778 

Atkins (Harold William)* Hollandale, Minn. Pilot's 
master log book. © Apr. 15, 1944; A 180197. 

1779 

Atkinson (Harry Grant) Modern real estate practice, 
v. 1-5. ©Apr. 6, 1944; A 179925; Lane pub. co., 
Chicago. 1780 

Atlantic reporter. Second series, v. 34 A. 2d. © 
Mar. 17, 1944; A 179556; West pub. co.,St. Paul. 

1781 



Averill (Esther)* New York. 
1944; A 179763. 



Cat club. © Mar. 29, 
1782 



Aviation, v. 1-6. © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179534; Amer. 
technical soc, Chicago. 1783 

Ayer (Margaret) illus. Dragons on guard, by Anna 
Curtis Chandler. Illustrations by M. Ayer. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; A 179669; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 1784 

Ayer (William Ward) God's answers to man's 
doubts. © Dec. 27, 1943; A 179888; Zondervan 
pub. house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 1785 

Bacon (Frances Archinson) Kitty come down. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; A 179650; Oxford univ. press, New 
York, inc., New York. 1786 

Bakst (Aaron) Arthmetic for adults. © Apr. 10, 
1944; A 179932; F. S. Crofts & co., inc., New 
York. 1787 

Barnes (R. Bowling) Infrared spectroscopy. [By] 
R. B. Barnes, Robert C. Gore, Urner Liddel and 
Van Zandt Williams. ©Apr. 11, 1944; A 179968; 
Reinhold pub. corp., New York. 1788 

Barrett (Jack) ed. Nation's crossword puzzle book. 
© Mar. 29, 1944; A 179777; Crown publishers, 
New York. 1789 

Barry (Jerome)* New York. Lady of night. [1st ed.] 
© Feb. 18, 1944; A 179497. 1790 

Barton (Walter E.)* Washington. Federal income, 
estate and gift tax laws. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 
179605. 1791 

Baum (Vicki)* Pasadena. Hotel Berlin '43. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 1, 1944; A 179848. 1792 



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Bayer (Oliver Weld) No little enemy. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 24, 1944; A 179850; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 1793 

Beals (Frank Lee) Buffalo Bill. © Nov. 29, 1943; 
A 180150; Wheeler pub. co., Chicago. 1794 

Bellow (Saul) Dangling man. © Mar. 23, 1944; A 
179712; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 1795 

Benedict (Ruth) Bicycling, by Ruth and Raymond 
Benedict. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 179604; A. S. 
Barnes & co., inc., New York. 1796 

Benne (Kenneth D.)* Noroton Heights, Conn. Con- 
ception of authority. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179491. 

1797 

Bennett (O. P.)* Washington, 111. The collie, by O. 
P. Bennett and T. M. Halpin. © July 30, 1942; A 
179634. 1798 

Benton (Paul) Surgery through the ages. A pictorial 
chronical, by Lejaren 'A. Hiller. Text by P. Ben- 
ton and John H. Hewlett. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 
180053; Davis & Geek, inc., Brooklyn. 1799 

Bentwich (Norman De Mattos)* London. Judaea 
lives again. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; A ad int. 
28177; pubd. Feb. 14. 1800 

Berkman (Irving W.) Outline of New York practice. 
© Apr. 1, 1942; A 179471; Amer. legal publica- 
tions, inc., New York. 1801 

Beigeleisen (Jacob I.) Careers in commercial art. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 31, 1944; A 179803; E. P. Dut- 
ton & co., inc., New York. 1802 

Billings (Lydia Rader)* Los Angeles. As petals 
fall. © Mar. 31, 1944; A 179776. 1803 

Bingham (Alfred M.)* Salem, Conn. Practice of 
idealism. [1st ed.] © Mar. 23, 1944; A 180014. 

1804 

Birnbaum (Philip) Maimonides' Mishneh Torah. 
Abridged ed. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 179833; Hebrew 
pub. co., New York. 1805 

Blied (Benjamin Joseph)* Milwaukee. Austrian aid 
to American Catholics, 1830-1860. © Apr. 1, 
1944; A 179844. 1806 

Blocklinger (Betty) Surgeon in uniform. © Mar. 1, 
1944; A 179468; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 

1807 

Bodmer (Frederick) 1808, 1809 

Loom of language. [1st ed.] © Mar. 25, 1944; A 
179614; W. W. Norton & co., inc., New York. 
Loom of language, by F. Bodmer, edited and ar- 
ranged by Lancelot Hogben. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1955; A ad int. 28179; pubd. Jan. 12; George 
Allen & Unwin, ltd., London. 

Bogen (Jules I.) Corporation finance. © Apr. 20, 
1944; A 180222; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 1810 

Bone (Edith) tr. Rainbow, by Wanda Wasilewska. 
Translated by E.Bone. Edited for American edi- 
tion, by Sonia Bleeker. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 
180141: Simon & Schuster, inc., New York. 1811 



Bonsai (Stephen)* Washington. Unfinished business. 
[1st ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178851. 1812 



Book of knowledge, v. 1-20. © Feb. 8, 
179698; Grolier soc, inc., New York. 



1944; A 
1813 



Book of knowledge annual. 1944. © Mar. 25, 1944; 
A 179603; Grolier soc, inc., New York. 1814 

Boresky (Theodosia)* New Haven. Zakhar Berkut, 
by Ivan Franko. Translated from the Ukrainian 
for the first time, by T. Boresky. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 20, 1944; A 179644. 1815 

Bosniak (Jacob) Interpreting Jewish life. © Apr. 
18, 1944; A 180152; Bloch pub. CO., inc., New 
York. 1816 

Bouve (Thomas Tracy) Bell and the bugle and 
other poems. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 180001; Bruce 
Humphries, inc., Boston. 1817 

BOwen (Catherine Drinker)* Bryn Mawr, Pa. Yan- 
kee from Olympus. © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180178. 

1818 

Bowerman (Ada Mary Leolin)* Berkeley, Calif. 
Flowering plants and ferns of Mount Diablo, 
California, by Marl L. Bowerman. © Mar. 18, 
1944; A 179763. 1819 

Boyd (Eunice Mays)* Berkeley, Calif. Doom in the 
midnight sun. [War ed.] © Apr. 13, 1944; A 
180021. ■ 1820 

Bradley (Kenneth) Diary of a district officer. © 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1944; A ad int. 28186; pubd. Mar. 11, 
1943; George G. Harrap & co., ltd., London. 

1821 

Branson (H. C.)* Ann Arbor. Case of the giant 
killer. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179735. 1822 

Breger (Dave) Private Breger's war. © Mar. 13, 
1944; A 179728; Random house, inc., New York. 

1823 

Brewster (Eliot) When the husband's away. © Apr. 
1, 1944; A 179868; Phoenix press, New York. 

1824 

Brice (Tony) Little Bobo and his blue jacket. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 180214; Rand McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1825 

Britannica junior, v. 1-12. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 
179903; Encyclopaedia britannica, inc., Chicago. 

1826 

Brock (Emma L.) Mr. Wren's house. [1st ed.] © 
Apr. 17, 1944; A 180129; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 1827 

Broening (Angela M.) comp . Best-liked literature. 
[Compiled by] A. M. Broening, A. Laura McGreg- 
or, Leonard V. Koos [and] Grayson N. Kefauver. 
Books 1, 2. © Jan. 24, Feb. 25, 1944; A 179817, 
179818; Ginn & co., Boston. 1828, 1829 

Bromfield (Louis)* Lucas, O. What became of Anna 



Bolton. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179764 



1830 



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no. 4. 1944 



Brooks (Keith L.) Children's gospel commentary. 
© Jan. 31, 1944; A 179886; Zondervan pub. house, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 1831 

Brown (Charles R.) Dreams come true. © Apr. 11, 
1944; A 179927; Macmillan co., New York. 

1832 

Brown (Pearl F.)* Dallas. Highlights of philosophy. 
© Feb. 15, 1944; A 180151. 1833 

Brown (Rose)* Para, Brazil. Two children and 
their jungle zoo. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 179594. 

1834 

Brynes (Asher)* Hightstown, N. J. Revolution comes 
of age. © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179666. 1835 

Buchen (Gustave William)* Sheboygan, Wis. His- 
toric Sheboygan County. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 
179885. 1836 

Buckley (F. R.)* New York. Davy Jones, I love you. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179852. 1837 



Bureau of national affairs, inc 
bfcard. War labor reports. 
1944; A 179730; Bureau of natl 
Washington. 



National war labor 

v. 11. © Mar. 20, 

affairs, inc., 

1838 



Burke (Richard)* New York. Frightened pigeon. © 
Apr. 21, 1944; A 180211. 1839 

Burns (Mary Loveland)* Boston. Murder at Craw- 
ford Notch. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179843. 

1840 

Burton (Katherine) Mother Butler of Marymount. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180090; Longmans, 
Green & co., inc., New York. 1841 

Burton (Miles)* London. Four -ply yarn. © 1 c. 
Apr. 20, 1944; A ad int. 28189; pubd. Mar. 6. 

1842 

Bush (Merrill E.) Citizen, plan for peace [lsted.] 
© Mar. 29, 1944; A 179765; Harper & bros., New 
York. 1843 

Business executives and corporation encyclopedia. 
1944. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 179505; Institute for 
research in biography, inc., New York. 1844 

California. Deering's California codes. 

1845-1848 
Agricultural code of the state of California. 

[1943 ed.] © Feb. 18; A 179676. 
Labor code of the state of California. [1943 ed.] 

© Feb. 18; A 179678. 
Military and veterans code of the state of Calif or- 

nia. [1943 ed.] © Feb. 18; B 179675. 
Vehicle code of the state of California. [1943 ed.] 

© Feb. 18, 1944; A 179677. 
© Bankcroft-Whitney co., San Francisco. 

California. Supreme court. Reports of cases de- 
termined, v. 22. 2d. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179679; 
Bancroft-Whitney co., San Francisco. 1849 

California reporter, covering cases reported in 
Pacific reporter, Second series. 141 P. 2d-142 
P. 2d. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179557; Westpub. co., 
St. Paul. 1850 



Canfield (Leon H.)* Greenwich, Conn., Wilder 
(Howard B.)* Melrose, Mass., Paxson (Frederic 
L.)* Berkeley, Calif., Coulter (Ellis Merton)* 
Athens, Ga. & Mead (Nelson P.)* New York. 
United States in the making. © Mar. 21, 1944- A 
180024. 1851 

Cantril (Hadley) Gauging public opinion, by H. Can- 
tril and Research associates in the Office of pub- 
lic opinion research, Princeton university. © 
Feb. 16, 1944; A 179523; Princeton univ. press, 
Princeton, N. J. 1852 

Carlisle (Norman V.)* Oakdale, L. I., N. Y. Mir- 
acles ahead By N. V. Carlisle and Frank B. Lat- 
ham. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 179931. 1853 

Carus (Clayton D.) Japan, its resources and indus- 
tries, by C.D.Carus and Charles Longstreth Mc- 
Nichols. [lsted.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179770; 
Harper & bros., New York. 1854 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual . Lessons of 
the temporal cycle and the principal feasts of the 
sanctoral cycle according to the monastic brevi- 
ary. © De2. 30, 1943; A 179680; St. Meinrad's 
abbey, inc., St. Meinrad, Ind. 1855 

Cattell (Jaques) American men of science. © Mar. 
20, 1944; A 179513; Science press, Lancaster, Pa. 

1856 

Chamberlain (John L.) jr. Vom kennen zum konnen, 
von J. L. Chamberlain, jr. und Fritz Tiller. © 
Jan. 31, 1944; A 178890; F. S. Crofts & co., inc., 
New York. 1857 

Chandler (Anna Curtis)* New York. Dragons on 
guard, by A. C. Chandler. Illustrations by Mar- 
garet Ayer. © Mar. 23, 1944; A 179668. 1858 

Chapman (John) Four Gospels. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 
180034, Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 1859 

[Chapman (Margaret Storm Jameson)]* North Wales, 
Great Britain. Cloudless May, by Storm Jameson. 
© Feb. 29, 1944; A 178983. 1860 

Chapman (Maristan) pseud . Secret of Wild Cat 
Cave. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179393; D. Appleton- 
Century co., inc., New York. 1861 

Cheney (David)* Boston. Bow strings. © Feb. 25, 
1944; A 180000. 1862 

Clark (Dale) Narrow cell. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 
179595; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 1863 

Clark (Harry Hayden) Thomas Paine. © Apr. 11, 
1944; A 179997; Amer. book co., New York. 1864 

Clark (Thomas D.) Pills, petticoats and plows. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 3, 1944; A 179800; Bobbs-Merrill 
co., Indianapolis. 1865 

Clinton Corners school* Clinton, Wis. Adventures 
at the Dougan farm. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 179648. 

1866 

Clymer (Eleanor)* New York. Here comes Pete. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; A 179943. 1867 

Coatsworth (Elizabeth) Trudy and the tree house. 
Apr. 18, 1944; A 180063; Macmillan co., New 
York. 1868 



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Cockrell (W. D.) Industrial electronic control, 1st 
ed. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179612; McGraw-Hill 
book co„, inc., New York. 1869 

Cohen (Gustave) ed. Geoffroy Tory and Catherine 
de Medici. Edited with introduction, commentary 
and notes, by G. Cohen. Translated from the 
French, by Samuel A. Ives. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 
179592; Hans Peter Kraus, New York. 1870 

Cole (Warren H.) Textbook of general surgery, by 
W. H. Cole and Robert Elman. © Apr. 3, 1944; A 
179976; D. Appleton-Century co.,inc.,New York. 

1871 

College standard dictionary of the English language. 
© Aug. 2, 1943; A 180124; Funk & Wagnalls CO., 
New York. 1872 

Colt (Clem) Maverick Canyon. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 
179863; Phoenix press, New York. 1873 

Colter (Eli)* Monrovia, Calif. Gull Cove murders. 
© Mar. 24, 1944; A 179826. 1874 

Comfort (William Wistar) William Penn, 1644-1718. 
© Mar. 17, 1944; A 179527; University of Penn- 
sylvania, Philadelphia. 1875 

Cook (Don) Fighting Americans of today. [1st ed.] 
© Apr. 14, 1944; A 180123; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 1876 

Corpus juris. 1944 annotations. 1944. 1877-1879 
Abandonment to Interest. © Mar. 3; A 179560. 
Abandonment to Workmen's compensation. © 

Mar. 3, A 179559. 
Internal revenue to Workman's compensation. © 

Mar. 3; A 179561. 
© Amer. law book co. , Brooklyn. 

Corstvet (Alexander O.) Trial manual of Minnesota 
evidence. © Mar. 10, 1944; A 179558; West pub. 
co., St. Paul. 1880 

Cowles (Florence A.) & Harris (Florence LaGanke)* 
Cleveland. 400 salads. [1st ed.] © Mar. 22,1944; 
1944; A 179481. 1881 

Coyne electrical school,* Chicago. Electronics for 
radio men and electricians. 1st ed. © Mar. 15, 
1944; A 179880. 1882 

[Crane (Sybille)] tr. Triumph of treason, by Pierre 
Cot. [Translated by Sybille and Milton Crane] 
© Mar. 20, 1944; A 179738, Ziff-Davis pub. co., 
Chicago. 1883 

Creighton (Donald Grant)* Toronto. Dominion of 
the North. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 180027. 

1884 

Crisp (Katharine Bruderlin) Health for you. © Mar. 
28, 1944; A 179807; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadel- 
phia. 1885 



Crocker (Constance Homer)* Brookline, 
- Let's build. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 180030. 



Mass. 



Culbertson (Ely) Culbertson system of playing Gin 
rummy. © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179792; King fea- 
tures syndicate, inc., Philadelphia. 1887 



Cutright (Prudence) Latin America, twenty friendly 
nations. [By] P. Cutright, W. W. Charters [and] 
George I. Sanchez. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180003; 
Macmiilan co., New York. 1888 

Cyclopedia of federal procedure, v. 13. © Mar. 30, 
1944; A 179732; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 1889 

[Dakers (Jane Lane)]* Rickmansworth, Herts., Eng- 
land. He stooped to conquer, by Jane Lane. © 1 
c. Apr. 13, 1944; A ad int. 28175; pubd. Feb. 22. 



Dale (James Gary)* San Luis Potosf, Mexico. 
Katherine Neel Dale, medical missionary. © May 
15, 1943; A 180100. 1891 

Daly (Maureen) Smarter and smoother. © Mar. 28, 
1944; A 179955, Dodd, Mead & co., inc. New 
York. 1892 

Dame (J. Frank) Prognosis, guidance, and placement 
in business education, by J. F. Dame, Albert R. 
Brinkman [and] Wilbur E. Weaver. © Feb. 3, 
1944; A 179741; South-western pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 1893 



Davis (Harry)* New York. This is it. 
1944; A 179715, 



© Mar. 22, 
..1894 



Davis (Ralph Currier) Purchasing and storing. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; A 179639; Alexander Hamilton in- 
stitute, inc., New York. 1895 

Davis (T. Lawrence) Office administration, by T. 
L. Davis, in collaboration with Graydon Stetson. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; A 179640; Alexander Hamilton 
institute, inc., New York. 1896 

Davison (Forrest Ramon) Synopsis of materia medi- 
ca, toxicology and pharmacology. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
A 179562; C. V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 1897 

Dean (Corinne) Cocoanut suite. © Mar. 10, 1944; 
A 179575; Edward K. Meador, Boston. 1898 

Dean (Leon W.)* Burlington, Vt. Green Mountain 
boy. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179610. 1899 



Deeping (Warwick) * 
Cleric's secret. 



Eastlands, Weybridge, England. 
© Apr. 10, 1944; A 180182. 

1900 



Dempsey (Paul W.)* Lexington, Mass. Grow your 
own vegetables. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 180029. 

1901 

Devan (S. Arthur) Exercise without exercises. © 
Apr. 11, 1944; A 180118, Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 1902 

DeVoto (Bernard) Literary fallacy, [lsbed.] © Apr. 
18, 1944; A 180077; Indiana univ., Bloomington, 
Ind. 1903 

Dick (Cappy) Stay-at-home book. © Mar. 24, 1944; 
A 179573; Vanguard features syndicate, Chicago. 

1904 

Digest of the United States Supreme court reports, 
v. 1, 1943 replacement. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 
180134; Lawyers co-operative pub. co., New York. 

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Doberer (Kurt Karl)* London. Secret weapon. © 1 
c. Mar. 28, 1944; A ad int. 28166; pubd. Jan. 31. 

1906 

Dohanos (KatherineKovach) tr. Students of Spalato, 
bylstvanTamas. Translated from the Hungarian, 
by K. K. Dohanos. [1st ed.] © Apr. 17, 1944; A 
180054; Istvan TanVas, Cleveland. 1907 

Donaldson (Oscar F.)* Boston. Soul and its life. © 
Mar. 20, 1944; A 179482. 1908 

Doole (Howard P.) Plane and spherical trigonom- 
etry. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 179862; Thomas Y. 
Crowell co., New York. 1909 

Drew (Charles E.)* Tuckahoe, N. Y. How to pass 
radio license examinations. © Apr. 6, 1944; A 
179996. 1910 

Duax (Irene Whelan)* Chicago & Kirschbaum (Bar- 
bara Harnack)* McGregor, la. Buzzing around 
with the honey bees. © Jan. 25, 1943; A 179658. 

1911 

Duff (Annis)* Hubbard Woods, III. Bequest of wings. 
© Apr. 10, 1944; A 179981. 1912 

Dufrenoy (Marie Louise) tr. The eucharist, by 
Francois Mauriac. Translated by M. L. Du= 
frenoy. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179591; Longmans, 
Green & co. 8 inc., New York. 1913 

Duncan (David)* Berkeley, Calif. Remember the 
shadows. [1st ed.] © Mar. 20, 1944; A 180032. 

1914 

[Dunlop (Agnes Mary Robertson)] Disappearing 
island, by Elisabeth Kyle [pseud.] © Feb. 29, 
1944; A 180026; Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 

1915 

Dunnington (Lewis Leroy) More handles of power. 
© Jan. 1, 1944; A 179935; Whitmore & Stone, 
Nashville. 1916 

Dunsany ( Lord) * Co. Meath, Station Drumee, Eng. 
land. Guerrilla. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1944; A ad int. 
28170; pubd. Feb. 21. 1917 

Dustin (Adnes Barden) Deerwander Farm. © Feb. 
24, 1944; A 179759; L. C. Page & CO., inc., Bos- 
ton. 1918 

Dutt (C. P.) tr, Basis for the theory of medicine, 
by A. D. Speransky. Translated and edited by C. 
P. Dutt, with the collaboration of A. A. Subkov. 
© Jan. 26, 1944; A 180069; Internatl. publishers 
co. s inc., New York. 1919 

Dyess (William E.) Dyess story. © Apr. 14, 1944; 
A 180210; Marajen Stevick Dyess, Champaign, 
III. 1920 

Eginton (Daniel P.) Better speech for you. © Mar. 
21, 1944, A 180218; Wilfred Funk, inc., New 
York. 1921 

Elderkin (Kate McK.)* Princeton, N. J. From Trip- 
oli to Marrakesh. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 179787. 

1922 

Eliot (George Fielding)* New York. Hour of tri- 
umph. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179478. 1923 



Erdman (Loula Grace)* Amarillo, Tex. Separate 
star. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179693. 

1924 

Erman (Don)* Boston. Legend of the bridal cham- 
ber and other poems. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 180148. 

1925 

Ethridge (Willie Snow) This little pig stayed home. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; A 179714; Vanguard press, 
inc., New York. 1926 

Etting (Emlen) Drawing the ballet. © Apr. 17, 
1944; A 180079; Studio publications, inc., New 
York. 1927 

Evans (William Franklin) Federal contacts with 
land titles. © Apr. 6, 1944; A 179855; Michie 
co., Charlottesville, Va. 1928 

Everote (Warren Peter)* Washington. Agricultural 
science to serve youth. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 
179553. 1929 

Evers (Helen) Fussbunny, by Helen & Alf Evers. © 
Mar. 13, 1944; A 180213; Rand McNally & co., 
Chicago. 1930 

Evlanoff (Michael) Nobel— prize donor, inventor 
of dynamite, advocate of peace. © Feb. 23, 1944; 
A 178896; Fleming H. Revell co., New York. 

1931 

Exton (William) ji\ He's in the destroyers now. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179568; Robert M. 
McBride & co., New York. 1932 

Fairbanks (Grant) Practical voice practice. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179761; Harper & bros., 
New York. 1933 

Farnol (John Jeffery)* Eastbourne, England. King 
liveth. [By] Jeffery Farnol. [1st ed.] © Apr. 4, 
1944; A 179849. 1934 

Farrell (John T.) ed. Superior court diary of Wil- 
liam Samuel Johnson, 1772-1773. © Apr. 2, 
1942; A 180041; Amer. historical assn. , Washing- 
ton. 1935 

Feather stone (Marion)* Moscow, Id. & Maack 
Dorothy Howerton)* Philadelphia. Elementary 
costume design. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179674. 

1936 

Federal reporter. Second series, v. 138 F. 2d. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; A 179987; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

1937 

Feeney (Leonard) In towns and little towns. © Dec. 
6, 1943; A 179571; America press, New York. 

1938 

Feinberg (Samuel M.) Allergy in practice, by S. M. 
Feinberg, with the collaboration of Oren C.Dur- 
ham. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 179876; Year book pub- 
lishers, inc., Chicago. 1939 

Fenisong (Ruth)* New York. Jenny kissed me. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 7, 1944; A 179918. 1940 

Fenton (Carroll Lane)* New Brunswick, N. J. Wee- 
jack and his neighbors. © Mar. 23, 1944, A 
179700. I 941 



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Fergus (E. N.) Southern field crops management, 
[By] E. N. Fergus, Carsie Hammonds [and] Hay- 
den Rogers. © Mar. 31, 1944; A 179808; J. B. 
Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 1942 

Fifield (Russell H.) Geopolitics in principle and 
practice, by R. H. Fifield and G. Etzel Pearcy. 
© Feb, 2, 1944; A 179822; Ginn & co., Boston. 

1943 

Fike (Linus R.)* Pensacoia, Fla. No nation alone. 
© Mar. 6, 1944; A 180106. 1944 

Finkelstein (Louis) ed. Rab Saadia Gaon; studies in 
his honor. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179587; Jewish 
theological seminary of America, New York. 

1945 

Fisher (Charles)* Philadelphia. The columnists. 
© Mar. 27, 1944; A 179722. 1946 

Fitzpatrick (Edward A.) McCarthy of Wisconsin. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; A 179542; Columbia univ. press, 
New York. 1947 

Floherty (John J.)* Fort Washington, N. Y. Money- 
go-round. [1st ed.] © Mar. 28, 1944; A 179853. 

1948 

Florea (J. H.) ABC of poultry raising. © Apr. 7, 
1944; A 179877; Greenberg, publisher, inc., New 
York. 1949 

Florida. Florida statutes annotated, v. 22. © Mar. 
29, 1944; A 179993; Harrison co>, Atlanta & West 
pub. co., St. Paul. 1950 

Foerster (Norman) ed. Humanities after the war, 
by Wendell L. Willkie,Roscoe Pound [and others] 
Edited by N. Foerster. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 
180086; Princeton univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 

1951 

Foner (Philip S.) ed. Abraham Lincoln, selections 
from his writings. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 180067; 
Internatl. publishers co., inc., New York. 1952 

Fox (Norman A.) Thundering trail. © Apr. 11, 
1944; A 180119; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 1953 

[Frackenstein (Kay Boyle)]* New York. Avalanche, 
by Kay Boyle. © Jan. 10, 1944; A 179922. 1954 

Franklin (Francis) Rise of the American nation, 
1789-1824. © Feb. 2, 1944; A 180068; Internatl. 
publishers co*, inc., New York. 1955 

Frederick (John T.) ed. Out of the midwest. © 
Apr. 19, 1944; A 180136; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 1956 

Freeland (George Earl) 1957, 1958 

America's progress in civilization. [By] G. E. 
Freeland and James Truslow Adams. © Mar. 
15, 1944; A 179672. 
America's world backgrounds. [By] G. E. Free- 
land and James Truslow Adams. © Mar. 6, 
1944; A 179586. 
© Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 



Funk & Wagnalls co.* New York, 
taught. © Feb. 21, 1944; A 179498. 



Italian self 
1959 



Gainsburg (Joseph C.) Better reading, by J. C. 
Gainsburg [and] Samuel I. Spector. © Feb. 17, 
1944; A 179529; Globe book co., inc., New York. 

1960 

Gamow (George)* Bethesda, Md. Mr. Tompkins 
explores the atom. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 179796. 

1961 

Gardner (Erie Stanley)* Temecula, Calif. D. A. 
calls a turn. © Feb. 23, 1944; A 179707. 1962 



Garst (Robert E.) 
times, 1943. i 
York. 



ed. Style book of the New York 

) June 9, 1943; A 180056; New 

1963 



[Gasparotti (Elizabeth Seifert)]* Moberly, Mo. 
Girl intern, by Elizabeth Seifert. © Mar. 28, 
1944; A 179959. 1964 

Gayn (Mark J.)* New York. Journey from the East . 
[lsted.] © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180131. 1965 

[George (Robert Esmonde Gordon)]* Oxford, Eng- 
land. Carmelite and poet, by Robert Sencourt. © 
Apr. 11, 1944; A 179929. 1966 

Georgia. Supreme court . Reports of cases decided, 
v. 196. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 179969; State of 
Georgia, Atlanta. 1967 

Ghitzis (M.)* Chicago. [Weg zum barg] © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 179878. 1968 

Gibson (Van Rensselaer)* Yonkers, N. Y. Grand 
man of God, James Edward Freeman. © Feb. 
29, 1944; A 179657. 1969 

Giesecke (Frederick Ernest) Descriptive geometry, 
by F. E. Giesecke and A. Mitchell. © Nov. 14, 
1943; A 180039; Technical book co., Austin, Tex. 

1970 

Giusti (George) Drawing figures. © Apr. 17, 1944; 
A 180080; Studio publications, inc., New York. 

1971 

Glasser (Otto) ed. Medical physics. © Mar. 17, 
1944; A 179589; Year book publishers, inc., Chi- 
cago. 1972 

Goldzieher (Max A.) Adrenal glands in health and 
disease. ©Apr. 17, 1944; A 180082, F. A. Davis 
co., Philadelphia. 1973 

Goodrich (B. F.) co.,* Akron, O. Bricks without 
straw. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 179695. 1974 

Gortner (Stephen A.) Bible, stories for boys. © 
Apr. 7, 1944; A 179881; W. N. Gortner, Colum- 
bus, O. 1975 

Graeff (Arthur D.) History of Pennsylvania. © Apr. 
13, 1944; A 180046; John C. Winston co., Philadel- 
phia. 1976 

Graf (Don) Data sheets. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 179641; 
Reinhold pub. Corp., New York. 1977 

Grafton (C. W.)* Louisville. Rope began to hang 
the butcher. War ed. ©Mar. 16, 1944; A 179611. 

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Graham (Garrett) Banzai noeh © Mar. 24, 1944; 
A 179713; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 1979 

Grant (Donald) ed, Pageant of poetry. Liberty ed. 
© Dec. 1, 1943; A 180061; Pacific press, Los 
Angeles. 1980 

Grant (Kay) It's 'ard to keep straight in the navy. 
© Mar. 22, 1944; A 179543; William Morrow & 
co., inc., New York. 1981 

Grayson (Harry) They played the game. © Mar. 
27, 1944; A 179760; A. S. Barnes & co"., inc., 
New York. 1982 

Green (James J.) Wendell Phillips. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 180066; Internatl. publishers co., inc., 
New York. 1983 

Green (Mary McBurney)* Rockville, Md. Every- 
body has a house. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 179906. 

1984 

Green (Otis H.) ed. Una excursion alos indios ran- 

queles. [Por] Lucio V. Mansilla. Edited by O. 

H. Green. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 180072; Henry Holt 

& co., inc., New York. 1985 

i 

Greenblatt (Robert B.) Office endocrinology. © 
Feb. 17, 1944; A 180103; Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, 111. 1986 



Greenwalt (Leonidas L.)* 
of progress. © Apr. 3, 



Hastings, la. 75 years 
1944; A 179778. 1987 



Gregory (Horace)* The Palisades, N. Y. Shield of 
Achilles. [1st ed.] © Apr. 13, 1944; A 180128. 

1988 

Greshoff (J.) Het spel der spelen. © Apr. 3, 1944; 
A 180058; Querido, inc., New York. 1989 

[Gruelle (Justin)] i this . Raggedy Ann and the Laugh- 
ing Brook, by Johnny Gruelle, [Illustrated by 
Justin Gruelle] © Nov. 15, 1943; A 178950; 
Johnny Gruelle co., New York. 1990 

Gustafson (A. F.) Handbook of fertilizers. © Apr. 
18, 1944; A 180085; Orange Judd pub. co., inc., 
New York. 1991 

Haberly (Loyd)* St. Louis. Midgetina and the 
scapegoat. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 179536. 1992 

Hadel (Walter) Celestial navigation. 1st ed. © 
Apr. 4, 1944; A 179896; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 1993 

Haggard (Stephen) I'll go to bed at noon. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1944; A ad int. 28191; pubd. Feb. 18; 
Estate of Stephen Haggard, Kingston-on-Thames, 
England. 1994 

Hagopian (Richard)* Downey, Calif. Dove brings 
peace. © Apr. 13, 1944; A 180019. 1995 

[Hahn (Barbara M.)] Everyday foods. © Apr. 10, 
1944; A 180025; Jessie W. Harris & Elisabeth 
Lacey Speer, Knoxvilie, Tenn. 1996 

Hall (Lawrence Sargent) Hawthorne, critic of 
society. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180051; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 1997 



Halsell (H. H.)* Lubbock, Tex. 
© Oct. 1, 1943; A 178873. 



Prairie flower. 



Hamalainen (Arthur Emil)* Union, N. J. Appraisal 
of anecdotal records. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 179554. 

1999 

Hamburg (Merrill) Riding on air. [By] M. Ham- 
burg and Frederic Beddow. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 
179590; Pitman pub. corp., New York. 2000 

Hamilton (D. Lee) ed. Contos do Brasil, by D. L. 
Hamilton and Ned Carey Fahs. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 
179933; F. S. Crofts & co., inc., New York. 2001 

Hancock (Lucy Anges)* Auburn, N. Y. Student 
nurse. © Mar. 18, 1944; A 179613. 2002 

Hardy (G. H„) Fourier series, by G. H. Hardy and 
W. W. Rogosinski. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1944-, A ad 
int. 28168; pubd. Feb. 11; Macmillan co., New 
York. 2003 

Harmer (Mabel Spande)* Salt Lake City. Story of 
the Mormon pioneers. © Dec. 4, 1943; A 179537. 

2004 

Harmon (Francis S.) Command is forward. © Feb. 
15, 1944; A 178857; Richard R.Smith, New York. 

2005 

Harper (Wilhelmina) comp . Yankee yarns. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 31, 1944; A 179804; E. P. Dutton & 
co., inc., New York. 2006 

Hart (John Robbins) Valley Forge during world war 
II. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 179846; Amer. historial 
co., inc., New York. 2007 

Harwood (Paisley B.)* Milwaukee. Control of elec- 
tric motors. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180216. 2008 

Hase (VernE.) Marine pipefitting, by V. E. Hase 
and Ralph W. Allen. © Apr. 12, 1944; A 180125; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 2009 

Haskell (Ruth G.)* New York, Helmets and lip- 
stick. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179782. 2010 

Hatch (Alden) Young Willkie. © Apr. 6, 1944; A 
178893; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 

2011 

Hatlo (James) They'll do it every time, by Jimmy 
Hatlo. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 179524; David McKay 
co., Philadelphia. 2012 

Havighurst (Walter)* Oxford, O. Upper Missis- 
sippi. © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179665. 2013 

Hawley (Estelle E.) Art and science of nutrition, 
by E. E. Hawley and Grace Carden. © Mar. 10, 
1944; A 179564; C. V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 2014 

Hayden (Ruth R.) Erma at Perkins. © Apr. 17, 
1944; A 180154; Chapman & Grimes, inc., Bos- 
ton. 2015 

Haystead (Ladd)* Wallkill, N. Y„ Meet the far- 
mers. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179624. 2016 

Heard (Gerald)* Trabuco Canyon, Calif. Preface 
to prayer. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179762. 

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Henry (Jules) Doll play of Pilaga Indian children, 
by J. Henry and Zunia Henry. © Mar. 16, 1944; 
A 179719; Amer. orthopsychiatric assn., inc., 
New York. 2018 

Herbert (Alan Patrick) Better sky. ©lc. Apr. 26, 
1944; A ad int. 28192; pubd. Feb. 3; Methuen & 
co., ltd., London. 2019 

Hertzler (Arthur E.)* Halstead, Kan. Grounds of 
an old surgeon's faith. © Jan. 22, 1944; A 179872. 

2020 

Heslop (W. G.) Rubies from Ruth. © Mar. 18, 1944; 
A 179889; Zondervan pub. house, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 2021 

Hiett (Helen) No matter where. [1st ed.] © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 179939; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 2022 

[Highet (Helen)]* New York. While still we live, 
by Helen Maclnnes [pseud. 1st ed.] © Mar. 22, 
1944- A 179507. 2023 

Himes (Catherine A.) Laboratory course in read- 
ing and writing. [By] C. A. Himes [and] Martha 
F. Christ. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 180108; F. S. 
Crofts & co., inc., New York. 202* 

Hinds (Gladys) & Tate (Alberta Hinds)* Birming- 
ham, Ala. Howdy, soldier. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 
179572. 2025 

Hinz (John) Grammar and vocabulary of the Eskimo 
language. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 180105; Society of 
the United Brethren for propagating the gospel 
among the heathen, Bethlehem, Pa. 2026 

Hoagland (Dennis Robert)* Berkeley, Calif. Lec- 
tures on the inorganic nutrition of plants. © Feb. 
28, 1944; A 179883. 2027 

[Hodges (JohnM. J.)]* Baltimore. Minute messages, 
by Jonathan Johns. © Mar. 16, 1944; A 179441. 

2028 

Hodgman (Charles D.) Handbook of chemistry and 
physics. © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179998; Chemical 
rulfber pub. co., Cleveland. 2029 

Hoffman (Joseph)* St. Louis. As the thunder and 
lightning. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 179744. 2030 

[Holton (Edith Austin)]* Deland, Fla. Silver cres- 
cent, by Elizabeth Alden Heath (pseud.] © Feb. 
25,1944; A 179773. 2031 

Houselander (Caryll) Reed of God. © Apr. 5, 1944; 
A 180035; Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 2032 

[Howard (Alice S.)] Seamen's handbook for shore 
leave, by Mrs. Henry Howard. © Feb. 8, 1944; 
A 179742; Amer. merchant marine library assn., 
New York. 2033 

Howells (William) Mankind so far. v. 5. [1st ed.] 
© Mar. 24, 1944; A 179609; Doubleday, Doran & 
co., inc., New York. 2034 

Hrobak (Philip Anthony)* Middleton, Pa. Hrobak's 
English-Slovak dictionary. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 
179645. 2035 



Huff (Darrell) Pictures by Pete. © Mar. 28, 1944; 
A 179954; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 

2036 

Hughes (Emmet John) Church and the liberal 
society. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 180087; Princeton 
univ. press, Princeton, N. Y. 2037 

Hull (Eric Traviss) Murder lays a golden egg. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179847, Doubleday, 
Doran & co., inc., New York. 2038 



Humfreville (Foster)* Los Angeles. Alfred, ahoy I 
© Mar. 29, 1944; A 179941. 2039 

Humphreys (Dena)* New York. On wings of song. 
© Apr. 7, 1944; A 180074. 2040 

Hunt (Edward Eyre) ed. Power industry and the 
public interest. The factual findings, E. E. Hunt, 
editor. The program, by the Power committee. 
© Feb. 21, 1944; A 180185; Twentieth century 
fund, inc., New York. 2041 



Husselman (Elinor Mullett) Papyri from Tebtunis. 
Pt. 2. By E. M. Husselman, Arthur E. R. Boak 
[and] William F. Edgerton. © Mar. 16, 1944; A 
179514; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 

2042 

Hutcheson (Harold R.) ed. Lord Herbert of Cher- 
bury's De religione laici. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 
179599; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 2043 



flutter (Catherine)' 
Outnumbered. 



Rockville Center, L. 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 



[., N. Y. 

179496. 

2044 



Illinois. Jones Illinois statutes annotated. 1944. 

2045, 2046 
1944 revision of volume 10. © Mar. 23; A 

179516. 
1944 revision of volume 17. © Apr. 17; A 180112. 
©. Callaghan & co., Chicago. 

Illinois. Appellate court. Reports of cases deter- 
mined. V. 320. ©Mar. 28, 1944; A 179699; Cal- 
laghan & co., Chicago. 2047 

Illustrated aviation encyclopedia. © Feb. 4, 1944; 
A 179699; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 2048 

Illustrated London news. v. 204. 2049-2053 

No. 5470, Feb. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1944; A 

ad int. 28163; pubd. Feb. 19. 
No. 5472, Mar. 4, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1944; 

A ad int. 28160; pubd. Mar. 4. 
No. 5473, Mar. 11, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28172; pubd. Mar. 11. 
No. 5474, Mar. 18, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1944; A 

ad int. 28194; pubd. Mar. 18. 
No. 5475, Mar. 25, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1944; A 

ad int. 28183; pubd. Mar. 25. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 



Jacobs (Helen Hull) Storm against the wind. © Apr. 
11, 1944; A 180121; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 



York. 



2054 



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_2GQ0 



Johnsen (Julia E.) comp . International police force. 
© Apr. 14, 1944; A 180142; H. W. Wilson co., 
New York. 2055 

Johnson (Claudius O.) Government in the United 
States. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 179747; Thomas Y. 
Crowell co., New York. 2056 

Johnson (Margaret S.) Rex of the coast patrol. 
Written and illustrated by M. S. Johnson and 
Helen Lossing Johnson. © Apr. 6, 1944; A 
178895; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 

2057 

Johnson (Ralph P.) Steam locomotive. © Mar. 17, 
1944; A 179487; S immons- Boar dman pub. Corp., 
New York. 2058 

Johnson (Una E.) Ambroise Vollard, editeur, 1867- 
1939. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179653; Wittenborn & 
co., New York. 2059 

Johnson (Walter C.) Mathematical and physical 
principles of engineering analysis. 1st ed. © 
Apr. 10, 1944; A 180045; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 2060 

John|ton (George H.)* Melbourne, Australia. Paci- 
fic partner. [War ed.] © Feb. 25, 1944; A 
180013. 2061 

Jones (Rufus M.) Radiant life. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 
179928; Macmillan co., New York. 2062 

Josephson (Matthew)* Gay lords ville, Conn. Empire 
of the air, Juan Trippe and the struggle for 
world airways. [1st ed.] © Apr. 7, 1944; A 
179894. 2063 

Juran (Joseph M.) Bureaucracy: a challenge to 
better management. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; 
A 179767; Harper & bros., New York. 2064 

Justema (William)* San Francisco. Private papers. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 31, 1944; A 180016. 2065 



Justus (May) Lizzie. © Mar. 29, 1944; 
Albert Whitman & co., Chicago. 



A 179798; 
2066 



[Kaminka (Aaron)] [Kithvey vikreth historith] © 
Mar. 28, 1944; A 180070; Keren letarbuth of Cin- 
cinnati, inc., Cincinnati. 2067 

Kane (Henry E.) Tale of the white-faced hornet. © 
Apr. 17, 1944; A 180133; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 2068 

Kaplan (Harold M.)* Cambridge, Mass. Laboratory 
manual of physiology. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 
179911. 2069 

Keats (Mark)* Los Angeles. Sancho and his stub- 
born mule. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 179905. 2070 

Kelsey (Alice Geer) Beyond the blue Pacific. © 
Mar. 22, 1944; A 179528; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 2071 

Kennedy (George Allan) Who are the Americans? 
© Aug. 4, 1943; A 179775; Paebar co., New York. 

2072 



Kenyon (John Samuel) Pronouncing dictionary of 
American English, by J„ S. Kenyon and Thomas 
Albert Knott. © Jan. 5, 1944; A 178848; G. & C. 
Merriam co., Springfield, Mass. 2073 

Kepler (Thomas S.) Contemporary thinking about 
Jesus. © Jan. 1, 1944; A 179936; Whitmore & 
Stone, Nashville. 2074 

Kettridge (J. ) Pocket dictionary of the French 
and English languages. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 
179479; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

2075 

King (H. W.)* Dallas.. King's English-Chinese dic- 
tionary and phrase book. © Mar. 23, 1944; A 
179950. 2076 

Klaf (A. Albert) Calculus refresher for technical 
men. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 179771; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 2077 

Klein (Isaac) Ten Commandments in a changing 
world. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179641; Bloch pub. 
co., inc., New York. 2078 

Knight (John Alden)* Williamsport, Pa. Field book 
of fresh-water angling. © Feb. 24, 1944; A 
179623. 2079 

Koehler (Robert Portner) Salute to murder. © Apr. 
1, 1944; A 17869; Phoenix press, New York. 

2080 

Kovacs (Richard) Manual of physical therapy. © 
Apr. 13, 1944; A 179967; Lea & Febiger, Phila- 
delphia. 2081 

Kreisberg (Adolph) ABC of democracy. ©'Oct. 15, 
1943; A 178872; Lillian Kreisberg, New York. 

2082 



Kristoffersen (Eva)* Hartford. 
© Apr. 4, 1944; A 180037. 



Bee in her bonnet. 
2083 



Kudo (Richard R.) Manual of human protozoa. [1st 
ed.] © Mar. 22, 1944; A 180102; Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111. 2084 

Kuhn (Alvin Boyd)* Elizabeth, N. J. Who is this 
King of Glory? © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179900. 

2085 



Kunltz (Stanley)* Washington. Passport to the war. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; A 179711. 2086 

LaGrone (Gregory G.) Conversational Spanish for 
beginners. © Mar. 27, 1944, A 179709; Henry 
Holt & co., inc., New York. 2087 

Landon (Fred) Lake Huron. [1st ed.] © Mar. 27, 
1944; A 179661; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

2088 

Lang (Theodore) ed. Cost accountants' handbook. 
Apr. 3, 1944;A 179812; Ronald press CO., New 

, onon 



York. 

Langer (Rulka) tr. Blessed are the meek, by Zofia 
Kossak. Translated by R. Langer. © Mar. 20, 
1944; A 179837; Roy publishers, A. N., New York. 

2090 



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Langley (Dorothy) Wait for Mrs. Willard. © Mar. 
24, 1944; A 179734; Simon & Schuster, inc., New 
York. . 2091 

Lariar (Lawrence) Man with the lumpy nose. © 
Mar. 28, 1944; A 179956; Dodd.Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 2092 

Launer (Jay) Enemies' fighting ships. © Mar. 16, 
1944; A 180059; Sheridan house, inc., New York. 

2093 

Lawrence (D. H.) First Lady Chatterley. © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 180183; Dial press, inc., New York. 

2094 

Lawson (Robert)* Westport, Conn. Country colic. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179489. 2095 

Leaf (Munro)* Old Greenwich, Conn. 3 and 30 
watchbirds. © Jan. 28, 1944; A 179597. 2096 

Leavell (Frank H.) Baptist student union methods. 
© Mar. 3, 1944; A 179961; Sunday school board 
of the Southern Baptist convention, Nashville. 

2097 

Lee (Babs)* New York. Measured for murder, by 
B. Lee and Clare Castler Saunders. © Feb. 28, 
1944; A 179551. 2098 

Lee (Edward) Fish for murder. [1st ed.] ©Apr. 

7, 1944; A 179915; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., 

. New York. 2099 

Lee (William Henery)* Lockport, N. Y. Niagara 
and other poems. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 179827. 

2100 

Leen (Edward) What is education? © Apr. 19, 
1944; A 180189; Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 

2101 

[Leffingwell (Albert)] Last secret, by Dana Cham- 
bers [pseud.] © Feb. 23, 1944; A 178928; Dial 
press, inc., New York. 2102 



Leftwich (Edmund Harry)* Catasauqua, Pa. 
assembly. © Mar. 18, 1944; A 179483. 



Final 
2103 



Lepley (Ray) Verifiability of value. © Apr. 13, 
1944; A 180113; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

2104 

Lesley (Hubert G.)* Coral Gables, Fla. Basic air- 
plane mechanics. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179673. 

2105 

Lewis (Cecil)* Henley-on-Thames, England. Path- 
finders. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1944; A ad int. 28174; 
pubd. Jan. 10. 2106 

Leyson(Burr W.) Elements of mechanics. [1st ed.] 
© Mar. 20, 1944; A 179475; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 2107 

Lieber (Lillian R.) Education of T. C. Mits. Draw- 
ings by Hugh Gray Lieber, words by L. R. Lie- 
ber. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 180095; H. G. L. R. Lie- 
ber, Brooklyn. 2108 

Liebling (A. J.)* New York. Road back to Paris. 
[1st ed.] © Jan. 21, 1944; A 179977. 2109 



Lilienthal (David E.)* Knosville, Tenn. TVA, 
democracy on the march. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 
1944; A 179768. 2110 

Lilliput. v. 14, no. 4, Apr., 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1944, A ad int. 28187; pubd. Mar. 21; Pocket pub- 
lications, ltd., London. 2111 

Liming (Roy A.) Practical analytic geometry with 
applications to aircraft. © Mar. 28, 1944; A 
179646; Macmillan co., New York. 2112 

Lindbergh (Anne Morrow)* Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 
Steep ascent. [1st ed.] © Mar. 16, 1944; A 
179705. 2113 

Lindquist (H. L.)* New York. Stamp specialist. © 
Mar. 10, 1944; A 179602. 2114 

Lindsay (Howard) Life with father, by Clarence 
Day. With a foreword by H. Lindsay and Russel 
Crouse. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 179785; Random 
house, inc., New York. 2115 

Lindsell (Harold) Abundantly above. © Feb. 15, 
1944, A 179964; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 2116 

Lobeck (A. E.) Military maps and air photographs, 
by A. K. Lobeck and Wentworth J.Tellington. 1st 
ed. © Mar. 13, 1944; A 179420; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 2117 

Longhurst (Grace M.) Tuberculosis nursing. © 
Apr. 5, 1944; A 180099; F. A. Davis co., Phila- 
delphia. 2118 

Lootens (J. Ghislain) Lootens on photographic en- 
larging and print quality. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 
179601; Camera, Baltimore. 2119 

Lopez -Hidalgo (Orlando) Codigo de contabilidad 
superior y de intervencion de cuentas. © Mar. 
16, 1944; A 179510; University soc, inc., New 
York. 2120 

Lord (Clifford L.) ed. Presidential executive or- 
ders. Numbered 1-8030, 1862-1938. v. 1, 2. C. 
L. Lord, editor, Joseph E. Vaughan, Charles E. 
Baker, associate editors. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 
179788, 179789; Mayor of the city of New York, 
New York. 2121, 2122 

Lothar (Ernst)* Colorado Springs, Col. Angel 
with the trumpet. [1st ed.] © Mar. 10, 1944; 
A 179663. 2123 

[Lowie (Luella Cole)]* Berkeley, Calif. Attaining 
maturity, by Luella Cole. [War ed.] © Apr. 13, 
1944; A 180020. 2124 

Lowrey (Janette Sebring) Day in the jungle, by J. S. 
Lowrey. Pictures by Tibor Gergely. © Dec. 13, 
1943; A 179736; Simon & Schuster, inc. & Ar- 
tists & writers guild, inc., New York. 2125 



Lyman (Charles 
Ripened grain. 
A 179506. 



Edwin)* Staten Island, N. Y. 

[v. 1. 1st ed.] © Mar. 4, 1944; 

2126 



Lyman (George D.) Doctor comes to California. © 
Dec. 23, 1943; A 179472; California historical 
soc, San Francisco. 2127 



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McCann (E. Armitage) Knots, splices and rope 
work. © Jan. 7, 1944; A 179962; Norman W. Hen- 
ley pub. co., New York. 2128 

McCarthy (John Russell)* Sierra Madre, Calif. En- 
rico considers. © May 17, 1943; A 179485. 

2129 



McClain (Naomi Stevens)* 
Thoughts along the trail. 
179882. 



Bellefontaine, O. 

Apr. 6, 1944; A 

2130 



MacCormick (Austin H.) ed. Handbook of American 
institutions for delinquent juveniles. 1st ed. v. 4. 
© Mar. 7, 1944; A 180044; Osborne assn., inc., 
New York. 2131 

McCormick-Goodhart (Janet)* Silver Spring, Md. 
White roses. © Jan. 28, 1944; A 180192. 2132 

McGarrigle (Francis J.) My Father's will. © Apr. 
17, 1944; A 180089; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 

2133 

Mclnnis (Edgar) War, fourth year. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1944; A ad int. 28154; pubd. Mar. 22; Oxford 
unfv. press, Canadian branch, Toronto. 2134 

Mack (Gerstle)* New York. Land divided. [1st ed.] 
© Apr. 17, 1944; A 180132. 2135 

McKelvey (John Jay) Handbook of the law of evi 
dence. © Mar. 31, 1944; A 179992; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 2136 

Mackey (Charles O.)* Ithaca, N.Y. Graphical solu- 
tions. © Mar. 16, 1944; A 179519. 2137 

Mackinnon (Daniel Stewart)* Windsor, Ont., Canada. 
Conquest of pain. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1944; A ad int. 
28164; pubd. Feb. 23. 2138 

McMichael (Stanley L.)* Hollywood, Calif. Mc- 
Michael's appraising manual. © Mar. 22, 1944; 
A 179622. 2139 

MacNair (Harley Farnsworth) ed. Voices from 
unoccupied China. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179581; 
University of Chicago, Chicago. 2140 

McNeilly (Mildred Masterson)* Seattle. Heaven is 
too high. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179544. 2141 

McQuarrie (Irvine) Experiments of nature and 
other essays. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179745; Uni- 
versity extension division, Univ. of Kansas, Law- 
rence, Kan. 2142 

Mallea (Eduardo) Bay of silence, by E. Mallea. 
Translated from the Spanish, by Stuart Edgar 
Grummon. [1st American ed.] © Mar. 13, 1944; 
A 179517; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 2143 

Mallery (Richard D.) Grammar, rhetoric and com- 
positions for home study. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 
179748; Garden City pub. co., inc., New York. 

2144 

Mally (E. Louise)* New York. Mocking bird is 
singing. © Apr. 12, 1944; A 180073. 2145 

Manas (John H.)* New York. Life's riddle solved. 
© Mar. 16, 1944; A 179724. 2146 



2162 



Mance (Osborne) International air transport, by O. 
Mance, assisted by J. E. Wheeler. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1944; A ad int. 28185; pubd. Nov. 25, 1943; 
Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 

2147 

Manfred (M. E.) Practical Spanish grammar for 
beginners. © Jan. 24, 1944; A 179585; Charles 
Scribner's sons, New York. 2148 

Manly (H. P.) Plumbing, installation and repair. © 
Apr. 7, 1944; A 179924; Frederick J.Drake & co., 
Chicago. 2149 

Mannon (M. M.) pseud . Murder on the program. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 3, 1944; A 179799; Bobbs-Mer- 
rill co., Indianapolis. 2150 

[Manrique (Manuel)] tr. Alimentacion y cuidado de 
los ninos, por el dr. L. Emmett Holt, jr. [Tra- 
duccion y adaptacion de la dieciseisava edicion 
inglesa, por M. Manrique] 1* ed. espaiiola. © 
Nov. 29, 1943; A 179834; University soc, inc., 
New York. 2151 

Maril (Lee) Savor and flavor. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 
180115; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 

2152 

Marion (Elizabeth) Keys to the house. © Mar. 23, 
1944; A 179746; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New 
York. 2153 

Marsden (Stanley J.) Turkey management, by S. J. 
Marsden and J. Holmes Martin. © Apr. 6, 1944; 
A 179879; Interstate, Danville, 111. 2154 

Marshall (Rosamond)* New York. Kitty. [War ed.] 
© Oct. 22, 1943; A 179783. 2155 

Mary Immaculata, sister. Child's dreams and 
other poems, by Sister M. Immaculata. Illustra- 
tions by Sister John Mary. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 
179501; Congregation of the sisters of St. Joseph 
of the diocese of Rochester, Rochester, N. Y. 

2156 

Maryland. Supplement to the annotated code of the 
public general laws of Maryland. 1943. [1939 
ed.] © Jan. 12, 1944; A 180042; Horace E„ Flack, 
Baltimore. 2157 



Mason (Frank W.)* New York. Pilots, 
planes. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179670. 



man your 
2158 



Matthews (David Napier) Surgery of repair; in- 
juries and burns. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1943; A ad int. 
28165; pubd. Oct. 25; Blackwell scientific publi- 
cations, ltd., Oxford, England. 2159 

[Maxwell (Mrs. Perceval)] Life and death of the 
wicked Lady Skelton, by Magdalen King-Hall. © 
1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; A ad int. 28173; pubd. Feb. 28, 
Peter Davies, ltd., London. 2160 

Mears (Eliot Grinnell)* Stanford University, Calif. 
Pacific Ocean handbook. © Mar. 4, 1944; A 
179752. 2161 

Meier (W. H. D.) & Shoemaker (Lois Meier)* Tren- 
ton, N. J. Essentials of biology. © Feb. 14, 1944; 
A 179815. , 2162 



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Mercer (C. W.)* Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, S. 
Africa. Eye for a tooth, by Dornford Yates 
[pseud.] © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179772. 2163 

Meredith (William) Love letter from an impossible 
land. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180048; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 2164 

Merriam (Charles E.) Public and private govern- 
ment. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180049; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 2165 

Merritt (Charles Edwin)* Columbia, Mo. My aero- 
nautical note book. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 179947. 

2166 

Michie co.,* Charlottesville, Va. Charters and the 
municipal ordinances of the city of Haverhill, 
Massachusetts. 1944. ©Apr. 7, 1944; A 180055. 

2167 

Michigan. Supreme court. Michigan reports, v. 
305. 1st ed. ©Mar. 15, 1944; A 179731; Herman 
H. Dignan, secretary of state, for the state of 
Michigan, Lansing, Mich. 2168 

Millar (Margaret)* Ann Arbor. Fire will freeze. 
© Mar. 22, 1944; A 179727. 2169 

Miller (Basil) Moses, builder of altars. © Dec. 
29, 1943; A 179890; Zondervan pub. house, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 2170 

Milton (George Fort)* Washington. Use of presi- 
dential power, 1789-1943. [1st ed.] © Apr. 18, 
1944; A 180078. 2171 

Mitchell (Marguerite) tr. Books, children and men, 
by Paul Hazard. Translated by M. Mitchell. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; A 179526; Horn book, inc., Bos- 
ton. 2172 



Mitchell (Theodore G.)* 
marriage. © Apr. 5, 



Chicago. Life begins with 
1944; A 179842. 2173 



[Mizner (Elizabeth Howard)] Dorinda, by Elizabeth 
Howard. © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179649; Lothrop , 
Lee & Shepard co., New York. 2174 

Mock (James R.) Report on demobilization, by J. R. 
Mock and Evangeline Thurber, © Mar. 10, 1944; 
A 179651; University of Oklahoma press, Norman, 
Okl. 2175 

Moeller (Edward H.)* Buffalo. Brian Boru. ©Apr. 
1, 1944; A 180193. 2176 

Monsell (Helen Albee) Dolly Madison, Quaker girl. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 10, 1944; A 179937; Bobbs-Mer- 
rill co., Indianapolis. 2177 

Montgomery (Rutherford) Big Brownie. © Mar. 30, 
1944; A 179710, Henry Holt & co. s inc., New York. 

2178 

Moore (Isabel)* New Rochelle, N. Y. It's time to 
say goodbye. [War ed.] © Feb. 28, 1944, A 
179702. 2179 

Morgan (Bayard Quincy) Reading German, prepared 
by B. Q. Morgan and Friedrich Wilhelm Stroth- 
mann. © Dec. 24, 1943, A 179816; Ginn & co., 
Boston. 2180 



Morgan (Thomas B.>* New York. Listening post. 
© Mar. 24, 1944; A 179625. 2181 

[Morley (Blythe)] Parchment key. [By] Stanley 
Hopkins, jr. [pseud. 1st ed.] © Apr. 13, 1944; 
A 180126; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New 
York. 2182 

Morley (Christopher) ed. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. 
Watson. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 179703; Harcourt, 
Brace & co., inc., New York. 2183 

Morse (Edward C.)* Washington. Blood of an Eng- 
lishman. © May 1, 1943; A 180083. 2184 

Morse (William Inglis)* Cambridge, Mass. Let- 
ters of D. Alexandro Malaspina, 1790-1791. Col- 
lected and edited by W. I. Morse. Translation 
of the letters was made by Christopher M. Daw- 
son. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179538. 2185 

Moser (Edwa)* St. Louis. Wedding day. ©Mar. 
31, 1944; A 180017. 2186 

Muhlenbruch (Carl W.) Testing of engineering 
materials. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 179832; D. Van 
Nostrand co., inc., New York. 2187 

Mulder (Bernard J.) King came riding. © Feb. 1, 
1943; A 180191; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 2188 

Myerson (Mervin C.) Tuberculosis of the ear, 
nose, and throat. [1st ed.] © Mar. 13, 1944; A 
180104; Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, III. 

2189 

Nathan (Robert)* New York. Morning in Iowa. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180130. 2190 

Naughton (James W.) Pius XII on world problems. 
© Nov. 1, 1943; A 180188; America press, New 
York. 2191 

Neblette (C. B.) Elementary photography. [By] C. 

B. Neblette, Frederick W. Brehm [and] Everett 
L. Priest. © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179794; Macmil- 
lan co., New York. 2192 

Neeley (Deta Petersen) Murder at Sunset Rock. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179576; Edward K. Meador, 
Boston. 2193 

Nelson (Annie Greene) Dawn appears. © Apr. 15, 
1944; A 180071; Hampton pub. co., Columbia, S. 

C. 2194 

New Mexico. Supreme court . Report of cases de- 
termined. 1942-1943. v. 47. © Mar. 28, 1944; 
A 179985; West pub. co., St. Paul. 2195 

New Winston dictionary for children. © Apr. 6, 
1944; A 179860; John C. Winston co., Philadel- 
phia. 2196 

New Winston dictionary for young people. © Apr. 
18, 1944, A 180143; John C. Winston co., Phila- 
delphia. 2197 

New York (State) Court of appeals. Reports of 
cases decided, v. 290. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 
179531, Thomas J. Curran, secretary of state, 
state of New York, Albany. 2198 



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Courts. Miscellaneous reports, v. 179. [Of- 
ficial ed.] © Dec. 31, 1943; A 179718; Thomas 
J. Curran, secretary of state, state of New York, 
Albany. 2199 

New York supplement. Second series, v. 44 N. Y. 
S. 2d. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 179988, West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 2200 

Newell (Clarence Albert)* Hartford. Class size 
and adaptability. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 179938. 

2201 

[Newman (Jacob)] [Masechet brachot mitalmud 
Erez Yisrael] © Feb. 15, 1944; A 179946; He- 
brew teachers college, Boston. 2202 

Newmark (Maxim) Illustrated technical dictionary. 
© Mar. 20, 1944; A 179577; Dagobert D. Runes, 
New York. 2203 

Noble (Emily) Kiss the bride. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 
179866; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 2204 

Northrup (Eugene P.) Riddles in mathematics. © 
Mfr. 17, 1944; A 179831; D. Van Nostrand co., 
inc., New York. 2205 

Northrup (Herbert R.) Organized labor and the 
negro. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179769; 
Harper & bros., New York. 2206 

Northrup (William M.) ed. Alhambra (San Gabriel 
Monterey Park) community book. [1944] By W. 
M. Northrup, supervising editor, Paul E. Gross, 
F. W. Seibel, associate editors. © Mar. 12, 
1944; A 179515; Arthur H. Cawston, Beverly 
Hills, Calif. 2207 

Noteman (Norman Lester)* New Rochelle, N. Y. 
Reminiscences of Norman Lester Noteman. © 
Mar. 6, 1944; A 179508. 2208 

Nyberg (Joseph A.) Fundamentals of algebra. © 
Apr. 12, 1944; A 180064; Amer. book co., New 
York. 2209 

Oberdahn (R. C.) How to select foremen and super- 
visors. © Apr. 12, 1944; A 179963; Natl, fore- 
men's institute, inc., Deep River, Conn. 2210 

Oberling (Charles) Riddle of cancer, by C. Ober- 
ling. Translated by William H. Woglonu © Mar. 
21,1944; A 179598; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 

2211 

O'Brien (John A.) Days and deeds. Cathedral basic 
ed. ©Mar. 16, 1944; A 179920; Scott, Foresman 
& co., Chicago. 2212 

O'Brien (John A.)* Huntington, Ind. Discovering 
Mexico. © July 26, 1943; A 179726. 2213 

O'Brien (M. A.) New English-Russian and Russian- 
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Dover publications, New York. 2214 

O'Connor (Caleb) Study manual for the O'Connor 
institute practical course in public speaking. © 
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Ogilvie (Elisabeth)* Wollaston, Mass. 
noon. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 180038. 



High tide at 
2216 



Orban (Balint) ed. Oral histology and embryology. 
© Feb. 10, 1944, A 179697; C. V. Mosby CO., St. 
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Osborne (Mance) International telecommunications, 
by M. Osborne, assisted by J. E. Wheeler. © 1 c. 
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1943; Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New 
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Owen (Gilberto) tr. China en armas. [Por] Agnes 
Smedley. Traduccion del ingles, por G. Owen. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; A for. 48675; Editorial nuevo, 
mundo, s. de r. 1., Mexico, D. F. 2219 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 143 P. 2d. © 
Mar. 28,1944; A 179989, West pub. co., St. Paul. 

2220 

Palmer (Bernard) Visibility zero. © Jan. 28, 1944; 
A 179887; Zondervan pub. house, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 2221 

Parker (Herbert) Reverend Samuel Skelton, by H. 
Parker. Beginnings of the great awakening, by 
Charles Edwards Park. List of the officers and 
members of the Society of the descendants of the 
colonial clergy, 1933=1943. © Mar, 1, 1944; A 
180187; Society of the descendants of the colonial 
clergy, Lancaster, Mass. 2222 

Patton (David H.) Progressive word mastery. 
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E. Merrill co., inc., New York. 2223 

Pattou (Albert Brace) Furniture, furniture finish- 
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Clarence Lee Vaughn. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 
180043; Frederick J. Drake & co., Chicago. 

2224 

Paul (Mo C.) Boys will be men. © Mar. 14, 1944; 
A 179356; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 2225 

Pease (Howard)* Palo Alto, Calif. Thunderbolt 
House. [1st ed.] ©Apr. 7,1944; A 179919. 2226 

Pecasse (Romuald) tr. Key to happiness, by Mar- 
guerite Duportal. Translated from the French, 
by R. Pecasse. ©Apr. 4, 1944; A 179975; Bruce 
pub. co., Milwaukee. 2227 

Pei (Mario A.) Languages for war and peace. © 
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2228 

Pennsylvania reporter. 33 A.2d=34 A.2d. © Mar. 
29, 1944; A 179986; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

2229 

Perkins (R. Marlin) Animal faces. © Apr. 1, 1944; 
A 180194; Foster & Stewart pub. Corp., Buffalo. 

2230 

Perry (Josephine) Coal industry. [1st ed.] © Mar. 
29, 1944; A 179694; Longmans, Green & co., 
inc., New York. 2231 

Phelps (Margaret)* Phoenix, Ariz. Chia and the 
lambs. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 179979. 2232 

Philbrook (Elizabeth)* Oklahoma City. Far from 
Marlborough street. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 179982. 

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Picture post. v. 22. 2234-2237 

No. 10, Mar. 4, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1944; A 

ad int. 28155; pubd. Mar. 1. 
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ad int. 28156; pubd. Mar. 8. 
No. 12, Mar. 18, 1944. © 1 c.Apr. 5, 1944; A ad 

int. 28169; pubd. Mar. 15. 
No. 13, Mar. 25, 1944. © 1 c.Apr. 7, 1944; A ad 

int. 28188; pubd. Mar. 22. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Pieters (Albertus) Notes on Genesis for ministers 
and serious Bible students. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 
179965; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 2238 

Podolsky (Edward) Stop ■worrying and get well. © 
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inc., New York. 2239 

Polanyi (Karl)* London. Great transformation. © 
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Pomeroy (Dwight A.) Applied business law, by D. 
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A 179740; South-western pub. co., Cincinnati. 

2241 

Porter (C. W.) Organic chemistry for the labora- 
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30, 1943; A 179814; Ginn & co., Boston. 2242 

Pound (Roscoe) Task of law. © Feb. 26, 1944; A 
179588; Franklin & Marshall college, Lancaster, 
Pa. 2243 

Pratt (Harry E.) comp . Concerning Mr. Lincoln. 
© Mar. 28, 1944; A 179758; Abraham Lincoln 
assn,, Springfield, 111. 2244 

Premananda, swami,* Washington. Three upanish- 
ads. Aitareya upanishad, The origin of the soul. 
Svetasvatare upanishad, Sons of immortality. 
Prashna upanishad, The path of the self. © Apr. 
8, 1944; A 180033. 2245 

Price (Willard)* Cathedral City, Calif. Japan's 
islands of mystery. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 180116. 

2246 

Public utilities reports. (New series) v. 50. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; A 179811; Public utilities reports, 
inc., Washington. 2247 

Puckette (Clara Childs) Old Mitt laughs last [1st ed.] 
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Indianapolis. 2248 

Punch, v. 206. 2249-2252 

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ad int. 28158, pubdT Feb. 2. 
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ad int. 28190; pubd. Feb. 16. 
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ad int. 28157; pubd. Mar. 8. 
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A ad int. 28178; pubd. Mar. 22. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Purcell (John) Flights to glory. © Mar. 22, 1944; 
A 1797 16; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 2253 

Purcell (Patrick)* Dublin, Ireland. Hanrahan's 
daughter. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 179750. 2254 



Pyzalski (Leo)* Buffalo. Suggestions for superiors 
and religious officials. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 
179908. 2255 

Quentin (Dorothy)* New York. Nurse Sally Dean. 
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Raskin (Saul)* New York. Genesis, the first book 
of Moses. © Oct. 25, 1943; A 179902. 2257 

Rawlings (A. L.) Theory of the gyroscopic compass 
and its deviations. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 179930; 
Macmillan co., New York. 2258 

Reed (H. Clay) ed. Burlington court cook, a record 
of Quaker jurisprudence in West New Jersey, 
1680-1709. Edited by H. C. Reed and George J. 
Miller. © Feb. 24, 1944; A 180040; Amer. his- 
torical assn., Washington. 2259 

Reimel (Theodore L.) Pennsylvania criminal law 
digest. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 179797; George T. 
Bisel co., Philadelphia. 2260 

Reiser (Oliver L.)* Pittsburgh & Davies (Blodwen)* 
Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Planetary democracy. © 
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Reisner (Mary)* New York. House of cobwebs. © 
Mar. 28, 1944; A 179957. 2262 

Rhoades (John Harsen)* New York. Jonathan's 
quatrains. © June 1, 1942; A 179696. 2263 

Richards (Dick) Life with Alice. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 
180114; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 2264 

Richardson (Maggie G.)* Takoma Park, Md. Diet 
system. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 179913. 2265 

Rlchter (Herbert P.) Practical electricity and 
house wiring. © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179739; Fred- 
erick J. Drake & co., Chicago. 2266 

Rider (Brett) Circle C moves in. © Apr. 10, 1944r 
A 180094; Macrae-Smith co., Philadelphia. 2267 

Rider (Fremont) Melvil Dewey. © Apr. 14, 1944; 
A 180110; Amer. library assn., Chicago. 2268 

Riesenberg (Felix) jr.,* Beverly Hills, Calif . Phan- 
tom freighter. ©Apr. 11, 1944; A 180120. 2269 

Riggs (T. Lawrason) Saving angel. © Mar. 29, 
1944; A 179743; Brucepub. co., Milwaukee. 2270 

Rightmire (George W.)* Columbus, O. Democracy, 



Rimington (Critchell) Merchant fleets. © Apr. 11, 
1944; A 180122; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 2272 

[Rister (Claude)] Shootin' fools, by Tex Holt [pseud.] 
© June 19, 1942; A 178413; Gateway books, New 
York. 2273 

Ritner (Ann)* New York. Face of things. © Mar. 
14, 1944; A 179495. 2274 

[Robin (Celia)]* New York. [World for itself, by 
Zipporah Robin] © Feb. 26, 1944; A 179723. 



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Robinson (Armin L.)* New York. The ten com- 
mandments. Ten short novels of Hitler's war 
against the moral code. © Dec. 8, 1943; A 179923. 

2276 

Robinson (Don) News of the 45th, by Sergeant D. 
Robinson, with art by Sergeant Bill Mauldin. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 12, 1944; A 180145; University of 
Oklahoma press, Norman, Okl. 2277 

Rochester (Anna) Populist movement in the United 
States. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 180097; Internatl. 
publishers co., inc., New York. 2278 

Rojankovsky (Feodor) illus . Tall book of nursery 
tales. © Mar. 8, 1944; A 179751; Artists & 
writers guild, inc., New York. 2279 

Ronald (James)* Fairfield, Conn. Night is ending. 
[1st ed.] © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179671. 2280 



Rosa (Guido)* New York. Mexico speaks. 
23, 1944; A 179701. 



Mar. 
2281 



Ross (Eva J.) American democracy [By] E. J. Ross 
[and] Ernest F. Kilzer. © Mar. 4, 1944; A 
179467; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 2282 

Rowe (Albert H.) Elimination diets and the patient's 
allergies. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179578; Lea & 
Febiger, Philadelphia. 2283 

Rundel (Clarabelle Eberle)* Detroit. Sweet liberty. 
© Apr. 3, 1944; A 179774. 2284 

Runes (Dagobert D.) ed. American way. © Mar. 6, 
1944; A 179469; Philosophical library, inc., New 
York. 2285 

Runnells (Russell A.) Animal pathology. © Feb. 1, 
1944; A 179566; Collegiate press, inc., Ames, la. 

2286 

Rust (Fred Winslow) Road ahead and bypaths. © 
Apr. 10, 1944; A 180147; Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston. 2287 

Rutledge (Nancy)* Evanston, III. Beware of the 
hoot owL [War ed.] © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179664. 

2288 

Sagle (Lawrence W.) Book of rules for model rail- 
roaders. © Jan. 15, 1944; A 180107; Model 
craftsman pub. Corp., Ramsey, N. J. 2289 

Sandford (William P.) Speak well and win! © Apr. 
17, 1944; A 180138; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 2290 

Savage (Thomas)* Hingham, Mass. The pass. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 7, 1944; A 179916. 2291 

Saxton (Carolyn Naught) Sonnets on identity. © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 180005, Wagon & star publishers, 
West Los Angeles, Calif. 2292 

Scharfstein (Ben-Ami) Five books of Moses. © 
Mar. 6, 1944; A 179504; Shilo pub. house, Brook- 
lyn. 2293 

Schmidt (Carl F.)* Rochester, N. Y. Cobblestone 
architecture. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 179499. 2294 



Schmidt (Carl L. A.) ed,. Chemistry of the amino 
acids and proteins. With addendum, pages 1033- 
1290, inclusive, of some of the advances since 
1937. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 178926; Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, III. 2295 

Schmidt (Karl) From science to God. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 29, 1944; A 179766; Harper & bros., New 
York, 2296 

Schuyler (William Bishop)* Philadelphia. Pioneer 
Catholic church of Chester County, Saint Agnes, 
West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1793-1943. ©Mar. 
17, 1944; A 179721. 2297 

Schwartz (Louis E.)* Brooklyn. Accidents in 
streets. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179521. 2298 

Science year book of 1944. By John D. Ratcliff. © 
Mar. 24, 1944; A 179606; John D. Ratcliff, Pali- 
sades, N. Y. 2299 

Sender (Ramon J.) Chronicle of dawn. [By] R. J. 
Sender. Translated by Willard R. Trask. [1st 
ed.] © Feb. 18, 1944; A 178854; Doubleday, 
Doran & co., inc., New York. 2300 

Shealy (Julian Belton)* Buffalo. Destiny of our 
monetary and economic world. © Dec. 27, 1943; 
A 180186. 2301 



Sheridan (Marion C.) e£L_ Human comedy. © Apr. 
12, 1944; A 180125; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 2302 

Sherrill (Lewis Joseph) Rise of Christian education. 
© Apr. 4, 1944; A 179795; Macmillan co., New 
York. 2303 

Sill (Edward Rowland) Around the horn, a journal, 
December 10, 1861, to March 25, 1862, by E. R. 
Sill. Edited, with an introduction, by Stanley T. 
Williams and Barbara D. Simison. © Mar. 14, 
1944; A 179784; Yale univ. library, New Haven. 

2304 



Simpson (Frank L.)* Boston. 
© Mar. 24, 1944; A 179994. 



Massachusetts law. 
2305 



Smart (James D.) What a man can believe. © Dec. 
31, 1943; A 179488; Westminster press, Phila- 
delphia. 2306 



Smith (E. Boyd) So long ago. © Apr. 4, 
180031; Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 



1944; A 
2307 



Smith (Edgar W.) ed. Profile by gaslight. © Mar. 
30, 1944; A 179921; Simon & Schuster, inc., New 
York. 2308 

Smith (Elmer R.) Meet an American. © Mar. 9, 
1944; A 179704; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New 
York. 2309 

Smith (J. Frank) & Smith (Garrah M.)* Kansas 
City, Mo. Smith's butterfat computer. © Mar. 
21, 1944; A 179635. 2310 

Sneed (M. Cannon) General college chemistry, by 
M. C. Sneed and J. Lewis Maynard. © Mar. 27, 
1944; A 179871; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New 
York. 2311 



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South Dakota. Supreme court. Reports of cases 
decided, v. 68. ©Apr. 15, 1944; A 180195; Mrs. 
L. M, Larsen, secretary of the state of South 
Dakota, in trust for the benefit of the people of 
said state, Pierre, S. D. 2312 

Southmayd (Henry J.) Small community hospitals. 
[By] H. J. Southmayd [and] Geddes Smith. © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 180101; Commonwealth fund, New 
York. 2313 

Southwestern reporter (2d ser.) 2314, 2315 

Arkansas decisions reported in South western 

reporter. Second series. 171 S. W. 2d-175 S. 

W. 2d. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179983. 
Missouri decisions reported in South western 

reporter. Second series. 174 S. W. 2d-175 S. 

W. 2d. © Mar. 22, 1944, A 179984. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. 

[Southwold (Stephen)]* Brixham, Devon, England. 
Child of my sorrow, by Neil Bell. © 1 c. Apr'. 
17, 1944; A ad int. 281180; pubd. Feb. 21. 2316 

Spencer (Theodore) Act of life. © Mar. 13, 1944; 
A 179805; President & fellows of Harvard col- 
lege, Cambridge, Mass. 2317 

Sphere, v. 176. 2318-2322 

No. 2300, Feb. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1944; A 

ad int. 28162; pubd. Feb, 19. 
No. 2302, Mar. 4, 1944. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1944; A 

ad int. 28159; pubd. Mar. 4. 
No. 2303, Mar. 11, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28171; pubd. Mar. 11. 
No. 2304, Mar. 18, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1944; 

A ad int. 28193; pubd. Mar. 18. 
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A ad int. 28182; pubd. Mar. 25. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Stanley (Chuck) Knight of the Cimarron. © Apr. 1 , 
1944; A 179865; Phoenix press, New York. 

2323 

Starr (Jimmy)* Los Angeles. Corpse came C.O.D. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; A 179647. 2324 

Starret (William) Nurse Blake at the front. © Apr. 
1,1944; A 179864; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 

2325 

Stewart (Irma)* New York. Job, his spiritual value. 
© Oct. 11, 1943; A 179574. 2326 



Stewart (Oscar M.) Physics. © 
179820; Ginn & co., Boston. 



Feb. 29, 1944; A 
2327 



Stieri (Emanuele) 2328-2330 

Millers. © Dec. 23, 1943; A 180011. 
Planers. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 180012. 
Shapers. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 180010. 
© Essential books, New York. 

Stillman (Dorothea)* Round Hill, Va. When the New 
Year came in March. [1st ed.] © Mar. 20, 1944; 
A 179474. 2331 

Stoddard (George Dinsmore) Tertiary education. © 
Mar. 24, 1944; A 179851; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 2332 

Stone (Thomas) Doctor Tony. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 
179786; Phoenix press, New York. 2333 



Stoner (Peter W.) From science to souls. © Mar. 
14, 1944; A 179518; Moody Bible institute of Chi- 
cago, Chicago. 2334 

Strausbaugh (Perry D.)* Morgantown, W. Va. & 
Weimer (Bernal R.)* Bethany, W. Va. Elements 
of biology. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180217. 2335 

[Street (Cecil John Charles)] 2336, 2337 

Death invades the meeting, by John Rhode [pseud.] 

© Feb. 23, 1944; A 179493. 
Men die at Cyprus Lodge, by John Rhode [pseud.] 

© Mar. 20, 1944; A 179492. 

© Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 

Study (Guy)* St. Louis. History of St. Paul's 
church, Alton, 111. © Feb. 26, 1944; A 179484. 

2338 

Swenson (Olaf) Northwest of the world. © Mar. 28, 
1944; A 179958; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 2339 

Swiggett (Howard)* Washington. Most secret, most 
immediate. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 180028. 2340 

Tarbell (Harlan) Tarbell course in magic, v. 1. 
Lessons 1-19. © Mar.' 24, 1944; A 180057; 
Louis Tannen, New York. 2341 

Taubenschlag (Raphael) Law of Greco-Roman 
Egypt in the light of the papyri. © Mar. 20, 
1944; A 179512; Herald square press, inc., New 
York. 2342 

Taylor (Demetria M.) comp. Soy cook book. © 
Apr. 17, 1944; A 180190; Greenberg, publisher, 
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[Taylor (F. Chase)]* South Norwalk, Conn. You 
wouldn't know me from Adam. [By] Colonel 
Lemuel Q. Stoopnagle. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 
180137. 2344 

Teuscher (Ruth H.) Practice in English. Book 1. © 
Feb. 29, 1944; A 179706; Harcourt, Brace & co., 
inc., New York. 2345 

Tharp (Louise Hall)* Darien, Conn. Sounding trum- 
pet. [1st ed.] © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179942. 2346 

Thayer (Lee) Plain case of murder. © Feb. 23, 
1944; A 179494; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
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Thomas (Elizabeth Simonton) Mists of daybreak. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; A 179999; Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston. 2348 

Thomas (Norman)* New York. What is our destiny. 
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Thomas (Russell B.) & Campbell (Gladys)* Chi- 
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1944; A 179630. 2350 

Thompson (La Verne Ruth) Introduction to microor- 

. ganisms. © Mar. 23, 1944; A 179626; W. B. 

Saunders co., Philadelphia. 2351 

Thompson (Warren S.) Plenty of people. © Apr. 8, 
1944; A 180065; Jaques Cattell press, Lancaster, 
Pa. 2352 



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Thome (Diana) Chips, by D. Thorne [and] Connie 
Moran. [1st ed.] © Mar. 31, 1944; A 179861; 
John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 2353 

340th engineer regiment,* Monroe, N. C. Lower 
postorfreeze. © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179720. 2354 



) lc. 
2355 



Tilsley (Frank)* London. Pleasure Beach. 
Apr. 4, 1944; A ad int. 28161; pubd. Feb. 7. 



Trail (Florence) Foreign family life in France in 
1891. © Apr. 15, 1944; A 180146; Bruce Hum- 
phries, inc., Boston. 2356 

Treasury of modern best sellers. Abridged in the 
authors' own words by the editors of Omnibook. 
© Feb. 14, 1944, A 178925; Omnibook, inc., New 
York. 2357 

Tweney (C. F.)ed. Chamber's technical dictionary, 
edited by C. F. Tweney and L. E.C.Hughes. Re- 
vised ed., with supplement. © lc.Apr. 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28181; pubd. May 24, 1943; Macmillan 
co., New York. 2358 

Uhlan (Edward) comp . Crown anthology of verse, 
[v. 1, 2] © Aug. 4, 1939; A 179835, 179836; 
Crown publications, New York. 2359, 2360 

Umstattd (J. G.)* Austin, Tex, Secondary school 
teaching. © Jan. 6, 1944; A 179819. 2361 

United States. United States code annotated. Con- 
stitution of the United States annptated. 1944. 

2362, 2363 
Amendments 1-13. © Mar. 29; A 179991. 
Article 1, sec. 10, to Article 7. © Mar. 29; A 

179990. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul & Edward Thompson 
co., Brooklyn. 

United States aviation reports. 1943. © Mar. 22, 
1944; A 179633; U. S. aviation reports, inc., 
Baltimore. 2364 

United States naval academy. Department of elec- 
trical engineering. Physics staff. Physics, by 
Erich Hausmann and Edgar P. Slack. Revision 
by the Physics staff, Department of electrical 
engineering, United States navalacademy. United 
States naval academy ed. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 
179830; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New York. 

2365 

Universal Jewish encyclopedia. Reading guide and 
index. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 179539; Universal 
Jewish encyclopedia, inc., Brooklyn. 2366 

Universal reference library. [Deluxe ed.] © Dec. 
31, 1943; A 179859; John C. Winston co., Phila- 
delphia 2367 



Urmston (Mary)* 


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2368 



Vail (Margaret) Yours is the earth. [1st ed.] © 
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2369 



Van Alstyne (Richard W.) American diplomacy in 
action. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 179912; Board of 
trustees of the Leland Stanford junior univ., Stan- 
ford University, Calif. 2370 



[Van Doren (Carl)] Green mansions, by W. H. Hud- 
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1944; A 179535; Heritage press, New York. 2371 

Vanity fair mills, inc.,* New York. Story of His 
life in our hands. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179838. 

2372 

Varese (Louise) tr. Eloges and other poems, by 
St. John Perse. The French text with English 
translation, by L. Varese. [1st ed.] © Mar. 25, 
1944; A 179615; W. W. Norton & co., inc., New 
York. 2373 

Vazquez (Alberto) Cuentos del sur. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 29, 1944; A 179692; Longmans, Green & co., 
inc., New York. 2374 

Veinus (Abraham)* Philadelphia. The concerto. 
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Vinaroff (G. E.)* Russell, Kan. Pearls of perfect 
provisions. © Mar. 23, 1944; A 179525. 2376 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, 1681 to date. v. 
17. © Mar. 29, 1944; A 179995; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 2377 

Von Hagen (Christine)* Santa Monica, Calif. For- 
gotten Finca. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180155. 2378 

Wadsworth (L. A.) Mystery at White Moccasions. 
[War ed.] © Mar. 30, 1944; A 179667; Farrar & 
Rinehart, inc., New York. 2379 

Waite (Helen Elmira) Butterily takes command. © 
Apr. 10, 1944; A 179978; Macrae-Smith-co., 
Philadelphia. 2380 

Wald (Marcus)* East London, South Africa. [Sha- 
lom] Jewish teaching on peace. © Apr. 18, 1944; 
A 180153. 2381 

Walton (Mary Ann) My first book of Bible stories, 
by M. A. Walton. Illustrated by Emmy Ferand. 
© Dec. 13, 1943; A 179737; Simon & Schuster, 
inc. & Artists & writers guild, inc., New York. 

2382 

[Ward (Arthur Sassfield)] Bimbashi Baruk of 
Egypt, by Sax Rohmer [pseud.] © Apr. 6, 1944; 
A 179974; Robert M. McBride & co., New York. 

2383 

Warner (Rex) Return of the traveller. [1st ed.] © 
Mar. 17, 1944; A 179854; Reginald Ernest War- 
ner, London. 2384 

Warren (Robert Penn) Selected poems, 1923-1943. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 6, 1944; A 179892; Harcourt, 
Brace & co., inc., New York. 2385 

Washington (State) Remington's revised statutes of 
Washington, annotated. 1943 supplement. © Jan. 
12, 1944; A 180196; Bancroft -Whitney co., San 
Francisco. 2386 

[Waters (Ralph M.)] Fundamentals of anesthesia. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; A 179541; Amer. medical assn., 
Chicago. 2387 



Webb (Walter Prescott)* Austin, Tex. 
stand. © Mar. 31, 1944; A 180219. 



Divided we 
2388 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Weber (Carl J.) Three wayfarers, by Thomas 
Hardy. With an introduction and notes, by C. I. 
Weber. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 179708; Scholars' 
facsimiles & reprints, New York. 2389 

Weiss (Jack E.) ed. 1021 answers to industrial 
health' and safety problems. Edited by J. E. 
Weiss and the following associates: John Mac 
KoVace, Lester P. Aurbach, Helen A. Buchman 
[and] Jerome R. Peskin. © Sept. 15, 1943; A 
179791; Occupational hazards, inc., Cleveland. 

2390 

Welcher (Rosalind) Where is Christmas? By R. 
Welcher and Samson R. Diamond. © Mar. 27, 
1944; A 179944; Creative ideas, New York. 

2391 

Welding encyclopedia. 1943. © Dec. 28, 1943; A 
179898; G. H. Mackenzie, Chicago. 2392 

Wend (Milton)* Franklin, N. H. How to Uve in the 
country without farming. [1st ed.] © Mar. 24, 
1944; A 179607. 2393 

Whipple (Dorothy)* Kettering, Northants, England. 
They were sisters. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 180062. 

2394 

White (Leigh)* Cambridge, Mass. Long Balkan 
night. © Feb. 28, 1944; A 179627. 2395 

White (Thomas W.)* Melbourne, Australia. Sky 
saga. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; A ad int. 28176; 
pubd. Feb. 17. 2396 

Whittlesey (Derwent) Earth and the state. © Feb. 
18, 1944; A 179629; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 2397 

Wiener (Willard)* Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. Four 
boys and a gun. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 180184. 

2398 

Weiss (Samuel) Clinical lectures on the gallbladder 
and bile ducts. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 180181; Year 
book publishers, inc., Chicago. 2399 

Wilhelm (Donald) Your son and ten fighting gener- 
als. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179952; Amer. brake 
shoe co., New York. 2400 

Wilkinson (Paul H.)* New York. Aircraft engines 
of the world. 1944. © Mar. 18, 1944; A 179470. 

2401 

Williams (B. Y.)* Cincinnati. 2402,2403 

Far is the hill. © Nov. 10, 1939; A 179824. 
For each a star. © Sept. 20, 1942; A 179823. 

Williams (Edna Rees) Conflict of homonyms in 
English. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180050; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 2404 

Williams (G. Mountford)* London. Happy chase, 
by Mountford Williams. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1944; 
A ad int. 28153; pubd. Feb. 7. 2405 

Williams (Gurney)* Chappaqua, N. Y. Collier's 
collects its wits. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 179569. 

2406 

Williams (Thomas A.)* Nashville. Old Dirt Dob 
ber's garden book. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 179567. 

2407 



Williamson (Thames)* Hollywood, Calif. Far 
North country. © Mar. 30, 1944; A 180015. 

2408 

Wimberly (Pearl K.) Child of Colombia. [1st ed.] 
© Feb. 25, 1944; A 178903; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 2409 

Winston dictionary for schools. Shorter ed. © Apr. 
14, 1944; A 180047; John C. Winston CO., Phila- 
delphia. 2410 

Winters (Yvor) Giant weapon. © Feb. 22, 1944; A 
179656; New directions, Norfolk, Conn. 2411 

Wise (Maurice K.) Requisition in France and Italy. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; A 179490; Columbia univ. 
press, New York. 2412 

[Wolff (Mary Evaline)]* Holy Cross, Ind. Address- 
ed to youth, by Sister M. Madeleva. © Apr. 3, 
1944; A 179870. 2413 

Wood (Nathan R.)* Arlington, Mass. Seven lamps 
of fire. © Nov. 1, 1943; A 179757. 2414 



Woodford (Jack) Her first sin. © Apr. 
179867; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; A 
2415 



Woodruff (George P.) Investment and speculation. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; A 179638; Alexander Hamilton 
institute, inc., New York. 2416 

Woolf (Leonard) comp. Haunted house and other 
short stories. [1st American ed.] © Apr. 13, 
1944; A 180127; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 2417 

Woolf (Virginia) Haunted house and other short 
stories. [By] V. Woolf. [Compiled by Leonard 
Woolf] © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1944; A ad int. 28167; 
pubd. Jan. 31; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New 
York. 2418 

Woolley (Edwin C.) College handbook of composi- 
tion, by E. C. Woolley, Franklin W. Scott and 
Evelyn Tripp Berdahl. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 
179582; Isabelle Woolley Bartlett, New York & 
Franklin W. Scott, Boston. 2419 

World book encyclopedia, v. 1-18 [and] v. 19. Read- 
ing and study guide. © Apr. 3, 1944; A 179813; 
Quarrie Corp., Chicago. 2420 

World's great events, v. 1-10. © Mar. 18, 1944; A 
179839; P. F. Collier & son Corp., New York. 

2421 

Wright (Bailey) Flight— meteorology, aircraft in- 
struments, and navigation, by Capt. B. Wright, 
W. E. Dyer and Rex Martin. © Jan. 13, 1943; A 
179729; Amer. technical soc, Chicago. 2422 

Wright (Ethel)* Seattle. Saturday flight. © Apr. 1, 
1944; A 179907. 2423 

Wuest (Kenneth S.)* Chicago. Galatians in the 
Greek New Testament for the English reader. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; A 179966. 2424 

Year book of dermatology and syphilology. 1943. © 
Feb. 26, 1944; A 180179; Year book publishers, 
inc., Chicago. 2425 



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Year book of general therapeutics. 1943. © Mar. 
29, 1944; A 179874; Year book publishers, inc., 
Chicago. 2426 

Year book of neurology, psychiatry and endocrin- 
ology. 1943. © Mar. 24, 1944; A 179875; Year 
book publishers, inc., Chicago. 2427 

Year book of pediatrics. 1943. © Feb. 14, 1944; 
A 180180; Year book publishers, inc., Chicago. 

2428 

Yoder (Robert M.)* Washington. There's no front 
like home. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 179805. 2429 

pToseloff (Thomas)] Dogs for democracy, by Thomas 
Young [pseud.] © Mar. 14, 1944; A 179503; 
Bernard Acker man, inc., New York. 2430 

Young (Michael) Trial of Adolf Hitler. [1st ed.] 
© Apr. 4, 1944; A 179802; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 2431 



Younger (John E.) Airplane maintenance, by J. E. 
Younger, Allan F. Bonnalie and Nairne F. Ward. 
© Mar. 14, 1944; A 179477; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 2432 



Zistel (Era) Treasury of cat stories. © Mar. 31, 
1944, A 179873; Greenberg, publisher, inc., 
New York. 2433 



Zolotow (Maurice)* New York. Never whistle in 
a dressing room. [1st ed.] © Mar. 20, 1944; A 
179476. 2434 



Zweig (Stefan) Royal game, Amok, Letter from an 
unknown woman, by S. Zweig. [Royal game, 
translated by B. W. Huebsch. Amok and Letter 
from an unknown woman, translated by Eden and 
Cedar Paul] © Apr. 10, 1944; A 179980; Viking 
press, inc., New York. 2435 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications —__——— .._-_= _ 2,207 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages ■ =~ — 7 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions of law of Mar. 4, 1909 221 

Total-- ———..——.— ...... _ ...I. — 2,435 



LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[2435 



Banks (Edgar James) Seven wonders of the ancient 
world. © Eo J= Banks, Eustis, Fla. R 122722- 
Oct. 22, 1943. 1 

Grey (Zane) Border legion, (In All-story weekly, 
v. 53, no. 4 S v. 54, nos. 1-4, v. 55, no. 1, Jan. 15 
22 ; 29, Feb. 5, 12, 19, 1916) © Lina Elise Grey, 
Altadena, Calif . R 122729-122734, Nov. 13, 1943 = 

2-7 

Hendryx (James B.) Connie Morgan in Alaska. © 
J. B. Hendryx, Lee's Point, Sutton's Bay, Mich. 
R 122721, Oct. 22, 1943. 8 

Hope (Laura Lee) 9-14 

Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue. R 122685, Nov. 
16, 1943. 



Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue at Aunt Lee's 
city house. R 1226.83, Nov. 16, 1943. 

Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue at Camp Rest-a- 
while. R 122682, Nov. 16, 1943. 

Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue on grandpa's 
farm. R 122684, Nov. 16, 1943. 

Bunny Brown and his Sister Sue playing circus. 
R 122686, Nov. 16, 1943. 

Outdoor girls on Pine Island. R 122687, Nov. 16, 
1943. 

© L. L. Hope, Maplewood, N. J. 

Rohifs (Anna Katharine Green) To the minute, 
Scarlet and black; two tales of life's perplexities, 
by Anna Katharine Green (Mrs. Charles Rohifs) 
© Roland Rohifs, Douglaston, L. I., N. Y. R 
122720. Oct. 22. 1943. 15 



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1944 

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three times a week. It is now printed monthly with entries arranged alphabetically by authors, or, if 
anonymous, by title. An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright pro- 
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complete index to authors and anonymous titles of books for the entire year is printed as promptly as possi- 
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A list of renewals made for books under section 23 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
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The Catalog of Copyright Entries, Part 1, Group 2 (monthly) contains mainly the titles of pamphlets, 
leaflets, and literary contributions to periodicals, and all other productions registered under the legal desig- 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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BOOKS 



PART 1, GROUP 1 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Adams (Cleve F.)* Glendale, Calif, 
ger. © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180175. 



Crooking fin- 
2436 



Adams (Frank R.) When I come back. [1st ed.] © 
May 8, 1944; A 180694; Robert M. McBride & 
co., New York. 2437 

Adams (James Truslow) 2438, 2439 

Frontiers of American culture. © May 1, 1944; 

A 180424. 
Record of America, by J. T. Adams and Charles 
Garrett Vannest. © Apr. 27 , 1944; A 180425. 
© Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

Adams (Roger)* Urbana, III. Organic reactions, v. 
2. [Edited by] R. Adams, Werner E. Bachmann, 
Louis F. Fieser [and others] © Apr. 17, 1944; 
A 180426. 2440 



Adams (Samuel Hopkins)* New York. 
© Apr. 24, 1944; A 180295. 



Canal town. 
2441 



Ageton (Arthur A.) 2442, 2443 

Naval leadership and the American bluejacket. 

© Apr. 27, 1944; A 180367. 
Naval officer's guide. © Mar. 20 ; 1944; A 

180587. 
© McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 

Ahrendt (Vivian) Prayer meeting topics. © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 180436, Gospel trumpet CO., Ander- 
son, Ind. 2444 

Alabama and Southern digest, 1809 to date. v. 17, 
25. © Apr. 25, ISM; A 180682, 180683; West 
pub. co., St. Paul. 2445, 2446 

Allen (Philip Schuyler) Drake's Spanish grammar, 
by P. S. Allen and Luis E. Rodriguez. © May 
16, 1944; A 180748; Frederick J. Drake & co., 
Chicago. 2447 

Allis (Marguerite)* New Haven. All in good time. 
© Apr. 7, 1944; A 180453. 2448 

American digest. General digest, American digest 
system, v. 20. ©Apr. 26, 1944; A 180685; West 
pub. co., SU PauL 2449 

American jurisprudence, v. 50. © Apr. 29, 1944; 
A 180420; Jurisprudence publishers, inc., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 2450 



American law and procedure, v. 1. Prepared un- 
der the editorial supervision of James Parker 
HalL © Apr. 6, 1944; A 180442; La Salle ex- 
tension univ., Chicago. 2451 

American law institute,* Philadelphia. 2452-2456 



Missouri annotations to the Restatement of the 
law of restitution. Under the auspices of the 
Missouri bar association. Pt. 1. Prepared 
by Charles Edward Cullen. Pt 2. Prepared 
by Joseph A. McClain, jr. © Apr. 28, 1944; 
A 180459. 

Montana annotations to the Restatement of the 
law of trusts, v. 1, 2. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 
180460. 

New Mexico annotations to the law of trusts, v. 
1, 2. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 180458. 

Pennsylvania annotations to the Restatement of 
the law of security. Prepared by Judson A. 
Crane under the auspices of the Pennsylvania 
state bar association. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 
180457. 

Virginia annotations to the Restatement of the 
law of torts, v. 1, 2. Prepared by William T. 
Muse under the auspices of the Virginia 
state bar association. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 
180456. 

Ames (Richard D.)* Hyattsville, Md. Art of book- 
making. © Apr. 15, 1944; A 180690. 2457 

Anderson (Paul B.)* White Plains, N. Y. People, 
church and state in modern Russia. © May 16, 
1944; A 180703. 2458 

Andres (Paul G.) Basic mathematics for engineers, 
by P. G. Andres, Hugh J. Miser and Haim 
Reingold. © May 3, 1944; A 180495; John Wiley 
& sons, inc., New York. 2459 

Andrews (Matthew Page) Social planning by fron- 
tier thinkers. © Apr. 24, 1944; A 180455; Rich- 
ard R. Smith, New York. 2460 

Anuario bibliografico cubano. 1943. © Mar. 20, 
1944; A for. 48676; Fermin Peraza y Sarausa, 
Habana. 2461 

Appleton (J. L. T.) Bacterial infection. © May 11, 
1944; A 180626; Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. 

2462 

Arellano (Luis)* Upper Darby, Pa. Minor scale 
patterns. © May 13, 1944; A 180693. 2463 

Aronin (Ben) New Mother Goose rhymes. © Dec. 
25, 1943; A 180720; Hamilton Ross industries, 
Chicago. 2464 

Ashe (Rosalind) & Avigdor (Albert)* New York. 
Brazilian- Portuguese frasograf. © Mar. 25, 
1944; A 180435. 2465 

Atwood (Wallace W.) 2466, 2467 

Nations beyond the seas, by W. W. Atwood and 
Helen Goss Thomas. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 
180815. 



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2468 



Neighborhood stories, by W. W. Atwood and 
Helen Goss Thomas. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 
180811. 

© Ginn & co., Boston. 

Avery (Al) Yankee flier over Berlin. © May 15, 
1944; A 180700; 'Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 2468 

Ayling (Keith) 2469, 2470 

Bombardment aviation. © May 1, 1944; A 
180475; Military service pub. co., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 
They fly to fight. © May 22, 1944; A 180834; K. 
Ayling, New York. 

Ayres (C. E.) Theory of economic progress. © 
May 13, 1944; A 180650; University of North 
Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 2471 

Bailey (Alice A.)* New York. Discipleship in the 
new age. [1st ed.j © May .6, 1944; A 180631. 

2472 

Bain (Joe S.) Economics of the Pacific coast petro- 
leum industry, pt. 1. © Feb. 3, 1944; A 180538; 
Regents of the Univ. of California, Berkeley, 
Calif. 2473 

Baker (Carlos) American looks at the world. © 
May 8, 1944; A 180796; Harcourt, Brace & co., 
inc., New York. 2474 

Baker. (Rachel) First woman doctor. © Apr. 1, 
1944; A 180466; Julian Messner, inc., New York. 

2475 

Ballou (Donald H.) 2476, 2477 

Plane and spherical trigonometry, by D. H. 

Ballou and Frederick H. Steen. © Nov. 17, 

1943; A 180241. 
Spherical trigonometry with tables, by D. H. 

Ballou and Frederick H. Steen. © Nov. 19, 

1943; A 180240. 
© Ginn & co., Boston. 

Ballou (Robert O.)* Cold Spring, N. Y. World 
Bible. © May 15, 1944; A 180744. 2478 

Barnett (David)* Wellesley, Mass. Living with 
music. © Apr. 12, 1944; A 180714. 2479 

Barth (Karl) Church and the war, by K. Barth. 
Translated by Antonia H. Froendt, with an in- 
troduction by Samuel McCrea Cavert. © Apr. 
18, 1944; A 180531; Macmillan co., New York. 

2480 

Barzun (Jacques) Mademoiselle de Maupin, by 
Theophile Gautier. An introduction for the mod- 
ern reader, by J. Barzun, and hand-colored 
illustrations by Andre Dugo. © Jan. 26, 1944; 
A 180220; Limited editions club, inc., New York. 

2481 

Batcher (Ralph R.) ecL_ Electronic engineering 
handbook. Edited by R. R. Batcher and William 
Moulic. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 180331; Electronic 
development associates, New York. 2482 

Bates (H. E.)* Ashford, Kent, England. Fair stood 
the wind for France. [1st ed.) © May 22, 1944; 
A 18082:6. 2483 



Bates-Batcheller (Tryphosa)" 
in sunshine and shadow. 
180243. 



pt. I, n. s., v. 41 

New York. France 

> Apr. 12, 1944; A 

2484 



Batten (J. Minton) John Dury, advocate of Chris- 
tian reunion. © May 2, 1944; A 180446; Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago. 2485 

Beatty (Richmond Croom) Vanderbilt miscellany, 
1919-1944. © May 5, 1944; A 180565; Vander- 
bilt univ., Nashville. 2486 

Bergson (Henri) Creative evolution, by H. Berg- 
son, in the authorized translation by Arthur 
Mitchell. © May 8, 1944; A 180523; Random 
house, inc., New York. 2487 



Beurhaus (George H.)* Seattle. Who handles your 
real estate? [1st ed.1 © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180303. 

2488 

[Binsse (Harry Lorin)] tr. Plea for liberty. [By[ 
Georges Bernanos. [Translated from the French 
by H. L. Binsse. 1st ed.] © May 1, 1944; A 
180737; Pantheon books, inc., New York. 

2489 

Birkenhead (Sheila)* London. Against oblivion. © 
1 c. May 17, 1944; A ad int. 28233; pubd. May 
27, 1943. 2490 

Blackstock (Josephine)* Oak Park, III. Island on 
the beam. © May 5, 1944; A 180518. 2491 

Bliss (Gilbert Ames)* Flossmoor, 111. Mathemat- 
ics for exterior ballistics. © Apr. 14, 1944; 
A 180198. 2492 

Block (Maxine) ed. Current biography. Who's 
news and why, 1943. 4th annual cumulation, 
1943. By Maxine Block, editor. Managing edi- 
tor, Anna Rothe. © May 2, 1944; A 180496; H. 
W. Wilson co., New York. 2493 

Bogadek (Francis A.)* Avalon, Pa. New English- 
Croatian and Croatian-English dictionary. © 
Jan. 19, 1944; A 180379. 2494 

Bok (Bart J.) & Wright (Frances W.)* Cambridge, 
Mass. Basic marine navigation. © May 8, 
1944; A 180797. 2495 

Bond (Donald S.) Radio direction finders. 1st ed. 
© May 9, 1944; A 180620; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 2496 



Booth (Helen Margaret) 11 
book of memories. <£ 



Los Angeles. Within my 

Mar. 18, 1944; A 180384. 

2497 



Botkin (Benjamin A.)* Washington. Treasury of 
American folklore. © May 10, 1944; A 180760. 

2498 

Boudreau (James C.) ed^. CAPCP base - 17. 1942- 
1943. [Edited by] J. C. Boudreau. [Photographed 
byl Henry W. Herbert. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 
180764; CAPCP base 17, Philadelphia. 

2499 

Bowen (R. Sidney) Red Randall over Tokyo. © May 
15, 1944; A 180697; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., 
New York. 2500 



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Boylston (Helen Dore)* Westport, Conn. Carol on 
Broadway. [1st ed.] © May 9, 1944; A 180580. 

2501 

Bozarth (Howard P.) Surprising Christ. © Apr. 
7, 1944; A 180164; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 2502 

Bozman (E. F.) Phil Empresson. © 1 c. May 5, 
1944; A ad int. 28212; pubd. Apr. 13; J. M. Dent 
& sons, ltd., London. 2503 

Brady (Caroline) Legends of Ermanaric. © Nov. 
29, 1943; A 180537; Regents of the Univ. of 
California, Berkeley, Calif. 2504 

Brandt (Harry A.) Scenes from the Psalms. In- 
terpretations by H. A. Brandt, photographs by 
Ernest G. Hoff. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 180723; 
Brethren pub. house, Elgin, III. 2505 

Braun (Kurt) Settlement of industrial disputes. © 
May 4, 1944; A 180485; Blakiston co., Phila- 
delphia. 2506 

Brink (Eben. Cobb) And God was there. © Apr. 
17, 1944; A 180301; Westminster press, Phila- 
delphia. 2507 

Britannica book of the year. 1944. © May, 1944; A 
180406; Encyclopaedia britannica, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2508 

Brown (Harriett McCune)* Glendale, Calif. & 
Bailey (Helen Miller)* La Cresenta, Calif. 
Our Latin American neighbors. © Apr. 28, 
1944; A 180418. 2509 



Brown (Kenneth E.)* Banana River, Fla. General 
mathematics in American colleges. © Dec. 30, 
1943; A 180321. 2510 



[Brown (Zenith) 1* Annapolis, 
lady, by Leslie Ford. © 
180392. 



All for the love of a 

Mar. 27, 1944; A 

2511 



[Brunini (John Gilland)] ed. Drink from the rock. 
Selected poems from Spirit, a magazine of 
poetry. [Edited by J. G. Brunini 1 With an intro- 
duction by Helen C. White. © May 1, 1944; A 
180577; Catholic poetry soc. of America, inc., 
New York. 2512 

Bruskovsky (Meyer N.)* Newark, N. J. Supreme 
plan. © Feb. 22, 1944; A 180224. 2513 

Budge (Helen)* Flushing, L. I., N. Y. Study of 
chord frequencies. ©Dec. 30, 1943; A 180320. 

2514 

Burns (Eugene) Then there was one. [1st ed.] © 
May 4, 1944; A 180572; Harcourt, Brace & co., 
inc., New York. 2515 

Burton (Jean) Heyday of a wizard. [1st ed.] © 
Apr. 17, 1944; A 180419; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 2516 

Burton (Miles)* London. 2517, 2518 

Dead stop. © 1 c. May 10, 1943; A ad int. 28214; 

pubd. Mar. 8. 
Shadow on the cliff. [1st ed.1 © May 5, 1944; A 
180510. 



Burton (Stephen Merceron) Burton's four-figure 
navigational tables, by S. M. Burton and Gilbert 
Farm Cunningham. 1st ed. © 1 c. May 1, 1944; 
A ad int. 28216; pubd. Mar. 21; Burton's navi- 
gational publications, ltd., Alva, Scotland. 2519 

Bushey (Clinton Jay)* Bradley, 111. Superiority of 
Christianity. © May 5, 1944; A 180749. 2520 

Byng (Edward J.)* Port Chester, N. Y. World of 
the Arabs. [1st ed.] © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180156. 

2521 

Caldwell (Taylor) Final hour. © Mar. 27, 1944; A 
180369; Janet M. Reback, Eggertsville, N. Y. 

2522 

California. Di strict courts of appeal. Reports of 
cases determined, v. 60 (2d) © Apr. 4, 1944; 
A 180557; Bancroft-Whitney co., San Francisco. 

2523 

California compensation cases; a report of deci- 
sions of the Industrial accident commission 
and all court opinions of related interest for 
the year 1943. v. 8, new series. © Apr. 15, 
1944; A 180353; Workmen's compensation re- 
porter, Berkeley, Calif. 2524 

Campbell (Dorothy Parker)* New York. Dorothy 
Parker. © May 15, 1944; A 180779. 2525 

[Cant (Geoffrey)] While father's away, by Geoffrey 
and mother. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 189415; John 
Day co., New York. 2526 

Carlos (Thomas B. Don)* Petaluma, Calif. One 
man and God. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 180200. 

2527 

Carpenter (Frances) Pacific, its lands and peoples. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180306; Amer. book co., 
New York. 2528 



Carr (Robert Spencer)* Los Angeles. 
Saint Ivan's. © May 8, 1944; A 



Bells of 
2529 



Carter (Ralph) Strictly a wolf. © May 1, 1944; A 
180597; Phoenix press, New York. 2530 

Castillo (Carlos) Antologia de la literatura mexi- 
cana. Introduccion, selecciones y critica de C. 
Castillo con an apendice bibliografico de Luis 
Leal. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180370; University of 
Chicago, Chicago. 2531 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual . Missal . Mis- 
sale romanum ex decreto sancrosancti Con- 
cilii tridentini restitutum. Editio juxta typicam 
vaticanam. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 180761; Ben- 
ziger bros,, inc., New York. 2532 

Cerf (Bennett A.) comp. Famous ghost stories. © 
May 8, 1944; A 180522; Random house, inc., 
New York. 2533 

Chappell (Clovis G.) Living zestfully. © Apr. 11 , 
1944; A 180800; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

2534 

Charteris (Leslie)* Hollywood, Calif. Saint on 
guard. [1st ed.l © Mar. 3, 1944; A 180448. 

2535 



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Charushin (E.) Baby bears, translated from the 
Russian of E. Charushin by Marguerita Rudolph. 
© May 9, 1944; A 180551; Macmillan co., New 
York. 2536 

Cheek (Jeanette B.) ed. Leadership in a democracy. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180375; Natl, league of wo- 
men voters, Washington. 2537 

Childerness (George) Too many murderers. © 
May 1, 1944; A 180596; Phoenix press, New 
York. 2538 

Chittenden (Gertrude E.) Living with children. © 
May 16, 1944; A 130702; Macmillan co., New 
York. 2539 

Christensen (Synnove) Norway is my country. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1944; A ad int. 28219; pubd. Nov. 
15, 1943; William Collins sons & co,, ltd., Lon- 
don. 2540 

Church and the new world mind. The Drake lec- 
tures for 1944. By William E. Hocking, Will- 
mott Lewis, Georgia Harkness (and others] © 
Apr. 1, 1944; A 180500; C. D. Pantle, St. Louis. 

2541 

Cicognani (Amleto Giovanni)* Washington. Priest 
in the Epistles of St. Paul. © Apr. 29, 1944; 
A 180382. 2542 

Clancey (Vernon J.) Chemistry arid the aeroplane. 
© 1 c. May 6, 1944; A ad int. 28217; pubd. Feb. 
10, 1943; Thomas Nelson & sons, ltd., Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 2543 

Clark (H. B.)* Alameda, Calif. Bible law. © Apr. 
27, 1944; A 180719. 2544 

[Clarke (Jane Comstock)]* Honolulu. Where the 
red lehua grows, by Jane Comstock. © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 180429. 2545 

Clemens (Cyril) My chat with Thomas Hardy. © 
Mar. 8, 1944; A 180499; Internatl. Mark Twain 
soc, Webster Groves, Mo. 2546 

Clements (E. H.)* New York. Cherry harvest. © 
Apr. 5, 1944; A 180469. 2547 

Coffman (Ramon Peyton) &• Goodman (Nathan G.)* 
New York. Famous generals and admirals for 
boys and girls. © Apr. 24, 1944; A 180338. 

2548 

[Conn (Kate)]* London. Escape from Berlin, by 
Catherine Klein [pseud.] Translated by Livia 
Laurent [pseud.] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; A ad 
int. 28210; pubd. Feb. 14. 2549 

Colby (Charles C.) Economic geography, by C. C. 
Colby and Alice Foster. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 
180813; Ginn & co., Boston. 2550 

Cole (Jackson) Valley of revenge. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
A 180259; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 2551 

Colean (Miles L.) American housing, problems 
and prospects. The factual findings, by M. L. 
Colean. The program, by The housing commit- 
tee. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180582; Twentieth 
century fund, inc., New York. 2552 



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Coleman (John) Sand hiller, by J. Coleman and 
Beatah H. Coleman. © May 11, 1944; A 180629; 
Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 2553 

Collier (John) Touch of nutmeg and more unlikely 
stories, by J. Collier, with a foreword by Clif- 
ton Fadiman. © Dec. 17, 1943; A 180636; 
Readers club, New York. 2554 

Collins (George Rowland) Marketing. © Apr. 20, 
1944; A 180221; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 2555 

Colver (Alice Ross)* Tenafly, N. J. Fourways. © 
Apr. 24, 1944; A 180422. 2556 

Cooper (David L.)* Los Angeles. What men must 
believe. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 180289. 2557 

Copass (Benjamin Andrew) Isaiah, prince of Old 
Testament prophets. © Apr. 25,1944; A 180643; 
Broadman press, Nashville. 2558 

Corey (Paul)* Cold Spring-on- Hudson, N. Y. Buy 
an acre. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180498. 2559 

Cormack (Maribeile) Road to down under. © May 
8, 1944; A 180591; D. Appleton-Century co.,inc, 
New York. 2560 

Corwin (Edward S.) Constitution and world organi- 
zation. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 180634; Princeton 
univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 2561 

Cothren (Marion B.)* Westport, Conn. Pigeon 
heroes. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 180661. 2562 

Coulton (G. G.) Fourscore years. © May 9, 1944; 
A 180630; Macmillan co., New York. 2563 

Coverack. (Gilbert) ATS mystery. © May 9, 1944; 
A 180549; Macmillan co., New York. 2564 

Crain (G. D.) jr., ed. Teacher of business. © Mar. 
4, 1944; A 180581; Advertising publications, 
inc., Chicago. 2565 

Crippen (Harlan R.) ed. Germany; a self-portrait. 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 180249; Oxford univ. press, 
New York, inc., New York. 2566 

Culleton (R. Gerald)* Taft, Calif. Prophets and 
our times. © Oct. 15, 1943; A 180311. 

2567 

Culwell (Magye) Shock absorbers. © May 1, 1944; 
A 180645; Manthorne & Burack, inc., Boston. 

2568 



Cutler (Ethel) They told about Jesus. © Apr. 28, 
1944; A 180553; Natl, board of the Young wo- 
men's Christian assns. of the United States of 
America. New York. 2569 



Cyclopedia of federal procedure, v. 14. © May 
5, 1944; A 180566; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 

2570 

Dabney (Thomas Ewing) One hundred great years. 
© May 5, 1944; A 180665; Louisiana state univ. 
press, Baton Rouge, La. 2571 



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no. 5, 1944 



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Dampier (William Cecil) Shorter history of science. 
© 1 c. May 3, 1944; A ad int. 28208; pubd. Mar. 
10; Macmillan co., New York. 2572 

Dandy (Walter E.) Intracranial arterial aneurysms. 
© Apr. 12, 1944; A 180203; Comstock pub. co., 
inc., New York. 2573 

Davis (Dale S.) Chemical engineering nomographs. 
1st ed. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180667; McGraw- 
Hill book co., inc., New York. 2574 



Davis (Esme) Esme of Paris. 
180835; Esme Davis Matz, 



) May 22, 1944; A 
New York. 2575 



Davis (Winifred Lemon) Pictorial library primer. 
© May 10, 1944; A 180605; Library research 
service, division of Demco library supplies, 
Madison, Wis. 2576 

Dean (Elizabeth)* Warrington, Fla. Murder a mile 
high. [1st ed.] © Apr. 21, 1944; A 180235. 

2577 

Degan (Joseph P.) New manual of natural touch and 
speed typewriting. [Revisions by Pauline Degan] 
© Oct. 20, 1943; A 180641; Joseph P. Degan pub. 
co., Chicago. 2578 

Delhi (Edna Groff) 2579, 2580 

Little pig that would not get up, by E. G. Deihl. 

(New pictures by] Roberta Paflin. © Apr. 6, 

1944; A 180711. 
Teddy bear that would not sleep, by E. G. Deihl. 

[New pictures by] Roberta Paflin. © Apr. 6, 

1944; A 180710. 
© Samuel Gabriel sons & co., New York. 

De Klein (Jeny) Suffer all children. © Apr. 25, 
1944; A 180571; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadel- 
phia. 2581 



De Leeuw (Cateau)* New York. 
© Dec. 10, 1943; A 180256. 



Hurricane heart. 



Deutsch (Helene) Psychology of woman, v. 1. © 
Apr. 25, 1944; A 180554; Grune & Stratton, inc., 
New York. 2583 

Dickson (Frank D.) Functional disorders of the 
foot, by F. D. Dickson and Rex L. Diveley. © 
Apr. 24, 1944; A 180545; J. B. Lippincott CO., 
Philadelphia. 2584 

Dillistone (F. W.) Significance of the cross. © 
Apr. 7, 1944; A 180299; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 2585 



Divry (George C.)* New York; 
© Feb. 29, 1944; A 180692. 



Greek made easy. 
2586 



Donaldson (Lois) 2587-2590 

Colombia, in story and pictures. © Mar. 24, 

1944; A 180356. 
Guiana, in story and pictures. © Mar. 24, 1944; 

A 180358. 
Newfoundland, in story and pictures. © Mar. 

24, 1944; A 180359. 
Paraguay, in story and pictures. © Mar. 24, 

1944; A 180357. 
© Albert Whitman & co., Chicago. 



Dorland (W. A. Newman) American illustrated 
medical dictionary, by W. A. N. Dorland, with 
the collaboration of E. C. L. Miller. © Apr. 21, 
1944; A 180315; W.B.Saunders co., Philadelphia. 

2591 



Downey (Fairfax)* New York. 
© May 16, 1944; A 180766. 



Jezebel the jeep. 
2592 



Doyle (Fredric) Smoky Ridge, by F. Doyle. Litho- 
graphs by Theresa Kalab. [1st ed.] © Apr. 26, 
1944; A 180527; Longmans, Green & co., inc., 
New York. 2593 

Duncombe (Frances)* Katonah, N. Y, Clarinda. © 
May 1, 1944; A 180463. 2594 



Eberhart (Mignon G.)* Washington, 
night. © May 8, 1944; A 180525. 



Escape the 
2595 



Eberle (Irmengarde)* New York. Nurse! © Apr. 
11, 1944; A 180297. 2596 

Eddy (Sherwood) Century with youth. © Mar. 4, 
1944; A 180725; Internatl. committee of Young 



men's Christian assns., New York. 



2597 



Eden (Rob) Daredevil heart. ( 
180600; Gramercy pub. co. 



May 1, 1944; A 
New York. 

2598 



Elbogen (Ismar) Century of Jewish life. © Apr. 
13, 1944; A 180253; Jewish publication soc. of 
America, Philadelphia. 2599 

Electronic engineering, v. 16, no. 194, Apr., 1944. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1944; A ad int. 28204; pubd. Apr. 
1; Hulton press, ltd., London. 2600 

England (Herbert K.) Listen, my children. © Apr. 
7, 1944; A 180163; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 2601 

Eoff (Sherman H.) Spanish American short stories, 
graded for elementary students, by 1 H. Eoff 
and Paul C. King. © May 9, 1944; A 180548; 
Macmillan co., New York. 2602 

Eppes (Allen) Miss Busybody. © May 1, 1944; A 
180601; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 2603 

Everson (Ida Gertrude) George Henry Calvert, 
American literary pioneer. © May 11, 1944; 
A 180660; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

2604 

Fadner (Frederic) Gentleman giant; the biography 
of Robert Pershing Wadlow.by F. Dadner, assis- 
ted by Harold F. Wadlow. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 
180385; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

2605 

Fairchild (Henry Pratt) ed. Dictionary of sociology. 
© Feb. 15, 1944; A~T80782; Philosophical li- 
brary, inc., New York. 2606 

Farmer (Paul) France reviews its revolutionary 
origins. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180282; Columbia 
univ. press, New York. 2607 

Federal reporter. Second series, v. 139 F. 2d. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; A 180684; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

2608 



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Federal supplement, v. P2. © Apr. 10, 
180402; West pub. co., St. Paul. 



1944; A 
2609 



Felker (C. A.) Aviation mathematics, by C. A. Fel- 
ker, E. A. Schweinhagen [and] H. W. Paine. © 
Apr. 20, 1944; A 180272; Bruce pub. co., Mil- 
waukee. 2610 

Felts (A. M.)* Austin, Tex. Texas civil form book. 
© Mar. 31, 1944; A 180530. 2611 

Fenton (Carroll Lane) & Fenton (Mildred Adams)* 
West Liberty, la. Land we live on. (1st ed.1 © 
May 5, 1944; A 180513. 2612 

Ferrell (Elizabeth) & Ferrell (Margaret)* Cairo, 
W. Va. Full of thy riches. © Apr. 21, 1944; A 
180296. 2613 

Ferris (Helen) Tommy and his dog, Hurry. (1st 
ed.1 © May 5, 1944; A 180511; Helen Ferris 
Tibbets, New York. 2614 

Fichter (Joseph H.) James Laynez, Jesuit. © Apr. 
28, 1944; A 180361; B. Herder book co., St. Louis. 

2615 

Fiero (George W.)* Silver Spring, Md. Condensed 
review of pharmacy. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 180464. 

2616 

Fischer (Markoosha)* Quakertown, Pa. My lives 
in Russia. (1st ed.1 © May 5, 1944; A 180573. 

2617 

Fishwick (Victor Charles) Good farming. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1944; A ad int. 28242; pubd. Mar. 20; 
English universities press, ltd., Bickley, Kent, 
England. 2618 

Fitzgibbon (RusselhH.) ed. Global politics. © Feb. 
10, 1944; A 180533; Regents of the Univ. of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley, Calif. 2619 



Fleischer (Nat)* New York, 
time ring record book. « 
180593. 



Nat Fleischer's all- 

) Apr. 19, 1944; A 

2620 



Florida. Florida statutes annotated, v. 23, 24. © 
Apr. 21, 1944; A 180397, 180398; Harrison co., 
Atlanta & West pub. co., St. PauL 2621, 2622 

Florida and Southern digest, 1809 to date. v. 17, 25. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180680, 180681; West pub. 
co., St. PauL 2623, 2624 

Forgy (Howell M)* Norman, OkL And pass the 
ammunition. © May 22, 1944; A 180833. 2625 

Fox (Sidney A.)* Martinsburg, W. Va. Your eyes. 
© May 15, 1944; A 180771. 2626 

Fraenkel (Osmond K.)* New York. Our civil liber- 
ties. © May 12, 1944; A 180746. 2627 

Fredericksburg, Va. Code of the city of Fredericks- 
burg, Va. 1944. © May 16, 1944; A 180742; 
Michie co., Charlottesville, Va. 2628 

Friskey (Margaret) Corporal Crow. [1st ed.1 © 
Apr. 15, 1944; A 180279; David McKay co., 
Philadelphia. 2629 



Fritchman (Stephen Hole) Men of liberty. © May 

9, 1944; A 180627; Amer. Unitarian assn., Bos- 
ton. 2630 

Fuerbringer (Ludwig Ernest) 80 eventful years. 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 180785; Concordia pub. 
house, St. Louis. 2631 

Fuhr (Hayes M.) Fundamentals of choral expres- 
sion. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180501; University of 
Nebraska press, Lincoln, Neb. 2632 

Fulerson (Roe) My personal pages. © Oct. 1, 
1942; A 180738; Kiwanis inter natl., Chicago. 

2633 

Funk & Wagnalls new standard encyclopedia year 
book for 1943. © Apr. 21, 1944; A 180584; Funk 
& Wagnalls co., New York. 2634 

[Gaddis (Peggy) 1 2635, 2636 

Girl in khaki, by Georgia Craig (pseud. 1 © Jan. 

17, 1944; A 180257. 
Meredith Blake, M. D. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 

180261. 
© Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

Gaer (Joseph)* Washington. Everybody's weather. 
© Apr. 26, 1944; A 180349. 2637 

Gaither (Frances)* New York. Red cock crows. © 
May 16, 1944; A 180707. 2638 

Gallatin (Albert Eugene) Sir Max Beerbohm. © 
Apr. 26, 1944; A 180365; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 2639 

(Gardner (Mary)]* New Wilmington, Pa. Mom 
counted six. iByl Mac Gardner. (1st ed.1 © 
May 10, 1944; A 180613. 2640 

Garrett (Garet) Time is born. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 
180555; Pantheon books, inc., New York. 2641 

(Garst (Doris Shannon)! Custer, fighter of the 
plains, by Shannon Garst. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 
180472; Julian Messner, inc., New York. 

2642 

(Gash (Marie Manning)]* Washington. Ladies now 
and then, by Beatrice Fairfax (Marie Manning) 
(1st ed.1 © May 1, 1944; A 180712. 2643 

Gatti (Ellen) Exploring we would go. © Mar. 27, 
1944; A 180393; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 2644 

Gauss (Marianne) Adventure in the west. © Apr. 

10, 1944; A 180292; M. Gauss & Charlotte W. 
Gauss, Greeley, CoL 2645 

Gilbert (Clark R.)* Carterville, Mo. Devotions 
for youth. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 180759. 2646 



Gildersleeve (Virginia C.) On education, by Rich- 
ard Livingstone, with a foreword by V. C. 
Gildersleeve. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180246; Mac. 
millan co., New York. 2647 



Gilman (William)* Arlington, Vt. 
front. © May 10, 1944; A 180621. 



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Girl scouts, inc.,* New York. Leadership of girl 
scout troops. © Oct. 25, 1943; A 180640. 2649 

Glass (Frederick C.) Adventures with the Bible in 
Brazil. © Apr. 3, 1944; A 180528; Loizeaux 
bros., New York. 2650 

Gode (Alexander) Portuguese at sight. © Dec. 29, 
1943; A 180502; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New 
York. 2651 

Goebel (Julius) jr. Law enforcement in colonial 
New York. [By] J. Goebel, jr. [and] T.Raymond 
Naughton. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180411; Common- 
wealth fund, New York. 2652 

Gohdes (Clarence) American literature in nine- 
teenth-century England. © May 10, 1944; A 
180610; Columbia univ. press, New York. 2653 

Good (Carter V.) comp. Abstracts of graduate 
theses in education, Teachers college, Univer- 
sity of Cincinnati, 1940-1943. Compiled and 
edited by C. V. Good and Gordon Hendrickson. 
v. 4. © Apr. 6, 1944; A 180374; Teachers col- 
lege, Univ. of Cincinnati, Cincinnati. 2654 

Goodrich (Leland M.) Documents on American 
foreign relations, v. 5. Edited by L. M. Good- 
rich and Marie J. CarrolL © Apr. 17, 1944; A 
180412; World peace foundation, Boston. 2655 

Gordon (Benjamin Lee) Romance of medicine. © 
May 12, 1944; A 180728; F. A. Davis co., Phila- 
delphia. 2656 

Graham (Alberta Powell) Thirty-one roads to the 
White house. ©May 16, 1944; A 180729; Thom- 
as Nelson & sons, New York. 2657 

Graham (Frank)* New Rochelle, N. Y. McGraw of 
the Giants. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180452. 2658 

Grant (Julius) ed. Jackh's chemical dictionary. © 
May 15, 1944; A 180732; Blakiston co., Phila- 
delphia. 2659 

Gray (Wade S.)* Omaha. Her last performance. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; A 180637. 2660 

Great Britain. Admiralty. East of Malta, west of 

Suez. © 1 c. May 27, 1943; A ad int. 28220; 

pubd. Mar. 19; His Majesty's stationery office, 

London. 2661 

Air ministry. There's freedom in the air. © 

1 c. May 13, 1944; A ad int. 28230; pubd. Mar. 
1; Controller of His Britannic Majesty's station- 
ery office, London. 2662 

Green (Shoshone) Rampage in the Rockies. © May 
1, 1944; A 180595; Phoenix press, New York. 

2663 

Greenberg (David B.) So you're going to buy a farm, 
by D. B. Greenberg and Charles Corbin. © Apr. 
24, 1944; A 180377; Greenberg, publisher, inc., 
New York. 2664 

Greenbie (Marjorie Barstow)* Penobscot, Me. 
Lincoln's daughters of mercy. © May 5, 1944; 
A 180516. 2665 



Greene (William Chase) Moira; fate, good, and 
evil in Greek thought. © May 16, 1944; A 180818; 
President & fellows df Harvard college, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 2666 

Greer (Blanche) Thunder's tail. © Apr. 24, 1944; 
A 180233; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 

2667 

Gregory (Elizabeth Hiatt)* San Fernando, Calif. 
Show window of life. [1st ed.] © Apr. 5, 1944; 
A 180691. 2668 

Grigg (Edward) British commonwealth. © Apr. 24, 
1944; A 180264; Liveright pub. Corp., New York. 

2669 

[Griner (Emilia)] Juan y Maria, por Emilia y 
Aurelia. © Oct. 28, 1943; A 180252; Thomas Y. 
Crowell co., New York. 2670 

Grisbrook (H.) Pictorial guide to machine shop 
practice, by H. Grisbrook and C. Phillipson. 
© May 17, 1944; A 180726; Emerson books, inc., 
New York. 2671 

Groves (G. I.)* Chicago. Famous American In- 
dians. © Apr. 22, 1944; A 180228. 2672 

Gruenberg (Benjamin C.) Biology and man, by B. 
C. Gruenberg and N. Eldred Bingham. © Mar. 
23, 1944; A 180814; Ginn & co., Boston. 2673 

Gucker (Frank Thomson) jr. Physical chemistry, 
by F. T. Gucker, jr., and William Buell Meldrum. 
© May 8, 1944; A 180628; Amer. book co., New 
York. 2674 

Gustaf son (A. F.) Conservation in the United States, 
by A. F. Gustaf son, C. H. Guise, W. J. Hamilton, 
jr. [and] H. Ries. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 180592; 
Comstock pub. co., inc., Ithaca, N. Y. 2675 

Haas (Velma Robinson) Daniel Shuster, 1752-1818; 
genealogical and historical records of his de- 
scenders to 1943. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180274; 
Arthur G. Skeeles, Columbus, O. 2676 

Hagelstein (Robert)* Mineola, N. Y. Mycetozoa of 
North America. © May 3, 1944; A 180488. 

2677 

Haines (Charles Grove) Role of the Supreme court 
in American government and politics, 1789- 
1835. © Feb. 14, 1944; A 180539; Regents of the 
Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. 2678 

Hall (James Norman)* Papeete, Tahiti. Lost Is- 
land. [1st ed.] © May 22, 1944; A 180831. 

2679 

Hancock (John Russell)* Wellington, New Zealand. 
Plan for action. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1944; A ad int. 
28223; pubd. Mar. 20. 2680 

Hansen (Alvin H.) State and local finance in the 
national economy, by A. H. Hansen and Harvey 
S. Perloff. [1st ed.] © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180284; 
W. W. Norton & co., inc., New York. 2681 

Har court-Smith (Simon)* London. Cardinal of 
Spain. [1st American ed.] © May 15, 1944; A 
180773. 2682 



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Harley (J. Eugene)* Los Angeles. Woodrow Wil- 
son still lives— his world ideals triumphant. © 
Mar. 22, 1944; A 180293. 2683 

[Harper (Florence Campbell)] Mezzo; the selected 
poems of Pricella Grey [pseud.] © Dec. 29, 
1942; A 180791; Charles Leslie Harper, Tex- 
arkana, Tex. 2684 

Harrington (Vernon C.) Problem of human suffer- 
ing, by V. C. Harrington. [Revisions by Eliza- 
beth Bowles Harrington] © Apr. 12, 1944; A 
180788; Elizabeth Bowles Harrington, Middle- 
bury, Vt. 2685 

Harris (Jessie W.), Anders (Ida A.)* Knoxville, 
Tenn. & Tate (Mildred t.)* Blacksburg, Va. 
Everyday living. © May 2, 1944; A 180449. 

2686 

Hayes (Dorsha B.)* New York. Chicago, cross- 
roads of American enterprise. ©Apr. 5, 1944; 
A 180471. 2687 

Healy (Tim) More lives than one. © May 22, 1944; 
A 180837; D. Appleton-Century co., inc., New 
York. 2688 

Hedworth (Barbara) All that we share. © Jan. 
17, 1944; A 180258; Arcadia house, inc., New 
York. 2689 

Heldenbrand (Howard V.)* Pontiac, Mich. Front 
office psychology. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 180312. 

2690 

Heldt (Peter Martin)* Nyack, N. Y. Torque con- 
verters or transmissions. © May 20, 1944; A 

2691 



Henderson (James M.) Wisconsin probate law and 
practice, v. 1, 2. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180414; 
Callaghan & co., Chicago. 2692 

Herbert (F. Hugh)* Hollywood, Calif. Meet CorUss 
Archer. © May 15, 1944; A 180824. 2693 

Herring (Benjamin Oscar) Studies in the prophets. 
© Apr. 14, 1944; A 180644; Broadman press, 
Nashville. 2694 

Herrmann (George R.) Synopsis of diseases of the 
heart and arteries. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 180271; 
C. V. Mpsby co., St. Louis. 2695 

Hershon (Jerome L.)* New York. Torah readings. 
© May 3, 1944; A 180461. 2696 

Hires (Harrison)* Philadelphia. For my children. 
© Dec. 22, 1943; A 180381. 2697 

Hoagland (Kathleen)* Rutherford, N. J. Fiddler in 
the sky. [1st ed.] © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180171. 

2698 

Hochbaum (H. Albert) Canvasback on a prairie 
marsh. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 180267; Amer. 
wildlife institute, Washington. 2699 

Hoerber (Robert George)* St. Louis. Theme of 
Plato's republic. © May 1, 1944; A 180476. 

2700 



Hoffman (Ross J. S.) Durable peace. [1st ed. ] © 
May 4, 1944; A 180526; Oxford univ. press, New 
York, inc., New York. 2701 

Hogner (Dorothy Childs)* New York. Our Ameri- 
can horse. © May 2, 1944; A 180432. 2702 

Hoh (Paul J.) Parish practice. © May 11, 1944; A 
180625; Muhlenberg press, Philadelphia. 2703 

Holmes (Fred L«)* Madison, Wis. Old world Wis- 
consin. © May 1, 1944; A 180735. 2704 

Holzner (Joseph) Paul of Tarsus, by J, Holzner. 
Translated by Frederic C. Eckhoff. © May 19, 
1944; A 180783; B. Herder book co., St. Louis. 

2705 

Hopkirk (Howard William) Institutions serving 
children. © May 3, 1944; A 180428; .Russell 
Sage foundation, inc., New York. 2706 

Hosie (Dorothea) Pool of Ch'ien Lung. © 1 c. Apr. 
27, 1944; A ad int. 28198; pubd. Mar. 13; Hodder 
& Stoughton, ltd., London. 2707 

Hubbard (Rolla) Airplane engine mechanics, by R. 
Hubbard and Augustin Dilworth. 1st ed. © Apr. 
11, 1944; A 180351; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 2708 

Hudson (Wilbur G.)* Chicago. Conveyors and re- 
lated equipment. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 180199. 

2709 

Huggenvik (Theodore) Your key to the Bible. © 
Mar. 20, 1944; A 180230; Augsburg pub. house, 
Minneapolis. 2710 

Hughes (Dorothy B.)* Santa Fe, N. M. Delicate 
ape. [War ed. 1st ed.] © Feb. 24, 1944; A 
180341. 2711 

Hughes (William Leonard) Sports, their organiza- 

. tion and administration, by W. L. Hughes and 

Jesse Feiring Williams. © May 1, 1941; A 

180444; A. S. Barnes & co., inc., New York. 

2712 

[Humphries (Adelaide)l 2713, 2714 

Leave my heart alone, by Kathleen Harris 

[pseud.] © Dec. 10, 1943; A 180262. 
Substitute nurse. © Jan. 17, 1944; A 180260. 
© Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

Hunt (Elizabeth Pinney) Evidence. © Apr. 25, 
1944; A 180386; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

2715 



Hunt (Howard)* New York. Limit of darkness. © 
May 17, 1944; A 180822. 2716 

Hunt (Mabel Leigh)* Indianapolis. Young man of 
the house. [1st ed,l © May 1, 1944; A 180489. 

2717 

Hutchens (Paul) Morning flight. © May 10, 1944; A 
180646; Wm. B. Eerdmans pub. CO., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 2718 

Hyamson (Moses)* New York. Duties of the heart. 
© Mar. 18, 1944; A 180313. 2719 



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no. 5, 1944 



[Hyland (William A.)l Cancer. © Jan. 20, 1944; A 
180652; Michigan state medical soc. & Michigan 
department of health, Lansing, Mich. 2720 

Ilin (M.) Ring and a riddle, by M. Ilin and E. Segal. 
Translated by Beatrice Kinkead. © May 1, 
1944; A 180713; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadel- 
phia. 2721 

Illustrated London news. v. 204. 2722-2724 

No. 5476, Apr. 1, 1944. © 1 c. May 2, 1944; A 

ad int. 28207; pubd. Apr. 1. 
No. 5477, Apr. 8, 1944. © 1 c. May 12, 1944; A 

ad int. 28226; pubd. Apr. 8. 
No. 5478, Apr. 15, 1944. © 1 c. May 16, 1944; 

A ad int. 28236; pubd. Apr. 15. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Informative classroom picture publishers,* Grand 
Rapids, Mich. Teaching with pictures. [Index 
guidel © Jan. 18, 1944; A 180721. 2725 

Jackson 0- Hugh) Accounting principles. © Apr. 

19, 1944; A 180413; Charles R. Hadley co., Los 
Angeles. 2726 

Jackson (Winifred Virginia) Selected poems, by 
W. V. Jackson and Ralph Temple Jackson. © 
May 3, 1944; A 180561; Ralph Dighton Jackson, 
Boston. 2727 

Jacob (Naomi)* Kensington, England. White wool. 
© 1 c. May 18, 1944; A ad int. 28237; pubd. Mar. 
23. 2728 

Jacobs (Milton C.)* New York. New York law of 
accidents. © May 3, 1944; A 180477. 

2729 

James (Griffith) Room for love. © May 1, 1944; 
A 180598; Phoenix press, New York. 2730 

Jaynes (Clare) pseud . These are the times. © Apr. 

20, 1944; A 180736; Random house, inc., New 
York. 2731 

Jenkins (Burris) Jr ,* New York. Father Meany 
and the Fighting 69th. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180329. 

2732 

Jennings (Burgess H.) Internal combustion engines, 
by B. H. Jennings and Edward F. Obert. 1st ed. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; A 180236; Internatl. textbook 
co., Scranton, Pa. 2733 

[Jervis (Vera Murdock Stuart)] Masquerade, by 
Jane England [pseud.] © July 10, 1943; A 180335; 
Arcadia house, inc., New York. 2734 

Johnson (Harry J.) Invitation to health. © May 5, 
1944; A 180778; Prentice-Hall, inc., New York. 

2735 



Johnson (Jack)* Evansville, Ind. 
sion inspection problems. © 
180654. 



Advanced preci- 

Mar. 29, 1944; A 

2736 



Johnston (S. Paul)* Washington. Wings after war. 
[1st ed.l © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180345. 2737 

Jones (Howard Mumford) Ideas in America. © 
May 17, 1944; A 180817; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mi.ss. 2738 



2757 



Jordan (Edward B.) Inauguration of The Right Rev- 
erend Monsignor Patrick Joseph McCormick, 
Ph. D., as rector of the University. © Apr. 25, 
1944; A 180330; Catholic univ. of America press, 
Washington. 2730 

Jordan (G. Ray) We believe. © Mar. 13, 1944: A 
180799; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 2740 



Jordan (Mildred)* Reading, Pa. Shoo-fly pie. 
ed.] © May 15, 1944; A 180774. 



[1st 
2741 



Joscelyn (Archie) Boss of the Northern Star. © 
May 1, 1944; A 180599; Phoenix press, New York. 

2742 

Kasanin (J. S.) ed. Language and thought in schiz- 
ophrenia. Collected papers. © Jan. 12, 1944; A 
180532; Regents of the Univ. of California, Berk- 
eley, Calif. 2743 

Kaun (Alexander) Soviet poets and poetry. © Sept. 
29, 1943; A 180534; Regents of the Univ. of 
California, Berkeley, Calif. 2744 

Keating (Lawrence A.)* New York. Highview mys- 
tery. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 180468. 2745 

Keene (Carolyn) Secret in the old well. © May 15, 
1944; A 180699; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 2746 

Kees (Weldon)* New York. Last man. © Sept. 15, 
1943; A 180608. 2747 

Kelly (Harold C.) Practical course in horology. 
© Apr. 12, 1941; A 180378; Manual arts press, 
Peoria, III. 2748 

Kennedy (James William) Vaginal hysterectomy, 
by J. W. Kennedy and Archibald Donald Camp- 
bell. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180333; F. A. Davis 
co., Philadelphia. 2749 

Kenyon (John Samuel)* Hiram, O. American pro- 
nunciation. © July 1, 1943; A 180336. 2750 

Kersh (Gerald)* London. Faces in a dusty picture. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; A ad int. 28201; pubd. Feb. 
28. 2751 

King (Rufus)* Rouses Point, N. Y. Case of the 
dowager's etchings. [1st ed.] © May 5, 1944; A 
180512. 2752 

Kinsella (Albert S.) Lincoln library of essential 
information. © May 10, 1944; A 180609; Fron- 
tier press co., Buffalo. 2753 

Klatt (Margarete)* New York. Meine welt. © Dec. 
15, 1943; A 180376. 2754 

Knotts (Raymond)* Chicago. And the deep blue sea. 
(War ed.] © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180348. 2755 

Kock (Adrienne) ed. Life and selected writings of 
Thomas Jefferson. Edited, and with an intro- 
duction, by A. Koch and William Peden. © May 
8, 1944; A 180524; Random house, inc., New 
York. 2756 

Kofod (Hattie Lumbard)* Rochester, N. Y. Home 
in the woods. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 180751. 2757 



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Kohn (Hans)* Northampton, Mass. Idea of nation- 
alism. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180247. 2758 

Koht (Halvdan) Voice of Norway, by H. Koht and 
Sigmund Skard. © Apr. 29, 1944; A 180390; Co- 
lumbia univ. press, New York. 2759 

Kolmer (John A.) Clinical diagnosis by laboratory 
examinations. 1st ed.— rev. © Apr. 24, 1944; 
A 180388; D. Appleton-Century co., inc., New 
York. 2760 

Kootz (Samuel M.) Puzzle in petticoats. © May 
10, 1944; A 180576; Crown publishers, New 
York. 2761 

Kraus (Rene)* Brattleboro, Vt. Old master. [1st 
ed.l © May 4, 1944; A 180486. 2762 

Kuhn (Hedwig S.) Industrial ophthalmology. © 
Apr. 6, 1944; A 180275; C. V. Mosby CO., St. 
Louis. 2763 



Kyle (Elisabeth) pseud . 2764, 2765 

Behind the waterfall. © 1 c Dec. 20, 1943; A 

ad int. 28195; pubd. Oct. 18. 
Pleasure dome. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1943; A ad int. 

28196; pubd. Oct. 18. 
© Agnes Mary Dunlop, The Bield, Ayr, Scotland. 

[Lake (J. B.)l Third degree, by Joe Barry [pseud.] 
© Nov. 5, 1943; A 180288; Arcadia house, inc., 
New York. 2766 

Landauer (Carl) Theory of national economic plan- 
ning. © Mar. 3, 1944; A 180536; Regents of the 
Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. 2767 

Landheer (Bartholomew) ed. The Netherlands. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; A 180535; Regents of the Univ. 
of California, Berkeley, Calif. 2768 

Langewiesche (Wolfgang) Stick and rudder. [By] 
W. Langewiesche. Special appendix on The dan- 
gers of the air, by Leighton Collins. © Mar. 
20, 1944; A 180586; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 2769 

Lanning (John Tate) Brief description of the prov- 
ince of Carolina on the coasts of Floreda. © 
Apr. 28, 1944; A 180639; University of Virginia, 
Charlottesville, Va. 2770 

[Lansing (Elisabeth H.)]* Providence. Sandra 
Mitchell stands by, by Martha Johnson [pseud.] 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180503. 2771 

Lasher (M H.) Logging chance. [1st ed.] ©Apr. 
24, 1944; A 180323; John C. Winston co., Phila- 
delphia. 2772 

Laski (Harold Joseph)* London. Faith, reason and 
civilisation. © 1 c. May 9, 1944; A ad int. 28221; 
pubd. Mar. 13. 2773 



Lee (Amy Freeman) 
5, 1944; A 180157 
Boston. 



Critic's notebook. © 
Manthorne & Burack, 



Apr. 
inc., 
2774 



Leighton (Margaret) Secret of the closed gate. © 
May 8, 1944; A 180588; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 2775 



Leon (Derrick)* Priestwood, Near Great Missen- 
den, Bucks., England. Tolstoy, his life and work. 
© 1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; A ad int. 28199; pubd. Mar. 
3. 2776 

Lerner (Abba P.) Economics of control. © May 
16, 1944; A 180781; Macmillan co., New York. 

2777 

Lester (Ralph P.) ed. Look to the East. © Feb. 25, 
1944; A 180434; P. R. C. publications, inc., Chi- 
cago. 2778 

Levandis (John A.) Greek foreign debt and the 
great powers, 1821-1898. © May 19, 1944; A 
180809; Columbia univ. press, New York. 2779 

Lewis (Ralph M.) Behold the sign. [1st ed.] © 
Apr. 26, 1944; A 160462; Supreme grand lodge 
of A.M.O.R.C., inc., San Jose, Calif. 2780 

Ley (Willy)* New York. Rockets, the future of 
travel beyond the stratosphere. © May 12, 
1944; A 180745. 2781 

Lief (Alfred)* New York. Camillus. © Apr. 14, 
1944; A 180363. 2782 

Loeb (Isidor) ed. Debates of the Missouri con- 
stitutional convention of 1875. Edited by I. 
Loeb and Floyd C. Shoemaker, v. 12. © Apr. 
1, 1944; A 180754; State historical soc. of 
Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 2783 

LonCoske (Eunice Mildred)* Ridgway, Pa. Heart 
knows this. © May 1, 1944; A 180786. 2784 

Longstreth (T. Morris) Tad Lincoln, the president's 
son. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180298; Westminster 
press, Philadelphia. 2785 

Lor an (Erie) Cezanne's composition. © Nov. 1, 
1943; A 180541; Regents of the Univ. of Cali- 
fornia, Berkeley, Calif. 2786 

Lord (Daniel A.) Some notes for the guidance of 
parents. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180237; Queen's 
work, inc., St. Louis. 2787 

Louisiana and Southern digest, 1809 to date. v. 17, 
25. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180678, 180679; West 
pub. co., St. Paul. 2788, 2789 

Lyons (John Gordon)* London. Classic wonder 
tales. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1943; A ad int. 28200; 
pubd. Oct. 20. 2790 

MacDonald (William Colt) Three mesquiteers. 
[1st ed.] © May 5, 1944; A 180509; Allan Wil- 
liam Colt MacDonald, Laguna Beach, Calif. 

2791 

McDowell (Laura Banks)* Clinton, Miss. Down 
ways of wonder. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 180803. 

2792 

McDowell (Tremaine) ed. America in literature. 
© May 4, 1944; A 180653; F. S. Crofts & CO., 
inc., New York. 2793 

McGregor (James H.) Voices from tepee land. © 
Apr. 20, 1944; A 180568; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 2794 



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2832 



McHenry (R. B.) How to supervise. [By] R. B. 
McHenry and Reed Clement. © Apr. 25, 1944; 
A 180352; Natl, foremen's Institute, inc., Deep 
River, Conn. 2795 

Mcintosh (Colin Hugh) Long-range flight. 1st ed. 
© May 9, 1944; A 180666; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 2796 

Mackenzie (Compton) Mr. Roosevelt. © May 9, 
1944; A 180583; E. P. Dutton & CO., inc., New 
York. 2797 

Mackintosh (James M.) War and mental health in 
England. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 180239; Common- 
wealth fund, New York. 2798 

McKittrick (Myrtle M.)* Areata, Calif. Vallejo, 
son of California. [1st ed.] © Apr. 14, 1944; A 
180657. 2799 

Maclean (Catherine Macdonald)* London. Fare- 
well to Tharrus. © May 16, 1944; A 180704. 

2800 

McVicker (Daphne Alloway)* Columbus, O. Queen 
was in the kitchen. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 180585. 

2801 



Maisel (Albert Q.)« 
back. [1st ed.] 



Ossining, N. Y. Wounded get 
> May 11, 1944; A 180664. 

2802 



Mandonnet (Pierre) St. Dominic and his work, by 
P. Mandonnet. Translated by Sister Mary Bene- 
dicta Larkin. © May 2, 1944; A 180483; B. 
Herder book co., St. Louis. 2803 

Mann (Carl) Air heraldry. [1st ed.] © May 5, 
1944; A 180695; Robert M. McBride & co., New 
York. 2804 

Marcoux (Harvey Lee) Business correspondence, 
by H. L. Marcoux, in collaboration with Charles 
Austin Bates. [Revisions by William T. Living- 
ston] © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180563; Alexander 
Hamilton institute, inc., New York. 2805 

Mason (Henry Lowell)* Boston. Hymn-tunes of 
Lowell Mason. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 180430. 2806 

Massachusetts. Annotated laws of Massachusetts. 
[1933] v. 1, recompiled 1944. © Apr. 26, 1944; 
A 180423; Michie co., Charlottesville, Va. & 
Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, N. 
Y. 2807 

Matheson (Robert) Entomology for introductory 
courses. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180204; Comstock 
pub. co., inc., Ithaca, N. Y. 2808 

Mathews (Basil) Paul, the dauntless. © Apr. 7, 
1944; A 180372; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 2809 

Maugham (William Somerset)* ' New York. Razor's 
edge. [1st ed.] © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180769. 

2810 

Mayer (Joseph)* New York. Impolite mirror. © 
May 2, 1944; A 180482. 2811 

Mead (James M)* Washington. Tell the folks back 
home. © May 8, 1944; A 180590. 2812 



Meadow (Herb) Uncertain glory. © May 15, 
1944; A 180698; Warner bros. pictures, inc., New 



York. 



2813 



Meadowcroft (Enid La Monte) Silver for General 
Washington. © May 16, 1944; A 180758; Thomas 
Y. Crowell co., New York. 2814 

Means (Florence Crannell) Peter of the mesa. © 
May 3, 1944; A 180727; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 2815 

Mellon (M. G.) Quantitative analysis record book. 
© May 10, 1944; A 180789; Thomas Y. Crowell 
co., New York. 2816 

Mezerik (Avrahm G.) Care and repair of build- 
ings and equipment. © May 10, 1944; A 180615; 
Harper & bros., New York. 2817 

Michelson (Charles)* Washington. Ghost talks. © 
May 1, 1944; A 180515. 2818 

Miers (Earl Schenck) Grass roots. © Apr. 26, 
1944; A 180302; Westminster press, Philadel- 
phia. 2819 

Miller (J. Hillis) Role of higher education in war 
and after, by J. H. Miller and Dorothy V. N. 
Brooks. [1st ed.l © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180170; 
Harper & bros., New York. 2820 

Mises (Ludwig von) Omnipotent government. © 
May 2, 1944; A 180497; Yale univ. press, New 
Haven. 2821 

Mississippi and Southern digest, 1809 to date. v. 
17, 25. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180676, 180677; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 2822, 2823 

Missouri. Missouri revised statutes annotated, v. 
31, 32. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 180399, 180400; 
West pub. co., St. Paul & Vernon law book co., 
Kansas City, Mo. 2824, 2825 

Supreme court . Reports of cases determined. 

v. 351. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180319; Marion 
Spicer, Jefferson City, Mo. 2826 

Mitchell (Ruth Comfort) They shall come again. © 
May 22, 1944; A 180836; D. Appleton- Century 
co., inc., New York. 2827 

Moehlman (Conrad Henry) School and church. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 19,1944; A 180172; Harper & bros., 
New York. 2828 

Moll (Aristides A.) Aesculapius in Latin America. 
© May 4, 1944; A 180519; W. B. Saunders CO., 
Philadelphia. 2829 

Montgomery (Elizabeth) Three friends, by E. 
Montgomery and Dorothy Baruch. William S. 
Gray, reading director. © Apr. 29, 1944; A 
180494; Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago. 2830 

Moore (Stella Kilgore) Thoughts of an ordinary 
woman. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180266; Christo- 
pher pub. house, Boston. 2831 

More acids and bases. A collection of papers, by 
David Davidson, W. F. Luder[and others] © Apr. 
4, 1944; A 180223; Journal of chemical education, 
Easton, Pa. 2832 



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Morgan (Charles) House of Macmillan, 1843-1943. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180404; Macmillan co., New 
York. 2833 

Morton (Jane) Blackbirds on the lawn. © Apr. 24, 
1944; A 180231; Coward-McCann, inc., New 
York. 2834 

Muller (Frederick William) Public rural electri- 
fication. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 180624; Amer. 
council on public affairs, Washington. 2835 

Mumford (Lewis)* Amenia, N. Y. Condition of 
man. [1st ed.] © May 18, 1944; A 180816. 

2836 

Nash (Ernest)* New York. Roman towns. © May 
22, 1944; A 180829. 2837 

Nebraska. University,* Lincoln, Neb. Abstracts 
of doctoral dissertations. 1943. © Mar. 9, 
1944; A 180441. 2838 

New international year book. A compendium of the 
world's progress for the year 1943. © Apr. 14, 
1944; A 180487; Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

2839 

New Jersey miscellaneous reports; cases from 
Jan. 1, 1943, to Jan. 1, 1944. v. 21. © Apr. 3, 
1944; A 180396; Soney & Sage co., Newark, N. J. 

2840 



New wonder world, [v.] 1-11. 
180722; George L. Shuman 



© May 15, 1944; A 

& co., Chicago. 

2841 



New York (State ) Consoldiated laws of New York, 
annotated. Book 39, pts. 1, 2. © Apr. 18, 1944; 
A 180394, 180395; Edward Thompson co., New 
York. 2842, 2843 

New York supplement. Second series, v. 45 N. Y. 
S. 2d. ©Apr. 28, 1944; A 180689; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 2844 

Nicholl (Helen R.) ed, Geography of the peace. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 10, 1944; A 180286; Harcourt, 
Brace & co., inc., New York. 2845 

Norby (Haakon) Questions and answers for deck 
officers. 1st ed. © Mar. 28, 1944; A 180366; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 2846 

Norlie (Olaf Morgan) Norlie collection of English 
Bibles. © May 3, 1944; A 180658; Saint Olaf 
college, Northfield, Minn. 2847 

North eastern reporter. Second series, v. 52 N. E. 
2d. © Apr. 24, 1944; A 180673; West pub. CO., 
St. PauL 2848 

North western reporter. Second series, v. 12 N. W. 
2d. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 180686; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 2849 

Northwestern university, Evanston, III. Graduate 
school. Summaries of doctoral dissertations. 
June-August, 1943. ©.Apr. 25, 1944; A 180739; 
Northwestern univ., Evanston, III. 2850 

Notkin (Louis M.) ed, Mother. An anthology. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; A 180606; Samuel Curl, inc., New 
York. 2851 



Nourse (Edwin G.) Price making in a democracy. 
© Apr. 6, 1944; A 180158; Brookings institution, 
Washington. 2852 

Nyberg (Joseph A.) Fundamentals of plane geometry. 
© Apr. 19, 1944; A 180305; Amer. book co., 
New York. 2853 

O'Connor (Michael J. L.) Origins of academic e- 
conomics in the United States. © Apr. 24, 1944; 
A 180281; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

2854 

Ogilvie (Frank L.) Sheet metal pattern drafting 
made easy. © May 6, 1944; A 180558; Sheet 
metal publication co., New York. 2855 

Ohio. Courts. Ohio opinions. Reports of cases 
argued and determined, v. 27. Oct., 1943-Apr., 
1944. © May 22, 1944; A 180828; W. H. Ander- 
son co. & Ohio law reporter co., Cincinnati. 



Courts of appeals. Reports of cases argued 

and determined, v. 71. © May 9, 1944; A 
180741; J. L. W. Henney, for the state of Ohio, 
Columbus, O. 2857 

Olsen (D. B.) Cat wears a noose. [1st ed.] © 
Apr. 21, 1944; A 180234; Doubleday, Doran & 
co., inc., New York. 2858 

Opdycke (John B.)* New York. Say what you mean. 
© Apr. 14, 1944; A 180542. 2859 



Orchard (W. E.) 'Humanity. 
Whither? © May 11, 1944; 
pub. co., Milwaukee. 



What? Whence? 
A 180752; Bruce 



Osgood (Harriett) Yukon River children. © Apr. 
13, 1944; A 180427; Oxford univ. press, New 
York, inc., New York. 2861 

Owen (John Wilson) Short history of the church of 
the United brethren in Christ. © Apr. 6, 1944; 
A 180409; General board of Christian education, 
United brethren in Christ, Dayton. 2862 

Oxnam (G. Bromley) Facing the future unafraid. 
© Apr. 7, 1944; A 180166; Fleming H. Revell 
co., New York. 2863 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 144 P. 2d. © 
Apr. 28, 1944; A 180688; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

OOCi 



Page (James R.)* Los Angeles. I. N. Van Nuys, 
1835-1912. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 180332. 

2865 

Palgrave (Francis Turner) comp. Palgrave'sThe 
golden treasury, to which is appended The 
rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam, with an introduction 
by Louis Untermeyer. © May 8, 1944; A 180521; 
Random house, inc., New York. 2866 

Parker (Harold T.) Three Napoleonic battles. © 
May 3, 1944; A 180579; Duke univ. press, Dur- 
ham, N. C. 2867 

Parrish (Robert)* Des Moines. For magicians 
only. © Apr. 10, 1944; A 180290. 2868 



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2905 



Pattison (Walter T.) La fuente de las calaveras. 
© May 3, 1944; A 180651; F. S. Crofts & co., 
inc., New York. 2869 

Pauly (Karl B.)* Columbus, O. Bricker of Ohio. 
© Mar. 31, 1944; A 180450. 2870 

[Pedler (Ann Isabel Stafford)]* London. Army 
without banners, by Ann Stafford. © 1 c. Dec. 
28, 1942; A ad int. 28215; pubd. Oct. 26. 2871 

Pelner (Louis) Diet therapy of disease. © May 1, 
1944; A 180763; Personal diet service, New 
York. 2872 

Perry (Thomas D.) Modern wood adhesives. © 
May 2, 1944; A 180638; Pitman pub. Corp., New 
York. 2873 

Phillips (Ted)* Pikesville, Md. Memory Lane. 
Series 1. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 180794. 2874 

Picture post. v. 23. 2875-2878 

No. 1, Apr. 1, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; A 

ad int. 28205; pubd. Mar. 29. 
No. 2, Apr. 8, 1944. © 1 c. May 9, 1944; A ad 

int. 28222; pubd. Apr. 5. 
No. 3 S Apr. 15, 1944. © 1 c. May 20, 1944; A ad 

int. 28243; pubd. Apr. 12. 
No. 4, Apr. 22, 1944. © 1 c. May 20, 1944; A 

ad int. 28244; pubd. Apr. 19. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Pierce (Elinore Mapes) Prayers of the Bible. © 
Jan. 18, 1944; A 180529; Judson press, Phila- 
delphia. 2879 

Pietri (Arturo Uslar) Las lanzas coloradas, por 
A. U. Pietri. Edited, with introduction, notes, 
exercises and vocabulary, by Donald Devenish 
Walsh, fist ed.l © May 5, 1944; A 180743; W. 
W. Norton & co., inc., New York. 2880 

Pink (Louis H.) Freedom from fear. [1st ed.] © 
May 10, 1944; A 180616; Harper & bros., New 
York. 2881 

Popkin (Zelda)* New York. So much blood. © 
Apr. 25, 1944; A 180391. 2882 

Porter (Elizabeth Cannon) Cortes the conqueror. 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 180570; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 2883 

Pratt (Theodore)* North Hollywood, Calif. Thunder 
Mountain. © Apr. 21, 1944; A 180346. 2884 

Price (George Ward)* London. Giraud and the 
African scene. © May 16, 1944; A 180705. 

2885 

Prochnow (Herbert Victor) Great stories from 
great lives. [1st ed.] ©May 10, 1944; A 180618; 
Harper & bros., New York. 2886 

Proctor (Everitt) Last cruise of the Jeannette. © 
May 15, 1944; A 180717; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 2887 

Pudney (John Sleigh)* Dunmow, Essex, England. 
Flight above cloud. [1st ed.l © May 10, 1944; A 
180612. 2888 



Pulford (Alfred) & Pulford (Dayton Turner)* To- 
ledo. Homoeopathic materia medica of graphic 
drug pictures and clinical comments, by Pulford. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; A 180734. 2889 

Pullen (Roscoe L.)^d. Medical diagnosis, applied 
physical diagnosis. © Apr. 21, 1944; A 180251; 
W. B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 2890 

Punch, v. 206. 2891-2893 

No. 5378, Mar. 1, 1944. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28202; pubd. Mar. 1. 
No. 5380, Mar. 15, 1944. © 1 c. May 11, 1944; 

A ad int. 28229; pubd. Mar. 15. 
No. 5383, Apr. 5, 1944. © 1 c. May 6, 1944; A 

ad int. 28211; pubd. Apr. 5. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Punshon (Ernest Robertson)* London. Night's 
cloak. © 1 c. May 19, 1944; A ad int. 28238; 
pubd. Apr. 10. 2894 

Quarterly cumulative index medicus. v. 34. July- 
Dec, 1943. © May 13, 1944; A 180795; Amer. 
medical assn., Chicago. 2895 

Read (Georgia Willis) ed. Gold rush. v. 1,2. Edit- 
ed by G. W. Read and Ruth Gaines. © Apr. 10, 
1944; A 180177; Columbia univ. press, New 
York. 2896 

[Redmon (Lois K.)] So long as you both shall live, 
by Rachel Rogers [pseud.] © Mar. 25, 1944; 
A 180569; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 

2897 

Rees (Robert I,) Personnel management. [Re- 
visions by William T. Livingston] © Apr. 20, 
1944; A 180564; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 2898 

Render (Helmut) Conversational German for be- 
ginning and refresher courses. [By] H. Rehder 
[and] W. F. Twaddell. © Apr. 24, 1944; A 
180327; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 

2899 

Renner (George T.) Global geography, by G. T. 
Renner and associates. © May 16, 1944; A 
180790; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New York. 

2900 

Richardson (Alan) Preface to Bible- study. © Apr. 
12, 1944; A 180300; Westminster press, Phila- 
delphia. 2901 



Richardson (Cynthia B.)* Alexandria, Va. Susie 
Cucumber, she writes letters. © May 4, 1944; 
A 180709. 2902 

Ricks (Eldin) Combination reference.. © Feb. 23, 
1944; A 180407; Deseret book co., Salt Lake City. 

2903 

Rippy (J. Fred)* Chicago. Latin American and the 
industrial age. © May 5, 1944; A 180517. 2904 

Rister (Carl Coke) Border command; General Phil 
Sheridan in the West. [1st ed.] © Apr. 22, 
1944; A 180294; University of Oklahoma press, 
Norman, Okl. 2905 



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2906 



(Rlster (Claude)] Oklahoma law, by Tex Holt 
[pseud.] © Feb. 17, 1944; A 180255; Arcadia 
house, inc., New York. 2906 

[Rivett (Carol)]* Harpenden, Herts., England. 
Checkmate to murder, by E. C.R. Lorac [pseud.] 
© 1 c. May 4, 1944; A ad int. 28209; pubd. Feb. 
7. 2907 

Roberts (Cecil) The labyrinth. [1st ed.] © May 5, 
1944; A 180508; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., 
New York. 2908 

Roberts (Harold S.) Rubber workers. [1st ed.] © 
Apr. 19, 1944; A 180174; Harper & bros., New 
York. 2909 

Robertson (Constance)* Kenwood, N. Y. Fire bell 
in the night. © Apr. 26, 1944; A 180326. 2910 

Robertson (H. E.) Hydronephrosis and pyelitis, 
pyelonephritis, of pregnancy. © May 17, 1944; 
A 180821; W. B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 

2911 

Robinson (W, W.) Big boy. © May 9, 1944; A 
180552; W. W. Robinson & Irene Robinson, Los 
Angeles. 2912 

Rockwell (F. F.) ed. 10,000 garden questions 
answered by 15 experts. © Apr. 21, 1944; A 
180387; Amer. garden guild, inc., New York. 

2913 

Rosebery (Mercedes)* Louisville. This day's 
madness. © May 16, 1944; A 180706. 2914 

Runbeck (Margaret Lee)* Hollywood, Calif. Great 
answer. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 180417. 2915 

Sage (Dana) Moon was red. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 
180287; Simon & Schuster, inc., New York. 2916 

Sangster (Margaret E.) Bible quiz book. © Apr. 
24, 1944; A 180225; Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 
New York. 2917 

Saucier (Corinne Lelia)* Natchitoches, La. His- 
tory of Avoyelles Parish, Louisiana. ©Apr. 11, 
1944; A 180276. 2918 

Sayers (Dorothy L.)* Witham, Essex, England. 
Other six deadly sins. © 1 c. May 11, 1943; A 
ad int. 28227; pubd. Mar. 11. 2919 

Schendel (Arthur van)* New York. Een spel der 
natuur. © Dec. 8, 1943; A 180642. 2920 

Seghers (Anna) Transit. [By] A. Seghers. Trans- 
lated from the German, by James A. Galston. 
[1st ed.] © May 11, 1944; A 180604; Little, 
Brown & co., Boston. 2921 



Selling (Lowell S.) Synopsis of neuropsychiatry. 
© Apr. 5, 1944; A 180270; C. V. Mosby CO., 
St. Louis. 2922 

Sessler (Jacob J.) Fact of God. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 
180165; Fleming H. Revell co., New York. 2923 

Seyler (Athene) Craft of comedy, by A. Seyler 
and Stephen Haggard. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; A 
ad int. 28224; pubd. Mar. 2; A. Seyler, London & 
Estate of Stephan Haggard, Kingston on Thames, 
England. 2924 



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Shane (Ted)* Ridgefieid, Conn. Heroes of the 
Pacific. © Apr. 15, 1944; A 180269. 2925 

Shapiro (Irwin)* Pleasantville, N. Y. Casey Jones 
and locomotive no. 638. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 
180467. 2926 

Sharp (Walter R.)* Bronxville, N. Y. & Kirk (Gray- 
son)* Scarsdale, N. Y. Contemporary inter- 
national politics. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 180611. 

2927 

Shattuck (Mayo Adams)* Boston. Eight lectures 
upon problems concerned with the creation of 
estate plans. © May 9, 1-944; A 180632. 

2928 

Sheen (Fulton J.) Seven words to the Cross. © May 
5, 1944; A 180603; P. J. Kenedy & sons, New 
York. 2929 

Sherman (Ray W.)* Flushing, L. L, N. Y. Other 
Mahoney. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180328. 2930 

Shientag (Bernard L.)* New York. Personality of 
the judge. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180656. 2931 

Shimer (Hervey W.) Index fossils of North Ameri- 
ca, by H. W. Shimer and Robert R. Shrock. © 
May 8, 1944; A 180623; Massachusetts institute 
of technology, Cambridge, Mass. 2932 

Shulman (Max)* Minneapolis. Feather merchants. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180447. 2933 

Siegele (H. H.) Twigs of thought. © May 1, 1944; 
A 180648; Chapman & Grimes, inc., Boston. 

2934 

Simenon (Georges) On the danger line, by G. 
Simenon. Translated from the French, by Stuart 
Gilbert. © 1 c. May 11, 1944; A ad int. 28231; 
pubd. Mar. 17; Bar court, Brace & co., inc., New 
York. 2935 

Sitwell (Osbert)* Renishaw Hall, Derbyshire, Eng- 
land. Left hand, right hand! [1st ed.] ©May 10, 
1944; A 180635. 2936 



Skouras (Constantine J.)* New York, 
sets. © Mar. 15, 1944; A 180465. 



Sun never 
2937 



Slurzberg (Morris) Electrical essentials of radio, 
by M. Slurzberg and William Osterheld. © Apr. 
13, 1944; A 180350; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 2938 

Smith (F. Tredwell)* New York. Experiment in 
modifying attitudes toward the negro. © Dec. 
30, 1943; A 180280. 2939 

Smith (Otto M.) Quantitative chemical methods for 
engineering students, by O. M. Smith and L. F. 
Sheerar. 1st ed. © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180325; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 2940 

Smith (Wilfred Cantwell)* Lahore, India. Modern 
Islam in India. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; A ad int. 
28240; pubd. June 7, 1943. 2941 

Snow (Alice Rowe) Log of a sea captain's daughter. 
•© May 5, 1944; A 180827; Edward K. Meador, 
Boston. 2942 



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no. 5, 1944 



Snyder (Harold E.)* Washington. Educational in- 
breeding. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 180322. 2943 

Snyder (LeMoyne) Homicide investigation. [1st 
ed.] © May 10, 1944; A 180805; Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111. 2944 

Southern digest, 1809 to date. v. 1?, 25. © Apr. 
25, 1944; A 180674, 180675; West pub. co., St. 
Paul. 2945, 2946 

Southern reporter. Second series, v.. 15 So. 2d. 
© Mar. 20, 1944; A 180371; West pub. co., St. 
PauL 2947 

Southwell (John A.) .tr, Origen, his life at Alex- 
andria, by Rene Cadion. Translated by J. A. 
Southwell. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180167; B. Her- 
der book co., St. Louis. 2948 

Southwestern reporter (2d ser.) Texas decisions 
reported in South western reporter. Second 
series. 175 S. W. 2d-176 S. W. 2d. © Apr. 26, 
1944; A 180672; West pub. co., St. Paul. 2949 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 176 
S. W. 2d. © Apr. 4, 1944; A 180401; West pub. 
co., St. Paul. 2950 

Spargo (John Webster) Juridical folklore in Eng- 
land. ©May 3, 1944; A 180578; Duke univ. press, 
Durham, N. C. 2951 

Sparks (Dorothy Elizabeth)* Chicago. Nothing as 
before. [1st ed.] © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180169. 

2952 

Spellman (Francis J.) Risen soldier. © Apr. 25, 
1944; A 180244; Macmillan co., New York. 2953 

Sphere. 2954-2956 

v. 176, no. 2306, Apr. 1, 1944. © 1 c. May 2, 

1944; A ad int. 28206; pubd. Apr. 1. 
v. 177. 

No. 2307, Apr. 8, 1944. © 1 c. May 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28225; pubd. Apr. 8. 
No. 2308, Apr. 15, 1944. © 1 c. May 16, 
1944; A ad int. 28235; pubd. Apr. 15. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Spink (Leland Kenneth) Principles and practice of 
flow meter engineering. © Nov. 1, 1943; A 
180633; Foxboro co., Foxboro, Mass. 2957 

Spittel (Richard L.) Savage sanctuary. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1942; A ad int. 28232; pubd. Dec. 15, 1941; 
Liver ight pub. corp., New York. 2958 

Stanford (Edward Barrett) Library extension un- 
der the WPA. © May 9, 1944; A 180740; Uni- 
versity of Chicago, Chicago. 2959 

Staple ton (Laurence) Justice and world society. © 
Apr. 29, 1944; A 180410; University of North 
Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 2960 

Stefansson (Vilhjalmur)* New York. Arctic man- 
ual. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180245. 2961 

Stern (Michael) Into the jaws of death. [1st ed.] 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180360; Robert M. McBride 
& co., New York. 2962 



Stevens (Ross Oliver)* Raleigh, N. C. Talk about 
wildlife. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180405. 2963 

Stevenson (Burton E.) comp. Home book of quota- 
tions. © Mar. 28, 1U347~A 180662; Dodd, Mead 
& co., inc., New York. 2964 

Stevenson (Robert Louis) Child's garden of verses, 
by R. L. Stevenson. Introduction by William 
Rose Benet. Illustrations by Roger Duvoisin. © 
Apr. 28, 1944; A 180433; Limited editions club, 
inc., New York. 2965 

[Stewart (Pamela Hansford Johnson)]* Staines, 
Middlesex, England. Winter quarters, by Pam- 
ela Hansford Johnson. © May 16, 1944; A 
180780. 2966 

Stidger (William L.) More sermons in stories. © 
Apr. 13, 1944; A 180801; Whitmore & Stone, 
Nashville. 2967 



Stieri (Emanuele) 2968-2970 

Drill presses. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180343. 
Engine lathe. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180342. 
Turret lathes. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 180344. 
© Essential books, New York. 

Stoddard (Alexander J.) English two. [By] A. J. 
Stoddard, Matilda Bailey [and] William Dodge 
Lewis. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 180304; Amer. book 
co., New York. 2971 

Stonehouse (Ned Bernard)* Glenside, Pa. Witness 
of Matthew and Mark to Christ. © May 10, 1944; 
A 180607. 2972 

[Streatfeild (Marion Catherine)]* London. May 
I keep dogs? By Kitty Barne [pseud.] © 1 c. 
Feb. 17, 1942; A ad int. 28213; pubd. Dec. 16, 
1941. 2973 

Streatfeild (Noel)* London. Harlequinade. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1944; A ad int. 28*197; pubd, Nov. 4, 1943. 

2974 

Strecker (Edward A.) Fundamentals of psychiatry. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; A 180453; J. B. Lippincott co. , 
Philadelphia. 2975 

Strode (Hudson)* Tuscaloosa, Ala. Spring har- 
vest; collection of stories from Alabama. [1st 
ed.] © May 15, 1944; A 180770. 2976 

Stroebe (Lilian L.) Vom alltag zur literatur. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; A 180161; Henry Holt & CO., inc., 
New York. 2977 

Stumbough (Virginia) Three bugs in a rug: © May 
19, 1944; A 180756; David McKay co., Phila- 
delphia. • 2978 

Sullivan (Edward Joseph)* Denver. Elementary 
Japanese. © May 1, 1944; A 180696. 2979 



Swenson (David F.) tr. Either/or, by Soren Kier- 
kegaard, v. 1, 2. v. 1. Translated by D. F. 
Swenson and Lillian Marvin Swenson. v. 2. 
Translated by Walter Lowrie. © Mar. 27, 
1944; A 180088; Princeton univ. press, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 2980 



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Taber (Gladys)* Southbury, Conn. Give us this 
day. © May 8, 1944; A 180776. 2981 

[Taylor (Marion Lee) ir_. Chemistry of synthetic 
substances, by Dr. Emil Dreher. [Translated 
by M. L. Taylor] © Mar. 5, 1944; A 180334; 
Philosophical library, New York. 2982 

[Taylor (Phoebe Atwood)] Dead Ernest, by Alice 
Tilton [pseud. 1st ed- ] © Apr. 25, 1944; A 
180283; W. W. Norton & co., inc., New York. 

2983 



Teilhet (Darwin L.)" 
pays. [1st ed.] <i 



College Park, Md. Odd man 
May 10, 1944; A 180575. 

2984 



Texas. Court of criminal appeals. Texas criminal 
reports; cases determined, v. 145. © Mar. 
31, 1944; A 180480; George Calhoun, Austin, 
Tex. 2985 

Thomas (Rowan T.) Born in battle. [1st ed.] © 
May 12, 1944; A 180671; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 2986 

Thompson (Oscar) _gd, International cyclopedia 
of music and musicians. © May 16, 1944; A 
180768; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 

2987 

Thrift (Charles Tinsley) jr.,* Lakeland, Fla. 
Trail of the Florida circuit rider. © May 4, 
1944; A 180750. 2988 

Tobin (Chester M.)* Chicago. Turkey, key to the 
East. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 180451. 2989 

Todoroff (Albert A.) How to build and operate a 
locker plant. © May 1, 1944; A 180649; Meat 
merchandising, inc., St. Louis. 2990 

Tremblay (Laurence)* Miami, Fla. Happytown 
tales. [1st ed.] © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180238. 

2991 

Treviranus (G. R.) Revolutions in Russia. [1st 
ed.] © May 10, 1944; A 180617; Harper & bros., 
New York. 2992 

Trilling (Mabel B.) You and your money, by M. B. 
Trilling [and] Florence Williams Nicholas. © 
Apr. 28, 1944; A 180544; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 2993 

Trombly (Albert Edmund)* Columbia, Mo. Grain 
of sand, and other poems. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 
180354. 2994 

Turner (T. Arthur) Organizing to help the handi- 
capped. © Feb. 16, 1944; A 180403; Natl. soc. 
for crippled children of the United States of 
America, inc., Elyria, O. 2995 

Tyler (Parker)* New York. Hollywood hallucina- 
tion. © Apr. 26, 1944; A 180265. 2996 

Utting (Mattie Johns) Christopher Columbus, the 
discoverer. © May 5, 1944; A 180520; Christo- 
pher pub. house, Boston. 2997 

Vandenberg (Frank) He called my name. © May 
10, 1944; A 180647; Wm. B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 2998 



Van Doren (Carl) Red badge of courage. [By]- 
Stephen Crane. Introduction by C. Van Doren. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; A 180277; Limited editions 
club, New York. 2999 

Vaughan (Warren T.) Primer of allergy. © Mar. 
26, 1943; A 180440; C. V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 

3000 

Vernadsky (George) History of Russia. © Apr. 3, 
1944; A 180546; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 

3001 

Villard (Oswald Garrison) Disappearing daily. 
[1st ed.] © May 15, 1944; A 180772; Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. 3002 

Vinal (Harold)* New York. Compass eye. © May 
8, 1944; A 180715. 3003 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, 1681 to date. v. 
18. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180687; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 3004 

Voorhis (Jerry)* San Dimas, Calif. Beyond victory. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; A 180347, 3005 

Waldeck (Theodore J.) Treks across the veldt. 
© May 12, 1944; A 180747- Viking press, inc., 
New York. 3006 

Walker (Dorothy Pierce)* Cambridge, Mass. Dr. 
Whitney's secretary. ©Apr. 24, 1944; A 180421. 

3007 

Walsh (Mary) Molly the rogue. [1st ed.] © May 
15, 1944; A 180775; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New 
York. 3008 

[Walsh (Pearl Sydenstricker Buck)]* Perkasie, 
Pa. Spirit and the flesh, by Pearl S. Buck. © 
Mar. 6, 1944; A 179195. 3009 

Ward (Marion B.) Boat children of Canton. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 15, 1944; A 180278; David McKay 
co., Philadelphia. 3010 

Warner (W. Lloyd) Who shall be educated? [Byl 
W. L. Warner, Robert J.Havighurst [and] Martin 
B. Loeb. [1st ed.] © Apr. 19, 1944; A 180173; 
Harper & bros., New York. 3011 

Webber (Herbert John) _ed. Citrus industry, v. 1. 
Edited by H. J. Webber and Leon Dexter Bat- 
chelor. 1st ed. © Jan. 4, 1944; A 180540; 
Regents of the Univ. of California, Berkeley, 
Calif. 3012 

Weil (B. H.) Plastic horizons, by B. H. Weil and 
Victor J. Anhorn. © May 6, 1944; A 180547; 
Jaques Cattell press, Lancaster, Pa. 3013 

Wells (Helen) Cherry Ames, army nurse. © May 
15, 1944; A 180701; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 3014 

[Westfall (Bessie Strader)l* Glendale, Calif. 
Punching the clock for freedom. [By] Strader 
WestfalU © Feb. 17, 1944; A 180718. 3015 

Weston (Garnett) Poldrate street. © Apr. 5, 1944; 
A 180470; Julian Messner, inc., New York. 

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no. 5, 1944 



3051 



Whitcomb (Catharine)* New York. The Malfreys. 
fist ed.l © May 22, 1944; A 180823. 3017 

White (Helen C.) Social criticism in popular reli- 
gious literature of the sixteenth century. ©" May 
9, 1944; A 180550; Macmillan co., New York. 

3018 



White (Victor) Peter Domanig: 
© Apr. 26, 1944; A 180339; 
Indianapolis. 



morning in Vienna. 

Bobbs-Merrill co., 

3019 



White (William Braid)* Somerville, Mass. Piano 
tuning and allied arts. © Dec. 1, 1943; A 180804. 

3020 

Who's who. 1944. © 1 c. May 17, 1944; A ad int. 
28234; pubd. Mar. 22; Macmillan co., New York. 

3021 

Who's who in America, v. 23. 1944-1945. © May 
16, 1944; A 180755; A. N. Marquis co., Chicago. 

3022 

Who's who in American education, [v. 11] 1943-44. 
© May 18, 1944; A 180806; Robert C. Cook, Mc- 
Comb, Miss. 3023 

Wilder (Robert)* Bay side, L. I., N. Y. Mr. G. 
strings along. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 180454. 3024 

[Wilkins (William Vaughan)]* Carreg Cennen, near 
Llandilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales. Being met 
together, by Vaughan Wilkins. © 1 c. May 24, 
1944; A ad int. 28245; pubd. Mar. 27. 3025 

[Williams (W. Leigh)]* Woking, Surrey, England. 
Green prison, by Leigh Williams. © 1 c. Oct. 
15, 1941; A ad int. 28203; pubd. Aug. 15. 3026 

[Willis (Patrick Jerome)]* London. It stopped at 
London, by Jerome Willis. © 1 c. May 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28228; pubd. Mar. 16. 3027 

Wilson (Charles Morrow) Middle America. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 28, 1944; A 180368; W. W. Norton 
& co., inc., New York. 3028 

Wilson (Dorothy Clarke) The brother. © Apr. 28, 
1944; A 180716; Westminster press, Philadel- 
phia. 3029 

[Wilson (Robert McNair)]* New York. Emergency 
exit, by Anthony Wynne [pseud.] © Apr. 15, 1944; 
A 180268. 3030 

[Winser (David)]* London, There was no yesterday, 
by John Stuart Arey [pseud. 1 © Mar. 10, 1944; A 
179662. 3031 

Winston dictionary. Encyclopedic ed. © May 18, 
1944; A 180798; John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 

3032 

Wirth (Fremont P.) Forman's Our republic. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; A 180227; D. Appleton-Century 
co., inc., New York. 3033 



Wisconsin. Supreme court . Wisconsin reports, 
[v.l 243. Cases determined April 13-October 
12, 1943. © Apr. 26, 1944; A 180340; State of 
Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 3034 



Wise (Herbert A.) ed, Great tales of terror and 
the supernatural. Edited by H. A. Wise and 
Phyllis Fraser. © May 18, 1944; A 180825; 
Random house, inc., New York. 3035 

Wise (Stephen S.)* New York. As I see it. © 
Mar. 17, 1944; A 180560. 3036 

Wolfe (Don m.) ed. Leveller manifestoes of the 
Puritan revolution. © May 5, 1944; A 180762; 
Thomas Nelson & sons, New York. 3037 

Wood (Clement) Death in Ankara. © Jan. 17, 1944; 
A 180263; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

3038 

Wood (Frederick L. W.)* Wellington, New Zealand. 
Understanding New Zealand. © Apr. 24, 1944;. 
A 180232. 3039 

Woodward (Joan) Glowworm and other poems. 
© Dec. 27, 1943; A 180594; Wings press, Mill 
Valley, Calif. 3040 

Woodward (William E.) Way our people lived. 
[1st ed.] © Apr. 26, 1944; A 180364; E. P. 
Dutton & co., inc., New York. 3041 

Woolever (Mary Stauffer)* Cynwyd, Pa. We two 
are kin, oh tree. © May 1, 1944; A 180787. 

3042 

WorthingtDn (May) Sally, army dietitian. © May 
16, 1944; A 180767; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 3043 

Wyatt (Woodrow) ed, English story. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1944; A ad int. 28218; pubd. Nov. 1, 1943; 
Williams Collins sons & co., ltd., London. 

3044 

Wynner (Edith) Searchlight on peace plans. [By] 
E. Wynner and Georgia Lloyd. [1st ed.] © 
May 12, 1944; A 180663; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 3045 

Yarborough (Charlotte Aiken)* Ocean Grove, N. J. 
Insurgent summer. [1st ed.] © May 10, 1944; 
A 180614. 3046 

Yoseloff (Thomas) ed, Seven poets in search of an 
answer. © Apr. 17, 1944; A 180291; Bernard 
Acker man, inc., New York. 3047 

Yost (Don M.) Systematic inorganic chemistry of 
the fifth-and- sixth- group nonmetallic elements, 
by D. M. Yost and Horace Russell, jr. © May 
10, 1944; A 180777; Prentice- Hall, inc., New 
York. 3048 

Young men's Christian associations. International 
committee,* New York. Handbook for the war- 
time campus. © Mar. 22, 1944; A 180724. 3049 

Zurcher (Arnold J.) ed. Postwar goals and econom- 
ic reconstruction. Addresses, edited by A. J. 
Zurcher and Richmond Page. © Apr. 5, 1944; A 
180439; New York univ., New York. 3050 

Zweng (Charles A.) & Zweng (Allan C.)* North 
Hollywood, Calif. Airline transport pilot rating. 
1st ed. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 180504. 3051 



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Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications-—-- — - - -_._ = _=. = .== = .=.„= __. = = _ = _..„_._ 2,773 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages __=„_„=__ = „..=_-___ ... . 8 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions 

of law of Mar. 4, 1909--- ----- - - - - 270 

Total — — - 3,051 



LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3051 



Alvord (Clarence Walworth) Mississippi Valley 
in British politics, v. 1, 2. © Idress Head 
Alvord, Palmyra, Mo. R 124312, 124313, Jan. 
15, 1944. 1, 2 

Anderson (James Douglas) Making the American 
thoroughbred, especially in Tennessee, 1800- 
1843, by J. D.Anderson; including Reminiscences 
of the turf, by Balie Peyton, with notes by the 
author. © J. D. Anderson, Madison, Tenn. 
R 124127, Jan. 13, 1944. 3 



4-7 
New ed. R 123167, 



Ashley (Roscoe Lewis) 

Early European civilization, 

Dec. 16, 1943. 
Medieval civilization. 

Complete ed. R 123165, Dec. 16, 1943. 
Preliminary ed. pp. 327-422. R 123163, 

Dec. 16, 1943. 
Preliminary ed. pp. 413-492. R 123164, Dec. 
16, 1943. 
© R. L. Ashley, Pasadena. 

Ballard (Anna Woods) 8, 9 

French reader. © A. W. Ballard, New York. 

R 122753, Nov. 24, 1943. 
Short stories for oral German, by A. W. Ballard 
and Carl A. Krause. © A. W. Ballard, New 
York & Margaret B. Krause, Marion, Ind. 
R 123126, Dec. 14, 1943. 

Bender's lawyers diary and directory for the state 
of New York. 1917. 26th year. © Matthew Ben- 
der & co., inc., New York. R 123525, Dec. 31, 
1943. 10 



Beresford (John Davys) These Lynnekers. © 
D. Beresford, London. R 124568, Jan. 28, 194 



Bergling (John Mauritz) 12, 13 

Art monograms and lettering. 8th ed. R 122913, 

Nov. 27, 1943. 
New designs for stationery, etc. R 122914, 

Nov. 27, 1943. 
© Virginia C. Bergling, Chicago. 

Blake (Dorothy Gaynor) Melody book. 1st grade, 
v. 1. © D. G. Blake, Webster Groves, Mo. R 
123026, Dec. 3, 1943. 14 

[Blanchard (Mme.)] 15-18 

Common sense, how to exercise it, by Yoritomo- 

Tashi, annotated by B. Dangennes [pseud.] 

Authorized ed. Translated by Mme. Leon J. 

Berthelot de la Boileverie. R 122789, Nov. 

25, 1943. 

Influence, how to exert it, by Yoritomo-Tashi, 

annotated by B.DangennesJpseud.J Authorized 

ed. Translated by Dora Knowlton Ranous and 

Herbert G. Wintersgill. R 122788, Nov. 25, 

1943. 

Speech, how to use it effectively, by Xanthes, 

annotated by B. Dangennes [pseud. ] Authorized 

ed. Translated by Mme. Leon J. Berthelot 

de la Boileverie. R 122791, Nov. 25, 1943. 



Timidity, how to overcome it, by Yoritomo- 
Tashi, with comments by B. Dangennes 
[pseud.] Authorized ed. Translated by Mary 
W. Artois. R 122787, Nov. 25, 1943. 

© Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

Bleyer (Willard Grosvenor) Tupes of news writing. 
© Alice H. Bleyer, Madison, Wis. R 123193, 
Dec. 17, 1943. 19 

Bolenius (Emma Miller) Teaching literature in the 
grammar grades and high school. © Emma 
Miller Bolenius Whitney, New York. R 123176, 
Dec. 17, 1943. 20 

Boylan (William A.) City arithmetics, by W. A. 
Boylan and Floyd R. Smith. 3d year, 1st and 
2d half, 4th year, 1st and 2d half, 5th year, 1st 
and 2d half. © Charles E. Merrill co., inc., 
New York. R 122814-122819, Nov. 16, 1943. 

21-26 

Bradford (Gamaliel) Union portraits. © Helen F. 
Bradford, Wellesley, Mass. R 123187, Dec. 17, 
1943. 27 

Breninger (Dayton C.) Some jokes on the customs 
and the times in rhymes. © D. C. Breninger, 
Massillon, O. R 122634, Nov. 9, 1943. 28 

Brooke (Rupert) Letters from America. © Ed- 
ward Marsh, London. R 124049, Jan. 10, 1944. 

29 

Buchan (John) 30, 31 

Greenmantle. R 123198, Dec. 17, 1943. 
Power house. R 123716, Dec. 17, 1943. 
© Susan Caroline Tweedsmuir, Oxford, England. 

Burke (Edmund) Conciliation with the colonies; 
the speech by Edmund Burke, ed. by Archibald 
Freeman and Arthur W. Leonard. © Houghton 
Mifflin co., Boston. R 123177, Dec. 17, 1943. 32 

Burroughs (John) Under the apple trees. © Julian 
Burroughs, West Park, N. Y. R 123189, Dec. 
17, 1943. 33 

Buswell (Leslie) Ambulance no. 10. © L. Buswell, 
Gloucester, Mass. R 122633, Nov. 19, 1943. 34 

Butler (Nicholas Murray) Meaning of education. 
Rev. and enlarged ed. © N. M. Butler, New York. 
R 122671, Nov. 20, 1943. 35 

Byrne (Marie Jose, sister ) Prolegomena to an edi- 
tion of The works of Decimus Magnus Ansonlus. 
© Sister M. J. Byrne, Convent Station, N. J. R 
124030, Jan. 8, 1944. 36 

Cabell (James Branch) 37, 38 

Certain hour. R 122743, Nov. 20, 1943. 
From the hidden way, being seventy -five adapta- 
tions in verse. R 122744, Nov. 20, 1943. 
© J. B. Cabell, Richmond. 



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Cambridge history of English literature. Edited 
by Sir A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller, v. 12. © 
Macmillan co., New York. R 123166, Dec. 16, 
1943. 39 

Cather (Katherine Duniap) Pan and his pipes and 
other tales for children. © Radio corp. of Amer- 
ica, RCA Victor div., Camden, N. J. R 123025, 
Dec. 3, 1943. 40 

Charley (L.) Opportunities, how to make the most of 
them, by L. Charley. Translated by Lorenzo 
CRourke. Authorized ed. © Funk & Wagnalls 
co., New York. R 122790, Nov. 25, 1943. 41 

Clark (William Lawrence) jr. Handbook of the law 
of private corporations, by W. L. Clark, jr. 
3d ed., by I. Maurice Wormser. © West pub. 
co. s St. Paul. R 122677, Nov. 15, 1943. 42 



Cleghorn (Sarah Norcliffe) Fellow captains, by S. 
N. Cleghorn and Dorothy Canfield Fisher. © 
Sarah Cleghorn, Manchester, Vt. & D. C. Fisher 
Arlington, Vt. R 123079, Dec. 9, 1943. 43 

Cobb (Irvin Shrewsbury) 44-48 

And there was light. R 123021, Dec. 3, 1943. 
Fibble, D. D. R 123020, Dec. 3, 1943. 
Local color. R 123019, Dec. 3, 1943. 
Lovers leap. R 123022, Dec. 3, 1943. 
Under sentence. R 123023, Dec. 3, 1943. 
© I. S. Cobb, Santa Monica, Calif. 

Collier (P. F.) & son corp. Wisest, the wittiest, 
the most interesting minds. © P. F. Collier 
& son corp.. New York. R 124314, Jan. 11, 1944. 

49 

Collier's photographic history of the European war, 
including sketches and drawings. New ed., col- 
lected and arranged by Francis J. Reynolds and 
C. W. Taylor. © P. F. Collier & son Corp., New 
York. R 124128, Jan. 11, 1944. 50 

Comstock (Harriet Theresa) The vindication. © 
H. T. Comstock, New York. R 122696, Nov. 19, 
1943. 51 

Conde (Bertha) Business of being a friend. © B. 
Conde, New York. R 123192, Dec. 17, 1943. 

52 

Cooper (Elizabeth Beaver) Drusilla with a million. 
© E. B. Cooper, Homestead, Fla. R 123719, 
Jan. 7, 1944. 53 

Cotter (Arundel) Authentic history of the United 
States steel corporation. © A. Cotter, New York. 
R 123128, Dec. 15, 1943. 54 

Cubberley (Ellwood Patterson) Public school ad- 
ministration. © Helen Cubberley, Stanford 
University, Calif. R 123174, Dec. 17, 1943. 55 

Dickinson (Asa Don) ed, Stories of achievement, 
v. 1-6. © Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New 
York. R 122741, Nov. 20, 1943. 56 

Dock(LaviniaL.) comp. Text-book of materia medi- 
ca for nurses. 6th ed., rev. and enl. © L. L. 
Dock, Fayettesville, Pa. R 123350, Dec. 22, 
1943. 57 



Dreiser (Theodore) Hoosier holiday. ©T.Dreiser, 
Hollywood, Calif. R 123349, Dec. 22, 1943. 58 

Duffy (Richard) Personality, how to build it. Au- 
thorized ed. © Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 
R 122697, Nov. 19, 1943. 59 

Dunham (Elizabeth Marie) How to know the mosses. 
© E. M. Dunham, Wellesley, Mass. R 123188, 
Dec. 17, 1943. 60 

Dunmore (Walter Thomas) ed± Illustrative cases 
on the law of wills. © West pub. co., St. Paul. 
R 122673, Nov. 15, 1943. 61 

Dure 11 (Fletcher) 62, 63 

Key to Plane geometry, by F. Durell and E. E. 

Arnold. R 123105, Dec. 10, 1943. 
Plane geometry, by F. Durell and E. E. Arnold. 

R 122820, Nov. 16, 1943. 
© Charles E. Merrill co., inc., New York. 

Dwight (Harry Griswold) Stamboul nights. © H. 
G. Dwight, New York. R 12302 / 8, Dec. 6, 1943. 

64 

Earls (Michael) Marie of the House D'Anters. 
© Joseph R. N. Maxwell, Worcester. R 123071, 
Dec. 9, 1943. 65 

Fernald (James Champlin) English grammar sim- 
plified. © Charles B. Fernald, Upper Mont- 
clair, N. J. R 124143, Jan. 12, 1944. 66 

[Fisher (Dorothea Frances Canfield)] 67, 68 

Real motive, by Dorothy Canfield. R 123074, 

Dec. 9, 1943. 
Self reliance, by Dorothy Canfield. R 123075, 

Dec. 9, 1943. 
© D. F. C. Fisher, Arlington, Vt. 

France (Anatole) Livre de mon ami, le livre de 
Pierre, par A. France. Edited with notes, intro- 
duction, and vocabulary by O. G. Guerlac. © 
Helen F. Guerlac, Ithaca, N. Y. R 123076, Dec. 
9, 1943. 69 • 

Frost (Robert) Mountain interval © R. Frost, 
Cambridge, Mass. R 123080, Dec. 9, 1943. 

70 

Gardner (George E.) Handbook of the law of wills, 
by G. E. Gardner. 2d ed.,by Walter T. Dunmore. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 122675, Nov. 15, 
1943. 71 

Garland (Hamlin) They of the high trails. © Con- 
stance Garland Williams & Mary Isabel Lord, 
Van Nuys, Calif. R 122649, Nov. 13, 1943. 72 

Gilbert (Frank Bixby) ed, Bender's manual; super- 
visors', county and town officers' manual. 8th 
ed. © Matthew Bender & co., inc., New York. 
R 123524, Dec. 31, 1943. 73 

Gillilan (Strickland) Including you and me. © S. 
Gillilan, Washington. R 123104, Dec. 11, 1943. 

74 

Goodenough (George Alfred) Mollier diagram for 
saturated and superheated steam. © John Wiley 
& sons, inc., New York. R 123506, Dec. 28, 
1943. 75 



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Grahame (Kenneth) Cambridge book of poetry for 
children. © Elspeth Grahame, Pangbourne, 
Berkshire, England. R 124047, Jan. 14, 1944. 76 

Grover (Eulaiie Osgood) Overall boys, by E. O. 
Grover. Illustrated by Bertha L. Corbett. © 
B. C. Melcher, Hollywood, Calif. R 122780, 
Nov. 26, 1943. 77 

Hall (Jennie) 78, 79 

Our ancestors in Europe. R 124555, Jan. 21, 

1944. 
Teacher's manual to accompany Our ancestors 

in Europe. R 124563, Jan. 21, 1944. 
© Chester I. Hall, Schenectady, N. Y. 

Hamilton (Anna Heuermann) 80-82 

Keyboard harmony and transposition, v. 1, 2. 

R 122826, 122827, Nov. 25, 1943. 
Keyboard harmony and transposition. Prelimi- 
nary studies. R 122825, Nov. 25, 1943. 
© A. H. Hamilton, Marshall, Mo. 

[Hamon (Louis)] Palmistry for all, by Cheiro 
[pseud.] © Mena Hamon, East St. Chichester, 
England. R 124048, Jan. 14, 1944. 83 

Harris (Charles K.) Should a girl be told. © Cora 
L. Harris, New York. R 124311, Jan. 13, 1944. 84 

Hawthorne (Julian) History of the United States 
from 1492 to 1915, by J.Hawthorne, with supple- 
mentary chapters by Francis J. Reynolds, v. 
1-3. © P. F. Collier & son corp., New York. 
R 124129, Jan. 11, 1944. 85 

Hunter (George Leland) 86, 87 

Modern fabrics; chintz and cretonnes. R 124545, 

Jan. 27, 1944. 
Renaissance tapestries. R 124142, Jan. 12, 1944. 
© Esther Hunter Burtenshaw, New York. 

Hutchinson (Woods) Community hygiene. © Alex- 
ander Hutchinson, Boston. R 123179, Dec. 17, 
1943. 88 

Huyke (Juan B.) Nova cartilha edicao revisada da 
cartilha de Arnold. © J. B. Huyke, San Juan, 
Puerto Rico. R 122959, Nov. 30, 1943. 89 

Jenison (George David) Formulas and simple meth- 
ods of refinishing metals. © G. D. Jenison, 
Decatur, 111. R 122965, Dec. 2, 1943. 90 

Jones (Edward David) Administration of industrial 
enterprises. © E. D. Jones, Columbus, O. R 
123081, Dec. 9, 1943. 91 

Jung (Carl Gustav) Psychology of the unconscious; 
a study of the transformations and symbolisms of 
the libido, a contribution to the history of the 
evolution of thought, by Dr. C. G. Jung. Author- 
ized translation, with introduction, by Beatrice 
M. Hinkle. © Beatrice M. Hinkle, New York. 
R 123107, Dec. 11, 1943. 92 

Kilbourne (Frederick Wilkinson) Chronicles of the 
White Mountains. © F. W. Kilbourne, Meriden, 
Conn. R 124135, Jan. 12, 1944. 93 

Kimball (Edward Ancel) Scienza cristiana: II domi- 
nio dell' uomo sopra il male. © Christian science 
pub. soc., Boston. R 122977, Nov. 15, 1943. 94 



Kyne (Peter Bernard) 95, 96 

Irish dividend. R 124173, Jan. 12, 1944. 
Monsieur le Capitaine Ricks. R 124172, Jan. 

12, 1944. 
© P. B. Kyne, San Francisco. 

Locke (Flora Elbertine Huie) Foundation of music 
in rhymes and songs for beginners. Rev. ed. 
© F. E. H. Locke, Buffalo. R 123364, Dec. 24, 
1943. 97 

Lodge (Henry Cabot) ed. History of nations, v. 
1-25. Ghent ed. © P. F. Collier & son Corp., 
New York. R 124130, Jan. 11, 1944. 98 

[Lothrop (Harriet Mulford Stone)] Our Davie Pepper, 
by Margaret Sidney [pseud.] © Margaret M. 
Lothrop, Concord, Mass. R 123374, Dec. 17, 
1943. ' 99 

McBain (Howard Lee) Law and the practice of mu- 
nicipal home rule. © Agnes B. McBain, Warsaw, 
N. Y. R 123139, Dec. 14, 1943. 100 

McCosh (D. S.) National self teacher for bugle, 
trumpet, comet, fife and drum. © Chart music 
pub. house, inc., Chicago. R 123018, Dec. 6, 
1943. 101 

MacKay (Constance D'Arcy) Forest princess and 
other masques. © Constance MacKay Holt, 
New York. R 123078, Dec. 9, 1943. 102 

MacKaye (Percy Wallace) Caliban by the yellow 
sands. © P. W. Mackaye, New York. R 123711, 
Jan. 8, 1944. 103 

Marquis (Don) 104-134 

Archy & Mehitabel. (In The Sun, N. Y., v. 83, 
nbs. 211, 239, 253, 316, 353, 360, 363, v. 84. 
nos. 1, 8, 12, 19, Mar. 29, Apr. 26, May 10, 
July 12, Aug. 18, 25, 28, Sept. 1, 8, 12, 19, 
1916) R 122636-122646, Nov. 11, 1943. 
Archy series. (In The Sun, N. Y. v. 83, nos. 
254, 266, 272, 273, 282, 291, 337, 347, v. 84, 
nos. 4, 6, 13, 16, 18, 21-27, May 16, 23, 29, 
30, June 8, 17, Aug. 2, 12, Sept. 4, 6, 13, 16, 
18, 21-27, 1916) R 122978-122997, Dec. 1, 
1943. 
© Bernice Maud Marquis, Forest Hills, L. I., 
N. Y. 



Masefield (John) Good Friday and other poems. © 
J. Masefield, Abingdon, Berks., England. R 
124565, Jan. 31, 1944. 135 

Mason (William Pitt) Water supply. 4th ed., re- 
written. © Margaret B. Mason, Rye Beach, N. 
H. R 123015, Dec. 1, 1943. 136 

Mills (Enos Abijah) Story of Scotch. © Esther 
Burnell Mills, Estes Park, Col. R 123196, Dec. 
17, 1943. 137 

Montague (Margaret Prescott) Home to him's 
muwer. © M. P. Montague, Richmond. R 
124388, Jan. 26, 1944. 138 

Muckey (Floyd S.) Natural method of voice produc- 
tion in spefich and song. © Helena C. Muckey, 
New York. R 122754, Nov. 24, 1943. 139 



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Neilson (William Allan) ed. Chief British poets 
of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries; selected 
poems, ed. with explanatory and biographical 
notes, by W. A. Neilson and K. G. T. Webster. 
© W. A. Neilson, Falls Village, Conn. & K. G. 
T. Webster, Milton, Mass. R 123180, Dec. 17, 
1943. 140 

Nesbit (Wilbur D.) Your Flag and my Flag. © 
Mary Lee Nesbit, East Norwalk, Conn. R 
123172, Dec. 18, 1943. 141 

New international encyclopaedia. 2d ed. v. 17,18. 
© Dodd, Mead & co., New York. R 123373, Dec. 
31,1943. 142 

Nicolle (R.) Practicality, how to acquire it, by R. 
Nicolle. Translated by Francis Medhurst. Au- 
thorized ed. © Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 
R 122746, Nov. 23, 1943. 143 

Norris (Charles G.) The amateur. © C. G. Norris, 
Palo Alto, Calif. R 124570, Jan. 28, 1944. 

144 

Norris (Kathleen) 145, 146 

Heart of Rachael. R 124571, Jan. 28, 1944. 
One hundred percent. R 124574, Jan. 28, 1944. 
© K. Norris, Palo Alto, Calif. 

Osborn (Henry Fairfield) Men of the old stone 
age. © A. Perry Osborn, New York. R 122672, 
Nov. 20, 1943. 147 



J. Palmer, London. 
148 



Palmer (John) King's men. 
R 123348, Dec. 22, 1943. 



Patterson (William Morrison) Rhythm of prose. 
© W. M. Patterson, Georgetown, Tex. R 123532, 
Dec. 31, 1943. 149 

Phillips (Abbie Frye) 150, 151 

English for Latin-Americans. Book 2. R 124564, 

Jan. 21, 1944. 
English grammar for Latin Americans. R 

124562, Jan. 21, 1944. 
© Benoni Phillips, Oakland, Calif. 

Porter (Eleanor Hodgman) Just David. © John 
Lyman Porter, Boston. R123181,Dec. 17, 1943. 

152 



Porter (Gene Stratton) 



153, 154 



The harvester. R 124572, Jan. 28, 1944. 
Morning face. R 124573, Jan. 28, 1944. 
© Jeannette Porter Meehan, Los Angeles. 

Pritchard (Myron Thomas) Stories of thrift for 
young Americans, by M. T. Pritchard and Grace 
A. Turkington. © Grace A. Turkington, Boston. 
R 122755, Nov. 24, 1943. 155 

Repplier (Agnes) Counter- currents. © A. Repp- 
lier, Philadelphia. R 123186, Dec. 17,1943. 156 

Richmond (Grace Louise Smith) Under the country 
sky. © G. S. Richmond, Fredonia, N. Y. R 
122742, Nov. 20, 1943. 157 



Rihbany (Abraham Mitrie) Syrian Christ. 
Rihbany, Brookline, Mass. R 123717, 
1944. 



£> A. M. 

Jan. 6, 
158 



Riley (James Whitcomb) 159, 160 

Hoosier book, containing poems in dialect, by 
J. W. Riley, collected and arranged by Hewitt 
Hanson Howland. R 123199, Dec. 10, 1943. 
James Whitcomb Riley's complete works, in- 
cluding poems and prose sketches, many of 
which have not heretofore been published. 
Memorial ed. R 123200, Dec. 10, 1943. 
© Miss Lesley Payne, Elizabeth E. Miesse, 
Indianapolis & Edmund H. Eitel, Chicago. 

Robinson (Edwin Arlington) Man against the sky. 
© Ruth Nivison, Spring Hill, Ala. R 124567, 
Jan. 31, 1944. 161 

Roosevelt (Theodore) Fear God and take your own 
part. © Edith Roosevelt, Oyster Bay, N. Y. 
R 124569, Jan. 28, 1944. 162 

Rose (John Holland) Development of the European 
nations, 1870-1914. 5th ed. © Charles Holland 
Rose, St. Nicholas Hill, Surrey, England & Mar- 
tin Shaw Briggs, London. R 123347, Dec. 22, 
1943. 163 

Sandburg (Carl) Chicago poems. © C. Sandburg, 
Harbert, Mich. R 123073, Dec. 9, 1943. 164 



165-167 
R 123197, Dec. 17, 



Schultz (James Willard) 
Apauk, caller of buffalo. 

1943. 
Blackfeet tales of Glacier national park. R 

123185, Dec. 17, 1943. 
Gold cache. R 123718, Jan. 6, 1944. 
© J. W. Schultz, Fort Washakie, Wy. 

Sharp (Dallas Lore) Hills of Hingham. © Wait- 
still H. Sharp, Wellesley Hills, Mass. R 123182, 
Dec. 17, 1943. 168 

Shepard (Odell) Shakespeare questions. © O. Shep- 
ard, Hartford. R 123190, Dec. 17, 1943. 169 

Sinclair (May) The belfry. © M. Sinclair, London. 
R 123214, Dec. 20, 1943. 170 

Singleton (Esther) ed. World's great events; an 
indexed history of the world from earliest times 
to the present day, by great historians, v. 1-10. 
New standard ed. © P. F. Collier & son Corp., 
New York. R 124131, Jan. 11, 1944. 171 

Singmaster (Elsie) Emmeline. ©Elsie Singmaster 
Lewars, Gettysburg, Pa. R 123175, Dec. 17, 
1943. 172 

Slattery (Charles Lewis) Gift of immortality. © 
George E. Brown & Sarah L. Slattery, Boston. 
R 123127, Dec. 13, 1943. 173 

Snyder (Franklyn Bliss) ed. Book of English lit- 
erature, ed. by F. B. Snyder and Robert Grant 
Martin. © F. B. Snyder, Evanston, III. R 124566, 
Jan. 31, 1944. 174 

Spargo (John) Marxism, socialism and religion. 
© J. Spargo, Old Bennington, Vt. R 122961, Nov. 
30, 1943. 175 

Starke (D.) 176 » m 

Character, how to strengthen it, by D. Starke. 
Translated by Lorenzo O'Rourke. Authorized 
ed. R 122786, Nov. 25, 1943. 



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Poise, how to attain it, by D. Starke. Trans- 
lated by Francis Medhurst. Authorized ed. 
R 122745, Nov. 23, 1943. 

© Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. • 

[Stratemeyer (Edward)] Rover boys on a tour, 
by Arthur M. Winfield [pseud.] © EdnaC. Squier 
& Harriet S. Adams, East Orange, N. J. R 
123712, Jan. 6, 1944. 178 

Summy (Clayton F.) Keyboard, staff and signature 
chart. © Clayton F. Summy co., Chicago. R 
122824, Nov. 25, 1943. 179 

Taggart (Marion Ames) Hollyhock house. © M. 
A. Taggart, Harrisburg, Pa. R 123369, Dec. 27, 
1943. 180 

Tappan (Eva March) Farmer and his friends. © 
Worcester County trust co., Worcester. R 123194, 
Dec. 17, 1943. 181 



Tarkington (Booth) 182-188 

Horn of fame. R 122648, Nov. 11, 1943. 
Maud and Bill. R 123371, Dec. 27, 1943. 
Maytime in Marlow. R 123370, Dec. 27, 1943. 
Mr. Riley. R 123533, Dec. 31, 1943. 
Nipskillons. R 123372, Dec. 27, 1943. 
On account of the weather. R 122647, Nov. 11, 

1943. 
Penrod and Sam. R 123024, Dec. 6, 1943. 
© B. Tarkington, Indianapolis. 

Terman (Lewis Madison) Measurement of intelli- 
gence. © L. M. Terman, Stanford University, 
Calif. R 123191, Dec. 17, 1943. 189 

Thompson (George Washington) Law of wills and 
the manner of their drafting, execution, probate 
and contest, together with testamentary forms. 
© Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. R 122738, 
Nov. 18, 1943. 190 

Thompson (Joseph Wesley) Notes to the Indiana 
decisions, v. 4, 5. © Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. R 122737, 123498, Nov. 18, Dec. 29, 
1943. 191, 192 



202 



Thurston (Edward Sampson) ed. Cases in quasi 
contract, selected from decisions of English 
and American courts. © West pub. CO., St. Paul. 
R 122676, Nov. 15, 1943. 193 



Untermeyer (Louis) - 
meyer, New York. 



-and other poets. © L. Unter- 
R 123072, Dec. 9. 1943. 194 



Walker (Abbie Phillips) Told by the Sandman. © 
Fred Allan Walker, New London, Conn. R 122650, 
Nov. 13, 1943. 195 

Walpole (Hugh) Dark forest. © Alan J. Bott, London, 
Rupert Hart -David, Harrant, England & Frederick 
Ambrose Stapleton Gwatkin, Westminster, Eng- 
land. R 123159, Dec. 14, 1943. 196 

Walter (Max) Beginner's French, by M. Walter 
and Anna Woods Ballard. 2ded. © Anna W. Bal- 
lard, New York & Erich E. Walter, Pacific 
Palisades, Calif. R 123592, Dec. 31, 1943. 197 

Ward (Mary Anna) Rational method in reading, 
additional second reader, by M. A. Ward and 
Edward G. Ward. Rev. and enl. ed. © M. A. 
Ward, Lois Ward Strang, Pleasantville, N. Y. & 
Edward G. Ward, Brooklyn. R 124553, Jan. 21, 
1944. 198 

Whittier (John Greenleaf) Snow bound, Among the 
hills, Song of labor, and other poems. New ed., 
with suggestions to teachers, an introduction, and 
notes and questions by Hanson Hart Webster. 
© Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. R 123195, Dec. 
17, 1943. 199 

Wilkins (Lawrence Augustus) Lecturas faciles, 
con ejercicios. © L. A. Wilkins, Estes Park, 
Col. & Max A. Luria, Brooklyn. R 124561, Jan. 
21, 1944. 200 

Wilson (Harry Bruce) Motivation of school work, 
by H. B. Wilson and Guy M. Wilson. © G. M. 
Wilson, Albany & Maude B. Wilson, Wellesley 
Hills, Mass. R 123183, Dec. 17, 1943. 201 

Wormser (I. Maurice) Illustrative cases on corpo- 
rations. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 122674, 
Nov. 15, 1943. 202 



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BOOKS 

PART 1, GROUP 1 

Note.— An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Adams (R. Charles) Intravenous anesthesia. © 
May 24, 1944; A 180904; Paul B. Hoeber, inc., 
New York. 3052 

Alden (John Richard) John Stuart and the Southern 
colonial frontier. © May 19, 1944; A 180969; 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 3053 

American law reports annotated, v. 149. © June 2, 
1944; A 181333; Lawyers co-operative pub. co., 
Rochester, N. Y. & Bancroft -Whitney co., San 
Francisco. 3054 

American lawyers annual. 1944. © May 29, 1944; 
A 181121; Amer. lawyers annual co., Cleveland. 

3055 

Americana annual. 1944. © May 29, 1944; A 
181049; Americana corp., Chicago. 3056 

Anderson (Martin) Planning and financing the new 
church. © May 25, 1944; A 181322; Augsburg 
pub. house, Minneapolis. 3057 

Anderson (William K.) ed. Protestantism. © Apr. 
17, 1944; A 181021; Commission on courses of 
study, Methodist church, Nashville. 3058 

[Andrews (A. H.)] ed. My garden in Florida and 
miscellaneous horticultural notes, v. 1. © Apr. 
24, 1944; A 181405; Guiding star pub. house, 
Estero, Fla. 3059 

Archer (Gleason L.)* Boston. On the cuff. © Apr. 
10, 1944; A 180876. 3060 

Armes (Sybil Leonard) Serene in the storm. © 
May 2, 1944; A 181010; Broadman press, Nash- 
ville. 3061 

Asgis (Alfred J.)* New York. Professional den- 
tistry in American society. © Dec. 20, 1943; A 
181395. 3062 

Atlantic reporter. Second series, v. 35 A. 2d. © 
May* 8, 1944; A 180872; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

3063 

Atwood (Wallace W.) Earth and its people, by W. 
W. Atwood and Helen Goss Thomas. © Mar. 11, 
1944; A 180867; Ginn & co., Boston. 3064 



Australian institute of international affairs. Aus- 
tralia and the Pacific. © May 22, 1944; A 
181373; Princeton univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 

3065 

Babkin (B. P.) Secretory mechanism of the diges- 
tive glands. © June 14, 1944; A 181330; Paul 
B. Hoeber, inc., New York. 3066 



Bailey (Bernadine)* Chicago. Youngest WAC over- 
seas. © June 1, 1944; A 181026. 3067 

Baker (Ethel Mary) Tower house. © May 20, 1944; 
A 181081; Caxton printers, ltd., Caldwell, Id. 

3068 

Balchen (Bernt) War below zero, by B. Balchen, 
Corey Ford [and] Oliver La Farge. © June 13, 
1944; A 181293; Army air forces aid soc, Wash- 
ington. 3069 

Barach (Alvan L.) Principles and practices of in- 
halational therapy. © May 31, 1944; A 181109; 
J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 3070 

Bartlett (Ruhl J.) League to enforce peace. © May 
27, 1944; A 181040; University of North Carolina 
press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 3071 

Bartman (Mark) Yank in Africa, © May 24, 1944; 
A 180923; Albert Whitman & co., Chicago. 

3072 

Bassett (Sara Ware)* Boston. Heart's haven. [1st 
ed.] © June 16, 1944; A 181291. 3073 

Bates (Esther Willard) Edwin Arlington Robinson 
and his manuscripts. © May 15, 1944; A 181053; 
Colby college library, Waterville, Me. 3074 

Bauer (W. W.) Contagious diseases. © May 15, 
1944; A 18 1045; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 

3075 

Bayer (George)* Carmel, Calif. Turning four hun- 
dred years of astrology to practical use and 
other matters. © Jan. 18, 1944; A 181031. 

3076 

Bayne (J. Breckinridge) Bugs and bullets. © May 
8, 1944; A 180848; Richard R. Smith, New York. 

3077 



Bean (Leon Linwood)* Freeport, Me. Hunting- 
fishing and camping. © May 18, 1944; A 181003. 

3078 

Beard (James)* New York. Fowl and game cook- 
ery. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 181015. 3079 



Beauclerk (Helen)* Morcambelake, Bridport, Eng- 
land. Where the treasure is. © 1 c. Apr. 
22, 1944; A ad int. 28251; pubd. Feb. 25. 

3080 



Beck (Frank Victor) Field seed industry in the 
United States. © June 17, 1944; A 181339; Uni- 
versity of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 3081 



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Beer-Hofmann (Richard) Paula. © Apr. 22, 1944; 
A 181002; Otto Kallir, New York. 3082 

Beery (John R.)* New York. Current conceptions 
of democracy. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 181241. 

3083 

Beik (Paul H.) Judgment of the old regime. © May 
31, 1944; A 181065; Columbia univ. press, New 
York. 3084 

[Bell (George Kennedy Allen)]* Chichester, Eng- 
land. Germany and the Hitlerite state, by the 
Bishop of Chichester. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1944; A 
ad int. 28250; puW. Feb. 25. 3085 

Benet (Stephen Vincent) America. ©May 25, 1944; 
A 180951; Rosemary Carr Benet, New York. 

3086 

Berdyaev (Nicholas) Slavery and freedom. [By]N. 
Berdyaev. [Translated from the Russian, by R. 
M. French] © May 15, 1944; A 181161; Charles 
Scribner's sons, New York. 3087 

Berlin (Ellin)* New York. Land I have chosen. 
[1st ed.] © June 16, 1944; A 181325. 3088 

Bernard (Theos) Hatha yoga. © May 24, 1944; A 
180948; Columbia univ. press, New York. 3089 

Bernhard (Josephine B.) Lullaby. Why the pussy- 
cat washes himself so often. © June 5, 1944; A 
181362; Roy publishers, a. n.; New York. 

3090 

Bernhard (J oz efa B.) Gwiazdkowa kolysanka. © 
June 5, 1944; A 181361; Roy publishers, a. n., 
New York. 3091 

Berry (Erick) Hearthstone in the wilderness. © 
May 23, 1944; A 180858; Macmillan co.. New 



York, 



3092 



Besso (Henry V.) Conversational French, by H. V. 
Besso and L. Clark Keating. © May 23, 1944; A 
180928; Walter Frese, New York. 3093 

Best (Charles Herbert) Living body, by C. H. Best 
and Norman Burke Taylor. © June 1, 1944; A 
181118; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 3094 

Bienstock (Gregory) Management in Russian in- 
dustry and agriculture. [By] G. Bienstock, Sol- 
omon M. Schwarz and Aaron Yugow. [Translat- 
ed by Herbert Solow] Edited by Arthur Feiler 
and Jacob Marschak. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 180892; 
Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 

3095 

Bierman (William) Physical medicine in general 
practice. © June 14, 1944; A 181328; Paul B. 
Hoeber, inc., New York. 3096 

Binns (Archie)* Seattle. Timber beast. © May 15, 
1944; A 181160. 3097 

Birkenhead (Sheila)* London. Against oblivion. © 
June 20, 1944; A 181367. 3098 

Blatz (William E.) Understanding the young child. 
© May 10, 1944; A 180889; William Morrow & 
co., inc., New York. 3099 



Bloom (Sol)* Washington. Our heritage; George 
Washington and the establishment of the American 
union, by S. Bloom, with a biographical sketch 
by Ira E. Bennett. © May 19, 1944; A 180943. 

3100 

Boardman (Fon W.) jr. Columbia, an American 
university in peace and war. © June 12, 1944; 
A 181344; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

3101 

Bodecker (Charles F.)* New York. Fundamentals 
of dental histology and embryology including 
applications. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 181323. 3102 



Bodley (R. V. C.)* New York. 
© May 6, 1944; A 181082. 



Wind in the Sahara. 
3103 



Bollinger (James W.)* Davenport, la. Lincoln, 
statesman and logician. © May 25, 1944; A 
180945. 3104 

Booth (Charles G.)* Grossmont, Calif. Mr. Angel 
comes aboard. [1st ed.] © May 19, 1944; A 
180853. 3105 

Bowman (Jeanne) Home for him. © June 6, 1944; 
A 181272; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 3106 

Boyer (O. A.)* Mendham, N. J. She wears a crown 
of thorns. © May 18, 1944; A 181078. 3107 

Bradbury (Bianca) Muggins. © June 13, 1944; A 
181295; Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 3108 

Bradstreet (R. B.) Standardization of volumetric 
solutions. © May 31, 1944; A 181300; Chemical 
pub. co., inc., Brooklyn. 3109 



Bramhall (Marion)* 
button. [1st ed.l 



Southwick, Mass. Button, 

£> June 16, 1944; A 181327. 

3110 



Branch (Florenz) The fleshpots. © June 6, 
A 181274; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; 
3111 



Brant (Sebastian) Ship of fools, by S. Brant. Trans- 
lated into rhyming couplets, with introduction 
and commentary, by Edwin H. Zeydel. © May 
20, 1944; A 180907; Columbia univ. press, New 
York. 3112 

Brecht (Arnold) Prelude to silence. © June 22, 
1944; A 181402; Oxford univ. press, New York, 
inc., New York. 3113 

Briggs (James Harvey) Friend Jasper, the chapar- 
ral philosopher. [1st ed.] © Apr. 5, 1944; A 
181219; Naylor co., San Antonio. 3114 

Broadus (John A.) On the preparation and delivery 
of sermons, by J. A. Broadus. New and revised 
edition by Jesse Burton Weatherspoon. © June 
14, 1944; A 181352; Harper & bros., New York. 

3115 

Bronson (Ruth Muskrat) Indians are people, too. 
© June 6, 1944; A 181250; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 3116 

Brown (Anson Lee)* Columbus, O. Technical 
methods for the technician. © May 18, 1944; A 

3117 



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3154 



Brown (Margaret Wise)* New York, 
white. © May 24, 1944; A 180940. 



Black and 
3118 



Browning (Mary Eleanor)* Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
Our nation's capital. © May 23, 1944; A 180927. 

3119 

Buchwald (Nathaniel)* New York. Theatre. © 
Jan. 15, 1944; A 181238. 3120 

Bundy (Ross) Romance of existence. © June 15, 
1944; A 181310; Pitman pub. Corp., New York. 

3121 

Burgess (Thornton W.)* Springfield, Mass. Ad- 
ventures of Johnny Chuck, by T. W. Burgess, 
with illustrations by Harrison Cady. © June 7, 
1944; A 181142. 3122 

Burt (Katharine Newlin)* Southern Pines, N. C. 
Captain Millett's island. © May 29, 1944; A 
181005. 3123 

Burton (Earl) By sea and by land. © June 19, 1944; 
A 181392; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 

3124 

Cable (Mildred) & French (Francesca)* Bickley, 
Kent, England. Gobi desert. © June 6, 1944; A 
181069. 3125 

Cain (Stanley A.) Foundations of plant geography. 
[1st ed.] © May 24, 1944; A 180939; Harper & 
bros., New York. 3126 

California reporter, covering cases reported in 
Pacific reporter, Second series. 143 P. 2d- 144 
P. 2d. © May 22, 1944; A 181183; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 3127 



Cameron (William)* Stockholm. 
© June 13, 1944; A 181215. 



Day is coming. 
3128 



Campa (Arturo L.) Acquiring Spanish. [By] A. L. 
Campa, Vera Rogers Maxwell, Frances Hagood 
[and] Pedro A. Cebollero. © June 20, 1944; A 
181368; Macmillan co., New York. 3129 

Campbell (Gladys) & Thomas (Russell B.)* Chicago. 
Reading English literature. © June 21, 1944; A 
181386. 3130 

Campbell (Walter Stanley)* Norman, Okl. Writing 
non-fiction, by W. S. Campbell (Stanley Vestal) 
© May 25, 1944; A 181075. 3131 



Carpenter (J. Henry) Peace through co-operation, 
[lsted.] © May 24, 1944; A 180934; Harper & 
bros., New York. 3132 

Carroll (Declan Francis) comp. Hour of adoration. 
© June 2, 1944; A 181138; St. Anthony's guild, 
Paterson. 3133 



Chamberlain (Ernest Barrett) Our independent 
schools. © June 5, 1944; A 181131; Amer. book 
co., New York. 3134 

Chellew (Henry)* London. Children's dictionary. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1944; A ad int. 28278; pubd. Nov. 
30, 1943. 3135 



Cheng (Chi-yu)* Berkeley, Calif. New China in 
verse. © May 20, 1944; A 180861. 3136 



Cherne (Leo)* New York. Rest of your life, 
ed.] © June 2, 1944; A 181088. 



[1st 
3137 



Childs (Marquis W.)* Washington. The cabin. [1st 
ed.] © May 24, 1944; A 180936. 3138 

Churchill (Ruel V.) Modern operational mathe- 
matics in engineering. 1st ed. © May 29, 1944; 
A 180980; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 3139 

Clark (Henry W.) Cross and the eternal order. © 
1 c. June 7, 1944; A ad int. 28268; pubd. Nov. 23, 
1943; Macmillan co., New York. 3140 

Clayton (E. H.) Heaven below. © June 12, 1944; A 
181356; Prentice-Hall, inc., New York. 3141 



Coe (Charles Francis)* Palm Beach, Fla. Never 
a dull moment. © May 23, 1944; A 180926. 

3142 



Coffin (Carlyn)* Schenectady, N. Y. Dogwatch. © 
June 15, 1944; A 181258. 3143 

Cole (Walton Elbert) Standing up to life. © June 
19, 1944; A 181400; Beacon press, Boston. 

3144 

Collier's year book. 1944. Covering events of the 
year 1943. © May 17, 1944; A 181332; P. F. 
Collier & son Corp., New York. 3145 

Colorado. Supreme court . Cases argued and deter- 
mined, v. 111. © May 10, 1944; A 180992; 
State of Colorado, Denver. 3146 

Colvin (Sarah Tarleton) Rebel in thought. © May 
22, 1944; A 181365; Island workshop press, co- 
op, inc., New York. 3147 

Comstock (John P.) Introduction to naval archi- 
tecture. © June 5, 1944; A 181098; Simmons- 
Boardman pub. Corp., New York. 3148 



Connell (Catharine) ed. Love poems old and new. 
© Nov. 26, 1943; A 181164; Random house, inc., 
New* York. 3149 



Conrad (Ernst A.) Reflections and memories. © 
June 2, 1944; A 181205; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 3150 



Cook (Raymond Allen)* Richmond, Fla. This the 
while. © Sept. 12, 1943; A 180875. 3151 

Core (Sue)* Ancon, Panama, Canal Zone. Panama 
for young folks. © May 25, 1944; A 181008. 

3152 

Corpus juris secundum, v. 40. © May 11, 1944; 
A 180874; Amer. law book co., Brooklyn. 3153 

Corrick (Franklin) comp . General statutes of 
Kansas, 1935. 1943 supplement. Cumulative. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; A 180893; F. Corrick, revisor 
of statutes for the use & benefit of the state of 
Kansas, Topeka, Kan. 3154 



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Corry (Sarah) Notes on nursing by a nurse. © May 
8, 1944; A 180911; D. Appleton-Century co., inc., 
New York. 3156 

Cosper (Russell) This is your language. © June 2, 
1944; A 181192; D. Appleton-Century co., inc., 
New York. 3156 

Coupland (Reginald)* Oxford, England. Indian 
politics, 1936-1942. © 1 c. July 13, 1943; A ad 
int. 28265; pubd. Mar. 22. 3157 

Covert (Alice Lent)* McAlester, Okl. Eternal 
mountain. [1st ed.] © May 19, 1944; A 180855. 

3158 

Coxe (George Harmon)* Old Lyme, Conn. Groom 
lay dead. [1st ed.] © May 22, 1944; A 180883. 

3159 

Craig (Hardin) ed. Machiavelli's The prince. An 
Elizabethan translation. © May 20, 1944; A 
181101; University of North Carolina press, 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 3160 

Crawford (Robert John)* Maiden, Surrey, England 
& Dalgleish (John)* London. I was an Eighth 
army soldier. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1944; A ad int. 
28254; pubd. Feb. 25. 3161 

Creel (George) War criminals and punishment. 
[1st ed.] © May 15, 1944; A 180997; Robert M. 
McBride & co., New York. 3162 

Cressey (George B.) Asia's lands and peoples. 1st 
ed. © Apr. 28, 1944; A 180887; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 3163 

Crowell (Grace Noll) Shining hour. © May 25, 
1944; A 181321; Augsburg pub. house, Minne- 
apolis. 3164 



Curtiss (Mina)* Boston. Letters home. 
© June 8, 1944; A 181117. 



lsted.] 
3165 



Dahl (J. O.) Restaurant management, principles 
and practice. © June 14, 1944; A 181350; 
Harper & bros., New York. 3166 

Dale (Celia) Least of these. © 1 c. June 7, 1944; 
A ad int. 28267; pubd. Oct. 14, 1943; CeliaMar- 
jorie Ramsey, London. ■ 3167 

Daniel (Hawthorne)* Tuckahoe, N. Y. Islands of 
the East Indies. © May 26, 1944; A 181060. 

3168 

Dannett (Sylvia G. L.) Defy the tempest, by S. G. 
L. Dannett and Edwin Bennett. © June 1, 1944; 
A 181028; Julian Messner, inc., New York. 

3169 

Dawson (Minnie Dee) Love and laugh. © May 25, 
1944; A 181204; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadel- 
phia. 3170 

Debo (Angle) Prairie City. [1st ed.] © May 22, 
1944; A 181046; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 

3171 

Dodge (Barnett F.) Chemical engineering thermo- 
dynamics, lsted. © May 25, 1944; A 180956; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 3172 



Doeblin (Alfred)* Los Angeles. Nocturne 
1, 1944; A 181033. 



© May 
3173 



Dolman (John) jr. Handbook of public speaking. © 
May 25, 1944; A 181127; Harcourt, Brace & co., 
inc., New York. 3174 



Downes (Edward)* 
phonic music. 



New York. Adventures in sym- 
D May 25, 1944; A 180952. 3175 



Downs (John W.)* Portsmouth, N. H. Sprays of 
salt, by J. W. Downs. Compilation by Ida L. 
Batchelder. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 180879. 3176 

Drake (Nell Rice)* Crete, Neb. American over- 
tones and undertones. © May 25, 1944; A 180982. 

3177 

Draper (Theodore)* Brooklyn. Six weeks' war, 
France, May 10-June 25, 1940. © June 9, 1944; 
A 181163. 3178 

Du Jardin (Rosamond)* Glen Ellyn, 111. Brief 
glory. © June 19, 1944; A 181455. 3179 

Duncan (Hazel Mae)* Chicago. Poemettes of the 
hour, [lsted.] © May 22, 1944; A 180964. 

3180 

Eastman kodak co.,* Rochester, N. Y. Photomi- 
crography. © May 29, 1944; A 181090. 3181 

Eerdmans (William B.) pub. co.,* Grand Rapids, 
Mich. Dutch-English and English-Dutch diction- 
ary. © May 20, 1944; A 181307. 3182 

Electronic engineering, v. 16, no. 195, May, 1944. 
© 1 c. June 2, 1944; A ad int. 28266; pubd. Apr. 
29; Hulton press, ltd., London. 3183 

Emerson (Caroline D.) Mickey sees the U. S. A. 
© May 17, 1944; A 181186; Walt Disney pro- 
ductions, Burbank, Calif. 3184 

Emery (S. I.)* Colorado Springs. General cate- 
chism for senior young people. © May 27, 1944; 
A 181363. 3185 

Encyclopedia Americana, v. 1-30. ©May 15, 1944; 
A 181050; Americana Corp., Chicago. 3186 

Encyclopedia of American biography. New series, 
v. 16. © Jan. 15, 1944; A 181287; Amer. his- 
torical co., inc., New York. 3187 

Evans (Lucille) Bright meridian. © May 17, 1944; 
A 181057; Wagon & star publishers, West Los 
Angeles, Calif. 3188 

Fabricius (Johan) Nacht over Java. © June 1, 1944; 
A 181071; Querido, inc., New York. 3189 

Far j eon (Jefferson) Greenmask. [1st ed.] © May 
1, 1944; A 181128; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 3190 

Farrell (James T.)* New York. To whom it may 
concern and other stories. © May 25, 1944; A 
181016. 3191 

Favill (John) Primer of celestial navigation. © 
June 1, 1944; A 181387; Cornell maritime press, 
New York. 3192 



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Federal digest. 1943 annual. © May 29, 1944; A 
181184; West pub. co., St. Paul. 3193 

Federal reporter. Second series, v. 140 F. 2d. © 
June 12, 1944; A 181419; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

3194 

Federal supplement, v. 53. © May 31, 1944; A 
181180; West pub. co., St. Paul. 3195 

Federal writers' project. Pennsylvania, comp . Oil 
and gas. © June 1, 1944; A 181063; Division of 
extension education, Board of public education, 
Philadelphia. 3196 

Fernand- Laurent (J. C.)* New York. Gallic char- 
ter, foundations of tomorrow's France. [1st ed.] 
. © June 22, 1944; A 181401. 3197 

Field (Peter) Maverick's return. © May 10, 1944; 
A 181007; William Morrow & co., inc., New York. 

3198 

Fielding (A.) Pointer to a crime. © 1 c. May 24, 
1944; A ad int. 28255; pubd. Feb. 7; Crime club, 
London. 3199 

Filmer (Victor)* London. Vic Filmer's guide to 
buskers. © 1 c. May 27, 1944; A ad int. 28280; 
pubd. Apr. 30. 3200 

Fine (Sherwood M.) Public spending and postwar 
economic policy. © June 9, 1944; A 181225; 
Columbia univ. press, New York. 3201 

Finlay (Ernest) Drylake desperadoes. © June 6, 
1944; A 181276; Phoenix press, New York. 

3202 

Fitt (Mary)* St. Mellons, Mon., England. Clues to 
Christabel. © 1 c. June 23, 1944; A ad int. 
28303; pubd. May 1. 3203 

Foote (B. P.) Government dictation, by B. P. Foote 
and Earl P. Strong. © May 16, 1944; A 181245; 
Gregg pub. co., New York. 3204 

Footner (Hulbert)* Lusby, Md. Unneutral murder. 
[1st ed.] © June 14, 1944; A 181348. 3205 

[Foster (Margaret Rumer)]* Bren, Srinigar, 
Kashmir, India. Rung li- rung liot, by Rumer God- 
den [pseud.] © 1 c. June 24, 1944; A ad int. 
28300; pubd. Jan. 10. 3206 

Francis (Robert)* Lake Placid, N. Y. Sound I 
listened for. © June 13, 1944; A 181214. 

3207 

Freedman (Abraham L.) & Freedman (Maurice)* 
Philadelphia. Law of marriage and divorce in 
Pennsylvania, v. 2. © June 19, 1944; A 181388. 

3208 

[Fry (Edwin Maxwell)]* London. Fine building, by 
Maxwell Fry. © 1 c. May 24, 1944; A ad int. 
28248; pubd. Apr. 3. 3209 

[Fry (Sheila Kay e-Smith)]* Northiam, Sussex, Eng- 
land & Stern (Gladys Bronwyn)* London. Speak- 
ing of Jane Austen, by Sheila Kaye-Smith and G. 
B. Stern. [1st ed.] © May 24, 1944; A 180937. 

3210 
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[Fyfe (Harry Hamilton)]* Brighton, Sussex, Eng- 
land. Britain's war-time revolution, by Hamil- 
ton Fyfe. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1944; A ad int. 28252; 
pubd. Feb. 25. 3211 

Gajard (Joseph) Rhythm of plainsong, by J. Gajard, 
Translated by Aldhelm Dean. © 1 c. June 1, 
1944; A ad int. 28264; pubd. Aug. 3, 1943; Rush- 
worth & Dreaper, Liverpool, England. 3212 

Gardner (Erie Stanley)* Temecula, Calif. Case of 
the crooked candle. Victory ed. © May 10, 
1944; A 180890. 3213 

Gay (Romney) Joke on Cinder. © May 15, 1944; A 
181187; Phyllis Britcher, New York. 3214 



Gellermann (William)* Chicago. 
June 8, 1944; A 181324. 



Martin Dies. © 
3215 



Gershoy (Leo) From despotism to revolution, 
1763-1789. © June 14, 1944; A 181353; Harper 
& bros., New York. 3216 

Gill (Eric) It all goes together. © May 22, 1944; 
A 180901; Devin-Adair co., New York. 3217 

Glass (E. R.)* Baltimore. Blue book of Diesel and 
internal combustion engines. © June 10, 1944; 
A 181304. 3218 

Glenn (Paul J.) Introduction to philosophy. © June 
13, 1944; A 181234; B. Herder book co., St. 
Louis. 3219 



Gluck (Gustave Henry)* Palisade, N. J. 
ahead. © Feb. 1, 1944; A 181004. 



Problems 
3220 



Gordon (Caroline)* Monteagle, Tenn. Women on 
the porch. © May 8, 1944; A 181231. 3221 



Goshal (Kumar) People of India. 
A 181252; Sheridan house, inc. 



© May 12, 1944; 
New York. 3222 



Gould (Dorothea K.)* Delmar, N. Y. Little acres. 
[1st ed.] © June 15, 1944; A 181378. 3223 

Graham (Edward H.) Natural principles of land use. 
© May 23, 1944; A 180970; Oxford univ. press, 
New York, inc., New York. 3224 

Graham (Shirley) Dr. George Washington Carver, 
scientist, by S.Graham and George D. Lipscomb. 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 181029; Julian Messner, inc., 
New York. 3225 

Granville (William Anthony) Plane trigonometry, 
by W. A. Granville. Revised Percey F. Smith 
and James S. Mikesh. © Apr. 15, 1944; A 181152; 
Percey F. Smith, New Haven & James S. Mikesh, 
Lawrenceville, N. J. 3226 

Green (Frederick Lawrence)* Belfast, North 
Ireland. On the edge of the sea. © 1 c. June 8, 
1944; A ad int. 28270; pubd. Mar. 27. 3227 

Greenan (John T.)* East Orange, N. J. & Meredith 
(Albert B.)* Wakefield, N. H. Everyday prob- 
lems of American democracy. © June 5, 1944; 
A 181297. 3228 

Greenberg (Louis) Jews in Russia, v. 1. © May 9, 
1944; A 180960; Yale univ. press,New Haven. 3229 



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Greenwood (Robert) Mr. Bunting. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1942; A ad int. 28249; pubd. Oct. 3, 1940; Bobbs- 
Merrill co., Indianapolis. 3230 

Greet (W. Cabell) World words. © May 25, 1944; 
A 181058; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

3231 

Gregg (A. L.) Tropical nursing. © Apr. 10, 1944; 
A 180840; Philosophical library, New York. 

3232 

Gregg (John Robert) Private secretary. © May 31, 
1944; A 181246; Gregg pub. co., New York. 

3233 



Grew (Joseph C.)* Washington. 
© May 15, 1944; A 180958. 



Ten years in Japan. 
3234 



Griffiths (Harold) Mathematics for aircraft engine 
mechanics. 1st ed. © June 2, 1944; A 181111; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 3235 



Grillo (Francesco)* New York. 
Feb. 22, 1944; A 181406. 



Canti barbari. © 
3236 



Groves (Harold M.) Production, jobs and taxes. 1st 
ed. © May 26, 1944; A 181018; Committee for 
economic development, New York. 3237 

Gruber (L. Franklin) Six creative days. © May 15, 
1944; A 181316; Amelia Gruber, Maywood, III. 

3238 

Grundy (Gabriel) Awake, America! © May 15, 
1944; A 180977; Bruce Humphries, inc., Bos- 
ton. 3239 

Gunn (Neil M.) Man goes alone. © May 18, 1944; 
A 181125; George W. Stewart, publisher, inc., 
New York. 3240 

Gunther (Carl E. M.) Practical malaria control, 
by A. E. M. Gunther. [Translated by Marion 
Lee Taylor] © May 25, 1944; A 181114; Philo- 
sophical library, inc., New York. 3241 



Gurd (Fraser B.) Technique in trauma, by F. B. 
Gurd and F. Douglas Ackman, in collaboration 
with John W. Gerrie [and others] With com- 
mentary by Ralph R. Fitzgerald. © May 12, 1944; 
A 180886; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

3242 

Hafstad (Margaret Riggs) Use without waste. [By] 
M. R. Hafstad and George E. Hafstad. © June 
2, 1944; A 181067; Webster pub. co., inc., St. 
Louis. 3243 



Hall (Manly Palmer)* Los Angeles. Guru, by his 
disciple. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 181200. 3244 



Halley (Henry Hampton)* Chicago. Pocket Bible 
handbook. © May 12, 1944; A 181052. 3245 

Hammons (OrlaC.)* San Antonio. Bum— fighting 
soldier dog. © June 2,1944; A 181195. 3246 

Hanthorne (Cleo M.)* Lamoni, la. Bell tower's 
eye. © June 2, 1944; A 181104. 3247 



Harrington (Marcella)* Bridgeport, Conn. Stub- 
born, the mule. © June 16, 1944; A 181286. 

3248 

Harris (P. Buford) Modern watch and clock repair- 
ing. © June 7, 1944; A 181167; Nelson-Hall co., 
Chicago. 3249 

Hart (Basil Henry Liddell)* High Wray, Nr. Am- 
bleside, Westmoreland, England. Thoughts on 
war. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; A ad int. 28295; pubd. 
Apr. 21. 3250 

[Hart (George M.)] History of George School, 1893- 
1943. [By G. M. Hart and William Hubben] © 
Nov. 6, 1943; A 181051; George School alumni 
assn., George School, Pa. 3251 

Hart(W.E.) Hitler's generals. [1st ed.] © May 19, 
1944; A 181389; Doubleday, Doran & co.', inc., 
New York. 3252 

Hartwell (H. Ameroy) Red lights on the horizon. 
© June 6, 1944; A 181130; Bruce Humphries, 
inc., Boston. 3253 

Havighurst (Walter) & Havighurst (Marion)* Ox- 
ford, O. High prairie. © May 25, 1944; A 
180953. 3254 

Hawkes (Clarence) Service man's friend. © May 
25, 1944; A 180975; Chapman & Grimes, inc., 
Boston. 3255 

Hay (Ella H.) Happy days in the garden. © Apr. 10, 
1944; A 180914; Beckley-Cardy co., Chicago. 

3256 

Hayek (F. A.) Road to serfdom. © 1 c. June 2, 
1944; A ad int. 28263; pubd. Mar. 10; University 
of Chicago, Chicago. 3257 

Haynes (Sheppard Knapp) Practical pigeon pro- 
duction. © May 26, 1944; A 181064; Orange 
Judd pub. co., inc., New York. 3258 

Healy (Laurin Hall) Admiral, by L. H. Healy and 
Luis Kutner. © June 19, 1944; A 181394; Ziff- 
Davis pub. co., Chicago. 3259 



Hegarty (Edward J.) How to run a sales meeting. 
1st ed. © June 13, 1944; A 181228; McGraw- 
Hill book co., inc., New York. 3260 

[Henderson (Le Grand)]* Thomaston, Ga. Augustus 
drives a jeep, by Le Grand [pseud. 1st ed.] 
© May 19, 1944; A 180851. 3261 

Hervey (John) Racing in America, 1665-1865. [v.] 
1, 2. © May 1, 1944; A 181009; Jockey club, 
New York. 3262 



Heuer (George J.) Treatment of peptic ulcer, by G. 
J. Heuer, assisted by Cranston Holman [and] 
William A. Cooper. © May 8, 1944; A 180885; 
J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 3263 

Heurlin (Eric J.)* El Campo, Tex. Pen pictures 
of Jesus and other poems. © May 25, 1944; A 
181115. 3264 



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Higger (Michael)* New York. Oxar ha-beraitot. 
v. 7. © June 14, 1944; A 181237. 3265 

Hoffman (William G.) Effective radio speaking, by 
W. G„ Hoffman and Ralph L. Rogers. 1st ed. © 
June 15, 1944; A 181391; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 3266 

Hogg (George)* Paochi, China. I see a new China. 
© June 21, 1944; A 181385. 3267 



Hoster (Grace)* Blackfoot, Id. 
© May 11, 1944; A 180843. 



Trial by murder. 
3268 



Hough (Donald)* New York. Captain Retread. [1st 
ed.] © May 12, 1944; A 181175. 3269 

Howard (Mrs . B. C.) Fifty years in a Maryland 
kitchen, by Mrs. B. C. Howard. Revised by 
Florence Brobeck. © May 15, 1944; A 181013; 
M. Barrows & co., inc., New York. 3270 

[Howard (James L.)] Four men of the Travelers. 
© May 15, 1944; A 180947; Travelers insurance 
co., Hartford. 3271 



Hoyningen-Huene (George)* Glen Cove, 
Hellas. © Apr. 21, 1944; A 180877. 



N. Y. 
3272 



Hoyt (John R.) Safety after solo. 1st ed. © June 1, 
1944; A 181112; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 3273 



Huffman (Jasper A.)* Upland, Ind. 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 181360. 



Holy Spirit. © 
3274 



Hughes (Riley) Our Coast guard academy. © May 
15, 1944; A 180900; U. S. coast guard academy 
alumni assn., New London, Conn. 3275 

Huizinga (Henry)* Kalamazoo, Mich. Gospel 
according to St. John in verse. © May 24, 1944; 
A 181022. 3276 

Humphrey (Richard Burton)* Dallas. American 
notary manual. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 180931. 

3277 

Hutchins (Margaret) Introduction to reference work. 
© May 22, 1944; A 180906; Amer. library assn., 
Chicago. 3278 

Huxley (Julian A.)* London. On living in a revolu- 
tion. [1st ed.] © May 24, 1944; A 181091. 

3279 



Illinois. Supreme court . Reports of cases at law 
and in chancery argued and determined, v. 384. 
© May 22, 1944; A 180949; Edwin Hill Cooke, 
Bloomington, III. 3280 



Illustrated London news. v. 204. 3281-3284 

No. 5479, Apr. 22, 1944. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; A 

ad int. 28247; pubd. Apr. 22. 
No. 5480, Apr. 29, 1944. © 1 c. June 1, 1944; A 

ad int. 28262; pubd. Apr. 29. 
No. 5481, May 6, 1944. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; A 

ad int. 28299; pubd. May 6/ 
No. 5482, May 13, 1944. © 1 c. June 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28308; pubd. May 13. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 



Indiana. Appellate court. Reports of the cases 
decided, v. 113. © May 16, 1944; A 180996; 
State of Indiana, Indianapolis. 3285 

Ingalls (Albert G.) ed. Amateur telescope making 
advanced. © June 14, 1944; A 181264; Munn & 
co., inc., New York. 3286 

Inman (Samuel Guy) History of Latin America for 
schools. [By] S. G. Innman [and] C. E. Casta - 
heda. © May 31, 1944; A 181032; Macmillan 
co., New York. 3287 

Iowa. Supreme court . Reports of cases at law and 
in equity, v. 232. © May 18, 1944; A 180880; 
State of Iowa, Des Moines. 3288 

Ives (Howard Chapin)* Lagune Beach, Calif. Nat- 
ural trigonometric functions. © May 16, 1944; 
A 180849. 3289 

Jackson (Ada)* Willenhall, Staffs., England. Be- 
hold the Jew. © 1 c. June 14, 1944; A ad int. 
28283; pubd. Sept. 22, 1943. 3290 

Jacobs (Milton C.)* New York. 3291,3292 

Civil trial evidence. © June 16, 1944; A 181311. 
Outline of life insurance. © June 16, 1944; A 
181312. 

Jacobs (Morris B.) Analytical chemistry of industri- 
al poisons, hazards and solvents. © May 1, 1944; 
A 181134; Interscience publishers, inc., New 
York. 3293 

Jeans (James) Universe around us. © 1 c. June 22, 
1944; A ad int. 28294; pubd. Apr. 28; Macmillan 
co., New York. 3294 

Johnson (Emory R.) Railroads and public welfare. 
© June 5, 1944; A 181099; Simmons -Boardman 
pub. corp., New York. 3295 

Johnson (Roy Ivan) English for your world, by R. I. 
Johnson and A. Laura McGregor. © Apr. 6, 1944; 
A 180864; Ginn & co., Boston. 3296 

Johnson (StanU r) Citizenship, by S. Johnson and 
William M. Alexander. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 
180865; Ginn & co., Boston. 3297 

Johnson (Thomas H.) ed. Return to freedom, by 
Carl L. Becker, James R. Angell [and others] 
© May 19, 1944; A 181062; G. P. Putnam's 
sons, New York. 3298 

Johnston (Eric)* Spokane. America unlimited. [1st 
ed.] © Apr. 21, 1944; A 181290. 3299 

[Jones (Joseph Piper)]* Chapel Hill, N. C. 1-B 
soldier. [By] Joe Jones. [1st ed.] © May 10, 
1944; A 180935. 3300 

Jordan (Robert L.)* Detroit. Two races in one fel- 
lowship. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 181056. 3301 

Judah (Charles B.)* Las Vegas, N. M. Tom Bone. 
© June 7, 1944; A 181153. 3302 

Kagan (Solomon R.) Jewish contributions to medi- 
cine in America. © Dec. 15, 1939; A 180979; 
Boston medical pub. co., Brookline, Mass. 

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Kains (Maurice Grenville)* Livingston Manor, N. 
Y. Fifty years out of college. © May 10, 1944; 
A 181372. 3304 

Kalmbach (A. C.) Railroad panorama. © Mar. 8, 
1044; A 181319; Kalmbach pub. co., Milwaukee. 

3305 

Kessel (Joseph) Army of shadows, by J. Kessel. 
Translated from the French, by Haakon Chevalier. 
© June 19, 1944; A 181390; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 3306 

Kisch (Bruno) Strophanthin, clinical and experi- 
mental experiences of the past 25 years. © Jan. 
1, 1944; A 181407; Brooklyn medical press, inc., 
New York. 3307 

Kris (Ernest) ed. German radio propaganda. [Ed- 
ited by] E. Kris and Hans Speier. © May 18, 
1944; A 180895; Oxford univ. press, New York, 
inc., New York. 3308 



Lamb (Scott G.) Air navigation for beginners, by 
S. G. Lamb, with the cooperation of Mrs. Harry 
Thomas Jordan. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 181218; Mrs. 
Harry Thomas Jordan, Philadelphia. 3309 

Lamott (Willis Church)* Philadelphia. Nippon; the 
crime and punishment of Japan. © May 18, 1944; 
A 181083. 3310 



Lancaster (Bruce)* 
to arms. [1st ed. 



Cambridge, Mass. Trumpet 
© June 6, 1944; A 181097. 

3311 



Laski (Harold J.) Faith, reason, and civilization. 
© June 12, 1944; A 181232; Viking press, inc., 
New York. 3312 

Lawler (Thomas "Bonaventure)* New York. Stand- 
ard history- of America. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 
180866. 3313 

Lawson (Victor E.)* New York. Ranger-commando 
junior. © June 1, 1944; A 181102. 3314 

Leavitt (Sturgis E.) Vamos a leer. [By] S. A. 
Leavitt and Sterling A. Stoudemire. © June 6, 
1944; A 181139; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 3315 



Leggett (William F.) Ancient and medieval dyes. 
© May 15, 1944; A 180912; Chemical pub. co., 
inc., Brooklyn. 3316 



Leideker (Leizer)* Brooklyn. 
Mar. 31, 1944; A 181122. 



Haiuach Haivri. © 
3317 



Leighton (Alexander Hamilton) Navaho door. [By] 
A. H. Leighton [and] Dorothea C. Leighton. © 
June 12, 1944; A 181347; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 3318 

Leonard (Charles L.) Secret of the spa. [1st ed.] 
© May 19, 1944; A 180854; Doubleday, Doran & 
co., inc., New York. 3319 

Levitan (Israel Meyer)* Chicago. Imrei Israel. © 
Oct. 15, 1943; A 180891. 3320 



Lewis (Cecil)* Henley-on-Thames, England. Path- 
finders. © May 10, 1944; A 180888. 3321 

Lilliput. v. 14. 3322-3324 

No. 1, Jan., 1944. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1944; A ad int. 

28281; pubd. Dec. 21, 1943. 
No. 5, May, 1944. © 1 c. May 27, 1944; A ad int. 

28258; pubd. Apr. 20. 
No. 6, June, 1944. © 1 c. June 20, 1944; A ad int. 

28304; pubd. May 23. 
© Pocket publications, ltd., London. 

Lindemann (Kelvin) House with the green tree, by 
K. Lindemann. Translated by Henry Alexander. 
© May 22, 1944; A 180963; L. B. Fischer pub. 
corp., New York. 3325 

Lindsay (Perry) Six times a bride. © June 6, 1944; 
A 181273; Phoenix press, New York. 3326 

Livingston (Sigmund) Must men hate? [1st ed.] © 
June 14, 1944; A 181349; Harper & bros., New 
York. . 3327 

Long (Amelia Reynolds) 3328, 3329 

Murder by treason. © June 6, 1944; A 181314; 

Phoenix press, New York. 
Symphony in murder. © May 29, 1944; A 181095; 

Ziff-Davis pub. co., Chicago. 

Lorand (Sandor)* New York. Psvchoanalysis to- 
day. [1st ed.] © June 1, 1944; A 181359. 3330 

Lord (Robert H.) History of the Archdiocese of 
Boston in the various stages of its development, 
1604-1943, by R. H. Lord, John E. Sexton [and] 
Edward T. Harrington, v. 1-3. © May 31, 1944; 
A 181092; Roman Catholic archbishop of Boston, 
Boston. 3331 



Lotz (P. Henry) Worship services for the church 
year. Worship services prepared by P. H. Lotz. 
Interpretative mediations by Grace Chapin Auten. 
© June 7, 1944; A 181129; C. D. Pantle, St. 
Louis. 3332 

Louden (J. Keith)* Lancaster, Pa. Wage incentives, 
© June 8, 1944; A 181357. 3333 



Louisiana reports, v. 204. © June 16, 1944; A 
181414; West pub. co., St. Paul. 3334 

Lounsbery (Arthur M.) ed. 13th giant crossword 
puzzle book. © Mar. 20, 1944; A 181283; 
Crown publishers, New York. 3335 

Lowell (Abbott Lawrence) Facts and visions. © 
June 12, 1944; A 181261; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 3336 

Lozano (Argentina Diaz) Enriqueta and I, by A. D. 
Lozano. Translated from the Spanish, by Harriet 
deOnfs. © May 11, 1944; A 180844; Farrar & 
Rinehart, inc., New York. 3337 

Lyon (Thoburn C.) Elementary air navigation. © 
May 20, 1944; A 181173; Natl, aeronautics 
council, inc., New York. 3338 



McAuliffe (Harold J.)* St. Mary's, Kan. 
Tim. © May 27, 1944; A 181025. 



Father 
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3373 



McClinton (Katharine Morrison)* Bronxville, N. 
Y. Flower arrangement in the church. © June 1, 
1944; A 181024. 3340 

McDougal (Wynne L.) Applied electricity, by W. L. 
McDougal, Carl H. Dunlap, Gilbert M. Heine 
[and others] v. 1-8. © May 19, 1944; A 180920; 
Amer. technical soc, Chicago. 3341 

[McFarland (Thomas Stuart)] McFarland journal. 
© June 11, 1943; A 181145; Yanaguana soc., San 
Antonio. 3342 

McGraw-Hill book co., inc.,* New York. Air navi- 
gation. Pt. 4. © May 23, 1944; A 181239. 

3343 

McGraw-Hill pub. co.,* New York. Manpower 
utilization. © Jan. 19, 1944; A 181123. 3344 

Mcintosh (Florence M.) Time and tide and other 
poems. © May 19, 1944; A 180978; Bruce 
Humphries, inc., Boston. 3345 



McKay (George L.)* New York. Early American 
currency. © June 8, 1944; A 181305. 3346 

Mackay (Margaret)* New York. Homeward the 
heart. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 181107. 3347 

McKee (Elmore McNeill) Beyond the night. © May 
8, 1944; A 181156; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 3348 

Mackenzie (Colin) Sailors of fortune, [lsted.] © 
May 24, 1944; A 180909; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 3349 

McKinley (Albert E.) World history today, by A. E. 
McKinley, Arthur C. How land and Matthew L. 
Dann. © May 16, 1944; A 180859; Amer. book 
co., New York. 3350 

Maeterlinck (Maurice) L'hote inconnu. © Oct. 1, 
1917; A for. 48677; Dodd, Mead & co., New York. 

3351 

Mallalieu (Joseph Percival William)* Larkwood 
Delph, Nr. Oldman, Lancashire, England. Very 
ordinary seaman. © 1 c. June 7, 1944; A ad int. 
28273; pubd. Apr. 10. 3352 

[Mallowan (Agatha Christie)]* New York. Towards 
zero. [By] Agatha Christie. © June 12, 1944; A 
181346. - 3353 

Malone (George W.) ed. Industrial service encyclo- 
pedia of resources. 11 western states, Alaska, 
Hawaii, Philippines. © Feb. 15, 1944; A 181203; 
Industrial west foundation, San Francisco. 

3354 

Mangrum (Marion R.)* Norman, Okl. Who's who 
in cocker spaniels, by Marion Mangrum. © Dec. 
18, 1943; A 181166. 3355 

Mannheim (Karl) Diagnosis of our time. © May 11, 
1944; A 181144; Oxford univ. press, New York, 
inc., New York. 3356 

Mario (Thomas)* New York. Face in the aspic. 
© Feb. 24, 1944; A 181177. 3357 



Maritain (Jacques) Christianity and democracy, 
by J. Maritain. Translated by Doris C. Anson. 
© May 15, 1944; A 181159; Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 3358 

Markley (Klare S.) Soybean chemistry and tech- 
nology, by K. S. Markley and Warren H. Goss. 
© May 18, 1944; A 180915; Chemical pub. co., 
inc., Brooklyn. 3359 

Marks (Edward B.) They all had glamour. © Apr. 
20, 1944; A 181027; Edward B. Marks music Corp., 
New York. 3360 

Martin (Hugh) Christian counter-attack, by H. 
Martin, Douglas Newton, H. M. Waddams [and] 
R. R. Williams. © May 8, 1944; A 181157; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 3361 

Martin (John Bartlow) Call it North country. [1st 
ed.] © May 22, 1944; A 181043; Alfred A. Knopf, 
inc., New York. 3362 

Mau (Clayton)* Geneseo, N. Y. Development of 
central and western New York. © Apr. 29, 
1944; A 181132. 3363 

[Mauldin (William)]* Phoenix, Ariz. Mud, mules, 

and mountains, by Bill Mauldin. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 

^ 1944; A ad int. 28296; pubd. Feb. 2. 3364 

Mayer (Edgar) ed. Radiation and climatic therapy 
of chronic pulmonary diseases. © May 19, 
1944; A 180897; Williams & Wilkins co., Balti- 
more. 3365 



Merwin (Decie) Welcome, child! 
A 181343; Oxford univ. press 
New York. 



© June 15, 1944; 

New York, inc., 

3366 



Meyer (Hans) Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas, 
by H. Meyer. Translated by "Frederic Eckhoff. 
© June 15, 1944; A 181285; B. Herder book co., 
St. Louis. 3367 

Meyer (J. G.) Friends near and far. [By] J. G. 
Meyer, Frank E. Sorenson [and] Alta Mclntire. 
© Sept. 17, 1943; A 180985; Follett pub. co., 
Chicago. 3368 

Michell (Gladys Turley) When we grow up. © Sept. 
10, 1943; A 181236; Albert Whitman & co., Chi- 
cago. 3369 

Michelon(LenoC) Composite aircraft manufacture 
and inspection, by L, C. Michelon, with the 
Collaboration of Raymond J. Devereaux. © May 
24, 1944; A 180941; Harper & bros., New York. 

3370 



Michigan. Supreme court. Michigan reports, v. 
306. 1st ed. © June 19, 1944; A 181379; Her- 
man H. Dignan, secretary of state for the state 
of Michigan, Lansing, Mich. 3371 

Miller (Douglas) Via diplomatic pouch. © June 1, 
1944; A 181105; Didier pub. co., New York. 

3372 

Miller (Francis Trevelyan) Eisenhower, man and 
soldier. © June 12, 1944; A 181244; Ann Wood- 
ward Miller, New York. 3373 



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Miller (Max) Daybreak for our carrier. © June 
5, 1944; A 181263; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 3374 

Mills (John) Electronics, today and tomorrow. © 
June 16, 1944; A 181337; D. Van Nostrand co., 
inc., New York. 3375 

Minnigerode (Meade)* Essex, Conn. Essex post, 
1941-1944. © June 12, 1944; A 181358. 3376 

Mississippi. Supreme court. Cases argued and de- 
cided, v. 194. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 181019; 
Central states book co., Columbia, Mo. 3377 

[Montgomery (Robert Bruce)]* Brixham, Devon, 
England. Case of the glided fly, by Edmund 
Crispin [pseud.] © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1944; A ad int. 
28253; pubd. Feb. 25. 3378 

Moore (H. F. S.) Shed a bitter tear. [1st ed.] © 
June 16, 1944; A 181326; Harry S.Moore, Atlanta. 

3379 

Morgan (Willard D.) 3380, 3381 

Correct exposure in photography, by W. D. 

Morgan and Henry M. Lester. [1st ed.] © 

Apr. 10, 1944; A 181221. 
Graphic graf lex photography. [By]W.D. Morgan 

[and] Henry M. Lester. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 

181222. 
©. Morgan ft Lester, New York. 

Morgan (Willard D.) & Lester (Henry M.)* New 
York. Leica manual. © Feb. 29, 1944; A 181220. 

3382 

Morris (C. G.) Fightin'est ship, by C. G. Morris 
and Hugh B. Cave. © June 12, 1944; A 181345; 
Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 3383 

Morrison (Herbert)* London. Prospects and poli- 
cies. [1st ed.] © May 22, 1944; A 181044. 3384 

Moussorgsky (Modeste) Boris Godunoff, by M. 
Moussorgsky. Adapted by Robert Lawrence. 
Illustrated by Alexandre Serebriakoff and Paul 
Kinnear. © May 15, 1944; A 181189; Artists & 
writers guild, inc., New York. 3385 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Magic flute, by W. A. 
Mozart. Adapted by Robert Lawrence. Illustrat- 
ed by Paul Kinnear. © May 15, 1944; A 181188; 
Artists & writers guild, inc., New York. 3386 

Murphy (John J.) June prayers. © June 17, 1943; A 
181197; Peter Reilly co., Philadelphia. 3387 

Murray (Elwood) Speech personality. © June 6, 
1944; A 181298; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

3388 

Muse (A. D.)* Memphis, Tenn. Spirit world, 
demonology. © Mar. 21, 1944; A 181212. 3389 

Mustarde (J. C.) Sun stood still. © 1 c. May 25, 
1944; A ad int. 28284; pubd. Apr. 27; Pilot press, 
ltd., London. 3390 

Myrdal (Gunnar) American dilemma, by G. Myrdal, 
with the assistance of Richard Sterner and Ar- 
nold Rose. v. 1, 2. © Jan. 26, 1944; A 181380, 
181381; Harper & bros., New York. 3391, 3392 



Nash (Anne)* Monterey, Calif. Death by design. 
[1st ed.] © June 2, 1944; A 181086. 3393 

Nathan (Otto) Nazi economic system, Germany's 
mobilization for war. [By] O. Nathan, with the 
collaboration of Milton Fried. © May 3, 1944; 
A 180932; Duke univ. press, Durham, N. C. 

3394 

Negligence and compensation cases annotated. New 
series, v. 14 (new series) © June 14, 1944; A 
181257; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 3395 



Nesbitt (Phil) 3396, 3397 

Nicholas Needlefoot. © May 20, 1944; A 181198. 

Nicolas Patatiesa, por P. Nesbitt. [Traducido 

por Ida Hinajosa] © May 20, 1944; A 181199. 

© Wilcox & Follett co., Chicago. 

New York ( State ) 3398, 3399 

Clevenger's annual practice of New York. 1944. 
22d ed. Edited and annotated by J. R. Clev- 
enger. © May 19, 1944; A 180918; Matthew 
Bender ft* co., Albany & Baker, Voorhis & co., 
inc., New York. 
General laws of the state of New York, covering 
all laws, general, special, or local, passed at 
the regular session, 1944. © May 18, 1944; 
A 180869; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

Nibley (Preston) comp. 3400, 3401 

Missionary experiences. © Mar. 23, 1942; A 

181247; Deseret book co., Salt Lake City. 

Three Mormon classics. [1st ed.] © Apr. 1, 

1944; A 181172; P. Nibley, Salt Lake City. 

Norberg (Kenneth D.)* San Diego, American 
democracy and secondary education. © Apr. 
18, 1944; A 181106. 3402 

Norman (Charles)* New York. Soldier-s diary. 
© May 15, 1944; A 181158. 3403 

Northeastern reporter (2d ser.) Massachusetts 
decisions reported in Northeastern reporter, 
Second series. 50 N. E. 2d - 52 N. E. 2d. © 
May 10, 1944; A 180873; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

3404 



Northwestern reporter (2d ser.) Michigan reporter, 
covering cases reported in North western re- 
porter, Second series. 10 N. W. 2d - 12 N. W. 
2d. © May 17, 1944; A 180861; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 3405 

Norton-Taylor (Duncan)* Maplewood, N. J. With 
my heart in my mouth. © May 8, 1944; A 181083. 

3406 

Nowlin (Gordon A.)* Quincy, Mass. Connecting 
ships' wiring. © June 5, 1944; A 181292. 

3407 

Obenchain (Irving Rock)* Birmingham, Ala. Study 
of certain differences in fourth year high school 
boys and girls. © Aug. 15, 1940; A 181103. 

3408 

Oberste (William H.)* Refugio, Tex. Our Lady 
comes to Refugio. © May 29, 1944; A 181076. 

3409 



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3446 



O'Connor (Frank)* London. Crab apple jelly. © 1 
c. June 19, 1944; A ad int. 28288; pubd. Apr. 21. 

3410 

Odgers (Merle M.) comp . Fifteen hundred looking 
on. © Apr. 6, 1944; A 181335; Girard college, 
Philadelphia. 3411 



Odium (Jerome) 1 
always open. 



Hollywood, Calif. Morgue is 
May 8, 1944; A 181230. 3412 



Odom (Robert Leo) Sunday in Roman paganism. © 
May 25, 1944; A 180925; Review & herald pub. 
assn.. Washington. 3413 

Offner (Herman Leroy)* Edinboro, Pa. Adminis- 
trative procedures for changing curriculum 
patterns for selected state teachers colleges. © 
May 29, 1944; A 181210. 3414 

Ohio law abstract, v. 39. © June 5, 1944; A 181133; 
Law abstract co., Norwalk, O. & Lawyers co- 
operative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 3415 

Oklahoma. Criminal court of appeals . Oklahoma 
criminal reports, v. 76. © June 10, 1944; A 
181301; State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. 

3416 

Supreme court. Oklahoma reports. Cases 

determined, v. 192-A, 192-B. © May 15, 1944; 
A 181302; State of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City. 

3417 

O'Reilly (Tom)* New York. Purser's progress. 
[1st ed.] © May 19, 1944; A 180852. 3418 

Orstein 0. A.) Paintbrush fun for home decoration. 
© May 29, 1944; A 180991; Greenberg, publish- 
er, inc., New York. 3419 

Osborne (John) Acrylic resins in dentistry. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1943; A ad int. 28285; pubd. Oct. 1; 
Blackwell scientific publications, ltd., Oxford, 
England. 3420 

Osborne (Stafford L.) Technic of electrotherapy 
and its physical and physiological basis, by S. 
L. Osborne [and] Harold J. Holmquest. [1st ed.] 
© June 12, 1944; A 181396; Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, III. 3421 

Pacific reporter (2d ser.) Oklahoma decisions re- 
ported in Pacific reporter, Second series. 142 
P. 2d-145 P. 2d. © June 13, 1944; A 181417; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 3422 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 145 P. 2d. © 
May 26, 1944; A 181179; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

3423 



Page (Kirby)* La Habra, Calif. 
© May 25, 1944; A 180954. 



Living abundantly. 
3424 



Palmer (Albert W.) ed. Aids to worship. © June 
20, 1944; A 181371; Macmillan co., New York. 

3425 

Palmer (Winthrop)* New York. 272 Maple avenue. 
© May 15, 1944; A 181116. 3426 

Parker (Robert)* Washington. Headquarters Buda- 
pest. © June 15, 1944; A 181259. 3427 I 



Parkinson (Virginia) 3428, 3429 

Cleanliness, starring Johnny Toothbrush. © Mar. 

1, 1944; A 180987. 
Safety, starring Roy Raccoon and Rob Rabbit. © 

Mar. 1, 1944; A 180986. 
© Sass-Dorne, Los Angeles. 

Parry (Albert) Russian cavalcade. © Feb. 2, 1944; 
A 181039; Ives Washburn, inc., New York. 3430 



Partch (Virgil)* North Hollywood, Calif, 
in here. © May 5, 1944; A 181315. 



It's hot 
3431 



Peat (Fern Bisel) illus . Four stories that never 
grow old. © Aug. 1, 1943; A 180807; John Sher- 
man Bagg, New York. 3432 

Peck (Mary Gray) Carrie Chapman Catt. © June 
5, 1944; A 181211; H. W. Wilson co., New York. 

3433 

Penfield (Thomas) Guide to U. S. navy insignia in- 
cluding U. S. marine corps and U.S. coast guard, 
by T. Penfield, Robert H. Rankin and Gordon A. 
J. Petersen? © May 5, 1944; A 181185; Whit- 
man pub. co., Racine, Wis. 3434 

Pennsylvania. Superior court . Pennsylvania Supe- 
rior court reports, v. 153. © Apr. 12, 1944; A 
181377; Bureau of publications, Department of 
property & supplies, for the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania, Harrisburg, Pa. 3435 

Perkins (Dexter)* Rochester, N. Y. America and 
two wars. [1st ed.] © June 21, 1944; A 131384. 

3436 

Perkins (J. R.) Emperor's physician. © June 15, 
1944; A 181288; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

3437 

[Perrin (A. H.)l Into a second century with Procter 
& Gamble. © Apr. 11, 1944; A 180973; Procter 
& Gamble co., Cincinnati. 3438 

Phillips (Henry Albert)* Washington, Conn. Argen- 
tina, pivot of Pan-American peace. © June 15, 
1944; A 181331. 3439 

Picture post. v. 23. 3440-3443 

No. 5, Apr. 29, 1944. © 1 c. May 27, 1944; A ad 

int. 28259; pubd. Apr. 26. 
No. 6, May 6, 1944. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; A ad 

int. 28282; pubd. May 3. 
No. 7, May 13, 1944. © 1 c. June 21, 1944; A ad 

int. 28293; pubd. May 10. 
No. 8, May 20, 1944. © 1 c. June 20, 1944; A ad 

int. 28292; pubd. May 17. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Plummer (Fred L.) Fundamentals of indeterminate 
structures. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 181012; Pitman 
pub. corp., New York. j* 444 

Poe (W. H.) Florida real estate manual, by W. H. 
Poe and T. P. Warlow, jr. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 
180898; Florida real estate commission, Orlando, 
Fla. 3445 

Popple (Charles Sterling) Development of two 
bank groups in the central northwest. © June 
7, 1944; A 181262; President & fellows of Har- 
vard college, Cambridge, Mass. 3446 



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Potter (Thelma Maude)* New York. Analysis of 
the work of general clerical employees. © Apr. 
24, 1944; A 181209. 3447 

Powel (Lydia) Art museum comes to the school. 
[1st ed.] © May 24, \944; A 180933; Harper & 
bros., New York. 3448 

Pridgen (Tim)* Charlotte, N. C. West goes the 
road, [lsted.] © May 19, 1944; A 180856. 

3449 

Pruszynski (Xavier) Russian year. © May 23, 1944; 
A 181100; Roy publishers, a. n., New York. 

3450 

Public utilities reports. New series, v. 51, 1944. 
© May 23, 1944; A 181155; Public utilities re- 
ports, inc., Washington. 3451 

Punch, v. 206. 3452-3457 

No. 5382, Mar. 29, 1944. © 1 c. May 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28256; pubd. Mar. 29. 
No. 5384, Apr. 12, 1944. © 1 c. June 9, 1944; A 

ad int. 28276; pubd. Apr. 12. 
No. 5385, Apr. 19, 1944. © 1 c. May 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28257; pubd. Apr. 19. 
No. 5386, Apr. 26, 1944. © 1 c. June 22, 1944; 

A ad int. 28301; pubd. Apr. 26. 
No. 5387, May 3, 1944. © 1 c. June 10, 1944; A 

ad int. 28277; pubd. May 3. 
No. 5389, May 17, 1944. © 1 c. June 22, 1944; A 

ad int. 28302; pubd. May 17. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 



Punshon (Ernest Robertson)* London, 
cloak. © May 23, 1944; A 180857. 



Night's 
3458 



Radin (Paul) Story of the American Indian. [En- 
larged black and gold ed.] © June 8, 1944; A 
181338; Liveright pub. Corp., New York. 3459 

Ramey (Rufus S.) He's in the cavalry now. [lsted.] 
© May 25, 1944; A 180998; Robert M. McBride 
& co., New York. 3460 

Ramo (Simon)' Fields and waves in modern radio, 
by S. Ramo and John R. Whinnery. © May 29, 
1944; A 181011; General electric co., Schenectady. 

3461 

Rand (Carl W.) Neurosurgical patient. [1st ed.] 
© May 22, 1944; A 181397; Charles C. Thomas, 
Springfield, III. 3462 

Ray (Marie Beynon)* New York. How never to be 
tired. © May 15, 1944; A 180906. 3463 

[Raymond (Rene)]* London. Just the way it is, 
by Raymond Marshall. © 1 c. June 8, 1944; A 
ad int. 28271; pubd. Mar. 2. 3464 

Raynolds (Robert)* Newtown, Conn. May Bretton. 
[War ed.] © May 19, 1944; A 180942. 3465 

Rehberger (George E.) Lippincott's quick reference 
book for medicine and surgery. © June 2, 1944; 
A 181110; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

3466 

[Reyher (Rebecca) J* New York. Stork run, Edited 
by Becky Reyher. © May 23, 1944; A 180929. 

3467 



Rice (Harold Randolph)* New York. Harold Rice 
presents Keith Clark's original nite club act. © 
May 25, 1944; A 180974. 3468 

Rich (Arnold R.) Pathogenesis of tuberculosis. 
[1st ed.] © June 2, 1944; A 181398; Charles C. 
Thomas, Springfield, 111. 3469 

Riley (James Whitcomb) Poems of childhood, by J. 
W. Riley. Illustrated by Everett Shinn. © May 
15, 1944; A 181190; Artists & writers guild, inc., 
New York. 3470 

Ritchie (William Augustus) Pre-Iroquoian occupa- 
tions of New York state. © Mar. 31, 1944; A 
181136; Rochester museum of arts & sciences, 
Rochester, N. Y. 3471 

Roberts (Kenneth)* Kennebunkport, Me. Trending 
into Maine. © May 19, 1944; A 180881. 3472 

Robertson (Percy)* Toronto. Contemporary authors 
of former times. © 1 c. June 7, 1944; A ad int. 
28275; pubd. May 10. 3473 

Robinson (Clark Shove) Explosions, their anatomy 
and destructiveness. 1st ed. © June 8, 1944; A 
181208; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 

3474 

Robinson (Maurice H.) Corporate organization and 
management. [By] M. H. Robinson [and] P. D. 
Lipscomb. © May 12, 1944; A 180983; La Salle 
extension univ., Chicago. 3475 

Rockey (Harry) Navy's best stories. © Mar. 10, 
1944; A 180838; Wetzel pub. co., inc., Los 
Angeles. 3476 

Rodman (O. H. P.) Striped bass. © May 25, 1944; 
A 181080; A. S, Barnes & co., inc., New York. 

3477 

Roeburt (John)* New York. Jigger Mo ran. © May 
19, 1944; A 180965. 3478 

Rue (Clara B.) Public health nurse in the commu- 
nity. © May 19, 1944; A 180847; W. B. Saunders 
co., Philadelphia. 3479 

Rutherford (Gay) Good wife. © June 6, 1944; A 
181375; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 3480 

Ryan (Mildred Graves) Junior fashions. © June 2, 
1944; A 181193; D. Appleton-Centucy co., inc., 
New York. 3481 

Sailor (R. W.) Primer of alumni work. © May 25, 
1944; A 181143; Amer. alumni council, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 3482 

Samuel (Maurice) Harvest in the desert. © May 
19, 1944; A 180916; Jewish publication soc. of 
America, Philadelphia. 3483 

Sandell (E. B.) Colorimetric determination of 
traces of metals. © May 19., 1944; A 180967; 
Interscience publishers, inc., New York. 

3484 

Sange (L. R.) Principles of roentgenological inter- 
pretation. © May 8, 1944; A 181179; Le Roy 
Sante, jr. , St. Louis. 3485 



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Sawtell (Estelle Elizabeth) Hospital rhymes. © 
June 2, 1944; A 181207; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 3486 

Sawyer (Ralph A.) Experimental spectroscopy. © 
May 23, 1944; A 180981; Prentice-Hall, New 
York. 3487 

Scharfstein (Zevi)* Brooklyn. Sefer habituyim. © 
June 20, 1944; A 181364. 3488 

Scherman (David E.) Literary England, by D. E. 
Scherman and Richard Wilcox. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
A 180842; Time, inc., New York. 3489 

Schmidt (Mabel Pearson)* Columbus, O. God's 
country. © Apr. 8, 1944; A 181001. 3490 

Scholem (Gershom G.) Major trends in Jewish 
mysticism. © 1 c.June 19, 1943; A ad int. 28269; 
pubd. Nov. 1, 1941; Schocken pub. house, ltd., 
Jerusalem, Palestine. 3491 

Schrader (Franz) Mitosis, the movement of chro- 
mosomes in cell division. © June 15, 1944; A 
181289; Columbia univ. press, New York. 3492 

Schubert (Leland) Hawthorne, the artist. Fine-art 
devices in fiction. © May 27, 1944; A 181318; 
University of North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, 
N. C. 3493 

Scott (Reva)* Alameda, Calif. Samuel Brannan 
and the Golden fleece. © June 6, 1944; A 181068. 

3494 

Sczudlo (Walter) Handbook to army regulations and 
other directives on administration. © June 1, 
1944; A 181066; Military service pub. co., 
Harrisburg, Pa. ^ 3495 

Seaver (Edwin) ed. Cross-section, a collection of 
new American writing, by Richard Wright, Jane 
Bowles [and others] © May 29, 1944; A 181313; 
L. B. Fischer pub. Corp., New York. 3496 

[Sen (Gertrude Emerson)]* Almore, India. Voice- 
less India. [By] Gertrude Emerson. With in- 
troduction by Pearl S. Buck. © Mar. 22, 1944; 
A 181108. 3497 

Seventh-day adventists. General conference. De- 
partment of education,* Washington. Lessons 
in denominational history. © Aug. 20, 1942; A 

3498 



Shankland (Frank North)* Willoughby, O. Famous 
romances. [1st ed.] © Nov. 1, 1943; A 181079. 

3499 



Shapiro (Irwin)* Pleasantville, N. Y. 
thunder. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 181030. 



Yankee 
3500 



ShappirO (Herbert) Silver City rangers. © June 6, 
1944; A 181275; Phoenix press, New York. 3501 

[Shattuck (Dora)J* Oakland, Calif. Said the spider 
to the fly, by Richard Shattuck [pseud.] © May 
12, 1944; A 180957. 3502 

[Shea (Francis X.)] comp . Religious vocation guide. 
[Compiled by F. X. Shea and James B. Roberts] 
© May 25, 1944; A 180944; Archbishopric of 
New York, New York. 3503 



Sheldon (Wilmon Henry) Process nad polarity. © 
May 26, 1944; A 181242; Columbia univ. press, 
New York. 3504 

Sherman (Harold M.)* Chicago. 3505, 3506 

Your key to happiness. © May 26, 1944; A 

181059. 
Your key to married happiness. © May 26, 1944; 
A 181061. 

Shneour (Zalman) Downfall. © May 29, 1944; A 
181336; Roy publishers, a. n., New York. 3507 

Sholes (Charles H.)* Los Angeles. Three merry 
vagabonds. © Mar. 25, 1944; A 181213. 3508 

Shotwell (James T.) Great decision. © June 20, 
1944; A 181370; Macmillan co., New York. 3509 



Shute (Nevil) Pastoral. <s 
William Morrow & co. 



June 14, 1944; A 181412; 
inc., New York. 3510 



Sims (Dorothy Rice)* New York. How to live on a 
hunch. © Mar. 9, 1944; A 181020. 3511 



Sinclair (Upton)* Monrovia, Calif, 
agent. © June 2, 1944; A 181093. 



Presidential 
3512 



Sketch, v. 200. 3513, 3514 

No. 2599, May 3, 1944. © 1 c. June 20, 1944; A 

ad int. 28291; pubd. May 3. 
No. 2600, May 17, 1944. © 1 c. June 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28307; pubd. May 17. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Skinner (Martyn) Letters to Malaya DJ & IV. © 1 
c. Apr. 4, 1944; A ad int. 28241; pubd. Jan. 10; 
Putnam & co., ltd., London. 3515 

S laden (Frank J.) ed. Psychiatry and the war. [1st 
ed.] © May 6, 1944; A 181248; McGregor fund, 
Detroit. 3516 

[Smith (Clyde L.)] Twelve pceceptions. © May 24, 
1944; A 180946; Universal truth, inc., Miami, 
Fla. 3517 

Smith (Gilbert M.) Marine algae of the Monterey 
peninsula, California. © May 8, 1944; A 181055; 
Board of trustees of the Leland Stanford junior 
univ., Stanford University, Calif. 3518 

Smith (Laurence Dwight)* New York. Counter- 
feiting, crime against the people. [1st ed.] © 
June 19, 1944; A 181355. 3519 

Society of motion picture engineers, inc.,* New 
York. Technique of motion picture production. 
© Mar. 27, 1944; A 181376. 3520 

Sohl (Charles E.) We, the people. © May 16, 
1944; A 181162; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 3521 

Sommer (Hugo H.)* Madison, Wis. Theory and 
practice of ice cream making. © Apr. 3, 1944; 
A 180922. 3522 

Sorenson (Frank E.) Now we fly, by F. E. Soren- 
son and George E. Rotter. © May 12, 1944; A 
180850; John C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 3523 

South eastern reporter. Second series, v. 28 S. 
E. 2d. © May 17, 1944; A 180870; West pub. co.. 
St. Paul. 3524 



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Southern reporter. Second series, v. 16 So. 2d. © 
May 29, 1944; A 181181; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

3525 

Southwestern reporter (2d ser.) 3526, 3527 

Kentucky decisions reported in South western 

reporter, Second series. 175 S. W. 2d-177S. 

W. 2d. © June 16, 1944; A 181415. 
Missouri decisions reported in South western 

reporter, Second series. 176 S. W. 2d- 177 

S. W. 2d. © June 16, 1944; A 181418. 
© West pub. co.', St. Paul. 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 177 S. 
W.2d. © May 22, 1944;A 181182; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 3528 

Spaeth (Edmund B.) Principles and practice of 
ophthalmic surgery. © May 23, 1944; A 180863; 
Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. 3529 

Spargo (J onn ) Ris e and progress of freemasonry in 
Vermont, the Green mountain state, 1765-1944. 
© June 13, 1944; A 181404; Grand lodge of Ver- 
mont, F. & A. M., Burlington, Vt. 3530 

Sparkes (Boyden)* New York. Zero storage in 
your home. [1st ed. ] © June 2, 1944; A 181151. 

3531 

Spears (Ruth Wyeth)* Bedford Hills, N. Y. Make 
and remodel home furnishings. © May 22, 1944; 
A 181014. 3532 



Spector (Ivar)* Seattle. College Russian. 
2, 1944; A 180919. 



Feb. 
3533 



Sperry (Armstrong) Storm canvas. [1st ed.] © 
May 23, 1944; A 181094; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 3534 

Sphere, v. 177. 3535-3538 

No. 2309, Apr. 22, 1944. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; 

A ad int. 28246; pubd. Apr. 22. 
No. 2310, Apr. 29, 1944. © 1 c. June 1, 1944; A 

ad int. 28261; pubd. Apr. 29. 
No. 2311, May 6, 1944. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; A 

ad int. 28297; pubd. May 6. 
No. 2312, May 13, 1944. © 1 c. June 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28309; pubd. May 13. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Sprague (Arthur Colby) Shakespeare and the actors. 
© June 12, 1944; A 181260; President & fellows 
of Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 3539 

Sprigge (Cecil J. S.) Development of modern Italy. 
© May 9, 1944; A 180959; Yale univ. press, New 
Haven. 3540 

Spurr (J. Edward)* Alstead, N. H. Geology applied 
to selenology. © May 26, 1944; A 181034. 3541 

Starrett (Vincent)* Chicago. Case book of Jimmie 
Lavender. © May 22, 1944; A 181194. 3542 

Steinberg (Bernhard) Infections of the peritoneum. 
© June 14, 1944; A 181329; Paul B. Hoeber, inc., 
New York. 3543 

Steiner (Rudolf) Karma of human vocation in con- 
nection with the life of Goethe, by R. Steiner. 
Translated by Olin D. Wannamaker. © May 3, 
1944; A 181042; Anthroposophic press, inc., 
New York. 3544 



Stewart (John Q.) Marine and air navigation, by 
J. Q. Stewart and Newton L. Pierce. © Apr. 15, 
1944; A 180868; Ginn & co., Boston. 3545 

Stolberg (Benjamin) Tailor's progress. [1st ed.] 
© May 29, 1944; A 180950; Doubleday, Doran & 
co., inc., New York. 3546 

Strabel (Thelma)* Washington. Storm to the south. 
[1st ed.] © June 2, 1944; A 181085. 3547 

Strang (Ruth M.)* New York. Gateways to readable 
books, by R. M. Strang, Alice Checkovitz, 
Christine Gilbert [and] Margaret Scoggin. © 
June 14, 1944; A 181299. 3548 

Strong (L. A. G.)* Goldaming, Surrey, England. 
The director. © 1 c. June 19, 1944; A ad int. 
28287; pubd. Apr. 27. 3549 

Stroup (Herbert Hewitt) comp . Symphony of pray- 
er. © May 16, 1944; A 181251; Judson press, 
Philadelphia. 3550 

Stump (Charles R.)* Marion, Ind. Arbor -nooks 
of memory. © June 3, 1944; A 181171. 3551 

[Super (Margaret L.)] Poland and Russia, the last 
quarter century, by Ann Su Cardwell. © May 
17, 1944; A 180962; Sheed & Ward, inc., New 
York. 3552 

Sutton (Richard L.)* Kansas City, Mo. Chapter 
headings and other verse. © May 27, 1944; A 
181074. 3553 

Tannehill (Ivan Ray) Hurricans, their nature and 
history. © June 1, 1944; A 181374; Princeton 
univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 3554 

Tarboux (J. G.) introduction to electric power 
systems. 1st ed. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 181048; 
Internatl. textbook co., Serai, t. 3555 

Tatler and Bystander, v. 172. 3556-3560 

No. 2233, Apr. 12, 1944. © 1 c. June 9, 1944; A 

ad int. 28272; pubd. Apr. 12. 
No. 2235, Apr. 26, 1944. © 1 c. June 20, 1944; A 

ad int. 28290; pubd. Apr. 26. 
No. 2236, May 3, 1944. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; A 

ad int. 28298; pubd. May 3. 
No. 2237, May 10, 1944. © 1 c. June 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28305; pubd. May 10. 
No. 2238, May 17, 1944. © 1 c. June 27, 1944; 

A ad int. 28306; pubd. May 17. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Teleky (Ludwig) Industrial nutrition. © May 25, 
1944; A 180993; Harold M. Van Hoesen, jr., 
Chicago. 3561 

Thewlis (Malford Wilcox) Metastases, medical and 
surgical. © May 29, 1944; A 181035; Charlotte 
medical press, Charlotte, N. C. 3562 

Thomason (Calvin C.) Problems and cases in deal- 
ing with people. © June 5, 1944; A 181410; 
Rochester athenaeum & mechanics institute, 
Rochester, N. Y. 3563 

Thompson (Margaret)* Olympia, Wash. Space for 
living. [1st ed.] © May 19, 1944; A 180990. 

3564 



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3598 



Thompson (Sydney)* New York. Dr. Parrish, 
resident. © May 29, 1944; A 181006. 3565 

Todd (Ann) Time for swapping, by A. Todd and 
Rosalie Slocum. © June 15, 1944; A 181342; 
Oxford university press. New York, inc., New 
York. 3566 

[Toksvig (Signe)j* Bethel, Conn. Life boat. [By 
Mrs. Francis Hackett] © 1 c. Dec. 12, 1941; A 
int. 28286; pubd. Sept. 18. 3567 

Torrey (Harriet Ford)* Sacramento, Calif. Brook- 
lets twain and other poems. © May 12, 1944; A 
181196. 3568 

Tousey (Sanford)* Monroe, N. Y. Trouble in the 
gulch. © May 24, 1944; A 180924. 3569 

Troyer (Maurice E.) Evaluation in teacher educa- 
tion^ M. E. Troyer and C. Robert Pace. © 
May 24, 1944; A 181320; Amer. council on edu- 
cation, Washington. 3570 

Trumpis (Robert A.) comp . Time study job manual. 
© Mar. 18, 1944; A 181202; Lockheed aircraft 
corp., Burbank, Calif. 3571 

Tupholme(C. H. S.) Twentieth century engineering. 
© Apr. 10, 1944; A 180841; Philosophical library, 
New York. 3572 

Turnbull (Arthur Lovett)* Olney, Buckinghamshire, 
England. Bird music. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; A ad 
int. 28289; pubd. Nov. 5, 1943. 3573 

Turnley (Francis Ronald)* Vancouver, B. C, 
Canada. Turnley reading system based on 
Sonsils. 1st ed. © 1 c. May 30, 1944; A ad int. 
28260; pubd. May 27. 3574 

Turpin (Lawry) Toys you can make of wood. © 
June 5, 1944; A 181077; Greenberg, publisher, 
inc., New York. 3575 

Turyn (Alexander) ed. Pindari epinicia. © May 
15, 1944; A 180899; Polish institute of arts & 
sciences in America, New York. 3576 

[Underwood (Charlotte Woolley)] Dark glass, by 
Joan Charles. [1st ed.] © May 24, 1944; A 
180938; Harper & bros., New York. 3577 

Underwood (William J.) Self defense for women; 
combato. [lsted.] © May 22, 1944; A 180908; 
Garden City pub. co.,inc, Garden City, L. I., N. 
Y. 3578 

Van Andel (Henry J.)* Grand Rapids, Mich. Dutch 
grammar with conversations, rhymes, drills, 
modern Dutch spelling rules and English-Dutch 
vocabularies. © May 20, 1944; A 181308. 

3579 

Van Duzer (Adelaide Laura) Girl's daily life, writ- 
ten by: A. L. Van Duzer, Edna M. Andrix, 
Ethelwyn L. Bobenmyer [and others] © May 9, 
1944; A 180884; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

3580 

Van Winkle (Paul) ed. Aircraft mechanics hand- 
book. © June 15, 1944; A 181306; Manual arts 
press, Peoria, 111. 3581 



Vico (Giambattista) Autobiography of Giambattista 
Vico. Translated from the Italian, by M. H. 
Fisch and Thomas Goddard Bergin. © May 10, 
1944; A 180878; Cornell univ., Ithaca, N. Y. 

3582 

Violich (Francis) Cities of Latin America. © June 
20, 1944; A 181341; Reinhold pub. corp., New 
York. 3583 

Virginia and West Virginia digest, 1681 to date. v. 
19. © May 22, 1944; A 181178; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 3584 

Viruly (A.) Verrassende ontmoetingen. © May 9, 
1944; A 181072; Querido, inc., New York. 3585 

Visson (Andre)* Washington. Coming struggle for 
peace. © June 5, 1944; A 181233. 3586 

Vittorini (Domenico) Italian reader for beginners. 
© June 15, 1944; A 181279; David McKay co., 
Philadelphia. 3587 

Vizetelly (Frank H.) comp . Daily guide to knowl- 
edge, compiled under the editorial direction of 
F. H. Vizetelly, in consultation with Charles 
Earle Funk. © Mav 8, 1944; A 180882; Funk 
& Wagnalls co., New York. 3588 

Wach (Joachim) Sociology of religion. © June 6, 
1944; A 181224; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

3589 

Warnock (Robert) Using good English, by R. War- 
nock, Porter G. Perrin, F. Earl Ward [and] 
Harrison Piatt, jr. Teacher's ed. © June 8, 
1944; A 181413; Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago. 

3590 

Wasilievska (Wanda) Arco Iris. [Por]W. Wasiliev- 
ska. Traduccion del Ruso por Wenceslao Roces 
y Juan Rejano. © May 22, 1944; A for. 48678; 
Editorial nuevo mundo, s. de r. 1., Mexico, D. F. 

3591 

Way land (Mary Marvin) Hospital head nurse. [By] 
M. M. Wayland, R. Louise Metcalfe McManus 
[andJ.Margene O. Faddis. © May 31, 1944; A 
180994; Macmillan co., New York. 3592 

Weatherhead (Leslie D.) In quest of a kingdom. © 
Mar. 29, 1944; A 180995; Whitmore & Stone, 
Nashville. 3593 

Wechsler (David)* New York. Measurement of 
adult intelligence. © June 16, 1944; A 181403. 

3594 



Wescott (Edwin R.) jr., ed. 
1944-45. © Apr. 28, 1944; 
pub. co., Los Angeles. 



Airport reference, 

A 180972; Occidental 

3595 



Wheeler (Monroe) Modern drawings. [By] M. 
Wheeler [and] John Rewald. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 
181411; Museum of modern art, New York. 3596 

White (Ruth)* Hollywood, Calif. Bahai leads out 
of the labyrinth. [1st ed.] © May 20, 1944; A 
180921. 3597 

White (Wendell)* Minneapolis. Psychology in liv- 
ing. © June 20, 1944; A 181369. 3598 



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Wickizer (Vernon Dale) Tea under international 
regulation. © May 10, 1944; A 180971; Board of 
trustees of the Leland Stanford junior univ., 
Stanford University, Calif. 3599 

Williams (Ben Ames)* Chestnut Hill, Mass. Leave 
her to heaven. © June 1, 1944; A 181294. 3600 

Williams (Richard LeRoy) Weaver and the cloth. 
© May 31, 1944; A 181206; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 3601 

Willkie (Herman Frederick) Carburante agricola 
(Food for thought) By H. F. Willkie and Paul 
John Kolachov. [Translated by Rogelio C. Boz- 
zano and Herbert G. Wirth] © Dec. 21, 1943; A 
181146; Indiana farm bureau, inc., Indianapolis. 

3602 

Wingate (Isabel B.) Know your merchandise, by I. 
B. Wingate, Karen R. Gillespie [and] Betty G. 
Addison. © June 14, 1944; A 181351; Harper & 
bros., New York. 3603 

Wirth (Fremont P.) Development of America. © 
June 8, 1944; A 181217; Amer. book co., New 
York. 3604 

Wise (Louis E.) ed. Wood chemistry. © June 19, 
1944; A 181340; Reinhold pub. Corp., New York. 

3605 

Wohlberg (Meg) Baby's diary. © June 6, 1944; A 
181141; Greenberg, publisher, inc., New York. 

3606 

Wolfe (John H.) comp . Mechanics vest pocket re- 
ference book. Compiled by J. H. Wolfe and E. R. 
Phelps. © Apr. 7, 1944; A 180961; Everett R. 
Phelps, Detroit. 3607 



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[Wood (Lyman P.)] With God all things are pos- 
sible. [By L. P. Wood and Herbert Moral] © 
June 8, 1944; A 181366; Life-study fellowship, 
Noroton, Conn. 3608 

Woolrich (Cornell)* New York. Black path of fear. 
[1st ed.] © June 2, 1944; A 181087. 3609 

[Wroth (Lawrence C.)] ed, Walpole society note 
book. [1943] © May 25, 1944; A 181168; Wal- 
pole soc, Boston. 3610 

Wurzer (Joseph C.) Catholicism, a reasonable 
service. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 181041; Basilian 
press, Detroit. 3611 

Wyckoff (A. Capweil) Bright harvest. © June 10, 
1944; A 181309; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 3612 

Wynn (Edgar J.) Bombers across. [1st ed.] © 
June 5, 1944; A 181089; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 3613 

Yatewood (Corde Hawkins)* Americus, Ga. Songs 
of praise and victory. 1st ed. © June 1, 1944; 
A 181399. 3614 

Yeakley (James R.) Aircraft tooling practices, by 
J. R. Yeakley and Harold C. Martin. © May 22, 
1944; A 180894; Pitman pub. corp., New York. 

3615 

Young (James Webb) Diary of an ad man. © June 
2, 1944; A 181096; Advertising publications, inc., 
Chicago. 3616 

Zilliacus (Konni)* London. Mirror of the past, by 
K. Zilliacus (Vigilantes) © 1 c. June 7, 1944; A 
ad int. 28274; pubd. Apr. 10. 3617 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications- 3,273 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages 10 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions of law of Mar. 4, 1909 334 

Total 3,617 



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LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3617 



Abbott (Jacob) Adventures of a country boy, by J. 
Abbott. Retold by Clifton Johnson. © Anna M. 
Johnson, Hadley, Mass. R 123426, Dec. 31, 1943. 

1 

Adams (Frank R.) 2-9 

Friend wife. R 123395, Dec. 24, 1943. 
Jingle bells. R 123388, Dec. 24, 1943. 
Mr. Man. R 123389, Dec, 24, 1943. 
Princess Bill. R 123394, Dec. 24, 1943. 
•Taking care of Sylvia. Instalments 3-6. (In 

Blue book magazine, v. 22, nos. 4-6, v. 23, no. 

1, Feb.-May, 1916) R 123390-123393, Dec. 

24, 1943. 
© F. R. Adams, Whitehall, Mich. 

Aikens (Charlotte Albina) Studies in ethics for 
nurses. © C. A. Aikens, Detroit. R 124764, 
Apr. 3, 1916. 10 

Altsheler (Joseph Alexander) 11-14 

Hunters of the hills. R 125209, Feb. 23, 1944. 
Keepers of the trail. R 125207, Feb. 23, 1944. 
Shades of the wilderness. R 125206, Feb. 23, 

1944. 
Tree of Appomattox. R 125208, Feb. 23, 1944. 
© Sallie B. Altsheler, Bronxville, N. Y. 

American digest annotated, key-number series, v. 
22. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123888, Jan. 7, 
1944. 15 

Appleton (Victor) Tom Swift and his big tunnel. © 
V. Appleton, East Orange, N. J. R 124651, Jan. 
27, 1944. 16 

Bailey (Arthur Scott) 17-22 

Tale of Billy Woodchuck. R 124958, Feb. 9, 

1944. 
Tale of Brownie Beaver. R 124959, Feb. 9, 

1944. 
Tale of Jimmy Rabbit. R 124955, Feb. 9, 1944. 
Tale of Paddy Muskrat. R 124956, Feb. 9, 1944. 
Tale of Peter Mink. R 124957, Feb. 9, 1944. 
Tale of Sandy Chipmunk. R 124960, Feb. 9, 1944. 
© A. S. Bailey, Upper Montclair, N. J. 

Baldwin (James) comp. Fifty famous rides and 
riders. © Nellie Baldwin, Newark, N. J. R 
124426, Jan. 19, 1944. 23 

Barcyhska (Helene, countess) The honey-pot, by 
the Countess Barcynska. © Agnes Greenwood, 
London. R 124850, Feb. 9, 1944. 24 

Benet (Wiiliam Rose) Great white wall. © W. R. 
Benet, St. Augustine, Fla. R 124669, Jan. 26, 
1944. 25 

Bengtson (Nels August) Geography of Nebraska. © 
Amer. book co., New York. R 125221, Jan. 19, 
1944. 26 



Betz (William) Solid geometry, by W. Betz and 
Harrison E. Webb, with the editorial cooperation 
of Percey F. Smith. New ed. © W. Betz, 
Rochester, N. Y., Harrison E. Webb, Summit, N. 
J. & Percey F. Smith, New Haven. R 124639, 
Feb. 1, 1944. 27 

Bluthgen (Viktor) Das Peter le von Nurnberg, von 
V. Bluthgen, ed. with introduction, notes, exer- 
cises, vocabulary, and a list of idioms, by Fred- 
erick James Menger.jr. Illustrations by Charles 
F. Arcieri. © Frederick James Menger, jr., 
Bloomington, Ind. R 124428, Jan. 19, 1944. 28 

Bowers (Claude Gernade) Irish orators; a history 
of Ireland's fight for freedom. © C. G. Bowers, 
Washington. R 124659, Jan. 31, 1944. 29 

Bragdon (Claude) Four dimensional vistas. © C. 
Bragdon, New York. R 124379, Jan. 15, 1944. 

30 

Brewer (John M.) Oral English. © J. M. Brewer, 
Cambridge, Mass. R 124640, Feb. 1, 1944. 31 

Brigham (Albert Perry) 32-36 

Essentials of geography, by A. P. Brigham and 

Charles T. McFarlane. 

1st, 2d book. R 124414, 124419, Jan. 19, 1944. ■ 

1st, 2d book. Pt. 2. R 124424, 124429, Jan.19, 
1944. 
© Charles T. McFarlane, Fulton, N. Y. 
Geography of New York, by A. P. Brigham and 

Charles T. McFarlane. R 125215, Jan. 19, 

1944. 
© Amer. book co., New York. 

Buck (Charles Neville) Destiny. © C. N. Buck, 
Brookline, Mass. R 124880, Feb. 11, 1944. 37 

Burdick (Charles Kellogg) Cases on the law of 
public service. © Ruth N. Burdick, New York. 
R 124405, Jan. 20, 1944. 38 

Cain (Wiiliam) . Earth pressure, retaining walls 
and bins. © Archibald Henderson, Chapel Hill, 
N. C. R 123384, Dec. 27, 1943. 39 

Cannon (George L.) Geography of Colorado. © 
Amer. book CO., New York. R 125216, Jan. 19, 
1944. 40 

Chalmers (Stephen) Beloved physician. © Helen 
Augusta Chalmers, Laguna Beach, Calif. R 
123697, Jan. 10, 1944. 41 

Chapin (Heman Gerald) Illustrative cases on torts. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123895, Jan. 7, 
1944. 42 

Cleland (Herdman Fitzgerald) Geology— physical 
and historical. © Emily W. Cleland, Williams- 
town, Mass. R 124420, Jan. 19, 1944. 43 



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Conrad (Joseph) Shadow line. Pts. 1, 2. (In Met- 
ropolitan magazine, Sept., Oct., 1916) © John 
Alexander Conrad, Doddington, Kent, England. 
R 124541, 124543, Jan. 27, 1944. 44, 45 

Corpus juris, being a complete and systematic state- 
ment of the whole body of the law as embodied in 
and developed by all reported decisions, v. 8, 9. 
© Amer. law book co., Brooklyn. R 123881, 
123896, Jan. 7, 1944. 46, 47 

Dante Alighieri. Dante, how to know him, by Alfred 
M. Brooks. © Alfred M. Brooks, Gloucester, 
Mass. R 124660, Jan. 31, 1944. 48 

Digest of decisions of the United States courts re- 
ported in vols. 221-230, Federal reporter. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123900, Jan. 7, 1944. 

49 

Dorrance (John Gordon) Story of the forest. © J. 
G. Dorrance, Washington. R 124427, Jan. 19, 
1944. 50 

Dryer (Charles Redway Wilmarth) Student's man- 
ual of physical, economic and regional geography , 
to accompany Dryer's High school geography, 
by C. R. Dryer and James A. Price. © James A. 
Price, Ossian, Ind. R 124415, Jan. 19, 1944. 51 

Dwight (Harry Griswold) Like Michael. © H. G. 
Dwight, New York. R 124638, Jan. 25, 1944. 52 

Federal reporter, with key-number annotations, v. 
233, 234. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 123893, 123898, Jan. 7, 1944. 53, 54 

Fur man (Franklin DeRonde) Elementary cams. 1st 
ed. © Martha N. Furman, Passaic, N. J. R 
123687, Jan. 5, 1944. 55 

Glass (Montague) Under new management. © 
Caroline Patterson Glass, Pasadena. R 124544, 
Jan. 27, 1944. 56. 

Godowsky (Leopold) Progressive series of music 
lessons, no. 30, by L. Godowsky, Josef Hofmann, 
Edgar Stillman Kelley, Emil Sauer and W. S. B. 
Mathews. © Art publication soc, Clayton, Mo. 
R 124497, Jan. 14, 1944. 57 

Goepp (R. Max) Dental state board questions and 
answers. 2d ed. rev. © R. M. Goepp, Philadel- 
phia. R 124762, Feb. 4, 1944. 58 

Goodnow (Minnie) First-year nursing. 2d ed., 
thoroughly rev. © M. Goodnow, Boston. R 
124763, Feb. 4, 1944. 59 

Gregory (W. M.) Geography of Ohio. © Amer. 
book co., New York. R 125212, Jan. 19, 1944. 

60 

Grunsky (Carl Ewald) Valuation, depreciation and 
the rate-base, by C. E. Grunsky, assisted by 
Carl Ewald Grunsky, jr. © Clotilde E. Grunsky, 
jr., Oakland, Calif. R 123424, Dec. 29, 1943. 

61 

Hart (Albert Bushnell) The Monroe doctrine; an 
interpretation. © Albert Bushnell Hart, jr., 
Peak's Island, Me. & Adrian P. Hart, Ports- 
mouth, N..H. R 123430, Dec. 30, 1943. 62 



Hastings (James) ecL_ Selected contributions for 
Dictionary of the Apostolic church, v. 1. © A. 
W. Hastings, Aberdeen, Scotland. R 124050, Jan. 
14, 1944. 63 

[Henham (Ernest George)] A Drake, by George 1 
By John Trevena [pseud.J © John Trevena, Lon- 
don. R 124382, Jan. 15, 1944. 64 

Holt (Andrew Hall) Manual of field astronomy. © 
A. H. Holt, Camp Claiborne, La. R 123387, Dec. 
27, 1943. 65 

Homerus. Iliad of Homer; tr. into English blank 
verse by William Cullen Bryant. Abridged ed., 
with introduction) suggestions for study and 
pronouncing vocabulary of proper names, ed. by 
Sarah E. Simons. © Houghton Mifflin co., Bos- 
ton. R 123648, Jan. 7, 1944. 66 

Hope (Laura Lee) Bobbsey Twins at home. © L. 
L. Hope, Maplewood, N. J. R 124652, Jan. 27, 
1944. 67 

Hopper (James) Jim. © J. Hopper, New York. R 
124658, Jan. 28, 1944. 68 

Hunt (J« N.) Elementary- school speller. © Fra- 
sier Hunt, Newtown, Pa. R 124423, Jan. 19, 1944. 



Hunter (George Leland) 70-72 

Modern fabrics, plain twill and novelty weaves. 

R 124542, Jan. 37, 1944. 
Oriental rugs; the Chinese and Bokhara group. 

R 123641, Jan. 1, 1944. 
Oriental rugs; the Turkish and Caucasian. R 

123642, Jan. 1, 1944. 
© Esther Hunter Burtenshaw, New York. 

Illinois. Appellate courts. Reports of cases 
determined, v. 193-197. © Callaghan & co., 
Chicago. R 123676-123680, Jan. 5, 1944. 73-77 

Johnson (Owen) Spirit of France. © O. Johnson, 
New York. R 124645, Feb. 4, 1944. 78 



Keller (Harriet Louise) Our early wild flowers. 
© Old national bank, Spokane. R 123657, Jan. 3, 
1944. 79 

Kentucky. Court of appeals . Digest of the decis- 
ions of the Court of appeals of Kentucky, report- 
ed in Kentucky reports, vols. 156-169. © West 
pub. co., St. Paul. R 123901, Jan. 7, 1944. 80 

Kilmer (Joyce) 81-84 

Lionel Johnson. R 124577, Jan. 28, 1944. 
Proud poet. R 124578, Jan. 28, 1944. 
Singing girl. R 124579, Jan. 28, 1944. 
Snowman in the yard. R 124580, Jan. 28, 1944. 
© Kenton Kilmer, Arlington, Va. & Christopher 
Kilmer, Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. 

Lesage (Alain Rene) Histoire de Gil Bias de 
Santillane, par A. R. Lesage, abridged and ed. 
with material for conversation and free composi- 
tion, and vocabulary, by Victor E. Francois and 
Jacob Greenberg. Illustrations by O. F. Howard. 
© Victor E. Franc/ris, St. Petersburg, Fla. R 
124421, Jan. 19, 1944. 85 



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Lowell (Amy) Paper garden. © Ada Dwyer Russell, 
Chevy Chase, Md. R 123649, Jan. 7, 1944. 86 

Lozano (Ignacio E.) El ingles sin maestro. 1. ed. 
© L E. Lozano, San Antonio. R 124536, Jan. 28, 
1944. 87 

McKinley (Edna M.) Roman people, study outline. 
Revision of the pupil's notebook and study out- 
line in Roman history. © E. M. McKinley, 
Cleveland. R 123427, Dec. 31, 1943. 88 

Maeterlinck (Maurice) Les debris de la guerre. © 
M. Maeterlinck, New York. R 124535, Feb. 26, 
1944. 89 

Marquis (Don) Archy's last name. © Bernice 
Maud Marquis, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. R 
124849, Feb. 3, 1944. 90 

Marston (C. E.) Geography of Missouri. © Amer. 
book CO., New York. R 125219, Jan. 19, 1944. 91 

Mason (Daniel Gregory) Appreciation of music, v. 
2. Great modern composers, by D. G. Mason. 
Biographical sections by Mary L. Mason. © D. 
G. Mason, New York. R 124851, Feb. 9, 1944. 92 

Meras (Albert Amedee) ed. 93, 94 

Petits contes de France, by A. A. Meras and 
Suzanne Roth. © Suzanne Roth Morley, Pitts- 
burgh. R 124425, Jan. 19, 1944. 
Le second livre, by A. A. Meras and B. Meras. 
© B. Meras, New York. R 124418, Jan. 19, 
1944. 

Mills (Edward C.) Business penmanship. © E. C. 
Mills, Pittsford, N. Y. R 123429, Dec. 31, 1943. 

95 

Montague (Margaret. Prescott) Of water and the 
spirit. © M. P. Montague, Richmond. R 124389, 
Jan. 26, 1944. 96 

Mundy (Talbott) King of the Khyber rifles. © 
Dawn Mundy Provost, Anna Maria, Fla. R 
1246S1, Jan. 31, 1944. 97 

New York supplement, with key-number annotations, 
v. 160. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., St. 
Paul. R 123903, Jan. 7, 1944. 98 

Norris (Kathleen) One hundred percent. (In. Every- 
body's magazine, v. 34, nos. 4, 5, Apr., May, 
1916) © K. Norris, Palo Alto, Calif. R 124575, 
124576, Jan. 28, 1944. 99, 100 

Northeastern reporter, v. 112. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123882, Jan. 7, 1944. 

101 

Northwestern reporter, with key-number annota- 
tions, v. 158. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 123886, Jan. 7, 1944. ' 102 

Pacific reporter, v. 158, 159. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123885, 123905, Jan. 
7, 1944. 103, 104 

Perfield (Effa Ellis) Additions to the new Effa 
Ellis Perfield teaching system book. © E. E. 
Perfield, New York. R 124072, Jan. 15, 1944. 

105 



Porter (Arthur Kingsley) Lombard architecture, v. 
2. © Mrs. Arthur Kingsley Porter, Cambridge, 
Mass. R' 124668, Jan. 26, 1944. 106 

Porter (Mrs. Gene Stratton) Michael O'Halloran. 
Rev. ed. © Jeannette Porter Meehan, Los 
Angeles. R 124663, Jan. 27, 1944. 107 

Rhodes (Eugene Manlove) Desire of the moth. © 
May D. Rhodes, Brooklyn. R 124963, Feb. 8, 
1944. 108 

Rice (Richard Ashley) Robert Louis Stevenson, 
how to know him. © R. A. Rice, Northampton, 
Mass. R 124662, Jan. 31, 1944. 109 

Richmond (Grace Louise Smith) Red Pepper's pa- 
tients. (In Ladies' home journal, v. 33, nos. 10- 
12, Oct.-Dec, 1916, v. 34, no. 1, Jan., 1917) © 
Grace Smith Richmond, Fredonia, N. Y. R 
123644-123647, Jan. 1, 1944. 110-113 

Ridgley (Douglas C.) Geography of Illinois. © 
Amer. book co., New York. R 125211, Jan. 19, 
1944. 114 

Robbins (Edward Rutledge) Robbins's new Solid 
geometry. © Helen C. Robbins, Philadelphia. 
R 124430, Jan. 19, 1944. 115 

Roessler (Erwin William Eugene) First Spanish 
reader with questions and vocabulary, by E. W. 
Roessler and Alfred Remy. © Egbertina W. 
Remy, Bronxville, N. Y. R 124417, Jan. 19, 
1944. 116 

Sabin (Alvah Horton) Industrial and artistic tech- 
nology of paint and varnish. 2d ed., thoroughly 
rev. © Warren D. Sabin, Wenonah, N. J. R 
123385, Dec. 27, 1943. 117 

Sarolea (Charles) Great Russia, her achievement 
and promise. © C. Sarolea, Edinburgh, Scot- 
land. R 124378, Jan. 15, 1944. 118 

Saunders (E. J.) Geography of Washington. ©Amer. 
book co., New York. R 125220, Jan. 19, 1944. 119 

Seerley (Homer H.) Geography of Iowa. © Amer. 
book co., New York. R125210, Jan. 19, 1944. 120 

Serl (Emma) Work-a-day doings on the farm. © 
E. Serl, Kansas City, Mo. R 123785, Jan. 6, 1944. 

121 

Singer mfg. co. 122-124 

Instructions for using Singer sewing machine no. 

25-67 for stitching straw hats. Form 8228. 

Feb., 1916. R 123659, Jan. 1, 1944. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing machine no. 

31-15 oscillating shuttle. Form 8268. Jan., 

1916. R 123664, Jan. 1, 1944. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing machine no. 

46-100 for stitching sweat bands into soft 

felt hats. Form 8311. Feb., 1916. R 123660, 

Jan. 1, 1944. 
© Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Singer sewing machine co., inc. 125-137 

New high speed multiple needle Singer machines 

of class 106 single thread chain-stitch multiple 

stitching, tucking, etc. Form 9361. May, 1916. 

R 123667, Jan. 1, 1944. , 



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Singer machine no. 17-30 lock stitch for use in 
the manufacture of leather hand bags, pocket 
books, portfolios, etc. Form 9423. May, 
1916. R 123670, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 24-57 for making linings for 
women's hats. Form 9414. Mar., 1916. 
R 123662, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 25-56. Form 9363. Jan., 
1916. R 123658, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 62-55 (triple interlock stitch) 
for joining cuff and ankle pieces to knit under- 
wear, etc., and for attaching collarettes to 
under shirts, union suits, etc. Form 9338. 
Rev. Apr., 1916. R 123665, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 81-8 for trimming, scallop- 
ing and overedging lace curtains, etc. Form 

9411. Mar., 1916. R 123663, Jan. 1, 1944. 
Singer machine no. 105-1 (double -thread chain 

stitch) for heavy cotton flannel gloves. Form 

9412. Apr., 1916. R 123666, Jan. 1, 1944. 
Singer machine no. 500WIfor pounding the seams 

of shoes, etc. Form 9408. May, 1916. R 
123668, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 501WI for cutting or snip- 
ping shoe vamps, etc. Form 9415. May, 1916. 
R 123669, May 10, 1916. 

Singer machine no. 503WI for cutting or snip- 
ping shoe vamps by foot power. Form 9409. 
May, 1916. R 123671, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 505WI for beading or turning 
shoe uppers, button flies, etc. Form 9418. 
May, 1916. R 123673, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 506WI for perforating shoe 
vamps, hat sweats, etc. Form 9419. May, 
1916. R 123672, Jan. 1, 1944. 

Singer machines of class 7 (lock stitch) for 
stitching sails, tarpaulins, tents, wagon cov- 
ers, etc. Form 9399. Feb., 1916. R 125661, 
Jan. 1, 1944. 

© Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Smith (J. Russell) Geography of Pennsylvania, by 
J. R. Smith and Joseph H. Willits. © Amer. 
book CO., New York. R 125213, Jan. 19, 1944. 138 

Smyth (Herbert Weir) Greek grammar for schools 
and colleges. © Eleanor A. Smyth, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 123428, Dec. 31, 1943. 139 

Snyder (Henry) Geography of New Jersey. © Amer. 
book co., New York. R 125128, Jan. 19, 1944. 140 

South Carolina. Supreme court . Reports of cases 
argued and determined. Annotated ed. Books 
28, 29. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123887, 
123902, Jan. 7, 1944. 141, 142 

Southeastern reporter, v. 89. Permanent ed. © 
West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123897, Jan. 7, 1944. 

143 

Southern reporter. Digest of decisions of the 
Supreme courts of Alabama, Louisiana, Florida, 
Mississippi, and Court of appeals of Alabama 
reported in the Southern reporter, vols. 56-70. 
© West pub. co., St. PauL R 123891, Jan. 7, 
1944. 144 

Southwestern reporter. 145-147 

Arkansas decisions reported in the Southwestern 

reporter, with key-number annotations, vols. 

181, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, and 187. R 

123890, Jan. 7, 1944. 



Missouri decisions reported in the Southwestern 

reporter annotated, vols. 184, 185, and 186. 

R 123883, Jan. 7, 1944. 
Texas decisions reported in the Southwestern 

reporter annotated, vols. 185, 186, and 187. 

R 123892, Jan. 7, 1944, 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. 

Southwestern reporter, v. 187, 188. Permanent ed. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123889, 123904, 
Jan. 7, 1944. 148, 149 

Stanley (Anne A.) Animal folk tales. © Elizabeth 
Hunter & George James Stanley, Brandon, Mani- 
toba, Canada. R 123425, Dec. 31, 1943. 150 

Storm (Theodor) Immensee, von Theodor Storm, 
ed., with notes, exercises, and vocabulary, by 
Louis H. Dirks. © Louis H. Dirks, Greencastle , 
Ind. R 124416, Jan. 19, 1944. ' 151 

Tarkington (Booth) Only child. © B. Tarkington, 
Indianapolis. R 123643, Jan. 1, 1944. 152 

Taylor (Jay Laird Burgess) . Handbook for rangers 
and woodsmen. © J. L. B. Taylor, Joplin, Mo. 
R 123386, Dec. 27, 1943. 153 

United States. Circuit courts of appeals. United 
States Circuit courts of appeals reports, with 
key-number annotations, v. 145, 146. © West 
pub. co., St. Paul. R 123894, 123899, Jan. 7, 
1944. 154, 155 

-Supreme court. Supreme court reporter, with 

key-number annotations, v. 36. Permanent ed. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 123884, Jan. 7, 
1944. 156 

Van Cleef (Eugene) Geography of Minnesota, by E. 
Van Cleef and E. M. Lehnerts. © Amer. book 
CO., New York. R 125217, Jan. 19, 1944. 157 

Ward (Edward G.) Rational method in reading, by 
E. G. Ward. 158, 159 

Additional first reader, by Mary A. Ward, as- 
sisted by Madalene D. Barnum. R^v. and 
enL ed. R 123786, Jan. 6, 1944. 
Additional primer, by Mary A. Ward, assisted 
by Madalene D. Barnum. Rev. & enL ed. R 
123787, Jan. 6, 1944. 
© Mary A. Ward & Lois V. Ward Strang, Pleas- 
antville, N. Y. & E. G. Ward, Brooklyn. 



160, 161 
Humphry Ward. R 



Ward (Mary Augusta Arnold) 
Great success, by Mrs 

124964, Feb. 9, 1944. 
Lady Connie, by Mrs. Humphry Ward. R 124965, 

Feb. 9, 1944. 
© Dorothy Mary Ward, London. 

War'riner (E. C.) Geography of Michigan. © Amer. 
book co., New York. R 125214, Jan. 19, 1944. 162 

Webster (Noah) Webster's collegiate dictionary. 
3d ed. of the Merriam series. © G. & C. Mer- 
riam co., Springfield, Mass. R 124653, Jan. 29, 
1944. !63 

Wentworth (George) Aritmetica moderna, por Jorge 
Wentworth y David Eugenio Smith. Libro 1, 2. 
© Maude Simpson Wentworth, Brookline, Mass. 
& David Eugenio Smith, New York. R 124641, 
124642, Feb. 1, 1944. 164, 165 



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White (William Patterson) Paradise Bend. (In 
Adventure magazine, v. 11, nos. 5, 6, v. 12, cos. 1, 
2, Mar.-June, 1916. © W. P.White, Las Cruces, 
N.M. R 124537-124540, Jan. 27, 1944. 166-169 

Wilkinson (Louis U.) Buffoon. © L. U. Wilkinson, 
Aldeburgh, Suffolk, England. R 124809, Jan. 15, 
1944. 170 

Wilson (Gilbert Livingstone) Indian hero tales, re- 
told by G. L. Wilson. © Ada Myers Wilson, St 
Paul. R 124432, Jan. 19, 1944. 171 

Worman (J a *Bes Henry) New First Spanish book. © 
Ben. J. Worman, Westport, N. Y. R 124431, Jan. 
19, 1944. 172 

Wrightington (Sydney Russell) Law of unincorpo- 
rated associations and similar relations. © S. 
R. Wrightington, Lexington, Mass. R 123407, 
Dec. 29, 1943. 173 



Yeats (William Butler) 174-184 

Dawn. R 124063, Jan. 8, 1944. 
Fisherman. R 124061, Jan. 8, 1944. 
Hawk. R 124060, Jan. 8, 1944. 
Memory. R 124059. Jan. 8, 1944. 
On woman. R 124062, Jan. 8, 1944. 
Phoenix. R 124057, Jan. 8, 1944. 
Responsibilities and other poems. R 124876, 

Feb. 3, 1944. 
Reveries over childhood and youth. R 124875, 

Feb. 3, 1944. 
Scholars. R 124064, Jan. 8, 1944. 
There is a queen in China. R 124056, Jan. 8, 

1944. 
Thorn tree. R 124058, Jan. 8, 1944. 
© Bertha Georgie Yeats, Dublin, Ireland. 



Yore (Clement) Colorado. © Alberta Yore, Estes 
Park, Col. R 124801, Feb. 5, 1944. 185 



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same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Abrams (Talbert) Essentials of aerial surveying 
and photo interpretation. 1st ed. © July 17, 
1944; A 181780; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 3618 

Akers (Susan Grey) Simple library cataloging. © 
June 29, 1944; A 181778; Amer. library assn., 
Chicago. 3619 

Almack (J ohn C.) Painted pony. © July 1, 1944; A 
181622; Wallace Hebberd, Santa Barbara, Calif. 

3620 

Altenburg (Clarence E.) Modern conquistador in 
South America. © June 24, 1944; A 181549; 
Christopher pub. house, Boston. 3621 

Altrocchi (Rudolph) Sleuthing in the stacks. © 
June 23, 1944; A 181542; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 3622 



American bankruptcy reports. 
© July" 14, 1944; A 181773; 
co., inc., New York. 



New series, v. 55. 

Matthew Bender & 

3623 



American educator encyclopedia, [v. 1-10] © 
July 7, 1944; A 181644; United educator, inc., 
Chicago. 3624 

American jurisprudence, v. 51. © July 10, 1944; 
A 181768; Jurisprudence publishers, inc., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 3625 

American medical association. Council on pharmacy 
and chemistry , New and nonofficial remedies. 
1944. © June 8, 1944; A 181223; /mer. medical 
assn., Chicago. 3626 

Anderson (Walter H.)* Denver. Dru deal. © June 
15. 1944; A 181568. 3627 



Avison (George) Uncle Sam's navy. © July 5, 1944; 
A 181590; Macmillan co., New York. 3628 

Bacon (J. S, D.)* Woking, Surrey, England. Chem- 
istry of life. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; A ad int. 28323; 
pubd. Apr. 27. 3629 

Bailey (Thomas A.)* Stanford University, Calif. 
Woodrow Wilson and the lost peace. © July 18, 
1944; A 181776. 3630 

Balk (Theodor) El Mariscal Tito. [Por]T. Balk. 
Traduccion del aleman, por Wenceslao Roces. 
© June 21, 1944; A for, 48679; Editorial nuevo 
mundo, s. de r. 1., Mexico, D. F. 3631 



Bangert (Ethel E.) Desert flower. © July 1, 1944; 
A 181614; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 3632 



Banning (Margaret Culkin)* Duluth. Conduct your- 
self accordingly. [By] M. C. Banning, in colla- 
boration with Mabel Louise Culkin. [1st ed.] 
© July 12, 1944; A 181683. 3633 

Barea (Arturo)* Mapledurham, Oxon, England. 
The track, by A. Barea, Translated from the 
Spanish, by Ilsa Barea. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1944; 
A ad int. 28315; pubd. July 9, 1943. 3634 

Barrett (S. M.) Joe, the Cherokee. © May 20, 
1944; A 181569; Burton pub. co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 3635 

Beacher (L. Lester)* New York. Contact lens 
technique. © June 23, 1944; A 181717. 3636 



Beaty (JohnY.) Mountain book. © June 20, 
A 181772; Beckley-Cardy co., Chicago. 



1944; 
3637 



[Beck (Cora Lucile)] 365 bedtime stories. [By C. 

L. Beck, Kathryn Heisenfelt, and others] © 

Mar. 6, 1944; A 181548; Whitman pub. co., 

Racine, Wis. 3638 

Bellows (John G.) Cataract and anomalies of the 
lens. © June 26, 1944; A 181756; C. V. Mosby 
co., St. Louis. 3639 



Berrien (F. K.) Practical psychology. © July 18, 
1944; A 181790; Macmillan co., New York. 3640 

Biddle (George)* New York. Artist at war. © 
July 14, 1944; A 181474. 3641 

Biskupek (Aloysius) Deaconship. © June 28, 1944; 
A 181510; B. Herder book co., St. Louis. 3642 



Bonde (Ruth L.) Management in daily living. © 
July 18, 1944; A 181775; Macmillan co., New 
York. 3643 

Bowman (Rufus D.) Church of the Brethren and 
war, 1708-1941. © June 3, 1944; A 181728; 
Brethren pub. house, Elgin, 111. 3644 

Brazil (Waldo Haggberg)* Oakland, Calif. Back 
to Eden. © July 3, 1944; A 181675. 3645 

Break open the clouds. © June 9, 1944; P 181787; 
Anne ^twood, San Marino, Calif, 3646 

Brenner (Henry) Seek and you shall find. © July 
11, 1944; A 181725; Grail, St. Meinrad, Ind. 

3647 



[Briggs (Lawrence P.)]* Berkeley, Calif. Pil- 
grimage to Angkor, by Larry Briggs. © Dec. 31, 
1943; A 181501. 3648 



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Brooks (Benjamin T.) Peace, plenty and petroleum. 
© June 10, 1944; A 181635; Jaques Cattell press, 
Lancaster, Pa. 3649 

Brooks (Jerome E.) Tobacco, v. 4. © June 9, 1944; 
A 181552; George Arents, New York. 3650 

Brown (Charles Ewing) Meaning of salvation. © 
June 17, 1944; A 181556; Gospel trumpet co., 
Anderson, Ind. 3651 

Brown (Margaret Wise) & Koffler (Ylla)* New 
York. They all saw it. Words by M. W. Brown, 
photographs by Ylla. © June 14, 1944; A 181354. 

3652 

Brucker (Margaretta) His secretary. © July 1, 
1944; A 181613; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 

3653 

Buirgy (Mary)* Denver. Strangers in my heart. 
© May 23, 1944; A 181722. 3654 



Bundesen (Herman N.)* Chicago. 
© June 12, 1944; A 181692. 



Baby manual. 
3655 



Burden (W. Wilson) Broaches and broaching. 1st 
ed. © May 10, 1944; A 181563; Broaching tool 
institute, New York. 3656 

Burgdorf (Henry August)* Toronto. Servicemen's 
prayer. © 1 c. July 22, 1944; A ad int. 28358; 
pubd. July 10. 3657 

Burgess (Thornton W.)* Springfield, Mass. 

3658-3660 

Adventures of Bobby Coon, by T. W. Burgess. 
Illustrated by Harrison Cady. [New popular 
ed.] © June 7, 1944; A 181444. 

Adventures of Danny Meadow Mouse, by T. W. 
Burgess, niustrated by Harrison Cady. 
[New popular ed.] © June 7, 1944; A 181443. 

Adventures of Grandfather Frog, by T. W. Bur- 
gess. Illustrated by Harrison Cady. [New 
popular ed.] © June 7, 1944; A 181445. 

Burnkrant (J. Herbert) Longing and other poems. 
© June 23, 1944; A 181551; Christopher pub. 
house, Boston. 3661 

Buschke (Albrecht) Two-move chess problem in the 
Soviet Union, 1923-1943. [By] A. Buschke, 
Richard Cheney [and] Alain White. © Aug. 15, 
1943; A 181753; Overbrook press, Stamford, 
Conn. 3662 

Butcher (Emily Graham) Judith. © July 10, 1944; 
A 181720; Chapman & Grimes, inc., Boston. 

3663 

Byers (Horace Robert) General meteorology. 1st 
ed. © July 14, 1944; A 181783; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 3664 

Cameron (James R.) Motion picture projection and 
sound pictures. © June 1, 1944; A 181500; Cam- 
eron pub. co., Coral Gables, Fla. 3665 

Campbell (Alice Ormond)* London. Travelling 
butcher. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; A ad int. 28328; 
pubd. May 8. 3666 



Carnovsky (Leon) ed. Library in the community. 
Edited by L. Carnovsky and Lowell Martin. © 
June 27, 1944; A 181731; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 3667 

Carson (Charles Elbert)* Los Angeles. Let's 
write about you. © June 20, 1944; A 181513. 

3668 

Chang (H. H.) Chiang Kai-shek, Asia's man of 
destiny. [1st ed.] © July 14, 1944; A 181737; 
Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 3669 

Chappeil (Matthew N.) & Hooper (C. E.)* New 
York. Radio audience measurement. © May 
29, 1944; A 181483. 3670 

Chastain (Jimmie) History of New Haven, Illinois. 
© Oct. 13, 1943; A 181570; Elizabeth Holland, 
New Haven, 111. 3671 

Cheetham (Harold C.) Synthetic resins. © June 

27, 1944; A 181582; Resinous products & chem- 
icals co., Philadelphia. 3672 

Chellis (Robert D.) Pile-driving handbook. © 
Apr. 7, 1944; A 181497; Pitman pub. Corp., New 
York. 3673 

Childe (V. Gordon)* Edinburgh. Progress and 
archaeology. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; A ad int. 
28324; pubd. Apr. 27. 3674 

Church (Austin H.)* New York. Centrifugal pumps 
and blowers. © June 26, 1944; A 181508. 3675 

Claxton (Elizabeth Laughton)* Green Bay, Wis. 
From magic mirrors to mud puddles. © June 

28, 1944; A 181791. 3676 

Claypool (James V.)* Norfolk, Va. God on a 
battlewagon, by J. V. Claypool, as told to Carl 
Wiegman. © June 19, 1944; A 181567. 3677 

Clewes (Dorothy)* New York. Stormy hearts. © 
Mar. 17, 1944; A 181422. 3678 

[Cochrane, lady]* Marazion, Cornwall, England. 
Long day ends, by Flora Stndstrom [pseud. ] © 
1 c. June 28, 1944; A ad int. 28310; pubd. Jan. 
20. 3679 

Colt (Clem) Renegade cowboy. © July 1, 1944; A 
181611; Phoenix press, New York. 3680 

Connolly (James B.) Sea-borne. [1st ed.] ©July 

14, 1944; A 181738; Doubleday, Doran & co., 

. inc., New York. 3681 

Cooley (R. A.) Argasidae of North America, Cen- 
tral America and Cuba, by R. A. Cooley and 
Glen M. Kohls. © June 10, 1944; A 181554; 
Amer. midland naturalist, Notre Dame, Ind. 

3682 

Cooper (David L.)* Los Angeles. What man must 
believe. © Dec. 18, 1943; A 181654. 3683 

Crawford (William) jr. Gore and glory, by W. 
Crawford, jr., as told to Ted Saucier. © June 
19, 1944; A 181499; Ted Saucier, Philadelphia. 

3684 



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3722 



Cross (E. A.) comp. Literature, a series of anthol- 
ogies. Compiled by E. A. Cross and Neal M. 
Cross. © June 13, 1944; A 181216; Macmillan 
co., New York. 3685 

Cunningham (Bill) Kid next door. © June 15, 1944; 
A 181630; Hale, Cushman & Flint, inc., Boston. 

3686 

Custer (Joseph T ames)* New York. Through the 
perilous night. © July 18, 1944; A 1817/7. 

3687 

Dali (Salvador)* New York. Hidden faces, by S. 
Dali. Translated by Haakon M. Chevalier. © 
June 9, 1944; A 181481. 3688 

Daly (Elizabeth)* New York. Book of the dead. 
[War ed.] © July 13, 1944; A 181739. 3689 

Dattner (Bernhard) Management of neurosyphilis, 
by B. Dattner, with the collaboration of Evan 
W. Thomas and Gertrude Wexler. © May 15, 
1944; A 181656; Grune & Stratton, inc., New 
York. 3690 

Davies (D. R.) Down peacock's feathers. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1944; A ad int. 28317; pubd. July 27, 1942; 
Macmillan co., New York. 3691 

Davis (Clyde Brion)* New York. Rebellion of Leo 
McGuire. © June 29, 1944; A 181541. 3692 

Davis (Earle)* Wichita. American in Sicily. © 
June 28, 1944; A 181745. 3693 

Dean (Amber) Dead man's float. [1st ed.] ©July 
14, 1944; A 181734; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 3694 

DeLeeuw (Hendrik) Flower of joy. © July 3, 1944; 
A 181707; Willey book co., New York. 3695 

Dern (Peggy) Tent show. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 
181423; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 3696 

Dillaway (Newton)* Wakefield, Mass. Gospel of 
Emerson. © June 20, 1944; A 181478. 3697 

Dimow (Osip) Vos ich gedenk— memoirs, v. 2. 
© Apr. 11, 1944; A 181712; Central Yiddish 
culture organization, New York. 3698 



Dodson (Austin Ingram) Uro logical surgery. 
June 23, 1944; A 181538; C. V. Mosby co. 
Louis. ! 



St. 



[Dover (Mrs.)]* High Salvington, Worthing, England. 
He too was a gallant gentleman, by Stella Morton 
[pseud.] © 1 c. June 28, 1944; A ad int. 28311; 
pubd. Mar. 13. 3700 

Dow ling (Alice) Sales-ways. [1st ed.] © Jan. 10, 
1944; A 181512; Standard brands, inc., New York. 

3701 

Du Bois (Cora) People of Alor. © June 30, 1944; 
A 181666; University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 

3702 

Duffield (Anne)* New York. Sunrise. © Feb. 17, 
1944; A 181426. 3703 



Dunn (Bob) One day in the army. © July 10, 1944; 
A 181673; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 3704 

Eaton (Evelyn Sybil Mary)* New York. In what 
torn ship. [1st ed.] © June 14, 1944; A 181593. 

3705 

Eby (Louise Saxe) Quest for moral law. ©June 30, 
1944; A 181732; Columbia univ. press, New York. 

3706 

Electronic engineering. 3707-3709 

v. 15, no. 178, Dec, 1942. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1943; 

A ad int. 28348; pubd. Nov. 28, 1942. 
v. 17. 

no. 196, June, 11*44. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; A 

ad int. 28329; pubd. May 30. 
no. 197, July, 1944. © 1 c. July 22, 1944; A 
ad int. 28364; pubd. July 1. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 



Elfreth (Emily Allen)* Southern Pines, N. C. 
echoes. © June 2, 1944; A 181748. 



War 
3710 



Elliott (William M.) ii\ Coming to terms with 
life. © June 1, 1944; A 181705; John Knox press, 
Richmond. 3711 

Engineering index, 1943. ©June 26, 1944; A 181604; 
Engineering index, inc., New York. 3712 



England (Jane) Peter's wife. © Feb. 17, 
A 181427: Arcadia house, inc., New York. 



1944; 
3713 



Farmer (Fannie Merritt) Le Livre de cuisine de 
I'ecole de cuisine de Boston. [Par] F. M. Farm- 
er. Traduit de l' anglais, par Madeleine Bod- 
ier. Nouvelle ed., revue et corrigee. ©June 12, 
1944; A for. 48680; McClelland & Stewart', ltd., 
Toronto. 3714 

Federal telephone and radio corp.,* New York. 
Beyond our shores the- world shall know us. © 
June 3, 1944; A 181517. 3715 

Fetridge (WilliamHarrison) e<l Second navy read- 
er. [1st ed.] © July 17, 1944; A 181779; Bobbs- 
Merrill co., Indianapolis. 3716 

Finn (William J.) Conductor raises his baton. [ 1st 
ed.] © July 12, 1944; A 181687; Harper & bros., 
New York. 3717 

Forrester (Gertrude) Methods of vocational guid- 
ance. © June 30, 1944; A 181595; D. C. Heath 
& co., Boston. 3718 

Fourteen of them. By John Hersey, John Cecil 
Hohn, Kurt Steel [and others] © Feb. 28, 1944; 
A 181652; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., New York. 

3719 

Francis (Basil)* London. Death for safe custody. 
© 1 c. July 18, 1944; A ad int. 28361; pubd. June 
8. 3720 

Freeman (Harrop A.) ed^ Peace is the victory. © 
July 12, 1944; A 181685; Harper & bros., New 
York. 3721 

Freud (Anna) Infants without families, by A. Freud 
and Dorothy T. Burlingham. © May 31, 1944;. 
A 181706; Internatl. univ. press, New York. 

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Frisbie (Robert Dean)* Raratonga, Cook Islands. 
Island of desire. © July 14, 1944; A 181733. 

3723 

Gage (NinaD.) Communicable diseases, by N. D. 
Gage and John Fitch Landon. © July 14, 1944; 
A 181762; F. A. Davis co., Philadelphia. 3724 

Garbutt (Katharine K.) fcGarbutt (Bernard)* Holly- 
wood, Calif. Baby orang and junior. © June 13, 
1944; A 181296. 3725 

Gardner (Raymond Hatfield) Old wild west, by R. 
H. Gardner (Arizona Bill), in collaboration 
with B. H, Monroe. © May 20, 1944; A 181519; 
Nay lor co., San Antonio. 3726 

Garrette (Eve)* New York. Political handbook 
for women. © June 26, 1944; A 181518. 3727 

Geenen (Mary Adelaide) Prairie blossoms. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1944; A ad int. 28333; pubd. Feb. 15; 
Mrs. D. Koob, Meacham, Sask., Canada. 3728 

Geister (Edna) Keep them laughing. [1st ed.] © 
July 12, 1944; A 181682; Harper & bros., New 
York. 3729 

Gibbs (Howard D.) Chinese imperial names. © 
May 15, 1944; A 181470; Numismatic review, 
Joseph B. Stack, Morton Stack, publishers, New 
York. 3730 

[Glendenning (M. L.)] 3731, 3732 

Book of Elias. © May 23, 1944; A 181463. 
Book of Elias. (Special) © May 23, 1944; A 

181464. 
© Aaronic order, Salt Lake City. 

Gloag (John)* London. 99 c/o. © lc. July 10, 1944; 
A ad int. 28327; pubd. May 11. 3733 

Goldring (William) Hypertension and hypertensive 
disease. [By ] W. Goldring [and] Herbert Chasis. 
© July 6, 1944; A 181718; Commonwealth fund, 
New York. 3734 

Gonella (Guido) World to reconstruct, by G. Gonella. 
Translated by T. Lincoln Bouscaren. © June 
19, 1944; A 181491; Samuel A. Stritch, Chicago. 

3735 



Gordon (Harry A.)* New York. 
© June 5, 1944; A 181629. 



American bedlam. 
3736 



Graebner (Theodore) Church bells in the forest. 
© June 16, 1944; A 181588; Concordia pub. house, 
St. Louis. - 3737 

Graham (Martha K.)* Macomb, 111. Words for the 
music. © June 6, 1942; A 181490. 3738 

[Great Britain. Ministry of reconstruction] Employ- 
ment policy. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; A ad int. 28322; 
pubd. May 27; Controller of His Britannic Maj- 
esty's stationery office, London. 3739 



Down to earth. 
3740 



Greenhood (David)* New York. 
© June 15, 1944; A 181607. 



Halifax (Charles Lindley, viscount) Lord Halifax's 
ghost book. © June 20, 1944; A 181498; Didier 
pub. co., New York 3741 



Halkin (S.) Am olam ve-aretz. © Jan. 17, 1944; 
A 181662; Histadruth ivrith of America, New 
York. 3742 

Hall (W. Reginald) Three wars with Germany. 
[By] W. R. Hall and Amos J. Peaslee. © June 
30, 1944; A 181744; G. P. Putnam's son, New 
York. 3743 

Hard (Margaret) This is Kate. © June 23, 1944; 
A 181475; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 

3744 

Hardaway (Sally Gaines) Poems of Sally Gaines 
Hardaway, 1832-1873. © Mar. 29, 1944; A 
181442; Mrs. George Keith Taylor, jr., Amelia 
Court House, Va. 3745 

Heaton (Willis Edgar) Warren's Heaton on Surro- 
gate's courts. The procedure and law of Surro- 
gate's courts of the state of New York. 6th ed. 
v. 6. © July 7, 1944; A 181625; Matthew Bender 
& co., inc., Albany. 3746 

Heldt (Peter Martin)* Nyack, N. Y. High-speed 
combustion engines. © July 17, 1944; A 181750. 

3747 

Herms (William Brodbeck) Mosquito control. [By] 
W. B. Herms [and] Harold Farnsworth Gray. © 
June 29, 1944; A 181527; Commonwealth fund, 
New York. 3748 

Herr (Dougal) Marriage, divorce and separation 
in New Jersey, with forms. 1944 supplement 
© June 26, 1944; A 181693; Soney & Sage co.; 
Newark, N.J. 3749 

[Herzog (Emile Salomon Wilhelm)}* New York. 
Miracle of America, by Andre Maurois [pseud. J 
Translated from the French, by Denver and 
Jane Lindley. [1st ed.] © June 14, 1944; A 
181594. • 3750 

Hill (Mabel Betsy)* New York. Roddy meets the 
circus. [1st ed.] © June 22, 1944; A 181597. 

3751 

Hinds (Ernest Jasper) Leathernecks and other 
poems. © June 20, 1944; A 181550; Christopher 
pub. house, Boston. 3752 

Hinkson (Pamela)* London. Golden rose. © 1 c. 

July 21, 1944; A ad int. 28357; pubd. May 22. 

3753 
Hodges (Henry G.) Cyclopedia on pawnbroking. 

© Dec. 10, 1943; A 181468; J. W. Taylor pub. 

co., Cincinnati. 3754 

[Holdsworth (Gladys Bertha)]* London. Trumpet 
voluntary, by G. B. Stern [pseud.] © July 11, 
1944; A 181647. 3755 

Homes (Geoffrey) Six silver handles. © June 7, 
1944; A 181709; William Morrow & co., inc., 
New York. 3756 

Hooper (A.) Arithmetic refresher. © June 23, 
1944; A 181474; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 3757 

Hotchkiss (Robert Sherman) Fertility in men. © 
June 21, 1944; A 181546; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 3758 



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Houghton (Claude)* London. Passport to paradise. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1944; A ad int. 28312; pubd. May 
8. 3759 

Howard (Warren) The star. © Feb. 17, 1944; A 
181424; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 3760 

Hudson (Holland) Occupational therapy in the treat- 
ment of the tuberculous patient, by H. Hudson 
and Marjorie Fish. © July 10, 1944; A 181751; 
Natl, tuberculosis assn., New York. 3761 

Hunter (Allan A.) Say yes to the light, [lsted.] © 
July 12, 1944; A 181686; Harper & bros., New 
York. 3762 

Hustad (Alice M.) Strictly confidential. © July 7, 
1944; A 181730; Augsburg pub. house, Minneap- 
olis. 3763 

Hutcheson (Richard R.) Student manual of speech 
correction, by R. R. Hutcheson and Klovia Mc- 
Kennon Tilley. © June 15, 1944; A 181523; Wil- 
liam B, Eerdmans pub. co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

3764 

Hutchinson (Lois Irene) Standard handbook for 
secretaries. © July 10, 1944; A 181689; Mc- 
Graw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 3765 

Huxley (Julian S.)* London. On living in a revolu- 
tion. © 1 c. July 21, 1944; A ad int. 28362; pubd. 
Apr. 17. 3766 

Hyma (Albert) Life of John Calvin. © Dec. 15, 
1943; A 181789; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 3767 

Ide (Simeon) Conquest of California: biography of 
William B. Ide. © May 12, 1944; A 181249; 
Joseph A. Sullivan, Oakland, Calif. 3768 

Illustrated London news. v. 204. 3769-3772 

No. 5483, May 20, 1944. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28320; pubd. May 20. 
No. 5484, May 27, 1944. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28321; pubd. May 27. 
No. 5485, June 3, 1944. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; A 

ad int. 28339; pubd. June 3. 
No. 5486, June 10, 1944. © 1 c. July 18, 1944; £ 
• ad int. 28355; pubd. June 10. 

King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Jackson (Ada)* Willenhall, Staffs., England. Be- 
hold the Jew. © June 27, 1944; A 181489. 3773 

Jackson (George Pullen) Story of the sacred harp, 
1844-1944. © July 10, 1944; A 181708; Vander- 
bilt univ., Nashville. 3774 

Jacobs (Morris B.) ipL. Chemistry and technology 
of food and food products, v. 1. © June 5, 
1944; A 181719; Interscience publishers, inc., 
New York. 3775 

Jacobs (Walter) Variation play, by W. Jacobs and 
Alain White. © Dec. 28, 1943; A 181754; Over- 
brook press, Stamford, Conn. 3776 

Jean (Frank Covert) Man and his biological world, 
by F. C. Jean, Ezra Clarence Harrah and Fred 
Louis Herman, with the editorial collaboration 
of Samuel Ralph Powers. © June 6, 1944; A 
181767; Ginn & co., Boston. 3777 



Jennings (Burgess H.) Air conditioning and re- 
frigeration, by B. H. Jennings and Samuel R. 
Lewis. © June 2, 1944; A 181577; Internatl. 
textbook co., Scranton. 3778 

Johnson (Gerald W.) Woodrow Wilson, the unforget- 
table figure who has returned to haunt us, by 
G. W. Johnson, with the collaboration of the 
editors of Look magazine. [1st ed.] © July 12, 
1944; A 181688; Look, inc., New York. 3779 

Jones (E. Stanley) Christ of the /merican road. © 
M»y 30, 1944; A 181433; Whitmore & Stone, 
Nashville. 3780 



Jones (Furman)* Pine Hill, Ky. 
© May 15, 1944; A 181555. 



One of his flock. 
3781 



Judovich (Bernard) Segmental neuralgia in painful 
syndromes, by B. Judovich and William Bates. 
© July 12, 1944; A 181672; F. A. Davis co., 
Philadelphia. 3782 

Kafka (Roger) ed. Warships of the world. Edited 
by R. Kafka and Roy L. Pepperburg. [1st ed.] © 
June 26, 1944; A 181638; Cornell maritime press, 
New York. 3783 

Kaplan (A. D. H.) Liquidation of war production, 
lsted. © July 17, 1944; A 181782; Committee 
for economic development, New York. 3784 

Kaplan (Abraham Abbott)* Springfield, Mass. Soc- 
io-economic circumstances and adult partici- 
pation in certain cultural and educational activi- 
ties. © June 8, 1944; A 181547. 3785 

Karnosh (Louis J.) Psychiatry for nurses, by L. J. 
Karnosh and Edith B. Gage. © June 22, 1944; A 
181537; C. V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 3786 

Katz (Aleph) Amol iz geven a mayse. © June 14, 
1944; A 181585; Abraham Morris Katz, New 
York. 3787 

Keeler (Katherine Southwick)* Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Dog days. © June 28, 1944; A 181479. 3788 

Kelty (Mary G.) Gifts of other lands and times, by 
M. G. Kelty and sister Blanche Marie. © June 
14, 1944; A 181766; Ginn & co., Boston. 3789 

Kendall (Park) comp. Dictionary of service slang. 
© June 23, 1944; A 181586; M. S. Mill co., inc., 
New York. 3790 

Kerwin (Harry) Arc and acetylene welding. 1st ed. 
© July 13, 1944; / 181781; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 3791 

Kilgour (Vernon Earl)* Clinton, Mass. Clinton 
boys and the phantom raider. © May 31, 1944; 
A 181525. 3792 

King (A. T.) Engineering inspection practice. © 
June 5, 1944; A 181659; Chemical pub. co., inc., 
Brooklyn. 3793 

[Kleiner (Theodore)] Rag bizness, by Mischa 
Perlmutter [pseud.] © June 17, 1944; A 181665: 
Wetzel pub. co., inc., Los Angeles. 3794 

Knaysi (Georges) Elements of bacterial cytology. 
© June 15, 1944; A 181482; Comstock pub. co., 
inc., Ithaca, N.Y. 3795 



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Knight (Kathleen Moore)* Brockton, Mass. In- 
trigue for empire. [1st ed.J © July 14, 1944; A 
181736. 3796 

Kraus (Hertha) International relief in action, 1914- 
1943. © May 18, 1944; A 181610; H. Kraus, 
Bryn Mawr. Pa., Amer. friends service com- 
mittee, Philadelphia, Brethren service com- 
mittee, Elgin, 111. & Mennonite central com- 
mittee, Akron, Pa. 3797 

Kuhnke (Ervin Edwin)* Denver. Yukon trail of 
travel. © 1 c. June 15, 1944; A ad int. 28345; 
pubd. Jan. 28. 3798 

Landon (Margaret Mortenson)* Washington. Anna 
and the King of Siam. ©June 29, 1944; / 181540. 

3799 

Lane (Jeremy) Death to drumbeat. © July 1, 1944; 
A 181615; Phoenix press, New York. 3800 

[Lansing (Elisabeth H.)]* Providence. Ann Bart- 
lett in the South Pacific. [By] Martha Johnson 
[pseud.] © June 27, 1944; A 181587. 3801 

Leber (Charles Tudor) Church must win! © June 
16, 1944; A 181561; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 3802 

Lebon (Henri) Do I really believe, by H. Lebon. 
Translated by Peter A. Resch. © June 1, 1944; 
A 181726; Peter A. Resch, Dayton, O. 3803 

Lecompte (Edward) Glory of the Mohawks, by E. 
Lecompte. [Translated by] Florence Ralston 
Werum. © June 28, 1944; A 181511; Bruce pub. 
co., Milwaukee. 3804 

[LeFevre (Laura Z.)] Willard Crosby, airman, by 
Zenobia Bird [pseud.] © May 18, 1944; A 181430; 
Fleming H. Revell co., New York. 3805 

Leighton (Henry L. C.) Solid geometry. © July 12, 
1944; A 181752; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New 
York. 3806 

Leon (Beatrice) Two girls on a ladder. © June 23, 
1944; A 181448; M. S. Mill co., inc., New York. 

3807 

Levy (Harold P.) Building a popular movement. 
© June 26, 1944; A 181488; Russell Sage founda- 
tion, New York. 3808 

Lewis (Lillian Shepherd)* Los Angeles. Verse 
versatile. © May 25, 1944; A 181531. 3809 

Lilliput. v. 15, no. 1, July, 1944. © 1 c. July 10, 
1944; A ad int. 28359; pubd. June 21; Pocket 
publications, ltd., London. 3810 

Lim (Sian-tek) Folk tales from China. © M^y 25, 
1944; A 181150; John Day co., New York. 3811 

Lippmann (Walter)* Washington. U. S. war aims. 
[1st ed.] © July 10, 1944; A 181640. 3812 

Lipschitz (Ezekiel) Doires dertzeiln. © Feb. 8, 
1944; A 181786; Farlag Matones, New York. 

3813 



Lohan (Robert) 3814, 3815 

German life in literature, v. 1. © May 3, 1944; 

A 181677. 
Modern German. © May 3, 1944; A 181676. 
© Frederick Ungar, New York. 

Lombardo (Josef Vincent) Attilio Piccirilli. © 
July 7, 1944; A 181626; Pitman pub. Corp., New 
York. 3816 

[Lowe (Victoria Lincoln)]* Columbus, O. Grand- 
mother and the comet, by Victoria Lincoln. © 
July 13, 1944; A 181740. 3817 

Lyon (Robert A.) Mitchell's pediatrics and pedia- 
tric nursing. © June 29, 1944; A 181584; W. B. 
Saunders co., Philadelphia. 3818 

[McCloskey (Richard Gordon)] 3819-3821 

Army food and messing. © Apr. 27, 1944; A 

181535. 
Junior R. O. T. C. manual. (CS units) © June 23, 

1944; A 181678. 
R. O. T. C. manual for essentially military 

schools. First and second years basic course. 

© June 23, 1944; A 181679. 
© Military service pub. co., Harrisburg, Pa. 

McComsey (John A.) & Edwards (Morris O.)* 
Harrisburg, Pa. Soldier and the law, by J. A. 
McComsey and Morris O. Edwards. Revised 
and enlarged by Charles E. Cheever. © Apr. 25, 
1944; A 181073. 3822 

McCormick (Renee de Fontarce)* New York. Lit- 
tle coquette, by R. de F. McCormick. Trans- 
lated by Leander J. McCormick. © July 12, 
1944; A 181741. 3823 



McCracken (Kenneth D.)* La Grange, 111. 
flat-top. © June 29, 1944; A 181565. 



Baby 
3824 



Macdonald (M. Gray) Handbook of nursing in in- 
dustry. © June 23, 1944; A 181530; W. B. Saun- 
ders co., Philadelphia. 3825 

McKinney (William M.) ed. California jurispru- 
dence ten-year supplement, v. 4. 1943 revision. 
© Apr. 17, 1944; A 181645; Bancroft-Whitney co^ 
San Francisco. 3826 

MacNamara (Rachel Swete)* New York. Doctor's 
wife. © Mar. 17, 1944; A 181420. 3827 

Maiden (Richard Henry)* Wells, Somerset, Eng- 
land. Nine ghosts. © 1 c. June 21, 1943; A ad 
int. 28313; pubd. Apr. 15. 3828 

Mandola (Carol M.)* Ozone Park, L. I., N. Y. 
Folly street and selected poems. © June 21, 
1944; A 181558. 3829 

Mann (Thomas) Joseph the provider. [By] T. 
Mann. Translated from the German, by H. T. 
Lowe-Porter. [1st American ed.] © June 26, 
1944; A 181543; Alfred A Knopf, inc., New 
York. 3830 

Mansfield (Comins) Adventures in composition. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; A 181755; Overbrook press, 
Stamford, Conn. 3831 



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Marshall (Eva Grant)* Washington. Heart frag- 
ments. © May 12, 1944; A 181713. 3832 

Martin (Ben)* Arlington, Va. Seamen's wage com- 
puter tables. © June 28, 1944; A 181521. 3833 

Maryland reporter, covering cases reported in 
Atlantic reporter, Second series. 32 A. 2d- 35 
A. 2d. ©June 13, 1944; A 181416; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 3834 

Mason (Edna Warren)* Narragansett, R. I. De- 
scendents of Robert Isbell in America. © July 
6, 1944; A 181757. 3835 

Mayo clinic, Rochester , Minn. Collected papers of 
the Mayo clinic and the Mayo foundation. Edited 
by Richard M. Hewitt, A. B. Nevling, JohnR 
Miner [and others] v. 35. 1943. © June 6, 
1944; A 181176; W. B.Saunders co., Philadelphia. 



Mears (Louise W.)* Lincoln, Neb. Life and times 
of a midwest educator, Carroll Gardner Pearse 
(1858-) © June 20, 1944; A 181559. 3837 

[Meissner (Janusz)] G-for Genevieve, by J. M. 
Herbert [pseud.] © May 30, 1944; A 181504; 
Roy publishers, New York. 3838 

Merrell-Wolff (Franklin F.) Pathways through to 
space. © June 28, 1944; A 181746; Richard R. 
Smith, New York. 3839 

Meyer (Wendelin) Pastoral care of souls, by W. 
Meyer [and others] Translated by Andrew Green. 
© June 23, 1944; A 181437; B. Herder book co., 
St. Louis. 3840 

Military service publishing co.,* Harrisburg, Pa. 
Officer's guide. June, 1944. © June 20, 1944; A 
181579. 3841 

Miller (Caroline) Lebanon. [1st ed.] © July 14, 
1944; A 181735; Caroline Miller Ray, Waynes- 
ville, N. C. 3842 

Moon (Mortimer) Listen! My son 1 © June 30, 
1944; A 181724; K. B. printing co., Omaha. 

3843 

Moore (Jessie Eleanor) Bell for baby brother. © 
June 15, .1944; A 181634; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 3844 

Moore (John Bassett) Commencement address 
[and] Bibliography. © June 12, 1944; A 181451; 
John Bassett Moore fund, New Haven. 3845 

Morgan (G. Campbell) Triumphs of faith. © June 
16, 1944- A 181562; Fleming H. Revell co., 
New York. 3846 

Morris (T. H.)* Johnson City, Tenn. Scientific 
management. © June 7, 1944; A 181574. 3847 

Murray (Gilbert) Myths and ethics. © 1 c. June 
19, 1944; A ad int. 28316; pubd. Apr. 5; Conway 
memorial committee, London. 3848 

Naidich (James) Air navigation made easy. 1st ed. 
© June 9, 1944; A 181690; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 3849 



Nelson (C.)* London. Jungletown tales. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1944; A ad int. 28346; pubd. June 15, 

1943. 3850 

Nelson (Robert A.)* Columbus, O. Encyclopedia of 
mentalism and allied arts. © June 16, 1944; A 
181528. 3851 

New York (State) Consolidated laws of New York 
annotated. Books 2 1/2, 10-B, 35. © June 27, 
1944; A 181694-181696; Edward Thompson co., 
Brooklyn. 3852-3854 

New York supplement. Second series, v. 46 N. 
Y. S. 2d. © June 22, 1944; A 181704; West pub. 
co., St. Paul. 3855 

Newcomb (Howard R.) United States copper cents, 
1816-1857. © May 1, 1944; A 181471; Numis- 
matic review, Joseph B. Stack, Morton M. Stack, 
publishers, New York. 3856 

Nikhilananda, swami,* New York. Bhagavad gita. 

1944. 3857, 3858 
[Pocket ed.] © June 12; A 181462. 

[With commentary] © June 12; A 181467. 

North Carolina. General statutes of North Carolina 
of 1943. v. 4. ©June 27, 1944; A 181487; Mich- 
ie co., Charlottesville, Va. 3859 

North eastern reporter. Second series, v. 53 N. E. 
2d. © June 23, 1944; A 181702; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 3860 

North western reporter. Second series, v. 13 
N. W. 2d. © June 30, 1944; A 181699; West pub. 
co., St. Paul. 3861 

Norwood (William Frederick) Medical education 
in the United States before the civil war. © June 
23, 1944; A 181627; University of Pennsylvania 
press, Philadelphia. 3862 

Nye (Nelson C.)* Tucson, Ariz. Guns lick Mountain. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1944; A ad int. 28366; pubd. May 
9. 3863 

Ockenga (Harold J.) Comfort of God. © June 16, 
1944; A 181650; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 3864 

Orgain (Alice L.)* New York. Footsteps of Mary 
Baker Eddy's progressive interpretations of The 
Lord's prayer. © June 10, 1944; A 181631. 

3865 



Ortega (Laura Lopez vda. de)* 
universal. Tesoro del hogar. 
A for. 48681. 



Mexico. My cut 
© Feb. 24, 1944; 



Osborn (Fairfield) ed^ Pacific world. [1st ed.] © 
June 19, 1944; A 181566; Amer. committee for 
internatl. wild life protection, New York. 3867 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 146 P. 2d. © 
June 30, 1944; A 181700; West pub. co., St. 



Paul. 

Palmer (Edgar A.) ed. G. I. songs. 
1944; A 181642; Sheridan house, inc. 



3868 



© June 26, 
New York. 



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n. s., v. 41 



Parente (Pascal P.) Ascetlcal life. © June 23, 
1944; A 181436; B. Herder book co., St. Louis. 

3870 

Pares (Bernard)* London. Russia and the peace. 
© July 5, 1944; A 181589. 3871 

Paterson (William B.) ed. Cornell red book of 
marine engineering. Questions and answers. © 
July 7, 1944; A 181661; Cornell maritime press, 
New York. 3872 

Pearson (Rush H.)* Montgomery, Ala. Executive's 
manual. [1st ed.] © July 7, 1944; A 181637. 

3873 

Picture post. 3874-3879 

v. 23. 

No. 9, May 27, 1944. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; 

A ad int. 28314; pubd. May 24. 
No. 10, June 3, 1944. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; A 

ad int. 28330; pubd. May 31. 
No. 11, June 10, 1944. © 1 c. July 11, 1944 

A ad int. 28349; pubd. June 7. 
No. 12, June 17, 1944. © 1 c. July 10, 1944 

A ad int. 28350; pubd. June 14. 
No. 13, June 24, 1944. © 1 c. July 11, 1944 
A ad int. 28360; pubd. June 21. 
v. 24, no. 1, July 1, 1944. © 1 c. July 22, 1944 

A ad int. 28365; pubd. June 28. 
© Huiton press, ltd., London. 

Pihl (Gunnar Th:son) Germany, the last phase. 
[By] G. T. Pihl. Translated from the Swedish, 
by G. Howard Smith. [1st American ed.] © June 
26, 1944; A 181544; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New 
York. 3880 

Pike (James A.) ed. Federal rules service. Edited 
by J. A. Pike and Henry G. Fischer, v. 7. © 
June 28, 1944; A 181506; Callaghan & co., Chi- 
cago. 3881 

Porter (Alyene) Papa was a preacher. © June 13, 
1944; A 181434; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

3882 

Posse (Rose, baroness) comp. Poems, 1942-1943. 
© Nov. 24, 1943; A 181560; New York poetry 
group, New York. 3883 

Powell (Richard)* Arlington, Va. All over but the 
shootir/r. © June 9, 1944; A 181691. 3884 

Public utilities reports (New ser.) Annual digest of 
Public utilities reports, New series, for the 
year 1943, including vols. 46-50. © May 23, 
1944; A 181154; Public utilities reports, inc., 
Washington. 3885 

Punch, v. 206. 3886-3888 

No. 5388, May 10, 1944. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28325; pubd. May 10. 
No. 5392, May 31, 1944. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28326; pubd. May 31. 
No. 5394, June 14, 1944. © 1 c. July 13, 1944; 

A ad int. 28344; pubd. June 14. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 



Quentin (Dorothy)* New York. 
© Feb. 17, 1944; A 181425. 



Angel in the rain. 



Rafferty (T. N.) Artificial pneumothorax in pul- 
monary tuberculosis. © July 7, 1944; A 181671; 
Grune & Stratton, inc., New York. 3890 



Rango (Robert) ed. Good humor book. © July 11, 
1944; A 181729; Harvest house, New York. 3891 

Rawlings (A. L.) Science of clocks and watches. © 
June 30, 1944; A 181624; Pitman pub. Corp., New 
York. 3892 

Reeves (Winona Evans)* Chicago. As we were 
saying. [1st ed.] © May 15, 1944; A 181465. 

3893 

Reichard (Gladys A.)* New York. Prayer, the 
compulsive word. © June 10, 1944; A 181760. 

3894 

[Ricci (Lewis)] East of Malta, west of Suez, by 
Bartimeus [pseud. 1st ed.] © July 12, 1944; A 
181670; Controller of His Britannic Majesty's 
stationery office, London. 3895 

Rice (HughS.) American astrology tables of houses. 
© July 10, 1944; A 181874; Clancy publications, 
inc., Philadelphia. 3896 

[Richardson (Edward Gick)] Teach yourself meteo- 
rology, by Aeolus [pseud.] © 1 c. June 23, 1944; 
A ad int. 28341; pubd. Apr. 24; English universi- 
ties press, ltd., Bickley, Kent, England. 3897 

Riegel (Emil Raymond) Chemical machinery. © 
June 27, 1944; A 181514; Reinhold pub. Corp., 
New York. 3898 

Riess (Curt)* New York. They were there; the 
story of world war H and how it came about, by 
America's foremost correspondents. © July 7, 
1944; A 181743. 3899 

Rimmer (Harry) Inspiration plus revelation equals 
the Bible. © June 15, 1944; A 181522; Research 
science bureau, inc., Duluth. 3900 

Hippy (J" Fred) Latin America, by J. F. Rippy and 
Lynn I. Perrigo. © May 18, 1944; A 181765; 
Ginn & co., Boston. 3901 

Rohmer (Albert E.) Ivan, the iron horse. © July 
5, 1944; A 181606; Albert Whitman & co., Chi- 
cago. 3902 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) Rendezvous with 
destiny. Addresses and opinions of F. D. 
Roosevelt. [Edited by] J. B. S. Hardman. © 
June 9, 1944; A 181449; J. B. S. Hardman, New 
York. 3903 

Rowe (A. T.) Ideals for Christian service. © June 
. 17, 1944; A 181557; Gospel trumpet co., Ander- 
son, Ind. 3904 

Rowley (Harold Henry)* Dol Menai, Bangor, North 
Wales. Relevance of the Bible. © 1 c. July 6, 
1944; A ad int. 28318; pubd. Apr. 13, 1942. 

3905 

Sabatini (Rafael)* Clifford, Herefordshire, Eng- 
land. King in Prussia. © 1 c. July 25, 1944; A 
ad int. 28363; pubd. June 22. 3906 



Sadler (William S.) Prescription for permanent 
peace. © June 15, 1944; A 181575; Wilcox & 
Follett co., Chicago. 3907 



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3948 



Scherer (Paul) For we have this treasure. [1st ed.] 
© July 12, 1944; A 181684; Harper & bros., New 
York. 3908 

Schilpp (Paul Arthur) ed. Philosophy of Bertrand 
Russell. [1st ed.] © June 15, 1944; A 181714; 
Library of living philosophers, Evanston, 111. 



[Sewall (Raymond T.)] Authorized cipher. ©July 
7, 1944; A 181658; Grand Royal Arch chapter of 
Massachusetts, Boston. 3910 

Shafer (Luman J.) Christian mission in our day. © 
June 26, 1944; A 181633; Friendship press, inc., 
New York. 3911 

Shakespeare (William) Les sonnets de Shakespeare, 
traduits en vers francais et accompagnes d'un 
commentaire, continu par Fernand Baldensper- 
ger. © Oct. 8, 1943; A 181573; Regents of the 
Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. 3912 

Shanley (Francis R.)* Los Angeles. Basic struc- 
tures. © June 26, 1944; A 181507. 3913 

Sheiry (Edward Slater) Elements of structural en- 
gineering. © June 21, 1944; A 181576; Internatl. 
textbook co., Scranton. 3914 

Sherman (Robert L.)* Chicago. Drama cyclopedia. 
© June 16, 1944; A 181502. 3915 

Sherwin (Reider T.)* Bronxville, N. Y. Viking and 
the Red man. v. 3. © June 30, 1944; A 181785. 

3916 

Shillaber (Charles Patten)* Long Island City, N. Y. 
Photomicrography in theory and practice. © 
June 30, 1944; A 181602. 3917 

Shoemaker (Floyd C.) ed. Missouri, day by day. v. 
2. © June 15, 1944; A 181533; State historical 
soc. of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 3918 

Shuil (Lena Mearle)* Asheville, N. C. Rainbow 
through the web. © May 29, 1944; A 181721. 

3919 

Siegler (Samuel L.) Fertility in women. ©June 21, 
1944; A 181545; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

3920 

Sigler (Louis H.) The electrocardiogram, its in- 
terpretation and clinical application. © June 26, 
1944; A 181438; Grune & Stratton, inc., New 
York. 3921 

Simpson (John E.) Stewardship and the world mis- 
sion. © June 16, 1944; A 181429; Fleming H. 
Revell co., New York. 3922 

Sketch, v. 200. , 3923, 3924 

. No. 2601, May 31, 1944. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28334; pubd. May 31. 
No. 2602, June 14, 1944. © 1 c. July 18, 1944; 

A ad int. 28353; pubd. June 14. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Smith (Carl E.) Training the rabbit hound. © June 
6, 1944; A 181466; Outdoorsman pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. 3925 



Smith (Elsie M.) Solutions in ten lessons. © Apr. 
28, 1944; A 181532; C. V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 

3926 

Smith (Maxwell) Panamic marine shells, synonymy, 
nomenclature, range and illustrations. © Apr. 
18, 1944; A 181440; Beal-Maltby shell museum, 
Winter Park, Fla. 3927 

Snodgrass (Charles Albert)* Chattanooga. History 
of freemasonry in Tennessee, 1789-1943. © 
June 27, 1944; A 181553. 3828 

Southwestern reporter (2d ser.) Tennessee deci- 
sions reported in South western reporter. Sec- 
ond series. 172 S. W. 2d- 177 S. W. 2d. © June 
21, 1944; A 181703; West pub. co., St. Paul. 3929 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 178 S. 
W. 2d. © June 26, 1944; A 181698; West pub. 
co., St. Paul. 3930 

Sphere, v. 177. 3931-3935 

No. 2313, May 20, 1944. © 1 c. July 15, 1944; 

A ad int. 28347; pubd. May 20. 
No. 2314, May 27, 1944. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; A 

ad int. 28319; pubd. May 27. 
No. 2315, June 3, 1944. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; A 

ad int. 28337; pubd. June 3. 
No. 2316, June 10, 1944. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28338; pubd. June 10. 
No. 2318, June 24, 1944. © 1 c. July 18, 1944; A 

ad int. 28354; pubd. June 24. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Spinka (Matthew) ed. History of Illinois Congrega- 
tional and Christian churches. M. Spinka, 
editor, in collaboration with Frederick Kuhns, 
Hermann R. Muelder, Mrs. Ozora S. Davis 
[and] Warren E. Thompson. © May 8, 1944; A 
181758; Congregational & Christian conference 
of Illinois, Chicago. 3936 

Spring (Powell)* Winter Park, Fla. Philosophic 
fables. © May 1, 1944; A 181723. 3937 

Squier (Victor Carroll)* Battle Creek. Antonio 
Stradivari, his life and work. © June 28, 1944; 
A 181515. 3938 

Stanley (Chuck) Six-guns for hire. © July 1, 1944; 
A 181616; Phoenix press, New York. 3939 

Stevens (William Oliver) Beyond the sunset. © 
July 11, 1944; A 181681; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 3940 

Stoddard (Charles) Malloy of the Royal mounted. 
© Mar. 17, 1944; A 181421; Arcadia house, inc., 
New York. 3941 



Sturgis (Robert)* Arlington, Va. 
© June 23, 1944; A 183.447. 



Men like gods. 
3942 



Swanfeldt (Andrew) Crossword puzzle dictionary. 
© June 27, 1944; A 181716; Thomas Y. Crowell 
co., New York. 3943 

Tanner (Fred Wilbur)* Urbana, 111. Microbiology 
of foods. © June 30, 1944; A 181663. 3944 

Tatler and Bystander, v. 172. 3945-3948 

No. 2240, May 31, 1944. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28335; pubd. May 31. 



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No. 2241, June 7, 1944. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; A 

ad int. 28336; pubd. June 7. 
No. 2242, June 14, 1944. © 1 c. July 18, 1944; A 

ad int. 28351; pubd. June 14. 
No. 2243, June 21, 1944. © 1 c. July 18, 1944; A 

ad int. 28352; pubd. June 21. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Taylor (Florence Walton) Navy wings of gold. © 
June 22, 1944; A 181605; Albert Whitman & co., 
Chicago. 3949 

Teague (Charles Collins)* Santa Paula, Calif. 
Fifty years a rancher. © June 7, 1944; A 181771. 

3950 

Texas. Supreme court. Texas reports; cases 
adjudged, v. 141. © June 1, 1944; A 181623; L. 
K. Smoot, Austin, Tex. 3951 

Texas digest, 1840 to date. v. 28. © June 22, 1944; 
A 181697; West pub. co., St. Paul. 3952 

Trunk (I. I.) Tevye and Menakhem Mendl in Yidishn 
velt-goyrl. © Apr. 24, 1944; A 181711; Central 
Yiddish culture organization, New York. 3953 

Tucker (Gilbert M.) For the good of all. © May 
18, 1944; A 181431; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 3954 

Tully (Bob) Social recreation primer. © June 3, 
1944; A 181727; Brethren pub. house, Elgin, 111. 

3955 

[Ulreich (Nura)] Ail aboard, we are off, by Nura. 
© July 10, 1944; A 181639; Studio publications, 
inc., New York. 3956 

Urban (John)* Maplewood, N. J. Behavior changes 
resulting from a study of communicable diseases. 
© Dec. 30, 1943; A 181583. 3957 

Valentine (Elsa)* New York. No mortal fire. © 
May 26, 1944; A 181710. 3958 

Van Metre (T. W.) Trains, tracks and travel. © 
July 12, 1944; A 181784; -Simmons-Boardman 
pub. corp., New York. 3959 

VanNuys (Stephen) Congo doctor. © July 1, 1944; 
A 181617; Phoenix press, New York. 3960 

Van Zandt (J. Parker) Geography of world air 
transport. © June 15, 1944; A 181520; Brook- 
ings institution, Washington. 3961 

Vermont digest annotated, v. 5. © July 6, 1944; A 
181701; West pub. co., St. Paul. 3962 

Wallace (Henry A.) Democracy reborn. [By] H. 
A. Wallace. Edited by Russell Lord. © June 12, 
1944; A 181461; Reynal & Hitchcock, inc., Chi- 



cago. 



3963 



Walling (S. A.) Elementary marine navigation, by 
S. A. Walling and J. C. Hill. © 1 c. July 13, 
1944; A ad int. 28332; Macmillan co., New York. 

3964 

Wallis (Eleanor Glenn) Tidewater country. © May 
15, 1944; A 181492; Press of James A. Decker, 
Prairie City, 111. 3965 



Warkentin (Abraham) ed. Who's who among the 
Mennonites. [Edited by] A. Warkentin and Mel- 
vin Gingerich. © June 3, 1944; A 181435; A. 
Warkentin, North Newton, Kan. 3966 

Watkins (Glen) Over-time love. © July 1, 1944; A 
181612; Phoenix press, New York. 3967 

Watters (Fanny C.)* Asheville, N. C. Plantation 
memories of the Cape Fear river country. © 
Apr. 10, 1944; A 181749. 3968 

Watts (Franklin) ed. Voices of history, 1943-44. 
By F. Watts, editor. Nathan Ausubel, associate 
editor. ©July 3, 1944; A 181618; Gramercy pub. 
co., New York. 3969 

Watts (Newman) Dawn. © June 20, 1944; A 181598; 
Moody Bible institute of Chicago, Chicago. 

3970 

Waugh (E. D. J.) West Point. © July 11, 1944; A 
181648; Macmillan co., New York. 3971 

Waxman (Meyer)* Chicago. Ketabim nibharim. 
v. 2. © June 2, 1944; A 181441. 3972 

Weaver (Rufus Washington) Revolt against God. © 
June 16, 1944; A 181432; Fleming H. Revell co., 
New York. 3973 



Wemyss (Stanley)* Philadelphia, 
rare Americana, 1493-1699. < 
181761. 



General guide to 

) May 22, 1944; A 

3974 



West (Keith)* Banbury, Oxfordshire, England. Ma 
Wei Slope. © 1 c. July 13, 1944; A ad int. 28331; 
pubd. May 22. 3975 

Weygandt (Cornelius)* Philadelphia. Heart of New 
Hampshire. © June 30, 1944; A 181742. 3976 

Wheeler (Howard T.)* Santa Rosa, Calif. Tales 
from Jalisco Mexico. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 181469. 

3977 

White (Marion) Mother Hubbard's cookbook. © 
June 23, 1944; A 181446; M. S. Mill CO., inc., 
New York. 3978 

White (Paul Dudley) Heart disease. © July 5, 
1944; A 181609; Macmillan co., New York. 3979 

Who's who, 1944. © July 11, 1944; A 181649; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 3980 

Wiesner (William) Arresto the Great presents the 
Book of magic. © July 15, 1944; A 181774; 
Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New York. 3981 

Williams (Samuel Arthur) Teach yourself sales- 
manship. © 1 c. June 23, 1944; A ad int. 28342; 
pubd. Apr. 24; English universities press, ltd., 
Bickley, Kent, England. 3982 

Williston (Arthur L.)* Dedham, Mass. Beyond 
the horizon of science. © June 26, 1944; A 
181770. 3983 

Wilson (Charles Morrow) Man's reach. © June 
26, 1944; A 181476; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 3984 



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3994 



Winckel (Eduard F.) Handbook of the Malay lang- 
uage. © June 22, 1944; A 181534; P. D. & lone 
Perkins, South Pasadena, Calif. 3985 

Winston business administration. Cumulative, v. 
1-8. Editor-in-chief: John G. Herndon. © July 
4, 1944; A 181603; John C.Winston co., Philadel- 
phia. 3986 

[Wintringham (Thomas Henry)]* London. Your M. 
P., by Gracchus [pseud.] © 1 c. July 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28340; pubd. May 15. 3987 

Wise (William H.) & co.,inc.,* New York. Pictor- 
ial history of the second world war. v. 1, 2. © 
June 16, 1944; A 181439. 3988 

Wiswell (Tommie) Checker magic. © July 17, 
1944; A 181788; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 

3989 



Wurtele (Allan Ramsey)* Mix, La. Continentalism 
—for enduring peace. © June 5, 1944; A 181526. 

3990 

Yacoubian (Adour H.) English-Armenian and Ar- 
menian-English concise dictionary. © Mar. 1, 
1944; A 181759; Armenian archives press, Los 
Angeles. 3991 

Yassin (Ivor B.) ed. Hand book of airplane main- 
tenance and operation. © July 11, 1944; A 
181660; Natl, aeronautics council, New York. • 

3992 

Zilboorg (Gregory) One hundred years of American 
psychiatry. [1844-1944] © May 15, 1944; A 
181243; Columbia univ. press, New York. 3993 

Zwemer (Samuel Marinus) Evangelism today. © 
June 16, 1944; A 181428; Fleming H. Revell CO., 
New York. 3994 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications--- — - - 3,592 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages -— 13 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions of law of Mar. 4, 1909 -- 389 

Total—— - r- — - 3,994 



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LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3994 



Adams (Samuel Hopkins) Enter Darcy. (In Col- 

, lier's, v. 58, nos. 23-26, Feb. 17, 24, Mar. 3, 10, 

1917) © S. H. Adams, Auburn, N. Y. R 127449- 

127452, Apr. 27, 1944. 1-4 

[Andreev (Leonid Nikolaevich)] Crushed flower, 
and other stories; tr. from the Russian of Leon- 
id Andreyev, by Herman Bernstein. © Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. R 125461, Jan. 15, 1944. 

5 

Ashmun (Margaret) Isabel Carleton's year. © 
Mary A. Roberts, Waupaca, Wis. R 126050, Mar. 
9, 1944. 6 

Aumonier (Stacy) OlgaBardel. © Gertrude Aumon- 
ier, London. R 125585, Feb. 26, 1944. 7 

Bailey (Carolyn Sherwin) Stories children need. 
© Carolyn Sherwin Bailey Hill, Indian Rocks, Pa. 
R 125532, Feb. 25, 1944. 8 

Bailey (Liberty Hyde) 9-12 

Manual of gardening. R 126037, Mar. 9, 1944. 
Pruning manual. 18th ed., rev. and reset. R 

126078, Mar. 9, 1944. 
Standard cyclopedia of horticulture, v. 4, 5. R 

125008, 125410, Feb. 10, 23, 1944. 
© L. H. Bailey, Ithaca, N. Y. 

[Baker (Ray Stannard)] 13-19 

Follow your nose, by David Grayson [pseud.] 

R 126661, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Good apple, by David Grayson [pseud.] R 

126663, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Green people, by David Grayson [pseud.]R 126662, 

Mar. 8, 1944. 
I go to the city, by David Grayson [pseud.] R 

127933, May 5, 1944. 

No trespass, by David Grayson [pseud. J R 

127934, May 5, 1944. 

Old stone mason, by David Grayson [pseud.] R 

127936, May 5, 1944. 
Well-flavoured earth, by David Grayson [pseud.] 

R 126660, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© R. S. Baker, Amherst, Mass. 



Barber (Lucy Lombardi) 20, 21 

Nursery history of the United States. R 127465, 

Apr. 14, 1944. 
Young people's history of the United States. 

R 127466, Apr. 14, 1944. 
© L. L. Barber, Bethesda, Md. 

Barr (Josiah Henry) Early Methodists under per- 
secution. © J. H. Barr, Clarendon Hills, 111. R. 
126323, Mar. 23, 1944. - 22 

Baskerville (Charles) Course in qualitative chem- 
ical analysis, by C. Baskerville and Louis J. 
Curtman. Rev. ed. © Mary S. Baskerville & 
Louis J, Curtman, New York. R 126334, Mar. 13, 
1944. 23 



Beard (Alice) Magic string book. 
Brooklyn. R 127474, Apr. 14, 1944. 



A. Beard, 
24 



Beard (Patten) 25, 26 

Jolly book of playcraft. R 127468, Apr. 14, 

1944. 
Marjorie's literary dolls. R 127471, Apr. 14, 

1944. 
© P. Beard, Norwalk, Conn. 

Benson (Edward Frederic) David Blaize. © F. 
Arnold Biddle, London & Edwin Plomley Dawes, 
Rye, Sussex, England. R 125395, Feb. 12, 1944. 

27 

Beveridge (Albert Jeremiah) Life of John Marshall, 
v. 1, 2. © Catherine Spencer Beveridge, Indian- 
apolis. R 126789, Apr. 1,1944. 28 

Bindloss (Harold) 29, 30 

Brandon of the engineers. © H. Bindloss, 
Carlisle, England. R 127952, May 19, 1944 
Johnstone of the border, by H. Bindloss. Re- 
vised by Vernon Quinn. © Vernon Quinn, 
New York. R 127950, May 19, 1944. 

Blodgett (Fred L.) Foundation to trombone play- 
ing, by F. L. Blodgett and Edwin Franko 
Goldman. © Carl Fischer, inc., New York. 
R 125880, Feb. 16, 1944. 31 

Blumgarten (Aaron Samuel) 32, 33 

Materia medica for nurses. 2d ed., completely 

rev. R 126046, Mar. 9, 1944. 
Teacher's guide for Blumgarten's Materia med- 

. ica for nurses. R 126066, Mar.*9, 1944. 
© A, S. Blumgarten, New York. 

Bonner (Mary Graham) 34, 35 

Daddy's bedtime animal stories. R 127461, Apr. 

14, 1944. 
Daddy's bedtime fairy stories. R 127462, Apr. 

14, 1944. 
© M. G. Bonner, New York. 

Boodin (John Elof) Realisitc universe. © J. E. 
Boodin, Los Angeles. R 126085, Mar. 9, 1944. 

36 

Brearley (Harry Chase) Fifty years of a civiliz- 
ing force. © H. C. Brearley, San Diego, Calif. 
R 127949, May 19, 1944. 37 

Bryant (Sara Cone) Stories to tell the littlest ones. 
© Sara Cone Bryant Borst, Framingham, Mass. 
R 126788, Apr. 1, 1944. 38 

Bryce (Catherine T.) Story-land dramatic reader. 
© C. T. Bryce, Pasadena. R 125830, Mar. 9, 
1944. 39 

Bull (Sleeter) Principles of feeding farm animals. 
© S. Bull, Urbana, 111. R 126051, Mar. 9, 1944. 

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Burgess (John William) Administration of Presi- 
dent Hayes. © Elisha Payne Jewett Burgess, 
Newport, R. I. R 126494, Apr. 7, 1944. 41 

Burgess (Thornton Waldo) 42, 43 

Adventures "of Buster Bear. R 125875, Mar. 16, 

1944. 
Adventures of old Mr. Toad. R 125874, Mar. 16, 

1944. 
© T. W. Burgess, Springfield, Mass. 

Burnett (Frances Hodgson) Little hunchback Zia. 
© F. H. Burnett, New York. R 127464, Apr. 14, 
1944. 44 

Butler (Samuel) Way of all flesh. © John J. Mc- 
Keon, New Haven. R 126913, Apr. 7, 1944. 45 

Byerly (William Elwood) Introduction to the use of 
generalized co-ordinates in mechanics and 
physics. © Robert W. Byerly, New York. R 
126435, Mar. 30, 1944. 46 

Caldwell (Fred P.) Notes to the Kentucky reports, 
v. 4, 5. © F. P.Caldwell, Louisville. R 126562, 
Apr. 7, 1944. 47 

Camp (Wadsworth) House of fear. © Madeleine B. 
Camp, Jacksonville, Fla. R 125941, Mar, 9, 
1944. 48 

Candee (Helen Churchill) Jacobean furniture and 
English styles in oak and walnut. © H. C. Can- 
dee, Washington. R 127470, Apr. 14, 1944. 49 

Cather (Willa) Golden slipper. © W. Cather, New 
York. R 125173, Feb. 1, 1944. 50 

Chamberlain (James Franklin) Oceania, by J. F. 
Chamberlain and Arthur Henry Chamberlain. © 
J. F. Chamberlain, Pasadena. R 126082, Mar, 9, 
1944. * 51 

Chapman (C. Durand) Self made pictures for child- 
ren. © C. D. Chapman, Newark, N. J. R 127467, 
Apr. 14, 1944. 52 

Chapman (Charles Edward) Founding of Spanish 
California. ©Aimee F. Chapman, Orinda, Calif. 
R 126033, Mar. 9, 1944. 53 

Chekhov (Anton Pavlovich) 54, 55 

The darling, and other stories, by Anton Chekhov, 
from the Russian by Constance Garnett. R 
126061, Mar. 9, 1944 
The duel, and other stories, by Anton Chekhov, 
from the Russian by Constance Garnett. R 
126076, Mar. 9, 1944. © Constance Garnett, 
Kent Hatch, Edenbridge, England. 

Choate (Florence) 56, 57 

Baby's book, by F. Choate. Illustrations by 

Elizabeth Curtis. R 127459, Apr. 14, 1944. 
Golden days, by F. Choate. Illustrations by 

Elizabeth Curtis. R 127458, Apr. 14,1944 
© F. Choate & Elizabeth Curtis, Paterson. 

Cobb (Irvin Shrewsbury) 58-66 

Battle hen of the republic. R 126354, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Cure for lonesomeness. R 126355, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Enter the villain. R 126356, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Eyes of the world. R 126349, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Field of honor. R 126351, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Glory of the states; Kentucky. R 126348, Mar. 
8. 1944. 



Great auk. R 126350, Mar. 8, 1944. 

Mr. Felsberg gets even. R 126353, Mar. 8, 

1944. 
Persona au gratin. R 126352, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© I. S. Cobb, Santa Monica, Calif. 

Coester (Alfred) Literary history of Spanish 
America. © A. Coester, Stanford University, 
Calif. R 126042, Mar. 9, 1944. 67 

Collins (Archie Frederick) Inventing for boys. © 
A. F. Collins, New Haven. R 127473, Apr. 14, 
1944. 68 

Colum (Padraic) King of Ireland's son. © P. Col- 
um, New York. R 126081, Mar. 9, 1944. 69 

Cooling (Walter Freeman) Public policy. © Rich- 
ard Thomas Walter Cooling, Chicago. R 126089, 
Mar. 22, 1944. 70 

Coombs' (Francis Lovell) U. S. Grant. © Lovell 
Coombs, Troy, N. Y. R 125007, Feb. 10, 1944. 

71 

Cooney (Percival John) Kinsmen. © Emma W. 
Cooney, El Monte, Calif. R 126384, Apr. 3, 
1944. 72 

Corelli (Marie) Claudia's business. © Alexander 
Strahan Watt, London. R 127932, May 5, 1944. 

73 

Crew (Henry) General physics. 3d ed. © H. Crew, 
Evanston, 111. R 126054, Mar. 9, 1944. 74 

Cullen (Thomas Stephen) Embryology, anatomy 
and diseases of the umbilicus, together with 
diseases of the urachus. © T„ S. Cullen, Balti- 
more. R 125108, Feb. 11, 1944. 75 

Curtis (Alice Turner) Little maid of Bunker Hill. 
©A. T. Curtis, Needham, Mass. R 125397, Feb. 
18, 1944. 76 

Daly (Thomas Augustine) Songs of wedlock. © T. 

A. Daly, Philadelphia. R 125699, Mar. 3, 1944. 

77 

Danziger (Adolphe) In the garden of Abdullah, and 
other poems. 2d ed. © Adolphe De Castro, Los 
Angeles. R 126363, Mar. 21, 1944. 78 

Darling (Esther Birdsall) Baldy of Nome. © E. 

B. Darling, Berkeley, Calif. R 125396, Feb. 18, 
1944. 79 

Davies (William Henry) Collected poems. © Helen 
Matilda Davies, Woodhall Spa, Lincolnshire, 
England. R 126326, Mar. 17, 1944. 80 

Dell (Ethel May) Safety curtain. © G. T. Savage, 
Guilford^ Surrey, England. R 125398, Feb. 24, 
1944. 81 



Deming (Edwin Willard) American animal life, by 
E. W. Deming and Therese O. Deming. © E. W. 
Deming, New York. R 127475, Apr. 14, 1944. 

82 

Dewey (John) Democracy and education. . © J. 
Dewey, New York. R 125013, Feb. 10, 1944. 83 



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Diver (Maud) Desmond's daughter. © M. Diver, 
Parkstone, Dorset, England. R 126190, Mar. 23, 
1944. 84 

Dix (Beulah Marie) Blithe McBride. © Beulah 
Marie Dix Flebbe, Pacific Palisades, Calif. R 
126068, Mar. 9, 1944. 85 

Dixon (Royal) Forest friends. © R. Dixon, New 
York. R 127460, Apr. 14, 1944. 86 

Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) 87-90 

Battle of Mons. R 125938, Mar. 8, 1944. 

Origin and outbreak of the war. R 125940, Mar. 
8, 1944. 

Two empires at grips. R 125930, Mar. 8, 1944. 

Visit to three fronts. R 125939, Mar. 8, 1944. 

© Mary Conan Doyle, Richmond, Surrey, Eng- 
land, Lena Conan Doyle, Denis Percy Stew- 
art Conan Doyle & Malcolm Adrian Conan 
Doyle, Crowborough, Sussex, England. 

Drake (Durant) Problems of religion*. © Anna 
White Drake, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. R 126776, 
Apr. 1, 1944. 91 

Dupuy (William Atherton) Uncle Sam, detective. © 
W. A. Dupuy, Arlington, Va. R 127469, Apr. 14, 
1944. 92 

Eddy (Walter Hollis) Reproduction and sex hygiene. 
© W. H. Eddy, New York. R 126431, Mar. 30, 
1944. 93 

Edwards (George Wharton) Vanished towers and 
chimes of Flanders. © G. W. Edwards, Green- 
wich, Conn. R 125536, Feb. 25, 1944. 94 

Ellis (Edward Sylvester) ed. History of the German 
people from the first authentic annals to the 
present time, with an introduction by William R. 
Shepherd. [1st ed.] v. 7-10. Edited by E. S. 
Ellis and Augustus R. Keller. © Lillian D. 
Taylor & Miriam R. Hillman, Pelham, N. Y. R 
125683-125686, Mar. 4, 1944. 95-98 

Ely (Richard Theodore) Outlines of economics. 
[3d rev. ed.] By R. T. Ely, Thomas S. Adams, 
Max O. Lorenz [and] Allyn A. Young. © Max O. 
Lorenz, Washington. R 126333, Mar. 13, 1944. 

99 

Faris (John Thomson) Real stories from our his- 
tory. © J. T. Faris, Nashville. R 126429, Mar. 
30, 1944. 100 

Ferber (Edna) 101, 102 

The eldest. R 125918, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Glory of the states; Illinois. R 125922, Mar. 8, 

1944. 
© E. Ferber, Easton, Conn. 

Flagg (Paluel Joseph) Art of anaesthesia. ©P.J. 
Flagg, New York. R 126979, Apr. 19, 1944. 

103 

Flexner (Simon) Journal of experimental medicine 
index. © Rockefeller institute for medical re- 
search, New York. R 125069, Feb. 11, 1944. 

104 

Foerster (Norman) ed. Chief American prose 
writers. © N. Foerster, Iowa City, la. R 126785, 
Apr. 1, 1944. 105 



Foster (Robert Frederick) Foster's auction bridge 
for all. © R. F. Foster, Hyannis, Mass. R 
125832, Mar. 9, 1944. 106 

Fowler (Harold North) History of sculpture. © H. 

N. Fowler, Washington. R 126032, Mar. 9, 1944. 

107 
Ganong (William Francis) Textbook of botany for 

colleges. © Anna H. Ganong, Northampton, Mass. 

R 126058, Mar. 9, 1944. 108 

Gardner (Mary Sewall) Public health nursing. © 
M. S. Gardner, Providence. R 126084, Mar. 9, 
1944. 109 

Gerstacker (FriedrichWilhelm Christian) Irrfahrt- 
en. Edited by Frederick W. Price. © Frederick 
W. Price, New York. R 126450, Apr. 6, 1944. 

110 
Glasgow (Ellen) 111-113 

Dare's gift. pts. 1, 2. (In Harper's magazine, 
v. 134, nos. 801, 802, Feb., Mar., 1917) R 
125697, 125698, Mar. 3, 1944. 
Shadowy third. R 125696, Mar. 3, 1944. 
© E. Glasgow, Richmond. 

Glyn (Elinor) 114-123 

Career of "Catherine Bush. R 125505, 126292, 

Mar. 1, 10, 1944. 
Career of "Catherine Bush. (In Cosmopolitan, 
v. 60, no. 6, v. 61, nos. 1-6, v. 62, no. 1, May- 
Dec, 1916) R 126284-126291, Mar. 10, 1944. 
© Margot Elinor Davis & Juliet Rhys Williams, 
London. 

Goethe (Johann Wolfgang von) Goethe's Hermann 
und Dorothea, edition with introduction, appen- 
dices, notes and vocabulary by Frederick W. C. 
Lieder. © Marie Goebel Kimball, Philadelphia, 
Louise Goebel Beck, Bryn Mawr, Pa., Julius 
Goebel, jr., Walther F. Goebel, New York, Irma 
Goebel Labastille, Upper Montclair, N. J., Anne 
Goebel Brooks, Washington & Eunice Goebel 
Greeley, Winnetka, 111. R 126385, Mar. 24, 1944. 

124 

Goff (Emmett Stull) Principles of plant culture, by 
E. S. Goff, revised by J. G. Mocre and L. R. 
Jones. 8th ed. © J. G. Moore, Madison, Wis. & 
Lewis R. Jones, Brookfield, Vt. R 125014, Feb. 
10, 1944. 125 

Goldsmith (Oliver) Goldsmith's The deserted vil- 
lage, The traveller; Gray's Elegy in a country 
church-yard. Edited, with introduction and notes, 
by Louise Pound. © Louise Pound, Lincoln, 
Neb. R 126436, Mar. 30, 1944. ! 126 

Gordy (Wilbur Fisk) History of the United States 
for schools. Rev. ed. © Isabel H. Gordy, Hart- 
ford. R 126496, Apr. 7, 1944. 127 

Gorky (Maxim) Confession, by M. Gorky. Trans- 
lated from the Russian by Rose Strunsky. © 
Rose Strunsky, Greenwich, Conn. R 127456, 
Apr. 14, 1944. 128 

Gregory (Jackson) The outlaw. © Edwin J. Loeb, 
'Los Angeles. R 124967, Feb. 12, 1944. 129 

Gronow (Anna Talea Scherz) Geschichte und sage. 
©AT. Gronow, Chicago. R 126427, Mar. 30, 
1944. 130 



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Gulliver (Lucile) Daniel Boone. © L. Gulliver, 
Boston. R 126027, Mar. 9, 1944. 131 

Hall (Albert Neely) Handicraft for handy girls, by 
A. N. Hall and Dorothy Perkins. Practical plans 
for work and play, with illustrations and working 
drawings by the authors and Norman P. Hall. © 
A. N. Hall, Elmhurst, 111. R 127371, Apr. 27, 
1944. 132 

Harris (Charles K.) Who's to blame. © Cora L. 
Harris, New York. R 127551, Apr. 20, 1944. 

133 

Hayes (Carlton Joseph Huntley) Political and social 
history of modern Europe, v. 1, 2. © C. J. H. 
Hayes, New York. R 126040, 126055, Mar. 9; 
1944. 134, 135 

Hazlitt (Henry) Thinking as a science. © H. 
Hazlitt, New York. R 126485, Apr. 7, 1944. 

136 

Henderson (Ernest Flagg) Short history of Germany, 
v. 1, 2. New ed. © George B. Henderson & 
Ernest F. Henderson, Boston. R 126031, Mar. 9, 
1944. 137 

Herd man (Marie Louise) Story of the United States. 
© M. L. Herdman, Eglinbury, Scotland. R 
127951, May 19, 1944. 138 

Hichens (Robert Smythe) Two fears. © R. Hichens, 
Maienfeld, Grisons, Switzerland. R 126583, 
Feb. 12, 1944. 139 

Holcombe (Arthur Norman) State government in 
the United States. © A. N. Holcombe, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. R 126083, Mar. 9, 1944. 140 

Hopkins (James Love) Law of trademarks, trade- 
names and unfair competition. 3d ed. © Anna 
Love Hopkins, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. R 126967, 
Apr. 7, 1944. 141 

Hunt (Clara Whitehill) About Harriet, by C. W. 
Hunt. Illustrated by Maginel Wright Enright. © 
C. W. Hunt, Mt. Vernon, N. Y, & Maginel Wright 
Barney, New York. R 126793, Apr. 1, 1944. 

142 

Hunter (George Leland) Oriental rugs; the Persian 
and Indian groups. © Esther Hunter Burten- 
shaw, New York. R 125394, Jan. 26, 1944. 143 

Husik (Isaac) History of mediaeval Jewish philo- 
sophy. © Rose G. Husik, New York. R 125533, 
Feb. 25, 1944. % 144 

Jewish encyclopedia, v. 1-12. New ed. © Funk & 
Wagnalls co., New York. R 127948, May 6, 
1944. 145 

Jones (Rufus Matthew) Inner life. © R. M. Jones, 
Haverford, Pa. R 126064, Mar. 9, 1944. 146 

Kalamono's self instructor for the ukulele. © 
Barbara E. Smith, Flushing, N. Y. R 126338, 
Mar. 15, 1944. 147 

Kearney (Lillian Cecilia) 148, 149 

What every business man should know. R 127472, 
Apr. 14, 1944. 



What every business woman should know. R 

127457, Apr. 14, 1944. 
© L. C. Kearney, Brooklyn. 

Kendall (Oswald) 150-152 

Reioance of The Martin Connor. R 126781, Apr. 

1, 1944. 
Romance of The Martin Connor. (In Youth's 
companion, v. 90, nos. 15, 24, Apr. 13, June 
15, 1916) R 125113, 125114, Feb. 16, 1944. 
© O.Kendall, London. 

Kenison (Ervin) Descriptive geometry, by E. 
Kenison and Harry C. Bradley. Preliminary ed. 
© Mary A. Kenison, Washington & Syrena S. 
Bradley, Jamaica Plain, Mass. R 126060, Mar. 9, 
1944. 153 

Kent (Charles Foster) Work and teachings of the 
Apostles. © Elizabeth M. S. Kent, New Haven. 
R 126449, Apr. 6, 1944. 154 

Kephart (Horace) Camping and woodcraft, v. 1. © 
Laura M. Kephart, Bronxville, N. Y. R 126041, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 155 

Kilmer (Joyce) Circus and other essays. © Kenton 
Kilmer, Arlington, Va. & Christopher Kilmer, 
Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. R 125924, Mar. 8, 1944. 

156 

Kinne (Helen) 157, 158 

Clothing and health, by H. Kinne and Anna M. 

Cooley. R 126044, Mar. 9, 1944. 
Food and health, by H. Kinne and Anna M. Cool- 
ey. R 126038, Mar. 9, 1944. 
© Anna M. Cooley, New York. 

Kipling (Rudyard) 159-167 

The choice. R 127540, Apr. 18, 1944. 
Destroyers at Jutland, pts. 1-4. R 125040- 

125043, Feb. 10, 1944. 
Diversity of creatures. R 127930, May 5, 1944. 
A nativity. R 125039, Feb. 10, 1944. 
The neutral. R 125044, Feb. 10, 1944. 
Regulus. R 125942, Mar. 9, 1944. 
© Elsie Bambridge, Arrington, Royston, Herts., 

England. 

Knipe (Alden Arthur) Polly Trotter, patriot, by A. 
A. Knipe and Emiiie Benson Knipe. © A. A. 
Knipe, New Hartford, Conn. R 126072, Mar. 9, 
1944. 168 

Kreymborg (Alfred) Others, an anthology of the 
new verse. © A. Kreymborg, New York. R 
125873, Mar. 11, 1944. 169 

Langfeld (Herbert Sidney) Elementary laboratory 
course in psychology, by H. S. Langfeld and 
Floyd Henry Allport. © H. S. Langfeld, Prince- 
ton, N. J. & Floyd Henry Allport, Syracuse. R 
126790, Apr. 1, 1944. 170 



Lanier (Henry W.) ed. Selections from Sidney 
Lanier. © H. W. Lanier, New York. R 125365, 
Feb. 24, 1944. 171 

Lawrence (David Herbert) Amores. © Frieda 
Lawrence, San Cristobal, Mexico. R 127410, 
Apr. 14, 1944. 172 



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Lewis (Sinclair) 173-179 

He loved his country. R 127562, Apr. 25, 1944. 
Hobohemia. R 127567, Apr. 25, 1944. 
Honestly, if possible. R 127563, Apr. 25, 1944. 
I'm a stranger here myself. R 127561, Apr. 25, 

1944. 
Poinsettia widow. R 127566, Apr. 25, 1944. 
Story with a happy ending. R 127565, Apr. 25, 

1944. 
Twenty-four hours in June. R 127564, Apr. 25, 

1944. 
© S. Lewis, New York. 

Lewisohn (Ludwig) Spirit of modern German liter- 
ature. © L. Lewisohn, Valmora, N. M. R 
127411, Apr. 14, 1944. 180 

Lindsay (Vachel) Handy guide for beggars. © 
Elizabeth C. Lindsay, Andover,Conn. R 126077, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 181 

Locke (William John) Wonderful year. © Aimee 
Locke, London. R 125586, Mar. 2, 1944. 182 

London (Jack) 183, 184 

Little lady of the big house. R 126023, Mar. 9, 

1944. 
Turtles of Tasman. R 126052, Mar. 9, 1944. 
© Charmian K. London, Glen Ellen, Calif. 

Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth) Evangeline, by H. 
W. Longfellow, Biographical sketch by Eva 
March Tappan. Introduction and study helps by 
Margaret Ashmun. New ed. © Houghton Miff- 
lin co., Boston. R 126792, Apr. 1, 1944. 185 

Love (Clyde Elton) Differential and integral cal- 
culus. © C. E. Love, Ann Arbor. R 126043, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 186 

Lowell (Amy) 187-194 

Battledore and shuttlecock. R 126772, Mar. 23, 

1944. 
The charm. R 126774, Mar. 23, 1944. 
The grocery. R 126770, Mar. 23, 1944. 
In a time of dearth. R 126775, Mar. 23, 1944. 
Men, women and ghosts. R 126191, Mar. 23, 

1944. 
Merchandise. R 126771, Mar. 23, 1944. 
Pyrotechnics. R 126769, Mar. 23, 1944. 
1777. R 126773, Mar. 23, 1944. 
© Ada D. Russell, Chevy Chase, Md. 

Lutz (Grace Livingston Hill) Finding of Jasper 
Holt. © G. L„ Hill. Swarthmore, Pa. R 125835, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 195 

Mac Arthur (Ruth Brown) Little mother. © R. B. 
MacArthur, Long Beach, Calif. R 125534, Feb. 
25, 1944. 196 

MacDonald (William) ed. Documentary source 
book of American history, 1606-1913. New and 
enl. ed., with continuation to 1913. © John H. 
MacDonald, Pelham Manor, N. Y. R 126062, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 197 

MacKaye (Percy Wallace) Poems and plays, v. 1. 
New ed. © P. MacKaye, New York. R 126024, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 198 

Mackie-Beyer, comp. New excelsior method for 
drums, fife, tympani, orchestra bells, xylophone 
and traps. © J. W. Pepper & son, inc., Philadel- 
phia. R 125909, Mar. 9, 1944. 199 



[McNeile (Herman Cyril)] 200-202 

Jim Brent's V„ C, by Sapper [pseud.] R 127536, 

Apr. 18, 1944. 
Man who ended the war, by Sapper [pseud.] R 

127538, Apr. 18, 1944. . 

Men, women and guns, by Sapper [pseud.] R 

127539, Apr. 18, 1944. 

© Violet Evelyn McNeile, Fittleworth, Sussex, 
England. 

Magee (Anna F.) Magee readers. Books 1, 2. By 
A„ F. Magee, with the editorial cooperation of 
John F. Reigart. © A„ F. Magee, New York & 
John F. Reigart, Yonkers, N. Y. R 126430, 
126433, Mar. 30, 1944. 203, 204 

Manly (John Matthews) English prose and poetry, 
1137-1892. © Hellen Manly Patrick, Tucson, 
Ariz. R 125846, Feb. 1, 1944. 205 

[Mary Domitilla, sister] Third-sixth reader. © 
Mother Mary Domitilla, Framingham, Mass. R 
126327, 126329, 126332, 126335, Mar. 13, 1944. 

206-209 

Masefield (John) 210, 211 

Gallipoli. © J. Masefield, Abingdon, Berkshire, 

England. R 126079, Mar. 9, 1944. 
Salt-water poems and ballads, by J. Masefield. 
Illustrated by Charles Pears. © J. Masefield, 
Abingdon, Berkshire, England & Charles 
Pears, London. R 126065, Mar. 9, 1944. 

Mason (Alfred Edward Woodley) Silver ship. © A. 
E. W. Mason, London. R 127547, Apr. 18, 1944. 

212 
Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. Massachu- 
setts reports. 213-217 
[v.] 221; cases argued and determined. April- 
September, 1915. R 124797, Feb. 5, 1944. 
v. 222; cases argued and determined. 

September 16, 1915-November 23, 1915. R 

124390, Jan. 28, 1944. 
November 23, 1915-January 17, 1916. R 

124962, Feb. 9, 1944. 
January 17, 1916-February 10, 1916. R 126019, 
Mar. 22, 1944. 
[v.] 223; cases argued and determined. Feb- 
ruary 11, 1916-Mar. 3, 1916. R 127427, May 
1, 1944. 
© Little, Brown Si co., Boston. 

Masters (Edgar Lee) 218-220 

Great valley. R 126073, Mar. 9, 1944. 
Songs and satires. R 125015, Feb. 10, 1944. 
Spoon River anthology. New illustrated ed. R 

126069, Mar. 9, 1944. 
© E. L. Masters, New York. 

Meigs (Cornelia) Master Simon's garden. © C. 
Meigs, Washington. R 126063, Mar. 9, 1944. 

221 

Miller (Dayton Clarence) Science of musical sounds . 
© Dewey H. Miller, Oakland, Calif. R 126030, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 222 

Montague (Margaret Prescott) Twenty minutes of 
reality. © M. P. Montague, Richmond. R 
126375, Mar. 30, 1944. 223 

Montgomery (Frances Trego) Billy Whiskers out 
west. © Estelle Loud, Oscoda, Mich. R 126017, 
Mar. 24, 1944. 224 



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Moore (George) The brook Kerith. © Charles 
Douglas Medley, London. R 126057, Mar. 9, 
1944. 225 

Moore (Joseph H.) Beginner's harmony writing 
book. © Caroline M. Moore, Sewickley, Pa. R 
125527, Mar. 2, 1944. 226 

Morgan (Thomas Hunt) Critique of the theory of 
evolution. Lectures delivered at Princeton uni- 
versity, February 24, March 1, 8, 15, 1916. © 
T. H. Morgan, Pasadena. R 127248, Apr. 22, 
1944. 227 

Mosher (Joseph Albert) Essentials of effective 
gesture. © Berenice M. Graves, Elmira, N. Y. 
R 126029, Mar. 9, 1944. 228 

Mother Goose. Real Mother Goose. ©RandMcNal- 
ly & co., Chicago. R 125722, Mar. 4, 1944. 229 

Neihardt (John Gneisenau) The quest. © J. G. Nei- 
hardt, Branson, Mo. R 126070, Mar. 9, 1944. 

230 

Nida (Stella Humphrey) Letters of Polly the pioneer. 
© S. H. Nida, San Diego, Calif. R 126047, Mar. 
9, 1944. 231 

O'Hara (Frank) Introduction to economics. © Lin- 
da M. O'Hara, Washington. R 126053, Mar. 9, 
1944. 232 

Olcott (Charles Sumner) Life of William McKinley. 
v. 1, 2. © L. Howard Olcott, Montclair, N. J. 
R 125197, Feb. 18, 1944. 233 

Olcott (Frances Jenkins) Bible stories to read and 
tell. © F. J. Olcott, New York. R 126791, Apr. 
1, 1944. 234 

[Onions (Berta Ruck)] In another girl's shoes, by 
Berta Ruck. © Berta Ruck Oliver, Aberdovey, 
Merioneth, Wales. R 126380, Mar. 22, 1944. 

235 

Outcault (Richard Felton) Buster Brown, the little 
rogue. © R. F. Outcault, Hushing, N. J. R 
127463, Apr. 14, 1944. 236 

Packard (Frank L.) 237-240 

Affair of the diamond pendant. R 125933, Mar. 

8, 1944. 
Rehabilitation of Larry the bat. R 125936, Mar. 

8, 1944. 
Snarlinghue. R 125932, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Ware the lone wolf. R 125937, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© Marguerite Pearl Packard, Lachine, Que., 

Canada. 

Paine (Ralph Delahaye) Long road home. © Kath- 
arine Paine, Durham, N. H. R 125528, Feb. 24, 
1944. 241 

Patterson (Harold Wallace) Small boat building. 
© Alice B. Patterson, Yonkers, N. Y. R 126026, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 242 

Peabody (Josephine Preston) Harvest moon. © 
Lionel S. Marks, Cambridge, Mass. R 126787, 
Apr. 1, 1944. 243 

Pennell (Elizabeth Robins) Nights; Rome, Venice, 
in the aesthetic eighties; London, Paris, in the 
fighting nineties. © Provident trust co. of 
Philadelphia, Philadelphia. R 125946, Mar. 20, 
1944. 244 



Perkins (Lucy Fitch) Cave twins. © Eleanor Ellis 
Perkins, Evanston, 111. & Lawrence B. Perkins, 
Chicago. R 126783, Apr. 1, 1944. 245 

Petrunkevitch (Alexander) Morphology of inverte- 
brate types. © A. Petrunkevitch, New Haven. R 
126036, Mar. 9, 1944. 246 

Phillips (Chester Arthur) Readings in money and 
banking. © C. A. Phillips, Iowa City, la. R 
126048, Mar. 9, 1944. 247 

Pillsbury (Walter Bowers) Fundamentals of psycho- 
logy. © W. B. Pillsbury, Ann Arbor. R 126056, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 248 

Pohle (Ella E.) comp. Dr. C. I. Scofield's question 
box. ©E. E. Pohle, Hollywood, Calif. R 127713, 
May 15, 1944. 249 

Pottenger (Milton Alberto) Three master masons. 
© Herbert Dudley Pottenger, Long Beach, Calif. 
R 125174, Jan. 17, 1944. 250 

Pringle (Mary P.) Yule-tide in many lands, by M. 
P. Pringle and Clara A. Urann. © M. P. Pringle, 
Newark, N. J. R 127370, Apr. 27, 1944. 251 



Prouty (Olive Higgins) Fifth wheel. © 
Prouty, Boston. R 125833, Mar. 9, 1944. 



O. H. 
252 



Rand McNally & co. 253, 254 

Political history— facts and figures— president- 
ial campaigns, 1789-1916. R 125725, Mar. 4, 
1944. 
Rand McNally political atlas— the man and the 
issues of the presidential campaign of 1916. 
R 125726, Mar. 4, 1944. 
© Rand McNally & co., Chicago. 

Rand McNally bankers' directory and list of attor- 
neys. July, 1916, Jan., 1917. 81st, 82nd ed. 
44th, 45th year. © Rand McNally & co., Chi- 
cago. R 125723, 125734, Mar. 4, 1944. 

255, 256 

Rand McNally list of attorneys -at- law. July, 1916 
ed. © Rand McNally & co., Chicago. R 125724, 
Mar. 4, 1944. 257 



Rand McNally list of bonded attorneys -at- law. Jan., 
1917 ed. © Rand McNally & co., Chicago. R 
125733, Mar. 4, 1944. 258 

Reynolds (Francis Joseph) ed^ Story of the great 
war. v. 1-5. Edited by F. J. Reynolds, Allen L. 
Churchill [and] Francis Trevelyan Miller. © P. 
F. Collier & son Corp., New York. R 125401- 
125405, Feb. 19, 1944. 259-263 

Rhead (Louis) American trout stream insects. © 
L. Rhead, New York. R 126488, Mar. 24, 1944. 

264 

Rice (Susan Tracy) comp. Easter, compiled by S. 
T. Rice. Edited by Robert Haven Schauffler. © 
Robert Haven Schauffler, New York. R 126379, 
Mar. 22, 1944. 265 

Rihbany (Abraham Mitrie) Syrian Christ. © A. M. 
Rihbany, Brookline, Mass. R 126784, Apr. 1, 
1944. 266 



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Rinehart (Mary Roberts) Altar of freedom. © M. 
R. Rinehart, New York. R 127689, Apr. 27, 1944. 

267 

Roberts (Charles George Douglas) Secret trails. 
© C. G. D. Roberts, Toronto. R 126074, Mar. 9, 
1944. 268 

Robinson (James Harvey) Medieval and modern 
times. © Bankers trust co., New York. R 
126437, Mar. 30, 1944. 269 

Rolfs (Peter Henry) Subtropical vegetable-garden- 
ing. © P. H. Rolfs, Gainesville, Fla. R 125011, 
Feb. 10, 1944. 270 

Roosevelt (Theodore, pres. IL Sj Book lover's 
holidays in the open. © Edith K. Carow Roose- 
velt, Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. R 125366, Feb. 
24, 1944. 271 

Rose (Mary Swartz) Feeding the family. © Anton 
R. Rose, Edgewater, N. J. R 126067, Mar. 9, 
1944. 272 

Roux (Louis Alexandre) Elementary French read- 
er. © L. A. Roux, Beverly Hills, Calif. R 
126028, Mar. 9, 1944. 273 

Ruxton (George Frederick Augustus) Wild life in 
the Rocky Mountains, by G. F. Ruxton. Edited by 
Horace Kephart. © Laura M. Kephart, Bronx - 
ville, N. Y. R 126025, Mar. 9, 1944. 274 

Ryan (John Augustine) Distributive justice. © J. A. 
Ryan, Washington. R 126071, Mar. 9, 1944. 

275 

Sadtler (Samuel Schmucker) Chemistry of familiar 
things. 2d ed., rev. © S. Sadtler, Philadelphia, 
R 125834, Mar. 9, 1944. 276 

Saenger (Oscar) Oscar Saenger course in vocal 
training. 277-282 

Prospectus. R 126688, Apr. 1, 1944. 
Vocalization. R 126689-126693, Apr. 1, 1944. 
© Radio corp. of America, RCA Victor div., 
Camden, N. J. 

Schutze (Martin) Goethe's poems selected and 
annotated with a study of the development of 
Goethe's art and view of life in his lyrical 
poetry. © M. Schutze, Chicago. R 126434, Mar. 
30, 1944. 283 

Scroggs (William Oscar) Filibusters and financiers. 
© W. O. Scroggs, Baton Rouge, La. R 125060, 
Feb. 12, 1944. 284 

Seltzer (Charles Alden) Parson Bill. © Ella 
Alberts Seltzer, Rocky River, O. R 127546, 
Apr. 18, 1944. 285 

Seton (Ernest Thompson) 286-289 

Preacher of Cedar Mountain. R 127931, May 5, 

1944. 
Wild animal ways. R 125914, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Woodcraft manual for boys; the fifteenth Birch 

bark roll. R 125916, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Woodcraft manual for girls; the fifteenth Birch 

bark roll. R 125915, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© E. T. Seton, Santa Fe, N. M. 



Shackleton (Robert) Book of Boston. © Fairfield 
trust co., Fairfield, Conn. R 125537, Feb. 25, 
1944. 290 

Shakespeare (William) Sonnets of Shakespeare 
from the quarto of 1609. Edited by Raymond 
Macdonald Alden. © Barbara H. Alden, Palo 
Alto, Calif. R 127406, Apr. 14, 1944. 291 

Simonds (Frank Herbert) They shall not pass © 
Mary G. Simonds, Washington. R 125695, Mar. 
3, 1944. 292 

Siren (Oswald) Descriptive catalogue of the pictures 
in the Jarves collection belonging to Yale uni- 
versity. © O. Siren, Stockholm. R 125903, Jan. 
26, 1944. 293 

Smith (Nora Archibald) Old, old tales from the old, 
old book. © Helen K. Bradbury, Coconut Grove, 
Fla. R 127537, Apr. 18, 1944. 294 

Snow (William Leonard) ed^ High school prize 
speaker. © W. L. Snow, Newton, Mass. R 
126780, Apr. 1, 1944. 295 

Sonneck (Oscar George Theodore) Suum cuique. 
© Marie Elizabeth Sonneck, New York. R 
126236, Mar. 11, 1944. 296 

Stanwood (Edward) History of the presidency from 
1897 to 1916. v. 2. 2d ed. © Frances Perot 
Stanwood, Provincetown, Mass. R 126782, Apr. 
1, 1944. 297 

Stephens (James) Insurrection in Dublin. © J. Ste- 
phens, London. R 126059, Mar. 9, 1944. 298 

Stevenson (Robert Louis) Father Damien; an open 
letter to the Reverend Dr. Hyde of Honolulu, by 
R. L. Stevenson, with a note, Mrs. Stevenson's 
description of the writing, and related passages 
from Stevenson's correspondence. © Lloyd 
Osbourne, New York. R 125529, Mar. 2, 1944. 

299 

Stratemeyer (Edward) Dave Porter and his double. 
© Edna C. Squier & Harriet S. Adams, East 
Orange, N. J. R 126657, Apr. 1, 1944. 300 

Surette (Thomas Whitney) 301-304 

Community music. R 125200, Feb. 18, 1944. 
Music for children. R 125198, Feb. 18, 1944. 
Opera. R 125199, Feb. 18, 1944. 
Public school music. R 125201, Feb. 18, 1944. 
© H. R. Bygrave, Boston. 

Tacitus (Cornelius) The Germania; with intro- 
duction and notes, by Duane Reed Stuart. © 
Emilie M. Stuart, Princeton, N. J. R 125010, 
Feb. 10, 1944. 305 

Taft (William Howard, pres. U. SJ The presiden- 
cy, its duties,. its powers, its opportunities and 
its limitations. © Robert A. Taft, Cincinnati. 
R 126495, Apr. 7, 1944. 306 

Tagore (Rabindranath) 307-310 

Fruit-gathering. R 126337, Mar. 13, 1944. 
Japan. R 126331, Mar. 13, 1944. 
Message of India to Japan. R 12633*0, Mar. 13, 

1944. 
Stray birds. R 126336, Mar. 13, 1944. 
© Rathindranath Tagore, Santiniketan, Bengal, 
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Tappan (Eva March) 311-318 

Book of humor. R 126796, Apr. 1, 1944. 
© Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 
Diggers in the earth. R 126777, Apr. 1, 1944. 
Makers of many things. R 126779, Apr. 1, 1944. 
© Worcester County trust co., Worcester. 
Modern triumphs. R 126797, Apr. 1, 1944. 
Sports and pastimes. R 126795, Apr. 1, 1944. 
Stories of nature. R 126794, Apr. 1, 1944. 
© Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 
Travelers and traveling. R 126778, Apr. 1, 

1944. 
© Worcester County trust co., Worcester. 
Wonders of science. R 126798, Apr. 1, 1944. 
© Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 

Tapper (Thomas) Franz Schubert, the story of the 
boy who wrote beautiful songs. © Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. R 126361, Mar. 8, 
1944. 319 

Tarkington (Booth) Mister Antonio. 1st, last pts. 
(In Harper's magazine, v. 134, nos. 800, 801, 
Jan., Feb., 1917) © N, B. Tarkington, Indian- 
apolis. R 124649, 124650, Feb. 3, 1944. 

320, 321 

Thompson (Joseph Wesley) Notes to the Indiana 
decisions, v. 6. © Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. R 126346, Mar. 20, 1944. 322 

Thorndike (Ashley Horace) Shakespeare's theatre. 
© Annette L. Thorndike, Ardsley-on-Hudson, N. 
Y. R 125016, Feb. 10, 1944. . 323 

Thorp (Frank Hale) Outlines of industrial chemis- 
try. 3d rev. and enl. ed. © Kate L. Thorp, 
Ithaca, N. Y. R 126328, Mar. 13, 1944. 324 

Towne (Ezra Thayer) Social problems. © E. T. 
Towne, Grand Forks, N. D. R 126035, Mar. 9, 
1944. 325 

Trafton (Gilbert Haven) Bird friends. © Minnie 
Grace Trafton, Mankato, Minn. R 126658, Apr. 
1, 1944. 326 



Van Dyke (John Charles) The mountain. © Clare 
Van Dyke Parr, Yonkers, N. Y. R 126448, Apr. 
6, 1944. 327 

Van Loan (Charles E.) 328-330 

Adolphus and the rough diamond. R 125931, 

Mar. 8, 1944. 
IOU. R 125934, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Whip horse. R 125935, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© Emma C. Van Loan, Los Angeles. 

Van Vechten (Carl) Music and bad manners. © C. 
Van Vechten, New York. R 126339, Mar. 25, 
1944. 331 

Van Wagenen (Kate) Modern speller. Books 1, 2. 
©K. Van Wagenen, New York. R 126020, 126021, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 332, 333 

[Ward (Arthur Sarsfield)] 334, 335 

Pigtail. of Hi Wing Ho, by Sax Rohmer [pseud.] 

R 125917, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Red eye of Vishnue, by Sax Rohmer [pseud. ] R 

125923, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© A. S. Ward, St. James, England. 



Ward (Mary Augusta Arnold) England's effort, by 
Mrs. Humphry Ward. © Dorothy Mary Ward, 
London. R 125530, Mar. 2, 1944. 336 

Warner (Anne) Susan Clegg and her love affairs. © 
Anne Burnham, New York. R 127560, May 8, 
1944. 337 

Watson (Virginia) Princess Pocohontas. © V. 
Watson, New York. R 125535, Feb. 25, 1944. 

338 

Webster (Hanson Hart) ed. Poems for memorizing. 
Grades 1-9. © Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 
R 126786, Apr. 1, 1944. 339 

Weld (LeRoy D.) Theory of errors and least 
squares. © L. D. Weld, Cedar Rapids, la. R 
125009, Feb. 10, 1944. 340 

Wells (Herbert George) 341, 342 

Mr. Britling sees it through. R 126049, Mar. 9, 

1944. 
What is coming? R 126034, Mar. 9, 1944. 
© H. G. Wells, London. 

Wheeler (Daniel Edwin) Abraham Lincoln. © D. 
E. Wheeler, Bronxville, N. Y. R 126022, Mar. 
9, 1944. 343 

White (Stewart Edward) 344-353 

Edge of the ripple. R 127935, May 5, 1944. 

Leopard woman. R 125991, Mar. 8, 1944. 

Leopard woman. (In_ Saturday evening post, v. 
189, nos. 5-12, July 29, Aug. 5, 12, 19, 26, 
Sept. 2, 9, 16, 1916) R 125919-125921, 
125925-125929. 

© S. E. White, Burlingame, Calif. 

White (William Allen) God's puppets. © Sallie L. 
White, Emporia, Kan. R 125012, Feb. 10, 1944. 

354 

Wickes (Frances Gillespy) Child's book of holi- 
day plays. © F„ G. Wickes, New York. R 
126045, Mar. 9, 1944. 355 

Williams (Wayland Wells) Whirligig of time. © W. 
W. Williams, New Haven. R 126487, Mar. 24, 
1944. 356 



357-361 
R 127541, Apr. 18, 

R 127542, Apr. 18, 



Wilson (Harry Leon) 

Cousin Egbert intervenes. 

1944. 
Kate up from the depths. 

1944. 
Little old New York. R 127544, Apr. 18, 1944. 
Love story. R 127545, Apr. 18, 1944. 
Pete's brother-in-law. R 127543, Apr. 18, 1944. 
© Charis Wilson Weston & Harry Leon Wilson, 

jr., Carmel, Calif. 



Wright (Irene Aloha) Early history of Cuba, 1492- 
1586. © I. A. Wright, Washington. R 126075, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 362 



Wyss (Jean Rudolph) Swiss family Robinson, by J. 
R. Wyss, with illustrations by Milo Winter. 
Windermere ed. © Rand McNally & co., Chi- 
cago. R 125765, Mar. 4, 1944. 363 



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Young (Ella Flagg) Young and Field literary 
readers. Book 2. By E. F. Young and Walter 
Taylor Field. © Sara Lounsberry Peck Field, 
Hinsdale, 111. R 126428, Mar. 30, 1944. 364 



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Zangwill (Israel) War for the world. © Edith A. 
Zangwill, East Preston, Sussex, England. R 
126039, Mar. 9, 1944. 365 



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Abend (Hallett)* Hyde Park, Vt. Treaty ports. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182314. 3995 

Abner (Maude Melton)* Louisville. Story of the 
Union gospel mission, 1886-1944. © July 10, 
1944; A 181878. 3996 

Adair (John) Navajo and Pueblo silversmiths. © 
Aug. 7, 1944; A 182200; University of Oklahoma 
press, Norman, Okl. 3997 

Addis (Hugh) Dark voyage. © July 18, 1944; A 
181852; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 3998 



Aker (Homer Ferris) You and your government, 
by H. F. Aker and Vanza Nielsen Aker. © June 
26, 1944; A 182072; Harr Wagner pub. co., San 
Francisco. 3999 

Alexander (Jerome) Colloid chemistry, theoretical 
and applied, v. 5. © July 19, 1944; A 181916; 
Reinhold pub. corp., New York. - 4000 

Allee (G. Franklin) Till the day dawn. © Apr. 20, 
1944; A 182209; Zondervan pub. house, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 4001 

Allen (Merritt Parmelee) White feather. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 16, 1944; A 182271; Longmans, Green & 
co., inc., New York. 4002 

Almstead (Francis E.) Radio fundamental principles 
and practices, by F. E. Almstead, Kirke E.Davis 
and George K. Stone. © July 17, 1944; A 181876; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 4003 

American dental association. Council on dental 
therapeutics,* Chicago. Accepted dental reme- 
dies. © July 11, 1944; A 182051. 4004 

American economic association, comp . Readings 
in business cycle theory. © July 26, 1944; A 
182253; Blakiston co., Philadelphia. 4005 

American law reports, annotated, v. 150. © Aug. 
3, 1944; A 182105; Lawyers co-operative pub. 
co.., San Francisco. 4006 

Anderson (Albert Lester)* Minneapolis. Technique 
of fitting contact lenses. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 
182258. 4007 

Anderson (Kenneth) Winky, lost in the Rockies. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; A 182203; Zondervan pub. house, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 4008 

Anderson (Kenneth B.) Notaries public in Pennsyl- 
vania. © June 30, 1944; A 182055; Notaries 
equipment co., Philadelphia. 4009 



Andrews (Phillip)* New York. Navy yearbook. 
Edited by P. Andrews and Leonard Engel. [1st 
ed.] © July 20, 1944; A 181849. 4010 

Appelman (Hyman) Saviour's invitation and other 
evangelistic sermons. © May 4, 1944; A 182208; 
Zondervan pub. house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

4011 

Appleman (John Alan) Insurance law and practice, 
with forms, v. 14, 15. © July 18, 1944; A 
181981; Vernon law book co., Kansas City, Mo. 

4012 



Appleton (Julian J.)* Camp Sibert, Ala. Military 
law for the company commander. © July 17, 
1944, A 181880. 4013 

Arenson (Saul B.) Introduction to. quantitative 
analysis. [By]S. B. Arenson and George Rie- 
veschl, jr. © June 28, 1944; A 182042; Thomas Y. 
Crowell co., New York. 4014 

Ashley (Clifford W.)* South Westport, Mass. Ashley 
book of knots. © July 21, 1944; A 181853. 4015 

Atkin (William W.) Forty designs for postwar 
boats, v. 20. Prepared especially for Motor 
boating, by W. W. Atkin and other designers . 
Edited by Charles F. Chapman and F. W. Hor en- 
burger. © July 26, 1944; A 182293; Hearst 
magazines, inc., New York. 4016 

Atlantic reporter. Second series, v. 36 A. 2d. © 
July 12, 1944; A 181979; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

« 4017 

Atlantic reporter digest, 1764 to date. v. 34, pts. 
1, 2. © June 26, 1944; A 182101; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 4018 

Ayling (Keith)* New York. Bombers. © June 27, 
1944; A 181915. 4019 

Baker (Anna M.) Voice of the waters and other 
poems. © Aug. 4, 1944; A 182174; Dorrance & 
co., inc., Philadelphia. 4020 

Baker (Richard St. Barbe)* Dorchester, Dorset, 
England. The redwoods. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1944; 
A ad int. 28414; pubd. Dec. 20, 1943. 4021 

[Ball (Robert)] Winding river, by Helen Fuller 
Orton. [Illustrated by R. Ball] © July 24, 1944; 
A 182320; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

4022 



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4 023 



Barbeau (Marius) Mountain cloud. 
A 182032; Caxton printers, ltd. 



D July 22, 1944; 
Caldwell, Id. 
4023 



Battin (William L) jr.,* New York. Saving, invest- 
ment and employment. © Aug. 9, 1944; A 182214. 

4024 

Beard (Charles A.) Basic history of the United 
States, by C. A. Beard and Mary R. Beard. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; A 182126; Garden City pub. co., 
inc., New York. 4025 

Beardwood (Joseph T.) jr. Simplified diabetic 
management, by J. T. Beardwood, jr., and Her- 
bert T. Kelley. © July 27, 1944; A 182268; J. B. 
Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 4026 



Becker (Carl L.)* Ithaca, N. Y. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 182331. 



Modern history. 
4027 



Becker (Charlotte) Unlike twins in nursery school. 
© Aug. 7, 1944; A 182219; Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 4028 

Beistle (Aldarilla S.) I spy. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 
182261; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 4029 

Belfrage (Cedric)* New York. Faith to free the 
people. © Aug. 4, 1944; A 182281. 4030 

Benet (William Rose)* New York. Day of deliver- 
ance. [1st ed.J © Aug. 14, 1944; A 182344. 

4031 

Beynon (George W.)* New York. Tournament and 
duplicate bridge. © July 21, 1944; A 182354. 

4032 

Biddle (A. J. Drexel)* Absecon, N. J. Do or die. 
© May 15, 1944; A 181872. 4033 

Bird (Dorothy Maywood)* Eaton Rapids, Mich. 
Granite harbor. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182283. 

4034 

Black (Harold Garnet) Broken pillars. © July 14, 
1944; A 181930; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 4035 

Blakey (Roy G.) Analyses of Minnesota incomes, 
1938-39, a summary by R. G. Blakey. Analyses 
by William Weinfeld, James E. Dugan and Alex 
L. Hart. © Apr. 22, 1944; A 182056; University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 4036 

[Blank (S. L.)] Beyad hagoral. © May 10, 1944; A. 
181864; Histadruth Ivrith of America, New York. 

4037 

*» 

Blau (Joseph Leon) Christian interpretation of the 

cabala in the Renaissance. © June 29, 1944; A 

181850; Columbia univ. press, New York. 4038 

Bloch (Henry Simon) Economics of military oc- 
cupation, by H. S. Bloch and Bert F. Hoselitz. 
© Aug. 1,1944; A 182168; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 4039 

Book of knowledge, the children's encyclopedia, 
v. 1-20. Editor-in-chief, E. V. McLoughlin. © 
Aug. 10, 1944; A 182350; Grolier soc, inc., New 
York. 4040 



Pt. I, n. s. c v. 41 



Boughton (Willis A.)* Cambridge, 
hills. © May 5, 1944; A 181958. 



Mass. 



Little 
4041 



Bowden (Fay Robert)* Lima, O. From the rhymes 
of a realist. © July 29, 1944; A 182115. 4042 

Bradbury (Bianca) Mother hen and her five baby 
chicks. © July 14, 1944; A 181861; Rand Mc- 
Nally & co., Chicago. 4043 

[Branscombe (Agnes)l* Los Angeles. Cornstalk 
grew, by Agnes O Neill [pseud.] © June 10, 
1944; A 181994. 4044 



Brewster (Eliot) All her men. © Aug. 1, 
182110; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; A 
4045 



Bright (Robert) Georgie. 1st ed. © Aug. 18, 1944; 
A 182318; Doubieday, Doran & co., inc., New 
York. 4046 

Brodie (W. Austin) Keeping your church informed. 
© July 14, 1944; A 181931; Fleming H. Revell 
co., New York. 4047 

Brophy (John)* London. 4048, 4049 

Target island. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1944; A ad int. 

28380; pubd. June 5. 
Target island. [1st ed.] © Aug. 2, 1944; A 

182129. 

Brown (Harry)* New York. Walk in the sun. [1st 
ed.] © June 26, 1944; A 181989. 4050 

Brown (James Barrett) Skin grafting of burns, by 
J. B. Brown and Frank McDowell. © July 27," 
1944; A 182269; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

4051 

[Brown (Zenith)] Girl with a golden bar, by Brenda 
Conrad [pseud.] © May 8, 1944, A 182135; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 4052 

Bruner (Jerome S.)* Princeton, N. J. Mandate 
from the people. © June 16, 1944; A 182066. 

4053 

Bryson (Lyman) ed. Approaches to world peace. 
Edited by L. Bryson, Louis Finkelstein [and] 
Robert M. Maciver. © June 20, 1944; A 182057; 
Conference on science, philosophy & religion in 
their relation to the democratic way of life, inc., 
New York. 4054 

Bullock (Benjamin F.) Practical farming for the 
South. © July 22, 1944; A 181843; University of 
North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 4055 

Burdick (Usher L.)* Williston, N. D. History of 
the farmers' political action in North Dakota. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; A 182280. 4056 

Burlin (Helen)* New York. In the midst of death. 
© June 23, 1944, A 181824. 4057 

Busch (Noel F.)* Milbrook, N. Y., New York. 

4058, 4059 
My unconsidered judgment. © July 11, 1944; A 

181951. 
What manner of man? [1st ed.] © Aug. 2, 
1944; A 182128. 



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4094 



[Bushnell (George D.)] Fundamentals of banking. 
© July 31, 1944; A 182002; Amer. institute of 
banking, Section Amer. bankers assn., New York. 

4060 

California. 4061-4065 

Deering's California codes. 1944. 

Government code of the state of California. 

© July 12; A 181841. 
Political code of the state of California. © 
July 12; A 181840. 
Deering's general laws of the state of California, 
v. 1-3. ©July 12, 1944; A 181837-181839. 
© Bancroft -Whitney co., San Francisco. 

Campbell (Alexander)* Johannesburg, S. A. Empire 
in Africa. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1944; A ad int. 28378; 
pubd. May 15. 4066 

Campbell (Dorcas)* New York. Careers for 
women in banking and finance. [1st ed.] © Aug. 
18, 1944; A 182339. 4067 

Campbell (Joseph) & Robinson (Henry Morton)* 
New York. Skeleton key to Finnegans wake. 
[1st ed.] © July 20, 1944; A 182188. 4068 

Campbell (Thomas H.) Studies in Cumberland 
Presbyterian history. © Mar. 31, 1944; A 
182215; Board of publication and Sunday school 
work of the Cumberland Presbyterian church, 
Nashville. 4069 

Cannon (William Ragsdale) Faith for these times. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; A 182074; University of Georgia 
press, Athens, Ga. 4070 

Cantwell (Thomas W.) ed. Banking law of the 
state of New York, constituting chapter 2 of The 
consolidated laws, chapter 369, Laws of 1914. 
Including all amendments to the close of the 
regular session of the 1944 Legislature. © Aug. 
15, 1944; A 182333; Williams press, inc., Albany. 

4071 

Carlin (Jerome) English on the job. [By] J. Carlin 
[and] Henry I.Christ. © July 19, 1944; A 181809; 
Globe book co., inc., New York. 4072 

Carnegie endowment for international peace. 
Division of international law . Conferencias 
internacionales americanas. Primer suplemento, 
1938-1942. © July 20, 1944; A 182245; Carnegie 
endowment for internatl. peace, Washington. 

4073 

Carneiro (Cecilio J.) The bonfire, by Cecilio 
Carneiro. Translated from the Portuguese, by 
Dudley Poore. © Aug. 10, 1944; A 182212; 
Farrar & Rinehart, inc., New York. 4074 

Carney (Thomas A.)* Dickinson, Tex. Primer of 
homiletics. © Nov. 1, 1943; A 182095. 4075 

Carr (D.) Now daddy's in the army, by D. Carr 
and I. J. Parrott. © Aug. 2, 1944; A 182148; 
William Morrow & co., inc., New York. 4076 

Cartledge (Samuel A.) Conservative introduction 
to the Old Testament. ©July 24, 1944; A 182075; 
University of Georgia press, Athens, Ga. 4077 



Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual . Rituale 
romanum. Ad normam codicis juris canonici 
accommodatum. Editiojuxta typicam vaticanam. 
© July 1, 1944; A 182308; Benziger bros., inc., 
New York. 4078 



Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual . Missal. 
Rimsko-Katolicky misal to jest omsova kniha. 
© July 20, 1944; A 181842; Slovak Franciscan 
fathers, Pittsburgh. 4079 

Chambers (W. Jerome)* Montgomery, Ala. Altzar, 
the pirate. © July 10, 1944; A 182022. 4080 

Chambliss (William C.)* Alexandria, Va. Boom- 
erang. [1st ed.] © July 20, 1944; A 181948. 

4081 

Chaplin (Ralph H.)* Tacoma. Somewhat barbaric. 
© Aug. 4, 1944; A 182305. 4082 

Chapman (Charles F.) Piloting, seamanship and 
small boat handling. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182082; 
Hearst magazines, inc., New York. 4083 

( 
Childs (Estelle McComas)* Richmond, Calif. 
Songs of sea and shore. Limited ed. © Dec. 
29, 1943; A 181913. 4084 



Churchill (Winston Spencer)* London. 4085, 4086 
Onwards to victory, war speeches by W. S. 
Churchill. Compiled by Charles Eade. © 1 
c. Aug. 23, 1944; A ad int. 28410; pubd. June 
29. 
Onwards to victory, war speeches by W. S. 
Churchill. Compiled by Charles Eade. [1st 
ed.] © July 13, 1944; A 182086. 

Clevenger (Jerry)* Kansas City, Mo. Charles 
Morgan, Christian rich man. © July 22, 1944; 
A 181893. 4087 



Cobb (Stanley) Foundations of neuropsychiatry. 
© July 27, 1944; A 181935; Williams & Wilkins 
co., Baltimore. 4088 



Coleman (Lonnie) Escape the thunder. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 11, 1944; A 182247; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 4089 



Colin (Galen C.) Maverick renegade. © Aug. l s 
1944; A 182111; Phoenix press, New York. 

4090 

Connecticut and Atlantic reporter digest, 1764 to 
date. v. 34, pts. 1, 2. ©June 26, 1944, A 182104; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 4091 

Costain (Thomas B.)* Bethayres, Pa. Ride with 
me. [lsted.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182316. 4092 

Crane (George Washington)* Chicago. Psychology 
applied. © May 15, 1944; A 182198. 4093 

Crawford (William Rex) Century of Latin-Ameri- 
can thought. © July 19, 1944; A 181890; Presi- 
dent and fellows of Harvard college, Cambridge, 
Mass. 4094 



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4095 



pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Crider (John H.)* Bethesda, Md. The bureaucrat. 
[1st ed.] © July 12, 1944; A 181904. 4095 

Croce (Benedetto) Germany and Europe, by B. 
Croce. Translated and with an introduction by 
Vincent Sheean. © July 27, 1944; A 182047; 
Random house, inc., New York. 4096 

Cross (E. A;) Heritage of American literature, by 
E. A. Cross, Grace A. Benscoter and William A. 
Meacham. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182031; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 4097 

Crow (Alice) Learning to live with others, by Alice 
and Lester D. Crow. © July 20, 1944; A 181952; 
D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 4098 

Cummings (Hubertis) Richard Peters, provincial 
secretary and cleric, 1704-1776. © July 21, 
1944; A 182003; University of Pennsylvania press, 
Philadelphia. 4099 

Cutright (Prudence) Living together at home and 
at school. [By] P. Cutright, W. W. Charters 
[and] Mae Knight Clark. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 
182027; Macmillan co., New York. 4100 

Cyclopedia of medicine, surgery and specialties. 
George Morris Piersol, editor-in-chief, Edward 
L. Bortz, assistant editor, v. 1-4. © Aug. 4, 
1944; A 182142; F. A. Davis co. , Philadelphia. 

4101 



Daniel 0- McTyeire)* Columbia, S. C. Excellent 
teachers, their qualities and qualifications. © 
June 15, 1944; A 182096. 4102 

David, brother. American Catholic convert authors. 
© July 1, 1944; A 182232; Walter Romig & co., 
Detroit. 4103 



Davidson (Charles T.)* South Covington, Va. W. 
M. Lowman, bishop of Virginia. [1st ed.] © 
July 27, 1944; A 182278; 4104 

Davidson (Henry Damon) Inching along. © Aug. 4, 
1944; A 182093; Natl, publication co., Nashville. 

4105 



Davies (George M.) Laying out for boiler makers 
and plate fabricators. ©July 18, 1944; A 181793; 
Simmons -Boardman pub. corp., New York. 

4106 

Davis (Lavinia R.)* Brookfield Center, Conn. 
Spinney and Spike and the B-29. © Aug. 7, 1944; 
A 182220. 4107 

Davis (M. Edward) DeLee's obstetrics for nurses, 
by M. E. Davis and Mabel C. Carmon. © July 
18, 1944; A 182083; W. B. Saunders co., Phila- 
delphia. 4108 

Davis (Malcolm Purdy)* Rochester, N. Y. Rela- 
tivity. © Aug. 12, 1944; A 182216. 4109 

DeAngeli (Marguerite)* Philadelphia. Yonie 
Wondernose. [1st _-d.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 
182319. 4110 



[De Carlo (Conchita C.)] Traveling secretary, by 
Nilsa Carol [pseud.] © July 10, 1944; A 182023; 
Edward K. Meador, Boston. 4111 

De la Roche (Mazo)* Ontario, Canada. Quebec, 
historic seaport. © July 21, 1944; A 182127. 

4112 



Delaware and Atlantic reporter digest, 1764 to 
date, v.34, pts. 1,2. ©June 26, 1944; A 182100; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 4113 

Derleth (August)* Sauk City, Wis. Mischief in the 
lane. © July 17, 1944; A 182015. 4114 

Derstine (Clayton F.)* Kitchener, Ont., Canada. 
Path to noble manhood. © June 29, 1944; A 
182206. 4115 

Dimow (Osip) Vos ich gedenk— memoirs, v. 1. © 
Aug. 25, 1944; A 182144; Central Yiddish culture 
organization (CYCO), New York. 4116 



Dodge (David)* San Francisco. Bullets for the 
bridegroom. ©Aug. 15, 1944; A 182282. 4117 

Dodge (Esther)* Washington. Bible's story of 
truth and the human dream. 1st ed. © Aug. 1, 
1944; A 182008. 4118 

Donaldson (J. K.) Surgical disorders of the chest. 
© July 28, 1944; A 182006; Lea & Febiger, 
Philadelphia. 4119 

Dos Passos (John)* Provincetown, Mass. State of 
the nation. © July 18, 1944; A 181965. 4120 

Driscoll (Joseph)* New York. Pacific victory, 
1945. [lsted.] ©Aug. 1, 1944; A 182324. 4121 

Du Bois (Theodora)* New Haven. Case of the 
perfumed mouse. [1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 
182311. 4122 



Dudley (Walter Lee)* Winchester, Va. Footprints 
on the sand of time. © Nov. 23, 1943; A 182J34. 

4123 

Duffield (Anne)* Aldbourne, Wiltshire, England. 
Out of the shadows. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1944; A ad 
int. 28399; pubd. June 29. 4124 



Dunlap (Leslie W.)* Madison, Wis. American 
historical societies, 1790-1860. ©Aug. 1, 1944; 
A 182118. 4125 



[East (Fred)] Meddling maverick, by Tom West 
[pseud. 1st ed.] ©Aug. 4, 1944; A 182187; E. P. 
Dutton & co., inc., New York. 4126 

Ehrenburg (Hya) Tempering of Russia, by I.Ehren- 
burg. Translated from the Russian, by Alex- 
ander Kaun. [1st ed.] © Aug. 14, 1944; A 
182346; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New»York. 4127 

Electronic engineering, v. 17, no. 198, Aug., 1944. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1944; A ad int. 28402, pubd. July 
29; Hulton press, ltd., London. 4128 



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4162 



Elfenbein (Israel)* Brooklyn. Teshuvoth rashi, 
by I. Elfenbein and notes by Louis Ginzberg. © 
Mar. 15. 1944; A 181920. 4129 



Ellenwood (Frank O.) Thermodynamic charts, by 
F. O. Ellenwood and Charles O. Mackey. ©Aug. 
1, 1944; A 182085; John Wiley & sons, inc., New 
York. 4130 

Elting (Mary) Battles— how they are won, by M. 

Elting and Robert T. Weaver. [1st ed.] © July 

14, 1944; A 181988; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 4131 

Emery (W. L.)* Washington. Ultra-high-frequency 
radio engineering. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182284. 

4132 

Encyclopaedia britannica, inc.,* Chicago. Bird's- 
eye view of the Encyclopaedia britannica. © 
July 27, 1944; A 182183. 4133 

Engstrom (Theodore W.) comp . Golden nuggets, 
v. 6. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 182210; Zondervan 
pub. house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 4134 

Fages (P. H.) Month of roses, by P. H. Fages. 
[Translated by Elsie Bornfleth] © Aug. 10, 1944; 
A 182262; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 4135 

Faris (Nabih Amin) ed. Arab heritage. © May 23, 
1944; A 182037; Princeton univ. press, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 4136 

Farjeon (Eleanor)* London. Cherrystones. [1st 
American ed.] © May 24, 1944; A 182012. 4137 

Farrelly (M. Natalena, sister) Thomas Francis 
Meehan, 1854-1942. © July 10, 1944; A 182290; 
U. S. Catholic historical soc, New York. 4138 

Fenstermaker (Gerald B.) Seneca Indians, home 
life and culture. © Apr. 1, 1944; A 181845; 
Conservation soc. of York County, inc., York, 
Pa. 4139 

Fenwick (E. P.) Murder in haste. © Aug. 10, 1944; 
A 182211; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., New York. 

4140 

Ferris (Helen) ed. Love's enchantment. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 18, 1944; A 182317; Doubleday, Doran & 
co., inc., New York. 4141 

Feuchtwanger (Lion)* Pacific Palisades, Calif. 
Simone, by L. Feuchtwanger. Translated by G. 
A. Hermann [pseud.] © July 24, 1944; A 182152. 

4142 

Fieser (Louis F.) Organic chemistry, by L. F. 
Fieser and Mary Fieser. © July 18, 1944; A 
181797; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 4143 

Fitt (Mary)* St. Mellons, Mon, England. Clues to 
Christabel. [1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182340. 

4144 

Flagg (Paluel J.) Art of anaesthesia. © July 13, 
1944; A 181798;J.B.Lippincottco., Philadelphia. 

4145 

616825 O - 44 - 2 



Flanders (Bertram Holland) Early Georgia maga- 
zines. © July 10, 1944; A 181865; University of 
Georgia press, Athens, Ga. 4146 



Fleischer (Max)* Detroit. Noah's shoes. © Aug. 
7, 1944; A 182236. 4147 



Flick (Ella Marie E.) Beloved crusader, Lawrence 
F, Flick, physician. © July 15, 1944; A 182176; 
Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 4148 

Fonnesbeck (Leon)* Logan, Utah. Logan city light 
plant. © July 1, 1944; A 181817. 4149 

[Forbes-Dennis (Phyllis)]* St. Ives, Cornwall, 

England. From the life, by Phyllis Bottome 

[pseud.] © 1 c. July 28, 1944; A ad int. 283' 7 0; 

pubd. June 16. 4150 

Foster (Robert) Geib) Marriage and family rela- 
tionships. © Aug. 8, 1944; A 182139; Macmillan 
co., New York. 4151 

Fox (William T. R.) The super -powers, the United 
States, Britain, and the Soviet Union, their 
responsibility for peace. [1st ed.] © July 20, 
1944; A 181949; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 4152 

[Frame (Mrs. Daniel)]* Bellingham, Wash. Shut 
the door behind you, by June Wetherell. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 8, 1944; A 182177. 4153 

Franklin (Philip) Methods of advanced calculus. 
1st ed. © July 17, 1944; A 181830; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 4154 

Frazier (Paul) When spring is past. © May 5, 
1944; A 182228; Hobson book press, Cynthiana, 
Ky. 4155 



Fredenthal (David) & Wilcox (Richard)* 
Of men and battle. © Aug. 15, 1944; 



New York. 

A 182241. 

4156 



Freeman (Ruth B.) Techniques of supervision in 
public health nursing. © July 19, 1944; A 182036; 
W. B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 4157 

Fricke (Charles W.)* West Los Angeles, Calif. 
California criminal law. © Aug. 11, 1944; A 
182263. 4158 



Friendly (Alfred)* Washington. Guys on the 
ground. [1st ed.] © July 20, 1944; A 182064. 

4159 

Fuge (Fred T.) Great illustrations. © May 22, 
1944; A 182205; Zondervan pub. house, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 4160 

Fuller (R. A.) Motor troubles and their correction. 
© June 16, 1944; A 181883; Business news pub. 
co., Detroit. 4161 

Funaroff (Sol) Exile from a future time. © Jan. 
31, 1944, A 182310; Dynamo, in trust for the 
estate of Sol Funaroff, New York. 4162 



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Fusco (Nicola)* New Kensington, Pa. 
Peter. © July 4, 1944; A 182274. 



Mount Saint 
4163 



Gabriel (Gilbert W.)* Brewster, N. Y. I got a 
country. [1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182315. 

4164 

Gallego (S. G.) John Smith, emperor. © May 15, 
1944; A 182299; Guild press, St. Paul. 4165 

Galloway (Clifford H.)* New York. Refranes 
espanoles. Spanish proverbs. [1st ed.] © July 
15, 1944; A 181922. 4166 

Gallup (George) Guide to public opinion polls. © 
June 28, 1944; A 182038; Princeton univ. press, 
Princeton, N. J. 4167 

Gann (Ernest K.)* Old Greenwich, Conn. Island in 
the sky. © July 17, 1944; A 181802. 4168 

Garth (David)* Westport, Conn. Bermuda calling. 
© July 21, 1942; A 181909. 4169 

Geckeler (Edwin O.) Plaster of paris technic. © 
Aug. 14, 1944; A 182296; Williams & Wilkins 
co., Baltimore. 4170 

Georgia. Court of appeals. Reports of cases decided 
at the September, 1943, and January, 1944, terms, 
v. 70. © July 29, 1944; A 182088; State of 
Georgia, Atlanta. 4171 

[Geraud (Andre)] Gravediggers of France, by Per- 
tinax [pseud. 1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 
182341; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 

4172 

[Gibbs (Henry)] Epitaph for Lemmings, by Simon 
Harvester [pseud.] © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1944; A ad 
int. 28383; pubd. Aug. 19, 1943; Macmillan co., 
New York. 4173 

Gill (Norman N.) Municipal research bureaus. © 
May 3, 1944; A 181963; Amer. council on public 
affairs, Washington. 4174 

Gillis (Everett A.)* Brownwood, Tex. Hello the 
house! © May 19, 1944; A 182286. 4175 

Glasstone (Samuel) Theoretical chemistry. © July 
25, 1944; A 182007; D. Van Nostrand CO., inc., 
New York. 4176 

Gogarty (Oliver St. John) Perennial. © Aug. 4, 
1944; A 182231; Mary Owings Miller, Baltimore. 

4177 



Golob (Eugene Owen) Meline tariff, French agri- 
culture and nationalist economic policy. © Aug. 
16, 1944; A 182358; Columbia univ. press, New 



York. 



4178 



Good housekeeping magazine, ed. Good housekeep- 
ing cook book. © Aug. 4, 1941; A 182178; Farrar 
& Rinehart, inc., New York. 



4179 



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Goodwyn (Frank)* Austin, Tex. Magic of limping 
John. © July 27, 1944; A 181945. 4180 I 



Gorman (John A.) Western horse. © July 15, 1944; 
A 181993; Interstate, Danville, 111. 4181 

Gray (George W.) La ciencia en la guerra. [Por] 
G. W. Gray. Traduccion del ingles, por Teodoro 
Ortiz Rodriguez. © July 18, 1944; A for. 48682; 
Editorial nuevo mundo, s. de r. 1., Mexico, D. 
F. 4182 



Greene (Ward) What they don't know. © July 17, 
1944; A 181807; Random house, inc., New York. 

4183 

Gregg (Josiah) Diary & letters of Josiah Gregg. 
Edited by Maurice Garland Fulton. © Aug. 14, 
1944; A 182244; University of Oklahoma press, 
Norman, OkL 4184 

Grey (Zane) Wilderness trek. [1st ed.] © June 14, 
1944; A 181950; Zane Grey, inc., Altadena, 
Calif. 4185 

Grossman (Vassili) No beautiful nights, by V. 
Grossman. Translated from the Russian, by 
Elizabeth Donnelly. This edition adapted by Leo 
Lerman. © June 6, 1944; A 182248; Julian 
Messner, inc., New York. 4186 

Hall (Amanda Benjamin)* New London, Conn. 
Unweave a rainbow. © Jan. 22, 1942; A 182355. 

4187 

Halleck (Reuben Post) 4188, 4189 

History of our country. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 

182154. 
Makers of our nation, by R. P. Halleck and Ju- 
liette Frantz. © July 31, 1944; A 181996. 
© Amer. book co., New York. 

Hammer (Louis)* Brooklyn. Word in season. © 
June 30, 1944; A 181992. 4190 

Handy (William C.)* New York. Unsung Americans 
sung. © July 29, 1944; A 182120. 4191 

Harding (Glen Fostner)* Ogden, Utah. Theory of 
accumulations. © Aug. 9, 1944; A 182292. 4192 



Hargrove (H. H.) At the Master's feet. 
1944; A 181818; Broadman press, 



9 June 26, 

Nashville. 

4193 



Hart (J ames D.) Oxford companion to American 
literature. © July 20, 1944; A 181883; Oxford 
univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 4194 

Hawkes (Clarence)* Hadley, Mass. Strange ad- 
ventures of Mr. Turtle. © June 23, 1944; A 
181826. 4195 

Hedden (Worth Tuttle)* New Rochelle, N. Y. Wives 
of High Pasture. [1st ed.] © July 21, 1944; A 
181985. 4196 

Heiner (Jessie Margarethe) Beckoning paths. © 
Aug. 9, 1944; A 182306; Wings press, Mill 
Valley, Calif. 4197 

Heinmuller (John V. P.) Man's fight to fly. © July 
31, 1944; A 182147; Funk & Wagnalls co., New 
York. 



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4235 



Heller (Frank) Twilight of the gladiators, by F. 
Heller. Translated from the Swedish, by Lle- 
wellyn Jones. © July 21, 1944; A 181906; G. P. 
Putnam's sons, New York. 4199 

Helmericks (Constance)* Seward, Alaska. We live 
in Alaska. [1st ed.] © Aug. 3, 1944; A 182078. 

4200 

Hildreth (Gertrude) Looking forward, by G. Hil- 
dreth, Allie Lou Felton, Alice Meighen [and] 
Marjorie PratL © July 17, 1944; A 181803, John 
C. Winston co., Philadelphia. 4201 

Hinkle (Thomas C.) Tomahawk, fighting horse of 
the old west. © Aug. 2, 1944; A 182150; Wil- 
liam Morrow & co., inc., New York. 4202 

Hodgson (Leonard) Doctrine of the Trinity. © June 
15, 1944; A 182016; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 4203 

Hoeilering (Franz)* New York. Furlough. © Aug. 
18, 1944; A 182349. 4204 

[Hofscher (Gertrude)] Cylla Pella's pals, by Jon 
Quil [pseud.] © July 27, 1944; A 182076; Chris- 
topher pub. house, Boston. 4205 



Hope (Bob)* Hollywood, Calif. 
© June 15, 1944; A 181910. 



I never left home. 
4206 



Hopper (Stanley Romaine) Crisis of faith. © Aug. 
11, 1944; A 182288; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

4207 

[Horton (Douglas)] My church. Complete ed. © 
June 16. 1944; A 182043; Pilgrim press, Boston. 

4208 

Hovde (B. J.) Scandinavian countries, 1720-1865. 
v. 1, 2. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182119; Chapman & 
Grimes, inc., Boston. 4209 

How to end the German menace, by five Hollanders. 
© July 14, 1944; A 182052; Querido, inc., New 
York. 4210 

Howell (A. Brazier) Speed in animals. © Aug. 1, 
1944; A 182170; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

4211 



Hughes (Dorothy B.)* Santa Fe, N. M. 
[1st ed.] © June 16, 1944; A 182061. 



Johnnie. 
4212 



Hunt (Alice Riggs)* Hawthorne, N. Y. Three hori- 
zons. © July 22, 1944; A 181869. 4213 

Hunt (Elizabeth Pinney) Maggie. © July 21, 1944; 
A 182249; Island workshop press, co-op, inc., 
New York. 4214 

Hunt (W. Ben)* Hales Corners, Wis. Ben Hunt's 
whittling book. © July 18, 1944; A 181846. 

4215 

Hurlburt (Mabel S.)* Far mington, Conn. Farmington 
town clerks and their times (1645-1940) © Dec. 
10, 1943; A 181871. 4216 



Hurst (Vica) Widows are dangerous. © Aug. 1, 
1944; A 182113; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 

4217 

Hyde (Nina Verhovskoy) & Hyde (Fillmore)* Green- 
wich, Conn. Russia then and always. © July 
10, 1944; A 182035. 4218 

Illinois. Appellate court. Reports of cases deter- 
mined, v. 321. © Aug. 2, 1944; A 182080; 
Callaghan & co., Chicago. 4219 

Illustrated London news. 4220-4223 

v. 204. 

No. 5487, June 17, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1944; 

A ad int. 28377; pubd. June 17. 
No. 5489, July 1, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28395; pubd. July 1. 
v. 205. 

No. 5490, July 8, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28396; pubd. July 8. 
No. 5492, July 22, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1944; 
A ad int. 28397; pubd. July 22. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Ingrim (E. A.)* Berkeley, Calif. California tax 
service. © July 20, 1944; A 181879. 4224 

Innes (William T.) Exotic aquarium fishes. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; A 182243; Innes pub. co., Phila- 
delphia. 4225 

Irvine (Helen Douglas)* London. Sweet is the rose. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1944; A ad int. 28367; pubd. June 
5. 4226 



Isely (Bliss) Four centuries in Kansas, by B. 
Isely and W. M. Richards. © June 20, 1944; A 
181820; McCormick-Mathers pub. co., Wichita. 

4227 

Jackh (Ernest)* Riverdale, N. Y. Rising crescent. 
© July 27, 1944; A 181947. 4228 

Jaeger (Edmund C.) Source-book of biological 
names and terms. [1st ed.] © July 20, 1944; A 
182165; Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, III. 

4229 

Jarrett (Guy)* New York. One thinking brain. © 
July 21, 1944; A 181944. 4230 

Jarvis (J. Antonio) Virgin Islands and their people. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; A 182175; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 4231 

Jillson (Willard Rouse)* Frankfort, Ky. Geology 
of Union County, Kentucky. [1st ed.] © Dec. 
16, 1943; A 181795. 4232 

Johnson (Virginia Baxter)* Pasadena. Do not deny 
me! © Mar. 27, 1944; A 182277. 4233 

Jones (Lloyd L.) Our business life. © July 20, 
1944, A 182159, Gregg pub. co., New York. 

4234 

Jones (Roy E.)* Storrs, Conn. Basic chicken guide 
for the small flock owner. © July 17, 1944; A 
181800. 4235 



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Josephs (Ray) Argentine diary. © July 13, 1944; 
A 181808; Random house, inc., New York. 

4236 

Karpman (Ben)* Washington. Case studies in the 
psychopathology of crime, v. 2. © June 12, 
1944; A 181983. 4237 

Keidel (George C.) Early Catonsville and the Caton 
family, by G. C. Keidel. [Compiled and edited 
by Louisa J. Keidel] © Aug. 2, 1944; A 182005, 
Louisa J. Keidel, Catonsville, Md. 4238 

Keith (Joseph Joel) * Los Angeles. Long nights. © 
June 3, 1944; A 182303. 4239 

Kelley (Robert F.)* Port Washington, N . Y„ Sports- 
man's anthology. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182242. 

4240 

Kennedy (Marian) Story of Cooky. © July 14, 1944; 
A 181859; Rand McNally & co., Chicago. 

4241 

Kennedy (William H. J.) Today and yesterday, by 
W. H. J. Kennedy, in association with Sister 
Leonita Mulhall and Sister Mary Joseph Dunn. 
© June 6, 1944; A 182026; Benziger bros., inc., 
New York. 4242 

Keough (Robert Clark) Democracy's world. © July 
10, 1944; A 182025; Edward K. Meador, Boston. 

4243 

Kingsley (Elizabeth S.) Double -crostics. © June 
9, 1944; A 181973; Saturday review associates, 
inc., New York. 4244 

Kipling (Rudyard) B. E. L.; verse. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1944; A ad int. 28398; pubd. Apr. 1; Elsie Barn- 
bridge, Arrington, Royston, Herts., England. 

4245 

Kohanski (Alexander S.) ed. American Jewish 
conference. © July 24, f§44; A 182079; Amer. 
Jewish conference, New York. 4246 



Krikorian (Yervant H.) ecL Naturalism and the 
human spirit. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182081; Co- 
lumbia univ. press, New York. 4247 

Kuhlmann (Edward) Proudly we hail. © July 15, 
1944; A 181877; Wartburg press, Columbus, O. 

4248 

Kupper (William H.) Medical state and national 
board summary. © July 1, 1944; A 182351; Colt 
press, Paterson. 4249 

La Farge (Christopher)* Saunderstown, R. I. East 
by southwest. © July 24, 1944; A 182033. 

4250 

Lamont (Andre)* Philadelphia. Nostradamus sees 
all. © May 15, 1944; A 182197. 4251 

Langenscheidt's pocket-dictionary of the English 
and German languages. Pt. 1. English German. 
Pt.2. German-English. Revised by Prof. Edmund 
Klatt. [1st American ed.] © July 15, 1944; A 
182143; Dover publications, New York. 4252 



Lanz (John E.) Lanz aviation dictionary in nine 
languages: English, French, Russian, Spanish, 
Italian, Chinese, Portuguese, German, Japanese. 
© July 12, 1944; A 181811; P„ D.& lone Perkins, 
South Pasadena, Calif. 4253 

Laughlin (Florence) Sally's lost shoe and other 
stories. © July 14, 1944; A 181858; Rand Mc- 
Nally & co., Chicago. 4254 



Lea (Fanny Heaslip)* New York. 
May 16, 1944; A 181902. 



Sailor's star. © 
4255 



Lea (Tom) Grizzly from the Coral Sea. © July 22, 
' 1944; A 182112; J. Carl Hertzog, El Paso. 

4256 

Leatherwood- (Lillian)* Fort Worth. Flowers in 
the rain. © Apr. 15, 1944; A 181959. 4257 

Leeming (Joseph)* New York. Fun with clay. [1st 
ed.] © Aug. 8, 1944; A 182325. 4258 

Leighton (Louise)* Ithaca, N. Y. Great carrying 
place. © June 23, 1944; A 181823. 4259 

Lenski (Lois)* Tarrington, Conn. Puritan adven- 
ture. [1st ed.] © July 18, 1944; A 182013. 

4260 

Lent (Henry B.) 4261, 4262 

Straight down. © July 25, 1944; A 181924. 
Straight up. © Aug. 8, 1944; A 182138. 
© Macmillan co., New York. 

Lewis (Warfield) ed. Fighting words. [1st ed.] © 
July 12, 1944; X181903; Armed forces service 
league, inc., Philadelphia. 4263 

Lewitt (Jan), Lewitt (Alina) & Him (Jerzy)* London. 
Five silly cats. Pictures by Lewitt -Him. Words 
by Alina Lewitt. © 1 c. May 9, 1944; A ad int. 
28388; pubd. Mar. 3. 4264 

Lex (Jessie Katherine)* Peoria, 111. Metabolism 
manual. © Sept. 30, 1943; A 181866. 4265 

Lillie (Frank R„) Woods Hole marine biological 
laboratory. © July 25, 1944; A 182124; Univer- 
sity of Chicago, Chicago. 4266 

LiUiput. v. 15, no. 2, Aug., 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 
1944; A ad int. 28404; pubd. July 21; Pocket 
publications, ltd., London. 4267 

Lindner (Robert M.) Rebel without a cause. © July 
5, 1944; A 181805; Grune & Stratton, inc., New 
York. 4268 



Lindsley (Ivy)* Washington. 
© July 3, 1944; A 181960. 



This is a promise. 



Lipchitz (Jacques) Drawings of Jacques Lipchitz. 
© July 1, 1944; A 181806; Curt Valentin, New 
York. 4270 

Livingstone (Richard) Plato and modern education. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1944; A ad int. 28381; pubd. June 
16; Macmillan co., New York. 4271 

Long (Manning)* New York. Bury the hatchet. 
[1st ed.] © May 19, 1944; A 182060. 4272 



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4307 



Long (William Henry) Ghost of Dunkerley. © June 
30, 1944; A 182173; Dorrance & CO., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 4273 

Lord (Daniel A.) Glorious Ten Commandments. 
© May 22, 1944; A 182131; Queen's work, inc., 
St. Louis. 4274 

Los Angeles, Calif. Department of building and 
safety. Los Angeles city building code and 
other ordinances. 1944 ed. Official ed. © June 
15, 1944; A 182167; R. C. Colling & associates, 
Los Angeles. 4275 

Loveridge (Arthur)* Cambridge, Mass. Many 
happy days I've squandered. [1st ed.] © June 
14, 1944, A 181874. 4276 

Lowell (Juliet)* Beverly Hills, Calif. Dear sir. 
© July 20, 1944; A 182059. 4277 

Luccock (Halford E.) In the minister's workshop. 
© June 30, 1944; A 181899; Whitmore & Stone, 
Nashville. 4278 

Luckiesh (Matthew) Light, vision and seeing. © 
Aug. 10, 1944; A 182275; D. Van Nostrand co., 
inc., New York. 4279 

Lumbleau (Walter J.)* Los Angeles. Real estater. 
1st ed. © July 15, 1944; A 182307. 4280 

MacAlpin (Miles)* Richmond, Calif. Book of the 
living. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 181957. 4281 

Macartney (Clarence Edward) Great interviews of 
Jesus. © July 28, 1944; A 182287; Whitmore & 
Stone, Nashville. 4282 

[McBurney (C. M.)]* Lakewood, O. The circus, 
by Clark Mills [pseud.] © Feb. 2, 1944; A 
182309. 4283 

McClelland (E. H.) comp. Enamel bibliography 
and abstracts, 1928 to 1939, inclusive, with sub- 
ject and coauthor indexes. © (Aug. 17, 1944; A 
182336; Amer. ceramic soc, inc., Columbus, O. 

4284 

McCoy (Samuel Duff)* New York. Nor death dis- 
may. © July 25, 1944; A 181895. 4285 

McCracken (Harold)* Douglaston, L. I., N. Y. Son 
of the walrus king. [1st ed.] © July 24, 1944; A 
182067. 4286 

McCue (James Westaway)* Silver Lake, Mass. Sea 
fever. © Apr. 20, 1944; A 182011. 4287 

McGirr (Newman F.) ed. Records of the Columbia 
historical society of Washington, D. C, 1942- 
1943. v. 44, 45. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 182157; 
Columbia historical soc, Washington. 4288 

[Mclntyre (John Thomas)]* Philadelphia. Death 
strikes at Heron House, by Kerry O'Neil. War 
ed. © June 29, 1944; A 182256. 4289 

MacMurray (Claire) Out on a limbo. [1st ed.] © 
July 12, 1944; A 181905; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 4290 



McShane (Edward James) Integration. © July 3, 
1944; A 182040; Princeton univ. press, Prince= 
ton, N. J. 4291 

Madden (John J.) Children of the rocks. © July 25, 
1944; A 181925; Burton pub. co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 4292 

Maine and Atlantic reporter digest, 1764 to date, 
v. 34, pts. 1, 2. © June 26, 1944; A 182099; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 4293 

Manly (Harold P.) Drake's refrigeration service 
manual. © Aug. 10, 1944; A 182237; Frederick 
J. Drake & co., Chicago. 4294 

Manning (Clarence A.)* Pleasantville, N. Y. 
Ukrainian literature. © June 1, 1944; A 182048. 

4295 

Mapa (Victorino) Darkest flower. © July 24, 1944; 
A 182276; Wagon & star publishers, West Los 
Angeles, Calif. 4296 

Marianoff (Dimitri) Einstein, by D. Marianoff with 
Palma Wayne. [1st ed.] © July 21, 1944; A 
181986; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 

4297 

Mario (Queena) Death drops Delilah. [1st ed.] © 
Aug. 1, 1944; A 182058; E P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 4298 

Marquis (Cleon) Black thorn blooms. © July 14, 
1944; A 182000; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

4299 

Marx (Alexander)* New York. Studies in Jewish 
history and booklore. © June 6, 1944; A 182094. 

4300 

Mason (Sara Elizabeth)* Gadsden, Ala. House 
that hate built. [1st ed.] © July 21, 1944; A 
181984. 4301 

Massie (Chris) Pity my simplicity. © 1 c. Aug. 
4, 1944; A ad int. 28375; pubd. June 16; Random 
house, inc., New York. 4302 

Mathias (Fred S.)* Nyack, N. Y. Amazing Bob 
Davis, [lsted.] © Aug. 16, 1944; A 182273. 

4303 

Maftingly (Charles) American air navigator. © 
Aug. 11, 1944; A 182235; Consolidated Vultee 
aircraft Corp., San Diego, Calif. 4304 

Meister (Morris) Wonderworld of science, by M. 
Meister, Ralph E. Keirstead [and] Lois M. 
Shoemaker. Book 8. © July 12, 1944; A 182020; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 4305 

Melbo (Irving Robert) Young neighbors in South 
America. [By] I. R. Melbo, Madeline Miedema 
and Stella May Carlson. © Aug. 4, 1944; A 
182180; Silver Burdett co., New York. 4306 

Metcatf (Clyde H.) ed. Marine corps reader. © 
July 21, 1944; A 181908; Marine corps assn., 
Washington. 4307 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 4 1 



Meyer (Jerome S.) Home book of party games. © 
July 3, 1944; A 181987; Blakiston co., New York. 

4308 

Michie (Allan A.)* Jackson Heights, N. Y. Keep 
the peace through air power. © July 27, 1944; 
A 182001. 4309 

Michigan academy of science, arts and letters. 
Papers, v. 29. Eugene S. McCartney [and] Henry 
van der Schalie, editors. © May 30, 1944; A 
182090; University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 

4310 

[Miller (Basil)] 4311, 4312 

Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, by Lind Swarthout 

[pseud.] © June 13, 1944; A 182204. 
Kens mercy flight to Australia. © June 22, 

1944; A 182207. 
© Zondervan pub. house, Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Miller (Francis Trevelyan) General Douglas 
MacArthur. © July 17, 1944; A 181804; Ann 
Woodward Miller, New York. 4313 

Miller (Minor C.)* Bridgewater, Va. Teaching 
the multitudes. © July 21, 1944; A 182140. 4314 

Miller (William H.) How to relax. © May 25, 1944; 
A 182123; A. S. Barnes & co,, inc., New York. 

4315 

Mink (O. J.) Meet the parachute, [v. 1] © Apr. 1, 
1944; A 182264; Reliance manufacturing co., 
Chicago. 4316 

[Moon (Edward Penderel)]* Aston Tirrold, Berks., 
England. Strangers in India, by F enderel Moon. 
© 1 c. July 29, 1944; A ad int. 28369; pubd. May 
19. 4317 

Moon (Glenn W.) Story of our land and people. © 
July 31, 1944; A 182202; Henry Holt & co., inc., 
New York. 4318 



Moore (Gerald)* London. Unashamed accompanist. 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1944; A ad int. 28010; pubd. Dec. 
1, 1943. 4319 



Moreland (John Richard)* Norfolk, Va. Bridle for 
a unicorn. © July 24, 1944; A 181961. 4320 

Moreland (Roy)* Lexington, Ky. Rationale of 
criminal negligence. © July 22, 1944; A 181898. 

4321 

Morris (John) Traveler from Tokyo. © July 13, 
1944; A 181937; Sheridan house, inc., New York. 

4322 



Morrison (A. Cressy) Man does not stand alone. 
© July 14, 1944; A 181932; Fleming H. Revell 
co., New York. 4323 

Morton (Mary)* Bismarck, N. D. Story hour at 
home © June 23, 1944; A 181825. 4324 



Mott (Francis John)* 
Crisis of opinion. 



Yarmouth, N. £ 
© Apr. 4, 1944; 



, Canada. 

A 181918. 

4325 



Moulton (Robert S.) comp. National fire codes for 
building construction and equipment, 1944. © 
June 15, 1944; A 182073; Natl, fire protection 
assn., Boston. 4326 

Murray (Sara Van Alen)* Jackson Heights, N. Y. 
Divine tragedy. © Aug. 7, 1943; A 181900. 

4327 

National broadcasting co.,* New York. NBC and 
you. © June 1, 1944; A 181854. 4328 

[Nelms (Henning)]* Washington. Rim of the pit, 
by Hake Talbot [pseud.] © July 14, 1944; A 
181819. 4329 

New home workshop encyclopedia. Charles McLen- 
don, editor-in-chief. © July 25, 1944; A 181941; 
Popular science pub. co., inc., New York. 4330 

New Jersey and Atlantic reporter digest, 1764 to 
date, v.34, pts. 1, 2. © June 26, 1944; A 182103; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 4331 

New wonder book of knowledge. © July 21, 1944; A 
181974; Will H. Johnston, Philadelphia. 4332 

New York ( State) Supreme court. Appellate di- 
vision. Reports of cases decided in the Appel- 
late division of the Supreme court of the state 
of New York. v. 26. © July 17, 1944; A 181942; 
Thomas J. Curran, secretary of state, state of 
New York, Albany. 4333 

New York. Museum of modern art,* New York. 

Art in progress. © June 21, 1944; A 181901. 

1 4334 



Newcomb (Norma) Angel in love. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
A 182114; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 4335 



Nichols (Gus) Nichols -Weaver debate, between G. 
Nichols and C. J. Weaver. © June 29, 1944; A 
181867; Gospel advocate co., Nashville. 4336 



Nichols (Phebej Jewell) Talking waters. © Aug. 1, 
1944; A 182106; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

4337 

Nonweiler (Arville) Murder on the pike. © Aug. 
1, 1944; A 182108; Phoenix press, New York. 

4338 



Nord (F. F.) Advances in enzymology and related 
subjects of biochemistry, edited by F. F. Nord 
[and] C. H. \Verkman. v. 4. © July 13, 1944; A 
181897; Interscience publishers, inc., New York. 

4339 



Norins (Martin R.)* LosAngeles. Gateway to Asia. 
Sinkiang. © July 20, 1944; A 181907. 4340 

North (Robert G.) General who rebuilt the Jesuits. 
© Aug. 3, 1944; A 182117; Bruce pub. co., Mil- 
waukee. 4341 



Norton (Alice Whitson) Here's how, what to write 
and where to sell it. © July 1, 1943; A 182192; 
Lookout pub. co., Chattanooga. 4342 



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Nute (Grace Lee) Lake Superior. [1st ed.] © July i 
31, 1944; A 182098; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 



4343 



Nuttall (Frank A.)* Darien, Conn. Basic manual 
on the art of selling metered mail. © July 25, 
1944; A 182010. 4344 

Nye (Nelson C.)* Tucson, Ariz. Wild Horse Shorty. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; A 182030. 4345 

Nye (Russel B.) George Bancroft, Brahmin rebel, 
[lsted.] © Aug. 14. 1944; A 182346; Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. 4346 

Odell (William R.) Gregg shorthand, direct -approach 
method, by W. R. Odell and Esta Ross Stuart. 
© July 12, 1944; A 182158; Gregg pub. Co., New 
York. 4347 

Olson (Everett C.) Foreign maps, by E. C. Olson 
and Agnes WMtmarsh. [1st ed.] © Aug. 2, 1944; 
A 182130; Harper & bros., New York. 4348 

Orton (Helen Fuller)* Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. 
Winding river, by H. F. Orton. [illustrated by 
Robert Ball] © July 24, 1944; A 182321. 4349 

Ott (Lester) Transport aircraft of the world. [1st 
ed.] © July 20, 1944; A 181821; Franklin Watts, 
inc., New York. 4350 

Overmyer (Grace)* New York. Famous American 
composers. © June 27, 1944; A 181914. 4351 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 147 P. 2d. © 
July 24, 1944; A 181976; .Vest pub. co., St. Paul. 

4352 

Palache (Charles) System of mineralogy of James 
Dwight Dana and Edward Salisbury Dana, Yale 
university, 1837-1892. 7th ed. Entirely re- 
written and greatly enlarged by C. Palache, 
Harry Berman and Clifford Frondel. v. 1. © 
July 31, 1944; A 182084; John Wiley & sons, inc., 
New York. 4353 



Palmer (William J.) Indices to probability. © July 
10, 1944; A 181975; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

4354 

Pease (Josephine Van Dolzen) Fun with letters from 
A to Z. © July 14, 1944; A 181860; Rand Mc- 
Nally & co., Chicago. 4355 



Pence (Raymond W.) Style book in English. [1st 
ed.] © July 6, 1944; A 181827; Odyssey press, 
inc., New York. 4356 



Pennell (Joseph Stanley)* Junction City, Kan. His- 
tory of Rome Hanks, and kindred matters. © 
July 17, 1944; A 182019. 4357 

Perelman (S. J.)* New York. Crazy like a fox. © 
June 5, 1944; A 181919. 4358 

Perry (Even. R.) & Grode (Carlton G.)* A. P. Q. 
no. 24, °7o Postmaster, San Francisco. We 
quote to you, by E. R. Perry and Tut Grode. © 
1 c. Mar. 28, 1944; A ad int. 28368; pubd. Feb. 
22.. 4359 



Peterka (A. E. R.) comp. Bolts, nuts \ screws. © 
June 2, 1944; A 182184; Lamson & Sessions co., 
Cleveland. 4360 

Phelps (Frances Brown)* New York. Let's get to 
know God. © Aug. 17, 1944; A 182352. 4361 

Picture post. v. 24. 4362=4366 

No. 2, July 8, 1944. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; A ad 

int. 28373; pubd. July 5. 
No. 3, July 15, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; A ad 

int. 18379; pubd. July 12. 
No. 4, July 22, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1944; A ad 

int. 28405; pubd. July 19. 
No. 5, July 29, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; A ad 

int. 28403; pubd. July 26. 
No. 6, Aug. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1944; A ad 

int. 28409; pubd. Aug. 2. 
© Hulton press, ltd,, London. 

Pitkin (Walter B.) On my own. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 
182221; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

4367 

Poe (Edgar Allan) Tales of Edgar Allan Poe, with 
an introduction by Hervey Allen and wood 
engravings by Fritz Eichenberg. ©Aug. 7, 1944; 
A 182116; Random house, inc., New York. 4368 

Poems from the desert. Verses by members of 
the Eighth army. With a foreword by General 
Sir Bernard Montgomery. © 1 c. July 29, 1944; 
A ad int. 28374; pubd. June 1; Harper & bros., 
New York. 4369 



Prall (Charles E.) Teacher education in service, 
by C. E. Prall and C. Leslie Cushman. © July 
5, 1944; A 181847; A mer. council on education, 
Washington. 4370 

Prange (Gordon W.) ed. Hitler's words. © May 
11, 1944; A 181964; Amer. council on public 
affairs, Washington. 4371 

Pratt (Fletcher)* New York. Navy's war. [lsted.] 
© June 14, 1944; A 181875. 4372 

Prentice (E. Parmalee)* New York. Worth con- 
sidering. © Aug. 9, 1944; A 182233. 4373 

Pullock (Katherine) Sky ride. © July 17, 1944; A 
182017; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

4374 



Punch, 
v. 206, 



4375-4381 



1944; 



8 a 1( 



No. 5390, May 22, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 

A ad int. 28384; pubd. May 22. 
No. 5391, May 24, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 

A ad int. 28385; pubd. May 24. 
No. 5393, June 7, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1944, 

A ad int. 28408; pubd. June 7. 
No. 5395, June 21, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1944; 

A ad int. 28306; pubd. June 21. 
No. 5396, June 28, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1944; 

A ad int. 28386; pubd. June 28. 
No. 5398, July 12, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 8 ; 1944; 

A ad int. 28387; pubd. July 12. 
v. 207, no. 5400, July 26, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 

1944; A ad int. 28407; pubd. July 26. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 



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n. s., v. 41 



Pyenson (Louis) Pest control in the home garden. 
© July 25, 1944; A 181894; Macmillan co., New 
York. 4382 

Quaife (Milo M.) Lake Michigan. [1st ed.] © July 
31, 1944; A 182097; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 4383 

Queen (Ellery) jr. Green turtle mystery. [1st ed.] 
© July 20, 1944; A 182014; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 4384 



Radius (Walter A.) United States shipping in trans- 
pacific trade, 1922-1938. © July 18, 1944; A 
181882; Board of trustees of the Leland Stanford 
junior univ., Stanford University, Calif. 4385 

Radovsky (H. William) Love thy neighbor. © Aug. 
4, 1944; A 182172; Dorrance & co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 4386 

Raff (Edson D.)* New York. We jumped to fight. 
© July 20, 1944; A 182063. 4387 

Ragsdale (Clyde Byron)* Goodfield Field, Tex. 
Shinnery, sand & sage. © Feb. 18, 1944; A 
181962. 4388 

Rathbone (Josephine Langworthy) Corrective 
physical education. © July 24, 1944; A 182189; 
W. B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 4389 

Read (D. H. C.) Prisoners' quest. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 
1944; A ad int. 28382; pubd. June 13; Macmillan 
co., New York. 4390 

Redhead (Alice Craig)* Cleveland. Last battalion. 
© May 27, 1944; A 181940. 4391 

Reeder (Edwin H.) Home geography. [By] E. H. 
Reeder [and] George T. Renner. © Aug. 2, 1944; 
A 182141; Amer. book co., New York. 4392 

Reznikoff (Charles) The lionhearted. © Aug. 2, 
1944, A 182049; Jewish publication soc. of 
America, Philadelphia. 4393 

Rhode Island and Atlantic reporter digest, 1764 to 
date. v. 34, pts. 1, 2. ©June 26, 1944; A 182102; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 4394 

Richardson (Nellie S.)* Boston. Once around the 
sun. © July 14, 1944; A 181999. 4395 

Rider (Fremont) Scholar and the future of the 
research library. © Aug. 8, 1944; A 182302; 
Hadham press, Middleton, Conn. 4396 

Rinehart (Mary RobeTts)* New York. Alibi for 
Isabel and other stories. © July 27, 1944; A 
182257. 4397 

Riseman (Joseph E. F.)* Boston. P-Q-R-S-T. © 
July 31, 1944; A 182155. 4398 

Roberts (Ned H.)* Goffstown,N. H. Muzzle -loading 
cap lock rifle. © July 1, 1944; A 182146. 4399 

Robertson (Willard)* Hollywood, Calif. Oasis. © 
Aug. 11, 1944; A 182322. 4400 



Rodgers (Andrew Denny) 3d. John Merle Coulter, 
missionary in science. © June 22, 1944; A 
182041; Princeton univ. press", Princeton, N. J. 

4401 



Rosenblatt (Henry)* Huntington Park, Calif. 

4402, 4403 
Adam's children. © July 25, 1944; A 182224. 
My lightsome journey. © July 25, 1944; A 182223. 

Roth (Herb) illus . Surprising adventures of Baron 
Munchausen, illustrated by H. Roth. [Foreword 
by Peter Beileuron] © May 10, 1944; A 182252; 
Peter Pauper press, Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 4404 

Ruggles (Eleanor) Gerard Manley Hopkins, [lsted.] 
© July 28, 1944; A 181966; W. W. Norton & co., 
inc., New York. 4405 

Rukeyser (Muriel)* New York. Beast in view. 
[1st ed.] © July 14, 1944; A 182069. 4406 

Runbeck (Margaret Lee)* Sharon, Mass. Time for 
each other. © June 20, 1944; A 181934. 4407 

Salerno (Dominick)* Garfield, N. J. They died for 
peace. © Apr. 25, 1944; A 182226. 4408 

Sandin (Adolph A.)* Seattle. Social and emotional 
adjustments of regularly promoted and non- 
promoted pupils. © July 31, 1944; A 182136. 

4409 

Sargent (Porter E.)* Boston. Handbook of private 
schools for American boys and girls. © Aug. 
8, 1944; A 182300. 4410 

Saunders (Hilary St. George)* London. Pioneers! 
O pioneers! © Jan. 21, 1944; A 182137. 4411 

Savery (Constance)* Trevalfry Reydon, Southwold, 
Suffolk, England. Good ship Red Lily. © Aug. 
16, 1944; A 182272. 4412 

Scheu-Riesz (Helene)* New York. Will you marry 
me? © May 3, 1944; A 181835. 4413 

Schindler (Gordon Wenczel)* Los Angeles. Dust 
bowl sailor. © July 10, 1944; A 182068. 4414 

Schwartz (Selwyn S.) Passages of refuge. © Sept. 
30, 1942; A 182156; Press of James A. Decker, 
Prairie City, 111. 4415 

Schwarzschild (Leopold) Primer of the coming 
world. [By] L. Schwarzschild. [Translated from 
the German, by Norbert Guterman. 1st ed.] © 
June 26, 1944; A 181990; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., 
New York. 4416 

Science in Soviet Russia. Papers presented at 
Congress of American-Soviet friendship, New 
York city, November 7, 1943. © July 15, 1944; 
A 182222; Jaques Cattell press, Lancaster, Pa. 

4417 

Sears (Francis Weston)* Cambridge, Mass. Prin- 
ciples of Physics I. 1944. © July 8, 1944; A 
182028. 4418 



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4456 



Seeger (Elizabeth) Pageant of Chinese history. © 
July 26, 1944; A 181938; Longmans, Green &co., 
New York. 4419 

Segal (Robert H.) Sabbath eve services and hymns. 
Compiled and edited by R. H.Segal and Sidney S. 
Guthman. © July 27, 1944; A 181939; Robert H. 
Segal, Brookline, Mass. 4420 

Senn (Milton J. E.)* Jackson Heights, N. Y. & Newiil 
(Phyllis Krafft)* New York. All about feeding 
children. [1st ed.] © July 14, 1944; A 181796. 

4421 

Shakespeare (William) New variorum edition of 
Shakespeare. The sonnets. Edited by Hyder 
Edward Rollins, v. 1, 2. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 
182326, 182327; Modern language assn.of Amer- 
ica, New York. 4422, 4423 

Shapiro (Karl)* New York. V- letter and other 
poems. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 182270. 4424 

Sharp (Margery)* London. Cluny Brown. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 21, 1944; A 182332. 4425 

Shea (Margaret)* Hollis, Me. Gals they left be- 
hind. © June 13, 1944; A 181943. 4426 

Sherman (Richard)* Beverly Hills, Calif., O. S. S„ 

Detachment, A. P. O. no. 887, c/o Postmaster, 

. New York. 4427, 4428 

Unready heart. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1944; A ad int. 

28400; pubd. May 5. 
Unready heart. [1st ed.] © Aug. 2, 1944; A 
182353. 

Sherrod (Robert)* New York. Tarawa, the story 
of a battle. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 182062. 4429 

Sidgwick' (J. B.)* Weymouth, Dorset, England. 
Direction finding by the stars. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 
1944; A ad int. 28389; pubd. June 16. 4430 

Siegele (H. H.) Carpentry, craft problems. © Aug. 
10, 1944; A 182357; Frederick J. Drake & co., 
Chicago. 4431 

Siller (Van) Under a cloud. [1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 
1944; A 182312; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., 
New York. 4432 

Sitwell (Edith)* Renishaw, Nr. Sheffield, York- 
shire, England. Planet and glow-worm. © 1 c. 
July 28, 1944; A ad int. 28371; pubd. Mar. 31. 

4433 

Sitwell (Osbert)* Renishaw, Nr. Sheffield, York- 
shire, England. Sing high! Sing low! © 1 c.July 
28, 1944; A ad int. 28372; pubd. May 12. 4434 

Sketch. 4435, 4436 

v. 200, no. 2603, June 28, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 

1944; A ad int. 28391; pubd. June 28. 
v. 201, no. 2605, July 26, 1944. © 1. c. Aug. 23, 

1944; A ad int. 28412; pubd. July 26. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Skidmore (Hobart Douglas)* Elmira, N. Y. Valley 
of the sky. © Aug. 10, 1944; A 182342. 4437 

Sloan (Raymond P.) Hospital color and decoration. 
© July 20, 1944; A 182029; Physicians' record 
co., Chicago. 4438 



Slobodkin (Louis S.) Magic Michael. © Aug. 15, 
1944; A 182285; Macmillan co., New York. 4439 

Smith (Ed Sinclair)* Teaneck, N. J. Automatic 
control engineering. © June 27, 1944; A 182329. 

4440 



Smith (Heber) Uncross your fingers. © May 11, 
1944; A 182229; Hobson book press, Cynthiana, 
Ky. 4441 

Smith (Mary Elizabeth) This I offer. © July 14, 
1944; A 181997; Bruce HumDhries, inc., Boston. 

4442 

Smith (Philip E.) Bailey's text-book of histology, 
revised by P. E. Smith and Wilfred M. Copen- 
haver, with the assistance of Aura E. Sever - 
inghaus [and] Charles M. Goss. ©July 11, 1944; 
A 182193; Williams & Wilkins co., Baltimore. 

4443 

Snow (Dorothea J.) No-good, the dancing donkey. 
© July 14, 1944; A 181856; Rand McNally & co., 
Chicago. 4444 



South eastern reporter. Second series, v. 29 S. E. 
2d. © July 21, 1944; A 181977; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 4445 



South western reporter (2d ser.) Texas decisions 
reported in South western reporter. Second 
series. 177 S. W. 2d-178 S. W. 2d. © July 19, 
1944; A 181978; West pub. co., St. Paul. 4446 

Sphere. 4447-4451 

v. 177, no. 2317, June 17, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 

1944; A ad int. 28376; pubd. June 17. 
v. 178. 

No. 2319, July 1, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28392; pubd. July 1. 
No. 2320, July 8, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28393; pubd. July 8. 
No. 2322, July 22, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 

1944; A ad int. 28394; pubd. July 22. 
No. 2323, July 29, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1944; A ad int. 28413; pubd. July 29. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Stott (Roscoe Gilmore) Dear shut-in. © Apr. 22, 
1944; A 182227; Hobson book press, Cynthiana, 
Ky. 4452 

Strichartz (M. H.) ed. Marine radio manual. © Aug. 
10, 1944; A 182279; Cornell maritime press, 
New York. 4453 

Stringer (Arthur)* Mountain Lakes, N. J. De- 
vastator. [1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182338. 

4454 

Strong (Earl P.) Organization, administration and 
supervision of business education. © July 12, 
1944; A 182153; Gregg pub. co., New York. 4455 

Sumner (James B.) Laboratory experiments in 
biological chemistry, by J. B. Sumner and G. 
Fred Somers. © May 26, 1944; A 181844; Aca- 
demic press, inc., New York. 4456 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Swallow (Alan) ed. American writing, 1943. © July 
14, 1944; A 181998; Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston. 4457 

Sweet (William Warren) Revivalism in America. 
© July 17, 1944; A 182018; Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 4458 

Swichkow (Louis J.) Invocations. © Nov. 15, 1943; 
A 182191; Goodman bros. book store, Chicago. 

4459 

Taft (Jessie) ecL Functional approach to family 
case work. © July 28, 1944; A 182004; Penn- 
sylvania school of social work, Philadelphia. 

4460 

Talbot-Booth (E. C.) What ship is that? © July 
31, 1944; A 182181; Didier pub. co., New York. 

4461 

Tatham (Campbell) First flying book. © July 20, 
1944; A 181873; Franklin Watts, inc., New York. 

4462 



Tatler and Bystander. 4463, 4464 

v. 172, no. 2244, June 28, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 

1944; A ad int. 28390; pubd. June 28. 
v. 173, no. 2248, July 26, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1944; A ad int. 28411; pubd. July 26. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York'. 

Taylor (Charles Forbes) Why be good? © July 14, 
1944; A 181933; Fleming H. Revell co., New 
York. 4465 

Templeton (Frederic E.) X-ray examination of the 
stomach. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 182171; University 
of Chicago, Chicago. 4466 

Tennessee. Court of appeals. Reports of cases 
argued and determined, v. 26. © July 10, 1944; 
A 182190; Central states book co., Columbia, Mo. 

4467 



Thayer (Wade Warren)* Honolulu, 
tales. © July 15, 1944; A 182071. 



Trade wind 
4468 



Thompson (M. Agnes) Hay in my hair. © Apr. 24, 
1944; A 182294; Mathis, Van Nort & co., Dallas. 

4469 

Thorp (Willard) ed. American issues, v. 1. The 
social record. Edited by W. Thorp, Merle Curti 
and Carlos Baker. © June 10, 1944; A 181799; 
J. B Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 4470 

TiUotson (Lee S.) Articles of war annotated. © 
May 25, 1944; A 182259; Military service pub. 
co., Harrisburg, Pa. 4471 

Toichiro (Naito) Wall-paintings of HSryuji. Trans- 
lated and edited by William Reynolds Beal Acker 
and Benjamin Rowland, jr. © July 27, 1944; A 
182070; Amer. council of learned societies, 
Washington. 4472 

Tone (Frank Jerome)* Niagara Falls, N. Y. History 
of the Tone family. © July 13, 1944; A 182291. 

4473 

Toynbee (Philip)* London. The barricades. [1st 
ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182313. 4474 



Uhse (Bodo) Lieutenant Bertram. [By] B. Uhse. 
Translated from the German, by Catherine 
Hutter. © July 13, 1944; A 181972; Simon & 
Schuster, inc., New York. 4475 

U.S. Office of price administration . Opinions and 
decisions, [v.] 1. Opinions of the price ad- 
ministration and decisions of the federal and 
state courts on price control, rent control, 
rationing. © July 19, 1944; A 181891; Richard 
Reiner & Howard J. Henderson, Rochester, N. Y. 

4476 

United States Supreme court digest, 1754 to date, 
v. 1. © July 21, 1944; A 181980; West pub. CO., 
St, Paul. 4477 

Vanderkloot (W. J.) Handbook of air navigation. 
1st ed. © July 10, 1944; A 182330; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 4478 

Van Deusen (John G.) Black man in white America. 
© Feb. 23, 1944; A 182265; Associated pub- 
lishers, Inc., Washington. 4479 

Van de Water (Frederic F.)* Brattleboro, Vt. Mrs. 
Applegate's affair. © May 19, 1944, A 182065. 

4480 

Venning (Michael) Jethro Hammer. © July 24, 
1944; A 182034; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 

4481 

Virginia. Supplement to the Virginia code of 1942. 
1944. © July 19, 1944; A 181801; Michie co., 
Charlottesville, Va. 4482 

Vos (B. J.) Concise German grammar, by B.J. Vos, 
with readings, exercises and supplementary 
exercises, by Hedwig G. Leser. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
A 182201; Henry Holt & co., Inc., New York. 

4483 

Wade (Gladys I.) Thomas Traherne. © June 21, 
1944; A 182039; Princeton unlv. press, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 4484 

Wadsworth (Wallace C.) Old woman and her pig. 
© July 14, 1944; A 181857; Rand McNally & CO., 
Chicago. 4485 

Wagner (Henry R.) Rise of Fernando Cortes. © 
Aug. 4, 1944; A 182234; Cortes soc, Berkeley, 
Calif. 4486 



Wahl (Arthur Munzenmaier) Mechanical springs. 
1st ed. © July 1, 1944; A 181856; Penton pub. 
co., Cleveland. 4487 

Waldman (Louis)* Brooklyn. Labor lawyer. [1st 
ed.] © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182266. 4488 

Walker (Anne Kendrick)* Eufaula, Ala. Tuskegee 
and the Black belt. © July 16, 1944; A 181912. 

4489 

Walling (R. A. J.)* Ermlngton, S. Devon, England. 
Corpse without a clue. © Aug. 2, 1944, A 182151. 

4490 

Wallis (Ruth Sawtell)* Minneapolis. No bones about 
it. © July 18, 1944; A 181851. 4491 



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4526 



[Walsh (Pearl Sydenstricker Buck)]* Perkasie, Pa. 
Story of dragon seed. [By] Pearl S. Buck. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; A 182125. 4492 

Watkins (Sylvestre C.) ed. Anthology of American 
negro literature. EcuTed by S. C. Watkins, with 
an introduction by John T. Frederick. © July 1, 
1944; A 182121; Random house, inc., New York. 

4493 

Webster (Button)* Menlo Park, Calif. Modern 
European civilization. © Aug. 8, 1944; A 182179. 

4494 

Wechsler (James A.)* Washington. Labor baron, 
a portrait of J hn L. Lewis. © Aug. 2, 1944; A 
182149. 4495 

Wehr (Julian) illus. Hansel and Gretel. © Aug. 1, 
1944; A 182050; Grosset & Dunlap, New York. 

4496 

Weill (Blanche C.)* New York. Through children's 
eyes. © May 8, 1944; A 182230. 4497 

Weiskopf (F. C.)* New York. Firing squad, by F. 
C. Weiskopf. Translated from the German, by 
James A. Galston. [1st ed.] © June 26, 1944; A 
181991. 4498 

Welles (Sumner)* Oxon Hill, Md. Time for de- 
cision. [1st ed.] © July 19, 1944; A 181829. 

4499 

Wentworth (Harold) American dialect dictionary. 
© June 27, 1944; A 182087; Thomas Y. Crowell 
co., New York. 4500 

Whelton (Paul)* Boston. Death and the devil. [1st 
ed,] © July 31, 1944; A 182323. 4501 

Whitaker (Arthur F .) ed. Inter -American affairs. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 182298; Columbia univ. 
press, New York. 4502 

White (Julius Gilbert)* Madison College, Tenn. 
Abundant health. © June 20, 1944; A 182301. 

4503 

White (Samuel Alexander) Northwest crossing. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; A 182109; Phoenix press, New 
York. 4504 

Whitmore (Irol) Shorthand transcription studies, 
by I. Whitmore and S. J. Wanous. © May 26, 
1944; A 182185; South-western pub. co., Cincin- 
nati. 4505 

Wiesner (Bedrich)* Tel-Avia, Palestine. Unpaid 
labour or controlled dynamics? By Beda 
Wiesner. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1942; A ad int. 28401; 
pubd. Oct. 7, 1941. 4506 

William (Peter) Affair at Abu Mina. © Aug. 14, 
1944; A 182347; Macrae-Smith co., Philadelphia. 

4507 

Williams (J. R.) Bull of the woods. © July 17, 1944; 
A 182021; Nea service, inc., New York. 4508 



Williams (John H.) Postwar monetary plans and 
other essays. [1st ed.] © Aug. 14, 1944; A 
182343; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 4509 

Williams (Johnny) Drum beats and heart beats. © 
July 10, 1944; A 182024; Edward K. Meador, 
Boston. 4510 

Williams (Oscar)* New York. New poems, 1944. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 182240. 4511 

Williams (Wright) Bar-fly wives. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
A 182112; Phoenix press, New York. 4512 

Williamson (Paul Broadwell)* San Francisco. El 
camino real. © Mar. 1, 1944; A 182077. 4513 

Willkie (WendeU L.) One world. The photographic 
• Ibum ed. © July 31, 1944; A 182225; Limited 
editions club, inc., New York. 4514 

Wilson (P. W.)* New York. Bride's castle. [War 
ed.] © July 27, 1944; A 181946. 4515 

Wither spoon (Anna) Let's see South America. © 
July 24, 1944; A 182166; Southern pub. co., 
Dallas. 4516 

Wolff (Jack L.)* Washington. Production confer- 
ence. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182267. 4517 

Wood (Frank Leighton)* Washington. What you 
should know about tobacco. © Apr. 18, 1944; A 
182251. 4518 

Woodson (Carter Godwin) Story of the negro retold. 
© Dec. 2, 1942; A 182238; Associated publishers, 
inc., Washington. 4519 

Woollcott (Alexander) Letters of Alexander Wooll- 
cott. © July 21, 1944; A 181953; Viking press, 
inc., New York. 4520 

Wren (Percival Christopher) Rough shooting. © 
Aug. 14, 1944; A 182348; Isabel Wren, London. 

4521 

Wright (Helen R.) ed. Social service in wartime. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; A182169; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 4522 

Young (Chic) Blondie, by C. Young. Foreword by 
Joseph V. Connolly. © July 10, 1944; A 181911; 
King features syndicate, inc., Philadelphia. 

4523 

Young (Kimball) Social psychology. © July 19, 
1944; A 182289; F„ S. Crofts & co., inc., New 
York. 4524 

Young (Stanley P.) Wolves of North America. Pt. 
1. By S. P. Young. Pt. 2. By Edward A. Gold- 
man. © May 26, 1944; A 181884; Amer. wild- 
life institute, Washington. 4525 

Zweng (Charles A.)* Studio City, Calif. Zweng 
aviation dictionary. © July 15, 1944; A 182199. 

4526 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications --———— ._=_=_ — _-_-_„____ „ ____- 4,075 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages — - — — - — - — -=__=_-=.»--—_-_-- — 14 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions of law of Mar. 4, 1909 ■=—---- 437 

Total— ——— — — — — — — — ———___———____-_—._-—_- 4^526 



159 



LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[4526 



Aikens (Charlotte Albina) Clinical studies for 
nurses. 3d ed. © C. A. Aikens, Detroit. R 
128503, May 23, 1944. 1 

Alexander (Georgia) Child classics, the sixth 
reader, by Georgia Alexander and Grace Alex- 
ander. © Grace Alexander, Indianapolis. R 
128272, May 19, 1944. 2 

Alexander (Hartley Burr) North American [my- 
thology] © Macmillan co., New York. R 126569, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 3 

American digest annotated, key-number series, v. 
23, April 1-August 31, 1916. Prepared and ed- 
ited by the editorial staff of the American digest 
system. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 127051, 
Apr. 7, 1944. 4 

Anderson (Sherwood) Windy McPher son's son. © 
Eleanor Copenhaver Anderson, New York. R 
125570, Feb. 26, 1944. 5 

Atlantic reporter, with key-number annotations, v. 
98, 99. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., St. 
Paul. R 127029, 130200, Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 

6, 7 

Bacheller (Irving) Light in the clearing. © I. 
Bacheller, New York. R 128269, May 19, 1944. 

8 

Bailey (Albert Edward) Gospel in art. © A. E. 
Bailey, Worcester. R 126904, Apr. 6, 1944. 9 

Bang (Gustav) Crises in European history, by 
G. Bang, Translated from the Danish by Arnold 
Petersen. © Arnold Petersen, New York. R 
130355, July 24, 1944. 10 



Bartlett (Robert Abram) Last voyage of the Karluk, 
flagship of Vilhjalmar Stefansson's Canadian 
Arctic expedition of 1913-16, as related by her 
master, R. A. Bartlett, and here set down by 
Ralph T. Hale. © R. A. Bartlett, New York & 
RalptrT. Hale, Winchester, Mass. R 127724, 
May 11, 1944. 11 

Bennett (Arnold) Lion's share. © Marie Margue- 
rite Bennett, Chateau de Montauban, pres Negre- 
pelisse, Tarn -et -Garonne, France. R 127270, 
Mar. 15, 1944. 12 

Benson (Oscar Herman) Agriculture and the farm- 
ing business, by O. H. Benson and George Her- 
bert Betts. © O. H. Benson, vVinterhaven, Fla. 
& Anna F. Betts, Lake Forest, 111. R 128997, 
May 19, 1944. 13 



Beresford (John Davys) 

House mates. R 128357, May 18, 1944. 
The Wonder, R 128356, May 18, 1944. 
© J. D. Beresford, London. 



14, 15 



Betts (George Herbert) Classroom method and 
management. © Anna F. Betts, Lake Forest, 
111. R 128999, May 19, 1944. 16 

Bigelow (Harry Augustus) Cases on the law of pro- 
perty, v. 1. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 130211, 
July 10, 1944. 17 

Bolduan (Charles Frederick) Applied bacteriology 
for nurses, by C. F. Bolduan and Marie Grund. 
2d ed., thoroughly rev. © C.F. Bolduan, North- 
port, L. I., N. Y. & Marie Grund, New York. R 
128506, May 23, 1944. 18 

Breasted (James Henry) Ancient times, a history 
of the early world. © Charles Breasted, Locust 
Valley, L. I., N. Y. R129234, June 16, 1944. 19 

Browne (Porter Emerson) Someone and somebody. 
(In McClure's, v. 48, nos. 2-6, Dec, 1916-Apr., 
1917) © Suzanne Browne Kuneau, Mexico, D. F. 
& Prudence Browne Ketting, Chicago. R 129303- 
129307, June 14, 1944. 20-24 

Bunner (Henry Cuyler) Stories of H. C. Bunner. 
First series. © Alice L. Bunner, New London, 
Conn. R 127312, Apr. 26, 1944. 25 

Cabot (Richard Clarke) Layman's handbook of 
medicine, with special reference to social work- 
ers. © Marcus Morton, jr., P. Sidney de Q. 
Cabot & Cecil H. Smith, Cambridge, Mass. R 
128279, June 2, 1944. 26 

Carlson (Anton Julius) Control of hunger in health 
and disease. © A. J. Carlson, Chicago. R 
127575, Apr. 21, 1944. 27 



[Chase (Ella Adeline Busch)] 28,29 

Are you getting satisfactory results from your 
study hours? By Ella Adeline Busch. R 
129509, June 29, 1944. 
General directions for study, by Ella Adeline 
Busch. R 129508, June 29, 1944. 
. © E. A. B. Chase, Chicago. 

Christian science pub. soc. 30, 31 

Awake thou that sleepest. R 130295, July 14, 1944. 
Gebed en vertrouwen. [Dutch, English] R 

129930, July 10, 1944. 
© Christian science pub. soc., Boston. 

Cicero (Marcus Tullius) Selected letters of Cicero, 
ed. by Hubert McNeill Poteat. © H. M. Poteat, 
Wake Forest, N. C. R 128067, May 13, 1944. 32 

Clark (Albert W.) Graded writing textbooks. Book 
5. © A. W. Clark, Melrose, Mass. R 129915, 
July 12, 1944. 33 

Claudy (Carl Harry) Pirates by force. © C. H. 
Claudy, Washington. R 128270, May 19, 1944. 

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Corpus juris. 1917 annotations to Corpus juris. 
1-9 C. J. Contains annotations from all cases 
decided since the original treatises were written; 
also errata corrected, new principles announced, 
etc. Ed. by De Witt C. Blashfield, under the 
supervision of William Mack, editor-in-chief. 
© Amer. law book co., Brooklyn. R 127034, 
Apr. 7, 1944. 35 

Corpus juris, being a complete and systematic 
statement of the whole body of the law as em- 
bodied in and developed by all reported decisions. 
Edited by William Mack and William Benjamin 
Hale. v. 10, 11. © Amer. law book co., Brook- 
lyn. R 130183, 130208, July 10, 1944. 36, 37 

Costigan (George Purceil) Cases and other au- 
thorities on legal ethics. © West pub. co., St. 
Paul. R 130185, July 10, 1944. 38 

Coulson (Elizabeth) Guide for beginners in piano 
playing, by E. Coulson and Grace H. Spofford. 
© E. Coulson, Orange, N. J. & Grace Spofford, 
New York. R 124258, Jan. 14, 1944. 39 

Crump (Irving) Boys' book of firemen. © 1 Crump, 
Oradell, N. J. R 126847, Mar. 22, 1944. 40 

Culler (Harrison Lewis) Poems of mother and 
mother love. © Raymond J. Culler, Lakeland, 
Fla. R 128846, June 2, 1944. 41 

Cyclopedia of law and procedure. 1917 eye anno- 
tations to Cyclopedia of law and procedure. 
1-40 eye. Edited by DeWitt C. Blashfield, under 
the supervision of William Mack. © Amer. law 
book co., Brooklyn. R 127035, Apr. 7, 1944. 42 

Davis (Gwilym George) Applied anatomy. 4th ed. 
© Herman H. Davis, Newton, Pa. R 127867, May 
18, 1944. 43 

Defoe (Daniel) Life and strange surprising ad- 
ventures of Robinson Crusoe, by Daniel Defoe. 
Edited, with an introduction and notes, by W. P. 
Trent. © W. P. Trent, jr., New York. R 129243, 
June 16, 1944. 44 

Derieux (Samuel) Destiny of Dan VI. © Mary 
Derieux, New York. R 129049, June 9, 1944. 45 

Digest of the decisions of the courts of Missouri to 
April, 1916. Edited by the editorial staff of the 
American digest system, v. 16, 17. © West 
pub. co., St. Paul. R 127026, 127027, Apr. 7, 
1944. 46, 47 

Dixon (Roland Burrage) Oceanic [mythology] © 
Macmillan co., New York. R 126571, Mar. 9, 
1944. 48 

Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) British campaign in 
France and Flanders, chaps. 1 cont'd., 2, 2cont'd., 
3, 4, 4 cont'd., 6, 6 cont'd., 7-11. (In The Strand 
magazine, v. 51, nos. 305, 306, v. 52, nos. 307- 
314, May, 1916-Feb., 1917) © Mary Conan 
Doyle, Richmond, Surrey, England, Lena Conan 
Doyle, Denis Percy Stewart Conan Doyle & Mal- 
colm Adrian Doyle, Crowborough, Sussex, Eng- 
land. R 128227-128236, Feb. 3, May 16, 1944. 

49=58 



Dubnov (Semen Markovich) History of the Jews in 
Russia and Poland, from the earliest times until 
the present day, by S. M. Dubnow. Translated 
from the Russian by I. Friedlaender. v. 1. © 
Jewish publ. soc. of America. Philadelphia. R 
130236, July 12, 1944. 59 

Fabre (Jean Henri Casimir) Life of the caterpillar, 
by J. H. Fabre. Translated by Alexander 
Teixeira de Mattos. ©William Russell Geoffrey, 
Cornhill, England. R 126855, Mar. 22, 1944. 

60 



Fassett (James H.) Beacon introductory second 
reader. Animal folk tales. © Isabella D. 
Fassett, Orlando, Fla. R 129238, June 16, 1944. 

61 

Federal reporter, with key-number annotations. 
Permanent ed. v. 236-239. © West pub. co., St. 
Paul. R 127028, 127041, 130192, 130198, 130210, 
Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 62=66 

Ferber (Edna) Fanny herself. (In American mag- 
azine, v. 83, nos. 4-6, v. 84, no. 1, Apr. -July, 
1917) © E. Ferber, Easton, Conn. R 128858- * 
128861, June 1, 1944. 67-70 

Fluno (Francis J.) Christian science: eene ver- 
standige en rationeele beschouwing van alle 
dingen. [Parallel versions in English and 
Dutch] © Christian science pub. soc, Boston. 
R 129931, July 10, 1944. 71 

Forbes (Edith Emerson) comp. Favourites of a 
nursery of seventy years ago and some others of 
later date. © W. Cameron Forbes, Boston. R 
129051, June 9, 1944. 72 

Fox (William Sherwood) Greek and Roman [my- 
thology] © Macmillan co., New York. R 126570, 
Mar. 9, 1944. 73 

Freud (Sigmund) 74, 75 

Leonardo da Vinci, by Professor Dr. S. Freud. 

Translated by A. A. Brill. R 126853, Mar. 22, 

1944. 
Wit and its relation to the unconscious, by Pro- . 

fessor Dr. S. Freud. Authorized English ed. 

With introduction by A. A. Brill. R 126854, 

Mar. 22, 1944. 
© A. A. Brill, New York. 

Gates (Josephine Scribner) Story of the mince pie. 
© J. S. Gates, Toledo. R 126848, Mar. 22, 1944. 

76 

Georgia. Court of appeals. 77, 78 

Reports of cases decided at the March and Oc- 
tober terms, 1915, and March term, 1916. v. 
17. R 126578, Mar. 25, 1944. 
Reports of cases decided at the March and Oc- 
tober terms, 1916. v. 18. R 126580, Mar. 25, 
1944. 
© State of Georgia, Atlanta. 

— Supreme court. Reports of cases decided at 
the March term, 1916. v. 145. © State of Geor- 
gia, Atlanta. R 126579, Mar. 25, 1944. 79 



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Glyn (Elinor) Career of Katherine Bush. © Margot 
Elinor Davis & Juliet Rhys Williams, London. 
R 129723, Mar. 15, 1944. 80 

Gonzalez Ginorio (Jose) Lectura infantil. Libro 
primero (Luis y Ana) © J. Gonzalez Ginorio, 
Santurce, Puerto Rico. R 128068, May 13, 1944. 

81 

Goodnow (Minnie) Outlines of nursing history. © 
M. Goodnow, Boston. R 128507, May 23, 1944. 

82 

Goodspeed (Edgar Johnson) Story of the New Testa- 
ment. © E. J. Goodspeed, Los Angeles. R 
127688, Apr. 27, 1944. 83 

Gregory (Jackson) Short cut. © Edwin J. Loeb, 
Los Angeles. R 126856, Mar. 22, 1944. 84 



ane) Wildfire. (In The country gentleman, 
v. 81, nos. 18-29, Apr. 29, May 6, 13, 20, 27, 
June 3, 10, 17, 24, July 1, 8, 15, 1916) © Lina 
Elise Grev, Altadena, Calif. R 128623-128634, 
Apr. 26, June 9, 1944. 85-96 



Griggs (Edward Howard) Maeterlinck, poet and 
mystic. © E. H. Griggs, Croton-on Hudson, N. 
Y. R 128209, May 16, 1944. 97 

Grimm (Carl W.) Grimm's note spelling book. © 
C. W. Grimm, Cincinnati. R 129054, June 9,1944. 



Guerber (Helene Adeline) Marchen und erzahlungen. 
1. teil. New ed. rev. by the author, H. A. Guerber, 
with direct-method exercises and revised vo- 
cabulary, by W. R. Myers. © W. R. Myers & 
First national bank & trust co., Montclair, N. J. 
R 128066, May 13, 1944. 99 

Guest (Edgar Albert) Heap o' livin'. © E. A. 
Guest, Detroit. R 130237, July 21, 1944. 100 

Haywood (Frederick H.) Universal song. © F. H. 
Haywood, Syracuse. R 128329, May 15, 1944. 

101 

Herrick (Robert) Conscript mother. © Robert 
Morss Lovett & John F. Cashen, jr., Portsmouth, 
N. H. R 127313, Apr. 26, 1944. 102 

Honnold (Arthur B.) Treatise on the American and 
English workmen's compensation laws as in- 
terpreted by the courts and tribunals vested with 
the power of administering and enforcing same, 
v. 1, 2. © A.B. Honnold, Tulsa, Okl. R 127036, 
127037, Apr. 7, 1944. 103, 104 

[Howard (Edith S.)] Cleomenes, by Maris Warring- 
ton Billings [pseud.] © E. S. Howard, Ruther- 
ford, N. J. R 129567, July 1, 1944. 105 

Hunter (George Leland) Laces, origin, design and 
manufacture. © Esther Hunter Burtenshaw, New 
York. R 130261, July 13, 1944. 106 

Jacobs (William Wymask) The castaways. © Hugh 
Wymask Jacobs & Christopher Gage Jacobs, 
Haslemere, Surrey, England. R 128186, May 25, 
1944. 107 



Jenkins (Herbert George) Bindle. © Herbert 
Jenkins, New York. R 128025, Apr. 14, 1944. 

108 

[Johnson (Clare P.)] New York annotated digest; 
a complete codification of the law of New York. 
Ed. by Victor Eugene Ruehl, under the super- 
vision of William Mack. v. 17. © Amer. law 
book co., Brooklyn. R 130184, July 10, 1944. 

109 

Johnston (Annie Fellows) Georgina of the rainbows. 
© Mary Johnston, Pewee Valley, Ky. R 126511, 
Mar. 25, 1944. * 110 

Johnston (Charles Haven Ladd) Our little viking 
cousin of long ago. © C. H. L. Johnston, Wash- 
ington. R 126510, Mar. 25, 1944. Ill 

Jordan (Edwin Oakes) Textbook of general bac- 
teriology. 5th ed., thoroughly rev. © Elsie Fay 
Jordan, Chicago. R 128505, May 23, 1944. 112 

Kerr (Thomas) Greene system of advance test 
methods in impression taking with Kerr per- 
fection impression compound. © Kerr dental 
manufacturing co., Detroit. R 130256, July 13, 
1944. 113 

King (Grace) Pleasant ways of St. Medard. © 
Frederic D. King, New Orleans. R 127591, May 
10, 1944. 114 

Kipling (Rudyard) 115-125 

Diversity of creatures. R 129386, June 22, 1944. 
Eyes of Asia. 
/ The fumes of the heart. R 129382, June 22, 



/ 



1944. 



The private account. R 129383, June 22, 1944. 

A retired gentleman. R 129384, June 22, 
1944. 

A trooper of horse. R 129385, June 22, 1944. 
Sea warfare. R 127503, Mar. 9, 1944. 
War in the mountains. 

1. The roads of an army. R 129466, June 23, 
1944. 

2. Podgora. R 129467, June 23, 1944. 

3. A pass, a king and a mountain. R 129468, 
June 23, 1944. 

4. Only a few steps higher up. R 129469, 
June 23, 1944. 

5. The Trentino front. R 129470, June 23, 
1944. 

© Elsie Bambridge, Arrington, Royston, Herts., 
England. 

Kirchwey (George Washington) . Kirchwey's cases 
on the law of mortgages. 2d ed. By I. Maurice 
Wormser. © Baker, Voorhis & co., inc., New 
York. R 129705, June 16, 1944. 126 

Kiser (Donald J.) Workmen's compensation acts; 
a corpus juris treatise. © Amer. law book co., 
Brooklyn. R 127033, Apr. 7, 1944. 127 

Kyne (Peter Bernard) 128-132 

Cappy Ricks— wheat baron. R 126512, Mar. 25, 

1944. 
Circumventing Wilhelm. R 127726, Apr. 29, 1944. 
For revenue only. R 129519, June 24, 1944. 
Irish dividend. R 128065, May 23, 1944. 
Monsieur le capitaine Ricks. R 128062, May 23, 

1944. 
© P. B. Kyne, San Francisco. 



GRENFELL, WILFRED THOMAS ON. 

Tales of the Labrador. © HNovl6; 
A446J9L K. Pascoe Grenfell, 
Wilfred T. Grenfeli, Jr. & Rosamond 
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Lardner (Ring) 133, 134 

Fore! R 129430, June 22, 1944. 
Three without, doubled. R 129429, June 22, 1944. 
© Ellis A. Lardner, New Milford, Conn. 

Larson (Christian Daa) 135, 136 

In the light of the spirit. R 130053, July 20, 1944. 
My ideal of marriage. R 130052, July 20, 1944. 
© C. D. Larson, Beverly Hills, Calif. 

Lawyers reports annotated. 1916 C, 1916 D, 1916 E, 
1916 F, 1917 A, 1917 B. Burdett A. Rich, 
Henry P. Farnham and George H. Parmele, 
editors, assisted by the publishers' editorial 
staff. © Lawyers co-operative pub. co., 
Rochester, N. Y. R 128862, 128869, 128873, 
128878, 128884, 128887, May 31, 1944. 137-142 

Leacock (Stephen) i 143, 144 

Essays and literary studies. R 126845, Apr. 13, 

1944. 
Further foolishness. R 126846, Apr. 13, 1944. 
© Mary Shaw, Montreal. 

Lee (Herbert Powell) Systematic key to English 
pronunciation and spelling. Book 1. © H. P. 
Lee, Portland, Or. R 129164, June 15, 1944. 

145 

Lewis (Sinclair) 146, 147 

The job. R 129190, June 14, 1944. 
Scarlet sign. R 128361, May 18, 1944. 
© S. Lewis, New York. 

Lodge (Oliver J.) Raymond. ©#F. Brodie Lodge, 
Flore, Northampton, England & Oliver W. F. 
Lodge, Nuttall, Va. R 128355, May 18, 1944. 

148 

Louisiana. Supreme court. Louisiana reports, v. 
139, 140. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 127040, 
130209, Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 149, 150 

MacCallum (William George) Textbook of pa- 
thology. © Marion J. Rand, Oil City, Pa. R 
128502, May 23, 1944. 151 



McCutcheon (George Barr) From the housetops. 
© Marie Van Antwerp McCutcheon, New York. 
R 126850, Mar. 22, 1944. 152 

[McNeile (Hermann Cyril)] m 153-156 

Fatal second, by Sapper [pseud.] R 127531, Apr. 

18, 1944. 
Michael Cassidy, sergeant, by Sapper [pseud.] 

R 127532, Apr. 18, 1944. 
Motor-gun, by Sapper [pseud.] R 127530, Apr. 

18, 1944. 
Retribution, by Sapper [pseud.] R 127534, Apr. 

18, 1944. 
© Violet Evelyn McNeile, Fittleworth, Sussex, 

England. 



Macy (William Francis) ed. Nantucket scrap 
basket, compiled, edited and arranged by W. F. 
Macy and Roland B. Hussey. © Julia M. Urann, 
Wareham, Mass. R 128278, June 2, 1944. 157 



Maeterlinck (Maurice) Wrack of the storm, by M. 
Maeterlinck. Translated by Alexander Teixeira 
de Mattos. © William Russell Geoffrey, Corn- 
hill, England. R 126849, Mar. 22, 1944. 158 

Marquis (Don) 159-162 

Arch series. (In The Sun, N. Y.,v. 84, nos. Ill, 

119, 211, Dec. 20, 28, 1916, Mar. 30, 1917) 

R 128748-128750, May 30, 1944. 
Communication from Archy. R 129743, June 28, 

1944. 
© Bernice Maud Marquis, Forest Hills, L. I., 

N. Y., New York. 



Martens (Frederick H.) Little almond eyes, an 
operetta, by F. H. Martens and W. C. MacFarlane, 
Stage manager's book, prepared by F. H. 
Martens. © Theresa Louise Wilson & Herman 
Carl Martens, Mountain Lake, N. J. R 129055, 
June 9, 1944. 163 

Martin (Edgar Allen) America in its making. © 
Ethel Martin, Los Angeles. R 128671, June 12, 
1944. 164 

Mason (Alfred Edward Woodley) Affair at the 
Semiramis hotel. © A. E. W. Mason, London. 
R 130259, May 23, 1944. 165 



Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. 

chusetts reports. Cases argued and determined. 

166-169 
v. 222. R 128849, June 5, 1944. 
v. 222, pt. 4, no. 106, May, 1916. R 128567, May 

22, 1944. 
v. 223, pt. 2, no. 107, June, 1916. R 128568, 

May 22, 1944. 
v. 223, pt. 3, no. 108, July, 1916. R 128850, June 

5, 1944. 
© Little, Brown & co., Boston. 



Mayo clinic, Rochester . Minn. Collected papers of 
the Mayo clinic, Rochester, Minn. v. 7. © W. B. 
Saunders co., Philadelphia. R 128501, May 23, 
1944. 170 



Meyer (John Joseph) 20,000 trails under the universe 
with the cerebroscope. © J. J. Meyer, Yonkers, 
N. Y. R 129923, July 12, 1944. 171 



Miller (Frank Ebenezer) Vocal art-science and 
its application. © Laura Miller, Jeffersonville, 
Vt. & Frances Halloran, Monroe, N. Y. R 129594, 
May 15, 1944. 172 



Monaghan (James) -ed. Monaghan s cumulative 
annual digest of Pennsylvania decisions for the 
year 1916. J. Monaghan, editor, assisted by Geo. 
M. Henry and Geo. H. Smith. © James Monaghan, 
Philadelphia. R 127045, Apr. 7, 1944. 173 

Muir (John) Writings of John Muir. Manuscript ed. 
v. 1, 2, 4-6. © Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 
R 128363-128366, Apr. 1, 1944. 174-177 

Myers" (Philip Van Ness) Ancient history. 2d rev. 
ed. © Stanley K.Henshaw, Cincinnati. R 129387, 
June 21, 1944. 178 



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Neilson (William Allan) Robert Burns, how to 
know him. © W. A. Neilson, Falls Village, Conn. 
R 128271, May 19, 1944. 179 

New York ( State) Consolidated laws of New York, 
annotated, as amended to the close of the reg- 
ular session of the Legislature of 1916, comp. 
under the editorial supervision of William M. 
McKinney. Books 8-28. © Edward Thompson 
co., Brooklyn. R 127017-127023, 130219-130232, 
Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 180-200 

New York digest, all New York cases reported 
from January, 1916-November, 1916. Edited by 
the editorial staff of the American digest system. 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. R 127038, Apr. 7, 
1944. 201 



New York supplement, with key-number annotations. 
Permanent ed. v. 161-163. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 127039, 127053, 130201, Apr. 7, 
July 10, 1944. 202-204 

Niemi (Clemens) Finnish grammar. © C. Niemi, 
Duluth. R 126843, Apr. 12, 1944. 205 

Northeastern.reporter, with key-number annotations, 
v. 113, 114. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 127024, 130187, Apr. 7, July 10, 
1944. 206, 207 

Northwestern reporter. Five-volume digest, v. 
156-160, supplementing Northwestern reporter 
digest v. 141-155. Ed. by the editorial staff of 
the American digest system. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 130195, July 10, 1944. 208 



Northwestern reporter, with key-number annotations. 
Permanent ed. v. 159-161. © West pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 127031, 127049, 130215, Apr. 7, July 
10, 1944. 209-211 

Ohio. Supplement to the Page & Adams' annotated 
general code of the state of Ohio. v. 1-4. © 
William Herbert Page, Madison, Wis. R 129154- 
129157, June 15, 1944. 212-215 

Ollivant (Alfred) Brown mare. © Hilda Ollivant, 
Bletchley, Bucks., England. R 129656, July 7, 
1944. 216 

[Onions (Berta Ruck)] Girls at his billet, by Berta 
Ruck. © Berta Ruck Oliver, Merioneth, iVales. 
R 126861, Mar. 22, 1944. 217 

Oppenheim (Edward Phillips) Amiable charlatan. 
© E. P. Oppenheim, Nr. Penzance, Cornwall, 
England. R 126568, Apr. "6, 1944. 218 

Pace (Adger McDavid) Pace's modern harmony 
and voice leading. © James D. Vaughan music 
publisher, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. R 128683, June 
12, 1944. 219 

Pacific reporter. 5-volume digest, v. 156-160, 
supplementing Five -volume Pacific reporter 
digest, volumes 151-155. Edited by the editorial 
staff of the American digest system. © West 
pub. co., St. Paul. R 127046, Apr. 7, 1944. 

220 



Pacific reporter, with key-number annotations. 
Permanent ed. v. 160-163. © vVest pub. co., 
St. Paul. R 127030, 127048, 130191, 130214, 
Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 221-224 

Palmer (Frederick) Old blood. © F. Palmer, 
Katonah, N. Y. R 126857, Mar. 22, 1944. 225 

Pelley (William Dudley) Jerry, out o' my way. © 
W. D. PeUey, New York. R 128108, May 12, 
1944. 226 

Piper (Margaret Rebecca) Sylvia of the hiU top. 
© Margaret Piper Chalmers, West Long Branch, 
N. J. R 126509, Mar. 25, 1944. 227 

Richmond (Grace Louise Smith) 228-232 

Brown study. R 130260, July 13, 1944. 
Red Pepper's patients. (InLadies' home journal, 

v. 34, nos. 2-5, Feb.^May, 1917) R 128351- 

128354, May 18, 1944. 
© Grace Smith Richmond, Fredonia, N. Y. 

Rinehart (Mary Roberts) Bab, a sub-deb. © M. R. 
Rinehart, New York. R 130262, July 13, 1944. 

233 

Roberts (Jay Gilbert) Manual of bacteriology and 
pathology for nurses. 2d ed., thoroughly rev. 
© J. G. Roberts, Pomona, Calif. R 128504, May 
23, 1944. 234 

Robinson (James Harvey) Outlines of European 
history. Pt. 2. From the 17th century to the war 
of 1914, by J. H. Robinson and Charles A. Beard. 
© Bankers trust, New York & Charles A. Beard, 
New Milford, Conn. R 129237, June 16, 1944. 

235 



Roche (Arthur Somers) 

Loot. R 128996, May 19, 1944. 

Plunder. R 128998, May 19, 1944. 

© Ethel Pettit Roche, Palm Beach, Fla. 



236, 237 



Sand (George, pseud, of Mme. Dudevant) La mare 
au diable. © Antonin Raymond, Tokyo, Japan. 
R 126840, Dec. 31, 1943. 238 

Saunders (Charles Francis) Finding the worth 
while in California. © Mir a C. Saunders, 
Pasadena. R 128953, June 6, 1944. 239 

Scherer (James Augustin Brown) Japanese crisis. 
© J. A.B. Scherer, Los Angeles. R 126862, Apr. 
5. 1944. 240 



Scott (Sir Walter, bart. ) Scott's Ivanhoe. Edited by 
William D. Lewis. © William D. Lewis, Lans- 
downe, Pa. R 129240, June 16, 1944. 241 

Sears (Clara Endicott) Gleanings from old Shaker 
journals. © C. E. Sears, Harvard, Mass. R 
129052, June 9, 1944. 242 



Seltzer (Charles Alden) Range boss. © Ella 
Alberts Seltzer, Rocky River, O. R 127535, Apr. 
18, 1944. 243 

Service (Robert William) Rhymes of a Red cross 
man. © R. W. Service, Los Angeles. R 126859, 
Mar. 22, 1944. 244 



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Sherman (Stuart Pratt) Matthew Arnold, how to 
know him. © Ruth M. Sherman, Boston. R 
128273, May 19, 1944. 245 

Simkins (William Stewart) Federal equity suit. 
3d ed. © W. S. Simkins, Austin, Tex. R 129589, 
May 31, 1944. 246 



Sinclair (Bertrand William) Big timber. © B. W. 
Sinclair, Pender Harbor, B. C, Canada. R 
127725, Apr. 29, 1944. 247 

Singer manufacturing co. 248-260 

Instructions for using Singer sewing machine. 

No. 15 with attachments, no. 25623. R 128939, 

June 1, 1944. 
No. 107W101, for embroidery. R 128933, 

June 1, 1944. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing machines. 
No. 71-48. R 128942, June 1, 1944. 
Of class 7, one needle, lock stitch. R 128937; 

June 1, 1944. 
Of class 24 one needle single thread chain 

stitch for manufacturing. R 128935, June 1, 

1944. 
Of class 24 two needles, single thread chain 

stitch for manufacturing. R 128936, June 1, 

1944. 
Of class 71. R 128941, June 1, 1944. 
Of class 97, for harness work. R 128934, 

June 1, 1944. 
Of class 128 with attachments, no. 36500. R 

128940, June 1, 1944. 
Instruzioni per adoperare la macchina da cucire 

Singer no. 66. R 128943, June 1, 1944. 
Singer machine. 

No. 16-41, alternating pressers, for general 

work in cloth and leather. R 128938, June 1, 

1944. 
No. 25-56, single thread chain stitch for use 

in the manufacturer of straw hats. R 128931, 

June 1, 1944. 
No. 107W7, zigzag lock stitch for attaching 

lace, etc. R 128932, June 1, 1944. 
© Singer manufacturing co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Slade (Charles Blount) Physical examination and 
diagnostic anatomy. 2d ed., thoroughly rev. © 
Constance Anne Thill Slade, Greenwood Lake, 
N. Y. R 128621, May 24, 1944. 261 

Smith (Charles Alphonso) 262, 263 

O. Henry biography. © C. A. Smith, Washington 

& Mrs. L. Dee York, Charlottesville, Va. 

R 128350, May 18, 1944. 
Short stories old and new. © C. A. Smith & Sue 

Gee York, Alexandria, Va. R 129245, June 

16, 1944. 

South Carolina. Supreme court . Reports of cases 
argued and determined. Annotated ed. Books 
23-27. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 127025, 
127047, 130188, 130202, 130213, Apr. 7, July 10, 
1944. 264-268 

Southeastern reporter. Five-volume digest, v. 
86-90, supplementing Southeastern reporter 
digest, v. 71-85. Ed. by the editorial staff of the 
American digest system. © West pub. co., St. 
Paul. R 130186, July 10, 1944. 269 



Southeastern reporter, with key -number annotations, 
v. 90, 91. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., St. 
Paul. R 127043, 130212, Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 

270, 271 

Southern reporter, with key -number annotations, 
v. 72. Permanent ed. © West pub. co., St. Paul 
R 127042, Apr. 7, 1944. 272 

Southwestern reporter. 273-277 

Five-volume digest, v. 186-190, supplementing 
five -volume Southwestern reporter digest, 
v. 181-185. Edited by the editorial staff of 
the American digest system. R 130196, July 
10, 1944. 

Kentucky decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter annotated, vols. 186, 187, 189 and 
190, June, 1916, to February, 1917. R 130189, 
July 10, 1944. 

Missouri decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter annotated, vols. 187, 188 and 189, 
July, 1916, to January, 1917. R 127050, Apr. 
7, 1944. 

Missouri decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter annotated, vols. 190, 191 and 192, 
January, 1917, to April, 1917. R 130218, July 
10, 1944. 

Texas, decisions reported in the Southwestern 
reporter annotated, vols. 188, 189 and 190, 
September, 1916, to February, 1917. R 
130194, July 10, 1944. 

© West pub. co., St. Paul. 

Southwestern reporter, with key -number annota- 
tions. Permanent ed. v. 189-193. © West pub. 
co., St. Paul. R 127044, 127052, 130193, 130199, 
130217, Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 278-282 

Stecher (William Albin) Games and dances. 2d 
ed., rev. and enl. © W. A. Stecher, Upper Darby, 
Pa. R 126963, Apr. 5, 1944. 283 

Stephens (James) Green branches. © J. Stephens, 
London. R 126572, Mar. 29, 1944. 284 

Sterling (Frank Ward) Small boat navigation. © 
F. W. Sterling, Sea Gate, L. I., N. Y. R 127590, 
May 10, 1944. 285 

Stiles (Percy Goldthwait) Human physiology. © 
Edmund Kendall Stiles, Newtonville, Mass. R 
128500, May 23, 1944. 286 

Stowe (Lyman Beecher) Booker T. Washington, 
builder of a civilization, by L. B. Stowe and 
Emmett J. Scott. © L. B. Stowe, New York. R 
128576, June 7, 1944. 287 

Tapper trhomas) 288-290 

Mendelssohm, the story of a happy brother and 

sister who loved to make music. © Theodore 

Presser co., Philadelphia. R 126965, Apr. 

5, 1944. 
Music supervisor, his training, influence and 

opportunity. © T. Tapper, New York. R 

129053, June 9, 1944. 
Robert Schumann, the story of the boy who made 

pictures in music. © Theodore Presser co., 

Philadelphia. R 126964, Apr. 5, 1944. 



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Tarkington (Booth) 291-295 

Fairy coronet. R 128358, May 18, 1944. 
Laughing in German. R 128359, May 18, 1944. 
Marjorie Jones' picnic. R 129048, May 18, 1944. 
Middle western apathy. R 128360, May 18, 1944. 
Sam's beau. R 129050, May 18, 1944. 
© B. Tarkington, Indianapolis, Kennebunkport, 
Me. 

Thurston (Carl Hammond Philander) Art of looking 
at pictures. © C. H. P. Thurston, Pasadena. 
R 126860, Mar. 22, 1944. 296 

Trent (William Peterfield) Introduction to the 
English classics, by W. P. Trent, Charles L. 
Hanson and William T. Brewster. Rev. ed. © 
William P. Trent, jr., New York, Charles L. 
Hanson, Cambridge, Mass. & William T. Brew- 
ster, Scarsdale, N. Y. R 129239, June 16, 1944. 

297 

Twombly (Frances Doane) Romance of labor, by 
F. D. Twombly and John Cotton Dana. © F. D. 
Twombly, Summit, N. J. R 126573, Mar. 29, 
1944. 298 

Twyeffort (Frank Hubbard) New York estates and 
surrogates; descent and distribution. Decedents' 
and infants' estates. Surrogates' practice. 
Wills— forms— rules. © F. H. Twyeffort, New 
York. R 128870, May 31, 1944. 299 

Underwood (Lineas D.) 300-305 

Underwood's patent digest, v. 12, nos. 1-4. 

R 126500, 126501, 126503, 126505, Mar. 24, 

1944. 
Underwood's trade -mark digest, v. 5, nos. 1, 2. 

R 126502, 126504, Mar. 24, 1944. 
© Richard L. Underwood, Washington. 

[Underwood (Sophie Kerr) ] 306-319 

Blue envelope, by Sophie Kerr. R 128636, May 

25, 1944. 
— (In Woman's home companion, v. 43, nos. 

7, 8, July, Aug., 1916) R 128168, 128169, May 

23, 1944. 
Charm, by Sophie Kerr. R 128644, May 25, 1944. 
It isn't in the books, by Sophie Kerr. R 129219, 

May 25, 1944. 
Julietta eats the canary, by Sophie Kerr. R 

128640, May 25, 1944. 
Little hacks of kindness, by Sophie Kerr. R 

128059, May 23, 1944. 
Love of women, by Sophie Kerr. (In Woman's 

home companion, v. 44, nos. 1, 2, Jan., Feb., 

1917) R 128642, 128643, May 25, 1944. 
Monsieur Rienzl takes a hand, by Sophie Kerr. 

R 128645, May 25, 1944. 
Pick-up, by Sophie Kerr. R 128638, May 25, 

1944. 
Reason, by Sophie Kerr. R 123637, May 25, 1944. 
That Parkinson affair, by Sophie Kerr. R 128641, 

May 25, 1944. 
Zose bluff, by Sophie Kerr. R 128639, May 25, 

1944. 
© S. K. Underwood, New York. 



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U. S. Circuit courts of appeals. United States 
Circuit courts of appeals reports, with key- 
number annotations, v. 147-150. © West pub. 
CO., St. Paul. R 127032, 130190, 130197, 130216, 
Apr. 7, July 10, 1944. 320-323 

Upham (Alfred Horatio) Typical forms of English 
literature. © A. H. Upham, Oxford, O. R 
127648, Apr. 27, 1944. 324 

Van Loan (Charles Emmett) 325-329 

The crusader. R 128061, May 23, 1944. 
Fire or water. R 128063, May 23, 1944. 
I. O. U. R 128064, May 23, 1944. 
Long live the king. R 128060, May 23, 1944. 
Modern judgement of Solomon. R 126767, Mar. 

15, 1944. 
© Emma C. Van Loan, Los Angeles. 

Vereecken (Ben) Carl Fischer complete table of 
all saxophones. © Carl Fischer, inc., New 
York. R 127403, Apr. 12, 1944. 330 

Waggaman (Mary Teresa) Grapes of thorns. © 
Benziger bros., inc., New York. R 130367, July 
1, 1944. 331 



Walker (Albert Henry) Text-book of the law of 
patents for inventions, by A. H. Walker. 5th ed., 
by John H. Billiard and Eugene Eble. © Baker, 
Voorhis & co., inc., New York. R 127493, Apr. 
28, 1944. 332 

Weiman (Rita) Look upon the prisoner. © R. 
Weiman, Westport, Conn. R 129545, June 27, 
1944. 333 

Wells (Carolyn) 334, 335 

Patty's fortune. R 126852, Mar. 22, 1944. 
Two little women and Treasure house. R 

126851, Mar. 22, 1944. 
© Bridget M. O'Conneil, Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 



Wentworth (George) New York city arithmetics. 
Grades 1, 2, 6-8. By G. Wentworth, David 
Eugene Smith and Albert Shiels. © Maude Simp- 
son Wentworth, Brookline, Mass. & David 
Eugene Smith, New York. R 127271, 127272, 
Mar. 30, 1944. 336, 337 



Wilson (Harry Leon) Somewhere in Red Gap. © 
Charis Wilson Weston & Harry Leon Wilson, jr., 
Carmel, Calif. R 127533, Apr. 18, 1944. 338 

Winter (Nevin Otto) Texas the marvellous, the 
state of the six flags. © Lulu Winter Coyle, 
Gallon, O. R 128971, June 8, 1944. 339 

Young (Ella Flagg) Young and Field Advanced 
literary reader, pts. 1, 2. By E. F. Young and 
Walter Taylor Field. © Sara Lounsberry Peck 
Field, Hinsdale, 111. R 129244, 129246, June 16, 
1944. 340, 341 



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BOOKS 

PART 1, GROUP 1 

Note. —An asterisk (*) after the author's name indicates that the author and copyright proprietor are the 
same, and that therefore the name is not repeated in the claim paragraph. 



Abromowich (R.) In zwei' revoluzies. v. 1, 2. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; A 182772; Educational department 
of the Workmen's circle, New York. 4527 

Ackerman (Laurence J.) ed. Risks we face, edited 
by L. J. Ackerman and Ralph W. Bugli. © Aug. 
10, 1944; A 182393; Natl, board of fire under ^ 
writers, New York. 4528 

Alegria (Fernando) Lautaro, by F.Alegria. Trans- 
lated from the Spanish, by Delia Goetz. © Sept. 
21, 1944; A 183069; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., 
New York. 4529 

Allee (Marjorie Hill)* Chicago. The house. ©Sept. 
19, 1944; A 183032. 4530 

Allen (Adam) pseud . New Broome experiment. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; A 182362; Samuel Epstein & Beryl 
Epstein, New York. 4531 

Anderson (Edwin P.) Audels refrigeration and air 
conditioning guide. © Aug. 30, 1944; A 182519; 
Theo. Audel & co., New York. 4532 

Angelo (Valenti)* Bronxville, N. Y. Rooster club. 
© Sept. 15, 1944; A 182898. 4533 

Anson (M. L.) Advances in protein chemistry, v. 
1. Edited by M. L. Anson [and] John T. Edsall. 
© Sept. 18, 1944; A 183024; Academic press, inc., 
New York. 4534 

Arciniegas (German) ed. Green continent, selected 
and edited by G. Arciniegas. Translated from 
the Spanish and Portuguese, by Harriet De Onfs 
[and others. 1st ed.] © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182470; 
Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 4535 

Arizona. Supreme court . Report of cases argued 
and determined, v. 60. © July 27, 1944; A 
182478; Loretta C. Savage (for the benefit of the 
state of Arizona), Phoenix, Ariz. 4536 

Armitage (Merle)* Atlantic City. Accent on Amer- 
ica. © Aug. 10, 1944; A 182750. 4537 

Armstrong (Warren) Battle of the oceans. © June 
7, 1944; A 182866; Liveright pub. Corp., New 
York. 4538 

Aspley (John Cameron)* Chicago. Handbook of 
industrial relations. © Apr. 26, 1944; A 182583. 

4539 

Auden (W. H.)* Swarthmore, Pa. For the time be- 
ing. © Sept. 6, 1944; A 182746. 4540 

Avery (Mary Johnston)* Alexandria, Va. She heard 
with her heart. © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182704. 

4541 



Avison (George) Uncle Sam's marines. © Sept. 
19, 1944; A 182940; Macmillan co., New York. 

4542 

Axelrad (Joseph)* New York. Anatole France, a 
life without illusions, 1844-1924. [1st ed.] © 
Sept. 13, 1944; A 182880. 4543 

Bacon (Francis) Essayes or counsels civil & 
moraH'of Francis Bacon. [With an introduction 
by Christopher Morley] © May 26, 1944; A 
182497; Limited editions club, inc., New York. 

4544 

Bailey (Albert Edward) ed. Arts and religion. The 
Ayer lectures of the Colgate -Rochester divinity 
school, 1943, by A. E. Bailey, editor, and Ken- 
neth John Conant, Henry Augustine Smith [and] 
Fred Eastman. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 182981; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 4545 

Bakeless (Katherine Little)* Seymour; Conn. Glory 
hallelujah! © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182757. 4546 

Ball (Horace Greeley)* Los Angeles. Law of copy- 
right and literary property. © Sept. 6, 1944; A 
182875. 4547 

Bardwell (R. W.) 4548-4551 

Exchanging thoughts. [By]R. W. Bardwell, Ethel 

Mabie Falk [and] J. C. Tressler. © Sept. 8, 
, 1944; A 182790. 
Expressing ideas. [By] R. W. Bardwell, Ethel 

Mabie Falk [and] J. C. Tressler. © Sept. 11, 

1944; A 182819. 
Making plans. [By] R. W. Bardwell, Ethel Mabie 

Falk [and] J. C. Tressler. © Aug. 15, 1944; 

A 182603. 
Sharing interests. [By] R. W. Bardwell, Ethel 

Mabie Falk [and] J.* C. Tressler. © Aug. 11, 

1944; A 182602. 
© D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 

Barnes (Robert Hatfield) United States submarines. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 11, 1944; A 183026; H.F.Morse 
associates, inc., New Haven. 4552 

Barrett (Monte) Sun in their eyes. [1st ed.] ©Sept. 
18, 1944; A 182928; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 4553 



Barrett (Richmond)* Newport, R. 
ed.] © Sept. 8, 1944; A 182713. 



Truant. [1st 
4554 



Batchelor (Joseph A.)* Bloomington, Ind. Economic 
history of the Indiana oolitic industry. © Sept. 
4, 1944; A 182629. | 4555 

Beard (Charles A.) American government and poli- 
tics. © Aug. 22, 1944; A 182375; Macmillan co., 
New York. 4556 



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Bechdolt (Jack) Dulcie and her donkey, by J. Bech- 
dolt and Decie Merwin. [1st ed.] © Aug. 22, 
1944; A 182388; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 4557 

Beck (Warren) Final score. [1st ed.] © Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182469; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 

4558 

Becker (Charlotte) Unlike twins in the park. © 
Aug. 7, 1944; A 182722; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 4559 

Beim (Lorraine) & Beim (Jerrold)* New York. 
Sasha and the samovar. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 
183000. 4560 

Belden (Jack)* New York. Still time to die. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182881. 4561 

Bell (Margaret E.)* New York. Danger on Old 
Baldy. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182503. ' 4562 

Bellairs (George)* Prestbury, Cheshire, England. 
Murder of a quack. © Sept. 19, 1944; A 182939. 

4563 

Bellamy (Hans Schindler)* Reading, Berkshire, 
England. Built before the flood. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 
1944; A ad int. 28440; pubd. Nov. 5, 1943. 

4564 

Benjamine (Elbert)* Los Angeles. Beginner's 
horoscope maker. © Dec. 10, 1943; A 182794. 

4565 

Bentley (Eric Russell)* Black Mountain, N. C. 
Century of hero-worship. [1st ed.] © Aug. 18, 
1944; A 182363. 4566 

Bernhardt (Clara) Song of Zion. © Sept. 7, 1944; 
A 182738; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 4567 

Berolzheimer (Ruth) ed. American woman's cook- 
book. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182373; Book produc- 
tion industries, inc., Chicago. 4568 

Best American short stories, 1944, and the Year- 
book of the American short story. Edited by 
Martha Foley. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 182821; 
• Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 4569 

Beverly, Mass. Charter and ordinances of the city 
of Beverly, Massachusetts. © Aug. 31, 1944; 
A 182605; Michie co., Charlottesville, Va. 4570 

Bickford (Hugh C.) Excess profits tax relief. © 
Aug. 16, 1944; A 182421; Prentice-Hail, inc., 
New York. 4571 

Biegeleisen (Hyman I.)* New York. Primer of 
sclerotherapy. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182481. 

4572 

Billig (Fred Fritz)* Jamaica, N. Y. Billig's phila- 
telic handbood. v. 4. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182652. 

4573 

Bispham (William N.) Malaria, its diagnosis, 
treatment and prophylaxis.© Aug. 30, 1944; 
A 182555; Williams & Wilkins co., Baltimore. 

4574 



Blair (Morris Myers) Elementary statistics, with 
general applications. © Aug. 6, 1944; A 182800; 
Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 4575 

Blanchard (Rae) ed. Tracts and pamphlets by 
Richard Steele. © July 18, 1944; A 182677; Johns 
Hopkins press, Baltimore. 4576 

[Blinn (Ethel Hueston)]* Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. 
Mother went mad on Monday, by Ethel Hueston. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182530. 4577 

Blumenthal (Gertrude) Tit for tat Tommy. © Aug. 
31, 1944; A 182626; Oxforduniv. press, New York, 
inc., New York. 4578 

Blumenthal (Leon)* Matawan, N. J. Democracy of 
tomorrow. © July 15, 1944; A 182963. 4579 

Boardman (Edward T.) Guide to higher aquarium 
animals. © Aug. 16, 1944; A 182381; Cranbrook 
institute of science, Bloomfield Hills, Mich. 

4580 

Bode in (Vernon Parker) Social gospel of Walter 
Rauschenbusch and its relations to religious 
education. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 182672; Yale univ. 
press, New Haven. 4581 

Bonett (Emery) 4582, 4583 

High pavement. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; A ad int. 

28439; pubd. Feb. 21. 
Old Mrs. Camelot. [1st ed.] © Sept. 11, 1944; 

A 182815. 
© Blakiston co., New York. 

Bonner (Mary Graham) Couriers of the sky. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183036; Alfred A.Knopf, 
inc., New York. 4584 

[Borell (Jewel Flanagan)]* Pomona, Calif. Maybe 
tomorrow, by Jewel Mace Flanagan [pseud.] © 
July 18, 1944; A 182441. 4585 

Boulton (Agnes)* West Hollywood, Calif. Road is 
before us. [1st ed.] © Sept. 14, 1944; A 182930. 

4586 

[Bowers (Inez Hogan)]* Provincetown, Mass. Twin 
colts, by Inez Hogan. [1st ed.] © Aug. 22, 1944; 
A 182389. 4587 

Bowman (Constance) & Allen (Clara Marie)* San 
Diego, Calif. Slacks and callouses. [1st ed.] © 
Aug. 30, 1944; A 182534. 4588 

Boy scouts of America,* New York. Personnel 
administration in scouting. © Aug. 24, 1944; A 
182965. 4589 

Boyton (Neil)* New York. That Silver Fox patrol. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182802. 4590 

Bradshaw (Catherine A.) Americanization question- 
naire. © June 29, 1944; A 182988; Noble & Noble, 
publishers, inc., New York. 4591 

Brasted (Alva J.) Az you were! Messages with car- 
toons for men in service. Messages by Chaplain 
A. J. Brasted, cartoons by Edgar Allen, jr. © 
Aug. 28, 1944; A 182518; Morehouse -Gorham co., 
New York. 4592 



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Brenner (Scott Francis) Way of worship. ©Sept. 
5, 1944; A 182650; Macmillan co., New York. 

4593 

Brigham (Albert Perry) 4594, 4595 

Our home state^and continent. [By] A. P. Brig- 
ham and Charles T. McFarlane. New Jersey 
ed. [By] Matilda Frank and Stephen B. 
Gilhuly. © Aug. 9, 1944; A 182427. 
Our home state and the new world. [By] A. P. 
Brigham and Charles T. McFarlane. Nebraska 
ed. [By] Vera E. Rigdon. © Sept. 1, 1944; 
A 182635. 
© Charles T. McFarlane, Fulton, N. Y. & Flora 
W. Brigham, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Brock (Emma L.) Uncle Bennie goes visiting. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183037; Alfred A. Knopf, 
inc., New York. 4596 

Brodie (Bernard) Guide to naval strategy. © Aug. 
14, 1944; A 183022; Princeton univ. press, Prince- 
ton, N. J. 4597 

Bronson (Wilfrid S.) Hooker's holiday. ©Sept. 21, 
1944; A 183035; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 4598 

Brooks (Anne Tedlock) Girl next door. © June 16, 
1944; A 183014; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

4599 

Brooks (Walter R.)* New York. Freddy and Mr. 

Camphor. [1st ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183039. 

4600 

Browder (Earl) Teheran, our path in war and peace. 

© June 21, 1944; A 182925; Internatl. publishers 

co., inc., New York. 4601 

Brown (Margaret Wise)* New York. Willie's walk 
to grandmama, by M. W. Brown and Rockbridge 
Campbell [pseud.] © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182869. 

4602 

Bryant (Doris)* New York. Care and handling of 
cats. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182924. 4603 

Bullard (Marion) Co-pilot Trott. [1st ed.] ©Aug. 
22, 1944; A 182385; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 4604 

Bunch (Taylor G.) The Ten Commandments. © 
Aug. 29, 1944; A 182655;' Review and herald pub. 
assn., Washington. 4605 

Bunger (Anna M.) Speech reading, Jena method. © 
Aug. 31, 1944; A 182589; Interstate, Danville, 
111. 4606 

Burlington County supervisors' association,* Mount 
Holly, N. J. Story of the public schools of Bur- 
lington County, New Jersey. © May 1, 1944; A 
182970. 4607 

Burns (Sheila)* New York. Romantic fugitive. © 
Apr. 17, 1944; A 183009. 4608 

Burt (Katharine B.)* Old Lyme, Conn. Connecticut 
legend. © Nov. 10, 1942; A 181926. 4609 

Bvrd (Oliver EJ comp. Health instruction yearbook, 
1944. © Aug. 22, 1944; A 182493; Board of trus- 
tees of the Leland Stanford junior univ., Stanford 
University, Calif. 4610 



Byrnes (Robert Frederick)* Tampa, Fla. Prac- 
tical book for machinists and engineers. © Aug. 
15, 1944; A 182552. 4611 

California. District courts of appeal. Reports of 
cases determined, v. 61 2d. © July 28, 1944; 
A 182763; Bancroft-Whitney co., San Francisco. 

4612 

California reporter, covering cases reported in 
Pacific reporter, Second series. 145 P. 2d-146 
P. 2d. ©Aug. 25, 1944; A 182566; West pub. CO., 
St. Paul. 4613 

Carpenter (Theodosia) Hi, neighbor! By T. Car- 
penter and Allan Carpenter. © Aug. 25, 1944; 
A 182703; King co., Chicago. 4614 

Carr (John Dickson)* New York. Till death do us 
part. [1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182459. 

4615 

Carr (Wells) Know thyself! © Aug. 21, ^1944; A 
182440; Press alliance, inc., New York. 4616 

Cassidy (Frank P.) Molders of the medieval mind. 
© Aug. 8, 1944; A 182380; B. Herder book co., 
St. Louis. 4617 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual. 4618,4619 
La chiave del paradiso, di S. Alfonso M. de 
Liguori. Edizione compilata dal Padre Um- 
berto Bonomo. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182484. 
II piccolo massime eterne, di S. Alfonso M. de 
Liguori. Edizione compilata dal Padre Um- 
berto Bonomo. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182485. 
© Catholic book pub. co., New York. 

Catholic church. Liturgy and ritual. Missal. New 
missal for every day, by F. X. Lasance. © July 
17, 1944; A 182573; Benziger bros., inc., New 
York. 4620 

Cave (Hugh B.)** Greenwood, R. I. We build, we 
fight! [1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182888. 

4621 



Chalmers (Audrey)* New York. I had a penny. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 182897. 4622 

Chalmers (Margaret Piper) Pollyanna's protegee. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 182943; L. C. Page & co„ 
inc., Boston. 4623 

Chamberlain (Neil W.) Collective bargaining pro- 
cedures. © May 27, 1944; A 182761; Amer. 
council on public affairs, Washington. 4624 

Chamberlain (Rudolph W.) Beacon lights of litera- 
ture. Book 11. © July 1, 1944; A 182584; Iro- 
quois pub. co., inc., Syracuse. 4625 

Chambers (Maria Cristina)* Brooklyn. Bullfight- 
er's son. © Sept. 14, 1944; A 182864. 4626 

Chan (Plato) Magic monkey, adapted from an old 
Chinese legend by Plato and Christina Chan. © 
Aug. 21, 1944; A 182392; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 4627 

Chase (Allan) Five arrows. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 
182991; Random house, inc., New York. 4628 



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Cherniss (Harold) Aristotle's criticism of Plato 
and the academy, v. 1. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 
182807; Johns Hopkins press, Baltimore. .4629 

Clapham (John) Bank of England, v. 1, 2. © 1 c. 
Sept. 13, 1944; A ad int. 28469; pubd. July 27; 
Macmillan co., New York. 4630 

[Clapp (Janet Mabie)T* New York. Neither wealth 
nor poverty. [By] Janet Mabie. © Sept. 8, 1944; 
A 182942. 4631 

Clark (Alan) Adventures of Tommy Teaberry. © 
June 8, 1944; A 182549; Clark bros. chewing gum 
co., Pittsburgh. 4632 

Clark (Fred G.) How we live. [By] F. G. Clark 
and Richard Stanton Rimanoczy. © Aug. 30, 1944; 
A 182969; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New York. 

4633 

Clarke (Isabel C.) Where the apple reddens. © Aug. 
23, 1944; A 182397; Longmans, Green & co.,inc, 
New York. 4634 

[Clemens (Samuel Langhorne)] 4635, 4636 

Life on the Mississippi. [By] Mark Twain 
[pseud.] Illustrated by Thomas Hart Benton, 
with an introduction by Edward Wagenknecht, 
and a number of previously suppressed pas- 
sages, now printed for the first time, and 
edited, with a note, by Willis Wager. © July 
1, 1944; A 182466; Limited editions club, New 
York. 
Suppressed passages (in Life on the Mississippi) 
[By] Mark Twain [pseud.] Now printed for 
the first time. Edited for this edition, with a 
note, by Willis Wager. © July 1, 1944; A 
182467; Mark Twain co., New York. 

Coblentz (Catherine Cate)* Washington. Bells of 
Leyden sing. [1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 
182805. 4637 

Coffin (Robert P. Tristram) Mainstays of Maine. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 182982; Macmillan co.. New 
York. 4638 

Cold frame, v. 13. An anthology of verse by the 
Senior class, Our Lady of mercy high school. 
© July 1, 1944; A 182610; Sisters of mercy, 
Rochester, N. Y. 4639 

Colman (Elizabeth) Portugal, wharf of Europe. © 
Aug. 28, 1944; A 182729; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 4640 

Columbia university. Teachers college. Aviation 
education research group. Science of pre-flight 
aeronautics. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 182523; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 4641 

Combs (William F.) O ingles simplificado. © Sept. 
15, 1944; A 182972; David McKay co., Phila- 
delphia. 4642 

Conger (Elizabeth Mallett) American tanks and tank 
destroyers. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182539; Henry 
Holt & co., inc., New York. 4643 

Cooke (Morris Liewellyn) Brazil on the march. © 
Aug. 21, 1944; A 182420; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc.. New York. 4644 



Corbett (Kathleen Smith)* Minot, N. D. Open the 
door, please. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182646. 4645 

Corey (Paul)* Cold-Spring-on-Hudson, N. Y. Red 
tractor. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182500. 4646 

Corner (George W.), Ourselves unborn. © Sept. 
19, 1944; A 183045; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 

4647 

Corpus juris secundum v. 41. © Sept. 6, 1944; A 
182846; Amer. law book co., Brooklyn. 4648 

Cowdrey (Bartlett) William Sidney Mount, 1807- 
1868, by B. Cowdrey and Hermann Warner 
Williams, jr. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 182934; Colum- 
bia univ. press, New York. 4649 

Cowdry (E. V.) Textbook of histology. © Sept. 15, 
1944; A 182829; Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia. 

4650 

Cowley (Malcolm) ed. Hemingway. © Sept. 18, 
1944; A 182958; Viking press, inc., New York. 

4651 

Crane (Frances)* Lawrenceville, 111. Amethyst 
spectacles. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182487. 4652 

Creighton (Andrew J.) ed. Anticlaudien. © June 13, 
1944; A 182917; Catholic univ. of America press, 
inc., Washington. 4653 

Crocker (Lionel) Argumentation and debate. ©Sept. 
14, 1944; A 183079; Amer. book co., New York. 

4654 

Crofts (Eric Arthur James) E. U. P. ready reckoner 
and tables. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; A ad int. 
28463; pubd. July 31; English universities press, 
ltd., Sevenoaks, Kent, England. 4655 

Culbertson (Polly) Peter PT. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 
182442; Mary Haeseler Culbertson & Annette 
Cremin Byrne, Philadelphia. 4656 

Cullen (Robert K ) ed. Notes and annotations to the 
Kentucky revised statutes, 1944. Edited by R. K. 
Cullen [and] L. C. Turner. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 
182678; Commonwealth of Kentucky, Frankfort, 
Ky. 4657 

Cumberland (Marten)* Glenbeigh, County Kerry, 
Eire. Knife will fall. [1st ed.] © July 21, 1944; 
A 182434. 4658 



Cunningham (Albert Benjamin) Cane-patch mystery. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 1, 1944; A 182595; E.P. Dutton 
& co., inc., New York. 4659 

Cureton (Thomas Kirk) Physical fitness workbook. 
© Apr. 18, 1944; A 182686; Thomas KirkCureton, 
jr., Urbana, 111. 4660 

Curry (Jane) Woofus, the woolly dog. © Aug. 7, 
1944; A 182978; Whitman pub. CO., Racine, Wis. 

4661 

[Curry (Kathryn Worth)]* Nashville. New worlds 
for Josie. [By] Kathryn Worth. [1st ed.] ©Sept. 
21, 1944; A 183029. 4662 



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[Cuthrell (Faith Baldwin)]* New Canaan, Conn. 
Change of heart, by Faith Baldwin. © Aug. 24, 
1944; A 182417. 4663 

Cutright (Prudence) Living together in town and 
country. [Byl P. Cutright, W. W. Charters [and] 
Mae Knight Clark. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 1S2933; 
Macmillan co., New York. 4664 

Czaja (Helen Manley) Bountiful cow. © Aug. 21, 
1944: A 182614; Henry Bolt & co.. inc., New York. 

4665 

Dampier (William Cecil) Shorter history of science, 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 182979; Macmillan co., New 
York. 4685 

Danne (Harold Alexander)* New York. Life energy 
of species. © Aug. 24, 1344; A 182402. * 4567 

Dante Aiighieri. Divine comedy of Dante Alighieri. 
Translated into English verse by Melville Best 
Andersen, with notes and elucidations by the 
translator. An introduction by Arthur Livingston. 
© July 10, 1944: A 182512; Heritage press, New 
York. 4668 

Davis (Malvin E.) Industrial life insurance in the 
United States. 1st ed. © Aug. 24, 1944; A 
182472; McGraw-Hill book co.. inc., New York. 

4669 

Dean (Graham M.)* Reno, Nev. Riders of the 
Gabilans. © Sept. 15, 1844; A 182899. 467C 

De Capite (Michael)* Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. No 
bright banner. © Aug. 24, 1944; A 182453. 

4671 

De Gouy (Louis P.)* New York. Bread tray. © 
Aug. 25, 1944; A 182580. 4672 

De Leeuw (Cateau)* New York. Day to come. © 
May 17, 1944; A 1S3017. 4673 

Deming (Flora Bogue)* Erie, Pa. Bogue genealogy. 
© July 29, 1944; A 182975. 4674 

Derleth (August)* Sauk City, Wis. Sleep no more. 
© Sept. 21, 1944; A 183072. 4675 

[Dern (Peggy)] 4676, 4677 

First love; by Peggy Gaddis. © May 17. 1944; A 

183005. 
Substitute angel, by Georgia Craig [oseud.] © 

June 16, 1944; A 183019. 
© Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

Derrickson (Marione R.) ed. Laugh it off. © Sept. 
11, 1944; A 182791; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 4678 

De Sola (Ralph) Microfilming. © May 19, 1944; 
A 182598; Essential books, inc., New York. 

4679 

Deutsch (Babette) Take them, stranger. © Aug. 
21, 1944; A 182538; Henry Holt & co.,-inc, New 
York. 4680 

De Vries (Peter)* New York. Angels can't do 
better. © Aug. 28. 1944; \ 182615. 4681 

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Dickinson (Margaret S.)* Boston. Travelers rest. 
© Aug. 12, 1944; A 182480. 4682 

[Dickson (Horatio Henry Lovat)}* Ewhurst, Surrey, 
* England. Out of the west land,-by Lovat Dickson. 

© 1 c. Aur. 30, 1944; A ad int. 28431; pubd.Aug . 

28. 4683 



Dickson (Maxcy Robson) Food front in world war 
I. © May 2, 1944; A 182782; Amer. council on 
public affairs, Washington. 4684 

Dillon (William A.)* Ithaca, N. Y. Life doubles in 
brass. © Sept. 14, 1944; A 182857. 4685 

Divine (Arthur Durham)* London. Navies in exile. 
[1st ed.] © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; A ad int. 28437; 
pubd. June 30. 4636 

Dodge (Harold F.) Sampling inspection tables, by 
H. F. Dodge and Harry G. Rcmig. © Sept. 20, 
1944: A 183074; Bell telephone laboratories, inc., 
New York. 4687 

Doibier (Maurice) Jenny, the bus that nobody loved. 
© Sept. 18, 1944; A 182993; Random house, inc., 
New York. 4688 

Douglas (R. Langton) Leonardo Da Vinci, his life 
and his pictures. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182878; 
University of Chicago, Chicago. 4889 

DuBois (Gaylord) Pony express. © July 15, 1944; 
A 182733; Artists & writars guild, inc., New 
York. 4690 

Dumke (Glenn S.) Boom of the eighties in southern 
California. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 182607; Henry. E. 
Huntington library & art gallery, San Marino, 
Calif. * 4691 

Duncan (Norvin C.)* Asheville, N. C. People, 
places, thirds. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182742. 

4592 

Dunham (Donald)* New York. Envoy unextraordi- 
nary. © Aug 31, 1844; A 182560. 4893 

[Dunniger (Joseph)] What's on your mind? By 
Dunniger. [Forum books ed.] © July 10, 1944; 
A 182581; World pub. co., Cleveland. 4694 

Durbeck (William E.) Impacted lower third molar. 
© Jan. 25, 1944; A 182773; Dental items of 
interest pub. co., inc., Brooklyn. 4695 

Dvorine (Israel)* Baltimore. Dvorine. v. 1, 2. © 
Sept. 8, 1944; A 182658." 4696 

Dyer (Caroline) Tale of two houses. © Sept. 11, 
1944; A 182792; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. ■ 4697 

Early (William S.)* A. P. O. 31, c/o Postmaster, 
San Francisco. Annihilation of Naziism. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1944; A ad int. 28441; pubd. June 3. 

4698 

Eaton (Jeanette) Lone journey. © Sept. 14, 1944; 
A 182954; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 



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Ebeyer (Pierre Paul)* Jefferson Parish, La. Para- 
mours of the Creoles. ©July 15, 1944; A 182648. 

4700 

Eccles (Marriner S.) Curbing inflation throug* 
taxation, by M. S. Eccles, J. W. Oliver, Milton 
Gilbert [and others] © July 10, 1944; A 182645; 
Tax institute, inc., New York. 4701 

Edelstadt (Vera)* New York. Young fighters of 
the Soviets. [1st ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 
183038. 4702 

Electronic engineering, v. 17, no. 199, Sept., 1944. 
© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; A ad int. 28470; pubd. 
Aug. 31; Hulton press, ltd., London. 4703 

Epperson (Aloise Barbour)* Norfolk, Va. Hills of 
yesterday and other poems. © July 15, 1944; A 
182628. 4704 

Erdnase (S. W.) Expert at the card table. © July 
20, 1944; A 182636; Paul Fleming Gemmill, 
Swarthmore, Pa. 4705 

Escape from Konigstein. ©July 21, 1944; A 182723; 
Press alliance, inc., New York. 4706 

Espaillat de la Mota (Francisco)* New York. 
Teoria del estado terraqueo„ © Aug. 15, 1944; 
A 182371. 4707 

Ets (Marie Hall)* New York. In the forest. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 182900. 4708 

Ettlinger (Harold) Fair, fantastic Paris. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 30, 1944; A 182544; Bobbs-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 4709 

Evans (Bergen) Psychiatry of Robert Burton, by 
B. Evans in consultation with George J. Mohr. 
©Sept. 15, 1944; A 182908; Columbia univ. press, 
New York. 4710 

Everberg (Carl B.) Extension agreements with 
debtors. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182367; Ronald 
press co., New York. 4711 

Fair (A. A.) Give 'em the ax. [Victory ed.] © Sept 
13, 1944; A 182840; William Morrow & co., inc., 
New York. 4712 

Fast (Howard Melvin)* New York. Freedom road. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 16, 1944; A 182596. 4713 

Federal code annotated, v. 9. 1944 replacement 
volume. © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182947; Bobbs-Mer- 
rill co., Indianapolis. 4714 

Federal reporter. Second series, v. 141 F. 2d. © 
Aug. 14, 1944; A 182570; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

4715 

Federal supplement, v. 54. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 
182850; West pub. co., St. Paul. 4716 

Federal writers' project. Pennsylvania. 

4717,4718 
Story of coal. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 182576. 
Story of iron and steel. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 

182575. 
© Division of extension education, Board of 
public education, Philadelphia. 



Ferrini (Vincent)* Lynn, Mass. Blood of the tene- 
ment, [lsted.] © Aug. 4, 1944; A 182356. 

4719 

[Fetter (Elizabeth H.)]* Santa Fe.N.M. Till the boys 
come home, by Hannah Lees. [1st ed.] © Sept. 
13, 1944; A 182884. 4720 

Field (Peter) Midnight round-up. © Aug. 25, 1944; 
A 182516; Jefferson house, inc., New York. 

4721 

Fish (Helen Dean) Little book of colors. [1st ed.] 
© Sept. 18, 1944; A 183004; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 4722 

Fiske (Edward R.)* Boston. Fiske plan for free 
enterprise and post-war employment. ©Sept. 7, 
1944; A 182744. 4723 

Flake (Arthur) Life at eighty, as I see it. © July 22, 
1944; A 182532; Broadman press, Nashville. 

4724 

Fleming (W. S.) God in our. public schools. © July 
26, 1944; A 182527; Natl, reform assn., Pitts- 
burgh. 4725 

Flexner (James Thomas)* Clintonville, Conn. Steam- 
boats come true. © Sept. 8, 1944; A 182759. 

4726 

Florida. Florida statutes annotated, v. 25, 26. © 
Aug. 25, 1944; A 182572'; Harrison co., Atlanta 
& West pub. co., St. Paul. 4727 

Foner (Philips.) ed. Basic writings of Thomas Jef- 
ferson. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183080; Willeybook 
co., New York. 4728 

Foote (Kay Stevens) Walkabout down under. © Aug. 
21, 1944; A 182727; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 4729 

Francis Joseph, sister, ed. Our government and our 
civic duties. A text for the upper grades of 
Catholic elementary schools, by a committee of 
teachers of social studies. Texas ed. © Aug. 10, 
1944; A 182407; Benziger bros., inc., New York. 

4730 

Frank (Waldo)* Truro, Mass. Jew in our day. [1st 
ed.] © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182597. 4731 



Fraser (Chelsea) Story of aircraft. ©Sept. 5, 1944; 
A 182700; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New York. 

4732 

Frederick (J. George) New deal, a people's capital- 
ism, by J. G. Frederick. Chapters by William L. 
Batt, Chester Bowles [and] Alben W. Barkley. © 
Aug. 28, 1944; A 182962; Business bourse, New 
York. 4733 

Free Methodist publishing house. General confer- 
ence. Doctrines and discipline of the Free Meth- 
odist church of North America. © Aug. 2, 1944; 
A 182852; Free MethodisUpub. house, Winona 
Lake, Ind. 4734 

Freund (Philip)* New York. Young Greek and the 
Creole and other stories. © Sept. 7, 1944; A 
182853. 4735 



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Fry (John Hemming)* Cos Cob, Conn. Paintings, 
drawings and bronzes. © July 1, 1944; A 182445. 

4736 

Fuller (Edmund)* Nyack, N. Y. John Milton. [1st 
ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182460. 4737 

Fuller (Samuel Michael)* New York. Dark page. 
© Aug. 25, 1944; A 182909. 4738 

[Gabriel (Hans Michel)] Rier y aprender, by Miguel 
Gabriel [pseud.] © June 6, 1944; A 182644; 
Frederick Ungar, New York. 4739 

Gall (Alice Grew) All the year round, by Alice Gall 
and Fleming Crew. © Aug. 31, 1944; A 182625; 
Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., New York. 

4740 

Garrett (Helen)* Albany & Politi (Leo)* San Fran- 
cisco. Angelo, the naughty one. Story by H. 
Garrett, pictures by Leo Politi. © Sept. 18, 
1944; A 182961. 4741 

Garrison (Joan) Star to hold. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 
182641; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 4742 

Garst (Doris Shannon) Jack London, magnet for ad- 
venture. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182987; Julian 
Messner, inc., New York. 4743 

Gauvreau (Emile) Wild blue yonder. [1st ed.] © 
Aug. 18, 1944; A 182384; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 4744 

Gay (Romney) Hi-ho for the country. © July 15, 
1944; A 182669; Phyllis Britcher, New York. 

4745 

Gearhart (Robert Harris) }r, Tale of the widows' 
sons. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 182620; Muhlenberg 
press, Philadelphia. 4746 

Gerschenkron (Alexander) Bread and democracy in 
Germany. © Dec. 14, 1943; A 182995; Regents 
of the Univ. of California, Berkeley, Calif. 

4747 

Gessler (Clifford) Tropic earth. © Aug. 26, 1944; 
A 182542; Wagon & star publishers, West Los 
Angeles, Calif. 4748 

Gibbons (Stella)* New York. The bachelor. © Sept. 
12, 1944; A 182837. 4749 

Gibson (Hugh)* Pawling, N. Y. Road to foreign 
policy. [1st ed.] © July 21, 1944; A 182618. 

4750 

Gill (John)* Oxford, Md. Yesterday's a festival.© 
Aug. 22, 1944; A 183058. 4751 

[Gillham (Elizabeth Enright)]* New York. Then 
there were five, by Elizabeth Enright. © Sept. 
21, 1944; A 183071. 4752 

Gingery (L. F.)* Rushville, Mo. Dogs and hounds. 
© July 14, 1944; A 182508. 4753 

Gleit (Maria) Pierre keeps watch. ©July 17, 1944; 
A 182724; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

4754 



[Goddard (Gloria)] Susan Merton on the home 
front, by Louise Logan [pseud.] © Apr. 17, 1944; 
A 183010; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

4755 

Goddard (Kate Cox) Poems for little ears. © Sept. 
7, 1944; A 182862; Piatt & Munk co., inc., New 
York. 4756 

Gordon (Leland J.) Economics for consumers. © 
Sept. 5, 1944; A 182654; Amer. book co., New 
York. 4757 

Goudge (Elizabeth)* Westerland, Nr. Paignton, 
South Devon, England. Green Dolphin street. © 
Aug. 28, 1944; A 182515. 4758 

Grahame (Kenneth) First whisper of The wind in 
the willows, by K. Grahame. Edited, with an in- 
troduction, by Elspeth Grahame. © 1 c. Sept. 
12, 1944; A ad int. 28473; pubd. July 13; Elspeth 
Grahame, Pangbourne, Berkshire, England. 

4759 

Grant (Hugh Duncan) Cloud and weather atlas. © 
Aug. 28, 1944; A 182617; Coward-McCann, inc., 
New York. 4760 

Green (Theodore L.)* Richmond, Ind. Mystoreroom 
of dreams. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182504. 4761 

[Gregory (Marya Zaturenska)]* Palisades, N. Y. 
Golden mirror, by Marya Zaturenska. © Aug. 
22, 1944; A 182374. 4762 

Gregory (Thomas C.) comp 1 Uses and applications 
of chemicals and related materials, v. 2. © 
Sept. 12, 1944; A 182785; Reinhold pub. corp., 
New York. 4763 

Greif (Raymond N.) Military and commercial air- 
craft hydraulics. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182811; 
Pitman pub. corp., New York. 4764 

Gresham (Robert J.)* Los Angeles. Autobiography 
of Ole Burt. ©Aug. 11, 1944; A 182494. 4765 

Grey (Vivien) So deep my love. © May 17, 1944; 
A 183015; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

4766 

Groves (Ernest R.) Preparation for marriage. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; A 182378; Emerson books, inc., 
New York. 4767 



Gumpert (Martin)* New York. You are younger 
than you think. [1st ed.] © Aug. 17, 1944; A 
183068. 4768 

Haas (Louis J.) Practical occupational therapy for 
the mentally and nervously ill. © Sept. 11, 1944; 
A 182827; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 4769 

Hader (Berta) & Hader (Elmer)* Nyack, N. Y. 
Berta and Elmer Hader's picture book of Mother 
Goose. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182616. 4770 

Hagie (C. E.) American rifle for hunting and target 
shooting. © Sept. 5, 1944; A 182649; Macmillan 
co., New York. 4771 



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Hailey (Foster)* Little Neck, L. I., N. Y. Pacific 
battle line. © Sept. 5, 1944; A 182651. " 4772 

Haines (Paul) Problems in prose. © Sept. 13, 1944; 
A 182883; Harper & bros., New York. 4773 

Hall (William) Stilty, the deer who learned to eat, 
by W. Hall and Charlotte Steiner. © Aug. 22, 
1944; A 182425; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New 
York. 4774 

Haller (William) ed. Leveller tracts, 1847-1653, 
edited by W. Haller and Godfrey Davies. © Sept. 
1, 1944; A 182688; Columbia univ. press, New 
York. 4775 

Halsey (George D.) Making and using industrial 
service ratings. [1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 
182461; Harper & bros., New York. 4776 

Hamill (Stuart) Scorn her own image. © June 16, 
1944; A 183011; Samuel Curl, inc., New York. 

4777 

Hamilton (Charles W.) Preparing for business, by 
C. W. Hamilton, J. Francis Gallagher and Charles 
Fancher. © Aug. 11, 1944; A 182394; Prentice- 
Hall, inc., New York. 4778 

Hardy (Kay)* New York. Sewing for the baby. © 
July 28, 1944; A 182737. 4779 

Harkins (Philip) Bomber pilot. © Sept. 21, 1944; 
A 182999; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 

4780 

[Harmon (Harry)] New anecdota Americana. ©Aug. 
15, 1944; A 182612; Grayson pub. corp., New York. 

4781 

Harsh (Philip Whaley) Handbook of classical drama. 
© Sept. 5, 1944; A 182752; Board of trustees of 
Leland Stanford junior univ., Stanford University, 
Calif. 4782 

Barter (Robert A.)* Milan, Mich. Soldier's poems. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 182396. 4783 

Hartley (J. M.) The way. © Sept. 19, 1944; A 
182973; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New York. 

4784 

Haven (Violet Sweet)* Los Angeles. Gentlemen of 
Japan. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182895. 4785 

Hays (Hoffman R.)* New York. Lie down in dark- 
ness. © Sept. 6, 1944; A 182668. 4786 

Haywood (Carolyn) Here's a Penny. © Aug. 24, 
1944; A 182665; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 4787 

Hazlett (T. Lyle) ed. Introduction to industrial 
medicine. © Aug. 18, 1944; A 183052; University 
of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh. 4788 

Heard (H. F.) Great fog and other weird tales. © 
Aug. 31, 1944; A 182537; Vanguard press, inc., 
New York. 4789 

Heartman (Charles F.) comp . Bibliography of first 
printings of the writings of Edgar Allan Poe, 
compiled by C.F. Heartman and James R. Canny. 
[Limited ed.] © Jan. 25, 1944; A 182360; Book 
farm, Hattiesburg, Miss. 4790 



Heberden (M. V.)* New York. Murder of a stuffed 
shirt. [1st ed.] © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183027. 

4791 



Hecht (Ben)* Nyack, N. Y. 
25, 1944; A 182740. 



hate actors! © 



Aug. 
4792 



Hedworth (Barbara) I'll wait for you. © May 17, 
1944; A 183018; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

4793 

Heimer (Mel) World ends at Hoboken. © Sept. 18, 
1944; A 182931; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 4794 

Henius (Frank) ed, Stories from the Americas, 
collected and translated by F. Henius. © Aug. 
14, 1944; A 182726; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 4795 

Henry (Marguerite) Boy and a dog. © Sept. 5,1944; 
A 182830; Wilcox & Follett co., Chicago. 4796 

Hermens (Ferdinand A.) Tyrants' war and the 
peoples' peace. ©• Aug. 21, 1944; A 182412; 
University of Chicago, Chicago. 4797 

Hertzler (Arthur E.)* Halstead, Kan. Ventures in 
science of a country surgeon. © Aug. 24, 1944; 
A 182876. 4798 

Heydon (J. K.) God of love. © Sept. 6, 1944; A 
182647; Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 4799 

Hills (E. C.) Portuguese grammar, by E. C. Hills, 
J. D. M. Ford and J. de S. Coutinho. Revised by 
L. G. Moffatt. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183001; D. C. 
Heath & co., Boston. 4800 

Hinkson (Pamela)* London. Golden rose. [1st 
American ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183040. 

4801 

Hockett (Homer Carey) Land of the free. [By] H. 
C. Hockett [and] Arthur Meier Schlesinger. © 
Sept. 12, 1944; A 182984; Macmillan co., New 
York. 4802 

Hodges (Fred Jenner) Gastro-intestinal tract, a 
handbook of Roentgen diagnosis. © Aug. 9, 1944; 
A 182522; Year book publishers, inc., Chicago. 

4803 

Koeksema (Herman) Wonder of grace. © Aug. 28, 
1944; A 182505^ William B. Eerdmans pub. CO., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 4804 



Hoffman (W. D.) The Running M. © Sept. 
A 182642; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; 
4805 



Hofstadter (Richard) Social Darwinism in American 
thought, 1860-1915. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182989; 
Amer. historical «ssn., Washington. 4806 

Hogner (Dorothy Childs)* New York. Reward for 
Brownie. © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182877. 4807 

Holberg (Ruth Langland) Michael and the captain. 
© Sept. 19, 1944; A 182974; Thomas Y. Crowell 
co., New York. 4808 



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Holland (Ray P.) Shotgunning in the uplands. © 
Sept. 18, 1844; A 183046; Countryman press, 
West Hartford, Vt. 4809 

Holton (Edith Austin)* DeLand, Fla. Yankees were 
like this. [1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182882. 

4810 

Hool (George A.) ed. Reinforced concrete and 
masonry structures. [Edited by J G. A. Hool and 
W. S. Kinne, revised by R. R. Zipprodt. © Aug. 

7, 1944; A 182689; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 4811 

Horan (Kenneth)* Evanston, 111. Bashful woman. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182716. 4812 

Horovitz (Samuel B.)* Boston. Injury and death 
under Workmen's compensation laws. © Sept. 

8, 1944; A 182774. 4813 

Howard (Janet) Jumpy, the kangaroo. © Aug. 24, 
1944; A 182535; Lothrop, Lee & Shepard co., 
New York. 4814 

Howard (Philip E.) Charles Gallaudet Trumbull, 
apostle of the victorious life. © July 21, 1944; 
A 183025; Sunday school times co., Philadelphia. 

4815 

Howenstine (E. Jay) jr. Economics of demobilization. 
© July 11, 1944; A 182683; Amer. council on 
public affairs, Washington. 4816 

[Hudson (Paul M.)]* Vallejo, Calif. World healer, 
by P. M. Kourenhoff [pseud.] © Aug. 8, 1944; 
A 182436. 4817 

Huebner (S. S.) Economics of life insurance. © 
Aug. 22, 1944; A 182810; D. Appleton-Century 
co., inc., New York. 4818 

Hughes (Rupert)* Los Angeles. Story of Thomas 
E. Dewey, attorney for the people. © Sept. 20, 
1944; A 183020. 4819 

[Humphries (Adelaide)] Visiting nurse, by Kathleen 
Harris [pseud.] © Apr. 17, 1944; A 183008; 
Arcadia house, inc., New York. 4820 

Hunt (Erling M.) ed. Citizens for a new world. © 
July 20, 1944; A 182400; Natl, council for the 
social studies, Washington. 4821 

Hunt (Frazier) Mac Arthur and the war against 
Japan. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182728; Charles Scrib- 
ner's sons, New York. 4822 

Hutchens (Paul) Sugar Creek gang flies to Cuba. 
© Sept. 14, 1944; A 183060; William B. Eerdmans 
pub. co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 4823 

Huxley (Aidous Leonard)* Llano, Calif. Time must 
have a stop. [1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182462. 

4824 

Illustrated London news. v. 205. 4825-4831 

No. 5491, July 15, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28428; pubd. July 15. 
No. 5483, July 29, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28429; pubd. July 29. 
No. 5494. Aug. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; 

A ad int. 28446; pubd. Aug. 5. 



No. 5495, Aug. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 

A ad int. 28466; pubd. Aug. 12. 
No. 5496, Aug. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 

A ad int. 28454; pubd. Aug. 19. 
No. 5497, Aug. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 

A ad int. 28455; pubd. Aug. 26. 
No. 5498, Sept. 2, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 

A ad int. 28467; pubd. Sept. 2. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York 



1944 



1944; 



1944; 



1944; 



Incarnation of the Word of God, being the treatise 
of St. Athanasius— De incarnatione verbi Dei. 
Newly translated into English by a Religious of 
C. S. M. V. S. Th. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; A ad 
int. 28432; pubd. Feb. 21; Macmillan co., New 
York. 4832 

International textbook co.,* Scranton, Pa. Ele- 
mentary navigation, v. 1. Special ed. for the 
United States maritime service institute. © June 
28, 1944; A 182545. 4833 

Ives (Florence L.) Voice in the wilderness. © Sept. 
6, 1944; A 182681; Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston. 4834 

Jaque (R. Stewart) One language. © May 31, 1944; 
A 182369; J. F. Rowny press, Santa Barbara, 
Calif. 4835 

Jarrett (Edith Moore)* Fillmore, Caiif . Sal y sabor 
de Mexico. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182822. 4836 

Jeffery (Gordon Harry)* Southsea, Hampshire, 
England. Job in the north. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1944; 
A ad int. 28415; pubd. June 26. 4837 

Jenkins (Dorothy H.)* Flushing, L. I., N. Y. & Wil- 
son (Helen Van Pelt)* Philadelphia. Enjoy your 
house plants. © July 28, 1944; A 182736. 4838 

Jenkins (Elizabeth)* London. Report and Helen. © 
1 c. Sept. 15, 1944; A ad int. 28459; pubd. June 5. 

4839 

Jennison (Keith) New Hampshire. © Aug. 21, 1944; 
A 182679; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 

4840 

Jewell (Edward Alden) French impressionists and 
their contemporaries represented in American 
collections. Preface by E. A. Jewell. Photo re- 
search and biographies by Aimee Crane. © Sept. 
15, 1944; A 183055; Hyperion press, New York. 

4841 

Johnsen (Julia E.) comp . Canada and the western 
hemisphere. © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182477; H. W. 
Wilson co., New York. 4842 

Johnson (Harriett) Your career in music. [1st ed.] 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 182814; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 4843 

Johnson (Melvin M.) jr., * Boston. Rifles and ma- 
chine guns. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182546. 4844 

Jones (Virgil Carrington) Ranger Mosby. © Sept. 
2, 1944; A 182590; University of North Carolina 
press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 4845 



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Judson (Clara Ingram)* Evanston, III. They came 
from Scotland. © Sept. 19, 1944; A 183031. 

4846 

Judson (Lyman Spicer)* Danville, 111. Public speak- 
ing for future farmers. © July 31, 1944; A 
182702. 4847 

Kantor (MacKinlay)* Sarasota, Fla. Author's 
choice. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182813. 4848 

Keeler (Harry Stephen) Case of the 16 beans. © 
Sept. 1, 1944; A 182637; Phoenix press, New 
York. 4849 

Keeler (Katherine Southwick)* Scarsdale, N. Y. 
Apple rush. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182874. 4850 

Keith (Alice) How to speak and write for radio. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182468; Harper & 
bros., New York. 4851 

Kelly (Thomas J.) Damage control. © Aug. 23, 
1944; A 182553; D. Van Nostrand co., inc., New 
York. 4852 

Keohane (Robert E.) Government in action. [By] 
R. E. Keohane, Mary Pieters Keohane [and] 
Joseph D. McGoldrick. © Aug. 30, 1944; A 
182758; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 

4853 

Kernodle (George R.) From art to theatre. © Aug. 
28, 1944; A 182513; University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago. 4854 

Kerr (Ralph W.) ed. Chemistry and industry of 
starch. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 183077; Academic 
press, inc., New York. 4855 

Kierkegaard (Soren) Concept of dread, by S. Kierke- 
gaard. Translated, with introduction and notes, 
by Walter Lowrie. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 183021; 
Princeton univ. press, Princeton, N. J. 4856 

King (Dorothy N.) Fix the toys. © Sept. 13, 1944; 
A 182841; William Morrow & co., inc., New 
York. 4857 

King (Nell) When the heavens speak. © Sept. 6, 
1944; A 182682; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

4858 

Kissman (Joseph) Studies in the history of Ruma- 
nian Jews in the 19th and the beginning of the 
20th centuries. © Sept. 20, 1944; A 182923; 
Yiddish scientific institute— Yivo, inc., New York. 

4859 

Klaw (Barbara)* New York. Camp follower. © 
Aug. 18, 1944; A 182486. 4860 

Klein (A. M.) The Hitleriad. © Aug. 2, 1944; A 
182577; New directions, Norfolk, Conn. 4861 

Knight (John Alden)* Williamsport, Pa. Woodcock. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182471. 4862 

Knight (Ruth Adams) Dr. Christian's office [By] 
R. A. Knight and Jean Hersholt. © Aug. 17, 1944; 
A 182489; Randomhouse, inc., New York. 4863 



Kohn (Louis Winfield) Your digestive system. © 
Sept. 5, 1944; A 182834; Blakiston co., New York. 

4864 

[Kortchmar (Lucy Cores)]* New York. Corpse de 
ballet. [By] Lucy Cores. [War ed.] © Apr. 20, 
1944; A 182912. 4865 

Krauss (Ruth) Good man and his good wife. © Aug. 

23, 1944; A 182464; Harper & bros., New York. 

4866 

Kuo (Helena G. C.) . 4867, 4868 

Giants of China. [1st ed.] ©Aug. 22,1944; A 

182390; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New York. 
Westward to Chungking. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 

182770; H. G. C. Kuo, New York. 

Kutak (Rosemary)* Louisville. Darkness of slumber. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 20, 1944; A 183003. 4869 

Laird (Donald A.) Technique of building personal 
leadership, by D. A. Laird, with the assistance 
of Eleanor C. Laird. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182667; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 4870 

Lambert (Janet) Whoa, Matilda! © Aug. 22, 1944; 
A 182387; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New York. 

4871 

Lambert (Stephen Henry)* Brixham, South Devon, 
England. Portrait of Gideon Power. © lc.Sept. 
1, 1944; A ad int. 28434; pubd. July 20. 4872 

Lapie (Pierre Olivier)* London. My travels through 
Chad, by P. O. Lapie. Translated by Leslie Bull. 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; A ad int. 28461; pubd. Nov. 
12. 4873 

Lariar (Lawrence) ed. Best cartoons of the year 
1944. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182921; Crown pub- 
lishers, New York. 4874 

Lasance (F. X.) ed. Catholic girl's guide. © Feb. 
26, 1944; A 182574; Benziger bros., inc., New 
York. 4875 

[Lathrop (Dorothy West)]* New London, Conn. 
Northern trail adventure, by West Lathrop. © 
Sept. 18, 1944; A 182992. 4876 

Lattimore (Eleanor Frances) First grade. © Aug. 

24, 1944; A 182662; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 4877 



Laurie (Alex) Commercial flower forcing, by A. 
Laurie and D. C. Kiplinger. ©Aug. 24, 1944; A 
182433; Blakiston co., Philadelphia. 4878 

Laville (Jean)* Noumea, New Caledonia andBerko- 
witz (Joseph)* Brockton, Mass. Pacific island 
legends, by J. Laville. [Translated by] Joseph 
Berkowitz. © Apr. 14, 1944; A 182406. 4879 

Lawrence (Hilda)* Baltimore. Blood upon the snow . 
© Aug. 11, 1944; A 182778. 4880 

Lawson (Franklin D.) Human voice. [1st ed.] © 
Aug. 23, 1944; A 182457; Harper & bros. New 
York. 4881 



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Lawson (Robert)* Westport, Conn. Rabbit hill. © 
Sept. 18, 1944; A 182960. 4882 

Leader (Luther R.)* Detroit. Laboratory guide for 
dental human anatomy dissection. 1st ed. © 
May 15, 1944; A 182399. 4883 

Lee (Robert E.)* Los Angeles. Television, the 
revolution. © May 19, 1944; A 182600. 4884 

Lelen (J. M.) ed. Officium parvum Beatae Mariae 
Virginis. Ed. nova. © Aug. 4, 1944; A ,182793; 
Catholic book pub. co., New York. 4885 

Leonard (Margaret L.) Health counseling for girls. 
© Aug. 21, 1944; A 182592; A. S. Barnes & co., 
inc., New York. .4886 

[Leslie (A.)] 4887, 4888 

Lone star treasure, by Jackson Cole [pseud.] © 

May 17, 1944; A 183016. 
Trail herd, by Bradford Scott [pseud.] © June 

16, 1944; A 183012. 
© Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

Levy (Rosalie Marie) ed. Heart talks with Jesus. 
4th series. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 182533; Catholic 
book pub. co., New York. 4889 

[Lewis (Mary Christina)]* New York. Green for 
danger, by Christianna Brand [pseud.] © Aug. 
22, 1944; A 182415. 4890 

Lewitt (Jan), Lewitt (Alina) & Himmelfarb (Jerzy)* 
London. Blue Peter. Story and pictures by 
Lewitt-Him. Words by Alina Lewitt. © lc.Mar. 
7, 1944; A ad int. 28419; pubd. Jan. 21. 4891 

Lieb (Frederick G.)* St. Louis. St. Louis Cardinals. 
© Aug. 25, 1944; A 182475. 4892 

Liebeler (Jean Mayer)* Minneapolis. You, the jury. 
© Aug. 24, 1944; A 182418. 4893 

Lilliput. v. 15, no. 3, Sept., 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1944; A ad int. 28456; pubd. Aug. 21; Pocket 
publications, ltd., London. 4894 

Lindley (Harlow) ed. Captain Cushing in the war of 
1812. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 182624; Ohio state 
archaeological & historical soc, Columbus, O. 

4895 



Loft (Jacob)* Brooklyn. 
7, 1944; A 182720. 



Printing trades. 



© Sept. 
4896 



Lomax (Bliss) Horsethief creek. [1st ed.] © Sept. 
7, 1944; A 182714; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., 
New York. 4897 

Long (Laura M.)* Columbus, Ind. Fuss V feathers. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182803. 4898 

Longaker (Mark) Ernest Dowson. © Sept. 15, 1944; 
A 182990; University of Pennsylvania press, 
Philadelphia. 4899 

Loss (H.) Spanish review grammar. © Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182366; Ronald press co., New York. 

4900 



Lovelace (Delos W.)* Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 
General Ike Eisenhower. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 
182578. 4901 

[Lubell (Winifred Milius)}* Yorktown Heights, N. 
Y. Here comes daddy, by Winifred Milius. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 182872. 4902 

Lucas (Jini)* New York. Combat correspondent. © 
Sept. 18, 1944; A 182955. 4903 

Ludwig (Charles) Adventures of Juma. © Aug. 11, 
1944; A 182856; Gospel trumpet co., Anderson, 
Ind. 4904 

McCallum (Eva B.) Learning in the nursery class. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 182591; C. D. Pantle, St. 
Louis. , 4905 

[McCloskey (Richard Gordon)] R. O. T. C. manual 
for essentially military s'choo Is. Third and fourth 
years advance course. © Aug. 9, 1944; A 
182543; Military service pub. co., Harrisburg, 
Pa. 4906 

McCully (Johnston) South of the pass. © Apr. 17, 
1944; A 183006; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

4907 

MacDonald (Alexander) Revolt in paradise. © Sept. 
11, 1944; A 182854; Stephen Daye, inc., New York. 

4908 

McFee (William)* Brookfield, Conn. Ship to shore. 
© Sept. 6, 1944; A 182745. 4909 

McGinley (Laurence J.) Form-criticism of the sy- 
noptic healing narratives. © July 15, 1944; A 
182748; Woodstock college press, Woodstock, 
Md. 4910 

MacGregor (Jessie G.) Jesus, the Christ. © Mar. 
30, 1944; A 182739; Gospel light press, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 4911 

[McHugh (Dorothy Adams)}* Douglaston, L. I., N. 
Y. We stood alone. [By] Dorothy Adams. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 1, 1944; A 182588. 4912 



[McKaughan (Elizabeth Honness)] Great gold piece 
mystery, by Elizabeth Honness. © Sept. 14, 1944; 
A 182863; Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., 
New York. 4913 

McLean (Alexandra) pseud . Echoes of the singing 
flame. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182551; Beatrice M. 
Holloway, Pasadena. 4914 

McLellan (Mary C.) Way of the wilderness. © Sept. 
2, 1944; A 182680; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 4915 

McNeer (May) 4916, 4917 

Covered wagon. © July 15, 1944; A 182734. 
Gold rush. © July 15, 1944; A 182735. 
© Artists & writers guild, inc., New York. 

Madison (Ray)* Center, Col. Sangre de Cristo and 
other poems. © Sept. 9, 1944; A 182797. 4918 



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Malin (James C.) Winter wheat in the golden belt 
of Kansas. ©Aug.l, 1944; A 182511; University 
of Kansas press, Lawrence, Kan. 4S19 

Malinowski (Bronislaw) Scientific theory of culture 
and other essays. © Sept. 16, 1944; A 182964; 
University of North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, 
N. C. 4920 

[Malleson (Lucy)]* London. He came by night, by 
Anthony Gilbert [pseud.] © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1944; 
A ad int. 28474; pubd. June 5. 4921 

Maltz (Albert)* LosAngeles. Cross and the arrow. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182903. 4922 

Marcetteau (B. F.l Priest's companion. © July 31, 
1944; A 182526; Benziger bros., inc., New York. 

4923 

Margulies (Leo) ed. Wings over the world. © Jan. 
13, 1942; A 182582; Hampton pub. co., New York. 

4924 

Markowa (Eugenia) Glowing lily. © Sept. 8, 1944; 
A 182826; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 4925 

Mauro (Philip) Seventy weeks and the great tribu- 
lation. © Aug. 7, 1944; A 182609; Irwin C. 
Herendeen, Swengel, Pa. 4926 

Maurois (Andre) pseud. La machine a lire les pen- 
sees. [By] A. Maurois. Edited by Edward P. 
Shaw and Charles W. Colman. © June 28, 1944; 
A 182915; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New York. 

4927 

Mayerberg (Samuel S.)* Kansas City, Mo. Chron- 
icle of an American crusader. © Aug. 23, 1944; 
A 182398. 4928 

Meade (Agnes Barrie) Manual of clinical charting. 
© Sept. 11, 1944; A 182823; J. B. Lippincott co., 
Philadelphia. 4929 

Meader (Stephen W.) Long trains roll. © Sept. 14, 
1944; A 182953; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 4930 

[Medary (Margaret P.)]* Hampton, Conn. Buckey 
boy, by Marjorie Medary. © Sept. 13, 1944; A 
182804. 4931 

Mendell (Brooks)* New York. Protect yourself. 
© Apr. 28, 1944; A 182913. 4932 

Mendelsohn (Eric) Three lectures on architecture. 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 182996; Regents of the Univ. 
of California, Berkeley, Calif. 4933 

Merrick (Hugh)* Gerrards Cross, Bucks., England. 
Andreas at sundown, © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; A ad 
int. 28435; pubd. July 3. 4934 

Meyer (John J.)* Yonkers, N. Y. Immortal tales of 
Joe Shaun. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 182509. 4935 

Meyer (Oscar) Von Bismarck zu Hitler, erinnerun- 
gen und betrachtungen. © Sept. 6, 1944; A 
182966; Friedrich Krause, New York. 4936 

Mieville (A. L.) Astro-navigation. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 
1944; A ad int. 28468; pubd. July 23, 1942; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 4937 



Millar (Kenneth)* New York. Dark tunnel. 
12, 1944; A 182835. 



Sept. 
4938 



Miller (Norman F.) Gynecology and gynecologic 
nursing, by N. F. Miller and Virginia Bryant, 
with a chapter on the gynecology operating room, 
by. Molly Kowal. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 183043; W. 
B. Saunders co., Philadelphia. 4939 

Minnesota skyline. Anthology of poems about Min- 
nesota. [1st ed.] © Aug. 26, 1944; A 183064; 
League of Minnesota poets, Minneapolis. 

4940 

Mises (Ludwig, edler von) Bureaucracy. © Sept. 
19, 1944; A 183044; Yale univ.press, New Haven. 

4941 

Mock (Elizabeth) gd.. Built in U. S. A., 1932-1944. 
© July 24, 1944; A 182622; Museum of modern 
art, New York. 4942 



Miller (Guido Leo John Christmas) ft Watson 
(Augusta Marjory Katherine)* London. Educa- 
tion in democracy, by John Christmas Miller and 
Katherine Watson. © 1 c. May 2, 1944; A ad int. 
28417; pubd. Mar. 17. 4943 

Molloy (Anne S.)* Exeter, N. H. Decky's secret. 
© Sept. 19, 1944; A 183033. 4944 

Mook (Hubertus Johannes van) 4945, 4948 

Netherlands Indies and Japan. [1st ed.] © July 

28, 1944; A 182647; W. W. Norton ft co., inc., 

New York. 
Netherlands Indies and Japan, their relations, 

1940-1941. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; A ad int. 

28442; pubd. June 15; George Allen ft Unwin, 

ltd., London. 

Moore (Robert Allan) Textbook of patholog v. © Sept. 
15, 1944; A 182956; W. B. Saunders co., Phila- 
delphia. 4947 

Moore (Zoe Steen) Essentials of parliamentary 
procedure. [By] Z. S. Moore and John B. Moore. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182456; Harper ft 
bros., New York. 4948 



Morecock (Earle M.) Direct-current circuits. [1st 
ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182485; Rochester 
athenaeum ft mechanics institute, Rochester, N. 
Y. 4949 

MOrosco (Helen M.) Oracle of Broadway, life of 
Oliver Morosco, by H. M. Morosco and Leonard 
Paul Dugger. ©Aug. 22, 1944; A 182514; Caxton 
printers, ltd., Caldwell, Id. 4950 

Morrison (Theodore)* Cambridge, Mass. Devious 
* way. © Sept. 15, 1944; A-182896.. 4951 

Mott(JohnR.) Larger evangelism. ©Aug. 23, 1944; 
A 182710; Whitmore ft Stone, Nashville. 4952 

Murrett (John C.) Tar Heel apostle, Thomas Fred- 
erick Price, cofounder of Maryknoll. © Aug. 23, 
1944; A 182491; Catholic foreign mission soc. of 
America, Maryknoll, N. Y. 4953 



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Mustard (Harry S.) Introduction to public health. 
© Sept. 13, 1S44; A 182904; Macmillan co., New 
York. 4954 

Myers (Vest C.) Great cities and why they grew, 
by V. C. Myers and Felix Snider. © Sept. 13, 
1944; A 182946; Edwards press, Osceola, Mo. 

4955 

Nabors (William C.) Prophecy on parade. © Sept. 
5, 1944; A 182657; Destiny publishers, Haverhill, 
Mass. 4956 

Naether (Carl A.) Book of the pigeon. © Sept, 15, 
1944; A 182971; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 

4957 
Najder (Kasimir W.)* Lake Orion, Mich. Machine 
designers' guide. © July 10, 1944; A 182451. 

4958 



Nash (Eleanor Arnett)* New York, 
life. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182771. 



Footnote to 
4959 



National broadcasting co., inc.,* New York. Fourth 
chime. © July 6, 1944; A 182365. 4960 

Nebraska. Supreme court. Reports of cases, v. 
143. © July 29, 1944; A 182967; Henry P. Stod- 
dart, reporter of the Supreme court, for the ben- 
efit of the state of Nebraska, Lincoln, Neb. 

4961 

Nesbitt (Nell Smidell) Gobi Camel. © Aug. 15, 
1944; A 182454; Caxton printers, ltd., Caldwell, 
rd. 4962 

New Century dictionary of the English language. 
Edited by H. G. Emery and K. G. Brewster, v. 
1, 2. © July 25, 1944; A i82496; D. Appleton- 
Century co., inc., New York. 4963 



New York (State) Criminal law and practice of the 
state of New York, by Frank B. Gilbert. © Aug. 
25, 1944; A 182483; Matthew Bender ti co., inc., 
Albany. 4964 

Court of appeals . Reports of cases decided. 

v. 291. © Aug. 30, 1944; A 182945; Thomas J. 
Curran, secretary of state of New York, Albany. 

4965 



New York supplement. Second series, v. 47 N. Y. 
S. 2d. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182845; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 4966 

New York trust co.,* New York. 1944 amendments 
affecting wills, trusts and estates in New York 
and emergency mortgage laws. © July 24, 1944; 
A 182450. 4967 

Newman (Barclay Moon) Japan's secret weapon. © 
June 2, 1944; A 182608; Current pub. co., New 
York 4968 

Nichols (Charles J.)* Portland, Me. James Nichols 
(Nickels) of Searsportand his descendants, 1733- 
1943. © Aug. 9, 1944; A 182611. 4989 

Nolen (Barbara) Luck and pluck. © Sept. 12, 1944; 
A 182890; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 4970 



Noller (Ella M.) Life line. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 
182510; William B." Eerdmans pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 4971 

Norris (Kathleen Thompson)* Saratoga, Caiif . Love 
calls the tune, [lsted.] ©Aug. 14, 1944;A 182361. 

4972 

Worth eastern reporter. Second series, v. 54 N. E. 
2d. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182565; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. ' 4973 

[Ohio supplement, v. 13] © Aug. 21, 

1944; A 183569; West pub. co., St. Paul. 4974 

Northern miner press, ltd.,* Toronto. Canadian 
mines handbook, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; A 
ad int. 28430; pubd. Aug. 25. 4975 

Oberg (Erik) Machinery's handbook, by E. Oberg 
and F, D. Jones. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182430; 
Industrial press, New York. 4976 

O'Brien (Howard Vincent)* Chicago. So long, son. 
© Aug. 25, 1944; A 182473. 4977 

O'Day (Ralph)* Akron, O. I think, therefore I am. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; A 182520. 4978 

Ohio. Supreme court. Reports of cases argued and 
determined. New series, v. 142. © Aug. 8, 1944; 
A 182743; J. W. L. Henney, for the state of Ohio, 
Columbus, O. 4979 

Olds (Helen Diehl)* Little Neck, L. I., N. Y. Jill, 
movie maker. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182985. 

4980 

[Oliver (Berta Ruck)] Intruder marriage, by Berta 
Ruck. ©Aug. 22, 1944; A 182414; Dodd, Mead & 
co., inc., New York. 4981 

Oliver (Robert T.) Korea, forgotten nation. © July 
6, 1944; A 182684; Amer. council on public af- 
fairs, Washington. 4982 

O'More (Peggy) Something about a sailor. © Sept. 
1, 1944; A 182643; Gramercy pub.co., New York. 

4983 

Opdycke (Jonn B.) Take a letter, please. © Sept. 
18, 1944; A 182997; Funk & Wagnalls co., New 
York. 4984 

Organic syntheses, v. 24. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 
182606; Organic syntheses, inc., Rochester, N. 
Y. 4985 

Orizu (A. A. Nwafor)* New York. Without titter - 
ness. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182540. 4986 

O'Rourke (L. J.) Your government today and to- 
morrow. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 182604; D. C. Heath 
ft co., Boston. 4987 

Orr (Thomas G.) Operations of general surgery. 
© Aug. 30, 1944; A 182635; W. B. Saunders ca, 
Philadelphia. 4988 

Osborn (Vera Maynard) There were two of us. © 
Sept. 18, 1944; A 182932; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 4989 



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n. s., v. 41 



Otto (Henry J.) Elementary school organization and 
administration. © Aug. r, 1944; A 182382; D. 
Appleton-Century co., inc., New York. 4990 

Oudendijk (Petrus Jacobus)* Nudgee, Brisbane, 
Queensland, Australia. Pope Pius XH and the 
Nazi war against the Catholic church. [By] Piet 
J. Oudendijk. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1944; A ad int. 
28448; pubd. July 15. 4991 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 148 P. 2d. © 
Aug. 30, 1944; A 182849; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

4992 

[Palmer (Cedric King)] Teach yourself music, by 
King Palmer. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; A ad int. 
28462; pubd. Sept. 18; English universities press, 
ltd., Sevenoaks, Kent, England. 4993 

Palmer (Frederick) It can be done this time. © 
Aug. 14, 1944; A 182730; Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 4994 

Pane (Remigio Ugo) English translations from the 
Spanish, 1484=1943. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 182865; 
Trustees of Rutgers college in New Jersey, New 
Brunswick, N. J. 4995 

Panetta (George)* Brooklyn. We ride a white 
donkey. [1st ed.] © Aug. 24, 1944; A 182951. 



Pannell (Lucile) Chuggety-chug, by L. Pannell and 
Ralph Henry. © Sept. 2, 1944; A 183053; Wilcox 
& Follett co., Chicago. 4997 

Pares (Bernard) History of Russia. © Sept. 18, 
1944; A 183042; Alfred A. Knopf, inc., NewYork. 

4998 

Parker (J. Cecil) Citizenship in our democracy. 
[By] J. C. Parker, C. Perry Patterson [and] 
Samuel B. McAlister. © Aug. 23, 1944; A 
182601; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 4999 

Paton's digest, v. 3. © July 20, 1944; A 182613; 
Amer. bankers assn., New York. 5000 

Payne (Emmy) Katy no-pocket. © Sept. 19, 1944; 
A 183034; Houghton Mifflin co., Boston. 5001 

Payne (Josephine Balfour) & Payne (Joan Balfour)* 
Church Hill, Miss. Once there was Olga, by 
Josephine Balfour Payne. Illustrated by Joan 
Balfour Payne. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182476. 

5002 

Pearson (Benjamin H.)* Medellin, Colombia, South 
America. Monk who lived again. © July 25, 1944; 
A 182521. 5003 

Pennsylvania reporter, covering cases reported in 
Atlantic reporter, Second series. 35 A. 2d-36 A. 
2d. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 182568; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 5004 

Pepler (Conrad) Lent. © Sept. 5, 1944; A 182621; 
B. Herder book co., St. Louis. 5005 

Perdue (Virginia)* Los Angeles. Alarum, and ex- 
cursion. [1st ed.] © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182715. 

5006 



Pereira (Octavio Mendez) Balboa. [By] O. M. 
Pereira. Edited, with introduction and notes, by 
Everett W. Hesse. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 182558; 
Amer. book co., New York. 5007 

Perry (Jennings)* Nashville. Democracy begins at 
home. [1st ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183002. 

5008 

Perry (Josephine) Chemical industry. [1st ed.] © 
Sept. 13, 1944; A 182806; Longmans, Green & co., 
inc., New York. 5009 

Peyre (Henri) Writers and their critics. © Sept. 
12, 1944; A 183048; Cornell univ., Ithaca, N. Y. 

5010 

.Pick (Robert)* NewYork. Terhoven file. [1st ed.] 
© Aug. 18, 1944; A 182364. 5011 

Picture post. v. 24. 5012-5015 

No. 7, Aug. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1944; A ad 

int. 28421; pubd. Aug. 9. 
No. 8, Aug. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1G44; A ad 

int. 28458; pubd. Aug. 16. 
No. 9, Aug. 26, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1944; A ad 

int. 28457; pubd. Aug. 23. 
No. 10, Sept. 2, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1944; A 

ad int. 28471, pubd. Aug. 30. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London. 

Pierce (Robinson) It was not my own idea. © June 
25, 1944; A 182994; Amer. foundation for the 
blind, inc., New York. 5016 

Piper (Anne Stryker)* White Plains, N. Y. This 
infirmity. © Dec. 24, 1943; A 182619. 5017 

Poems from the desert, by members of the Eighth 
army. With a foreword by General Sir Bernard 
Montgomery. [1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 
182455; Harper & bros., New York. 5018 

Polesworth (John) Uncle Sam and his lawsuits. © 
Aug. 21, 1944; A 182725; North River press, New 
York. 5019 

Poling (Daniel A.) Your daddy did not die. © Sept. 
15, 1944; A 183051; Greenberg: publisher, New 
York. . 5020 

Porazinska (Janina) 5021, 5022 

In Voytus little house, by J. Porazinska. Trans- 
lated from the Polish by Lucia Merecka 
Borski (Lucia Merecka Szczepanowicz) © 
Sept. 11, 1944; A 182782. 
My village, by J. Porazinska. Translated from 
the Polish by Lucia Merecka Borski (Lucia 
Merecka Szczepanowicz) © Sept. 11, 1944; A 
182783. 
© Roy publishers, a. n., New York. 

Porter (Katherine AnneJ* Ballston Spa, N. Y. 
Leaning tower and other stories. [1st ed.] © 
Sept. 14, 1944; A 182952. 5023 

Portis (Sidney A.) ed. Diseases of the digestive 
system. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 182428; Lea& Febi- 
ger, Philadelphia. 5024 

Poston (Martha Lee)* Sweet Briar, Va. Girl with- 
out a country. © Sept. 22, 1944; A 183061. 5025 



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5063 



Postwar problems in business, education and 
government. Papers presented in a conference 
at Vanderbilt university, March 1-3, 1944. W. 
C. Binkley, chairman. © Aug. 5, 1944; A 182359; 
Vanderbilt univ., Nashville. 5026 

Potter (David)* Brooklyn. Debating in the colonial 
chartered colleges. © July 15, 1944; A 183067. 

5027 

Prabhavananda, swami. * Hollywood, Calif. Eter- 
nal companion. © July 10, 1944; A 182379. 

5028 

Pratt (Margaret) When I grow up I'll be a teacher, 
by M. Pratt, Frederick Grover and Lillian Rif- 
kin. © Sept. 24, 1944; A 183075; Lothrop, Lee 
& Shepard co., New York. 5029 

! Proskauer (Julien J.) Puzzles for everyone. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182887; Harper fcbros., 
New York. 5030 

Public utilities reports. (New series) v. 52. © 
Aug. 9, 1944; A 182777; Public utilities reports, 
inc., Washington. 5031 

Punch, v. 207. 5032-5036 

No. 5397, July 5, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1944; A 

ad int. 28447; pubd. July 5. 
No. 5399, July 19, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; 

A ad int. 28472; pubd. July 19. 
No. 5402, Aug. 9, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1944; A 

ad int. 28416; pubd. Aug. 9. 
No. 5404, Aug. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1944; 

A ad int. 28460; pubd. Aug. 23. 
No. 5406, Sept. 6, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1944; 

A ad int. 28475; pubd. Sept. 6. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Quentin (Dorothy)* New York. Challenge to Anne. 
© June 16, 1944; A 183043. 5037 

Radir (Ruth Anderson) Modern dance for the youth 
of America. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182593; A. S. 
Barnes & co., inc., New York. 5038 

Railston (William) Teach yourself physics. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1944; A ad int. 28450; pubd. June 12; 
English universities press, ltd., Bickley, Kent, 
England. 5039 

[Ramsay (Celia Mar jorie)]* London. Least of these, 
by Celia Dale. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 182980. 

5040 

Redfield (Holland L.) Instrument flying and radio 
navigation. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183073; Ronald 
press co., New York. 5041 

Reed (Anna Y.) Guidance and personnel services 
in education. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182409; Cor- 
nell univ., Ithaca, N. Y. 5042 

Reik (Theodor)* New York. Psychologist looks at 
love. © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182719. 5043 

Renner (Hans Deutsch)* London. Origin of food 
habits. © 1 c. May 2, 1944; A ad int. 28418; 
pubd. Mar. 17. 5044 

Riemens (Hendrik)* Washington. The Netherlands. 
© Apr. 20, 1944; A 182911. 5045 



Rienow (Robert)* Chisholm, Minn. Calling all 
citizens. © Aug. 10, 1944; A 182721. 5046 

Riess (Curt)* New York. Nazies go underground. 
[1st ed.] © July 28, 1944; A 182623. 5047 

Rimington (Critchell) Fighting fleets. © Sept. 12, 
1944; A 182838; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 5048 



Roberts (Vivienne)* Miami, Fla. Key West over- 
seas highway dedication ceremonies and cele- 
bration, 1938-1944. © July 22, 1944; A 182809. 

5049 

Roberts (Warren Aldrich) State taxation of metallic 
deposits. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182391; President 
& fellows of Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 

5050 

Robinson (Gertrude) Fox fire. [1st ed.] © Aug. 22, 
1944; A 182386; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 5051 

Robinson (William Albert)* Ipswich, Me. 10,000 
leagues over the sea. © Aug. 24, 1944; A 182664. 

5052 

Roden (H. W.)* New York. Too busy to die. © Aug. 
25, 1944; A 182501. 5053 

Rodney (George Brydges) As a cavalryman remem- 
bers. © Sept. 1,1944; A 182788; Caxton printers, 
ltd., Caldwell, Id. 5054 

Rogers (Joel Augustus)* New York. Sex and race, 
v. 3. [1st ed.] © Sept. 12, 1944; A 182926. 

5055 

Rogers (Samuel)* Madison, Wis. Don't look behind 
you. [1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182885. 

5056 

Romanoff (Paul) Jewish symbols on ancient Jewish 
coins. © Aug. 16, 1944; A 182495; Louis S.Wer- 
ner, New York. 5057 

Rosenberg (B. D.) Special delivery. © Sept. 11, 
1944; A 182781; Ziff-Davis pub. co., Chicago. 

5058 

Ross (J. F. S.)* Southport, England. Parliamentary 
representation. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 182671. 

5059 

Rush (Nixon Orwin) comp . Bibliography of the pub- 
lished writings of Rufus M. Jones. © Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182579; Colby college library, Waterville, 
Me. 5060 

Rush (William Marshall)* Winant, Or. Rocky moun- 
tain ranger. [1st ed.] © Sept. 13, 1944; A 
182801. 5061 

Ryan (John K.)* Belmar, N.J. Basic principles and 
problems of philosophy. © Sept. 5, 1944; A 
182902. 5062 

Safranek (Milos) Bohuslav Martinu, the man and his 
music, [lsted.] © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183041; 
Alfred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 5063 



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Sanceau (Elaine)* Oporto, Portugal. Land of 
Prester John. [1st American ed.] © Mar, 23, 
1944; A 182517. 5084 

Sarsen-Bueky (Frida) Hello, I*m Adeline. © Mar. 
1, 1944; A 182701; Animated book co., New York. 

5065 

Saxon (John) And you'll wear diamonds. © Sept. 
1, 1944; A 182640; Phoenix press, New York. 

5068 

Schofield (Alfred Norman) Teach yourself bee-keep- 
ing. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1944; A ad int. 28451; pubd. 
Apr. 3; English universities press, ltd., Bickley, 
Kent, England. 5067 

Scholz (Jackson)* Dovlestown, Pa. Pigskinwarriors. 
© Aug. 25, 1944; A 182502. 5068 

Schory (Harold F.) America speaks. © Aug. 22, 
1944; A 182403; Interstate, Danville, 111. 5068 

Schriftgiesser (Karl)* Red Bank, N. J. Gentleman 
from Massachusetts, Henry Cabot Lodge. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182749. 5070 



Scott (William R.)< 
that Jack drank. 



New York. This is the milk 
3 Sept. 15, 1944; A 182873. 

5071 



Seaver (Edwin) ed. World's great love stories. 
[Forum books ed.] © June 15, 1944; A 182541; 
World pub. co., Cleveland. 5072 

Sechrist (Edward Lloyd) Honey getting. © Aug. 15, 
1944; A 182554; Amer. bee journal, Hamilton, 
111. 5073 

Self (Margaret Cabell) Those Smith kids. © Sept. 
5, 1944; A 182634; E. P. Button & co., inc., New 
York. 5074 

Selkirk (Jane)* New York. Mystery of the hectic 
holidays. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 182836. 5075 

Sharp (John K.} comp . Priests and parishes of the 
diocese of Brooklyn, 1820 to 1944. ©Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182432 ; Roman Catholic diocese of Brook- 
lyn, Brooklyn. 5076 



Shields (Karesa) Three in the jungle. © Aug. 24, 
1944; A 182661; Earcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 5077 

Shuman (John T.) Si Bardo (Lewis H.)* Williams - 
port, Pa. How to operate a lathe. © Sept. 5, 
1944; A 182732. 5078 

Shuster (George N.) Germany, by G. N. Shuster 
and Arnold Bargstraesser. [1st ed.] © Aug. 10, 
1944; A 162531; W. W. Norton & co., inc., New 
York. 5079 



Simenon (Georges) On the danger line. [By] G. 
Simenon. Translated from the French by Stuart 
Gilbert. [1st American ed.l © Aug. 24, 1944; 
A 182663; Harcourt, Brace &co., inc., New York. 

5080 



Simmons (James Stevens) Global epidemiology, by 
J. S. Simmons, Tom F. Whayne, Gaylor West 
Anderson [and others] v. 1. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 
182666; J. B. Lippincottco., Philadelphia. 5081 



Sinclair (Charles G.) Microbiology and pathology. 
© Aug. 22, 1944; A 182918; F. A. Davis co., 
Philadelphia. 5082 

Skattebol (Lars) Last voyage of the Quien Sabe. 
[1st ed.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182463; Harper & 
bros., New York. 5083 

Sketch, v. 201. 5084-5086 

No. 2604, July 12, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28422; pubd. July 12. 
No. 2606, Aug. 9, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; A 

ad int. 28444; pubd. Aug. 9. 
No. 2607, Aug. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28476; pubd. Aug. 23. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Smith (James G.) Elementary statistics and appli- 
cations, by J. G. Smith and Acheson J. Duncan, 
lsted. © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182893; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 5087 

Smith (Roy L.) It all happened once before. © Aug. 
25, 1944; A 182709; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

5088 

Snow (Edgar) People on our side. © Sept. 11, 1944; 
A 182747; Random house, inc., New York. 5089 

Solomon (Harry C.) ed. Manuai of military neuro- 
psychiatry, edited by H. C. Solomon and Paul I. 
Yakovlev. © Aug. 22, 1944; A 182395; W. B. 
Saunders co., Philadelphia. 5090 

Southern digest. 1944 annual. © Aug. 31, 1944; A 
182844; West pub. CO., St. Paul. * 5091 

Southern reporter, Second series, v. 17 So. 2d. 
© Aug. 22, 1944; A 182567; West pub. CO., St. 
Paul. 5092 

South western reporter. Second series, v. 179 3. 
W. 2d. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 182571; West pub.co., 
St. Paui. 5093 



Southworth (Gertrude Van Duyn) Early days in 
America, by G.'V. Southworth and John Van Duyn 
Soifthwcrth. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 182585; Iroquois 
pub. co., inc., Syracuse. 5094 

Sphere, v. 178. 50S5-5I00 

No. 2321, July 15, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; A 

ad int. 28427; pubd. July 15. 
No. 2324, Aug. 5, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; A 

ad int. 28445; pubd. Aug. 5. 
No. 2325, Aug. 12, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1944; 

A ad int. 28464; pubd. Aug. 12. 
No. 2326, Aug. 19, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1944; 

A ad int. 28452; pubd. Aug. 19. 
No. 2327, Aug. 26, 1944. © 1 C Sept. 15, 1944; A 

ad int. 28453; pubd. Aug. 26. 
No. 2328, Sept. 2, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1944; 

A ad int. 28465; pubd. Sept. 2. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 



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Spivak (Lawrence E.)ed. American mercury reader. 
Edited by L. E. Spivak and Charles Angoff. © 
Sept. 11, 1944; A 182855; Amer. mercury, inc., 
New York. 5101 

Spring (Agnes Wright) William Chaping Deming, of 
Wyoming, pioneer publisher and state and fed- 
eral official. ©Aug. 28, 1944; A 182556; William 
Chaping Deming, Cheyenne, Wy. 5102 

[Spring (Robert Howard)]* Myl or, Falmouth, Corn- 
wall, England. 5103, 5104 
Hard facts, by Howard Spring. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 

1944; A ad int. 28436; pubd. June 19. 
-—Same. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182779. 

Stafford (Jean) Boston adventure. [1st ed,] © Sept. 
21, 1944; A 182998; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., 
New York. 5105 

Stark (B, Sutherland) Chancho, a boy and his pig in 
Peru. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182986; Julian Mess- 
ner, inc., New York. 5106 

Starrett (Vincent) ed. World's great spy stories. 
[Forum books ed.] © Sept. 16, 1944; A 183050; 
World pub. Co., Cleveland. 5107 

[Stephenson (Gilbert T.)] Trusts business. Trusts 
I. [Revised by G. T. Stephenson, James W. Ali- 
son, and others] © Aug. 30. 1944; A 182587; 
Amer. institute of banking, Section Amer. bank- 
ers assn., New York. 5108 

Stephenson (John W.) Practical upholstering. © 
July 28, 1944; A 182446; Clifford & Lawton. inc., 
New York. . 5109 

Sterling (Helen) Little choo choo. © Sept, 4, 1944; 
A 182922; Franklin Watts, inc., New York. 

5110 

Stevenson (Augusta) George Carver, boy scientist, 
[lsted.j © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182905; Bobbs- 
Merrill co., Indianapolis. 5111 

Stevenson (D. E.) Listening valley. © Sept. 21, 
1944,; A 183070; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., New 
York. 5112 

Steward (Verne)* Los Angeles. Analysis of sales 
personnel problems. ©Sept. 21, 1943; A 182676. 

5113 

Stewart (Anna Bird)* Cincinnati. Two Young 
Corsicans. © Sept. 14, 1944; A 182929. 5114 

Stewart (Catherine Pomeroy)* New York. So thick 
the fog. © Aug. 21, 1944; A 182731. 5115 

Sticker (Henry) Essentials of arithmetic. © Aug. 
18, 1944; A 182599: Essential books, inc., New 
York. 5116 

Stine (Buena Vista)* Los Angeles. Half world. 
[1st ed.] © Aug, 10, 1944; A 182437. 5117 

Stoddard (Alexander J.) 5118, 5119 

English four. [By] A.J.Stoddard, Matilda Bailey 
[and] William Dodge Lewis. © Sept. 7, 1944; 
A 182768. 



English three. [By] A. J. Stoddard, Matilda Bailey 
[and] William Dodge Lewis. © Aug, 31, 1944; 
A 182559. 

© Amer. book co., New York. 

Stone (Eugenia)* Pasadena. Free men shall stand. 
© Sept. 22, 1944; A 183062. 5120 

Stone (Thomas) Madelon. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 182639; . 
Phoenix press, New York. 5121 

Strong (L. A. G.)* . Eashing, Godalming, Surrey, Eng- 
land. 5122, 5123 
All fall Sown. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; A ad int. 
28435, ptfbd. Jan. 10. 
' All fall down. [1st ed = ] © Sept. 21, 1944; A 
183028. 

Strunsky (Simeon) No mean city. [1st ed.] © Sept. 
7, 1944; A 182948; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 5124 

Sun (Fo)* Chungking, China.. China looks forward. 
© July 27, 1944; A 182435. 5125 

Sutton (Margaret) Gail Gardner wins her cap. © 
Aug. 22, 1944; A 182499; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 5128 

Svensen (Carl Lars) Manual of blueprint reading. 
[By] C. L. Svensen and Wilham Ezra Street. © 
Sept. 22, 1944; A 183076; D.Yan Nostra^d co., 
inc., New York. , 5127 

Syrian (Marie) Your school, your children. © Sept. 
14, 1944; A 183047; L. B. Fischer pub. corp., 
New York. 5128 

Szabo (Stephen) March of truth. © Aug. 25, 1944: 
A 182448; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 5129 

Tarbell (Arthur W.) I retire to Cape Cod. © Aug. 
10, 1944; A 182439; Stephen Daye, inc., New York. 

5130 

Tatler and Bystander, v. 173. 5131-5138 

No. 2245, July 5, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; A 

ad int. 28423; pubd. July 5. 
No. 2246, July 12, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28424; pubd. July 12. 
No. 2247, July 19, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; A 

ad int. 28425; pubd. July 19. 
No. 2249, Aug. 2, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; A 

ad int. 28426; pubd. Aug. 2. 
No. 2250, Aug. 9, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; A 

ad int. 28443; pubd. Aug. 9. 
No. 2251, Aug. 16, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28477; pubd. Aug. 16. 
No. 2252, Aug. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28478; pubd. Aug. 23. 
No. 2253, Aug. 30, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1944; 

A ad int. 28479; pubd. Aug. 30. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Taylor (Fred G.) Saga of sugar. © Aug. 15, 1944; 
A 182753; Utah-Idaho sugar co., Salt Lake City. 

5139 

Taylor (Henry J.)* New York. Men in motion. © 
Sept. 11, 1944; A 182816. 5140 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Taylor (Kathryn) illus . ABC© Aug. 10, 1944; A 
182976; Whitman pub. co., Racine, Wis. 5141 

Temple (William) Church looks forward. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1944; A ad int. 28433; pubd. July 11; 
Macmillan co., New York. 5142 

Tenggren (Gustaf) Tenggren's story book. © Aug. 
15, 1944; A 182670; Simon & Schuster, inc. & 
Artists & writers guild, inc., New York. 

5143 

Texas jurisprudence. Supplement, 1943. © July 5, 
1944; A 182479; Bancroft-Whitneyco., San Fran- 
cisco. 5144 

Tharp (James B.) La France en Amerique. [By] 
J.B.Tharp [and] Ethel La Velle. ©Aug. 30, 1944; 
A 182798; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 

5145 

Thayer (Frank) Legal control of the press. 1944. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; A 182848; Foundation press, 
inc., Chicago. 5146 

Thomas (Elbert D.) Four fears. © Sept. 11, 1944; 
A 182780; Ziff-Davis pub. co., Chicago. 5147 

Thomas (Henry) Living biographies of famous men,' 
by H. Thomas and Dana Lee Thomas. [1st ed.] 
© Sept. 11, 1944; A 182817; Garden City pub. co., 
New York. 5148 

Thomason (Calvin C .) Economic problems and cases , 
by C. C. Thomason and Alfred L.Davis. © Aug. 
1, 1944; A 182377; Rochester athenaeum & me- 
chanics institute, Rochester, N. Y. 5149 

Thompson (Raymond) Wilderness trapper. © Aug. 
25, 1944; A 182784; Outdoorsman pub. co., inc., 
Chicago. 5150 

Thorndike (Lynn) University records and life in the 
middle ages. ©Sept. 22, 1944; A 183066; Colum- 
bia univ. press, New York. 5151 



Thorp (Willard) Modern writing, by W. Thorp and 
Margaret Farrand Thorp. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 
182426; Amer. book co., New York. 5152 

Thurston (Ernest Lawton) World geography, by 
E.L.Thurston and E.H.Faigle. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
A 182586; Iroquois pub. co., inc., Syracuse. 

5153 

Timm (John Arrend) General chemistry. 1st ed. 
© Sept. 13, 1944; A 182894; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 5154 

Tocci (Stanley) Nightingale of Broadway. © Aug. 
30, 1944; A 182901; Edwin Hopkins, New York. 

5155 

Todd (Helen)* Falls Church, Va. Roots of the tree. 
© Sept. 19, 1944; A 183030. 5156 

Todrin (Boris) 5157, 5158 

At the gates. © June 29, 1944; A 182674; B. 

Todrin, Brooklyn. 
Out of these roots. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182833; 
Caxton printers, ltd., Caldwell, Id. 



Tolson (Melvin B.) Rendezvous with America. © 
Aug. 22, 1944; A 182413; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 5159 

Tompkins (Walker A.) Scout of Terror Trail. © 
Sept. 1, 1944;A 182638; Phoenix press, New York. 

5160 



Torrey (Marjorie)* Encino, Calif. 
15, 1944; A 182411. 



Penny. 



Aug. 
5161 



Treanor (Tom)* Los Angeles. One damn thing after 
another. [1st ed.] © July 28, 1944; A 182498. 

5162 

Tregaskis (Richard) Invasion diary. © Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182488; Random house, inc., New York. 

5163 

Tressler (J. G.) 5164, 5165 

Building language skills. [By] J. C. Tressler 

[and] Marguerite Shelmadine. © Sept. 14, 1944; 

A 182889. 
Relating experiences, by J. C. Tressler and 

Marguerite Shelmadine. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 

182818. 
© D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 

Trueblood (D. Elton) Predicament of modern man. 
[lsted.] © Aug. 23, 1944; A 182458;. Harper & 
bros., New York. 5166 

United States. Office of war information . U.S. avi- 
ation in wartime. © June 15, 1944; A 182760; 
Amer. council on public affairs, Washington. 

5167 

—[ War department] Our army at war. © Sept. 
13, 1944; A 182914; Harper & bros., New York. 

5168 

United States code annotated. Title 46. © Aug. 30, 
1944; A 182847; West pub. co., St. Paul. 5169 

United States naval institute,* Annapolis. Blue- 
jackets' manual, 1944. ©Aug. 3, 1944; A 182444. 

5170 

United States patents quarterly, v. 58, 59. © Apr. 
4, May 26, 1944; A 182528, 182529; Bureau of 
nath affairs, Washington. 5171, 5172 

Upson (William Hazlett)* Middlebury, Vt. Botts in 
war, Botts in peace. ©Aug. 24, 1944; A 182419. 

5173 

Vickers (Roy) Date with danger. © Aug. 31, 1944; 
A 182536; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 

5174 

Vinton (Iris)* New York. Laffy of the navy salvage 
divers. © Aug. 22, 1944; A 182416. 5175 

Volume library, an encyclopedia of practical and 
cultural information. Now completely rewritten 
and revised, modernized and enlarged, by Leo L. 
Tully. © Aug. 8, 1944; A 182859; Educators assn., 
New York. 5176 



Wagenknecht (Edward)* Evanston, 111. Six novels 
of the supernatural. ©Sept. 18, 1944; A 182959. 

5177 



184 



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no. 9, 1944 



5213 



Wagoner (Jean Brown) Jane Addams, little lame 
girl. [1st ed.] © Sept. 15, 1944; A 182905; 
Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 5178 

Walker (Stanley) Dewey, an American of this 
century. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182776; McGraw- 
Hill book co., inc., New York. 5179 

Wallace (Mary) Story of Doctor King. © Sept. 15, 
1944; A 182920; Commissariat of the Holy Land, 
Washington. 5180 

Waller (Willard)* New York. Veteran comes back. 
© Aug. 7, 1944; A 182627. 5181 

Walpole (Ellen Wales) You can read better. © Aug. 
18, 1944; A 182368; Silver Burdett co., New York. 

5182 

[Walsh (Pearl Sydenstricker Buck)]* Perkasie, Pa. 
Dragon fish. [By] Pearl S. Buck. © Sept. 14, 
1944; A 182879. 5183 

[Walz (Audrey)]* Alexandria, Va. Rope of sand. 
[By] Francis Bonnamy. [War ed. and 1st ed.] © 
Sept. 6, 1944; A 182910. 5184 

Wandrei (Donald)* St. Paul. Eye and the finger. 
© Aug. 10, 1944; A 182410. 5185 

Warhaftig (Zorach) Relief and rehabilitation. © 
Sept. 8, 1944; A 162764; Institute of Jewish af- 
fairs of the Amer. Jewish congress & world 
Jewish congress, New York. 5186 

Warren (James) She fell among actors. © 1 c. 
Sept. 13, 1944; A ad int. 28449; pubd. July 17; 
Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 5187 

Watchtower Bible and tract society, inc.,* Brooklyn. 
Kingdom is at hand. [1st ed.] ©Aug. 12, 1944; 
A 182422. 5188 

Watts (Bertha M.)* Bloomington, Ind. Moderngram- 
mar at work. © Sept. 13, 1944; A 182839. 5189 

Webber (Irma E.)* Riverside, Calif. Travelers all, 
the story of how plants go places. © Sept. 15, 
1944; A 182868. 5190 

Webster's home, school and office dictionary, with 
a word list of basic English. © Sept. 12, 1944; 
A 182825; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 5191 

Wecter (Dixon)* San Marino, Calif. When Johnny 
comes marching home. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 
182820. 5192 

Weeks (Arthur W.) Plane trigonometry with four- 
place tables. [By] A. W. Weeks and H. Gray 
Funkhouser. © July 12, 1944; A 183065; D. Van 
Nostrand co., inc., New York. 5193 

Weigert (Hans W.) ed. Compass of the world. Ed- 
ited by H. W. Weigert and Vilhjalmur Stefansson. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 183054; Macmillan co., New 
York. 5194 

Weisgard (Leonard)* Danbury, Conn. Whose little 
bird am I? © Aug. 22, 1944; A 182424. 5195 



Wemyss (Stanley)* Philadelphia. General guide 
to rare Americana, 1700-1943. © Aug. 30, 1944; 
A 182786. 5196 

Wertenbaker (Charles Christian)* New York. In- 
vasion! © Sept. 5, 1944; A 182769. 5197 

Werth (Alexander)* London. Leningrad. © 1 c. 
Aug. 24, 1944; A ad int. 28420; pubd. July 7. 

5198 

[Wescott (Marion Sturges-Jones)]* Haddonfield, 
N. J. Babes in the wood, by Marion Sturges -Jones. 
© Aug. 25, 1944; A 182474. 5199 

Westmacott (Mary) Absent in the spring. © Sept. 
7, 1944; A 182717; Farrar & Rinehart, inc., New 
York. 5200 

White (E. B.)* Brooklin, Me. One man's meat. © 
Aug. 23, 1944; A 182886. 5201 

Whitman pub. co.,* Racine, Wis. Gingerbread man. 
A story retold. © June 9, 1944; A 182977. 5202 

[Wichelns (Herbert A.)]ed. Studies in speech and 
drama in honor of Alexander M. Drummond. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 183049; Cornell univ., Ithaca, 
N. Y. 5203 



Wilhelm (Donald) Your son and six fighting admirals. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 182673; Amer. brake shoeco., 
New York. 5204 

[Wilkins (William Vaughan)]* Carmarthenshire, 
Wales, Great Britain. Being met together, by 
Vaughan Wilkins. © Aug. 29, 1944; A 182524. 

5205 



Williams (Gweneira N.)* Schenectady, N.Y. Timid 
Timothy, the kitten who learned to be brave. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 182871. 5206 

Williams (Lou) Dipper full of stars. © Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182675; Follett pub. co., Chicago. 5207 

Wills (Elida) Mexico y otros vecinos. © Aug. 2, 
1944; A 182492; Banks Upshaw & co., Dallas. 

5208 

Winter (Charles E.) Gold of freedom. © Aug. 7, 
1944; A 182423; Naylor co., San Antonio. 5209 

Wisconsin. Supreme court . Wisconsin reports, 
[v.] 244. Cases determined. © Sept. 8, 1944; A 
182712; State of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 5210 

Woole (Francis) Fitz- James O'Brien, a literary 
Bohemian of the eighteen-fifties. © Aug. 21, 
1944; A 182429; University of Colorado, Boulder, 
Col. 5211 

Wright (Watkins E.) Dear editor. © Apr. 17, 1944; 
A 183007; Arcadiahouse, inc., New York. 5212 

Wrightstone (J. Wayne) Basic study skills. [By] J. 
W. Wrightstone, Dorothy Leggitt [and] Seerley 
Reid. © Aug. 18, 1944; A 182799; Henry Holt & 
co., inc., New York. 5213 



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pt. I, n. s. t v, 41 



Wyse (Frederick Calhoun) jr.,* c/'o Fleet P. O., 
San Francisco. History of the Wise and Wyse 
familv of South Carolina. © Sept. 16, 1944; A 
182941. 5214 

Yanoff (Leo) New Jersey workmen's compensation 
law. v. 2. © July 17, 1944; A 132404; Gann pub. 
co., Newark, N. J. 5215 

Yater (Wallace Mason) Fundamentals of internal 
medicine. © July 31, 1944; A 182383; D. Appie- 
ton-Century co., inc. New York. 5216 

[Yaukey (Grace S.)] Exile's daughter, by Cornelia 
Spenser. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 182812; Coward- 
McCaan, inc., New York. 5217 

Youmans (Eleanor) Mount Delightful. [1st ed.] © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 182907; Bobbs-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 5218 

Young (Marguerite)* New York. Moderate fable. 



Aug. 21, 1944; A 182548. 



5219 



Young (Stanley)* Old Westbury, L. I., N. Y. May- 
flower boy. © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182718. 5220 

Youtie (Herbert Chayyim) Papyri and ostraca from 
Karanis, edited by H. C. Youtie and Crsamus 
Merrill Pearl. © Aug. 14, 1944; A 182557; 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. 5221 

Zimmerman (O. T.) Industrial research service's 
conversion factors and tables, byO. T. Zimmer- 
man and Irvin Lavine. © Aug. 31, 1944; A 
182550; Industrial research service, Dover, N. 
H. 5222 

Zurcher (Arnold J.) ed. Postwar economic society. 
Addresses delivered at the third series of con- 
ferences of the Institute on postwar reconstruc- 
tion. Edited by A. J. Zurcher and Richrrond Page. 
© Aug. 14, 1244; A 182372; New York univ., New 
York. 5223 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications — ■ ■ 4,707 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages 14 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions 

of law of Mar. 4 £ 1909 — — — - — - — _502 

Total - - - — - 5,223. 



186 



LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5223 



Abbot (Willis John) Nations at war. © Elsie V. 
Abbot, Brookline, Mass. R 130551, July 14,1944. 

1 

Abbott (Austin) 2, 3 

Abbott's digest of all New York reports. Supple- 
ment in 8 volumes, with table of cases and 
topical references from 1794 to 1913. Edited 
and compiled by George F. Longsdorf. v. 8 
of supplement, v. 21 of the set. R 128876, 
May 31, 1944. 
Abbott's digest of all the New York reports. 
1916 A. A continuation of Abbott's digest 
1794 to 1900 and supplement thereto, 1900 to 
1912, in a uniform classification. R 128885, 
May 31, 1944. 
© Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 

Addams (Jane) Long road of woman's memory. © 
Stanley Ross Linn, Arlington, Calif. & Esther 
Linn Hulbert, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. R 130044, 
June 8, 1944. 4 

[American and English annotated cases] Digest of 
the cases reported in annotated cases (American 
and English) 21 arm. cas. to arm. cas. 1916 B 
(vols. 21-40) With table of cases reported. © 
Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, N. 
Y. R 128879, May 31, 1944. 5 

[American and English annotated cases] Thoroughly 
annotated. Editors: William M. McKinneyand 
H. Noyes Greene, v. 40-44. Ann. cas. 1916 B- 
1916 E, 1917 A. © Lawyers co-operative pub. 
co., Rochester, N. Y. R 128864, 128866, 128875, 
128880, 128890, May 31, 1944. 6-10 

Andrews (Mary Raymond Shipman) Old glory. © 
Paul Andrews, Syracuse. R 130021, July 18, 
1944. 11 



Aumonier (Stacy) Cricket. © Gertrude Aumonier, 
London. R 130770, June 20, 1944. 12 

Bairnsfather (Bruce) Bullets and billets. © B. 
Bairnsfather, London. R 131112, Aug. 22, 1944. 

13 

[Baker (Ray Stannard)] 14-17 

Auction of antiques, by David Grayson [pseud. ] 

R 130560, July 14, 1944. 
His majesty- Bill Richards, by David Grayson 

[pseud.] R 131434, Sept. 1, 1944. 
Places of retirement, by David Grayson [pseud.] 

R 131435, Sept. 1, 1944. 
Woman of forty -five, by David Grayson [pseud.] 

R 129623. June 28, 1944. 
© R. S. Baker, Amherst, Mass. 

Baldt (Laura Irene) Clothing for women; selection, 
design, construction. © L. I. Baldt, New York. 
R 130870, Aug. 10, 1944. 18 



Bamburgh (William Cushing) Talks on business 
correspondence. © W. C. Bamburgh, New York. 
R 131419, Sept. 4, 1944. 19 

Barbour (Ralph Henry) Rivals for the team. © 
Hedburg M. Barbour, Pass Christian, Miss. R 
131756, Sept. 18, 1944. 20 

Barclay (Florence Louisa Charlesworth) Walks in 
Palestine, [v.] 1=3. © Ursula Margaret Thomas, 
Ewell, Surrey, England. R 131113, 131115, 
131117, Aug. 22, 1944. 21-23 

Battle (John Rome) Lubricating engineers handbook. 
© J. R. Battle, Ardmore, Pa. R 131642, Sept. 9, 
1944. 24 

Baum (Lyman Frank) Lost Princess of Oz. © 
Maud Gage Baum, Hollywood, Calif. R 130862, 
Aug. 11, 1944. 25 

Benson (Edward Frederic) The tortoise. © F. 
Arnold Biddle,. London & Edwin Plomley Dawes, 
Rye, Sussex, England. R 131180, Aug. 23, 1944. 

26 

Bostwick (Charles Francis) Bostwick's lawyers' 
manual. 2d ed. © Laura Bostwick, New York. 
R 129783," July 10, 1944. 27 

Bottome (Phyllis) Dark tower. © Phyllis Forbes- 
Dennis, St. Ives, Cornwall, England. R 131149, 
Aug. 19, 1944. 28 

British ruling cases from courts of Great Britain, 
Canada, Ireland, Australia and other divisions 
of the British empire. Extensively annotated, 
v. 6. © Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, 
N, Y. R 128883, May 31, 1944. 29 

Browne (Porter Emerson) Someone and somebody. 
© Suzanne Browne Kuneau, Mexico, D. F. & 
Prudence Browne Ketting, Chicago. R 130549, 
June 14, 1944. 30 

Brumbaugh (Jesse Franklin) Legal reasoning and 
briefing. © J. F. Brumbaugh, Corvallis, Or. R 
130934, Aug. 17, 1944. 31 

Burgess (Thornton Waldo) 32-34 

Adventures of Old Man Coyote. R 130857, Aug. 

11, 1944. 
Adventures of Prickly Porky. R 130856, Aug. 11, 

1944. 
Mother West Wind how stories. R 130858, Aug. 

11, 1944. 
© T. W. Burgess, Springfield, Mass. 



Burnett (Daniel Frederick) 35, 36 

Cases on the law of private corporations, select- 
ed and supplemented with notes. R 131744, 
Sept. 15, 1944. 



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37 



pt. I, n. s., v. 41 






Cases on the law of private corporations, select- 
ed and supplemented with notes. Temporary 
ed., 2d pt. R 131746, Sept. 15, 1944. 

© D. F. Burnett, Newark, N. J. 

Case (Clarence Marsh) Banner of the white horse. 
© C. M.Case, Oskaloosa, la. R 131616, Sept. 9, 
1944. 37 



Castle (William Ernest) Genetics and eugenics. © 
W. E. Castle, Berkeley, Calif. R 130607, Aug. 
5, 1944. 38 



Cather (Katherine Dunlap) Boyhood stories of 
famous men. © Charles L. Schafer, Los Gatos, 
Calif. R 131147, Aug. 19, 1944. 39 

Collier (P. F.) & son corp., inc. How we get it. © 
P. F. Collier & son corp., inc., New York. R 
181475, Aug. 12, 1944. 40 

Collins (Archie Frederick) Book of electricity. © 
A. F. Collins, New York. R 131757, Sept. 18, 
1944. 41 

Comstock (Harriet Theresa) Man thou gavest. © 
H. T. Comstock, New York. R 130552, July 14, 
1944. " 42 

Connolly (James Brendan) Head winds. © J. B. 
Connolly, Chestnut Hill, Mass. R 131562, Sept. 
7, 1944. 43 

Conrad (Joseph) 44 > 45 

Flight. R 130622, July 14, 1944. 
Shadow line. R 129622, June 28, 1944. 
© John Alexander Conrad, Doddington, Kent, 
England. 

Coolidge (Dane) Rimrock Jones. © Mary Roberts 
Coolidge, Berkeley, Calif. R 130582, July 25, 



1944. 



46 



Costigan (George Purcell) Cases on the law of 
property, v. 5. © West pub. co., St. Paul. R 
130203, July 10, 1944. 47 

Davison (Grace Lee) Games and parties for chil- 
dren. ©Josephine Dawson, Brooklyn. R 131422, 
Sept. 4, 1944. 48 

Dell (Ethel May) Hundredth chance. © Gerald 
Tahourdin Savage, Guildford, Surrey, England. 
R 131406, Aug. 22, 1944. 49 

Dodge (Henry Irving) 50, 51 

Skinner's dress suit.. R 131255, Aug. 12, 1944. 

Same. R 131755, Sept. 16, 1944. 

© Margaret Dodge, Staten Island, N. Y. 



[Doubleday (Nellie Blanchan De Graff)] 52, 53 

Birds worth knowing, selected by the author from 
the writings of Neltje Blanchan [pseud.] © 
Nelson Doubleday, Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. R 
180771, July 14, 1944. 
Wild flowers worth knowing, adapted by Asa Don 
Dickinson from Nature's garden, by Neltje 
Blanchan [pseud.] © Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. R 131693, Sept. 14, 1944. 



Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) British campaign in 
France. (In Strand magazine, vol. 53, nos. 315- 
318, Mar. -June, 1917) © Mary Conan Doyle, 
Richmond, Surrey, England, Lena Conan Doyle, 
Denis Percy Stewart Conan Doyle & Malcolm 
Adrian Conan Doyle, Crowborough, Sussex, Eng- 
land. R 130936-130939, Aug. 10, 1944. 54-57 

Dwight (Harry Griswold) Emperor of Elam. © H. 
G. Dwight, New York. R 131574, Sept. 5, 1944. 

58 

Dyke (Andrew Lee) Dyke's automobile and gasoline 
engine encyclopedia. 6th ed., rev. and enl. © 
A. L. Dyke, St. Louis. R 131037, Aug. 18, 1944. 

59 

Empey (Arthur Guy) Over the top. © A. G.Empey, 
Los Angeles. R 131120, Aug. 22, 1944. 60 

Erdman (Charles R.) Gospel of John. © C. R. Erd- 
man, Princeton, N. J. R 129777, July 7, 1944. 

61 

Ferber (Edna) 62-64 

Fanny herself. R 130561, July 14, 1944. 
Fanny herself. (I& The American magazine, v. 

84, nos. 3, 4, Sept., Oct., 1917) R 131593, 

181594, Sept. 2, 1944. 
© E. Ferber, Stepney, Easton, Conn. 



Fuller (Henry Blake) Lines long and short. © Jose- 
phine Ranney & Helen Ranney, Chicago & Har- 
riet Ranney Garrett, Concord, Mass. R 131381, 
Sept. 2, 1944. 65 

Gerould (Katherine Fullerton) Hawaii; scenes and 
impressions. © Gordon Hall Gerould, Princeton, 
N.J, R 131710, Sept. 13, 1944. 66 

Goldman (Mayer C.) Public defender. © M. C. 
Goldman, New York. R 131114, Aug. 22, 1944. 

67 

Haggard (Sir Henry Rider) Finished. © Lilias R. 
Haggard, Angela R. Haggard &Dorothy R. Cheyne, 
Nr. Bungay, Norfolk, England. R 131258, Aug. 
28, 1944. 68 

Haldane (John Scott) Organism and environment as 
illustrated by the physiology of breathing. © 
John Burton Sanderson Haldane, London. R 
131669, Aug. 29, 1944. 69 

[Hannay (James Owen)] From Dublin to Chicago, by 
George A.Birmingham [pseud.] © J. O. Hannay, 
London. R 131179, Aug. 23, 1944. 70 



Hart (Albert Bushnell) ed. American patriots and 
statesmen from Washington to Lincoln, v. 1-5. 
© P. F. Collier & -son corp., New York. R 
130968, Aug. 12, 1944. 71 

Hawkins (Richmond Laurin) Maistre Charles Fon- 
taine, Parisien. © R. L. Hawkins, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 130038, July 19, 1944. 72 

Hendryx (James B.) Gun brand. © J. B. Hendryx, 
Sutton's Bay, Mich. R 131118, Aug. 22, 1944. 

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Holland (Rupert Sargent) Blackbeard's island. © 
R. S. Holland, Wayne, Pa. R 130873, Aug. 10, 
1944. 74 

Holt (Luther Emmett) Diseases of infancy and child- 
hood, by L. E. Holt and John How land. 7th ed. 
© L. Emmett Holt, jr., Baltimore. R 131760, 
Sept. 18, 1944. 75 

Hornbeck (Stanley Kuhl) Contemporary politics in 
the Far East. © S. K. Hornbeck, Washington. 
R 131148, Aug. 19, 1944. 76 

Hough (Emerson) Magnificent adventure. © Char- 
lotte C. Hough, Chicago. R 131145, Aug. 19, 
1944. 77 

Howard (George Bronson) Queen of the sea. © 
Twentieth century-Fox film Corp., New York. 
R 131292, Aug. 25, 1944. 78 

Hubbard (Ethel Daniels) The Moffats. © E. D. 
Hubbard, Pilgrim Cove, Mass. R 131257, Aug. 
23, 1944. 79 

Hueston (Ethel) Sunny slopes. © Ethel Hueston 
Biinn, Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. R 131173, Aug. 
23, 1944. 80 

Hughes (Rupert) We can't have everything. (In Red 
book magazine, v. 28, nos. 1-6, v. 29, nos. 1-4, 
Nov., 1916-Aug., 1917) © R.Hughes, Los Angeles. 
R 130572-130581, July 25, 1944. 81-90 

Ingersoll (Robert Sturgis) Open that door. © R. S. 
Ingersoll, Philadelphia. R 130869, Aug. 10,1944. 

91 

Jerome (Jerome Klapka) 92-94 

Street of the blank wall. R 130517, Mar. 22, 1944. 
Street of the blank wall and other stories. R 

130518, 130519, July 27, 1944. 
© Georgina Henrietta Jerome, London. 

Jessup (Henry Wyman) Law and practice in the 
surrogates' courts in the state of New York. © 
Banks-Baldwin law pub. co., Cleveland. R 
131639, May 25, 1944. 95 

Johnson (Owen) Woman gives. © O. Johnson, New 
York. R 130860, Aug. 11, 1944. 96 

Joyce (James) Portrait of the artist as a young man. 
© Nora Joseph Joyce, London. R 131376, Aug. 
26, 1944. 97 

Xeliey (James Prentice) Workmanship in words. 
© J. P. Kelley, Waverly, Mass. R 131418, Sept. 
4, 1944. 98 

Kimball (Edward Ancel) Teaching and addresses, by 
E. A. Kimball. Collected, compiled, edited, 
topically analyzed and indexed, by Glenn Andrews 
Kratzer. © Elizabeth Kratzer Brubaker, Los 
Angeles. R 130459, July 31, 1944. 99 

Kipling (Rudy ard) Mesopotamia. © Elsie Bambridge, 
Arrington, Royston, Herts., England. R 131181, 
Aug. 25, 1944. 100 

Kitson (Harry Dexter) How to use your mind. © 
H. D. Kitson, New York. R 131643, Sept. 9, 1944. 

101 



Kleiser (Grenville) Talks on talking. ©G.Kleiser, 
New York. R 130866, Aug. 11, 1944. 102 

Krause (Carl Albert) Direct method in modern 
languages. © Margaret B. Krause, Marion, Ind. 
R 130885, Aug. 12, 1944. 103 

Lardner (Ring W.) You know me, Al. © Ellis A. 
Lardner, New Milford, Conn. R 130023, July 18, 
1944. 104 

Laski (Harold J.) Studies in the problem of sov- 
ereignty. © H. J. Laski, London. R 130482, 
July 18, 1944. 105 

Lawrence (Fred Foss) Maine digest; a digest of 
the reports of cases decided by the Supreme 
judicial court of Maine, from 1 to 113 Maine re- 
ports, inclusive, v. 1, 2. © F. F. Lawrence, 
Skowhegan, Me. R 131745, Sept. 15, 1944. 106 

Lawyers reports annotated 107-112 

Cumulative index to the Lawyers reports anno - 

tated. With separate index to notes, v. 1916A- 

1916C, 1916A-1916D, 1916A-1916E, 1917A, 

1917B. R 128863, 128867, 128874, 128888, 

May 31, 1944. 
L. R. A. annual index-digest, 1916, with index to 

notes and table of cases for the year. R 

128877, May 31, 1944. 
Supplemental index to all the law in L. R. A. notes. 

43 L. R. A. (n.s.)-L. R. A. 1916F, 3-5 B. R. C. 

R 128889, May 31, 1944. 
© Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, N. 

Y. 

Lewis (Sinclair) 113-116 

Ghost patrol. R 130558, Julv 14, 1944. 
The innocents. (In Woman s home companion, 

v. 44, nos. 2, 3, Feb., Mar., 1917) R 130624, 

130625, June 14, 1944. 
Young man Axelbrod. R 130559, July 14, 1944. 
© S. Lewis, New York. 

Lincoln (Joseph Crosby) Mary-'Gusta. © Florence 
S. Lincoln, Chatham, Mass. R 131150, Aug. 19, 
1944. 117 

Lynde (Francis) After the manner of men. ©Amer. 
trust & banking co., Chattanooga. R 131615, 
Sept. 9, 1944. 118 

McCarthy (Dennis Aloysius) Heart songs and home 
songs . © Raphine A. McC arthy , Ar lington, Mass . 
R 131417, Sept. 4, 1944. 119 

McFee (William) Six hour shift. © W. McFee, Brook = 
field, Conn. R 130557, July 14, 1944. 120 

McKinney (William Mark) ed. Ruling case law as 
developed and established by the decisions and 
annotations contained in Lawyers reports anno- 
tated and other series of selected cases. Ed. by 
W. M. McKinney [and] Burdett A.Rich, v. 13-16. 
© Bancroft Whitney co., San Francisco & Lawyers 
co-operative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. R 
128865, 128871, 128882, 128886, May 31, 1944. 

121-124 

Marquis (Don) Archy series. © Bernice Maud 
Marquis, Forest Hills, L. I., N. Y. R 130556, 
July 14, 1944. 125 



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Massachusetts, Supreme judicial court. Massa- 
chusetts reports, v. 224, pt. 1, no. 109, August, 
1916. Cases argued and determined. © Little, 
Brown & co.', Boston. R 130458, July 17, 1944. 

126 

Mathews (Shailer) Spiritual interpretation of history. 
© Mary Elden Mathews, Chicago. R 131096, 
Aug. 23, 1944. 127 

Maule (Harry E.) Selma Lagerlof; the woman, her 
work, her message. © H. E. Maule, Garden 
City, N. Y. R 130555, July 14, 1944. 128 



Mendell (Clarence Whittlesey) Latin sentence con- 
nection. © C. W. Mendell, Quonset Point, R. I. 
R 131083, Aug. 18, 1944. 129 

Mills (Borden Hicks) United States commissioners' 
manual. © B. H. Mills, Albany. R 129704, June 
15, 1944. 130 

Moore (Clifford Herschel) Religious thought of the 
Greeks from Homer to the triumph of Christi- 
anity. ©Lorena Leadbetter Moore, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 130606, Aug. 5, 1944. 131 

New York (State ) Parson's complete annotated 
pocket code. The New York code of civil pro- 
cedure, containing all amendments of 1917. 4 2d 
ed. © Matthew Bender & co., inc., Albany. R 
129784, July 10, 1944. 132 

Nichols (Philip) Law of eminent domain; a treatise 
on the principles which affect the taking of 
property for the public use. 2d ed. ©Matthew 
Bender & co., inc., Albany. R 129782, July 10, 
1944. 133 

Norris (Kathleen Thompson) Undertow. © Kathleen 
Norris, Palo Alto, Calif. R 129621, June 28, 
1944. 134 

Olmstead (Emma G.) Ned and Nan in Holland, by 
E. G. Olmstead and Emma B. Grant. © Emma 
Grant Meader, Troy, N. Y. R 130587, Aug. 7, 
1944. 135 

Page (Thomas Nelson) Shepherd who watched by 
night. © Ruth Nelson Page, Beaver Dam, Va. 
R 131561, Sept. 7, 1944. 136 

Pope (Amy Elizabeth) Essentials of dietetics in 
health and disease, by A. E. Pope and Mary L. 
Carpenter. 2d ed., rev. and enl. © A. E. Pope, 
San Francisco. R 131116, Aug. 22, 1944. 137 

Porter (Arthur Kingsley) Lombard architecture, 
v. 1, 3. © Lucy Wallace Porter, Cambridge, 
Mass. R 131415, 131416, Aug. 18, 1944. 

138, 139 

Porter (Gene Stratum) Friends in feathers. Rev. 
ed. © Jeannette Porter Meehan, Los Angeles. R 
130865, Aug. 10, 1944. 140 

Pyle (Katharine) Wonder tales retold. © Gerald 
J. Pyle, Greenville, Del. R 130859, Aug. 11, 
1944. 141 



Randolph (Thomas) Poems and Amyntas of Thomas 
Randolph, edited by John J. Parry. © John J. 
Parry, Urbana, 111. R 130889, Aug. 10, 1944. 

142 

Richards (Laura Elizabeth Howe) Elizabeth Fry, 
the angel of the prisons. © Henry Richards, 
Gardiner, Me. R 131759, Sept. 18. 1944. 143 

Robinson (William Josephus) 144, 145 

Sex knowledge for men, including a program for 

sex education of the boy. R 130586, Aug. 4, 

1944. 
Woman, her sex and love life. R 131152, Aug. 19, 

1944. 
© Marie Halper Robinson, New York. 

Rogers (Julia Ellen) Trees worth knowing. © J. E. 
Rogers, Long Beach, Calif. R 130553, July 14, 
1944. 146 

Rowe (Henry Kallock) Society, its origin and develop- 
ment. © H. K. Rowe, Newton Center, Mass. R 
130022, July 18, 1944. 147 

Sabin (Edwin Legrand) With Sam Houston in Texas. 
© E. L. Sabin, Himel, Calif. R 130872, Aug. 10, 
1944. 148 

Scott (John Reed) Man in evening clothes. © J. R. 
Scott, Washington. R 131119, Aug. 22, 1944. 

149 

Seaman (Augusta Huiell) Sapphire signet. © A. H. 
Seaman, Seaside Park, N. J. R 131146, Aug. 19, 
1944. 150 



Seebach (Margaret Rebecca Himes) Martin of Mans- 
feld. © Margaret R. Seebach, Merion, Pa. R 
131259, Aug. 29, 1944. 151 

Seitz (Don Carlos) Training for the newspaper 
trade. © D. C. Seitz, Brooklyn. R 130871, Aug. 
10, 1944. 152 

Shannon (Howard Johnson) Insect migrations as re- 
lated to those of birds. © H. J. Shannon, Jamaica, 
N. Y. R 130890, Aug. 17, 1944. 153 

Sharp (Frank Chapman) Education for character. 
© Bertha P. Sharp, Madison, Wis. R 131172, 
Aug. 23, 1944. 154 

Sheehan (Perley Poore) 155, 156 

Those who walk in darkness. R 128339, June 5, 

1944. 
Whispering chorus. R 128340, June 5, 1944. 
© Virginia Sheehan, Sierra Madre, Calif. 

Shepard (Frank) co. Shepard's New York court of 
appeals, common law and chancery citations. 
3d ed. © Frank Shepard co., New York. R 
130658, Aug. 7, 1944. 157 

Smith (Francis Hopkinson) Enoch Crane, a novel, 
planned and begun by F. Hopkinson Smith, and 
completed by F. Berkeley Smith. © Charles S. 
Moore, New York. R 131617, Sept. 9, 1944. 

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Snell (Roy Judson) Little white fox and his Arctic 
friends. © R. J. Snell, Chicago. R 130861, Aug. 
11, 1944. 159 

Southern reporter, v. 73. Permanent ed. © West 
pub. CO., St. Paul. R 130206, July 10, 1944. 160 

Stayton (John William) Arkansas form book; civil, 
probate, business and general forms, with notes. 
© Vernon law book co., Kansas City, Mo. R 
130207, July 10, 1944. 161 

Stevenson (Orlando John) Country life reader. © 
O.J. Stevenson, Guelph, Ont., Canada. R 130965, 
July 18, 1944. 162 

Table of New York cases, 1794-1912, showing where 
such cases are found in Abbott's digest of all 
New York reports, vols. 1-21, and also where 
they are annotated in the Lawyers reports anno- 
tated. ©Lawyers co-ODerativepub.co., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. R 128868, May 31, 1944. 163 

Talmey (Bernards.) Love , a treatise on the science 
of sex attraction. 2drev.ed. © Irene V. Talmey 
Scheld, New York. R 130585. Aug. 4, 1944. 

164 

Tapper (Thomas) Handel— the story of a little 
boy who practiced in an attic. © Theodore 
Presser co., Philadelphia. R 129796, July 8, 
1944. 165 

Tomlinson (Everett Titsworth) Trail of the Mohawk 
chief. © Everett T. Tomlinson, New York. R 
131758, Sept. 18, 1944. 166 



Trite s (William Budd) Love: Brian Banaker's 
autobiography up to the age of twenty-four years. 
© W. B. Trites, New York. R 131390, Jan. 22 , 
1944. 167 



United States. District courts. Porto Rico. Porto 
Rico federal reports. United States district 
court for the district of Porto Rico. v. 8. © 
Lawyers co-operative pub.co., Rochester, N. Y. 
R 128881, May 31, 1944. 168 



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Cases argued and decided. October term, 1915, 
in 239, 240, 241 U.S. Book 60. Lawyers' ed. 
© Lawyers co-operative pub. co., Rochester, 
N. Y. R 128872, May 31, 1944. 
Digest of decisions of the Supreme court of the 
United States reported in vols. 1-36 Supreme 
court reporter, vols. 106-241 United States 
reports, vols. 27-60 Lawyers' edition. United 
States reports, 1882-1916, with a table of 
cases digested, v. 1, 2. © West pub. co., 
St Paul. R 130204, 130205, July 10, 1944. 

United States playing card co. Official rules of 
card games; Hoyle up-to-date, 1916-1917. 
Publishers 21st ed. © United States playing card 
co., Cincinnati. R 131384, Aug. 12, 1944. ' 172 

Voorhees (Harvey Cortlandt) Law of the public 
school system of the United States. © Frank W. 
Campbell, trustee of estate of H. C. Voorhees, 
Boston. R 131754, Sept. 16, 1944. 173 



Wade (Mary Hazelton Blanchard) Pilgrims of to- 
day. © David Wade, Windsor, Conn. R 131421, 
Sept. 4, 1944. 174 

Weed (Clarence Moores) Butterflies worth knowing. 
© C. M. Weed, Lowell, Mass. R 130554, July 
14, 1944. 175 



White (Edward Franklin) Louisiana digest anno- 
tated; a complete digest of all reported Louisiana 
decisions from the earliest times to April 15, 
1917, by Edward F. White and William Kernan 
Dart, assisted by the Publishers' editorial staff, 
v. 1. © Bobbs -Merrill co., Indianapolis. R 
131640, Sept. 8, 1944. 176 

White (Edward Lucas) El supremo. © Ethel White, 
Baltimore. R 131641, Sept. 9, 1944. 177 

Wildenbruch (Ernst) Das edle blut, ed. by Charles 
Holzwarth. © Charles Holzwarth, Rochester, N. 
Y. R 130020, July 18, 1944. 178 

Wilder (Louise Beebe) My garden. © Walter Beebe 
Wilder, Bronxville, N. Y. & Harrison Wilder 
Taylor, Suffern, N. Y. R 130550, July 14, 1944. 

179 

Wilson (Ernest Henry) Aristocrats of the garden. 
© Muriel Wilson Slate, Geneva, N. Y. R 130487, 
July 22, 1944. 180 

Wilstach (Paul) Mount Vernon, Washington's home 
and the nation's shrine. © P. Wilstach, Wash- 
ington. R 131575, Sept. 5, 1944. 181 

Witwer (H. C.) 182-214 

Atta boy. R 130426, July 15, 1944. 
Aw let 'em vote. R 130427, July 15, 1944. 
Back East. R 130435, July 15, 1944. 
Barnum was right. R 130437, July 15, 1944. 
Big game. R 130436, July 15, 1944. 
Big leaguers. R 130418, July 15, 1944. 
Canary streak. R 130424, July 15, 1944. 
Cup that queers, R 130448, July 15, 1944. 
Cutey and the beast. R 130445, July 15, 1944. 
Double steal. R 130421, July 15, 1944. 
East lynch. R 130428, July 15. 1944, 
Exit laughing. R 130442, July 15, 1944. 
Hospital stuff. R 130443, July 15, 1944. 
It's a gift. R 130425, July 15, 1944. 
It's bad luck. R 130434, July 15, 1944. 
Lay off MacDuff. R 130423, July 15, 1944 . 
Lend me your ears. R 130441, July 15, 1944. 
Maiden's prayer. R 130432, July 15, 1944. 
Once too often. R 130433, July 15, 1944. 
One at a time. R 130422, July 15, 1944. 
Peace with Connor. R 130447, July 15, 1944. 
Pie. R 130431, Julv 15, 1944. 
Pinch hitter. R 130430, July 15, 4944. 
Pleasure Island. R 130440, July 15, 1944. 
Pretty soft. R 130429, July 15, 1944. 
Robinson's trousseau. R 130438, July 15, 1944. 
Shylock. R 130446, July 15, 1944. 
Such is life. R 130419, July 15, 1944. 
Swat the rye. R 130449, July 15, 1944. 
Take him out, R 130420, July 15, 1944. 
Unhappy medium. R 130444, July 15, 1944. 
Warriors all. R 130450, July 15, 1944. 
Ye gods. R 130439, July 15, 1944. 
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bert M. Wright, Pacific Palisades, Calif. & Nor- 
man H. Wright, North Hollywood, Calif. R 
129787, July 10, 1944. 215 



Wright (Willard Huntington) Misinforming a nation. 
© Claire R. Wright, New York. R 131377, Aug. 
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Adams (Spencer L.)* Skaneateles, N. Y. Long 
House of the Iroquois. © Aug. 26, 1944; A 
183149. 5224 

[Aldington (Mrs. Richard)] Walls do not fall, by 
H. D. © Aug. 24, 1944; A 183219; Oxford univ. 
press, New York, inc. ; New York. 5225 

[Aldrich (Rhoda Truax)]* Cambridge, Mass. Jo- 
seph Lister, father of modern surgery, by Rhoda 
Truax. [1st ed.] © Oct. 16,1944; A 183534. 

5226 

Alexander (Frank)* Detroit. Time step. © Sept. 
1, 1944; A 183658. 5227 

American digest. General digest, American digest 
system, v. 21. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183279; West 
pub. co., St. Paul. 5228 

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Combined indexes to cases and annotations. 
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1944; A 183343; Lawyers co operative pub. co., 
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Francisco. 5229 

American law reports annotated, v. 151. © Oct. 
5, 1944; A 183342; Lawyers co operative pub. 
co., Rochester, N. Y. & Bancroft- Whitney co., 
San Francisco. " 5230 

American legion. Nappanee post no. 154,* Nap- 
panee, Ind. Greetings from home. © Oct. 14, 
1944; A 183528. 5231 

Andersen (Hans Christian) Little match girl, by 
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© Oct. 16, 1944; A 183656; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., 
New York. 5232 

Armour (Richard) Privates' lives, verses by R. 
Armour, drawings by H. Middlecamp. © Oct. 
15, 1944; A 183669; Bruce Humphries, inc., 
Boston. • 5233 

Arnold (Sarah Louise) Libro tercero de lectura, 
por S. L. Arnold y Charles B. Gilbert. Tradu 
cido y adaptado al espanol, por M. Fernandez 
Juncos. [Revisado por Maria E. Colon de Mosco- 
so] © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183653; Silver Burdett 
co., New York. 5234 

Aspden (Don)* Upper Montclair, N. J. Barney's 
barges. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183186. 5235 

Atkinson (Carroll)* Detroit. I knew the voice of 
experience. © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183585. 5236 



Atlantic digest. 1944 annual. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 
183464; West pub. Co., St. Paul. ' 5237 

Atlantic reporter. Second series, v. 37 A. 2d. © 
Sept. 29, 1944, A 183467; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

5238 



Austin (Chester L.) Diary of world war 2. © July 
29, 1944; A 183160; Diary pub. co., Detroit. 

5239 

[Austin (John)]* Royden, Near Ware, Herts., Eng- 
land. Grand barrage, by Gun Buster. © 1 c. 
Oct. 21, 1944, A ad int. 28511; pubd. Aug. 21. 

5240 

Austin (Margot) Lutie. [1st ed.] © Aug. 22, 1944; 
A 183426; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New York. 

5241 

Averill (Esther)* New York. Adventures of Jack 
Ninepins. [1st ed.] © Oct. 11, 1944, A 183506. 

5242 

Babcock (W. Wayne) Principles and practice of 
surgery. © Sept. 29, 1944; A 183165; Lea & 
Febiger, Philadelphia. 5243 

Bailey (Earle Sylvester)* Indianapolis. When 
Waverly was young. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183382. 

5244 

Bailey (Kenneth P.) Thomas Cresap, Maryland 
frontiersman. © Oct. 11,1944; A 183587; Chris- 
topher pub. house, Boston. 5245 

Baker (George)* New York. Sacf^tck. © Sept. 20, 
1944; A 183205. 5246 

Bannon (Laura) Gregorio and the white llama. © 
Oct. 11, 1944; A 183451; Albert Whitman & co., 
Chicago. 5247 

Barnouw (Adriaan J.) Making of modern Holland. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183344; W. W. 
Norton & co., inc., New York. 5248 

Barr (Jene) Conrad the Clock (goes to a carnival) 
© Oct. 13, 1944; A 183543; Wilcox & Follett co. 5 
Chicago. 5249 

Bayles (Ernest E.) Biology for better living, by E. 
E. Bayles and R. Will Burnett. © Oct. 11, 1944; 
A 183653; Silver Burdett co., New York. 5250 

Beard (Charles A.) Basic history of the United 
States, by C. A. Beard and Mary R. Beard. © 
Aug. 20, 1944; A 183602; Garden City pub. co., 
inc., New York. 5251 



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Beauchamp (Wilbur L.) 5252, 5253 

All around us, by W. L. Beauchamp, Gertrude 
Crampton and William S. Gray. [Pupil's ed.] 
© Sept. 29, 1944; A 183310. 
Guidebook for All around us, by W. L. -Beau- 
champ, Gertrude Crampton and William S. 
Gray. © Oct. 4, 1944, A 183462. 
© Scott Foresman & co., Chicago. 

Becker (Carl L.) Story of civilization. [By] C. L. 
Becker [and] Frederic Duncalf. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183145, Silver Burdett co., New York. 

5254 

[Beebe ( Mrs . William)]* New York. Yankee 
stranger. [By] Elswyth Thane. © Sept. 6, 1944; 
A 183330; 5255 

Bendick 0eanne) Electronics for boys and girls, 
[lsted.] © Oct. 13, 1944; A 183536; McGraw- 
Hill book co., inc., New York, 5256 

Benedict (Otis) jr. Manual of machine shop prac- 
tice, lsted. ©Oct. 9,1944; A 183459; McGraw- 
Hill book co.\ inc., New York. 5257 

[Benn (Arnold Warner)] Farm by the lake, by 
Arnold Bender. Translated from the German, 
by Ernest Walter Dickes. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 1943; 
A ad int. 28505, pubd. Sept. 20; William Collins 
sons & co., ltd., London. 5258 

Berg (Edward) Machine drawing problems, by E. 
Berg and George Elleson, © Sept. 26, 1944; A 
183127, Manual arts press, Peoria, 111. 5259 

Best (Herbert)* Fort Ann, N. Y. Young'un. © 
Oct. 20, 1944; A 183626. 5260 

Bible. Sacred Scriptures. New Testament. Con- 
cordant version. Revised international ed. © 
Sept. 13, 1944, A 183547; A. E. Knoch, Los 
Angeles. 5261 

Blair (Walter)* Chicago. Tall tale America. © 
Sept. 25, 1944; A 183133. 5262 

Blakemore (Howard)* Detroit. Special detail. © 
Aug. 11, 1944&4 183267. 5263 



Blum (George Edward)* Los Angeles. Wooky wit. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; A 183260. 5264 

Boardman (Philip) Patrick Geddes, maker of the 
future. © Sept. 30, 1944; A 183191; University 
of North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

5265 

Bond (Paul S.) Military science and tactics. 1944. 

5266-5268 
Elementary training. © Aug. 1; A 183412. 
Infantry. Advanced course [1st ed.] © Sept. 15; 

A 183413. 
Infantry. Basic course. © Aug. 3, A 183414. 
© K. W. Bond, Washington. 

Bonniwell (William R.) History of the Dominican 
liturgy. © July 5, 1944; A 183125; Joseph F. 
Wagner, inc., New York. 5269 

Botkin (Robert James)* Denver. Face value. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; A 183409. 5270 



Bowen (R. Sidney) Red Randall on New Guinea. © 
Oct. 16, 1944; A 183655; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., 
New York. 5271 

Bowman (Waldo G.) Bulldozers come first, by W. 
G. Bowman, Harold W. Richardson, Nathan A. 
Bowers [and others] 1st ed. © Oct. 9, 1944; A 
183460; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 

5272 

Boyden (Louise E.) ed. This pilgrim, Jennie. © 
Sept. 27, 1944, A 183249; Dorothy Shurtleff, 
Boston. 5273 

Braham (Harry Lewis)* Boston. Permanent peace 
for Europe. © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183586. 5274 

Brailsford (Henry Noel)* London. Our settlement 
with Germany. © Sept. 28, 1944; A 183325. 

5275 

Branch (Anna Hempstead) Last poems of A. H. 
Branch. Edited and with a foreword, by Ridgely 
Torrence. © Oct, 19, 1944; A 183572, Farrar & 
Rinehart,. inc. , New York. 5276 

Branch (Lola Bridges)* Camden, Term. Through 
the years. © July 10, 1944; A 183559. 5277 

Bray (W. E.) Synopsis of clinical laboratory meth- 
ods. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183270; C. V. Mosby 
co., St. Louis. 5278 

Breyer (William R.) comp. Libraries and lotteries. 
© June 5, 1944; A 183556; Louisville free public 
library, Louisville. 5279 

_Brickell (Herschel) comp. O. Henry memorial 
award prize stories of 1944. Selected and edited 
by H. Brickel, assisted by Muriel Fuller. [1st 
ed.] © Oct. 19, 1944; A 183605; Doubleday, 
Doran & co., inc., New York. 5280 

Bright (Elizabeth Parks) How about Mexico? © 
Sept. 25, 1944, A 183624, Chapman & Grimes, 
inc., Boston. 5281 

Brill (A. A.) Freud's contribution to psychiatry, 
[lsted.] © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183175/ W. W. 
Norton & co., inc., New York. 5282 

Brimlow (George Francis) Cavalryman out of the 
west. © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183643; Caxton 
printers, ltd., Caldwell, Id. 5283 



Brockway (Sylvia) Sarah and I. [1st ed.] © Oct. 
5, 1944, A 183399; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 5384 



Brogan (Denis W.)* London. American problem. 
© 1 c. Oct. 20, 1944; A ad int. 28509, pubd. Sept. 
1. 5285 

[Brooks (Mrs. Nathaniel)]* Catonsville, Md. None 
but a mule, by Barbara Woollcott. © Oct. 9, 
1944; A 183405. 5286 

Brooks (Van Wyck)*. Westport, Conn. World of 
Washington Irving. [1st ed.] © Oct. 2, 1944; A 
183243. 5287 



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5324 



Brown (Thomas Kite) jr. Secretary's desk book, by 
T. K. Brown, jr., W. J. Pello and Violet Bender. 
Including the Winston dictionary, edited by 
William D. Lewis and Edgar A. Singer. © Aug. 
25, 1944, A 183582; John C. Winston co., Phila- 
delphia. 5288 



Browne (Elizabeth)* Uniontown, Pa. 
life. © Sept. 28, 1944; A 183593. 



Tryst with 
5289 



Brubacher (John S.) ed. Public schools and spirit- 
ual values, by J. S. Brubacher, editor, in collab- 
oration [with] Samuel M. Brownell, John L. 
Childs, Ruth Cunningham [and others. 1st ed.] 
© Oct. 11, 1944; A 183501; Harper & bros., New 
York. 5290 

Bryant (Bernice) Future perfect. [1st ed.] © Sept. 
22, 1944, A 183086; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indian- 
apolis. 5291 

Buckmaster (Henrietta)* Sharon, Conn. Deep 
river. [1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183333. 

5292 

Bullard (F. Lauriston) Few appropriate remarks. 
© Sept. 15, 1944; A 183546; Lincoln memorial 
univ., Harrogate, Tenn. 5293 

Bunnell (Sterling) Surgery of the hand. © Oct. 3, 
1944, A 183341, J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

5294 

Burgess (Thornton W.)* Springfield, Mass. On the 
green meadows. [1st ed.] © Oct. 17, 1944; A 
183492. 5295 

Burke-Gaffney (M. W.) Kepler and the Jesuits. © 
Oct. 16, 1944; A 183637; Bruce pub. co., Mil- 
waukee.' 5296 

Burton (Rex K.)* Independence, Ky. Log cabin 
philosophers, v. 1. © June 15, 1944, A 183555. 

5297 

Burton (William H.) Guidance of learning activities. 
© June 19, 1944; A 183208; D. Appleton-Century 
co., inc., New York. 5298 

Busoni (Rafaello)* New York. Stanley's Africa. 
© Oct. 20, 1944; A 183619. 5299 

Butler-Bowdon (W.) Book of Margery Kempe. 
Fourteen hundred and thirty-six. © Aug? 31, 
1944; A 183167; Devin-Adair co., New York. 

5300 

Calahan (H. A.) What makes a war end? © Sept. 
28, 1944; A 183252; Vanguard press, inc., New 
York. 5301 

Caldwell (Lynton K.) Administrative theories of 
Hamilton and Jefferson. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 
183131; University of Chicago, Chicago. 5302 

California. Supreme court. Reports of cases 
determined, v. 23 2d. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 
183307, Bancroft -Whitney co., San Francisco. 

5303 

Campbell (Sam) Too much salt and pepper. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 22, 1944; A 183084; Bobbs-Merrill 
co., Indianapolis. 5304 



Carter (Charles F.) Microbiology and pathology. 
© Aug. 8, 1944; A 183298; C. V. Mosby co., St. 
Louis. 5305 



Carter (Hodding)* Silver Springs, Md. 
fear. © Oct. 19, 1944; A 183573. 



Winds of 
5306 



Carter (Ralph) Ask for Sally. © Oct. 2, 1944; A 
183352; Phoenix press, New York. 5307 

Cheyney (Peter)* London. Dark street. © Oct. 
10, 1944; A 183564. 5308 

Clark (Sydney A.)* Washington. Mexico, magnetic 
southland. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183567. 5309 

Colby (Harriet) Where is Johnny. © Oct. 16, 1944; 
A 183531, Howell, Soskin, publishers, inc., New 
York. 5310 

Collier (P. F.) & son corp.,* New York. Collier's 
photographic history of world war 2. © Sept. 7, 
1944; A 183262. 5311 

Collins (A. Frederick)* New York. How to under- 
stand electricity. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183087. 

5312 

Colonial and revolutionary lineages of America, 
[v. 11] ©Oct. 5, 1944; A 183496; Amer. historical 
co., inc., New York. 5313 

Coning (William H.)* Covington, O. Principle of 
peace and its abuse. © June 1, 1944, A 183553. 

5314 

Cook (Canfield) Wings over Japan. © Oct. 18,1944; 
A 183634; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New York. 

5315 

Cooper (James B.) Poultry for home and market. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; A 183476; Turner E. Smith & 
co., Atlanta. 5316 

Cordingley (E. G. R.) Next move is .. © Oct. 16, 
1944, A 183490; David McKay co., Philadelphia. 

5317 

Cote (Phyllis N.)* Manchester, N. H. Rabbit-go- 
lucky. [1st ed.] © Sept. 20, 1944; A 183155. 

5318 



Coughlin (Gene)* Los Angeles. 
© Oct. 10, 1944, A 183391. 



Assistant hero. 
5319 



Coward (Noel)* London. Middle east diary. © 1 
c. Oct. 11, 1944; A ad int. 28497; pubd. Aug. 14. 

5320 

Cowherd (P. H.)* Norway, S. C. Sketch of my life. 
© June 26, 1944; A 183560. 5321 

Cowley (Gail) Over seventy. © Sept. 5, 1944, A 
183589; Edward K. Meador, Boston. 5322 

Crane (Aimee) ed. Art in the armed forces. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 183271; Hyperion press, New 
York. 5323 

Crews (Albert) Radio production directing. © Sept. 
21, 1944; A 183170, Natl, broadcasting co., 
Chicago. 5324 



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Crist (Bainbridge) Art of setting words to music. 
© Oct. 5, 1944; A 183331; Carl Fischer, inc., 
New York, 5325 

Crite (Allan Rohan)* Boston. Were you there when 
they crucified my Lord. © Oct. 4, 1944; A 
183339. 5326 

Crutcher (Hester B.) Foster home care for mental 
patients. © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183431; Common- 
wealth fund, New York. 5327 

Cullen (Charles) Jesus the Christ. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183182; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 

5328 

Cushman (Mary Floyd) Missionary doctor. [1st 
ed.] © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183503; Harper & bros., 
New York. 5329 

Da Costa (J. Chalmers) Trials and triumphs of the 
surgeon. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 183264; Dorrance 
& co., inc., Philadelphia. 5330 

Dana (H. E.)* Kansas City, Kan. Manual of ec- 
clesiology, by H. E. Dana, revised in colla- 
boration with L. M. Sipes. © Sept. 13, 1944; A 
183638. 5331 

D'assemani (Michael H. Abraham)* Michigan City, 
Ind. Cross on the sword. © Sept. 9, 1944; A 
183101. 5332 

Dauer (Ernst A.) Comparative operating experience 
of consumer instalment financing agencies and 
commercial banks, 1929-41. © Sept. 8, 1944; A 
183251; Natl, bureau of economic research, inc., 
New York. 5333 

D'Aulaire (Ingri) Wings for Per, by Ingri and Edgar 
Parin d'Aulaire. [1st ed.] © Oct. 19, 1944; A 
183606, Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New York. 

5334 

Davies (D. R.) Down peacock's feathers. © Oct. 
3, 1944; A 183254; Macmillan co., New York. 

5335 

Davis (JohnD.) Westminster dictionary of the Bible, 
by J. D. uavis. Revised and rewritten by Henry 
Snyder Gehman. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183239; 
Westminster press, Philadelphia. 5336 



Davison (Marguerite Porter)* 
Handweaver's pattern book. 
A 183184. 



Swarthmore, Pa. 

© Sept. 12, 1944; 

5337 



Dearie (u. A.) Plastic molding and plant manage- 
ment. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183622; Chemical pub. 
co., inc., Brooklyn. 5338 

Deloria (Ella) Speaking of Indians. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183452; Friendship press, inc.^ New 
York. 5339 

Deming (Dorothy) Penny and Pam, nurse and cadet. 
© Oct. 10, 1944; A 183565; Dodd, Mead & co., 
inc., New York. 5340 

DeWitt (William C.)* Kingston, N. Y. People's 
history of Kingston, Rondout and vicinity, 1820 
to 1943. © July 25, 1944; A 183623. 5341 



Dick (Gertrude McConnell) Kaleidoscope. © Sept. 
11, 1944; A 183265; Dorrance & co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 5342 

District of Columbia. Court of_ appeals. United 
States Court of appeals for the District of Co- 
lumbia. Cases argued and adjudged from May 
24, 1943, to March 20, 1944. v. 78. © Sept. 28, 
1944; A 183463, West pub. co., St. Paul. 5343 

Divine (A. -u.)* London. Navies in exile. [1st ed.] 
© Sept. 29, 1944; A 183199. 5344 

Dixon (Henry Aldous) Organization and development 
of terminal occupational curricula in selected 
junior colleges. © June 1, 1944; A 183320; 
Weber college, Ogden, Utah. 5345 

Dixon (Jack) Our sons will triumph. © Sept. 26, 
1944; A 183407; Thomas Y. Crowell co., New 
York. 5346 

Dixon (Margaret Collins Denny)* Richmond. Denny 

. genealogy*, by M. C. D. uixon and Elizabeth 

Chapman Denny Vann. © Aug. 24, 1944, A 

183222. 5347 

Dobbs (Rose)* New York. No room, an old storv 
retold. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 183309. 5348 

Doheny (William J.)* New York. Canonical pro- 
cedure in matrimonial cases, v. 2. © Oct. 5, 
1944; A 183375. 5349 

Donnelly (uorothy) Bone and the star. © Sept. 27, 
1944; A 183217; Sheed & Ward, inc., New York. 

5350 

Dooley (Lester M.) comp. Holy Ghost manual. © 
May 16, 1944; A 183124; Joseph F. Wagner, inc., 
New York. 5351 

Dower (K. C. Gandar) First to be freed. © 1 c. 
Oct. 5, 1944; A ad int. 28487; pubd. Sept. 12; His 
Majesty's stationery office, London. 5352 

Dow ling (Noel T.), Patterson (Edwin W.) & Powell 
(Richard R.)* New York. Materials for legal 
method. Pt. 1. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183385. 

5353 

[Drago (Harry Sinclair)] Rusty guns, by Bliss Lomax 
[pseud.] © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183140, Dodd, 
Mead & co., inc., New York. 5354 

Dufton (Lena) ed. History of nursing at the New 
York postgraduate medical school and hospital. 
© Sept. 29, 1944; A 183299; Amy F. Patmore, 
New York. 5355 

Dunaway (Wayland F.) Scotch-Irish of colonial 
Pennsylvania. © Oct. 14, 1944; A 183486; Uni- 
versity of North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. 
C. 5356 

Dunsany (Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, lgth 
baron) * Dunsany Castle, County Meath, Ireland. 
Guerrilla, by Lord Dunsany. © Oct. 2 t 1944, A 
183458. 5357 

purand (Ruth Sawyer)]* Ithaca, N. Y. & Seredy 
(Kate)* Montgomery, N. Y. Christmas Anna 
angel, by Ruth Sawyer. Illustrated by Kate 
Seredy. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183614. 5358 



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5394 



Duveen bros., inc.,* New York. Duveen sculpture 
in public collections of America. © Oct. 5, 
1944; A 183408. 5359 

Dykstra (John A.) Heavenly days. © Oct. 13, 1944; 
A 183487; William B. Eerdmans pub, co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich, 5360 

Eakin (Frank) Let's think about our religion. [By] 
F. Eakin and Mildred Moody Eakin. © Sept. 26, 
1944; A 183096; Macmillan co,, New York. 

5361 

Eaton (Anne Thaxter)* New York & Angelo (Valen- 
ti)* Bronxville, N. Y. Animals' Christmas, 
poems, carols, and stories chosen by A. T. 
Eaton, decorated by Valenti Angelo. © Oct. 20, 
1944; A 183616. 5362 

Echard (Margaret)* Hollywood, Calif. If this be 
treason. [1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183329. 

5363 



Edwards (Cas)* Alpine, Tex. 
© May 22, 1944; A 183562. 



Cowboy philosophy. 
5364 



Ehlers (R. G. M.) Diary of the ship's surgeon. © 
Oct. 9, 1944; A 183590; Edward K. Meador, 
Boston. 5365 

Electronic engineering, v. 17, no. 200, Oct., 1944. 
© 1 c. Oct. 19, 1944; A ad int. 28506; pubd. Sept. 
30; Hulton press, ltd., London. 5366 

Elliott (Maud Howe)* Newport, R. I. This was my 
Newport, © Oct. 10, 1044; A 183584. 5367 

Ely (Joseph B.) American dream. © Oct. 20, 1944; 
A 183668;Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 5368 

Encyclopedia of American biography^ New series, 
[v. 17] © Sept. 1, 1944; A 183495, Amer. 
historical co., inc., New "Sork. 5369 



Essays in biology in honor of Herbert M. Evans, 
written by his friends. © May 28, 1943; A 
183158; Regents of the Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, 
Calif. 5370 

Everett (Houston S.) Gynecological and obstetrical 
urology. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 183321; Williams & 
Wilkins co., Baltimore. 5371 



Ewen (David) Men of popular music, 
1944; A 183515; Ziff-Davis pub. co. 



© Oct. 16, 
Chicago. 

5372 



Fabres (Oscar) illus. Arabian nights. Illustrated 
by O. Fabres. Edited and rewritten by Rosa Van 
Rosen. © Oct. 15, 1944, A 183597; Hyperion 
press, New York. 5373 

Fadner (Frederic)* Alton, 111. Glorious phantom. 
© July 5, 1937; A 183261. 5374 

Farmer (Wendell) Bicycle eommandos. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 19, 1944; A 183600; Doubleday, Doran & 
co., inc., New York. 5375 



Farnham (Mateel Howe)* Westport, Conn. 
Tollivers. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183139. 



The 
5376 



Farquhar (S. Edgar) ed. Grolier encyclopedia, v. 
1-11. © July 25, 1944; A 183226; Grolier soc, 
inc., New York. 5377 

Farrington (S. Kip) jr. Railroads at war. © Oct. 
9, 1944; A 183598; Coward-McCann, inc., New 
York. 5378 



Fay (Minnie Hicks)* 
Crawford's tavern. 



Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Billy 

© Sept. 27, 1944; A 183285. 

5379 



[Feikema (Feike)]* Minneapolis. Golden bowl. 
[By Frederick Feikema. 1st ed.] © Sept. 11, 
1944; A 183227. 5380 

Field artillery journal. Field artillery guide. © 
Oct. 18, 1944; A 183660; U. S. field artillery 
assn. , Washington. 5381 

Filas (F. L.) Man nearest to Christ. © Oct. 11, 
1944; A 183453, Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 

5382 

Fink (Reuben) America and Palestine. © Oct. 12, 
1944; A 183481; Amer. Zionist emergency 
council, New York. 5383 

Fischer (Bruno)* Peekskill,N. Y. Quoth the raven. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 19, 1944; A 183604. 5384 

Fisher (Anne B.)* Pacific Grove, Calif. Pears, 
pirates and silver lace. © Oct. 11, 1944; A 
183525. ' 5385 

Flack (Marjorie) Away goes Jonathan Wheeler. © 
Oct. 2, 1944; A 183301; Garden City pub. co., 
inc., Garden City, N. Y. 5386 

Fletcher (Inglis) Lusty wind for Carolina. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 16, 1944; A 183533; Bobbs-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 5387 

Floherty (John J.)* Port Washington, N. Y. Behind 
the microphone. [1st ed.] © Oct. 17, 1944; A 
183610. 5388 

Flynn (John T.)* New York. Meet your congress. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183326. 5389 

Fraser (Everett) Cases and readings on property, 
v. 2. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183280; Foundation 
press, inc., Chicago. 5390 

Friedman (Joseph S.) History of color photography. 
© Sept. 28, 1944, A 183187, Amer. photographic 
pub. co., Boston. 5391 

Friedrich H. der Grosse. king of Prussia . Instruc- 
tions for his generals. Frederick the Great. 
Translated by Brigadier general Thomas R. 
Phillips. © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183439; Military 
service pub. co., Harrisburg, Pa. 5392 

Frost (Frances) American caravan. © Oct. 9, 
1944; A 183461; McGraw-Hill book co.,inc, New 
York. 5393 

Fuller (Robert W.)* Westport, Conn,, Brownlee 
(Raymond B.)* Alpine, Calif. & Baker (D. Lee)* 
New Rochelle, N. Y. Elements of physics. © 
Aug. 17, 1944, A 183094. 5394 



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Funkenbusch (Walter William) jr..* Canton, Mo. 
Factorial function. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 183159. 

5395 

Gardiner (Frederic Merrick) Dynamite Duncan, U. 
S. N. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183137; Dodd, Mead & 
co., inc., New York. 5396 

Garyantes (H. F.) Handbook for shipwrights. 1st 
ed. © Oct. 12, 1944; A 183510; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 5397 

[Gasparotti (Elizabeth Seifert)]* Moberly, Mo. 
Doctor Ellison's decision, by Elizabeth Seifert. 
© Sept. 26, 1944; A 183138. 5398 

Gheon (Henri) Secrets of the saints, by H. Gheon. 
[Translated by F. J. Sheed and Donald Attwater] 
© Sept. 13, 1944; A 183229; Sheed & Ward, inc., 
New York. 5399 

Gibbs (Philip)* Shamley Green, Surrey, England. 
Battle within. © 1 c. Sept. 29, 1944; A ad int. 
28480; pubd. June 1. 5400 

Gifford (Frank Dean) Traveling the King's highway. 
© Sept. 27, 1944; A 183178; Morehouse -Gorham 
co., New York. 5401 

Gilbert (Albert J.) Essentials of pharmacology and 
materia medica for nurses, by A. J. Gilbert and 
Selma Moody. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 183630; C. V. 
Mosby co., St. Louis. 5402 

Gilbert (Paul T.) Egbert and his marvelous ad- 
ventures. [1st ed.] © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183497; 
Harper & bros., New York. 5403 

[Goldberg (Reuben Lucius)]* New York. Rube 
Goldberg plan for the post-war world, by Rube 
Goldberg. © Oct. 17, 1944; A 183494. 5404 

Goodrich (Lloyd) Winslow Homer. © Sept. 26, 1944; 
A 183098; Whitney museum of Amer. art, New 
York. 5405 

Goren (Charles H.)* Philadelphia. Standard book 
of bidding. [1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183328. 

5406 

Gorges (Raymond) Story of a family through eleven 
centuries. © Sept. 19, 1944; A 183102; Grace 
Gorges, Newport, R. I. 5407 

Graham (Benjamin) World commodities and world 
currency. 1st ed. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183509; 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York, 5408 

Graham (Gwethalyn)* Montreal. Earth and high 
heaven. [1st ed.] © Aug. 31, 1944; A 183114. 

5409 

Grant (Dorothy Fremont) 5410, 5411 

Margaret Brent, adventurer. [1st ed.] © Oct. 

11, 1944; A 183416; D. F. Grant, Manhasset, 

L. I., N. Y. 
War is my parish. © Oct. 14, 1944; A 183523; 

Bruce pub.co., Milwaukee. 

Greene (Harry A.) In every way. [By] H. A. Greene 
[and] Kate Ashley. © June 1, 1944; A 183106; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 5412 



Gregory (Hollingsworth Franklin)* Osborn, O. 
Anything a horse can do. © Sept. 19, 1944; A 
183581. 5413 

Grimes (David) Meet the electron. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183388; Pitman pub. corp., New York. 

5414 

[Grinnell (Hazel Young)]* Springfield, Mass. Work- 
ing girl must eat. [By] Hazel Young. © Oct. 
17, 1944; A 183620. 5415 

Grisso (Lillian) comp . Heritage of devotion. © 
Sept. 27, 1944; A 183423; Brethren pub. house, 
Elgin, 111. 5416 

Gunn (Neil M.) Green isle of the great deep. © 1 
c. Oct. 20, 1944; A ad int. 28520; pubd. June 6; 
Faber & Faber, ltd., London. 5417 

Gunnison (Royal Arch)* New York. So sorry, no 
peace. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 183615. 5418 

Hacker (John L.) Runabout book, by J. L. Hacker, 
Charles D. Mower [and] William Atkin. v. 22. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 1832&3; Hearst magazines, 
inc., New York. 5419 

[Hall (Doris Gates)]* Los Gatos, Calif. Trouble 
for Jerry, by Doris Gates. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 
183617. 5420 

Halleran (Eugene E.)* Ocean City, N. J. Prairie 
guns. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183244. 5421 

Hallet (Richard Matthews)* Boothbay Harbor, Me. 
Foothold of earth, [1st ed.] © Oct. 17, 1944; 
A 183570. 5422 

Hallock (Gerard Benjamin Fleet) ed. Doran's 
ministers manual, a study and pulpit guide for 
the calendar year 1945. Compiled and edited by 
G. B. F. Hallock and M. K. W. Heicher. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 11, 1944; A 183504; Harper & bros., New 
York. ' 5423 

Hancock (Lucy Agnes)* Auburn, N. Y. Community 
nurse. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183245. 5424 

Hannington (Walter)* London. Rights of engineers. 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; A ad int. 28489; pubd. July 
31. 5425 

Hanson (Mesha) Desert rose. © Aug. 26, 1944; A 
183195; M. Hanson & Grace Kaercher Davis, 
Minneapolis. 5426 

Harmon (NolanB.) jr., ed. Doctrines and discipline 
of the Methodist church, 1944. Edited by N. B. 
Harmon, jr., book editor, and Murray H. Leiffer, 
consultant. [1st ed.] © Sept. 6, 1944; A 183177; 
Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 5427 

Harriman (Margaret Case)* New York. Take them 
up tenderly. [1st ed.] © Oct. 16, 1944; A 
183609. ' 5428 

Harris (Laura) Happy little choo-choo. © Sept. 
25, 1944, A 183358; William Penn pub. Corp., 
New York. 5429 

Harrison (Salomay Lauderdale) Lindas tierras de 
Mexico. © Oct. 3, 1944, A 183273; D. C. Heath 
& co., Boston. 5430 



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no. 10, 1944 



5467 



Harte (Bret) Tales of the gold rush. © Sept. 28, 
1944; A 183384; Limited editions club.New York. 

5431 

Hartzell (Paul) ed. Prayer book office. © Sept. 28, 
1944; A 183148; Morehouse -Gorham co., New 
York. 5432 

Hastings (Dorothy Grace)* Barton, Vt. Death at 
the depot. [1st ed.] © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183498. 

5433 

Haurwitz (Bernhard) Climatology, by B. Haurwitz 
and James M. Austin. 1st ed. © Oct. 3, 1944; 
A 183402; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 

5434 

Hayek (Fredrich A.) Road to serfdom. © Sept. 18, 
1944; A 183398; University of Chicago, Chicago. 

5435 

Haywood (H. L.) Famous masons. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 6, 1944; A 183442; Masonic history co., 
Chicago. 5436 

Hedrick (U. P.) Fruits for the home garden. © 
Sept. 21, 1944; A 183220; Oxford unlv. press, 
New York, inc., New York. 5437 

[Henderson (Le Grand)]* Thomaston, Ga. Augustus 
flies, by Le Grand. [1st ed.] © Oct. 16, 1944; 
A 183535. 5438 

Herring (Hubert Clinton) America and the Americas. 
© Sept. 27, 1944; A 183221; Claremont colleges, 
Claremont, Calif. 5439 

Hewett (Edgar L.) Man and the state. ©• Sept. 23, 
1944; A 183347; University of New Mexico press, 
Albuquerque, N. M. 5440 

Heym (Stefan)* New York. Of smiling peace. [1st 
ed.] © Oct. 18, 1944; A 183545. 5441 

Hichens (Robert Smythe)* London. Young Mrs. 
Brand. © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183508. 5442 



Higgins (Helen Boyd) Stephen Foster, boy minstrel. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 22, 1944; A 183085; Bobbs- 
Merrill co., Indianapolis. 5443 

Hill (Grace Livingston)* Swarthmore, Pa. Time 
of the singing of birds. [1st ed.] © Sept. 



1944; A 183629. 



5444 



Hocking (William Ernest) Science and the idea of 
God. © Sept. 30, 1944; A 183189; University of 
North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 5445 

Holmes (Arthur) Principles of physical geology. 
© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944, A ad int. 28522; pubd. Sept. 
15; Thomas Nelson & sons, ltd., New York. 

5446 

Homerus. 5447, 5448 

Iliad of Homer. A line for line translation in 
dactylic hexameters, by William Benjamin 
Smith and Walter Miller. © Oct. 3, 1944; A 
183474; Macmillan co., New York. 
Odyssey of Homer. Translated by Samuel Butler. 
© Sept. 26, 1944; A 183314; Walter J. Black, 
inc., New York. 



Hottes (Alfred Carl) 1001 Christmas facts and 
fancies. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183248; A. T. De 
La Mare co., inc., New York. 5449 

House (Boyce) Tall talk from Texas. © Sept. 11, 
1944; A 183542; Naylor co., San Antonio. 

5450 

Howe (Eric Graham)* London. Triumphant spirit. 
© 1 c. Aug. 18, 1943; A ad int. 28524; pubd. June 
4. 5451 

Hubler (Richard G.) Flying leathernecks. [By] R. 
G. Hubler and John A. DeChant. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 19, 1944; A 183599; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 5452 

Huie (William Bradford)* Silver Springs, Md. Can 
do. [1st ed.] © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183109. 

5453 

Hunter (George W.) Problems in general science, 
by G. W. Hunter and Walter G. Whitman. © 
Oct. 2, 1944; A 183296; Amer. book co., New 
York. 5454 

Hurley (Gene) Have you seen this man? [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 2, 1944; A 183300; Bobbs-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 5455 

Hussey (Russell C.) Historical geology. 1st ed. 

© Sept. 25, 1944; A 183173; McGraw-Hill book 

co., inc., New York. 5456 

• 

Hutchison (Bruce) Hollow men. © Sept. 25, 1944; 

A 183132; Coward-McCann, inc., New York. 

5457 

[Hutton (O. C.)]* Oakland, N. J. & [Rooney (Andrew 
A.)]* Albany. Air gunner, by Bud Hutton and 
Andy Rooney. © Oct. 19, 1944; A 183571. 

5458 

Illinois. Smith-Hurd Illinois annotated statutes. 
Permanent ed. Chapters 43-46. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183277, 183278; West pub. co., St. Paul 
& Burdette Smith co., Chicago. 5459, 5460 

Illinois. Appellate courts. Reports of cases deter- 
mined, v. 322. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183482; 
Callaghan & co., Chicago. 5461 

Supreme court . Reports of cases at law and in 

chancery argued and determined, v. 385. © 
Sept. 25, 1944; A 183224; Edwin Hill, Cooke, 
Bloomington, 111. 5462 

Illustrated London news. v. 205. 1944. 5463-5465 
No. 5500, Sept. 16, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 6, A ad int. 

28495; pubd. Sept. 16. 
No. 5501, Sept. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 20; A ad 

int. 28515; pubd. Sept. 23. 
No. 5502, Sept. 30, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 20; A ad 

. int. 28516; pubd. Sept. 30. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Indiana. Supreme court. Reports of the cases 
decided, v. 221. © Sept. 22, 1944; A 183099; 
State of Indiana, Indianapolis. 5466, 

Jackson (J. Hugh) Accounting principles. © Sept. 
26, 1944; A 183259; Charles R. Hadley co., Los 
Angeles. 5467 



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Jane's all the world's aircraft. 1943-44. Compiled 
and edited by Leonard Bridgman. © 1 c. Oct. 
25, 1944; A ad int. 28518; pubd. Sept. 6; Mac- 
millan co., New York. 5468 

Jane's fighting ships. 1943-4. Editor: Francis E. 
McMurtrie. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1944; A ad int. 
28519; pubd. Sept. 21; Macmillan co., New York. 

5469 

Jeans (James) Universe around us. © Oct. 3, 1944; 
A 183473; Macmillan co., New York. 5470 

Joad (C. E. M.) Adventures of the young soldier in 
search of the better world. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 
183286; Arco pub. co., New York. 5471 

Johansson (Albert Edward) In strictest measure. 
© Sept. 25, 1944; A 183632; Bruce Humphries, 
inc., Boston. 5472 

Johnson (Crockett) Barnaby and Mr. O'Malley. © 
Sept. 13, 1944; A 183540; Field publications, 
Brooklyn. 5473 

Johnson (Osa)* New York. Bride in the Solomons. 
© Sept. 26, 1944; A 183169. 5474 

Jones (Bayard Hale) American lectionary. © Oct. 
5, 1944; A 183383; Morehouse -Gorham co., New 
York. 5475 

Jordan (Gail) Not bad. © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183351, 
Phoenix press,*New York. 5476 

Justus (May) Banjo Billy and Mr. Bones. © Oct. 

11, 1944; A 183450; Albert Whitman & co. s 
Chicago. 5477 

Kahn (Edgar M.) Cable car days in San Francisco. 
© Oct. 6, 1944; A 183489; Board of trustees of 
the Leland Stanford junior univ., Stanford Uni- 
versity, Calif. 5478 

[Kaplan (Nathan)]* New York. Ark of Noah. Pt. 4. 
Numbers. [By Noah Kaplan] © Aug. 25, 1944; 
A 183228. 5479 

Katterhenry (Edwin A.) Can you take it? © Oct. 

12, 1944; A 183659; Eden pub. house, St. Louis. 

5480 

Kauf mann (Felix) Methodology of the social sciences. 
© Aug. 31, 1944; A 183539; Oxford univ. press, 
New York, inc., New York. 5481 

Kelen (Emery illus . Aesop's fables. Illustrated 
by E. Kelen. Edited and rewritten by Elizabeth 
Stones. © Oct. 15, 1944; A 183596; Hyperion 
press, New York. 5482 

Kelly (Eric P.)* Chebeague Island, Me. From 
star to star. [1st ed.] © Sept. 7, 1944; A 182824. 

5483 

Kelsen (Hans) Peace through law. © Oct. 14, 1944; 
A 183485; University of North Carolina press, 
Chapel Hill, N. C. 5484 

Kennedy (James W.) Man who wanted to know. © 
Oct. 12, 1944; A 183488; Morehouse -Gorham co., 
New York. 5485 



Kenny (Virginia Arville) Convent boarding school. 
© Sept. 27, 1944; A 183218; Sheed & Ward, inc., 
New York. ' 5486 

Kern (Frank J.)* Cleveland. Pronouncing English- 
Slovene dictionary for general use. © Sept. 1, 
1944; A 183661. 5487 

Kerr (H. Dabney) Urinary tract, by H.D. Kerr [and] 
Carl L. Gillies. © Sept. 13, 1944; A 183236; 
Year book publishers, inc., Chicago. 5488 

[Kisich (Margaret Shedd)]* Mexico City. Inherit 
the earth, by Margaret Shedd. [1st ed.] © Oct. 
11, 1944; A 183502. 5489 

Knott (M. O'Malley) Gone away with O'Malley, by 
M. O. Knott, with Page Cooper. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 19, 1944; A 183601; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 5490 

Koehler (Robert Portner) Corpse in the wind. © 
Oct. 2, 1944; A 183348; Phoenixpress, New York. 

5491 

Korngold (Ralph)* Chicago. Citizen Toussaint. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 14, 1944; A 183214. 5492 



Kraus (Rene)* Brattleboro, Vt. 
in the mirror. [1st ed.] © 
183569. 



Winston Churchill 

Oct. 18, 1944; A 

5493 



Kreider (Paul Gates)* Springfield, III. Bacteriology, 
pathology and etiology of measles pneumonia and 
measles encephalomyelitis with venous throm- 
bosis. © Dec. 12, 1943; A 184024. 5494 

Lahey (Thomas A.)* Notre Dame, Ind. King of the 
pygmies. © Oct. 17, 1944; A 183519. 5495 

Laidler (Harry W.) Social-economic movements. 
© Sept. 5, 1944; A 183662; Thomas Y. Crowell 
co., New York. 5496 

Lamneck (John Howard) Ohio divorce and alimony. 
© May 31, 1944; A 183128; Haynes pub. co., 
Cleveland. 5497 

Lane (Margaret)* Littledown, Near Andover, Hants, 
England. Where Helen lies. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1944; A ad int. 28484, pubd. Aug. 14. 5498 

Lane (Robert Hill)* Arcadia, Calif. Principal in 
the modern elementary school. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183172. . 5499 

Larrimore (Lida) Bugles in her heart. © Oct. 16, 
1944; A 183537; Macrae-Smith co. s Philadelphia. 

5500 

Lasance (F. E.) Young man's guide. © Aug. 9, 
1944; A 183663; Benziger bros., inc., New York. 

5501 



Lasswell (Mary)* Poplar Bluff, 
© Oct. 10. 1944; A 183645. 



Mo. 



High time. 
5502 



Leahy (Maurice)* New York. Flower of her kin- 
dred. © July 1, 1944; A 183258. 5503 

Lederer (Virginia)* Santa Monica, Calif. Married 
at leisure. [1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183327. 

5504 



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no. 10, 1944 



5539 



Lednicki (Waclaw) Life and culture of Poland, © 
Oct. 12, 1944; A 183411; Roy publishers, a. n., 
New York. 5505 

Leeming 0oseph)* New York. Brave ships of 
world war II. © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183395. 5506 

Lent (Constantin Paul)* New York. Rocket re- 
search history and handbook. 1st issue. © July 
11, 1944; A 183640. 5507 

Leuschner (Albert Edward)* Los Angeles. Ram- 
bling along through the Scriptures. © Aug. 10, 
1944; A 183484. 5508 

Levy (Samuel J.)* Chester, N. Y. Story of the 
Allied dental council. © Sept. 20, 1944; A 183157. 

5509 

Lewis (D. B. Wyndham)* Ticehurst, Sussex, Eng- 
land. Ronsard. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183134. 

5510 

Lewis (William Dodge) ed. Executive's desk book, 
including the Winston dictionary. Edited by W. 
D. Lewis, Henry Seidel Canby and Thomas Kite 
Brown. © May 1, 1944; A 183470; John C. 
Winston co., Philadelphia. 5511 

Leyson (BurrW.) Plastics intheworldof tomorrow. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183110; E. P. 
Dutton & co., inc., New York. 5512 

Literary classics, inc.,* New York. Decade, 1929- 
1939, by Stephen Longstreet, Your world to- 
morrow, by Donald G„ -Cooley and Editors of 
Mechanix illustrated. Purser's progress, by 
Tom O'Reilly. © Sept. 20, 1944; A 183188. 5513 

Littleton (Mary Brabson) Whence victory? © July 
1, 1944; A 183444; Scapular press. New York. 

5514 

Lohse (Charlotte) Mysterious continent, by C. 
Lohse and Judith Seaton. [1st ed.] © Oct. 10, 
1944; A 183397; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

5515 

Loring (Emilie)* Boston. Keepers of the faith. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 17, 1944; A 183621. 5516 

Lowell (Robert)* Black Rock, Conn. Land of un- 
likeness. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183194. 5517 

Lucas (Walter Arndt)* Hawthorne, N. J. From the 
hills to the Hudson. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 183305. 

5518 

Luthin (Reinhard H.) First Lincoln campaign. © 
Oct. 18, 1944; A 183575; President & fellows of 
Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 5519 

Lydgate (William A.)* New York. What America 
thinks. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183151. 5520 

McCloy (Helen)* New York. Panic. © Oct. 18, 
1944; A 193612. 5521 

McCoy (Robert A.) & Lott (Davis N.)* Seattle, 
Rules of the road. © July 14, 1944; A 183240. 

5522 



[McCracken (Susanne Suba)]* Chicago. Spots, by 
Suba. [1st ed.] © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183242. 5523 

Macdermott (Isabel K.) Libro cuarto de lectura, 
por I. K. Macdermott y M. Fernandez Juncos. 
[Revisado por Maria E. Colon de Moscoso] © 
Oct. 5, 1944; A 183652; Silver Burdett co., New 
York. 5524 



MacDonald (Golden) Red light, green light. © Sept. 
21, 1944; A 183113; Doubleday, Doran & co., 
inc., New York. 5525 

[MacDougall (Sylvia)]* Charlestown, Aboyne, 
Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Let's light the candles, 
by Paul Waineman. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944; A ad 
int. 28512; pubd. Feb. 17. 5526 

McDowell (Edward A.) Son of man and suffering 
servant. © Sept. 8, 1944; A 183204; Broadman 
press, Nashville. 5527 

McFee (William) ed. World's great tales of the sea. 
[Forum books ed.] ©Aug. 16, 1944; A 183354, 
World pub. co., Cleveland. 5528 

McGinley (Phyllis) & Stone (Helen)* New York. 

Horse that lived upstairs, by P. McGinley. 

Illustrated by Helen Stone. [1st ed.] © Oct. 13, 

1944; A 183611. 5529 

MacKaye (David Loring) We of Frabo stand. © 
Oct. 11, 1944; A 183417; D. L. MacKaye & Julia 
Gunther MacKaye, San Jose, Calif. 5530 

[MacLennan (Dorothy Duncan)]* Los Angeles. 
Partner in three worlds, by Dorothy Duncan [1st 
ed.] © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183500. 5531 

MacManus (M. J.) Eamon de Valera. © 1 c. Sept. 
29, 1944; A ad int. 28481, pubd. May 1; Talbot 
press, ltd., Dublin, Ireland. 5532 



McMeekin (Isabel McLennan)* Louisville, 
new moon. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183657. 



Juba's 
5533 



MacMullen (Jerry) Paddle-wheel days in California. 
© Oct. 3, 1944; A 183322; Board of trustees of 
the Leland Stanford junior univ., Stanford 
University, Calif. 5534 

McNeer (May) Story of California. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 4, 1944; A 183427; Artist & writers guild, 
inc., New York. 5535 

MacNeil (Marion Gill)* Westerly, R. I. Between 
earth and sky. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183319. 5536 

McQuillin (Eugene) Law of municipal corporations. 
Original material by E. McQuillin. 1944 revision 
by Frank D. Moore, v. 5. © Sept. 28, 1944; A 
183198; Callaghan & co., Chicago. 5537 

McWilliams (Carey)* Los Angeles. Prejudice, 
Japanese -Americans, symbol of racial intoler- 
ance. [1st ed.] © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183491. 5538 

[Magdelain (Mrs . Philippe)]* Rosemont, Pa. 
Strictly private. [By] Elizabeth Woodward 
[pseud.] © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183150. 5539 



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41 



Maier (Walter Arthur) America, turn to Christ. 
© Oct. 5, 1944; A 183359; Concordia pub. house, 
St. Louis. 5540 

[Mallowan (Agatha Christie)]* New York. Death 
comes as the end. [By] Agatha Christie. © Oct. 
10, 1944; A 183566. 5541 

Manly (Harold Phillips) comp . Drake's electrical 
and radio dictionary. © Sept. 29, 1944; A 183241; 
Frederick J. Drake & co., Chicago. 5542 

Mann (James B.) Atlas of dental and oral pathology, 
by J. B. Mann, J. E. Ash [and] Joseph L. Bernier. 
Revised by Henry M. Goldman. © Sept. 5, 1944; 
A 18328*8; Amer. registry of pathology, Wash- 
ington. 5543 

Mann (Martha) Nathan Hale, patriot. © Oct. 10, 
1944; A 183568; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 5544 

Mann (Thomas) Joseph, der ernahrer. © July 15, 
1944; A 183425; Bermann-Fischer verlag, a. b., 
Stockholm. 5545 

Mapes (Mary A.) Surprise. © -Oct. 16, 1944; A 
183532; Howell, Soskin, publishers, inc., New 
York. 5546 

Markham (S. F.) Climate and the energy of nations. 
© Sept. 14, 1944; A 183341; Oxford univ. press, 
New York, inc., New York; 5547 

Markwick (Evangeline)* New London, N. H. Train- 
ing medical secretaries in junior colleges. © 
Oct. 2, 1944; A 183517. 5548 

Marlatt (Earl) Lands away. © Sept. 30, 1944; A 
183181; Whitmore & Stone, Nashville. 5549 

Marmur (Jacland)* Larkspur, Calif. Sea duty. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 29, 1944; A 183304. 5550 

Marsh (Frank Lewis) Evolution, creation and 
science. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183126; Review & 
herald pub. assn., Washington. 5551 

Martin (A„ E.)* New York. Sinners never die. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 183156. 5552 

Martin (Bob) Roller skating. © Oct. 23, 1944; A 
183781; A. S. Barnes & co., inc., New York. 

5553 

Martin (Luda M.)* Weatherford, Tex. Rhythm in 
dress. © Sept. 5, 1944; A 183176. 5554 

Martin (William Wallace)* Nashville. Gospels of 
Matthew and Luke. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183592. 

5555 

Masing (G.) Ternary systems, by G. Masing. 
Translated by B. A. Rogers. © Oct. 13, 1944; 
A 183639; Reinhold pub. Corp., New York. 5556 

Mather (Kirtley F.) Enough and to spare. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 11, 1944; A 183499; Harper & bros., New 
York. 5557 

Mathews (Basil) Unfolding drama in southeast Asia. 
© Sept. 26, 1944; A 183360; Friendship press, 
inc., New York. 5558 



Mayer (Agnes E.)* Washington. Journey through 
chaos. [1st ed.] © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183272. 

5559 

[Medearis (Kathryn K.)]* Downey, Calif. Practi- 
cally apparent, by Kathryn Kay [pseud. 1st ed.] 
© Sept. 1, 1944; A 183082. 5560 



Mergendahl (Charles)* Newtonville, Mass. Don't 
wait up for spring. [1st ed.] ©Oct. 17, 1944; 
A 183522. 5561 

Merritt (Charles Edwin)* Columbia, Mo. My log. 
© Aug. 8, 1944; A 183381. 5562 

Mestel (Jacob) Unser teater. © Nov. 15, 1943; A 
183212; Yiddisher kultur farband, New- York. 

5563 

Miller (DeWitt L.) Mastery of the Master. © Sept. 
15, 1944; A 183424; Brethren pub. house, Elgin, 
111. 5564 

Miller (Elizabeth Jones)* Drums, Pa. Friendly 
road. © Sept. 30, 1944; A 183410. 5565 

Mineka (Francis E.) Dissidence of dissent. With 
a chapter on religious periodicals, 1700-1825. 
© Sept. 30, 1944; A 183190; University of North 
Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 5566 

Molloy (Anne S.)* Exeter, N. H. Decky's secret. 
© Sept. 19, 1944; A 183033. 5567 

Montgomery (Rutherford G.) Warhawk patrol. © 
Sept. 25, 1944; A 183092; David McKay co.,. 
Philadelphia. 5568 

Moore (Clement) Night before Christmas, by C. 
Moore. Illustrated by Roberta Paflin. © Aug. 
22, 1944; A 183380; Roberta Paflin, Tenafly, N. 
J. & John F. McKenna, Maplewood, N. J. 5569 

Moore (Marianne)* Brooklyn. Nevertheless. © 
Sept. 26, 1944; A 183096. 5570 

Morehead (Albert H.) Modern Hoyle. [Winston ed.] 
© Oct. 4, 1944; A 183284; Pocket books, inc., 
New York. 5571 

Morgan (G. Campbell) Los grandes capitulos de la 
Biblia, por G. C. Morgan. Version castellana de 
Francisco E. Estrello. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 
183161; Amer. tract soc, New York. 5572 

Morley (Christopher) Middle kingdom. [1st ed.] 
©Oct. 5, 1944; A 183336; * Harcourt, Brace & 
co., inc., New York. 5573 

Morris (Percy A.) They hop and crawl. © Sept. 
30, 1944; A 183237; Jacques Cattell press,Lan- 
caster, Pa. 5574 

Moulton (Harold G.) Control of Germany and Japan, 
by H. G. Moulton and Louis Marlio. © Sept. 11, 
1944; A 183311; Brookings institution, Washington. 

5575 

Muenscher (Waiter Conrad) Aquatic plants of the 
United States. © Sept. 20, 1944; A 183230; 
Comstock pub. co., inc., Ithaca, N. Y. 5576 



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Mumey (Nolie)* Denver. Quartercentenary of the 
publication of scientific anatomy, 1543-1943. © 
Oct. 4, 1944; A 183363. 5577 

Murphy (Clyde F„) Glittering hill. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 5, 1944; A 183400; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., 
New York. 5578 

Murphy (Francis D.) Diagnosis and treatment of 
acute medical disorders. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 
183107; F. A. Davis co., Philadelphia. 5579 

Musham (H. A.) Technique of the terrain. © Sept. 
21, 1944; A 183093; Reinhold pub. Corp., New 
York. 5580 

Muzzey (David Saville)* Yonkers, N. Y., Krout 
(John A.)* Scarsdale, N„ Y. & Steiger (G. Nye)* 
Cambridge, Mass. America a world power, 
1898=1944, by D. S. Muzzey and J. A. Krout. 
With a special supplement on the Far East and 
the second world war, by G. N. Steiger. © July 
20, 1944; A 183201. 5581 

Nathan (George Jean)* New York. Theatre book 
of the year. 1943-1944. [1st ed.] © Oct. 16, 
1944; A 183608. 5582 

[National association of evangelicals] Executive 
committee, comp . Evangelical action! © Oct. 
1, 1942; A 183213; United action press, Boston. 

5583 

Neill (A. S.) Problem teacher. © Oct. 11, 1944; A 
183428; Internatl. univ. press, New York. 5584 

Neville (Leslie E.) Aviation dictionary for boys 
and girls. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183089; McGraw- 
Hill book co., inc., New York. 5585 

New York (State ) Gilbert-Bliss civil practice of 
the state of New York. v. 6A, 6B. Edited by 
Frank B. Gilbert, Austin B. Griffin and John T. 
Fitzpatrick. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183164; Matthew 
Bender & co., inc., Albany & Baker, Voorhis & 
co., inc., New York. 5586 

Courts . Miscellaneous reports, v. 180. 

[Official ed.] © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183256; Thomas 
J. Curran, secretary of state, state of New York, 
Albany. 5587 

Nibley (Preston)* Salt Lake City. Joseph Smith, 
the prophet. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 183493. 5588 

Nolan (Jeannette Covert)* Bloomington, Ind. Trea- 
son at The point. © Oct. 14, 1944; A 183548. 

5589 

Norburn (Charles Arwed)* Asheville,N„C. Stream- 
lining our monetary system. © Sept. 28, 1944, 
A 183313. 5590 

North western digest, 1836 to date. 1944. 

5591, 5592 
v. 1, pts. 1, 2. © Sept. 28; A 183469. 
v. 5, pts. 1, 2. © Sept. 28; A 183468. , 
© West pub. co., St. Paul. 

North western reporter. Second series, v. 14 N. 
W. 2d. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 183512; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 5593 



O'Brien (Isidore) Mirror of Christ; Francis of 
Assisi. © Sept. 29, 1944; A 183538; St. Anthony's 
guild, Paterson. 5594 

Odhner (Hugo Lj.)* Bryn Athyn, Pa. Moral life, 
some reflections on morality and its virtues. 
© Sept. 15, 1944; A 183143. 5595 

O'Hara (Geoffrey)* New York. Give a man a 
horse he can ride, and other poems. © July 5, 
1944, A 183558. 5596 

Ohio. Courts. Ohio opinions. Reports of cases 
argued and determined, v. 28. Lifetime ed. © 
Sept. 30, 1944; A 183192; W. H. Anderson co. & 
Ohio law reporter co., Cincinnati. 5597 

Ohio law abstract, v. 40. © Oct. 5, 1944; A 
183376; Law abstract co., Norwalk, O. & Lawyers 
co-operative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 5598 

Pacific reporter (2d ser.) Oklahoma decisions 
reported in Pacific reporter. Second series. 
146 P. 2d-148 P. 2d. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183465 ; 
West pub. co., St. Paul. 5599 

Pacific reporter. Second series, v. 149 P. 2d. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; A 183466; West pub. co., St. Paul. 

5600 



Padley (Walter Ernest)* London. Economic prob- 
lem of the peace. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; A ad int. 
28490; pubd. July 31. 5601 

Paflin (Roberta)* Tenafly, N. J. & JrtcKenna (John 
F.)* Maplewood, N. J. Lullaby lyrics. © Aug. 
22, 1944; A 183379. 5602 

[Palm (Rose)] Zes dagen, door Carla van der 
Heide [pseud.] © Oct. 11, 1944; A 183440; 
Querido, inc., New York. 5603 

Palmer (H. Marion) Walt Disney's surprise pack- 
age. © Sept. 8, 1944; A 183123; Walt Disney 
productions, Burbank, Calif. 5604 

Parker (Eric) Book of comfort. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
1944; A ad int. 28508; pubd. Oct. 8, 1943; Harper 
& bros., New York. 5605 



Parker (Kay Peterson)* Boston. What and what-not. 
© Oct. 10, 1944; A 183646. 5606 

Patrick (Rembert W.) Jefferson Davis and his 
cabinet. © Oct. 1, 1944; A 183577; Louisiana 
state univ. press, Baton Rouge, La. 5607 

Paullin (Ellen) This little boy went to kindergarten. 
© Sept. 21, 1944; A 183524; Oxford univ. press, 
New York, inc., New York. 5608 

Paulsen (Martha) Toyland, an animated book. 
Animations by Julian Wehr, stories by M. Paul- 
sen. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183231; Saalfield pub. 
co., Akron. 5609 

Peirce (Waldo) illus . Children's hour. © Oct. 15, 
1944; A 183595; Hyperion press, New York. 5610 



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Picture post. 1944. 5611=5614 

v. 24. 

No. 11, Sept. 9, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 25; A ad 

int. 28488; pubd. Sept. 6. 
No. 12, Sept. 16, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 5, A ad 

int. 28499; pubd. Sept. 13. 
No. 13, Sept. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 11; A ad 
int. 28500; pubd. Sept. 20. 
v. 25, no. 1, Sept. 30, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 11; A ad 

int. 28507; pubd. Sept. 27. 
© Hulton press, ltd., London, 

Pierce (Edith Lovejoy)* Evanston, 111. In this our 
day. [1st ed.] © Oct. 4, 1944; A 183346. 5615 

Pistorius (Anna) comp . What is it? © Oct. 9, 
1944; A 183456- Wilcox & Follett, Chicago. 

5616 

Place (Per ley Oakland) First year Latin. © Oct. 
10, 1944; A 183478; Amer. book co., New York. 

5617 

Polak (Jose)* Mexico, D. F. Legend of the Trojan 
horse. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1944; A ad int. 28502, 
pubd. Sept. 5. 5618 

Powers (Alfred)* Portland, Or. Hannibal's ele- 
phants, [lsted.] © Oct. 11, 1944, A 183415. 

5619 

Price (George)* Tenafly, N. J. Is it anyone we 
know? © Sept. 28, 1944; A 183200. 5620 

Pruszynski (Xavier) Poland fights back, by X. 
Pruszynski. -[Translated by Peter Jordan] © 
Sept. 25, 1944; A 183472; Roy publishers, a. n., 
New York. 5621 

Punch, v. 207. 1944. 5622=5624 

No. 5401, Aug. 2, 1944. © 1 c. Sept. 30; A ad 

int. 28486; pubd. Aug. 2. 
No. 5403, Aug. 16, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 14, A ad 

int. 28503; pubd. Aug. 16. 
No. 5408, Sept. 20, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 17, A ad 

int. 28504; pubd. Sept. 20. 
© Bradbury, Agnew & co., ltd., London. 

Rauch (Basil)* Annapolis. History of the new deal, 
1933-1938. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 183152. 5625 

Raymond (M.) Three religious rebels. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183206; P. J. Kenedy & sons, New York. 

5626 

Reck (Franklin M.) Beyond the call of duty. © Oct. 
10, 1944; A 183392; Thomas Y. Crowell co., 
New York. 5627 

Rector (Harvey B.) New deal kangaroo. © Aug. 5, 
1944; A 183521; Free speech publications, inc., 
Cincinnati. 5628 

Redden (John D.) Freedom through education, by J. 
D. Redden and Francis A. Ryan. © Oct. 19, 
1944; A 183636; Bruce pub. co., Milwaukee. 

5629 

Reich (Herbert J.) Theory and applications of 
electron tubes.* © Oct. 13, 1944; A 183579; Mc- 
Graw Hill book co., inc., New York. 5630 



Reyes (Alfonso) Tentativas y orientaciones. © 
Aug. 30, 1944; A for. 48684; Editorial nuevo 
mundo, s. de r. 1., Mexico City. 5631 

Reynolds (Feza M.)* Los Angeles. I remember. 
© Oct. 11, 1944; A 183665. 5632 

Rhyne (Charles S.) Airports and the courts. ©Aug. 
23, 1944; A 183353; Natl, institute of municipal 
law officers, Washington. 5633 

Rice (John R.) Ruin of a Christian. © Oct. 14, 1*944; 
A 183635; Sword of the Lord publishers, Wheaton, 
HI. 5634 

Rimmer (Harry) Christianity and modern crises. 
© Sept. 15, 1944; A 183257; Research science 
bureau, inc., Duluth. 5635 

Roback (A. A.) Dictionary of international slurs. 
© Sept. 21, 1944; A 183238; Sci-art publishers, 
Cambridge, Mass. 5636 

Roberts (W. Adolphe)* Brooklyn. Royal street. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 29, 1944; A 183197. 5637 

Robinson (Madeleine J.)* Riverside. Calif. Pulpit 
under the palm. © Sept. 19, 1944; A 183216. 

5638 

Roche (Ruth A.) 5639-5641 

Bobby's diary, by R. A. Roche [and] S. M. Iger. 

© July 17, 1944, A 183357. 
Indian legends. [By R. A. Roche and S. M. Iger] 

© July 17, 1944; A 183356. 
Peter Pupp, by R. A. Roche [and S. M. Iger] © 

July 17, 1944; A 183355. 
© S. M. Iger & Action play books, inc., New York. 

Rocky Mount mills,* Rocky Mount, N. C. High - 
lights in the progress of cotton spinning. © Aug. 

21, 1944; A 183312. 5642 

Roe (Joseph H.) Principles of chemistry. © Sept. 

22, 1944; A 183268; C. V. Mosby co., St. Louis. 

5643 

Rogers (William Emerson)* New Albany, Ind. 
Rhymes on the homefront. © June 8, 1944; A 
183557. 5644 

Romeo (Thomas Andrew)* Atlanta. Atlanta, my 
Atlanta. 1st ed. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183091. 

5645 

Rose (Stephen Edward)* Elmira, N. Y. Refugee 
river. © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183483. 5646 

Rosenthal (M. L.), Hummel (W. C.) & Leichty (V. 
E.)* Ann Arbor. Effective reading, methods 
and models. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183171. 5647 

Rowley (Harold Henry)* Bangor, North Wales. 
Relevance of the Bible. © Oct. 10, 1944, A 
183371. 5648 

Russo (Anthony J.) Bibliography of James Whitcomb 
Riley, by A. J. Russo and Dorothy R. Russo. © 
Aug. 24, 1944; A 183527; Indiana historical soc, 
Indianapolis. 5649 

Sachs (Hanns) Freud, master and friend. © Oct. 
18, 1944; A 183574; President & fellows of Har- 
vard college, Cambridge, Mass. 5650 



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Sands (William Franklin) Our jungle diplomacy, 
by W. F. Sands, in collaboration with Joseph M. 
Lalley. © Oct. 7, 1944; A 183316; University of 
North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 5651 

Sargunas (Daniel) Maze of amazing facts. © Sept. 
19,' 1944, A 183588; Edward K. Meador, Boston. 

5652 

Saville-Sneath (Robert Arthur) British aircraft, 
v. 1. [1st annual ed.] © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944, A 
ad int. 28501; pubd„ July 14; Photo-reference 
productions, ltd., London. 5653 

Sayers (Dorothy L.)* Witham, Essex, England. 
Even the parrot. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944, A ad int. 
28510; pubd. Sept. 13. 5654 

Schlaitzer (Use Lefton) Sky mates. © Sept. 25, 
1944; A 183386; William H. Dietz, inc., Chicago. 

5655 

Scott (David)* London. Corporal Jack. © 1 c. Aug. 
18, 1943; A ad int. 28523; pubd. June 4. 5656 

Scott (R. B. Y.) Relevance of the prophets. © 
Oct. 3, 1944; A 183255; Macmillan co., New 
York. 5657 

Sears (Frederick E.) Essentials of physics. © 
Sept. 5, 1944; A 183295; Laurel book co., Chicago. 

5658 

Seward (Herbert Lee) ed. Marine engineering, v. 
2. © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183215, Society of naval 
architects & marine engineers, New York. 5659 

Sewell (Helen) Belinda the mouse. © Oct. 5, 1944; 
A 183317, Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., 
New York. 5660 

Shatzky (Jacob) Yidishe bildungs-politL- in Poiln 
fun 1806 biz 1866. © Dec. 30, 1943; A 183162; 
Yiddish scientific institute — Yivo, inc., New 
York. 5661 

[Shaw (George Bernard)]* Welwyn, Herts. ; England. 
Everybody's political what's what? By Bernard 
Shaw. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1944; A ad int. 28521, 
pubd. Sept. 15. 5662 

Sheffrey (Stephen) Ah, the navy. © Aug. 11, 1944; 
A 183266; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 

5663 

Sherriff (Robert Cedric)* Esher, Surrey, England. 
Chedworth. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183374. 5664 

Shih (Kuo-Heng) China enters the machine age, by 
Kuo-Heng Shih, with a supplementary chapter by 
Ju-K'ang T'ien. Edited and translated by Hsiao- 
Tung Fei and Francis L. K. Hsu. © -Oct. 18, 
1944; A 183607; President & fellows of Harvard 
college, Cambridge, Mass. 5665 

Simkins (Francis Butler) Pitchfork Ben Tillman, 
South Carolinian. © Oct. 1, 1944; A 183576; 
Louisiana state univ. press, Baton Rouge, La. 

5666 

Simmons (Harry)* New York. Successful selling 
for the new day. [1st ed.] © Oct. 11, 1944; A 
183505, Harper & bros., New York. 5667 



Simpson (William)* London. Way of recovery. © 
1 c. Sept. 30,1944; A ad int. 28483; pubd. Aug. 1. 

5668 

Sitwell (Edith)* Renishaw, Nr. Sheffield, England. 
Green song and other poems. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1944; A ad int. 28485; pubd. Aug. 15. 5669 

Sketch, v. 201, no. 2608, Sept. 6, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 
6, 1944; A ad int. 28492; pubd. Sept. 6; King 
features syndicate, inc., New York. 5670 

Skolsky (Syd) Evenings with music. [1st ed.] © 
Sept. 25, 1944; A 183111; E. P. Dutton & co., 
inc., New York. 5671 

Smart (Haw ley) Green are these memories! An 
edited and revised version of Breezie Langton, 
byH. Smart. Edited and revised by Milford Flood. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 183443; Wetzel pub. co., 
inc., Los Angeles. 5672 

Smith (Edward Conrad) ed. Dictionary of American 
politics, edited by E. C. Smith and Arnold John 
Zurcher. © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183406; Barnes & 
Noble, inc., New York. 5673 

Smith (Everett R.) What shall we do about it. © 
Oct. 13,1944; A 183511; Macfadden publications, 
inc., New York. 5674 

Smith (Irene Catherine)* Anderson, Ind. Solving 
the church school problems. © Sept. 25, 1944; 
A 183475. 5675 

Smither (Ethel L.) Primary children learn at 
church. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183180, Whitmore 
& Stone, Nashville. 5676 

Snell (Foster Dee) Commercial methods of analysis, 
by F. D. Anell and Frank M. Biffen. 1st ed. © 
Sept. 15, 1944; A 183116; McGraw-Hill book co., 
inc., New York. 5677 

Snowden (James Henry) Snowden-Douglass Sunday 
school lessons. 1945. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 
183372; Macmillan co., New York. 5678 

Soifer (Margaret K.)* New York. Firelight enter- 
tainments. © May 24, 1944; A 1 83422". 5679 

Sotos (Adolfo Cpnejero) Voces poeticas del des- 
tierro. © June 30, 1944, A for. 48683; Richard 
R. Wilfrod, Beloit, Wis. 5680 

South western reporter (2d ser.) 5681-5684 

Arkansas decisions reported in South western 
reporter. Second series. 176 S. W. 2d- 179 
S. W. 2d. © Sept. 14, 1944; A 183283. 

Kentucky decisions reported in South western 
reporter. Second series. 178 S. W. 2d-180 
S. W. 2d. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 183514. 

Missouri decisions reported in South western 
reporter. Second series. 178 S. W. 2d-179 
S. W. 2d. © Sept. 14, 1944; A 183282. 

Texas decisions reported in South western re- 
porter. Second series. 179 S. W. 2d-180 S.W. 
2d. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183513. 

© West pub. co., St. Paul. 

South western, reporter. Second series, v. 180 S. 
W. 2d. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183281, West pub. 
co., St. Paul. 5685 



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Sphere, v. 178. 1944. 5686-5688 

No. 2330, Sept. 16, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 6; A ad 

int. 28494; pubd. Sept. 16. 
No. 2331, Sept. 23, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 20; A ad 

int. 28513; pubd. Sept. 23. 
No. 2332, Sept. 30, 1944. © 1 c. Oct. 20; A ad 

int. 48514; pubd. Sept. 30. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Spiegel (E. A.) Neurology of the eye, ear, nose and 
throat, by E. A. Spiegel and I. Sommer. © Oct. 
9, 1944; A 183430; Grune & Stratton, New York. 

5689 



Stanley (Chuck) Prairie kid. © Oct. 2, 
183349; Phoenix press, New York. 



1944; A 
5690 



Steiner (Charlotte) 5691, 5692 

Daddy comes home. 1st ed. © Sept. 21, 1944; 

A 183112; Doubleday, Doran & co., inc., New 

York. 
Second climbing book, by C. Steiner and Mary 

Burlihgham. © Sept. 28, 1944; A 183253; 

Vanguard press, inc., New York. 

Stigers (M. F.) Theory and practice of job rating, 
by M. F. Stigers and E. G. Reed. © Sept. 26, 
1944; A 183174; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 5693 

Stone (Irving)* Ensino, Calif. Immortal wife. [1st 
ed.] © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183154. 5694 

Stone (Nathan J.) Names of God in the Old Testa- 
ment. © Aug. 25, 1944; A 183088; Moody Bible 
institute of Chicago, Chicago. 5695 

Stout (Rex)* New York. Not quite dead enough. 
[War ed.] © Sept. 7, 1944; A 183447. 5696 

Street (James)* Jackson Heights, L. I., N. Y. By 
valour and arms. © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183287. 

5697 

Strode (Hudson)* University, Ala. Timeless 
Mexico. [1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183335. 

5698 

[Strunsky (Manya Gordon)] How to tell progress 
from reaction; by Manya Gordon [pseud.] © Oct. 
5, 1944; A 183401; E. P. Dutton & co., inc., New 
York. 5699 

Stuart (Jesse)* Riverton, Ky. Album of destiny. 
[1st ed.] © Sept. 26, 1944; A 183135. 5700 

Stuckey (H. P.) Southern horticulture. © Aug. 15, 
1944, A 183477; Turner E. Smith & co., Atlanta. 

5701 

Sun (Tzu Wu) Art of war. [By] Sun Tzu Wu.. Trans- 
lated from the Chinese, by Lionel Giles. © 
Sept. 12, 1944; A 183421; Military service pub. 
' co., Harrisburg, Pa. 5702 

[Swain (Miriam Mason)] William Perm, friendly 
boy, by Miriam E. Mason. [1st ed.] © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 183083; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

5703 

Swinnerton (Frank)* Skipton, Yorkshire, England. 
Woman in sunshine. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1944; A ad 
int. 28491; pubd. July 13. 5704 



Syrett (Harold Coffin) City of Brooklyn, 1865-1898 
© Oct. 7, 1944; A 183362; Columbia univ. press, 
New York. 5705 

Tatler and Bystander, v. 173, no. 2254, Sept. 6, 
1944. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; A ad int. 28493, pubd. 
Sept. 6; King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

5706 

Tcherikower (Elias) ed. Geshikhte fun der Yidisher 
arbeter-bavegung in di Fareynikte Shtatn. 1. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; A 183163; Yiddish scientific 
institute — Yivo, inc., New York. 5707 

Teichert (Ernest J.) Ferrous metallurgy, v. 3. © 
Sept. 20, 1944; A 183115; Pennsylvania state 
college, State College, Pa. 5708 

Tharp (Louise Wilson)* Darien, Conn. Champlain, 
northwest voyager. [1st ed.] © Oct. 18, 1944; 
A 183550. 5709 

Thayer (Lee) Five bullets. © Sept. 26, 1944; A 
183136; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 

5710 

Thompson (May Hall) Polo pals. © Sept. 22, 1944; 
A 183263: Caxton printers, ltd., Caldwell, Id. 

5711 

Thompson (Peter)* New Orleans. Collapsible 
ballast plates. © Oct. 5, 1944; A 183308. 

5712 

Thurber (James)* Cornwall, Conn. Great Quillow. 
© Oct. 5, 1944; A 183338. 5713 

Tiemann (Harry Donald) Wood technology. © Sept. 
27, 1944; A 183389; Pitman pub. corp. , New York. 

5714 

Tingdale (Martin)* Minneapolis. Power of the 
Word and the longer span of life. 1st ed. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; A 183196. 5715 

Tobin (Richard L.)* London. Invasion journaL 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183302. 5716 

Tousey (Sanford)* Monroe, N. Y. Fred and Brown 
Beaver ride the river. [1st ed.] © Oct. 5, 
1944; A 183644. 5717 

Treadwell (Bill)* New York. Give it to me easy. 
© July 15, 1944; A 183554. 5718 

Trent (Robbie)* Nashville. Susan. © Oct. 20, 1944; 
A 183618. 5719 

Tunis (John R.) Yea! Wildcats! © Oct. 5, 1944; A 
183334; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 

5720 

Turner (John Roscoe) Economics, the science of 
business. © Sept. 28,1944; A 183235; Alexander 
Hamilton institute, inc., New York. 5721 

Tyler (Kingdon S.) Modern radio. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 5, 1944; A 183337; Harcourt, Brace & co., 
inc., New York. 5722 

Tyre (Carl A.) Speaking Spanish, by C. A. Tyre and 
Annemarie B. Tyre. © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183667; 
Henry. Holt & co., inc., New York. . 5723 



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5760 



United States patents quarterly, v. 60. © Aug. 28, 
1944; A 183306; Bureau of natl. affairs, inc., 
Washington. 5724 

Upfield (Arthur W.)* Victoria, Australia. No foot- 
prints in the bush. [1st ed.] © Oct. 19, 1944; A 
183603. 5725 

Vale (Eugene) Technique of screenplay writing. © 
Oct. 12, 1944; A 183394; Herman Weissman, 
Hollywood, Calif. 5726 

Van Laar (Henrietta) Nora. © Oct. 9, 1944; A 
183429; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 5727 

Vavoudis (Nicholas John)* New York. Patrica mou 
palatia. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 183516. 5728 

Virtue (Charles F. Sawhill)* Louisville. Foreword 
to philosophy. © June 28, 1944; A 183561. 

5729 

Wales (H.Basil) Conservation of natural resources, 
by H. B. Wales and H. O. Lathrop. © Oct. 15, 
1944; A 183625; Laurel book co., Chicago. 

5730 

Wallace (Kathleen Montgomery)* Lympstone, Near 
Exmouth, Devon, England. Grace on their door- 
posts, by Kathleen* Wallace. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1944; A ad int. 28482; pubd. July 10. 5731 

Walpole (Horace) Horace Walpole's correspondence 
with Mary and Agnes Berry and Barbara Cecilia 
Seton, edited by W. S. Lewis and A. Dayle 
Wallace, [v.] 1, 2. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183583; 
Yale univ. press, New Haven. 5732 

Wang (Chi-chen) ed. 5733, 5734 

Readings in modern Chinese. © Sept. 13, 1944; 

A 183324. 
Readings in traditional Chinese. © Sept. 13, 

1944; A 183323. 
© Columbia univ. press, New York. 

Wasserman (Louis) Modern political philosophies 
and what they mean. © Aug. 1, 1944; A 183185; 
Internatl. committee of Young men's Christian 
assns., New York. 5735 

Weems (P. V. H.) 5736, 5737 

New line of position tables. © Aug. 3, 1944; A 

183104. 
Secant time sight. © July 1, 1944; A 183103. 
© Weems system of navigation, Annapolis. 

Weiss-Rosmarin (Trude) Judaism and Christianity, 
the differences. © May 20, 1944; A 183153; 
Jewish book club, New York. 5738 

Wellhouse (Walter H.) College biology. [By] W. H. 
Wellhouse and George O. Hendrickson. © Jan. 
17,1944; A 183247; F. S. Crofts & co., inc., New 
York. 5739 

Wells (Helen) Cherry Ames, cheif nurse. © Oct. 
18, 1944; A 183633; Grosset & Dunlap, inc., New 
York. 5740 

Wertenbaker (Charles Christian)* New York. In- 
vasion! © Sept. 18, 1944; A 183129. 5741 



West (Keith) Winter Cherry. © Oct. 17, 1944; A 
183520; MacmiUan co., New York. 5742 

West pub. co.,* St. Paul. 5743, 5744 

Minnesota blue and white book. © Sept. 13, 1944; 

A 183275. 
South Dakota blue and white book. © Sept. 13, 
1944; A 183276. 

Westland (Lynn) Wagon train westward. © Oct. 2, 
1944; A 183350; Phoenix press, New York. 

5745 

Whipple (Gertrude) Airplanes at work. © Oct. 10, 
1944; A 183373; Macmillan co., New York. 

5746 

Whiton (Sherrill)* New York. Elements of interior 
decoration. © Oct. 3, 1944; A 183340. 5747 

Wierzynski (Kazimierz) Forgotten battlefield. [By] 
K. Wierzynski. [Translated from the Polish, by 
Edmund Ordon] © Sept. 27,1944; A 183179; Roy 
publishers, a. n., New York. 5748 

Wiggers (Carl J.) Physiology in health and disease. 
© Oct. 6, 1944; A 183297; Lea & Febiger, 
Philadelphia. 5749 

Wilcox (Frances McLellan) Testimony of Jesus. © 
Oct. 5, 1944; A 183289; Review & herald pub. 
assn., Washington. 5750 



Williams (Blanche Colton) pomp. New narratives. 
Appleton -Century 



© July 11, 1944; A 18320 
co., inc., New York. 



comp. 
YTdT; 



5751 



Williams (Edwin B.) First Brazilian grammar. © 
Sept. 22, L944; A 183250; F. S. Crofts & co., 
inc., New York. 5752 

Williams (Jay)* New York. Counterfeit African. 
© Sept. 21, 1944; A 183318. 5753 

Williams (William Carlos)* Rutherford, N. J. The 
wedge. © Sept. 27, 1944; A 183193. 5754 

Wilmot (Jennie S.) Food for the family, by J. S. 
Wilmot and Margaret Q. Batjer. © Oct. 6, 1944; 
A 183578; J. B. Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 

5755 

Wilson (Francesca M.)* London. In the margins 
of chaos. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1944; A ad int. 28517; 
pubd. May 18. 5756 

Wilson (Frazer Ells) Arthur St. Clair, rugged ruler 
of the old northwest. © Oct.. 24, 1944; A 183670; 
Garrett & Massie, inc., Richmond. 5757 

Wilson (R. K.) Textbook of automatic pistols, 1884- 
1935. © May 1, 1944; A 183454; Thomas G. 
Samworth, Plantersville, S. C. 5758 

Wilson (Ruth Danenhower)* New York. Jim Crow 
joins up. [War ed.] © Oct. 1, 1944; A 183303. 

5759 

Wittke (Carl) ed. History of the state of Ohio. 
Edited by C. Wittke. v. 5, The civil war era, 
1850=1873, by Eugene H. Roseboom. © Sept. 30, 
1944; A 183387; Ohio state archaeological & 
historical soc., Columbus, O. 5760 



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Wohl (Jacob Joseph) Bishtey reshuyoth. © June 28, 
1944; A 183209; Zisel Wohl, New York. 5761 

Wolf (Frederick Taylor) Aquatic oomycetes of 
Wisconsin. Pt. 1. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183627; 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 5762 

Wood (Janet) Big book of Halloween entertainments, 
by J. Wood, Louise Hastings [and others] © Aug. 
1, 1944; A 183210; Beckley-Cardy co., Chicago. 

5763 

Wood (Laura Newbold)* Washington. Raymond L. 
Ditmars, his exciting career with reptiles, 
animals and insects. © Oct. 14, 1944; A 183549. 

5764 

Woodgate (Leslie) Chorus master. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 
1944; A ad int. 28496; pubd. Sept. 27; Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 5765 

Woods (Robert S.)* Azusa, Calif. Naturalist's 
lexicon. © Oct. 15, 1944; A 183551. 5766 

Woodworth (Robert S.) Practical psychology. [By] 
R. S. Woodworth and Mary R. Sheehan. © Oct. 
9, 1944; A 183361; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 5767 

[Woolrich (Cornell)]* New York. After-dinner 
story, by William Irish [pseud. 1st ed.] © Oct. 
4, 1944; A 183507. 5768 



Worlton (James T.) Conservation, a regional ap- 
proach. © Sept. 12, 1944; A 183526; Oxford 
book co. 5 inc., New York. 5769 



Wren (F. Lynwood) Practical numbers. 
25, 1944; A 183142, D. C. Heath & co. 



© Ser-t. 

Boston. 

5770 



Wriston (Henry M) Strategy of peace. © Oct. 2, 
1944; A 183315; World peace foundation, Boston. 

5771 



Wylie (Philip)* New York. 
Sept. 25, 1944; A 183141. 



Night unto night. © 
5772 



Wyon (Olive) School of prayer. © Oct. 9, 1944- A 
183530; Westminster press, Philadelphia. 5773 



Young (Miriam) Mother wore tights. © Sept. 25, 
1944; A 183144; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 5774 

Zemurray (Sarah)* New Orleans. Useful informa- 
tion for every household. © July 28, 1944; A 
183541. 5775 



Zuckerbram (Joseph Solomon)* Brooklyn. Tekufath 
Jeremiah. © Aug. 22, 1944; A 183290. 5776 



Number of entries of books included in the Catalog for 1944: 

(a) United States publications .„=.«,-._==_=._=._._____„„„ = ._. __„_. ___ _ 5,214 

(b) Foreign books in foreign languages — — — '- — - = -= — - 16 

(c) Foreign books in English language under ad interim provisions 

of law of Mar. 4, 1909---- - - - - — 546 

Total i --— ~— _________ ______ 5.776 



208 



LIST OF BOOKS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5776 



Anderson (Sherwood) Marching men. © Eleanor 
Copenhaver Anderson, New York. R 131800, 
Sept. 14, 1944. 1 

Ballard (Anna Woods) 2, 3 

Phonetic French reader, by A. W. Ballard and 

Edmund Tilly. R 132091, Sept. 29, 1944. 
Short stories for oral Spanish, by A. vV. Ballard 

andChas. O.Stewart. R 132090, Sept. 29, 1944. 
© A. W. Ballard, New York. 

Bates (Katherine Lee) Fairy gold. © George 
Sargent Burgess, Boston. R 132096, Sept. 22, 
1944. 4 

Bergling (John Mauritz) Style chart for jewelry 
engraving. Parisian ivory monogram and 
lettering chart, plates 1 and 2. © Virginia C. 
Bergling, Chicago. R 131919, Sept. 15, 1944. 

5 

Bible. Holy Scriptures according to the masoretic 
text. A new translation. © Jewish publication 
soc. of America, Philadelphia. R 132257, Sept. 
26, 1944. 6 

Blackwood (Algernon) The wave. © A. Blackwood, 
London. R 131843, Sept. 14, 1944. 7 

Bradley (William Aspenwall) French etchers of 
the second empire. © Museum of fine arts, 
Boston, Boston. R 131812, June 14, 1944. 8 

Chase (George Henry) Catalogue of Arretine pot- 
tery. © Museum of fine arts, Boston, Boston. 
R 131813, June 14, 1944. 9 

Clarke (Isabel Constance) Rest house. © I. C. 
Clarke, Jamaica, B. W. I. R 131973, Sept. 19, 
1944. 10 



Daviess (Maria Thompson) Out of a clear sky. © 
Leonora R. Baxter, New York. R 132287, Sept. 
28, 1944. 11 

Dearborn (George Van Ness) How to learn easily, 
© G.V. Dearborn, Cambridge, Mass. R 131766, 
Sept. 18, 1944. 12 

Doyle (Sir Arthur Conan) 13, 14 

British campaign in France and Flanders, 1914. 

R 131889, Mar. 3, 1944. 
British campaign in France and Flanders, 1915. 

R 131890, Sept. 2, 1944. 
© Mary Conan Doyle, Richmond, Surrey, England, 

Lena Conan Doyle, Denis Percy Stewart Conan 

Doyle & Malcolm Adrian Conan Doyle, Crow- 

borough, Sussex, England.' 

Eastman (Charles Alexander) From the deep woods 
to civilization. © Elaine Goodale Eastman, 
Northampton, Mass. R 131768, Sept. 18, 1944. 

15 



Eberlein (Harold Donaldson) Practical book of 
early American arts and crafts, by H. D. 
Eberlein and Abbot McClure, with a chapter on 
early lace, by Mabel Foster Bainbridge. © H. 
D. Eberlein, Philadelphia. R 132098, Sept. 9, 
1944. 16 

Ellis (Edward Sylvester) 17, 18 

History of the German people, v. 11. By E. S. 
Ellis and Augustus R. Keller. R 132172, Oct. 
4, 1944. 
History of the German people, v. 12. By E. S. 
Ellis, Charles F. Home and Augustus R. 
Keller. R 132173, Oct. 4, 1944. 
© Lillian D. Taylor & Miriam R. Hillman, Pel- 
ham, N. Y. 

Free (Montague) Flowers of winter, indoors and 
out. v. 4. © Doubleday, Dor an & co., inc., New 
York. R 131781, July 14, 1944. 19 

Gaines (Ruth Louise) Treasure Flower; a child of 
Japan. © Ruth Gaines, Meriden,N.H. R132095, 
Sept. 22, 1944. 20 

Galsworthy (John) A sheaf. © Ada Galsworthy, 
London. R 131883, Sept. 20, 1944. 21 

George (W. L.) InteUigence of woman. © J. B. 
Pinker & son, London. R 132014, Sept. 25, 1944. 

22 

Gibbs (George) Paradise garden. © Maud Harri- 
son Gibbs, Rosemont, Pa. R 132262, Sept. 18, 
1944. 23 

Glueck(BernardW.) Studies in forensic psychiatry. 
© B. vV. Glueck, New York. R 132017, Sept. 15, 
1944. 24 

Hall (Bolton) Thrift. © Lois Hall Her rick, New 
York. R 131917, Sept. 15, 1944. 25 

Hall (Eliza Calvert) Clover and blue grass. © T. 
H. Obenchain, Dallas. R 131932, Sept. 18, 1944. 

26 

Hearn (Lafcadio) Appreciations of poetry. © 
Kazuo Koizumi, Marunouchi, Kojimachi, Japan. 
R 132094, Mar. 22, 1944. 27 

Hergesheimer (Joseph) Three black pennys. © J. 
Hergesheimer, Stone Harbor, N. J. R 131886, 
Sept. 22, 1944. 28 

Hichens (Robert Smythe) Snakebite. © Robert 
Hichens, Maienfeld, Grisons, Switzerland. R 
132222, Aug. 23, 1944. 29 



Hiss (Philip Hanson) jr. Text -book of bacteriology; 
apractical treatise for students and practitioners 
of medicine, by P. H. Hiss, jr., and Hans Zinsser. 
© Ruby Handforth Zinsser, New York. R 131761, 
Sept. 18, 1944. 30 



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pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Hoar (Roger Sherman) Constitutional conventions; 
their nature, powers, and limitations. © R. S. 
Hoar, South Milwaukee, Wis. R 132263, Oct. 6, 
1944. 31 

Hornibrook (Isabel Katherine) Drake of Troop One. 
© Isabel Hornibrook, Westborough, Mass. R 
132008, Sept. 21, 1944. 32 

Jordan (Kate) City sparrow, tin Collier's, v. 59, 
nos. 22-24, Aug. 11, 18, 25, 1917) © Edith B. 
Reeder, Mountain Lakes, N. J. & John J. Baulsir, 
South Newfane, Vt. R 131970-131972, Sept. 23, 
1944. 33-35 

Kilmer (Joyce) Try a tin today. © Kenton Kilmer, 
Arlington, Va. & Christopher Kilmer, Fort 
Leonard Wood, Mo. R 131888, Sept. 15, 1944. 

• 36 

Lasance (Francis Xavier) comp. Manna of the soul. 
© F. X. Lasance, Cincinnati. R 131974, Sept. 
19, 1944. 37 

Lee (Jennette Barbour Perry) Unfinished portraits. 
© Jennette Lee, Northampton, Mass. R 131881, 
Sept. 20, 1944. 38 

Lewis (Sinclair) The innocents. © S. Lewis, New 
York. R 131891, Sept. 16, 1944. 39 

Life of Mother Pauline von Mallinckrodt, foundress 
of the Sisters of Christian charity, daughters of 
the Blessed Virgin Mary of the immaculate con- 
ception. © Reverend Sisters of Christian 
charity, Wilmette, 111. R 132256, Sept. 19, 1944. 

' 40 



[McNeile (Hermann Cyril)] 41-46 

Day of peace, by Sapper [pseud.] R 132039, 

Sept. 20, 1944. 
Man-trap, by Sapper [pseud.] R 132040, Sept. 

20, 1944. 
Morphia, by Sapper [pseud.] R 132038, Sept. 20, 

1944. 
My lady of the jasmine, by Sapper [pseud.] R 
• 132041, Sept. 20, 1944. 
No Man's Land, by Sapper [pseud.] R 132043, 

Sept. 20, 1944. 
Tails up, by Sapper [pseud.] R 132042, Sept. 20, 

1944. 
© Violet Evelyn McNeile, Watersfield, Nr. 

Pulborough, Sussex, England. 



Marshall (Archibald) Watermeads. © Helen 
Marshall, London. R 132036, Sept. 28, 1944. 

47 



Massachusetts. Supreme judicial court. Massa- 
chusetts reports. 48-52 
[v.] 223. February, 1916-May, 1916. R 132015, 

Sept. 25, 1944. 
[v.] 223. Pt. 4. R 132006, Sept. 21, 1944. 
[v.] 224. Pts. 2-4. R 132010, 132011, 132016, 

Sept. 21, 25, 1944. 
© Little, Brown & co., Boston. 

Matthews (James Brander) Book about the theater. 
© Nelson Macy, jr., Greenwich, Conn. R 
131884, Sept. 20, 1944. 53 



Modern business law, a practical course embracing 
those rules of commercial law that govern 
ordinary business transactions, by Edward W. 
Spencer. © Mildred Griebel & Catherine Colley, 
Milwaukee. R 131839, Sept. 2?., 1944. 54 

New international encyclopedia. 2d ed. v. 21-23. 
© Dodd, Mead & co., New York. R 132046, Sept. 
20, 1944. 55 

Courses of reading and study. © Dodd, Mead 

& co., New York. R 132186, Sept. 25, 1944. 56 

Nims (Harry Dwight) Law of unfair competition 
and trade-marks. 2d ed. © H. D. Nims, New 
York. R 131992, Sept. 20, 1944. 57 

O'Brien (Seumas) Whale and the grasshopper, and 
other fables. © S. O'Brien, New York. R 
132013, Sept. 25, 1944. 58 

Oppenheim (E. Phillips) Kingdom of the blind. © 
E. P. Oppenheim, Canford Cliffs, Bournemouth, 
England. R 132007, Sept. 21, 1944. 59 

Osier (William) Principles and practice of medicine, 
by W. Osier, with the assistance of Thomas 
McCrae. 8th ed. © Girard trust co., Philadel- 
phia. R 131990, Aug. 19, 1944. 60 

Peck (Harry Thurston) Adventures of Mabel, by H. 
T. Peck; illustrated by Harry Rountree. © 
Harry Rountree, Southall, Middlesex, England. 
R 132037, Sept. 28, 1944. 61 

Price (Charles Matlack) Practical book of archi- 
tecture. ©CM. Price, New York. R 132097, 
Sept. 27, 1944. 62 



Richards (Laura Elizabeth Howe) Fairy operettas. 
© Henry Richards, Gardiner, Me. R 131931, 
Sept. 22, 1944. 63 

Robie (Virginia) Quest of the quaint. © V. Robie, 
Winter Park, Fla. R 132009, Sept. 21, 1944. 64 

Roche (Arthur Somers) Sport of kings. © Ethel 
Pettit Roche, Palm Beach, Fla. R 131951, Aug. 
23, 1944. 65 

Shaw (Ellen Eddy) 66-68 

Garden flowers of autumn. R 131779, July 14, 

i944. 
Garden flowers of spring. R 131780, July 14, 

1944. 
Garden flowers of summer. R 131778, July 14, 

1944. 
© Doubleday, Doran ^ co., inc., New York. 

Shepard (Frank) co. Shepard's Vermont citations. 
2d ed. 1916. © Frank Shepard co., New York. 
R 131777, Sept. 18, 1944. 69 

Sherwood (Margaret) Worn doorstep. © M. 
Sherwood, Wellesley, Mass. R 131765, Sept. 18, 
1944. 70 

[Sinclair (Bertha Muzzy)] Heritage of the Sioux, by 
B. M. Bower [pseud.] © Dele Newman, Los 
Angeles. R 131764, Sept. 18, 1944. 71 



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no. 10, 1944 






Singer manufacturing company. 72-92 

Four needle Singer machine no. 52-66. Single 

thread chain stitch for folding and stitching 

facings and linings to knit undershirts. R 

131903, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Hexagon machina de coser. Portuguese. R 

131911, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Hexagon maquina para coser. Spanish. R 

131912, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Hexagon sewing machine. R 131910, Sept. 15, 

1944. 
Instrucciones para la maquina de coser para 

familia Hexagon no. 1. Spanish. R 131914, 

Sept. 15, 1944. 
Instruccoes para a Hexagon no. 1 machina de 

coser para familia. Portuguese. R 131915, 

Sept. 15, 1944. 
Instructions for the Hexagon no. 1 family sewing 

machine. R 131913, Sept. 15, 1944. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing machine 

no. 107-1. Single thread chain stitch. R 

131905, Sept. 15, 1944. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing machine no. 

112W110. R 131898, Sept. 15, 1944. 
Instructions for using Singer sewing machines 

of class 7. Two needles lock stitch. ~R 131906, 

Sept. 15, 1944. 
Price list of parts machine no. 82-20. R 131896, 

Sept. 15, 1944. 
Price list of parts machine no. 82-21. R 131897, 

Sept. 15, 1944. 
Singer machine no. 44-81 for stitching and 

trimming kid gloves at one operation. R 

131900, Sept. 15, 1944. 
Singer machine no. 51W32. Post bed and short 

arm for heavy leggln and leather work. R 

131902, Sept. 15, 1944. 
Singer machine no. 51W100. Post bed and long 

arm for heavy leggin and leather work. R 

131904, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 68-31 for smocking. R 
131907, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 107W101 for border embroi- 
dery. R 131908, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 114-20. Single thread chain 
stitch for tacking paper tickets on clothing. 
R 131899, Sept. 15, 1944. 

Singer machine no. 115W103 for automatically 



embroidering scallops. R 131909, Seat. 15, 

1944. 
Singer machines of class 97. Lockstitch for 

harness work. R 131895, Sept. 15, 1944. 
Three needle Singer machine no. 52-67. High 

speed. R 131901, Sept. 15, 1944. 
© Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Sothern (Edward Hugh) Melancholy tale of me. © 
Julia Marlowe Sothern, New York. R 131882, 
Sept. 20, 1944. 93 

Splawn (Andrew Jackson) Ka-mi-akin, the last hero 
of the Yakimas. © Margaret C . Splawn, Yakima, 
Wash. R 131814, Aug. 26, 1944. 94 

Stanwood (Edward) History of the presidency from 
1897 to 1916. [2d ed. v. 2] © William E. Stan- 
wood, Boston. R 132226, Sept. 15, 1944. 95 

Stevenson (Robert Louis) Black arrow, by R. L. 
Stevenson; illustrated by Newell Convers Wyeth. 
© Newell Convers Wyeth, Chadds Ford, Conn. 
R 132228, Oct. 7, 1944. 96 

Stiles (Arthur Alvprd) Tables of cubic contents of 
levee embankments. © A. A. Stiles, Austin, Tex. 
R 132159, Sept. 28, 1944. 97 

Stout (William B.) Boy'sbook of mechanical models. 
© W. B. Stout, Dearborn, Mich. R 131767, Sept. 
18, 1944. 98 

Tarbell (Martha) Tarbell's teachers' guide to the 
international Sunday school lessons for 1917. 
© M. Tarbell, East Orange, N. J. R 132029, 
Sept. 26, 1944. 99 

Tooker (Lewis Frank) John Paul Jones. © L. F. 
Tooker, Brooklyn. R 132449, Oct. 5, 1944. 100 

Walker (Williston) Coming of Yale college to New 
Haven. © New Haven bank N. B. A., executor 
of will of author, New Haven. R 131933, Sept. 
22, 1944. 101 

Wilstach (Frank Jenners) Dictionary of similes. 
© Edith M. Wilstach, New York. R 132012, 
Sept. 25, 1944. 102 



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Abbott New York digest. Consolidated ed. 1944 
cumulative supplement, v, 1-8. © Oct. 30, 1944; 
A 184307; West pub. co., St. Paul & Lawyers co- 
operative pub. co., Rochester, N. Y. 5777 

Abrahams (Lewis) It's all politics. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
A 184355; Samuel Curl, inc., New York. 5778 



Adams (Franklin P.)* New York. 
© Oct. 23, 1944; A 183802. 



Nods and Becks. 
5779 



Adams (J. Donald)* New York. Shape of books to 
come. © Nov. 17, 1944; A 184376. 5780 

Adshead (Gladys L.)* Winnetka, 111. What Miranda 
knew. © Nov. 2, 1944; A 183990. 5781 

Aguirre 0ose Antonio de)* New York. Escape via 
Berlin. © Oct. 31, 1944; A 184281. 5782 

Alabama. Su preme court . Report of cases argued 
and determined. October term, 1943. v. 245. 
© Oct. 7, 1944; A 183835; Chauncey Sparks, 
governor of Alabama, for use of said state, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 5783 

Alexis 0oseph E. A.)* Lincoln, Neb. En France. 
© Oct. 2, 1944; A 183936. 5784 

Alford (L. P.) ed. Production handbook, edited by 
L. P. Alford and John R. Bangs. Staff editor, 
George E. Hagemann. © Oct. 27, 1944, A 183863; 
Ronald press co., New York. 5785 

Allan (Doug) Lightning strikes once. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 25, 1944; A 183887; Robert M. McBride & 
co., New York. 5786 

Alleman (Herbert C.) ed. New Testament commen- 
tary. Edited by H. C. Alleman. [Revised by R. 
T. Stamm, J. W. Horine, F. H. Knubel, and others] 
© Sept. 27, 1944; A 184335; Board of publication 
of the United Lutheran church in America, Phila- 
delphia. , 5787 

Allen pub. co.,* New York. King Solomon and his 
followers. N.Y. 333. © Oct. 9, 1944; A 183717. 

5788 

American federal tax reports, v. 31. © Oct. 21, 
1944; A 183929; West pub. co., St. Paul. 5789 

American Jewish year book, 5705, September 18, 
1944, fo September 7, 1945. v. 46. © Nov. 14, 
1944;A 184291, Jewish publication soc. of Ameri- 
ca, Philadelphia. 5790 

American jurisprudence, v. 52. © Nov. 9, 1944; 
A 184343; Jurisprudence publishers, inc., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. 5791 



American news co.,* New York. Serving the read- 
ing public. © Mar. 7, 1944; A 183744. 5792 

Ames (Jesse H.) Stories of my country's growth, 
by J. H. Ames, Merlin M. Ames [and] Odille 
Ousley. ©Oct. 18, 1944; A 183723; Webster pub. 
co., inc., St. Louis. 5793 

Ames (Merlin M.) Stories of my country's begin- 
nings, by M. M. Ames, Jesse H. Ames [and] 
Odille Ousley. © Oct. 18, 1944, A 183722; Web- 
ster pub. co., inc., St. Louis. 5794 

Amiss (John M.) Industrial supervisor, by J. M. 
Amiss and Traver C. Sutton. © Oct. 30, 1944; 
A 183924; Ronald press co., New York. 5795 

Anderson (Robert Gordon)* Port Washington, L. I., 
N. Y. Biography of a cathedral. [1st ed.] © 
Nov, 15, 1944; A 184249. 5796 

Andrews (John Paul) Gliding and soaring. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 23, 1944, A 183888; Robert M. McBride 
& co., New York. 5797 

Angoff (Charles)* New York. Palestrina, savior 
of church music. © Oct. 30, 1944; A 183848. 

5798 

Apel (Willi) Harvard dictionary of music. © Nov. 
15, 1944; A 184373; President & fellows of Har- 
vard college, Cambridge, Mass. 5799 

Arey (Charles K.) Aviation science for boys and 
girls. © Nov. 8, 1944; A 184094; Macmillan co., 
New York. 5800 

Arnhym (Albert A.) Comfortization of aircraft. 
© Oct. 24, 1944; A 184122; Pitman pub. corp., 
New York. 5801 

Arnold (Elizabeth A.)* New Milford, Conn. Book 
of a lifetime. © Nov. 4, 1944; A 184196, 5802 

Arnold-Forster (William Edward)* St. Ives, Corn- 
wall, England. Charters of the peace. © 1 c. 
Nov. 10, 1944; A ad int. 28551; pubd. Sept. 11. 

5803 

Artis (Dale Anne) Songs of circumstance. © Oct. 
10, 1944, A 183751; Dorrance & co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 5804 

Ashburn (Frank D.)* North Andover, Mass. Pea- 
body of Groton. © Oct. 23, 1944, A 183695. 

5805 



Ashton (Helen)* New York. Joanna. © Aug. 
A 184356. 



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5807 



pt. I, n. s., v. 41 



Askham (Francis)* London. Heart consumed. © 
1 c. Nov. 17, 1944; A ad int. 28572; pubd. Sept. 
28. 5807 

Baba (Meher) 5808-5810 

Discourses, v. 5, 1943. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28569; pubd. Sept. 4, 1943. 
Divine theme with charts. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1944; 

A ad int. 28567; pubd. July 1. 
Scheme of Meher Baba universal spiritual 

centre. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1944; A ad int. 28566; 

pubd, Dec. 17, 1939. 
© Circle productions, inc., New York. 



Bailey (Henry Christopher)* 
Cat's whisker. [1st ed.] 
184061. 



Highgate, England. 

© Nov. 2, 1944; A 

5811 



Baird (A. Craig) comp . Representative American 
speeches, 1943-1944. © Oct. 19,1944; A 183837; 
H. W. Wilson co., New York. 5812 

Baird (A. T.) ed. One hundred cases for survival 
after death. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 183850; Bernard 
Ackerman, inc., New York. 5813 

Baker (Nina Brown) Garibaldi. © Nov. I, 1944; A 
184172; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 5814 

Ball (M. Margaret) Problem of inter-American 
organization. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 183987, Board 
of trustees of the Leland Stanford univ., Stan- 
ford University, Calif. 5815 

Bangs 0ohn R.) Factory management, by J. R. 
Bangs, in collaboration with C. D. Hart. © Nov. 
16, 1944; A 184398; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 5816 

Barnwell (Mildred Telford) Years that the locust 
hath eaten. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184253; Man- 
thorne & Burack, inc., Boston. 5817 

Barrows (Marjorie) Jojo. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183865; 
Rand McNally & co., Chicago. 5818 

Barton (Betsey)* New York. And now to live again. 
© Oct. 27, 1944; A 183818. 5819 

Baruch (Dorothy W.)* Los Angeles. Parents can 
be people. © Oct, 20, 1944; A 183686. 5820 

Baugher (Ruby Dell)* Morganfield, Ky. Wedgwood 
pitcher. © Nov. 1, 1944; A 183162. 5821 

Baum (L. Frank) New Wizard of Oz. © Nov. 3, 
1944; A 184031; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

5822 

Baume (Eric)* London. Sydney Duck. © 1 c. Nov. 
8, 1944; A ad int. 28550; pubd. Mar. 16. 5823 

Beaton (Maude Hill)* Glendale, Calif. Keep your 
quilt, Mary Ann. © Oct 25, 1944; A 184814. 

5824 

Beattie (Janet) Good for Scuffles. © Oct. 27, 1944, 
A 183940, Howell, Soskin publishers, inc., New 
York. 5825 

Bechtel (John) Chicken devil mystery. © Oct. 30, 
1944; A 183913; William B. Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 5826 



Behlen (H.) & bro., inc.,* New York. Art of wood 
finishing. © Oct. 13, 1944; A 184284. 5827 

Belmont (I. J.)* New York. Modern dilemma in art. 
©Oct. 16, 1944; A 183976. 5828 

Benet (Laura) Washington Irving, explorer of 
American legend. © Oct. 24, 1944; A 183786; 
Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New York. 5829 

Bentwich (Norman de Mattos)* London. Jewish 
youth comes home. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1944; A ad 
int. 28553; pubd. Sept. 11. 5830 

Berge (Wendell) Cartels, challenge to a free world. 
© Sept. 29, 1944; A 184054; Araer. council on 
public affairs, Washington. 5831 

Bergman (Alexander F.) They look like men. © 
Nov. 17, 1944; A 184320; Bernard Ackerman, 
inc., New York. 5832 

Berkness (Hazelle M.) Pick a bunch of stars. © 
July 31, 1944, A 183989; Paebar co., New York. 

5833 

Bernard (L. L.) War and its causes. © Oct. 24, 
1944; A 183721; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 5834 

[Beston (Elizabeth Coatsworth)]* Nobleboro, Me. 
Country neighborhood, by Elizabeth Coatsworth. 
© Oct. 31, 1944; A 183899. 5835 

Beymer (William Gilmore)* New York. 12:20 p. m. 
© Nov. 6, 1944; A 184375. 5836 

Biddle (George)* Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y. George 
Biddle's war drawings. © Nov. "15, 1944; A 
184388. 5837 

Billings (Buck) Unbranded thirty. © July 17, 1944; 
A 184361; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 5838 

Birmingham, Ala. General code of the city of 
Birmingham, Ala. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184301; 
Michie co., Charlottesville, Va. 5839 



Bishop (William A.)* Ottawa. 
Nov. 10, 1944; A 184186. 



Winged peace. © 
5840 



Bloom (Vera)* Washington. There's no place like 
Washington. © Nov. 10,1944; A 184181 k 5841 

Boas (Ernst P.) Treatment of the patient past fifty. 
© Oct. 5, 1944; A 184165, Year book publishers, 
inc., Chicago. 5842 

Booth (H. H.) Book of combat planes, © Nov. 6, 
1944; A 184371; Garden City pub. co., inc., New 
York. 5843 

Bowen (Genevieve) Living and learning in a rural 
school. © Nov. 21, 1944; A 184401; Macmillan 
co., New York. 5844 

Boy scout year book. Edited by Franklin K. Math- 
iews. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183688; D. Appleton- 
Century co., inc., New York. 5845 

Boyd (James) Eighteen poems. © Nov. 13, 1944; 
A 184278; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

5846 



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Bradbury (Bianca) Half the music. © Nov. 10, 1944; 
A 184254; Fine editions press, New York. 5847 



Bradshaw (Marion John)* Bangor, Me. 
Maine. © Oct. 2, 1944; A 183724. 



Nature of 



Brecher (Ch. M.) comp . Five books of Moses. © 
Oct. 25, 1944; A 184027; Fannie Soharfstein, 
New York. 5849 



Breckenridge (W. J.) Reptiles and amphibians of 
Minnesota. © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183984; University 
of Minnesota, Minneapolis. 5850 

Breneman (John W.) Mathematics. © Oct. 25, 1944; 
A 183860; Pennsylvania state college, State 
College, Pa. 5851 

Breuning (Margaret) Mary Cassatt. © Nov. 16, 
1944; A 184337; Hyperion press, New York. 

5852 

Brines (Russell)* San Francisco. Until they eat 
stones. [1st ed.] © Nov. 15, 1944; A 185393. 

5853 

Brink (Carol Ryrie) Magical melons. © Oct. 31, 
1944; A 184282; Macmillan co., New York. 

5854 

Brink (Carol Ryrie)* St. Paul. Buffalo coat. © 
Nov. 14, 1944; A 184214. 5855 

Broadfoot (Lennis L.) Pioneers of the Ozarks. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; A 184219; Caxton printers, ltd., 
Caldwell, Id. 5856 

Brogan (Denis W.)* London. American character. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 23, 1944; A 183705. 5857 

Bromfield (Louis)* Lucas, O. World we live in. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 18, 1944; A 183699. 5858 

Bronte (Charlotte) Jane Eyre. © Sept. 25, 1944; 
A 184010; Random house, inc., New York. 5859 

Brown (Beth)* New York. Universal station. [1st 
ed.] © Nov. 2, 1944; A 184170. 5860 

Brown (Joe E.)* Los Angeles. Your kids and mine. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 19, 1944; A 184060. 5861 

Brown (Margaret Wise)* New York. Bigfur secret. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 25, 1944; A 183797. 5862 

Brown (Paul) Hi Guy, the Cinderella horse. © Oct. 
9, 1944; A 183832; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 5863 

Bryant (Bernice) God's wonder world. © Oct. 20, 
1944; A 184089; C. D. Pantle, St. Louis. 5864 

Bulian (Walter) Metallography of magnesium and its 
alloy, by W. Bulian and Eberhard Fahrenhorst. 
[Translated by] Technical staffs of F. A. Hughes 
& co., ltd. and Magnesium elektron, ltd. © 1 c. 
Oct. 19, 1944; A ad int. 28571; pubd. Sept. 20; 
Magnesium elektron, ltd., Swinton, nr. Manchest- 
er, England. 5865 



Buranelli (Prosper) ed. Cross word puzzle book. 
56th series. Edited by P. Buranelli, F. Gregory 
Hartswick [and] Margaret Petherbridge. © Oct. 
18, 1944; A 184001; Simon & Schuster, inc. ~ 
Plaza pub. co., New York. 5866 



Burlingame (Cora)* Louisville. 
© Oct. 20, 1944; A 183685. 



Lord oi London. 
5867 



Burt (Alfred Leroy) Short history of Canada for 
Americans. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 184052; Univer- 
sity of Minnesota, Minneapolis; 5868 

Burton (Katherine)* Bronxville. N. Y. No shadow 
of turning; the life of James Kent Stone (Father 
Fidelis of the Cross) [1st ed.] © Oct. 25, 1944; 
A 183842. 5869 

Busch (Niven)* West Los Angeles, Calif. They 
dream of home. [1st ed.] © Nov. 10. 1944; 
A 184171. 5870 

Butterfield (William H.) Credit letters that win 
friends. © Nov. 9, 1944; A 184293; University 
of Oklahoma press, Norman, Okl. 5871 

Bynner (Witter)* Sante Fe, N. M. Way of life 
according to Laotzu. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183968. 

5872 

Cairns (Huntington) ed. Masterpieces of painting 
from the National gallery of art. Edited by H. 
Cairns and John Walker. © Nov. 15, 1944, A 
184415; Publications fund, National gallery of 
art, Washington. 5873 

California. District courts of appeal. Reports of 
cases determined, v. 62 2d. © Oct. 13, 1944; 
A 183844; Bancroft- Whitney co., San Francisco. 

5874 

California reporter, covering cases reported in 
Pacific reporter, Second series. 147 P. 2d- 148 
P. 2d. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 184044; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. • 5875 

Campbell (George Alexander) Friends are my 
story. © Oct. 15, 1944; A 184090; C. D. Pantle, 
St. Louis. 5876 

Cannon (James P.) History of American Trotskyism. 
© Sept. 22, 1944; A 183880; Pioneer publishers, 
New York. 5377 

Cantarow (Abraham) Lead poisoning, by A. Cantarow 
and Max Trumper. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184385; 
Williams & Wilkins co., Baltimore. 5878 

Carlisle (Norman) ed. Air forces reader. [1st ed.] 
© Nov. 13, 1944; A 184268; Bobbs-Merrill co., 
Indianapolis. 5879 

Carnegie endowment for international peace,* 
Washington. Year book, 1944. © Sept. 18, 1944; 
A 184048. 5880 



Cassirer (Ernst) Essay on man. © Oct. 31, 
A 184242; Yale univ. press, New Haven. 



1944; 
5881 



Chalmers (Allan Knight) Constant fire. © Oct. 30, 
1944; A 184006; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 5882 



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41 



Chambers (T. M.)* Dallas. . Biblical recipes for 
preparing young lives from babyhood through 
adolescence. © June 8, 1944; A 183869. 

5883 

Chaplin (W. W.) Fifty-two days. [1st ed.] ©Nov. 
3, 1944; A 184029; Bobbs-Merrillco., Indianapo- 
lis. 5884 

Chase (Daryl) Joseph the prophet as he lives in the 
hearts of his people. © Oct. 6, 1944; A 184349; 
Deseret book co., Salt Lake City. 5885 

Chase (Mary Ellen)* Northampton, Mass. Bible 
and the common reader. © Nov. 21, 1944; 
A 184402. 5886 

Cholmeley-Jones (Henrietta Sturgis) Slow advance, 
1914-1944. [By] Henrietta, Edward, Richard 
Cholmeley-Jones. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183747; 
Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 5887 

Clark (Henry W.) Cross and the eternal order. © 
Oct. 31, 1944; A 183897; Macmillan co., New 
York. 5888 



[Clark (Thomas Blake)]* Washington. Advertising 
smoke screen, by Blake Clark. [1st ed.] © 
Oct. 25, 1944; A 184146. 5889 

Claudy (Carl H.)* Washington. Lion's paw. © Oct. 
17, 1944; A 183914. . 5890 

Cleveland (Reginald M.) Coming air age, by R. M. 
Cleveland and Leslie E. Neville. © Nov.. 13, 
1944; A 184272; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New 
York. 5891 

Clifford (Harold B.) America my home, then and 
now. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 184039; Charles Scrib- 
ner's sons, New York. 5892 



Clift (Denison)* New York. Spy in the room. © 
Aug. 17, 1944; A 184352. 5893 

Cockrell (Frank M.) History of early Dallas, by F. 
M. Cockrell. [Revised by Monroe F. Cockrell] 
© Oct. 28, 1944; A 184206, Monroe F. Cockrell, 
Evanstbn, 111. 5894 

Cohn (David L„)* Hopewell, N. J. Combustion on 
wheels. © Nov. 7, 1944; A 184374. 5895 

Collins (Frederick L.)* West Falmouth, Mass. 
Homicide squad. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 183966. 

5896 

Combs (George Hamilton) I'd take this way again. 
© Oct. 15, 1944; A 184091; C. D. Pantle, St. 
Louis. 5897 

Comroe (Bernard I.) Arthritis and allied conditions. 
© Oct. 24, 1944; A 183689; Lea &Febiger, Phila- 
delphia. 5898 

Connecticut. Supreme court of errors . Cases ar- 
gued, and determined, v. 130. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
A 183809; Frances Burke Redick, secretary of 
state of the state of Connecticut, Hartford. 5899 



Connecticut historical society & Society of May- 
flower descendants in the state of Connecticut* 
Hartford. Records of the Congregational church 
in Windham, Conn, (except church votes) 1700- 
1851. © Sept. 20, 1944; A 184334. 5900 

Cooley (Donald G.) Your world tomorrow. © Mar. 
31, 194*4; A 183793; Essential books, inc., New 
York. 5901 



Cornell (William B.) Business organization. © 
Oct. 26, 1944; A 183902; Alexander Hamilton 
institute, inc., New York. . 5902 

Cornwell (Dorothea) They dare not go a-hunting. 
© Oct. 10, 1944; A 183698; Dodd, Mead & co., 
inc., New York. 5903 

Costantino (Joan) Secrets at the Mardi Gras, by J. 
Costantino and Josephine Costantino. © Oct. 27, 
1944; A 183954; Albert Whitman & co., Chicago. 

5904 

Coward (Noel)* London. Middle east diary. [1st 
ed.] © Nov. 2, 1944; A 184058. 5905 

Crandall (L. W.) Concrete building design data. 
[By] L. W. Crandall, George Evans, Erik Sollid 
[and others] © July I, 1944; A 183754; Samuel 
Judd, Denver. 5906 

Crane (Aimee) Gallery of great paintings. © Oct. 
25, 1944; A 183762; Crown publishers, New York. 

5907 

Cronin (A. J.)* Greenwich, Conn. Green years. 
© Nov. 13, 1944; A 184190. 5908 

Crosby (Everett Uberto)* Nantucket, Mass. East- 
man Johnson at Nantucket. © Oct. 30, 1944; 
A 184049. 5909 

Crow (Carl)* New York. China takes her place. 
[1st ed.] © Nov. 8, 1944; A 184148. 5910 

[Crowley (Aleister)] Book of Thoth; a short essay 
on the Tarot of the Egyptians, being the Equinox, 
v. 3, no. 5, by the Master Therion. © 1 c. Oct. 

. 27, 1944; A ad int. 28526; pubd. Mar. 21; Karl 
J. Germer, New York. 5911 

Curry (John Steuart) ilius. Essays of Ralph Waldo 
Emerson. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 184011, Random 
house, inc., New York. 5912 

Cutten (George B.) Should prohibition return. © 
Nov. 3, 1944; A 184192; Fleming H. Revell co., 
New York. 5913 

Cyclopedia of medicine, surgery and specialties, 
v. 5, 6. © Oct. 31, 1944; A 183941; F. A. Davis 
co., Philadelphia. 5914 



more 
5915 



Dahl (Francis W.)* Newton, Mass. What, 
Dahl. © Nov. 8, 1944; A 184197. 



Dakin-White (Charlotte F.)* Springfield, Mass. 
Beyond the hurt and other poems. © Oct. 25, 
1944; A 183760. 5916 



Dalgliesh (Alice)* New York. 
Oct. 9, 1944; A 183826. 



Silver pencil. © 
5917 



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5954 



Daniels (Josephus) Wilson era, years of peace, 
1910-1917. © Nov. 18, 1944; A 184397; Univer- 
sity of North Carolina press, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

5918 



Davenport (Russell W.)* New York. 
© Oct. 24, 1944; A 184002. 



My country. 
5919 



Davis (Hassoldt)* New York. Half past when. [1st 
ed.] © Nov. 8, 1944; A 184233. 5920 

De Angeli (Marguerite) Turkey for Christmas. © 
Oct. 27, 1944; A 184258; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 5921 

Degon (Elmer F.) Practical manual of E-6B com- 
puter, by E. F. Degon [and] Allan C. Zweng. © 
Oct. 4, 1944; A 183815; Pan American navigation 
service, North Hollywood, Calif. 5922 

De la Roche (Mazo)* Ontario. Building of Jalna. 
" Whiteoak ed. [lsted.] © Oct. 20, 1944; A 184286. 

5923 

De Leeuw (Adele)* Plainfield, N. J. Doctor Ellen. 
© Oct. 31, 1944; A 183898. 5924 

De Longchamps (Joanne) And ever Venus. © Oct. 
5, 1944; A 183875; *Vagon & star publishers, 
West Los Angeles, Calif. 5925 

Derleth (August)* Sauk City, Wis. And you, Tho- 
reau. © Aug. 24, 1944; A 184069. 5926 



Dern (Peggy) Frost in April. © July 17, 1944; A 
184364, Arcadia house, inc., New York. 5927 

De Saxe (Maurice) Reveries on the art of war. [By] 
M. De Saxe. Translated and edited by Thomas 
R. Phillips. © Oct. 19, 1944; A 183969; Military 
service pub. co., Harrisburg, Pa. 5928 

Desk standard dictionary of the English language. 
Abridged from the Funk& WagnallsNew standard 
dictionary of the English language. [Ready refer- 
ence ed.] © Oct. 16, 1944; A 184372; Funk fc 
Wagnalls co., New York. 5929 

Desmond (Alice Curtis) Sea cats. © Oct. 24, 1944; 
A 183682; Macmillan co., New York. 5930 

Deweerd (H. A.) Great soldiers of world war 2. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 30, 1944; A 183923; W. W. Nor- 
ton & co., inc., New York. 5931 

Dewey (Thomas B.)* Arlington, Va. Hue and cry. 
© Nov. 1, 1944; A 184225. 5932 

Dierkes (Henry)* La Porte, Ind. Emerge with the 
swallow. © Nov. 1, 1944; A 184251. 5933 

Dingman (Charles F.) Estimating building costs. 
© Nov. 8, 1944; A 184299; McGraw-Hill book 
co., inc., New York. 5934 

Domoney (Valentine)* Oklahoma City. Your suc- 
cess through character analysis. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
A 184018. - 5935 

Donahue (George J.) Letters to David. © Oct. 15, 
1944; A 183746; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadel- 
phia. 5936 



Dorey (J. Milnor) Basic educational refresher. 
Elementary English, by J. M. Dorey. Elementary 
mathematics, by William L. Schaaf. © Aug. 14, 
1944; A 183789; Garden City pub. co., inc., New 
York. 5937 

Dostoyevsky (Fyodor) Crime and punishment. [By] 
F. Dostoyevsky. Translated from the Russian, 
by Constance Garnett. © Sept. 25, 1944; A 184012; 
Random house, inc., New York. 5938 

Dougherty (Norbert F.)* Los Angeles. Occupation- 
al planning for tomorrow. © Oct. 25, 1944; 
A 184183. - 5939 

Douglas (Bruce) Way of the strong. © Nov, 6, 1944; 
A 184085; Theodore \Vayland Douglas, Mexico, 
D. F. 5940 

Dubberly (Vinton M.) Tar, pitch and turpentine. 
© Oct. 10, 1944; A 183750; Dorrance & co., inc., 
Philadelphia. 5941 

Dubkin (Leonard) Murmur of wings. © Nov. 20, 
1944; A 184416; McGraw-Hill book co., inc., 
New York. 5942 

Duffus (R. L.) Valley and its people. [1st ed.] 
© Nov. 13, 1944; A 184230; Alfred A. Knopf, 
inc., New York. 5943 

Dunham (Clarence W.) Theory and practice of re- 
inforced concrete. © Oct. 23, 1944; A 183861, 
McGraw-Hill book co., inc., New York. 5944 

Dunlap (Orrin E.) jr_. Radio's 100 men of science. 
[1st ed.] © Nov. 8, 1944; A 184144; Harper & 
bros., New York. 5945 

Durant (Will)* Los Angeles. Caesar and Christ. 
© Oct. 23, 1944; A 184003. 594,6 

Dyett (James G.) Your navy now. © Oct. 19, 1944; 
A 183741; Oxford univ. press, New York, inc., 
New York. 5947 

Eakin (Mildred Moody) Getting acquainted with 
Jewish neighbors. © Oct. 24, 1944; A 183678; 
Macmillan co., New York. 5948 

Edelbaum (Meyer)* New York. Way to freedom. 
© Nov. 17, 1944; A 184390. 5949 



Eden (Rob) Always in her heart. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
A 183873; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 5950 

Edgerton (Franklin) tr_. Bhagavad Glta. Parts 1, 
2. © Nov. 6, 1944; A 184224; President & fel- 
lows of Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. 

5951 

Edmonds (Walter D.)* BoonviUe, N. Y. Wilderness 
clearing. © Oct. 24, 1944; A 183785. 5952 

Edwards (Sterling W.)* Silver Spring, Md. This 
clocked and crystal moment. © June 1, 1944; 
A 183820. 5953 

Eifert (William Henry) In season, out of season. 
© Nov. 13, 1944; A 184345; Concordia pub. house, 
St. Louis. 5954 



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Ekirch (Arthur A !ohon?e) jr. Idea of progress in 
America, 1815-1860. © Oct. 27, 1944: A 183959; 
Columbia univ. press, New York. 5955 

Elliott (Margaret Axson) My Aunt Louise and 
Woodrow Wilson. © Oct. 28, 1944; A 184245; 
Margaret Randolph Elliott, Pasadena. 5956 

Elmore (Carl Hopkins) Quit you like men. © Oct. 
23, 1944; A 184005; Charles Scribner's sons, 
New York. 5957 



Ely (Robert Erskine)* New York. 
© Nov. 8, 1944; A 184188. 



A beginning. 
5958 



England (Jane) pseud. Yorkshire farm 
1944; A 184366; Arcadia house, inc. 



© July 17, 

New York. 

5959 

Erskine (John)* New York. What is music? [1st 

ed.] © Oct. 23, 1944; A 183707. 5960 

Estes (Eleanor) Hundred dresses. © Oct. 19, 1944; 
A 183701; Harcourt, Brace & co., inc., New York. 

5961 

Ewen (David) 5962, 5963 

Music for the millions. © Oct. 23, 1944; A 184125; 

Arco pub. co., New York. 
Tales from the Vienna woods. © Nov. 9, 1944; 

A 184120; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 

Farrington (S. Kip) jr. Giants of the rails. © Nov. 
6, 1944; A 184177; Garden City pub. co., inc., 
New York. 5964 

Faulkner (Harold U.) Labor in America, by H.- U. 
Faulkner and Mark Starr. © Oct. 25, 1944; 
A 184131; Harper & bros., New York. 5965 

Federal reporter. Second series, v. 142 F. 2d. 

« © Oct. 9, 1944; A 183834; West pub. co., St. 

Paul. 5966 

Feis (Herbert) Sinews of peace. [1st ed.] © Oct. 
25, 1944; A 184130; Harper & bros., New York. 

5967 



Felsen (Henry) Pilots all. [1st ed.] © Oct. 
1944; A 184136; Harper & bros., New York. 



25, 



5968 

Fenner (Phyllis R.) comp . Princesses and peasant 
boys. [1st ed.] © Nov. 13, 1944; A 184229; Al- 
fred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 5969 

Fern (George H.) What is vocational education. 
© Nov. 8, 1944; A 184097; Amer. technical soc, 
Chicago. 5970 

Ferris (Elmer E.) Salesmanship, by E. E. Ferris, 
in collaboration with Fowler Manning. © Oct. 
26, 1944; A 183904; Alexander Hamilton institute, 
inc., New York. 5971 

Field (Carter) Bernard Baruch, park, bench states- 
man. © Oct. 23, 1944; A 183804; McGraw-Hill 
book co., inc., New York. 5972 

Field (Peter) Death rides the night. © Noy. 1, 
1944; A 184226; Jefferson house, inc., New York. 

5973 



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Fieser (Louis F.) Organic chemistry, by L. F. 
Fieser and Mary Fieser. Abridged. © Oct. 27 
1944; A 184109; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 

5974 



Fisher (George A.)* Keetley, Utah, 
lines. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183838. 



Behind the 
5975 



Fisher (Helen Stevens)* Chicago. Riddle -de -quiz. 
© Nov. 17, 1944; A 184316. 5976 

Fisher (Irving) World maps and globes, by I. Fisher 
and O. M. Miller. © June 16, 1944; A 183791; 
Essential books, New York. 5977 

Fitzkee (Dariel) Trick brain. © Nov. 2, 1944; 
A 184118; Dariel Fitzroy, San Rafael, Calif. 

5978 

Five young American poets. Third series. 1944. 
© Sept. 3, 1944; A 184377; New directions, Nor- 
folk, Conn. 5979 

Fleming (John C.) There's always tomorrow, by 
J. C. Fleming and Lois Eby. © July 17, 1944; 
A 184362; Arcadia house, inc., New York. 

5980 

Flint (Harvey) Winning sailboat races. © Nov. 6, 
1944; A 184106; A. S. Barnes & co., New York. 

5981 

Flynn (Harry Eugene) Voices of verse. Books 3, 
4. By H. E. Flynn, Ray Butts MacLean [and] 
Chester Benford Lund. © Jan. 28, June 28, 1944; 
A 183944, 183945; Lyons & Carnahan, Chicago. 

5982, 5983 

Footner (Hulbert)* Baltimore. Rivers of the East- 
ern Shore. © Oct. 26, 1944; A 183794. 5984 

Fosdick (Harry Emerson) Great time to be alive. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 25, 1944; A 184134; Harper & 
bros., New York. 5985 

Foster (Genevieve)* Evanston, 111. Abraham 
Lincoln's world, 1809-1865. © Sept. 11, 1944; 
A 183831. 5986 

Fraenkel (Ernst) Military occupation and the rule 
of law. © Oct. 24, 1944; A 184412; Oxford univ. 
press, New York, inc., New York. 5987 

Frasier (George Willard) 5988, 5989 

How and why discoveries. [By] G. W. Frasier, 

Helen Dolman, Francis Shoemaker [and] 

Kathryne Van Noy. ©Nov. 13, 1944; A 184346. 

How and why experiments. [By]G. W. Frasier, 

Helen Dolman, Francis Shoemaker [and] 

Kathryne Van Noy. © Oct. 1, 1944; A 184051. 

© L. W. Singer co., Syracuse. 

Freeland (George Earl) America's building. [By] 
G. E. Freeland, Edward Everett Walker and Helen 
Esther Williams. © Aug. 28, 1944; A 184273; 
Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 5990 

Freeman (Douglas Southall) Lee's lieutenants, v. 
3. © Oct. 9, 1944; A 183827; Charles Scribner's 
sons. New York. 5991 



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Freeman (Mae) Fun with chemistry, by Mae and 
Ira Freeman. © Oct. 16, 1944; A 183692; Ran- 
dom house, inc., New York. 5992 

Freemasons. Michigan. Grand lodge. Michigan 
masonic monitor and ceremonies. © July 12, 
1944; A 184308; Grand lodge of free and accepted 
masons of the state of Michigan, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 5993 

Friskey (Margaret) Tad Lincoln and the green um- 
brella. © Oct. 19, 1944; A 183740; Oxford univ. 
press, New York, inc., New York. 5994 

Frobisher (Martin) jr_. Fundamentals of bacteri- 
ology. © Nov. 9, 1944; A 184182; W. B. Saunders 
co., Philadelphia. 5995 

Frost (Rosamund) Pierre Auguste Renoir. © Nov. 
16, 1944; A 184336; Hyperion press, New York. 

5996 

Furman (A. L.)* New York. 5997, 5998 

Armchair companion. © Oct. 25, 1944; A 184020. 
Second mystery companion. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
A 184021. 

Gaa (Charles John) Taxation of corporate income, 
© Aug. 28, 1944; A 183912; University of Illinois 
press, Urbana, 111. 5999 



Gable (Charles H.) 6000-6006 

Book of along the creek, by C, H. Gable and Ellen 

Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 1944, A 183953. 
Book of feathered flights, by G. H. Gable and 

Ellen Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 1944, A 

183947. 
Book of finding nature's treasures, byC.H. Gable 

and Ellen Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 1944; 

A 183949. 
Book of from seed to tree, C.H. Gable and Elltn 

Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 1944; A 183948. 
Book of little creatures with many legs, by C. H. 

Gable and Ellen Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 

1944; A 183950. 
Book of queer animals, by C. H. Gable and Ellen 

Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 1944; A 183951. 
Book of thin wings, by C. H. Gable and Ellen 

Schulz Quillin. © Oct. 30, 1944; A 183952. 
© Albert Whitman & co., Chicago. 



Gaines (Thomas) Healthful eating. © Sept. 22, 
1944; A 184189; Joseph F. \Vagner, inc., New 
York. 6007 

Gatti (Attilio) Mediterranean spotlights. © Oct. 9, 
1944; A 183830; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 6008 

Georgia. Supreme court. Reports of cases decided, 
v. 197. © NovT 10, 1944; A 184208; State of 
Georgia, Atlanta. 6009 



Gide (Andre) Imaginary interviews. [By] A. Gide. 
Translated from the French, by Malcolm Cowley. 
© Oct. 23, 1944; A 183702; Jacaues Schiffrin, 
New York. 6010 

Gilbert (Anthony) pseud. Thirty days to live. © Oct. 
23, 1944; A 183782; Smith &Durrell, New York. 

6011 



Glantz (Evelyn) Scrap fun for everyone. © Oct. 
16, 1944; A 183776; Larch book co., New York. 

6012 

Godbold (Albea) Church college of the old south. 
© Cct. 12, 1944; A 183995; Duke univ. press, 
Durham, N. C. 6013 

Godcharies (Frederic A.) Chronicles of central 
Pennsylvania, v. 1-4. ©June 26, 1944; A 183710; 
Lewis historical pub. co., inc., New York. 

6014 

Going (Clayton G.)* Kew Gardens, L. I., N. Y. 
Dogs at war. © Oct. 31, 1944; A 183900. 6015 

Gosselink (Sara Elizabeth) 6016-6019 

Captive's return. © Nov. 7, 1944; A 184409. 
Lucius, the centurion. ©Nov. 3, 1944; A 184408. 
Physician of Galilee. © Oct. 17, 1944; A 184050. 
Royal inn. © Nov. 11, 1944; A 184252. 
© William B. Eerdmans pub. co., Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Graf (Don) Convenience for research. © Aug. 15, 
1944; A 184419; Voorhees, Walker, Foley & 
Smith, New York. 6020 

Grant (J. C. Boileau) Method of anatomy. © Nov. 
4, 1944; A 184025; Williams & Wilkins co., 
Baltimore. 6021 

Gray (Albert F.) Christian theology, v. 1. © Oct. 
9, 1944; A 183736; Gospel trumpet co., Ander- 
son, Ind. 6022 

Grayson (Alice Barr) Do you know your daughter. 
© Nov. 20, 1944; A 184386; D. Appleton-Century 
co., inc., New York. 6023 

[Great Britain. Ministry of reconstruction] So- 
cial insurance. Parts 1, 2. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1944; 
A ad int. 28554, 28555: pubd. Sept. 26, 27; Con- 
troller of His Majesty s stationery office, Lon- 
don. 6024, 6025 

Greendlinger (Leo) Financial and business state- 
ments. © Oct. 26, 1944; A 183906; Alexander 
Hamilton institute, inc., New York. 6026 

Greene (Harry A.) At all times. [By] H. A. Greene 
[and] Kate Ashley. © Sept. 11, 1944; A 183811; 
Row, Peterson & co., Evanston, 111. 6027 

Grigassy (Julius)* Braddock, Pa. My prayer book. 
© Oct. 20, 1944; A 183716. 6028 

Grimm (William) Hansel and Gretel, by W. Grimm 
and Jacob Grimm. Illustrations by Warren Chap- 
pell. [1st ed.] © Nov. 13, 1944; A 184232; Al- 
fred A. Knopf, inc., New York. 6029 

Grodzinski (Paul) Diamond tools. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
A 183971; Anton Smit & co., inc., New York. 

6030 



Gronowicz (Antoni) Four from the old town, by A. 
Gronowicz. Translated from the Polish, by Jo- 
seph Vetter. © Sept. 11, 1944; a 183828; Charles 
Scribner's sons, New York. 6031 

Gross (Fred L.)* Brooklyn . What is the verdict? 
© Nov. 21, 1944; A 184403. 6032 



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Groves (Ernest R.) Conserving marriage and the 
family. © Oct. 24, 1944; A 183679; Macmillan co., 
New York. 6033 

Gruber (Ruth)* Washington. I went to the Soviet 
Arctic. © Oct. 13, 1944; A 184280. 6034 

Haggin (Bernard H.)* New York. Music for the man 
who enjoys Hamlet. [1st ed.] © Nov. 13, 1944; 
A 184228. 6035 



Hall (Warner ) Even Jericho. 
A 184084; Macrae -Smith co. 



© Nov. 6, 1944; 
Philadelphia. 

6036 



Halsey (Margaret)* New York. Some of my best 
friends are soldiers. © Sept. 18 ? 1944; A 
183925. 6037 

Harding (Bertita) Lost waltz. [1st ed.] © Nov. 20, 
1944; A 184391; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapolis. 

6038 



Harmon (Tom)* North Hollywood, "Calif, 
also pray. © Oct. 24, 1944; A 183712. 



Pilots 
6039 



Harper (Wilhelmina)* Philadelphia. Uncle Sam s 
storybook. [1st ed.] ©Nov. 15, 1944; A 184327. 

6040 

Harris (Robert S.) ed. Vitamins and hormones, v. 
2. Editedby R.S.Harris and Kenneth V.Thimann. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; A 183763; Academic press, inc., 
New York. 6041 



Harrison (Norman B.)* Minneapolis. 
Oct. 30, 1944; A 184250. 



Living. © 
6042 



Hartley (L. P.) Shrimp and the anemone. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1944; A ad int. 28537; pubd. Oct. 30, 
Putnam & co., ltd., London. 6043 

Hasenjaeger (Ella) Asepsis in communicable dis- 
ease nursing. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184392; J. B. 
Lippincott co., Philadelphia. 6044 

Hatch (Alden) General Ike. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 
184347; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 6045 

Hatcher (Harlan) The Great Lakes. © Oct. 19, 
1944; A 183758; Oxford univ. press, New York, 
inc., New York. 6046 

Hay (Timothy) Horses. [1st ed.] © Nov. 8, 1944; 
A 184151; Harper & bros., New York. 6047 

Heal (Edith) This very sun. © Nov. 13, 1944; 
A 184266; Crown publishers, New York. 6048 

[Heard (Henry Fitzgerald)]* Trabuco Canyon, 
Calif. Recollection, by Gerald Heard. © Oct. 
16, 1944; A 184410. 6049 



Hebert (Walter H.) 
© Nov. 3, 1944; 
Indianapolis. 



Fighting Joe Hooker. [1st ed.] 

A 184030; Bobbs-Merrill co., 

6050 



Heckelmann (Charles N.) Vengeance trail. © Sept. 
20, 1944; A 184358; Arcadia house, inc., New 
York. 6051 



Heimsath (Charles H.) Genius of public worship. 
© Sept. 18, 1944; A 184154; Charles Scribne/s 
sons, New York. 6052 

Henderson (Daniel)* New York. From the Volga 
to the Yukon. © Nov. 21, 1944 3 A 184420. 6053 

Henry (Robert Selph) First with the most, Forrest. 
[1st ed.] © Oct. 31, 1944; A 183962, Bobbs-Mer- 
rill co., Indianapolis. 6054 

Herrick (Arthur D.)* Brooklyn. Food regulation 
and compliance, v.l, © Oct. 24, 1944; A 183889. 

6055 

Hershberger (Guy Franklin) War, peace and non- 
resistance. © Nov. 1, 1944; A 184325; Herald 
press, Scottdale, Pa. 6056 

Hewes (Agnes Danforth) Two oceans to Canton, 
[lsted.] © Oct. 23, 1944; A 183703, Alfred A. 
Knopf, inc., New York. 6057 

Hewlett (John H.)* New York. Thunder beats the 
drum! [lsted.] © Sept. 22, 1944; A 183886. 

6058 

Hicks (Granville)* Grafton, N. Y. Behold trouble. 
© Nov. 14, 1944; A 184210. 6059 

[Hill (Carolyn Sherwin Bailey)]* Temple, N. H. 
Pioneer art in America, by Carolyn Sherwin 
Bailey. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 



Hinman (Harold Lee) * Leacock, Pa. Hamarita and 
other poems. © Sept. 1, 1944; A 184289. 6061 

Hode (Hal)* New York. This hero business. © 
July 14, 1944; A 184022. 6062 

Hoeksema (Herman) Mystery of Bethlehem. © Nov. 
9, 1944; A 184116; William B.Eerdmans pub. co., 
Grand Rapids. 6063 

Hoerr (V„ Winters) American business law. v. 3. 
Property, real and personal, by V. W. Hoerr. 
Bailments and carriers corporations, by Donald 
Hesson. © Oct. 4, 1944; A 184173; Walton pub. 
co., Chicago. 6064 

[Hoff (Syd)]* Bell Harbor, L. I., N. Y. Feeling no 
pain, by Hoff. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184383. 6065 

Hogeboom (Amy) 6066, 6067 

Ann comes to New York. © Nov. 10, 1944; A 

184204; Lothrop, Lee & Shepard co., New York. 

Dogs and how to draw them. © Oct. 18, 1944; 

A 183726; Vanguard press, inc., New York. 

Hoke (Helen) 6068, 6069 

Doctor, the puppy who learned. © Sept. 15, 1944; 

A 183778. 
Shep and the baby. © Sept. 15, 1944; A 183779. 
© Julian Messner, inc., New York. 

Holliston (Carol) Bride wore overalls. © Oct. 2, 
1944; A 183872; Gramercy pub. co., New York. 

6070 

Holt (Tex) pseud. Trouble at Dougle Triangle. © 
Aug. 17, 1944; A 184359; Arcadia house, inc., 
New York. 6071 



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Hope (Hazel) Little star of Mexico. © Nov. 15, 
1944; A 184256; Bruce Humphries, inc., Boston. 

6072 

Hopkins (Arthur W.)* West Swanzey, N. H. Pep, 
pills and politics. © Sept. 20, 1944; A 183690. 

6073 

Hopkins (B. S.) Chemistry and you. [By] B. S. 
Hopkins, H. R. Smith, R. E. Davis [and others] 
© Sept. 11, 1944; A 183946; Lyons & Carnahan, 
Chicago. 6074 

Howard (George P.) Religious liberty in Latin 
America. © Oct. 16, 1944; A 184332; Westmin- 
ster press, Philadelphia. 6075 

Howard (Guy) Walkin' preacher of the Ozarks. 
[lsted.] © Nov. 8, 1944; A 184142; Harper & 
bros., New York. 6076 



Howie (Edith)* Sioux Falls, S. 
© Nov. 17, 1944; A 184317. 



D. Cry murder. 
6077 



[Hudson (Paul M.)]* Vallejo, Calif. Oriental health 
remedies, by Paul M. Kourennoff [pseud.] © 
May 8, 1944; A 183105. 6078 

Humphries (Adelaide) Then came romance. ©Sept. 
20, 1944; A 184357; Arcadia house, inc., New 
York. 6079 

Humphries (Rolfe) Summer landscape. © Sept. 18, 
1944; A 183824; Charles Scribner's sons, New 
York. 6080 

Hunt (Marigold) Life of Our Lord for children. © 
Sept. 20, 1944; A 183734; Sheed & Ward, inc., 
New York. 6081 

Hunt (William) & co., Federal, inc., U. S. A. Re- 
view of pre-war merchant shipping in Far east- 
ern waters, by W. Hunt & co., Federal, inc., U.S. 
A., in association with China corp. © Nov. 15, 
1944; A 184311; China Corp., New York. 6082 

Huszar (George B. de) New perspectives on peace. 
© Nov. 6, 1944; A 184339; University of Chicago, 
Chicago. 6083 

Idell (Albert E.) Bridge to Brooklyn. © Nov. 6, 
1944; A 184119; Henry Holt & co., inc., New 
York. 6084 

Illustrated London news. v. 205. 6085-6087 

No. 5503, Oct. 7, 1944. © 1 c.Nov. 3, 1944, A ad 

int. 28541; pubd. Oct. 7. 
No. 5504, Oct. 14, 1944. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1944; 

A ad int. 28565; pubd. Oct. 14. 
No. 5505, Oct. 21, 1944. © 1 c. Nov. 24, 1944; 

A ad int. 28579; pubd. Oct. 21. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New York. 

Infield (Henrik F.)* New York. Cooperative liv- 
ing in Palestine. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 183775. 



Jackson (Elizabeth) Faith and fire within us. © Oct. 
16, 1944; A 183810; University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis. 6089 

Jackson (Joseph Henry)* New York. Continent's 
end. © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184271. 6090 



Jacobs (Emma Atkins) Secret spring. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 30, 1944; A 183928; John C. Winston co., 
Philadelphia. 6091 

Jaffe (Bernard)* Brooklyn. Men of science in 
America. © Oct. 13, 1944; A 183927. 6092 

Janta (Alexander) I lied to live. © Nov. 20, 1944; 
A 184400; Roy publishers, a. n., New York. 



Jaques (Florence Page) Snowshoe country. © Oct. 
23, 1944; A 183993; University of Minnesota, 
Minneapolis. 6094 

Jarden (Richards) Flying marquis. © Oct. 20, 1944; 
A 183745; Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 

6095 

Joesten (Joachim)* Elmhurst, L. I., N. Y. What 
Russia wants. © Feb. 25, 1944; A 183792. 

6096 

Johnsen (Julia E.) comp . Lowering the voting age. 
© Oct. 20, 1944; N A 183836; H. W. Wilson co., 
New York. 6097 

Johnshoy (J. Walter) tr_. Apaurak in Alaska. Trans- 
lated and compiled from the records of the Rev- 
erend T. L. Brevig, pioneer missionary to the 
Eskimos of Alaska. © Nov. 1, 1944; A 184270; 
Dorrance & co., inc., Philadelphia. 6098 

Johnson (Burges) As much as I dare. © Nov. 3, 
1944; A 184074; Ives Washburn, inc., New York. 

6099 

Johnson (J. Glover) Highroads of the universe. © 
Oct. 30, 1944; A 184009; Charles Scribner's 
sons, New York. 6100 

Johnson (Joseph French) 'Business and the man, by 
J. F. Johnson. [Revised by Redford K. Johnson] 
© July 14, 1944; A 184399; Alexander Hamilton 
institute, inc., New York. 6101 

Johnson (Robert Wood)* Princeton, N. J. But, 
General Johnson— © Oct. 23, 1944; A 183720. 

6102 

Johnson (Torrey) Reaching youth for Christ, by T. 
Johnson and Robert Cook. © Oct. 20, 1944; 
A 183965; Moody Bible institute of Chicago. 
Chicago. 6103 

Johnson (Walter) Battle against isolation. © Oct. 
23, 1944; A 183694; University of Chicago, Chi- 
cago. 6104 

Jones (Frederick* L.) ed. Letters of Mary W. Shel- 
ley, v. 1, 2. [1st ed.] © Oct. 18, 1944; A 184167; 
University of Oklahoma press, Norman, Okl. 

6105 

Jordan (Peter)* London. Central union of Europe. 
[1st ed.} © Sept. 21, 1944; A 183885. 6106 

Judson (Harry H.)* Brooklyn & Brown (James M.)* 
Oak Ridge, Tenn. Occupational accident pre- 
vention. © Nov. 10, 1944, A 184279. 6107 

Kalashnikoff (Nicholas) Jumper, the life of a Si- 
berian horse. © Oct. 9, 1944; A 183829; Charles 
Scribner's sons, New York. 6108 



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Supreme court. Reports of cases argued 
and determined, v. 157. © Oct. 23, 1944; A 
183777; Schuyler W. Jackson, official reporter, for 
the use & benefit of the state of Kansas, Topeka, 
Kan. 6109 

Kavanagh (Denis J.) tr. Answer to skeptics. © Mar. 
1, 1944; A 184205; Cosmopolitan science & art 
service co., inc., New York. 6110 

Keating (Lawrence A.)* Milwaukee. Men in aprons. 
© Oct. 24, 1944; A 184073. 6111 

Keller (Alexander G.) comp . Manual of the biochem- 
ical laboratories of the Graduate hospital, Univer- 
sity of Pennsylvania. © Feb. 7, 1944; A 183729; 
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. 

6112 

Kelly (Charles E.) & Martin (Pete)* Philadelphia. 
One man's war. [1st ed.] © Sept. 18, 1944; 
A 183799. 6113 

Kemp (Louis Wiltz)* Houston. Signers of the Texas 
declaration of independence. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
A 184262. 6114 

Kennedy (James W.) Haven house for the once born. 
© Oct. 13, 1944; A 184088; John Knox press, Rich- 
mond. 6115 

Kenyon (Theda)* Hempstead, L. I., N. Y. Black 
dawn. © Oct. 14, 1944; A 183841. 6116 

Kernan (Thomas)* New York. Now with the Morn- 
ing star. © Oct. 9, 1944; A 184038. 6117 

Kerr (Hugh Thomson) Christian sacraments. © 
Oct. 16, 1944; A 183956; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 6118 

Ketchum (Roland) Improving your vocabulary and 
spelling. [By] R. Ketchum [and] Jay E. Greene. 
© Sept. 1, 1944, A 184169; Noble & Noble, pub- 
lishers, inc., New York. 6119 

Kimbrough (Emily) How dear to my heart. © Nov. 
14, 1944; A 184369; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 6120 

Kinsley (Philip) Liberty and the press. © Nov. 13, 
1944; A 184333; Tribune co., Chicago. 6121 

Kirk (David L.) Wise and otherwise. © Nov. 15, 
1944; A 184292; Chapman & Grimes, inc., Boston. 

6122 

Knight (Clifford) Affair of the dead stranger. © 
Oct. 24, 1944; A 183784; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., 
New York. 6123 

Knight (William Allen) Our Bethlehem guests. © 
Nov. 10, 1944; A 184422; W. A. Wilde co., Bos- 
ton. 6124 

[Knowlton (Edward R.)]* Rockport, Mass. With 
intent to destroy [By] Kerk Rogers. © Oct. 24, 
1944; A 184071. 6125 

Korstian (Clarence F.) Forestry on private lands 
in the United States. © Aug. 25, 1944, A 184076; 
Duke univ., Durham, N. C. ' 6126 



Kothe (O. W.) Duct construction. © Nov. 14, 1944; 
A 184329; Sheet metal publication co.,New York. 

6127 

Kreupp (W.) Extraordinary professor. © Nov; 15, 
1944; A 184319; Colt press, Paterson. 6128 

Krutch (Joseph Wood) Samuel Johnson. © Nov. 14, 
1944; A 184348; Henry Holt & co., inc., New York. 

6129 

Kuhlig (Verna K.) comp . Spiritualist lyceum man- 
ual. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 184290; Natl, spiritual- 
ist assn. of the United States of America, Wash- 
ington. 6130 

Kuhns (Frederick) Congregational church of Three 
Oaks, 1844-1944, by F. Kuhns and Frederic 
Chamberlain. © Sept. 23, 1944; A 183738; Ed- 
ward K. Warren foundation, Three Oaks, Mich. 

6131 

Lackey (W. E.)* Mount Dora, Fla. Common man 
speaks. © Aug. 11, 1944; A 184161. 6132 

Lahne (Herbert J.)* New York. Cotton mill worker. 
© Oct. 26, 1944; A 183795. 6133 

Laing (Alexander) Sea Witch. © Oct. 26, 1944; 
A 183796; Murray Hill books, inc., New York. 

6134 

La Londe (Leona M.) Belgium was my home. © 
Oct. 28, 1944; A 184057; Binfords & Mort, Port- 
land, Or. 6135 

Lambert (Clara) School's out. [By] C. Lambert and 
other staff members. [1st ed.] © Oct. 25, 1944; 
A 184133; Play schools assn., inc., New York. 

6136 

Landis (Walter S.) Your servant the molecule. © 
Oct. 24, 1944; A 183681; Macmillan co., New 
York. 6137 

Lanks (Herbert C.) Highway to Alaska. © Nov. 20, 
1944; A 184387; D. Appleton-Century co., Inc., 
New York. 6138 

Lansing (Elisabeth H.)* Providence. NancvNaylor, 
flight nurse. © Oct. 10, 1944; A 184067.' 6139 

Lasher (Willard K.) How you can get a better job, 
by W. K. Lasher and Edward A. Richards. © 
Nov. 8, 1944; A 184098; Amer. technical soc, 
Chicago. 6140 

Laverty (Maura)* Dublin, Ireland. No more than 
human. [1st ed.] © Nov. 15, 1944; A 184248. 

6141 

Lavine (A. Lincoln) Business law for everyday use, 
by A. L. Lavine [and] Morris Mandel. © Nov. 
10, 1944; A 184241; John C. Winston co., Phila- 
delphia. 6142 

Lawrence (Catherine) Narrowing wind. © Oct. 24, 
1944; A 183787; Dodd, Mead & co., inc., New 
York. 6143 

Lazarsfeld (Paul F.) & Stanton (Frank N.)* New 
York. Radio research, 1942-1943. © Apr. 20, 
1944; A 183857. 6144 



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Lea (A. P.)* Waterville, la. Rosenius devotions. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; A 184378. 6145 

Leaf (Munro)* Old Greenwich, Conn. Gordon, the 
goat. [1st ed.] © Nov. 3, 1944; A 184234. 6146 

Leckliter (Grace D.)* Columbus, O. Spring is to- 
morrow. © Nov. 1, 1944; A 184287. 6147 

Leech (Thirma) Ha-ha farm, by T. Leech and 
Carlyle Leech. © Oct. 28, 1944; A 184380; Her- 
bert Carlyle Leech, New York. 6148 

[Lehrburger(Egon)]* London. Inventors* cavalcade, 
by Egon Larsen [pseud. Translated by E.W. 
Dickes] © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1944; A ad int. 28528; 
pubd. Dec. 10, 1943. 6149 

Leithold (Esther Moreland)* Woodland, Calif. And 
this is our heritage. © Oct. 3, 1944; A 183822. 

6150 

Lemkin (Raphael) Axis rule in occupied Europe. 
© Nov. 15, 1944; A 184326; Carnegie endowment 
for internatl. peace, Washington. 6151 

Lenski (Lois)* Torrington, Conn. Let's play house. 
© Nov. 2, 1944; A 183991. 6152 

Lent (Henry B.) Seabee. © Nov. 21, 1944; A 184404; 
Macmillan co., New York. 6153 

Lessner (Erwin)* New York. Phantom victory; the 
Fourth reich, 1945-1 960, by E. Lessner. [Trans- 
lated by Norbert Gutermanj © Oct. 6, 1944; 
A 183711. 6154 

Levy (Hyman) Elementary statistics, by H. Levy 
and E. E. Preidel. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1944; A ad 
int. 28557; pubd.'Sept. 15; Thomas Nelson & sons, 
New York. 6155 

Levy (Rosalie Marie) comp. 6156-6162 

Heart talks with Jesus. 1st, 3rd, 5th series. © 

Oct. 27, 1944; A 183769-183772. 
Heart talks with Mary. lst,2d series. ©Oct. 

25, 1944; A 183718, 183719. 
Stepping stones to sanctity. © Nov. 14, 1944; 

A 184215. 
© Catholic book pub. co., New York. 

Lindsay (Arthur A.)* Detroit. Daily life psychology. 
© Nov. 15, 1944; A 184331. 6163 

Linklater (Eric)* Merkister, Dounby, Orkney, Scot- 
land. Wind on the moon. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1944; 
A ad int. 28556; pubd. Nov. 1. 6164 

Lippincott (Joseph Wharton)* Bethayers, Pa. 
Wilderness champion. [1st ed.] © Oct. 23, 1944; 
A 183708. 6165 

Lipton (Lawrence)* Santa Monica, Calif. In secret 
battle. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183687. 6166 

Liptzin (Solomon) Germany's stepchildren. © Oct. 
20, 1944; A 183739; Jewish publication soc. of 
America, Philadelphia. 6167 

Livingstone (Richard) Plato and modern education. 
© Oct. 31, 1944; A 183896; Macmillan co., New 
York. 6168 



Logan (Louise) Nurse Merton in the Pacific. © 
Aug. 17, 1944; A 184360; Arcadia house, inc., 
New York. 6169 

Lorac (E. C. R.)* New York. Checkmate to mur- 
der. © July 17, 1944; A 184354. 6170 

Louisiana. Supreme court. Louisiana reports. 
v.205. ©Oct. 23, 1944; A 184042; West pub. co., 
St. Paul. 6171 

Lowrey (Janette Sebring)* San Antonio. 6172, 6173 
In the morning of the world. [1st ed,] © Nov. 

8, 1944; A 184139. 
Lavender cat. [1st ed.] © Nov. 8, 1944; A 
184145. 

Lund (Helga) Blondie and Dagwood. © Oct. 23, 
1944; A 184077; Smith & Durrell, New York. 

6174 

Lynde (H. H.) Remember Matt Boyer. © Oct. z5, 
1944; A 183761; Crown publishers, New York. 

6175 

Lyon (Hastings)* Amherst, Mass. Living on the 
public debt. © Nov. 13, 1944; A 184288. 6176 

Maass(Edgar) Dream of Philip H. [1st ed.] ©Oct. 
4, 1944; A 184028; Bobbs-Merrill co., Indianapo- 
lis. 6177 

McAllister (Anna Shannon) Flame in the wilderness. 
© Nov. 8, 1944; A 184115; Sisters of the Holy 
Cross, Holy Cross, Ind. 6178 

[McCloskey (Richard Gordon)] R. O, T. C. manual. 
Infantry. 1st and 2d year basic, v. 1, 2. [By 
R. G. McCloskey, and others] © Oct. 3, 1944; 
A 184047; Military service pub. co., Harrisburg, 
Pa. 6179 

McConkie (Oscar W.) The Holy Ghost. [1st ed.] 
© Oct. 6, 1944; A 184350; Deseret book co., 
Salt Lake City. 6180 

McCracken (Russell) Elegant elephant. © Nov. 1, 
1944; A 183998; Container corp. of America, 
Chicago. 6181 



McCr<vy (John R.) & Scherman (David E.)* New 
York. First of the many. © Oct. 17, 1944; 
A 184004. 6182 



Macdonald (Zillah K.) Flower of the fortress. © 
Oct. 2, 1944; A 183970; Westminster press, 
Philadelphia. 6183 

Mace (Ellis C.)* I roctorville, O. River steamboats 
and steamboat men. © Aug. 15, 1944; A 184164. 

6184 

McFarland (George Bradley) Thai-English diction- 
ary. © Sept. 22, 1944; A 184187; Bertha Blount 
McFarland, San Francisco. 6185 

McFarland (J. Horace) Eagles Mere and the Sulli- 
van Highlands, by J. H. McFarlaad and Robert 
B. McFarland. © Oct. 20, 1944; A 183992; J. 
Horace McFarland co., Harrisburg, Pa. 618?. 



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MacGaheran (Joseph) Advertising campaigns, by J. 
MacGaheran, in collaboration with Mac Martin. 
© Oct. 26, 1944; A 183905; Alexander Hamilton 
institute, inc., New York. 6187 

[McGrath (Joan Rosita)]* London. Gypsy, in the 
sun, by Rosita Forbes [pseud. 1st ed.] © Oct. 
18, 1944; A 184062. 6188 

Mcintosh (John Ranton)* Saskatoon, Canada. Learn- 
ing by exposure to wrong forms in grammar and 
spelling. © Nov. 2, 1944; A 184017. . 6189 



MacMillan (William)* Quebec. 
Nov. 17, 1944; A 184318. 



Mystery ship. © 
6190 



McNamar (Myrtle) Gentle Ann. © Aug. 30, 1943; 
A 183839; Beacon publications, New York. 

6191 

McNaughton (Wayne L.) Employer -employee re- 
lations. © Nov. 1, 1944; A 184055; Golden state 
publishers, Los Angeles. 6192 

MacNeil (Neil) American peace. © Oct. 23, 1944; 
A 184008; Charles Scribner's sons, New York. 

6193 

Mahler (Raphael) Jaskole un Khsides in Galitsie in 
der ershter helft 19th jor-hundert. © Dec. 31, 
1942; A 184264; Yiddish scientific institute - 
Yivo, New York. 6194 

Malinowski (Bronislaw) Freedom and civilization. 
© Oct. 9, 1944; A 183816; Anna Valetta Malinow- 
ska, New York. 6195 



[Mallet (Charles Edward)]* London. Unrest in re- 
ligion,byErasmian [pseud.] © 1 c. June 19, 1944; 
A ad int. 28560; pubd. May 11. 619b 

Mann (Heinrich) * Los Angeles. Small town tyrant, 
by H. Mann. [Translated by Agnes Piatt] © 
Apr. 19, 1944; A 183909. 6197 



Mardikian (George)* San Francisco. Dinner at 
Omar Khayyam's. © Nov. 13, 1944; A 184240. 



Mary Josephine, sister. Peace grows in my garden. 
© Nov. 3, 1944; A 184313; P. J. Kenedy & sons, 
New York. 6199 



Massie (Chris)* Wembley, England. 
© Oct. 23, 1944; A 184087. 



Love letters. 
6200 



Mayer (Charles F.) 6201, 6202 

For love or money. © Oct. 5, 1939; A 183938. 
Hoodoo, voodoo and bugaboo. © Oct. 5, 1939; 

A 183937. 
© Century feature syndicate, Dallas. 

Meier (Celia Schley)* Rockford, 111. Come with 
me. © Nov. 17, 1944; A 184344. 6203 

Melancjon (Alex)* Lockport, La. Carl. © Nov. 8, 
1944; A 184093. 6204 



Mellor (William B.) jr.,* Philadelphia. Sank same. 
© Oct. 27, 1944; A 183939. 6205 



Melvin (A. Gordon)* Bronxviile, N. Y. Teaching, 
a basic text in education. © Oct. 19, 1944; 
A 183696. 6206 

Mendenhall (C. E.) College physics. [By] C. E. 
Mendenhall, A. S. Eve, D. A. Keys [and] R. M. 
Sutton.* © Oct. 27, 1944; A 183964; D. C. Heath 
& co. ( Boston. 6207 

Merillat (Herbert L.)* New York. The island. © 
Oct. 31, 1944; A 184033. 6208 

Metcalfe (June M.)* Salt Lake City. Copper, the 
red metal. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 183867. 6209 

Meyer (A. C.) Travel search for beUs. © Apr. 5, 
1944; A 184174; Lightner pub. CO., Chicago. 

6210 



6211, 6212 
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Meyer (Dickey) 

How planes get there. [1st ed.] 

A 184140. 
Planes in action. [1st ed.] © Nov. 8, 1944; 

A 184138. 
© Harper & bros., New York. 

Meyer (Jerome S.)* New York. A B C of physics. 
© Nov. 15, 1944; A 184381. 6213 

Micaud (Charles A.) L'armee moderne. © Oct. 31, 
1944; A 184063; D. C. Heath & co., Boston. 

6214 

Michie co.,* Charlottesville, Va. Michie on banks 
and banking. Permanent ed. v. 7, rev. and en- 
larged. © Oct. 27, 1944; A 183859. 6215 

Michigan. Supreme court. Michigan reports, v. 
307. 1st ed. ©Nov. 11, 1944; A 184218; Herman 
H. Dignan, secretary of state for the state of 
Michigan^ Lansing, Mich. 6216 

Middleton (R. L.) Youth conquering for Christ. © 
Oct. 10, 1944; A 183967; Bro