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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



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 4 s 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS 
OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECH- 
NICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS; WORKS OF ART 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 4 

Nos. 1-52 

JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



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LTBRAEY OF OOJNKiKESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 190f 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 4 

Nos. 1-4 
JANUARY. l&OU 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1909 



TT T HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is ahbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full would read : Copyright by John P. H. 
Adams. Poison. Mont. Class H. XXc, no. 120477, Dec. 28, 1908; 2 copies received Dec. 28, 
190S. 



Adams (John P. H.), Poison, Mont. 

[1-7 

Discovery. — Dreaming. — Friends. — 
Hunting. — In repose.— Montana girl. — 
Watching. [7 photographs] 

(H 120477-1204S3, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Advertisers' tress, inc., Philadelphia, 

Pa. [8 

Shades of evening. (H 119693, Dec. 

15, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Agnew (Thos.) & sons. London, Eng- 
land. [9 
Pinkie (Miss Mary Moulton-Bar- 
rett) : by Sir Thos. Lawrence. (F. 
71222, Dec. 12. 1908.) 

Alaska - Yukon - Pacific exposition, 

Seattle. Wash. [10-66 

Alaska - Yukon - Pacific exposition. 

X 326-X 337. (H 11 9802-119813. Dec. 

16, 1908. ) 

(H 119830. 119831, Dec. 



(H 120151, 120152, 
of each. Dec. 22, 



1, 2 

17. 1908.) 

X 155. X 295. 

Dec. 21, 1908: 2 c 
1908.) 

X 39, X 71, X 84, X 121, X 122. 

X 187, X 193, X 194, X 196. X 238, 
X 240, X 247, X 252, X 264. X 296, 
X 320, X 352, X 353, X 355. X 356. 
(H 120301-120316, 120297-1 2030O. Dec. 
24. 1908.) 



(H 120435-120442, 
(H 121206-121210, 



X 357-X 304. 

Dec. 28, 1908.) 

X 368-X 372. 

Jan. 4, 1909.) 

X 380, X 382, X 383. ( H 121269- 

121271, Jan. 5, 1909 : 2 c. of each Jan. 
6, 1909.) 

X 373. X 385-X 388. ( H 1 21 354- 

121358, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Alder (Augustus E.), Boston. Mass. 

[67, 68 

Boston. Mass., First Free Baptist 
church. (H 121174, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Lynn, Mass.. Washington St. Bap- 
tist church. (H 121173, Jan. 2. 1909.) 



Aleshire (J. S.), Washington, D. C. 

[69-73 N 
[Military uniforms, 1902-1907] 19- 
23. (G 20389-20393, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Allen (C. D.), New York. N. Y. 

[74-85 
A wost i ii g fa lis. — B irches. — Fa vorite 
spot. — In the Palmaghatt. — Minnewas- 
ka drive. — Peterskill brook. — Rocky 
ford. — Stone bridge. — Sunny brook. — 
Table rock. — Upper Peterskill. — Wood- 
land path. [12 photographs] (H 
120959-120970, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Allen (Wm. A.), Andover, Mass. [86 
Audover. Mass.. Home of Dr. Smith. 
(F 71318, Dec. 15. 1908.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 

[87-116 

Armor of his ancestor. (F 71303, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Christmas is coming. (F 71516, Dec. 
21, 1909.) 

Foxy grandpa. (F 71300. Dec. 14, 
1 DOS. ) 

(F 71520, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71801, Dec. 28, 190S.) 

Going up! (F 72075, Jan. 5, 1909.) 
Happy Hooligan and Suzanne go not 

to the theater. (F 71305. Dec. 14, 

1908.) 

Happy Hooligan drinks to Suzanne. 

(F 72080, Jan. 5, 1909.) 
Happy Hooligan's triumph. (F 

71802, December 28, 1908.) 

Haw! Haw! (F 71803, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Is Boggs cheerful ? He is. ( F 71302, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71517, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Jimmy. (F 71301, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71518, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71806, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72078, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Katzenjammer kids bring sunshine. 

(F 71304, Dec. 14, 1908.) 



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117 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Moral : the Katzen jammer kids ought 
to be walloped. (F 71514, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

Oh, Winnie. (F 71299, Dec. 14, 
190S.) 

— (F 71519, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71S00, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 7207G, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

'Scuse me Mr. Johnson. (F 72077, 

Jan. 5, 1909.) 

That's who he is. (F 72081, Jan. 5, 

1909.) 

'Twas Happy Hooligan who brought 

the dill pickles. (F 71515, Dec. 21, 

1908.) 

What happened on Christmas to 

[Buster] ( F 71804, Dec. 28, 1908. ) 
Widow Perkins and her dog Violet. 

(F 71306, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71513, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71805, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72079, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

American - Journal - Examiner, New 

York, N. Y. [117-229 

African In Bad club. (F 71349, Dec. 

16, 1908.) 
And then he woke up. (F 71338, 

Dec. 15, 1908.) 

At the play. (F 71352, Dec. 16, 

1908.) 

Cat marooned up tree. (F 71374, 

Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Do you know this man. (F 71350, 

Dec. 16, 1908.) 

(F 71612, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71795, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71S96, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 72113, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Echoes of the big fight. (F 71816, 

Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Epidemic of nature faking. (F 

71691, Dec. 26, 1908.) 
Frog he would a-wooing go. (F 

71377, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Furoro transitoria. (F 72082, Jan. 

5, 1909.) 

Groucho, the monk. (F 71307, Dec. 

14, 1908.) 

(F 71399, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 720S5, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Hall room boys. (F 71218, Dec. 11, 

1908.) 

(F 71310, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71340, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

(F 71353, Dec. 16, 1908.) 



American- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
Hall room boys. (F 71376, Dec. 17, 

1908.) 

(F 71402, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71432, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71551, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

(F 71595, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

(F 71688, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71693, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71819, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

(F 71899, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 71929, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

(F 71960, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 71965, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72083, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

(F 72115, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

(F 72130, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Henpecko, the monk. (F 71234, 

Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71339, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

(F 71511, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71690, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71897, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 71966, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72004, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

(F 72117, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

How the ostrich fooled the hunter. 

(F 71219, Dec. 11, 1908.) 
Jiggers in search of a wife. (F 

71378, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

(F 71434, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71592, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

(F 71798, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71820, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Latest fad on Monopoly avenue. (F 

72084, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Louie. (F 71236, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71311, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

■ (F 71341, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

(F 71354, Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F 71692, Dec. 26, 

1908.) 

(F 72131, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Never again. (F 71217, Dec. 11, 

1908.) 

(F 71235, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71308, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71375, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

(F 71433, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71686, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71817, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

(F 71958, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

New cop gets instructions from chief. 

(F 72002, Jan. 4, 1909.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



243 



American- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
Oh, what's the use? (F 71237, Dec. 
12,1908.) 

Oo-h, see all the nice things I got! 
(F 716S6, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Peach of a dream. (F 71S98, Dec. 
30, 190S.) 

People's popular song bureau. (F 

71796, Dec. 28, 190S.) % 

Popular conundrums for the people. 
(F 71216, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71400, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71613, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Prominent runners pull off a Mara- 
thon. (F 71548, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

Queer things on Broadway. (F 
71550, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

Rhyrno the mouk. (F 71510, Dec. 
21, 190S.) 

(F 71962, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Righteous indignation of Congress. 
(F 71593, Dec. 23, 1908.) 
Rocked in the cradle of the deep. ( F. 

71797, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Socrates Jones, junior. F 71961. 

Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72005, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

(F 72086, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Sorrows of Satan. (F 71959, Jan. 

2, 1909.) 

Sporting news. (F 71309, Dec. 14, 

190S.) 

That's what they all say. (F 71594, 

Dec. 23, 1908.) 

(F 71614, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71927, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

(F 71963, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

This is too much. (F 71403, Dec. 

18, 1908.) 

(F 71435, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71512, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71552, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

(F 71596, Dec. 23, 190S.) 

(F 71615, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71689, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71694, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71799, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71818, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

(F 71900, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 71928, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

(F 71964, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Thousand and one nights. (F 71401, 

Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71509, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 72003, Jan. 4, 1909.) 



A mkr i CA-N- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
Tightwaddo, the monk. (F 71215, 

Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71351, Dec. 16, 1908.) 

(F 71549, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

(F 71616, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71930, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

(F 72133, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Way some things work out. (F 

72116, Jan. 6, 1909.) 
Who says justice is dead. (F 71695, 

Dec. 26, 1908.) 
Wouldn't it make you mad. (F 

72114, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

American mutoscope and biograph 
co., New York, N. Y. [230-237 

Chirstma s burglars. ( H 120042, Dec. 
17, 1908.) 

Curtain pole. (H 120977, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Helping hand. (H 120043, Dec. 17, 
1908.) 

Honor of thieves. (H. 120976, Jan. 
2, 1909.) 

Jones at the ball. (H 120041, Dec. 
17,1908.) 

Jones entertains. (H. 120835, Dec. 
30, 1908.) 

Maniac cook. (H 120836, Dec. 30, 
1908.) 

One touch of nature. (H 120834, 
Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Anders (O. G.), Philip, S. Dak. [238 
Family of South Dakota pets. (H. 
119692, Dec. 15, 1908. 

Anderson (Geo. P.), Lyle, Minn. [239 
Lyle, Minn., Looking south from 
Amund Olson, Cedar river. (H 120268 
Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Anderson (J. D.), Passaic, N. J. [240 
Hello Bill ! ( G 20430, Dec. 22, 1908 ; 
2 c. Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Anheuser-Busch brewing assn., St. 

Louis, Mo. [241 

Opera girl. ( G 20379, Dec. 12, 1908. ) 

Arms (F. C), Grand Ledge, Mich. 

[242 
Warner (Gov. Fred M.) (H 121240, 
Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Armstrong (Wm. P.), Washington, 
D. C. [243 

Brief History of life. ( G 20423, Dec. 
21, 1908.) 



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244 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Abnold (T. F.), Derry, N. H. . 1244 
Chester, N. H., Dale bros. mill and 
pond. (H 120972, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Abthub (James), New York, N. Y. 

[245-250 

Belle in buckskins. — Champion. — 
Dorothy. — Jane. — Memories. — Poppies. 
[6 prints] (F 71458-71463, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 
Ash (S. A.), Cody, Wyo. [251, 252 

Old timer. (H 120417, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

You don't look good to me. (H 
120416, Dec. 24, 190S.) 

Atlantic export co., New York, N. Y. 

[253 
Tug and barge. (H 120499, Dec. 
29, 1908.) 

Austin (Henry L.), Berlin, N. Y. 

[254 

Homeward bound. (H 121274, Jan. 
6, 1909.) 

Bailey (Arthur S.), Haverhill, Mass. 

[255 
West Newbury, Mass., Second Con- 
gregational church. (H 120112. Dec. 
21, 190S.) 

Bain (George Grantham), New York, 
N. Y. [256-275 

Bey (Kiazim Hussein). (H 121378, 
Jan. 8, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909. 

Campanini and Hammerstein. (H 
118123, Nov. 10, 1908: 2 c. Dec. 14, 
1908.) 

Carnegie (Mrs. A.). (H 117643, 
Oct. 30, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Carnegie (Andrew). (H 117642, 
Oct. 30, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Chanler (Lewis Stuyvesant). 1-3. 
(H 117336-117338, Oct. 22, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Dalmores (C). (H 117864, Nov. 4, 
190S; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Fuller (H. B.). (H 121294, Jan. 6, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Gorst (Miss). H 121380, Jan. 8, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Gorst (H. E.) (H 121379, Jan. 8, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Labia (Countess) (H 117866, Nov. 
4, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Labia (Countess) and Mme. Doria. 
(H 117867. Nov. 4, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 
190S.) 

(H 117932, Nov. 5, 1908: 2 c. 

Dec. 14, 1908.) 



Bain (George Grantham) — Cont'd. 

Lloyd (Sam) (H 121295, Jan. 6, 
1909. ) 

Mills (Ogden) house. 1, 2. (H 
121296, 121297, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Thompson ( R. M. ) 2, 3. ( H 121381, 
121382, Jan. 8, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Wickersham ( George W. ) ( H 120539, 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Bameohth & co., New York, N. Y. 

[276-290 
Answer please. — Does it strike 
you. — Don't keep me waiting. — I'm 
growing fond of you. — I'm waiting to 
hear from you. — I want you with 
me. — Kiss me till I die. — Meet me 
again as usual. — Sipping honey all day 
long. — Step in to see me. — Wall flow- 
ers. — When will I see you again. — 
When you feel naughty. — You'll be 
welcome. — You want someone to love 
you. [15 photographs] (H 120113- 
120127, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Barnes (A. H.),. Parkland, AVash. 

[291 
Oaks in early autumn. (H 120154, 
Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Barton (S. A.), Chamberlain, S. Dak. 

[292, 293 
South Dakota deer hunt 1, 2. (H 
120851, 120852, Dec. 31, 190S; 2 c. of 
each Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Barton & Spooner co., Cornwall-on- 

Hudson, N. Y. [294, 295 

Cobbeskill creek. (H 119542, Dec. 
11, 1908.) 

Dart's lake. (H 119543, Dec. 11, 
190S.) 

Beach (Henry M.), Remsen, N. Y. 

[296, 297 
Homer, N. Y., 1, 2. (H 120219, 
120220, Dec. 22, 1908: 2 c. of each 
Dec. 22, 1908.) 

Beck (Chas. R. R.), Thurmont, Md. 

[298 
Thurmont, Md., Hunting creek, gap. 
(H 119594, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Beggs (A. R.) co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[299 
Cupids symphony. (H 121194, Dec. 
17, 1908.) 

Bell (Lillian), Omaha. Nebr. [300 
Golden west. (H 119002. Nov. 30, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, TUTS, 
nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



AND PRINTS, ETC. 



420 



Benford-Bryan pub. co.. Denver, Colo. 

[301 
Kalamazoo. (F T0S61. Nov. 28, 
3 DOS: 2 c. Dec. 15, 190S.) 

Benjamin (Isaac), Cincinnati. [302 
Harmon (Governor-elect .7011800") 
(H 120434, Dec. 28, 190S.) 
Berdan pub. co.. New York. X. Y. 

[303-310 
Bachelor quarters. (F 71996. Jan. 
4. 1909.) 

Cozy corner decorations. — Dearest 
girl I know. — From him. — Home sweet 
home. — Mighty like a rose. — My 
fiiagrette. — Woman in the case. [7 
prints] (F 71291-71297, Dec. 14. 
190S.) 

Bien (Julius) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[311-348 
Blarny castle, County Cork. — Em- 
blems of Erin. — Erin go bragh. — Gold 
harp with shamrock. — Great emanci- 
pator. — High hat with stick and sham- 
rock. — Kathleen at the spring.— Lin- 
coln's boyhood log-cabin home. — Land 
of the shamrock green. — Meeting of 
the waters, Killarney. — Three children 
in oval frame and Irish flag. — Wash- 
ington at the battle of Trenton.— 
Washington crossing the Delaware. — 
Washington's camp at Valley Forge. — 
Washington's home at Mount Ver- 
non. (G. 20535-20549, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

[Easter cards] Checked background 
1-4. (G 20578-205S1, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Church interior 1-3. ( G 20575- 

20577, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Cross and rays. (G 20565- 

20570, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Egg boat 1-3 and blue egg. ( G 

20571-20574, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Gold background 1-6. (G 

20559-20564, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Binder (J. R.), Tidioute. Pa. 

[349-352 
Tidioute, Pa. 1-4. (H 119516- 
119519, Dec. 11, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 2, 
1908.) 

Blessing (J. Lynne), Salamanca, 

N. Y. [353 

Ah-wey-eyu. (H 120421, Dec, 28, 
1908.) 

Bohunek-Leindoerfer ( — ), New 
York, N. Y. [354-356 

Bienville [Jean Baptiste] (F 71622, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Iberville ( [Pierre le Moyne Sieur] 
d') (F 71621, Dec. 20. 1908.) 



Bomunek-Leindoebfer — Continued. 

La Salle (Robert Cavalier) (F 
71620, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Boston traveler, Boston, Mass. 

[357-362 

Hains (Mrs. Claudia Libbv) 4. (H 
119059, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

5-9. (H 120289-120293, Dec. 

24, 1908.) 

Bowdre (William H.), Watonga, 
Okla. [363 

Bowdre (Judge) marrying an In- 
dian couple. (F 72120, Dec. 1, 190S.) 

Bridle (H. D.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[364-370 
Park squirrel 1-7. (H 119711- 
119717, Dec. 15, 1.908.) 

Brown (Emma G.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[371 
Child's prayer. (F 71540, Dec. 22. 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Brown (Ernest). Manchester, N. H. 

[372 
Randall (Elder Benjamin) and 
Boody house, New Durham, N. H. (F 
71813, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Brown (Geo. C), Draper, S. Dak. 

[373-376 

Day dreams. — October morning. — 

Sioux chief. — Thoughts of Easter. 

[4 photographs] (H 120411, Dec. 28, 

1908; 2 c. of each Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Bruce (E. K.) jr., Thornburg, Iowa. 

[377-390 
Thornburg, Iowa, Bruce gold fishery. 
1-14. (H 119544-119557, Dec. 11, 
190S.) 

Buck (George V.), Washington, D. C. 

[391-395 
Arosemena (Mr. C. C). 1, 2. (H 
120935-120936, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Stellwagen (Mr. E. J.). 1-3. (H 
120937-120939, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Bullock (Joseph Munroe), Northfield, 

Vt. [396 

Plumley (Hon. Frank), M. C, of 

Northfield, Vt. (H 1 119508, Dec. 11, 

1908.) 

Bureau of national literature and 
art, Washington, D. C. [397-420 
Adams (John).— Adams (John 
Quincy ) . — Arthur ( Chester A. ) — Buch- 
anan (James). — Cleveland (Grover). — 
Fillmore (Millard).— Garfield (James 
A.)— Grant (U. S.).— Harrison (Ben- 



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121 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Bureau of National Literature and 

art — Continued, 
jamin).— Harrison (W. H.).— Hayes 
(R. B.) — Jackson (Andrew). — Jeffer- 
son (Thomas).— Johnson (Andrew). — 
Lincoln (Abraham).— McKinley (Wil- 
liam ) .—Madison ( James ) .—Monroe 
( James ) . — Pierce ( Franklin ) . — Polk 
(James K.).— Taylor (Zachary).— Ty- 
ler (John). — Van Buren (Martin). — 
Washington (George). [24 prints.] 
(E 69613-69636, Oct. 23, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Burpee (W. Atlee) & co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [421-423 
Burpee's best giant-fancy pansies. — 
Burpee's new dwarf-giant tomato. — 
Seymour's sweet-orange corn, etc. (F 
71204-71206, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Burrell (David T.), Brockton, Mass. 

[424 
Their first glimpse. ( H 120853, Dec. 
31, 1908.) 

Butcher ( S. D. ) & son, Kearney, Nebr. 

[425-428 

Hands up ! — Hello Jack. — Little 

Cheyenne. — Wild rose of the west. [4 

photographs] (H 119815-119818, Dec. 

16,1908.) 

Campbell art co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

[429-435 

Happy days. (F 71388, Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

Hear my dolly's prayer. With 
verses. (F 71391, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Without verses. ( F 71392, Dec. 

11, 1908.) 

Mending day. (F 71390, Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

Missionary's daughter, (F 71389, 
Dec. 11, 1908.) 

One of us must die. (F 71387, Dec. 
11, 1908.) 

Spring of life. (F 71393, Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

Carling (C B.), Yonkers, N. Y. [436 

Allison monument. (H 119463, Dec. 
10, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1908.) 
Center (A. P.), Brawley, Colo. [437 

Sunset in Imperial valley. (H 120984, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Chickering (Elmer), Boston, Mass. 

[438 

Rathsesky (A. C.) I. (H 120500, 
Dec. 29, 1908.) 
Childs (C. R.), Chicago, 111. [439 

Lewis institute. (H 120418 v Dec. 28, 
1908.) 



Class of 1911, U. S. N. A., Annapolis, I 
Md. [440 

Christmas greetings from the class 
of 1911, U. S. N. A. (F 71920, Dec. 
31, 1908.) 

Claudius (Henry F.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[441 
Universal savings bank. (G 20404, 
Dec. 7, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Cleaves (Charles H.), Rockport, 
Mass. [442 

Pigeon Cove, Mass., surf at An- 
drews point. (H 119801, Dec. 16, 
190S.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, 

D. C. [443^62 

Bernstorff (Count), German am- 
bassador. (H 120517, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Bernstorff (Countess) (H 120515, 
Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Bernstorff (Countess Alexandra) 
(H 120516, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Boardman (Miss Mabel) (H 

121217, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Davis (Mr. Arthur P.) (H 121218, 
Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Hengelmuller (Baroness) and 
daughter. (H 120519, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Knox (Mrs. Reed) H 120518, Dec. 
30, 1908.) 

Lagercrantz (Madame de) (H 

119675, Dec. 14, 1908.) 
Lagercrantz (Mile. Eva de) and 

Mile. Mary de Lagercrantz. (H 

119676, Dec. 14, 1908.) 
Lagercrantz (Mr. Herman de), 

new minister from Sweden. (H 
119674, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Lilluokolain (Queen) (H 119680, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Marshall (Miss Maitland) (H 

121215, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Mearns (Major E. A.), U. S. A. (H 
120130, Dec. 21, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1908.) 

Moltke (Countess) (H 119677, Dec. 
14, 1908.) 

O'Reilly (Surgeon General) (H 
119679, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Pound (Mrs. Geo. W.) of N. Y. (H 
120133, Dec. 21, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1908.) 

Russell (Miss Lucy Virginia) (H 

121216, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Von Meyer (Misses Julia and Alice) 
(H 120520, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Wedel (Count von) (H 120131, Dec. 
21, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1908.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC 
uos. 1 4, Jan., 1909 



546 



Blinedinst (B. M.) — Continued. 

Wedel (Countess von) (H 120132, 
Dec. 21, 1908: 2 c. Dec. 22, 190S.) 

Colby (James M.), Wausau, Wis. 

[463, 464 
Wausau, Wis., 1, 2. (H 119654, 
119655, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Cole (A. T.), Wheaton, 111. [465 

Advance guard. (F 71360, Dec. 17, 
1908.) 

Collier (Mrs. Iva Beulah), Chicago, 
111. [466 

Buck (Iva Beulah) (F 71346, Dec. 
16, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 8, 1908.) 

Colorado Springs masonic building 
society, Colorado Springs, Colo. 

[467-475 

Masonic temple. 1-9. (H 121181- 
321189, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Conard (F. P. & A. W.). LaCrosse, 
Kans. [476 

B. S. interior. (H 120040, Dec. 17, 
190S.) 
Coonley (P. L.), Chicago, 111. [477 

Decoration. 32. (G 20400, Dec. 11, 
190S.) 

Costello (James F.), Dorchester, 
Mass. [478 

Pictorial alphabet. (F 71284, Dec. 
14. 1908; 2 c. Dec. 3, 1908.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[479 

Oath of knighthood, by E. A. Abbey. 
(H 119458, Dec. 9, 1908.) 

Dannenburg (Geo.), New York, N. Y. 

[480 

Bullikens. (F 72064, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

de Longpre (Paul), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[481 
California poppies. (G 20406, Dec. 
18, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Denrich press. Chula Vista, Cal. 

[482 

Tia Juana express. (F 71793, Dec. 
2S, 1908.) 

Denver Post, Denver, Colo. [483-491 
Adventures of the little Post wantad. 

(F 71373, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

(F 71611, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71925, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

(F 72125, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Doc Bird in love. (F 72062, Jan. 5, 

1909.^ 



Denver Post — Continued. 
Doc Bird's courtship. (F 71538, 

Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71716, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Prospector. (F 72061, Jan. 5, 1909.) 
Stunts. (F 71285, Dec. 14, 1908.) , 

Detroit pub co., Detroit, Mich. 

[492-531 
Buffalo, N. Y. 1-3. (H 119577- 

119579, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Duluth, Minn., 1, 2. (H 119580, 
119581, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Holland morning ; George Hitchcock. 
(H 119819, Dec. 16, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
190S.) 

Lake George. N. Y., Fort William 
Henrv hotel. 1-10. (H 120460-120469, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Lake George from Fort William 

Henrv, A, B. (H 120470, 120471, Dec. 
28. 1908.) 

Livingstone channel 1-4. (H 121332- 
121335, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y. 1, 2. (H 119582, 
119583, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 1-14. (H 
119561-119574, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Rochester, N. Y., N. Y. State armory. 
(H 119576, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Washington, D. C, Connecticut 
boulevard bridge. (H 119575, Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

D'Hemecourt (Jules A.). New Or- 
leans, La. [532 
Bank of good cheer. (F 71322, Dec. 
15, 1908.) 

Dooner (R. T.), Philadelphia. Pa. 

[533-535 
McFall (Rt. Rev. James A.) 5044 
A-C. (H 119584-1195S6. Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

Doty (E. E.), Belding, Mich. [536 

Louise. (H 120833, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Downs (F. M.), Lincoln, Nebr. 

[537-539 
Lincoln, Nebr., Robbers caves, tun- 
nels 1-3. (H 120109-120111, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

Drucker & co.. New York, N. Y. 

[540-546 

Friars dinner to Oscar Hammerstein. 
(H 120063, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Luncheon in honor of the Rt. Hon. 
Lord Northcote. (H 119667. Dec. 14, 
1908. ) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



547 



1 

pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 I 



Drucker & co. — Continued. 

Ninth annual dinner of the National 
civic federation. 1, 2. (H 120061, 
120002, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

North Carolina society of New 
York. (H 119064-119666, Dec. 14, 
1908.) 

Eastman Kodak co.. Rochester, N. Y. 

[547 
All by daylight. ( H 119722, Dec. 16, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 9, 1908.) 

Eaton (Edward B.), Hartford, Conn. 

[548, 549 

Aiidersonville prison, Georgia, inte- 
rior in 1864. (F 71208, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Lincoln (Abraham). (F 71207, Dec. 
11,1908.) 

Edison manufacturing co., Orange, 
N. J. [550-593 

Ansel child, 1-4. (H 119660-119663. 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Cocoa industry, Trinidad, British 
West Indes, 1-5. (H 120046-120050, 
Dec. 17, 190S.) 

Lord Feathertop. 1-5. (H 121264- 
121268, Dec. 2, 1908. )* 

Lost New Year's dinner. 1-5. (PI 
120455-120459, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Persistent suitor. 1, 2. (H 120840, 
120841, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Street waif's Christmas. 1-6. (H 
120095-120100, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Turning over a new leaf. 1-6. (H 
120402-120407, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Under northern sKies. 1-4. (H 
121328-121331, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Unexpected Santa Claus. 1-7. (H 
120271-120277, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Eismann (Thkodok). New York, N. Y. 

[594-597 

Ain't it awful Mabel. (H 121193, 
Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Don't be so nosy. (H 121192, Jan. 4, 
1909.) 

I'm not afraid to go home in the 
dark. (H 121191, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Little change will do him good. (H 
123190, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Elson (A. W.) & co., Boston, Mass. 

[598-600 

Autumn; by Anton Mauve. (F 
71867, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1908.) 

Knitting lesson; by Jean Francois 
Millet. (F 71868, Dec. 30. 1908: 2 c. 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 



Elson (A. W.) & co. — Continued. 

London bridge; by Lester G. Horn- 
by. (F 71451. Dee. 19, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 
22, 1908.) 

English (H.). Wallace, Idaho. 

[601-605 

Approaching a tunnel. (H 121484, 
Jan. 11, 1909.; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Bridge 7 on the Milwaukee R. R. 
(H 119246, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Construction of Kelly creek viaduct. 
(H 120450, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Placing a girder. (H 120449, Dec. 
28, 1908.) 

Traveler (The) (H 120451, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Erskine (W. IL), Toledo, Ohio. 

[606, 607 
Asleep.— Awake. (H 120083,120082, 
Dec. 11, 1908; 1 e. of each Nov. 12, 
1908; 1 c. of each Nov. 23, 1908.) 

Fallows (Samuel), Chicago, 111. 

[608 
Ideal Christ; by Alden F. Brooks. 
(H 120102, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

F.ywcett (Waldon), Washington,. 
D. C. [609, 610 

National council of commerce. (H 
121337, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Taft (Wm. H.) and family. (H 
121336, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Fiduciary co., Chicago. 111. [611 

Fiduciary company border. ( F 71632, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Fleisher bro., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[612, 613 
Fleisher bros. Designs 1,2. (F 72092, 
72093, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Fleming (Tom), Hilton, N. J. [614 

Lincoln (Abraham), Gettysburg, 
1863. (F 71921, Dec. 31, 190S.) 

Fletcher (Donald), Tacoma, Wash. 

[615 
In 1910. (G 20463, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Floe (Easton), Blue Earth, Minn. 

[616-626 

Blue Earth, Minn. 1-3. (H 120845- 
120847, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Winnebago, Minn. 1-8. (II 120927- 
120934, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Fowler (Ambrose), New York, N. Y. 

[627-633 
Long Beach, L. I. 1-7. (H 120484- 
120490, Dec. 29, 1908.) 



10 



uos. 1-4, Jan. 



ENGRAVINGS, OUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
1909 



790 



Fkaxklin (H. H.) mfg. co., Syracuse, 

X. Y. [634 

Franklin automobiles. 1909. (G 

20(540, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Franklin novelty co.. New York, N. Y. 

[635-636 
Campaign puzzle. (F 70780, Nov. 24. 
1908.) 

Puzzles. (F 70673, Nov. 20, 1908.) 
2 c. of each Dec. 14, 1908. 

Frederickson co., Chicago, 111. [637 
Belle of Broadway. — Break of Day. — 
Celeste. — Constance. — Corner in ap- 
ples. — Departing day. — Desirable citi- 
zens. — Fidelity. — Fight for control. — 
First payment. — Gloria. — Lost trail. — 
Meet in colonial days. — Merry wid- 
ow.— Off Sandy Hook.— Old Faith- 
ful. — Peacemaker. — Play ball. — Pro- 
tection. — Safely guarded. — Strategist 
(The).— Then, now, and forever! — 
Valley of the Rio Virgen. — Winner 
(The) . — Wonderland. — Young stock- 
holder. [26 prints] (F 71470-71495, 
Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Autumn leaves. (F 71943. Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

'Mid rocks and reefs. (F 71561, Dec. 
23, 1908.) 

River road. (F 71944, Jan. 2, 1909.) 
Twilight. (F 71560, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Frink of Boston, art publisher, Bos- 
ton, Mass. [667-669 
Painting the town red. — If the wind 
don't blow vour way. — World is round. 
(F 72048-72050, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Ganter (H. C), Mammoth Cave, Ky. 

[670-677 

Mammoth Cave. 1, 2. (F 71223. 
71224. Dec. 12, 1908.) 

■ 1-6. (IL 119595-119600. Dec. 

12, 1908.) 

Garner (A. W.) & co., Drapersville, 

Va. [678 

Drapersville, Va., Salem M. E. 

Church. (F 71956, Jan. 2, 1909; 2 c. 

Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Gaut (Helen Lukens). Pasadena, 
Cal. [679 

Burdette (Robert). (H 120266, 
Dec. 22, 1908.) 

General electric co., Schenectady. 
X. Y. [680-694 

Gene and her friend using General 
electric heating and cooking devices. 
1-15. (H 120382-120396, Dec. 26. 
1908. ) 



Gerlach-Barklow co., Joliet, 111. 

[695-787 
After Waterloo. — Answering the 
midnight alarm. — Anxious moment. — 
Aristocrats. — Autumn in the Tyrol. — 
Beach forest, springtime. — Before the 
hunt.— Call of the west.— Call of the 
wild. — Captain of the nine. — Clear 
title. — Cool retreat. — Day in June. — 
Doris. — Dutch fishing boats. — Elea- 
nor. — English fishing village. — Evening 
song. — Fair worshipper. — Fireside rev- 
eries. — Flower of the ranch. — For 
milady. — Freshly gathered. — Gather- 
ing daisies. — Girl from the golden 
west. — Golden harvest. — Gray day> 
Holland. — Gull rocks. — Hallowe'en. — 
Hampshire cottage. — Highways and 
byways by motor. — His answer. — In 
the heart of the Rockies. — In the 
marshes. — Isabel. — Island princess. — 
June rose. — Leaving port. — Lincoln 
(Abraham). — Lincoln in '61. — Little 
mimic. — Little mother. — Lois. — Mal- 
lards. — Marion. — Merry Christmas. — 
Mrs. Murry's strategy. — Monarch of the 
farmyard. — Moonlight. — Moonlight on 
the old canal. — Nature's awakening. — 
Of gentle birth.— Off the Xew England 
coast. — Peaceful valley. — Raising the 
first American flag. — Ready for the 
day's w T ork. — Reverie. — Rosalie. — Sen- 
tinel. — Sisters. — Tender memories. — 
Twilight. — Under the mistletoe. — ■ 
Viola. — Violet. — Virginia home in 
summer.— When the corn is in the 
shock. — Where might is right. — Young 
naturalist. [69 chromos.] (G 20466- 
20534, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Angler. — Bass fishing. — Before tne 
opera. — Crossing the Big Horn. — 
Diana. — Duck shooting. — Foraging. — 
Fore. — Frosty morning. — Harvest 
time. — Holly. — In the X T orthern 
woods. — In the park. — June. — Love 
all. — Moose hunting. — Motor girl. — On 
guard. — Open season. — Ready for a 
canter. — Snipe shooting. — Thanksgiv- 
ing dinner. — Trout fishing. — Unex- 
pected feast. [24 chromos] ( G 20801- 
20624, Dec. 31. 1908 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
2, 1909.) 

Gilman (Myron A.). Westfield, Mass. 

[788, 789 

One minute clip. (F 71588, Dec. 19, 
1908.) 

Two minutes clip. (F 71589, Dec. 
19. 1908.) 

Gokdon (P. D.), Griswold, Iowa. [790 
Griswold. Iowa. (H 119509. Dec. 11, 
1908.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



791 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Gorman (C. H.), Eureka, Nev. 

[791-796 

Discoverers of the Windfall mine in 
1907. (H 119668, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Eureka, Nev., in 190S. (H 119669, 
Dec. 14, 190S.) 

Prospect, Nev., 1907. (H 119672, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Ruby Hill, Nev. 1, £ (H 119670, 
119671, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Windfall mine, 1908. (H 119673, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Gotham lithographic co., New York, 
N. Y. [797-799 

Banner girl. — Dainty. — Veil girl. [3 
chroinos.] (G 20386-20388, Dec. 14, 
1908.) 

Gowdy (Albert G.), Grand Rapids, 
Mich. [800 

Paternal refuge. (H 120379, Dec. 
26, 1908.) 

Graves (Carleton H.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [801-810 

Calling the bull moose. 3860.— 
Enough for one day, surely. 3864. — 
He's my venison. 3862. — I've got him. 
3861.— Mt. Abu, Dilwarra, India, inte- 
rior of Jain temple. 9502. — Ohio so- 
ciety of Phila. Banquet to Hon. Wm. 
Taft, 5677.— Taj Mahal, most beautiful 
budding in the world, India. 9501. — 
Towing a carcass down stream. 
3S63.— Tragedy in 'the forest. 3859.— 
200 lb. man supported by a lily leaf. 
4758. (H 120854-120863, Dec. 31, 
1908.) 

Gray lithograph co., New York, N. Y. 

[811, 812 
Gladys. ( G 20464, Dec. 26, 1908. ) 
Happy family. (G 20459, Dec. 24, 

1908; 2 c. Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Griffith & Griffith, Philadelphia. 
Pa. [813-830 

Hardened lava erupted from Mt. 
Fuji, Japan. 1682. — Jinrikishas under 
the cherry blossoms, Japan. 1684. — 
Kamnkura, Japan, the large bronze 
Buddha. 1683.— Lake Motosu and Mt. 
Fuji, Japan, 1680.— Mt. Fuji, Japan. 
1679, 16S1.— Plover rock, Matsushima. 
1686. — Silk weaving by hand loom, 
Japan. 1685.— Splendid srot. 465S.— 
Taft (Judge W. H.) 1-3.— This shot 
brought him down. 4609. — Tokyo, 
Japan. 1688, 1687, 1633.— Yokohama, 
Japan. 1511,1501. ( H 120175-120192, 
Dec. 22, 1908.) 



Grondal (Bror Gtjstof), Lindsborg, 
Kans. [831-836 

Bolagshuset . . . three miles north- 
west of Lindsborg, Kans. 

Last dugout in the Smoky valley, 
Exterior. 

Interior. 

Office of Justice Holmberg in Svea- 
dahl. 

Oldest residence in McPherson co. 

Sveadahl. First court-house in Mc- 
Pherson co. 

(H 121387-121392, Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Grtjmley (Fred C), Chicago, 111. [837 
Grumley's brotherhood of railroad 
trainmen photo chart. (F 71319, Nov. 
16, 1908; 2 c. Nov. 25, 1908.)* 

Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[838-843 

Blufunk. (F 71209, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Eleven o'clock at the Elk's home. 
(F 71682, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

See what I caught. (F 71684, Dec. 
26, 1908.) 

Three weaks. (F 71683, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Venetian view. (F 71685, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Who wouldn't love an Odd Fellow. 
(F 71875, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Gtjtekttnst (F.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[844 
Hendrix (Bishop Eugene Russell). 
(H 120288, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[845-863 

Bird's-eye view from Lookout mt., 
Chattanooga, Tenn. (H 121211, Jan. 
4, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Chattanooga, Tenn. (H 121212, Jan. 
4, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Chickamauga park. 1,2. (PI 121373, 
121374, Dec. 30, 190S ; 2 c. of each Dec. 
29, 1908.) 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Bullock co's plant 
(H 120153, Dec. 21, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
190S.) 

Lookout mountain. 1-3. (H 121368- 
121370, Dec. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 
29, 1908.) 

Missionary ridge. 1, 2. (H 121371, 
121372, Dec. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 
29, 1908.) 

Nashville, Tenn., Parthenon. (H 
121213, Jan. 4, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1909.) 



12 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



928. 



Haines photo co. — Continued. 

Orchard knob. 1-6. (H 121362- 
121367, Dec. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 
29, 190S. 

Rossville, Ga., Iowa monument. 10 
by 21. (H 121375, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 29, 190S.) 

Vanderbilt University. (H 121214, 
Jan. 4, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Hall (D. B.), La Conner, Wash. 

[864-870 
Mount Baker, 4-8, 10, 13. (H 
120212-120218, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

Hammock (C. S.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[871 
Tioga prints. (F 72128, Jan. 7, 
1909.) 

Hanson (C. H.) & co., inc., Lowell, 

Mass. [872 

Just arrived. (F 71994, Jan. 4, 
1909.) 

Hardy (G.), Boston, Mass. [873, 874 
Altogether thine. ( F 70802, Nov. 25, 

1908.) 
Peter Pan. (F 70801, Nov. 25, 

1908.) 

2 c of each Dec. 3, 1908. 

Hare (Mrs. Alice), Santa Clara, Cal. 

[875-879 
Entrance to the Redwoods. — Haci- 
enda. — Nature's delicate tracery. — On 
the border of the pines. — Sun dappled 
way. [5 photographs] (H 120397- 
120401, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Hare (Geo. J.), Buffalo, N. Y [880 
Packing the last bag. (H 120146, 
Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Harper (Floyd V.), Newark, N. J. 

[881, 8S2 

At the anvil. (H 120948, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

At the forge. (H 120949, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Harris (Isaac), Boston, Mass. 

[883-891 
Children of the north. — Happy Nor- 
wegian family. — Home in the north. — 
Interior of the old Fantof church. — 
Market day in the far north. — Old 
spinning wheel. — Playing forty-fives. — 
Pride of Bride's glen. — Quietude in 
Norway. [9 photographs.] (H 119682- 
119690, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Harris & Ewing, Washington, D. C. 

[892 
Roosevelt (Ethel). (H 120265, Dec. 
22. 1908.) 



Harrison & Harris studio, Knoxville, 
Tenn. [893 

Indian maiden. (H 120618, Dec. 30, 
1908.) 

Hartmann (Ernest F.), Rutherford, 
N. J. [894 

Family tree of coal tar. (G 20409, 
Nov. 20, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, Mo. 

[895-903 

Corn dance. (H 120163, Dec. 22, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Grand canyon, South wall. (H 
121263, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Old men singing. (H 120164, Dee, 
22, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Santo Domingo. 1-5. (H 120166- 
120170, Dec. 22, 1908; 2 c. of each 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Santo Domingo buck. (H 120165, 
Dec. 22, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Hayes lithographing co., Buffalo, 
N. Y. [904-908 

Boston terriers. — Cherries. — Expect- 
ancy. — Tennis girl. [4 chromos] (G 
20582-20585, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Iroqouis maid. (H 120848, Dec. 18, 
1908.) 

Heidell (Lafayette), Rochester, N. Y. 

[909 
It's all in the bait. (H 120059, Dec. 
18, 1908.) 

Hickman (R.), Ames, Colo. [910-912 
Silverton range. (H 121343, Jan. 7, 

1909.) 
Ophir loop, Colo. (H 121344, Jan. 7, 

1909.) 

Silverton trail. (H 121342, Jan. 7, 

1909.) 

Hill (Harry E.), Fort Pierce, Fla. 

[913 
Typical Florida. (H 119814, Dec. 
16, 1908.) 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. [914-928 
A no 1. (F 68673, Sept. 19, 1908.) 
Babbling brook. (F 68674, Sept. 19, 

1908.) 
Country life for mine. (F 68676, 

Sept. 19, 1908.) 

Fishing smack. (F 68679, Sept. 19, 

1908.) 

Guess again. (F 69567, Oct. 21, 

1908.) 

Hauling over the coals. (F 68680, 

Sept. 19, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 1 



Hill (R.) — Continued. 

Just yon and me. (F 68682, Sept. 
19, 1908.) 

My pet. (F 69508, Oct. 21, 1908.) 

Old faithful. (F 69566. Oct. 21. 
1908.) 

Pick of the herd. (F 68685. Sept. 
19, 1908.) 

Pride of the farm. (F 69565, Oct. 
21, 190S.) 

Pride of the household. (F 69569, 
Oct. 21, 190S.) 

Three of a kind heat two pair. (F 
68688. Sept. 19, 1908.) 

Up-to-date. (F 69564. Oct. 21, 
1908.) 

You'll never miss your mother till 
she's gone. (F 68690, Sept. 19. 190S.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 9, 1909. 

Hintebmeister (J. Hy. ) y Brooklyn. 
X. Y. [929-931 

Autogirl (The) (H 120838. Dec. 
30, 1908.) 

Cover design for magazine. (H 
I20S39, Dec. 30, 190S.) 

Smoker (The) (H 120837, Dec. 30. 
190S. ) 

Hirschhekg (Carl), Buffalo. X. Y. 

[932 
Sitting up for Santa Clans. (F 
71465, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Holland (W. J.), Pittsburg, Pa. 

[933-940 
Daphoenus felinus. — Dinohyus hol- 
landi. — Group of proinerycochcerus 
carrikeri. — Mesohippus bairdi.— Oxy- 
dactylus longipes. — Promerycocherus 
carrikeri. — Triceratops brevicornus. — 
Trigonias osborni. [8 photographs.] 
(H 119822-119829, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Hollis (W. D.), Chicago, 111. 

[941-945 
Apple blossom scroll. (F 71 $54. 
Dec. 26, 190S.) 

Chrysanthemum. iF 71850, Dec. 
26, 1908.) 

Hamlet scroll. (F 71853, Dec. 26. 
3908.) 

Home and office scroll. (F 71 852, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Tablet scroll. (F 71851, Dec. 26. 
1908.) 

Hood (H. P.) & sons, Charlestown. 
Mass. [946, 947 

Everybody's friend. (H 121195. 
Jan. 4, 1908.) 



Hood (H. P.) & sons — Continued. 

Gretchen and Max. (H 121196, Jan. ] 
4. 1909.) 

I 
Houser (S. P.). Rutherfordton. X. C. 

[948-952 

Chimney rock. X. C. (F 72017, 
Dec. 23. 1908.) 

Hickory Xut falls. X. C. (F 72012, 
Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Pools at Chimnev rock. X. C. (F 
72014, Dec. 23, 1908. ) 

Rutherfordton, X. C. 1. (F 72013, 
Dec. 23. 1908.) 

1 c. of each Dee. 23. 1908: 1 c. of 

each Jan. 5. 1909. 

Rutherfordton, X. C. 2. (F 72016, 
Dec. 23, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 23. 1908.) 

Howe (J R.), Chicago, 111. [953-956 
Agatha. — Byrd. — Cynthia. — Doro- 

thv. [4 prints.] (F 71607-71610, 

Dec. 24. 1908.) 

• 

Hoyt (Dudley), New York, N. Y. 

[957-960 

Stine (Miss Edith). A, B. (H. 
119739. 119740. Dec. 16. 1908.) 

Strauss (Mrs. Percy). (H 119738, 
Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Wilson ( Miss Berenice ) . ( H 11 9741, 
Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Hudson (Will E.). Seattle. Wash. 

[961 
Xorthwest champions. 1908. (H 
120372, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Hunt (Phinney S.), Yaldez, Alaska. 



[962-964 
Alaska moose. G 2086. G 2087. (H 

121199. 121200, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Caribou Bill and Missouri Kid. (H 

121198, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Hyde (Frederick Bulkeley), South- 
port, Conn. [965, 966 

Carnegie (Mr. and Mrs. Andrew). 
H 1902. (F 71344, Dec. 16, 1908: 2 
c. Dec. 29, 1908.) 

— - (H 119587, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Ife (Walter AY.), Xew York, X. Y. 

[967, 968 
Basket of love. — Royal coach. (H 
119723, 119724, Dec. 15, 1908: 2 c. of 
each Dec. 9, 1908.) 

Illinois trust & savtng bank, Chi- 
cago, 111. [969 
Bank behind the book. (G 20462, 
Dee. 24. 1908.) 



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uos. 1-4, Jan.. 1909 



1288 



iNr.nAHAM (Norman R.), Philadelphia. 

Pa. [970-973 

Adams (U. S. S.) 1-3. (II 120278- 



120280. Doc. 



1908.) 



full and by. (II 121395, Jan. 

8, 1909.) 

[vers (John Joseph), Denver, Colo. 

[974 
Kodak girl. (H 120051, Dec. 17, 

1908.) 

Jansrud (John E.), Mayville, N. Dak. 

[975, 976 

Moonlight in the park. (H 120157, 
Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Park drive. (II 120158, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

JESSURTJM (E. C), New York, N. Y. 

[977 

First dinner of Dormitory men and 

secretaries. (II 121172, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Jewelers circular pub. co., New 

York, N. Y. [978 

Birth of the pearl. (G 20658, Dec. 
26. 1908.) 

Johnson (H. B.),. Tilden, Nebr. 

[979, 980 
Elkhern river, Tilden, Nebr. (H 

119658, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Tilden public school building. (H 

119657, Dec. 14, 190S.) 

Johnston (R. W.), studios, Pittsburg, 
Pa. [981-983 

Fire place study. — Swinging. — Wait- 
ing for Santa Glaus. (II 121350- 
121352, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Judge co., N6w York, N. Y. [984-987 
Little Johnnv and the Teddv bears. 

(F 71343, Dec. 16, 1908.) 

(F 71396, Dec. IS, 1908.) 

(F 71636, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71946, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Kahler (Carl). Little Silver, N. J. 

[988, 989 

Awaiting orders. ( F 71456, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

Making friends. (F 71457, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

Kemper-Thomas co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[990-1015 
Abundance. — All , summer's job. — 
Biggest thing afloat. — Bred in old Ken- 
tucky. — Canoe' occupied by two men. — 
Christmas morning. — Crisis. — Day is 
gently sinking to a close. — Family pro- 
viders. — For the use of the people. — 
Futurity steaks. — Gee. what a pic- 



KhMPni-TiioMAs co. — Continued. 
nic. — Good backing. — Home of the 
fairies. — I'm coming. — In summer's 
dreamland. — In the Shawnee valley. — 
In the woodland pasture. — June 
bride. — On the Miami. — On the Poto- 
mac. — Pepper, salt, mustard, vine- 
gar. — S p o o n y p a i r . — Stratford-on- 
Avon. — Voyage around the world. — 
Washington, D. C, White house [26 
prints] (F 71723-71748, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Kennedy (Louis S.). Jackson, Mich. 

[1016 
Wesley (Rev. John), M. A., founder 
of the Methodist church. (IT 121361, 
Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Ker (Mary Sigsbee), Rockville Cen- 
tre, N. Y. [1017, 1018 
Champion ( The ) —Next. ( H 120512, 
120513, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. of each Dec. 
31, 190S.) 

Ketterlinus lltho. meg. co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [1019-1044 
Algerian sunset. — Chums. ■ — Con- 
quered at last. — Easter lilies. — Flirta- 
tion. — Forgetting toil. — Forgiveness. — 
Gathering seaweed. — Gone dry. — Hap- 
py days. — Little bright eyes. — Little 
daughter. — Little gardener.— Medita- 
tion. — Merry widow. — Mose and Eph- 
raim. — Mute appeal. — Old swimming 
hole. — Our boy. — Reverie. — School 
days. — Snow girl. — Sweet mother. — 
Sweet sixteen.— Untamed monarchs. — 
Woodland echoes. [26 prints.] (F 
72019-72043, 72045, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Kiefer (Edwin H.), New York, 
N. Y. [1045 

Rose, Olive and Violet. (H 120514. 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1908.) 
Killelea (J. J.) & co.. North Ben- 
nington, Vt. [1046-1283 

Antwerp, Belgium. 260S. — Baden 
Baden, Germany. 2814, 2817, 2818.— 
Barcelona, Spain. 3619. — Bastia, Cor- 
sica, harbor. 3911. — Berne, Switzer- 
land. 2904.— Bilboa, Spain. 3613.— 
Bordeaux, France. 2508. — Bruges, 
Belgium. 261S. — Brussels, Belgium. 
2604.— Calcutta, India. 4316.— Cape 
Town, S. Africa. 5502. — Carnival 
scene, Rue Messina, France. 2515. — 
Cologne, Germany. 2804.— Delhi, In- 
dia. 4301, 4317.— Dublin, Ireland. 
2102, 2104. — Edinburgh, Scotland. 
2203, 2216.— Frankfort on the Main, 
Germany. 2802, 2803.— Hague (The). 
Holland. 2716. — Iizaka, a popular 
summer resort, Japan. — Iquique, 
Chili. 1502.— Karnak, Egypt. 3407.— 



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pt. IV, 11. S., V. 



Killelea (J. J.) & co.— Continued. 
Kin Kiang, China. 4712.— Konigs- 
berg, Germany. 2811.— London, Eng- 
land. 2005. — Memphis, Egypt. 3405.— 
Milan, Italy. 3013.— Monte Carlo. 
252 0, 252 2. — Naerodal, Norway. 
2316.— Nan King, China. 4703. — Naz- 
areth, Palestine, Mary's well. 3508. — 
Nice, France, carnival. 2514. — North 
Wales. 2037, 2039, 2040.— Oporto, 
Portugal. 3702. — Parana, Argentine 
Republic. 1603.— Paris, France. 2502, 
2503. — Pernambuco, Brazil. 1402. — 
Pompeii and Vesuvius, Italy. 3002. — 
Portugalete, Spain. 3614. — Rio de Ja- 
neiro, Brazil. 1403. — Rotterdam, Hol- 
land. 2710. — Royal gorge, canyon of 
the Arkansas, Colorado. 426.— St. Pe- 
tersburg, Russia. 2402. — Schveningen, 
Holland. 2723. — Strassburg, Ger- 
many. 2806. — Thames river, England. 
2019, 2020.— Thun and Lake of Thun 
from castle, Switzerland. 2903. (H 
119744-119800, Dec. 18, 1908: 2 c. of 
each Dec. 16, 1908.) 
Agra, India. 04302, 04305, 04308. 

04311, 04322.— Ahmedabad, India. 

04312, 04321.— Algiers, Algeria. 04005, 
04007, 04009, 04010, 04012.— Amster- 
dam, Holland. 02701, 02702, 02704, 
02719.— Amritsar, India. 04322.— Ant- 
werp, Belgium. 02605-02607.— Athens, 
Greece. 03301, 03302.— Bankok, Siam. 
04501, 04502, 04505.— Barcelona, Spain. 
03621.— Beira, South Africa. 05503 — 
Benares, India. 04310. — Bilboa, Spain. 
03615. — Boating on Thames, England. 
02018, 02013.— Bologna, Italy. 03012.— 
Bordeaux, France. 02507. — Bosphorus 
near Constantinople, Turkey. 03204. — 
Brighton, England. 02029, 02030, 
02032.— Brussels, Belgium. 02601- 
02603. — Buenos Ayres, Argentine Re- 
public. 01601, 01602.— Cairo, Egvpt. 
03403.— Cape Town, South Africa. 
05501.— Carlsruhe, Germanv. 02807, 
02808.— Cheops, Egypt, Sphinx and 
pyramid.— Ching Kiang, China. 04706. 
— Christiania, Norway. 02317. — Con- 
stantinople, Turkey. 03201-03203. — 
Constantine, Algeria, Natural bridge. 
04008.— Cork, Ireland. 02105.— Coun- 
try road, Japan. 05016. — Currecanti 
Needle Block canyon, Colo. 0430. — 
Damascus, Palestine. 03506. — Delhi, 
India. 04307, 04319, 04323.— Dublin, 
Ireland. 02101— Edinburgh, Scotland. 
02201, 02205-02211, 02214, 02215.— 
Epsom, England. 02021-02023.— Genoa, 
Italy. 03006, 03008, 03009.— Glacier 
point and Yosemite falls, Cal. 0612. — 
Grand canyon, Ariz. 0401. — Grand 
canyon of the Arkansas, Colo. 0427. — 
Haarlem, Holland. 02714. 02715. — 



Killelea (J. J.) & co. — Continued. 
Hanging bridge, canyon of the Arkan 
sas, Colo. 0425. — Henley, England 
02014-02016.— Hong Kong, China. 
04701, 04704, 04707, 04710.— Jerusalem, 
Palestine. 03501, 03503, 03505.— Ko- 
nigsberg, Germany. 02812, 02813.— 
Lake Yumoto, Japan. 05012. — Las 
Arenas, Spain. 03616. — Lisbon, Por- 
tugal. 03701, 03703.— Liverpool, Eng- 
land. 02034-02036.— London, England. 
02002, 02004, 02007, 02009, 02011, 02012. 
— Lucknow, India. 04308, 04314.— 
Maidenhead on the Thames, England. 
02017.— Malta. 03901, 03902, 03904.— 
Manila, P. I. 05102, 05104.— Manitou 
and Pikes peak, Colo. 0429. — Mar- 
seilles, France. 02509-02511.— Me- 
gara, Greece, Peasant girls. 03303. — 
Monte Carlo, Casino and gardens. 
02521.— Monte Video, Uruguay. 01701, 
01702.— Moscow, Russia. 02404-02406. 
— Naples from the harbor, Italy. 
03001.— New York, N. Y. 01.— Nice, 
France. 02513, 02516, 02518.— Nijni- 
Novgorod, Russia. 02407, 02408.— 
Ningho, China. 04711. — Ondo, Japan. 
05011.— Ostend, Belgium. 02614, 
02615.— Paris, France. 02501, 02504.— 
Pisa, Italy. 03004.— Public gardens 
and government building, Argentine 
Republic. 01604. — Queenstown, Ire- 
land, Cathedral. 02106.— Rio de 
Janeiro, Brazil. 01404. — Rome, Italy. 
03003.— Rotterdam, Holland. 02711 — 
Saigon, Indo-China. 04503, 04512. — 
St. Petersburg, Russia. 02403.— Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 0431.— San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 0601-0605, 0607-0610 — 
San Sebastian, Spain. 03620.— Schve- 
ningen, Holland. 02722. — Shanghai, 
China. 04705, 04708.— Shepherds and 
flock, Greece. 03304. — Siamese temple 
at Watchang. 04506. Singapore. 
04508, 04510.— Stockholm, Sweden. 
02361, 02362.— Thames and Windsor 
castle, England. 02027. — Tunis, Tunis. 
04013, 04016.— Usa, Japan. 05004, 
05008.— Venice, Italy. 03014, 03015.— 
Windsor castle near London, Eng. 
02026.— Yabakei, Japan. 05009.— Yel- 
lowstone Park. 0801. — Yosemite val- 
ley, Cal. 0613. (H 120991-121171, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Kir (B. M.), Canton, N. Y. 

[1284, 1285 

St. Lawrence university, Canton, 

N. Y. A, B. (H 120955, 120956. 

Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Nov. 23, 1908.) 

Klemetsrud (O. H.), Twin Valley, 
Minn. [1286-1291 

Gary, Minn., Greetings from. 1, 2. 
(H 120373. 120374. Dec. 14. 1908.) 



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1-4, Jan.. 1909 



136G 



Klemetsrud (O. H.) — Continued. 

Heiberg Park, Minn. (H 120378, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Twin Valley, Minn. 1-3. (H 120375- 
120377, Dec. 14, 190S.) 

2 c. of each Dec. 26, 1908. 

Klopot (Sigmund), Knox, Ind. 

[1292-1304 

Bass Lake, Ind. 1-7. (H 120914- 
120918, 120920. 120921, Dec. 31, 1908; 
1 c. of each Nov. 17. 1908 ; 1 c. of each 
Dec. 31, 190S.) 

8. (H 120919, Dec. 31, 1908; 2 

c. Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Knox, Ind. 1, 2. (H 120922, 120923, 
Dec. 31, 190S; 1 c. of each Nov. 17, 
190S ; 1 c. of each Dec. 31, 1908.) 

3. (H 120924, Dec. 31, 1908; 2 

c. Dec. 31, 1908.) 

North Judson, Ind. 1. (H 120925, 
Dec. 31, 1908 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1908.) 

2. (H. 120926, Dec. 31, 1908; 

1 c. Nov. 17, 1908; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Klump (Charles Michael), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [1305-1316 
Birthdav greetings. 12 constella- 
tions. (F 71091-71102, Nov. 27, 1908; 

2 c. of each Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Knabe (Wm.) co., New York, N. Y. 

[1317 
Frederick (Pauline) at the piano. 
(H 119718, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Knaffl & bro., Knoxville, Tenn. 

[1318-1335 
Autumn queen. — Aurelia. — Corn 
queen. — Elaine. — Fair shot. — Ger- 
trude. — Girl of the golden west. — 
Gypsy queen. — Harriet. — Kathleen. — 
Magdalen. — Marjorie. — Martha. — 
Omaha girl. — Prairie flower. — Ruth. — 
Tamborine girl. — Velma. [18 photo- 
graphs] (H 119523-119540, Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

Knoedler (E. L.), New York, N. Y. 

[1336 
Queen Victoria at the age of forty; 
by F. G. Stevenson. (F 71381, Dec. 
18, 1908.) 

Kolb bros., Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

[1337 
Difficulties of photographing the 
Grand canyon. (H 120089. Dec. 19, 
1908.) 

Kunze (L. G.), Chicago, 111. [1338 
Watermelons; by C. P. Ream. (G 
20460, Dec. 24, 1908.) 



Ladd (Elizabeth A.), Needham, 
Mass. [1339-1345 

Needham, Mass. 1-3. (H 120079- 
120081, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

1-4. (H 121276-121279, Jan. 6, 

1909.) 

La Francesca co., Louisville, Ky. 

[1346 
Rosy-posy girl. (G 20345, Dec. 7, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Langill (Howard H. H.), Hanover, 

N. H. [1347 

Dartmouth football team, 1908-9. 

(H 119437, Dec. 7, 190S; 1 c. Dec. 7, 

1908; 1 c. Dec. 14, 190S.) 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[1348-1352 

Berkeley, Cal. (H 120985, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Dinner tendered Mr. Richard 
Croker. (H 119244, Dec. 5, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Dinner tendered Signo Giulio Gatti- 
Casazza. (H 119242, Dec. 5, 1908; 2 c. 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Harvard vs. Yale, New Haven, Conn., 
Nov. 21, 1908. (H 119243, Dec. 5, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Wedding dinner, Stephen Brooks 
Rosenthal and Millicent Moses. (H 
119245, Dec. 5, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 19, 
1908.) 

Lay (J. C.) Corbin, Ky. [1353-1356 
Corbin, Ky. 3348-3351. (H 121202- 
121205, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Leavitt C Edwin M.), Rutland, Mass. 

[1357 
Rutland, Mass., Massachusetts state 
sanitorium, Interior doctors' dining 
room. (H 121345, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Leeland art co., Mitchell, S. Dak. 

[1358-1363 
Belle Fourche, S. Dak., Brooklyn. — 
Belle Fourche, S. Dak., greetings 
from. — Belle Fourche Minnehaha. — 
Our honey moon on the claim. — Sec- 
ond crop. — Sunny bend on the Belle 
Fourche river. (H 121234-121239, 
Jan. 4, 1909; 2 c. of each, Jan. 5, 
1909.) 

Lenz (Alfred), Chicago, 111. [1364 
Gift of time. (F 71453, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

Levering (A. R.), East Northfield, 
Mass. [1365, 1366 

East Northfield, Mass., Lovers' re- 
treat. (H 120420, Dec. 28, 1908.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Levering (A. R.) — Continued. 

In the forest. (H 120419, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Lichtman (B.), Chicago, 111. [1367 
Helen. (F 71454, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Life publishing co., New York, N. Y. 

[1368-1372 

Christmas morning. (F 71431, Dec. 
19, 1908.) 

Faith. (F 72110, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Forty miles away from anywhere. 
(F 72111, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Investigating committee. (F 71298, 
Dec. 14, 1908. ) 

Why is your neighbor's paper more 
attractive than your own? (F 71658, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Lillie (R. D.), Lansing, Mich. 

[1373, 1374 
Playmates, a, b. (H 120269. 120270, 
Dec. 23, 1908.) 

LrvERMORE & Knight co., Providence, 
R. I. [1375 

Great old world. (F 71635, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Loeber (Charles K.), New York, N. Y. 

[1376 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Masonic temple. (H 
119820, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Loeffler (August), Tompkinsville, 
N. Y. [1377, 1378 

Maine (U. S. S.) 1190. (H 119742, 
Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Seneca [steam yacht] 1191. (H 
119743. Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Logan (Meda), United States. 

[1379, 1380 
Fare well old year. — Welcome new 
year. (F 70242, 70243, Nov. 9, 1908; 
2 c. of each Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Lorenz (John A.), Boston, Mass. 

[1381 
Farlow (Alfred) (H 119656, Dec. 
14, 1908.) 

Lorey (Gustave), Albany, N. Y. 

[1382 
Trask (Mrs. Spencer) (H 121327, 
Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plainfield, N. J. 

[1383-1386 
Lincoln and birthplace. — Lincoln and 
Lincoln delivering Gettysburg ad- 
dress. — Lincoln and Lincoln splitting 
rails. — Lincoln and White house. (F 
72057-72060, Jan. 5, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1909.) 



Lyndon (Alfred S.), Ann Arbor, 
Mich. [1387-1389 

Culture. Opening act II. CH 
120060, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Culture principals. (H 120045, Dec. 
17, 1908.) 

Prof. S. and R. (H 120044, Dec. 17, 
1908.) 

McCarthy (Daniel), New York, N. Y. 

[1390 
Let us be friends once more. (F 
71703, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

McCarthy (Helen Lovejoy), Wal- 
tham, Mass. [1391 

Air-line limited. (F 71849, Dec. 29, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 2, 1908.) 

McClelland (W. W.) co., Pittsburg, 

Pa. [1392 

Benevolent and protective order of 

Elks. (G 20662, Jan. 9, 1909; 2 c. 

Nov. 21, 1908.) 

McClure (T. C), New York, N. Y. 

[1393-1412 
Bub, he's always to blame. (F 

71231, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71446, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71667, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71949, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 71233, 

Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71447, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71669, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71951, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

71229, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71444, Dec. 19. 190S.) 

,(F 71665, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71947, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Simon's merry Xmas tree. ( F 71232, 

Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Simon Simple's pet jibboon. (F 

71448, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71668, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71950, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 

(F 71230, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71445, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71666, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71948, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

McDaniel (Harry), Fort Recovery, 

Ohio. [1413 

Wabash River bridge, Fort Recovery, 

Ohio. (H 117308, Oct. 21, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 11, 1908.) 



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nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



1519 



Manning (F. S.), Chicago, 111. 

[1414, 1415 

Eternal quest. (F 71467, Dec. 21, 
190S. ) 

Girlhood. (F 71466, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Marceau (Theo. 0.)i New York, N. Y. 

[1416-1418 
Croker ( Richard ) 1-3. ( H 119558- 
119560, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Maekoe (Wm. F.), White Bear Lake, 

Minn. [1419 

St. Paul, Minn., Bridal scene from 

Diorama of the new cathedral. (H 

121201, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Matzene co., Chicago, 111. [1420-1423 
Muldon (Bt. Bev. P. J.), Bishop of 
Rockford, 111. 1-4. (H 120951-120954, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Meek co., Coshocton, Ohio. [1424-1459 
Bertha. (G 20399, Dec. 15, 1908.) 
Cold kindness. (G 20456, Dec. 24, 

1908.) 

Golfing. (G 20395, Dec. 15, 1908.) 
Hunting. (G 20396, Dec. 15, 1908.) 
Meeting place. (G 20457, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

My favorite. (G 20556, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Racing. (G 20397, Dec. 15, 1908.) 
Song of summer time. (G 20412, 
Nov. 27, 1908.) 

Summer ramble. (G 20455, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

Virginia. (G 20651, Jan. 4, 1909.) 
Who wouldn't. (G 20458, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

Yachting. (G 20398, Dec. 15, 1908.) 
Bride (The)— Church of Sta. 
Marie.— Contentment. — Cool retreat. — 
Good sport. — Harvest maid. — Her first 
lesson. — In trouble. — Indian creek. — 
Lake Erie. — Let's kiss and make up. — 
Mariner's guide . — Meadowbrook. — 
Misty morn. — Mitchell's bay. — Out for 
a spin. — Pastureland. — Prince. — Sun- 
nyside.— Tennis girl. — Two lovers. — 
Undecided. — U nexpecte d. — Yankee 
Doodle up to date. [24 chromos.] (G 
20431-20454, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Meeker (Elizabeth D.), Elizabeth,. 
N. J. [1460 

I walked in the garden of the soul. 
(F 71539, Dec. 22, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1908.) 



Melina (Boberto), New York, N. Y. 

[1461-1472 
At the opera. — Athletic girl. — Auto 
girl. — Farewell. — Good-bye. — My 
chum. — Summer. — Sweet sixteen. — 
There's nobody just like yon. — Waiting 
for you. — Would you like to learn to 
love me. — Would you like to love me. 
[12 prints] (F 71361-71372, Dec. 8, 
1908: 2 c. of each Oct. 17, 1908*.) 

Mentholation co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

[1473 
Happy child. (H 120057, Dec. 18, 

1908. ) 

Meyercord company, Chicago, 111. 

[1474-1477 
Fantasy. (G 20098, Oct. 28, 1908.) 
Father Time. (G 20099, Oct. 28, 

1908.) 

First American. (G 19939, Oct. 21, 

1908.) 

New year's cupids. (G 20344, Nov. 
25, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 6, 1909. 

Miller (C. B.), McCloud, Cal. 

[1478-1481 
Klamath falls, Oregon. — Mt. Shasta 
and Klamath falls, Oregon. — Mt. 
Shasta, from Dorris, Cal. — Upper Kla- 
math lake and Link river. (H 121230- 
121233, Jan. 4, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Millet (F. D.), New York, N. Y. 

[1482-1485 
Baltimore custom-house mural decor- 
ations. 1-4. (F 71166-71169, Dec. 10, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Mitchell (John J.), New York, N. Y. 

[1486, 1487 
American fashions. Sartorial art 
journal. December, 1908. Supple- 
ments A, B. (F 67142, 67143, July 16, 
1908; 2 c. of each Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Moeller (Louis A.), New York, N. Y. 

[1488-1490 
Starting a bank account. 1-3. (F 
71821-71823, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. [1491 
Barnard (Miss Kate). (H 121341, 
Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Moore (A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. [1492 

New York, N. Y. Church of St. Mary 
the Virgin, interior. (H 119606, Dec. 
14, 1908.) 

Moorehouse (E. H.), Portland, Oregon. 

[1493-1519 
Angel's Best. 116. (H 120350, Dec. 
24, 1908.) 



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J 520 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Moorehouse (E. H.)— Continued. 

Beach road. (II 120444, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Bridal Veil bluff. 145, 146. (H 
120352, 120353, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Bridal Veil bluff and Angel's Rest, 
general view of the Needles. 140. (H 
120354, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Bridal Veil creek. 127. (H 120351, 
Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Cape Horn. 159, 161-163. (H 
120355-120358, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Caramel rock and steamer. 167. 
(H 120359, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Cascade rapids and abutment of the 
Bridge of the Gods. 174. (H 120360, 
Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Columbia river. 165, 110-112, 114, 
118. (H 120361-120366, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

Fish ladder on Clackamas. 170. 
(H 120367, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Gordon falls. 128. (H 120368, Dec. 
24, 1098.) 

Home pasture. 179. (H 120445, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Lower rapids. 176. (H 120446, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

O. R. & N. passing the Needles. 138. 
(H 120369, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Oneonta east bluff and engine. 131. 
(H 120447, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Rooster rock. 168. (H 120370, Dec. 
24, 1908.) 

Sand beach. (H 120448, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Steamer leaving the Cascade locks. 
173. (H 120371, Dec. 24, 190S.) 
Moses (Harold D.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[1520 

Homeward bound. (H 121340, Jan. 
7, 1909.) 

Mowreb (G. E.), Louisville, Ky. 

[1521 

Ohio falls in the big slough. (H 
120943, Jan. 2, 1909.) 
Munn & co., New York, N. Y. [1522 

Magnitude of the salt industry. (F 
71537, Dec. 21, 1908.) 
Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. [1523-1529 

Bed-time stories. (G 20550, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Black diamonds. (F 71661, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

In summer meadows. (F 71662, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 



Murphy (Thos. D.) co. — Continued. 

In the swim. (F 71663, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 
Olive. (F 71664, Dec. 26, 1908.) 
On a point. (F 71660, Dec. 26, 1908.) 
Through winter woods. (F 71633, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 
Myers (Court), Germantown, N. Y. 

[1530 
Camp creek bridge. 1. (F 71922, 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 

National photograph co., Chicago, 111. 

[1531-1536 
Comfort and protection. — Easy to 
pilot. — Morning call. — Morning's shop- 
ping. — On the boulevard. [6 photo- 
graphs] (H 119588-119593, Dec. 12, 
1908.) 

National theft-prevention co., Chi- 
cago, 111. [1537 
Subscriber's certificate of the Na- 
tional theft-prevention co. (G 20356, 
Dec. 7, 1908; 2 c. Nov. 23, 1908.*) 
Neal (E. B.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[1538-1579 
Adele. — Anabelle. — Babette. — Chauf- 
feur. — Carmelita. — Duck pond. — Dur- 
ing the noon hour. — Fairy land. — 
Family prayers. — Fanchon. — Fixing 
'em up. — Flirt. — Floretta. — Florine. — 
Her sweet smile still haunts me. — I'm 
ready for milking. — In New England. — 
In Ohio. — In the Michigan lakes. — In 
the narrows of the Delaware river. — 
In the receiving line. — Kentucky 
belles. — Knee deep in timothy. — Land 
of plenty. — Land where the birches 
grow. — Last shot. — Light of mother- 
hood. — Lillian. — Love laughs at the 
blacksmith. — Maxine. — Merry wid- 
ow. — Mill stream. — Motor car before 
the war. — My lady. — Pioneer. — Riding 
girl. — Sylvia. — Tennis girl. — There's 
nothing like it. — Three graces. — Wait- 
ing for the ferry. — When the lights are 
low. [42 prints] (F 71749-71790, Dec. 
28,1908.) 

Nevada photo, co., Virginia City, Nev. 

[15S0-1583 

Carson, Nev. 268-271. (H 119510- 

119513, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

New era association, Grand Rapids, 

Mich. [15S4, 1585 

Howling success. (F 71623, Dec. 26, 

1908.) 

Treasures. (F 71559, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

New York Evening telegram (New 

York Herald co.), Jersey City, 

N. J. [15S6-1614 

Book-taught Bilkins. (F 71342, Dec. 

15, 1908.) 



20 



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nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



1674 



New York Evening telegram (New 
York Herald co.) — Continued. 
Book-taught Bilkins. (F 71553, Dec. 
22, 190S.) 

(F 71902, Dec. 30, 190S.) 

(F 720SS, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 
71221, Dec. 11, 190S.) 

(F 71313, Dec 14, 190S.) 

(F 71500, Dec. IS, 1908.) 

(F 7150S, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71699, Dec. 26, 190S.) 

(F 71S0S, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 719S0, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72010, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Neighborly Miss Nosey. (F 71312, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71507, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71S07, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72009, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Pazaza, it's great. (F 71380, Dec. 
17, 1908.) 

(F 71617, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

• (F 719S1, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72134, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 71357, Dec. 
16, 1908.) 

(F 71599, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

(F 71903, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 72119, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Two's company, three's a crowd. (F 
72011, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 71239, 
Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71503, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71700, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71982, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

New York Herald company, Jersey 

City, N. J. [1615-1674 

Angelic Angelina. (F 71185, Dec. 

10, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71189, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c, 

Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71971, 

(F 71975, 

Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Atlantic passenger fleet dwindles. 
(F 72008, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Buster Brown. (F 71182, Dec. 10, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71188, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71972. Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 71974, Jan. 2, 1909: 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1909.) 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 
Christmas puzzle page. (F 71355, 

Dec. 16, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1908.) 
Daily hint from Paris. (F 71220, 

Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71238, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

(F 71314, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71315, Dec. 14, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 15, 1908.) 

(F 71316, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71356, Dec. 16, 1908.) 

(F 71379, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

(F 71501, Dec. IS, 1908. 

(F 71502, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

(F 71504, Dec. 19, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71505, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71554, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

(F 71597, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

(F 71618, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71696, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

(F 71697, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

- (F 71698, Dec. 26, 1908; 2 c. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 

Jan. 



28, 190S.) 

- (F 71809, 

29, 1908.) 

- (F 71815, 

30, 1908.) 

- (F 71901, 

- (F 71931, 
2, 1908.) 



Dec. 28, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 29, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Dec. 31, 1908; 2 c. 



Jan. 2, 1909.) 
Jan. 2, 1909; 



(F 71983, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 71984, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72006, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

(F 72007, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

(F 72089, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

(F 72135, Jan. 7, 1909 ; 2 c 

8, 1909.) 

(F 72144, Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Decrease in winter travel. 

71810, Dec. 28, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 

1908.) 

Fluffy Ruffles. (F 72143, Jan 

1908; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Fluffy Ruffles calendar, 1909. 

71973, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. 



Jan. 



(F 
29. 



(F 

(F 

18, 



71187, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 
1908.) 

(F 71193, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c 

Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71987, Jan. 2 

(F 71979, Jan. 

Jan. 11, 1909.) 



1909.) 
2. 1909 



21 



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1675 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Nkw York Herald company — Cont'd. 

Mediterranean travel engages twen- 
tv-one of the Atlantic liners. (F 
71317, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
71183, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
3908.) 

(F 71191, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 71969, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 71977, Jan. 2, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1909.) 

Puzzle page. (F 71598, Dec. 23, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Returning immigrants cause in- 
crease in Atlantic passenger fleet. (F 
71506, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 71186, 
Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71190, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 190S.) 

(F 71970, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 71976, Jan. 2, 1909 : 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1909.) 

Waggles in Wonderland. (F 71184. 
Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1908.) 

(F 71192, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 28, 1908.) 

— - (F 71968, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 71978, Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 

11, 1909.) 

New York Times CO., New York, N. Y. 

[1675-1679 
(F 71499, Nov. 



of the passing 



2 c. 



Opera rehearsals. 
24, 1908.) 

Some impressions 
show. ( F 71498, Nov. 21, 1908. ) 

(F 71811, Dec. 28. 1908; 

Dec. 29, 1908.) 

(F 72087, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

(F 72341, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Newcombe (Geo. E.) & co., New York, 
N. Y. [1680-1723 

American girl. — Arab.— Bay side. — 
Berkshire highway. — Birch avenue. — 
Boulder road.— Cave of the forest- 
Clarice. — Cove road. — Domino. — Favor- 
ite spot. — Favorites. — Forest glade. — 
Garden of Eden. — Gate to the forest. — 
Geraldiue. — Helping mama. — Hill- 
side road. — Home in the orchard. — In 
robes of spring. — Indian lane. — May 
day. — Monarch. — Mountain mirror. — 
Nature's mirror. — Old country seat. — 
On the marsh. — Orchard. — Orchard 
queen.— Parade.— Park drive. — Path by 
the seat. — Prince. — Radiant beauty. — 
Sentinels. — Spring. — Spring blos- 
soms. — Summit mountain. — Summit 



Newcombe (Geo. E.) & co. — Cont'd. 

path. — Tasting. — Treasure. — Two 
roses. — White way. — Wonders of na- 
ture. [44 photographs. 1 (H 120221- 
120264, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

Noll (Charles W.), Millersburg, Pa. 

[1724, 1725 
Pioneer auto-naiad. 1, 2. (H 120510, 
120511, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

North (Oto), Billings, Mont. 

[1726-1728 
Billings, Mont., Country club park. 
1-3. (H 120973-120975, Jan. 2, 1909; 
2 c. of each Dec. 19, 1908. ) 

Northwestern knitting co., Minneap- 
olis, Minn. [1729, 1730 
Happiness and comfort in Munsing 
union suits. A, B. (H 119506, 119507, 
Dec. 8, 1908.) 

Norton (M. G.), Chicago, 111. [1731 
Gypsy. (H 120474, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Nowak (Anton), Jersey City, N. J. 

[1732 
Memorial tablet. (F 71404, Dec. 14* 
1908.) 

No well (Frank H.), Seattle, Wash. 

[1733-1753 

Eskimo men, women, and children. 
5961, 5962, 6706-6709, 6711-6721, 6691, 
6696. ( H 120193-120211, Dec. 22, 1908. ) 

Seal hunt on Bering sea. (H 120128, 
Dec. 17, 190S.) 

Seal hunters on Bering sea. (H 
120129, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Oklahoma natural mutoscene co., 
Washington, D. C. [1754-1756 

Bank robbery. (H 120453, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Round-up in Oklahoma. (H 120452, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Wolf hunt. (H 120454, Dec. 28. 
1908.) 

Olson photograph Co., Plattsmouth, 
Nebr. [1757-1761 

Nebraska corn. (H 120090, Dec. 19, 
1908.) 

Nebraska apples. (H 120092, Dec. 
19, 1908.) 

Nebraska apples. (H 120094, Dec. 
19, 1908.) 

Nebraska potatoes. (H 120093, Dec. 
19, 1908.) 

Nebraska vegetables. (H 120091, 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 



22 



nos. 1-4, Jan. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
1909 



1848 



Onffroy (Roland), jr., Philadelphia. 
Pa. [1762, 1763 

Model 5 and 10 cent store. — Typical 
5 and 10 cent store. (F 71534, 
71933, Jan. 2, 1909; 2 c. of each Jan. 
5, 1909.) 

Osborne co., New York, N. Y. 

[1764-1799 

Able seaman. — After the hunt. 1, 
2. — All ready. — Booming surf. 1-3. — 
Fountains Abbey - Ripen - England. — 
Girl from New York. 1-3.— Girl in 
pink. — His roses. — Midsummer days. — 
New Year's caller. — On the lookout. — 
Red and gray. — Salisbury cathedral, 
England. 1, 2.— Voice of a friend. — 
Waiting for her carriage. [21 prints] 
(F 71637-71657, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Burke (Miss Billie). — Belford (Miss 
Engenia). — Doro (Miss Marie). — Hen- 
gler (Miss May). — Irving (Miss Isa- 
bel). — King (Miss Rose). — Luby (Miss 
Edna). — MacDonald (Miss Chris- 
tie). — Mathison (Miss Edith 
Wynne ) . — Sanderson ( Miss Julia ) . — 
Starr (Miss Frances). — Taliaferro 
(Miss Mable). [12 prints.] (F 
71825-71836, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Skipper (The) 1, 2. (F 71923, 
71924, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Truants. (H 120380, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Outcault (R. F.), Flushing, L. I., 
N. Y. [1800-1828 

Advance spring fashions. (F 71255, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Buy now and save money. (F 
71279, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Chic costume specials. (F 71257, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Compelling prices. (F 71256, Dec. 
5, 1908.) 

Economy is buying something good. 
(F 71271, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

For the bargain hungry. (F 71277, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Have wife and baby protected. (F 
71267, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

If you plant corn. (F 71266, Dec. 
5, 1908.) 

In full swing. (F 71282, Dec. 5, 
1908.) 

Jaunty spring ideas. (F 71280, Dec. 
5, 1908.) 

Make a start. (F 71265, Dec. 5, 
1908.) 

Make your money go far. ( F 71278, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Our anniversary sale. (F 71283, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 



Outcault (R. F.) — Continued. 

Pay your bills with checks. (F 
71263, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Put your money where it is safe. 
(F 71261, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Price explosion. (F 71281, Dec. 5. 
1908.) 

Resolved. (F 71270, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Save money. (F 71275, Dec. 5, 
1908.) 

Spring caprices. (F 71258, Dec. 5, 
1908.) 

Styles from fashion's source. (F 
71259, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

We only wish for you to come into 
our store. (F 71273, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

When you wish to know the style. 
(F 71272, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

When your money is in the bank. 
(F 71269, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

When your money is in a national 
bank its safe. (F 71260, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

When your money is in the national 
bank you know it is safe. (F 71262, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Yes, I saved my money. (F 71268, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

You can get married. (F 71264, 
Dec. 5, 1908.) 

You can now fill your wardrobe. (F 
71276, Dec. 5, 1908.) 

You wish to give your family and 
friends presents. (F 71274, Dec. 5, 
1908.) 

Pach ( G. W. ) , Lakewood, N. J. 

[1829 

Lakewood chicken farm. (H 121353. 
Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Pach bros., New York, N. Y. 

[1830-1838 

Taft (Hon. W. H.) 88955 A-G, J, 

K. (H 120501-120509, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Palmer (Frank), Spokane, Wash. 

[1839-1844 
Old Way. — Pastoral scene. — Wal- 
lowa, Oregon. — Wallowa lake, cows in 
foreground. — Wallowa lake, Oregon.— 
Wallowa river, Head water. [6 photo- 
graphs.] (H 119705-119710, Dec. 15, 
1908.) 

Parker-Brauner co., Washington, 
D. C. [1845-1848 

Cotton field girl. (G 20653, Jan. 4, 
1909.) 

Southern beauty. (G 20656, Jan. 6, 
1909. ) 



23 



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1849 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Parker-Bratjner co. — Continued. 

Straw hat girl. (G 20654, Jan. 4, 
1909.) 

Winking girl. (G 20652, Jan. 4, 
1909). 

Peck (Orson W.), Traverse City, 
Mich. [1849, 1850 

Traverse City, Mich. 1. 2. (H 
119514, 119515, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[1851-1854 

Duck farm on roof. (H 119608, Dec. 
14,1908.) 

Field scene and woman milking cow. 
(H 119610, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Haying on city roofs. (H 119609, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Orchard on roof. (H 119611. Dec. 
14, 1908.) 

Phelps pub. co., Springfield, Mass. 

[1855 
, One hundred masterpieces of Christ. 
(F 72046, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Phillips (Tom), Chicago, 111. 

[1856-1861 
Clouds. — Feeble old man. — Judge 
and the criminal. — Party emblem. — 
Puppy. — Saloon devotees playing cards. 
[6 photographs] (H 120978-120983, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Photographische gesellschaft, New 
York, N. Y. [1862 

London, Hyde park, Rotton row. 
(F 71824, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Pictorial news co., New York, N. Y. 

[1863 
Locomobile no. 16 winning the Van- 
derbilt cup race, 1908. (H 118649, 
Nov. 19, 1908; 2 c. Nov. 16, 1908.)* 

Pitman (Timothy), Nantucket, Mass. 

[1864 
Tape weaving. (H 121275, Jan. 6, 
1909.) 

Pollock (Ralph Foster), Alamo- 

gordo, N. Mex. [1865, 1866 

Alamogordo, N. Mex., Alameda park. 

1, 2. (H 120957, 120958, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Poole (E. D.), Chicago, 111., and Bos- 
ton, Mass. [1867-1891 
Beach at Ormonde. — Close to her 
heart. — Christmas morning. — Crops is 
good. — Driving party. — Favorites. — 
Follow the leader. — Grandma's tea 
party. — Guess who's here. — In green 
pastures. — In the garden of the gods. — 
Little mother. — Love's golden tide. — 
Mt. Vernon, driveway. — Old log road. — 



Poole (E. D.) — Continued. 
One minute to decide. — Private and 
confidential. — Returning home. — Riv- 
er's charm. — Run on the bank. — Set- 
ting sun. — Suwanee river. — Taking the 
cream. — Turn of the tide. — Uninvited 
guest. [25 prints] (F 71562-71586, 
Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Porter (Milton Edson), Albuquerque, 
N. Mex. [1892-1895 

Abeytia (Marie) — Feeding the 
dead. — Isleta Indian spinning wom- 
an. — Oven (The) [4 photographs]. (H 
120147-120150, Dec. 21, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Post (J. E. H.), Baltimore, Md. 

[1896-1898 
Historical documents. 1-3. (H 
120086-120088, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Powers (W. F.) co., New York, N. Y. 

[1899 
To market. (F 71359, Dec. 17, 

1908.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [1900 
Riot at Ephesus. ( G 20465, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Pullen (Benjamin A.), Chicago, 111. 

[1901 
Memorial design. (F 71701, Dec. 
26, 1908.) 

Quinby (Frederick J.), Boston, Mass. 

[1902-1907 

Charming fan was too frail. (F 
71627, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Come, since it will give him pleas- 
ure. (F 71626, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Each one seemed very alert in writ- 
ing. (F 71628, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

I ought to break this plate. (F 
71625, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Oh, you may shout. (F 71629, Dec. 
26, 1908.) 

Paul carried the hands of the young 
girl to his lips. (F 71624, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Ratj (E. C), Mason City, Iowa. [1908 
Mason City, Iowa. (H 120101, 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Rati (William H.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[1909, 1910 

Annabelle. 112 K. K. (H 120155, 
Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Army and Navy football game, Nov. 
28, 1908. 3406 A. (H 120156, Dec. 
21, 1908.) 



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nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



1974 



Ream (C. P.), Chicago, 111. [1911 

Delicious dozen. (F 71464, Dec. 21, 
190S.) 

Reed (Norman H.), Santa Barbara, 
Cal. [1912-1917 

Path that leads to the chapel. A- 
C. — Priest and the bell. — Rose bush in 
the cemetery. A. B. (H 119S32- 
119S37, Dec. 17, 190S.) 

Richardson (Margaret H.), New 
York, N. Y. [1918-1922 

Fire. — Little Sue. — Moral. — Res- 
cue. — Temptation. (F 71210-71214. 
Dec. 11, 190S.) 

Rickey (Charles Gilbert), Columbus, 
Ohio. [1923-1925 

Fishing for suckers. (H 120S43, 
Dec. 30, 190S.) 

In bed with the grip. (H 120S44. 
Dec. 30, 190S.) 

Whole town dry. (H 120842, Dec. 
30, 190S.) 

Roberts. Johnson & Rand shoe co., 
St. Louis, Mo. [1926 

R. J. & R. girl. (G 20634. Dee. 30, 
1908.) 

Rotograph co., New York. N. Y. 

[1927-1933 
Both doing well. — Correspondence. — 
Harvest. — Let's get acquainted. — Mask 
removed. — Ripe. — Winner. [7 photo- 
graphs.] (H 120281-1202S7. Dec. 23. 
1908.) 

Royal mfg. & distributing co.. Balti- 
more, Md. [1934 
Royal stereoscope. (F 71558, Dec. 
23,1908; 2 c. Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Rude (Augustus D.), New York, N. Y. 

[1935, 1936 
Modern fashions, spring and sum- 
mer, 1909. A. B. (G 20410, 20411, 
Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Russell (J. Townsend), Silver Lake, 
Pa. [1937-1948 

Can this be Mother Hilton. — Fair 
Mistress Stavers curtsied. — He gave a 
splendid banquet. — I shall yet ride in 
my own chariot. — Little maid. — Mem- 
ories. — Old room. — Rector reads the 
service. — Sequestered among trees. — 
Servant who made service seem di- 
vine. — Stood Mistress Stavers. — Until 
the governor rising from his chair. [10 
photographs] (H 120422-120433. Dec. 
28, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 28, 1908.) 



S. F. Vedanta society, San Francisco, 
Cal. [1949 

Different views of the Hindu temple. 
(H 119704, Dec. 15, 190S.) 

Sackett & Wilhelms co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [1950-1964 

Artist's dream. (F 71935, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Barnyard study. (F 71937. Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Christy girl. (F 7193S, Jan. 2, 
1909. ) 

Cluck-cluck. (G 20424, Dec. 22. 
190S; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Favorite (The) (G 20425. Dec. 22, 
190S; 2 c. Dec. 23, 190S.) 

Girl with the black hat. (G 20401, 
Dec. 17, 190S.) 

In the gloaming. (F 71939, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Interesting subject. (F 71936. Jan. 
2, 1909.) 

Looking ahead. (F 71940, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Meditation. ( G 20426, Dec. 22, 1908 ; 
2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Ocean breezes. (F 71941, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Old mill. (F 71942, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

True blue. (G 20427, Dec. 22, 1908; 
2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Winning miss. (G 2042S. Dec. 22, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Xmas bride. (G 20429, Dec. 22, 
190S; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Saint Gaudens (Augusta H.), Wind- 
sor. Yt. [1965-1974 
Bunce (Gedney), caricature: by Au- 
gustus St. Gaudens. (H 119695, Dec. 
15, 1908.) 

Caricature of himself; by Augustus 
I St. Gaudens. (H 11969S, Dec. 15, 
i 190S.) 

Composition : from Augustus St. Gau- 
dens' student sketch book. (H 119703, 
i Dec. 15, 190S.) 

Facsimile of a letter of Augustus 
| St. Gaudens to Charles F. McKim. 
Letter refers to the success of the 
American academy in Rome and the 
caricatures tvpifv the joy of the two 
friends. (H 119699, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

The caricature was St. Gau- 
dens' familiar signature. (H 119700, 
Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Saint Gaudens (Augustus) in Paris 
about 1878-80. (H 119694. Dec. 15, 
J 90S.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Saint Gaudens (Augusta (H.) — Con. 

St. Gaudens (Louis) ; from a draw- 
ings by Augustus St. Gaudens. (H 
119702, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Sketch made by Augustus St. Gau- 
dens during the walking trip of 1871. 
(H 119697, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Studies for a fountain; from Au- 
gustus St. Gaudens' student sketch 
book. (H 119701, Dec. 15. 1908.) 

Studies of Greek costume ; from Au- 
gustus St. Gaudens' student sketch- 
book. (H 119696, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Salisbury (Albert Benson), Los 
Angeles, Cal. [1975 

Good luck philosopher. (F 71385, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Sanders pub. co., Chicago, 111. 

[1976, 1977 
Percheron prize winner. — Tacsonia. 
(F 71347, 71348, Dec. 16. 1908; 2 c. of 
each, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Sands (William Alfred), Providence, 
R. I. [1978-1981 

Sanderson (Rev. E. F.), A-D. (H 
121346-121349, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Scarlett (James K.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [1982 

Dutch goose. (F 71382, Dec. 18, 
1908.) 

Schedler (Otto), Jersey City, N. J. 

[1983 
Merry go round ; Hanger. ( F 71497, 
Dec. 21, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1905.) 

Schultz (G. F.), Chicago, 111. 

[1984, 1985 
Flowing tide. (F 71469, Dec. 21, 
190S.) 

October. (F 71468, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Scothern (C. A.) & son, Mt. Jackson, 
Va. [19S6-198S 

Flat Rock church of the Bretheren. 
1,2. (H 119720, 119721, Dec. 1,1908.) 

House where first annual meeting 
was held in Va., 1794. (H 119719, 
Dec. 1, 1908.) 

1 c. of each Dec. 1, 1908 ; 1 c. of each 
Dec. 12, 1908. 

Scott & Van Altena, New York, N. Y. 

[1989-1994 
Bound for Japan. — Celebration in 
Tokyo. — Cranes in Japanese garden. — 
Japanese cherry tree in blossom. — Jap- 
anese semi-circular bridge. — 15 inch 
shell on its way. [6 photographs.] 
(H 120103-120108, Dec. 21, 1908. 



Sheahan (Maurice T.), Brookline, 
Mass. [1995-2000 

Gee whiz, the last car. — I have 
found a cozy corner. — I'm mad at you. 
— Looking for trouble. — Love is the 
light of life.— You're it. [6 prints.] 
(F 71907-71912, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Sherman ( Frederic F.), New York, 

N. Y. [2001 

New York, N. Y. : St. George's 

church. (F 71325, Dec. 7, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Sherman (Wm. J.), De Kalb, 111. 

[2002 
Normal girl at De Kalb, 111. (F 
71240, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Shipler (Harry), Salt Lake City, 
Utah. [2003-2010 

Salt Lake City, Utah. 1-3.— Yel- 
lowstone canyon, 1, 2. — Yellowstone 
park. 1, 2. — Yellowstone river, lower 
falls. (H 120491-120496, Dec. 29, 
190S.) 

Shotwell (Mrs. H. A.), Seattle, Wash. 

[2011 
First tooth. (H 119607, Dec. 14, 

1908.) 

Simmons, White co., Rockland, Maine. 

[2012 
Lobster fisherman of Penobscot bay. 
(G 20461, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Sloan (J. V.) & co.. New York, N. Y. 

[2013 
Lincoln calendar 1909. (G 20558, 
Dec. 29, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Smith (E. W.) Tonopah, Nev. 

[2014, 2015 
Nevada meteorite. A, B. (H 120472, 
120473, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Smith (Erwin E.), Bonham, Tex. 

[2016 
Sunfisher, Bar Diamond Bar range. 
(H 119639, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Smith (S. C), North Yakima, Wash. 

[2017-2026 

Meeker (Ezra) 1800, 1801. (H 
120144, 120145, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Mt. Rainier, Wash. 1756, 1773, 1777- 
1781, 1787. (H 120136-120143, Dec. 
21,1908.) 

Society of iconophiles, New York, 
N. Y. [2027, 2028 

Sherman (William Tecumseh). F 
71442, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Washington (George). (F 71443, 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 



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2293 



Souvenir pub. co.. Lynn, Mass. 

[2029-2032 
I think I'll investigate.— Sounds like 
a bird. — That victor is a wonder. — 
What's that I hear. [4 photographs] 
(H 120052-120055, Dec. 3, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Sparrell art co., Boston, Mass. 

[2033 

Pink rose. (F 71345, Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Spencer (Isabel Charles), New 

York, N. Y. [2034 

Big Williken. (F 72091. Jan. 6, 

1909.) 

Stanlaws (Penrhyn), New York, 
N. Y. [2035-2040 

New gown. — New Year's girl. — Shop- 
ping. — Spinning wheel. — Tea party. — 
Three models. [6 prints.] (F 71436- 
73441, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

State pub. co., Boston, Mass. 

[2041-2091 
Ain't it just like a woman. (F 

71895, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 71957, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72112, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Amos and Pete. (F 71450, Dec. 19, 

190S.) 
(F 71600, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

- (F 71926, Dec. 31, 1908.) 
(F 71995, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

(F 72129, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Chronicles of Pharaoh. (F 71331, 

Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71706, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Ever know it to fail. (F 72068, Jan. 

5, 1909.) 

Gink and Dink. (F 71335, Dec. 11, 

1908.) 

(F 71712, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71874, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 72070, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Gran'pa's in bad. (F 71521, Dec, 21, 

1908.) 

Hari Kari, the Jap. (F 71333, Dec. 

11, 1908.) 

(F 71711, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71871, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 72073, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Here's where the Morris chair is 

rung in. (F 71634, Dec. 26, 1908.) 
Jonah's back again. (F 71328, Dec. 

11, 1908.) 

(71714, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Kids on Hennessy's beat. (F 71330, 

Dec. 11, 1908.) 



State pub. co. — Continued. 

Kids on Hennessy's beat. (F 71710, 
Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Kitty yeow. (F 71332, Dec. 11, 

1908.) 

(F 71713, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71873, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Nick sure gets busy. (F 71715, Dec. 
28, 1908.) 

Nick's plan to bunco Santa Claus 
fails. (F 71659, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Otto Hot Slaw talks himself out a 

$200 watch. (F 71452, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Pete makes the punishment fit the 

crime. (F 71876, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Puppy love. (F 72074, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Reggie Rahrah. (F 72071, Jan. 5, 

1909.) 

Show me. (F 71327, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71705, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71869, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 72072, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Smiths at home. (F 71329, Dec. 11, 
1908.) 

(F 71707, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71870, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

( F 72069, Jan. 5, 1909. ) 

Snapshots by a Nachur Faker. (F 
71334, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71709, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

(F 71872, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Stung. (F 72067, Jan. 5, 1909.) 
That mechanical boxing bear will 
know better next time. (F 71547, Dec. 
22, 1908. 

This might be called a paneful first- 
class matter. ( F 71449, Dec. 19, 1908. ) 
Von der Mutt, the optimistic in- 
ventor. (F 71326, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

(F 71708, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Wouldn't this give Pete the distem- 
per. (F 71945, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Stearns (Frederick Kimball), De- 
troit, Mich. [2092 
Necklace (The) (G 20384, Dec. 14, 
1908.) 

Steele ( George 
Okla. 
Voice from the dust. 
Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Stereo-travel co., Corona 



Marion ) , Seiling, 
[2093 
(H 119821, 



N. Y. 

[2094-2293 

Agra, India. 1-6. — Amber, India. 

1-3.— Amedabad, India. 1-3. — Amrit- 

sar, India. 1-6. — Benares, India. 1- 

4. — Bombay, India. 1-10. — Bringing 



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Stereo-tbavel co. — Continued, 
food to sacred monkeys, near Jeypore, 
India. — Bullock, the ill-used beast of 
burden of India. — Calcutta, India. 1- 
11. — Cawnpore, India, Angel of resur- 
rection over well. — Darjeeling, India. 
l-£. — Delhi, India. 1-9. — Dilwarra, 
India. 1-5. — Double loop on the Him- 
alaya railroad. — Elephanta island, In- 
dia, native village. — Gem lake from 
town of Mt. Abu, India. — Hindu baby's 
cradle, India. — Hindu cemetery, In- 
dia. — Hindu housewives grinding flour, 
India. — Hindu women at Elephanta 
caves, near Bombay, India. — Irrigat- 
ing canal near Fatepur Sikri, India. — 
Jeypore, India. 1-6. — Little Hima- 
laya ry. train, India. — Lucknow, In- 
dia. 1-6.— Mt. Abu, India. 1-3.— 
Palenquin used by women of poorer 
classes, India. — Plowing in the fields 
around Lahore, India. — Primitive 
method of irrigating, India. — Road 
froin Agra to Fatepur Sikra, India. — 
Sikandarah, India. 1, 2. — Skalin, In- 
dia, typical Himalayan woman. — 
Street sprinkler, India. — Traveling by 
Ekka in hot India. — Ulwar, India. 1, 
2. — View on approaching Lahore from 
the west, India. (H. 119838-119937, 
Dec. 17, 1908: 2 c. of each Dec. 23, 
1908, except H 119841, 119905, for 
which 1 c. of each Dec. 23, 1908; 1 c. 
of each Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Amarapura, Burma. 1-3. — Bhamo, 
Burma. 1-14. — Boatman on the Ira- 
waddy river, Burma. — Boys making the 
native umbrella, Burma. — Breakfast 
by the roadside near Mandalay, Bur- 
ma. — Buffalo wallow in Burma. — Bur- 
mese boats on the Irawaddy river, 
Burma. — Family journeying through 
the jungle near Mingoon, Burma. — 
Katha, Burma, typical railway sta- 
tion. — Mada, Burma, passengers em- 
barking on Irawaddy steamer. — Mak- 
ing the huge cigars smoked by ladies, 
Burma. — Mandalay, Burma. 1-25. — 
Military transportation cart and escort 
of Indian soldiers. — Mingoon, Burma. 
1, 2. — Native ball game in Burma. — 
Nine little Burmese sitting on a palm 
log. — Off to China from Bhamo, Bur- 
ma.— Pegu, Burma. 1-3.— Queer de- 
vice used for street sprinkling in Bur- 
ma. — Rangoon, Burma. 1-29. — Saga- 
ing, Burma. 1, 2.— Sailboat on the 
Irawaddy river, Burma. — Scene dur- 
ing a festival in Burma. — Sword dance 
by young men of Burma. — Unloading 
a vessel on the Irawaddy river. — Up- 
per Burma. 1-3.— Village home built 
of bamboo and leaves, Burma. (H 
119038-120037, Dec. 17, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Dec. 23, 190S.^ 



Stern (Alva E.), New York, N. Y. 

[2294 
Protection. ( F 71542, Dec. 22, 1908. ) 

Steuer (Martha), New York, N. Y. 

[2295-2306 
Before your mirror, for a while. — If 
to the glass this card you hold. — If to 
this card you'd find the key. — Just 
how to solve this mystery. — Just what 
these hieroglyphics spell. — My darling 
if these words you'll read. — My hidden 
meaning to detect. — This message is 
for you my dear. — This story of my 
mental state. — To learn just how my 
heart inclines. — To learn my senti- 
ments dear lass. — To read my message 
is not hard. ( F 72095-72106, Nov. 16, 
1908 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Stewart (Clyde Marshall), Augusta, 

Maine. [2307-2309 

Three monarchs of the woods. 1-3. 

(H 118412-118414, Nov. 16, 1908; 2 c. 

of each Dec. 22, 1908.) 

. 

Stone (Chas. J.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[2310 
Sartorial world engraving. Dec., 
190S, supplements A, B. (F 71905, 
71906, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Strobridge lithographing co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [2311-2314 

[Posters] 09-B-61, 09-R-44. (G 
20064, 20070, Oct. 28, 1908 ; 2 c. of each 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

N. Y. 12936, N. Y. 12941. (G 

20273, 20276, Nov. 27, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Strolt) (W. J.), Rock Springs, Wyo. 

[2315-2327 
Big sheep mountain and lone sheep, 
1, 2. — Cow elk in the timber, Porcupine 
valley. — Crossing the river. — Ditch 
creek, large bunch of elk feeding, 1, 
2. — Elk feeding near Buffalo creek, 1, 
2. — Lone star geyser in the Yellow- 
stone national park. — Mount Moran 
above the clouds, and Jack lake. — 
Pyramid butte. — Two bull elk and one 
cow near Buffalo creek. — Yellowstone 
Falls. (H 119640-119652, Dec. 14, 
1908.) 

Taggart (M. W.), Bayonne, N. Y. 

[232S-2342 
[Birthday cards] 1-15. (G 20586- 
20600, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Teal (Charles B.), Macomb. 111. 

[2343-2346 
Old guard, 1-4. (H 120944-120947, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 



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2480 



Technical press bureau, New York, 

N. Y. [2347-2352 

Night scenes with an automobile. 

1-6. (H 11T799-117S04, Nov. 2, 1908; 

2 c. of each Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Terrill (I. N.), Oklahoma City, Okla. 

[2353 
Oklahoma resources. Depicte D. 
(F 72094, Dec. 17, 190S; 2 c. Dec. 28, 
190S.) 

Thompson (E, S.), Chicago, 111. 

[2354 
Gladiolus: Thompsons hybrids. (F 
7139S, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Thompson (Edward) co., Northport, 
N. Y. [2355 

Portia. Edward Thompson calendar 
for 1909. (G 20394, Dec. 15, 1908.) 

Thorburn (J. M.) & co., New York, 
N. Y. [2356-2367 

Antirrhinum. — Beets. — Cucumbers. — 
Early Jersey Wakefield cabbage. — 
Hardy chysanthemums. — Holly- 
hocks. — Kochia. — Marigolds. — Mixed 
nasturtiums. — Phlox. — Poppies. — 
Squashes. [12 prints.] (F 71855- 
71866, Dec. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 

29, 1908.) 

Thorndike (Townsend Wm.), Boston, 
Mass. [236S 

Indian child from the region of Hud- 
son bay. (H 120134, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Thrall (Bessie H.), Chicago, 111. 

[2369-2370 

Christmas card design. (F 71323, 
Dec. 4, 1908.) 

Valentine design. (F 71336, Nov. 

30, 1908.) 

Thyxg (J. Warren), Manchester, N. 
H. [2371 

Old Marblehead. (H 120267, Dec. 
22, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Tolman (James H.), Concord, Mass. 

[2372, 2373 
MeMn memorial. 1, 2. (H120S31, 
120832, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Tribune co., Chicago, 111. [2374-2398 
Bertie. (F 71544, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

■ (F 71531, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71720, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72051, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Danny Dreamer and li'l Silly Sally. 

(F 71290, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71535, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71719, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

— - (F 72053, Jan. 5, 1909.) 



Tribune co. — Continued. 

Mamma's angel child. (F 71288. 

Dec. 14, 190S.) 

(F 71532, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71722, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72056, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Mr. Jonah Jimsenweed. (F 71287, 

Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Old Opie Dilldock's stories. (F 

71286, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

(F 71536, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71721, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72052, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Omnibus boy. (F 71289, Dec. 14, 

1908.) 

(F 71533, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71718, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

(F 72054, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Pranks of Fourpaws. (F 71114, Dec. 

8, 1908.) 

(F 71534, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

(F 71717, Dec. 28, 190S.) 

(F 72055, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Trimpey (E. Burt), Anderson, S. C. 

[2399 
Daisies. (H 119541, Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Turner (Horace K.) co., Newton 
Center, Mass. (2400-2480 

Discoverers and colonizers led . . . 
the Mississippi; by Edwin H. Blash- 
field. (H 120074, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Edict of toleration of Lord Balti- 
more; by Edwin H. Blashfield. (H 

120072, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

[Lincoln (Abraham)] The boy 
Lincoln; by Eastman Johnson. (H 
120071, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Triumph of Minnesota (as a grain 
state) ; by Edwin H. Blashfield. (H 

120073, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Nov. 20, 1908. 

Amiens, France. 1, 2. — Bale, 
Switzerland, Das Minister. — Chartres 
cathedral, exterior, front elevation. — 
Chester, England. 1-4. — Dumfries. 1- 
4.— Graduate (The) ; Blashfield.— 
Hamilton (Lady) as Daphne; Roin- 
ney. — Hamilton (Alexander) ; Trum- 
bull. — Hare (Master) ; Reynolds. — 
Hathaway' s (Ann) cottage, Shottery, 
England. — Hawarden, Wales, Mary 
Arden's cottage. — Humboldt (Baron 
Alexander von) ; Schrader. — Inter- 
laken, Switzerland. The Jungfrau. — 
Lincoln, England. 1-8. — London, Eng- 
land. 1-6. — Lucerne, Switzerland. 1- 
3. — Madonna of the rose ; Dagnan-Bou- 



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Turner (Horace K.) co. — Continued, 
veret. — Nelson (Lord) in the cabin of 
the Victory; Lucy. — Paris, France. 1- 
16. — Peterborough, England, Cathe- 
dral. 1, 2. — Portia ; by Millais. — Queen 
Elizabeth signing death warrant of 
Mary Stuart; by Schrader. — Roman 
girl at fountain; by Leon J. F. Bon- 
nat. — Roman triumph; by Bernet. — 
Spring flowers; by Peele. — Stratford- 
upon-Avon, England. 1-7. — Temple of 
the winds at sunset; by Loeb. — Wash- 
ington and Lafayette at Mt. Vernon; 
by Rossiter. — Whitman (Walt) ; by 
Alexander.— York Minster. 1-5. (H. 
120541-120617, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[2481-2490 
Bles't be the tie that binds. (F 
71601, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Circumstantial evidence. (F 71877, 
Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Darktown stork. (F 71602, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

Eleven o'clock. (F 71603, Dec. 24, 
3908.) 

Good luck. (F 71604, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Good night. ( F 71791, Dec. 28, 1908. ) 

Habeas corpus. (F 71878, Dec. 30, 
1908.) 

On guard. (F 71605, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Still smoking. (F 71792, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Wise art silent. (F 71606, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

Underwood & Underwood, New York, 
N. Y. [2491-2612 

[Stereoscopic photographs] U 29418, 
U 29924, U 36534, U 41922, U 41996, U 
42716, U 42813, U 42899, U 43589, U 
54651. U 61366, U 67642, U 68433, U 
70610, U 83001, U 85138, U 87417, U 
87675, U 91283, U 92736, U 100652, U 
100839, U 100868, U 104150, U 105102, 
U 106873, U 108910. (H 119612- 
119638, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

U 44997, U 48425, U 48601, U 

89817, U 92781, U 100203. (H 120065- 
120070, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

U 33132, U 38972, U 68698, U 

88594, U 89249, U 90844, U 93000, U 
93821, U 93842, U 106902, U 112961, U 
112963, U 114781, U 114784, U 114792, 
U 114814, U 114838, U 114849, U 
114851, U 114852, U 114886, U 114887, 
U 114891, U 114899, U 114917, U 
115090, U 115099, U 115109, U 115154, 
U 115683, U 115686, U 115690, U 



s 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued 
107640. (H 120317-120349, Dec. 24, 
1908 ; 2 c. of each Dec. 26, 1908.) 

U 28637, U 33208, U 33292, 

33842, U 33969, U 59321, U 88592, 
88661, U 98897, U 104055, U 107293, 
U 114895. (H 120521-120532, Dec. 30, 
1908.) 

U 81830, U 81876, U 83005, U 

83011, U 83047. (H 120986-120990, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

U 30463, U 36394, U 83019, U 

83029, U 83036, U 83038, U 94219, U 
94399, U 115707, U 115709, U 115713, 
U 115715, U 115718, U 115719. (H 
121249-121262, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

U 31112, U 31148, U 52322, U 

52332, U 59071, U 94028, U 115249, U 
115318, U 115329, U 115336, U 115354, 
U 115361, U 115408, U 115413, U 
115419, U 115428, U 115478, U 115484 
U 15490, U 115499, U 115533, U 115589, 
U 115604, U 115614, U 115622. (H 
121298-121322, Jan. 6, 1908.) 

U. S. FASHION & SAMPLE BOOK CO., 

Philadelphia, Pa. [2613, 2614 

At the game. (G 20321, Dec. 4, 

1908.) 
Three of a kind. (G 20320, Dec. 4, 

1908.) 

United States lithograph co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [2615-2634 

[Posters] 11745, 11789, 11791,11796. 
(G 20363-20366, Dec. 10, 1908.) 

11777, 11792, 11798, 11800. (G 

20380-20383, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

11817. (G 20408, Dec. 18, 

1908.) 

11781, 11815. (G 20413, 20414, 

Dec. 19, 1908.) 

— 1178 and Henry Ludlowe 1-3. 
(G 20419-20422, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

11811, 11812, 11814, 11823 and 

Ideal female head. (G 20551-20555, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Vitagraph co. of America, New York, 
N. Y. [2635-2644 

Bride of Lammermoor. (H 120078, 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Bride of Tabaiva. (H 120476, Dec. 
29, 1908.) 

Castaways. (H 120413, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

Cure for bashfulness. (H 120077, 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 

He went to see the devil play. (H 
120412, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Heroine of the forge. (H 120415, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 



30 



nos. 1-4, Jan. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
1909 



2789 



VlTAGRAPH CO. OF AMERICA — Cont'd. 

Painting (The) (H 120076. Dec. 
19, 1908.) 

Sister's love. (H 120075, Dec. 19, 
190S. ) 

Telepathic warning. (H 120414, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Two sons. (H 120475, Dec. 29, 
1908.) 
Voss ( A. G. ) , Chicago, 111. [2645-2660 

American beauties. — Autumn 
woods. — Breakers. — Calling up. — Down 
on the farm. — Golden autumn. — In- 
viting. — Making friends. — Mighty 
monarch. — November afternoon. — Old 
melodies. — Old mill. — Springtime. — 
Sweetheart days. — Truce. — Winter 
rose. [16 prints] (F 71879-71894, 
Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Walsh (Clyde). Charlotte, N. C. 

[2661 
Butterfly art poster. (F 71321, Dec. 
15, 1908.) 

Warren (O. B.), Hibbing, Minn. 

[2662 
Hopi Indian mother and child. (H 
120850, Dec. 31. 1908; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
190S.) 

Washburn (Dexter Carleton), Bos- 
ton, Mass. [2663 
First fisherman. (F 71631, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Wasson (C L.), Decatur, 111. 

[2664, 2665 

Burns' monument, Ayrshire, Scot- 
land. (H 120940, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Luitpold (Prince regent) at head of 
Cavalry band, Munich, Germany. (H 
120941, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Watertown post card co., Watertown, 
S. Dak. [2666 

Leggo. (H 120849, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Weiss (Hilda H.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[2667 
Lincoln (Abraham), with inscrip- 
tion. (H 119653, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Wentworth (L. A.), Lynn, Mass. 

[2668-2673 

Lynn woods, Glen Lewis pond. (H 
121180, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Lynn shore drive. 1-5. (H 121175- 
121179, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Wesley advertising co., Chicago, 111. 

[2674-2681 
[Illustrations of the advantage of 
saving.] 1-8. (F 71523-71530, Dec. 
21, 1908.) 



Westermann (L. A.), New York, 
N. Y. [2682-2686 

Betty. (F 72065, Jan. 5, 1909.) 
Lingerie lady. (F 71522, Dec. 21, 

1908.) 

Spring girl. (F 72066, Jan. 5, 

1909.) 

Trio. (F 71545, Dec. 22, 1908.) 
Vanity. (F 71394, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Wheeler (John Dee), Leavenworth, 
Wash. [2687, 2688 

Great northern railroad power 
plant. 900, 902. (H 120084, 120085, 
Dec. 19, 1908; 2 c. of each Nov. 27, 
1908.) 

Wheeler (La A^erne F.), Paw Paw, 

Mich. [2689 

Philadelphia, Fairmount park, Fairy 

falls. (H 120058, Dec. 18, 1908; 2 c. 

Dec. 19, 1908.) 

White (H. C.) co., North Bennington, 
Vt. [2690-2732 

Bellagio, Italy. 1801, 1802.— Bo- 
logna, Italy. 1756. — Borromeo's 
(Count) famous terraced gardens, 
Isola Bella, Lake Maggiore, Italy. 
1S03.— Capri, Bay of Naples, Italy. 
1735. — Certosa di Pavia, near Milan, 
Italy. 1807.— Florence, Italy. 1736- 
1740, 1752.— Genoa, Italy. 1809, 
1862.— Lake Maggiore, Italy. 1804.— 
Milan, Italy. 1791-1794.— Moonlight 
on the Gulf of Salerno, Italy. 1734.— 
Naples, Italy. 1711, 1712.— Perugia, 
Italy. 1686, 1687, 1689.— Picturesque 
fishing village of Cetara, Italy. 1730. — 
Pisa, Italy. 1753, 1754. — Rome, Italy. 
1643, 1644, 1671.— Tilling the soil in the 
fertile hills of Umbria near Assisi, 
Italy. 1688.— Venice, Italy. 1757,1766, 
1767, 1769. 1772, 1773, 1778, 1780, 
1784.— Verona, Italy. 1789, 1790. (H 
120871-120913, Dec. 31, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Jan. 2, 1909.) 

White (James R.), Kalispell, Mont. 

[2733-2735 
Montana elk. 1-3. (H 120159- 
120161, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 

[2736-2738 

Sheath gown girl. (F 71794, Dec. 
28, 1908.) 

We want you on our books. A, B. 
(H 119603, 119604, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Whitney (Albert), Yampa, Colo. 

[2739 
Bear in mind. (F 71837, Dec. 29, 
1908.) 



31 



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2740 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Wight (Sheldon), Elsie, Mich. [2740 
Elsie, Mich., nine views. (H 121273, 
Jan. 2, 1009.) 

Wintemtjte (F. C.)» Anaconda, Mont. 

[2741 

Pioneers (The) (H 119605, Dec. 
14, 1908.) 

Witkowski (K.), South Orange, N. J. 

[2742 

Happy days. (F 71455, Dec. 21, 
1908.) 

Women's trade union league of Chi- 
cago, Chicago, 111. [2743-2745 
America in the making. (F 71201, 

Dec. 11, 1908.) 

Sacred motherhood. (F 71203, Dec. 

11, 1908.) 

Seal of national women's trade 

union league. (F 71202, Dec. 11, 

1908.) 

Wood (Harry), Kansas City, Mo. 

[2746 
Intellectual pup. (F 72001, Jan. 4, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Woodallen (M. C), Mobile. Ala. 

[2747 
Mobile, [Ala.] (H 119681, Dec. 14, 
1908; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1908.) 

Woodward & Tiernan ptg. co., St. 

Louis, Mo. [2748-2766 

Awaiting a cue. (F 71913, Dec. 31, 

1908.) 

Canvassing the district. (F 71914, 

Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Cleo. (F 71915, Dec. 31, 1908.) 
Dorothy. (F 71420, Dec. 19, 1908.) 
Drifting. (F 71427, Dec. 19, 1908.) 
Eye for business. (F 71916, Dec. 31, 

1908.) 

Incoming tide. (F 71917, Dec. 31, 

1908.) 

Keep out of the kitchen. (F 71428, 
Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Lee (Gen. Robt. E.) (F 71423, Dec. 
19, 1908.) 



Woodward & Tiernan ptg. co. — Cont'd. 
Morning's pleasure. (F 71429, Dec. 

19, 1908.) 

Of the tree and vine. (F 71430, Dec. 

19, 1908.) 

Old guard. ( F 71422, Dec. 19, 1908. ) 
Peter Pan. ( F 71424, Dec. 19, 1908. ) 
Pleasant digression. (F 71421, Dec. 

19, 1908.) 

Purity. (F 71425, Dec. 19, 1908.) 
Seeing America. (F 71918, Dec. 31, 

1908.) 

Start in life. (F 71919, Dec. 31, 

1908.) 

Summer. (F 71419, Dec. 19, 1908.) 
Weather birds. (F 71426, Dec. 19, 

1908.) 

Wooten (Bayard), New Bern, N. C. 

[2767 
New Bern water-front. (H 120443, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Wyer (Henry S.), Nantucket, Mass. 

[2768, 2769 

Nantucket, Mass. 1, 2. (H 119601, 

119602, Dec. 12, 1908.) 

Young woman's Christian assn., Ta- 
coma, Wash. [2770-2775 

Details of Mt. Baker's summit. (F 
71990, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Glimpses of the exposition at Se- 
attle. (F 71987, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Maid of the mist. (F 71986, Dec. 17, 
1908.) 

Paradise valley and some flowers 
that grow there. (F 71988, Dec. 17, 
1908.) 

Queen of the Cascades. (F 71985, 
Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Tacoma high school and projected 
stadium. (F 71989, Dec. 17, 1908. 
2 c. of each, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Ziegler (C. P.), Columbus, Wis. 

[2776 
Bernard. (H 120064, Dec. 18, 1908.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit— 900 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 265 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 1,611 



32 






CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

In save space the copyright notice after each description is abbreviated; the statement as 

• to the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 

been received on the day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, 

would read : " Copyright by Mary B. Adelsperger. Chicago, 111. Class I, XXc, no. 

28016, January 6, 1909 ; 1 photograph received January 6, 1909." 



Adelsperger (Mary B.). Chicago, 111. 

[2777 

Spirit of the ihiines. Mantel design 

for fireplace, iu low relief. Female 

figure draped in smoke and names. (I 

28016, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Abler (A.) bros. & co., Rochester, 
X. Y. [2778-2781 

Sight seeing. Two young men gaz- 
ing at some object which is not seen in 
design. (I 28047, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Summer days. In the open with 
one tree in sight are two men attired 
in light grey suits. (I 28049, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

Thoroughbreds. Two men on a ve- 
randa, one sitting on the railing, while 
the other is standing. (I 2S050, Jan. 
9, 1909.) 

Winter time. Two men wearing 
long overcoats, coming down steps, at 
some distance is another man. (I 
28048, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

American label mfg. co., Baltimore, 
Md. [2782-2788 

Bay view. Marine view enclosed in 
fancy border, to the right a man ser- 
vant carrying a tray. (I 28019, Jan. 
6, 1909.) 

Early spring. Two panels, first 
contains trunk and branches of a leaf- 
less tree, second panel contains a land- 
scape view. (I 28017, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Green valley. Evergreen wooded 
mountain ranges upon either side of a 
valley. (I 28022, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Lighthouse (The). Marine view 
with a lighthouse in foreground, back- 
ground, open sea. (I 28020, Jan. 6, 
1909.) 

Midsummer. Three panels, first 
contains a medallion on which is a 
landscape, etc. (I 28023, Jan. 6, 
1909.) 

Sunrise at sea. Marine view at sun- 
rise containing a schooner-rigged ves- 
sel under sail. ( I 2801S. Jan. 6. 1909. ) 



American label mfg. co. — Continued. 
Sweet sixteen. Four panels, first is 
empty, second contains bust of girl, 
third shows landscape, fourth branch 
of a shrub. (I 28021. Jan. 6, 1909.) 

American lithographic co., New 
York, N. Y. [2789 

Medora (La) A. A plain rectangu- 
lar panel having a conventional border. 
(I 27868, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

American show print co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. [2790-2793 

Automobile arriving on the western 
plains. Pester drawing. (I 27877, 
Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Automobile giving chase to an ab- 
ductor. Poster drawing. (I 27878, 
Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Short horn and Hereford cattle 
heads. Poster drawing. (I 27880, 
Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Stock poster no. 8166. Poster draw- 
ing. (I 27879, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

American tobacco co., New York, 
N. Y. [2794 

Tiger. Tiger's head with face look- 
ing at vou from between tall blades of 
grass. (I 27869, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Asbjornsen (Sigvald), Chicago, 111. 

[2795 
Taft (W. H.) Bust, in white metal 
and bronze plated. (I 27993, Jan. 2, 
1909.) 

Beard art and stationery co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. [2796 
Parting day; by Elizabeth Chant. 
Farmer returning with his horses from 
the fields. (I 27890, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Beck (O. W.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[2797, 2798 

Lincoln (Abraham). Profile bust 
aud in front of it is a winged figure 
holding in each hand a torch. (I 
27S66. Dec. 22. 1908.) 



33 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2799 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Beck (O. W.) — Continued. 

Lincoln (Abraham) Three quarter 
view, half length figure of History in 
front of him. (I 27867, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

Beggs (A. R.) & co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[2799 
Cupids symphony ; by Albertini Ran- 
dall Wheelan. Three sections, cupids 
in various positions playing on musical 
instruments. (I 28004, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Bell (Howard Caelton), Denver, 

Colo. [2800 

Daughter of America. Profile lady's 

head with heavy braid of hair. (I 

28001, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Boston sculptttee co., Melrose, Mass. 

[2S01 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by R. Gironi. 

Bust, showing full beard roll over 

collar and bow tie. (I 27992, Jan. 2, 

1909.) 

Braun, Clement & co., Paris, France. 

[2802-2S32 

Au pre des Graves-Villerville, by A. 
Marais. Pasture scene, four cows 
in foreground, two standing and two 
lying. (I 27052, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Aubepine, by Enjobras. Young 
woman wearing loose gown and hold- 
ing twined around her neck a branch 
of white flowers. (I 27973, Dec. 31, 
1908.) 

Automne, by A. M. Gorter. Pass 
way through woods bordered by tall 
trees, on left is rustic bridge. (I 
27951, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Bains de Chloris, by Madeleine Le- 
maire. Bathing scene, nude woman 
emerging from water, patting a swan. 
(I 27970, Dec. 31, 190S.) 

Bains de vache, by A. Stengelin. 
Landscape, showing stream in which 
herd of cows are bathing. (I 27967, 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Belle journee sur la plage de Sche- 
veningen, by H. W. Mesdag. Group 
of fishing boats, three of which are in 
foreground, and fishermen. (I 27955, 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Brume et Rosie de matin, by A. V. 
Mayerie. Landscape showing two 
cows in foreground in front of clump 
of trees. (I 27961, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Champagne ( Le ) , by Belief. Young 
girl in light gown holding uplifted in 
left hand a wineglass. (I 27960, Dec. 
31, 1908.) 



Braun, Clement & co. — Continued. 

Chasseresse, by Danger. Half length 
figure (female) nude to waist holding 
a spear, left hand over neck of dog. 
(I 27958, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Deep sea rain, by Ch. Napier Henry. 
Marine scene, on right a ship under 
full sail, on left a flock of six gulls. 
(I 27964, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Depart pour la peche, by H. W. 
Mesdag. Beach scene showing fishing 
boats and many fishing people. (I 
27948, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Diane endormie, by A. Mercie. 
Woodland scene, nude female figure 
lying in foreground. (I 27962, Dec. 
31, 1908.) 

Environs de Bonny sur Loire, by H. 
Harpignis. Woodland scene, in fore- 
ground five immense trees. (I 27953, 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Farmer's daughter, by Alice B. Ring. 
Peasant girl carrying two great jars 
suspended from shoulder-pole. (I 
27977, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Fees (Les), by Madeleine Lemaire. 
Two female figures in fancy costumes, 
one embracing the other. (I 27971, 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Femme nue, by Lee Robbins. Nude 
female figure seated in armchair, full 
face view. (I 27978, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Gourmandise, by Belief. Young 
girl seated sideways at end of table 
on which is some fruit cake, etc. (I 
27959, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Hallali sur pieds, by F. Maissen. 

J Woodland scene showing deer at bay 

J surrounded by four dogs, on right is 

j hunter on horseback. (I 27949, Dec. 

31, 1908.) 

Mayence, 24 juillet 1793, by A. La- 
| lanze. Military scene, showing regi- 
ment of soldiers emerging through 
arched gate. (I 27968, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Melancolie, by Ed. Bisson. 5865, 
i Young girl, shoulders partly bare, 
| wearing loose white drapery and hair 
I flowing. (I 27975, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Mer du nord, by H. W. Mesdag. 
j Fishing scene, two fishing boats in 
| foreground to one of which fisherman 
i is walking. (I 27954, Dec. 31, 1908.) 
Miroir (Le), by Gervais. Two nude 
female figures in front of fountain, 
one drying her ankle and other look- 
ing in the water. (I 27956, Dec. 31, 
190S.) 



34 



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nos. 1^, Jan., 1909 



2849 



Beaux, Clement & co. — Continued. 

Off-shore wind, by Cb. Napier Henry. 
Marine scene, on left ship under full 
sail. (I 2T9G3, Dec. 31, 190S.) 

Par le bout de l'aile, by Tessier. 
Four children in oriental costume 
seated on stone bank, child in fore- 
ground has hold of a bird by one wing. 
(I 27965, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Paradis perdu, by Gme. Courtois. 
Mountainous landscape, on left nude 
female figure offering apple to nude 
male figure lying on ground. (I 27969, 
Bee. 31, 1908.) 

Printemps, by Eisman Semenowsky. 
Young girl standing beside marble col- 
umn holding over her head branch of 
white flowers. (I 27972, Dec. 31, 
190S.) 

Rosette, by Duthoit. Bust figure of 
young woman wearing loose drapery 
over shoulders, rose on breast. (I 
27957, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Salve regina, by Serendat de Belzim. 
Kneeling figure of young girl wearing 
night gown and hands closed before 
breast. (I 27976, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Soir (Le), by A. V. Mayerie. Land- 
scape showing calf followed by two 
cows and a dog. (I 27950, Dec. 31, 
1908.) 

Soleil brumeux sur la Meuse, by A. 
Stengelin. Scene on banks of river, on 
right is windmill beside which is sail- 
boat. (127966, Dec. 31, 190S.) 

Supper at Emmaus, by Alfred W. 
Soord. Two male figures seated at 
table looking toward apparition of 
Jesus Christ. (I 27974, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Brown (J. G.), New York, N. Y. 

[2833 
Kiss your brother. Three boot- 
blacks sitting on their boxes, center 
boy holding up a young dog. ( I 27891, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Brown shoe co., St. Louis, Mo. [2834 
White House society of colonial 
days. Ball room scene in the White 
House, Washington and others dancing 
the minuet. (I 27889, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Burck (S. Crosby), Chicago, 111. 

[2835, 2836 

Little boy carrying an arm full of 
wood, a small dog holding in his mouth 
a dead branch from a tree. (I 27848, 
Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Young boy sowing seeds, hoe in one 
hand and a little dog capering. (I 
27849, Dec. 16, 1908.) 



Campbell, Metzger & Jacobson, New 
York, N. Y. [2837-2840 

At the game; young woman wearing 
broad brimmed hat, muff and neck- 
piece, holds muff against her chest. (I 
27990, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Flirting; young woman wearing 
broad brimmed hat, automobile veil, 
&c, holding muff up toward her face. 
(I 279S9, Dec. 31, 190S.) 

Merry widow. Bust portrait of a 
woman with a pleased expression, an 
open fan forms part of the background. 
(I 2S046, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Strolling; young lady holding muff 
upon which is a bouquet of violets, 
against her bosom, broad-brimmed hat. 
(I 27988, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Caproni (P. P.) & bro., Boston, Mass. 

[2841 
Lincoln (Abraham). Head and part 
of shoulders in high relief, head un- 
covered. (I 2S010, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Clarke (Clarence J.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [2842 

Emmanuel. A dove, a woman with 
wings, below which is a cross. Quota- 
tions from the Bible. (I 27892, Dec. 
26, 1908.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, N. Y. 

[2843-2848 

Artist (The) ; by Maxfield Parrish. 
An artist in a grotesque attitude be- 
fore an easel. (I 27893, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Baloon man ; Maxfield Parrish. 
Vender holding a number of baloons on 
strings which threaten to blow away. 
(I 27875, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Bareback riders ; F. X. Leyendecker. 
Two bareback riders on a prancing 
horse's back. (I 27996, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Head of the house ; by Charles Dana 
Gibson. Old man sitting at table with 
a bowl before him, little girl sitting 
beside him cutting bread. (I 27997, 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Home again — as the steamer docks, 
by C. D. Gibson ; fat man leaning over 
rail of steamer, in background gentle- 
man and girl. (I 27941, Dec. 30, 190S.) 

Juliet: by Albert Sterner. Young 
woman in a loose trailing robe, on a 
stage, holds bunch of roses. (I 27847, 
Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Cooper (F. J.) adv. agency, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [2S49 
Hahnemann. Bas-relief of Hahne- 
mann, design of leaves on edge. (I 
28002, Jan. 4, 1909.) 



35 



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2850 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Craftsman gtjtld, Highland Park, 111. 

[2850 
Scarab. An Egyptian scarab, the 
side and base being covered with Egyp- 
tian hieroglyphics. (I 27861, Dec. 21, 
3 DOS.) 

Crowell pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[2851 

Valentine cover; by Howard Chand- 
ler Christy. Head of a man and a girl 
in evening clothes, in a heart-shaped 
panel. (I 27862, Dec. 21, 1908.) 

Demabest (Abraham), Rutherford, 
N. J. [2852 

Lincoln (Abraham). Bust made in 
copper bronze, mounted on various 
polished wood plaques. (I 28006, Dec. 
29, 1908; 1 photo, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Deming (Edwin Willard), New York. 
N. Y. [2853-2855 

Bear eating honey; statuary, bear 
cub sitting up with honey nest in his 
arm. (I 27900, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Indian boy and bear; statuary; In- 
dian boy and bear tusseling for a 
berry jar. (I 27898, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Wrestling bears ; statuary ; two bear 
cubs wrestling with arms about each 
other. (I 27899, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Deming (Kathryn), New York, N. Y. 

[2856 

Rocking bear ; statuary ; bear sitting 

down on his hind legs holding his toes 

with his fore legs. (I 27901, Dec. 28, 

1908.) 

Detchon (Adelaide), Springfield. 
Mass. [2S57, 2858 

Baby's bah ad. Picture of an infant 
with verses above the drawing. (I 
27896, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Christmas day. Two verses of 
poetry and decorations. (I 27897, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Devare (Elizabeth Petersen Pr.), 

New York, N. Y. [2859 

McKinley (President Wm.). Bust 

cast in plaster. (I 28007, Jan. 5, 

1909.) 

Draper (A. Frank), Oakland, Cal. 

[2S60 
Merry Yuletide. The words arranged 
in three horizontal parallel lines. (I 
27845, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Flagg (Charles Noel), Hartford. 

Conn. [2861, 2862 

Bartlett (Paul Wayland) sculptor. 

Life-size bust portrait. (I 27870. Dec. 

23, 1908.) 



Flagg (Charles Noel) — Continued. 

Bartlett (Paul Wayland) sculptor. 
Life-size bust portrait, hands showing 
in part at base of canvas. (I 27871, 
Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Forbes litiio. mfg. co., Boston, Mass. 

[2863 

American girls. American girls ar- 
ranged in panel form, showing head 
and bust of each. (I 28027, Jan. 8, 
1909.) 

Friedrichs-Brehm co., New York, 
N. Y. [2S64 

Ennui; by Geo. Brehm. Girl, elbow 
resting on an arm chair, her chin rest- 
ing in hand. (I 28012, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Frye (John H.), Birmingham, Ala. 

[2865 
Under government control. Capitol 
dome surmounted by figure at top. (I 
27882, Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Goldschmidt (Sara). New York, N. Y. 

[2866 
Bear and forebear. Two bears sit- 
ting arm in arm at the base of a trunk 
of a tree. (I 27825, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Greyer (Loins A.), Boston, Mass. 

[2867 
Lucky spudd. Potato resembling a 
human form. (I 28008, Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Gude (Oscar J.). New York, N. Y. 

[2S68 

Panoramic view of Madison square. 

New York; combination photograph 

and drawing of Madison square. (I 

27940, Dec. 30, 1098.) 

Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[2869 

Blufunk. Chinese idol sitting on a 

throne his left hand on his left cheek. 

(I 27803, Dec. 11, 1908. 1 photo. Dec. 

21, 1908.) 

Harban (H. A.), Chicago, 111. [2870 
Foster mother; by M. B. Adelkper- 
zer. A typically bedraggled picka- 
ninny, carrying a white doll baby. (I 
27894, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. 

[2871, 2872 

Man on floor sleeping, smoke from 
brazier ascends, out of it appears the 
legendary figure of Diana. (I 28015, 
Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Woman struggling with man, on the 
shore, men coming over to the rocks, 
prow of boat appears. (I 28014, Jan. 
6, 1909.) 



36 



FINE ARTS 



nos. 1-4, Jaii.. 1909 



2890 



Habtley (Jonathan Scott), New 

York. N. Y. [2S73 

Water baby. Two year old boy with 

fish tails instead of less, grasping a 

nsb. (I 28003, Jan. 1. 1909.) 

Harvey (Eli). New York. N. Y. 

[2ST4-2S7S 

Bashful bear cub ; statuette, bear 
cub standing upright with left paw up 
to its mouth. (I 27944, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Bear cub with bread : statuette, bear 
cub lying flat on his stomach, hind 
legs stretched backwards, fore legs 
clasping loaf of bread. (I 27945. Dec. 
30, 1908.) 

Performing bear on ball ; statuette, 
bear spinning a ball, standing position 
on left foot. (I 27946, Dec. 30, 190S.) 

Rex ; statuette, standing lion with 
head up and mouth open, dead ante- 
loupe lying at feet. (I 27942, Dec. 30, 
190S.) 

Russian brown bear nursing her 
cubs ; statuette, mother bear prostrate 
on her back, two cubs feeding. (I 
27943, Dec. 30, 190S.) 

Hintermeister (J. Hy. ) , Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [2879 

Village blacksmith; old blacksmith 
holding a hot iron with biceps, right 
arm swinging hammer. (I 27947, Dec. 
30, 1908.) 

Hudson (G.). Ukiah, Gal. [2880-2882 
Canvas no. 333. Head of Indian 
child, around his neck is a string on 
which is something tied to keep off 
disease. (I 27860, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Explorers (The). Indian child hold- 
ing a rope attached to a short-baired 
yellow dog. (I 27859, Dec. 19, 1908.) 
Ma-Ku-Ku (The big brown owl). 
Indian boy sitting on ground, caring 
for a sleeping baby. (I 27858, Dec. 19, 
1908.) 

Kanno (Gertrude Boyle), Fruitvale, 
Cal. [2883 

Miller (Joaquin), bas-relief, por- 
traying head with beard. (I 27981, 
Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Knoedler (E. L.), New York, N. Y. 

[2884 
Wine committee, by W. D. Sadler. 
Interior of old English tavern, at table 
in center are seated five men, four of 
them holding a glass of wine each. (I 
27931, Dec. 28, 1908.) 1 photo. Dee. 
29. 1908. 



Kirri:\in i_ur:i; & CO., Chicago, 111. 

[2885-2888 

At the seaside. Young man at the 
beach, water in the rear, with boats. 
(I 27SS5, Dec. 26, 190S.) 

On the boulevard. Young man with 
coat over his arm. (I 27888, Dec. 26, 
1908.) 

Quiet stroll. Young man with dog. 
(I 278S6, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Watching. Young man watching a 
man rowing. (I 27887, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Life pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[2S89-2892 
Christmas morning, after Mr. and 
Mrs. Jack have promised each other 
not to do anything in way of presents ; 
by G. Coles Phillips. Each one being 
surprised with the gift of the other. 
(I 27857, Dec. 19, 1908.) 

Faith — Though he slay me yet will 
I trust them (Job xiii, 5) ; by Bayard 
Jones. Young man and woman in an 
auto that is being driven at a furious 
pace along a country road. (I 28025, 
Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Forty miles from anywhere and the 
parson away on vacation ; by Geo. W. 
Barratt. A dejected couple, she is 
sitting on step of parson's house, while 
the vouth is standing at the door. (I 
28024, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Why is a neighbor's paper always 
better than your own? by Orson Low- 
ell. A row of people sitting in a street 
car each with his or her own paper 
open. (I 27895, Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Littig (W. T.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[2893, 2894 

Brown university, Providence, R. I. ; 
by Richard Rummell. Birds-eye view ; 
(I 27995, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Hamilton College, Clinton, N. Y., in- 
cluding surroundings and all the col- 
lege buildings. (I 27902, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

McCrary (Frank B.), Knoxville, 
Tenn. [2895 

Pickaninnies. Seven little negro ba- 
bies entirely naked, five are standing 
and two sitting. (I 27998, Aug. 19, 
1908.) 

Magee (William D.), Monticello, 
Iowa. [2S96 

Emblematic picture mat. Spread 
eagle, upon breast is a shield the out- 
line of which is raised. (I 27994, 
Jan. 2. 1909.) 



37 



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2897 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Manship (Paul H.), New York, N. Y. 

[2897 

Circus rider; Statue, circus horse 
in act of cantering around the circus 
ring. (127850, Dec. 16, 1908.) 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, France. 

[2898 

Vierge (La) et l'enfant Jesus; by 
E. Hebert. The Virgin seated on a 
low wall holds on her knee the infant 
Jesus. (I 27854, Dec. IS, 1908.) 

Marine national bank of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. [2899 

Shooting the rapids; by Philip R. 
Goodwin. Two guides in a birch bark 
canoe shooting the rapids. (I 27831, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Martin (Herbert M.), Danville, Va. 

[2900 
Kappa Sigma fraternity coat-of- 
arms. Shield, having a diagonal sec- 
tion, a field of five stars, above the 
shield is Caduceus of Mercury. (I 
2S005, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Martin (J. B.). New York, N. Y. 

[2901 
Jolly family; oblong panel showing 
busts of several old men, young men, 
etc., all of whom are about to drink 
some beverage. (I 27987, Dec. 31, 
1908.) 

Martin (Mrs. Mattie J.), Yonkers, 
N. Y. [2902 

Truth will out. A white rooster and 
a white hen looking at each other and 
five black chickens. (I 28028, Jan. 8, 
1909.) 

Nast (C. H.), Chicago, 111. [2903 

Creating the Stars and stripes; by 
Frederick Webster. Figure of lady 
in room making American flag. (I 
28011, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Noble art association, New York, 
N. Y. [2904 

Potter (Rt. Rev. Henry Codman) ; 
by W. Clark Noble. Bas-relief, a 
straight left side profile. (I 27853, 
Dec. 16, 1908; 1 photo. Dec. 7, 1908.) 

Oakland chemical co., New York, 
N. Y. [2905 

Secret (The) ; bust of young woman 
with smiling face, fore finger of left 
hand against her lip, holding in right 
hand a small bottle. (I 27986, Dec. 
31, 1908.) 



Osthaus (Edmund II.), New York, 
N. Y. [2906 

Come home. St. Bernard puppy 
climbing up steps, mother and other 
puppies waiting for him. (I 27833, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Paddock (Willabd D.), New York, 
N. Y. [2907-2910- 

Dancing girl, A; stands, weight on 
left foot with figure inclining toward 
right and twisted toward left. (I 
27982, Dec. 9, 1908.) 

B ; stands inclined slightly 

backward and toward right. (I 27983, 
Dec. 9, 1908.) 

C; stands leaning slightly for- 
ward, with weight on left leg, right 
foot placed backward. (I 27984, Dec. 
9, 1908.) 

D ; stands on right foot leaning 

backward, somewhat supported by left 
foot. (I 27985, Dec. 9, 1908.) 

Pepsi Cola co., New Bern, N. C. [2911 
Health. Woman, in her raised left 
hand she holds a glass. (I 28045, Jam 
9, 1909.) 

Phillips (T. F.) co., Dubuque, Iowa. 

[2912-2937 

Gothic double confessional 10272. 
(I 27904, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Gothic main altar 20103; altar ta- 
ble having Lord's last supper in cen- 
ter. (I 27915, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

20104. ( I 27908, Dec. 28, 1908. ) 

20112. (I 27906, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

20114. (I 27914, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

20115. (I 27909, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

20119. ( I 27910, Dec. 28, 1908. ) 

20121. (I 27912, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

20101; altar table having Ag- 
nus Dei in center. (I 27907, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

20123. ( I 27913, Dec. 28, 1908. ) 

20125 ; altar table having I. H. S. 

in center. (I 27911, Dec. 28, 1908.) 
Gothic side altar 2S000. (I 27924, 
Dec. 28, 190S.) 

28007. (I 27925, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

28008. ( I 27926, Dec. 28, 190S. ) 

2S009. (I 27923, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Renaissance main altar 26065. (I 
27927, Dec. 28, 190S.) 

26072. (I 27928, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Roman side altar 10996. (I 27905, 
Dec. 28, 1908.) 



38 



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nos. 1-4, Jan., 1909 



2958 



Phillips (T. F.) co. — Continued. 

Romanesque main altar 26057. (I 
27917, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

26064. (I 27916, Dec. 28, 1908.) 

-26061. (I 27919, Dec. 28, 190S.) 
(I 27921, Dec. 28, 1908.) 
(I 27920, Dec. 28, 190S.) 
(I 27922, Dec. 28,1908.) 
(I 2791S, Dec. 2S, 1908.) 
(I 27903, Dec. 28, 



26063. 

26066. 

26070. 

26078. 

Shrine 11010. 
190S.) 

Photographische gesellschaft, Ber- 
lin, Germany. [293S-2940 

Merry widow ; by Cecil Aldin. In- 
terior, a gentleman is offering a bou- 
quet to a lady who is sitting on a sofa 
before a tea table. (I 2S000, Jan. 4, 
1909.) 

Quiet rubber; by Cecil Aldin. Two 
gentlemen and two ladies sitting 
around a table at a game of cards. 
(I 27999, Jan. 4, 1909.) 

YVilhelin II ; by Arthur Kampf. 
Portrait of the German Emperor, half- 
length figure in uniform. (I 27884, 
Dec. 26, 1908.) 

Pontone (J.), Chicago, 111. [2941 

Virgin Mary. Bas-relief of the head, 
it represents the Madonna praying. (I 
278S3, Dec. 26, 190S.) 

Quayle & son, inc., Albany, N. Y. 

[2942 
Football group. Medal design, foot- 
ball players in action and modeled in 
relief. (I 27852, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Remington (Frederick), New York, 

N. Y. [2943 

Savage (The). Indian bust — Head 

of Indian, showing teeth and wearing 

shell earrings. (I 27830, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Roth (Frederick G. R.), New York, 
N. Y. [2944, 2945 

Salvator ; statuary ; race horse stand- 
ing, head and neck slightly stretched 
forward. (I 27979, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Star Ruby; statuary; thoroughbred 
stallion standing, head raised. (I 
27980, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Rungius (Carl), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[2946, 2947 
Dauntless. Mountain valley, storm 
-clouds, water in foreground, bull elk be- 
hind. (I 27864, Dec. 22, 1908.) 

In doubt. A bull moose, big rock be- 
hind, timber above it. (I 27863, Dec. 
22, 1908.) 



Scott & Bowne, New York, N. Y. 

[2948 
Nest of babies. Four babies in va- 
rious positions in a nest made of straw, 
twigs, etc. (I 2S013, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Seiter & Kappes Lithographing co., 
New York, N. Y. [2949-2952 

Big game ; by E. Johnson King. Male 
and female lion near the mouth of their 
cave. (127828, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Bonnie lassie; by Par. Head; sub- 
ject wearing a large felt hat with a 
single feather. (I 27827, Dec. 14, 
190S.) 

Orchid girl; by Earl Christy. 
Young woman wearing fur hat trimmed 
with roses; fur neck piece. (I 27826, 
Dec. 14, 190S.) 

Rancho girl; by E. Johnson King. 
Young woman in cowboy dress astride 
a broncho pony. (I 27829, Dec. 14, 
1908.) 

Seiter & Knapps lithographing co., 

[2953 
Susanne. Statue; a small nude fig- 
ure of a woman in seated position, 
hands raised and clasped behind the 
head. (I 27846, Dec. 14, 1908; 1 
photo. Dec. 5, 190S.) 

Spielvogel (E.), New York, N. Y. 

[2954 

Devant la mer, (Before the ocean) ; 

by A. Schubert. A little nude girl 

standing on the ocean beach. (I 27881, 

Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Sturmer (George W.), W. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [2955 
Betsy Ross memorial association. 
Platform having statues at the corners 
and a stepped base, upon which memo- 
rial stands, having dome. (I 27832, 
Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Thomas (Frank C). Cleveland, Ohio. 

[2956 

Affinity; girl in large hat with 

plume, about to eat a piece of candy. 

(I 27932, Dec. 29, 190S ; 1 photo. Nov. 

3, 1908.) 

Tower (A. J.) co., Boston, Mass. 

[2957 
Bad fix. Sailing vessel in a fog, 
the prow of a steamship is appearing 
through the mist, sailors gazing in 
terror at the ship. (I 27S76, Dec. 24, 
1908.) 

U. S. patent specialty co., New York, 

N. Y. [2958 

Lincoln (Abraham). Three quarter 

vipw of bust. (I 27865, Dec. 17, 1908.) 

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2959 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Yobach (W.) & co., Leipzig, Germany. 

[2959 | 
Nachbarskinder (Neighbors) ; by 
Hermann Koch. Party of ladies sit- 
ting around a table in a garden, youth- 
ful gentleman is leaning over the 
fence, (I 2S026, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Yolk (D.), Center Lovell, Me. 

[2960, 2961 

Lincoln (Abraham). Cast of the 
left hand shows the back of the hand. 
(I 27S73, Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Cast of the right hand, show- | 

ing front of the hand. (I 27874, Dec. , 
23, 1908.) 

Yose (R. C. & N. M.), Boston, Mass. 

[2962 

Isabella; by M. L. Macombes. Girl, 
veil bound on her head, leaning on a i 
table. (I 27S56, Dec. 18, 1908.) 

Webster (H. Daniel), Westport, 
Conn. [2963 

Clay (Henry), bronze portrait bust, ! 
head turned slightly to right. (I ! 
27933, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Weiss (Hilda H.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[2964-2966 ! 

Let us have faith that right makes | 

right; design made with quotation l 



Weiss (Hilda H.) — Continued, 
ornamented with bunch of laurel, done 
in bas-relief. (I 27991, Dec. 31, 1908.) 

Lincoln (Abraham). Bas-relief. 
27855, Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Bas-relief of profile with in- 
scription at bottom, For God so loved 
his children. (I 27S72, Dec. 23. 1908.) 



: 



Whitney (William H.) 
non, N. Y. 



Mount Yer- 
[2967 



Lincoln (Abraham). Profile bust, 
under which are original quotations 
with dates of birth and date, 1809- 
1909. (I 28044, Dec. 29, 1908. 1 
photo. Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Witkowski (Karl), Yailsburg, N. J. 

[2968 

First lesson. Girl and boy sitting 

near a brick wall, nearby a basket as 

a bed for a little dog. (I 27851, Dec. 

17, 1908.) 

Wolfson (Morris), New York, N. Y. 

[2969, 29701 

Lincoln (Abraham), full face; high 
relief en placque. (I 27930, Dec. 28, 
1908.) 

in profile; placque in high re- 
lief. (I 27929, Dec. 28, 1908.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1909 1J 







40 



297 1-57 lO 



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COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 4 

Nos. 5-8 

FEBRUARY, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



'T T HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of* 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- J 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copvright by Earl D 
Akin co.. Hillsboro, Wis. Class H, XXc, no. 120706, Jan. 14, 1909 ; 2 copies received 
Jan. 14, 1909. 



Akin (Earl D.) co., Hillsboro, Wis. 

[2971 
Big bear. ( H 121708, Jan. 14, 1909. ) 

Alexandria Washington lodge no. 

22. A. F. & A. M., Alexandria, Va. 

[2972, 2973 

Chair occupied by George Washing- 
ton when 4 " master of Alexandria 
Washington lodge. (H 121532, Jan. . 

12, 1909.) 
Masonic trowel used by General i 

George Washington. (H 122203, Jan. 
28, 1909.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. | 

[2974-2999 
Can you beat it? (F 72373, Jan. 1 

13, 1909.) 
Foxy Grandpa. (F 72549, Jan. 18, 

1909.) 
(F 72S99, Feb. 2, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 1, 1909.) 
Going some, eh? (F 72368, Jan. 13, ! 

1909.) 
Happy Hooligan enters society. (F ! 

72546, Jan. 18, 1909.) 
Happv Hooligan gets a new suit. 

(F 72894, Feb. 2, 1909.) 
Happy Hooligan takes a stroll with 

Suzanne. (F 72370, Jan. 13, 1909.) 
Incident in the life of [Buster]. 

(F 72S98, Feb. 2, 1909.) 
Jimmy. (F 72372, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72544, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72895, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Just [Buster] (F 72726, Jan. 26, 

1909.) 

Katzen.iammer kids meet a smart 

man. (F 72547, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Oh Winnie. (F 72374, Jan. 13,1009.) 

(F 72548, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72722, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Parlev-vous Francais? (F 72724, 

Jan. 26, 1909.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Recitation by Alfred Tennyson and 
[Buster] (F 72543, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

'Scuse me Mr. Johnson. (F 72371, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72545, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72723, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72896, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

These, ladies and gentlemen, are the 
Katzenjammer kids. (F 72725, Jan. 
26, 1909.) 

Widow Perkins and her dog Violet. 
(F 72389, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72727, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Yes, 'twas Hans. (F 72897, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 

American home magazine co., New 
York, N. Y. [3000, 3001 

American home magazine. Cover 
design. Jan., 1909. (F 72473, Jan. 16. 
1909.) 

Feb., 1909. (F 72999, Feb. 5, 

1909.) 

American - Journal - Examiner, New 
York, N. Y. [3002-3112 

Adventures of a bunch of puffs. (F 
• 72426, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Adventures of a pair of trousers. 
| (F 72558, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Are women slaves. (F 72767, Jan. 
| 27, 1909.) 

(F 72957, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Chip of the old block. (F 72132, 
| Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Common people's library of fiction. 
iF 72452, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Diogenes gets square with Ananias 
and Munchausen. (F 72375, Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Do husbands support their wives? 
(F 72156, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Do you know this man? (F 72137, 
Jan. 8, 1909.) 



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3112 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



(F 



11. 



American-Journal-Examiner— Cont'd. 

(F 72275, Jail. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72424, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

(F 72539, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72677, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72S36, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Dogs is dogs. (F 72710, Jan. 25, 

1909.) 

(F 72781, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Frog he would a-wooing go. (F 

72337, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

(F 72454, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 72554, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72601, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

(F 7267S, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72732, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72782, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

(F 72855, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

(F 72904, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72958, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Gentle art of street cleaning. 

72728, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Gimlet club. (F 72277, Jan 

1909. ) 

(F 72377, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72425, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

(F 72541, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72551, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72560, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72644, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72711, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72762, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72S38, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72878, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

(F 72932, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

(F 72959, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

(F 73023, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Great scrap in Washington. (F 
72335, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 72158, Jan. 
9, 1909.) 

(F 72278, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72378, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72552, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72559, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72733, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72856, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

(F 72877, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Hall room boys. (F 72141, Jan. 8. 
1909.) 

(F 72159, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

(F 72338, Jan. 12, 1909.) 



American-Journal- Examiner — Cont'd. 

(F 72427, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

(F 72542, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72555, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72602, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

(F 72679, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72712, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72763, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72839, Jan. 29, 1909.) 



(F 72879, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

(F 72900, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

(F 72960, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Henpecko, the monk. ( F 72138, Jan. 

S, 1909.) 

■ (F 72645, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Hooligan brothers: Happy gets fired 

out. (F 72139, Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Horseback endurance rides all the 

rage. (F 72540, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

How to cook possums^. (F 72556, 

Jan. 20, 1909.) 

I see by the papers. (F 72729, Jan. 

26, 1909.) 

(F 72765, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72837, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Knocko the monk. (F 72933, Feb. 

3, 1909.) 

Mr. Jack. (F 72157, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

(F 72557, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72641, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

■ (F 72706, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72730, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72766, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72875, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

(F 72901, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F 72600, Jan. 21, 

1909.) 

(F 72853, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Mysterious and frightful creatures 

terrorize country. (F 72707, Jan. 25, 

1909.) 

Never again. (F 72140, Jan. 8, 

1909.) 

(F 72453, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 72553, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

■ (F 72708, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72731, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72779, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

(F 72930, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

(F 73021, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

One of those slick propositions. 

(F 72142, Jan. 8, 190*9.) 
Our antediluvian ancestors. (F 

72550, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

42 



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nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



3219 



American- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
Poe centenary causes outbreak of 

ravens. (F 72598, Jan. 21, 1909.) 
Popular plays. (F 7287G, Feb. 1, 

1909.) 

(F 72902, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Secret service. (F 72376, Jan. 13, 

1909.) 
There's a reason. (F 72599, Jan. 21, 

1909.) 

(F 72642, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72709, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 727S0, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

(F 72854, Jan. 30-, 1909.) 

(F 72931, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

(F 73022, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Thousand and one nights. (F 

72336, Jan. 12, 1909.) 
Tightwaddo the monk. (F 72455, 

Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73024, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Washington's note. (F 72643, Jan. 

22, 1909.) 
Wireless in Congress. (F 72764, 

Jan. 27, 1909.) 
Wouldn't it make you mad. (F 

72276, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

American mutoscope & biograph co.. 
New York, N. Y. [3113-3122 

Criminal hypnotist. (H 121531, Jan. 
12, 1909.) 

Fascinating Mrs. Francis. (H 
121876, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Lord of life. (H 121877, Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Love finds a way. (H 121529, Jan. 
12, 1909.) 

Mr. Jones has a card party. (H 
121796, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Rural elopement. (H 121530, Jan. 
12, 1909.) 

Sacrifice (The). (H 121590, Jan. 
14, 1909.) 

Those awful hats. (H 122037, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Those boys. (H 121795, Jan. 19, 
1909.) 

Welcome burglar. (H 121797, Jan. 
19, 1909.) 

American press assn., New York, 

N. Y. [3123-3128 

Nobody loves a fat man. (F 72721, 

Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72776, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72864, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

(F 72872, Feb. 1, 1909.) 



American press assn. — Continued. 

(F 72920, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

(F 73002, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Ames & Roelinson co., New York, 

N. Y. [3129 

Testimonial of graduation. (F 
72790, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Anderson (W. R.), New York, N. Y. 

[3130-3145 

Keep your eyes and mouth closed. 
(F 72291, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Now do you doubt the old story. (F 
72305, Dec. 29, 190S.) 

Twins are an awful care. (F 72304, 
Dec. 29, 190S.) 

What's the use series. 1-12. (F 
72292-72303, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Wubber. (F 72306, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Dec. 30, 1908* 

Anderson pub. co., New York. N. Y. 

[3146 
Devotionals. (F 72476, Jan. 16, 1909 ; 
2 c. Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Ardolino (Mrs. Louisa), Boston, Mass. 

[3147 
Gesfi. (H 121907, Jan. 25, 1909 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. [46 
photographs.] [3148-3193 

Adrift. — Alone. — Annabel. — Au- 
tumn. — Beatrice. — Bedtime. — Best 
wishes. — Betty. — Canoe girl. — Close of 
day. — Cynthia. — Directoire girl. — 
Drifting.— Dolly.— Elaine.— Estelle.— 
Evening prayer. — Fairy tales. — Gladi- 
ola. — Lullaby. — Margery. — Memories. — 
Mirror girl. — Moon girl. — New moon. — 
Pamelia. — Penelope. — Phyllis. — Play- 
mates. — Poinsetts. — Polly. — Pruella. — 
Reflections. — Roses. — Shadow girl. — 
Song of the nightingale. — Sweetheart 
days. — Tulips. — Twilight. — Twilight 
memories. — Twilight songs. — Virginia. 
— Waiting. — Watching. — Wind girl. — 
Young mother. (H 121621-121666, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Augur, Swyers & Machold, New York. 
N. Y. [3194,3195 

First in war, first in peace, first in 
the hearts of his countrymen. (F 
72719, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Lincoln (Abraham). (F 72718, Jan. 
26, 1909.) 

Austen (J. I.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[3196-3219 
Rulers of the world. 1-24. (G 
20821-20844, Feb. 1, 1909.) 



43 



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3220 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 



Babcock, Hinds & Underwood, Bin.? 
ha niton, N. Y. [3220 

Plane (The). (F 72364, Jan. 13, 
1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1909. ) 

Bache (Rene), Washington, D. C. 

[3221 
Baby tree. ( H 121903, Jan. 23, 1909. ) 

Bachrach (Alan), Washington, D. C. 

[3222 
Nelson (Battling). (H 121880, Jan. 
23, 1909.) 

Bain (George Grantham), New York, 

N. Y. [3223-3255 

Anthony (Mark). (H 122283, Feb. 

I, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1909.) 

at the Transformer. ( H 122284, 

Feb. 1, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Baltic coming in. (H 121995, Jan. 
26, 1909.) 

Beecroft (Chester). (H 121710, Jan. 
16, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Bolet (Niconar). (H 121594, Jan. 
14, 1909.) 

Carrying Mrs. Murphy ashore. (PI 
121998, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Destinn (Emmy). 1-4. (H 119176- 
119179, Dec. 4, 190S; 2 c. of each Dec. 
7, 1908.*) 

5. (H 119180, Dec. 4, 1908 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Hardie (Keir) (H 121593, Jan. 14, 
1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 19C9. ) 

Hernandez (Jose) (H 121927, Jan. 
25, 1909.) 

. la Barra (F. L. de) 1-3. (H 122631- 
122533, Feb. 4, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
5, 1909.) 

Lind-Af-Hageby (Miss) (H 122285, 
Feb. 1, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Mene. 1. (H 121711, Jan. 16, 1909: 
2 c. Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Morena (Bertha) (H 121709, Jan. 
16, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Painting living statues. (H 121928, 
Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Posing living statues. (H 121929, 
Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Sembrich (Mme.) 1-3. (H 121243- 
121245, Jan. 4, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
21, 1909.) 

Survivors of the Republic. 1,2. (H 
121996, 121997, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Taft (R. A.) 2. (H 121482, Jan. 

II, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Taft (Mrs. W. H.) 2. (H 121481, 
Jan. 11, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 



Bain ( George Grantham ) — Continued. 

Taft family. 2. (H 121483, Jan. 11, 

1909; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Tsai Fu. (H 121803, Jan. 20, 1909; 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Wallace (D.) (H 122205, Jan. 28, 
1009; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Washing living statues. (H 121930, 
Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Williams (R. J.) (H 122204, Jan. 
28, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Barmore (William K.), New York, 
N. Y. [3256 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.), portrait etch- 
ing; by Otto J. Schneider. (F 72201, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Bartell (Cora B.), Coney Island, 
N. Y. [3257 



Goodluck girl. 
1909.) 



(F 72494, Jan. 18, 



Barton & Spooner co., Cornwall-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. [3258, 3259 

Taft (President-elect and his fam- 
ily, Augusta, Ga., Xmas holidays, 1908. 
1, 2. (H 121359, 121360, Jan. S, 1909: 
2 c. of each Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Beach (Henry M.), Remsen, N. Y. 
[14 photographs.] [3260-3273 

Hinkley, N. Y. — Remsen, N. Y. — 
(H 121597, 12159S, Jan. 14, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Kings falls. — Lumbering 1-4. — 
Moonlight. — Old oaken bucket. — Trout 
tishiug. — Trout harbor. — Veranda. — 
Winter 1, 2. (H 122496-122507, Feb. 
3, 1909.) 

Bieder (J. L.) co. co., Chicago, 111 

[3274, 3275 

As things go. (F 72188, Jan. 11, 
1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1909. ) 

Tom and Jerry. (F 71496, Dec. 21, 
190S; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 



Bishop (J. Knowles), 
Md. 
White (Justice E. D.) 
Jan. 25, 1909.) 



(Allen D.), 



Baltimore, 

[H27G 

(H 121925, 

Wakeman. 
[3277 

(H 



B lakes lee 
Ohio. 



Cross section of an elm tree. 
121417, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Blessing (J. L.), Salamanca, N. Y. 

[3 photographs.] [327S-32S0 

Ah-wey-eyn. B. — Chief Smoke. — 

Senecan lacrosse player and archer. 

(H 121601-121603, Jan. 15, 1909.) 



44 



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nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



3332 



Book news monthly, Philadelphia, ! Buck (Geo. V.), Washington, D. C. 
Pa. [3281-3282 [3305-3307 



Lady Lilith. (F 72537, Jan. 20, 
1909.) 

Spring. (F 7253S, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Borglum (Gutzon), New York, N. Y. 

[32S3 
Lincoln; [by] Gntzon Borglinn. (F 
72136, Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Boston Herald co.. Boston, Mass. 

[32S4-32S7 

Boston's L system. (F 7214(3, Jan. 
S, 1909.) 

Direct from Lynn on the east to 
Forest Hills square. (F 72266, Jan. 
11, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Present defects in Greater Boston 
railroad system. (F 725S1, Jan. 12, 
1909.) 

South side mystic wharf from Chel- 
sea bridge. (F 72582, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Bowden (Chas.), Mnncie, Ind. 

[32S8, 32S9 
Miami university. (H 121580, Jan. 
14, 1909.) 

Western college. (H 121581, Jan. 
14, 1909.) 

Bradford (Charles Sydney), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. [3290 
Battle of Germantown. (H 122036, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Brampton society, New York, N. Y. 

[3291 

Christ: Description of, by Publius 

Lentnlus; with copy of painting by 

Hofmann. (F 73047, Feb. 6, 1909; 2 

c. Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Bretzman (C. F.), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[3202-3294 



Hnssiem Kiazim Bey (Hon.) 1. 
(H 121798, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Shahan (Very Rev. Thomas Joseph) 
1, 2. (H 122021, 122022, Jan. 26, 
1909.) 

Bureau of national literature and 
art, Washington, D. C. [3308 

Richardson (James D.) (F 72153, 
Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Cantwell (Geo. G.), Valdez, Alaska. 

[3309 

Northern lights photographed by 

moonlight. (H 122160, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Carpenter (Charles T.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [3310, 3311 

Base ball design. (F 72846, Jan. 30, 
1909.) 

Basket ball design. (F 72459, Jan. 
16, 1909.) 

Carroll (J. B.), Oak Park, 111. [3312 
Jumping frog. (F 72689, Jan. 25, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Case (W. H.), Juneau, Alaska. 

[3313-3315 
Farallon (Str.) 1-3. (H 122428- 
122430, Feb. 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
30, 1909.) 

Catholic co-operative society, New 

York, N. Y. [3316 

Views of Italian cities destroyed by 

earthquakes. (F 72648, Jan. 22, 1909; 

2 c. Jan. 13, 1909.) 



Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. [12 
photographs.] [3317-3328 

Basket ball girl, 47. 48. — Brushing 
Indiana university, Bloomington, i his own Mir.— C o m m en c e m en t 
Ind. 1, 2. (H 122214, 122215, Jan. ! days.— Foot ball girl, 45, 46.— His first 
29, 1909.) | Christmas. — Italian flower girl. — Lo- 

ll. M. W. of A., 20th annual conven- j retta. — Under the mistletoe. 7 by 9, 9 



tion, Indianapolis, Jan., 
122216, Jan. 29, 1909.) 



1909. (H j by 12.— Wild rose. (H 121468-121479, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Brisley (Frederic), Denver, Colo. 

[329 



Denver forever. (F 72605, Jan. 21, 
1909; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Brown (Murray), Wahpeton, N. Dak. 

[3296 
Tea party. (H 121754, Jan. 19, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Brown brothers, New York, N. Y. 

[3297-3304 
Messina earthquake. 1-8. (H 
121691-121698, Jan. 15, 1909.) 



j Cellier (Margery), New York, N. Y. 

[3329 



New York. (F 72524, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Chapman (Noble), Patchogue, N. Y. 

[3330-3332 

Scooter coming from the water onto 
the ice. 3 C. (H 121747, Jan. 18, 
1909.) 

Scooter jumping an air hole. A. 
(H 121687, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

2 B. (H 121746, Jan. 18, 

1909.) 



45 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Christy (F. Earl), New York, N. Y. 

[3333-3341 

Auto girl. (G 20755, Jan. 30, 1909.) 
Girl in blue. (G 20751, Jan. 30, 

1909.) 

Girl in pink. (G 20749, Jan. 30, 

1909.) 

Girl in red. (G 20750, Jan. 30, 

1909.) 

Irene. (G 20753, Jan. 30, 1909.) 
Madeline. (G 20754, Jan. 30, 1909.) 
Mae. (G 20752, Jan. 30, 1909.) 
Matinee girl. (G 20757, Jan. 30, 

1909.) 

Society girl. (G 20756, Jan. 30, 

1909.) 

Cincinnati horse shoe & iron co., 

Cincinnati, Ohio. [3342 

Wise smithy. (F 72366, Jan. 13, 

1909; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1909; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1909.) 

Clark (Arthur H.) co., Cleveland, 

Ohio. [3343 

Cosy corner in the private library 

of Willis Vickery, esq. (F 71386, 

Dec. 11, 1908.*) 

Clarke (Clarence J.), Los Angeles. 

Cal. [3344 

Emmanuel. (F 72202, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. C. 

[3345-3372 

Ballinger (Mr. Richard) (H 121574, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Carpenter (Mr. F. W.) (H 121575. 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Dawson (Mr. T. C.) (H 122105, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Dawson (Mrs. T. C.) (H 122108, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Foster (Miss Mathilde) (H 122107, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Gompers (Miss S. J.) (H 121573, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Gompers (Mr. Samuel) (H 121571, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Gompers (Mrs. Samuel) (H 121572, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Harding ( Bishop Alfred ) ( H 122108, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Hengelmuller (Baron) (H 122109, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Hussein Kiazini Bey, new Turkish 
ambassador. (H 121579, Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Interior of studio house. (H 121577, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 



Clinedinst (B. M.) — Continued. 

Knox (P. C.) 2nd. (H 122110, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Knox (Mr. Reed) (H 122111, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Martel (Jacquelin de) (H 122112, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Martel (Viscountess de) (H 122113, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Roosevelt (President) (H 122114, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Russell (Mr. W. W.) (H 122115, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Russell (Mrs. W. W.) (H 122116, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Sherman (Mrs. James) (H 122117, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Studio house. (H 121576, Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Takahira (Baroness) (H 122118, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Tillman (Senator B.R.) (H 121568, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Tillman (Mrs. B. R.) (H 121569, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Tillman (Miss Lona) (H 121570. 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Torney (Surgeon General Geo. H.) 
(H 122119, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Wilkie (Mr. John E.) (H 121578, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Winthrop (Beekman) (H 122120, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Coffin (John O.), Lexington, Mo. 

[3373 
Lexington, Mo., Wenthworth mili- 
tary academy. (H 121909, Jan. 25, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Colby (Vincent V.), Denver, Colo. 

[3374-3376 

Gee, I wish I had a girl. (F 72942, 
Feb. 4, 1909.) 

I'm an Elk too. (F 72941, Feb. 4, 
1909.) 

23 for me. (F 72940, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New York, 

N. Y. [3377-338S 

Devasted sea-front of Messina. (F 

72508, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Earthquake in Sicily. 1-6. (F 
72497-72502, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Effect of the earthquake on the 
homes of Messina. 1-3. (F 72505- 
72507, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Ruined city of Messina. 1, 2. (F 

72509, 72510, Jan. 18, 1909.) 



46 



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nos. 5-S, Feb., 1909 



COMMANDERY OF THE STATE OF PENN- 
SYLVANIA, Philadelphia, Pa. [33S9 
Lincoln's anniversary. (G 20760, 
Feb. 1, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1909.) 

boNAT brothers. Manistee, Mich. 

[3390 
Malcontent (The) (H 121453, Jan. 
11, 3909; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1909; 1 c. Jan. 
11. 1909.) 

Cook (E. C), Boise, Idaho. [3391 
Sacred calendar. 1909. (F 72203, 
Jan. 11, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Cooudge (Cassius M.), New York, 
X. Y. [3392, 3393 

Breach of promise suit. (G 20706. 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Dost of a bachelor. (G 20705, Jan. 
1G, 1909.) 

Cooper (William B.). Medford. N. J. 

[3394-3404 
Camden, N. J. 1-11. (H 122651- 
122661, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Courier company of Buffalo, Buffalo, 

X. Y. [3405 

Sis Hopkins, character head. (G 

20855, Jan. 5, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Cox (Edward L.), Houston, Tex. 

[3406, 3407 

Great rock in a weary land. (F 
72786, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Texas prairie shooter. (F 72785. 
Jan. 29, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 18, 1909. 

Crummer (Wilbur F.), Oak Park, 111. 

[3408, 3409 

Lincoln (Abraham) (H 122161, Jan. 
2S, 1909.) 

Lincoln and his living words. (F 
72889, Feb. 2, 1909 ; 2 «c. Feb. 5, 1909. ) 

Crusader monthly. Evanston, 111. [5 
prints.] [3410-3414 

Disasters voice. — No admittance. — 
Sorry lessons. — Under the heel. — 
Which. (F 72700-72702, 72704, 72705, 
Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Cueran (Mary E.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[3415 
His star is watching over us. (F 
7-1814, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Curtis (Mrs. M. E.), Pasco, Wash. 

[3416 
Snow storm hard at hand, Pasco, 
Wash. (H 121984, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[3417-3436 
Eros; by Louise Cox. 1, 2. (H 
122461, 122462, Feb. 2, 1909.) 



Curtis & Cameron — Continued. 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by Geo. J. 
Clark & co. 1-4. (H 1-22170-122173, 
.Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Little Bashful; by Hilda Bel< 
(H 122465, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Little black cat; by Wm. J. Whitte- 
more. (H 122167, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Little Dutch; by Carl F. Becker. 
(H 122425, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Little teacher; by Beatrice Tonne- 
son. 1, 2. (H 122426, 122427, Feb. 1, 
1909.) 

Nautilus (The) ; by Carroll Beck- 
with. 1, 2. (H 122456, 122457, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Sherman (Gen.), statue of; by Au- 
gustus Saint-Gaudens. (H 122168, 
Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Stepping stones; by Beatrice Ton- 
neson. 1, 2. (H 122463, 122464, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Summer breeze; by Howard Russell 
Butler. 1-3. (H 122458-122460, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Twilight ; by Alexander Harrison. 
(H 122169, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Davis (Charles T.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[3437 
Davis engravings of eve colors. (F 
72865, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New York, N. Y. 

[3438 
My valentine. (H 122679, Feb. 6, 
1909.) 

Decorators supply co., Chicago, 111. 

[3439-3458 

View of moving picture theatre. 

1-20. (F 72342-72361, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Denver Post, Denver, Colo. 

[3459-3466 
Adventures of the little Post Want 

ad. (F 72422, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

(F 72585, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

(F 72777, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

(F 72953, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Doc Bird at a mask ball. (F 72874, 

Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Doc Bird in love. (F 72512, Jan. 

18, 1909.) 

Doc's revenge. (F 72255, Jan. 11, 

1909.) 

Doc's turn to laugh. (F 72692, Jan. 

25, 1909.) 



47 



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3467 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Detroit publishing company, Detroit 
Mich. [3467-3480 

Bellows Falls, Vt., Connecticut 
river. (H 1 22431, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Boston, Mass. 1-7. (II 122432- 
122438, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; after Douglas 
Yolk. (H 122629, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Matilija mountain, Nordhoff, Cal. 
(H 122439, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Mother (The). (H 122213, Jan. 29. 
1909.) 

Picardia ; by Gari Melchers. (H 
122680, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Pittsburg, Pa., Carnegie institute, 
ball of architecture. (H 122630, Feb. 
5, 1909.) 

Pueblo, Colo., hospital. (H 121445, 
Jan. 9, 1909.) 

De Witt (E. E.), Jersey City, N. J. 

[3481 
Chips of the old block. (G 20715, 
Jan. 23, 1909; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Dodge pub. co., New York, N. Y. [11 
prints.] [3482-3492 

Age - weight - height. — Baby's first 
photograph. — Baby's first steps. — 
Contents. — Date of baby's birth. — 
Date of first tooth. — First creeping. — 
First outing. — Little gifts are pre- 
cious.— Photographs.— Sweet and low. 
(F 72586-72596, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Doose (H. S. E.), Chicago, 111. [3493 

Trail (The) (H 121704, Jan. 16, 
1909.) 

Dornseif (Frederic J.), Kansas City, j 
Mo. [3494 

Lincoln. (F 72576, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Douglas (S. S.), Jellico, Tenn. 

[3495, 3496 

Jellico twins. (H 122266, Jan. 12. 
1909; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1908.) 

Two in one. (H 122265, Jan. 12, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. IS, 1909.) 



Doyle (William H.). 
Pa. 

Our absent brothers. 
23, 1909.) 



Philadelphia, 

[3497 

(F 72659, Jan. 



Drake (J. D.), Silverton, Oregon. 

[3498-3500 
In snowclad solitude. (H 122010. 
Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Snow-laden firs. (H 122011, Jan. 26, 
1909.) 

Unbroken road. (H 322009, Jan. 26. 
1909. ) 



Drucker & co., New York, N. Y. 

[3501-3503 

Bal de tete. Jan. 21, 1909. The 
Plaza. (H 122564, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Dinner in honor of Governor of New 
York by the Hughes alliance. (H 
122565, Feb. 5, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Possum dinner tendered W. H. Taft. 
(H 121802, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Dunham (E.), Princeton. 111. 

[3504-3511 
Briinfield. 111. 1-8. (H. 121917- 
121924, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Dwiggins (W. A.), Hingham Centre, 
Mass. [3512 

This is Christ the Lord. (F 70763, 
Nov. 23, 1908.*) 

Eaton (Hugh and Margaret), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. [3513, 3514 

Yalhal initial leaflet, 16; 'Tis but a 
little matter. (F 71324, Dec. 1, 1908.*) 

27. Closed Gentian. (F 10986, 

Dec. 1, 1908.*) 

Edison manufacturing co., Orange, 
N. J. [3515-3565 

Adventures of an old flirt. 1-5. 
(H 122074-12267S, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Burglar Cupid. 1-5. (H 121827- 
121S31, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Drawing the color line. 1-3. (H 
121464-121466, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Modest young man. 1-8. (H 
122178-122185, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Origin of Beethoven's moonlight 
sonata. 1-6. (H 122540-122545, Feb. 
4, 1909.) 

Pagan and Christian. 1-8. (H 
121720-121727, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Romance of old Madrid. 1-4. (H 
122174-122177, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

W^here is mv wandering boy to- 
night. 1-7. (H 121437-121443, Jan. 
9, 1909.) 

Worm will turn. 1-5. (H 121432- 
121436, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Eismann (Theodor), New York, N, Y. 
[25 photographs.] [3566-3590 

Beaten to a frazzle. — Divorce rea- 
son. — Don't blow so much. — Hand that 
cannot lose. — I changed my mind. — ■ 
I'm looking for a match. — I'm not that 
kind of a girl. — I'm sorry I missed 
you. — I've got a fellow. — I've got a 
girl. — I've got money to burn. — It feels 
good around the neck. — It's a little 
darkie sir. — Making hay while the son 
shines. — Oh you candy kid. — We are 
looking for a man. — We are taking a 



48 



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nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



3657 



Eismann (Theodor) — Continued, 
day off. — Where are the days of yes- 
terday. — Where ignorance is bliss. (H 
121396-121410, 121412-121415, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

Departure. — Farewell. — Home 
again. — Summons of war. — Word of 
consolation. — Wounded. (H 121838- 
121843, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Elliott (C. P.), New York, N. Y. 

[3591 
New Year. (F 72414, Jan. 14, 1909; 
2 c. Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Elliott (Chas. H.) co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [3592-3596 

Girl with the chrysanthemums. 
Girl with the feather boa. 
Girl with the poppy. 
Girl with the red coat. 
(F 72409-72412, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Rensselaer technical society. (F 
72787, Jan. 23, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909. ) 

English (H.), Wallace, Idaho. [3597 
On the Milwaukee R. R. (H 121751, 
Jan. 18, 1909; 2 c. Dec. 5, 1908.) 

Erving (R. M.), Groton, Mass. 

[3598, 3599 
Groton, Mass., Groton hospital. (F 
72484, Jan. IS, 1909.) 

Lady and spinning wheel. (F 72485, 
Jan. 18, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 4, 1909. 

Esrich mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[3600 
Rich (Herbert W.) (F 72308, Jan. 
9,1909.) 

Ewald (Henry), Tidioute, Pa. 

[3601-360S 
Tidioute, Pa. 1-8. (F 72256-72263, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, Kans. 

[3609-3628 
[College pennant series] 433^38, 
440-443, 445-452. (F 73003-73020, 
Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Ferguson (H. B.), Seattle, Wash. 

[3627 
Seattle, Wash., Results of a regrade. 
(H 122558, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Fine art calendar co., Chicago, 111. 
[7 engravings.] [3628-3634 

Ambitious farmers.— Early fall in 
Normandy. — Experienced angler. — 
Flemish byway. — Helen. — Isabella. — 
AY inter in Norway. (F 72487-72493, 
Jan. 18, 1909.) 



Foley (E. F.), New York, N. Y. [3635 
Pardow (Rev. William O'Brien) 
(H 121999, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Foote (Arthur R.) & co., Charleston, 
W. Va. [3036 

Lee (Robert E.) and Traveler. (H 
121755, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Frazier (Edward James), Thompson, 

Mont. [3637-3640 

Thompson Falls, Mont., buffalos in 

Clark's Fork river. (PI 121904, Jan. 

25, 1909.) 



Falls, Clark's Fork river. 

122631, Feb. 5, 1909.) 



(H 



30, 



Winter scene. 

1909. ) 



(H 122235, Jan. 



Winter 
Montana. 



scene among the pines in 
(H 122234, Jan. 30, 1909.) 



Freeman (Joseph), Colquitz, B. C. 

[3041 
When shall we three meet again. 
(H 121800, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Frueke (Rev. H.), Belleville, 111. 

[3642, 3643 

St. John's Catholic orphanage of the 
diocese of Belleville, 111. A, B. (H 
121702, 121703, Jan. 16, 1909 ; 1 c. each 
Dec. 31, 1908; 1 c. each Jan. 16, 1909.) 



Fulton rubber 

N. J. 



TYPE 



co., Elizabeth, 
[3644-3646 



(G 20710, Jan. 19, 
(G 



Birds paradise. 
1909.) 

Teddy in the African jungle. 
20680, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(G 20703, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Gerard (William), Rockaway, N. J. 

[3647-3652 

Mt. Tabor, N. J. 1, 2. (H 121667. 
121668, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Rockaway, N. J. 1-4. (H 121669- 
121672, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Gerard sisters, St. Louis, Mo. [3653 

Adams (Judge) (H 121515, Jan. 11, 
1909; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Gifford (Ben j. A.), The Dalles, 
Oregon. [3654-3656 

Columbia river. 271-273. (H 
122453-122455, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Gilbert (Mrs. Stella), Council Bluffs, 
Iowa. [3657 

Farmer's love letter. (F 72109, 
Jan. 6. 1909.) 



49 



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365s 



pt. iv. 11. s.. v. 4 



Goodrich (George W.), Stearns, Ky. 

[365S-3663 

Steams. Ky.. burning of the hotel. 
A 1-A 6. (H 122479-1224 S4, Feb. 3, 
1909.) 

Gotham lithographic co.. New York. 
N. Y. [3664. 3665 

It's sood enough for me. (G 20659, 
Jan. S. 1909.) 

Uncle Sam. (G 20660. Jan. 8, 
1909.) 
Graxt (Isaac G.), Newberry. Mich. 

[3666 

Xewberrv public school. (H 1219 SI. 
Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Gray lithograph co.. New York. 
X. Y. [3667-3679 

Ask mother. (G 20723, Jan. 26. 
1909.) 

How happv could I be with either. 
(G 20726, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

I am ready for vou now. Santa 
Claus. (G 20S64. Feb. 4. 1909: 2 c. 
Feb. 5, 1909.) 

I'm plmost readv to believe vou. 
(G 2072S, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Not until we're a little better ac- 
quainted. (G 20725, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Partially under cover. (G 20727. 
Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Perhaps I may, after all. (G 
20724, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Twentieth century courtship. 1-6. 
(G 20729-20734. Jan. 26, 1909.) 
Glbelalax pub. co.. Xew York. N. Y. 

[3680-3682 

Bawl given by the vounger set. (F 
72693, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Drop in the market. (F 72474. 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Hopeless. (F 72451, Jan. 15. 1909.) 

Gtjerix (George P.). TYashinsrton. 

D. C. [3683 

Washington tomb. Alt. Vernon, 
Washington as he appeared in the 
trees at nisrht. (F 70201, Xov. 6, 1908 : 
2 c. Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Gustix (E. TV.), Xew York. X. Y. 

[36S4, 36S5 
Cucoo. cucoo: O word of fear. (F 
72584, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Election dav. (F 725S3. Jan. 21. 
1909.) 

Haas (Heemaxx). Xew York. X. Y. 
[5 photographs.] [36S6-3690 

Back exercise. — Balance. — Diver. — 
Forest bather. — Toe exercise. (H 
122001-122005. Jan. 26. 1909.) 



Hagelstox bros.. Xew York, X. Y. 

[3691 
Garden (Marv) as Salome. (F 
72792, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Haixes photo co.. Conneaut. Ohio. 

[3692-3717 

Atlanta. Ga. 1, 2. (H 121450. 

121451. Jan. 9, 1909 : 2 c. of each Jan. 

8, 1909.) 

Baton Pvouee, La.. University of 
Louisiana. (H 122223. Jan. 30. 1909; 
2 c. Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Lookout mountain. 1-3. (H 122561- 
1225G3. Feb. 5, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
6, 1909.) 

Montsomerv. Ala., Court house 
square. (H 121741. Jan. IS. 1909: 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Xew Orleans. La. (H 121449. Jan. 

9, 1909; 2 c. Jan. S. 1909.) 

2-4. (H 122224-122226, Jan. 

29, 1909.) 

Tennessee coal, iron & r. r. co.'s fur- 
naces at Enslev. Birin media in. Ala. 
I H 121595, Jan. 14. 1909 : 2 c. Jan. IS. 
1909.) 

Tennessee river. 1. 2. (H 122474. 

122475. Feb. 2. 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
1. 1909.) 

Tulane universitv. 1. 2. (H 

122476. 122477. Feb. 2. 1909: 2 c. of 
each Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Hall (G. A.), Clifton Station. Ya. 

[370S. 3709 

Southern R. R. bridge, (H 121S13, 
Jan. 21. 1909.) 

YVfishinErton's (George) church. (H 
121S12, Jan. 21, 1909.) 
Hall (Geo. P.) & sox. Xew York. X. Y. 

[3710, 3711 

Xew York. X. Y. 6101. 6102. (H 
121757. 121758, Jan. 19. 1909: 2 c. of 



each Jan. 20, 1909.) 
TIammersteix i Oscar ) 



Xew York. 

[3712. 3713 

(H 12254G. 122547. 



X. Y. 

Salome. 1. 
Feb. 4. 1909.) 

H.lxixgtox i A. TV.), Xew York. X. Y. 

[3714 

Good luck emblems. (F 72649. Jan. 
23. 1909: 2 c. Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Harding (Milo), Cody, TYyo. [3715 
Trying to conauer Old Steamboat. 

iH 121735. Jan. IS, 1909.) 

Harper & bros.. Xew York. X. Y. 

[3716. 3717 
Diana appears to Pericles as in a 

vision, by Edwin A. Abbev. R. A. (F 

72107. Jan. 6. 1909.) 



50 



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hos. 5- S. Fob.. 1909 



'76 



IIaiu'kk & bros. — Continued. 

1 am sworn. Pericles, Act IV, scene 
I; by Edwin A. Abbey, R. A. (F 
7210S, Jan. 6, 190!).) 

2 c. of each Jan. 20, 1909. 

Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 

[3718-3722 

Old Fort Marion. A. B. (H 121914, 
121915, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Ponce de Leon, court. A-C. (H 
121911-121913, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Harris & Ewing, Washington, D. C. 

[3723 
Sherman (Mrs. James S.) (H 
12200S, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, Mo. 

[3724-3726 

Albuquerque, N. Mex., Indian build- 
ing. 1-3. (H 1216S8-1 21690, Jan. 15, 
1908. 

Hatton (Frank A.) & Weller (J.), 

New York, N. Y. [3727 

Christmas morning. (H 121701. 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Haynes (J. E.), St. Paul, Minn. [372S 
Yellowstone national park. (H 
122164, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Hengist (Theodore A.), Youngstown, 
Ohio. [3729 

New style in architecture. (F 72430, 
Jan. 15, 1909; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1908.) 

Henry (W. C), Waltham, Mass. 

[3730 
Hall clock. (F 727S9, Jan. 29, 
1909.) 

Hershey (Mary Elizabeth), New 
York, N. Y. [3731 

Cupid is a little thief. (F 72665, 
Jan. 23, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Hill (Harry E.), Fort Pierce, Fla. 

[3732-3734 

Florida quail. 652. (H 122157, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Manatee, or sea cow. 662, 663. (H 
122158, 122159, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Histed (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[3735-3744 
Taft (Hon. William Howard) A-H, 
K, L. (H 121854-121863, Jan. 22. 
1909.) 

Hofbauer's (B.) tost CARD CO., Ho- 
boken, N. J. [3745-3750 

Forget-me-not. (F 72610, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Lily. (F 72609, Jan. 11, 1909.) 



HOFBAUER'S (15.) POST CARD CO. — Con. 

Rose. (F 72606, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Roses. 2, 3. (F 72607, 72608, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Viola— tricolor. (F 72611, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

2 c. of each Dec. 31, 190S. 

Hofmann (B.), Rutherford, N. J. 

[3751-3756 
Series 2107A-2107F. (H 122015- 
122C20, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Hogan (John H.), Oroville, Cal. 

[3757-3761 

Bear river. (H 121736, Jan. 18. 
1909.) 

Feather river exploration co. (H 
121737, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Marysville. 1, 2, 5. (H 121738- 
121740, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Hopkins (O. D.), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[3762 
See-saw of the heart to heart talk. 
(F 72423, Jan. 14, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 25. 
1909. ) 

Horgan (J.) jr., Scranton, Pa. 

[3763-3766 
Archbald, Pa., St. Thomas Aquinas 
church. 1-4. (H 122517-122519, Feb. 
3, 1909; 2 c. of each Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Horton (T. J.), North Branch, Minn. 

[3767, 3768 
North Branch, Minn. 1, 2. (H 
121808, 121809, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Houston (William J.), Nickerson. 
Kans. [3769 

To know Him. (F 72186, Jan. 11. 
1909.) 

Howse bros., Trenton, Tenn. [3770 
Costumes worn by Night Riders on 
the night of the murder of Capt. Ran- 
kin at Reelfoot lake. (H 122440, Feb. 

1, 1909.) 

Hull (Dana), Chicago, 111. [3771 
Reynolds (Mr. George M.) 3953. 
(H 122227, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Humphreys (S. J.), Bolivar, Pa. [4 

photographs.] [3772-3775 

Bolivar, Pa. — Conemaugh creek, P. 

R. R. station. — Washington street. 1. 

2. (H 121804-121807, Jan. 20, 1909; 2 
c. of each Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Hutcheson (J. Happlett), Chicago. 

111. [3776 

Dr. Wampen's anthropometric 

science. (F 72580, Jan. 11, 1909; 2 c. 

Dec. 31, 1908.) 



51 



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3777 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Hutt (Henry), New York, N. Y. 

[3777-3781 

Disagreement (The) (F 72160, Jan. 
9, 1909.) 

Going for a ride. (F 72162, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

Flower girl. (F 72161, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Hunter (The) (F 72163, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

New hat. (F 72164, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Hyde (Frederic Bulkeley), South- 
port, Conn. [3782-3789 

Liliuokalani (Queen) (H 122632, 
Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Lodge (H. C.) 1, 2. (H 122489, 
122490, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Lodge (H. C.) & Taft (W. H.) 
1-5. (H 122491-122495, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

International newspaper syndicate 
service, Chicago, 111. [3790 

Idlehr at the Savoy. (F 71405, Dec. 
7, 1908.*) 

Interwoven stocking co., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. [3791 
Cotton. (F 72124, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Irish (E. W.) photo co., Oklahoma 

City, Okla. [3792 

Oklahoma City east from Majestic 

building. (H 120971, Jan. 2, 1909; 

2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.) 

Jackson (H. R.), Littleton, Colo. 

[3793-3799 

Battle practice salvo from the 
U. S. S. Vermont, Manila bay, 190S. 
(H 121685, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Battle target fired upon by U. S. S. 
Vermont, Manila bay, 1908. ( H 121686, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Minnesota (U. S. S.) in a typhoon. 
A-E. ( H 121680-121684, Jan. 15, 1909. ) 

Johnson (L. M.), Chicago, 111. [12 
prints.] [3S00-3811 

April. — August day. — Autumn in the 
woods. — Beach woods. — C o b b s 
Creek. — Evening glow.— Heart of the 
forest. — Loon lake. — November. — 
November day. — Road through the 
birches. — Sunset in the woods. ( F 
72218-72229, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Johnson (Walter Martin), New 
York, N. Y. [3812-3823 

Model graph. 1-12. (H 122024- 
122035, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Johnston (R. W.) studios, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. [3824-3826 
Christmas 1908. (H 121446, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 



Johnston (R. W.) studios — Cont'd. 

McDowell (Robert J.) (H 122282, 
Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Thanksgiving 1908. (H 121447, Jan. 
9, 1909.) 

Kabo corset co., Chicago, 111. [8 
prints.] [3827-3834 

Berkshire II. — Bordeau II. — Charle- 
maine II. — Charlevoix II. — Directoire 
II. — Empire II. — My lady o' roses II. — 
Repousse II. (F 72650-72657, Jan. 23, 
1909.) 

Kauffmann (Fred), Chicago, 111. 

[3S35-3837 
Spring-summer, 1909. 1-3. (F 
72481-72483, Jan. 7, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Kelz (I. D.), Reynoldsville, Pa. 

[3838-3845 
Reynoldsville. Pa. 1-8. (H 122420- 
122424, Feb. 1, 1909; 122513-122515, 
Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Kemp (George), Reading, Pa. [3S46 
Arab patrol of Rajah temple. (H 
121517, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Kemp (W. M.), Pierre, S. Dak. [3847 
Proposed improvements of South 
Dakota capitol grounds. (H 121589, 
Jan. 14, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Kephart (S. B.), Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 

[3848 
Ten commandment motto. (G 
20403, Dec. 10, 1908; 2 c. Nov. 4, 
1908.) 

Ketteslinus lithographic co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. [4 chromos.] 

[3849-3852 
Holly and mistletoe. — Holly and pine 
cones. — Holly on wood. — Violet clus- 
ters. ('G 20680-206S3, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Kettern (G. Theo.), Philadelphia. 
Pa. [3853 

Philadelphia rifle club girl. (F 
72522, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Keystone view co., Meadville, Pa. 

[3S54-4059 

Adelaide, Australia. Flamingoes. 
15912. (H 120693, Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. 
Aug. 1, 1908.) 

After the explosion of a ten-ton 
blast above Fort Collins, Colo. 14258. 
(H 120640, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1908.) 

Ancanceh, Yucatan, Mexico. 16101- 
16103. (H 120662-120664, Dec. 30, 
1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 22, 1909.) 



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nos. 5-8, Feb.. 1909 



4059 



Keystone view co. — Continued. 

Auckland, New Zealand. 15916. (H 
120097, Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. Aug. 1. 
190S.) 

Barcelona, Spain. 15S11-15S13. (H 
120629-120631, Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 1, 190S.) 

Beet-sugar industry, Canada. 20938- 
20951, 20953. (H 120698-120711, 
120713, Dec. 30, 190S ; 2 c. of each Aug. 
1, 1908.) 

Bourne (Hon. Jonathan), jr. 16515. 
(H 120759, Dec. 30, 190S ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Bryan (W. J.) & Chas. W. Bryan. 
16505. (H 120660, Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Bryan and Kern. 10500, 16501. (H 
120655, 120656, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Bryan's (W. J.) workman grading 
road. 16503. (H 12065S, Dec. 30, 
1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Burgos, Spain. 15S14-15816. (H 
120632. 120633, 120672, Dec. 30, 190S ; 
2 c. of each Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Chicago, 111. 14264. (H 120648, 
Dec. 30, 1908: 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Chinkiang, China. 12079-12081, 
120S9. ( H 120619-120621, 120834, Dec. 
30, 190S; 2 c. of each Aug. 1, 1903.) 

Cleveland hosiery mills, Tenn. Stock- 
ing-knitting machines. 20212. (H 
1212SS, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Cleveland woolen mills. Tenn. 20209- 
20211. (H 1212S5-121287, Dec. 30, 
190S; 2 c. of each Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Conveying salt bv wheelbarrow 
train, China. 12092. *(H 120638, Dec. 
30, 190S; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Eureka, Utah. 14261, 14262. (H 
120643, 120644. Dec. 30, 190S ; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Exploding a ten-ton blast above Fort 
Collins. Colo. 14257. (H 120639, Dec. 
30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1903.) 

Fairview, country home of Wm. J. 
Brvan. 16502. (H 120657, Dec. 30, 
1903; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Hammondsport glen, N. Y. 16525. 
(H 120740, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Hangchow. China. 12086,12090. (H 
120626, 120635, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. of 
each Aug. 1, 190S.) 

Henequen, the wealth of Yucatan, 
Mexico. 18100. (H 120661. Dec. 30, 
1908: 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 



Keystone view co. — Continued. 

Iluai An, China, rice shop. (H 
120623, Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
190S.) 

Hughes (Gov.) of New York, Gov. 
Harris of Ohio, at Youngstown, O. 
16514. (H 120S30, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

I Sing, China. 120S2. (H 120622, 
Dec. 30, 190S ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Irrigating rice fields by the wind- 
mill process in China. 12092. (H 
120637, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1908.) 

Kiang Su province, China. 12084, 
12085. (H 120624, 120625, Dec. 30, 
1908 ; 2 c. of each Aug. 1, 1908. ) 

Leadville, Colo., Moyer mine. 14259, 
(H 120641, Dec. 30, 190S : 2 c. Aug. 1, 
190S.) 

Linen industry, Canada. 20925- 
20937. (H 120725-120737, Dec. 30, 
1908 ; 2 c. of each Aug. 1, 190S.) 

Little mining town of Upper Bing- 
ham canyon, Utah. 14263. (H 120645, 
Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. Aug. 1, 190S.) 

Lyttleton Harbor, New Zealand. 
15915. (H 120696, Dec. 30, 1908: 2 c. 
Aug. 1, 190S.) 

Melbourne, Australia. 15901, 15904- 
15911. (H 1206S4-120692, Dec. 30, 
1908: 2 c. of each Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Mexico. 16108, 16107, 16109. (H 
120867, 120668, 120669, Dec. 30, 1908; 
2 c. of each Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Miles upon miles of primroses in 
Colorado. 14260. (H 120642, Dec. 30, 
1908 ; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1908. ) 

Montreal, Canada. 160S0. (H 
1212S4. Dec. 30, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. 16110, 
18111. (H 120671, 120S01, Dec. 30, 
1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 22, 1909.) 

New York state grapes. 16526. (H 
120741, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Overlooking Hangchow bay and the 
Tsientang - kiang river. 12091. (H 
120636, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1908.) 

Port Antonia, Jamaica. 14492. (H 
120788, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Quebec ter - centennial celebration. 
16032-16051, 16053, 16061, 16063-16069, 
16071. 16072, 16075, 16076. (H 120789- 
120800, 120S06-120S14, 120816-120823, 
1212S0-1212S3, Dec. 30, 1908: 2 c. of 
each Jan. 22, 1909.) 



53 



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4060 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



16507. 
2 c. Jan. 



(H 

22, 



Keystone view co. — Continued. 

Rio Grande River and smelter near 
El Paso, Texas. 16506. (H 120804, 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Salamanca, Spain. 15823. (H 
120679, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1908.) 

San Francisco bay. 
120805, Dec. 30, 1908; 
1909.) 

Saragossa, Spain. 
120678, Dec. 30, 1908: 
1908.) 

Segovia, Spain. 15817-15821. 
120673-120677, Dec. 30, 1908: 2 c 
each Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Strathcona (Lord). 16059. (H 
120815, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Study in Chinese faces. 12088 



15822. (H 
2 c. Aug. 1, 



(H 

of 



30, 1908; 



Aug. 



(H 

1, 



15913, 15914. 
30, 1908; 2 c. 



120628, Dec. 
1908.) 

Suva, Fiji Islands. 
(H 120694, 120695, Dec. 
of each Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Sydney, Australia. [Reception of 
U. S. fleet, 1908.] 15917E-15919E, 
15921E, 15923E, 15924E, 15927E- 
15938E, 15941E - 15943E, 15945E, 
15947E, 15948E, 15950E. 15952E- 
15957E, 15962E - 15964E, 1598SE- 
15970E, 15972E, 15976E. (H 120744- 
120758, 120763-120765, 120767-120787, 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 22. 
1909.) 

Taft (President and Mrs.) 16524. 
(H 120739, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909. ) 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.) 16508, 16509, 
16511, 16513, 16523. (H 120824, 
120825, 120827, 120829, 120738, Dec. 
30, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 22, 1909. ) 

Taft (Hon. William H.) and Gen. 
Clarence Edwards. 16512. (H 120828, 
Dec. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909. ) 

Taft (Mrs. William H.) 16510. 
(H 120826, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Tanning industry, Canada. 20914- 
20924. (H 120714-120724. Dec. 30, 
1908; 2 c. of each Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Tehuacan, Puebla, Mexico. 16112. 
(H 120802, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Tokio, Japan. 14888. (H 120647. 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Toledo, Spain. 15S24, 15825. (H 
120880, 120681, Dec. 30. 1908: 2 c. of 
each Aug. 1, 1908.) 



Keystone view co. — Continued. 

Valencia, Spain. 15827. (H 120683, 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Valladolid, Spain. 15826. (H 
120682, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1908.) 

What would the world be without 
children and chickens. 16527. (H 
120742, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Women pumping water by treadmill, 
China. 12087. (H 120627, Dec. 30, 
1908; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1908.) 

Yucatan, Mexico. 16104, 16105, 
16108. (H 120665, 120686, 120669, 
Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Kilbtjbn (B. W.), Littleton, N. H. 

[4060-4158 

Afternoon tea for the dollies. 17273. 

Always room for one more. 17241. 

And every year when spring-time 
flings. 17259. 

And when the firing was fierce and 
hot. 17254. 

Art and skilful grace, Japan. 17207. 

Artistic touch. 17272. 

Bacharach, Germany. 17227. 

Belmont Park, N. Y. 17282. 

Brighton Beach, N. Y. 17283-17285. 

But the cruel woifnd on his brow was 
hid. 17258. 

Counselor of the future. 17274. 

Dallas, Tex. 17230-17232. 

Day his letter was wont to come. 
17255. 

Fine catch, Japanese mothers and 
their children on a fishing trip. 17209. 

Galveston bay showing the two mile 
railroad, Tex. 17229. 

Graceful hospitality. 17279. 

Gravesend track, N. Y. 17290-17293. 

Guess again. 17277. 

Happiness restored to the governor's 
home. 17248. 

Happv maids of the Orient, Japan. 
17208. 

He placed on my hand a jewel rare. 
17250. 

Lie stole from its nest in my golden 
hair. 17249. 

Heidelberg, Germany. 17223, 17224. 

Hold him tight boys. 17242. 

I'm so glad the teacher's gone. 
17267. 

I seek the grave bejeweled with dew. 
17260. 



54 



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nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



4193 



Kilburn (B. W.) — Continued. 

I shall be very lonely, Rhoda. 17243. 
Intellectual development. 17270. 
Istende, Belgium. 1722S. 
Keeping the score. 172G4. 
Large birds of New England. 17294. 

Life in its fullness and sweetness. 
17281. 

Love's eloquent plea. 17298. 
Melody of home. 17275. 
Oh, this is so sudden. 17276. 

On the battlefield so far away. 
17253. 

Out of harmony. 17269. 
Pleasing compliment. 17271. 

Return, forgiveness and reconcilia- 
tion. 17247. 

St. Goar, Germany. 17225, 17226. 

San Antonio, Tex. 17233-17239. 

See here, Governor, there's no use 
being ugly over this. 17245. 

Send word, he had whispered, for- 
get it not. 17256. 

Sheepshead Bay, N. Y. 172S6-17289. 

Siam. 17210-17221. 

Small birds of New England. 17295, 
17296. 

Sobs were choked down. 17246. 
Social game. 17263. 
Soon a letter came with a blossom 
white. 17252. 

Strasburg, Germany. 17222. 
Tender and true, adieu! 17251. 
Thev brought mv soldier home. 
17257. 

This lesson is so hard. 17268. 
To play or not to play. 17266. 
Tokio, Japan. 17198-17206. 
Waco. Tex., Baylor universitv. 
17240. 

When will papa come? 17280. 

Who will be the first to wed? 17261. 

Winning card. 17265. 

You're the guilty one. 17262. 

You've got him. 17244. 

(H 122294-122392, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

koEBEB (Paul C). New York, N. Y. 

[4159-4161 

Here's an important letter for you. 
(F 72S27, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

I send you herewith a personal mes- 
sage. (F 72828, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Important news, urgent. (F 72826, 
Jan. 29, 1909.) 

72678—09 2 



Kolb bros., Grand Canyon, Ariz. [§ 
photographs.] [4102^167 

Dripping Springs trail. — End of 
Bright Angel trail. — In Arizona. — 
North Rim cattle outfit. — Vernal 
Falls.— Yosemite Falls. (H 121487- 
121492, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Koretke & Young, Chicago, 111. [4168 
Knights of Columbus, Naperville, 
111. (H 121926, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Krattshaab (C. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[4169 
Crytilla. (F 71904, Dec. 31, 190S.*) 

Kruger & Lehnhardt, New York, 
N. Y. [4170 

Worth asking for. (H 121 51S, Jan. 
12, 1909.) 

Ladd (Elizabeth A.) Needham, Mnss. 

[4171-4176 

Needham, Mass. 1-4. (H 122550- 
122553, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Quincy, Mass., launching of the 
North Dakota. (H 122554, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

South Natick, Mass., the bend of 
the river. (H 122555, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Lamb (J. and R.) New York, N. Y. 

[4177 
Memorial tablet in bronze to Ezra 
j Cornell. (H 121444, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

! Lawrence (Geo. R.) co., New York, 
N. Y. [4178-4179 

Minsker young men's commercial 
athletic assn. New star casino. Ban- 
quet; Grand ball. (H 122000, 122007, 
Jan. 26. 1909; 2 c. of each Jan. 28, 
1909.) 

j Lea (A. J.), Chichester, N. Y. [5 

photographs.] [4180^184 

Chichester, N. Y. in winter. — Esopus 

! vallev west of Phoenicia, N. Y. 1, 2. — 

Phoenicia, N. Y. 1, 2. (H 121536- 

121540, Jan. 13, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 

12, 1909.) 

Lee (B. F.) Trinidad, Colo. 

[4185, 4186 

Goss (Frederick) genealogical fam- 
ily tree. (H 121731, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Lee (Josua) genealogical family 
tree. (H 121730, Jan. IS, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Dec. 30, 1903. 

Leeds (Augusta Glose) Chicago, 111. 

[4187-4193 
Leeds (Augusta Glose) Root photos 
1-4. (H 121742-121745, Jan. 18, 1909; 
2 c. of each Jan. 25, 1909.) 



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4194 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Leeds (Augusta Glose) — Continued. 

Svkes photos. 1-3. (H 121541- 

121543, Jan. 13, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
16, 1909.) 

Leeland aet co., Mitchell, S. Dak. 

[4194-4196 

Crating the buffalo. (H 121533, Jan. 
12, 1909.) 

Fat buffalo on the South Dakota 
range. (H 121534, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Soottv Pilip holding down buffalo. 
(H 121535, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Leet beos.. Washington, D. C. 

[4197-4202 
Harrison (Mrs. Benjamin). (H 

119733, Dec. 16, 1908.*) 

Hayes (Mrs. Rutherford B.) (H 
119736, Dec. 16, 1908.*) 

Polk (Mrs. James K.) (H 119737, 
Dec. 16, 1908.)* 

Tyler (Mrs. Julia Gardner) (H 

119734, Dec. 16, 1908.)* 

Tan Buren (Mrs. Angelica) (H 
119732, Dec. 16, 1908.)* 

Washington (Mrs. Martha) (H 

119735, Dec. 16, 1908.)* 



Long (E. M.), Cadiz, Ohio. 



[4217 



Standing stone. (F 72486, Jan. 18, 
J 1909; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1909.) 

! Lobey (Gustave), Albany, N. Y. [4218 
Trask (Mrs. Spencer) (H 121837, 

j Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Lounsbuey (Feed C), Plainfield, N. J. 

[4219-4241 
Coming to America. (F 72908, Jan. 
28, 1909.) 

Defiance. (F 72996, Feb. 5, 1909.) 
Emerald isle. (F 72907, Jan. 28, 
1909.) 

Good sport. (F 72977, Feb. 5, 1909.) 
Grandma's pets. (F 72978, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

I'm just a little bit Irish myself. 
(F 72910, Jan. 28, 1909.) 
In the hay fields. (F 72979, Feb. 5, 



Lehe (L. G.), Cleveland, Ohio. [4203 

Edgewater bathhouse and pavilion, i 
(H 121516, Jan. 11, 1909; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1908.) 

Lewis (Veloeus C), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[4204 j 
Modern fable. (F 72090, Jan. 4, ! 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Life pub. co., New York, N. Y. [4205 \ 

Old guard dies but never surrenders. 
(F 72267, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Lindnee & Chase, Brooklyn, N. Y. [7 
photographs] [4206-4212 

Foster mother. — Gypsie. — Kermit. — 
Noonday dip. — Noonday rest. — Return 
from the bear hunt. — Truants. (H 
121582-121588, Jan. 14, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Lippincott (Olivee), New York. 

[4213-4215 

Kenyon (Robert N.) (H 122014, 
Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Page (Edward D.) (H 122013, Jan. 
26, 1909.) 

Poe (Edgar Allen) and Fordham 
home. (H 122012, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Little (Feed V.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[4216 
Swampscott, Mass., Christmas sea, 
1908. (H 122485, Feb. 3, 1909.) 



(F 72909, 



1909.) 

Kathleen mavourneen. 

Jan. 28, 1909.) 

King corn. (F 729S0, Feb. 5, 1909.) 
Launching. (F 72981, Feb. 5, 1909.) 
Lincoln (A.) (F 72365, Jan. 13, 

1909.) 

Morning sail. (F 72997, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Old homestead. (F 72998, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Pair of shorthorns. (F 72982, Feb. 
5, 1909.) 

Pigs in clover. (F 72983, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Promising youngsters. (F 72984, Feb. 
5, 1909.) 

Telling the story. (F 72985, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Typical shorthorn. (F 72986, Feb. 
5, 1909.) 

Warm day. (F 72987, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

White rocks. (F 729SS, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Winter sport. (F 72989, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Who's afraid. (F 72990, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Worth carrying. (F 72991, Feb. 5, 
1909.) . 

Lowney (Waltee M.) CO., Boston, 
Mass. [8 chromos] [4242-4249 
Autumn leaf.— Cornflower.— NasturH 
tium. — Poppies. — Primrose. — Tea rose. 
—Violet.— Wild rose. (G 20S67-20874, 
Feb. 5, 1909.) 



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ios. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



4326 



Lit.kck & McKibben, Howard, S. Dak. 

[4250 

Carthage. S. Dak., Farmers state 

lank building. 5 by 7 inches. (H 

121825, Jan. 21, 1909; 2 c. Dec. 14, 

L90S. ) 

McClure (T. C), New York, N .Y. 

[4251-4273 

Bub, he's always to blame. (F 
F2207. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72471, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72672, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72858, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Kid cut up puzzle. (F 72676, Jan. 

>3. 1909.) 

(F 72S63, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Marv and her little lamb. (F 72209, 

Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72674, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72861, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

r2205, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72469, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72670, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72S57, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Simon Simple's pet jibboon. (F 

72208, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
Things as they ought to be. (F 

72472, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72675, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

(F 72862, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Those ridiculous questions. (F 

72673, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72860, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 

(F 72206, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72470, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

(F 72671, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72S59, Jan. 30, 1909.) 



McWhorter (L. V.), North Yakima, 

Wash. [42S0^294 

Nez Perce warriors. War 1877. 

0-14. (H 122267-122281, Jan. 18, 

1909.) 

Majestic pub. co., Indianapolis, Ind. 

[4295^307 

Lincoln (Abraham) 1-4. (F 72242- 
72245, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Springfield, 111. 1-9. (F 72246- 
72254, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Mallosy (R. L.), Belief onte, Pa. 

[4308 

Pennsylvania state college. Student 

body, 1909. (H 122023, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

E.), 



Man (Gertrude 
Minn. 
Devotion. ( H 
1909.) 

Offering to the Virgin. 
! Jan. 25, 1909.) 



Minneapolis, 

[4309, 4310 

122526, Jan. 25, 



(H 122527, 



McGirr & co., Philadelphia, Pa. [4274 ! 
Raising of the national flag by i 
Abraham Lincoln. (H 121453, Jan. 11, j 
1909.) 

McIntosh (Burr), New York, N. Y. 

[4275-1277 

Gould (Miss Marjorie) (H 122443, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Hitchcock and Virginia politicians. 
(H 122442, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Taft and Hitchcock. (H 122441, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 3, 1909. 

McKinxey (E. E.), Warsaw^, Mo. 

[4278, 4279 
Warsaw, Mo. 1, 2. (H 121901, 
121902, Jan. 23, 1909.) 



Manufacturing advertising co., New 
York, N. Y. [4311 

Nosey Irishman. (G 20679, Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Marceau (Theo. C), New York, N. Y. 

[4312-4322 
Freeman (Miss Louise) 1, 2. (H 
121898, 121899, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Hughes (Gov. Chas. F.) (H 121900, 
| Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Long (Senator Chester I.) 1, 2. 
(H 122393, 122394, Feb. 1, 1909.) 
Mitchell (Hon. James T.) 1, 2. 
j (H 121896, 121897, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Supreme court judges of Pennsyl- 
i vania. Group of 7. 1, 2. (H 121894, 
121 S95, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Wadsworth (Mr. Craig) 1, 2. (H 
122219, 122220, Jan. 29, 1909.) 



Maring & Blake, Seattle, Wash. 

[4323, 4324 

Alaska - Yukon - Pacific exposition, 
Seattle, Wash. June 1 to Oct. 15. 
The fair that will be ready. (F 72577, 
Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Olympic mountains and harbor from 
Seattle, Wash. (F 72578, Jan. 21, 
1909.) 

Masters (J. C), Woodland, Cal. 

[4325, 4326 

Woodland, Cal., High school. (H 
121460, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Holy Rosary academy. (H 

121459, Jan. 11, 1909.) 



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4327 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Miller (C. R.), Denver, Colo. [5 
prints] [4327-4331 

And the place which knew him once 
shall know him no more. — Bringing 
home a new wife. — Eleven P. M. in a 
Mormon household. — No race suicide in 
Utah.— rastimes in Utah. (F 69901- 
69905, Oct. 31, 190S; 2 c. of each Jan. 
16, 1909.) 

Mishkin (H.), New York, N. Y. 

[4332 

Garden ( Mary ) , Salome. ( H 122557, 
Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Missionary industrial corporation, 
New York, N. Y. [4333-4336 

By grace are ye saved. (G 20683, 
Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Cast thy burden upon the Lord. 
(G 20682, Jan. 8, 1909.) 

I am the Lord, thy God. (G 20681, 
Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Lord is faithful. (G 20684, Jan. 8, 
1909.) 



Mitchell (Jno. J.) 
N. Y. 



New York, 
[4337-4339 j 
American fashions. Sartorial art j 
journal. Jan., 1909. Supplements ! 
A-C. (F 71406-7140S, Dec. 19, 1908; 
2 c. of each Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. 

[4340-4342 

Blossom (Henry) 1, 2. (H 121749, i 
121750, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Stone (Dr. E. E.) (H 121752, Jan. 
18, 1909.) 

Morgan (George Frederick), Ithaca, ! 
N. Y. [4343 I 

Cornell. (H 121427, Jan. 9, 1909; i 
2 c. Dec. 26, 1908.) 

i 
Munn & co., New York, N. Y. [4344 j 

Return of the Pacific fleet. (F j 
72961, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Murphy (Thos. _D.) co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. [4345 

Memories, by Bryson. (G 20702, I 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

National patent & novelty exhibi- j 
tion co., Philadelphia, Pa. [4346 ! 
Official diagram. (F 72736, Jan. 18, I 
1909.) 

Neal (E. B.), Cincinnati, Ohio. [4 i 
prints] [4347-4350 

Automobile girl. — Riding girl. — Sum- [ 
mer girl. — Yachting girl. (F 72666- I 
72669, Jan. 23, 1909.) 



Neipp (Winifred), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[4351 
Beethoven. (H 121986, Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Nelson (Will F.), Atlanta, Ga. [4352 
Taft. (H 121801, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Nevada photo co., Virginia City, Nev. 
[9 photographs.] [4353-4361 

Carson, Nev., State library. — Reno, 
Nev., Mackey statue. — Truckee, Cal. 
1-3.— Verdi, Nev. 1-4. (H 121418- 
121426, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

New York evening telegram (New 

York Herald company), Jersey 

City, N. J. [4362^390 

Book-taught Bilkins. (F 72339, Jan. 

32, 1909.) 

(F 72532, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72735, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72905, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. ( F 72145, 

Jan. 8, 1909.) 

(F 72273, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72457, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 72521, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72680, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72714, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72840, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72886, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

(F 73026, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Neighborly Miss Nosey. (F 72272, 

Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72520, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

— (F 72713, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72885, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Pa Puddinhead. (F 72519, Jan. 18, 

1909.) 

(F 72681, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72884, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Pazaza, it's great. (F 72456, Jan. 

15, 1909.) 

(F 72646, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72841, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72962, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Pilgrims progress. (F 72397, Jan. 

13, 1909.) 

(F 72561, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72738, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72963, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Wisdom of Wiseheimer. (F 72271, 

Jan. 11, 1909.) 

New York Herald company (Jersey 
City, N. J.) [4391-4479 

Angelic Angelina. (F 723S3, Jan. 13, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1909.) 



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nos. 5-S, Feb., 1909 



4479 



13, 1909; 2 c. 



Feb. 



Feb. 



13. 



2 c. 



c. 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

(F 723S9, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72393, Jan 

Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72967, Feb. 4, 1909 ; 2 c 

5, 1909.) 

Bovs will be boys. (F 72969, 

4, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1909.) 
Buster Brown. (F 72379, Jan. 

1909; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1909.) 
(F 723S5, Jan. 13, 1909; 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72391, Jan. 13, 1909; 

Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72965, Feb. 4, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 

5, 1909.) 

Clark (Arthur L.) of Winstead, 
Conn. (F 72746, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Cupples (Mr. and Mrs. Samuel), of 
St. Louis, Mo. (F 72751, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Daily bint from Paris. (F 72155, 
Jan. 9, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 7220S, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72269, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

(F 72274, Jan. 11, 1909 

Jan. 12, 1909.) 

(F 72340, 

Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72398, 

Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 7245S, 

(F 72477, 

Jan. IS, 1909.) 

(F 72513, Jan. IS, 1909.) 

(F 72517, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72533, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72562, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72603, Jan. 21, 1909; 

Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72647, Jan. 22, 1909; 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 726S2, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 726S3, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72715, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72717, Jan. 25, 1909; 

Jan. 26, 1909.) 

(F 72739, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72783, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

(F 72S42, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72S49, Jan. 30, 1909; 

Feb. 1, 1909.) 

(F 72SS0, Feb. 1, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb 

1909.) 

(F 72S81, Feb. 1, 1909.) 



Jan. 12, 1909; 

Jan. 13, 1909; 

Jan. 15, 1909.) 
Jan. 16, 1909; 



2 c. 



2 c. 



2 c. 



2 c. 



2 c. 



2 c. 



2 c. 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

(F 728S2, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

( F 72934, Feb. 3, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 

4, 1909.) 

(F 72971, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

(F 73025, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

(F 73056, Feb. 6, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 

8. 1909.) 

(F 73057, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Excursionists now crowd cabins of 
eastern-bound steamships. (F 72518, 
Jan. IS, 1909.) 

Florida (S. S.) on her way to New 
York. (F 72740, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Furnessia (The). (F 72757, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Interest in ocean travel now cen- 
ters in Mediterranean steamships. (F 
72270, Jan. 11,1909.) 

King visiting the victims in Messina. 
(F 724S0, Jan. 16, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1909.) 

Largest tonnage of season reached, 
in Mediterranean traffic. (F 728S3, 
Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 
72384, Jan. 13, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 72390, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72396, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 29, 1909.) 
(F 72970, Feb. 4, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 

5, 1909.) 

Lynch (Mrs. Eugene) killed in col- 
lision on the S. S. Republic. (F 72744, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Melcher (Mrs.) first survivor to 
reach New York. (F 72745, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Messina [Sicily], Victoria ave. after 
the first shock. (F 72514, Jan. 18, 
| 1909.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
723S1, Jan. 33, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, T9C9.) 

(F 723S7, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

N. Y. Herald talking with Captain 
Ranson of the S. S. Baltic. (F 72743, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Ocean travel is returning to its nor- 
mal condition. (F 72716, Jan. 25, 
1909.) 

Owlet (Herald despatch boat) ap- 
proaching the Baltic. (F 72752, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Passengers of the S. S. Florida 
aboard the S. S. Baltic. (F 72742, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 



59 



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4480 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



New Yoek Herald Company — Cont'd. 

Perkins (Mrs.) being greeted by rel- 
atives. (F 72750, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Perry (Capt. K.) of the Greshain. 
(F 72758, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Prendergast (Mr. and Mrs. William) 
of Jefferson, Mass. (F 72747, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Reggio, after the earthquake. (F 
72479, Jan. 16, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Republic, after passengers were re- 
moved. (F 72753, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Ruler brings relief to his people. 
(F 72516, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Ruspini (Capt. A. M.) of the Flor- 
ida. (F 72761, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Sealby (Capt.) of the Republic. (F 
72759, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Seneca (The). (F 72760, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Smashed bow of the Florida. (F 
72754, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Soldiers working on ruins of St. 
Gregory's church. (F 72515, Jan. 18, 
1909.) 

Spencer (Frederick), 2nd steward of 
the S. S. Baltic. (F 72741, Jan. 27, 
1909. ) 

Survivors embarking at Messina. (F 
72478, Jan. 16, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1909. 

Survivors of the Republic aboard the 
Baltic. (F 72756, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. 
Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 15, 

(F 72388, Jan. 13, 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72394, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 7296S, Feb. 4, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Undiscovered beauties. (F 72604 
Jan. 21, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1909.) 

(F 72784, Jan. 28, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72964, Feb. 4, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Volunteer crew of the Republic re- 
turning to their ship from the Baltic 
(F 72755, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Waggles in Wonderland. (F 72380. 
Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1909.) 

(F 72386, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 23, 1909.) 

■ (F 72392, Jan. 13, 1909; 2 e. 

Jan. 29, 1909.) 

(F 72966, Feb. 4, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 15, 1909.) 



(F 72382, 
1909.) 
1909; 2 c. 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

Wakefield (Miss Elizabeth) (F 
72749, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Wakefield (Miss Harriet) (F 72748, 
Jan. 27, 1909.). 

Woo woo bird. (F 72395, Jan. 13, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 29, 1909.) 

New York real estate board of brok- 
ers, New York, N. Y. [4480 
Tax-payers congress. ( F 72121, Jan. 
6. 1909; 1 c. Dec. 18, 1908; 1 c. Dec. 
29, 1908.) 

New York Times co., New York, N. Y. 

[4481-4481 

Children taken at random in the 
streets of New York. (F 72534, Jan. 
19, 1909.) 

Foolish fashion. (F 72734, Jan. 26, 
1909.) 

Some impressions of the passing 
show. (F 72535, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

Newcombe (Geo. E.) & co., New York 
N. Y. [15 prints] [4484-1498 

American queen. — Apple blossoms. — 
Belle of the dance. — Breakers. — Call 
(The) — Dance (The) — Enchantress 
( The ) — Engagement ( The ) — Finale. — 
Fireside memorie s. — Louise. — 
Mayme. — Motor girl. — Nope. — Reflec- 
tion. (F 72793-72807, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Niblo (Fred), inc., New York, N. Y. 
[30 photographs] [4499^528 

African belle. — African marriage 
ceremonial. — Cannon in the Krem- 
lin. — Crossing Sahara desert. — Fallen 
Rameses II. — Moscow [Russia] 1, 2. — 
Nearest Masonic hall to Mecca. — 
Niblo (Mr.) 1-5.— Niblo (Mrs.) 1, 2.— 
Plowing in Egypt. — Rome, church in. — 
Russian coachman. — Russian sled. — 
Russian women driving. — Sailing on 
the Nile. — Two African mothers. — 
Uganda man. — Venice, Grand canal. — 
Water buffaloes. — Water carriers. — 
Water wheel in Egypt. — Witch doc- 
tor. — Zulu mother. — Zulu warriors. 
(H 121765-121794, Jan. 19, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Dec. 31, 1908.) 



Noble art association, 


New York, 


N. Y. 


[4529 


Eddy (Mary Baker G.) 


(H 121520, 


Jan. 12, 1909.) 





Norwood (K.)» New York, N. Y. 

[4530 

New York City, Interior of Grace 
Church. (H 121748, Jan. 18, 3909.) 



60 



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nos. 5-8, Feb.. 1909 



4632 



Oakes (M. L.), Seattle. Wash. 

[4531^534 
Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition in 
Seattle. Wash., 1909. (H 121932, Jan. 
25, 1909.) 



Parker (C. E.), Cherry vale, Kans. 

[459S, 4599 
Cherry vale, Kans. 1, 2 (F 69936. 
69937, Nov. 2, 1908: 2 c. of each Jan. 
16, 1909.) 



Expressing the big cabbage. (H | p ARKETT (F. J.), New York, N. Y. 

121591, Jan. 14, 1909.) [460 o, 4601 

Loading the mammoth corn. (H | Earl of Granard. (H 121 8S2, Jan. 

121592, Jan. 14, 1909.) \ 23, 1909.) 

Seattle water front from Colman j Forbes (Hon. Donald.) and Earl of 
dock. (H 121931, Jan. 25, 1909.) | Granard. (H 121881, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Olson (O. S.), Argyle, Wis. [4535-4586 I Paulding (John), Chicago, 111. [4602 

For prosperity and the deep water- 
way. (H 121376, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Peeples (Anna D.), Kansas City, Mo. 

[4603 
Aunt Mary. (H 121448, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

Pelton (Herbert W.), Asheville, N. C. 

[4604, 4605 

Biltmore, N. C, Kenilworth Inn. (H 
122217, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Blue ridge from Kenilworth Inn, 
Biltmore, N. C. (H 122218, Jan. 29, 
1909.) 

Penney (F. E.), Wellsville, N. Y. 

[4606 
Direct Hal, 2.04|. (H 122487, Feb. 
3, 1909.) 

Perry Mason co., Boston, Mass. 

[4607 
Youth's companion desk calendar. 
1909. (F 72399, Jan. 8, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 
9, 1909.) 

Pettey (Chas. F.), Lakeside, Cal. 

[4608 
Old Yuma. ( H 122221, Jan. 30, 1909. ) 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[4609-4615 
Interior of house 1-7. (H 121713- 
121719, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Philips & Rance, Great Falls, Mont. 

[4616 

Last chance or bust. (F 72200, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Pictorial news co., New York, N. Y. 

[4617-4627 
Italian earthquake 1-11. ( H 122395- 
122405, Feb. 1, 1909; 2 c. of each Jan. 
21, 1909.) 

Pierce (Henry Havelock), Boston, 
Mass. [4628-4632 

Harkins (Rt, Rev.) (H 121673, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Huntington (Bishop W. R.) A-D. 
(H 122534-122537, Feb. 4, 1909.) 



Argyle, Wis. 1-4. (H 122470- 
122473, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Olson (W. O.), Alexandria, Minn. 

Devil's Lake, N. Dak. 1-5. (K 
121966-121970, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Fargo, N. Dak. 1-33. (H 121933- 
121965, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Harvey, N. Dak. 1-6. (H 121971- 
121976, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Valley City, N. Dak. 1-4. (H 
121977-121980, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Olson photograph co., Plattsmouth, 
Nebr. [4587^591 

Nebraska apples. (H 121676, Jan. 
15, 1909.) 

Nebraska cabbage. (H 121675, Jan. 
15, 1909.) 

Nebraska pumpkin. (H 121677, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Nebraska squash. (H 121678. Jan. 
35, 1909.) 

Shipping Nebraska corn. (H 121679, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Osborn (O. W.), Tahlequah, Okla. 

[4592 
Cherokee chiefs. (H 122549, Feb. 5. 
1909.) 

Ottenheimer (I. & M.), Baltimore, 

Md. [4593 

1000 s' miles in 120 minutes. (F 

72658, Jan. 23, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1909.) 

Outdoor news co., New York, N. Y. 

[4594, 4595 

Recreation bungalow. 1, 2. (F 
72210, 72211, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Palmer (John Stanton), New York, 
N. Y. [4596, 4597 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; [by] George 

Frederick Wright, A, B. (H 121982. 

121983, Jan. 26, 1909.) 



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4633 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Press pub. co. (New York World), 
New York, N. Y. [4633-4653 

Bagnara, Italy, 1, 2. (H 121511, 
121514, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Messina, [Sicily] 1-16. H 121604- 
121619, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Palmi, ruined portion. (H 121512, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Soldiers and relief corps leaving 
Naples for Messina. (H 121620, Jan. 
15, 1909.) 

Soldiers searching for victims in the 
ruins. (H 121513, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [4654-4661 
Paul a prisoner. Fourth quarter. 
Lessons 1, 5, 6, 7. (F 72401-72404, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Paul on the grace of giving. Fourth 
quar., 1909. Lesson 10. (F 72406. 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Paul's last words. Fourth quarter, 
1909. Lesson 11. (F 72407, Jan. 14, 
1909.) 

Paul's story of his life. Fourth 
quarter, 1909. Lesson 8. (F 72405, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Review. Fourth quarter, 1909. Les- 
son 12. (F 72408, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Prudential life insurance co. of 
America, Newark, N. J. [4662 

Fleet protects the nation, Prudential 
life insurance protects the home. (F 
T2S67, Feb. 1, 1909 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1909 ; 1 
c. Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Quinn (F. F.), Texarkana, Ark. 

[4663 
Old reliable farm. (F 72S35, Jan. 
29, 1909.) 

Ragsdale (M. C.), San Angela, Tex. 

[4664 
San Angela madonna. (H 121878, 
Jan. 22, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Rau (Chas. E.), Mason City, Iowa. 

[4665 

N. W. S. P. cement plant, Mason 

City, Iowa. (H 122681, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Reges (George), jr., Washington, D. 
C. [4666 

Over the hurdle. (G 20722, Jan. 25, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Reich (Jacques), New York, N. Y. 

[4667 

Stevenson ( Robert Louis ) ( F 72664, 
Jan. 23, 1909.) 



Richardson (Frank H.), Bedford 
City, Va. [4668 

Peak of Otter and Flattop. (H 
121814, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Roberts (E. D.), Red Oak, Iowa. 

[4669 
Red Oak, Iowa, E. D. Roberts im- 
proved Reid's yellow dent. (H 122486, 
Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Robinson (J. H.), Washington, D. C. 

[4670 
Haulover opening. Nantucket [har- 
bor], Mass. (H 121707, Jan. 16, 1909; 
2 c. Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Rockwell (Mary), Fossil, Oregon. 

[4671 

Off to the mountains. (H 120942, 
Dec. 19, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 
Romans photographic co., Seattle, 
Wash. [4672-4683 

Alaska Yukon Pacific exposition 
series, 12000-12010. (H 121500- 
121510, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Series 12011. Panorama of 

grand basin. (H 121596, Jan. 14, 
1909.) 

Rotograph co., New York, N. Y. [48 
photographs] [46S4-4731 

All teams loaded must keep to the 
right. — All teams must keep to the 
right. — At last I've roped you in. — 
Bacchante. — Blythe and happy. — 
Chrysanthemum Girl — Cow boy girl. — 
Dear friends, We were up most all 
night. — Eclipse (An)— Fluffy Ruf- 
fles. — Full of the best of spirits. — 
Gainsborough girl. — Girl in decollete. — 
Girl with grapes. — How can I part 
with this. — How not to do it. — How to 
do it. — I have a pressing engage- 
ment. — I long to press you to my 
heart. — I'm happy to be lassoed. — I'm 
mixing with the upper crust. — I will 
be supremely happy. — If you still 
doubt my love. — In the light of thine 
eyes. — It was Cupid's dart. — Lamp 
girl. — Letter-writing girl. — Little bit of 
all right. — Little daubs of powder. — 
Mask girl. — Nature fakir. — Nut 
cracker. — Oh what must it be there. — 
Ready for the battle.— Skate girl — 
Snowball girl. — Soul kiss. — Taking his 
time. — Tea spoon. — Tennis girl. — There 
is a little girl. — There is nothing like 
it. — There is only one girl. — To me you 
are the dearest girl. — To press upon 
thy lips a kiss. — When you feel it 
coming on. — Where is my wandering 
boy tonight. — Who'd ever think they'd 
contain such a headache. (H 122581- 
122628, Feb. 5, 1909.) 



62 



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nos. 5-8. Feb., 1909 



4772 



Ruggiero (D.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[4732 
Eating spaghetti. (F 71543, Dec. 
22, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Ryder (H. O.), Auburndale, Mass. 

[4733 

Daughter of the old Bay state. (H 

121197, Jan. 4, 1909 ; 2 c. Dec. 12, 1908.) 

S. F. vedanta society, San Francisco, 
Cal. [4734, 4735 

Jesns Christ in His yoga posture. 
(F 72416, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

[San Francisco, Cal.], Different 
views of the Hindu temple. (F 72415, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Sackett & Wilhelms co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [4736-4743 

Automobile girl. (G 20735, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Cardinal girl. (G 20S45, Feb. 1, 
1909.) 

Helping mother. (G 20S46, Feb. 1, 
1909.) 

Hunting girl. (G 20736, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Little waitress. (G 20847, Feb. 1, 
1909.) 

Little worker. (G 20848, Feb. 1, 
1909.) 

Winter Girl. (F 72887, Feb. 1, 
1909.) 

Won't mother be pleased. (G 20849, 
Feb. 1, 1909.) 

St. Gaudens (Augusta H.), Windsor, 

Vt. [4744 

Sketch by Augustus Saint-Gaudens 

for the La Farge medallion. (H 

121811, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Sander (Philip), New York, N. Y. 

[4745 
American beauties. (F 72691, Jan. 
25, 1909.) 

Scandlin (William I.), Brooklyn, 

X. Y. [4746 

Merry Christmas. C. (F 71590, 

Dec. 23, 190S; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Schrader & Dennis, Three Oaks, Mich. 

[4747 
Thanksgiving greetings. (H 122162, 
Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Scott & Van Altena, New York, N. Y. 

[4748 
Waiting for tourists near pyramids. 
(H 121467, Jan. 11, 1909.) 



Sharp & son, Los Angeles, Cal. [4749 

Glen wood, the mission inn. (F 

72400, Jan. 14, 1909 ; 2 c. Dec. 14, 190S.) 

Shattuck (E. J.) co., San Francisco, 
Cal. [4750 

Photo-chrome color sketch. (G 

20661, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Shaw (E. A.), Boston, Mass. [4751 
American madonna. (H 121465, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), Brookline. 

Mass. [4752^766 

Be my valentine. (F 72190, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Gettysburg address. (F 72192, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Going some. (F 72191, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Happiest (The) day. F 72944, Feb. 
4, 1909.) 

History of the life of Abraham Lin- 
coln. (F 72193, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

I am not bound to win. (F 72194, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

I am your friend, A. Lincoln. (F 
72363, Jan. 13, 1909) ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1909. 

Lincoln, f figure with the words, 
And now God bless you. (F 72362, 
Jan. 13, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Lincoln (Abraham) Copy of oil 
painting. 19 by 24. (G 20664, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Spoonlight. (F 72195, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Spring chickens. (F 72196, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Taft (Wm. H.), Mrs. Taft and 
White house. (F 72536. Jan. 20, 
1909.) 

This world we're living in. (F 
72197, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Two orphans. (F 72198, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Your friend, A. Lincoln. (F 72199, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Siegmund (William C), Chicago, 111. 

[4767 
Lesions of foot and mouth disease 
. . . of cattle. (H 121908, Jan. 25, 
1909.) 

Siegrist (E. J.), North Bend, Wash. 

[4768-4772 

Cougar. 281,282. (H 122124, 122125, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Mt. Si, North Bend. Wash. 278, 279. 
(H 122121, 122122, Jan. 27, 1909.) 



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4773 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Siegrist (E. J.) — Continued. 

Snoqualmie falls, near North Bend, 
Wash. 280. (H 122123, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

Silberer (D. B.) bros., New York, 
N. Y. [4773, 4774 

Ball game. ( F 72661, Jan. 23, 1909. ) 
Child. (F 72662, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Simmons (Eveline), Lakewood, Ohio. 

[4775 
Truth. (F 72475, Jan. 16, 1909; 
2 c. Jan. 6, 1909.) 

Smart (John H.), Hardwick, Vt. 

[4776 
Child of H. L. Herrict, weighing 27 
pounds at birth. (H 121599, Jan. 15, 
1909; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1908.) 

Smith (Albert), Manchester, Vt. 

[4777 
Manchester, Vt., from summit of Mt. 
Equinox. (H 121393, Jan. 8, 1909; 2 
c. Dec. 24, 1908.) 

Spahr (John W.), Beaver Falls, Pa. 

[4778 
Buckeye Lake Park views near Co- 
lumbus, Ohio. (H 122208, Jan. 28. 
1909.) 

Standard scenic co., Kansas City. 
Mo. [4779-4782 

Bryan and Kern at Fairview. 3409. 
(H 121289, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

America's martyred chiefs. 3411. 
(H 121292, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Republican national convention. 
3408. (H 121291, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.) 3410. (H 
121290, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Stanlaws (Penrhyn), New York, 
N. Y. [4 prints.] [4783^786 

Afternoon tea. — Caught in the 
rain. — Cupids advice. — Going homer 
(F 72465-72468, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

State pub. co., Boston, Mass. 

[4787-4841 
Ain't it just like a woman? (F 

72169, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

(F 72367, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72495, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72575, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72688, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72850, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

(F 72S71, Feb. 1, 1909.) 



State bub. co. — Continued. 

(F 72946, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

All nights look alike to Boozy Keer. 

(F 72326, Jan. 12, 1909.) 
Amos and Pete. (F 72204, Jan. 11, 

1909.) 

(F 72421, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

(F 72496, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

(F 72597, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

(F 72690, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

(F 72851, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

(F 72868, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

(F 72956, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Bugtown budget. (F 72327, Jan. 12. 

1909.) 

(F 72570, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72770, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72918, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Carlyle said: Never write a letter 

or lose one. (F 72660, Jan. 23, 1909.) 
Ever know it to fail? (F 72332, 
Jan. 12, 1909.) 

(F 72567, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72775, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72912, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Gink and Dink. (F 72328, Jan. 12, 

1909.) 

(F 72563, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72771, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72917, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Hari Kari, the Jap. (F 72331, Jan. 

12, 1909.) 

It's a long stem that knows no 

thorns. (F 72945, Feb. 4, 1909.) 
It will be a bigger night to-morrow 

night. (F 72870, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Line is busy. (F 72569, Jan. 20, 

1909.) 

(F 72774, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72915, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Pete's kids play joke on old maid. 

(F 72571, Jan. 20, 1909.) 
Reggie Rahrah. (F 72329, Jan. 12, 

1909.) 

(F 72556, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72772, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72911, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Show me. (F 72330, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

(F 72564, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72769, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72916, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Smiths at home. (F 72333, Jan. 12, 

1909.) 

(F 72568, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72773, Jan. 27, 1909.) 



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nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



4938 



State pub. CO. — Continued. 

(F 72913, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Sometimes a practical joke turns 

out all right. (F 72S52, Jan. 30, 1909.) 
Stung. (F 72334, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

(F 72565, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 7276S, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72914, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Surprises will happen in the best 

regulated families. (F 72461, Jan. 16, 

1909.) 

Stecheb lithographic co., Rochester, 
N. Y. [4S42-4S98 

[Lithographed cuts of vegetables for 
seed envelopes] 5*, 12, 14, 28, 52, 62, 
64, 75, 82, 97, 99, 100, 102, 119, 129, 
138, 139, 145, 14S, 178, 190, 194*, 197, 
216, 218, 233, 247, 248, 250-256, 262, 
274, 276, 286, 289-298, 300, 302-308. 
(G 20764-20820, Feb. 1, 1908.) 

Stilson (Wolwoeth), New York, 
N. Y. [4899 

St. John's chapel. (F 72921, Feb. 3, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Stokes (Feedeeick A.) co., New York, 
N. Y. [4 prints] [4900^903 

Junior and the actress. — Naughty 
freshy. — Senior and his fate. — Soph 
and the window. ( F 71997-72000, Jan. 
4, 1909; 2 c. of each Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Stobck (Feed), Butler, N. J. [4904 

Falls at Pompton lakes, N. J. (H 

121377, Jan. 8, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1909.) 

Steauss (J. C), St. Louis, Mo. [4905 
Harrison (Leon) (H 121486, Jan. 
11, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Stbobeidge lithogeaphing company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. [4906-4915 

[Posters]. 09-B-203. (G 20067, 
Oct. 28, 1908; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1909.) 

09-R-13, 09-B-202. (G 20094, 

20095, Oct. 30, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
14, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12951, N. Y. 12952, N. Y. 

12954. (G 20625-20827, Dec. 31, 1908; 
2 c. of each Jan. 14, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12947, N. Y. 12949, N. Y. 

12950, 09-R-201. (G 20641, 20643, 
20644, 20648, Jan. 2, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Stbotjdsbubg & Wateb Gap st. ey. co., 
Stroudsburg, Pa. [4916^919 

Car leaving double horse shoe curve. 
(F 72418, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Delaware Water Gap from inside of 
car. (F 72955, Feb. 4, 1909.) 



Steoudsbtjbg & Wateb Gap st. by. 
co. — Continued. 

Overlooking water power plant, 
Lackawanna & Erie R. R. (F 72954, 
Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Second horse shoe curve. (F 72417, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Stumpf (F. B.), Eureka, 111. [4920 
Eureka, 111., Eureka college cam- 
pus. (H 121708; Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Sunshine ciecle of King's daughtees, 
First M. E. church, Newark, Ohio. 

[4921 
Sunshine circle of King's daughters, 
Newark, Ohio. (H 121906, Jan. 25, 
1909.) 

Swaets (D. L.), Buckeye City, Ohio. 

[4922-4926 

Buckeye City, Ohio, Danville and 
Buckeye Citv school. (H 121563, Jan. 
13, 1909.) 

C. A. & C. fast fast line near Buck- 
eye City, Ohio. (H 122469, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 

Holt's hollow near Cavallo, Ohio. H 

122466, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Icy cave near Cavallo, Ohio. (H 

122467, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Mohican valley near Cavallo, Ohio. 
(H 122468, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Tabee-Peang aet co.. Springfield, 
Mass. [4927-4935 

Anxious moments. 4811. (F 72924, 
Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Early autumn; by Allen Fontaine. 
4827. (F 72925, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Interested. 4816. (H 122520, Feb. 
3, 1909.) 

Moonlight; by Emile Breton. 4806. 
(H 122521, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Near Nahant; by G. M. Hathaway. 
4812. (F 72926, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Old time melodies. 4813. (F 72927, 
Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Rock bound coast ; by Geo. Howell 
Gay. 4825. (F 72928, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Sheepfold (The) ; by Walter C. 
Hartson. 4795. (H. 122522, Feb. 3, 
1909.) 

Springtime; by Carl Weber. 4826. 
(F 72929, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 4, 1909. 

Taggaet (M. W.). Bayonne, N. J. 

[4936-4938 

[St. Patrick day cards] 1-3. (G 
20689-20691, Jan. 15, 1909.) 



65 



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4939 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Tammen (H. H.), Denver, Colo. [14 
chromos] [4939-4952 

Capitol by moonlight. — Colorado 
Springs by moonlight. — Denver by 
moonlight. — Forget bad writing. — 
Garden of the Gods by moonlight. — 
Here's to the seal. — I know you'd 
write a line or two. — I tried to pen a 
greeting. — I write to-day. — Loop by 
moonlight. — My card you'll find. — 
Nothing better than a letter. — Pike's 
Peak by moonlight. — Try smiling. — (G 
20065-20678, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Tarbell (John H.), Boston, Mass. 

[4953 
Impression (An). (H 122156, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Taylor art co., Philadelphia, Pa. [18 
prints.] [4954-4971 

Ach Pat have you kissed the Blarney 
stone. — O' the green shamrock for 
me. — Remember old Erin. — Top of the 
morning to you. — True to old Erin. — 
Wearing of the green. — (F 72212- 
72217, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

To my affinity. — To my aunt. — To 
my best girl. — To my brother. — To my 
dad. — To my darling. — To my dear 
baby. — To my dear mother. — To my 
dear sister. — To my kiddies. — To my 
pet. — To my sweetheart. — ( F 72230- 
72241, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Tebbs (Mrs. A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[4972 
Buddhism up to date. (H 122530, 
Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Thayer (C. C. & A. L.), New Castle, 

Pa. [4973 

Youngstown, Ohio. Building being 

erected for a Masonic temple. (F 

71546, Dec. 22, 190S ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Thompson (Paul), New York, N. Y. 

[4974-49S0 

Clemens (Samuel) (Mark Twain), 
1-6. ( H 121494-121499, Jan. 11, 1909. ) 

Mark Twain's library. (H 121493. 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Tiny tads co., New York, N. Y. [18 
prints.] [4981-4998 

Admiration. — Dressing. — Dressy 
bunch. — Fun on the ice. — G. W. Tad. — 
Going to school. — In doubt. — New 
clothes. — Now all aboard. — Quarrel 
(The). — Rain coats. — Shy. — Snapshot 
( The ) . — Spinner ( The ) . — Stormy 
weather. — Vacation. — Valentine 
(The).— Young and old. (F 72898- 
72825, Jan. 29, 1909.) 



Townsend (Chas. A.), Belfast, Maine. 

[4999-5027 

Bar Harbor. 1, 2. 

Beach hill cliffs, Echo lake and 
Somes sound. 

Bubble pond. 1, 2. 

Cadalic cliffs from Ocean drive, 

Champlain monument, on Sea Cliff 
drive. 1, 2. 

Drive to Jordan pond. 
Dry mountain, on Bar Harbor road. 
Eagle lake. 1-4. 
Gorge (The), Bar Harbor road. 
Great pond and western mountain. 
Mountain view near Bar Harbor. 
Ocean drive, Mt. Desert, Maine. 
Otter cliff from Ocean drive. 
Sargent drive and Somes sound. 
Schooner head, from Anemone cave. 
Seaside inn trail to Jordan pond. 
1, 2. 

Shaded walk to Jordan pond. 
Shore view, near Raven cliff. 1, 2. 
Somes sound. 1, 2. 
South-west harbor from Beach hill. 

(H 122236-122264, Jan. 30, 1909; 2 
c. of each Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Treiber (T. R.), Kansas City, Mo. 

[5028 

Why we ask you not to sit on the 
table. (F 72187, Jan. 11, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Tribune co., Chicago, 111. [5029-5046 
Danny Dreamer and li'l Silly Sally. 
(F 72527, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72617, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72948, Feb. 4, 1909). 

Economical Bertie. (F 72529, Jan. 

19, 1909.) 

(F 72615, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72949, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F 72528, 

Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72614, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72952, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Old Opie Dilldock's stories. (F 
72526, Jan. 19, 1909.) 

(F 72616, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72950, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Omnibus boy. (F 72530, Jan. 19, 

1909.) 

(F 72612, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

(F 72947, Feb. 4, 1909.) 



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5231 



Tribune co. — Continued. 

Pranks of Fourpaws. (F 72531, Jan. 
19, 1909.) 

(F 72613, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

F 72951, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Troth (Henry). Philadelphia, Pa. 

[5047-50G0 

Haarlam, Holland. 9011. (H 122406. 
Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Jerusalem, [Palestine] 9004, 9006- 
9010, 9014-9017, 9019. (H 122407- 
122417, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Sphinx. (The) 9020. (H 122418. 
Feb. 1, 1909.) 

View near KalOniveh, Palestine. 
9018. (H 122419, Feb. 1, 1909.) 
Ttjite (Thomas P.), New York, N. Y. 

[5061 

Bonner (Hugh), chief of N. Y. fire 
department. (F 72866, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. [3 

prints] [5062-5064 

Interested. — Love-light in their eyes. 

— Popping the question. (F 72462- 

72464, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Umbdenstock & Porter co., Chicago. 
111. [5065 

Lincoln's Gettysburg address. (G 

20663, Jan. 9, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1909.) 

Underhill (Irving^, New York, N. Y. 

[5066 

Fire ruins, Hudson and Leonard sts. 

B. 13526. (H 121600, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Underhill (Jas. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[5067 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by G. R. Ha- 
velka. (F 72737, Jan. 27, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Underwood & Underwood, New York, 
N. Y. [5068-5213 

[Stereoscopic photographs] U 81840, 
U 81 869, U 81914, U 94501. ( H 121383- 
121386, Jan. 8, 1909.) 

U 47173, U 47259, U 47466, U 

47599, U 79439, U 82134, U 115597. 
(H 121522-121528, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

U 113852, U 114730, U 115113, 

U 115263, U 115267, U 115433, U 
115464, U 115509, U 115519, U 115566, 
U 115628, U 115722, U 115728, U 
115752, U 115753, U 115758, U 115767, 
U 115772, U 115774. (H 121544- 
121562, Jan. 13, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
14, 1909.) 

U 25006, U 73990, U 82054, U 

86444, U 99663, U 115769, U 115794, U 
115796, U 115831, U 115838. (H 121815- 
121824, Jan. 21, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
22, 1909.) 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

U 115731, U 115755, U 1157G6, 

U 115792, U 115795, U 115798, U 
115799, U 115S00, U 115S24, U 115825, 
U 115827, U 115S35. (H 121S64- 
121875, Jan. 22, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Jan. 
25,1909.) 

-U 27351, U 27365, U 27393, U 

276S2, U 29797, U 32769, U 33008, U 
44142, U 33634, U 33967, U 34169, U 
34498, U 35244, U 38493, U 4746S, U 
47778, U 48781, U 49179, U 49534, U 
67734, U 73141, U 81063, U 82023, U 
83035, U 83056, U 87270, U 87279, U 
96927, U 96944, U 97037, U 99399, U 
99457, U 100055, U 100334, U 100522, 
U 101446, U 104503, U 104507, U 
105273, U 105525, U 108080, U 108920, 
U 114279, U 115207, U 115298, U 115343, 
U 115352, U 115375, U 115405, U 115416, 
U 115424, U 115440, U 115451, U 115456, 
U 115457, U 115523, U 115527, U 115554. 
U 115557, U 115730, U 115793. U 115842- 
115847. (H 122099-122104, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 

U 41846, U S1831. (H 122206, 

122207, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

U 27701, U 28134, U 115410, U 

115471, U 115481. (H 122289-122293, 
Feb. T, 1909.) 

U 46467, U 46680, U 71114, 

73394, U 90758, U 91205, U 91314, U 
106499, U 115538. (H 122444-122452, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

— — U 92785, U 93268, U 93394, U 
93547, U 114824, U 115287, U115292, U 
115330, U 115495, U 115526, U 115717. 
(H 122640-122650, Feb. 6, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Union news co., New York, N. Y. 

[5214 
Highlands, N. J., Front view the 
lights. (H 121853, Jan. 22, 1909.) 

United States lithograph co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [5215-5226 

[Posters.] 11853, 11806. (G 20637, 
20638, Jan. 2, 1909.) 

379, 391, 392, 11784. (G 206S5- 

20688, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

384, 3S5, 11809, 11873, 11874, 

11875. (G 20716-20721, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

VlTAGRAPH CO. OF AMERICA, New York, 

N. Y. [5227-5237 

And his coat came back. (H 122212, 
; Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Cleopatra's lover. (H 121846, Jan. 
22, 1909.) 

Clever trick. (H 122210, Jan. 29. 
1909.) 



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5238 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



YlTAGRAPH CO. OF AMERICA — Cont'd. 

Colonial romance. (PI 121461, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Deacon's love letter. (H 121845, | 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Love of the pasha's son. (H 121463, ! 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Marathon race. (H 122209, Jan. 29, 
1909.) 

Ruy Bias. (H 121462, Jan. 11, j 
1909.) 

Student days. (H 122211, Jan. 29, 
1909.) 

Treasure (The) (H 121464, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Virginius. (H 121844, Jan. 22, 1909.) 
Walker lithograph & pub. co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. [5238 

Summer with its dreaming skies. 
(G 20704, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 111. 

[5239-5269 

Antwerp, Belgium. Botanical gar- 
dens. (H 122151, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Beauty spot of Killarney, Ireland. 
(H 122145, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Beaver dam. Square Butte creek, X. 
Dak. (H 122154, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Belfast, Ireland, Botanic gardens. 
(H 122143, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Boston (U. S. cruiser). (H 122148, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Chicago, 111., East on South Water 
st. (H 122155, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Chicago (U. S. cruiser). (H 122147, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

From Eagle Cap over Powder river 
mountains, Oregon. (H 122153, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Illinois university, Champaign, stu- 
dents in the corn course. (H 122222, 
Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Indianapolis, Ind., soldiers' and sail- 
ors' monument. (H 122134, Jan. 27. 
1909.) 

London, England, St. Paul's cathe- 
dral. (H 122150, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Marblehead (U. S. cruiser). (H 
122149, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Munich, Germany. 1-5. ( H 122137- 
122141, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. 1-3. (H 
122130-122132, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Peat, decayed vegetation, Gap of 
Dunloe. (H 122142, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Peoria, 111., on a holiday. (H 122133, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 



Wasson (C. L.) — Continued. 

Perry park, Colo., the Pulpit. (H 
122146, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

St. Patrick st. and bridge over River 
Lee, from the Quay, Ireland. (H 
122144, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Springfield, 111., the Lincoln home. 
! (H 122135, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Sun-kissed waters of the Wabash. 
| (H 122136, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Suspension Bridge, N. Y., bridge 
[ over Niagara river. (H 122152, Jan. 
; 27, 1909.) 

Yellowstone national park. 1-4. (H 
: 122126-122129, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

i Weakley (Raymond D.), St. Louis, 

Mo. [5270-5275 

Zar girl. (H 122228, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Zar illustrations. 1-5. (H 122229- 

: 122233, Jan. 30, 1909.) 



YrEisBRCDT (H. W.) co., New 
N. Y. 
Right to the spot. 
30, 1909 ; 2 c. Jan. 22 

Wellman ( Walter ) . 



York, 
[5276 
(F 72843, Jan. 
1909.) 

New York. N. Y. 
[5277-5292 
1-16. ( F 72309- 



Suffragette (The). 
72324, Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Westerberg (J. C), San Francisco, 
Cal. [5293 

Faith Dorothy, the sunshine of the 
mission. (F 71630, Dec. 26, 1908.*) 

Wheeler (J. D.), Leavenworth, Wash. 

[5294 

Great Northern railroad plant. 900. 
(H 121916, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

White (E. C), Punxsutawney, Pa. 

[5295 
Pa., coke ovens. (H 
18, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 11, 



Walston, 
121732, Jan 
1909.) 



White (H. C.) company, North Ben- 
nington, Yt. [5296-5302 

Chicago, 111. Swift & Co., 219 cat- 
tle. (H 121480, Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Eagle on a pinnacle of rock in Grand 
canyon. (H 121910, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Madrid, Spain, royal palace 10801. 
(H 121835, Jan. 21, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1909.) 

Portugalette, Spain, flying ferry 
10S80. (H 121834, Jan. 21, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

San Sebastian, Spain; Maria Chris- 
tina bridge, 10878. (H 121S32, Jan. 
21, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 



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5396 



White (H. C.) company — Continued. 

Santander, Spain, a street, 10S79. 
(H 121833, Jan. 21, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 22. 
1909.) 

Taft (Hon. William H.), and family, 
13011. (H 121836. Jan. 21, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 

[5303, 5304 

At the well. (H 122560, Feb. 5. ! 
1909.) 

June days. (F 72325, Jan. 12, 
1909.) 

Whiting (R. R.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[5305-5307 

Niagara Falls, N. Y. Sporting on 
ice mountains. 874. (H 115940, Sept. 
19, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Phantom player. 2S96. (H 115939, 
Sep. 19, 190S; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Taft (Wm. H.) greeting his friends. 
2459. (H 121293, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 22, 1909). 

Whitmore (Henry T.), Jackson, Mich. 

[5308 
Study from childhood. (H 121466, 
Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Wilkins (F. J.), Denver, Colo. [5309 
Presidents of the United States. ( H 
121905, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Williams (John), inc., New York, 
N. Y. [5310 

Double medallion, one showing 
Abraham Lincoln, the other allegorical 
scene. (H 1219S5, Jan. 26, 1909; 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1909; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Williams (Frank W.), Chicago, 111. 

[5311-5312 

Presidents of the United States. (F 
72686, Jan. 25, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Rulers of all nations. (F 72687, 
Jan. 25, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1909.) 

William son-Haffner engraving co., 
Denver, Colo. [80 prints] 

[5313-5392 
After Buffalo. Craig Indian. — Al- 
Che-Say, noted Apache scout, White 
River Agency, Ariz. — Alkali Ike, the 
boss of the herd. — Antelope hunter. — 
Apache girl. — Apache mother and 
child, near Ft. Apache, Ariz. — At 
bay. — Bitter root, Montana state flow- 
er. — Bleeding heart. — Blizzard on the 
range. — Bonito, an Apache scout, Ft. 
Apache, Ariz. — Boulder park, Colo. — 
Branding mavericks. — Buffalo hunt. — 



Williamson Haffner engraving co. — 

Continued. 
Cattle Thieves. — Chuck wagon. — Cold 
winter evening. — Colorado state 
card. — Continental divide by moon- 
light. — Cornered. — Cowboy race. — 
Crossing the Rio Grande del Norte. — 
David (Chief). — Day herder. — Do you 
blame me? — Duck hunting. — Eagle 
hunter. — Fraser canon, Colo. — Frolic 
in the swimming pool, Eldorado 
Springs, Colo. — Geronimo, Apache 

chief. — Go it, you, . — Golden 

poppy, California state flower. — ■ 
Halt. — Hollow Horn Bear, Sioux In- 
dian. — Hopi girl, Oraibi, Ariz. — Hopi 
home life, Mishongnoir, Ariz. — Hopi 
Indian brave, Oraibi, Ariz. — Hopi man 
weaving blanket, Oraibi, Ariz. — Hopi 
moccasin makers, Oraibi, Ariz. — Hopi 
unlimited out in Arizona. — Hopi 
woman in wedding dress, Oraibi, 
Ariz. — Hopi woman weaving, Oraibi, 
Ariz. — Hot trail. — I have found my 
meal-ticket. — I saw my affinity up 
here. — Indiam burial. — Killing a cattle 
thief. — Lone scout. — Mistletoe, Okla- 
homa state flower. — Moran (Thomas) 
at Acoma, Ariz. — Navajo poker game, 
Ariz. — Navajos watching games, the 
Fields, Ariz. — Night herder. — Ouray, 
Ute Indian chief.— Outlaw (The).— 
Priests washing after a snake dance, 
Wolpi, Ariz. — Quingkigit (Chief). — 
Red Cloud, Ogalalia Sioux Indian. — 
Red eagle. — Return (The). — Roping 
the broncho — Roping the bull — Round- 
up ( The ) . — Runaway ( The ) . — Scouts 
watching emigrants. — Sego lily, Utah 
state flower. — Shooting up the town. — 
Sitting Bull, Sioux Indian chief. — 
South Boulder valley, Colo. — Spotted 
Horse. — Standing W T olf, Cheyenne In- 
dian. — Storm in the Rocky moun- 
tains. — Thirty-dollar hide. — Ute court- 
ship. — Ute Indian camp, Garden of the 
gods. — W 7 aiting. — War party, Craig In- 
dian. — White mountain Apache 
Cupid. — White mountain Apache hoops 
and javelin game, Ariz. — Yankee 
Doodle lake, Colo. (F 69940-70019, 
Nov. 2, 1908; 2 c. of each Jan. 16, 
1909.) 

Willis & Burris, Great Falls, Mont. 

[5393-5396 

Desperate stand. (H 121455, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Hold-up (The) H 121458, Jan. 11, 
1909.) 

Hunting of buffalo. (H 121456, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Indian women on the march. (H 
121457, Jan. 11, 1909.) 



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5397 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Wilton (T. H.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[5397 

San Francisco, CaL, St. Mary's 

cathedral. (H 121733, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Wood (Haeky), Kansas City, Mo. 

[539S-5402 

Intellectual pup. (F 72154, Dec. 28, 
1908; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1908.) 

(F 72307, Jan. 11, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 13, 1909.) 

(F 72511, Jan. 18, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 20, 1909.) 

(F 72694, Jan. 25, 1909; 2 c. 

Jan. 27, 1909.) 

(F 72890, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Woodward & Tiernan prtg. co., St. 
Louis, Mo. [5403-5421 

April. (F 72173, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
August. (F 72177, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
Catastrophe. (F 72182, Jan. 11, 

1909.) 
December. (F 72181, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
Drive (The) (F 72183, Jan. 11. 

1909.) 



Woodward & Tiernan prtg. co. — Con. 
February. (F 72171, Jan. 11. 1909.) 
January. (F 72170, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
July. (F 72176, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
June. (F 72175, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
March. (F 72172, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
Maud. (F 72937, Feb. 4, 1909.) 
May. (F 72174, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
My jewels. (F 72938, Feb. 4, 1909.) 
November. (F 721S0, Jan. 11, 1909.) 
October. (F 72179, Jan. 11, 1909.) , 

Passing of winter. (F 72184, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Quails. (F 72939, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Ready for a canter. (F 72185, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

September. (F 72178, Jan. 11, 1909. ) 

Zillget (Charles A.) Fairmount, 

N, Dak. [5422, 5423 

Duke. A, B. (H 12172S, 121729, 

Dec. S, 190S ; 1 c. Nov. 20, 1908 ; 1 c. 

Jan. 18, 1909.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Cata- 
logue since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit 1, 775 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 448 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 3, 006 



70 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 
been received on the day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, 
would read : " Copyright by Cassilly Adams, Indianapolis, Ind. Class I, XXc, no. 
28029, December IS, 1908 ; 1 photograph received December 18, 1908. 



Adams (Cassilly), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[5424-5425 

Moulding the bullets. Interior of log 
cabin, illuminated by fire in fire-place, 
seated before it are soldier and pioneer 
belle. (I 2S029, Dec. IS, 1908.)* 

Old squire's shot. A turkey shoot- 
ing match, old squire is toeing the 
mark, to take his shot. (I 28030, Dec. 
18, 1908.) 

Adleman (Samuel), Boston, Mass. 

[5426 

Altar. Two steps and background, 

design on background is a carved chair, 

front of upper step has the word Jol- 

liken. (I 28301, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

American lady corset co., Detroit, 
Mich. [5427 

American lady. Woman dressed, but 
with open bodice exhibiting corset, car- 
rying a staff. (I 28128, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

American lithographic co., New 
York, N. Y. [5428-5440 

Bell ringer 37683. Interior of a bel- 
fry where a man is ringing a large 
bell. (I 2S154, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Bella mundo. A globe showing a 
portion of the United States, globe is 
broken and head of girl protrudes. (I 
28277, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Bluff in Chicago. Five men seated 
about a table upon which are cards, 
chips and glasses. (I 28135, Jan. 18. 
1909.) 

Call in Arizona. Interior of a bar- 
room, showing several men seated at 
a table upon which are cards and 
chips. (I 28131, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Deal in Washington. Five men at 
a table one of whom is a Chinese who 
is engaged in dealing cards. (I 28133, 
Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Draw in the Bowery. Five men at 
a table, all of whom look tough, play- 
ing cards. (I 2S134, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Dutch boy. Little boy wearing cap 
with tassel and wooden shoes, playing 
whistle. (I 28197, Jan. 29, 1909.) 



American lithographic co. — Cont'd. 

New York city A, 37782 A. Bird's 
eye view. (I 2S147, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

B, 377S2 B. Bird's-eye view. 

(I 28148, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Raise in the South. Colored men, 
some of whom are seated at a table 
engaged in a game of poker. (I 28136, 
Jan. IS, 1909.) 



Reconciler, 
ham Lincoln, 
hand a scroll. 



Seated figure of Abra- 
he holds in his right 
(I 2S052, Jan. 11, 1909.) 



Show down in the 400. Five men in 
full dress at table, all but one seated. 
Cards and chips on table. (I 28132, 
Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Woman rubbing wall. Woman, back 
| towards foreground, rubbing wall with 
1 cloth, she wears workirg clothes and 
I wooden shoes. (I 28198, Jan. 29, 
| 1909.) 

I American toracco co., New York, 

N. Y. [5441 

Red hat girl. Head of a woman 

! wearing a large flare hat, drapery 

thrown over bare shoulders. (I 2S054, 

Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Auner (Wilhelm A. F.), Chicago, 111. 

[5442 

Turner emblem. Ornamental plaque, 
owl at the top, oval panel with female 
figure and inscription. (I 2S123, Jan. 
18, 1909.) 

Barrera (Castor), New York, N. Y. 

[5443 

Taft (Wm. H.) and emblem of 

United States. Book cut in Italian 

; marble, left hand page contains bas- 

! relief of W. H. Taft. right hand pnge, 

I seal of U. S. (I 28180, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

1 Barnard (George Grey), New York, 

N. Y. [5444 

God Pan. Statue of nude figure re- 

j dining, right knee up. (I 28155, Jan. 

I 22, 1909.) 



71 



72678—09- 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5445 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Bengough (Wm.)i New York, N. Y. 

[5445 
Troubles never come singly. Sum- 
mer landscape, red auto stuck in mud, 
two girls holding up their skirts stand- 
ing in road, storm approaching. (I 
28213, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Bentheim (Charles), Charlotte, N. C. 

[5446 

Jackson (Gen. Thomas Jonathan, 

i. e., Stonewall Jackson). Bas-relief 

medallion, showing beard as he wore 

it in 1862. (I 28312, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Benvenuti (Angelo), Boston, Mass. 

[5447 
Chinese idol sitting, laughing, show- 
ing teeth, its legs are straight forward, 
fingers placed between toes. (I 28300. 
Feb. 6. 1909.) 

Bieney (W. Verplanck), New York, 
N. Y. [544S-5450 

Critics (The) Two men seated talk- 
ing, one on sofa smoking long pipe. 
(I 28269, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

His legal advisor. Two men, one 
seated and one standing with right 
foot on seat of chair. (I 2S270, Feb. 
4, 1909.) 

Smoker (The) Man, wlaite hair, top 
boots, seated before fire smoking Ions; 
pipe. (I 2S268, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Blossom (Ethel G.), Concord Junc- 
tion, Mass. [5451 
God of things as they are. A male 
figure astride an oil barrel, feet rest- 
ing on money bags. (I 28042, Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

Bock (Richard W.), Maywood, 111. 

[5452-5455 

Bill-he-can. Statue, figure of a goat 
seated against board. (I 28262, Feb. 
3, 1909.) 

Duckiken. Statue, of bird in posi- 
tion of catching worm. (I 28263, Feb. 
3, 1909.) 

Gliick. Child seated on book root- 
ing in a bag. (I 28261, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

It. Statuette of Wish sprite behind 
a tablet having an inscription. (I 
28260, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Btjrdick (J. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[5456 
Reddy. Child with arms upraised 
and hands closed in the attitude of 
fighting. (I 28062, Jan. 12, 1909.) 



Burk (Louis A.), Bloomington, 111. 

[5457 
Romping. Barn, several hay stacks, 
in foreground are two horses engaged 
in play. (I 28116, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Caproni (P. P.) & bro., Boston, Mass. 

[5458, 545& 

Bryant (William Cullen) Bust, long 
flowing beard, head uncovered, coat 
unbuttoned. (I 28221, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Washington (George) Relief, pro- 
file, head uncovered, hair combed back 
straight, tied with ribbon at neck. (I 
2S220, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Captdine chemical co., Raleigh, N. C. 

[5460, 5461 

Friend in need. Seated figure of a 

woman taking hold of something which 

is being handed to her by a nurse. (I 

28152, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Timely advice. Two men, one of 
whom is behind a counter and holds a 
paper box. (I 28153, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Carty (Dr. E. P.), Scranton, Pa. 

[5462, 5463 
Anatomical heads. Bas-relief show- 
ing the dissection which lays the 
nerves, blood vessels and glands of the 
face exposed to view. No. 1. Parotid 
gland, etc. No. 2. Occipital nerve, etc. 
(I 28328, 28329, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Chatfield (J.), Chicago, 111. [5464 
Taffy Possum. Model of opossum, 
sits up on his hind quarters. (I 28315, 
Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Ckodzinski (Kazimierz), New York, 
N. Y. [5465 

Chopin (Fryderyk). Portrait bust. 
(I 28278, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Church (Frederick Stuart), New 
York, N. Y. [5466-5472 

Autumn. Plead of young girl facing 
the left, looking down, wings on head. 
(I 2S161, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Head of young girl full face. 

wings on head. (I 28162, Jan. 23, 
1909.) 

Chill October. October landscape 
with flying leaves, a little shivering 
cupid with bow and arrow. (I 2S163, 
Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Falling blossoms. Young girl lean- 
ing forward, in foreground the air is 
filled with falling blossoms. (I 28164, 
Jan. 23, 1909.) 



FINE ARTS 



nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



5491 



Church (Frederick Stuart) — Con. 

Flamingo (The) Young girl seated 
on a bank with one foot in water look- 
inn at a flamingo in front of her. 
(I 28165, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Una and the lion. Young girl seated 
on a bank, beside her is seated a lion. 
(I 2S1G6, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Wood sprite. Profile head with 
wings, of a young girl, dark back- 
ground of woods. (I 2S167, Jan. 23, 
1909.) 

Coca Cola co., Atlanta, Ga. [5473 

Summer breezes. Man with laugh- 
ing face, attired in white suit, low 
shoes and straw hat. holding fan, hand- 
kerchief and glass. (I 2S196. Jan. 29, 
1909.) 

Collier (Franklin Perry), Winthrop, 
Mass. [5474 

Cute little devil : B. L. Z. Bub. Fig- 
ure of a cupid. to represent a young 
devil, ears quite large and pointed at 
top. (I 2S043, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New York, 

X. Y. [5475-54S0 

At the sign of the automobile; by 
Guernsey Moore. Two bearers in 
colonial costume, setting down a Sedan 
chair containing a lady. (I 2S064, 
Jan. 12, 1909.) 

Automobile cover; by Edward Pen- 
field. Tall young lady in act of enter- 
ing automobile. (I 28063, Jan. 12, 
1909. ) 

Automobiling around Paris ; by A. 
B. Frost. An automobile party drawn 
up in a picturesque, foreirn-looking 
village. (I 28073, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Cinderella : by Sarah S. Stilwell. 
Young woman in an enormous head- 
dress sitting on a long bench, in one 
hand she holds a mirror. (I 28137, 
Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Effect of the Marathon craze; by 
Charles Dana Gibson. A crowd of 
boys of all ages and sizes in various 
degrees of dress and undress. (I 
2S276, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Mile a minute close hauled. An ice 
boat skimming along a frozen surface 
at a very rapid rate. (I 2S13S. Jan. 
18, 1909.) 

Comastri (A.) & sons, New York, 
X. Y. [5481 

Moccro. Grotesque human figure 

seated, the figure is Pan-like, having 

pointed ears and scoat legs. <I 28149, 

Jan. 21. J 909.) 



Consentixo (Oronzo), New York, 
X. Y. [5482 

Candlestick. Candlestick is bronze 
figure enveloped in drapery bent for- 
ward, bowl enveloped in drapery which 
holds candle. (I 2S201, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Cooper (Savage), London, England. 

[5483 
Sweet lavender. Summer landscape. 
In foreground is a woman with dark 
hair in a lavender dress cutting laven- 
der with scissors. (I 28207, Jan. 30, 
1909. ) 

Crane ( J. W. ) , Xew York, X. Y. 

[5484-54SS 
False note. Cardinal in his robes 
seated in chair, has hands over ears 
because of noise another cardinal is 
making on flute. (I 28183, Jan. 28 r 
1909.) 

In full chase. Full landscape in 
evening, in center is pond, four dogs 
drinking, more dogs running, in back- 
ground hunters mounted. (I 2S204, 
Jan. 30, 1909.) 

In old Xew England. Summer land- 
scape showing a Xew England farm 
house, around house are many bushes, 
vines, etc. (I 28211, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Off the coast of Devon; by Warne 
Browne. Seascape, showing two row 
boats, one boat fastened to shore, other 
just coming in. (I 28206, Jan. 30, 
1909.) 

Vera; A. Z. T. Lynch. Girl with 
brown hair wearing large straw hat, 
hair hangs loose over shoulders. (I 
2S205, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Ceo well pub. co., Xew York, X. Y. 

[5489 

March wind; by C. Allan Gilbert. 

Girl's head against dark background 

of bare branches. (I 28156, Jan. 22, 

1909.) 

Curtis & Cameron. Boston, Mass. 

[5490 
Little teacher. Little girl playing 
school with her dolls and Teddy bear, 
she is pointing out letters on black- 
board. (I 2S223, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Davis (Edward E.), Xorwich, N. Y. 

[5491 

Design of a monument. A classic 

fane of Greek Ionic type surmounted 

on a pedestal, rectangular in form. (I 

28256, Feb. 2. 1909.) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



5492 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Davis (William Steeple), Orient, 
N. Y. [5492 

Village wharf. View, toward end of 
wharf from shore, main portion ex- 
tends to middle distance toward the 
left then turns to right as an ell. (I 
28304, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Day (Francis), New York, N. Y. 

[5493 

Bed-time stories. Seated at piano 
is young woman in thin dress, little 
girl stands at her side. (I 28214, Jan. 
80, 1909.) 

De Land ( Clyde O. ) , Philadelphia, Pa. 

[5494-5495 

Burying of Captain Kidd's treasure. 
A scene among the sand dunes along 
the seashore, Captain Kidd with out 
stretched hand, two sailors with shov- 
els. (I 28072, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Washington and Molly Pitcher. 
Gen. Washington and Molly Pitcher 
shaking hands, Gen. Green standing 
back of girl. (I 28316, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Dopp (H. W.) co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

[5496 
2 lavoisite generator. Front eleva- 
tion a spherical generator at left side, 
surmounted by a hopper depending 
from an overhead track. (I 28171, 
Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Do well (Ethel H.), Greeley, Colo. 

[5497 

Mariposa lily. Group of Mariposa 

lilies, arranged about a circle, one full 

blown flower. (I 28331, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Dubuque altar manufacturing co., 
Dubuque, Iowa. [5498-5501 

Gothic side altar, no. 1459. (I 
28299, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Gothic main altar, no. 368. (I 
28297, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

no. 1486. (I 28296, Feb. 5, 

1909.) 

no. 1494. (I 28298, Feb. 5, 

1909.) 

Edson (L. D.), New York, N. Y. 

[5502 

Morning after the election. Summer 
landscape in country village. In front 
of post office are seated four elderly 
men, one of them is reading aloud 
from paper, another man standing. (I 
28212, Jan. 30, 1909. ) 
Edwards (Harry Clay), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [5503 

Prospectors (The) Two prospectors 
in a birch bark Indian canoe, about to 
make a landing for the night. (I 
28264, Feb. 3, 1909.) 



Elsley (A. J.), London, England. 

[5504 

Hide and seek. Little boy and girl 

playing hide and seek, girl is crouching 

behind dog. (I 28202, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Forbes litho mfg. co., Boston, Mass. 

[5505, 5506 

Girl in the cornfield. Head and 
shoulders of girl standing among 
stalks of corn. (I 28254, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Girl with chrysanthemum. Young 
lady, holding chrysanthemum up near 
her neck. (I 28255, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Ghiloni (Pietro), New York, N. Y. 

[5507 
Match-box holder. Two cupids play- 
ing hide and seek. (I 28139, Jan. 16, 
1909.) 

Gillin (Robert F.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[5508 
Approach of the Half Moon. Hen- 
drick Hudson discovering the river 
which bears his name, Indians watch- 
ing from the shore. (I 28115, Jan. 16, 
1909.) 

Girsch (Charles William), New 
York, N. Y. [5509-5511 

Carnations. Young girl whose right 
hand catches up her skirt to prevent a 
mass of carnations from slipping. (I 
27744, Dec. 4, 1908.) 

Debutante (La). Woman in even- 
ing dress standing on the lower step 
of a flight of steps. (I 27743, Dec. 4, 
1908.) 

Winter girl. Ideal head wearing 
large picture hat slightly drooping over 
the face. (I 27745, Dec. 4, 1908.) 

Gold bond hat manufacturing co., 

New York, N. Y. [5512 

English dandy. A dandy, dressed in 

an old-style English costume, lifting 

his hat. (I 28125, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Gorham manufacturing co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [5513 

Design, the characteristique feature 
of which is holly, holly berries and 
mistletoe. [Spoon.] (I 28124, Jan. 18, 
1909.) 

Gray (Charles P. & Norman D.), 
West Chester, Pa. [5514 

Noah's ark picture. 1. Series of ani- 
mal forms the outlines of which nest 
together. (I 28178, Jan. 27, 1909.) 



74 



FINE AKTS 



nos. 5-8, Feb., 1909 



5545 



Sbeyeb (Louis A.), Boston, Mass. 

[5515 

Lucky spndd. Modeled from a po- 
tato resembling a bnman form, figure 
standing upon a square base, each cor- 
ner ornamented with a horse shoe. 
(I 28172, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Grolier club, New York, N. Y. [551G 
Poe (Edgar Allan) ; by Edith Wood- 
man Burroughs. Bronze medallion, 
full face in bas-relief. (I 28051, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[5517 

Blufunk, the Joss of the grouch. A 

statue of a muscular dwarf sitting 

with his feet crossed. (I 28098, Jan. 

15, 1909.) 

Haggin (Ben Ali), New York, N. Y. 

[5518 
Garden (Mary) as Salome. Full 
length portrait of Mary Garden in cos- 
tume of Salome. One hand on hip, 
the other back of head. (I 28209, Jan. 
30, 1909.) 

Harper (J. M.), Chicago, 111. 

[5519, 5520 
Billy possum and taters. Opossum, 
with tail curled against side of body, 
beneath him are several sweet pota- 
toes. (I 28176, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Br'er Possum bank. Model in re- 
lief of opossum standing on branch of 
persimmon tree. (I 28177, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 



Herzog (F. 

N. Y. 



Benedict), New York, 

[5521, 5522 



Soul of song. Lunette shape compo- 
sition of nine young women draped, 
two in foreground hold sheets of music. 
(I 28199, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Vail of memories, hope, and singing. 
Horizontal panel, sixteen female fig- 
ures draped, of whom a group of four 
| length form foreground. (I 28200, 
Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Hirschberg (Carl), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[5523, 5524 
Three jolly tars. Summer landscape, 
showing three little boys in sailor 
suits. (I 28215, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Weighing the baby. Young couple, 
father holding up scales with baby in 
white bundle, mother eagerly looking 
at scales. (I 28184, Jan. 28, 1909.) 



Holland (W. J.), Pittsburg, Pa. 

[5525 

Restoration of triceratops brevicor- 

nns. Animal having three horns on 

the front of the skull. (I 28094, Jan. 

15, 1909.) 

Hoppe (Albert), Wichita, Kans. [5526 
5 :30 o'clock is quitting time. [Har- 
vest scene.] (I 27653, Nov. 20, 1908; 
1 photo Jan. 25, 1909.) 

HORLACHER BREWING CO., AllentOWn, 

Pa. [5527 

Betsy Ross. Seated figure of a 
young woman attired in a house dress 
and wearing a white fichu, engaged in 
sewing the American flag. (I 28095, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Horrigan (John), Quincy, Mass. 

[5528 

Recording angel. Statue, winged 

figure standing on two steps before a 

rough boulder. (I 28065, Dec. 28, 

1908; 1 photo Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Johnson (Carl P.), Rogers Park, 111, 

[5529 
Presidents of the United States. 
Group showing two rows, the front 
row seated, second row standing. (I 
28117, Jan. 16, 1909; 1 photo Jan. 9, 
1909.) 

Kaufmann & Strauss co., New York, 
N. Y. [5530-5545 

Anticipation. Young lady wearing 
large hat, around neck is a light veil. 
(I 28292, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Chrysanthemums. Young lady hold- 
ing bunch of chrysanthemums in left 
arm. (I 28285, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Confidence. Young lady wearing 
large hat, hat covered as well as face 
by veil. (I 28294, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Coquette. Young lady in winter cos- 
tume, fur coat and muff. (I 28293, 
Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Dinner's ready. Girl's head, pompa- 
dour hair, smiling, shows upper set of 
teeth. (I 28279, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Edge of the forest. Forest, in cen- 
ter a roadway, logs cut down lying 
about. (I 28286, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Happy housewife. Young lady 
dressed in usual housewife costume, 
sleeves rolled up and kneading flour 
on slab. (I 28280, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Miss Belle. Young lady, evening 
gown, hands behind her back. (I 
28282. Feb. 5, 1909.) 



7 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTEIES 



5546 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Kaufmann & Strauss co. — Cont'd. 

Miss Prue. Youug lady in black 
dress, holding a bunch of American 
beauties. (I 28281, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Miss Sedate. Young lady wearing 
•evening gown, holding bunch of flow- 
ers. (I 28283, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

My pet. House maid holding with 
both arms a cat. (I 28291, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

Poppies. Girl wearing large straw 
hat trimmed with poppies. (I 28284, 
Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Rapids (The) Winding rapid stream 
breaking into falls, in distance are 
some large thin trees devoid of foliage. 
(I 28288, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Roses. Young girl in field holding 
five roses, wears large straw hat. (I 
28290, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Two beauties. Young lady holding- 
kitten on left shoulder. (I 28289, 
Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Woodland (The) Seven large trees 
in midst of woods. (I 2S287, Feb. 5. 
1909.) 

Keep smiling co.. New York, N. Y. 

[5546 

Keep smiling. A statue of nude 

male figure seated with hands folded 

across knee, toes turned up. (I 28173, 

Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Kratina (Joseph), New York, N. Y. 

[5547 
Lincoln and Lincoln's speech. Bas- 
relief. Three-quarters view of Lin- 
coln looking toward the left. (I 
28258, Jan. 21, 1909.) 

KUPPENHEIMER (HOUSE OF), CMcagO, 

111. [5548-5561 

Spring and summer, 1909, model 

garments. 1-11. ( I 28031-28041, Jan. 

$, 1909.) 

styles for men. 12-14. (I 

28188-28190, Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Lamasure (E.), Washington, D. C. 

[5562 

Virginia sunset. Summer landscape, 

country road in center, barn at left, 

stone wall to right of barn. (I 28216, 

Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Life pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[5563-5569 
After you. Beautiful young woman 
a.t open window. Mephisto and Cupid 
have arrived at the same time to call, 
each one bowing himself out. (I 
2S224, Feb. 1, 1909.) 



Life pub. co. — Continued. 

Biter bit; by Albert Levering. A 
couple of air-ships carrying crowds of 
roysterers who are throwing their 
empty champagne bottles at some auto- 
mobilist. (I 28122, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Faust at the National theatre. 
Scene from opera, Taft as Marguerite, 
being wooed by Faust, representing 
Protection. (I 28317, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

It — Yes, Miss, a perfect match ! You 
can't do better anywhere [etc.] : by 
Orson Lowell. Scene in a dry goods 
shop, a young lady trying to match 
sample. (I 2S318, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Mother this is her. Cosy sitting 
room, mother sewing, little boy draw- 
ing shy little girl toward mother. (I 
28225, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Old guard dies but never sur- 
renders; by Henry Grant Dart. 
Physicians of the old school, taking 
their last stand against the anti- 
vivisection movement. (I 28053, Jan. 
11, 1909.) 

Waiting; by Orson Lowell. A line 
of people waiting at the stage door. 
(I 28169, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Lisle (Mrs. Annie E.), Kansas City, 
Mo. [5570 

Lesson (The) Lady sitting at a 
table on which is shown a vase with 
roses, two open books. (I 28226, Feb. 
2. 1909.) 

Littig (W. T.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[5571 
West Point Military Academy. 
Bird's-eye view, apparently from just 
off shore, includes all buildings erected 
and to be erected. (I 28218, Jan. 30. 
1909.) 

Long (Ferdinand G.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[5572 
Bub : The cherub of cheer, look at 
me and laugh. Statuette, a squat gro- 
tesque figure infantile build unclothed. 
(1 28170, Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Lorenz (Keats W.), Boston, Mass. 

[5573 
Eliot (President) of Harvard uni- 
versity. Bas-relief, profile with his 
spectacles on. (I 28314, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, France. 

[5574-5576 

Promenade sur les quais a Venise; 
by Cesar Saccaggi. Coming down 
steps on the quays of Yenice, a group 
of three persons, at left two school- 
boys. (I 28327. Feb. 9. 1909.) 

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5595 



Manzi, Joyant & co. — Continued. 

Transfert ;ui senate des trophees 
dTlm et d'Austerlitz, ler Janvier 1S06; 
by Edouard Petaille. Street in Paris, 
houses on both sides out of the win- 
dows of which people are waving and 
cheering. (I 2S325. Feb. 9. 1909.) 

Yenise earnaval : by Cesar Saccaggi. 
An open square on the quays of Yen- 
ice, a motley crowd of masqueraders is 
dancing past a sculptured portico. (I 
28326, Fob. 9, 1909.) 

Mabtin (Mrs. Mattie J.), Yonkers, 
N. Y. [5576* 

Truth will out. A white rooster and 
a white hen looking at each other and 
five black chickens. (I 2S02S, Jan. 8, 
1909: 1 photo Jan. 27, 1909.) 

[Note. — Reprinted to correct error in 
date of receipt of copy of photograph, see 
Tef. no. 2902.] 

Mayer (Henry), New York, N. Y. 

[5577 
Little Glysiuic, the God of health. A 
small humorous figure draped with 
shoulders and back partly bare, seated 
upon a pedestal. (I 28055. Jan. 12, 
1909.) 

Meissner & Bt/ch, Leipzig, Germanv. 

[5578, 5579 

Meeresglanz; by Dr. Miiller-Kerz- 
weller. An ocean view. (I 28186, 
Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Mondschein-landschaft ; by Sofus 
Jacobson. A moonlight scene. (128187. 
Jan. 29, 3909.) 

Melchers (Gabi), New York. N. Y. 

[5580 

Mother (The) Sitting woman, head 

in profile, she holds her baby in her 

arms. (I 28069, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Merriam (John W.) & co.. New York, 

N. Y. [55S1 

At the Sign of the bulldog. A typ- 
ical specimen of the English bulldog, 
front view. (I 28257, Feb. 2, 1909.) 
Mohan i Thomas), New York, N. Y. 

[55S2, 5583 

Icebergs in mid-Atlantic-sunrise. 
Icebergs are on the left and right and 
a heavy sea is running. (I 28273, 
Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Receding wave. Rocky coast on 
which the waves have broken and are 
receding. (I 28271, Feb. 4, 1909.) 
Morris (G. F.), New York, N. Y. 

[5584 

Two stallions, a groom is mounted 
on the one at the right and leads the 
other, landscape in background. (I 
28151, Jan. 21, 1909.) 



Morse (William Alden), Merrimac, 
Mass. [5585 

Whittier (John G.) school house. 
It is the original painting, painted on 
a block of wood. (I 28150, Jan. 20, 
1909; 1 photo Jan. 11, 1909.) 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. [5586-55SS 

Grand Canon of the Colorado; by 
Thos. Moran. Scene looking out over 
Grand Canon, clouds hang low over 
rocks in central background. (I 28119. 
Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Rock towers of Rio Virgen, South 
Utah; by Thos. Moran. Landscape 
showing rock formations, in foreground 
a deep gorge. (I 28118, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Sentinel (The), Yosemite valley; 
by Thos. Moran. Landscape showing 
small lake and pine trees surrounding 
it. (I 28120, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Nardi (J.) & co., Boston Mass. [5589 
Lincoln (Abraham) Medallion of 

Lincoln showing side view. (I 28179. 

Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Nash (Agnes Clare), South Boston, 

Mass. [5590 

Pius X. P. M. Bas-relief, circular. 

(I 28068, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Nash (Fred C), Detroit, Mich. [5591 
If I only had feet. A mermaid rest- 
ing on a rock, she holds in her right 
Land a slipper. (I 28067, Jan. 13, 
1909.) 

Nash (Joseph Harold), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [5592 

First in war; first in peace; first in 
the cocktail glass. A regulation cock- 
tail glass, reposing within, with feet in 
air is a gentleman in colonial costume. 
(I 28143, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Nast (Christian Fred), Chicago, 111. 

[5593 
Childhood joys; by P. Doering. 
Group of children plavins with goat. 
(I 28168, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Nelson, Chesman & co.. St. Louis, Mo. 

[5594 
Her favorite. Bust portrait of young 
woman, wearins; a flat large hat, holds 
a glass. (I 28130, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Noble art association, New York, 
N. Y. [5595 

Eddy (Mary Baker G.), discoverer 
and founder of Christian science. Bas- 
relief by W. Clark Noble. Shoulders 
and bust draped with a garment repre- 
senting fine linen. (I 28056. Jan. 12, 
1909; 1 photo Jan. 16, 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Northwestern knitting co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [5596-5602 
Munsing cupids, 1-7. Boys and girls 
in union suits. (I 28191-28195, Jan. 
29, 1909; I 2S305, 28306, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Osthaus (E. H.), Toledo, Ohio. [5603 
Story' of the hunt. Man seated in 
old fashioned arm-chair telling story 
to son reclining on couch, two dogs on 
couch, one on floor. (I 28217, Jan. 30, 
1909.) • 

Pierce (F. O.) co., New York, N. Y. 

[5604 

Touring. An automobile containing 

two persons, and going in opposite 

direction a stage coach loaded with 

persons. (I 28096, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Proctor (Alexander Phimister), New 
York, N. Y. [5605 

Elk. Small statue, the elk is walk- 
ing, head thrust forward, the mouth 
open. (I 28272, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [5606 
Sermon on the Mount. Lesson 4, 
first quarter 1910. Christ seated on a 
rock at the top of a hill surrounded by 
the people. (I 28146, Jan. 13, 1909.) 

R. R. Sign co., Dayton, Ohio. [5607 
R. R. chariot race. An arena with 
a roadbed and three chariots with 
horses and drivers apparently racing. 
(I 28070, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Rapid electrotype co., Cincinnati. 
Ohio. [5608 

Lincoln anniversary edition. A title- 
page for newspaper with portrait of 
Lincoln inserted and space left for 
biography. (I 28266, Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Remington (Frederick), New Ro- 
cheile, N. Y. [5609 

Trooper of the plains 1868. Statue, 
U. S. cavalry soldier with drawn re- 
volver on a running horse. (I 28066, 
Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Rogers & Thompson, New York, N. Y. 

[5610 
Garden (Mary) ; by Jeanne Parke. 
Three-quarter length portrait, orna- 
ment in the hair. (I 28145, Jan. 20, 
1909.) 

Roome (William P.), New York, N. Y. 

[5611 

Pharaoh's daughter and Moses. 

Statue, woman in Egyptian costume 

holding in her arms a naked baby. (I 

28093, Jan. 8, 1909.) 



Rttngtus (Carl), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[5612-5614 
Going to his doom. A bull moose,, 
head raised coming forward across a 
marsh. (I 28229, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Intruder (An) Young bull elk in 
foreground, looking toward another 
bull on right side. (I 28227, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 

Solitude. A bull caribou, his back 
and head cutting over the sky line 
standing on a hillside. (I 28228, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Russell (J. T.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[5615-5616 

Abram, the pacifier. Figure of a 
man seated upon a large stone, beside 
which is another man standing facing 
towards the right. (I 28274, Feb. 4, 
1909.) 

Strife between the herdmen. Two 
sheep behind and slightly above these 
is the figure of sparely clad man run- 
ning. (I 2S275, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Saint-Gaudens (Augusta H.), exec, 
Windsor, Vt. [561T 

Bronze seated figure; by Augustus 
H. Saint-Gaudens. Enveloped in heavy 
drapery which covers head and body 
with the exception of the face and 
right arm, the hand of which supports 
the chin. (I 28121, Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Saint-Gaudens (Carlota), Windsor, 
Vt. [5618 

MacKaye (Percy). Miniature por- 
trait, four-fifths view, seated in rock- 
ing-chair, his right hand holding a 
pipe. (I 28160, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Saxe (Arthur), New York, N. Y. 

[5619 

Two images, side by side, face of 
one wearing smile, face of the other 
having discontented expression. (I 
28210, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Seltzer (Olaf Carl), Basin, Mont. 

[5620-5621 

Roughing it. Three cowpunchers are 

having a set-to with a range cow 

whose calf one of the men has roped. 

(I 2S158, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Sketching the trail boss. A bunch 
of idle cow-punchers around a round- 
up mess wagon. Trail boss is posing 
while one of the cowhands is sketch- 
ing him. (I 28159, Jan. 23, 1909.) 



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5658 



Sherrin (D.), London, England. 

[5622 
Apple blossoms, Kent. Summer land- 
scape in Kent, Eng., three sheep and 
lamb in pasture, at right is brook, at 
left of it large apple tree in blossom. 
(I 2S203, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

JShinn (William C.)» Lincoln, Nebr. 

[5623 
Thunderstorm (The). New England 
farmhouse, in foreground, woman sit- 
ting and man standing. (I 2S126, Jan. 
IS, 1909.) 

SlLVESTRI STATUARY CO., Chicago, 111. 

[5624 
Lincoln (Abraham). Portrait in 
strong relief, profile, below portrait are 
relief models of White house and Lin- 
coln log cabin. (I 28181, Jan. 28, 
1909.) 

Smith (C. Rogers), Middletown, N. Y. 

[5625 
Monument. In form of a sarcopha- 
gus with moulded base, slanting top 
with moulding at outer edge. ( I 28144, 
Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Smith (Lincoln), Chicago, 111. [5626 
Washington (George). Portrait me- 
dallion of oval shape showing profile 
head of Washington in relief. (I 
28295, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Steinberg (Victor), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[5627 
Letter from America. An Austrian 
farm scene, a letter carrier bringing | 
mail. (I 28157, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Swezey's CX. T.) sons & co.. New I 
York, X. Y. [5628 

Floretta ; by H. A. Weiss. Girl, hair 
falling over shoulders, holds medallion 
with laurel wreath around it. (I i 
2S182, Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Tarbell (Edmund C), New Castle, 

N. H. [5629 

Seelye (Pres.) of Smith college. 

Portrait in college robes, seated at a 

table. (I 28129, Jan. 18, 1909.) 

Ten Eyck (W. P.), Roselle, N. J. 

[5630-5633 

Cherry tree. Little boy wearing low 
shoes with buckles, is chopping a tree. 
(I 2S060, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Drive (A). Young woman seatei 
probably in a carriage holding reins. 
(I 28061, Jan. 9, 1909.) 

Mandolin player. Young man seated 
facing foreground, playing upon a man- 
dolin. (I 28058, Jan. 9, 1909.) 



Ten Eyck (W. P.)— Continued. 

Milk maid. Little girl wearing a 
sun-bonnet, carrying a stone jug. (I 
2S059, Jan. 9, 1909.) 
Tracy (D wight), New York, N. Y. 

[5634 

Tracy (Hon. Uriah) ; by R. Earle. 
Full length portrait, nearly front view, 
Continental costume. (I 28302, Feb. 
6, 1909.) 

Tuck C Raphael) & sons co., ltd., New 
York, N. Y. [5635-5658 

Ass (An). An ass and wording: 
Don't kick about every little thing, 

only an etc. (I 28238, Feb. 2, 

1909.) 

Baby. A baby and wording: Don't 
let anybody but your mother make 
a etc. (I 2S247, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Bee. A bee and wording: Don't let 

anyone but a etc. (I 28240, Feb. 

2, 1909.) 

Blacksmith. A blacksmith and 
wording: Don't knock and hammer 

everything etc. (I 28230, Feb. 2, 

1909.) 

Cat. A cat and wording: Don't act 

like you had as many lives as a 

etc. (I 28234, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Clock. A clock and wording : Don't 
sit around and pass the time away 

that's what the etc. (I 28232, Feb. 

2, 1909.) 

Doctor. A doctor and wording: 

Don't let anybody but the etc. (I 

28249, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Dog. A dog and wording : Don't let 

anybody treat you like a etc. (I 

2S231, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Girl. A girl and wording : Don't let 

anybody but your etc. (I 2S251, 

Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Girl. A girl and wording : Don't let 
the Wall st. bunch squeeze you — etc. 
(I 2S253, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Goat. A goat and wording: Don't 
let anybody get your— etc. (I 28236, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Leaf. A leaf and wording; Don't 
turn over a new — etc. (I 2S235, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Match. A match and wording : Don't 
admit that you've met your — etc. (I 
28239, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Mirror. A mirror and wording: 
Don't feel discouraged when you look 
into a— etc. (I 2S237, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Monkey. A monkey and wording : 
Don't make a— etc. (I 28246, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Tuck (Raphael) & sons co.. ltd. — 
Continued. 
Phonograph. Phonograph and word- 
ing: Don't let anything but a — etc. (I 
28243, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Pig. A pig and wording : Don't grab 
everything in sight, only a — etc. (I 
2S241, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Pipe. A pipe and wording: Don't 
try to build a castle out of the stuff 
that comes out of a — etc. (I 28244, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Plumber. A plumber and wording : 
Don't go in for any lead pipe cinches 
let the— etc. (I 28245, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Policeman. A policeman and word- 
ing : Don't tell your troubles to anv- 
body but the— etc. (I 28242, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 

Rag. A rag • and wording : Don't 
chew the— etc. (I 28233, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Shoemaker. A shoemaker and word- 
ing: Don't let anybody but the — etc. 
(I 28250, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Tailor. A tailor and wording : Don't 
let anybody but the— etc. (I 2824S, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Washwoman. A washwoman and 
wording : Don't work vourself to death 
let the— etc. (I 28252, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Ullrich (Albert H.), Evanston, 111. 

[5659 

Young mother. Mother holding her 

baby in her arm while seated in a 

large rocker. (I 28267, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Weaver (Moses), Estero, Fla. [5660 

Sally-kins. Grotesque statue of 

dwarf trying to put his right big toe 

in his mouth. (I 23219, Jan. 30, 1909.) 

Weiss (Hilda H.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[5661 
Darwin (Charles). Bas-relief, a little 
more than profile view. ( I 28313, Feb. 
8, 1909.) 

Wenck (Paul E.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[5662 
Western girl. Head and shoulders 
of young girl wearing a Mexican som- 
brero. (I 28265, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Wendt ( Julia Bracken ) , Chicago, 111. 

[5663 
Historical arch for the city of Chi- 
cago. Group of statuary on top, cen- 
tral figure represents Chicago. (I 
28127, Jan. 18, 1909.) 



Whitehouse ( Louis A. ) , Boston, Mass. 

[5664 
Whitehouse perspective chart. A 
series of vanishing lines and verticals. 
(1 2S259, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Wilms (L. W.), Chicago, 111. [5665 
Lulu. Profile relief of woman's head 
modeled in clay. (I 28307, Feb. 6, 
1909.) 

Wilson (Charles Rudd), San An- 
selmo, Cal. [5666, 5667 

Apartment house. Plan and eleva- 
tion, containing six apartments on 
upper floors and five on first floor, four 
stories and basement. (I 28175, Jan. 
27, 1909.) 

Apartment house for W. Waukowski. 
Plan containing six apartments on 
upper floors and five on the first floor, 
three stories and basement. (I 2S057, 
Jan. 12. 1909.) 

Wltkowski (Karl), Vailsburg, N. J. 

[5668-5670 

On the swing. Boy and girl stand- 
ing on a swing suspended from a tree. 
(I 28174, Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Preparing for Xmas. Winter scene 
showing little boy and girl home 
Christmas tree and holly. (I 2S1S5. 
Jan. 28, 1909.) 

Question (A) A swing suspended 
from a limb of an apple-tree, girl sit- 
ting in swing and boy leaning against 
it. (I 28330, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Wolf & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[5671-5709 
Bock. Head of a goat, wavy fur, 
bent horns, only the right eye visible. 
(I 28222, Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Breathless moment. Two male fig- 
ures, one is sighting a rifle across the 
stream at a moose. (I 2S0S9, Jan. 14. 
1909.) 

Bridal Veil falls, Yosemite. White- 
capped mountains in background, half 
hidden in mist, in foreground, rocks, 
trees, and sparse foliage. (I 28075, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Claire. Girl in picture hat looking 
over right shoulder, she wears a stock 
collar. (I 28091, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Comrades. Lady and dog, lady 
wears a hat with strings tied under 
chin, basket of flowers on left arm. 
(I 28076, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Cow puncher. Figure on horseback, 
wearing a sombrero, a cigarette in his 
right hand. (I 28084, Jan. 14, 1909.) 



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Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Critical moment. Four elderly gen- 
tlemen, two deeply engaged in a game 
of checkers. (I 28142, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Detective story. Three boyish fig- 
ures seated, one of the boys evidently 
reading aloud to the others. (I 2S071, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Dot. Head and shoulders of girl, 
she is looking over her left shoulder, 
large hat brim rolled up on right side. 
(I 2S090, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Drifting. Man and girl, man sits on 
log on the edge of stream and she ap- 
parently on the ground. (I 2S0SS, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Equine aristocracy. Four horses. 
two on either side of a fence. (I 
28081, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Fairy touch of spring. Buildings 
and trees in the background, blossom- 
ing trees and stream in the foreground. 
(I 28112, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Flaw in the title. Two men look- 
ing over a title, young man in riding 
habit, elderly man in background. (I 
2S0S6, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Heart of the Greenwoods. Forest 
with brook flowing through center, the 
feature of the perspective is the ap- 
parent depth and distance conveyed. 
(I 28077, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Her favorites. Lady, horse hitched 
to hitching post, and dog. (I 28083, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

His first birthday present. Father, 
mother, and infant son. The father 
holds a book labelled Bank for sav- 
ings. (I 28082, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Hooked. Man and girl in a boat, he 
holds her hand, fishing line extends 
from rod which is invisible. (I 28074, 
Jan. 14, 1909.) 

In bleak December. Buildings, trees 
bare of leaves, rocks, and lamp-post in 
the background. (I 28113, Jan. 15, 
1909.) 

Key (Francis Scott) home of. Old 
fashioned house, female figure outside 
of door, in background rural landscape. 
(I 28087, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Lee (General) on Traveler. Gen. 
Lee in uniform on his favorite charger. 
(I 28078, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Maud. Girl looking straight ahead 
of her, wearing small turban, and boa 
of ermine fur. (I 28092, Jan. 14, 
1909.) 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Miss April. Girl wearing bunch of 
Easter lilies. (I 28099, Jan, 15, 1909.) 

Miss August. Girl, gown cut to a 
point in front, arms extended upward. 
(I 2S103, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss December. Girl looking through 
a wreath of holly which she holds in 
uplifted hands. (I 28107, Jan. 15, 
1909.) 

Miss February. Washington's birth- 
day girl. Girl looking over right shoul- 
der, band showing stars extends from 
left shoulder to right hip. (I 28109 r 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss January. Girl looking over 
right shoulder, right hand lifting pad 
"January 1." (I 28108, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss July. Girl with neckpiece of 
fire crackers. (I 28102, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss June. Girl graduate in cap 
and gown. (I 28101, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss March. St. Patrick's day girl. 
Girl wearing small hat with pipe as 
part of the trimming. (I 28110, Jan. 
15, 1909.) 

Miss May. Girl wearing military 
waist, gauntlets and army hat. (I 
28100, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss November. Girl in the act of 
throwing foot ball, wears sweater. (I 
28106, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Miss October. Girl holds suspended 
in left hand by string a lighted pump- 
kin caricature. (I 28105, Jan. 15, 
1909.) 

Miss September. Girl, left hand on 
hip, right hand holding rolling pin. 
(I 28104, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Orchids. Lady sitting, bare forearm, 
dress cut low in back, hat with para- 
dise feather, orchids to right. ( I 28141, 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Security. Draped figure of a woman 
with bare arms and shoulders, stand- 
ing in open doorway of vault. On 
either side of her is a mastiff. (I 
28079, Jan. 14, 1909.) 

Summer's emerald robes. Stream 
flowing between two fields, trees back- 
ground and foreground. ( I 28111, Jan. 
15, 1909.) 

Washington presenting Lafayette to 
his mother. Female figure wearing 
shawl and cap, male figure wearing 
hat and cloak, to the left another male 
figure. (I 28085, Jan. 14, 1909.) 



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Wolf & co. — Continued. 

When the days grow shorter. Sun- 
set, river bending to the Jeft, forest 
sloping up in a steep hill on the left. 
(I 2S114, Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Will you be my horsey? Boy in 
street dress, holding his sled on end, 
dog in foreground. (I 2S0S0, Jan. 14. 
1909.) 



Woollett (A. P.), Boston, Mass. 

[5710 
Pan. Statue of a child on turtle's 
back tickling turtle's nose with stick. 
(I 28140, Jan. 19, 1909.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1909 481 



o 



82 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 4 

Nos. 9-12 

>X.VRCH, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



'TP'HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts) 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by William Henry 
Abbott. Washington, D. C. Class H, XXc, no. 123448, Feb. 27, 1909 ; 2 copies received 
Feb. 27, 1909. 



Abbott (William Heney), Washing- 
ton, D. C. [5711 
Smile that won. (H 123448, Feb. 
27, 1909.) 

Allen (Arthur Russell), Trinidad, 
Colo. [5712 

Wallace. (H 123208, Feb. 20*1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Allgood (Susie W.), Atlanta, Ga. 

[5713-5750 

After the hunt. (H 122781, Feb. 9, 
1909.) 

Anticipation of Thanksgiving feast. 
(H 122947, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Around the cabin door. (F 73963, 

Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122782, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Big Bill. (H 122783, Feb. 9, 1909.) 
Cake walk at the quarters. (F 

73964, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122784, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Coming events cast their shadows 

before. (F 73965, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122818, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Daddy dat's a fine one. (H 122969, 

Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Expectation. (F 73966, Mar. 2, 

1909.) 

(H 122785, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Georgia family tree. (F 73967, Mar. 

2, 1909.) 

(H 122946, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Georgia toast. (F 73968, Mar. 2, 

1909.) 

(H 122786, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Important consultation. (F 73970, 

Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122787, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Introducing to you Billy Possum. 
(F 73971, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Mandy bake dem taters right. (F 
73972, Mar. 2, 1909.) 



Allgood (Susie W.) — Continued. 

(H 122788, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

One hundred and five. (F 73969, 

Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122789, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Possum and taters for three. (F 

73973, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122790, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Real thing. (F 73974, Mar. 2, 1909.) 
Return from the hunt. (F 73975, 

Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122970, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Stringing the banjo. (F 73976, Mar. 

2, 1909.) 

(H 122791, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

'Taint no sin to eat 'possum. (H 

122792, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Two laughing philosophers. (F 

73977, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122793, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Two of a kind. (H 122794, Feb. 9, 

1909.) 

What you niggers going to do wid 

dem possums. (F 73798, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(H 122971, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Worth county hunt. (H 123029, Feb. 

IS, 1909.) 

Yassum I'se cotched twenty a night. 

(H 122795, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 

[5751-5777 

Another joke on [Buster] (F 73769, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Big game hunt in Africa. (F 73348, 
Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Foxy Grandpa. (F 73101, Feb. 8, 
1909.) 

Happy Hooligan a-wooing goes. (F 
73768, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Happv Hooligan begins to pop the 
question. (F 73353, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Happy Hooligan's noives get upset. 
(F 73095, Feb. 8, 1909.) 



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5778 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Amebican-Examineb — Continued. 
Here's Etkelbert Jones and here's 

[Buster] (F 73100, Feb. 8, 1909.) 
Jimmy. (F 73098, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73352, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73767, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Katzenjammer kids ! Yep. (F 73349, 

Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Katzen jammers start on a tour of 

the United States. (F 73766, Feb. 23, 

1909.) 

Katzies on their trip meet Prince 

Hi Lo. (F 73994, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Mary Jane wasn't in this. (F 73997, 

Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Oh Winnie. (F 73102, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73772, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73998, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

'Scuse me Mr. Johnson. (F 73099, 

Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73351, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73770, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73993, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Want any apples? (F 73097, Feb. 8, 

1909.) 

Widow Perkins and her dog Violet. 

(F 73096, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73350, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73771, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73996, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Wooing of Suzanne. (F 73995, Mar. 

2, 1909.) 

American - Journal - Examiner, New 
York, N. Y. [5778-5911 

Ain't it? (F 73912, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74045, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Ain't you sorry. (F 73799, Feb. 24, 

1909. ) 

(F 73907, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

All members of this club. (F 73760, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73831, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Alphonse and Gaston in Washington. 
(F 740S0, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Are women slaves? (F 73050, Feb. 
6, 1909.) 

(F 73115, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73354, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Bingham's shoo-flies. (F 73754, Feb. 

23, 1909.) 

Braggo the monk. (F 73321, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 

(F 74079, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Clever monkey in Monopoly zoo. (F 
73087, Feb. 8, 1909.) 



American- Journal-Examiner — Con. 

Colossus of graft. (F 73355, Feb. 
16, 1909.) 

Courteous cop. (F 74002, Mar. 2, 
1909.) 

Do you know this man. (F 735S5, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Does the stage need reforming? (P 
73252, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Dog show opens. ( F 73154, Feb. 10, 
1909.) 

Dog he left behind him. (F 74043, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Dogs is dogs. (F 72903, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 

(F 73091, Feb. S, 1909.) 

(F 73371, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 74085, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Easy come, easy go club. (F 73670, 
Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Excuse club. (F 73834, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

(F 73945, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

- (F 74046, Mar. 3, 1909.) 
(F 74076, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Frog he would a-wooing go. (F 
73055, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

(F 73118, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73237, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

(F 73284, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73357, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Gimlet club. ( F 73092, Feb. 8, 1909. ) 
(F 73119, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73157, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73285, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73322, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73372, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73548, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 73590, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73759, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73804, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73S57, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

— — (F 73911, Feb. 27, 1909.) 
(F 73948, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74003, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(F 74078, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

(F 740S4, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Great Jap scrap at Washington. (F 

73234, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 73589, Feb. 

19, 1909.) 

(F 74000, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Hall Room boys. (F 73054, Feb. 6, 

1909.) 



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nos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



5922 



American-Journal-Examiner — Con. 
Hall room boys. (F 73120, Feb. 9, 

1909.) 

(F 731 58, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73255, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

(F 7335S, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73547, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 73674, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73764, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73835, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

(F 73949, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74047, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Henpecko the monk. (F 73238, Feb. 

11, 1909.) 

(F 73256, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

(F 73758, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73856, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

I see by the papers. (F 73051, Feb. 

6, 1909.) 

(F 73090, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73367, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73946, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

If it weren't for father. (F 740S1, 

Mar. 5, 1909.) 
In the custody of the United States 

marshal. (F 73586, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
John D. on farming. (F 73116, Feb. 

9, 1909.) 

Just supposin' the Japs should in- 
vade us. (F 73671, Feb. 20, 1909.) 
Knocko the monk. (F 73359, Feb. 

16, 1909.) 

Mary's home from college. ( F 73676, 
Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73803, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73858, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73999, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Misfit fable. ( F 73836, Feb. 25, 1909*. ) 
Mr. Jack. (F 73368, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73545, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 73588, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73755, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73763, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73910, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 73947, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74077, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

(F 74082, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F 73282, Feb. 13, 
1909.) 

(F 73800, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Monopoly scientific expedition dis- 
covers missing link. (F 73318, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 
Never again. ( F 73053, Feb. 6, 1909. ) 
(F 73088, Feb. 8, 1909.) 



(F 73093, Feb. 8, 
(F 74044, 



American- Journal-Examiner — Con. 
Never again. (F 73155, Feb. 10, 

1909.) 

■ (F 73235, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

(F 73253, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

(F 73319, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73370, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73673, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73757, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73832, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

(F 73854, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73908, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Not yet, but never. (F 73761, Feb. 

23,1909.) 

Popular plays. (F 73052, Feb. 6, 

1909.) 

(F 73236, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

(F 73587, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Rhymo junior in search of a cherry 

tree. (F 73765, Feb. 23, 1909.) 
Rhymo the monk 

1909.) 

Say! What d'ye think? 

Mar. 3, 1909.) 

(F 74083, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

There's a reason. (F 73089, Feb. 8, 

1909.) 

(F 73117, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73156, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73254, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

(F 73283, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73320, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73356, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73369, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73546, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 73672, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73756, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73762, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73801, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73833, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

(F 73855, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73909, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Thousand and one nights. (F 74001, 

Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Tightwaddo the monk. (F 73549, 

Feb. 18, 1909.) 
Yes, old man, it comes in bunches. 

(F 73675, Feb. 20, 1909.) 
(F 73802, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

American mutoscope & biograph co., 
New York, N. Y. [5912-5922 

At the altar. (H 123389, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

Brahma diamond. (H 122508, Feb. 
3.. 1909.) 



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5923 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



American mutoscope & biogkaph co. — i 
Continued. 

Girls and daddy. (H 122510, Feb. 3, 
1909.) 

Golden louis. (H 123059, Feb. 18, I 
1909.) 

Hindoo dagger. (H 123060, Feb. 18. | 
1909.) 

His ward's love. (H 122930, Feb. j 
13, 1909.) 

Joneses liave amateur theatricals, i 
(H 122929, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Poe (Edgar Allen) (H 122509. Feb. ' 
3, 1909.) 

Politician's love story. (H 123061, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Tragic love. (H 122691, Feb. 8, 
1909.) 

Wreath in time. (H 122692, Feb. 8, 
1909.) 

American press assn., New York, 

N. Y. [5923-5933 

Nobody loves a fat man. (F 73124, 

Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73140, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73251, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

(F 73339, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73406, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73742, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

■ (F 73784, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73785, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73847, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73992, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

(F 74041, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

American sports post card co. (C. T. 
Carpenter), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[5934 
Cruise of the Atlantic fleet. (F 
73242, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Anderson (W. R.) co., New York, N. Y. 

[5935 
Shay! Officer (hie!) tickle my toes. 
(F 73298, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Armstrong (Will), Boston, Mass. 

[5936 
Circus girl. (H 123150, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Arnot (Robert), Paris, France. 

[5937-5943 

Confidences, by E. Costa. (F 73126, 
Oct. 22, 1908.*) 

Corneille and Richelieu ; by V. de 
Paredes. (F 73128, Oct. 22, 1908; 1 c. 
Oct. 22, 1908; 1 c. Dec. 1, 1908.*) 

Glove (The) ; by A. Robaudi. (F 
73125, Oct. 22, 1908.*) 



Arnot (Robert) — Continued. 

In a snowstorm. (F 73127, Oct. 22, 
1908.*) 

Path of life. (F 73131, Oct. 22, 
1908.*) 

Racine and Boileau at Madame de 
Montespan's; by V. de Paredes. (F 
73129, Oct. 22, 1908 ; 1 c. Oct. 22, 1908 ; 
1 c. Dec. 1, 1908.*) 

Rape (The) (F 73130, Oct. 22, 
1908.*) 

Bailey (Charles Z.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [5944, 5945 

San Pedro, [Cal.], the harbor city. 
(H 123218, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

San Rafael, Cal. (H 123217, Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

Bain (George Grantham), New York, 
N. Y. [5946-5950 

Eames (Emma) 1-3. (H 122799- 
122801, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
11, 1909.) 

Green (Mrs. Hetty) (H 123318, 
Feb. 25, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1909. ) 

• -daughter and son-in4aw. (H 

123319, Feb. 25, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 27, 

1909.) 

Ball (Wm. A.), Rixeyville, Va. [5951 

Jackson's (Gen. Stonewall) boyhood 
home. (H 123308, Feb. 25, 1909.) 
Barbie (George) & sons, Philadelphia, 
Pa. [5952, 5953 

Gomez (Jose Miguel), president of 
the republic of Cuba. (F 73150, Feb. 
10, 1909.) 

Zayas (Alfredo), vice-president of 
the republic of Cuba. (F 73151, Feb. 
10, 1909.) 

Bates & Umberline, Attleboro, Mass. 

[5954 

Guests at Co. C banquet. (H 
123556, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Bayles (Fred E.), Chillicothe, 111. 

[5955, 5956 
Boating on the Illinois river. (H 

123210, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Excursion on Illinois river. (H 

123211, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Bayley (Stanley S.), Chicago, 111. 
[13 photographs.] [5957-5969 

Along the shore by moonlight. — 
Day's work o'er. — Harbor entrance by 
moonlight. — Moonlight on the benefit. — 
Moonlight on the harbor. — Moonlight 
on the lagoon. — Moonlight on the 
water. — -Moonlight's brilliant path- 
way. — Moonlit lake. — - Moon's last 
rays. — Old pier by moonlight.— Still 
moonlight night. — Winter moon. (H 
123543-123555, Mar. 1, 1909.) 



86 



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nos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



(WA\ 



Beasten (Walter), Middletown, Del. 

[5970 
Two orpiugtons. (H 122748, Feb. 8, 
1909.) 

Bender (H. A.), Chicago, 111. 

[5971, 5972 

Lincoln (Abraham), death bed scene. 
(H 123172, Feb. 20, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 4. 
1909.) 

key. (H 123173, Feb. 20, 1909, 

2 c. Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Bennett (J. G.) & co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

[5973-5975 
Hand laundry department. 
Operating room. 
Shirt cutting department. 
(H 123017-123019, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Bicknell mfg. co., Portland, Me. 

[5976 
Rangelev lake, Maine. (H 122958, 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Bieder (J. L.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[5977, 5978 
625, 626. (F 72922, 72923, Feb 3, 
1909; 2 c. of each Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Bigelow (G. Heffland), Seattle, 
Wash. [5979 

When monkeys like milk. (F 73845, 
Feb. 23, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Bisbee (Clarence E.), Twin Falls, 
Idaho. [5980, 59S1 

Devil's washboard. (H 122956. Feb. 
15,1909.) 

Shoshone falls. (H 122957, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 

Bishop (J. Knowles), Baltimore, Md. 

[5982 

Walsh (Thomas F.) (H 123257, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Blacknall (R. E.), Atlanta, Ga. 

[5983, 5984 
Passing of Teddy. A, B. (G 21006, 
21007, Feb. 23, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
11, 1909.) 

Bliss (Harry), New York, N. Y. 

[5985-5988 

Easter greeting. (F 73136, Feb. 3, 
1909.) 

Easter greetings. (F 73135, Feb. 3, 
1909.) 

Happy Easter. (F 73138, Feb. 3, 
1909.) 

Who said bad egg. (F 73137, Feb. 
3, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 10, 1909. 



Boeck (Alfred A.), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[5989—5992 
Jew dancing. ( F 73049, Feb. 6, 1909 J 
(H 122673, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Jew reading a newspaper. ( F 73048, 
Feb. 6, 1909.) 

(H 122672, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Jan. 28, 1909. 

Boston Herald co., Boston, Mass. 

[5993, 5994 

Boston, Mass., Tremont st. subway. 
(F 72264, Jan.. 11, 1909.) 

supplying links in Boston's 

lines. (F 72265, Jan. 11, 1909; 2 e. 
Jan. 9, 1909. 

Boston photo news co., Boston, Mass. 

[5995 
Connelly (James B.), author. (H 
122684, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Bowers (Edward A.), New Haven, 

Conn. [5996 

Silver alms basin presented by Elihu 

Yale to St. Mary's Church, Madras, in 

16S7. (H 122523, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Boysen (Julius T.), Yosemite, Cal. 

[5997-5999 
Olympic club hockey team. (H 

123647, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Playing hockey in Yosemite. CH 

123648, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Rush (The) (H 123646, Mar. 5, 
1909.) 

Brigham (J. M.), Battle Creek, Mich. 

[6000 
Devotion. (H 123412, Feb. 27, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Brown (H. J.), Nahcotta, Wash. 

[6001 
Alice (The) by moonlight. (H 
122872, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. Minn. 

[6002-0131 

As the day endeth. 1-3. — Carna- 
tions. 1-3. — Clarissa. — Flower girl. 
1, 2. — In maiden meditation. 1, 2. — 
In repose. — Isabel. 1-3. — Land of the 
midnight sun. 1, 2. — Queen of the 
May. — Vassar girl. 1-3. — Woodland 
pool. [22 prints] (F 73412-73433, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Allow me. — Autumnal glories. — • 
Bertha. — Breach of promise suit. 1, 
2. — Bronk to breakfast. — Chieftain 
(The). — Coming events cast their 
shadows before. — Critic (The). 1-3. — 
Diamonds are trumps. — Dog of a bach- 
elor. — Evening shadows. — Fair ex- 
change. 1, 2. — Final authority. 1-3. — 



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6132 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Beown & Bigelow — Continued. 
First wagon trail. — Fisher girl. 1-3. — 
Game of hearts. — Gilbert girl. 1-3. — 
Girl in the moon. — Good friends. 1, 
2. — Harper girl. 1-3. — Harriet. — Help- 
ing grandma. — Her birthday. — Kimball 
girl. 1-3. — Late arrivals. 1, 2. — Little 
difference of opinion. — Little powder is 
a dangerous thing. — Making hay while 
the sun shines. — Mantle of gold. 1, 
2. — Martha. — Natures reward — News 
vendors. 1, 2. — October glories. — Off 
to the front.— Old grist mill.— Old 
Kentucky home. — Old lumber mill. — 
Old spring house. — Once upon a time. 
1, 2. — Pleasant memories. 1-3. — 
Polly. — Prophecy of the tea leaves. — 
Raspberries. — Reflected glories. — Re- 
flections. 1-3. — Reflections of a bache- 
lor. — Road to the old homestead. — 
Runaways (The). — Smart set. 1, 2. — 
Song of the wave. 1, 2. — Soubrette 
(The) 1-3.— Spirit of spring.— Sum- 
mer day. — Summer days. — Summer 
morning. — Sunset in mid ocean. 1, 2. — 
Sunshine. 1-3. — Surprised. 1, 2. — 
Sweet innocence. 1-3. — Three friends. 
1, 2. — Tired out. — Virginia. 1, 2. — 
Vivian. 1, 2. — Washington (General) 
at Christ church Easter Sunday. 1, 2. — 
When the hours of day are num- 
bered. — Where the river winds. 1, 2. — 
Who's afraid. [105 prints] (F 73434- 
73528, 73530-73539, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Rehearsal (The) (F 73837, Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

Winter evening. (F 73839, Feb. 18, 
1909. ) 

You're going to take a journey. (F 
73840, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Beownscombe (Jennie), New York, 

N. Y. [6132 

When skies are blue. (H 123411, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Burgess (W. E.), Scottsville, Va. 

[6133-6136 

Arvonia, Va. 1-3. ( H 116199-116201, 
Sept. 28, 1908; 2 c. of each Sept. 22, 
1908.)* 

Scottsville, Va. (H 123075, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 

Burns (Robert), Pullman, Wash. 

[6137 
W. S. C. in winter. (H 123097, Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

Campbell (Joseph) co., Camden, N. J. 
[8 chromos] [6138-6145 

All aboard. — Bashful. — Christmas 
eve. — Dinner alone. — Get up. — In the 
swing. — Literary kid. — Sick-a-bed. (G 
20901-20908. Feb. 3. 1909.) 



Cardinell (J. D.), Alameda, Cal. [10 
prints] [6146-6155 

Being punishe d. — Blackmail. — 
Brother Jim. — Dad. — Going home. — 
Naughty dog. — Picket duty. — S i s t e r 
Kit.— Tom boy.— Wash day. (F 73596- 
73605, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Carpenter (Charles T.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [6156 

Prize fight design. (F 73841, Feb. 
26, 1909.) 

Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. 

[6157, 6158 

Mascot poster. (G 21029, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

Sweethearts. (G 21008, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

Center (A. P.), Brawley, Cal. [6159 
Imperial valley gold bond. (H 
122756, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Century co., New York, N. Y. [6180 
Madonna of the prairie ; by P. V. E. 
Ivory. (H 122968, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Chambers (G. R.), San Bernardino, 
Cal. [6161 

San Bernardino, Cal., city and val- 
ley. (H 123450, Mar. 1, 1909; 2 c. 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Chapman (Lilian H.), Oak Bluffs, 
Mass. [6162 

Fourscore years and ten. ( H 123107, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. 
C. 6163-6177 

Ballinger (Mrs. Richard) (H 
123671, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Espinosa ( Rudolf o) (H 122935, Feb. 
13, 1909.) 

Espinosa (Mrs. Rudolfo) (H 
122936, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Harding (Bishop) (H 122933, Feb. 
13, 1909.) 

Jones (Senator W. L.), of Wash- 
ington. (H 123672, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

La Barra (Senor Don Fransisco de), I 
New Mexican ambassador. (H 123673, I 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Nagel (Mr. Chas.) (H 123674, I 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Nagel (Mrs. Chas.) (H 123675, I 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Roosevelt (President) tennis cabi- I 
net. (H 123676, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Sherman (Mrs. James) (H 123677, I 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 



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0256 



Clinedinst (B. M.)— Continued. 

Van Devanter (Judge Willis) (H 
12367S, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Wilson (Miss Flora) (H 122934, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Wilson (Mr. Huntington) (H 

122931, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Wilson (Mrs. Huntington) (H 

122932, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Wynne (Miss Ida) (H 123679, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Clinton printing co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [6178-6212 

Atlantic City, N. J. 33, 35, 37, 42, 50, 
53, 55, 58, 59, 67, 73, 74, 76, 85, 86, 88, 
93, 95, 102-109, 111, 113, 145, 150, 157, 
160, 164, 219, 234. (F 73634-73656, 
73658-73669, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Coker (A. G.), Burnside, Ky. [6213 
Breezes of affection. (H 123370, 
Feb. 13, 1909 : 2 c. Jan. 19, 1909. ) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, 
N. Y. [6214 

Rescuing the living at Messina. (F 
72503, Jan. 18, 1909.*) 

Colored American loan & realty co., 
Denver, Colo. [6215 

Patiently progressing. (F 73262. 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Coolidge (Baldwin), Woburn, Mass. 

[6216, 6217 
Luchini (Giovanni) (Cico) 1, 2. (H 
123636, 123637, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Coovert (J. C), Memphis, Tenn. 

[6218 
Breaking ground for the new union 
depot. (H 123149, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Cory (F. Y.), New York, N. Y. [6219 
Colonial cupid. (H 121753, Jan. 19, 
1909.) 

Courier company of Buffalo, Buffalo, 
N. Y. [6220-6223 

China dolls and little tin soldiers. 
(G 20762, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Harlan (Otis), portrait and figure. 
(G 20763, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Howe Egypt-Russia. (G 20711, Jan. 
21, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1909.) 

Looks to me like a big night tonight. 
(G 20761, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Craig (Woodson L.) co., San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [6224, 6225 

Disagreeable task. (H 122524, Feb. 
4,1909; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Sealer girl. (H 122525, Feb. 4,- 1909 ; 
2 c. Jan. 20, 1909.) 



Ckaven (Charles E.), Jamestown, 
N. Y. [6226 

Erie annual conference, Methodist 
Episcopal church, Jamestown, N. Y. 
(II 117571, Oct. 28, 1908; 2 c. Dec. 16, 
1908.*) 

Crummer (Emma C). Oak Park, 111. 

[6227 
Lincoln (Abraham) (H 122745, 
Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Culver summer naval school. Culver, 
Ind. [6228, 6229 

Culver summer naval school. (F 
73108, Feb. 9, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1909.) 

Summer school cadet. (H 12316U, 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Curtis & Cameron. Boston, Mass. 

[6230-6256 

Chanson; by Edith Mitchell Prell- 
witz. 1, 2. (H 123151, 123152, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Child in the house; by Ella Condie 
Lamb. (H 123241, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Cigale; by Carroll Beckwith. 1, 2. 
(H 123153, 123154, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Her portrait; bv J. Campbell Phil- 
lips. 1-3. (H 123155-123157, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Last of the snow ; by Wm. H. Lip- 
pincott. (H 123242, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Little Bashful; by Hilda Belcher. 
(H 123243, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Little bov Blue ; by Louise Cox. 1, 2. 
(H 123158, 123159, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Little Dutch; by Carl F. Becker. 

1, 2. (H 123160, 123161, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
Little teacher; by Beatrice Ton- 

nesen. (H 123244, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Nautilus (The) ; by Carroll Beck- 
with. (H 123245, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Revery; by Christine Lumsden. (H 
323247, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Sleep; by Carroll Beckwith. (H 
12348, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Spinners (The) ; by Walter Gay. 1, 

2. (H 123162, 123163, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
Spring; by H. Bolton Jones. (H 

123249, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Spring woods ; by Henry W. Ranger. 
(H 123250, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Sun maiden ; by Lillian M. Genth. 
(H 123251, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Sunset; by Dwight W. Tryon. (H 
123252, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Washington (George) portrait; by 
Gilbert Stuart. (H 123246, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 



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Curtis & Camebon — Continued. 

Young Holstein bull; by Carleton, 
Wiggin. 1, 2. (H 123164, 123165, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

CuRTiss studio, New Haven, Conn. 

[6257-6260 

Freshman academic class • group. 
1, 2. (H 123177, 123178, Feb. 20, 
1909. ) 

Fresbman sheff class group. 1, 2. 
(H 123179, 123180, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Dahl (Esward), Chisholm, Minn. 

[6261 
Cbisbolm, Minn. Nov. 5th, 1908. 
(H 122635, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Dakan (W. E.), Stamford, Tex. 

[6262 
Stamford, Tex., public school build- 
ing. (H 113303, July 13, 1908; 2 c. 
Jan. 23, 1909.) 

Dart (Frank Sayles), New York, 
N. Y. [6263 

On the Hudson. (H 122817, Feb. 
10, 1909.) 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New York, N. Y. 

[6264, 6265 

Dogwood. (H 123348, Feb. 25, 
1909. ) 

Nellie. (H 123176, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Day (Luella), St. Augustine, Fla. 

[6266 
St. Augustine, Fla., silver casque, 
representing the landing of Ponce de 
Leon. (H 123414, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Decker (D. E.), Leslie, Ark. 

[6267, 6268 

Leslie, Ark. (H 123447, Feb. 27, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 14. 1909.) 

Pivot rock, near Leslie. (H 123446, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Dedrick (J. V.), Taloga, Okla. ISO 
photographs] [6269-6298 

Beef issue. — Buffalo hunter s. — 
Buffalo on the government reservation. 
Wichita mountains. — Cantonment In- 
dian school. — Cheyenne camp; drying 
beef. — Cheyenne village near Canton- 
ment. — Dreaming of days gone by. — 
Gould (Mrs. J.) and family. — Home 
life among the Kiowa s. — Hunter 
(The). — Indian children's pastime. — 
Indian immom or bath-house.— Indian 
chair. — Indians killing buffalo in Okla- 
homa. — Kiowa Indian kitchen. — 
Kiowa chief Hunting Horse and fam- 
ily. — Kiowas at prayer. — Kokon (Bes- 
sie), Kiowa. — Little Chief and Chief 
Bear Claw.— Mulhall (Lucille) at 101 
ranch. — Oklahoma dugout.— Old Blindy 
the Arapaho. — One of Custer's dispatch 



Dedrick (J. V.) — Continued, 
bearers and squaw. — Otoe hunters. — 
Paleface no good. — Toughfeather 
(Amy) and pappoose. — Training the 
young Cheyenne to ride. — Waiting for 
their braves. — Walk-Stone (Chief) and 
favorite squaw. — Winter camp of 
North Canadian Cheyennes. (H 
122701-122730, Feb. 8, 1909; 2 c. of 
each rec'd respectively Dec. 14, 1908; 
or, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Delmas photo co., Newark, N. J. 

[6299-6301 

Newark board of trade, of Newark, 
N. J. 

Wieler (F. M.) & co., inc., office of, 
of Newark, N. J. 

Yale alumni of Essex co., Orange, 
N. J. 

(H 122637-122639, Jan. 28, 1909.*) 

De Long (Malcher L.), Great Falls, 
Mont. [6302 

Rainbow falls, Missouri river. (H 
123214, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Dennison (H. H.), Barron, Wis. 

[6303 
Till's (John) orchestra. (H 122764, 
Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Denver Post, Denver, Colo. 

[6304-6307 
Adventures of the little Post Want 

ad. (F 73216, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

(F 73560, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 73846, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 74100, Mar.' 5, 1909.) 

Derry (Henry J.), Duluth, Minn. 

[6308 
Killed by lightning. (H 122682, Feb. 
8, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Detroit publishing co., Detroit, Mich. 

[6309-6325 

America. (H 123439, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Boston, Mass., Paul Revere house. 
1-6. (H 122858-122863, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Brooklyn, N. Y., approach to Brook- 
lyn bridge. (H 123440, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Detroit, Mich. 1, 2. (H 123441, 
123442, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Belle isle, horticultural build- 
ing. (H 122864, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Holland morning, by George Hitch- 
cock. (F 73086, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

J. T. Hutchinson (Steamer) leaving 
Sault St. Marie. (H 123443. Feb. 27, 
1909.) 

New York. N. Y. 1, 2. (H 123444, 
123445, Feb. 27, 1909.) 



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6441 



Detroit publishing co. — Continued. 

Pool (The) A, B. (H 122963, 
122964, Fob. 15, 1909.) 

Distin (Wm. L.), Safanac Lake. N. Y. 

[6326. 6327 

Saranac Lnke ice palace. (H 122746, 
Feb. S, 1909.) 

Storming Saranac Lake ice palace. 
(H 122747, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston, Mass. 

[6328 
Musician (The) Mar., 1909. (F 
73751, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Dodge pub. co., New York, N. Y. [6329 
Every mother. (F 72906, Jan. 21. 
1909.*) 

Dravin (Julius), Boston, Mass. 

[6330-6346 

[Russian monarch playing cards] 
1-13. (H 123079-123081, 123085-123090. 
123092-123095, Feb. 18, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 10, 1909.) 

14-16. (H 123082, 123084, 

123091, Feb. 18, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

17. (H 123083, Feb. 18, 1909; 

1 c. Feb. 10, 1909; 1 c. Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Drucker & co.. New York, N. Y. 

[6347-6352 
Boat scene. ( H 123181, Feb. 20, 1909. ) 
Farewell dinner tendered to Mme. 

Sembrich. (H 122875, Feb. 12, 1909.) 
Opening chorus. (H 123182, Feb. 

20, 1909.) 

Oriental danCe. (H 123183, Feb. 20. 

1909.) 

Principals. ( H 123184, Feb. 20, 1909. ) 
Spanish dance. (H 123185, Feb. 20, 

1909.) 

Dryden lodge, no. 390, I. O. of O. F., 

Dryden, N. Y. [6353 

Dryden, N. Y., Odd Fellows' temple. 

(H 122757, Feb. 9, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 30, 

1909.) 

Dukeiiart (Samuel T.), Baltimore, 

Md. [6354 

Baltimore, Md., burning of the Front 

st. theatre and circus, Feb. 3, 1838. 

(H 122840, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Eaton (Edward B.), Hartford, Conn. 

6355 
Lincoln (Abraham) (F 72788, Jan. 
29, 1909.*) 

Eaton (Hugh & Margaret), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [6356, 6357 

Yalhal leaflet 1, 2. (F 73905, 73906, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 



Edison manufacturing co., Orange. 
N. J. | (;:!• 18-6396 

Bachelor's supper. 1-4. ( II 122813- 
122816, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Boyhood dreams. 1-4. (II 123627- 
123630, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Daughter of the sun. 1-6. (H 
123010-123015, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Janitor's bottle. 1-3. (H 123193- 

123195, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Landlady's portrait. 1-4. (H 123198- 
123201, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Left out. 1-5. (H 123398-123402, 
Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Saleslady's matinee idol. 1-6. (H 
122938-122943, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Uplifting of Mr. Barker. 1, 2. (H 

123196, 123197, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

100 % jealousy. 1-5. (H 123631- 
123635, Mar. 3, 1909.) 



Washington, 
[6397-6400 
(H 123608, 



Edmonston (David B.). 
D. C. 

Cortelyou (George B.) 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Sherman (James S.) 3, 4. (H 
123610, 123611, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Taft (William LI.) (H 123609, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Eickemeyer (Rudolf), Yonkers, N. Y. 
[4 photographs.] [6401-6404 

In the Berkshire hills. — Lily pond.— 
Long island shore. — September morn- 
ing. (LI 122881-122884, Feb. 12. 1909.) 

Eismann (Theodor), New York, N. Y. 

[6405-6422 

Automobiling. 1-6. 
122824, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Dog cart ride. 1-6. 
122830, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Horseback riding. 1-6 
122836, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Elliott (Hugh & Ruth), Rochester, 
Ind. [6 photographs.] [6423-6428 
Ad-deck-coy, Navajo, a, b. — A-taid- 
se-ce, Navajo. — Keh, Navajo. — Mongue, 
Moqui.— Mnl-tean, Navajo. ( H 123202- 
123207, Feb. 20, 1909; 2 c. of each Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

Elson, (A. W.) & co., Boston, Mass. 

[6429 
Road to Concarnean; by Wm. L. 
Picknell. (H 122559, Feb. 5, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.) 

English (H.), Wallace, Idaho. 

[6430-6441 
C. M. & P. S. pass. 1-A.- (H 122877- 
122S80, Feb. 12. 1909.) 



(H 122819- 
(H 122825- 
(H 122831- 



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English (H.) — Continued. 

C. M. & P. S. pass. 1, 2. (H 
123356, 123357, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Hole'd. (H 123355, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Kelly creek bridge. (H 123358, Feb. 
25, 1909.) 

Kelly creek viaduct. (H 123359, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Last round. (H 123360, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

Men who did the work. (H 123361, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Night shift in heading. (H 122876. 
Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Ervin (Emma A.), Denver, Colo. 

[6442, 6443 

Risen with Christ. (F 72845, Jan. 
30, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

'Tis Easter morning, friend to thee. 
(F 72844, Jan. 30, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23. 
1909.) 
Ewan (Nellie G.), Ashland, Ores. 

[6444 

Ashland creek, Oregon. (H 123027, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Faber (John T.), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[6445, 6446 
Milwaukee special. 

Ye Germans must togedder sticken. 

(H 122686, 122687, Jan. 20, 1909 ; 2 c. 
of each Jan. 14, 1909.*) 
Fairbanks bros., Austin, Me. [6447 

Lincoln (Abraham) from painting 
made in 1863. (H 122960, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 
Falk, New York, N. Y. [6448 

Judges of the appellate division of 
the supreme court, state of New York. 
(H 123381, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Fawcett (Waldon), Washington, D.C. 

[6449-6454 

Sherman (James S.) (H 123352, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Sherman (Mrs. James S.) (H 
123353, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Taft (Charles) (H 123351, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

Taft (William H.) and sons. (H 
123349, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Taft (Mrs. William H.) and daugh- 
ter. (H 123350, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Taft family. (H 123354, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

Fine art calendar co., Chicago, 111. 
[28 prints] [6455-6482 

American study in profile. — Bank of 
Marne. — Beatrice. — Birds nest. — 
Chrysanthemum. — Clearing the hill- 



Fine art calendar co. — Continued, 
side. — Deans ( Effie ) . — Devoted child. — 
Dovey (Ethel).— Elsley (Chick).— En- 
gagement. — Harbor of Toulon. — Mill 
in the lowlands. — Mill race. — Miracu- 
lous catch. — Mischief makers. — Nor- 
way stream. — Old Dutch mill. — Old 
ta vera. — Quietude. — Rosebud. — Scotch 
heather. — Secret letter. — Sheep at even- 
ing. — Street in Bruges, Belgium. — 
Winter day in Holland. — Winter mati- 
nee girl. — Youth and innocence. (F 
73162-73189, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Fisher-Armistead, San Francisco, Cal. 

[6483 
Times are fine, thanks. (F 73033, 
Feb. 6, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1909.) 

Fitch (R. Evelyn), St. Louis, Mo. 

[6484 
Many are called but few get up. (F 
73317, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Fletcher (S. E.), Aberdeen, S. Dak. 

[6485 
4th annual farmer's ball. (H 123588, 
Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Floe (Easton), Blue Earth, Minn. 

[64S6-64S8 
Blue Earth, Minn. 1-3. (H 12309S- 
123100, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Foley (E. F.), New York, N. Y. 

[6489-6509 

Tetrazzini (Madame Luisa). 1600- 
1-S, 1602-1-6. (H 122731-122744, 
Feb. 8, 1909.) 

1600-9, 1600-16, 1600-17, 1600- 

18, 1600-20, 1600-25, 1600-31. (H 

123123-123129, Feb. 19„ 1909.) 

Fox (Ross G.), Seattle, Wash. [6510 

Stung. (H 122973, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Frost (Chas. C), Grundy Center, 
Iowa. [5 photographs.] 

[6511-6515 
Corn by the car load. — Iowa corn. — 
Iowa pumpkin. — Prize potato. — Ship- 
ping pumpkins. (H 1231SS-123192, 
Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Fuller (Clarence R.), Schenectady, 
N. Y. [6516 

Schenectady, N. Y., Van Curler opera 
house. (H 123001, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

General electric co., Schenectady, 
N. Y. [6517-6523 

Lillian and her friends using Gen- 
eral electric water heater. 1-7. (H 
123229-123235, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Geroux (Theodore), Watertown, N. Y. 

[6524 
Flower (Roswell P.) memorial li- 
brary by moonlight. (H 122951, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 



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6631 



Gilbo (W. H.), Brooklyn, N. Y. [6525 
"Washington, D. G, National capitol. 
(F 73330, Feb. 9, 1909.) 



Kewaunee, 
[6526-0535 
(F 73571- 



Glandt (William F.), 
Wis. 
Kewaunee, Wis. 1-10. 
735S0, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Glass-Johnson land co., Bigtirnber, 
Mont. [6536 

Yellowston river and Crazy moun- 
tains in the distance. G. (H 123409, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Goldsmith (Hugo B.), San Francisco, 
Cal. [6537, 653S 

Happy days. (H 123221, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 

Man with the pick. (H 123220, Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

Graham photo co., Los Angeles, Cal. 

[6539-6542 
Pasadena, Cal., Adolphus Busch's ar- 
royo garden, Ivy wall. 1-^. (H 
123168-123171, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Grammas (G.), Chicago, 111. [6543 

Mother. (H 123174, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Gray lithograph co., New York, N. Y. 

[6544-6580 

Cupid's contest's. 1-6. (G 20932- 
20937, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Garden gleanings. 1-6. (G 20909- 
20914, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Good luck. 1-6. (G 21095-21100, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Greetings. 1-S. (G 21107-21112, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Navy (The) 1-6. (G 21101-21106. 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Pals. (G 21030, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Paris belles. 1-6. [6 lithographs. 1 
(H 121S47-121S52, Jan. 22, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Greenfield (Ralph E.), Superior, 
Wis. [6581 

Superior, Wis., White way. (F 
73263, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Grissom (Sherwood T.), Dardanelle, 
Ark. [6582, 6583 

Dardanelle rock. (H 122765, Feb. 
9, 1909.) 

Mt Nebo, Ark., snow scene. (H 
122766, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Gubelman pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[6584-6586 
Chuting the rapids. (F 73897, Feb. 
•27,1909.) 



Gubelman pub. co. — Continued. 

Last stand. (F 73584, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Surprise (The) (F 73243, Feb. 9, 
1909.) 

Haas, New York, N. Y. [6587-6601 

[Art studies, Maude O'Dell] 10003- 

10006, 10010, 10013-10015, 10018, 10027. 

(H 122989-122998, Feb. 16, 1909.) 
10002, 10007-10009, 10011. (H 

123054-123058, Feb. 17, 1909; 2 c. of 

each Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Haeseler photographic studios, 
Philadelphia, Pa. [6602 

Washington; portrait by Peale. (H 
122869, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Hagelstein bros., New York, N. Y. 
[10 prints.] [6603-6612 

Autumn. — Blue bowl. — Caruso (En- 
rico) — Evening song. — In the studio. — 
Lesson (The) — Meditation. — Pas- 
toral. — Thetis. — Under the pergola. ( F 
73037-73046, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[6613-6620 

Pensacola, [Fla.] 1-4. (H 123020- 
123023, Feb. 17, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
16, 1909.) 

Mobile, Ala. 1-3. (H 122865, 
122866, 122868, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

[Santa Barbara, Cal.], Hotel Potter. 
(H 122867, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Hall (Frank H.), West Somerville, 

Mass. [6621 

Boston, Mass., the First Church of 

Christ Scientist. (H 122767, Feb. 9, 

1909.) 

Hall (Tom), Montclair, N. J. [6622 
Tom Hall cadets. (F 73217, Feb. 11, 
1909.) 



Hammock (C. S.), North 
Mass. 
Decorative initials. 
15, 1909.) 



Scituate, 

[6623 

(F 73304, Feb. 



Hancock (W. G.), Texarkana, Ark. 

[6624 
Have you no home? (F 73300, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 

Hanford (D. R.), Duluth, Minn. 

[6625-6631 

Dinner on the prairie. (H 123681, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Fighting the rope. (H 123684, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Footrope doing its work. (H 123680, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 



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Hanford (D. R.) — Continued. 

Not yet subdued. (H 123685, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Saddling up. (H 123683, Mar. 5, 
1909.) 

Scene at camp. (H 123682, Mar. 5, 
1909.) 

Small bunch grazing. (H 123686, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Hanson (Maynaed D.), Portland, Me. 

[6632-6635 

Fernald (Gov.) and council. (H 
122948, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Maine house of representatives. (H 
122512, Feb. 3, 1909.) 

^j (H 122949, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

"'Maine senate. (H 122511, Feb. 3. 
1909. ) 

Harden (B. A.), Le Roy, Minn. [6636 
Bucking the snow. (H 122633, Feb. 

5, 1909. 

Harlee (M. D.), Florence, S. C. 

[6637, 663S 
Smith (E. D.), U. S. senator, of 

South Carolina. 1. 2. (H 123314, 

123315, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Harper (J. M.), Chicago, 111. [6839 
Billy possum and sweet taters. (H 
123212, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Harper & bros., New York, N. Y. 

[6640, 6641 

Henry VIII and Anne Bullen : bv 
Edwin A. Abbey, R. A. (F 73582, Feb. 
19, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Katherine of Aragon; by Edwin A. 
Abbey, R. A. ( F 73583, Feb. 19, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 

[6642-6644 
Alcazar. 1, 2. (H 1226S7, 1226SS, 
Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Fort Marion. C. (H 122689, Feb. 8, 
1909.) 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, Chicago, 111. 
[25 prints.] [6645-6669 

At the fountain. — At the sea shore. — 
Basket workers. — Cambridge. — Down 
on the farm. — Drill ! ye terriers ! 
drill. — Fido on the job. — Fly casting. — 
He loves me not. — Horse show. — In the 
colonade. — In the navy yard. — Madi- 
son square. — Oiling up. — Pacer. — 
Papa's pants will soon fit Willie. — 
Pennsylvania station. — Polo game.— 
Practice game. — Roosevelt brigade. — 
St. Regis staircase. — Two hearts that 
beat as one. — Under the old apple 
tree. — Summer's da v. (F 73190- 
73213, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

94 



Hart, Schaffner & Marx — Continued. 
Guests (The) (F 73691, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 

Helmns (John), Washington, D. C. 

[6670 
Counting electoral vote. 1909. (H 
122854, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Hemenway (W. G.), New York, N. Y. 

[6671 
Smith (Mary Evangeline) (H 
122634, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

I Heminway (M.) & sons silk co.. New 
York, N. Y. [6672 

California poppy. (F 72972, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 



Hirsh brothers. New York, N. Y. 

[6673 
Action. (F 73214, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Hiscock (F. J.), Cody, Wyo. [4 pho- 
tographs] ' [6674-6677 
Bear in camp. — Going over Sylvan 
pass. — Rocky mountain black bear. — ■ 
Wyoming brown bear. (H 118799- 
118802, Nov. 24, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Nov. 
25, T90S.*) 

Historical art (C. W. Smith, mgr.), 

Philadelphia, Pa. [6678 

Ross (Betsy). . . . personated by 

Adele H. Turner. (F 73S96, Feb. 19, 

1909. ) 

Holt (John H), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[6679 
Philadelphia, Pa., West Girard ave. 
Baptist church. (G 20877, Feb. 10, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1909.) 

Hower (Aten Bowman), Cullman, 

Ala. [6680 

Cullman, Ala., water tower cotton 

oil mill, result of blizzard. (H 122967, 

Feb. 15, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Howse bros., Trenton, Tenn. [6681 
Costumes worn by the Night Riders 
on the night of the murder of Capt. 
Rankin at Reelfoot lake. (F 72S73, 
Feb. 1, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Hoyt (Herman S.), San Francisco, 
Cal. [6682, 66S3 

America's champion, The Thomas 
Flyer. (H 122962, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Native son of the golden west. (H 
122961, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Hughes & Lyday co., Detroit, Mich. 

[6684-6686 
Boy Christ; by Heinrich Hofmann. 
(H 123110, Feb. 19, 1909.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 9-12. Mar., 1909 



0702 



Hughes & Lyday co. — Continued. 

Lincoln statue, by St. Gaudens, in 
Lincoln park, Chicago. 1, 2. (H 
123108, 123109, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Hri sizer co., Des Moines, Iowa. [G0ST 
Bargain. (F 73790, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Hyneman (Thos. M.), New York, N. Y. 

[00SS 
Ready for the table. (II 123258, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Hyslop (Daniel), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[66S9 
Warm meals at all hours. ( H 122839, 
Feb. 11. 1909.) 

International harvester co. of Amer- 
ica. Chicago. 111. [G690-6701 

Harvest around the world. 1. (G 
20878, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1909 ; 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1909.) 

2-12. (G 20942-20952, Feb. 15, 

1909.) 

Jackson (Howard Randall), U. S. 

[6702-6705 

Four rear admirals and their staffs, 
F. S. Atlantic fleet. 

Potter (Rear Admiral William Pot- 
ter), U. S. navy. 

Potter (Rear Admirals) and Wain- 
wright and three captains of U. S. 
Atlantic fleet. 

Potter (Rear Admirals), Schroeder, 
Sperry and Wainwright. 

(H 123365-123368. Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Jerome (Charles W.)> Owatonna. 

Minn. [6706 

Owatonna. Minn.. Pillsbury academy 

football team of 190S. (H 123106, 

Feb. 19, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1909.) 

Johnson (Carl P.), Chicago, 111. 

[6707 

Presidents of the U. S. A. from 

"Washington to Taft in one group. (F 

74036, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Johnson (J. A.), Sauk Centre, Minn. 

[6708-6710 

Sauk Centre, Minn. 1,2. (H 123362. 
123363, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

West Sauk Centre showing Sauk 
lake in distance. (H 123364, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

Johnson co., Salt Lake Citv, Utah. 

[6711 
Utah state legislature, session 1909. 
(H 123002, Feb. 17, 1909.) 



Johnston (R. W.) studio, Pittsburg, 

Pa. [6712 

Pittsburgh, official sesqui-centennial 

photograph. (H 122974, Feb. 16, 1909. 

Jones (John F.), Toledo, Ohio. [6713 
Helpmates. (II 123213, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 

Judge co., New York, N. Y. [6714, 6715 
Awaiting a favorable reply. (F 
73749, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Little Johnny and the Taffy pos- 
sums. (F 73606, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Kabo corset co., Chicago, 111. [20 
prints.] [6716-6735 

Acme. — Berkshire. — Bordeau. — Bras- 
sierre. — Charlemaine. — - Charlevoix. — 
Empire. — Exmoor. — Directoire. — Gla- 
vois. — Kermes. — My lady o' roses. — 
Parisian. --- Peerless. — Photone. — Re- 
pousse. — Reux ( L' ) — Soeur ( Le) — 
Westminster.— Yukon. ( F 73692-73711, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Kahn (Felix) & co., Chicago, 111. 

[6736-6738 

Annex. (F 73959, Feb. 17, 1909.) 
• Stratford. (F 73958, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Victor. (F 73960, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 1, 1909. 

Kaplan (Rose), New York, N. Y. 

[6739-6750 
How can you do it on — ? 1-12. 
(F 73305-73316, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Karnebogen (William PL), Hermann. 

Mo. [6751 

Hermann, Mo. (F 73563, Feb. 10, 
1909. ) 

Kaufman (August), New York, N. Y. 

[6752 
God of grumblers. (H 122950, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 

Kellogg (Mrs. Helen), Colchester, 
Conn. [6753-6757 

Ice storm. 7A-7E. (H 123393- 
123397, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Kellogg studio, Cuba, N. Y. 

[6758, 6759 
Empire city barn. 225, 226. (H 
123239, 123240, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Keppler & Schwaezman, New York. 
N. Y. [6760-6762 

Marriage of convenience. (F 72891, 
Feb. 2, 1909.) 

On the picket line. (F 72892, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Whole world. (F 72063, Jan. 5, 
1909; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1909.*) 



95 



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6763 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Ketterlinus litho. mfg. co., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. [6763, 6764 
Clover. (G 20916, Feb. 12, 1909.) 
Rose. (G 20915, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Kimball (Alonzo), New York, N. Y. 
[6 prints] [6765-6770 

Finishing touch. — Foot-baller. — In 
confidence. — Out for a walk. — Under 
the lamp.— Waiting. (F 73245-73250, 
Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Kimball press, Evanston, 111. 

[6771-6774 
Be thou strong and very courageous. 

(F 73811, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
God first. (F 73813, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
God is love. (F 73S12, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
You. (F 73810, Feb. 19, 1909.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 25, 1909. 

Kirtland (Lillian C), Maiden, Mass. 

[6775 
Lincoln (President) plate. 
122885, Feb. 12. 1909.) 



(H 



Knabe ( William ) 
N. Y. 
Reache 

the piano 



& co., New 



York, 

[6776 

(Miss Gerville) seated at 

(H 122780, Feb. 9, 1909.) 



Knoedler (E. L.). New York, N. Y. 

[6777 
Prince Charles of Wales; by Van 
Dyck. (F 73411, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Koehler (Joseph). New York, N. Y. 

[6778 
Teddy in Africa. (F 73361, Feb. 3, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Lamain & McLoughlin, Mackinaw 

City, Mich. [6779 

Mackinaw City, Mich., Main st. (F 

73678, Jan. 7, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Lamb (Frank S.), Spencer, Iowa. 

[6780 
Spencer, Iowa, interior Grace M. E. 
church. (H 122750, Feb. 8, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Lambin (George M.) & co., Chicago. 
111. [6781-6815 

American girl. (F 73064, Feb. S, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Birches. (F 72618, Jan. 22, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Choir boy. (F 72619, Jan. 22, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Clustering birches. (F 73065, Feb. 
8, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Dutch girl. (F 73066, Feb. 8, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23. 1909.) 



Lambin (George M.) & co. — Continued. 
Early morning. (F 72620, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Easter blessings. 20, 23. (F 72621, 
72622, Jan. 22, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
13, 1909.) 

Easter lilies. (F 72623, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Easter morning. (F 72624, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Fox river near Aurora, 111. (F 
72625, Jan. 22, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1909.) 

French girl. (F 73067, Feb. 8, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Llappy Easter. (F 72626, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Irish girl. (F 73068, Feb. 8, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Italian girl. (F 73069, Feb. 8, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Japanese girl. (F 73070, Feb. 8. 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Little bunny. (F 72627, Jan. 22. 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Lovers path. (F 72628, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Moonlight. (F 73071, Feb. 8, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

November. (F 73072, Feb. 8, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Old mill. (F 72629, Jan. 22, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

On parade. (F 72630, Jan. 22, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Path to the spring. 36. (F 73244, 
Feb. 12, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Pool (The) (F 72632, Jan. 22, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Quiet road. (F 72633, Jan. 22, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

River road. ( F 72634, Jan. 22, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Road's turn at the bridge. (F 72635, 
Jan. 22, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

School house. (F 72636, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Season's greeting. (F 72637, Jan. 
22, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Season's greetings. (F 72638, Jan. 
22, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Spring. (F 73073, Feb. 8, 1909; 2 c. 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Stone bridge. (F 72639, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Summertime. ( F 73074, Feb. 8, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 



96 



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dos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



G81* 



Lam bin (George M.) & co.— Continued. 
' Village bridge. (F 73075, Feb. 8, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Wood pasture. (F 72640, Jan. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Lane (Cornelius J.), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[6S16, G817 

Ornamental fencing. (F 73916, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 

Ornamental metal fabric. (F 73915, 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Lange (Maurice). New York, N. Y. 

[6818 
Record program. (G 20953, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 

Langsdorf (Sigmund), New York, 
N. Y. [6819-6824 

Thanksgiving cards, 1-6. (G 20926- 
20931, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Larson (John O.), Duluth, Minn. 

[6825 

Eau Claire, Wis., ski tournament. 

Feb. 7, 1909. ( H 122937, Feb. 13, 1909. ) 

Lawrence ( Geo. R. ) , New York, N. Y. 

[6826 

Trade banquet, state armory, Feb. 

23, 1909. (H 123382, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Lazarnick (Nathan), New York, N. Y. 

[6827 

First annual dinner of the motor and 

accessories manufacturers' association, 

New York. (H 122759, Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Lea (A. J.), Chichester, N. Y. 

[6828, 6829 

Esopus valley west of Phoenicia, 
N. Y., in summer. B. (H 123215, Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

Phoenicia, N. Y., Summer. B. (H 
123216, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Leonori (Frank R.) & co., New York, 
N. Y. [6830 

Summer and winter.. (H 123586, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Lester book & stationery co., At- 
lanta, Ga. [6831-6835 
Gopher and possum series. 1-5. (F 
73679-73683, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Life's ticker co., New York, N. Y. 

[6836 
Life's ticker. ( F 73109, Feb. 9, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Linehan-Loveland co., Pittsburg, Pa. 

[6837 
Conference on the conservation of 
natural resources, White House, Wash- 
ington, D. C, May 13-15, 1908. (F 
71591, Dec. 23, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1909.) 



Lippincott (J. B.) co.. Philadelphia, 

Pa. [6838-6843 

Clinical diagram. 1-6. (F 73917- 

73922, Feb. 26, 1909 ; 1 c. of each Feb. 

19, 3909; 1 c. of each Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plainfield, N. J. 
[4 prints.] [6844-6847 

Billy possum and Jimmy possum. — 
Good bye Teddy. — Moving day in pos- 
sum town. — Only possums that es- 
caped. (F 73335-73338, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Lubeck & McKibben, Howard, S. Dak. 

[6848 
Carthage, S. Dak. Farmers state 
bank building. (H 121826, Jan. 21. 
1909; 2 c. Dec. 14, 1908.*) 

McClelland (Thomas W.), St. Louis, 

Mo. [6849-6851 

Smith (Gipsy) 1-3. (H 122802- 

122804, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 

11, 1909.) 

McClung (J. W.), Alderson, W. Va. 

[6852 
Alderson, W. Va., Flat mountain 
pass. (H 122873, Feb. 12, 1909; 2 c. 
Feb. 6, 1909.) 

McClure (R. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[6853-6S56 
Lincoln (Abraham) 1-4. (H 122752- 
122755, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

McClure (R. L.), Lexington, Ky. 

[6857 
In the heart of Lexington. (H 
123649, Mar. 5, 1909.) 
McDermott (Edward), Hot Springs. 
Ark. [6858 

Oaklawn race track and Arkansas 
state fair grounds. (H 121452, Jan. 
11, 1909.*) 
McIntosh (Burr), New York, N. Y. 

[6859, 6860 
Gould (Mrs. George J.) and chil- 
dren. (H 123186, Feb. 20, 1909.) 
and Gloria. (H 123187, Feb. 

20, 1909.) 

McNamara (Edwaed), Rapid City, S. 
Dak. [6861 

Grave of Wild Bill. (H 123410, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Macoy publishing & Masonic supply 
co., New York, N. Y. [6862-6864 

How high up are you? (F 63844, 
Mar. 24, 1908.) 

No one to vouch for him. (F 63843, 
Mar. 24, 1908.) 

You is a Mason. Yes? (F 63842, 
Mar. 24, 1908.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 2, 1909. 



97 



76337—09- 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



6865 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Madden (John E.), Lexington, Ky. 

[6865, 6866 
Lexington, Ky., John E. Madden's 
Hamburg place. 1, 2. (H 123624, 
123625, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Maloney (Mks. E. G. ), Craig City, 
Va. [6867 

In Virginia; by Harry Curran Wil- 
bur. (F 73036, Feb. 6, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris and New 
York. [6S68, 6869 

Canards (Les) ; by Felix Bracque- 
mohd. (F 73111, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

In excelsis; by Charles Chessa. (F 
73929, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Maeceau (Theo. 0.)» New York, N. Y. 

[6870-6878 
Yale (Madame M.) 1-9. (H 
122S87-122S95, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Making & Blake, Seattle, Wash. 

[6879, 6880 

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, 

Seattle, Washington. (H 122897, Feb. 
12, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Olympic mountains and harbor, 
view from Seattle, Wash. (H 122896, 
Feb. 12, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1909.) 

Mare (R. G.), Ellijay, Ga. [6881 

Only one that escaped the Atlanta 
banquet. (H 123449, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Mathewson (Clifford E.), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [6S82 
Motor faces. (G 20984, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 

Meek co., Coshocton, Ohio. [6883 

Good judge. (G 20941, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 

Melody (Aelin B.), Sioux Falls, S. 
Dak. [6884 

Sioux Falls views. A 1. (H 123028, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 
Meecer (Alfonso), Norfolk, Va. 

[6885 
Bill and the possum. (F 73134, Feb. 
10,1909.) 

Merrill (Charles W.), Providence, 
R. I. [6886 

Grazing. (H 123307, Feb. 24, 1909.) 
Metzner (Max H.), Denver, Colo. 

[6S87 
Committee of safety. (F 73564, Feb. 
18, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1909.) 
Meyercord co., inc., Chicago, 111. 

[6888, 6889 
Felicitation. — Good luck clover. (G 
20707, 20708, Jan. 6, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 



Middlesex co., Middleton, Conn. [6890 
Around the world with the U. S. 
Atlantic fleet. ( G 20737, Jan. 27, 1909 ; 
2 c. Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Mishkin (H.), New York, N. Y. 

[6891-6901 

Dalmores (Charles) 35-37. (H 
122807-122809, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Dufranne (Hector) 10, 11. (H. 
122805-122806, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Garden (Mary) 22-27. (H 123403- 
123408, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Mitchell (Jno. J.) CO., New York, 
N. Y. [6902, 6903 

American fashions, sartorial art 
journal. Feb., 1909. Supplements A, 
B. (F 71409, 71410, Dec. 19, 1908 ; 2 c. 
of each Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. 

[6904-6911 

Boland (Miss Mary) H 123525, 
Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Dickinson (Jacob M.) 1-3. (H 
123526-123528, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Evans (Rear Admiral Robley D.) 
1-4. (H 123252-123256, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Montross (N. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[6912-6915 

Autumn; sheep and shepherd; by 
Horatio Walker. (H 123313, Feb. 25, 
1909. ) 

First snow; by Horatio Walker. (H 
123312, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Potato gatherers; by Horatio Walk- 
er. (H 123310, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Spring — man digging; by Horatio 
Walker. (H 123311, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Moore (A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. [6916 
New York, N. Y., Interior of St. 
George's church, Stuyvesant square. 
(H 123380, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Moore (G. S.), Roswell, N. Mex. 

[6917-6923 
Elk's club. 1-7. (H 122904-122910, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Moray (George Edward), New York, 
N. Y. [6924 

State of matrimony. (F 72936, Jan. 
26, 1909.) 

Musselman (Emma), Trenton, N. J. 

[6925 
New Jersey girl. ( F 73781, Jan. 15, 
1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1909. ) 

National photograph co., Chicago, 111. 

[6926 
O how good. (H 123219, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 



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nos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



7013 



JMew York Evening telegram (New 

York herald go.), Jersey City, 

N. J. [6927-6956 

American fleet at Malta. (F 73591, 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Book-taught Bilkius. (F 73112, Feb. 

9, 1909.) 

(F 73365, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73S08, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 71067, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 
73104, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 732S6, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73326, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73592, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73779, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73S51, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73957, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74074, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

If George Washington revisited his 

country. (F 73807, Feb. 24, 1909.) 
Neighborly Miss Nosey. (F 73103, 

Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73325, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73778, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73956, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Pa Puddinhead. (F 73058, Feb. 6, 

1909.) 

(F 73324, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73777, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73913, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Pazaza, it's great. (F 73239, Feb. 11, 

1909.) 

(F 73541, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 73850, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 74075, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 73161, Feb. 

10, 1909.) 

(F 73363, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73806, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

— (F 74065, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

New York Herald co., Jersey City, 

N. J. [6957-7013 

Boys will be bovs. (F 73227, Feb. 

11, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 74053, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Buster Brown. (F 73220, Feb. 11, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73228, Feb. 11, 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73230, Feb. 11, 

Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74050, Mar. 3, 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 



New York Herald co. — Continued. 

Daily hint from Paris. (F 73105, 
Feb. 8, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73113, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

( F 73159, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 2 c. 

Feb. 11, 1909.) 

(F 73100, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73257, Feb. 12, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 18, 1909.) 

(F 732S7, Feb. 13, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73327, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73329, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73360, Feb. 16, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73366, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73542, Feb. 18, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73677, Feb. 20, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73773, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73774, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73775, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73805, Feb. 24, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73809, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73852, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73914, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 73950, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 73951, Mar. 1, 19<>9; 2 c. 

Mar. 3, 1909.) 

(F 73952, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74048, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 5, 1909.) 

(F 74066, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

(F 74073, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Guatemala, new French liner, steam- 
ing here on first vovage. (F 73776, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

How Mrs. Taft's golden rod gown is 
made. (F 74049, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Larger fleet reflects steady increase 
in Atlantic passenger travel. »F 
73106, Feb. 8, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Little Nemo in Slumber land. (F 
73223, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1909.) 



1909; 2 c. 


(F 73226, 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 


Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. 


1909; 2 c. 


(F 73233, 

Feb. 27, 1909.) 


Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. 


1909; 2 c. 


(F 74054, 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 


Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 



99 



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7014 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



New York Herald co. — Continued. 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. <F 
73219, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1909. ) 

(F 73224, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 e. 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73229, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74051, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Record broken in number of steam- 
ships in Mediterranean trade. (F 
73328, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Taft cabinet. (F 73954. Mar. 1, 
1909.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 73222, 
Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73225, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73232, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74052, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Transatlantic fleet includes the Lusi- 
tania. (F 73955, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Undiscovered beauties. (F 73218, 
Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73544, Feb. 18, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 19, 1909.) 

(F 73853, Feb. 26, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74072, Mar. 5, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 

[Washington, D. C] Bird's-eye view 
showing route of inauguration day 
parade. (F 73953, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Who is he? (F 73543, Feb. 18, 1909 : 
2 c. Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Woo woo bird. (F 73221, Feb. 11, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73231, Feb. 11, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 27, 1909.) 

New York Times co., New York, N. Y. 

[7014-7017 
Artist at large in Washington. (F 
73114, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Impressions of the passing show. 

(F 73780, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 24, 

1909.) 

(F 74004, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Valentines. ( F 73323, Feb. 15, 1909. ) 



Noble (Aldie), Rising City, Nebr. 

[7019, 7020 

Nebraska jack-rabbits. (H 123437. 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Nebraska sod house. (H 123438, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Nowak (Axbert), Chicago, 111. [7021 
Stone which bears resemblance to 
head of Christ. (H 123372, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

Nowell (Frank H.), Seattle, Wash. 

[7022 
Politofsky (Steamer), wreck of, at 
St. Michael, Alaska. 6076. (H 122690, 
Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Nutting (Wallace), Southbury, Conn. 

[3 photographs.] [7023-7025 

Afternoon tea. — Bit of sewing. — 

Pilgrim maid. (H 123024-123026, Feb. 

17, 1909.) 

Oakes (M. L.), Seattle, Wash. [7026 
Seattle waterfront from ferry boat. 
(H 122988, Feb. 16, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 
17, 1909.) 

Pach bros., New York, N. Y. 

[7027-7035 

Brown (W. C.) 89062 A-D, J. (H 
122846-122850, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Wickersham (Geo. W.) 89378 A, C, 
E, F. (H 122842-122845. Feb. 11, 
1909.) 

Paine (Lillian C), Washington, D. C. 

[7036 
McKendrie orchestra. (H 123305, 
Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Parrett (F. J.), New York, N. Y. 

[7037, 7038 
Green (Mrs. Hetty), Mr. and Mrs. 
Matthew Astor Wilkes. 1, 2. (H 
123316, 123317, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Parsons lodge no. 94, I. O. 6. F., Par- 
sons, Kans. [7039, 7040 
Degree scene, Parsons, Kans., lodge 
no. 94, I. O. O. F. 144, 145. (F 73331, 
73332, Feb. 16, 1909.) 



Newcombe (Geo. E.), New York, N. Y. 

[7018 
Helen. (H 123262, Jan. 30, 1909.*) 



Patterson (T. J.),Yisalia, Cal. 

[7041-7043 

Electric storm in Kings river caiion. 

Electric storm on Grand Sentinel. 

Thunderstorm at Happy Camp. 

(H 123222-123224, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 
c. of each Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Pearson (Helen), Portsmouth, N. H. 

[7044 
Portsmouth, N. H., old Jackson 
house. (F 72869, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

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7125 



Pelton (Herbert W.), Ashville, N. C. 

[7045-7047 

Cherokee, N. C. 1, 2. (H 122S56, 
122S57. Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Mont rent, N. C, view from Glen- 
burnie. (H 122S55, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Peoples portrait & frame co., Chi- 
cago, 111. [7048 
All our presidents. (F 73295, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 

Philadelphia electric co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [7049 
Testing. (H 123016, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Photo art shop, St. Paul, Minn. 

[7050-7053 
Series A3, A4, A5, Bl. (H 123225- 
123228, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Post printing & pub. co., Denver, Colo. 

[7054, 7055 

Terrible Teddy tours. (F 73712, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73943, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [7056-7058 

Close of Pauls second missionary 
journey. (F 73302, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Close of Pauls third missionary 
journey. (F 73303, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Paul at Athens. (F 73301, Feb. 15. 
1909.) 

Quinby (Frederick J.) co., Boston, 
Mass. [7059-7064 

Agathe read them all with the sweet- 
est emotion. (F 73294, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Chamoureau cast himself into the 
open carriage. (F 73289, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 

Crowd had stopped in a ring about 
them. (73292, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Enough, Croque, enough, speak low- 
er. (F 73291, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Stupefied, furious at what he saw, 
Chamoureau ... let go of his part- 
ner. (F 73293, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Why, monsieur, what is the matter 
with vou now? (F 73290, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 

Quinn (F. F.), Texarkana, Ark. 

[7065 
Hully gee ! (F 73895, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Radford (Anna), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[7066, 7067 

Lincoln's birth-place. (H 122529, 
Jan. 27, 1909.) 

Rail splitting. (H 122528, Jan. 27, 
1909.) 



Rankin (H. W.), Plainfield, N. J. 

[7068-7079 
Kennebunkport, Me. 1031-1042. (H 
123111-123122, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Risdon (J. J.), North Bennington, Vt. 

[7080 
Dauby, Vt, in 1959. (H 122874, 
Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Roehlk bros., St. Louis, Mo. [7081 
Sunshine. (H 122488, Feb. 2, 1909; 
2 c. Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Romig (R. W.), Fort Scott, Kans. [5 
photographs.] [70S2-7086 

Daisies. — Good night. — Guardian an- 
gel.— Our Father.— Roses. (H 122771- 
122775, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

Rosenberg (F. J.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[7087 
Lucky dog. (F 73261, Jan. 25, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Rotograph co., New York, N. Y. [26 
photographs] [7088-7113 

Automobile girl. — Chocolate girl. — 
Kodak girl. — Nurse girl. — Teddy-bear 
girl. — Telephone girl. — Trained nurse. 
(H 123003-123009, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Awaiting. — Baby. — Beauty. — Bride. 
— C h a r i ty. — Chrysanthemum girl. — 
Contemplation. — Faith. — Fishing girl. 
— Fluffy Ruffles.— Hope.— Lilies.— Mile. 
Mischief. — Purity. — Roses. — Sister 
( The ) — S o c i e t y belle. — Sunbonnet 
girl.— Telephone girl. (H 123130- 
123148, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Ruth's studio, St. Louis, Mo. [7114 
St. Louis republican glee club. (H 
122972, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Sackett & Wilhelms co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [6 prints] [7115-7120 

Bernice. — Dorothy. — Evelyn. — Kath- 
rvn.— Nathalie.— Ruth. (F 73685- 
73690, Feb. 23, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
20, 1909.) 

St. Gaudens (Augusta H.), New York, 
N. Y. [7121, 7122 

Shaw memorial. 1, 2. (H 122870, 
122871, Feb. 12, 1909. ) 

Sander (Philip), New York, N. Y. 

[7123 
Santa Claus. (F 73823, Feb. 25, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Sanger (Harry F.), Lima, N. Y. 

[7124, 7125 

Rochester historic. Flood of Mar. 

18, 1865, View from East Main st. 

bridge. 1. 2. (F 73980, 73981, Feb. 8, 

1909.) 



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Schaidner (Charles B.), New York, 
N. Y. [7126 

Band white and gold. (H 122959, 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Schenck (Harry I.) & Williams 
(Harry J.), Dayton, Ohio. [7127 
W. C. A. building. (H 122683, Feb. 
8, 1909.) 

Schiveley (Herbert), Abilene, Kans. 

[7128, 7129 
Abilene automobiles. A, B. (H 
123390, 123391, Feb. 26, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Schloss bros. & co., Baltimore, Md. 

[7130 
Clothes beautiful. (F 73362, Feb. 
17, 1909.) 

SCHNEIDERHAHN (M.)> St. Louis, Mo. 

[7131, 7132 
Death of St. Joseph. (F 73632, Feb. 

20, 1909.) 

Last supper. (F 73633, Feb. 20, 

1909.) 

Schrader & Dennis, Three Oaks, 
Mich. [7133, 7134 

Birdsell (The) (H 123378, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

Merry Xmas. (H 123379, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 
Schwabl (Henery), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[7135 

German bruders. (F 73288, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 

Scofield (Eugene B.), Indianapolis, 
Ind. [9 prints] [7136-7144 

Everything comes to him who 
waits. — Foolishness. — If we could see 
ourselves as others see us. — Morning 
glory girl. — Same old story . — Skating 
girl. — Smoke girl. — Sunbonnet girl. — 
We are all children. (F 73273-73281, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), Brookline, 
Mass. [4 prints.] [7145-7148 

Can you go fishing. — I go on my va- 
cation. — Proud child. — Spring of life. 
(F 73814-73817, Feb. 25, 1909.) 
Small (Leonard), Dorchester, Mass. 

[7149 

Boston public garden. (H 122556, 
Feb. 5, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1909.) 
Smith (Lon), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[7150-7153 

Cupid asleep. 119^-A, 177-10-B. 
(H 122776, 122779, Feb. 9, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Cupid awake. 119-4-B, 177-10-A. 
(H 122777, 122778, Feb. 9, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Feb. 10, 1909.) 



Smith (Winifred H.), Roswell, N. 

Mex. [7154-7156 

Nature's dream. — Ravine (The). — 

Winter. (H 123102-123104, Feb. 19, 

1909; 2 c. of each Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Smyly (Perceval U.), Seattle, Wash. 

[7157 
Alaska, the nation's treasure box. 
(F 73782, Feb. 24, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1909.) 

Southgate (E. D.), Washington, D. C. 

[7158 
Remember the Maine. (H 122965, 
Feb. 15, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Spaulding (R. G.), Boise, Idaho. 

[7159 
Idaho's sunshine. (F 73593, Feb. 
20, 1909.) 

Spencer (Hugh), St. Cloud, Minn. 

[7160, 7161 
St. Cloud, Minn., St. Germain street. 
922, 923. (H 122944, 122945, Feb. 13, 
1909; 2 c. of each Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Spofford (Edward W.), New York, 

N. Y. [7162 

Coney Island, N. Y., and vicinity. 

(F 72684, Jan. 15, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 5, 

1909.) 

Spooner & Wells, inc., New York, 
N. Y. [7163-7176 

Start of the Longboat- Schrubb Mar- 
athon race. (H 123175, Feb. 20, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Weston (Edward Payson), pedes- 
trian. 1-13. (H 123589-123601, Mar. 
3, 1909.) 

Stanlaws (Penrhyn), New York, 

N. Y. [4 prints] [7177-7180 

Nearly ready. — On the balcony. — 

Out for a walk.— Windy day. (F 

73786-73789, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

State pub. co., Boston, Mass. 

[7181-7236 
Ain't it just like a woman? (F 

73123, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73153, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73296, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

(F 73410, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73715, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73861, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73931, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74099, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Amos and Pete. (F 73121, Feb. 9, 

1909. ) 

(F 73122, Feb. 9, 1909.) 

(F 73264, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73297, Feb. 15, 1909.) 



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7270 



State pub. co. — Continued. 
Amos and Pete. (F 73714, Feb. 23, 

1909.) 

(F 73716, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

(F 73859, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

(F 73930, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

(F 7409S, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Bugtown budget. (F 73144, Feb. 10, 

1909.) 

(F 73342, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73798, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 739S5, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Ever know it to fail. (F 73147, 

Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73340, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73796, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 739SS, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Gink and Dink. (F 73142, Feb. 10, 

1909.) 

(F 73347, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73797, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 739S7, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

It's luck that Pete didn't buv grape 

fruit. (F 73152, Feb 10, 1909.) 

It was a cold day when Pete got 

left. (F 73409, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Line is busy. (F 73146, Feb. 10, 

1909.) 

(F 73344, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73791, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73984, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Nick was curious, that's all. (F 

73860, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Pete doesn't approve of the block 

system. (F 73713, Feb. 23, 1909.) 
Pups will be pups. Jan. 7, 1909. (F 

72152, Jan. 8, 1909.) 

Reggie Rahrah. (F 73143, Feb. 10, 

1909.) 

(F 73346, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73793, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 739S9, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Show me. (F 73149, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73341, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73795, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73986, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Smiths at home. (F 73145, Feb. 10, 

1909.) 

(F 73345, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

(F 73792, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73991, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Stitch in time rocks the cradle. (F 

74097, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Stung. (F 7314S, Feb. 10, 1909.) 
(F 73343, Feb. 16, 1909.) 



State pub. co. — Continued. 
Stung. (F 73794, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73990, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

You'd butter believe this. (F 73265, 

Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Stecher Lithographic co., Rochester, 

N. Y. [7237-7247 

[Lithographed cuts of vegetables for 

seed envelopes.] 310-315, 317-321. 

(G 20S90-20900, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Steele (Fannie A.), Birmingham, 

Ala. [7248 

Birmingham, Ala., first house erected 

in, 1871. (H 122758. Feb. 9, 1909; 2 

c. Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Stevenson (P. R.), Parkville, Mo. 

[7249 

Night scene with college buildings 

and moon in background. (F 73979, 

Mar. 1, 1909; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1909; 1 c. 

Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Stilwell (H. D.), Monon, Ind. [6 
photographs.] [7250-7255 

Buffalo bridge. — Chapel bridge. 1, 
2. — Chapel road. — Gravel pit. — Little 
Monon. (H 123383-123388, Feb. 26. 
1909.) 

Stone (Chas. J.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[7256-7258 
Sartorial world engravings. Supple- 
ment A, B, C. Feb. 1909. (F 73030- 
73032, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Storck (Ferd.), Butler, N. J. [7259 
Pompton Lakes, N. J., dam. (H 
122768, Feb. 9, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1909.) 

Strobridge lithographing co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [7260-7265 

[Posters] N. Y. 12961. (G 20631, 
Dec. 31, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12948. (G 20642, Jan. 2, 

1909; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12945. N. Y. 12966. 

N. Y. 12969. N. Y. 12979. (G 20692. 
20694, 20696, 20697, Jan. 15, 1909 ; 2 c. 
of each Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Struby (Henry), Georgetown, Ky. [4 
prints] [7266-7269 

Lost, cause 1908. — Our President. — 
Presidential election Nov. 3, 1908. — 
Two great American fishermen. (F 
72973-72976, Feb. 5, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Taber-Prang art co.. Springfield. 
Mass. [7270 

Daniel's angel; by Win. Strutt. 
4S04. (F 73830, Feb. 25, 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Taggabt (M. W.), Bayonne, N. J. 

[7271-7358 

Calendar for 1910. A-D. [Series C 

312] (G 20992-20995, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

[Christmas cards] Series F. 302 
A-D. Series F. 303 A-H. (G 20970- 
20973, 20954-20961, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Series F. 305 A-E. Series F. 

306 A-D. Series F. 308 A-D. Series F. 
309 A-D. Series F. 311 A-F. Series F. 
318 A-F. Series 304. (F 21038-21060, 
21065-21070, 21085, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

[New Year cards] Series D. N. 313 
A-F. Series F. 316 A-D. Series F. N. 
314 A-D. Series F. N. 315 A-D. (G 
21032-21037, 21061-21064, 21071-21078, 
Mar. 1, 1909.) 

[Thanksgiving cards] Series 607, 
A-D. Series 608, A-D. (G 20962- 
20969, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Series 609, A-D. Series 610, 

A-F. (G 20996-21005, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Series T. F. 611, A-F. (G 

21079-21084, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Tebbs (Mrs. A. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[7359-7362 
Hear no evil. — See no evil. — Speak 
no evil. (H 122S10-122812, Fob. 10, 
1909.) 

Youthful optimist. (H 122841, Feb. 
11, 1909.) 

Ten Eyck (W. P.), Roselle, N. J. [4 

chromos] [7363-7366 

Cowboy. — Fireman. — Lion and the 

lamb.— Ship ahoy. (G 20987-20990, 

Feb. 20, 1909.) 

Thompson (P. J.), Loyalton, Cal. 

[7367 
We are dead swell. (H 122636, Feb. 
6, 1909.) 

Thoene (W. L.), York, Nebr. 

[7368-7371 

York business college, 1909. 1. (H 
122760, Feb. 9, 1909 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.) 

2-4. (H 122761-122763, Feb. 9, 

1909; 2 c. of each Jan. 29, 1909.) 

Tiny tads co.. New York, N. Y. 

[7372, 7373 

Don't you think. (F 73000, Feb. 5, 
1909.) 

We like the March winds. (F 
73001, Feb. 5, 1909.) 

Tipton (W. H.), Gettysburg, Pa. [7374 
Address delivered at the dedication 
of the cemetery at Gettysburg. (H 
123105, Feb. 9, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1909.) 



Tousey (Sinclair), New York, N. Y. 

[7375 
Xray examination of teeth. (H 
123306, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Belfast, Maine. 

[7376-7379 

Mound Desert, Maine, Bubble pond. 
(H 122955, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Seal Harbor, [Maine] 1-3. (H 
122952-122954, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Townsend (Edwin F.), Charles City, 

Iowa. [7380 

Reflections in the park. (H 123309, 

Feb. 25, 1909; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1909; 1 c. 

Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Tribune co., Chicago, 111. [7381-7385 

Danny Dreamer and li'l Silly Sally. 
(F 73063, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Economical Bertie. (F 73084, Feb. 
8, 1909.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F 730S3, 
Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Old Opie Dilldock's stories. (F 
73062, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Pranks of Fourpaws. (F 73085, Feb. 
8, 1909.) 

Tucker (C. O.), Boston. Mass. 

[7386, 7387 

Easter greetings. (F 73753, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 

May happiness be thine this Easter- 
time. (F 73752, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Tupper (H. William), Cambridge, 

Mass. [7388 

Harvard varsity football team. (H 

123000, Feb. 17, 1909; 2 c. Dec. 19, 

1908.) 

Turner (William F.) & co., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. [7389 
Cactus dahlia Mrs. Macmillan. (H 
122548, Feb. 5, 1909 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1909 ; 
1 c. Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Underwood & Underwood, New York, 
N. Y. [7390-7541 

[ Stereoscopic photographs] U 33342, 
U 33799, U 33S80, U 34299, U 57209, U 
57483, U 57576, U 89673, U 89893, U 
103769, U 113414, U 113522, U 115851. 
(H 123062-123074, Feb. 18 ,1909.) 

U 26722, U 26775, U 26860, U 

26872, U 269S8, U 27004, U 27029, U 
27072, U 27088, U 27095, U 27256, U 
27888, U 34937, U 35527, U 38881, U 
38988, U 61222, U 78256, U 90097, U 
90198, U 98401, U 98429, U 98446, U 
986S7, U 99071, U 100193, U 100213, 
U 100337, U 100368, U 100114, U 101151, 
U 101312. U 101507, U 104365, U 105755, 



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(573 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 
.584, U 112868, U 112872, U 112SS1, 
U 113379. U 113(384. ( H 123263-123303, 
Feb. 24, 1909.) 

U 2665S, U 274S3, U 276S0, U 

2, U 45385, U 40172. U 91SS4. U 

96900. U 96955, U 106500. U 111S56, U 
111864, U 113005, U 115289, U 115609, 
U 115629, U 115959, U 115962, U115967, 
U 115969, U 115970, U 115978, U 115979, 
U H5984, U 115989, U 115993. U 116002, 
U 116003. (H 123320-123347, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

U 41524, U 7S019, U 115390. U 

115770. U 115953, U 115954, U 115965. 
U 115971. D 115975. U 115977, U 115983, 
U 115985, U 115991, U 116104, U 116106, 
U 116107, U 116113, U 116114, U 116115. 
U 116116, U 116118, U 116124. (H 
123415-123436, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

U 67776. U 108S74. U 108S83, U 

108912, U 109065. U 112930. U 115272. 
U 116111. (H 123530-123537. Mar. 1, 
1909.) 

U 34553, U 35117, U 35606, U 

49146. U 89028, U S9769. U 90194. U 
114947. U 115749, U 116041. U 116043, 
U 116045. U 116046, U 116047. U 116049, 
U 116055. U 116059, U 116071. U 116078, 
U 1160S0. U 1160S1, U 116087, U 116096, 
U 116097. U 116128. ( H 123561-123585, 
Mar. 2. 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 3, 1909.) 

U 42539, TJ 58319, U 75954. U 

93539, U 93577, U 93593. U 98371, U 
114845, U 115317. U 115444. U 115624, 
U 116034. U 116035. U 116036. U 116112. 
(H 123698-123702, 123693-123697, 
123688-123692, Mar 5, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 6, 1909.) 

UNITARIAN CI/CB OF WASHINGTON, D. C. 

Washington. D. C. [7542 

Hale (Edward Everett) and Pierce 
(Ulysses G. B.) (H. 121879. Jan. 22. 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1909.) 



United States lithograph 
cinnati, Ohio. 



co., Cin- 



11809. 



[7543-7547 
(G 20718, Jan. 



(G 20759, 20758, 



(G 20865, 20866, 



[Posters] 
23, 1909.) 

387, 11854. 

Jan. 30, 1909.*) 

376, 11897. 

Feb. 4, 1909.) 

Van Oeyen (L.), Cleveland. Ohio. 

[7548 
Hewitt (Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Alex) 
(H 122751, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Venard (C. L.), Lincoln, 111. [7549 

I. O. O. F. orphan home. (H 123101, 
Feb. IS. 1909.) 

105 



VlTAGRAPH CO. OF AMERICA, New York, 

N. Y. [7550-7562 

Adventures of a drummer boy. (H 
123374. Feb. 26, 1909.) 

C. Q. D. (H 122901, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Day in Washington. (H 123375, 
Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Honor (The) of the slums. (H 
122902, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

How the kids got even. (H 122900, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Irish hero. (H 122797, Feb. 10, 
1909.) 

Kenilworth. (H 123377. Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

Lost in a folding bed. (H 122796, 
Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Mogg Megone. (H 123373. Feb. 26, 
1909. ) 

Parted, but united again. (H 
123376, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Perpetual proposal. (H 122837, 
Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Poor musician. (H 122838. Feb. 11, 
1909. ) 

Saul and David. (H 122903. Feb. 
13, 1909.) 
Toss (A. G.), Chicago, 111. [7563-7568 

Assortment of different kinds of 
fruits. (F 73567, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Forest fire. (F 73565, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Man and woman in garden. (F 
73568, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Small child eating. (F 73569, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Small house with man standing at 
gate. (F 73566, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Woman standing on a barge calling 
for the ferry. (F 73570, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Wanamaker (John). Philadelphia, 
Pa. [7569 

Sons: of Hiawatha produced in life. 
(H 123413, Feb. 27, 1909.) 
Washington Y. M. C. A., Washington, 
D. C. [7570 

Y. M. C. A. circus. (G 20889. Feb. 
11, 1909.) 
Waterman i O. W.), Chicago. 111. 

[7571 

Return of Atlantic fleet, i H 123392, 
Feb. 26, 1909.) 
Watts (Mrs. G. F.), Compton, Eng- 



land. 



[751 



•573 



Love and death. (F 73241, Feb. 10, 
1909; 1 c. Dec. 2, 1908; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1909.) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



7574 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Watts (Mbs. G. F. ) —Continued. 

Man who had great possessions. ( F 
73240, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 1 c. Dec. 2, 1908 ; 

1 c. Jan. 13, 1909.) 

Webstee (Frederick S.), Pittsburg, 

Pa. [7574 

Prince Don, the peacemaker. (F 

73107, Feb. 8, 1909; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1909.) 

Weisbeodt (H. W.) co., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. [7575 

Lucky dog. ( F 73684, Feb. 23, 1909. ) 

Westeemann (Anna Buenham), New 

York, N. Y. [7576, 7577 

Reveries. (F 73559, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Virginia. (F 73581, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Wheeler (F. S.), Pullman, Wash. 

[7578 
Campus in winter. (H 123096, Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

White (H. C.) co., North Bennington, 
Vt. [62 photographs] [7579-7640 

Amsterdam, Holland. 6847, 6849, 
6850, 6852, 6853.— Antwerp, Belgium. 
6721-6729.— Bruges, Belgium. 6747, 
6749-6751.— Brussels, Belgium. 6732- 
6736, 6738-6745.— Haarlem, Holland. 
6854-6859. — Hague, Holland. 683S- 
6842.— Ostend, Belgium. 6752.— Rot- 
terdam, Holland. 6833, 6835, 6837.— 
Scheveningen, Holland. 6843-6845.— 
Waterloo, Belgium. 6746. (H 123454- 
123503, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Amsterdam, Holland. 6848, 6851 — 
Antwerp, Belgium. 6720. — Bruges, Bel- 
gium. 6748. — Brussels, Belgium. 6730, 
6731, 6737.— Ostend, Belgium. 6753.— 
Rotterdam, Holland. 6834, 6836.— 
Tokyo, Japan. 599 A. — Toshita. 593 
A. (II 123659-123670, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Williams (Frank W.), Chicago, 111. 

[7641-7690 

Marine no. 2. (F 73843, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

Monarch. (F 73844, Feb. 26, 1909; 

2 c. Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Angelus (The) — Artist's fruit 
study. — Artist's model. — Blue Anchor 
inn. — Cavalry charge. — Chariot race. — 
Christ at twelve. — Dorothy. — Dorothy 
and Dan. — Faust and Marguerite. — 
Favorite (The)— Gleaners (The) — 
Going to market. — Goodnight papa. — 
Horse fair. — Imperial courier. — In the 
pasture. — Marine no. 1. — Marine no. 
3. — Marine no. 4. — Our fighting presi- 
dents. — Our martyred presidents. — 
Papa and mama caught. — Pharaoh's 
horses. — Sichel's madonna. — Stag at 
bay. — Summer in Spreewald. — Victor 



Williams (Frank W.) — Continued. 
(The) — Wild Arabians. — Your shep- 
herd. [30 prints] (F 74006-74035, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

American fruit. — Autumn. — Des- 
sert. — Dog and ducks. — Fish. — Flowers 
and fruit. — Flying stag. — From the 
cradle to the grave. — Game. — Good 
shepherd. — Guardian angel. — Last sup- 
per. — Old mill. — Peaches. — Rock of 
ages. — Spring. — Summer. — Winter. 
[18 chromos] (G 21011-21028, Feb. 26, 
1909.) 

William son-Haffner engraving co., 

Denver, Colo. [7691-7707 

State flowers. 1-17. (F 73607- 

73624, Feb. 20, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 

5, 1909.) 

Willsden (S. Blake), Chicago, 111. 

[7708 
20th century tour of the world with 
Stoddard. (F 73132, Feb. 1, 1909.) 

Wolf (Geo. A.), Wilmington, Del. [30 
prints.] [7709-7738 

Brandywine Springs park. 1-20. — 
Camden, N. J., view on the Delaware. — 
Chester, Pa., excursion for Brandy- 
wine Springs park. — Gloucester, N. J., 
shad fishing. — Good-bye. — Kiamensi 
mineral spring co. — Philadelphia, Pa. 
1-4. — Wilmington, Del., landing excur- 
sion. (F 73376-73405, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Wolff (Louis) & co., ltd., London, 
England. [7739-7741 

Hero and Leander; by Emil Ober- 
hauser. 

In leafy woods by fountains clear; 
by T. Rollin. 

Smiling nook of green and golden 
shade; by T. Rollin. 

(F 73258-73260, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Wood (Harry), Kansas City, Mo. 

[7742-7745 

Intellectual pup. (F 73061, Feb. 8, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1909.) 

(F 73334, Feb. 16, 1909; 2 c. I 

Feb. 17, 1909.) 

(F 73717, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. 

Feb. 24, 1909.) 

(F 73944, Mar. 1, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New York, N. Y. 

[7746-7774 

Billy-possums and little Susan. (F 
73139, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Bub, he's always to blame. (P.| 
73077, Feb. 8, 1909.) 



106 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



7779 



Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 
Bub, lie's always to blame. (F 

73267, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73627, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73S99, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Kid cut ups puzzle. (F 730S2, Feb. 

8,1909.) 

(F 73272, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73631, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73904, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 730S0, 

Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73270, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73029, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73900, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

73076, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73266, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73625, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73S9S, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Things as they ought to be. (F 

73081, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73271, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73630, Feb. 20, 1909.) 



Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 
Things as they ought to be. (F 

73903, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Those ridiculous questions. (F 

73079, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73269, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73628, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73901, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 

(F 73078, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

(F 73268, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

(F 73626, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

(F 73902, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Weight & Johnson, Sioux Falls, S. 
Dak. [7775-7777 

Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 1-3. (H 
123076-123078, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Zindel (William George), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [7778, 7779 

Bathers and beach. (F 74040, Mar. 
3, 1909.) 

Come on in the water is fine. (F 
74039, Mar. 3, 1909.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Catalogue 

since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit— 2, 733 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 661 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 3, 904 



107 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 
been received on the day of entry. The notice aftpr the first title, if printed in full, 
would read: "Copyright by William H. Abbott. Washington, D. C. Class I, XXc, no. 
2S571, March 1, 1909 ; 1 photograph received March 3, 1909. 



Abbott (William H.), Washington, 
D. C. [TTSO 

Smile that won. Bust of William H. 
Tafr, with that ineffable smile upon 
his face. (I 28571, Mar. 1, 1909; 1 
photo. Mar. 3, 1909.) 

American lithographic co.. New 
York, N. Y. [7781-7788 

Day in the woods. Summer foliage, 
with boy in the foreground sticking 
wild flowers in his straw hat. (I 
2S34S, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Don Fubano. Bust portrait of a 
man with dark hair, soft felt hat with 
plume. (I 2S578, Mar. 2. 1909.) 

Flor de Rovigo. A tobacco planta- 
tion with man on horseback. (I2S5S1, 
Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Muralia (La) In a V shaped panel 
is the bust portrait of a woman. (I 
2S579, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Prentisa cigar. Scrollwork and flow- 
ers with a plain panel in the center. 
(I 2S5S3, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Sea king. Bust portrait of a man 
wearing a mantle. (I 28582, Mar. 2, 
1909.) 

Spanish bride. In a circular panel 
is the head of young woman with a 
pleased expression. (I 28580, Mar. 2, 
1909.) 

Williken. A mask-like face with 
ears in which chains are fastened. (I 
28584, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

American tobacco co.. New York, N. Y. 

[7789-7791 

Helmar. Portrait bust in stone of a 
woman having a peculiar head and 
shoulder attire, somewhat resembling 
armor. (I 28448, Feb. IS, 1909.) 

Home run. A home plate in fore- 
ground and a catcher in position also 
a batter ready for the ball. (I 2S380, 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Navy (The) Standing figure of a 
man facing the foreground, dressed as 
a sailor. (I 2820S, Jan. 25, 1909; 1 
photo Feb. 12, 1909.) 



Anargyros (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[7792, 7793 

Fatima. Head of woman looking 

towards the foreground, she wears a 

turban shaped head dress. (I 28351, 

Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Harbor of Constantinople. Harbor 
scene showing bridge crossing harbor, 
men pushing boats with poles. (I 
28345, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Anastan (Antonine F.), Washing- 
ton, D. C. [7794 

Taft (W. H.) and the presidents of 
the U. S. W. H. Taft in center, border 
of the presidents. (I 28537, Feb. 26, 
1909; 1 photo Mar. 1, 1909.) 
Aronson (Louis V.), Newark, N. J. 

[7795-7797 

Gobbo, the god of good luck. 1-3. 
Statues of ancient Peruvians in sitting 
positions. (I 2S562-2S564, Mar. 1, 
1909.) 
Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. 

[779S-7814 

April girl. Young woman, parasol 
over shoulder. (I 2S63S, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Bathing girl. Young woman walk- 
ing along the beach. (I 2S641, Mar. 
8, 1909.) 

Camping girl. Young woman, stir- 
ring what is cooking over a fire. (I 
2SG42, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Carriage girl. Young woman, sit- 
ting in a carriage. (I 2S643, Mar. 8, 
1909. 

Chrysanthemum girl. Young woman 
in evening gown, standing beside grow- 
ing chrysanthemums. (I 2S64S, Mar. 
8, 1909.) 

Graduate (The) Young woman, 
with large bunch of roses held over 
shoulder. (I 28651, Mar. S, 1909.) 

Hunting girl. Young lady with gun 
in hand and dog by her side. (I 
28644, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

June girl. Young woman sitting in 
chair, holding American beauty rose. 
(I 28640, Mar. 8, 1909.) 



109 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTEIES 



7815 



pt. iv, n. s„ v. 4 



Arthur (James) — Continued. 

Mask girl. Young woman with mask 
held in her hand. (I 28647, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

March girl. Young woman walking, 
skirts blown by wind. (I 28637, Mar. 
8, 1909.) 

May girl. Young woman, standing 
by window, holding back curtain. (I 
28639, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Northern girl. Young woman in red 
sweater, making snow balls. (I 28636, 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Biding girl. Young woman in riding 
costume, riding crop in one hand. (I 

28645, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Skating girl. Young woman, skates 
hung on her arm. (I 28649, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

Ski girl. Young woman, long pole in 
one hand. (I 28650, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Sleighing girl. Young woman seated 
in sleigh, reins in one hand. (I 28635, 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Welch rarebit. Young woman stir- 
ring the contents of a chafing dish. (I 

28646, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Barnes-Crosby co., Chicago, 111. [7815 
Heads of two ladies, in center is full 
figure of a lady. (I 28391, Feb. 16, 
1909.) 

Beck with (Carroll), New York, N. Y. 

[7816 
Nautilus (The) Partially nude fig- 
ure of a woman holding aloft a nautilus 
shell. (I 28465, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Bennett (Jeanne E.) and Hawks 
(Rachel M.), Baltimore, Md. 

[7817 
Kittikin. Small statue, a black cat 
sitting on a throne. (I 28652, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

Bentheim (Charles), Charlotte, N. C. 

[7818, 7819 

Millenium temple as described by 
the profet Ezekiel in the year B. C. 
587. Model of the central portions of 
the Millenium temple. (I 28461, Feb. 
16,1909.) 

Vance (Zebulon B.) Bas-relief me- 
dallion with inscription around border. 
(I 28386, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Blackmore (Arthur E.), New York, 
N. Y. [7820 

At Virginia water. Ruined columns, 
tall poplar trees, an old brick arch, 
figures reclining and chatting. (I 
28395, Feb. 17, 1909.) 



Braun, Clement & co., Paris, France. 

[7821 

Bouton de rose ; by Victor Schramm. 
Bust figure, nude, of a young girl en- 
circled by a wreath of white roses. 
(I 28541, Feb. 27, 1909.) 
Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn. 

[7822-7851 

Allow me. Small boy and girl on 
the ice, one of the skates of the girl 
has become unfastened. (I 28418, Feb. 
18,1909.) 

Autumnal glories. In background 
are trees, in foreground a small pond. 
(I 28419, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Bertha. Young lady, wears low 
necked white sailor suit. (I 28420, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Breach of promise. Court room 
scene, to the right are twelve dogs, rep- 
resenting the jury. (I 28421, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 

Bronk to breakfast. Camp scene, 
several horses, on the ground two men 
are seated eating. (I 28422, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 

Chieftain (The) Profile of old In- 
dian chief showing head and shoulders. 
(I 28423, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Diamonds are trump. Lady and 
gentleman seated at a table on which 
is lying a spray of roses. (I 28424, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Dog of a bachelor. Large dog sitting 
in large chair with a pipe in his mouth. 
(I 28425, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

First wagon trail; by C. M. Russell. 
Scene of the plains, three mounted In- 
dians. (I 28417, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Game of hearts. Card table with 
cards strewn over the top. Young 
lady seated at table and young man sit- 
ting on the left arm of her chair. (I 

25426, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Girl in the moon; by Allan Gilbert. 
Young man looking at moon in which 
there is the outline of a girl's face. (I 

25427, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Good combination. Young lady in 
light shirt-waist suit, at her side is a 
sack of flour. (I 28428, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Good friends. Head of horse, young 
lady is resting her head on the horse's 
head. (I 28429, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Harriet. Background water, in fore- 
ground on a sailboat is a woman. (I 
2S430, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Helping mother. Kitchen scene, a 
sack of flour and a table, a small girl 
wearing short dress. (I 28431, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 



110 



FINE AKTS 



nos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



7863 



Brown & Bigei.ow — Continued. 

Little difference of opinion. Young 
ladv and gentleman seated at a table, 
back to back. (I 2S432, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Mantle of gold. ATood scene, to the 
right a road. (I 2S433, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Martha. In background are trees 
aud a clubhouse, in foreground a young 
ladv holding tennis racket. (I 28434, 
Feb. IS, 1909.) 

Old grist mill ; by E. Lamasure. To 
the right are trees and a small stone 
mill. (I 2S435, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Old Kentucky home; by E. Lama- 
sure. A large stone house showing 
rear entrance, in front of house are 
trees. (I 28436, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Polly. Young lady in bathing, she 
is holding on to the rope. (I 28437, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Runaways (The ) Small boy and 
girl in a canoe, the little girl is lean- 
ing over edge picking water lilies. (I 
28438, Feb. IS, 1909.) 

Sunset in mid ocean. Ocean scene, 
waves rolling high at sunset. (I 
2S439, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Thor. Race track scene, large horse 
is held by colored boy. (I 28440, Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

Tired out. A large chair in which a 
little girl has fallen asleep, in front of 
the chair is a little boy asleep. (I 

28441, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

When the hours of the day are num- 
bered ; by E. Lamasure. A road, to 
the right a pasture enclosed by a rail 
fence. (I 28443, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Where the river winds. Wood scene, 
showing background of trees. (I 
28444, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Who's afraid. Small boy and girl 
feeding corn to a big turkey. (I 28445, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Winter evening; by E. Lamasure. 
Hill covered with snow, in foreground 
is a small pond. (I 28446, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 

You're going to take a journey. 
Young lady and gentleman seated at 
table, lady is holding a tea cup. (I 

28442, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Brownscombe (Jennie), New York, 
N. Y. [7852 

When skies are blue. Girl in riding- 
habit standing in a gate-way with 
whip carried back of head. (I 28543, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 



Closson (Wm. B.), Magnolia, Mass. 

[7S53 
His shadow. Small nude figure in a 
glade of a forest, dancing to his 
shadow. (I 2S342, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, N. Y. 

[7854-7856 

Japanese lady and blossoms; by 
Sarah S. Stilwell. Japanese lady on 
her knees beside a jardiniere contain- 
ing a slender vine. (I 28388, Feb. 16, 
1909.) 

Night before ; by Balfour Ker. Pres- 
ident-elect Taft seated at a table, be- 
hind him are Lincoln, Cleveland, and 
McKinley. (I 28577, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Slide (The) ; by Charles Dana Gib- 
son. An old man taking a slide on an 
icy sidewalk. (I 28389, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Connet (Andrew T.), Flemington, 
N. J. [7857 

Same boys; on the left the Union 
soldiers of 1861-5, and on the right the 
members of Grand army of the repub- 
lic. (I 28309, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Cox (Kenyon), New York, N. Y. 

[7858 

Judicial virtues. Standing erect is 

a figure bearing triangle, to the right 

is Learning and to the left, Courage. 

(I 28576, Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Crane (Charles R.), Chicago, 111. 

[7859 

Girl with a wide brow and eyes, 
seated in a large circular framework, 
she holds a circular framework. 
Painted by A. Mucha. (I 28568, Mar. 
1, 1909.) 
Crane ( J. W. ) , New York, N. Y. [ 7860 

Grandpa's helper. Large fishing 
boat in which is fisherman rowing, in 
front of him stands a little girl. (I 
28613, Mar. 5, 1909.) 
Crowell publishing co., New York, 
N. Y. [7861 

Old fashioned gown; by G. Patrick 
Nelson. Little girl in an old-fashioned 
gown. (I 28507, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

©annenberg ( George D. ) , New York, 

N. Y. [7862 

Bulliken. A statuette of a grotesque 

bull dog with a broad grin on his face. 

(I 28377, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago, 111. 

[7863 
Gothic altar used in Roman Cath- 
olic churches. Under altar table there 
is a relief in center panel of Agnus Dei 
emblem with rays. (I 2S373, Feb. 15, 
1909.) 



Ill 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



7864 



pi", iv, n. s., v. 



i 



Day (Francis), New York, N. Y. 

[7864-7865 

Brother. Woman holding infant in 
lap, little girl standing by her side. 
(I 28540, Feb. 28, 1909.) 

Fairy land. Girl and child in pro- 
file. (I 28570, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Devare (Elizabeth Petersen Pr.), 
New York, N. Y. [7866-7871 

Bible allegories. Esau, representing 
" Charity." Head looking down, hair 
and whiskers from lower temple down. 
(I 28335, Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Hager, representing "Faith."' 

Head straight, a little lifted, eyes look- 
ing straight ahead. (1 28332, Feb. 2, 
1909. ) 

Jacob, representing " Craft." 

Head bent a little forward, eyes look- 
ing down, face smooth. (I 28334, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Malhalath, representing " Har- 
mony." Head bent a little to the right, 
cheerful countenance, eyes looking 
straight forward. (I 28336, Feb. 2, 
1909.) 

— — - Simeon, representing " Wis- 
dom." Head raised, eyes looking up, 
hair and whiskers from temple down 
to front. (I 28337. Feb. 2, 1909.) 

Yshmael, representing " Hope." 

Head straight, eyes looking straight 
forward, face smooth. (I 28333, Feb. 
2, 1909.) 

Dowell (Ethel H.), Greeley, Colo. 

[7872 
Mariposa lily no. 2. Three Mari- 
posa lily blossoms and two buds ar- 
ranged about a rectangle. (I 28499, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Dubuque altar mfg. co., Dubuque, 
Iowa. [7S73-7896 

Gothic main altar no. 644. (I 28363, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

no. 1258. (I 28364, Feb. 13, 

1909.) 

no. 1415. (I 28365, Feb. 13, 

1909.) 

no. 1441. (I 28366, Feb. 13, 

1909.) 

no. 1444. (I 28367, Feb. 13, 

1909. ) 

no. 1445. (I 28368, Feb. 13, 

1909.) 

no. 1453. (I 28456, Feb. 18, 

1909.) 

no. 1460. (I 28459, Feb. 18, 

1909.) 



Dubuque altar mfg. co. — Continued. 

Gothic main altar no. 1482. (I 
28451, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

no. 1484. (I 28450, Feb. 18, 

1909.) 

Gothic side altar no. 1056. (I 28369, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

— — no. 1432. (I 28452, Feb. 18, 
1909.) 



1909.) 
1909. ) 



1440. (I 28370, Feb. 13, 



1909.) 



no. 1468. (I 28454, Feb. 18, 

no. 1471. (I 28453, Feb. 18, 

— no. 1511. (I 28458, Feb. 18, 
1909. ) 

Roman ma in altar no. 1236. ( I 28371, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

no. 1309. (I 28521, Feb. 24, 

1909.) • 

no. 1452. (I 28518, Feb. 24, 

1909.) 

no. 1510. (I 28517, Feb. 24, 

1909. ) 

Roman side altar no. 1509. (I 28457, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Side altar no. 1426. (I 28455, Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

Tudor Gothic altar no. 1473. (I 
28519, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Tudor Gothic main altar no. 1348. 
(I 28520, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Dunsmore (John Ward), New York, 
N. Y. [7897-7899 

Battle of Springfield, N. J. 1780. 
Fight between the Revolutionary sol- 
diers and the British. (I 28408, Feb. 
6. 1909.) 

Fox hunt at Mt. Vernon. Wash- 
ington mounted on his horse is jump- 
ing the high rail fence. (I 28410, Feb. 
18, 1909.) 

Huntsman (The) Old English 
huntsman sitting surrounded by his 
fox hounds. (I 28409, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Durham duplex razor co.. New York, 
N. Y. [7900 

Before the show. Man engaged in 
shaving. (I 28350, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Eastman (Robert P.), Syracuse, N. Y. 

[7901 

Teddy bear. Theodore Roosevelt, 

the hair is drawn to represent the 

figure of a bear. (I 28508, Feb. 23, 

1909.) 



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7925 



Elwell (Frank Edwin), Weehawken, 
N. J. [7902 

Lincoln (Abraham), bronze statue. 
Standing on a platform with his tall 
hat in his right hand. (I 2S382, Feb. 
13, 1909; 1 photo Jan. 15, 1909.) 

Evans (Rudolph), Scarboro, N. Y. 

[7903 
Adams (Maud) Bronze portrait 
head appearing as a fragment in 
sculpture. (I 28464, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Findlay (J. L.), Boston, Mass. [7904 
Highland dance. A Scotch dance in 
costume, showing four couples danc- 
ing. (I 28544, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Forbes litho. mfg. co., Boston, Mass. 

[7905 

Bess. Lady in low-necked gown, 

with fur boa over her shoulders. (I 

2S5S7, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Gallagher (Farrell John), Somer- 

vilie, Mass. [7908 

Steering. Girl and man inclosed in 
circle, girl steering boat. (I 28390, 
Feb. 16, 1909.) 

George (Gilbert D.), St. Paul, Minn. 

[7907 
Cross the line. Man dressed as a 
farmer with satchel in hand is step- 
ping across boundary. (I 28383, Feb. 
15, 1909; 1 photo Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Ghiloni (Pietro), New Orleans, La. 

[7908 
Flower pot. Piece of statuary ; gen- 
eral shape is an inverted and imper- 
fect truncated cone. (I 28310, Feb. 8, 
1909.) 

Gillin printing co., New York, N. Y. 

[7909 
Happy home. Scene showing three 
people taking tea, two of the figures 
seated. (I 28387, Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Golland's (I.) sons & co., New York, 
N. Y. [7910-7912 

Dancing girl. Two men and a girl, 
the latter in Salome costume. (I 
28515, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Sheath girl. Two men and a girl, 
girl wears a sheath skirt and carries a 
parasol. (I 28513, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Yama Yama girl. Two men and a 
girl, the latter in Yama Yama costume. 
(I 28514, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Gray (Charles P. and Norman D.), 

West Chester, Pa. [7913 

Noah's ark picture, no. 2. A series 

of animal forms. (I 28323, Feb. 9, 

1909.) 



Grund (Adolph R.), St. Louis, Mo. 

[7914 
I am the true vine. Meitfal vision 
of the artist, of the man Jesus Christ. 
(I 28353, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[7915 
Blufunk. Model, pedestal having 
two steps, seated on pedestal is Blu- 
funk. (I 28525, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Harper & brothers, New York, N. Y. 

[7916-7920 

Belarius : Hail, thou fair heaven ! 
by Edwin A. Abbey. Standing figure 
of man with hands uplifted. (I 28427, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Henry VIII and Anne Bullen; by 
Edwin A. Abbey. King Henry VIII & 
woman seated, he holds her hand, 
curtain at back of picture. (I 28497, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Iachimo steals from the trunk; by 
Edwin A. Abbey. A sleeping woman 
on bed, a figure in background opening 
lid of trunk. (I 28526, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Imogen: Ho, who's here? by Edwin 
A. Abbey. Figure of woman in man's 
dress, drawing a short sword. (I 
2S528, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Katherine of Aragon ; by Edwin A. 
Abbey. Female figure seated in large 
chair by lattice window. (I 28498, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Hatjff (Charles H.), London, Eng- 
land. [7921, 7922 

Caught napping. In foreground man 
seated in chair before fireplace fast 
asleep. (I 2S375, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Two souls with but one thought. 
Two men seated at a table both cast- 
ing loving glance at young girl. (I 
28376, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Hawks (Mrs. Arthur), Ruxton, Md. 

[7923, 7924 

Billy Possum. Base of paper weight, 
possum modeled in high relief, lying 
on his side. (I 28536, Feb. 20, 1909.) 

A plaster plack with tree and 

possum in low relief, possum hanging 
by tail from limb of tree. (I 28535, 
Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Hirschberg (Carl). Buffalo, N. Y. 

[7925 
Big catch; four children on shore, 
boy and girl carrying a net which con- 
tains a baby. (I 28622, March 6, 
1909.) 



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7926 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Hough (Fredrick Ernst), Duluth, 
Minn. [7926 

Ancient Arabic order of nobles of the 
mystic shrine, new design and model 
of the established emblem. (I 28575, 
Mar. 2, 1909.) 

Hunt (Esther), New York, N. Y. 

[7927-7938 

Accident (The) Jap child, bending 
over parasol. (I 2S555, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Celebrating. Child holding string of 
fire-crackers. (I 2S550, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Chinese lantern. Jap child, carries 
in left hand lantern. (I 28552, Feb. 
27, 1909.) 

Getting acquainted. Jap child watch- 
ing green parrot. (I 28547, Feb. 27, 
1909.) 

Going visiting. Jap child, has kitten 
in right hand. (I 28553, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Gold fish. Two Jap children stand- 
ing by round top table. (I 28556, Feb. 
27, 1909.) 

Good night. Jap child, holding can- 
dle. (I 28551, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Greetings. Jap child, holding fan 
over head. (I 28554, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Investigation (An) Jap child, stand- 
ing back of large vase. (I 2S549, Feb. 
27, 1909.) 

Lighting up. Jap child holding a 
lantern. (I 28548, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Little mother. Jap child carrying- 
baby on back. (I 28546, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Toy balloon. Jap child holding a 
string attached to balloon. (I 28545, 
Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Huylers, New York, N. Y. [7939 

Hearts. A cupid at each end holding 

ribbon streamer, a heart a little from 

the hand of each cupid. (I 28416, Feb. 

18,1909.) 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, 

N. J. [7940 

Daily troubles. Man having the half 

of his face covered with lather. (I 

28352, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Kehelky (William Marion), Atlanta, 
Ga. [7941 

Preparation (The) Interior church 
scene, preacher in pulpit, above con- 
gregation appears angel as in a cloud. 
(I 28338, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Kohn brothers, Chicago, 111. 

[7942-7952 
Bathing scene. Young man talking 
to lady in bathing suit. (I 28403, Feb. 
1.7, 1909. ) 



Kohn brothers — Continued. 

Board walk scene. Lady and gentle- 
man in wheel-chair being pushed by a 
negro attendant. (I 28396, Feb. IT, 
1909.) 

Fall scene. Two men wearing heavy 
overcoats. (I 28404, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Looking scene. Two men standing 
looking at piece of statuary. (I 28400, 
Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Outdoor scene. Two men standing, 
one with both hands in pockets. ([ 
2S399, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Promenade scene. Man and woman 
walking, lady holding dog on long chain, 
(I 28406, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Racing scene. Two men wearing 
overcoats, walking with lady between 
them. (I 28402, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Racing scene. Young man and lady 
standing, looking at some object in dis- 
tance. (I 28401, Feb.. 17, 1909.) 

Saluting scene. Two men standing 
as if saluting some one. (I 28405, 
Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Street scene. Two men and woman, 
one man holding magazine and cane. 
(128398, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Traveling scene. Two men standing, 
one consulting time table. (I 28397, 
Feb. 17, 1909.) 

KUNST- & VERLAGSANSTALT, ( SCHAAR & 

Dathe), Trier, Germany. 

[7953-7972 

Adam & Eve in Paradise. The three 
persons of God, with a group of angels 
right and left. (I 28481, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Adoration of the Wise men from the 
East. The Wise men are kneeling be- 
fore the child of God. (I 2S474, Feb. 
19,1909.) 

Annunciation of the birth of Jesus 
to Mary. Mary is sitting on a bench, 
an angel appears, announcing to her 
the birth of Jesus. (I 28486, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Christ anointed by a penitent woman. 
Christ lying on a couch, to the left 
Magdalene anointing Christ's feet. (I 
2S479, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Christ appointing Peter chief of the 
church. Peter kneeling before Christ 
who is standing in the center. (I 
28478, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Christ bearing the cross. Christ bent 
down by the weight of the cross, a sol- 
dier leads Christ. (I 28467, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 



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7989 



KrXST- & VERLAGSANSTALT, ( SCHAAE & 

Dathe ) — Continued. 

Christ teaching the apostles the 
Lord's prayer. Christ, standing, his 
Rands folded in prayer. (I 284S0, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Christ teaching the children in the 
temple. Christ is surrounded by chil- 
dren and people. (I 2S477, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Christening. A priest christening a 
child. (I 2S46S, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Communion of the saints in heaven. 
In center, the one God in three per- 
sons, on both sides saints and angels 
in groups. (I 28472, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Consecration during holy mass. A 
priest at the altar raising the Holy 
Bread in the center. (I 28469, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Deluge (The) On the top of a rock, 
the only spot still above water are 
crowded men, women, and children. 
(I 2S483, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Going to church on Sunday morn- 
ing. A group of villagers going to 
church, in background the village 
church. (I 2S473, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Holy family at Nazareth. Center 
figure is Christ when a boy carrying 
wood into the house. (I 28475, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Holy family praying in the temple. 
Joseph, Christ, and Mary kneeling in 
a line offering prayers. (I 28476, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Institution of the sacrament of holy 
confirmation. Christ assembled with 
the Apostles, is in the center of the 
group. (I 28470, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Last judgment. He?.ven, God assem- 
bled with the saints. (I 28484, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Priest administering the Extreme 
Unction. A priest and the relatives of 
a dying woman are' grouped around her 
bed. fl 28471, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Reception of Mary. The child Mary, 
a burning candle in her hand, is re- 
ceived bv the high priest. (I 28485, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Temptation in Paradise. Eve is 
breaking an apple from a tree, which 
she is handing to Adam. (I 28482, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

KUNSTANSTALT TROWITZSCH & SOHN, 

Frankfort-on-the-Oder, Germanv. 
[7973-79S2 
Beethoven (Ludwig van) ; by Robert 
Halm. Bust, head uncovered, wavy 
hair, face bearing a thoughtful expres- 
sion. (I 28495, Feb. 19, 1909.) 



KUNSTANSTALT TROWITZSCH & SOHN 

Continued. 

Fruhlingsabend (Evening in spring) ; 
by Max Pietschmann. Three young 
girls walking on a country road, bloom- 
ing trees are on both sides. (I 28488, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Golgatha ; by Hermann Clements. 
The crucifixion, Christ looking toward 
heaven is the center figure, mother 
Mary has fainted. (I 28491, Feb. 19. 
1909.) 

Heimkehr vom fischmarkt (The re- 
turn from the fish market) ; by Edm. 
Louyot. Three fisher girls of specific 
Dutch type carrying baskets filled with 
fish. (I 28490, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Mondaufgang; by Wilhelm Feld- 
mann. Night scene. A cornfield, the 
rising moon is partly covered by clouds. 
(I 28487, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Schaferin; by Alberto Gessner. A 
shepherd girl in sitting position, one 
hand resting in her lap. (I 28494. 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Schelm (Der), (Wicked) ; by Franz 
Pernat. Wickedly laughing young girl 
holding a jumping- jack. (I 28493, Feb. 
19, 1909.) 

Sehnsucht (Longing) ; by Max Non- 
nenbruch. Girl in Roman costume, 
head ornamented with a laurel-wreath. 
(I 28492, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Sommernacht (Summer night) : by 
Max Pietschmann. A party of three, 
a table with some fruit, flowers and 
wine. (I 28489, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Wagner (Richard) ; by Robert Hahn. 
Bust, head turned to left, and covered 
by the characteristic baret. (I 28496, 
Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Lamastjre (Edwin). Washington. D. C. 

[7983 
Brook in autumn. Fall landscape, 
brook at right. (I 28557, Feb. 27. 
1909.) 

Life pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[7984-7989 
Glass that cheers. A very pretty 
girl, head onlv, looking into a hand 
glass. (I 28633, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

March of fashion; by A. D. Blash- 
field. Fashion temple from the doors 
of which emerge a procession of people 
clothed in various styles. (I 28634, 
Mar. 8, 1909. ) 

Moving day, March 4th ; by Wm. H. 
Walker. Mr. Roosevelt moving away 
from the White House, Mr. Taft wav- 
ing farewell. (I 28511, Feb. 23, 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Life pub. co. — Continued. 

Regular meeting of the Ananias 
club; by Win. H. Walker. Famous 
liars of contemporaneous history, 
mural decorations show a heroic figure 
resembling Roosevelt. (I 28347, Feb. 
12,1909.) 

Some day; by Harry Fraut Dart. 
Bird's-eye view of New York and neigh- 
boring cities, when transportation is 
made easy by flying machines. (I 
2S558, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Uncle's rescue; by C. Broughton. 
Mr. Taft rescuing Uncle Sam from the 
clutches of an active child. (I 28512, 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Lipton (Marcus), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[7990 

God of smiles; statuary in relief 

showing smiling face of William H. 

Taft. (I 285S5, Feb. 23, 1909; 1 photo 

Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Littig (W. T.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[7991-7993 
Guard trust co. building in Philadel- 
phia. Bird's-eye view. (I 28615, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Lafayette college, Eastern, Pa. 
Bird's-eye view. (I 28530, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

St. Lawrence university, Canton, 
N. Y. Bird's-eye view. (I 28529, Feb. 
25, 1909.) 

Long ( Ferdinand G. ) , Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[7994 
Bill. Model, small squat fat figure 
of Mr. Taft seated in a chair. (I 
28522, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Loomis (Charles Battell), Leonia, 

N. J. [7995,7998 

Salamandergundi (The). Grotesque 

animal with full grinning lips. (I 

28355, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Salamandergundi. A statue of a gro- 
tesque animal with full grinning lips. 
(I 28539, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Lucky spud co., Boston, Mass. [7997 
Lucky spud. Drawn and modeled 
from a potato resembling a human 
form. (I 28407, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

McKell (James C), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[7998 
Badger fight. A scene of western 
life, a group of cowboys, Indians, and 
half breeds surrounding a box. (I 
28303, Feb. 6, 1909; 1 photo. Feb. 25, 
1909.) 



MacLellan (Henry Ward), New 
York, N. Y. [7999 

Bowling in Madison Square Gar- 
den, New York. Men bowling on al- 
leys at tenpins before an audience. 
(I 27217, Oct. 19, 1908; 1 photo. Feb. 
24, 1909.) 

Marchand (John Norval), Westport, 
Conn. [8000 

Pony head ; statuary, western pony's 
head with split ear bridle on, mouth 
open and nostrils spread. (I 28586, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Meister (Gebruder), Koblenz, Ger- 
many. [8001 
Abend an der Mosel ; by P. Hey. An 
idyllic place on the banks of the Mosel, 
a group of friends sitting at a table. 
(I 28569, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Meliodon ( Jules A. ) , New York, N. Y. 

[8002 

Patrie to those who died for her. 

The Patrie represented by a veiled 

woman raises a palm and laurel 

branch. (I 28394, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Mentzer (William Austin), Chicago. 
111. [8003 

Smell Lee. Model, an incense 

burner, Chinese figure on sextagon 

base. (I 28531, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Merriam (John W.) & co., New York, 

N. Y. [8004, 8005 

King Lud of Ireland. A typical 
specimen of the English bulldog of the 
bench show type standing on a mam- 
moth shamrock. (I 28343, Feb. 11, 
1909.) 

Sign of the bull dog. A dog house, 
in the doorway of which is bull dog. 
(I 28381, Feb. 15, 1909.) 
Mitchell (Eva B.), Riverside, 111. 

[8006, 8007 

Match for you. A devil sitting on 
a block leaning his elbows on a bowl 
that is ornamented with imps. (I 
28447, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Sold out. Statue of three news 
boys the one in the middle having sold 
out. (I 28324, Feb. 9, 1909.) 
Moore (Francis P.), New York, N. Y. 

[8008 

Memorial to founders, faculty and 
patrons of St. Joseph's Seminary at 
Troy, N. Y. (I 28308, Feb. 8, 1909.) 

Moran (Thomas), New York, N. Y. 

[8009 

Cliffs of Green river, Wyoming; 

cliffs occupy middle of picture and are 

reflected in the river, trees upon the 

banks. (I 28574, Mar. 2, 1909.) 



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8039 



Mori (Placido), New York, N. Y. 

[S010 
Lincoln (Abraham). Bust on ped- 
estal on which appears the words One 
man. (I 2S346, Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Mott (J. L.) iron works, New York, 
N. Y. [8011 

Dancing boy. Nude boy of tender 
years, he is dancing with glee, balanc- 
ing himself upon his left foot. (I 
2S463, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Nieman (Chatjncy Wells), New 
York, N. Y. [8012 

Stenographer. Relief plaque of a 
female figure seated before a type- 
writer. (I 28504, Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Norris and Winter, Washington, D. C. 

[8013 

Runner at set ; the hands rest on the 

starting line, while the feet are braced 

for a quick start. (I 28311, Feb. 8, 

1909.) 

Northwestern knitting co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [8014-8017 
Munsing cupids. 1-5. Little girls 
and boys in union suits. (I 28356- 
28300, Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Pacific coast condensed milk co., 
Seattle, Wash. [8018 

Carnation pastures. A flat open 
country with one hill in background, 
in foreground, a number of cattle. (I 
28449, Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Painter (Blanche), Osceola, Iowa. 

[8019 
Floral design. A series of kite- 
shaped figures arranged concentrically 
from a central point. (I 28374, Feb. 
15, 1909.) 

Penntjcci (Andrea), Boston, Mass. 

[8020 
Lincoln (Abraham) Bust on base 
draped with American flag, sur- 
mounted by American eagle. (I 28341, 
Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Phillips (J. Campbell), [United 

States] [8021 

Her portrait. Girl seated, holds 

large feather fan. (I 28466, Feb. 19, 

1909.) 

Phillips (Sam'l H.), Toledo, Ohio. 

[8022 

Fort Meigs restored as it was in 

1813. Eight block-houses, six batteries 

and one mortar battery. (I 28460, 

Feb. 15, 1909.) 



Plaut (L.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[S023-8027 
Electrolier : Model. — Body. — Can- 
opy.— Globe.— Head. (I 2S411-2S415, 
Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Porter (S. S.), Salt Lake City, Utah. 

[8028, S029 

Forming the heel. Pasture showing 
cattle in the distance with trees on the 
right, a Dutch girl and dog standing 
in the foreground. (I 28361, Feb. 13, 
1909.) 

Truant fisherman. Pasture with 
stream, two boys fishing. (I 28362, 
Feb. 13, 1909.) 

Proctor (Alexander Phimister), Bed- 
ford, N. Y. [8030, 8031 

Charging elephant. Statue, elephant 
with head up, his trunk in the air as if 
in the act of striking. (I 28384, Feb. 
16,1909.) 

Silver king. Statuette, a tarpon as 
he is leaping from the water. (I 28385, 
Feb. 16, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [8032 
Some laws of the kingdom. Two 
men in oriental costume meeting on a 
country road. (I 28378, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Prudential insurance co., Newark, 
N. J. [8033 

Strength of Gibraltar. Rock of Gib- 
raltar with couple of war ships pass- 
ing. (I 28379, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Putnam (Arthur), San Francisco, 
Cal. [8034, 8035 

Puma. Statue, stretched on slab 
bodv resting a little on right side. (I 
28340, Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Wild cat. Statue, reclining on slab, 
body lying in curve to right. (I 28339, 
Feb. 10, 1909.) 

Quinby (Frederick J.), Boston, Mass. 

[8036 
He strode away followed by his big 
dog; by A. C. Machefert. Man with a 
heavy beard carrying a gun under his 
right arm, a dog following at his side. 
(I 38393, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Richermoz (Dubrujeaud Jean ) , 
Paris, France. [8037-8039 

Dogs on point; by Thomas Cartier. 
Two pointers, one crouching with his 
body touching the ground. (I 28561, 
Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Lion (The) ; by Thomas Cartier. 
Male lion, the hind quarters are set 
and in a crouching position. (I 28559, 
Mar. 1, 1909.) 



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RlCHERMOZ (DUBRUJEAUD JEAN ) — Coil. 

Lion at bay; by Thomas Cartier. 
Figure of a male lion in a fighting at- 
titude. (I 28560, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Rogers (William A.), New York, N. Y. 

[8040 

Bumblepuppy. A small statue of an 

imaginary composite creature having 

head and legs of a puppy. (I 28505, 

Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Royal tailors, Chicago, 111. [8041 

Men who are doing the work or the 
world. A group of six men gathered 
around a table. (I 28524, Feb. 25, 
1909.) 

Russian caviar co., New York, N. Y. 

[8042 
Caviar cooler or fern dish ; dish, 
oval in shape, decorations composed of 
two sturgeons, the two tails forming a 
handle at each end. (I 28573, Feb. 19, 
1909.) 

Schreyvogel (Chas.). Hoboken, N. J. 

[8043-8045 

Fight for water. A fallen Indian and 
horse, a trooper on rearing horse firing 
at Indian. (I 28532, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Lost despatches. A trooper pulling 
up his horse, Indians in background. 
(I 28533, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Run for the post. Scout in fore- 
ground and three troopers chased by 
Indians. (I 28534, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, New 
York, N. Y. [8046 

War clouds; by N. C. Wyeth. An 
Indian warrior holding spear, stand- 
ing on a rock in front of his horse's 
head. (I 28632, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Scudder (Janet), New York, N. Y. 

[8047, 8048 

Design for wall fountain. Small 
boy standing on a pedestal in a niche, 
boy playing a flute. (I 28509, Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

Design for wall fountain. Small 
boy seated on a pedestal contained in 
an upper basin. (I 28510, Feb. 23, 
1909.) 



Simard (A. F.), Clareinont, N. H. 

[8049 
Church & State greatest factors in 
moulding out most perfect type of 
Christian civilization ; pair of scales, 
on left is a pulpit in which stands a 
preacher, on right a rostrum in which 
stands goddess of justice. (I 28572, 
Feb. 27, 1909; 1 photo Feb. 18, 1909.) 



Smith (De Cost), New York, N. Y. 

[8050 
Rallying point. A mounted Indian 
on the brow of a hill. (I 28523, Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

Stearns (Frederick) & co., Detroit. 
Mich. [8051 

Reminder (A) Young woman, look- 
ing directly at the foreground toward 
which she is pointing. (I 28349, Feb. 
12, 1909.) 

Taylor (Houston), Atlanta, Ga. 

[8052 
Ideal American. Two columns sup- 
porting lintel which supports arch, 
eagle under arch, two American flags 
hanging from lintel. (I 28589, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Thullen (J. H.), Belief ourche, S. 
Dak. [8053 

Trapped. Two coyotes on a small 
knoll: near one of the coyotes is the 
carcass of a steer. (I 2S354, Feb. 13, 
1909.) 

Torrey (George Burroughs), New 
York, N. Y. [8054 

Still (Andrew Taylor) Standing by 
table holding staff and pointing to some 
bones on table. (I 28009, Jan. 4, 1909 ; 
1 photo Feb. 12, 1909.) 

Turner (C. Y.), New York, N. Y. 

[8055 
Moira. Young woman sits at a spin- 
ning wheel. (I 28542, Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[8056, 8057 

Hold still; statuary, little girl but- 
toning drawers of baby sister, whose 
back is turned. (I 28623, Mar. 6, 
1909.) 

Little mason wearing his first pin; 
statuary, little boy with square cap on 
his head, diaper fastened with large 
safety pin. (I 28624, Mar. 6, 1909.) 



art shop, inc., Chicago, 

[8058-8060 

no. 135. Cupid 

in the air. (1 



University 
111. 

Cupid of the car, 
driving an auto car 
28322, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Goddess of hearts, no. 115. Young 
girl with cap on head sitting on a 
mantle. (I 28320, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

Queen of hearts, no. 119. Young lady 
sitting before a mirror made in shape 
of a heart. (I 28321, Jan. 20, 1909.) 

L18 



FINE ARTS 



nos. 9-12, Mar., 1909 



S074 



University of Wisconsin, Madison, 
Wis. [S0G1, 8062 

Bamboo range of Wisconsin. Model 
of the range which is a monadnock of 
Huronian sediments rising above the 
Lanrentian peneplain. (I 2S503, Feb. 
1 2. 1909.) 

Lake Superior region. Model show- 
ing the basin of Lake Superior and 
part of Lake Michigan. (I 2S502, Feb. 
1, 1909.) 

Van Nostrand (A. G.), Boston, Mass. 

[8083, 8064 
Workers series, no. 14. A baker 
carrying a tray of pies. ( I 2S56T, Mar. 
1, 1909.) 

no. 15. Man sitting on the run- 
ning board of an automobile. (I 
2S566, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Von Rosenberg (Otto), St. Louis, Mo. I 

[8065 j 
Spirit of the West. Shade of an In- 
dian of heroic size, bow in hand, is j 
gazing over land which once belonged j 
to his people. (I 28538, Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Watrous ( Harry W.), New York, N.Y. | 

[8066 
Some little talk of me and thee there 
was. Two girls in riding habits fac- 
ing each other seated at small dark 
wood table. (I 28372, Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Webster (Frederic S.), Pittsburgh, 
Pa. [8067 

Prince Don : The peacemaker. Eng- 
lish pointer dog in act of pointing, with 
left fore foot raised. (I 28319, Jan. 
20, 1909; 1 photo Feb. 8, 1909.) 



Welch (Max. J.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[8068 
Show down. Lady and gentleman 
playing a game of cards. (I 2S614, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Westerly granite co., Boston, Mass. 

[8069 
Monument of Gothic style of archi- 
tecture similar to tomb in Westminster 
Abbey erected to the grandchildren of 
Edward I. (I 28462, Feb. 19, 1909.) 

Whitehead and Hoag co., Newark, 
N. J. [8070 

Frances. Young lady with fluffy 
hair slightly parted in the center, her 
neck and shoulders are exposed. (I 
28516, Feb. 24, 1909.) 

Whittemore (Wm. J.), New York, 
N. Y. [8071 

Coquette. Young girl in empire cos- 
tume seated in a chair. (I 28506, Feb. 
23, 1909.) 

WlLLET STAINED GLASS CO., Pittsburg, 

Pa. [8072 

Apocalypse (The) ; by William Wil- 
let. Three panels : right panel, The 
priest; center panel, The king; left 
panel, The conqueror. (I 28392, Feb. 
17, 1909.) 

WlNTERBOTHAM (JOSEPH E. ) , Chicago, 

111. [8073 

Faith, hope and charity. Cross, a 
heart and an anchor. (I 28501, Feb. 
20, 1909.) 

Wolf & co., Philadelphia, Pa. [8074 
Three peaches. Boy and girl on a 
log, girl is offering boy a peach. (I 
28500, Feb. 20, 1909.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph each 
and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1909 776 







119 



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8075-11636 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 4 

ffos. 13-17 

APRIL, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



'T'HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; 



PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
PHOTOGRAPHS 



To save space the copyright: notice after each title is abbreviated; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copvright by Fred W. Adams, 
Forsythe, Mont. Class H, XXc, no. 124424, Mar. 20, 1909 ; 2 copies received Mar. 20, 
1909. 



Adams (Fred W.), Forsythe, Mont. 

[8075-8076 
F. & C. C. railroad, Cripple Creek, 
Colo. 1, 2. (H 124424. 124425. Mar. 20, 
1909.) 

Adcroeters, Omaha, Nebr. [8077 

Horses head. (G 21236, Mar. 29, 
1909.) 

Aldex (Augustus E.) Boston, Mass. 

[S07S. S079 
Winchester. Mass. 1, 2. (H 124463, 
124464. Mar. 20, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
10, 1909.) 

Aldrich (Byrox L.) jr., Tacorna, 
Wash. [8080, 8081 

Tacorna. Wash. 1, 2. (H 121228, 
121229, Jan. 4, 1909 : 2 c. of each Mar. I 
9, 1909.) 

American commercial adv'g co.. New 
Tork, X. Y. [8082 | 

Readv to go. (F 74111. Mar. 6, | 
1909). 

Americax-Examixer, New York, X. T. 

[S083-S115 

Are yon a photographer. (F 74512, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Dress this figure and win a prize. 
(F 75337, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Foxv Grandpa. (F 74494, Mar. 15, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74694, Mar. 23, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75109, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Happy Hooligan is wooing Suzanne. 

(F 74910, Mar. 30, 1909.) 
Happy Hooligan mnkes no headway. 

(F 74691, Mar. 23, 1909.) 
Jimmy. (F 74445, Mar. 13, 1909.) 
(F 74689, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

— (F 74912, Mar. 30, 1909.) 
Katzen.iammer kids out west. (F 

74688, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

i F 74908, Mar. 30. 1909.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Katzenjammer kids take in the falls. 
(F 74443, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Katzen jammers in Yellowstone park. 
(F 74510, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

March is the month of blow and 
bluster. (F 74440, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Matter of whiskers. (F 75342, Apr. 
12, 1909.) 

Oh Winnie. (F 74439, Mar. 13, 
1909.) 

(F 74690, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Police. (F 74693, Mar. 23, 1909.) 
'Scuse me Mr. Johnson. (F 74441, 

Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74511, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74692, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

■ (F 74909, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Sliding breeches are now the thing. 

(F 74913, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Trim this and win your Easter hat, 
free. (F 74244, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Trim this spring hat. (F 75108, 
Apr. 5, 1909.) 

What ho ! 'Tis the duke of Spaghetti ! 
(F 75341, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Widow Perkins and her dog Violet. 
(F 74442, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74508, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74911, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Wooing of Suzanne. ( F 74444, Mar. 

13. 1909.) 

(F 74509, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Yes. sir : The Katzenjammer kids 

are still out west. (F 75338, Apr. 12, 

1909.) 

American home magazixe co., New 
York, N. Y. [7116, 8117 

American home magazine. Cover 
design. Mar. 1909. Vol. VI, no. III. 
(F 74504, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

April. 1909. Vol. VI, no. IV. 

(F 75212, Apr. 9, 1909.) , 



121 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTEIES 



8118 



pt. iv. n. 



v.4 



American - Journal - Examiner, New 

York, N. Y. [8118-8279 

Ain't it? (F 74396, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Ain't you sorry? (F 74410, Mar. 12, 

1909.) 

(F 74779, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

(F 74903, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

(F 74982, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74998, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

(F 75147, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

And not only that. (F 74551, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

(F 74631, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74697, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

(F 74811, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

(F 75001, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

(F 75152, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

(F 75217, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Courteous cop. (F 74238, Mar. 8, 

1909.) 

(F 74302, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

(F 74348, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

(F 74490, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Daily health hint. (F 74491, Mar. 

15, 1909.) 

(F 74514, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74568, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

(F 74665, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74808, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

(F 74951, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

(F 75000, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Day with Roosevelt in Italy. (F 

75148, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

(F 75207, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Do you know this man? (F 74239, 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74836, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

- — - (F 74904, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Dog he left behind. (F 74728, Mar. 

24, 1909.) 

Dough family and the Dubb family. 

(F 74516, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74605, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

(F 74806, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Easter hats! (F 75348, Apr. 12, 

1909.) 

Excuse club. (F 74242, Mar. 8, 

1909.) 

(F 74391, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

(F 74695, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75015, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Extracts from a married man's let- 
ters. (F 74666, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

■ ■ (F 74780, Mar. 25, 1909.) 



25, 



6, 



American- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 

■ (F 74905, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Fond farewell. (F 74781, Mar. 

1909.) 

Gimlet club. (F 74202. Mar. 

1909.) 

(F 74305, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

(F 74353, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

(F 74437, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74515, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

■ (F 74608, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

■ (F 74633, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

■ (F 74667, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74731, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74837, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

■ (F 748S5, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

(F 74950, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

(F 75112, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Greatest show on earth, the tariff 

circus. (F 75003, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 74352, Mar. 

10, 1909.) 

■ (F 74569, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

(F 74985, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Hall Room boys. (F 74306, Mar. 9, 
1909.) 

(F 74438, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74552, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

■ (F 74688, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74810, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

■ (F 74956, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

■ (F 75113, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

■ (F 75151, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

(F 75247, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Henpecko the monk. ( F 74203, Mar. 
6, 1909.) 

(F 74517, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74838, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75126, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

■ (F 75216, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

How to be happv, though married. 
(F 75219, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

If it weren't for father. (F 74243, 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74395, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

(F 74492, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

(F 74609, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

■ (F 74727, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74886, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

• (F 75002, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

(F 75127, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Kidnapping of His Policies. 

74841, Mar. 27, 1909.) 



(F 



122 



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nos. 13-17, Apr., 1909 



8280 



American- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
Knocko the monk. (F 75013, Apr. 3, 

(F 75110, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Mary's home from college. (F 
74301, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

(F 74394, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

(F 74634, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

- i F 74986, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

fable. (F 74241, Mar. S, 



Misfit 
1909. ) 



Mar. 12, 1909.) 
Mar. IS, 1909.) 
Mar. 20, 1909.) 
Mr. Jack. (F 74392, Mar. 11, 1909.) 
- i F 74606, Mar. 19, 1909.) 
Mar. 20, 1909.) 
Mar. 26, 1909.) 
Mar. 31, 1909.) 
(F 74434, Mar. 13, 



Mrs 
1909.) 



iF 74413. 
(F 74570, 
i F 74636, 



I F 74635, 
(F 74S07, 
(F 74954, 
Trubbell. 



(F 74664, 
(F 747S2. 
(F 74983, 



Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Apr. 1, 1909.) 

- (F 75218, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

My Policies gets another jolt. 

74696, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Never again. (F 74200. Mar. 
1909.) 

(F 74303, Mar 

(F 74411, Mar. 

■ (F 744S9, Mar. 

■ (F 74549, Mar. 

(F 74567, Mar. 

(F 74698, Mar. 



(F. 



Mai- 
Mar 



9, 1909.) 
12, 1909.) 
15, 1909.) 

17, 1909.) 

18, 1909.) 

23, 1909.) 

24, 1909.) 
26, 1909.) 

Mar. 29, 1909.) 
Mar. 31, 1909.) 

2, 1909.) 

3, 1909.) 
6, 1909.) 
8, 1909.) 
10, 1909.) 

the use. 



(F 74729, 

(F 74S09. 

(F 74883, 

(F 74953, 

(F 74999, Apr. 

(F 75014, Apr. 

(F 7512S, Apr. 

(F 75204, Apr. 

(F 75249, Apr. 

Oh fudere! What's the use. (F 

74436. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Pair of new shoes. (F 74997, Apr. 2, 
1909. 

Reduced to the ranks. (F 75251, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Rhvmo the monk. (F 74906, Mar. 
30, 1909.) 

(F 75248, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Say? What d've think? (F 74240, 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 



Amerkax-Jolrxal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
There is hope. (F 74952, Mar. 31, 

1909.) 

There's a reason. (F 74350, Mar. 

10, 1909.) 

(F 74393, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

(F 74412, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

' (F 74435, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

( F 74550, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

(F 74607, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

(F 74730, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74884, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

(F 74984, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

(F 75111, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

(F 75150, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Thousand and one nights. (F 74513, 

Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Those new hats. (F 74349. Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

Tightwaddo the monk. (F 74414, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

(F 74783, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

(F 75205, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

'Twas but a dream. (F 75149, Apr. 

7, 1909.) 

(F 75343, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Washington notes. (F 74201, Mar. 

6, 1909.) 

What can a poor woman do? (F 

75153. Apr. 7, 1909.) 

■ (F 75250, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Will Roosevelt run again? (F 74812, 
Mar. 26. 1909.) 

You have seen this gentleman? (F 



74839, Mar, 



:.. 



1909.) 



You see, it was this way. (F 74493, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 

57 varieties of touch. (F 74351, 
Mar. 10, 1909.) 

(F 74433, Mar 13, 1909.) 

(F 74548. Mar. 17, 1909.) 

■ (F 74632, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74699, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

(F 74840, Mar. 27. 1909.) 

iF 74955, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

(F 75129, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

■ (F 75206, Apr. S, 1909.) 

820.000 reward to kidnappers. (F 

74907, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

American lithographic co.. New York, 

N. Y. [8280 

Colored boy, laughing. (H 124694, 

Mar. 25, 1909 : 1 c. Mar. 10, 1909 ; 1 c. 

Mar. 25. 1909.) 



123 



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8281 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



American mutoscope & biograph co., 
New York, N. Y. [8281-8302 

And a little child shall lead them. 
(H 123958, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Burglar's mistake. (H 124687, Mar. 

25, 1909.) 

Confidence. (H 125501, Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Deception (The). (H 123959, Mar. 
13, 1909.) 

Drunkards reformation. (H 125114, 
Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Fool's revenge. (H 123743, Mar. S, 
1909.) 

His wife's mother. (H 123539, Mar. 

I, 1909.) 

I did it, mamma. (H 123871, Mar. 

II, 1909.) 

Jones and his new neighbors. (H 
124891, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Lure of the gown. (H 123872, Mar. 
11, 1909.) 

Medicine bottle. (H 124S90, Mar. 

26, 1909.) 

Prussian spy. (H 123540, Mar. 1, 
1909.) 

Road to the heart. (H 125115, Mar. 
31, 1909.) 

Roue's heart. (H 123744, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

Rude hostess. (H 125116, Mar. 31, 
1909.) 

Salvation army lass. (H 123873, 
Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Schneider's anti-noise crusade. (H 
125117, Mar. 31,1909.) 

Sound sleeper. (H 125502, Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Trying to get arrested. (H 125118, 

Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Voice of the violin. (H 124289, 

Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Winning coat. (H 125503, Apr. 8, 

1909.) 

Wooden leg. (H 123745, Mar. 8, 

1909.) 

American press assn., New York, 

N. Y. [8303-8318 

Nobody loves a fat man. (F 74112, 

Mar. 6, 1909.) 

(F 74299, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

(F 74335, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

(F 74448, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74507, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74565, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

(F 74597, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

■ (F 74707, Mar. 24, 1909.) 



American press assn. — Continued. 
(F 74708, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74802. Mar. 26, 1909.) 

(F 74896, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

* (F 74979, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74993, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

(F 75104, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

(F 75136, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

(F 75223, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Amick (Birt), Des Moines, Iowa. 

[8319 
Last trail cut off. (F 74891, Mar. 
19, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Anderson (Geo. P.), Lyle, Minn. 

[8320 
Cedar river scene. (H 124053. Mar. 
15, 1909.) 

Anderson (J. B.), Morris, Mont. 

[8321-S337 

Morris, Mont., 1-17. (H 122912- 

122928, Feb. 13, 1909 ; 1 c. of each Jan. 

30, 1909; 1 c. of each Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Apeda co., New York, N Y. [8338 

A mi amigo Constantino. (H 124S63, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Applied arts co., New York, N. Y. 

[4 prints.] [8339-8342 

Easter greeting. — Easter tide. — 

Happy Easter. — Joyful Easter. (F 

74585-74588, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Arnheim (Marks). New York, N. Y. 

[8343 
Contour plate. (F 74274, Mar. 9, 
1909.) 

Bailey (Charles Z.), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [8344-S350 

Los Angeles, Cal. 1-3. (H 124283- 
124285, Mar. 17, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
18, 1909.) 

Old Baldv from Oneonta Park, Cal. 
(H 124921, Mar. 27, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Pasadena, Cal. 1, 2. (H 124919, 
124920, Mar. 27, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
26, 1909.) 

Vallejo, Cal., from Mare Island navy 
yard. (H 1242S6, Mar. 17, 1909; 2 c. 
Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Bain (George Grantham), New York, 
N. Y. [8351-S422 

Ballinser (Richard) 215-12 to 215- 
14. (H 124459-124461, Mar. 20, 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Carpenter (F. W.) 214-3. (H 
124269, Mar. 17, 1909.) 



124 



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nos. 13-17, Apr., 1900 



8450 



Bain (George Grantham) — Cont'd. 

Caruso. (H 117929, Nov. 5, 190S ; 
2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.)* 

Dickinson (J. M.) 213-7, 213-15. 
(H 123267, 123268, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

En mes ( Emma ) . 4-10. ( H 123504- 
123510, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Farrar ( Geraldine ) . H 117930, Nov. 
5, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.)* 

Fisher (Mrs. Clark). 1-3. (H 
125348-125350, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Havward (Win.) (H 117863, Nov. 
4, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.)* 

Homer (Mme). 1-5. (H 123861- 
123865, Mar. 11, 1909: 2 c. of each 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

House in session. 337-14, 337-15, 
338-2. (H 123264-123266, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Jeffries (James J.) 1-4. (H 123783- 
123786, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Knox (P. C.) 213-9 to 213-11. (H 
124261-124263, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Lunt (A. E.) (H 117862, Nov. 4, 
1908; 2 c. Feb. S. 1909.)* 

MacVeagh (Franklin) 213-12,214-1. 
(H 124259, 124260, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Morena (Bertha) 1-5. (H 123866- 
123870, Mar. 11, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Nagel (Charles) 1. (H 123903, Mar. 
12, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

2, 3. (H 123904, 123905, Mar. 

12, 1909; 1 c. of each Mar. 13, 1909; 
1 c. of each Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Pouren (Jan) (H 118345, Nov. 16, 
1908; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.)* 

Rosewater (Victor) (H 116974, 
Oct. 12, 190S; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1909.)* 

Sherman ( J. S. ) 215-5 to 215-8. ( H 
124452-124455, Mar. 20, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Taft (W. H.) 212-11 to 211-15, 
213-1 to 213-5. (H 123S99-123902, 
123906-123911, Mar. 12, 1909: 2 c. of 
each Mar. 13, 1909.) 

— - on horseback. 1. (H 12450S, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

on horseback. 2. (H 124462, 

Mar. 20, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1909.) 

speaking. 1-3. (H 123236- 

123238, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Wickersham (G. W.) 215-9 to 
215-11. (H 124456-124458, Mar. 20, 
1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Wilson (James) 213-8, 214-2, 214- 
4. (H 124256-124258, Mar. 17, 1909.) 



Barclay & co., New York, N. Y. 

[8423-8426 
Forget me not. (G 21086, Mar. 2, 

1909.) 

Playmates. (G 21087, Mar. 2, 1909.) 
Roses. (G 21088, Mar. 2, 1909.) 
Spanish girl. (G 21089, Mar. 2, 

1909.) 

Baknes (A. H.), Parkland, Wash. 

[8427 
Mt. Tacoma from Mahons Prairie. 
(H 123735, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Baetol (Wm. A.), Lewisburg, Pa. 

[8428 
Bucknell university, Pa., Lovers' re- 
treat. (F 74649, Mar. 22, 1909; 2 c. 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Bauer (Charles), New York, N. Y. 

[8429 
Step lively. (H 125100, Mar. 6, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Beck (Charles R. R.), Thurmont, 
Md. [8430 

Thurmont, Md., first house built in. 
(H 125521, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Bell (James W.) & son, New York, 
N. Y. [14 prints] [8431-8444 

Amherst (The). — Brighton (The). — 
Casino (The).— Chelsea (The).— 
Classy outing. — Earl of York. — Every- 
day ( The ) .—Harvard ( The ) .—In- 
formal meeting. — N. Y. yacht club. — 
Pencil stripe. — Picidilly (The). — 
Snappy double. — Taly-ho. (F 75090- 
75103, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Bell (Lillian M.), Grangeville, 
Idaho. [8445-8447 

Fort Lapwai, Idaho, Gov't Indian 
agency and schools. 

Half moon bridge. 

Tunnel 2 and bridge 19 below. 

(H 125331-125333, Apr. 5, 1909.) 
Benford-Bryan pub. co., Denver, Colo. 

[8448 

Colorado Springs, Colo. Bird's-eye 
view. (F 72127, Jan. 7, 1909; 2 c. 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Benner (Harry M.), Hammondsport, 
N. Y. [8449 

Drome. 4. McCurdy's aeroplane 
Silver Dart. (H 123657, Mar. 5, 
1909.) 

Berry (Mary Anne), New York, N. Y. 

[8450 

Don't be frightened, he whispered. 
(F 72428, Dec. 30, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1909.) 



125 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



8451 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Berwin (L. M.), Chicago, 111. 

[8451-8453 

Billiken. (F 74833, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75031, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75246, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Billiken company, New York, N. Y. 

[8454-8456 
Billiken. (F 74224, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74459, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74628, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Birney (W. Verplank), New York, 
N. Y. [8457, 8458 

Bit of Blarney. (H 123977, Mar. 
15, 1909.) 

My busy day. (H 123969, Mar. 15, 
1909.) 

Bishop (J. Knowles), Baltimore, Md. 

[8459-8462 

Taft (President) 1, 2. (H 124373, 
124375, Mar. 11, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Taft (Mrs. William Howard) 1, 2. 
(H 124372, 124374, Mar. 11, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Bissell (Frances E.), Cambridge, 
Mass. [8463 

Falls at the flume. (H 124480, Mar. 
20, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Boger (Edwin L.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[8464 
Champion Pitland. (H 123602, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Bonawitz (George), New York, N. Y. 

[8465 
Retrospection. (H 124369, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Bonine (Robert Kates), Honolulu, 
Hawaii. [8466 

Honolulu, Hawaii, Public school ex- 
ercises. Lincoln centennial, 1909. (H 
123626, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Book news monthly, Philadelphia, 
Pa. [8467, S46S 

Dutch kermess. (F 74423, Mar. 13, 
1909.) 

Ideal head of Shakespeare. (F 
74424, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Boteler (Frank), Washington, D. C. 

[8469 
Taft (President) on reviewing 
stand. (H 124206, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Botjghton (Alice), New York, N. Y. 

[10 photographs] [8470-8479 

Behold a man full of leprosy. — ■ 

Blind man. — Frontispiece (trip- 



Boughton (Alice) — Continued, 
tych ) . — Magazine cover design. — Man 
which had his hand withered. — One 
that was deaf. — Only son of his 
mother. — Peter's wife's mother. — Thy 
daughter is dead. — Two blind men fol- 
lowed him. (H. 123912-123921, Mar. 
12, 1909.) 

Bowden (Chas.), Muncie, Ind. [8480 
Earlham college. (H 123768, Mar. 
8, 1909.) 

Bowers (S. Alonzo), New York, N. Y. 

[8481, 8482 

Champagne bubble. (H 124904, Mar. 
11, 1909.) 

Ready for the plunge. (H 124901, 
Mar. 11. 1909.) 

Bowman (Chas. H.), Springboro, Pa. 

[8483 
My college girl. (F 74425, Feb. 26, 
1909.*) 

Breton (Harry), Portland, Or eg. 

[8484 
His master's voice. (F 75203, Apr. 
8, 1909.) 

Breuker & Kessler co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [11 chromos] [8485-8495 

Bull dog. — Blonde full length figure. — 
Blonde in rose frame. — Blue sailor 
girl. — Brunette full length figure. — 
Brunette in rose frame. — Cowboy. — 
Cowboy girl. — Daisy flower girl. — Rose 
flower girl. — White sailor girl. (G 
21126, 21129-21138, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Brown (E. J.), Sheldon, Iowa. 

[8496, 8497 

Sheldon, Iowa, Carnegie library. 
(H 125256, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

9th St., 3rd ave. (H 125368, 

Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Bryan post card co., Bryan, Ohio. 

[8498 
Bryan, Ohio, East side court square. 
(H 124306, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Buck (Geo. V.), Washington, D. C. 
[22 photographs] [8499-8520 

Aleshire (Miss Marjorie). — Bank- 
head (Mrs. John H.)— Borah (Mrs. 
W. E.)— Burnham (Henry E.) 1, 2.— 
Foraker (J. B.)— Foster (David J.) — 
Frazier (Miss A. K.) — Milton (Mrs. 
Wm. H.) 1-3.— Owen (Mrs. R. L.) — 
Scott (Mrs. Nathan B.)— 1, 2.— Scott 
<Xatban B.) 1, 2. — Sherman (Mrs. 
Jas. S.) 1, 2.— Taft (President) and 
cabinet.— Taft class of '78. — Wickliffe 
(Robt.) 1, 2. (H 124968-124989, Mar. 
29, 1909.) 



126 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
Los. 13-17, Apr., 1909 



8571 



Bucki.in (Geo. W.), Austin, Minn. 

[8521 
S. M, N. C. commercial class 1909. 
(H 121479, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Buckman (W. H.), Baltimore, Md. 

[8522 
Everything is lovely and Billy pos- 
sum bangs high. (F 74557, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Bubnitol manufacturing co., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. [8523-S526 

Drink that may cause endless mis- 
ery. (F 73028, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

Public cup, the cup that kills. (F 
72122, Jan. 7, 1909.) 

Touch not, taste not, handle not. 
(F 73027, Feb. 6, 1909.) 

We protect them from fire, why not 
from disease? (F 73029, Feb. 6, 
1909.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 5, 1909. 

Burrows bros. co., Cleveland, Ohio. 

[8527 
American peace commission of 1782, 
by Benjamin West. (F 75157, Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Burtt (Samuel A.) Brooklyn, Ns Y. 
[3 prints.] [S52S-S530 

Montauk Point, Long Island. — 
Near Harpers Ferry, Maryland. — Off 
Bar Harbor, Maine. (F 7487S-74S80, 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Butler (Mrs. Harriet Blackstone 
C.) Dorchester, Mass. [8531 

Brooks (Phillips). (F 74991, Apr. 
2, 1909.) 

Calkins-Chocol engraving co., Chi- 
cago, 111. [8532 
Columbian lodge no. 819, A. F. and 
A. M. (F 74704, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Calkins pub. house, San Francisco, 
Cal. [8533 

College daze. (F 74529. Mar. 17, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Cammack (James Orville), Green- 
castle, Ind. [S534, 8535 

Hughes (Bishop Edwin Holt). (H 
124858, Mar. 25, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Three De Pauw presidents. (H 
124857, Mar. 25, 1909; 2c. Mar. 26. 
1909.) 

Campbell (Joseph) co., Camden, N. J. 

[4 chromos] [8536-8539 

Afraid.— Artist (The).— His meal.— 

Marketing. (G 21240-21243, Mar. 30. 

1909.) 



Capitol engraving co., Springfield, 111. 

[8540 
Pair of prize-winners. (F 74965, 
Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Carpenter (Charles T.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [S541 
New York baseball club. 1909. (F 
749S8, Apr. 2, 1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Carpenter (Ford A.), San Diego, Cal. 

[8542 
San Diego waterspout of Mar. 11. 
1909. (H 125335, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Case (W. H.), Juneau, Alaska. 

[8543, 8544 
King salmon going up stream. 1, 2. 
(H 125435, 125436, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. 

[8545-S54S 

Beach girl, 5, 7. (H 125394. 12395. 
Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Elk's verse. (G 21315, Apr. 2. 1909 : 
2 c. Apr. 9, 1909.) 

He took my hunk of coal. (H 123935. 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Century company, New York, N. Y. 

[S549, 8550 

Can't nobody beat me makin' skirts. 
(F 75132, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Why, Mr. Opp, I'm not old enough. 
(F 75133, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Chamber of commerce, New York, 
N. Y. [8551. 8552 

Gallatin (Albert). 

Hamilton (Alexander) from portrait 
in hall of Chamber of commerce ; by 
John Trumbull. 

(F 74682, 74683, Mar. 23, 1909; 1 c. 
of each Mar. 23, 1909 ; 1 c. of each Mar. 
28, 1909.) 

Chamberlain (John N.), Miami, Fla. 

[8553 
Flagler's (H. M.) special, crossing 
viaduct, Long Key, Fla. (H 125504. 
Apr. 8, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1909. ) 

Chaplin (E. L.), West Charleston, Yt. 
[5 photographs] [8554-S55S 

Rattlesnake int., Rumney, N. H. — 
Rumney, N. H. — Scenes around Rum- 
ney, N. H. — Scenes on Baker's river. — 
West Rumney, N. H. (H 1254S8- 
125492, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Chilton printing co., Philadelphia. 
Pa. [8559-8571 

Atlantic City, N. J., 1-3. (F 74594- 
74596, Mar. 19, 1909 : 2 c. of each Mar. 
13, 1909.) 

1-10. (F 75070-75079, Apr. 5. 

1909.) 



127 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



8572 



pt. iv, 11. s.. v. 4' 



Christie (William Munson), La 

Grange, 111. [8572 

Chicago, 111., City hall, foundation 

work, 13371. (H 123923, Mar. 12, 

1909.) 

Clapper (Sadie J.), Waterloo, Iowa. 

[8573 
Dog and puppies. (H 123854, Mar. 
10, 1909.) 

Clark (W. D.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[8574 

Wailing wall of the 20th century. 
(H 123850, Feb. 27, 1909.)* 

Clausen (William), New York, N. Y. 

[8575 

Presidents of the United States. (F 

75012, Apr. 3, 1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Clauser (William H.), Havana, 111. 

[8576 

U. S. and Illinois fish-commission 

boat and hatchery, Havana, 111. (H 

123974, Mar. 15, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 9, 

1909.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. C 
[42 photographs] [8577-8618 

Sannon (H. Panleus).— Taft (Pres- 
ident) and Gov. Hughes.— Taft (Pres- 
ident) and Mr. Carpenter. — Taft (Pres- 
ident and Mrs.) — Taft (President) at 
desk.- — Taft (President), reading. — 
Taft (President), Vice President Sher- 
man, and Mr. Stellwagen. — Wicker- 
sham (George)— Wickersham (Mrs. 
George) (H 123924-123932, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Bailey (R. O.)— Day (Mrs. R. S.) — 
De Laney (M. A.)— Edie (Guy L.') — 
Edwards (Mrs. Clarence) — Fletcher 
(Duncan) — Fletcher (Miss Louise) — 
Fletcher (Miss Nellie) — Garlington 
(Miss Sallie)— Good (J. W.)— Hamer 
(Thomas P.)— Johnson (M. N.) — Len- 
root (M. L.) — MacVeagh (Franklin) — 
Members of the house of rep's tak- 
ing oath of office. — Morgan (R. T.) — 
Taft cabinet. (H 124866-124882, Mar. 
26, 1909.) 

Babcock (E. J.)— Carr (Don M.) — 
Cole (Frank) — Cosby (Spencer) — Cou- 
den (Henrv Noble) — Knox (P. C.) — 
Pedigo (Mr. W. R.)— Prouty (Mrs. 
Chas.)— Smith (E. D.)— Stevens 
(Herbert A.)— Taft golf cabinet— 
Taft (President) playing golf. — Taylor 
(Charles E.)— Tindle (Mrs. J. R.) — 
Valez (Carlo Garcia) — Wilson (Mr. 
Jasper) (H 125591-125806, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 



Colburn (A. R.), Tacoma Park, D. C. 
[8 photographs] [8619-8626 

Battlefield from above ramparts. — 
Ft. Stevens. 1, 2. — Ravine on Rhode's 
division. — Sharpshooters' tree. 1-3.— 
Shepherd's (Gov.) house. (H 125264- 
125271, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Colby (James M.), Wausau, Wis. 

[8627-8630 

Abbottsford, Wis., Abbottsford high 1 
school, assembly room. (H 125126, 
Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Grand Rapids, Wis. 1-3. (H 
124860-124862, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Colby (Vincent V.), Denver, Colo. 

[8631 r 

I can't come out to play. (F 74793, 

Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York,! 
N. Y. [8632-8638 

Camera hunting for Africa's big 
game. 1-3. (F 75063-75065, Apr. 5,; 
1909.) 

1-3. (H 125396-125398, Apr. 6, 

1909.) 

Rposevelt (President) and Presi- 
dent-elect Taft. (H 123856, Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

Con well (L. R.), New York, N. Y. 

[8639-8674 

All hands busy. (G 21148, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Army (The) 1-6. (G 21227-21232,' 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Business demanding close attention. 
(G 21181, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Christmas greetings. (G 21213, 
Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Closing time. (G 21182, Mar. 19, j 
1909.) 

Come on in, the water's fine. (G 
21149, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Found, the right kind of employer. 
(G 21183, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Fun for one, but not for the other. 
(G 21150, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

I am waiting for you. (G 21157, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Little recreation. (G 21184, Mar. 
19, 1909.) 

Looking backward is sometime 
dangerous. (G 21158, Mar. 12, W09.) 

May all Christmas joys be thine.! 
1-5. (G 21214-21218, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Now quit it. (G 21159, Mar. 12 ; 
1909.) 



128 



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me. 115-17, Apr.. 1909 



S721 



Con well (L. R.) — Continued. 

Prize winner. (G 211G0, Mar. 12, 
M09.) 

Solid comfort. (G 21161, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Thanksgiving greeting. 1-6. (G 
21219-21224, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Things are running pretty smoothly. 
i.G 21185, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Time for spring has come. (G 
21162. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Wanted, a chaperon. (G 21163, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Wanted, the right kind of a type- 
writer. (G 21186, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

What do you think of our pictures. 
(G 21164. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Will she make it? (G 21165, Mar. 
12. 1909.) 

Cook (H. P.) Bon Air, Va. [8675 

Storming the redoubt at Yorktown. 
(H 125364, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Coon (John), East Cleveland, Ohio. 

[8676 
Profile (A.). (F 74213, Mar. 5, 
1909: 1 c. Feb. 25, 1909; 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1909. ) 

Cooper (W. A.). New York, N. Y. 

[8677 
Lauder (Harry) (H 124422, Mar. 
20, 1909.) 

Core (E. B.), New York, N. Y. [8678 
Master C. I. (H 124309, Mar. IS, 

1909.) 

Courier company of Buffalo, Buffalo, 

N. Y. [8679-8682 

Broken idol. (G 20876, Feb. 9, 

1909.) 
Buffalo Bill's wild west. (G 21166, 

Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Sign of springtime. (G 20938, Feb. 
15. 1909.) 

Way down in Alabam. (G 20939, 
Feb. 15, 1909.) 

Co wen (Max) New York, N. Y. 

[8683 
Cowen (M.) riding habits. (F 



7, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 16, 



74818. Mar 

1909.) 

Craker (Robert J.), Oakland, Cal. 

[8684 
Her first refusal. (H 123739, Mar. 
8, 1909.) 

Craxdall packing co., Palmyra, N. Y. 

[8685 
I dropped in, thank you for helping 
me out. (F 74207, Mar. 8, 1909.) 



Crane company. 



After the ball. 
1909. ) 

Bachelor (The) 
13, 1909.) 

Boston girl. (F 
1909.) 

Meditation. (F 
1909.) 

New York girl. (F 
1909.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 16, 1909 



AVa^hington, D. C. 
[8686-8690 
(F 74428, Mar. 13, 



(F 74430, Mar. 



74427, Mar. 
74429, Mar. 

4426, Mar. 



13, 
13, 
13, 



Criterion pur. co., Chicago, 111. 

[8691-8695 
Before election and after election. 

iF 742S0, Feb. 15. 1909.)* 
City dry. (F 74279, Feb. 15, 1909.) 
City wet. (F 7427S, Feb. 15, 1909.) 
2 c. of each Feb. 20, 1909.* 
From caterpillar to butterfly. (F 

742S2, Feb. 20, 1909.)* 

Reason pitted against prejudice. (F 

74281, Feb. 20, 1909.)* 

Curtis (Asahel), Seattle. Wash. 

[S696-S705 

large tree in Washington. (H 
124633, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Seattle harbor. Yachting. 1-9. (H 
125286-125294, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[S706-8712 

Boogey man ; bv G. G. AYiederseim. 
(H 124008, 124009, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Easter offering: by Ethel Wright. 
(H 124959, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Kenneth, or Supper : by Ernest Fos- 
bery. 1, 2. (H 124960, 124961, Mar. 
29, 1909.) 

Little Miss Bitter: bv Wm. Y. 
Schevill. 1, 2. (H 124962.124963, Mar. 
29. 1909.) 



Cuthbertson 
Cal. 
Prince Albert 
educated horse. 



(Mrs 



Ida) , Riverside, 

[8713-8724 

Cuthbertson's famous 

350-358, 363-365. (H 



123612-123623. Mar. 3, 
each Mar. 10, 1909.) 



1909; 2 c. of 



Daoud (S.), Washington, D. C. [8725 
Impression of the hand of President 
Taft. (H 124S41, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Davidson (Francis C), Monmouth, 

Oregon. [8726, 8727 

Monmouth, Oregon. 1.2. (H 124933, 
124934, Mar. 29, 1909.) 



129 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



8728 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Davis (Edward H.), Mesa Grande, Cal. 

[8728-8733 
A-mi-hop-soo. 1-6. (H 124590- 
124595, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New York, N. Y. 
[7 photographs.] [8734-8740 

Elsa. — Forget-nie-nots. — Her valen- 
tine. — Ophelia. — Printemps. — Roses. — 
Song of the lark. (H 125323-125329, 
Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Day (Luella), St. Augustine, Fla. 

[8741, 8742 

Silver casque, representing the land- 
ing of Ponce de Leon at St. Augustine, 
Fla. C. (H 123727, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Spring house, Fountain of youth, 
1513. (H 123453, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Denison (H. H.), Barron, Wis. 

[8743-8745 
Almena, Wis. 1, 2. (H 124S52, 

124853, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Freak calf, Barron, Wis. (H 125128, 

Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Denman (A. H.), Tacoma, Wash. 

[8746 
Mt. Tacoma, from Electron. (H 
124924, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Denver Post, Denver, Colo. [8747-8751 
Adventures of the little Post Want- 
ad. (F 74390, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

(F 74566, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

(F 74801, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

(F 7497S, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

(F 75161, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Derrick (T. F.), Thomas, Okla. 

[8752-8758 
Thomas, Okla. 1-7. (H 125131- 
125137, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

DES MoiNEALX (E. J.) & SMITH ( C. 

H.), New York N. Y. [8759 

Lincoln anniversary tablet. (F 

74706, Mar. 24, 1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1909). 

Detroit publishing company, Detroit, 

Mich. [8760-8777 

Adirondack mts., N. Y. 1, 2. (PI 

125369, 125370, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Mischief. (H 123557, Mar. 1, 1909.) 
Portland, Maine, Union station. (H 

125371, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Saranac lake from Baker mt., N. Y. 
(H 125372, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Yellowstone Park, Wyo. 1-13. (H 
125373-125385, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Devlin (Edward J.), Newark, N. J. 

[8778 
Vignette for diploma. (F 74795, 
Mar. 6, 1909.) 



Dewey (Fred E.), South Haven, Mich. 

[8779 
Men we honor. (H 124376, Mar. 19, 
1909. 

Dickinson (Alice Margaret), Mon- 
treat, N. C. [12 photographs] 

[8780-8791 
Brook scene. — Craggies (The). — 
Cragmont sanatorium. — Fording north 
fork of the Swannanoa. — Island in thej 
Swannanoa. — Little falls in the Swan- 
nanoa. — Mountain home.— Mountain 
view. — Our narrow valley. — Seven sis- J 
ters. — Train approaching Black moun- 
tain. — View from Woodland heights. 
(H 11S690-118701, Nov. 20, 1908; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Dickson (Chaplain [Thomas J.]), 
U. S. A., Fort Sam Houston, Tex.l 
[17 photographs] [8792-8808 

Artillery drill, Leon Springs. — Be- 
hind stone wall, Leon Springs. — Cov- 
ering approaches with machine guns. 
Firing salute, lower post. — Forward, 
trot, gallop, charge. — Full dress 
guardmount. — Here they come. — In- 
fantry band, dress uniform. — Machine 
gun inspection, dress uniform. — Ma- 
chine gun mule, dressed fit to kill.— 
Machine gun mule, service uniform. — 
Ready for action, Leon Springs. — Re- 
cruits learning to cook. — Regimental 
parade, service uniform. — Rifle prac- 
tice, Leon Springs. — Squadron inspec- 
tion, service uniform. — Taft (Presi- 
dent) reviewing troops. (H 124616- 
124632, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Dittmer (Adolph), Orange, Cal. 

[8809, 8810J 

Arch beach. (H 125057, Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

Rough landing. (H 125U58, Mar. 
30, 1909.) 
Dodd, Mead & co., New York, N. Y. 

[8811-8814 

Girl joined him on the veranda. 

Not once did he look back. 

Sophia Farrell. 

Woman was very sweet and beauti- 
ful. 

(F 74918-74921, Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Mar. 22, 1909.) 
Doncourt (Howard), New York, 
N. Y. [8815 

Roosevelt on his porch at Oyster 

Bay. (H 124054, Mar. 16, 1909; 1 c. 

Mar. 6, 1909. 1 c. Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Dornbush (Henry G.), Kalamazoo, 

Mich. [S816> 

Burdick arcade. (H 124509, Mar. 
22, 1909.) 



130 



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nos. 13-17, Apr.. 1909 



9074 



Dowxs (F. M.), Lincoln, Nebr. [8817 
Lincoln, Nebr., engine house no. 1. 
(H 123529, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Drake (Harry), London, England. 

[8818, 8819 

Tramp steamer ; by Frank H. Mason. 
(F 74421. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Widgeons pitching ; by Frank South- 
gate. (F 74422, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Drucker & co., New York, N. Y. 

[8820-8841 

Aero club of America. Hotel St. 
Regis. (H 124679, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

American institute of electrical 
engineers, anniversary dinner. (H 
1242S7, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Banquet in honor of Win. H. Taft, 
tendered bv Yale graduates. (H 
124678, Mar." 25, 1909.) 

Dinner to Dean John Howard Van 
Amringe. (H 125431, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Indiana society dinner. (H 124559, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Peace society dinner, 1, 2. (H 
123541, 123542, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Plainfield board of trade, Plainfield, 
N. J. (H 124288, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Tableau. 741A-741N. (H 125210- 
125223, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Dumback (John A.), Independence 

Wis. [8842-8844 

Independence, Wis., Sts. Peter's and 

Paul's Polish Catholic church, A-C. 

(H 123986-123988. Mar. 15, 1909.) 



Dupoxt (Aime), 



New York, N. Y. 

[8S45-9074 
(H 124141- 



Abott (Bessie), 1-7. 
124147, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Alda (Frances), 1-6. (H 124124- 
124129, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Amato (Pasquale), 1-4. (H 124173- 
124176, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

-1-3. (H 125466-125468, Apr. 7, 

1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Anthers (George), 1-A. (H 125192- 
125195, Apr. 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
2, 1909.) 

Calve (Emma), 1-6. (H 124062- 
124067, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Ciaperelli (Gina), 1-3. (H 124057- 
124059, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

de Moss (Mrs. M. Hissem-). (H 
124193, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Destinn (Emmy), 1-3. (H 124079- 
1240S1, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

4. (H 124649, Mar. 24, 1909; 

2 c. Mar. 16, 1909.) 



Dtjpont (Aime) — Continued. 

Destinn (Emmy) l^L. (H 125196- 
125199, Apr. 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
2, 1909.) 

Didur (Adamo) 1-3. (H 125159- 
125161, Apr. 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
2, 1909.) 

Eames (Emma) 1-26. (H 125437- 
125462, Apr. 7, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
8, 1909.) 

Farrar (Geraldine) 1-5. (H 
124177-124181, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

6-8. (H 124182-124184, Mar. 

16, 1909.) 

9-16. (H 124185-124192, Mar. 

16, 1909.) 

Feinhals (Fritz) 1-8. (H 124071- 
124078, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Flahaut (Marianne) 1~A. (H 
125188-125191, Apr. 1, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 2, 1909.) 

5, 6. (H 125353, 125354, Apr. 

5, 1909.) 

Fornia (Rita) 1-5. (H 124136- 
124140, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

1-8. (H 125169-125176, Apr. 1, 

1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Garden (Mary) 1-8. (H 124099- 
124106, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Gatti-Casazza (Guilio) 1-5. (H 
124091-124095, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Gay (Maria) 1-10. (H 124111- 
124120, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

11-13. (H 124121-124123, Mar. 

16, 1909.) 

Hageman 
Apr. 1, 1909 

Hinckley 



(Richard) (H 125162, 
2 c. Apr. 2, 1909.) 
(Allen C.) 1-9. (H 
124082-124090, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Jorn (Carl) (H 125363, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

1-6. (H 125163-125168, Apr. 1, 

1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Kaschowska (Felice) 1-7. 
125177-125183, Apr. 1, 1909; 2 
each Apr. 2, 1909.) 

8, 9. (H 125351, 125352 

5, 1909.) 

L'Huillier (Isabel) 1-^t. 
124161-124164, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Lussan (Zelie de) 1. (H 124168, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Mahler (Gustav) 1-3 
124098, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Martin (Riccardo) 



(H 

c. of 

Apr. 
(H 



(H 124096- 



1-3. 



(H 



125463-125465, Apr. 7, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Morena (Berta) 1-6. (H 124130- 
124135, Mar. 16, 1909.) 



131 



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1)075 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Dupont ( Aime ) — Continued. 

Mulford (Florence) 1, 2. (H 
124069, 124070, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Nordica (Lillian) 1. (H 124056, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Note (Jean) 1-4. (H 124107- 
124110, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Pasquale (Bernice di) 1-8. (LI 
125355-125362, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Ranzenberg (Mary) 1-3. (H 
124165-124167, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Rappold (Marie), 1. (H 124068, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Rider-Kelsey (Corinne), 1, 2. (H 
124060, 124061, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Schmnann-Heink (Ernestine), 1-7. 
(H 124148-124154, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

8-13. (H 124155-124160, Mar. 

16, 1909.) 

Sparks (Leonora) 1-4 (H 1251S4- 
125187, Apr. 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
2, 1909.) 

VanNiessen-Stone( Matja) 1-6. (H 
124194-124199, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Witherspoon (Herbert) 1-4. (H 
124169-124172, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Earle-Harrison studio, Knoxville. 
Tenn. [9075 

Satisfied. (H 125101, Mar. 31, 1909.) 
Eton (M.), Chicago, 111. [9076-9081 

Standard motor college. 1-6. (F 
73824-73829, Feb. 25, 1909.*) 

Edison mfg. co.. Orange, N. J. 

[9082-9159 

Bird in a gilded cage. 1-6. (H 
123769-123774, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Canadian winter carnival. 1-6. (H 
124046-124051, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Colored stenographer. 1-5. (H 
123788-123792, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Cry from the wilderness. 1-4. (H 
1245S3-124586, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Cup of tea and she. 1-4. (H 125513- 
125516, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Father's first half holidav. 1-3. 
(H 125278-125280, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Hard to beat. 1-5. (H 124847- 
124851, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

In the days of witchcraft. 1, 2, 4, 5. 
(H 125508, 125509, 125511, 125512, Apr. 
8, 1909.) 

Interrupted joy ride. 1-3. (H 
125517-125519. Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Love is blind. 1-3. (H 123887- 
123889, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Mary Jane's lovers. 1, 2. (H 
123793, 123794. Mar. 9, 1909.) 



Edison mfg. co. — Continued. 

Midnight supper. 1-6. (H 123881- 
123886, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Oh rats! 1-4. (H 124843-124846, 
Mar. 25, 1909.) 

On the western frontier. 1-5. (H 
125281-125285, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Other fellow. 1-3. (H 125505- 
125507, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Star of Bethlehem. 1-8. (H 124312- 
124319, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Strolling players. 1-5. (H 124414- 
124418, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Unappreciated genius. 1, 2. (H 
125276, 125277, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Edwards (Roy C), Moran, Kans. 

[9160-9163 
Freak lamb. a-d. (H 124331- 
124334, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Egan (M. B.), Summerville, S. C. 

[9164, 9165 
Summerville, S. C. 1, 2. (F 74757, 
74758, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Eggman (J. I.), Shamokawa, Wash. 

[9166, 9167 

Shamokawa island. ( H 123751, Mar. 
8, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Shamokawa, Wash., zero weather. 
(H 123750, Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

Eickemeyer (Rudolph), Yonkers, X. 
Y. [9168, 9169 

Autumn fields, (H 123741, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

Davs work done. (H 123742, Mar. 
S, 1909.) 

Eismann (Theodor), New York, X. Y. 
[41 photographs] [9170-9210 

Oracle serie. 1-3. (H 123890- 
123S92, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

4-18. (H 124481-124495, Mar. 

22, 1909.) 

After the ball. — Between you, I and 
the lamp post. — Can we risk it at ^25 
per? — Don't butt in. — Don't throw any 
bouquets. — Friend in need. — Here is 
looking at you. — How to prevent wifie 
from cooking. — I am having a Childs 
lunch. — I am trying to meet you. — I 
dye to see you. — -I have a good strong- 
hold.— I just found some time. — I just 
missed the train. — Open hint. — Quite 
the same. — Ready to accommodate. — 
Similarity. — Star of the evening gently 
guide me. — We are behind time. — We 
are dying to meet you. — We bring out 
a new line. — Why all men stared. (H 
J 25077-125099, Mar. 31, 1909.) 



132 



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nos. 13-17. Apr., 1909 



9251 



Elson, (A. W.) & co., Boston, Mass. 

[9211 
Little Rose: by Whistler. (F 74384, 
Mar. 11, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Evening bulletin, Philadelphia. Pa. 

[9212 
If you have vacant places, etc. (G 
21316, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Executive committee of the Portola 
festival, San Francisco, Cal. 

[9213 
Portola festival. (G 21113, Mar. 5, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Fairbanks bros., Austin, Minn. 

[9214, 9215 
Mclntyre Post G. A. R. 1, 2. (H 
125124, 125125, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Fairchild pub. co.. New York, N. Y. 

[9216 
Gentleman's journal. (F 75050, 
Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Felsenthal (Gabe). Chicago, 111. 

[9217 
Dancing girl. (F 74856, Mar. 29. 
1909.) 

Field (Charles Arthur Birch-), 
New York, N. Y. [9218, 9219 

Going down. (H 124902, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Lobster bait. (H 124903, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Fishbaugh (W. A.), Empire. C. Z. 
[10 photographs] [9220-9229 

Canal crossing the Chagres river. — 
Canal from Pedro Miguel. — Canal 
route from Pedro Miguel. — Culebra 
and the canal. — Culebra and Empire. — 
Culebra cut. — Gatun, work on great 
dam.— I. C. C. Hotel Tivoli.— Mon- 
tana (U. S. cruisers) and North Caro- 
lina in Colon harbor. — Taboga Island. 
(H 124211-124220, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Fleming (Tom), Hilton, N. J. 

[9230-9232 

March forth. (F 73982, Mar. 2, 
1909.) 

Revising the rules. (F 74431, Mar. 
13, 1909 ; 1 c. Mar. 5, 1909 ; 1 c. Mar. 
13, 1909.) 

Teddy's high mark. (F 73983, Mar. 
2, 1909. 

Ford (George M.L Bluefield. W. Va. 

[9233 
Beaver high school. (F 72579, 
Jan. 19, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1909.) 

1 



Foreman (James Ellsworth), Chi- 
cago, 111. [9234 
Lincoln (Abraham), statue, in Lin- 
coln park, Chicago; by Augustus St. 
Gaudens. (H 124386, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Fox (Charles Henry), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [9235 

Crepe spray. (H 124928, Mar. 27, 
1909.) 

Fox (F. S. & M. Y.), Chicago, 111. 

[9236, 9237 
Klauber (Ruth) (H 124547, Mar. 
22, 1909.) 

Sercombe (Parker H.) (H 124301, 
Mar. 17, 1909. 

Frank (Ivan) & co.. New York. N. Y. 

[9238 
Boys with squirrels. (F 75081, 
Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Frazier (Edward James), Thompson, 
Mont. [9239-9244 

Log jam, H miles east of Thomp- 
son. Mont. (H 124446, Mar. 20, 
1909.) 

Paradise, Mont. 1-5. (H 124447- 
124451, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Feey (Hannah E.), Baltimore. Md. 

[9245 
First place of meeting 1787. (F 
74613. Mar. 20. 1909: 2 c. Feb. 27, 
1909.) 

Friedman (Harry), Port Richmond, 

N. Y. [9246 

Lady looking out from parted por- 

tiers and cupid. (F 7455S, Mar. 18, 

1909.) 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, England. [9247 
Carmen; by M. Carmack. (F 74813, 
Mar. 27, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Garraway photo, art co., New York, 
N. Y. [9248 

McWatters (Arthur) and Grace 
Tyson. (H 123706, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Gifford (Franklin L.), Woods Hole, 
Mass. [9249 

Woods Hole in 1850. (H 124413, 
Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Gilbert (C. Allan). New York, N. Y. 

[9250 
My southern Rose. (H 123971, Mar. 
15, .1909.) 

Gloege (E. H.), Monroe, Wis. [9251 
Monroe business institute, 1909. (H 
125122, Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 1, 
1909.) 

33 



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9252 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Goepfert (G. Edw.), Rawliide, Nev. 

[9252 

Desert (The) (H 125404, Apr. 7, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Goldensky (Elias), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[9253 

Witmer (Dr. L.) (H 125258, Apr. 3, 
1909.) 

Goodwin (Grace Duffield), Paw- 
tucket, R. I. (9254-9256 

Duffield (Rev. George), D. D. (H 
123895, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Staud up, stand up for Jesus. Auto- 
graph copy. Pages 1, 2. (H 123893, 
123894, Mar. 12, 1909. ) 

Gray lithograph company, New York. 
N. Y. [9257-926S 

Going to a New York city fire. (G 
21210, Mar. 25, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1909.) 

Grace. ( G 21125, Mar. 6, 1909 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Hallowe'en. 1-6. (G 21151-21156, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

See that spot. (H 123852, Mar. 3, 
1909.) 

Something sweet. (G 21211, Mar. 
25, 1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Tired out. ( G 21233, Mar. 29, 1909. ) 

Too much Fourth. (G 21314, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Greene (John J.), Lawrence, Mass. 

[9269 
Curfew will not ring tonight. (FI 
124669, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Groty (Sylvester E.), Delphas, Ohio. 

[9270-9271 
St. John's Roman Catholic church. 
1, 2. (H 124012, 124013, Mar. 15, 
1909.) 

Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[9272-9275 

Both, But isn't she a fright. (F 
74659, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Forgetting their troubles. ( F 75137, 
Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Typewriter supplies. (F 74662, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Well, there's nothing for me to do 
but get married. (F 74660, Mar. 22, 
1909.) 



Gut (Karl), New York, N. Y. [9276 
Billy possum. (H 123607, Mar. 3, 
1909.) 



Hackney & Moale co., Asheville, N. C. 

[9277-9282 

Checkats bluff, Long John moun- 
tain. (H 124504, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Connemara, Flat Rock, N. C. (H 
124505, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Hendersonville, N. C, Laurel park, 
basin spring. (H 124502, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Indian cave, at Indian Cave park. 
(H 124506, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Lover's leap at Jump Off mountain. 
(H 124503, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Mount Hebron tower. (FI 124507. 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 23, 1909. 

Haeseler photographic studios, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. [9283-9285 
Mitchell (Dr. S. Weir) 1-3. (FI 
124964-124966, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Hagelstein bros., New York, N. Y. 

[9286-9289 

Dorothy. (F 75052, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Garden (Mary) as Thais. (F 
75051, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Sharp (Mrs.) and children. F 
75053, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Spotswood (Mrs.) (F 75054, Mar. 
29, 1909.) 

Hagemeister (H.) co., New York, 

N. Y. [9290 

New York, N. Y., Hudson scene and 

new tube, McAdoo tunnel. (H 123880, 

Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[9291-9323 

Augusta, Ga. 1, 2. (H 123966, 
123967, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Charleston, S. C. 1-12. (H 124635- 
124646, Mar. 23, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Jacksonville, Fla. 1-4. (H 123936- 
123939, Mar. 12, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

St. Augustine, Fla., Flotels Cordova 
and Alcaza. (H 123940, Mar. 12, 1909 : 
2 c. Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Savannah, Ga. 1-S. (H 124320- 
124327, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Tampa. Fla. 1-6. (FI 123960- 
123965, Mar. 13, 1909.) 



Hajos (Albin), Chattanooga, Tenn. 

[9324-9330 
Chattanooga, Tenn. 1-7. (H 124039- 
124045, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

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uos. 13-17, Apr.. 1909 



9395 



Hales (Geo. W.), Philadelphia. Pa. 

[9331 
Crossed eyes straightened by glasses. 
(F 74630, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Hall (G. A.), Clifton Station, Va. 
[7 photographs] [9332-9338 

Battle scarred tree on the Henry 
farm. — Bull Run. stone bridge. — Cen- 
terville, Va. 1-3.— Mitchell's Ford, 
bridge. — Union Mills. (H 
124554, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Hall (Geo. P.) & son, New York, N. Y. 

[9339-9344 

Brooklyn bridge, curve at Brooklyn 
terminal. 6103. (H 124522, Mar. 22, 
1909.) 

Manhattan bridge. 6104. (H 124523. 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y. 1-4. (H 124955- 
124958. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Hall (W. Lovering), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[9345 
Twenty-one guns for Col. Roosevelt 
out the Narrows. (H 124935, Mar. 29, 
1909.) 

Halvebson (L. H.), Blackduck, Minn. 

[9346-9349 
Banner load, Pine Island. Minn. 
1909. 1, 2, 3, C 96. (H 124409- 
124412, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Habdman, Peck co., New York. N. Y. 

[9350, 9351 
Zenatello (Giovanni) 1680-1. 1680-2. 
(H 124557, 124558, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Haee (Mes. Alice), Santa Clara, Cal. 
[9352, 9353 

On the crest of the hill. (H 123985, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Santa Clara, street scene. (H 
123984, Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Habpee & BEOS.. New York, N. Y. 

[9354-9359 

Belarius: Hail, thou fair heaven; 
by Edwin A. Abbey, R. A. (F 73821, 
Feb. 25, 1909.) 

Iachimo steals from the trunk; by 
Edwin Abbey, R. A. (F 73820, Feb. 



Haepeb & bbos. — Continued. 

King Henry : O God of battles ! steel 
my soldiers' hearts. (F 74717, Mar. 
24, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 7, 1909. 

i Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 

[9360, 9361 
St. Augustine, Fla., Fort Marion. 
124548- I court (H 125123 > Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Zoravda club. (H 124423, Mar. 

20. 1909.) 



Harris & Ewing, Washington, D. C< 
[23 photographs.] [9362-9384 

Ex-President's departure. — Inaugu- 
ration of President Taft. — Roosevelt 
andTaft. — Taft (President and Mrs.) — 
Troop A. (H 123730-123733, Mar. 6, 
1909 ; H 123734, Mar. 6, 1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 
9, 1909.) 

Brewer (D. J.)— Coromilas (L. A.) — 
Currier (F. D.)— Fitzgerald (J. J.) — 
Gude ( Ore ) . — Harlan ( Justice) . — 
McKenna (J.)— Mann (J. R.) — 
[Mayor] des Planches (Edmundo). — 
Meyer ( George von L. ) — Moody 
(W. H.)— Payne (Sereno E.)— Peck- 
ham (R. W.) — Pina (Ramon). — Root 
( Elihu ) . — Takahira ( K. ) — Wilson 
( James) .— Wu Ting Fang. (H 124565- 
124582, Mar. 22. 1909.) 

Hart (Letitia B.), New York. N. Y. 

[9385 
Old fashioned garden. (H 123976, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Hart, Schaffnee & Maex. Chicago, I1L 

[9386, 9387 
Ball game. (F 75158, Apr. 8, 1909.) 
Decoration day. (F 75159. Apr. & 

1909.) 

Haetwell (Sidney R.), Milwaukee, 
Wis. [938S 

Oshkosh. chief of Menominie In- 
dians. (H 124305, Mar. IS, 1909.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas Citv. Mo. 

[9389-9395 
Ash Fork, Ariz. 10953, 10965. (F 



25, 1909.) 

Imogen: Ho! who's here; bv Edwin j 74234 > 74235 > Mar " 8 ' 1909 -) 
A. Abbey, R. A. (F 73822, Feb. 25 
1909.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 12, 1909. 



Katherine and Alice, the lesson in 
English. (F 74716, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

King Henry : I pray thee, bear my 
former answer back. (F 74718. Mar. 
24, 1909.) 



Grand canyon of Arizona. Hotel El 
Tovar. 8797. (F 74233, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 



Muir (John) and John Burroughs, 
1, 2. (H 124647, 124648, Mar. 19, 
1909.) 

Santo Domingo. N. Mex. 12961, 
12962. (F 74236. 74237, Mar. 8, 1909.) 



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9396 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



Hatches pub. oo. 
photographs] 



Macon. Ga. [29 
[9396-9424 

Across country. — Cup of tea. — De- 
parting day. — Evelyn. — Fine chance.— 
Jonquils. — Miniature. — Over the hill. — 
Pink bow. — Social call. — String of 
pearls. (H 124290-124300, Mar. IT, 
1909.) 

Aleen. — B lackeyed Susan. — Bo 
Peep. — Charm of the Orient. — Coming 
through the rye. — Coquette (The).— 
Daisies. — Dorothy. — Eastern maid. — 
Fanchou. — Flower girl. — Green vase. — 
lone. — Love song. — Marjorie. — Opera 
girl. — St. Cecilia. — Shepherdess (The). 
(H 125563-125580, Apr. 10, 1909.) 



Hatton (William 
Conn. 
Lucky poste card. 
13, 1909.) 



H.), Hartford, 

[9425 

(H 124588, Mar. 



Hershey (Mary Elizabeth), New 
York, N. Y. [9426-9429 

[Easter cards] 1-1. (F 74196- 
74199, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Hillis (Y. S.) co.. San Jose, Cal. 

[9430, 9431 

Another Dam relation. (F 75125, 
Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Evolution of the stork. (F 75123, 
Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Hiscock (F. J.), Codv. Wyo. 

[9432-9434 

Cody (Col. W. F.) and party at 
Frost's cave. 

On Cody route to Yellowstone park. 
86, 87. 

(H 124036-124038, Mar. 15, 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Hispanic society of America. New 

York, N. Y. [9435-9487 

[52 photographs, titles in two alphabets.] 

A St. Cloud; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Anachorete (L.) ; by Ignacio 
Zuloagy. 

Attente (L') ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Bourdin (Madame), portrait; by 
Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Brcval (Mile Lucienne), portrait, 
dans Carmen ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Buffalo le chanteur montmartrois ; 
by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Candida serieuse ; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Chateau de Tureyano, by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 



en 



by 



Hispanic society or America — Cont'd. 

Famille (La) portrait, d' uu 
toreador gitan ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Femmes au balcon. I, II, by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Gregorio (Le nain) : by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Juge de village ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Ma cousine Candida : by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Ma cousine Esperanza. I, II ; by 
Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Mendiant espagnol ; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Mercedes; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Morineau (Marthe), portrait, 
Espagnole : by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Paulette en costume de ville; 
Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Paulette en danseuse ; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Pelerin ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

'Penitents' (Les) de 1' Ecole du 
Christ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Pepillo. le matador; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Sepiilveda ; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Soler (L'actrice Pilar) ; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Sorcieres (Les) de San Millan; by 
Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Toreadors de village; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Vendangeurs revenant le soir; by 
Ignacio Zuloaga. 

Yieilles maisons a Haro; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Yieux (Le) marcheur: by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Virgen ( La ) de la Peiia ; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Zambilli (L'acteur) ; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

(H 124335-124367, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Acebal (Seiior D. Francisco) ; by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Alba (El Duque de) ; by Joaquin 
Sorolla y Bastida. 

Alva (The Duke of) ; by Antonio 
Moro. 

Bernete (Seiior D. Aureliano de) ; 
by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Cossio (Seiior I). Manuel B.) : by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Decret (Dr.) ; by Joaquin Sorolla y 
Bastida. 



136 



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nos. 13-17, Apr.. 1909 



9524 



Hispanic society of America — Cont'd. 

F. (Mr.), portrait of; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

F. (Mi*s.), portrait of; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

F. (Mr.), jr., portrait of; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

F. (Mrs.), jr., portrait of; by Ignacio 
Zuloaga. 

Ibanez (Senor D. Vincente Blasco) : 
by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Madrazo (Senor D. Raimundo de) ; 
by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Menendez y Pelayo (Senor I). Marce- 
lino) ; by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Pepilla. la gitana : by Ignacio Zulo- 
aga. 

Pidal y Mon (Senor I). Alejandro) ; 
by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Urquijo (El Marques de) : by Joa- 
quin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Vega-Ynclan (El Marques de la) : by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Viana ( The Marquis de), grandee of 
Spain ; by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Villa gonzalo (El Conde de) ; by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

(H 125405-125423, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Zuloaga (Ignacio). (F 74854, Mar. 
29.1909.) 

Hodson ( Bubton ) . Sacramento, Cal. 

[9488 

California state legislature, assembly 

chamber. 38th session, 1909. (H 

123oo8. Mar. 1. 1909: 2 c. Feb. 13, 

1909.) 

Hofmeister ( Geo. F.), Carrick, Pa. 

[9489, 9490 

Carnation lass. (H 124329. Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

Flower girl. (H 124328. Mar. 8. 
1909.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 19, 1909. 
Holbrook (Geo. F.). Philadelphia. Pa. 
[4 chromos] [9491-9494 

Now I lay me down to sleep. — I pray 
the Lord my soul to keep. — 4f I should 
die before I wake. — I pray the Lord 
my soul to take. Amen. (G 21276- 
21279, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Holsinger (R. W.), Charlottesville, 
Va. [9495 

Charlottesville monument. (H 
124476. Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Hopf bros. co., Seattle, Wash. [9496 
Alaska dog team. (H 123855. Mar. 
10. 1909.) 



EiopsoN (Seymour James), Bedford, 

Iowa. [9497 

Bedford national bank. (H 124938, 
Mar. 29. 190!).) 

Horswill (A. J.), Watertown, S. Dak. 

[9498-9505 
Lake Kampeska. 1-8. (H 122693- 
122700. Feb. s. 1909: 2 c. of each Mar. 
8. 1909.) 

Hoiser ( S. I'.). Rutherford, X. C. 

[9506 
Rutherford, N. C, Rutherford county 
court house. (F 72015, Dec. 23, 1908; 
2 c. Feb. 18, 1909.*) 



Howe (John Dicks) 
Cal. 



San Francisco. 
[9507 

Down on the old plantation. (H 
124842, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Howell (Jennie C), Oxford, N. J. 

[9508, 9509 
Oxford, N. J., old Shippen manor, 
built 1742. 

Ruin of old Oxford furnace, built 
by Wm, Shippen, 1742. 

(H 124951, 124952, Mar. 29, 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Howes (William F.), Somerville, 
Mass. [9510 

Chelsea fire, from Powderhorn hill. 
(H 125386, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Humes (Grant W.), Elivah, Wash. 

[9511-9513 

Elk in the Olympic national park. 

1-3. (H 124207-124209, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Hunt (Woodbury E.) co., Concord, 
X. H. [9514-9518 

Brown-eyed Sousan; by Ruth H. 
Hanmierslough (R. Ford Harper, 
pseud.) (H 123975, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Contrition; by Xetta M. Filer. (H 
123972, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Frisco; by Carl Kahler. (H 124496*, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Little Red Riding Hood; by Charles 
C. Curran. (H 123978, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

My lady love; by Xetta M. Filer. 
(H 123970. Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Icy-hot bottle co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[9519 
Opposite elements. F 74403, Mar. 
3, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1909.) 
Ingersoll (T. W.). St. Paul. Minn. 

[9520-9524 

[St. Paul, Minn.] Minnesota capitol. 

24525, 24527-24529. (H 124027, 124029- 

124031, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Town and country club. 24537. (H 

124032, Mar. 15, 1909.) 



137 



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9525 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



International autograph co., New 
York, N. Y. [9525, 9526 

Autographs of prominent labor lead- 
ers. (F 74355, Feb. 26, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 
9, 1909.*) 

Autographs of prominent statesmen. 
(F 74356, Feb. 26, 1909.*) 

Isham (Mrs. Emma), Waterville, 
Ohio. [9527 

From factory to consumer. (H 
123949, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Jack (Clarence), Tulsa, Okla. 

[9528-9534 

Sapulpa, Okla. 1-3. (H 125401- 
125403, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Sapulna refining co. 1-3. (H 123752- 
123754, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Tulsa, Okla. (H 123755, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

Jackson (H. R.), Littleton, Colo. 

[9535-9540 

Kansas (U. S. S.) in heavy weather. 
1-6. (H 125478-125483, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Johnson (James H.), Bradford, N. H. 

[9541 

Bradford. N. EL, Todd pond. (H 
125209, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Jones (Ella F.), Chicago, 111. [9542 
Elizabeth. ( II 125201, Apr. 2, 1909. ) 

Judge co.. New York, N. Y. 

[9543-9550 

And this is whv I've not seen my 
old friend Fritz. " (F 75088, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Gee ! But it must be great to be 
poor. (F 74687, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Go on! I'm with you. (F 74300, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Her buoy. (F 75087, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

I wonder if I'd write him a letter if 
he'd send me a baby brother. (F 
74301, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Large families is such a trouble. 
(F 74686, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Leslie's weekly, cover design. Mar. 
25, 1909. (F 75134, Apr. 6, 1909. 2 c. 
Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Say when. ( F 74762, Mar. 25, 1909.) 



Kapp (Martin), Denver, Colo. [9551 
Famous hatchets. ( F 74110, Mar. 6, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Keller (Arthur I.), New York, N. Y. 

[9552 
Wedding in old Clovelly. (H 123979, 
Mar. 15. 1909.) 



Kelley (E. W.) Chicago, 111. 

[9553-9577 

Chicago. 111. 8855, 8856, 8858. (H 
124231-124233, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Inaugural crowd from Capitol 
toward Congressional library, Wash- 
ington, D. C, Mar. 4, 1909. (H 
124237, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Inaugural parade, Washington, D. 

C, Mar. 4, 1909. 8879-8896. (H 
124238-124255, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Mitchell, S. Dak., Great corn pal- 
ace. 8875. (H 124234, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Shivering multitude, Inauguration, 
Washington, Mar. 4, 1909. (H 124236, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Taft (President) bowing to the mul- 
titude, U. S. Capitol, Washington, 

D. C, Mar. 4, 1909. 8876. (H 124235, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Keyes (Delbert C), South Ware- 
ham, Mass. [9578 
Wareham, Mass., New high school 
building. (F 74312, Mar. 10, 1909; 
2 c. Feb. 27, 1909.) 

Kilbourne (Elmore), Portland, Me. 

[9579 
Coast artillery corps, U. S. A. (F 
74S55, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, N. H. 

[9580-9609 

Going to the land of opportunity. 
17325. (H 125224, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Hundreds of Italian earthquake 
refugees. 17326. (H 125225, Apr. 2, 
1909. 

Messina, Italv, great earthquake 
disaster. 17297-17324. (H 125226- 
125253, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Killeen (James W.), Salt Lake City, 
Utah. [9610 

Eternal [question]. (G 21009, Feb. 
8, 1908; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 



Kimball & son, 



Concord, 
Battle. 



N. H. 
[9611. 9612 
(H 124922, 



Bob. son of 
Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Robin. (H 124923, Mar. 27, 1909.) 



Klump (Charles Michael), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. [9613-9618 

I always liked a Mason. (F 74524, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

I always liked a Pythian. (F 74528, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

I always liked a Red Man. (F 74525, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

138 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AM) PRINTS, ETC. 
uos. 13-17. Apr., 1909 



978.") 



Klump (Charles Michael) — Cont'd. 

I always liked an Elk. (F 74523, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

I always liked an Odd Fellow. (F 

74526, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

1 alwavs liked the G. A. R. (F 

74527, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 23, 1909. 
Kxaitl & bro., Knoxville, Tenn. [5 



Laurence 
Kans. 



( Daniel ) 



photographs.] [9619-9623 , 

. _ ^ , A ^ . . , . Leary, Plourd & Bridgett 

Annette. — Celeste. — Finishing j 

touches. — St. Cecelia. — Violet glow. 

(H 125426-125430. Apr. 7, 1909.) 



Northbrand, 
[9651 

Spinning wool the old way. (F 
74297, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Lazarnick (N.), New York, N. Y. 

[9652 
Banquet at Waldorf-Astoria of the 
Optimist club of America. (H 125425, 
Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Boston, 

Mass. [9653 

Roman Catholic popes. 16 by 21. 



! (F 74432, Mar. 2, 1909.) 
Knipe (E. Benson), New York. N. Y. T ,_ _, . _ „ ^ ^ r 

[9624. 9625 I Leavitt ( e - M.), Rutland, Mass. 
Adversity. (H 124370, Mar. 11, 









1909.) 

Prosperity. (H 124371, Mar. 11, 
1909. ) 

Knoedles (E. L.). New York. N. Y. 

[9626-9628 

Here's a health unto his majesty; 
by W. Dendy Sadler. (F 74522, Mar. 
17, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Portrait of a lady; by Nattier. (F 
75042, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Princess Mary: by Van Dyck. (F 
75041, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Knoedler (M.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[9629 
Miss Papendiek; by John Hoppner, 
R. A. (F 74848, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Knowles (Ray), Rossyille, Ga. [9630 
Ft. Oglethorpe. (H 124900, Mar. 27, 
1909.) 

Kolb bros., Grand Canyon, Ariz. [9631 
Jacob's ladder. (H 125259, Apr. 3, 
1909.) 

Kbaemer art co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[9632 
Kentucky's fame. (H 124856, Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

Lambin (Geo. M.) & co., Chicago, 111. 

[9633 
Path to the spring. (F 72631, Jan. 
22, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Lambin- Wenigman co., Chicago, 111. 
[17 prints] [9634-9650 

Cabin (The). — Going home. — Little 
cottage.— Old well.— Seeker (The).— 
Warm bird. (F 73743-73748, Feb. 23, 
1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Apple blossoms. — Autumn (The). — 
Best wishes, 48, 49. — Birthday greet- 
ings. — Nasturtiums. — Roses. — Spring 
girl. — Summer girl. — Tulips. — Winter 
girl. (F 74086-74096, Mar. 5. 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 19, 1909.) 



[9654, 9655 
Rutland, Mass., Massachusetts State 
sanatorium, 1370, 1371. (H 125524, 
125525, Apr. 7, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Feb. 
17, 1909.) 

Leeds (Augusta Glose), Chicago, 111. 

[9656-9664 
Leeds (Augusta Glose) Root photos 
5-13. (H 124377-124385, Mar. 19, 
1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Lester book and stationery co., At- 
lanta, Ga. [9665, 9666 
Gopher and possum series 6, 7. (F 
74069, 74070, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Lewis (Samuel W.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[9667, 9668 

East (The), old Masonic lodge 
room, Brooklyn, N. Y. (H 124940, 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

West (The), showing the organ, old 
Masonic lodge room, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
(H 124939, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Lidgerwood mfg. co., Chicago, 111. 

[9669-9717 

Lidgerwood-Crawford scraper bucket 

excayator, etc., 1-17, 19^tS. (F 74140- 

74156, 74158-74187, Mar. 6, 1909.) 
Page scraper bucket 18, 49. (F 

74157, 74188, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Linkletter (L. G. ) , Seattle, Wash. 

[9718-9780 

[Mount] Rainier national park. 1- 

63. (H 124990-125052, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Lister (W. H.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[9781 
Nayy girl. (F 74709, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Lounsbury (Fred C), Plainfield, N. J. 
[4 prints] [9782-9785 

Billy possum to the front. — Colum- 
bia's latest possum and taters. — Na- 
tion's choice. — Uncle Sam's new toys. 
(F 75224-75227, Apr. 10, 1909.) 



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9786 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Ltjdwig (Harry L. ) 
D. C. 



Lowney (Walter M. i co., Boston, 
Mass. [97S6. 9787 

American beauties. (G 21238. Mar. 
30, 1909.) 

Morning glories. (G 21239. Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

Lucas (Clarence O. i. Fremont, Xebr. 

[97S8. 9789 
Fremont. Nebr. 1, 2. (H 124x54. 
124855, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Lucky spud co.. Boston, Mass. [9790 
Luckv spud. (H 123860. Mar. 11. 
1909. ) 

Washington, 

[9791. l»792 

Washington. D. C. Mar. 4. 1909. 

1. 2. (H 124931. 124932. Mar. 27, 

1909: 2 e. of each Mar. 23. 1909.) 

Luick (Emmanuel), Iron River. Wis. 

[9793, 9794 

Devil's island light lee Bound. (H 
123933. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Sand island light on a frostv morn- 
ing. (H 123934. Mar. 12. 1909.) 

Lusby (M. S.), Canyon, Tex. [9795 
Canyon City. Tex., public school. 
(H 124419. Mar. 19, 1909: 2 e. Mar. 9. 
1909.) 

Lyman (Blanche E.), Chicago. 111. 

[9796 
Invocation. (F 74703. Mar. 20, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 11. 1909.) 

Lynch (Dan), Seattle. Wash. [9797 
Number? Seattle 1-9-0-9. (H 
123559, Mar. 1, 190i) : 2 c. .Tan. 28, 
1909. ) 

Lyndon (A. S.), Ann Arbor. Mich. 
[5 photographsl [9798-9802 

Along the shore. — Dock (The). — 
Swimming. — View from camp. — Y. M. 
C. A. camp. (H 124524-124528. Mar. 
22, 1909: 2 c. of each Feb. 3, 1909.) 

Lynn & Cram. Seattle. Wash. [9S03 
Puget sound product. (F 74853. 
Mar. 29, 1909: 2 c. Feb. 8, 1909. 

McCaskev register co., Canton. Ohio. 

[9804 

It*s inside. I G 21225. Mar. 26. 1909. ) 

McClure (R. B.), New York. N. Y. 

[9805-9814 
Around the world with Dorothy Dot. 
(F 71334. Mar. 10. 1909.) 

(F 74458. Mar. 13. 1909.) 

(F 741)26. Mar. 20. 1909.) 

(F 74831. Mar. 27. 1909.) 



McClure (R. B.) — Continued. 

1 F 75038, Apr. 3, 1909. ) 

(F 75244. Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Circus toy. (F 75039, Apr. 3, 1909. i 
Cut out for Easter. (F 74832, Mar. 

27, 1909.) 

Goat wagon toy. (F 75245. Apr. 10, 

1909. ) 

Yakima Indian chief. (F 74627. 

Mar. 20. 1909.) 

MacDonald (Pirie). New York, N. Y. 

[9815, 9816 

Waltman (H. F.) (H 125365, Apr. 
5, 1909.) 

Wanamaker (John). (H 125076, 
Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Mace i Cu as. E. ) . Denver. Colo. 

[9817 
Close quarters. (FI 123705. Mar. 6. 
1909. ) 

Maceadden (Bernarr). Battle Creek. 
Mich. [9818. 9819 

McFadden (Bernarr) A. B. (H 
123639. 123640. Mar. 5. 1909.) 

Macfee i E. D.) jr.. Petersburg. Va. 

[9820 
American tleet in Hampton Roads. 

1909. (H 12481)4. Mar. 26. 1909.) 

Malloey i R. L. ). Bellefonte. Fa. 

[9821 
Pennsylvania state college, class of 

1910. (II 124497. Mar. 22. 1909.) 

Malone (Alice). Lancaster. Pa. 

[9822, 9823 
Mennonite children of Lancaster. 
Pa. A. B. (F 73561. 73562, Feb. 18, 
1909: 2 c. of each Mai-. 8. 1909.) 

Manhattan photogravure co.. New 
York. X. Y. [9824-9827 

Harvard universitv . 1— i. (F 75228- 
75231. Apr. 10. 1909.) 

Manzi, Joyant * co., Paris. France. 

[9828. 9830 

A la sante de feu le Renard: by 
(Veil Aldin. i F 74318, Mar. 10. 1909.) 

Chasse an Renard; by (Veil Aldin. 
(F 74317. Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Vue (La) ; by Cecil Aldin. (F 74316. 
Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Mason (Edish M.l Oberlin, Ohio. 

[9831 
Ohio soldier presidents. (H 125301. 
Apr. 3. 1909.) 

Matzene co.. Chicago, 111. [9832 

McEvay (Most Rev. Fergus Patrick). 

(H 124521. Mar. 22. 1H09.) 



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nos. L&-17, Apr., 1909 



Maxwell (A K. >. New York, N. Y. 

1 9833 
Robbery — fire — accident. (F 74571, 
Mar. 6, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 28. 1909.) 

Melon's food co. of North America, 

Boston, Mass. [9834 

Good night. (F 74990, Apr. 2. 

1009.) 

Merrell (Robert L. i. Geueseo, N. Y. 

[9835 
Geneseo. N. Y. Normal scbool chapel, 
interior. (H 124859, Mar. 23. 1900. ) 

Messebsmfth iR. G.), Chicago, 111. 

[9836 

Autumn. iF 74550. Mar. 18, 1000: 
2 c. Mar. 10, 1009.) 

Metropolitan printing co.. New York, 
N. Y. [9S37, 9838 

Battle (The) (G 21198, Mar. 22, 
1909. ) 

Prize fight. (G 21197. Mar. 22. 
1909.) 

Miller (Charles Richard). McCloud. 
Cal. [9839 

Mt. Shasta. iH 123922. Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Miller (Geo. W. ) , Midland, Tex. [9840 
Midland college, Midland, Tex. (H 
123167, Feb. 20, 1000: 1 c. Feb. 8. 
1909; 1 c. Mar. S, 1909.) 

Mishkin (H.L New York. N. Y. 

[9841-9847 
Garden ( Ma ry ) 28-32. I H 125387- 

125391. Mar. 30, 1009.) 

Labia (Maria) (H 125393, Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

Z e n a t e 1 1 o < Giovanni ) IS. ( H 

125392. Mar. 30. 1009.) 

Mitchell (Edward H.), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. [9848 
Two Sentinels. Mt. Rainier, Wash. 
(G 2117S, Feb. 25. 1909.) 

Mitchell i'.Tno. J.) co.. New York. 
X. Y. [9S49, 9850 

American fashions. Sartorial art 
journal. Mar., 1909. Supplements A. 
B. (F 71411, 71412, Dec. 19, 1908 : 2 c. 
of each Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Mock (Joseph Ernest), Rochester, 
X. Y. [0851 

Lambert (Rev. L. A.) (H 124043, 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Moffett studio. Chicago. 111. 

[9852-9863 
Bellew (Kyrle) 1-3. (H 1240ss- 
124690. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

1 



Moffett studio — Continued. 

Gore, (Thomas P.) ill 125486, 

Apr. 8. 1909.) 

MacYeagh (Franklin) 1-4. (H 
123775-12:5778. Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Norton (Charles D.) (H 125127. 
Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Richards (Mrs. I.) 1, 2. (H 12469L 
124692. Mar. 25. 1909.) 

Stone (Dr. W. E.) (H 124693, Mar. 
25. 1909.) 

Moxtross (X. E.), Xew York, X. Y. 
[6 photographs] [9864-9S69 

Blue cup; by Joseph De Camp. — 
Corner of the field: by J. Alden 
Weir.— Elisabeth ; by Frank W. Ben- 
son. — Music room; by Childe Has- 
sam. — Summer afternoon ; by Frank 
W. Benson. — Summer idyl; bv Childe 
Hassam. (H 124072-124677. Mar. 25, 
1909.) 

Mooxey (James), Chicago. 111. [9870 
Lakes to gulf waterway. (F 74964, 
Apr. 1, 1900.) 

Moore (A.). Xew York, N. Y. 

[0S71-0S76 

New York. N. Y. Bible house. (H 
124303, Mar. 18, 1000.) 

Church of Holy Communion, 

interior. (H 124304, Mar. 18, 1009.) 

Church of the Incarnation, in- 
terior. (H 124420, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Grace church, interior. (H 

123638. Mar. 5. 1909: 2 c. Mar. 5, 
1809.) 

the rectory. (F 74895, 

Mar. 30, 1000.) 

St. Bartholomew's church, in- 
terior. (H 124037. Mar. 29, 1909; 2c. 
Mar. 20. 1900.) 

Moore (Frank E.). Middletown, Ohio. 

[0877-0882 

Hiawatha. (H 123763. Mar. 8, 
1900 J 

Iagoo and Hiawatha. (H 123764, 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Min-ne-ha-ha. (H 119012, Nov. 30, 
1908 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1909. ) 

Minnehaha. A-C. (H 123765- 
123767. Mar. 8. 1900.) 

Mtjnder, Thomsen co.. Baltimore, Md. 

[0883-0886 

Clifton. Ohio. Falls. (F 74313, Mar. 
10, 1900.) 

Rapids. iF 75049, Apr. 5, 

1000.1 

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9887 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Mtjnder, Thomsen co. — Continued. 

Gloucester, Mass. (F 75106, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Killarney bay, Ontario, the poplars. 
(F 75105, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Munn & co., New York, N. Y. 

[9887-9889 
North Dakota, en- 
(F 74901, Mar. 



Connecticut, 
largecl Dakota 
1909.) 

Largest U. 



30, 



S. Dreadnought. (F 



(H 124561, Mar. 
(H 124560, Mar. 
(H 124562, Mar. 



74902, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Receipts and expenditures of the 
U. S. government for 1908. (F 74778, 
Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, 

Iowa. [9890 

Oklahoma, opening of, in 1889. 
(F 74226, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Nash (E.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[9891. 9892 

In and out. (G 21171, Mar. 15. 
1909.) 

Interrupted. (G 21172, Mar. 15, 
1909.) 

Nash (Herman), Pueblo, Colo. [3 

photographs] [9893-9895 

Conejos river. — Cottontail. — Deer 

in snow. (H 125053-125055, Mar. 29. 

1909.) 

National photograph co., Chicago, 
111. [9896-9S99 

Cherries are ripe. (H 124563, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Roses and curls. 
22, 1909.) 

Roses and smiles. 
22, 1909.) 

Roses at twilight. 
22, 1909.) 

National press assn., Washington, 
D. C. [9900 

Bishops who took part in the conse- 
cration of Bishop Harding. (H 
122000, Jan. 26, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

National tribune, Washington, D. C. 

[9901-9911 
[Brown (John) series] 1-11. (F 
74372-74382, Mar. 11, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 13, 1909.) 

New York Evening telegram (New 

York Herald company). Jersey 

City, N. J. [9912-9966 

Book-taught Bilkins. (F 74309, 

Mar. 9, 1909.) 

(F 74520, Mar. 16, 1909.) 



New York Evening telegram (New 
York Herald company) — Cont'd. 

(F 74702, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

(F 74915, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

(F 75130, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Dolby's double. (F 75117, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 
(F 75352, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 
74246, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74407, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

(F 74499, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

(F 74639, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74671, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74843, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74890, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

(F 74995, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

(F 75116, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

-(F 75220, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

(F 75354, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Flavia flicked her with her whip. 
(F 74397, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

He detected ragged fellows. (F 
74553, Mar. 17, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1909.) 

He levelled the pistol. (F 74669, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

I am waiting to give you a warning. 
(F 74845, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

I'm thinking, by rights, I must 
arrest you. (F 74399, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

It's you that struck him after he 
was disarmed. (F 74994. Apr. 2, 
1909.) 

It was a heavy tramping. (F 
74638. Mar. 20, 1909: 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1909.) 

It was the English who rose. (F 
74497, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Let it go, he panted. (F 74958, Mar. 
31, 1909.) 

Men threw down five pounds of gold. 
(F 74406, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Neighborly Miss Nosey. (F 74245, 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Pa Puddinhead. (F 74247, Mar. 8, 
1909.) 

(F 74496, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

(F 74642, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74846, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Pazaza, it's great. (F 74400. Mar. 

11. 1909.) 

(F 74611, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

(F 74777, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

(F 75211. A in-. 8. 1909.) 



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nos. 13-17, Apr., 1909 



1008!) 



New York Evening telegram (New 
York Herald company) — Cont'd. 
Pilgrim's progress. (F 7439S, Mar. 

11, 1909.) 

(F 74554, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

(F 74754. Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74959, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

(F 75155, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Sentimental Sidney. (F 74498, Mar. 

15, 1909.) 

■ (F 74670, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

■ (F 74889, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

(F 75115, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

(F 75353, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

She lunged with all the force of her 

strong; young arm. (F 74753, Mar. 24, 

1909.) 

She never for a moment stopped to 

mask her hate. (F 74776, Mar. 25, 

1909.) 

There is a limit. Colonel Sullivan. 

(F 74S42, Mar. 27, 1909.) 
Two advanced, touched swords, then 

saluted. (F 74495, Mar. 15, 1909.) 
Who loves me follows me across the 

water. (F 74519, Mar. 16, 1909.) 
Will you murder us? (F 74641, 

Mar. 20, 1909.) 

With uplifted whip she rode in 

among the men. (F 74308, Mar. 9, 

1909.) 

Yes, let him give up his sword. 

(F 74610, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

New York Herald company, Jersey 
City, N. J. [9967-10039 

Buster Brown. (F 74056, Mar. 3, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

(F 74060, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74733, Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74738, Mar. 24, 1909 

Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 74746, Mar. 24. 1909 

Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Dailv hint from Paris. (F 74204, 
Mar. 6, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74248, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74249, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

(F 74310, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

(F 74354, Mar. 10, 1909: 2 c. 

Mar. 11, 1909.) 

IF 74401, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

(F 7440S, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

IF 74409, Mar. 12. 1909.) 

(F 74446, Mar. 13, 1909: 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1909.) 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

Daily hint from Paris. (F 74500, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 

(F 74518. Mar. 16, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 18. 1909.) 

(F 74521, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

(F 74555, Mar. 17, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 19, 1909.) 

(F 74612. Mar. 19, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74637, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74640, Mar. 20, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74672, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74674, Mar. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 23, 1909.) 

■ (F 74701, Mar. 23, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74774. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

■ (F 74775. Mar. 25, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 27, 1909. 

(F 74844. Mar. 27, 1909; 2 c. 

| Mar. 29, 1909.) 

■ (F 74847, Mar. 27. 1909. 

■ (F 74887, Mar. 29, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 30, 1909.) 

- (F 74914, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

(F 74961. Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 1, 1909.) 

(F 74962, Mar. 31, 1909.) 



2 c. 



2 c. 



(F 74987. Apr. 1, 1909; 


2 c. 


Apr. 2, 1909.) 




(F 74996, Apr. 2, 1909; 


2 c. 


Apr. 5, 1909.) 




■ (F 75114. Apr. 5, 1909; 


2 c. 


Apr. 6, 1909.) 




■ (F 75118, Apr. 5, 1909.) 




(F 75119, Apr. 5. 1909.) 




• (F 75156. Apr. 7, 1909; 


2 c. 


Apr. 8, 1909.) 




• (F 75208, Apr. 8, 1909; 


2 c. 


Apr. 9, 1909.) 




— — (F 75210, Apr. 8, 1909.) 




• (F 75221. Apr. 9. 1909; 


2 c. 


Apr. 12, 1909.) 




■ (F 75349, Apr. 12, 1909.) 




■ (F 75351, Apr. 12, 1909.) 




(F 75355. Apr. 12, 1909 


2 c. 


Apr. 13, 1909.) 




Fleet includes the Lapland. 


(F 


75350, Apr. 12, 1909.) 




Herald's enlarged chart 


shows 


seventy-seven Atlantic liners. 


(F 


74501, Mar. 15, 1909.) 




Little Nemo in Slumberland 


(F 


74059, Mar. 3. 1909 : 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 



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10040 



pt. iv, u. s.. v. 4 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

Little Nemo in Sluniberland. (F 
74064, Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74732, Mar. 24. 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74741, Mar. 24. 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 74742, Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Majority of transatlantic liners now 
bound for New York. (F 74673, Mar. 
22, 1909.) 

Mediterranean trade with this port 
still greater than ever before. (F 
75120, Apr. 5. 1909.) 

Mediterranean traffic continues to 
engage many large liners. (F 74250, 
Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
74055, Mar. 3, 1909 : 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 



(F 74061. 

Mar. 20, 1909.) 
(F 74735. 



Mar. 



1909.) 



Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. 



Mar. 24, 1909: 2 c. 



Mar 24, 1909; 2 c. 



Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. 



(F 74737, 

Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 74743, 

Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Roosevelt (Colonel) and party, on 
the Hamburg, nearing the Azores. (F 
7488S, Mar. 29. 1909; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 74057, 
Mar. 3, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

(F 74062. Mar. 3. 1909: 2 c. 

Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74752. 

Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74739. 

Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 74744. 

Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Undiscovered 



Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. 



Mar. 24. 1909: 2 c. 



Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. 



beauties (F 74402, 
Mar. 11, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

(F 74556. Mar. 17, 1909: 2 c. 

Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74736. Mar. 24. 1909: 2 c. 

Mar. 27, 1909.) 

— - (F 74960. Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75209. Apr. 8, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Woo woo bird. (F 74058. Mar. 3. 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

(F 74734, Mar. 24, 1909: 2 c. 

Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 74745. Mar. 25. 1909: 2 c. 

Apr. 9. 1909.) 



I 

New York Times co., New York, N. Y. 

[10040-10044 

Impressions of the passing show. 

(F 74307, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

( F 74502, Mar. 15, 1909. ) 

(F 74700, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

(F 74957, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Spring fashions. (F 75154, Apr. 7, 

1909.) 

New combe (Geo. E.) & co.. New York, 
N. Y. [10045,10046 

Good St. Valentines day one hun- 
dred years ago. (H 123897. Mar. 6, 
1909.) 

Half moon. (H 123898, Mar. 6, 
1909. ) 

North American co.. Philadelphia, Pa. 

[10047-10049 

Little journeys of Nip and Tuck. (F 

74663. Mar. 22, 1909.) 

(F 74881. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

(F 75089, Apr. 5. 1909.) 

Nowell (Frank H.). Seattle. Wash. 

[10050 
Beaton (Helen) and dog. (H 
124634. Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Netting (Wallace), Southbury, Conn. 
[16 photographs] [10051-10066 
Afternoon tea . — Confidences. — Count- 
ing treasures. — Cup that cheers. — 
Dropped stitch. — Embarrassing re- 
mark. — First lesson. — Housewifely 
treasures. — Knife box. — Little helper. — 
Mild tonic. — More hot water. — Moth- 
er's tea. — Our diffident ancestors. — 
Please fix it.— What time grandpa? 
(H J 25302-125317, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Oakes (M. L.), Seattle, Wash. [10067 
State of Washington design. (H 
123787. Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Oliver- Jennings. Spokane, Wash. 

[10068 
True western hospitality. < H 123606, 
Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Olson (W. O. i. Alexandria, Minn. 
[S photographs] [10069-10076 

Giant cotton tails. — Heavy load. — 
Loading up rabbits for home. — Salt- 
ing. — When sport becomes work. — 
Where Jack rabbits are thick. — Where 
shooting is good. — Where the Jack 
rabbits grow as large as mules. (H 
124602-124609, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Oppenheimer (Leo), New York, N. Y. 

[10077 
Biliouskin. (F 75121. Apr. 6. 1909.) 

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DOS. 1 3-17. Apr.. 1909 



K'171 



Osbobne co., Now York, N. Y. 

[10078-10084 

Fishing village in Brittany. (F 
74368, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Fox hunt in old Virginia. 1-3. (F 
74365-74367, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

In the heart of old Now England. 
(F 74369, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Old farm lionse in Now England. 
(F 74658, Mar. 22. 1909.) 

Venice, glimpse of tlio Grand canal. 
iF 74370. Mar. 11. 1909.) 

Overall i Mrs. I. L.), Houston. Texas. 

[100S5 
Texas winter roses. i H 123740, 
Mar. 8, 1909; 2 e. Mar. 27. 1909.) 

Packard (Edward H.). Boston. Mass. 

[10086 
Know ye not. iF 747 vi. Mar. 11, 
1909. ) 

Pain (Henry J.), New York. N. Y. 

[10087 
Battle in the skv. (G 211X7. Mar. 
20. 1909.) 

Palmer (G. Emerson), Syracuse. N.Y. 
[10088, 10089 
De-Ya-Weu-Da. (124917. Mar. 27. 
1909.) 

Medicine man and sick brave. (H 
12491*. Mar. 27. 1909.) 

Patterson-Gibes co.. Chicago, 111. 
[27 prints] [10090-10116 

Announcement. — Are yon looking for I 
trouble. — Ask the man who knows. — 
Attractive idea for outside of folder. — 
Auction sale. — Business on the boom. — 
Card to the public. — Delighted.— Golf- 
sea sou is here. — In a nutshell. — Indica- 
tion.— It's up to you. — Just a mo- 
ment. — Just a reminder. — Made in Ger- 
many. — Man behind the dollar. — More 
money for you. — Now ready. — Particu- 
lar point. — Something striking for mail- 
ing card. — Something to be proud of. — 
Spring styles. — Stunning. — Sure sign 
of money. — We can help you loosen the 
dollars. — What we are crowing about. — 
Your money back. IF 74113-74139. 
Mar. 6, 1909.1 



Peck (Charles L.), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[10119 
1 1 is first bubble. (H 125129. Apr. 1, 
1909.) 

Pekard (Victor ), New York, N. Y. 

[10120 
Trolley ride. (H 124368, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Pfaff (Henry C.) & Kendall (John), 
Newark, N. J. [10121 

Hercules column. (F 74676, Mar. 
16. 1909: 2 c. Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Phelan (A. B.). New York, N. Y. 
[10122-10124 
[New York. N. Y.], view from Met- 
ropolitan bldg. tower. 1-3. ( H 125526- 
125528. Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Philadelphia electric co.. Chicago, 
111. [10125 

Vacuum floor cleaner. (H 124564, 
Mar. 22. 1909.) 

Phillips stl/dio. Philadelphia. Pa. 

[10126-10129 

Crystal ball. (H 123708, Mar. 6, 
1909. ) 

Dickey (Rev. Chas. A.) (H 125067, 
Mar. 30. 1909.) 

Sheatz (John O.) 1.2. (H 125065, 
125066. Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Photo art co.. Woonsocket. R. I. 

[10130 
Woonsocket, R. I., Horse Shoe falls. 
(H 123746. Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Pickering ( William). Roslvn. N. Y. 

[10131 
Roosevelt (Ex-Pres. Theodore) and 
neighbors. Sagamore Hill. (H 125102, 
Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Pictorial news co.. New York. N. Y. 
[10132-10161 

[Inauguration of Pres. Taft] N742- 
N746. N754. N756. N75S. N767-N769. 
(H 123820-123830, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

[Panama canal] 1-19. (H 123831- 
123849. Mar. 3. 1909.) 



Pearman (Robert H. i. Culpeper, Va. 

[10117 
Blue Ridge mountains from Cul- 
peper. Va. (H 124587, Mar. 22. 1909.) 

Peck (Annie S. i . Now York. N. Y. 

[10118 
Mount Huascaran. < II 121756. Jan. 
19. 1909. i 



Pittsburg athletic co.. Pittsburg, Pa. 
[10162, 10163 
Pittsburg athletic base ball park. 1, 
2. (H 123780. 123781. Mar. 9. 1909.) 

Plate printing co.. Woonsocket. R. I. 
[10164-10171 

Woonsocket. R. I. 1-6. (F 73932- 
73937. Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Dunn Worsted Mills. 1. 2. (F 

74598. 74599. Mar. 19, 1909.) 

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10172 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Polish young men's pub. co., Chicago, 
111. [10172-10174 

Obecny stan Polski. (F 74792, Mar. 
26, 1909.) 

Poswiecenie szabli kosciuszce i 
wodzickiemu. (F 74791, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Zawolnosc. (F 74790, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Popenoe (Chas. W.), Washington, 
D. C. [10175, 10176 

Inauguration of W. H. Taft, review- 
ing stand. (H 124477, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Taft (W. H.) in the reviewing stand. 
(H 124478, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Post pub. & printing co., Denver, Colo. 
[10177-10181 

Feeding the starving elk. (F 75124, 
Apr. 6, 1909.) 

In a land of wild men. (F 74657, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Marathon. (F 74475, Mar. 15, 
1909.) 

Terrible Teddy tours. (F 74227, 
Mar. S, 1909.) 

(F 74474, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Prairie Dog (Chief), New Harmony, 
Ind. [4 prints] [10182-10185 

Another position. — Only one doing 
this style shooting. — Prairie Dog 
(Chief).— Prairie Rose. (F 73939- 
73942, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Prescott (Mrs. Katherine T.), Chi- 
cago, 111. [10186 
Child with lily. (H 123560, Mar. 2, 
1909.) 

Price (E. M.), McKeesport, Pa. 

[10187 
McKeesport basket ball team. 
1908-09. (H 124896, Mar. 25, 1909; 
2 c. Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Price (G. L.), Seattle, Wash. [10188 
Compound symbolic head. (F 
75006, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Price (Nathan H.), Roscoe, Ohio. 

[10189 
In memory of our dead. (F 74460, 
Mar. 15, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [10190 
Paul's story of his life. (G 21313, 
Apr. 8, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Rand, McNally & co., Chicago, 111. 

[10191-10196 
Blind man's buff. (F 74105, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 



Rand, McNally & co. — Continued. 

Don't you dare flirt with my sons. 
(F 74103, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Down on the farm. (F 74101, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Fascination. (F 74102, Mar. 5, 
1909.) 

Harmonious quintet. (F 74104, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Interrupted meal. (F 74106, Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

Rau (William H), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[10197-10214 

Inauguration of President Taft. 
25848-25853. (H 125068-125073, Mar. 
30, 1909.) 

U. S. battleships Connecticut, Geor- 
gia. Kearsarge, Nebraska, New Jer- 
sey, Ohio, Wisconsin, U. S. scout 
cruisers Birmingham, Chester. Salem. 
(H 124393-124402, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Wanamaker's new building opera- 
tion. 25011. (H 125520, Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Wilmington board of trade, sixth 
annual banquet. 25004. (H 124055, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Reymer & bros., inc., Pittsburg, Pa. 

[10215 
Roses. (G 21294, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Reynolds (J. H.) & co., Dallas, Tex. 

[10216 
Interurban car. (F 74332, Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

Rice (Fred'k W.), Worcester, Mass. 
[10217, 10218 
Murphy (Rev. Thos. E.) 1, 2. (H 
124887, 124888, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Rice (Robert E.), Powderville, Mont. 

[10219 
Beaver cutting timber. (H 123973, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Rich (W. H), Jersey City, N. J. 

[10220 
Pay dirt. (F 74315, Mar. 10, 1909.) 
Richardson (Paul M.), Port Town- 
send, Wash. [10221 
Princess Victoria (S. S.) (H 
125113, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Ricks (William Luther), Valdosta, 
Ga. [10222 

Young sport's first Billy possum. 
(H 123980, Mar. 15, 1909.) 
Rieder (M.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[10223 
Long Beach, Cal., Virginia hotel. 
(H 125200, Apr. 1, 1909.) 



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10302 






Robinson (William J.). New York, 
X. Y. [10224 

See 110 evil, speak no evil, hear no 
evil. (H 124221, Feb. 9, 1909.)* 

Rochester photo press. Rochester, 
N. Y. [35 photographs. 1 

[10225-10259 

Ada.— Beatrice. — Delia. — Edith. — 
Francis. — Gertrude. — Hazel. — Inez. — 
Jean. — Katherine. — Laura. — Muriel. — 
Norma. — Olive. — Phyllis. — Rose. — Rose 
girl.— Target girl. (H 124529-124546, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Hard to beat. — Meditation. (H 
124953, 124954, Mar. 29, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Always welcome. — Coquette. — Daily 
mail. — Housewife (The). — June blos- 
soms. — Letter for you. — Like ducks to 
water. — Mischief. — Opera box. — Smoke 
rings. — To you sir. — Welcome news. — 
Widow (The). — Winifred. — Your 
health. (H 125144-125158, Apr. 1, 
1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Rockwood (George G.), New York, 
N. Y. [10260-10262 

Taft (Hon. Wm. H.) A-C. (H 
125318-125320, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Rockwood photographer co., New 

York, N. Y. [10263 

Wither spoon (Isabella M.) (H 
124308, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Rogers (Edward N.), Laramie, Wyo. 

[10264 
University of Wyoming mandolin 
and glee club. (H 123879, Mar. 11, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Rood (F. M.), Poultney, Vt. 

[10265-10267 
Poultney, Vt., St. Mary's R, C. 
church, 1-3. (H 124465-124467, Mar. 
20, 1909.) 

Rose (H. M.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[10268-10271 
Oh : What's the use. 1-4. (F 74653- 
74656, Mar. 22, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
15, 1909.) 

Roshon (J. W.) & Lemer (J. D.), 
Harrisburg, Pa. [10272 

House of representatives of Penn- 
sylvania. 1909-1910. (H 125345, Apr. 
5, 1909.) 

Rotograph co.. New York, N. Y. 

[10273, 10274 
Pompadour. (H 125531, Apr. 9, 1909.) 
Roses. (H 125530, Apr. 9, 1909.) 



Russell (Mott A.), Atlanta, Ga. 

[10275 
Shadow between old friends. (F 
73924, Mar. 1, 1909.) 

Russell (Willis W.) post card co., 
Milltown, N. J. [10276 

Broncho Bill. (F 74572, Mar. 19, 
1909.) 

Sackett & «Vllhelms co., Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [10277, 10278 

Finishing a skyscraper. (F 73962, 
Mar. 2, 1909.) 

First prize. ( F 73961, Mar. 2, 1909. ) 

Sale bros., Texico, N. Mex. 

[10279-10281 
Freak corn photographs. 1-3. (H 
124033-124035, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Saxe (Arthur), New York, N. Y. 

[10282 
Billycan, Billycant. (H 123851, Feb. 
27, 1909.)* 

Schabff (W. H), Enid, Okla. 

[10283 
Enid, Okla. (F 74447, Mar. 13, 
1909.) 

Schloss bros. & co., Baltimore, Md. 
[9 prints.] [10284-10292 

January. — -F ebruar y. — March. — 
April. — May. — June. — July. — August. — 
September. (F 74573-74581, Mar. 19, 
1909.) 

Schlueter (Frank J.), Houston, Tex. 
[10293, 10294 

Branch of Texas oranges. (H 
125061, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Bunch of 25 on a tree. (H 125062, 
Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Schmidt (Emil T.), Buffalo, Minn. 

[10295-10300 

Bathing in Pulaski lake. A, B. (H 
123941, 123942, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Buffalo lake. (H 123945, Mar. 
1909. ) 

Driveway around Buffalo lake. 
123946, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Lake shore of Pulaski lake. A 
(H 123943, 123944, Mar. 12, 1909.) 



12, 
(H 
B. 



Schmidt (Henry) & bro., inc., Phila- 
delphia, Pa. [10301 
Signs of Christmas. (G 21226, Mar. 
29, 1909.) 

Schreyer (Augustus M.), New York, 
N. Y. [10302 

Trailed to the chasm. (H 123982, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 



147 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



10303 



pt. iv, n. s.. v. 4 



Scbreyvogel (Chas.), Hoboken, N. J. 
[10303, 10304 

Fight for water, (H 123947, Mar. 
13, 1909.) 

Lost dispatches. (H 123948, Mar. 
13, 1909.) 

Schwab (F. E.), Port Washington, 
Ohio. [10305, 10306 

Four ways of travel 1, 2. (H 
124929, 124930, Mar. 7, 1909.) 

Schwab & Wolf, New York, N. Y. 

[3 chromos] [10307-10309 

Columbia. — Homeward bound. — Sea 

nymph. (G 21282-21284, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Scobie (Frank), Sleepy Eye, Minn. 

[10310-10312 

Just arrived behind the rotary. (H 

123644, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Rotary steam snow shovel. (H 

123645, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Trying to keep the trains on time. 
(H 123704, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Scrogin (E. D.), Bradentown, Fla. 

[10313, 10314 

Bradentown, Fla. 1. (H 122898. 
Feb. 13, 1909; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1909; 1 c 
Mar. 26, 1909.) 

2. (H 122899, Feb. 13, 1909; 

1 c. Feb. 13, 1909; 1 c. Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Seibert printing co.. Canal Dover, 
Ohio. [10315 

Presidential picture. (F 74071, 
Mar. 5, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Sells & Floto co., Denver, Colo. [7 
photographs] [10316-10322 

Camel. — King Edward. — King Ed- 
ward and Duke. — Lions. — Tapir. — 
Tiger cubs.— Tiger head. (H 125103- 
125109, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Sells-Floto shows co., Denver, Colo. 

[10323 
Lady and the tiger cubs. (H 124941, 
Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Seymour (J. F.), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[10324 
Don't be the donkey. (F 74819, 
Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Shaw (Elizabeth Anna), Boston, 
Mass. [10325,10326 

Contentment. (H 123452, Mar. 1, 
1909.) 

Little sweetheart. (H 123451, Mar. 
1, 1909.) 

Sheparb (Morgan), New York, N. Y. 
[10327-10334 

Cow (The). (F 74989, Apr. 2, 1909.) 



Sheparb ( Morgan ) — Continued. 

Keep smiling. (F 74785, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Lalf an go eazie. (F 74789, Mar. 26. 
1909.) 

Life. (F 747S7, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Listen for the tinkle of the wishing 
bell. (F 74788, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Smile with me. (F 74385, Mar. 11. 
1909.) 

(F 74786, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Turtle (The). (F 74386, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Simmons (Eveline), Lakewood, Ohio. 

[10335 
Truth and mercy. (F 74319, Mar. 
10, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1909.) 

Simplicity co., Chicago, 111. [10336 
Chicago, Pathfinder loop district. 
(F 74383, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Slevin (L. S.), Carmel, Cal. [10337 
Keeper of the Carmel mission. (H 
124967, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Smebberg (Frank), Chicago, 111. 

[10338 
Meals at all hours. (G 21212, Mar. 
10, 1909.) 

Smith (A. T. E.), Woonsocket, R. I. 

[10339 
Woonsocket, R. I., Church of 
Precious Blood and rectory. (F 
75016, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Smith (E. Boyb), Wilton, Conn. 

[10340-10342 

Goodness, see those great big cages. 

See, his ball is really going. 

See the elephant with glasses. 

(F 74679-74681, Mar. 23, 1909.) 
Smith (Geo. E.), Denver, Colo. [10343 

Skidoo. (F 74615, Mar. 20, 1909; 2 
c. Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Smith (Harper B.), Atlantic City, 
N. J. [10344 

Breakers by moonlight. (F 74882. 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Smith ( S. C. ) , North Yakima, Wash. 
[10345, 10346 

Box Canon, Colo., 1840. (H 123747, 
Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Washington, D. C, Botanical gar- 
dens, fountain and Capitol. 1841. (H 
123748, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Snyber (Leon), Colfax, Wis. [10347 
Colfax, Wis. (H 124500, Mar. 22, 
1909.) 



148 



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nos. 13-17, Apr., 1909 



10420 



SOCIETY OF ICONOPHILE 

X. Y. 



New York. State pub co. — Continued. 



[1034S 



Farragut (David Glasgow) : by F. S. 
King. (F 74020. Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Spooneb & Wells, inc., New York, 

N. Y. [10349 



Execul ive 


committee 


A. 


A. A. 


»ii 


124228, Mar. 


17. 1909: 


2 


e. Mai 


. 18, 


1 909. i 










Spbague's mer< vntile 


A( 


ENCY, 


Chi- 


cago, 111. 






[10350 


Creditor's 


query. < 1 


1 ( 


;t:;s.». 


July 


22, 1908. 1 : 










Springer i H 


AKKY J. i 


Scottdale, 


Pa. 



[10351,10352 
Bryan (Win. Jennings) A. B. (H 

125360. 125307. Apr. 5. 1909; 2 c. of 
each Mar. 20. 1909. I 

Stanlaws (Penbhyn), New York, 

X. Y. (4 prints] [10353-10356 

Arrival. — Cup of tea. — Easter egg. — 

Skipping, i F 74.>0l-74.">64. Mar. IS, 

1909. ) 



State pub co.. Boston. 



Mass. 
[10357-10420 
Ain't it just like a woman? (F 
74229. Mar. 3. 1909.) 

(F 74450. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74472, Mar. 15. 1909. ) 

(F 74601. Mar. 19. 1909.) 

(F 74S34. Mar. 27. 1909.) 

(F 74900, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

(F 74949. Mar. 31, 1909. ) 

(F 75069. Apr. 5, 1909.) 

(F 75214. Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Amos and Pete. (F 74228, Mar. 8, 

1009.. 

(F 74449. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

■ (F 74538. Mar. 17. 1909.) 

(F 74652. Mar. 22. 1909.) 

. ,f 74897. Mar. 30, 1909.) 

( F 74898, Mar. 30, 1909. ) 

(F 75066. Apr. 5. 1909.) 

i F 75067. Apr. 5, .1909. ) 

( F 75215, Apr. 9. 1909. ) 

Best laid plans are apt to go astray. 
I F 74025. Mar. 31, 1909. i 

Bird on the hat is worth two in the 
hush. (F 75213. Apr. 9. 1909.) 

Bugtown budget. (F 74328. Mar. 10, 
190!).. 

(F 74546. Mar. 17. 1909.) 

(F 74720. Mar. 24. 1909.) 

Did you ever play Inauguration? 
(F 74230. Mar. 8. 1909.) 



l>o you believe in siuns. (F 74473, 
Mar. 15, 1900.) 

Four Paw's rhapsodic (F 74835, 
Mar. 27. 1909.) 

(link and Dink. (F 74324. Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

(F 74539. Mar. 17. 1909.) 

(F 74722. Mar. 24. 1909.) 

(F 74927. Mar. 31. 1909.) 

( F 75144. Apr. 7. 1909.) 

Line is busy. (F 74325. Mar. 10, 
1000. ) 

(F 74545, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

(F 74725, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74926, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Mouse in the muff is worth two in 

the trap. (F 74537. Mar. 17. 1909.) 
Nick, the smartv. sjives a party. 

( F 74000. Mar. 19. 1909.) 
Pete, the pups, and live sobs of gum. 

i F 74899, Mar. 30, 1909. ) 

Peggie Pahrah. i F 74323. Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

(F 74543. Mar. 17, 1909.) 

(F 74721. Mar. 24. 1909.) 

(F 74931, Mar. 31. 1909.) 

(F 75143, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Show me. (F 74329, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

(F 74541, Mar. 17. 1909.) 

(F 74723, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 75141. Apr. 7, 1909.) 

(F 75142, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Smiths at home. ( F 74326. Mar. 10, 
1909. ) 



Stuns 



(F 


74327. 


Mar. 


10, 1909.) 


(F 


74540. 


Mar. 


17, 1909.) 


(F 


74544. 


Mar. 


17, 1909.) 


(F 


74719. 


Mar. 


24, 1909.) 


(F 


74726. 


Mar. 


24, 1909.) 


(F 


74929, 


Mar. 


31, 1909.) 


(F 


74930, 


Mar. 


31. 1909.) 


(F 


74322 


. Mai- 


. 10, 1909.) 


(F 


74542. 


Mar. 


17, 1909.) 


i : Fxtra : 


(F ' 


f4724. Mar. 



24, 



Uxtra 

1909. ) 

IF 74928. Mar. 31. 1909.) 

(F 75145. Apr. 7, 1909.) 

(F 75146. Apr. 7. 1909.) 

YVhat fools these pup dogs be. 
75068. Apr. 5. 1909.) 

Wicked flea whom Pete pursueth 
(F 74651. Mar. 22, 1909.) 



(F 



149 



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10421 



pt. iv. n. s.j v. 4 



(John J.). 



Higginsville, 
[10421 

globe with the U. S. 

(F 74644, Mar. 22, 

10, 1909 ; 1 c. Mar. 18, 



Stefanski 
Mo. 
Around the 
Atlantic fleet. 
1909; 1 c. Mar 
1909.) 

Stephenson (Isaiah H.), Washing- 
ton, D. C. [10422 
Louverture (Toussiant). general en 
chef a St. Dominique. (F 74298, Mar. 
9, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Stevens (Chas. A.) & bros., Chicago, 
111 [10423-10428 

(F 74759, Mar. 25 



(F 74602, Mar. 19 



(F 74760, Mar. 25 



(F 74603, Mar. 
74761, Mar. 25, 



(F 74604, Mar 



April days. 
1909.) 

Easter brides 
1909.) 

Expectation. 
1909.) 

Fluffs and ruffles. 
19, 1909.) 

Opera (The) (F 
1909.) 

Reception ( The ) 
19, 1909.) 

Stibb (George), United States. 

[10429, 10430 

Gun's crew in action. (H 124205, 
Mar. 16. 1909.) 

U. S. fleet in rough seas. (H 124204, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Stickley (Gustav), Syracuse, N. Y. 

[10431 
Kipling (Rudyard) (F 73938, Mar. 
1, 1909.) 

Stickney (Waltee J.), Salem, Mass. 

[10432 
Salem, Mass., Old St. Mary's church. 
(H 123603, Mar. 3, 1909.) 

Stokes (Frank Wilbert), New York, 
N. Y. [10433,10434 

Narwhal hunt. North Greenland. 
(H. 125254, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Walrus hunt, North Greenland. (H 
125255, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Stone (Chas. J.) co., Chicago, 111. 

[10435-10438 

Sartorial world engravings, April, 

1909. Supplements A-D. (F 74645- 

74648, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Strauss (J. 0.). St. Louis, Mo. 

[10439, 10440 

U. S. circuit court judges, Adams, 

Hook, Sanborn and Van Devanter, 

A. B. (H 125260, 125261, Apr. 3, 1909 ; 

2 c. of each Apr. 30, 1909.) 



Street and Smith, New York. N. Y. 

[10441 
Fritze). (F 74068, 



Scheff (Miss 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 



Strobridge lithographing company. 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 10442-10484 

[Poster] 09-B^6. (G 20277, Nov. 
27, 1908; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1909.)* 

09-R-61, 09-R-204. (G 20632, 

20633, Dec. 31, 1908 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
5, 1909.) 

09-B-201. (G 20645, Jan. 2, 

1909; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1909.)* 

09-R-51, 09-R-85, 09-R-203. 

(G 20646, 20647, 20649, Jan. 2, 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 5, 1909.) 

09-R-230. (G 20650, Jan. 2, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12965. (G 20693, Jan. 15, 

1909; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1909.)* 

N. Y. 12981, N. Y. 12984, N. Y. 

12985. N. Y. 12987. (G 20698-20701, 
Jan. 15, 1909; 2 c. of each Feb. 17, 
1909.)* 

N. Y. 12988, N. Y. 12990. (G 

20739-20741, Jan. 29, 1909 : 2 c. of each 
Feb. 17, 1909.)* 

N. Y. 12992, N. Y. 12993, N. Y. 

12995. (G 20743, 20744, 20746, Jan. 29, 
1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 5, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12991, 09-R-71, 09-R-205. 

(G 20742, 20747, 20748, Jan. 29, 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 11, 1909.) 

N. Y. 12994. (G 20745, Jan. 29, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

09-R-lll. (G 20885, Feb. 10, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1909.) 

09-B-205, N. Y. 12986, N. Y. 

13000, N. Y. 13001. (G 20881, 20886- 
20888, Feb. 10, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
11, 1909.) 

09-B-112. (G 20880, Feb. 10, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

09-B-96. (G 20879, Feb. 10, 

1909; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1909.) 

09-R-66. 09-R-86, 09-R-208. 

(G 20976, 20980, 20981, Feb. 11, 1909; 
2 c. of each Mar. 11, 1909.) 

.09-6-47. (G 20974, Feb. 11, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 25, 1909.) 

09-B-71, 09-B-82, 09-B-211. (G 

21116-21118, Mar. 5, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Mar. 25, 1909.) 

09-B-209. (G 21207, Mar. 22, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1909.) 

09-B-72, 09-B-213. (G 21202, 

21209, Mar. 22, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

150 



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nos. 13-17, Apr., 1909 



10559 



Strobridc.e lithographing company— 
Continued. 
[Poster] 09-B-S3, 09-B-152. 09-B- 
20S. (G 21203, 21204, 21206, Mar. 22 
1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 1, 1909.) 



Tammen (H. H.), Denver, Colo. 

[10524 
was hug a little. (F 



Stroud (W. J.), Rock Springs. Wyo. 
[S photographs] [10485-10492 

Pair of fine bull elk, 1, 2.— Pil- 
lar clouds, 1, 2. — Play ground of 
the clouds. — Snowy peak. — Stroud's 
camp. — Where the Green river flows. 
(H 125470-125477, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Summer (H. S.), Akron, Ohio. [10493 
Gay: If daddy can't fix your watch 
I can. (F 73034, Feb. 6, 1909; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1909.)* 

Svenska folkets TiDNiNG. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [10494-10503 

Borenshults Slussar. (H 123714, 
Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Elevforbundsmotet i Svalof, Skane. 
(H 123717, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Helsingborg fran Terassen. (H 
123718, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Markaryd Marknad i Sm&land. (H 
123715, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Motala Mekaniska Verkstad. (H 
123713, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Ostergotlands bank i Norrkoping. 
(H 123711, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Radhuset, Stenbocksstatyrn, Teras- 
sen och Karnan. (H 123709, Mar. 6, 
1909.) 

Stockholm, Utsigt af Norrbro fran 
Kgl. Slottet. (H 123712, Mar. 6, 
1909.) 

Taberg i Smaland. < H 123710, Mar. 
6, 1909.) 

Trolleholms Slott. (H 123716, Mar. 
6, 1909.) 

2 c. of each Feb. 19, 1909. 

Taber-Prang art company, Springfield, 
Mass. [10504, 10505 

Line's busy. 4841. ( H 124889. Mar. 
26, 1909.) 

Solitary height; by Ferdinand 
Keller. 4843. (F 74804, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Taggart (M. W.), Bayonne, N. J. 

[10506-10523 

[Halloween cards, series 803.] (G 
21307-21312, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

[Halloween cards, series 804.] (G i 
21301-21306. Apr. 7, 1909.) 

[Marriage congratulations, series 
705.] (G 21295-21300, Apr. 7, 1909.) 



81450—09- 



All I did 
74231, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Tangen (Ed.), Boulder, Colo. [10525 
Lafayette. Colo., high school basket 
ball team. 992. (H 123538, Mar. 1. 
1909.) 

Tanto (August), Lansing, Mich. 

[10526 

Lansing, Mich. (F 74643, Mar. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1909.) 
Taylor & Lockie, Nashville, Tenn. 

[10527 

Members of the 56th General as- 
semblv, Tennessee. (H 123981. Mar. 
15, 1909.) 

Taylor art co., Philadelphia, Pa. [14 
prints] [10528-10541 

All hands busy. — Bird in the hand 
is worth two in the bush. — Cool propo- 
sition. — Good day for rubbers. — I have 
something on my mind. — It's all mine. — 
Little widow is a dangerous thing. — 
More than he could stand. — Not in the 
beef trust. — Silver threads among the 
gold. — Stolen sweets. — This is my busy 
day. (F 74336-74347, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Valley Forge, Pa. 1, 2. (F 74320. 
74321, Mar. 10, 1909.) 
Tebbs (Annette B.). New York. 
N. T. [10542 

American ikon. (H 125330, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Ten Eyck (W. P.), Roselle, N. J. [4 
chromos] [10543-10546 

Feeding the doves. — Mother and 

child. — Trysting tree. — Waiting. 

(G 21167-21170, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Thompson (Paul), New York. N. Y. 

[10547-10552 

Harriman's (E. H.) new country 

place at Arden, N. Y. 1-6. (H 

124468-124473, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

T ii o m p s o N (William Charles). 

Shoshone, Idaho. [10553, 10554 

Lincoln inn. 1, 2. (H 124555. 
124556, Mar. 22, 1909.) 
Thorne (W. L.), York, Nebr. [3 
photographs] [10555-10557 

Home committee, I. O. O. F. — Lo- 
cating committee, I. O. O. F. — York 
college band, 1909. (H 124925-124927. 
Mar. 27, 1909.) 
Tiny tads co., New York, N. Y. 

[10558, 10559 

Robins sing. (F 74618, Mar. 20. 
1909.) 

Teddy bear. (F 75135, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

151 



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10560 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Tipton (W. H.), Gettysburg, Pa. 

[10560 
Will's house where Lincoln wrote 
his Gettysburg address. 1272. (H 
124223, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Toll (Theo. M.), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[10561 
Waukesha, Wis. (H 124222, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

Tolman (Fred S.), Brockton, Mass. 

[10562 
He's a blooming good 'orse. (F 
74992, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Tomikawa (Yoshimi), San Francisco, 
Cal. [10563 

Koi no katanii (Remain of love). 
(H 124501, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Toy, Bond & Lee photo studio, San 
Francisco, Cal. [10564 

San Francisco, Cal., Imperial Chi- 
nese public school. (H 123954, Mar. 
13, 1909; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Tracy (Dwight), New York, N. Y. 

[10565 
■ Tracy (Hon. Uriah). (H 123853, 
Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Tribune co., Chicago, 111. [10566-10588 
Clarence Culpepper and his six ador- 
ing sisters. (F 75084, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Danny Dreamer. (F 74531, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

■ (F 74710, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74944, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

■ (F 75086, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Economical Bertie. (F 74535, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

— (F 74715, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74945, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

(F 75083, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Hiram marked the eggs. (F 74533, 

Mar. 17, 1909.) 

How the omnibus boy turned the 
tables on Frenchy. (F 74943, Mar. 31, 
1909.) 

Large party came. (F 74712, Mar. 
24, 1909.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F 74534, 

Mar. 17, 1909.) 

■ (F 74714, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

■ (F 74947, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

(F 75082, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Old Opie Dilldock's stories. (F 

T4532, Mar. 17, 1909.) 
(F 74711, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74946, Mar. 31, 1909.) 



Tribune co. — Continued. 

(F 75085, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Pranks of Fourpaws. (F 74536, 

Mar. 17, 1909.) 

■ (F 74713, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74948, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Tuliper (Fred E.), Nashua, N. H. 

[10589. 10590 

By the rude bridge. (F 75005, Apr. 
3, 1909.) 

Here was made the first forcible re- 
sistance to British aggression. (F 
75004, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Turner (Horace K.) co., Boston, 
Mass. [10591-10737 

Achilles; by Walter McEwen. 

Adjustment of the conflicting inter- 
ests; by John La Farge. 

Adonis; by H. O. Walker. 

Aglaia ; by Frank W. Benson. 

Alma mater; by Daniel Chester 
French. 

Amiens, France, cathedral. 1, 2. 

Anarchy; by Elihu Vedder. 

Arlington, Va., Custis-Lee mansion. 

Arts (The) ; by Kenyon Cox. 

Astronomy (Urania) ; by Edward E. 
Simmons. 

Autumn ; by Bela L. Pratt. 

by Frank W. Benson. 

Bellerophon; by Walter McEwen. 

Boy of Winander ; by H. O. Walker. 

Cairn (The) ; by John W. Alex- 
ander. 

Chartres, France, cathedral. 1-3. 

Chester, England, water tower. 

Comedy (Thalia) ; by Edward E. 
Simmons. 

Comus; by H. O. Walker. 

Confucius, lawgiver; by John La 
Farge. 

Corrupt legislation ; by Elihu Ved- 
der. 

Dance (Terpsichore) ; by Edward E. 
Simmons. 

Dumfries, Scotland, Caerlaverock 
castle. 

Egyptian hieroglyphics; by John W. 
Alexander. 

Endymion; by H. O. Walker. 

Epic poetry (Calliope) ; by Edward 
E. Simmons. 

Euphrosyne ; by Frank W. Benson. 
Family (The) ; by Charles Sprague 
Pearce. 



152 



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uos. 13-17, Apr., 1909 



10741 



Turner (Horace K.) co. — Continued. 

Farragut monument, Madison square. 
New York city ; by Augustus St. Gau- 
dens. 

Ganymede; by H. O. Walker. 

Good administration; by Eliiiu Ved- 
der. 

Government ; by Elihu Vedder.. 

Harwarden. Wales, Harwarden cas- 
tle. 1, 2. 

Hearing ; by Robert Reid. 

Hercules ; by Walter McEwen. 

History (Clio) ; by Edward E. Sim- 
mons. 

Jackson (Gen. T. J.) ; bv John A. 
Elder. 

Jason ; by Walter McEwen. 

Justinian ; by John La Farge. 

Knowledge ; by Robert Reid. 

Labor ; by Charles Sprague Pearce. 

Lake district, England. 1-4. 

Lauterbrunnen valley, Switzerland. 

Lee (Gen. Robert E.) ; by John A. 
Elder. 

Lincoln, England, cathedral. 1-6. 

London, England. 1-8. 

Love poetry (Erato) ; by Edward E. 
Simmons. 

Lycurgus, lawgiver; by John La 
Farge. 

Lyric poetry; by H. O. Walker. 

Lyric poetry (Euterpe) ; by Edward 
E. Simmons. 

Manuscript book; by John W. Alex- 
ander. 

Mohammed, lawgiver; by John La 
Farge. 

Moral and divine law; by John La 
Farge. 

Moses ; by John La Farge. 

Mount Vernon, Va. 1-6. 

Miirren, Switzerland. 1-3. 

Numa, lawgiver; by John La Farge. 

Oral tradition ; by John W. Alex- 
ander. 

Orpheus; by Walter McEwen. 

Paris ; by Walter McEwen. 

Paris, France. 1-11. 

Peace ; by Gari Melchers. 

Peace and prosperity ; by Elihu Ved- 
der. 

Perseus ; by Walter McEwen. 

Peterborough, England, cathedral. 



1-A. 



Philosophy; by Robert Reid. 



Turner ( Horace K. ) co. — Continued. 

Picture writing; by John W. Alex- 
ander. 

Printing press ; by John W. Alex- 
ander. 

Prometheus; by Walter McEwen. 

Recording of precedents; by John 
La Farge. 

Recreation; by Charles Sprague 
Pearce. 

Relation of the individual to the 
state; by John La Farge. 

Religion ; by Charles Sprague 
Pearce. 

Rest; by Charles Sprague Pearce. 

Sacred song (Polyhymnic) ; by Ed- 
ward E. Simmons. 

Sciences (The) ; by Kenyon Cox. 

Sight; by Robert Reid. 

Smell ; by Robert Reid. 

Spring; by Bela L. Pratt. 

by Frank W. Benson. 

Stratford-upon-Avon, England, Trin- 
ity church. 1-3. 

Study; by Charles Sprague Pearce. 

Summer; by Bela L. Pratt. 

by Frank W. Benson. 

(H 124695-124819, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Sunset glow; by George Riecke. (H 
123857. Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Taste; by Robert Reid. 

Thalia; by Frank W. Benson. 

Theseus ; by Walter McEwen. 

Touch ; by Robert Reid. 

Tragedy (Melpomene) ; by Edward 
E. Simmons. 

Understanding ; by Robert Reid. 

Uriel ; by H. O. Walker. 

Uses of wealth ; by Edwin H. Blash- 
field. 

War ; by Gari Melchers. 

Washington, D. C. 1-6. 

Winter ; by Bela L. Pratt. 

■ by Frank W. Benson. 

Wisdom; by Robert Reid. 

Wolf charmer; by John La Farge. 

York, England. 1, 2. 

(H 124820-124840, Mar. 25, 1909.) 
Tyler, photographer, New York, N. Y. 

[10738 

Courtney (Mrs. Basil S.). A. (H 
125529, Apr. 9, 1909.) 
Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 
[10739-10741 

Merry Christmas brother. ( F 74981, 
Apr. 1, 1909.) 



153 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



10742 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Ullman mfg. co. — Continued. 

Merry Christmas to you, brother. 
(F 749S0, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Teddykin. (H 123782, Feb. 17, 
1909.)* 

Cndebhill (Irving), Jersey City, N. J. 
[10742-10756 
Hoboken, N. J., statue of Sam Sloan. 
C 6912. (H 122851, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Jersey City, N. J. C 7003-C 7006, 
C 7010, C 7011. (H 124610-124615, 
Mar. 23, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y. E 417, E 418, C 
6935, C 6940, C 6994, C 6993. (H 
124387-124392, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

National city bank, C 6929. ( H 

122853, Feb. 11, 1909.) 

Vestal (U. S. N. collier) C 6928. 
(H 122852, Feb. 11, 1909.) 
2 c of each Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Underwood & Underwood, New York, 

N. Y. [10757-10856 

[Stereoscopic photographs] U 
43535, U 73861, U 109281, U 115534, U 
116148, U 116151, U 116152. (H 
123756-123762, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

U 40752, U 107494, U 115288, 

U 116142, U 116143. (H 123874- 
123878, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

U 72592, U 74005, U 97353, U 

97355, U 97378, U 97876, U 112547, U 
113048, U 113454, U 115203, U 115208, 
U 115253, U 115618, U 116061, U 
116073, U 116086, U 116089, U 116149, 
U 116153. (H 123989-124007, Mar. 15, 
1909.) 

U 43715, U 43S06, U 77749, U 

92841. (H 124200-124203. Mar. 16, 
1909.) 

U 34343, U 107323, U 107333, U 

115279, U 115442, U 115600, U 115765, 
U 115814, U 116150, U 116154, U 116155, 
U 116156, U 116158. (H 124270- 
124282, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

U 40374, U 40426, U 40477, U 

40523, U 40526, U 40527, U 40540, U 
40541, U 49351, U 107497, U 115613, U 
116033, U 116159. (H 124426-124438, 
Mar. 20, 1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 22, 
1909.) 

U 33421, U 45203, U 91743, U 

104194, U 106417, U 109031, U 113107, 
U 114099, U 115233, U 115338, U 
115429, U 115626. (H 124650-124661, 
Mar. 24, 1909.) 

U 34541, U 57771, U 78398, U 

99398. (H 124883-124886, Mar. 26, 
1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 27, 1909.) 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

U 91845, U 93084, U 101854, U 

104896, U 116039, U 116050, U 116053. 
(H 124950, 124944, 124949, 124945- 
124948, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

U 81019, U 81144. (H 125063, 

125064, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

U 38481, U 99338, U 116157. 

(H 125119-125121, Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 1, 1909.) 

U 34530, U 96849, U 96872, U 

96908, U 96990, U 116117, U 116166. 
(H 125202-125208, Apr. 2, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 5, 1909.) 

U 99394, U 103289, U 103399, U 

113774. (H 125272-125275, Apr. 3, 
1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Union Pacific tea co., New York, 
N. Y. [10857 

Easter morning. (F 74364, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

United States lithograph company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. [10858-10S81 

[Poster] 11903. (G 20940, Feb. 15, 
1909.)* 

11898, 11992. (G 20985, 20986, 

Feb. 20, 1909.*) 

11923. (G 21010, Feb. 26, 

1909.*) 

11938. (G 21031, Mar. 1, 1909 ; 

2 c. Mar. 1, 1909.) 

11999. ( G 21094, Mar. 3, 1909. ) 

11932. ( G 21114, Mar. 5, 1909 ; 

2 c. Mar. 5, 1909.) 

11935, 12008. (G 21127, 21128, 

Mar. 8, 1909.) 

11934. (G 21141, Mar. 11, 

1909.) 

11980, 12029. (G 21174, 21173, 

Mar. 15, 1909.) 

12007. ( G 21179, Mar. 17, 1909 ; 

2 c. Mar. 17, 1909.) 

11994, 11997, 12000, 12001, 12009, 

12010, 12011. 12015, 12055. (G 21188- 
21196, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

11987, 12066. (G 21235, 21234, 

Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Up-to-date advertising co., Canisteo, 
N. Y. [10882, 10883 

Billy 'possum the winner. (F 74276, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Good times am a comin'. (F 74275, 
Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Varney (J. C), Haverhill, Mass. 

[10884, 10885 
Graham (Rev. John J.) 1 J. (H 
124229, Mar. 9, 1909.) 



154 



nos. 13-17, Apr., 1909 

Varney (J. C.) — Continued. 

2 G. (H 124230. Mar. 9, 1909; 

2 c. Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Vinall (H. N.), Crete, Nebr. 

[10S86, 10887 

Capitol by searchlight. (H 125399, 
Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Searchlight. (H 125400, Apr. 6, 
1909.) 

Vitagraph co. of America, New York, 
N. Y. [10888-10900 

Auto maniac. (H 124899, Mar. 27, 
1909.) 

Brave Irish lass. (H 123953, Mar. 
13, 1909.) 

Children of the plains. (H 124224, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Cohen at Coney Island. (H 124227, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Cohen's dream of Conev Island. (H 
123952, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Cure for rheumatism. (H 123858, 
Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Friend in the enemy's camp. (H 
123951, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Home at last. (H 123859, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

King Lear; Shakespeare's tragedy. 
(H 124225, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Life drama of Napoleon Bonaparte 
and Empress Josephine of France. (H 
124898, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Napoleon. The man of destiny. (H 
124897, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Shepherd's daughter. (H 123950, 
Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Wooden Indian. (H 124226, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

Waldron (May), Portland, Oregon. 

[10901-10904 

Forget-me-nots. (H 124668, Mar. 
24, 1909.) 

Japanese girl. 1-3. (H 124665- 
124667, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Walsh (Michael J.), Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y. [10905-10910 

Poughkeepsie fire dept, Poughkeep- 
sie, N. Y. 1-6. (H 125585-125590, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Ward (Marcus) co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[10911 
Spray of holly. (G 21180, Mar. 18, 
1909.) 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 111. 

[10912, 10913 
Rockford, 111., Illinois farmers in- 
stitute, 1909. 1, 2. (H 124010, 124011, 
Mar. 15. 1909.) 



10969 

Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 111. 

[10914-10917 
Chester (U. S. S.). (H 125059, Mar. 
30, 1909.) 

Salem (U. S. S.). H 125060, Mar. 
30, 1909.) 

Newport. R. I., U. S. naval training 
station. 1, 2. (H 125074, 125075, Mar. 
27, 1909.) 

Watertown post card co., Watertown, 
S. Dak. [1091S 

Fourth infantry band, S. Dak. N. G. 
(H 124330, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Watts (Mrs. G. F.), Great Britain. 

[10919 
Love triumphant. (F 74755, Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

Webber (H. H.), Great Falls, Mont. 

[10920 
Guter (Ein) tropfen, ein lustig lied. 
(H 123687, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Weil, Lorimieb & Greenbaum, New 
York, N. Y. [10921 

Christian science. (F 74756, Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

Weisbrodt (H. W.) co., Cincinnati. 
Ohio. [10922, 10923 

Morning drive. (F 74816, Mar. 27, 
1909.) 

Picture hat. (F 74817, Mar. 27, 
1909.) 

Wellman (George Theran), Sheldon, 
Iowa. [5 photographs] 

[10924-10928 
Banin cottage Kilkenny. — Convent 
garden theatre, London, 1821. — Grave 
of John Banin. — Lacken walk and 
River Nore. — Michael Banin school 
house. (H 124403-124407, Mar. 19, 
1909.) 

West (L. E.), Rock Island, 111. 

[10929-10937 
Rock Island arsenal. 1-9. (H 
125336-125444, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Westermann (Anna Burnham), 
New York, N. Y. [1093S-10942 
Agatha. (F 74331, Mar. 10, 1909.) 
Alice. (F 74333, Mar. 10, 1909.) 
Alma. (F 74330, Mar. 10, 1909.) 
Beatrice. (F 74800, Mar. 26, 1909.) 
Bernice. (F 74823, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Westermann (L. A.) co., New York. 
N. Y. [10943-10969 

Adelaide. (F 74387, Mar. 11, 1909.) 
Agnes. (F 74295, Mar. 9, 1909.) 
Agnes. (F 74591, Mar. 19, 1909.) 



155 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



10970 



pt. IV, 11. s., v. 4 



Westermann (L. A.) co. — Continued. 
Amelia. (P 74371, Mar. 11, 1909.) 
Anabel. (F 74389, Mar. 11, 1909.) 
Angelina. (F 74388, Mar. 11, 1909.) 
Anna. (F 74296, Mar. 9, 1909.) 
Anticipation. (F 74506, Mar. 16, 

1909.) 

Bear. (F 74593, Mar. 19, 1909.) 
Beauties. (F 74589, Mar. 19, 1909.) 
Bessie. (F 74583, Mar. 19, 1909.) 
Bets. (F 74592, Mar. 19, 1909.) 
Business. (F 74590, Mar. 19, 1909.) 
Captive. (F 74917, Mar. 31, 1909.) 
Cardinal. (F 74820, Mar. 27, 1909.) 
Career. (F 74822, Mar. 27, 1909.) 
Carnation. (F. 74923, Mar. 31, 

1909.) 

Carrier. (F 74924, Mar. 31, 1909.) 
Caterers. (F 74799, Mar. 26, 1909.) 
Catherine. (F 74796, Mar. 26, 1909.) 
Cecelia. (F 74922, Mar. 31, 1909.) 
Charles. (F 74821, Mar. 27, 1909.) 
Christina. (F 74967, Apr. 1, 1909.) 
Clarice. (F 74797, Mar. 26, 1909.) 
Commercial. (F 74798, Mar. 26, 

1909. ) 

Complication 

1909.) 

Crank. (F 



(F 74942, Mar. 31, 



Wheeler ( Cleora 
Minn. 
Young 



74966, Apr. 1, 1909.) 
Clark ) . 



St. Paul, 

[10970 

women's Christian associa- 



tion. 
1909.) 



Ex libris. (F 74617, Mar. 20, 



company. North Ben- 
[10971-11015 
(H 124311, 



510-A. 



White (PI. C.) company — Continued. 

Consular bluff near Ching Kiong, 
China. 4444. (H 124024, Mar. 15, 
1909. ) 

Danger! Beware of the dog. 6227. 
(H 124517, Mar. 22, 1909.) 



Good friends. 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Hong Kong, 
124023, Mar. 15, 

Inauguration 
Washington, D. 



6229. 



(H 124519, 
4442. (H 



White (H. C.) 
nington, Vt 

Alster basin 
Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Amsterdam, Holland, central rail- 
way station. 6846. (H 124302. Mar. 
1, 1909.) 

Anxious moment. 5271. (H 124514, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Automatic developing machine. (H 

125138, Apr. 1, 1909.) 
Automatic printing machine. (H 

125139, Apr. 1, 1909.) 
Baldwin making record tight rope 

walk. (H 124520, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Big catch. 5270. (H 124513, Mar. 
22, 1909.) 

Brighton, England. 2623. (H 124021, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Cathedral from railway bridge. 
448-A. (H 124310, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

156 



China. 
1909.) 

of President Taft, 
C. 9951-9962. (H 
124905-124916, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

London, England. 2614-2619. 2622. 
(H 124014-124020, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Macao, China. 4441. 4445. (H 
124022, 124025, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Main wood-working room. (H. 
125140, Apr. 1, 1909. 

Method by which stereoscope lenses 
are ground. (H 125141, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y. 81, 98. (H 124510, 
124511, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Old arched bridge over canal near 
Kin Kiang, China. 4446. (H 124026, 
Mar. 15, 1909.) 

One of nature's freaks, a double- 
horned ram. 6225. (H 124516, Mar. 
22, 1909.) 

Press room. (H 125142, Apr. 1. 
1909.) 

Real Teddy bear. 6228. (H 124518, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Section of assembling room. (H. 
125143, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

She loves me, she loves me not. 
5272. (H 124515, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Train robber holding up a train. 
5429. (H 124512, Mar. 22, 1909.) 



Whiteiikad & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 
[11016-11021 

Appointment (The) (F 74417, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

At the races. (F 74418, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Easter exhibit. (F 74416, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

High noon. (F 74419, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Mountain ranger. (F 74420, Mar. 
12, 1909.) 

Revising the tariff. (F 74530, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 



VlEDERS 


EIM 


( Grace 


G.), 


Overbrook, 


Pa. 








[11022 


April 

909.) 


fool 


s. (F 


74560 


Mar. 18, 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 13-17, Apr.. 1909 



11090 



(Charles). South Omaha, 
[11023 

(F 74794, 



WlLFOBD 

Nebr. 

Effects of the storm. 
Mar. 20. 1909.) 
Williams (Frank 



W.), Chicago, 111. 
[11024-11035 
Collection of fruit. — Collection of 
game. — Coming from market. — Flower 
and fruit study. — Summer in Hol- 
land. — Winter in Finland. [6 prints] 
(F 74358-74363, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

After the rain. — Choice fruits. — 

Gypsy shepherdess.— King of the 

forest. — Morning. — River Wye. [6 

chromos] (G 21142-21147, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Williams (John), inc., New York, 

X. Y. [11036 

National ensign which inspired 

Francis Scott Key. (H 124670. Mar. 

25, 1909.) 

Williams (P. R.), Bisbee, Ariz. [11037 
Bisbee fire. Oct. 1908. (H 123779, 
Mar. 9. 1909: 2 c. Feb. 24, 1909.) 



Winans bros.. Basin Harbor, Vt. 

[11038-11039 

First steamboat on Lake Champlain. 
(F 75162, Apr. 8. 1909.) 

Steamer Franklin. (F 75163, Apr. 
S, 1909.) 

Wischmeyer (Philip). Ozette, Wash. 
[11040-11041 

Giant fir near Royal. Wash. (H 
124474, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Nature's work in western Washing- 
ton forest. (H 124475, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Wiseman (W. H.), Alton 111. [11042 
Alton, 111. (H 125346, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Wolf (Ernst). New York, N. Y. 

[11043 
Song (The) (H 125485, Apr. 7, 
1909.) 

Wolf (Henry) New York, N. Y. 

[11044 
Stevenson ( Robert Louis ) f F 74678, 
Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Women's federation. Elmira. N. Y. 

[11045 
Federation building. (H 123703, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) " 

Wood ( Harry), Kansas City, Mo. 

[11046-11050 

Intellectual pup. (F 74225, Mar. 8, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1909.) 

(F 74471, Mar. 15, 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 17, 1909.) 



Wood (Harry) — Continued. 

(F 74650. Mar. 22. 1909; 2 c. 

Mar. 24, 1909.) 

(F 74877. Mar. 29. 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 2, 1909.) 

(F 75107. Apr. 5. 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 

7, 1909.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New York, N. Y. 

[11051-11090 
Bub, he's always to blame. (F 

74190, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

(F 74453, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74621, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74825, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75034, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75239, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Kid cut ups puzzle. (F 74195. Mar. 
6, 1909.) 

(F 74457, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74625, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74S30, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75037, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75243, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 74193* 

Mar. 6, 1909.) 

(F 74455, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74623, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74828, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

74189, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

(F 74451, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74619. Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74824, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75032, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

■ (F 75238, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Things as they ought to be. (F 

74194, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

(F 74454, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74622, Mar. 20. 1909.) 

(F 74827, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

• (F 75035, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75242, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Those ridiculous questions. (F 

74192, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

■ (F 74456, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74624, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74829, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75036, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75241, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Wags, the dos that adopted a man, 

« F 74191, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

(F 74452, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

(F 74620, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

(F 74*26. Mar. 27, 1909.) 



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11091 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
(F 75033, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

(F 75240, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Wood (W. F.), London, England. 

[11091 
Red admiral. (H 125334, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Woodward & Tiernan prtg. co.. St. 
Louis, Mo. [11092 

Safe. (F 74109, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Woolley (John Rea), Madison, Wis. 

[11093 
Woolley (John G.) (H 123658, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Worthington (B. M. ) , Chicago, 111. 

[11094 
Masonic certificate. (F 74850, Mar. 
29, 1909.) 

Wurlitzer (Rudolph) co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [11095-11097 

Merry widow photo. 1-3. (H 
123641-123643, Mar. 5, 1909.) 



i'OUNG PEOPLE'S MISSIONARY MOVE- 
MENT, New York, N. Y. [11098 
Livingstone (David). (H 124307, 
Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Yule (Hollis John), San Francisco, 

Cal. [11099-11106 

Yosemite valley. 1-8. (H 123719- 

123726, Mar. 6. 1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 

17, 1909.) 

Zeese- Wilkinson co., New York, N. Y. 

[11107 
Oriental beauty. (F 74206, Mar. 5, 
1909; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Zindel (Wm. G.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[8 prints.] [11108-11115 

Canoeing. — Enjoying a daily bath. — 
Floating. — Life guards hospital tent. — 
Lifting the lid. — One of the novel 
sights. — Taking a sun bath. — Young's 
residence, a million dollar pier. (F 
744S1-74488. Mar. 15, 1909.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Catalogue 

since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit- _ 3, 722 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 852 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 5, 765 



158 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 
been received on the day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, 
would read : " Copyright by Adam Emory Albright, Edison, 111. Class I, XXc, no. 
29004, April 2, 1909 ; 1 photograph received April 2, 1909." 






Albright (Adam Emoby), Edison 111. 

[11116 
Sculpin (A). Two children, a boy 
and girl seated upon a rock. (I 29004, 
Apr. 2, 1909.) 

American lithographic co., New York, 
N. Y. [11117-11119 

Childhood. Full face bust portrait 
of little girl, her arms are resting 
upon a table. (I 28T13, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Curve king. Diamond of a baseball 
field, containing young man in base- 
ball costume holding ball. (I 28835, 
Mar 25, 1909.) 

To the rescue. Two boys carrying 
girl on their arms are wading in river. 
(I 29036, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

American tobacco co., New York, 

N. Y. [11120 

Jack roses. A Jack rose in the heart 

of which is seen the face of a young 

woman. (I 28710, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Anaconda copper mining co., Ana- 
conda, Mont. [11121 
Washoe smelter. Birds-eye view. 
(I 28665, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Anargyros (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[11122 
Tobacco field in Turkey. People 
picking tobacco leaves, two men in 
foreground. (I 28694, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Arnot (Robert), Paris, France. 

[11123, 11124 

Cockfight (A), by Czocchi. Pair of 
cocks in combat, the battle being wit- 
nessed by five Grecian girls. (I 28786, 
Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Moorish dancing girl, by Aureli. 
Young woman dressed in national garb, 
right arm extended outwardly, turban 
draped around head and neck. (I 
28785, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Aronson ("Louis V.), Newark, N. J. 

[11125, 11126 
Gobbo, the god of good luck. Model, 
of God of Good luck, in a sitting posi- 
tion on a cushion, less crossed. (I 
29049, Apr. 7, 1909.) 



Aronson (Louis V.) — Continued. 

Lincoln's Gettysburg speech. Tablet 
containing Lincoln's Gettysburg speech, 
rectangular in shape, on upper part 
bust of Lincoln surrounded by a coat 
of arms. (I 28731, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Art students league of New York, 
New York, N. Y. [11127 

Blocked head in plaster. Conven- 
tionalization of human head cast in 
three separate pieces. (I 28843, Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

Bagg (H. H.), Lincoln, Nebr. [11128 
Stampede (The). Herd of buffalo 
rushing across the prairie. (I 28687, 
Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Barker (Everett Berman), Los An- 
geles, Cal. [11129 
Broken arrow series. No. 1. Two 
cupids with bow and arrows broken, 
use muscular force to reconcile two 
lovers. (I 29012, Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Bartlett (William Henry), London, 
England. [11130 

End of the fair — back to the island. 
A party of peasants are taking a herd 
of cattle from mainland to an island. 
(I 28892, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Belle Mead sweets makers, Trenton,. 
N. J. [11131 

Winning her hand. Open box of 
confectionery, lady's hand taking 
chocolate from box. (I 28984, Mar. 31, 
1909.) 

Belnord realty co.. of New York, New 
York, N. Y. [11132 

Belnord apartments; by W. A. Hew- 
lett. Elevation of the Belnord apart- 
ment house in course of construction. 
(I 28784, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Bexnett (Jeanne E.) and Hawks 
(Rachel M.), Baltimore, Md. 

[11133 
Jolly pup. Statue of a puppy seated 
in front of his house, a bowl in front of 
him. (T 28778, Mar. 18. 1909.) 



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pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



Biagiotti (Louis), New York, N. Y. 

[11134 
Easter girl. Young girl in morning 
dress, carrying a basket of flowers. (I 
28592, Mar. 5, 1009.) 

Billiken co.. Chicago, 111. 

[11135-ni3S 
Billiken. Head with hair in a top 
knot or peak, broad smile and eyes 
partly closed, head mounted on a flex- 
ible body. (I 29015, Apr. 5. 1909.) 

Billiken. 1-3. Small figure, broad 
smile on face, eves nearly closed. (I 
28788-28790, Mai-. 20, 1909.) 

Birney (W. Yerplaxck). New York. 
X. Y. [11139-11142 

Bit of blarney. Half length figure 
of Irishman seated, long stemmed pipe 
in mouth. (I 28727. Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Card trick. Interior of large room, 
three men around a table, one standing 
holding a card above head. (I 29050. 
Apr. 7, 1909.) 

My busy day. A man seated asleep 
in a chair before an open fire. (I 
2S721, Mar. 15. 1909.) 

Twice told tale. Three men before 
fire, around a table set with remains 
of light repast. (I 29051. Apr. 7, 
1909.) 

Block pros, topacco co.. New York. 

N. Y. [11143 

Chief (The). Bust portrait of an 

Indian in semi-clothed condition. (I 

28712. Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Boileatj (Philip), New York, N. Y. 

[11144 
Sisters. Head and shoulders of two 
girls, wearing bats. (I 28691, Mar. 
11, 1909.) 

Booker tobacco co.. Lynchburg, Ya. 

[11145 
Burley cubs. Six Teddy bears on a 
see-saw. (I 29056, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Boston sculpture co., Melrose, Mass. 

[11146 
Lincolu (Abraham) : by Kafaello 
Gironi. Statue of Lincoln in a stand- 
ing position, left foot advanced, left 
hand clasping lapel of coat. (I 2S816. 
Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Brain ard (Raymond C. l New York. 
N. Y. TH147 

Marathon runner. A male runner 
in act of running with head held high, 
right arm bent at the elbow. (I 
28590. Mar. 5, 3909.) 



Brown Durrell co.. New York, N. Y. 

[11148 

Our baby. Baby wearing pleased 

expression, and looking at some object 

in the foreground. (I 28776, Mar. 18, 

1909.) 

Chtjbch (Frederic Stuart), New 

York. N. Y. [11149-11152 

Flamingos. Young girl seated on 

: bank, foot in water, holding water lily. 

; flamingo in water. (I 28829. Mar. 

! 25, 1909.) 

Shepherdess (The). Young girl 
| holding lamb in her lap and shepherd's 
! crook in left hand. (I 28828. Mar. 25, 
1909.) 

Spring (A) song. Young girl in 
shepherdess costume seated on bank 
holding lamb. (I 28831, Mar. 25. 
1909.) 

Spring song. Young girl listening to 
song of little bird. (I 28830, Mar. 25. 
1909.) 



Coca cola co.. Atlanta, Ga. 



[11153 



Carissima. Girls head, large hat 
with feathers and a rose in front. (I 
29052. Apr. 7. 1909.) 

: Collier (P. F.) & sox. New York, 
N. Y. [11154-11158 

April showers; by Maxfield Parrish. 
i Bareheaded little boy holding an 
I immense umbrella over himself. (I 
! 288S7, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Grass fire; by Frederic Remington. 
Band of Indians on a prairie. (I 
28888, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Memories of an Easter past; by 
Charles Dana Gibson. Young girl 
j dressed in the fashion of a by-gone 
day, simbonnet tied under her chin. 
(I 29035, Apr. 5, 1909.) 
One of our leisure class: by Charles 
: Dana Gibson. A delicate, tired-look- 
ing woman seated before a sewing 
machine, on a box on the opposite side 
of the room slouches a man. (I 28S89, 
Mar. 29. 1909.) 

Suffragette husband: by Charles 

i Dana Gibson. A strong-faced female 

I seated at one side of a table casting 

glances at a meek-looking man on the 

other side. (I 2S773, Mar. 17. 1909; 

1 photo Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Comastri (A.) & soxs. New York, 
N. Y. [11159 

Billy Possum. Statue of a possum, 
he is restiug beside a trunk of a tree. 
(I 28565, Mar. 1, 1909; 1 photo Mar. 
13, 1909.) 



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11190 



Coon (Joseph A.), Now York. N. Y. 

[11160-11175 

At the restaurant. Two males and 
one female person with large heads. 
(I 28871, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Board walk. Young man anil young 
girl with large heads walking on a 
board walk. (I 2SS72, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Canoeing. Male and female figure 
in a eanoe. (I 2SSG5. Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Dancing. Male and female figure, 
both having large exaggerated heads. 
(I 2SS64, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Flirtation. Male and female figure 
with exaggerated heads, female figure 
holding dog. (I 2SS69, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Golfing. Two figures, male and 
female, female figure with golf club 
at rest. (I 2SS63, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

In a cozy corner. Male and female 
figure, female seated on a couch. (I 
2SS70, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Lucky dogs. Three figures, one 
female and two males with large 
heads. (I 2S874, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Moonlight. Male and female figure 
with large heads sitting on a mound. 
(I 28S73, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Motoring. Male and female in an 
automobile. (I 28877, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

On the ropes. Female figure with 
large head. (I 28867, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Quo Yadis. Allegorical, composed of 
three figures, two male and one female. 
(I 28878, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Promenading. Female figure walk- 
ing. (I 28866, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Rowing. Male and female figures 
with exaggerated heads in a row boat. 
(I 28876, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Spooners. Male and female figure 
with exaggerated heads, embracing. 
(I 28868, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Sunshine. Male and female figures 
seated on a mound at the seashore. (I 
28875, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Copelaxd (Hugh B.), Denver, Colo. 

[11176 
Imperial order of Muscovites. An 
emblem in the ancient history of Rus- 
sia, bear's head, two triangles and 
lamp. (I 28893, Mar. S, 1909.) 

Cosgrove (William N.), Faribault, 
Minn. [11177 

Queens of the inland ocean. Two 
statues erected on pedestals, one hand 
of statues pointing to zenith star, other 
hand to trains. CI 28993, Apr. 1, 
1909.) 



Couse (E. I.), New York, N. Y. 

[11178-11182 

Connoisseur (The) Indian seated 
on ground before a large decorated 
earthen oyah. (I 28781, Mar. 18, 
1909.) 

Indian artist. Young brave seated 
before rudely made easel, Indian is 
inserting brush in bowl. (I 28779, 
Mar. IS, 1909.) 

Love call. Young brave seated on a 
rock, playing reed instrument with 
both hands. (I 28783, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Voice of the falls. Two young 
Indians seated on the downward slope 
of stream at the ledge of the falls. (I 
28780, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Young herder. Little Indian child, 
dog by his side, driving flock of sheep. 
(I 28782, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Crane (J. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[11183-11185 

Fishing village in Brittany. Quay 
of a French fishing town, number of 
fishing boats at right. (I 28685, Mar. 
11, 1909.) 

Glimpse of the Grand Canal, Venice. 
Sailing vessels at anchor, the first is 
fastened to a mooring. (I 28686, Mar. 
11, 1909.) 

In the heart of old New England. 
Midsummer landscape in New Eng- 
land, farm house, many trees around 
the house and vines grow over the 
house. (I 28690, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Crites (Willard R.), Coshocton, Ohio. 

[11186 
Spoiled kid. Little girl with china 
headed doll in her arms, tongue stick- 
ing out. (I 28774, Mar. 18, 1909.) 

Crockett (William G.), South Nor- 
walk, Conn. [11187 

Savannah (Steamship). Three- 
masted square rigged vessel with sails 
set, smoke pouring from tall stack. 
(I 28832, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Crowell pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[11188 

Little pink boy. Small boy in 

bloomer suit holding string to which 

is attached toy dog. (I 28814. Mar. 

23, 1909.) 

Curran (Chas. C), New York, N. Y. 
[11189, 11190 

Concert (The) Young girl playing 
on toy piano, a number of dolls in 
chair at right. (I 28629, Mar. 8, 1909.) 

Hawk (The) Four boys on rock at 
lower edge of picture watching a hawk. 
(I 28630, Mar. 8, 1909.) 



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11191 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Curtis (Leslie L.), Oneonta, N. Y. 

[11191 

Huntington (Collis P.) Bas-relief, 
profile wearing hat. (I 28856, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston, Mass. 

[11192 

Easter offering; by Ethel Wright. 
Girl, in robe, in her left hand she 
holds a spray of lillies. (I 28884, Mar. 
29, 1909.) 
Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 111. 

[11193-11197 I 

Altar made in Gothic style. St. 
Joseph altar having statue of St. 
Joseph with Child in niche. (I 28833, I 
Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Shrine for statue used in churches 
or chapels. Dome is shown in lattice- 
work on either side of which are 
spires. (I 29071, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Statue known as the Sacred Heart 
of Jesus. Fine expression of the face j 
and head, looking downwards, right J 
hand is extended. (I 29069, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Tabernacle angel for left side of 
tabernacle on altar. Statue, angel 
kneeling on the right knee in an ador- 
ing position. (I 29068, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Tabernacle angel for right side of 
tabernacle on altar. Statue, angel 
kneeling on the left knee in an ador- 
ing position, hands are crossed. (I 
29070, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Davis (Charles E.), Portland, Maine. 

[11198 

Peering toward the North pole. Two 

figures in Artie dress and three dogs 

facing bright sky with northern light 

effect shown. (I 28791, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Davis (William Steeple), Orient, 
N. Y. [11199-11200 

Drying sails. Two fishing sloops, 
stern view, lying side by side at a 
wharf. (I 28668, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Most dinner time. Cat, looking up 

at a clock, placed on a mantel shelf. 

(1 28669, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Denivelle (Edward), Mount Vernon, 

N. Y. [11201 

Billykin: God of things as they 
should be. Base with a back, on base 
is seated a grotesque figure, with large 
feet, the hands of the figure rest on its 
body. (I 28683, Mar. 11, 1909.) 
Dowell (Mrs. Ethel H.), Greeley, 
Colo. [11202-11203 

Columbine (Aquilegia coerulea) 1. 
Two flowers and one bud resting in 
diagonal position. (I 28796, Mar. 20, 
1909.) 



Dowell (Mrs. Ethel H.) — Continued. 

■ 2. Two flowers and one bud 

arranged in wreath-like effect. (I 
28797, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Ducros (Louis), Clearwater, Fla. 

[11204 
Colorado Dan, Trixie and Spitfire. 
Cow boy on his pony, riding behind 
him is his sweetheart, both on same 
horse. (I 28627, Mar. 5, 1909. 1 photo 
Feb. 23, 1909.) 

Eaton (Chas. Warren), New York, 

N. Y. [11205 

Road in old Flanders. Summer 

landscape showing Flemish road. (I 

28693, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Edwards (Howard S.), Atlantic City. 
N. J. [11206, 11207 

And mama hasn't spoke to papa 
since. Intoxicated man, collar and tie 
disarrayed. (I 29011, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

If pa was a mongrel its none of your 
damn business. Ugly dog, tongue pro- 
truding, long tail. (I 29010, Apr. 3, 
1909.) 

El well (Frank Edwin), Weehawken, 
N. J. [11208 

Heroic statue of Lincoln for the park 
at East Orange, N. J. Representing 
Lincoln as addressing the people from 
a platform, on the shoulders is a cape. 
(I 28742, Mar. 16, 1909. 1 photo Mar. 
10, 1909.) 

Elwell (R. Farrington), Marquette, 

Wyo. [11209 

Off for the chuck wagon. Six figures 

on horseback, general landscape is an 

open plain. (I 28989, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Etruscan art co., New York, N. Y. 

[11210 

[Bill Possum] ; by Placido Mori. 

Body of an opossum sitting upright 

and having the head of a male human 

being. (I 28656, Mar. 9, 1909.) 

Faught (George N.), Boston, Mass. 

[11211 
Trinity church in Boston. Bas-re- 
lief, view from W.S.W. taking in the 
chapel. (I 28715, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Florentine alabaster co., Chicago, 111. 

[11212 
Nikko monkeys: incense burner. 
Three monkeys sitting upon a lily 
leaf. (I 29014, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Florentine art plaster co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [11213 
Statue of rabbit. Rabbit sitting on 
hind legs, urn of plenty held in fore 
legs. (I 28992, Apr. 1, 1909.) 



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11251 



Fraser (Arthur V.)i Elinhurst, 111. 
[11214-11217 

Caryatide. Statue of a woman iu 
a standing position, the arms are ex- 
tended forward from shoulder and 
bend up at elbow. (I 28719. Mar. 13, 
1909.) 

Fountain. Model, fountain with base 
twice as long as wide, at each end 
a kneeling figure of young girl. (I 
2S706, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Grecian seat and settee or bench. 
The seat is a square platform one 
half the length of base. The bench is 
a combination of two bases of the 
above described seat. (I 2S704, Mar. 
12, 1909.) 

Yase. Model of a vase composed of 
two distinct parts one of which is the 
vase proper. Greek design. (I 28705, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Frost & Eeed. Bristol, England. 

[11218-11220 

Carmen ; by M. Carmack. Head and 
shoulders of young woman. (I 28860, 
Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Viewed away. Hunting scene with 
wooded landscape in the background. 
(I 2SS59, Mar. 27, 1909.) 

Who-hoop. Hunting scene, with 
huntsmen, women and dogs, the latter 
are crowded together in foreground. 
(I 28616, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Gilbert (C. Allan), New York, N. Y. 

[11221 

My southern rose. Young woman 

standing on steps of colonial doorway, 

with hands leaning against pillar. (I 

28723, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Gotland's (I) sons & co., New York, 
N. Y. [11222, 11223 

Pipe girl. Lady wearing directoire 
gown, picture hat with plume, smoking 
pipe. (I 28834, Mar. 25, 1909 ; 1 photo 
Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Strange contrast. Lady with two 
pickaninnies. (I 29078, Apr. 1, 1909; 
1 photo Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Goodrich (B. F.) co., Akron, Ohio. 

[11224 

Innocence. Girl with hair falling 

loosely about her shoulders ; she wears 

a white lace hat. (I 29057. Apr. 7, 

1909.) 

Gross i Edward), New York, N. Y. 

[11225-11238 

Billy. Young girl, college type, left 
hand in pocket of sweater. (I 28703, 
Mar. 12, 1909. ) 



Gross (Edward) — Continued. 

Dixie girl. Head and neck of young 
girl, head turned slightly to one side. 
(I 28701, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Dot. Young girl standing, wears 
stocking cap, jacket sweater, and has 
both hands in pockets. (I 28700, Mar. 
12, 1909.) 

Ella. Young girl, hair parted in 
middle and holding college pennant. 
(I 28699, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Lillian. Young girl, sailor hat, long 
riding coat and holds riding whip. (I 
28697, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Newport girl. Head and neck of 
young girl, head turned to one side. 
(I 2S702, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Poster 40. Young lady standing, 
left hand raised holding Charlotte 
Corday hat. (I 29075, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Poster 41. Young girl in sitting po- 
sition, holding a sailor hat, back of 
the figure is a large letter V. (I 
29076, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Poster 42. Young girl, standing with 
both hands in the pockets of sweater. 
(I 29077, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Poster 43. Young girl, standing, 
right arm hanging down, sailor dress. 
(I 29072, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Poster 44. Young girl, full figure, 
turned to the right, she wears a sweat- 
er, and carries a cane. (I 29073, Apr. 
9, 1909.) 

Poster 45. Young lady standing, 
jacket sweater, turned down collar, 
wide brimmed hat. (I 29074, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Sue. Young girl carrying parasol 
back of her with both hands. (I 
28696, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Winnifred. Young girl standing, 
gloved right hand holding on to fur 
hat. (I 2869S, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Gutmann & Gutmann, New York. 
N. Y. [11239-11251 

Brother had a fever. A little girl 
stands and looks down at her doll, 
she holds a dripping sponge. (I 29155, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Buds. Young girl seated, pink gown 
and hair ribbon, holds rosebud. (I 
28S39, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Bye-bye. A young mother in a fur 
coat carries a baby on her arm. (I 
29153, Apr. 10, 1909.) 



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11252 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Gutmann & Gutmann — Continued. 

Cupid's reflection. Under tree in 
full bloom sits young girl gazing in 
water, Cupid beside her, water reflects 
girl and voung man. (I 28842, Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

First lesson. Little girl seated be- 
fore toy piano, holding baton and look- 
ing at doll on floor. (I 28836, Mar. 25. 
1909.) 

Grand finale. Mission chair repre- 
sents piano, little girl accompanies a 
bov who sings. (I 28837, Mar. 25, 
1909.) 

Loving cup. A young man leans 
over one side of a table and kisses a 
young girl. (I 29154, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Pies that mother used to make. 
Backyard scene. One girl seated on 
board stirring mud, another girl pour- 
ing water out of can. (I 28838, Mar. 
25, 1909.) 

Sweet sixteen. Head of young girl, 
fluffy hair, bowknot at back of neck, 
curl over shoulder. (I 28840, Mar. 25, 
1909.) 

Sweetheart. Pretty young woman, 
low neck gown held by shoulder straps. 
(I 28841, Mar. 25, 1909.) 

Vanquished. Young college girl in 
cap and gown has her foot on cupid. 
(I 29158, Apr. 10,1909.) 

Verdict: Love in the first degree. 
Cupid sitting on a book pointing his 
finger at a young couple sitting on a 
settee. (I 29156, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Victor (The). Cupid leads a young 
man whom he has captured from the 
ball-room adjoining. (I 29157, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

Hamilton, Brown Shoe co., St. Louis, 
Mo. [11252 

Home comfort. Library scene show- 
ing man and woman sitting at a table, 
at the feet of the woman is a little 
girl with open book. (I 28588, Mar. 5, 
1909.) 

Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Ger- 
many. [11253 
Laufenburg; by G. Schoenleber. 
Town of Laufenburg in Germany, a 
church surrounded by houses, a river 
over which a bridge divides the town. 
(I 28625, Mar. 8, 1909.) 



Harmon (William E.), New York, 

N. Y. [11254-11257 

Little farms in New York citv, A-D. 

(I 28994-28997, Mar. 18, 1909: 1 photo 

of each Apr. 1, 1909.) 



Harper & bros.. New York, N. Y. 

[11258-11260 

Katherine and Alice, the lesson in 
English; by Edwin A. Abbey. One 
woman seated wearing crown, one 
woman standing leaning on table. (I 
28S25, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

King Henry : I pray thee bear my 
former answer back; by Edwin A. 
Abbey. Group of soldiers in armor, 
figure blindfolded kneeling between 
two spears. (I 28827, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

King Henry : O God of battles ! steel 
my soldiers' hearts; by Edwin A. 
Abbey. Standing figure of man, in 
robe, hands in attitude of praver. (I 
28826, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Hart (Letitia B.), New York, N. Y. 

[11261 

Old fashioned garden. Garden of 

old fashioned flowers, house in left of 

picture nearly hidden by shrubs. (I 

28726. Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Haseltine (Herbert), Paris, France. 
[11262, 11263 

Edward Seventh's charger Kildare, 
Statue, a charger standing, neck 
slightly curved and ears pointed for- 
ward. (I 29065, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Polo. Statue, two polo players 
mounted on ponies, the ponies are run- 
ning at full speed. (I 29064, Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Hawtin (Wells W.), Chicago, 111. 

[11264 
Miscellaneous group of furniture, 
rugs, &c, with figures of men and 
women. Twenty-nine separate groups, 
arranged together in one large design. 
(I 28730, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Head-ley chocolate co., Baltimore, Md. 

[11265 
Sweet subject. Young lady smiling 
holding a box of confectionery. (I 
29066, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Hintermeister (J. Hy.), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [11266 

Directoire. Bust picture of young 
girl in costume of Directoire time, 
large hat, tied under chin. (I 28733, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 



Hirschberg (Alice), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[11267 

Little brother. Summer landscape, 
two children in field, doll lies on 
grass between the children. (I 28692, 
Mar. 11, 1909.) 

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11395 



Hofmann (B.), Rutherford. N. Y. 

[11268-11351 ' 
Post card designs: Book and Swas- 
tika, Series 2080, A-L ; Christmas 
holly designs. Series 20S3 A-L. Series : 
20S4 A-F : New Year's greetings, j 
Series 20S6 A-F ; Greetings to Ireland, 
Series 2092 A-L : Thanksgiving greet- i 
ings, Series 2096 Aa-Al, Series 2096 j 
A-F, H-M : Hallowe'en greetings, 
Series 2097 A-L. (I 2SS96-29979. 
Mar. 29, 1909: 1 photo of each Feb. 24, ; 
1909. ) 

Hooper (Edward Lee), Modesto, Cal. j 

[11352 
Effects of cigarette smoking. Three 
separate life-size figures. (I 29030. 
Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Hunt (Woodbury E.) co.. Concord. 
N. H. [11353-11367 

Brown-eyed Susan ; by It. Ford Har- 
per (Ruth H. Hammer slough). Young 
woman holding great Dane dog. (I 
28725, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Christmas belle; by C. Allan Gil- 
bert. Head and bust of female, 
wreath of mistletoe on head. (I 28810, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Christmas toast; by C. Allan Gil- 
bert. Man, standing by table, holding 
large steaming loving cup. (I 28807, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Continued drought. Two children, 
one holding glass in lap, other holding 
glass in act of drinking through a 
straw. (I 28795, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Contrition; by Netta M. Filer. 
Picture in three sections, 1st, child 
with watering pot sprinkling flowers 
on lady's hat; 2nd, child with mother; 
3rd. mother seated on floor, child in 
her arms. (I 28724, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Fair and warmer. Two children 
playing on shore, one seated with pail, 
the other standing with fan. (I 28793, 
Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Falling temperature. Two children 
ii) winter costume, one standing with 
sled, the other falling on ice. (I 28794, 
Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Frisco ; by Carl Kahler. Angora cat 
seated before mirror, reflection of cat 
in mirror, at left of cat is shown carafe 
and jewel box. (I 28800, Mar. 22, 
1909.) 

Frost green : by C. Allan Gilbert. 
Female head outlined against moon, 
background of holly and icicles. (I 
28808. Mar. 22. 1909.) 



Hunt (Woodbury E.) co.— Continued. 

Little Red Riding Hood ; by Charles 
C. Curran. Little girl, basket in right 
hand. (I 28728, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

My holly maid ; by C. Allan Gilbert. 
Face of female showing through wreath 
of holly. (I 28812, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

My lady love; by Netta M. Filer. 
Half length figure of young woman in 
winter costume. (I 28722, Mar. 15, 
1909.) 

Rain, strong easterly winds. Two 
children, one with umbrella spread, 
the other with umbrella wrong side 
out. (I 28792, Mar. 20, 1909.) 

Spirit of Christmas ; by C. Allan 
Gilbert. Face of female, showing 
through mass of snow inside wreath 
of holly. (I 28809, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Under the mistletoe; by C. Allan 
Gilbert. Male and female heads, fac- 
ing each other, outline by circle, bunch 
of mistletoe suspended at top of circle. 
( I 28811. Mar. 22. 1909. ) 

Hygienic food co.. Battle Creek. Mich. 

[11368 

Demonstrator (The). Young woman 

in garb of cook standing at a table 

upon which is a large bowl of berries. 

(I 29037, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

International art pub. co., New York. 
N. Y. [11369-11388 

St. Patrick's day series. 1-6. (I 
28593-28598, Mar. 5, 1909.) George 
Washington's birthday series. 1-8. (I 
28599-28606, Mar. 5, 1909.) Abraham 
Lincoln's birthday series. 1-6. (I 
28607-28612. ) 

Johnson (O. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[11389 

Decorative design composed of books. 

Rectangular column surrounded by 

many books. (I 28991, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Johnston (Robert), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[11390 

Son of Man in temptation ; by Wil- 
liam Hale. Christ with disheveled hair 
and haggard face sitting in a rocky 
region with hands clasped upon His 
knees. (I 28653, Mar. 9, 1909.) 
Kalnin (Charles William), Boston, 
Mass. [11391-11395 

Jew (A). Statue; a Jew standing 
erect, head leaning back, shoulders 
drawn up, arms upward. (I 28620, 
Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Laborer (A). Statue; laborer, rest- 
ing for a moment from work, front 
view, figure stands erect. (I 28619, 
Mar. 6, 1909.) 



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Kalnin (Charles William)— Cont'd. 
Laugliiug negro. Statue; negro, 
standing erect, head thrown back- 
wards, mouth very large, wide open. 
(I 28617, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Organ grinder. Statue, caricature 
of an Italian organ grinder, face look- 
ing to the right and upward. (I 
28695, Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Ragman (The). Statue; a Jew rag- 
man in act of advertising his trade. 
(I 28618, Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Kaufmann & Strauss co.. New York, 

N. Y. [11396-11408 

After the hunt. Young girl and man 

sitting on bark of a tree, resting after 

the hunt. (I 29047, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Clown (The). Clowm holding a 
minature umbrella opened across his 
shoulder, with left hand he holds up 
large paper hoop. (I 29048, Apr. 7. 
1909.) 

Debutante (The). Young girl, de- 
collete, large hat. (I 28852, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Eleanora. Young girl, decollete 
evening dress, long chiffon boa. (I 
28848, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Guardians. Young girl, wearing 
loose flowing robe, on either side of her 
are lions. (I 28854, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Hello. Young boy holding a tele- 
phone-receiver to both ears. (128847, 
Mar. 26, 1909.) 

June-roses. Young woman in street 
costume wearing large hat, she carries 
a large bunch of roses. ( I 29045, Apr. 
7, 1909.) 

Marjorie. Young woman in street 
costume, she is lifting her skirts. (I 
28844, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

New York girl. Young girl dressed 
in street costume. (I 28850, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Out for a stroll. Young woman, she 
wears dark hat, dotted veil covers her 
face. (I 28849, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Parisienne (La). Very slender 
young girl, she wears a large hat. (T 
28851, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Phyllis. Head and shoulders of 
smiling girl. (I 28855, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Playmates. Little girl sitting in 
large chair, playing with puppy, large 
dog in front of her. CI 28853, Mar. 
26, 1909.) 



Keller (Arthur I.). New York, N. Y. 

[11409 
Wedding in Old Clovelly. Festive 
wedding party preceded by the bride 
and groom coming down the steps in 
street of Old Clovelly, England. (I 
28729, Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Kirkman & son, New York, N. Y. 

[11410 
See it float. Baby in under gar- 
ments seated on floor and holding a 
basin. (I 28987, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Klein (Isadore), New York, N. Y. 

[11411 
Good luck. Branching spray of for- 
get-me-nots surmounted by four-leaf 
clover. (I 28983, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Kratma (Joseph), New York, N. Y. 

[11412 
Lincoln (Abraham). Statue show- 
ing the sorrowful face bent down with 
the burdens of care. (I 28744, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

Kruger & Lehnhaedt, New York, 
N. Y. [11413 

Worth asking for. Little girl seated 
in an arm chair, holding on her lap a 
box of chocolates. (I 28631, Mar. 8. 
1909.) 

Lange (J. A.), New York, N. Y. [11414 

Summer morning. Young woman 

carrying bunch of red roses in her 

right arm. (I 28689, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Lawrence & Jellicoe, ltd., London, 
England. [11415-11433 

Bed time. Little girl with doll in 
her arms. (I 28680, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Boulevard, no. 1. The crowd on the 
pavement includes a sergent-de-ville, 
a nursemaid and a soldier seated. (I 
28676. Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Boulevard, no. 2. Crowd on pave- 
ment includes a sergent - de - ville, a 
nursemaid and a soldier seated. (I 
28676, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Boulevard, no. 2. Crowd on pave- 
ment includes a sergent-de-ville, two 
soldiers, two girls, two men in artist's 
attire. (I 28677, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Bunkered. Man, bunkered is in the 
act of driving. (I 28670, Mar. 11, 
1909.) 

Driving from the tee. Lady drivings 
from the tee, a gentleman and two j 



I caddies looking on. 
I 1909.) 

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11447 



Lawrence & Jellicoe, ltd. — Cont'd. 

Game of patience; by Lawson Wood, j 
Small boy bathing in a stream, a po- 
liceman watching bim from the bank. 
(I 29061, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Garrison scandal. Six military tyes, 
heads and shoulders arranged in a 
row. (I 2S67S, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Hyde Park. In the crowd are two 
guardsmen, a nursemaid with baby 
carriage, and a policeman. (I 2S6T5, 
Mar. 11, 1909.) 

In the long grass. Golf links with 
sea in distance, a player has just missed 
the ball. (I 2S6T3, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Lesson time. Little girl seated with 
an open book on her knees, writing. 
(I 2S6S1, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Play time. Little girl playing with 
a doll, a tov bear is also shown. (I 
2S682, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Prenez garde; by Lawson Wood. 
Two French officials in uniform regard- 
ing a can behind which the stump of 
a cigar is sending up a column of 
smoke. (I 29059, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Putting. Man in act of putting, a 
woman and two caddies looking on. 
(I 28671, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Small fry; by Lawson Wood. A 
policeman, carrying a jar and fishing 
rod in one hand and dragging a small 
boy along with the other. (I 29062, 
Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Sweep your snow mum; by Lawson 
Wood. A small boy half buried in the 
snow, touching his cap to a woman 
who is looking at him from a window. 
(I 29060, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Told to the marines. Six naval 
types, heads and shoulders arranged in 
a row. (I 28679, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Victoria Park. A path in Victoria 
Park, with figures, some children cry- 
ing. (I 28674, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Where shall I drop you; by Charles 
Crombie. An aerial hansom cab pass- 
ing over a town. (I 29063, Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Your name and address please; by 
Lawson Wood. Motor car which 
has come to grief, the chauffeur's 
head is seen emerging from wreck- 
age. (I 29058, Apr. 8, 1909.) 



Lentelli (Leo), New York, N. Y. 

[11434 

Our city. Female figure draped, 
holding on her left arm shield, right 
arm held up. CI 28824, Mar. 24, 
1909.) 



81450—09- 



Leopold (L.) and Langrock (Joseph 
H.), New York, N. Y. [11435 

Alligator, boy and palm tree. A 
negro boy clinging to the upper part 
of a palm tree, an alligator below. 
(I 29009, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Lewis pub. co., St. Louis, Mo. 

[11436-11438 
Lion. Statue of a lion, full grown, 
in attitude of walking. (I 28664, Mar. 
10, 1909.) 

Lioness. Statue of a full grown 
lioness in attitude of walking. (I 
28663, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

University city tiger. Full grown 
tiger enraged and in attitude of walk- 
ing. (I 28S06, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Life publishing co.. New York, 
N. Y. [11439-11447 

After; by Orson Lowell. Drawing 
room with open piano, the host and 
hostess are sitting down in attitude 
of absolute exhaustion. (I 29044, 
Apr. 6, 1909.) 



American drama; by Wm. H, 
Walker. A man playing an organ, 
while attached to his hand by a string 
and dancing to whatever music he 
chooses to play is a feminine figure. 
(I 28771, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Charity. A belated automobile be- 
ing towed to town by an obliging pair 
of oxen. (I 28981, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

First wireless; by Cary Kilvert. 
Ark stranded on the Mount, the dove 
flying away for help. (I 2S770, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

Hope. A disabled automobile stuck 
in a snowy country road, a man is 
under the car. (I 28980, Mar. 30, 
1909. ) 

Playing bridge; by Balfour Ker. 
Young man and woman crossing a 
stream, the young man is carrying the 
girl. (I 28982, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

This is me birt' da-ay Moike. Have 
wan wit' me. An Irishman pouring a 
drink into the telephone. (I 28772, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Thumbs down; by Harrison Cady. 
Roosevelt conquered by a lion in an 
African jungle. (I 29159, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

When women vote. Voting booth on 
election dav when woman suffrage has 
become established. (I 2SS13. Mar. 22, 
1909.) 

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11448 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Lisebman (Max), New York, N, Y. 

[11448 

Grapes from grandpa; by T. Zer- 

mati. Interior, mother holding baby 

in arms, grandpa holding grapes. (I 

29032, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Littig (W. T.), New York, N. Y. 

[11449 

KJ. S. naval academy, Anapolis, Md. 

Bird's-eye view of the naval academy 

grounds, and surrounding waters. (I 

28815, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Lohmullee (Joseph), New York. 
N. Y. [11450 

Christ takes leave from His blessed 
mother. Christ carrying cross on 
shoulder, His mother resting her head 
on His shoulder. (I 28801, Mar. 22, 
1909.) 

Long (Ferdinand G.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[11451 

Looie, the bowler. Small statuette 

of caricature figure in act of throwing 

bowling ball. ( I 28802, Mar. 22, 1909. ) 

Loeenz (Richaed), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[11452 

Returning from the horse fair. A 

single wagon, in which sit two figures 

sheltering themselves from a storm. 

(I 2S986, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Lynch (Frank T.), Union Hill, N. J. 

[11453 
Hello Bill. An opossum sitting on 
the stump of a limb. (I 29008, Apr. 2, 
1909.) 

McNicholas (John T.), New York, 

N. Y. [11454 

Christ child. Medallion, head of 

Christ in profile and nimbus, at top are 

letters I. H. S. (I 28998, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Manhattan photogeavure co., New 
N. Y. [11455-11458 

Harvard college, Cambridge, Mass. : 
Johnston gate and Harvard Hall; The 
Yard; Austin Hall: Memorial Hall. 
14 drawings.] (I 28736-28739, Mar. 
16, 1909.) 

Maeks (Guy C), Washington, D. C. 

[11459 

Chief of the Basutos. Man wearing 

glasses, pipe in mouth, wearing comical 

image as charm. (I 28775, Mar. 18, 

1909.) 

Matthews (W. B. ), Washington, D. C. 

[11460 
Lee and his generals; by Geo. B. 
Matthews. A porch of which only 
three columns are visible, Gen. Lee in 
uniform, holding gloves. (I 28885, 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 



Meekley (Stanley A.), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[11461 
Africa's interior. Negro's head ; ex- 
president pushing ahead of his party; 
William Taft sitting on the dome of 
the Capitol in background. (I 28591, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Meeeiam (John W.) & co.. New York, 
N. Y. [11462-11464 

Baron de Kalb. An English bulldog 
of white color. (I 28846, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

De luxe. An English bulldog, front 
view. (I 28894, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Henry Irving. An English bulldog, 
facing to the front, three-quarter angle 
of view. (I 29019, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Mitchell (James J.), Newburgh, N. Y. 

[11465 
Hudson-Fulton ter-centenary medal. 
Two-sided medal having upon one side 
Hudson's ship and upon the opposite 
side Fulton's boat. (I 29031, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Monash (Mask E.), New York. N. Y. 

[11466 

Billykin. A small squatted figure, 

hair on head in a peak or knot, broad 

smile on face. (I 2S999, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. [11467-11476 

Answer (The) Young lady in low- 
necked dress an ermine furs, sealing 
letter. (I 29026, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Bouquet of flowers. Young lady 
carries a bouquet of very large roses. 
(I 29028, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Echo. Young lady in cream colored 
clress. her left hand is to her ear. (I 
29021, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

First sight of land. Young lady, 
hat held down by a veil, sits at the 
side of a boat. (I 29025, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Friends. Girl in bright red dress, 
dog by her side. (I 29029. Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Inspiration. Young lady, standing 
against tree. (I 29027, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Lola. Profile view of young lady in 
low-necked dress, pink roses fastened 
to dress. (I 29024, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Meditating. Young lady in low- 
necked black dress leaning against yel- 
low background. (I 29020, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Regina. Young lady in evening 
dress, carries armful of large chrys- 
anthemums. (I 29023, Apr. 5, 1909.) 



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11499 



Murphy (Tnos. D.) co. — Continued. 
Whiling the time away. Side view 
of young lady in low-necked dress, 
scarf over shoulders. (I 29022, Apr. 5, 
1909. ) 

Myers (Edward Francis). Minneap- 
olis. Minn. [11477, 11478 

Gee! Four babies in bathing suits 
near the ocean, their backs are toward 
the ocean. (I 290S0, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Which one. Five babies near the 
ocean. (I 29079, Mar. 1, 1909 ; 1 photo, 
Mar. 19, 1909.) 

National home service, United States. 

[11479 
Rube YVaddell baseball cartoon. R. J. 
Bieger. Caricature of George Edward 
Waddell with signature of Waddell at 
the lower right hand corner. (I 28743, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Newskin co.. Brooklyn, X. Y. [11480 
Make it well mama. Woman and a 
little boy who is holding up his left 
hand. (I 28711, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Paddock (Willabd Dkyden), New 

York, X. Y. [11481 

Winged head. Sculptured female 

head without neck, inclined forward. 

(I 29067, Apr. 8, 1909.) 

Paeton (Hulda), Yonkers, N. Y. 

[11482 
Sherman (William). Portrait; stand- 
ing; wears an overcoat and holds a 
derby hat. (I 29055, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Pellegeixi (L.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[11483-11485 

Fisher boy. Boy has boots to the 
knees, pants extending into boots, fish 
resting on arm. (I 29006, Apr. 2, 
1909.) 

Fisher girl. Girl wearing slippers, 
stockings hanging down over knees. 
(I 29007, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Newsboy. Boy holds a bundle of 
newspapers. (I 29005, Apr. 2, 1909.) 
Photographische gesellschaft, Ber- 
lin, Germany. [11486-11489 

Close hauled; by Tom Brown. In 
cabin of a yacht two men are sitting, 
at the helm a girl. (I 28659, Mar. 10, 
1909.) 

Land baby ; by John Collier. A 
water nymph sitting at the shore on 
which a nude little girl is standing. 
(I 28661, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Shadow (The) ; by Walter West. 
Interior of room, a woman sitting be- 
fore a table and leaning her head on 
her arm. (I 28658, Mar. 10, 1909.) 



Photographische gesellschaft — Con. 
Wake up; by Arthur J. Elsley. A 
child asleep in bed, another child with 
dog looking at sleeper. (I 28660, 
Mar. 10, 1909.) 

Pindikowsky-art mfc;. co., Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [11490 

Blue gray game cock. Scene in Blue 

Grass country. (I 29016, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Pratt (Jennette), Chicago, 111. 

[11491 
Cup with cover, supported by four 
columns resting on base. Trophy, con- 
ventionalized cactus dahlia leaves and 
blossoms. (I 28990, Apr. 1, 1909.) 

Prescott (Mrs. Katherine T.), .Chi- 
cago, 111. [11492 
Paderewski (Ignace). Bas-relief por- 
trait of the pianist, head and throat, 
only a suggestion of collar and loose 
tie. (I 28667, Mar. 10, 1909.) 

R. & G. corset co., New York, N. Y. 

[11493 

Preparing for the afternoon walk. 

Scene in dressing room, woman sitting 

on couch watching woman dressing. 

(I 29038, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Rhind (Massey), New York, N. Y. 

[11494, 11495 

Carnegie (Andrew). Model, seated 
figure, suggesting his robes as Lord 
rector of St. Andrews' university. (I 
2SS61, Mar. 19, 1909.) 

Portrait medallion, robed as 

Lord rector of St. Andrew's university. 
(I 286S4, Mar. 11, 1909.) 

Rogers (William A.), New York, N. Y. 

[11496 

Delighted. Group statuary, hunter 

with knife in belt, gun at feet shaking 

hands with gorilla. (I 28626, Feb. 17, 

1909.) 

Rosales (Emanuel O.), Paris, France. 
[11497, 11498 

Puppets. Statue, nude figure of a 
young girl in kneeling position, hold- 
ing between her fore finger and thumb 
a puppet. (I 28717, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Ruse. Statue, nude figure of a 
young girl in sitting position, knees to 
chin, holding between her feet and 
arms a fox skin. (I 28718, Mar. 13, 
1909.) 

Rosenkrantz (Akild), London, Eng- 
land. [11499 
Omnipresent (The) Three male 
figures in silent prayer. (I 28891, 
Mar. 30, 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Royal tailors, Chicago, 111. 

[11500-11511 

Fall & winter 09-10 fashions. Fig- 
ure on left wearing four button single 
breasted sack coat. (I 28881, Mar. 29, 
1909.) 

Figure on left wearing single 

breasted fly front overcoat, hands in 
pockets. (I 28882, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Figure on right wearing 4 

button double breasted sack coat. (I 
29017, Apr. 5, 1909. ) 

Figure wearing tuxedo. (I 

29003, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

■ Figure wearing 3 button double 

breasted box overcoat. (I 29018, Apr. 
5, 1909.) 

Front view of single breasted 

cossack coat. (I 2S883, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Man on left in 3 button double 

breasted Prince Albert. (1 28880, 
Mar. 29, 1909.) 

— — Single figure wearing double 
breasted overcoat, 4 buttons. (I 
29002, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

- — — Single figure wearing short box 
overcoat. (I 29001, Apr. 2, 1909.) 

2 button novelty sack suit. (I 

28879, Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Fall and winter 09-10 overcoats. 
Right hand figure wearing loose single- 
breasted fly front overcoat. (I 28817, 
Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Fall and winter 1909-10, two single 
breasted overcoats. Two single figures, 
one on left wearing single-breasted 
overcoat. (I 28818, Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Russell (J. T.), New York, N. Y. 

[11512-11591 

Adam and Eve in the garden. In 
foreground, growing vegetation, naked 
woman standing looking at a naked 
man. his lower body is hidden by 
foliage. (I 28756, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Adam names the domestic animals. 
A naked man stands, back view, dog 
supporting himself against man's left 
leg, both are looking toward a pool of 
water. (I 28755, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Ahab encounters Elijah. Two men 
standing, the man at the right has a 
long beard. (I 29101, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Ahab instructs Obadiah. Man stand- 
ing, wears a crown, his right hand 
grasps a rod. (I 29095, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Ahab rides before the storm. Elijah 
runs before Ahab's chariot. Man run- 
ning toward the left, just back of him 
Is a chariot. (I 29115, Apr. 9, 1909.) 



Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Angei arouses Elijah from sleep. An 
angel standing, man lies on his side, 
head against a rock. (I 29119, Apr. 
9, 1909.) 

Angel commands Elijah. Most of 
the angel's figure is obscured by large 
wings which extend from the top to 
the bottom of the picture. (I 29125, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Angel of the Lord commands Elijah 
to go forth. Man standing, his hands 
clasped to his breast and his gaze fixed 
upon an angel. ( I 29121, Apr. 9, 1909. ) 

Beasts and cattle. Water fills fore- 
ground, a circular opening of cave in 
which a lion is resting, coming out of 
woods is a herd of elephants. (I 
28754, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Boy revives. Roof of house, partly 
recumbent figure of a boy. (I 29092, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Cain and Abel. Man holding a 
shepherd's crook, about him are sheep, 
in the distance is a man working in a 
field. (I 28764, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Cain and Abel bring offerings unto 
the Lord. Man, before him on the 
ground is a pile of fruit. (I 28765, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Cain fleeth. Figure of a man, he is 
in the act of fleeing. (I 28769, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

Cain is cursed. A man standing, 
and looking toward the sky, his face 
heavy and sullen, he carries a heavy 
club. (I 28768, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Chaos and darkness. All black with 
the exception of two streaks of white 
running across the middle. (I 28745, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Chaos and light. An immense 
barren waste, made of what looks like 
rocks and water. (I 28747, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Death of Abel. Amid short vegeta- 
tion lies the body of a man, another 
man walking away. (I 28767, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

Elijah and Elisha go down to 
Beth-el. Two men, the one at the 
right carries a mantle over his right 
shoulder. (I 29130, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah and Elisha together on bank 
of the Jordan. Two men standing on 
bank of river facing each other. (I 
29134, Apr. 9, 1909. ) 

Elijah builds an altar with a trench 
about it. Man standing leaning on a 
rod looking down at some workmen. 
(I 29107, Apr. 9, 1909.) 



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Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Elijah carries the boy aloft. A man 
about to ascend the ladder, in his 
arms he carries the body of a boy. (I 
29090, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah casts his mantle upon Elisha. 
Man is standing, he wears long flowing 
robes, his eves are fixed upon another 
man. (I 29127, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah complains to God. Cliff of 
jagged rock, entrance to a cave, at this 
entrance a man is sitting. (I 29124. 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah delivers the boy unto his 
mother. Rising up from the bed, the 
lower part of his body covered by bed 
clothes is a boy. (I 29093, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Elijah encounters widow woman 
gathering sticks. A mass of vegeta- 
tion, man standing, faces a woman. 
(I 2G0S5, Apr. 9. 1909.) 

Elijah falls on his knees before the 
angel. Man kneeling outlined against 
rough sloping rock at his back. (I 
29126, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah gives the widow woman the 
promise of God. Man standing, he 
wears long robes, he is looking at the 
figure of a woman. (I 29087, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Elijah goes up into heaven in a 
chariot of fire. Man is standing, he 
seems to be bracing himself against 
the wind. (I 29135, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah mocks the prophets of Baal. 
Man is standing, only his back and 
rieht profile visible. (I 29105, Apr. 
9,^1909.) 

Elijah prays before the altar. Altar 
upon which lie the head and parts of 
an ox, a man is standing facing the al- 
tar. (I 29109, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah said unto the people: Come 
near unto me. Man stauding on slop- 
ing side of a hill, both arms held out 
in a kind of supplication. (I 29106, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah sees strong wind and the 
earthquake and the fire. Man, he 
faces the right, his eyes are fixed on 
the ground. (I 29122, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah sends Obadiah away with a 
promise. Two men standing facing 
each other, the man to the right wears 
long flowing Garments and is bald. (I 
29100, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah sits at the widow woman's 
table. Interior of room, a woman 
standing, a man sitting on a bench. 
(I 29088, Apr. 9, 1909.) 



Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Elijah smites the waters of the Jor- 
dan with his mantle. Bank of a 
river, man standing on bank, right 
arm extended holding a mantle. (I 
29133, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah stretches himself upon the 
boy and prays. Flat roof of house, a 
low bed upon which a body is lying. 
(I 29091. Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah suffers from the drought. 
Man standing wears lona; white robes. 
(I 29084, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah tells Ahab of the coming of 
rain. Alan standing, his gaze is fixed 
on another man who stands at the 
right. (I 29112, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah tells his servant to go to Ahab. 
A man standing, naked except for a 
cloth at his waist, his figure partly 
obscures that of another man. (I 
29114, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah threatens Ahab. Man stand- 
ing, he wears a crown and looks over 
his shoulder at another man. (I 
29081, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah under a juniper tree prays to 
die. Man is sitting upon a seat 
formed by rocks, his hands are clasped 
in prayer. (I 29118, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah went to show himself unto 
Ahab. Figure of a man, garments 
are floating behind in the wind. (I 
29094, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah with his servant flees to 
Beer-sheba. Man, he leans forward 
and faces the right, his mantle ob- 
scures the figure of another man. (I 
29117, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elijah wraps his face in his mantle. 
Opening of a cave in an immense cliff 
of rock, at the entrance is a man with 
free hidden by mantle. (I 29123, Apr. 
9, 1909.) 

Elisha makes an offering and min- 
isters unto the people. Man is stand- 
ing, feet and ankles bare. (I 29128, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Elisha runs *fter Elijah with a re- 
quest. Man walking towards the back- 
ground, but has turned his head to 
look at a man at his left. (I 29129, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Expulsion (The) Giant figure of 
an angel, the right arm is outstretched 
in command over the heads of a man 
and a woman. (I 28763, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 



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Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Fire from heaven consumes the 
sacrifice. Stone altar upon which is 
the head and parts of an ox, a curl- 
ing stream of fire comes from the top 
of the drawing. (I 29110, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Firmament (The) Bottom of this 
is made up of water, the water is 
calm, above masses of clouds. (I 
28746, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Fruit of the tree. Gnarled tree, its 
foliage projecting over naked woman 
whose arm is outstretched offering an 
apple to a man. (I 28759, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

God commands Elijah. Man has 
long beard, his garments are blown 
out from him by the wind, bright light 
shining out from dark clouds. (I 
29082, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Grass, herb and trees. Foreground 
made up of low-growing tropical vege- 
tation, a pool of water in which the 
vegetation is reflected. (I 28749, Mar. 
17, 1909.) 

In the presence of the angel Elijah 
prepares for a long journey. An 
angel is standing looking down at the 
figure of a man. (I 29120, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Jezebel instructs her servant to go 
to Elijah. Man standing before a 
woman, she wears a crown. ( I 29116, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Land and sea. A jagged rock coast, 
five prominent peaks break the horizon, 
below the horizon is water. (128748, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Man in the garden of Eden. Hill 
side, covered with short vegetation and 
grass, naked figure of a man. (I 
28753, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Man is cursed. In center foreground 
kneels a woman, beside her stands a 
man, his head bowed, facing them is 
an angel. (I 28762, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Moon and stars. Foreground prin- 
cipally of water, bank covered with 
trees outlined against sky and re- 
flected in water, full moon. (I 28751, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Moving creatures and water fowl. 
Land fills lower part of picture, water, 
a great many water fowl are resting 
on the water. (I 28752, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Obadiah sees Elijah. Two men out- 
lined against foliage which fills back- 
ground, these men face each other. ( I 
29096, Apr. 9, 1909.) 



Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Obadiah falls on his face and Elijah 
commands him. Man standing, his 
right arm is held out in front as iD 
command. (I 29097, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Obadiah on his knees questions Eli- 
jah. Man standing, he wears long 
flowing robes, his gaze is fixed- on 
kneeling figure of a man. (I 29098, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Obadiah tells what he did for the 
prophets and of his fear of Ahab. 
Man standing, his gaze fixed upon the 
figure of another man. (I 29099, Apr. 
9, 1909.) 

On Mount Carmel Elijah encounters 
stubborn people. Man standing, he 
looks down upon a great crowd of 
people at the foot of the rock. (I 
29102, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

On top of Carmel Elijah prays his 
servant to look towards the sea. 
Ground rocky, a man kneeling, his face 
hidden in his hands. (I 29113, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

People accept Elijah's proposition. 
Man standing, his left arm held out, 
about him a great crowd of people. 
(I 29103, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

People fill the trench with water. 
Man standing, his mantle is folded over 
his right arm. (I 29108, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Prophets of Baal are taken. A man 
standing on a little knoll, his left hand 
and arm is held out over the heads of 
men in front. (I 29111, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Prophets of Baal call on their God. 
Platform a square stone altar, on altar 
is part of an ox. (I 29104, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Ravens bring food to Elijah. In 
foreground is a man, his left forearm 
is extended on a stone in the water. 
(I 29083, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Rebuke of Cain. A colossal figure of 
an angel, arm is extended as though 
pronouncing sentence, in foreground is 
the smaller figure of a man. (I 28766, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Serpent and the woman. Gnarled 
tree, its foliage partially extending 
over the naked figure of a woman, she 
is looking at a serpent. (I 28758, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Serpent is cursed. A snake crawl- 
ing towards the left, figure of an angel 
stands back of the snake. (I 28761, 
Mar. 17, 1909.) 



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11606 



Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Seventh day. Low vegetation in 
blossom, covering the bank of a stream, 
a man and a woman, woman seated, 
the man standing. (I 28757, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Sons of the prophets at Beth-el 
address Elisha. Man is standing, over 
his arm a mantle, at his right and a 
little in the rear is another man. (I 
29131, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Sons of the prophets at Jericho 
address Elisha. Two men standing, 
facing each other. (I 29132, Apr. 9, 
1909.) 

Sun (The). A range of hills with 
skyline, in center of horizon the sun is 
entirely visible throws light rays in 
every direction. (I 28750, Mar. 17, 
1909.) 

Voice in the garden. Low vegeta- 
tion, angel shining with divine light 
looks down on two figures that cower 
before him. (I 28760, Mar. 17, 1909.) 

Widow woman blames Elijah for the 
death of her son. A man standing, his 
gaze is fastened upon the body of a 
boy lying on a bed before him. (I 
29089, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Widow woman tells Elijah of her 
poverty. Man standing, he faces a 
woman who is slightly stooping and 
carries a bundle of sticks. (I 29086, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Saxe (Arthur), New York, N. Y. 

[11592 

Billycan, Billycant. Two images 

side by side having children's faces. 

(I 28662, Mar. 9, 1909 ; 1 photo Feb. 27, 

1909.) 

Schweizer (J. Otto), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [11593 

Corby (Father) Statue, of Father 
Corby, giving general absolution to the 
armies in the field, he is standing on a 
rock. (I 29039, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Shaw (Alexander D.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. [11594 

Brooklyn handicap 1887. Horse 

race between three horses. (I 28720, 

Mar. 15, 1909.) 

Shurtleff (Gertrude Hope), Boston, 
Mass. [11595 

Fountain figure. Statue, a young 
faun standing with head thrown back 
and holding in its hands a duck. (I 
28621, Mar. 6, 1909.) 



Simpson (Robert) co., ltd., Toronto, 

Canada. [11596 

Wide wide world. Girl reclining on 

a trunk with books on floor, one chair 

in corner. (I 29046, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Spaulding & Merrick, New York, 

N. Y. [11597 

Velvet girl. Full length standing 

figure of woman in princess dress. (I 

28988, Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Spofford (Edward W.), New York, 

N. Y. [11598 

Greater New York. Birds-eye view. 

(I 28654. Mar. 6, 1909; 1 photo Mar. 

1, 1909.) 

Starr (Louis Morris), New York, 
N. Y. [11599, 11600 

Pointer dog. Model, in plaster, to 
be reproduced in bronze. (I 28741, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Setter dog. Model, in wax to be re- 
produced in bronze. (I 28740, Mar. 
16, 1909.) 

Stone (T. D.), Ripon, Wis. [11601 
Sylvan Oakwood. Birds eye view. 
(1 29136, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Strickland (Kate E.), Bridgeport, 

Conn. [11602 

Bull. Jumping a fence, stone wall 

about half a mile away. (I 28707, 

Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Swift's Specific co.. Atlanta, Ga. 

[11603 
Vacation days. A forest, the brush- 
wood of which seems to be in process 
of removal by three men. (I 28777, 
Mar. IS, 1909.) 

Taylor (Houston), Atlanta, Ga. 

[11604 
Ideal American. Two columns sup- 
porting an arch, under arch is an 
eagle with wings extended. ( I 28589, 
Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Torrey (Geo. Burroughs), New York, 

N. Y. [11605 

Taft (Pres. Wm. H.) President 

Taft seated in high back chair by open 

window. (I 28787, Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Trojar (William), New York, N. Y. 

[11606 

God of luck. Grotesque figure seated 

on base, short legs, large feet, rear 

panel has horseshoe as border. (I 

28985, Mar. 31, 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. b., v. 4 



Tkotta (Vincent), Waterbury, Conn. 

[11607 
October sky. A very cloudy day, 
landscape hilly. (I 29000, Apr. 2, 
1909.) 

Ullman mfg. co.. New York, N. Y. 

[11608-11612 

Hanging of the crane; by James 
Fagan. Mantel piece with fire place, 
two figures, both seated. (I 29033, 
Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Little Elk wearing his first pin. 
Child with nursing bottle in its mouth, 
standing along side of clock. (I 28734, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Priscilla and John Alden ; by James 
Fagan. Large open fire place, Pris- 
cilla sitting at spinning wheel. (I 
29034, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Teddykin, idol of the people and god 
of success : by Max Bachmann. Statue 
or idol of a well-known statesman, he 
is sitting and holds in his right hand 
the big stick. (I 28657, Feb. 17, 1909.) 

Whose baby is oo? Little child 
kneeling speaking to dog. (I 28735, 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Van Dkesser (William T.), New 
York, N. Y. [11613 

Light shineth in darkness. Elderly 
man seated at a table with book be- 
fore him, small child, seated in a large 
arm chair. (I 28344, Feb. 11. 1909; 
1 photo Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Vericel (Antoine), Alt. Vernon, N. Y. 

[11614 

Kiddiken. A naked child with one 

foot and leg in a raised position and 

held by two hands. (I 288S6, Mar. 29, 

1909; 1 photo Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Volck (Adalbert J.), Baltimore, Md. 

[11615 
Shield dedicated to the brave women 
of the South. Triangular shield re- 
poussee in copper. In top center, 
figure typifying genius of the South 
holding laurel wreath. (I 28628, Mar. 
5, 1909; 1 photo Feb. 26, 1909.) 

Volk (Douglas), Center Lovell, Me. 

[11616 
Youth. Young girl in dancing atti- 
tude her left arm is outstretched and 
holds flowing drapery. (I 28714, Mar. 
12, 1909.) 

Wertheimber (L.) & co., New York, 

N. Y. [11617 

Buddha. Figure of a sitting man, 

with curly hair, legs crossed. (I 

28655, Feb. 12, 1909.) 



Whitaker (John), Frankford, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. [11618, 11619 

Landing of Henry Hudson. Henry 
Hudson occupies the central position 
in the foreground, to the right stands 
the color bearer. (I 29053, Apr. 7, 
1909.) 

Washington at Valley Forge. Wash- 
ington in foreground in military uni- 
form; he is looking towards the camp 
and soldiers in the distance. (I 29054, 
Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 
[11620-11622 

Caroline. Lady, full face pose. She 
wears a round hat trimmed with roses. 
(I 28709, Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Cleopatra. Full face view of lady's 
head, hair in two braids, one hanging 
over each shoulder. (I 28708, Mar. 12, 
1909.) 

Morning call. A two seated auto- 
mobile with four occupants. (I 28716, 
Mar. 12, 1909.) 

Whitney (William H.), Mt. Vernon, 

N. Y. [11623 

Booth (Gen. Wm.) head of Salvation 

army. Bas-relief. (I 28732, Mar. 6, 

1909.) 

WlLLET STAINED GLASS CO., Pittsburg, 

Pa. [11624-11626 

Baptism (The). Christ with folded 

hands standing in attitude of prayer, 

beside him are angel and St. John. 

(I 2S803, Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Epiphany (The). Three panel win- 
dow; in central panel Virgin holding 
Baby, three wise men on one side, 
three shepherds on other. (I 28805, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Holy family. Two panel window, 
Virgin and boy Jesus in one panel, St. 
Joseph and the ass in other. (I 28804, 
Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Viltzius (M. H.) co., U. S. 

[11627-11628 

Marble holy water font 415. One 
piece of marble, base square, column 
and bowl Roman style. (I 28S58, 
Mar. 26, 1909.) 

417. Composed of three parts 

cemented together. (I 28857, Mar. 26, 
1909.) 

Witkowski (Karl), Vailsburg, N. J. 

[11029 
Taking the new pup home. Seated 
on a stump near path leading through 
woods is a boy holding basket con- 
taining pup. (I 2S688, Mar. 11, 1909.) 



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Wolf & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[11630-11636 
Automobile highball. Girl in auto- 
mobile, pouring whiskey from a bot- 
tle into glass. (I 2SS20, Mar. 24, 
1909.) 

Bunch of roses. A cluster of roses. 
(I 2SS90, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Girl with large hat. Girl sitting, 
hand in lap. (I 2SS95, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

June. Girl, large hat tied with 
scarf under chin, right hand on clus- 
ter of roses at waist. (I 2SS23, Mar. 
24, 1909.) 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Making a cocktail. Man in full 
I dress pouring whiskey into glass. 
! ciphon bottle on table. (I 2SS21, Mar. 
, 24, 1909.) 

Marching to Yorktown. Washing- 
ton on horseback heading an army of 
infantry, drummer boy on right, 
American flag waving. (I 2SS22, 
Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Writing of the Declaration of In- 
, dependence. Room with panelled win- 
dow to left, table in centre, two men 
sitting, one standing, all in colonial 
costume. (I 2SS19, Mar. 24, 1909.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph 

each and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1. 1909 1.297 



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175 



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PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS: 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 4 
JTos. 18-21 
MAY, lOOO 



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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



'-pHE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by Kenneth 
Alexander, Seattle, Wash. Class H, XXc, no. 126136, Apr. 3, 1909 ; 2 copies received Mar. 
22, 1909. 



Alexander (Kenneth), Seattle, Wash. 

[11637 

Alaska Yukon Pacific exhibition 
buildings. (H 126136, Apr. 3. 1909; 
2 c. Mar. 22, 1909.) 

Alliot (Hector), Los Angeles. Cal. 

[11638 

Elk's creed. (F 76190, May, 3, 
1909.) 

American commercial Adv'g Co., New 
York, N. Y. [8 prints.] 

[11639-11646 

Flatterer (The) . — Going for a ride. — 
Golf girl. — New dress. — New hat.— 
Taking a walk. — Waiting. (F 75730- 
75736, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Palm Beacb. (F 75955, Apr. 29, 
1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 22, 1909. 
American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 
[11647-11668 

At a masque ball witb [Buster]. 
(F 75626, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

At tbe circus witb [Buster]. (F 
76201, May 3, 1909.) 

Der captain obliges mit a dance. 
(F 75625, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Foxv grandpa and little brother. 
(F 76i44, Apr. 30, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 26, 
1909.) 

Happy Hooligan is still wooing Su- 
zanna. (F 75622, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

How to make a live Billy possum. 
<W 75607, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Jimmy. (F 75621, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

(F 76140, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

■ (F 76199, May 3, 1909.) 

Katzenjammer kids in the wild and 
wooly west. (F 76139, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Mary Jane in a new play. (F 
76142, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Mr. Howson Lott brings bis uncle 
out to his suburban home. (F 76198, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Out in the dod gasted west. (F 
76200, May 3, 1909.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Poor Happy Hooligan. (F 76197, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Poor Happy Hooligan's luck is get- 
ting woise. (F 76143, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Sam Lloyd's two newest puzzles. 
(F 76196, May 3, 1909.) 

'Scuse me. Mr. Johnson. (F 75340, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

(F 75624, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

There's nothing like living in the 
country. (F 76141, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Widow Perkins and her dog Violet. 
(F 75339, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

(F 75623, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

(F 76138, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

American - Journal - Examiner. New 
York, N. Y. [11669-11778 

Abdul joins tbe Down and out club. 
(F 76135, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Ain't you sorry? (F 75346, Apr. 
12, 1909.) 

(F 75383, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

• (F 75520, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75619, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

(F 75S01, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75914, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 76136, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

(F 76213, May 4, 1909.) 

Ananias club in jungle. (F 75915, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

And not only that. (F 75813. Apr. 
23, 1909.) 

(F 76345, May 7, 1909.) 

As long as the world goes 'round. 
(F 75810, Apr. 23, 1909.) 
(F 75903, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75966, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

■ (F 76252, May 5, 1909.) 



(F 



Braggo the monl 

17, 1909.) 

(F 76214, May 4, 1909.) 

Daily health hint. (F 75385, 

13, 1909.) 



0, Apr. 



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American- Journal-Examiner — Con. 

(F 75802, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Do you know this man. (F 75847, 
Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 76215, May 4, 1909.) 

Dropping the pilot. (F 75806, Apr. 

22, 1909.) 

Easter parade on Fifth avenue. (F 
75388, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Excuse club. (F 75344, Apr. 12, 
1909.) 

(F 75429, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

(F 75532, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 75811, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75916, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 76253,- May 5, 1909.) 

Gimlet club. (F 75500, Apr. 15, 
1909.) 

(F 75807, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75920, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 76340, May 7, 1909.) 

Groucho the monk. (F 753S6, Apr. 
13, 1909.) 

(F 75525, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75799, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 76133, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

(F 76311, May 6, 1909.) 

Hall Room boys. (F 75432, Apr. 14, 
1909.) 

(F 75603, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

(F 75S12, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75870, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 76137, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

(F 76256, May 5, 1909.) 

Henpecko the monk. (F 75347, Apr. 
12, 1909.) 

(F 75804, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75964, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

(F 76173, May 1, 1909.) 

Honest man. (F 76313, May 6, 
1909.) 

(F 76343, May 7, 1909.) 

How to be happy, though married. 
(F 75345, Apr. 12, 1909.) 
(F 75433, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

(F 75524, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75803, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75871, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 75967, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

(F 76257, May 5, 1909.) 

If it weren't for father. (F 75387, 
Apr. 13, 1909.) 

(F 75523, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75800, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75846, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 75919, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 76195, May 3, 1909.) 

(F 76344, May 7, 1909.) 

In darkest Africa. (F 75866, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 



American- Journal-Examiner — Con. 

Knocko the monk. (F 75620, Apr. 
20, 1909.) 

(F 75848, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

May day in old New York. (F 
76174, May 1, 1909.) 

Me for the mazuma. (F 75431, Apr. 
14, 1909.) 

(F 75499, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Mr. Jack. (F 75531, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 76192, May 3, 1909.) 

(F 76312, May 6, 1909.) 

Mrs. Trubbell. (F 75918, Apr. 
1909.) 

(F 76175, May 1, 1909.) 



28, 



Never again. (F 75384, Apr. 13, 
1909.) 

(F 75497, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

(F 75521, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75618, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

(F 75805, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75809, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75904, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75965, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

(F 76134, Apr. 30, 1909). 

(F 76341, May 7, 1909.) 

Newspapers are a peril. (F 76193, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Rhvmo the monk. (F 75604, Apr. 
19, 1909.) 

(F 75868, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

There's a reason. (F 75430, Apr. 14, 
1909.) 

(F 75522, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75814, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75869, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 75917, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 76254, May 5, 1909.) 

(F 76342, May 7, 1909.) 

Tightwaddo the monk. (F 75498, 
Apr. 15, 1909.) 

(F 75905, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

(F 76194, May 3, 1909.) 

'Twas but a dream. (F 75428, 
14,1909.) 

(F 75605, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

(F 75798, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75867, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

'Twas ever thus. (F 76255, May 5, 
1909.) 

What can a poor woman do? 
75501, Apr. 15, 1909. ) 

(F 75606, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

(F 75808, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75S72, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 76176, May 1, 1909.) 

(F 76314, May 6, 1909.) 



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nos.lS-21.Mny. 1909 



11800 



American lithographic co., New York. 
X. Y. [11770 

Buffalo means business. (F 75720, 
Apr. 12. 1000: 2 c. Apr. 21, 1000.) 

American mutoscope & mograph co., 
Now York. X. Y. [117S0-117SS 

Drive for a life. (H 12572G. Apr. 
14. 1000.) 

Eavesdropper. (H 12627S, Apr. 28, 
1900.) 

Lady Helen's escapade. (H 125727. 
Apr. 14. 1 COO.) 

Lucky Jim. (H 125728. Apr. 14, 
1909.) 

Xote in the shoe. (H 126279. Apr. 
28, 1000.) 

Suicide club. (H 126280, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

'Tis an ill wind that blows no good. 
(H 126009, Apr. 20. 1000.) 

Troublesome satchel. (H 125729. 
Apr. 14, 1900. ) 

Twin brothers. (H 125730, Apr. 14, 
1900.) 

American press association. New 

York, N. Y. [11780-11798 

Xobody loves a fat man. (F 753S1, 

Apr. 13, 1009.) 

■ (F 75400. Apr. 14, 1909.) 

(F 75527. Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75700. Apr. 20, 1000.) 

(F 75745. Apr. 21. 1009.) 

(F 75836. Apr. 24, 1909.) 

■ (F 75880, Apr. 27, 1000.) 

(F 75062. Apr. 20. 1900.) 

(F 76151. Mav 1, 1000.) 

(F 76211. May 4, 1000.) 

Architectural record co., Xew York. 
X. Y. [11700-11812 

Chicago, 111.. University club. 1-14. 
(H 125890-125003, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Atlantic vineyard and wine co., 

Philadelphia, Pa. [11813 

Girl in vineyard cutting grapes. F 

75257. Apr. 10, 1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1909.) 

Augur. Swyers & Machold, Xew 
York. X'. Y. [25 prints] 

[11814-11838 
Asters. — Betty. — Boy and dog. — 
Chaise. — Christmas bells. — Christum s 
greetings.— Cupids and holly. — Eques- 
trienne. — Forget-me-nots. — Golden hoi 
ly. — Guitar player. — Hills peep o'er 
hills. — Hockey. — Hunting girl. — 
Madge. — Mistletoe and holly. — Motor 
?irl. — Opera girl. — Orchids. — Orien- 
tals. — Pansies. — Red cloak. — Snow- 
balling. — Swing. — Tennis girl. ( F 
76261-76285. Mav 6. 1000. ) 



Bachbach & bbo., Baltimore, Md. 

[11830 
Jefferson (Joseph) as Rip Van 
Winkle. (H 125712. Apr. 14, 1000.) 

Bahlman (Jeanette), St. Joseph. Mo. 
[11840-11841 
Brothers. (H 126156. Apr. 26, 1909.) 
Ruth. (H 126157, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Bain (George Grantham). New 
York, X. Y. [11842-11850 

Hains (Peter C.) (H 126041. Apr. 
22, 1909: 2 c. Apr. 24, 1000.) 

Hollins (Mrs. Marion) (H 126216. 
Apr. 27. 1000: 2 c. Apr. 28, 1000.) 

Kidder (Mr. & Mrs. J. H.) 1. 2. 
(H 126324, 126325, Apr. 29. 1000.) 

Liberian commission. (H 126215, 
Apr. 27, 1900: 2 c. Apr. 28, 1000.) 

Phipps (Mr. & Mrs. Paul) (H 
126276. Apr. 28, 1000.) 

Scott (Emmett J.) (H 126214, Apr. 

27, 1000; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1000.) 

Starr (Frederick) (H 126277. Apr. 

28, 1000.) 

Storv (Mrs. William Cummings) 
| (H 125701, Apr. 13, 1000.) 

Bain (John). Pittsburg. Pa. [11851 
Ancient and illustrious order 
Knights of Malta. (F 74802, Mar. 23, 
1000: 2 c. Apr. 15. 1000.) 

Baechak (Simon), Xew York. N. Y. 
[12 prints] [11852-11863 

Am lovesick, homesick and in need 
of money. — Am on to a good thing 
now. — Arrived O. K. — Cheer up you. — ■ 
Come out spooning. — Getting along 
high. — I am waiting for you. — I've 
been following you. — Just met my old 
sweetheart. — Bead my typewritten let- 
ter. — Never start anything you can't 
finish. — Who's to blamp for this? (F 
76161-76172, May 1, 1900.) 

Barkalow bros., Omaha. Nebr. [11864 
McKeen motor car at Omaha, X'ebr. 
(F 75487, Apr. 15, 1000.) 

Barnett (Maurice E.). Xeenah. Wis. 

[11865 

X'eenah. Wis.. Old council tree. (G 

20405, Dec. 4, 100S ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 1000.) 

Barr-Farnaham photo post card CO., 
Washington, D. C. [34 photo- 
graphs] [11866-11809 
Blankenship (C. D.)— Burns (Bill) — 
Cantiilon (Joe)— Clymer (O. E.) — 
Conroy (Wm. E.) — Delahanty (Jim) — 



Eddinger (J. W#) — Freeman (Jerry)- 
Ganlev (B. S.)— Gray (W. D.) — 
Groom (Bobt.)— Hughes (T. J.) — 



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11900 



pt. IV, n. 



v. 4 



Barr-Farnaham photo post CARD CO. — 

Continued. 
Johnson (W. P.)— Kahoe (M. J.) — 
Keeley (D. E.)— McBride (G. F.) — 
McNeil (Bill)— Milan (J. C.)— Shipke 
(W. M.)— Smith (C. E.)— Street 
(C. E.)— Tannehill ( Jess)— Unglaub 
(R. A.) — Washington base ball club, 
1909. (H 125S48-125S71, Apr. 15, 
1909.) 

Altoona base ball club, A. B.— Balti- 
more base ball club, 1, 2. — Richmond 
light infantry blues armory. — Taft 
(Pres.) and aides.— Taft (Pres.), 
Col. Ross and aides. (H 126197- 
126203, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Philippine constabulary band at the 
White House, Washington. D. C. 1-3. 
(H 128264-126266, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Bartlett (Alfred), Boston, Mass. 
[5 prints] [11900-11904 

For our absent loved ones. — Little 
cares that fretted me. — Love be true 
to him.— Now God bless you. — Thy 
own wish wish I thee. (F 76330- 
76334, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Batjmann (Jules). Prescott, Ariz. 

[11905-1190S 

Flagstaff, Ariz, in 1791. (F 74857, 
Mar. 29, 1909; 1 c. Apr. 6. 1909; 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Grand Canyon. Ariz. 1, 2. (F 74S58, 
74859. Mar. 29. 1909; 1 c. of each 
Apr. 6, 1909; 1 c. of each Apr. 13. 
1909.) 

3. (F 74S60, Mar. 29, 1909: 

2 c. Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Beach (Henry M.). Remsen, N. Y. 

[11909, 11910 

Carth age. ( H 126142, Apr. 26, 1909. ) 

Oneonta, N. Y. (H 126141, Apr. 26, 
1909. ) 

Bell & Palfrey, St. Louis, Mo. 

[11911-11914 
Browns of 1909. (H 125635, Apr. 
12, 1909.) 

Cardinals of 1909. (H 125547, Apr. 
10, 1909.) 

St. Louis Browns 1909. (H 125636, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

St. Louis cardinals, 1909. (H 
125546, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Benignus (Wilhelm). Atlantic City, 
N. J. [11915 

Stormy night. (F 75853. Apr. 26, 
1909.) 



Benjamin (H. E.) advertising agency, 
Philadelphia, Pa. [11916,11917 

Daily program of a society girl. (F 
75794, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Daily program of an average busi- 
ness man. (F 75793, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Bennett (H. H.) studio, Kilbourn, 

W^is. [11918-11923 

Dells of the Wisconsin, 1-6. (F 

76114-76119, Apr. 30, 1909; 2 c. of 

each May 8, 1909.) 

Bennett (T. 



Statesboro, 
ment, 1-3. 
16, 1909.) 



M.), Statesboro, Ga. 

[11924-11926 

Ga., Confederate monu- 

(H 125879-125881, Apr. 



Berdan pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[8 prints] [11927-11934 

Are you looking for me. — Day in 
June. — Good Indian. — Just because 
you're you. — Mother calls him Wil- 
1 i a m . — Stowaway ( The ) . — V i v e 
l'amour. — When our ship comes in. (F 
75479-75486, Apr. 15, 1909.) 



Beringee (Allan C), Mill 
Cal. 
I will come back. 
20, 1909.) 



Valley, 

[11935 
(H 125989. Apr. 



Berwin (L. M.), Chicago, 111. 

[11936-11938 
Billiken and Bobby. (F 75533. Apr. 

17, 1909.) 

(F 75837, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 76152, May 1, 1900.) 

Billiken company, Chicago, 111. 

[11939 
Billiken. (F 75507, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Blumberg (Ralph), Baltimore, Md. 

[11940 
In the jungles of savage Africa. 
IF 75450, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Boellinger (Flora), Cincinnati, Ohio. 
[11941, 11942 

Cincinnati base ball club. (H 
125876. Apr. 16, 1909.) 

— — (H 125937, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Botto & Hughes, New York, N. Y. 

[11943 
Phipps (Mrs. Paul). (H 1204S1, 
May 4, 1909.) 

Bowden (C. F.), Muncie, Ind. [3 
photographs.] [11944-11946 

De Pauw. — Indiana university. — 
Wabash college. (H 126716-126718, 
May 7, 1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 29, 
1909.) 



180 



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nos. is 21, May, 1909 



1201' 



Bowen (William A.), Arlington, Tex. 

I L1947 
Houston (Col. A. J.) and Comanche 
chief Quanah Parker. (H 1 261 34, 
Apr. 20. 1909.) 

Kowebs (S. Alonzo), New York. N. Y. 

[11948 
Beatrice. (H 125693, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

P.oylan (Hoyt F. ) , Duluth. Minn. 

[11949 
Dnlutli, Minn., courthouse. (F 
75408, Apr. 14, 1909.) 



Oconoinonoc, 

[11950 

75879, Apr. 2, 



Brent (Charles S.), 
Wis. 

Champion Jumbo. (F 
1909.) 

Breed (C. E.), San Francisco, Cal. 

[11951 
Wait until you see my other sam- 
ples. (H 126298, Apr. 8. 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Beouse (Joseph L.), Chicago, 111. 

[11952, 11953 

Chicago, 111.. South Beach Coney 
Island amusement park. (H 125551, 
Apr. 7, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1909.) 

German band. (H 125550, Apr. 7, 
1909.) 

Brown (Chas. P.), Newport News, 
Ya. [11954 

Cruise of the TJ. S. battleship fleet. 
(F 75393, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Brown (William Seaman), New 

York, N. Y. [11955 

Supreme court of the U. S. from 

1789 to 1909. (F 74584, Mar. 19, 1909 ; 

2 c. Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Brunswick (George), New York, 
N. Y. [11956 

Subpoena. (F 75615, Apr. 20, 1909; 
2 c. Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Beck (George V.), Washington, D. C. 
[11957-11961 

Bailey (Joseph W.) 1-3. (H 125752- 

125754, Apr. 14, 1909. 

Bailey (Mrs. Joseph W.) (H 

125755, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Briggs (Frank O.) (H 125756, Apr. 
14, 1909.) 

Bullock (F. J.) & Draper (J. S.), 
Newport, R. I. [11962, 11963 

Our pride. (H 126021, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 

Wapiti (The). (H 126020, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 



Campbell abt oo., Elizabeth, N. J. 

[17 prints.] [11964-11980 

Blossoms of springtime. — Extremes 
of fashion.— Kimona girl. 3425-3428.— 
Moonlit lake. — Mother and child. — 
Ocean ( The). — P a n d o r a . — P r i z e 
light.— Wonderland. 3528-3533 (F 
75462-75478, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Carroll (J. B.), Oak Park, 111. [11 
prints.] [11981-11991 

Bad decision. — -Don't throw your 
money away. — Get on the inside. — 
Good way to look at it. — If you are up 
a tree. — If you're in trouble. — Jumping 
frog. — Let us open your eyes. — Satis- 
faction. — Tie a string around your 
finger. — We will keep vou well posted. 
(F 755SS-7559S, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Casmire (F. B.), Boyd, Okla. [11992 
To hell with the job. (H 126135, 
Apr. 26, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. 

[11993-11999 
Maids and men series. 1-7. (G 
21472-21478, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Centaur film co.. inc.. New York. 

N. Y. [12000 

Cowboy's sweetheart. (H 126067. 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Chad-bourne, (Wm. J.), Concord, N. H. 

[12001 
New Hampshire general court. 1909- 
1910. (H 125S75, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Chaplin (E. L.), W. Charleston, Vt. 
[12002, 12003 
Maple-sugar making. 1, 2. (H 
126182, 126183, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Chapman (E. F.), Hartland, Wis. 

[12004, 12005 
Hartland. Wis., Pine lake. 1, 2. (H 
125691, 125692. Mar. S, 1909: 2 c. of 
each Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Chase (Jonathan), Boston, Mass. 

[12006 
Emancipation of women. (H 126033, 
Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Chicago calender co., Chicago, 111. 

[12007 
Hello. (F 75447, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Chilton printing co.. Philadelphia. 
Pa. r 12008-1 201 7 

Atlantic City, N. J. 1-6. (F 75310- 
75321. Apr. 12. 1909.) 

1, 2. (F 76230. 76231, Apr. 28, 

1909.) 

Friction clutch. (F 75322, Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

Good resolutions. (F 75323, Apr. 12. 
1909.) 



181 



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12018 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Cheistianson (P. A.), Hills, Minn. 

[12018 
Minnesota clouds. (II 126068, Apr. 
23, 1909.) 

Chbistman (Arthur B.), Springfield, 
Ohio. [12019 

Here lies old booze. (F 75944. Apr. 
16, 1909.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. C. 

[23 photographs] [12020-12042 

Ballinger (Richard A.). — Dickinson 
(J. M.), jr. — Dickinson (Mrs. J. M.). — 
Dickinson (Jacob M.). — Harlan (John 
M. ) .—Hitchcock ( Frank H. ) .—Hob- 
son (Richmond P.). — Judson (Win. 
V.). —Knox (P. C.).— Longworth (Mrs. 
Nicholas) and friend. — Mac Teagh 
(Franklin). — Meyer (Geo. Von L.). — 
Nagel (Chas.). — Palmer (Leigh H.). — 
Shively (Mrs. Benjamine F.t. — 
Stephenson (Mrs. Isaac).— Taft (Mrs.) 
and Mrs. Franklin Ellis, in automo- 
bile.— Taft and Sherman at ball 
game. — Taft (Pres. and Mrs.) in White 
House automobile. — Taylor (Mrs. 
Robt. ) .—White House cow. — Wicker- 
sham (Geo. W.). — Wilson (James). 
(H 128618-126640, May 5, 1909. V 

Coffin (W. Haskell), New York. 
N. Y. [12043 

Stork (The) (G 21321, Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

Colby (James M.), Wausau. Wis. 

[12044-12056 

Alma Center. Wis., Immaculate Con- 
ception church. (H 126290. Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Blair. Wis. 1-5. (H 126327- 
126331, Apr. 29. 1909.) 

Neillsville, Wis., High school as- 
sembly room. (H 126291. Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Taylor, Wis. (H 126292. Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Wausau, Wis. 1-5. (H 125917- 
125921, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Colby (Vincent V.), Denver. Colo. 
[4 prints] [12057-12060 

Can I put my shoes in your trunk. — 
Honest, I haven't got the nerve. — 
I guess nobody loves me. — Oh. but I 
am lonesome. (F 75938-75941. Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New York. 
N. Y. [12061-12074 

Snapping Africa's big game. 1-7. 
(F 75371-75377, Apr. 13, 1909.) 



1909.) 



(H 125694-125700. Apr 



I Commercial claims co., Chicago, 111. 

[12075 
Yours for business. (F 75601, Apr. 
19, 1909.) 

j C^nwell (L. R.), New York, N. Y. 
[12 chromos] [12076-12087 

Christmas greeting. 1-3. — Dan Cu- 
pid brings my heart to you. — Gift of 
: love. — Little tale of love. — Merry 
Christmas. 1-3. — My heart is heavy. — 
My heart's love. — Valentine greetings. 
(G 21414-21425, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Cook (Dora T.). Springfield, Mass. 

[12088 
Baby. (H 126320, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Cooke (Helen Temple), Welleslev, 
Mass. [12089 

Seal of Dana Hall school. (H 
126022, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Cooper (M. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[12090-12091 

Henry (Princess) of Battenburg; 

Joaquin Sorolla v Bastida. (H 126426, 

. May 3, 1909.) 

Sorolla y Bastida (Joaquin). (H 
126425, May 3, 1909.) 

COURIER COMPANY OF BUFFxYLO, Buffalo, 

N. Y. [12092,12093 

Love makes the world go round. 
i (G 21384. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Sing Wee! he not my husband. (G 
21491, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Croonborg (Frederick T.). New York, 
N. Y. [12094, 12095 

Advanced fashions. Mar., 1909. 
Special supplement A, College supple- 
ment B. (F 75445, 75446, Mar. 18, 
1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 25, 1909.) 

I Cruver mfg. co., Chicago, 111. [12096 
Home games. (H 126313, Apr. 21, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Curran (Mary Eleanor), Los An- 
geles, Cal. [12097 
Golden poppies spread afield. (F 
76184, May 3, 1909.) 

Curtis (Asahel), Seattle Wash. 

[12098 
Olvmpic mountains from Seattle. 
I (H 125710, Apr. 13, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

i Curtis (S. Sophia), Santa Rosa. Cal. 

[12099 
Burbank. (H 125938, 



To 
Mar. 



Luther 
i, 1909.) 



182 



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nos. L8 -21, May. L909 



12176 



Danahet (A. V.), New Philadelphia, 

Ohio. [12100 

If yon are afraid to use your bait, 
don't go rishing. (F 75932, Apr. 22, 
1909. I 



Davey (Frank) 

Just kids 



Palo Alto, Cal. 

T12101 
(H 126204, Apr. 26. 1909.) 

Davis (A. M.), Boston. Mass. [5 
prints.] [12102-12106 

Little one has come to us. — Old 
Doctor Stork. — This announces the 
birth, — This card brings to you. — We 
send von this card. (F 75007-75013. 
Apr. i. 1909 : 1 c. of each Mar. 5, 1909 : 
1 c. of each Apr. 1, 1909.1 

Daw sox (W. LA. Seattle. Wash. 

[12107-12110 

Gull design. (F 75749, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 

On the far flung staff of Western 
Union. — Slate - colored sparrow at 
nest. — Table rock and Quillayute 
needle. <H 126115-126117. Apr. 24, 
1909: 2 c. of each Apr. 23, 1909.) 



De Camp (Joseph R.). West Medford, 
Mass. [12111 

Roosevelt (Theodore). (LI 126357, 
Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Demtsey (Jas. F.), Brooklvn. X. Y. 

[12112 
At the bat. ( F 75549, Apr. 19. 1909. ) 

Dexxisox vifg. co.. Boston. Mass. 

[12113 
Merrv Christmas and a happv New 
Year. *(G 21483, Apr. 1, 1909.) * 

Dexver Post, Denver, Colo. 

[12114-12117 
Adventures of the little Post 
Wantad. (F 75519, Apr. 16. 1909.) 

(F 75775, Apr. 22. 1909.) 

(F 75963, Apr. 29. 1909.) 

(F 76306, May 6, 1909.) 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

[12118.12119 

Coins; for water at Pueblo of La- 
gun a. X. M. (H 125684. Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

Indianapolis, Ind., Federal building 
and post-office. (H 125922. Apr. 16, 
1909. ) 

Dew (Careos). Trenton. Tenn. 

[12120 
Crockett (David), last home of, in 
Tennessee, (H 1259SS, Apr. 20. 1909: 
2 c. Apr. 5, 1909.) 

183 



. Mead & co., Xew York, X. V. H 

prints.] ,12121-12124 

Agrippa ! Come here, si.-!— lie was 
there. — Her eyes were closed. 1 am 
Mrs. De Foe's secretary. (F 75332- 
75335, Apr. 12. 1909: 2 c. of each Apr. 
13,1909.) 

Dreisbacii (Bruce), Donora, Pa. 

[12125 
Donora-Webster bridge. (II 125948, 
Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Drtjcker & co.. Xew York. X. Y. 

[12126-12134 

Academy of political science in the 
city of Xew York, dinner. (II 126185, 
Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Associated press and American 
newspaper publishers' assn.. 1909 joint 
banquet. (II 126186, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Daffodil dinner. (H 126184, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 

Dinner in honor of Oscar S. Straus 
and Mrs. Straus. (H 126437, May 3, 
1909. ) 

Dinner to the Hon. James W. Stev- 
enson. (H 126438. May 3, 1909.) 

Eastertide dinner of the officers of 
the Burgesses corps. (II 125S82. Apr. 
16. 1909.) 

Independence league, dinner. (H 
126056. Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Interboroush assn. of women teach- 
ers, banquet. (H 126285, Apr. 28, 
1909. ) 

Ladv Walsrave's philanthropy. (H 
126323, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Dl'xttam (Eogar), Princeton. 111. 

[12135 
On the I. M. 'canal. (II 125711, 
Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Dunlap (O. E.). Niagara Falls, X. Y. 
[12136. 12137 
Niagara ice jam. 1, 2. (II 126128, 
126129. Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Dfpoxt (Aime). Xew York. X. Y. 

[12138-12176 

Homer (Louise). 1-3. (II 125706- 
125708, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

4-15. (H 126406-126417. May 

1. 1909.) 

Jorn (Carl). 2, 3. (II 126088, 
126089. Apr. 23. 1909.) 

7, 8. (H 126418, 126419, May 

1, 1909.) 

Martin (Riccardo). 4-20. (II 
126070-126086, Apr. 23. 1909.) 

Pasquali (Bernice de). 9. (H 
126087, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Van Dvck (Rosine). 1, 2. (H 
I 125704. 125705, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Voghera (Tullio). (H 125709. Apr. 
13, 1909.) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12177 



pt. iv, ri. s., v. 4 



Edison mfg. co., Orange, N. J. 

[12177-12188 

Little shepherd of Tumbling run. 1, 
2. (H 126195, 126196, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Uncle Tom wins. 1, 2. (H 126355, 
126356, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Unsuccessful substitution. 1, 2. (H 
126333, 126334, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Who's who. 1-3. (H 125908- 
125910, Apr. 16, 1900.) 

Wood-chopper's child. 1-3. (H 
125748-125750, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Eismann (Theodor)„. New York, N. Y. 
[29 photographs] [12189-12217 

After the ceremony. — Applying for 
the position. — Approach of the hero. — 
Cry for help. — First meeting. — Good 
policeman takes pity on the girl. — 
Heartless girl. — Heartless girl loses 
her job. — Helping her to find employ- 
ment. — I guess I know him. — I wonder 
where it comes from. — In the good old 
summer time. — Introduction. — Is this 
for you?— Keeping the appointment. — 
Loves old story. — Proposal at home. — - 
Rescue. — Rewarding the rescuer. — 
Saved. — Sharing his lunch. — Taking a 
stroll. — To the rescue. — When they are 
married. (H 125776-125799, Apr. 15, 
1909.) 

Business discussion. — Comparison. — - 
Nervous boss. — Race track gossip. — 
Their first quarrel. (LI "126293- 
126297, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Eleto company, New York, N. Y. 

[12218 
Beauty. (G 21460, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Engle (J. Linton), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[12219-12222 

Children's name cards. 1-4. (G 

21090-21093, Mar. 2, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 

Apr. 24, 1909.) 

English (H), Wallace, Iowa. [7 
photographs.] [12223-12229 

Bitter Root stage.— C. M. and P. S. 
pass. 1-3.— C. M. & P. S. track.— 
Some snow near Taft, Mont. — Taft, 
Mont. (H 126467-126473, May 3, 
1909.) 

Evans (Harry), Lake View, Ohio. 

[12230, 12231 
Indian Lake, Ohio, Eagle's nest. 1, 
2. (H 126454, 1.26455, May 3, 1909.) 

Evening bulletin, Philadelphia, Pa. 
[12232-12236 

If you telephone your advertise- 
ment. (G 21493, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

If you want to fill your store with 
buyers. (G 21410, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

.1 



Evening bulletin — Continued. 

Over a quarter of a million. (G 
21494, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Telephone your help wanted adv. 
(G 21495, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Your help wanted advertisement. 
(G 21496, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Farley (John W.), Memphis, Tenn. 

[12237 
Memphis the center of the heart of 
the Mississippi valley. (F 75040, Apr. 
3,1909.) 

Farrand co., Detroit, Mich. [12238 
Modern St. Cecilia. (H 125939, 
Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Fellows (G. E.), White River Junc- 
tion, Vt. [12239 
1912 class Dartmouth college. (H 
126474, May 3, 1909. 

Field (Cora Lindsey), Benton Har- 
bor, Mich. [4 prints.] 

[12240-12243 
Come unto Me, all ye that labor. — 
He shall give His angels charge. — I am 
the resurrection. — Peace I leave with 
you. (F 73925-73928, Mar. 1, 1909; 
1 c. of each Mar. 1, 1909 ; 1 c. of each 
Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Foley (E. F.), New' York, N. Y. 

[12244-12247 

Al da (Frances). (H 12622S, Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

Campanini (Cleofonte). (H 126229, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Destinn (Emmy). (H 126231, Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

Renaud (Maurice). (H 126232, Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

Fox (F. S. & M. Y.), Chicago. 111. 

[12248-12253 

Fleming ( Miss Y. ) . ( II 126326, Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

Irslinger (Henry), wrestler. 1, 2. 
(II 125745, 125746, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Yussiff Mahmout (the Turk), wrest- 
ler. 1-3. (H 125714-125716, Apr. 14, 
1909.) 

Framing concern, Cleveland, Ohio. 

[12254 

Farrelly (Rt. Rev. John P.). (F 
75222, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, England. 

[12255-12257 

Ruined temple; by Herbert Dick- 
see. (F 75505, Apr. 16, 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 24. 1909.) 

84 



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qos. 18-21, May, l ( .m<> 



L2374 



Frost & Reed — Continued. 

Mewed away: by Hey wood Hardy, 
i F 74814, Mar. 27. 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

Who-whoop : bv Heywood Hardy. 

i F 7410S. Mar. 6. 1909 : 2 c. Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

Fubsman (Eugenia), New York, 
N. Y. [1225S 

Little sunshine. (H 126010, Apr. 
21, 1909.) 

Gallagher (C. D.), Ely, Nev. 

[12259-122G9 

Copper flat. 1-5. (H 125736- 
125740, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Power bouse. (H 125741, Apr. 14, 
1909.) 

(H 125992, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Smelter, Nev. (H 125991, Apr. 20, 
1909.) 

1-3. (H 125742-125744, Apr. 

14, 1909.) 

Gazella (E. Y.). Rutherford, N. J. 

[12270 
Vita nova. (F 75968, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

General electric co., Scbenectady, 
N. T. [12271-12274 

Diagram of connections for 3-pbase 
feeder panel. (F 76327, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Negative and equalizer panel. 
S 422, S 425. (F 76326, 76329, Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

Small plant d. c. combination panel. 
(F 7632S, Apr. 27, 1909; 2 c. May 4, 
1909.) 

Georg (Victor), Springfield, 111. 

[12275, 12276 
Illinois state fair grounds. 1, 2. 
(H 125262, 125263, Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Gerhard sisters, St. Louis, Mo. 

[12277 
Rock of ages. (H 126715, May 7, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Gibes & English, Lawrenceburg, 
Tenn. [3 photographs.] 

[12278-12280 

Happv family. — Loving motber. — 

Two Jobns. (H 126434-126436, May 

3. 1909 ; 1 c. of eacb Apr. 22, 1909 ; 1 c. 

of eacb May 3, 1909.) 

Gifford (Benjamin A.). Tbe Dalles, 
Oreg. [SO prints.] [12281-12360 
Above tbe Dalles. — Ashland creek, 
near Ashland. — Bit of Holland scenery 
in Oregon. — Clatsop beacb. — Clacka- 
mas (Tbe) river. 1. 2. — Columbia riv- 
er. 1-13. — Coming of tbe white man. — 
Deschutes river. Benbam falls. — Deso- 
lation — Ecola point. — Eugene mill race. 



Gifford (Benjamin A.)— Continued. 
1, 2.— From Dead Indian trail.— Gif- 
ford's falls.— Gold Ray Table rock.— 
Hood river. 1, 2. — Hood river patri- 
arch. — Hood river valley. — Horse Tail 
falls. — Hug point. — Jackson county 
sugar pine. — Josephine county cave. — 
Klamath marsh. — Lake of the woods— 

1 Latourelle falls. — Lewis and Clark ex- 
position grounds. — Orchard scene at 

! Medford.— Mt. Hood. 1-3.— Mt. Pitt— 
Multnomah falls. — Near Fort Kla- 
math. — Near Haystack rock. — Old 
Broken Top. — Old homestead in east- 

| em Oregon. — Oneonta gorge. — Oregon's 

I gateway to tbe inland empire. — Pe- 
culiar rock formation near Fossil.— 

t Pillars of Hercules. — Portland. Oreg. 
1-3. — Pretty scene near Medford.— 

\ Rogue river. 1-7. — Salem, Oreg., capi- 
tol. — Sutberlin creek. — Sutherland val- 
ley laudscape. — Sunset butte. — Sunset 
on tbe Oregon coast. — Thirty-mile can- 
yon. — Three Sisters. — Tillamook coun- 

J ty larch. — Trout creek. — Umpqua 

i (Peaceful) valley. — Where Mill creek 
joins tbe Rogue. — White river falls. — 
Willamette (Tbe) river. 1. 2.— Wil- 
lamette falls. Oregon City. (F 75629^ 
75708, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Gilder ( Richard Watson ) , New York, 
N. Y. [12361 

Saint-Gaudens (Augustus) model- 
ing a bas-relief of Mrs. Cleveland at 
Marion, Mass. (H 125940, Apr. 19, 
1909.) 

Gossler bros., New York, X. Y. 

[12362 
Campus (Tbe) (F 75923. Apr. 27, 
1909. 

Gray lithograph co., New York, N. Y, 
[12363, 12364 

In summertime. (G 21383. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

In tbe park, (G 21492, May 1, 1909.) 

Greene (J. Edward B.L Pasadena, 
Cal. [12365-12369 

Burroughs (John) A, C. (H 126301, 
126303. Apr. 29, 1909; 2 c. of eacb, 
Apr. 1, 1909.) 

-B. D. E. (H 126302. 126304. 

126305, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Greyer (Louis A.). Boston. Mass. 

[12370 
King of good luck. (H 125689, Apr. 
13, 1909.) 

Griffin (G. Taylor). Albany, X. Y. 
[12371-12374 
Assembly, state of Xew York. (H 
126158, Apr. 26. 1909.) 



185 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



12375 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Griffin (G. Taylor) — Continued. 

Sullivan (Hon. T. D.) (H 126482, 
May 4, 1909.) 

White (Lt. Gov. Horace), A, B. (H 
126159, 126160, Apr. 26, 1909.) 



GUBELMAN PUB. CO. 



, New York, N. Y. 
[12375-12377 
(F 75550, Apr. 19, 



I love a lassie, 

1909.) 

Prayer. (F 76304, May 6, 1909.) 
Ships that pass in the night. 

76307, May 6, 1909.) 

Gulick (L.), New York 



(F 



N. Y. 
[12378-12395 
I elect you a member of the Bug 
club. 1-6. (G 21341-21346, Apr. 8, 
1909; 2 c. of each May S, 1909.) 

That's what they all say. 1-12. (G 
21359-21370, Apr. 8, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
May S, 1909.) 



Guthrie (S. E.), Adams, Tenn. 

[12396-12401 
Adams, Tenn., Bell Witch scenes. 
1-6. (G 21330-21335, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

GUTMANN & GUTMANN, New York. 

N. Y. [13 prints.] [12402-12414 
Bruzzer had a fever. — Buds. — Bye- 
bye. — Cupid's reflection. — First Les- 
son. — Grand finale. — Loving cup. — Pies 
that mother used to make. — Sweet 
sixteen. — Sweetheart. — Vanquished 
(The). — Verdict: Love in the first de- 
gree.— Victor (The). (F 75819-75831. 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Hagelstein bros., New York. N. Y. 

[12415-12422 

Cape Ann, moonlight. (F 75061, 
Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Clearing after rain. (F 75055, Mar. 
30,1909.) 

Line storm. (F 75059, Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

Looking eastward at sunset. (F 
75060, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Venice, [Italy.] 1-3. (F 75056- 
75058, Mar. 30, 1909.) 

Windy day. (F 75062, Mar. 30, 
1909.) 

Haines (Wm. G.), Kalamazoo Mich. 

[12423 
Kalamazoo maid. (F 76210, Mav 4, 
1909.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[12424-12461 
Charleston, W. Va. 1,2. (H 126188, 
1261S9, Apr. 26, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
28. 1909.) 



Continued. 
1-5. (H 125641- 



(H 125646- 



Haines photo CO - 

Charlotte, N. C 
125645, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Columbia, S. C. 1-8. 
125653, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Greensboro, N. C. 1. 2 
125655, Apr. 12 1909.) 

Lynchburg, Va. (H 1261S7, Apr. 26 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Natural Bridge, Va. 1-3. (H 126192- 



(H 125654, 



126194, Apr. 26, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Norfolk, Va., 
125953, Apr. 19, 
1909.) 

Parkersburg, 



1909: 2 c. of each. 



water 
1909: 



front. 
2 c. Apr. 



(H 

21, 



W. Va. 1, 2. (H 
126190, 126191, Apr. 26. 1909; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Raleigh, N. C. 1-t. (H 125949- 
125952 Apr. 19, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
21, 1909.) 

Spartanburg, S. C. 1-7. (H 125656. 
125657, 125659-125663, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Wheeling, W. Va. 1-3. (H 126371- 
128373, May 1, 1909.) 

Halverson (L. H.) Blackduck, Minn. 

[12462 
Pine Island, Minn., Banner load. 
(H 125847, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

LIappiness pub. co., Boston, Mass. 

[12463 
Certificate of membership in Happi- 
ness club. (F 75969, Apr. 27, 1909: 
2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Hardman, Peck & co., New York, 
N. Y. [31 photographs.] 

[12464-12494 
Alda (Frances). 170S-1, 1708-3.— 
Campanini (Cleofonte). 1699-2,1699- 
5. — Constantino ( Florencio ) . — Destinn 
( Emmy ) . 1721-4 to 1721-8, 1721-11.— 
Gilibert (Charles). 1674-5 to 1674- 
7.— Jorn (Carl). 1733-1, 1733-3.— 
Labia ( Maria ) . — Martin ( Riccardo ) . 
1720-1, 1720^.— Pasquali (Bernice 
de). 1732-3 to 1732-6.— Renaud 
(Maurice). 1751-3, 1751-6.— Sam- 
marco (Mario). 1698-1, 1698-3.— Se- 
gurola (Pablo de). 1706-2, 1706-3.— 
Zentallo (Giovanni). 1680-1. 1680-2. 
(H 126233-126263, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Hare (Geo. J.), Buffalo, N. Y. [12495 
Easter morn. (H 125676, Apr. 12, 

1909.) 

Harney (Walter D.). Tacoma. Wash. 

[12496. 12497 

Evening swim. (F 7562S. Apr. 20, 

1909.) 

Watering milk in Washington. (F 

75627, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

186 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 18-21. May. 1909 



12542 



Hart. Schaffxkr & Marx, Chicago, 
111. [12498 

Reading the declaration. (F 75833, 
Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Harvey (E. S.), Lebanon, Ind. 

[12499-12500 
Lebanon, Ind., North Lebanon st. 

(H 125S02. Apr. 15, 1909.) 
Lebanon high school baseball team, 

]909. (H 126109, Apr. 24, 1909.) 



Harvey (Fred), Kansa 
prints.] 
Fisher's peak.- 
hotel Castaneda 



City, Mo. [3 

[12501-12503 

Las Vegas, N. Mex., 

-Raton tunnel. ( F 



75911-75913, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Hathaway (J. P.), Muskogee, Okla. 

[12504 
Muskogee, Okla., business section, 
1909. (H 125609, Apr. 12, 1909.) 



B.), 



Hayes ( Rutherford 
don. Conn. 
New London in the 
75933, Apr. 19, 1909.) 



New Lon- 

[12505 

future. (F 



Heisser (Jacob H.), Minneapolis, 
Minn. [3 photographs.] 

[12506-12508 
Bad brave. — Bears necklace. — Mink 
woman. (H 125673-125675, Apr. 12, 
1909.) 

Hexsley (O. L.), Jonesboro, Tenn. 

[12509, 12510 
Jonesboro, Tenn. 1. 2. (H 125548, 
125549. Apr. 10, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
3,1909.) 

Herrick (G. FIerbert), Winchendon, 

Mass. [12511 

Wildwood monarch. (H 126213, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Hispanic society of America, New 
York, N. Y. [12512-12532 

Al agua; by Joaquin Sorolla y Bas- 
tida. 

Alfonso XIII (His Majesty) in ar- 
tillery uniform; by Joaquin Sorolla y 
Bastida. 

in hussar uniform ; by Joaquin 

Sorolla y Bastida. 

Asturias (His royal highness the 
prince of) ; by Joaquin Sorolla y Bas- 
tida. 

Battenberg (Her royal highness the 
princess Henry of ) ; by Joaquin So- 
rolla y Bastida. 

Borbon (Her royal highness Doha 
Ysabel de) ; by Joaquin Sorolla y Bas- 
tida. 



Hispanic society of America — Cont'd. 

Calle de Toledo; by Joaquin Sorolla 
y Bastida. 

Canada, Asturias; by Joaquin So* 
rolla y Bastida. 

Cordeleros ; by Joaquin Sorolla y 
Bastida. 

Despues del bano ; by Joaquin So- 
rolla y Bastida. 

(H 125615-125624, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Gallery of the museum of the His- 
panic society of America. (H 126066, 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Maris pintando, Pardo ; by Joaquin 
Sorolla y Bastida. 

Mis hijas, Elena y Maria a caballo 
con los trajes valencianos de 1808 ; by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Niiio en el mar ; by Joaquin Sorolla 
y Bastida. 

Pedrizas (Las), Pardo; by Joaquin 
Sorolla y Bastida. 

Rio de la Truchas, Granja ; by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Segovia (Alrededores de) ; by Joa- 
quin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Toros que se preparan para sacar 
las barcas de pesca : by Joaquin So- 
rolla y Bastida. 

Triste herencia ; by Joaquin Sorolla 
y Bastida. 

Victoria Eugenia Cristiua, Queen of 
Spain; by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. 

Vista del Torneo; by Joaquin So- 
rolla y Bastida. 

(H 125625-125634, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Hitchler (A. H.), New Orleans, La. 

[12533 
Eye postal. (F 75506, Apr. 16, 1909 ; 
2 c. Mar. 13, 1909.) 

Holland (Carl A.), Rochester, Minn. 

[12534 
Rochester, Minn., St. Mary's hospi- 
tal. (H 123707, Mar. 5. 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 3, 1909. 

Hollister (C. W.), Mexico, N. Y. 

[12535-12540 

Ice banks at Mexico point. B-G. 
(H 124681-1246S6, Mar. 25, 1909.*) 

Holyoke turnverein, U. S. [12541 

Halle des Holyoke tnrnvereins. (F 
75760, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Hopkins (O. D.), Indianapolis, Ind. 

[12542 
When might I have a heart to heart 
talk with you. (F 74805, Mar. 26 y 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 30, 1909. 



187 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12543 



pt. iv. n. 



v. 4 



Horgan (J.), jr., Scraiiton, Pa. 

[12543-12545 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Irem temple. (H 
126065. Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 23, 
1909. 

1, 2. (H 125639, 125640, Apr. 

12, 1909.) 

HORGAN FLYING MACHINE CO., Chicago, 

111. [12546 

American eagle. (H 125523, Apr. 9, 
1909; 2 c. Mar. 24, 1909.) 

Howard brush co., New York. N. Y. 

[12547, 1254S 
Maud. ( G 21489, Apr. 30, 1909. ) 
Maud's eyes. (G 21490, Apr. 30, 

1909.) 

Hubert bros., Buffalo, N. Y. [12549 
Well directed. (H 12635S, Apr. 20, 
1909; 2 c Mar. 30, 1909. 

Hughes (W. J.), Catskill, N. Y. 

[12550 
Catskill and the Catskill mountains. 
(F 75S52, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Huntsman (A.), Colville, Wash. 

[12551 
Colville. Wash., apples going to mar- 
ket (H 126453, May 3, 1909.) 

Ingersoll (Truman Ward), St. Paul. 

Minn. [12552, 12553 

St. Paul. Minn. 1, 2. (H 125935, 

125936, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

International committee of Y. M. 

C. A., New York, N. Y. [12554 

Men's meeting. (F 76212, May 4, 

1909.) 

Irving (Mary K.), Oakland, Cal. 

[12555 
Miracle of the poppv. (F 75544. 
Apr. 19, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Jackson (Bradford D.), Glendora, 
Cal. [12556, 12557 

Mt. San Antonio. Old Baldv, 10,142 
ft. (H 126497, May 4, 1909.) 

San Dimas, Cal. (H 12649S, Mav 4, 
1909.) 



Jaeger (J. F.), Washington, Mo. 

[12558. 12559 
Washingtou, Mo. 1, 2. (H 125664, 
125665, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Johnson (William Martin), New 
York, N. Y. [12560 

Study in composition. 1. (F 75970, 
Mar. 31, 1909.*) 

Judge co., New York, N. Y. [12561 

Please find enclosed. (F 76384, Mav 
10, 1909.) 



Keefe (Walter S.), Chicago, 111. 

[12562 
Kady cement post mould and pallet. 
(H 126710, May 5, 1909.) 

Keith (Geo. E.), co., Campello, Mass. 

[12563 
Walk over girl. (G 21440, Apr. 22, 
1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 27, 1909. ) 

Kerfoot (John Barrett), Freehold, 
N. J. [10 photographs.] 

[125G4-12573 
Grizzlies at attention. — Grizzly bears 
feeding in the woods. — Grizzly in re- 
treat. — Grizzly mother and cubs. — 
Grizzly walking. — Investigating griz- 
zly. — Pair of young grizzlies.— Thou- 
sand pound grizzly. — Two grizzlies in 
the dark. — Young grizzly at close 
quarters. (H 126043-126052, Apr. 22, 
1909.) 



King (George R.), Pasadena, Cal. 

[12574, 12575 
Two Johns. 12077. 1207S. (H 
126039, 126040, Apr. 6, 1909.) 

King (Guy), Philadelphia, Pa. [12576 
Country bov in boots. (H 12610S, 
Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Kirkbride (Chester), Macomb. 111. 

[12577 
Western Illinois state normal school, 
moonlight on the campus. (H 126273, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Klackner (C), New York, N. Y. 

[12p7S-125S3 

Contemplation, the artist's child; by 
Greuze. (F 75252, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Hare (Master) ; by Sir Joshua 
Reynolds. (F 75255, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Innocence; bv Greuze. (F 75254, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Luna; by Geo. H. Hall. (H 125614, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Margarita (Infanta) ; bv Velasquez. 
(F 75253, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Queen of summer ; bv Elizabeth Son- 
rel. (F 75256, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Kliegl bros., New York, N. Y. [12584 
Great white way. (F 75451, Apr. 15, 
1909.) 

Klopsch (Louts), New York. N. Y. 

[125S5 
Presidents of the U. S. A. (G 21448, 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

York, N. Y. 
[125S6 
Waldrop (Miss Oza) at the piano. 
(H 126069, Apr. 23. 1909.) 

188 



Knabe (Wm.) co., New 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
qos. 18 21, May, 1909 



12669 



Knoedleb (E. L.L New York. X. Y. 

ri2.-)S7 
Bingham ( lion. Ainu 1 ) : by Sir Josua 
Reynolds. I r 75850, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Kxox (Thomas), Barnesboro, Pa. 

[12588 
Knox's moon photographs. (H 
125690. Apr. 3, 3909: 2 c. Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

KOKEN BARBERS' SUPPLY CO., St. LOUiS, 

Mo. [12 prints.] [12589-1 2G00 

At the ball game. — At the ban- 
quet — At the opera. — Card clnb. — 
Dancing lesson. — Entertaining her 
company. — Golf links. — On the beach. — 
Primping. — Shopping. — ■ Wading. — 
Yachting. (F 7525S-75269, Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

Kuderer (Chas.), Woodlawn, Pa. 

[12601 
Modern machine tools. (F 75774, 
Jan. 19, 1909.*) 

Ladies' Hermitage assn., Nashville. 

Tenn. [12602-12605 

Hermitage (The), near Nashville 

Tenn. 1-4. (F 76321-76324, May 7, 

1909.) 

Lamb (J. & R.), New York. N. Y. 

[12606 
Bathgate memorial font in French 
stone. (H 125702, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

LiANGebek ( Jacob ), New York, N. Y. 
[10 prints] [12607-12616 

Flower ba sket. — Flowers. — Holly. — 
Merry Christmas. — Mrs. Marshall, 
laundress. — Pansies. — Rose. — Rose & 
forget me not. — Sweet peas. — Wild 
rose. (F 75361-75370, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

La Roche (F.), 



photographs] 
Beaver marsh. 
2. — Skagit valley 
Apr. 15, 1909.) 

(George R.) co 



Seattle, Wash. [4 

[12617-12620 

-Mount Vernon. 1. 

(H 125806-125809, 



Leeland art co., Mitchell, S. Dak. |5 
photographs.] [12626-12630 

Bright idea. — Homestead claimant. — 
If yon will chop. — -Lucky winners of 
Trip co. land. — She got so busy at 
chopping wood. (H 125552, Mar. 27, 
1909: 2 c. Apr. 8, 1909; H 125553- 
125556, Alar. 27, 1909.*) 

Leserman (Louis), New York, N. Y. 
[7 prints.] [12631-12637 

Coppersmith (The). — Marriage 
dream. — Roman girl at fountain. — 
Spoils of war. — Springtime. — Storm 
(The). — Wedding feast in Brittany. 
(F 75512-75518, Mar. 22. 1909.*) 

Leubrie & Elkus, New York, N. Y. 
[16 prints.] [12638-12653 

Coquette. — Debutante. — Expectan- 
cy. — Fair graduate. — Girl with the 
hoe. — Her daily loaf. — Just glancing. — 
Just jesting. — Just strolling. — Just 
stunning. — Matinee girl. — Miss Inno- 
cence. — Peek-a-boo. — Somebody's dar- 
ling. — Those roguish eyes. — Well I 
wonder. (F 74S61-74876. Mar. 29, 
1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 28, 1909, ex- 
cept F 74870, of which 2 c. Alar. 29, 
1909.) 

Levine bros., inc., New Yorl 



Hunter 

( G 21323- 

Lewis (D. J.) 



INC., 

of the 
21329, 



Lawrence 
111. 
Kirkland, 
125747, Apr. 



111., sheep 
14, 1909.) 



Chicago, 
[12621 
yards. (H 



Lea (A. J.), Chichester, 

Kaaterskill falls, 
125611, Apr. 12, 1909.) 
Kaaterskill lake, ice 



N. Y. 
[12622-12624 

winter. ( H 
harvest. 1, 2. 



(H 125612, 125613, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Leeds (Augusta Glose), Chicago, 111. 

[12625 
Glose (Augusta) (F 75382, Apr. 
13, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 12, 1909.) 



N. Y. 
[12654-12660 
African jungle. 1-7. 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Laurence, Mich. 

[12661 

Return from pasture. (II 125713, 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Lidgerwood mfg. co., Chicago, 111. 

[12662, 12663 

Crawford pneumatic or steam con- 
troller. (F 75600, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Lidgerwood-Crawford excavator. ( F 
75599, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Linderman (Frank B.), Helena, 
Mont. [12664 

Prospector (The) (H 125056, Alar. 
29, 1909; 2 c. May 3, 1909.) 

Linpsley (Lawrence Denny), Lake- 
side, Wash. [12665, 12666 
Lake Chelan, mule deer. 443, 444. 
(II 126106, 126107, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Lippincott (Oliver), New York, N. Y. 

[12667 

Townsend (Air. Edward) (H 

126476, May 3, 1909.) 
Long (Dane. B.), Buffalo. N. Y. 

[12668, 12669 

Easter girl. S17, SIS. (F 51976, 
51977, Mar. 21, 1907; 1 c. of each Mar. 
21, 1907; 2 c. of each Mar. 31, 1909.) 



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12670 



pt. IV, u. 



v.4 



Ltjmiere studio, Omaha, Nebr. 

[12670-12673 
Cody (Win. F.) 1-4. (H 125904- 
125907, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

McClure (It. B.), New York, N. Y. 

[12674-12678 
Around the world with Dorothy 

Dot. (F 75540, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 75839, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 76154, May 1, 1909.) 

Clown toy. (F 75541, Apr. 17, 

1909.) 

Kid Cut Up's puzzle. (F 76155, 

May 1, 1909.) 

Mace (Chas. E.), Denver, Colo. 

[12679 
Cow boy pastimes. (H 126477, May 
4, 1909.) 

McIntosh (Hugh D.), New York, 

N. Y. [12680 

Sydney, N. S. W. Contest between 

Johnson and Burns. (F 75043, Mar. 

22, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1909. 

McMinn (R. H.), Denver, Colo. 

[12681 
My mind is so constantly on my 
work. (F 75545, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

McQuillan (T. R.), Guymon, Okla. 

[12682 
Guymon wins the county seat. (H 
126023, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Magnolia Park land co., Houston, 
Tex. [12683 

Magnolia Park and surroundings. 
(H 125608, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Malone (J. D.), Oil City, La. 



[12684-12686 

(H 125677, 

of each Apr. 



Oil City, La. 1, 2. 
J 25678, Apr. 12, 1909; 2 c, 
9 1909. ) 
' 3. (H 125679, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Maltesta (Angelo A.), New York, 
N. Y. [12687 

Presidents of the U. S. A. (F 75616, 
Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Manahan (William H.) jr., Hills- 
boro, N. H. [S photographs] 

[12888-12695 

Along the banks. — Beside the still 

Maters.— Country road. — Pool (The). — 

River road. — Road by the pool. — 

Summer afternoon. — Winding way. ( H 

126024-126031, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Marceau (Theo. C), New York, N. Y. 

[12696-12700 

Macintosh (Hugh) 1-4. (H 

125731-125734, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Tobin (Mrs. Clement) (H 125735, 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 



Marchand ( Louis ) , 
[17 prints] 
Bahnhof (Der) 1, 
(Die) 1-4. — Haustiere 



Paris, France. 

[12701-12717 

2.— Grosestadt 

(Die). — Kleine 



(Die) stadt. — Leben (Das) auf dem 
land. 1-4. — Landschaft (Die). — Meer 
(Das). — Pflanzen (Die). — Post 
(Die).— Wald (Der). (F 75711- 
75727, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Mariner (Geo. E.), La Crosse, Wis. 

[12718-12727 
La Crosse, Wis. 1-10. (F 76236- 
76245, May 5, 1909.) 

Marshall (Wilder & E.), Arlington, 
Mass. [1272S-12732 

Elder (SamuelJ.) 1-5. (H 125534- 
125538, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Masters (C. H.), Princeton, 111. 

[12733 
Bureau county corn. (H 124408. 
Mar. 19, 1909 ; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1909 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 31, 1909.) 

Meddaugh (James E), Watsonville, 
Cal. [12734 

Pajaro valley bellefleurs. (H 125610, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 



Meek go., Coshocton, Ohio. 

In the surf. (G 21447, 
1909. ) 



Megeatli stationery 
Nebr. 
8 p. m. in Nebraska. 
16, 1909.) 



co. 



[12735 
Apr. 23, 



Omaha, 
[12736 



(F 75528, Apr. 



Merejoosky (J. C), Denver, Colo. 

[12737 
Expectation. (II 126496, May 4, 
1909.) 

Mishkin (H.), New York, N. Y. 

[12738-12740 
Destinn (Emmv) 1-3. (H 125943- 
125945, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Mitchell (Edward H.), San Fran- 
cisco. [17 chromos.] 

[12741-12757 

Carload of almonds. — Carload of ap- 
ples. — Carload of canteloupe. — Carload 
of corn. — Carload of grapes. — Carload 
of lemons. — Carload of mammoth ap- 
ples. — Carload of mammoth navel 
oranges. — Carload of navel oranges. — 
Carload of peaches. — Carload of 
pears. — Carload of potatoes. — Carload 
of strawberries. — Carload of wal- 
nuts. — Cluster of apricots. — Cluster of 
prunes. — Queen of the roses. (G 
21518-21534, May 6, 1909.) 



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nos. ia-21, May, 1909 



L2889 



Mitchell (Jno. J.). Now York, N. Y. 
[12758,12759 
American fashions. Sartorial art 
journal. Apr.. TOO!). Supplements A. 
B. (F 7141:;. 71414. Dec. 10. 1908; 
2 c. of each Apr. 10. 1909.) 

Modern house mfq. oo.. Pittsburg, Pa. 

112700-12770 
Floor plans for designs 50-59. (F 

75761-75770, Apr. 22. 1000.) 

Ready built modern houses direct to 

you. 50-59. I G 213S5-21304, Apr. 17. 

1000.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago 111. 

[12780-12787 

Dressier (Miss Marie). 1-7. (H 
125666-125672, Apr. 12. 1009.) 

Fort (Gov. John Franklin). (II 
120227, Apr. 27. 1900.) 

Mueller (Feed W.), Waverly, Iowa. 

[12788, 12780 

Waverly high school base-ball team. 

A, B. (H 126321. 126322, Apr. 20. 

1909.) 

Mulleb, Luchsingeb & Co.. New York. 
X. Y. [12790-12793 

Fruit. 826S. 8269, 1208. S267. (G 
214S4-21487. Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Munn & co.. New York. X. Y. [12794 
Giant glass industry. (F 75756. Apr. 
21, 1909.) 

Munson steamship lixe. New York, 
X. Y. [12795 

Cuba review. (F 76209, May 4, 
1900; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Murray (James S.), East Boston, 

Mass. [12796 

Boston, Mass., old court house. (H 

124498. Mar. 22, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 15, 

1909.) 

Murray & Ready. San Francisco. Cal. 

[12797 
At the hour of twelve. (G 21405, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Xatioxal photograph co., Chicago, 111. 

[12798, 12790 

Business. (H 12(5374. May 1, 1909.) 

Cotton blossoms. (H 125025. Apr. 

17, 1909.) 

Xatioxal press assn., VTashinston, 
D. C. [12800 

Dickinson (J. M.) at his desk. (II 
125984, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Xeill (Mrs. Dora Fagan), San An- 
tonio, Tex. [12801 
American Southern poets. ( F 65068, 
May 1, 1908; 2 c. Apr. 21, 1909.) 

1 

S5120— 09 2 



19, 



(F 



New Louisville jockey club, Louis- 
ville, Ky. [12802 

Horse head, Churchill Downs. (G 
21396, Apr. 10. 1000.) 

New York Edison co.. New York, 
X. Y. [12S03-12806 

Proposed designs of posts. 1-4. (F 
761 8(5-701 SO, May 3, 1009.) 

New York Evening telegbam (Xew 

York Herald company), Jersey 

City, X. J. [12S07-12S31 

Book-taught Bilkins. ( F 75390, Apr. 

13, 1009.) 

(F 75759, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75907, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

(F 76217, May, 4, 1909.) 

Dolby" s double. (F 75613. Apr. 
1909.) 

(F 75S40, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 76202, May 3, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. 
75526, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75612, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

(F 75S18, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

I F 75878, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 76145, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

i F 76204, May 3, 1909.) 

(F 76347, May 7, 1909.) 

Pazaza, it's great. (F 75502, Apr. 
15, 1909.) 

(F 75817, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 76147, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

(F 76315, May 6, 1909.) 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 75435, Apr. 

14. 1909.) 

(F 75792, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75921, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 76258, May 5, 1909.) 

Sentimental Sidney. (F 75611, Apr. 
19, 1909.) 

(F 75S77, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 76203, May 3, 1909.) 

Xew York Herald company, Jersey 
City, X. J. [12832-12889 

Boys will be boys. (F 74063, Mar. 
3, 1900: 2 c. Mar. 20, 1909. )* 

(F 74750, Mar. 

Apr. 16, 1900.) 

(F 75784. Apr. 

May 3, 1900.) 

(F 75789, Apr. 

May 10, 1909.) 

Buster Brown. (F 74748, Mar. 24, 
1900: 2 c. Apr. 16, 1909.) 

91 



24. 


1900; 


2 


c 


22, 


3909; 


2 


c 


22. 


1909; 


2 


c 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12S90 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

(F 75777, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75783, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 3, 1909.) 

(F 75787, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 10, 1909.) 

Daily hint from Paris. (F 75389, 
Apr. 13, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1909.) 

■ (F 75442, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

(F 75503, Apr. 15, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75529, Apr. 17, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 19, 1909.) 

— (F 75608, Apr. 19, 1909.) 
(F 75610, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

(F 75614, Apr. 19, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75757, Apr. 21, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 22, 1909.) 

(F 75776, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75815, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75816, Apr. 23, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 75873, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 75874, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

— (F 75908, Apr. 27, 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

(F 75908, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

(F 75922, Apr. 28, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 30, 1909.) 

■ (F 76146, Apr. 30, 1909; 2 c. 

May 3, 1909.) 

(F 76148, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

(F 76205, May 3, 1909.) 

(F 76207, May 3, 1909.) 

(F 76208, Mav 3, 1909; 2 c. 

May 4, 1909.) 

— (F 76216, May 4, 1909; 2 c. 
May 5, 1909.) 

F 76259, May 5, 1G09 ; 2 c. 

May 6, 1909.) 

(F 76316, Mav 6. 1909; 2 c. 

May 7, 1909.) 

(F 76346, May 7, 1909; 2 c. 

May 10, 1909.) 

Departing fleet carries season's rec- 
ord number of voyagers. (F 75875, 
Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Even number of transatlantic liners 
now steaming east and west. (F 
75609, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Little Nemo. 1-6. (F 75436- 
75441, Apr. 14, 1909.) 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 
Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 
74747, Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 16, 
1909.) 

(F 75781, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75782, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 3, 1909.) 

(F 75791, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 10, 1909.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
74751, Mar. 24, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 16, 
1909.) 

(F 75778, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75786, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 3, 1909.) 

(F 7578S, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 10, 1909.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 74749, 
Mar. 24, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 16, 1909.) 

(F 75779, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

(F 75785, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 3, 1909.) 

(F 75790, Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. 

May 10, 1909.) 

Three new liners shown on chart of 
the Atlantic to-day. (F 76206, May 3, 
1909.) 

Undiscovered beauties. (F 75444, 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 

(F 75758, Apr. 21, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Watch the flower pots fill with blos- 
soms. (F 75443. Apr. 14, 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Woo woo bird. (F 75780, Apr. 22, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 23, 1909.) 

New York times co., New York, N. Y. 
[12890-12892 

Impressions of the passing show. F 
75391, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

(F 75617, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

(F 75876, Apr. 26, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Newcombe (Geo. E.) & co., New York, 

N. Y. [12893 

30 love. (H 126352, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Newman (Mary Elizabeth), Elgin, 
111. [12894 

Nina. A. (F 75546, Apr. 19, 1909; 
2 c. Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Newspaper enterprise assn., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. [12895-12900 
Boyle (Helen A.) A-F. (H 126057- 
126062, Apr. 22, 1909.) 



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nos. 1&-21, May, 1909 



13093 



Niagara taper mills, Loekport, N. Y. 
[S prints] [12901-1200S 

Bokahara sultan ornament. — Cas- 
pian sultan ornament. — Ganges sultan 
ornament— Kazak sultan ornament. — 
Mecca sultan ornament. — Omar sultan 
ornament. — Senna sultan ornament. — 
Tabriz sultan ornament. (F 75924- 
75931. Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Xoiske (T. B.), Minneapolis, Minn. 

12909 
Sentinels. (H 126205, Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

North (Monroe S.), Batavia, N. Y. 

[12910 
Toilet powder where vou want it. 
(H 125923. Apr. 12. 1909: 2 c. Apr. 
17, 1009.) 

Norton (W. T.), Alton, 111. [12911 
Pro-slavery riot of Nov. 7, 1837. Al- 
ton, 111. (F 76149. Apr. 19, 1909; 2 c. 
May 1, 1909.) 

Oakes (M. L.), Seattle, Wash. [12912 
Mammoth roses. (H 126483, May 4, 
1909.) 

Official entry card publishing co., 

New York. N. Y. [12913 

American Olympic winners. (F 

75160, Apr. S. 1909; 2 c. Apr. 2, 1909.) 

Olson (W. O.). Alexandria, Minn. 

[12914-12021 

Alexandria. Minn. 1-6. (H 124596- 
124601. Mar. 23, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

First prize rooster at Minnesota 
state fair, 1908. (H 126211, Apr. 12, 
1909.) 

Valley City. (H 126212. Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

O'Neill (Edward A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[12022 
Cuckoo-cuckoo-cuckoo. (F 74675, 
Mar. 22, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 7. 1909.) 

Orr-Kiefer studio. Columbus, Ohio. 

[12923 
Grev (Jane). (H 126340, Apr. 30. 
1909.) 

Osborne company. New York, N. Y. 

[12924 
On Indian rock. (F 75407, Apr. 14. 
1909.) 

Ottenheimeb (I. & M.), Baltimore, 
Md. [12025-12929 

Atlantic City, N. J. 1-4. (F 75947- 
75950, Apr. 14. 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
29,1909.) 

Washington, D. C. (F 75946, Apr. 
22, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 



Pach bros., New York, N. Y. [10 
photographs] [12930-12939 

Kahn (O. A.) S9924 A-C.— Maxim 
(Hudson).— Morton (Paul) S9957 A, 
B. — Roosevelt (Kermit).— Taft (C. P.) 
S9621 A, B.— Wickershain (Mrs. Geo. 
W.) (H 12599S-126007, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Paige (Edward H.), Davenport, Wash. 

[12940 
Hay (Gov. M. E.) (H 126475, Mav 
3,1909.) 

Palmiter (F. M.), Janesville, Wis. 

[12941 
College boy no. 1. (F 75457, Apr. 
15, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1909.) 

Paquin (W. E.), Chicago, 111. 

[12942 
Little diary maid. (F 75131, Apr. 
5, 1909; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1909.) 

Parker (C. W. ). Abilene, Kans. 

[12943-12945 
Parker ranch of the wooden horses. 
1-3. (H 126131-126133. Apr. 26, 1909; 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1909 ; 1 c. Apr. 26, 1909. ) 

Parkinson (Elizabeth D.), Chicago, 

111. [12946, 12947 

Decorated Easter card. 1, 2. (F 

73848, 73849, Feb. 26, 1909; 2 c. of 

each Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Patzig f August), Jersev City, N. J. 

[12948 
New York and vicinity. (H 126452, 
May 3, 1909; 2 c. May 1, 1909.) 

Pelham operating co., New York, 
N. Y. [12049, 12950 

Machine. 1, 2. (H 128100. 126101, 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Perry (Eugene A.), Maiden, Mass. 
[143 prints] [12951-13093 

Acropolis, Athens. — Alexander and 
Diogenes ; by Landseer. — Angel heads ; 
by Reynolds. — Annunciation (The) ; 
by Botticelli. — Annunciation and ado- 
lation of the Magi ; by Fra Angelico. — 
Anointing the feet of Jesus; by Hof- 
mann. — Arabs on the march ; by 
Schreyer. — Arrival of the shepherds; 
by Lerolle. — At the watering trough ; 
by Dagnan-Bouveret, Boston ed., 
N. Y. ed. — Automedon with the horses 
of Achilles; by Regnault.— Balloon 
(The) ; by JulienDupre.— Battle of Lex- 
ington ; by Bicknell. — Beata Beatrix; 
by Rossetti. — Bella; by Titian.— Bis- 
marck; by Lenbach. — Bowles (Miss) ; 
by Reynolds. — Bryant (William Cul- 
len).— ' Canal in Holland; by Isaac Van 
Ostade.— Cat family; by Adam. — 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Perry (Eugene A.) — Continued. 
Cattle; by Paul Potter. — Changing 
pasture ; by Rosa Bonlieur. — Charity : 
by Abbott H. Thayer.— Charles I., 
portrait of; by Van Dyck. — Children's 
friend; by A. Eberle. — Christ blessing- 
little children ; by Plockhorst. — Christ 
driving out the money changers; by 
Hofmann. — Christ feeding the multi- 
tude; by Murillo. — Christ in Getksein- 
ane; by Hofmann. Boston ed., N. Y. 
ed. — Columbus on the deck of the 
Santa Maria ; by Piloty. — Concert 
(The); by Giorgione. — Consoling 
(The) Christ; by Plockhorst. — Dance 
of the nymphs: by Corot. — Daughter 
of Jairus ; by Hofmann. — Deer family ; 
by Landseer. — Divine shepherd ; by 
Murillo. Boston ed., N. Y. ed. — Easter 
morning ; by Plockhorst. — Feeding her 
birds ; by Millet. — Feeding the hens : 
by Millet. — Fluelen, Lake of Lucerne, 
Switzerland. — Forum, Rome. — Frank- 
lin's birthplace, Boston. — Girl with 
apple ; by Greuze. — Girl with muff ; by 
Mine. Le Brum — Gleaners (The) ; by 
Millet. Extra size, Boston ed. — 
Gluck. — Goethe. — Good Samaritan; by 
Henner. — Good Shepherd; by Plock- 
horst. — Guardian angel ; by Guercius. — 
Handel. — Hawthorne's home, Old 
Manse. Concord, Mass. — Hermes. — 
Holy family; by Murillo. 674, 676.— 
Hope: by Burne-Jones. 960, 960B.— 
Huygens (Suzanne) ; by Hanneman. — 
Immaculate conception ; by Murillo. 
Boston ed., N. Y. ed. — Inquietude; by 
Olivie. — Jesus and John ; by Guido 
Renl. — Kiss me; by Holmes.— Krel 
(Oswold) ; by Durer. — Landscape; by 
Corot. 488-490. — Landscape ; by 
Claude Lorraine. — Landscape ; by Tan 
Der Yelde. — Landscape, Diana ; by 
Corot. — Landscape, The mill ; by Hob- 
bema. — Landseer, portrait of; by 
Landseer. — Last judgment; by Michel- 
angelo. — Liszt ( Franz ) . — Little scholar ; 
by Bouguereau. — Longfellow mansion, 
Portland, Maine. — Longfellow statue, 
Portland, Maine. — Longfellow's home, 
Cambridge, Mass. — Lowell's home, 
Elmwood, Cambridge, Mass. — Madison 
(James) ; by Gilbert Stuart. — Madonna 
and child; by Murillo. — Madonna of 
the chair; by Raphael. — Madonna of 
the Meyer family; by Holbein. — Ma- 
donna of the tabernacle; by Fra 
Angelico. — Madonna with the Christ- 
child ; by Def regger. — Maiden with 
vase; by Titian. — Matterhorn. Extra 
size, small size. — Matterhorn with vil- 
lage. — Melon-eaters ; by Murillo. — 
Milton (John). — Minute men, Con- 
cord, Mass. — Mother and child; by 
Murillo. — Mowers (The) ; by Dupre. — 



Perry (Eugene A.) — Continued. 
Mozart. — Niagara falls. — Nile and 
pyramids. — Nydia ; by Bodenhausen. — 
On the alert ; by Rosa Bonheur. — 
Oversleeping ; by Gebler. — Parthenon, 
Athens. — Pasturage in the forest; by 
Jacque. — Plymouth rock. — Portrait of 
an old woman; by Rembrandt.— Prai- 
rie (The); by Potter.— Priscilla ; by 
Boughton. — Raphael ; by Raphael. — 
Recall of the gleaners ; by Jules Bre- 
ton. — Return to tbe farm; by Troyon. 
Boston ed., N. Y. ed. — Rembrandt's 
mother ; by Rembrandt. — Romano 
(Giulio) ; by Giulio Romano. — Rus- 
kin. — Ruskin (John). — St. Francis of 
Assisi ; by Murillo. — St. Mark rescuing 
a slave ; by Tintoretto. — St. Cecelia ; by 
Hofmann. — Samuel (Infant) ; by 
Reynolds. — Saved ; by Landseer. — 
School of Athens; by Raphael. — Scott 
(Sir Walter). — September; by Zu- 
ber. — Sheepfold (The) ; by Jacque.— 
Shepherdess knitting; by Millet. — 
Sistiue Madonna ; by Raphael. 321, 
322B.— Spinner (The); by Maes.— 
Spirit of '76; by Willard. — Spring; 
by Corot. — Stag at bay; by Land- 
seer. — Stuart (Baby) ; by Van Dyck — 
Temptation ; by Hofmann.— Velasquez 
(Don Diego) ; by Velasquez. — Vinci 
(Leonardo da) ; by Leonardo da 
Vinci. — Washington and Lafayette at 
Mount Vernon ; by Rossiter. — Wash- 
ington, Capitol. — Wasp ; by Rosa Bon- 
heur. — Weaning the calves ; by Rosa 
Bonheur. — Whistler's mother, portrait 
of; by Whistler.— Wild cattle of Chil- 
lingham; by Landseer. (F 75971- 
76113, Apr. 30, 1909.) 
Pictorial news co.. New York, N. Y. 
[13094, 13095 

New York Giants team. 01601, 
01602. (H 126318, 126319, Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

Portable and novelty co., Richmond, 
Va. [13096 

Possum card. (F 74916, Mar. 30, 
3 909; 2 c. Apr. 12, 1909.) 
Portola festival committee, San 
Francisco, Cal. [13097 

Portola festival. (F 75851, Apr. 5, 
1909.) 

Post printing & tub. co., Denver, Colo. 
[13098-13100 

Play ball. (F 75330, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Terrible Teddy tours. (F 75331, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

(F 76191, May 3, 1909.) 

Probst (George), New York, N. Y. 

[13101 
Lincoln (A.) (F 75934, Apr. 24, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 12, 1909.) 



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lies. 18-21, May. 1909. 



13172 



Providence lithograph 
deuce, R. I. 
Paul on the grace of giving 



oo., Provi- 

13102. 13103 



(G 



21288, Apr. 5, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 3, 1909.) 
Paul's last words, i G 21289, Apr. 5, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 3. 1909.) 

Pauley (C. FA. New York. N. Y. 

[13104 
Who's afraid? (F 750S0. Apr. 5, 
1909: 2 c. Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Rau (William PL). Philadelphia, Pa. 

[13105 
Shibe baseball park, opening game. 
(H 125872, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Raymond (Maurice F.i. Cleveland. 
Ohio. [13106-13108 

International fun maker. (G 21176. 
Mar. 16. 1900.) 

Kins: of entertainers. (G 21177. 
Mar. 16, 1909.) 

Santa Clans outdone. (G 21175. 
Mar. 16. 1909. 

2 c. of each Mar. 15, 1909. 

Richards (Robert Richards), New 
York. N. Y. [13109 

Guard mount. (F 75358, Apr. 13. 
1909: 2 c. Apr. 6, 1909.) 

Riebe (Ernest), Waukegan, 111. 

[13110 
Waukegan. ( F 75910. Apr. 28. 1909. ) 

Rogers (M.). Hyattsville, Md. 

[13111-13115 
Mr. Olivet [cemetery]. 1-4. (H 

126206. 126207. 126209. 126210, Apr. 27. 

1909: 2 c. of each Apr. 28, 1909.) 
5. (H 126208, Apr. 27. 1909: 

1 c. Apr. 28, 1909: 1 c. Apr. 29. 1909.) 

Roopex (Charles H.), Waltham. 
Mass, [13116 

Pensive girl. (H 125522. Apr. 9. 
1909.) 

Rosenbltjm (William) & co.. New 
York. N. Y. [13117, 13118 

Rosenblum beautv page. Apr.. 1909. 
(F 75942. Mar. 31. 1909.) 

May, 1909. (F 75943, Apr. 24, 

1909.) 

Roshox (J. W.) & Lemer (J. D.), 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

Members of Senate of Pennsylvania. 
1909-1910. (H 125990, Apr. 20. 1909.) 

Rotograph company. New York, N. Y. 
[17 photographs.] [13120-13136 
Call to arms. — Cleanliness is next to 
godliness. — Fred: Would you elope 
with anybody? — I don't know where 
I'm going. — I wish I could get 



Rotograph company — Continued, 
around. — Jack-full. — Japan wiping up 
China. — Johnny on the spot. — Not 
able to get around. — Oh! It's nice to 
be married. — She: Are you fond of 
corn on the ear? — Showing her back- 
bone. — Skyscraper. — Smile that comes 
off every night. — Stitch in time saves 
nine. — Tenderfoot. — We are itching to 
get home, ill 125758-125760, 125762- 
125775, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Royal specialty' co.. Cleveland. Ohio. 
[5 photographs] [13137-13141 

Chest developer. — Feels good. — Full 
current. — I always use it. — Smoothing 
the wrinkles. (H 126347-126351. Apr. 
80. 1909.) 

Rushforth (Walter E.). Lawrence, 

Mass. [13142 

Lawrence. Mass.. new Aver mills. 

(F 75936. Apr. 19. 1909: 2 c. Apr. 24, 

1909. ) 

Rl'ssell (Willis W. ) card co.. Mill- 
town. N. J. [13143. 13144 
Our Mary. (F 75357. Apr. 6. 1909.) 
Red Deer (Chief). (F 75356. Apr. 

6. 1909.) 

Rust ckaet shop. Kansas City. Mo. 

[13145-13149 

Aw there a hit no Sandy Claws. (F 
75455. Feb. 12. 19C9.) 

I'm a blotter just made up to blot. 
iF 75453. Feb. 12, 1909.) 

I'm just a little blotter. (F 75452, 
Feb. 12, 1909.) 

I'm just made up to blot. (F 75454. 
Feb. 12. 1909.) 

Merrv Christmas fellers. (F 75456. 
Feb. 12. 1909.) 

2 c. of each Mar. 18, 1909A 

St.-Gaedexs (Ar-GL'STA H.). Windsor. 
Yt. [13150 

Mac Monnies (Frederick), carica- 
ture: bv Augustus St. Gaudens. (H 
125941. Apr. 19. 1909.) 

Sanders (A. W.), St. Louis, Mo. 

[13151 

New and old St. Louis. (H 125S7S, 
Apr. 16. 1909; 2 c. Apr. 15, 1909.) 

[13119 | Sarony (Otto) co.. New York. X. Y. 

[13152-13172 

Jeffries (James J.). 6. 8, x 15. x 21. 
22. x 24, x 25. x 28. (H 120118- 
126125. Apr. 24. 1909.) 

16. 17. ( H 126037, 12603S, Apr. 

21. 1909.) 

Jeffries & Berger. 3. 5 HI 126126. 
126127. Apr. 24. 1909.) 

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1317: 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Sarony (Otto) co. — Continued. 

Johnson (Jack), 1 x, 1 xx. 3, 14, 
17 x, 17 xx, 18 x, 20 x, 23 x. (H 
125960-125963, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Screen (Coea S.), Princeton, Minn. 

[13173-13181 

Princeton, Minn. 1-9. (H 126487- 

126495, May 4, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 

26, 1909.) 

Schenck (S. C), Chicago, 111. [5 
photographs] [13182-13186 

Best ever. — Black diamonds. — Can't 
be beat. — Maid and the coal. — Soft 
and easy to start. (H 126342-126346, 
Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Schmidt (M.), Chicago, 111. [13187 
Landscape scene. (F 75835, Apr. 
24, 1909.) 

Schboeter ( H. M. ) . Los Angeles. Cal. 

[13188 
Smallest book. (H 125424, Apr. 5, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Schwab & Wolf. New York, N. Y. 
[13189, 13190 
(G 214S8, Apr. 30, 1909.) 
scout. (G 21395, Apr. 19, 



Birds. 
Indian 
1909.) 

SCOFIELD 

Ind. 



(Eugene B.). Indianapolis, 
[13191-13225 

Beguile me not with winsome arts. 
(F 74214, Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

Best wishes for a merry Christmas. 
(F 73739, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

Chimes of good cheer. (F 73721, 
Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Christmas gifts. 1-3. (F 73736- 
73738, Feb. 23, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
17,1909.) 

Compliments for the season. (F 
73724. Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

Dan Cupid brings, through bur- 
lesque ways. (F 74215. Mar. 8, 1909: 
2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Five aces in one deck. (F 74216, 
Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Good cheer. ( F 73722, Feb. 23, 1909 : 
2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Greetings for the season. (F 73723, 
Feb. 23, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Greetings from Santa Clans. (F 
73734. Feb. 23, 1909: 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

Happy New Year. (F 74038. Mar. 3, 
1909: 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 



Scofield (Eugene B.) — Continued. 

1, 2. (F 73718, 73719, Feb. 23, 

1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 17, 1909.) 

I hold this hand. (F 74217, Mar. 8, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

1 wish you all the compliments of a 
joyous season. (F 73725, Feb. 23, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Lucky New Year. (F 73720, Feb. 
23, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Merry Christmas. 1-8. (F 73726- 
73732. 73735, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Merry Christmas and a happy New 
Year. 1, 2. (F 73740, 73741, Feb. 23, 
1909: 2 c. of each Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Mockery of love! (F 74218, Mar. 8, 
1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1909. ) 

Mockery of love vou show. (F 
74219, Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Straight confidence that love im- 
parts. (F 74220, Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Variety of maids there are. (F 

74221, Mar. 8, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 
What fools we mortals be! (F 

74222, Mar. 8, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1909.) 
Why, Lady Fortune, turn away? 

(F 74223, Mar. 8. 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

Wishing you a merry Christmas. 
(F 73733, Feb. 23, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17, 
1909.) 

Scothebn (C. A.) & son, Mt. Jackson, 
Va. [13226-13228 

Flat Ptock church of the Brethren 
1841. (F 72280, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

Flat Rock of the Brethren, built 
1907. (F 72281, Dec. 29, 1908.) 

House where first annual meeting 
was held in Ya. 1794. (F 72279, Dec. 
29, 190S.) 

2 c. of each Apr. 26, 1909. 

Scott (S. S.). Baltimore, Md. [13229 
Olvmpia (U. S. S.). figurehead. (H 
125703. Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Scull (Sarah Amelia). Smethport, 
Pa. [13230, 13231 

Discobolus; by Myron, [replica 
owned by] Lancelotti. (H 123604, 
123605, Mar. 3, 1909 : 2 c. of each May 
12, 1909.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), Brookline, 
Mass. [13232-13237 

Gee wbiz everything's coming my 
way. (F 76178, May 3, 1909.) 



196 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, 
nos. 18-21, May, L909 



AND PRINTS, ETC. 



13305 



Sheahan (Maubice T.) — Continued. 

Hold the line. (F 76319, May 7, 
1909.) 

I believe that any man's life. (F 
75048, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

May I have the pleasure of your 
company. (F 76179, May 3, 1909.) 

Ring off! The line's busy! (F 
76320, May 7, 1909.) 

Would you like to go automobiling. 
(F 761S0, May 3, 1909.) 

Shinkle (J. C), Woodland, Cal. 

[1323S 

California poppies. (H 126140, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 

Siegrist (E. J.). North Bend, Wash. 

[13239-13242 

Big fur. (H 126090, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

North Bend. Wash. 301. (II 126091, 

Apr. 23, 1909.) 

315, 316. (H 126427, 12642S, 

May 3, 1909.) 

Simon (Herman), Easton, Pa. [13243 
To your good health. (F 75834, 
Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Singer sewing machine go., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. [13244 
New York, N. Y., at night, Singer 
building. (F 76317, May 1, 1909; 2 c. 
May 2, 1909.) 

Sleicher (John A.), president, New 
York, N. Y. [13245 

Little Johnny and the Taffy possums. 
(F 76150, May 1, 1909.) 

Sloan (J. V.), & co., New York, N. Y. 

[3 chromos] [13246-13248 

First kiss. — haughty pussy. — Three 

members of a temperance society. (G 

21338-21340, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Smith (E. Boyd), Wilton. Conn. [3 
prints] [13249-13251 

See that thing those geese are chas- 
ing. — See those critters all standing in 
a row. — That great bear has knocked 
him down there. (F 75771-75773, Apr. 
22, 1909.) 

Smith (G. P.), St. Louis, Mo. [13252 
Ladies will please make this unnec- 
essary. (H 126032, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Smith (Wynne E.), Painesville, 

Ohio. [13253 

Painesville, Ohio, St. James men 

and boys choir. (H 126008, Apr. 20, 

1909.) 



Snapp (J. H.), Washington, D. C. [4 
photographs.] [13254-13257 

Ball room. 1, 2. — Music stand. — 
President's box. (II 124892-124895, 
Mar. 26, 1909; 1 c. of each Mar. 26, 
1909; 1 c. of each Mar. 29, 1909.*) 



State pub. co. 



Boston, Mnss. 

[1325S-13305 
woman ? ( F 



Ain't it just like a 
75405, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

(F 75490. Apr. 15, 1909.) 

- (F 75748, Apr. 21, 1909.) 
• (F 75856, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 75858, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 76298, May 6, 1909.) 

(F 76301, May 6, 1909.) 

(F 76308, May 6, 1909.) 

Amos and Pete. (F 75406, Apr. 14, 
1909.) 

(F 75488, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

■ ■ (F 75746, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75857, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

(F 75S61, Apr. 26, 1909) 

(F 76299, May 6, 1909.) 

(F 76303, May 6, 1909.) 

(F 76309, May 6, 1909.) 

Bugtown budget. (F 75492, Apr. 
15, 1909.) 

(F 75755, Apr. 21. 1909.) 

(F 75S99, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

(F 76250, May 5, 1909.) 

Did you ever meet a Billipossum? 

(F 75404, Apr. 14, 1909.) 
Easter egss should be boiled. (F 

75489, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Gink and Dink. (F 75491, Apr. 15, 

1909.) 

(F 75750, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75902, Apr. 27. 1909.) 

(F 76246. May 5. 1909.) 

(F 76249, May 5, 1909.) 

Little pitchers make bad growlers. 
(F 75860, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Line is busy. (F 75496, Apr. 15, 
1909.) 

Nick tackles the tackle. (F 75747, 
Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Oh see the rudy glow. (F 75859, 
Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Petes have found a flat. (F 76302, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Petes make a foxy move. (F 76310. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Reggie ftahrah. (F 75494, Apr. 15, 
1909.) 

(F 75752, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75754. Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75901, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

• (F 76251. May 5, 1909.) 



197 



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1330G 



pt. iv. n. s.. v. 4 



State pub. co. — Continued. 

Show me. (F 75495, Apr. 15. 1909.) 
(F 75753, Apr. 21. 1909.) 

(F 75900. Apr. 27. 1909.) 

(F 76247, May 5. 1909.) 

To move or not to move? (F 70300. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Uxtra! Uxtra ! (F 75493. Apr. 15. 
1909.) 

(F 75751. Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75897, Apr. 27. 1909.) 

(F 75S9S, Apr. 27. 1909.) 

(F 76248. May 5, 1909.) 

Stevens (Charles A.) & bros.. Chi- 
cago, 111. [13306 
On the boulevard. (F 75360. Apr. 3. 
1909.) 



Feb. 10, 
Feb. 11, 
Feb. 11. 



Stokes (F. A.) co.. New York. N. Y. 

[13307. 1330S 
Rip Yan Winkle. (F 75S3S. Apr. 24. 
1909.) 

(F 76153, May 1, 1909.) 

Stone (Fred L.), Chickasha. Okla. 

[13309 
Chickasha. Okla. (H 125487. Apr. 8, 
1909.) 

Strauss (J. C). St. Louis, Mo. 

[13310-13315 

Adams (E. B.) (H 125581. Apr. 10. 
1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 19, 1909. ) 

Hook (W. C.) (H 125582. Apr. 10. 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 19, 1909.) 

B. (H 125986. Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Kreismann (F. H.) A. (H 125685. 
Apr. 12, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 12. 1909.) 

Sanborn (W. H.) (H 1255S3. Apr. 
10, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Yan Devanter (W.) (II 125584, 
Apr. 10, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 19. 1909.) 

Street & Smith, New York, N. Y. 

[13316 
Eames (Mme. Emma) (F 75434, 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Strobridge lithographing co., Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [13317-13341 

[Posters] 09-C-28, 09-C-50. (G 
20883, 20884, Feb. 10, 1909; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

09-B-96. (G 20S79, 

1909; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1909.) 

09-R-112. (G 20983 

1909 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1909. ) 

09-C-73. (G 20977, 

1909; 2 c. Apr. 12, 1909.) 

09-C^9, 09-C-80, 09-C-S1. (G 

20975, 20978, 20979. Feb. 11, 1909: 2 c. 
of each May 5, 1909.) 

19* 



Strobridge lithographing co. 
09-R-26. (G 21119, 

1909; 2 



-Cont'd. 

Mar. 5, 
Apr. 1, 1909.) 

09-R-207. 09-R-72, 09-C-206, 

09-B-230. (G 21120-21122. 21124, 

Mar. 5. 1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 12. 
1909.) 

■ 09-B-212. (G 21208, Mar. 22, 

1909: 2 c. Apr. 1. 1909.) 

09-B-62. (G 21201, Mar. 22, 

1909: 2 c. May 5. 1909.) 

N. Y. 13008, 09-B-51, 09-B- 

207. (G 21199, 21200. 21205, Mar. 22, 
1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 12, 1909.) 

09-R-73. 09-R-113, 09-R-210, 

N. Y. 13030. N. Y. 13031. N. Y. 13038, 
N. Y. 13040, N. Y. 13041. (G 21449- 
21453. 21456-2145S, Apr. 23, 1909; 2 
c. of each May 5, 1909.) 



Stroud (W. J.), Rock Springs, Wvo. 

[13342 
Cloudy day for the Old faithful 
inn. (H 125469. Apr. 7. 1909; 2 c. Apr. 
16. 1909.) 



Strub (J. M. ) 



Beaver Falls. Pa 
1 909. ) 



Beaver Falls. Pa. 

[13343 
(H 126424, May 



Stuart (James C). Lewistown, 
Idaho. [13344-13346 

Yellow Bull (Chief) A-C. (H 
1 26034-1 20036, Apr. 22. 1909.) 

Sun insurance office of London, San 

Francisco, Cal. [13347-13349 

London, Eng. 1-3. (G 21431-21433, 

Mar. 5. 1909 : 2 c. of each Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Sltperjor color press. Toledo, Ohio. 

[4 chromos] [13350-13353 

Close decision. — Good bunt. — Safe. — 

South paw. (G 21290-21293. Apr. 6, 

1909.) 

Sweet bros.. Minneapolis, Minn. 

[13354 

Maple sugar camp. (H 126064, Apr. 
22, 1909.) 

Taber-Prang art company, Springfield, 
Mass. [13355 

Mary hath chosen the better part. 
4835. (F 74803, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Taggart (M. W.), Roselle. N. J. 

[13356-13367 
[Bathers. Ser. 25, 1-6, Ser. 26. 1-6.] 
(G 21502-21513. May 3. 1909.) 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, A.ND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. L8-21, May, 1909 



13459 



Tammix ill. II. i. Denver, Colo. [33 
prints.] [13368-13400 

And may this find you in good 
health. — As 1 beheld a rosebud. — Best 
wishes of the Easter mora. — Corralled. 
— Cowboy race with wild bronchos. — 
Cupidity. — Dear friend, some are after 
honor. — Easter greetings. — Gloria in 
exeelsis. — Greetings of this Easter 
time. — Grub wagon. — Have been de- 
tained here unexpectedly. — He is risen. 
— Here's to blue eyes. — Here's to the 
light that lies in woman's eyes. — I 
dreamt I dwelt in marble halls. — I 
hope 'twill not offend. — 1 send this 
card. — 1 tried to pen a greeting. — If I 
were a honey-bee. — It's not for show. — ■ 
Just pals. — Letter from home. — -Many 
happy returns of the day. — May Easter 
joys be thine. — No question asked. — 
Omen of good luck. — Please accept be- 
tween our meetings. — Queen of Bar 
Tee ranch. — They make you feel like a 
rocky-fellow. — Way a hit sunny. — West- 
ern thoroughbreds. — Yes. forever. (F 
75555-75587. Apr. 19. 1909.) 



Tammen i'H. H.) co.. Denver. 



Lucky 
1909.) 



bud 



( F 76305. 



Colo. 
[13401 
May G, 



Taylor art co. 

prints.] [13402-13407 

Accident. — Application. — Ascent. — 
Descent. — Discovery. — In flight. < F 
75050-75961. Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Tebbs (Robert W.). Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[13408-13411 

New York. N. Y.. First Christian 
Science church, interior. A-D. (H 
120314-120317. Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Teel (Robert). White Haven, Pa. 

113412 
Milk and egg post card. IF 75937. 
Apr. 23. 1909.) 

Tees (Howard). West Point. Miss. 

[13413-13422 
West Point. Miss. 1-10. i II 
120450-120405. May 3, 1909.) 

Tex Eyck i W. P.), Roselle. X. J. [4 
chromes.] [13423-13420 

Canadian police. — Other games be- 
sides tennis. — School days. — When the 
circus comes to town. (G 21479- 
21482, Apr. 29. 1909.) 

Thayer (Porter C), Williamsville, 
Vt. [5 photographs] 

[13427-13431 
After the storm. Smith brook. New- 
fane. Vt. — Feeding the sheep. — Just 



Thayeb (Portek C.i — Continued, 
arrived from the wood lot. — Sunset 
lake, near Williamsville, Vt. — Tapping 

the sugar lot. ( II 120110-120114. Apr. 
24. 1909.) 



Thompson (William B.), Waco, Tex. 
[13432-13435 
( H 120335-120338, 
of each Apr. 20, 



Food baby. 1-4. 
Apr. 29, 1909; 2 c. 

1909.) 



Tolman (Fred). Brockton, Mass. 

[13430-13439 

Coalantha Johanna Lad. (F 70181, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Fair time. (F 70182. May 3, 1909.) 

Taking a fiver, i F 75359. Apr. 13. 

1909. ) 

Something to crow about. (F 70183. 

May 3, 1909.) 

Tooth (Arthur) & soxs. New York. 

X. Y. [13440 

Williams (Mrs.) as Saint Cecelia; 

by Sir Thomas Lawrence. iF 74S15, 

Mar. 27, 1909.) 



Philadelphia. Pa. [6 



Tribuxe compaxy, Chicago. 111. 

r 13441-13457 

Boys and girls own page. (F 75274. 
Apr. 12. 1909.) 

Clarence Culpepper, i F 7.~>272. Apr. 
12. 1909.) 

(F 75553. Apr. 19, 1909.) 

< F 75862, Apr. 20. 1909.) 

IF 70232. May 5, 1909.) 

( F 75271. Apr. 12, 



Dannv Dreamer 
1909.) 

(F 75551. Apr. 19, 1909.) 

IF 75805. Apr. 20. 1909.) 

(F 70234. May 5. 1909.) 

Mamma's angel child. (F 
Apr. 12. 1909.) 

(F 75554. Apr. 19. 1909.) 

(F 75803. Apr. 20. 1909.) 



<F 70233. May 

Old Opie Dilldock 
75273. Apr. 12. 1909.) 

I F 75552. Apr. 

(F 75804. Apr. 

(F 76235, May 



1909.) 

stories. 



(F 



19. 1909.) 

20. 1909.) 
5. 1909.) 



Tuttle (O. ID. Chicago, 111. 
[13458, 

Bunch of racers and judges 



13459 
boat. 



Apr. 30. 1909 : 2 c. Apr. 16. 



(H 120353. 
1909. ) 

Good stiff puff. (II 126354, Apr. 30. 

190!): 2 c. Apr. 10. 1909.) 

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13400 



pt iv. n. s., v. 4 



Ullman mfg. co.. New York. X. Y. 

[13460-13460 

[Christmas cards] Series 140, 
2402-2407. (F 75S85-75890, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

[Thanksgiving cards] Series 139, 
2398-2401. (F 75SS1-75S84, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

Underhill ( Ikying ) , Jersey City, N. J. 

[13470-13472 

New York, N. Y. E 423, E 422, 

E 421. (H 125S83-125S85, Apr. 16, 

1909; 2 c. of each May 1, 1909.) 

Underwood & Underwood, New York, 
N. Y. [13473-13660 

[ Stereoscopic photographs] U 45083, 
U 67627, U 88072, U 114785, U 116273. 
(H 125558-125562, Apr. 10, 1909; 2 c. 
of each Apr. 12, 1909.) 

U 116170, U 1161S2, U 116185, 

U 116197, U 116233, U 116280, U 
116330, U 116454, U 116458. (H 
125717-125725, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

— U 38922, U 40282. U 44469, U 
83949, U 85451, U S808S, U 92784, U 
92844, U 93591, U 96004, U 98393, U 
99975, U 100395, U 100464, U 100711, 
U 100765, U 100777, U 100993, U 
101096, U 107859, U 112811, U 114093, 
U 114787, U 115899, U 115900, U 
115905, U 115915. U 115916, U 115926, 
U 115932, U 115933. (H 125810- 
125840, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

— U 87946, U 106686, U 113710, 
U 116400, U 116449. (H 125930- 
125934, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

U 33631, U 42353, U 57338, U 

105773, U 116038, U 116040, U 116051, 
U 116052, U 116056, U 11605S, U 
116076. U 116084. U 116088. (H 
125969-1259S1, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

U 114583, U 114596, U 114597, 

U 114602, U 114604, U 114607, U 
114611, U 114617. (H 126092-126099, 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

U 41153. U 76235, U 87555, U 

115592, U 116214, U 116224, U 116315, 
U 116325, U 116346. U 116485, U 
1164S9, U 116498, U 116623, U 116629, 
U 116667, U 116672, U 116717. (H 
126165-126181, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

U 87266, U 104575, U 116669, 

U 116764. (H 126281-126284, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

U 32717, U 34417, U 34448, U 

38359, U 3S409, U 55119, U 89533, U 
89734, U 89S24, U 90006, U 90096, U 
104693. U 11634S, U 116415, U 116512, 
U 116515. U 116607, U 116618, U 
116660, U 116663, U 116668, U 116674, 
U 116075, U 116719, U 116720, U 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 
116725, U 116765, U 116794, U 116904, 
U 116907. U 116917. (H 126375- 
126405, May 1, 1909.) 

U 2S903, U 91292, U 116175, U 

116178. U 116195, U 116200, U 116204, 
U 116209, U 116257, U 1162S9, U 
116317, U 116372, U 116378, U 116394, 
U 116412, U 116446, U 116467, U 
116549, U 116555. (H 126506-126524, 
May 5, 1909.) 

-U 116211, U 116217, U 116223, 

U 116228, U 116236, II 110242, U 
116247, U 116260, U 116264, U 116270, 
U 116279, U 1162S7, U 116293, U 
116295. U 116300, U 116303, U 116304, 
U 116807, U 116323, U 116338, U 
116341, U 116352, U 116355, U 116357, 
U 116369. U 116375, U 116382, U 
116386, U 116398, U 116401, U 116440, 
U 116443, U 116448, U 116450, U 
116451, U 116461, U 116470, U 116473, 
U 116477, U 116481, U 116492, U 
1 36523. U 116531, U 116536, U 116544, 
U 116561. (H 126554-126599, May 5. 
1C09.) 

United States cartridge co.. Lowell, 
Mass. [13661 

U. S. magazine rifle. (F 75508, Apr. 
16, 1909.) 

U. S. FASHION & SAMPLE EOOK CO., 

Philadelphia, Pa. [13662-13664 
Seen at the game. (G 21445, Apr. 

28. 1909.) 

Three beauties. (G 21444, Apr. 23, 

1909.) 

Styles for fall. (G 21446, Apr. 23, 

1909.) 

United States lithograph co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [13665-13695 

[Tosters] 11504, 11988, 12022, 12023. 
(G 21280, 21285, 212S6, 21281, Apr. 
5, 1909.) 

11986, 12075. 11989. (G 21317- 

21319, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

12069. (G 21320, Apr. 12, 1909. 

Bad lands: Manege acts. (G 

21236. 21337, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

11940, 12032. 12054, 12067, 

3 2072. (G 21397-21401, Apr. 19, 
3909.) 

12019. 12020. 12033. (G 21427- 

21429, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

12018, 12024. 12025, 12043. (G 

21430-21439, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

1 1 936. ( G 21459, Apr. 24, 1909. ) 

-12070, 12071. 12085. 12102. (G 

21461-21464, Apr. 26, 1909.) 



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nos. 18-21, May, 1909 



13776 



United States lithograph co. — Cont'd. 

11937, 12041, 12042, 12105. (G 

21498-21501, May 3, 1909.) 

Van Kennel (Theophilus), New 
York, N. Y. [13696 

Witching waves. (G 21435, Apr. 22, 
1909.) 

VlTAGRAPH CO. OF AMERICA, New York, 

N. Y. [13697-13716 

Belated meal. (H 126016, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 

Cigarette making. (H 126311, Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

Dime novel Dan. (H 126310, Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

Dynamite waistcoat. (H 125539, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Faithful fool. (H 125543, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

False accusation. (H 126307, Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

For her country's sake. (H 126309, 
Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Forgiven; or, Father and son. (H 
125544, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Grin and win. (H 126015, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 

His first girl. (H 126019, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 

Infernal machine. (H 126312, Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

Lost sheep. (H 125545, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

Marathon craze. (H 126014, Apr. 
21,1909.) 

Marriage of convenience. (H 125541, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Old sweetheart of mine. (H 126306, 
Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Outcast or heroine. (H 125542, Apr. 
10,1909.) 

Plain Mame. (H 126308, Apr. 29, 
1909. ) 

Sculptor's love. (H 126017, Apr. 21, 
1909.) 

Tax on bachelors. (H 125540, Apr. 
10,1909.) 

Where there's a will there's a wav. 
(H 126018, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Walton (William R.), Albuquerque, 
X. Mex. [13717-13720 

Rio Grande (The) 1-3. (H 125926- 
125928, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Sandias (The). (H 125929, Apr. 17, 
1909. ) 



Waters (R. J.) aerial photograph 
co., San Francisco, Cal. [13721 
San Francisco, April, 1909. (H 
125637, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Watt (John F.), Lewistown, Mont. 
[3 photographs]. [13722-13724 

Crystal lake, Snowy mountains, 
Mont. — Crystal lake shadows, Snowy 
mountains, Mont. — Spring creek drive. 
(H 126011-126013, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Wells (C. J.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[13725 
Lady riding ostrich. (H 125873, 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Wessler (Hugo), New York, X. Y. 

[13726-13731 

Cupid's diary. To my valentine. 

1-6. (G 21466-21471, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

West (L. E.), Rock Island, 111. 

[13732-13735 

Bridge over Coal creek. (H 125682, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Rock Island arsenal. 1, 2. (H 
125680, 125681, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Scene on Coal creek. (H 125683, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

West coast art co., inc., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [24 photographs] 

[13736-13759 

Eagle Rock valley, Cal. — Redondo, 
Cal. 1, 2.— San Pedro, Cal., E. K. 
Wood lumber co. — Tucson, Ariz. — 
Twin Buttes, Ariz. (H 125295-125300, 
Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Bisbee, Ariz. — Douglas, Ariz. 1, 2. — 
Lowell. Ariz. 1, 2. (H 125993-125997, 
Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Arizona mining property. — Arizona, 
University of. — Bisbee, Ariz. — Eagle 
Rock valley, Cal. — Fresno, Cal. — 
Xogales, Cal. — San Louis Obispo, 
Cal.— San Pedro, Cal. 1, 2.— Stock- 
ton, Cal. — Tombstone, Ariz. — Tucson, 
Ariz.— Wilmington, Cal. (H 126143- 
126155, Apr. 28, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

Westermann (Anna Btjrnham), Xew 
York, X. Y. [13760-13764 

Bedelia. (F 76338, May 7, 1909.) 
Effect. (F 75458, Apr. 15, 1909.) 
Elaine. (F 75460, Apr. 15, 1909.) 
Esther. (F 75461, Apr. 15, 1909.) 
Ethel. (F 75459, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

White (PI. C.) company, Xorth Ben- 
nington, Vt. [13765-13776 
Blue bird nest in a hollow stump. 
6288. (H 126267, Apr. 27, 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 



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13777 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



White (H. C.) company — Continued. 

Cecropia moth and cocoons. 6287. 
(H 126268, Apr. 27. 1909; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1909.) . 

Cedar swamp and turtles. 6286. 
(H 126269, Apr. 27, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 28, 
1909. ) 

Common Virginia opussum. 6223. 
(H 126429, May 3, 1909.) 

Feeding the family blue bird with 
worm. 6289. (H 125638, Apr. 12, 
1909. ) 

Great northern shrike. 6290. (H 
126430, May 3, 1909.) 

London, England. 2621. (H 126270, 
Apr. 27, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Muchan and Yongste, China. 4447. 
(H 126431, May 3, 1909.) 

Nest and eggs of great horned owl. 
6284. (H 126432, May 3, 1909.) 

Nest of the song sparrow, young just 
hatched. 6292. (H 126271, Apr. 27, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Orphan island, China. 4443. (H 
1 26433, May 3, 1909.) 

Young cotton tail rabbit hiding 
among leaves. 6230. (H 126272, Apr. 
27, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 28. 1909. ) 



White city art co.. Chicago, 111. [26 
prints.] [13777-13802 

April. — Autumn. — Boulevard trip. — 
Dancing girl. — Destination (The). — 
June. — May. — Mystic fortune teller. 
A-D. — Playing two games at once. — 
Queen of the ball. — Run through the 
park. — Sea shore ride. — Spring. — Un- 
masked.— Wooing. (F 75410-75427, 
Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Mystic fortune teller. E-L. (F 
75737-75744, Apr. 21, 1909.) 



Whitney ( Frank ) , 
111. 
Eight by the six. 
1909. ) 



Hubbard Woods, 

[13803 

(F 75854, Apr. 26, 



Townsend, 
[13804 
(H 125942, Apr. 19, 



Wilcox (W. H.), Port 
Wash. 
Mount Baker. 
1909.) 

Williams (May), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[13805 
Bull dog. (H 126130, Apr. 14, 1909; 
2 c. Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Williamson-Haffner engraving CO., 
Denver, Colo. [32 prints] 

[13806-13837 

And you may get the glad hand 

everywhere. — Beet it kid. — Both day 



Williamson-Haffner engraving co. — 

Continued, 
and night. — Chums. — Dear old hotel 
man. — Do you ever think of poor little 
me. — Friendship. — Here I met a 
daisy. — I can't express the thoughts. — 
I know it's hard. — I'm far away. — I 
send this little magnet. — I send it on 
to you: — I think of you. — If my 
thoughts could take wing. — If of me 
you still think well. — In the happy 
chain of memory. — Just brush the cob- 
webs off. — Last penny to my name I'd 
spend. — Likes of U make the whole 
world glad. — May friendship's bonds 
grow strong and tight. — Oft in the 
evening twilight. — Oh what a striking- 
match I'd make. — Peach like you 
should pear with me. — Put in a full 
week here. — Special bound for. — This 
is the way a knife would look. — When 
yer feelin' kinder grumpy. — Where'er 
I go. — Where'er you go. — Yes I've 
often tried to figure. — You know how 
much I love you. (F 73862-7388S, 
73890-73894, Feb. 26, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 26, 1909.) 



Wood ( PIarry ) , 



Kansas City, Mo. 

[13838-13841 
Intellectual pup. (F 75336, Apr. 12, 
1909; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1909.) 

( F 75602, Apr. 19, 1909 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 21, 1909.) 

(F 75855, Apr. 26, 1909; 2 c. 

Apr. 28, 1909.) 

( F 76185, May 3, 1909 ; 2 c. 

May 5, 1909.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New York, N. Y. 

[13842-13858 
Bub, he's always to blame. (F 75535, 

Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 75842, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

(F 76157, May 1, 1909.) 

Kid Cut Up's puzzle. (F 75539, 
Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 75845, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Things as they ought to be. (F 
75537, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 75843, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

— (F 76159, May 1, 1909.) 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

75534, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

(F 75840, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

_ (F 76156, May 1, 1909.) 

Those rediculous questions. (F 

75535, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

— (F 75844, Apr. 24, 1909.) 
(F 76160, May 1, 1909.) 

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13940 



Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
iF 75536, Apr. 17. 1009.) 

- (F 75841, Apr. 24. 1009.) 

(F 76158, May 1, 1909.) 

Woodward v.v Tiernan prtg. co., St. 
Louis. Mo. [13859 

Niagara falls. (F 75548, Apr. 19, 
1909.) 

Wright & Goodner, Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. [13860, 13S61 

Pharoah's daughter. (H 126274, 
Apr. 28. 1909. 

Twilight dreams. (H 126275, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

Zahner (M. H.) Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
[13862-13870 

Fort Niagara, dynamiting ice jam. 
(H 126137, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Lewiston, N. Y., ice jam. 1-6. (H 
125911-125916, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Suspension bridge threatened 

with ice jam. (H 126139, Apr. 26, 
1909.) 

Youngstown, N. Y., ice jam. (H 
126138, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Zimmerman (C. E.) co., Chicago, 111. 
[69 prints.] [13871-13939 

Back to school. — Before winter. — 
Coming events. — Fur time. — Old Kris 
Kringle. — Peaches are ripe. — Spring 
fancies. — ■ Thanksgiving offering. — 
Things for parties. — Winter cloaks. 
(F 74932-74941, Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Be ready. — Before winter. — Brides, 
graduates. — First pick. — Home coin- 



ZlMMERMAN (C. E. ) CO. — Continued, 
torts. — Ribbons and laces. — Spring 
millinery. — Summer things. — Sure sign 
of spring.— Vacation. < F 74968-74977-, 

Apr. 1. 1000; 2 C. of each Apr. 17, 
1000.) 

Autumn millinery. — Blanket sale. — 
Carpets and rugs. — Hosiery showing. — 
Quality. — Seasonable goods. — Spring 
garments. — Wash goods sale. — We're 
cutting prices. — Winter clearance. (F 
75394-75403, Apr. 5, 1909 ; 2 c. of each 
Apr. 14, 1909. ) 

Anniversary sale. — Before summer. — 
Clearing out summer lines. — Clearing 
silks. — Colored goods. — Don't miss our 
fur sale. — Draperies, portiers. — Eas- 
ter opening. — Fabrics from o'er the 
world.— Fall wraps. — Fur prices to 
make fast selling. — Girl behind the 
counter. — He found us overstocked. — 
Home dressmaking. — Knit goods. — 
Lingerie. — Little price, little things. — 
Lookout bargains. — ■ New importa- 
tions. — New things in furs. — Overload- 
ed sale. — Piece goods sale. — Price 
noise. — Prices blown to pieces. — Prices 
down. — Prices to move white goods. — 
Satisfying linen sale. — -Shrewd buy- 
ers. — Summer fancies. — Summer 
goods. — Summer millinery. — Summer 
remnants. — Summer shades. — Under- 
priced undermuslins. — Unloading 
sale. — Warm clothes. — What's the 
style. — Winter millinery. — Wise shop- 
pers. (F 75164-75202, Apr. 8, 1909; 2 
c. of each Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Zuver (Lee L.), Tionesta, Pa. [13940 
Tionesta, Pa., M. E. church. (H 
125751, Apr. 14, 1909.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Catalogue 

since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit 4, 874 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 1, 056 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 6, 713 



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To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 
been received on the day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, 
would read : " Copyright by Mary B. Adelsperger, Chicago, 111. Class I, XXc, no. 
291D5, April 13, 1909 ; 1 photograph received April 13, 1909." 



Adelsperger (Mary B.), Chicago, 111. 

1 13941 

Buddy, the incensed god. Seated 

figure of an oriental holding in his lap 

a lotus flower. (I 29195, Apr. 13. 

1909.) 

Adleman (Samuel), Boston, Mass. 

[13942 
Grief. Placque of a nude female 
figure, bent on hands and knees. (I 
29690, May 10, 1909.) 

Almirall (Raymond Francis), New 
York, N. Y. [13943 

New York, N. Y., Blackwell's island. 
Perspective view of proposed park de- 
velopment. (I 29538, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

American lithographic co., New 
York, N. Y. [13944-139*47 

Fore 'N' aft. An elderly fisherman 
standing in a boat, holding a line. (I 
29575, May 1, 1909.) 

Good catch. Wowan kneeling pull- 
ing up out of a hole in the ice two 
fish. (I 29689, May 10, 1909.) 

Rosa del Monte. Tobacco planta- 
tion, woman in foreground. (I 29617, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Secrets 39107. Two children shab- 
bily clothed seated on a step. (I 
29347, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Anargyros (S.). New York, N. Y. 

[13948 
Yanderbilt cup race. Country road 
with two or three automobiles racing. 
(I 29263, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Anderson (Lewis M.), Atlanta, Ga. 

[13949 
Punk : The god of things that other 
people do. God or joss seated cross- 
legged upon a base or pedestal. (I 
29593, May 3, 1909.) 

Arnot (Robert), Paris, France. 

[13950, 13951 
Diver (The). King of Sicily throw- 
ing a golden cup into the sea, young 
knight looking at cup. (I 29257, Apr. 
21, 1909.) 



Arnot ( Robert ) — Continued. 

Petit dejeuner. Young woman in a 
night robe, in the right hand is held 
a cup. (I 28845, Mar. 26, 1909.) 

Batchelder (Charles Fletcher). 
Chicago, 111. [13952 

Lincoln (Abraham). Portrait mask. 
(I 295S7, May 3, 1909.) 

Beckwith (Carroll), United States. 

[13953 
Wreath of orange blossoms. Young 
girl listening to the whisperings of 
cupid. (I 29569, May 1, 1909.) 

Bennett (C. K.), Owatonna, Minn. 

[13954 

Holstein cattle in pasture ; by Oskar 

Gross. A late afternoon landscape 

with Holstein cows in the foreground. 

(I 29137, Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Berg (W.), New York, N. Y. 

[13955-13960 
Aeroplane. Goblin with wings rid- 
ing astride a flying beetle. (I 29633, 
May 7, 1909. 

At play. Goblin with wings, flying 
a kite consisting of a large leaf. (I 
29628, May 7, 1909.) 

Feeding time. Goblin with wings 
standing on a leaf feeding a young 
bird. (I 29629, May 7, 1909.) 

Harvest time. Goblin with wings 
removing a berry from a bunch of 
grapes. (I 29631, May 7, 1909.) 

Mending. A bee mending the wing 
of a goblin. (I 29630, May 7, 1909.) 

Sunshade. Goblin with wings hold- 
ing a mushroom over his head. (I 
29632, May 7, 1909.) 

Beringer (Allan C), Mill Valley, 
Cal. [13961 

I will come back. Bust of a man 
mounted on a block, a club and in- 
scription on the block. (I 29255, Apr. 
20, 1909.) 



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13962 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



BlLLIKEN SALES CO.. New York. X. Y. 

[13962 

Billikens dog. A dog squatted on 

its haunches with fore legs straight, 

lara-e head with drooping ears. (I 

29192, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Birchfield (Charles Arthur). Xew 
York, X. Y. [13963 

Bull. Tongue projected, ears ex- 
tended, horns curved, tail pointing up- 
ward. (I 29537, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Boileau (Philip), New York, X. Y. 

[13964 
Music. Three girls at the opera, all 
in evening dress. (I 29151. Feb. 20, 
1909; 1 photo Apr. 22, 1909. 

Bonte (Charles E. > Xew York, 
X. Y. [13965 

Flunk chaser, the college cat. Smil- 
ing cat seated on oblong base. (I 
29362, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Boston plastic art co., Boston, Mass. 

[13966 
Yamakin. Statue, infant heathen 
idol seated on a shrine grasping club. 
(I 29147, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Braun, Clement & co., Paris, France. 
LI 3967-13969 

Indische taeuzerin; by Victor 
Schram. Dancing girl, nude to waist, 
fancy skirt, holding garland of roses. 
(I 29388, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Ruse feminine 5S33 ; by J. Worms. 
Table at which are seated a man and a 
woman in Spanish costume; the man 
is picking up a fan which is on the 
floor. (I 29624, Dec. 31. 190S.*) 

Saulaie de la Meuse (Holland) 
8475; by A. Stengelin. Scene on 
banks of a river; a windmill, beside 
which is a sail boat. (I 29623, Dec. 
31, 1908.*) 

Brenner (Victor), Xew York, N. Y. 

[13970 
Roosevelt (Theodore) Portrait me- 
dallion facing to the left. (I 29138, 
Apr. 9, 1909.) 

Breuker & Kessler co.. Philadelphia, 
Pa. [13971-13977 

Girl in evening gown and wearing 
coat. No. 243. (I 29143, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 

Girl in evening gown, seated on 
chair, with head resting on left arm. 
No. 261. (I 29145, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Girl in evening gown, seated on 
divan, with cloak thrown over one 
arm. No. 210. (I 29144, Apr. 10, 
1909.) 



Breuker & Kessler co. — Continued. 

Girl seated on chair with head in- 
clined to the left. Xo. 260. (I 29142, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Girl standing behind table mixing 
recipe from cook book. Xo. 266. ( I 
29140, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Girl, wearing evening gown. Xo. 
259. (I 29141, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Little girl holding pussy cat with 
doll's go-cart containing doll, in rear. 
(I 29146, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Bromberg (Henry A.), Battle Creek, 

Mich. [13978 

Elk's head and antlers with dial of 

clock and star between the antlers. 

(I 29230, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, Minn. 

[13979-13991 

Adams (John) ; by E. P. Seidel. 
Head and shoulders, surrounded by 
laurel wreath. (I 29160, Apr. 12, 
1909.) 

Art nouveau ; by E. P. Seidel. 
Woman, head to left meeting gaze of 
man. (I 29164, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Ceres and her work ; by E. P. Seidel. 
The goddess Ceres, scythe in her hand, 
to the right and left are two groups of 
children. (I 29163, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Daisv. Girl dressed in hunting cos- 
tume. (I 29169, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Dora. Girl, sleeves rolled up, bare- 
headed, holds golf-bag. (I 29172, Apr. 
12, 1909.) 

Evelyn. Fencing girl, white sailor 
waist, black tie and black heart. (I 
29165, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Florence. Girl low neck white suit, 
she poised ready to throw a bowling 
ball. (I 29168, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Jefferson (Thomas) ; by E. P. Seidel. 
Head and shoulders, at top to the ex- 
treme left a candlestick and some 
books. (I 29162, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Julia. Girl with sweater, skates on 
her shoulder. (I 29171, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Kate. Girl in low neck sailor suit, 
holds a paddle. (I 29166, Apr. 12, 
1909.) 

Laura. Girl in riding habit, holds a 
whip. (I 29167, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Marguerite. Girl leaning forward 
holding between her fingers a basket- 
ball. (I 29170, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Washington (George) ; by E. P. 
Seidel. Head and shoulders, around 
which there is a holly wreath. (I 
29161, Apr. 12, 1909.) 



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14015 



T.UKLEY & Tyrrell co.. Chicago, 111. 

[13992 

Chicago athletic association plate. 

Decorative design for pottery and 

china showing an ornamental border. 

(I 29627, May 7, 1909.) 

Cary (TVm. de la Montague), New 
York, X. Y. [13993, 13994 

On trail to camp. Mare being led by 
squaw, colt following, mare dragging 
lodi^eskin, with girl sitting on it. (I 
29346, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Pets of the tepee. Indian girl driv- 
ing dog which carries a pannier on 
each side. (I 29345, Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Church & Dwight co., New York, 

N. Y. [13995 

Proud of her brood. Mother hen 

surrounded by young chickens and 

ducklings. (I 29603, May 5, 1909.) 

Coca cola co., Atlanta, Ga. [13996 

Springtime. Girl, large hat trimmed 
with roses, light waist. (I 29447, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, 
N. Y. [13997-13999 

Artist (The) : by Maxfield Parrish. 
Man in long coat and soft hat, sitting 
on a camp-stool amid a number of 
large rocks. (I 29391, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Lone fisherman; by Maxfield Par- 
rish. A lone man sitting on a rock 
with his fishing pole held in both 
hands. (I 29194, Apr. 13, 1909.) 

Not worrying about her rights ; by 
Charles Dana Gibson. Pretty, ingenu- 
ous-looking young girl, with hair 
loosely waving, appealing look in her 
eyes. (I 29392, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Cosmopolitan lithograph co., New 
York, N. Y. [14000, 14001 

Between two fires. Two puppies on 
first panel, five mice in second panel, 
and three kittens in lower panel. (I 
29608, May 5, 1909.) 

Little sweetheart. Young child with 
golden curls at side of head wreathed 
in flowers. (I 29602, May 5, 1909.) 

Course (E. I.). New York, N. Y. 

[14002-14004 

Hunting the deer. Two Indians 
crouching behind trees looking at deer 
who has come down to the water to 
drink. (I 29548, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Indian girl. Indian girl on Pueblo 
house top leaning on wall, jar in fore- 
ground. (I 29547, Apr. 29, 1909.) 



Course (E. I.) — Continued. 

Turquoise bead maker. Indian sit- 
ting in crouching position looking at 
piece of turquoise in his hands. (I 
29546, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Crowell pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[14005 
Girl and the peacock; by Blanche 
Greer. Girl in circle background of a 
peacock. (I 29261, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago, 111. 

[14006-14013 

Altar used in Catholic churches. 

Gothic architecture, below altar table 

is a relief of the Last Supper. (I 

29271, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Altar used in Roman Catholic 
churches. Renaissance architecture, 
below altar table is a relief of the 
Last Supper. (I 29270, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Altar used in Roman Catholic 
churches. Roman architecture, the 
altar table is upheld by four pillars 
having ornamental capitals. (I 29272, 
Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin. 
Angel on cloud announcing to Mary 
that she is to become the mother of 
God. (I 29533, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Flight into Egypt. Infant Jesus in 
Mary's arms, who is riding ass, led 
bv Joseph, angel flying above them. 
(I 29535, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Home life at Nazareth. Child Jesus 
bearing small cross standing at feet 
of Mary, Joseph is working. (I 29534, 
Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Saint Peter. Statue, right hand up- 
held in act of making a gesture while 
preaching. (I 29269, Apr. 22 ,1909.) 

Visitation (The) Mary kneeling be- 
fore Elizabeth, Zacharias with hand 
held up, Joseph standing. (I 29536, 
Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Dawley (Herbert M.). Buffalo, N. Y. 

[14014 

Withers (Prof. R. J.) Statue, bust, 
features rugged with large shaggy 
brows, deep set eves. (I 29254, Apr. 
20, 1909.) 

De Land (Clyde O.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [14015 

First stars and stripes. Betsy Ross 
holding up a new flag for the inspec- 
tion of George Washington. (I 29610, 
May 5, 1909.) 



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14016 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Deming (Edwin Willard), New York, 

N. Y. [14016-14020 

Mural decoration for an Indian 

room. 1-5. (I 29206-29210, Apr. 16, 

1909.) 

Dewey (Alfred James), New York, 
N. Y. [14021-14024 

Love light. Young woman and man 
in evening dress, before open fire, rug 
on floor before fire place. (I 29504, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Starting on a long journey. Pull- 
man sleeper containing ten figures, 
young man and woman occupy seat in 
right foreground. (I 29507, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

When love is young. Night camp 
scene in woods, edge of pond, boat in 
foreground, man and woman under 
tree. (I 29505, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Witching hour. Camp, scene by 
moonlight, to left is tent and man 
standing near fire, in front man and 
woman in boat. (I 29506, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Drew (Geo. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[14025, 14026 

Birches in autumn. Autumn land- 
scape, sunset, old fashioned house at 
left, birch trees on both sides of road 
leading to house. (I 29511, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Silent pool. Autumn landscape, sun- 
set, woods at right, path through 
trees, swamp showing small pond at 
left. (I 29512, Apr. 28, 1909.) 



Dubuque altar mfg. co., Dubuque, 
Iowa. [14027-14033 

Gothic altar. 1523. (I 29183, Apr. 
12,1909.) 

Gothic baptismal font. 1532. (I 
29376, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Gothic confessional. 1531. (129375, 
Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Gothic main altar. 1508. (I 29597, 
May 3, 1909.) 

1522. (I 29184, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

1540. (I 29596, May 3, 1909.) 

Gothic rail. 1529. (I 29377, Apr. 
19,1909.) 

Du Gardier (Raoul), Paris, France. 

[14034 
White calm. Forward deck of sail- 
ing yacht, sail down, two women on 
deck. (I 29446, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Du Pont de Nemours (E. I.) powder 

co., Wilmington, Del. [14035 

Mallards taking flight. Ducks just 

rising from the rushes. (I 29559, May 

1, 1909. ) 



Eastman (Robt. P.), Syracuse, N. Y. 

[14036 
Tom Catways family. Five persons 
whose hair represent cats. (I 29227, 
Apr. 17, 1909. 

Electro-tint engraving co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [14037 
Buttercup's dinner. Child holding 
pail of milk spilling to the floor, young 
calf standing in front of child. (I 
29581, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Ferris (J. L. G.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[14038-14040 

Ball at Gen. Howe's headquarters. 
A lady steps from a sedan chair and 
bows to a Hessian officer. (I 29573, 
May 1, 1909.) 

Deed of gift. Library at Mount 
Vernon, Washington with hand ex- 
tended to left of table in center. (I 
29572, May 1, 1909.) 

Rights of man. Two gentlemen sit- 
ting at a table, discuss a book. (I 
29574, May 1, 1909.) 



Fidler (Alice Luella), Geneva, N. Y. 
[14041-14055 

Alice. Girl in low neck evening 
gown, in one hand is a champagne 
glass. (I 29180, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Bath. Young girl in white summer 
gown leaning on parasol. (I 29594, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Cheering for our side. Figure with 
arm raised over head waving banner. 
(I 29382, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Clarisse. Head done in shades of 
brown, brunette, nearly profile. (I 
29176, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

College man. Figure, soft hat, 
brim turned down, pipe in mouth, 
right hand in pocket. (I 29378, Apr. 
26,1909.) 

For fair Harvard. Girl sitting on 
cross-bar of large block H. (I 29384, 
Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Girl at game. Figure with large 
hat turned up on side, boa around 
shoulders. (I 29380, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Jane. Girl walking along with a 
cane over her shoulder. (I 29178, Apr. 
12, 1909. 

Janette. Girl, her muff is raised to 
her face. (I 29181, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Lucille. Figure with large hat with 
plume tied under chin holding banner. 
(I 29383, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Mabel. Young girl in white, holds 
cane on which are tied ribbons. (I 
29175, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

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14078 



Fidler (Alice Luella) — Continued. 

Polly. Girl in low neck evening 
gown sitting on the floor. (I 29177, 
Apr. 12, 190!.).) 

Princeton. Figure standing, small 
cap. sweater vest with letter P. (I 
29379, Apr. 26. 1909. ) 

Ruth. Girl in white sweater jacket. 
(I 29179. Apr. 12. 1909.) 

Susette. Figure with lingerie hat 
tied under chin holding cane with 
banner. (I 29381, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Florentine art plastic co., Philadel- \ 
phi a, Pa. [14056 | 

Dance of the loves and the rape of 
Proserpine: after Albani. Panel bas- 
relief. (I 2922S, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Frost & Reed. Bristol England. 

[14057, 14058 

Ruined temple; by Herbert Dicksee. 

Lion and lioness prowling among the 

ruins of an old temple. (I 29204, Apr. 

16, 1909.) 

Winter; by Joseph Farquharson. 
Woodland snow scene with tall trees 
on either side of pathway. (I 29203, 
Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Garbaway photo-art co., Rutherford, 

N. J. [14059 

St. Patrick's cathedral, New York, 

N. Y. A pen and ink drawing by J. M. 

Rose. (I 29625, Mar. 12, 1909.*) 

Gay (Geo. Howell), New Jersey. 

[14060 
Mirrored reflections. Autumn land- 
scape, still creek, hill slopes up from 
water, sunset reflected in water. (I 
29483, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

George (Richakd Fox), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [14061-14063 

Garrison (Williarn Lloyd). Por- 
trait in relief showing left profile. (I 
29635, May 8, 1909.) 

George (Henry). Portrait bust, un- 
draped. (I 29634, May 8, 1909.) 

George (Flenry). Portrait in relief 
showing left profile. (I 29636, May 8, 
1909.) 



Gilbert (C. Allan), New York, N. Y. 
[14064, 14065 

Belle (La) coquette. Young woman, 
undraped back and shoulders, brown 
hair with black feathers. (I 29473, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Wireless girl. Young woman seated 
at table on which is telegraph key 
29474. Apr. 28, 1909.) 



Gilbert (Carrie M.), Portland. Oreg. 

[14066-1406S 

Rain - in - the - face ( Chief) . Bust, 

front view, war-bonnet, etc. (I 27005, 

Sept. 24, 190S; 1 photo Apr. 3, 1909). 

Red Cloud, Sioux. Front view, bust, 
one feather in hair, falling slightly to 
one side. (I 27007, Sept. 24, 1908; 1 
photo Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Sitting Bull, Sioux. Bust, front 
view, two feathers straight up from 
back of head. ( I 27006, Sep. 24, 1908 ; 
1 photo Apr. 3, 1909.) 

Giminez (Fernandez), New York, 
N. Y. [14069-14071 

Belle of Orleans. Young woman, 
low neck blue gown, lace hat with blue 
ribbon and bow. (I 29486, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Normandy belle. Young woman, 
low neck black gown, auburn hair, 
lace hat with black ribbon and bow. 
(I 29485, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Normandy maid. Young woman, 
low neck gown, lace hat with ribbon 
around it. (I 29484, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Gordan (James Reily), New York, 
N. Y. [14072-14078 

Ball room in the New York lodge 
I. B. P. O. Elks. Classic architecture, 
two tiers of boxes. (I 29188, Mar. 6, 
1909.*) 

Borgfeldt building, New York, N. Y. 
Eleven stories high, entrance with 
Doric columns. (I 29186, Mar. 6, 
1909.*) 

Court house at Oakland, Garret co., 
Md. Central dome surmounted by 
large eagle, 3 porticos with 4 columns 
each. (I 29185, Mar. 6, 1909.*) 

Court house of Berger co., Hacken- 
sack, N. J. Three story building 
classic dome in center. (I 29189, Mar. 
6, 1909.*) 

Interstate trust co., Cumberland, 
Md. Six stories high, entrance in cen- 
ter with fluted Corinthian columns. 
(I 29187, Mar. 6, 1909.*) 



Madison county court house at 
Wampsville, N. Y. Central dome on 
which is mounted a figure of Justice, 
portico has S columns. (I 29191, Mar. 
6, 1909.*) * 

12 story apartment house at 35-39 
Gramercy Park, east, New York, N. Y. 
(I I Gothic treatment, four courts facing 
I the park. (I 29190, Mar. 6, 1909.*) 



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14079 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Greyek (Louis), Boston, Mass. 

[14079 

King of good luck. Statue, The king 
is seated on his throne, an owl is rest- 
ing on each side. (I 29193, Apr. 13, 
1909.) 

Grover (Mrs. Margaret Shelley), 
San Antonio, Tex. [14080 

Mumm's the word. Frog sitting on 
a mushroom, holding on his knee a 
champagne bottle. (I 29256, Apr. 20, 
1909; 1 photo Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Gunn (Archie), New York, N. Y. 

L 14081-14096 
Diabolo girl. Young woman, burnt 
orange skirt, white waist, playing Dia- 
bolo. (I 29453, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Female head with green ribbon fillet. 
Young woman, ribbon around head, 
drapery over shoulders. (I 29463, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Female head with red ribbon fillet. 
Young woman, ribbon around hair, 
bow on side, neck undraped. ( I 29462, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Female head with yellow ribbon 
fillet. Young woman, drapery over 



Gunn (Archie) — Continued. 

Sparker (The) Young woman, black 
hair and eyes, large hat, large pink 
veil. (1 29459, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Waltz dream. Man and woman 
waltzing, man in evening dress, wom- 
an in evening gown. ( I 29454, Apr. 28, 
1909. ) 

Wood violets. Young girl, dark 
brown hair and eyes, low neck waist, 
white bonnet hat, violets on waist. 
(I 29450, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Yachting girl. Young woman, blue 
skirt, white waist, oar in right hand. 
(I 29452, Apr. 28, 1909.) 
Gustin (E. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[14097-14101 

Business is going to boom. Exterior 
j of a church, several couples are enter- 
1 ing to be married. (I 29637, May 8, 
| 1909.) 

Great heavens, I'll fire that shipping 
clerk. Stork looking into a basket 
which contains two babies, one white 
and the other colored. (I 29639, May 
8, 1909.) 

Hard day, my dear, five twos, two 

threes, and fourteen singles ! Gee 

how my bill aches ! Two storks in a 

shoulders, "ribbon with bows around I tree tne female is on a nest and wears 



hair. (I 29461, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Golden chrysanthemum. Young wom- 
an, black hair, white hat, chrysanthe- 
mum at corsage. (I 29448, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

June roses. Young girl, brown hair 
and eyes, low neck waist, muslin hat, 
roses on waist. (I 29449, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Kiss of innocence. Two little girls, 
five or six years of age, kissing. (I 
29456, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Lawn tennis girl. Young woman, 
red skirt, white waist, ribbon on hair, 
racquet in hand. (I 29451, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Merry widow. Man and woman 
dancing, man in full dress regimental 
uniform, woman in low neck gown. 
(I 29455, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

My auto girl. Young woman, auto- 
mobile hat, blue veil, brown hair. 
(I 29458, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Phoenix design. Man and woman, 
side by side, each wearing a muffler. 
(I 29460, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Ready for a spin. Young woman, 
black hair and eyes, automobile hat 
covered with veil. (I 29457, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 



a night-cap. (I 29640, May S, 1909.) 
Stork & Co.— The oldest existing 
firm on earth — Undressed kids in all 
shades — No goods returnable. Large 
stork looking at a large sign. (I 
29641, May 8, 1909.) 

Welcome. Open window, a stork is 
bringing a babv to a couple inside of 
the house. (I 29638, May 8, 1909.) 
FIaffenreffer (It. F.) jr., Fall River, 
Mass. [14102 

Oriental water carrier ; by G. Aureli. 
Female figure, oriental costume walk- 
ing and carrying large vase over her 
shoulder. (I 29225, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Hamilton (James), East Orange, N. J. 

[14103 

Inventor's reward. Female figure 
seated, holding sealed instrument, and 
in her left a cornucopia. (I 29348, 
Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, Ger- 
many. [14104-14122 

Crusaders (The) ; by G. Moira. A 
bishop, a crucifix bearer at his side, is 
blessing a number of crusaders. (I 
29528, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Family of the artist ; by F. v. Stuck. 
The artist Stuck, his wife and daugh- 
ter Mary, latter in costume of Velaz- 
quez period. (I 29514, Apr. 29. 1909.) 

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14202 



Hanfstaengl ( Franz) — Continued. 

Her image : by F. Leeke. Young 
woman standing in forest, leaning 
against tree looking at her image in 
pool of water. (1 29525, Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

In the infernal regions ; by F. v. 
Stuck. Men and women in various 
positions expressing extreme pain of 
mind and body, at right woman en- 
circled by snake. (I 29522, Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

Lunch in the forest; by J. Schmitz- 
berger. Hunter seated on stump is 
taking lunch, of which his dog par- 
takes. (I 29530, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Mary in a Velazquez costume; by 
F. v. Stuck. Young girl dressed in the 
style fashionable at time of Velazquez. 
(I 29515, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Medusa II; by F. v. Stuck. Two 
fighters, one holding up head of Me- 
dusa, his antagonist dropping his 
sword. (I 2951S, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Napoleon before Regensburg ; by H. 
Stubenrauch. Napoleon, surrounded 
by officers, standing on hill looking at 
town in flames. (I 29531, Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

Pan; by F. v. Stuck. Pan, the god 
of the shepherds playing on a pipe, 
lower part shepherds with musical 
instruments. (I 29517, Apr. 29,1909.) 

Pan ; by F. v. Stuck. Standing, pipe 
in hand, rock at his back, in distance 
shepherds. (I 29524, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Panic fright; by F. v. Stuck. Pan, 
standing against rock, pipe in hand, 
shepherds and flocks fleeing, two cen- 
taurs at bottom. (I 29523, Apr. 29, 
1909. ) 

Perseus and Andromeda ; by F. v. 
Stuck. Andromeda, bound to a rock 
and exposed to sea monster, is deliv- 
ered bv Perseus. (I 29519, Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

Scherzo ; by F. v. Stuck. Faun, half 
goat and half man following woman, 
at left another woman. (I 29521, Apr. 
29, 1909.) 

Shakespeare reading to Queen Eliza- 
beth; by G. Moira. Shakespeare re- 
citing to Elizabeth who is seated on 
throne surrounded by gentlemen and 
ladies. (I 29529, Apr. 29, 1909) 

Sin IV; by F. v. Stuck. Woman, 
mass of hair hanging over shoulders, 
snake around neck. (I 2951G, Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

Spring day; by J. Schmitzberger. 
Forest scene in spring, in centre sur- 
rounded by trees and rocks a pair of 
deer. (I 29513, Apr. 29, 1909.) 



Hanfstaengl (Franz) — Continued- 
Spring procession; by F. v. Stuck. 

Number of men and women with 

linked arms marching down a hill. (I 

29520, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Valkyrie (The), III act, I scene; by 

F. Leeke. Scene from Wagner's music 

drama. (I 29526, Apr. 29, 1909.) 
Valkyrie (The), III act, final scene. 

Scene from Wagner's music drama. 

(I 29527, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Hare (J. Knowles), jr., New York. 
N. Y. [14123-1412S 

Basket ball girl. Young woman, 
skirt, sweater, no hat, arms in air. 
ball above head. (I 29479, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Golf girl. Young woman, double 
breasted vest with brass buttons, holds 
golf stick. (I 29478, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Lawn tennis girl. Young woman, 
elbow sleeves, no hat, holds tennis 
racket. (I 29477, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Ready for the matinee. Young 
woman, feather boa around shoulders, 
chrysanthemums at corsage. (I 29482, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Ready for the opera. Young woman, 
pink gown, large pink bat with blue 
feathers. (I 294S0, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Ready for the promenade. Young 
woman, fox boa around neck, large 
hat with ostrich plume. (I 29481, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Havender (Joseph), New York, N. Y. 

[14129 
Monument. Consists of a lower 
base, vase, slab and statue. (I 29211, 
Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Hofmann (B.), Rutherford, N. J. 

[14130-14201 
Post card designs : Christmas greet- 
ings and open book, Series 2082, A-F ; 
Christmas greetings and Santa Clans, 
Series 2100, A-L; Christmas holly de- 
signs, Series 2085, A-F; New Year's 
greetings with flowers, Series 2108, 
A-F; Christmas greetings with flower 
designs, Series 2087, A-H; Christmas 
greetings with scenes, Series 2107, 
A-F; Valentine, series 2102, A-F; 
New Year's greeting designs, Series 
2086, A — L ; New Year's greetings with 
good luck symbols, Series 2088, A-I. 
(I 29273-29344, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Horvath (Guido) and Grossmann 
(Charles), Proctor, Vt. [14202 
Washington at the battle of Tren- 
ton. A panorama of the battle of 
Trenton. (I 29258, Apr. 15, 1909.) 



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14203 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Hough (Frederick Ernst), Duluth, 
Minn. [14203, 14204 

Miniature obelisk, or emblem of the 
Ancient Arabic order Nobles of the 
Mystic Shrine. Model in bold relief, 
ornaments and letters raised. (I 

29354, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Tablet or plaque with double female 
sphinx. Plaque in deep relief. (I 

29355, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, Cal. 

[14205, 14206 

Andrew, no. 336. Indian boy, holds 
apple half eaten in his right hand. (I 
29692, May 10, 1909.) 

Child in flower, no. 341. Indian 
child walking in a field of flowers. (I 
29691, May 10, 1909.) 

Hudson Fulton celebration commis- 
sion, New York, N. Y. [14207 
Hudson (Henry) and Robert Fulton 
with a figure personifying the Spirit of 
Progress, holding models of the Half 
Moon and the Clermont in her hands. 
(I 29550, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Humphreys (Albert), New York, 
N. Y. [14208, 14209 

Fountain with bears wrestling. 
Model, fountain, base of granite, top 
with bears wrestling. (I 29265, Apr. 
21, 1909.) 

Young bears wrestling. Model, two 
young bears, one slightly smaller than 
the other. (I 29264, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Hunt (Esther A.), New York, N. Y. 
[14210-14212 

Colonial dame in pink with fan. 
Young woman in colonial costume with 
low neck holds fan. (I 29488, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

Colonial dame in yellow. Young 
lady in low neck gown, colonial cos- 
tume, holds fan and flowers. (I 29489, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Colonial dame with staff. Young 
woman, low neck costume, colonial 
style, holds rose and staff. (I 29487, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Import novelty & mfg. co., New York, 
N. Y. [14213 

Masel' guy. Hunch back man play- 
ing an accordeon. (I 29607, May 5, 
1909.) 

Indian trading co., Atlantic City, N. J. 

[14214 
Moaning of the tied. Dog in sitting 
posture tied to a stake in act of moan- 
ing. (I 29224, Apr. 17, 1909.) 



Ker (Wm. Balfour), New York. N. Y. 

[14215 
Young Lincoln. Interior of cabin, 
Abraham Lincoln lving before fire. (I 
29202, Apr. 15, 1909.) 

King (Hamilton), New York, N. Y. 

[14216-14218 

Head with goldenrod. Young lady, 

large hat trimmed with goldenrod and 

goldenrod on dress. (I 29465, Apr. 28, 

1909.) 

Head with poinsetta. Young lady, 
large hat, ties under chin, poinsetta on 
hat and dress. (I 29464, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Head with poppies. Young lady, 
large hat trimmed with poppies, pop- 
pies in front of dress. (I 29466, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

Klaber (S.) & co., New York, N. Y. 

[14219 
Lincoln tablet. Bas-relief of Abra- 
ham Lincoln, his Gettysburg speech 
and the symbols of the different army 
corps. (I 2958S, May 3, 1909.) 

Kuhlen (Bernard), M. Gladbach, 
Germany. [14220 

Jesus, Son of God, Light of the 
world. Child Jesus in rays of light 
stepping out of house, overhead are 
dove and God. (I 29387, Apr. 23, 
1909. ) 

Lamasure (E.), Washington, D. C. 

[14221-14230 

After an April shower. Autumn 
landscape at evening, road running 
from center, puddle crosses road. (I 
29500, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

As twilight fades. Flat low land 
landscape at. sunset, road runs from 
center to houses in background, stream 
crosses road. (I 29503, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Awakening of spring. Autumn 
landscape at sunset, four birch trees 
in foreground, pool of water at right. 
(I 29501, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Heart of the woods. Stream run- 
ning from center, large trees on both 
sides of stream. (I 29502, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

June day idyl. Early summer land- 
scape, trees in full foliage, small 
stream winds from center. (I 29495, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Lovers lane. Autumn landscape, 
low banks of earth with creek run- 
ning between them, large oak in center. 
(I 29499, Apr. 28, 1909.) 



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14255 



Lamasuee (E.) — Continued. 

Old spring house. Landscape at 
sunset, rolling country with spring- 
house in foreground, creek running 
under house. (I 29494, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Road to the village. Country road, 
large tree to left, rail fence runs along 
road, barn on right. (I 29496, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

Twilight on the farm. Old barn 
with grove of leafless trees in back and 
old cart in front, creek running 
through yard. (I 29497, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

When nature smiles. Landscape 
with road in center, horse and cart 
coming down road, barn at risht of 
road. (I 2949S, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Langrock brothers. New York, N. Y. 

[14231, 14232 

Badger on the alert; by Joseph H. 

Langrock. A badger with its fore feet 

on a mound. (I 29234, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Ferocious bull's head; by Joseph H. 
Langrock. Bull's head showing the 
fierceness of the animal. (I 29233, 
Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Lanman & Kemp, New York, N. Y. 

[14233-14235 
Fanny. Female figure wearing hat 
and holding open fan. (I 29606, May 
5, 1909.) 

Fedora. Three-quarter length fig- 
ure dress cut low. (I 29604, May 5, 
1909.) 

Flora. Female figure seated on 
bough of tree. (I 29605, May 5, 1909.) 

Larsen (Johan Selmer), Boston, 
Mass. [14236-14240 

Batter (The) Statue of street ur- 
chin in the position of a baseball 
player at the bat. (I 29584, May 3, 
1909.) 

Catcher (The) Statue of street ur- 
chin in a crouching position like that 
of a baseball catcher. (I 29583, May 
3, 1909.) 

Fan (The) Statue of street urchin 
standing with large derby hat on back 
of his head. (I 29586, May 3, 1909.) 

Pitcher (The) Statue, street urchin 
in position of a baseball pitcher. (I 
295S9, May 3, 1909.) 

Umpire. Statue of street urchin, 
umpiring a game of baseball, his head 
raised with eyes and mouth wide open. 
(I 29585, May 3, 1909.) 



Larus & co., Richmond, Ya. [14241 
Group of pipes. Hookah with stems 
wound around it, in front is a box of 
cigars, on either side four pipes. (I 
29349, April 24, 1909.) 

Layton, Smith & Hawk, Oklahoma 
City, Okla. [14242-14247 

Daily Oklahoma building. Architec- 
tural perspective view of five-story 
building. (I 29543, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Empire building. Eight stories high, 
the lower story carrying a semi-classic 
treatment. (I 29620, May 6, 1909.) 

Flynn and Ames building. An office 
building, seven stories high, the main 
front being composed of three bavs of 
a vertical design. (I 29621, May 6, 
1909.) 

Harbour and Bass building. Archi- 
tectural perspective view of eight- 
story building. (I 29544, Apr. 24, 
1909.) 

Monte Ne school building. Classical 
style, the front being composed of 
seven bays. (I 29619, May 6, 1909.) 

Oklahoma City high school. Per- 
spective showing east and south sides. 
(I 29545, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Leeds (Augusta Glose), Chicago, 111. 

[14248 

Leeds (Augusta Glose) ; by Hugh 

Stuart Campbell. Bust length, large 

picture hat. (I 29390, Apr. 5, 1909; 

1 photo Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Leeming (Woodruff), Brooklyn, N. Y. 
[14249, 14250 

Office building. Elevation of build- 
ing showing the seven groups of win- 
dows on each floor, the main division 
of the facade into three main parts. 
(I 29571, Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Typical floor plan of office 

building, shows seven groups of win- 
dows, three light courts. (I 29570, 
Apr. 23, 1909.) 

Leopold, Solomon & Eisendrath, Chi- 
cago, 111. [14251-14255 

Her brothers clothes. Female 
dressed in man's attire, hand in trou- 
ser pocket. (I 29554, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Female dressed in man's attire 

seated on a settee. (I 29551, Apr. 30, 
1909.) 

Female dressed in man's attire, 

hand in coat pocket. (I 29555, Apr. 
30,1909.) 

Female dressed in man's riding 

suit. (I 29553, Apr. 30, 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Leopold. Solomon & Eisendrath — 

Continued. 

Female dressed in man's attire, 

standing collar and man's neck tie. (I 
29552, Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Lessee (Elizabeth), New York, N. Y. 

[14256 

Fashion doll. Model of a fashion 

doll to show the lines that are now the 

prevailing fashion. (I 29600, May 4, 

1909.) 

Le Vasseur & co., Paris, France. 

[14257 
Abandon; par J. Coraboenf. A 
woman almost nude lying at full 
length and her head resting on a pil- 
low, young man kissing her. (I 29173, 
Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Life pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[14258-14262 

Cost of living. Big building covered 
with signs of specialists, handsomely 
dressed patients arriving in auto. (I 
29386, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Illusion. Girl sitting on table blow- 
ing soap bubbles. (I 29695, May 11, 
1909.) 

Some prefer wild flowers; by Orson 
Lowell. Formal garden, the flowers 
being represented bv men's heads. (I 
29694, May 11, 1909.) 

When the greatest show on earth 
reaches Rhinoceros Corners. Theodore 
Roosevelt and suite arriving at a myth- 
ical African village. (I 29576. May 1, 
1909.) 

While the carriage waits; by Orson 
Lowell. The entire family keeping the 
carriage waiting while they have their 
dresses buttoned up the back. (I 
29232, Apr. 17, 1909.) 

Luray caverns cop.p., Luray, Ya. 

[14263-14268 

Christ blessing little children. Stone 
formations showing the group. (I 
29564, May 1, 1909.) 

Coral spring in Luray caverns. Pool 
of clear water inclosed in a series of 
'terraced formations. (I 29566, May 1, 
1909.) 

Hovey Hall. A very narrow tall 
room in Luray caverns on which the 
rocky growths on walls and ceilings 
are profuse. (I 29567, May 1, 1909.) 

Imperial spring. A pool in caverns 
of Luray, showing the abundant forma- 
tion of statactite. (I 29565, May 1, 
1909. ) 

Titania's veil in Luray caverns. 
Formation of stone drapery. (I 
29568, May 1, 1909.) 



Luray caverns corp. — Continued. 

Wet Blanket, Luray cavern. Sta- 
tactite formation in caverns of Luray, 
resembling a blanket hanging in folds 
on the wall. (I 29563, May 1, 1909.) 

Maestri (Augustino), New York, 
N. Y. [14269 

Mephistopheles - Marguerite. Two 
figures so blended together that a com- 
plete view of each is presented accord- 
ing as the statute is observed from the 
front or rear respectivelv. (I 29250, 
Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Marcell (Marshall). New Orleans, 
La. [14270 

Holy family-Del Cordero. Infant 
Christ sits on a lamb and holds him by 
the neck, both bands of St. John rest 
on the lamb. (I 29558. May 1, 1909.) 

Mayer (Caspar), Astoria, Long Island 

City, N. Y. [14271 

Kreutzer (Conradin). Bas-relief, 

surrounded by wreath of laurel. (I 

29590, May 3, 1909.) 

Mayer (Henry), New York, N. Y. 

[14272 
Lucky little pig. Small statue of 
humorous fat pig sitting on its 
haunches. (I 29356, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Maynard (Alice*, New York, N. Y. 

[14273 

Maynard girl. Girl crossing the 

street wTth policeman holding up his 

hand to stop a horse. (I 29249, Apr. 

20, 1909.) 

Meliodon (Jules A.), New York, N. Y. 

[14274 
Bold Wolf. A red man's head and 
bust, head surrounded by feathers. (I 
29262, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Moran (Leon). Plainfield, N. J. 

[14275-14280 

Blue belle. Young woman wearing 
blue gown, black gloves and hat. (I 
29470, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Fair Rosamond. Young woman 
wearing low neck gown, black cloak 
and hat, roses in hand. (I 29471, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

Jonquil belle. Young woman wear- 
ing vellow sown and black hat, yellow 
flowers in hands. (I 29472, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Ready for the opera. Young woman, 
low neck gown, black cloak and hat, 
flowers on dress. (I 29468, Apr. 28, 
1909. ) 



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14302 



Moran i, Leon ) —Continued. 

Ready for the promenade. Young 
woman, low neck gown, black scarf 
and cloves, roses on dress. (I 29467, 
Apr. 2S, 1909.) 

Ready for the reception. Young 
woman, square low neck costume, 
short sleeves, large hat. (I 29469, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Morgan (Stephanie E.), Baltimore, 
Md. [14281 

World is hers. College graduate 
with diploma and bunch of roses, in 
cap and gown. (I 29549. Apr. 29, 
1909.) 

Moricorn statuary co.. Cincinnati, 
Ohio. [142S2 

Taft. Bust of Taft, square base, one 
button showing on coat. (I 29592, 
May 3, 1909.) 
Murray (David), London, England. 

[142S3-14286 

Home moorings. Harbor at low 
tide, boats of various classes. (I 
29577, May 3, 1909.) 

In a grove of grey olives. A forest, 
to the left a little shrine, through a 
clearing in the trees can be seen the 
church and village. (I 2957S, May 3, 
1909.) 

Lake Como at Menaggio. Small ves- 
sel moored in foreground, showing oc- 
cupants taking the siesta. (I 29580, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Listening now to one tide in its 
broad-flung ship wrecking roar ; from 
Tennyson's Maud. Wild bit of coast, 
high and rocky, the ocean breaking 
wildly. (I 29579, May 3, 1909.) 
Nast (Christian F.), Chicago, 111. 

[14287 

Too late; by Yladimir Shambick. 
Corpse in bed, four other figures rep- 
resenting Fame, Wealth, Harmony 
and Death. (I 293S9, Apr. 27, 1909.) 
Norris & Winter, Washington. D. C. 

[142SS 

Baseball pitcher about to deliver the 
ball. Baseball pitcher, left leg raised 
in the air. (I 29205, Apr. 16, 1909.) 
Northwestern yeast co., Chicago, 111. 

[14289 

My magic lantern. Young girl hold- 
ing Jack o'lantern made from a pump- 
kin. (I 29561, May 1, 1909.) 
Ogden (H. A.), Englewood, N. J. 

[14290, 14291 

Fulton's triumph. In middle dis- 
tance, the Clermont with Fulton at 
the helm, is starting up the Hudson 
river. (I 29626, Mav 7, 1909.) 



Ogden ill. A.) — Continued. 

Hudson's vision. Hudson on deck 
of ship looking 'at vision of modern 
city of New York, while sailing up 
the Hudson river. (I 29598, May 4, 
1909.) 

Ostiiaus (Edmund), Mahwah. N. J. 

[14292-14294 
Along the brook. Three setters 
pointing along small brook. (I 29242, 
Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Great sport. Pointer and setter on 
point. (I 29240, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Running bevy. A setter and a 
pointer reading running birds. (I 
29241, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Owen (C. J.), Minneapolis, Minn. 

[14295 
Yiking ship. Design for pottery, ship 
with sails set surrounded bv border of 
rope. (I 29532, Apr. 29, 1909.) 

Pastore (U.) & Stahr (F. C), Mi- 
nooka.Pa. [14296-14299 

Common law. Pendentives sup- 
porting dome, with figures represent- 
ing Common law, female figure on 
throne. (I 29541, Mar. 29, 1909.*) 

Lawlessness. Pendentives support- 
ing dome with figures representing 
Lawlessness, female figure on throne. 
(I 29542, Mar. 29, 1909. *) 

Moral law. Pendentives supporting 
dome with figures representing Moral 
law, female figure seated on throne. 
(I 29539, Mar. 29, 1909.*) 

Statute law. Pendentives support- 
ing dome with figures representing 
Statute law. female figure on throne. 
(I 29540, Mar. 29. 1909.*) 

Platt iron works co., Dayton Ohio. 

[14300 
Yictor turbine for hydro-electric co., 
no. 19,935. Top plan view and side 
and end elevations of a unit showing 
arrangement for a direct connected 
water wheel installation. (I 29231, 
Apr. 15, 1909.) 

Prescott (Mrs. Katherine), New 

York, N. Y. [14301 

She dwelt among untrodden ways. 

Young girl, hair done close to head. 

(I 29609, May 5, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co., Provi- 
dence, R. I. [14302 
Warning and invitation. Figure 
of Christ standing on a rock. (I 
29238, Apr. 19, 1909.) 



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Rachmiel (Jean). Paris, France. 

[14303 

Oak and the reed. A female figure 

bent by the wind representing the 

reed and old man representing the 

oak. (I 29595, May 3, 1909.) 

Reber (E. L.) & co.. Seattle, Wash. 

[14304 
King co. Wash. Birds eye view, 
lakes in foreground, Puget Sound and 
the Olvmpic mts. in distance. (I 
29013, Apr. 3, 1909: 1 photo Apr. 6, 
1909.) 

Rees (Alfred Arnold), Evanston, 111. 

[14305 

Pony and Peruke. Four collegians 

in a group the placement of two of 

them form a horse's head. (I 

29268, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Remington arms co.. Ilion. X. Y. 

[1430G 

At bay. Winter scene, trapper 

standing against a tree with gun 

leveled in act of shooting at a group 

of wolves. (I 29560, May 1, 1909.) 

Reuter's, New York, N. Y. [14307 

Natty dresser. Man with moon 
shaped head, in full dress and small 
high hat. (I 29267, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Richardson (Yolney A.), New York, 
N. Y. [14308, 14309 

Auburn crowned. Young woman, 
drapery over breast and arms, end of 
hair hangs over shoulder. (I 29476, 
Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Soul kiss. Young woman and young 
man, both in evening dress in act of 
kissing. (I 29475, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Robson (J. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[14310 

Study of the nude. Female figure 
sitting, legs extended. (I 29259, Apr. 
21, 1909.) 

Rouland (Oelando), New York, N. Y. 

[14311 

Bigelow (Hon. John). Life size fig- 
ure seated at a desk. (I 29601, May 5, 
1909.) 
Royal tailors, Chicago, 111. 

[14312-14328 

Elderly man in doorway beckoning 
for man to enter. (I 29237, Apr. 8, 
1909 ; 1 photo Apr. 19, 1909. ) 

Fall and winter '09-'10 fashions. 1- 
4. (I 29198-29201, Apr. 15. 1909.) 

Fall and winter '09-10 fashions. 1- 
4. (I 29243-29246, Apr. 19, 1909.) 



Royal Tx\ilors — Continued. 

Fall and winter '09-'10 fashions. 1- 
5. (I 29357-29361, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Man at a desk behind railing. (I 

29235, Apr. 7, 1909; 1 photo Apr. 19, 
1909.) 

Man with cloud across eyes. (I 

29236, Apr. 7, 1909; 1 photo Apr. 19, 
1909.) 

Two figures sitting at table, three 
standing around. (I 29239, Apr. 19, 
1909.) 

Rummell (Richard W.), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [14329 

Manhattan (Lower)- Birds eve 
view. (I 29197, Apr. 14, 1909.) 
Russell (J. T.), New York, N. Y. 

[14330-14382 

Abraham and Isaac move toward 
the place of sacrifice. Man riding on 
a donkey, boy walking at donkey's 
head, behind are two men. (I 29433, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham beholds the destruction of 
Sodom and Gomorrah. Steep side of 
hill, on ledge of rock a man is sitting, 
blazing city in background. (I 29423, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham bows down before the peo- 
ple. Turbaned figure standing, head 
bowed, he faces other turbaned figures. 
(I 29442, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham buries Sarah. In hillside 
is entrance to a cave, cut like a door, 
man standing looking into the cave. 
(I 29444, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham caresses Ishmael. Boy 
standing looking up into the face of 
elderly man who sits on bench beside 
him. (I 29427, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham entertains angels at 
Mamre. Man going forward to meet 
three angels, man's right arm held out. 
(I 29409, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham falls on his face before 
God. In foreground with his face to 
the ground, kneels a man, above him 
branches of a tree. (I 29407, Apr. 27, 
1909. ) 

Abraham kneels on prayer rug. 
Man kneeling on prayer rug, face 
raised to sky. ( I 29416, Apr. 27, 1909. ) 

Abraham makes a great feast for 
Isaac. Banquet table, slave standing 
at corner of table. On far side are 
three women. (I 29426, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham offers a ram for sacrifice. 
On altar is a fire, at left a man is 
standing, both arms upraised, at right 
a boy is standing. (I 29436, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 



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Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Abraham offers to buy the cave of 
Machpelah. Man standing, garbed in 
white, facing a group of four men. (I 
20440. Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham on his face on prayer rug. 
Man kneeling on prayer rug, forehead 
touching the rug in front. (I 29415, 
Apr. 27. 1909. 

Abraham pays for the burial-place. 
Two white-robed, turbaned figures 
facing each other, man at left is drop- 
ping money into outstretched palm of 
the other. [I 20443, Apr. 27, 1907.) 

Abraham prepares food for the 
angels. Man looking at a woman 
kneeling at his feet ; she is kneading 
some dough. (I 29410, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham sends away Hagar and 
Ishmael. In door of tent man is stand- 
ing, woman just stepping off the rug, 
little boy walks beside her. (I 29428, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham speaks to the sons of Heth 
for the cave Machpelah. Against cor- 
ner of stone man in leaning, just be- 
yond two other men are standing. 
(I 29439, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham stands before Jehovah. 
Man standing on a rug, face upturned, 
hands clasped to his breast. (I 29414, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham takes Isaac alone up the 
mountain. About a third of the way 
up the hillside are a man and a boy. 
(I 29434, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham treats with Ephron the 
Hittite. Two men have come down a 
road and are about to go through a 
gate. (I 29441, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abraham walks with angels to look 
toward Sodom. Man, long striped 
scarf over shoulder, looking across val- 
ley below, angel behind him. (I 
29413, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abram advises Sarai. In lower 
right corner kneels a camel, just be- 
yond neck of camel stand a man and 
woman. (I 29396, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abram builds an altar in Canaan. 
Stone altar, on top is a fire, faciug the 
altar stands a man. (I 29395, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

Abram kneels before God. In fore- 
ground kneels a man, his face and 
figure and the ground about him all 
bright with reflected light. (I 2940G, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abram receives the promise. Half- 
way down hillside stands a man, gaze 
fixed on sky, garments blown back. ( I 
29401, Apr. 27, 1909.) 



ll (J. T.) — Continued. 
Abram sees God in a vision. Man 
stands about half-way down the side 
of a hill, his face upturned to the skv. 
(I 29393, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Abram smites Chedorlaomer. Body 
of soldiers charging up the hill, all in 
foreground a terrific hand-to-hand 
conflict is pictured. (I 29402, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

Abram's caravan moves into Ca- 
naan. In the center are three camels, 
maid leads the front camel. (I 29394, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Angel arrests Abraham's hand. Al- 
tar built on top of a hill, upon the 
altar boy is kneeling, behind him a 
man is standing. (I 29435, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

Angel blinds the men of Sodom. 
Angel stands in doorway, left arm held 
out, bright streaks of light go out in 
all directions, men fleeing from angel. 
(I 29418, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Angels appear to Abraham. Man 
standing in doorway of tent, three 
angels coming toward the tent. (I 
2940S, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Angels urge Lot from his house. 
Three figures, middle figure is an 
angel, on left is a man and at right a 
woman. (I 29419, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Birth of Isaac. Man standing look- 
ing down where woman and child lie 
on a bed. (I 29425, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Burial of Abraham. Foreground 
filled with crowd of people, coffin car- 
ried on shoulders of bearer. (I 29445, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Death of Sarah. Man standing, 
head bowed, looking at dead body of 
a woman lving on a bed before him. 
(I 29438, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

God commands Abraham to offer 
Isaac. Man standing, face upturned, 
his beard and garments blown by the 
wind. (I 29432, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

God renews his covenant with Abra- 
ham. On ledge of rock on the moun- 
tain side man and boy are standing. 
(I 29437, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

God succors Hagar and Ishmael in 
the plain of Beer-Sheba. Woman and 
boy outlined against some rocks, both 
kneeling, just bevond is an angel. (I 
29430, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Hagar bareth Ishmael. Outlined 
against walls of a tent a mother sit- 
ting and holding to her breast a baby. 
(I 29405, Apr. 27, 1909.) 



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Russell (J. T.) — Continued. 

Hagar in the wilderness of Beer- 
Sheba. Woman kneeling:, she partly 
rests against a bush at her back, 
shoulders and arms bare. (I 29429, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Ishmael, the archer. Lad standing, 
left hand held out holding a bow aud 
his right hand has pulled the cord 
back, readv to shoot. (I 29431, Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

King Melchizedek blesses Abram. 
Opening of tent, in front stands a man, 
he faces another figure standing, both 
arms upraised. (I 29404, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

Lot and his family escape from Sod- 
om. Along road two groups of figures 
are hurrying, angel in middle of each 
group. (I 29420, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Lot and his two daughters dwell in 
the mountain. Steep side of mountain, 
halfway down is a cave, at entrance 
two girls are reclining, man standing. 
(I 29424, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Lot receives permission to flee to 
Zoar. Man walking with angel on 
each side, figures outlined against 
mass of foliage in background. (I 
29421, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Lot receiveth the angels to Sodom. 
Doorway, man standing with out- 
stretched hand to two angels. (I 
29417, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Lot's wife is turned to a pillar of 
salt. Five figures close together in a 
line, back of this group stands a wom- 
an alone, looking back. (I 29422, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Melchizedek administers bread and 
wine. Man kneeling, with hands 
clasped, he looks up into the face of 
another man standing. (I 29403, Apr. 
27, 1909.) 

Pharaoh beholds Sarai. Man, left 
arm resting on throne, looks intently 
at woman who is standing at left. (I 
29397, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Pharaoh rebukes Abram. Three 
steps lead up to throne chair, in 
which sits king, man and woman 
standing before him. (I 29398, Apr. 
27,1909.) 

Pharaoh sends away Abram and 
Sarai. King, right arm outstretched 
in command, three steps below on a 
landing are four other figures. (I 
29399. Apr. 27, 1909.) 



Russell (J. T.)— Continued. 

Sarah is afraid. Woman standing 
partly shielded by flap of tent, on 
other side of tree a table at which 
three angels are sitting. (I 29412, 
Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Sarah laughs. Woman standing at 
opening of tent, pitchel under oak 
tree, on far side of tree is a table pre- 
pared for a meal. (I 29411, Apr. 27, 
1909.) 

Valley of the Jordan. In fore- 
ground is the Jordan, on either side 
the ground slopes gentlv to the bank 
of the river. (I 29400, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Russell-Miller milling co.. Minne- 
apolis. Minn. [14383-14394 
Young America series. 1-12. (I 
2923 2-29223, Apr. 16, 1909.) 

Saxk (Arthur). New York, X. Y. 

[14395 
Tobacco jar. Two side handles, four 
legs, and figure of a devil perched on 
the lid. (I 29152, Apr. 5, 1909.) 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, New 
York, N. Y. [14396 

Dumb luck; by Harrison Fisher. 
Girl, left arm under horse's head, feed- 
ing him sugar. (I 29385, Apr. 26, 
1909.) 

Simon (Herman), Easton, Pa. 

[14397-14399 
Italian idyll. Old Italian house on 
slope of hill, lady near road, geese in 
road. (I 29352, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Lesson in Dutch history. Elderly 
man at table reading book, beside him 
little girl, lady and girl sitting, Dutch 
costumes are worn. (I 29350, Apr. 24. 
1909. ) 

Primitive laundry. Washing scene, 
group of women, one spreading wash- 
ing on grass, to right is ocean. (I 
29353, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Smallwood (Dr. G. S.), New York, 
N. Y. [14400 

Physical drawing of the involuntary 
nervous system. Column on left with 
irregular lines represents a part of 
brain and spinal cord. (I 29139, Apr. 
10, 1909.) 

Snyder (Clarence W.), Philadelphia. 
Pa. [14401 

Full face of girl wearing white 
waist and hat trimmed with roses 
seated at table eating ice-cream. (I 
29591. Mav 3. 1909.) 



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14428 



Stone, Van Dresser co.. New York, 
N. Y. [14402-14404 

Lady darning stocking. Lady sitting 
on bed. only parth dressed, bat on, 
mending ber stocking. (I 29612, May 
5. 1909.) 

Lady partly dressed leaning over 
balustrade. Maid in background, win- 
dow in picture. (I 29613, May 5, 
1909.) 

Pretty blond lady sitting on table 
bolding parrot in ber band. (I 29611, 
May 5, 1909.) 

Stromeyer (J.) & co., Pbiladelpbia, 
Pa. [14405 

I like syrup. Little boy and little 
girl sitting at table, little boy in act of 
pouring syrup over cakes. (I 29150, 
Apr. 10. 1909.) 

Stbonach (Van Dalbn), Raleigh, 
N. C. [14406 

Moonshiners (TbeL Oak trees on 
bill side, background pine woods, two 
large rocks, a stump upon wbicb sits 
jug. (I 29266, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Sullivax (J. M.) monument co., Min- 
neapolis, Minn. [14407 
Bugler of beroic size carved in 
granite in tbe act of blowing taps. (I 
29260, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Ullmah mfg. co.. New York. N. Y. 

[14408 ' 
Drifting. Lady and gentleman in 
row boat, be bas oars in bis bands. 
(I 29618, May 6, 1909.) 

Van Dyk (James) co.. New York, 
N. Y. [14409 

Tea party. Lawn party in Japan 
showing tbree Japs, probably women, 
and tbree children. (I 29351. Apr. 24, 
1909.) 

Van Hottten (C. J.) & zoox, Weesp, 
Holland. [14410 

Chocolate mug. Dutch boy and girl 
in national costume holding between 
them an oblong banner. (I 29226, 
Apr. 10, 1909.) 

Van Xostrand (A. G.), Boston, Mass. 

[14411, 14412 

Workers series no. 16. Two men in 

shirt sleeves lifting a piano. (I 

29148, Apr. 10, 1909.) 

— — ■ no. 17. Bust and head of cab 
driver with a whip in his hand. (I 

29149, Apr. 10, 1909.) 



Veenfliet (Richard). Orange, N. J. 
[14413-14416 
From the emerald isle. Irish girl, 
green hood, cloak and skirt, harp and 
shamrock in corner. (I 29492, Apr. 
28, 1909.) 

St. Patrick's day. Irish man, green 
hat, vest, coat, and knee breeches, pipe 
in mouth. (I 29493, Apr. 28, 1909). 

Shamrock's greeting. Irish girl, 
green and red hood and waist, sham- 
rock in left hand. (I 29491, Apr. 28, 
1909.) 

Top of the morning. Irishman, 
green coat, hat, and knee breeches, 
shamrocks in hat, pipe in hand. (I 
29490, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Yereixigte kttnstaxstalten, Miin- 
chen, Germany. [14417-14428 

Abendmal (Das) (The Lord's sup- 
per) ; by Gebhardt Fugel. Christ ex- 
tending the Lord's supper to His dis- 
ciples, four are kneeling before Him. 
(I 29368, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Ave Maria ; Franz Innocent. Ma- 
donna reading Bible, in left hand is 
rosary. (I 29366, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Ammersee ; by Paul Weber. On 
banks of river cows are drinking and 
feeding trees in background. (I 
29370, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Christus (Christ) ; by Carl Marr. 
Christ sitting with His hands crossed, 
crucifix in background. (I 29363, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 

Durrensee mit Mont Cristallo (Lake 
Durren and Monte Cristallo) ; by Horst 
Hecker. Lake in foreground, moun- 
tains in background. (I 29372, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 

Grab Moses (Grave of Moses) ; by 
Friedr. Preller, Mountain view, angel 
bearing sword and helmet on high 
rock, guarding grave. (I 29373, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 

Hasenjadg (Rabbit hunting) ; by 
Christian Hang. Hunter firing at rab- 
bit, to left of rabbit is hunting dog. ( I 
29365, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Im schlosspark ; by Eduard Niczki. 
Park of a castle, two women sitting on 
bench, three standing. (I 29364, Apr. 
26, 1909.) 

Mozart am kaiserhof (Mozart at the 
imperial court) ; by Domenico Mas- 
taglio. Mozart as a boy playing piano 
before empress and her court. (I 
29374, Apr. 26, 1909.) 



219 



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1442!) 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



Vereinigte kuxstaxstaltex — Cont'd. 

Soinmertag am meere (Smniner day 
at sea) ; by Hermann Hendrich. 
Nymph lying on seashore, looking to- 
wards woods where a knight stands. 
(I 29367, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Tage der rosea (Days of roses) ; by 
Karl Schlegel. Two ladies, one seated 
with roses in lap, other standing. (I 
29371, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Tor clem spiegel (Before the mir- 
ror) ; by Eugen Spiro. Woman kneel- 
ing before mirror, her reflection in 
mirror. (I 29369, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Webb (Mrs. William Henry), Kings- 
ton, N. Y. [14429 
Family cares. Monkey caring for 

a baby, on table stands nursing bottle. 

(I 29582, Apr. 30, 1909: 1 photo Apr. 

22, 1909.) 

Welneiss (Hans Georg), Munich, Ger- 
many. [14430 
Gnadenaltar von Altoetting. Altai- 
shows the holy shrine with the statue 
of Mary with the child of God on her 
arm. (I 29557, May 1, 1909.) 

West (Paul), New York, N. Y. 

[14431 

Billy Possum, a personal fren' o' Taft. 

An opossum dressed in man's clothing 

and holding an old traveling bag. (I 

29196, Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Western blue print co.. Denver, Colo. 
[14432, 14433 

Blessings of the Great Spirit. 
Statue, an Indian squaw, in sitting 
position. (I 2924S, Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Princess Angeline match holder. 
Head of an Indian squaw, with open- 
ing in the top to hold matches. (I 
29599, May 4, 1909.) 

Westin (Hilding), Leominster. Mass. 

[14434 
Heart (The) Heart supported by a 
pedestal, pierced with an arrow. (I 
29247, Mar. 23, 1909.) 

Whitaker (John). Philadelphia, Pa. 

[14435 

Bathing hour. Beach along sea 

shore, young woman in bathing suit 

standing slightly to the left. (I 

29556, Apr. 30, 1909.) 



Whittemore (Wm. 
X. Y. 



J.). New York. 
[14436-14438 



Idle cupid. Cupid wingless, crowned 
with flowers is seated holding a daisy 
in right hand. (I 29253, Apr. 20, 
1909.) 

Jack-in-the-box. Child in harlequin 
costume seated on the floor, Jack-in- 
the-box in his hand. (I 29251, Apr. 
20, 1909.) 

Little friend. Young girl with hair 
flowing, large hat, drooping pleated 
rim. (I 29252, Apr. 20, 1909.) 

Williams (Edith Parsons), Zanes- 
ville, Ohio. [14439-14441 

Girl in blue. Young woman, blue 
gown, hat and veil, holds blue parasol. 
(I 29508, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Girl in red. Young woman, red 
gown and hat, parasol in right hand, 
roses in left hand. (I 29509, Apr. 2S. 
1909.) 

Girl in yellow. Young woman, yel- 
low gown and hat, holds parasol and 
roses. (I 29510, Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Williams (J.) inc., New York, N. Y. 

[14442 

MacDowell (Edward). Bust, heavy 
hair, head full shoulders and chest. 
(I 29622, Apr. 24, 1909.) 

Winchester repeating arms co., New 
Haven, Conn. [14443 

Ready for an outing. Wood scene 
on edge of lake, young woman stand- 
ing in outing costume. (I 29562, May 
1, 1909.) 

Wisconsin university (Regents of), 
Madison, Wis. [14444 

Malaspina glacier region. Alaska. 
Model or relief map. (I 29182, Apr. 
12, 1909.) 

Witkowski (Karl). Cailsburg, N. J. 

[14445 

Home from fishing. Boy jumping 

over a fence with bundle of fish in one 

hand and fishpole in the other. (I 

29174, Apr. 12, 1909.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph 
each and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1909 1, S02 



220 



3- 



14446-17173 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SEEIES, VOLUME 4 

Nos. 22-25 

JTJ1VE, lOOO 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



*-pHE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, 'Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copyright by O. A. Ahlers, 
San Jose. Cal. Class F, XXc. no. 78436, May 11, 1909 ; 2 copies received May 11, 1909. 



Ahlers (O. A.), San Jose, Cal. 

[14446 
San Jose, Julv 3-5. (F 76436, May 
11,1909.) 

Ahtram mfg. co., New 



York. N. Y. 

[14447 
X-Rav family. 



Character sketches. 
(F 76988, May 28, 1909.) 

Aiken (Robert E.), Kansas City, Mo. 

[14448 
Two heads with not a single 
thought. (G 21759, June 1, 1909; 2 c. 
May 20, 1909.) 

Aken ( TV. A. ) , Pewaukee, Wis. 

[14449, 14450 

Pewaukee, Wis. St. Marys Catho- 
lic church. (F 76454, May 1, 1909.) 

Pewaukee lake, Wis., Bathing at 
Small island beach. F 76455, May 
1, 1909.) 

American commercial advertising 
Co., New York, N. Y. [5 prints.] 
[14451-14455 
Bed-time.— Calling. — Dressing. — Go- 
ing fishing.— June bride. (F 76946- 
76950, May 26, 1909.) 

American-Examiner, New York, N. Y. 
[14456, 14479 

All's well that ends well. (F 76761, 
May 19, 1909.) 

And the kittens came back. (F 
76929, May 25, 1909.) 

Baron, he visits Mr. Howson Lott. 
(F 77337, June 7, 1909.) . 

Foxy Grandpa and little brother. ( F 
76396^ May 10, 1909.) 

(F 76762, May 19, 1909; 2 c. 

May 17, 1909.) 

(F 77249, June 1, 1909.) 

(F 77333, June 7, 1909.) 

Frogs, frogs, frogs and [Buster]. (F 
76758, May 19, 1909.) 

Ha ! Ha ! It's Gus's turn ! ( F 77334, 
June 7, 1909.) 



American-Examiner — Continued. 

Happy Hooligan. (F 76391, May 10, 
1909.) 

Here he is again. (F 77335, June 7, 
1909.) 

Is Happy Hooligan hopeless? (F 
76930, May 25, 1909.) 

Iss it a grizzler? (F 76395. May 10, 
1909.) 

James, he takes the pie. (F 76928, 
May 25, 1909.) 

Jimmy, he runs a marathon. (F 
77332, June 7, 1909.) 

Katzenjammer kids in Kalifornia. 
(F 77336, June 7, 1909.) 

Mr. Howson Lott. (F 76394, May 
10, 1909.) 

(F 76757, May 19, 1909.) 

(F 76927, May 25, 1909.) 

Poor Violet. (F 76392, May 10, 
1909.) 

(F 76759, May 19, 1909.) 

Such is life in the Rocky Mountains. 
(F 76926, May 25, 1909.) 

Trip to Chinatown with [Buster]. 
(F 76393, May 10, 1909.) 

Yes, Happy Hooligan is making a 
hit. ( F 76760, May 19, 1909. ) 

American horse breeder pub. co.. Bos- 
ton, Mass. [14480 
Bingen 2.06*. (F 76372, May 10, 
1909.) 

American - Journal - Examiner, New 

York, N. Y. [14481-14605 

Ain't you sorry. (F 76586, May 13. 

1909. ) 

(F 76735, May 18, 1909.) 

(F 76931, May 25, 1909.) 

(F 77004, May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77171, June 3, 1909.) 

And not only that. (F 70487, May 

12, 1909.) 

(F 76696, May 17, 1909.) 



221 



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14605 




pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 


American- Journal- Examiner — Cont'd. 


AMERICAN-JoTIRNAL-ExAMINER — Cont'd. 


(F 76767, May 19, 1909.) 




(F 76779, May 20, 1909.) 


(F 76906, May 24, 1909.) 




(F 76933, May 25, 1909.) 


(F 77007, May 28, 1909.) 




(F 77174, June 3, 1909.) 


(F 77081, June 1, 1909.) 




Honest man. (F 76485, May 12, 


(F 77105, June 2, 1909.) 




1909.) 


(F 77217, June 4, 1909.) 




(F 76763, May 19, 1909.) 


(F 77343, June 7, 1909.) 




(F 76S29, May 21 1909.) 

(F 76982, May 27, 1909.) 


As long as the world goes t 
(F 76442, May 11, 1909.) 


ound. 


(F 77102, June 2, 1909.) 


(F 76607, May 14, 1909.) 




(F 77245, June 5, 1909.) 


(F 76778, May 20, 1909.) 




How to be happy, though married. 
(F 76390, May 10, 1909.) 


(F 76964, May 26, 1909.) 




(F 76769, May 19, 1909.) 


(F 77074, June 1, 1909.) 




(F 76835, May 21, 1909.) 


(F 77212, June 4, 1909.) 




(F 76851, May 22, 1909.) 


Do you know this man? (F 7 


6585, 


(F 76932, May 25, 1909.) 


May 13, 1909.) 

■ (F 76S52, May 22, 1909.) 




(F 76969, May 26, 1909.) 

(F 77006, May 28, 1909.) 


(F 76967, May 26, 1909.) 

■ (F 77022, May 29, 1909.) 




(F 77020, May 29, 1909.) 

(F 77106, June 2, 1909.) 


(F 77075, June 1, 1909.) 




(F 77246, June 5, 1909.) 


(F 77172, June 3, 1909.) 




I see by the papers. (F 76737, May 


Do you know this woman ? ( F 1 


'6693, 


18, 1909.) 


May 17, 1909.) 




If it weren't for father. (F 76486, 


Even as you and I. (F 77215, 


June 


May 12, 1909.) 


4, 1909.) 




(F 76695, May 17, 1909.) 


(F 77338, June 7, 1909.) 




(F 76834, May 21, 1909.) 


Excuse Club. (F 76386. Ma 


v 10, 


(F 76968, May 26, 1909.) 


1909.) 




(F 77080, June 1, 1909.) 


(F 76483, May 12, 1909.) 




(F 77107, June 2, 1909.) 


(F 76736, May 18, 1909.) 




(F 77342, June 7, 1909.) 


(F 76980, May 27, 1909.) 




Mr. Jack. (F 76738, May 18, 1909.) 


(F 77173, June 3. 1909.) 




Mrs. Trubbell. (F 76441, May 11, 


Gimlet Club. (F 7660S, Ma 1 


v 14, 


1909.) 


1909.) 




(F 76904, May 24, 1909.) 


(F 76782, May 20, 1909.) 




(F 77339, June 7, 1909.) 


(F 76903, May 24, 1909.) 




Never again. (F 76387, May 10, 


(F 77005, May 2S ; 1909.) 




1909.) 


(F 77103, June 2, 1909.) 




(F 76482, May 12, 1909.) 


Groucho the monk. (F 76626, 


May 


(F 76627, May 15, 1909.) 


15, 1909.) 




(F 76764, May 19, 1909.) 


(F 76830, May 21, 1909.) 




(F 76832, May 21, 1909.) 


(F 76979, May 27, 1909.) 




(F 77003, May 28, 1909.) 


(F 77076, June 1, 1909.) 




(F 77078, June 1, 1909.) 


Hall Room boys. (F 76389, May 10, 
1909.) 


(F 77104, June 2, 1909.) 

On the job. (F 76766, May 19, 


(F 76628, May 15, 1909.) 




1909. ) 


(F 76768, May 19, 1909.) 




Republican tariff for the consumer. 
(F 76439, May 11, 1909.) 


(F 76907, May 24, 1909.) 




Rhymo the monk. (F 76609, May 


(F 77008, May 28, 1909.) 




14, 1909.) 


(F 77077, June 1, 1909.) 




Tale of two cities. (F 76905, May 


(F 77216, June 4, 1909.) 




24, 1909.) 


Henpecko the monk. ( F 76587 


May 


There's a reason. (F 76388, May 10, 


13, 1909.) 




1909.) 



222 



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nos. 22-25, June, 1909 



14644 



American-Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
(F 76484. May 12, 1909.) 

(F 76694. May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76765, May 19, 1909.) 

IF 76S31, May 21, 1909.) 

(F 76966. May 26, 1909.) 

(F 77079, June 1, 1909.) 

- — - i F 77214, June 4, 1909.) 

(F 77341, June 7, 1909.) 

Tigktwaddo the monk. (F 76369, 

May S. 1909.) 

(F 76443, May 11, 1909.) 

(F 76739, May 18, 1909.) 

(F 76853. May 22, 1909.) 

(F 76965, May 26, 1909.) 

(F 77021, May 29, 1909.) 

(F 77248, June 5. 1909.) 

' Twas but a dream. (F 76368, Mav 
S. 1909.) 

(F 76610, May 14, 1909.) 

(F 767S0, May 20, 1909.) 

(F 76934, May 25, 1909.) 

(F 76981, May 27, 1909.) 

(F 77213, June 4, 1909.) 

(F 77247, June 5, 1909.) 

(F 77340, June 7, 1909.) 

What can a poor woman do? (F 

76440, May 11, 1909.) 

(F 76897, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76833, May 21, 1909.) 

(F 76970, May 26, 1909.) 

(F 77082, June 1, 1909.) 

( F 77344, June 7, 1909.) 

What made Mad Mullah mad. (F 

76781. May 20, 1909.) 

American metoscope & biograph co., 
New York. N. Y. [14606-14609 

Baby's shoe. (H 126827, Mar 10, 
1909.) 

Jilt (The) (H 126828, May 10, 
1909.) 

Jones and the ladv book agent. (H 
126829, May 10, 1909.) 

One busy hour. (H 126642. May 6, 
1909.) 

American press assn., New York, 
N. Y. [14610-14623 

Nobody loves a fat man. (F 76374, 

May 10, 1909.) 

(F 76375, May 10, 1909.) 

(F 76376, May 10, 1909.) 

(F 76595, May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76596, May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76716, May 18, 1909.) 



American press assn. — Continued. 

(F 76776, May 20, 1909.) 

(F 76S00, May 21, 1909.) 

(F 76914, May 25, 1909.) 

(F 76951, May 26, 1909.) 

(F 76992, May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77072, June 1, 1909.) 

(F 77101, June 2, 1909.) 

( F 77206, June 4, 1909. ) 

Ammons (Albert), Memphis. Tenn. 

[14624 
Illinois central ry. bridge. Ohio 
river. (H 127131, May 17, 1909; 2 c. 
May 10, 1909.) 

Anderson (Lewis M.), Atlanta, Ga. 

[14625 

Punk. (F 76855, May 22, 1909.) 
Ansonia, New York, N. Y. [14626 

Ansonia grill room. (H 127753, Mav 
28, 1909.) 

Apostles hip of prayer, New York, 
N. Y. [14627, 14628 

Kingdom come. (G 21568. Mav 11, 
1909.) 

Sacred heart. (G 21567. May 11, 
1909.) 

Austen (Elizabeth Alice), Clifton, 
Staten Island, N. Y. [14629-14634 

Old windmill, Dortrecht. (H 126784, 
May 10. 1909.) 

Sheep and shepherd by canal, 
Bruges. (H 126914, May 12, 1909.) 

Sheep beside canal. Bruges. (H 

126915, May 12, 1909.) 

Sheep crossing road. Normandy. (H 

126916, May 12, 1909.) 

Sheep grazing by roadside, Nor- 
mandy. (H 126785, May 10, 1909.) 

Sheep homeward bound. Normandie. 
(H 126917. May 12, 1909.) 

Aetoline mfg. co., Detroit, Mich. [8 
photographs.] [14635-14642 

Bandaging wound. — Dressing wound. 
— Eczema. Back view, front view. — 
Knife cut. — Running sore on leg. — 
Smothering the flames. — Stopping the 
flow of blood. (H 127601-127608, May 
26, 1909.) 

Baber (A. M.). Seattle, Wash. [14643 
Eskimo and iggorrote. (H 127267, 
May 19. 1909.) 



Bailey ( Merritt 
Cal. 



L. ) , Los Angeles, 
[14644 

Los Angeles, Cat, Elks temple. (H 
127172, May 17, 1909.) 



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1464; 



pt. iv, 11. s.. v. 4 



Bailey (O. H.), Cambridge, Mass. 

[14645 
Willimantic, Conn., 1909. (F 76750, 
May 19, 1909.) 

Bain (George Grantham), New York, 
N. Y. [14646-14673 

Bacchus and Bacchantes. (FI 126661, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Burden (Mrs.) and Mrs. Eustis. 
(H 126666, May 6, 1909.) 

Burden (Mrs.) dancing. 1, 2. (H 
126601, 126602, May 5, 1909.) 

Burden (Mrs. A. S.) 1, 2. (H 
126658, 126659, May 6, 1909. ) 

Crawford (Miss) and Miss Wevnian. 
(H 126600, May 5, 1909.) 

Crown Prince Japan. (H 126667, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Crown Princess Japan. (F£ 126668, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Eustis (Mrs.) and Mrs. Gray. 1. 2. 
(H 127035, 127036, May 15, 1909.) 

Eustis (Mrs. J. B.) (H 126660, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Falconio (Mgr.) Archbishop Far- 
ley and Mgr. Lavelle. (Ff 127507, May 
24, 1909.) 

Flower girls. (H 126604, May 5, 
1909.) 

Gould (Mrs. Frank) and children. 
(H 127508, May 24, 1909.) 

Gould (Muriel). (H 126664, Mav 
6, 1909.) 

Group of Bacchantes. (Ff 126605, 
May 5, 1909.) 

1, 2. (H 126662, 126663, May 

6, 1909.) 

Hopping (Mrs.) and Mrs. Brown. 
(H 126603, May 5, 1909.) 

Ivins (W. M.). (H 126607, Mav 5. 
1.909.) 

Jerome (W. T.) 1-4. (FI 126730- 
126733. May 7, 1909; 2 c. of each Mav 
S, 1909.) 



S.). (H 126606, 
(H 127508. May 
G.). (H 126665, 



Merker (Mrs. S. 
May 5, 1909.) 

Society group 1. 
24, 1909.) 

Yillard (Mrs. H. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Bakowski (B. B.), La Grande, Oreg. 

[14674. 14675 

Wallowa lake, 967, 968, (H 126888, 

126889, May 12, 1909; 2 c. of each 

Mar. 29, 1909.) 



Bandholtz (Fred J.), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [14676-14683 

Chanute, Kans. (H 127332, May 21, 
1909; 2 c. May 22, 1909.) 

Cherry vale, Kans. (H 127333, May 
21, 1909; 2 c. May 25, 1909.) 

Coffey ville, Kans. (H 127575, May 
24, 1909; 2 c. May 25, 1909.) 

Emporia, Kans. (H 127334, May 21, 
1909.) 

Independence, Kans., Penn. ave. and 
Myrtle st. (H 127576, May 24, 1909; 
2 c. May 25, 1909.) 

Iola. Kans. (H 127335, May 21, 
1909; 2 c. May 22, 1909.) 

Ottawa, Kans. (H 126845, May 10, 
1909; 2 c. May 22, 1909.) 

2nd and Main sts. (H 127336, 

May 21, 1909; 2 c. May 22, 1909.) 

Barnett (Alfonso L.), Houston. Tex. 

[14684-14686 

Galveston, 1, 2. (H 126682, 126683, 

May 6, 1909 ; 1 c. of each Apr. 5, 1909, 

1 c. of each May 6, 1909. ) 
Houston city, 2. (H 126681, May 6, 

1909; 1 c. Mar. 29, 1909, 1 c. May 6, 
1909.) 

Barr-Farnham photo POST CARD CO., 
Washington, D. C. [14687-14695 

Cabin John bridge, Historic granite 
tablet. (H 127592, May 25, 1909.) 

Loving (Walter H.). 1-3. (H 
127021-127023, May 14, 1909.) 

Navarro (Pedro B.) (H 127175, 
May 17, 1909.) 

Norfolk base ball club. 1909. A. B. 
(H 127132, 127133, May 3, 1909; 1 c. 
of each May 3, 1909, 1 c. of each May 
18, 1909.) 

Philippine constabulary band at At- 
lantic City, N. J. 1, 2. (H 126863, 
126S64, May 11, 1909. ) 

Bauer (Charles), New York, N. Y. 

[14696 
Ladies' car. (H 125687, Apr. 2, 1909; 

2 c. May 18, 1909.) 

Belinfaute (Ernest), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [14697 

St. Clements altar (H 126738, Apr. 
27, 1909.*) 

Berwin (L. M.), Chicago, 111. 

[14698-14701 

Billiken and Bobby. (F 76364, May 
8, 1909.) 

(F 76684, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76864, May 22, 1909.) 

(F 76998. May 28, 1909.) 

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nos. 22-25. June. 1909 



14751 



Bevilll: (Julian X.), Williniantic, 
Conn. [14702-14707 

Willimantic, Conn. 1-6. (H 125841- 
125846, Apr. 15, 1909.* I 



Biograph co.. New York, 
hearth. 



N. Y. 
[14708-14715 

(H 127599, 



(H 1273S3, 
700, May 

May IS, 



Cricket on the 
May 26, 1909.) 

Eloping with aunty. 
May 22. 1909. 

Eradicating amity. <H121 
28, 1909. 

French duel. iH 127177. 
1909 : 2 c. May 6, 1909. i 

His duty, i H 127701. May 28, 1909.) 

Resurrection. (H 12726S. Mar 19, 
1909. ) 

Two memories. I H 127384, May 22, 
1909.) 

What drink did. (H 127702, Mar 
28, 1909.) 

Bisbee (C. E.). Twin Falls, Idaho. 

[14716. 14717 

Bickel school. (H 12701S, May 14, 
1909. ) 

Lincoln school. (H 127019, May 14 
1909.) 

Boxawitz (George). New York, X. Y. 

[14718 
Retrospection. (F 76961, May 26, 
1909.) 

Book news monthly. Philadelphia, 
Pa. [14719, 14720 

Hamilton (Lady) as Cleopatra. (F 
76713. May 18, 1909.) 

Nelson (Lord) in the cabin of The 
Victory. (F 76714. May IS, 1909.) 

Bowers (S. Aloxzo). New York, N. Y. 
[14721, 14722 
Champagne bnbble. (F 76962, May 
26, 1909.) 

plunge. (F 76963, 



Ready for the 
May 26, 1909.) 

Boysex (J. T.t. 
photographs] 



Yosemite. Cal. [4 

[14723-14726 

At home in the forest. — Aware of an 

intruder.— Scented.— Seen. ( H 127963- 

127966, Jime 3. 1909.) 

Bragdox (Johx C.i. Pittsburg. Pa. 

[14727 
Early spring. (H 126920. May 12, 
1909: 2 c. Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Brigmax (Axxie TV.). Los Angeles, 

Cal. [1472S, 14729 

Bubble (The).— Dying cedar. (H 

126S62. 126861, May 11, 1900; 2 c. of 

each May 12. 1909.) 



Brodie (Edwakd L.). Cambridge, Mass. 

[14730 

Scala santa : or. Holy staircase. (F 

7634S. Apr. 22. 1909; 2 c. May 8, 1909.) 



(William) 



Searchlight, 
[14731 
(H 127055, May 



Brooksby 
Nev. 

Searchlight, Nev. 
15, 1909.) 

Browxfield (TV. Y.), West Point, 

Iowa. [14732 

West Point. Iowa, St. Marys Catholic 

church. (H. 126339, Apr. 30, 1909 ; 2 c. 

May 13, 1909.) 

Burg bros.. San Francisco. Cal. 

[14733 
Richmond. Cal. (F 76682, May 17, 
1909; 2 c. June 1, 1909.) 

H. B. 



Butler (Mrs 
Mass. 

Boston, Mass 
76424, May 11. 

Channing (Wm. E.) 
11, 1909.) 



C). Dorchester, 
[14734, 14735 
Hancock. House. (F 
1909.) 

(F 76423, May 



C), 



North 
[14736 
(F 76381, 



BUTTERFIELD (JOHX 

Yakima, Wash. 
Butterfield's anaconas. 
May 10, 1909.) 

Califorxia EUCALYPTUS TIMBER CO., 
Kansas City, Mo. [14737-14739 

Eucalyptus rostrata, IS years old. 
(F 76704. May 6. 1909; 2 c. May 17, 
1909.) 

19 years old. (F 76705, May 17, 

1909.) 

Tulare, Cal.. Row of rostrata trees. 
(F 76706, May 17, 1909.) 

Camp (H. B.) co., Chicago, 111. [14740 
Lighting the way. (F 76132, Apr. 
30, 1909; 2 c. May 15, 1909.) 

Campbell, Metzger & Jacobsox, New 
York. X. Y. [4 chromos] 

[14741-14744 
Gertrude. — Margaret. — Possum. — 
Primrose. (G 21707-21710, May 22, 
1909.) 

Caxterbury co.. Chicago. 111. [6 
prints] [14745-14750 

And one to grow on. — Birthday 
(A).— Birthday reminder. — Deliver all 
goods in rear. — I searched the whole 
world forth. — May you take the cake. 
(F 76743-76748, May 6, 1909.) 

Carpexter (Charles T.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [14751 
Southern York county league. (F 
76625, May 15, 1909.) 

225 



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14752 



pt. iv, u. s., v. 4 



•Carpenter (F. M.), Enosburg Falls, 
Vt. [3 photographs.] 

[14752-14754 
Capitol. — Liberty. — Parade. ( H 
126819-126821, May 10, 1909.) 

Centaur film co., New York, N. Y. 

[14755-14757 

Johnny and the Indians. ( H 127303. 
May 21, 1909.) 

Scrappy Bill. (H 127775, May 20, 
1909.) 

Temptation of John Gray. (H 
126641, May 6, 1909.) 

Chapman (Alson), Moraine Park, 
Colo. [14758 

Mountain sheep. (H 127714, May 
28,1909.) 

Chapman (Charles P.), Bayonne, 

N. J. [14759 

Sphinx has spoken its secret. (F 

74314, Mar. 10, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 5, 

1909.) 

Chapman studio, Walla Walla, Wash. 
[14760, 14761 
Blalock orchard tracts. 1, 2. (H 
127967, 127968, June 3, 1909.) 

Cheney (Mary Moulton), St. Paul, 
Minn. [14762-14765 

And in the morning then shall ye 
see the glory of the Lord. (F 76619, 
May 14, 1909.) 

In every common flower that blows. 
(F 76622, May 14, 1909.) 

Merry Christmas, happy New Year 
to you, A (F 76618, May 14, 1909.) 

One hour alone is in thv hands. (F 
76620, May 14, 1909.) 
Child (Warren H.), Hingham Mass. 

[14766 

Down-Easter (A) (H 126772, May 
10,1909.) 
Oiocia (Vincent), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[14767 

Certificato di admissione. (G 21718, 
May 25, 1909 ; 2 c. May 14, 1909. ) 

•Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, D. C. 
[7 photographs.] [14768-14774 

Bamberger (Raymond S.). — Clark 
(Walter E.) — Durand (E. Dana) — 
Garrand (Miss Lucy) — Gore (Mrs. T. 
P.)— Rojas (Pedro Ezekial) — Taft 
( Miss Helen ) . ( H 127717-127723, Mav 
28, 1909.) 

•Colby (James M.), Wausau, Wis. [16 
photographs.] [14775-14790 

Fountain City, Wis.— Grand Rapids, 
Wis., 1-8. — Wausau, Wis., 1. 2. — Wis- 
consin river, 1-5. (H 127932-127947, 
June 2, 1909.) 



Collier (P. F..) & son, New York, N Y. 
[14791-14819 
Roosevelt's (Mr.) Africa, 1-29. (H 
126525-126553, May 5, 1909.) 

Colonial printing co., New York, N. Y. 

[3 prints.] [14820-14822 

Bald game. — Is it hot enough for 

you. — Reason I could not get there on 

time. (F 76592-76594, May 14, 1909.) 

Commercial milling co., Detroit, Mich. 

[14823 
Pancake boy. (H 127194, May 19, 
1909.) 

Con well (L. R.), New York, N. Y. 
[54 chromos] [14824-14877 

Christmas cards. 1-12. (G 21538- 
21549, May 3, 1909.) 

Best wishes for a happy Easter. — 
Best wishes for Easter. — Bright and 
happy Easter.— Bright and prosperous 
New Year. — Cordial new Year's greet- 
ing. — Easter greetings. A, B. — Glad 
tidings for 1910. — Happy Easter. A, 
B. — Happy New Year, 1910. — Here's 
to the health of every friend. — Joyous 
Easter. — Joyous Eastertide. — Loving 
Easter greeting. — Loving Easter greet- 
ings. — New Year greetings. — Prosper- 
ous New Year to you. — Speed the old 
and welcome the New Year.— Welcome 
the New Year. — Wishing you a joyous 
Easter. — Wishing you a joyous New 
Year.— Wishing you happiness and 
plentv in the New Year. — 1910 happy 
New Year. (G 21641-21664, May 20, 
1909.) 

Don't you wish you were one of 
us. — Gee ! If one girl would only leave 
me. — I am on the same old racket. — 
Isn't he just darling. — Now, what are 
you up to. — Now, who's talking to 
you. — Skating is alright. — Which one 
of you is thinking about the mistle- 
toe. — You may imagine what's com- 
ing. (G 21719-21727, May 26, 1909.) 

Do you dare me to come under. — 
Hammock days. 1-6. — Not yet but 
soon.— Peach of a load. (G 21762- 
21770. June!, 1909.) 

Coolidge (Baldwin), Woburn, Mass. 

[14878 
Quincy (Dorothy), wife of Gov. 
John Hancock: by John Singleton 
Copley. (H 126504, May 5. 1909.) 

Cooper (Edwin H.), Chester, Pa. 

[14879 
Mother's ring. (H 127855, June 1, 
1909.) 



226 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 22-25, June, 1009 



14095 



Cooper (W. A.), New York, N. Y. 

[14S80 

Sorolla y Bastida (Signor Joaquin), 

portrait. (H 127777, May 29, 1909.) 

Courier co. of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 

[14881 
Signs of springtime. 5798. (G 
21430, Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Cram (Madison H.). Prurience Island, 
R. I. [14882-14892 

[Prudence Island, ft. I.] 1-11. (H 
1276S9-127699, May 18, 1909.) 

Crippen & Reese, Bemidji, Minn. 

[14S03. 14894 
Atira. (H 127173, May 17, 1009.) 
Centenarian (The) (H 127174. May 

17. 1909.) 

Croonborg (Frederick T.), New York, 

N. Y. [14895, 14896 

Advanced fashions. May. 1909, vol. 

4, no. 2. Supplements A. B*. (F 76614, 
76615, May 15, 1909.) 

Crystal washing co., Denver, Colo. 

[14897 
Wet wash. (F 76842. Feb. 24, 1909 ; 
2 c. May 22, 1909.) 

Culver military academy. Culver, 
Ind. [14898 

Culver cavalry cadet jumping the 
bar. (H 126765", May 10, 1909.) 

Curtis (Asahel), Seattle, Wash. 

[14899-14903 

Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition. (H 
127715, May 28, 1909.) 

Lake Southerland. Alders. (H 
127518, May 24, 1909.) 

Mt. Rainier from Spray Park. (H 
126927. May 12, 1909.) 

Snoqualmie falls. (H 126616, May 

5, 1909.) 

(H 127860, June 1, 1909.) 

Curtis & Cameron. Boston. Mass. 
[14904-14023 

Baby ; by R. M. Upjohn. ( H 126865, 
May 11, 1909.) 

Bedtime stories ; bv Francis Dav. 
(H 126866, May 11, 1909.) 

Child in the house; bv Ella Condie 
Lamb. (H 126921, May 12, 1909.) 

Marine: by A. T. Bricher. 1-3. (H 
126867-126869, May 11, 1909.) 

Napanock, scene at : bv Wm. Hart. 
1-3. (H 126870-126872, May 11, 1909.) 

Normandy interior: bv Lee Lufkin 
Kaula. 1. 2. (H 126873. 126874, May 
11, 1909.) 



Curtis & Cameron — Continued. 

Peace and plenty; by George Inness. 
(H 126875, May^ll, 1909.) 

Reverie; bv Christine Lumsden. 1, 
2. (H 126S76, 126877, May 11, 1909.) 

Sleep; by Carroll Beckwith. 1, 2. 
(H 126878, 126879, May 11, 1909.) 

Sun maiden: by Lillian M. Genth. 
(H 126880, May 11. 1909.) 

(H 126922, May 12, 1909.) 

Unrepentant : bv Hilda Belcher. ( H 
126881, May 11, 1909.) 

Washington (George) ; by Gilbert 
Stuart. (H 126882, May 11, 1909.) 

Dampf (Charles J.), Brooklyn. N. Y. 
[14924-14927 
Clarke (Rev. Dr. L. Mason) A-D. 
(H 127798-127801, May 29, 1909.) 

Davis ( Charles E.), Portland, Me. 
[14928-14930 

Home of the red man. (H 127780, 
May 29, 1909.) 

Old hand liner. (H 127779, May 
29, 1909.) 

Old lobster trapper. (H 127781, 
May 29. 1909.) 

Davis & Eickemeyer. New York, N. Y. 
[14931, 14932 

August reverie. (H 127509, May 24, 
1909.) 

Fancv free. (H 127510, May 24, 
1909.) 

Day (Luella), St. Augustine, Fla. 

[14933, 14934 
Ponce de Leon cross. 1513 A, B. 
(H 127032, 127033, May 15, 1909.) 

Denver Post. Denver, Colo. 

[14935-14938 

Adventures of the little Post Want 
ad. (F 76523, May 13, 1909.) 

( F 76777, May 20, 1909. 

(F 76978, May 27, 1909.) 

(F 77197. June 4, 1909.) 

Detroit publishing co., Detroit Mich. 
[14939-14995 

Adirondack mts., N. Y. 1-^6 (H 
127529-127574, May 24, 1909.) 

Detroit, Mich., Y. M. C. A. building. 
(H 127791, May 29, 1909.) 

Duluth, Minn 1, 2. (H 127903, 
127904, June 1, 1909.) 

Indianapolis, Ind., Ex-President 
Harrison's house. (H 127905, June 1, 
1909.) 

Livingstone channel. 1, 2. (H 
127702. 127703. May 29, 1909.) 



227 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



14996 



pt. iv. 11. S., v. 4 



Detroit publishing co. — Continued. 

Marquette, Mich.. Front st. (H 
127794, May 29, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y., Statue of Liberty. 
(H 127795, May 29, 1909.) 

Niagara Falls, Rapids above Ameri- 
can falls. (H 127796, May 29, 1909.) 

St. Paul, Minn., Post-office. (H 
127906. June 1, 1909.) 

St. Paul and Harriet island, Minn. 
(H 127797, May 29, 1909.) 

Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston, Mass. 

[14996 
Easy opera transcriptions. (F 
76446, May 11. 1909.) 

Dodson (Henry Clay) jr., St. Mi- 
chaels. Md. [14997,14998 

Emersons Point. (H 126901, May 
12,1909.) 

Lane Emersons Point. (H 126902, 
May 12, 1909.) 

Dougherty (C. J.), Long Beach, Cal. 
[14999, 15000 

Just out. (H 127951, June 2, 1909; 
1 c. May 18, 1909, 1 c. June 2, 1909.) 

Our first dav off. (H 127952, June 
2, 1909; 2 c. May 18, 1909.) 

Drought (James T.), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[15001 
Wisconsin legislature, 1909. (F 
76774, May 20, 1909.) 

Drucker & co.. New York, N. Y. 

[15002 
Luncheon tendered Wright bros. 
(H 127005, May 14, 1909.) 

Dugan (L. H.), Bloomington, 111. 

[15003 
Illustrated card of dancing. (H 
126617, May 5, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 19, 
1909. ) 

Dumback (J. A.), Independence, Wis. 

[15004 
Independence, Wis., Sts. Peter's and 
Pauls Polish Catholic church. (F 
76453, May 3, 1909.) 

Dunham (Edgar), Princeton, 111. 

[15005 
Princeton, 111., High school. (H 
127158, May 17, 1909.) 

Dupont (Amie), New York, N. Y. 

[15006-15020 
Gadski (Johanna) 1-9. (H 127043- 

127050, 127052, May 15, 1909) 

Gay (Maria). Carmen 14, 15. (H 

127037, 127038, May 15, 1909.) 



Dupont (Amie) — Continued. 

Mattfeld (Marie) and Rossina Van 
Dyck, Hansel and Gretel. 1-4. (H 
127039-127042, May 15, 1909.) 

Dutchess press, Fishkill-on-Hudson, 

N. Y. [15021 

Hudson Fulton souvenir post card. 

(F 77012, May 28, 1909; 2 c. May 22, 

1909.) 

Eberhart (J. S.) & son, Des Moines, 

Iowa. [15022 

Eberhart's baby picture cradle roll. 

(F 76987, May 28, 1909; 1 c. May 17, 

1909, 1 c. May 28, 1909.) 

Edinburgh society, Bcston, Mass. [41 
engravings] [15023-15063 

And a woman is only a woman. — And 
mamma came. — Beg y' pardon, sir. — 
Blind with rage. — But through ut all. — 
Come you back, you British soldier. — 
Don't you know me, Minnie. — English 
were not running. — Englishman was 
left alone. — Fleete sat on the ground. — 
For Gawd's sake get the water. — Get 
on, you sons of burned fathers. — God 
ha' mercy. — He held out his shaking 
hand. — He left the room swearing. — 
He looked at the thing. — He ran at me 
head on. — His face was white and 
drawn. — I broke down der door. — I 
recognized the head of the man. — 1 
struggled clear. — I've been down to 
hell to get her. — Kipling (Rudyard). — 
Lispeth. — Love like ours can never 
die. — Maisie. — Maisie poked the grav- 
el. — Mulvaney. — One swing of her 
trunk could have knocked the English- 
man flat. — Opposite the Joss was Fung- 
Tching's coffin. — Peg Barney was 
singing ut. — See that beggar? — She 
had never been kissed by man be- 
fore. — She learned that I was sick of 
her presence. — She was taken out of 
the saddle a limp heap.— So the free- 
dom of the little gathering was unre- 
strained. — They were stripped to the 
waist. — Torpenhow knelt with Dick's 
body in his arms. — We are somewhere 
at the back of the Machua bazaar. — 
Women of Abazai are very fair. — 
Wonder what the little beast can talk 
about. (F 76638-7667S, May 17, 1909.) 

Edison mfg. co., Orange, N. J. 

[15064-15107 

Brothers in arms. 1-4. (H 127588- 
127591, May 25, 1909.) 

Child's prayer. 1-3. (H 127788- 
127790, May 29, 1909.) 

Curfew bell. 1-4. (H 127992-127995, 
June 3, 1909.) 



228 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos, 22-25, June, 1909 



15179 



Edison mfg. co. — Continued. 

Doctored dinner pail. 1. (H 12060S, 
May 5, 1909.) 

Fuss and feathers. 1. 2. (H 126613. 
126614, May 5, 1909.) 

Little Miss Moffit and Simian Stone. 
1-3. ( H 127315-127317, May 21, 1909.) 

Lunatics in power. 1-3. (H1266S4- 
126686, May 6, 1909.) 

Pony express. 1— t. (H 126947- 
120950, May 13, 1909.) 

Professor Fix fixed. 1-3. (H 
1277S5-1277S7. May 29, 1909.) 

Road to love. 1-4. (H 126609- 
126612, May 5. 1909.) 

Sandman (The). 1-5. (H 127340- 
127344. May 21, 1909.) 

See a pin and pick it up. 1, 2. (H 
126939, 126940, May 13, 1909.) 

Somnambulistic hero. 1-6. (H 
126941-126946, May 13, 1909.) 

Edwards (W. H.). Portland, Oregon. [5 
prints.] [15108-15112 

Moonlight on the sound. — Mt. 
Rainier. — On the Pacific ocean. — Road 
to the setting sun. — Sunset on the 
sound. ( F 76941-76945, May 26, 1909. ) 

Ellis (Wm. A.), Seattle, Wash. 

[15113 
Carrier force of Seattle with Post- 
master Russell. (H 127349, May 22, 
1909.) 

English (H.), Mullan. Idaho. 

[15114, 15115 

Mullan, Idaho, I. O. O. F. (H 
127191, May 18, 1909.) 

Taft, Mont., Saloon. (H 127192, 
May 18, 1909.) 

Etiexne (N. J.). Minneapolis, Minn. 
[14 photographs.] [15116-15129 

Asleep. — Asleep with Dolly. — Awful 
dirty. — Good apples. — Horseback to 
bed. — Just like mamma. — Mamma's 
two year old. — Mother and young 
babe. — Mother's boy.— Naughty Kitty. 
— None to spare. — Papa's clothes. — 
Teddy's bedtime. — That awful toad. 
(H 127272, 127273, 127275. 127277- 
127285, 127288, 127276, May 12, 1909.) 

Faber (J. H.). Norfolk, Va. 

[15130, 15131 
Champion crew and trophies, U. S. S. 
Louisiana. 1907-1909. 

Trophies won and defended by the 
U. S. S. Louisiana. 1907-1909. 

(H 127024, 127025, May 14, 1909; 2 
c. of each May 5, 1909.) 



Fawkxer (Frederick P.), Cairo, 111. 

[15132 
Cairo. [11., Illinois central r. r. 
bridge. (H 127304. May 21, 1909; 2 c. 
May 22, 1909.) 

Field (Charles Arthur Birch-), 
New York, N. Y. [15133-15135 

Alone on the beach. (F 75378, Apr. 
13, 1909; 2 c. May 6, 1909.) 

Going down. (F 76959, Mav 26, 
1909.) 

Lobster bait. (F 76960, Mav 26, 
1909.) 

Foley (E. F.), New York, N. Y. 
[15136-15138 

Dufault (Paul) 1566-A, 1566-1. (H 
127169, 127170, May 17, 1909.) 

McMahon (Rev. D. J.) (H 127168, 
May 17, 1909.) 

Folger (James Walter), Nantucket, 

Mass. [15139 

Brant Point, entrance to harbor of 

Nantucket. Mass. 1820-1842. (H 

127266, May 19, 1909.) 

Forman (Thomas) & sons. Notting- 
ham, England. [15140 
Tulip field. (F 76613, May 15, 
1909. ) 

Fortner (C. B.), Sterling, Colo. 

[15141 
Sterling, Colo.. Winter park scene. 
(H 127458, May 24, 1909.) 

Fox (F. S. & M. Y.), Chicago, 111. 

[15142 
Fielding (Rev. Father J. K.) (H 
127167, May 17, 1909.) 

Fraistkish (Chas. G.), Ontario. Cal. 
[37 photographs] [15143-15179 
Auto on bridge at Hog's Back. — 
Auto stage coasting down the long 
grade below Hog's Back. — Autoing up 
Hog's Back. — Baldy at close range — 
Barrett canyon. — Bear canyon. — Buck- 
thorn in bloom. — Cascade, Lannis 
canyon. — Creek and road near Spring 
hill. — Creek north of 2nd bridge. — 
Creek, Spring hill. — Forest ranger. — 
Hog's Back and Old Baldy. — Horn 
( The ) . — Hotel entrance. — Johnson' s 
mine. — Laughing waters. — Little falls, 
Barrett canyon.— Live Oak bridge. — 
Maiden Hair falls. — Mirror lake. — 
Oak and lake. — Old Baldy and Power 
co.'s buildings. — Ontario power house, 
interior. — Park station. — R a i 1 w a y 
power house. — Sierra power house. — 
Silver falls. — Snow and sycamore. — 
Snow scene. Ho.sfs Back. — Stage re- 



229 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



15180 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Frankish (Chas. G.) — Continued, 
turning. — Tent nouses. — Toll - gate. — 
Trout fishing. — West from John- 
son's. — Where the water runs up 
hill.— Yucas in blossom. (H 127862- 
127898, June 1, 1909; 2 c. of each duly 
rec'd May 19, 1909, or June 1, 1909.) 

Fkasch (O. T.), Seattle, Wash. [4 
photographs] [15180-15183 

Carload of Washington onions. — 
Washington apples. — Washington cu- 
cumber. — Washington strawberries. 
(H 127378-127381, May 22, 1909.) 

Frohman (Charles), New York, N. Y. 

[15184-15186 

Adams (Maud) as Joan of Arc. 

1-3. (H 127611-127613, May 27, 1909.) 

Fursman (Eugenia), New York, N. Y. 

[15187 
Bright eyes. (H 127907, June 2, 
1909.) 

Garland (T. L.) co., Portland, Oreg. 

[15188 
Mount Rainier. Wash. (F 76633, 
May 17, 1909.) 

Garrison (Simpson), Los Angeles, 
Cal. [15189 

Shadow of the cross. (Ff 127270, 
May 20, 1909. 

Gatchel & Manning. Philadelphia, 

Pa. [15190 

Philadelphia, Pa., Independence hall. 

(F 76910, May 15, 1909; 2 c. June 4, 

1909.) 

Gessford (Joseph G.), New York, 

N. Y. [15191 

Carnegie (Andrew). (H 126848, 

May 11, 1909; 2 c. May 6, 1909.) 

Gilbert (Calvin H.), Independence, 
Iowa. [15192 

Roses. (II 126764, May 10, 1909.) 

Graves (Buel W.), Sheldon, Vt. 

[15193, 15194 
Sheldon Junction, Yt. Franklin 
co. fairground. 1, 2. (H 128005, 
128006, June 4, 1909. 

Gray (Lucian), Eureka Springs, Ark. 
[15195-15198 
Eureka Springs, Ark. 1-3. (F 



76972, 76975, 76977, Mav 



1909.) 



Rainbow falls near Eureka Springs, 
Ark. (F 76976, May 27, 1909.) 

Gray lithograph co., New York, N. Y. 
[15199, 15200 
Daisies. (G 21579, May 15, 1909.) 
Opera favorite. (G 21586. Mav 18, 

1909.) 



Green ( Guy W. ) , Lincoln, Nebr. 

[15201-15203 

Green's Nebraska Indians. (G 
21589, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Nebraska Indian baseball team. 
1, 2. (G 21587, 21588, Apr. 22, 1909.) 

Green (S. H.) New Philadelphia. 
Ohio. [15204 

Daisy Lee. (H 127457, May 24, 
1909.) 

Greuter (Frederick Henry), Sharon 
Springs Kans. [15205 

Cheyenne county court house. (H 
126505, May 5, 1909.) 

Griffin (G. Taylor), Albany, N. Y. 

[15206-15211 

Senate of the state of New York. 
(H 126844, May 10, 1909.) 

White (Lt. Gov. Horace) of New 
York. 1-5. (H 127321-127325, Mav 
21, 1909.) 

Gubelman pub. co., New York, N. Y. 
[15212-15216 

Is that you, daddv? (F 76798, Mav 
21, 1909.) 

It's an ill wind. (F 76355, May 8. 
1909.) 

Last shot. (F 76373, May 10, 1909.) 

Little Holland with Scotch chaser, 
(F 76773, May 4, 1909.) 

Marauder. (F 76522, May 13, 1909. ) 

Gugler litho co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

[15217 
Cute cutter. (H 127953, May 26, 
1909; 2 c. June 3, 1909.) 



Gurrey (Caroline H.), Honolulu, 
Hawaii. [15218-15260 

American-Hawaiian girl. 1-3. — 
Chinese-Hawaiian boy. 1-4. — French- 
Hawaiian girl. 1, 2. — German-Ha- 
waiian boy. 1, 2. — German-Hawaiian 
girl. — Gilbertese-Hawaiian girl. — Ha- 
waiian. — Hawaiian boy. — Hawaiian 
girl. 1, 2. — Indian-Hawaiian girl. 1, 
2. — Italian-Hawaiian girl. 1-3. — Irish- 
Hawaiian girl. — Japanese - Hawaiian 
and Portuguese-Hawaiian boys. — Japa- 
nese-FIawaiian boy. 1, 2. — Japanese- 
Hawaiian. — Norwegian-Hawaiian girl. 
— Portuguese-Hawaiian boy. 1, 2. — 
Scotch-Hawaiian boy. — Scotch-Irish- 
American-Hawaiian boy. 1, 2. — Son of 
Hawaii. — Spanish-Hawaiian boy. 1, 2. 
- — Spanish-Hawaiian girl. 1, 2. — Tahi- 
tian-Hawaiian boy. 1, 2. — Tahitian- 
Hawaiian girl. 1-3. (H 126953- 
126964, 126966-126980, 1269S2-126991, 
126993-126998, May 14, 1909.) 

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nos. 22-25, June, 1909 



15518 



Gutekunst (F.)> Philadelphia, Pa. 

[152G1-15263 

Jarvis (Anna) (H 126739, May S, 
1909. ) 

Wonderly (Elizabeth) A, B. (H 
126740, 126741, May 8, 1909.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[15204-15315 

Baltimore, Md. (H 1274S2, May 24, 
1909: 2 c. May IS, 1909.) 

Gettysburg, Pa. 1-17. (H 127486- 
127502. May 24, 1909.) 

Great Falls of the Potomac. (H 
126786, May 10, 1909.) 

Lynchburg. Ya. 1, 2. (H 127165, 
127166, May 17, 1909.) 

Richmond, Va. 1-10. (H 127824- 
127833, June 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 
21, 1909.) 

U. S. Naval academy, Annapolis, Md. 
(H 127483, May 24, 1909: 2 c. May IS. 
1909.) 

University of Virginia. 1, 2. (H 
1274S4, 127485, May 24, 1909; 2 c. of 
each May 18, 1909.) 

Washington, D. C. 1-17. (H 126787- 
126803, May 10, 1909.) 

Wheeling, W. Va., Wheeling corru- 
gating works. (H 126951, May 13, 
1909.) 

Hallwoeth (William L.), Maiden, 
Mass. [15316-15322 

Franconia Notch, N. H., Mt. Pemi- 
gewasset, Indian's head. (H 127481, 
May 24, 1909.) 

Jackson ( Andrew ) ( H 128008, June 
4, 1909.) 

Maiden, Mass., First parish Uni- 
versalist church. (H 12S007, June 4, 
1909.) 

North Woodstock, N. H., Lost river, 
1-A. (H 127477-127480, May 24, 
1909.) 

Haean (J. A.), Portland, Oregon. 

[15323 
Nakomis. (H 125347, Apr. 5, 1909; 
2 c. May 24, 1909.) 

Habdman Peck & co., New York, N. Y. 

[15324 

Constantino (Florencio). 1700-2. 
(H 127171, May 17, 1909.) 

Harris (H. R), California, Pa. 

[15325 
Southwestern state normal school, 
California, Pa. (H 127822, June 1, 
1909.) 



Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 

[15326, 15327 

New Styx bridge. (H 127703, May 
28, 1909.) 

Styx bridse. (H 127704, May 28, 
1909.) 

Harvey (E. S.), Lebanon, Ind. 

[15328 

Lebanon, Ind., high school base ball 

team, 1909. (H 126754, May 8, 1909.) 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, Mo. 

[15329, 15330 

Needles, Cal., El Garces, dining 
room. 12967. (F 77001, May 28, 1909; 
2 c. May 28, 1909.) 

(H 126758, May 8, 1909.) 

Hastings (S. D.), Spokane, Wash. 

[15331 
Sunset on the Pend D'Oreille. (H 
12768S, May 28, 1909.) 

Heal (W. S.). New York, N. Y. 

[15332 
May all the joys of 1910. (F 76521, 
May 12, 1909; 2 c. May 13, 1909.) 

Hellebo (A. L.), Janesville Minn. 

[15333 
Janesville, Minn. (H 127297, May 
20, 1909.) 

Henvis (M. P.), Washington, D. C. 

[15334 

Virginia who gave Washington to 

America gives this granite for his 

monument. (F 76325, Mar. 25, 1909; 

2 c. May 3, 1909. ) 

Herget (Sigmund Charles), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. [15335 
Brooklyn, N. Y., St. Leonard's R. C. 
church. (H 127176, May 18, 1909; 2 
c. May 8, 1909.) 

Herrmann (Herrmann), Middle- 
burgh, N. Y. [15336 
Sleepy Hollow hop pillow. (F 
76452, May 12, 1909.) 

Hill (Harry E.), Fort Pierce, Fla. 

[15337, 15338 

Long Key, Fla., Cocoanuts growing. 
(H 127295, May 20, 1909.) 

Seminole (The) (H 127296, May 
20, 1909.) 

Hispanic society of America, New 
York, N. Y. [15339-15518 

163 photographs of paintings by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida : 

A la orilla del mar. — Al baho. — 
Alqueria, Alcira. — Amontonando el 



231 



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15518 



pt. iv, u. s.. v. 4 



Hispanic society of America. Paint- 
ings by Sorolla — Continued. 
beno, Asturias. — Arbol amarillo, 
Granga.— Bafio ( El ) — Bano ( El ) , 
Javea (II) — Bao cle la Beina, Val- 
sain. — Barcas de pesca. — Beso (El) — 
Buscando congregos, Javea. — Camino 
de San Esteban, Asturias. — Casa del 
Greco, Toledo. — Castillo de San Ser- 
vando, Toledo. — Ciego (El) de To- 
ledo. — Covachuelas ( Las ) , Toledo ( II ) — 
Elena. — Elena en el Pardo. — Elena en- 
tra rosas. — Elena y sus lnunecas. — En 
los jardines de la Granja. — Escaldando 
uva. Javea. — Escalera del Palacio, 
Valencia. — Esperando la pesca, Valen- 
cia. — Estanque del Alcazar, Sevilla. — 
Familia Segovian a. — Franzen 
(Senor) — Fuente de los Caballos, 
Granja. — Grutesco (El), Alcazar, Sa- 
villa. — Idilio. — Joaquin y su perro. — 
Maria, Granja. — Maria con sombrero 
negro. — Maria en Biarritz. — Xadador, 
Javea. — Nadadores. — Naranjo. — Nino 
sobre una roca, Javea. — Otorio, Gran- 
ja. — Pabellon de Carlos V., Sevilla. — 
Pescadores de quisquillas, Valencia. — 
Pascadores valencianas. — Playa de 
Valencia (Luz de le nialiana) — Puente 
de Alcantara, Toledo. — Puente de San 
Martin, Toledo (I), (II)— Puerto de 
Valencia (I) — Becogiendo la vela, Va- 
lencia. — Sorolla (Senora de) (bian- 
co) — Torre de entrada en Toledo. — 
Valenciana. — Viejo castellano. — Viejo 
pescador valenciano. (H 127061- 
127072, 127074-127114, May 17, 1909.) 

Al agua, Valencia.— Alegria 

del agua.— Bano (El), Javea (I).— 
Barca pescadora. — Barcas valenci- 
anas. — Calle de naranjos. — Camino de 
adelfas, Valencia. — Camino de los Ali- 
jares, Toledo. — Componiendo redes. — 
Corriendo por la playa. — Encajonando 
pasa. — Estudio de barcas.- — Garcia 
( Senor ) . — Giralda ( La ) , Sevilla.— 
Hermano (El) pequeiio. — Huerta de 
Valencia I, II. — Instantanea, Biar- 
ritz. — Jardin de la playa, Valencia. — 
Jardin del Alcazar, Sevilla I-IV. — 
Jngando en al agua. — Leoneses. — 
Madre (Senora de Sorolla). — Malvar- 
rosa, Valencia (I). — Maria en el 
Puerto de Javea. — Maria y su abuela.— 
Nieto (El). — Nino desnudo, Granja. — 
Nino en la playa A, B. — Niiio entre 
espnmas, Javea. — Niiios en el mar 
A, B. — Xinos en la playa.— Paseo del 
Faro, Biarritz. — Playa de Biarritz 
(IX).— Playa de Valencia II, LXXII, 
LXIV, LXXV, LXXVII, LXXIX.— 
Playa de Valencia, particion de la 
pesca.— Puente de la Selva, Granja. — 
Puerto de Valencia (IV). — Salida del 
bano. — Sorolla (Senora de) (negro). — 



Hispanic society of America. Paint- 
ings by Sorolla — Continued. 
Tio (El) Pancha. — Velas en el mar.— 
Vista del Palacio, Granja. — Vuelta de 
la pesca, Valencia. (H 127195-127248. 
May 19, 1909.) 

Adelfas ( 1 ) . — Barca s pescado- 

ras. — Covachuelas, Toledo (1). — Go- 
mar (Senor). — Joaquin. — Murallas de 
Segovia. — Xaranjos. — Pescadora valen- 
ciana. — Playa de Valencia I. — Beflejos 
del Cabo, Javea. — Bocas del Cabo, 
Javea. — Bocas, Javea. — Bocas del Fa- 
ro, Biarritz. — Selva (La), Granja. — 
Siete-Picos, Guadarrama. — Soinbra del 
Puente Alcantara, Toledo. — Torneo 
(El), Pardo. — Velas a secar, Valencia. 
(H 127354-127371, May 22, 1909.) 

Al bano, Valencia. — Asturias, — 

Baja mar (EleDa en Biarritz). — 
Barcas. — Barcas en la arena. — Casa 
de la Huerta, Valencia. — Clamores 
(El), Segovia. — Cosiendo la vela, Va- 
lencia. — Convento del Parral. Sego- 
via. — Empujando la barca. — Francis- 
queta, Valencia. — Fuente de la Selva. 
Granja. — Fnente de Xeptuno, Gran- 
ja. — Hija de pescador, Valencia. — 
Huerto de Xaranjos, Valencia. — Idilio 
en el mar. — Mar (Efecto de la 
manana). — Mis hijos. — Xaranjal, Al- 
cira. — Nino con la barquita. — Nina 
con Lazo azul, Valencia. — Niiios en 
la orilla. — Palacio de Carlos V, Se- 
villa. — Patio de la Danzas, Alcazar, 
Sevilla. — Pescadora con su hi jo, Va- 
lencia. — Playa de Valencia LIV.. 
LXXVL, LXXVIII, LXXX.— Puerto 
de Valencia II, III. — Bedes a secar. — 
Begreso de la pesca, Valencia. — Sobre 
la arena I, II. — Vuelta de la pesca. 
(H 127421-127456, May 24, 1909.) 

Pimientos (Los). — Sorolla (Ex- 

celentisima Senora de) de mantilla 
espagnola. (H 127774, 127757, May 
29, 1909; 2 c. of each June 1, 1909.) 

Candida riant; by Ignacio Zuloaga. 
(H 127073, May 17, 1909.) 

Artemis, Greek torso. — Carved 
wooden panel.- — Gothic tomb. Cuel- 
lar. — Hispanic society of America. 
1-2. — Immaculate conception, by Car- 
reho de Miranda. — Meleager, Greek 
torso, 1-3. — Polychrome wooden fig- 
ures, 1-3. — Portrait of a girl, by Ve- 
lazquez. — Silver-gilt custodia forming 
a shrine and a shrine and monstrance 
combined, xvi century, Cristobal Be- 
cerril 1575. — Silver statuette of St. 
Francis. — Spanish ostensorium ( I ) . 
L16 photographs] (127758-127773. 
May 29, 1909; 2 c. of each rec'd June 
1. 1909.) 



232 



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nos. 22-25. Juno. 1909 



>6i; 



Hobbs (Charles Morrill), Boston. 
Mass. [15519 

Boston. Mass., Christian science 
church, ill 12790V. June 2, 1909.) 

Hogan (John ID. Oroville. Cal. 

[15520, 15521 

Great western power co. (H 1275TS, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Montgomery street. (H 127579. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Hoke engraving plate co., St. Louis, 
Mo. [15522 

St. Louis from Liggett blclg. (H 
127504. May 24. 1909.) 

Holmboe & White, New Salem. N. 
Dak. [15523-15530 

Forsythe. Mont.. Yellowstone river. 
(H 127713. May 28, 1909.) 

Lewiston. Mont., 1-A. (H 127706- 
127708, 127711, May 28, 1909.) 

Sand point, Idaho, Lake Pend 
O'Reille. (H 127710, May 28, 1909.) 

Twin Bridges, Mont.. 1, 2. (H 127709, 
127712. May 28, 1909.) 

Holmes mfg. co.. Chicago, 111. [15531 
Girl and cat. (F 76791. May 21. 
1909 ; 2 c. May 19, 1909. ) 

Hood (Everett), Barre, Yt. [15532 
Baby's home. (F 77036. June 1, 
1909.) 

Hopkinsox, (Charles), Manchester, 
Mass. [15533 

Eliot (President). (H 127193, May 
IS. 1909; 2 c. May 5, 1909.) 

Hop.gan, (J.), Scranton. Pa. 

[15534-15548 

Glenwood, Pa., Grow homestead and 
village. (H 128021, June 5, 1909.) 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Irein temple 1, 2. 
(H 126736, 126737, May 7, 1909.) 

3-14. (H 128041-128052, June 

5, 1909.) 

Horn (J. C), Georgetown. Cal. 

[15549 
Coloma, Cal., Sutter's mill. (F 
77002, May 28. 1909: 2 c. May 14, 
1909.) 

Horne (James B.), Washington, D. C. 

[15550 
Home (J. B.) restoring Jefferson 
Davis' name on Cabin John bridge. (H 
127577, May 25, 1909.) 



Houck (Edson S.), Albany, X. Y. 

[15551 
O'Malley (Hon. Edward P.) (H 
127834, June 1. 1909; 2 c. Apr. 17. 
1909.) 

House beautiful co.. Chicago 111. 

[15552-15567 

Rockefeller (John D.), house of. 

1-16. (H 127305-127320, May 20, 1909.) 

Howe (Mrs. Mabel F.), Seattle. 

Wash. [15568 

Motherhood. (H 127956. June 3, 
1909.) 

Hoyt (Dudley), New York, X. Y. 

[15569, 15570 
Beatrice. (H 127163, May 17. 1909.) 
Dorothy. (H 127164, May 17, 1909.) 

Hubert bros., Buffalo, X. Y. [15571 
Cuthertson (David) (H 127586. 

May 25, 1909; 2 c. June 1, 1909.) 

HUDSON-FULTON CELEBRATION COMMIS- 
SION, New York. X. Y. [22 photo- 
graphs]. [15572-15593 
Building of carnival and historic 
floats. 1-18.— Celtic and Half Moon.— 
Clermont. — Half Moon. — Lusitania and 
Clermont. (H 127385-127406, May 22, 
1909). 

Hughes & Bailey, Cambridge. Mass. 

[15594 
Atlantic City, X. J. 1909. (F 

77010. May 28. 1909; 2 c. May 19, 
1909.) 

Hughson (Harry G.). St. Joseph. 
Mich. [15595 

Marine view. (H 127593. May 24. 
1909; 2 c. May 10, 1909.) 

Huisman (Anth.), Ellenora, Ohio. 

[15596 
Pius X., Pont. max. 1858-1908. (F 

77011, May 29, 1909 ; 1 c. May 22, 1909, 
1 c. May 29, 1909.) 

Hull (Dana), Chicago, 111. 

[15597-15599 

Carpenter (Judge George A.). 4145- 

4147. ( H 127159-127161, May 17. 1909. ) 

Hummel (R. A.), Hot Springs. S. Dak. 
[14 photographs.] [15600-15613 
Cathedral Park. 1, 2.— Deadwood, 
S. D. — Hanging Rock and Fairy Win- 
dow. — Homestake goldmine. Xorth- 
western depot. — Horse Shoe Bend. — 
Lead, S. D.— Rapid City, S. Dak.— 
Spearfish canyon, S. Dak. — Spearfish 
Falls.— Svlvan Lake, S. Dak. 1-4. 
I (H 126S30-126S43, May 10, 1909.) 



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15614 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Hunt (Phinney S.), Valdez, Alaska. 

[15614 

Banquet tendered to the Alaska road 

commission. (H 126742, May 8, 1909.) 

Huntington (Mrs. C. P.)j New York, 

N. Y. [15615 

Girl playing guitar: Vermeer (Jan 

Van Delft ) . ( H 127776. May 29, 1909. ) 

Hyink (H. W.), Alton, Iowa. [15616 
St. Mary's church. (H 127954, June 
3, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 23, 1909.) 

International committee oe Y. M. C. 
A., New York, N. Y. [15617 

Ten vears from now. (P 77228, 
June 5, 1909.) 

Jack (Clarence), Tulsa, Okla. [7 
photographs.] [15618-15624 

Glenn Pool oil fields. 1, 2.— Kiefer- 
Glenn Pool oil field. — Muskogee, Okla. 
1, 2. — Muskogee oil field. — North 
Tulsa-Flat Rock oil field. (H 127671- 
127677, May 27, 1909.) 

Jacobs (John H.), Churchtown, Pa. 

[15625-15629 
Churchtown. Pa. 1-5. (H 126822- 
126826, May 10, 1909.) 

Jansson (Augustus L.), West Somer- 
ville, Mass. [12 prints] 

[15630-15641 
Jaclubs. — Jadia. — Jaharts. — Jaspa. — 
Kidia. — Kiharts. — Kispa. — Klubs. — 
Qclubs. — Qudia. — Quhahts. — Quspa. 
(F 76411-76422, May 11, 1909; 2 c. of 
each June 3, 1909.) 

Jennings & Graham, Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[15642 
Cradle roll certificate. F 76617, May 
15, 1909; 2 c. May 17, 1909.) 

Johnson (J. A.), Sauk Centre, Minn. 

[15643, 15644 

Bunnies. (H 127460, May 24, 1909.) 

Sauk Centre, Minn., Bridge and Main 

st. (H 127459, May 24, 1909.) 

Johnson (W. Martin), New York, 
N. Y. [15645-15651 

Plates 2-6. (F 76429-76433, May 11, 
1909.) 

Plates 7, 8. by Emil Carlsen. (F 
76434, 76435, May 11, 1909.) 

Johnston (Jas. B.), Bisbee^ Ariz. 

[15652 
We ain't a bad bunch of Indians. 
(H 127271, May 20, 1909; 2 c. May 6, 
1909.) 



Johnston (R. W.) studios, Pittsburg, 
Pa. [9 photographs.] 

[15653-15661 

American bowling congress, Pitts- 
burg, 1909. — Bowlin (Miss Hen- 
rietta). — First rehearsal of the Pin- 
afore. — Oberlin, Ohio, archs A and 
B. (H 127581-127585, May 25, 1909.) 

Rinehart (Mrs.) and children at 
piano. 1, 2. — Rinehart (Mrs. Mary R.), 
three children and dog. — Rinehart 
family at home. (H 126759-126762, 
May 8, 1909.) 

Jordan (Tim Joseph) & Gebhart 
(Adam), New York, N. Y. 

[15662-15665 
Jordan's (Tim) playing card game. 
1-4. (F 76707-76710, May 18, 1909; 
2 c. of each May 11, 1909.) 

Judge co.. New York, N. Y. 

[15666, 15667 

Don't you whip my doggy. (F 
76908, May 24, 1909.) 

Leslie's weekly, cover design, Apr. 
29, 1909. (F 76636, May 15, 1909 ; 2 c. 
May 17, 1909.) 

Karnebogen (Wm. H.), Hermann, Mo. 

[15668 
Hermann, Mo., Warf st. (H 127415, 
May 14, 1909.) 

Kennedy co., Seattle, Wash. [15669 
Parkland showing Tacoma in dis- 
tance. (F 76854, May 22, 1909.) 

Kensen art studio, Renova, Pa. 

[15670-15677 

Looking down the Susquehanna Val- 
ley. (H 126893, May 3, 1909; 2 c. 
May 12, 1909.) 

Looking up the Susquehanna river. 
(H 126894, May 3, 1909; 2 c. May 3, 
1909.) 

North Bend, Pa. Looking east. (H 
126895, May 3, 1909.) 

-North Point opposite. (H 126896, 

May 3, 1909.) 

Renova, Pa. 1-4. (H 126897-126900, 
May 3, 1909.) 

Kerrnish (Mary Louise), New York, 

N. Y. [15678-15680 

Taft (President) 1-3. (H 127337- 

127339, May 21, 1909 ; 1 c. of each Mar. 

26, 1909, 1 c. of each, May 6, 1909.) 

Kimball (W. W.) co., Chicago, 111. 

r 15681 
Elvyn (Myrtle) (H 127269, May 
20, 1909.) 



234 



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DOS. 22-25, June, 1909 



15784 



Kivlahan (Henry D.i. Cuba. Vis. 

[156S2. 15GS3 
Yaughan's (Father') remains. Front 
view, side view. (H 12741(5. 127417, 
May 24. 1909.) 

Knaffl & bro., Knoxville. Tenn. [7 
photogra phs.] [15684-15690 

Blossom time. — Calla lillies. — Dream- 
ing. — Fantastic. — Mildred. — Model 
( The ) .— Nannette. ( H 127511-127517. 
May 24, 1909.) 

Knipe (E. Benson), New York. N. Y. 

[15691. 15692 

Adversity. (F 76957. May 26. 1909.) 

Prosperity. (F 7695S. May 26. 1909.) 

Knoedleb < E. L.). New York. N. Y. 

[15693 
Grandfather ; bv W. Denby Sadler. 
(F 76631. May 17, 1909.) 



Kohlfehg (M. J.), Denver, 



AH I did was huj 
Apr. 15, 1909.) 



a little. 



Colo. 

[15694 
( F 76865. 



Korfiiage (Herman C. ). New Albany. 

Ind. [15695 

Swinging pendulum electric liandless 

clock. ^~(H 126SS5. May 12. 1909: 2 c. 

Apr. 16. 1909.) 

Krxjpar (Anthony C), Kalamazoo. 
Mich. [15696 

Too late to back up. (F 76350, May 
S. 1909.) 

Ladd (Sarah H.), Portland, Oregon. 
[16 photographs.] [15697-15712 
Flowers of prosperity. — From a cot- 
tage garden. — Fruition. — German 
flag. — Golden columbines. — Grandma's 
pinys. — Great purple flag. — Joy bells. — 
May queen. — Native of Oregon. — Pride 
of the garden. — Rocky mountain wild- 
ings. — Star magnolia. — -Stately manda- 
rin. — Venus and the flower. — Wayside 
beauty. (H 127115-127130, May 17. 
1909.) 

Lambiw-Wenigman co.. Chicago, 111. 
[27 prints.] [15713-15739 

American girl. 3, 4, 6. (F 74765, 
74766. 74768. Mar. 25, 1909: 2 c. of 
each May 29, 1909. 

American girl. 7, 8. — By the river 
side. — Country cot. — Evening quiet. — 
Old mill. — On the Desplaines. — Pump- 
kins. — Quietude. — Village road. — 
Winding its way. — Wood way. (F 
75017, 75018, 75021-75030, Apr. 3. 1909 ; 
2 c. of each May 29, 1909.) 

235 

882S0— 09 2 



Lambin-Wenigman co. — Continued. 

Girl with the fan. — Outing girl. F 
75277. 75270. Apr. 12, 1909; 2 c. of 
each May 29. 1909.) 

Be it ever so humble. — Birch wood 
brook. — By the river. — Dam site. — 
Forks of the road. — Hill road. — Morn- 
ing. — Near sleepy time. — Song to 
night. — Through the birches. (F 
76597-76606, May 14, 1909; 2 c. of 
each May 29, 1909.) 

Lawton (W. H.), Vermillion. S. Dak. 

[15740 
Water tank going down. (H 1267S1, 
May 10, 1909.) 

Leach l G. W.), jr., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 

[15741 
Luzerne county court-house. (H 
126769, May 10, 1909.) 

Leeland art and mfg. co., Mitchell, S. 
Dak. [19 photographs] 

[15742-15760 
Alone again on the claim. — Brand- 
ing cattle on the ranch. — Claim hold- 
er's burden. — Deadwood, S. Dak. 
1-3. — Home in the land of stars and 
stripes. — I couldn't drop you for the 
world. — King of rattlers. — On the slow 
train. — Rough riding. — Short order 
cafe. — Sunday visitors on the claim. — 
Sunny side of claim life. — Water 
wagon on the claim. — When best of 
friends must part. — Where marriage is 
a success. — Who's calf are you? — 
Young man. go west. (H 127724- 
127742. Mav 28. 1909 : 2 c. of each May 
29. 1909.) 

Levick (Edwin). New York, N. Y. 

[15761-15775 

Cape May life-saver. (H 126S04 
May, 10, 1909.) 

Cape May motor lifeboat 1-12. (H 
126S05-126816, May 10, 1909.) 

Flashlight of life saver 1, 2. (H 
126817, 126818, May 10, 1909.) 



Life publishing co.. New York, N. Y. 
[S prints.] [15776-15783 

Compound interest. — Course of true 
love. — Fifty years ago today. — For ever 
and ever. — Gad ! I wish I was only 
seven years old. — Her first dinner 
party. — Joys of nature. — This is her 
birthday. (F 77198-77205, June 4, 
1909.) 

Linderman (Frank B.), Helena, Mont. 

[15784 
Prospector (The) (F 76856, May 
22, 1909: 2 c. Mar. 29, 1909.) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



15785 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



Line (A. A.), Carlisle, Pa. 

[15785-15793 

Carlisle, Pa. 1-8. ( H 126670-126677, 
May 6, 1909 ; 2 c. of each May 7, 1909. ) 

Mountain Lake Park, Md. (H 
126669, May 6, 1909.) 

Linkletter (L. G. ) , Seattle, Wash. 

[15794, 15795 
University of Washington, Students 
and faculty. 1, 2. (H 127527, 127528, 
May 24, 1909.) 

Lloyd (James H.), Troy, N. Y. [15796 
Trojan (Steamboat). (H 126929, 
May 13, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Long (Chas.), Yicksburg, Miss. 

[15797 
Cornered. (H 127859, June 1, 1909.) 

Lyndon (A. S.), Ann Arbor, Mich. 

[15798 
Michigan union circus. (H 127020, 
May 14, 1909. 

McCluee (R. B.). New York, N. Y. 

[15799-15804 
Around the world with Dorothy Dot. 

(F 76362, May 8, 1909.) 

(F 76685, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76862, May 22, 1909.) 

(F 77000, May 28, 1909.) 

Mother Goose cut up puzzles. (F 

76363, May 8, 1909.) 

(F 76686, May 17, 1909.) 

McDonald (Mason Murry), Detroit, 
Mich. [15805, 15S06 

River Rouge, Mich., Great lakes en- 
gineering works 1,2. (H 128001, 
128002, June 4, 1909.) 

McKay (R. H.), Missoula, Mont. [4 
photographs] [15807-15810 

Driving the last spike. — Last 
joint. — Pearson (Chief engineer) and 
friends. — Where the last spike was 
driven. (H 127743-127746, May 28, 
1909.) 
McKenzie (J. D.), Parsons, Kans. 

[15811 

Katy Flyer leaving Parsons, Kans. 
(F 74404, Mar. 12, 1909; 2 c. May 7, 
1909.) 

McNamara (Edward), Rapid City, S. 
Dak. [15812-15815 

Rapid City, S. Dak. 1-4. (H 126705- 
126708, May 7, 1909.) 

Maine (A. G.), Walden, Colo. [4 
photographs] [15816-15819 

North Park, Colo. 1-3.— Walden, 
Colo. (H 127803-127806, June 1, 
1909 ; 1 c. of each May 17, 1909 ; 1 c. of 
each June 1, 1909.) 



Manaway (L. W. West), Jackson, 

Miss. [15820 

Presidents and cashiers of negro 

banks in Mississippi. (H 126886. May 

12, 1909; 2 c. May 5, 1909.) 

Manhattan photogravure co.. New 
York, N. Y. [15821-15824 

[Harvard university] : Austin hall, 
Johnson gate, Memorial hall, Yard 
(The) ; by Vernon Howe Bailey. (F 
77229-77232, June 5, 1909.) 

Manufacturers' advertising co., New 
York, N. Y. [15825 

McCarthy (Bridget). (G 21569, 
May 14, 1909.) 

Mayer (D.), Richmond Hill, N. Y. 

[15826-15S31 
[Butterfly series] 1-6. (G 21701- 
21706, May 22, 1909.) 

Meek co., Coshocton, Ohio. [15832 
Good morning. (G 21555. May 11. 
1909.) 

Megeath stationery co.. Omaha, Nebr. 
[5 prints] [15833-15837 

At home after 8 P. M. in Nebraska- 
Dead one after S P. M. in Nebraska. — 
Plenty of blind tigers in Nebraska af- 
ter 8 P. M— 8 P. M. milk certificates. — 
10 P. M. in Iowa. (F 77207-77211, 
June 4, 1909.) 

Menke ( H. Wm. ) , Chicago, 111. [1583S 
Best story I ever heard. (H 127950, 
June 2, 1909.) 

Merkley ( Stanley A. ) , Buffalo, N. Y. 

[15839 
Buffalo means business. (H 126700, 
May 7, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Merrill (A. L.), Woonsocket, R. I. 

[15S40 
Notre Dame des Victoires. (H 
127955, June 3, 1909.) 

Merryman (W. R.), Haverhill, Mass. 

[15841 

Presidential range and the Annno- 

noosuc valley. (H 127505, May 24, 

1909.) 

Middleton (Thomas B.), Santa Bar- 
bara, Cal. [15842,15843 
Cooper (Ellwood). A, B. (H 
126369, 126370, Apr. 26, 1909.) 

Mills (Wm.) & son, Providence, R. I. 

[15844-15847 

Beverly, Mass., Taft residence. A, 

B, C, D. (H 126923-126926, May 12, 

1909.) 



236 



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nos. 22-25, June, 1909 



15914 



Mitchell (Edw. H.), San Francisco, 

Cal. [15S4S 

Hello Bill ! Meet me on the Pay 
Streak. (G 21322, Apr. 12, 1909.*) 

Mitchell (Jno. J.) co., New York, 
N. Y. [15849-15850 

American fashions. Sartorial art 
journal. May, 1909. Supplements 
A, B. (F 71415, 71416, Dec. 19, 190S ; 
2 c. of each May 13, 1909.) 

Moffat, Yard & co., New York, N. Y. 
[10 prints] [15851-15860 

Black-eyed Susan. — Gold is not all. — 
Her pilot. — Miss Demure. — Oldest trust 
company. — Plea for arbitration. — Speed- 
ing the coming guest. — Sweet girl 
graduate. — Teasing girl. — Their first 
hazard. (F 76219, 76221-76225, 76404- 
76407. May 5, 1909 : 2 c. of each June 
7, 1909.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. [15861 
Hubbard (Elbert) H 127293, May 
20, 1909.) 

Mooee (A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[15862-15866 

New York, N. Y., church of the 
Transfiguration. 1-A. (H 127057- 
127060, May 17, 1909; 2 c. May 18, 
1909.) 

Grace church, chancel. (F 

76849, May 22, 1909.) 

Moore & Hayward, Rutland, Yt. 

[15867 
Tercentenary greetings. (H 127026, 
May 15, 1909.) 

Moray (John), Berkeley Springs, W. 
Ya. [15868 

Buhr-Stone memorial to James Rurn- 
sey. (H 126499, May 5, 1909.) 

Morrissey (W. E.) Denver, Colo. 

[15869 
All kinds of shoe laces. (F 76632, 
May 1, 1909; 2 c. May 17, 1909.) 

Morrison (Charles), Shelbyville, Ind. 

[15870 
Innocence resting under the protect- 
ing antlers of an elk. (H 127596, May 
26, 1909; 2 c. May 27, 1909.) 

Moses (Harold D.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[3 photographs.] [15871-15873 

Becalmed.— Last days of the U. S. S. 

Saratoga. — Waiting for pilot. (H 

127971-127973, June 3, 1909.) 

Mumper (J. I.), Gettysburg, Pa. 

[15874 
Gettysburg, Pa., national cemetery. 
(H 127420, May 24, 1909.) 



Murdock (John J.), Chicago, 111. 

[15875 
Murdock (John J.) (H 126709, 
May 7, 1909.) 

Murray & Ready, San Francisco, Cal. 

[15876 
Naval parade, extraordinary views. 
(F 77117, May 17, 1909.) 

Myers (Court), Germantown, N. Y. 

[15877 
Maple Villa, residence of Dr. W. B. 
Plainer. (F 76351, May 8, 1909.) 

National enameling & stamping co.. 
Milwaukee, Wis. [15878 

Steaming hot. (H 127153, May 17, 
1909.) 

National photograph co., Chicago. 

111. [15879 

Some interesting figures on the 

other side. (H 117521, Oct. 27, 1908.*) 

Needham (Wm. L.), St. Louis, Mo. 

[15880 
Gems from the pen of love. (F 
77018, May 28, 1909; 2 c. May 22, 
1909.) 

Neuburg (Ig.), New York, N. Y. 
[4 prints] [15881-15884 

Heart winner. — Mayflower. — Spring- 
blossom.— Sunray. (F 76844-76847. 
May 22, 1909; 2 c. of each May 14. 
1909.) 

New York Evening telegram (New 

York Herald company), Jersey 

City, N. J. [15885-15914 

Book-taught Bilkins. (F 76444, 

May 11, 1909.) 

(F 76771, May 19, 1909.) 

(F 76936, May 25, 1909.) 

(F 77089, June 1, 1909.) 

Dolbv's double. (F 76400, May 10, 

1909.) 

(F 76629, May 15, 1909.) 

(F 76894, May 24, 1909.) 

(F 77026, May 29, 1909.) 

(F 77251, June 5, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. (F 

76402, May 10, 1909.) 

(F 76612, May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76701, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76838, May 21, 1909.) 

(F 76896, May 24, 1909.) 

(F 77009, May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77087, June 1, 1909.) 

(F 77218, June 4, 1909.) 



237 



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159U 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



New York Evening telegram (New 
York Herald company) — Cont'd. 
Pazaza, it's great. (F 7G589, May 
13, 1909.) 

(F 76836, May 21, 1909.) 

(F 76984, May 27, 1909.) 

(F 77195, June 3, 1909.) 

Poor Jake. (F 76590, May 13, 1909.) 

(F 76784, May 20, 1909.) 

(F 76971, May 26, 1909.) 

(F 77194, June 3, 1909.) 

Roosevelt (Colonel) on cowcatcher. 

(F 76893, May 24, 1909.) 

Sentimental Sidney. (F 76401, Mav 
10, 1909.) 

(F 76700, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76895, May 24, 1909.) 

(F 77086, June 1, 1909.) 

New York Herald company. Jersey 
City, N. J. [15915-15978 

Atlantic passenger fleet now more 
numerous than ever before. ( F 77085, 
June 1, 1909.) 

Buster Brown. (F 76491. May 12, 
1909; 2 c. May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76495, May 12, 1909: 2 c. 

May 24, 1909.) 

(F 76501, Mav 12, 1909; 2 c. 

May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77180, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

Calm before the storm; by Victor 
Perard. (F 76286, Apr. 24, 1909; 2 c. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Daily hint from Paris. (F 76397, 
May 10, 1909.) 

(F 76398, May 10, 1909: 2 c. 

May 11, 1909.) 

(F 76445, May 11, 1909.) 

(F 76488, May 12, 1909; 2 c. 

May 13, 1909. 

(F 76588, May 13, 1909; 2 c. 

May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76591, May 13, 1909.) 

(F 76611, May 14, 1909: 2 c. 

May 15, 1909.) 

(F 76630, May 15, 1909; 2 c. 

May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76698, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76702, May 17, 1909: 2 c. 

May 19, 1909.) 

(F 76770, May 19, 1909; 2 c. 

May 20, 1909. 

(F 76783, May 20, 1909; 2 c. 

May 21, 1909. 

(F 76837, May 21, 1909.) 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 
(F 76839, May 21, 1909; 2 c. 

May 24, 1909. 

(F 76897. May 24, 1909; 2 c. 

May 25, 1909. 

(F 76899, May 24, 1909.) 

(F 76935, May 25, 1909.) 

(F 76937, May 25, 1909; 2 c. 

May 26, 1909. 
(F 76938, May 26, 1909; 2 c. 

May 27, 1909.) 

— (F 76985, May 27, 1909; 2 c. 

May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77023, May 29, 1909.) 

( F 77025, May 29, 1909 ; 2 c. 

June 1, 1909.) 

(F 77084, June 1, 1909.) 

(F 77088, June 1, 1909; 2 c. 

June 3, 1909.) 
(F 77175, June 3. 1909; 2 c. 

June 4, 1909.) 

(F 77193, June 3, 1909.) 

(F 77219, June 4, 1909; 2 c. 

June 5, 1909.) 
(F 77250, June 5, 1909; 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

Fleet of new steamships on the At- 
lantic breaks the record. (F 76339, 
May 10, 1909; 2 c. May 11, 1909.) 

In conversation at the station with 
Capt. Davidson. (F 76902, May 24, 
1909.) 

Inspecting the guard of honor. (F 
76901, May 24, 1909.) 

Johnny Quack and the Van Cluck 
twins. (F 76493, May 12, 1909; 2 c. 
May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76498, May 12, 1909; 2 c. 

May 24, 1909.) 

(F 77176, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77177, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 
76489, May 12, 1909; 2 c. May 14, 
1909.) 

(F 76494, May 12, 1909; 2 c. 

May 24, 1909.) 

(F 76500, May 12, 1909; 2 c. 

May 29, 1909.) 

(F 77181, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

Marseleen on the run. (F 76952, 
May 26, 1909.) 

Marseleen's idea. (F 76953, May 26, 
1909. ) 



238 



ENGRAVINGS, 
dos. 22-25. June, 1909 



CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 



16022 



New York Herald company — Cont'd. 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
76490, Mav 12. 1909; 2 c. May 14. 
3909.) 



— (F 76496, 
May 24. 1909.) 



May 12, 1909 
12, 1909 
1909: 



z c. 



2 c. 



( F 76499, Maj 

May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77179. June 3, : J09 : 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

Nemo 1-3. (F 76954-76956, Mav 26, 
1909.) 

Ocean travel diminishes now. (F 
76699, May 17, 1909.) 

Pulling out of the Mombasa station. 
(F 76900, May 24, 1909.) 

Sage (Mrs. Russell) . (F 77024, Mav 
29, 1909.) 

Summer cruises in fancy: bv Victor 
Perard. (F 76287, Apr. 24. 1909; 2 c. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Terrors of the tinv tads. (F 76492. 
May 12, 1909; 2 c. May 14, 1909.) 

(F 76497. May 12, 1909: 2 c. 

May 24, 1909.) 

(F 76503, Mav 12. 1909: 2 c. 

May 28, 1909.) 

(F 77178. June 3. 1909; 2 c. 

June 7, 1909.) 

Voyagers fill the cabins of great 
liners. (F 76898, May 24, 1909; 2 c. 
May 25, 1909.) 

Woo woo bird. (F 76502. Mav 12, 
1909; 2 c. May 28, 1909.) 

New York Times co., New York, N. Y. 
[15979-15981 
Impressions of the passing show. 
(F 76983, May 27, 1909.) 

(F 77073, June 1, 1909.) 

Memoirs of Bwana Tumbo ; by Hy. 
Mayer. (F 76403, May 10, 1909.") 

Newcombe (George E.) & co.. New 

York, N. Y. [159S2 

Roosevelt in Africa. (H 126744, 
May 8, 1909.) 

Newell (W.), Clinton, Wash. [15983 
Island co., the key stone of Puget 
Sound. (F 76711. Mav IS. 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 19, 1909.) 

Nicoll (Wm. T.i. Wheeling. W. Va. 

[15984 
Important ceremonv. (H 126756, 
May 8, 1909.) 

Northwestern photo art co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [15985 
Duck shooting: by Clarence G. 
Stearns. (H 126783, May 10, 1909.) 



Nortox (A. B.), Brookline, Mass. 

[15986-15988 

Asbury Grove. Mass. (H 126655, 
May 6, 1909.) 

Asbury Grove to Idlewood lake. 1, 2. 
(H 126656. 126657. May 6. 1909; 2 c. 
each May 6, 1909.) 

Notes (F. E.), Chippewa Falls, Wis. 

[15989-15993 

Chippewa Falls, Wis., Irvine park. 

1-5. ( H 127372-127376, May 17, 1909. ) 

Oakes ( M. L. ) , Seattle, Wash. [15994 
Portland roses. (H 127778, May 29, 
1909.) 

Olesox (C. Oscar). Lemmon, S. Dak. 

[15995-16003 

Mott, N. Dak. 1-9. (H 126745- 

126753, May 8. 1909 : 2 c. of each Apr. 

21. 1909.) 

Oliver (Wm. J.) mfg. co.. Knoxville, 

Tenn. [16004 

Annual convention East Tennessee 

farmers assn. (H 127861, June 1, 

1909.) 

Olsox (Niels). Three Forks, Mont. 

[16005 
Three Forks, Mont. (H 126300, 
Apr. 29, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 14, 1909.) 

Olsox photograph co., Plattsmouth, 
Nebr. [7 photographs.] 

[16006-16012 
Iowa apples. — Iowa cabbage. — Iowa 
corn. — Iowa potatoes. — Iowa pump- 
kin. — Iowa vegetables. — Shipping Iowa 
products. (H 127407-127413, May 22, 
1909.) 

Ometh (E. E.), Rush City, Minn. 

[16013-16018 
Rush City, Minn. 1-6. (H 127012- 
127017, May 14, 1909.) 

Orr (H. E.) co., inc.. Seattle. Wash. 

[16019 
Orr (H. E.) park. (F 76973. May 
27, 1909.) 

Osborxe co., New York. N. Y. [16020 
Debutante. (F 76339, May 7, 1909.) 

Atlantic City, 



Packer (Fred), 



N. J. 

[16021 
All I did was growl a little. (F 
75542. Apr. 17, 1909: 2 c. Mav 29, 
1909.) 

Pagett (L. W.), Chicago, 111. [16022 
Brother to the man who spits on the 
floor. (F 76365. May S. 1909; 2 c. 
May 19, 1909.) 



239 



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16023 



pt. iv, n. a., v. 4 



Paine (Lillian C.)» Washington, D. C. 

[1G023 
Lethert (Charles Anthony). (H 
127931, June 2, 1909; 2 c. May 27, 
1909.) 

Palmer (Frank), Spokane, Wash. 

[16024-16026 
Rock lake, Wash. 1-3. (H 127029- 
127031, May 15, 1909 ; 2 c. of each May 
13, 1909.) 

Paqtjin (W. E.), Chicago, 111. [3 
prints.] [16027-16029 

Among the shadows. — Gobleville, 
Mich., Mill lake. — Sheep hear His 
voice. (F 76449, 76451, 76450, May 8, 
1909: 2 c. of each Apr. 30, 1909.) 

Parfitt (William), Goshen, Ind. 

[16030 

Goshen, Ind., Knights of Pythias 

lodge rooms. (H 126755, May 8, 1909.) 

Parker (John J.), Derby Line, Vt. 

[16031-16034 
April scene of ice and sunshine in 
Northern Vermont. 1-4. (H 126701- 
126704, May 7, 1909.) 

Pasonault (J. E.), Cando, N. Dak. 

[16035, 16036 
Bryan (Col.) at Cando, N. Dak. 1, 
2. (H 126930, 126931, May 13, 1909; 
2 c. of each June 3, 1909.) 

Patterson-Gibbs co., Chicago, 111. [25 
prints] [16037-16061 

Are you on the profit side. — Ask the 
man who knows. — Don't. — Don't let 
the small coin shut out the big 
value. — How to increase your 
profits. — Investigate. — It touches the 
spot. — Just a moment. — Just a mo- 
ment, please. — Knowledge begins in 
wonder. — Little money makers. — Live 
wire. — Make your dollars work. — More 
light. — Novel poster effect. — Of inter- 
est to husband and wife. — Open ques- 
tion. — Pointer for you. — Real thing. — 
Something of interest. — Striking thing 
for Decoration day. — Very striking. — 
We are running ahead. — Well bal- 
anced. — Your opportunity. (F 77041- 
77065. June 1, 1909 ; 2 c. of each May 
24, 1909.) 

Patzig (August), Jersey City, N. J. 
[4 photographs] [16062-16065 

Brooklyn, N. Y., from Singer 
tower.— New York, N. Y. 1, 2.— North 
Hudson co., N. J. (H 127259-127262, 
May 19, 1909.) 

Pearman (Robert H.), Culpeper. Va. 
[16066, 16067 
Warrenton hunt club. 1. 2. (H 
126734, 126735, May 7, 1909.) 



Pearson (Helen), Portsmouth, N. H. 

[16068 
Whales-back light. (H 126757, May 
8, 1909.) 

Peas (Mrs. L. F.), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[16069 
Violets. (F 77029, June 1, 1909.) 

Pelton (Herbert W), Asheville, N. C. 

[16070 
Ashville, N. C, American national 
bank building. (H 127265, May 19, 
1909.) 

Penn (Delbert A.), Salem, Ind. 

[16071, 16072 
Proved. — St. John. (H 126891, 
126892, May 10, 1909 ; 1 c. of each Apr. 
26, 1909, 1 c. of each May 10, 1909.) 

Perard (Victor), New York, N. Y. 

[16073 
It is easier to confess by telephone. 
(F 75380, Apr. 18, 1909; 2 c. May 6, 
1909.) 

Perfecto chemical co., New York, 
N. Y. [16074 

From an automobile. (F 76712, May 
18, 1909.) 

Phelps, Lewis & Bennett co., Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. [16075 

Giants' Despair, Wilkes-Barre moun- 
tain. (G 21732, May 29, 1909; 2 c. 
May 5, 1909.) 

Pierce (H. H.), Boston, Mass. [16076 
Lang (B. J.) (H 127414, May 22, 
1909; 2 c. May 24, 1909.) 

Plummer (F. C), Seattle, Wash. 

[16077 
Carmack (Geo. W.), man who dis- 
covered the Klondike. (H 127858, June 
1, 1909.) 

Pollock (H. M.), Chicago, 111. [16078 
Madonna and child. (F 76775, May 
20, 1909.) 

Post printing and publishing co., 

Denver, Colo. [16079-16082 

Terrible Teddy tours. ( F 76383, May 

10, 1909.) 

(F 76681, May 17, 1909.) 

(F 76867, May 24, 1909.) 

(F 77038, June 1, 1909.) 

Postart co.. Cuba. N. Y. [8 photo- 
graphs] [16083-16090 
Contentment.— Cuba. N. Y. 1-6.— 
Spring blossoms. (B. 127984-127991, 
June 3, 1909.) 



240 



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DOB. 22-25. June. 1909 



16145 



Prince (G. L.)» Los Ansreles, Cal. 

[16091, 16092 

Newman club. (H 126937, May 13, 
1909: 2 c. May 11, 1909.) 

Banquet tendered Japanese naval 
officers. (H 126936, May 13. 1909: 2 
c. May 11, 1909.) 

Providence lithograph co.. Provi- 
dence, R. I. [16093, 16094 
Some laws of the kingdom. (G 
21591, May 19. 1909.) 

True blessedness. (G 21590, May 

19. 1909.) 

Pryor stldio. Pryor, Okla. [16095 
Prvor. Okla.. new school building. 
(H 127294. May 20. 1909.) 

Rat; (William H.). Philadelphia, Pa. 

[16096 
Philadelphia. Pa.. Skyscrapers. (H 
127716. May 28, 1909.) 

Reed (Chas. K.). Worcester, Mass. 
[6 prints] [16097-16102 

Baltimore oriole. — Blackburnian 
warbler. — Blue jay. — Bob White. — 
Chipping sparrow. — Sparrow hawk. 
iT 75S91-75896. Apr. 27. 1909: 2 c. 
of each May 17. 1909.) 

Reid pub. co., Boston. Mass. [16103 
Eddy (Mary Baker). (F 76637, 
May 17. 1909.) 

Rentschler (Fred J.). Ann Arbor, 
Mich. [16104-16107 

Angell (Dr. J. B.) 1 A-4 A. (H 
127667-127670, May 27, 1909.) 

Ricard (H. M.), Quinn. S. Dak. 

[16108 

Cattle going down in the bad lands. 

(H 127957. May 14. 1909: 1 c. Apr. 

20, 1909: 1 c. May 14, 1909.) 

Richey (Charles Gilbert), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. [4 photographs.] 

[16109-16112 
Gee, but this is a lonesome old 
town. — Having a barrel of fun. — Hav- 
ing a hot time. — Keep this to remem- 
ber your dates bv. (H 126932-126935, 
May 13. 190.9.) 

Roby & Btjrwham, Dwteht 111. 

[16113 
Dat lag dog. (H 126S46. Mav 10, 
1909.) 

Rochester post card co.. Rochester. 

N. Y. [16114-16117 

Billy possum has the floor. (F 

76788. May 20. 1909.) 

Bill said to Bill. Hello Bill. (F 

76789. May 20, 1909.) 



Rochester post card co. — Continued. 
Hello Bill. (F 76786, May 20, 1909.) 
Hurrah for Bill and old Eli. (F 

76787. May 20, 1909.) 
2 c. of each May 3, 1909. 

Rose (H. M.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[16118 
Shibe park. (F 77099, June 2, 
1909.) 

Rottmer (Henry E. ), Washington, 
D. C, [16119,16120 

Grief 1, 2. (H 126918, 126919, May 
12, 1909.) 

Russia cement co.. Gloucester, Mass. 

[16121 
Poor dolly. (F 76519, May 13, 
1909. ) 

Ryan (Daniel Edward), New York, 
N. Y. [16122 

Walden, N. Y.. New York knife 
works. (H 127610, May 27, 1909.) 

Schenck (S. C), Chicago, 111. [4 
photographs.] [16123-16126 

Happy salesman.- — Long lived. — 
Taking an order. — Village black- 
smith. (H 127154-127157, May 17, 
1909.) 

Schindler (Mrs. M. J.), New Ulm, 

Minn. [16127 

New Ulm, Minn., Catholic buildings. 

(H 127298. May 21. 1909: 2 c. May 12, 

1909.) 

Schmitt (Chas. ), Dodgeville, Wis. 

[16128 
Scene at a case of milk fever in a 
cow. (H 126883, May 5, 1909.) 

SCHEAFFT (W. F.) & SONS, COl'p., BOS- 

ton. Mass. [4 chromos]. 

[16129-16132 
Beatrice. — Eleanor. — Maud. — Paul- 
ine. (G 21550-21553, May 8, 1909.) 

Schwab & Wolf. New York, N. Y. 

[16133, 16134 
C. Q. D. (G 21565, May 13, 1909.) 
Honevmoon. (G 21566, May 13, 
1909.) 
Scobie (Frank). Sleepy Eye, Minn. 

[16135 
Sleenv Eve. Minn. Lakeside park. 
(H 127503. May 24. 1909.) 

Scofield (Eugene B.). Indianapolis, 
Ind. [10 prints] [16136-16145 

Easter blessings. — Easter gladness. — 
Easter greeting. 1. 2. — Easter greet- 
ings. — Easter joys. — Happy Easter. — 
Happy Easter greetings from Bunny- 
land. — Joyous Easter. — Peaceful Easter. 
(F 76472-76481, May 12. 1909; 2 c. of 
each June 1. 1909.) 



241 



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16146 



pt. iv, 11. s.. v. 4 



Scribner (Arthur Ward), Lawrence, 
Mass. [5 prints] [16146-16150 
Angular units. — Angular units. Series 
1— Rhvthinic units. Set A, set B. 
(F 76514-7651S. Mar 13. 1909: 2 c. of 
each May 11, 1909.) 

Shapleigh (M. S.). Hillside, Pa. 

[16151 

Mammy's candy. iH 127609. May 
26, 1909.) 

Sheahax (Maurice T.). Brookline. 
Mass. [16152 

Odd fellow. (F 77017. May 29. 
1909.) 



Shirley (Harry E.) 
Pa. 
Black and white 
12, 1909.) 



Wilkinsburs. 

[16153 

(H 126S37, May 



Spooxer & Wells, inc. New York, 
X. Y. [16169-16171 

Herring airship. 34026, 34028, 34027. 
(H 126500-126502, May 5, 1909.) 

Stacey (Bess B.). Chicago. 111. 

[16172 
Little Hollanders. (F 76740. Mav 
19. 1909.) 

Stafford (C. F.), Cle Elum. Wash. 

[16173 
Last day in camp. (H 127249, Mav 
19, 1909.) 

Stamets (Fraxcis T.). Bloomsburv. 

X. J. [16174 

Greenwich Presbvterian church. X. J. 

(H 127580, Mav 25, 1909: 2 c. Mav 19, 

1909.) 



Silverthorne (Joseph). Lawrence. 
Mass. [16154 

Lawrence, Mass.. St. Anne's church. 
(H 127705, May 28, 1909.) 

Sleicher (Johx A.), president. Xew 
York, X. Y. [16155-16157 

Little Johnnv and the Taffv 'pos- 
sums. (F 76382, May 10, 1909. 

(F 76679. May 17. 1909. 

(F 77090. June 1, 1909.) 

Smith (E. A. G.). X x ewport, P. I. 

[1615S 
Howe (Julia Ward). (H 126615. 
May 5, 1909.) 

Smith (Harper B.), Atlantic City, 
X. J. [16159 

Atlantic City, X. J. (H 127348. Mav 
22. 1909.) 

Southgate (E. D.). Washington. D. C. 

[16160 
Davis (Jefferson) homestead. (H 
127754, May 28, 1909.) 

Speece & Aaron. Springdale, Ark. 

[16161-16165 
Arkansas produce 1-5. (H 127808- 
127812, May 29, 1909.) 

Spexcer (Isabel Charles). Xew 
York, X. Y. [16166,16167 

I am the vine, ye are the branches. 

Thanks! For the day's work that 
my Lord gives me. 

(F 76366, 76367, Mav 8. 1909: 2 c. 
of each May 22, 1909.) 

Spixks (William A.) & co., Chicago, 
111. [16168 

Miss Q. (F 76742, May 13, 1909.) 



Standly iH. L.). 
Colo. 
Anemones 1-3. 
May 10. 1909.) 

I State publishing co. 



Colorado Springs. 

[16175-16177 

(H 126766-126768. 



(F 



Boston. Mass. 
[16178-16221 
76504. Mav 12. 



Amos and Pete. 
1909.) 

- (F 76733, May 18, 1909.) 

iF 76734. May IS. 1909.) 

(F 76916, May 25, 1909.) 

(F 76917, May 25. 1909.) 

(F 77066, June 1. 1909.) 

(F 77070. June 1. 1909.) 

Ain't it just like a woman? (F 

76506. May 12. 1909.) 

(F 76729. May IS, 1909.) 

(F 76732. May IS. 1909.) 

(F 76915, May 25. 1909.) 

(F 76920, May 25. 1909.) 

(F 7706S. June 1, 1909.) 

(F 77071, June 1, 1909.) 

Bugtown budget. (F 76511. Mav 12. 

1909.) 

(F 76755. May 19. 1909.) 

(F 77113, June 2. 1909.) 

Gink and Dink. (F 70508. May 12. 
1909.) 

(F 76512, May 12, 1909.) 

( F 76754, May 19. 1909. ) 

(F 76923. May 25, 1909.) 

(F 77110. June 2. 1909.) 

It was a regular milk-shake-up. (F 
76919, May 25. 1909.) 

It was an old sas. (F 77067. Jane 
1. 1909.) 



242 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, 
22 25, Jane, L909 



AND PRINTS. ETC. 



1G321 



State publishing co. — Continued. 

Pete gets oven. {F 70730. May IS. 

1909.) 

Puzzlebugs. ( F 7G751. May 19, 1909. ) 

(F 70922. May 25, 1909.) 

(F 77111. June 2, 1909.) 

Reggie Kalinin. i,F 70510. May 12. 

1909.) 

(F 70752. May 19, 1909.) 

(F 70924. May 25, 1909.) 

(F 77114, June 2. 1909.) 

Salt came home to roast. (F 77009. 

June 1, 1909.) 

Show me. (F 70750, May 19, 1909.) 

(F 70925. May 25, 1909.) 

(F 77112, June 2, 1909.) 

This is no matrimonial knot. (F 

76918, May 25, 1909.) 

Uxtra! Uxtra. (F 70507. May 12. 

1909.) 

(F 70509, May 12, 1909.) 

(F 70753. May 19, 1909.) 

(F 70921, May 25. 1909.) 

(F 77109, June 2, 1909.) 

Won't things be a-mews-ing. (F 

70505, May 12, 1909.) 

W-ring out wild cats. (F 70731. 

May 18, 1909.) 

Stauch & Bickeord. Kalispell. Mont. 

[10222 
Buffalo in Montana. (H 127419. 
May 24, 1909.) 



Stokes < F. a.) co. 



Steichen 


( Edouard 


J.) 


. New 


York. 


N. Y. 








[10223 


Flat-iron 


(The) 


H 


126847 


. May 


11, 1909; 2 


c. May 12 


1909.) 





New York. N. Y. 
[10242-10244 
(F 70301. May 8. 



Stereo-travel co.. Corona. X. Y. 

[10224-10233 

Inaugural parade, 1909. 1. (H 
120217, Apr. 27, 1909; 1 c. May 11, 
1909, 1 c. June 8, 1909.) 

2-8. (H 120218-120224. Apr. 

27, 1909; 2 c. of each May 11. 1909.) 

Taft (President) bowing to the peo- 
ple, Inauguration, 1909. (H 120225, 
Apr. 27, 1909; 2 c. May 11, 1909.) 

entering his carriage. Inaugu- 
ration, 1909. (H 120220. Apr. 26, 
1909; 2 c. May 11, 1909.) 

Stekxexberg-Marvix CO.. LTD.._ Ern- 
mett, Idaho. [16234-10241 

Emmett valley. Idaho. 1-8. (H 
127519-127520. May 24, 1909: 1 c. of 
each May 4. 1909: 1 c. of each May 24. 
1909.1 



Rip Van Winkle. 
1909.) 

i F 70087. May 17. 1909.) 

(F 70803. May 22, 1909.) 

Stokes (Frederick A.). New York, 
X. Y. [10245 

Rip Van Winkle. (F 70999. May 28, 
1909.) 

Stone (Chas. J.) co.. Chicago. 111. 

[10240-10249 
Sartorial World engravings. May, 
1909. Supplements A-D. (F 76792- 
70795, May 21. 1909.) 

Stopinski (Sigisviuxdus A.). Buffalo, 
N. Y. [10250 

Joan of Arc. (F 70370. May 10, 
1909: 2 c. Apr. 28, 1909.) 

Strauss (J. C), St. Louis, Mo. [16251 
Kreismann (F. H.) B. (H 125080. 
Apr. 12. 1909 ; 2 c. May 3. 1909. 

Stutz (C. C). Wampum. Pa. 

[10252-10299 
American cement tile mfg. co. Plates 
1-48. (G 21592-21039. May 19. 1909: 
2 c. of each May 1. 1909.) 

Sullivan (James). New York. N. Y. 
[8 chromos] [10300-10307 

Coon yarns. — Flirting made easy. — 
German joker.— Irish joker. 3. 4. — 
Variety joker. — Vaudeville joker. — Yid- 
dish varus. (G 21550-21503. May 12. 
1909 : 2 c. of each May 0. 1909.) 

Subburg co.. New York. N. Y. [4 
chromes] [10308-10311 

Driving. — F ore . — Fozzle. — Putting. 
(G 21733-21730, May 29, 1909.) 

Swinburne (Thos, T.). Rochester. 
X. Y. [10312 

Rochester. X. Y.. Esplanade. (F 
70913, May 21, 1909.) 

Sykes (Melvin H.). Chicago. 111. 

[10313 
Winona winter. (H 127S07. June 1. 
1909.) 

Taber - Praxg art co.. Springfield. 
Mass. [10314 

Stratford-ou-Avon. (F 70513. May 
12, 1909; 2 c. May 13, 1909.) 

Tammen (H. IT.). Denver. Colo. [7 
prints] [10315-10321 

Big Feather (Chief). —Eagle Feather 
and squaw. — Fighting Wolf. — Hiawa- 
tha.— Minnehaha. — Red Cloud. — Sun- 
shine, i F 77092-77098, Mav 29. 1909.) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



16322 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Tangen ( Ed. ) , Boulder, Colo. [16322 
Boulder, Colo. (H 127180, May 18, 
1909. ) 

Tarbell (John H.), Boston, Mass. 

[16323 
Max, portrait of a dog. (H 128000, 
June 3, 1909.) 

Taylor art co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[16324-16335 
But. 1-12. (F 76717-76728, May 
18, 1909.) 

Technical harness & saddlery guide, 
Olean, N. Y. [16336 

Technical harness and saddlery 
guide. (F 76318, Apr. 27, 1909.) 

Ten Eyck (Walter P.). Roselle, N. J. 
[4 ehromos] [16337-16340 

Autumn days. — Peter Pan and the 
squirrel. — Through the grape arbor. — 
Today and yesterday. (G 21582- 
21585, May 15, 1909.) 

Terry (John), Seattle, Wash. [16341 
Pow-les-lee. (H 127755. May 29, 

1909. ) 

Thompson (Paul). New York, N. Y. 

[16342 
Colloredo-Mansfeld (Count) and 
Miss Nora Iselin. (H 126763, May 8, 
1909.) 

Thompson (William Charles), Sho- 
shone, Idaho. [16343 
Sage-brush orphans. (H 127587, 
May 25, 1909.) 

Thompson art co.. Portland, Me. 

[16344-16346 

Colonial post. (F 76377, May 10, 
1909.) 

Recreation post. (F 7637S, May 10. 
1909.) 

White Head. (H 126423. May 1. 
1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 22, 1909. ) 



Thurston (A. H.) & co.. New York, 
N. Y. [16347 

Astor house and surroundings. (F 
76912. May 25, 1909.) 

Tice (Willtam G.). Pawling, N. Y. 

[16348 
Pawling. N. Y. 1909. (F 76371. May 
10. 1909.) 

Tisdale (W. R.). Chase City. Va. 

[16349 
Chase City. Ya., The Mecklenburg, 
burned Apr. 16, 1909. (H 126999. May 
14. 1909.) 



Tobias (E. L.), Huntington, Ind. 

[16350-16352 

Chemical wagon. (H 127819, June 
1, 1909.) 

Fire engine. 1, 2. (H 127820, 
127821, June 1, 1909.) 

Tobias (Roy F.), Lancaster, Ohio. 

[16353 
Lancaster, Ohio. (H 126890, May 5, 
1909.) 

Townes (Chas. C), Pasco, Wash. 

[16354-16356 

Ice jam, Columbia river. (H 
126770, May 10, 1909.) 

Lewis street. (H 126771, May 10, 
1909.) 

Sunset on the Columbia. (II 127418, 
May 24, 1909.) 

Tribune co., Chicago, 111. 

[16357-16360 

Danny Dreamer. (F 76380, May 10, 
1909.) 

(F 76797, May 21, 1909.) 

Old Opie Dilldock's stories. IF 
76379, May 10, 1909.) 

(F. 76799, May 21, 1909.) 

Tuttle (O. H.), Chicago, 111. [4 photo- 
graphs.] [16361-16364 
Beautiful moonlight. — Good stiff 
breeze.— Sailing crowd. — Two second 
winner ten mile race. (H 126102- 
126105, Apr. 23, 1909 : 2 c. of each Apr. 
15, 1909.) 

Uhalt (Richard Alfred), New 
Orleans. La. [16365 

Homestead plan. (G 21287, Apr. 5, 
1909; 2 c. May 19, 1909.) 

Ullman & co., Chcago, 111. 

[16366-16369 

Clubfellow. 1. 2. (F 76425, 76426, 
May 11, 1909.) 

Goodfellow. 1, 2. (F 76427, 76428. 
May 11, 1909.) 



Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[16370-16405 

Atlantic City. N. J., souyenir spoon. 
Series 153. 2472-2475. (F 77234-77237, 
June 5, 1909.) 

Billy possum. (F 76827, Mav 21, 
1909.) 

[Christmas cards] 2423-2427, 2429, 
2433. (F 76S04-76810, May 21, 1909.) 

Erin go bragh. 2438. (F 76828. 
May 21, 1909.) 

[Hallowe'en cards] 2413-2419. (F 
76820-76826. May 21, 1909.) 

Moonlight. (F 76352, May S. 1909.) 

244 



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nos. 22-25. June, 1909 



16568 



Ullman mfg. co. — Continued. 

[New Years cards] 2420-2422, 2428, 
2430-2432. (F 76S13-76819, May 21, 
1909.) 

October evening. (F 76353, May 8, 
1909.) 

Road by the river. (F 76354, May 
S. 1909.) 

Thanksgiving. 2435,2436. (F 76811, 
76812, May 21, 1909.) 

Washington, D. C, Souvenir spoon. 
Series 154. 2476-2479. (F 77238- 
77241, June 5, 1909.) 

Unperhill (Irving), Jersey City, N.J. 
[16406-16411 

New York. N. Y.. Manhattan bridge. 
D 441. (H 127329. May 21. 1909; 2 c. 
Apr. 5, 1909). 

D 443. (H 127330. May 21, 

1909 : 2 c. May 1, 1909. ) 

Newark. N. J. 1-4. (H 125886- 
1258S9, Apr. 16, 1909 : 2 c. of each May 
1, 1909.) 

Underwood & Underwood. New York, 
N. Y. [16412-16547 

[Stereoscopic photographs] U 42251, 
U 112023, U 116601. U 116777, U 116906, 
U 116186, U 116198, U 116283, U 116320, 
U 116321, U 116456. ( H 126719-126729, 
May 7, 1909.) 

U 45876. U 70128, U 83646, U 

90372, U 106524, U 114915, U 116685. 
U 116698, U 116774, U 116816. U 116832, 
U 116921. (H 126849-126860, May 11, 
1909.) 

U 116705, U 116708, U 116713, 

U 116748. U 116751. U 116754, U 116768, 
U 116841, U 116854, U 116866, U 116885. 
(H 126903-126913, May 12, 1909.) 

-U 115576, U 116529, U 116649. 

U 1166S2. U 116738, U 116782. (H 
127006-127011, May 14, 1909.) 

U 38501, U 415S2, U 44416, U 

44472, U 44619, U 45034, U 88071, U 
116628, U 116905. (H 127250-127258. 
May 19, 1909.) 

U 36842, U 38067. U 114729, U 

115762, U 116972, U 116973, U 116975. 
U 116976, U 116977. U 116978, U 116980, 
U 116981. U 116983, U 116985. (H 
127614-127627, May 27, 1909.) 

U 26788, U 27410, U 32401. U 

34396, U 41933, U 44290. U 44405, U 
44549, U 44565, U 45234. U 47720, U 
83184, U 89945, U 95135, U 103270, U 
105631, U 106831, U 114073, U 114080, 
U 114082, U 114231, U 114233, U 114679, 
U 116606, U 116639, U 116651, U 116652, 
U 116654. U 116799, U 116800, U 116944, 
U 116971. (H 127628-127642, 127644- 
127651, 127653-127661, Mav 27, 1909.) 



Underwood & Underwood — Continued. 

U 48507, U 97620, U 114571, U 

116608, U 116818, U 116909, U 117008, 
U 117009, U 117013, U 117027, U 117031, 
U 117032, U 117080, U 117081, U 117082, 
IT 117086, U 117121, U 117122, U 117123, 
U 117124. (H 127835-127854, June 1, 
1909.) 

U 27556, U 27824, U 27893, U 

32085, U 33881, U 34346, U 83945, U 
H6679, U 116689, U 116718, U 116743, 
U 116769, U 116776, U 116784, U 116845, 
U 116861, U 116979, U 116987, U 116996, 
U 116997, U 117007, U 117077. (H 
127909-127930, June 2, 1909.) 

United States lithograph co.. Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [16548-16552 

[Posters] 12037, 12050, 12106. (G 
21535-21537, May 7, 1909.) 

— 12119. ( G 21554, May 10, 1909. ) 

12113. ( G 21580, May 15, 1909. ) 

Van Bradt (Elman O.), Denver, Colo. 

[16553 

Who was the mother of Moses? (F 
76715, May 3, 1909.) 
Yilmer (William E.), Crown Point, 
Ind. [16554 

Hill-side (The) (H 126782, May 10, 
1909.) 

Vitagraph co. of America, New York, 
N. Y. [16555-16568 

Bridget on strike. (H 126776, May 
10. 1909.) 

Caught at last. (H 127353, May 22, 
1909.) 

Emptv sleeve. (H 127350, May 22, 
1909. ) 

Foundling (The) (H 127598, May 
26, 1909.) 

Friend in need is a friend indeed. 
(H 126780, May 10, 1909.) 

He couldn't dance, but he learned. 
(H 127351, May 22, 1909.) 

Jephthah's daughter. (H 126773, 
May 10, 1909.) 

Judgment of Solomon. (H 126779, 
May 10, 1909.) 

Mr. Physical Culture's surprise 
party. (H 127352, May 22, 1909.) 

Oliver Twist. (H 126775, May 10, 
1909.) 

Oriental mystic. (H 126774, May 
10, 1909.) 

Romance of old Mexico. (H 127597, 
May 26, 1909.) 

Teddy in Jungleland. (H 126778, 
May 10, 1909.) 

Truer lover. (H 126777, May 10, 
1909.) 



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16569 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Wager (Frank E.), Burlington, Vt. 

[16569, 16570 

Independent order of foresters, Bur- 
lington, Vt. (H 127000, May 14, 1909.) 

Sons of veterans and ladies relief 
corps delegation, Burlington, Vt. (H 
127001, May 14, 1909.) 

Waldrop photographic co., Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. [12 prints] 

[16571-16582 
La Marina [at] San Juan. 1, 2. — 
Las Palmas; near San Juan. — Bow of 
pickaninnies. — San Juan. 1-5. — San- 
turce, near San Juan. 1, 2. — Shelter- 
ing palm. (F 76120-76131, May 30, 
1909; 2 c. of each May 26, 1909.) 

Warren (W. Harold), Asbury Park, 
N. J. [16583 

Head loop receptor. (H 127756, 
May 29, 1909; 2 c. May 5, 1909.) 

Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 111. 

[16584-16592 

Fort H. G. Wright, N. Y. 1-3.— 

Fort Terry, N. Y. 1-6. (H 127136. 

127138-127145, May 17, 1909; 2 c. of 

each June 7, 1909.) 

Waters (R. J.) aerial photograph 
co., San Francisco, Cal. [16593 
Oakland, Cal. (H 127802. June 1, 
1909. 

Watts (Mrs. G. F.), Coinpton Lane, 

England. [16594 

Sir Galahad; after G. F. Watts. (F 

75710, Apr. 16, 1909 ; 2 c. Apr. 21, 1909.) 

Webster (C. B.) & co., Boston, Mass. 
[16595-16597 

Concord, Mass. D. A. R. Chapter 
House. Living room, A, B. (F 76437, 
76438, May 11, 1909.) 

Evening prayer. (F 77242, June 5, 
1909.) 

Weisgerher (Charles H), Washing- 
ton, D. C. [16598 
Home of Francis Scott Key. (F 
76624, May 15, 1909.) 

Wellman (Walter), New York, N. Y. 

[16599-16614 

Life's little tragedies, in three acts. 

1-16. (F 76456-76471. Apr. 22. 1909; 

2 c. of each May 12, 1909.) 

Welsh (Nicholas H.), Decatur. 111. 

[16615 
Decatur, 111., First United Brethren 
church. (H 126298, May 13. 1909.) 



Wessler (Hugo), New York, N. Y. 
[48 chromos] [16616-16663 

If I dared. — Lips of cherry. — Music 
of your voice. — Only say. — Will you, 
won't you. — Will you confess. (G 
21666-21671, May 20, 1909.) 

Admiration. — Anticipation. — Cupid 
being asked one day. — Cupid broke my 
heart in two. — Cupid has no time to 
waste. — Cupid plucked a cherry red. — 
Cupid sent his piercing dart. — Dan 
Cupid badly wants to know. — Each 
message bears my love divine. — Ex- 
pectation. — From a true heart to my 
valentine.— Heart free from care to my 
valentine. — Here's to you my valen- 
tine. — In cottage lonely. — Inclination. — 
Let Cupid in you heart enshrine. — 
Name the day sweet valentine. — Obser- 
vation. — Realization. — Song from the 
heart to my valentine. — There's no 
escape sweet valentine. — When tulips 
a heart entwine. — Winning heart to 
my valentine. — You auto be mine own 
valentine. (G 21677-21700. May 22, 
1909.) 

Best wishes. — Birthday greetings. — 
Congratulations. — Fond remem- 
b ranee s. — Forget-me-not. — F r o m a 
friend. — Hearty greeting. — I adore my 
valentine. — Message of love to my val- 
entine. — My heart's message sweet val- 
entine. — My valentine I greet thee. — 
To greet you. — To greet you, no golden 
words. — To my valentine. — With best 
wishes. — With my love. — With re- 
cards. — Your charming graces. (G 
21740-21757, June 1, 1909.) 
West coast art co.. inc., Los Angeles, 
Cal. [16664-16669 

Globe. Ariz. 1. (H 127263. May 19, 
1909 ; 2 c. May 20, 1909. ) 

2. (H 127264, May 19, 1909; 2 

c. May 24, 1909.) 

Miami offices and town. (H 127899, 
June 1, 1909.) 

Miami shafts. (H 127900. June 1, 
1909.) 

Miami valley and camp. (H 127901, 
June 1, 1909.) 

Warrior mining co. (H 127902, June 
1, 1909.) 

Westermaxx (Anna Burnham), New 
York, N. Y. [16670-16672 

Dolly. (F 76796, May 21, 1909.) 

Elizabeth. (F 76939, May 26, 1909.) 

Esther. (F 76940, May 26, 1909.) 

Western anx (L. A.), co.. New York, 
N. Y. [16673 

Snow queen. (F 77196. June 4, 
1909. ) 



246 



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nos. 22-25. June, 1909 



16772 



Westing house electric & mfg. co.. 
Pittsburg, Fa. [7 photographs.] 

[1G674-166S0 
Coolness in every particular. — En- 
joying the breeze. — Fine for press- 
ing. — Good for traveling. — Makes sew- 
ing easy. — Movable. — Nice and brown. 
(H 127146-127152, May 17. 1909.) 

Wheeler (De Witt C.)j inc.. New 
York. X. Y. [166S1-16693 

Take rne up with you dearie. 4-16. 
(H 127461-127473. May 24, 1909.) 

White (H. C.) co.. North Bennington, 
Vt [16694-16696 

Champagne, three year old black 
Percheron stallion. 6226. (H 126678, 
May 6, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y.. Metropolitan build- 
ing, uncompleted tower. 99. (H 
126679. May 6, 1909.) 

Red shouldered hawk: nest and 
young. 62S5. CH 126680. May 6, 
1909. ) 

White ( Luther S.). New York, N. Y. 
["16697-16710 

Lambs gambol. 1-10. (H 127678- 
1276S7. May 27, 1909.) 

11, 12. (H 127856. 127857, 

June 1, 1909.) 

13, 14. (H 127948, 127949, 

June 2. 1909.) 

Whitman studio. Maiden, Mass. 

[16711-16720 
Keller (Helen) 1-10. (H 127974- 
1279S3, June 3, 1909.) 

Whitmore (C. M. ). North Adams, 

Mass. [16721 

Invitation in verse form for old 

home week. (H 126743, May 7, 1909.) 

Williams (J. J.), Honolulu, Hawaii. 
[7 photographs] [16722-16728 

Fort Shatter.— Mirror (The).— Off 
Honolulu harbor. — Poinciana tree. — 
Surf board rider. — Surf riding. — Surf- 
ing at Waikiki. CH 128009-128015, 
June 4, 1909.) 

Williams (L. F.), Spirit Lake, Iowa. 
[12 photographs.] [16729-16740 

Early start. (H 126938, May 13, 
1909. 

Big Four. — Des Moines beach. — 
Hay wards bay. — Now for the sail 
race. — Okob j i. — Omaha beach. — Pikes 
point, Club house. 1, 2. — Pocahontas 
point.— Sail race.— Whew. (H 1266S9- 
126699, May 6, 1909.) 



Williams (O. D.), Boston, Mass. 

[16741-16758 

Ask and you shall receive. (F 76801, 
May 21, 1909.) 

Boston baseball series. 101-112. (F 
76881-76892, May 24, 1909.) 

Every day cut a little ice. (F 
76990, May 15, 1909.) 

Higher you go, the better the view. 
(F 76802, May 21, 1909.) 

I was green once myself. (F 76989, 
May 15, 1909.) 

Lot of buzzing and nothing doing. 
(F 76803, May 21, 1909.) 

Recipe for trouble. (F 76991, May 
15, 1909.) 

Wilton - Cooke - Martin realty co.. 
ltd., Emmett, Idaho. [16759 

Apricots. (H 127600, May 26, 
1909.) 

Winter (Fred), New York, N. Y. 

[16760 
Bill of fare, Consumers Park hotel 
and cafe. (G 21728, May 19, 1909; 2 
c. May 27, 1909.) 

Winter & Pond co., inc., Juneau, 

Alaska. [16761-16763 

Sons and daughters of '87 pioneers, 

I, 2. (H 126712, 126713, May 7, 1909.) 
'87 pioneer. (H 126714, May 7, 

1909.) 

Wires (William M.), Lynn, Mass. 

[16764 
Aborn (James E.) (H 126884, May 

II, 1909; 2 c. May 3, 1909.) 

Wischmeyer (Philip), Ozette, Wash. 
[3 photographs] [16765-16767 

Dad of Ozette lake. — Forest scenery 
"on the Umbrella river. — Shelter in 
the time of storm. (H 126484-126486, 
May 4, 1909; 2 c. of each May 10, 
1909.) 

Wolf (Geo. A.), Wilmington, Del. 

[16768 
Dupont building. (F 77040, June 1, 
1909.) 

Wood (Harry), New York, N. Y. 

[16760-16772 

Intellectual pup. (F 76385, May 10, 
1909; 2 c. May 12, 1909.) 

(F 76683, May 17, 1909; 



May 19, 1909.) 
(F 76866, 

May 26, 1909.) 
(F 77039, 

June 2, 1909.) 



May 24, 1909; 
June 1, 1909; 



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16773 




pt. iv. n. s.. v. 1 


Wood (Otis F.), New York, N. Y. 




Wood (Oris F.) — Continued. 


[16773-16792 


(F 76861. May 22, 1909.) 


Bub, lie's always to blame. 


(F 


(F 76997, May 28, 1909.) 


76357, May 8, 1909.) 




Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 


(F 766S9, May 17, 1909.) 




(F 7635S, May 8, 1909.) 


(F 76S58, May 22, 1909.) 




(F 76690, May 17, 1909.) 


(F 76995, May 28, 1909.) 




(F 76859, May 22, 1909.) 


Sauibo and his funnv noises. 


(F 


(F 76991, May 28, 1909.) 


76356, May 8, 1909.) 






(F 76688, May 17, 1909.) 




Weight (Francis L.), St. Paul. Minn. 

[16793 


(F 76857, May 22, 1909.) 




Horse with a tail where his head 


(F 76993, May 28, 1909.) 




ought to be. (H 127377. May 22, 1909.) 


Things as they ought to be. 


(F 


Weight & Goodies, Wilkesbarre, Pa. 


76359, May 8, 1909.) 




[16794, 16795 


(F 76691, May 17, 1909.) 




G. Y. Concordia, Wilkes-Barre at 


(F 76S60, May 22, 1909.) 




New York Sangerfest. 1, 2. (H 
127027, 12702S, May 15, 1909.) 


(F 76996, May 28, 1909.) 




Zimmeemax (L. M.), Baltimore, Md. 


Those ridiculous questions. 


(F 


[16796 


76360, May 8, 1909.) 




Dot. (F 76448, May 4, 1909; 2 c. 


(F 76692, May 17, 1909.) 




May 19, 1909. ) 



.Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Catalogue 

since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts and Prints, completed by deposit- 5, 619 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs, completed by deposit 1, 261 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit S, 081 



248 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is ahbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 
been received on the day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, 
would read : " Copyright by M. Adelsperger, Chicago. 111. Class I, XXc, no. 29737, 
Mav 15. 1909 : 1 photograph received May 15, 1909." 



Adelsperger (M.), Chicago, 111. 

[16797 
O. B joyful. Statuette, small seated 
figure of a tramp enveloped iu a shawl. 
(I 29737, May 15, 1909.) 

Adles (L.) & bros. co., New York. 
X. Y. [16798,16799 

Fall days. Two young men, one 
seated, the other standing. (I 30019, 
June 2, 1909.) 

Sporting days. Two young men 
standing, crowd in background. (I 
30018, June 2, 1909.) 

American lithographic co., New York, 
N. Y. [16800-16803 

Hot or cold 384SS. Two bottles, be- 
side one a cup filled with some hot 
liquid, beside the other a glass of cold 
liquid. (I 29771, May 20, 1909.) 

What the tea leaves told. An old 
colored woman seated opposite a little 
girl whose fortune she is telling out 
of a cup. (I 29752, May 17, 1909.) 

Wonderful fortune. Little girl and 
an old colored woman, the latter read- 
ing the girl's palm. (I 29751, May 17, 
1909.) 

Yetiva. Young woman, hair falling 
in curls about her neck. (I 29770. 
May 20, 1909.) 

Aroxson (Louis Y.), Newark, N. J. 

[16804, 16805 

Gobbo — the god of good luck. Bank 
statue, of the ancient Peruvians in a 
sitting position on a cushion. (I 
29779, May 21, 1909.) 

I'm Gobbo — god of good luck. 
Ancient Peruvian in a sitting position, 
with legs crossed. (I 29778, May 21, 
1909.) 

Asbjornsen (Sigvald), Chicago, 111. 

[16806 
On guard. Model, a Confederate 
soldier, right hand holding rifle, rest- 
ing on ground. (I 30009, June 7, 
1909.) 



Barxes-Crosby co., Chicago, 111. 

[16807, 16808 

Come on in. Nude boy, right hand 
in air, fingers extended. (I 29748, 
May 17, 1909.) 

Hunter boy. Boy holding a gun, 
short-tailed dog smelling ground. (I 
29747, May 17, 1909.) 

Bartoo (C. R.), New York, N. Y. 

[16809 

Portrait (A). Young lady seated, 
one arm resting on arm of chair, even- 
ing gown, large hat. (I 29797, May 
24, 1909.) 
Beaux (Cecilia), Gloucester, Mass. 

[16810 

Gilder (Richard Watson). Portrait. 
Mr. Gilder in cloak, leaning on mantle- 
piece. (I 29660, Apr. 29, 1909.) 
Bexeker (Gerrit A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[16811 

Laying the keel of a battleship. 
Heavy-set man riveting with an auto- 
matic hammer. (I 29757, May 17, 
1909.) 

Bentheim (Charles), Charlotte, N. C. 

[16812 

Presidential Mecklenburg declara- 
tion of independence. Paper weight, 
with bead of President Taft, done in 
high relief. (I 29837, May 27, 1909.) 
Berry realty co., New York, N. Y. 

[16813 

New York. Greater New York, 
showing western end of Long Island. 
(I 29756, May 15, 1909.) 
Billiken co., Chicago, 111. [16814 

Billiken. Small figure with laugh- 
ing face, hair brushed back from fore- 
head. (I 29S72, June 1, 1909; 1 photo 
Apr. 16, 1909. 

Birxey (W. Yerpi.anck), New York, 
N. Y. [16815-16817 

Knotty question. Panelled room, 
fireplace, two men, the one to the right 
smoking a long pipe. (I 29781, May 
21,1909.) 



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1681$ 



Ot. iv. u. s.. v. 4 



Birney (W. Verplanck) — Continued. 

Old old verso. Interior, two figures, 
man and woman, woman seated before 
fire, man standing behind her. 1,1 
20823. May 27. 1900.) 

Young squire. Interior, man stretched 
out in chair before fire smoking long 
pipe. I L 29824, May 27. 1900.) 

Blashfeld (Edwin Howland), New 
York. N. Y. [16818 

Justice. The law symbolized by a 
seated female figure, she plants her 
sword in the face of the evil-doers. ( I 
29990. June 3. 1909.) 

Bonte i Charles E.L New York, N. Y. 

[16818* 
Flunk chaser, the college cat. Smil- 
ing cat seated on oblong base. (I 
29362, Apr. 26. 1909: 1 photo May 3. 
1909.) 

Both (William C), Chicago, 111. 

[16819 
American idol. Statue, football 
player seated on bench, right arm rest- 
ing on bench. (I 29856. May 28. 1909.) 

Braun. Clement & co.. Paris. France. 
[16820-16822 

Corde (La) eassee: by Eugen Deully. 
Woodland scene, showing festival, lady 
falling from a broken swine. (I 
29791. May 22. 1900.) 

Napoleon apres la bataille; by Ray- 
mond Desvarreux. In center Napoleon 
on white horse looking toward army to 
left. (I 29789. May 22, 1909.) 

Soir de fete, by L. A. Tessier. Two 
female figures in a row boat, garlands 
of flowers surrounding boat. (I 29790. 
May 22. 1909. i 

Brelker & Kessler, Philadelphia. Pa. 
[16823-16837 

Girl in evening gown, showing face 
in profile. 225. (I 29726. May 15, 
1909.) 

Girl in evening gown wearing hat 
raising skirt. 211. (I 29723. May 15, 
1909.) 

Girl in evening gown with shawl 
over her shoulders. 224. (I 25725. 
May 15, 1909.) 

Girl seated at piano, jardinere con- 
taining flowers beside piano. 265. (I 
29734. May 15. 1909.) 

Girl seated at small table pourins: 
out tea. 208. (I 29722, May 15. 1909.) 

Girl seated on chair and leaning 
over back of it, flowers in left hand. 
214. (I 29724. May 15, 1909.) 



Prelker & Kessler — Continued. 

Girl seated on chair with arms rest- 
ing on its back, rose in left hand. 
227. (I 29727, May 15, 1909.) 

Girl wearing evening gown, head 
looking over right shoulder. 241. (I 
29729. May 15, 1909.) 

Girl wearing hat and suspender 
gown, head inclined to right. 273. (I 
29736, May 15, 1909.) 

Girl with head looking over left 
shoulder. 244. (I 29732, May 15. 
1909.) 

Girl with head looking over right 
shoulder, with smiling face. 240 
(I 29728, May 15, 1909.) 

Girl with smiling face and hair tied 
with ribbon. 245. (I 29733, May 15, 
1909.) 

Girl's head with chin resting on left 
hand. 242. (I 29731, May 15, 1909.) 

Girl's head with hat and automobile 
veil. 238. (I 29730, May 15, 1909.) 

Little boy feeding chickens, dog in 
rear watching. 267. (I 29735, Mav 

15. 1909.) 

Carlson (Peter Christian), Salt 
Lake City, Utah. [16838, 16839 

Smith (Joseph). Bust. (I 29821, 
May 25, 1909.) 

Young (Brigham). Bust. (129820, 
May 25, 1909.) 

Chapman (Carlton T.), New York, 
N. Y. [16840 

Fight between the Bonhomme Rich- 
ard and Serapis. Three-quarter bow 
view of Serapis, beyond the bow is the 
Bonhomme Richard. (I 29767, May 
19. 1909.) 

Chialiva (Luigi), Paris. France. 

[16S41 
Besse en chaudesse. On a hill shep- 
herd girl stands knitting, surrounded 
by sheep, lambs and a dog. (I 29878. 
June 2. 1909.) 

Cobb (Darius), Boston. Mass. [16842 

Last comrade at the final decoration. 
An aged soldier stands alone at his 
comrade's grave. (I 29792, May 19, 
1909; 1 photo May 22, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New York, 
N. Y. [16S43-16S47 

Baseball season opens; by Charles 
Pana Gibson. A man, two yonng boys 
and a girl seated in a row. (I 29713. 
May 13, 1909.) 



250 



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nos. 22-25, June, 1909 



168S2 



Collier (P. F.) & son — Continued. 

Chimera-Belleroplion watching by 
the fountain : by Maxfield Parrish. 
Vista of rocky heights, a classic temple 
half hidden among the trees. (I 
29712, May 13, 1909.) 

La-crosse; by Edward Penfield. 
Young chap in trunks and sweater 
holding a la-crosse stick. (I 29714, 
May 13, 1909.) 

North, East, South and West; by 
Charles Dana Gibson. Four veterans 
of the Civil war on parade. (I 29819, 
May 26, 1909.) 

Saturday afternoon ; by Charles 
Dana Gibson. Crowd of young people, 
they all look eager and expectant and 
some are waving their hands. (I 
29991, June 3, 1909.) 
Crowell pl t b. co.. New York, N. Y. 

[16S48 

Making Old Glory, by John Edwin 
Jackson. Poster drawing. (I 29762, 
May 19, 1909.) 
Daprato statuary co., Chicago, 111. 

[16849-16851 

Altar used in Roman Catholic 
churches. Gothic architecture, large 
niche in center. (I 30001, June 5, 
1909.) 

Altar used in Roman Catholic 
churches. Roman architecture, large 
niche in center. (I 30002, June 5, 
1909. ) 

Gothic altar. Large turret rising up 

from the middle and a smaller one on 

either end. (I 29822, May 27, 1909.) 

De Camp (Ralph E.), Helena, Mont. 

[16852, 16S53 

Daybreak. Through a rift in dark 
cloud masses, bursts the dawn. (I 
29858, May 28, 1909.) 

Morning call. Bull elk in fore- 
ground, below in middle distance a 
mountain lake. (I 29859, May 28, 
1909.) 

Dodge (Phelps) & co., New York, 
N. Y. [16854 

Rat terrier dog, long hair, long eared 
in a half reclining position. (I 29862, 
May 29, 1909.) 

Dubuque altar mfg. co., Dubuque, 
Iowa. [16855-16858 

Gothic baptismal font. 1543. (I 
29772. May 20, 1909.) 

Gothic confessional. 1544 
May 20, 1909.) 

Gothic main altar. 1537. 
May 20, 1909. 

Roman main altar. 1552. 
May 20, 1909.) 



88280—09- 



(I 29775 
(I 29773 
(I 29774 : 



Esgen (Elizabeth Johnson), Los 
Angeles, Cal. [16859 

Neck and head of a donkey which 
rests upon an elongated pedestal. (I 
29873, June 1, 1909.) 
F aught (Geo. N.)» Boston, Mass. 

[16S60, 16861 

Bunker Hill monument. Bas-relief, 
view from south. (I 29766, May 19, 
1909. ) 

Longfellow, home of. Bas-relief 
view from s. e. (I 29765, Mav 19, 
1909.) 

Fisher (Marjorie Aborn), Gunnison, 
Colo. [16862, 16863 

Cotton-tail rabbit. Life size cotton- 
tail rabbit hung by left hind leg. (I 
29750, May 17, 1909.) 

Coyote. Life size coyote hung by 

left hind leg. (I 29749, May 17, 1909.) 

Folger (James Walter), Nantucket. 

Mass. [16864 

Brant Point, entrance to the harbor 
of Nantucket, Mass. View showing 
ship yards on left. (I 29719, May 14. 
3909.) 
Fontan (P.), Chicago, 111. [16865 

Spring. Statue of nude lady, stand- 
ing heavily on her right foot, holds 
small bunch of flowers. (I 29721, May 
15, 1909.) 
Frederickson co., Chicago, 111. 

[16866, 16867 

Summit (The) ; by E. S. Hinton. 
An American Indian standing upon a 
pinnacle of rock surrounded by moun- 
tain peaks. (1 29739, May 17, 1909.) 

Toast to the new day; by Alfred 
Lenz. A draped female figure in bas- 
relief holding calla lily. (I 29740, 
May 17. 1909.) 

Friend bros. clothing co., Milwaukee. 
Wis. [16868-16879 

Fashion portraits illustrating men's 
clothing. 1-12. (I 29700-29711. May 
13, 1909.) 

Gibson (Murray), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[16880-16882 

American miner, Science and Indus- 
try. A miner with pick, female hold- 
ing torch, female holding a balance 
scale. (I 29864, May 29, 1909.) 

Commerce, Agriculture and Banking. 
Mercury seated, female figure seated 
and holding a globe, female figure sit- 
ting with sheaves of grain. (I 29865, 
May 29, 1909.) 

Mechanics and manufacturing. Fig- 
ure seated with hand resting on ham- 
: , mer, while to the right is a standing 
figure. (I 29S63, May 29, 1909.) 

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16SS3 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



Hanfstaengl (Franz). Munich, Ger- 
many. [16883-16886 

Early Britons; by Carton Moore 
Park. Men and women following their 
various occupations. (I 29S70, June 
1, 1909.) 

Robin Hood in Sherwood forest; by 
Carton Moore Park. Scene in Sher- 
wood forest. (I 29869, June 1, 1909.) 

Savannah (The) ; by L. Campbell 
Taylor. In foreground a number of 
people on barges and boats. (I 29868, 
June 1, 1909.) 

Stephenson's Rocket: by L. Camp- 
bell Taylor. First locomotive built by 
Stephenson, the engine is about to 
start. (I 29871, June 1, 1909.) 

Haease (H). Los Angeles, Cal. 

[16887 
Shinbi. Nude figure of a Japanese 
woman, hair falling over shoulders. 
(I 30006, Apr. 12, 1909.) 

Hartley (Jonathan Scott L New 
York, N. Y. [16888 

Joyous fountain. Statue of laugh- 
ing child, holding up in each hand a 
turtle. (I 29805. May 25, 1909.) 

Henning (C. TV.). Milwaukee, TYis. 

[16889 
American beauty. Female figure, 
hands clasped behind the back. (I 
29794, May 22, 1909.) 

Heywood (L. E.), Seattle, TVash. 

[16890 
Pioneer square and totem pole, Se- 
attle, TVash. Modelled design in relief. 
(I 30012, June 8. 1909.) 

Hintermeister (J. Hy. ) , Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [16891 

King of the Rockies. Elk, mounting 
a rock, his front feet are almost to- 
gether. (I 29803, May 25, 1909.) 

Hirschberg (Alice), Buffalo. N. Y. 

[16892 
Caress (A). Woman kneeling by a 
chair, in which sits a baby. (I 30011, 
June 7, 1909.) 

Hobby (Carl F.), Iowa Citv, Iowa. 

[16893 

Jimmy. Shamrock on the lapel of 

the coat. Jimmy printed in white 

lettering. (I 29783, May 10, 1909; 1 

photo May 21, 1909.) 

Hoke engraving co., St. Louis. Mo. 

[16894 
St. Louis, to the front. Twenty-four 
locomotives radiating from a central 
point. (I 30008, June 5, 1909.) 



PIouse (Jno. TV.) and Paxson (M.O.). 
Abbeville, Ga. [16895 

Morning of life, which road will 
they take? Two boys at the parting 
of the roads, one of which leads to a 
saloon. (I 29753, May 17, 1909.) 

Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, Cal. 

[16896-16898 

Basket baby 339. Indian baby sit- 
ting in carrying basket, dog lying on 
the ground. (I 29744, May 17, 1909.) 

Canvas 337. Little Indian girl in 
trouble with cat and dog, she is hold- 
ing the cat, while the dog pulls at her 
dress. (I 29745, May 17, 1909.) 

Lonely fireside 338. Indian woman 
sitting by a little camp fire at the door 
of her brush hut. (I 29746, May 17, 
1909.) 

Hudson river day line. New York, 
N. Y. [16899-16911 

Albany in 1809: by V. H. Bailey. 
Town with river in foreground, groups 
of small boats are lving along the 
shore. (I 29811, May 25, 1909; 1 
photo May 22, 1909.) 

Catskill mountains from Clermont 
on the Hudson; by S. W. Stanton. A 
river view showing two trees, a rocky 
shore, a wharf and one mast vessel. 
(I 29S09, May 25, 1909; 1 photo May 
22, 1909.) 

Celebration of the opening of Erie 
canal, Albany, Nov. 3, 1825; by S. W. 
Stanton. River view showing in back- 
ground hills and on the water various 
boats. (I 29806, May 25, 1909; 1 
photo May 22, 1909.) 

Clermont, the home of Chancellor 
Livingston ; by V. H. Bailey. Two- 
story house with small one-story addi- 
tion at right hand, a small porch being 
in front. (I 29814, May 25, 1909; 1 
photo May 22, 1909.) 

Departure from New York of Robert 
Fulton's steamboat Clermont on her 
first voyage to Albany, Aug. 17, 1809: 
by S. TV. Stanton. A harbor view, 
showing New York water-front. (I 
29867, May 29, 1909.) 

Early view of Hudson and the cats 
kills, by V. H. Bailey. A view over- 
looking town, beyond the town is seen 
the Hudson. (I 29812, May 25, 1909; 
1 photo May 22, 1909.) 

Early view of Rondout from Rond- 
out creek ; by V. H. Bailey. The town 
on waters edge, a creek in front, hills 
behind. (I 29833, May 25, 1909; 1 
photo May 22, 1909.) 



252 



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nos. 22-25. June, 1909 



16941 



Hudson rivee day line — Continued. 

Hudson river above the city of Hud- 
son : by S. W. Stanton. River view 
showing city of Hudson, distant hills 
of western shore. (I 29S07. May 25, 
1909; 1 photo May 22, 1909.) 

New York, city in 1S09 : by V. H. 
Bailey. Manhattan island with houses 
thereon. Hudson river with vessel. (I 
29810, Mav 25. 1909: 1 photo May 22. 
1909.) 

Rip Van Winkle meets Hendrick 
Hudson and his phantom crew in the 
Catskill mountains: by R. A. Weed. 
Rip Van Winkle in a tattered suit his 
sun in hand L r azhi£ at Hudson. (I 
29S66, May 29. 1909.) 

Robinson (Beverly) house, head- 
quarters of Benedict Arnold : by V. H. 
Bailey. House having three brick 
chimnevs and porches, trees surround 
it. <I*29S15. May 25. 1909: 1 photo 
May 22. 1909. 

Southern gate of Hudson Highlands ; 
by S. W. Stanton. Hudson river show- 
ing the Dunderberg to left, Anthony's 
Nose to right. (I 2980S, May 25, 1909 ; 
1 photo May 22, 1909. 

Van Rensselaer (Killian) manor 
house, Fort Crailio, Rensselaer : by 
V. H. Bailey. House has nine win- 
dows, three additional windows in 
sloping roof, in front is a picket fence. 
(I 29816, Mav 25. 1909: 1 photo May 
22. 1909.) 

Imhoff (Berthold). Reading. Pa. 

[16912 

Institution of Blessed Sacrament. 

Descriptive of God the Father. Son 

and Holy Ghost. (I 29793, Mav 21. 

1909; 1 photo May 13. 1909.) 

International art pub. co.. New York, 
N. Y. [16913-16924 

[New Year series] 1-12. (I 29825- 
29836. May 27. 1909.) 

Johnson (F. R.). Seattle. Wash. 

[16925. 16926 

Alphabet of faith. Letters of the 
alphabet with ornamented borders and 
medallions of sacred subjects. (I 
29785, May 20, 1909.) 

Alphabet of patriotism. All of the 
letters of the alphabet embellished in 
script style. (I 29784, May 20, 1909.) 

Kaufmann & Strauss co.. New York, 

N. Y. [16927, 16928 

Our favorite. Young lady wearing 

long coat, holding glass. (I 30000. 

June 5, 1909.) 



Kaufmann & Strauss co. — Continued. 

Wayside inn ; by Anton Von Buest. 
Four Revolutionary soldiers stopping 
at an inn. three of whom are seated 
under a tree. 1 1 29696, May 12, 1909.) 
Kobler (Albert J.), New York, N. Y. 

[16929 

Adams (Maud) as Joan of Arc; by 
Alfons M. Mucha. Female figure in 
antique costume of French peasant. 
(I 29615, May 6. 1909.) 

Kratina (Joseph). New York, N. Y. 

[16930 
Vase or urn. Two female figures 
facing each other with uplifted hands. 
(I 29S60, May 28, 1909.) 

Kuhlen (Bernard). Muncken-Glad- 
bach, Germany. [16931 

Glory of the Holy Ghost. A soaring 
dove, surrounded by the symbols of 
the four Evangelists. (I 29S02, May 
24, 1909.) 
Lamasure (E.), Washington. D. C. 

[16932 

Springtime. Landscape after rain- 
storm, a small stream. (I 30013, June 
S, 1909.) 

Lawler (William V.). New York, 
N. Y. [16933 

Bwana Tumbo. Hunter, sitting posi- 
tion wearing khaky uniform, slouch 
hat. (I 29720. Mav 15, 1909; 1 photo 
May 20, 1909.) 

Layton. Smith & Hawk, Oklahoma 

City, Okla. [16934 

I. O. O. F. building. Composed of 

five stories of classical design. (I 

29796. May 22, 1909.) 

Le Vasseur & co., Paris, France. 

[16935 
Quand les feuilles tombent-Bruges ; 
par Frank Spenlove-Spenlove. Au- 
tumnal scene in the city of Bruges, a 
canal, in center of picture appears an 
old woman. (I 29743, May 17, 1909.) 

Levy (Leon), New York, N. Y. 

[16936 
I love my wife. A stage on which a 
dancer is performing. (I 29838, May 
27, 1909.) 

Life pub. co.. New York, N. Y. 

[16937-16942 

But the view is worth something ; 
by Orson Lowell. (I 29759, May 18, 
1909.) 

Income tax ; Senator Root pleads for 
our already overtaxed rich. Root in 
foreground, behind him a crowd of 
financiers in ragged attire. (I 30015, 
June S, 1909.) 



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16943 



pt. iv, 11. s., v. 4 



Life pub. co. — Continued. 

Invulnerable. Cupid on bands and 
knees witb inucb interest in a skull. 
(I 30016, June S, 1909.) 

Oh ! Jack your watch must be fast. 
Young couple sitting in the dark, he 
has lighted a match and is looking at 
watch. (I 30017, June 8, 1909.) 

Suburbanites at a city party; by 
Orson Lowell. An evening party, 
many of the guests are looking at 
their watches. (I 29877, June 1, 
1909.) 

U. S. senate: Who are you, anyway? 
by Win. H. Walker. Uncle Sam 
knocked out completely by the U. S. 
senate, represented by the Interests 
of the people. (I 29795. May 22, 1909 ; 
1 photo May 29, 1909.) 

Littig (W. T.) & co., New York. N. Y. 

[16943 
Birmingham school. Birds eye view. 
(I 29861, May 28, 1909.) 

Low (Will H.). Bronxville, N. Y. 

[16944 

Prosperity under the law. Valley, 

through which flows a placid river, 

symbolic figures. (I 29996, June 4, 

1909.) 

Mandel brothers, Chicago, 111. [16945 
Bride (The) Woman representing 
a bride seated at table. (I 29786. 
May 21, 1909.) 

Martin (Henry A.). Ambler, Pa. 

[16946 
Half moon. Ship is under full sail 
and is towing a small lifeboat. (I 
29697, May 12, 1909.) 

Maskrey (Ada), Eleanor, 111. [16947 
Stork and Teddy bear. Stork was 
not living up to its requirements, 
therefore Teddy bear has usurped its 
place. (I 29993, June 4, 1909. 

Mastbaum & Fleisher, Philadelphia, 

Pa. [16948 

Pot-luck; by Ben Austrian. Three 

pups looking at a dish filled with soup. 

(I 29687, May 10, 1909.) 

Mitchell (Eva B.), Riverside, 111. 

[16949 
Frolic (The). Statue, a laughing 
barefoot girl with laughing babv on 
her back. (I 29857, May 28, 1909.) 

Morris & co., Chicago, 111. [16950 

Morris big six. Six horse team of 
Clydedales cutting the figure eight. 
(I 29876, June 1, 1909.) 



Murphy (Thos. D.) co.. Red Oak. 
Iowa. [16951-16956 

King Arthur's castle ; by Thos. 
Moran. Sea extends toward center of 
picture, high up on the cliffs the ruins 
of an old castle. (I 29688, May 10, 
1909.) 

Open book, by J. Ross Bryson. 
Young lady in low-necked dress, hands 
clasped on open book in her lap. (I 
29764, May 19, 1909.) 

Roses. On a table is a pitcher full 
of roses. (I 29698, May 13, 1909.) 

Sunset on the Grand Canal, Venice. 
Venetian sunset scene, boats at left, 
gondolas at right. (I 29699, May 13, 
1909.) 

Vicar's daughter, by J. Ross Bryson. 
Young woman in light dress; hands 
clasped in front : beads and flowers 
woven into her hair. (I 29763, May 
19, 1909.) 

Worcestershire common, by B. W. 
Leader. Landscape; open space at 
right; row of thatched roof cottages at 
left with road in front. (I 29760, May 
19, 1909.) 

Needham (C. Austin), New York, 
N. Y. [16957 

Bowler (The). Statuette of a man 
standing in the first position of bowl- 
ing. (I 29758, May 18, 1909.) 
Nevius (Henry M.). Red Bank, X. J. 

[1695S 
Lincoln centennial medal of the 
Grand Army of the Republic. Abra- 
ham Lincoln in bas-relief surrounded 
with motto. Reverse of medal bears 
wreath of laurel. (I 29693, May 11. 
1909.) 
Xotter (Florence L.), Chicago. 111. 

[16959 
Girl or the dollar, which? Head of 
an American girl in the center of a 
large coin. (I 29995, June 4, 1909.) 
Oplinger (Elwood Ervin), Allentown. 
Pa. [16960 

Catalogue cover. A work of Corinth- 
ian architecture surmounted by two 
l^rce columns. (I 29717, May 14, 
1909.) 

Platt iron works co., Dayton, Ohio. 
[16961-16963 
Hydro-pumping station 39375. Side 
elevation and top view of a direct-act- 
ing piston pump. (I 2978S, May 21, 
1909.) 

Proposed hydro-pumping station for 
the city of Wilmington, Del. 39350. 
Side and end elevations, also top plan 
view of the water-end of a pumping 
installation. (I 297S7, May 21, 1909.) 



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Platt iron works co. — Continued. 

Victor turbine for Hydro-electric co. 
No. 20052. Three different views for 
specially designed unit, comprising a 
generator, turbine and governor. (I 
2971S, May 14. 1909.) 

Potter (Louis). New York, N. Y. 

[16964 
When He comes. Figure of Jesus 
floating in light clouds. (I 30010, June 
7, 1909.) 

Prasuhn (John G.), Chicago, 111. 

[16965 
Peace possum. Caricature model of 
an opossum, its tail forms part of the 
base. (I 29818, May 26, 1909.) 

Quirk (Nicholas J.), Chicago. 111. 

[16966 
Victor (The). 4 funnelled white 
ship. (I 29992, June 4. 1909.) 

Eogers (William A.), New York, 

N. Y. [16967 

Corking time. Statue of a hunter 

carrying a rhinoceros on his shoulders. 

(I 29614, May 6, 1909.) 

Koine & Weil, New York, N. Y. 

[16968 
Hudson and Fulton placque. Robert 
Fulton in a circle with allegorical em- 
blems, on reverse side Hendrick Hud- 
son with four allegorical emblems in 
corners. (I 29738, May 17, 1909.) 

Royal tailors, Chicago, 111. [16969 
Fall & winter '09-10 fashions. 
Tuxedo suit with peaked lapel. (I 
29616, May 6, 1909.) 

Russell (J. T.). New York, N. Y. 

[16970-17078 
Hendrick Hudson series: 

1. Harbor of Amsterdam, showing 
Half Moon. A ship, Dutch design, 
man waving plumed hat. 

2. Hendrick Hudson and Dutch Par- 
liament. Brawny Dutchman sitting on 
a chair, figures of two other men, all 
smoking. 

3. Hendrick Hudson on board the 
Half Moon. Top rail of a ship, in 
front of mast a man is standing. 

4. Portrait of Robert Juet. Man sit- 
ting on a bench, he wears large hat 
with plume. 

5. Juet and Hudson, boys sailing 
chip boats. Pond, three little sail 
boats, boy and girl on bank. 

C. Master Juet on board the Half 
Moon. On deck of vessel stands a 
man, he wears a broad brimmed hat. 



Russell (J. T.) Hendrick Hudson se- 
ries — Continued. 
7. Robert Juet makes wry face at 
Hudson. Top rail of vessel, man stand- 
ing, at his left another man sitting on 
a box. 

S. Master Juet writing in his jour- 
nal. Ship's cabin, man sitting on chest, 
writing. 

9. Slumber and vacuity. Leaning 
against a mast is sprawled the figure 
of a man. 

10. Half Moon under full sail. Ocean 
waves, a ship under full sail. 

11. Dutch tars go aloft. Standing on 
a rope, are two sailors. 

12. They sight land. Top part of 
ship's rail, three men, man at left lean- 
ing on rail. 

13. In the upper bay of New York. 
An island surmounted by the foliage 
of trees and vegetation. 

14. Master Hudson astonished. Deck 
of a ship, a man with cocked hat. 

15. Great cloud of smoke hides the 
land. Deck of a vessel, man smoking 
long pipe. 

16. Island of Manhattan. Dutch 
ship, high stern, sails set, low shore 
line. 

17. Gentle declivities of hills. Bank 
lined with low vegetation, above are 
distant outlines of hills. 

18. Red man gives a war-whoop. 
Figure of a red man. his mouth is 
open and he shows great astonish- 
ment. 

19. Dutchmen of the Half Moon 
trade with Indians. Dutch ship, a 
canoe full of Indians. 

20. First view of the mighty river. 
River, steep banks, which gradually 
melt down into the horizon line. 

21. Indians visit Half Moon. Three 
masted Dutch schooner, drawing along 
the side of the boat are four canoes 
full of Indians. 

22. Indians in cabin of Half Moon. 
Interior of ship's cabin, figures of 
four Indians. 

23. Indians get drunk in cabin of 
Half Moon. Interior of ship's cabin, 
two men looking at Indians and laugh- 
ing. 

24. Half Moon beyond tide-water. 
Two men on deck, the man on right 
has hands on rail of ship. 

25. Half Moon runs aground. Three 
men looking over side of ship. 



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Russell (J. T.) Hendrick Hudson se- 
ries — Continued. 

26. Small boat explores the river 
higher up. A smrJ] two-oared boat 
with flag flying at stern. 

27. Half Moon purs about with great 
difficulty. Water with mirror-like sur- 
face, figure of a ship. 

28. Half Moon returning down the 
river. Dutch ship, low outline of river 
bank. 

29. Recrossing the sea to Holland. 
Waves of the ocean, figure of a ship 
under full sail. 

30. Hon. East Indian company re- 
joiced to see him come back safe with 
their ship. Small beat, part of dock, 
figures of men. 

31. Master Hudson is munificently 
rewarded by the merchants and burgo- 
masters of Amsterdam. Man in chair, 
on other side of table sits another man. 
in background four men standing. 

(I 29957-299S7. June 2. 1909.) 
Rip Van Winkle series : 

1. Catskill mountains : fair weather. 
River fills foreground, mountains rise 
against the sky. 

2. Catskill mountains, evening. Riv- 
er fills foreground, mountains rise 
against the sky. sky and mountains 
reflected in water. 

3. Roofs and smoke of the village. 
Smoke curling from roofs of houses, 
beyond mountains. 

4. Tillage of Catskill. Steep bank 
covered with vegetation, a stream and 
a road. 

5. Portrait of Rip Van Winkle. Man 
sitting on corner of table, he wears 
knee breeches. 

6. Long-suffering Rip gets a curtain 
lecture. Man leaning against door 
jamb, woman sitting at spinning wheel. 

7. Good wives of the village. Kitch- 
en, a table, a woman with both hands 
resting on dish pan. 

S. Rip and the children. Old-fash- 
ioned wooden pump, a man wearing no 
hat. he holds a kite. 

Sb. Rip and the children. Village 
street corner, old Dutch houses. 

9. Rip fishing. Man sitting on rock 
fishing, his knees are bent, he has long 
pole. 

10. Rip hunting. Trees and heavy 
vegetation, man in long coat, on shoul- 
der a gun. 

11. Rip at country frolic. Two girls 
sitting before a great pile of unhusked 
corn. 



Rr>»ELL i J. T.) Rip Van Winkle se- 
ries — Continued. 
11B. Rip helping the women of the 
village. Man walking on plank walk. 
carrying a pail of water. 

12. Rip's house and farm. Plow ly- 
ing on ground just below plow is 
broken wheel. 

13. Wife and children. Woman, 
carrying basket, little child holding 
woman's skirt. 

14. Rip whistling and cleaning gum 
Back porch of house, man sitting 
cleaning a gun. 

14B. Rip's wife scolds him. Man 
sitting on step, cleaning gun. woman 
pumping water into a bucket. 

15. Rip makes his escape. Man and 
a dog. woman shaking her fist at them. 

16. Brave dog. Dog standing bark- 
ing at a squirrel which has run up a 
tree. 

17. Dog cowed. Interior of a room, 
dog in act of running. 

IS. Tillage club. Man walking, 
hands in pockets, gun under amn- 
io. Profound discussion at the vil- 
lage club. An inn. two men smoking, 
another at the doorway. 

20. Nicholas Tedder. Man on bench 
smoking long Dutch pipe. 

21. Nicholas Tedder moves. Man on 
bench smoking long clay pipe, in back- 
ground wall of an inn. 

22. Nicholas Tedder moves further. 
Trunk of a large tree with low seat 
around it. man on seat smoking. 

23. Dame Tan Winkle at the club. 
\Toir.an standing, she has on Dutch 
shoes. 

24. Rip and Wolf on mountain. 
Man. his back against tree, a dog eat- 
ing. 

25. Rip and Wolf rest. Man and 
dog reclining on top of a mountain. 

26. View of Hudson from Katterskill 
mountain. Bank covered with low 
vegetation, man sitting on edge of 
bank. 

27. Deep mountain glen. Deep preci- 
pice, fills foreground, man sitting on 
ground. 

2S. Rip and dog climbing down the 
mountain. Partly decayed tree, a man 
and a dog. 

29. Rip sees the stranger in the dis- 
tance. Sloping side of a hill, man is 
standing. 

30. Stranger with the keg of liquor. 
Quaint looking figure, he has long 
beard. 



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i i. i J. T.i Rip Van Winkle se- \ 
ries — Continued. 

31. Rip and the stranger carrying 
the keg up The ravine. Two men, one 
carries a keg on his back. 

32. Rip and the stranger reach an 
amphitheatre. Two men and a dog, j 
man in advance carries a gun. 

33. Rip and the stranger on edge of ' 
the amphitheatre. Some ninepins, six 
men grouped about them. 

34. Like the figure of an old Flem- | 
ish painting. Man standing, he wears 
laced doublet, his right hand rests on 
his hip. 

35. Strangers playing ninepins. 
About some ninepins are six figures, 
four in background. 

36a. Rip and the stranger in midst 
of amphitheatre. Man holding keg in 
his arms in act of setting it on a rock. 

36b. Rip passing the liquor. Two 
men standing before a keg. 

37. Rip tasting the liquor. Man, 
facing keg. holds a stein out in front of 
him. 

38. Rip asleep. Figure of a man 
asleep, he is sitting on a rock. 

39. Rip still sleeping after twenty 
years. Man lying on ground, he is 
rubbing his eyes with his hands. 

40. Rip Tan Winkle waking after 
his long sleep. Man half reclining on 
his left side. 

41. Rip in sitting posture calling for 
Wolf. Man sitting on ground, behind 
man is the broken stump of dead tree. 

42. Rip has difficulty in rising. An 
old man getting up from the ground, 
he grasps the barrel of a gun. 

43. Gully to the amphitheatre after 
twenty years. A narrow mountain 
stream flowing over and between 
rocks. 

44. Rip bewildered at the foot of the j 
waterfall, calls Wolf. Old man, back 
of him a rocky precipice. 

45. Rip turns his steps homeward. 
Old man long white hair, walking 
along a road. 

46. Rip, near the village discovers 
his beard. Old man clothes ragged, 
his right hand held to his beard. 

47. Rip passing through the village 
street — everything strange. Old man 
his back only, visible, a dog barking 
at him. 

43. Another street in the village. 
Old man, standing, his face turned to 
the sky. 



Russell (J. T.) Rip Van Winkle se- 
ri es — Continued. 

49. Rip revisits his home. Old man 
standing, his clothes are in tatters, he 
is looking at a house in the back- 
ground. 

50. Rip in the old house calling for 
his wife and children. Interior of 
room in old house. 

51. Rip before the Union hotel. Old 
man walking along a road, carrying 
a rifle. 

52. New Flagstaff and Sign. Two- 
story structure with two gable win- 
dows. 

53. Political meeting at the Union 
hotel. Porch on which a man is mak- 
ing a speech. 

54. Rip surrounded by questioning 
mob. Crowd of men standing about 
an old man. 

55. Self-important old gentleman 
confronts Rip. Porch of an inn, group 
of six men. 

56. Mob becomes threatening. In 
front of porch is group of men. tall 
man shaking his fist. 

57. Rip asks questions. Porch, two 
posts visible, tall man looking at old 
man. 

58. Does nobody here know Rip Van 
Winkle. Old man standing, looking 
into the face of a tall man. 

59. Rip sees his son. Man leaning 
against flagpole, figures of five other 
men. 

60. Who am I? Old man standing, 
at his right is a tall, slender fellow, 
with folded arms. 

61. Bystanders suspect that Rip is 
daffy. Two men facing the left, one 
is a tall, slender man. the other an 
old man with gun. 

62. Rip confronts his daughter and 
her child. Old man standing, woman 
with baby in her arms. 

63. Rip embraces his daughter. Old 
man embracing a young woman with a 
child in her arms. 

64. Old woman recognizes Rip. Old 
man standing, to the left an old 
woman, shawl over shoulder. 

65. Rip seated tells his story. Man 
sitting on steps of porch, beside him 
is a woman. 

66. Old Peter Venderdonk recognizes 
Rip. Old man sitting on steps of 
porch, to the left an important looking 
man in cocked hat. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Russell (J. T.) Rip Van Winkle se- 
ries — Continued. 

67. Peter Vanderdonk tells them all 
about it. Sitting on steps is an old 
man, in front of him stands another 
old man resting on a cane. 

68. At home in his daughter's house. 
Old man sitting in front of fireplace. 

69. Rip walks through the village 
with children. Old man, his hand 
rests on cane, two children at right. 

70. On the bench at the inn door. 
Porch of an inn, on bench an old man. 

71a. Rip enlightens the guests at the 
inn. Old man sitting on bench, young 
man stands with back against railing 
of porch. 

71b. Resignation or deliverance? Old 
man sitting on bench, beyond two 
other figures. 

72. Rip reminiscing. Man astride a 
horse, gazing at old man on porch. 

73. Thunder storm in the Kaatskills 
viewed from the village. Country road, 
some geese, two old people standing, 
both bent over. 

(I 29879-29956, June 2, 1909.) 

Saunders (Ethel Huntley), New 

York, N. Y. [17079 

Lovekin. Statue of a small winged 

cupid with arms folded. (I 29780, 

May 21, 1909.) 

Savory (E. AY.), ltd., Bristol, Eng- 
land. [17080-17083 

Cleopatra : by C, H. Edwards. Girl, 
hair braided and falling on shoulders, 
jeweled band around forehead. 

Juliet. Girl, hair hanging loosely 
over right shoulder. 

Portia. Girl's head, wearing small 
cap, doves in background. 

Rosalind. Girl, hair hanging loosely 
over face, large tourist's hat. 

(I 29040-29043, Apr. 6, 1909; 1 
photo of each May 14, 1909.) 

Schnitzer (Gbr.), Berlin, Germanv. 
[17084, 17085 
First attempt. Mother and daughter 
standing before an open piano. (I 

29988, June 2, 1909.) 

Well protected. A sleeping baby is 
protected by a dog and an angle. (I 

29989, June 2, 1909.) 

Schreyvogel (Chas.), Hoboken. N. J. 

[17086 
In safe hands. A trooper saving a 
child, two other troopers and Indian 
in water. (I 29875, June 1, 1909.) 



Seiter & Kappes litho. co., New 
York, N. Y. [17087,17088 

Looking for me. Horse's head pro- 
jecting from a window. (I 29769, 
May 20, 1909.) 

Looking for trouble. Hereford bull 
head. (I 29768, May 20, 1909.) 

Shields (Milton L.), Houston, Tex. 

[17089 
Indian princess. Standing, hands 
clasped behind the head. (I 30007, 
June 3, 1909 ; 1 photo May 13, 1909.) 

Stall & Dean mfg. co., Chicago, 111. 

[17090 
Foot ball girl. Young lady dressed 
for winter holding foot ball muff. (I 
29782, May 21, 1909.) 

Stanley works, New Britain, Conn. 

[17091 

Mischief maker. Young girl lying 

on sofa, holds a peacock feather and 

is laughing. (I 30014, June 8, 1909.) 

Tiffany studios, New York, N. Y. 

[17092, 17093 
Adoring angels. Two panels each 
containing a single figure of kneeling 
angel. (I 29755, May 18, 1909.) 

Christ appearing to Nicodemus. 
Three panels, in upper panels is float- 
ing angel, lower panel contains Christ 
appearing to Nicodemus. (I 29754, 
May 18, 1909.) 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 

[17094-17100 
Better smoke here than hereafter. 
Statuette of large skull with cigar in 
mouth. (I 29998, June 4, 1909.) 

Cheer up. Statuette of stout man 
with broad smile. (I 29999, June 4, 
1909.) 

Statuette of tramp resting 

against fence, newspaper under arm. 
(I 29800, May 24, 1909.) 

Good luck. Statuette of young lady 
and gentleman sitting on a large horse- 
shoe. (I 29798, May 24, 1909.) 

I dearly love a mason. Statuette of 
young lady and gentleman sitting on 
square within compass. (I 29801, 
May 24, 1909.) 

Now I lay me down to sleep. Statu- 
ette, child kneeling beside chair with 
hands clasped. (I 29799, May 24, 
1909.) 

Small skull. Statuette of small 
skull resting on cross-bones. (I 29997, 
June 4, 1909.) 



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17169 



Vandegrift (S. B.) & son, Philadel- 
phia. Pa. rmoi 

Yard of popular American drinks. 
A row of glasses containing various 
liquids. (I 29S74, June 1, 1909.) 
Van Xostrand (A. G.), Boston, Mass. 

[17102 

Workers series no. IS. Figures of 

two men looking into each others faces. 

(I 29994, June 4, 1909.) 

Vereiniute kunstanstalten, Munich, 

Germany. [17103-17119 

Atelierpause ; by Victor Schivert. A 
naked woman covered with a fur, and 
an artist holding a lighted cigarette, 
both looking at a painting. (I 29854, 
May 27, 1909.) 

Blick auf die Ferwallgruppe voin 
Galzig aus; by Fritz Baer. Mountain 
scene, the peaks covered with snow. 
(I 29842, May 27, 1909.) 

Brautschmuck (Der) ; by Ferdinand 
Max Bredt. An oriental room occu- 
pied by two oriental women. (I 29853, 
May 27, 1909.) 

Geburtstag (Der) ; by Richard Lind- 
erum. A room in a cloister, three old 
monks. (I 29845, May 27, 1909.) 

Gute nachrichten (Good advice) ; by 
Wilhelm Rauber. An old fashioned 
sitting-room, near window an old gen- 
tleman. (I 29850, May 27, 1909.) 

Hausliche beschaftigung ; by Leopold 
Bara. A family at home, the father is 
busy making baskets. (I 29840, May 
27, 1909.) 

Kriegsbeute; by Victor Schivert. A 
Dutch barroom, soldiers sitting around 
a barrel. (I 29855, May 27, 1909.) 

Mein liebling (My darling) ; by Emil 
Miiller. Little girl with her head on 
a table. (I 29849, May 27, 1909.) 

Mephisto und Schiller ; by Karl Geb- 
hardt. A studio of the 17th century, 
an old gentleman in armchair, a young 
lad stands before the table. (I 29844, 
May 27, 1909.) 

Muhlsteg (Der) ; by Franz Graessel. 
Country scene, young woman and child 
are crossing a small bridge over a dam. 
(I 29851, May 27, 1909.) 

Prozession im Kanton Wallis (Pro- 
cession in Canton Wallis) ; by Oscar 
Freiwirth. A Catholic street proces- 
sion, a band of musicians and church 
choir are marching in front. ( I 29852, 
May 27, 1909.) 

Rast auf dem heimwege ; by Herman 
Kaulbach. Two little Italian children 
on the street corner, one of them lean- 
ing against a stoop. (I 29847, May 27. 
1909.) 



A'ereinigte kunstanstalten — Cont'd. 

Skatspieler ; by Anders Montan. An 
old arch cellar, in rear a lattice win- 
dow is to be seen. (I 29848, Mav 27, 
1909.) 

Waisen (Die) ; by Theodor Klee- 
haas. A sister of a religious order 
sitting on a rock, a little babe is stand- 
ing back of her. (I 29841, May 27, 
1909. ) 

Waldschulmeister ; by Heinrich 
Schlitt. A hedge in the center, a big 
mushroom, on its top lies a book, from 
which a dwarf teaches a frog. (I 
29843, May 27, 1909.) 

Welle kommt : by Otto Sinding. 
Four naked boys kneeling on the sea- 
shore. (I 29S46, May 27, 1909.) 

Wirtin ( Der ) tochterlein ; by Vic- 
tor Schivert. An old Dutch taproom, 
the daughter of the innkeeper is danc- 
ing with soldiers. (I 29839, Mav 27, 
1909.) 

West (Andrew) and Booth (Flora), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. [17120 

Fulton centennial plaster placque. 
Bust of Robert Fulton, also raised 
model of Fulton's first steam boat. (I 
29804, May 25, 1909.) 

WlLLET STAINED GLASS CO., Pittsburg, 

Pa. [17121, 17122 

Clere-story window. Three panel 
window with tracerv tops. (I 29742, 
May 17, 1909.) 

Redeemer of the world. Window 
design with five openings, in the center 
opening is Christ on the cross. (I 
29741, May 17, 1909.) 

Williams (Jno.) inc., New York, 
N. Y. [17123 

Farragut (David Glasgow) ; by 
Louis A. Gudebrod. Sculptured tablet 
of rectangular shape. (I 29817, May 
26, 1909.) 

Wolf & co., Philadelphia, Pa. 

[17124-17169 

About to drive. Girl carrying a 

golf club under her right arm. (I 

29666, May 10, 1909.) 

After the opera. Lady in full even- 
ing gown. (I 29686, May 10, 1909.) 

At the horse show. Girl holding a 
riding whip over her shoulder. (I 

29667, May 10, 1909.) 

Automobiling. Lady sitting at the 

driving wheel of an automobile, hat 

tied bv a veil under her chin. (I 
29683, "May 10, 1909.) 



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Wolf & co. — Continued. 

By the fountain. Garden scene with 
woman sitting by a table, holding a 
glass. (I 29662. May 10. 1009.) 

Chums. Stall with horse and two 
dogs looking out. (I 29650, May 10, 
1909.) 

Confidence. Two women sitting at a 
desk, one is reading a letter. (I 29685, 
May 10. 1909.) 

Countess. Lady, large hat, bow un- 
der chin. (I 29671, May 10, 1909.) 

Daisy. Girl in summer dress stand- 
ing in a garden. (I 29678, May 10, 
1909. ) 

Dandelion. Woman, no hat, right 
hand holding pearl necklace. (I 29656, 
May 10. 1909.) 

Debutante. Girl, low neck and big 
hat with roses. (I 29648, May 10. 
1909.) 

Duchess. Half figure of a woman, 
large hat. (I 29670, May 10, 1909.) 

Ethelinda. Girl with coat and furs 
and large hat. (I 29676, May 10. 
1909.) 

Fair race. Two women speeding in 
an automobile. (I 296S4, May 10, 
1909.) 

Fortune teller. Two young women 
having their fortune told by a colored 
mammy. (I 29663, May 10, 1909.) 

Frangesa. Ballet girl. (I 29669, 
May 10, 1909.) 

His only friend. Boy sitting, hat 
in hand and his head resting on arm, 
dog in front of him. (I 29672, Mav 10. 
1909.) 

Howdy-do ! Boy and a dog on a 
back door porch. (I 29674, Mav 10, 
1909.) 

Hunt (The). Lady with dogs, in 
distance is a man on horseback. (I 
29880, May 10, 1909.) 

Innocence. Girl, full face, high neck 
dress. (I 29661, May 10, 1909.) 

Ivy. Girl standing leaning head on 
arm which is on the trunk of a tree. 
(I 29715, May 14, 1909.) 

Joy of living. Old man sitting at 
table with right hand on beer mug. 
(I 29653, May 10, 1909.) 

Maryanne. Girl carrying a fur muff 
with both hands in it. (I 29647, Mav 
10, 1909.) 

Mexico. Girl with flimsy dress lean- 
ing on her right arm smiling. (I 
29643, May 10, 1909.) 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Mousquetaire. Gentleman in Sir 
Walter Raleigh costume wearing 
gauntlets. (I 29644, May 10, 1909.) 

Muffie. Woman holding fur muff 
near her chin. (I 29677, May 10, 
1909.) 

Night. Woman, juggling stars in 
clraperv which she holds. (I 29657, 
May 10. 1909.) 

Nocturne. Garden scene with man 
and woman sitting on a bench. (I 

29664, May 10, 1909. ) 

Oh, you kid ! Three boys with cigar- 
ettes in their mouths. (I 29652, May 
10, 1909.) 

Pearl. Woman with plume in hair, 
furs thrown over left shoulder. (I 
29659, May 10, 1909.) 

Pets. Child holding cat, while three 
dogs are trying to get upon her lap. 
(I 29646, May 10, 1909.) 

Playing cards. Room scene, two 
men playing cards. (I 29673, May 10, 
1909.) 

Playmates. Window scene with 
horse sticking it's head out of stall and 
two dogs. (I 29649, May 10, 1909.) 

Princess. Lady, wearing large hat, 
big bow under chin with long stream- 
ers. (I 29675, May 10, 1909.) 

Proposal (The). Room scene with 
bov and girl in Dutch costume, boy has 
right hand to his face. (I 29642, May 
10, 1909.) 

Queen. Lady with big hat with 
feathers, hat tied by a veil under her 
chin. (I 20682, May 10, 1909.) 

Refreshing drink. Two young 
women, hats on. the one on the left 
has furs thrown over her shoulder. (I 

29665, May 10, 1909.) 

Riding the goat. Two goats running 
with a womau standing on their backs, 
in her hand is a glass of beer. (I 
29681, May 10. 1909.) 

Roses. Girl, hair flowing, she is 
carrying a large bunch of roses. (I 
29665, May 10, 1909.) 

Scheming. Two boys, arm of one 
around the other one's neck. (I 29654, 
May 10, 1909.) 

Secret (The). Scene in room, boy 
and girl in Dutch costume, boy has an 
arm on each of the girl's shoulders. 
(I 29645, May 10, 1909.) 

Simplicitv. Girl's head, profile view, 
low neck. (I 29679, May 10, 1909.) 

Spring blossoms. Girl standing with 
left hand on hip. (I 29716, May 14, 
1909.) 



260 



FIXE ARTS 



. .1.1 or 



Juno. 1909 



17178 



Wolf & co. — Continued. 

Springtime. Girl standing: back of a 
i able, holding an overturned basket 
from which roses have fallen. (I 
29651, May 10. 1909.) 

Violets. Lady, bat with veil, left 
band holding a bunch of violets. 'I 
29655, May 10, 1909.) 

Your health. Woman, left hand 
holding up a skirt, right hand holding 
a wine glass. 1 1 29658. May 10. 1909. 1 



York (Gleo), Niagara Falls, X. Y. 

[17170-17173 
Horse shoo r'allsr Relief view in 
plaster. (I 29701. May 19, 1909.) 

Niagara Falls. General view in re- 
lief. (I 30003. June 5. 1909.) 

Prospect Point. Niagara Falls. Re- 
lief. (I 300O4. June 5. 1909.) 

Rock of ages. Relief, background 
the American Falls. (I 30005, June 5, 
1 909. ) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph 

each and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1909 2, 179 



O 



261 



17174-19957 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
AND OF JUNE 30, 1906 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SEEIES, VOLUME 4 

Nos. 26-30 

JULY, lOOO 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1909 



'T'HE Catalogue of Copyright Entries, Part 4, is arranged in two alphabets of 
proprietors, with subalphabets of titles as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class F, Engravings, Cuts and Prints; Class G, Chromos 
and Lithographs; Class H, Photographs. 

II. Containing Class I, Fine Arts (giving a list of the photographs deposited accord- 
ing to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, 
Statuary, and Models or Designs intended to be perfected as works of the Fine Arts). 

The Catalogue of Copyright Entries appears each week, but to avoid the inconven- 
ience of a number of small alphabets of different subjects all the entries for Engrav- 
ings, Cuts and Prints, Chromos and Lithographs, and Photographs, completed since the 
last issue, are arranged here in a single monthly alphabet. The entries for Fine Arts 
will be found in a separate alphabet following this. 

The entries marked thus * are such as have been delayed inclusion in the Catalogue 
on account of necessary correspondence. 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
receipt of copies is always omitted when the copies are received on the day of entry. 
The notice, after the first title, if printed in full, would read : Copvright by I. C. Adams, 
Calistoga, Cal. Class H, XXc, no. 128600, June 19, 1909 ; 2 copies received June 19, 1909. 



Adams (I. C), Calistoga. Cal. [3 
photographs] [17174-17176 

Already to leave for Lake co. — 
Lake co. stage leaving Calistoga. — 
Stone bridge, Napa co., Cal. (H 
128600-128602, June 19, 1909.) 

Adkisson (C. X.), Denton, Tex. 

[17177. 17178 

Denton, Texas, Stoddard hall. (H 
116856, Oct. 12, 1908; 2 c. June 21, 
1909.) 

Making hay. College of indus- 
trial arts. (H 119465, Dec. 10. 1908; 
2 c. June 21, 1909.) 

Allen (Frank W.)> Abington, Mass. 

[17179 
Abington, Mass., Island Grove park, 
memorial tablet. (H 128668, June 22, 
1909; 2 c. June 12, 1909.) 

Allen (Harry X.), Livermore Falls, 
Me. [17180-17186 

All nature smiles. (H 129475, July 
2, 1909.) 

April. (H 129478, July 2. 1909.) 

Beside still water. (H 128643, June 
21, 1909.) 

Bright hours of June. (H 129476. 
July 2, 1909.) 

Nature's mirror. (H 129477, July 
2, 1909.) 

White sentinel. (H 128644, June 
21, 1909.) 

White trio. (H 129479, July 2, 
1909.) 

Alpha Chi Omega sorority, Albion, 

Mich. [17187 

Lyric trio. (F 77874, June 23, 
1909.) 

Altschlx & Isbell. Washington, D. C. 

[17188 
They say whiskey stunts the growth. 
(F 78141, l June 29, 1909.) 



American commercial advertising 
co.. Xew York, X. Y. [12 prints] 
[17189-17200 
Auto ride. — Bathing girl. — Boys of 
the fourth. — Firing the cannon. — In- 
troduction. — On the beach. — Prome- 
nade girl. — Resting up. — Roll call. — 
Tennis players. — Tight game.— Vaca- 
tion girl. (F 77778-77789, June 19, 
1909.) 

American blower co., Detroit. Mich. 

[17201 
Little blower. (F 77734, June 17, 
1909.) 

American-Examiner. Xew York. X. Y. 
[17202-17217 

Are vou going to the Yukon exposi- 
tion. "(F 77843, June 21, 1909.) 

Cousin Susie, the sweet girl gradu- 
ate. (F 77842, June 21, 1909.) 

Der Captain goes salmon fishing out 
west. (F 78148, June 29, 1909.) 

Grandpa Grouch and his dear little 
grandson. (F 775S1, June 14, 1909.) 

Grandpa Grouch gets a new wig. 
(F 7S146, June 29, 1909.) 

Happy Hooligan doesn't seem to get 
wiser fast. (F 77583, June 14, 1909.) 

Happy Hooligan has a rival. (F 
78150. June 29, 1909.) 

Howson Lott builds a summer 
house. (F 77580, June 14, 1909.) 

Jimmy. (F 77584, June 14, 1909.) 

■ (F 78149, June 29, 1909.) 

Mr. Happy Hooligan entertains. (F 
77S40, June 21, 1909.) 

Mr. Howson Lott. (F 77844, June 
21, 1909.) 

(F 78147, June 29, 1909.) 

They're on the Pacific coast now. 
(F 77582, June 14, 1909.) 

Violet is so playful. (F 77579, June 
14. 1909.) 

Widow Perkins and her kyoodle Vio- 
let. (F 77841, June 21, 1909.) 



263 



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17218 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



American - Journal - Examiner, New 
York, N. Y. [17218-17315 

Ain't you sorry. (F 77425, June 9, 
1909. ) 

(F 77609, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77746, June 18, 1909.) 

(F 77904, June 23, 1909.) 

And not only that. (F 77706, June 

16, 1909.) 

- — (F 7774S, June 18, 1909.) 

(F 77S39, June 21, 1909.) 

(F 77907, June 23, 1909.) 

(F 77977, June 25, 1909.) 

(F 7S168, June 30, 1909.) 

As long as the world goes 'round. 

(F 77931, June 24, 1909.) 

Braggo the monk. (F 77405, June 8, 
1909.) 

(F 78144, June 29, 1909.) 



(F 



ros, 



But he hadn't oughter ! 
June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77855. June 22, 1909.) 

(F 77973, June 25, 1909.) 

(F 78185, July 1, 1909.) 

But they hadn't oughter. (F 77993, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Culture while you wait. (F 77424, 
June 9, 1909.) 

Do you know this man? (F 77585, 
June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77791, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78143, June 29, 1909.) 

(F 78183, July 1, 1909.) 

Even as you and I. (F 77482, June 
10, 1909.) 



(F 77514, 


June 11, 1909.) 


(F 77524, 


June 12, 1909.) 


(F 77612, 


June 15, 1909.) 


(F 77857, 


June 22, 1909.) 


(F 78075, 


June 28, 1909.) 


(F 78164, 


June 30, 1909.) 


Excuse club. 


(F 77426, June 


1909.) 




(F 77588, 


June 14, 1909.) 


(F 77834, 


June 21, 1909.) 


(F 78073, 


June 28, 1909.) 


Gimlet club. 


(F 77427, June 


1909.) 




(F 775S7, 


June 14, 1909.) 


(F 77975, 


June 25, 1909.) 


Groucho the monk. (F 77790, J 



9, 



19, 1909.) 

• (F 7S184, July 1, 1909.) 



American- Journal-Examiner — Cont'd. 
Hall Room boys. (F 77428, June 9, 
1909.) 

(F 77708, June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77744, June 18, 1909.) 

■ ■ (F 77908, June 23, 1909.) 

(F 78074, June 28, 1909.) 

Henpecko the monk. ( F 77481, June 
10. 1909.) 

77724, June 17, 1909.) 
77854, June 22, 1909.) 
man. (F 77725, June 17, 



June 



(F 

(F 

Honest 
1909.) 
(F 



78142, 



1909.) 
1909.) 
77589, June 

(F 77512, 



June 29, 1909.) 
- (F 78163, June 30, 1909.) 
How to be happv, though married. 

(F 77407. June 8, 1909.) 

(F 77513, June 11, 

(F 77707, June 16, 

I see by the papers. (F 

14. 1909.) 

If it weren't for father. 

June 11. 1909.) 

(F 77727, June 17, 1909.) 

(F 77838, June 21, 1909.) 

— — ■ (F 77976, June 25, 1909.) 

(F 7S167, June 30, 1909.) 

Knocko the monk. (F 775S6, June 

14, 1909.) 

Mr. Jack. (F 77932, June 24, 1909.) 
— (F 78186, July 1, 1909.) 

(F 78071, June 28, 



Mrs 
1909.) 

Never 
1909.) 



Trubbell. 



again. (F 77406, June 8, 



(F 

(F 
(F 
(F 
(F 
(F 



77523, 
77704, 
77743, 
77903, 
77974, 
77991, 



June 12, 1909.) 
June 16, 1909.) 
June IS, 1909.) 
June 23, 1909.) 
June 25, 1909.) 
June 26, 1909.) 



June 



(F 78166, June 30, 1909.) 

Rhymo the monk. (F 77905, 
23. 1909. 

Ryan museum of practical finance. 

(F 77509. June 11, 1909.) 
There's a reason. (F 77511, June 11, 

1909.) 

(F 77705, June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77745, June 18, 1909.) 

■ (F 77836, June 21, 1909.) 

(F 78072, June 28, 1909.) 

(F 78165, June 30, 1909.) 

Tightwaddo the monk. (F 77525, 

June 12. 1909.) 

(F 77610, June 15, 1909.) 



264 



. 



ENGRAVINGS, OUT! 

nos. 26-30. July. 1909 



AND PRINTS, ETC. 



17380 



American- Journal-Examinee — Cont'd. 

(F 77933, June 24, 1909.) 

(F 77992, June 26, 1909.) 

'Twaa but a dream. (F 77510. June 

11, 1909.) 

( F 77837, June 21, 1909. ) 

(F 77S56, June 22, 1909.) 

Two men of peace. (F 77S35. June 

21, 1909.) 

What can a poor woman do? (.F 

77515. June 11. 1909.) 

(F 77906. June 23, 1909.) 

(F 7S1S7, July 1, 1909.) 

While you wait. (F 774S0. June 

10. 1909.) 

(F 77611, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77726. June 17, 1909.) 

Whv all men are not married. (F 

77747.' June IS. 1909.) 

(F 77792, June 19. 1909.) 

(F 77934, June 24. 1909.) 

• (F 77994, June 26, 1909.) 

(F 7S145, June 29, 1909.) 

Americax lithographic company. New 

York. N. Y. [17316-17318 

Philippines coast artillery on the 

plains, a (G 21829, June 25, 1909.) 
b. c. (G 21852, 21853. June 29. 

1909.) 

Americax press assx.. New York, 

N. Y. [17319-17328 

Long mav she wave. (F 77496. June 

11, 1909.) 

Nobody loves a fat man. (F 77327. 

June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77458. June 9, 1909.) 

(F 77495, June 11. 1909.) 

(F 77602. June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77702, June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77777. June 19, 1909.) 

(F 77859. June 22, 1909.) 

(F 77927. June 24. 1909.) 

(F 7S016, June 26, 1909.) 

Axdersox (A. C), Chicago. 111. 

[17329 
Little Sunshine. (H 128487, June 

17, 1909.) 

Apelt (Wm.), San Antonio, Tex. 

[17330 
Armadillo baskets. (F 77223, June 

5, 1909.) 

Arxheim (Marks), New York, N. Y. 

[17331-17344 

Styles 84-87, 90, 91, 93, 95-98, (Q-T. 

W-Y). [for men's clothing.] <F 

77947-77958, June 25, 1909.) 

Styles 88, 89. (F 781S0. 78181. July 

1, 1909.) 



i Art mfg. co., Amelia. Ohio. [17345 

Serpent mound, Adams co., Ohio. 
(H 129351, July 1,1909.) 

I Ash (William G.) axd Schubert 
(Adam J.), Goodling, Idaho. 

[17346 
Idaho wild cat. (H 128060, Mar. 31, 
1909.)* 

B. P. O. Elks, Los Axgeles lodge no. 

99, House Committee, Los Angeles, 

Cal. [17347-17358 

Los Angeles, Cal., Elks club, 1-12, 

j (F 77915-77926, June 21, 1909.) 

I Baber (A. M.), Seattle, Wash. 

[17359 
Eskimos, Alaska-Yukon-Pacific expo- 
I sition. (H 128381, June 15, 1909.) 

Bailey (Mariox William), Hutchin- 
son, Kans. [17360, 17361 
Country club, 866. (H 128320, June 
10, 1909; 2 c. May 24, 19C9.) 

■ 867. (H 128321, June 10, 1909 ; 

2 c. June 1, 1909.) 

Bailey & Bailey, Oklahoma City, 
Okla. [17362-17364 

Hint on, Okla., Hinton school bldg. 
(H 129244, June 29, 1909.) 

Oklahoma City. Okla., Sidney L. 
Brock dry goods co. bldg. (H 129243, 
June 29, 1909.) 

Okmulgee. Okla.. First Baptist 
church. (H 128252, June 12, 1909.) 



Bain (George Graxtham), New York, 
N. Y. [17365-17379 

Harriman (E. H.) and wife. 1. 2. 
(H 127969, 127970, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 
of each June 4, 1909. ) 

Proctor (A. Phimister) (H 126042, 
Apr. 22, 1909; 2 c. of each Apr. 24. 
| 1909.) 

Schwab (Gustave) 1.2. (H 128160, 
128161. June 9, 1909 : 2 c. of each June 
10, 1909. ) 

Taft at golf. 9-15. (H 129363- 
129369, July 1, 1909.) 

Taft at Yale. iH 129370, Julv 1, 
1909.) 

Wright (Orville) in aeroplane. 1, 2. 
(H 129371, 129372, July 1, 1909.) 

Baker (F. L.) & sox. North Grafton, 

Mass. [17380 

Supplement for guide for triplatch 

of S. P. Y. trap nest. (F 78160, June 

18, 1909.) 



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17381 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Bandholtz (Fred J.), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [17381-17391 

Atchison, Kans. 1, 2. (H 128740, 
128741, June 24, 1909.) 

Fairbury, Nebr. (H 128743, June 
24, 1909.) 

Hastings, Nebr. (H 128744, June 24, 
1909.) 

Hiawatha, Kans. (H 128742, June 
24, 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 25, 1909. 

Independence, Mo. (H 128511, June 
17, 1909.) 

Kearney, Nebr. (H 129252, June 29, 
1909 ; 2 c. July 1, 1909. ) 

Lexington. Nebr. (H 129253, June 
29, 1909; 2 c. July 1, 1909.) 

North Platte. Nebr. (H 129254, 
June 29, 1909; 2 c. July 1, 1909.) 

Olathe. Kans. (H 128509, June 17, 
1909.) 

Pittsburg, Kans. (H 128510, June 

17, 1909.) 

Banker (Gene G.), Pine Iron Works, 
Pa. [17392-17396 

Pine Iron Works, Pa. 1-5. (F 
77471-77475, June 10, 1909.) 

Barr-Farnham photo POST CARD CO., 
Washington, D. C. [17397 

Cabin John bridge, Historic stone 
tablet. (F 77723, June 17, 1909.) 

Battlefield photo co., Gettysburg 
Pa. [17398 

Taft (President) and party at Get- 
tysburg, Pa. (H 1286S3, June 23, 
1909; 2 c. June 10, 1909.) 

Beck (Chas. R. R.), Thurmont. Md. 

[17399 
Thurmont, Md., Presidential cloud 
puzzle. (H 128189, June 10, 1909.) 

Behrendt (Richard), San Francisco, 

Cal. [17400 

Golden gate folder. (F 77742, June 

18, 1909.) 

Beitt (Harry C), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[17401 
Reflection. (H 128066, June 7, 
1909.) 

Belasco (David), New York, N. Y. 
[17 photographs.] [17402-17418 
Belasco (David) in his private 
study. — Care. — Curiosity. — Favorite 
author. — Inspiration.— Knotty point. — 
Memories. — N. E. cor. of private study. 
— N. W. corner of private study. — Nota- 
tion. — Pose. — Reference. — Rest. — Solu- 
tion. — South side private study. — S. W. 
corner private studv. — Studv. (H 
1 28955-1 2S971. June 25, 1909.) 



Bell (Lillian M.) Grangeville, Idaho. 
[5 photographs] [17419-17423 

Climbing Mt. Craig. — Down Mt. 
Craig to Lewiston, Idaho. — Grange- 
ville, Idaho. — Rock creek. — S bridge 
and upper creek. (H 129190-129194, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Benner (Harry M.), Hammondsport, 

N. Y. [17424, 17425 

Aeroplane built by the Herring Cur- 

tiss co. 1, 2. (H. 128187, 128188, 

June 10, 1909.) 

Berwin (L. M.) Chicago, 111. 

[17426-17429 
Billiken and Bobbv. (F 77323, June 

7, 1909.) 

(F 77577, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77776, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78057, June 28, 1909; 2 c. 

June 27, 1909.) 

Bieder (J. L.) co. co., Chicago, 111. 

[17430-17435 

Cows. (F 77476, June 10, 1909; 2 c. 
June 11, 1909.) 

Elephant and man. (F 77797, June 
21, 1909; 2 c. June 24, 1909.) 

Get up old lazy bones. (F 77478, 
June 10. 1909; 2 c. June 11, 1909.) 

Miles. (F 77799, June 21, 1909; 2 c. 
June 24, 1909.) 

Pigs. (F 77477, June 10, 1909; 2 c. 
June 11, 1909.) 

Secret of his success is. (F 77798, 
June 21, 1909; 2 c. June 24, 1909.) 

Bigelow, Smith & co., New York, 
N. Y. [24 prints] [17436-17459 
As she spoke she opened the door of 
the cage. — Cecilia Yaughan. — Dust 
thou art, to dust returneth. — Farewell 
to thee, Saint Gilgen ! — Gayly, with 
joyous laugh, Priscilla mounted her 
palfrey. — Hiawatha and Mudjekee- 
wis. — I am engaged to Mr. Kava- 
nagh. — I am the god Thor. — I beheld 
the pageants splendid. — I drink to the 
divinity of thy dreams. — It was a 
clear, youthful voice. — Listen, then, to 
the tradition of the fountain of Ob- 
livion. — On what errand hast thou 
come. — -Priscilla. — Remorseful, peni- 
tent and lowly. — See how coquettishly 
she crosses her arms. — She gives a 
side-glance and looks down. — Spring- 
ing upon his feet, he caught his mus- 
ket.— That face he had never seen be- 
fore. — Though she draws him, yet she 
follows— Tired of copying the works 
of art. — What are you doing here, Von 
Kleist?— Whispered to it, Westward, 



266 



ENGKAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



17506 



Bigelow, Smith & co. — Continued, 
westward. — Your grace shall be 
obeyed. (F 77S09-77S32, June 21, 
1909; 2 c. of each June 15, 1909.) 

Bilisoly (J. J.), Portsmouth, Va. 

[17460 
Portsmouth, Va., High school. (H 
12S667, June 22, 1909.) 

Biogbaph co., New York, N. Y. 

[17461-17470 

Faded lilies. (H 128253, June 12, 
1909. ) 

Her first biscuits. (H 128254, June 
12, 1909.) 

Lonely villa. (H 128182, June 10, 
1909.) 

Mexican sweethearts. (H 128738, 
June 24, 1909.) 

New trick. (H 128181, June 10, 
1909. ) 

Peach basket hat. (H 128739, June 
24, 1909.) 

Son's return. (H 128255, June 12, 
1909.) 

Violin maker of Cremona. (H 
128159, June 9, 1909.) 

Was justice served? (H 128592, 
June 19, 1909.) 

Way of man. (H 129205, June 28, 
1909.) 

Biech (Aethue), Arlington, Mass. 

[17471 
Continuous crabbing machine. (F 
77711, June 1, 1909; 2 c. May 21, 
1909.) 

Blacet ( Eenest D. ) , Painesville, Ohio. 
[17472-17474 
Painesville, Ohio. 1-3. (H 128973- 
128975, June 26, 1909.) 

Blue (A.), New York, N. Y. 

[17475-17486 
Help wanted. 1-12. (F. 78079- 
78090, June 29, 1909.) 

Bluff city engbaving co., Memphis, 
Tenn. [17487 

North and south join hands forever. 
(H 128330, June 14, 1909.) 

Bogaet (Geoege), Shenandoah, Iowa. 

[17488 
First Methodist Episcopal church. 
(H 128654, Apr. 19, 1909; 2 c. June 22, 
1909.) 

Bonawitz (Geoege), New York, N. Y. 

[17489 
Traveling salesman's Christmas eve. 
(F 77805, June 21, 1909.) 



Boston TBxWelee, Boston, Mass. 

[17490 
Eddy (Mary Baker) as she looks 
to-day. (H 128346, June 14, 1909.) 

Bowles & Caldwell, Milford, Tex. 

[17491, 17492 
Texas Presbyterian college, Milford, 
Tex., A, B. (H 128585, 128586, June 
17, 1909; 2 c. of each June 7, 1909.) 

Bowman (S. H.), Huntington, W. Va. 
[17493, 17494 

Prosperity herald. (F 77493, June 
11, 1909.) 

Prosperity meteor. (F 77494, June 
11, 1909.) 

Boyee (Maueice W.), Nantucket, 
Mass. [17495-17497 

Birthplace of Maria Mitchell and 
observatory. (F 77929, June 24, 
1909.) 

Gay Plead (Steamer) rounding 
Brant point. (H 128761, June 24, 
1909.) 

Nantucket, Mass., Cliff bathing 
beach. (F 77930, June 24, 1909.) 

Beagdon (John C), Pittsburg, Pa. 

[17498 
Pittsburg courthouse. (H 128671, 
June 22, 1909.) 

Beamson (Louis), Louisville, Ky. 

[17499-17501 

Kosair patrol, Shriners. (H 129349, 
July 1, 1909.) 

Masonic orphan's patrol. ( H 129350, 
July 1, 1909.) 

Smith (Milton), president of Louis- 
ville and Nashville. (H 129441, July 
2, 1909.) 

Beown (Wm. Seaman), New York, 
N. Y. [17502 

Federal judiciary, 1909. (F 76749, 
May 19, 1909; 2 c. June 24, 1909.) 
Bueke (Feank P.), Chicago, 111. 

[17503 
Coming event. (H 125484, Apr. 7, 
1909.*) 
Buens (Robeet), Pullman. Wash. 

[17504, 17505 
JNeison breaking N. W. and equal- 
ling world's record, 100-yard dash, 
9f. (H 128584, June 16, 1909; 2 c. 
June 4, 1909.) 

W. S. C. Springtime. (H 128678, 
June 22, 1909.) 

Bueeowes (Edwaed J.), Brooklyn, 

N. Y. [17506 

Sunshine. (H 129360, July 1, 1909.) 



267 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



17507 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Bushnell (Edward R.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. [17507 

American Olympic team. (H 128406, 
June 16, 1909.) 

Canfield & Shook, Louisville, Ky. 

[17508 
Louisville base ball team, 1909. (H 
126299, Apr. 28, 1909; 2 c. Apr. 21, 
1909. ) 

Canterbury co., Chicago, 111. [17509 
Storks. (F 77851, June 1, 1909 ; 2 c. 
May 6, 1909.) 

Carpenter (Charles T.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. [17510,17511 

Wilmington, N. C, base ball team. 
(F 77735, June 18, 1909.) 

York base ball team. (F 77736, 
June 18, 1909.) 

Carter (H. H.), Lockport 111. 

[17512, 17513 
Sanitary district. 1,2. (H 129361, 
329362, July 1, 1909.) 

Catjghey (Alice), Sulphur Springs, 
Ark. [17514 

Sulphur Springs, Ark., Daisy field. 
(H 129233, June 29, 1909.) 

Celebrity art co., Boston, Mass. [14 
photographs] [17515-17528 

I love my wife, but oh you kid! — 
Shine on silver moon. (H 128646, 
128647, June 21, 1909.) 

Branding. — End of day. — Holding 
his own. — Holdup. — Letter from 
home. — Proposal. — Ready for work. — 
Roped in. — Roundup. — Serious prob- 
lem. — Tenderfoot in sight. — Writing 
home. (H 128686-128697, June 23, 
1909.) 

Centaur film co., New York, N. Y. 
[17529-17532 
Cowboy's romance. (H 128972, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Love wins. (H 128546, June 19, 
1909.) 

Nevada girl. (H 128003, June 4, 
1909.) 

Private Brown. (H 128175, June 
10, 1909.) 

Chalmers (Jas. H.), Madison, Minn. 

[17533 
Madison, Minn. St. Michaels Cath- 
olic church. (H 128156, June 8, 
1909.) 

Chickering (Elmer), Boston, Mass. 
[17534-17536 
Taylor (N. H.) 1-3. (H 128205- 
128207, June 11, 1909.) 



Clark (L. E.), Chillicothe, 111. 

[17537 
Sparland, 111., Business men. (H 
128632, June 21, 1909.) 

Claudel (E). New Orleans, La. 

[17538 
New T Orleans, La., St. Stephens 
church, interior. (H 128204, June 11, 
1909.) 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Washington, 
D. C. [24 photographs] 

[17539-17562 

Burkett (Mrs. Elmer J. ) .—Capitol at 
night. — Challis' (Prince de Beam) 
children. — Harr (W. R.). — Knapp 
( Martin A. ) . — Mej ia ( Miss Amalia ) . — 
Mejia (Mrs. Federico). — Mejia (Miss 
Paulita).— Singer (Mrs. G. H.).— 
Uriu (Baron Sotokichi ). — Wood 
(L.).— Wright (Orville and Wilbur). 
(H 128259-128270, June 12, 1909.) 

Bliss ( Tasker H. ) . — Blocklinger 
(G. J.).— Bradford (R. B.).— Brown- 
son (Willard H. ) .—Crawford (M.).— 
Finance committee room, House of rep- 
resentatives. — McNamara ( Stuart ) . — 
Pierce (U. G. B.).— Ritter (Paul).— 
Taft (Mrs.) and Mrs. Longworth. — 
Taft (Helen) shopping. — Valentine 
( Robert A. ) . ( H 129304-129315, June 
30, 1909.) 

Cochrane (R. E.), Belleville, Kans. 

[17563 
Belleville com'l club. (H 129236, 
June 29, 1909.) 

Colby (James M.), Wausau, Wis. 

[17564-17566 
Wausau, Wis., Rothschild park, 1-3. 
(H 128392-128394, June 9, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, N. Y. 
[17567-17571 
Roosevelt's (Mr.) Africa. 1-5. (F 
77372-77376, June 8, 1909.) 

Colonial development corporation, 

New York, N. Y. [17572 

Cosmo - on - the - Hudson, Highland 

Falls, N. Y. (G 21815, June 24, 1909.) 

Colonial printing co., New York, 
N. Y. [10 prints] [17573-17582 

Interesting ball game. — Shuylers 
chocolates. — I am going on my vaca- 
tion. (F 76408-76410, May 1, 1909.*) 

All dressed up and no place to go. — 
Big night in draw. — Darn it ! — I push 
my business. — Parting gives pain. — 
Shake, a throw. — I was within a hairs 
breadth. (F 77252-77257, 77410, June 
7, 1909.) 



268 



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nos. 26-30. July, 1909 



17711 



Columbia portrait CO., New York, 

N. Y. [175S3 

Golden jubilee O. B. A. (H 129318, 
June 30, 1909.) 

Commercial club of Chicago, Chi- 
cago, 111. [1T5S4-17645 
Chicago. 111. Illustrations for the 
work entitled. " Plan of Chicago, pre- 
pared under the direction of the Com- 
mercial club by D. H. Burnham and 
E. H. Bennett. Ed. by C. Moore. Chi- 
cago. 1909." Plates 1, 34, 35, 40. 43, 
49, 50, 50a, 51, 52. 54. 61-63, 69, 71-75, 
7S-82, 84-91, 103, 106, 107, 109-115, 
118-132, 137, 139-141. (F 77616, 77617, 
77624-776S4, June 16, 1909.) 

Coxe (L. De Forest), Ticonderoga, 

N. Y. [17646 

Historic Ticonderosa at a glance. 

iF 78045, June 28, 1909; 2 c. July 3, 

1909.) 

Consolidated photo, co., Washington, 
D. C. [17647, 17648 

Harpers Ferry, W. Va. 1. 2. (H 
12SS64, 128865, June 24, 1909 ; 2 c. of 
each June 26, 1909.) 
Coppixi (Pompeo). Lexington, Kv. 

[17649 
Morgan (Gen. John H.), reproduc- 
tion of equestrian statue. (H 129492, 
June 25, 1909.) 
Coughlix (D. M.), Easton, Pa. 

[17650 
Easton, city of resources. (F 778S0, 
June 9, 1909; 2 c. May 29, 1909.) 
Courier company of Buffalo, Buffalo, 
X. Y. [17651 

On a runaway train thru the Alps 
with Lvrnan H. Howe. ( G 21739. June 
1, 1909.) 
Crane (Douglas), New York. N. Y. 

[17652 
Salome. (H 125S77. Apr. 16, 1909; 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1909; 1 c. Apr. 16, 1909.) 
Crooxborg (Frederick T.). New York, 
N. Y. [17653, 17654 

Advanced fashions. June, 1909. 
Vol. IV, no. 3. Supplements A and B. 
(F 77532, 77533, June 14, 1909.) 
Cummixg (Blaxche), San Francisco. 
Cal. [17655 

Hello Central ! Give me Santa 
Claus. (H 128174, June 10, 1909.) 
Curtis (Asahel), Seattle, Wash. 

[17656-17659 
Mt. Rainier. (H 1283S2, June 15, 
1909.) 

Seattle, Wash. Squak Slough. 1-3. 
(H 12S143-128145, June 7, 1909.) 



Curtis & Camerox, inc., Boston, Mass. 
[22 photographs] [17660-17680 

Baby bunting; by A. M. Upjohn. 
(H 126S65, May 11, 1909.*) 

Art: by Edwin A. Abbey. — Baby 
Bunting : by A. M. Upjohn. — Belinda ; 
by Louise Cox. 1, 2. — Billy and Bus- 
ter; by K. Pyle. 1-3.— Dance (The) ; 
by Bela L. Pratt.— Drama (The) ; by 
Bela L. Pratt— Head (detail) of Be- 
linda ; by Louise Cox. 1, 2. — Law ; by 
Edwin A. Abbey. — Little black cat; by 
Win. J. Whitmore. 1, 2. — Music; by 
Bela L. Pratt. — Science revealing the 
treasures of the earth; by Edwin A, 
Abbey. — Spirit of light ; by Edwin A. 
Abbey. — Spirit of Vulcan ; by Edwin A. 
Abbey. — Wreath of orange blossoms ; 
by Carroll Beckwith. 1-3. (H 128889- 
128909, June 25, 1909.) 

Davexport (Wilbur), Three Forks, 
Mont. [17681 

Old-timer on the Panama railroad. 
(H 128512, June IS, 1909.) 

Davidsox (David), Providence, R. I. 
[18 photographs] [17682-17699 
Afternoon call.— Antler elm. — Belle 
of the manor. — Birch bower. — Bonnet 
problem. — Chosen bonnet. — Disputed 
leadership. — Four friends. — He cometh 
not. — Lambs may feast. — Match 
makers. — May-time fragrance. — On a 
news hunt. — On a Sunday morning. — 
Porch beautiful. — Red parasol.— Van- 
ity.— Wisteria. (H. 128408-128425, 
June 16, 1909; 2 c. of each June 17, 
1909. ) 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New York, N. Y. 

[3 photographs] [17700-17702 

Early morning. — North Long island 

shore.— Vallev stream. (H 129213- 

129215, June 28, 1909.) 

Day-a-head co., New York, N. Y. [14 
prints] [17703-17716 

Greatly admired by folks theatri- 
cal. — Helen of Troy. — It does not turn 
up. — Miss Bean of Boston. — Miss Dela 
Ware.— Miss Wiggs. (F 77259-77264, 
May 27, 1909.*) 

Bress de Lawd. — By heck it's hot. — 
I love my mama but oh you kid. — 
Never trouble trouble. — Study in 
Latin. — Stung. — This is the day. — 
What are the wild waves. (F 77860- 
77867, June 22, 1909.) 

Dexver Post, Denver, Colo. [17717 

Adventures of the little Post Wantad., 
(F 77479, June 10, 1909.) 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



17718 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Derstine (Wm. A.), 

Fur and feathers. 
14, 1909.) 



Sellersville, Pa. 

[17718 

(H 128679, June 



Detroit publishing company, Detroit, 
Mich. [17719-17731 

Detroit, Mich., Campus Martius 
from Detroit opera house. (H 128603, 
June 19, 1909.) 

Lake Placid Club, N. Y. 1-4. (H 
128604-128607, June 19, 1909.) 

Mackinac Island, Mich., Fairy arch. 
<H 128440, June 16, 1909.) 

Mobile, Ala. 1, 2. (H 128608, 
128609, June 19, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y., Imperial hotel. 
<H 128441, June 16, 1909.) 

Niagara falls from Prospect point, 
N. Y. (H 128442, June 16, 1909.) 

Raquette Lake, Adirondack mts., 
N. Y. 1, 2. (H 128610, 128611, June 
19, 1909.) 

Yellowstone park, Wyo., Castle 
geyser and Crested spring. (H 
128612, June 19, 1909. ) 

Deuel (G. E.), Gary, Ind. [17732 

Gary. Ind., M. E. church. (F 
77928, June 24, 1909.) 

De Wees (William W.), Chicago, 111. 

[17733 
Franklin (Benjamin), with and 
without head. (F 77872, June 19, 
1909.) 

Diehl (Aaron H.), Sewickley, Pa. 

[17734 
Taft (President) and party at Se- 
wickley Heights. (H 128241, June 11, 
1909; 2 c. June 5, 1909.) 

Diener (William), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[17735, 17736 

Washington's headquarters, Robert 

Morris hotel, Morrisville, Pa. A, B. 

<H 128057, 128058. June 7, 1909.) 



Dillon (T. E.), Scranton, Pa. [17737 
Luzerne co. court house. (H 
129316, June 30, 1909.) 

Ditson (Oliver) co., Boston, Mass. 

[17738 
Ditson wonder book number 3. (F 
77330, June 7, 1909.) 

Dolly Varden chocolate co.. Cincin- 
nati, Ohio. [3 chromos.] 

[17739-17741 
Goldenrod beauty. — Holly beauty. — 
Rose beauty. (G 21794-21796. June 
17, 1909.) 



Dor an (John J.), New York, N. Y. 

[17742 
Davitt (Michael). (H 124589, Mar. 
23, 1909; 2 c. May 25, 1909.) 

Douglas (Pines S.), Windsor, Mo. 

[17743 
Next train I ride on. (H 128545, 
June 19, 1909.) 

Du Boce (Carl A.), Assumption, 111. 

[17744 

Alexander's band. Assumption. 111. 
(H 128256, June 12, 1909; 2 c. June 5, 
1909.) 

Dunnington (Wm. W.), Weston. 
W. Va. [17745-17748 

Webster Springs. W. Va. 1-4. (H 
129319-129322, June 30, 1909.) 

Edison mfg. co.. Orange, N. J. 

[17749-17800 

Affair of art. 1-3. (H 128783- 
128785, June 24, 1909.) 

Boots he couldn't loose. 1-4. (H 
128164-128167, June 9, 1909.) 

Closed on Sundav. 1-4. (H 128434- 
128437, June 16, 1909.) 

Hold up held up. 1, 2. (H 128129, 
128130, June 7, 1909.) 

How the tramp got the lunch. 1, 2. 
(H 128438, 128439, June 16, 1909.) 

Legend of Sterling Keep 1-7. (H 
128131-128137, June 7, 1909.) 

Lost invitation. 1-7. (H 128766- 
128772, June 24, 1909.) 

Man without a country. 1-7. (H 
128773-128779, June 24, 1909.) 

Rural tragedy. 1-8. (H 128426- 
128433, June 16, 1909. ) 

Whole world kin. 1-3. (H 128780- 
128782, June 24, 1909.) 

Wife's ordeal. 1-5. (H 128138- 
128142, June 7, 1909. ) 

Elliott (Chas. H.) co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [17801 

(F 77492, June 11, 



Kappa Theta. 
1909. ) 

Elliott (James M.), Chicago, 111. 

[17802 
Gary. (F 77528, June 11, 1909.) 

Engstrom (Paul A.), Cannon Falls, 

Minn. [17803 

Cannon Falls, Minn. Colville statue. 

(H 128116, June 7, 1909; 2 c. July 2, 

1909.) 

Evans (Harry), Lake View, Ohio. 

[17804 
Eagles nest on Crane island, Indian 
lake. (II 128311. June 12, 1909.) 

270 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS, ETC. 
nos. 26-30, July. 1909 



17872 



Farnham (T. C), Harriinan, Tenn. 

[17S05 
Oakdale, Tenn. (H 12S765. June 24. 
1909.) 

Faulkner (C. W.) & co.. ltd.. Lon- 
don. England. [17S08 
Wesley (John) preaching on the 
steps of a market cross: by William 
Hatherell. (F 76785. May 21, 1909; 
2 c. May 22, 1909.) 

Fearn (W. B.), McCook, Nebr. [5 
photographs] [17S07-17811 

Burlington engine 2810 and shop 
workmen. A, B. — McCook high school 
boys band. — Old and new engines. 
Front view, side yiew. (H 128489- 
128493, June 17, 1909.) 

Feeser (John G.), Hanover, Pa. 

[17812 
Taft (President Wm. H.), Hanover, 
Pa. (H 129232, June 29, 1909; 1 c. 
June 24, 1909, 1 c. June 29, 1909.) 

First Methodist Episcopal church. 
Sterling, Colo. [17813 

Sterling, Colo., Perspective of pro- 
posed M. E. church. (F 77459, June 
10, 1909.) 

Fitch (W. T.), Fort Bragg, Cal. [3 
photographs] [17814-17816 

Automobile stages to Fort Bragg. — 
Driving private car through to Fort 
Bragg. — Stage coaches in the Red- 
lands. (H 128053-128055, June 5, 
1909.) 
Floe (Easton), Blue Earth, Minn. 

[17S17-17824 

Blue Earth, Minn. (H 129201, June 
28, 1909.) 

1-5. (H 129486, 129488-129491, 

July 2, 1909.) 

Blue Earth river. 5. (H 129487, 
July 2, 1909.) 

10. (H 129202, June 28, 1909.) 

Fox (F. S. & M. V.), Chicago. 111. 

[17825-17828 

McFarland (J. P. Packey) 1-4. (H 
128122-128125, June 7, 1909.) 
Fbohman (Charles), New York, N. Y. 
[17829-17840 

Adams (Maud) 4-11. (H 128190- 
128197, June 11, 1909.) 

as Joan of Arc. 12-15. (H 

128396-128399, June 16, 1909. ) 
P'rost (Frank), Hagerman, N. Mex. 

[17841. 17842 

Money makers. (H 128404, June 16, 
1909. ) 

Orchard perfection. ( H 128403, June 
16. 1909.) 



Gilbert (Calvin H.), Independence, 
Iowa. [5 photographs] 

[17843-17847 
Big Tree Bend.— B oat club 
grounds. — C. R. I. and P. depot. — Mo- 
tor boating on the Wapsipincon. — Rev- 
erie. (H 128910-128914. June 25, 
1909.) 

Glasier (Fred W.)> Brockton. Mass. 
[17848, 17849 

Spilt sky. (H 128635, June 21, 
1909.) 

Sweet's concert band. (H 128636, 
June 21, 1909.) 

Goodman (Charles). Bluff. Utah. 

[17850, 17851 
Bluff City, Utah, artesian wells 2, 3. 
(H 129467. 129468. July 2, 1909.) 

Goodwin bros.. New York. N. Y. 

[17852 
Verite sans peur. (F 77220. June 5, 
1909; 2 c. May 17. 1909.) 

Gorham co.. New York. N. Y. [17853 
Elk's creed. i'H 129235. June 29, 
1909.) 

GOTTSCHALK (P. E. F 

Lyre (The) 
1909; 2 c. June 30, 1909.) 

Gould (Helen Miller). Tarrytown, 
N. Y. [3 photographs] 

[17855-17857 
Busy hour. — Crocheting. — In the sun 
parlor. (H 128126-128128. June 7, 
1909.) 

Gray (Lucien). Eureka Springs, Ark. 
[6 prints] [17858-17863 

Eureka Springs, Ark. 1-3. — Grand 
falls, near Eureka Springs, Ark. A, 
B. — Sliding Rock falls, near Eureka 
Springs, Ark. (F 77135-77140, June 
29, 1909.) 

Greene (A. S.), Port Jefferson, N. Y. 

[17864 
Lodge, Belle Terre. (H 12S669, 
June 22, 1909.) 

Greene (J. Edward B.), Pasadena, 
Cal. [17865-17868 

Muir (John) A-D. (H 1280S0- 
128083, June 7, 1909.) 

Gross (Edward). New Rochelle, N. Y. 
[4 prints] [17869-17872 

Courtship as it is. — Courtship as it 
was. — What's the trouble Bobby. — 
Why do you pass the roses, dear. (F 
77224-77227. June 5, 1909: 2 c. of 
each June 7, 1909.) 



Buffalo. N. Y. 
[17854 
(G 21581. May 15, 



271 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIES 



17873 



pt. iv, ii. s., v. 4 



GROSSET & DlJNLAP, 

Motor girl. (F 
1909.) 



New York, N. Y. 

[17873 

78154, June 30, 



Gustin (E. W.). New York, N. Y. 

[17874, 17875 
We are engaged. (F 77721, June 

17, 1909.) 

Why did I ever get married. (F 

77722, June 17, 1909.) 

Hahn (Lewis), Salem, Oregon. [8 
prints] [17876-17883 

First beast. — Flying angel. — Fourth 
beast. — Gate of hell. — Judgment day 
of the wicked. — New Jerusalem. — 
Second beast. — Woman on the beast in 
the wilderness. (F 77712-77719, June 
1, 1909.) 

Haid (Max), Chicago, 111. [17884 

Merry Xmas, happy New Year. (F 
77889, June 23, 1909.) 

Haines photo co., Conneaut, Ohio. 

[17885-17897 

Binghamton, N. Y. (H 128322, June 
14, 1909.) 

Carlisle, Pa., U. S. Indian school. 
(H 128638, June 21, 1909; 2 c. June 19, 
1909.) 

Cleveland, Ohio. (H 129211, June 
28, 1909; 2 c. June 26, 1909.) 

Harrisburg, Pa., Pennsylvania steel 
co. (H 128639, June 21, 1909; 2 c. 
June 19, 1909.) 

Philadelphia, Pa. 1, 2. (H 128324, 
128325, June 14, 1909.) 

Reading, Pa. 1. (H 128326, June 14, 
1909.) 

2. (H 129212, June 28, 1909; 2 

c. June 26, 1909.) 

Textile machine works. (H 

128640, June 21, 1909; 2 c. June 19, 
1909.) 

Scranton. Pa. 1. (H 128327, June 
14, 1909.) 

Trenton, N. J. (H 128323, June 14, 
1909. ) 

Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 1, 2. (H 128328, 
128329, June. 14, 1909.) 

Hamilton (S. P.), Chicago, 111. 

[17898-17917 
Chicago, 111. 1-20. (H 128525- 
128544, June 18, 1909.) 

Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. [17918 
Limited mail. (H 128648, June 21, 
1909. ) 



Harvey (Fred), Kansas' City, Mo. 

[17919-17928 

Apache canyon near Lamy, N. Mex. 
(H 129431, July 1, 1909.) 

Apache warrior at Navaho Rio, Ariz. 
(H 128673, June 22, 1909.) 

Apaches halting for water at Rio 
Navaho, Ariz. (H 128674, June 22, 
1909. ) 

Buffalo Calf, a Jicarilla Apache In- 
dian. (H 128675, June 22, 1909.) 

Grand canyon, Ariz., Hotel El Tovar, 
dining room. (F 78066, June 28, 1909.) 

In Apache land, Ariz. (H 128672, 
June 22, 1909.) 

Jicarilla Apache chief, Ariz. (H 
128676, June 22, 1909.) 

Lamy, N. Mex. (H 129430, July 1, 
1909.) 

Montera Cabezon, an Apache Indian, 
Ariz. (H 128677, June 22, 1909.) 

Old Spanish convent near Lamy, 
N. Mex. (H 129432, July 1, 1909.) 

Hatcher pub. co., Macon, Ga. [7 
photographs] [17929-17935 

Brook-side. — Country road. — Edge of 
town. — In the valley. — Quiet stream. — 
Setting sun.— Waycross. (H 129353- 
129359, July 1, 1909.) 

Hellmich (Bernhard), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. [17936 

New York, N. Y., Singer tower at 
night. (H 128384, June 16, 1909.) 

Higgins (Chas. M.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[17937 
Voice of the ages. (G 21783, June 
8, 19C<9.) 

Hirth (Edgar A.), Waukon, Iowa. 

[17938-17944 

Upper Iowa power co. dam 1, 2. 
(H 129347, 129348, June 30, 1909.) 

Waukon, Iowa. 1-5. (H 129342- 
129346, June 30, 1909.) 
Hispanic society of America, New 
York, N. Y. [88 photographs.] 

[17945-18032 

Arabic candelabrum. — Casserole 
Spanish. — Cinerary urn. — Doorway 
Moorish art. — Forestier (General 
Henri) ; by Francisco Goya y Lu- 
cientes. — Fragment Gothic sculpture. 
1-3. — Fragment Gothic tomb. — Gothic 
fragments. — Granzon (Sehor) ; by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. — Hispanic 
society of America. 1-6. — Jointed 
wooden figure. — Neolithic pottery. 1, 
2. — Ostensorium. 2, 3. — Renaissance 
sculpture. — Scapularies. — Spanish crys- 
tal crucifix. — Spanish paten. 1, 2, — 



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nos. 20-30, July, 1909 



18072 



Hispanic society of America — Cont'd. 
Spanish silver. — Spanish silver pitch- 
er. — Spanish wood carving. 1, 2. — 
Yargueiio. — Virgin and child; by Luis 
Morales. (H 12S454-12S486, June 17, 
1909. ) 

Carved ivory. — Carved wooden fig- 
ure. — Carved wooden panel. 2. — Cus- 
todia Spanish.— Early Spanish pot- 
tery. 1-10. — Fragments renaissance 
sculpture. 1. 2. — Neolithic pottery 
Spanish. 1-3. — Ostensorium. 4. — 
Paces. Spanish. — Pax and Agnus Dei 
scapulary. — Polychrome carved ivory. 
Spanish. — Polychrome wooden figure. 
4, 5. — Polychrome wooden figures. — 
Portion Roman lamp. — Renaissance 
tomb, Cu§llar. — Silver figure. Span- 
ish. — Silver plate. Spanish. — Spanish 
polychrome statuette. 1, 2. — Spanish 
polychrome statuettes. (H 128547- 
128579. June 19, 1909.) 

Ana de Mendoza. — Bust of man ; by 
Bartolome Estevan Murillo. — Christ, 
standing figure with staff ; El Greco. — 
Good Shepherd ; by Bartolome Este- 
van Murillo. — Head and shoulders of 
a cardinal ; by Diego Rodriguez Velaz- 
guez. — Holy family ; El Greco. 2. — 
Holy family with female saint bring- 
ing basket of eggs; by Luis Morales. — 
Huntington (Mrs. Archer M.) ; by 
Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. — Isabel de 
Borbon. — Isabella of Portugal. — Joy- 
ous group seated on huge tree trunk ; 
by Francisco Goya y Lucientes. — 
Maria of Hungary. — Mora y Villalta 
(Don Alonso de) ; ascribed to Juan de 
Pareja. — Panel from an altar piece. — 
Philip IV. of Spain. — St. Gregory on 
a throne.— St. Gregory saying mass. — 
Six panels from an altar piece. — Span- 
ish lady. — Tweed (Mr. Charles H.) ; 
by Joaquin Sorolla y Bastida. — Via 
Crucis; by Juan de Valclez Leal. — 
Vision of St. Francis, sketch for; by 
Bartolome Estevan Murillo. (H 129276- 
129297, June 30, 1909.) 

Hoffmann (August), Milwaukee, Wis. 

[18033 
Always busy Chestnut st. (F 78048, 
June 28, 1909. ) 

HOLLINGS WORTH (W. W.) & GRIFFITH 

(W. G.), Bessemer. Ala. [18034 

Evolution of the African race. (F 

77516, June 1. 1909.) 

Hopkins (Kathrine). San Francisco. 

Cal. [18035. 18036 

Lytell (Mr. Bertram) (H 128179, 

June 10, 1909.) 

Vaughan (Miss Evelyn) (H 128180, 
June 10. 1909.) 



Horner (Carl J.), Ashmont, Mass. 

[18037 
Miller bros. 101 ranch. (H 128877, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Hotchkiss (Charles Wilcox), Chi- 
cago, 111. [18038 
Shoppenegons. (F 78191, June 14, 
1909.) 

Housh co., Boston, Mass. [18 photo- 
graphs] [18039-18056 
Avalon. 1, 2. — Bagged. — Catalina. 
1-4. — Contoocook (The) — Contoocook 
river. — In for the night. — Looking 
pretty. — River (The) — San Diego mis- 
sion. — Shady nook. — Stormy time. — 
Sunrise. — Sunset. — Winthrop, sunset. 
(H 129255-129272, June 29, 1909.) 

Hudson-Fulton celebration commis- 
sion, New York, N. Y. [18057 
Hudson Fulton celebration medal- 
lion. (H 128681, June 23, 1909; 1 c. 
June 18, 1909, 1 c. June 23, 1909.) 

Hutchinson (H. S.) & co., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. [18058-18063 
Fairhaven, Mass., Unitarian memo- 
rial church. 1-6. (H 129433-129438, 
July 1, 1909.) 

International committee, Young 

men's Christian assn., Norfolk, 

Va. [18064-18065 

Norfolk, Va., lobby, naval Y. M. C. A. 

A, B. (H 125532, 125533, Apr. 9, 

1909.*) 

International order of King's daugh- 
ters AND SONS, MO. BRANCH, St. 

Louis, Mo. [18066 

Mexico, Mo., King's daughters home 
for aged women. (F 78155, June 30, 
1909.) 

Jessurum (E. C), New York, N. Y. 

[18067 
United singers of New York city. 
(H 128684, June 23, 1909.) 

Johnson (Ben W.), Seattle, Wash. 

[18068 
Seattle public schools. Living flag. 
(H 128400, June 16, 1909.) 

Johnston (James B.), Bisbee, Ariz. 

[18069 
We ain't a bad bunch of Indians. 
(F 77600, June 15, 1909; 2 c. May 20, 
1909.) 

Johnston (R. R.), Columbus, Ohio. 

[18070-18072 
Queen and her puppies. 1-3. (H 
128117-128119, June 7, 1909.) 



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18073 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Johnston (R. W.) studios, Pittsburg, 
Pa. [18073-18077 

Associated western Yale clubs fifth 
annual meeting. (H 128685, June 23, 
1909.) 

East Brady. Pa. (H 128999, June 
26, 1909.) 

Notables at Founders' day celebra- 
tion, Carnegie institute. (H 126466, 
May 3, 1909.*) 

Taft (President) group at Allegheny 
country club. (H 129000, June 26, 
1909. ) 

under the eagle. (H 128121, 

June 7, 1909.) 

Jones (Ethel P.). Red Wing, Minn. 

[18078 
Holland. (F 77685, June 14, 1909.) 

Jones (Wm, H.), Kansas City, Mo. 

[18079-18096 

Excelsior Springs. Mo. (H 128505, 
June 17, 1909.) 

Farm and city life. (H 128102, 
June 7, 1909.) 

Kansas City, Mo. 1-13. (H 128103- 
128115, June 7, 19G9.) 

1, 2. (H 128506. 128507, June 

17, 1909.) 

Leavenworth, Kans., Soldiers' home. 
(H 128508, June 17, 1909. 

Jones (Wm. H.), Wabash. Ind. 

[18097-18106 
Mullin (George). 1-9. (H 128613- 

128621, June 19. 1909 : 2 c. of each June 
21, 1909.) 

Mullin's (George) little daughter 
showing him the pennant. (H 

128622, June 19, 1909; 2 c. June 21, 
1909.) 

Joenson (John B.). Terry, Mont. 

[18107-18115 
Tribe Yankton Sioux. 1-9. (H 
128443-128451, June 16, 1909.) 

Judge co., New York. N. Y. 

[18116, 18117 
Only way to eat an orange. (F 
77470, June 10. 1909.1 

Third degree. (F 77326, June 7, 
1909.) 

Justis (Mrs. Robert Clay), Brandy- 
wine Springs. Del. [18118 
Brandy wine Springs. (F 77491, 
June 11, 1909.) 
Kaplan (Rose), New York, N. Y. 

[18119-18154 
[Fortune teller series.] 1-12. (F 
78021-78032, June 26, 1909.) 



Kaplan ( Rose ) —Continued. 

How can you do it? 1-12. (F 
77891-77902, June 23, 1909.) 

[Suggestions for lovers from the 
jungle.] 1-12. (F 78033-78044, June 
26, 1909.) 

Kapp (John O.), Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[18155 

Father Time. (F 77766, June 19, 
1909.) 
Kapp (M.), Denver, Colo. 

18156-18157 

Cheer up, 'tmay not be true. (F 
77534, June 14, 1909; 2 c. June 25, 
1909.) 

Rowing not drifting. (F 77535, June 
14, 1909 ; 2 c. June 25, 1909.) 
Kent (Nelson H.), Washington, D. C. 

[18158 

Pair of canvasback ducks. (H 
128760, June 24, 1909.) 
Kerfoot (John Barrett), Freehold, 
N. J. [18159 

Grizzly bear at bay. (H 128023, 
June 5, 1909.) 

Keystone view company, Meadville, 
Pa. [18160-18427 

Adana, Asiatic Turkey. 10966, 
10967. (H 129174, 129175, June 26, 
1909.) 

Apley castle. Shropshire, England. 
13146. (H 128822, June 24, 1909.) 

Austin, Texas. 16576. (H 129058, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Beet sugar industry. 20213. (H 
12S788, June 24, 1909.) 

Berlin, Germany. 10354, 10355. (H 
129168, 129169, June 26, 1909.) 

Bingham Canyon, Utah. 16538. (H 
128794, June 24, 1909.) 

Blackpool, Great Britain. 13142. 
(H 128818, June 24, 1909.) 



11794. 



(H 



Severn 
13144. 



val- 
(H 



(H 129046, 



Bonsecours, France. 
12S844, June 24, 1909.) 

Bridgeworth and the 
lev, Shropshire, England 
12S820, June 24, 1909.) 

Buffalo, N. Y. 16574. 
June 26. 1909.) 

Canadian winter sports. 11475, 
16263-16265, 16272-16277, 16281-16291, 
16295-16298. (H 129048, 129051- 
129053, 129074-129079, 129083-129093, 
129097-129100. June 26, 1909.) 

Champion Belgian stallion of Amer. 
190S. 21506. (H 129109, June 26, 
1909.) 

Chatsworth, England. 13145. (H 
128821, June 24, 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 28, 1909. 



274 



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nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



18421 



Keystone view company — Continued. 

Chinkiang, China. 12094. (H 
120743, Dec. 30, 190S.) 

Constantinople, Turkey. 10962- 

10965. (H 129170-129173, June 26, 
1909.) 

Dallas. Texas. 165S4. (H 129066, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Darins leap across a chasm of Mt. 
Mnemosvne. Colo. 16530. (H 128797, 
June 24. 1909.) 

Dutch belted cattle. 21541. 21542. 
(H 129135, 129136. June 26, 1909.) 

Edinburgh, Scotland, looking west 
from Carlton hill. 12709. (H 128827, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Eldorado Springs, Colo. 14247. (H 
12S796, June 24, 1909. 

Erie. Pa. 16575. (H 129047, June 
26, 1909.) 

First cornpanv Filipino constabulary. 
10091. (H 120646, Dec. 30. 1908.) 

Flycatcher sitting on its nest. 
21204. (H 128807, June 24, 1909.) 

Fort Collins, Colo. 20214. (H 
1287S9, June 24, 1909.) 

Fort Niagara. 16545-16548. (H 
129017-129020, June 26, 1909.) 

Fortress Monroe, Ya. 16569, 16570. 
(H 129041, 129042. June 26, 1909.) 

Galloway cow. 21568. (H 129161, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Galveston. Texas. 16577. (H 

129059, June 26, 1909.) 

Hale (Nathan) statue. New York, 
N. Y. 16522. (H 120762, Dec. 30, 
1908.) 

Hampton, Ya. 16571. (H 129043, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Hampton Roads, Ya. Home-coming 
of the fleet. Feb. 22, 1909. 16585- 
16589. (H 129067-129071, June 26, 
1909.) 

Harvesting wheat in old England. 
13149. (H 128825. June 24, 1909.) 

Heber. Utah. 16537. (H 128793, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Hedgehog and its young. 21207. 
(H 128810, June 24, 1909.) 

Holstein bull. 21504. (H 128814, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Holstein cattle. 21537. 21538. (H 
129131, 129132, June 26, 1909.) 

Jamestown island, Ya. 16541, 
16542. (H 129013, 129014, June 26, 
1909.) 

Japotlan. Jalisco. Mexico. 16113. 
(H 120803, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

2 c. of each June 28, 1909. 



Keystone view company — Continued. 

Jersey cattle. 21512, 21515, 21517, 
21519-21522. (H 129005, 129008, 
129010, 129012, 129114-129116, June 
26, 1909.) 

Jette (Sir Louis) 16260. (H 
120760, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

King of beasts in captivity. 16533. 
(H 12S787, June 24, 1909.) 

Ludlow. England. 13143. (H 
128819, June 24, 1909.) 

Mantes, France. Cathedral. 11797. 
(H 128847, June 24, 1909.) 

Montreal. Canada. 16262, 16292, 
16294. (H 129050, 129094. 129096, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Midwinter carnival, 1909. 16261, 

16266-16271, 16278-16280, 16293, 
16299-16301. (H 129049. 129054- 
129057, 129072. 129073, 1290S0-129082, 
129095, 129101-129103, June 26, 1909.) 

Mountain road in the lake district, 
England. 13148. (H 128824, June 24, 
1909.) 

Nest ang eggs of the marsh warbler. 
21203. (H 128806, June 24, 1909.) 

Nest and eggs of the sparrow-hawk. 
21201. (H 128804, June 24, 1909.) 

New York state fairs. 1905-1908 
prize cattle. 21500, 21505. (H 128811, 
128815, June 24. 1909.) 

21509, 21510, 21526, 21535, 

21540. 21543. 21558, 21560, 21570- 
21574. (H 129112, 129113. 129120, 
129129, 129134, 129137, 129151, 129153, 
129163-129167, June 26, 1909.) 

Niagara. 16598-16600. (H 129176- 
129178. June 26, 1909.) 

Niagara River ice pack, April, 1909. 
16597. (H 129004, June 26, 1909.) 

Nightingale on its sheltered nest. 
21200. (H 128S03, June 24, 1909.) 

One of the mines in the vicinity of 
Eureka. Utah. 16534. (H 128790, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Osborne house. Isle of Wight, B. I. 
13150. (H 12S826, June 24, 1909.) 

Oxford. England. 13147. (H 
128823, June 24, 1909.) 

Pacific fleet on its visit to Portland, 
Oregon. 14265. (H 120649, Dec. 30, 
1908.) 

Panama Canal Zone, work on canal, 
etc. 20877-20891. (H 12S849-12SS63, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Paris, France. 1603, 1625, 3104, 
11781-11788. (H 128828-128838. June 
24. 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 28, 1909. 



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18428 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Keystone view company — Continued. 

Peking, China. 12095. (H 128799, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Portland rose festival, June, 1908. 
14266-14270. (H 120650-120654, Dec. 
30, 1908.) 

Provo City, Utah. 16536. (H 
128792, June 24, 1909.) 

Rawlins, Wyo. 16539. (H 128795, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Richmond, Va. 16561-16568. (H 
129033-129040, June 26, 1909.) 

Rouen, Prance. 11790-11793. (H 
128840-128843, June 24, 1909.) 

St. Denis, France, Cathedral. 11795, 
11796. (H 128845, 128846, June 24, 
1909.) 

Salt Lake City. Utah. 16535. (H 
128791, June 24, 1909.) 

San Antonio, Texas. 16578-16583. 
(H 129060-129065, June 26, 1909.) 

Select societv in the barnyard. 
11474. (H 120761, Dec. 30, 1908.) 

Song thrush on a secluded nest in a 
privet hedge. 21205. (H 128808, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Spectacular feat of Ivy Balawin, El- 
dorado Springs, Colo. 16531. (H 
12S798, June 24, 1909.) 

Taft inauguration, Mar. 4, 1909. 
16590-16596. (H 129104-129107, 

129001-129003, June 26, 1909.) 

Taku forts along the Pei-ho River, 
China. 12097. (H 128801, June 24, 
1909.) 

Tien-tsin, China. 12096. (H 128800, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Toronto national exhibition, 1908, 
prize cattle. 21501,21503. (H 128812, 
128813, June 24, 1909.) 

21502, 21513, 21514, 21516, 

21518, 21523-21527, 21528-21534, 
21536, 21539, 21544-21555, 21557, 
21559, 21561-21567, 21569. (H 129108, 
129006, 129007, 129011, 129117-129119, 
129121-129128, 129130, 129133, 129138- 
129150, 129152, 129154-129160, 129162, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Torpedo-boat flotilla in Portland 
•harbor, Oregon. 16540. (H 128802, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Trouville-sur-Mer, France. 11798. 
(H 128848, June 24, 1909.) 

Unsuccessful attempt to corner the 
apple market. 16532. (H 128786, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Versailles, France, Palace. 11789. 
(H 128839, June 24, 1909.) 

Warwick, England. 13140. 13141. 
(H 128816, 128817, June 24, 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 28, 1909. 



Keystone view company— Continued. 

Washington, D. C. 16572, 16573. 
(H 129044, 129045, June 26, 1909.) 

Waterford, Pa. 16549, 16550. (H 
129021, 129022, June 26, 1909.) 

West Michigan state fair, percheron 
stallions. 21507. 21508. (H 129110, 
129111, June 26, 1909.) 

Williamsburg, Va. 16551-16560. 
(H 129023-129027, June 26, 1909.) 

Yorktown, Va. 16543, 16544. (H 
129015, 129016. June 26, 1909.) 

Young magpies just from the home 
nest. 21206. (H 128809, June 24, 
1909.) 

Young sparrow hawks at home. 
21202. (H 128805, June 24, 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 28, 1909. 



ton, Miss. 
Arnold (Moses) 
(H 128331, June 14, 

King (Moses), New 



New York 
76911, May 25. 



stock 
1909; 



Knabe (Wm.) & co. 



Kilroy ( Richard T. J. ) , North Abing- 

[18428 
memorial tablet. 
1909. ) 

York, N. Y. 

[18429 

exchange. ( F 

2 c. June 9, 1909. 

New York, N. Y. 
[18430 
Le Baron (Louise) at piano. (H 
129206, June 28, 1909. 

Knoedler (E. L.), New York, N. Y. 

[18431 
Lavinia, Countess Spencer; by Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. (F 77795, June 21, 
1909. ) 

Knoedler (M.) & co., New York, N. Y. 
[18432, 18433 

Countess of Warwick and her chil- 
dren ; by George Romney. (F 77598, 
June 15, 1909.) 

Marchesa Cattaneo ; by A. Van 
Dyck. (F 77027, June 1, 1909; 2 c. 
May 29, 1909.) 

Koeber (Paul C), New York, N. Y. 
[15 prints] [18434-18448 

California. — Georgia. — Kentucky. — 
Michigan. — Oregon. — Pennsylvania. — 
Texas. — Virginia. ( F 77460-77467, June 
10, 1909.) 

Alabama. — Florida. — Kansas. — 
Louisiana . — Massachusetts. — New 
York.— Ohio. (F 78092-78098, June 
29, 1909. ) 

Koehler (Joseph), New York, N. Y. 

[18449 
Hudson-Fulton celebration. 1909. 
(F 77108, June 2, 1909.) 

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nos. 26-30. July, 1909 



1851.8 



Kobnmann, Cohen & Ettlinger, New 
York, N. Y. [1S450, 1S451 

Library scene. (F 77489, June 11, 
1909.) 

Winter scene. (F 77490, June 11, 
1909.) 

La Certe (I. A.), Wausau, Wis. 

[18452 
Wausau, Wis., St. Stephens Evan- 
gelical Lutheran church. (H 128680, 
June 23, 1909 ; 1 c. June 23, 1909 ; 1 c. 
June 14, 1909.) 

La Marche (B. ), Racine, Wis. 

[18453, 1S454 
Tecktoniovs (Leo) front view, side 
view. (H 129203, 129204, June 28, 
1909. ) 

Lambin-Wenigman co., Chicago, 111. 

[18455-18476 

American girl. 59, 60, 63. (F 74763, 
74764, 74767, Mar. 25, 1909. 

67, 68. (F 75019, 75020, Apr. 3, 

1909.) 

Lambin-Wenigman co., Chicago, 111. 

Birthday cards. 91-101. (F 77267- 
77277, June 7, 1909.) 

Juvenile subjects. 1-6. (F 77278- 
77283, June 7, 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 30, 1909. 

Leavitt (Edwin M.), Rutland, Mass. 
[18477-18479 

Rutland, Mass., Massachusetts state 
sanitorium. 1-3. (F 78177-78179, 
June 30, 1909.) 
Lenz (Wm.), Osakis, Minn. 

[18480-18487 

Boost for Osakis. (H 128155, June 
8, 1909.) 

Lake Osakis. 1-7. (H 128148- 
128154, June 8, 1909.) 

Levy (A. Hoyt), New York, N. Y. [7 
prints.] [18488-18494 

Diddle Diddle Duinplin my son 
John. — Goosey Goosey Gander. — Jack 
and Jill. — Simple Simon went a fish- 
ing. — There was a crooked man. — 
Three wise men. — Tom, Tom the pipers 
son. (F 77439-77445, June 9, 1909.) 

Lewin (Wm. O.), Yonkers, N. Y. 

[18495, 18496 
Yonkers, N. Y., police department. 
1, 2. (H 128376, 128377. June 15, 
1909.) 

Lewis (L. G.), Albert Lea. Minn. 

[18497 
Dippy Dope. ( F 77328, June 7, 1909 ; 
2 c. May 28, 1909.) 



Liebscher (Ernst). New York, N. Y. 

[18498 

At the psychological moment. (F 

76200. May 6, 1909 ; 2 c. June 14, 1909.) 

Life publishing co., New York, N. Y. 
[18499-18502 

C. Q. D! C. Q. D! (F 78078, June 
29, 1909.) 

Monkeying with the cards. (F 
77881, June 23, 1909.) 

Where your treasure is. (F 77882, 
June 23, 1909.) 

Witching hour. (F 77883. June 23, 
1909.) 

Line (A. A.), Carlisle, Pa. [18503 
Carlisle, Pa., Sesqui centennial 1901, 
arch on public square. (H 129302, 
June 30, 1909.) 

Linsley (William), Burlington, Vt. 

[18504 
Pittsford no. S. Rutland and Burling- 
ton railroad. (H 128623, June 21, 
1909.) 

Livermore & Knight co.. Providence, 
R. I. • [18505 

Tearful pussy. (G 21808, June 19, 
1909.) 

Livingston (J. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[18506 
Landor (A. Henry Savage). (H 
128653, June 21, 1909.) 

Loeffler (August), Tompkinsville, 
N. Y. [18507-18511 

Chicago (U. S. S.) (H 129239, June 
29, 1909.) 

Hartford (U. S. S.) (H 129240, June 
29, 1909.) 

Ohio (U. S. S.) (H 128682, June 23, 
1909.) 

Olympia (U. S. S.) (H 129241, 
June 29. 1909.) 

Tonopah (U. S. S.) (H 129242, 
June 29, 1909.) 

Lomen bros., Nome, Alaska. 

[18512-18515 
All Alaska sweepstakes. 1^. (H 
129325-129328, June 30, 1909.) 

Loomis (F. A.). Emporia, Kans. 

[18516 
Judge K. (H 128405, June 16, 1909.) 

Los Angeles Examiner, Los Angeles, 
Cal. [18517, 18518 

Second church of Christ, scientist. A. 
(F 77755, May 24, 1909.) 

B. (F 77756, June 18, 1909; 2 

c. May 24, 1909.) 



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18519 



pt. iv. n. s., v. 4 



McClearie (Wm.), Santa Rosa. Cal. 
[10 photographs] [18519-18528 

Armstrong woods. 6A, 9A. 10A. — 
Bohemian club house. — Bohemia 
grove. (H 128629-128631, 128627, 
128628, June 12, 1909: 2 c. of each 
June 7, 1909.) 

Camp vacation. — Eagle Nest near 
Guerneville. — Russian river from 
Graystone. — Scene near Graystone. — 
Scene near Montesano. (H 128369- 
12S373, June 14. 1909.) 

McClure (R. B.), New York. N. Y. 
[18529-18532 

Around the world with Dorothy 
Dot. (F 77321, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77576, June 14. 1909.) 

(F 77775, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78058, June 28, 1909.) 

Manawat (L. W. West). Jackson, 
Miss. [18533 

Negro lawvers of Mississippi. (H 
128737. June* 24, 1909.) 

Manhattan post card co.. Chicago, 
111. [18534-18537 

A12-A15. (F 77737-77740. June 18. 
1909 ; 2 c. of each Apr. 12, 1909. ) 

Marlin firearms. New Haven. Conn. 

[1853S 
Quail shooting in England. (G 
21798, June 18, 1909.) 

Martin (John) & co., Chicago, 111. [6 
chromos] [18539-18544 

Foretelling the future. — Growing up 
together. — Money magic. — Peace and 
security. — Start the baby right. — Three 
partners. (G 21846-21851. June 28, 
1909.) 

Matthews (Geo. E.), Buffalo. N. Y. 

[18545 
De Witt Clinton train. (H 128146, 
June 1, 1909: 1 c. June 1, 1909; 1 c. 
June 10, 1909.) 

Medlar (H. B.), Woodstock, 111 

[18546-18551 
Gilmartin (Rev. M. S.) a— f. (H 
12S032-128037, June 5, 1909.) 

Meek co., Coshocton, Ohio. [18552 
Cavalier (The) (G 21738, June 1, 
1909.) 

Meinert (D. C), Nazareth, Pa. 

[18553, 18554 

South Bethlehem. Pa.. Sayre park, 

nature's profile of the Father of our 

country. 1, 2. (H 128018. 128019, 

June 5. 1909.) 



Mench (Phil), Clear Lake, Iowa. 

[18555, 18556 

Combination views. (H 128875, 
June 24, 1909.) 

Princess (The) (H 12S876, June 24, 
1909.) 

Metz (C. H.), Waltham, Mass. 

[18557 
Metz plan car. (F 77890, June 23, 
1909.) 

Meyers (A. R.). Watertown, Wis. 

[18558-18566 
Lewis (G. B.) co. fire, June 20, 1909. 
1-9. (H 128866-128874. June 24, 
1909. ) 

Mezzo-gravcre co.. New York, N. Y. 

[18567 
Half Moon and Clermont passing 
West Point. (F 77115, June 3, 1909; 
2 c. June IS, 1909.) 

Miller (J. F.), San Antonio, Tex. 

[18568 
San Antonio, Tex., West end lake. 
(H 12976, June 26, 1909.) 

Miller (W. F.), New York, N. Y. 

[18569-18604 
Auto series. 1-4. — Canoeing series. 
1-4. — Carriage series. 1-4. — Fishing 
series. 1-4. — Hammock series. 1-4. — 
Horseback series. 1—1. — Picnicking se- 
ries. 1-4. — Swinging series. 1-4. — 
Tennis series 1^. (F 78099-78134. 
June 29, 1909.) 

Millet (F. D.). Washington, D. C. 

[18605 
Exploration bv water. (F 77091, 
June 1, 1909; 2 c. June 19, 1909.) 

Miner (H. C.) lithographing CO., 
New York, N. Y. [18606, 18607 

Brighton summer girl. 14411. (G 
21497, Mav 1, 1909; 2 c. May 24, 
1909.*) 

Perfect servant. ( G 21792. June 15, 
1909; 2 c. June 30, 1909.) 

Minot paper co., Minot. N. Dak. 

[18608 
Minot public schools. (F 77875, 
June 23, 1909.) 

Moefat, Yard & co.. New York, N. Y. 
[18609-18614 

In deep water; by H. C. Christy. 
iF 77487, June 7, 1909.) 

Queen of clubs; bv Will Gref§. (F 
76226, May 5, 1909 ; 1 c. June 7, 1909, 
1 c. June 12, 1909.) 



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nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



18716 



Moffat, Yard & co. — Continued. 

Queen of diamonds; by Will Grefe. 
(F 76227, May 5, 1909; 1 c. June 7, 
1900. 1 c. June 12, 1909.) 

Queen of hearts; by Will Grefe. (F 
7622S. May 5, 1909 ; 1 c. June 7, 1909, 
1 c. June 12. 1909.) 

Queen of spades; bv Will Grefe. 
(F 76229, May 5, 1909'; 1 c. June 7, 
1909, 1 c. June 12, 1909.) 

Yellow peril; by Will Grefe. (F 
77488, June 7, 1909.) 

Moffett studio, Chicago, 111. [18615 
Jordan (Prof. David Starr). (H 
128185, June 10, 1909.) 

Moore (A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. [18616 
New York. N. Y. Madison square 
Presbyterian church. (H 128158, 
June 9, 1909.) 

Moore (A. W.), Vandergrift, Pa. 

[18617, 18618 
Apollo, Pa. (H 128887, June 25, 

1909.) 

Vandergrift Heights, Pa. (H 

128888, June 25, 1909.) 

Moore (Ruth Nicholas), Chicago, 
111. [18619 

He loves me, he loves me not. (H 
128022, June 5, 1909.) 
Moses (Ernest), Honolulu, Hawaii. 

[18620 

Honolulu, Hawaii, St. Andrew's 
cathedral, interior. (H 128318, June 
14, 1909; 2 c. May 8, 1909.) 
Munn & co.. New York, N. Y. 

[18621-18624 

If the Metropolitan tower were to 
fall. (F 77935, June 24, 1909.) 

Magnitude of the cotton industry. 
<F 77936, June 24, 1909.) 

Scientific American. Hudson-Ful- 
ton celebration. (F 77423, June 9, 
1909; 2 c. June 8, 1909.) 

Zeppelin II. is nearly as long as the 
battleship Louisiana. (F 77937, June 
24, 1909.) 
Nash (E.), Norwood, Ohio. 

[18625-18636 

Easter cross. A-F. (G 21817- 
21822, June 25, 1909.) 

St. Patrick. 5A-5F. (G 21823- 
21828, June 25, 1909.) 
National illustrating co., New York, 
N. Y. [4 prints] [18637-18640 

Hark, hark the dogs do bark. — Hey 
diddle diddle. — Humpty Dumpty. — Old 
King Cole. (F 77435-77438, June 9, 
1909.) 



Naval Young Men's Christian Asso- 
ciation, Norfolk, Va. [18641 
Norfolk branch, Naval Young men's 
Christian association. (H 125757, 
Apr. 14, 1909.*) 

New York Evening telegram (New 

York Herald company), Jersey 

City, N. J. [18642-18667 

Book-taught Bilkins. (F 77409, June 

8, 1909.) 

(F 77614, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77910, June 23, 1909.) 

(F 78151, June 29, 1909.) 

Dolby's double. (F 77592, June 14, 

1909.) 

(F 77793, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 77996, June 26, 1909.) 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. ( F 77348, 

June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77527, June 12, 1909.) 

(F 77594, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77751, June 18, 1909.) 

(F 77849, June 21, 1909.) 

(F 77979, June 25, 1909.) 

(F 78070, June 28, 1909.) 

Pazaza, its great. (F 77485, June 

10, 1909.) 

(F 77750, June 18, 1909.) 

(F 77945, June 24, 1909.) 

(F 78189, July 1, 1909.) 

Poor Jake. (F 77483, June 10, 

1909.) 

(F 77709, June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77946, June 24, 1909.) 

(F 78188, July 1, 1909.) 

Sentimental Sidney. (F 77347, June 

7, 1909.) 

(F 77593, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77848, June 21, 1909.) 

(F 78069, June 28, 1909.) 

New York Herald co., Jersey City, 
N. J. [18668-18716 

Buster Brown. (F 77185, June 3, 
1909; 2 c. June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77188, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 19, 1909.) 

(F 77943, June 24, 1909; 2 c. 

June 28, 1909.) 

Daily hint from Paris. (F 77345, 
June 7, 1909. ) 

(F 77349, June 7, 1909; 2 c. 

June 8, 1909.) 

(F 77408, June 8, 1909; 2 c. 

June 10, 1909.) 

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New York Herald co. — Continued. 

(F 77484, June 10, 1909.) 

(F 77486. June 10, 1909; 2 c. 

June 12, 1909.) 

(F 77526, June 12, 1909.) 

(F 77590, June 14, 1909.) 

( F 77595, June 14, 1909. ) 

(F 77596, June 14, 1909; 2 c. 

June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77615, June 15, 1909; 2 c. 

June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77710, June 16, 1909; 2 c. 

June 18. 1909.) 

(F 77749, June 18, 1909.) 

(F 77754. June 18. 1909; 2 c. 

June 19, 1909.) 

(F 77794. June 19. 1909; 2 c. 

June 21, 1909. ) 

(F 77846. June 21, 1909; 2 c. 

June 22, 1909.) 

(F 77909. June 23, 1909; 2 c. 

June 24, 1909.) 

(F 77938, June 24, 1909.) 

(F 77939, June 24. 1909; 2 c. 

June 25, 1909.) 

(F 77978. June 25. 1909: 2 c. 

June 26. 1909.) 

(F 77995, June 26, 1909; 2 c. 

June 28. 1909.) 

(F 78067, June 28, 1909.) 

(F 78152, June 29, 1909.) 

(F 78153, June 29, 1909; 2 c. 

July 1, 1909.) 

(F 78190, July 1, 1909.) 

Family groups make up large part 
of transatlantic travel. (F 78068, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Four new liners shown to-day. (F 
77591, June 14, 1909.) 

Johnny Quack and the Van Cluck 
twins. (F 77184, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 
June 14. 1909.) 

(F 77187. June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 19. 1909.) 

(F 77192. June 3. 1909; 2 c. 

June 19, 1909. ) 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 
77183, June 3, 1909; 2 c. June 14, 
1909.) 

- (F 77191, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 
June 19, 1909.) 



(F 77940, June 24, 1909; 2 c. 

June 28, 1909.) 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 
77186. June 3, 1909; 2 c. June 14, 
1909.) 



New York Herald co. — Continued. 

(F 77190, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 

June 19, 1909.) 

(F 77944, June 24. 1909: 2 c. 

June 28, 1909.) 

Spanish girl. (F 77802, June 21. 
1909.) 

Swedish girl. (F 77803. June 21, 
1909.) 

Terrors of the tiny tads. (F 77182, 
June 3, 1909 ; 2 c. June 14. 1909. ) 

(F 77189, June 3. 1909: 2 c. 

June 19, 1909.) 

(F 77941. June 24, 1909; 2 c. 

June 28, 1909.) 

Voyagers of June report pleasant 
weather. (F 77346, June 7, 1909.) 

Western girl. (F 77S04, June 21, 
1909.) 

Will welcome to port to-day two 
new mammoth steamships. (F 77847, 
June 21, 1909 ; 2 c. June 22, 1909.) 

Woo woo bird. (F 77942, June 24, 
1909; 2 c. June 28, 1909.) 

Young America and 4th July. 1, 2. 
(F 77752, 77753, June 18, 1909.) 

New York Times co., New York, N. Y. 

[18717-18719 

Impressions of the passing show. (F 

77613, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77845, June 21, 1909.) 

(F 78076, June 28, 1909.) 

Niemeyer (F. C), Dubuque, Iowa. 

[18720 
Meditation. (H 128375, June 15, 
1909.) 



North American co., Philadelphia, 
Pa. [18721-18724 

Dolly Florence and her cute little 
wardrobe. (F 77807, June 21, 1909.) 

Minstrel jumping jack. (F 77806, 
June 21, 1909.) 

Uncle Hiram's reception. (F 78091, 
June 29, 1909.) 

Whirligig. (F 77808, June 21, 1909.) 



Northern photo co., Wausau, Wis. 

[18725-18732 

Northern Wisconsin fisherman and 
his catch. (H 128884, June 25, 1909.) 

Somo river. 1, 2. (H 128885, 
128886, June 25, 1909.) 

Tomahawk, Wis. 1-5. (H 128879- 
128883, June 25, 1909.) 

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nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



18868 



Northwestern photo art co., Minne- 
apolis, Minn. [6 photographs.] 

[1S733-1S738 
Come and see us at Faribault. — 
Dogonnicetown, Faribault, Minn. — 
Fishing is good around Faribault. — 
Old and the new. — We are very much 
alive in Faribault. — We are wide awake 
at St. Marys. (H 12S33S-12S343, June 
14, 1909.) 

NOTMAN PHOTOGRAPHIC CO., Boston, 

Mass. [6 photographs.] 

[18739-18744 
Milan. Italy, Piazza Duomo and 
cathedral. — Paris, France, Place de la 
Concorde. — Rome, Italy. 1-3. — Venice, 
Italy, Grand canal. (H 129329-129334, 
June 30, 1909; 2 c. of each July 12, 
1909.) 

Nutting (Wallace), Southbury, Conn. 
[67 photographs] [18745-18811 

At the water's edge. — Berkshire 
meadow. — Between the birches. — Best 
of the birches. — Blossom bank. — By 
the mill. — By the orchard wall. — Croton 
banks. — Croton broads. — Favorite 
road. — Fisherman's luck. — Glimpse 
from the wood.— Glory of spring. — 
Harrisburg stream. — June birches. — 
Massachusetts birches. — May bowers. — 
'Neath apple and maple. — On the 
bank. — Pittsfield byway. — Pittsfield 
hedge. — Riverside grace. — Shadow 
brook. — Sleeping stream. — Summer 
sweeting. — Tracery of May. — White 
bordered way. — Woodland veil. — Yel- 
low Breeches creek. — York stream. (H 
128208-128237, June 11, 1909.) 

Affectionate greeting.— At the hill- 
top.— Bag and baggage. — Beauty and 
utility. — Birch fence. — Birch grove. — 
Birch lane. — Birch road. — Bordering 
the Passumpsic. — Browm study. — By 
the waterside. — Call in state. — Camp 
landing. — Comparing favors. — Down 
the lake. — Fashionable calash. — Going 
forth of Betty. — Highland pool. — Just 
birches. — Leaning birches. — Lookout 
point. — Maidenly pleasures. — Maple 
drive. — Mountain orchard. — Primp- 
ing. — Rapid transit. — Resting at the 
old stoop. — River curves. — Roadside 
glimpse. — Soft evening lights. — Tea on 
the back porch. — Third person arriv- 
ing. — Under birch shadows. — Valley 
orchard. — Waterf ord road. — Wil der 
pond.— Woodstock arch. (H 12S918- 
128954, June 25, 1909.) 

Ortox (Oporia Lionel). Trinidad, 
Colo. [18812-18819 

Penitentes near Trinidad, Colo. 1-8. 
<H 128752-128759, June 24, 1909.) 



Osborn & Osborne eng. co., Chicago, 
111. [18S20 

Silverton's cutlery assortment. (F 
77879, June 23, 1909.) 

Osborne co., New York, N. Y. [11 
prints] [18821-18831 

Glimpse of the Grand canal, Ven- 
ice. — Harvest time in Sussex. 1, 2. — 
Hot day. 1, 2. — New arrival at the 
inn. 1-3.— Shepherd ( The ) . — You 
mustn't listen. 1, 2. (F 77497-77507, 
June 11, 1909.) 

Otis lithograph co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
[20 chromos] [18832-18851 

Beverly of Graustauk. 1-6. — Don 
Philippini. — Traveling salesman. (G 
21571-21578, May 14, 1909; 2 c. of 
each May 15, 1905.*) 

Beverly of Graustauk. 12002.— Fool 
there was. 1200S. — Indianapolis motor 
speedway. 12270, 12280, 12290.— 
Mackay's European circus. 12140, 
12150, 12160A, 12160B, 12170A, 12170B. 
—Soul kiss. 12080. (G 21832-21836, 
21838-21844, June 26, 1909; 2 c. of 
each June 23, 1909.) 

Oxley (Walter T.), Fergus Falls, 
Minn. [18852, 18S53 

Fergus Falls, Minn. 1, 2. (H 
128749, 128750, June 24, 1909.) 

P. E. O., chapter K., Macomb, 111. 

[18854 
Daisy design for P. E. O. sisterhood. 
(H 129199, June 19, 1909.) 
Palmer (A. Ray), San Diego, Cal. 

[18855, 1S856 
Broken hearts mended. (H 128977, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Cupidity. (H 129469, July 2, 1909.) 
Palmiter (F. M.), Janesville, Wis. 
L3 prints] [18S57-18859 

Indian maiden. — Pair of rooters. — 
Traveler's dream. (F 77519-77521, 
June 12, 1909.) 
Paschen (Wm. E.), Princeton, 111. 

[18860-18865. 

Princeton, 111., Bureau county fair. 

1-6. (H 129480-129485, July 2, 1909.) 

Pelton (Herbert W.), Asheville, N. C. 

[18866, 18867 

Asheville at night. (H 128186, 

June 10, 1909.) 

Blue Ridge and Mt. Pisgah. (H 
129251, June 29, 1909.) 
Penick & Ford, ltd., Columbus, Ga. 

[18868 
Right over the home plate. (H 
12*626, June 21, 1909.) 



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18869 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Perkins (H. J.) co., Springfield, 

Mass. [18869 

Freshly picked. (F 77329, June 7, 
1909.) 

Petrik (G. J.). Gregory, S. Dak. [3 
photographs. ] [18870-18872 

Rosebud Indian. 

Rosebud Indian lady. 

We saw the reservation. 

(H 127474-127476. May 24. 1909; 
2 c. of each June 21, 1909.) 

Photo art shop, St. Paul, Minn. 

[18873-188S1 

Big one that didn't get away. (H 
12S064. May 26. 1909; 2 c. June 7, 
1909.) 

Feeding his pet. (H 128069, June 7, 
1909. ) 

Guess this is growing some. (H 
128068, June 7, 1909.) 

How's this for cabbage. (H 128063. 
May 26, 1909; 2 c. June 7, 1909.) 

Northern spys. (H 128065. May 26, 
1909.) 

Pickle crop is good. (H 128067, 
June 7, 1909.) 

Rabbits are scarce here. (H 128061, 
May 26, 1909.) 

Some good sized Murphys. (H 
128062, May 26. 1909; 2 c. June 7, 
1909. ) 

Some strawberries. (H 128070, June 
7, 1909.) 

Poage (C. D.). Pagosa Junction. Colo. 

[18882 
Supporting a mother and six chil- 
dren. (F 77517. June 12, 1909.) 

PORTOLA FESTIVAL (EXECUTIVE COM- 
MITTEE), San Francisco, Cal. 

[18883-18889 

Portola festival beauty queen. 1 & 
3. (H 128385-128387, May 26, 1909; 
1 c. of each May 20, 1909, 1 c. of each 
May 26, 1909.) 

2, 4-7. (H 128386, 128388- 

128391, May 26, 1909: 1 c. of each 
May 26, 1909. 1 c. of each June 15, 
1909.) 

Post printing and pub. co.. Denver, 

Colo. . [18S90 

Terrible Teddy tours. (F 77315, 
June 7, 1909.) 

Powell (Richard), London, England. 
[18891-18893 
Churchill (Lady Amelia Sophia), 
daughter of Marquis of Blandford. 
(F 78157, June 30, 1909.) 



Powell (Richard) — Continued. 

Churchill (Lady Elizabeth), daugh- 
ter of Marquis of Blandford. (F 
78158, June 30, 1909.) 

Sheffield (Lady) ; by Thomas Gains- 
boro. (F 78156, June* 30, 1909; 2 c. of 
each July 1, 1909.) 

Press pub. co., Los Angeles, Cal. 

[18894, 18895 

Elks' grand lodge reunion, Executive 
committee. 

Reunion bulletin. (F 77562, 77563, 
June 14. 1909; 2 c. of each June 26, 
1909.) 
Price (Ed. V.) & co., Chicago, 111. 

[18896, 18897 

Our counsellor. (F 78046, June 28, 
1909.) 

Our designer. (F 78047, June 28, 
1909.) 

Proctor (John P.), South Lvndeboro, 
N. H. [18898 

Broody hen of the forest. (H 
128501, June 17, 1909.) 
Quinby (Frederick J.) co., Boston, 
Mass. [18899-18904 

But now they pursued their way in 
silence. (F 77730, June 18, 1909.) s 

Good God ! They have smashed my 
husband. (F 77732, June 18, 1909.) 

Good heavens ! are we surrounded by 
robbers. (F 77728, June 18, 1909.) 

If I ever marry, monsieur, said 
Agathe, it will be according to my 
taste. (F 77729, June 18, 1909.) 

They saw him at a distance, drip- 
ping with water. (F 77731, June 18, 
1909.) 

Sale commenced. (F 77733, June 
18, 1909.) 

Rau (William H.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
[6 photographs] [18905-18910 

Georgia (U. S. B.) 27004, 27003.— 
Kansas (U. S. B.) 27002, 27001.— 
Michigan (U. S. B.). A 3522, A 3521. 
(H 129373-129378, July 1, 1909.) 

Reandeau (Henry J.). San Francisco, I 
Cal. [18911 

California poppy and elk. (G 21782, 
June 7, 1909 ; 2 c. May 8, 1909. ) 
Rixtschler (F. J.). Ann Arbor, Mich. | 
[18912. 18913 
Angell (Pres. Jas. B.) 5 A, 6 A. 
(H 129208, 129209, June 28. 1909.) 
Resler (R. E. ). West Palm Beach, 
Fla. [18914 

Lake Worth inlet, Fla.. Sunrise. (H 
12S251, June 12, 1909 ; 2 c. June 11, 
1909.) 



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nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



1S976 



Reyes (P. V.), Avalon. Cal. 

[18915-1S917 

Catalina isl., Cal., Jonah Jr. and 
Jew fish. (H 129440. July 1, 1909.) 

Santa Catalina isl., Cal. 1, 2. (H 
128344, 128345, June 14, 1909.) 

Rice (E. B.), Los Angeles. Cal. 

[18918-18920 
Babv African lions and foster mother 
Lucy. A-C. (H 129299-129301, June 
1. 1909.) 

Richards (Minor W.), Foley, Ala. 

[18921 
Foley, Ala.. Rnilroad depot. (H 
128751, June 24, 1909.) 

Richardson (J. Tyree), Roanoke, Ya. 

[18922 
Richardson (J. Tyree) (H 128666, 
June 22, 1909.) 

Richardson (Paul M. ), Pt. Townsend, 
Wash. [18923 

Alt. Raker from Pt. Townsend. (H 
129245, June 29, 1909.) 

Richey (Charles Gilbert), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. [18924,18925 

Will arriye on or about. (H 128380, 
June 15, 1909.) 

Will be oyer about — . (H 129200, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Robbins (Harry I.), Winthrop Reach. 

Mass. [18926 

You don't know beans until you 

come to Roston. (F 77508, June 11, 

1909. ) 

Rockwood ( Geo. G. ) , New York. N. Y. 
[18927, 18928 

Douglass (Stephen A.) (H 128503. 
June 17, 1909.) 

Washington (Rooker) (H 128502, 
June 17, 1909.) 

Rose (Frank L.). New York. N. Y. 

[18929 
Truce (A.) (F 77118, June 3, 1909; 
2 c. June 11, 1909.) 

Rude (A. D.) & son. New York. N. Y. 

[18930. 18931 

Modern fashions. Fall and winter. 

1909-1910. A, R. (G 21812, 21813. 

June 12. 1909.) 

Sackett & Wilhelais co.. Brooklyn. 
N. Y. [12 prints.] [18932-18943 
Afternoon in July. — Belle of the 
beach. — Firm hand. — For better or 
worse. — March winds. — May queen. — 
Morning ride. — Next dance with you. — 
Rah-rah-rah. — Ready for the race. — 
Shall I or shall I not. — Twelve o'clock. 
(F 77411-77422. June 9. 1909.) 



Sander (PuiLir), New York, N. Y. 
[17 prints] [18944-1S960 

Barabazon's aeroplane.— Clermont 
(The) — Dumont's (M. Santos) aero- 
plane. — Entrance of the Halve Maen 
into New York harbor. — Equevilley's 
(D') aeroplane. — Fort Amsterdam, 
now the Battery, in Kieft's days. — Gil- 
bert's aeroplane. — Hudson (Henry) 
taking possession of Manhattan island. 
— Hudson-Fulton celebration. 1609- 
1909.— Latest bat.— Manhattan island 
before the Dutch. — Motor driven war 
airship. — New York city hall when 
occupied by the English. — Public burn- 
ing of newspapers, 1733. — Purchase of 
Manhattan island from the Dutch. — 
Wright's (Wilbur) aeroplane. — Zep- 
plin's dirigible military airship. (F 
77351-77367, June 8, 1909.) 

Savage (M. W.), Minneapolis, Minn. 

[18961, 18962 

Dan Patch. 1:55. (H 128735, June 
23, 1909.) 

Minor Heir, 1 :59*. (H 128736, June 
23. 1909.) 

Schaefer (William F.), Pittsburg. 

Pa. [18963 

Dedication of Forbes field, Pittsburg 

vs. Chicago. (H 129352, July 1. 1909.) 

Schawang (Peter), Hibbing, Minn. 

[18964, 18965 

Hibbing, Minn. (H 129187, June 26, 
1909.) 

Hull, Rust and Mahoning mines. 

(H 128017. June 4. 1909; 1 c. June 4, 
1909, 1 c. June 26, 1909.) 

Schlitz cafe co., St. Joseph. Mo. 

[18966, 18967 

Dining room. (F 77531. June 14, 
1909.) 

Grill room. (F 77530, June 14, 
1909.) 

Schloss bros., New York. N. Y. [18968 
You orter see the other fellow. (F 
77757, June 19, 1909.) 

Schneider (F. A.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[18969 
Blowing bubbles. (G 21816, June 
25, 1909.) 

Schreyvogel (Chas.). Hoboken, N. J. 

[18970 
In safe hands. (H 128319. June 11, 
1909.) 

Scobie (Frank), Sleepy Eve, Minn. 

[18971-18976 
Evening. (H 128016, June 4, 1909.) 
Springfield. Minn. 1-5. (H 129470- 

12!!474. July 2. 1909.) 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 






Scofield (Eugene B.). Indianapolis, 
Ind. [18977-18979 

Sepia art smoke series. 1-3. (F 
76868-76870, May 24, 1909: 2 c. of 
each July 8, 1909.) 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, New 
York, N. Y. [18980, 1S981 

Meredith (George) ; by Amy Draper 
Sumner. (F 77350, June S, 1909.) 

Roosevelt (Theodore) and some 
members of his caravan. (H 128198, 
June 11, 1909.) 

Scull (Sarah Amelia), Smethport, 
Pa. [18982 

Aphrodite of Melos. 570. (Louvre) 
(H 128056, June 7, 1909.) 

Selz (William A.), Dayton, Ohio. 

[18983 
Selz memorial card. (F 78077. June 
29, 1909.) 

Seymour (Francis Henry George), 
Glen Cove, N. Y. [18984-18988 

Burnett ( Wm. H. ) 1-3. ( H 128238- 
128240, June 12, 1909.) 

of Locust Valley. 1, 2. (H 

128452, 128453, June 17, 1909.) 

Shaw (Harry B.), Garland, Utah. [5 
photographs.] [18989-18993 

Fairy and the gnome. — Lily of 
Utah. — Sego lily. — Sego lily at home. — 
Utah's lily. (H 129216-129220, June 
28, 1909.) 

Sheahan (Maurice T.), Brookline, 
Mass. [3 prints] [18994-18996 

De-parting on the square.— He's, a 
Mason on the square. — I love my girl, 
but Oh you kid. (F 77876-77878, 
June 23, 1909.) 

Sheffield (B. D.), Chicago, 111. 

[18997-18999 
Jackson Hole co.. Wyo.. Elk. 1-3. 
<H 128580-128582. June 19. 1909; 2 c. 
May 10, 1909.) 

Sibley (Frederick O.), Milford, X. Y. 

[19000-19003 

Cooperstown. N. Y. 1-4. (H 127996- 

127999, June 3. 1909 : 1 c. of each June 

3, 1909, 1 c. of each June 17, 1909.) 

Sigworth (Harry W.), Waterloo, 
Iowa. [19004.19005 

New way.— Old wav. (H 128624, 
128625, June 21, 1909; 1 c. of each 
June 4, 1909, 1 c. of each June 21, 
1909. ) 



Simmer (Alfred G.), Nome, Alaska. 

[19006-19008 
Nome, Alaska. 1-3. (H 128915- 
128917, June 25, 1909.) 

Simpson (A. L.), New York, N. Y. [9 
prints] [19009-19017 

I dare you. — I simply can't leave 
now. — Lots to do just now. — More to 
follow. — Sailor's snug harbor. — To my 
sweetheart. — Try it, it's good. — We're 
having a h — - of a time. — Will vou be 
mine. (H 128726-128734, June 23, 
1909.) 

Skelton (Edward O.), Boston, Mass. 

[19018 
Old pine. (H 129207, June 28* 1909 ; 
2 c. Apr. 7, 1909.) 

Skidmore (Carl V.), De Beque, Colo. 

[19019 

Bessie and Pete. (H 127056, May 
17, 1909; 1 c. May 4, 1909; 1 c. Mav 
17, 1909.*) 

Sleicher (J. A.), PRES., New York, 
N. Y. [19020-19044 

Another hair's breadth escape. (F 
77871, June 22, 1909.) 

At the ball game. (F 77371, June 8, 
1909.) 

Athletic parson and the Sunday ball 
game. (F 78055, June 28, 1909.) 

Elephant and the monkey. (F 78058, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Fat man and the mule. (F 77569, 
June 14, 1909.) 

How a lightning change artist made 
good use of his craft. (F 78053, June 
28. 1909.) 

How an acrobat out of work secured 
a soft berth. (F 77368, June 8, 1909.) 

How two bad boys gave the old man 
a scare. (F 77870, June 22, 1909.) 

Imitation is the sincerest flattery. 
(F 77369, June 8, 1909.) 

Inquisitive tiger and the sensitive 
plant. (F 77370, June 8, 1909.) 

Jack proved an invaluable ally. (F 
77698, June 16, 1909. ) 

Jehu Barker of Plug Crossing. (F 
77700, June 16, 1909.) 

Lazy Bill and the luscious apple. 
(F 77768, June 19, 1909.) 

Little Johnny and the Taffy 'pos- 
sums. (F 77309, June 7, 1909.) 

Nixv's little idea. (F 77868, June 
22, 1909.) 

Patent medicine advertisement and 
the nervous gentleman. (F 77325, 
June 7, 1909.) 



284 



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nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



19119 



Sleichek (J. A.), pres. — Continued. 

Professor Timid's first, last and only 
lion. (F 77701, June 16, 1909.) 

Questionable triumph. (F 7S054, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Rapid transit in the country. (F 
77769, June 19, 1909.) 

Right in it. (F 77699, June 16, 
1909.) 

Stinging retribution. (F 78052, June 
28, 1909.) 

Story of the pig. (F 77324, June 7, 
1909. ) 

Survival of the fittest. (F 77570. 
June 14, 1909.) 

Turn about is fair plav. (F 7S051, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Won by a neck. (F 77869, June 22, 
1909.) 



Smith (E. Boyd), Wilton, Conn. 

[19045, 19046 

Indians! See how they're painted. 

Whoop ! Hurrah ! That clown's a 
daisy. (F 77468, 77469, June 10. 1909 ; 
2 c. of each June 11, 1909.) 

Smith (Erwin E.), Bonhain, Tex. 

[19047 
Plunging broncho. (H 128310, June 
12, 1909.) 

Smith (J. K.), Milton, Vt. 

[19048, 19049 

Milton, Vt., Soldiers monument. 1, 

2. (H 128257, 128258, June 12, 1909.) 

Souter (J. W.)i New Sharon, Iowa. 

[19050, 19051 
New Sharon, Iowa. 1, 2. (H 
129323, 129324, June 30, 1909.) 

Spaerell print, Boston, Mass. [13 
prints] [19052-19064 

All is discovered. — Don't be a clam. — 
Don't butt in. — Don't take an overdose 
of the rest cure. — Either pull, bail or 
cut bait. — Make a noise like an auto. — 
One recipe for belly-achers. — Rest is 
rust. — Success comes in cans. — This 
for the hot air artist. — What is home 
without a latch-key. — Who's boss? — 
You can't pull out of trouble with 
this. (F 77960-77972, June 25, 1909.) 

Squires (C. F.), Lawrence, Kans. [11 
photographs.] [19065-19075 

Hiawatha (group).— Hiawatha and 
Minnehaha. 1, 2. — Hiawatha chief. 
1-3. — Hiawatha girls. — Minnehaha. 
1, 2. — Moon Beam. — Strong iVrm 
(Chief). (H 129221-129231, June 28, 
1909- * 



Stacey (BessB.), Chicago, 111. [19076 
Madonna. ( F 77258, June 7, 1909. ) 

Standard scenic co., Meadville, Pa. 

[19077-19084 
Austin, Tex. 3412, 3413.— San An- 
tonio, Tex. 3414-3417.— Taft inaugu- 
ration, Mar. 4, 1909. 3418, 3419. (H 
129179-129186, June 26, 1909; 2 c. of 
each June 28, 1909.) 



State publishing 
Mass. 



company, Boston, 
[19085-19119 
(F 



Ain't it just like a woman. 

77314, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77567, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77801, June 21, 1909.) 

■ (F 78049, June 28, 1909.) 

■ (F 78161, June 30, 1909.) 

All is not cold cream that's greasy. 

(F 77311, June 7, 1909.) 
Amos and Pete. (F 77312, June 7, 

1909.) 

(F 77313, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77564, June 14, 1909.) 

— (F 77565, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77800, June 21, 1909.) 

(F 78050, June 28, 1909.) 

Bugtown budget. (F 77432, June 9, 

1909.) 

Did Pete's kids score on the yowler 

boy. (F 77310, June 7, 1909.) 

Gink and Dink. (F 77431, June 9, 

1909.) 

(F 77608, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 78171, June 30, 1909.) 

Hornet bite is a kind of catnip in 

this instance. (F 77568, June 14, 

1909.) 

Pete is pie-eyed with pain. (F 

77566, June 14, 1909.) 

Puzzlebugs. (F 77429, June 9, 1909.) 

(F 77604, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77884, June 23, 1909.) 

Reggie Rahrah. (F 77434, June 9, 

1909.) 

(F 77606, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77886, June 23, 1909.) 

(F 78170, June 30, 1909.) 

Show me. (F 77430, June 9, 1909.) 

(F 77607, June 15, 1909.) 

(F 77885, June 23, 1909.) 

(F 78169, June 30, 1909.) 

Uxtra! Uxtra ! (F 77433, June 9, 

1909.) 

(F 77605, June 15, 1909.) 

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19120 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



State publishing company — Cont'd. 

(F 77887, June 23, 1909.) 

IF 7S172. June 30, 1909.) 

Yowler sees saw marks. (F 78162, 

June 30, 1909.) 

Stebbins (Georgiana), Hyattsville. 
Md. [19120 

Flas shall stay put. (F 77233. June 
5. 1909.) 

Stebbins (Nathaniel L.). Boston. 

Mass. [19121-19137 

Michigan (U. S. S.) 19352-19358, 

19360-19369. (H 12S293-128309. June 

12. 1909; 2 c. of each June 26. 1909.) 

Steiner (Emma R.). New York. N. Y. 
[19138-19142 

Great walrus hunt. 1-5. (H12S168- 
128172, June 9. 1909.) 

Steuer (Martha), New York, N. Y. 
[27 prints.] [19143-19169 

Caught with the goods. — Early bird 
catches the worm. — French clock says 
get together. — Happy moments. — How 
about a good backview? — How would 
you like to join us? — I don't care if 
you never come back. — I'll stand on 
my record ace high. — I'm coming, bag 
and baggage. — I'm yours if you guess. — 
I've got my eye on you. — I was afraid 
to come home in the dark. 6 a. m. — 
I wonder if he means business. — If the 
umbrella could only talk. — It comes 
high but we must have it. — Love me 
and the world is mine. — Not yet but 
soon. — Nothing doing. — Nothing like it 
in the right place. — Pleasure before 
business. — Say yes, and make me hap- 
py. — They'll be out soon. — Two soles 
that'll soon be one. — Waiting for the 
ma(i)le. — Will leave my happy home 
for you. — Working overtime. — You 
promised me that some day vou'll be 
mine. (H 128699-128725/ June 23, 
1909.) 

Stibb (George), United States. [5 
photographs] [19170-19174 

Kansas (U. S. S.) 1, 2.— Minnesota 
(IT. S. S.) 1, 2.— Section of fleet 
crossing Atlantic ocean. (H 127662- 
127666, May 27, 1909.*) 

Stokes (Frederick A.), New York, 
N. Y. [19175, 19176 

Rip Van Winkle. (F 77322, June 7. 
1909.) 

(F 77575, June 14, 1909.) 

Strauss (J. C), St. Louis, Mo. [19177 
Berry (John). (H 12S004. June 4. 
1909.) 



Strobridge lithographing company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. [19178-19189 

[Posters] N. Y. 13033. (G 21454, 
Apr. 23, 1909; 2 c. Mav 27, 1909.*) 

N. Y. 13059. ( G 21674, May 20, 

1909; 2 c. Mav 27. 1909.*) 

N. Y. 13067. (G 21676, Mav 

20. 1909; 2 c. June 14, 1909.) 

N. Y. 13055, N. Y. 13056. (G 

21672. 21673, May 20, 1909; 2 c. of 
each June 21, 1909.) 

N. Y. 13061. (G 21675. May 

20, 1909; 2 c. June 28, 1909.) 

N. Y. 130S0. (G 21800, June 

18, 1909: 2 c. June 21, 1909.) 

N. Y. 13081. (G 21801, June 18, 

1909 : 2 c. July 6, 1909. ) 

N. Y. 13077, N. Y. 13079. (G 

21804, 21799, June 18, 1909; 2 c. of 
each Julv 8, 1909.) 

C. No. 14968. (G 21806, June 

18, 1909; 2 c. July 9, 1909.) 

N. Y. 13068. ( G 21857, Julv 2. 

1909. ) 

Strouse & bros., Baltimore, Md. 

[19190-19193 

Strouse and bros. designs 1^. (F 
77911-77914, June 24, 1909.) 

Swift & co., Chicago, 111. [6 chro- 



mos] 



[19194-19199 



Baby Bunting shadow card. — Bertha 
shadow card. — Bess shadow card. — 
Johnnie shadow card. — Sam shadow 
card. — Susie shadow card. (G 21771- 
21776. Apr. 17, 1909; 2 c. of each May 
27. 1909.) 

Tandy-Thomas co.. New York, N. Y. 
[28 prints] [19200-19227 

And ring from all the trees. — Au- 
thor of liberty.— From every mountain 
side. — Great God our king. — I love thy 
rocks and rills. — Land of the noble 
free. — Land of the pilgrims pride. — 
Land where my fathers died. — Let all 
that breathe partake. — Let freedom 
ring. — Let mortal tongues awake. — Let 
music swell the breeze.— Let rocks 
their silence break. — Like that above. — 
Long may our land be bright. — My 
country 'tis of thee. — My heart with 
rapture thrills. — My native country 
thee. — Of thee I sing. — Our fathers' 
God to thee. — Protect us by Thy 
might. — Sound prolong. — Sweet land of 
liberty. — Sweet freedom's song. — Thy 
name I love. — Thy woods and templed 
hills. — To Thee we sing. — With free- 
dom's holy light. ( F 77377-77404, June 
8, 1909.) 



286 



nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



19334 



Tasker (Wilson). Panama City, Fla. 
[19228, 19229 

Panama City. Fla., G. C. D. wharf. 
(F 77765, June 19, 1909.) 

Tarpon (S. S.) at Panama City, Fla. 
(F 77764, June 19, 1909.) 

Taylor art co., Philadelphia. Pa. [41 
prints] [19230-19270 

All alone by appointment. — Any man 
in love. — Awaiting the male. — But I 
am still waiting. — But one favor I 
would ask. — Just waiting for the man, 
A. B. — Line of least resistance. — My 
love. — My wish. — Real thing. — Sealed 
contract. (F 77446-77457, June 9, 
1909.) 

Best wishes. 5, 10. — Birthday 
greetings. 1. 9. — Happy birthday. 6, 
11. — Many happy returns of the day. 

3, 7. — To wish you a happy birthday. 

4, 8.— With best wishes. 2, 12. (F 
77686-77697, June 16, 1909.) 

Abuse of the scrap basket. — Best 
wishes. A. B. — Can we forget one 
friend. — Family scrap basket. — 
Friendship can sometimes show its 
strength. — Friendship enhances every 
joy. — Friendship is the holiest of 
gifts. — Friendship proves by this its 
confidence. — Happy birthday. — Joyful 
birthday. — Many happy returns of the 
day. — Three twins. — True friendship 
throws a greater lustre on prosper- 
ity. — Twins. — Two of a kind. — Use of 
the scrap basket. (F 77997-78013, 
June 26, 1909.) 

Thayer (Porter G), Williamsville, 
Vt. [6 photographs] 

[19271-19276 

Brattleboro, Vt. — C onnecticut 

river — County auction — Junior sugar 

makers — Townsend, Vt. 1, 2. (II 

127813-127818, June 1, 1909. ) 

Thielman (Geo. F.), St. Cloud, Minn. 

[19277-19280 

Cvclone at St Cloud, Minn. (H 

128513, June 18, 1909; 2 c. June 11, 
1909. ) 

(H 129188, June 11, 1909; 2 c. 

June 12, 1909.) 

Tornado at St. Cloud, Minn. (H 

128514, June 18, 1909; 2 c. June 11, 
1909. ) 

(H 129189, June 28, 1909; 2 c. 

June 12, 1909.) 

Thompson (Paul), New York. N. Y. 

[19281 
Earl (George H.), jr., at desk of. 
(H 129210, June 28, 1909.) 



Thompson art co.. Portland, Maine. 
1 35 photographs. ] 1 1 9282-3 9316 
Apple tree road.— Champnej 7 door- 
way. — Deerfield well-sweep. — Farmers 
horse at home.— Fernbank. A, B. — 
Fore river, sunset. — Home of the trout. 
— House at the end of the road. — Inter- 
val le. N. H. old gate. — Main coasters. 
— Moonlight in harbor. — Moonlight on 
the deep. — New London, Conn., old 
mill. — Old home road. — Old home- 
stead. — Old major. — -Old poplars. — 
Path to Amonnoosuc. — Pendexter 
brook. — Pepperell (Lady Mary) house, 
hallway. — Portland harbor. 1. 2. — 
Portland head light house. — PreSump- 
scot river. — Roadside watering trough. 
— Rocks arid surf. — Salem, Mass., co- 
lonial doorway. — Setting sun. — Spur- 
wink marsh. — Surf Delano park. — 
Wadsworth hall. 1-3.— White head 
and lookout. (H 129389-129423, July 
1, 1909.) 

Thorne (Leo. C). Vernal, Utah. 

[19317 
Lightning. (H 129234, June 29, 
1909; 2 c. May 6, 1909.) 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Belfast, Maine. 

[19318 
Mt. Desert from Sutton's island. 
(H 124942, Mar. 29, 1909; 2 c. June 16, 
1909.) 

Tupper (H. William), Cambridge, 

Mass. [19319, 19320 

Harvard class groups. 1909, 1912. 

(H 127594, 127595, May 26, 1909; 2 c. 

of each May 15, 1909.) 

Turner (Horace K.) co., Boston, 
Mass. [19321 

Triumph of time; by John Elliott. 
(H 128645, June 21, 1909.) 

Tusch (Albert), Palisade, N. J. 

[19322 
Palisade, N. J., Palisades amusement 
park. (G 21760, June 3, 1909; 2 c. 
June 11, 1909.) 

Tyrrell (H. G.), Evanston. 111. 

[19323, 19324 
Saulte Ste. Marie, Mich. 1, 2. (H 
129273,129274, June 29, 1909.) 

Ullman mfg. co., New York, N. Y. 
[10 prints] [19325-19334 

Fisherman's haven. — Moonlit lake. — 
Quiet harbor. — Road to the harbor. (F 
78017-78020, June 26, 1909.) 

Series 138. 2455-2460. (F 77548- 
77553, June 12, 1909 ; 2 c. of each June 
24, 1909.) 



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19335 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Underhill (Irwing), Jersey City, 
N. J. [19335-19347 

Brooklyn navy yard. D 459, D 460. 
(H 127326, 127327, May 21, 1909.) 

Clermont (Robert Fulton's), 1809. 
(H 127328, May 21, 1909.) 

Governor's island and New York. 
D 462. (H 128072, June 7, 1909.) 

New York, N. Y., Waldorf-Astoria. 
C 7057. (H 127331, May 21, 1909.) 

Newark, N. J. Essex county court 
house. C 7060. (H 128077, June 7, 
1909.) 

Robert Fulton steamer. D 468, D 
467. (H 128078, 128079, June 7, 1909.) 

[New York, N. Y.] C 7066, D 466. 
(H 128074, 128076, June 7, 1909.) 

2 c. of each June 18, 1909. 

New York, N. Y. D 463-D 465. 
(H 128071, 128073, 128075, June 7, 
1909 ; 2 c. of each July 8, 1909.) 

Underwood & Underwood, New York, 
N. Y. [19348-19402 

[Stereoscopic photographs] U 25870, 
U 31735, U 33071, U 37708, U 38340, 
U 38378, U 38403, U 55141, U 68432, 
U 70602, U 76206, U 84568, U 91003, 
U 91006, U 91008, U 100443, U 105483, 
U 1068S0, U 108326, U 116898. U 
117155, U 117156. (H 128347-12S368, 
June 14, 1909.) 

U 66340. U 70628, U 87249. U 

116241, U 116319, U 116826, U 117169, 
U 117175. U 117181, U 117187. (H 
128515-128524, June 18, 1909.) 

U 88841, U 112759, U 116773, U 

117065. U 117188. (H 128587-128591, 
June 19, 1909.) 

U 36601, U 57382, U 91763, U 

104264, U 104270, U 104274, U 104360, 
U 108238, U 113703, U 114097, U 
117182. U 117198, U 117199, U 117201, 
U 117203, U 117205, U 117211, U 117281. 
(H 128981-128998, June 26, 1909.) 

United States lithograph co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [19403-19427 
[Posters] 11949, 12127, 12155. (G 

21711-21713, May 24, 1909.*) 

11991. ( G 21665, May 20, 1909.* ) 

12126, 12157. (G 21737, 21758, 

June 1, 1909.) 

11965-11968. (G 21777-21780, 

June 5, 1909.) 

12090, 12172. (G 21785, 21784, 

June 9, 1909.) 

12134. 12150. (G 21788, 21789, 

June 10, 1909.) 

12162, 12173. (G 21790, 21791, 

June 14, 1909.) 



United States lithograph co. — Con. 

12158. (G 21793, June 16, 1909.) 

12135. ( G 21797, June 18, 1909. ) 

12163. ( G 21811, June 21, 1909. ) 

11962. ( G 21814, June 24, 1909. ) 

12131. 12138. (G 21831, 21830, 

June 26, 1909.) 

— 11948, 12130, 12215. (G 21855, 

21856, 21854, July 1, 1909.) 

Van Busktrk (R. N. ). New York. 
N. Y. [1942S 

Opening of Long island. (F 76741, 
May 19, 1909; 2 c. June 18, 1909.) 

Vanderbilt realty IMPROVEMENT CO., 
New York, N. Y. [19429 

New York city, 1909. ( F 77599, June 
12, 1909. 

Yitagraph co. of Ameeica. New York, 
N. Y. [19430-19435 

Diamond maker. (H 128245, June 
12, 1909.) 

Duke's jester. (H 12S250. June 12, 
1909.) 

Old organ. (H 12S246. June 12. 
1909.) 

Plot that failed. (H 128247. June 
12, 1909.) 

Troubles of an amateur detective. 
(H 128249. June 12, 1909.) 

Washington under the British flag. 
(H 128248, June 12, 1909.) 

Vulcan electric heating co.. Chicago, 
111. [19436 

Electrocurl girl. (H 128407. June 
16, 1909.) 

Wager (Frank E.), Burlington, Vt. 

[19437 
Daughters of woodcraft of Burling- 
ton, Vt. (H 128402, June 16, 1909: 
2 c. June 9, 1909.) 

Wales (R. E., Oakland, Cal. [19438 
Real water babies. (H 129439. July 
1, 1909.) 

Walker (Aubrey Vyoyan), Chicago, 

111. [19439 

Attention. (H 128157, June 9, 1909.) 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur. 111. 

[19440-19445 

Burning of Decatur cereal co.'s 
plant. 1-3. (H 128176-128178, June 
10. 1909.) 

Decatur. 111. James Millikin uni- 
versity. (H 12803S. June 5, 1909.) 

Lincoln. 111.. I. O. O. F. orphan's 
home. 1. 2. (H 128039, 128040, June 
5, 1909.) 



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nos. 26-30, July, 1909 



19524 



Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 111. [16 
photographs] [19446-19461 

New York (U. S. S.), ships com- 
pany. — Olympia (U. S. S.) — Tonopah 
(U. S. S.) (II 12S336, June 14, 1909; 
2 c. June 7. 1909. H 12S335. 128337, 
June 14. 1909: 2 c. of each June 7. 
1909.) 

Georgia (U. S. S.)— Kansas (U. S. 
S.)— Maine (U. S. S.) (H 128746- 
12S74S. June 24, 1909; 2 c. of each 
June 26, 1909.) 

Celtic (U. S. S.)— Georgia (U. S. 
S.)— Maine (U. S. S.)— Minnesota 
(U. S. S.)— Mississippi (U. S. S.)— 
New Jersey (U. S. S.)— Ohio (U. S. S.) 
1. 2.— Tacoma (U. S. S.)— Vermont 
(U. S. S.) (H 129379-129385, 1293S7, 
129388, July 1. 1909.) 

Watts (Mrs. G. F. ), Compton Lane, 

England. [19462 

Love and life; after G. F. Watts. 

(F 77597. May 21. 1909; 2 c. June 4, 

1909. ) 

Watland (W. R.), Clifton, Ariz. 

[19463 
Looking up the Frisco. (H 129246, 
June 29, 1909.) 

Wegner (Chas.), St. Cloud, Minn. 

[19464-19467 
St. Cloud. Minn. 1-4. (H 129247- 
129250, June 29, 1909.) 

Wehr (Chas. H.), Kiefer, Okla. 

[19468 
Kiefer, Okla., Glenn oil field. (H 
129275, June 29, 1909.) 

Wescott (W. T.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[19469 
Wescott girl. (H 128020, June 5, 
1909.) 

Wessels (Fred), jr., Savannah, Ga. 

[19470 
Leaving home forever. (F 76520, 
May 13, 1909; 1 c. May 13, 1909; 1 c. 
June 28, 1909.) 

Wessler (Hugo), New York, N. Y. 

[19471-19476 
I love my wife but oh you kid. 1-6. 
(F 77618-77623, June 16, 1909; 2 c. of 
each June 11, 1909.) 

West (Andrew) & Booth (Flora), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. [19477 

Fulton (Robert) and his first steam- 
boat. (H 128374, June 15, 1909; 1 c. 
June 15, 1909 ; 1 c. June 7, 1909.) 

West (L. E.), Rock Island, 111. 

[19478-19485 
Black Hawks watch tower. 1-5. 
(H 128097-128101, June 7, 1909. 



West (L. E.)— Continued. 

Rock Island, 111.. Publication bldg., 
M. W. of A. 1-3. (H 125110-125312, 
Mar. 31, 1909; 2 c. of each Mar. 24, 
1909.*) 

West coast art co., Los Angeles, Cal. 
[30 photographs] [194S6-19515 

Bisbee, Ariz. 1-3.— Boston & Supe- 
rior co. — Courtland, Ariz. 1, 2. — Glee- 
son, Ariz. — Globe, Ariz. 1^1. — Globe 
mining district. — Heffern camp. — Hef- 
fern claim. — Heffern claims, Timber 
land. — Heffern dam site. — Heffern 
mining co., dam site no. 2. — Hef- 
fern reservoir. 1, 2. — New Courtland, 
Ariz. — Old Dominion copper co. — War- 
ren, Ariz. (H 128271-128292, June 12, 
1909; 2 c. of each June 14, 1909.) 

Clifton, Ariz.— Metcalf, Ariz. 1, 2.— 
Morenca, Ariz. — San Jose. Cal. — Santa 
Cruz, Cal.— South Clifton, Ariz. (H 
128593-128599, June 19, 1909. ) 

Roosevelt, Ariz., June. 1909. (H 
129317, June 30, 1909.) 

Westermann (L. A.) co.. New York, 

N. Y. [19516-19519 

February. (F 78175, June 30, 1909.) 

Frances. (F 78173, June 30, 1909.) 



September. 
1909.) 

Theodosia. 
1909. ) 



(F 78176, June 30, 



(F 78174, June 30, 



White (Arthur 
N. Y. 



J-): 



Schenectady, 
[19520 



Schenectady high school, 1909. (H 
128332, June 14, 1909; 2 c. June 24, 
1909.) 

White (H. C.) company. North Ben- 
nington, Vt. [19521 
North American porcupine. 6224. 



(H 128698, 
24, 1909.) 


June 


i 23, 1909; 


2 c. June 


White 


(H. 


N.), 


Cleveland, 


Ohio. 
r 19522 


King 
1909.) 


cornet. 


(F 77990, 


June 26, 


White 


(Lloyd), 


Washington, D. C. 

[19523 


Twili 
1909.) 


ght. 


(H 


128504, 


June 17, 



White (Robert H), Herrin, 111. 

[19524 
Blue and gray handshake. (H 
129198, June 28, 1909; 2 c. June 18, 
1909.) 



289 



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19525 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



White city art co., Chicago, 111. 

[19525, 19526 

Country paradise. (F 77266, June 
7, 1909.) 

Dear old home. (F 77265, June 7, 
1909.) 

Whitehead & Hoag co., Newark, N. J. 

[19527 
All we want is a fair trial. (H 
128641, June 21, 1909.) 

Wiederseim (Grace G.)» Overbrook, 
Pa. [19528, 19529 

Dotty's thoughts on June. (F 
78014, June 26, 1909.) 

Shoo bees. (F 78015, June 26, 
1909.) 

Wineman (Mode), Chicago, 111. [12 
photographs] [19530-19541 

Bozenta (Count) in the vegetable 
patch. — Modjeska. 1-4. — Modjeska's 
canyon. — Modjeska's ranch. 1-6. (H 
128085-128096, June 7, 1909.) 

Wolff (Louis) & co., ltd., London, 
England. [19542, 19543 

Nero's water festival ; by Emil Ober- 
hauser. (F 76841, May 22, 1909.) 

To fairy realms; by Hans Zatzka. 
(F 76840, May 22, 1909.) 

Wolven (Edmund L.), Poughkeepsie, 

N. Y. [19544, 19545 

Taylor (James M.) 1, 2. (H 

128378, 128379, June 15, 1909; 2 c. of 

each, June 19, 1909.) 

Wood (Harry), Kansas City, Mo. 
[19546-19549 

Intellectual pup. (F 77331, June 
7, 1909; 2 c. June 9, 1909.) 

(F 77578, June 14, 1909; 2 c. 

June 16, 1909.) 

(F 77S33, June 21, 1909; 2 c. 

June 23, 1909. ) 

(F 78065, June 28, 1909; 2 c. 

June 30, 1909.) 

Wood (Otis F.), New York, N. Y. 

[19550-19569 

America's history in cut outs. (F 

77774, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78064, June 28, 1909.) 

Bub, he's always to blame. (F 

77317, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77572, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77773, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78063, June 28, 1909.) 

Poor old Robinson Crusoe. (F 

77574, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77772, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78062, June 28, 1909.) 



Wood (Otis F.) — Continued. 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 

77316, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77571, June 14, 1909.) 

- (F 77770, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78059, June 28, 1909.) 

Things as they ought to be. (F 

77319, June 7, 1909.) 

Those ridiculous questions. (F 

77320, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 78060, June 28, 1909.) 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. 
(F 77318, June 7, 1909.) 

(F 77573, June 14, 1909.) 

(F 77771, June 19, 1909.) 

(F 78061, June 28, 1909.) 

Young, Lord & Rhodes, Saulte Ste. 
Marie, Mich. [19570-19578 

Canadian lock disaster. 1-3. (H 
128242-128244, June 12, 1909.) 

4-8. (H 128312-128316, June 



14, 1909.) 

U. S. Army, Company C, 27th in- 
fantry. (H 128059, June 7, 1909.) 

Zimmermann (C. E.) Co., Chicago, 111. 
[130 prints] [19579-19708 

Are you independent. — At harvest 
time. — Be protected. — Be ready. — Be- 
fore your candle. — Bride.— Clowns of 
life. — Cupid lays aside. — Day 
dreams. — Derelicts. — Dollars fly. — Dol- 
lars grow. — Don't live in dread. — Every 
lady. — Every tick of the clock means 
money. — Even a dog saves. — Eviction. — 
Future looks bright. — He never fails. — 
He never had to look out for tomor- 
row- — He never wasted. — He puts 
off. — If I had saved my money. — It is 
safe in a national bank. — It makes 
home. — It makes things safe. — It's nice 
to fly high. — Keep your valuables. — 
Lean dog. — Looking ahead. — Message 
(A) — Miss Columbia. — Money grows. — 
No matter what you do. — No matter 
who puts it there. — Only thing Father 
Time builds. — Shipwrecked. — Skipping 
rope. — Some strike it rich. — Sound ad- 
vice. — There is contentment.— There's 
sunshine. — They are going to be 
fooled. — They will grow. — Thrift or 
poverty. — When your money is in a 
national bank. — Widow's mite. — You 
can be independent. — You can never 
tell. — You look for better things. — 
You work hard. — Your daughter. — 1st. 
or 31st. (F 76524-76527, 76529, 76532- 
76538, 76540, 76542-76545, 76547-76566, 
76568-76582, 76584, May 13, 1909 ; 2 c. 
of each July 1, 1909.) 

[Continued on page 291.] 

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nos. 26-30. July, 190-9 



19708 



Zimmermann (C. E.) co. — Continued. 
Are you proud of your shoes? — Are 
you satisfied with your home? — Bare 
rooms. — Bedroom furnishings. — Book- 
cases. — Boys shoes. — ■ Chiffoniers. — 
Comfort. — Consensus of opinion. — 
Consultation. — Davenports. — Dining 
room. — Dining room chairs. — Dress 
affair. — Dressers. — Ease in summer 
shoes. — Elegance and comfort. — Fall 
shoes. — Have you ever thought what 
care is exercised? — High shoes. — Ideal 
room. — In full swing. — Iron beds. — 
Kitchen furnishings. — Library furni- 
ture. — Library tables. — Like the old 
pair. — Little girls are hard on shoes. — 
Metal beds. — Modern upholstered 
couch. — Moving. — Natty summer 
styles. — Old cabinet maker. — Our 
strong shoes for strong boys. — 
Parlor furniture. — Pedestal based ta- 
bles. — Pick of our stock. — Planning. — 
Primitive. — Safe. — School shoes. — 
Shoes for balls and parties. — Shoes 



Zimmermann (C. E.) co. — Continued, 
for the whole family.— Shoes that go 
well together. — Sitting or standing. — ■ 
Sofa s. — Turkish rockers. — Vacation 
clearance. — We show more shoes in 
the summer-time. — Welcome. — Work 
shoes. — You have noticed. (F 77119- 
77170, June 3. 1909 ; 2 c. of each July 
1. 1909.) 

Belt buckles. — Blame yourself. — 
Bracelets. — Bridal gifts. — Commence- 
ment gifts. — Confirmation presents. — 
Cuff buttons. — Every woman. — Gradua- 
tion gifts. — Hat pins. — Her birthday. — 
Hope. — Ill-fitting glasses. — Irresist- 
able toilet articles. — It takes the ring 
to keep the girl. — Leather goods. — 
Little finger rings. — Necklaces and 
pendants. — Rain or shine. — Silver 
hand bags. — Summer ornaments. — 
Toilet accessories. — Turquoise jew- 
elry. — Watch fobs. — Wedding rings. 
(F 77284-77308, June 7, 1909; 2 c. 
of each July 1, 1909.) 



Summary statement of deposits, received and credited, included in the Catalogue 

since January 1, 1909. 

Number of entries of Engravings, Cuts, and Prints completed by deposit. _ 6, 672 

Number of entries of Chromos and Lithographs completed by deposit 1, 362 

Number of entries of Photographs completed by deposit 9, 495 



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To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated ; the statement as to 
the receipt of one copy of the photograph is always omitted when the photograph has 
been received on the day of entry. The notice after the first title, if printed in full, 
would read : " Copyright by Mary P. Adelsperger, Chicago, 111. Class I, XXc, no. 30148, 
June 17, 1909 ; 1 photograph received June 17, 1909." 



Adelsperger (Mary P.), Chicago, 111. 
[19709, 19710 

Cub Fan. Statue, small bust, man 
with mustache, smiling broadly, wears 
old flat hat. (I 30148, June 17, 1909.) 

Sox Fan. Statue, small bust of man 
laughing, eyes screwed up. (I 30147, 
June 17, 1909.) 

Adler (L.) bros. & co., Rochester, 

X. Y. [19711, 19712 

Full dress. Two men. one wearing 

a tuxedo coat. (I 30236, June 29, 

1909.) 

Winter days. Two men, one an el- 
derly man. (I 30235, June 29, 1909.) 

American lithographic company. New 
York, N. Y. [19713-19716 

Autoing. Two men seated in an au- 
tomobile, partial view of street. (I 
30164, June 21, 1909.) 

Friend in deed. Woman carrying a 
trav upon which is a bottle and glass. 
(I 30165, June 21, 1909.) 

Miss Simplicity. Head of girl, hair 
hangs about her face. (I 30163, June 
21, 1909.) 

Mountain battery. On side of moun- 
tain, a mounted cannon which several 
men are engaged in loading. (I 30150, 
June 18, 1909.) 



American 
Mass. 



PRINTING CO. 



A section of a 
30063, June 10, 



Fall River, 
[19717, 19718 

Day at the shore 
merrv-go-round. ( I 
1909.) 

On trial for naughtiness. A small 
girl in center of four grown up women. 
(I 30064, June 10, 1909.) 

Anderson (L. M.), Atlanta, Ga. 

[19719 
Oh. you kid. Landscape with three 
figures, tall thin girl, short fat man. 
(I 30216, June 28, 1909.) 



Arthur (James), Detroit, Mich. 

[19720-19733 

Auto girl — May. Young woman in 
auto coat seated in a machine, hands 
on steering wheel. (I 300S5, June 12, 
1909.) 

Basket ball girl — March. Young 
woman in white blouse holding basket 
ball. (I 30083, June 12, 1909.) 

Bathing girl — July. Attractive 
young woman, head just showing out 
| of water. (I 30087, June 12, 1909.) 

Canoe girl — June. Young woman, 
head leaned against canoe paddle. (I 
30086, June 12, 1909.) 

Fencing girl — January. Young 
j woman, red heart on left side of 
blouse, foil in hands. (I 30081, June 
12, 1909.) 

Fishing girl — April. Young woman, 
fishing rod held in right hand. (I 
30084, June 12, 1909. ) 

Foot ball girl— November. Young 
woman in red sweater holding foot 
ball on shoulder. (I 30091, June 12, 
1909.) 

Golf girl — October. Young woman 
in outing costume holding golf stick 
over shou]der. (I 30090, June 12, 
1909.) 

Hockey girl — February. Young 
woman, hockey stick over shoulder. 
(I 30082, June 12, 1909.) 

Memories. Young woman standing 
before an open fire, open book in hand. 
(I 30094, June 12, 1909.) 

Northern girl — December. Young 
woman in sweater, toboggan cap and 
gloves. (I 30092, June 12, 1909.) 

Riding girl — September. Young 
woman in riding costume holding crop. 
(I 30089, June 12, 1909.) 

Waiting. Young woman in evening 
gown standing beside ornamental gate. 
(I 30093, June 12, 1909.) 

Yachting — August. Young woman in 
sailor costume, hands on ropes of rig- 
ging. (I 30088, June 12, 1909.) 



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19734 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Audia (Antonio), Chicago 111. [19734 
Carved table. Supported by four 
legs representing winged monsters. 
(I 30207, June 28, 1909.) 

Bachmann (JM.)i New York, N. Y. 

[19735 
Lincoln (Abraham). Bust, showing 
second layer of beard. (I 30118, May 
11, 1909.) 

Beifeld (Joseph), Chicago, 111. [1973G 
Sherman hotel. 15 story building 
with cupolas at three corners. (I 
30197, June 25, 1909.) 

Benekeb (Geeeit A.), Brooklyn, N. Y. 

[19737 
In the glare of the bessemer. Phase 
of the steel works known as the bes- 
semer process. In foreground is a 
workman with a hand ladle taking a 
sample from a mould. Two men are 
removing the plug from a ladle. (I 
30266, July 1, 1909. ) 

Biddle (Thos. TV.) jr.. Jersey City, 

N. J. [19738 

Two family house plan. Floor plan 

containing five rooms and bath. (I 

30233, June 29, 1909.) 

Brett lithographing co., New York, 
X. Y. [19739 

Daisy. Girl with large hat. (I 

30234, June 29, 1909.) 

Brittan (Samuel C), Cleveland, Ohio. 

[19740 

Man and woman in winter costumes. 

Winter scene in background, with tree 

and buildings in distance. (I 30160, 

June 21, 1909.) 

Burbank (E. A.), Los Angeles, Cal. 

[19741-19746 

Geronimo (Chief) Apache Indian. 
Cloth around head. ( I 30105, June 15, 
1909 ; 1 photo May 15, 1909.) 

Geronimo (Chief) Apache Indian. 
Cloth around head. (I 30104. June 15, 
1909; 1 photo May 13, 1909.) 

Joseph (Chief) Nez Perces Indian. 
Feather in head, round ear rings. (I 
30246, June 14, 1909.) 

Joseph (Chief) Nez Perces Indian. 
Profile, with feather on head. ( I 30106, 
June 15, 1909; 1 photo May 15. 1909.) 

Red Cloud (Chief) Sioux Indian. 
Eagle feather in head. (I 30245, June 
14, 1909.) 

Red Cloud (Chief) Sioux Indian. 
Profile with feather on head. (I 30107, 
June 15, 1909; 1 photo May 15, 1909.) 



Burke (G. L), United States. [19747 
Head of Christ. Facial expression 

is most angelic, kind and loving, white 
garment, red mantle. (I 30208, June 
28, 1909.) 

Butler bros., Chicago, 111. [19748 

New York, N. Y. Balloon view, 
showing Jersev Citv in foreground. (I 
30198, June 25, 1909.) 

Carlyle ( Florence ) . New York, N. Y. 

[19749 
Girl you ought to know. Young 
woman resting her head on mantle- 
piece. (I 30078, June 11, 1909.) 

Church (Frederick Stuart), New 
York, N. Y. [19750, 19751 

Sea birds. Young girl seated on 
sands by the sea, four sea birds on 
left. (I 30178, June 23, 1909.) 

Sea siren on a dolphin. She is blow- 
ing a horn made of sea shell, three sea 
gulls behind her. (I 30177, June 23, 
1909.) 

Clay, Robinson & co., Chicago, 111. 

[19752 

Sheep shearing in Lammermoors, 

Scotland. Scottish sheep shearing 

scene showing five men. (I 30174, 

June 16, 1909.) 

Coca cola co., Atlanta, Ga. 

[19753, 19754 

Coca cola girl. Girl sitting holding 
a glass with her right hand. (I 30116, 
June 16. 1909.) 

Happy days. Smiling female figure, 
right hand raised holding a glass filled 
with dark colored drink. (I 30269, 
July 1, 1909.) 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New York, 
N. Y. [19755-19758 

King George III— Dear Sir: When 
in the course of Man in Conti- 
nental uniform seated in cannon-ball. 
(I 30247, June 30, 1909.) 

Peach basket ; by Charles Dana Gib- 
son. Young girl of ingenue type, hat 
with deep full crown — a peach basket. 
(I 301S6, June 23, 1909.) 

Pirate (The) ; by Maxfield Parrish. 
Ferocious looking individual, wears 
large hat with rolling brim. (I 30185, 
June 23, 1909.) 

With the eye of the mind ; by Fred- 
eric Remington. Three Indians on 
horseback in various attitudes of ter- 
ror. (I 30120, June 16. 1909. ) 



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19782 



CONTINENTAL INSURANCE CO.. New 

York. N. Y. [19759 

Pocahontas: by F. C. Yohn. Laud- 
scape showing group of Indians mak- 
ing preparations for taking Capt. 
Smith's life. (I 30244. Juue 30. 1909.) 

Crane (J. W.), New York, N. Y. 

[19760-19762 

Harvest time iu Sussex. Harvest 
scene showing men gathering rye. (I 
30067. June 11. 1909.) 

Shepherd (The). Summer land- 
scape, shepherd with large flock of 
sheep. (I 30065, June 11, 1909.) 

You mustn't listen. Little girl lean- 
ing her head on her hands on the key- 
board of a piano. (I 30066. June 11. 
1909.) 

Cream of wheat co.. Minneapolis, 
Minn. [19763 

Interior of dining car, travelers 
seated at a table, cook approaching 
with tray of breakfast food. (I 30195, 
June 25, 1909.) 



Crowell PUB. CO. 



Lavender 
hat 



girl. 



New York. N. Y. 

[19764 
Girl's head, large 



(I 30159, June 21. 1909.) 

Curtis & Cameron, inc. Boston, Mass. 

[19765 

Baby Bunting; by A. M. Upjohn. 

Chubby baby, white cap, its right 

hand pointing downward. CI 30194. 

June 25, 1909.) 

Danforth Mills co.. Chicago, 111. 

[19766-19769 

Are you hiding your own better self. 
Employer on right sizing up two fig- 
ures. (I 30099. May 15, 1909.) 

Don't hold yourself down. Man in 
stooping posture holding down a figure 
who is on hands and knees. (I 30097, 
May 15, 1909.) 

Grasp your opportunity. One open 
hand on each side of a bag. (I 30098, 
May 15, 1909.) 

We back our pictures with this solid 
guarantee. Hand pointing to tablet 
with inscription. (I 30100. May 15, 
1909.) 



Daprato statuary co.. Chicago, 111. 

[19770-19772 

Altar shrine. Upper part of shrine 

is supported by pedestal; monogram 

M in the round panel. (I 30264, July 

1,1909.) 



Daprato statuary co. — Continued. 

Gothic candle stick. Top of candle 
stick shows cherub heads in relief, 
near base are ornamental designs. 
(I 30265, July 1, 1909.) 

Vase with thirteen brass branches 
with bulbs for electric lights. (I 
30263, July 1, 1909.) 

Dixon (E. T.), Southampton, England. 

[19773 
War. Standing upon a rock is a 
figure in a long mantle, holding up a 
large trumpet like horn. Upon the 
horn are human skulls. Behind him 
is a kneeling woman. (I 30267, July 
1.1909.) 

Dixon (Jos.) crucible co., Jersey 
City, N. J. [19774 

Airship (The) An airship with 
several people in it. (I 30231, June 
29, 1909. ) 
Do well (Ethel H.), Greeley, Colo. 

[19775 

Columbine, no. 3. (Aquilegia coeru- 
iea). Three columbine blossoms and 
two buds attached to four stems. (I 
30206, Juue 26, 1909.) 

Drake (W. H), New York, N. Y. 

[19776 
On guard. Lion stands 
foreground looking to right. 
June 11, 1909.) 

altar mfg. co., Dubuque, 
[19777-19779 
Altar, vestment case and confes- 
sional combined 1562. (I 30110, June 
15, 1909.) 

Gothic altar 1558. (I 30109, June 
15, 1909.) 

Gothic main altar 1556. (I 30108, 
June 15, 1909.) 

Edwards (William E.), Brooklyn. 
N. Y. [19780 

Apollo as musical judge. Medallion, 
Apollo slightly draped, in right hand 
a wreath of laurel. (I 30232, June 29, 
1909.) 



in center 
(I 30076, 



Dubuque 
Iowa. 



Fairchild co., Chicago, 111. [19781 

Fairchild color chart ; by R. M. Wil- 
cox. Correct guide to the proper se- 
lection in men's and women's dress. 
(I 30187, June 23, 1909.) 

Fairchild pub. co., New York, N. Y. 

[19782 
Bathing girls; by Orson Lowell. 
Group of six girls in bathing costumes, 
with inesseuser boy in center of the 
group. (I 30212, June 21, 1909; 1 
photo June 28, 1909.) 

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19783 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Ferris (J. L. G.), Philadelphia, Pa. 

[19783 

Last charge of the Black Watch at 
Ticonderoga. Mass of Highlanders 
-limbing through tangle of fallen 
trees, officer with hand raised. (I 
30111, June 15, 1909.) 
Fromen (Agnes V.), Chicago, 111. 

[19784 

Lee (Robert E.) Nine inch bust, 
standing collar open showing tie, 
lapels thrown back. (I 30061, June 
10, 1909.) 

G. A. R>, Louis Bell post. Manchester, 
N. H. [19785 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; statue by John 
Rogers. Lincoln seated, in his left 
hand he holds a supposed war map. 
(I 30059, June 7, 1909.) 
Gannett (W. H.), inc., Augusta. Me. 

[19786 

Comfort. Seated woman, holding 
upon her lap a nude child. (I 30046. 
June 9, 1909.) 
Garre (S.), New York, N. Y. 

[19787-19826 

[Bov series ; bv Ellen H. Clapsad- 
dle.] 1-4. (I 30132-30135. June 17. 
1909.) 

[Christmas series: by Ellen H. Clap- 
saddle.] 1-4. (I 30140-30143, June 
17, 1909.) 

[Fourth of July series; by C. Chap- 
man.] 1-6. (I 30040-30045. June 9. 
1909.) 

[Hallowe'en series; by Ellen H. 
Clapsaddle.] 1-6. (G 30026-30031. 
June 9, 1909.) 

[Snow boy series; by Ellen H. Clap- 
saddle.] 1-4. (I 30136-30139, June 
17. 1909.) 

[Street urchin series.] 1. 2. d 
30130, 30131, June 17, 1909.) 

[Thanksgiving series: by Ellen H. 
Clapsaddle.] 1-8. (I 30032-30039. 
June 9, 1909.) 

[Thanksgiving series; bv R. Veen- 
fliet] 1-6. (I 30020-30025. June 9. 
1909. ) 

Grasty (Mason C). Washington. D. C. 

[19827 
Fork in the road. Landscape, forest 
in background showing forks in the 
road. (I 30166, June 21. 1909 : 1 photo 
June 24, 1909.) 
Grosset & Dunlap, New York, N. Y. 

[19828 

Motor girl: by F. Eeal Christy 

Young woman in motor costume, gloved 

hands holding wheel. (I 30184. June 

23, 1909 ; 1 photo June 30. 1909. ) 



Hanfstaexgl (Franz), Munich, Ger- 
many. [19829-19832 

Blanche Fontaine; by H. Fenner- 
Behmer. Woman standing at a door 
about to enter a room. (I 30154, June 
19, 1909.) 

Cosy home ; by W. Menzler. Young 
woman returning home to apartment 
which is decorated with pictures. (I 

30151, June 19, 1909.) 

Serious mishap; by E. Gruetzner. 
Monastery wine cellar, a monk drops 
a basket filled with bottles. (I 30153, 
June 19, 1909.) 

Springtime; by W. Menzler. Young 
woman standing on edge of wood, she 
is admiring the spring blossoms. (I 

30152, June 19, 1909.) 

Hirschberg (Carl), Buffalo, N. Y. 

[19833 

First tooth. Mother sitting on dav- 
enport with baby in her lap, father is 
kneeling and looks intently at babv's 
mouth. (I 30112, June 15, 1908.) 
Holltster (Granger A.), Rochester. 
N. Y. [19834 

Mighty angel to whom much incense 
is given and the holy city. A stained 
glass window of three sections with 
Gothic tracery above. (I 30205, June 
23, 1909; 1 photo June 1, 1909.) 
Hood (C. I.) co., Lowell, Mass. [19835 

Bright eyes. Head of little girl, 
curls and ornamented with a bow. (1 
30047, June 9, 1909.) 
Hudson (Grace), Ukiah. Gal. 

[19836-19840 

Basket baby no. 222. Baby fastened 
in carrying basket. (I 30251, June 30. 
1909.) 

Canvas no. 342. Poma Indian child 
standing in a field of California pop- 
pies. (I 30248, June 30, 1909.) 

Canvas no. 343. Indian boy stand- 
ing in field of wild flowers, holding a 
bird's nest. (I 30249, June 30, 1909.) 

Canvas no. 344. Two Indian chil- 
dren, teasing a hen with brood of chick- 
ens. (I 30252, June 30, 1909.) 

Canvas no 345. Yokia Indian baby 
nude creeping up to dog. (I 30250. 
June 30, 1909.) 

Hudson river day line. New York. 
N. Y. [19841 

Fulton (Robert) at Clermont, the 
home of Chancellor Livingston, August 
18, 1807. Group standing at foot of 
steps, Fulton in center, indicates with 
gesture the Clermont. (I 30146. June 
17. 1909. ) 



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19873 



K.uix tailoring co., Indiana pol is. Ind. 
| 1 9X42-1 9S50 

[Drawings illustrating men's cloth- 
ing] 1-9. (I 30121-30129, June 16, 
1909.) 

Koehler (JosEm). New York. N. Y. 
[19S51-19854 

First steamboat on Hudson river. 
Robert Fulton's Clermont, 1807. 
Hudson river, boat, five people on 
shore waving. (I 301S0, June 23, 
1909.) 

Hudson's (Henry) Half Moon, dis- 
covery of the Hudson river, 1609. 
Hudson river, boat, shore showing 
larse rock, Indian tent, five Indians. 
(I 30182, June 23. 1909.) 

Hudson river with boat, a 

canoe containing two Indians. (I 
30179. June 23, 1909.) 

Robert Fulton steamboat, Hudson 
river, 1909. Hudson river with the 
steamboat Robert Fulton, shore, two 
people waving. (I 30181, June 23, 
1909.) 

1 photo of each May 27, 1909. 
Lamastjre (Edwin). Washington, 
D. C. [19855-19861 

Early morning. Late summer land- 
scape, brook, swampy meadows cov- 
ered with tall grass. (I 30074. June 
11.1909.) 

Evening shadows. Summer land- 
scape at sunset, stream of water. (I 
30069. June 11, 1909.) 

Evergreens (The). Winter land- 
scape, narrow stream; on bank ever- 
greens. (I 30070, June 11, 1909.) 

Homestead (The). Summer land- 
scape, country road, on road a number 
of chickens. (I 30075, June 11, 1909.) 

Late afternoon. Summer landscape, 
stream running from background to 
right foreground. (I 30071, June 11, 
1909.) 

Sunset calm. Three mast sailing 
ship anchored within a short distance 
from shore. (I 30072, June 11, 1909.) 

Winter's evening. Winter land- 
scape, a large leafless tree, a house 
and a barn. (I 30073, June 11, 1909.) 
La Valley (Jonas J.), Springfield, 
Mass. [19862 

Springfield, Mass., birth in 1636. A 
river valley landscape in mid-August, 
in foreground is a marsh. (I 30117, 
June 16, 1909.) 
Lewis and Shambow, Boston, Mass. 

[19863 

Tucker (Wm. J.) President of Dart- 
mouth college. Medallion of bust. (I 
30102. June 14, 1909.) 



Life insurance co. of Virginia, Rich- 
mond. Va. [19864 
American beauty. Girl, large hat 
long thin tie with bow at her neck. 
(I 30079. June 12, 1909.) 

Life pvb. co.. New York, N. Y. 

[19865-19869 

Boy's best friend ; by Wm. L. Jacobs. 
Interior of woodhouse, irate father 
sits switch in hand. (I 30237, June 
29, 1909.) 

Dull care : This is jio country for 
me; by Wm. H. Walker. President 
Taft, Columbia, and Uncle Sam all in 
holiday humor. (I 30168, June 21, 
1909.) 

Lowering the temperature for moth- 
er and the girls; by Orson Lowell. 
Room occupied by several college boys, 
two boys making desperate effort to 
hide undressed pictures. (I 30096, 
June 12, 1909.) 

Right time : by Edmund Frederick. 
Old garden, old lady reading under 
tree, young; man and woman standing 
by sun dial. (I 30095. June 12, 1909.) 

Universal language. American man 
of war lying in harbor, one of the offi- 
cers having love scene with Spanish 
girl. (I 30167, June 21, 1909.) 

McCall (Chas. W.) and Wythe 
(Willson J.). Oakland. Cal. 

[19870 

Drawing; 2, building no. 222 of floor 

plan. Building provided with a porch 

extending across the front. (I 30157, 

June 19. 1909.) 

McKernan (Frank), Ridley Park, Pa. 

[19871 
First trip of the Liberty bell, scene 
in front of Independence Hall, Phil- 
adelphia, 1776. Liberty bell on flat top 
wagon drawn by two oxen. (I 30145. 
June 17, 1909.) 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, France. 

[19872 
Episode du Si§ge de Granville en 
1793, par les Vendeens ; Mort du Maire 
Clement-Desmaisons ; par Maurice 
Henri Orange. City of Granville, citi- 
zens and soldiers. (I 30103, June 15. 
1909.) 

Merkley (Stanley A.), Buffalo. N. Y. 

[19S73 
International show of poultry, pig- 
eons, and pet stock. Uncle Sam sym- 
bolized in his usual attire extends his 
hand to welcome Miss Canada. (I 
30190. June 24. 1909.) 



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19S74 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Mebeiam (John W.j & co., New York, 
N. Y. [19874 

Rubaiyat. English bulldog, standing 
erect on all four legs. (I 30101, June 
14, 1909.) 
Millet (F. D.). Washington, D. C. 

[19875 

Exploration by water. Canoe, an 
Indian grasping a paddle, white man 
sitting with gun. (I 30158, June 19, 
1909; 1 photo June 15, 1909.) 
Mitchell (Eva B.). Riverside, 111. 

[19876 

Making both ends meet. Statue, 
baby sitting, its toe in its mouth. (I 
30161, June 21, 1909.) 
Moore (Edward B.). West Chester, Pa. 

[19877 

Group in bronze composed of three 
figures. Central figure is a man of 
heroic stature, bare foot boy on right. 
(I 25432, Apr. 28, 1908: 1 photo June 
29, 1909.) 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, 
Iowa. [19878 

Autumn, Montauk Point. Cloudy 

day, large oak tree in foreground. (I 

30211, June 28, 1909.) 

New home sewing machine co., 

Orange, Mass. [19879 

Attention. Girl peering from behind 
a panel, right hand raised, index finger 
pointing upward. (I 30268, July 1, 
1909.) 

Newark evening news pub. co., New- 
ark, N. J. [19880 

New Jersey and her home newspa- 
per. The state of New Jersey in the 
form of a woman, holding and read- 
ing a newspaper. (I 30199, June 24, 
1909.) 

Northwestern yeast co., Chicago, 111. 

[19881 

Thirsty globe. Carricature, figure 
of a man seated on camp stool, man's 
head being formed of the globe. (I 
30115, June 16, 1909.) 
Osthaus (Edmund H.), Toledo, Ohio. 

[19882 

Breadaway (The). Autumn land- 
scape showing hunting dogs in fore- 
ground. (I 30077, June 11, 1909.) 
Parker (J. W.), Kansas City, Mo. 

[19883 

3 waterways to the sea from Kansas 
City. Missouri and Mississippi rivers 
to Gulf of Mexico, [etc.] (I 30080, 
June 12, 1909.) 
Peterson (George D.), Chicago, 111. 

[19884-19886 

Harvard mascot ink stand. Statue, 
donkey. (I 30215. May 10, 1909.) 



Peterson (George D.) — Continued. 

Princeton mascot ink stand. Statue, 
Tiger. (I 30213, May 10, 1909.) 

Yale mascot ink stand. Statue, Bull 
dog. (I 30214, May 10, 1909.) 

Plumb (Henry Grant), New York, 
N. Y. [19887, 19888 

Moses. Boy standing feet in water 
among the bulrushes holding a frog. 
(I 30230, June 28, 1909.) 

Purple grape. Boy, looking through 
the leaves of a grape vine. (I 30229, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Postum cereal co., ltd., Battle Creek, 
Mich. [19889 

Sweet memories. Little girl in a 
chair with a shelf on which is a bowl, 
has dropped to sleep. (I 30113, June 
16, 1909.) 

Present & co., New York, N. Y. [19890 
Nugangl. Young man without hat 
engaged in examining the band of his 
trousers. (I 30162, June 21, 1909.) 

Quimby (Frederick J.) co., Boston, 

Mass. [19S91 

Honorine; by H. Raleigh. Young 

girl seated on bench under a tree. (I 

30149, June 18, 1909.) 

Rich (Herman), Seattle, Wash. 

[19892 
Angeline (Princess). Bust in plas- 
ter of Indian woman's head. (I 30155, 
June 14, 1909.) 

Richardson (George S.), Norfolk, Va. 

[19893 
Chadwick (Lieut. Com. F. L.) In 
full dress uniform, his left hand rest- 
ing on top of his sword. (I 30144, 
June 17; 1909.) 

Royal tailors, Chicago, 111. 

[19894-19896 

Fall & winter fashions. Gentleman 
and lady walking in snow storm. (I 
30203, June 26, 1909.) 

Perfect fit. Two gentlemen in draw- 
ing room. (I 30201, June 26, 1909.) 

Wool test. Gentlemen showing wool 
test by pouring acid on bolt of cloth. 
(I 30202, June 26, 1909.) 

Rush (Olive), Wilmington, Del. 

[19897 
Gospel (The). Eight panels, Christ, 
Andrew and Peter surrounded by four 
angels. (I 30196, June 25, 1909.) 

Russell (Chas. Marion), Great Falls, 

Mont. [19898-19909 

Cheyenne warrior. Mounted Indian 

in war dress. ( I 30217, June 28, 1909. ) 



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nos. 26-30, July, 1900 



19933 



Russell (Chas. Marion) — Continued. 

Cinch ring. Rustlers branding a 
maverick. (I 30221, June 28, 1909.) 

Disputed trail. Mounted prospectoi 
with pack horse meeting a bear. (I 

30223. June 28, 1909.) 

Hunting party. Snow scene. Indian 
mounted in advance of squaws and 
pack horses. (I 3021S, June 28, 1909.) 

In without knocking. Cowboys rid- 
ing into saloon in western town. (I 
30220, June 28, 1909.) 

Land of Kootueais. Lake shore, In- 
dian sitting on rock watching canoe 
approach. (I 30225, June 28, 1909.) 

Medicine man. Indian mounted on 
ponv, carrying coup stick. (I 30228, 
June 28. 1909.) 

Tricks in all trades. Cowpuncher 
forcing the sheriff to trade horses at 
the point of a gun. (I 30226. June 28, 
1909.) 

Utica. Western town, horse buck- 
ing, mounted cowbovs watching. (I 
30219. June 28, 1909.) 

Wagon boss. Mounted man on raised 
ground, watching a wagon train pull 
the hill from Ft. Benton. (I 30222, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Wounded. Buffalo cow goring horse 
mounted by an Indian. ( I 30227, June 
28. 1909.) 

York. Historical picture of Lewis 
pnd Clark showing the negro, York, two 
Indians are examining his skin. (I 

30224, June 28, 1909.) 

Schevill (William V.), New York. 
N. Y. [19910 

Taft (President). Portrait of head 
and bust. (I 30200, June 26, 1909.) 

Schwartz's (Samuel) sons & co.. 
New York, N. Y. [19911-19919 

Capri ; by Albert Wenck. Landscape 
with steep rocks. (I 30238, June 30. 
1909.) 

Debutante (The) ; by Martin Kavel. 
Bust of young girl, black hat tied with 
veil under her chin. (I 30191, June 
25,1909.) 

Dreamer (The) ; by Jean Beauduin. 
Young girl seated with roses in her 
lap. (I 30240, June 30, 1909.) 

Happy hour; by C. Bergen. Young 
peasant woman going home from 
work, before her children singing. (I 
30242. June 30, 1909.) 

Homeward; by Maurice Rousseau. 
Flock of sheep coming along a path 
through the woods. (I 30239, June 
30,1909.) 



Schwartz's (Sam.) sons & co. — Con. 

In pasture: by E. Bail. Flock of 
sheep grazing under a big oak tree. 
(I 30241, June 30. 1909.) 

Pledge of love; by Tanoux. Late 
afternoon hour, young girl seated knit- 
ting. (I 30243, June 30, 1909.) 

Vision of Fairyland: by Jean Beau- 
duin. Forest, young girl gazing at 
procession of female figures. (I 30193, 
June 25, 1909.) 

Youth of the King of Rome; by J. 
Giradet. King of Rome seated on 
bank of pond about to sail a boat. (I 
30192, June 25, 1909.) 

Shafer (Clavde). Cincinnati, Ohio. 

[19920 

Old man Grurnp. Statue, bald 

headed old man, holding hammer over 

left shoulder. (I 30188. June 24. 1909.) 

Sharp (J. H.). Crow Agengy, Mont. 

[19921 
Baby Blanket Bull. Indian papoose 
wrapped in blanket. Indian fashion. 
(I 30156, June 19, 1909.) 

Sherrin (D.), London. England. 

[19922 

Windsor castle from the river. 

Summer landscape at sunset. Windsor 

castle in distance. (I 30068, June 11, 

1909. ) 

Shorey (Geo. H.). Grantwood, N. J. 

[19923-19933 
Base-ball pitcher. An athlete about 
to pitch a base-ball. (I 30053, June 9, 
1909.) 

Basket ball player. An athlete leap- 
ing in the air. (I 30057, June 9, 1909.) 

Discus-thrower. An athlete in ac- 
tion about to throw a circular disc. (I 
30049, June 9, 1909.) 

Foot-ball players. A player with the 
ball held under his right arm. (I 
30058, June 9, 1909.) 

Hammer thrower (The). An ath- 
lete in act of whirling a hammer around 
his head preparatory to throwing. (I 
30055, June 9, 190-9.) 

Hockey player. An athlete with 
skates on, poised on his right leg on 
the ice. (I 30056, June 9, 1909.) 

Hurdler (The). An athlete in ac- 
tion just after clearing a hurdle. (I 
30054, June 9, 1909.) 

Jumper (The). An athlete in ac- 
tion in the act of landing on the ground 
just after having leaped over a bar. 
(I 30052, June 9. 1909.) 



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19981 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



JSiiokey (Geo. H.) — Continued. 

Lacrosse player. An athlete in ac- 
tion with lacrosse stick in hand. (I 
30051, June 9, 1909.) 

Runner (The). An athlete in action 
running. (I 30050, June 9, 1909.) 

Shot-putter. Low relief of an ath- 
lete, left arm outstretched. (I 30048, 
June 9, 1909.) 

1 photo of each May 28, 1909. 
Smedley (William Thomas), New 
York, N. Y. [19934 

Awakening of a commonwealth. A 
female figure seated against a marble 
keystone, raising the veil of night. (I 
30060, June 10, 1909.) 
Smith (De Cost), New York, N. Y. 

[19935-19938 

Iroquois mask ceremony, dance of 
the maskers. Three masked medicine 
men. (I 30170, June 22, 1909.) 

entrance of the maskers. A 

number of masked medicine-men enter- 
ing the council house. (I 30169, June 
22, 1909.) 

a masked medicine man. A 

single figure with wooden mask, he 
holds a staff. ( I 30171, June 22, 1909. ) 

restraining the leader. A chief 

in ordinary dress holding back the 
leader of the masked medicine-men. 
(I 30172, June 22, 1909.) 
Spiel vogel (Emil), New York, N. Y. 

[19939, 19940 

Marchande de fleurs a Middelburg; 
par Charles Houben. Street in a small 
Dutch town, wagon filled with flowers. 
(I 30175, June 22, 1909.) 

Village en Zelande ; par Charles Hou- 
ben. A street in the Dutch town of 
Middelburg. (I 30176, June 22, 1909.) 
Stone, Van Deesser co., New York, 
N. Y. [19941 

Man, in monk's attire welcoming lit- 
tle children into house. Man in door- 
way, welcoming to Slumberland, wee 
little tots, in their night dresses. (I 
30119, June 16, 1909.) 
Trant (Joseph H.), New York, N. Y. 

[19942 

Bill, the beamer. Statue, Presi- 
dent at a base ball game, beaming ex- 
pression, holding a base ball. (I 30183, 
June 23, 1909.) 



United States playing card co., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. [19943,19944 

Dixie girl. Young girl sitting posi- 
tion, curl on each shoulder. (I 30209, 
June 28, 1909.) 

Trail (The). Indian in full war 
paint riding down the Canyon trail. 
(I 30210, June 28, 1909.) 

Van Amringe granite co., Boston, 
Mass. [19945 

Blocksom exedra. Exedra form hav- 
ing four large square posts with in- 
scription tablets. (I 30173, June 22, 
1909.) 

Wile (Hermann) & co., Buffalo, 
N. Y. [19946-19955 

Athletic scene. Man standing wear- 
ing two button sack coat. (I 30256, 
June 30, 1909.) 

Automobile scene. Man standing 
wearing automobile coat. (I 30255, 
June 30, 1909.) 

Indoor athletic scene. Man stand- 
ing bareheaded, in right hand holds a 
card. (I 30257, June 30, 1909.) 

Office scene. Man as if walking from 
office. (I 30259, June 30, 1909.) 

Outdoor scene. Man standing wear- 
ing overcoat. (I 30254, June 30, 1909.) 

Park scene. Man wearing box over- 
coat putting on glove on left hand. 
(I 30261, June 30, 1909.) 

Posing scene. Man standing, feet 
wide apart. (I 30253, June 30, 1909.) 

Promenade scene. Man standing 
resting hand on walking stick. (I 
30262, June 30, 1909.) 

Street scene. Man standing putting 
on gloves. (I 30258, June 30, 1909.) 

Train scene. Man standing with 
face to train. I 30260, June 30, 1909. ) 

Winchester repeating arms co., New 
Haven, Conn. [19956 

Flying grouse. Woodland scene 
with large grouse in the foreground. 
(I 30114, June 16, 1909.) 
Wolf & co., Philadelphia, Pa. [19957 

Good day's work. Country scene, 
man in foreground, gun under right 
arm several dead rabbits suspended 
from his left arm. (I 30062, June 10, 
1909.) 



Number of entries of Fine Arts completed by deposit of 1 photograph 

each and included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1909 2,428 



C) 

300 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30. 1906. AND MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4: 

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DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC 

OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS; 

WORKS OF ART 



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Nos. 31-34 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1909 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect Jury 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries "shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, issued 
monthly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, with subalphabets of titles, 
as follows: 

I. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings 
or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs, and 
Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. 

II. Containing Class G, Works of Art (giving a list of the photographs or other 
identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the applications for copy- 
right of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models or Designs for works 
of art). 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been abrogated 
and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for entry in the Copy- 
right Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. 
The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " G," Class G, Works of art; "H," 
Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; "I," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a 
scientific or technical character; "J," Class J, Photographs, and "K," Class K, 
Prints and pictorial illustrations. " © " stands for copyright of a published work, 
followed by date of publication; "©1 c." implies copyright of an unpublished 
work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the photograph or other 
identifying reproduction, and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. 



An annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the December issue. 
The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar year, is 
$0.75 for the year 1909 and $0.50 for the year 1910, payable in advance to the Superin- 
tendent of Documents by postal money order, express order, or New York draft. 






CLASSES H-K, 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC 
WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHO- 
TOGRAPHS: PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Adams (Harriet Chalmers), New 
York, N. Y. [19958, 19959 

Bolivian infantry. ( © July 21, 1909 ; 
2 c. July 22, 1909; J 129619.) 

La Paz, Bolivia, Street scene. (© 
Julv 21, 1909; 2 c. July 22, 1909; J 
129618.) 

Adams (John H.), Portland, Me. 

[19960 

Partridge eggs and nest. (© July 

24, 1909; 2 c. July 27, 1909 ; J 129807.) 



American masonic federation, inc., 
Idaho. [19961 

Coat of arms of universal freema- 
sonry and ancient and accepted Scot- 
tish rite. (© July 2, 1909; 2 c. July 
3, 1909; K 75.) 

Anderson (M. J.), Bay Shore, N. Y. 

[19962 
Railroad wreck on Long Island rail- 
road, Bay Shore, L. I., July 10, 1909. 
(© July 12, 1909; 2 c. July 13, 1909; 
J 129779.) 

Bachman (Aloys C.), Commerce, Tex. 

[19963 
E. T. N. college and dormitories. 
(© July 2, 1909; 2 c. July 6, 1909; J 
129543.) 

Bain (George Grantham), New York, 
N. Y. [19964-19974 

Curtiss - Herring aeroplane. 822-1. 
(© July 19, 1909; 2 c. July 22, 1909; 
J 129614.) 

Taft (Charlie) and Bishop Wright. 
(© July 6, 1909; 2 c. July 22, 1909; 
J 129612.) 

Thaw (Evelyn), White Plains. 
834-12. (© July 15, 1909; 2 c. July 
22, 1909; J 129615.) 

Thaw (Harry). 831-5. (© July 
16, 1909; 2 c. July 22, 1909; J 129613.) 

■ -833-12. (© July 16, 1909; 2 c. 

July 22, 1909; J 129616.) 



Bain ( George Grantham ) — Continued. 

Thaw (Mrs. Harry). 836^. (© 
July 16, 1909; 2 c. July 22, 1909; J 
129617.) 

in court. 836-5. (© July 16, 

1909; 2 c. July 22, 1909; J 129621.) 

Wright (Bishop) (© July 2, 1909; 
2 c. July 22, 1909; J 129712.) 

Wright (Orville) in flight, July 1, 
1909. 1, 2. (© July 2, 1909; 2 c. of 
each July 6, 1909 ; J 129537, 129535.) 

Wright brothers. (© July 2, 1909; 
2 c. July 6, 1909; J 129536.) 

Bandholtz (Fred J.), Des Moines, 
Iowa. [19975 

Ft. Pvobinson, Nebr., 8th U. S. cav- 
alry. (© July 1, 1909; 2 c. July 6, 
1909; J 129776.) 

Barker (B. Benton), Burlington, Vt. 

[19976 
Burlington, Vt. (© July 16, 1909; 
2 c. July 6, 1909; J 129620.) 

Bergen (G. F.), Pasadena, Cal. [19977 
H. H. Godber. (H 12929S. June 26, 
1909.) 

Biograph co., New York, N. Y. [Mov- 
ing picture rolls.] [19978-19987 

Cardinals conspiracy. (© 1 c. July 
12, 1909; J 129525.) 

Convict's sacrifice. (© 1 c. July 27, 
1909; J 129772.) 

Country doctor. (© 1 c. July 9, 
1909; J 129513.) 

Friend of the family. (© 1 c. July 
16, 1909; J 129548.) 

Jealosy and the man. (© 1 c. July 
21, 1909; J 129609.) 

Message (The) (© 1 c. July 6, 
3909; J 129505.) 

Necklace (The) (© 1 c. July 3, 
1909; J 129504.) 

Renunciation. (© 1 c. July 21, 
I 1909; J 129610.) 

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19988 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 4 



Biograph co. — Continued. 

Sweet and twenty. (© 1 c. July 24, 
1909; J 129674.) 

Tender hearts. (© 1 c. July 16, 
1909; J 129547.) 

Blattner (Henry), St. Louis, Mo. 

[19988, 19989 

St. Louis, Mo. Planters hotel. 
(© July 19, 1909; 2 c. July 12, 1909; 
J 129635.) 

Wright building. (© July 19, 

1909; 2 c. July 12, 1909; J 129634.) 



& co., New York, 

[19990 

by A. Guillaurne. 

1909; 2 c. July 1, 



Braun, Clement 
N. Y. 
Amour prof ond : 
8444. (© July 1, 
1909; J 129501.) 

Broadwell (Wm, A.), Newark, N. J. 

[19991 
Basking Ridge, N. J., historic oak. 
(© July 23, 1909; 2 c. July 21, 1909; 
J 129632.) 

Brown (Adin N.), Missouri Valley, 

Iowa. [19992 

Missouri Valley, Iowa. (© Julv 

14, 1909 ; 2 c. July 13, 1909 ; J 129710. ) 

Chatterton (Clarence K.), New- 
burgh, N. Y. [19993 
Come to Newburgh, N. Y. Hudson- 
Fulton celebration. F 78192, June 14, 
1909.*) 

Chaufty (Henry C), Watonga, Okla. 
[19994-19996 

Cheyenne Indian encampment. (© 
July 1. 1909; 2 c. July 6, 1909; J 
129559. ) 

Cheyenne sun dance. (© July 1, 
1, 1909; 2 c. July 6, 1909; J 129558.) 

Children of nature. (© July 15, 
1909; 2 c. July 19, 1909; J 129557.) 

Clegg (Edward T.), New Brighton, 

N. J. [19997 

Sailors' Snug Harbor, N. Y., five 

front buildings. (© July 21, 1909: 

2 c. July 22, 1909; J 129611.) 

Columbia photograph co., Petersburg, 
Va. [19998 

Taft (President), reception of, in 
Petersburg, Va. May 19, 1909. Mov- 
ing picture roll. (© July 29, 1909; 2 
c. July 29, 1909; J 129814.) 

Conant (Carl C), Chauncey, Ohio. 

[19999 

Old homestead. (© July 23, 1909; 
2 c. July 24, 1909; J 129637.) 



Cullings (Eugene G.), Schenectady, 

N. Y. [20000 

Schenectady, N. Y. Ellis hospital, 

operating room. (© July 21, 1909; 

2 c. July 16, 1909; J 129633.) 

Dabbs (James V.), Fort Scott, Kans. 

[20001 
Kansas madonna. (© July 10, 
1909; 2 c. July 14, 1909; J 129538.) 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New York, N. Y. 
[20002-20004 

Helen. (© July 12, 1909; 2 c. July 
13,1909; J 129528.) 

Madelyn. (© July 12, 1909; 2 c. 
July 13, 1909; J 129527.) 

Therese. (© July 12, 1909; 2 c. 
July 13, 1909; J 129526.) 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit, Mich. 

[20005, 20006 

Fort Snelling, Minn., Old round 
tower. (© July 14, 1909; 2 c. July 
16, 1909; J 129544.) 

New York, N. Y., Washington's head- 
quarters, 160th st. near Amsterdam 
ave. (© July 14, 1909; 2 c. July 16, 
1909; J 129508.) 

De Yough (John), New York, N. Y. 

[20007 
Cigar brand. (© July 3, 1909; 2 c. 
July 7, 1909; K 9.) 

Diehl (A. J.), Williamsport, Pa. 

[2000S 
Advance agent for Stork & co. (© 
July 13, 1909; 2 c. July 15, 1909; J 
129690.) 

Dunmore (W. Arthur), Fort Mc- 
Kinley, Maine. [20009-20012 

Fort McKinley, Maine: Bowling al- 
leys ; Garrison parade ; New Barracks ; 
Volunteer band. (© July 1, 1909 ; 2 c. 
of each Julv 27, 1909; J 129S04, 
129806, 129802, 129803.) 

Edison mfg. co., Orange, N. J. 

[20013-20055 

Absent minded Cupid. 1-3. (© 
July 9, 1909; 2 c. of each July 10, 
1909; J 129735-129737.) 

Bridegroom's dilemma. (© July 23, 
1909; 2 c. of each July 28, 1909; J 
129794-129797.) 

Buying Manhattan. 1, 2. (© July 
11, 1909; 2 c. of each July 10, 1909; 
J 129729, 129730.) 

Casey's jumping toothache. (© 
July 23, 1909; 2 c. July 10, 1909; J 
129734. ) 

Caught by the coupon craze. 1-3. 
(© July 16, 1909