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Full text of "Annual report of the American Historical Association"

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THIS BOOK PRESENTED BY 

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Writings o?i American History 

1948 

VOLUME II OF THE ANNUAL REPORT OF THE 

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION 

FOR THE YEAR I95O 



House Document Number 96 - 82d Congress, 1st Session 



Writings 
on American History 

1948 




Compiled by the Library of Congress 

James R. Masterson, Editor 
Anna Marie Kane, Assistant 



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To the Memory of 
GRACE GARDNER GRIFFIN 

Editor, 1908-1949 



Preface 



This volume, a classified list of books and articles on United States 
history published during 1948, continues a series of volumes of which 
the latest, for 1939 and 1940, was issued in 1949. No volumes have been 
prepared for the years 1941-47. 

The first volume of this series, listing publications of 1902, was 
issued in 1904, and the second, for publications of 1903, in 1905. The 
years 1904 and 1905 were not covered. Writings published during the 
3^ears 1906-40 were listed in 33 volumes edited by Grace Gardner Griffin. 
Miss Griffin retired from the editorship in 1949 after 41 years of service. 
Her achievement in American historical bibliography has never been 
paralleled. 

The present volume and a volume for 1949 were prepared by the 
Library of Congress between July 6, 1949, and April 2, 1951, with funds 
provided by the American Historical Association. The work was done 
under the general supervision of vSolon J. Buck as occupant of the Chair 
of American History. 

On December 12, 1951, the National Historical Publications Com- 
mission, at the request of the Executive Secretary of the American 
Historical Association, assumed responsibility for preparing the Writings 
and seeing the volumes through the press. It is understood that the 
Writings will continue to be printed as parts of the annual reports of the 
Association. The Commission's only responsibility for the volume for 1948 
has been to complete the reading of proofs. The volume for 1949 is in 
press, and work on the volume for 1950 is nearing completion. No pro- 
vision has yet been made for preparing the volumes for 1941-47. 

The main differences between this volume and its predecessors are 
the following: (1) Only titles pertaining to the history of the United 
States are included. (2) Reviews are not cited. (3) Duplicate citation 
of titles, and cross references within the text, are discontinued; each title 
is cited only once. (4) Biographical titles, and titles designated as 
"sources and documents," are not separated from other titles. (5) Titles 
are arranged, as far as possible, by regions, and topical classification is 
confined to titles that pertain to the United States in general. (6) Titles 
pertaining to relations of the United States with foreign powers, and to 
activities of American citizens, agencies, and organizations abroad, are 
grouped in a separate; section. (7) Titles are cited clu'onologically accord- 
ing to beginning date of subject matter, not alphabetically by author or by 
first word of title. (8) Illustrations, such as maps and portraits, are cited 
for articles as well as for titles published separately. (9) Footnotes or 



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notes at ends of chapters or volumes, citing sources of information or of 
quotations, with page references, are designated by the word "notes." 

(10) The index is expanded for the accommodation of readers who wish 
to pursue single topics through all regions and periods, and whose 
needs in this respect are not met by the present scheme of arrangement. 

(11) The format and typography of the volume are revised for greater 
compactness. 

This volume is designed to include every book and article, however 
brief, that has any considerable value for study and research in the history 
of the United States from prehistoric times to the end of 1945. Works 
mainly descriptive of present conditions, and those dealing mainly with 
current affairs, are cited when they present historical information that 
seems difficult to obtain from other sources or that may be useful as a 
clue to such sources. A few publications of which the texts may have 
little value for historical purposes have been listed because they contain 
illustrations of historical value. 

All publications cited in this volume have been examined by the 
editor. An attempt has been made to cite in the volume for 1949 the 
relevant publications issued during 1948 that were not seen while the 
volume for 1948 was in course of preparation. 



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Contents 



Page 
The Historical Proiession ... 1 
Historiography and allied disci- 
plines 1 

The teacliing of history and allied 

subjects 5 

Historians and allied workers . . 7 
Lists and descriptions of historical 

materials 10 

Bibliography 11 

Printed works 12 

Manuscripts 17 

Cartography 19 

Iconography 19 

Other lists and descriptions . . 21 
Repositories and custodians of his- 
torical materials 25 

Nationwide History 30 

Political, economic, and social 

themes 32 

Politics and public administra- 
tion 34 

Law and the judiciary .... 43 

Communication 48 

Natural resources, production, 

and industry 51 

Transportation 57 

Property, money, and taxes . . 61 
Consumers and consumers' inter- 
ests 65 

Labor 68 

Population, races, and national- 
ities 71 

Social themes 74 

Sports 75 

Army, Navy, and Air Forces . . 76 

Education 82 

The arts 84 

Literature (except drama) . . 84 
The theater and allied arts and 

entertainments . .^ . . . . 88 

The fine arts 90 

Music 93 

The sciences 96 

Churches and religions 100 

Family history 104 

Other subjects 105 



Page 

Regional and Local History . . 108 

The East 117 

New England 118 

Maine 120 

Statewide history .... 120 

Local history ...... 121 

New Hampshire 122 

Statewide history .... 122 

Local history 122 

Vermont 123 

Statewide history .... 123 

Local history 124 

Massachusetts 124 

Statewide history .... 124 

Boston 125 

Other local history .... 128 

Rhode Island 133 

Statewide history .... 133 

Newport 133 

Providence 134 

Other local history .... 134 

Connecticut 135 

Statewide history .... 135 

New Haven 135 

Other local history .... 136 

The Middle Atlantic States . . 138 

New York 139 

Statewide history .... 139 

New York City 140 

Long Island (except areas 

within New York City) . 147 

Other local history .... 149 

New Jersey 156 

Statewide history .... 156 

Local history 156 

Pennsylvania 159 

Statewide history .... 159 

Philadelphia 162 

Pittsburgh 165 

Other local history .... 167 

Delaware 174 

Statewide history .... 174 

Local history 174 

The South 175 

The Southern Atlantic States . 182 

Maryland 183 

Statewide history .... 183 



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Regional and Local History — 
Continued 
The South — Continued 

The Southern Atlantic States — 
Continued 

Maryland — Continued Page 

Baltimore 184 

Other local history .... 185 

Virginia 186 

Statewide history .... 186 

Local history 188 

The District of Columbia . . 193 

North Carolina 196 

Statewide history .... 196 

Local history 197 

South Carolina 198 

Statewide history .... 198 

Charleston 199 

Other local history .... 200 

Georgia 201 

Statewide history .... 201 

Local history 202 

Florida 204 

Statewide history .... 204 

Local history 205 

The Gulf States 207 

Alabama 207 

Statewide history .... 207 

Local history 208 

Mississippi 209 

Statewide history .... 209 

Local history 209 

Louisiana 210 

Statewide history .... 210 

New Orleans 211 

Other local history .... 212 

Texas 213 

Statewide history .... 213 

Local history 215 

The Border States 221 

West Virginia 222 

Statewide history .... 222 

Local history 222 

Kentucky 223 

Statewide history .... 223 

Local history 224 

Tennessee 227 

Statewide history .... 227 

Local history 227 

Missouri 228 

Statewide history .... 228 

Local history 229 



Regional and Local History — 
Continued 
The South — Continued 

The Border States — Continued Page 

Arkansas 231 

Statewide history .... 231 

Local history 231 

Oklahoma 232 

Statewide history .... 232 

Local history 233 

The West 234 

The North Central States ... 239 

Ohio . . .• 242 

Statewide history .... 242 

Local history 243 

Indiana 247 

Statewide history .... 247 

Local history 247 

Illinois 249 

Statewide history .... 249 

Chicago 250 

Other local history .... 252 

Michigan 254 

Statewide history .... 254 

Detroit 254 

Other local history .... 256 

Wisconsin 258 

Statewide history .... 258 

Local history 259 

Minnesota 261 

Statewide history .... 261 

Local history 262 

Iowa 263 

Statewide history .... 263 

Local history 264 

North Dakota 266 

South Dakota 266 

Nebraska 266 

Statewide history .... 266 

Local history 267 

Kansas 267 

Statewide history .... 267 

Local history 268 

The Rocky Mountain States . 269 

Montana 270 

Statewide history .... 270 

Local history 271 

Idaho .271 

Statewide history .... 271 

Local history 271 

Wyoming 272 

Statewide history .... 272 

Local history 272 



Regional and Local History — 
Continued 
The West— Continued 

The Rocky Mountain States — 

Continued Page 

Colorado 273 

Statewide history .... 273 

Local history 274 

Utah 276 

Statewide history .... 276 

Local history 277 

New Mexico 278 

Statewide history .... 278 

Local history 279 

Arizona 281 

Statewide history .... 281 

Local history 281 

The Pacific States 282 

Washington 283 

Statewide history .... 283 

Local history 283 

Oregon 284 

Statewide history .... 284 

Local history 285 

Nevada 286 

Statewide history .... 286 

Local history 286 

California 286 

Statewide history .... 286 

San Francisco 289 

Los Angeles 290 

Other local history .... 291 

Territories and dependencies . . 297 

Alaska 297 

Hawaii 299 

The Philippine Islands (to 

1946) 300 

Other Pacific dependencies . . 302 



Regional and Local History — 
Continued 
Territories and dependencies — 

Continued Page 

The Canal Zone 302 

The Virgin Islands of the United 

States 303 

Puerto Rico 303 

International History in Rela- 
tion TO THE United States . . 304 

The An^ericas 310 

Canada and Greenland . . . . 311 

The West Indies 315 

Mexico 316 

Central America 319 

South America 319 

The Atlantic Powers 320 

Europe 321 

The Scandinavian Powers . . 326 

The British Isles 326 

The Netherlands, Belgium, 

and Luxembourg .... 330 

France 331 

The Iberian Peninsula . . . 336 

Germany 336 

Italy 338 

Austria 339 

Poland 339 

The Balkan States 339 

Africa 339 

The Middle East 340 

The Pacific Powers 340 

Oceania 342 

Japan 345 

Korea 346 

China 347 

India and Burma 348 

Russia 348 



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Periodicals Cited in Abbreviated Form 



Aberdeen Univ. rev. The Aberdeen Uni- 
versity review. Aberdeen, Scotland: 
Aberdeen Univ. Alumnus Assoc. 

Abr. Lincoln guar. The Abraham Lincoln 
quarterly. Springfield, 111.: Abraham 
Lincoln Assoc. 

Acad. Nac. Ciencias, Mem. y rev. 
Memorias y revista de la Academia 
Nacional de Ciencias Antonio Alzate. 
Mexico. 

Ad-i-ron-dac . The Ad-i-ron-dac. Al- 
bany, N. Y.: Adirondack Mountain 
Club. 

Agric. hist. Agricultural history. Wash.: 
Agricultural History Soc. 

Ala. law rev. Alabama law review. 
University: School of Law, Univ. of 
Alabama. [Vol. 1, no. 1, autumn 1948.] 

Ala. lawyer. The Alabama lawyer: offi- 
cial organ. State Bar of Alabama. 
Montgomery: Alabama Lawyer. 

Ala. rev. The Alabama review: a quar- 
terly journal of Alabama history. 
University: Univ. of Alabama Press 
in cooperation with the Alabama 
Historical Assoc. [Vol. 1, no. 1, Jan. 
1948.] 

Alaska life. Alaska life: the territorial 
magazine. Seattle: Alaska Life Pub- 
lishing Co. 

Alaska sportsman. The Alaska sports- 
man. Ketchikan, Alaska: Alas- 
ka Magazine Publishing Co. 

Albemarle Co. Hist. Soc, Papers. 
Papers of the Albemarle County 
Historical Society. Charlottesville, Va. 

Alumnae folio. The alumnae folio. 
[Cleveland, Ohio] Alumnae Assoc, 
Flora Stone Mather College, Western 
Reserve Univ. 

Am. Acad. Pol. Science, Ann. Annals 
of the American Academy of Political 
and Social Science. Phila. 

Am. anthrop. American anthropologist. 
Menasha, Wis.: American Anthropo- 
logical Assoc. 



Am. antiq. American antiquity. Me- 
nasha, Wis.: Soc. for American Arch- 
aeology. 

A7n. antiques jour. The American an- 
tiques journal. Mount Vernon, Ohio: 
Guide Publishing Co. 

Ayn. archivist. The American archivist. 
Cedar Rapids, la.: Soc. of American 
Archivists. 

Am. artist. American artist. N. Y.: 
Watson-Guptill Publications, Inc. 

Am. Assoc. Univ. Professors bul. Ameri- 
can Association of University Professors 
bulletin. Easton, Pa. 

Am. Bar Assoc, jour. American Bar 
Association journal. Chicago. 

Am. bee jour. The American bee journal. 
Hamilton, 111. 

Am. Cath. Hist. Soc, Rec. Records 
of the American Catholic Historical 
Society of Philadelphia, with which is 
combined American Catholic historical 
researches. Phila. 

A7n. collector. American collector: the 
monthly magazine of art and antiques. 
N. Y.: Collectors Publishing Co., Inc. 

Am. Dental Assoc, Jour. The journal 
of the American Dental Association. 
Chicago. 

Am. Dietetic Assoc, Jour. Journal 
of the American Dietetic Association. 
Baltimore. 

Am. eccles. rev. The American eccle- 
siastical review. Wash.: Catholic 
Univ. of America Press. 

Am. econ. rev. The American economic 
review. Menasha, Wis.: American 
Economic Assoc. 

Am. Federationist. The American Feder- 
ationist. Wash.: American Federation 
of Labor. 

Am. Foreign Service jour. American 
Foreign Service journal. Wash.: 
American Foreign Service Assoc. 

ylm. forests. American forests. Wash.: 
American Forestry Assoc. 



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Am.-German rev. The American-German 
review. Phila.: Carl Schurz Memo- 
rial Foundation, Inc. 

Am. heritage. American heritage: a 
journal of community history. Coop- 
erstown, N. Y.: American Assoc. 
for State and Local History. 

Arn. hist. rev. The American historical 
review, Richmond, Va.: Macmillan 
Co. for the Anierican Historical Assoc. 

Am. Inst. Architects, Jour. Journal 
of the American Institute of Architects. 
Wash. 

Am. Jew. arch. American Jewish ar- 
chives, devoted to the preservation and 
study of American Jewish historical 
records. Cincinnati, Ohio: Hebrew 
Union College. [Vol. 1, no. 1, Jun. 
1948.] 

Am. Jew. Hist. See, Pub. Publications 
of the American Jewish Historical So- 
ciety. N. Y. 

Am. jour. econ. and sociol. The Amer- 
ican journal of economics and sociology. 
Lancaster, Pa.: Robert Schalkenbach 
Foundation. 

Am. jour, internatl. law. The American 
journal of international law. Wash.: 
American Soc. of International Law. 

Am. jour. Tpharmaceutical educ. The 
American journal of pharmaceutical 
education. Lincoln, Neb.: American 
Assoc, of Colleges of Pharmacy. 

Am. jour, sociol. The American journal 
of sociology. Chicago: Univ. of Chi- 
cago Press. 

Am. Judicature Soc, Jour. Journal 
of the American Judicature Society. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

A7n. Leg. mag. The American Legion 
magazine. Louisville, Ky. 

Am. lit. American literature: a journal 
of literary history, criticism, and 
bibliography. Durham, N. C: Duke 
Univ. Press with the cooperation of 
the American Literature Group of the 
Modern Language Assoc, of America. 

Arn. mercury. The American mercury, 
with which is combined the magazine 
Common sense. Concord, N. H.: 
The American Mercury, Inc. 

Am. MusicoLOGirAL Soc, Jour. Journal 
of the American Musicological Society. 
Mass. [Vol. 1, no. 1, spring 1948.] 



Am. Neptune. The American Neptune: 
a quarterly journal of maritime his- 
tory. Salem, Mass.: The American 
Neptune, Inc. 

Am. notes & queries. American notes 
& queries: a journal for the curious. 
North Bennington, Vt.: American 
Notes & Queries. 

Am. Numismatic Soc. Mus. notes. Amer- 
ican Numismatic Society Museum 
notes. N. Y. 

Am. Petroleum Inst. guar. American 
Petroleum Institute quarterly. N. Y. 

Am. Phil. Soc, Proc. Proceedings of 
the American Philosophical Society 
Held at Philadelphia for Promoting 
Useful Knowledge. Phila. 

Am. philatelist. The American philate- 
list. Federalsburg, Md.: American 
Philatelic Soc. 

A7n. pol. science rev. The American 
political science review. Menasha, 
Wis.: American Political Science As- 
soc. 

A)n. rev. Soviet vied. The American 
review of Soviet medicine. N. Y.: 
American-Soviet Medical Soc. [Dis- 
continued with vol. 5, no. 4, Oct. 1948.] 

Ain. rifleman. The American rifleman. 
Wash.: National Rifle Assoc, of Amer- 
ica. 

Am.-Scandinavian rev. The American- 
Scandinavian review. Princeton, N. J.: 
American-Scandinavian Foundation. 

Ayn. scholar. The American scholar: 
a quarterly for the independent thinker. 
Richmond, Va.: William Byrd Press 
for Phi Beta Kappa. 

Am. scientist. American scientist . . . 
published quarterly in the interest of 
scientific research. Burlington, Vt.: 
Society of the Sigma Xi, Inc. 

Atn. Slavic and East European rev. The 
American Slavic and East European 
review. N.Y.: Columbia Univ. Press 
for the American Assoc, for the 
Advancement of Slavic Studies. 

Am. Soc. Legion of Honor mag. The 
American Society Legion of Honor 
magazine. N. Y.: American Soc. of 
the Frencli Legion of Honor, Inc. 

Am. Soc Psychical Research, Jour. 
The journal of the American Society 
for Psvchical Research. N. Y. 



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Am. sociol. rev. American sociological 
review. Menasha, Wis.: American 
Sociological Soc. 

Am. speech. American speech: a quar- 
terly of linguistic usage. N. Y.: 
Columbia Univ. Press. 

Am. Statistical Assoc, Jour. Journal 
of the American Statistical Association. 
Menasha, Wis. 

Am. Swedish Hist. Foundation, Yr. 
bk. American Swedish Historical 
Foundation. Year book. Phila. 

America. America: revista de la Asocia- 
ci6n de Escritores y Artistas Ameri- 
canos. Habana. 

Americas. The Americas: a quarterly 
review of inter-American cultural his- 
tory. Wash.: Academy of American 
Franciscan History. 

Amherst grad. guar. Amherst graduates' 
quarterly. Amherst, Mass. 

Ann. dentistry. Annals of dentistry. 
Baltimore: The New York Academy 
of Dentistry. 

Ann. la. Annals of Iowa: a magazine 
of history. Des Moines: Iowa State 
Department of History and Archives. 

Ann. Wyo. Annals of Wyoming . . , 
a historical magazine. Cheyenne: 
Wyoming Historical Department. 

Antiaircraft jour. Antiaircraft journal. 
Wash.: United States Coast Artillery 
Assoc. [Formerly Coast Artillery jour- 
nal; title changed with vol. 91, no. 
5, Sep. 1948.] 

Antioch rev. The Antioch review. Yel- 
low Springs, Ohio: The Antioch Re- 
view, Inc. 

Antiguarian bookman. Antiquarian book- 
man: the weekly magazine of the anti- 
quarian book trade, issued from the 
offices of Pubhshers' weekly. N. Y.: 
R. R. Bowker Co. [Vol. 1, no. 1, Jan. 
1948.] 

Antigue automobile. The antique auto- 
mobile. Phila.: The Antique Auto- 
mobile Club of America. 

Antigues. The magazine antiques. 
Phila. 

Arbor. Arbor: revista g'eneral de inves- 
tigaci6n y cultura. Madrid: Serrano. 

Arch, ibero-ajn. Archivo ibero-ameri- 
cano: revista de estudios hist6ricos. 
Madrid: Joaquin Costa. 



Arch, internatl. d'hist. des sciences. Ar- 
chives Internationales d'histoire des 
sciences. Paris: Acad^mie Interna- 
tionale d'Histoire des Sciences. 

Archaeol. Archaeology: a magazine dealing 
with the antiquity of the world. 
Cambridge, Mass.: Archaeological In- 
stitute of America. [Vol. 1, no. 1, 
Mar. 1948.] 

Archeol. Soc. Conn., Bid. Bulletin 
of the Archeological Society of Con- 
necticut. New Haven. 

Archeol. Soc. N. J., Bui. Bulletin. 
The Archeological Society of New 
Jersey. Trenton, N. J. [No. 1, Jul. 
1948.] 

Archeol. Soc. Va., Quar. bul. Quarterly 
bulletin of the Archeological Society of 
Virginia, [n. p.] 

Architectural rec. Architectural record. 
Concord, N. H.: F. W. Dodge Corp. 

Arctic. Arctic: journal of the Arctic 
Institute of North America. Ottawa, 
Can. 

Ariz. guar. The Arizona quarterly. 
Tucson: Univ. of Arizona. 

Ark. hist. guar. The Arkansas historical 
quarterly. Van Buren and Fayette- 
ville: Arkansas Historical Assoc. 

Ark. law rev. Arkansas law review and 
Bar Association journal. Fayetteville: 
School of Law of the Univ. of Arkansas 
and the Bar Assoc, of Arkansas. 

Armed Forces chem. jour. Armed Forces 
chemical journal. Wash.: Armed 
Forces Chemical Assoc. 

Army transp. jour. Army transportation 
journal. Wash.: Army Transporta- 
tion Assoc. 

Art bul. The art bulletin. N. Y.: 
College Art Assoc, of America. 

Art in Am. Art in America: an illus- 
trated quarterl}' magazine. Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Art Mus., Princeton Univ., Rec. 
Record of the Art Museum, Princeton 
University. [Princeton, N. J.] The 
Art Museum, a Section of the Depart- 
ment of Art and Archaeology of 
Princeton Univ. 

Art news. Art news. N. Y.: The Art 
Foundation, Inc. 

Art guar. The art quarterly, Detroit: 
Detroit Institute of Arts. 



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Assoc. Am. Colleges but. Association of 
American Colleges bulletin. Lancaster, 
Pa. 

Athene. Athene: the American maga- 
zine of Hellenic thought. Chicago. 

Atlanta hist. bul. The Atlanta historical 
bulletin. [Atlanta, Ga.] Atlanta His- 
torical Soc. 

Atlantic mo. The Atlantic monthly. 
Concord, N. H.: The Atlantic Month- 
ly Co. 

Auk. The auk: a quarterly journal of 
ornithology. Lancaster, Pa.: Amer- 
ican Ornithologists' Union. 

Autograph collectors' jour. The auto- 
graph collectors' journal. Chicago: 
National Soc. of Autograph Collectors. 
[Vol. 1, no. 1, Oct. 1948.] 

Badger hist. Badger history. Madison, 
Wis.: State Historical Soc. of Wis- 
consin. 

Beaver. The beaver: a magazine of the 
North. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Hud- 
son's Bay Co. 

Bermuda hist. guar. The Bermuda his- 
torical quarterly. Hamilton, Ber- 
muda: Bermuda Historical Quarterly. 

BiBLioG. Soc. Am., Papers. The papers 
of the Bibliographical Society of 
America. N. Y. 

BiBLiOG. Soc. Univ. Va., Papers. Papers 
of the Bibliographical Society, Uni- 
versity of Virginia. Charlottesville. 
[Vol. 1, annual, 1948-49, published 
1948.] 

Bios. Bios. Mount Vernon, la.: Beta 
Beta Beta Biological Fraternity. 

Blackwood's. Blackwood's magazine. 
Edinburgh and London: William 
Blackwood & Sons, Ltd. 

Bol. Arch. Gen. Boletin del Archive 
General de la Naci6n. Mexico: Sec- 
retarfa de Gobernaci6n, Direcci6n Gen- 
eral de Informaci6n. 

Boston Univ. law rev. Boston University 
law review. Worcester, Mass.: Bos- 
ton Univ. School of Law. 

Bostonia. Bostonia. Boston, Mass.: 
Boston Univ. Alumni Assoc. 

Brooklyn law rev. Brooklyn law review. 
Brooklyn: The Students of Brooklyn 
Law School. 

Bul. bibliog. Bulletin of bibliography. 
Boston: The F. W. Faxon Co. 



Bul. hist. med. Bulletin of the history 
of medicine. Baltimore: The Johns 
Hopkins Press for the American Assoc, 
of the History of Medicine and the 
Johns Hopkins Institute of the History 
of Medicine. 

Bus. Hist. Soc, Bul. Bulletin of the 
Business Historical Society. Boston. 

Calif. Hist. Soc. guar. California Histor- 
ical Society quarterly. San Francisco. 

Calif, law rev. California law review. 
Berkeley: Students of the School of 
Jurisprudence of the Univ. of Cali- 
fornia. 

Cambridge jour. The Cambridge journal: 
a monthly review. Cambridge, Eng.t 
Bowes and Bowes. 

Camden Co. Hist. Soc. bul. Camden 
County Historical Society bulletin. 
Camden, N. J. 

Camden Co. Hist. Soc. pub. Camden 
County Historical Society publications. 
[Camden, N. J.] 

Canad. hist. rev. The Canadian historical 
review. Toronto: Univ. of Toronto 
Press. 

Canad. mining jour. Canadian mining 
journal. Gardenvale, Que.: National 
Business Publications, Ltd. 

Cape May Co. mag. hist. & geneal. The 
Cape May County, New Jersey, 
magazine of history and genealogy. 
Cape May: Cape May County His- 
torical and Genealogical Soc. 

Carnegie mag. Carnegie magazine, dedi- 
cated to literature, science, and art. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Carnegie Institute, 
Carnegie Library, and Carnegie Insti- 
tute of Technology. 

Carolina guar. The Carolina quarterly 
from Chapel Hill. Chapel Hill: 
Univ. of North Carolina. [Vol. 1, 
no. 1, fall 1948.] 

Castanea. Castanea: the journal of the 
Southern Appalachian Botanical Club. 
Morgantown: West Virginia Univ. 

Cath. hist. rev. The Catholic historical 
review. Wash.: The Catholic Univ. 
of America Press for the American 
Catholic Historical Assoc. 

Cath. lib. world. The Catholic library 
world. N. Y.: Catholic Library As- 
soc. 

Cath. school jour. The Catholic school 
journal: a periodical of Catholic educa- 



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tion. Milwaukee, Wis.: Bruce Pub- 
lishing Co. 

Cath. world. The Catholic world: a 
monthly magazine of general literature 
and science. N. Y.: The Missionary 
Soc. of St. Paul the Apostle in the 
State of New York. 

Cattleman. The cattleman. Fort Worth, 
Tex.: The Texas and Southwestern 
Cattle Raisers Assoc, Inc. 

Chicago hist. Chicago history: an in- 
formal publication devoted in the main 
to the Society's museum, library, and 
activities. Chicago: The Chicago 
Historical Soc. 

Chron. Okla. The chronicles of Okla- 
homa. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma 
Historical Soc. 

Church hist. Church history. N. Y. : 
The American Soc. of Church History. 

Ciba symposia. Ciba symposia. Sum- 
mit, N. J.: Ciba Pharmaceutical 
Products. 

Classical jour. The classical journal: 
a magazine interpreting to the thought- 
ful teacher and the public the signifi- 
cance of ancient classical civlization in 
its relation to modern life. Menasha, 
Wis.: George Banta Publishing Co. 
for the Classical Assoc, of the Middle 
West and South [etc.]. 

Coast Artillery jour. Coast Artillery 
journal. Wash.: United States Coast 
Artillery Assoc. [Title changed to 
Antiaircraft journal with vol. 91, no. 
5, Sep. 1948.] 

Coin collector's jour. The coin collector's 
journal. N. Y.: Wayte Raymond, 
Inc. 

Collector. The collector: a magazine for 
autograph and historical collectors. 
N . Y . : Walter R. Benjamin Auto- 
graphs. 

Collectors Club philatelist. The Collectors 
Club philatelist: a quarterly devoted 
to philatelic study & research. N. Y.: 
The Collectors Club, Inc. 

College art jour. College art journal. 
N. Y.: The College Art Assoc, of 
America. 

College English. College English. Chi- 
cago: Univ. of Chicago Press for the 
National Council of Teachers of Eng- 
lish. 



College of Educ. rec. College of Educa- 
tion record. Seattle: Bureau of Edu- 
cational Research and School Service 
of the College of Education, Univ. of 
Washington. 

College Phys. Phila., Trans. Trans- 
actions and studies of the College of 
Physicians of Philadelphia. Phila. 

Colo. mag. The Colorado magazine. 
Denver: State Historical Soc. of 
Colorado. 

Columbia law rev. Columbia law rev. 
Brattleboro, Vt.: Columbia [Univ.] 
Law Students. 

Commercial law jour. Commercial law 
journal. Chicago: Commercial Law 
League of America. 

Common ground. Common ground. N. Y.: 
Common Council for American Unity. 

Commonwealth. Commonwealth: the 
magazine for Pennsylvania. [State 
College] Pennograph Pub. Co. 

Concordia Hist. Inst. guar. Concordia 
Historical Institute quarterly. St. 
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Conn. Bar jour. Connecticut Bar jour- 
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Conn. Hist. Soc. bul. Connecticut His- 
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Conn. State med. jour. The Connecticut 
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Connoisseur. The connoisseur, with 
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Contemp. Japan. Contemporary Japan: 
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Cornell law guar. Cornell law quarterly. 
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Cosmos Club bul. Cosmos Club bulletin. 
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Crozer guar. Crozer quarterly. Chester, 
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Cuadernos americanos. Cuadernos amer- 
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D. A. R., Rep. National Society of the 
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D. A. R. mag. The Daughters of the 
American Revolution magazine. 



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Wash.: National Soc, Daughters of the 
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Dalhousie rev. The Dalhousie review. 
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Danvers Hist. Soc, Hist. col. Historical 
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Dartmouth College Lib. bul. Dartmouth 
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Davis & Elkins hist. mag. The Davis 
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Decorator. The decorator. [N o r o t o n , 
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Del. hist. Delaware history. Wilming- 
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Dental items. Dental items of interest: 
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Desert mag. The desert magazine. Palm 
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Detroit Hist. Soc, Bul. Bulletin of 
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Detroit Inst. Arts, Bul. Bulletin of 
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Detroit Soc. Geneal. Research mag. The 
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Diapason. The diapason: a monthly 
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American Guild of Organists and 
Canadian College of Organists. 

Dickensian. The Dickensian: a quar- 
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London: The Dickens Fellowship at 
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Dickinson law rev. Dickinson law review. 
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Dominicana. Dominicana. Wash. [The 
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Dutchess Co. Hist. Soc, Yr. bk. 
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ELH. ELH: a journal of English lit- 
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Econ. geog. Economic geography. Wor- 
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Econ. jour. Economic journal. London: 
The Royal Economic Soc. 

Econometrica. Econometrica: journal of 
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Education. Education : a monthly mag- 
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Element, school jour. The elementary 
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Emory Univ. quar. The Emory Uni- 
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Ga. : Emory Univ. 

Eng. jour. The English journal: . . . 
the professional magazine of the teach- 
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Chicago: National Council of Teach- 
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Essay proof jour. The essay proof jour- 
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Essex Inst. hist. col. The Essex Institute 
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Ethyl news. Ethyl news. N. Y. : Ethyl 
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Etude. Etude: the music magazine. 
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Far Eastern quar. The Far Eastern 
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Fed. Bar jour. The Federal Bar journal. 
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Fellowship. Fellowship of U. S. -British 
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Field & lab. Field & laboratory: con- 
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Field Artillery jour. The Field Artillery 
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Filson Club hist. quar. The Filson Club 
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The Filson Club. 



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Fla. anthrop. The Florida anthropolo- 
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Fla. hist. quar. The Florida historical 
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Fla. law jour. Florida law journal. 
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Food drug cosmetic law quar. Food drug 
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Fordham law rev. Fordham law review. 
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Foreign affairs. N. Y. : Council on 
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Fortune. Fortune. Chicago: Time, 
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Franklin Inst., Jour. Journal of the 
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French Am. rev. The French American 
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French rev. The French review. Balti- 
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Friends Hist. Assoc, Bui. The bulletin 
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Friends' Hist. Soc, Jour. The journal 
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Frontier times. Frontier times. Baird, 
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Ft. Ticonderoga Mus., Bui. The bul- 
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Ga. Bar jour. Georgia Bar journal. 
Macon, Ga. : Georgia Bar Assoc. 

Ga. hist. quar. The Georgia historical 
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Ga. rev. The Georgia review. Athens: 
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Gallery notes. Gallery notes. Buffalo, 
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Gen. mag. and hist, chron. The general 
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Geo. Wash, law rev. The George Wash- 
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Geog. rev. The geographical review. 
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Geol. Soc. Am., Bui. Bulletin of the 
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Georgetown law jour. The Georgetown 
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German quar. The German quarterly. 
Appleton, Wis.: American Assoc, of 
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Germanic rev. The Germanic review, 
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N. Y.: Columbia Univ. Press for the 
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Guild ticker. The Guild ticker. Fayette- 
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Harper's. Harper's magazine. Albany, 
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Harv. law rev. Harvard law review. 
Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard Law Re- 
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Harv. Lib. bul. Harvard Library bulletin. 
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Harv. theol. rev. The Harvard theo- 
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Heart throbs of the West. Heart throbs 
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High school jour. The high school 
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Hisp. Am. hist. rev. The Hispanic 
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Hisp. rev. Hispanic review: a quarterly 
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Hist, and Phil. Soc. Ohio, Bul. Bul- 
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Hist. bul. The historical bulletin: a 
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Hist. N. H. Historical New Hampshire. 
Concord: New Hampshire Historical 
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Hist. rev. Berks Co. The historical review 
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Hist. Soc. Montgomery Co., Bul. 
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Hist. Soc. South Calif., Quar. The 
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Historian. The historian: a journal of 
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Alpha Theta, National Honorary Fra- 
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Historiographer. The historiographer. 
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Hobbies. Hobbies: the magazine for col- 
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Holiday. Holiday. Phila.: Curtis 
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Hollywood quar. Hollywood quarterly. 
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Hoosier folklore. Hoosier folklore: a quar- 
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Horizon. Horizon: journal of the Philo- 
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Horn's. Horn's: the magazine for book- 
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Horse. The horse: "The magazine for 
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Hug. Soc. S. C, Trans. Transactions 
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Huntington Lib. quar. The Huntington 
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I. C. C. Practitioners' jour. I. C. C. 
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la. jour. hist. The Iowa journal of 
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la. law rev. Iowa law review. Iowa 
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I bero- Americana. Ibero-Americana, 
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III. law rev. Illinois law review. Chi- 
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III. lib. Illinois hbraries. Springfield: 
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III. State Hist. Soc, Jour., Journal 
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Ind. hist. bul. Indiana history bulletin. 
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Ind. law jour. Indiana law journal. 
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Ind. mag. hist. Indiana magazine of 
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Ind. quar. bookmen. The Indiana quar- 
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Industrial and labor rel. rev. Industrial 
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Infantry jour. Infantry journal. Wash. : 
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Inland seas. Inland seas. Cleveland, 
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Internatl. affairs. International affairs. 
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Internatl. jour. Am. linguistics. Inter- 
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the Am. Anthropological Assoc, with 
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Isis. Isis: an international review de- 
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Italica. Italica. Menasha, Wis.: 
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Jew. rev. The Jewish review: a journal 
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Jeiv. social stud. Jewish social studies: 
a quarterly journal devoted to con- 
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Johns Hopkins alumni mag. The Johns 
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Jour, air law. Journal of air law and 
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Joiir. business. The journal of business 
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Jour. cent. Eur. affairs. Journal of 
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Jour, chemical educ. Journal of chemical 
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Jour, criminal law. The journal of 
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Jour, documentation. The journal of 
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Jour. econ. hist. The journal of economic 
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Jour. educ. research. Journal of educa- 
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Jour. educ. sociol. The journal of educa- 
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Jour. Eng. and Germanic philol. The 
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Jour, farm econ. Journal of farm eco- 
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Jour. geog. The journal of geography. 
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Jour, higher educ. The journal of higher 
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Jour. hist, ideas. Journal of the history 
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Jour. hist. med. Journal of the history 
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Jour, home econ. Journal of home 
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Jour, marketing. The journal of market- 
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Jour. Miss. hist. The journal of Mis- 
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Jour. mod. hist. The journal of modern 
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Jour. Negro educ. The journal of 
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Jour. Negro hist. The journal of Negro 
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Jour. pol. The journal of poHtics. 
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Jour. pol. econ. The journal of political 
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Jour. South, hist. The journal of South- 
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Journalism quar. Journalism quarterly, 
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Jr. college jour. Junior college journal. 
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Jr. historian. The junior historian. 
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Jr. historian {Tex.). The junior his- 
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Just buttons. Just buttons. Hartford, 
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Kan. Acad. Science, Trans. Transac- 
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Kan. hist. guar. The Kansas historical 
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Kan. Judicial Council bid. Kansas Judi- 
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Kenyan rev. The Kenyon review. Gam- 
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Kiva. The kiva. Tucson, Ariz.: Ari- 
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Know. Know. Norfolk, Va. : Norfolk 
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Ky. engineer. The Kentucky engineer. 
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Ky. law rev. Kentucky law journal. 
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Ky. Lib. Assoc, Bui. Bulletin of the 
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Ky. med. jour. Kentucky medical jour- 
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Ky. State Bar jour. Kentucky State 
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La. hist. quar. The Louisiana historical 
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La. law rev. Louisiana law review. 
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Labor and nation. Labor and nation: 
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N. Y. : Inter-Union Institute, Inc 

Lamp. The lamp: a Catholic monthly 
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Graymoor, Garrison, N. Y. : Fran- 
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Lancaster Co. Hist. Soc, Papers. 
Papers of the Lancaster County His- 
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Land econ. Land economics: a quarterly 
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Landscape architecture. Landscape archi- 
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Law and contemp. problems. Law and 
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Law lib. jour. Law library journal. 
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Lawyers Guild rev. Lawyers Guild re- 
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Lib. chron. The Library chronicle. 
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Lib. Cong. quar. jour. The Library of 
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Lib. notes. Library notes: a bulletin 
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Lib. quar. The library quarterly: a 
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Graduate Library School, Univ. of 
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Lincoln herald. Lincoln herald: a maga- 
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Harrogate, Tenn.: Lincoln Memorial 
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Long Island forum. The Long Island 
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Los Angeles Bar bvl. Los Angeles Bar 
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Loyolalawrev. Loyola law review. New 
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Luth. Church quar. The Lutheran Church 
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Mag. of art. Magazine of art. Wash.: 
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Marine Corps gaz. The Marine Corps 
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Marquette law rev. Marquette law re- 
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Mass. Archaeol. See, Bui. Bulletin 
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Mass. law quar. Massachusetts law 
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Masterkey. The masterkey. Los An- 
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Md. hist. & geneal. bul. The Maryland 
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Md. hist. mag. Maryland historical 
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Md. hist, notes. Maryland history notes: 
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Md. law rev. Maryland law review. 
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Mech. engineering. Mechanical engineer- 
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Med. ann. Dist. of Col. Medical annals 
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Mennonite life. Mennonite life. North 
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Mennonite quar. rev. The Mennonite 
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Mercure de France. Le mercure de 
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Met. Mus. of Art bul. The Metropolitan 
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Miami law quar. Miami law quarterly. 
Miami, Fla.: Dade County Bar Assoc, 
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Mich. Acad. Science, Papers. Papers 
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Mich. hist. Michigan history. Lansing: 
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Mich, law rev. Michigan law review. 
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Microfilm abstracts. Microfilm abstracts: 
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Mid-America. Mid-America: an histor- 
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Midw.jour. The Midwest journal. Jef- 
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Mil. affairs. Military affairs. Wash.: 
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Mil. chaplain. The military chaplain. 
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Mil. engineer. The military engineer. 
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Mil. surgeon. The military surgeon. 
Wash.: Assoc, of Military Surgeons 
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Milbank Memorial Fund quar. The 
Milbank Memorial Fund quarterly. 
N. Y.: Milbank Memorial Fund. 



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Mineralogist. The mineralogist, devoted 
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collector. Portland, Ore.: The Min- 
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Minn. hist. Minnesota history. St. 
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Minn, law rev. Minnesota law review. 
Minneapolis: Minnesota Law Review 
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Minn. med. Minnesota medicine. St. 
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Minute man. The minute man. Chi- 
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Miss, law jour. Mississippi law journal: 
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Miss. Valley hist. rev. The Mississippi 
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Miss. Valley med. jour. Mississippi Val- 
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Mo. archaeologist. The Missouri archae- 
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Mo. Botanical Garden, Ann. Annals 
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Mo. hist. rev. Missouri historical review. 
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Mo. law rev. Missouri law review. Co- 
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Mod. lang. notes. Modern language 
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Mod. lang. guar. Modern language quar- 
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Mod. packaging. Modern packaging. 
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Monmouth Co. Hist. Assoc, bul. Mon- 
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Mont, law rev. Montana law review. 
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Month at Goodspeed's. The month at 
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Moonbeams. Moonbeams. Cincinnati: 
The Procter & Gamble Co. (Manufac- 
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Motor news. Motor news. Ypsilanti, 
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Mt. Holyoke alumnae guar. Mount Hol- 
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Mass.: Alumnae Assoc, of Mount 
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Municipal Engineers jour. The Munic- 
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Municipal Engineers of the City of 
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Mus. echoes. Museum echoes. Colum- 
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Mus. OP Fine Arts, Bul. Bulletin of 
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Mus. of Mod. Art bul. The Museum of 
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Mtis. service. Museum service. Roches- 
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Musical Am. Musical America. N. Y,: 
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Musical digest. Musical digest: an inde- 
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Musical guar. The musical quarterly. 
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Musicology. Musicology. Middlebury, 
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NACCA law jour. NACCA law journal, 
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A^. A. M. law digest. N. A. M. law 
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N. C. hist. rev. The North CaroUna 
historical review. Raleigh: State De- 
partment of Archives and History. 



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A^. C. law rev. The North Carolina 
law review. Chapel Hill: Univ. of 
North Carolina Press for the Univ. 
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N. D. hist. North Dakota history. 
Bismarck: State Historical Soc. of 
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NEA jour. NEA journal. Wash.: Na- 
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A''. /. compass. New Jersey compass. 
Princeton: New Jersey Compass, Inc. 

N. J. Hist. Soc, Proc. Proceedings 
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a quarterly magazine chiefly devoted to 
New Jersey histor}", biography, and 
genealogy. Newark, N. J. 

N. M. folklore rec. The New Mexico 
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A^. M. hist. rev. New Mexico historical 
review. Santa Fe: Historical Soc. 
of New Mexico and the Univ. of New 
Mexico. 

N. M. mag. New Mexico magazine. 
Albuquerque: Bureau of Publications, 
State of New Mexico. 

N. M. quar. rev. The New Mexico 
quarterly review. Albuquerque: Univ. 
of New Mexico. 

N. Y. Acad. Sciences, Ann. Annals of 
the New York Academy of Sciences. 
N. Y. 

N. Y. Botanical Garden, Jour. Jour- 
nal of the New York Botanical Garden. 
N. Y. 

A^. Y. folklore quar. New York folklore 
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Press for the New York Folklore Soc. 

N. Y. hist. New York history. Coopers- 
town: New York State Historical 
Assoc. 

A^'.-F. Hisl. Soc. quar. The New- York 
Historical Society quarterly. N. Y. 

N. Y. Pub. Lib., Bui. Bulletin of the 
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N. Y. State Bar Assoc, hnl. New York 
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N. Y. Univ. law quar. rev. New York 
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Nantucket Hist. Assoc, Proc. Pro- 
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Nation's bus. Nation's business. Wash.: 
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Natl. Assoc. Watch and Clock Col- 
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Association of Watch and Clock Col- 
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Natl. Bar jour. National Bar journal 
St. Louis, Mo.: The National Bar 
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Natl, button bul. The national button 
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Natl. Geneal. Soc. quar. National Genea- 
logical Society quarterly. Wash. 

Natl. geog. mag. The national geographic 
magazine. Wash.: National Geographic 
Soc. 

Natl, parks mag. National parks mag- 
azine. Wash.: The National Parks 
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Natl. Railway Hist. Soc, Bul. The 
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Natl, tax jour. National tax journal. 
Lancaster, Pa.: The National Tax 
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Natl. Theatre Conference, Bul. Bul- 
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Natural hist. Natural history. N. Y.: 
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Nautical gaz. Nautical gazette: Amer- 
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A^e6. hist. Nebraska history. Lincoln: 
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Neb. law rev. Nebraska law review. 
Lincoln: Nebraska State Bar Assoc, 
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Needle and Bobbin Club, Bul. The 
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Nev. State Bar jour. The Nevada State 
Bar journal. Reno: State Bar of 
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New colophon. New colophon: a book 
collectors' quarterly. N. Y.: Dusch- 
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New Eng. hist, and geneal. reg. The 
New England historical and genealogi- 



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cal register. Boston: New England 
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New Eng. guar. The New England 
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Me.: The Colonial Soc. of Massa- 
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New Eng. Water Works Assoc, Jour. 
Journal of the New England Water 
Works Association. Boston, Mass. 

New South. New South. Atlanta: 
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Newberry Lib. bul. The Newberry Li- 
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Nieman reports. Nieman reports. Cam- 
bridge, Mass.: Soc. of Nieman Fel- 
lows. 

19th cent. The nineteenth century and 
after. London: Constable & Co. Ltd. 

North Am. Wildlife Conference, 
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Wildlife Management Institute. 

North country life. North country life: 
a digest for northern New Yorkers. 
Ogdensburg, N. Y.: G. Glyndon Cole. 

Northumberland Co. Hist. Soc, Proc. 
Northumberland County Historical 
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Sunbury, Pa. 

Northw. Ohio guar. Northwest Ohio 
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Notes. Notes: a magazine devoted to 
music and its literature, with bibliog- 
raphies and reviews of books, records, 
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Notre Dame lawyer. Notre Dame lawyer: 
a quarterly law review. Notre Dame, 
Ind.: The Students of Law, Univ. of 
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Now and then. Now and then: quar- 
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Ohio jour, science. The Ohio journal of 
science. Columbus: The Ohio State 
Univ. and the Ohio Academy of 
Science. 



Ohio State archaeol. and hist. guar. 
The Ohio State archaeological and 
historical quarterly. Columbus: The 
Ohio State Archaeological and Histor- 
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Ohio State law jour. Ohio State law 
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Univ. 
Okla. law rev. Oklahoma law review. 
Norman, Okla.: Univ. of Oklahoma 
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Old Fort news. Old Fort news. Fort 
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Old Print Shop portfolio. The Old 
Print Shop portfolio. N. Y.: Harry 
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Old timers news. Old timers news. N. Y.: 
The Automobile Old Timers, Inc 
Old York Road Hist. Soc. bul. Old 
York Road Historical Society bul- 
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Ont. hist. Ontario history: papers & 
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Opera and concert. Opera and concert: 
a monthly magazine devoted to music 
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G. Pisani. 
Ore. hist. guar. Oregon historical quar- 
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Ore. law rev. Oregon law review. Eu- 
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P. E. Church, Hist. mag. Historical , 
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PMLA. PMLA: publications of the 
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PNLA guar. PNLA quarterly. Seattle, ' 
Wash. : Pacific Northwest Library 
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Pa. geneal. mag. The Pennsylvania 
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Pa. German Folklore Soc, Yr. bk. 
Pennsylvania German Folklore Society. 
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Pa. hist. Pennsylvania history: quar- 
terly journal of the Pennsylvania 
Historical Association. Phila.: Univ. 
of Pennsvlvania Press. 



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Pa. mag. fust. The Pennsylvania mag- 
azine of history and biography. Phila. : 
The Historical Soc. of Pennsylvania. 

Pac. hist. rev. Pacific historical review, 
issued quarterly by the Pacific Coast 
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Association. Berkeley: Univ. of Cal- 
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Pac. pathways. Pacific pathways: the 
pictorial travel magazine of the West. 
Los Angeles, Calif. : Pacific Pathways, 
Inc. 

Pac. spectator. The Pacific spectator: 
a journal of interpretation. Stanford, 
Calif.: Stanford Univ Press for the Pa- 
cific Coast Committee for the Human- 
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Palacio. El Palacio. Santa Fe: School 
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New Mexico, and Laboratory of 
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Palimpsest. The palimpsest. Iowa City: 
The State Historical Soc. of Iowa. 

Panorama. Panorama. N. Y.: Harry 
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Partisan rev. Partisan review. N. Y.t 
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Patent Office Soc, Jour. Journal of 
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Peabody jour. educ. Peabody journal of 
education. Nashville, Tenn.: Peabody 
Press, George Peabody College for 
Teachers. 

Pennsylvanian. The Pennsylvanian. 
Wash.: Pennsylvania Historical Junto. 

Phi Chi guar. The Phi Chi quarterly, 
Phi Chi Medical Fraternity. St. Paul, 
Minn.: Leland Publishers, Inc. (The 
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Phila. Mus. bid. The Philadelphia Mu- 
seum bulletin. Phila.: Philadelphia 
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Philol. guar. Philological quarterly: a 
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Phylon. Phylon : the Atlanta University 
review of race and culture. Atlanta, 
Ga. 



Picket post. The picket post: a record 
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Valley Forge Historical Soc. 

Pitt. Pitt: a quarterly of the University 
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Planning and civic comment. Planning 
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Plants <&. gardens. Plants & gardens. 
Lancaster, Pa.: Brooklyn [N. Y.] Botanic 
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Plateau. Plateau. Flagstaff, Ariz.: 
Northern Arizona Soc. of Science and 
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Players mag. Players magazine, serving 
the educational theatre. Plainfield, 
N. J.: National Collegiate Players. 

Pol. science guar. Political science quar- 
terly, edited for the Academy of 
Political Science by the Faculty of 
Political Science of Columbia Uni- 
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Polish Am. stud. Polish American stud- 
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St. Mary's College. 

Port Arthuran. The Port Arthuran. 
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Prairie schooner. Prairie schooner. Lin- 
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Presbyt. Hist. Soc, Jour. Journal of 
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Phila.: Department of History of the 
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Presbyt. survey. The Presbyterian sur- 
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Princeton Seminary bul. The Princeton 
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Trustees of the Theological Seminary of 
the Presbyterian Church. 

Princeton Univ. Lib. chron. The Prince- 
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Princeton, N. J.: The Friends of the 
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Print collector's guar. The print collec- 
tor's quarterly. Woodstock, Vt.: 
William Edwin Rudge, Inc. 

Prison jour. The prison journal. Phila.: 
The Pennsylvania Prison Soc. 



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Prison world. The prison world. St. 
Paul, Minn.: American Prison Assoc, 
National Jail Assoc, and Bruce Pub- 
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Psychiatry. Psychiatry: journal for the 
operational statement of interpersonal 
relations. Baltimore: William Alan- 
son White Psychiatric Foundation, Inc. 

Psychoanalytic quar. The psychoanalytic 
quarterly. Albany, N. Y.: The Psy- 
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Psychoanalytic rev. The psychoanalytic 
review: an educational American jour- 
nal of psychoanalysis devoted to an un- 
derstanding and education of human be- 
havior. N. Y.: Coolidge Foundation. 

Pub. admin, rev. Public adminstration 
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Public Administration. 

Pub. opinion quar. The public opinion 
quarterly. Princeton, N. J.: Prince- 
ton Univ. Press for the American 
Assoc, for Public Opinion Research. 

QM rev. The quartermaster review. 
Wash.: The Quartermaster Assoc. 

Quar. jour, speech. The quarterly jour- 
nal of speech. Columbia, Mo.: The 
Speech Assoc of America. 

Quar. jour. stud, alcohol. Quarterly jour- 
nal of studies on alcohol. New Haven, 
Conn.: Laboratory of Applied Physi- 
ology, Yale Univ. 

Quar. rev. (Bapt.). The quarterly review: 
a survey of Southern Baptist progress. 
Nashville, Tenn.: The Sunday School 
Board of the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion. 

Quar. rev. higher educ. among Negroes. 
The quarterly review of higher educa- 
tion among Negroes. Charlotte, N. C: 
Johnson C. Smith Univ. 

Queen's quar. Queen's quarterly: a 
Canadian review. Kingston, Ont. : 
Quarterly Committee of Queen's Univ. 

R. I. hist. Rhode Island history. Prov- 
idence: Rhode Island Historical Soc 

R. I. med. jour. The Rhode Island 
medical journal. Providence: The 
Rhode Island Medical Soc. 
Radcliffe quar. The Radcliffe quarterly. 
Norwood, Mass.: RadcliflFe College 
Alumnae Assoc 
Radford rev. The Radford review. Rad- 
ford, Va. : Radford College, Woman's 
Division, Virginia Polytechnic Institute. 



Railroad mag. Railroad magazine. Chi- 
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Railway and Locomotive Hist. Soc, 
Bui. Bulletin . . . Boston: The Rail- 
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Inc., Baker Library, Harvard Business 
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Rayburn's Ozark guide. Rayburn's Ozark 
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Ernest Rayburn. 

Record changer. The record changer. 
N. Y.: Changer Publications, Inc. 

R&puhlique Franqaise. La Republique 
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I'ideologie r^publicaine et d^mocratique. 
N. Y. : Franco- American Publications, 
Inc. 

Rev. and expositor. Review and exposi- 
tor: a Baptist quarterly. Louisville, 
Ky. : Faculty of the Southern Baptist 
Theological Seminar j\ 

Rev. bimestre cubana. Re vista bimestre 
cubana. Habana: Sociedad Econ6- 
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Rev. de lit. comparSe. Revue de litt4- 
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Rev. econ. and statistics. The review of 
economics and statistics. Cambridge, 
Mass.: Harvard Univ. Press for the 
Department of Economics, Harvard 
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Rev. educ. research. Review of educa- 
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Rev. hist. Ain. Revista de historia de 
America. Mexico: Instituto Pan- 
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Rev. maritime. La revue maritime . . . 
publi^e avec le concours du Service 
Historique de I'fitat- Major de la 
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Rev. politics. The review of politics. 
Notre Dame, Ind.: Univ. of Notre 
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Rice Inst, pamphlet. The Rice Institute 
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Rochester engineer. The Rochester engi- 
neer. Rochester, N. Y.: Rochester 
Engineering Soc, Inc. 

Rochester hist. Rochester history. Roch- 
ester, N. Y. : Rochester Public Library. 



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Rocks and minerals. Rocks aud minerals: 
oflBcial journal of the Rocks arid 
Minerals Association. Peekskill, N. Y. : 
Peter Zodac. 

Rocky Mt. law rev. The Rocky Mountain 
law review. Boulder, Colo.: Univ. 
of Colorado School of Law. 

Rocky Mt. med. jour. Rocky Mountain 
medical journal. Denver, Colo. : Col- 
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Romanic rev. The Romanic review: 
a quarterly publication of the Depart- 
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RoTAL Hist. Soc, Trans. Transactions 
of the Royal Historical Society. Lon- 
don. 

Royal Unit. Serv. Inst., Jour. Journal 
of the Royal United Service Institu- 
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Rudder. The rudder: the magazine for 
yachtsmen. N. Y.: The Rudder Pub- 
lishing Co. 

Rural social. Rural sociology, devoted 
to scientific study of rural life. . . . 
Official organ of the Rural Sociological 
Society. Raleigh, N. C: North Car- 
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Engineering, Univ. of North Carolina. 

Russian rev. The Russian review: an 
American journal devoted to Russia 
past and present. N. Y. : The Rus- 
sian Review. 

Rutgers Univ. law rev. Rutgers Uni- 
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Rutgers Law Review. 

S. C. hist, and geneal. mag. The South 
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S. C. mag. South Carolina magazine, 
founded 1937 "to tell the South Caro- 
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Salesianum. The Salesianum: official 
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The Salesianum Publishing "Co. 

Sat. rev. lit. The Saturday review of 
literature. N. Y.: The Saturday Re- 
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Scandinavian stud. Scandinavian stud- 
ies. Menasha, Wis.: George Banta 



Publishing Co. for the Soc. for the 
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Schweizer Rundschau. Schweizer Rund- 
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Science. Science. Wash.: American 
Assoc, for the Advancement of Science. 

Science & society. Science & society. 
N. Y. : Science and Society, Inc. 

Science educ. Science education. Al- 
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for Research in Science Teaching, the 
National Council on Elementary Sci- 
ence, and the Assoc, of Science Teachers 
of the Middle States. 

Scientific Am. Scientific American. N. Y.: 
Scientific American, Inc. 

Scientific mo. The scientific monthly. 
Lancaster, Pa.: The American Assoc, 
for the Advancement of Science. 

Scots mag. The Scots magazine. Dun- 
dee, Scotland: John Leng & Co. Ltd. 
and D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd. 

Servile. The Servite: a national popular 
Catholic monthly. Cincinnati, Ohio: 
The Servite Fathers. 

Sewage works jour. Sewage works jour- 
nal. Lancaster, Pa.: The Federation 
of Sewage Works Associations. 

Shane quar. The Shane quarterly. In- 
dianapolis, Ind. : School of Religion, 
Butler Univ. 

Shield. The shield of Phi Kappa Psi. 
Cleveland, Ohio: Phi Kappa Psi Fra- 
ternity. 

Sierra Club bul. Sierra Club bulletin. 
San Francisco, Calif. 

Signals. Signals. Wash.: Armed Forces 
Communications Assoc. 

Silent worker. The silent worker: the 
national magazine for all the deaf. 
Berkeley, Calif.: National Assoc, of 
the Deaf. [Vol. 1, no. 1, Sep. 1948.] 

Smith alumnae quar. Smith alumnae 
quarterly. Brattleboro, Vt. : Alum- 
nae Assoc, of Smith College. 

Soc. Am. Sword Collectors, Bul. The 
bulletin. Society of American Sword 
Collectors. Chicago. 

Soc. Architectural Historians, Jour. 
The journal of the Society of Archi- 
tectural Historians. Urbana,Ill.: 
Alan K. Laing. 



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Soc. BiBLioG. Natural Hist., Jour. 
The journal of the Society for the 
Bibliography of Natural History. 
London. 

Soc. Calif. Pioneers, Puh. The Society 
of California Pioneers. Publication 
. . . San Francisco. 

Soc. Mex. Geog., Bol. Boletfn de la 
Sociedad Mexicana de Geograffa y 
Estadfstica. Mexico, D. F. 

Soc. Motion Picture Engineers, Jour. 
Journal of the Society of Motion 
Picture Engineers. Easton, Pa. 

Social educ. Social education. Wash.: 
The National Council for the Social 
Studies in collaboration with the 
American Historical Assoc. 

Social forces. Social forces: a scientific 
medium of social study and interpreta- 
tion. Chapel Hill, N. C: Univ. of 
North Carolina. 

Social justice rev. Social justice review: 
pioneer American journal of Catholic 
social action. St. Louis, Mo.: Cath- 
olic Verein of America. 

Social science. Social science. Menasha, 
Wis.: Social Science Publishing Co. 
for Pi Gamma Mu and the Academy of 
World Economics. 

Social service rev. The social service 
review: a quarterly devoted to the 
scientific and professional interests of 
social work. Chicago: Univ. of Chi- 
cago Press for the School of Social 
Service Administration of the Univ. of 
Chicago. 

Social stud. The social studies for teach- 
ers and administrators. Phila.: Mc- 
Kinley Publishing Co. 

Social work jour. Social work journal. 
Albany, N. Y.: American Assoc, of 
Social Workers. 

Sociol. and social research. Sociology 
and social research: an international 
journal. Los Angeles: Univ. of South- 
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Socony-Vacuum news. Socony-Vacuum 
news. N. Y.: Socony-Vacuum Oil 
Co., Inc. 

Sons Am. Rev. mag. The Sous of the 
American Revolution magazine. 
Wash.: National Soc. of the Sons of 
the American Revolution. 



South Atlantic bul. South Atlantic bul- 
letin. Chapel Hill, N. C: South 
Atlantic Modern Language Assoc. 

South Atlantic quar. The South Atlantic 
quarterly. Durham, N. C. : Duke 
Univ. Press. 

South. Calif, law rev. Southern Cali- 
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Law, Univ. of Southern California. 

South, econ. jour. The Southern eco- 
nomic journal. Chapel Hill, N. C: 
Southern Economic Assoc, and the 
Univ. of North Carolina. 

South, folklore quar. Southern folklore 
quarterly: a publication devoted to 
the historical and descriptive study of 
folklore and to the discussion of folk 
material as a living tradition. Gaines- 
ville, Fla.: Southeastern Folklore Soc. 

South, lumberman. Southern lumberman. 
Nashville: J. H. Baird Publishing Co. 

South, packet. The Southern packet: 
a monthly review of Southern books 
and ideas. Asheville, N. C: The 
Stephens Press. 

Southw. hist. quar. The Southwestern 
historical quarterly. Austin, Tex.: 
The Texas State Historical Assoc. 

Southw. jour. The Southwestern journal. 
Langston, Okla. : Langston Univ. 

Southw. jour, anthrop. Southwestern 
journal of anthropology. Albuquer- 
que, N. M.: Univ. of New Mexico 
Press for the Univ. of New Mexico 
and the Laboratory of Anthropology, 
Santa Fe. 

Southw. law jour. Southwestern law jour- 
nal. Dallas, Tex.: The Univ. Press 
in Dallas for the Southern Methodist 
Univ. Law Students. 

Southxv. lore. Southwestern lore. Gun- 
nison, Colo.: Colorado Archaeological 
Soc. 

Southw. Mus. papers. Southwest Mu- 
seum papers. Los Angeles, Calif. 

Southw. rev. Southwest review. Dallas, 
Tex.: Univ. Press in Dallas, Southern 
Methodist Univ. 

Southw. soc. science quar. The South- 
western social science cjuarterly. Nor-i 
man, Okla.: The Southwestern Social 
Science Assoc. 

Soviet lit. Soviet literature. Moscow: 
Soviet Writer Publishing House. 



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Soybean digest. The soybean digest. 
Hudson, la.: American Soybean As- 
soc. 

Special libraries. Special libraries. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa.: The Special Libraries 
Assoc. 

Spout. Morton's spout. Chicago: 
Morton Salt Co. 

St. John's law rev. St. John's law review. 
Brooklyn: Students of St. John's 
Univ. School of Law. 

Stained glass. Stained glass: a quarterly 
devoted to the craft of painted and 
stained glass. Boston, Mass. : Stained 

. Glass Assoc, of America. 

Standards world. Standards world. 
Wash.: Standards World. [Vol. 1, no. 
1, winter 1948.] 

State and local hist. news. State and 
local history news. Woodstock, Vt.: 
Elm Tree Press for the American 
Assoc, for State and Local History. 

State Bar Calif., Jour. Journal of 
the State Bar of California. San 
Francisco. 

State govt. State government. Chicago: 
The Council of State Governments. 

Staten Island Inst. Arts and Sci- 
ences, Proc. Proceedings of the Staten 
Island Institute of Arts and Sciences. 
Staten Island, N. Y. 

Stephens College bul. Stephens College 
bulletin — alumnae news. Columbia, 
Mo. 

Stud, in philol. Studies in philology. 
Chapel Hill, N. C: Univ. of North 
Carolina Press. 

Studia neophilologica. Studia neophilo- 
logica: a journal of Germanic and 
Romanic philology. Uppsala: A.-B. 
Lundequistska Bokhandeln. 

Studies. Studies: an Irish quarterly re- 
view. Dublin: The Educational 
Company of Ireland Ltd. 

Surveying and mapping. Surveying and 
mapping. Wash.: American Con- 
gress on Surveying and Mapping. 

Susquehanna Univ. stud. Susquehanna 
University studies. Selinsgrove, Pa.: 
Susquehanna Univ. Press. 

Symposium. Symposium: a journal de- 
voted to modern foreign languages 
and literatures. Syracuse, N. Y.: 
Department of Romance Languages, 
Syracuse Univ. 



Tasks econ. hist. The tasks of economic 
history ... a supplemental issue of 
The journal of economic history. 
N. Y.: New York Univ. Press for 
the Economic History Assoc. 

Tax law rev. Tax law review. Balti- 
more, Md.: New York Univ. School 
of Law. 

Teachers College rec. Teachers College 
record. N. Y. : Bureau of Publica- 
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Temple law guar. Temple law quarterly. 
Phila.: Student Body of the Temple 
Univ.. School of Law. 

Tenn. archaeol. Tennessee archaeologist. 
Knoxville: The Tennessee Archaeo- 
logical Soc. 

Tenn. hist. guar. Tennessee historical 
quarterly. Nashville: Tennessee 
Historical Commission and the Ten- 
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Tenn. law rev. Tennessee law review. 
Knoxville: Faculty and Students of 
the Univ. of Tennessee College of Law. 

Tenn. walking horse. Tennessee walking 
horse: a national breed publication 
devoted exclusively to "the world's 
greatest pleasure horse." Nashville 
and Lewisburg: The Murray Founda- 
tion. 

Tex. geog. mag. The Texas geographic 
magazine. Dallas: Univ. Press in 
Dallas, Southern Methodist Univ., 
for the Texas Geographic Soc. 

Tex. law rev. Texas law review. Austin : 
The Univ. of Texas School of Law. 

Tex. parade. Texas parade. Dallas; 
Texas Parade. 

Theatre arts. Theatre arts. N. Y.: 
Stage Publications, Inc. 

Theol. Semin. Evangel, and Reformed 
Church, Bul. Bulletin. Theological 
Seminary of the Evangelical and 
Reformed Church. Lancaster, Pa. 

Thought. Thought: Fordham Univer- 
sity quarterly. N. Y.: Fordham 
Univ. 

Tijdschrift v. gesch. Tijdschrift voor 
geschiedenis. Groningen: P. Noord- 
hoff. 

Timberman. The timberman: an inter- 
national lumber journal. Portland, 
Ore.: The Timberman. 



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Time and tide. Time and tide: a local 
monthly publication. Orient, N. Y.: 
Duncan Haldane. 

Timepieces quar. Timepieces quarterly 
. . . devoted to the history of Amer- 
ican and other clocks and watches, 
the biography of makers and manu- 
facturers, and the bibliography of the 
science and the art of timekeeping. 
York, Pa.: American Clock & Watch 
Foundation. [Vol. 1, no. 1, Nov. 
1948.] 

Tomorrow. Tomorrow. N. Y.: Garrett 
Pubhcations, Inc. 

Tower. The tower. Nashville, Tenn.: 
Creative Writers' Club of David 
Lipscomb College. 

Tracks. Tracks: Chesapeake and Ohio 
Railway magazine. Cleveland, Ohio: 
The Chesapeake and Ohio Railway 
Co. 

Traffic rev. The traffic review. Evans- 
ton, 111.: Northwestern Univ. Traffic 
Institute. 

Trail and iimherline. Trail and timber- 
line. Denver, Colo.: The Colorado 
Mountain Club. 

Trains. Trains: the illustrated magazine 
about railroads. Milwaukee, Wis.: 
Kalmbach Publishing Co. 

Transatlantic . Transatlantic: quarterly. 
London: Transatlantic Books Ltd. 

Travel. Travel. N. Y.: Robert M. 
McBride & Co., Inc. 

Tree-ring bul. Tree-ring bulletin. Tuc- 
son, Ariz.: Tree-Ring Soc. with the 
cooperation of the Laboratory of Tree- 
Ring Research, Univ. of Arizona. 

Tufts alumni rev. Tufts alumni review. 
Medford, Mass.: Trustees of Tufts 
College for all Tufts alumni. 

Tulane law rev. Tulane law review. 
New Orleans: The Tulane Law Re- 
view Assoc. 

Tyler's quar. hist, and geneal. mag. 
Tyler's quarterly historical and gen- 
ealogical magazine. Richmond, Va. : 
Richmond Press, Inc. 
U. S. N. Inst. proc. United States 
Naval Institute proceedings. Annapo- 
lis, Md. 
U. S. Steel news. U. S. Steel news. 
Pittsburgh, Pa.: Industrial Relations 
Department, United States Steel Cor- 
poration of Delaware. 



Univ. Chicago law rev. The University 
of Chicago law review. Chicago: 
Univ. of Chicago Press for the Univ. of 
Chicago Law School. 

Univ. Cincinnati law rev. University of 
Cincinnati law review. Cincinnati, 
Ohio: Univ. of Cincinnati. 

Univ. Detroit law jour. University of 
Detroit law journal. Detroit: Univ. 
of Detroit School of Law. 

Univ. Fla. law rev. University of Florida 
law review. Jacksonville, Fla.: Con- 
vention Press. [Vol. 1, no. 1, spring 
1948.] 

Univ. Kan. City laiv rev. The University 
of Kansas City law review. Kansas 
City, Mo.: Univ. of Kansas City 
Press. 

Univ. Kan. City rev. The University of 
Kansas City review. Kansas City, 
Mo.: Univ. of Kansas City. 

Univ. Laval, Rev. La revue de 1' Uni- 
versity Laval. Quebec. 

Univ. Pa. law rev. University of Penn- 
sylvania law review. Phila. : Univ. 
of Pennsylvania Law School. 

Univ. Pittsburgh law rev. University of 
Pittsburgh law review. Pittsburgh, 
Pa.: Univ. of Pittsburgh Law Stu- 
dents. 

Univ. Rochester Lib. bul. The Uni- 
versity of Rochester Library bulletin. 
Rochester, N. Y.: Univ. of Rochester 
Library. 

Univ. Toronto quar. University of To- 
ronto quarterly. Toronto, Ont.: Univ. 
of Toronto Press. 

Utah humanities rev. Utah humanities 
review: a regional quarterly. Salt Lake 
City: Univ. of Utah. 

Va. law rev. Virginia law review. Char- 
lottesville: Virginia Law Review As- 
soc, Univ. of Virginia. 

Va. mag. hist. The Virginia magazine 
of history and biography. Richmond: 
Virginia Historical Soc. 

Va. quar. rev. The Virginia quarterly 
review: a national journal of literature 
& discussion. Charlottesville: Univ. 
of Virginia. 

Vanderbilt law rev. Vanderbilt law re- 
view. Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt 
Univ. School of Law. 

Vanderbilt Univ., Bul. The bulletin 
of Vanderbilt University. Nashville. 



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Vineland hist. mag. The Vineland histor- 
ical magazine, devoted to history, 
biography, genealogy. Vineland, N. J.: 
Vineland Historical and Antiquarian 
Soc. 

Vt. guar. Vermont quarterly: a mag- 
azine of history. Montpelier: Ver- 
mont Historical Soc. 

W. Va. hist. West Virginia history. 
Charleston, W. Va.: State Depart- 
ment of Archives and History. 

W. Va. law quar. West Virginia law 
quarterly and the Bar. Morgantovvn, 
W. Va.: The Faculty of the College 
of Law of West Virginia Univ. 

W. Va. rev. The West Virginia review. 
Charleston, W. Va.: The West Vir- 
ginia Review Company. 

Wash. Acad. Science, Jour. Journal 
of the Washington Academy of 
Science. Baltimore: The Washing- 
ton [D. C] Academy of Science. 

Wash, law rev. Washington law review 
and State Bar journal. Seattle: 
Washington Law Review Assoc, School 
of Law, Univ. of Washington. 

West Coast lumherman. West Coast 
lumberman. Seattle, Wash. 

Westchester Co. hist. bul. The Westches- 
ter County historical bulletin. White 
Plains, N. Y. : Westchester County 
Historical Soc. 

Western folklore. Western folklore. Ber- 
keley and Los Angeles: Univ. of 
California Press for the California 
Folklore Soc. 

Western Pa. hist. mag. The Western 
Pennsylvania historical magazine. 
Pittsburgh: The Historical Soc. of 
Western Pennsylvania. 



Western pol. quar. The Western political 
quarterly. Salt Lake City; Institute 
of Government, Univ. of Utah. [Vol. 
1, no. 1, Mar. 1948.] 

Westerners brand book (monthly). The 
Westerners brand book. Issued month- 
ly as the official publication of the Chi- 
cago Corral of WESTERNERS. Win- 
netka, 111. 

Westways. Westways. Beverly Hills, 
Calif.: Automobile Club of Southern 
California. 

Wilson lib. bul. Wilson library bulletin, 
N. Y.: H. W. Wilson Company. 

Wis. archeol. The Wisconsin archeolo- 
gist. Milwaukee, Wis. : Wisconsin 
Archeological Soc. 

Wis. mag. hist. Wisconsin magazine 
of history. Madison: The State His- 
torical Soc. of Wisconsin. 

Wm. and Mary quar. The William and 
Mary quarterly: a magazine of early 
American history. Williamsburg: In- 
stitute of Early American History and 
Culture. 

Wyo. law jour. Wyoming law journal. 
Casper, Wyo.: Prairie Publishing Co. 
for the Univ. of Wyoming College 
of Law and the Wyoming State Bar. 

Yale jour. biol. and med. The Yale 
journal of biology and medicine. New 
Haven, Conn.: The Yale Journal of 
Biology and Medicine, Inc. 

Yale law jour. The Yale law journal. 
New Haven: The Yale Law Journal 
Company, Inc. 

Yale rev. The Yale review: a national 
quarterly. New Haven, Conn.: Yale 
Univ. Press. 

Yale Univ. Lib. gazette. The Yale Uni- 
versity Library gazette. New Haven, 
Conn. 



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XXXIII 



The Historical Profession 



HISTORIOGRAPHY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES 



Bushrod W. Allin. The objectives and 
methods of agricultural economics. Jour. 
Jarm econ., 30: 545-552 (Aug), notes. 
Includes comments on the relation of 
agricultural economics to history. [1 

Leopold Arnaud. History and archi- 
tecture. Am. Inst. Architects, Jour., 
10: 149-154 (Oct). [2 

William J. Barrow. Black writing ink 
of the colonial period. Am. archivist, 
11: 291-307 (Oct), bibliog. (p. 306-307). 
On the chemistry of colonial inks, ca. 
1619-ca. 1800, with a report of experi- 
ments on their composition and quality. 

"[3 

Loring W. Batten III. History as a 
guide to naval policy. U. S. N. Inst. 
proc, 74: 743-747 (Jun). vieAvs. Refers 
mainly to A. T. Mahan's works on the in- 
fluence of sea power, 1890 and 1892. [4 

L. L. Bernard. Sociological trends in 
the South. Social forces, 27: 12-19 (Oct). 
notes. On the study of sociology in the 
South, 1909-48. " ^ [5 

Philip W. Blaze. Railfans ride again. 
N. J. compass, 1 (no. 8): 18-19 (Jan). 
map, views. On the study of railroad 
history in New Jersey. [6 

Wesley L. Bliss. Preservation of the 
Kuaua mural paintings. Am. antiq., 13: 
218-223 (Jan), views, notes. Refers to 
prehistoric paintings found on successive 
covered layers of excavated' abode walls 
in the Coronado State Monument, N. M., 
and a method of removing the paintings 
unharmed. [7 

Herbert A. Bloch. An analysis of 
national publication trends and pub- 
lishers' best sellers as an index of cultural 



transition [1920-40]. 
22: 287-303 (Dec). 



Jour. educ. social., 
[8 



Robert T. Bower. Opinion research and 
historical interpretation of elections 
[1872-1948]. Pub. opinion guar., 12: 
455-464 (fall), notes. [9 

J. N. Bowman. Determination of the 
birthdays of urban communities. Calif. 
Hist. Soc. quar., 27: 51-62, 104 (Mar-Jun). 
notes. Statement of criteria of deter- 
mination, with several Californian illus- 
trations. [10 

Clarence W. Brazer. Two lost manu- 
scripts on U. S. essaj^s and proofs. Essay 
proof jour., 5: 143-146 (Jul). Describes 
mss. by Henry G. Mandell, ca. 1902, and 
Arthur M. Travers, ca. 1911. Includes 
a Travers document of ca. 1911 entitled 
"An outline of my plan in the collection 
and compilation of historical data." [11 

Carl Bridenbaugh. The neglected first 
half of American history. Am. hist, rev., 
53: 506-517 (Apr), notes. On the study 
and teaching of the history of the period 
from 1607 to 1789. [12 

Juanita Brooks. Let's preserve our 
records. Utah humanities rev., 2: 259- 
263 (Jul), notes. [13 

Lester J. Cappon. The need for re- 
newed interest in early Southern history. 
Jour. South, hist., 14: 108-118 (Feb), 
notes. Urges more attention to Southern 
history before 1789. [14 

Lynn M. Case. The military historian 
overseas. Am. Assoc. Univ. Professors, 
Bui, 34 : 320-334 (summer) . On the pur- 
poses, methods, and difficulties of official 
historiography of the U. S. Army over- 
seas, 1942-45. [15 



Thomas Childs Cochran. The "presi- 
dential synthesis" in American history. 
Am. hist, rev., 53: 748-759 (Jul), notes. 
Calls for "periodization" of American 
history on a basis other than presidential 
terms. [16 

Hugh M. Cole, Writing contemporary 
military history. Mil. affairs, 12: 162- 
167 (fall). On the work of the Historical 
Division, Special Staff, U. S. Army. [17 

Thomas D. Cope. Collecting source 
material about Charles Mason and 
Jeremiah Dixon [1760-92]. Am. Phil. 
Soc, Proc, 92: 111-114 (May), facsims. 
notes, [18 

Levette Jay Davidson, Folklore as a 
supplement to Western history, [n. p., 
1948.] 15 p. notes. Reprinted from 
Neb. hist., 29: 3-15 (Mar). Suggests for 
investigation the subjects of trapper lore, 
overland trails, frontier settlements, local 
characters. Western vocabularies, and 
tall tales. [19 

Lee Max Friedman. An invitation to 
American Jewish history. Am. Jew. 
Hist. See, Pub., 38: 12-21 (Sep). [20 

A, H. Gayton. Folklore and anthro- 
pology. Utah humanities rev., 2: 26-31 
(Jan). [21 

J. M, Gillette. Developmental aspect 
of regionalism. Social forces, 27: 42-44 
(Oct), notes. Statistics relating to 
Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, and 
Pacific, 1900-1945, tending to confirm 
"the regionalistic view." [22 

George C, Groce. About 7500 artists: 
the story of a Dictionary of Early Ameri- 
can Artists (1564-1860). Am. collector, 
16 (no. 12): 6-9 (Jan), ports., views. 
Describes a forthcoming publication of 
the New- York Historical Society, "initi- 
ated by the author of this article as a 
WPA project and brought to preliminary 
publication in 1940 as 1440 early American 
portrait artists," now enlarged to include 
"all artists who had worked in continental 
United States before 1861, whatever their 
media or subject matter." [23 



Louis M. Hacker. Politics and eco- 
nomics in history. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 
161-179 (Apr). Includes illustrations 
from American history. [24 

A. A. Hartwell. Exploration: unearth- 
ing local history and folklore with the 
people of the Catskills. Am. heritage, 2: 
48-51 (Apr). Historical activities of 
Camp Woodland, founded 1938. [25 

George Lee Haskins. Court records and 
history. Wm. and Mary guar., 5: 547- 
552 (Oct), notes. [26 

Pendleton Herring. A political scien- 
tist considers the question. Pa. mag. 
hist., 72: 118-138 (Apr), notes. Argues 
that "a new history of American political 
democracy" is needed. [27 

William Best Hesseltine. The value of 
regional history. Ark. hist, guar., 7: 
11-19 (spring). [28 

Ralph W. Hidy. Importance of the 
history of the large business unit. Bus. 
Hist. Soc, BuL, 22: 4-11 (Feb). [29 

August B. Hollingshead. Community 
research: development and present con- 
dition. Am. social, rev., 13: 136-156 
(Apr), notes. Review and analysis of 
American sociological study of com- 
munity life, 1895-1948. [30 

Howard Mumford Jones, The theory 
of American literature. Ithaca: Cornell 
Univ. Press, 1948. ix, [3], 208 p. bibliog. 
(p. 195-200), notes. (Cornell Univ. 
Messenger lectures on the evolution of 
civilization, 1947.) On American liter- 
ature as a subject of history and criticism, 
ca. 1607-1947. [31 

Weymouth Tyree Jordan. Alabama 
as a field of historical research. Ala. 
rev., 1: 1-11 (Jan), notes. [32 

Waldemar Kaempffert. Science studies 
the future. Tomorrow, 8 (no. 2): 5-9 
(Oct), cartoons. On cyclical recurrences, . 
including those in U. S. history. [33 ; 

Henrietta M. Larson. Availability of 
records for research in the history of large ' 
business concerns. Bus. Hist, Soc, Bid., 
22: 12-21 (Feb), (34 



Murray Q. Lawson. The machine age 

in historical researcli. Am. archivist, 
11: 141-149 (Apr), notes. On "the ap- 
plication of machine techniques to histor- 
ical research." [35 

Orville Alvin Lindquist. Common fal- 
lacies regarding United States history. 
Richmond: Dietz Press, 1948. [6], 99 p. 
notes. Errors, inventions, etc., ca. 1000- 
1936. [36 

Harvey J. Locke. Research methods as 

viewed by W. I. Thomas [1896-1947]. 

Social, and social research, 32: 907-910 

(Jul- Aug). [37 

Rodney C. Loehr. Agriculture and 
history. Jour, farm econ., 30: 537-544 
(Aug). On the tasks of agricultural 
history, with illustrations from American 
history. [38 

Fulmer Mood. Notes on the history of 
the word frontier. Agric. hist., 22: 78-83 
(Apr), notes. Lexicographic summary, 
1623-1942. [39 

Mary Childs Nerney. Excursion into 
genealogy: immortality in reverse. Vt. 
quar., 16:37-52 (Apr). Advice to geneal- 
ogists regarding materials and methods. 

[40 

Roy Franklin Nichols. Postwar re- 
orientation of historical thinking. Arn. 
hist, rev., 53: 78-89 (Oct), notes. [41 

Roy Franklin Nichols. Unfinished bus- 
iness: an editorial. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 
109-115 (Apr). On "the history of 
American political democracy" and the 
need of more study of this subject. [42 

Richard C. Overton. Problems of 
writing the history of large business units, 
with special reference to railroads. Bus. 
Hist. See, Bvl, 22: 22-35 (Feb). [43 

Stanley Pargellis. Our innocent arson- 
ists. III. lib., 30: 3-7 (Jan). Reprinted: 
Ind. mag. hist., 44: 117-124> (Mar). On 
reasons for preserving manuscripts. [44 

Arthur C. Parker. Which way now, 
America? iV. Y. hist., 29: 10-20 (Jan). 
On the duty of historians in regard to 
current action. [45 



Talcott Parsons & Bernard Barber. 

Sociology, 1941-46. Am. jour, social., 
53: 245-257 (Jan), notes. On the ac- 
tivities, status, organizations, and publi- 
cations of American sociologists. [46 

The perpetual quest: fifty years of 
hunting subject headings. Wilson lib. 
6?^1, 22: 793-795 (Jun). port. Based on 
the experience of Marion E. Potter with 
the H. W. Wilson Co., 1898-1948. [47 

Thomas A. Perry. Emerson, the histori- 
cal frame, and Shakespeare. Mod. lang. 
quar., 9: 440-447 (Dec), notes. On 
Emerson's views of historical research, 
with special reference to Shakespeare, 
1826 flF. [48 

Edith M. Phelps. Our first fifty years. 
Wilson lib. bul., 22: 786-792 (Jun). 
ports., views. Reminiscences of the 
H. W. Wilson Co., publishers of indexes, 
1898-1948. [49 

David Morris Potter. The Lincoln theme 
and American national historiography. 
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1948. 24 p. 
Lecture delivered before the University 
of Oxford, Nov. 19, 1947. On the treat- 
ment of Lincoln by historians from George 
Bancroft to James G. Randall. [50 

Pitman B. Potter. International law 
and relations: 1939-1945. Am. Assoc. 
Univ. Professors, BuL, 34: 756-767 
(winter), notes. Review of studies in 
the United States relating to those sub- 
jects. [51 

Henry F. Pringle. The problems of 
writing twentieth century American polit- 
ical history. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 149-160 
(Apr), notes. [52 

Vance Randolph. Ballad hunters in 
north Arkansas. Ark. hist, quar., 7: 1-10 
(spring), notes. Chronological survey 
of ballad collectors and collections, 1904- 
47. [53 

[James H. Rodabaugh.] Publications 
in Ohio history. Ohio State archaeol. and 
hist, quar., 57: iii-xiii (Jul). Summary 
of accomplishments and needs in Ohio 
historiography. [54 



Earle D. Boss. Agriculture in our eco- 
nomic history. Agric. hist., 22: 65-69 
(Apr.) [55 

Earle D. Boss & Bobert L. Tontz. 
The term "agricultural revolution" as 
used by economic historians. Agric. 
hist., 22: 32-38 (Jan), notes. Mainly 
on the term as used in the United States. 

[56 

Henry Salomon, Jr. Assignment in 
Japan. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 973-977 
(Aug), view. On methods employed by 
the author in Japan, Jan. 1946 ff., to 
collect data for History of United States 
naval operations in World War II. [57 

Edward Norman Saveth. American 
historians and European immigrants, 
1875-1925. N. Y.: Columbia Univ. 
Press, 1948. 244, [1] p. bibhog. (p. 
225-237), notes. (Columbia Univ. Fac- 
ulty of Political Science. Studies in 
history, economics, and public law, no. 
540.) Thesis — Columbia Univ. A study 
of prepossessions and procedures. [58 

Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. The need 
for a cultural comprehension of political 
behavior. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 180-198 
(Apr). [59 

Joseph A. Schumpeter. Irving Fisher's 
econometrics [1892-1932]. Econometrica, 
16: 219-231 (Jul), notes. [60 

Edward Albert Shils. The present state 
of American sociology. Glencoe, 111.: 
Free Press [1948. 2], 64 p. notes. In- 
cludes the history of sociological studies 
in the United States, 1894-1947. [61 

Henry Ernest Sigerist. Medical history 
in the United States, past — present — 
future: a valedictory address. Bui. hist, 
med., 22: 47-64 (Jan-Feb). notes. Re- 
view of studies of medical history, 1876- 
1948, with special reference to Baltimore. 

[62 

Frederick F. Stephan. History of the 
uses of modern sampling procedures. 
Am. Statistical Assoc, Jour., 43: 12- 
39 (Mar), notes. Includes references 



to sampling procedures in the United 
States, 1873-1948. [63 

E. G. Swem. The observations on the 
"Virginia historical index" by Dr. How- 
ard Mumford Jones in his address on 
"Desiderata in colonial literary history." 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 314-322 (Jul). On 
remarks made in 1936. [64 

E. Q. Swem. [Review of The history 
and present state of Virginia, by Robert 
Beverley, edited with an introduction by 
Louis B. Wright (Chapel Hill, 1947).] 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 89-98 (Jan). In part 
an independent essay on this work, first 
published in 1705, and on standards of 
editing reprinted works relating to early 
Virginia. [65 

Max M. Tharp. A reappraisal of farm 
tenure research [1933-48]. Land econ., 
24: 315-330 (Nov), notes. [66 

Bay Van Handel & Burleigh E. Jacobs. 

The Wisconsin Postal History Project. 
Wis. mag. hist., 32: 185-187 (Dec). De- 
scribes a project organized May 3, 1942. 

[67 

Lester A. Ward & Edward A. Boss. 

The Ward-Ross correspondence. Edited 
by Bernhard J. Stern. Am. sociol. rev., 
13: 82-94 (Feb), notes. Cont. and to 
be cont. On sociological studies and 
sociologists. This installment: Mar. 28, 
1904-Dec. 31, 1905. [68 

Bobert Gordon Wasson. The Hall car- 
bine affair: a study in contemporary 
folklore. [Revised edition.] N. Y.: 
Pandick Press, 1948. x, 190 p. fascims., 
port., views, bibliog. (p. 149-153), notes 
(p. 121-148). First published 1941. In 
substance a study in historical method, 
dealing with a purchase of Hall carbines 
by the United States in 1861, subsequent 
transactions and litigation till 1868, and 
charges made by Gustavus Myers in 
1910 (and copied by later writers) that 
John Pierpont Morgan had been fraudu- 
lently connected with the transactions. 

[69 

Ben Ames Williams. Fiction's fourth 
dimension. Sat. rev. lit., 31 (no. 42): 



8-9, 32-33 (Oct 16). port., views. On 
the writing of historical novels. [70 

Halsey W. Wilson. Random reminis- 
cences. Wilson lib. bul, 22: 779-783 
(Jun). ports., view. Recollections of a 
pubHsher of indexes, 1898-1948. [71 



Silvio Zavala. La historiografia norte 
americana sobre la Guerra del 47. Cua- 
dernos americanos, 7 (no. 2): 190-206 
(Mar-Apr). Remarks on publications of 
various dates relating to the War with 
Mexico. [72 



THE TEACHING OF HISTORY AND 
ALLIED SUBJECTS 



Edward P. Alexander. The school pro- 
gram of Colonial Williamsburg. A7n. 
heritage., 2: 41-43 (Apr). On conducted 
tours, films, pamphlets, and other means 
furnished by Colonial Williamsburg for 
the education of visitors. [73 

Thomas B. Alexander. What should 
teachers of history teach? — an answer. 
Am. Assoc. Univ. Professors, But., 34: 
50-54 (spring). Refers to an article in 
the winter 1947 issue of the Bulletin. [74 

Arthur D. Angel. The role of political 
science in the general social science pro- 
gram (basic college program of Michigan 
State College) [1944-48]. Social sci., 23: 
178-182 (Jul). Deals in part with 
history. [75 

Oren Arnold. Winning a degree — the 
pick and shovel way. Desert mag., 11 
(no. 12): 13-18 (Oct), port., views. On 
methods of the University of Arizona in 
teaching anthropology in the field, 1947. 

[76 

Richard H. Bauer. The study of 
history. Social stud., 39: 150-158, 220- 
230, 267-272, 303-311 (Apr, May, Oct, 
Nov), notes. Mainly on American his- 
tory. Contents. — What history is. — • 
Why study history? — -Kinds of histori- 
cal material. — The organization of his- 
torical material. — Maps, charts, and 
visual aids. — History nqtebook and 
essay. — The examination in history. — 
The reading of history. — Research in 
history. — Miscellaneous observations and 
suggestions. [77 

Daniel Joseph Boorstin. The humane 
study of law. Yale law jour., 57: 960-975 



(Apr). On "the place of the law school 
in the study of legal history." [78 

Kathryn Fields Bovaird. The Ameri- 
can adventure: westward ho! Social 
educ, 12: 351-355 (Dec), notes. Experi- 
ment in teaching American history by 
radio in Philadelphia, 1947-48. [79 

Henry W. Bragdon. Go home, young 
man. Am. heritage, 2: 78-81 (Oct). 
Describes a method of teaching U. S. 
history in Phillips Exeter Academy. [80 

John Bartlet Brebner. Canada in 
North American history. Miss. Valley 
hist, rev., 34: 653-659 (Mar), notes. 
Prepared in order "to suggest how the 
study and teaching of American and 
Canadian history may be made comple- 
mentary in relevant ways." [81 

Ralph H. Brown. The treatment of geo- 
graphic knowledge and understandings in 
history courses. Joiir. geog., 47: 103-105 
(Mar). [82 

Stuart Gerry Brown. Teaching the 
documents of American democracy. Soc. 
educ, 12: 205-208 (May), notes. On 
the Mayflower Compact, 1620, and the 
Emancipation Proclamation, 1863. [83 

Thomas A. Budd. Collegiate training 
in business administration. General mag. 
and hist, chron., 51: 39-44 (autumn). 
Refers to the school of finance and 
economy in the University of Pennsyl- 
vania endowed by Joseph Wharton, 1880, 
and later collegiate courses in business. 

[84 



Hilda Cavanaugh. Sauk County stud- 
ies local history. Wis. mag. hist., 32: 
80-84 (Sep). On methods of teaching. 

[85 

A.. B. Fulton. A university course in 
the moving pictures. Hollywood guar., 3: 
199-200 (winter). Describes a course in 
"the history and aesthetics of the moving 
pictures," recently established in the De- 
partment of English, Purdue University. 

[86 

Leonard B. Irwin. The two-year 
American history course. Social stud., 
39: 323-327 (Nov). On New Jersey 
legislation of 1945 requiring "that each 
secondary school pupil must have a two- 
year course in United States history." 

[87 

John Jenkins. Things to do. Badger 
hist, 1 (no. 6): 13-19 (Mar), views. 
Advice regarding the preparation of 
exhibits of historic objects. [88 

C. J. Kennedy. Introducing college 
freshmen to business history. Bus. Hist. 
Soc, Bui, 22: 57-63 (Apr). Description 
of a freshman course in "the evolution of 
business and capitalism," inaugurated in 
the University of Nebraska in 1946. [89 

Robert E. Keohane. Mary Sheldon 
Barnes and the origin of the source 
method of teaching history in the Ameri- 
can secondary school, 1885-1896. Am. 
heritage, 2: 68-72, 109-112 (Oct-Dec). 
notes. [90 

Tremaine McDowell. Folklore and 
American studies. Am. heritage, 2: 44-47 
(Apr). On the teaching of these subjects 
together in the University of Minnesota. 

[91 

Dorothy Merideth. Useful courses of 
study. Social educ, 12: 151-156, 253-259 
(Apr, Oct), Largely a review of various 
printed courses of study in social studies 
(including history) in junior and senior 
high schools, 1941-47. [92 

Larry Millett. Local history in Milan, 
Illinois. Am. heritage, 2: 127 (Dec). On 
methods of teaching. [93 



Mississippi Valley Historical Associa- 
tion. The relationship of the Association 
to the teaching of history: a committee 
report. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 35: 99-102 
(Jun). Prepared by a committee consist- 
ing of Thomas Dionysius Clark (chair- 
man), Harold W. Bradley, Erna Risch, 
Earle D. Ross, A. Bower Sageser, and 
Edgar B. Wesley. [94 

Ralph E. Olson. Building Anglo-Amer- 
ican understanding. Social educ, 12: 
199-203 (May), notes. On the proper 
treatment of British-American relations 
in textbooks, with reminiscences of a visit 
to England, 1943 S. [95 

Charles C. Peters. Teaching history 

and the social studies for citizenship 

training. Social stud., 39: 53-56 (Feb), 

notes. [96 

John Marshall Phillips. Yale's course 
in American art in the Colonial, Federal, 
and Early Republican periods. Am. 
heritage, 2: 128 (Dec). Describes a 
course first offered in 1932. [97 

Sidney I. Pomerantz. What every 
teacher should know about State and city 
history. Am. heritage, 2: 73-77 (Oct). 

[98 

Abbie Findlay Potts. The importance 
of action in local history. III. State 
Hist. Soc, Jour., 41: 402-414 (Dec). 
Incidents in the history of Rockford 
College, 1847 ff., considered in relation 
to the teaching of history. [99 

Lydia B. Powel. The art of history. 
Met. Mus. Art bul, 6: 169-174 (Feb), 
views. On the American History and 
Citizenship Project connected with the 
Junior Museum, Metropolitan Museum 
of Art, 1941-48. [100 

Gladys B. Shepperd. The bookshelf of 
Negro history: a project of the Negro 
History Club of Dunbar High School, 
Baltimore, Maryland. Am. heritage, 2: 
18-21 (Feb). [101 

Irene Siron. I believe in local history. 
Am. heritage, 2: 100-101 (Dec). Refers 
to teaching practices at Rock Island, 111. 

[102 



Harold W. Thompson. Folklore in the 

schools: for college and adult education. 
N. Y. folklore guar., 4: 140-143, 219-226, 
301-309 (summer-winter). Describes the 
author's course in "American folk-litera- 
ture" at Albany State College, 1934-40, 
and Cornell, 1940-48. [103 

William G. Tyrrell. Musical record- 
ings for American history [ca. 1759-1948]. 
Social educ, 12: 213-218, 309-313 (May 
& Nov), notes. [104 

Daniel L. Van Leuvan. Use of local 
historical documents in teaching the social 
studies. Social stud., 39: 26-28 (Jan), 
notes. [105 

Edwin B. Walker. General education 
in the social sciences. Southw. soc. sci. 
guar., 29: 15-26 (Jun). [106 



Gertrude Wetterauer. Teaching teach- 
ers history. Am. heritage, 2: 8-10 (Feb). 
Educational experiment on Long Island. 

[107 

Charles H. Wilson. Cincinnati uses 
local history in leadership training. Am. 
heritage, 2: 81-83 (Oct). [108 

Harvey Wish. Shaping the seminar in 
local history. Ohio State archaeol. and 
hist, guar., 57: 179-184 (Apr). [109 

Amanda Zabel. The teaching of Amer- 
ican literature. Jour, higher educ, 19: 
471-476 (Dec), notes. Survey of the 
status of courses in American literature 
in 51 coUeges and universities, 1939-40. 

[110 



HISTORIANS AND ALLIED WORKERS 



J. Winston Coleman, Jr. John Filson: 
Kentucky's first historian. Ind. guar, 
bookmen, 4: 71-80 (Oct). On Filson in 
Kentucky, ca. 1 782-1 788. [Ill 

Duel in the Hub. Month at Goodspeed's, 
19: 178-182 (Mar.). Describes mss. re- 
lating to a controversy, ca. 1805-1814, 
between the Rev. Jedidiah Morse and 
Hannah Adams, both of whom had pub- 
lished school histories of New England. 

[112 

W. Stull Holt. Hegel, the Turner 
hypothesis, and the safety-valve theory. 
Agric. hist., 22: 175-176 (Jul), notes. 
On Hegel lectures of 1822-23, which 
developed into Philosophic der Geschichte 
(1837), in relation to Frederick Jackson 
Turner's hypothesis of 1893. [113 

Ellis Merton Coulter. William Bacon 
Stevens [1815-87]: physician, historian, 
teacher, preacher. Ga. rev., 2: 221-235 
(summer). On Stevens's stay in Georgia, 
1837-48, particularly his work as historian. 

[114 

Ernest Samuels. The young Henry 
Adams [1838-77]. Cambridge: Harvard 



Univ. Press, 1948. xvi, 378 p. "The 
writings of Henry Adams, 1855-1877" (p. 
313-321); notes (p. 323-352); "Selected 
bibliography" (p. 353-362). [115 

Richard E. Banta. Indiana's amateur 
historians. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 257-266 
(Sep), notes. On historical writings of 
John DiUon, John Law, and Sandford C. 
Cox, 1839-79. [116 

Charles I. Glicksberg. Henry Adams 
the journalist. New Eng. guar., 21: 
232-236 (Jun). notes. On Adams's anony- 
mous contributions to newspapers, Oct. 
1868-Oct. 1870. Identifies and reprints 
an article by him in the New York evening 
postal Feb. 2, 1870. [117 

Jefferson Davis. Correspondence of 
Jefferson Davis and J. Thomas Scharf. 
Edited by Frank F. White, Jr. Jour. 
Miss, hist., 10: 118-131 (Apr), notes. 
Letters dated at Memphis, Aug. 28, 1873, 
and Beauvoir, Miss., Aug. 7, 1885-Jun. 
10, 1889, relating mainly to a plan of John 
Thomas Scharf to write Davis's memoirs. 
Some of the letters are signed V. Davis, 
probably Varina Howell Davis, wife of 
Jefferson Davis. [118 



Daniel Aaron. The unusable man: an 
essay on the mind of Brooks Adams 
[1847-1927]. New Eng. quar., 21: 3-33 
(Mar). On Adams's thinking, 1887-1927. 

[119 

George W. Richards. The life and 
work of William J. Hinke. Theol. Semin. 
Evangel, and Reformed Church, 19: 124- 
139 (Jul). On William John Hinke 
(born 1871) and his career in Pennsylvania 
and New York as student, professor of 
theology, Presbyterian pastor, and his- 
torian of the Reformed Church in the 
United States, 1887-1944. [120 

Wendell H. Stephenson. Some pioneer 
Alabama historians. Ala. rev., 1: 164- 
179, 261-278 (Jul-Oct). notes. To be 
cont. These installments: the teaching 
and the historiographic methods of George 
Petrie at Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 
1887-1942, and of Walter Lynwood 
Fleming at Louisiana State University 
and Vanderbilt University, 1907-29. 

[121 

John Elias Hobeika. An appreciation 
of the character and career of Lyon 
Gardiner Tyler [1853-1935] and of his 
writings on Abraham Lincoln and the 
War between the States: the sage of 
Lion's Den. N. Y.: E.xposition Press 
[1948]. 64 p. On Dr. Tyler (son of 
President John Tyler) as educator, 
scholar, and editor, 1888-1935. [122 

J. M. Ellicott. Sidelights on Mahan. 
U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 1247-1249 (Oct). 
view. Reminiscences of Alfred Thaj^er 
Mahan as a commanding officer and a 
lecturer, ca. 1890. [123 

Garrett Mattingly. The historian of 
the Spanish Empire. Am. hist, rev., 53: 
32-48 (Oct), notes. On the work of 
Roger Bigelow Merriman (died 1945), 
and his life from 1892, when he enrolled 
at Harvard as a freshman. [124 

James Ford Rhodes. James Ford 
Rhodes and historical scholarship. 
[Edited by] Joseph Borome. New Eng. 
guar., 21: 379-383 (Sep), notes. Let- 
ters to John William Burgess (Jun. 5, 
1893), John Codman Ropes (May 30, 



1897), and Albert BushneU Hart (Nov. 
4, 1906), commenting on American 
historiography. [125 

Frederick Jackson Turner. Frederick 
Jackson Turner letters. Introductory 
note by Estelle Fisher. Wis. mag. hist., 
31: 339-345 (Mar). Letter of Feb. 23, 
1893, proposing the establishment of a 
School of History in the University of 
Wisconsin; and letter of Apr. 14, 1900, 
accepting an invitation to address the 
American Historical Association. [126 

Theodore Calvin Pease. Evarts Boutell 
Greene, 1870-1947. III. State Hist. 
Sec, Jour., 41: 7-15 (Mar), port. Rem- 
iniscences of Greene as a teacher of 
history in the University of Illinois, 
1894-1923. [127 

William I[saac] Thomas (1863-1947). 
Sociol. and social research, 32:755-767 
(Mar- Apr). On Thomas as a sociologist, 
1896-1947. Contributions by Ellsworth 
Faris, Ernest W. Burgess, and Florian 
Znaniecki. [128 

Edward H. Reisner. Paul Monroe, 
1869-1947. Teachers College record, 49: 
291-293 (Jan), port. On the connection 
of Dr. Monroe with Teachers College, 
Columbia University, 1898-1938, with 
particular reference to his studies of the 
history of education. [129 

Dorothy Price Shaw. The Cragin Col- 
lection. Colo, mag., 25: 166-178 (Jul), 
port. On Francis W. Cragin (1858-1937) 
as a geologist in Colorado, 1891-1903, 
and as a collector and compiler of oral 
and ms. materials relating to Colorado 
history, 1899-ca. 1916, now in custody of 
the Pioneer Museum of El Paso Co.; 
with an article by Cragin entitled "Two 
John Browns." [130 

Mary Bartlett Cowdrey. Presentation 
of the New York Historical Society's gold 
medal for achievement in history to 
Harry Twyford Peters. N. Y. Hist. Soc. 
guar., 32: 79-87 (Apr), facsims., port. 
On Peters's contributions "to the history 
of the graphic arts in America and to the 
social history of our people," ca. 1900- 
1947. [131 



Q. Andrews Moriarty. Mary Lovering 
Holman [1868-1947]. Neiv Eng. hist, and 
geneal. reg., 102: 3-5 (Jan). Memoir of 
a genealogist, active ca. 1900 fif. [132 

Marshall W. Fishwick. A Yankee his- 
torian cycles South. W. Va. hist., 9: 
158-161 (Jan), notes. Includes extracts 
from a diary kept by Reuben Gold 
Thwaites in Newbern, Pulaski, and Max 
Meadows, Va., May 8-12, 1901. [133 

John Farquhar Fulton. Edward Clark 
Streeter, 1874-1947: a biographical ap- 
preciation for his friends and classmates, 
including the text of his paper on Leoni- 
ceno. [New Haven] Historical Library', 
Yale Univ. School of Medicine, 1948. 
23 p. port. (Yale Univ. School of Med- 
icine. [Yale Medical Library.] Histor- 
ical Library. Publication no. 20.) Re- 
printed with emendations and additions 
from Yale jour, biol., Dec. 1947. On 
Streeter's career as physician and medical 
historian, 1901-47, with a list of his writ- 
ings, 1910-43. [134 

Norma Adams. Nellie Neilson, 1873- 
1947. Mt. Holyoke alumnae guar., 31: 
153-155 (Feb). On Miss Neilson as an 
economic and legal historian dealing with 
medieval England, and as professor of 
history at Mount Holyoke, 1902-47. 

[135 

David Q. Mandelbaum. Clark Wissler, 
1870-1947. Science, 107: 338-339 (Apr. 
2). On Wissler as an anthropologist, 
1902-47. [136 

Mary Elizabeth Massey. David Yan- 
cey Thomas [1872-1943]: historian. Ark. 
hist, guar., 7: 221-226 (autumn), notes. 
On Thomas as a historian in Arkansas, 
with a bibliography of his publications, 
1902-37. [137 

George Peter Murdock. Clark Wissler, 
1870-1947. Am. anthrop., 50:292-304 
(Apr-Jun). port, notes.; On Wissler 
as an anthropologist, 1902-47, with a 
bibliography of his writings (p. 295-304), 
prepared by Bella Weitzner and Mary 
Wissler. [138 

N. C. Nelson. Clark Wissler, 1870-1947. 
Am. antig., 13: 244-247 (Jan), port. 



On Dr. Wissler as an anthropologist in 
the American Museum of Natural His- 
tory, 1902-47. [139 

Arthur Preston Whitaker. Charles 
Austin Beard (1874-1948). Rev. hist. 
Am., no. 26 (Dec), p. 419-423. On 
Beard as a historian and political scien- 
tist, with remarks on his publications, 
1904-48. [140 

Hugh Mencken. George Grant Mac- 
Curdy, 1863-1947. Science, 107: 639-640 
(Jun 18). On MacCurdy as a prehistoric 
archeologist at Yale, 1905-31. [141 

Herbert S. Klickstein & Henry M. 
Leicester. Charles Albert Browne as an 
historian of chemistry. Jour, chemical 
educ, 25: 315-317, 343 (Jun). Includes 
"Bibliography of the historical publica- 
tions of Charles Albert Browne (1870- 
1947)," 1908-48. [142 

Robert A. Hume. Homage to Henry 
Adams. Pac. spectator, 2:299- 307. 
notes. On Adams's views of the relations 
between histor}^ and science, 1911-18. 

[143 

Albert J. Beveridge & J. Franklin 
Jameson. Senator Beveridge, J. Frank- 
lin Jameson, and John Marshall. Edited 
by Elizabeth Donnan and Leo F. Stock. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., 35: 463-492 (Dec), 
notes. Correspondence between Bever- 
idge and Jameson relating to the former's 
life of John Marshall, Jun. 1913-Nov. 
1919. [144 

William J. Lallou. Monsignor Guilday. 
Am. eccles. rev., 118: 1-11 (Jan). On 
Peter Guilday (1884-1947) as a historian 
of the Church and a member of the Cath- 
olic University of America, 1914-47. [145 

J. Q. Randall. Theodore Calvin Pease 
[1887-1948]. III. State Hist. See, 
Jour., 41:353-366 (Dec), port. On 
Pease as Professor of History in the 
University of Illinois, 1914-48. [146 

Samuel Cole Williams [1864-1947]. 
Tenn. hist, guar., 22: 99-104 (Jun). On 
Judge Williams as a historian of Tennes- 
see, 1923-47. Contents. — In memoriam 
[by] Stanley F. Horn. — An evaluation 
[by] Stanley J. Folmsbee. [147 



Abbott P. Herman. Glen E. Carlson: 
1896-1948. Sociol. and social research, 
33: 102-105 (Nov-Dec). On Carlson as 
a sociologist, 1925-48. [148 

George L. McKay. Harry Twyford 
Peters [1881-1948]: in memoriam. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 6): 5, 20 (Jul), view. 
On Peters as collector and historian of 
prints, 1929-47. [149 

A farewell dinner for Dr. and Mrs. 
Henry E[rnest] Sigerist. Bui. hist, med., 
22:5-46 (Jan-Feb). port. notes. 
Ceremonies held on the occasion of Dr. 
Sigerist's resignation as William H. 
Welch Professor of the History of Medi- 
cine and Director of the Institute of the 
History of Medicine of the Johns Hop- 
kins University, reviewing his studies of 
medical history since his arrival in the 



United States in 1931. Contents. — In- 
troductory remarks of the toastmaster, 
by John F. Fulton. — ^A salute from his 
pupils, by Leslie A. Falk. — Henry E. 
Sigerist: his interest in Soviet medicine, 
by Stuart Mudd. — Henry E. Sigerist: 
his influence upon medical history in the 
United States, by Richard H. Shryock. — 
Henry E. Sigerist: the medical historian, 
by Arturo Castiglioni. — Henry E. Sige- 
rist: the scholar, by George Sarton. — 
Henry E. Sigerist: his impact on Ameri- 
can medicine, by Alan Gregg. — Response 
by Henry E. Sigerist. [150 

Meredith B. Colket, Jr. William Wade 
Hinshaw's contribution to Quaker gene- 
alogy. Pa. geneal. mag., 16: 104-107. 
On the activities of Hinshaw (died 1947) 
in collecting genealogical data from 
Quaker records, ca. 1936-1947. [151 



LISTS AND DESCRIPTIONS OF HISTORICAL 
MATERIALS 



Edward Emory Eberstadt. The Wil- 
liam Robertson Coe Collection of Western 
Americana. New Haven: Yale Univ. 
Press, 1948. 41-130 p. facsims., port., 
views. (Yale Univ. Lib. gaz., v. 23, no. 2, 
Oct. 1948.) Describes a collection of 
books, newspapers, maps, paintings, and 
sketches, assembled 1910 ff., under the 
following heads: Alaska and the North- 
west Coast, British Columbia, Explora- 
tion of the interior, Oregon, California, 
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah and 
the Mormons, Nevada, Colorado, Da- 
kota, and Wyoming [152 

W. Stanley Hoole, comp. Recent acqui- 
sitions. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 34: 
725-731 (Mar). "Compilation of sig- 
nificant historical materials recently ac- 
quired by the major libraries of the 
Mississippi Valley," arranged alphabeti- 
rally by States. Includes books, manu- 
scripts, photographs, and other materials. 

[153 

H. Earle Johnson. Notes on sources of 
musical Americana. Notes, 5: 169-177 
(Mar). Partial inventory of resources of 



libraries from New England to Washing- 
ton and St. Louis. [154 

William G. Tyrrell. Audio-visual ma- 
terials for local history. Am. heritage, 
2: 27-30, 57-61, 93-96, 122-124 (Feb- 
Dec). Current synopsis of recordings, 
films, plates, etc., relating to U. S. 
history. [155 

U. S. Library of Congress. Centennial of 
the Oregon Territory exhibition [1848- 
1948]. Wash.: U. S. Govt. Print. OflF., 
1948. [4], 76 p. cartoon, facsims., views. 
{Its State exhibition catalogs, 8.) [156 

U. S. Library of Congress. An exhibition 
commemorating the settlement of Geor- 
gia, 1733-1948. Wash.: U. S. Govt. 
Print. OflF., 1948. iii, 92 p. facsims., 
views. (Its State exhibition catalogs, 6.) 

[157 

U. S. Library of Congress. Wisconsin 
centennial exhibition [1634-1948]. Wash.: 
U. S. Govt. Print. OS., 1948. [4], 64 p. 
facsims., map, views. {Its State exhi- 
bition catalogs, 7.) [158 



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Marjorie E. Case. Connecticut re- 
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Minnesota Historical Society. Min- 
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Margaret Qower Was. The tender 
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Stanley Morison. Early printed man- 
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[202 

Barrows Mussey <fc Sylvester L. Vigi- 
lante, comps. "Eighteen-hundred and 
froze-to-death": the cold summer of 
1816 and westward migration from New 
England. N. Y. Pub. Lib., Bul., 52: 
454-457 (Sep) . Checklist of publications 
referring to New England climate in 1816 
and migration from New England in 
1817. [203 

Maurice E. Phillips. A brief history of 
Academy publications. Acad. Natural 
Sci. Phila., Proc, 100: i-xl. "Annotated 
list of publications of the Academy," 
1817-1945, with an introduction on 
early American scientific societies, par- 
ticularly the Academy of Natural Sci- 
ences of Philadelphia. [204 

Aubudon's Birds of America, elephant 
folio. Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 172-192 
(Apr), views. Describes a complete set 
of the original issue of John James Au- 
dubon's Birds of America, 1827-38, and 
catalogues the 435 colored plates by sub- 
ject. [205 

Richard Barksdale Harwell. John Hill 
Hewitt Collection. South Atlantic but., 
13 (no. 4): 3-5 (Mar). On Hewitt as a 
man of letters, 1827-80, and the collec- 
tion of his writings at Emory University. 

[206 



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[Historical and Philosophical Society 
of Ohio.] Publications of the Historical 
& Philosophical Society of Ohio. Hist. 
AND Phil. See. Ohio, Bui., 6: 59-60 
(Apr). Chronological list of publica- 
tions, 1832-1948. [207 

George L. McKay, comp. American 
book auction catalogues, 1713-1934. 
Additions. N. Y. Pub. Lib., Bui, 52: 
401-412 (Aug). These addenda, 1857- 
78, are from Philadelphia; most of the 
catalogues described were issued by 
M. Thomas and Sons. [208 

Wilbur Moorehead Smith, comp. An 
annotated bibliography of D. L. Moody. 
Chicago: Moody Press [1948]. xxv, 221 p. 
Introduction on the life of Dwight 
Lyman Moody (1837-99) and his career 
as an evangelist, ca. 1858 ff.; literature 
about Moody; his writings; and some 
historical documents relating to him. 

[209 

Williara Merriam Gibson & George 
Arms, comps. A bibliography of William 
Dean Howells [1837-1920]. N. Y.: New 
York Pubhc Library, 1948. 182 p. view. 
Reprinted with revisions and additions 
from N. Y. Pub. Lib., But., 1946-47. 
Publications by Howells, 1860-1928, and 
about him, 1868-1947. [210 

Music about Lincoln [1860 ff.]. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 19:137-140 (Feb), facsim. 

[211 

William L. Powlison, comp. Automo- 
bile bibliography. Old timers news, 3 
(no. 10): 25; (no. 11): 25; (no. 12): 25 
(Apr, Aug, Dec). List of books "in 
whole or in part about the automotive 
industry," including its history, 1860- 
1947. [212 

E. W. Winkler, comp. Check list of 
Texas imprints, 1861-1876. Southw. hist, 
quar., 51: 230-251; 52: 66-82, 209-226 
(Jan, Jul, Oct). Cont. and to be cont. 
These installments: 1861-62. [213 

Ellis Merton Coulter, comp. Travels in 
the Confederate States: a bibliography. 
Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1948. 
xiv, 289 p. (American exploration and 



travel [11].) Alphabetical, annotated 
list of publications, 1862-1945, of original 
accounts of travel in the Confederate 
States, 1861-65. [214 

Louis A. Warren, New York "Heralds" 
for April 15, 1865. Hobbies, 52 (no. 12): 
141, 145 (Feb), facsim. On the issue 
announcing the assassination of Lincoln, 
and fraudulent reprints of this issue. 

[215 

James Ernest Thorpe, comp. A bibli- 
ography of the writings of George Lyman 
Kittredge [1860-1941]. Cambridge: Har- 
vard Univ. Press, 1948. xiv, 125 p. Con- 
tents. — Chronological list, 1869-1946. 
—Subject index. [216 

Edward H. Spicer. Southwestern 
chronicle: ethnology of the Navaho, 
Apache, and others. Ariz, quar., 4: 
162-171 (summer). Review of publica- 
tions, ca. 1870-1947. [217 

W. H. Russell. Seventy-five years of 
progressive naval thinking (a review of 
some outstanding articles published in 
the Proceedings [1873-1948]). U. S. N. 
Inst, proc, 74: 1251-1261 (Oct), views. 

[218 

The Fergus historical series. Chicago 
hist., 2: 9-13 (fall), facsim. History of 
the series, issued by Robert Fergus in 34 
numbers at Chicago, 1876-97 (no. 35 
issued 1903 after his death). [219 

George Everett Foster. Bibliography 
of George E. Foster's published works on 
the Cherokee. Chron. Okla., 26: 245-246 
(summer). Facsimile of a broadside en- 
titled Literary introduction (Ithaca, N. Y.: 
George E. Foster [n. d.]), listing Foster's 
writings, 1885-90; and biographical sketch 
of Foster (1849-1917). [220 

Edward H. Spicer. Southwestern 
chronicle: Pueblo ethnology. Ariz quar., 
4: 78-89 (spring). Review of publica- 
tions, 1885-1947. [221 

Clara Lee Tanner. Southwestern 
chronicle: Southwest Indian arts and 
crafts. Ariz, quar., 4: 256-272 (autumn). 
Comments on publications, ca. 1887- 
1948. [222 



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Samuel Wood Geiser. Biological pub- 
lications in the second Texas Academy of 
Science proceedings, 1892-1912. Field & 
lab., 16: 8-18 (Jan), notes. Includes 
biographical notices of investigators who 
presented papers before the Academy. 

[223 

Dartmouth College. Library. A 
Stephen Crane collection. Hanover, 
N.H., 1948. xiii, 30 p. Description, by 
Herbert Faulkner West, of the George 
Matthew Adams Collection, with a 
chronological bibliography of works writ- 
ten by Crane, 1893-1930, and about him, 
1895-1945. [224 

Angle Debo. Early publications of the 
Oklahoma Historical Society. Chron. 
Okla., 26: 325-328 (autumn), notes. On 
Mistletoe leaves, 1893-95, and Historia, 
1909-22. [225 

Ames William Williams & Vincent 
Starrett. Stephen Crane, a bibliog- 
raphy. Glendale, Calif.: J. Valentine, 
1948. xi, 161 p. facsim., ports. Crane's 
writings, 1893-1942; "Contemporary re- 
views," 1893-1903; and writings about 
Crane. [226 

Pablo M. Esperidion. A brief history 
of Philippine philatelic literature [1895- 
1947]. Am. philatelist, 62: 197-201 (Dec). 
Includes a "checkUst." [227 

Jacob Blanck. Where there's a will . . 
New colophon, 1: 47-57 (Jan). On "A 
last will," by Williston Fish (1858- 
1939), published in Harper's weekly Sep. 3, 
1898, purporting to be the last will and 
testament of Charles Lounsbury, leaving 
"to children exclusively . . . the dande- 
lions of the fields," etc.; and on various 
separate editions till 1941. [228 

50 years of the CBI! III. lib., 30: 81-82 
(Feb). On the Cumulative book index, 
1898-1948, ~ [229 

Cleveland Bodgers & Rebecca B. Ran- 
kin, comps. Greater New York's golden 
anniversary: with a selected list of books 
relating to New York City. N. Y. Pub. 
Lib., Bui, 52: 170-181 (Apr). Anno- 



tated list of 150 books relating to New 
York City, mainly 1898-1948. [230 

Abraham Feldman, camp. David Gra- 
ham Phillips — his works and his critics 
[1901-11]. Bui. bibliog., 19: 144-146, 
177-179 (May-Dec). [231 

Donald Clifford Gallup. Aldis, Foley, 
and the collection of American literature 
at Yale. Biblicg. See. Am., Papers, 
42: 41-49 (1st quarter), notes. On the 
dealings of Owen Franklin Aldis (1853- 
1925) with Patrick Kevin Foley (1856- 
1937), bookseller, 1903-11; and Aldis's 
gift to Yale, Nov. 1911, of some 6,000 
volumes of "first and important editions 
of American belles-lettres ... as a nu- 
cleus for a thorough and complete col- 
lection for the advanced study of Amer- 
ican literature, its History and Bibli- 
ography." [232 

Chicago Teachers College. America, 
past and present: an annotated bibliog- 
raphy of children's stories for students, 
teachers, and librarians. Compiled by 
a class of teacher-librarians, Chicago 
Teachers College, under the direction of 
Eloise Rue. N. Y.: H. W. Wilson Co., 
1948. 80 p. (Reading for background, 
no. 17.) Publications, 1906-47, arranged 
alphabetically under historical periods. 

[233 

Robert A. Booth & Roland Strom- 
berg, comps. A bibliography of Ralph 
Waldo Emerson, 1908-1920. Bui. bib- 
liog., 19: 180-83 (Sep-Dec). [234 

Edith M. Phelps. Forty years of debate 
publishing. Quar. jour, speech, 34: 162- 
167 (Apr). On "the series of handbooks 
on subjects for debate" issued by the 
H. W. Wilson Co., 1908 S. [235 

Julian Sawyer, comp. Gertrude Stein 
(1874-1946): a checkhst comprising 
critical and miscellaneous ■RTitings about 
her work, life, and personality from 1913- 
1948. Bui. bibliog., 19: 128-131 (Jan- 
Apr). Concl. [236 

Walter W. Wright, comp. The White 
Mountains: an annotated bibliography, 
1918-1947. Appalachia, 27: 205-223 
(Dec), views. [237 



938918—52- 



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Charles Emil Dombusch, comp. Stars 
and stripes: check list of the several 
editions. N. Y. Pub. Lib., Bui., 52: 
331-340 (Jul). Statement of "the New 
York Public Library's almost complete 
holdings, on microfilm, of Stars and 
Stripes, the newspaper of the United 
States armed forces," 1919, 1942-45. 

[238 

Thomas W. Streeter. The Rollins Col- 
lection of Western Americana. Princeton 
Univ. Libr. chron., 9: 191-204 (Jun). 
Describes a collection of some 2,300 
books (mostly 19th-century publications) 
relating to the Trans- Mississippi West, 
assembled by Philip Ashton Rollins, ca. 
1920 flf. . [239 

Robert Glass Cleland. The writings of 
Philip Ashton Rollins. Princeton Univ. 
Libr. chron., 9: 205-210 (Jun). The 
writings, 1922-39, deal with the cattle 
country and cowboy life. [240 

Genevieve Miller & Henry E. Sigerist, 
comps. A bibliography of the publica- 
tions of the Johns Hopkins Institute of 
the History of Medicine, 1929 to 1947. 
Bui. hist, med., 22: 65-93 (Jan-Feb). 

[241 

Arthur S. Link. A decade of biograph- 
ical contributions to recent American 
history. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 34: 637- 
652 (Mar). notes. Reviews publica- 
tions of 1931-47 dealing with Americans 
prominent since 1900. [242 

Hans Hainebach, comp. German pub- 
lications on the United States, 1933 to 
1945. N. Y. Pub. Lib., Bui., 52: 435- 
449, 501-523 (Sep-Oct). [243 

Laura M. Flanders, comp. A revised 
checklist of Monmouth County news- 
papers in the Monmouth County Histor- 
ical Association [1934-1946]. Mon- 
mouth Co. Hist. Assoc, Bui., 1 (no. 
2): 23-48 (Jul). [244 

Frederick Johnson, ed. American ar- 
chaeology, 1947. Am. jour, archaeol., 52: 
344-372 (Apr-Jun). Review of archeo- 
logical scholarship in the Americas, 
1939-47, with bibliographies. [245 



Owendoljni Lloyd. The status of State 
document bibhography [1889-1949]. Lib. 
guar., 18: 192-199 (Jul), notes. Includes 
"bibliography of bibliographies of State 
publications, 1940-47" (p. 196-199). 

[246 

William Jerome Wilson & Mabel 
Randolph, comps. OPA bibliography, 
1940-1947: pubhcations of the Office of 
Price Administration and its predecessor 
agencies. [Wash.] Office of Temporary 
Controls, Office of Price Administration 
[1948]. vi, 441 p. (Historical reports 
on War Administration.) [247 

Julian Sawyer, comp. Gertrude Stein, 
a bibliography, 1941-1948. Bui. bibliog., 
19: 152-156, 183-187 (May-Dec). [248 

Editions for the Armed Services. 

Editions for the Armed Services, Inc.: 
a history [by John Alden Jamieson], to- 
gether with the complete list of 1,324 
books published for American armed 
forces overseas. N. Y. [1948. 12], 139 p. 
Report on the Armed Services Editions 
project, 1942-44. [249 

R. S. Boggs. Folklore bibliography for 
1947. Soiith. folklore guar., 12: 1-94 
(Mar). Worldwide, arranged topically. 

[250 

Donald F. Bond, Joseph M. Carriere, 
& Joseph E. Tucker, comps. Anglo- 
French and Franco- American studies: a 
current bibliography. Romanic rev., 39: 
181-203 (Oct). "This eleventh annual 
survey is devoted to the books, articles, 
and reviews of 1947 dealing with Anglo- 
French and Franco-American culture and 
literary history from the sixteenth century 
to the present day." [251 

Richard G. Lillard. A year of Western 
noiifiction. Pac. spectator, 2: 388-398. 
On publications relating to the West issued 
in 1947-48. [252 

Modern Language Association of 
America. American bibliography for 
1947. PMLA, 63 (supplement, pt. 2): 
1-135. Includes "American literature," 
by Lewis Leary (p. 74-88). [253 



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Lancaster Pollard, comp. A Pacific 
Northwest bibliograpliy, 1947. Pac. 
Northw. guar., 39: 152-166 (Apr). "Ar- 
ticles on Pacific Northwest history ap- 
pearing in periodicals during 1947." [254 

MANUSCRIPTS 

[Historical Society of Pennsylvania.] 

Supplement to the Guide to the manuscript 
collections in the Historical Society of 
Pennsylvania. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 27Cr- 
283 (Jul). Entries numbered 1448-1483. 

[255 

W. Turrentine Jackson. Materials 
for Western history in the Department of 
the Interior Archives. Miss. Valley hist, 
rev., 35: 61-76 (Jun). notes. Describes 
materials in the National Archives. [256 

Mississippi Valley Historical Associa- 
tion. Recent acquisitions. Miss. Val- 
ley hist, rev., 35: 546-555 (Dec). "A list 
of the more important manuscript acqui- 
sitions of university, state, and city 
libraries," arranged alphabetically by 
States. [257 

Our history in the making. Chicago hist., 
1: 351-354 (summer), facsim. On an 
exhibit of mss. by the Chicago Historical 
Society. [258 

Seymour J. Pomrenze. Materiales rel- 
ativos a Cuba en los Archivos Nacionales 
de Estados Unidos. Rev. bimestre cubana, 
62 (nos. 4-6): 5-22 (Jul-Dec). [259 

Martha Woodroof Hiden. Seventeenth 
century Virginia parochial and county 
court records. Va. mag. hist., 56: 125- 
141 (Apr), maps, notes. Describes the 
records of the eight Virginia shires or 
counties of the seventeenth century, 1634- 
1700. [260 

Douglas McNeill. The Horn papers. 
Davis & Elkins hist, mag., 1 (no. 1): 3-8 
(May). On a collection of mss. in posses- 
sion of William F. Horn in Aug. 1932, re- 
lating to travels of Jacob Horn, Chris- 
topher Gist, and others in Pennsylvania 
and Virginia, 1740-ca. 1770, published in 
part by the Green County (Pa.) Historical 
Association in 1945 and subsequently 
determined to be spurious. [261 



Henry P. Beers. The French records of 
the Old Northwest and Pennsylvania. 
Pennsylvanian, 5: 31-32 (Mar). On the 
location and use of the French records, 
1763-1948. [262 

Victor Hugo Paltsits. The bogus 
Washington commission. Autograph col- 
lectors' jour., 1 (no. 1): 4-8 (Oct), facsim. 
notes. On a spurious commission alleged 
to have been issued by the Continental 
Congress Jun. 19, 1775. [263 

Joseph E. Fields, comp. Completed sets 
of signers of the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. Collector, 61: 217-220 (Oct). De- 
scriptive list of the 31 known complete 
sets of autographs of the signers. [264 

U. S. Library of Congress. A few notes, 
&c., upon the Declaration of Independ- 
ence. [Wash.: U. S. Govt. Print. Off.] 
1948. 11 p. [265 

Lyman H. Butterfleld. The Jefferson- 
Adams correspondence in the Adams 
Manuscript Trust [1777-1826]. Lib. 
Cong. quar. jour., 5 (no. 3): 3-6 (Feb). 

[266 

U. S. Library of Congress. The Constitu- 
tion of the United States, together with 
an account of its travels since September 
17, 1787. Compiled by David C[ham- 
bers] Mearns and Verner D. Clapp. 
[Fourth edition, unrevised.] Wash., 1948. 
43, [1] p. facsims., view, bibliog. (p. 
19-20), notes. [267 

Vincent Lanius Eaton. Legislative 
journals of the old Northwest Territory 
[1799-1801]. Lib. Cong. quar. jour., 5 
(no. 4): 10-11 (Aug), notes. [268 

Helen Duprey Bullock. The personal 
and professional papers of Frederick Law 
Olmsted. Lib. Cong. quar. jour., 6 (no. 
1): 8-15 (Nov), notes. Describes rec- 
ords accumulated by a landscape archi- 
tect, 1819-1923. [269 

Charles Francis Potter. Round went 
the album. A^. Y. folklore quar., 4: 5-14 
(spring). Refers to author's collection of 
more than 3,000 albums, "primarily 
repositories of statements of friendship 



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given in exchange, to be treasured by 
their owners as mementoes of auld lang 
syne," ca. 1822-1943. [270 

Boyd B. Stutler. John Brown: his 
hand and pen. New colophon,!: 321-334 
(Oct), facsim. notes. On the hand- 
writing and manuscripts of John Brown, 
1826-59, as objects of collection. [271 

The Worden Papers. Lincoln herald, 50 
(no. 3): 32-37 (Oct), views. Describes 
the papers of Rear Adm. John Lorimer 
Worden, Jun. 1, 1835-Jun. 17, 1891, 
chiefly 1861-65. [272 

Carolyn Curtis. A note on the Burling- 
ton records in the Newberry Library. 
Bus. Hist. Soc, Bui., 22: 115-118 
(Jun). Describes the central office rec- 
ords and land office records of tlie Chicago 
Burlington & Quincy Railroad, ca. 
1850-1901. [273 

Dorothy Vernon of U. S. Steel. Month 
at Goodspeed's, 19: 160-162. Describes 
a collection of letters written to Paulina 
Wright Davis of Providence, R. I., by 
leading feminists, ca. 1850-ca. 1888. 

[274 

Big guns for the Navy. Month at Good- 
speed's, 20: 12 (Oct). Describes a col- 
lection of manuscripts of Admiral Mont- 
gomery Sicard, ca. 1860-ca. 1900, includ- 
ing technical notebooks and drawings. 

[275 

Donald H. Mugridge. "Neither slavery 
nor involuntary servitude . . ." Lib. Cong, 
guar, jour., 5 (no. 4): 12-18 (Aug). 
Describes a copy of the Thirteenth 
Amendment, signed "not only by the 
four regular authenticating officers of 
Congress, but also by the President of 
the United States and by every Senator 
and Representative who voted for its 
passage," Feb. 1, 1865. [276 

Katherine E. Brand. The personal 
papers of Ray Stannard Baker [1875- 



1940]. Lib. Cong. guar, jour., 5 (no. 4): 
3-9 (Aug), notes. [277 

The private papers of a foreign cor- 
respondent. Newberry Lib. bul., 2d ser., 
no. 1 (Jul), p. 1-11. port. On Edward 
Price BeU (1869-1943), foreign corre- 
spondent of the Chicago daily news, 1900- 
1933. [278 

Colton Storm. The care and feeding 
of a manuscript collection. Autograph 
collectors' jour., 1 (no. 1): 9-11 (Oct). 
On the mss. of the William L. Clements 
Library of the University of Michigan, 
opened in Jun. 1923. [279 

Carl J. Kulsrud. The archival records 
of the agricultural adjustment program. 
Agric. hist., 22: 197-204 (Jul). De- 
scribes certain records in the National 
Archives, 1933-40. [280 

Harold T. Pinkett. Records in the 
National Archives relating to the social 
purposes and results of the operation of 
the Civilian Conservation Corps [1933- 
42]. Social service rev., 22: 46-53 (Mar), 
notes. [281 

Richard A. Humphrey. War-born 
microfilm holdings of the Department of 
State. Jour. mod. hist., 20: 133-136 
(Jun), On the collection and copying of 
"enemy records" from Europe, 1944-48. 

[282 

Lester W. Smith, Comp. Writings on 
archives and manuscripts, July 1947- 
June 1948. Am. archivist, 11: 332-357 
(Oct). Classified bibliography, 345 titles. 

[283 

E. G. Swem. [Review of Guide to the 
manuscript collections in the Duke Uni- 
versity Library, prepared by Nannie M. 
Tilley and Noma Lee Goodwin (Durham, 
1947).] Va. mag. hist., 56: 221-226 
(Apr). In part an essay on the condition 
of public records and historical manu- 
scripts in Virginia. [284 



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Cartography 



Richard R. Rogers. Historical car- 
tography of the Great Lakes (1569- 
1746). Mich. Acad. Sci., Papers, 34: 
175-184. maps. [285 

Delf Norona. Cartography of West 
Virginia [1681-1947]. W. Va. hist., 9: 
99-127, 187-223 (Jan-Apr), maps (1 
fold.), notes. [286 

Ernest C. Miller. Early maps of the 
Pennsylvania oil fields [1775-1869]. 



Western Pa. hist. 
(Sep-Dec). notes. 



mag., 



31: 115-118 
[287 



Clara Egli Le Gear. The Hotchkiss 
Map Collection. Lib. Cong. guar, jour., 
6 (no. 1): 16-20 (Nov). maps. De- 
scribes a collection of maps made or ac- 
quired by Major Jedediah Hotchkiss 
(1828-99), relating largely to Virginia 
and West Virginia, 1861-65. [288 



Iconography 



Proceedings picture album. U. S. N. 
Inst, proc, 74: 1281-1292 (Oct), port., 
views. Brief account of the 20,000 
photographs collected by the U. S. Naval 
Institute. [289 

Marjorie F. Tichy. The Florence 
Dibell Bartlett Collection of New Mexico 
colonial art. Palacio, 55: 195-200 (Jul), 
notes. Describes a collection of "Rio 
Grande Valley Colonial art objects," 
undated. [290 

Bessie M. Lindsey. Lore of our land 
pictured in glass. Volume i. [n. p.] 
1948. XV, 260 p. On glassware repre- 
senting occurrences and personages in 
American history, 1492-1948. [291 

Jean Herzber Lipman. American folk 
art in wood, metal, and stone. 183 illus- 
trations, 4 color plates. [N. Y.] Pantheon 
[1948]. 193 p. ports., views (part col.), 
bibliog. (p. 187-193). On "American 
folk sculpture," with dated examples 
from 1715 to 1900. Partial con- 
tents. — Ship figureheads and ornaments. — - 
Weathervanes. — Cigar store figures and 
other trade signs. — Circus and carrousel 
carvings. — -Toys. — Decoys [for bird-hunt- 
ing]. — Sculpture for house and garden. — 
Portraits [gravestones]. [292 

Edgar Preston Richardson. What is 
the American line? Art news, 47 (no. 3): 
17-18, 55 (May). port., views. On 
American drawing, ca. 1750-1948, as 



illustrated in an exhibition of U. S. 
draftsmen in the Detroit Institute of 
Arts. [293 

Franklin portraits: the Rockefeller Col- 
lection. Phila. Mus. bul., 44 (no. 220): 
18-31 (winter), ports., views. Signed: 
C. Z. On portraits of Benjamin Franklin 
in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, dated 
1759-87. [294 

The Scenographia Americana. Old 
Print Shop portfolio, 7: 152-153 (Mar), 
view. Refers to a series of seventy-four 
views, 1768 ff., from drawings by Capt. 
Hervey Smith, Thomas Paton, Thomas 
PownaU, Archibald Campbell, and others, 
engraved by Paul Sandby, Canot, Grig- 
nion, Rooker, Elliot, and others. [295 

Rare prints of the Declaration of Inde- 
pendence. Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 
147-151 (Mar), ports. Describes two 
engravings, by Robert Edge Pine and 
Edward Savage and by John Trumbull. 

[296 

Theodore Sizer. A tentative "short- 
title" checklist of the works of Col. John 
Trumbull [1777-1843]. Art bul., 30: 
214-223, 260-269 (Sep-Dec). map, ports., 
view. To be concl. [297 

Theodore Sizer. Sketches by Trumbull. 
Met. Mus. Art. bul, 6: 261-263 (Jun). 
ports. On portraits of John Mercer, 
Arthur St. Clair, and Horatio Gates, 
1790-91. [298 



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Frank Weitenkampf. John Hill and 
American landscapes in aquatint. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 6): 6-8 (Jul), views, 
notes. On aquatinting in the United 
States, 1800-1857. [299 

American privateers. Old Print Shop 
portfolio, 7: 230-232 (Jun-Jul). views. 
Describes an aquatint by Josh. Cart- 
wright, 1804 (engraved by W. Barnard), 
showing the Cambrian of Boston; and two 
watercolors showing privateers in the 
War of 1812. [300 

Wolfgang Born. With fresh eyes 
(American primitive landscape painting) 
[1820-80]. Am. collector, 17 (no. 4): 
12-14 (May), views. [301 

Valentine Museum, Richmond, Va. 
William James Hubard, 1807-1862: a 
concurrent survey and exhibition. Rich- 
mond: Valentine Museum [and] the Vir- 
ginia Museum of Fine Arts [1948]. 35 p. 
ports. Biographical sketch, by Helen 
Gardner McCormack; bibliography; and 
catalogue of an exhibition of Hubard's 
manuscripts and portraits, 1822-62. 

[302 

Emma Forbes Waite. Heyday of the 
lithographic portrait (1825-45). Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 11): 12-14, 21 (Dec), 
ports. [303 

Albert Ten Eyck Gardner. A century 
of women. Met. Mus. Art bul., 7: 110- 
118 (Dec), ports., views. On women 
artists in America, 1828-93. [304 

Horses, horses, horses! Month at Good- 
speed's, 20: 18-20 (Oct.) view. De- 
scribes copper engravings of race horses 
by Alexander L. Dick, Robert Hinschel- 
wood, and others, several after paintings 
of Edward Troye, in the 1830s and 1840s. 

[305 

Ruth Webb Lee. American historical 
glass cup plates. Arn. collector, 17 (no. 9): 
6-7, 27 (Oct), views. On cup plates 
representing events in American history, 
1832-47. [306 

Alexander Crosby Brown. Steamship 
disasters in nineteenth-century American 
lithographs [1837-95]. Antiques, 53: 208- 
210 (Mar), views. [307 



Beaumont Newhall. The daguerreo- 
type [1839-61]. Antiques, 53: 278-280 
(Apr), ports., views. [308 

Beaumont Newhall. Portraits for the 
million. Mag. of art, 41: 104-108 (Mar), 
facsim., ports., views. On daguerreo- 
types, ambrotypes, tintypes, and card 
photographs in the United States, ca. 
1839-1872. [309 

Anne Wood Murray. Van Buren versus 
Harrison: the campaign of 1840. Am,, 
collector, 17 (no. 9): 11-13, 24-25 (Oct), 
views. On representations of the election 
in stoneware, glass, cloth, and other 
materials. [310 

Paintings for Audubon's Quadrupeds. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 84-85 (Jan), 
views. Describes two oil paintings done 
by John Woodhouse Audubon for his 
father's Viviparous quadrupeds of North 
America, 1842-45. [311 

Charles Horn. The Godey prints. 
Horn's, 1 (no. 5): 7-9 (Jan), views. On 
prints in Godey' s magazine, ca. 1846-ca. 
1860. [312 

Old prints of famous trotters. Old Print 
Shop portfolio, 8: 8-11 (Aug-Sep). views. 
Describes lithographs of American race 
horses, 1848-80. [313 

Frank Weitenkampf. Cigar-store In- 
dians. Mag. of art, 41: 312-313 (Dec), 
views. On wooden statues in front of 
cigar stores, 1850 ff. [314 

Howard Bendix. Old stereoscopic views 
[ca. 1854-ca. 1900]. Hobbies, 53 (no. 8): 
24 (Oct). [315 

A. Jay Hertz. Campaign covers of the 
nineteenth century. Am. philatelist, 61: 
948-953 (Sep), facsims. On postal enve- 
lopes embellished with political advertis- 
ing, ca. 1857-1868. [316 

The battle art of Currier & Ives. Old 
Print Shop portfolio, 7: 195-216 (May), 
views. Describes "a very large repre- 
sentation of the firm's war series," 1861- 
65, and reproduces 37 lithographs. [317 

A. Jay Hertz. Photographs on early 
United States covers. Am. philatelist, 
61: 302-304 (Jan), facsims. Describes 



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two letter covers bearing photographic 
advertisements, 1861 and 1872. [318 

Historical portraits. Lincoln herald, 50 
(no. 3): 37-39 (Oct), facsim. Describes 
Historical portraits, compiled by Frederick 
Hill Meserve, 1913 S., consisting of 28 
volumes containing nearly 8,000 photo- 
graphic portraits of men and women of 
the Civil War period. [319 

Raymond Evans. The McGufifey read- 
ers. Mag. of art, 41: 274-275 (Nov), 
facsims. On the illustrators of the Mc- 
Gufifey readers, 1863-79. [320 

Arthur Woodward. Indian sketches in 
the Archives of Canada. Masterkey, 22: 
161-162 (Sep). Lists 40 watercolor 
sketches by Albert Jacob Miller, accom- 
panied by his Notes to the water color draw- 
ings of Indian life (Baltimore, 1 867) . [321 

"Horse lithos" are reminders of the Com- 
pany's early days. Socony-Vacuum news, 
[14] (no. [1]): 12-15 (Feb), facsims. On 
posters and advertising cards distributed 
by the Vacuum Oil Co., 1872-84, show- 
ing pictures of race horses, to advertise 
Vacuum Harness Oil and Vacuum Har- 
ness Oil Blacking. [322 

Isabel Stevenson Monro & Eate M. 
Monro. Index to reproductions of 
American paintings: a guide to pictures 
occurring in more than eight hundred 
books. N. Y.: H. W. Wilson Co., 1948. 



731 p. Index to works pubUshed between 
1879 and 1945. [323 

A. F. Page. Three nineteenth century 
American water colorists. Detroit Inst. 
Arts, BuL, 27: 91-93 (no. 3). views, 
notes. Describes work of Felix Octavius 
Carr Darley, Edward Lamson Henry, 
and John La Farge, undated (ca. 1880?). 

[324 

H. Bruce Spencer. "Bicycle" plaving 
cards. Hobbies, 53 (no. 9): 165 (Nov), 
view. On the manufacture of cards show- 
ing bicycles and automobiles, 1885-1948. 

[325 

Walker Evans. "Main Street looking 
north from Courthouse Square": a port- 
folio of American picture postcards from 
the trolley-car period [ca. 1890-1910]. 
Fortune, 37 (no. 5): 102-106 (May). 
col. facsims. [326 

J. P. McEvoy. From me to you. Sat. 
rev. lit., 31 (no. 47): 7-8, 38 (Nov 20). 
port. On the greeting-card industry, ca. 
1900-1948. [327 

William H. Richardson. An album of 
old greeting cards [1900-1908]. Hobbies, 
53 (no. 8): 151 (Oct). [328 

Clara Lee Tanner & Anne Forbes. 

Indian Arts Fund collection of paintings. 
Palacio, 55: 363-380 (Dec). views, 
notes. On work done under the Indian 
Arts Fund, 1923-48. [329 



Other Lists and Descriptions 



Carl William Drepperd. Additional 
names for insertion in "American clocks 
& clockmakers." Timepieces guar., 1: 
39-43 (Nov). [330 

Willis I. Milham & Brooks Palmer. 
The enumeration and classification of 
American antique clocks. Natl. Assoc. 
Watch and Clock Collectors, BuL, 
3: 55-58 (Mar). "The attempt is 
here made to enumerate and classify 
the various forms of American antique 
clocks from the beginning down to 1900." 
Proposes a scheme of classification and 
description. [331 



Carl William Drepperd & Lurelle Van 
Arsdale Guild. New geography of 
American antiques. Garden City, N. Y.: 
Doubleday, 1948. [8], 254 p. views. 
Consists of chapters on each colony or 
State from Maine to Georgia and Ohio, 
and on lighting, mirrors, glass, pottery 
and porcelain, pewter and silver, floor 
coverings, coverlets, textiles, and clocks, 
1607-ca. 1861. [332 

Mary Earle Gould. Early washing 
implements and methods. Am. collector, 
17 (no. 1): 18-20 (Feb), views. On 
home laundry work in the colonies, ca. 
1607-ca. 1825. [333 



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Harold Donaldson Eberlein. The prac- 
tical book of American antiques. Re- 
vised and with a new supplement by 
Harold Donaldson Eberlein and Abbot 
McCIure. . . . With 257 illustrations, the 
drawings by Abbot McClure. Garden 
City, N. Y.: Halcyon House [1948. 4], 
iv, 390p. views, bibliog. (p. 9). Copy- 
right 1916 as The practical hook of early 
American arts and crafts. Chapters on 
glass (by Lenore Wheeler Williams), 
decorative metalwork, decorative needle- 
craft, silver, pewter, pottery, "decorative 
painting on household gear," weaving, 
"fractur," handblock printing, wood and 
stone carving, lace (by Mabel Foster 
Bainbridge), and floor coverings, 1608- 
1861. [334 

George Skinner McKearin «& Helen 
McKearin. American glass . . . 2,000 
photographs, 1,000 drawings by James L. 
McCreery. N. Y.: Crown Publishers 
[1948]. xvi, [2], 634 p. views, bibliog. 
(p. 615-617). History of the glass in- 
dustry and description of types of glass- 
ware, 1608-1900. First published 1941. 

[335 

Wallace Nutting. Furniture treasury 
(mostly of American origin): all periods 
of American furniture with some foreign 
examples in America, also American 
hardware and household utensils. . . . 
Five thousand illustrations, with de- 
scriptions on the same page. . . . Volume 

1 [-II]. N. Y.: Macmillan, 1948 ["1928]. 

2 v. (unpaged). Figures 1-5,000, dated 
ca. 1620-ca. 1825, with brief descriptions. 

[336 

Edward Stratton Holloway. The prac- 
tical book of American furniture and 
decoration, colonial and federal. With 
200 illustrations. A new edition, re- 
vised. Garden City, N. Y.: Halcyon 
House [1948. 2]. 191 p. views. First 
published in 1928 under title: American 
furniture and decoration, colonial and 
federal. Describes articles originating 
ca. 1630-ca. 1825. [337 



entitled: Early American kitchen utensils 
of iron and tin. [338 

The American Wing of the Metropolitan 
Museum. Connoisseur, 121 (no. 508): 
108-13 (Jun). views. Describes a col- 
lection of American furniture, 1640-1800. 

[339 

Elizabeth Wells Robertson. American 
quilts [1640-1899]. N. Y.: Studio Pub- 
lications [1948]. 152 p. bibliog. (p. 151- 
152). [340 

Josephine Halvorsen Peirce. Box 

stoves and parlor cook stoves [1647-ca. 
1850]. Antiques, 54: 348-349 (Nov), 
views. [341 

Virginia D. Parslow. Early American 
fabrics and colors. A^. Y. hist., 29: 
203-213 (Apr). On American hand 
spinning, weaving, and dyeing, ca. 1650- 
ca. 1850, particularly in New York. [342 

John Marshall Phillips. Masterpieces 
in American silver. Antiques, 54: 412- 
416 (Dec), views. To be cont. De- 
scribes (with its continuations) 100 pieces 
of American silver, ca. 1650 ff. [343 

Ann Kees. Hand binding in America 
[1651-ca. 1940]. Antiques, 53: 218-219 
(Mar), views. [344 

Ployd B. Newell. Coins of the American 
colonies [1652-1788]. Mus. service, 21: 
41 (Apr). [346 

Helen Comstock. The day bed and its 
use in early America [ca. 1690-1791]. 
Am. collector, 17 (no. 7): 12-15 (Aug), 
views. [346 

John Marshall Phillips. American 
eighteenth century silver [ca. 1700-ca. 1800]. 
Gallery notes, 12 (no. 2): 7-16 (winter), 
views. [347 

Helen Comstock. The evolution of 
early American silver sugar bowls [ca. 
1725-ca. 1790]. Am. collector, 17 (no. 2): 
12-15 (Mar), views. [348 



Mary Earle Gould. Early American Old fire-fighting equipment. Hobbies, 53 

utensils of iron [1638-1790]. Am. col- (no. 7): 145, 160 (Sep), view. On equip- 

lector, 17 (no. 7): 16-19; (no. 8): 14-18 ment, ca. 1732-ca. 1871, in the coUection 

(Aug-Scp). views. Second installment of Harold V. Smith, New York. [349 



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Malcolm Watkins. Antique spectacles. 
Antiques, 54: 429-431 (Dec). ports., 
views. On styles of glasses worn in 
America, 1735-1880. [350 

Josephine Halvorsen Peirce. Frank- 
lin-type stoves [1742-1816]. Antiques, 
53: 351-353 (May), views. [351 

Donald Baird. Early American hunting 
rifles [ca. 1750 S.]. Carnegie mag., 21: 
163-165 (Jan), views. [352 

Barbara Harrison. The background of 
Shaker furniture [1758-1948]. N. Y. 
hist., 29: 318-326 (Jul). [353 

Helen Comstock. Venetian blinds in 
the eighteenth century. Antiques, 53: 
130-131 (Feb). views. On Venetian 
blinds in America, 1767-98. [354 

Richard J. Koke. American quilts: an 
exhibition. N.-Y. Hist. Soc. guar., 32: 
114-117 (Apr), view. Describes quilted 
bedspreads from ca. 1770 "to modern 
times." [355 

Elizabeth Matting. Of American quilts 
and quilters. Am. collector, 17 (no. 2): 
6-8, 23 (Mar). views. Describes an 
exhibition of quilts at the New- York 
Historical Society, ca. 1770-1876. [356 

Chester Pendleton. The liberty cap: 
outmoded — or neglected [1771-1847]. 
Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 7): 12-14 (Jul), 
views. [357 

[Daniel Stevens.] Pictorial military 
history. Natl, button bul., 7: 49-52 (Jan), 
views. On mihtary buttons, 1775-1821. 

[358 

Luella P. Chase. Treasures of our 
museum: an original Stars and Stripes 
of the Navy. D. A. R. mag., 82: 114 
(Feb), view. Describes a flag made at 
some time between 1777 and 1795. [359 

Florence Peto. Hand-made white ele- 
gance. Antiques, 53: 214-216 (Mar). 
On a type of quilts, ca. 1780-ca. 1831. 

[360 

R. D. McCarron. Notes on American 
swords [ca. 1783-ca. 1820]. Soc. Am. 
SwoRD Collectors, Bul, 2 (no. 3): 3-5 
(Jun). view. [361 



David Funston Johnson. Uniform but- 
tons: American armed forces, 1784-1948. 
Watkins Glen, N. Y.: Century House 
[1948]. 2 V. 221 p. (v. l)+unnumbered 
leaves (v. 2). views. Contents. — v. 1. 
Descriptions & values.— v. 2. Illustrations 
and index. [362 

Alphaeus H. Albert. Historical Wash- 
ington buttons. Am. antiques jour., 3 
(no. 2): 6-7, 13 (Feb). views. On 
buttons referring to George Washington, 
1789 fl^. [363 

Joseph Downs. The Benkard Room. 
Met. Mus. Art bul, 6: 137-141 (Jan), 
views. Describes furnishings assembled 
by Mrs. Harry Horton Benkard, present- 
ing "a harmonious pictui« of the early 
Federal period," 1790 ff'. [364 

Joseph Downs. The Metropolitan 
Museum adds an American room. Am. 
collector, 16 (no. 12): 14-16, 23 (Jan), 
views. Describes furniture, ca. 1790-ca. 
1815, exhibited in the Benkard Memorial 
Room. [365 

Jack De Vere Rittenhouse. American 
horse-drawn vehicles [ca. 1794-ca. 1910]: 
being a collection of two hundred and 
eighteen pictures showing one hundred 
and eighty-three American vehicles (and 
parts thereof), all reproduced from fashion 
plates of the builders or from little-known 
original photographs. Los Angeles, 1948. 
[4], 101 p. views. [366 

Mary Earle Gould. Smoothing, iron- 
ing, and pressing: early wood and iron 
implements [ca. 1800-ca. 1900]. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 6): 16-18 (Jul), view. 

[367 



Margaret E. White. 

of weavers [1806-74]. 
135 (Feb), facsims. 



The pattern books 

Antiques, 53: 134- 

[368 



Waterbury Companies, Inc., Museum. 
J^lst buttons, 6: 81-84 (Jan), views. 
Describes a permanent exhibit of buttons 
displayed by Waterbury Companies, Inc., 
makers of buttons at Waterbury, Conn., 
since 1812. [369 

Early American medals. Coin collector's 
jour., 15: 3-7, 34r-38 (Jan- Apr), facsims. 
On recipients of medals struck in 1813-15 



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for services in the War of 1812, with de- 
scriptions of the medals. [370 

Ralph Green. The iron hand press in 
America [1813-1930]. Rowayton, Conn., 
1948. [6], 29 p. views. On a type of 
printing press. [371 

Maud Pastor. Victorian calling card 
cases [ca. 1825-ca. 1900]. Am. antiques 
jour., 3 (no. 4): 2-22 (Apr), views. [372 

Helen Bennett. Rag dolls: loved by 
children — sought by collectors. Hobbies, 
53 (no. 9): 40 (Nov). On the manufac- 
ture of rag dolls in America, ca. 1830-1947. 

[373 

Alfred F. Ho'pkins. Foul anchors and 
acorns. See. Amer. Sword Collec- 
tors, Bui, 2 (no. 1): 6-8 (Feb), view. 
Describes three swords illustrating "the 
type of sword worn as regulation by 
officers of the United States Navy for at 
least twenty years before the adoption of 
the pattern approved in 1850." [374 

Stuart W. Havens. "Speaking of 
clocks": strip plate brass 8-day shelf 
clocks made by Birge & Mallory (1838) 
and Birge & Fuller (cir. 1844). Natl. 
Assoc. Watch and Clock Collectors, 
Bui, 3: 195-196 (Dec), views. [375 

John Anthony Muscalus. County scrip 
issued in the United States. Bridge- 
port, Pa., '=1948. 21 p. facsims. Check- 
list arranged alphabetically by States and 
thereunder by counties, 1839, 1859-70. 

[376 

Jane Boicourt. Campaign collectibles. 
Antiques, 54: 328-329 (Nov), facsims., 
views. On articles used in publicizing 
Presidential campaigns, 1840-96. [377 

Jerome Irving Smith. Saint Valentine 
in business. A7n. collector, 17 (no. 1): 
12-14, 23 (Feb), facsims. On valentine 
makers in America, ca. 1840-ca. 1860, 
and in England. [378 

Milton Zucker. Printing inks for post- 
age stamps [1840-1948]. Am. philatelist, 
61: 365-371 (Feb), facsims., views. Re- 
printed from Interchemcial review, summer 
1947. [379 



Van Dyk MacBride. Valentines used 
with stamps of the 1847 issue. Am. 
philatelist, 61: 353-364 (Feb), facsims. 

[380 

Anne Wood Murray. Zachary Taylor 
for President: the campaign of 1848. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 10): 15-17 (Nov), views. 
On representations of the election in 
stoneware, glass, cloth, and other mate- 
rials. [381 

[Jenny Lind (1820-87) in America, 1850- 
52.] Am. antiques, 3 (no. 3): 4-11 (Mar), 
facsims., ports., views. Contents. — Bio- 
graphical sketch of Jenny Lind [by] 
Leonidas Westervelt. — The Leonidas 
Westervelt Jenny Lind Collection. — The 
Jenny Lind enterprise [by] Madge Walk- 
er. — Jenny Lind buttons [by] Nellie 
Parker Van Buskirk. — Jenny Lind por- 
trayed on medals [by] Lillian Smith 
Albert. ' [382 

Herschel C. Logan. America's first 
cartridge revolver [1853-60]. Am. rifle- 
man, 96 (no. 6): 16-18 (Jun). diagr., 
views. [383 

Richard D. Kermey. The issues of 
Augustus B. Sage. Coin collector's jour., 
15: 99-105 (Sep-Oct). facsims. On 
"tokens, or medalets," issued in 1859. 

[384 

Herschel C. Logan. The S&W .32's. 
Am. rifleman, 96 (no. 10): 35-36, 42 
(Oct), diagr., view. On the .32-caUber 
"tie-up" revolvers made by Smith & 
Wesson, 1860-74. [385 

Clarence W. Brazer. U. S. engravers 
of bank notes and stamps: data on the 
development of the Bureau of Engraving 
& Printing in the U. S. Treasury Depart- 
ment. Collectors Club philatelist, 27 (no. 
2): 77-83, 88-89; (no. 3): 65-70. ports., 
views. To be cont. These installments: 
1861-1948. Second installment entitled 
"A historical catalog of U. S. stamp essays 
and proofs . . . The engraving compa- 
nies and their designs & engravers." (386 

Harold L. Peterson. Explosive bullets 
[1862-77]. Am. rifleman, 96 (no. 2): 30 
(Feb), views. [387 



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Norman E. Sharp. Frontier facts. Am. 
rifleman, 96 (no. 9): 21-24 (Sep), views. 
On the single-action Army Colt revolver, 
1868-1948. [388 

Lilbum A. Kingsbury. Our heritage — 
charm strings. Natl, button bul., 7: 334- 
337 (Sep), view. On strings of buttons, 
ca. 1870 ff., with lore concerning their 
collection and use. [389 

W. Porter Ware. Occupational and 
other barbershop shaving mugs [1870- 
1920]. Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 3): 
12-14 (Mar), views. [390 

N. R. Roberts. Long range rifles of 
yesterday. Am. rifleman, 96 (no. 3): 
18-21 (Mar). views. On makes of 
rifles manufactured in the United States, 
1874-82. [391 

John Ramsay. Frosted pattern glass 
[1876 ff.] Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 1): 
12-13 (Jan), views. [392 

Xatalia Maree Belting, ed. "Mid- Vic- 
torian." Antiques, 54: 169-171 (Sep), 
views. Quotations from American pub- 
lications, 1877-86, relating to house 
furnishings and interior decoration. [393 

Clarence W. Brazer, comp. A historical 
catalog of U. S. stamp essays & proofs: 
postal card essays and proofs. Essay 
proof jour. 5: 21-27 (Jan). Cont. and 
to be cont. facsims. This installment: 
essays and proofs of 1877. [394 

Dress and cloak buttons. Just buttons, 
7: 36-38 (Nov). facsims. Describes 



buttons advertised in Ridley's fashion 
magazine, spring 1886 and autumn 1887. 

[395 

Margaret Johnston. Braid, crochet, 
and dressmaker buttons [1890-1915]. 
Just buttons, 6: 172-174 (May), view. 

[396 

Sol Glass, comp. U. S. xx century 
essay, designs, models and proofs [1900- 
1946]. Essay proof jour., 5: 17-19, 89- 
92, 147-150, 219-22 (Jan-Oct). Cont. 
and to be cont. facsims. [397 

Q. N, Morros. Antarctica. Atn. philat- 
elist, 61: 304-309 (Jan). On stamps (of 
several governments) referring to Antarc- 
tica, 1901-47. [398 

J. E. Coleman, James J. Niehaus, & 
[Wmis I. Milham]. The Plato gadget 
clock with turning leaves [1902-45]. 
Natl. Assoc. Watch and Clock Col- 
lectors, Bul., 3: 186-189 (Dec), facsim., 
views. [399 

Carl A. Eendziora, Jr. Benny Good- 
man discography. Record changer, 7 (no. 
4): 9-10, 22-24; (no. 5): 19-21; (no. 6): 
19-21; (no. 7): 23-25; (no. 8): 16-18; 
(no. 9): 17-18; (no. 10): 17-18 (Apr- 
Oct) . port. Chronological list of record- 
ings, 1928-48. [400 

Harry Dwyer. Little ship collection 
moored at Annapolis. U. S. N. Inst, 
proc, 74: 1397-1399 (Nov), view. De- 
scribes the Henry H. Rogers collection 
of ship models, U. S. Naval Academy, 
accessioned in 1938. [401 



REPOSITORIES AND CUSTODIANS OF 
HISTORICAL MATERIALS 



Russell H. Anderson. The genealogical 
resources of Western Reserve Historical 
Society Library. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 
211-215 (Jun).' ^ [402 

Charles Evans. The Oklahoma Histori- 
cal Society, its needs and expansions. 
Chron. Okla., 26: 399-415 (winter). In- 
cludes (p. 406-415) summary of replies 
to a questionnaire addressed to other 



State historical societies, concerning their 
activities and policies. [403 

G[eorge] J. B. F[isher]. The Society's 
library. Cape May Co. mag. hist. & 
geneal., 3: 43-46 (Jun). Includes "Books 
of interest to students of Cape May 
County history," in the collections of the 
Cape May County Historical and Genea- 
logical Society. [404 



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Vema Qrimm. The American Legion 
National Headquarters Library, Archives, 
and Files. Special libraries, 39: 3-9 
(Jan). On the organization, services, 
and contents of the library, the archives 
(responsible for the "official documents" 
issued by the American Legion), and the 
central files, all at Indianapolis, pertain- 
ing mainly to the American Legion and 
to World Wars i and ii. [405 

Theodore L. Low. Who uses the 
archaeological material in American 
museums? Archaeol., 1: 52-54 (spring), 
views. [406 

Thomas M. Owen, Jr. How the 

National Archives can aid genealogists. 
Natl. Geneal. Soc. guar., 36: 37-41 (Jun). 

[407 

Irving P. Schiller. The archival pro- 
fession in eclipse. Am. archivist, 11: 
227-233 (Jul), notes. [408 

Loraine Waters. Local history is our 
business. Am. heritage, 2: 125-127 (Dec). 
Refers to the Southern Illinois University 
Museum. [409 

Keyes D. Metcalf. Spatial growth in 
the Harvard Library, 1638-1947. Harv. 
Lib. bul., 2: 98-115 (winter), notes. 

[410 

Walter Pach. The art museum in 
America. [N. Y.] Pantheon [1948]. x, 
[4], 300 p. ports., views. Includes a 
history of art museums in America, ca. 
1720 to date (p. 31-73), and "A list of 
museums of art in the United States" 
(p. 269-288). [411 

Associate Library in Milford. Conn. 
Hist. Soc, Bul., 13: 12-15 (Apr). In- 
cludes text of the agreement signed at 
Milford, Conn., Mar. 31, 1761, by sub- 
scribers establishing the Associate Library 
in Milford. [412 

E. Milby Burton. The Charleston 
Museum [1773-1948]. S. C. mag., 11 
(no. 10): 20-22 (Oct), views. [413 

Fulmer Mood. The Continental Con- 
gress and the plan for a Library of 
Congress in 1782-1783: an episode in 
American cultural history. Pa. mag. 
hist., 72: 3-24 (Jan), notes. [414 



Mrs. Hammond Dugan. The past is 
prelude: K. L. A.'s first forty years. Ky. 
Lib. Assoc, Bul., 12 (no. 2): 3-7 (Jun). 
notes. On Kentucky's libraries, 1792- 
1948. [415 

Carl L. Biemiller. Bank of knowledge. 
Holiday, 3 (no. 2): 42-51, 126 (Feb), 
views (part col.). Description of the 
Library of Congress, with occasional 
historical references, 1800-1948. [416 

Fred Shelley. Manuscripts in the Li- 
brary of Congress: 1800-1900. Am. 
archivist, 11: 3-19 (Jan), notes. [417 

Robert W. Lovett. The Hasty Pudding 
Club Library, 1808-1948. Harv. Lib. 
bul., 2: 393-401 (autumn), notes. On 
the library of a literary society at Har- 
vard. [418 

Brendan C. McNally. A unique library 
of American history. Hist, bul., 26: 
31-32, 41 (Jan), notes. On the Ameri- 
can Antiquarian Society, Worcester, 
Mass., 1812-1948. [419 

Luther H. Evans. The Library of 
Congress as the national library of 
science [1814-1948]. Scientific mo., 66: 
405-412 (May). [A-P.O 

Babette L Brown. The Ellwanger and 
Barry Library. Univ. Rochester Lib. bui., 
3: 41-49 (spring). Describes various 
works on horticulture, including volumfis 
by William Prince (1828), his son Williain 
Robert Prince (1846), the two in collal)- 
oration (1830, 1831), and others. [421 

Henry D. Brown. The first historical 
society in Detroit. Detroit Hist. Soc., 
Bul, 4 (no. 6): 5-8, 12 (Feb). On the 
Historical Society of Michigan, 1828-32. 

[422 

Le Roy E. Kimball. The old University 
building and the Society's years on 
Washington Square. N.-Y. Hist. Soc. 
guar., 32: 148-219 (Jul), ports., views. 
On the New York University building, 
1836-94, and the affairs of the New- York 
Historical Society while qtiartered in this 
building, 1841-57. [423 

Edward D. Seeber. The Brut^ Library 
in Vincennes. Ind. guar, bookman, 4: 
81-86 (Oct). On Simon Guillaume 



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Gabriel Brul^ de R6mur (1779-1839), 
Bishop of Viiicennes, and the Ubrary of 
about 5,000 vohunes (mainly theological) 
brought by him to Vincennes in 1838. 

[424 

Anna C. Holt. The Library of the 
Harvard Medical School, 1847 and 1947. 
Harv. Lib. huL, 2: 32-43 (winter), notes. 

[425 

Donald M. Goodfellow. Centenary of 
a Pittsburgh Ubrary. Western Pa. hist, 
mag., 31: 21-25 (Mar-Jun). On the 
Young Men's Mercantile Library and 
Mechanics' Institute, 1848-77. [426 

Wisconsin. State Historical Society. 
A century of service: addresses delivered 
in commemoration of the one hundredth 
anniversary of the founding of the Society. 
Madison: State Historical Society of 
Wisconsin, 1948. xiv, [2], 76 p. ports., 
views. On the work and the purposes of 
the Society, 1848-1948. [427 

Allen J. Going. Historical societies in 
Alabama. Ala. rev., 1: 39-49 (Jan), 
notes. Chronological sketch, 1850-1947. 

[428 

William Corkran and the burning of the 
Chicago Historical Society. Chicago hist., 
1: 336-340 (spring). Includes a letter 
from Corkran, formerly Librarian of the 
Chicago Historical Society, Nov. 7, 1871. 

[429 

Q. V. Stewart. The Admirable Servant, 
occasionally obsequious: seventy-five 
years of the U.S. Naval Institute. 
U.S.N. Inst, proc, 74: 1199-1210 (Oct), 
views. History and accomplishments of 
the Institute, 1873-1948, and its relation 
to the Navy Department. [430 

The usefulness of antiques shows [1876- 
1948]. Ayn. collector, 17 (no. 9): 17-21 
(Oct), views. [431 

Solomon Robert Kagan. Fielding 
H[udson] Garrison: a biography [1870- 
1935]. Boston: Medico-Historical Press, 
1948. 104 p. ports. bibliogs. On 
Garrison as a medical librarian in Wash- 
ington, D. C, and Baltimore, 1891-1935. 

[432 



Aline B. Louchheim. Worcester: fifty- 
adventurous years. .4/-/ news, 47 (no. 3): 
29-30, 55 (May). On the Worcester 
Museum, 1896-194S. [433 

Roswell S. Coles. The Staten Island 
Institute of Arts and Sciences, 1898-1948. 
Staten Is. Inst. Arts and Sciences, 
Proc, 11: 8-13 (Oct). [434 

Floyd Calvin Shoemaker. The State 
Historical Society of Missouri: a semi- 
centennial history [1898-1948]. Colum- 
bia: State Historical Society of Missouri, 
1948. 193 p. ports, bibhog. (p. 1 7 6- 
182). [435 

Walter H. Kaiser. Statistical trends of 
large public Ubraries, 1900-1946. Lib. 
guar., 18: 275-281 (Oct), fold, diagr. 

[436 

Frank Di Canio. William Sanders 
Johnston as I knew him, including a 
brief biographical sketch, 1871-1947. 
Law lib. jour., 41: 15-17 (Feb). On 
Johnson as librarian in the Chicago Law 
Institute, 1901-47. [437 

Robert W. Lovett. The Harvard Union 
Library, 1901 to 1948. Harv. Lib. bid., 
2: 230-237 (spring), notes. [438 

Vivien Q. Dube. The Douglas County 
Historical Society and Museum. Wis. 
mag. hist., 31: 441-451 (Jun). view. 
History and collections of an organization 
founded at Superior, Wis., 1902. [439 

Dorothy Cole Allison. The Sauk 
County Historical Society,. 1905-1948. 
Wis. mag. hist., 32: 156-167 (Dec). [440 

County historical society acquires new 
(old) home. A''. /. compass, 1 (no. 8): 
21 (Jan). On the Cumberland County 
Historical Society, 1905-48. [441 

Charlotte Reid Seybold. The Wau- 
kesha County Historical Society. Wis. 
mag. hist., 32: 49-57 (Sep), view. His- 
tory and collections, 1906-48. [442 

William Warner Bishop. The Library 
of Congress, 1907-15: fragments of auto- 
biography. Lib. quar., 18: 1-23 (Jan), 
notes. [443 



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Charles W. Smith. The early years of 
the PNLA. PNLA quar., 12: 130-135 
(Jul). On the Pacific Northwest Library 
Association, 1909-48. [444 

Watt P. Marchman. Hayes Memorial 
Library. State and local hist, news, 4: 
63-66 (May), view. On the history and 
holdings of a library founded at Fremont, 
Ohio, 1911. [445 

Carleton Sprague Smith. Otto Kin- 
keldey. Notes, 6: 27-37 (Dec), ports. 
On Kinkeldey (born 1878) as a music 
librarian in the New York Public Library 
and Cornell University, 1914-48. [446 

William Warner Bishop. Some recol- 
lections of William Lawrence Clements 
and the formation of his library [1915-ca. 
1927]. Lib. quar., 18: 185-91 (Jul). 

[447 

Walter A. Southern. Education for 
special librarianship [1919-47]. Special 
libraries, 39: 316-324 (Nov), notes. 

[448 

Robert Vosper. Books at UCLA: the 
University of California Library, Los 
Angeles [1919-48]. Pac. spectator, 2: 
113-122. [449 

James F. Bennett. Baker-Hunt Foun- 
dation — a Kentucky cultural center: 
century-old Covington home used by 
many groups. In Ky., 11 (no. 4): 16-17, 
46 (winter). views. On the Baker- 
Hunt Foundation and the Williams 
Natural History Museum, Covington, 
1922-47. [450 

Michigan. University. William L. 
Clements Library. About the Clements 
Library, 1923-48. Ann Arbor, 1948. 
24 p. (Its Bulletin 53.) Essays by 
Thomas W. Streeter, Lathrop C. Harper, 
Alexander G. Ruthven, Lawrence C. 
Wroth, and Thomas J. Wertenbaker. 

[451 

Lawrence Counselman Wroth. A 

tribute to the Clements Library [1923- 
48]. Ann Arbor: Clements Library, 
1948. 11 p. (Bulletin 54 of the Clem- 
ents Library.) [452 



Albert H. Sanford. The La Crosse 
County Historical Society, 1925-1947. 
Wis. mag. hist., 31: 285-290 (Mar). 

[453 

[James H. Rodabaugh.] American 
Swedish Historical Museum. State and 
local hist, news, 4: 47-50 (Mar), views. 
On the history and the holdings of the 
Museum at Philadelphia, 1926-48. [454 

James T. Laing. The folkways of 
regional sociological societies [1930-47]. 
Sociol. and social research, 32: 911-919 
(Jul-Aug). [455 

W. O. Carver. Southern Baptist His- 
torical Society [1937-48]. Quar. rev. 
{Bapt.), 8 (no. 2): 44-47; (no. 3): 20-21 
(2d & 3d quarters), port. [456 

Earl L. Trever. The organization and 
status of archival training in the United 
States [1939-48]. Am. archivist, 11: 
154-163 (Apr), notes. [457 

Henry P. Staats. Historic Charleston 
Foundation. Am. Inst. Architects, 
Jour., 9: 80-84 (Feb). Account of a 
movement "to preserve and use the 
architectural and historic treasures of the 
Charleston area," 1940-48. [458 

State clubs and societies. Natl, button 
bul.y 7: 215-247 (Jul). List of button 
collectors' organizations, arranged by 
States, with historical data, 1940-48. 

[459 

Rowena Wilson Tobias. ". . . And 

the buildings will grow more beauty- 
full." S. C. mag., 11 (no. 3): 16-17, 
20-21 (Mar), views. On the work of 
the Historic Charleston Foundation, ca. 
1940 ff. [460 

Francis X. Doherty. The New Eng- 
land Deposit Library: history and de- 
velopment [1941-48]. Lib. guar., 18: 
245-254 (Oct), notes. [461 

Thompson Products Museum houses 
veteran cars. Old timers news, 3 (no. 10): 
17-18 (Apr), ports., view. Describes a 
collection of early automobiles acquired 
by Frederick C. Crawford at Cleveland 
for the Thompson Products Co. and 



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stored in a museum opened to the public of foreign military equipment from other 

Aug, 13, 1943. [462 sources. [463 

Patton Museum. Armored Cavalry jour., Rodney C. Loehr. Preserving the his- 

57 (no. 4) : 8 (Jul-Aug) . view. Describes tory of the forest products industries, 

a collection of weapons and other articles South, lumberman, 177 (no. 2225): 271- 

used by the German Army against the 272, 274-276 (Dec 15). views. On the 

AUies, brought together by the Third program of the Forest Products History 

U. S. Army by direction of General Foundation, under the auspices of the 

Patton, 1945, and housed at Fort Knox, Minnesota Historical Society, 1946-48. 
Kentucky; now augmented by donations [464 



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Nationwide History 



Hanns Efifelberger. Amerikanische Kul- 
turgeschichte im Umriss. Berlin: Safari- 
Verlag [1948, <=1947]. 108, [1] p. bibliog. 
(p. 101-102), notes (p. 103-105). On 
civilization in the United States from the 
end of the Ice Age, "etwa vor 20 000-25 
000 Jahren." [465 

Oliver Perry Chitwood. A history of 
colonial America. Second edition. N.Y.: 
Harper [1948]. xix, 8 74 p. facsims., 
maps, ports., views, bibliog. (p. 758- 
851), notes. (Harper's historical series.) 
First published 1931. Mainly a history 
of the Thirteen Colonies and the States 
derived from them, 1000-1788. [466 

Robert Edgar Riegel & Helen Haugh. 

United States of America: a history. 
N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons [1948. 4], viii, 
852 p. cartoons, maps, ports., views 
(part col.). bibUogs. First published 
1947. A textbook, ca. 1000-1947. [467 

Roy V. Coleman. The first frontier. 
N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons, 1948. xiii, 
[3], 458 p. facsims., maps, ports., view^s. 
bibhog. and notes (p. 409-440). History 
of the future United States, 1492-1664. 

[468 

John Joseph Meng, John Perry 
Pritchett, Thomas F, O'Connor, An- 
thony L. Ostheimer, & Thomas J. 
Smith. Christianity and America . . . 
Technical editor, E[mro] J[oseph] Gergely. 
N. Y.: W. H. Sadlier [1948]. viii, 712 p. 
cartoons, maps, ports., views, bibliogs. 
(The Catholic social studies series, book 
3.) A textbook of American history, 
1492-1947, designed particularly to "re- 
veal the positive part that the [Catholic] 
Church has exerted in American society." 

[469 

Leon Lemonnier. La formation des 
fitats-Unis, 1493-1765. [Paris] GaUimard 
[1948]. 4 06 p. map. bibliog. (p. 400). 
(La Suite des temps, 21.) [470 



Harold Underwood Faulkner. Ameri- 
can political and social history [1521- 
1948]. . . . Fifth edition. N. Y.: Apple- 
ton-Century-Crofts [1948]. xxii, [2], 
954 p. diagrs., facsims., maps (part col.), 
ports., views. "General bibliography" 
(p. 851-918). First published 1937. 

[471 

Herbert George Nicholas. The Ameri- 
can Union: a short history of the U. S. A. 
[1585-1946]. London: Christophers 
[1948]. xi, 315 p. maps, ports., views. 

[472 

Duncan Aikman. The turning stream. 
Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. 
[8], 440 p. Includes a historical review 
of civihzation in the United States, 
1607-1948, as a background of present 
problems. [473 

Stuart Gerry Brown, ed. Great issues: 
the making of current American pohcy. 
[Syracuse] Svracuse Univ. [1948]. 4 pts. 
in 1 V. [4],' 138; [4], 126; [4], 124; [4], 
168 p. diagrs. Pt. 1, by Nelson Manfred 
Blake and Sidney C. Sufrin, deals par- 
ticularly with the pohtical and economic 
development of the United States, 1607- 
1948, as an expression of preconceptions 
not shared by all peoples. [474 

Dwight Lowell Dumond, Edward 
Everett Dale, & Edgar Bruce Wesley. 
History of United States [1607-1947]. 
Boston: D. C. Heath [1948]. xvi, 847 p. 
cartoons, maps, ports., views, bibliogs. 

[475 

Bernard Hubertus Maria Vlekke. 
Amerika en wij. Roermond: J. J. Roman, 
1948. 344 p. maps (part fold.), port., 
views, notes. Account of civilization 
in the contemporary United States, with 
considerable reference to its history, 
1607 flf. [476 



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Elisabeth Henri-Hayem. Les honimes 
libres sur la terre libre (fresques am^ri- 
caines). Annemasse: Editions "L'Eflfort 
humain" [1948]. 165, [2] p. Remarks 
on several elements of civilization in the 
United States, ca. 1619-ca. 1900. [477 

Max Savelle. Seeds of libertj-: the 
genesis of the American mind. N. Y.: 
A. A. Knofp, 1948. xix, 587, xxxi p. 
maps, music, ports., views, bibliogs. 
Study of all phases of civilization in the 
Thirteen Colonies, 1740-60. [478 

Merrill Monroe Jensen. The Articles 
of Confederation: an interpretation of 
the social-constitutional history of the 
American Revolution, 1774-1781. [Madi- 
son] Univ. of Wisconsin Press, 1948 
[<=1940]. XV, [3], 284 p. notes. [479 

Fl. Martensen-Larsen. Brise fra vest: 
skitser fra U. S. A. K0benhavn: I kom- 
mission hos Thaning & Appel, 1948. 70 p. 
On civilization in the United States, with 
historical references, ca. 1775 ff. [480 

John Chester Miller. Triumph of 
freedom, 1775-1783. Boston: Little, 
Brown, 1948. [2], xviii, 718 p. maps, 
bibliog. (p. 689-705). [481 

Daniel Joseph Boorstin. The lost 
world of Thomas Jefiferson. N. Y.: 
H. Holt [1948]. xi, 306 p. notes (p. 249- 
294). On "the Jeflfersonian circle" and 
"the dominant spirit of the Jeffersonian 
view of the world," ca. 1776-ca. 1826. 

[482 

Harold Joseph Laski. The American 
democracy: a commentary and an inter- 
pretation. N. Y.: Viking Press, 1948. 
X, 785 p. notes. An interpretation of 
contemporary civilization in the United 
States, particularly in its political and 
social aspects, with historical references, 
ca. 1776 ff. [483 

Wyndham Lewis. America and cosmic 
man. London: Nicholson & Watson 
[1948]. 231 p. On civiHzation, particu- 
larly government, in the United States, 
with historical references, ca. 1789-1948. 

[484 

Lyon Q. Tyler. Highways and mile- 
stones through seven decades of United 



States history: 1775-1845. Tyler's guar. 
hist, and geneal. mag., 29: 159-165, 231- 
237; 30: 1-4, 75-79 (Jan-Oct). Articles 
reprinted from the Richmond news leader, 
1932. These installments: 1812-24. 

[485 

Fletcher Pratt. Ordeal by fire: an in- 
formal history of the Civil War. [Revised 
edition.] N. Y.: W. Sloane Associates 
[1948]. xvi, 426 p. maps. First pub- 
lished 1935. [486 

Oliver Perry Chitwood, Frank Law- 
rence Owsley, & Herman Clarence 
Nixorl. A short history of the American 
people. Volume ii (1866-1947). N. Y.: 
D. Van Nostrand Co., 1948. xxi, 811 p. 
"Bibliographical notes" (p. 721-756). 
Vol. 1 published 1945. "As in the pre- 
ceding volume we have constantly striven 
to present the history of the period as a 
narrative, in which social, economic, and 
political forces — all closely related and 
interdependent — move in the same direc- 
tion along a broad front." [487 

James Truslow Adams, ed. Album of 
American history. Volume iv. End of 
an era [1893-1917]. N. Y.: C. Scribner's 
Sons, 1948. xiii, 385 p. facsims., maps, 
ports., views. Vol. 1 published 1944. 
"With this fourth volume we complete the 
Album of American History as originally 
planned. That plan was to tell, primarily 
by means of pictures, the story of the 
United States from 1492 to 1917. . . . 
Every picture has been scrupulously 
authenticated and documented." [488 

Harvey Wish. Contemporary America: 
the national scene since 1900 [1900-1944]. 
N. Y.: Harper [1948]. xvi, 716 p. facsim., 
ports., views, bibliog. (p. 677-694). 
First published 1945. [489 

Frederic Logan Paxson. American de- 
mocracy and the World War. [Volume 
3.] Postwar years: normalcy, 1918- 
1923. Berkeley: Univ. of Cahfornia 
Press, 1948. [6], 401 p. Vol. 1 pub- 
lished 1936. [490 

Dixon Wecter. The age of the great 
depression, 1929-1941. N. Y.: Macmil- 



938918- 



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Ian Co., 1948. xii, 362 p. cartoons, 
ports., views. "Critical essay on au- 
thorities" (p. 317-342), notes (p. 343- 
413). (A history of American life, v. 13). 

[491 

John Thomas Flynn. The Roosevelt 
myth. N. Y.: Devin-Adair Co. [1948]. 
x,'438p. bibliog. (p. 426-429), notes. "A 
critical account of that episode in Ameri- 
can pohtics known as the New Deal," 
1932-45. [492 



George C. Hahn. Famous Americans 
series. Am. philatelist, 61: 379-382, 
602-609, 684-695, 966-970; 62: 182-190 
(Feb, May, Jun, Sep, Dec). Cont. and 
to be cont. Description of stamps com- 
memorating Jane Addams, Stephen Col- 
lins Foster, John Philip Sousa, Victor 
Herbert, Edward Alexander Mac Do well, 
Ethelbert Nevin, Gilbert Charles Stuart, 
James A. McNeill Whistler, and Augustus 
Saint-Gaudens, 1939-40, with biographi- 
cal sketches. [493 



POLITICAL, ECONOMIC, AND SOCIAL THEMES 



Anthony Marc Lewis. Jefferson's Sum- 
mary view as a chart of political union 
[1774]. Wm. and Mary guar., 5: 34-51 
(Jan), notes. [494 

Earl Leon Shoup. The national gov- 
ernment of the American people. Boston: 
Ginn [1948]. vi, 914, xxxiv, [1] p. diagrs. 
bibliogs., notes. Textbook dealing with 
the history and functions of the Federal 
Government, 1775-1948. [495 

Julian P. Boyd. Thomas Jefferson and 
the police state [1776-98]. A^. C. hist, 
rev., 25: 233-253 (Apr). [496 

Julian P. Boyd. Thomas Jefferson's 
"Empire of Liberty." Va. guar, rev., 24: 
538-554 (autumn). On Jefferson's views 
of Federal and State powers, 1776-1809. 

[497 

Richard Hofstadter. The American 
political tradition and the men who made 
it. N. Y.: A. A. Knopf, 1948. xi, [3], 
378, xviii p. "Bibliographical essay" 
(p. 349-378). "Studies in the ideology 
of American statesmanship," 1776-1945, 
consisting of essays on Jefferson, Jackson, 
Calhoun, Lincoln, Wendell Phillips, 
Bryan, Theodore Roosevelt, Wilson, 
Hoover, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. 

[498 

John Emerich Edward Dalberg- Acton, 
1st Baron Acton. Political causes of 
the American Revolution. John 

Emerich Edward Dalberg-Acton, 1st 
Baron Acton, Essays on freedom and 
power, ed. Gertrude Himmelfarb (Boston: 
Beacon Press, 1948), p. 196-250. First 



printed in May 1861. On the relation 
between Federal and State government, 
1787-1860. [499 

Clarence E. Carter. Colonialism in 
continental United States. South Atlan- 
tic guar., 47: 17-28 (Jan). On the 
"twenty-nine states in the present Union 
outside of the original thirteen" that 
"were at one time held in the status of 
colonies or — to employ the more familiar 
term— territories," 1787-1912. [500 

W. P. M[urphy]. Regional education: a 
new use of the interstate compact? Va. 
law rev., 34: 64-76 (Jan), notes. Reviews 
the laws pertaining to interstate com- 
pacts, 1787-1947. [501 

Merle Fainsod & Lincoln Gordon. 

Government and the American economy. 
. . . Revised edition. N. Y.: W. W. 
Norton [1948]. xvii, 935 p. 2 maps. 
"Selected readings" (p. 893-908), notes. 
First published 1941. "An examination 
and analysis of . . . the assumption by 
government of major responsibilities for 
the guidance and direction of the Ameri- 
can economy," 1789-1947. [502 

Theodore Saloutos. The agricultural 
problem and nineteenth-century indus- 
trialism. Agric. hist., 22: 156-174 (Jul), 
notes. [503 

Gerald M. Capers. A reconsideration 
of John C. Calhoun's transition from 
nationalism to nullification [1821-31]. 
Jour. South, hist., 14: 34-48 (Feb). 
notes. [504 



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Graham Hutton. The economic basis 
of American power [ca. 1830-1948]. 
1 9th cent., U3: 71-78 (Feb). [505 

Walter F. Dodd. State constitutional 
conventions and State legislative power 
[1833-1948]. Vanderbilt law rev., 2: 
27-34 (Dec), notes. [506 

David Chambers Meams. The Lincoln 
papers. Garden City, N. Y.: Double- 
day, 1948. 2 V. xvii, 681 p. (con- 
tinuous pagination). facsim., ports., 
views. Biography of Robert Todd 
Lincoln (1843-1926); history and de- 
scription of the Robert Todd 'Lincoln 
Collection in the Library of Congress, 
1865-1947; and selections from this col- 
lection, chiefly letters and memoranda 
to Abraham Lincoln, 1849-61, with 
scattered selections of earlier date. [507 

Joseph M. Qodman. Disqualification 
for bias of judicial and administrative 
officers [1849-1947]. N. Y. Univ. law 
guar, rev., 23: 109-141 (Jan), notes. 

[508 

A. J. Jaffe. Technological innovations 
and the changing socioeconomic struc- 
ture. Scientific mo., 67: 93-102 (Aug), 
diagrs. Analysis of statistics, 1870- 
1947. [509 

Louis Filler. The dilemma, so-called, 
of the American liberal [1886-1948]. 
Antiochrev.,S: 131-151 (summer). [510 

Robert M. Mangan. Judicial-adminis- 
trative relationships — old wine or a new 
brew? Georgetown law jour., 36: 589- 
601 (May), notes. Cites precedents, 
1910-47. [511 

William F. Ogburn & Jean L. Adams. 

Are our wars good times? Scientific mo., 
67: 23-33 (Jul), diagrs. Sociological 
analysis of statistics showing prosperity 
and depression, 1910-45. ^ [512 

John T. Winterich. Those were the 
days — or were they? Nation's bus., 36 
(no. 1): 51-52, 79-80 (Jan). On 1913 
compared with the present. [513 



Douglas Raymond Fuller. Govern- 
ment financing of private enterprise 
[1917-48]. Stanford: Stanford Univ. 
Press [<=1948]. viii, [2], 206 p. tables, 
notes. "Undertaken originally as a 
doctoral thesis . . . George Washington 
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Frederick Mayer. The illusions of 
normalcy [1921-29]. Social stud., 39: 
254-256 (Oct). [515 

Thurman Arnold. Must 1929 repeat 
itself? Harv. business rev., 26: 32-45 
(Jan). Economic analysis of the depres- 
sion and the postwar years, 1929-48. 

[516 

Harry Gvmnison Brown. Two dec- 
ades of decadence in economic theorizing. 
Am. jour. econ. and sociol., 7: 145-172 
(Jan), notes. On economic explana- 
tions of the depression, 1929-48. [517 

Charles Oscar Hardy. Liberalism in 
the modern state: the philosophy of 
Henry Simons. Jour. pol. econ., 56: 
305-314 (Aug). Critique of the doctrines 
of Henry C. Simons, as expressed in his 
publications, 1934-46, with main refer- 
ence to "the essentials of a successful 
free economic system" and "the theory 
and practice of taxation." [518 

Walter G. Bowerman. Some items of 
interest in the "Statistical Abstract of 
the United States— 1944-45." Social 
sci., 23: 44-50 (Jan). Comments on 
statistics of population and finance, 
1935-45. [519 

Austin L. Porterfield. A decade of 
serious crimes in the United States: some 
trends and hypotheses [1937-46]. Am. 
sociol. rev., 13: 44-54 (Feb), tables, 
notes. [520 

Kenneth D. Roose. The recession of 
1937-38. Jour. pol. econ., 56: 239-248 
(Jun). notes. [521 

Leo Barnes. How sound were private 
postwar forecasts [1945-47]? Jour pol. 
econ., 56: 161-165 (Apr), notes. [522 



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Politics and Public Ad?ninistration 



George Frederick Miller. Absentee 
voters and suffrage laws [1652-1948]. 
Wash.: Daylion Co., 1948. 224 p. bib- 
liog. (p. 215-218), notes. [523 

Julius F. Prufer. Development of polit- 
ical parties in the United States, 1679- 
1948. Social stud., 39: 261-267 (Oct), 
notes. Includes "Chart showing the de- 
velopment of political parties in the 
United States, 1679-1948." [524 

Maurice Percy Ashley. Mr. President: 
an introduction to American history. 
London: J. Cape [1948]. 448 p. ports, 
bibliogs. Biographies, 1732-1924, of 
Washington, Jefferson, Jackson, Lincoln, 
Theodore Roosevelt, and Wilson; and 
"Epilogue: The United States and Great 
Britain." [525 

Klyde H. Young & Lamar Middleton. 
Heirs apparent: the vice presidents of the 
United States. N. Y.: Prentice-Hall 
[1948]. vi, 314p. bibliog. (p. 305-306). 
Biographies, 1735-1947. [526 

Herbert Sanford Allan. John Hancock, 
patriot in purple. N. Y.: Macmillan Co., 
1948. xvi, [2], 422 p. facsim., ports., 
views. bibhog. (p. 399-405). "Notes 
and citations" (p. 367-397). On Han- 
cock (1737-93) as Boston merchant and 
as leader in Massachusetts and national 
politics, 1754-93. [527 

Signed with pen and sword. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 19: 174-178 (Mar), facsims. 
Describes and in part reproduces a letter 
from Oliver Wolcott to an unnamed per- 
son, Philadelphia, Jun. 4, 1776, on na- 
tional affairs. [528 

Irving Brant. James Madison, nation- 
alist [1780-87]. Am. mercury, 66 (no. 
293): 606-612 (May). [529 

Donald M. Goodfellow. "Your old 
friend, J. Q. Adams." New Eng. guar., 
21: 217-231 (Jun). notes. Quotes and 
paraphrases letters of John Quincy Adams 
to Benjamin Waterhouse, 1785-1837. 

[530 



Lyman H. Butterfield & Howard C. 
Bice, Jr. Jefferson's earliest note to 
Maria Cosway with some new facts and 
conjectures on his broken wrist. Wm. 
and Mary guar., 5: 26-33 (Jan), views, 
notes. Includes a letter from Jefferson, 
Oct. 5, 1786. [531 

Edward Samuel Corwin. The Presi- 
dent, office and powers, 1787-1948: his- 
tory and analysis of practice and opinion. 
[Third edition, revised.] N. Y.: New 
York Univ. Press [1948]. xvii, [3], 552 p. 
notes (p. 374-521). (New York Univ. 
Stokes Foundation. James Stokes lec- 
tureship on politics.) First published 
1940. [532 

G. Homer Durham. The Vice-Presi- 
dency [1787-1948]. Western pol. guar., 
1: 311-315 (Sep), notes. [533 

Edward Gossett. Electors and the Elec- 
toral College must go. D. A. R. mag., 
82: 665-670 (Sep). Reviews the history 
of the Electoral College, 1787-1948. 

[534 

James Morfit Mullen. The Electoral 
College and Presidential vacancies [1787- 
1947]. Md. law rev., 9: 28-54 (winter), 
notes. [535 

Clinton L. Rossiter. The reform of the 
vice-presidency [1787-1948]. Pol. sci. 
guar., 63: 383-403 (Sep), notes. [536 

Everett S. Brown. The tenure of Cabi- 
net officers [1789-1947]. Am. -pol. sci. 
rey., 42: 529-532 (Jun). notes. [537 

George Ehnebom. Election to the 
Presidency [1789-1933]. Social stud., 39: 
291-302 (Nov), notes. [538 

George Barnes Galloway. Limitation 
of debate in the United States Senate 
[1789-1948]. Wash., 1948. [2], ii leaves, 
30 p. (Library of Congress. Legislative 
Reference Service. Public affairs bulle- 
tin no. 64.) [539 

Harold Foote Gosnell. Democracy, the 
threshold of freedom. N. Y.: Ronald 
Press Co. [1948]. vii, 316 p. notes. 
On suffrage and representation, 1789- 
1948. [540 



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James Hart. The American presideiifv 
ill action, 1789: a study in constitutional 
history. N. Y.: Macmillan Co., 1948. 
XV, 256 p. notes. [541 

John Cuthbert Long. The liberal 
Presidents: a studj- of the liberal tradi- 
tion in the American Presidency [1789- 
1945]. N. Y.: T. Y. Crowell Co. [1948. 
12], 226 p. [542 

Philip Merrill Marsh. John Beckley: 
mystery man of the early Jeffersunians. 
Pa. mag. hist., 72: 54-69 (Jan), notes. 
On John James Beckley (1757-1807), 
first clerk of the House of Representatives 
(1789-97, 1801-07) and first Librarian of 
Congress (1802-07). [643 

Hirst Dillon Milhollen & Milton Kap- 
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Jefferson takes the helm. Month at 
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Frank Burt Freidel. Francis Lieber 
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James Edgar Gibson. Third party: 
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Maurice Glen Baxter. Orville H. 

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Kenneth Clinton Wheare. Abraham 
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Albert Somit. New papers: some side- 
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Charles Roll. Colonel Dick Thompson: 
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[574 



36 



i 



Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln: 
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Samuel Augustus Pleasants. Fer- 
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Fred Harvey Harrington. Fighting 
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Ray Gregg Osborne. Political career 
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Henry Luther Stoddard. Presidential 
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Peter R. Levin. Seven by chance: the 
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Benjamin Quarles. Frederick Douglass 
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Benjamin Quarles. Frederick Douglass 
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Robert Fuhring. The man who did not 
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Victoria Schuck. A hundred j-ears of 
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John Fischer. Unwritten rules of Amer- 
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[586 

Peter F. Drucker. A key to American 
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Elizabeth Lawson. Lincoln's third 
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Phillip G. Auchampaugh, The ante- 
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Phillip G. Auchampaugh. Political 
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John Hargreaves Harley Williams. 
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[591 

Daryl Pendergraft. Thomas Corwin 
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[592 

Hiram Rockwell Bennett. Financing 
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Lloyd A. Dunlap. President Lincoln 
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[594 

Milton H. Shutes. Republican nomi- 
nating convention of 1860: a California 
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Roy P. Easier. Lincoln in poHtics, 1948. 
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F. Lauriston Bullard. Anna Ella Car- 
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her petitions for compensation for having 
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[597 

Cabinet making in 1861. Chicago hist., 
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William Best Hesseltine. Lincoln and 
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William Best Hesseltine & Hazel C. 
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Lloyd Lewis. Lincoln's legacy to Grant 
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William Pitt Fessenden, dated The 
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James Duane Squires. Some enduring 
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Vincent G. Tegeder. Lincoln and the 
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Lloyd Lewis. Lincoln and Pinkerton. 
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William A. Russ, Jr. The struggle be- 
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Joseph L. Eisendrath, Jr. Suggestions 
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Otto Eisenschiml. An intriguing letter. 
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13-14 (Oct). On a letter from Edwards 
Pierrepont, New York lawyer (writing 
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Robert Fortenbaugh. What wu know 
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Henry Lee Moon. Balance of power: 
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Herbert Bergman. Whitman on poh- 
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Mark David Hirsch. William C. Whit- 
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A Lincoln juvenile. Lincoln herald, 50 
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Nathaniel Beverley Tucker. Address 
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Earl G. Curtis. John Milton Thayer. 
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Frederick Douglass. [Two letters, ed- 
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Everett Walters. Joseph Benson For- 
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Republican. Cohimbus: Ohio History 
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(p. 297-301), notes. (Ohio State Arch- 
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Loyd L. Beacham, Jr. Federal regula- 
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Gilbert Courtland Fite. Peter Nor- 
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Ambrose Kennedy. American orator, 
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[620 

James McGurrin. Bourke Cockran: a 
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liam Bourke Cockran (1854-1923) in New- 
York and national politics, 1871-1923. 

[621 

Sibyl Walker. No doll was Abigail. 
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Walter Evans Edge. A Jerseyman's 
journal: fifty years of American business 
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biography of a New Jersey advertising 
executive, newspaper publisher, U. S. 
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39 



Sadie Daniel St. Clair. The national 
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Microfilm abstracts, 8 (no. 1): 79-81. 
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William R. Boyd. George E. Roberts 
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Director of tlie U. S. Mint, 1898-1907, 
1910-14, and as a banker in Chicago, 
1907-10, and in New York, 1914-40. 

[625 

Emory H. English. Capable in pubhc 
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Jonathan P[rentiss] Dolliver [1858- 
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port. Contributions by William R. 
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Iowa and national politics, 1878-1910. 

[627 

William Howard Taft & George B. 
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liam H. Taft and George B. Edwards. 
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notes. Letters on legal and political 
matters, Sep. 25, 1878-Oct. 28, 1912. 

[628 

William Best Hesseltine. Robert Mar- 
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Fiorello Henry La Guardia. American 
in the making. Atlantic mo., 181 (no. 
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(Apr-Jun). Reminiscences of the au- 
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Fiorello Henry La Guardia. The mak- 
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early life in New York, Arizona, and 



Italy, 1882 ff., and his career in New 
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[631 

Firmin Roz. Roosevelt. Paris: Dunod 
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Per Vogt. Franklin D. Roosevelt. 
Oslo: J. G. Tanum, 1948. 428 p. fac- 
sims., ports., views, bibliog. (p. 426- 
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Sol Bloom. The autobiography of Sol 
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Mark David Hirsch. The New York 
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Earl D. Babst & Lewis George Vander 
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era: sketches of University of Michigan 
staff members and alumni who served the 
Cleveland administrations, 1885-89, 
1893-97. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan 
Press, 1948. xi, 372 p. ports. Con- 
tents. — Henry Carter Adams, by Marvin 
B. Rosenberry. — James Burrill Angell, 
by Wilfred B. Shaw. — Thomas Mclntyre 
Cooley, by Lewis G. Vander Velde. — 
Donald McDonald Dickinson, by Arthur 
Pound. — Lawrence Maxwell, by Henry 
M. Bates. — Julius Sterling Morton, by 
William D. McKenzie. — Alfred Noble, 
by Henry E. Riggs. — Thomas Witherell 
Palmer, by Henry E. Bodman. — William 
Emory Quinby, by Brewster P. Campbell 
and Edgar A. Guest, Jr. — John Mahelm 
Berry Sill, by Shirley W. Smith.— Henry 
Thomas Thurber, by Fred G. Dewey. — 
Edwin Fuller Uhl, by Earl D. Babst.— 
Edwin Willits, by Frederick Clever Bald, 

[636 

Kenneth Gulp Davis. Bias of adminis- 
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form judicial functions," 1887-1947. 

[637 



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Kenneth Gulp Davis. Nonreviewable 
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[638 

G. E. Hale. Hearings: the right to a 
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Anne Carolyn Hansen. The Congres- 
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Donald Marquand Dozer. Benjamin 
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Denison Bingham Hull. The legisla- 
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Dewey Wesley Grantham, Jr. Hoke 
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Bascom Nolly Timmons. Garner of 
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Thomas P. Jenkin. The American Fa- 
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Eugene Lyons. Our unknown ex-Presi- 
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Lee Meriwether. Jim Reed, "Senator- 
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Lloyd Edson Worner, Jr. The public 
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U. S. Library of Congress. Legislative 
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Karl Schriftgiesser. This was nor- 
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David Novick & George A. Sterner. 

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Howard Newcomb Morse. A study in 
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Robert C. Danaher & Jerome Powell. 

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Hugh B. Cox. The void order and the 
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Frank Chodorov. The myth of the post 
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Jessie Ryon Lucke, cd. Some corre- 
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Vishnu Vitthal Oak. The Negro news- 
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Physician-patient privilege — waiver in 
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[778 

Roland Van Zandt. Horace Greeley, 
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Mike Runey. Here comes the mail. 
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Leo P. Brophy. Horace Greeley, "So- 
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L. R. Lankes. Historical sketch of tele- 
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John McKnight Brown. The postage 
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Ralph P. Bieber. California gold mania 
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Walter Crawford Howey, ed. Fighting 
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Elliott Perry. A bit of postal and other 
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Elliott Perry. Answers to questions on 
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John B. Spore. Sherman and the press. 
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[789 

Harold C. Syrett. American business 
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Irving Billiard. Lucius W. Nieman: a 
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James Creese. Hanna Astrup Larsen 
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Matthew Huttner. The Police gazette. 
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Walter Deane Fuller. The life and 
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John Harvey Sorrells. A handbook of 
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Albon L. Holsey. Public relations in- 
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Frederick J. Ludwig. "Peace of mind" 
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Recent developments in the right of 
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J. H. McFarlane. George S. Porter. 

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Ever hear of the Bandar Log Press? 
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[801 

Edward Horace Weiner. The Damon 
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John William Tebbel. George Horace 
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49 



Samuel Thurston Williamson. Im- 
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Rudolf Callmann. False advertising as 
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Edward Brown Williams. Failure to 
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Harold F. Baker. The monopoly con- 
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O. A. Hilton. Freedom of the press in 
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H. H. Parker. The first U. S. air mail 
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Donald Friede. The glittering angel: his 
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Allen Churchill. Ross of the New 
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Dorothy (Godfrey) Wayman. Bite 
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John L. Berry & Warren M. Good- 
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Belle Zeller. The Federal Regulation 
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Richard C. Donnelly. The right of 
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Wallace Stegner. Pattern for dema- 
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James Edward Gerald. The press and 
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James H. Eimis. The indefeasible right 
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[Karl Brown, comp.\ The typographical 
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William C. Ackerman. U. S. radio: 
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Hadley Cantril. Opinion trends in 
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Robert Lasch. "PM" post-mortem. 
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Donald B. Robinson. The Colonel, the 
Captain and the Sister: You can't blame 
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Jane Carter. Man's place in the sun. 
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Gilbert H. Ahlgren & John C. Ander- 
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Donald Culross Peattie. Spruce, bal- 
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[839 



Donald Culross Peattie. White pine 
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Edward Norris Wentworth. America's 
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Robert E. Hardwicke, Carl Illig, & C. 
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Joseph T. Hazard. Our living forests: 
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Elton M. Hyder, Jr. United States v. 
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Bruce Listen Simpson. Development 
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James Boyd. Lumber — world's first in- 
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Garnett Laidlaw Eskew. Salt, the fifth 
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Donald Culross Peattie. Shagbark 
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Robert A. Nash, comp. A preliminary 
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Amin S. Zaher. The genetic history of 
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Hans Huth. Yosemite: the story of an 
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[852 

Rudolf Freund. John Adams and 
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George F. Carter. Sweet corn among 
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Thomas Campbell Clark. National 
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William E. Colby. Mining law in recent 
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Benjamin Franklin. Conseils de Frank- 
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Henry Bake Steer. Lumber production 
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T. R. Havins. Texas fever. Southw. 
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B. C. Brundage. The early American i 
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Joe B. Frantz. Gail Borden as a busi- 
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Jack Rohan. Yankee arms maker: the 
story of Sam Colt and his six-sliot peace- 



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Alfred Werner. American Jews on the 
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Arthur C. Lord. Cyrus W. Field [1819- 
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Ophia D. Smith. Langstroth, the "bee 
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Evelyn Hope (Puffer) EZnowlton. Pep- 
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Award to Liberty Hyde Bailey. Plants 
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New Jersey Zmc Company. The first 
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J. Frederic Dewhurst. Relation of 
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Martin Herbert Eisenhart. J. J. 
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Leslie Moses. The evolution of the oil, 
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James R. Learned. Mineral severance 
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[872 

Uncle Sam's camels [1855-ca. 1903]. 
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Clyde E. Beardslee. Dry milks: the 
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Henry Nash Smith. Soil of freedom: 
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[875 

Carl Andrew Zapflfe. A brief history of 
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Leonard M. Fanning. The rise of 

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John B. Woods. Taxes and tree grow- 
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Frederick Lewis Allen. The great 
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John Pierpont Morgan (1837-1913) as 
banker and collector, ca. 1865-1913. 

[879 



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Wallace Trevor Holliday. John D. 
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and man. N. Y. : Newcomen Society of 
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Gardner P. Walker, Jr. Cycles of beef 
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Paul Percy Harris. My road to Rotary: 
the story of a boy, a Vermont community, 
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XV, 318 p. ports., views. Reminiscences 
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American Institute of Mining and 
Metallurgical Engineers. Seventy-five 
years of progress in the mineral industry, 
1871-1946. . . . Edited by Arthur Bar- 
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Thirteen articles by various contributors 
(on mining geology, metal mining, ore 
dressing, smelting and leaching of ores, 
iron and steel, nonferrous metallurgy, 
bituminous coal mining, anthracite, pe- 
troleum, nonmetallics, statistics of min- 
eral production, and mineral industry 
education) ; history of the Institute since 
its founding in 1871; and proceedings of 
the 75th anniversary of the American 
Institute of ]\Iining and INIetallurgical 
Engineers and World Conference on 
Mineral Resources, Mar. 17-19, 1947. 

[883 

John Adam Zellers. The typewriter: 
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John Chamberlain. The businessman 
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Charles J. Brand. The National Fer- 
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33-46 (Jan), notes. On organizations 
in the fertilizer industry, 1876-1945. 

[886 

Lloyd Wendt & Herman Kogan. Bet 

a million? The story of John W. Gates. 
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357 p. ports., views, bibliog. (p. 333- 
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Edwin R. Embree & Julia Waxman. 

Julius Rosenwald [1862-1932]: philan- 
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Albert W. Bussewitz. The story of the 
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Warren Candler Scoville. Revolution in 
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Wick goes to the circus: woven coverings 
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Maurice H. Merrill. Unitization prob- 
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Robert E. Hardwicke. Antitrust laws 
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Francis W. Glaze. The optical glass 
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1946. [894 

Toni Robin «& Roger Angell. That 

lovable garment, the bathing suit. Holi- 
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54 



Percy Bugbee. Fire protection stand- 
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David Fairchild. Early experiences with 
the soybean. Soybean digest, 9: 14-15 
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John C. Jacobs. Unit operation of oil 
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Fred O'Flaherty. The leather industry 
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[Charles Josiah Galpin, born 1864, as a 
rural sociologist, 1901-35.] Rural socioL, 
13: 119-175 (Jun). Contents. — Galpin 
undertakes the study of rural life, by 
Henry C. Taylor. — Dr. Galpin at Wis- 
consin [1911-19], by J. H. Kolb.— Dr. 
Galpin at Washington [as Chief of the 
Bureau of Farm Management and Farm 
Economics, 1919-34], by Carl C. Tay- 
lor. — The human side of fanning, by Charles 
Josiah Galpin [address, 1920]. — My phi- 
losophy of rural life, by Charles Josiah 
Galpin [address, 1930].— Selected letters to 
Galpin: memorial album by fellow soci- 
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Sociological Society, December 1935. 

[900 

A. Ladru Jensen. The bill of rights of 
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Amanda Ulm. Remember the chestnut! 
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views. On the chestnut blight in the 
United States, 1904-48, the introduction 
of blight-resistant Chinese ai)d Japanese 
types, and their crossing with American 
types. [902 

Engineers of energy. Fortune, 38 (no. 5) : 
107-112, 192, 194, 196-200 (Nov), port, 
views (part col.). On the Morris W. 



Kellogg Co., builders of petroleum re- 
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In memory of a great leader: Lloyd Ray- 
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Glen T. Barton. Increased productivity 
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Harald C. Larsen. Relationship of land 
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[906 

Morris Llewellyn Cooke. The early 
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447 (Jun). notes. [907 

Robert W. Roose. Laboratory research 
advances standards of the warm air 
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Carol H. Woodward. The elms of 
America: what is to be their fate? N. Y. 
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The dairy industry: a remarkable pro- 
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48]. Inde.v, 28: 49-60 (autumn), notes. 

[910 

Simon A. Greenberg. Welding comes of 
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William T. Hogan. Productivity in the 
blast furnace and open hearth segments 
of the steel industry, 1920 to 1946. 
FoRDHAM Univ., Dissertations accepted for 
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55 



Orville Merton Kile. The Farm Bureau 
through three decades. Baltimore: 
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ports. On the American Farm Bureau 
Federation, 1920-48, with some account 
of predecessor organizations, ca. 1850 ff. 

[913 

A. Allen King. Pooling and unitiza- 
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Gordon D. Merrick. Trends in distri- 
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Edward M. Ruttenber. The American 
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cartoons. Excerpts from the author's 
columns in the Daily news record and 
Men's wear, Nov. 18, 1922-Nov. 20. 1947. 

[916 

Qlen E. Babcock & John C. Cowan. 

Usage of soybean and phenolic glues in 
the softwood plywood industry (1923- 
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views, notes. [917 

A. D. McKellar. Twenty years of ply- 
wood. Am. forests, 54: 29, 39, 41 (Jan). 
On the "phenomenal growth of the ply- 
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Frederick Q. Vosburgh. Easter egg 
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Zelina Comegys Brimschwig. Ameri- 
can screen-printed fabrics. Needle and 
Bobbin Club, BuL, 32: 30-41 (nos. 1 &2). 
views. On "the production of inexpen- 
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Ovid Butler. A foundation for the for- 
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Donald Culross Peattie. The elms go 
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The greatest "eye" in the world: pe- 
troleum's progress contributes to astron- 
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mar. Socony-Vacuum news, 14 (no. 5): 
8-13 (Dec), views. History of the 
mirror of the 200-inch telescope on Mount 
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mounted, 1932-47. [923 

John A. Simpson & Franklin D. Roose- 
velt. Some John A. Simpson-Franklin 

D. Roosevelt letters on the agricultural 
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Laurence C. Hart. Essentials of suc- 
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experiments of the Johns-Manville Cor- I 
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Theodore Saloutos. The American I 
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H. H. Finnell. The dust storms of 1948. 
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map, views. Review of dust storms, 
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E. N. Funkhouser. Can sealing com- 
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Deals particularly with synthetic rubber 
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Blakely M. Murphy. The administra-] 
five mechanism of the Interstate Com- 1 
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Roy J. Burroughs. Toward a farm 
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56 



(Feb), maps, notes. On the rural (Feb), views. On polystyrene plastic, 

housing policy of the U. S. Government, 1937-48. [931 

1937-47. [930 ^ ^ „• a, • 

James E. Collier. Aluminum resources 

James R. Turnbull. The arrival of of the United States [1941-45]. Econ. 



polystyrene. Scientific Am., 178: 63-65 geog., 24: 74-77 (Jan), maps. 



[932 



Transportation 



John Lyman. Tonnage — weight and 
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[933 

Balthasar Henry Meyer, ed. History of 
transportation in the United States before 
1860 [ca. 1750-1860]. Prepared under the 
direction of Balthasar Henry Meyer by 
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xi, 678 p. maps, bibliog. (p. 609-649), 
notes. (Contributions to American eco- 
nomic history [3].) First published 1917. 

[934 

John G. B. Hutchins. History and de- 
velopment of shipbuilding, 1776-1944. 
Frederick Gardiner Fa.ssett, ed.. The 
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• tects and Marine Engineers, 2 v., 1948), 
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Robert Royal Russel. Improvement of 
communication with the Pacific coast as 
an issue in American politics, 1783-1864. 
Cedar Rapids, la.: Torch Press, 1948. 
viii, 332 p. maps, notes. Deals mainly 
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' Carter Goodrich. National planning of 
internal improvements [1808-29J. Pol. sci. 
quar., 63: 16-44 (Jan), notes. [937 

[Charles Ford.] A document from the 
Aaron Burr papers. Conn. Hist. See, 
BuL, 13: 20 (Jul). Describes a ms. relat- 
ing to a theft of the cargo of >the brigan- 
tine JjOS dns amiqns during the War of 
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Alvin F. Harlow. Farnam built the Rock 
Island. Trains, 9 (no. 2): 42-51 (Dec). 
maps, views. On Henry Farnam (1803- 



83) and his career as a canal engineer in 
New York and New England, 1821-44, 
and as a railroad executive, 1844-63. 

[939 

Lawrence W. Sagle. The Tom Thumb: 

little known facts about first locomotive 
built in America slowly come to light. 
Railway and Locomotive Hist. Soc, 
Bid., 73: 46-53 (May), diagr., views. 
On a locomotive constructed by Peter 
Cooper, ea. 1829, for the Baltimore & 
Ohio Railroad. [940 

H. H. Gross. Steel across the rivers. 
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10-27 (Jan-Feb). cartoons, views. On 
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John J. Alves, Jr. The locomotive feed 
water heater. Railway and Locomotive 
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view. On a type of railway locomotive 
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Locomotive oddities. Railroad mag., 46 
(no. 3); 10-27 (Aug), views. On efforts 
to improve locomotive design, 1838-1926. 

[943 

Franklin W. Ball. Just e.\press it. Rail- 
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Bureau of Railway Economics, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Library. Railroads 100 
years old, 1945-1955: a list of names of 
railroads which were chartered and built 
in the United States . . . between the 
vears 1845 and 1855. . . . Compiled by 
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leaves. "Source material" (leaves 89-91). 

1945 



57 



Mentor Lee Williams. "A sliout of 
derision": a sidelight on the presidential 
campaign of 1848. Mich, hist., 32: 66-77 
(Mar), notes. On the attitude of Lewis 
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Stephen Bogart. The indispensable 
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Early cab-forward locomotive. Trains, 
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motive Ariel, designed in 1866. [948 

Alvin F. Harlow. Rails at chow. Rail- 
road mag., 47 (no. 1): 104-112 (Oct). On 
railway lunch counters, ca. 1870-ca. 1900. 

[949 

Revelle Wilson Brown. Daniel Willard, 
1861-1942: from woodburners to Diesels! 
N. Y.: Newcomen Society of England, 
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Willard as a railroad laborer, engineer, 
and executive of the Baltimore and Ohio 
Railroad, 1879-1941. [950 

Pole road locomotives of the early days. 
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locomotives running on poles instead of 
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Thomas Reuben Bell, Jr. Sectional 
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A. G. T. Moore. Traffic and transporta- 
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Howard C. Westwood & Ernest W. 
Jennes. Compulsory interchange of air- 
craft l)etween connecting air carriers. 
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"the ])ower to compel through service" of 
railways and air lines, 1887-1947. [954 

Bell is a memento of a pioneering tanker. 
Soc&ny-Vacuii7n news, 14 (no. 5): 7 (Dec), 
views. On the S. S. Standard, converted 
into the barge Socony, 1888-1936. 

[955 

Hannibal Coons. Bicycles built for all. 
Holiday, 4 (no. 1): 80-88, 135, 137-138 
(Jul), views. On the history of bicycles 



from the beginning to the present, with 
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W. F. Durand. Orville Wright. Mech. 
engineering, 70: 581-585 (Jul), port. 
On Wright (1871-1948) as an inventor of 
aeronautical equipment, 1900-1948. 

[957 

Gliddin tourists, 1908-1948. Hobbies, 53 
(no. 10): 27, 37 (Dec), view. Tour 
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the early 1900s, with costumes of the 
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Paul G. HoflPman. Highway safety — a 
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David P. Morgan. What is a good- 
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William H. Taylor. From putt-putt to 
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(Jan), views (1 col.). On the develop- 
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1902-48. [961 

G. M. Bicknell. Early engines and 
carburetors recalled. Old timers neivs, 3 
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Harland Bartholomew. Decentraliza- 
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Louis E. Black, Jr. Uniformity in air 
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Charles J. Lunderman, Jr. The family 
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58 



John O'Hara. The Stutz Bearcat [1914- 
23]: "the car that made good in a day." 
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George William Gray. Frontiers of 
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diagrs., views. On the National Advisory 
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[967 

Charles F. Kettering & Robert E. 
Wilson. How Ethyl gas was born. 
Old timers news, 3 (no. 10): 5-8, 22-23 
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Thor Hultgren. American transporta- 
tion in prosperity and depression [1920- 
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Fleming James, Jr. Accident liabihty 
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G. O. Virtue. The Federal Coordi- 
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Robert A. Mace. Ownership of airspace 
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David P. Morgan. Electro-Motive: 
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Roland W. Forth. Allocation of air 
transportation costs in determiijing domes- 
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John C. Cooper. State sovereignty vs. 
Federal sovereignty of navigable airspace 



[1926-47]. Jour, air law, 15: 27-38 
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Theron L. Rathje. The constitutional- 
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Alexander Crosby Brown. Exodus 
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tune, 8: 127-131 (Apr), views, notes. 
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Al Rung. He styles the streamliners. 
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On Raymond Locwy Associates, indus- 
trial designers, particularly of railroad 
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Gloria Rabon. The seatrain service of 
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William A. Spurr. The case for the 
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[979a 

Frederick Alfred Ekeblad. Govern- 
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Hugh Norman Emerson. Domestic 
petroleum transportation: an analysis of 
the competitive situation with especial 
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1947 [<=1948. 2], ii, 224-280 p. notes. 
Part of thesis- — Univ. of Pennsylvania. 

[981 

Alfred L. Wolf. Courts now deem air- 
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Robert S. Holmes. Traffic engineer- 
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De Forest Billyou. Railroad reorgan- 
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Howard C. Westwood. Choice of the 
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Frederick E. Hines. Legal difficulties 
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Daniel Marx, Jr. Current American 
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Wilkie Ciinnyngham. The limited- 
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Approval of purchase price in sale of air- 
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[989 

Louis E. Black, Jr. Realignment of the 
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Civil Aeronautics Board policy; an eval- 
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Robert F. Daily. Practical value of an 
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James A. Durham & Marc J. Feldstein. 
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Edward J. Hickey, Jr. Surface carrier 
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Henry Q. Hotchkiss. Aircraft manu- 
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[995 

James M. Landis. Air routes under the 
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D. W. Markham & Drury H. Blair. 

The effect of tariff provisions filed under 
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Oswald Ryan. The revocation of an 
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George W. Starr. The position of the 
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Regulation of the purchase price of air; 
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[1000 

Sidney M. Robbins & Thomas E. 
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Lawrence A. Marsden. Pipe line poli- Inch and the Little Big Inch War Emer- 
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Property, Money, and Taxes 



John EzelL The lottery in colonial 
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[1007 

Felix Julian Frazer & Elsa Peters 
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[1008 

H. H. Walker Lewis. Equality in prop- 
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Morris Weisman. Some chapters of 
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Aaron B. Holman. The United States- — 
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[1011 

Gordon J. E. Steiner. The disburse- 
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U. S. Office of Internal Revenue. The 
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{Law and contemp. problems, v. 13, no. 2.) 
Contents. — What is a patent? [by] 
Walton Hamilton and Irene Till. — 
Patents and competition in the auto- 
mobile industry [by] C. A. Welsh.— The 
relation of patents to the antitrust laws 
[by] George E. Folk. — Compulsory licens- 
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; ico.— The patent profession and the general 



lawyer [by] Albert S. Davis, Jr., and 
Harold T. Stowell. — Government policies 
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Wellington Roe. Juggernaut: American 
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Glenn Wasson Miller. American labor 
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John J. Reidy, Jr. Wards of the ad- 
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Sidney J. Watts. The right to strike 
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Williston H. Lofton. Abolition and 
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Donald B. Robinson. Spothght on a 
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Vern Countryman. The organized musi- 
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La Wanda F. Cox. The American agri- 
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Agric. hist., 22: 95-114 (Apr), notes. 

[1151 

Sumner Eliot Matison. The labor 
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Kenneth K. Kolker. The changing 
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[1153 

Robert David Leiter. The foreman in 

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Herbert Montfort Morals & William. 
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A symposium on Andrew Furuseth. 
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233 p. facsim., map, ports., views. On 
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John Dana Durand. The labor force in 
the United States, 1890-1960. N. Y.: 
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Labor law legislation [1890-1948. Dallas: 
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view, notes. {Southiv. laio jour., v. 2, 
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Robert G. Storey, W. Lewis Ferryman, 
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Wilham P. Barnes, O. L. Clark, Milton P. 
Garner, Lionel E. Gilly, E. P. Van Zandt, 
Jr., Richard H. Munsterman, William 
Kent Ratliff, Amylee Travis, Warren A. 
Roquet, John Fox Holt, James F. McCar- 
thy, and Virgil T. Lester, several dealing 
particularly with Texas and the South- 
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Stanley Lebergott. Earnings of nonfarm 
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Adolph Held. Health and welfare funds 
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trial and labor rel. rev., 1: 247-263 (Jan). 

[1160 

Eugene Victor Debs. Writings and 
speeches of Eugene V. Debs. Introduction 
by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. N. Y.: 
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Neil W. Chamberlain. Collective bar- 
gaining and the concept of contract [1898- 



1948]. Columbia law rev., 48: 829-847 
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Eli Ginzberg. American labor leaders: 
time in office [1900-1940]. Industrial and 
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Donald B. Bobinson. The case of the 
Danbury Hatters. Labor and nation, 4 
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Samuel B. Horovitz. Current trends in 
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Henry J. Browne. Peter E. Dietz [1878- 
1947], pioneer planner of Catholic social 
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Aaron I. Abell. Labor legislation in the 
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and growth of the newer trends. Rev. 
politics, 10: 35-60 (Jan), notes. [1167 

Amalgamated Clothing Workers of 
America. Sidney Hillman: labor states- 
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1948. 99 p. facsims., ports., views. On 
Hillman (1887-1946) and the Amalga- 
mated Clothing Workers of America, 
1910-46. [1168 

Ralph Hosea Chaplin. Wobbly: the 
rough-and-tumble story of an American 
radical. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press 
[1948]. vi, 435, [2] p. ports. On the 
author's boyhood in Chicago (where he 
was born in 1887) and his career as a 
Socialist and a labor organizer, 1911-43. 

[1169 

Samuel B. Horovitz. The meaning of 
"disability" under workmen's compensa- 
tion acts [1911-47]. NACCA law jour., 
1: 32-45 (May). [1170 

John J. Goldberg. Jurisdiction and 
venue in aviation accident cases including 
workmen's compensation claims [1916- 
47]. Calif, law rev., 36: 41-60 (Mar). 
notes. [1171 



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Herbert B. Northrup. Collective bar- 
gaining by professional societies. Social 
work jour., 29: 163-169, 177 (Oct), notes. 
On collective bargaining in the nursing 
and teaching professions, ca. 1916-1946. 

[1172 

E. O. Shreve. Objective: industrial 
peace. Industrial and labor rel. rev., 1: 
431-442 (Apr). On legislation affecting 
employer-employee relationships and the 
settlement of labor disputes, 1917-47. 

[1173 

[Philip M. Hammett.] The power of 
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549 (Mar), notes. [1174 

Stephen S. Bean. Choice of remedies 
by injured maritime workers [1920-48]. 
NACCA law jour., 1: 74-80 (May). 

[1175 

Charles E. Lindbloom. The income 
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econ. jour., 14: 420-432 (Apr), notes. 

[1176 

Ernest Dale. Guaranteed wages and 
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Anders S. Lvmde. The American Fed- 
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William L. Brach. Lesiglative shackles 
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[Paul William Byan.] On the drum- 
head: a selection from the writing of 
Mike Quin [pseud.]. A memorial volume, 
edited, with a biographical sketch, by 
Harry CarUsle. San Francisco: Pacific 
Pub. Foundation [1948]. xl, 244 p. 
port., views. Poems, short stories, and 
editorials on "the main issues which 
faced the working class movement from 
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Joseph P. Muscarella. Present status 
of industrial homeworkers as employees 



under the Social Security Act. St. 
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Includes historical background, 1934—48. 

[1181 

Carlton B. Sickles. Discretion of the 
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[1182 

John F. Cushman & H. Terhune Her- 
rick, Jr. A re-examination of picketing 
and free speech [1937-48]. Cornell law 
quar., 34: 81-92 (Sep), notes. [1183 

Harry A. Millis & Harold A. Katz. A 

decade of State labor legislation, 1937- 
1947. Univ. Chicago law rev., 15: 282-310 
(winter), notes. [1184 

Herbert Burnstein. The mystery of the 
missing regular rate of pay. Lawyers 
Guild rev., 8: 411-422 (May- Jun). notes. 
On "the search for a definitive statement 
of the 'regular rate of pay' under the Fair 
Labor Standards Act," 1938-48. [1185 

Daniel Carson. Occupational mobility 
and occupational outlook [1938-45]. 
South, econ. jour., 14: 411-419 (Apr). 

[1186 

Joseph N. Scanlon. Profit sharing un- 
der collective bargaining: three case stud- 
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L. Metcalfe Walling. The search for 
finality in wage and hour litigation 
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Barbara Nachtrieb Armstrong. Where 
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Calif, law rev., 36: 1-40 (Mar), notes. 

[1189 

Bertram F. Willcox & Elizabeth Storey 
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disputes [1940-48]. Cornell law quar., 34: 
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Seymour L. Wolfbein. The American 
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147-151 (Jul). [1191 



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James MacQregor Burns. Mainte- 
nance of membership: a study in adminis- 
trative statesmanship. Jour, pol., 10: 
101-116 (Feb), notes. On the issue of 
closed or union shops, 1941-42, as ex- 
hibited in records of the National De- 
fense Mediation Board and the National 
War Labor Board. [1192 

George Edward Cotter. The constitu- 
tionality of retroactive legislation— the 
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Va. law rev., 34: 26-54 (Jan), notes. 

[1193 

Milton M. Gottesman, Restraint of 
trade — employees or enterprisers? Univ. 



Chicago law rev., 15: 638-668 (spring), 
notes. Reviews precedents, 1942-47. 

[1194 

John B. Parrish. Impact of World War 
II on internal wage rate structures [1942- 
45]. South, econ.jour., 15: 134-151 (Oct), 
notes. [1195 

Emanuel L. Gordon. Arbitration of 
wage levels [1945-47]. Lawyers Guild 
rev., 8: 475-495 (Nov- Dec), notes. 

[1196 

Myron L. Hoch. The oil strike of 1945. 
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notes. . [1197 



Population, Races, and Nationalities 



Louis Adamic. American history as a 
record and a process. Common ground, 
8 (no. 4): 20-23 (summer). Chiefly on 
peoples and races in American history. 

[1198 

Morris Swadesh. Sociologic notes on 
obsolescent languages. Internatl. jour. 
Am. linguistics, 14: 226-235 (Oct), 
notes. Includes remarks on Mohican, 
Chitimacha, Natchez, Catawba, Penob- 
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Ruthe M. Edwards. American Indians 
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dividual Indians, ca. 1540-1948. [1200 

Charles Wallace Collins. Whither sohd 
South? A study in pohtics and race rela- 
tions. New Orleans: Pehcan Pub. Co. 
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321-324) On the status of Negroes in 
the United States, 1619-1947, with a 
proposal for "a forty-ninth State in 
Africa." [1201 

Naomi (Friedman) Goldstein. The 
roots of prejudice against the Negro in 
the United States. Boston: Boston Univ. 
Press, 1948. ix, 213 p. facsims., port., 
views, notes. Thesis — Boston Univ. 
Includes historical references, 1619 fif. 

[1202 



Roi [Vincent] Ottley. Black odyssey: 
the stor}^ of the Negro in America [1619- 
1945]. N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons, 1948. 
viii, [4], 340 p. bibhog. (p. 315-322). 

[1203 

Arnold Marshall Rose. The Negro in 
America. . . . With a foreword by Gun- 
nar Myrdal. N. Y.: Harper [1948]. 
xvii, [3], 325 p. notes. "A condensation 
of A?i American Dilemma, by Gunnar 
Myrdal with the assistance of Richard 
Sterner and Arnold Rose." Contains oc- 
casional historical references, 1619-1947. 

[1204 

Herbert Aptheker. To be free: studies 
in American Negro history [1672-1875]. 
N. Y. : International Publishers [1948]. 
256 p. notes (p. 193-248). Partial 
CONTENTS. — Slave guerrilla warfare. — 
Buying freedom. — Militant abolition- 
ism. — Negro casualties in the Civil War. — 
Negroes in the Union Navy. — Organiza- 
tional activities of Southern Negroes, 
1865. — Mississippi reconstruction and the 
Negro leader Charles Caldwell. [1205 

Lee Max Friedman. Pilgrims in a new 
land. Phila.: Jewish Publication Society 
of America, 1948. xii, 471 p. facsims., 
map, ports., views. "Notes and bibU- 
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hbrary.) On Jews in the United States, 
ca. 1681-1945. [1206 



71 



Sumner Eliot Matison. Manumission 
by purchase. Jow\ Negro hist., 33: 146- 
167 (Apr), notes. Instances, chiefly un- 
dated, of the practice, with a ten-page 
account of laws pertaining to manumis- 
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Thomas Benton Williams, ed. Orations 
of famous Indians. [Oklahoma City, 
1948.] 87 p. ports. Texts of speeches, 
1763-1967 [sic]. [1208 

Cecil Roth. Some Jewish Loyalists in 
the War of American Independence. Am. 
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notes. Based on records of claims sub- 
mitted to the British Government for 
losses suffered by attachment to the 
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P. K. Whelpton. A history of population 
growth in the United States [1790-1948]. 
Scientific mo., Q7: 277-288 (Oct), diagrs. 

[1210 

Morris U. Schappes. Anti-Semitism and 
reaction, 1795-1800. Am. Jew. Hist. 
Soc, Pub., 3: 109-137 (Dec), notes. 

[1211 

Harold Cohen. An appraisal of the legal 
tests used to determine who is a Negro 
[1810-1948]. Coriiell law guar., 34: 246- 
255 (winter), notes. [1212 

Te-ch'ao Cheng. Acculturation of the 
Chinese in the United States: a Philadel- 
phia study. Phila., 1948. x, [2], 280 p. 
facsims., maps, tables, views, bibliog. 
(p. 261-274), notes. Thesis— Univ. of 
Pennsylvania. On the Chinese in the 
United States, 1820-1945, with particular 
reference to Philadelphia. [1213 



Hugh H. Smythe. 

Crow" [1832-1948]. 
45-48 (Oct), notes. 



The concept "Jim 

Social forces, 27: 

[1214 



Albert H. Marckwardt. Want with 
ellipsis of verbs of motion. Am. speech, 
23: 3-9 (Feb), notes. Evidence, ca. 1843 
ff ., that such expressions as "I will in" are 
of English rather than German origin and 
have been spread in the United States 
mainly by Scots. [1215 

Thaddeus Slesinski. Development of 
cultural activities in Polish American 
communities. Polish Am. stud., 5: 99-103 



(Jul-Dec). On "PoUsh societies devoted 
particularly to cultural activities," 1846- 
1948. [1216 

The will to succeed: stories of Swedish 
pioneers. A collection of stories chosen 
from a group which were entered in a 
contest on the subject of "The influence of 
Swedish settlers on a community or 
region," sponsored by the Swedish Amer- 
ican Line in commemoration of the Swed- 
ish Pioneer Centennial of 1948. Stock- 
hohn, N. Y.: Bonniers [1948]. 347, [4] p. 
bibhog. (p. 328-340), notes (p. 341-347). 
Biographical sketches of Swedish immi- 
grants to the United States, ca. 1848- 
1948, derived largely from family papers 
and oral tradition. [1217 

Robert Clifton Weaver. The Negro 
ghetto. N. Y.: Harcourt, Brace [1948]. 
xviii, 404 p. maps, bibhog. (p. 371-375), 
notes (p. 377-391). On "residential segre- 
gation in the North," ca. 1865-1948, 
chiefly 1920 ff. [1218 

James D. Bamett. Race-restrictive 
covenants restricted [1876-1948]. Ore. law 
rev., 28: 1-11 (Dec), notes. [1219 

Harry Haywood. Negro liberation. 
N. Y: International Publishers [1948. 4], 
245 p. map. notes (p. 219-230). On 
changes in the status of Negroes in the 
United States, particularly the South, 
1876-1948. [1220 

Oscar Handlin & Mary (Flug) Handlin. 
Danger in discord: origins of anti-Sem- 
itism in the United States [ca. 1877-1941. 
N. Y.: Anti-Defamation League of 
B'nai B'rith, 1948.] 39, [5] p. (Freedom 
pamphlets.] bibliog. [1221 

Carey McWilliams. A mask for privi- 
lege: anti-Semitism in America. Boston: 
Little, Brown, 1948. xiii, [3], 299 p. notes 
(p. 271-277). Includes historical refer- 
ences, ca. 1877 ff. [1222 

Charles B. Blackmar. Real property — 
unenforceability of restrictive covenents — 
methods of protecting plan [1884-1947]. 
Mich, law rev., AQ: 654-664 (Mar), notes. 

[1223 

C[harles] W. Y[eager]. Enforcement of 
race restrictive covenants and the Con- 



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stitution [1892-1947]. Va. law rev., 34: 
306-314 (Apr), notes. [1224 

Walter Francis White. A man called 
White: the autobiography of Walter 
White. N. Y.: Viking Press, 1948. viii, 
382 p. Reminiscences of a Negro author 
and organizer, born 1893. [1225 

Herbert Aptheker. W. E. B. Du Bois: 
the first eight}' years. Phylon, 9: 59-62 
(1st quarter). On Dr. Du Bois as Negro 
leader, scholar, and author, 1894-1948. 

[1226 

Wendell H. Stephenson. The Negro in 
the thinking and writing of John Spencer 
Bassett [1899-1912]. A^. C. hist, rev., 25: 
427-441 (Oct), notes. [1227 

Vishnu V. Oak. Organizations for tlie 
advancement of Negro business. Southw. 
jour., 4: 20-29 (fall-winter), notes. On 
thirteen "business associations organized 
by Negro business men," founded 1900- 
1948. [1228 

Rebecca Chalmers Barton. Witnesses 
for freedom: Negro Americans in autobi- 
ography. N. Y.: Harper [1948]. xiii, 
[3], 294 p. bibliog. (p. 286-287). "A 
study of the autobiographies of Negro 
Americans written during the last half 
century," 1901-45. [1229 

Loren Miller & Harold J. Sinclair. 
Justice Holmes and the Civil War 
amendments. Natl, bar jour., 6: 95-132 
(Jun). notes. On "Mr. Justice Hohnes' 
views on constitutional issues directly in- 
volving the rights of Negroes," 1902-32. 

[1230 

Nathan Schachner. The price of lib- 
erty: a history of the American Jewish 
Committee [1906-47]. N. Y.: American 
Jewish Committee, 1948. x, 225 p. 

[1231 

Isaac N. Groner & David M. Helfeld. 
Race discrimination in housing [1911-47]. 
Yale law jour., 57: 426-458 (Jan), 
notes. [1232 

Phelps-Stokes Ftind. Negro status and 
race relations in the United States, 1911- 
1946: the thirty-five year report of the 



Phelps-Stokes Fund. By Anson Phelps 
Stokes, with contributions from Channing 
H. Tobias [and others] and a documentary 
appendix. N. Y., 1948. 219 p. bib- 
liogs. [1233 

R. Gordon Lowe. Racial restrictive 
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15-39 (fall), notes. [1234 

William Edward Burghardt Du Bois. 

Race relations in the United States, 1917- 
1947. Phylon, 9: 234-247 (3d quarter). 

[1235 

Nathan Goldberg. The Jewish popula- 
tion in America, 1917-1947: population 
growth and birth rate. Jetv. rev., 5: 
30-55. notes. [1236 

Manuel Buaken. I have lived with the 
American people. Caldwell, Idaho: Cax- 
ton Printers, 1948. [2], 358 p. bibliog. 
(p. 337-339). On the hfe and observa- 
tions of a FiUpino in the United States, 
1927-42. [1237 

Edmvmd deS. Brunner. Internal mi- 
gration in the United States, 1935-40. 
Rural sociol., 13: 9-22 (Mar), tables, 
notes. [1238 

Daniel O. Price. Distance and direction 
as vectors of internal migration, 1935 to 
1940. Social forces, 27: 48-53 (Oct), 
diagr., map. notes. Interpretation of 
data from the 1940 census. [1239 

William W. Wattenberg. Attitude to- 
ward community size as evidenced by 
migratory behavior, 1935-1940. Social 
forces, 26: 437-442 (May). diagrs. 
notes. [1240 

Mapheus Smith. Occupational differ- 
entials in physical status. Am. sociol. 
rev., 13: 72-82 (Feb). Study of Selective 
Service data, 1940-47. [1241 

Gunnar Myrdal. Social trends in Amer- 
ica and strategic approaches to the Negro 
problem [1941-48]. Phylon, 9: 196-214 
(3rd quarter). [1242 

William Brooke Graves. Antidiscrim- 
ination legislation in the American States 
[1945-48]. Wash., 1948. [2], ii, [2], 92 p. 



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bibliog. (p. 84—92) . (Library of Congress. 
Legislative Reference Service. Public af- 
fairs bulletin no. 65.) On legislation in 



New York, Connecticut, Indiana, Massa- 
chusetts, New Jersey, and Wisconsin. 

11243 



Social Themes 



Louis N. Feipel. Semihomonymous 
child-naming. Western folklore, 7: 370- 
384 (Oct), notes. Instances, undated, 
of "a genuine folklore trait, especially 
among the American people." [1244 

Monica Mary Kiefer. American children 
through their books, 1700-1835. Phila.: 
Univ. of Pennsylvania Press, 1948. [14], 
248 p. facsims. bibliog. (p. 230-243), 
notes. Thesis — Univ. of Pennsylvania. 
"An attempt to trace the changing status 
of the American child in the Colonial and 
early national periods as it is revealed in 
juvenile literature." [1245 

Edward Franklin Frazier. The Negro 
family in the United States. Revised and 
abridged edition. N. Y.: Dryden Press, 
1948. xviii, 374 p. notes. (The Dryden 
Press sociology publications.) First pub- 
lished 1939. Includes historical references, 
ca. 1800 ff. [1246 

Arnold M. Rose. Interest in the living 
arrangements of the urban unattached. 
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notes. On lodgings for single persons, 
1829-1948. [1247 

T. Q. H. Drake. American infant feeding 
bottles, 1841 to 1946, as disclosed by 
United States patent specifications. Jour, 
hist, med., 3: 507-524 (autumn), diagrs. 

[1248 

Howard D. Kramer. EflFect of the Civil 
War on the pubHc health movement. 
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notes. On the U. S. Sanitary Commission, 
1861-65. [1249 

Carl Mason Franklin. The dilemma of 
migratory divorces: a partial solution 
through Federal legislation [1869-1948]. 
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[1250 



Howard D. Kramer. Agitation for 
public health i-eform in the 1870's. Jour, 
hist, med., 3: 473-488 (autumn), notes. 
To be cont. Refers particularly to sewer- 
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Howard D. Kramer. The germ theorj- 
and the early public health program in the 
United States [1871-1900]. Bui. hist, 
med., 22: 233-247 (May- Jun). notes. 

[1252 

Elizabeth de Schweinitz & Karl de 
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work to the administration of pubhc 
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Jay W. Alexander. Conflict of laws — 
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John L. Bice. Transportation of plural 
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Arthur John Keefle & George Howe 
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Oscar W. Bitchie. A sociohistorical sur- 
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Joseph Walter Mountin, Emily K. 
Hankla, & Georgie B. Druzina. Ten 

years of Federal grants-in-aid for public 
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health buUetin no. 300.) [1257 



u 



sports 



Thomas Rust Underwood, ed. Thor- 
oughbred racing & breeding: the story of 
the sport and background of the horse 
industry. [Fourth edition.] N. Y.: 
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map, views. First pubhshed 1945. On 
horse-racing in the United States, 1725- 
1948, see chap, xix, "American turf liter- 
ature," and chap, xx, "Art and the thor- 
oughbred," both by John L. Hervey. 

[1258 

H. Gordon Moore, Jr. First American 
sporting book. Horn's, 1 (no. 7): 13-14 
(Mar). On The sportsman's companion 
(N. Y., 1783), anonymous. [1259 

Robert A. Haldane. Giants of the ring: 
story of the heav\'\veights for two hundred 
years. London: War Facts Press [1948]. 
164 p. ports. Inchides accounts of Amer- 
ican boxers from Tom Molyneux to Joe 
Louis, 1811-1947. [1260 

John Walden Myer. A pictorial history 
of "the manly art." A?n. collector, 16 (no. 
12): 17-19 (Jan), ports., views. On pic- 
tures of prize fighters and fighting in Eng- 
land and (1823-ca. 1890) America. [1261 

W. R. McCay. One hundred years of 
metallic cartridge. Am. rifleman, 96 (no. 
8): 47 (Aug), diagr., port. On a patent 
granted to Walter Hunt of New York 
(died 1859), Aug. 10, 1848. [1262 

Augustus J. Prahl. The beginning of the 
gymnastic movement in America. Am.- 
German rev., 14 (no. 5): 12-15 (Jun). 
ports., view. On Turnvereine in the United 
States, 1848-95. [1263 

C. B. Lister. The background of your 
Association . . . Condensed from Execu- 
tive Director Lister's annual report to the 
NRA. Ajh. rifleman, 96 (no. 3): 11-14, 
34; (no. 4): 32-35 (Mar-Apr), port., 
views. On the National Rifle>Association, 
1871-1948. [1264 

L. Francis Herreshoflf. Captain Charley 
Barr. Rudder, 64 (no. 5): 34-37; (no. 6): 
22-25 (May- Jun). views. Reminiscences 
of a yaehting captain, 1886-1910. [1265 



Henry Howard. Charting my hfe. Bos- 
ton: Merrymount Press [1948]. xxv, 398 
p. ports., views. Autobiography of a 
Boston chemical engineer (born 1868), 
dealing mainly with his activities as a 
yachtsman in the United States and 
abroad, 1888 ff. [1266 

Lamont Buchanan. The story of bas- 
ketball in text and pictures [1891-1948]. 
N. Y.: Stephen-Paul [1948]. 188 p. 
facsims., ports., views. [1267 

M. Whitcomb Hess. The man who in- 
vented basketball. Am. scholar, 18: 87-92 
(winter 1948-49). Reminiscences of 
James Naismith at Lawrence, Kan., 1898- 
1939, with some account of his invention 
of basketball in the international training 
school for Y. M. C. A. workers, Spring- 
field, Mass., 1891. [1268 

Robert Liston Burnes. 50 golden years 
of sports. St. Louis: Rawlings Manufac- 
turing Co. [1948. 4], 200, xxiv p. facsim., 
ports., views. History of sports in the 
United States, 1897-1947; and (sepa- 
rately paged at end) history of the 
Rawlings Manufacturing Co., St. Louis, 
makers of sporting goods, 1898-1947. 

[1269 

Roger L. Treat. Walter Johnson, king of 
the pitchers. N. Y.: J. Messner [1948]. 
192 p. views. On Walter Perry Johnson 
(1887-1946) in professional baseball, 
1907-35. [1270 

James Caleb Beach & Daniel Moore. 

Army vs. Notre Dame, the big game, 
1913-1947. N. Y.: Random House 
[1948]. xiv, 303 p. ports., views. On foot- 
ball played by the U. S. Mihtary Academy 
and the University of Notre Dame. 

[1271 

Daniel Margowitz Daniel. The real 
Babe Ruth . . . With anecdotes — I re- 
member Ruth, by H[arry] G. Salsinger. 
[St. Louis] C. C. Spink, =1948. 162 p. 
ports., views. On George Herman Ruth 
(1894-1948) in professional baseball, 
1914-35. [1272 



75 



George Herman Ruth. The Babe Ruth 
story. ... As told to Bob Considine 
[Robert Bernard Considine]. N. Y.: E. P. 
Button, 1948. [2], 250 p. ports., views. 
First-person narrative, 1914-47, with 
some account of the author's boyhood in 
Baltimore, 1894 ff. [1273 

William Tatem Tilden ii. My story: a 
champion's memoirs. N. Y.: Hellman, 
Williams, 1948. 335, [1] p. ports. Chiefly 



on the author (born 1893) as a tennis 
player and tennis coach, 1914-48. (1274 

Martin Weldon. Babe Ruth. N. Y.: T. 
Y. Crowell Co. [1948. 8], 280 p. ports., 
views. On George Herman Ruth [1894- 
1948], mainly his career in professional 
baseball, 1914-35. [1275 

Waite Hoyt. Babe Ruth as I knew him. 
N. Y.: Dell Pub. Co., "1948. 50 p. ports., 
views. Reminiscences of George Herman 
Ruth, 1919-48. [1276 



ARMY, NAVY, AND AIR FORCES 



Herbert Treadwell Wade. A brief his- 
tory of the colonial wars in America from 
1607 to 1775. N. Y.: Society of Colonial 
Wars in the State of New York, 1948. 
viii, 120 p. ports., views. "List of pre- 
ferred reading, the American colonial 
period" (p. 114-120). (Society of Colonial 
Wars. New York. Publication no. 51.) 

[1277 

W. H. B. Smith. Lining 'em up. Am. 
Leg. mag., 44 (no. 1): 34, 36-37 (Jan). 
On required military training in the 
colonies, 1630-1775. [1278 

William B. Prendergast. The Navy and 
civil liberty. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 
1263-1267 (Oct), port, notes. On "some 
of the opinions entertained by American 
political thinkers in the past on the posi- 
tion of the Navy in a free political order," 
1768-1877. [1279 

Hans Paul Caemmerer. Nathan Hale 
[1755-76] — one country — one life. D. A. 
R. mag., 82: 595-597 (Aug), view. On 
Hale as a student at Yale, a schoolmaster, 
and an Army officer, 1769-76. [1280 

West A. Hamilton. The Negro and the 
national defense: a rational approach 
[1770-1948]. Southw. jour., 3: 182-186 
(spring). [1281 

M. V. Brewington. The designs of our 
first frigates. Am. Neptune, 8: 11-25 
(Jan), diagrs. notes. On the building 
of thirteen vessels ordered by the Con- 
tinental Congress on Dec. 13, 1775, with 
a copy of the contract to build the Con- 



tinental frigates Hancock and Boston and 
brief notes on the later career of each 
vessel. [1282 

Gaius M. Brumbaugh, comp. Abstracts 
of Revolutionary War pension applica- 
tions. Natl. Geneal. Soc. guar., 36: 27-34, 
67-72, 101-104, 117-122 (Mar-Dec). 
Cont. Continues a series of which pub- 
lication was begun in 1929. [1283 

Raleigh B. Buzzaird. Washington's 
favorite engineer. Mil. engineer, '^0: 115- 
118 (Mar), port., views. On the career 
of Brig. Gen. Rufus Putnam as an engi- 
neer in the U. S. Army, 1775-83, with 
some account of his earlier and later life. 

[1284 

Daughters of the American Revolu- 
tion. Graves of soldiers of the Revolu- 
tion located from April 1, 1947, to April 1, 
1948. D. A. R. 51st annual report, p. 103- 
141. Arranged alphabetically by States, 
thereunder by names of soldiers. Gives 
name, dates of birth and death, place of 
burial, and "service and additional facts." 

[1285 

Paul C. Davis. The Negro in the armed 
services [1775-1946]. Vo. guar, rev., 24: 
499-520 (autumn). [1286 

James Edgar Gibson. Smallpo.x and 
the American Revolution. General mag. 
and hist, chron., 51: 55-58 (autumn). On 
the incidence of smallpox in the U. S. 
Army, and compulsory inoculation, 1775- 
83. ^ " [1287 



76 



Max E. Hoyt, comp. Index of Revolu- 
tionary War pension applications. 321- 
384 p. Bound in installments with Natl. 
Geneal. Soc. guar., v. 36 (Mar-Dec). 
Cont. and to be cont. Gives name and 
State of applicant and file number of ap- 
plication. These installments: Eldredge- 
Gamble. [1288 

Alvar B. Sundin. Artillery in modern 
war: present developments and future 
trends. Mil. engineer, 40: 59-62 (Feb), 
views. On artillery in the U. S. Army, 
1775-1948. [1289 

Sarah A. Thomas. John Barry: a pa- 
triot of the Revolution. Cape May Co. 
mag. hist. & geneal., 3: 33-38 (Jun). On 
the services of Barry (1745-1803) in the 
U. S. Navy, 1775-1800. [1290 

U. S. Selective Service System. Outline 
of historical background of selective serv- 
ice [1775-1948]. Prepared for the Army 
almanac . . . by Irving W. Hart, Chief 
Information Officer. [Wash.: U. S. Govt. 
Print. Off., 1948.] ii, 30 p. [1291 

EUery H. Clark, Jr. United States place 
names honoring the Navy. U. S. N. 
Inst, proc, 74: 453-455 (Apr), view. 
On the 131 place names perpetuating the 
U. S. Navy, 1776 flf. [1292 

Robert W. Daly. Pay and prize money 
in the old Navy, 1776-1899. U. S. N. 
Inst, proc, 74: 967-971 (Aug), views, 
notes. [1293 

Dennis Denmark Nelson. The inte- 
gration of the Negro into the United 
States Navy, 1776-1947, with a brief 
historical introduction. [Wash.] 1948. 
X, [1] leaves, 212 p. bibhog. (p. 209-212). 
(Navexos-P-526.) Based on the author's 
thesis (m. a.) — Howard Univ. [1294 

James H. Warner. John Paul Jones: 
fighting sentimentalist. South Atlantic 
guar., 47: 35-44 (Jan). On the "eight- 
eenth-century sentimentalism" of Jones 
as exhibited in his poems and correspond- 
ence, 1777-87. " [1295 

U. S. Bureau of Naval Personnel. The 
history of the Chaplain Corps, United 
States Navy. Volume one. 1778-1939. 
[Wash.: U.' S. Govt. Print. Oflf., 1948.] 



xii, 273 p. facsims., ports., views, 
notes. Prepared by Chfford Merrill 
Drury, Captain, Chaplain Corps. [1296 

U. S. Bureau of Naval Personnel. 
United States Navy chaplains, 1778-1945: 
biographical and service-record sketches 
of 3,353 chaplains including 2 who served 
in the Continental Navy. Compiled by 
the Chaplains Activity of the Bureau of 
Naval Personnel, Navy Department, un- 
der the direction of Clifford MerriU 
Drury. Wash.: U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 
1948. [2], iv, 344 p. [1297 

Fred J. Wilkins. Steuben screamed but 
things. happened and an army was born 
at Valley Forge. Picket post, no. 20 
(Jan), p. 7-13. Reprinted from Infantry 
jour., Oct. 1947. On the principles of or- 
ganization introduced into the U. S. Army 
by Friedrich von Steuben, 1778. [1298 

J. Deprez. Coast Guard des fitats-Unis 
[1790-1948]. Rev. maritime, n. s., no. 25 
(May), p. 543-565. views. [1299 

Frederick Wilkins. This was the Cav- 
alry. Armored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 2): 
59-63 (Mar- Apr). On the Cavalry of 
the U. S. Army, 1792-1944. [1300 

Kenneth F. Cramer. The National 
Guard — our modern Minutemen [1795- 
1948]. Armored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 3): 
40-42 (May- Jun). [1301 

Robert Qreenhalgh Albion. The first 
days of the Navy Department. Mil. 
affairs, 12: 1-11 (spring). On naval ad- 
ministration, 1798-1801. [1302 

Robert W. Daly. Richard Somers [1778- 
1804]. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 1139-1145 
(Sep), view, notes. On Somers in the 
Navy, 1798-1804, and his death when his 
ship, the Intrepid, blew up in Tripoli 
Harbor. [1303 

Lucius C. Dunn. The "Constellation's" 
first Marine officer. Md. hist, mag., 43: 
210-219 (Sep), notes. On Lt. James 
Triplett, Corps of Artillery, serving tem- 
porarily as Lieutenant of Marines on the 
Constellation, 1798, with copies of corre- 
spondence. [1304 



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William H. Gaines, Jr. The forgotten 
Army: recruiting for a national emer- 
gency (1799-1800). Va. mag. hist., 56: 
267-279 (Jul), facsim. notes. On recruit- 
ing for the Provisional Army of the United 
States, particularly in Virginia. [1305 

EUie Roberts Ray, cornp. Burial places 
of soldiers of War of 1812. Natl. Geneal. 
Soc. quar., 36: 79 (Sep). Cont. from vol. 
33, Sep. 1945, p. 78. "In Pennsylvania 
unless otherwise stated." Andree-Zahm. 
Gives only name and cemetery. [1306 

Fulton's submarine battery. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 19: 220-222 (Apr), facsim. 
Describes a letter from Robert Fulton to 
Elkanah Watson, Aug. 14, 1813, relating 
to a submarine gun, with a sketch of the 
gun. [1307 

Charles H. Jenrich. Hoydens of the 
seas. Rudder, 64 (no. 12): 18-19, 69-71 
(Dec), ports., view. Includes an account 
of the service of Lucy Brewer as a soldier 
on the USS Constitution (Old Ironsides) 
under the name of Robert Shurtliff, 1813, 
as recounted in her journal (Boston, 
1815). [1308 

Richard L. Watson, Jr. Congressional 

attitudes toward military preparedness, 

1829-1835. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 34: 

611-636 (Mar), notes. [1309 

Clififord M. Drury. A chaplain intro- 
duced coffee into the Navy. Mil. chaplain, 
19 (no. 2): 16 (Oct-Nov). port. On the 
career of George Jones as a chaplain in the 
U. S. Navy, 1833-ca. 1864. [1310 

Geoffrey Rawson. An old Navy list. 
U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 1558-1559 (Dec). 
Remarks on United States Official register 
of officers as at September 30, 1S39. [1311 

Freeman Cleaves. Rock of Chicka- 
mauga: the life of General George H. 
Thomas. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma 
Press, 1948. xi, 328 p. facsims., maps, 
ports., views. bibUog. (p. 309-316), 
notes. On George Henry Thomas (1816- 
70) as an officer in the U. S. Army, 
1840-70. [1312 

Richard O'Connor. Thomas, Rock of 
Chickamauga. N. Y.: Prentice-Hall 
[1948]. viii, [2], 385 p. maps, port, 
bibliog. (p. 369-371). On George Henry 



Thomas (1816-70) as an officer in the 
U. S. Army, 1840-70, particularly his 
command in the Civil War. [1313 

Newton Arvin. A note on the back- 
ground of Billy Budd. Am. lit., 20: 51-55 
(Mar), notes. On the role of Lt. Guert 
Gansevoort, Melville's cousin, in procur- 
ing the execution of Midshipman Philip 
Spencer in 1842. [1314 

Julius A. Furer. The structure of naval 
appropriation acts [1842-1948]. U. S. N. 
Inst, proc, 74: 1517-1527 (Dec), views. 

[1315 

John E. Parsons. Colt- Walker contract. 
Conn. Hist. Soc, Bui, 13: 9-11 (Apr), 
facsim. Includes text of an agreement of 
Jan. 4, 1847, between Samuel Colt and the 
War Department for the construction of a 
thousand repeating pistols under Colt's 
patent. [1316 

Henry Woolsey LitteU, 1837-1901. West- 
chester Co. hist, bul, 24: 42-49 (Apr), 
ports. On Littell's services in the 51st 
New York Volunteers and with the Signal 
Corps, Sep. 1861-Oct. 1864. [1317 

Bertram W. Kom. Jewish chaplains 
during the Civil War. Am. Jew. arch., 1: 
6-22 (Jun). facsim., ports, notes. On the 
services of Michael M. Allen, Jacob 
Frankel, Bernhard Henry Gotthelf, and 
Ferdinand Leopold Sarner, 1861-65. 

[1318 

Richard O'Connor. Sherman: imagina- 
tive soldier. Am. mercury, 67: 555-564 
(Nov). On William Tecumseh Sherman 
and the U. S. Army, 1861-91. [1319 

Don Russell. Lincoln raises an army. 
Lincoln herald, 50 (no. 2): 2-16 (Jun). 
ports, notes. On Lincoln and the U. S. 
Army, 1861. [1320 

Carl T. Schmidt. Aerial observation 
model of 1861. Field Artillery jour., 38: 
22-25 (Jan-Feb). Services of Thaddeus 
Sobieski Constantine Lowe, balloonist, 
and the aerial observation service of the 
U. S. Army, Jul. 1861- Jun. 1863. [1321 

Edward Steere. Genesis of American 
graves registration, 1861-1870. Mil. af- 
fairs, 12: 149-161 (fall), views, notes. 

[1322 



78 



Harold P. Faust. They who go down 
to the sea in ships: U. S. Army hospital 
ships [1862-1934]. Am. philatelist, 61: 
274-279 (Jan), facsims., views. [1323 

Waldo F. Glover. The sleeping sentinel: 
a postscript. Vt. guar., 16: 83-95 (Jul). 
On the pardon of WiUiam Scott, of Gro- 
ton, Vt., by President Lincoln, 1862. 

[1324 

Jacob Twersky, The American war- 
blind as aided by the Federal Govern- 
ment [1864-1946]. Microfilm abstracts, 
8 (no. 1): 63-66. Abstract of thesis- 
New York Univ. [1325 

Richard G. Wood. The two USS New 
Hampshires [1864-92, 1908-21]. Hist. 
N. H., Nov., p. 19-27. ports., views. 

[1326 

George L. Cutton. Chaplains are a 
tradition in the Veterans Administration. 
Mil. chaplain, 19 (no. 2): 32-33, 35 (Oct- 
Nov). ports., view. On chaplains of 
soldiers' homes, 1865-1947. [1327 

Richard J. Dubord & George R. Haiina. 

Court-martial conviction as a ground for 
divorce [1865-1947]. Boston Univ. law 
rev., 28: 222-225 (Apr), notes. [1328 

Louis A. Sigaud. When Belle Boyd 
wrote Lincoln. Lincoln herald, 50 (no. 
1): 15-22 (Feb), facsim., ports, notes. 
On a letter from Belle Boyd Hardinge, 
"Confederate spy," to Lincoln, Jan. 24, 
1865, and the subsequent release of her 
husband, S. Wilde Hardinge, a prisoner 
at Fort Delaware. [1329 

D. R. Morris. Homer Clark Pound- 
stone [1860-1944] and the all-big-gun 
ship. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 707-721 
(Jun). port., views. On Poundstone's 
career in the Navy, 1874-1919. For com- 
mentaries see remarks of Henry Williams 
(p. 1293-1296, Oct.) and Frederick L. 
OUver (p. 1427-1429, Nov.). [1330 

Coast Guard communica^tions [1878- 
1948]. Signals, 3 (no. 1): 28-33 (Sep- 
Oct). views. [1331 

Wallace Evan Davies. Was Lucius 
Fairchild a demagogue? Wis. rnag. hist., 
31: 418-428 (Jun). port, notes. On 



his denunciation, while commander of the 
Grand Army of the Republic, of Grover 
Cleveland for ordering return of Confed- 
erate battle flags to the Southern States, 
1887. [1332 

George W. Grupp. Rear Admiral 
George Wallace Melville [1841-1912] as a 
man and engineer-in-chief of the Navy. 
U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 613-617 (May). 
plan, port., views. On Melville as Chief 
of the Bureau of Steam Engineering, 
1887-1903. [1333 

William Gardner Bell. Volume i, no. 1. 
Armored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 2): 2-5 
(Mar-Apr), facsims., view. History of 
the Armored Cavalry journal, founded in 
Mar. 1888 as Journal of the U. S. Cavalry 
Association and later redesignated as The 
Cavalry journal. [1334 

William O. Foss. U. S. S. Oregon: path- 
finder. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 951-955 
(Aug), views. Career of the Oregon, 
1891-ca. 1942, particularly her voyage 
from San Francisco to Key West, Mar.- 
May 1898, and her participation in the 
Battle of Santiago, Jul. 13, 1898. For 
commentary by Rear Admiral Henry 
Williams see 75: 355-357 (Mar. 1949). 

[1335 

Casper W. Ooms. Carter: an American 
Dreyfus? III. law rev., 43: 23-39 (Mar- 
Apr), notes. On the court martial of 
Capt. Oberlin M. Carter, Corps of Engi- 
neers, 1898, and his efforts to secure rein- 
statement in the Army by litigation and 
legislation, 1898-1940. [1336 

Frederick Palmer. John J. Pershing, 
General of the Armies: a biography. 
Harrisburg, Pa.: Military Service Pub. 
Co. [1948]. xiii, 380p. ports. On John 
Joseph Pershing (1860-1948) as an officer 
in the Army, 1898-1948. [1337 

George T. Trial. The American Veter- 
ans of Foreign Service and the Veterans 
of Foreign Wars. Ohio State archaeol. and 
hist, guar., 57: 79-93 (Jan), notes. On 
the American Veterans of Foreign Service, 
1899-1914, and the Veterans of Foreign 
Wars of the United States, 1914-48. 

[1338 



938918 — 5:: 



79 



Mary C. Welborn. Naval contributions 
to aeronautical science, 1908-1913. U.S. 
N. Inst, proc, 74: 991-997 (Aug), views. 
Mainly on work supervised by Capt. 
Washington Irving Chambers, USN. 

[1339 

Harold Boaz Hinton. Air victory: the 
men and the machines. N. Y.: Harper 
[1948]. xix, 428 p. ports., views. On 
the U. S. Army Air Forces, 1909-48. 

[1340 

Ford L. Wilkinson, Jr. The U. S. 

Naval Postgraduate School [1909-48]. 
Scientific mo., 66: 183-194 (Mar), views. 

[1341 

Maurice Prendergast. Sonar and asdic, 
anti-submarine sisters. U. S. N. Inst, 
proc, 74: 1009-1011 (Aug), view. On 
the development of these devices, 1912 ff . 

[1342 

Q. Edward Pendray. The persistent 
man. Coast Artillery jour., 91 (no. 1): 
52-56 (Jan-Feb). notes. Experiments of 
Robert Hutchings Goddard with rockets, 
1914-40. [1343 

Stephen H. Evans. The U. S. Coast 
Guard in war and peace [1915-48]. U. S. 
N. Inst, proc, 74: 1545-1556 (Dec). 
views. [1344 

Marquis James. Pershing, 1860-1948. 
Am. Leg. mag., 45 (no. 3): 30, 33 (Sep). 
Anecdotes, 1915-18. [1345 

Alden H. Waitt. History and accom- 
plishments of the Chemical Corps [1918- 
48]. Armored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 1): 
40-45 (Jan-Feb). views. [1346 

Frank M. Hertel. The Naval Academy 
and naval aviation [1925-47]. U. S. N. 
Inst, proc, 74: 37-41 (Jan), views. 

[1347 

Bryson Bruce. Natural competition. U. 
S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 1367-1371 (Nov). 
view. On "Engineering Competition or 
Engineering Performance" records of U. S. 
naval ships as observed bj^ the author, 
1932-34. [1348 

Wallace & Tiernan's war story. Armed 
Forces chem. jour., 3 (no. 1): 43-44 (Jul). 



port. On the Chemical Warfare activities 
of Wallace & Tiernan Products, Inc., 
1934-44. [1349 

Harold A. Zahl. From an early radar 
diary. Coast Artillery jour., 91 (no. 2): 
8-15 (Mar- Apr), views. Narrative of ex- 
periments centering in the Signal Corps 
Laboratory, Fort Monmouth, N. J., Jul. 
16, 1935-Nov. 1938, and at Fort Monroe, 
Va., Nov.-Dec. 1938. [1350 

G. H. Spencer-Strong. The Pemco war 

story. Artned Forces chem. jour., 3 (no. 2): 
53-55 (Oct). Activities of the Pemco 
Corporation in relation to chemical war- 
fare, 1938-45. [1351 

Mark S. Watson. First vigorous steps in 
re-arming, 1938-39. Mil. affairs, 12: 
65-78 (summer), notes. Activities of the 
General Staflf, U. S. Army. [1352 

Leslie Eisan. Pathways of peace: a his- 
tory of the Civilian Public Service pro- 
gram, administered by the Brethren Serv- 
ice Committee. Elgin, 111.: Brethren Pub. 
House [1948]. 480 p. facsim., map, views, 
bibliog. (p. 447-456), notes. On an organ- 
ization established by the Church of the 
Brethren to employ conscientious ob- 
jectors in "an alternative service to war," 
1940-45. [1353 

J. H. Manley. One atom and many. 
Scientific mo., GQ: 47-53 (Jan). On atomic 
research in the United States, 1940-45. 

[1354 

Joe Frederick Nunnally. I was a con- 
scientious objector in camp, in prison, on 
parole: a very personal story of difficul- 
ties of experiences of one who believes war ■ 
is now obsolete. Berkeley, Calif.: Sooner [ 
Pub. Co. [1948]. xi, 315p. Reminiscences ' 
of a conscientious objector in Oklahoma |' 
and Cahfornia, 1940-46. [1355 

Army chapels [1941-48]. Mil. chaplain, 
19 (no. 2): 23-25 (Oct), views. [1356 

William H. Baumer. Soldier say-so. 
Infantry jour., 62 (no. 5): 23-27 (May). 
On the cross-section attitude survey in the 
U. S. Army, conducted by the Research 
Branch, Troop Information and Educa- 
tion Division, 1941 45. [1357 



80 



Francis X. Clasby & Robert A. Koch. 

Wartime naval photography of the elec- 
tronic image [1941-45]. See. Motion 
Picture Engineers, Jour., 50: 189-198 
(Mar), diagrs., views. [1358 

Robert E. Neprud. Flying Minute Men: 
the story of the Civil Air Patrol [1941-47]. 
. . . Prepared for the Director of Public 
Relations, Department of the Air Force, 
Washington, D. C. N. Y.: Duell, Sloan, 
and Pearce [1948]. xi, 243 p. cartoons, 
ports., views. [1359 

Psychological research in the Armed 
Forces [1941-46]. Rev. educ. research, 18: 
525-654 (Dec). Contents. — Introduc- 
tion, by J. C. Flanagan. — General reports 
of research programs for the Armed 
Forces, by J. C. Flanagan. — Aviation 
psychology in the United States Navy, by 
Viola Caprez Ames and Harry J. Older. — 
Psychological research in the AAF Avia- 
tion Psychology Program, bj^ Frederick B. 
Davis. — The personnel research program 
of the Adjutant General's Office of the 
United States Army, by E. Donald Sis- 
son. — Research for or by the Armed 
Forces, by J. C. Flanagan and Dorothy B. 
Berger. — Wartime research in psycho- 
acoustics, by Mark R. Rosenzweig and 
Geraldine Stone. [1360 

Q. Dearborn Spindler. American char- 
acter as revealed by the military: de- 
scriptions and origin. Psychiatry, 11:275- 
281 (Aug), notes. Refers particularly 
to World War ii. [1361 

U. S. Dept. of the Army. Historical Di-* 
vision. The procurement and training of 
ground combat troops [1941-45]. Wash.: 
U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 1948. xi, [5], 
696 p. diagrs. (part fold.), tables (part 
fold.). bibhog. (p. 657-660), notes. 
(United States Army in World War ii. 
The Army Ground Forces.) Contents. — 
The procurement of enlisted personnel: 
the problem of quality, by Robert R. 
Palmer.- — The procurement of officers, by 
Robert R. Palmer and William R. Iveast. — 
The provision of enlisted replacements, 
by Robert R. Palmer and Williani R. 
Keast. — Service schools of the Army 
Ground Forces, by William R. Keast. — 
The training of officer candidates, by 



William R. Keast. — The training of en- 
listed replacements, by William R. Keast. — 
The building and training of Infantry 
divisions, by Bell I. Wiley. — The training 
of nondivisional units, by Bell I. Wiley. — 
The preparation of units for overseas 
movement, by Bell I. Wiley. — Redeploy- 
ment training: plans and problems, by 
Bell I. Wiley. [1362 

Air Force WAC. Sigrials, 3 (no. 2): 29- 
34 (Nov- Dec), views. Service of the 
W'omen's Army Auxiliary Corps in the 
Air Corps, Sep.^ 1942-1945. [1363 

Paul Albrecht. Civilian Pubhc Service 
evaluated by Civilian Public Service men. 
Mennonite quar. rev., 22: 5-18 (Jan). Re- 
view of the activities of Mennonites in 
the Civihan Public Service Administra- 
tion, 1942-46, from a questionnaire sub- 
mitted to Mennonite conscientious ob- 
jectors. [1364 

Charles William Bray. Psychology and 
military proficiency: a history of the Ap- 
plied Psychology Panel of the National 
Defense Research Committee [1942-45]. 
Princeton: Princton Univ. Press, 1948. 
xviii, 242 p. diagrs., map, views, notes. 

[1365 

M. S. Hall. Cold weather combat cloth- 
ing [1942-48]. Marine Corps gaz., 32 (no. 
5): 50-56 (May), views. [1366 

Mary A. Hallaren. Women's Army 
Corps in the Regular Army [May 1942- 
1948]. QM rev., 28 (no. 2): 29-32, 91-92 
(Sep-Oct). views. [1367 

Jeannette Hodson. Propaganda tech- 
niques employed in the Women's Army 
Corps [1942-46]. Journalism quar., 25: 
151-156 (Jun). Abridgment of thesis 
(m. a.) — Louisiana State Univ. [1368 

Max L. Hutt. Wliat did the clinical 
psychologist learn from the War? N. Y. 
Acad. Sci., Ann., 49: 907-912 (Oct 8). 
Conclusions suggested by psychological 
l,rograms of the Army and the Navy, 
1942-45. [1369 

Mary O. Kennedy. Signal W^AC. Sig- 
nals, 3 (no. 2): 28-29 (Nov-Dec). views. 
On services of women in the Signal Corps, 
1942-45. [1370 



81 



Harold Bradley Say. Safety in the skies 
(Navy's transport flying record). U. S. 
N. Inst, proc, 74: 1111-1119 (Sep), 
views. On the Naval Air Transport 
Service, ca. 1942-1948. [1371 

Mattie E. Treadwell. The WAAC'S 
first summer [May 16-Aug. 29, 1942]. 
Infantry jour., 63 (no. 5): 14-19; (no. 6): 
23-29 (Nov-Dec). views. [1372 

Bell I. Wiley. The building and train- 
ing of Infantry divisions [1942-45]. In- 
fantry jour., 62 (no. 2): 6-10; (no. 3): 



26-30; (no. 4): 41-45; (no. 5): 30-36 
(Feb-May). ].ort., tables views. Con- 
tents. — Activation procedures. — Train- 
ing. — Obstacles to effective training, 
1942-43. — Effects of overseas require- 
ments on training, 1944-45. [1373 

Hermann F. Vieweg. Redeployment 
and demobilization. Mil. engineer, 40: 
66-70, 258-262 (Feb & Jun). facsim., 
map, tables, notes. Activities of the 
Demobilization Branch, Army Service 
Forces, and its successors, 1943-48. 

[1374 



EDUCATION 



Newton Edwards. Our record of educa- 
tional achievement [1630-1947]. State 
govt., 21: 3-6 (Jan), notes. [1375 

Noah Nardi. The growth of Jewish day 
schools in America [1731-1948]. Jew. 
educ, 20 (no. 1): 23-32 (fall), notes. 

[1376 

Dixon Wecter. Prowling for campus 
presidents. Sat. rev. lit., 31 (no. 37): 
9-11, 30-33 (Sep 11). ports. On the 
selection of college and university presi- 
dents, ca. 1770-1948, chiefly during re- 
cent years. [1377 

Carter Davidson. Three eras in higher 
education. Jour, higher educ, 19: 289-294 
(Jun). On the college presidencies of 
EUphalet Nott, 1804-66; Charles William 
EUot, 1869-1909; and Nicholas Murray 
Butler, 1901-45. [1378 

Garrett E. Rickard. Establishment of 
graded schools in American cities, ii. The 
primary school [1818-85]. Element, school 
jour., 48: 326-335 (Feb), bibliog. (p. 335). 

[1379 

J. Hampton Hoch. A survey of the de- 
velopment of materia medica in American 
schools and colleges of pharmacy from 
1821 to 1900. Am. jour, pharmaceutical 
educ, 12: 148-161 (Jan), notes. [1380 

A. Stephen Stephan. Backgrounds and 
beginnings of luiivcrsity extension in 
America [1826-1915]. Harv. educ. rev., 18: 



99-108 (spring), notes. Includes refer- 
ences to lyceum and Chautauciua. [1381 

Waldo W. Braden. The lecture move- 
ment: 1840-1860. Quar. jour, speech, 34: 
206-212 (Apr), notes. [1382 

Brother Alexander Joseph. Centenary of 
the Christian Brothers. Thought, 23: 581- 
585 (Dec), notes. On the educational 
work of the Christian Brothers, 1848- 
1948. [1383 

Brother Angelas Eugene. Christian 
Brothers in boy welfare work: a century 
of faith, zeal, and service, 1848-1948. 
Social justice rev., 41: 41-43, 79-82 (May- 
Jun). [1384 

Brother Angelus Gabriel. The Christian 
brothers in the United States, 1848-1948: 
a century of Cathohc education. N. Y.: 
D. X. McMuUen Co. [1948]. xviii, 700 p. 
ports., views, notes (p. 653-672). [1385 

Brothers of the Christian Schools. 

Brothers of the Christian Schools, Ameri- 
can centenary [1848-1948. San Fran- 
cisco?] 1948. 151 p. ports., views. [1386 

T. E. McKinney. Significant develop- 
ments in the higher education of Negroes 
since 1863. Quar. rev. higher educ. among 
Negroes, 16: 28-33 (Jan). [1387 

Robert Steele Fimderburk. The history 
of conservation education in the United 
States. Nashville: George Peabody Col- 



lege for Teachers, 194S. vii, 151 p. bib- 
liog. (p. 139-151), notes. (George Pea- 
body College for Teachers. Contribution 
to education no. 392.) History of con- 
servation ("taken to include both the 
natural and human resources of the 
country") and conservation education, ca. 
1864-ca. 1946. [1388 

Watson Dickerman. The historical de- 
velopment of the summer session in higher 
institutions in the United States [1870- 
1940]. Chicago. 1948. [2], 11 p. Part of 
thesis— Univ. of Chicago. [1389 

Victoria Case & Robert Ormond Case. 

We called it culture: the story of Chau- 
tauqua [1874-1947]. Garden City, N. Y.: 
Doubleday, 1948. x, [2], 272 p. bibUog. 
(p. 241-242). [1390 

Don Elshire. The history of Phi Alpha 
Gamma Fraternity [1894-1948]. Phi Chi 
quar., 45: 471-474 (Oct), views. [1391 

Leonard Boykin, Jr. Constitutional 
law — the "separate but equal" concept in 
education — a legal fallacy [1896-1947]. 
Notre Dame lawyer, 23: 220-226 (Jan). 
notes. [1392 

William C. Jones. Tenure of presidents 
of State teachers colleges [ca. 1900-1948]. 
Peabody jour, educ, 26: 149-151 (Nov). 

[1393 

John Erskine. My life as a teacher. 
Phila.: J. B. Lippincott Co. [1948]. 249 
p. Reminiscences of experience as teacher 
of EngUsh in Amherst College, Columbia 
University, and the Army University at 
Beaune, France, and as lecturer and 
writer, 1903-48. [1394 

Isabel M. Stewart. Mary Adelaide Nut- 
ting, 1858-1948. Teachers College rec, 50: 
199-201 (Dec), port. On Miss Nutting's 
activities as a teacher of nursing, par- 
ticularly as director of nursing education 
in Teachers College, Columbia University, 
1907-25, and previously as Superintend- 
ent, Johns Hopkins Hospital School of 
Nursing. [1395 

Matthew J. Whitehead. Significant 
achievements of Negroes in education, 
1907-1947. Quar. rev. higher educ. among 
Negroes, 16: 1-6 (Jan), notes. [1396 



Paul B. Grim. Designs for curriculum 
development. Jour. educ. research, 42: 
18-29 (Sep), notes. Historical review, 
1910-47. [1397 

Charles Albert Quattlebaum. Federal 
aid to elementary and secondary educa- 
tion: an analytic study of the issue, its 
background, and relevant legislative pro- 
posals, with a compilation of arguments 
pro and con, statistical data, and digests 
of pertinent reports and surveys [1919- 
48]. Wash., 1948. [4], 2, xii, [2], 191 p. 
notes. (Library of Congress. Legisla- 
tive Reference Service. Public affairs 
bulletin, no. 61.) [1398 

John S. Lash. The Uterature of the 
Negro in Negro colleges: its status and 
curricular accommodation [1925-48]. 
Quar. rev. higher educ. among Negroes, 16: 
66-76 (Apr), notes. [1399 

Shirley Sanders. Analysis of junior- 
college growth [1928-48]. Jr. college 
jour., 18: 307-313 (Feb.). tables. 

[1400 

Virginia Neel. 10 years old: a decade 
of institute service. NEA jour., 37: 225 
(Apr) . On institutes on professional and 
public relations of teachers, held in 140 
colleges and universities, 1938-48. [1401 

Edmund deS. Brunner. Education and 
economic characteristics. Teachers Col- 
lege rec, 49: 458-465 (Apr), notes. 
Analysis of Bureau of Census, Educa- 
tional attainment by economic characteristics 
and marital status: 1940 (Wash., 1947), 
with reference to later data. [1402 

Edmund deS. Brvmner. Education and 
marriage. Teachers College rec, 49: 520- 
530 (May), notes. Analysis of Bureau 
of Census, Educational attainment by 
economic characteristics and marital status: 
1940 (Wash., 1947), with reference to 
later data. Concerns marriages of col- 
lege-educated women. [1403 

Edmund deS. Brunner. Educational 
attainment and economic status. Teach- 
ers College rec, 49: 242-249 (Jan). Anal- 
ysis of data from the 1940 census on non- 
farm children, derived from Bureau of the 



83 



Census, Educational attainrnent of children 
by rental value of home (Wash., 1945). 

[1404 

Charles HoS. Trends of enrolment fees 
and salaries. Assoc. Am. Colleges, 
BuL, 34: 250-257 (Oct), notes. "Sur- 
vey and study of student enrolment 
tuition-fee trends, non-resident or 'equali- 



zation' fees, and faculty salary-scales" in 
colleges and universities, 1940-48. 

[1405 

Eunice N. Tyler. Health educator — 
past, present, and future [1943-48]. 
High school jour., SI: 181-187. notes. 

[1406 



THE ARTS 



John Atlee Kouwenhoven. Made in 
America: the arts in modern civilization. 
Garden City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. 
XV, 303 p. facsims., views, bibliog. 



(p. 271-290). Thesis— Columbia Univ. 
Theory of fine art, literary art, musical 
art, and mechanical art in the United 
States, ca. 1785-1948. [1407 



Literature (except Drama) 



Henry Seidel Canby. The making of 
American literature. Sat. rev. lit., 32 (no. 
30): 6-7, 29-30 (Jul. 24). ports. Gen- 
eral comments on the literary history of 
the United States. [1408 

Literary history of the United States. 
Editors: Robert E. Spiller, Willard Thorp, 
Thomas H. Johnson, Henry Seidel Canby. 
Associates: Howard Mumford Jones, 
Dixon Wecter, Stanley T. Williams. 
N. Y.: Macmillan Co., 1948. 3 v. xx, 
636; vi, 637-1422; xxii, 817 p. Consists 
of 81 chapters by the 7 editors and 
associates and 48 other contributors. 
Deals almost exclusively with writings in 
English, 1607-1947. Vol. 3, by Thomas 
H. Johnson, is bibliography. Contents 
(v. 3). — Guide to resources. — Bibliogra- 
phies: literature and culture. — Bibliog- 
raphies: movements and influences. — 
Bibliographies: individual authors. 

[1409 

Philip Marsh. Philip Freneau and the 
theater [1780-97]. N. J. Hist. Soc, 
Proc, 66: 96 105 (Apr), notes. [1410 

Alexander Cowie. The rise of the 
American novel. X. Y.: American Book 
Co. [1948]. xii, [2], 877 p. bibliog. (p. 
861-862), notes (p. 755 860). History 
of the American novel, 1789-1890, with 
a chapter on the period from 1890 to 1940. 

[1411 



[Joseph Dennie. "Letters" on a circu- 
lar of Noah Webster announcing his in- 
tention of compiling a dictionary of 
American English. Edited by Curtis 
Nettels.] Wm. and Mary quar., 5: 397- 
398 (Jul). Reprinted from the Gazette 
of the United States (Phila.), Jun. 12, 
1800. Grotesquely misspelled epistles 
ridiculing Webster's proposals. [1412 

Percy G. Adams. Notes on Crevecoeur. 
.4ot.///., 20: 327-333 (Nov), notes. On 
borrowings in Voyage dans la haute 
Pensylvanie et dans Vital de New York 
(Paris, 3 v., 1801) from William Bartram 
and from William Smith's account of 
Bouquet's expedition of 1764. [1413 

Pierre Brodin. Les maltres de la 
litterature americaine. Paris: Horizons 
de France [1948]. 491 p. bibhog. (p. 
445-491). Biographical and critical 
sketches of Irving, Cooper, Poe, Melville, 
Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Mark 
Twain, Whitman, Henry James, and 
others, 1803-1935. [1414 

Randall Stewart. Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne: a biography [1804-64]. New 
Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1948. [8], 
279 p. l)ibliog. (p. 266-268). [1415 

William Peden. Jefferson, Freneau, 
and the Poems of 1809. New colophon, 
1; 394-400 (Oct). Includes excerpts of 



84 



correspondence between Philip Freneau, 
Thomas Jefferson, and Lydia Bailey, 
Philadelphia publisher, Apr. 8, 1809- 
Dec. 6, 1810. [1416 

Joseph Wood Krutch. Henry David 
Thoreau [1817-62. K. Y.] W. Sloane 
Associates [1948]. xiii, 298 p. port. 
(The American men of letters series.) 

[1417 

William Somerset Maugham. Her- 
man Melville and Moby Dick. William 
Somerset Maugham, Great novelists and 
their novels (Phila. : J. C. Winston Co. 
[1948]), p. 210-232. On the life and 
writings of Melville (1819-91) with 
particular reference to his personality. 

[1418 

Ernest E. Leisy. Literary versions of 
American folk materials [ca. 1820-1947]. 
Western folklore, 7: 43-49 (Jan), notes. 

[1419 

Charles Cestre. Les poetes americains. 
Paris: Presses universitaires de France, 
1948. [4], 236, [1] p. Biography and 
criticism, ca. 1821-ca. 1940. [1420 

Fredrika Shumway Smith. John 
Greenleaf Whittier [1807-92], friend and 
defender of freedom: a narrative biog- 
raphy. Boston: Christopher Pub. House 
[1948]. 228 p. port, bibliog. (p. 227- 
228). Semifictional account of Whittier 
as abolitionist and poet, ca. 1823 ff. [1421 

Edgar Allan Poe. The letters of Edgar 
Allan Poe. Edited by John Ward 
Ostrom. Cambridge: Harvard Univ. 
Press, 1948. 2 v. (xxviii, 664 p.). 
facsims., ports. Letters, 1824-49; notes 
(p. 465-545); "Bibliography and list of 
manuscript collections" (p. 547-557) ; and 
"Revised check list of Poe's correspond- 
ence" (p. 559-631). [1422 

Van Wyck Brooks. Characters [ca. 
1826-ca. 1925]. Van Wyck Brooks, 
A Chilmark miscellany (N. Y. : E. P. 
Button, 1948), p. 185-269. Con- 
tents. — Poe.— Hawthorne in Salem. — 
Emily Dickinson. — Ho wells. — John 
Muir. — Edwin Arlington Robinson. — 
Amy Lowell. [1423 



David Shulman. N. P. Willis and the 
American language [1826-59]. .4?/;. 
speech, 23: 39-47 (Feb), notes. [1424 

Marvin Laser. The growth and struc- 
ture of Poe's concept of beauty [1831-49]. 
E L H, 15: 69-84 (Mar), notes. [1425 

J. O. Bailey. The geography of Poe's 
"Dream-land" and "Ulalume" [1833-48]. 
Stud, in philol, 45: 512-523 (Jul), notes. 

[1426 

Merton M. Sealts, Jr. Melville's read- 
ing: a checklist of books owned and 
borrowed [ca. 1835-1891]. Harv. Lib. 
buL, 2: 141-163, 378-392 (spring-autumn), 
notes. To be cont. [1427 

Gail Jordan Tousey. McGuffey's elo- 
cutionary teachings. Qiiar. jour, speech, 
34: 80-87 (Feb), notes. On rhetorical 
doctrines of William Holmes McGuffey, 
1836-57. [1428 

T. O. Mabbott. Unrecorded texts of 
two of Poe's poems. A771. notes & 
queries, 8: 67-68 (Aug). On versions of 
"To one in Paradise," 1841, and "Lenore," 
1844. [1429 

W. Somerset Maugham. Moby Dick. 
Atlantic mo., 181 (no. 6): 98-104 (Jun). 
Review of the life and writings of Herman 
Melville (1819-91). [1430 

Walt Whitman. Walt Whitman: une 
etude, un choix de poemes par Paul 
Jamati, des dessins, et des portraits. 
[Paris] P. Seghers [1948]. 229, [9] p. 
ports., views. (Poetes d'aujourd'hui, 9.) 
Comments on and translations of writings 
of Whitman, ca. 1841-1892. [1431 

John Greenleaf Whittier. John Green- 
leaf Whittier to William J. Allinson: nine- 
teen unpublished letters from the Quaker 
poet to his friend in Burlington, New 
Jersey. Edited by Edward D. Snyder. 
Friends Hist. Assoc, Bui., 37: 17-35 
(spring), notes. Letters dated 13th of 
8th mo. 1842-lst of 4th mo. 1873, on 
the Quakers, personalities, literature, and 
other subjects. [1432 

William S. Dix. Melville and the prob- 
lem of evil [1846-91]. Rice Inst, pam- 
phlet, 35 (no. 3): 81-107 (Jul), notes. 

[1433 



85 



Poe in 1847. [Edited by] Carroll D. 
Laverty. Am. lit., 20: 163-168 (May). 
notes. "Recollections of Edgar A. Poe," 

by "Mrs. ," reprinted from 

the Home journal of Jul. 21, 1860. [1434 

Mentor Lee Williams. Horace Greeley 
reviews Omoo [1847]. Philol. guar., 27: 
94-96 (Jan), notes. [1435 

Philip Merrill Marsh. Hawthorne and 
Griswold. Mod. lung, notes, 63: 132-133 
(Feb), notes. On relations between 
Nathaniel Hawthorne and the editor and 
critic Rufus Wilmot Griswold, 1850-56. 

[1436 

Henry F. Pommer. Herman Melville 
and the wake of the Essex. Am. lit., 20: 
290-304 (Nov), notes. On a copy of 
the Narrative of the most extraordinary and 
distressing shipwreck of the whale-ship 
Essex, by Owen Chase (N. Y., 1821), 
containing a ms. memorandum written 
on blank leaves by Melville in 1851 or 
1852. [1437 

Charles I. Qlicksberg. Walt Whitman 
and the Negro [1855 ff.]. Phylon, 9: 326- 
331 (4th quarter), notes. [1438 

Rufus A. Coleman. Trowbridge and 
Whitman. FMLA, 63: 262-273 (Mar), 
notes. On John Townsend Trowbridge's 
relations with Walt Whitman and com- 
ments on his work, 1856-1916. [1439 

Charles I. Glicksberg. Walt Whitman 
parodies: provoked by the third edition 
of ''Leaves of grass." Ain. notes 
& queries, 7: 16^-168 (Mar), notes. 
Quotes newsjiaper references, 1860. 

[1440 

Leland. Schubert. Hawthorne and 
George W. Chiids and the death of \N. D. 
Ticknor [1864]. Essex Inst. hist, col., 84: 
164-168 (Apr), notes. [1441 

Hugh Morris Gloster. Negro voices 
in American fiction. Chapel Hill: Univ. 
of North Carolina Press, 1948. xiv, 295 
p. bibliog. (p. 273-288), notes (p. 259- 
271). History and criticism of fiction 
by and concerning Negroes, ca. 1865- 
1947. [1442 



[Francis] Bret Harte. Bret Harte goes 
East: some unpublished letters. [Edited 
by] Bradford A. Booth. Am. lit., 19: 
318-335 (Jan). To William Dean 
Howells and other well-known authors, 
Aug. 2, 1866-Nov. 9, 1875. [1443 

Samuel Langhorne Clemens. The 
love letters of Mark Twain. Edited by 
Dixon Wecter. Atlantic mo., 181 (no. 1): 
83-88 (Jan), ports. Letters to Olivia 
Langdon, dated at Boston, London, and 
Hartford, Nov. 12, 1871-Nov. 27, 1885. 

[1444 

Samuel Langhorne Clemens. Mark 
Twain: newspaper contributor. [Edited 
by] Arthur L. Vogelback. A771. lit., 20: 
111-128 (May), notes. Extracts of 
newspaper letters, 1872-79. [1445 

Oliver Wendell Holmes. An unpub- 
lished letter of Oliver Wendell Holmes. 
[Edited by] Roland G. Kent. Am. lit., 
20: 333-336 (Nov). To Lindley C. Kent 
of Wilmington, Del., dated Boston, Feb. 
19, 1875. [1446 

Karl James Anderson. My brother, 
Sherwood Anderson. Sat. rev. lit., 31 
(no. 36): 6-7, 26-27 (Sep 4). ports. 
Reminiscences of Sherwood Anderson, 
1876-1941, by an older brother. [1447 

Rufus A. Coleman. Trowbridge and 
Clemens. Mod. lang. guar., 9: 216-223 
(Jun). notes. On relations between 
John Townsend Trowbridge and Samuel 
Langhorne Clemens, 1877-1908. [1448 

Robert Shafer. Paul Elmer More: a 
note on his verse and prose written in 
youth, with two unpublished poems 
JDec. 1883-Jun. 1887]. Am. lit., 20: 
43-51 (Mar), notes. [1449 

Walt Whitman. Whitman in June, 
1885: three uncollected interviews. 
[Edited] by Herbert Bergman. Am. notes 
& queries, 8: 51-56 (Jul), notes. Re- 
printed from the New York world, the 
Marietta register, and the Washington 
post. [1450 

Richard Chase. Dissent on Billy Budd. 
Partisan rev., 15: 1212-1218 (Nov). On 
the meaning of Herman Melville's Billy 
Budd, written 1888-91. [1451 



86 



Walther Paul Fischer. Hauptstromun- 
gen des modernen amerikanischen Schrift- 
tums [ca. 1890-1947]. Bremen: F. Tru- 
jen, 1948. 54, [1] p. notes (p. 24-26, 
52-55). (Schriften der Wittheit zu 
Bremen. Reihe d: Abhandlungen und 
Vortrage, Bd. 17, Heft 4.) Contents. — • 
Der moderne amerikanische Roman und 
seine geistigen Grundlagen. — Das ameri- 
kanische Theater der Gegenwart. [1452 

Emery Edward Neflf. Edwin Arlington 
Robinson [1869-1935. N. Y.] \V. Sloane 
Associates [1948]. xviii, 286 p. port, 
bibliog. (p. 265-267). (The American 
men of letters series.) On Robinson as 
a poet, 1894-1935. [1453 

Franklin P. Adams. Literary memories. 
Atlantic mo., 181 (no. 1): 114-116 (Jan). 
On the author's reading, 1895-99. 

[1454 

Edward C. Echols. O. Henry's "shaker 
of Attic salt." Classical jour., 43: 488- 
489 (May), notes. Selections from 
some 450 classical allusions collected 
from the short stories of William Sidney 
Porter, 1895-1910. [1455 

Evelyn Allen Hammett. Blanche Col- 
ton Williams, 1879-1944. Jour. Miss, 
hist., 10: 17-26 (Jan), notes. On Dr. 
Williams as teacher of English, editor of 
collections of short stories, and author, 
1898-1944, with a list of her publications, 
1914-43. [1456 

Tilman C. Cothran. Racial themes in 
Negro literature [1899-1948]. Soidhw. 
jour., 3: 166-174 (spring), notes. [1457 

William Van O'Connor. Sense and 
sensibility in modern poetry. Chicago: 
Univ. of Chicago Press [1948]. xii, 278, 
[1] p. bibliog. (p. 265-270), notes (p. 
259-264). Thesis— Columbia Univ. 
History and criticism of English poetry, 
mainly that written in America since 
1900. [1458 

Rufus A, Coleman, ed. Further remi- 
niscences of Walt Whitman. Mod. lang. 
no<es, 63:266-268 (Apr), notes. Letters 
to John Townsend Trowbridge from J. 
H. Johnston (1837-1919), Feb. 8, 1902, 
and Charles W. Eldridge (1840-1903), 
Apr. 12, 1902. [1459 



Richard A. Carroll. Achievements of 
the Negro in literature, 1907-1947. Quar. 
rev. higher educ. among Negroes, 16: 13-19 
(Jan), notes. Limited to poetry and 
fiction. [1460 

Donald Clifford Gallup. A book is a 
book is a book is. New colophon, 1: 67- 
80 (Jan), facsims. On the publication 
of Gertrude Stein's Three lives, with 
accompanying correspondence, 1909-10. 

[1461 

Oliver Evans. The Americanism of 

Gertrude Stein. Prairie schooner, 22: 

70-74 (spring). Undated anecdotes [ca. 

1910 ff.]. [1462 

Robert A. Smith. Claude McKay: an 
essay in criticism. Phxjlon, 9: 270-273 
(3d quarter). On McKay as a Negro 
poet, 1911-37. [1463 

Donald Clifford Gallup. The weaving 
of a pattern: Marsden Hartley and Ger- 
trude Stein. Mag. of art, 41: 256-261 
(Nov), ports., views. On the letters of 
Hartley, painter, to Gertrude Stein, 
1912-34. [1464 

John Peale Bishop. The collected 
poems of John Peale Bishop. Edited 
with a preface and a personal memoir by 
Allen Tate. N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons, 
1948. xxiii, 277p. port. Poems, 1914- 
45, and an account of the life of their 
author (1892-1944). [1465 

Newberry Library bulletin. Sherwood 
Anderson memorial number. Chicago, 
1948. 29-82 p. (Newberry Lib. bul., 2d 
ser., no. 2, Dec. 1948.) Contents. — 
Foreword, by Stanley Pargellis. — Ander- 
son, advertising man, by George H. 
Daugherty. — Sherwood Anderson: a per- 
sonal note, by Waldo Frank. — The man 
and the memory, by Roger Sergei. — 
Anderson and the new Puritanism, by 
Norman Holmes Pearson. — The Sher- 
wood Anderson Papers. — A bibliography 
of Sherwood Anderson's contributions to 
periodicals, 1914-1946, by Raymond D. 
Gozzi. [1466 

Brom Weber. Hart Crane [1899-1932]: 
a biographical and critical study. N. Y. : 
Bodley Press [1948]. viii, [4], 452 p. 
facsims., ports, bibliog. (p. 441-443). 



87 



On Crane as a poet, 1916-32, with an 
appendix of his uncollected poetry and 
prose and the worksheets of Atlantis. 

[1467 

William Garland Rogers. When this 
you see remember me: Gertrude Stein in 
person. N. Y.: Rinehart [1948]. vii, 
247 p. port. Reminiscences of and cor- 
respondence with Gertrude Stein and 
Alice B. Toklas, 1917-46. [1468 

Roger Penn Cuff. An appraisal of the 
American poets laureate. Peabody jour, 
educ, 25: 157-166 (Jan). On the poets 
laureate appointed by seventeen Ameri- 
can States since 1919. [1469 

Warren Beck. How good is Sinclair 
Lewis? Eng. joxir., 37: 1-8 (Jan). Cri- 
tique of Lewis's fiction, 1920-48. [1470 

Anna Elistratova. Reactionary tend- 
encies in American literary science [ca. 
1920-ca. 1944]. Soviet lit., no. 4, p. 56- 
63. [1471 

Pamela Hansford Johnson. Hungry 
Gulliver: an English critical appraisal of 
Thomas Wolfe. N. Y.: C. Scribner's 
Sons, 1948. [10], 170 p. London edi- 
tion published under title: Thomas 
Wolfe. Analysis of Wolfe's novels, 1924- 
38. [1472 

Fletcher Pratt. From the fairy tale of 
science to the science of fairy tale. Pac. 
spectator, 2: 193-205. On the magazine 
Amazing stories, founded by Hugo Gerns- 
back in 1926, and other "science fiction." 

[1473 

Julia Collier Harris. An American 
Sainte-Beuve: Gamaliel Bradford. Emory 
Univ. quar., 4: 16-21 (Mar). Includes 
letters from Bradford to the author, 
Oct. 9, 1927-Apr. 11, 1932. [1474 



Edward C. Aswell & John Skally 
Terry. En route to a legend: two inter- 
pretations of Thomas Wolfe. Sat. rev. 
lit., 31 (no. 48): 7-9 (Nov. 27). port. 
On Wolfe's editors, particularly Maxwell 
E. Perkins, 1929 ff. [1475 

B. R. McElderry, Jr. The autobio- 
graphical problem in Thomas Wolfe's 
earlier novels [1929-35]. Ariz, guar., 4: 
315-324 (winter), notes. [1476 

Alson Jesse Smith. Thomas Wolfe's 
quest. Tomorrow, 7 (no. 9) : 38-41 
(May). On the novelist's relations with 
Christianity, 1929-38. [1477 

Worth Allen. The literary fraction 
"and/or." Mass. law guar., 33: 68-69 
(Apr). Reviews American objections to 
the term, 1932 ff., and shows that it was 
used in English law as early as 1855. 

[1478 

Dayton Kohler. Thomas Wolfe. Com- 
monwealth, 2 (no. 5): 23-27; (no. 6): 
16-19, 30 (Apr-May), facsims. Remi- 
niscences and analysis, 1935-38. [1479 

Thomas Wolfe. Something of my hfe. 
Sat. rev. lit., 31 (no. 6): 6-8 (Feb. 7). 
facsim., port. Autobiographical sketch 
written in 1936. [1480 

James H. Barnett & Rhoda Gruen. 

Recent American divorce novels, 1938- 
1945: a study in the sociology of liter- 
ature. Social forces, 26: 322-327 (Mar), 
notes. [1481 

John T. Frederick. The quarter books. 
College English, 9: 407-413 (May). On 
the distribution of books sold for twenty- 
five cents, 1939-48. [1482 

G. Lewis Chandler. Coming of age: a 
note on American Negro novelists [1940- 
48]. Phylon, 9: 25-29 (1st quarter). 

[1483 



The Theater and Allied Arts and Entertainments 



\ 



H. L. Mencken. Mencken on the idiom 
of the ham: wherein the Baltimore sage 
traces the origin of some familiar but 



obscure theatrical expressions. Theatre 
arts, 32 (no. 4): 20-21 (Jun-Jul). car- 
toons. Includes a glossary. [1484 



Eeginald Laubin & Gladys Laubin. 
The Indian dance: reviving a neglected 
American art [ca. 1630-1948]. Musical 
digest, 30 (no. 3): 34-37 (Mar), ports., 
views. [1485 

Felix Sper. From native roots: a pano- 
rama of our regional drama. Caldwell, 
Idaho: Caxton Printers, 1948. 341 p. 
map, views, bibliog. (p. 279-334), notes. 
On regional drama and folk drama in the 
United States, 1766-1947. [1486 

Paul David Magriel, ed. Chronicles of 
the American dance. N. Y.: H. Holt 
[1948]. xii, 268 p. facsims., ports., 
-views. "Notes and bibliographical data" 
(p. 263-268). Contents.— The dance 
in Shaker ritual, by E. D. Andrews 
[1780-ca. 1870.]— John Durang: the first 
American dancer, by Lillian Moore [ca. 
1778-1819]. — Juba and American min- 
strelsy, by Marian Hannah Winter [on 
William Henry Lane, known as Master 
Juba, and Negro dancing, ca. 1840-ca. 
1915]. — The black crook and The white 
fawn, by George Freedley [musicals, 
1866-68].— The Dodworth family and 
ballroom dancing in New York, by 
Rosetta O'Neill [on Allen Dodworth and 
the Dodworth dancing academy, 1835- 
1920]. — Mary Ann Lee: first American 
Giselle, by Lillian Moore [dancer, 1837- 
47]. — Augusta Maywood, by Marian 
Hannah Winter [dancer, 1838-ca. 1856]. — 
George Washington Smith, by Lillian 
Moore [dancer and teacher of dancing 
from 1838 to 1899].— Isadora Duncan, 
by William Bolitho. — Loie Fuller: the 
fairy of light, by Clare de Morinni. — 
Maud Allan, by Carl Van Vechten. — 
The Denishawn era (1914-1931), by 
Baird Hastings [Ruth St. Denis and Ted 
Shawn]. — -The recent theater of Martha 
Graham, by Robert Horan. [1487 

A. Morton Smith. Circusiana. Hob- 
bies (a department in each monthly issue, 
Jan-Dec), facsim., port., views. Data 
on circuses in the United States, 1785- 
1948. Contents. — Circus statistics. — 
Circus miniatures. — The circus wardrobe 
trunk. — Circus inspires painters.- — Circus 
room for Lightner Museum. — Nation's 
no. 1 circus city [Sarasota, Fla.]. — The 
evolution of the circus. — American cir- 



cuses abroad. — The circus sideshow. — 
Side show attractions.— The circus in the 
movies. — The circus and Christmas. 

[1488 

Exit, pursued by a turkey. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 19: 247-251 (May), facsim. 
Describes two letters to James H. 
Hackett from James Fenimore Cooper, 
Apr. 12 and Jun. 30, 1850, relating to 
Cooper's plaj' The law of nature. [1489 

Doris Shannon Garst. Buffalo Bill. 
N. Y.: J. Messner [1948]. 214 p. port, 
bibliog. (p. 205-207). Semifictionized 
account of the life of William Frederick 
Cody (1857-1917), freighter, cowboy, and 
showman. [1490 

Henry Nash Smith. Buffalo Bill: hero 
of the popular imagination. Southw. 
rev., 33: 378-384 (autumn), notes. An- 
alysis of fictitious publications relating 
to William F. Cody, 1869-1904. [1491 

Annie Fern Swartwout. Annie Oakley 
[born 1860] scores again. Westerners 
brand book (monthly), 4: 69-70 (Feb). 
On Annie (Moses) Oakley's career as a 
sharpshooter in vaudeville, stock com- 
panies, and circuses, 1875-1901. [1492 

Anthony H. Dawson. Motion picture 
economics. Hollywood quar., 3: 217-240 
(spring), tables, notes. Financial his- 
tory and condition of the motion picture 
industry, 1882-1948. [1493 

Cornelia Otis Skinner. Family circle. 
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co.. 1948. 
[10], 310 p. ports. On Otis Skinner 
(1858-1942) and his family as actors, 
1893 ff. ' [1494 

Daniel Cody MuUer. My life with 
Buffalo Bill . . . With illustrations by 
the . author. Chicago: Reilly & Lee 
[1948]. 303 p. map, views. Auto- 
biography, 1898-1917, when the author 
(born 1889) lived under the care and 
influence of William Frederick Cody 
(1847-1917). [1496 

Joel Swensen. The entrepreneur's role 
in introducing the sound motion picture 
1913-31]. Pol. sci. quar., 63: 404-423 
(Sep), notes. [1496 



89 



Parker Tyler. Chaplin, last of the 
clowns. [N. Y.] Vanguard Press [1948]. 
180 p. Analysis of Charles Chaplin 
(born 1889) as an actor, 1914-48. [1497 

Sawyer Falk [and others]. Posthumous 
praise. Natl. Theatre Conference, 
B^ll., 10 (no. 1): 6-13 (Apr). On Theatre 
arts, 1916-48. [1498 

Rosamond Gilder. Farewell to Theatre 
arts. Natl. Theatre Conference, BuL, 
10 (no. 1): 3-5 (Apr). On Theatre arts, 
1916-48. [1499 

Gerald Hamm. The drama of Philip 
Barry. Phila., 1948. [6], 91, [2] p. 
bibliog. (p. 92-93), notes. Thesis— 
Univ. of Pennsylvania. Study of Barry's 
plays, 1919 flf. [1500 

John Lovell, Jr. Eugene O'Neill's 
darker brother. Theatre arts, 32 (no. 2) : 
45-48 (Feb). On Negroes in O'Neill's 
plays, from 1919 to The iceman cometh. 

[1501 

Grace Margaret Newell. The treat- 
ment of social issues in American comedy, 
1920-1942. Northwestern Univ., Sum- 
maries of doctoral dissertations, 15: 65—67. 

[1502 

Lewis Jacobs. Experimental cinema in 
America [1921-47]. Hollywood quar., 3: 
111-124, 278-292 (winter-spring), views, 
notes. [1503 



Album 1923. Theatre arts, 32 (no. 5): 
33-63 (Aug-Sep). cartoons, facsims., 
ports., views. Contents. — Theatre, by 
Ward Morehouse. — The Theatre Guild: 
season 1923. — Postscript to '23. — Motion 
pictures, by Howard Dietz. — Hollywood: 
a target then as now. — Theatre abroad, 
by Barrett H. Clark. — Community 
theatre, by George Freedley.- — Vaude- 
ville, by Joe Laurie, Jr. — Music, by Pierre 
Monteux (as told to Alan Kayes). — 
Dance, by Ruth Page. — Radio, by 
Norman Brokenshire. — The best since 
'23. [1504 

Edwin Denby. The American ballet. 
Kenyan rev., 10: 638-651 (autumn). On 
"the acclimatization of ballet in the 
United States," 1934-47. [1505 

Bill Butler. The ANTA. Players mag., 
24: 151 (Apr). On the American Na- 
tional Theatre and Academy, 1935-48. 

[1506 

Robert Katz & Nancy Katz. Docu- 
mentary in transition. Part i: the United 
States. Hollywood quar., 3: 425-433 
[summer]. To be concl. On the use of 
motion pictures for public information, 
1942-47. [1507 

Cedric Larson. The domestic motion 
picture work of the Office of War Infor- 
mation [Jun. 1942-ca. Jun. 1943]. Holly- 
wood q^iar., 3: 434-443 [summer], notes. 

[1608 



The Pine Arts 



Henry Steele Commager. The Ameri- 
can architect. 19th cent., 143: 212-221 
(Apr). Sketch of American architecture, 
ca. 1606-1948. [1509 

James Marston Fitch. American build- 
ing: the forces that shape it. Boston: 
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1948. xiii, [3], 
382 p. diagrs., views, notes. Includes 
history of building in the United States, 
1620-1945. [1510 

Denys Sutton. American painting [ca. 
1675-1948]. [London] Avalon Press 
[1948]. 31, [5] p. ports, and views on 



[44] plates (part col.), bibliog. (p. 33). 
(Discussions on art.) [1511 

Charles D. Childs. The eighteenth- 
century portrait painter and his public 
[1700-1800]. Antiques, 53: 49-51 (Jan), 
ports. [1512 

Henry J. Kaufifman. Coppersmithing 
in 18th century America [1738-92]. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 11): 15-16, 23 (Dec), 
facsims, [1513 

Charles Coleman Sellers. Charles 
Willson Peale's career as a painter [1763- 
1826]. Am. Phil. Soc, Proc, 92: 105- 
106 (May), port. [1514 



90 



Malcolm Vaughan. IStli century wax 
portrait of Washington. Am. collector, 
17 (no. 4): 5 (May), port. Describes a 
wax relief, ca. 1783, attributed to Joseph 
Wright. [1515 

Theodore Bolton. Gothic revival archi- 
tecture in America: the history of a style 
[1789-1923]. Am. collector, 17 (no. 3): 
6-9; (no. 4): 15-18; (no. 5): 16-19 (Api- 
Jun). views. Includes a chronological 
"Check list of buildings." [1616 

Thomas Clemons. Oldest statue of 
George Washington. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
80-81 (Feb), view. On a wooden statue 
carved in New York by William Sullivan, 
1792. [1517 

Albert Ten Eyck Gardner. Fragment 
of a lost monument. Met. Mus. Art bul., 
6: 189-197 (Mar), ports. On portraits 
of Washington, done at Philadelphia, ca. 
1792, by Giuseppe Ceracchi (1751-1802). 

[1518 

Joyce Black Qnau. An American side- 
board. Detroit Inst. Arts, Bid., 
27: 89-91 (no. 3). view. Describes a 
sideboard made ca. 1795-ca. 1800. 

[1519 

Edmund Bury. Raphaelle Peale (1774- 
1825), miniature painter. Am. collector, 
17 (no. 7): 6-9 (Aug), ports. On Peale 
as a miniaturist in Baltimore, Charleston, 
and Philadelphia, with "Checklist of 
miniatures by Raphaelle Peale (some 
attributed to him)," 1796-1821. [1520 

Edgar Preston Richardson. Washing- 
ton AUston [1779-1843]: a study of the 
romantic artist in America. Chicago: 
Univ. of Chicago Press [1948]. ix, 233, 
[1] p. ports, and views on 60 plates, 
bibliog. (p. 220-228). On Allston as a 
painter in Boston and London, 1796- 
1840. "Catalogue of the existing and 
recorded paintings of Washington All- 
ston," by Edgar Preston Richardson and 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Dana 
(p. 183-219). [1521 

Talbot Hamlin. Benjamin Henry 
Latrobe, 1764-1820. Mag. of art, 41: 
89-95 (Mar), diagrs., views. On Latrobe 



as an architect in the United States, 
1797-1820. [1522 

John Ramsay. Old prints [1798-1948]. 
Hobbies, 52 (nos. 11-12), 53 (nos. 1-10), 
installment in each monthly issue, Jan.- 
Dec. Contents. — Christmas prints. — 
Lithographs elected Lincoln [I860]. — 
Prints as gifts. — The art of lithography. — 
Military prints. — Chromolithographs. — 
Campaign prints. — Color in lithographs. — 
Cautions in collecting prints. — [Napoleon] 
Sarony [born 1821; lithographer and 
photographer in New York, ca. 1846 ff.] 
and his prints. — The Endicotts [George, 
William, and Francis, lithographers in 
Baltimore and New York, 1830-ca. 
1865]. — American railroad prints [1825- 
ca. 1900]. [1523 

Charles Coleman Sellers. The Peale 
silhouettes. Am. collector, 17 (no. 4): 
6-8 (May), ports. On machine-made 
silhouettes prepared with the physiogno- 
trace of John Isaac Hawkins, 1802-24. 

[1524 

Charles Coleman Sellers. Colonial 
and Federal faces: a note on contrasts 
in the portraits of Charles Willson, James, 
and Rembrandt Peale. Art guar., 11: 
268-271, 273 (summer), ports. Illus- 
trated by portraits of William Tilghman 
and Robert Fulton, each painted by 
Charles Willson Peale and his son 
Rembrandt Peale, 1806?-1807? [1525 

Frank Weitenkampf. As early foreign 
artists saw us [ca. 1807-1857]. N.-Y. 
Hist. Soc. guar., 32: 269-279 (Oct), 
views, notes. [1526 

Edgar Preston Richardson. Robert 
Fulton, by Rembrandt Peale. Detroit 
Inst. Arts, Bul, 27 (no. 3): 69-72. 
port, notes. Reprinted: Art guar., 11: 
160-161, 163, 165, 167 (spring), port. 
On a portrait painted in 1809 or 1810, 

[1527 

Russell Walton Thorpe. The Waldo 
portraits of our seventh President. 
Antiques, 53: 364-365 (May), ports. 
On four portraits of Andrew Jackson, 
1817 flf., painted by Samuel Lovett Waldo 
(1783-1861). [1528 



91 



The rediscovery of George Harvey. 
Connoisseur, 122 (no. 510): 120-121 
(Dec), view. On Harvey (1800?-1878?) 
as a painter in America, ca. 1820-ca. 
1846. [1529 

Donald A. Shelley. George Harvey and 
his atmospheric landscapes of North 
America. N.-Y. Hist. Soc. guar., 32: 
104-113 (Apr), views. Describes an 
exhibit of paintings of George Harvey 
(1800?-1878?), with a list of 51 of his 
paintings, ca. 1820 ff. [1530 

Donald A. Shelley. George Harvey 
[1800?-1878?], English painter of atmos- 
pheric landscapes in America. Am. col- 
lector, 17 (no. 3): 10-13 (Apr), views. 
On Harvey in America as a painter, 
1820-1875? [1531 

Julian Blanchard. Bank notes pro- 
duced by Diirand, Perkins, & Co. Essay 
proof jour., 5: 203-206 (Oct), facsims. 
notes. Productions of a New York 
firm, 1828-ca. 1832. [1532 

Loyd Haberly. Pursuit of the horizon: 
a life of George Catlin [1796-1872], 
painter & recorder of the American Indian. 
N. Y.: Macmillan Co., 1948. xiii, [3], 
239 p. ports., views. On Catlin as a 
painter of Indians in East and West, 
1829-72. [1533 

Newly discovered lithograph after J. L. 
Krimmel. Old Print Shop portfolio, 8: 
77-78 (Dec), view. Describes a colored 
lithograph entitled "Dance in a country 
tavern," by George Lehman after John 
Louis Krimmel, ca. 1833-1836. [1534 

D[onald] D[rew] E[gbert]. Head of 
Andrew Jackson by Frazee. Art Mus., 
Princeton Univ., Rec, 7 (no. 1): 3-4. 
view. On a plaster head by John Frazee, 
1834. [1535 

Ellen Shaffer. Currier and Ives: Ameri- 
can print makers [1834-1907]. Am. 
antiques jour., 3 (no. 11): 6-9, 20 (Nov), 
views. [1536 

C. L. V. Meeks. Henry Austin [1804-91] 
and the Italian villa. Art bul., 30: 145- 
149 (Jun). plans, views, notes. On 
Italianate houses designed by Austin, of 
Connecticut, 1837-60. [1537 



Wolfgang Born. The panoramic land- 
scape as an American art form [1840 ff.]. 
Art in Ayn., S6: 3~\0 (Jan), views, notes. 

[1538 

Frank Weitenkampf. What is Ameri- 
can in early American prints [ca. 1840- 
ca. 1870]? Am. collector, 17 (no. 9): 14- 
16, 22 (Oct), views. [1539 

Robert George Mclntyre. Martin 
Johnson Heade, 1819-1904. N. Y.: Pan- 
theon Press [1948. 12], 71 p. facsims., 
ports., and views on 24 plates. On 
Heade as painter and poet, ca. 1843 ff. 

[1540 

Margery Moodey Mayer. Domestic 

architecture of the "Reign of Terror" in 
the United States. Soc. Architectural 
Historians, Jour., 7 (nos. 3-4): 25-26 
(Jul-Dec). Abstract of thesis (m. a.) — 
Oberlin College, 1939. On Gothic and 
other styles, 1844-97. [1541 

Julian Blanchard. Asher B. Durand 
the engraver of the 1847 stamp Franklin 
portrait. Essay proof jour., 5: 67- 70 
(Apr), facsim. [1542 

Claude E. Simmons. A Lincoln paint- 
ing: Bicknell's "Lincoln at Gettysburg." 
Hobbies, 53 (no. 1): 38, 41 (Mar), views. 
Describes a painting by Albion H. Bick- 
nell (1837-1915), of Maiden, Mass. [1543 

Marguerite Hall Albjerg. A nineteenth 
century Hoosier artist — Samuel Richards, 
1853-1893. hid. mag. kid., 44: 143-160 
(Jun) . notes. On Richards as a painter 
in Indiana, IVIunich (1880-91), and 
Denver, ca. 1870-1893. [1544 

Sinclair Hamilton. Homer Martin as 
illustrator. New colophon, 1: 256-263 
(Jul), views, notes. On Martin's draw- 
ings for wood engravings, 1 870-81 . [1 545 '■ 

i 
Edgar Preston Richardson. The dinner t 
horn, by Winslow Homer. Art quar., 11:1 
153-157 (spring), views, notes. De-^ 
scribes an engraving and a painting, 
1870-73. [1546; 

I 
Alfred V. Frankenstein. Harnett: one' 
centur}\ Art news, 47 (no. 5): 15-17, 'j 
52-53 (Sep), port., views. On William. 
Michael Harnett (1848?-1892) as a 



92 



I 



painter in Philadelphia, Europe, and New 
York, 1874-92. [1547 

Bessie M. Lindsey. Important persons 
sculptured in glass. Hobbies, 53 (no. 8): 
85, 102; (no. 9): 85 (Oct-Nov). ports. 
Describes glass statuettes made by 
Gillinder & Sons for sale at the Cen- 
tennial Exposition, Philadelphia, 1876. 

[1548 

Cass Gilbert: master builder. Am. Soc. 
Legion of Honor mag., 19: 105-128 
(summer). On Gilbert as an architect, 
ca. 1878-1934. [1549 

Mabel Hall Goltra. Peter S. Newell 
[1862-1924], cartoonist. III. State Hist. 
Soc, Joxir., 41: 134-145 (Jun). port., 
views. On Newell as a commercial 
artist in Illinois and New Jersey, 1880- 
1924. [1550 

Alfred Frankenstein. Haberle: or the 
illusion of the real. Mag. of art, 41: 
222-227 (Oct), facsims., views. On John 
Haberle (1856-1933) and his career as a 
painter, 1882-98. [1551 

Robert Henri [1865-1929]: pioneer of 
modernism in American art. Am. Soc. 
Legion of Honor mag., 19: 129-142 
(summer). On Henri as a painter, ca. 
1886-1929. [1552 

William Ordway Partridge [1861-1930], 
sculptor. Am. Soc. Legion of Honor ynag., 
19: 143-150 (summer). On Partridge as 
a sculptor, 1887-ca. 1921. [1553 

Henry Vincent Hubbard [1875-1946]: 
an official minute on his professional life 
and work. Landscape architecture, 38: 
47-57 (Jan), port, notes. On Hub- 
bard as a landscape architect, teacher, 
author and editor, and city planner, 
1901-46. Contributions by Bradford 
Williams, Edward Clark Whiting, Bremer 



W. Pond, Harold W. Lautner, Howard 
K. Menhinick, Frederick Bigger, Harlean 
James, Robert Wheelwright, Markley 
Stevenson, and Katherine McNamara. 

[1554 

Henry S. Churchill. Notes on Frank 
Lloyd Weight. Mag. of art. 41: 62-66 
(Feb), diagrs., port., views. On Wright 
as an architect, 1902 ff. [1555 

Milton W. Brown. Twentieth-century 
nostrums: pseudoscientific theory in 
American painting [1903-29]. Mag. of 
art., 41: 98-101 (Mar), diagrs., views. 

[1556 

Daniel Catton Rich. Freedom of the 
brush. Atlantic mo., 181 (no. 2): 47-51 
(Feb) . On the growing vogue of abstract 
and surrealist painting since 1915. [1557 

John Kent Tilton. Franco Scalamandr6 
and his fine reproductions of old textiles 
[1924-48]. Am. collector, 17 (no. 10): 
12-14 (Nov), views. [1558 

What is happening to modern architec- 
ture? N. Y., 1948. 21, [3] p. views. 
(Mus. Mod. Art buL, v. 15, no. 3.) 
Symposium at the Museum of Modern 
Art, Feb. 11, 1948, to discuss an article 
by Lewis Mumford in the New Yorker of 
Oct. 11, 1947, with speeches by Alfred 
H. Barr, Jr., Henry-Russell Hitchcock, 
Walter Gropius, George Nelson, Ralph 
T. Walker, Christopher Tunnard, Fred- 
erick Gutheim, Marcel Breuer, Peter 
Blake, Gerhard Kallmann, Talbot Ham- 
lin, Lewis Mumford, and Carl Koch, 
dealing with "architecture as an art" 
and as "mere building" and with func- 
tionalism and the "Bay Region Style," 
1932-48. [1559 

Carl Zigrosser. Ten years of serigraphy 
[1938-47]. New colophon., 1: 58-66 (Jan), 
col. view. [1560 



Music 



Jennie Lee Ragan. American music 
[1619-1948]. D. A. R. mag., 82: 341-344 
(May). [1561 

Richard A. Waterman. "Hot" rhythm 
in Negro music [ca. 1619 ff.]. Am. 



MusicoLOGicAL Soc, Jour., 1 (no. 1): 
24-37 (spring), notes. [1562 

Cedric Larson. Our musical Swedes: 
Swedish-Americans celebrate pioneer cen- 
tennial. Musical digest, 30 (no. [6]): 12- 



93 



13 (Jun-Jul). ports., view. On Swedish 
music and musicians in America, 1638- 
1948. [1563 

Arthur A. Hauser. Music publishing 
in America [1698-1948]. Musical Am., 
68 (no. 10): 33, 41 (Sep), ports. [1564 

The story of music in America. Musical 
Am., 68 (no. 1) 7, 24, 38; (no. 4): 6-7, 
50; (no. 5): 11, 50; (no. 7): 10, 34; (no. 
8): 34; (no. 9): 12, 26; (no. 15): 9, 42. 
Cont. These installments: 1765-1947. 
Contents. — Minneapolis, by Norman 
Houk. — Texas, by John Rosenfield.— 
Pacific Northwest, by Hazel Gertrude 
Kinscella. — Seattle, by Hazel Gertrude 
Kinscella. — Los Angeles, by Albert Gold- 
berg. — Baltimore, by George Kent Bel- 
lows. [1565 

Frank Weitenkampf . Social history in 
American music covers. Ain. collector, 
17 (no. 2): 9-11, 22 (Mar), facsims. 
On "information available in the illus- 
trated covers of sheet music," 1798-1881. 

[1566 

David Rankin Barbee. Our U. S. 
Marine Band: story of the only official 
musical organization [1800-1948]. Musi- 
cal digest, 30 (no. [6]): 22-23, 38; (no. 7): 
18-21 (Jun-Sep). ports., views. [1567 

Irving Loweois. The first matinee idol: 
Louis IMoreau Gottschalk. Mtisicology, 
2: 23-34 [fall]. On Gottschalk as pianist 
and composer in America, 1853-65. [1568 

Charles Beaumont. March king: John 
Philip Sousa. Musical digest, 30 (no. 5): 
10-13 (May), facsims., ports., view. 
On Sousa (1854-1932) as a bandmaster 
and composer, 1868-1932. [1569 

James Francis Cooke. Theodore Pres- 
ser (1848-1925): educator, publisher, 
philanthropist — a centenary biography. 
Etude, 66: 404-405, 441, 479, 501, 529, 
532, 587, 643, 659, 714-715, 728, 781 
(Jul-Dec). facsim., ports., views. To 
be cont. On Pressor as a printer and pub- 
lisher of music in Pennsylvania, ca. 1870 
ff., and as founder of Etude, 1883. [1570 

Frederick Pease Harlow. Chanteying 
aboard American ships. A7n. Neptune, 
8: 81-99 (Apr), music. To be cont. 



On four types of chanteys, ca. 1870-ca. 
1890. [1571 

Richard S. Hill. Getting Kathleen 
home again. Notes, 5: 338-353 (Jun). 
facsims., port. On I'll take you home 
again, Kathleen (1876) by Thomas Paine 
Westendorf (1848?-1923). [1572 

We remember Lilli Lehmann: an esti- 
mate of the first lady of opera by three 
famous associates, as told to Edward J. 
Smith. Musical digest, 30 (no. 1): 10-11, 
14-15 (Jan), facsim., ports. Reminis- 
cences, 1884-1923, by Geraldine Farrar, 
Walter Damrosch, and Olive Fremstad. 

[1573 

Ulysses Walsh. Gilbert Girard. Hob- 
bies, 52 (no. 12): 33-35 (Feb), port. On 
Girard as an imitator of animal sounds and 
maker of records, ca. 1888-ca. 1923. 

[1574 

Ulysses Walsh. Joe Belmont: "the 
Human Bird." Hobbies, 53 (no. 1): 35- 
37 (Mar). On Joseph Walter Fulton 
(born 1876) as a whistling virtuoso and 
record-maker, 1892-1929. [1575 

Paul Moor. On horseback to heaven: 
Charles Ives. Harper's, 197 (no. 1180): 
65-73 (Sep). On Charles Edward Ives 
(born 1874) as musician and composer, 
1894-1930. [1576 

Burnet C. Tuthill. Daniel Gregory 
Mason. Musical guar., 34: 46-57 (Jan), 
music, port, notes. On Mason (born 
1873) as a musician and composer, 1894- 
1948, with a "List of works." [1577 

Ulysses Walsh. Another memorable 
"John Bieling Day." Hobbies, 53 (no. 
10): 33-35 (Dec), port. Report of a 
gathering of "pioneer recording artists" 
at Garden City, L. I., Sep. 10, 1948, in 
honor of John H. Bieling, with reminis- 
cences of phonograph record-makers, ca. 
1894-1948. [1578 

Ulysses Walsh. Frederic C. Freemantel. 
Hobbies, 53 (no. 5): 32-33 (Jul), port. 
On Freemantel as a tenor singer and 
record-maker, 1896-1948. [1579 

S. Brunson Campbell. Ragtime begins: 
early days with Scott Joplin recalled. 



94 



Record changer, 7 (no. [3]): 8, 18 [Mar], 
view. Reminiscences, 1898-1909. [1580 

Musical America. Golden Jubilee is- 
sue, 1948. N. Y.: Musical America 
Corp., 1948. 466, [2] p. facsims., 
ports., views. (Musical America, v. 68, 
no. 3, Feb.) Contents. — John C. 
Freund, editor-crusader, by A. Walter 
Kramer. — The golden jubilee of Musical 
America [1898-1948], by Herbert F. 
Peyser. — The later years, by Quaintance 
Eaton. — How audiences grew, by Cecil 
Smith. — Music between two wars, by 
Robert Sabin. — Early memories of the 
Metropolitan [1898-99], by John Alan 
Haughton. — America's orchestras, by 
Cecil Smith. — Four decades of the dance, 
by Robert Sabin. — -Random recollections 
of 40 years, by Herbert F. Peyser. — And 
still no revolution! by Ernest Newman. — 
Criticism: an unrealized potential, by 
Alfred V. Frankenstein. — A half century 
of opera, by Francis D. Perkins. — New 
sets for Wagner's ring, by Herbert F. 
Peyser. — Forward steps in music educa- 
tion, by Howard Hanson. — A symphonist 
goes to folk sources, by Donald Fuller. — 
Federation takes stock of 50 years, by 
Marie Morrissey Keith. — Metropolitan 
gives Peter Grimes, by Robert Sabin. — 
[Other contributions, of only contem- 
porary interest.] [1681 

Ulysses Walsh. Sylvester Louis Oss- 
man; "the Banjo King." Hobbies, 53 
(no. 7): 32-33; (no. 8): 36-38, 57; (no. 9): 
31-32 (Sep-Nov). port. To be cont. 
On Vess L. Ossman (1868-1923) and 
records made by him, 1898-ca. 1917. 

[1582 

Ulysses Walsh. Grace Spencer: "First 
Lady of the Phonograph." Hobbies, 
53 (no. 2): 35-36, (no. 3): 31-32 (Apr- 
May). On Miss Spencer (Mrs. Willard 
Foster Doolittle) as "the first woman to 
have her voice reproduced on a Victor 
disc," ca. 1900, with an autobiographical 
letter from her. - [1583 

John Douglas Cook. Enrico Caruso — 
the human side. Opera and concert, 
13 (no. 7): 12-15, 28-29 (Jul), cartoons, 
facsim., ports. On Caruso in America, 
1903 ff. [1584 



The passing of a noted American artist. 
Etude, 66: 519, 522, 576 (Sep), port. 
On Lucy Mary Olga Agnes (Hicken- 
looper) Stokowski (1882-1948), better 
known as Olga Samaroff, and her career 
as pianist and piano teacher, 1905-48. 

[1585 

Beinald Werrenrath. Hobbies, 53 (no. 
6): 32-33, 37 (Aug), port. On Wer- 
renrath (born 1883) as a concert baritone 
and record-maker, 1907-48. [1586 

Bill Russell. Mutt Carey [1892-1948]. 
Record changer, 7 (no. 11): 7 (Nov). 
facsim., port. On Carey as a jazz band 
musician, ca. 1915-1948. [1587 

Bill Qrauer. "Kid Punch." Record 
changer, 7 (no. 6): 10, 25 (Jun). port. 
On Ernest Miller (born 1897) as a jazz 
band musician, 1919-48. [1588 

Charles Edward Smith. Cultural an- 
thropology and the reformed tramp. 
Record changer, 7 (no. 6): 11-12, 24 (Jun). 
cartoons. On the development of jazz, 
ca. 1920-1948. [1589 

Arthur Lynds Bigelow. Carillon: an 
account of the Class of 1892 bells at 
Princeton with notes on bells and carillons 
in general. Princeton: Princeton Univ. 
Press, 1948. x, [4], 75, [16] p. diagrs., 
music, views. On the Princeton carillon 
(installed 1927) and "The carillon in 
America" (1922-48), with "A list of the 
carillons in the United States and 
Canada." [1590 

Marion Bauer & Claire B. Beis. 
Twenty-five years with the League of 
Composers [1923-48]. Musical quar., 34: 
1-14 (Jan), views. [1591 

Charles Edward Smith. Clarence Wil- 
liams: the trail of an unissued album led 
to the most fabulous jazzman of them all 
[1923-25]. Record changer, 7 (no. 4): 
6-7 (Apr), port. [1592 

John Briggs. George Gershwin: a re- 
appraisal [1924 ff.]. Tomorrow, 7 (no. 
11): 20-24 (Jul), port. [1593 

Eddie Condon. The Blue Blower. Rec- 
ord changer, 7 (no. 5): 7 (May), port. 
Reminiscences of Red McKenzie (1899- 
1948) as a jazz band musician, 1924-36, 

[1594 



938918—52- 



95 



Joseph Mannone & Paul Vandervoort 

II. Trumpet on the wing. Garden City, 
N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. 256 p. ports., 
views. "Discography" (p. 240-256) 
Autobiography of Joseph Mannone, alias 
Wingy Manone (born 1904), recounting 
his boyhood in New Orleans and his 
career as a jazz trumpet player, ca. 1924 
ff. [1595 

Leslie M. Collins. A song, a dance, and 
a play. Southw. jour., 3: 65-81 (winter), 
notes. Condensed from a thesis. Western 
Reserve Univ. A study of the lives of 
Marian Anderson ("A song"), Katherine 
Dunham ("A dance"), and Paul Robeson 
("A play") as representing "the tradition 
of Negro protest," 1925-48. [1596 

Barry Ulanov. The incredible Crosby. 
N. Y.: Whittlesey House [1948]. xiii, 
[3], 336 p. ports. "A Crosby dis- 
cography" (p. 297-321). On Bing Crosby 
(originally Harry Lillis Crosb}-, Jr., born 
1901) as a singer, 1925-48. [1597 



Vema Arvey. George Gershwin through 
the eyes of a friend [ca. 1930 ff.]. Opera 
and concert, 13 (no. 4): 10-11, 27-28 
(Apr), ports. [1598 

Tadd Dameron. The case for modern 
music: an originator of be-bop tells how 
it started and what it's all about. Record 
changer, 7 (no. 2): 5, 16 (Feb), port. 
Reminiscences of a pianist and arranger, 
1938-48. [1599 

Orrin Keepnews. Sweet Papa Jelly 
Roll: ten year history of Morton's Li- 
brary of Congress recordings. Record 
changer, 7 (no. 2): 6-7 (Feb), port. On 
recordings of New Orleans jazz made by 
Ferd Morton (died 1942), with his 
autobiographical comments, 1938. [1600 

Orrin Keepnews. The evolution of bop: 
Illinois Jacquet as a case in point [1940- 
48]. Record changer, 7 (no. [3]): 9-10, 
18 (Mar), cartoons. [1601 



THE SCIENCES 



A. Richards. The laboratory as an 
early factor in developing biolog3\ Bios, 
19: 101-111 (May), notes. On the 
study and teaching of biology in the 
United States, 1643-ca. 1873. [1602 

John W. Streeter. John Winthrop, 
Junior, and the fifth satellite of Jupiter. 
I sis, 39: 159-163 (Aug), notes. Obser- 
vation made by Winthrop at Hartford, 
Conn., Aug. 6, 1664, compared with an 
observation made by Edward Emerson 
Barnard at Lick Observatory, Sep. 9, 
1892. [1603 

Francis W. Pennell. Quaker botanists. 
Friends Hist. Assoc, BuL, 37: 3-13, 
63-82 (spring-autumn), notes. Includes 
botanists in America, 1739-1900. 

[1604 

I. Bernard Cohen. In defense of Ben- 
jamin Franklin. Scientific Am., 179 (no. 
2): 36-43 (Aug), facsims., map, port., 
views. On Franklin as a scientist, 1744 ff. 

[1605 



Whitman M. Reynolds. Inoculation 
for the smallpox in colonial America. 
Bui. hist, med., 22: 273-276 (May-Jun). 
Includes an excerpt from "Plain instruc- 
tions for inoculation in the small-pox," 
by Sir William Heberden, F. R. S., printed 
in Benjamin Franklin, Some account of 
the success of inoculation for the small-pox 
in England and America (London, 1759), 
and a commentary on the same by 
"Americanus," New Jersey, Apr. 21, 1760, i 
published in the Pennsylvania gazette. I 

[1606 

Richard Harrison Shryock. Current I 
trends and issues in American medicine. | 
General mag. and hist, chron., 50: 149- 163 | 
(spring). Includes historical references, ' 
1793 ff. [1607 

Edward Katz & Peter Paulson. A ! 
brief history of the diving rod in the 
United States [ca. 1800 ff.]. Am. Soc. 
Psychical Research, Jour., 42: 119-131 
(Oct), notes. To be concl. [1608 



96 



Richard Harrison Shryock. American 
indifference to basic science during the 
nineteenth century [1800 1900]. Arch, 
intern. d'hi.<^t. des sciences, 28 (no. 5) : 50-65 
(Oct), notes. [1609 

Leo Otis Colbert. Hitching our country 
to the stars. Surveying and mapping, 8: 
200-213 (Oct-Dec). maps, views. Re- 
printed from Scientific monthly, Nov. 
1947. On the Coast and Geodetic Sur- 
vey, 1807-1947. [1610 

H. George Wolfe. James Cutbush 
[1788-1823] — author, teacher, apothecarj' 
general. Am. jour, pharmaceutical educ, 
-12: 89-125 (Jan), notes. On Cutbush 
as a chemist and an Army apothecary, 
1808-23, with a bibliographj' of his writ- 
ings and some account of his brothers 
Edward and William. [1611 

Elmer D. Merrill. C. S. Rafinesque, 
with notes on his publications in the 
Harvard Libraries. Harv. Lib. bid., 2; 
5-21 (winter), notes. On Constantine 
Samuel Rafinesque (1783-1840), botanist, 
who lived in Philadelphia, 1802-04, and 
in New York, Lexington (Ky.), Philadel- 
phia, and elsewhere, 1815-40. [1612 

Edmund W. Sinnott. The American 
journal of science, 1818-1948. Science, 
108: 227-229 (Sep 3). port. [1613 

H. A. Hall. Liside story. QM rev., 28 
(no. [3]): 32-33, 101-102, 105-106 (Nov- 
Dec). port. Studies of the stomach of 
Alexis St. Martin by William Beaumont, 
Surgeon, U. S. Army, 1822-25, 1829-32. 

[1614 

Paul H. Oehser. Solyman Brown's 
I Dentohgia. Am. scientist, 36: 573-576 
j (Oct). Describes and quotes Dentologia: 
I A poem on the diseases of the teeth, and their 
I proper remedies. By Solyman Brown. 
i With notes, practical, historical, illustrative, 
; and explanatory, by Eleazar Parmly, den- 
' list (N. Y., 1833). [1615 

The old sailor on the numbers racket. 
Rocks and minerals, 23: 700-703 (Aug), 
facsim. notes. Signed: Timber Hitch. 
On editions of James Dwight Dana, A 
system of mineralogy, 1837-90, and the 
, system of numbering minerals. [1616 



William J. Gies. Historical review. 
Am. College Dentists, Jour., 15: 103- 
106 (Sep). Historj^ of the dental profes- 
sion, 1839-1948. [1617 

Henry D. Janowitz. Newly discovered 
letters concerning William Beaumont, 
Alexis St. Martin, and the American Fur 
Company. Bui. hist, vied., 22: 822-832 
(Nov-Dec). Includes correspondence of 
the American F'ur Co., relating to efforts 
of Dr. Beaumont, at St. Louis, to procure 
the return of St. Martin from Canada to 
submit to medical observation, 1839. 

[1618 

Samuel Wood Qeiser. Biographical 
note on Dr. Ferdinand Rugel [1806-79], 
American botanist. Field & lab., 16: 
113-119 (Jun). port, notes. On a bo- 
tanical collector in the United States, 
1840-49. [1619 

John W. Oliver. A significant decade 
in science [1840-48]. Scientific mo., 67: 
83-86 (Aug). [1620 

Laurence B. Dodds & Francis W. 
Crotty. "The new doctrinal trend." 
Patent Office Soc, Jour., 30: 83-120 
(Feb), diagrs. notes. Evidence, 1845- 
1947, that "the majority of the great and 
classic inventions which have been tested 
in the Courts were hemmed about by the 
near inventions of many others and that, 
in each case, they represented that small 
advance which converted failure into 
commercial success," with illustrations 
from the patents of the electric lamp (in- 
candescent) of Thomas A. Edison (1880), 
the barbed-wire fence of J. S. Glidden 
(1874), the telephone of Alexander Gra- 
ham Bell (1876), the electromagnetic (in- 
duction) motor of Nikola Tesla (1888), 
and the air brake of George Westinghouse, 
Jr. (1869). [1621 

Edward S. Brackett. The conquest of 
puerperal infection, 1846-1946. R. I. 
wed. jour., 31: 235-239, 246 (Apr). 

[1622 

Charles M. Haar. E. L. Youmans: a 
chapter in the diffusion of science in 
America. Jour. hist, ideas, 9: 193-213 
(Apr), notes. On Edward Livingston 
Youmans (1821-87) and his writings, 
184fr-87. [1623 



97 



Mary Louise Marshall. Dr. Holmes 
and American medical literature. Bui. 
hist, med., 22: 277-287 (May-Jun). 
notes. Refers to the report of Oliver 
Wendell Holmes as chairman of the 
Committee on Medical Literature of the 
American Medical Association, 1848, 
and reprints a criticism of the report 
from the Southern medical and surgical 
journal, Holmes's reply, and comments 
on the reply. [1624 

F. B. Moulton. The American Asso- 
ciation for the Advancement of Science: 
a brief historical sketch [1848-1948]. 
Science, 108: 217-218 (Sep 3). [1625 

William Marshall MacNevin. Theo- 
dore George Wormley — first American 
microchemist, 1826-1897. Jour. chem. 
educ, 25: 182-186 (Apr), facsim., views, 
notes. On Dr. Wormley (trained as a 
physician) as a teacher of chemistry in 
Philadelphia and Columbus and as 
author of chemical treatises, particularly 
on poisons, 1852-97. , [1626 

Raymund L. Zwemer. The National 
Academy of Sciences and the National 
Research Council [1863-1948]. Science, 
108: 234-238 (Sep 3). ports., view. 

[1627 

Howard Dittrick. Devices to prevent 
premature burial. Jour. hist, med., 3: 
161-171 (winter). diagrs. Describes 
twenty-two devices, patented Aug. 25, 
1868-Jun. 16, 1925, "to permit the person 
entombed alive to escape either by his 
own efforts or by signals to watchers 
awaiting such evidence of life." [1628 

Edward A. White The warfare of 
science and religion. Historian, 11: 
3-13 (autumn), notes. On "the rela- 
tionship of science and religion as 
presented in the works of five American 
academics" — John William Draper, An- 
drew D. White, John Fiske, William 
James, and John Dewey, 1873-1933. 

[1629 

Sister Mary Grace Waring. The Priest- 
ley centennial: turning-point in the 
career of W. George Waring. Jour, 
chemical educ, 25: 647-652 (Dec), facsim. 
On WilUam George Waring (1847-1935) 



as a metallurgist in Pennsylvania, Colo- 
rado, New Mexico, and Missouri, 1879- 
1931. [1630 

P. H. Yancey. Marine biology through 
the ages. Bios, 19: 81-85 (May). Refers 
to marine biological laboratories in the 
United States, 1881-1948, and elsewhere. 

[1631 

James McKeen Cattell. James 
McKeen Cattell [1860-1944]: man of 
science. [Edited by Albert Theodor 
Poffenberger.] Lancaster, Pa.: Science 
Press, 1947 [i. e. 1948]. 2 v. viii, 582; 
viii, 503 p. diagrs., ports. "Bibliog- 
raphy of the writings of James McKeen 
Cattell arranged in chronological order," 
1885-1943 (1: 577-582). Writings and 
addresses relating chiefly to psychological 
research and to statistical study of 
American scientists. [1632 

Thomas Alva Edison. The diary and 
sundry observations of Thomas Alva 
Edison. Edited by Dagobert D[avid] 
Runes. N. Y.: Philosophical Library 
[1948]. xii, 247 p. facsim., ports., views. 
Diary kept in New Jersey, July 12-21, 
1885; and "Sundry observations," being 
undated autobiographical reflections and 
personal opinions. [1633 

Herbert F. Schwarz. Theodore Dru 
Alison Cockerell, 1866-1948. Science, 
108: 295-296 (Sep 17). On Dr. Cockerell 
as an entomologist, conchologist, and 
botanist, 1885-1948. [1634 

Hyman Morrison. The borderland of 
medicine and surgery as conceived by 
Reginald Heber Fitz [1888-1907]. Bui. 
hist, med., 22: 680-684 (Sep-Oct). notes. 

[1635 

Leonard Carmichael. Alfred Church 
Lane, 1863-1948. Science, 108: 567-568 
(Nov 19). On Lane as a geologist in 
Michigan and at Tufts College, 1889- 
1936. [1636 

Hyman Morrison. Reginald Heber 
Fitz's contribution to the understanding 
of acute pancreatitis [1889-1903]. Bui. 
hist, med., 22: 263-272 (May-Jun). 
notes. [1637 



Peyton Rous. Simon Flexner and med- 
ical discovery [1890-1935]. Science, 107: 
611-613 (Jun 11). [1638 

Abraham Arden Brill. In memoriam: 
Richard H[enry] Hutchings, 1869-1947. 
Psychoanalytic quar., 17: 97-101 (Jan). 
On Dr. Hutchings as a psychiatrist, 
1892-1939. [1639 

Carl R. Moore. Frank Rattray Lillie, 
1870-1947. Science, 107: 33-35 (Jan 9). 
On Dr. Lillie as an embryologist and a 
teacher in the University of Chicago and 
the Marine Biological Laboratory at 
Woods Hole, 1893-1947. [1640 

Hanor A. Webb. George William Hun- 
ter (1873-1948). Science educ, 32: 171- 
134 (Apr), port. On Hunter as a 
teacher of biology in Chicago, New York, 
Minnesota, and California, 1896-1948. 

[1641 

Charles A. Shull. Burton Edward 
Livingston, 1875-1948. Science, 107: 
558-560 (May 28). On Livingston 
as a botanist, particularly a plant 
physiologist, in Chicago, Washington, and 
Baltimore, 1898-1947. [1642 

Ralph Penaberton. Impressions of an 
amateur of paleontology. General mag. 
and hist, chron., 50: 65-74 (winter), 
notes. Reminiscences of Amos P. Brown, 
Joseph Leidy, and Edward Drinker Cope, 
of the University of Pennsylvania, in- 
cluding their paleontological expeditions 
to the Black Hills and elsewhere, ca. 1900 

[1643 

John I. Yellott. Alexander Graham 
Christie. Johns Hopkins alumni mag., 
37: 12-16 (Nov). ports., view. On 
Christie's contributions to mechanical 
engineering, particularly power-plant en- 
gineering, 1901-48. [1644 

Abraham Arden Brill. In memoriam: 
Smith Ely Jelliffe (October 27, 1866- 
September 25, 1945). Psychoanalytic rev. 
35: 343-349 (Oct). Reprinted from 
Journal of nervous and mental disease, 
1947. On Jelliffe's career as a psy- 
chiatrist, 1902-39. [1646 

Alfred Einstein Cohn. On Simon Flex- 
ner, 1863-1946. Alfred Einstein Cohn, 



No retreat from reason, and other essays 
(N. Y.: Harcourt, Brace [1948]), p. 227- 
243. On Flexner as Director of the 
Rockefeller Institute, New York, 1902 ff. 

[1646 

Warren B. Mack. Burton E. Living- 
ston, 1875-1948. Scientific mo., 67: 34-38 
(Jul), port. On Dr. Livingston as a 
plant physiologist, 1902-40. [1647 

Karl A. Menninger & George Dev- 
ereux. Smith Ely JeUiffe — father of 
psychosomatic medicine in America. 
Psychoanalytic rev., 35: 350-363 (Oct). 
On Jelliffe as a psychiatrist, 1902-42. 

[1648 

[Abraham Arden Brill, 1874-1948.] 
Psychoanalytic rev., 35: 389-402 (Oct), 
port. Contents. — Dr. Abraham Arden 
Brill [by] C. P. Oberndorf.— BriU: the 
pioneer [by] Fritz Wittels. — Dr. Abraham 
A. Brill as a psychiatrist [1903-48, by] 
Nolan D. C. Lewis. [1649 

[Abraham Arden Brill, m. d., 1874-1948.] 
Psychoanalytic quar., 17: 149-172 (Apr). 
Contents. — A. A. Brill [by] C. P. Obern- 
dorf. — A. A. Brill in American psj'chiatry 
[1903-48, by] Philip P. Lehrman.— 
Curriculum vitae A. A. Brill. — Bibliog- 
raphy of A. A. Brill [181 titles]. [1650 

Martin Qumpert. Histoplasmosis: the 
unknown infection. Scientific Am., 178 
(no. 6): 12-15 (Jun). views. History 
of the disease, 1906-48. [1651 

Stephen Sargent Visher. Education of 
leading scientists. Jour, higher educ, 
19: 233-238 (May), notes. Summaries 
and analysis of 906 replies to a question- 
naire sent in Nov. 1946 to the available 
scientists of the 2,607 scientists starred 
as especially distinguished in scientific 
research in one or more of the seven 
editions of American men of science 
(1906-44). [1652 

Stephen Sargent Visher. Environ- 
mental backgrounds of leading American 
scientists. Am. sociol. rev., 13: 65-72 
(Feb). Study of scientists starred in 
American men of science, 1906-44. [1653 



99 



L. V. Heilbrunn. Sumner Gushing 
Brooks, 1888-1948. Science, 108: 667- 
668 (Dec 10). On Brooks as a cell phys- 
iologist in several parts of the United 
States, 1916-48. [1654 

Robert H. Ivy. Development of plastic 
surgery as a specialty in the United States 
[1917-45]. College Phys. Phila., 
Trans., 16: 42-45 (Apr). [1655 

Brian O'Brian, Harry Griindfest, & 
Emil Smith. Sehg Hecht, 1892-1947. 
Science, 107: 105-106 (Jan 30). On 
Hecht as a specialist in physiological 
optics, particularly human vision, 1917- 

47. [1656 

Arthur T. Jersild. Child psychology 
in the United States (ca. 1920-1947]. 
Teachers College rec, 50: 114-127 (Nov). 
Includes a bibliography of 59 titles, 
1928-47. [1657 

Frank G. Brooks. A reminiscent history 
of Tri Beta. Bios, 19: 29-32 (Mar). 
Account of a biological fraternity, 1922- 

48. [1658 

E. S. Davenport. Progress in the heat 
treatment of steel: "isothermal trans- 
formation" studies in the laboratory have 
supplied the metallurgist with a new 
range of useful properties. Scientific 
Am., 178: 148-153 (Apr), views. Par- 
ticularly on the work of the Research 
Laboratory of the United States Steel 



Corporation at Kearny, N. J., ca. 1928- 
1948. [1659 

Ben Hur Wilson. Mineral club history. 
Mineralogist, 16: 283-286 (Jun-Jul). 
port. On local mineral clubs, 1928 ff., 
and their participation in the American 
Federation of Mineralogical Societies, 
founded 1947. [1660 

Robert Fliess. In memoriam: Ernst 
Simmel, 1882-1947. Psychoanalytic guar., 
17: 1-5 (Jan). On the life and work of 
Dr. Simmel, psychiatrist, who emigrated 
to the United States in 1934, with a 
bibliography of his writings, 1908-48. 

[1661 

Louis Israel Dublin. Health progress, 
1936 to 1945: a supplement to Twenty- 
five years of health progress. N. Y.: 
INIetropolitan Life Insurance Co. [1948]. 
vii, 147 p. diagrs., forms. Statistical 
review of causes of death. [1662 

Irvin Stewart. Organizing scientific 
research for war: the administrative 
history of the Office of Scientific Research 
and Development [1940-47]. Foreword 
by Vannevar Bush. Boston: Little, 
Brown, 1948. xiv. 358 p. [1663 

Edward L. Bortz. Preventable human 
deterioration. JMiss. Valley med. jour., 
70: 121-124 (Jul). Includes comments 
on rejections for military service, 1941-45, 
and on mortality statistics. [1664 



CHURCHES AND RELIGIONS 



Henry Steele Commager. The Ameri- 
can religious scene [ca. 1606-1948). 19th 
cent., 143: 13-20 (.Jan). [1665 

Brooke (Peters) Church. A faith for 
you. N. Y.: Rinehart, 1948. x, 305 p. 
bibliog. (p. 297-305). Description of 
sects in the United States, with some ac- 
count of thoir history, 1607-1948. [1666 

John Herman Randall, Jr. The 

clun-ches and the liberal tradition [ca. 
1620 1947). Am. Acad. Pol. Sci., Ann., 
no. 256, p. 148-164 (Mar), notes. 

[1667 



William Warren Sweet. The American 
churches: an interpretation. N. Y.: j 
Abingdon-Cokesbury Press [1948]. 153 j 
p. notes. On "the principal factors 
which have made organized religion in 
America what it is today," ca. 1620-1948. 

[1668 

William Warren Sweet. The Protes- 
tant churches [ca. 1620-1947]. Am. Ac.\d. 
Pol. Sci., Ann., no. 256, p. 43-52 (:\Iar). 
notes. [1669 

Russell E. Hall. An outline history of 
the Presbyterian Church in America 



100 



[1640-1937]. Presbyt. Hist. Soc, Jovr., 
26: 227-250 (Dec), notes. [1670 

Nelson Waite Rightmyer, comp. List 
of Anglican clergymen receiving a bounty 
for overseas service, 1680-1688. P. E. 
Church, Htst. mag., 17: 174-182 (Jun). 
notes. Arranged alphabetically, with full 
notes. [1671 

Sir St. Vincent Troubridge. Notes on 
DAE: IV. Another- untapped source of 
early American words. Avi. speech, 23: 
117-120 (Apr). On the use of the ar- 
chives of the Society for the Propagation 
of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, founded 
1701, with illustrations from SPG docu- 
ments, 1701-82. [1672 

Walter Herbert Stowe. The state of 
the Episcopal Church. Historiographer, 
1 (no. 8): 3-19 (Lent), notes. On the 
Protestant Episcopal Church in the 
United States, ca. 1702-1948. [1673 

John Clement. Anglican clergymen li- 
censed to the American colonies, 1710- 
1744. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 
207-250 (Sep), notes. Alphabetically 
arranged. [1674 

Francis Harrison Tees. Methodist 
origins. Nashville: Parthenon Press 
[1948]. 223 p. facsims., ports., views. 
On Methodism in America, 1735-85, with 
some mention of later events. [1675 

Charles H. Metzger. Cathohcs in the 
period of the American Revolution [1763- 
81]. Am. Cath. Hist. Soc, Rec., 59: 
195-219, 295-317 (Sep-Dec). notes. 

[1676 

Winfred E. Garrison. Characteristics 
of American organized religion [1776- 
1947]. Am. Acad. Pol. Sci., Ann., no. 
256, p. 14-24 (Mar), notes. [1677 

Alvin Walter Johnson & Frank H. 
Yost. Separation of church and state 
in the United States [1776-1948. 8], 
279 p. notes. "A revised aiud enlarged 
edition of Alvin W. Johnson's The legal 
status of church-state relationships in the 
United States [1934]." [1678 

Nolan Bailey Harmon. The organiza- 
tion of the Methodist Church: historic 



development and present working struc- 
ture [1784-1946]. Nashville: Abingdon- 
Cokesbury Press [1948]. 281, [1] p. 
notes. (The Southwestern lectures for 
the year 1946.) [1679 

Frederick De Land Leete. Methodist 
bishops: personal notes and bibliography, 
with quotations from unpublished writ- 
ings and reminiscences. Nashville: 
Printed by the Parthenon Press [1948]. 
457 p. facsims., ports., views. "Prima- 
rily a bibliography, together with some 
personal data concerning 250 episcopal 
leaders of Methodist Churches," 1784- 
1948. [1680 

James L. Burke. Busses, released time, 
and the political process. Marquette laiv 
rev., 32: 179-187 (Dec), notes. On 
church-state relations, 1786-1947. 

[1681 

Edward Samuel Corwin. The Supreme 
Court as national school board [1787- 
1948]. Thought, 23: 665-683 (Dec), 
notes. [1682 

Richard Cosway & Robert A. Toepfer. 

Religion and the schools [1787-1947]. 
Univ. Cincinnati law rev., 17: 117-143 
(Mar), notes. [1683 

Leo Pfefifer. Religion, education, and 
the Constitution [1787-1948]. Lawyers 
Guild rev., 8: 387-399 (May-.Jun). notes. 

[1684 

Godfrey P. Schmidt. Rehgious hberty 
and the Supreme Court of the United 
States [1787-1948]. Fordhain law rev., 
17: 173-199 (Nov), notes. [1685 

Richard Robert Wright, Jr., ed. The 
encyclopaedia of the African Methodist 
Episcopal Church . . . Second edition. 
Phila., 1947 [i. e. 1948]. 688 p. maps, 
ports., views. First published 1916. 
Biographical, historical, and theological 
data, 1787-1947. [1686 

Benjamin Joseph Blied. Precursors of 
Bishop Henni. Salesianum, 43: 148-155 
(Oct) . On John Carroll, Benedict Flaget, 
Edward Fenwick, Frederick Rese, and 
Peter Lefevre as bishops whose diocese 
included Wisconsin, 1789 ff. [1687 



101 



Jesse William Lonsway. The episcopal 
lineage of the hierarchy in the United 
States, 1790-1948. N. Y.: Distributed 
by F. Pustet Co. [1948. 20] p. (p. 6-15 
tables), fold, table (in pocket). Tables 
showing Catholic bishops. [1688 

Paul B. McMahon. State aid to educa- 
tion and the doctrine of separation of 
church and state [1790-1947]. George- 
town law jour., 36: 631-647 (May), notes. 

[1689 

Frederick Irving Kuhns. New light on 
the Plan of Union. Presbyt. Hist. Soc, 
Jour., 26: 19-43 (Mar), notes. On 
Presbyterian-Congregational relations un- 
der the Plan of Union, 1801-52. [1690 

Edgar De Witt Jones. Lincoln and the 
preachers. N. Y.: Harper [1948]. xviii, 
[2], 203 p. ports. On "Abraham Lin- 
coln and the spiritual leaders of his day 
who . . . entered into his life," ca. 1812- 
1865. [1691 

Thomas T. McAvoy. The formation of 
the Catholic minority in the United 
States, 1820-1860. Rev. politics, 10: 13- 
34 (Jan), notes. [1692 

Robert Andrew Baker. Relations be- 
tween Northern and Southern Baptists 
[ca. 1832-1947. Ft. Worth? Tex.] ^1948. 
295 p. "Bibliographical note" (p. 255- 
265), notes. Based on the author's Yale 
thesis. [1693 

John Lenhart. Father Francis Xavier 
Tschenhens [1801-77], C. SS. R., a pioneer 
priest, 1832-1877. Social justice rev., 41: 
204-207, 244-246, 280-283 (Oct-Dec). 
notes. To be concl. On services in 
Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and New 
York. ' [1694 

Galen Merriam Fisher. Public affairs 
and the Y. M. C. A., 1844-1944, with 
special reference to the United States. 
N. Y.: Association Press, 1948. 199 p. 
bibliog. (p. 187-188). [1695 

Evangelical Lutheran Augustana 
Sjmod of North America. A century 
of life and growth: Augustana, 1848-1948. 
[Oscar Nils Olson, historical editor.] 
Rock Island, 111.: Augustana Book Con- 



cern, 1948. 158 p. facsims., maps, ports 
(part col.), views. [1696 

Beinhold Niebuhr. The impact of 
Protestantism today. Atlantic mo., 181 
(no. 2): 57-62 (Feb). On American Prot- 
estantism since ca. 1850. [1697 

Neal M. Flanagan. History of the 
Servite Order in America [1852-1937]. 
Servite, 40 (no. 1): 3-4; (no. 2): 46, 48; 
(no. 3): 30-31, 33; (no. 4): 18-19; (no. 5): 
12 (Jan-May). [1698 

Benjamin Rabinowitz. The Young 
Men's Hebrew Associations, 1854-1913. 
N. Y.: National Jewish Welfare Board, 
1948. [2], vii, 115 p. bibliog. and notes 
(p. 96-105). Reprinted from Am. Jew. 
Hist. Soc, Pub., no. 37 (1947). [1699 

Robert D. Clark. Bishop Matthew 
Simpson and the Emancipation Proclama- 
tion. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 35: 263-271 
(Sep), notes. On the Methodist view 
of emancipation, 1863. [1700 

Du Bose Murphy. The spirit of a 
primitive fellowship: the reunion of the 
Church [1865]. P. E. Church, Hist, 
mag., 17: 435-448 (Dec), notes. [1701 

John William Harris. Tears and tri- 
umphs: the life story of a pastor-evange- 
list. Louisville, Ky.: Pentecostal Pub. 
Co., "1948. 445 p. ports., views. 
Reminiscences of boj^hood in Ohio and 
of service as a Methodist minister in 
Michigan, Indiana, Missouri, West Vir- 
ginia, and elsewhere, 1870-1948. [1702 

Louis Finkelstein, ed. American spirit- 
ual autobiographies: fifteen self-portraits. 
N. Y.: Harper [1948]. xvi, [2], 276 p. 
ports. Recollections, ca. 1875 to date, 
composed by request in 1948 by M. L. 
Wilson, George N. Shuster, Alvin S. 
Johnson, Lyman Bryson, Raphael Isaacs, 
Harry J. Carman, Harry Emerson 
Fosdick, Rufus M. Jones, Mary K. 
Simkhovitch, William Foxwell Albright, 
Mary McLeod Bethune, Charles S. 
Johnson, William G. Constable, Jacob 
S. Potofsky, and Simon J. Finkelstein, 
with biographical sketches of these 
contributors, by the editor. [1703 



102 



Max Eisen. Christian missions to the 
Jews in North America and Great 
Britain. Jew. social stud., 10: 31-66 
(Jan), notes. Includes an account of 
Jewish mission societies in America, 
1878-1947. [1704 

I. Beverly Lake. Freedom to worship 
curiously [1878-1948]. Univ. Fla. law 
rev., 1: 203-241 (summer), notes. 

[1705 

John B. Bisceglia. Itahan evangelical 
pioneers. Kansas City, Mo.: Brown- 
White-Lowell Press, 1948. 143 p. On 
Protestant missions among Italians in 
• America, 1881-1948. [1706 

Bernard Drachman. The unfailing 
light: memoirs of an American rabbi . . . 
With an introduction and notes by the 
editor [Julian Moses Drachman]. N. Y.: 
Rabbinical Council of America, 1948. 
xxiv, 456 p. facsimsT, ports., views. 
Autobiography of Bernard Drachman 
(1861-1945) as a Jewish leader, 1882 ff. 

[1707 

Thomas R. Ryan. Brownson's tech- 
nique in apologetics. Am. eccles. rev., 
118: 12-22 (Jan), notes. On Orestes 
Brownson, who entered the Catholic 
Church in 1884, and his writings on the 
relation between science and religion. 

[1708 

Lewis Furlan. Father Paul of Gray- 
moor. Lamp, 46: 10-14, 41-44, 76-80, 
105-108, 137-140, 172-174, 201-205, 
233-236, 267-270, 293-296, 327-331, 359- 
362 (Jan- Dec), ports., views, notes. 
To be cont. On Very Reverend Father 
Paul James Francis, in secular life Lewis 
Thomas Wattson (1863-1940), and his 
career as Episcopalian, later Catholic, 
priest, 1885-1940, and as Father Founder 
of the Society of the Atonement, 1898. 

[1709 

Robert. E. Speer [1867-1947]. Princeton 
Seminary bul., 42: 5-17 (summer), port. 
On Dr. Speer's services to the Theo- 
logical Seminary of the Presbyterian 
Church, 1890-1947, particularly as Secre- 
tary to the Board of Foreign Missions 
of the Presbyterian Church in the U. S. A. 
Contents. — The man, by John G. 



Buchanan.— The interpreter of Christ, 
by Charles R. Erdman. — The mis.sionary 
statesman, by John A. INIackay. — Me- 
morial minute, by the Board of Trustees. — 
Memorial minute, by the Faculty. 

[1710 

Arthur Kent White. Some White 
family history. Denver: Pillar of Fire, 
1948. 432 p. ports., views. Recollec- 
tions of Alma (Bridwell) White (1862- 
1946), the author's mother, as founder and 
head of the Pillar of Fire, 1892-1946. 

[1711 

Ray Ellis Garrett. WiUiam Edward 
Biederwolf [1867-1939]: a biography. 
Grand Rapids: Zondervan Pub. House 
[1948]. 116 p. port. Career of a Pres- 
byterian evangelist in several parts of the 
United States, 1895-1939. [1712 

Irene Klingberg & Robert J. Kling- 
berg. J. E. Khngberg, adventurer in 
faith: a biography. Chicago: Baptist 
Conference Press [1948]. 200 p. port., 
views. (Baptist General Conference of 
America. Centenary series.) On John 
Erik Klingberg (1867-1946) as a Baptist 
minister in Chicago and in New Britain, 
Conn., 1898-1946. [1713 

Ralph Thomas. Foundation day. 
Lamp, 46: 23-25 (Jan), port., views. 
On the life of Mother Mary Lurana 
Francis, Mother Foundress of the Sisters 
of the Atonement, 1898. [1714 

Charles S. Braden. The sects. Am. 
Acad. Pol. Sci., A7in., no. 256, p. 53-62 
(Mar). On the growth and groupings of 
237 religious bodies, ca. 1900-1947. 

[1715 

R. E. Harvey. Broadened layman activ- 
ity secured: results achieved from alter- 
ations in Methodist Church polity enacted 
in 1900. Ann. la., 29: 197-240 (Jan). 
Concl. This installment: "Des Moines 
Conference era— 1900-1932." [1716 

J. Allen Cabaniss. A critical review of 
the Book of common worship. Presbyt. 
Hist. Soc, Jour., 26: 87-100 (Jun). 
notes. On a publication of the Presby- 
terian Church in the United States of 
America, editions of 1905, 1931, and 
1946. [1717 



103 



Charles Stedman Macfarland. Chris- 
tian unity in the making: the first 
twenty-five years of the Federal Council 
of the Churches of Christ in America, 
1905-1930. N. Y.: Federal Council of 
the Churches of Christ in America (1948]. 
376 p. bibliog. (p. 361-363). [1718 

Algernon Steele. Significant achieve- 
ments of Negroes in the field of religion 
during the last forty years, 1907-1947. 
Quar. rev. higher educ. among Negroes, 
16: 7-12 (Jan). [1719 

Alexander Preston Shaw. The life and 
work of Bishop Alexander Preston Shaw. 
[Edited] by J[ames] Beverly F[ord] Shaw. 
[Nashville] Parthenon Press [1948]. 
215 p. Biographical sketch of a Negro 
Methodist minister (born 1879), serving 
in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, 
Arkansas, California, and Louisiana, 
1908-48; and "Some of the Bishop's 
outstanding editorial writings, addresses, 
and sermons" (p. 33-215). [1720 

Aaron I. Abell. The Catholic Church 
and social problems in the World War i 
era [1910-22]. Mid-America, 30: 139- 
151 (Jul), notes. [1721 

Southern Baptist Convention. North- 
ern Baptist relations. Quar. rev. (BapL), 
8 (no. 1): 62-77 (1st quarter). "A 
review of the official action of the South- 
ern Baptist Convention , . . dealing 
with relations with Northern Baptists," 
1911-45. [1722 

Laura Williams. My life and vision: 
the story of Bishop (Mother) Laura 



Williams, her own trials, in service to the 
Highest, and her revelations, told by her- 
self to the glory of God. Detroit: Star- 
light Temple of Truth [1948. 10], 86 p. 
ports., views. Autobiography of a share- 
cropper's wife (born 1896), servant, 
beautician, Negro minister, and organizer 
of the Starlight Temple of Truth, 1911- 
48. [1723 

J. A. W[eem8]. Religious freedom and 
the Jehovah's Witnesses [1916-47]. Va. 
law rev., 34: 77-83 (Jan), notes. [1724 

The Baptist Student Union [1919-47]. 
Quar. rev. (BapL), 8 (no. 4): 28-44 (4th 
quarter), ports. Contents. — The gen- 
esis, by John A. Held. — The early history 
and development, by Joseph P. Boone. — ■ 
Call and work of first local secretary, by 
Mrs. R. L. Brown. — A chronological nar- 
rative, by Frank H. Leavell. [1725 

Clarence E. Manion. The church, the 
state, and Mrs." McCollum [1934-48]. 
Notre Dame lawyer, 23: 456-480 (May), 
notes. [1726 

S. Edward Tesh. The Interseminary 
Movement. Shane guar., 9: 28-39 (Jan). 
On the work of an ecumenical and mis- 
sionary organization, 1937-47. [1727 

William A. Elias, Jr. The Jehovah's 
Witnesses cases [1938-47]. Univ. Kan. 
City law rev., 16: 140-161 (Apr-Jun). 
notes. [1728 

Ray H. Abrams. The churches and the 
clergy in World War ii [1939-45]. Am. 
Acad. Pol. Sci., Ann., no. 256, p. 110-119 
(Mar). [1729 



FAMILY HISTORY 



Burke's distinguished families of Amer- 
ica: the lineages of 1600 families of British 
origin now resident in the LTnited States 
of America. London: Burke's Peerage 
[1948]. unpaged, col. coats of arms. 
Originally published as the American 
section of Burke's genealogical and heraldic 
history of the landed gentry, 1939. [1730 

Lawrence Shaw Mayo. The Winthrop 
family in America [1630-1947]. Boston: 



Massachusetts Historical Society, 1948. 
X, 507 p. col. coat of arms, ports., geneal. 
table, bibliogs. Consists mainly of de- 
tailed and documented biographical 
sketches. [1731 

Era Jane (Pettijohn) Chamberlain 
& Clive Abraham Pettijohn, camps. 
Something of the Pettijohn (Pettyjohn) 
family, with particular reference to the 
descendants of James Pettyjohn [1635?- 



104 



1665] of Hungar's Parish, Northampton 
County, Virginia, [n. p.] Priv. print., 
1948. [2], iii, 201 p. ports., views. In- 
chides a chapter on the life of Byer 
Burgess Pettijohn in Ohio and Idaho 
(p. 15-85), in which is inserted an undated 
address by him on his experiences as a 
prisoner of war in South Carolina and 
Georgia, 1863-65 (p. 21-49). [1732 

Albert Dehner Bell, comp. Mollis notes, 
1639-1948: from public and private rec-. 
ords in the States of Marjdand and Dela- 
ware. Rockland, Ohio, 1948. [1], 34 
leaves. Data concerning the HoUis fam- 
ily. [1733 

Howard T. Dimick. Triadic origin of 
the Gregg family. Pa. geneal. mag., 16: 
31-37. notes. Includes reference to 
"eight Greggs who may be regarded as 
colonial family heads," 1648-ca. 1752. 

[1734 

Albert Harlow Dakin, comp. Descend- 
ants of Thomas Dakin [ca. 1624-1708] of 
Concord, Mass. Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle 
Pub. Co. [''1948]. 716 p. coats of arms, 
ports. On the Dakin family in America, 
ca. 1652-1945. [1735 

Eliza Haddon (McClure) Brevoort. 
GuUicks and allied families, 1653-1948. 



[Evansville, Ind.: Burkert- Walton Co., 
1948. 2], 261 p. ports., view. Includes 
wills, deeds, copies of correspondence, 
and other documents. [1736 

Walter Q[uinter] Bunderman, comp. 
Flory, Flora, Fleury family history, 1948. 
Myerstown, Pa.: Church Center Press, 
"1948. 288 p. coat of arms, facsims., 
maps, ports. Genealogical data, 1733- 
1948, including "Civil War letters of 
Jacob B. Flory," dated in Virginia and 
Georgia, 1862-64 (p. 56-67), and other 
documents. [1737 

Evelyn Crady Adams. The Coxes of 
Cox's Creek, Kentucky. Filson Club hist, 
guar., 22: 75-103 (Apr), map. notes. 
On Isaac, Gabriel, and Friend Cox and 
their descendants in Virginia, Maryland, 
Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Ohio, and In- 
diana, 1740-ca. 1860. [1738 

Mabel (Maxwell) Brace. Thanks to 
Abigail: a family chronicle, [n. p.] Priv. 
print., 1948. vi, [2], 192 p. facsim., ports., 
views. On the life of Abigail (Wooster) 
Sanford (born 1780) and her daughter, 
granddaughter, and great-granddaughter 
(the author, born 1858), in several parts 
of the United States. [1739 



OTHER SUBJECTS 



Bernhard Sengfelder. Manner der 
Zuversicht: amerikanische Profile. Wie- 
sentheid: Droemer ["=1948]. 219, [1] p. 
facsims., ports., views. Biographies of 15 
Americans, from Christopher Columbus 
to John D. Rockefeller, 1446-1937. 

[1740 

Edward Bose. Innovations in American 
culture. Social forces, 26: 255-272 
(Mar"). tables. notes. Analysis of 
"some 2550 outstanding 'first happenings' 
occurring within the present area of the 
United States," 1540-1935. [1741 

John Lee McElroy. [The story of the 
national flags representing the various 
allegiances which Virginia has known as 
colony and commonwealth, 1607-1944.] 



Va. mag. hist., 56: 173-175 (Apr). 
views, notes. [1742 

Sigmvind Epstein. An American bio- 
graphic clinic: the lame, the halt, and the 
celebrated [1644-1891]. A^. F. hist., 29: 
72-80 (Jan). ports. On celebrated 
Americans who were crippled: Thaddeus 
Stevens, Alexander Hamilton Stephens, 
Peter Stuyvesant, Gouvorneur Morris, 
Dan Edgar Sickles, Frederick Law 
Olmsted, James Addams Beaver, General 
Lafayette. [1743 

Leonard Woods Labaree. Conserv- 
atism in early American history [ca. 
1664-1776]. N. Y.: New York Univ. 
Press, 1948. xiii, 182 p. notes. (New 
York Univ. Stokes Foundation. Anson 



106 



G. Phelps lectureship on early American 
history.) Partial contents. — Ruling 
families — Plantation and counting- 
house, — Pulpit and broadcloth. — Educa- 
tion and social theory. — A balanced 
government. — The Tory mind. [1744 

Benjamin Franklin. Benjamin Frank- 
lin's autobiography [1706-57]. Intro- 
duction by Dixon Wecter. N. Y.: 
Rinehart [1948]. xiii, 176 p. (Rinehart 
editions, 12.) [1745 

[Henry Thomas Schnittkind & Dana 
Arnold Schnittkind.] 50 great Amer- 
icans: their inspiring lives and achieve- 
ments. By Henry Thomas [pseud.] and 
Dana Lee Thomas [pseud.]. Garden City, 
N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. viii, [2], 468 p. 
ports. Biographies of Americans from 
Benjamin Franklin to George Gershwin 
and Dwight David Eisenhower, 1706- 
1948. [1746 

Douglass Southall Freeman. George 
Washington: a biography. . . . Vol- 
ume one [-two]. Young Washington. 
N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons, 1948. 2 v. 
xxvi, [2], 549; vi, [4], 464 p. facsims., 
maps, ports, bibliogs., notes. On the 
life of Washington from birth to the end 
of 1758, with an account of his ancestry 
and of Virginia society during his early 
years. [1747 

Luiz Magelhaes. George Washington. 
Rio de Janeiro: Editora Universal, 1948. 
118, [1] p. Biography, 1732-99. [1748 

Max Belofif. Thomas Jefferson and 
American democracy. London: Hodder 
& Stoughton [1948]. xi, 271 p. maps, 
port. "For further reading" (p. 262- 
263). (Teach yourself history library.) 
On the whole life of Jefferson, 1743-1826. 

[1749 

Dumas Malone. Jefferson and his 
time. Volume one. Jefferson the 
Virginian [1743-84]. Boston: Little, 
Brown, 1948. xx, [2], 484 p. maps, 
ports., views. "Select critical bibliog- 
raphy" (p. 457-470), notes. [1750 

George Washington. Basic writings of 
George Washington [1753-96]. Edited, 
with an introduction and notes, by Saxe 



Commins. N. Y.: Random House [1948]. 



xvii, 697 p. 



[1751 



John Richard Alden. General Gage 
in America: being principally a history 
of his role in the American Revolution. 
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ. 
Press, 1948. xi, 313 p. map, ports. 
"Bibliographical note" (p. 299-303), 
notes. On the military and administra- 
tive services of Thomas Gage (1721-87) in 
America, 1755-75. [1752 

Albert Somit. Andrew Jackson: legend 
and reality. Tenn. hist, quar., 22: 291- 
313 (Dec), notes. "An examination of 
Jackson's character," 1767-1837. ]1753 

Stewart Hall Holbrook. Little Annie 
Oakley & other rugged people. N. Y.: 
Macmillan Co., 1948. x, [2], 238 p. 
Twenty-eight reprinted articles, most of 
which are sketches of Americans, 1775- 
1945. [1754 

Denis William Brogan. American 
themes [1776 ff.]. London: H. Hamilton 
[1948]. 284 p. Thirty-nine of the au- 
thor's articles, reprinted from periodicals, 
on the Adams family, Mr. Dooley, the 
American constitution, Thomas Paine, 
Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, and 
various contemporary subjects. [1755 

Mina R. Bryan. Thomas Jefferson 
through the eyes of his contemporaries 
[1780^1824]. Frinccton Univ. Lib. chron., 
9: 219-224 (Jun). [1756 

Theodore Sizer. Trumbull's "York- 
town" and the evolution of the national 
flag. Art quar., 11: 356-359 (autumn). 
On sketches and paintings by John 
Trumbull, ca. 1786-1824, depicting "early 
variants of the American flag." [1757 

Alice Eyre. The famous Fremonts and 
their America. [Santa Ana, Calif.] Fine 
Arts Press, 1948. [12], 374 p. facsims., 
maps, ports., views, bibliog. (p. 365- 
366). Biography of John Charles Fre- 
mont (1813-90^ and Jessie (Benton) 
Fremont (1824-1902). [1758 

Richard Hildreth. An American utili- 
tarian: Richard Hildreth as a philosopher, 
with selections from his published and 
unpublished works. [Edited] by Martha 



106 



Mary Pingel. N. Y.: Columbia Univ. 
Press, 1948. xi, [3], 214 p. diagr., 
facsim., port., view, bibliog. (p. 205- 
206). (Columbia studies in American 
culture, no. 20.) M. M. Pingel's thesis — 
Columbia Univ. "Richard Hildreth 
[1807-65] as an American philosopher" 
(p. 1-39) ; and excerpts from his writings, 
1840-54. [1759 

Otto Eisenschiml & E. B. Long. As 

luck would have it: chance and coin- 
cidence in the Civil War. Indianapolis: 
Bobbs-Merrill [1948]. 285 p. facsim., 
maps. bibliog. (p. 276-285). Partly 
Actionized incidents, 1860-65. [1760 

Buth Painter Randall. Little stories 
from the Lincoln Papers. Lincoln herald, 
50 (no. 1): 26-29, 31 (Feb), notes. 
Presents "a few of the little stories or 
self-portraits" from the Lincoln Papers, 
Library of Congress, 1861-64. [1761 

Marc Edmund Jones. George Sylvester 
Morris [1840-89]: his philosophical career 
and theistic idealism. Phila.: D. McKay 
Co., 1948. xvi, 430, [2] p. bibliog. 
(p. 413-416), notes. Thesis — Columbia 
Univ. On Morris as a philosopher, 1866- 
89, with texts of certain of his writings 
(p. 335-412). [1762 

Robert Morss Lovett. All our years: 
the autobiography of Robert Morss 



Lovett. X. v.: Viking Press, 1948. 
X, 373 p. Reminiscences of a professor 
of English in the University of Chicago 
and the University of Puerto Rico, editor 
of the Dial, Secretary of the Virgin Islands 
(1939-43), and unofficial social reformer, 
1893-1946. [1763 

Milton R. Eonvitz. Morris Raphael 

Cohen [1880-1947]. Aniioch rev., 7: 
487-501 (winter 1947-48). On Cohen 
as a philosopher and educator, 1902-47. 

[1764 

Charles Henry Mackintosh. I looked 
on life [and other writings]. Edited with 
biographical notes by Gail Wilson. 
Chicago: Dierkes Press [1948]. 08 p. 
ports. Poems and essays, with an 
introduction on the life of the author 
(1885-1947) as advertising executive and 
theosophist, 1912-47. [1765 

Mercer Cook. Phylon profile, xviii: 
Ralph Johnson Bunche — statesman. 
Ph'jlon, 9: 303-309 (4th quarter). On 
Bunche (born 1904) as teacher, scholar, 
author. Federal official, and official of the 
United Nations, 1928-48. [1766 

Herston Cooper. Over my shoulder. 
Phila.: Dorrance [1948]. 145 p. Anec- 
dotes of World War ii in the United 
States. 1942 flf. [1767 



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Regional and Local History 



William. S. Fowler. Triangular hoes 
of the Northeast and their diffusion. 
Mass. Archaeol. Soc, Bid., 9: 83-88 
(Jul), views. On prehistoric stone hoes. 

[1768 

Frank H. H. Roberts. A crisis in U. S. 
archaeology. Scientific Am., 179 (no. 6): 
12-17 (Dec), views. On work super- 
vised by the Committee for the Recovery 
of Archaeological Remains (including also 
paleontological remains), 1945-48, to 
salvage sites in the Missouri Valley 
scheduled to be flooded by dams. [1769 

Henry C. Shetrone. Aboriginal art of 
the eastern United States. Art quar., 11: 
306-323 (autumn). views. On pre- 
Columbian arts within "the so-called 
Eastern Woodland which corresponds 
roughly to what is known archaeologicallj^ 
as the general mound area." [1770 

Waldo Rudolph Wedel. Prehistory and 
the Missouri Valley development pro- 
gram: summary report on the Missouri 
River Basin archeological survey in 1947. 
Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 
1948. [2], 52 p. views on 8 plates. 
(Smithsonian miscellaneous collections, v. 
Ill, no. 2.) Reports e.xcavations in 
Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, South and 
North Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana, 
in pursuance of a program "to locate, 
record, and evaluate the archeological 
and paleontological resources that will be 
affected by the many Federal water- 
control projects planned or under con- 
struction by the Bureau of Reclama- 
tion . . . and the Corps of Engi- 
neers . . .; to transmit this information 
to the National Park Service; and to 
recommend, where necessary, the proce- 
dures needed for recovery of as much as 
possible of the scientific information which 
would otherwise be lost." [1771 

Edward Rowe Snow. Mysteries and 
adventures along the Atlantic coast. 



N. Y.: Dodd, Mead, 1948. xii, 352 p. 
map, ports., views. Anecdotes and leg- 
ends of wrecks, abandoned ships, buried 
and sunken treasure, etc., 1505-1947. 

[1772 

Nils Magnus Holmer. Indian place 
names in North America [ca. 1540 ff.]. 
Upsala: A.-b Lundequistska Bokhandeln; 
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press [1948]. 
44 p. bibliog. (p. 43-44), notes. (The 
American Institute in the Univ. of 
Upsala. Essays and studies on American 
language and literature, 7.) [1773 

Mabel Major, Rebecca Washington 
Smith, & Thomas Matthews Pearce. 
Southwest heritage: a literary history 
with bibliography. Revised edition. 
Albuquerque: Univ. of New Mexico Press, 
1948. viii, 199 p. bibliog. (p. 165-192), 
notes. Literary history of Texas and 
States west, 1540-1948. First published 
1938. [1774 

Alice Lee Marriott. Indians on horse- 
back. N. v.: T. Y. Crowell Co. [1948]. 
vii, 136 p. views. On the ways of life 
of the Plains Indians, 1540-1948. [1775 

[Green Peyton Wertenbaker.] Amer- 
ica's heartland: the Southwest. By 
Green Pe}'ton ['pseud.]. Norman: Univ. 
of Oklahoma Press, 1948. xvii, 285 p. 
maps, ports., views. "Acknowledgments" 
(p. 274-277). On the regional charac- 
teristics and tendencies of Texas and the 
four adjoining States, with incidental 
historical references, 1540-1948. [1776 

William J. Petersen. The Mississippi 
River through many eyes. la. jour, 
hist., 46: 339-377 (Oct), notes. In- 
cludes quotations from travelers, 1541- 
1859. [1777 

Louis B. Wright. The westward ad- 
vance of the Atlantic frontier [1650- 
1794]. Huntington Lib. quar., 11: 261- 
275 (May), notes. [1778 



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Clinton Alfred Weslager. The Nanti- 
coke Indians: a refugee tribal group of 
Pennsylvania. Harrisburg: Pennsylvania 
Historical and Museum Commission, 
1948. vi, 159 p. maps, port., views, 
notes (p. 125-132). On the Nanticokes 
of Maryland and Delaware, and their 
later residence in Pennsylvania and New 
York, 1668-1781. [1779 

Jean Delanglez. Tne cartography of the 
Mississippi: the maps of Coronelli. Mid- 
America, 30: 257-284 (Oct), maps. Re- 
view of La Salle's route in the Mississippi 
Valley, 1680-82. [1780 

Jean Delanglez. The first establishment 
of the Faith in Neiv France, chapters xxi 
to XXV. Mid- America, 30: 187-214 (Jul). 
notes. Critique of chapters relating to 
La Salle's last two voyages (to the Mis- 
sissippi and Texas), 1680-83, in Chretien 
Le Clerq, Premier Hahlissement de la Foi 
dans la Nouvelle France (1691). [1781 

H. L. Mencken. American street names 
[1682-1948]. Am. speech, 23: 81-88 
(Apr), notes. [1782 

Edward N. Wentworth. Southwest cat- 
tle empires [1687-ca. 1915]. Cattleman, 
34 (no. 10): 33, 113-125 (Mar), ports. 

[1783 

H. L. Mencken. What the people of 
American towns call themselves. Atn. 
speech, 23: 161-184 (Oct-Dec). notes. 
Includes an alphabetical list of such ex- 
pressions as Albanian (person from Al- 
bany), ca. 1700-1948. [1784 

De Cost Smith. Martyrs of the Oblong 
and Little Nine. Caldwell, Idaho: Caxton 
Printers, 1948. 310 p. ports., views, 
notes (p. 302-310). On the Mohegan 
Indians in Connecticut, New York, Penn- 
sylvania, and Ohio, 1708-1813. [1785 

Charles E. Peterson. French landmarks 
along the Mississippi. Antiques, 53: 286- 
288 (Apr), views. On French buildings 
from Cahokia to New Orleans, ca. 1733 ff. 

[1786 

Alexander Hamilton. Gentleman's 
progress: the Itinerarium of Dr. Alexander 
Hamilton, 1744. Edited with an intro- 



duction by Carl Bridenbaugh. Chapel 
Hill: Pub. for the Institute of Early 
American History and Culture at Wil- 
liamsburg, Va., by the Univ. of North 
Carolina Press, 1948. xxxii, 267 p. car- 
toons, maps, port, notes (p. 201-253). 
Diary of a physician's journey from Annap- 
ohs, Md., to Schenectady, N. Y'., the 
east end of Long Island, and York, Me., 
and back, 1744. [1787 

John Lee McElroy. [Lead plates buried 
by the French in the Ohio Valley, 1749.] 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 66-69 (Jan), facsim. 
notes. [1788 

Philip Dillon Jordan. The National 
Road. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co. 
[1948]. 442 p. map, views, bibliog. (p. 
415-431), notes. (The American trails 
series.) History and present condition 
of the National Road (U. S. 40), from 
Cumberland, Md., to Vandalia, 111., 1753- 
1948. [1789 

James Smith. A treatise on the mode 
and manner of Indian war, their tactics, 
discipline, and encampments, the various 
methods they practice, in order to obtain 
the advantage, by ambush, surprise, sur- 
rounding, &c. Ways and means proposed 
to prevent the Indians from obtaining the 
advantage . . . Also a brief account 
of twenty-three campaigns, carried on 
against the Indians with the events since 
the year 1755; Gov. Harrison's included. 
Paris, Ky.: Printed by J. R. Lyle, 1812. 
[Chicago, 1948.] 59 p. diagrs. Based 
largely on the author's experience as a 
prisoner of Indians in western Pennsyl- 
vania and Ohio, 1755 ff., and on his 
residence in Kentucky. [1790 

Harriett Weaver. How the giant se- 
quoias got their name. Pac. pathivays, 3 
(no. 3): 14-17 (Mar), facsim., port., 
view. On Sequoyah (ca. 1760-1843), his 
Cherokee alphabet, and his death some- 
where in the Southwest in search of a lost 
band of Cherokees. [1791 

Edward Clowes Chorley. The mis- 
sionary march of the Episcopal Church. 
P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 3-43 (Mar), 
notes. Concl. from Sep. 1946. This in- 
stallment (1763-1944): Jackson Kemper 



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and the Northwest. — Bishop [James Har- 
vey] Otey and the Church in Tennessee. — 
The founding of the Church in Alabama. 
Louisiana, and Mississippi.— Leonidas 
Polk and the Southwest. — Texas: the 
foreign mission that became a home 
diocese. [1792 

William A. Buss, Jr. The export of 
Pennsylvania place names. Pa. hist., 15: 
194-214 (Jul), notes. On the trans- 
planting of Pennsylvania names to the 
South and the West, from the Delaware 
migration (ca. 1765) to the present. In- 
cludes places named after Pennsylvanians. 

[1793 

Marion F. Overton. Le Baron Bradford 
Prince of Flushing. Long Island forum, 
11: 65-66, 77 (Apr), port., view. On 
William Prince, William Prince II, and 
William Robert Prince as nurserymen, 
horticulturists, and gardeners, 1771-ca. 
1870, and Le Baron Bradford Prince 
(1840-1922) as an officeholder in New 
York and New Mexico, 1867-1912. 

[1794 

Francis Hamilton Hibbard. Captain 
Joseph Ogle [1738-1821] of Virginia and 
Illinois in the defense of the Upper Ohio. 
W. Va. hist., 9: 224-239 (Apr), notes. 
On military services, 1774-82. [1795 

E. C. Herrick. Elder John Leland. 
Crozer quar., 28: 131-140 (Apr). On 
Leland as a Baptist minister in Virginia 
and Massachusetts, 1775-1844. [1796 

John Jay Rowe. Pioneering and money 
in the Ohio River Valley — from Fort Pitt 
to the Falls of the Ohio [1775-1825]. 
N. Y.: Newcomen Society of England, 
American Branch, 1948. 24 p. On paper 
money. [1797 

William McCabe. Benjamin Piatt 
[born 1757] of New Fairfield, Connecticut. 
Timepieces quar., 1: 26-29 (Nov), fac- 
sim., views. On Piatt as a clockmaker in 
Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Ohio, 
ca. 1776-ca. 1817. [1798 

Leighton P. Stradley. The ten capitals 
of the United States. General mag. and 
hist, chron., 50: 217-225 (summer). On 
Philadelphia, Baltimore, Lancaster, York, 



Princeton, Annapolis, Trenton, New 
York, Germantown, and Washington, 
1776-1800. [1799 

Carroll Chase 8b Richard McP. Ca- 
been. The first hundred years of United 
States territorial postmarks, 1787-1887. 
Am. philatelist, 61: 449-455, 468-470, 
547-557, 871-874 (Mar, Apr, and Aug). 
facsims., tables. These installments: 
tables of post offices in Indian Territory 
and Washington Territory for which 
postmarks have been found. [1800 

Allan Nevins, ed. America through 
British eyes. [New edition, revised and 
enlarged.] N. Y.: Oxford Univ. Press, 
1948. xi, 530 p. bibliog. (p. 503-519). 
First published 1923 under title: Amer- 
ican social history as recorded by British 
travellers. Selections, arranged chrono- 
logically, from writings of British travelers 
in the United States, 1789-1946, with 
introductions and notes. [1801 

Edwin Simmons. Mike Fink and his 
celebrated bang-all. Am. rifleman, 96 
(no. 7): 17-19 (Jul), facsim., views. On 
Fink's half-legendary career as riverman 
and marksman, ca. 1790-1822. [1802 

Needham Parry. John D. Shane's copy 
of Needham Parry's diary of trip West- 
ward in 1794. Edited by Lucien Beck- 
ner. Filson Club hist, quar., 22: 227-247 
(Oct), notes. Journey from Pittsburgh 
to Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia, Mary- 
land, and back to the author's home on 
the Susquehanna, May 20, 1794-Jun. 
15, 1794, with a view to settling in the 
West. [1803 

James H. McLendon. Ancestry, early 
life, and education of John A. Quitman. 
Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 271-289 (Oct), 
notes. On John Anthony Quitman 
(1798-1858) and his life in New York, 
Pennsylvania, and Ohio till 1819, when 
he began to study law. [1804 

Emmet Field Horine. Early medicine 
in Kentucky and the Mississippi Valley: 
a tribute to Daniel Drake, m. d. Jour. 
hist, med., 3: 263-278 (spring), notes. 
On medical scholarship in Ohio and 
Kentucky, 1799-1859, and on Drake ay a 
professor of medicine, 1817-48. [1806 



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Edith Duncan Johnston, ed. The 
Kollock letters, 1799-1850. Ga. hist, 
guar., 32: 32-67, 119-143 (Mar-Jun). 
notes. Concl. These installments: let- 
ters received by George J. Kollock, of 
Clarkesville, Ga., and others, from 
correspondents in both South and North, 
relating to plantation, business, church, 
political, and family matters. [1806 

William John Grayson. The auto- 
biography of William John Grayson. 
Edited by Samuel Gaillard Stoney. 
S. C. hist, and geneal. mag., 49: 23-40, 88- 
103, 163-169, 216-224 (Jan-Oct). Cont. 
and to be cont. On the author's activities 
as editor, teacher, and lawyer in Beaufort, 
1803-20, with remarks on social and reli- 
gious life in Charleston and Savannah 
and an account of a visit to New England, 
1817. [1807 

Patrick Malioney. Four American Uto- 
pias. Travel, 91 (no. 3): 10-14, 33 (Jul). 
port., views. On the Separatists of Zoar, 
Ohio, 1817-98; the Swedish colony at 
Bishop Hill, 111., 1846-62; the Rappists 
of Economy, Pa., and Harmony, Ind., 
1803-47; and the Inspirationist Society 
of Amana. la.. 1842-1948. [1808 

The Missouri reader. Mo. hist, rev., 42: 
153-172, 249-270, 343-366; 43: 48-70 
(Jan-Oct). Cont. and to be cont. A 
series (begun Oct. 1944) consisting 
mainly of short extracts from works of 
travel and description relating to the 
Missouri Valley. These installments 
(1803-6): The Louisiana Purchase, edited 
by Alice Furtney Laforce. — The Lewis 
and Clark Expedition, edited by Helen 
Deveneau Finley and Ada Paris Klein. 

[1809 

Charles A. Vance. Dr. Daniel Drake. 
Ky. med. jour., 46: 445-453 (Nov). 
port. On Drake (1785-1852) as a physi- 
cian in Kentucky and Ohio, 1805-52. 

[1810 

Ben Kartman & Leonard Brown, eds. 
Disaster! N. Y.: Pellegrini & Cudahy 
[1948. 10], 342 p. Anthology of ac- 
counts, many contemporary, of fires, 
floods, hurricanes, earthquakes, epidem- 
ics, and other disasters, 1811-1947. 



"Supplementary list of American dis- 
asters" (p. 319-336). [1811 

George F. Jackson. Caves and the 
War of 1812. Field Artillery jour., 38: 
217-219 (Sep-Oct). views. On the ex- 
traction of saltpeter from Mammoth 
Cave, Ky., and Wyandotte Cave, Ind., 
1812. [1812 

George Flower: diarist. Chicago hist., 
1: 364-368 (summer), views. Describes 
and quotes diaries of George Flower in 
the Mississippi Valley, 1814-16. [1813 

Earl S. Pomeroy, ed. The Lebanon 
Blues in the Baltimore campaign, 1814: 
extracts from a company orderly book. 
Mil. affairs, 12: 168-174 (fall), notes. 
Excerpts from the orderly book of an 
organization of Pennsylvania militia 
during a march from Lebanon to Balti- 
more and back to York, Sep. 1-Dec. 8, 
1814. [1814 

Thomas C. Pears III. Sidelights on the 
history of the Bakewell, Pears & Com- 
pany [sic] from the letters of Thomas and 
Sarah Pears. Western Pa. hist, mag., 31: 
61-70 (Sep-Dec). On a Pittsburgh glass 
manufactory, 1808-32, owned by Ben- 
jamin and Thomas Bakewell, with 
excerpts from letters of their traveling 
agent in Kentucky and Tennessee, 
Thomas Pears, Jan. 5, 1820- Apr. 18, 
1821. [1815 

Some early river steamers. Old Print 
Shop Portfolio, 7: 75-77 (Jan), views. 
Describes several colored lithographs of 
steamboats on the Hudson and the 
Ohio, 1824-48. [1816 

F. Lauriston Bullard. Abe goes down 
the river. Lincoln herald, 50 (no. 1): 
2-14 (Feb), facsims., views. On Lin- 
coln's visits to New Orleans as a flatboat- 
man, 1828 and 1831. [1817 

George Bradshaw, ed. A collection of 
travel in America, by various hands [ca. 
1830-ca. 1940]. N. Y.: Farrar, Straus, 
1948. vi, [2], 372 p. Contents.— Niag- 
ara, by Anthony TroUope. — San Fran- 
cisco, by Ring Lardner. — Monterey, by 
Robert Louis Stevenson. — Washington, 
D. C, by Henry James. — Highway 66 



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[Oklahoma to California], by John Stein- 
beck. — The Florida Keys, by John James 
Audubon. — A train ride, by Sinclair 
Lewis. — Grand Canyon, by J. B. Priest- 
ley. — An automobile ride, by Thornton 
Wilder. — Arizona, by D. H. Lawrence. — 
South Carolina, by Thomas Wolfe. — 
Railroad town, by Anthony Trollope. — 
American hotels, by Anthony Trollope. — 
An automobile ride, by Upton Sinclair. — 
Nantucket, by Herman Melville. — Air- 
plane, by Anne Morrow Lindbergh. — 
The Mississippi, by Samuel Clemens. — 
The upper Mississippi, by Anthony Trol- 
lope.— St. Paul, by F. Scott Fitzgerald.— 
Wisconsin, by Ernest Hemingway. — 
North Dakota, by Edward Newhouse. — 
Montana, by Mary Hess Hartwick. — 
The Columbia River, by John Dos Pas- 
sos. — Los Angeles, by Aldous Huxley. — 
New York, by Jean Cocteau. — New York, 
by F. Scott Fitzgerald. — Walden, by 
E. B. White.— Cape Cod, by Henry 
Thoreau. [1818 

Theodore F. Marburg. Manufacturer's 
drummer, 1832. Bus. Hist. Soc, BuL, 
22: 40-56 (Apr), notes. On a trip to 
the Ohio Valley by Merit Welton, sales 
agent of J. M. L. and W. H. Scovill, 
Connecticut button and brass manufac- 
turing firm. [1819 

Christoph Jacob Munk. Down the 
Rhine to the Ohio: the travel diary of 
Christoph Jacob Munk, April 21-August 
17, 1832. [Edited] by August C. Mahr. 
Ohio iS/a/e archaeol. and hist, guar., 57: 
266-310 (Jul), facsim., maps (1 fold.), 
notes. German text and translation. 
Journey from Unterttirkheim, Wiirttem- 
berg, to Columbiana, Ohio. [1820 

An original painting by Karl Bodmer: 
"Banks of the Mississippi." Month at 
Goodspeed's, 19: 115-118 (Jan), view. 
Describes "Bords du Mississippi," a 
water color, ca. 1833-1834. [1821 

Walter Sutton. The Derby Brothers: 
19th century bookmen. Univ. Rochester 
Lib. buL, 3: 21-29 (winter). On James 
Cephas, George Hunter, Henry W., and 
Chauncey Lyman Derby as book dealers 
in New York State and Ohio, 1833-92. 

[1822 



Richard E. Du Wors. Custom and con- 
tract: a functional analysis of the wage 
system in the Atlantic fisheries [1837- 
1947]. A7n. sociol. rev., 55-61 (Feb), 
notes. [1823 

G. Andrews Espy. The Greene Line. 
Hist, and Phil. Soc. Ohio, Bid., 6: 40-50 
(Apr). On an Ohio-New Orleans steam- 
boat line maintained by the Greene family 
of Newport, Ohio, 1837-1948. [1824 

James Floyd Stevens. Paul Bunyan. 
[Second edition.] N. Y.: A. A. Knopf, 
1948. ix, 245 p. First printed 1925. 
Includes an introduction on "the Paul 
Bunyan legend," 1837-1947. "Each 
story in this book has a solid core of 
original shanty-camp legend, but the 
stories and secondary characterers are 
my own inventions." [1825 

John W. Baker. Western travels . . . 
Edited by Harry R. Stevens. Hist, and 
Phil. Soc. Ohio, BuL, 6: 127-155 (Oct), 
views. Diary of a journey from Phila- 
delphia to Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago, 
Detroit, Buffalo, New York, and back to 
Philadelphia, Jun. 27-Aug. 4, 1838. 

[1826 

Dwight L. Smith, ed. A continuation 
of the journal of an emigrating party of 
Potawatomi Indians, 1838, and ten Wil- 
liam Polke manuscripts. Ind. mag. hist., 
44: 393-408 (Dec), notes. Anonymous 
journal of a migration conducted by 
William Polke from Indiana to Missouri, 
Nov. 11-Dec. 4, 1838, with related letters 
to and from Polke. [1 827 

Cole-Gififord-Kensett. Panorama, 4: 37- 
48 (Dec), views. Reproduces and de- 
scribes twelve landscape paintings of 
Thomas Cole, Sanford R. Gifford, and 
John F. Kensett, 1840-75, showing Cat- ; 
skill Mountain House, Sandy Hook, Long I 
Branch (N. J.), Mount Rainier, the 
Catskills, Lake George, Newport, the ' 
White Mountains, North Conway, and 
allegorical scenes. [1828 

Margaret Johnston. The Cold Water 
Army button. Just buttons, 7: 31-33, 41 | 
(Nov), view. On the junior branch of !* 
the Washington Total Abstinence So- 



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ciety, established at Baltimore and ex- 
tended into several States, 1840-45. 

[1829 

James Kirke Paulding. James Kirke 
Paulding on the Mississippi, 1842. Edited 
by Mentor Lee Williams. Jour. Misii. 
hisL, 10: 317-344 (Oct), notes. Re- 
prints "The Mississippi" from Graham's 
magazine, Apr. 1843. [1830 

William Clark Kennerly. Persimmon 
Hill: a narrative of old St. Louis and the 
Far West. By William Clark Kennerly 
as told to Elizabeth [Kennerly] Russell. 
Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1948. 
xi, 273 p. ports., views. Reminiscences 
of St. Louis, military service in Mexico, a 
journey to California, and service in the 
Civil War, 1843-65, with an account of 
George Rogers Clark and William Clark, 
ca. 1783 ff. [1831 

William Johnson L'Engle & Margaret 
Madeleine (Saunders) L'Engle. Let- 
ters of William Johnson L'Engle, m. d., 
and Madeleine Saunders L'Engle, his 
wife, 1843-1863. With notes and other 
memoranda of interest to his family. 
Prepared by Gertrude Nelson L'Engle 
[and] Katherine Tracy L'Engle. [n. p., 
1948. 85] leaves. Letters of an Army 
surgeon and his wife, dated in Florida, 
California, Oregon, South Carolina, and 
Texas. [1832 

Stewart Hall Holbrook. The Aurora 
communists. Am. mercury, 67: 54-59 
(Jul). On William Keil and the German 
settlements at Bethel, Mo., and Aurora, 
Ore., 1844-77. [1833 

Samuel Augustus Mitchell. Texas, 
Oregon, and California. . . . Foreword 
by Joseph A. Sullivan. Oakland, Calif.: 
Biobooks, 1948. [6], 46 p. fold. col. map, 
col. ports. (California centennial edition, 
12.) Facsimile reproduction of A new 
map of Texas, Oregon, and California with 
the regions adjoining (Phila., 1846) and of 
an accompanying pamphlet entitled Texas, 
Oregon, and California ivilh the regions 
adjoining. [1834 

L. C. Wuerflfel. The Lutheran Church- 
Missouri Synod. Palimsest, 29: 321-352 
(Nov), ports., views. On the Synod in 



general, founded 1847, and particularly 
the Iowa District, established 1879. 

[1835 

Centennial of two books on Ohio. Mus. 
echoes, 21: 47-48 (Jun). On Pioneer 
history: Being an account of the first 
examinations of the Ohio Valley, and the 
early settlement of the Northwest Territory, 
by Samuel Prescott Hildreth, 1848, and 
Ancient monuments of the Alississippi 
Valley, by George Squier and Edwin 
Hamilton Davis, 1848. [1836 

Town views of the nineteenth century. 
Panorama, 4: 1-12 (Aug-Sep). views. 
Reproduces and describes paintings, ca. 
1848-ca. 1881, of ruins of Fort Ticon- 
deroga, Clinton Square (Syracuse, N. Y.), 
West Point, a picnic at Bridgeton (N. Y.), 
Hell Gate, the banks of the Delaware, 
Narragansett Bay, New York seen from 
New Jersey, Sherburne (Vt.), Kingston 
(N. Y.), Trenton High Falls (near Utica), 
and Half-Dome (Yosemite), by Thomas 
H. Burridge, J. M. Culverhouse, Thomas 
Chambers, George R. Bonfield, Francis 
A. Silva, J. G. Brown, Franklin B. Ladd, 
Virgil W^illiams, and unknown artists. 

[1837 

Brothers of the Christian Schools. 

Mississippi vista: the Brothers of the 
Christian Schools in the Mid-West, 
1849-1949. [Brother Hubert Gerard, 
centennial editor.] Winona, Minn. : Saint 
Mary's College Press, 1948. 296 p. 
diagrs., facsims., map, ports., views, 
bibliog. (p. 282-286), notes. "The story 
of the Brothers of the Christian Schools 
in the St. Louis District." [1838 

Reuben Cole Shaw. Across the plains 
in forty-nine . . . Edited by Milo Milton 
Quaife. Chicago: Lakeside Press, 1948. 
lii, 170 p. facsim., map, port., views. 
(The Lakeside classics, 46.) Previously 
published 1896 as a revision of articles 
contributed to the Farmland enterprise 
in 1895. Reminiscences of an overland 
journej' from Boston to California, 1849. 

[1839 

Robert Taft. The pictorial record of the 
old West. VI. Heinrich Balduin MoU- 
hausen. Kan. hist, guar., 16: 225-244 
(Aug), port., views, notes. On Moll- 



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hausen's voyages to the United States, 
1849-52, 1853-54, 1857-58, and his 
paintings made in Missouri and on the 
Colorado. [1840 

Wolfgang Bom. A Mississippi Valley 
panorama. Antiques, 54: 38-39 (Jul), 
views. On a panorama painted by John 
J. (or I. J.) Egan, for Dr. Montroville 
Wilson Dickeson, ca. 1850. [1841 

Madison Berryman Moorman. The 

journal of Madison Berryman Moorman, 
1850-1851. Edited, with notes and an 
introduction, by Irene D[akin] Paden. 
Together with a biographical sketch of 
the author [1824-1915] by his grand- 
daughter, Louise Parks Banes. San 
Francisco: California Historical Society, 
1948. ix, 150 p. fold, map, port. 
(California Historical Society. Special 
publication no. 23.) bibliog. (p. 133- 
145). Journey overland from Tennessee 
to California, Apr. 27, 1850-Feb. 4, 1851. 

[1842 

Willard V. Anderson. Main line of 
Mid-America. Trains, 8 (no. 12): 16-25 
(Oct), map, views. On the Illinois 
Central Railroad, Chicago-New Orleans, 
1851-1948. [1843 

Walter Longley Gardner. A Yankee 
trader in the gold rush: letters of Walter 
Gardner, 1851-1857. Edited by John 
Walton Caughey. Pac. his. rev., 17: 
411-428 (Nov), notes. Letters to the 
author's parents, dated Boston, Isthmus 
of Darien, and California, Dec. 28, 1851- 
Apr. 17, 1857. [1844 

Stanley Vestal. Warpath and council 
fire: the Plains Indians' struggle for 
survival in war and in diplomacy, 1851- 
1891. N. Y.: Random House [1948]. 
xiv, 338 p. maps, ports., views, bibliog. 
(p. 321-324), notes (p. 315-320). [1845 

Hal Borland. Beaches. Holiday, 3 {no. 
6): 34-53, 57 (Jun). views (part col.). 
Descriptions of various Atlantic and 
Pacific beach resorts, ca. 1852-1948, 
including reproduction of a description 
of Long Branch, N. J., Jul. 26, 1869. 

[1846 

Edwin A. Machen & Randolph C. 
Downes. William Henry Machen [1832- 



1911]: pioneer local eolorist of north- 
western Ohio. Northw. Ohio quar., 20: 
59-81 (Apr), ports., views, notes. On 
Machen as a painter in Toledo and the 
Maumee Valley, 1852-81, and in Detroit 
and Washington, D. C. [1847 

Theodore F. Marburg. Manufacturer's 
drummer, 1852, with comments on 
Western and Southern markets. Bus. 
Hist. See, Bui, 22: 106-114 (Jun). 
notes. Trip of Samuel Holmes, sales 
agent of the Scovill Manufacturing Co., 
to Cleveland, Chicago, St. Louis, New 
Orleans, South Carolina, and home, 1852. 

[1848 

Adolph C. Meyer. The earlier years of 
the drug and allied trades in the Missis- 
sippi Valley. Saint Louis: Priv. print.. 
1948. 158, [5] p. facsims., ports., views. 
On the Meyer Brothers Drug Co., St. 
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wholesale drug business. [1849 

E. S. Bellinger. Railroad scouts. Rail- 
road mag., 45 (no. 4): 28-43; 46 (no. 1): 
62-76 (May-Jun). map, views. On a 
reconnaissance led by Lt. Amiel Weeks 
Whipple, U. S. Topographical Engineers, 
to determine a railroad route from Fort 
Smith, Ark., to the Colorado, 1853-54. 

[1850 

Francis Grierson. The valley of shad- 
ows. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 
1948. xlii, 278 p. First published 1909. 
Reminiscences of Illinois and Missouri, 
ca. 1856-ca. 1861, including references to 
Lincoln and to General Fremont. 

[1851 

A market was waiting: the story of early 
petroleum refining on the East Coast 
[1857-1901]. Am. Petroleum Inst, quar., 
18 (no. 4): 3-9 (Oct), ports., views. 

[1852 

Winifred Elizabeth Hulbert. The 
Bishop of All Beyond: Sheldon Jackson 
[1834-1909]. N. Y.: Friendship Press 
[1948]. 24 p. notes. (Frontier books, 
no. 5.) On Jackson as a Presbyterian 
minister in the West and Alaska, 1858- 
1907. [1853 

Elsa Strassweg. The kidnapping of 
Horace Bell. Ind. hist. buL, 25: 132-138 



114 



(Jul). On a border incident in New 
Albany, Ind., and Brandenburgh, Ky., 
1858. (1854 

Robert Mize Sutton. The Illinois 
Central Railroad in peace and war, 
1858-1868. Urbana, 1948. 12 p. bibliog. 
(p. 11). Abstract of thesis — Univ. of 
Illinois. [1855 

Alvin K. Bailey. Sheldon Jackson, 
planter of churches. Presbyt. Hist. 
Soc, Jour., 26: 129-148, 193-214 (Sep- 
Dec). To be cont. notes. On Jackson as 
a founder of churches from Wisconsin to 
the Pacific coast and in Alaska, 1859-77. 

[1856 

Marion Ramsey Furness. Childhood 
recollections of old St. Paul. Minn, hist., 
29: 114-129 (Jun). port., view, notes. 
On St. Paul and Washington, D. C, 
1860-78. [1857 

Samuel T. Williamson. Mackerel 
fishing. Holiday, 4 (no. 2): 72-76, 114 
(Aug), views. On the mackerel industry 
from Virginia to New England, ca. 
1860-1948. [1858 

Marquis W. Childs. State capitol, 
U. S. A. Holiday, 3 (no. 6): 67-69, 
164-165 (Jun). views. Describes several 
capitols of States of the United States, 
including Louisiana, New York, Mis- 
souri, Illinois, and others, ca. 1861-1948. 

[1859 

Samuel Langhome Clemens. Ghost 
life on the Mississippi: a Mark Twain 
manuscript, with a foreword by Samuel C. 
Webster. Pac. spectator, 2: 485-490. A 
ghost story written ca. 1861. [1860 

Louis A. Qratz. From peddler to regi- 
mental commander in two years: the 
Civil War career of Major Louis A. 
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Am. Jew. Hist. Soc, Pub., 38: 22-44 
(Sep). Letters to relatives in Poland, 
dated at Scranton and Knoxville, Nov. 
25, 1861-Apr. 30, 1869, describing the 
author's voyage to America, his work as a 
peddler, his service in the Union Army, 
and his establishment as a lawyer in 
Knoxville. [1861 



John Andrew Hostetler. The life and 
times of Samuel Yoder (1824-1884). 
Mennonite guar, rev., 22: 226-241 (Oct), 
notes. On his work as an Old Order 
Amish bishop and his contribution to the 
Amish Conferences, 1862-78, from Penn- 
sylvania to Iowa. [1862 

J. Marvin Hxinter, Sr. Trail herd 
tribulations. Frontier times, 25: 188-191 
(May). On driving cattle from Texas to 
Abilene, Kan., 1866-86. [1863 

Edward L. Parsons. Bishop Tuttle — a 
portrait. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 
140-150 (Jun). On Daniel Sylvester 
Tuttle (1837-1923), Bishop of Montana, 
with jurisdiction in Montana and Idaho, 
1867-80; of Utah, with jurisdiction in 
Idaho, 1880-86; and of Missouri, 1886- 
1923. [1864 

[Wilhelm Ernst] Wegener. Short biog- 
raphies of some outstanding teachers of 
the Missouri Synod. Concordia Hist. Inst, 
guar., 20: 170-180 (Jan), ports. Sketches 
of Dietrich Meibohm, Henry F. Hoelter, 
Gustav Just, Friedrich Rechlin, Henry 
Nehrling, George Christopher, Albert 
Kaeppel, August Wilhelm Simon, Oscar 
Rusch, and Paul Theodore Buszin, who 
served the Lutheran Church in Missouri 
and lUinois, 1867-1944. [1865 

Wa3me Qard. Rivals for grass. Southw. 
rev., 33: 266-273 (summer). Cattlemen 
against sheepmen in Texas, Oregon, 
Wyoming, and elsewhere, 1869-1920. 

[1866 

E. Biegener. The Rev. C. L. Janzow, 
1847-1911. Concordia Hist. Inst, guar., 
21: 80-135 (Apr), ports., view. Career of 
a Lutheran minister in Missouri, Kansas, 
Minnesota, and Pennsylvania, 1870-1911. 

[1867 

[William Biggs.] Uncle Billie Biggs, 
Uvalde pioneer. [Edited by] Florence 
Fenley. Frontier times, 25: 250-255 
(Aug). Reprinted from the Uvalde 
leader-news, 1938. Reminiscences of a 
cowboy, including cattle drives to Cali- 
fornia and Kansas, ca. 1870-ca. 1883. 

[1868 



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Freeman H. Hubbard. The expanding 
GM&O. Trains, 8 (no. 4): 10-17 (Feb), 
map, views. On the Gulf, Mobile, & 
Ohio Railway and its predecessors, from 
New Orleans to Chicago and Kansas City, 
1872-1948. [1869 

Esther Felt Bentley. A conversation 
with Mr. Rollins. Princeton Univ. 
Libr. chron., 9: 178-190 (Jun). Reports 
reminiscences of Philip Ashton Rollins as 
a cowboy in the country from Texas to 
Montana, 187.5-95. [1870 

Floyd Benjamin Streeter. Famous 
cattle drives. Cattleman, 34 (no. 8): 130, 
132-133 (Jan), review. On drives "north 
out of Texas," 1875-86. [1871 

Rufus E. Clement. Richard Robert 
Wright [1855-1947]. Phylon, 9: 62-65 
(1st quarter). On Wright as a Georgia 
Negro teacher and a Philadelphia banker, 
1876-1947. [1872 

P. H. D. Sheridan. Extravangaza on 
rails. Tracks, 33 (no. 9): 33-36 (Sep), 
views. Run of the Lightning Express 
from Jersey City to Oakland, Calif., in 83 
hours, 32 minutes, 7 seconds. May 
31-Jun. 4, 1876. [1873 

Albert W. Thompson. The old time 
"fool cowboy." Cattlemen, 34 (no. 9): 
84-88 (Feb). Reminiscences and anec- 
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Willard V. Anderson. The nickel 
plated railroad. Trains, 8 (no. 7): 20-29 
(May), map, views. On the New York, 
Chicago, & St. Louis Railroad, called 
Nickel Plate Road, from Buffalo to 
Chicago and St. Louis, 1881-1948. [1875 

Wayne Gard. The fence-cutters. Cat- 
tleman, 34 (no. 9): 38, 40, 43-44 (Feb). 
Reprinted from Southiv. hist. guar. On 
Texas and Wyoming water rights in the 
drought of 1883 and after. [1876 

Mont Hawthorne. The trail led north: 
Mont Hawthorne's story [related] by 
Martha Ferguson McKeown. N. Y.: 
Macmillan Co., 1948. [10], 222 p. 
maps. Reminiscences of a miner and 
salmon canner in Astoria and Alaska, 
1883-1901. [1877 



Willard H. Porter. Rope, trip, and tie. 
Cattleman, 34 (no. 8): 31-32, 96, 98, 100 
(Jan), views. On Texas, Arizona, and 
Wyoming "steer roping" exhibitions, 
1883-1913. [1878 

Wilhelm Ernst Wegener. My biog- 
raphy. Concordia Hist. Inst, guar., 21: 
6-13 (Apr), ports. On the author (born 
1864) as a teacher in schools of the Mis- 
souri Lutheran Synod in Illinois, Mis- 
souri, and Wisconsin, 1885-1939. [1879 

E. J. Woolfolk. A turkey track trail 
herd. Cattleman, 35 (no. 7): 21, 82-83 
(Dec), view, notes. Based on the 
diary of Ed Woolfolk, from Young Co., 
Tex., who rode from Texas to North 
Dakota with a herd of cattle, Apr. 12- 
Aug. 5, 1893. [1880 

Ernest La Marr King. Main line: 
fifty years of railroading with the South- 
ern Pacific. By Ernest L. King as told 
to Robert E. Mahaffay. Garden City, 
N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. 271 p. Remi- 
niscences of the Southern Pacific Rail- 
road, 1894-1945. [1881 

Anne A. Williamson. 50 years in 
starch. Culver City, Calif.: Murray & 
Gee, 1948. [2], 245 p. ports., views. 
Life of the author (born 1868) as a nurse 
in New York, 1894-1907, and Cali- 
fornia, 1907-46. [1882 

Edwin S. Leonard. As the sowing: the 
first fifty years of the Principia. St. 
Louis: Principia [1948]. xvi, 543 p. 
facsims., ports., views, bibliog. (p. 521- 
533), notes (p. 413-467). History of 
Principia (school) at St. Louis and 
Principia College of Liberal Arts, Elsah, 
111., Christian Science institutions estab- 
lished by Mary (kimball) Morgan, 1897- 
1948. [1883 

Carl L. Lokke. From Minneapolis to 
the Klondike in 1898. Minn, hist., 
29: 300-315 (Dec), notes. On Minne- 
sotans who went to Alaska, particularly 
Lars Gunderson and his party. [1884 

John Sands. The last of the great 
Mississippi towboats. Travel, 91 (no. 2): 
26-28, 33 (Jun). map, views. On "the 
stern wheel tow boat 'Sprague' — or Big 
Mamma as she is called," 1902-48. 

[1886 



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Blazed continental trail on bet. Old 
timers news, 3 (no. 11): 19, 21 (Aug), 
port., view. Drive of H. Nelson Jack- 
son from San Francisco to New York in 
a Winton touring car, Jul. 1903. [1886 

M. C. Krarup. From coast to coast in 
an automobile. Antique automobile, 12: 
124, 126, 128, 130 (4th quarter), view. 
Reprinted from The World's work. May 
1904. Drive in a 1903 Packard (1 cyl- 
inder, 12 horsepower) from San Fran- 
cisco to New York, Jun. 20, 1903, If. 

[1887 

D. K. McColl. Atlanta to New York — 
a 1910 adventure. Old timers news, 3 
(no. 11): 15-16 (Aug), port. Reminis- 
cences of a road race. [1888 

Loyal Durand, Jr. Italian cheese pro- 
duction in the American dairy region 
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(Jul), maps, views. [1889 



Clark Kittrell. Navigation improve- 
ment at Chain of Rocks. Mil. engineer, 
40: 556-558 (Dec), views. History of 
the project, near St. Louis, 1930-48. 

[1890 

Douglas L. Weart & J. W. Bruce. 
Ohio River Basin flood control plan. 
Mil. engineer, 40: 345-349 (Aug), map, 
tables, viev/s. History and description 
of flood-control projects, 1935-48. 

[1891 

Q. Paul Lockwood. A white veteran 
reflects on race relations in three Ameri- 
can cities. Phylon, 9: 341-345 (4th quar- 
ter). Reminiscences of Dayton (Ohio), 
Atlanta, and Dallas, 1941-45. [1892 

Lewis A. Pick. Missouri River Basin 
development. Mil. engineer, 40: 101- 
104 (Mar), map, views. History and 
exposition of the Pick-Sloan plan for the 
Missouri River Basin, 1943 to date. 

[1893 



THE EAST 



Edmund Burke. Funnel country: tales 
of Penn-York Valley. N. Y. folklore 
quar., 4: 256-267 (winter). Undated 
lore and anecdotes (particularly of ghosts 
and criminals) of Waverly, Sayre, and 
Athens, near the Pennsylvania- New York 
boundary. [1894 

Francis Frost. Blue-Bloods, Brahmins, 
and Friends. Transatlantic, no. 41 
(spring), p. 12-20. cartoons. On pride 
of origin, especially in Boston and 
Philadelphia. [1895 

Merle Montgomery Hoover. Gene- 
alogy of Park Benjamin. N. Y.: Co- 
lumbia Univ. Press, 1948. ix, 78 p. 
coat of arms, port, bibliog. (p. 63-69), 
notes. Biographies of John Benjamin 
(1598-1645), who had settled in Massa- 
chusetts by 1632, and six of his New 
England descendants, ending with Park 
Benjamin (1809-64), who became a 
New York journahst. [1896 

Foster Wild Rice. The Jocelyn en- 
gravers. Essay proof jour., 5: 131-139, 
213-218 (Jul-Oct). facsims., ports. 



notes. On Simeon Jocelyn (1746-1823), 
his sons Nathaniel Jocelyn (1796-1881) 
and Simeon Smith Jocelyn (1799-1879), 
the latter's sons Simeon Starr Jocelyn 
(born 1825) and Albert Higley Jocelyn 
(1827-1900), and others, of New Haven 
and New York. [1897 

Charles M. Lyman. William Samuel 
Johnson [1727-1819]. Conn, bar jour., 
22: 252-261 (Sep), port. On Johnson 
as lawyer, jurist, and educator in Con- 
necticut and New York, 1749-1800. 

[1898 

Epaphras Btill. Journal of Epaphras 
Bull from Stockbridge, Mass., to Fort 
Ticonderoga and return to Connecticut, 
May 1775. Ft. Ticonderoga Mus., 
Bui., 8: 38-46 (Jul), notes. [1899 

William Henshaw. The orderly books 
of Colonel William Henshaw, October 1, 
1775, through Octol)er 3, 1776. Worces- 
ter, Mass.: The Society, 1948. 17-244 
p. Reprinted from Am. Antiq. Soc, 
Proc, Apr. 1947. Record of service in 
Massachusetts and Long Island. [1900 



117 



Everett N. Bobinson. The country tin 
of Oliver Filley [1781-1846]. Decorator, 
2 (no. 2): 15-28 (summer). On Filley, 
of Hartford Co., Conn., as a japanner, 
tinsmith, and merchant, 1811-46, with 
extracts from his correspondence with 
Augustus Filley, operating a branch of 
the business in Lansingburgh, N. Y., 
1815-16. [1901 

Helen Comstock. Portraits of places- — 
the Hudson River School. Panorama, 
3: 87-96 (Apr), views. Paintings by 
Thomas Cole and his disciples, Frederic 

E. Cole, Martin J. Heade, Worthington 
Whittredge, John F. Kensett, Daniel 
Huntington, Frederic E. Church, Jasper 

F. Cropsey, and James M. Hart, 1826- 
ca. 1875, with reproductions of 12 paint- 
ings: Jersey meadows. Lake George, 
Lake Mohonk (N. Y.), Mt. Desert (Me.), 
and others. [1902 

Helen McKearin. The Benjamin 
Franklin in print and glass. Antiques, 
54: 46-47 (Jul), views. On represen- 
tations of a steamboat built in 1828, and 
her cruises between Boston and New 
York. [1903 

Nina Fletcher Little. T. Chambers, 
man or myth? Antiques, 53: 194-196 
(Mar). On Thomas Chambers as a 
painter in New York and Boston, 
1834-51. [1904 

Elizabeth Whitney Putnam. Seeking 
a pastorate, 1835. Danvers Hist. Soc, 
Hist, col, 36: 17-29. port. "Based on 
letters of Israel W. Putnam to his wife 
Julia Ann Putnam." On the resignation 
of the Rev. Israel Warburton Putnam as 
minister of Old North Church, Ports- 
mouth, N. H., his search in New England 
and New York for employment in an- 



other church, and his settlement as 
minister of the First Church, Middle- 
borough, Mass. [1905 

W. Edward Farrison. Phylon profile, 
[xv]: William Wells Brown (America's 
first Negro man of letters). Phylon, 9: 
13-23 (1st quarter). On Brown (1814- 
84) as an abolitionist and an author in 
upper New York and Boston, 1844 ff. 

[1906 

Irving Lowens. The triumph of An- 
thony Philip Heinrich. Musicology, 1: 
365-373 [summer]. On piano concerts of 
Heinrich in New York and Boston, 1846. 

[1907 

Alexander Crosby Brown. The "ele- 
gant" steamboat Commonwealth: a brief 
sketch of her career on Long Island 
Sound from 1855 to 1865 and of her com- 
mander. Captain Jerome Wheeler Wil- 
liams. Am. Neptune, 8: 246-254 (Jul), 
diagr., port., views, notes. [1908 

Waldo G. Wildes. Edwin Augustus 
Fisher, 1847-1948: an appreciation and 
outline of his career. Rochester engineer, 
27: 61, 63-67, 69, 72 (Sep), view. On 
Fisher as a railroad engineer in Massa- 
chusetts and New York, 1871-1896, as 
City Engineer of Rochester, 1896-1926, 
and as consultant thereafter. [1909 

Anna Kuhn. Rose Hawthorne. Anna 
KuHN, Watching at my gates (Milwaukee: 
Bruce Pub. Co. [1948]), p. 10-50. port. 
On the early life of Rose (Hawthorne) 
Lathrop (1851-1926), her charitable work 
for incurable cancer patients in New York, 
1891-1926, her conversion to Catholicism, 
and her administration of the order of 
Servants of the Sick, as IMother M. 
Alphonsa Lathrop, o. s. d. [1910 



New England 



Spot news from "Vinland the Good." 
Am. -Scandinavian rev., 36: 325-32.9 (Dec), 
cartoon. On Vinland, 986-1362. 

[1911 

Eva L. Butler. Algonkian culture and 
use of maize in southern New England. 
Archaeol. Soc. Conn., BuL, no. 22 
(Dec), p. 2-39. map. bibliog. (p. 35- 



39), notes. Thesis (m. a.) — Univ. of 
Pennsylvania. Based chiefly on works of 
description and travel, 1606-ca. 1700. 

[1912 

James D. Hart. A Puritan bookshelf. 
Neio colophon, 1: 13-26 (Jan). On books 
owned by New Englanders, 1620-ca. 1700. 

[1913 



118 



Louise (Andrews) Kent. Village greens 
of New England. N. Y.: M. Barrows 
[1948]. 280 p. views (1 col.). Descrip- 
tions with incidental historical references, 
ca. 1620-1948. [1914 

Edwin Valentine Mitchell. Yankee 
folk. N. Y.: Vanguard Press [1948. 
10], 278 p. views. Examples and 
anecdotes of types of character in New 
England, ca. 1620-ca. 1900. [1915 

Dirk Jan Struik. Yankee science in the 
making. Boston: Little, Brown, 1948. 
xiii, 430 p. bibliog. (p. 387-416), notes 
(p. 359-385). On science in New Eng- 
land, 1620-1861. [1916 

Owen Redington Washburn. John 
Calvin in New England, 1620-1947 
[i. e. 1943]. North Montpelier, Vt.: 
Driftwind Press, 1948. Ill p. "Refer- 
ences" (p. 110-111). [1917 

Samuel Chamberlain. Open house in 
New England, with 280 photographs by 
the author. [Fifth revised edition.] 
N. Y.: Hastings House [1948]. 252 p. 
map. views. First published 1937. On 
historic houses, 1627-1835. [1918 

Chester E. Eisinger. The Puritans' 
justification for taking the land. Essex 
Inst. hist, col., 84: 131-143 (Apr), notes. 
On "the ideological bases for the Puri- 
tans' occupation of the land," 1630 S. 

[1919 

Louis Untermeyer, ed. An anthology 
of the New England poets from colonial 
times to the present day [1650-1946]. 
Edited, with biographical and critical 
commentaries, by Louis Untermeyer. 
[N. Y.] Random House [1948]. xx, 636 p. 

[1920 

Henry F. Howe. A thumb nail sketch 
of King Phillip's War [1675]. Mass. 
Archaeol. See, Bid., 9: 76-80 (Jul). 

[1921 

Patricia Anne Smith. New England 
meeting houses and churches [1681-1829]. 
Soc. Architectural Historians, Jour., 
7 (nos. 3-4): 29-30 (Jul-Dec). Abstract 
of thesis (m. a.) — Oberlin College, 1945. 

[1922 



Samuel Chamberlain. Six New Eng- 
land villages. N. Y.: Hastings House 
[1948. 4], 104 p. views. Photographs 
and descriptions of historic houses, 1684- 
1825, in Hancock, N. H., Litchfield, 
Conn., Little Compton, R. I., Bennington, 
Vt., Deerfield, Mass., and Wiscasset, Me. 

[1923 

L. J. Trinterud. The New England 
contribution to colonial American Presby- 
terianism [1694-1768]. Church hist., 17: 
32-43 (Mar), notes. [1924 

Harold Ernest Bemhard. Charles 
Chauncy: colonial liberal, 1705-1787. 
Chicago, 1948. 58-83 p. notes. Part of 
thesis — Univ. of Chicago, being chap. 4, 
"The case against enthusiasm," dealing 
with Chauncy's opposition to the Great 
Awakening in New England, 1741-45. 

[1925 

Edith Bishop. Three early New Eng- 
land portraits in the Museum's collection. 
Museum, n. s., 1 (no. 1): 2-16 (Feb), 
ports. Describes portraits of Joseph 
Tyler, by Joseph Badger, ca. 1765; of 
Mrs. Joseph Scott, by John Singleton 
Copley, ca. 1763; and of Mrs. Nathanael 
Taylor, by Ralph Earl, ca. 1790. [1926 

Nina Fletcher Little. Recently dis- 
covered paintings by Wintlirop Chandler. 
Art in Am., 36: 81-97 (Apr), ports., 
views. Reproduces and annotates seven 
paintings, ca. 1767-1779, attributed to 
Chandler, showing persons and land- 
scapes of Massachusetts and Connecticut. 

[1927 

Wallace Evan Davies. The Society of 
the Cincinnati in New England, 1783- 
1800. Wm. and Mary quar., 5: 3-25 
(Jan), notes. [1928 

Felicia Johnson Deyrup. Arms makers 
of the Connecticut Valley: a regional 
study of the economic development of 
the small arms industry, 1798-1870. 
Northampton, Mass., 1948. vii, 290, [1] p. 
diagrs., map. bibliog. (p. 250-254), notes 
(p. 255-283). (Smith College studies 
in history, v. 33.) [1929 

William C. Kessler. Incorporation in 
New England: a statistical study, 1800- 
1875. Jour. econ. hist., 8: 43-62 (May), 
notes. [1930 



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Van Wyck Brooks. New England in 
1815. Van Wyck Brooks, A Chilmark 
miscellany (N. Y.: E. P. Dutton, 1948), 
p. 67-127. Contents. — The Boston of 
Gilbert Stuart. — Harvard College. — The 
coast and the hinterland. [1931 

Edward Chase Kirkland. Men, cities, 
and transportation: a study in New 
England history, 1820-1900. Cambridge: 
Harvard Univ. Press, 1948. 2 v. xvi, 
528; ix, [3], 499 p. maps, ports, notes. 
(Studies in economic history.) "The story 
of eight decades, wherein New England 
shifted from a network of waterways and 
roads to one of steel rails and railroad con- 
solidation, is here complete except for one 
character, the electric lines." [1932 

Nina Fletcher Little. J. S. Blunt, New 
England landscape painter. Antiques, 54: 
172-174 (Sep). views. On John S. 
Blunt (1798-1835) as a painter in 
Portsmouth, N. H., 1821-30, and in 
Boston. [1933 

Elijah Colbum & Sally Belknap. 
New Hampshire courtship in 1826. 
[Edited] by Clifford Stetson Parker. 
Hist. N. H., Feb. 1948, p. 3-18. facsims., 
ports., views. Letters between Dr. 
Colburn of Hudson, N. H., and his 
fiancee, Miss Belknap of Framingham, 
Mass., Feb. lO-.Iun. 19, 1826. [1934 

Louis C. Schaedler. Whittier's attitude 
toward colonial Puritanism [1828-90]. 
New Eng. quar., 21: 350-367 (Sep), 
notes. [1935 

Nina Fletcher Little. William M. 
Prior, traveling artist, and his in-laws, 
the painting Hamblens. Antiques, 53: 
44-48 (Jan), ports., view. On WiUiam 
Matthew Prior (born 1806) as a painter 
in New England, 1829-70. [1936 

Barriss Mills. Hawthorne and Puri- 
tanism [1830 ff.]. New Eng. quar., 21: 
78-102 (Mar), notes. [1937 

Alvin F. Harlow. The great Seekonk 
case. Railroad mag., 45 (no. 3): 104-110 
(Apr). On a Massachusetts legislative 
hearing involving the Boston & Provi- 
dence Railroad and the Seekonk Co., 
1838, to determine whether a railroad is a 
public highway. [1938 



Harry Bernard. Le roman de la 
Nouvelle-Angleterre. Royal Soc. Can- 
ada, Proc, 3d ser., 42 (section 1) : 9-27 
(May), notes. On the novel in New 
England, 1850-1940. [1939 

Charles Howell Foster. The genesis of 
Harriet Beecher Stowe's "The minister's 
wooing" [1853-57]. New Eng. quar., 21: 
493-517 (Dec), notes. [1940 

George Winston Smith. Broadsides 
for freedom: Civil War propaganda in 
New England. New Eng. quar., 21: 
291-312 (Sep). notes. On the New 
England Loyal Publication Society, 1863- 
65, and the work of Charles Eliot Norton 
as editor of its publications. [1941 

W. J. Lewis Parker. The great coal 
schooners of New England, 1870-1909. 
[Mystic, Conn.] 1948. 135 p. fold, 
diagrs., ports., views, bibliog. (p. 131- 
135), notes. (PubHcation of the Marine 
Historical Association, v. 2, no. 6.) 
Originally a thesis (m. a.)- — Columbia 
Univ. [1942 

RoUo Walter Brown. George Pierce 
Baker. Atlantic mo., 181 (no. 2): 66-70 
(Feb). port. Reminiscences of Pro- 
fessor Baker's teaching of drama and 
playwriting at Harvard, 1903-24, and 
Yale, 1924-32. [1943 

W. Q. O'Donnell. Robert Frost and 
New England: a revaluation [1913-48]. 
Yale rev., 37: 698-712 (summer). [1944 

MAINE 

Statewide History 

Robert P. Tristram CofRn. The State 
of Maine. Am. mercury, 66: 66-73 (Jan). 
On the character of Maine, with inci- 
dental historical references, 1608-1947. 

[1945 

William Hutchinson Rowe. The mari- 
time history of Maine: three centuries 
of shipbuilding & seafaring [1614-ca. 
1900]. N. Y.: W. W. Norton [1948]. 
333 p. facsims., maps, views, bibliog. 
(p. 299-306). [1946 

John B. Woods. The forests of Maine 
[lu31-1948]. Am. forests, 54: 266-268, 
285, 287 (Jun). views. [1947 



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Charles B. Fobes. Historic forest fires 
in Maine [1762-1947]. Econ. geog., 24: 
269-273 (Oct), maps. [1948 

Richard H. Armstrong. Actions for 
death in Maine [1891-1947]. Boston 
Univ. law rev., 28: 191-197 (Apr), notes. 

[1949 

Robert P. Tristram Coffin. Maine 
enters literature. Toinorroic, 8 (no. 2): 
37-42 (Oct), views. On the growing 
tendency of Maine to produce writers, 
ca. 1920-1948. [1950 

B. J. Whiting. Folklore in recent Maine 
books. South, folklore quar., 12: 211-223 
(Sep), notes. Essay on several books 
about Maine, published 1945-48. [1951 

Local History 

Wendell S. Hadlock & Theodore Stem. 
Passadumkeag, a Red Paint cemetery, 
thirty-five years after Moorehead. A^n. 
antiq., 14: 98-103 (Oct), diagrs., views, 
notes. Excavation of burials at Passa- 
dumkeag, Me., exhibiting "the Red 
Paint burial complex." [1952 

Benjamin L. Smith. An analysis of 
the Maine cemetery complex. Mass. 
Archaeol. Soc, Bid., 9: 21-71 (Jan, 
Apr), map, views, notes. On 44 cem- 
eteries of "the Red Paint People of 
Maine" (provisionally renamed "Maine 
Cemetery" Complex"), believed to have 
preceded the shell-heap builders in 
Maine. [1953 

John W. Webber. The high mountains 
of Penobscot: notes on the Camden 
Hills. Appalachia, 27: 131-148 (Dec), 
maps, view, notes. On the discovery 
and exploration of this area and its de- 
velopment as a resorting country, 1556- 
1947. [1954 

John Eldridge Frost. Colonial village. 
Kittery Point, Me.: Gundalow Club 
[1948?]. 82 p. views, bibliog. (p. 63- 
65), notes. Thesis (m. a.) — Univ. of New 
Hampshire. "A study of the changes 
that have taken place in certain typical 
buildings of a three hundred year old 
village [Kittery Point, Me.]," 1647-1947. 

[1955 



Otisfield, Me. Vital records of Otisfield, 
Maine, to the year 1892: births, mar- 
riages, and deaths [1736-1892]. Editor: 
William S. Spurr. . . . Published under 
authority of the Maine Historical So- 
ciety. [Portland] 1948. 348 p. [1956 

Contemporary map of the attack on 
Penobscot. Old Print Shop portfolio, 
7: 92-93 (Jan), map. Describes an 
English map (London, 1785) showing the 
action at Penobscot, Aug. 14, 1779. 

[1957 

Mary Ellen Chase. Jonathan Fisher, 
Maine parson, 1768-1847. N. Y.: Mac- 
millan Co., 1948. xix, 280 p. facsim., 
map, port., views, notes. Fisher served 
as a Congregational minister in Bluehill, 
1796-1847. [1958 

Myrtie Fisher Seaverns, comp. Char- 
lotte, Maine, vital records. New Eng. 
hist, and geneal. reg., 102: 63-64 (Jan). 
Cont. Births and deaths, 1812-63. 

[1959 

Helen Hamlin. Pine, potatoes, and 
people: the story of Aroostook. N. Y.: 
W. W. Norton [1948]. 238 p. maps. 
Aroostook Co., Me., ca. 1820-1948. 

[1960 

Wendell S. Hadlock & Ernest S. Dodge. 
A canoe from the Penobscot River. Am. 
Neptune, 8: 289-301 (Oct), diagr., 
views, notes. Describes a canoe ac- 
quired by Peabody Museum, Salem, in 
1826, and comments on the construction 
of such canoes. [1961 

Honorius Prevost. Un chapitre d'his- 
toire religieuse dans le Maine. Univ. 
Laval, Rev., 2: 853-860 (Jun). notes. 
On the services of I'Abbe Moyse Fortier, 
cur6 of Saint-Georges, to Canadian immi- 
grants in Maine, 1838-45. [1962 

Evan M. Wylie. Thoreau trails. Holi- 
day, 4 (no. 3): 105-109, 136 (Sep), col. 
views. Describes the present state of 
the routes in Maine followed by Thoreau 
in 1857. [1963 

Samuel M. Green. Edbury Hatch 
[1849-1935]: down-east carver. Mag. of 
art, 41: 308-311 (Dec). On Hatch's 
wood carvings done at Newcastle, 1870 
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Howell Walker. Aroostook County, 
Maine: source of potatoes. Natl. geog. 
mag., 94: 459-478 (Oct), map, views 
(part col.). Description with occasional 
historical references, 1870-1948. [1965 

Ghost railroad. Trains, 8 (no. 4): 30-31 
(Feb), views. On the Bridgton & Har- 
rison Railway, from Bridgton Junction 
to Harrison, 1882-1941. [1966 

Timothy W. Robinson. A word list 
from Morrill, Maine (c. 1887). [Edited 
by] B. J. Whiting. Am. Speech, 23: 
111-116 (Apr), notes. Words hitherto 
unrecorded, or of interest for other rea- 
sons, collected from Robinson's History 
of the Town of Morrill (Belfast, Me., 
1944), composed between 1876 and 1887. 

[1967 

The Waterville Street Railway group 
[1888 S.]. Railroad mag., 47 (no. 2): 
82-87 (Nov), map, views. [1968 

Gerald Averill. Ridge runner: the 
story of a Maine woodsman. Phila.: 
J. B. Lippincott Co. [1948. 2], 217 p. 
Autobiography, 1896-1946. [1969 

Katharine Augusta Sutton & Robert 
Francis Needham. Universalists at 
Ferry Beach: a history. Boston: Uni- 
versalist Pub. House, 1948. 137, [6] p. 
facsims., maps, ports., views, notes. 
On the Ferry Beach Park Association of 
Universalists, Saco, Me., 1901-48. 

[1970 

George Bucknam Dorr. Acadia Na- 
tional Park: its growth and develop- 
ment. . . . Book II. Bangor, Me.: 
Printed by Burr Print. Co., 1948. 
46 p. port., views. Reminiscences of a 
chief promoter of the Park, 1907-41. 
Book I published 1942. [1971 

Lincoln Smith. Tidal power in Maine. 
Land econ., 24: 239-252 (Aug), notes. 
On the Passamaquoddy tidal power 
project, 1920-47. [1972 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Statewide Histoky 

John S. Jenness. Notes on the first 
planting of New Hampshire and on the 
Piscataqua Patents [1622-30]. Hist. 



N. H., Apr. 1948, p. 12-17. facsim., 
ports. First printed in 1878. [1973 

Henry N. Andrews, Jr. The royal 
pines of New Hampshire [1623-1938]. 
Appalachia, 27: 186-198 (Dec), map, 
views, notes. [1974 

Brooks Palmer. The first New Hamp- 
shire clockmakers [ca. 1749-1837]. An- 
tiques, 54: 36-37 (Jul), view. [1975 

William H. Sawyer. Historical and 
bibliographical notes on the sheets of 
New Hampshire statutes printed in 1776- 
78, pages 3-104. Law lib. jour., 41: 1-10 
(Feb). [1976 

Donald K. Packard. New Hampshire 
mirror or looking glass clocks [ca. 1835- 
ca. 1840]. Natl. Assoc. Watch and 
Clock Collectors, Bui., 3: 200-205 
(Dec), views. [1977 

Kenneth Scott. Press opposition to 
Lincoln in New Hampshire. New Eng. 
guar., 21: 326-341 (Sep), notes. Quotes 
New Hampshire newspapers of 1861. 

[1978 

Local History 

Mary M. Kenway. Recently discovered 
Dunlap highboy. Am. collector, 17 (no. 8) : 
5, 23 (Sep), views. Describes an 18th- 
century article found in New Hampshire. 

[1979 

Charles Deane. Notes relating to 
David Thomson. Hist. N. H., Apr., 
p. 7-12. facsim., ports. First printed 
in 1876. On an early settler at Pisca- 
taqua, 1623-26. [1980 

Grace Everlina (Holbrook) Blood. 

Manchester on the Merrimack: the storj' 
of a city [1751-1948]. Manchester, 
N. H.: L. a. Cummings Co. [1948. 16], 
353, [3] p. views. [1981 

First book printed in New Hampshire. 
Month at Goodspeed's, 20: 20-21 (Oct). 
Describes An astronomical diary: or, an 
almanack for the year of our Lord Christ, 
1757, by Nathaniel Ames (Portsmouth 
[1766]). [1982 

Charles Simms. 18th century New 
Hampshire corner cupboard. Am. col- 
lector, 17 (no. 7): 5, 23 (Aug), view. 



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Describes a carved pine cupboard built 
at Chester, 1761. [1983 

Joseph Burbeen Walker. Benjamin 
Thompson — Coiuit Rumford — in New 
Hampshire. Hist. N. H., Nov. 1948, 
p. 3-19. cartoons, facsims., ports. On 
Thompson's stay at Concord, 1772-74, 
and his difficulties as a Loyalist. [1084 

Milton Rubincam. Three John Raw- 
lings in the Revolutionary War. Natl. 
Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 113 (Dec). On 
three men named John Rawlings, who 
enlisted in Capt. Richard Weare's Com- 
pany, 3d N. H. Regiment, Feb. -Mar. 
■ 1777. [1985 

Ruben D. Mussey. Beer in preference: 
copy of a letter written by Ruben D. 
Mussey to his father Doct. John Mussey 
at Peterboro, N. H. Dartmouth College 
Lib. buL, 4: 148-149 (Jun). Letter 
dated Dartmouth College, May 31, 1803, 
containing details of undergraduate life. 

[1986 

William Parker Straw. Amoskeag in 
New Hampshire — an epic in American 
industry. N. Y.: Newcomen Society of 
England, American Branch, 1948. 32 p. 
views. On the Amoskeag Manufacturing 
Co., Manchester, N. H., 1804-1946. 

[1987 

William Taylor Morson. Another old 
New England farmhouse restored. An- 
tiques, 54: 32-35 (Jul), views. On the 
1 house built near Bradford, N. H., by 
Joshua Eaton, ca. 1814. [1988 

Florence Morey. The Cliff's Franken- 

j stein. American Mountain Painters, v. 

'. Godfrey N. Frankenstein, 1820-1873. 

i Appalachia, 27: 32-39 (Jun). views. 

On Frankenstein as a painter in America, 

ca. 1840-1873, his visit to a cliff named 

after him in the White Mountains, ca. 

1847, and his later visits to the vicinity. 

[1989 

Jerome P. Jackson, Jr. Two little 
known New Hampshire clockmakers. 
Natl. Assoc. Watch and Clock Col- 
lectors, BuL, 3: 136-137 (Jul). 
facsims., views. On clocks made by 



Wells Forbes, Bristol, 1842, and David 
Dutton, Mount Vernon, undated. 

[1990 

James Duane Squires. Headlights and 
highlights — the Northern Railroad of 
New Hampshire, 1844-1848. N. Y.: 
Newcomen Society of England, American 
Branch, 1948. 28 p. [1991 

The Meadows view of Dartmouth. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 235 (Jun-Jul). 
view. Describes a colored engraving of 
Dartmouth College by Christian Mead- 
ows, 1851. [1992 

Philip R. Hastings. East Branch & 
Lincoln. Railroad mag., 44 (no. 4): 
118-125 (Jan), map, views. On a lum- 
ber railroad in northern New Hampshire, 
1893-1947. [1993 

Among the Clouds. Gleanings from 
Among the Clouds, 1897-1902. Selected 
by Robert L. M. Underhill. Appalachia, 
27: 75-88 (Jun). notes. From a news- 
paper published on the summit of Mount 
Washington. [1994 

Lawrance Thompson. An early Frost 
broadside. New colophon, 1: 5-12 (Jan), 
facsim., music. On the discovery of a 
broadside of a poem by Robert Frost, en- 
titled The later minstrel, composed for 
exercises at Pinkerton Academy, Derry, 
N. H., Feb. 1907, in celebration of the 
100th anniversary of the birth of Henry 
W. Longfellow. [1995 

VERMONT 

Statewide History 

Walter T. Bogart, The "Lease Lands" 
in Vermont [1749-1937]. Vt. guar., 16: 
150-165 (Oct). [1996 

Lewis Dayton Stilwell. Migration 
from Vermont [1761-1860]. Montpelier: 
Vermont Historical Society, 1948. [8], 
63-246, 11 p. maps (part col.), notes. 
Reprinted from Vt. Hist. Soc, Proc, 
n. s., v. 5, no. 2 (Jun 1937). (Growth of 
Vermont, v. 5.) [1997 

Julia R. Kellogg. Vermont post roads 
and canals [ca. 1776-ca. 1850]. Vt. guar., 
16: 135-149 (Oct), notes. [1098 



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Lorenzo D'Agostino. The history of 
pubhc welfare in Vermont [1777-1947]. 
Wash.: Catholic Univ. of America Press, 
1948. viii, 387 p. diagrs. bibliog. (p. 
351-359), notes. Thesis— Catholic Univ. 
of America. [1999 

Andrew E. Nuquist. Freeman's oath 
[1777-1924]. Vt. qvar., 16: 53-64 (Apr). 

[2000 

Burroughs Mussey. The State of Ver- 
mont. Am. mercury, 66: 578-585 (May). 
On the character of Vermont, with inci- 
dental historical references, ca. 1789- 
1948. [2001 

Stewart Hall Holbrook. Melancholy 
on a hill. Am. scholar, 17: 407-416 
(fall). Reflections on the depopulation 
of the Vermont hills, ca. 1830-1948. 

[2002 

Local History 

Stanley M. Qifford. A brief summary 
of three _years digging on the Orwell site, 
Vermont [1935-37]. Ft. TicoNDERonA 
Mus., Bui., 8: 25-28 (Jan), views. 
Discovery of 45 "Red Paint" graves and 
later remains at a point opposite Fort 
Ticonderoga. [2003 

Rodney W. Boundy. The District 
School, Town of Rockinghain [1753- 
1893]. Vt. guar., 16: 127-134 (Oct). 

[2004 

William Howard Brown. John Goffe 
and the Crown Point Road. Hist. N. H., 
Sep. 1948, p. 3-30. diagrs., facsims., 
map, ports., views. On a military road 
from Charlestown, N. H., to Lake Cham- 
plain, and the activities of Goffe's New 
Hampshire Regiment in building the 
road, 1759 60. [2005 

Howland F. Atwood. Notes for a his- 
tory of Hartland [1761-ca. 1930]. Vt. 
guar., 16: 96-123 (Jul). [2006 

Ernest Ludlow Bogart. Peacham: the 
story of a Vermont hill town [1763- 
1948]. Montpelier: Vermont Historical 
Society, 1948. [12], 494 p. facsims., 
maps, ports., views, bibliog. (p. 479- 
482), notes. [2007 



Wilmond W. Parker. Township of 
Monro [1785-1823]. Vt. quar., 16: 27- 
36 (Apr). [2008 

Stewart Hall Holbrook. The great 
Boorn mystery. A7n. mercury, 67: 735- 
742 (Dec). On events in Manchester, 
Vt., 1812-19. [2009 

Robert Ashley. Wilkie Collins and a 
Vermont murder trial. New Eng. guar., 
21: 368-373 (Sep), notes. On "the debt 
owed by Collins' novelette, The Dead 
Alive, to an early American cause c^lebre, 
the trial of the Boorn brothers [Jesse and 
Stephen] for the murder of Russell Col- 
vin at Manchester, Vermont, in October 
and November, 1819." [2010 

Gordon Ireland. The Balestiers of 
Beechwood, Wash., ''1948. vi, 77 p. 
ports., views. On Joseph Neree Balestier 
(1814-88) and his family in Vermont, 
1868 fT., with anecdotes of Rudyard 
Kipling in Vermont, 1892-96. [2011 

Sarah E. Guernsey. A Vermont covui- 
try school of the 1870's: reminiscences by 
one who taught there [1875 ff.]. Mt. 
Holyoke alumnae guar., 32: 4-5 (May), 
port. [2012 

The Vermonter. Railroad mag., 46 
(no. 3): 72-77 (Aug), port., views. On 
Guy A. Vaughan (1879-1946) as a 
maker of locomotive models, 1916-44. 

[2013 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Statewide History 

William S. Fowler. Classifications of 
some Massachusetts pottery. Mass. 
Archaeol. See, BuL, 10: 4-6 (Oct). 

[2014 

Abbott L. Cumrriings. Domestic archi- 
tecture of the 17th century in Ma.ssachu- 
setts [1630-1700]. Soc. Architectural 
Historians, Jour., 7 (nos. 3-4): 30 (Jul- 
Dec). Abstract of thesis (m. a.), Oberlin 
College, 1947. [2015 

Mark De Wolfe Howe. The recording 

of deeds in the colon}' of Massachusetts 

Bay [1640-1947]. Boston Univ. laiv rev., 

28: 1-6 (Jan), notes. [2016 



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Freedom to be orthodox. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 20: 16-18 (Oct). Describes 
The controversie concerning liberty of 
conscience in matters of religion, ^ by the 
Rev. John Cotton (London, 1646). 

[2017 

Thorp L. Wolford. The laws and hber- 
ties of 1648: the first code of laws enacted 
and printed in English America. Boston 
Univ. law rev., 28: 426-463 (Nov). 
notes. On Lauues and libertyes concern- 
ing the inhabitants of Massachusetts. 

[2018 

Hermann C. Lythgoe & Daniel S. 
. Dunn. Food and drug legislation in 
Massachusetts [1692-1948]. Food drug 
cosmetic law quar., 3: 566-569 (Dec), 
ports. [2019 

Edmund S. Morgan. Thomas Hutchin- 
son and the Stamp Act [1764-65]. New 
Eng. quar., 21: 459-492 (Dec), notes. 
Includes "Hutchinson's essay on colonial 
rights," a ms. (end lost) sent by Hutchin- 
son to Richard Jackson in a letter dated 
Jul. 23, 1764. [2020 

[Jonathan Smith.] The depression of 
1785 and Daniel Shays' Rebellion. Wm. 
and Mary quar., 5: 77-94 (Jan). First 
printed in 1905. [2021 

C. A. Peairs, Jr. Corporate powers in 
Massachusetts [1804-1947]. Boston Univ. 
law rev., 2S: 301-334 (Jun). notes. 

[2022 

Robert J. Tilden. The fiduciary duty 

of corporation directors in Massachu- 

1 setts [1807-1947]. Boston Univ. law 

'.; rev., 28: 265 300 (Jun). notes. [2023 

E. Merrick Dodd. The evolution of 

limited liability in American industry: 

Massachusetts [1809-56]. Harv. law rev., 

1 61: 1351-1379 (Sep), notes. [2024 

George K. Black. Interrogatories as 

1 pre-trial discovery in Massachusetts 

[1851-1947]. Mass. law guar., 33: 9-27 

(Apr), notes. (2025 

Lois Bannister Merk. The early 

career of Maud Wood Park. Radcliffe 

. quar., 32 (no. 2): 10-17 (May), port. 

notes. On activities in promoting woman 



suffrage, 1895-1 91 7, particularly in Massa- 
chusetts. [2026 

Llewelljm T. Schofield. Massachusetts 
Land Court. Surveying and mapping, 8: 
180-186 (Oct-Dec). diagr. On the 
provisions and working of the Massa- 
chusetts Registration Act, 1898-1948. 

[2027 

Alexander Lincoln. Some notes on rep- 
resentative town meetings [1915-42]. 
Mass. law quar., 33: 31-46 (Apr). 
Refers particularly to Brookline. [2028 

Boston 

The Port of Boston goes on the alert. 
Nautical gaz., 142 (no. 3): 28-34 (Mar), 
ports., views. Description, with oc- 
casional historical references, 1630-1948. 

[2029 

David Thompson Watson McCord. 
About Boston: sight, sound, flavor, & 
inflection. Garden City, N. Y.: Double- 
day, 1948. 192 p. views. Informal 
description, with historical references, 
1634 n. [2030 

Herbert G. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 5 — Harvard University [1636-1948]. 
D. A. R. mag., 82: 741-747 (Oct), views. 

[2031 

Percy E. Raymond. Pewter at the 
Harvard tercentenary [1635-1936]. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 4): 19-20, 24 (May). 
views. [2032 

Louisa Dresser. A 17th century caudle 
cup by Benjamin Sanderson. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 10): 5, 20 (Nov), view. 
Silver cup made by Benjamin Sanderson, 
of Boston (1649-78). [2033 

Robert Newton Linscott, ed. State of 
mind: a Boston reader. [N. Y.] Farrar, 
Straus [1948]. xvi, 428 p. (City & 
county readers series [1].) Selections 
from writings of Bostonians, showing 
the social life and customs of Boston, 
1688-1948. [2034 

Lee Max Friedman. A contemporary 
appraisal of Judah Monis, Harvard's first 
instructor in Hebrew. Am. Jew. Hist. 
Soc, Pub., 38: 146-149 (Dec). On 



125 



Harvard's first teacher of Hebrew, Bollo Gabriel Silver, comp. The 



1722-60, with a letter from Stephen 
Sewall, Hancock Professor of Hebrew 
and Oriental Languages, 1765-85, to 
Richard Grey, Sep. 7, 1764, on Sewall's 
Hebrew grammar. [2035 

Mary Kent (Davey) Babcock, comp. 
Christ Church, Boston, records. New 
Eng. hist, and geneal. reg., 102: 28-37 
(Jan). Concl. This installment: burials, 
1769-75, and Negro burials, baptisms, 
and marriages, 1725-75. [2036 

Alphaeus H. Albert. The First Corps 
of Cadets of Boston, Massachusetts^ 
Nail, button hul., 7: 52-53 (Jan). On 
buttons of this organization, ca. 1728- 
1948. [2037 

Mabel Miinson Swan. Boston's carvers 
and joiners [1733-1833]. Antiques, 53: 198- 
201, 281-285 (Mar- Apr), views. Includes 
two alphabetical lists of "Boston cabinet- 
makers, chairmakers, and carvers." [2038 

Josephine Craven Horner. Lucretia's 
silver comes home. D. A. R. 7nag., 
82: 823-826 (Nov), ports. On silver- 
ware made by Paul Revere for Lucretia 
(Chandler) Murray, of Boston, 1762. 

[2039 

The Revere view of Harvard. Old Print 
Shop portfolio, 7: 235-236 (Jun-Jul). 
view. Describes a print designed by 
Jos. Chadwick, engraved by Paul Revere, 
1768, as reengraved by Sidney Smith, 
1916. [2040 

Alfred Sherwood Romer. Zoology at 
Harvard [1784-1948]. Bios, 19: 7-20 
(Mar), ports., views. [2041 

Sidney Kaplan. The reduction of 
teachers' salaries in post-Revolutionary 
Boston. New Eng. quar., 21: 373-379 
(Sep). notes. Quotes newspapers of 
1786. [2042 

Hamilton Vaughan Bail. Views of 
Harvard to 1860: an inconographic 
study. Harv. Lib. bul, 2: 44-82, 179-221, 
309-343 (winter-autumn), views, notes. 
Cont. and to be concl. These install- 
ments: 1788-1839. [2043 



Boston book trade, 1800-1825. N. Y. 
Pub. Lib., Bul, 52: 487-500, 557-573, 
635-650 (Oct-Dec). notes. Alphabetical 
list of printers, gravers, bookbinders, and 
booksellers, with an introduction. [2044 

Rollo Gabriel Silver. Buckets, bags, 
and bed key: some remarks concerning 
the Conservative Fire Society. Am. 
notes & queries, 8: 3-10 (Apr), notes. 
On a society of printers, bookbinders, and 
booksellers in Boston, 1805-ca. 1835, 
with a copy of "Rules and regulations of 
the Conservative Society." [2045 

John Edward Dirks. The critical the- 
ology of Theodore Parker. N. Y.: Co- 
lumbia Univ. Press, 1948. viii, [2], 
173, [2] p. port, bibliog. (p. 161-164), 
notes. (Columbia studies in American 
culture, no. 19.) Thesis — Columbia 
Univ. On Parker (1810-60) as a "tran- 
scendentalist," 1836-60. [2046 

William H. Riback. Theodore Parker 
of Boston: social reformer [1840-60]. 
Social service rev., 22: 451-460 (Dec), 
notes. [2047 

Ralph Barton Perry. The thought and 
character of WiUiam James [1842-1910]. 
. . . Briefer version. Cambridge: Har- 
vard Univ. Press, 1948. x, [4], 402 p. 
port, notes. First published 1935. 
Deals with the whole life and work of 
James, particularly his philosophic think- 
ing, and reprints several of his writings. 

[2048 

John N. Makris, ed. Boston murders. 
N. Y.: Duell, Sloan, and Pearce [1948]. 
223 p. bibliog. (p. 221-223). (Regional 
murder series, v. 9.) Accounts of the 
Bickford case (1845), the Chester S. 
Jordan case (1908), the Kid Carter case 
(1913), the Harry Manster case (1918), 
the Kearney case (1924), the Brown 
Derby murder and the Corey-Price case 
(1925), and the Joseph Fantasia case 
(1927), by Marjorie Carleton, Paul 
Whelton, W. H. Schofield, Timothy 
Fuller, Lawrence Dame, J. A. Kelley, 
and the editor, with "A calendar of Bos- 
ton murder trials." [2049 



12C 



Stewart Hall Holbrook. Murder at 
Harvard. Am. mercury, 66: 228-233 
(Feb). On the murder of Dr. George 
Parkman by Prof. John White Webster, 
Nov. 23, 1849. [2050 

Robert Frederick Herrick, comp. Red 
Top: reminiscences of Harvard rowing. 
Cambridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1948. 
vi, [2], 255 p. facsims., maps, ports., 
views. "Bibliography of rowing . . . 
[by] F[red] Brittain . , . [with] a partial 
list of books and articles published since 
1930" (p. 183-248). Notes and articles 
by various authors, ca. 1857-1944. 

[2051 

Josphine Francis (Allen) Clark. 
Benjamin Preston Clark, October eighth, 
1860-January eleventh, 1939. Boston, 
1947 [i. e. 1948]. xi, 220 p. fold, 
geneal. table, ports., views. Biography 
of a Boston industrialist, by his widow. 

[2052 

Arthur Howes. Boston Music Hall 
Organ: its history from 1863 to date. 
Diapason, 39 (no. 4): 6 (Mar). [2053 

Jane Mayhall. William James and the 
modern mood [ca. 1863 ff.]. Antioch 
rev., 8: 291-305 (fall), notes. [2054 

Allan Forbes & Ralph Mason East- 
man. Yankee ship sailing cards: pre- 
senting reproductions of some of the 
colorful cards announcing ship sailings 
in the days when Boston ships and Bos- 
ton men were known in every port of the 
Seven Seas. Boston: State Street Trust 
Co. [1948]. xii, [2], 76 [3] p. facsims. 
(part col.). Reproduces cards dated 
1865-82, with notes on the ships adver- 
tised and on the printers of the cards. 

[2055 

Richard H. Gayle. Extracts from the 
diary of Richard H. Gayle, Confederate 
States Navy. Edited by Frank E. 
Vandiver. Tyler's quar. hist, and geneal. 
mag., 30: 86-92 (Oct). Diary of a pris- 
oner of war in Boston, Jan. 20-Apr. 3, 
1865. [2056 



William M. Warren. Roundabout the 
four homes of Boston University College 
of Liberal Arts [1873-1948]. Bostonia, 
21 (no. 7): 39-46 (Apr), views. [2058 

Morris Allison Bealle. The history of 
football at Harvard, 1874-1948. Wash.: 
Columbia Pub. Co. [1948]. 541, [1] p. 
facsims., ports., views. [2059 

A. D. Van Nostrand. The Lomasney 
legend. New Eng. quar., 21: 435-458 
(Dec). On Martin Michael Lomasney, 
"the political czar of Boston's West 
End" from ca. 1877 to his death in 1933. 

[2060 

Henry Aaron Yeomans. Abbott Law- 
rence Lowell, 1856-1943. Cambridge: 
Harvard Univ. Press, 1948. xiii, [3], 
564 p. map, ports., views. Mainly on 
Lowell's connection with Harvard, 1877- 
1943. [2061 

Bronislas A. Jezierski. The Adamow- 
skis, musicians and patriots. Polish Am. 
stud., 5: 14-32 (Jan-Jun). On Timothee 
and Josef Adamowski, concertists, Bos- 
ton, 1878-1943, and their families, 

[2062 

Mary Hume Maguire. The uniqueness 
of Radcliflfe. Radcliffe quar., 32 (no. 2): 
3-9 (May), facsims., ports., view. His- 
tory of Radcliflfe College, 1878-1943. 

[2063 

Gerald White Johnson. Liberal's 
progress. N. Y.: Co ward-McCann 
[1948]. xii, [2], 268 p. port. On Ed- 
ward Albert Filene (1860-1937) as a 
retailer in Boston, 1880-1928. [2064 

Samuel M. Waxman. James Geddes, 
Jr., 1858-1948. Italica, 25: 271-273 
(Dec), port. On Geddes as Professor 
of Romance Languages, Boston Uni- 
versity, 1887-1937, and as a specialist in 
Italian studies. [2065 

Rollo Walter Brown. "Kitty" of 
Harvard. Atlantic mo., 182 (no. 4): 
65-9 (Oct). Reminiscences of George 
Ljman Kittredge as Professor of English 
at Harvard, 1888-1936. [2066 



Harold Kaese. The Boston Braves [ca. Edward Francis McClennen, Louis D. 
1871-1948]. N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Brandeis as a lawyer. Boston: Massa- 
Sons [1948]. ix, 269 p. ports. [2057 chusetts Bar Assoc, 1948. 28 p. {Mass. 



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law quar., v. 33, no. S.) Reminiscences 
of an employee, later a partner, of 
Brandeis, 1895-1916. [2067 

Bollo Walter Brown. Harvard Yard in 
the golden age. N. Y.: Current Books, 
1948. 200 p. Reminiscences, ca. 1900- 
ca. 1940, of Charles William Eliot, 
George Santayana, Josiah Royce, George 
Herbert Palmer, Hugo Munsterberg, 
William James, George Lyman Kittredge, 
Nathaniel Southgate Shaler, Charles 
Townsend Copeland, Charles Eliot Nor- 
ton, George Pierce Baker, and Le Baron 
Russell Briggs. [2068 

First auto policy WTitten in Boston on 
June 2, 1902. Old timers news, 3 (no. 10): 
4 (Apr). facsim. Insurance policy 
issued by the Boston Insurance Co. 

[2069 

James H. Hanford. Harvard philology 
forty years ago. Anlioch rev., 8: 308-320 
(fall). Reminiscences of a graduate 
student at Harvard, 1906 flf. [2070 

James L. Peters. Thomas Barbour, 
1884-1946. Auk, 65: 432-438 (Jul), 
port. On Dr. Barbour as a zoologist, 
particularly an ornithologist, and his 
connection with the Museum of Com- 
parative Zoology, Harvard, 1910-46. 

[2071 

Vincent Lee McKusick. A study of 
policies in educational institutions, giving 
specific attention to the Massachusetts 
Institute of Technology [1912-48]. 
Franklin Inst., Jour., 245: 193-225, 
272-300 (Mar- Apr), notes. [2072 

Bronislas A. Jezierski. Miecislaus 
Haiman: a personal reminiscence. Polish 
Am. stud., 5: 92-98 (Jul-Dec). Remi- 
niscences of association with the editor of 
Dziennik zjednoczenia, a Boston news- 
paper, 1917. [2073 

Irving Lowens. Uaffaire Muck: a 
study in war hysteria (1917-18). Musi- 
cology, 1: 265-274 [spring]. On Dr. 
Karl Muck and the Boston Symphony 
Orchestra. [2074 

Cecelia Van Auken. A great Tuftsman 
celebrates. Tufts alumni rev., 2 (no. 4): 
5-8 (May), ports. On Harold Edward 



Sweet as a trustee of Tufts College, 
1917-48, and as a jewelry manufacturer. 

[2075 

Theodore Spencer. The Morris Gray 
poetry readings. Harv. Lib. bul., 2: 
116-120 (winter). On readings at Har- 
vard on income from a fund given by 
Morris Gray, 1929-48. [2076 

Elinor Hughes. Passing through to 
Broadway. Boston: Waverly House 
["1948]. 354 p. ports., views. Remi- 
niscences and criticism of the Boston 
stage, 1936-47. [2077 

Louis M. Lyons. The reading of Nieman 
Fellows at Harvard [1938-48]. Harv. 
Lib. bul, 2: 83-97 (winter). notes. 
Fellowships in journalism established at 
Harvard in memorj- of Lucius Nieman. 

[2078 

John Ely Burchard. Q. E. D.: M. I. T. 

in World War ii. N. Y.: J. Wiley [1948]. 
xvi, 354 p. port., views. On adminis- 
trative and research activities of Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology con- 
nected with World War ii, 1939-45. 

[2079 

Fred E. Smith. Filter-plant operation 
at Cambridge, Massachusetts [1939-47]. 
New Eng. Water Works Assoc, Jour., 
62: 220-228 (Sep). [2080 

J. A. Crothers. Port of Boston 
Authority [1945-48]. State govt., 21: 
91-94 (Apr). [2081 

Other Local History 

Ripley P. BuUen & Edward Brooks. 

Three burials at the Hughes Site, 
Nantucket, Massachusetts. Mass. 
Archaeol. Soc, Bul., 10: 14-15 (Oct), 
plans. Describes undated remains, be- 
lieved to be "not very old." [2082 

Charles F. Sherman. A preliminary 
report of the Powers Shell Heap, in 
Kingston, Mass. Mass. Archaeol. 
Soc, But., 9: 75-76 (Jul). [2083 

Frederick J. Pohl. Leif Ericsson's visit 
to America: discoveries of 1947. Am.- 
Scandinavian rev., 36: 17-29 (Mar). 
maps, views. Evidence that Ericsson 



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anchored in Follins Pond, Nantucket, 
1003. [2084 

Ripley P. Bullen. Culture dynamics in 
eastern Massachusetts [before a. d. 
1200). Am. anttq., 14: 36-48 (Jul), 
table, view. [2085 

William Bradford. The history of Plym- 
outh Colony [1608-46]: a modern Eng- 
lish version [by Harold Paget] with an 
introduction by George F. Willison. 
N. Y.: Pubhshed for the Classics Club by 
W. J. Black [1948]. xxvii, 428 p. 
facsims., maps. [2086 

Ripley P. Bullen & Edward Brooks. 
Shell heaps on Sandy Neck, Barnstable, 
Massachusetts. Mass. Aechaeol. See, 
Bill, 10: 7-13 (Oct), views. On Indian 
artifacts dating from a time not long 
before 1621. [2087 

Frances Diana Robotti. Chronicles of 
old Salem: a history in miniature [1626- 
1933]. . . . Illustrated from the collec- 
tions of the Essex Institute. Salem, 
Mass., 1948. xi, 129p. facsims., ports., 
views, bibliog. (p. 119-120). [2088 

Clara Southwick Bradstreet. Olden 
daj'S in West Peabody. Danvers Hist. 
See, Col., 36: 1-15. view. On the part 
of Salem formerly known as Salem Farms 
and later as West Danvers, 1635-1948. 

[2089 

Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth. South 
Shore town. N. Y.: Macmillan Co., 
1948. xii, 201 p. bibliog. (p. 201). 
On Hingham, Mass., 1635-1948. [2090 

Robert West Howard. Cradle of Amer- 
ican industry. Travel, 90 (no. 5): 23-25, 
34 (Mar), views. On the iron works 
near Lynn, 1642-88. [2091 

Harrison Merrill Davis. Two Puritan 
divines. Essex Inst. hist, col,, 84: 229- 
246 (Jul). On Samuel Tgrrey (1632- 
1707), minister of the First Church at 
Weymouth, 1656-1707, and Thomas 
Prince (1687-1758), his pupil. Appended 
(p. 242-246): A memoir of the Reverend 
Samuel Torrey by the Reverend Thomas 
Prince (1757). [2092 



Josiah H. Temple. Indians of Old 
Brookfield. Excerpts from "History of 
North Brookfield," by Josiah H. Temple, 
1887. [Edited by] Mason Phelps. 
Mass. Archaeol. Soc, BuL, 9: 80-82 
(Jul). On the Quaboag Indians, 1660- 
1745. [2093 

Mildred McClary Tymeson. Worces- 
ter centennial, 1848-1948: historical 
sketches of the settlement, the town, 
and the city. Worcester, Mass.: Wor- 
cester Centennial, 1948. [12], 83 [1] p. 
facsims., maps, port., views. Includes a 
chapter on Worcester from 1674 to 1848. 

[2094 

Thomas Walley. Letters of the Rev- 
erend Thomas Walley of Barnstable to 
the Reverend John Cotton of Plymouth. 
[Edited] by Walter Muir Whitehill. 
Am. Antiq. Soc, Proc, 58: 247-262 
(Oct). Seven letters, Feb. 16, 1675- 
Jan. 16, 1677, with an account of Walley 
(1616-78) and his ministry at Barnstable, 
1663-78. [2095 

Russell Leigh Jackson, Physicians of 
Essex County. Essex Inst. hist, col., 84: 
75-90, 169-192, 277-292, 331-349 (Jan- 
Oct). ports. Concl. Biographical 
sketches, ca. 1685-ca. 1900. These in- 
stallments: Huse-Wyman and "Appen- 
dix." [2096 

Edward C. Foster. The lead mines of 
Hampshire County, Mass. [1697-1948]. 
Rocks and minerals, 23: 594-597 (Jul), 
map. notes. Deals particularly with 
the Manhan lead mine. [2097 

Walter Pritchard Eaton. Two hun- 
dred and fifty years of history. Roder- 
ick Peattie, ed.. The Berkshires (N. Y. : 
Vanguard Press [1948]), p. 275-313. 
On the Berkshires, 1722-1948. [2098 

Mabel Cook Coolidge. The history of 
Petersham, Massachusetts. . . . By Ma- 
bel Cook Coolidge for the Petersham 
Historical Society, Inc. [Petersham? 
1948.] 408 p. 4 fold, maps, ports., 
views. History of Volunteerstown or 
Voluntown, 1730-33; Nichewaug, 1733- 
54; and Petersham, 1754-1941. [2099 



129 



Kenneth W. Dow. Cove Hill m Rock- 
port, Massachusetts. Antiques, 54: 40- 
43 (Jul), views. On a house built ca. 
1734 for Job Lane. [2100 

Jonathan Edwards. Jonathan Ed- 
wards' sociology of the Great Awakening. 
[Edited by Perry Miller.] New Eng. 
quar., 21: 50-77 (Mar). Excerpts from 
three ms. sermons, ca. 1734-1740. 

[2101 

Jonathan Edwards. Jonathan Ed- 
wards on the sense of the heart. [Ed- 
ited by] Perry Miller. Harv. theol. rev., 
41: 123-145 (Apr). A fragment WTitten 
ca. 1745, now first printed. [2102 

Clifford Kenyon Shipton. Isaiah 
Thomas: printer, patriot, and philan- 
thropist, 1749-1831. Rochester, N. Y.: 
Print. House of Leo Hart, 1948. xii, 
[2], 94 p. facsims., port., view. (The 
printers' Valhalla.) [2103 

William H. Woodwell. Pre-Revolu- 
tionary account book of Captain Gideon 
Woodwell. Essex Inst. hist, col., 84: 
247-253 (Jul). Describes and quotes an 
account book kept by Gideon Woodwell, 
Newbury shipbuilder and merchant, 
1755-7o! [2104 

Amos Everett Jewett. The Acadians 
in Rowley [1756-67]. Essex Inst. hist, 
col, 84: 367-388 (Oct), facsim. notes. 

[2105 

President in search of a profession. 
Month at Goodspeed's, 19: 134-137 (Feb), 
facsim. Describes and reproduces a 
letter from John Adams, schoolteacher, 
to Charles Gushing, dated Worcester, 
Apr. 3, 1756, on choice of a profession. 

[2106 

John Currier. The Revolutionary 

papers of Caj)!. John Currier of Ames- 
bury, Essex Inst. hist, col, 84: 254-276, 
349-366 (Jul-Oct). Muster rolls, ac- 
counts, and supply records, 1775-76. 

[2107 

Sidney Kaplan. A Negro veteran in 
Shays' Rebellion. Jour. Negro hist., 33: 
123-129 (Apr), notes. On activities of 
Moses Sash of Worthington, Mass., 1787. 

[2108 



[Wilfred B. Morgan.] Attleborough. 
Natl, button bul, 7: 79-81 (Mar). On 
button manufacturers in Attleboro, Mass., 
1793-1922. [2109 

Richard Walden Hale. Milton Acad- 
emy, 1798-1948. Milton, Mass.: The 
Academy, 1948. [8], 185 p. [2110 

Samuel Holten. Laying out of Ingersoll 
Street, 1799. Danvers Hist. Soc, Hist, 
col., 36: 58-62. Letters dated at Danvers, 
May 4-Nov. 20, 1799. [2111 

An original clock by John Bailey, Jr., 
of Hanover, Massachusetts, and some 
new facts about this clockmaker. Time- 
pieces quar., 1: 45-46 (Nov). view. 
Describes a clock made in 1799 or 1800 by 
Bailey (born 1751). [2112 

Bessie D. Fabens. The Doyle mansion 
[ca. 1800-1933] — some memories and 
anecdotes. Essex Inst. hist, col., 84: 
1-14 (Jan), plan, views. Mainly remi- 
niscences of a Salem boarding house, 
1889-90. [2113 

Robert Cantwell. Nathaniel Haw- 
thorne: the American years [1804-50]. 
N. Y.: Rinehart [1948]. xiv, 499 p. 
ports., views. bibliog. (p. 481-486), 
notes (p. 443-479). [2114 

Amos G. Avery. Heman Clark. 
Natl. Assoc. Watch and Clock Col- 
lectors, Bul, 3: 124-128 (Jul), views. 
On Clark (ca. 1783-1838) as a clockmaker, 
landholder, and officeholder in Pl3'mouth, 
Mass., 1807-23. [2115 

G. R. Carpenter. Massachusetts' Hay- 
dens and their buttons. Natl, button bul., 
7: 363-366 (Nov). On David, Daniel, 
Joel, Festus, and Josiah Hayden, button 
manufacturers, 1808-47. [2116 

William Cullen Bryant II. The genesis 
of "Thanatopsis" [1811-15]. New Eng. 
guar., 21: 103-184 (Jun). notes. [2117 

Edouard A. Stackpole. A view of 
Nantucket early in the last century. 
Nantucket Hist. Assoc, Proc, 54: 
31-32. view. Describes an engraving 
made by Benjamin Tanner and published 
in Jan. 1811. [2118 



130 



Mary Hines Maple & Bessie Putnam 
Ropes. History of First Uiiiversalist 
Church in Danvers [1815-1945]. Dan- 
VERS Hist See, Hist, col, 36: 30-49. 
view. [2119 

Alfred P. Putnam. Danvers people 
and their homes: fiftieth anniversary of 
the Universalist Church. Danvers Hist. 
See, Hist, col, 36: 50-57. Reprinted 
from Danvers mirror, Oct. 4, 1879. 
Mainly on the church from 1815 to 1879. 

[2120 

Mary Hawley (Beecher) Longyear. 
The history of a house (built by Squire 
Bagley, in Amesbury, Massachusetts): 
its founder, family, and guests. . . . 
Illustrated by photographs of the house 
and the original furniture and objects 
found in the house in 1922. Second 
edition, revised. Brookline, Mass.: Long- 
year Foundation, 1947 [i. e. 1948]. 
vii, 70 p. facsims., ports., views. On a 
house built by Lowell Bagley (1784- 
1860) in 1819, with excerpts from his 
diary, 1819-50, from his family letters, 
1819-79, and from the diary of his 
daughter Sarah, 1876-77, and an account 
of a visit of Mary Baker Glover (later 
Mrs. Eddy), 1868. [2121 

Danvers, Mass. Engine Coinpany No. 1. 
Engine book for Fire Engine no. 1, 
Danvers, 1801-1830. Danvers Hist. 
See, Hist, col., 36: 71-93. Cont. and 
to be cont. This installment: minutes 
of meetings, Danvers, Jan. 11, 1823- 
Oct. 5, 1828. [2122 

Elizabeth Forgeus. The Northampton 
Law School. Law lib. jour., 41: 11-14 
(Feb). On a law school conducted at 
Northampton, 1823-29. [2123 

Harriot Buxton Barbour. Sandwich: 
the town that glass built. Boston: 
Houghton Mifflin Co., 1948. viii, [6], 
318 p. views. "Selected bibliography" 
(p. 307-310). On the glass industry 
established in Sandwich by Deming 
Jarves, 1825-88, with some reference to 
earlier and later events. [2124 

Cora Holinger. Charles Follen, a 
sketch of his life in New England. Am.- 



German rev., 14 (no. 5): 20-22 (Jun). 
On Karl Theodor Christian Follen (1796- 
1840), "Father of Gymnastics in Amer- 
ica," and his employment by Harvard, 
1825 flf., and as a Unitarian minister in 
East Lexington, 1836-40. [2125 

Richard C. Rolfe. The pressing ma- 
chine. Hobbies, 53 (no. 5): 108-109 
(Jul). On a glass-pressing machine in- 
vented by Enoch Robinson and im- 
proved by Deming Jarves, 1827. [2126 

Roland H. Woodwell. William Ashby 
of Newburyport and his laurel parties. 
Essex Inst. hist, col., 84: 15-28 (Jan), 
notes. On Ashby as a manufacturer, 
reformer, and gardener, 1827-81. [2127 

Hubert H. Hoeltje. Thoreau and the 
Concord Academy [1828-40]. Neiv Eng. 
guar., 21: 103-109 (Mar), notes. 

[2128 

Brooks Palmer, Daniel Pratt, neg- 
lected clockmaker of Reading, Massa- 
chusetts. Am. collector, 16 (no. 12): 
10-11, 27 (Jan), facsim., port., views. 
On Daniel Pratt, Jr., (1797-1871), as a 
clockmaker, 1832-ca. 1858, and as a 
clock dealer. [2129 

Frederick W. Coburn. Thomas Bay- 
ley Lawson (1807-1888): portrait painter, 
of Newburyport and Lowell, Massachu- 
setts, and his register of portraits made 
between 1833 and 1887. Essex Inst, 
hist, col, 84: 29-63 (Jan), ports. 
Concl. [2130 

Robert B. Shaffer. Emerson and his 
circle: advocates of functionalism. See. 
Architectural Historians, Jour.. 7 
(nos. 3-4): 17-20 (Jul-Dec). notes. 
Utterances of Emerson and James Elliot 
Cabot on architecture, 1833-62. [2131 

Harriet S. Terry Reminiscences of 
Salem. Essex Inst, hist col, 84: 91-93 
(Jan). Reminiscences of ca. 1833, dated 
Rochester, N. Y., Mar. 22, 1884. [2132 

B. Bernard Cohen. The composition of 
Hawthorne's "The Duston Family" 
[1836]. New Eng. guar., 21: 236-241 
(Jun). notes. [2133 



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W. Q. C. Kimball. A new one for 

collectors: the Chicopee Falls rifle. Am. 
rifleman, 96 (no. 9): 43, 48 (Sep), view. 
On the Chicopee Falls Mfg. Co. and the 
Massachusetts Arms Co., 1836-66. 

[2134 

George F. Whicher. Mainland college 
life in missionary times. Univ. of 
Hawaii, The Pacific era, edited by Wil- 
liam Wyatt Davenport (Honolulu: Univ. 
of Hawaii Press, 1948), p. 109-124. 
notes. On college life at Amherst, 1846- 
48, as shown in the diary of William 
Gardiner Hammond. [2135 

James Wood Playsted. Mr. Thoreau 
writes a book. New colophon, 1: 367- 
376 (Oct), notes. On the publication of 
A week on the Concord and Merrimack 
Rivers, l8^7-e>2. [2136 

Egbert S. Oliver. "Cock-a-doodle- 
doo!" and transcendental hocus pocus. 
New Eng. quar., 21: 204-216 (Jun). 
notes. Comments on a short story by 
Herman Melville, published 1853. 

[2137 

Portrait of a whaler. Month at Good- 
speed's, 19: 186-190 (Mar), view. De- 
scribes "Exchange signals," a water color 
by Benjamin Russell showing the Bra- 
ganza of New Bedford, ca. 1855, with 
remarks on the whale fishery. [2138 

A list of the inhabitants of the part of 
Beverly which was set off to Danvers in 
1857. Danvers Hist See, Hist, col., 
36: 67-69. [2139 

Thomas A. Tripp. Cape Cod and 
Buzzards Bay: reminders, memories, 
contacts. N. Y.: Newcomen Society of 
England, American Branch, 1948. 32 p. 
On the author's boyhood in New Bed- 
ford, 1857 fi"., and on experiences of his 
father in California, 1850 S. [2140 

Sylvia Chace Lintner. Mill architec- 
ture in Fall River: 1865-1880. New 
Eng. guar., 21: 185-203 (Jun). notes. 

[2141 

Frederick B. Robinson. George Newell 
Bowers. Art in A7n., 36: 141-147 (Jul), 
views. On Bowers, of Springfield, as a 
painter, 1872-1906. [2142 



Frank Q. Speck & Ralph W. Dexter. 

Utilization of marine life by the Wampa- 
noag Indians of Massachusetts [1880- 
1947]. Wash. Acad. Sci., Jour., 38: 
257-265 (Aug), views. [2143 

George Batchelor. The Salem of Haw- 
thorne's time: from a lecture given in 
Salem in 1887 by the Rev. Dr. George 
Batchelor, former pastor of the Barton 
Square Church. Essex. Inst. hist. col.. 
84: 64-74 (Jan), notes. Text reprinted 
from the Salem gazette. Mar. 11 and 18, 
1887, commenting on Henry James's 
ignorance of Salem as exhibited in his 
recent book on Hawthorne. [2144 

Granville Stanley Hall. Letters to 
Jonas Oilman Clark. . . . Edited by 
N[ixon] Orwin Rush. Worcester, Mass.: 
Clark Univ. Library, 1948. [6], 38 p. 
diagr. Letters from the President of 
Clark University to its founder, 1888-94, 
on details of establishing the University. 

[2145 

W. H. Kilpatrick, Mishaps of the 122. 
Railroad mag., 46 (no. 3): 6, 8 (Aug). 
Railroad accidents in Quincy, Mass., 
1890-91. [2146 

Dorothy Foster. Mount Holyoke in 
1904. AH. Holyoke ahnnnae quar., 32: 
62-63 (Aug), port. Reminiscences of a 
professor of English literature. [2147 

Dorothy Graves Thomas. Florence 
Winslow Foss: creative artist and teacher. 
Mt. Holyoke alumnae quar., 32: 59-61 
(Aug), port., views. On the work of 
Miss Foss as a teacher of art at Mount 
Holyoke and as a sculptor, ca. 1908-1948. 

[2148 

George H. Bean. Yankee auctioneer: 
wherein are to be found the reminiscences 
and philosophy of a country auctioneer, 
well seasoned with yarns about profits 
and people. Boston: Little, Brown. 1948. 
viii, 247 p. On auctions in the Connecti- 
cut Valley of Massachusetts, 1912-48. 

[2149 

Mary Heaton Verse. Hometown re- 
visited: 4. Provincetown [1915-48]. 
Tomorrow, 7 (no. 11): 25-28 (Jul). 

[2160 



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Alfred F. Havighurst. The Amherst 
Memorial Fellowships, 1920-1946. Am- 
herst grad. quar., 37: 96-102 (Feb). 

[2151 

Nelson N. Cochrane. Escapes and 
their control. Prison world, 10 (no. 3) : 
3-5, 28-29 (May-Jun). views. "An- 
alysis of escapes from the State Prison 
Colony, Norfolk, Massachusetts," 1928- 
47. [2152 

He bought his own railroad — and he 
makes it pay! Trains, 8 (no. 7) : 49-53 
(May), map, views. On the Edaville 
Railroad (2-foot gauge), organized by 
Ellis D. Atwood for use on a cranberry 
ranch near South Carver, Mass., 1941-48 

[2153 

RHODE ISLAND 

Statewide History 

George W. Long. Rhode Island, mod- 
ern city-state. Natl. geog. mag., 94: 137- 
170 (Aug), map, views (part col.). De- 
scription with occasional historical refer- 
ences, 1636-1948. [2154 

Junius B. Wood. Rhode Island meets 
the piper. Nation's bus., 37 (no. 1) : 
42-45, 60-63 (Jan), facsim., views. On 
business in Rhode Island, 1636-1947. 

[2155 

Alden C. Manchester & Rita C. Man- 
chester. The Manchester family of 
Rhode Island. New Eng. hist, and geneal. 
reg., 102: 10-28 (Jan). Concl. This 
installment: 1701-ca. 1780. [2156 

Ethel B. Quincy. National Cadets — 
Rhode Island [1840-47]. Just buttons, 
6: 267-268 (Sep), view. [2157 

Albert H. Miller. Anesthesia in Rhode 
Island [1901-47]. R. I. med. jour., 31: 
37-41 (Jan). [2158 

Newport 

Kenneth J. Conant. Newport Tower 
or Mill. R. I. hist., 7: 2-7 (Jan). Criti- 
cal comments on Hjalmar R. Holland, 
America, 1355-1S64 (N. Y., 1946), and 
Philip Ainsworth Means, Neivport Tower 
(N. Y., 1942). [2159 



Hjalmar R. Holland. The origin of 
the Newport Tower. R. I. hist., 7: 65- 
73 (Jul), view, notes. Defends the 
author's America, 1355-1364 (N. Y., 
1946) against criticisms by Kenneth 
Conant. [2160 

Frederick J. Pohl. A key to the prob- 
lem of the Newport Tower [1355-64]. 
R. I. hist., 7: 75-83 (Jul), notes. 

[2161 

Herbert Pell. The Old Stone Mill, 
Newport. R. I. hist., 7: 105-119 (Oct). 
Argues that the "mill" was built by ship- 
wrecked sailors from the expedition of the 
Portuguese Caspar Cortereal, ca. 1511. 

[2162 

Elbert E. Boyd, camp. Mosher gene- 
alogy. Detroit Soc. Geneal. Research mag., 
12: 33-38 (Nov-Dec). On descendants 
of Hugh Mosher (1600-1694) of Newport, 
R. I. [2163 

Touro Synagogue of Congregation 
Jeshuat Israel, Newport, Rhode Island 
[1658-1946. Newport] Society of Friends 
of Touro Synagogue National His- 
toric Shrine ["=1948]. 55 p. facsims. (1 
fold.), ports., views. Contents. — Some 
notes on the Touro Synagogue, by D. de 
Sola Pool. — Peter Harrison, by Fiske 
Kimball. — The Jews of Newport, R. I., 
in pre-Revolutionary days, by M. A. 
Gutstein. — A story of religious freedom, 
by J. M. Proskauer. — In the early days, 
by L. M. Friedman. — Judah Touro, by 
Leon Huhner.- — The Hebrew cemetery, 
by H. W. L. Dana. — The good future, by 
Carl Van Doren. — Touro Synagogue as a 
national historic site, by T. J. Allen.— 
Man doth not live by bread alone, by the 
editors. [2164 

Elizabeth H. Payne. An early portrait 
by Gilbert Stuart. Detroit Inst. Arts, 
BuL, 28: 19-24. port, notes. On a 
portrait of Sarah (Rivera) Lopez (Mrs. 
Aaron Lopez) and her son Josuah, of 
Newport, ca. 1773. [2165 

Cleveland Amory. Newport: there she 
sits. Harper's, 196: 118-27 (Feb). On 
Newport society, ca. 1830-1948. [2166 



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D. de Sola Pool. The Touro Synagogue: 
aspects of the missing half-century of its 
history (1850-1900). Am. Jew. Hist. 
See, Pub., 38: 57-76 (Sep), notes. On 
the Jewish community at Newport. 

[2167 

L. Francis Herreshofif. Yachting in the 
nineteen hundreds. Rudder, 64 (no. 7) : 
35-37 (Jul). Reminiscences of Newport 
Harbor, ca. 1900. [2168 

Providence 

George Leland Miner. Angell's Lane: 
the history of a little street in Providence. 
Providence: Akerman-Standard Press, 
1948. [14], 198, xxxvi p. facsims., 
maps, views, notes. History of Thomas 
Street, Providence, 1636-1945, and of its 
connection with the family of Thomas 
Angell (16187-1694) and with the Provi- 
dence Art Club. Appended: "A list of 
Rhode Island painters and sculptors up 
to the end of the 19th century" (p. iii- 
xxi). [2169 

Mabel Munson Swan. A blockfront 
secretary presumably made for Joseph 
Brown. /?. I. hisL, 7: 121-125 (Oct). 
view. On a secretary made by John 
Goddard in 1759, with three letters be- 
tween him and Moses Brown, 1763. 

[2170 

Clarkson A. Collins III. The portrait of 
Thomas Cranston. R. I. hist., 7: 129 
(Oct), port, (on front cover). On an 
oil portrait of Cranston (1710-85) painted 
by John Singleton Copley, presumably 
ca. 1765. " [2171 

Otto Karl Bach. A colonial suite at 
the Denver Art Museum. Am. collector, 
17 (no. 7): 10-11 (Aug), views. De- 
rived from Russell House, known also as 
the Clarendon Hotel, Providence, built 
in 1772. [2172 

Norman Morrison Isham. The design 
of the John Brown house: headquarters 
of the Rhode Island Historical Society 
. . . Edited by John Hutchins Cady. 
R. I. hist., 7: 126-128 (Oct), notes. On 
a house built in 1786. [2173 

John Brown. John Brown's diary 
(1787-1789). Transcribed and anno- 



tated by Clarkson A. Collins 3rd. R. I. 
hist., 7: 9-11, 51-57 (Jan- Apr), notes. 
Concl. Diary kept by a man of means 
at Providence, recording social life, news, 
and weather, Jun. 6-Dec. 31, 1788. 

[2174 

Julian Bammelkamp. The Providence 
Negro community, 1820-1842. R. I. 
hist., 7: 20-33 (Jan), notes. [2175 

Beginald Fitz. Leaves off the tree. 
R. I. med. jour., 31: 171-176 (Mar), 
facsims., views. On the Providence 
Medical Association, 1848-1948. [2176 

Boland Hammond, John E. Donley, 
& Peter Pineo Chase. The Provi- 
dence Medical Association [1848-1948]. 
R. I. med. jour., 31: 15-33 (Jan), ports., 
views. [2177 

Providence in 1848. R. I. med. jour., 31: 
34 (Jan). [2178 

Joseph Smith. The Providence City 
Health Department, 1856-1948. R. I. 
med. joxir., 31: 34-36 (Jan), ports. 

[2179 
Other Local History 

Rhode Island records prior to Rev- 
olutionary War. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
49-50, 124-126, 202-204, 295-296 (Jan- 
Apr). Lists of persons admitted as 
freemen in Warwick, 1750-78; Coventry, 
1760; East Greenwick, 1762; West 
Greenwich, 1761-62; and Bristol, 1760-62. 

[2180 

William Greene Roelker & Clarkson 
A. Collins III. The patrol of Narra- 
gansett Bay (1774-76) by H. M. S. Rose, 
Captain James Wallace. R. I. hist., 7: 
12-19, 90-95 (Jan and Jul), fold. map. 
notes. To be cont. Includes letters 
from Captain Wallace, dated Dec. 15, 
1774, Feb. 9, 1775, and May 9, 1775. 

[2181 

Horace G. Belcher. Old Rocky Point. 
R. I. hist., 7: 33-50 (Apr), views. Shore 
resort on Narragansett Bay, 1847-1947. 

[2182 

Ambrose Kennedy. Qiicbec to New 
England: the life of Monsignor Charles 
Dauray [1838-1931]. Boston: B. Hum- 
phries [1948]. 242 p. ports., views. On 



134 



the Precious Blood Parish, Woonsocket, 
R. I., in charge of Father Dauray, 
1872 flf. [2183 

CONNECTICUT 

Statewide History 

John Hicks Riege. Representation in 
the General Assembly: some aspects of 
the present system [1634-1948]. Conn. 
Bar jour., 22: 135-148 (Jun). [2184 

Fox (G.) and Company, Hartford. A 
century in Connecticut, written and 
published by G. Fox & Co. commem- 
orating the 100th anniversary of its 
founding in Hartford, Conn., 1847-1947. 
[Hartford, 1948. 8], 64 p. views, bib- 
liog. (p. 57-64). A collection of inci- 
dents and anecdotes from the history of 
Connecticut, 1635-1947. [2185 

Jolin Frederick Kelly. Early Con- 
necticut meetinghouses: being an account 
of the church edifices built before 1830, 
based chiefly upon town and parish 
records [1636-1830]. N. Y.: Columbia 
Univ. Press, 1948. 2 v. xlviii, 332; 
xiii, 360 p. diagrs., map, views. [2186 

Victor M. Gordon. Nonsupport in 
Connecticut [1699-1948]. Conn, bar 
jour., 22: 203-242 (Sep), notes. [2187 

State Bar Association of Connecticut. 

Junior Bar Section. Committee on Prac- 
tice and Procedure. Choosing the twelve: 
the selection of Connecticut jurors 
since 1744. Conn, bar jour., 22: 316-332 
(Dec), notes. [2188 

John Cotton Smith. John Cotton 
Smith papers: papers of John Cotton 
Smith whUe Lieutenant Governor, Acting 
Governor, and Governor of the State of 
Connecticut. Volume i. October 25, 
1811-July 19, 1813. Hartford: Con- 
necticut Historical Society, 1948. xvi, 
272 p. (Collections of the Connecticut 
Historical Society, v. 25.) [2189 

Victor M. Gordon. Interpleader in 
Connecticut [1827-1948]. Conn, bar 
jour., 22: 10-38 (Mar). [2190 

Frederick L. Perry. Simeon Eben Bald- 
win [1840-1927] Com. bar. jour., 22: 
39-52 (Mar), port. On Baldwin as law- 



yer, jurist. Governor of Connecticut, and 
professor of law, 1 863- 1919. [2191 

George W. Crawford, Leonard M. 
Daggett, & David M. Reilly. In 
memoriam: George Emerson Beers, 1865- 

1947. Conn. bar. jour., 22: 184-186 (Jun). 
On Beers as a lawyer and professor of 
law in Connecticut, 1892-1933. [2192 

Henry S. Keman. The forest frontier 
in Connecticut. Am. forests, 54: 120-121, 
142, 144 (Mar), views. On forestry 
in Connecticut, 1896-1948. [2193 

William M. Maltbie of Connecticut: 
Chief Justice of its Supreme Court of 
Errors. A7n. Bar Assoc, jour., 34: 
784-787, 851-853 (Sep), port. On 
William Mills Maltbie (born 1880) as 
a lawyer and jurist in Connecticut, 
1905-48. [2194 

Connecticut State Medical Society. 

Tumor Study Committee. Cancer in Con- 
necticut: a general survey of distribution 
and incidence [1935-46]. Conn. State 
med. jour., 12: 826-831 (Sep), diagrs. 

[2195 

New Haven 

Dimitri Pavlovitch Krynine. History 
of an old New Haven landmark. [New 
Haven] Yale Univ. Press, 1948. 73-98 p. 
maps. (Yale Univ. Publications from 
the School of Engineering, serial no. 122, 
Dec. 1948.) On East Creek and West 
Creek, in New Haven, 1638-1947. 

[2196 

Henry Hotchkiss Townshend. The 
Grove Street Cemetery. [New Haven] 
New Haven Colony Historical Society, 

1948. 26, [1] p. On cemeteries in New 
Haven, 1639 flF., and specifically the 
Grove Street Cemetery, founded 1797. 

[2197 

Herbert G. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 7— Yale University [1701-1948]. 
D. A. R. mag.,82: 875-880 (Dec), view 
(front.). [2198 

When Yale was but a pup. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 19: 120-121 (Jan), facsim. 
Describes The catalogue of the Library of 
Yale College in New- Haven (New London, 
1743). [2199 



ia5 



Clock by Silas Merriman, New Haven, 
dated May, 1762, from the Robert R. 
Potter Collection. Timepieces, 1: 51-52 
(Nov). [2200 

Yale University. Class of 1897. The 
Yale motif: excerpts from the half-century 
record. Class of 1897, Yale College. 
Edited by Nathan A[yer] Smyth, class 
secretary. New Haven: Pub. with the 
assistance of the Printing-Office of the 
Yale Univ. Press, 1948. 31 p. facsims., 
map, views. On two Yale classes, 1797 
and 1897. [2201 

Charles H. Warren. Sheffield Scientific 
School — the first hundred years [1847- 
1947]. Scientific mo., 58-63 (Jul). 

[2202 

Morris Hadley. Arthur Twining Hadley 
[1856-1930]. New Haven: Yale Univ. 
Press, 1948. [8], 282 p. ports., view. On 
Hadley as economist, teacher, and Presi- 
dent of Yale, 1879-1930, with a bibhog- 
raphy of his writings, 1885-1928 (p. 258- 
276). [2203 

M. Heminway Merriman. A review of 
otolaryngology in Connecticut, particu- 
larly in New Haven County [1894-1946]. 
Conn. State med.jour., 12: 129-132 (Feb). 

[2204 

Carl Purington Rollins. Fifty years of 
work and play with type. Yale Univ. 
Lib. gaz., 23: 19-24 (Jul). Reminiscences 
of printing for Yale, 1898-1948. [2205 

Other Local History 

Newton C. Brainard. The East Had- 
dam meetinghouse: who designed it? 
Conn. Hist. Soc, BuL, 13: 4-6 (Jan), 
views. [2206 

Sidney E. Lind. Edward Taylor: a re- 
valuation. New Eng. guar., 21: 518-530 
(Dec), notes. On the Rev. Edward 
Taylor of Westfield, Conn., who settled 
there in 1671. [2207 

Constance Winsor (McLaughlin) 
Green. History of Naugatuck, Connec- 
ticut [1674-1944]. Naugatuck, 1948. 



xii, 331, [1] p. maps, ports., views, bib- 
liog. (p. 304^307). [2208 

Newton C. Brainard. The Windsor 
draw table. Conn. Hist. Soc, BuL, 13: 
17-20 (Jul), view. On the history and 
design of a table, probably made in 
America before 1700, in possession of the 
Connecticut Historical Society. [2209 

Prominent physicians in early Fairfield 
[1718-1879]. Conn. State med. jour., 12: 
329-332 (Apr), view. [2210 

Thelma Wright Clark. For two hun- 
dred years the same: an intimate and re- 
vealing account of the beginning and 
growth of the town of Chester, Connecti- 
cut, and the Protestant churches therein 
[1723-1948. Chester?] <=1948. 79 p. 
views, bibliog. (p. 79). [2211 

Bawson W. Haddon, comp. Button 
makers in Waterbury, Connecticut (pre- 
liminary fist) [1760-1876]. Natl, button 
bul, 7: 76-79 (Mar). [2212 

Jedediah Huntington [1745-1818]— sol- 
dier and religious zealot. Picket post, no. 
21 (Apr), p. 3, 16. port. On Huntington 
as a Connecticut merchant. Army officer, 
and collector of customs, 1763-1818. 

[2213 

Mary Bartlett Cowdrey. The Stryker 
sisters by Ralph Earl. Art in Am., 36: 
55-57 (Jan), ports. On a portrait of 
Ann and Winifred Stryker, 1787. [2214 

Albert Reese. A newly discovered land- 
scape by Ralph Earl. Art in Am., 36: 
49-53 (Jan), view. On Earle's Land- 
scape near New Milford, Connecticut, ca. 
1790? [2215 

Carl William Drepperd. A chronology 
of clocks by Eli Terry, clockmaking genius 
of Connecticut [1792-1850]. Timepieces 
guar., 1: 2-8 (Nov), views. [2216 

Willis I. Milham. Eli Terry's experi- 
mental shelf clocks. Natl. Assoc. 
Watch and Clock Collectors, BuL, 3: 
168-170 (Sep), views. On Terry (born 
1772) and his career as a Connecticut 
clockmaker, ca. 1792-1826. [2217 



136 



June Barrows Mussey & Ruth Mary 
Canedy, comps. Terry clock chronology. 
Bristol, Conn.: Charles Terry Treadway, 
<^1948. 30 leaves, map. "Sources" 
(p. iv-v). On the clock industry estab- 
lished by Eli Terry, Sr. (1772-1852), at 
Plymouth, Conn, (modern Thomaston), 
1793-1862, with an account of clockmak- 
ing in Connecticut and of the Terry 
family. [2218 

Joseph Ives, Bristol, Conn., tinplate 
movement [1816-62]. Natl. Assoc. 
Watch and Clock Collectors, BuL, 3: 
163-165 (Sep), diagrs., view. [2219 

Brooks Palmer. The Bartholomews, 
Bristol clockmakers. Am. antiques jour., 
3 (no. 6): 17-18 (Jun). facsim., view. 
On William G., Eli, and George W. 
Bartholomew as clockmakers, 1828-45. 

[2220 

George Matthew Dutcher. An his- 
torical and critical survey of the curric- 
ulum of Wesleyan University, and re- 
lated subjects [1831-1948]. Middletown, 
Conn.: Wesleyan Univ., 1948. 74 p. 

[2221 

John Ramsay. The Kelloggs of Hart- 
ford and their lithographs. Am. antiques 
jour., 3 (no. 5): 6-7 (May), view. On 
Jarvis Griggs, Daniel Wright, Edmund 
Burke, and Elijah Chapman Kellogg, 
brothers, as lithographers, ca. 1833-ca. 
1868. [2222 

[Bacon Academy at Colchester, Conn.] 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 236 (Jun-Jul). 
view. Describes a lithograph published 
by D. W^. Kellogg & Co., Hartford, un- 
dated; and quotes a description of the 
Academy, 1836. [2223 

John M. Riggs. Riggs' disease. [Edited 
by] Lester Richard Cahn. Ann. dentistry, 
7: 63-66 (Jun). Paper entitled "Sup- 
purative inflammation of the gums, and 
absorption of the gums and alveola proc- 



ess," read Oct. 20, 1875, with editorial 
remarks on Riggs (1811-85) and his career 
as a dentist in Hartford, Conn., ca. 
1836-1875. [2224 

S. St. J. Morgan collection of Kellogg 
prints. Conn. Hist. Soc, BuL, 13: 25-32 
(Oct), facsim. On the work of the four 
Kellogg brothers of Hartford: Jarvis 
Griggs, Daniel Wright, Edmund Burke, 
and Elijah Chapman, with a catalogue 
of their colored prints, compiled between 
1852 and 1854. [2225 

Grace Denison Wheeler. Memories. 
Stonington, Conn.: Pequot Press [1948. 
8], 151 p. map, port. Reminiscences of 
Stonington, Conn., 1858-1948. [2326 

Samuel Koenig. The Jews of Eastern- 
town: the genesis of Jewish community 
life in an American town [1859-1932]. 
Jew. rev., 5: 1-29 (Jan-Dec). Refers to 
"a city in a southern New England state 
with a population of about 50,000, lo- 
cated only about thirty miles from New 
York City." [2227 

Katharine (Kurz) Burton. Mightily 
and sweetly: the life story of Mother 
Josephine of the Sacred Heart, provincial 
superior of the Hartford Community of 
the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint 
Joseph. [Hartford?] 1948. xiii, 277 p. 
ports., views, bibliog. (p. 277). Services 
in Connecticut, 1885-1940. [2228 

George J. Flynn. Puritan Valley Line. 
Railroad mag., 45 (no. 3): 46-58 (Apr), 
facsim., view. On the Shepaug branch 
(formerly Shepaug Valley Railroad Co.) 
of the New York, New Haven, & Hartford 
Railroad, in Litchfield Co., Conn. 

[2229 

J. Mayone Stycos. The Spartan Greeks 
of Bridgetown. Common ground, 8 (no. 
2): 61-70; (no. 3): 24-34; (no. 4): 72-86 
(winter-summer). Study of 85 Greek 
families in a city in southern New Eng- 
land, ca. 1920-1948. [2230 



137 



The Middle Atlantic States 



Elsie Murray. Carantouan: northern 
outpost where Northumberland County 
once marched with New York. North- 
umberland Co. Hist. See, Proc, 16: 
35-54. views, notes. On an eminence 
known also as Spanish Hill, 1615-1946. 

[2231 

Elsie Murray. Etienne Brul^: first 
explorer of the Susquehanna [1615]. 
Northumberland Co. Hist. See, Proc, 
16: 55-66. notes. [2232 

Evelyn Page. The first frontier — the 
Swedes and the Dutch. Pa. hist., 15: 
276-304 (Oct), notes. On Turner's fron- 
tier hypothesis in relation to the Dutch 
and Swedish colonies, 1626-64. [2233 

Annie Jump Carmen. The Loocker- 
mans Manor House near Dover. Del. 
hist., S:97-10i (Sep), view. On Govert 
Loockermans, who settled in New Amster- 
dam in 1633, his son Jacob, and his 
grandson Nicholas, who built the manor 
house not long after 1723. [2234 

Ormond Rambo, Jr. The first pio- 
neers: the Rambo family. Am. Swedish 
Hist. Foundation, Yr. bk., p. 1-19. On 
Peer Gunnarsson Rambo, who settled on 
the Delaware in 1640, and his descendants 
to 1741. [2235 

Grant Heilman & Marjory Heilman. 
In quest of history on the Allegheny. 
Travel, 91 (no. 2): 16-19, 30 (Jun). 
views. On the Allegheny River in Penn- 
sylvania and New York, 1749-1948. 

[2236 

Richmond E. Myers. The story of 
transportation on the Susquehanna River 
[ca. 1754-ca. 1868]. A^. Y. hist., 29: 
157-169 (Apr), notes. [2237 

Ann Hawkes Hutton. George Wash- 
ington crossed here, Christmas night, 
1776. Phila.: Dorrance [1948]. 71 p. 
map, views, bibliog. (p. 69-70). On 
the crossing of the Delaware. [2238 

Janice C. Neal. Heroic settlers of the 
upper Susquehanna. N. Y. folklore 
guar., 4: 195-206 (autumn). Traditions 
about Tim Murphy, James Mayall, 
Betsy Davidson, Adam Helmer, and Mrs. 



Sam Clyde on the Susequehanna in 
Pennsylvania and New York, ca. 1778 flf. 

[2239 

George G. Struble. Lorenzo da Ponte 
[1749-1838]: our neglected genius. 
Northumberland Co. Hist. Soc, Proc, 
16: 67-88. port. On Da Ponte (born 
Emanuele Conegliano) as an Italian 
teacher and a grocer in New York, 
Sunbury, Pa., and Philadelphia, 1805- 
38, with excerpts from his memoirs. 

[2240 

William Law Learned Peltz. Peltz 
record: Rev. Philip Peltz, d. d., Reformed 
Protestant Dutch Church. N. Y. : Amer- 
ican Historical Co., 1948. vii, [3], 315, 
iii p. facsims., maps, ports., views. 
On Philip Peltz (1823-83) as a minister 
in New Jersey, 1848-81 (p. 1-50); John 
De Witt, D. D. (1788-1831), as a minister 
in New York and New Jersey, 1811-31 
(p. 221-245); and their ancestors and 
descendants. [2241 

A brief sketch of the military operations 
on the Delaware during the War of 1812. 
[Edited by Charles L. Reese, Jr.] Del. 
hist., 3: 79-96 (Sep), notes. Excerpts 
from an anonymous volume of this title, 
published in Philadelphia, 1820. [2242 

Stephen Bogart. The much-taxed 
Jersey Central. Trains, 8 (no. 4): 6-13 
(Feb), maps, views. On the Central 
Railroad of New Jersey, from Bivalve to 
Jersey City and Wilkes-Barre, 1847-1948. 

[2243 

Charles Seligman Bemheimer. Half 
a century in community service. N. Y. : 
Association Press, 1948. xi, 146 p. 
"Periodical contributions" (p. 135-138). 
Reminiscences of a Jewish social worker 
(born 1868) in Philadelphia, 1890-1906, 
and New York, 1906-48. [2244 

James H. Allen. Incodel: one of the 
nation's most polluted rivers is getting a 
cleanup by the democratic forces of in- 
terstate cooperation. Commonwealth, 2 
(no. 5): 15-18, 29-31 (Apr), view. Ac- 
count of the Interstate Commission on 
the Delaware River Basin, 1936-48. 

[2246 



138 



NEW YORK 

Statewide History 

Carlton J. H. Hayes. History and the 
Empire State. A'. Y. hist., 29: 1-9 (Jan). 

[2246 

Marguerite Cartwright. Legislation 
against discrimination in employment in 
New York State: a study of the historical 
antecedents, from 1609 to 1945, of 
attempts to direct and influence change 
through legislation as it relates to racial 
and religious discrimination in employ- 
ment. Microfilm abstracts, 8 (no. 2): 
43-46. Abstract of thesis (ed. d.) — New 
York Univ. [2247 

Harold Nichols De Witt. Gasherie De 
Witt II, 1822-1874: his ancestors and de- 
scendants. Syracuse [1948. 6], 145 p. 
ports., view. On Tjerck Claessen De 
Witt (1620-1700) and his American de- 
scendants, 1657 ff. [2248 

Aliaon Reppy. The spectre of attainder 
in New York [1683-1788]. St. John's 
law rev., 23: 1-67 (Nov), notes. To be 
concl. [2249 

[Clair Willard Perry.] Underground 
empire: wonders and tales of New York 
caves, by Clay Perry [-pseud.]. N. Y. : 
Stephen Daye Press [1948]. xvii, 221 p. 
map, ports. (The American cave series 
[2].) Includes legends, folklore, and 
history, 1690-1948. "A cave index and 
guide" (p. 217-221). [2250 

John A. Fieseler. A century in the 
seed business. A^. Y. hist., 29: 131-138 
(Apr). The seed industry in New York, 
1739-1947. [2251 

John Tooker. Simon Boerum [1724-75]: 
little known patriot. Long Island forum, 
11: 207, 213 (Nov), view. On Boerum 
in New York politics, 1750-75. [2252 

Earl Kretzmann. Henry Wisner [ca. 
1720-1790]: patriot and congressman, 
1776. Am.-German rev., 14: (no. 3): 12-13 
(Feb). On Wisner in New York politics, 
1759-88. [2253 

Virginia D, Parslow. Spinning fibers in 
early New York. N. Y. hist., 29: 428-435 
(Oct), view. On flax, wool, and cotton, ca. 
1770-ca. 1864. [2254 



Revolutionary soldiers and patriots of 
New York State. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
50-53 (Jan). Data from pension files, 
pertaining to miUtary services, 1775-83. 

[2255 

Ralph K. Jacobs. Problems and person- 
alities of the first New York Constitu- 
tional Convention [1777]. N. Y. State 
Bar Assoc, Bui., 20: 311-320 (Dec). 

[2256 

Benjamin Tredwell Onderdonk. 
Bishop Onderdonk's account of the 
growth of the Episcopal Church in New 
York State, 1808-1838. With introduc- 
tion and notes by Walter H. Stowe. 
P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 44-59 
(Mar), notes. Reprinted from Journal of 
the Proceedings of the fifty-fifth convention 
of the Diocese of New York, A. D. 1839 
(N. Y., 1839), p. 20-23, 27-28. [2257 

Harden F. Taylor. Learned societies 
and the educational aspects of future 
science: the New York Academy, and the 
synthesis of the sciences [1817-1947]. 
N. Y. Acad. Sci., Trans., 2d ser., 10: 
112-116 (Jan). [2258 

Evidence — presumptions in New York 
[1820-1948]. N. Y. Univ. law quar. rev., 
23: 455-472 (Jul), notes. [2259 

David Maldwyn Ellis. Rivalry between 
the New York Central and the Erie Canal 
[1825-1903]. N. Y. hist., 29: 268-300 
(Jul), notes. [2260 

William H. Cannon. Does entry under 
void parol lease create tenancy from year 
to year in New York? St. John's law rev., 
23: 108-117 (Nov), notes. Reviews 
precedents, 1836-1948. [2261 

Vincent Pizzuto. Tort liability of munic- 
ipal corporations in New York [1842- 
1948]. St. John's law rev., 23: 117-126 
(Nov), notes. [2262 

Cornelius J. Barry, Jr. Some aspects 
of the period of limitation governing the 
action for wrongful death in New York 
[1844-1947]. St. John's law rev., 22: 
221-241 (Apr), notes. [2263 

Joseph Qavit. The unrecorded State 
Arms of 1850. N. Y. hist., 29: 68-71 
(Jan), views. [2264 



139 



Peter W, Thornton. The elastic con- 
cept of tort and contract as applied by 
the courts of New York [1864-1948]. 
Brooklyn law rev., 14: 196-214 (Apr), 
notes. [2265 

William Croswell Doane. The Doane 
consecration: a skirmish in the Second 
RituaHstic War. [Edited] by George E. 
De Mille. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 
287-296 (Sep), notes. Correspondence 
between Doane, John Henry Hopkins, 
Jr., and others, Dec. 12, 1868-Jan. 28, 
1869, relating to Doane's election as 
Bishop of Albany. [2266 

Harold A. Meriam, Jr. Estoppel in 
matrimonial actions — a survey of the 
New York policy [1869-1948]. Brooklyn 
law rev., 14: 254-260 (Apr), notes. 

[2267 

Medical Society of the State of New 
York {founded 1807). 20,000 years of 
service: a commemorative booklet in 
honor of physicians who have served 
their communities fifty years or more. 
N. Y., <=1948. 84 p. ports. Sketches of 
physicians living in New York State in 
1948 who began practice 1874-98. 

[2268 

De Witt Clinton Falls. History of the 
Seventh Regiment, 1889-1922. N. Y.: 
Veterans of the Seventh Regiment, 1948. 
[12], 302 p. ports., views. Includes serv- 
ices in World War ii as the 107th U. S. 
Infantry. [2269 

Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr. Augustus 
Noble Hand. Harv. law rev., 61: 573-591 
(Apr), port, notes. On Hand (born 1869) 
as a lawyer and jurist in New York, 
1894-1948. [2270 

Daniel M. Shientag. Revocation of 
intervivos trusts in New York [1909-48]. 
St. John's law rev., 23: 91-101 (Nov), 
notes. [2271 

Robert M. Benjamin. Judicial review 
of administrative adjudication: some re- 
cent decisions of the New York Court of 
Appeals. Columbia law rev., 48: 1-36 
(Jan), notes. Includes historical back- 
ground, 1916-47. [2272 



Warren Moscow. Politics in the Empire 
State. N. Y.: A. A. Knopf, 1948. [8], 
238, X p. map. Reminiscences of a 
journalist, 1918-48. [2273 

H. H. Nordlinger. The law and practice 
of arbitrtion [sic] in New York [1920-47]. 
Mo. law rev., 13: 196-210 (Apr), notes. 

[2274 

Tobias Weiss. The arbitration award 
and the non-resident: nuance in New 
York [1929-47]. Columbia law rev., 48: 
366-391 (Apr). [2275 

[J. B. S. Hardman.] The late lamented 
American Labor Party [1936-48]. Labor 
and nation, 4 (no. 1): 2-5 (Jan-Feb). 

[2276 

Ordway Tead. Faculty-administration 
relationships in the colleges of New York: 
a ten-year appraisal [1938-48]. Am. 
Assoc. Univ. Professors, Bid., 34: 67- 
78 (spring). [2277 

Milton O. Loysen. Unemployment in- 
surance in New York: the first decade 
[1939-48]. State govt., 21: 192, 197 
(Sept). [2278 

Tax Fovindation, Inc., New York. 

Recent trends in major State taxes, 

1941-47. N. Y., 1948. [3], 99 leaves. 

{Its Project note no. 20.) [2279 

Annulments for fraud — New York's 
answer to Reno? Columbia law rev., 
48: 900-920 (Sep), notes. On New 
York divorce law, 1942-48. [2280 

New York City 

Vernon Boyce Hampton. Indians and 
tavern tales of Staten Island [1609-1932]. 
A'^. Y. folklore guar., 4: 61-65 (spring). 

[2281 

Cleveland Bodgers «& Rebecca Brown- 
ing Rankin. New York: the world's 
capital city, its development and contri- 
butions to progress [1609-1948]. N. Y.: 
Harper [1948]. xviii, 398 p. map, ports., 
views, bibliog. (p. 373-383), notes. 

[2282 

Page Cooper. The Bellevue story. 
N. Y.: T. Y. Crowell Co. [1948]. x, 277 



140 



p. On Beilevue Hospital, New York, 
1633-1948. [2283 

Marion F. Overton. When New York 
took Flushing. Long Island forum, 11: 
145, 155 (Aug), view. On the con- 
solidation of Flushing and New York 
City, 1896, with a sketch of Flushing, 
1645-1948. [2284 

Edith (King) Wilson. Bowne family of 
Flushing, Long Island. Compiled . . . 
from the mss. of Jacob Titus Bowne and 
various other sources. N. Y., 1948. 
[4], 140 p. On John Bowne (1627-95) 
and his descendants, 1651 ff. [2285 

Rodman Gilder. Broadway sights. 
A7n. collector, 17 (no. 5): 9-11, 23 (Jun). 
views. Describes an exhibit of Broad- 
way prints, paintings, and photographs, 
1664-1913, at the Museum of the City 
of New York. [2286 

Harry C. W. Melick. The first real 
estate development in the Bronx. N.-Y. 
Hist. Soc. guar., 32: 33-39 (Jan), maps, 
view. notes. On Fordham Manor, 
1668-71. [2287 

Mrs. Jacques Noel Jacobsen. The 

Voorlezer's House in Richmondtown, 
Staten Island, New York. Antiques, 
54: 175-177 (Sep), views. On a church 
and school building erected ca. 1695, 
recently restored. [2288 

Edward Clowes Chorley, ed. Quarter 
of a millennium: Trinity Church in the 
city of New York, 1697-1947. Phila.: 
Church Historical Society [1948, '=1947]. 
X, [2], 162 p. facsims., ports., views. 
"A select bibliography" (p. 139-144), 
notes. (Church Historical Society pub- 
lication 22.) [2289 

Frederic Sydney Fleming. "A city 
that is set on a hill!" N. Y. : Newcomen 
Society of England, American Branch, 
1948. 24 p. On Trinity Church, New 
York, 1697-1947. ^ [22 90 

New York. Trinity Church. Church- 
yards of Trinity Parish in the City of 
New York, 1697-1947. [N. Y., 1948.] 
77 p. maps, views. Epitaphs, with 
biographical notes. [2291 



Harry Bischoff Weiss. The printers 
and publishers of children's books in 
New York City, 1698-1830. N. Y.: 
New York Public Library, 1948. 21 p. 
bibliog. (p. 11). Reprinted from N. Y. 
Pub. Lib., Bui, Aug. 1948. [2292 

Charles E. Corwin. New York received 
first organ in 1727; organist a problem. 
Diapason, 40 (no. 1): 36 (Dec). Re- 
printed from The diapason of Dec. 1, 1931. 

[2293 

An unrecorded Burgis view of New York. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 8: 75-77 (Dec), 
view. Describes a colored mezzotint 
showing Fort George, at New York, ca. 
1730, by WiUiam Burgis. [2294 

New York in 1731. Old Print Shop port- 
folio, 7: 154-157 (Mar), view. Describes 
a colored print by I. Carwitham, ca. 1731. 

[2295 

Joan S. Wilson. Mid-18th century New 
York clock "by" Henry Hill [ca. 1750]. 
Am. collector, 17 (no. 11): 5, 21 (Dec). 
view. [2296 

Rita Susswein Gottesman. Isaac 
Heron, New York watch maker (1763- 
1778). Am. collector., 17 (no. 5): 5, 21 
(Jun). view. [2297 

Nancy V. McClelland. The historic 
Morris- Jumel mansion. Am. Soc. Legion 
of Honor mag., 19: 61-72 (spring). 
History and description of "Mount 
Morris," built by Roger Morris on Wash- 
ington Heights beside the Hudson, 1765, 
and acquired by Stephen Jumel in 1810. 

[2298 

Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker. 

Father Knickerbocker rebels: New York 
City during the Revolution [1765-83]. 
N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons, 1948. xv, [3], 
308 p. facsims., maps, ports., views, notes 
(p. 271-294). [2299 

John Devereux Kernan, Jr., & Remsen 
Brinckerhoff. Family treasure: some 
Brinckerhoff silver and portraits. Anti- 
ques, 54: 248-249 (Oct), ports., view. On 
paintings and silver in possession of 
Abraham and Dorothea Brinckerhoff, 
New York, 1772. [2300 



141 



Carleton Sprague Smith. The 1774 
Psalm Book of the Reformed Protestant 
Dutch Church in New York City. 
Musical guar., 34: 84-96 (Jan), facsims. 
notes. [2301 

Richard J. Koke. A musket from Bat- 
tery Park. N.-Y. Hist. Soc. quar., 32: 
40-41 (Jan), view. Describes an eight- 
eenth-century musket dug from the mud 
in Battery Park, 1946 — possibly one lost 
on Aug. 23, 1775. [2302 

Lucy Leigh Bowie. Maryland troops 
in the Battle of Harlem Heights [Sep. 16, 
1776]. Md. hist, mag., 43: 1-21 (Mar). 
map. notes. [2303 

Victor Hugo Paltsits. The jeopardy of 
Washington, September 15, 1776. N.-Y. 
Hist. Soc. quar., 32: 253-268 (Oct), map, 
views, notes. "A re-study of the original 
sources" relating to the landing of the 
British army on Manhattan Island (Sep. 
15, 1776), the retreat of the American 
army, and the stampede of Connecticut 
militia brigades. [2304 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Brooklyn 
heroines of 1776. Long I stand forum, 11: 
63-64, 73-74 (Apr), view. Derived from 
an imnamed Dutch work by Gertje 
LefiFerts Vanderbilt. [2305 

V. Isabella Miller. Two 18th century 
New York dresses. Am. collector, 17 (no. 
9): 5, 28 (Oct), view. On ball gowns of 
Ann (Williams) Ludlow and Grace 
(Williams) Walton, ca. 1780. [2306 

Lewis Leary. St. George Tucker attends 
the theater. Wm. and Mary quar., 5: 
396-397 (Jul). Excerpt from Tucker's 
journal relating to a theatrical perform- 
ance at New York, Jul. 21, 1786. [2307 

Rich[ard] Bache. Richard Bache's 
letter to his wife describing the inaugura- 
tion of Washington . . . R. I. hist., 7: 
57-59 (Apr), view. Edited by C. P. M. 
Letter dated New York, May 1, 1789, 
describing the ceremony of Apr. 30. 

[2308 

John Fitch and the steamboat. Conn. 
Hist. Soc, Bui., 13: 6-8 (Jan). Reprints 
text from a print entitled Origin of steam 
navigation. . . . A view of Collect Pond 



and its vicinity, in the City of New York in 
1793. By John Hutchings. [2309 

Donald Fred Bogardus. This house 
with glory: a history of Rutgers Presby- 
terian Church [1798-1948]. N. Y.: 
Rutgers Presbyterian Church [1948]. 
62 p. facsims., ports., view\ [2310 

Dodge and Olcott, Inc., New York' 
The story of an unique institution: Dodge 
& Olcott, Inc., 1798-1948, this year cele- 
brating the 150th anniversary of the 
founding of the original enterprise in 1798 
by Robert Bach, importer of drugs and 
chemicals. N. Y. [1948]. 95 p. facsims., 
map, ports., views. [2311 

Alexander J. Wall, Jr. Castle Garden 
mementos on view at the New- York 
Historical Society. Am. collector, 17 
(no. 10): 6-8, 23 (Nov), .views. On 
pictorical representations and other me- 
mentos of Castle Garden, 1807-90. 

[2312 

David Jones Fant, Jr. The Bible in 
New York: the romance of Scripture 
distribution in a world metropolis from 
1809 to 1948. N. Y.: The Society [1948]. 
165, [1] p. On the New York Bible 
Society, 1809-1948. [2313 

Katharine Morrison McClinton. The 

New York Boardmans: pewter, block tin, 
and britannia ware. Am. collector, 17 
(no. 8): 12-13, 21 (Sep), views. On firms 
of Thomas and Sherman Boardman, 
1821-47. [2314 

C. D. Collins. Joseph Ives: "The 
Yankee genius." Hobbies, 52 (no. 11): 
108 (Jan), views. Describes a clock 
made by Ives (born 1782) in Brooklyn, 
1830. [2315 

Charles I. Qlicksberg. William Leg- 
gett, neglected figure of American literary 
history. Journalism quar., 25: 52-58 
(Mar), notes. On Leggett's connection 
with the New York evening post and his 
association with William Cullen Bryant, 
1830-39. [2316 

Manhattan catastrophe. Month at 

Goodspeed's, 19: 112-113 (Jan), view. 
Describes a contemporary lithograph 
showing a fire in New York, Dec. 16-17, 
1835. [2317 



142 



George T. Ooodspeed. The Home 
Library. Bibliog. Soc. Am., Papers, 
42: 110-118 (2d quarter), facsims. 
notes. On a publishing enterprise of 
I. S. Piatt, under the editorship of Evert 
A. Duyckinck, New York, 1844. [2318 

Albert Ten Eyck Gardner. Hudson 
River idyl. Met. JMiis. Art buL, 6: 
232-236 (Apr), port., views. On San- 
ford Robinson Gifford (1823-80), of New 
York, as a painter, 1845-80. [2319 

Corliss Fitz Randolph. A century's 
progress: an historical sketch of the 
First Seventh Day Baptist Church of 
New York City, 1845-1945. Plainfield, 
N. J.: Recorder Press, 1948. xix, 168 p. 
ports., views. [2320 

Irving Lowens. William Henry Fry: 
fighter for American music. Musicology, 
2: 162-173 [winter]. On Fry as operatic 
composer and as music critic for the N^ew 
York tribune, 1846-53. [2321 

Community Service Society of New 
York. Frontiers in human welfare: the 
story of a hundred years of service to the 
community of New York, 1848-1948. 
[N. Y.] 1948. 83, [1] p. ports., views. 
"Some important research contributions 
and publications of the Community 
Service Society" (p. 81-83). [2322 

Edward Matthews Crane. A century 
of book publishing, 1848-1948. N. Y.: 
D. Van Nostrand Co. [1948. 8], 73 p. 
facsims., ports. On the D. Van Nostrand 
Co., founded by David Van Nostrand 
(1811-88) in New York, 1848. [2323 

Andrew Mills. The story of Dry Dock 
Savings Institution, 1848-1948. N. Y., 
1948. 125 p. facsims., ports., views. 
History of a New York establishment. 

[2324 

Harry E. Stam. Looking back at one 
hundred years of progress in Anglo-Saxon 
Lodge no. 137, Brooklyn, N. Y., Free and 
Accepted Masons of the State of New 
York and the passing in review of its 
many activities. [Brooklyn: F. Weidner 
Print, and Pub. Co.] 1948. 201 p. ports., 
view. Chiefly reports and excerpts from 
minutes, 1848-1948. [2326 



Madeleine B. Stem. Mrs. Frank Leslie 
[18367-1914]: New York's last Bohemian. 
N. Y. hist., 29: 21-50 (Jan), port., 
view, notes. On the unconventional 
personal life of Mrs. Leslie (born Miriam 
Florence Follin) in New York, 1850 flF., 
and her career as editor of fashion mag- 
azines and other popular periodicals, 
1863-1900. [2326 

John Durant. The Dodgers: an illus- 
trated story of those upredictable bums. 
N. Y.: Hastings House [1948]. v, 154 p. 
ports., views. On Brooklyn baseball, 
1854-1948. [2327 

Forty-eight years before the Wright 
Brothers. Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 
156-157 (Mar). view. Describes a 
print by J. Bachman, 1855, showing a 
bird's-eye view of New York City. 

[2328 

Madeleine B. Stern. The fruits of 
authorship. Am. notes & queries, 8: 
99-105 (Oct), notes. A "complimen- 
tary fruit and flower festival, given to 
authors, by the New York Publishers' 
Association," Sep. 27, 1855, with quo- 
tation of speeches given then. [2329 

Joseph Downs. John Henry Belter & 
Company. Antiques, 54: 166-168 (Sep), 
facsim., views. On a New York fur- 
niture-making firm, 1856-67. [2330 

Frederick J. Heidenreich. Old days 
and old ways in East New York: an 
historical narrative. [Brooklyn? 1948.] 
79 p. port., views. Reminiscences, 1859- 
1948. [2331 

The history of New York Medical Col- 
lege, Flower and Fifth Avenue Hospital 
[1860-1948]. Phi Chi quar., 45: 419-424 
(Oct), views. [2332 

Marion F. Overton. Wintertime in Old 
Brooklyn. Long Island forum, 11: 23, 37 
(Feb), view. Includes excerpts from a 
diary of Katherine White, 1862. [2333 

William L. Ransom. Oscar S. Straus 
[born 1850]: successful lawyer who left 
law practice at 30. Am. Bar Assoc, jour., 
34: 99-102, 171 (Feb), port. On Straus's 
practice of law in New York, 1873-80. 

[2334 



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143 



William L. Calver. Recollections of 
northern Manhattan. N.-Y. Hist. Soc. 
guar., 32: 20-32 (Jan), views, notes. 
Reminiscences (written Mar. 1932) of the 
section of Manhattan Island known as 
Inwood, ca. 1880-ca. 1900. [2335 

Edith Vail Taylor, Among those pres- 
ent. Boston: B. Humphries [1948, 
"1947]. 62 p. port. Reminiscences of 
"socialites," "prominent New Yorkers," 
"governors and governors' ladies," and 
Presidents of the United States, ca. 
1880-1948. [2336 

Aaron B. Seidman. The first perform- 
ance of Yiddish theatre in America. 
Jew. social stud., 10: 67-70 (Jan). On 
a performance in New York City, 1882. 

[2337 

Frank Graham. The Brooklyn Dodgers: 
an informal history [1883-1948]. N. Y.: 
G. P. Putnam's Sons [1948]. vii, 278 p. 
ports. [2338 

Bod William Horton. Social and indi- 
vidual values in the New York stories of 
Edith Wharton. N. Y.: New York Univ., 
1948. V, 13 p. notes. Abridgment of 
thesis — New York Univ. Mainly on the 
"famous recognition of the VanderbUts 
by Mrs. Astor in 1883." [2339 

J. P. Connolly. Manhattan's early 
R. P. O. lines. Railroad mag., 46 (no. 1): 
90-97 (Jun). views. Reminiscences of 
railway post office electrical lines, 1885- 
1908. [2340 

William F. Russell. Nicholas Murray 
Butler, 1862-1947. Teachers College rec- 
ord, 49: 229-231 (Jan), port. On the 
connections of President Butler with 
Teachers College, Columbia University, 
1886-1945. [2341 

Harold J. Jonas. An alderman in New 
York City, 1887-8, as seen in his journal. 
N. Y. hist., 29: 187-202 (Apr), notes. 
Based on a journal kept by Alfred Ronald 
Conkling, Jan. 4, 1887-Mar. 23, 1888. 

[2342 

Albert Conway. In momoriam of the 
late Frederick E. Crane, former Chief 
Judge of the Court of Appeals. N. Y. 
State Bar Assoc, BvL, 20: 40-43 



(Feb), port. On Crane (1869-1947) as 
a lawyer and jurist in Brooklyn, 1889- 
1947. [2343 

Beryl (Williams) Epstein. Lilian Wald, 
angel of Henry Street. N. Y.: J. Messner 
[1948. 8], 216 p. port. On Lillian D. 
Wald (1867-1940) as founder and head 
of the Visiting Nurses Association and 
the Henry Street Settlement, New York, 
1889-1940. [2344 

George Arms. Howells' New York 
novel: comedy and befief. New Eng. 
guar., 21: 313-325 (Sep), notes. On 
A hazard of new fortunes, 1890. 

[2345 

Melville Cane. George Edward Wood- 
berry: a student's memories. Prairie 
schooner, 22: 292-298 (fall). Reminis- 
cences of Woodberry as Professor of 
Enghsh at Columbia, 1891-1903. 

[2346 

John Bassett Moore. Pol. sci. guar., 63: 
159-160 (Jan). On Judge Moore's con- 
nection with Columbia University, 1891- 
1924. [2347 

Ruth (Valentine) Bennett. Hope in 
heart disease: the story of Louis Fau- 
gdres Bishop, m. d. [1864-1941]. Phila.: 
Dorrance [1948]. 307 p. port, bibliog. 
of Bishop's writings, 1892-1941 (p. 276- 
299); "references" (p. 260-275). On 
Bishop as a physician in New York, 1892- 
1928, specializing in heart diseases. 

[2348 

Willis I. Milham. The World's Colum- 
bian Exposition watch. Natl. Assoc. 
Watch and Clock Collectiors, Bui., 3: 
97-99 (May), views. On watches sold 
by R. H. Ingersoll & Bro., N. Y., ca. 1892- 
1922. [2349 

Upton Sinclair. Recollections of Edward 
MacDowell. Etude, 66: 416, 444, 446, 
451, 456 (Jul). ports. Memories of 
MacDowell as a teacher in New York, 
ca. 1894-ca. 1896. [2350 

Rose Naomi Cohen. Tlie financial con- 
trol of education in the consolidated city 
of New York, with special reference to 
interrelations between the public school 
system, the municipal government, and 
the state [1897-1946]. N. Y.: Bureau of 



144 



Publications, Teachers College, Columbia 
Univ., 1948. xi, [3], 212 p. bibliog. 
(p. 207-212), notes. (Teachers College, 
Columbia Univ. Contributions to edu- 
cation, no. 943.) Thesis — Columbia Univ. 

[2351 

Alfred Einstein Cohn. Apologia mea. 
Alfred Einstein Cohn, No retreat 
fro7n reason, and other essays (N. Y.: 
Harcourt, Brace [1948]), p. 244-279. 
Reminiscences of medical study and re- 
search in New York, 1898 ff. [2352 

William Adams Delano. Memoirs of 
Centurian architects. Am. Inst. Archi- 
tects, Jour., 10: 3-9, 81-87, 130-136, 
180-184 (Jul-Oct). Reminiscences con- 
cerning deceased members of the Century 
Club, New York, 1898. [2353 

John G. Hill. Fifty years of social 
action on the housing front. Social 
service rev., 22: 160-179 (Jun). notes. 
On tenement housing or multifamily 
housing in New York City, 1898-1948. 

[2354 

Allan Nevins & John Allen Krout, 

eds. The greater city: New York, 
1898-1948. N. Y.: Columbia Univ. 
Press, 1948. vii, 260 p. facsim., ports., 
views. Contents.- — Foreword, by G. A. 
Whalen. — Past, present, and future, by 
Allan Nevins. — Framing the Charter, 
by J. A. Krout. — From Van Wych to 
O'Dwyer, by Carl Carmer. — The city's 
business, by T. C. Cochran.— The social 
and cultural scene, by Margaret Clapp. 

[2355 

New York {City). Mayor's Committee 
for the Commemoration of the Golden 
Anniversary of the City of New Y^ork. 
City of New York Golden Anniversary 
of Fashion, 1898-1948. [N. Y., 1948.] 
1 V. (unpaged), cartoons, ports., views 
(part col.). History of male and female 
costume in New York and of garment 
industries there, 1898-1948. [2356 

Cleveland Rodgers & Rebecca B. 
Rankin. Greater New Y^ork's first 
first birthday. A^.-Y. Hist. Soc. guar., 
32: 5-19 (Jan), facsims., ports, notes 
On the establishment of Greater New 
York, 1898, and steps leading thereto. 

[2357 



Charles Coleman Stoddard. Fifty 
years ago. Staten Is. Inst. Arts and 
Sciences, Proc, 11: 1-7 (Oct), views. 
Reminiscences of Staten Island, ca. 
1898. [2358 

William Arthur Tieck. God's house 
and the old Kingsbridge Road: the 
story of St. Stephen's Methodist Church, 
Kingsbridge, New York City [1898-1948. 
N. Y.? 1948.] vii, 71 p. fold, map, 
ports., views, notes. [2359 

William F. Hagarty. Memorial to 
Fred L. Gross, former President of the 
New York State Bar Association. N. Y. 
State' Bar Assoc, Bui., 20: 14-17 
(Feb), port. On Gross (died 1947) as 
a lawyer in Brooklyn, 1900-1947. [2360 

Sophie Ruskay. Horsecars and cobble- 
stones. N. Y.: Beechhurst Press [1948]. 
240 p. Reminiscences of girlhood in 
New York, ca. 1900-ca. 1910. [2361 

Manhattanville College of the Sacred 
Heart, New York. God's middlemen. 
N. Y. [1948. 10], 124 p. ports. Fore- 
word signed: L. M. C. [Loretta M. 
Corcoran.] Biographies of Sarah Jones 
(1823-1911), Ruth Burnett (1862-1944), 
and Grace Cowardin Dammann (1872- 
1945), of the Order of Sisters of the Sacred 
Heart, and their connection with Man- 
hattanville College, 1902 fif. [2362 

Frank Graham. The New York 
Yankees [1902-47]: an informal history. 
[New edition, revised.] N. Y.: G. P. 
Putnam's Sons [1948]. ix, 317 p. ports. 
First published 1943. [2363 

William L. Riordon. Plunkitt of 
Tammany Hall: a series of very plain talks 
on very practical politics, delivered by 
ex-Senator George Washington Plunkitt 
[1842-1924], the Tammany philosopher, 
from his rostrum, the New York County 
Court-House bootblack stand, and re- 
corded by William L. Riordon. In- 
troduction by Roy V. Peel. Ivi, 131, 
[1] p. Alleged interviews with "a typical 
New York ward boss," collected from 
newspapers, ca. 1905, with a biographical 
introduction. [2364 



145 



Philip H. Ward, Jr. Panama: the 
issue of 1906 — history of the development 
of designs, essays, proofs, and stamps 
prepared by the Hamilton Company of 
New York. Collectors club philatelist, 
27 (no. 2): 23-29; (no. 3): 45-50 (Apr- 
Jul). facsims. [2365 

William L. Rohde. Sunnyside Yard: 
the world's largest passenger car yard. 
Railroad mag., 45 (no. 4): 10-25 (May), 
map, views. On a railroad yard on 
Long Island, 1907-48. [2366 

Alfred Einstein Cohn. John Wyckoff, 
1881-1937. Alfred Einstein Cohn, 
No retreat from reason, and other essays 
(N. Y.: Harcourt, Brace [1948]), p. 61-79. 
Reprinted from Bui. hist, vied., Jul. 1938. 
On Dr. Wyckoff's studies of cardiac 
diseases in New York, 1909-37. [2367 

Norman Kent. Norman Price [born 
1877], veteran illustrator. Am. artist, 
12 (no. 2): 25-29 (Feb), views. On 
Price in New York as an illustrator, 
1911-48. [2368 

Caroline Pratt. I learn from children: 
an adventure in progressive education. 
[N. Y.] Simon and Schuster, 1948. xiii, 
204 p. On the author's connection with 
the City and Country School, New York. 
1914-48. [2369 

Stuart Preston. The Nadelman re- 
vival. Art news, 47 (no. 6): 22-24, 51 
(Oct), port., views. On Elie Nadelman 
(1882-1946), his career as a sculptor, 
and his residence in New York, 1914—46. 

[2370 

Paul F. Brissenden & John M. Keat- 
ing. Union-management co-operation 
in millinery manufacturing in the New 
York Metropolitan Area [1915-48]. In- 
d^istrial and labor ret. rev., 2: 3-32 (Oct), 
notes. [2371 

Shelley R. Saphire. The Talmudical 
Academy of Yeshivah University. Jeio. 
educ, 20 (no. 2): 40-42 (fall). On an 
establishment in New York, 1916-48. 

[2372 

Jerome Mellquist & Lucie Wiese, eds. 
Paul Rosenfeld: voyager in the arts. 
N. Y.: Creative Age Press, 1948. xxxv, 



284 p. port. bibliog. (p. 267-284). 
Articles contributed by friends of Paul 
Rosenfeld (1890-1946), relating particu- 
larly to his criticism of music and other 
arts, ca. 1918-1946. [2373 

Waldo Frank. Paul Rosenfeld [1890- 
1946]: the listener. Pac. spectator, 2: 
224-232. Mainly on Rosenfeld'e pub- 
lications in musical criticism, 1920-36. 

[2374 

Albert Parry. Hometown revisited: 3. 
Greenwich Village [ca. 1920-1948]. To- 
morrow, 7 (no. 10): 19-23 (Jun). [2375 

Twenty-five years of educating educators. 
Jour. educ. social., 22: 65-149 (Oct), 
notes. On the School of Education, 
New York University, 1922-47. Con- 
tents. — Twenty-five years of educating 
educators, by Enoch George Payne. — 
The growth in students and development 
of facilities, by Enoch George Payne. — 
Twenty-five years of curriculum growth 
in the School of Education, by John C. 
Payne. — Human relations in teacher 
training, by Dan. W. Dodson. — Democ- 
racy and interfaith, by Abraham I. 
Katsh. — The student-activities program: 
training for democratic living, by Jesse 
J. Dossick. — About the finished product, 
by Ira M. Kline. [2376 

Stark Young. Immortal shadows: a 
book of dramatic criticism. N. Y.: C. 
Scribner's Sons, 1948. x, [2], 290 p. 
Articles on the New York stage, reprinted 
from periodicals, 1922-47. [2377 

Alfred Lief. Happy the helping hand: 
the first quarter-century of the Fur Trade 
Foundation, 1923-1948. N. Y.: Priv. 
print. [1948]. 85, [4] p. ports. On the 
Chest and Foundation of the Fur Indus- 
try of the City of New York, Inc., and 
its program in the interest of fur workers 
in New York. [2378 

H. Gordon Moore, Jr. My Derrydales. 
Horn's, 1 (no. 5): 3-5 (Jan), port., view. 
On the Derrydale Press, founded by 
Eugene V. Connett, New York, and its 
production of "fine sporting books in 
limited editions," 1927-41. [2379 



146 



David Ames. A producer looks at show 
business. Tomorrow, 8 (no. 2): 29-33 
(Oct), cartoons. Reminiscences of play 
production in New York, 1931-48. 

[2380 

Edward Ridley Finch, Jr. Hands in 
your pockets: a survey of the background 
and work of the New York County Rackets 
Bureau [1931-41. N. Y., 1948.] 2v.ini. 
V, 201, [3], 82 p. ports., views, notes. 
Thesis — Princeton Univ. [2381 

James Joseph Bambrick. The building 
service story. N. Y.: Labor History 
Press [1948]. v, 90 p. On Local No. 32B 
(New York) of the Building Service Em- 
ployees' International Union, 1934-48. 

[2382 

Belle Zeller & Hugh A. Bone. The 
repeal of P. R. in New York City — ten 
years in retrospect. A?n. pol. set. rev., 42: 
1127-1148 (Dec), notes. On propor- 
tional representation for the election of 
members of the city council, 1936-47. 

[2383 

Leo Ernest Durocher. The Dodgers and 
me: the inside story. Chicago: Ziff-Davis 
Pub. Co. [1948]. X, [2], 284, [2] p. ports., 
views. Reminiscences of professional 
baseball, 1937-48. [2384 

John James Loftus. The story of how 
a great school system developed a new 
educational program. Chicago: F. E. 
Compton [1948]. 24 p. port., views. On 
"a new curriculum program of elementary 
education" in New York City, 1941-48. 

[2385 

New York City Committee for Service 
Men. New York City's recreation and 
welfare program for service men and 
women, 1941-1948. N. Y. [1948]. 53 p. 
facsims. [2386 

Louis Carp. The battle of Grand Cen- 
tral Palace: observations at an induction 
station. Mil. surgeon, 102: 285-291 
(Apr). Activities in the Southern New 
York Recruiting and Induction Station 
at Fort Jay, Governors Island, 1942-45. 

[2387 

Ernest J. Clark. Development and 
construction of Brooklyn-Queens Con- 



necting Highway [1942-48]. Municipal 
engineers jour., 34: 31-43 (2d quarter), 
view. [2388 

Alfred Brahdy. Planning and design of 
buildings for the New York City Transit 
System [1945-48]. Municipal engineers 
jour., 34: 44-57 (2d quarter), plans, 
view. [2389 

After hours. [By] Mr. Harper. Harper's, 
196: 381-384 (Apr), views. On sculp- 
ture of the late Elie Nadelman, inspected 
in his house, 1948. [2390 

Long Island (except Areas within 
New York City) 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Suffolk's ti- 
niest town. Long Island forum, 11: 
147-148, 153 (Aug), view. On Shelter 
Island, Suffolk Co.. L. I., 1641-1743. 

[2391 

Ralph S. Solecki. A seventeenth-cen- 
turj' fireplace at Maspeth, Long Island 
[ca. 1650]. Wash. Acad. Sci., Jour., 
38: 324-329 (Oct), map, views. [2392 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Orient, for- 
merly Oyster Ponds. Long Island forum, 
11: 209, 217 (Nov), view. Settlements 
within Southold Town, L. I., ca. 1650- 
1948. [2393 

Clarence Ashton Wood. "President" 
Scott of Long Island. Long Island 
forum, 11: 27, 38 (Feb). On fictitious 
claims of John Scott to Long Island, and 
his misconduct in office there, 1660-65. 

[2394 

Clarence Ashton Wood. The birth of 
Riverhead Town. Long Island forum, 
11: 225, 234 (Dec), view. On a town 
in Suffolk, Co., L. I., 1661-1794. [2395 

Kate W. Strong. "Tangier" Smith's 
own journal. Long Island forum, 11: 29 
(Feb). On a diary kept by Col. William 
Smith on Long Island, 1675-1705. [2396 

Eate W. Strong. Old wills and bound 
trees. Long Island forum, 11: 149, 154 
(Aug), view. On Long Island land 
titles, 1689 ff. [2397 



147 



Lorine Letcher Butler. Time turns 
back at Stony Brook. D. A. R. mag., 
82: 84-86 (Feb), view. On a Long 
Island community settled before 1699 and 
recently "recreated as an ideal village of 
the colonial era." [2398 

William Miller. Old Miller House, 
East Hampton [ca. 1700 flf. Edited] by 
Kate W. Strong. Long Island forum, 11: 
205, 213 (Nov), view. An undated 
letter, or extracts from it. [2399 

Osbom Shaw. Brookhaven Town's 
Tory doctor. Long Island forum, 11: 
133-134 (Jul), view. On Dr. George 
Muirson (1705-86) and his residence in 
Brookhaven, L. I., 1750-ca. 1784. [2400 

H. P. Horton. Ehas Hicks [1784-1830]: 
first Hicksite Quaker. Long Island for- 
um, 11: 3-4, 17 (Jan), view. [2401 

John Tooker. Babylon's old whip mill. 
Long Island forum, 11: 127-134 (Jul), 
view. On the manufacture of horsewhips 
at Babylon, L. I., 1750-1910. [2402 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Birthright of 
John Howard Payne. Long Island forum, 
11: 103, 116-117 (Jun). views. On the 
Long Island ancestry of Payne, ca. 1750 
ff., and history of the Isaacs-Payne house, 
East Hampton, L. I., erroneously sup- 
posed to be the birthplace of Payne, 
1791. [2403 

Sampson Occum. Samson Occum's 
own report. [Edited by] John C. Huden. 
Long Island forum, 11: 223, 229, 235 
(Dec), view. A letter from the Rev. 
John Devotion to the Rev. Ezra Stiles, 
inclosing "An account of the Montauk 
Indians, on Long Island. By Rev. 
Sampson Occum, a. d. 1761," on customs 
and religion of the Indians of Long 
Island. [2404 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Rector Cut- 
ting was a Tory. Long Island forxim, 11: 
85, 95 (May), view. On the Rev. 
Leonard Cutting as Rector of St. George's 
Church, Hempstead, L. I., 1766-ca. 
1783. [2406 

H. P. Horton. Rockville Center Battle 
of 1776. Long Island forum, 11: 107, 
115 (Jun). view. [2406 



Kate W. Strong. Setauket in the 
Revolution [1777-81]. Long Island 
/orum, 11:227-228 (Dec), view. [2407 

Nathaniel R. Howell. When Bay Shore 
was Penataquit. Long Island forum, 11: 
105-113 (Jun). view. On Mechanics- 
ville, L. I., renamed Penataquit, later 
Bay Shore, 1787-ca. 1887. [2408 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Birthplace 
of John Howard Payne. Long Island 
forum, 11: 183-185, 195-197 (Oct), 
facsims., view. Evidence that Payne 
was born in New York City, Jun. 9, 1791, 
and not at East Hampton, L. I. [2409 

Thomas B. Bayles. Centereach's old 
church. Long Island forum, 11: 95 (May). 
view. On the Congregational Church of 
New Village (Centereach), 1815-1948. 

[2410 

Nancy B. Willey & Malcolm M. Willey. 
Insurance on lives of whalemen. Long 
Island forum, 11: 83, 97-98 (May), view. 
Comments on a life insurance policy 
covering the lives of two Sag Harbor men, 
issued by the Mutual Benefit Life Insur- 
ance Co. of Newark, N. J., Oct. 5, 1847, 
and proceedings ending with the payment 
of the claim after their deaths, Dec. 1849. 

[2411 

Clarence Ashton Wood. Stella Prince, 
lighthouse keeper. Long Island form, 
11: 125, 135 (Jul), view. On Horton's 
Point Lighthouse, near Southold, L. I., 
1857-1948. [2412 

Florence Delano. Long Island cran- 
berries. Long Island forum, 11: 9, 13 
(Jan), view. On the cranberry industry 
of Long Island, 1865-1947. [2413 

Iris Qibbs. Building a school in 1878. 
Long Island forum, 11: 187, 194 (Oct), 
view. On Plain Edge School, Hempstead, 
L. I. [2414 

H. P. Horton. Peperidge Hall, Oakdale. 
Long Island forum, 11: 33-35 (Feb), 
view. On a "feudal castle" built by 
Christopher R. Robert ca. 1885. [2415 

H. P. Horton & Harry B. Squires. 
Ships that struck in the night. Long 
Island forum, 11: 87. 94 (May), view. 



148 



Wreck of the Nahum Chapin off Quoque, 
L. I., Jan. 21, 1897; and of the Augustus 
Hunt in the same vicinity, Jan. 22, 1904. 

[2416 

Malcolm M. Willey. James A. Heme's 
"Sag Harbor." Long Island forum, 11: 
5-6, 13, 15-16 (Jan), port. On the 
composition, performances, and vogue 
of this play, 1899-1901. [2417 

Frank G. Webb. Early days of motoring 
on Long Island recalled [1900-1915]. 
Old timers news, 3 (no. 10): 15, 18 (Apr), 
port. [2418 

Nathaniel R. Howell, comp. Islip town's 
World War ii effort [1941-45]. Islip, 
N. Y.: Printed by Buys Bros., 1948. 
768 p. ports., views. Biographies and 
photographs of Islip men who served in 
the War (p. 10-748). [2419 

Other Local History 

Herbert Haufrecht & Norman Cazden. 
Music of the Catskills. N. Y. folklore 
guar., 4: 32-46 (spring), notes. Texts 
and music of several folksongs, and alpha- 
betical lists of vocal and instrumental 
folk music current in the Catskills. 

[2420 

Agnes Scott Smith. Down Ulster way. 
N. Y. folklore guar., 4: 182-195 (autumn). 
Ulster County lore, collected orally. 

[2421 

William A. Ritchie. The Seneca at 
home [ca. 1400]. Mus. service, 21: 42-43, 
46 (Apr), view. [2422 

Paul A. W. Wallace. The return of 
Hiawatha. A''. Y. hist., 29: 385-403 (Oct), 
notes. On the origin of the Iroquois 
League or Five Nations Confederacy, 
1451. [2423 

Codman Hislop. The Mohawk [1609- 
1936]. N. Y.: Rinehart [1948]. xv, 
367 p. maps, views, bibliog. (p. 339- 
350). (Rivers of America.) , [2424 

Albert W. Atwood. The mighty Hud- 
son. Natl. geog. mag., 94: 1-36 (Jul), 
map, views (part col.). Description with 
occasional historical references, 1624- 
1948. [2425 



Leonie van Nierop. Rensselaerswyck, 
1629-1704. Tijdschrift v. gesch., 61: 
70-123, 305-347 (aflevering 1-2, 3-4), 
notes. Concl. On an estate in New 
Netherlands granted to Kiliaen van 
Rensselaer. [2426 

J. W. Watson. The influence of the fron- 
tier on Niagara settlements [1673-1947]. 
Geog. rev., 38: 113-119 (Jan). maps, 
notes. [2427 

Edith Phillips. The development of 
Wliite Plains [1683-1946]. Westchester 
Co. hist, bul, 24: 104-124 (Oct). [2428 

Albert B. Corey. Schenectady: the 
city's formative years [ca. 1684-ca. 
1854]. N. Y. hist., 29: 259-267 (Jul). 

[2429 

Percy Myers Van Epps. The Sche- 
nectady Patent of 1684 and the common 
land of Glenville, N. Y. [1684-1820, 
Glenville: Town Board] 1948. 15 p. 
views. [2430 

Herbert B. Howe. St. George's Church 
in North Castle. Westchester Co. hist, 
bul, 24: 88-98 (Jul), facsim. An Epis- 
copalian church in Westchester Co., 
1694-1938. [2431 

Helen Comstock. The charter of Van 
Cortlandt Manor [Jun. 16, 1697]. An- 
tiques, 53: 217 (Mar), facsim. [2432 

David Harold Beetle. Up Old Forge 
way. [Utica: Utica Observer-Dispatch, 
1948. 10], 183 p. map, ports., views. 
Reprinted from the Utica observer- 
dispatch. On the Central Adirondacks, 
1698-1948. [2433 

Herbert Barber Howe. Yorkshire to 
Westerchester: a chronicle of the Wood 
family. Rutland, Vt.: Tuttle Pub. Co., 
1948. 290 p. facsims., map, ports., 
views, notes. On the lives and activ- 
ities of several members of the Wood 
family in Westchester Co., N. Y., with 
extracts of family documents, 1704-1925. 

[2434 

Estelle Hobby Haines. The Haines 
Family of Rye and Bedford. West- 
chester Co. hist, bul., 25: 45-55 (Apr), 
notes. On the descendants of Godfrey 
Haines (1675-1768), who settled in 
Mamaroneck in 1709. [2436 



149 



Ada Laura Fonda Snell. Palatiaes 
along the Mohawk and their church in 
the wilderness. [South Hadley, Mass., 
1948. 16], 57, [4] p. views. History 
of the Germans who settled on the 
Schoharie in 1712 and on the Mohawk 
in 1723, and particularly of St. Paul's 
Reformed Church and of St. Paul's 
Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, 
Manheim, to 1938. [2436 

Janet R. MacFarlane. The old country 
store. N. Y. hist., 29: 249-255 (Apr). 
views. Characterization of coimtry stores 
in New York, ca. 1720-1944, and de- 
scription of one at the Farmers' Museum. 

[2437 

Anne M. Vincent. Historic Dover. 
Dutchess Co. Hist. See, Yr. bk., 33: 
30-37. On Dover, Dutchess Co., N. Y., 
ca. 1731-1948. [2438 

The home of Colonel Julian A. Benjamin 
in Garrison, New York. Antiques, 54: 
342-345 (Nov), views. On a house 
built ca. 1737 by Jacob Mandeville. 

[2439 

Q. W. Cottrell, Jr. 'By two Tuscarora 
Indians.' Harv. Lib. bul, 2: 238-48 
(spring), notes. Includes a letter from 
John Montresor, Lt., 48th Regt., to 
Patrick Mackellar, dated German Flats, 
N. Y., Aug. 9, 1756, on warfare in central 
New York. [2440 

Charles E. Baker. The William Star- 
ling powder horn and the Niagara cam- 
paign of 1759. N.-Y. Hist. Soc. quar. 
32: 89-103 (Apr), facsims. notes. On 
an action of Jul. 24, 1759, as carved on a 
powder horn by William Starling of 
Norwalk, Conn, [2441 

[Army Pearce Ver Nooy, comp.] Billet- 
ing receipts of 1759. Dutchess Co. 
Hist. Soc, Yr. bk., 33: 102-106. Alpha- 
betical list of names compiled from 
receipts for billeting money paid by the 
clerk of Dutchess County to militiamen 
or their agents, 1759-61. [2442 

Argyle Patent, Washington County, 
N. Y. D. A. R. mag., 82: 299-301 (Apr). 
Names of grantees as recorded in 1762. 

[2443 



Harold W. Thompson «& Marion 
C. Thompson. Epitaphs. A^. Y. folk- 
lore quar., 4: 66-71, 146-149, 227-234, 
299-301 (spring-winter). Mottoes and 
rimes copied in various New York State 
cemeteries, 1768-1904. [2444 

Ralph Birdsall. The story of Coopers- 
town [1769-1917]. Cooperstown, N. Y.: 
Augur's Book Store, 1948. [12], 433 p. 
maps, ports., views, notes. First print- 
ed 1917. [2445 

Jerome S. Arthur. Claudius Smith, 
Island outlaw. Long Island forum, 11: 
67, 75 (Apr), view. On Smith, or- 
iginally from Long Island, as a thief, 
robber, and murderer, and as leader of a 
gang centered in Orange Co., N. Y., ca. 
1775-1779. [2446 

Ethan Allen relics and memorabilia in 
the Fort Ticonderoga Museum. Ft. 
TicoNDEROGA Mus., Bill, 8: 60-64 (Jul). 
Includes "Relics of the capture of Fort 
Ticonderoga, May 10, 1775." [2447 

Ethan Allen's blunderbus. Ft. Ticon- 
deroga Mus., But., 8: 59-60 (Jul), view. 
Presented by Allen to Benedict Arnold 
(probably in May 1775) and by him to 
John Trumbull. [2448 

Robert V. Williams. Putnam County. 
N. Y. folklore quar., 4: 278-296 (winter). 
Traditions and lore, including place 
names, the killing of Nimham (Wappinger 
chief) by the British, the services of 
Enoch Crosby as a spy in the Revolution, 
and the murder of Abe Wanzer of Phillips- 
town by George Denny in Oct. 1843. 

[2449 

Margaret McCord Robinson. Ben 
McCord [1742-1807], Loyalist. West- 
chester Co. hist, bid., 24: 49-55 (Apr), 
notes. On McCord's service as a captain 
in De Lancey's Rangers, 1776-81. 

[2450 

The flint and steel tinder box. Ft. 
Ticonderoga Mus., Bid., 8: 22-24 (Jan). 
view, notes. Signed: E. M. Undated 
item (ca. 1777?) in the Fort Ticonderoga 
Museum. [2451 

Edna L. Jacobsen. The Herkimer 
family and Battle of Oriskany portfolio. 



150 



N. Y. hist., 29: 342-348 (Jul), notes. 
On the career of Nicholas Herkimer (died 
1777 of a wound received in the Battle of 
Oriskany) and history of his family and 
property as indicated by a "portfolio" 
of ms. and printed matter (location not 
indicated). [2452 

Pearl Hamelin Augar. French beliefs 
in Clinton County. A^. Y. folklore guar., 
4: 161-171 (autumn). Lore concerning 
werewolves, a sea serpent in Lake Cham- 
plain, ghosts, and other subjects, partly 
as handed down from the author's 
ancestor, Culbert Le Mire (born 1782). 

[2453 

Rowena B. Peterson. Where lake and 
river meet. A''. Y. folklore guar., 4: 121- 
136 (summer). Legends of Adolphus- 
town, Jefferson Co., N. Y., 1784-1948. 

[2454 

The Powdermill house, Scarsdale. West- 
chester Co. T/isLfewZ., 24: 74-76 (Jul). On 
a house in Westchester Co., and adja- 
cent powder mills, 1784-1948. [2455 

Helen Edson Slocum. King's Landing 
[1797-1830]: a history of the first white 
settlement west of the Genesee River in 
the State of New York, 1797. Rochester, 
N. Y.: Special Committee of the Roch- 
ester Historical Society, 1948. 24 p. 
maps, views, notes (p. 22-24). [2456 

Fred Torrance. Jay's 150 years. North 
country life, 2 (no. 4): 37-42 (fall), ports., 
views. On Jay, N. Y., 1797-1948. 

[2457 

David Herbert Killefifer. The first 150 
years of St. John's Church, 1798-1948. 
Tuckahoe, N. Y.: St. John's Church 
[1948]. 63, [1] p. diagrs. History of a 
Lutheran church. [2458 

St. John's Church — Tuckahoe. From 
notes furnished by Leroy Lockwood. 
Westchester Co. hist, bul, 24: 124-128 
(Oct), views. Church in a suburb of 
Yonkers, 1798-1948. ~ [2459 

Lorene Kimball Fox. The rural com- 
munity and its school. N. Y.: King's 
Crown Press, 1948. xi, 233 p. bibhog. 
(p. 222-226). Thesis — Columbia Univ. 



On country life and rural schools in 
Chautauqua Co., N. Y., ca. 1800-1948. 

[2460 

Richard N. Lander. The First Method- 
ist Church of Pleasantville. Westchester 
Co. hist, bul, 24: 66-67 (Apr). A church 
in Westchester Co., 1800-1948. [2461 

Harry T. Briggs. Early hotels of Hyde 
Park Village: the community's first 
hotel— "Hyde Park Hotel" [ca. 1804- 
1879]. Dtjtchp:ss Co. Hist. See, Yr. bk., 
33: 87-101. view. Includes also an 
account of the Fowler Hotel, ca. 1832- 
1944. [2462 

Nina L. Cooke. Evans Mills: a village 
of historic buildings [1804-1948]. North 
country life, 2 (no. 4): 11-14 (fall), views. 

[2463 

Madeleine B, Stern. James D. Bemis 
[1783-1857]: country printer. A''. Y. hist., 
29: 404-427 (Oct), notes. On Bemis as 
a printer and bookseller at Canandaigua, 
N. Y., 1804-47, with details concerning 
books published by him. [2464 

William L. Lassiter. James Eights 
[1798-1882] and his Albany views. 
Antigues, 53: 360-361 (May). views. 
Describes fourteen watercolor views of 
Albany, 1805, painted ca. 1820. [2465 

Betsey Maria (Hayes) Skinner. Log 
cabin days. N. Y. folklore guar., 4: 212- 
217 (autumn). Letter from Mrs. Skinner 
(1793-1863) to her grandchildren, dated 
Prattsburg, N. Y., Mar. 30, 1842, describ- 
ing her girlhood in Genesee Co., where she 
settled in 1805. [2466 

Hal Burton. Lake Placid. Holiday, 
3 (no. 2): 56-61, 127 (Feb). views 
(part col.). Description of "America's 
best-known winter-sports town," with 
occasional historical references, 1809- 
1948. [2467 

Marjorie G. Hough. Constable Hall: 
pioneer manor house. North country life, 
2 (no. 1): 14-18 (winter), views. On a 
house in Constableville, N. Y., built 
1810-17. [2468 

Mabel Clare Weaks. A miniature of 
Herman Melville's mother. Antiques, 



151 



54: 259 (Oct.) port. On a portrait of 
Maria Gansevoort by Anson Dickinson, 
Albany, 1813. [2469 

Rowena B. Peterson. Golden rule days. 
North country life, 2 (no. 1): 22-25, 46-47 
(winter). On school life in Jefferson 
Co., N. Y., ca. 1814-ca. 1893. [2470 

John Cornelius Rochester. The Battle 
of Plattsbiirg. [Edited by] Gladys G. 
Nelson. Univ. Rochester Lib., BuL, 3: 
30-34 (winter). Three letters to the 
author's father, May 26-Sep. 12, 1814, 
describing the war in northern New York. 

[2471 

Milbert's ItinSraire pittoresque. Old Print 
Shop portfolio, 7: 80-81 (Jan). Describes 
several colored lithographs, ca. 1815-1823, 
from J. Milbert, Itiniraire pittoresque du 
Fleuve Hudson. [2472 

Alice E. A. Priestley. Maria Mitchell, 
as an educator. Microfilm abstracts, 8 
(no. 1): 54-56. notes. Abstract of 
thesis — New York Univ., 1947. On Miss 
Mitchell (1818-89) as Professor of Astron- 
omy, Vassar College, and her interest in 
the higher education of women. [2473 

Jane M. Lape. The Mclntyre-Mac- 
Martin-Henderson papers at Head- 
quarters House. A''. Y. hist., 29: 119-122 
(Jan), notes. Describes letters between 
Archibald Mclntyre, Duncan MacMartin, 
and David Henderson, 1822-ca. 1845, 
relating to a mining enterprise at Taha- 
wus, in the Adirondacks. [2474 



Ethelyn Weller. 

ern Erie County. 
50-54 (spring). 
1822-30. 



Wild animals of south- 

A''. Y. folklore quar., 4: 

Bear and wolf stories, 

[2475 



Bagley and Sew- 

country's largest 

North country 

(winter), ports.. 



Margery L. Wright, 
all — one of the north 
manufacturing plants. 
life, 2 (no. 1): 27-35 
views. On the Bagley and Sewall Com- 
pany, manufacturer of machinery, Water- 
town, N. Y., 1823-1947. [2476 

Richard N. Lander. The Middle Patent 
Methodist Church. Westchester Co. hist, 
bul, 24: 15-20 (Jan). On a Methodist 
Church in Westchester Co., 1825-1948. 

[2477 



Alfred H. Trost. Adirondacks mining: 
its past and its future [1826-1948]. 
Canad. mining jour., 69 (no. 5): 75-80 
(May), views. [2478 

Janet R. MacFarlane. The smithy at 
the corners. A^. Y. hist., 29: 123-128 
(Jan), views. Stone blacksmith shop : 
erected at New Berhn, N. Y., 1827, in 
continuous use till 1934, and transferred 
to the Farmers' Museum, Cooperstown, 
in 1944. [2479 

County temperance society, 1829-1848. 
Westchester Co. hist, bul, 24: 60-64 (Apr). 
On the Friends of Temperance, West- 
chester Co. [2480 

17. S. Military Academy, West Point. 
The 1802d Special Regiment: an illus- 
trated account of the enlisted personnel 
at the United States Military Academy, ' 
West Point, New York. [By Sidney 
Forman, Archivist, U. S. Military Acad- 
emy. West Point, 1948. 10], 93 p. 
facsim., fold, map, ports., views. On an 
organization founded as "a dependable 
body of enlisted men to perform the labor 
of the Post and the Academy," 1829-1947. 

[2481 

David B. Russell. Schenectady sketch. 
Trains, 8 (no. 4): 22-26 (Feb), map, 
views. On the railroads and locomotive 
works of Schenectady, 1831-1948. 

[2482 

Arthur Linus Dudley Warner, comp. 
Warner Cemetery records. Detroit Soc. 
Geneal. Research mag., 11: 64 (Jan-Feb). 
Burials in Warner Cemetery, between 
Hamlet and Fredonia, N. Y., 1832-1932. 

[2483 

Frederick H. Kimball. The making of 
Redwood glass. Antiques, 53: 358-359 
(May), views. On glassware made at 
Redwood, Jefferson Co., N. Y., 1833-95. 

[2484 

Carl T. Javert. James Piatt White 
[1811-81], a pioneer in American obstet- 
rics and gynecology. Jour. hist, med., 3: 
489-506 (autumn), diagrs., port., views, 
notes. On White's medical career in 
Buffalo, 1834-81. [2485 



152 



Montross Washburn. History of the 
Sing Sing camp meeting. Westchester Co. 
hist, huh, 24: 56-60 (Apr), view. On the 
Mount Pleasant Methodist Episcopal 
Camp Meeting Society, Westchester Co., 
1834-84. [2486 

Herbert B. Howe. Washington Irving's 
home. Westchester Co. hist. buL, 24: 1-7 
(Jan). port., view. On Sunnyside, 
Tarrytown, 1835 ff. [2487 

Harold F. Graves. Black River Canal. 
North country life, 2 (no. 3): 16-19 
(summer), views. Canal from Lyons 
Falls to Rome, N. Y., 1838-1922. [2488 

Harry Amos Bullis. Buffalo: its flour 
milling heritage. N. Y.: Newcomen 
Society of England, American Branch, 
1948. 24 p. On the flour industry in 
Buffalo, 1842-1948. [2489 

Edith Cutting. A York state songbag: 
the Douglass-Stevens manuscript. A'. Y. 
folklore guar., 4: 172-181 (autumn). 
Describes a ms. containing texts of 89 
songs (many from oral tradition) current 
in northern New York 1843-56 and 
written down at that time by Volney 
Stevens and Julia Parker Stevens. [2490 

Borden H. Mills, Sr. Charles Fenno 
Hoffman's Indian place names. Ad- 
i-ron-dac, 12 (no. 4): 4-7 (Jul- Aug), 
notes. Quotes a passage from Hoffman's 
Vigil of faith (1845), reproduced in 
Kachesco, a legend of the sources of the 
Hudson (1873), and comments on 26 
place names included therein. [2491 

Amy Pearce Ver Nooy. John Russell 
Comstock, and his octagon. Dutchess 
Co. Hist. See, Yr. bk., 33: 83-86. On 
Comstock (1807-89), orchardist, and the 
octagon house built by him in Wash- 
ington, Dutchess Co., N. Y., at "Floral 
Hill," ca. 1845. [2492 

Amy Pearce Ver Nooy. "Fowler's 
Folly," and its builder. Dutchess Co. 
Hist. Soc, Yr. bk., 33: 50-82. facsim., 
view. On Orson Squire Fowler (1809-87), 
lecturer and writer on phrenology, and 
the octagon house built by him at Fish- 
kill, N. Y., ca. 1847-ca. 1856. [2493 



Walter Dumaux Edmonds. The first 
hundred years, 1848-1948: 1848, Oneida 
Community; 1880, Oneida Community, 
Limited; 1935, Oneida Ltd. [n. p., 1948.] 
75 p. port., views. On the Oneida 
Community and successor organizations, 
as manufacturers of silverware and other 
products. [2494 

Mildred Sandison Feruier. One hun- 
dred years ago history was made at 
Seneca Falls. NEA jour., 37: 534-535 
(Nov), facsim. On the convention on 
women's rights, 1848. [2495 

Blake McKelvey. Woman's rights in 
Rochester: a century of progress [1848- 
1948]. Rochester, 1948. 24 p. notes. 
{Rochester hist., v. 10, nos. 2-3, Jul. 
1948.) [2496 

Robert Francis McNamara. A cen- 
tury of grace: the history of St. Mary's 
Roman Catholic parish, Corning, N. Y., 
1848-1948. Corning: St. Mary's Church, 
1948. xvii, 283 p. ports., views, notes. 

[2497 

David P. Morgan. Famous Alco loco- 
motives. Trains, 8 (no. 12) : 26-27 (Oct) 
views. On locomotives built by the 
American Locomotive Co., Schenectady, 
1848-1948. [2498 

E. E. Patton. The first suffrage con- 
vention. D. A. R. mag., 82: 591-592 
(Aug). Seneca Falls, N. Y., 1848. 

[2499 

Schenectady centennial. Railroad mag., 
47 (no. 1): 27-45 (Oct), facsim., ports., 
views. On the American Locomotive 
Co. (ALCO), Schenectady, 1848-1948. 

[2500 

Ralph N. Van Amam «fc Lewis S. Van 
Amam. The Sacketts Harbor and Sar- 
atoga Railroad [1848-57]. North country 
life, 2 (no. 4): 32-36, 53 (fall), map, 
views. [2501 

Woman's Rights Convention, Roch- 
ester, N. Y., 1848. Report of the 
Woman's Rights Convention, Rochester, 
1848. Univ. Rochester Lib. bul., 4: 13-17 
(autumn). Signed: Abigail Bush, Pres- 
ident; Laura Murray, Vice-President; 



153 



and Catharine A. F. Stebbins, Sarah L. 
Hallowell, and Mary H. Hallowell, 
Secretaries. [2502 

Curtis Carroll Davis. Tardy reminis- 
cence: some recollections of Horace 
Caruthers, 1824-1894. Westchester Co. 
hist. buL, 24: 77-87 (Jul), notes. On 
Caruthers as a physician in New York 
and Tarry town, 1849-91. [2503 

Arnell F. Dickinson. Dickinson diary. 
Westchester Co. hist. buL, 24: 20-29 
(Jan). On Dickinson (1818-67), with 
excerpts of a diary kept on a Westchester 
Co. farm, Mar. 4, 1850-Oct. 22, 1852. 

[2504 

Hugh Buckner Johnston, comp. Fuller 
Families enumerated in 1850 census, 
Saratoga Co., New York. Natl. Geneal. 
Sac. quar., 36: 81-82 (Sep). [2505 

Rolland E. Stevens. The Delphic and 
Pithonian Societies. Univ. Rochester Lib. 
but., 4: 9-12 (autumn). Literary socie- 
ties at the University of Rochester, 
1850-65. [2506 

Thomas I. Meehan. Ogdensburg's age 
of arson. North country life, 2 (no. 2) : 
39-40, 43 (spring). On fires in Odgens- 
burg, N. Y., 1852-54. set by Robert 
Wilson to conceal thefts. [2507 

Thomas Clay O'Donnell. The Sapbush 
Run: an informal history of the Black 
River & Utica Railroad. Boonville, 
N. Y.: Black River Books, 1948. 156 p. 
facsims., map, ports., views. History of 
Boonville during the period (1855-67) 
when the construction of the railroad 
(chartered 1832) was halted at Boonville. 

[2508 

Timby's globe timepiece of 1863. Time- 
pieces quar., 1: 34-37 (Nov), view. On 
the Timby Solar Clock, patented by 
Theodore R. Timby, Baldwinsville, N.Y., 
1863, and intended as "a geographical 
educator for the school room and family." 

[2509 

Anna Mary (Robertson) Moses. Ten 
years, Grandma Moses. N. Y. : Galerie 
St. Etienne, 1948. 16 p. port., views. 
Facsimile reproductions of her hand- 
written reminiscences of rural Thanks- 



givings in New York State, 1864-70, and 
of her handwritten catalogue of her 42 
paintings, 1938-48, with reproductions of 
several of the paintings. [2510 

Natalie F. Hawley. Literature in 
Rochester, 1865-1905. Rochester hist., 10 
(no. 1): 1-24 (Jan), notes. [2511 

Stephen Wood. Tobacco — its culture 
and use. Westchester Co. hist. buL, 24: 
64-66 (Apr). "A paper read by Stephen 
Wood before the Bedford [Westchester 
Co.] Farmers Club in November 1865," 
representing the deadly elTects of tobacco 
on body and mind. [2512 

James Taylor Dunn. The Cardiff 
Giant hoax. A^. Y. hist., 29: 367-377 
(Jul), facsim., views. On a "petrified 
giant" unearthed at Cardiff, N. Y., 1869 
(fabricated by George Hull in Chicago 
from a block of Iowa gypsum, 1868), and 
later exhibited as a curiosity, recently 
added to the collections of the Farmers' 
Museum, Cooperstown. [2513 

Horace W. Slocum. Rambles in a 
collector's paradise. Rocks and minerals, 
23: 497-503, 579-589, 675-680, 771-777, 
892-898 (Jun-Dec). diagrs., views. Rem- 
iniscences of mineral and rock collecting 
in St. Lawrence Co., 1936-38, with refer- 
ences to earlier collectors there, ca. 1870 
flf. [2514 

Charles J. F. Decker. Recollections of 
Westchester jurists: 1. Hon. Martin 
Jerome Keough [1852-1928]. West- 
chester Co. hist. buL, 24: 128-132 (Oct). 
On Keough as lawyer and judge, 1875 
ff. [2615 

Charles M. Brownell. An early north 
country fair. North country life, 2 (no. 
3): 59-62 (summer). On fairs held at 
Carthage, N. Y., by the Carthage Union 
Agricultural Society, 1876-ca. 1890. 

[2516 

Robert Sloane Wickham. A Saratoga 
boyhood. [Binghamton? N. Y., 1948. 
10], 242 p. map, views, notes. Auto- 
biography, 1877-ca. 1895. [2517 

Valeria Langeloth Bonham. Utopia 
in the hills: the story of Valeria Home and 
its founding. N. Y.: R. M. McBride 



154 



[1948]. 219 p. facsim., ports., views. 
Autobiography, ca. 1880 ff., and account 
of Valeria Home, established at Osca- 
wana, N. Y., 1924, as "a recreation and 
convalescent center for persons of educa- 
tion and refinement." [2518 

Francis B. Piatt. Unusual "solar" 
clock invented by Lewis Juvet, manu- 
factured at Canajoharie, New York, 
from around 1880 to 1886. Timepieces 
guar., 1: 47-48 (Nov), view. [2519 

F. H. Pough. Herbert Percy Whitlock, 
1868-1948. Rocks and minerals, 23: 
520-523 (Jun). port. On Whitlock as a 
-mineralogist in New York State, 1889- 
1948, with bibliography of his publica- 
tions, 1902-36. [2520 

Tim Cohane. Gridiron grenadiers: the 
story of ^Yest Point football [1890-1947]. 
N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons [1948]. xi, 
320 p. ports., views. [2521 

Rochester subway. Railroad mag., 47 
(no. 1): 84-90 (Oct), views. On an 
electric railway in Rochester, N. Y., 
1890-1948. [2522 

Ashton Sanborn. Winslow Homer's 
"Adirondack guide." Mus. Fine Arts, 
BuL, 46: 48-51 (Jun). port., views, 
notes. On the identification of the 
original of the painting, 1892-94, as 
Harvey Holt (1808-93). [2523 

Clark Sutherland Northup. A history 
of the Quill and Dagger Society of Cornell 
University [1893-1947]. Ithaca: Priv. 
print., 1948. xi, 154 p. [2524 

Rochester Engineering Society. His- 
torical review. Rochester engineer, 27 
(no. 1): 2-4 (Jul). History of the 
Society, 1897-1947. [2526 

Harry W. Hicks. Inferno in the Adiron- 
dacks. North country life, 2 (no. 4) : 7-8, 
51-52 (fall). On a forest fire in the Lake 
Placid area, 1903. [2526 

James Sachs Plaut. Steuben glass: a 
monograph. N. Y.: H. Bittner [1948. 
8], 30 p. views on 61 plates. (Mono- 
graphs on American arts and crafts, v. 1.) 
On a glass industry at Corning, N. Y., 
1903-45, particularly 1933 ff. [2527 



Harold Ahlstrom. Chautauqua Trac 
tion. Natl. Railway Hist. Soc, Bui., 
13 (no. 2): 25-26, 29, 30 (2d quarter), 
views. On the Chautauqua Traction 
Co., interurban operating between James- 
town and Westfield, N. Y., 1904-26. 

[2528 

Eleanor Waterbury Franz. The trag- 
edy of the "North Woods." A^. Y. 
folklore quar., 4: 85-97 (summer). On the 
murder of Grace Brown by Chester 
Gillette on Big Moose Lake, Herkimer 
Co., N. Y., Jul. 11, 1906; his trial at 
Cortland; his execution at Auburn, Mar. 
20, 1908; and the use of these facts by 
Theodore Dreiser in An American tragedy. 
Quotes letters written by Gillette and 
Miss Brown. [2529 

A. C. Hawkins. James Greenfield Man- 
chester, Sept. 20, 1871-June 28, 1948. 
Rocks and minerals, 23: 916-918 (Nov- 
Dec). port. On Manchester as an 
amateur mineralogist in New York, 
with a list of his writings, 1910-41. 

[2530 

James R. Simmons. Covered bridges 
on the Delaware. Ajn. forests, 54: 
454-456, 469-470 (Oct), views. Remi- 
niscences of a camping trip on the west 
branch of the Delaware, in Delaware Co., 
N. Y., Jun. 1910, with notes on the 
history and present condition of the 
bridges there. [2531 

John D. Denney, Jr. End of an era. 
Natl. Railway Hist. Soc, BuL, 13 
(no. 1): 5-7, 9 (1st quarter), views. 
On the Jamestown, Westfield, & North- 
western Railway in western New York, 
as a trolley service, 1914-48. [2532 

Bert Zenaty. I remember George East- 
man. Rochester engineer, 27: 56-57, 59 
(Aug). Reminiscences of a Czech im- 
migrant in Rochester, 1919 ff. [2533 

Charles Cook Biker. The Eastman 
School of Music: its first quarter century, 
1921-1946. Rochester, N. Y.: Univ. of 
Rochester, 1948. 99 p. ports., views. 

[2534 

William C. Baldwin. Buffalo to New 
York in a gas buggy. Old timers news, 
3 (no. 11): 8-9 (Aug), port. Drive in 



155 



1922 in a 1901 Pierce- Arrow, to cele- 
brate the twenty-first anniversity of the 
model. [2535 

Wallace Ashley & Max Spitalny. 

Operation Selkirk. Trains, 8 (no. 9) : 
18-29 (Jul), views. On the Selkirk 
Yard of the New York Central Railroad, 
near Albany, 1924-48. [2536 

David Oakes Woodbury. Battlefronts 
of industry: Westinghouse in World 
War II. N. Y.: J. Wiley, 1948. [10], 
342 p. views. On the war-related work 
of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
1941-45. [2537 

Horace P. Beck. Jesse Cornplanter's 
tall tales. N. Y. folklore quar., 4: 268-278 
(winter), notes. Told by Chief Jesse 
Cornplanter, of the Tonawanda Indian 
Reservation, 1947, and presented in 
Beck's phraseology. [2538 

NEW JERSEY 

Statewide History 

Marian Card. Early church architec- 
ture in New Jersey [ca. 1620-1819]. 
Soc. Architectural Historians, Jour., 
7 (nos. 3-4): 31 (Jul-Dec). Abstract of 
thesis (m. a.)— Oberlin College. [2539 

Clinton D. Bouker. The seal of the 
City of Newark, New Jersey. Avi. 
collector, 16 (no. 12): 20-21 (Jan), 
facsims. On the seals of Newark and of 
the State of New Jersey, 1776-1928. 

[2540 

Maud H. Greene. Papers on exhibit 
in the Society's building relating to the 
three constitutional conventions of New 
.Jersey [177(), 1844, 1942-47]. N. J. 
Hist. Soc, Proc, 66: 150-156 (Jul). 

[2541 

Marion Thompson Wright. Negro 
suffrage in New Jersey, 1776-1875. 
Jour. Negro hist., 33: 168-224 (Apr), 
notes. [2542 

David L. Cowen. Notes on pharma- 
ceutical training in New Jersey before 
1900 [1870-1900]. Am. jour, pharma- 
ceutical educ, 12: 302-314 (Apr), notes. 

[2543 



Phillip 0. Newman. Labor legislating 
by the New Jersey Court of Chancery 
[1883-1947]. Univ. Detroit law jour., 
11: 67-91 (Mar), notes. [2544 

Local History 

Dorothy Cross. The Bevans rock shel- 
ters. Archeol. Soc. N. J., Bui., no. 1 
(Jul), p. 13-25. map, views. Describes 
artifacts near Bevans, Sussex Co., N. J., 
apparently of the Rosencrans Focus. 

[2545 

Harold K. WooUey. The Indians and 
Ocean County. Archeol. Soc. N. J., 
BuL, no. 1 (Jul), p. 5-12. map. De- 
scription of sites, undated. [2546 

John David Flansburg Morgan & 
Samuel Horace Richards. Early ac- 
tivities in the upper four tenths. [Cam- 
den, N. J.] 1948. 16 p. notes (p. 15-16). 
(Camden County Historical Society pub- 
lications, V. 3, no. 1.) On the lands of 
the First, Second, Third, and Fourth 
Tenths, which "comprised all of West 
Jersey North of Oldman's Creek," 1623- 
1702. [2547 

Walter Theodore Eickmann. History 
of West New York, New Jersey, in com- 
memoration of its golden jubilee. West 
New York, N. J., 1948. [10], 167 p. 
map, ports., views. bibliog. (p. 165- 
167), notes (p. 134-152). Incidents in 
the history of Hudson Co., N. J., 1661- 
1948. [2548 

Mrs. Theodore Fisher. A sentimental 
journey. D. A. R. 7nag., 82: 827-828 
(Nov). On Freehold and Shrewsbury, 
N. J., 1662-1778. [2549 

Mario Charles Diedrich. Our town: a 
brief little history of the early days, 
growth, and development of the Town- 
ship of Union [ca. 1664-1948]. Union, 
N. J.: Union Center National Bank, 
<'1948. 34 p. fold. col. map, ports., 
views. [2550 

Slavery and servitude in West New 
Jersey [1675-1773]. Camden Co. Hist. 
Soc. buL, no. 10 (Jul), p. 1, 4. [2551 

Mrs. Clarence R. Keen. Through trails 
and byways to Old Pittsgrove. Vine- 



156 



land hist, mag., 38: 187-197 (Jul-Oct). 
"References" (p. 196-197). On Salem 
Co., N. J., 1676-1857, particularly Old 
Pittsgrove Presbj^terian Church. [2552 

John E. Pomfret. The problem of the 
West Jersey Concessions of 1676/7. Wm. 
and Mary quar., 5: 95-105 (Jan), notes. 
Includes "The petition of Samuel 
Jennings and Thomas Budd to London 
Friends," Feb. 28, 1685. [2553 

Elizabeth Marting. The Pinhornes and 
the Earles of Secaucus [1679-1759]. N. J. 
Hist. Soc, Proc, 66: 156-172 (Jul), 
notes. [2554 

Alexander G. Garwood. Land of mys- 
tery and modesty. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
748-750 (Oct). On Burlington Co., 
N. J., 1680-1948. [2555 

Paul Marshall Allen. A brief history 
of Griggstown, New Jersey, from its 
foundation through the American Rev- 
olution to the beginning of the nine- 
teenth century [1681-1800]. N. J. Hist. 
Soc, Proc, 66: 105-114 (Apr). [2556 

Felix James Schrag. Pietism in colo- 
nial America. Chicago, 1948. 78-94 p. 
notes. Part of thesis — Univ. of Chicago. 
On the service of Theodorus Jacobus 
Frelinghuysen as a minister in New 
Jersey, 1720-39. [2557 

Lewis D. Cook. DoUes family of Cum- 
berland County, N. J. Vineland hist, mag., 
33: 174-178, 182-186 (Jan-Oct). On 
William Dalles (Dallas), who settled in 
Cumberland Co., N. J., ca. 1728 and 
died 1784, and his descendants to 1815, 
with abstracts of deeds and wills. [2558 

Harold Alfred Sonn. A history of 
Colonel Joseph Beavers (2nd Regt. N. J. 
Militia), 1728-1816, of Hunterdon 
County, New Jersey: his family, descend- 
ants, and connections. [Shore Hills? 
N. J.] Priv. print., 1948. [14], 153, xviii 
leaves, maps. "References" (leaf 4). 

[2559 

Elizabeth Wynaan. Furniture of Mon- 
mouth County [ca. 1730-ca. 1770]. 
An<i5Mes, 54: 44-46 (Jul), views. [2560 



Andrew D. Mellick. Lesser crossroads. 
Edited by Hubert G[lasgow] Schmidt 
from The story of an old farm. [New 
Brunswick] Rutgers Univ. Press, 1948. 
xii, 402, [1] p. Abridgment and re- 
arrangement of Mellick's work (Somer- 
ville, N, J., 1889) on the Moelich family 
and the history of New Jersey, par- 
ticularly Somerset County and Bed- 
minster, 1735-ca. 1789. [2561 

Charles S. Syndor. Princeton's two 
centuries [1746-1946]. South Atlantic 
quar., 47: 96-102 (Jan). Review of 
three recent publications. [2562 

Francis A. Stanger. The separation 
of Cumberland County from Salem 
County in 1747-48. Vineland hist, mag., 
33: 150-161 (Jan-Apr). [2563 

Leroy W. Tilton, com-p. Sealing docket, 
Gloucester County, N. J., beginning 
1746. Natl. Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 16-19 
(Mar). Concl. Register of documents 
to which a seal was affixed in Gloucester 
Co. This installment: Jun.-Dec. 1748. 

[2564 

Lewis Leary. Philip Freneau [1752- 
1832] and Monmouth County. Mon- 
mouth Co. Hist. Assoc, BuL, 1 (no. 2): 
59-82 (Jul), notes. [2565 

George H. Bost. Samuel Davies as 
president of Princeton [1758-61]. Pres- 
BYT. Hist. Soc, Jour., 26: 165-181 (Sep). 
notes. [2566 

Richard C. Haskett. Village clerk and 
country lawyer: William Paterson's legal 
experience, 1763-1772. N. J. Hist. Soc, 
Proc, 66: 155-171 (Oct), notes. [2567 

Edgar H. Havens. Early Broadway 
difficult to maintain. Camden Co. Hist. 
Soc bul., no. 9 (Feb), p. 3. On Broad- 
way, in Camden, 1763-1902. [2568 

James Edgar Gibson. Bodo Otto, 
Junior [1748-82]. N. J. Hist. Soc, 
Proc, 66: 171-183 (Oct), notes. On 
Otto as a physician in New Jersey and a 
surgeon in the New Jersey militia, 1771- 
82. [2569 

Benjamin Scudder Bible records, copied 
by Mrs. Maud H. Greene. N. J. Hist. 
Soc, Proc, 66: 38-47 (Jan), notes. 



157 



Births, marriages, and deaths of members 
of the Scudder family of New Jersey, 
1776-1929. [2570 

Alfred Hoyt Bill. The campaign of 
Princeton, 1776-1777. Princeton. N. J.: 
Princeton Univ. Press, 1948. ix, [3], 
145 p. maps, bibliog. (p. 138-140). 

[2571 

Morris Co., N. J. Morris County poll 
list. May, 1776. N. J. Hist. Soc, Proc, 
66: 114-121 (Apr). [2572 

Thomas Nelson, Jr. News of the 
Battle of Trenton. Princeton Univ. Lib. 
chron., 9: 166-167 (Apr). Letter from a 
Virginia delegate to the. Continental 
Congress dated Baltimore, Jan. 2, 1777, 
addressed to Thomas Jefferson. [2573 

Signers of oath of allegiance by New 
Jersey patriots. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
643-645 (Aug). Names of persons sign- 
ing at Trenton, Feb. 1777. [2574 

George J. Miller. Essex County half 
pay applications for Revolutionary War 
soldiers [1779-99]. N. J. Hist. Soc, 
Proc, 66: 183-193 (Oct). [2575 

Edwin G. Conklin. Biology at Princeton 
[1796-1948]. Bios, 19: 150-171 (Oct). 
port., view, notes. [2576 

Thomas P. Govan. Nicholas Biddle at 
Princeton, 1799-1801. Princeton Univ. 
Lib. chron., 9: 49-63 (Feb), port, notes. 

[2577 

Henry Charlton Beck. Renzie Dow in 
Jersey. A'^. Y. folklore guar., 4: 46-50 
(spring), notes. Three tales concern- 
ing an undated visit of the Rev. Lorenzo 
Dow to Burlington Co., N. J. [ca. 1815?]. 

[2578 

Sister M. Gaudentia. The Polish people 
of Passaic [1816-1948]. Polish Am. stud., 
5: 74-83 (Jul-Dec). notes. [2579 

Samuel Copp Worthen. Poe and the 

beautiful cigar girl. Am. lit., 20: 305-312 
(Nov), notes. Facts relating to the 
murder of Mary Rogers in Hoboken (Jul. 
1841) as revealed in a lawsuit of 1891-92, 
suggesting that she died of abortion. 

[2580 



N. R. Ewan. Camden's Vice-Presiden- 
tial candidate. Camden Co. Hist. Soc. 
bul, no. 10 (Jul), p. 3. On Dr. Reynell 
Coates, resident of Camden from 1845 to 
1886, candidate for Vice-President on the 
Native American ticket, 1852. [2581! 

Manasquan, N. J. First Presbyterian 
Church. One hundredth anniversary, 
First Presbyterian Church, Manasquan, 
New Jersey . . . [By] Rev. Harry Hop- 
kins Hubbell, M. A., Minister. 27, [1] p. 
ports., views. History of the church, 
1848-1948. [2582 

Charles L. Towle. History of the 
Camden and Atlantic Railroad and 
associated railroads, 1852-1897. Rail- 
way AND Locomotive Hist. Soc, BvL, 
73: 16-45 (May), facsims., maps, views. 

[2583 

Parsons Townsend. Marriage records 
of Parsons Townsend. [Edited by] Ken- 
neth O. Brown. Cape May Co. mag. 
hist. & geneal., 3: 39-42 (Jun). List of 
marriages performed by Townsend, of 
the N. J. Conference of the Methodist 
Church, 1862-86, giving names and date, 
but not place, for each marriage. [2584 

Register of two old Vineland hotels: the 
Vineland House and the Magnolia House, 
1864-1867. Vineland hist, ynag., 33: 
147-148, 216 (Jan-Oct). Cont. and to be 
cont. These installments: Jan. 1-9, 
1866. [2585 

W. H. Schmidt, Jr. "Costhest rail- 
road" now half abandoned. Trains, 9 
(no. 1): 52 (Nov), view. On the 
Newark-New York branch of the Jersey 
Central Railroad, 1869-1948. [2586' 

Herbert Marion Bacon. Bacon's Ad- 
venture . . . Adapted by Elizabeth 
[Mitchell] Bacon Rodewald. N. Y.r 
Bankers Press [1947] •'1948. [2], 197 p. 
maps, port., view. "The story of Josiah 
Bacon and his family . . . who lived at 
Catahungut on the banks of the Cohansey 
Creek in Southern New Jersey," on the 
estate called "Bacon's Adventure," 1870- 
86, with some account of the descendants 
of Samuel Bacon (162(i-95) and Richard 
Wood (died 1685). [2587 



158 



Elena J. Darling. Some pearl button 
manufacturers of Vineland. Vineland 
hist, mag., 33: 179-180 (Jan- Apr). To be 
cont. On Nathaniel Eldridge Jenkins in 
Vineland, 1874-87. [2588 

Sally C. Luscomb. City Button Works. 
Just buttons, 7: 7-9 (Oct). On a New 
Jersey firm, 1875-1948. [2589 

Al Rung. Three months feast, nine 
months famine. Trains, 8 (no. 8): 
22-27 (Jun). map, views. On the Penn- 
sylvania-Reading Seashore Lines of south- 
ern New Jersey, 1877-1948. [2590 

Paul P. Merbach. Historic churches of 
New Jersey: "The Church of the Pres- 
idents." A'^. J. compass, 1 (no. 8) : 20 
(Jan), port., view. On St. James Epis- 
copal Chapel, Elberon, N. J., 1879-1948. 

[2591 

Philip S. Nutt. Places not weU known, 
near home. . . . Reported by Miss Ida 
B. Hughes from notes taken of an in- 
formal talk given at the Vineland His- 
torical Society, March 9th, 1936. Vine- 
land hist, mag., 33: 162-173, 197-207 
(Jan-Oct). Reminiscences (as early as 
1879) of roads, sites, and buildings near 
Vineland. [2592 

Walt Whitman. Walt Whitman on 
New Jersey: an uncollected essay. [Ed- 
ited by] Herbert Bergman. N. J. Hist. 
Soc, Proc, 66: 139-154 (Oct), notes. 
Essay entitled "Winter sunshine. A trip 
from Camden to the coast. New Jersey 
letter from Walt Whitman." Reprinted 
from the Philadelphia timrs of Jan. 26, 
1879. [2593 

Robert Adams. Short-line ghost in 
the Delaware Water Gap. Trains, 8 
(no. 11): 26-27 (Sep), map, view. On 
the New York, Susquehanna, & Western 
railroad line, along the New Jersey bank 
of the Delaware, ca. 1883-1940. [2594 

Victor A. Elconin. Stephen Crane at 
Asbury Park. Am. lit., 20: 275-289 
(Nov), notes. Includes excerpts from 
Crane's contributions to the New York 
tribune, Jul. 2-Sep. 2, 1892, while Crane 
was correspondent at Asbury Park. [2595 



W. A. Tewes. Hold a wide seven . . . 
another nostalgic chapter in the memoirs 
of one of the country's most famous 
rifle team coaches. Am. rifleman, 96 
(no. 7): 32-34, 39 (Jul), views. Rem- 
iniscences of a shooting match in New 
Jersey, Sep. 1905. [2596 

William P. Hamilton III. The Shore 
Fast Line. Natl. Railway Hist. Soc, 
Bui., 13 (no. 3) : 6-10 (3d quarter), map, 
views. On a railway service in and near 
Atlantic City, 1907-48. [2597 

Edgar M. Finck. Curriculum changes 
in a New Jersey high school, 1918-1948. 
High school jour., 31: 168-170 (Oct), 
notes. On Toms River High School. 
Excerpted from the author's twenty- 
ninth and final report to Dover Township 
Board of Education. [2598 

PENNSYLVANIA 

Statewide History 

Christopher Crittenden. A Southerner 
looks at Pennsylvania history. Pa. hist., 
15: 75-85 (Apr), notes. [2599 

Amos E. Taylor. Pennsylvania's role 
in our national progress; what of the 
future? Pa. hist., 15: 1-8 (Jan). [2600 

Wayland Fuller Dunaway. A history 
of Pennsylvania [1609-1947] . . . Second 
edition. N. Y.: Prentice-Hall, 1948. 
xviii, 724 p. maps, ports, bibliogs. 
(Prentice-Hall history series.) First pub- 
lished 1935. ' [2601 

Sylvester Kirby Stevens. Pennsylvania: 
titan of industry. N. Y.: Lewis Histori- 
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[2604 

Sister Joan de Lourdes Leonard. The 

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Theodore G. Tappert. John Caspar 
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Roy Lutz Winters. John Caspar 
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Elmer Schultz Gerhard. The first 
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Velma Mackay Paul. Geburts und 
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Paul Henry Giddens. Early days of 
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[2649 

Philadelphia 

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[2651 

Gateway to the world. Common- 
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Pennsylvania Hospital. Month at 
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Charles Simms. A fine 18th century 
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[2663 



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William White Montgomery, comp. 
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William Barton Marsh. Philadelphia 
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Wilfred Bonsieur Wolcott. Back- 
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James H. S. Bossard & Eleanor S. Boll. 

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[2699 

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Pittsburgh 

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[2705 

The sciences in Pittsburgh. Carnegie 
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1897]. Western Pa. hist, mag., 31: 83-98 
(Sep- Dec). [2709 

Lowell Innes. Pittsburgh glass. An- 
tiques, 54: 417-419 (Dec). To be cont. 
views. On glass manufactures in Pitts- 
burgh, 1797 ff. [2710 

Lois Mulkeam. "Pittsburgh in 1806 
by George Beck." Pitt, no. 32 (spring), 
p. 24-31. views. Describes a painting 
of this title, probably painted in 1804, 
and comments on 50 buildings and sites 
shown therein. [2711 

Mary E. Bakewell. The Bakewell glass 
factory. Antiques, 53: 220-221 (Mar), 
port., views. On a factory operated in 
Pittsburgh by Benjamin Bakewell and his 
descendants, 1808-81. [2712 

Henry Oliver Evans. Judge Thomas 
Mellon [1813-1908] and his family. 
Western Pa. hist, mag., 31: 1-12 (Mar- 
Jun). [2713 

Frank Richard. Denton. The Mellons 
of Pittsburgh [1818-1948]. N. Y.: New- 
comen Society of England, American 
Branch, 1948. 32 p. port., views. 

[2714 

James A. Kehl. The Allegheny Dem- 
ocrat, 1833-1836. Western Pa. hist, 
mag., 31: 71-82 (Sep- Dec), notes. On 
"a political journal committed to the 
support of Andrew Jackson," edited by 
Leonard Shryock Johns. [2715 



Virginia Lewis. Stained glass in Pitts- 
burgh [1837-1948]. Stained glass, 43: 
35-46 (summer), view. [2716 

Patricia Stone. Mercy Hospital. Jr. 
historian, 5 (no. 1): 36-37 (May). On 
a Pittsburgh hospital, 1847-1947. 

[2717 

Andrew Carnegie: to latter-day business- 
men, he bequeathed a problem he could 
not solve himself: how much to make 
money, how much to relax. Fortune, 
37 (no. 6): 116-119, 128, 131-132, 134, 
136, 138, 143-144, 146, 148 (Jun). car- 
toon, ports., views. On Carnegie's 
career in business and philanthropy, 
1848-1915. [2718 

John Hargreaves Harley Williams. 
Andrew Carnegie [1835-1919]. John 
Hargreaves Harley Williams, Men of 
stress: three dynamic interpretations (Lon- 
don: J. Cape [1948]), p. 175-264. port. 

[2719 

Old Pittsburgh market and court house. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 237-238 
(Jun-Jul). view. Describes a litho- 
graph from a sketch by J. P. Robitzer, 
probably before 1852. [2720 

William Larimer Mellon & Boyden 
Sparkes. Judge Mellon's sons. [Pitts- 
burgh?] Priv. print., 1948. x, 570 p. 
ports., views. Reminiscences concern- 
ing Thomas Mellon (1813-1908) and his 
family in Pittsburgh, 1873-1948. [2721 

Charles A. Locke. Thomas Mellon 
II [1880-1946]— a memorial. Western Pa. 
hist, mag., 31: 18-20 (Mar-Jun). On 
Mellon as a patron of arts and learning 
in Pittsburgh. [2722 

Frederick George Lieb. The Pitts- 
burgh Pirates [ca. 1882-1947]. N. Y.: 
G. P. Putnam's Sons [1948]. xii, 299 p. 
ports. ^_ [2723 

John J. O'Connor, Jr. Judge Mellon's 
portrait — the artist and the copyist. 
Western Pa. hist, mag., 31: 13-17 (Mar- 
Jun). Portrait of Thomas Mellon painted 
in 1896 by Theobald Chartran (1849- 
1907) and copied in 1935 by Verona 
Kiralfy (1893-1946). [2724 



166 



Sister M. Edwina. The Franciscan Sis- 
ters of St. Joseph. Polish Am. stud., 
5: 8-13 (Jan-Jun). On a Polish Cath- 
olic establishment in Pittsburgh, 1897- 
1947. [2725 

Other Local History 

John H. Carter. Spread Eagle Manor: 
ancient gateway to Northumberland 
County [1676-1808]. Northumber- 

land Co. Hist Soc, Proc, 16: 21-27. 
map, views, notes. [2726 

Josephine L. R. Hopwood. Forgotten 
shrines: Penn's landing place is in weeds 
and Pennsylvania's oldest house crumbles 
'ffom lack of care. Commonwealth, 2 (no. 
4): 22-23 (Mar), views. On Penn's 
Landing Place, at Upland, and the Caleb 
Pusey house in Old Chester, 1682-1948. 

[2727 

Harold Donaldson Eberlein & Cort- 
landt Van Dyke Hubbard. Pennsbury 
Manor: William Penn's dream fulfilled 
[1683-1775, 1937-48]. Am. collector, 17 
(no. 8): 6-8, 21 (Sep), views. [2728 

Edward Morrow. Lorimer Park in 
Montgomery County: an incomplete 
history— 4th Month 14, 1683, to March 
10, 1948. Old York Road Hist. Soc. bul, 
12: 20-30. doub. map, view. [2729 

Paul G. Chancellor. Pennsylvania's 
colonial influences on American musical 
history [1694-1788]. Etude, 66: 75, 122- 
123, 147, 186, 221, 256, 266 (Fel)-Apr). 
ports. Contents. — Philadelphia. — Penn- 
sylvania "Dutch" music at Ephrata: a 
musical anomaly. — Our astonishing musi- 
cal beginnings at Bethlehem. [2730 

M. Jackson Crispin. The Crispin Cem- 
etery of Holmesburg, Pennsylvania [1694- 
1938. Pa. geneal. mag., 16: 23-30. 

[2731 

Charlotte Stryker Pervy. The Bucks 
County scrapbook of old roads and towns 
[ca. 1700-ca. 1800], illustrated by the 
author. [Doylestown? Pa.] "1948. 64 p. 
map, views. [2732 

Charles Fisher Snyder. Pilger Ruh: 
where the Tulpehocken Path crosses the 
Appalachian Trail [1722-1927]. North- 



umberland Co. Hist. Soc, Proc, 16: 
28-34. notes. [2733 

Profile of an American community: 
Northampton County [1728-1948]. Com- 
monwealth, 2 (no. 2): 2-11, 16, 24-28 
(Jan), views. [2734 

Paul A. W. Wallace. Conrad Weiser 
and the Tulpehocken Path [1729-48]. 
Northumberland Co. Hist. Soc, Proc, 
16: 3-20. notes. [2735 

Rocco Diotsalvi. The Augustus Lu- 
theran Church of Trappe, Pennsylvania 
[1730-1948]. Jr. historian, 5 (no. 2): 
39-41 (Dec), notes. [2736 

Waldo C. Wright. Five lost causes: a 
comparison of five of the socio-economic 
and religious settlements in Pennsylvania. 
Commonwealth, 2 (no. 8): 3-7 (Jul), 
views. On Ephrata, Harmony, Econo- 
my, Celesta, and the Sylvania Society, 
1730-ca. 1860. [2737 

Ephrata Cloister and village linked with 
an earlier culture [1733-1948]. Picket 
post, no. 20 (Jan), p. 68. [2738 

Benjamin A. Fryer. The historical chro- 
nology of Penn Square [1733-1948]. Hist, 
rev. Berks Co., 13: 137-142, 147 (Jul), 
views. [2739 

Alfred Qemmell. The charcoal iron 
industry in the Perkiomen Valley [1733- 
1890]. Hist. Soc. Montgomery Co., 
Bul, 6: 187-258 (Oct), map, table, 
notes. To be concl. Thesis (m. a.) — 
Univ. of PennsN'lvania. [2740 

Clarence W. Brazer. Primitive Hall 
and its furniture. Antiques, 53: 55-57 
(Jan) . views. On a house built in West 
Bradford, Pa., 1738, by Joseph Pennock. 

[2741 

Herbert Q. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 1 — Moravian Seminary and College 
[1742-1948]. D. A. R. mag., 82: 413-418 
(Jun). view. [2742 

Hazel Dreis. Lancaster, Pennsylvania, 
bookbindings: an historical study [ca. 
1743-ca. 1819]. Bibliog. Soc. Am., 
Papers, 42: 119-28 (2d quarter), notes. 

[2743 



167 



Herbert G. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 3 [i. e., 4]— Linden Hall. D. A. R. 
mag., 82: 677-681 (Sep), view. On a 
Moravian institution at Lititz, 1746-1948. 

[2744 

James F. Magee, Jr. Berks County 
paper mills, paper makers, and water- 
marks, 1747-1832. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 
13: 76-78 (Apr), facsims. [2745 

Raymond Wolf Albright. Two cen- 
turies of Reading, Pa., 1748-1948: a his- 
tory of the county seat of Berks County. 
[Official bicentennial edition.] Reading: 
Historical Society of Berks County, 1948. 
xi, 307 p. ports, views, bibliog. (p. 299- 
301). [2746 

Albert Dehner Bell, comp. The Hoopes- 
Killough family Bible records, Chester & 
Lancaster Counties, Pennsylvania, [n. p., 
1948?] 4 leaves. Records of the Hoopes 
family and the Killough family, 1748- 
1909. [2747 

Arthur Dvmdore Graefif. Industrial 
Berks County, 1748-1948. [Reading? 
Pa.] 1948. 35 p. map, views. [2748 

Nicholas B. Wainwright. An Indian 
trade failure: the story of the Hockley, 
Trent, and Croghan Company, 1748- 
1752. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 343-375 (Oct). 
map. notes. History of an enterprise on 
the upper Ohio. [2749 

Betty Jane Swavely. The William Bird 
mansion. Jr. historian, 5 (no. 1): 2-3 
(May), notes. On a mansion at Birds- 
boro, Pa., built in 1751 by WiUiam Bird 
(born 1706). [2750 

Beaver County looks to the future [1753- 
1948]. Commonivealth, 2 (no. 3): 3-15 
(Feb), views. [2751 

George Franklin Dunkelberger. The 

story of Snyder County from its earliest 
times to the present day [1755-1948]. 
Sehnsgrove, Pa.: Snyder County Histori- 
cal Society ["1948]. xviii, 982 p. maps, 
ports., views. Includes "Selected read- 
ings." [2752 

Thomas Elder. A rare medal of 1756, 
on the burning of Kittanning. Hobbies, 
53 (no. 3): 117, 121 (May). Describes a 



medal made by Edward Duffield and 
awarded to Col. John Armstrong and his 
men. [2753 

Charles W. Duke. Christ Church in 
Upper Merion has changed httle in 200 
years. Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), p. 11-13. 
view. On Old Swedes Lutheran Church, 
Upper Merion, Montgomery Co., Pa., 
1760-1948. [2754 

Rudolph Hommel. Hilltown glass 
works. Hobbies, 53 (no. 9): 122-123 
(Nov), map. On a glass manufactory 
in Hilltown Twp., Bucks Co., Pa., ca. 
1760-ca. 1784. [2755 

L, S. Spangler. Critical and biographical 
notes on Rudolph Spangler [1738-1811], 
clockmaker. Timepieces guar., 1: 23-25 
(Nov), facsim., view. On Spangler as a 
clockmaker in York, Pa., 1760-1811. 

[2756 

Grandfather clockmakers of Reading. 
Hist. rev. Berks Co., 13: 145 (Jul), view. 
Alphabetical list of clockmakers (not con- 
fined to makers of grandfather clocks) in 
Reading, ca. 1762-1829. [2757 

Elizabeth Gonciar. The gay glass- 
maker (Henry William Stiegel). Hobbies, 
53 (no. 6): 97 (Aug). On Stiegel's glass 
industry in Brickeryille and Manheim, 
Pa., 1763-74. [2758 

George L. Heiges. Henry William 
Stiegel [1729-85] and his associates: a 
story of early American industry. [Man- 
heim? Pa., 1948. 10], 227 p. facsims., 
ports., views. On a glass industry in 
Manheim, Pa., 1763-74. [2759 

Robert M. Torrence. The six sons of 
Samuel Findlay of Mercersburg, Pa., and 
an incident at the White House. Pa. 
geneal. mag., 16: 5-22. ports., view, 
notes. On John, William, James, Jona- 
than Smith, Thomas, and Nathan Cul- 
bertson Findlay, born 1766-83. [2760 

Harry Wandrus. The Deringers: a re- 
view of biographical and contract data 
availal>le. Hobbies, 53 (no. 6): 139-140 
(Aug). On a family of Pennsylvania gun- 
makers founded by Henry Deringer 
(1756-1833), who settled in Pennsylvania 
in 1769, 1770, or 1771, and the history of 
the business to ca. 1872. [2761 



168 



Eleanor J. Fulton & Bertha Cochran 
Landis, comps. Revolutionary soldiers 
buried iu Old Gault Graveyard. D. A. R. 
mag., 82: 715-716 (Sep). Includes con- 
siderable biographical information about 
soldiers buried in a cemetery two miles 
north of Old Pequea Church, Lancaster 
Co., Pa. [2762 

Eleanor J. Fulton & Bertha Cochran 
Landis, comps. Revolutionary soldiers 
buried in Old Pequea Presbyterian 
Churchyard, Lancaster County, Penn- 
sylvania. D. A. R. mag., 82: 712-715 
(Sep). Includes considerable biographical 
information. [2763 

John O. Johns. July 4, 1776 — redis- 
covered: the greatest coincidence in 
American history. Commonwealth, 2 (no. 
8): 2, 16 (Jul). On the Pine Creek Dec- 
laration of Independence, signed in 
present Lycoming Co., Pa., by the "Fair 
Play Men." [2764 

Charles William Heathcote. Physi- 
cians, surgeons, and mates with Washing- 
ton at Valley Forge [1777-78]. Picket 
post, no. 20 (Jan), p. 20-24. port, notes. 

[2765 

Edward W. Hocker. Spies, hangings, 
and other crimes during winter at Valley 
Forge. Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), p. 6-10. 
On Ensign Thomas Shanks, John Farn- 
don, Maj. John Clark, Jr., Jacob Lever- 
ing, Maj. John Levering, Christopher 
Sower III, and other spies in Pennsylvania, 
Oct. 1777-May 1780. [2766 

J. Bennett Nolan. Valley Forge or 
Reading debated as winter quarters for 
the Army [Dec. 1777]. Picket post, no. 20 
(Jan), p. 14-18. [2767 

Henry Pleasants, Jr. The Battle of 
Paoli [Sep. 20, 1777]. Pa. mag. hist., 72: 
44—53 (Jan), notes. Includes extracts 
from British documents. [2768 

W. H. B. Smith. They almost got 
Washington. A??z. Leg. mag., 44 (no. 2): 
30, 43-44 (Feb). On the breech-loading 
rifle made by Maj. Patrick Ferguson, 71st 
Regiment of Highlanders, 1777. [2769 

Paul A. W. Wallace. Henry Ernest 
Muhlenberg. Am. Phil. See, Proc, 92: 



107-110 (May), facsims. notes. On 
the Rev. Gotthilf Henry Ernest Muhlen- 
berg (1753-1815) as a botanist, 1777- 
1815. [2770 

Clement Biddle. Clement Riddle's re- 
turn in April 1778 shows use of wheat and 
rye fields during Valley Forge encamp- 
ment. Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), p. 17-19. 
facsim. "Return of the wheat fields and 
meadows to the different brigades of the 
Army," signed at Camp Valley Forge, 
Apr. 28, 1778, listing divisions and bri- 
gades, forage masters, number of wagons 
and horses, and owners and acreage of 
fields allotted. [2771 

Gilbert S. Jones. Poet's tribute to 
Waterman site pioneered move for monu- 
ment. Picket post, no. 20 (Jan), p. 39-40. 
view. Includes "John Waterman's grave, 
Valley Forge," a poem by John L. Schroy 
(1864-1920) on the death of Lt. John 
Waterman, Apr. 23, 1778. [2772 

Letters relating to colonial military hos- 
pitals in Lancaster County. [Edited by 
George L. Heiges.] Lancaster Co. Hist. 
See, Papers, 52 (no. 4): 73-96. views. 
Letters by several physicians and others, 
Jan. 19, 1778-Nov. 11, 1780. [2773 

Francis Barber. The order book of 
Lieut. Colonel Francis Barber. N. J. 
Hist. Soc, Proc, 66: 48-57, 122-125, 
197-202, 194-203 [sic] (Jan-Oct). Cent, 
and to be cont. Record kept by the 
Adjutant General of General Sullivan's 
Western Army sent to Wyoming Valley 
to punish the Six Nations. These install- 
ments: Pennsylvania, Jul. 27-Aug. 24, 
1779. ' [2774 

Peter Grove. The Indian-hunter of the 
Susquehanna . . . Biography of Samuel 
Brady, ranger captain and Indian-hunter. 
Now and then, 8: 273-281, 306-312 (Jan- 
Apr). Reprinted from John F. Megin- 
ness. History of the West Branch Valley 
(Jersey Shore, Pa., 1856), p. 488-518. 
Reminiscences of Brady's activities in 
Pennsylvania, 1779-ca. 1785. [2775 

Berks men in Revolutionary Navy. 
Hist. rev. Berks Co., 13: 144 (Jul), view. 
Service of Berks Co. men on the frigate 
South Carolina, 1781-82. [2776 



169 



Lyman H. Butterfield. Benjamin Rush 
and the beginning of John and Mary's 
College over Susquehanna. Jour. hist, 
med., 3: 427-442 (summer), notes. On 
the beginnings of Dickinson College, 
1781-1804. [2777 

Edward A. Mallon. Frederick Eugene, 
Baron de Beelen-Bertholff [1729-1805]. 
Am. Cath. Hist. Soc, Rec, 59: 148-152 
(Jun). On the Baron's residence in 
Pennsylvania, 1783-1805, originally 
(1783-90) as agent of the Belgian Govern- 
ment. [2778 

Mary Owen Steinmetz. Gottlob Jung- 
mann [17577-1833]. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 
13: 50-51 (Jan), facsims. OnJungmann 
as a newspaper editor in Reading, 1789- 
1816. [2779 

Qeraldine Skergan. Cornplanter's 
children. Commonwealth, 2 (no. 2): 12- 
13, 16 (Jan), port., views. On the Corn- 
planter Grant, 1791-1947. [2780 

Milton Bubincam, comp. A roster of 
scouts and spies of Pennsylvania (1792). 
Natl. Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 105-106 
(Dec), notes. List of men (from West- 
moreland, Allegheny, and Washington 
Counties) employed by Charles Camp- 
bell, Lieutenant of Westmoreland Co. 

[2781 

Edward W. Hocker. Water power aided 
Valley Forge industries; sheriffs and fires 
closed their operations and the Park took 
over the abandoned sites [1798-1893]. 
Picket post, no. 20 (Jan), p. 25-30. [2782 

R. W. G. Vail. A remarkable discovery. 
Hist. rev. Berks Co., 14: 22 (Oct). On 
the "earliest known sketch of Reading" 
(1798), made by le Comte de Colbert 
Maulevrier. [2783 

Alfred L. Shoemaker. Reading's first 
artist, a painter of butterflies. FHst. rev. 
Berks Co., 13: 89-90 (Apr). On Fred- 
erick Christopher Bischoff (1771-1834), 
who settled in Reading ca. 1799 as a 
painter. [2784 

Virgil Yoder. The history of the Alver- 
ton Mennonite Church [1799-1898]. Jr. 
historian, 5 (no. 1): 31-32 (May). [2785 



Rudolf P. Hommel, The Second Troop, 
Montgomery County Cavalry [1800- 
1847). Hist. Soc. Montgomery Co., 
Bui, 6: 172-176 (Apr). Includes a 
muster roll of May 21, 1821. [2786 

Told on Christmas eve: a wandering 
umbrella mender's recollection of observ- 
ances in Berks many years ago. Hist. 
rev. Berks Co., 13: 52-53 (Jan). "From 
an old, unsigned and undated manu- 
script," relating to the early 180O's. 

[2787 

Wilbur H. Oda. John George Homan. 
Hist. rev. Berks Co., 13: 66-71 (Apr), 
facsims. On a publisher of German pious 
works in eastern Pennsylvania, 1802-46. 

[2788 

Parlor town of the Susquehanna. Com- 
monwealth, 2 (no. 3): 2-12, 26-27 (Mar). 
map, views. On Bloomsburg, Pa., 1802- 
1948. [2789 

Henry J. Kauffman. Simon Pennock 
[died 1868], pewter maker. Antiques, 53: 
196-197 (Mar), views. On Pennock in 
Pennsylvania, 1805-68. [2790 

Gilbert Stuart McClintock. Valley 
views of northeastern Pennsylvania: re- 
productions of early prints and paintings 
of the Wyoming and other valleys of the 
Susquehanna, Lehigh, Delaware, and 
Lackawanna Rivers together with a de- 
scriptive list of the plates [1809-ca. 1881]. 
Wilkes-Barre, Pa.: Wyoming Historical 
and Geological Society, 1948. [8], 45 p. 
map, 106 views (part col.). [2791 

Homer T. Rosenberger. Montgomery 
County's greatest lady: Lucretia Mott. 
Hist. Soc. Montgomery Co., BuL, 6: 
91-171 (Apr), port., view. On Lucretia 
(Coffin) Mott (1793-1880), who settled 
in Pennsylvania in 1809 and became a 
leader of antislavery, women's rights, and 
temperance movements. [2792 

Philip Dillon Jordan. Lines on the 
death of Polly Williams. Hoosier folk- 
lore, 7: 51-54 (Jun). Describes and 
reprints a broadside ballad entitled Lines 
on the death of Polly Williams, who was 
murdered near the white rocks in George 
Township, Payette County, Pa., by her 



170 



■pretended lover, August, 1810, printed at 
Uniontown, Pa., probably before 1815. 

[2793 

Robert Both. Greene Academy. Jr. 
historian, 5 (no. 1): 29-30 (May). On 
a school founded in 1810 at Carmichaels, 
Pa., "considered the first institution of 
higher education west of the Allegheny 
Mountains." [2794 

Charles A. Fryling. Steamboats: the 
navigation of the Susquehanna [1812- 
1905]. Northumberland Co. Hist. 
Soc, Proc, 16: 118-134. facsim., views, 
notes. [2795 

John C. Andressohn, ed. Twenty addi- 
tional Rappite manuscripts. Ind. mag. 
hist., 44: 83-108 (Mar). Documents 
dated at and near Harmony, Pa., Jul. 
1813-Mar. 1815, including thirteen letters 
from John L. Baker to Frederick Rapp, 
in German with English translation, bear- 
ing on the reasons for removing the 
settlement to Indiana. [2796 

Mrs. John F. Kuhns & Miriam Kuhns, 

comps. Inscriptions from Old Seceders' 
Cemetery, Clairon County, Pennsylvania 
[1818-92]. Natl. Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 
83 (Sep). [2797 

William Frederick Womer, comp. Car- 
penter's Church Cemeter}', Lancaster Co., 
Pa. Natl. Geneal. Soc. guar., 36: 42-47 
(Jun). Alphabetical list of burials, 1824- 
1900, with dates of birth and death, 

[2798 

Early views of Reading. Hist. rev. 
Berks Co., 13: 99-136 (Jul). Reproduc- 
tions of paintings and photographs of 
Reading, 1825-98, with brief identifica- 
tions. [2799 

Robert Wilson Wolcott. A woman in 
steel: Rebecca Lukens (1794-1854). 
N. Y.: Newcomen Society of England, 
American Branch, 1948 ["=1940]. port. 
On Rebecca (Pennock) Lukens as a steel 
manufacturer in Pennsj^lvania, 1825-54. 

[2800 

Ernest C. Miller. John Brown's ten 
years in northwestern Pennsylvania. Pa. 
hist., 15: 24-33 (Jan). notes. On 
Brown's stay in Randolph Twp., Craw- 
ford Co., Pa., 1826-35. [2801 



J. Orin Oliphant & Merrill W. Linn. 
The Lewisburg and Mifflinburg Turnpike 
Company. Pa. hist., 15: 86-119 (Apr), 
notes. On a corporation in Union Co., 
Pa., operating a short toll road between 
Lewisburg and Mifflinburg, 1829-1903. 

[2802 

William Marion Schnure. The Penn- 
sylvania Canal along the Susquehanna 
[1829-1901]. Northumberland Co. 
Hist. Soc, Proc, 16: 89-101. views. 

[2803 

Lewis E. Theiss. Pirates along the Penn- 
sylvania Canal [1829-1901]. Northum- 
berland Co. Hist. Soc, Proc, 16: 102- 
117. views. [2804 

Charles E. Eldred. Williamsport in 
1830. Now and then, 8: 285-287, 315-318 
(Jan- Apr). Reprinted from Now and 
then, 1890. Reminiscences. [2805 

George Q. Struble. A fellow of infinite 
jest: the sad last days of a great comedian 
in Harrisburg. Commonwealth, 2 (no. 3): 
16-18 (Feb), port. On Joseph Jefferson 
(1774-1832) in Harrisburg, 1832. [2806 

Sylvester Kirby Stevens. The Reading 
system: one of the nation's most impor- 
tant "bridge" roads has been making rail- 
road history for over a century. Com- 
ynonwealth, 2 (no. 4): 13-16 (Mar), map, 
port., views. On the Reading Railroad, 
1833-1948. [2807 

H. Ogden Wintermute. Bleak House. 
Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 10): 8-9 (Oct), 
views. On a house built ca. 1835 near 
Kinzer, Pa. [2808 

Elizabeth Clarke Kieffer. Easter cus- 
toms of Lancaster County [1839-1925]. 
Lancaster Co. Hist. Soc, Papers, 52 
(no. 3): 49-68. views. [2809 

William. Frederick Womer, comp. Mil- 
lersville Mennonite Cemetery, Lancaster 
County, Pennsylvania. Natl. Geneal. 
Soc. quar., 36: 7-11 (Mar). Concl. from 
Sep. 1947. Landis-Wolf, ca. 1840-1899. 

[2810 

Thomas P. Nowicki, Jr. The Lees 
family of Bridgeport, Pennsylvania. Jr. 
historian, 5 (no. 1): 9-10 (May). On the 



171 



descendants of James Lees ii (born 1804), 
who came from England to Pennsylvania 
in 1842 and established the firm of James 
Lees and Company, manufacturer of 
carpet yarn. [2811 

Edgar Allen Poe in Reading: a footnote 
[Mar. 1844]. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 13: 54 
(Jan), facsim. [2812 

Henry Armitt Brown [1844-78], orator. 
Pennsylvanian, 5: 33-34 (Apr). On 
Brown's historical orations in Pennsyl- 
vania, 1874-78. [2813 

Bertha Sue Gramm. The ironmasters 
of Marietta [on the Susquehanna] and 
vicinity during the period 1848-1878. 
Lancaster Co. Hist. See, Papers, 52 
(no. 6): 137-167. map, views, notes. 

[2814 

Horace Richards Barnes. The history 
of the gas and electric industries in Lan- 
caster County [1849-1947]. Lancaster 
Co. Hist. Soc, Papers, 52 (no. 5): 101- 
131. map, table, views. [2815 

Mrs. Clarence K. Ellink, comp. Penn- 
sylvania gravestone inscriptions: St, 
Peter's Lutheran Congregation, Barren 
Hill, Montgomery County. Pa. geneal. 
mag., 16: 108-120. Concl. Burials ca. 
1851-ca. 1930. [2816 

•'New Norway" — a contemporary ac- 
count. [Edited by] Norman B. Wilkin- 
Bon. Pa. hist., 15: 120-132 (Apr), notes. 
Pamphlet entitled New colony in Pennsyl- 
vania — Ole Bull. Oleona, Potter County, 
Sept., 1852, with editorial remarks on the 
Norwegian settlement in Potter Co., 
1852-57, founded by Ole Bull. [2817 

Donald H. Kent. The Erie war of the 
gauges. Pa. hist., 15: 253-275 (Oct), 
notes. On "the Erie War of 1853-1856," 
involving conflict between the city of 
Erie and certain railway interests. [2818 

Sanders P. McComsey. A history of the 
Octoraro Farmers Club, 1856-1946, pre- 
pared as a tribute to those men and 
women of yesterday, the charter mem- 
bers, in appreciation of their contribution 
to American rural life. [Christiana, Pa., 
1948.] 227 p. facsims., fold, map, ports., 
views. [2819 



George Franklin Diinkelberger. The 

beginnings of Susquehanna University 
[1858-1947]. Northumberland Co. 
Hist. Soc, Proc, 16: 135-163. view. 

[2820 

Anne C. Friedmann. Reading, pretzel 
capital of the world. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 
13: 72-75 (Apr), port., views. On the 
pretzel industry in Reading, ca. 1860- 
1948. [2821 

Earle L. Poole. Joseph Lehn [1798- 
1892], driven to design. Am.-German rev., 
15 (no. 1): 12-14 (Oct), views. On 
Lehn as a manufacturer of decorated 
woodware in Lancaster Co., Pa., ca. 
1860-1886. [2822 

Paul Henry Giddens. Colonel Drake 
was her neighbor. Ethyl news, Jan., 
p. 19-22. ports., views. Interview with 
Annette (Farwell) Grumbine (born 1854), 
Titusville, Pa., concerning the oil industry 
in the Titusville area, 1861-92. [2823 

Freeman H. Hubbard. Delano: por- 
trait of a railroad town. Railroad mag., 
45 (no. 2): 12-33 (Mar), map, views. 
On Delano, Pa., founded 1861. [2824 

David Beiler. Memoirs of an Amish 
bishop. Translated and edited by John 
Umble. Mennonite quar. rev., 22: 94-115 
(Apr). notes. Completed by Beiler 
(1786-1871) in 1862. Reminiscences of 
life and church in Lancaster Co., Pa., 
with a report of a meeting of Old Order 
Amish ministers held in Lancaster, 1864. 
Translated and paraphrased from Eine 
Vermahnung oder Andenken von David 
Beiler, published 1928. [2825 

Nicholas Antonios Meligakes. Gettys- 
burg, the national shrine: "people's picto- 
rial edition," with over 500 photographs. 
Gettysburg, Pa., "=1948. 64 p. map, 
ports., views. Scenes showing the 
National Cemetery and the National 
Military Park, with descriptive text re- 
lating to the Battle of Gettysburg, 1863. 

[2826 

EarlSchenck Miers & Richard Arnold 
Brown, eds. Gettysburg. New Bruns- 
wick: Rutgers Univ. Press, 1948. xviii, 
308 p. maps, views, bibliog. (p. 296- 



172 



298). Presents "the story of Gettysburg 
through ninety-two excerpts from the 
testimony of forty-two witnesses." 

[2827 

David Rankin Barbee. James F. 

Shunk — redivivus. Tyler's quar. hist, and 
geneal. mag., 29: 183-193 (Jan), notes. 
On James Findlay Shunk as an editor in 
Pennsylvania, 1864-74. [2828 

Marjorie Heilman & Grant Heilman. 
Pennsylvania's forgotten boomtown. 
Comvionwealth, 2 (no. 9): 6-9 (Aug), 
views. On Pithole City and its oil wells, 
1864-76. [2829 

Louis J. Mackey. John Wilkes Booth 
in the Pennsylvania oil region. [Edited 
by Ernest C. Miller.] Western Pa. hist, 
mag., 31: 26-47 (Mar-Jun). notes. 
Notes (1894) of interviews with 35 persons 
who had known Booth during his resi- 
dence as an oil producer at Franklin, Pa., 
Jan.-Sep. 1864. [2830 

Belle of the river. U. S. Steel news, 13 
(no. 3): 9-13 (Jul), views. On the 
Isabella Furnace, Etna, Pa., 1871-1948. 

[2831 

Richard Tilghman Nalle. Midvale and 
its pioneers. N. Y.: Newcomen Society 
of England, American Branch, 1948. 
28 p. On the Midvale Co. (formerly 
Midvale Steel and Ordnance Co.), Nice- 
town, Pa., 1872-1945. [2832 

Henry Pleasants, Jr. Murder among 
friends. Commonwealth, 2 {no. 1): 18-21 
(Jun). On the conviction and execution 
of William E. Udderzook, of Chester Co., 
Pa., for the murder of Winfield Scott 
Goss, 1872-74. [2833 

Mary Fetters Dewees. Old Spring Mill 
intimate part of Valley Forge historic 
area. Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), p. 31-36. 
Reminiscences concerning a grist mill on 
Chester Valley Creek, 1873-97. [2834 

Lillian W. Sehl. Fleetwood's diamond 
anniversary. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 14: 
3-7 (Oct), port., views. History of 
Fleetwood, Pa., 1873-1948. [2835 

W. Ross Atkinson. Watchmaking at 
Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Timepieces 



guar., 1: 14-22 (Nov), views. On the 
development of the Hamilton Watch Co., 
1874-1948. [2836 

C. Warren Gutelius. Centennial sum- 
mer (1874) in Northumberland: scientists 
visit the town to celebrate Priestley's dis- 
covery of oxygen. Northumbekland 
Co. Hist. See, Proc, 16: 164-185. 

[2837 

Joseph Warren Yoder. Rosanna's boys. 
Huntingdon, Pa.: Yoder Pub. Co., 1948. 
xi, 345 p. music, ports., views. Remi- 
niscences of an Amish family and com- 
munity in Pennsylvania, ca. 1875-ca. 
1900. [2838 

John Horace McFarland [1859-1948]: a 
tribute. Planning and civic commejit, 14 
(no. 4): 1-4 (Oct), port. On Dr. 
McFarland, of Harrisburg, Pa., as a 
leader in local and national civic affairs, 
a member of the American Planning and 
Civic Association, and a printer, 1878- 
1948. [2839 

Webster Wasme Kapp. History of the 
Kapp family. [Edited by Numer Martin 
Kapp. Harrisville, Pa., 1948.] 32 p. 
coat of arms, views. Includes an account 
of John Kapp and of farm life near Fry- 
burgh, Pa., ca. 1880. [2840 

The naming of Obelisk [1881]. Hist. 
See. Montgomery Co., Bid., 6: 177-178 
(Apr). [2841 

Thornton Oakley. From Pittsburgh 
toward the unknown. Western Pa. hist, 
mag., 31: 99-112 (Sep-Dec). views. 
Reminiscences of the author's boyhood in 
Pittsburgh and of his career as a painter, 
mainly in Pennsylvania, 1881-1948. 

[2842 

Mrs. J. Wesley Little. Personal recol- 
lections of county teachers' institutes. 
Now and then, 8: 270-272 (Jan). On 
teaching in the Muncy Valley, Pa., ca. 
1890-ca. 1900. [2843 

S. Helen Ahrens. Young Women's 
Christian Association of Reading, Penn- 
sylvania, 1897-1947. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 
13: 45-49 (Jan), ports., view. [2844 



173 



Fred Suydam. Take me out to the ball 
game: a history of Honesdale baseball, 
teams, players, & opponents, 1897-1947. 
Honesdale, Pa.: Wayne County Histori- 
cal Society [1948]. 1 V. (unpaged), ports., 
views. [2845 

Mary Agnes Miller. Valley Forge 
Camp preservation aided by Daughters 
of Revolution. Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), 
p. 20-21. On "the NSDR'S half -century 
of interest in Valley Forge," 1899-1948. 

[2846 

Forgotten trolleys of Cambria County 
[1905-48]. Railroad mag., 45 (no. 4): 
94-98 (May), map, views, [2847 

Paul E. Qlase. The motion picture 
theatre in Reading: silent drama days- — • 
1905-1926. Hist. rev. Berks Co., 13: 35- 
44 (Jan), ports., views. [2848 

Southern Cambria Railway. Railroad 
mag., 45 (no. 3): 94—98 (Apr), map, 
views. On an electric railway in Cambria 
Co., Pa., 1907-28. [2849 

Paul E. Glase. The motion picture 
theatre in Reading: the start of talking 
pictures — 1927-1948. Hist. rev. Berks 
Co., 13: 79-88 (Apr), ports. [2850 

Lois Mailou Jones. Horace Pippin 
[1888-1946]. Midw. jour., I: 16-19 (win- 
ter), view. On a Negro painter in West 
Chester, Pa., ca. 1930-1946. [2851 

DELAWARE 

Statewide History 

Richard S, Rodney. Delaware under 
Governor Keith 1717-1726. Del. hist., 3: 
1-25 (Mar), port, notes. [2852 

Leon De Valinger, Jr., comp. Recon- 
structed 1790 census of Delaware. Natl. 
Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 95-96 and supple- 
ment, p. 5-8 (Sep-Dec). notes. Data 
for Appoquinimink Hundred (complete) 
and Brandywine Hundred (Afforn-Jor- 
dan). [2853 

Augustus H. Able III. Fiction as a 
mirror of Delaware life. Del. hist., 3: 
37-53 (Mar). Historical review of fiction 
relating to Delaware, 1809-1943. [2854 



Cy pres comes to Delaware. Md. law 
rev., 9: 359-362 (fall), notes. On Dela- 
ware applications of "the mechanism 
utilized by the equity courts to save a 
charitable trust, when the particular 
charitable purpose of the settlor cannot 
be carried out, by applying the gift as 
near as possible to the donor's general 
charitable intention," 1875-1948. [2855 

LocAi. History 

Howard T. Dimick. Ancestry and some 
descendants of William Gregg ii. N. M. 
hist, rev., 23: 32-39 (Jan), notes. Gregg 
came to Delaware ca. 1680-1682. [2856 

George Valentine Massey, Clayton- 
Hambly ancestry of Thomas Hambly 
Beck, Esq. [Wilton, Conn.] 1948. 105 p. 
facsims., ports, notes. On James Clay- 
ton (1632-84), Richard Hambly (died 
1695), and their descendants in Dela- 
ware, 1682-ca. 1885. [2857 

Joseph E. Fields. Four Gunning Bed- 
fords. Autograph collectors' jour., 1 (no. 
1): 14-15 (Oct), facsims. notes. On 
Gunning Bedford, Jr., signer of the Dec- 
laration of Independence (1747-1812); 
Gunning Bedford, Sr., his cousin (1742- 
1802); Gunning Bedford, father of the 
Signer (1720-1802); and Gunning James 
Bedford, son of the Signer — all of Dela- 
ware. [2858 

Delaware. Public Archives Commission. 
A calendar of Ridgely family letters, 
1742-1899, in the Delaware State 
Archives. Edited and compiled by Leon 
De Valinger, Jr., State Archivist, and 
Virginia E. Shaw, classifier. . . . Volume 
I. Dover, Del.: Pub. priv. by some de- 
scendants of the Ridgely family for the 
Public Archives Commission, 1948. 349, 
36 p. facsims., ports., views, notes. 
Correspondence of Nicholas Ridgely 
(1694-1755), Delaware lawyer and jurist 
and of his descendants to 1808, with 
"Historical introduction" (p. 12-65). 

[2859 

Wilmington, Del. Friends School. 

Friends School in Wilmington: an account 
of the growth of the school from its be- 



174 



ginnings to the present time, with men- 
tion of some of the men and women who 
have been a part of it [1748-1948]. 
Wilmington, 1948. vii, 129 p. facsims., 
ports., views, notes. [2860 

Rodney letters. Edited by Leon De 
Valinger, Jr. Del. hist., 3: 105-115 
(Sep). Cont. from Jul. 1946. notes. 
Letters to and from members of the Rod- 
ney family of Delaware, Dec. 26, 1765- 
Apr. 4, 1781. [2861 



Rudolf Hommel. Du Font's best eagle 
gun powder. Hobbies, 53 (no. 7): 143- 
144 (Sep). On a powder mill built near 
Wilmington, Del., by Eleuthere Irenee 
du Pont de Nemours, 1802, and a refer- 
ence to the powder in Alexander Wilson's 
The foresters, 1804. [2862 

Henry Eckel [1816-88], fighting editor. 
Pennsylvanian, 5: 40 (May). On Eckel 
as a journalist in Delaware, 1844-72. 

[2863 



THE SOUTH 



James W. MofRtt. A shelf of Cherokee 
history. Ga. rev., 2: 109-113 (spring), 
notes. Remarks on several publications 
relating to the Cherokees. [2864 

A. J. Waring. Brief of symposium on 
the "Southern cult." Am. antiq., 14: 
151-155 (Oct), notes. Discussions held 
at Ann Arbor May 17, 1947, on "a 
ceremonial complex, which might be 
termed 'Cult' as a convenience, occurring 
widely over the Southeastern United 
States." [2865 

Albert F. Qanier. The "baton" or 
"mace" design among aboriginal artifacts. 
Tenn. archaeol., 4: 1-13 (Mar), map, 
views. On a kind of ceremonial artifact 
found in the area from Oklahoma to 
Georgia, believed to have originated soon 
after the Coronado expedition, 1540. 

[2866 

The great Southwest: a region rich in 
resources now expanding industriall}'. 
Index, 28: 25-37 (summer). On Texas, 
Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas, 
1541-1948. [2867 

Mitford McLeod Mathews. Some 
sources of Southernisms. University, 
Ala.: Univ. of Alabama Press, 1948. 
[10], 154 p. maps, notes (p. 130-146). 
(Alabama College, Monteyallo. Dancy 
lectures, 1947.) On "those words and 
meanings of words that came first into 
use in the South," ca. 1634-ca. 1919. 
Contents. — The Nahuatl contribution 
to Southern speech. — Some Muskhogean 



words in the Southern vocabulary. — 
Africanisms in the plantation vocabulary. 

[2868 

Kenneth Wiggins Porter. Negroes on 
the Southern frontier, 1670-1763. Jour. 
Negro hist., 33: 53-78 (Jan), notes. 

[2869 

Lucienne Escoube. Les plantations et 
les fitats du Sud dans la litt^rature 
am^ricaine. Mercure de France, 303: 
65-72 (May). Chiefly on Robert Bever- 
ley, William Byrd, John Pendleton Ken- 
nedy, and William Gilmore Simms, ca. 
1700-ca. 1860. [2870 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. Henry Nowlin, 
Kerr County pioneer. Frontier times, 25: 
121-124 (Feb). On the descendants of 
James Nowlin, who came to Virginia ca. 
1700, including James Crispin Nowlin, 
physician, of Tennessee and Texas (1817- 
98), and Henry Moore Nowlin, of Texas 
(1860-1947). [2871 

William L. Brown & Edgar Anderson. 
The Southern dent corns [1705 ff.]. Mo. 
Botanical Garden, Ayin., 35: 255-267 
(Sep), diagrs., views. [2872 

Edith H. Long. Colonial to Texan, 
1740-1948. Frontier times, 25: 152-158 
(Mar). On the descendants of William 
Tom, who settled in Virginia in the late 
1740s, particularly William Tom in 
(1792-1870), who settled in T^xas in 
1835, and his descendants. [2873 



938918—52- 



-14 



175 



Roy Bird Cook. The family and early 
life of Stonewall Jackson. . . . Third 
edition, revised. Charleston, W. Va.: 
Charleston Print. Co., 1948. ix, 198 p. 
facsims., ports., views, bibliog. (p. 183- 
98), notes (p. 177-193). First published 
1924. On the descendants of John Jack- 
son (1719-1804), who came to America 
in 1748, and on the life of Thomas Jona- 
than Jackson (1824-63). [2874 

Wilton Marion Krogman. The racial 
type of the Seminole Indians of Florida 
and Oklahoma [1750-1930]. Fla. anthrop., 
1: 61-73 (Nov), tables, views, notes. 

[2875 

Joshua Fry. Joshua Fry's report on 
the back settlements of Virginia (May 8, 
1751. Edited by Delf Norona. Va. 
mag. hist., 56: 22-41 (Jan). maps, 
notes. [2876 

George M. Beed. Irises of the southern 
United States [1753-1948]. Plants & 
gardens, 4: 47-51 (spring), views. 

[2877 

Edward Everett Dale. Two Mississippi 
Valley frontiers [1769-1888]. Chron. 
Okla., 26: 366-384 (winter). map. 
notes. Chiefly on the Five Civilized 
Tribes in Indian Territory. [2878 

Everett Newfon Dick. The Dixie 

frontier: a social history of the Southern 
frontier from the first transmontane be- 
ginnings to the Civil War [1769-1861]. 
N. Y.: A. A. Knopf, 1948. xix, 374, xxv 
p. views, bibliog. (p. 341-374), notes. 

[2879 

Dorothy Brown Thompson. John 
Taylor [1752-1835] of the ten churches. 
Ky. Hist. Soc, Reg., 46: 541-572 (Jul), 
facsim., view. On a Baptist minister who 
served two Virginia and eight Kentucky 
churches, ca. 1769-1823, and his History 
of ten Baptist churches (Frankfort, 1823). 

[2880 

Frank W. Prescott. The executive veto 
in Southern States [1776-1947]. Jour, 
pol., 10: 659-675 (Nov), notes. [2881 

Tracy M. Kegley. James White Ste- 
phenson [1756-1832]: teacher of Andrew 
Jackson. Tenn. hist, guar., 22: 38-51 



(Mar). notes. On Stephenson as a 
teacher and a Presbyterian minister in 
South Carohna and Tennessee, 1780- 
1832, with an account of the schooling of 
Jackson. [2882 

Charles H. Mofifat. Charles Tait [1768- 
1835]: planter, politician, and scientist 
of the Old South. Jour. South, hist., 14: 
206-233 (May). notes. On Tait in 
Georgia, 1785-1819, and in Alabama, 
1819-35. [2883 

The Yazoo fraud and Patrick Henry. 
Month at Goodspeed's, 19: 244-247 (May). 
Describes a petition from the Virginia 
Yazoo Company to the Legislature of 
Georgia, ca. 1789. * [2884 

Nash K. Burger. Adam Cloud [1759- 
1834], Mississippi's first Episcopal clergy- 
man. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 
164-73 (Jun). notes. Reprinted from 
Jour. Miss, hist., Apr. 1947. On Cloud 
in Mississippi and Georgia, 1790-1834. 

[2885 

Harry Toulmin. The western country 
in 1793: reports on Kentucky and Vir- 
ginia Edited by Marion [Rose 

(Goble)] Tinling and Godfrey Davies. 
San Marino, Calif., 1948. xx, [4], 141 p. 
Reports from an immigrant agent and 
Unitarian minister, 1793-94. Con- 
tents. — Journal of a voyage to North 
America.- — Reverend H. Toulmin's jour- 
nal, Virginia.- — Richmond in Virginia.- — 
The counties of Frederick and Berkeley 
in Virginia. — Hagerstown, in Maryland. — 
A letter to James Leigh, November 20, 
1793 [on Virginia and Maryland lands]. — 
The county of Mason [Kentucky], and 
Washington, the county town. — An 
account of Colonel Bullet's estate.- — 
Some account of Kentucky. — The county 
of Fayette, and Lexington, the county 
seat. — A letter to James Leigh, May 19, 
1794. [2886 

Adrienne Koch & Harry Ammon. 
The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions: 
an episode in Jefferson's and Madison's 
defense of civil liberties [1798]. Wm. and 
Mary guar., 5: 145-176 (Apr), notes. 

[2887 



176 



William M. Boyd. Southerners in the 
anti-slavery movement, 1800-1830. Phy- 
lon, 9: 153-163 (2d quarter), notes. 

[2888 

Van Wyck Brooks. The South: 1800- 
1870. Van Wyck Brooks, A Chihnark 
miscellany (N. Y.: E. P. Button, 1948), 
p. 128-184. On society in the South as a 
background of literature. [2889 

James W. Moffitt. Some results of early 
Baptist Indian missions, 1801-1861. Rev. 
and expositor, 45: 209-216 (Apr), notes. 

[2890 

Isaac Joslin Cox. The Freeman Red 
River expedition. Am. Phil. Soc, Proc, 
92: 115-119 (May), notes. Expedition 
led by Thomas Freeman, 1806. [2891 

Charles Francis Adams. Lee's cen- 
tennial. Chicago: American House, 
1948. 75, [1] p. Address delivered at 
Lexington, Va., by invitation of Washing- 
ton and Lee University, Jan. 19, 1907. 
On Robert Edward Lee "(1807-70). [2892 

Edgar W. Ejiight. An early educational 
fad in the South. High school jour., 31: 
54-60 (Mar-Apr), notes. On the moni- 
torial system (founded by Joseph Lan- 
caster of London), 1814-19. [2893 

Edward Burl Austin. Cyrus Byington 
[1793-1868]. Ark. hist, quar., 7: 81-86 
(spring). On Byington as a missionary 
to the Choctaws on the Yalobusha River, 
Miss., 1820-ca. 1833, and at Eagletown, 
McCurtain Co., Okla., ca. 1833-1865, 
with some account of his philological 
studies. [2894 

Samuel Wood Geiser. Naturalists of 
the frontier. Dallas: Univ. Press, 
Southern Methodist Univ., 1948. 296 p. 
maps, port. Previously published 1937. 
On Jacob Boll, Jean Louis Berlandier, 
Thomas Drummond, John James Audu- 
bon, Louis Cachand Ervendberg, Ferdi- 
nand Jakob Lindheimer, Ferdinand Roe- 
mer, Charles Wright, Gideon Lincecum, 
Julian Reverchon, and Gustaf Wilhelm 
Belfrage, "sojourners for various periods 
in the Southwest — especially Texas — 
during the period 1820-1880," with some 
account of other naturalists in the South, 
"Principal sources of the foregoing chap- 



ters" (p. 264-269), and "A partial list of 
naturalists and collectors in Texas, 1820- 
1880" (p. 270-284). [2895 

C. W. Gilmore. The Cherokee Phoenix 
. . . First Lidian newspaper fought losing 
battle for civil rights. Nieman reports, 2 
(no. 3): 13-14 (Jul). On an Indian news- 
paper in the South, 1825-35. [2896 

Hugh Morris Gloster. The Negro 
writer and the Southern scene [1829- 
1947]. South, packet, 4 (no. 1): 1-3 (Jan). 

[2897 

Richard B. Morris. Labor militancy 
in the Old South [1829-61]. Labor and 
nation, 4 (no. 3): 32-36 (May-Jun). 
notes. [2898 

S. Price Gilbert. The Lamars of Geor- 
gia: L. Q. C, Mirabeau B., and Joseph 
R. Lamar. Am. Bar Assoc, jour., 34: 
1100-1102, 1156-1158 (Dec), ports. On 
Joseph Rucher Lamar and Lucius Quintus 
Cincinnatus Lamar (cousins) and jMira- 
beau B. Lamar (uncle) as lawyers and 
jurists in Georgia, Texas, and the District 
of Columbia, ca. 1830-ca. 1900. [2899 

Raymond W. Thorp. Bowie knife 
[1830-66. Albuquerque] Univ. of New 
Mexico Press, 1948. xv, 167 p. ports., 
views, bibliog. (p. 155-160), notes. "The 
true history of the origin, development, 
and murderous use of the Bowie-Knife," 
alleged to have been invented by James 
Black (1800-1872) and first used by 
James Bowie (1805-36). [2900 

John E. Tilf ord, Jr. Literary traditions 
in Southwest humor, 1830-1860. Emory 
Univ. quar., 4: 239-243 (Dec). [2901 

Charles S. Mangum, Jr. Particular 
forms of agricultural tenancies in the 
Southeastern States [1831-1947]. A^. C. 
law rev. ,26: 274-287 (Apr), notes. 

[2902 

J. Carlyle Sitterson. Hired labor on 
sugar plantations of the ante-bellum 
South [1831-61]. Jour. South, hist., 14: 
192-205 (May), notes. [2903 

A. M. Hartiing. Red River: natural 
boundary line between Texas and Okla- 
homa [1832-ca. 1900]. Cattleman, 34 (no. 
12): 22, 59-60 (May), views. [2904 



177 



William L. Hiemstra. Presbyterian 
missionaries and mission churches among 
the Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians, 
1832-1865. Chron. Okla., 26: 459-467 
(winter), notes. [2905 

James Atkins Shackford. Autobiog- 
raphy of David Crockett, annotated 
[1834]. Vanderbilt Univ., Bui., 48 (no. 
11): 12-13. Abstract of thesis. [2906 

Emily Bridgers. The South in fiction. 
Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina 
Press, 1948. 55 p. (Univ. of North 
Carolina. Library extension publication, 
v. 13, no. 6.) Outline for the study of 
Southern writers of fiction, ca. 1835-1947. 

[2907 

Dan Hillsman. Picayune reporter. Jr. 
historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 23-24 (Jan). 
On George Wilkins Kendall (1809-67), 
roving reporter for and co-owner of the 
New Orleans picayune, 1835-67, and his 
news-collecting tours between Mobile and 
Santa Fe. [2908 

James C. Bonner. Advancing trends 
in Southern agriculture. Agric. hist., 22: 
248-259 (Oct.). notes. "A description 
and interpretation in broad outline of 
some of the more progressive develop- 
ments in Southern agriculture between 
1840 and 1860," mainly in the Cotton 
Belt. [2909 

Warren S. Tryon. The publications of 
Ticknor and Fields in the South, 1840- 
1865. Jour. South, hist., 14: 305-330 
(Aug), tables, notes. [2910 

Willia Dosite Postell. Some stages in 
the development of tuberculosis therapy 
in the lower Mississippi Valley [1844- 
1935]. Jour. hist, med., 3: 400-416 (sum- 
mer), diagr., facsim., view. [2911 

Stuart Covington. NC&StL: Dixie 
success story. Trains, 8 (no. 3) : 44-48 
(Jan), map, views. On the Nashville, 
Chattanooga, & St. Louis Railway, from 
Atlanta to Memphis and Paducah, 1845- 
1948. [2912 

Hermann Silva. A review of fresh- 
water phycological research in south- 
eastern United States [1849-1948]. 



Caslanea, 13: 133-141 (Dec). Includes 
"Basic Southeastern bibliography," 1851- 
1948. [2913 

William Hays Simpson. Southern tex- 
tile communities [1849-1948]. . . . Pub- 
lished through the cooperation of the 
American Cotton Manufacturers Associ- 
ation. [Durham? N. C, 1948. [2], 139 
p. bibliog. (p. 135-139), notes. [2914 

Robert Gregg. Origin and development 
of the Tennessee Coal, Iron, and Railroad 
Company [1852-1948]. N. Y.: New- 
comen Society of England, American 
Branch, 1948. 40 p. [2915 

David Rankin Barbee. Who wrote 
Dixie???? Origin of America's most 
stirring song challenged by historian. 
Musical digest, 30 (no. 5): 6-9 (Apr- 
May), facsims., ports., view. See Al- 
fred Human's editorial, "Cloud over 
Dixie," p. 4, for reference to the sources 
of this article, 1858-61. [2916 

Basil Joseph Mathews. Booker 
T[aliaferro] Washington: educator and 
interracial interpreter [1859?-1915]. Cam- 
bridge: Harvard Univ. Press, 1948. xvii, 
350 p. ports., views. [2917 

Donald Grady Davidson. The Tennes- 
see. Volume II : The new river, Civil 
War to TVA [1861-1948]. N. Y.: Rine- 
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views. bibliog. (p. 364-370). (The 
Rivers of America.) Vol. 1 published 
1946. [2918 

August Dietz. The Confederate States 
Post-Office Department, its stamps & 
stationery: a record of achievement 
[1861-65]. Richmond: Dietz Press 
[1948]. 48 p. facsim., ports., views (part 
col.). [2919 

Richard Barksdale Harwell. Jeflferson 
Davis in song. Lincoln herald, 50 (no. 3) : 
23-27 (Oct). facsims. Includes "A 
checklist of Jefferson Davis songs," 1861- 
67. [2920 

Lawrence F. London. The literature of 
the Church in the Confederate States 
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345-355 (Dec), notes. [2921 



178 



Edgar Legare Pennington. The Con- 
federate Episcopal Church and the 
Southern soldiers [1861-65]. P. E. 
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notes. [2922 

Edgar Legare Pennington. The organi- 
zation of the Protestant Episcopal Church 
in the Confederate States of America 
[1861-65]. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 
308-338 (Dec), notes. Appended: Bio- 
graphical sketches of the Southern 
bishops. [2923 

Fletcher Pratt. The man who got 
there first. Mil. engineer, 40: 149-153, 
207-211 (Apr-May), ports., views. On 
the career of Maj. Gen. James Harrison 
Wilson as an engineer and cavalry com- 
mander in the U. S. Army during the 
Civil War, 1861-65, serving in the South. 

[2924 

Fletcher Pratt. The military genius of 
Robert E. Lee [1861-65]. Pac. spectator, 
2: 79-82. [2925 

John Bennett Walters. General Wil- 
liam T. Sherman and total war. Jour. 
South, hist., 14: 447-480 (Nov), notes. 
Abstract of thesis — Vanderbilt Univ. 
On Sherman's "use of military force 
against the civilian population of the 
enemy," 1861-65. [2926 

Robert L. Kincaid. The evacuation of 
Cumberland Gap. Lincoln herald, 50 (no. 
2): 40-42 (Jun). view. Evacuation of 
Cumberland Gap by Gen. George W. 
Morgan, Sep. 16-17, 1862. [2927 

Oliver Wood McClinton. The career of 
the Confederate States ram "Arkansas" 
[Jul. 1862]. Ark. hist, quar., 7: 329-333 
(winter), notes. [2928 

Thomas Jefferson Newberry. The 
Civil War letters of Thomas Jefferson 
Newberry. Edited by Enoch L. Mitchell. 
Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 44-80 (Jan). Letters 
from a private in the 29th Miss. Regt. to 
members of his family, dated in Missis- 
sippi, Tennessee, and Georgia, Apr. 17, 
1862-Aug. 16, 1864, and a letter of Aug. 
20, 1864, announcing his death. [2929 

Q. MacLaren Bry4on. The "Confeder- 
ate Prayer Book." P. E. Church, Hist. 



mag., 17: 339 344 (Dec). notes. Oii 
The book of common prayer and adminis- 
tration of the sacraments, and other rites 
and ceretnonies of the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in the Confederate States of 
America, together with the Psalter of 
Psalms of David (Richmond, 1863). 

[2930 

E. J. Harvie. Two letters concerning 
General Joseph E. Johnston. Edited by 
Percy G. Hamlin. Va. mag. hist., 56: 
299-303 (Jul), notes. Letters from a 
colonel in the C. S. Army, dated Brandon, 
Miss., Dec. 23, 1863, and near Florence, 
Ala., Nov. 12, 1864, on the military situa- 
tion. [2931 

Letters from a Tyler collection. Tyler's 
quar. hist, and geneal. mag., 30: 93-114 
(Oct). To be cont. To Mrs. Julia Gardi- 
ner Tyler, Staten Island, from relatives 
and others, Nov. 16, 1863-Aug. 15, 1864. 

[2932 

William A. Speer. The sub with six 
lives. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 2): 12-13 (Feb). 
On the submarine Hundley, 1863-64. 

[2933 

American Cotton Planters' Associa- 
tion. Some papers of the American 
Cotton Planters' Association, 1865-1866. 
Edited by Mary Wilkin. Tenn. hist, 
quar., 7: 335-361 (Dec), notes. To be 
cont. [2934 

Thomas Dionysius Clark. The coun- 
try newspaper: a factor in Southern 
opinion, 1865-1930. Jour. South, hist., 
14: 3-33 (Feb), notes. [2935 

Thomas Dionysius Clark. The rural 
press and the new South [1865-1918]. 
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State Univ. 
Press [1948]. xi. 111 p. (The Walter 
Lynwood Fleming lectures in Southern 
history, Louisiana State Univ.) [2936 

Thomas Dionysius Clark. The South- 
ern country editor. Indianapolis: Bobbs- 
Merrill Co. [1948]. 365 p. facsims. 
bibliog. (p. 339-346). On rural news- 
papers in the South, 1865-1910, with 
occasional reference to more recent times. 

[2937 



179 



George M. King. E. L. Godkiii's views 
on the South (a critical appraisal). Van- 
DERBiLT Univ., BvL, 48 (no. 11): 45. 
Abstract of thesis (m. a.). Exposition of 
articles by Edwin Lawrence Godkin in 
the Nation, 1865-70, about the South. 

[2938 

Frank Wysor Klingberg. Operation 
Reconstruction: a report on Southern 
Unionist planters [1865-78]. N. C. hist, 
rev., 25: 466-484 (Oct), notes. Chiefly 
from records of the Southern Claims 
Commission. [2939 

Charles H. Thompson, ed. Negro 
higher and professional education in the 
United States. Wash.: Howard Univ. 
Press for the Bureau of Educational Re- 
search, Howard Univ., 1948. [4], 221- 
436 p. notes. (Jour. Negro educ, v. 17, 
no. 3, summer 1948.) Articles by var- 
ious contributors on Negro education in 
general, 1865-1948, and in Alabama, 
Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, 
Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mis- 
sissippi, Missouri, North CaroUna, Okla- 
homa, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, 
Virginia, and West Virginia. [2940 

Phillip G. Auchampaugh. Charles 
O'Connor's views of the prosecution of 
Jefferson Davis, 1867. Tyler's guar, 
hist, and geneal. mag., 29: 181-183 (Jan), 
notes. Includes a letter of O'Connor 
dated New York, Oct. 19, 1867. 

[2941 

Jack Russell. Missouri-Kansas-Texas. 
Railroad mag., 46 (no. 2): 8-39 (Jul), 
facsims., map, ports., views. On the 
"Katy" Railroad, 1867-1948. [2942 

Boyd Guest. Sidney Lanier's ideal. Ga- 
hist, guar., 32: 175-178 (Sep), notes. 
On the ideal woman as described in the 
writings of Lanier, 1869-84. [2943 

Frederick B. Parker. The status of the 
foreign stock in the Southeast: a region- 
nation comparison [1870-1940]. Social 
/orces, 27: 136-143 (Dec), notes. [2944 

Alfred Mann Pierce. Giant against 
the sky: the life of Bishop Warren Akin 
Candler [1857-1941]. N. Y.: Abingdon - 
Cokesbury Press [1948]. 270 p. ports. 



bibliog. (p. 263-264), notes. On Can- 
dler as a Methodist minister in Georgia 
and Tennessee, 187.5-1941. [2945 

James Harvey Young. A a\ oman abo- 
litionist views the South in 1875. Ga. 
hist, guar., 32: 241-251 (Dec), notes. 
On a tour by Anna Elizabeth Dickinson 
through Virginia, the Carolinas, Georgia, 
and Tennessee, Apr. 1-May 2, 1875, 
with quotations from her letters. [2946 

Dorothy O. Worrell. Jesse James' true 
story is hobby. Frontier times, 26: 37- 
40 (Nov). Evidence that Jesse James 
was not killed at St. Joseph, Mo., 1882, 
and that he lived thereafter in Texas as 
a cattleman. [2947 

A survey of Southern Baptist hospitals. 
Quar. rev. (Bapt.), 8 (no. 2): 56-68 (2d 
quarter), ports., views. Accounts by 
several contributors of Baptist hospitals 
established between 1884 and 1943. 

[2949 

Philip Butcher. George W. Cable: 
history and politics. Phylon, 9: 137-145 
(2d quarter). On references to Negroes 
in The Creoles of Louisiana (1884), The 
silent South (1885), and The Negro ques- 
tion (1890). [2948 

Booker T. Washington. George W. 
Cable and Booker T. Washington. [Edit- 
ed by] Philip Butcher. Jour. Negro educ. 
17: 462-468 (fall), notes. Letters to 
Cable, dated Nov. 2, 1885-Nov. 27, 1894, 
on the status of Negroes. [2950 

Paul McGuire. Prewar calico. Rail- 
road mag., 44 (no. 4): 116-117 (Jan). On 
May Labank ("Dutch May") as a team- 
ster in Oklahoma and Texas, 1887-1906. 

[2951 

Frederic Ridgely Torrence. The story 
of John Hope [1868-1936]. N. Y.: Mac- 
millan Co., 1948. [6], 398 p. port, 
bibliog. (p. 379-380). On Hope as a 
leader in Negro education in Georgia 
and Tennessee, 1894-1936. [2952 

John Monroe Moore. Life and I; or, 
Sketches and comments. Nashville: Par- 
thenon Press [1948]. 222 p. port. Auto- 
biography of a Methodist minister and 
bishop (born 1867), serving in Missouri 
and Texas, 1895-1937. [2953 



180 



Sheldon Van Auken. The Southern 
historical novel in the early twentieth 
century [1895-1912]. Jour. South, hist., 
14: 157-191 (May), tables, notes. 

[2954 

David Lewis Cohn. Where I was born 
and raised. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin 
Co., 1948. xi, [3], 380 p. Reminiscences 
and observations of the Mississippi Delta, 
from Memphis to Vicksburg, 1896-1935, 
1947. First section published 1935 as 
God shakes creation. [2955 

George H. Wright. Recollections. Rail- 
road mag., 46 (no. 1) : 118-123 (Jun). view. 
Memories of railroading in Alabama and 
Arkansas, 1899-1902. [2956 

W. B. Greeley. Forty years of Southern 
forestry. South, lumberman, 176 (no. 
2209): 44, 46 (Apr 15). Reminiscences, 
1904 flf. [2957 

Gilbert Courtland Fite. Voluntary at- 
tempts to reduce cotton acreage in the 
South, 1914-1933. Jour. South, hist., 14: 
481-499 (Nov), notes. [2958 

Sherman M. Woodward & Van Court 
M. Hare. A great public utility: the 
Tennessee Valley Authority [1917-47]. 
Queen's guar., 55: 1-19 (spring). [2959 

E. C. Griffith. Some aspects of the 
South's financial development, 1929- 
1946. South, econ. jour., 15: 162-170 
(Oct), notes. [2960 

Franklin C. Erickson. The broken 
cotton belt [ca. 1930-1945]. Econ. geog., 
24: 263-268 (Oct), maps, views. [2961 

Ellen Douglass Leybum. A note on 
the conditioning influences of regional 
culture. Social forces, 27: 124r-127 (Dec). 
On Southern traditions as observed ca. 
1930-1948. [2962 

Alvin L. Bertrand. The social processes 
and mechanization of Southern agricul- 
tural systems [ca. 1931-1947]. Rural 
sociol, 13: 31-39 (Mar), notes. [2963 

Gordon R. Clapp. TVA: a democratic 
method for the development of a region's 
resources [1933-48]. Vandervilt law rev., 
1: 183-193 (Feb). [2964 



Kenneth J. Seigworth. Reforestation 
in the Tennessee Valley [1933-48]. Pub. 
admin, jour., 8: 280-285 (autumn), notes. 

[2965 

Robert A. Lively. The South and freight 
rates: political settlement of an economic 
argument [1934-47]. Jour. South, hist., 
14: 357-384 (Aug), notes. [2966 

Moran Pope, Jr. The South's progress 
in the fight against freight rate discrimi- 
nation [1934-47]. Miss, law jour., 19: 
328-342 (Mar), notes. [2967 

William R. Curtis. The development 
of unemployment insurance in the South 
[1935-48]. South, econ. jour., 15: 43- 
53 (Jul). [2968 

Preston Valien. Internal migration and 
racial composition of the Southern popu- 
lation [1935-40]. Am. sociol. rev., 13: 
294-298 (Jun). notes. [2969 

Hershal L. Macon. War and postwar 
developments in State expenditures for 
the Southeast [1937-46]. South, econ. 
jour., 15: 30-42 (Jul), notes. [2970 

James W. Martin. State and local 
taxation in the Southeast and the War 
[1937-47]. South, econ. jour., 14: 376- 
386 (Apr), diagrs. notes. [2971 

Shari Covington. The Denison Dam 
and Lake Texoma [1938-48]. Jr. his- 
torian {Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 11-12 (Jan). 

[2972 

The Southern political scene, 1938-1948. 
Jour, vol., 10: 235-567 (May- Aug), 
notes. Contents. — Introduction, by Tay- 
lor Cole and John H. Hallowell. — Social 
change in the South, by Howard W. 
Odum. — Recent economic developments 
in the South, by B. U. Ratchford.— The 
Supreme Court and the South, by Carl 
Brent Swisher. — Foreign policy and the 
South, by Marian D. Irish. — -Recent 
Southern political thought, by Manning 
J. Dauer. — Constitutional growi;h and 
revision in the South, by Alden L. 
Pow^ell. — Southern governors, by Cortez 
A. M. E wing. —The Southern legislature 
and legislation, by H. C. Nixon. — Trends 
in public administration in the South, by 
J. Alton Burdine. — The Southern State 



181 



judiciary, by Lee S. Greene. — Presiden- 
tial politics in the South, by J. B. Shan- 
non. — Trends in municipal government 
in the South, by Weldon Cooper. — 
Trends in rural local government in the 
South, by H. M. Satterfield.— Govern- 
ment planning in the South, by Albert 
Lepawsky. [2973 

Helen Bridgman. Housing in the South 
[1940-47]. New South, 3 (no. 4): 1-20 
(Apr), diagrs., map. [2974 

Abbott L. Ferriss. Rural-farm level of 
living indexes for two Southeastern states. 
Social forces, 26: 420-430 (May), maps, 
tables, notes. Analysis of data from 
Mississippi and North Carolina, 1940. 

[2975 

Luther P. Jackson. Race and suffrage 
in the South since 1940. New South, 3 
(nos. 5 & 6): 1-26 (Jun-Jul). diagrs. 

[2976 

Marion B. Smith. Comparison of the 
educational attainments of rural and 



urban populations of the Southwest. 
Southw. soc. sci. guar., 29: 125-136 (Sep), 
tables. Study of Louisiana, Arkansas, 
Oklahoma, and Texas, 1940, [2977 

Walter Freeman. Harvey Couch: Ar- 
kansas' helping hand. Guild ticker, 11 
(no. 2): 8-9, 25 (May), port. On the 
business career of Harvey C. Couch 
(died 1941) in Arkansas and Louisiana. 

[2978 

Sidney A. Jones, Jr. The participation 
of Negroes in Democratic Primary elec- 
tions in the South since 1944. Natl, bar 
jour., 6: 144-154 (Jun). notes. [2979 

Peter Molyneaux. The South's politi- 
cal plight. Dallas: Calhoun Clubs of the 
South, 1948. vi, [2], 120 p. Review of 
Southern party problems, 1944-48. 

[2980 

O. Douglas Weeks. The white primary, 
1944-1948. Am. pol. sci. rev., 42: 500- 
510 (Jun). notes. [2981 



The Southern Atlantic States 



C. Q. Holland. A preliminary survey of 
Indian sites and material on Dan River 
and certain tributaries near Danville, 
Virginia. Archeol. Soc. Va., Bui., 2 
(no. 3) : [3-19] (Mar), maps, tables, views, 
bibliog. (p. 19). Examination of Early 
Woodland remains in Virginia and North 
Carolina. [2982 

Henry Chandlee Forman. The archi- 
tecture of the Old South: the medieval 
style, 1585-1850. Cambridge: Harvard 
Univ. Press, 1948. [14], 203 p. diagrs., 
views, bibliog. (p. 185-191), notes. Deals 
with medieval English architectural in- 
fluence in the States from Virginia to 
Georgia. [2983 

Buth M. Winton. Governor Francis 
Nicholson's relations with the Society for 
the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign 
Parts, 1701-1727. P. E. Church, Hist, 
mag. ,17: 274-296 (Sep) . notes. Nichol- 
son was governor at different times 



of Virginia, Maryland, and South Caro- 
lina. [2984 

Alice M. Baldwin. Sowers of sedition: 
the political theories of some of the New 
Light Presbyterian clergy of Virginia and 
North Carolina [ca. 1737-ca. 1788]. Wm. 
and Mary qvar., 5: 52-76 (Jan), notes. 

[2985 

Ralph Gray. Down the Potomac by 
canoe. Natl. geog. mag., 94: 212-242 
(Aug), map, views (part col.). De- 
scription of the Potomac from Keyser, 
W. Va., to Washington, with occasional 
historical references, ca. 1750-1948. 

[2986 

Elizabeth Marting. Alexander Mac- 
Whorter's Southern adversities. Presbyt. 
Hist. Soc, Jour., 26: 11-18 (Mar), 
notes. On MacWhorter as a Presby- 
terian minister in North and South Caro- 
Hna, 1779-80. [2987 



182 



Richard K. Murdoch. Citizen Man- 
gourit and the projected attack on East 
Florida in 1794. Jour. South, hist., 14: 
522-540 (Nov), notes. On eflForts of 
Michel Ange Bernard de Mangourit, 
French consul at Charleston, to recruit 
volunteers for an attack on Florida. 

[2988 

John Harvey Darrell. Diary of John 
Harvey Darrell: voj'age to America, 7th 
Jul}' 1823. Bermuda hist, guar., 5: 142- 
149 (Jul-Sep). To be cont. This in- 
stallment: voyage from Bermuda to 
Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Wash- 
ington, Jul. 7-23, 1825. [2989 

Harry Friedenwald. A medical soldier 
of fortune. Bui. hist, med., 22: 416-426 
(Jul-Aug). On the life and writings of 
Dr. Franz A. von Moschzisker (1828-80), 
who practised in Baltimore and Wash- 
ington as an oculist and aurist, 1852-80. 

[2990 

Nannie May Tilley. The bright-tobacco 
industry, 1860-1929. Chapel Hill: 
Univ. of North Carolina Press [1948]. 
xiv, 754 p. cartoons, diagrs., facsims., 
maps, ports., views, bibliog. (p. 697-714), 
notes. [2991 

Marcus W. Price. Ships that tested 
the blockade of the Carolina ports, 1861- 
1865. Arn. Neptime, 8: 196-241 (Jul). 
views, notes. Includes (p. 215-237) a 
table of these ships, alphabetical under 
each year 1861-65, giving name of vessel, 
type, tons, crew, place and date of 
capture, loss, or destruction, direction 
bound, and known successful runs dur- 
ing year. [2992 

[John Antonio Hain.] Side wheel steam- 
ers of the Chesapeake Bay, 1880-1947. 
[Glen Burnie? Md., 1948. 69] p. views. 

[2993 

David Jones Fant, Jr. Ambassador on 
rails: David J. Fant, engineer evangelist, 
by his son. Harrisburg, Pa.: Christian 
Publications [1948]. 160 p. port. On 
David Jones Fant, Sr. (born 1868), as a 
railroad engineer (eventually on the run 
between Greenville, S. C, and Atlanta, 
Ga.), 1887-1939, and concurrently as an 
evangelist. 2994 



George Magoffin Humphrey & Shep- 
ard Krech, eds. The Georgia-Florida 
Field Trial Club, 1916-1948. With ob- 
servations on the sport of hunting with 
dog and gun and a dissertation on the or- 
ganization and management of field trials. 
125 p. ports., views (1 doub. and col.). 
History of an organization devoted to 
"the development of the highest type of 
quail shooting dog." [2995 

Louise Jones Du Bose. Panorama of 
progress unrolls with Clark Hill Develop- 
ment Program. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 3): 
8-11, 28, 30-31 (Mar.) map, ports., 
view. On a project to construct a dam 
on the Savannah above Augusta, 1928- 
48. [2996 

Raven I. McDavid, Jr. The Linguistic 
atlas of the South Atlantic States: its his- 
tory and present status [1933-48]. South, 
folklore guar., 12: 231-240 (Dec), notes. 

[2997 

MARYLAND 

Statewide History 

Albert Warwick Werline. Problems of 
church and state in Maryland during the 
seventeenth and eighteenth centuries 
[1632-1789]. South Lancaster, Mass.: 
College Press [1948]. ix, 236 p. bibliog. 
(p. 212-223), notes. Thesis— Columbia 
Univ. [2998 

Dieter Cunz. The Maryland Germans: 
a history [1660-ca. 1940]. Princeton: 
Univ. Press, 1948. xi, 476 p. facsim., 
map, ports, bibliog. (p. 439-449), notes. 

[2999 

Frank F. White, Jr. A list of convicts 
transported to Maryland. Md. hist, 
mag., 43: 55-60 (Mar), notes. List of 
115 convicts transported to Maryland by 
Andrew Reid, dated Mar. 22, 1740. 

[3000 

Edward Lloyd. A contemporary view 
of the Acadian arrival in Maryland, 1755. 
[Edited by] William D. Hoyt, Jr. Wm. 
and Mary guar., 5: 571-575 (Oct), notes. 
Letter to James HoUyday, dated Dec. 9, 
1755. [3001 



183 



John S. Ezell. The church took a 
chance. Md. hist, mag., 43: 266-279 
(Dec), notes. On the use of lotteries 
by Maryland churches, 1761-1859. 

[3002 

Concurrent jurisdiction of a navigable 
boundary river: Barnes v. State. Md. 
law rev., 9: 268-281 (summer), notes. 
On "the concurrent jurisdiction of the 
courts in cases of crimes committed on a 
navigable river, as between two counties 
within a given state which border the 
river, and as between two states whose 
boundary is the river," with particular 
application to Maryland, 1785-1946. 

[3003 

Philip B. Perlman. Some Maryland 
lawyers in Supreme Court history [1789- 
1908]. Md. hist, mag., 43: 180-196 (Sep), 
notes. [3004 

Carl N. Everstine. Titles of legislative 
acts. Md. law rev., 9: 197-245 (summer), 
notes. On a provision of the Maryland 
Constitution requiring that "every law 
enacted by the General Assembly shall 
embrace but one subject, and that shall 
be described in its title; . . . nor shall 
any law be construed by reason of its 
title to grant powers or confer rights which 
are not expressly contained in the body 
of the Act," 1851-1947. [3005 

Nelson Waite Rightmyer. The Church 
in a border State — Maryland. P. E. 
Church, Hist, mag., 17: 411-421 (Dec). 
On the policies of William Rollinson 
Whittingham, fourth bishop of Maryland, 
1861-70. [3006 

Bridgewater M. Arnold. Tenancy by 
the entireties and creditors rights in 
Maryland. Md. law rev., 9: 291-318 
(fall), notes. On Blackstone's dictum, 
"Husband and wife being considered as 
one person in law, they cannot take the 
estate by moieties, but both are seized of 
the entirety," as applying to creditors, 
1878-1948. [3007 

Baltimore 

James Hall Mason Knox. The begin- 
ning and development of child hygiene 
in Baltimore and Maryland [1880-1948. 
Baltimore: Maryland State Dept. of 
Health] 1948. 36 p. notes. [3008 



Francis P. Cassidy. Catholic education 
in the Third Plenary Council of Baltimore 
[Nov. 1884]. Cath. hist, rev., 34: 257-305 
(Oct). To be cont. notes. [3009 

G. H. Pouder. The Port of Baltimore. 
Nautical gaz., 142 (no. 7): 24-28, 35 (Jul), 
port., views. Description, with occa- 
sional historical references, 1729-1948. 

[3010 

Douglas H. Gordon. Hero worship as 
expressed in Baltimore street names [ca. 
1759 fif.]. Md. hist, mag., 43: 121-126 
(Jun). [3011 

Adelyn D. Breeskin. Characteristics of 
Baltimore cabinetmakers (1760-1810). 
Am. collector, 17 (no. 3): 14-16, 25 (Apr), 
views. [3012 

Notes made at random. Md. hist. & 
geneal. bul, 19: 24-30, 43-46, 63-66 
(Apr-Oct). To be cont. Compiled from 
Baltimore newspapers and Baltimore and 
other Maryland records, 1777-1917. 
Data arranged alphabetically by names 
of persons. [3013 

JohnH. ScarfP. "Hampton," Baltimore 
County, Maryland. Md. hist, mag., 43: 
96-107 (Jun). ports., views, notes. On 
a building commenced in 1783 and turned 
over to National Park Service in 1948. 

[3014 

Robert Erskine Lewis. Brooklandwood, 
Baltimore County. Md. hist mag., 43: 
280-293 (Dec), ports., views, notes. 
History of this estate, 1788-1916. [3015 

Wilbur Harvey Hunter, Jr. Joshua 
Johnston: 18th century Negro artist. 
Am. collector, 17 (no. 1): 6-8 (Feb). 
ports. On a painter listed in Baltimore 
directories, 1797-1824. [3016 

Lucius C. Dunn. The frigate Constella- 
tion puts to sea. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 
74: 1005-1007 (Aug), views. Launch- 
ing at Baltimore, Apr. 1798. [3017 

Thomas F. O'Connor. The founding of 
Mount Saint Mary's College, 1808-1835. 
Md. hist, mag., 43: 197-209 (Sep), 
notes. History of an establishment in 
Baltimore. [3018 



184 



John J. Tiemey. St. Charles College: 
foundation and early years. Md. hist, 
mag., 43: 294-311 (Dec), notes. On a 
Baltimore college, 1830-1923, [3019 

Richard B. Morris. Labor controls in 
Maryland in the nineteenth century. 
Jour. South, hist., 14: 385-400 (Aug), 
notes. Based mainly on records of the 
Baltimore City Jail, 1831-93. [3020 

Mary H. Cadwalader. The Baltimore 
Sunpapers [1836-1948]. A7n. mercury, 
68 (no. 306): 720-727 (Jun). [3021 

Baltimore Sxui. Marriages and deaths 
from the Baltimore sun, 1845. Md. hist. 
cfe geneal. bul., 19: 13-16 (Jan). An- 
nouncements published Jan. 1-4, 1845. 

[3022 

Joseph R. Foley. St. Charles' College: 
centenary of famous Sulpician college. 
Cath. world, 168: 61-67 (Oct). On an 
establishment in Baltimore, 1848-1948. 

[3023 

Bertram. Moses Bernheim. The story 
of the Johns Hopkins: four great doctors 
and the medical school they created 
[1876-1948]. N. Y.: Whittlesey House 
[1948]. xi,235p. ports., view, bibliog. 
(p. 225-226). On WiUiam H. Welch, 
William S. Halsted, WiUiam Osier, How- 
ard Kelly, and other physicians associated 
with the Johns Hopkins Hospital and the 
Johns Hopkins University School of Medi- 
cine. [3024 

Rheinhart P. Cowles. McCuUoh Street 
and the Johns Hopkins University [1876- 
1943]. Johns Hopkins alumni mag., 36: 
110-113 (Jun). port. [3025 

An alumnus reminisces, by a Sophomore 
of '86. Johns Hopkins alumni mag., 
36: 73-76 (Mar), view. Anonymous 
letter from a student in Johns Hopkins 
University to a student in Bryn Mawr 
College, dated Baltimore, May 1, 1886, 
containing details of college life, particu- 
larly the Johns Hopkins Uniyersity Club. 

[3026 

Robert H. Roy. An alumnus — and a 
new curriculum. Johns Hopkins alumni 
mag., 37: 6-11 (Nov), facsims., ports. 
On the contributions of Henry Laurence 



Gantt to industrial engineering, 1887- 
1919. [3027 

George Wilmer Samson Musgrave. Com- 
mercial law jour., 53: 17-18 (Jan), port. 
On Colonel Musgrave (born 1868). as a 
lawyer and civic leader in Baltimore, ca. 
1890 ff. [3028 

Hamilton R. Atkinson. Organization 
and administration of a police trafhc 
division. Traffic rev., 2 (no. 4): 8-11, 
44-5 (fall), diagr. On the Traffic Divi- 
sion of the Baltimore Police Department, 
1905-48. [3029 

Selwyn D. Collins. Sickness among in- 
dustrial employees in Baltimore in rela- 
tion to weekly hours of work, 1941-1943. 
Milhank Memorial Fund guar., 26: 398- 
429 (Oct), diagrs., tables. ;iotes. 

[3030 

Other Local Histort 

Nannie Ball Nimmo. The Dorsey 
(Dossey) family of Calvert County (1660 
ff.]. Md. hist, mag., 43: 75-78 (Mar), 
notes. [3031 

Henry Chandlee Forman. The Mary- 
land cross dwelling. Md. hist, mag., 43: 
22-27 (Mar), views, notes. Three ex- 
amples, 1676-ca. 1700. [3032 

Cora Woodward (Anderson) DuLaney. 
The Andersons from the Great Fork of 
the Patuxent. [Odenton, Md., 1948. 4], 
198, [27] p. coat of arms, map. "Refer- 
ences" (p. 197-198). On the descendants 
of John Anderson (died 1727), who was 
settled in Maryland by 1704. [3033 

Julia S. Ardery {Mrs. William Breckin- 
ridge), ed. Richard "King" Harrison of 
Calvert County, Maryland: a document 
dated 1713 unearthed in Bourbon County, 
Ky. Ky. State Hist. See, Reg., 46: 
636-646 (Oct). Legal documents, 1713, 
1792-94, bearing on the status of de- 
scendants of slaves in Maryland. 

[3034 

Lockwood Barr. William Faris (1728- 
1804): Annapolis silversmith. Am. col- 
lector, 17 (no. 1): 9-11, 23 (Feb), views. 
On Faris in Annapolis as silversmith, 
clockmaker, and inventor, 1757-1804. 

[3035 



185 



Benjamin A. Bryan. Bryan family of 
Kent County, Maryland. Md. hist. & 
geneal. buL, 19: 53-54 (Jul). On Thomas 
Bryan, his son Thomas (born 1771), and 
his grandson John (1806-81). [3036 

Notes on the Johnson family of Charles 
County, Maryland [1776-1812]. Md. 
hist. & geneal. bul., 19: 17-18 (Jan). 

[3037 

George A. Martin, comp. Call roll of 
Basil Waring's Company of militia. 
Natl. Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 4-5 (Mar). 
Undated muster roll of a company from 
Prince George's Co., Md., with a few 
names added on Feb. 8, 1777. [3038 

George A. Martin, comp. Capt. Samuel 
Griffith's company pay roll, 1777. Natl. 
Geneal. Soc. guar., 36: 87-89 (Sep). 
"Capt. Sainuel Griffith's Company of 
Regular Forces of the Third Battalion," 
Maryland, Feb. 10, 1777. [3039 

Dorothy Mackay Quynn. Johann Fried- 
rich Amelung at New Bremen. Md. 
hist, mag., 43: 155-179 (Sep), views. 
notes. On a glass factory in Frederick 
Co., Md., established and conducted by 
Amelung, 1784-95, and its later history 
to 1804. [3040 

Martin Stohlman & Elizabeth Stohl- 
man. Excavating and collecting Ame- 
lung glass. Antiques, 54: 253-255 (Oct), 
views. Excavations on the site of a glass 
factory of John Frederick Amelung, near 
Frederick, Md., ca. 1790. [3041 

James Hemphill. James Hemphill's 
account of a visit to Maryland in 1802. 
Edited by John A. Munroe. Del. hist., 
3: 61-68 (Sep), fold, map, port, notes. 
Diary, Oct. 21-Nov. 15, 1802. [3042 

Esther B. Stabler. Triadelphia: for- 
gotten Maryland town. Md. hist, mag., 
43: 108-120 (Jun). map, tables, notes. 
On a town founded on the Patuxent in 
1809 and destroyed by a flood in 1868. 

[3043 

Josiah S. Bowen, Jr. The story of 
Mount Washington, Maryland [1810- 
1944. Edited] by B. Latrobe Weston. 
Md. hist, mag., 43: 28-54 (Mar), views. 
Includes the author's reminiscences. 

[3044 



Millard F. Hudson, comp. Worcester 
County marriage licenses. Md. hist. <& 
geneal. bul, 19: 6-8, 21-23, 41-42, 59- 
61 (Jan-Oct). Cont. and to be cont. 
These installments: 1810-13. [3045 

John W. McFadden. A bad boy at 

"The Mountain": reminiscences of John 
W. McFadden, late of Holmesburg. 
Edited by Frederick Welty. Am. Cath. 
Hist. Soc, Rec, 59: 45-62 (Mar). 
notes. Memories of a pupil at Mt. St. 
Mary's College, Emmitsburg, Md., 1868- 
71. ' [3046 

M. E. Barker. The Chemical Corps 
School. Armed Forces chem. jour., 3 
(no. 1): 26-29, 57 (Jul), view. On the 
Chemical Warfare School, later the 
Chemical Corps School, Edgwood Arsenal, 
Md., 1920-48. [3047 

Early views of the B. & O. Railroad. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 8: 5-7 (Aug- 
Sep). views. Describes four litho- 
graphs published by Endicott Swett, 
Baltimore, 1931, showing Maryland 
scenes on the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad. 

[3048 

Dieter Cunz. God's plain people in 
Maryland. Am.-German rev., 14 (no. 4): 
12-16 (Apr), views. On the Amish 
community of New Market, Md., 1939-48. 

[3049 

VIRGINIA 

Statewide History 

Francis Coleman Bosenberger, ed. Vir- 
ginia reader: a treasury of writings from 
the first voyages to the present [1584- 
1948]. N. Y.: E. P. Dutton, 1948. 576 p. 
A collection of writings by Virginians 
and visitors to Virginia, with biographical 
notes on the authors. [3050 

Edward G. Baird. The alcohol problem 
and the law: iii. The beginnings of the 
alcoholic-beverage control laws in Amer- 
ica. Quar. jour. stud, alcohol, 9: 80-118 
(Jun). notes. Cont. from Sep. 1946. 
This installment: "The formative years 
in Virginia: early statutory and case law 
relating to alcoholic beverages," 1606- 
1754. [3051 



186 



Perry Miller. The religious impulse in 
the founding of Virginia: religion and 
society in the early literature [1606-22]. 
Wm. and Mary guar., 5: 492-522 (Oct), 
notes. [3052 

Virginia. Dept. of Conservation and 
Development. State historical markers of 
Virginia: listing the inscriptions on all 
such markers on the principal highways 
of Virginia, with supplementary data 
[1607-1948. Sixth edition.] Richmond 
[1948]. 262 p. [3053 

William S. Powell. Books in the Vir- 
ginia Colony before 1624 [1619-23]. Wtn. 
and Mary guar., 5: 177-184 (Apr), notes. 

[3054 

Good newes from Virginia, 1623. Wm. 
and Mary guar., 5: 351-358 (Jul), facsim. 
notes. Includes the broadside ballad 
Good newes from, Virginia, sent from 
lames his towne this present moneth of 
March, 162Shy a gentleman in that country. 

[3055 

Thomas J. Wertenbaker, ed. The 
Virginia Charter of 1676. With intro- 
ductory note by Thomas J. Wertenbaker. 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 263-266 (Jul), facsim. 

[3056 

William Everett Brockman. Virginia 
wills and abstracts: Brockman, Bell, 
Bledsoe, Burris, Collins, Durett, Graves, 
Henderson, and Tatum families. Minne- 
apolis: Burgess Pub. Co., "1948. [2], iv. 
169 p. coat of arms, facsims., ports. 
Documents, 1705-1869, with genealogi- 
cal and biographical data of more recent 
times. [3057 

George H. Bost. Samuel Davies, 
preacher of the Great Awakening. 
Presbyt. Hist. Soc, Jour., 26: 65-86 
(Jun). notes. On the Great Awaken- 
ing in Virginia, 1740-52. [3058 

Nathaniel Claiborne Hale. Roots in 
Virginia: an account of Captain Thomas 
Hale [1742-1812], Virginia frontiersman, 
his descendants and related families. 
With genealogies and sketches of the 
families of Hale, Saunders, Lucke, Clai- 
borne, Lacy, Tobin, and contributing'an- 
cestral lines. [Phila.? 1948.] xvii, 227 p. 



fold, maps, ports., views. "Authorities 
and bibliography" (p. 227). [3059 

Robert Munford. Robert Munford's 
The candidates. [Edited by] Jay B. 
Hubbell and Douglas Adair. Wm. and 
Mary guar., 5: 217-257 (Apr), notes. 
Text of The candidates; or, The htnnors of 
a Virginia election, described as a "short 
slapstick farce written in 1770." [3060 

Mildred Criss. Jefferson's daughter. 
N. Y.: Dodd, Mead, 1948. ix, 278 p. 
map, ports., views, bibliog. (p. 275- 
278). Biography of Martha (Jefferson) 
Randolph (1772-1836). [3061 

David Griffith. David Griffith's ser- 
mon before the Virginia Convention, 
December 1775. [Edited by G. Mac- 
Laren Brydon.] P. E. Chitrch, Hist, mag., 
17: 183-199 (Jun). Reprints Griffith's 
Passive obedience considered: in a sermon 
preached at Williamsburg, December 31st 
1775 (Williamsburg: Printed by Alex- 
ander Purdie [n. d.] ). [3062 

Revolutionary soldiers and patriots of 
Virginia. D. A. E. mag., 82: 126-128, 
204-208, 296-299, 380-382, 485-487 
(Jan- Jun). Data from pension files, 
pertaining to military services, 1775-83. 

[3063 

Levin Joynes. Letters from Colonel 
Levin Joynes to Ann, his wife, February 
9, 1780-becember 28, 1790. Va. mag. 
/?/«<., 56: 142-153 (Apr), notes. Letters 
on war and politics, dated in Virginia. 

[3064 

Thomas Perkins Abernethy. Histori- 
cal sketch of the University of Virginia 
[1817-1948]. Richmond: Dietz Press 
[1948. 4], 51 p. fold, map, views. [3065 

[Martha (Jefferson) Randolph.] Litte- 
rature des noirs ou gens de couleur: Philis 
Wheatley: effusions des esclaves, chan- 
sons, historiettes, apologues. French Am. 
rev., 1: 135-142 (Apr-Jun). port. Re- 
printed from Eugene A. Vail, De la lil- 
t^rature et des hommes de lettres des Etats- 
Unis d'Amirigue (Paris, 1841), and trans- 
lated or paraphrased by him from a ms. 
given to him (ca. 1825?) by Martha 
Jefferson, being "a collection of Negro 
songs and tales which as a child she had 
heard from her father's slaves^" [3066 



187 



Charles W. Turner. Railroad service 
to Virginia farmers, 1828-1860. Agric. 
hist., 22: 239-248 (Oct), notes. [3067 

R. W. Q. Vail. The Last Meeting of 
the Giants. A''. Y. Hist. Soc. qvar., 32: 
69-77 (Apr), ports, notes. On George 
Catlin's watercolor of the Virginia Con- 
stitutional Convention of 1829-30. 

[3068 

George William Bagby. The old Vir- 
ginia gentleman, and other sketches. 
Edited and arranged by his daughter 
Ellen M[atthews] Bagby. [Fifth edition.] 
Richmond: Dietz Press, 1948. xxvii, 318 
p. facsims., ports., views, bibliog. (p. 315- 
318). First published 1910 and in part 
in 1884-85. Sketch of Bagby's life 
(1828-83) by Douglas S. Freeman; and 
lectures, sketches, reminiscences, and 
poems by Dr. Bagby, 1835-82, relating 
chiefly to Virginia. [3069 

Lewis F. Powell, Jr. The Virginia 
prudent man rule of trust investments 
[1845-1947]. Va. laiv rev., 34: 102-128 
(Jan), notes. [3070 

T. Keister Greer. The doctrine of May 
V. Joynes in Virginia. Va. law rev. 34: 
846-860 (Oct), notes. On the doctrine 
that "An absolute power of disposal over 
an object is the absolute property in the 
object, a fee simple in land or an absolute 
estate in personalty," 1857-1948. [3071 

G. MacLaren Brydon. The Diocese of 
Virginia in the Southern Confederacy 
[1861-66]. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 
17: 384-410 (Dec), notes. [3072 

Herbert Aptheker, ed. A document in 
Negro history: 1883. Midw. jour., 1: 
45-49 (winter), notes. Reprints from 
Senate report no. 579, 48th Cong., 1st 
Sess., p. 787-791, "An address to the 
colored voters of the State of Virginia: 
The record of the Bourbon-Democratic 
and Liberal Readjuster parties con- 
trasted — what the leading, most influen- 
tial, intelligent, and representative colored 
men of Virginia have to say to their 
people," undated, but issued before the 
Virginia election of Nov. 6, 1883. [3073 

W, Gibson Harris. Proposed revision 
of the Virginia Child Labor Law [1890- 



1947]. Va. laiv rev., 34: 230-247 (Feb), 
notes. [3074 

Thomas H. S. Curd. Substance and 
procedure in rule making. W. Va. law 
guar., 51: 34-55 (Feb), notes. On sub- 
stantive and procedural law with regard 
to rule-making by Virginia courts, 1903- 
46. [3075 

Dewey Wesley Grantham, Jr. Vir- 
ginia Congressional leaders and the new 
freedom, 1913-1917. Va. mag. hist., 56: 
304-313 (Jul), notes. [3076 

C. W. Woodson, Jr. Let's get ac- 
quainted. Traffic rev., 2 (no. 2): 34-37 
(spring), port. On the Virginia De- 
partment of State Police, 1922-48. [3077 

Local History 

Carl Manson. Marcey Creek site: an 
early manifestation in the Potomac Val- 
ley. Am. antiq., 13: 223-227 (Jan), 
views, notes. On a prehistoric site in 
Arlington Co., Va. [3078 

r. E. Turin. Historic Norfolk, Virginia 
[1585-1948]. Know, 10 (no. 1): 40-46 
(Mar), view. [3079 

John Bennett Boddie. Colonial Surry. 
Richmond: Dietz Press, 1948. xi, 249 
p. notes. On Surry Co., Va., 1607- 
1782. [3080 

Charles Edgar Gilliam. The Appo- 
matoc tribe of Powhatan Algonkians: a 
preliminary outline of its history from 
1607 to 1723. Archeol. Soc. Va., BuL, 
2 (no. 4): [3-7] (Jun). [3081 

Virginia portfolio. Holiday, 3 (no. 4): 
44-61 (Apr), ports., views (part col.). 
Description with occasional historical 
references, ca. 1607-1948. Contents. — 
Monticello. — Washington & Lee. — The 
University of Virginia. — Virginia Mili- 
tary Institute.— Shirley.— W a r r e n t o n 
Horse Show. — Blue-Ridge country store. 

[3082 

George Carrington Mason. The case 
against Henricopolis. Va. mag. hist., 
56: 350-353 (Jul), notes. On the ques- 
tion whether Henricopolis was the original 
name of a town founded on James River 
in 1611 and whether Henrico was a con- 
traction of this name. [3083 



188 



Clayton Torrence. The English an- 
cestry of William Claiborne of Virginia. 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 328-343, 431-460 
(Jul-Oct). facsims. notes. On WilUam 
Claiborne (1600-ca. 1678), who came to 
Virginia in 1621. [3084 

Martha Woodruff Hiden. The anteced- 
ents of Richard Powell, of Amherst 
County, Virginia [1637-ca. 1871]. Tyler's 
quar. hist, and geneal. mag., 30: 49-67 
(Jul), facsim., port., views. [3085 

Polly Gary Mason, comp. Records of 
colonial Gloucester County, Virginia: a 
collection of abstracts from original docu- 
ments concerning the lands and people 
of colonial Gloucester County which iia- 
cludes Mathews County. . . . Volume 
II. Newport News, Va.: George C. 
Mason, 1948. xv, 150 p. facsims., 
maps, view. Vol. 1 published 1946. 
Insurance poUcies, land deeds, inventories 
of estates, and other documents, 1652- 
1829. [3086 

Malcolm H. Harris. John Lewis (1594- 
1657) of Monmouthshire, England, and 
Gloucester and New Kent Counties, Vir- 
ginia. Va. mag. hist., 56: 195-205 (Apr), 
facsims. notes. Lewis had settled in 
Virginia by 1653. [3087 

George Carrington Mason. The co- 
lonial churches of Westmoreland and 
King George Counties, Va. [1653-ca. 
1800]. Va. mag. hist., 56: 154-172, 
280-293 (Apr-Jul). map, views, notes. 

[3088 

James Revel. "The poor unhappy 
transported felon's sorrowful account of 
his fourteen years transportation at Vir- 
ginia in America." Reprinted, with in- 
troductory notes by John Melville Jen- 
nings. Va. tnag. hist., 56: 180-194 
(Apr), notes. Verses narrating alleged 
events from ca. 1656 to ca. 1671, with a 
checklist of editions and their locations. 

[3089 

Edward Maurice Blackwell. Black- 
well genealogy. Richmond: Old Do- 
minion Press, 1948. viii, 126, v, 112 p. 
coat of arms, ports., views. Book 1, 
"Ancestors, descendents, and connections 
of Moore Carter and Sarah A. (Foote) 



Blackwell," dealing with Virginia de- 
scendants of Joseph Blackwell (fl. 1658). 
Book 2, "Memoirs of Edward Maurice 
Blackwell [born 1865]," on his life as a 
physician in Virginia and a medical 
officer in the U. S. Navy, serving in the 
Pacific and the Atlantic, 1890-1923. 

[3090 

Stephen Green. Virginia's island of 
wild ponies. Travel, 90 (no. 6): 10-13, 
33 (Apr), views. On Chincoteague Is- 
land, 1662-1947, and its pOny and oyster 
industries. [3091 

William Buckner McGroarty. Dis- 
sington. Tyler's guar. hist, and geneal. 
mag., 30: 46-48 (Jul). On an estate near 
Fredericksburg, 1670-ca. 1814. [3092 

J. E. Morpurgo. Williamsburg, Va. 
[1677-1948]. Transatlantic, no. 41 
(spring), p. 25-31. views. [3093 

Herbert G. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 6 — the College of William and 
Mary [1693-1948]. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
810-814 (Nov), view (front.). [3094 

Clayton Torrence. A Virginia lady of 
quality and her possessions: Mrs. Mildred 
Willis, of Fredericksburg. Va. mag. 
hist., 56: 42-56 (Jan), notes. On 
Mildred (Washington) Willis (1696-1747) 
aunt of George Washington, with an 
inventory of her estate. [3095 

Living with antiques in Richmond. 
Antiques, 53: 38-43 (Jan), views. On 
the furnishings of three early houses in 
Richmond, ca. 1700 ff. [3096 

William Buckner McGroarty. Four 
Virginia "Blenheims" and somewhat of 
those who built them. Tyler's quar. hist, 
and geneal. mag., 29: 241-248 (Apr), 
view. On estates of this name in Caro- 
line, Albemarle, Westmoreland, and Ac- 
comac Counties, built 1705 S. [3097 

Robert H. Land. The first Williams- 
burg theater [1716-45]. Wm. and Mary 
gimr., 5: 359-374 (Jul), notes. [3098 

Arthur Pierce Middleton. The strug- 
gle for the Cape Henry Lighthouse, 
1721-1791. Am. Neptune, 8: 26-36 (Jan), 
views, notes. [3099 



189 



Wassell Randolph. The Reverend 
George Robertson, rector Bristol Parish, 
Virginia (1693-1739): his ministry, mar- 
riage, [and] immediate descendants, in- 
cluding the early history of the parish, 
[n. p., 1948.] 45 p. bibliog. (p. 3-4), 
notes. Deals with Bristol Parish from 
1723 to 1828. [3100 

Gladys Bauserman Clem. Stories of 
the Shenandoah. [Staunton?] Va., 1948. 
Ill p. views, bibliog. (p. [7]). Semi- 
fictional sketches of incidents and scenes, 
ca. 1726-1912. [3101 

Charles Wilder Watts. Land grants 
and aristocracy in Albemarle County, 
1727-1775. Albemarle Co. Hist. Soc, 
Papers, 8: 5-26. maps, notes. [3102 

Solange Strong. Quaker houses of 
Loudoun County, Virginia [1733-ca. 
1780]. Antiques, 54: 333-335 (Nov), 
views. [3103 

Fort Belvoir — host at annual meeting. 
Mil. engineer, 40: 155-157 (Apr), views. 
Includes references to the history of the 
post, ca. 1734-1948. [3104 

Henry F. Pringle & Katherine Pringle. 
Shrine on the Potomac. Holiday, 3 (no. 
5): 56-63, 146-152 (May), views (part 
col.). On Mount Vernon, ca. 1740-1948. 

[3105 

B. Walter Coakley. The two James 
Hunters of Fredericksburg: patriots 
among the Virginia Scotch merchants. 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 3-21 (Jan), notes. On 
James Hunter (1748-88), Fredericksburg 
merchant, son of William Hunter of 
Fredericksburg;; and James Hunter (died 
1785), master of the iron works near 
Frederick, son of James Hunter of Duns, 
Scotland, but a resident of Virginia bj^ 
1746. The two Virginia Jameses were 
cousins. [3106 

Blanche Howard (Adams) Chapman 
& Catherine Lindsay Knorr, comps. 
Marriage bonds of Southampton County, 
Virginia, 1750-1800. [Richmond] 1948. 
[6], 100 p. [3107 

Olive Drinkwine Bailey. Christmas 
with the Washingtons, being a special 
account of traditional rites observed in 



Virginia and historic yuletides of one first 
family, the Washingtons of Mount 
Vernon [1751-98]. Richmond: Dietz 
Press [1948]. 44 p. facsim., views. 

[3108 

Kenmore in Fredericksburg, Virginia. 
Antiques, 53: 293-296 (Apr). On a 
house built soon after 1752 for Col. 
Fielding Lewis. [3109 

Identification of two Virginia water 
colors. Antiques, 53: 229-230 (Mar), 
views. Attribution to Thomas Davies, 
Capt. Lt., Royal Regt. of Artillery, 1762, 
of two unsigned water colors of York and 
Gloucester. Corrected in a note by 
Harold S. Sniffen, p. 366, indicating that 
the views, dating from 1755, are not by 
Davies, and are monochrome wash 
drawings. [3110 

Loudoun County, Va. Will Book A, 
Loudoun County, Virginia [1758-71]. 
D. A. R. mag., 82: 556-562, 635-641, 
708-712, 779-783, 844-848, 917-920 
(Jul-Dec). [3111 

Evva Brinker. George Washington the 
vestryman and his service as a church- 
man. Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), p. 14-16. 
On Washington as vestryman of Truro 
Parish, Va., 1762-74, and as a church 
member. [3112 

Warren D. Brush. George Washing- 
ton — the house builder. Am. forests, 54: 
69-71, 91 (Feb), diagr., views. On the 
remodeling of Mount Vernon, 1773-78. 

[3113 

Maurer Maurer. A musical family in 
colonial Virginia. Musical quar., 34: 
358-364 (Jul), views, notes. Music 
on the estate of Robert Carter, 1774. 

[3114 

Courtlandt Canby. The common- 
place book of Doctor George Gilmer. 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 380-407 (Oct), 
facsim. notes. Describes and quotes a 
record maintained in Albemarle Co., 
1775-80. [3115 

Goochland County, Virginia, records. 
D. A. R. 7nag., 82: 848-850 (Nov). Lists 
of persons taking the oath of allegiance, 
Aug. 1777, and paying a grain tax. Mar. 
5-Aug. 1, 1781. [3116 



190 



St. George Tucker. St. George Tucker's 
journal of the siege of Yorktown, 1781. 
[Edited by] Edward M. Riley. Wm. and 
Mary guar., 5: 375-395 (Jul), notes. 

[3117 

George Washington wax relief attributed 
to Joseph Wright, presented 1948 by the 
heirs of Rev. John G. Morris, d. d. Md. 
hist, notes, 5 (no. 4): 1, 2 (Feb), port. 
On a wax profile believed to have been 
made in 1783-84. [3118 

Charles Brown. Dr. Charles Brown's 
reminiscences of early Albemarle. Re- 
printed with an introduction and annota- 
tions by Mary Rawlings and W. Edwin 
Hemphill. Albemarle Co. Hist. Soc, 
Papers, 8: 55-67. notes. Recollections 
beginning 1785, written 1868-69, re- 
printed from the Charlottesville chronicle, 
Jan. 21-Mar. 2, 1869. [3119 

George Washington. The last will and 
testament of George Washington and 
schedule of his property, to which is 
appended the last will and testament of 
Martha Washington. Edited by John 
C[lement] Fitzpatrick. [Second edition. 
Mount Vernon, Va.] Mount Vernon 
Ladies' Association of the Union [1948, 
<=1947]. vii, 67 p. First published 1939. 
Will of Washington, Jul. 9, 1790; schedule 
of property to be sold. Mount Vernon, 
Jul. 9, 1799; and will of Martha (Dand- 
ridge) Custis Washington, Sep. 22, 
1800 — with introduction and notes. 

[3120 

The Myers house in Norfolk, Virginia. 
Antiques, 54: 180-182 (Sep), views. 
On a house built for Moses Myers, 1791. 

[3121 

William Eaton. William Eaton takes 
a dismal view of Virginia. [Edited by 
Louis B. Wright.] Wtn. and Mary guar., 
5: 106-107 (Jan). Excerpt from a letter 
by a New Englander, dated Hampton, 
Va., Jun. 24, 1804. [3122 

Curtis Carroll Davis. An early histori- 
cal novelist goes to the library: William 
A. Caruthers and his reading, 1823-29. 
N. Y. Pub. Lib., Bui, 52: 159-169 
(Apr), notes. On books drawn by 



Caruthers from the Franklin Society and 
Library Co. of Lexington, Va., 1823-29. 

[3123 

Jennie Thomley Grayson. Old Christ 
Church, Charlottesville, Virginia, 1826- 
1895. Albemarle Co. Hist. Soc, 
Papers, 8: 27-53. views. [3124 

Curtis Carroll Davis. A Virginia ro- 
mancer and his reading: literary allusions 
in the work of William A. Caruthers 
[1834-45]. Tyler's guar. hist, and geneal. 
mag., 30: 21-33 (Jul), notes. [3125 

Youngster in the Old Dominion. U. S. 

Steel news, 13 (no. 1): 4-8 (Jan), views. 

On Roanoke, 1838-1948, with special 

reference to its steel industries. [3126 

Marianna Jenkins. Richmond discovers 
its own romantic: first modern view of 
William James Hiibard, 1807-62, mysteri- 
ous and eccentric Southern painter, in his 
native Richmond's two-museum retro- 
spective. Art news, 46 (no. 11): 28-31 
(Jan), ports. On Hubard in Rich- 
mond, Va., 1841-62. [3127 

John Adam Kasson. A Yankee reports 
on Virginia, 1842-1843: letters of John 
Adam Kasson. Edited and with an in- 
troduction by Edward Younger. Va. 
mag. hist., 56: 408-430 (Oct), notes. 
Letters dated Virginia, Sep. 27, 1842-Jun. 
12, 1843. The author was tutor to the 
children of Isaac White, Albemarle Co. 

[3128 

John Prosser Tabb. Tabb-Hubard let- 
ters. Edited by Louise F. Catterall. 
Va. mag. hist., 56: 57-65 (Jan), notes. 
Letters to the artist William James 
Hubard, dated near Gloucester, Jan. 
14-Oct. 30, 1850, dealing with business 
matters and local news. [3129 

[Chalmers Ingersoll.] The unknown 
friends, a CivU War romance: letters of 
my father and my mother. Compiled by 
Charlotte Ingersoll Morse. Chicago: A. 
Ivroch, 1948. 110 p. facsim., ports. 
Letters from an officer in the Union 
Army to Lottie B. Rinewalt, most dated 
in Virginia, Dec. 8, 1861-Jan. 25, 1864. 

[3130 



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191 



Ludwell Lee Montague. Subsistence of 
the Army of the Valley. Mil. affairs, 12: 
226-231 (winter), map. notes. From 
papers of Maj. Wells J. Hawks, Com- 
missary officer for the Valley District, 
Nov. 1861-Jun. 1862. [3131 

The Monitor Boys. Lincoln herald, 50 
(no. 1): 32-34 (Feb), ports., view. 
Includes a letter from "The Monitor's 
Boys" to their captain, dated Hampton 
Roads, Apr. 24, 1862, and "The dirge of 
the Monitor," by S. W., Jan. 1863. Re- 
fers to the engagement between the 
Monitor and the Merrimack, Hampton 
Roads, Mar. 9, 1862. [3132 

"Expunged from the record." Tyler's 
guar. hist, and geneal. mag., 29; 281-284 
(Aprj. Reprint of a pamphlet: "Ex- 
punged from the Record" / David Minton 
Wright, M. D. / 1809-1863 / A reprint 
from "The Richmond News," Rich- 
mond, Virginia, / Friday, May 10, 1901 / 
Mexico City / Privately printed, 1925. 
On the execution of Dr. Wright at Nor- 
folk, Oct. 23, 1863. [3133 

Edmund J. Cleveland. The Second 
Battle of Cold Harbor as seen through the 
eyes of a New Jersey soldier . . . Edited 
by Edmund J. Cleveland, Jr. N. J. 
Hist. Soc, Proc, 66: 25-37 (Jan). Diary, 
Jun. 1-15, 1864, kept by a private in Co. 
K, 9th N. J. Volunteers, 1st Brigade, 2d 
Div., 18th Corps. [3134 

Edmund J. Cleveland. The siege of 
Petersburg as seen through the eyes of a 
New Jersey soldier . . . Edited by Ed- 
mund J. Cleveland, Jr. N. J. Hist. 
Soc, Proc, 66: 76-96, 176-196 (Apr-Jul). 
Excerpt from the diary of a private in Co. 
K, 9th N. J. Volunteers, 1st Brigade, 2d 
Div., 18th Corps, Jun. 14-Sep. 19, 1864. 

[3135 

Mary Louise Gills. It happened at 
Appomattox: the story of an historic 
Virginia village. Richmond: Dietz Press 
[1948. 10], 42 p. map, views. On 
buildings and sites in and near Old 
Appomattox Courthouse, Va., made his- 
toric by association with events of 1865, 
and on "famous men of Appomattox." 

[3136 



Qoodridge Alexander Wilson. A brief 1 
history of Marion College [1873-1948. | 
Marion? Va.] 1948. 55 p. ports., views, i 
Includes (p. 41-51) "The diary of Rev. , 
J. J. Scherer, d. d.," which consists of 
reminiscences by John Jacob Scherer 
(born 1830), founder of the college, 
written after 1910. [3137 

H. T. Crittenden. The Norfolk & 
Virginia Beach Railroad [1882-97]. Rail- 
way AND Locomotive Hist. Soc, B^iL, 
73: 69-76 (May), views. [3138 

C. A. Phillips. Arlington National 
Cemetery. U. S. N. Inst, proc, 74: 
733-735 (Jun). view. Description of 
the cemetery and history of the site, 
1883-1948. [3139 

Harriet R. Holman. Mary Greenway 
McClelland, 1853-1895. Va. mag. hist., 
56: 294-298 (Jul), notes. On a Virginia ' 
novelist and short-story writer (first 
novel 1885), with two letters from her to 
Thomas Nelson Page, dated Virginia, 
Aug. 19, 1886, and Aug. 12, 1888. [3140 

Howard Willard Wiseman. The seven 
wise men. [Maplewood? N. J., 1948.] 
42 p. ports., views. On seven members 
of the faculty of the College of William 
and Mary, ca. 1888-1928: Lyon Gardiner 
Tyler, John Lesslie Hall, Thomas Jeffer- 
son Stubbs, Lyman Brown Wharton, Van 
Franklin Garrett, Hugh Stockdell Bird, 
and Charles Edward BLshop. [3141 

Sue Ruffin Tyler. Dr. Joseph L. 
Jarman, November 19, 1867-November 
15, 1947. Tyler's guar. hist, and geneal. 
mag., 29: 284-286 (Apr). Reminiscences 
of Dr. Jarman as President of the State 
Normal School, Farmville, Va., ca. 
1909-1924. [3142 

Robert H. Estabrook. Washington & 
Old Dominion. Trains, 8 (no. 6) : 42-46 
(Apr), map, views. On the Washing- 
ton & Old Dominion Railroad, from 
Rosslyn and Alexandria to Bluemont, 
1912-48. [3143 

T. A. Freeman. The Presbyterian 
Church in a mining community. Presbyt. 
survey, 38: 368-369, 372 (Aug), views. 



192 



On the Presbyterian church in Jewell 
Ridge and Jewell Valley, Va., 1915-48. 

[3144 

C[layton] T[orrence]. To Alexander 
Wilbourne Weddell and Virginia Chase 
Weddell. Va. mag. hist., 56: 119-123 
(Apr), port, notes. On Virginia House, 
Richmond, conveyed to the Virginia 
Historical Society in 1929, and on the 
lives of its donors, A. W. Weddell 
(1876-1948) and Virginia (Chase) Wed- 
dell (died 1948). [3145 

Virginia Waller Davis. Barter Theatre 
of Virginia [1932-48]. State govt., 21: 
86-88 (Apr). [3146 

George Kent. The Barter Theatre. 
Am. mercury, 66: 364-369 (Mar). On a 
theater established in Abingdon, Va., by 
Robert Porterfield, 1933-48. [3147 

Hilda (Noel) Schroetter. Bethune 
Center Nursery School: a study of a 
Negro institution in Lynchburg, Virginia 
[1936-45. Charlottesville] Univ. of Vir- 
ginia, 1948. 40 p. fold. map. (Phelps- 
Stokes Fellowship paper no. 16.) [3148 

Albemarle County Historical Society. 

War History Committee. Pursuits of 
war: the people of Charlottesville and 
Albemarle County, Virginia, in the 
Second World W^ar [1940-45]. . . . 
Edited by W[illiam] Edwin Hemphill. 
Charlottesville, Va.: Albemarle County 
Historical Society, 1948. xxiv, [2], 429 p. 
facsims., ports., views. Contents. — On 
the home front. — On the battle fronts. — 
Personnel in the armed forces. Articles 
by Gertrude Dana Parlier, W. Edwin 
Hemphill, Hilda Noel Schroetter, William 
M. E. Rachal, Elizabeth Dabney Cole- 
man, Marvin W. Schlegel, Ella Williams 
Smith, and Newton B. Jones. [3149 

John Brooke Mordecai. Richmond, 
Fredericksburg, and Potomac Railroad in 
the Second World War [1940-47]. Rich- 
mond, 1948. [4], 37, [10] p. facsims., 
ports., views. " [3150 

Newport News, Va. History Commis- 
sion World War ii. Newport News dur- 
ing the Second World War. [Newport 
News, Va., 1948.] xvi, 174 p. maps 



(part fold.), views. bibliog. (\i. 165- 
166). On war-related activities in and 
near Newport News, 1941-46. [3151 

THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

Elizabeth W. Rounds. Lost arrows: the 
story of the Indians in the District of 
Columbia [1607 ff. Wash., 1948.] 24 p. 
fold, map, views. [3152 

Hans Paul Caemmerer. Historic Wash- 
ington, capital of the Nation [1789-1948]. 
Wash.: Columbia Historical Society, 
1948. [4], 98 p. maps, ports., views. 
Includes "The District of Columbia 
government," by Ulysses S. Grant iii. 

[3153 

Washington Gas Light Company, 
Washington, D. C. Growing with Wash- 
ington: the story of our first hundred 
years [1848-1948]. Prepared by Robert 
R. Hershman and Edward T. Stafford. 
Edited by Albert W[illiam] Atwood. 
[Wash., 1948. 8], 91 p. diagrs., facsims. 
maps, ports., views. In part a history of 
Washington, 1790 ff., and of gas in 
Washington, 1804 flf. [3154 

Hans Paul Caemmerer. The White 
House [1791-1946]. South Atlantic guar., 
47: 501-521 (Oct). [3155 

[National Capital Parks.] Planning and 
civic comment, 14 (no. 1): 25-40 (Jan), 
views. On the National Capital Park 
system, 1791-1947. [3156 

George A. Martin, comp. Vital statis- 
tics from the National Intelligencer 
(District of Columbia), 1800-1804. Natl. 
Geneal. Soc. guar., 36: 91-93, 100 (Sep). 

[3157 

National Committee on Segregation 
in the Nation's Capital. Segregation 
in Washington: a report . . . Text by 
Kenesaw M[ountain] Landis. [Chicago, 
1948. 4], 91 p. maps, views, notes. 
On the status of Negroes in the District 
of Columbia, 1800-1948. [3158 

Paul H. Oehser. Science in Washing- 
ton: a historical survey [1800- 1948]. 
American Association for the Ad- 
vancement OF Science, Centennial pro- 
gram, 1848-1948 (Wash., 1948), p. 97- 
115. ports., views. [3159 



193 



Charles W. Davidson, Jr. Diversity 
jurisdiction for citizens of the District of 
Columbia [1805-1947]. Ohio State law 
jour., 9: 309-320 (spring), notes. [3160 

Nathaniel Peter Rathvon, Jr., & 
Arthur John Keeflfe. Washingtonians 
and Roumanians: a study of the constitu- 
tional power of Congress to give to citi- 
zens of the District of Columbia and the 
territories freedom to sue in Federal 
courts for diversity [1805-1947]. Neb. 
law rev., 27: 375-389 (Mar), notes. 

[3161 

Frederick B. Marbut. Early Washing- 
ton correspondents: some neglected pio- 
neers. Journalism quar., 25: 369-374, 
400 (Dec), notes. On correspondents 
whose Washington careers began be- 
tween 1808 and 1830. [3162 

Edward J. Smith. Musical men of the 
White House from Madison to Truman 
[1809-1948]. Musical digest, 30 (no. 1): 
12-13, 30, 39 (Jan), ports., view. [3163 

George Albert Scheirer. Notes on the 
Army Surgeon General's Office in Wash- 
ington, 1818-1948. [Wash.?] Priv. print., 
1948. [2], 56 p. maps, views, bibliog. 
(p. 45-55), notes. [3164 

George A. Martin, com-p. Vital records 
from the National intelligencer (District of 
Columbia), 1824. Natl. Geneal. Soc. 
quar., 36: 11-15, 51-54, 109-111 (Mar, 
Jun, Dec). Cont. and to be cont. 
Arranged alphabetically: Abbott-Glas- 
cock. [3165 

Noah Webster. Noah Webster letter in 
Museum tells of Senate's waste of money. 
Picket post, no. 21 (Apr), p. 22. Noah 
Webster to his wife, dated Washington, 
Jan. 28, 1831. [3166 

John Benjamin Nichols. Washington 
physicians of yesterday. Med. ann. 
Dist. Col., V. 17, installment in each 
monthly issue, Jan.-Dec. ports. Con- 
tents. — Thomas Allen Groover [1877- 
1940].— Louis Mackall iii [1867-1930].— 
Thomas Croggon Smith [1842-1913].— 
Wilfred Mason Barton [1871-1930].— 
Philip Seddon Roy [1861-1929].— James 
Kerr [1848-1911].— Daniel Kerfoot Shute 
[1858-1935].— Daniel Webster Prentiss, 



Sr. [1843-99].— Robert Reyburn [1833- 
1909].— Swan Moses Burnett [1847- 
1906].— Harry Crecy Yarrow [1840- 
1929].— Charles William Franzoni [1837- 
1923]. [3167 

Thomas R. Henry. The Smithsonian 
Institution [1847-1948]. Natl. geog. mag., 
94: 325-348 (Sep), views (part col.). 

[3168 

Chalmers McGeagh Roberts. The 

Washington Monument: the story of a 
national shrine. Wash.: Lithographed 
by Litho Process Co., «1948. 58 p. 
facsims., maps, ports., views. Cover 
title: The Washington Monument, its 
story in pictures [1848-1948]. [3169 

Lincoln's oral argument: text of notes for 
his only Supreme Court case. Am. Bar 
Assoc, jour., 34: 791-794 (Sep), facsim. 
Prints and discusses the notes taken by 
Lincoln for oral argument in the case of 
Lewis V. Lewis, argued in the Supreme 
Court on Mar. 7-8, 1849. [3170 

Walt Whitman. Whitman in 1850: 
three uncollected articles. [Edited by] 
Rollo G. Silver. Am. lit., 19: 301-317 
(Jan), notes. Reprinted from the Na- 
tional era (Wash.), Oct. 31, Nov. 14, and 
Nov. 21, 1850; signed "Paumanok." On 
politics, singers, landscape, the theater, 
and other subjects. [3171 

Turpin C. Bannister. The genealogy of 
the dome of the United States Capitol. 
Soc. Architectural Historians, Jour., 
7 (nos. 1-2): 1-31 (Jan- Jun). plans, 
views, notes. On the planning and con- 
struction of the dome by Thomas Ustick 
Walter, assisted by August Gottlieb 
Schoenborn, 1851-64. Appendices. — 
Sketch of my education and connection 
with the extension of the United States 
Capitol, Washington, D. C. [bj^ Schoen- 
born, Aug. 21, 1895]. — -Contribution to 
the history of the building of the Capitol 
extension, new dome, stone terrace, etc., 
with the particular object to show the 
services of the different men who were 
employed in this work [by Schoenborn, 
Jan. 1898]. — Table of dimensions and 
proportions of Capitol dome and its 
models. [3172 



194 



Leo Marr. Death in the double standard: 
or the sad fate of Mrs. Sickles' lover. 
Cosmos Club but., 1 (no. 10): 2-7 (Aug). 
Reprinted from Mystery book magazine, 
Jan. 1946. On the killing of Philip 
Barton Key, U. S. District Attorney, 
Washington, D. C, by Daniel Edgar 
Sickles, Congressman from New York, 
Feb. 1859. [3173 

Frank Maloy Anderson. The mystery 
of "a pubhc man": a historical detective 
story. Minneapolis: Univ. of Minnesota 
Press [1948. 6], 256 p. bibliog. (p. 181- 
183), notes (p. 184-188). Reprints 
"The diary of a public man" from the 
North American review, Aug.-Nov. 1879 
(p. 191-249). The diary purports to 
have been kept at Washington, Dec. 28, 
1860-Mar. 15, 1861. Anderson concludes 
that a diary kept by Samuel Ward 
was later enlarged by him with recollec- 
tions and inventions. [3174 

Harold L. Peterson. The Potter-Pryor 
duel. Soc. Am. Sword Collectors, 
BuL, 2 (no. 4): 3-4 (Aug), view, notes. 
Proposed duel between Roger A. Pryor, 
Representative from Virginia, and John 
Fox Potter, Representative from Wiscon- 
sin, Apr. 1860, with description of three 
knives (including a bowie knife) con- 
nected with the duel. [3175 

David Rankin Barbee. President 
Lincoln and Doctor Gurlej-. Abr. Lin- 
coln guar., 5: 3-24 (Mar), notes. Re- 
lations of Lincoln with the New York 
Avenue Presbyterian Church, Washing- 
ton, and its minister, Phineas D. Gurley, 
1861-65. [3176 

John Henry Cramer. Lincoln under 
enemy fire: the complete account of his 
experiences during Early's attack on 
Washington [Jul. 1864]. Baton Rouge: 
Louisiana State Univ. Press [1948]. xv, 
[5], 138 p. ports., views. bibliog. 
(p. 125-130), notes. [3177 

Sherman Day Wakefield. Abraham 
Lincoln and the Bixby letter [Nov. 21, 
1864. N. Y., 1948.] 18 p. facsims. 

[3178 

M[ary A. B[enjamin]. Lincoln's finger- 
print. Collector, 61: 265-267 (Dec). 



facsim. Describes a document dated 
Feb. 17, 1865. [3179 

Owen W. Parker. The assassination 
and gunshot wound of President Abraham 
Lincoln [Apr. 14, 1865]. Minn, med., 31: 
147-149, 156 (Feb). [3180 

Oscar Camille Becht. Washington, 14. 

April 1865. Saarlouis: Felten [1948]. 

210 p. port. bibliog. (p. 210). On 

Lincoln's assassination. [3181 

Nathan Besnick. Walt Whitman and 
the authorship of The good gray poet. 
Brooklyn: Long Island Univ. Press, 1948. 
[8], 38 p. notes. On incidents con- 
nected with The good gray poet: a vindica- 
tion, published in the name of William 
Douglas O'Connor, 1865-66. [3182 

Paul H. Oehser. George Brown Goode 
(1851-1896). Scientific 7no., 66: 195-205 
(Mar), ports., views. On Goode's con- 
nection with the Smithsonian Institution, 
1873-96. [3183 

Mabel B. Frost. Maud G. Sewall 
served Washington Church fifty years. 
Diapason, 40 (no. 1): 10 (Dec), port. 
On Maud Gilchrist Sewall as an organist 
and composer in Washington, 1889-1948. 

[3184 

Dorothy S. Waterhouse. Presidential 
china. Antiques, 54: 330-332 (Nov). 
views. On china collected in the White 
House, 1889 S., including that formerly 
owned by Washington and later Presi- 
dents. [3185 

Easter egg-rolling at the White House. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 168 (Mar). 
Describes a wash drawing by Louis Loeb, 
1893. [3186 

Pre- Octagon: stirrings in the young 
Institute that led to the establishment of 
headquarters in Washington — as told by 
excerpts from the recorded proceedings. 
Am. Inst. Architects, Jour., 10: 66-74 
(Aug), views. On the establishment of 
the American Institute of Architects in 
the Octagon, 1897-98. [3187 

Nelson BoUin Burr. A history of 
Saint Agnes' Episcopal Church, Wash- 
ington, D. C. [1901-47. Wash.? 1948.] 
61 p. views. "Sources used in writing 
this history" (p. 60-61). [3188 



195 



John A. Beed. Statistical analysis of 
deaths among diabetics in the District of 
Columbia for a period of 42 years (1903- 
1944 inclusive). Med. ann. Dist. Col., 17: 
262-271, 309 (May). [3189 

Albert Hoyt Taylor. The first twenty- 
five years of the Naval Research Labora- 
tory [1915-48]. Wash.: Navy Dept. 
[1948]. vii, 75 p. ports., views. (Na- 
vexos P-549.) [3190 

E. B. McKinley. The Industrial College 
of the Armed Forces. QM rev., 27 (no. 5) : 
30-31, 106-108 (Mar- Apr), port. On 
the Army Industrial College, established 
in 1924 and redesignated in 1946. [31 91 

John W. Norwood. Reflections of a 
trial examiner. Fed. bar jour., 10: 44-68 
(Oct), notes. Reminiscences of a trial 
examiner for the Federal Trade Com- 
mission, 1929-48. [3192 

Victoria Henrietta (Kugler) Nesbitt. 
White House diary. By Henrietta Nes- 
bitt, F. D. R.'s housekeeper. Garden 
City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. [6], 314 
p. On housekeeping in the White House, 
1933-45. [3193 

Gladys Sellew & C . J. Nuesse. Recent 
changes in Washington alley slums [1935- 
48]. Social forces, 27: 61-67 (Oct), 
notes. [3194 

The Sedition Trial: a study in delay and 
obstruction. Univ. Chicago law rev., 15 
691-702 (spring), notes. Trial in Wash- 
ington, Jan.-Nov. 1944. [3195 

NORTH CAROLINA 

Statewide History 

Hugh T aim age Lefler, ed. North 
Carolina history told by contemporaries 
[1524-1947]. Chapel Hill: Univ. of North 
CaroUna Press [1948]. xv, 502 p. "Select 
bibliography" (p. 485-491). Second edi- 
tion, revised and enlarged. First pub- 
lished 1934. [3196 

Qeorge Barton Cutten, The silver- 
smiths of North Carolina [1739-1850]. 
Raleigh: State Dept. of Archives and 
History, 1948. v, 93 p. facsims., views, 
notes. [3197 



Leslie Hubert Brown. Genealogy of 
the Farrior family. Wilmington, N. C, 
1948. [2], 345 p. bibliog. (p. 336-337). 
On the descendants, mainly in North 
Carolina, of James Farrior (ca. 1706-ca. 
1770), who had settled in North Carolina 
by 1740. [3198 

Clifford Beginald Hinshaw, Jr. North 
Carolina canals before 1860 [1787-1860]. 
A^. C. hist, rev., 25: 1-56 (Jan), tables, 
notes. [3199 

Gilbert L. Lycan. Alexander Hamilton 
and the North Carolina Federalists 
[1787-1800]. A^. C. hist, rev., 25: 442- 
465 (Oct), notes. [3200 

A plea for Federal union. North Caro- 
lina, 1788: a reprint of two pamphlets. 
With an introduction by Hugh T[almage] 
Lefler. Charlottesville: Tracy W. , 
McGregor Library, Univ. of Virginia, 
1947 [i. e. 1948]. 79 p. "Bibliographical 
note" (p. 75-76). Contents. — To the 
people of the State of North Carolina, by 
a citizen of North Carolina (James 
Iredell). — To the people of the District 
of Edenton, by a citizen and soldier 
(unidentified). [3201 

Elizabeth Stone Hoyt. Reactions in 
North Carolina to Jackson's banking 
policy, 1829-1832. A^. C. hist, rev., 25: 
167-178 (Apr), notes. [3202 

L. L. Carpenter. How North Carolina 
Baptists work together [1830-1947]. 
Quar. rev. (Bapt.), 8 (no. 2): 8-14 (2d 
quarter), diagr., ports. [3203 

Hugh Talmage Lefler. Thomas Atkin- 
son [1807-81], third Bishop of North 
Carolina. P. E. Church, Hist, mag., 17: 
422-434 (Dec). On Atkinson as Bishop 
of North Carolina, 1853-81. [3204 

Bichard Walser. North Carolina short 
stories. A'. C. hist, rev., 25: 206-211 
(Apr). On North Carolina writers of 
short stories, 1859-1946. [3205 

B. H. Nelson. Some aspects of Negro 
life in North Carolina during the Civil 
War [1861-65]. A^. C. hist, rev., 25: 
143-166 (Apr). notes. [3206 



196 



William H. Bobbitt. The rotation of 
Superior Court judges [1868-1948]. N. C. 
law rev., 2Q: 335- 3i9 (J un). notes. [3207 

Leonard Stewart Powers. Municipal 
corporations — tort liability — notice of 
injury requirements [1875-1948]. A''. C. 
law rev., 27: 145-153 (Dec), notes. 

[3208 

John Qoodall Garth. Sixty years of 
home missions in the Presbyterian Synod 
of North Carolina. [Charlotte? 1948?] 
86 p. ports., views. On North Carolina 
missions, 1888-1948, particularly the 
work of Dr. Ernest Eugene Gillespie 
(born 1869). [3209 

Carrie B. Wilson. History of the 
North CaroHna State Division of the 
American Association of University Wom- 
en, 1927-1947. Greensboro: Printed by 
Riser Print. Co., -=1948. vi, 77 p. [3210 

Lucile K. Boyden. North Carolina's 
State Symphony. State govt., 21: 34-36 
(Feb). On the North Carohna Sym- 
phony Society, 1932-48. [3211 

Local History 

Richard Hakluyt, ed. Explorations, 
descriptions, and attempted settlements 
of CaroUna, 1584-1590. Edited by David 
Leroy Corbitt. Raleigh: State Dept. of 
Archives and History, 1948. v, 136 p. 
port., views. Reprinted from Voyages, 
navigations, traffiques, and discoveries of 
the English nation, collected by Richard 
Hakluyt, v. 3. Narratives and letters by 
members of Raleigh's expeditions to 
North Carolina. [3212 

Lina H. Robinson. Tryon's Palace. 
D. A. R. mag., 82:1752-753 (Oct). On 
buildings erected in New Bern, N. C, 
under the supervision of John Hawks, 
1767-70. [3213 

Oaths of allegiance — Rowan County, 
North CaroUna [1778]. D. A. R. mag., 
82: 208-209 (Mar). [3214 

Alice Barnwell Keith. John Gray and 
Thomas Blount, merchants, 1783-1800. 
N. C. hist, rev., 25: 194^205 (Apr), 
notes. On a partnership with head- 
quarters at Wilmington, trading along 



the coast, to the West Indies, and to 
Europe. [3215 

Walter M. Stearng. Haywood Hall. 
[Raleigh] Wake Co. Committee of the 
North Carolina Society of the Colonial 
Dames of America, "1948. 12 p. view. 
On John Haywood (1755-1827) and the 
Haywoods of Haywood Hall, Raleigh, 
N. C, built 1792. [3216 

D. L. Corbitt, ed. The Robert J. 
Miller letters, 1813-1831. N. C. hist, rev., 
25: 485-521 (Oct), notes. Letters to 
the Rev. Robert Johnston Miller from 
Adam Empie, Bishop John Stark Ravens- 
croft, George W. Freeman, William M. 
Green,- and William D. Cairns, Nov. 22, 
1813-Jan. 17, 1831, relating to "the 
efforts to revive the Protestant Episcopal 
Church in North Carohna and to the 
work of that church in the western part 
of the state the years following the 
election of Bishop Ravenscroft in 1823." 

[3217 

Hugh Luckey. Letters from Hugh 
Luckey, Raleigh hatter, 1843. Edited 
by D. L. Corbitt. N. C. hist, rev., 25: 
179-192 (Apr), notes. ' Letters to Wil- 
liam Reid, Norfolk, Va., dated Feb. 2- 
Dec. 1, 1843. [3218 

Richard Bardolph. A North Carolina 
farm journal of the middle 'fifties. iV. C. 
hist, rev., 25: 57-89 (Jan), notes. On 
the Arator, published at Raleigh, 1855-57, 
by Thomas J. Lemay. [3219 

Elton C. Cocke. A brief history of the 
Department of Biology of Wake Forest 
College [1855-1949]. Bios, 19: 179-184 
(Oct), ports., view. [3220 

The Vinson Confederate letters. Edited 
by Hugh Buckner Johnston. A^. C. hist, 
rev., 25: 100-110 (Jan), notes. Letters 
from Uriah T., Daniel J., and Benjamin 
W. Vinson and from Charles Croom, 
Jan. 27, 1863-Sep. 2, 1864, all but the 
last two letters dated in North Carolina. 

[3221 

North Carolina. Dept. of Conservation 
and Development. Division of Water Re- 
sources and Engineering. Hydrologic 
data on the Yadkiu-Pee Dee River Basin, 
1866-1945. Prepared in cooperation with 



197 



United States Geological Survey and 
United States Weather Bureau. [Raleigh] 
1948. [4], 172 p. diagrs., maps, tables. 
Includes only the North Carolina part of 
the area. [3222 

Herbert G. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 3 — Salem Academy and College. 
D. A. R. mag., 82: 584-587 (Aug), view. 
On a Moravian institution in Winston- 
Salem, 1772-1948. [3223 

John Witthoft. Will West Long [1870- 
1 947], Cherokee informant. A m. anthrop. , 
50: 355-359 (Apr-Jun). port. On 
Long's life in Qualla Reservation, western 
North Carolina, and his services as in- 
formant and translator for James Mooney 
and other investigators of Cherokee lore, 
1887-1947. [3224 

Thomas H. Spence, Jr. The story of 
our church home. Presbyt. survey, 38: 
172-173 (Apr). On Montreat, mountain 
retreat of Southern Protestants, 1897- 

1947. [3225 

James K. Hutsell. Thomas Wolfe and 
"Altamont." South, packet, 4 (no. 4): 
1-11 (Apr), facsim., ports., views. Anec- 
dotes and reminiscences of the novelist 
and his family, 1900-1938. [3226 

Hight C. Moore. The dream and the 
dawn. Quar. rev. (Bapt.), 8 (no. 2): 
47-56 (2d quarter), ports. On the 
Southern Baptist Assembly, at a point 
named Blue Mont, later Ridgecrest, 
N. C. 1905-48. [3227 

John B. Woods. Biltmore days. Am. 
forests, 54: 452-453, 469-470 (Oct). 
port., views. Reminiscences of Biltmore 
Forest School, North Carolina, and its 
head, Dr. Carl Alwin Schenck, 1912-13. 

[3228 

John F. Fulton. Josiah C. Trent, 1914- 

1948. Jour. hist, med., 3: 467-472 
(autumn). port. On Josiah Charles 
Trent, Assistant Professor of Surgery, 
Duke University, with a list of his writings 
(50 titles). [3229 

James B. Craig. Blueprint for public 
service — the story of Grandfather Moun- 
tain. Am. forests, 54: 200-204, 236-237 
(May), map, views. On the activities 



of the Forest Service and the National 
Park Service in the Grandfather Moun- 
tain-Linville Gorge area of western North 
Carolina, 1918-48. [3230 

Agatha Boyd Adams. Paul Green 
[born 1894]: poet-playwright. Carolina 
guar., 1 (no. 1): 51-59 (fall). Analyzes 
Green's plays and dramatic methods, ca. 
1920-1948. [3230a 

Ancil D. HoUoway. Twelve years of 
fishing records from Lake Mattamuskeet 
[1934-47]. North Am. Wildlife Conf., 
Trans., 13: 474-480 (1948). diagrs. 

[3231 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

Statewide History 

Miriam Bellangee Wilson. Slave days 
[1619-ca. 1861], condensed from factual 
information gathered by Miriam Bel- 
langee Wilson. Charleston, S. C. : Old 
Slave Mart Foundation [1948]. 24 p. 
views, bibliog. (p. 24). [3232 

Elizabeth Miles Horlbeck. Nicholas 
Bochet. Htjg. Soc. S. C, Trans., 53: 
33-37. On Bochet and his wife Suzanne, 
residents of South Carolina by 1696, 
and their descendants of the first two 
generations. [3233 

Raven I. McDavid, Jr. Postvocalic 
/-r/ in South Carolina: a social analysis. 
Am. speech, 23: 194-203 (Oct-Dec). 
maps, notes. Includes historical ex- 
planation, ca. 1700-1948. [3234 

William Dobein James. A sketch of 
the life of Brig. Gen. Francis Marion and 
a history of his brigade from its rise in 
June 1780 until disbanded in December, 
1782, with descriptions of characters and 
scenes not heretofore published. Con- 
taining also an appendix with copies of 
letters which passed between several of 
the leading characters of that day, 
principally from Gen. Greene to Gen. 
Marion. Marietta, Ga. : Continental 
Book Co., 1948. [6], 182, 39 p. facsim. 
First pubhshed 1821. [3235 

Richard B. Morris. White bondage in 
ante-bellum South Carolina [1781-1861]. 
<S. C. hist, and geneal. mag., 49: 191-207 
(Oct), notes. [3236 



198 



History of the Medical College of the 
State of South Carolina [1821-1947]. 
Phi Chi guar., 45: 281-283 (May). 
view. [3237 

Paul Quattlebaum, comp. Quattle- 
baum: a Palatine family in South Caro- 
lina. <S'. C. hist, and geneal. mag., 49: 
41-56, 104-118, 170-186, 231-245 (Jan- 
Oct). Cont. These installments ca. 
1848-1948. [3238 

Mrs. J. R. Carson. Wade Hampton, 
1818-1902. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 7): 19, 
22 (Jul), port. On the military and 
political career of Gen. Wade Hampton 
III, 1861-97. [3239 

W. D. Workman, Jr. End of an era. 
S. C. mag., 11 (no. 9) : 10-11, 16-17 (Sep). 
On voting by Negroes in South Carolina, 
1866-1948, with particular reference to 
recent judicial decisions. [3240 

James Rion McEissick. "Men and 
women of Carolina": selected addresses 
and papers by J. Rion McKissick. 
Edited with an introduction by Frank 
H[arper] Wardlaw. Columbia: Univ. of 
South Carolina Press, 1948. xiii, 200 p. 
notes. (A. J. Rion McKissick memorial 
volume, no. 1.) Reminiscences of the 
boyhood of the author (1884-1944), his 
experiences in journalism, and his presi- 
dency of the University of South Carolina, 
1937-44; and sketches of South Carolina 
history. [3241 

History of the sweet potato in South 
Carolina [1915-48]. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 
10): 5, 36-38 (Oct), ports. [3242 

Mrs. J. Frost Walker. The story of 
Carolina's music clubs [1920-47]. S, C. 
mag., 11 (no. 1): 13, 22; (no. 2): 9; 
(no. 4): 22; (no. 5): 20-21 (Jan-Feb, 
Apr-May), ports., views. Concl. On 
the South Carolina Federation of Music 
Clubs. [3243 

U. S. Selective Service System. South 
Carolina. Selective Service in South 
Carolina, 1940-1947: an historical report, 
by Holmes B. Springs, State director, 
and members of the State headquarters 
staff. Columbia, 1948. xi, 177 p. ports., 
fold, table. [3244 



GUAHLESTON 

History of Charleston, South Carolina 
[1670-1947]. Phi Chi guar., 45: 287-296 
(May), views. Includes "Presenting a 
portfolio of Charleston views." [3245 

Mary Ralls Dockstader. The Hey- 
ward- Washington House. Antiques, 53: 
205-207 (Mar), views. On a house 
built in Charleston, ca. 1749. [3246 

Anna Wells Rutledge. Henry Ben- 
bridge (1743-1812?): American portrait 
painter. Am. collector, 17 (no. 9): 8-10, 
23; (no. 10): 9-11, 23. ports, notes. 
On Benbridge as a painter, 1764 ff., 
chiefly in Charleston, S. C, with "Tenta- 
tive list of portraits in oil probably by 
Henry Benbridge," and "Tentative list 
of miniatures probably by Letitia Sage 
Benbridge." [3247 

Florence Thompson Howe. Antiques 
in Charleston: the home of Mr. and Mrs. 
Julien Mitchell. Antiques, 53: 202-204 
(Mar), views. On a house built by 
Thomas Savage, 1768. [3248 

"So much valour" — Charleston, 1776. 
Month at Goodspeed's, 19: 190-192 (Mar), 
facsim. Reproduces and comments on a 
resolution of Congress, Jul. 20, 1776, relat- 
ing to the defense of Sullivan's Island, in 
Charleston Harbor. [3249 

Ebenezer Kellogg. Ebenezer Kellogg's 
visit to Charleston, 1817. Edited by 
Sidney Walter Martin. S. C. hist, and 
geneal. mag., 49: 1-14 (Jan). notes. 
Excerpts relating to Charleston from a 
diary of a journey from Williamstown, 
Mass., to Charleston and Savannah, Nov. 
6, 1817-Mar. 13, 1818. [3250 

Barthelemi Semin du Moulin de la 
Barthelle de Montlezun, Baron de 
Montlezun. A Frenchman visits Charles- 
ton, 1817. Edited by Lucius Gaston 
Moffatt and Joseph Medard Carriere. 
»S'. C. hist, and geneal. mag., 49: 131-154 
(Jul), notes. Extract, Apr. 3-26, 1817, 
translated from Moutlezun's Souvenirs 
des Antilles (Paris, 2 v., 1818). [3251 

Elizabeth Heyward Jervey, comp. Mar- 
riage and death notices from the City 
gazette of Charleston, S. C. S. C. hist. 



199 



and yeneal. mag., 49: 15-22, 76-87, 155- 
162, 208-215 (Jan-Oct). Cont. and to 
be cont. These installments: Aug. 24, 
1821-Sep. 10, 1822. [3252 

John M. Lofton, Jr. Denmark Vesey's 
call to arms. Jour. Negro hist., 33: 395- 
417 (Oct), notes. On a plan for a slave 
revolt in and around Charleston, S. C, 
1822. [3253 

Anna Wells Rutledge. Henry Boune- 
theau (1797-1877): Charleston, S. C, 
miniaturist. A7n. collector, 17 (no. 6): 
12-15, 23 (Jul). ports. notes. On 
Henry Breintnal Bounetheau, with a 
checklist of "miniatures by Henry B. 
Bounetheau," 1824-67, and of works by 
his wife, Julia Clarkson (Dupre) Boune- 
theau, 1841-57. [3254 

William Way. The history of Grace 
Church, Charleston, South Carolina: 
the first hundred years. Charleston, 
1948. xiv, 208 p. ports., view. His- 
tory of an Episcopalian church, 1845- 
1946. [3255 

A cotton factory of the ante-bellum South. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 160 (Mar). 
Describes a lithograph by Theodore 
Rabuske, ca. 1856, showing a Charleston 
cotton factory. [3256 

Augustine T. Smythe. The earth- 
quake in Charleston, 1886, as reported 
in letters of the Smythe family. Con- 
tributed by Mrs. Anton Wright. S. C. 
hist, and geneal. mag., 49: 69-75 (Apr). 

[3257 

Jack Foster. Palmetto profiles: W. W. 
Ball. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 3): 14, 27 
(Mar), port. On William Watts Ball 
as assistant editor and editor of the 
Charleston news and courier, 1902-13, 
1927-48. [3258 

Steve Libby. South Carohnians in the 
entertainment world. S. C. mag., 11 
(no. 10): 34-35 (Oct), port. On Du 
Bose Hey ward as a playwright, 1935 ff. 

[3259 

Thomas J. Tobias. The Port of Charles- 
ton. Nautical gaz., 142 (no. 8): 16-19 
(Aug), ports. Description, with occa- 
sional historical references, 1942-48. 

[3260 



Other Local History 

Jasper County: a center of diverse 
interests. S. C. mag. [11 (no. 1)]: 14-15 
(Jan), views. Description with occa- 
sional historical references, 1540-1947. 

[3261 

Joseph R. Caldwell. Palachacolas 
Town, Hampton County, South Carolina. 
Wash. Acad. Sci., Jour., 38: 321-324 
(Oct), views, notes. On a site occupied 
only within the period 1680-1716 by a 
band of Appalachicola Indians. [3262 

V. H. Ingle. Berkeley County: an his- 
torical past — an industrial future. S. C. 
mag., 11 (no. 7): 20-21, 26 (Jul), ports., 
views. Description with occasional his- 
torical references, ca. 1715-1948. [3263 

G. E. McGrew, comp. Epitaphs from 
Duncan's Creek Presbyterian Church 
[1766-1850]. S. C. hist, and geneal. mag., 
49: 225-230 (Oct). [3264 

Beulah Glover. Temple of Sports in 
Colleton. ,S. C. hist., 11 (no. 2): 8, 20 
(Feb). On a structure built by Col. 
Barnard Elliott, ca. 1768. [3265 

W. D. Workman, Jr. The Frenchman's 
school: oldest agricultural and industrial 
school in nation located in IMcCormick 
County. S. C. mag., [11 (no. 1)]: 5, 21 
(Jan), view. On the John de la Howe 
Industrial School, formerly the Lethe 
Agricultural Seminary, McCormick Co., 
S. C, 1797-1947. " [3266 

Harriet Hefner Cook. Fort Hill, John 
C. Calhoun shrine, Clemson College, 
South Carolina. [Clemson, <=1948.] 35 p. 
ports., views. On a house built 1802-3, 
occupied by Calhoun ca. 1826-1850, and 
recently restored. [3267 

Mrs. J. R. Carson. The Pakenham 
legend — -another version of the body in 
the barrel. S. C. mag., 1 1 (no. 10) : 32-33 
(Oct). On the alleged burial of Gen. Sir 
Edward Michael Pakenham, killed Jan. 
8, 1815. [3268 i 

W. D. Workman, Jr. The body in the ' 
barrel. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 7): 7 (Jul), 
view. On the alleged burial of Gen. Sir 
Edward Michael Pakenham, British 



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Army (killed Jan. 8, 1815) at a point 
near the line between Fairfield Co. and 
Chester Co., S. C, after his remains were 
removed from a cask of brand}-. [3269 

Paul Hamilton Hayne. Paul Hamilton 
Hayne writes to the granddaughter of 
Patrick Henry. [Edited] by D. M. 
McKeithan. Ga. hist, guar., 32: 22-28 
(Mar), notes. Two letters dated May 
18, 1854, and Charleston, May 6, 1859, 
on the author's health, literary matters, 
and other subjects. [3270 

Leslie H. Patterson. Revival of an 
old interest. Presbyt. survey, 38: 302-303 
(Jul), views. On Presbyterian churches 
in Florence, S. C, 1860-1948. [3271 

Van Dyk MacBride. More about pris- 
oner-of-war covers of Morris Island, Fort 
Pulaski— and of Hilton Head. Am. 
philatelist, 61: 697-706 (Jun). facsims., 
maps. On the imprisonment of 600 
Confederates near Charleston and Port 
Royal, Aug. 1864-Mar. 1865, and on 
postal covers from their prisons. [3272 

John William De Forest. A Union 
oflRcer in the Reconstruction . . . Edited, 
with an introduction and notes, by 
James H[enry] Croushore and David 
Morris Potter. New Haven : Yale Univ. 
Press, 1948. xxx, 211 p. notes. Ex- 
periences and observations of an agent 
of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and 
Abandoned Lands stationed at Green- 
ville, S. C, Oct. 1866-Dec. 1867. [3273 

C. S. Collins. Clemson's dream — reality 
for miUions. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 12): 
11-12 (Dec), port. On provisions made 
in the will of Thomas G. Clemson, 1887, 
for the founding of Clemson College. 

[3274 

Jack Foster. Five Points — a city within 
a city. S. C. mag., 11 (no. 2): 4-5 (Feb). 
ports., views. On a district of Columbia, 
S. C. 1921-48. [3275 

Deedie-May Austin. GaflFney offers a 
fine chapel pattern. Presbyt. survey, 38: 
101-105 (Mar), views. On Limestone 
Presbyterian Church, GaflFney, S. C, 
1937-48. [3276 



GEORGIA 

Statewide History 

Schuyler Medlock Christian. A sketch 
of the history of science in Georgia. 
Ga. rev., 2: 415-427 (winter). To be 
concl. This installment: the Cherokees' 
knowledge of nature, and the scientific 
activities of white persons, 1719-1830. 

[3277 

James Etheridge Callaway. The early 
settlement of Georgia [1732-1834]. 
Athens: Univ. of Georgia Press [1948]. 
vii, 138 p. bibliog. (p. 130-138), notes 
(p. 123-129). [3278 

Albert Berry Saye. A constitutional 
history of Georgia, 1732-1945. Athens: 
Univ. of Georgia Press [1948]. xi, 521 p. 
maps. bibliog. (p. 416-427), notes. 

[3279 

John Taylor Wheeler. Two hundred 
years of agricultural education in Georgia 
[1732-1948]. Danville, 111.: Interstate 
[1948. 8], 397 p. maps, ports., views, 
bibliogs. [3280 

Hortense S. Cochrane, Early treat- 
ment of the mentally ill in Georgia 
[1733-1841]. Ga. hist, guar., 32: 105-118 
(Jun). notes. [3281 

Samuel H. Sibley. Georgia's contribu- 
tion to law: the Lamars [1733-1948]. 
Ga. bar jour., 11: 5-17 (Aug). [3282 

John W. Babb. Scottish red Indians. 
Scots mag., 48: 273-280 (Jan), ports. 
On Indian descendants of Scottish High- 
landers who settled in Georgia, 1736-1835, 
particularly of Roderick M'Intosh, James 
M'Queen, and Lachlan M'Gillivray. 

[3283 

Isiah A. Woodward. The influence of 
the Bosomworth family on Anglo-Indian 
relations in colonial Georgia, 1745-1759. 
Quar. rev. higher educ. among Negroes, 16: 
83-89 (Apr), notes. [3284 

Albert Berry Saye. The elective fran- 
chise in Georgia. Ga. rev., 2: 434-446 
(winter). On the suffrage in Georgia, 
1751-1947. [3285 



201 



William H. Agnor. The grant of munic- 
ipal charters in Georgia [1758-1948]. 
Ga. bar jour., 11: 133-148 (Nov), notes. 

[3286 

Alex M. Hitz. Georgia's early laws of 
incorporation [1777-1877]. Ga. bar jour,, 
11: 156-174 (Nov), notes. Includes a 
list of some of the corporations created 
by the General Assembly of Georgia 
before 1877. [3287 

Jack K. Williams. Georgians as seen 
by ante-bellum English travelers [1820- 
60]. Ga. hist, qiiar., 32: 158-174 (Sep), 
notes. [3288 

Lewis Leary. John Howard Payne's 
Southern adventure: 1835. Lib. notes, 
no. 19 (Feb), p. 2-11. notes. On Payne's 
relations with the Cherokees, the Georgia 
National Guard, and the newspapers, 
1835-36. Includes three letters from 
Payne. [3289 

Inez Parker Curaming. Sweet with 
bitter: Georgia's peach. Ga. rev., 2: 
476-486 (winter). On peach-growing in 
Georgia, 1851-1948. [3290 

Confederate necrology. Ga. hist, guar., 
32: 68-70, 143-144, 230-231, 323-324 
(Mar-Dec). To be cont. These install- 
ments: obituaries of Confederate officers 
and enlisted men, reprinted from the 
Central Georgian (Sandersville), Feb. 11- 
Sep. 2, 1863. [3291 

Dewey Wesley Grantham, Jr. Georgia 
politics and the disfranchisement of the 
Negro [1877-1908]. Ga. hist, guar., 32: 
1-21 (Mar), notes. [3292 

Louise Dauner. Myth and humor in 
the Uncle Remus fables [1879-1906]. 
Atn. lit., 20: 129-143 (May). notes. 

[3293 

Mal-garet Gillis Figh. Folklore in 
Bill Arp's works. South, folklore guar., 
12: 169-175 (Sep), notes. On writings 
of Charles H. Smith collected in Bill 
Arp's scrap book (1884), Peace papers 
(1884), and The farm and the fireside 
(1891). [3294 

T. H. McHatton. The Georgia apple. 
Ga. rev., 2: 212-220 (summer). On apple- 
growing in Georgia, 1895-1948. [3295 



Franklin J. Meine. The sage of Shady 
Dale: a glance at Georgia's humorous 
hero, Billy Sanders, in the tales of Joel 
Chandler Harris. Emory Univ. guar., 4: 
217-228 (Dec), notes. Remarks on 
six stories, 1900-1907. [3296 

Arthur Q. Powell. The birth of the 
Court of Appeals of Georgia [1906-07]. 
Ga. rev., 2: 144—156 (summer), notes. 

[3297 

H. D. Russell. How to know one when 
you see him. Ga. rev., 2: 193-201 (sum- 
mer). On "the estimates of Georgia and 
Georgians to which Georgia soldiers of 
the late war listened during their service 
away from home." [3298 

Local History 

Robert Wauchope. The ceramic se- 
quence in the Etowah Drainage, north- 
west Georgia. Am. antig., 13: 201-209 
(Jan), views, notes. [3299 

Sir Robert Montgomery, Bart. Azilia: 
a discourse by Sir Robert Montgomery, 
1717, projecting a settlement in the 
colony later known as Georgia. Edited 
by J[ohn] Max Patrick. Atlanta: Li- 
brary, Emory Univ., 1948. 39 p. diagr., 
facsim. notes. (Sources & reprints, ser. 
4.) First published 1717. [3300 

William J. Robertson. Savannah. Ga. 
rev., 2: 487-496 (summer). History and 
description, 1733-1948. [3301 

Lillian Chaplin Bragg & Margaret 
Walton Godley. Stories of old Savan- 
nah: first series . . . with a special ar- 
ticle on the Savannah theater, by Charles 
Coburn. [Savannah] 1948. 35, [5] p. 
ports., views. Semifictional sketches of 
Savannah incidents and scenes, 1736- 
1931. [3302 

Arthur W. Clement. The problem of 
Andrew Duch6. Antiques, 53: 69-71 
(Jan). On Duch^ as a potter in Savan- 
nah, 1736-43. [3303 

Charles H. Fairbanks. Fort Frederica 
National Monument [1736-1945]. Emory 
Univ. guar., 4: 8-14 (Mar). [3304 

Clyde E. Buckingham. Early Ameri- 
can orphanages: Ebenezer and Bethesda. 



202 



Social j'oTces, 26: 311-321 (Mar), notes. 
On the Ebenezer Orphanage maintained 
by German immigrants, 1738-50, and the 
orphanage of Bethesda, estabhshed by 
the Rev. George Whitefield, 1737-1902. 

[3305 

Allen P. Tankersley. Midway District: 
a study of Puritanism in colonial Georgia. 
Ga. hist, guar., 32: 149-157 (Sep), map, 
ports., view, notes. On the Congrega- 
tional settlement in Midway, 1752-75. 

[3306 

Carl J. Weber. A ghost from a barber 
shop. New colophon, 1: 185-189 (Apr), 
facsim. On Oliver Hillhouse Prince, The 
ghost of Baron Steuben (Salem, 1807), 
relating to drill by rural militia, reprinted 
from a Georgia newspaper and apparently 
plagiarized by A. B. Longstreet and 
Thomas Hardy. [3307 

Andrew Jackson Ritchie. Sketches of 
Rabun County history, 1819-1948. 
[Clayton? Ga., 1948? 14], 503 p. map, 
ports., views. [3308 

Wilbur G. Kurtz. The elusive Benja- 
min Beckman. Atlanta hist, bul., 8: 
89-91 (Oct), port, notes. On the date 
of death of Beckman, who drew Land 
Lot 77 of the 14th District, Fulton Co., 
Ga., in the State lottery authorized in 
1821. [3309 

Edgar Watkins. Geography, railroads, 
and men made Atlanta [1828-1940]. At- 
lanta hist, bul., 8: 71-81 (Oct), map. 
notes. [3310 

Hal Steed. Atlanta. Ga. rev., 2: 98-108 
(spring). History and description, 1833- 
1948. [3311 

Alfred Jackson Hanna & Kathryn 
Trimmer (Abbey) Hanna. Lake Okee- 
chobee: wellspring of the Everglades 
[1837-1948]. Indianapohs: Bobbs-Mer- 
rill Co. [1948. 2], 379 p. maps, ports., 
views, notes (p. 359-365). (The Amer- 
ican lakes series.) [3312 

Creighton Gilbert. Emory portraits 
ii: four figures of the college campus. 
Emory Univ. guar., 4: 40-54 (Mar), 
notes. On portraits, 1841-48, of Ignatius 
Few (President of Emory University), 



George Cooke (painter), the Rev. William 
Sasnett (Professor), and Augustus B. 
Longstreet (President). [3313 

William Tappan Thompson. Enter 
Major Jones. [Edited by Henry Prentice 
Miller.] Emory Univ. guar., 4: 232-238 
(Dec). Fictitious letter from Joseph 
Jones, dated Pineville, May 28, 1842 
(reprinted from the Family companion 
and ladies' mirror, Jun. 1842), the earliest 
of the letters later collected in Major 
Jones's courtship. [3314 

Willard Range. The prince of Southern 
farmers. Ga. rev., 2: 92-97 (spring). On 
the activity of David Dickson, of Han- 
cock Co., Ga., in promoting the use of 
Peruvian guano as a fertilizer, 1845-85. 

[3315 

Elizabeth Hanleiter McCallie. At- 
lanta in the 1850's [1850-60]. Atlanta 
hist, bul, 8: 92-106 (Oct), notes. [3316 

J. R. Bratton. Letter of a Confederate 
surgeon on Sherman's occupation of Mil- 
ledgeville. Ga. hist, guar., 32: 231-232 
(Sep). Dated at Milledgeville, Ga., Nov. 
25, 1864. [3317 

Walter A. Harris. By right of con- 
quest: the Confederate Laboratory at 
Macon [1864-77]. Ga. bar jour., 10: 
428-436 (May). [3318 

Rufus Mead, Jr. With Sherman through 
Georgia and the Carolinas: letters of a 
Federal soldier. Edited by James A. 
Padgett. Ga. hist, guar., 32: 284-322 
(Dec). To be cont. Letters dated in 
Georgia, May 6-Sep. 28, 1864. [3319 

Varina Howell Davis. My dearest 
friend: a letter from Mrs. Jefferson Davis. 
[Edited by] Arthur Marvin Shaw. Southw. 
re?;., 33: 137-140 (spring), notes. Dated 
at Mill View, near Augusta, Ga., Oct. 3, 
1865. [3320 

Viola L. Jensen. Higher education for 
Negroes in Atlanta [1865-1946]. Atlanta 
hist, bul, 8: 107-111 (Oct). [3321 

Walter McElreath. When Atlanta was 
just a big town, and some of its characters 
[1865-1900]. Atlanta hisL bul, 8: 82-88 
(Oct). [3322 



203 



Ida Belle Williams. History of Tift 
County [1872-1948]. Macon, Ga.: 
Printed by J. W. Burke Co. [1948]. xx, 
503 p. fold, map, ports., views. Pre- 
pared for the Tift County Historical 
Society. [3323 

Marion Luther Brittain. The story of 
Georgia Tech. Chai)el Hill: Univ. of 
North Carolina Press [1948]. xiv, 385 p. 
ports., views, bibliog. (p. 365-366). On 
the Georgia School of Technology, At- 
lanta, 1882-1948. [3324 

George A. Towns. Phylon profile, xvi: 
Horace Bumstead, Atlanta University 
President (1888-1907). Phylon, 9: 109- 
114 (2d quarter). [3325 

Joseph Wtnthrop Holley. You can't 
build a chimney from the top: the South 
through the life of a Negro educator. 
N. Y.: William-Frederick Press, 1948. 
[10], 226 p. ports., views. Autobiog- 
raphy of an educator (born 1874), founder 
and president of Albany State College, 
Ga., 1903-43, with discussions of Negro 
problems. [3326 

Georgia. Franklin D. Roosevelt Warm 
Springs Memorial Commission. The story 
of the Little White House. [Warm 
Springs, 1948. 26] p. ports., views. On 
Roosevelt's connections with Warm 
Springs, Ga., 1924-45. [3327 

FLORIDA 

Statewide History 

J. Clarence Simpson. Folsom-like 
points from Florida. Fla. anthrop., 1: 
11-15 (May), map, view, notes. [3328 

Gordon R. Willey. The cultural con- 
text of the Crystal River negative-painted 
style. Am. antiq., 13: 325-328 (Apr), 
notes. On questions of prehistoric Flor- 
ida ceramics. [3329 

John M. Goggin. A revised temporal 
chart of Florida archeology [ca. 300-1800]. 
Fla. anthrop., 1: 57-60 (Nov), table, 
notes. [3330 

Hale G. Smith. Two historical archae- 
ological periods in Florida. Am. antiq., 
13: 313-319 (Apr), views, notes. On 



the St. Augustine period, 1565-1650, and 
the Leon-Jeflferson period, 1650-1725. 

[3331 

[Pedro de Hita Salazar.] Enumeration 
of Florida Spanish missions in 1675. 
With translations of documents, by Mark 
F. Boyd. Fla. hist, quar., 27: 181-188 
(Oct). Translation of two documents 
inclosed in a letter from the Governor of 
Florida to the Queen, dated San Augus- 
tine, Aug. 24, 1675. [3332 

Duvon C. Corbitt. Spanish relief policy 
and the East Florida refugees of 1763. 
Fla. hist, quar., 27: 67-82 (Jul), notes. 
Traces the subject to 1821. [3333 

Richard K. Murdoch. Governor Ces- 
pedes and the religious problem in East 
Florida, 1786-1787. Fla. hist, quar., 26: 
325-344 (Apr), notes. On the policy of 
Vicente Manuel de C^spedes regarding 
settlement of Protestants in Florida. 

[3334 

Wm. H. Rogers. Florida curative stat- 
utes. Fla. law jour., 22: 153-158 (May). 
On validating statutes pertaining to Flor- 
ida real estate, 1823-1931. [3335 

James R. Wilson & E. Martin Mc- 
Gehee. Probate claims in Florida [1828- 
1948]. Univ. Fla. law rev., 1: 1-26 
(spring), notes. [3336 

Philip N. Pierce & Lewis Meyers. 

The seven years war. Marine Corps 
gaz., 32 (no. 9): 32-38 (Sep), views. 
Operations of Marines under Col. Archi- 
bald Henderson in Florida, Dec. 1835- 
Aug. 1842, in a campaign to remove the 
Seminoles from the Everglades. [3337 

Jackson gives 'em the old hickory. 
Month at Goodspeed's, 19: 147-149 (Feb). 
Describes and reproduces in part a letter 
from Andrew Jackson to Richard Keith 
Call, Governor of Florida, May 25, 1836, 
on the Seminole War. [3338 

Karl A. Bickel. Robert E. Lee in 
Florida. Fla. hist, quar., 27: 59-66 (Jul). 
On Lee's visits to Florida, 1849-70. [3339 

Julius F. Parker. Problems in Florida 
and other coastal States caused by the 
California Tidelands decision [1853-1947]. 
Univ. Fla. law rev., 1: 44-60 (spring), 
notes. [3340 



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George Winston Smith. Carpetbag 
imperialism in Florida, 1862-1868. Fla. 
hist, quar., 27: 99-130 (Oct), notes. To 
be concl. [3341 

Edward C. Williamson. Independent- 
ism: a challenge to the Florida Democracy 
of 1884. Fla. hist, guar., 27: 131-156 
(Oct), notes. [3342 

Roger J. Waybright. Whj- a constitu- 
tional amendment relating to juvenile 
courts? Fla. law jour., 22: 308-312 
(Nov), notes. On juvenile courts in 
Florida, 1911-47. [3343 

Bussell H. Mcintosh. Decrees and 
judgments awarding custody of children 
in Florida [1921-48]. Univ. Fla. law 
rev., 1: 360-376 (fall), notes. [3344 

J. Allen Smith. The doctrine of re- 
crimination in Florida [1925-48]. Univ. 
Fla. law rev., 1: 62-69 (spring), notes. 

[3345 

Richard H. Hunt. Aviation and air- 
ports in Florida. Fla. law jour., 22: 72-79 
(Mar), notes. Summary of State air- 
port laws, 1928-47. [3346 

Ed. R. Linn. Florida's forests are dif- 
ferent. Am. forests, 54: 76-78, 94 (Feb). 
views. On forestry in Florida, ca. 1935- 
1948. [3347 

Local History 

Gordon R. Willey. Culture sequence in 
the Manatee region of west Florida. Am. 
antiq., 13: 209-218 (Jan), notes. [3348 

Ross Allen. The Big Circle mounds. 
Fla. anthrop., 1: 17-21 (May), map, 
views. On mounds in the Everglades, 
believed to have been constructed by the 
Calusa Indians in the sixteenth century. 

[3349 

Pensacola is going places. Nautical gaz., 
142 (no. 6): 20-22, 24-26 (Jun). views. 
Description of the port of Pensacola, 
with historical references, 1528-1948. 

[3350 

Charles W. Spellman. The agriculture 
of the early North Florida Indians [1528- 
1774]. Fla. anthrop., 1: 37-60 (Nov). 
notes. [3351 



John L. Vollbrecht. The dramatic story 
of Spain's great 17th century fortress in 
Saint Augustine [1565-1948]. St. Augus- 
tine, Fla.: Printed by the Record Press 
["1948. 32] p. map, views. On the 
Castillo de San Marcos. [3352 

John W. GrifRn. Toward chronology 
on coastal Volusia County. Fla. anthrop., 
1: 49-56 (Nov), diagrs. notes. De- 
scription of four sites of Indian settle- 
ment, occupied ca. 1605. [3353 

Joseph de Zufiiga y Zerda. The siege 
of Saint Augustine by Governor Moore of 
South Carolina in 1702 as reported to the 
King of Spain by Don Joseph de Zuniga 
y Zerda, Governor of Florida. Trans- 
lated by Mark F. Boyd. Fla. hist, guar., 
26: 345-354 (Apr). Dated St. Mark, 
Jan. 6, 1703. [3354 

Hale G. Smith. Results of an archaeo- 
logical investigation of a Spanish mission 
site in Jefferson County, Florida. Fla. 
anthrop., 1: 1-10 (May), views, notes. 
Excavations three miles southeast of 
Waukeenah, at the jjrobable site of the 
mission of San Francisco de Oconee, 
burned in 1704. [3355 

William G. Dodd. Early education in 
Tallahassee and the West Florida Semi- 
nary, now Florida State University [1827- 
60]. Fla. hist, guar., 27: 1-27, 157-180 
(Jul-Oct). notes. [3356 

Karl Hiram Grismer. The story of St. 
Petersburg: the history of lower Pinellas 
Peninsula and the Sunshine City [ca. 
1831-1948]. St. Petersburg, Fla.: P. K. 
Smith [1948]. 418 p. facsim., map, 
ports., views. "Who's who in St. Peters- 
burg" (p. 269-418). [3357 

Nelson Klose. Dr. Henry Perrine [1797- 
1840]: tropical plant enthusiast. Fla. 
hist, guar., 27: 189-201 (Oct), notes. 
On efforts to develop an agave industry 
in Florida, 1832-40. [3358 

Frangois de la Porte, Comte de Castel- 
nau. Comte de Castelnau in middle 
Florida, 1837-1838. Translated by Ar- 
thur R. Seymour. Fla. hist, guar., 26: 
300-324 (Apr), views, notes. "Notes 
concerning two itineraries from Charles- 
ton to Tallahassee," from Bulletin de la 



205 



SociiU de G6ographie, v. 18, ser. 2 (1842); 
and excerpt from Vues et souvenirs de 
I'Amirique du Nord (Paris, 1842). [3359 

Frangois de la Porte, Comte de Castel- 
nau. Essay on middle Florida, 1837- 
1838 (Essai sur la Floride du milieu) . . . 
Translated by Arthur R. Seymour. Fla. 
hist, quar., 26: 199-255 (Jan), views, 
notes. From Nouvelles annates des voy- 
ages et des sciences g^ographiques, ex, 4 
(1843): 129-208. [3360 

H. H. Parker. The Battle of Okee- 
Chobee [Dec. 25, 1837]. Am. philatelist, 
61: 808-810 (Jul), facsim. [3361 

W. T, Cash. Taylor County history and 
Civil War deserters. Fla. hist, quar., 27: 
28-58 (Jul) . notes. Reviews the history 
of Taylor Co., Fla., 1839-65. [3362 

E. Q. Allaben. St. Augustine in 1841 
was different. Hobbies, 53 (no. 2): 105 
(Apr). Letter dated St. Augustine, Oct. 
8, 1841, describing the town. [3363 

The Port of Tampa. Nautical gaz., 142 
(no. 6): 36-39 (Jun). map. Descrip- 
tion, with occasional historical references, 
1845-1948. [3364 

Junius E. Dovell. The Everglades: a 
Florida frontier. Agric. hist., 22: 187-197 
(Jul), map. Summary of thesis — Univ. 
of North Carolina. On reclamation and 
development of the Everglades, 1847- 
1947. [3365 

Richard Alston Speissegger. Early 
history of New Augustine. St. Augus- 
tine, 1948. [2], 31 p. History of a town 
in St. Johns Co., Fla., 1852-1948, and of 
the St. Augustine and Palatka Railway 
Co., 1885-88. [3366 

Secession in Florida: Pensacola on its 
own. Fla. hist, quar., 283-299 (Apr), 
notes. Notes and documents, 1861-62. 

[3367 

Sydney Greenbie. Florida's west coast. 
Holiday, 3 (no. 1): 18-37, 118-126 (Jan), 
ports., views (part col.). Describes St. 



Petersburg, Tampa, Tarpon Springs, and 
Sarasota, with occasional historical refer- 
ences, 1885-1948. [3368 

Sidney Walter Martin. Flagler's asso- 
ciates in East Florida developments. 
Fla. hist, quar., 26: 256-263 (Jan), notes. 
On the work of Henry M,. Flagler in 
Florida, 1885-1912, and his associates 
Dr. Andrew Anderson, Joseph R. Parrott, 
James E. Ingraham, William R. Kenan, 
Jr., William K. Beardsley, and others. 

[3369 

Joseph Lawren. The sponge capital of 
America. Travel, 91 (no. 1): 23-25, 34 
(May), views. On Tarpon Springs and 
its Greek-American sponge industry, 
1889-1948. [3370 

[Daniel B. Beard, Earl M. Semingsen, 
& C. B. yinten.] Florida's royal palm 
forest. Natl, parks mag., 22 (no. 95): 
32-34 (Oct- Dec). On Fahkahatchee [sic] 
Slough, 1906-48, containing "the largest 
stand of royal palms in the United 
States." [3371 

Devereux Butcher. Going, going — 
Florida's royal palm-big cypress forest. 
Natl, parks mag., 22 (no. 93): 3-7 (Apr- 
Jun). views. On a forest in Faka- 
hatchee [sic] Slough, eight miles north of 
the town of Everglades, 1906-48. [3372 

Harold A. Scott. Central and southern 
Florida flood control [ca. 1906-1948]. 
Mil. engineer, 40: 502-505 (Nov), map, 
views. [3373 

E. Morton Miller. A brief history of 
the Botany and Zoology department at 
University of Miami, Florida [1926-48]. 
Bios, 19: 86 (May). [3374 

E. F. Knipling. Insect control investi- 
gations of the Orlando, Fla., laboratory 
during World War ii. Smithsoni.\n 
Inst., Rep., 1948, p. 331-338. views. Re- 
searches conducted under the Bureau of 
Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Agri- 
cultural Research Administration, U. S. 
Dept. of Agriculture, 1942-45. [3375 



206 



The Gulf States 



Henri Folmer, ed. Report on Louis de 
Saint Denis' intended raid on San Antonio 
in 1721. Souihw. hist, quar., 52: 83-88 
(Jul), notes. Anonymous report (French 
text and English translation) on "a proj- 
ect to pursue the Spaniards as far as 
San Antonio, probably with the intention 
of destroying this Spanish settlement." 

[3376 

R. Woods Moore. The role of the 
Baron de Bastrop in the Anglo-American 
settlement of the Spanish Southwest. 
La. hist, guar., 31: 606-681 (Jul), notes. 
On activities of Felipe Enrique Neri, 
Baron de Bastrop, in Spanish Louisiana 
and Texas, 1795-1827. [3377 

Fletcher M. Green. Transplanted 
Georgians: their roles in the development 
of the Gulf States [ca. 1825-ca. I860]. 
Emory Univ. quar., 4: 76-86 (Jun). [3378 

Eleanor Beatrice Carleton. The es- 
tablishment of the electric telegraph in 
Louisiana and Mississippi [1846-48]. La. 
hist, quar., 31: 425-490 (Apr), bibhog. 
(p. 487-490), notes. Thesis (m. a.)— 
Louisiana State Univ. [3379 

A. Hugh Moss. The diary of A. Hugh 
Moss, Coulie Croche, St. Landry Parish, 
Louisiana. [Lake Charles? La., 1948. 
4], 56 p. Reminiscences and diary of a 
volunteer in the C. S. Army in Louisiana 
and Mississippi, Mar. 1862- Jul. 1863, 
including the siege of Vicksburg. [3380 

ALABAMA 
Statewide History 

Walter Burgwyn Jones. Vignettes of 
Alabama history [1528-1939]. Ala. latv- 
yer, 9: 350-360 (Jul). [3381 

Peter J. Hamilton. The origin of Ala- 
bama laws [1800-1817]. Ala. lawyer, 9: 
346-349 (Jul). [3382 

J. Allen Tower. Alabama's shifting 
cotton belt [1808-1944]. Ala. rev., 1: 
27-38 (Jan), maps, notes. [3383 

Walter Burgwjni Jones, com p. Ala- 
bama lawyers, 1818-1948. Ala. lawyer. 



9: 123-190 (Apr). Alphabetical hst, with 
date of license to practice and place of 
residence at that date. [3384 

Clanton W. Williams, ed. Presidential 
election returns and related data for ante- 
bellum Alabama. Ala. rev., 1: 279-293 
(Oct). To be concl. This installment: 
tables showing vote by counties, 1824^40, 
with comments. [3385 

Bhoda Coleman Ellison. Early Ala- 
bama interest in Southern writers. Ala. 
rev., 1: 101-110 (Apr), notes. On the 
reading of the works of Southern writers 
in Alabama, 1839-60. [3386 

John Edward Thornton. Remedies 
available to owners of realty against 
purchasers at tax sales [1843-1947]. Ala. 
lawyer, 9: 7-53 (Jan), notes. [3387 

Elizabeth McTyeire Essler. The agri- 
cultural reform movement in Alabama, 
1850-1860. Ala. rev., 1: 243-260 (Oct), 
notes. [3388 

Elizabeth Bethel. The Freedmen's 
Bureau in Alabama. Jour. South, hist., 
14: 49-92 (Feb), notes. On agencies of 
the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and 
Abandoned Lands within Alabama, 1865- 
70. [3389 

John W. Lapsley. An effort to attract 
Dutch colonists to Alabama, 1869. Ed- 
ited by Frank E. Dykema. Jour. South, 
hist., 14: 247-261 (May), notes. Letter 
from the President of the Shelby Iron 
Company to the Rev. Albertus C. Van 
Raalte, founder of the Dutch colony at 
Holland, Mich., dated Shelby Co., Ala., 
Mar. 6, 1869. [3390 

Emily Owen. Thomas E[rby] Kilby 
[1865-1943] in local and State govern- 
ment. [Anniston? Ala., 1948. 6], 96 p. 
ports. Based on thesis (m. a.) — Univ. of 
Alabama. On Kilby in public life, 1898- 
1923. [3391 

American Legion. Alabama. The 
American Legion in Alabama, 1919-1948. 
Compiled by Monte C[lay] SandUn, De- 
partment historian. [Montgomery? Ala.] 
1948. 424 p. col. coat of arms, ports., 
views. [3392 



938918—52- 



-16 



207 



Robert E. Steiner iii. The Alabama 
use tax and interstate commerce [1937- 
48]. Ala. lawyer, 9: 282-297 (Jul), notes. 

[3393 

Local History 

William Snyder Webb & David Lloyd 
De Jarnette. The Flint River site, Ma 
48. University, Ala., 1948. map, views, 
notes. (Alabama Museum of Natural 
History. Museum paper 23.) Describes 
artifacts found in a mound in Madison 
Co., Ala., dating chiefly from periods 
designated as Archaic (3) and Pottery 
(2). [3394 

William Snyder Webb & David Lloyd 
De Jarnette. The Perry site Lu 25, 
units 3 and 4, Lauderdale Co., Alabama. 
University, 1948. 69 p. map, views. 
(Alabama Museum of Natural History. 
Museum paper 25.) Describes artifacts 
dating from a period designated as Ar- 
chaic (1) and subsequently till the Pottery 
(3) period. [3395 

William Snyder Webb & David Lloyd 
De Jarnette. Little Bear Creek site Ct 
8, Colbert County, Alabama. Univer- 
sity, 1948. 64 p. maps, views. (Ala- 
bama Museum of Natural History. Mu- 
seum paper 26.) Describes artifacts 
found in a mound, dating from a period 
designated as Archaic (1) and subse- 
quently till the Pottery (3) period. [3396 

Caldwell Delaney. Remember Mobile 
[1519-1948]. Mobile, Ala., 1948. xii, 
242 p. views. "Sources" (p. 231-243). 

[3397 

Weymouth Tyree Jordan. Ante-bel- 
lum Mobile: Alabama's agricultural em- 
porium [1702-1860]. Ala. rev., 1: 180- 
202 (Jul), notes. [3398 

Malcolm Cook McMillan. The selec- 
tion of Montgomery as Alabama's capital 
[1817-47]. Ala. rev., 1: 79-90 (Apr), 
notes. [3399 

Montgomery, Ala. Extracts from the 
records of the City of Montgomery, 
Alabama, 1 820- 1821. Edited by Clanton 
W. Williams. Ala. rev., 1: 128-142 (Apr). 
notes. [3400 



Emmett B. Carmichael, Josiah Clark 
Nott [1804-73]. Bui. hist, med., 22: 
249-62 (May-Jun). port. "Bibliography 
of Josiah Clark Nott" (p. 255-259), 
"Bibliography" (p. 259-262), notes. On 
Nott as a physician and surgeon in 
Mobile, 1836-73. [3401 

John Horry Dent. Advice to an over- 
seer: extracts from the 1840-1842 planta- 
tion journal of John Horry Dent. Edited 
by W. Stanley Hoole. Ala. rev., 1: 50-63 
(Jan), notes. Describes journals kept 
by Dent in Barbour Co., Ala., and prints 
three letters of instruction to his over- 
seers (Sep. 10, 1840, [Oct. 1840], Mar. 13, 
1841). [3402 

Weymouth Tyree Jordan. Hugh Davis 
[1811-62] and his Alabama plantation. 
University: Univ. of Alabama Press, 1948. 
[8], 177 p. bibhog. (p. 169-172), notes. 
Plantation of Beaver Bend, Perry Co., 
1848-1901, studied as illustrating the 
history of the cotton industry. [3403 

James Monroe Torbert. James M. 
Torbert's 1848 day book. Edited by 
Peter A. Brannon. Ala. rev., 1: 226-235 
(Jul), notes. Extracts from a diary 
kept by Torbert on his Alabama planta- 
tion. [3404 

John Shields Coleman. Josiah Morris 
(1818-1891): Montgomery banker whose 
faith built Birmingham. N. Y.: New- 
comen Society of England, American 
Branch, 1948. 28 p. port, notes. On 
Morris as a banker in Alabama, 1852-91. 

[3405 

David Rankin Barbee. America's first 
wonder-child: Willie Pape of Mobile, 
Alabama. Musical digest, 30 (no. 4): 
10-12 (Apr), ports., view. On Pape 
(1850-1901) as a boy pianist and com- 
poser, 1857 fT., and later as a physician. 

[3406 

Frank E. Vandiver. The Shelby Iron 
Company in the Civil War [1862-65]: a 
study of a Confederate industry. Ala. 
rev., 1: 12-26, 111-127, 203-2 iV (Jan- 
Jul). notes. [3407 

Mildred Bamett Mitcham. A tale in 
the making: the face in the window 
South, folklore guar., 12: 241-257 (Dec)' 



208 



notes. On a legend originating in 1878 
when Henry Wells, awaiting trial at 
Carrollton, Ala., was alleged to have 
been photographed by lightning on a 
window in the garret of the court house 
while looking down on a mob. Includes 
texts of "Twelve variants of the Carroll- 
ton legend." [3408 

James S. Cantrell. The Third Presby- 
terian Church (Brother Bryan's Church), 
Birmingham, Alabama [1884—1948]. 
Presbyt. survey, 38: 410-414 (Sep), views. 

[3409 

Viola Goode Liddell. With a Southern 
accent. Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma 
Press, 1948. [10], 261 p. map. Rem- 
iniscences of girlhood in Alabama, ca. 
1895-1922. [3410 

The McCurdys of Alabama. Tenn. 
walking horse, 4 (no. 3): 14-16 (Jul), 
ports., view. On Doctor F-79 (sired 
1905) and horses descended from him, 
owned by Ed S. McCurdy and George 
McCurdy of Lowndesboro, Ala. [3411 

MISSISSIPPI 
Statewide History 

William B. Hamilton. Politics in the 
Mississippi Territory [1797-1809]. Hunt- 
ington Lib. guar., 11: 277-291 (May). 
notes. [3412 

V. A. Qrith. The new Mississippi 
Civil Practice Act — its background and 
efifect [1822-1948]. Miss, law jour., 20: 
1-26 (Dec), notes. [3413 

Alfred H. Stone. A Mississippian's view 
of civil rights. States rights, and the 
Reconstruction background. Jour. Miss, 
hist., 10: 181-239 (Jul). Reprints several 
documents, 1867-1938, with comments. 

[3414 

Albert D. Kirwan. Apportionment in 
the Mississippi Constitution of 1890. 
Jour. South, hist., 14: 254-246 (May), 
notes. [3415 

Owen Palmer. Suspension of imposi- 
tion of sentence [1890-1948]. Miss, law 
jour., 19: 229-238 (Mar), notes. [3416 



Edgar J. Stephens, Jr. Search and 
seizure [1918-48]. Miss, law jour., 19: 
313-326 (Mar), notes. [3417 

Stewart C. Broome, Jr. The fee system 
in misdemeanor cases in the justice of 
the peace courts in Mississippi [1927-48]. 
Miss, law jour., 19: 342-350 (Mar), 
notes. [3418 

Ford W. Hall. The apphcation of the 
determinable fee theory in construing the 
Mississippi mineral lease [1939-48]. Miss, 
law jour., 19: 291-312 (Mar), notes. 

[3419 
Local History 

C. Fay Barnett. From Natchez to the 
azalea trail. Travel, 90 (no. 6): 14-17, 
32 (Apr), views. On Natchez, 1543- 
1948, with particular reference to historic 
houses. [3420 

Andrew C. Albrecht. Ethical precepts 
among the Natchez Indians [1682-1730]. 
La. hist, guar., 31: 569-597 (Jul), notes. 

[3421 

Albert Eugene Casey, comp. Amite 
County, Mississippi, 1699-1865. Volume 
I. Birmingham, Ala.: Published and 
bound privately through the Amite 
County Historical Fund, 1948. xv, 665 
p. diagrs., maps. Censuses, wills, mar- 
riage licenses, deeds, etc., compiled from 
records in the South and in Washington, 

D. C, and from printed sources. [3422 

Pierce Butler. The unhurried years: 
memories of the old Natchez region. 
[Baton Rouge] Louisiana State Univ. 
Press [1948]. xv, 198 p. views. His- 
tory of Laurel Hill, near Natchez, and the 
families who lived there, ca. 1770-ca. 
1900. [3423 

William B. Hamilton & William D. 
McCain, eds. Wealth in the Natchez 
region: inventories of the estate of Charles 
Percy, 1794 and 1804. Jour. Miss, hist., 
10: 290-316 (Oct), notes. [3424 

Laura D. S. Harrell, comp. Index, Will 
Book A, Claiborne County, Mississippi 
[1803-37]. Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 3-7 
(Jan). [3425 



209 



Pine Bidge, Miss. Washington Presby- 
terian Church. The first session book 
of the oldest Presbyterian church in 
Mississippi [Feb. 1807-May 1820]. Ed- 
ited by Walter B. Posey. Jour. Miss. 
hist., 10: 132-149 (Apr). [3426 

Amite County, Miss. Census of 
Amite County, Mississippi Territory, 
1810. Edited by William D. McCain. 
Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 150-171 (Apr). 
Taken by Cadesley Gayden, Assessor of 
Taxes, Amite Co. [3427 

Rogers W. Young. Andrew Jackson's 
movements on the lower Natchez Trace 
during and after the War of 1812 [1813- 
15]. Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 87-103 (Apr), 
notes. [3428 

William L. Hiemstra. Early Presby- 
terian missions among the Choctaw and 
Chickasaw Indians in Mississippi [1818- 
34]. Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 8-16 (Jan), 
notes. [3429 

Florence (Warfield) Sillers, comp. His- 
tory of Bolivar County, Mississippi [1836- 
1946]. . . . Edited by Wirt A[lfred] Wil- 
liams. Jackson: Printed by Hederman 
Bros. ["1948. 6], ix, 634 p. ports., 
views. [3430 

Lorenzo J. Greene. Self-purchase by 
Negroes in Cole County, Missouri. Midw. 
jour., 1: 83-85 (winter), notes. Three 
illustrative documents from the probate 
records of Cole Co., Mo., 1856-60. [3431 

Harris Qaylord Warren, comp. People 
and occupations in Port Gibson, 1860. 
Jour. Miss, hist., 10: 104-115 (Apr). 
"... List of adults resident in Port 
Gibson in 1860 according to the Eighth 
Census." [3432 

Walter Fishel. More about Ship Island, 
Mississippi. Am. philatelist, 61: 798-803 
(Jul), facsims. On the post office at 
Ship Island, Feb. 7-Aug. 13, 1862. [3433 

James Wilson Webb. Irwin Russell and 
folk literature. South, folklore guar., 12: 
137-149 (Jun). notes. On parallels be- 
tween several poems of Russell, from 
Negro sources in Claiborne Co., Miss., 
and other printed or oral versions, with 
several texts, ca. 1870 S. [3434 



Bobbie Neal Sumrall. A light on a hill: 
a history of Blue Mountain College. 
Nashville: Benson Print. Co. [1948, 
<=1947. 6], 172 p. ports., views. On a 
college at Blue Mountain, Miss., founded 
by Gen. Mark Perry Lowrey and ad- 
ministered after his death by his descend- 
ants, 1873-1945. [3435 

Willie D. Halsell. Migration into, and 
settlement of, Leflore County in the later 
periods, 1876-1920. Jour. Miss, hist., 
10: 240-260 (Jul), notes. [3436 

Q. S. Bryan. Reminiscences of Amory, 
Mississippi [1886-1947]. Jour. Miss, hist., 
10: 27-43 (Jan). [3437 

Mildred (Spurrier) Topp. Smile please. 
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1948. 
[8], 280 p. ports. Reminiscences, ap- 
parently fictitious in part, of girlhood in 
Mississippi, 1904-ca. 1913. [3438 

R. D. Bedinger. A "hot spot" in church 
extension. Presbyt. survey, 38: 28-31 
(Jan), view. On the Central Missis- 
sippi Presbytery, 1944-48, including 
Jackson. [3439 

LOUISIANA 

Statewide History 

C. H. Webb. Evidences of pre-pottery 
cultures in Louisiana. Am. antiq., 13: 
227-232 (Jan), views, notes. [3440 

Clarence John Laughlin. Louisiana 
plantation houses [ca. 1700-1861]. Mag. 
o/ori, 41:210-213 (Oct), views. [3441 

Clarence John Laughlin. Ghosts along 
the Mississippi: an essay in the poetic 
interpretation of Louisiana's plantation 
architecture. . . . One hundred photo- 
graphs by the author. N. Y.: C. Scrib- 
ner's Sons, 1948. [22] p. 100 views. 
On domestic architecture in Louisiana, 
1726-1859. [3442 

Joel L. Fletcher. Louisiana education 
since colonial days [1727-1948]. Lafa- 
yette: Southwestern Louisiana Institute 
[1948. 48] p. [3443 

Buford L. Pickens. Regional aspects 
of early Louisiana architecture [1734-ca. 
1800]. Soc. Architectural Historians, 
Jour., 7 (nos. 1-2): 33-36 (Jan-Jun). 
diagrs., views. [3444 



210 



C. Penrose St. Amant. A shurt history 
of Louisiana Baptists [1798-1948]. Na.sh- 
ville: Broadman Press [1948. 14], 142, 
[2] p. bibliog. (p. 141-142). [3445 

Florence Roos Brink. Literary travel- 
lers in Louisiana between 1803 and 1860. 
La. hist, quar., 31: 394-424 (Apr), bibliog. 
notes. Thesis (m. a.) — Louisiana State 
Univ., 1930. [3446 

Samuel B. Qroner. Louisiana law: its 
development in the first quarter-century 
of American rule [1803-28]. La. law rev., 
8: 350-382 (Mar), notes. [3447 

Walter Prichard. Selecting a governor 
for the Territory of Orleans. La. hist, 
quar., 31: 269-293 (Apr), bibliog. (p. 
390-393), notes. On William Charles 
Cole Claiborne as Governor of the Ter- 
ritory of Orleans and of the State of 
Louisiana, 1803-16. [3448 

C. Knox Poole. Whose empire? Presbyt. 
survey, 38: 211-212, 232-234 (May). 
views. On the Presbyterian Church in 
Louisiana, 1805-1948. [3449 

Richard. H. Wiggins. The Louisiana 
press and the lottery [1805-92]. La. hist, 
quar., 31: 716-844 (Jul), notes. [3450 

Gordon O. Ewin. Contractual incapacity 
of the insane in Louisiana [1808-1948]. 
Tulane law rev., 22: 598-610 (Jun). 
notes. [3451 

John Walter Cox. Warranty of quality 
in Louisiana: express and implied-in-fact 
warranties. Tulane law rev., 23: 83-96 
(Oct), notes. On actions of redhibi- 
tion, 1818-1948. [3452 

Harold Marx, Jr. The Louisiana inherit- 
ance and estate taxes [1828-1948]. Tulane 
law rev., 22: 635-649 (Jun). notes. [3453 

Walter McGehee Lowrey. The polit- 
ical career of James Madison Wells. La. 
hist, quar., 31: 995-1123 (Oct), bibliog. 
(p. 1117-1123), notes. Thesis (m. a.) — 
Louisiana State Univ. On Wells (1808- 
99) in Louisiana public life,, 1839-80. 

[3454 

Harry Bernard. Le roman r^gionaliste 
en Louisiane [1841-1940]. Univ. Laval, 
Rev., 2: 888-895 (Jun). notes. Part of 
thesis — Univ. de Montreal. [3455 



Cortez A. M. Ewing. Five early 
Louisiana impeachments. La. hist, 

quar., 31: 682-715 (Jul), notes. Im- 
peachments of Judge B. C. Elliott, 
Auditor George AL Wickliflfe, Governor 
Henry Clay Warmoth, Auditor Charles 
Clinton, and Governor William Pitt 
Kellogg, 1844-76. [3456 

Albert Leonce Dupont. The career of 
Paul Octave Hebert, Governor of Louisi- 
ana, 1853-1856. La. hist, quar., 31: 
491-552 (Apr), bibliog (p. 547-552), 
notes. Thesis (m. a.) — -Louisiana State 
Univ., 1939. [3457 

Eustace L. Edwards, Jr. Construction 
of powers of attorney in Louisiana [1870- 
1948]. Tulane law rev., 23: 242-2.50 
(Dec), notes. [3458 

Leon Dayries Hubert, Jr. A Louisiana 
anomaly — the "writ" system in real 
actions [1870-1948]. Tulane law rev., 22: 
459-470 (Mar), notes. [3459 

Wex S. Malone. The employer-em- 
ployee relationship under the Louisiana 
Workmen's Compensation Act [1914-48]. 
La. law rev., 8: 325-349 (Mar), notes. 

[3460 

Wex S. Malone. Hazardous businesses 
and employments under the Louisiana 
Workmen's Compensation Law [1914-48]. 
Tulane law rev., 22: 412-442 (Mar), 
notes. [3461 

Ben R. Miller. The Louisiana chattel 
mortgage and small loan acts [1928-48]. 
Tulane law rev., 23: 61-78 (Oct), notes. 

[3462 

John H. Tucker. The Louisiana State 
Law Institute [1938-48]. State govt., 21: 
42-43, 48 (Feb). [3463 

Robert W. Harrison. Louisiana's state- 
sponsored drainage program [1941-48]. 
South, econ. jour., 14: 387-403 (Apr), 
notes. [3464 

New Orleans 

Hamilton Basso. Boom town, dream 
town. Holiday, 3 (no. 2) : 26-41, 124-126 
(Feb), views (part col.). Description of 
New Orleans, with occasional historical 
references, 1718-1948. [3465 



211 



Raymond Joseph Martinez. The story 
of the river front at New Orleans [1718- 
1948. New Orleans, 1948. 4], 192, [4] 
p. ports., views. [3466 

Lura Robinson. It's an old New Orleans 
custom. N. Y.: Vanguard Press [1948. 
12], 322 p. map, views. (American 
customs series.) On social life and 
customs in New Orleans, 1718-1860. 

[3467 

Robert Tallant. Mardi gras. Garden 
City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. xiv, 269 
p. views, bibliog. (p. 267-269). On 
the New Orleans carnival of Mardi Gras, 
ca. 1723-1948. [3468 

Herbert G. Moore. Our colonial col- 
leges: 2— the Ursuhne Convent [1727- 
1948]. D. A. R. mag., 82: 513-518 (Jul). 
view (front.). [3469 

Samuel Wilson, Jr. New Orleans iron- 
work [1720-1880]. Mag. of art, 41: 
214-217 (Oct), views. [3470 

Edna Holland. New Orleans opera: a 
contrast of tragedy and gayety. Musical 
digest, 30 (no. 2): 29, 39 (Feb), views. 
Anecdotes, ca. 1790-1919. [3471 

John James Audubon. "A remarkable 
femelle." Collector, 61: 49-52 (Mar). 
Excerpt from a letter to Mrs. Audubon, 
May 31, 1821, describing Audubon's 
experience in New Orleans in making a 
drawing of an unnamed nude woman by 
her request, Feb. 1821. [3472 

John Smith Kendall. The friend of 
Chopin, and some other New Orleans 
musical celebrities. La. hist, guar., 31: 
856-876 (Oct). On Paul Emile Johns 
as musician and music dealer in New 
Orleans, 1822-46; Minnie Hauck, oper- 
atic singer, 1865-95; Gregorio Curto, 
teacher; Louis Moreau Gottschalk, pianist 
and composer; Madame Rose Devries, 
operatic singer; and others. [3473 

Nelle Smither. Charlotte Cushman's 
apprenticeship in New Orleans. La. 
hist, guar., 31: 973-980 (Oct), notes. 
On Charlotte Cushman's "first full season 
on the stage," as recorded in New Orleans 
newspapers, 1835-36. [3474 



Alfonso Comeau. A study of the 
trustee problem in the St. Louis Cathedral 
Church of New Orleans, Louisiana, 
1842-1844. La. hist, guar., 31: 897-972 
(Oct), bibliog. (p. 967-972), notes. The- 
sis (m. a.) — -LTniv. of Notre Dame. [3475 

Paul Brosmari. The first hundred 
years. Tulane law rev., 22: 543-546 
(Jun). notes. On the College of Law, 
Tulane University, and its predecessors, 
1847-1948. [3476 

New Orleans. Christ Church Epis- 
copal Cathedral. Transcriptions [of] 
baptismal, marriage, and death records, 
of Christ Church, Episcopal Cathedral, 
New Orleans, Louisiana, 1849-1900. 
Compiled by the National Society of the 
Colonial Dames of America resident in 
Louisiana. [New Orleans, 1948?] 103 p. 

[3477 

R. M. Lumiansky. Opium argot: New 
Orleans, 1887. Am. speech, 23: 245-247 
(Oct-Dec). notes. Includes a glossary 
compiled from the New Orleans lantern, 
1887. [3478 

Rudi Blesh. What is New Orleans 
style? Record changer, 7 (no. [3]): 11, 
16 ([Mar]). On New Orleans jazz, ca. 
1920-1948. [3479 

Lois Garrison. Twenty years at Pres- 
byterian Chinese Mission. Presbyt. swr- 
vey, 38: 130-133 (Mar), views. On an 
agency in New Orleans, ca. 1928-1948. 

[3480 

Edward Dreyer. Some friends of Lyle 
Saxon. Lyle Saxon, The friends of Joe 
Gilmore (N. Y.: Hastings House [1948]), 
p. 113-182. views. Recollections and 
anecdotes relating to Lyle Saxon, Louisi- 
ana author, 1935-46. [3481 

A port of world commerce. Nautical 
gaz., 142 (no. 4): 18-24 (Apr), map, 
port., views. Description of the port 
of New Orleans, with occasional historical 
references, ca. 1935-1948. [3482 

Other Local History 

Hilgard O'Reilly Sternberg. The names 
"False River" and "Pointe Couple": an 
inquiry in historical geography [1700- 



212 



1948]. La. hist, quar., 31: 598-605 (Jul), 
notes. [3483 

Raymond R. MacCurdy, Jr. Spanish 
riddles from St. Bernard Parish, Louisi- 
ana. South, folklore quar., 12: 129-135 
(Jun). notes. Collected in Delacroix, 
La., from descendants of Canary Island- 
ers (Islenos) who settled in Louisiana in 
1778. [3484 

Arthur Marvin Shaw, Jr. Rampant 
individualism in an ante-bellum Southern 
college. La. hist, quar., 31: 879-896 
(Oct), notes. On "the character and 
deportment of the young men and boys 
who comprised the student body" of the 
College of Louisiana and the Centenary 
College of Louisiana, 1825-61. [3485 

Walton R. Patrick & Cecil Q. Taylor, 
comps. A Louisiana French plantation 
library, 1842. French Am. rev., 1: 47-67 
(Jan-Mar), notes. Includes an inven- 
tory of the library of Claude Vincent de 
Ternant, 1842. [3486 

Lionel C. Durel. Creole civilization in 
Donaldsonville, 1850, according to "Le 
vigilant." La. hist, quar., 31: 981-994 
(Oct), notes. [3487 

Frank C. Pellett. C. P. Dadant, 1851- 
1938. Am. bee jour., 88: 76, 87-88 (Feb), 
port. On the career of Camille P. 
Dadant as a Louisiana beekeeper. [3488 

Calvin Claudel. Foolish John tales 
from the French folklore of Louisiana. 
Soiith. folklore quar., 12: 151-165 (Jun). 
notes. Texts collected in 1944 in Avoj^- 
elles Parish, La., concerning "a combina- 
tion of the coimtry bumpkin and village 
idiot, doing things k tort et a travers." 
Excerpted from the author's thesis, "A 
study of Louisiana French folktales in 
Avoyelle Parish" (Univ. of North Caro- 
lina,' 1947). , [3489 

TEXAS 
Statewide History 

Cyrus N. Ray. The facts concerning 
the Clear Fork culture. Am. antiq., 13: 
320-322 (Apr), notes. On a prehistoric 
period in Texas. [3490 



Ralph Wright Steen. The Texas story. 
Austin: StecR Co. [1948]. ix, 470, 128 p. 
maps, ports., views, bibliogs. A history, 
1519-1948. [3491 

Lewis William Newton & Herbert 
Pickens Qambrell. Texas, yesterday 
and today [1528-1948]. Dallas: Turner 
Co. [1948. 12], 414, [2], 140, [2], 23, [15] 
p. maps, ports., views, bibliogs. "Ap- 
pendix: Selected readings in Texas his- 
tory," edited by Eugene Campbell 
Barker (140 p.). [3492 

The beginning of civihzed Texas [1535- 
1693]. Frontier times, 25: 91-96 (Jan). 

[3493 

[The arts in Texas, 1685-1948.] Antiques, 
53: 436-463 (Jun). ports., views. [3494 

R. D. Holt. Old Texas wagon trains 
[1705-1876]. Frontier times, 25: 269-278 
(Sept). Reprinted from The cattleman, 
1944. [3495 

Forrest Daniell. Early land surveying 
in Texas [1730-ca. 1835]. Surveying and 
mapping, 8: 59-63 (Apr- Jun). [3496 

Mary (Groce) Mackey. The Groce 
family of Texas. Frontier times, 26: 13- 
18 (Oct). On Jared Ellison Groce ii, 
his settlement in Texas in Jan. 1822, and 
his Texas descendants. [3497 

Duncan W. Robinson. Judge Robert 
McAlpin Williamson [1804-59], Texas' 
three-legged Willie. Austin: Texas State 
Historical Assn., 1948. [12], 230 p. 
facsims., port., views, bibliog. (p. 219- 
222), notes. On Robinson in Texas law, 
real estate, and politics, 1827-59. [3498 

T. Wood Clarke. The downs and ups 
of Anson Jones, m. d. [1798-1858]. 
Jour. hist, vied., 3: 95-104 (winter). On 
Jones in Texas pohtics, 1833-46. [3499 

Herbert Pickens Gambrell. Anson 
Jones, the last president of Texas. Garden 
City, N. Y.: Doubleday, 1948. viii, 
462 p. maps, port, bibliog. (p. 443- 
454). On Jones (1798-1858) in Texas 
pontics, 1833-58. [3500 

Robert Cone. The Texas Rangers, 
today and yesterday [1835-1945]. Jr. 
historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 6): 4-6 (May), 

[3601 



213 



M. L. Crimmins. American powder's 
part in winning Texas independence 
[1835]. Southw. hist, quar., 52: 109-111 
(Jul), notes. [3502 

R. Earl McClendon. The first treaty 
of the Republic of Texas. Southw. hist, 
quar., 52: 32-48 (Jul), notes. Treaty 
with the Cherokees, signed Feb. 23, 1836, 
and efforts to enforce it till 1839. [3503 

Swante Palm. The Texas Navy [1836- 
45]. Frontier times, 25: 115-117 (Jan). 
Principally from Yoakum's History oj 
Texas and the archives of the Republic. 

[3504 

Texas. Holiday, 4 (no. 4): 34-63, 93-97; 
(no. 5): 98-127; (no. 6): 98-145. ports., 
views (part col.). Description, with 
incidental historical references, ca. 1836- 
1948. Contents. — Texas [by] J. Frank 
Dobie. — Three rivals [by] Hamilton Basso 
[Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston]. — Texas 
hunting and fishing [by] Hart Stilwell. — 
Magic Valley [by] Hart Stilwell [lower 
Rio Grande]. — Austin [by] James Oak. — 
San Antonio [by] Green Peyton. — Texas 
Rangers [by] Hartwell Green. — Texas 
cattleman [by] Donald Wayne [on Tony 
Hazlewood]. — Farmer Stiles [by] Robert 
Easton. — Wildcatter [by] J. Frank Do- 
bie. — The Panhandle [by] Lewis Nor- 
dyke. — El Paso [by] Green Peyton. — 
An innocent in Texas [by] Frank Sullivan. 

[3505 

Stanley Walker. The State of Texas. 
Am. mercury, 66: 294r-302 (Mar). On 
the character of Texas, with incidental 
historical references, 1836-1948. [3506 

Adind de Cavala. The Lone Star flag 
of Texas [Mar. 1836-Feb. 1845]. Frontier 
times, 25: 296 (Sep). [3507 

Talbot Bain. The fund available for 
corporate dividends in Texas [1837-1947]. 
Tex. law rev., 26: 273-302 (Jan), notes. 

[3508 

Hortense Warner Ward. Hide and 
tallow factories [1843-73]. Cattleman, 34 
(no. 9): 21-22, 50, 52, 56 (Feb), views. 

[3509 

Fannie Althaus. Reminiscences of a 
pioneer doctor. Jr. historian (Tex.), 8 



(no. 6): 1-3 (May). On Dr. Christian 
Althaus (1821-1915) and his practice in 
Texas, ca. 1844-1915. [3510 

Grant Foreman. The Texas Comanche 
Treaty of 1846. Southtv. hist, quar., 51: 
313-332 (Apr), notes. [3511 

Barnes F. Lathrop. History from the 
census returns. Southw. hist, quar., 51: 
293-312 (Apr), notes. Describes and 
analyzes Federal census returns for Texas, 
1850-80. [3512 

Tad Moses. Early day cattlemen. Cattle- 
man, 34 (no. 8): 39-40, 60, 63-64, 66, 68, 
70, 72, 74, 76; (no. 9): 23-25, 60, 62, 
66, 68, 70-71 (Jan-Feb). port., views. 
Concl. These installments: ca. 1850-ca. 
1920. [3513 

Some well known cattle brands. Frontier 
times, 25: 247-250 (Aug). Partial de- 
scription of brands used in Texas, ca. 
1850 ff. [3514 

[Frederick L. Olmsted.] Runaway slaves 
in Texas. Frontier times, 26: 40-43 
(Nov). From Olmsted's A journey 

through Texas (1857). [3515 

Balph. Wright Steen. Texas news- 
papers and Lincoln [1860-1946]. Southw. 
hist, quar., 51: 199-212 (Jan), notes. 

[3516 

Bill Astoria. Fighting Lee Hall. Jr. 
historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 6): 20-22 (May), 
On Leigh Hall (1844-1911) and his career 
as a Texas Ranger, 1876-85. [3517 

Leon Green. The Texas Death Act. 
Tex. law rev., 26: 461-497 (Apr). Concl. 
On compensation for personal injuries 
resulting in death, 1879-1947. [3518 

John M. Hendrix. Feedin'. Cattleman, 
34 (no. 12): 17-18, 74, 78, 80-81 (May). 
On the early use of manufactured feed 
for Texas cattle, ca. 1890 ff. [3519 

Starling Thomas Morris. Res ipsa 
loquitur in Texas [1894-1947]. Tea. law 
rev., 26: 257-272, 761-780 (Jan and Jun). 
notes. [3520 

Booth Mooney. More than armies: the 
story of Edward H[enry] Cary, M. d. 
[born 1872]. Dallas: Mathis, Van Nort 



2U 



[1948. 6], vii, 270, [5] p. ports, bibliog. 
of Gary's writings, 1903-47 (3 p. at end). 
On Gary as a physician in Texas, 1901-48, 
an organizer of the Southwestern Medical 
Foundation, a national leader of the 
medical profession, and a spokesman for 
opponents of compulsorj^ medical in- 
surance. [3521 

Robert W. Stayton & M. P. Waters. 
A study of joendency in Texas civil liti- 
gation: effect of personal vacations and 
decision-day practice of Supreme Court 
[1906-42]. Tex. law rev., 26: 701-728 
(Jun). fold, diagr. notes. [3522 

In memoriam. Tex. law rev., 26: 383-397 
(Apr), port. On James Patterson Alex- 
ander (1883-1948) as teacher of law at 
Baylor University and Ghief Justice of 
the Supreme Gourt of Texas, 1920-48, 
with ai)preciations of his work as jurist 
by Ireland Graves, as statesman by 
Robert W. Stayton, and as educator by 
Joseph W. Hale. [3523 

Donald S. Strong. The rise of Negro 
voting in Texas [ca. 1923-1947]. Am. pol. 
aci. rev., 4C: 510-522 (Jun). notes. 

[3524 

August O. Spain. Recent municipal 
annexation in Texas [1925-48]. Southw. 
una. .sci. qvar., 29: 299-310 (Mar), notes. 

[3525 

Lee Jones, Jr. Non-participating roy- 
alty [1 937-48]. Tex. law rev., 26: 569-606 
(May), notes. [3526 

Matthew N. Cooper. An experiment 
in cooi)erative education. Southw. jour., 
4: 46-51 (fall-winter), notes. On Negro 
cooperative education work shops in 
Texas higher education, 1942-48. [3527 

Local History 

J. H. Kuykendall. Aboriginal antiquities 
of Texas. Frontier times, 26: 18-21 (Oct). 
Written in 1874. Describes remains on 
the coast near the lower Guadalupe 
River. [3528 

J. Charles Kelley. Arrow or dart shaft 
tools and problematical incised stones 
from central and western Texas [ca. 
1200-ca. 1700]. Palacio, 55: 73-85 (Mar), 
map, views, notes. [3529 



Miriam Chatelle. For we love our 
Valley home. San Antonio: Naylor Go. 
[1948]. x, 114 p. ports., views. On the 
lower Rio Grande Valley in the vicinity 
of Los Fresnoa and Brownsville, 1526- 
1948. [3530 

R. D. Holt. El Rio Pecos: graveyard 
of the cowman's hopes [1583-1885]. 
Cattleman, 35 (no. 2): 21, 62-66 (Jul), 
view. [3531 

Louise Lomaz. San Antonio's River. 
San Antonio: Naylor Go. [1948]. ix, 95 
p. maps, views, bibliog. (p. 91-91). 
On the San Antonio River, 1691-1948. 

[3532 

Malcolm D. McLean. Don't fence me 
in. Soxdhw. hist, guar., 51: 225-229 
(Jan). On prison administration in San 
Antonio, 1735. [3533 

John Myers Myers. The Alamo. N. Y.: 
E. P. Dutton, 1948. 240 p. bibliog. 
(p. 237-240). History of the structure 
called the Alamo, 1757-1836. [3534 

Joan Smith. Presidio del Norte. Jr. 
historian (Tex.), 9 (no. 3): 19-20 (Dec). 
Fort on the Rio Grande near Presidio, 
Tex., 1759-1948. [3535 

Philip Nolan. Frontier times, 25: 179- 
183 (May). Reprinted from Texas alma- 
nac, 1868. On Nolan's activities, 1797- 
1801, with an excerpt from the diary of 
Lt. M. Muzquiz, Mar. 4-23, 1801. [3536 

Rotha McClain Berry. The Alabama 
and Goushatta Indians of Texas [1800- 
1948]. Tex. geog. mag., 12 (no. 2): 
19-23 (fall), port. [3537 

Alexander White Neville. The Red 
River Valley, then and now: stories of 
people and events in the Red River 
Valley during the first hundred years of 
its settlement. Paris, Tex. [North Texas 
Pub. Go.] 1948. xiii, 278 p. maps, views. 
Based on the author's daily column, 
"Backward glances," in the Paris news. 
Anecdotes and reminiscences, 1816-ca. 
1900. [3538 

Howard T. Dimick. Four John Greggs 
of Texas [1820-56]. Southw. hist, quar., 
51: 333-349 (Apr), noteg. [3639 



215 



J. H. Kuykendall. The Carankawa 
Indians [1821-43]. Frontier times, 25: 
113-114 (Jan). Reprinted from Texas 
almanac, 1872. [3540 

Jerry R. La Coume. A woman's 
dream — Texas. Jr. historian {Tex.), 9 
(no. 2): 1-3 (Nov). On Mary (Austin) 
Holley (1784-1846) and her concern with 
Texas, 1821-46. [3541 

D. F. Draper. Colonel Manuel Bandera. 
Frontier limes, 25: 243-247 (Aug). Re- 
printed from the San Antonio express. 
Mar. 27, 1938. On Bandera in Texas, 
ca. 1824-ca. 1846. [3542 

[Mexico. Comisidn de Limites.] Viage 
a Texas en el ano 1828. Mexico: Vargas 
Rea, 1948. 77, [1] p. (Biblioteca Apor- 
taci6n hist6rica, ser. 2.) Signed at end: 
Luis Berlandier. Diary of an expedition 
from San Antonio to the Nueces and 
back, Nov. 19-Dec. 18, 1828. [3543 

D. W. C. Baker. Ad. Lawrence's des- 
perate ride. (From Baker's Texas scrap 
book, 1875.) Frontier times, 25: 150-152 
(Mar). Experience of Adam Lawrence 
in hunting mustangs and escaping from 
Indians near the Trinity River, 1832. 

[3544 

Dona Lee Stovall. The situation of 
East Texas Indians. Jr. historian (Tex.), 
9 (no. 1): 7-8, 12 (Sep). On the present 
state of the Indians, with historical 
references, 1832-1929. [3545 

John Henry Brown. The scalping of 
Wilbarger. Frontier times, 26: 26-27 
(Oct). Account, -m-itten in 1861, of 
Josiah Wilbarger, who was scalped near 
the site of Austin in 1833 and died in 
1845. [3546 

Norman L. Willey. Sealsfield's work- 
ing methods. Mich. Acad. Sci., Papers, 
34: 299-315. notes. On borrowings 
from and adaptations of the anonymous 
Visit to Texas (N. Y., 1834) in Charles 
Sealsfield's Das Cajiitenbuch. [3547 

Barnes F. Lathrop. Migration into 
east Texas, 1835-1860. Southw. hist, 
guar., 52: 1-31, 184-208 (Jul-Oct). map, 
tables, notes. To be cont. Compiled 
from U. S. census returns of 1850 and 



1860. Table: "Full tabulation of all 
ascertained arrivals of families: arranged 
by year of arrival, place of removal, and 
county of residence in 1850." [3548 

Chaiincey D. Leake. Ashbel Smith, 
M. D., 1805-1886: pioneer education in 
Texas. Yale jour. biol. and med., 20: 
225-232 (Jan), port. notes. On the 
medical and other activities of Dr. 
Smith in Texas, 1835-86. [3549 

Neyland F. Allen, Jr. Yankees build a 
city in Texas. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 
(no. 5): 19-21 (Mar). On Augustus C. 
and John K. Allen, founders of Houston, 
1836-50. [3550 

James H. McLendon. John A. Quit- 
man in the Texas Revolution. Southw. 
hist, quar., 52: 163-183 (Oct), notes. On 
an expedition from Mississippi, 1836. 

[3551 

Andrew Forest Muir. The free Negro 
in Fort Bend County, Texas [ca. 1836- 
1856]. Jour. Negro hist., 33: 79-85 
(.Jan), notes. [3552 

The Parker's Fort massacre. Frontier 
times, 25: 174-178 (Apr). Reprinted from 
the Runnels record (Runnels, Tex.), Oct. 
11, 1884. On the destruction of J. W. 
Parker's colony on the Navasota River, 
attacked by Indians May 19, 1836. [3553 

Clara Beth Woodall. William W. Moon. 
Jr. historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 6-8 (Jan). 
On William Washington Moon (1814-97) 
and his life in Texas, 1838-97, mainly at 
San Marcos. [3554 

Ernest Berglund, Jr. History of Mar- 
shall, [n. p., 1948.] vii, 119 p. diagrs. 
bibliog. (p. 117-119). On Marshall, 
Tex., 1839-1948. [3555 

Wayne Qard. Frontier vendetta: Mod- 
erators and Regulators. Southw. rev., 33: 
146-153 (spring). On the killing of 
Joseph G. Goodbread by Charles W. 
Jackson at Shelby ville, Tex., 1840, and 
the resulting feud in Shelby Co. (the so- 
called Shelby County War), ending 1844. 

[3556 

Avis Lott Sheppard. Avis Brown 
Baker. Frontier times, 25: 209-213 (Jun). 
Life of Avis Emory (Brown) Baker 



216 



(1830-1904) on Matagorda Island and 
on a ranch near Stockdale, Tex., 1840- 
1904. [3557 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. McKenzie Col- 
lege at Clarksville. Frontier times, 26: 
5-8 (Oct). On a college founded by the 
Rev. J. W. P. McKenzie, and conducted 
by him till the end, 1841-68. [3558 

Marie Gill. The history of Rusk 
County [1843-1948]. Jr. historian (Tex.), 
8 (no. 4): 9-10 (Jan). [3559 

Inez Daniels. The history of Cedar 
Bayou Methodist Church [1844-1948]. 
Jr. historian (Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 22, 24 
(Sep). [3560 

Karon Einnamon. Hord's Ridge 
[1844-1942]. Jr. historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 
6): 1-2 (Mar). [3561 

Donald Mangold. Michael Kauffmann 
[1835-99]. Jr. historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 5): 
13-14 (Mar). On Kauffman as soldier 
and rancher in Texas, 1844-99. [3562 

Ann Payne. Castroville, an enchanting 
village [1844-1948]. Jr. historian (Tex.), 
8 (no. 5): 18, 23 (Mar). [3563 

William David Allred. Texas woman 
keeps skull of Indian: second edition. 
Frontier times, 25: 128-130 (Feb). On 
an Indian raid in Grayson Co., Tex., ca. 
1845. [3564 

Ann Blackwell. Concrete: yesterday 
and today. Jr. historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 5): 
8-10 (Mar). On Concrete, Tex., 1846- 
1948. [3565 

Jeannie Bell. Elisha Stevens — a pio- 
neer of Texas. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 
4): 19-20 (Jan). Stevens (1848-1943), 
soldier and cowboy, was a lifelong 
resident of Texas. [3566 

Carolyn Nichols. Fort Martin Scott. 
Jr. historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 17-18 (Jan). 
History of the U. S. Army post at 
Fredericksburg, Tex., 1848-1866, and of 
the site and buildings of the fort. [3567 

100th anniversary at Fort Bliss. Ar- 
mored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 5): 33 (Sep- 
Oct). On Fort Bliss, El Paso, 1848-1948. 

[3568 



M. H. Thomlinson. The Dragoons and 
El Paso, 1848. N. M. hist, rev., 23: 
217-224 (Jul). [3569 

Eva Janet Weber. Hochheim: "The 
Home of the Hochs." Jr. historian 
{Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 6, 10 (Sep). On a 
Texas community founded by Valentine 
Hoch, 1848-57. [3570 

Albert Woldert. A history of Tyler 
and Smith County, Texas [1846-1948]. 
San Antonio: Naylor Co. [1948]. xi, 165 
p. facsims., map, port., views, notes. 

[3571 

Richard Irving Dodge. Chased by 
Indians through Bandera Pass. Frontier 
times, 25: 169-173 (Apr). From Dodge's 
Our wild Indians (1883). Reminiscences 
of Indian troubles in the vicinity of Fort 
Lincoln (near D'Hanis), 1849. [3572 

Mabel Louise Keech. Von Rosenberg 
coat-of-arms. Hobbies, 53 (no. 6): 150- 
152 (Aug), coat of arms. Includes ex- 
tracts of correspondence and diaries 
relating to the settlement of the Von 
Rosenberg family in Texas, 1849-50. 

[3573 

Dona Ann Weldon. Old Camp Cooper. 
Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 5): 7, 23 (Mar). 
Trading and Army post on the Brazos, 
1850-61. [3574 

History of Peter's Colony. Frontier 
times, 25: 106-111 (Jan). On land grants 
in northern Texas to W. S. Peters and 
19 associates, 1841-48, and to the Texas 
Emigration and Land Co., 1852-54. 

[3575 

John Ruckman. Wagon town. Cattle- 
man, 35 (no. 7): 25-26, 81 (Dec), port., 
views. On Helena, Karnes Co., Tex., 
settled in 1852, with recollections by 
Mrs. Eudora Butler, a former resident 
of Helena. [3576 

Hortense Warner Ward. The Lone 
Star Fair of Texas. Cattleman, 35 (no. 5) : 
21-22, 70 (Oct), port., view. History 
of the Lone Star Fair of Texas, organized 
by Col. Henry Laurence Kinney at 
Corpus Christi, May 1852. [3577 

Willie Flowers Carlisle. History of 
the old cemetery, Dallas: City, Masonic, 



217 



Odd FeUow [1853-1921. Dallas, 1948.] 
28 p. Includes abstracts of epitaphs. 

[3578 

William Qrigsby Freeman, W. G. 

Freeman's report on the Eighth Military 
Department. Edited by M. L. Crim- 
mins. Southw. hist, quar., 51: 252-258, 
350-357; 52: 100-108, 227-233 (Jan- 
Oct). maps (2 fold.). notes. Cent, 
and to be cont. Report, dated San 
Antonio, Oct. 1, 1853, of an inspection 
begun May 26, 1853. These installments 
deal with Fort Ewell, Fort Merrill, 
Corpus Christi Depot, Brazos Santiago 
Depot, Fort Brown, Camp at Edinburg, 
and Ringgold Barracks. [3579 

Barbara Dwyer. The history of Wise 
County [1854-ca. 1919]. Jr. historian 
(Tex.), 9 (no. 2): 20-22 (Nov). [3580 

Gertrude Bryant. A monument to the 
past. Jr. historian {Tex.), 9 (no. 2): 
11-13 (Nov). Life at Fort Lancaster, 
Crockett Co., Tex., 1855-61. [3581 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. When the Polish 
people came to Bandera. Frontier times, 
25: 191-195 (May). Reprinted in part 
from J. Marvin Hunter, Pioneer history 
of Bandera County. Based on reminis- 
cences of Mrs. Constantina (Pyka) 
Adamietz, 1855-1922. [3582 

Myrtle Murray. Lucius Hicks of Ban- 
dera County. Frontier times, 25: 290-295 
(Sep). On Hicks as a rancher in Bandera 
Co., Tex., ca. 1856-1899, with some 
account of his family. [3583 

Annie Romberg. A Texas literary 
society of pioneer days. Southw. hist, 
guar., 52: 60-65 (Jul), notes. On the 
Prairie Blume, a society in Fayette Co., 
Tex., established ca. 1857, and the four 
surviving issues of its ms. proceedings, 
including German poems and short stories. 

[3584 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. "Texas Jack" 
Omahundro. Frontier times, 25: 184-185 
(May). On John B. Omahundro as 
cowboy and Indian fighter in Texas, 
1858-80. [3585 

W. W. Mills. El Paso in 1858. Frontier 
times, 25: 255-260 (Aug). Reminiscences 
written in 1900. [3586 



Mary Jo Vines. A pioneer poet of 
Texas. Am.-Germaa rev., 14 (no. 5): 
28-30 (Jun). port. On Marie Anna 
(von Gross) Weisselberg (1835-1911) 
and her life in Texas, ca. 1858-1911, with 
specimens of her German verse. [3587 

Don Hinga. King William Street: an- 
cient houses, built by pioneers, give this 
thoroughfare Old World charm. Tex. 
parade, 9 (no. 3): 14-15, 34 (Jul), views. 
On a street in San Antonio, 1859-1948. 

[3588 

Hazel Oatman Bowman. The lost 
lead mine. Frontier times, 26: 8-10 (Oct). 
On a mine in Llano Co., Tex., worked by 
Bill Nard in the 1860s, and subsequent 
search for it. [3589 

Barbara Brewer. Barnard's MiU. Jr. 
historian (Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 23-24 (Sep). 
On a flour and grist mill at Glen Rose, 
Tex., 1860-1941. [3590 

J. D. Bragg. Waco University [1861- 
86]. Southw. hist, guar., 51: 213-224 
(Jan), notes. [3591 

Frank S. Gray. Pioneer adventures. 
[Cherokee? Tex., 1948.] 384 p. ports., 
views. Reminiscences of a Texas ranch- 
er, 1861-1948. [3592 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. Ben Thompson 
[1843-84], Texas gun-fighter. Frontier 
times, 25: 186-188 (May). Homicides 
committed by Thompson, a gambler, in 
and near Texas, 1861-82. [3593 

Austin Callan. Rangers Christmas in 
1862. Frontier times, 26: 52-54 (Dec). 
Reprinted from Coleman chronicle. 
Activities of the 46th Texas Cavalry in 
Coleman Co., Tex., Dec. 1862. [3594 

John Warren Hunter. The sublime 
courage of a frontier boy. Frontier times, 
25: 96-99 (Jan). Written in 1910. 
Attack by Indians against Capt. Cal 
Putman and his son Harve, aged about 
fourteen, on Leon Creek, about twenty 
miles west of Mason, Tex., in the fall of 
1864. [3595 

Frances Bramlette Farris. Recalls old 
days at Frio Town. Frontier times, 25: 
131-133 (Feb). Reminiscences of Frio 
Co., Tex., ca. 1867-ca. 1900. [3596 



218 



Emily Jones Shelton. Lizzie E. John- 
son: a cattle queen of Texas. Cattleman, 
35 (no. 5): 56, 58-61, 63-66 (Oct), notes. 
Reprinted fronx Southw. hist, quar., E.x- 
periences of Elizabeth E. Johnson (Mrs. 
Hezekiah G. Williams, 1843-1924) as a 
teacher, author, and cattle dealer in 
Texas, ca. 1867-1924. [3597 

Extermination of the Russell Family. 
Frontier times, 25: 264-266 (Aug). Re- 
printed from Pioneer history of Wise 
County (1907). Indian massacre near 
Chico, Tex., Aug. 1868, of Mrs. Polly 
Russell and three of her four children. 

[3598 

O. C. Fisher. They still talk about 
Creed Taylor. Frontier times, 26: 10-11 
(Oct). On a frontiersman in eastern 
Kemble Co., Tex., 1869-1906. [3599 

Charles Vernon Terrell. The Terrells, 
eighty-five years, Texas, from Indians to 
atomic bomb. Austin [1948]. 336 p. ports., 
views. Reminiscences and anecdotes of a 
Texas lawyer and jurist, referring partic- 
ularly to Wise Co., ca. 1870-1948. [3600 

Arthur C. Repp. Daughters of Serbin, 
1870-1905: history of the Lutheran 
churches at Fedor and Warda, Texas. 
Concordia Hist. Inst, quar., 21: 49-67 
(Jul), notes. [3601 

John Warren Hunter. The bravery 
and shrewdness of frontier women. 
Frontier times, 25: 201-203 (May). 
Anecdotes of the Texas frontier, ca. 1873. 

[3602 

Evetts Haley, Jr. Adobe walls. Jr. 
historian (Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 1-4, 22 (Jan). 
Indian massacre in the Texas Panhandle, 
Jun. 27, 1874. [3603 

W. B. Hancock. San Antonio in 1874. 
By Cas Edwards as described by the late 
W. B. Hancock. Cattleman, 34 (no. 12): 
44, 46 (May). [3604 

V. O. Key, Jr. A Texas frontier journal- 
ist. Frontier times, 25: 237-240 (Aug). 
Reprinted from Bunker's Monthly, 1928. 
Career of Edgar Rye in Texas as journal- 
ist and author, 1876-1912. [3605 

Ernest Lee, Jr. The story of Charhe 
Hart. Jr. historian (Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 



1-5 (Sep). Interview with Charles Hart 
(born 1876), rancher and lifelong resident 
of Texas. [3606 

Charles Vernon Terrell. Texas buffalo 
hunt: 1876. Southw. rev., 33: 233-237 
(summer). Reminiscences by a partic- 
ipant. [3607 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. An early day 
Texas school. Frontier times, 25: 267- 
268 (Sep), port. Reminiscences of a 
school on Spring Creek, Gillespie Co., 
Tex., 1877-78. [3608 

J. D. Dillingham. The old time square 
dance. Frontier times, 25: 125-128 (Feb). 
Reminiscence of dancing in Texas, ca. 
1878-ca. 1938. [3609 

J. Marvin Hvmter, Sr. Battle with 
Chief Black Horse. Frontier times, 25: 
99-102 (Jan). Engagement between 
Company B, Frontier Battalion of Texas 
Rangers, and a band of Comanches, on 
the Concho River, Nov. 1878. [3610 

Settling west Texas in the fifties. Fron- 
tier times, 25: 111-113 (Jan). Settlement 
of John Sheen in Coleman Co., Tex., ca. 
1878. [3611 

Isaac Joslin Cox. William Belcher Seeley 
[1858-1934], founder and first principal 
of the San Antonio Academy: a joint 
tribute from his family, his students, and 
his former associate, Isaac Joslin Cox. 
San Antonio: Press of the Naylor Co. 
[1948]. X, 108 p. ports., views. On 
Seeley as a teacher, 1879-1906. [3612 

Harry Hubert. First barbed wire fence 
in Coleman County [1880-81]. Frontier 
times, 26: 49-50 (Dec). Reprinted from 
Dallas semi-weekly farm news. [3613 

Joe Reedy. The first teacher in Wichita 
Falls. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 5): 28 
(Mar). On Carrie Craig (1860-1900) as 
a teacher, ca. 1880-1885. [3614 

The Winchester quarantine. Frontier 
times, 25: 213-216 (Jun). On the Pan- 
handle Stockmen's Association, 1880-86. 

[3615 

Ethel Osbom Hill. About early Port 
Arthur [1881-ca. 1902]. Port Arthuran, 
1 (no. 10): 6-7, 20 (Jul), ports., views. 

[3616 



219 



Jean Smith. The Fort Worth Univer- 
sity [1881-1911]. Jr. historian {Tex.), 9 
(no. 3): 10-12 (Dec). [3617 

Robert Harrison. Granite. Jr. his- 
torian {Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 17-18 (Sep). 
On Frank Teich (born 1856) and the 
granite industry in Texas, 1883-ca. 1890. 

[3618 

Buddy Wise. The macaroni king of the 
Southwest. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 
6): 13-15 (May). On Louis Bicocchi 
(1853-1944) and his career in Fort Worth 
as a grocer and macaroni manufacturer, 
1883-1944. [3619 

J. Marvin Hunter, Sr. The story of 
Judge Roy Bean. Frontier times, 25: 
195-201 (May). Anecdotes of a justice 
of the peace at Langtry, Tex., known as 
"the Law West of the Pecos," 1885-1902. 

[3620 

James Calvin Oslin. Benbenjrox. San 
Antonio: Naylor Co. [1948. 8], 189 p. 
Biography of Benjamin Phillips Benjrox 
(born 1886), a Texan. [3621 

Qeneal Peterson. The history of Clara, 
Wichita County [1886-1948]. Jr. his- 
torian {Tex.), 9 (no. 3): 23, 25 (Dec). 

[3622 

I*6&&y Sue Garner. Early days in 
Upton County [1887-1948]. Jr. historian 
{Tex.), 8 (no. 5): 3-6, 12 (Mar). [3623 

Carolyn Holmes Moses & Myrtle 
Weaver Lowe. Hungary sends a Dallas- 
builder: the story of Martin Weiss [born 
1866]. Dallas, 1948. 200 p. ports., 
views. On Weiss as merchant and civic 
leader in Texas, 1887-1948. [3624 

Rita Mallin. The Spring Palace. Jr. 
historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 15-16 (Jan). 
Exhibition at Fort Worth, 1889-90. 

[3625 

Robert A. Dodson. Tlie men of El 
Llano Estacado. The Westerners brand 
book, Los Angeles Corral, 1947 [Los 
Angeles: The Los Angeles Westerners, 
°1948], p. 65-72. views. Reminiscences 
of ca. 1890. [3626 



19-20 (Mar), views. Evidence that a 
lost Spanish mine in the Guadalupes 
near the Texas-New Mexico line may be 
identical with, or confused with, a lost 
mine alleged to have been discovered by 
Ben Sublett (died 1892) near Monahon, 
N. M. [3627 

Ralph Dorre. The St. Paul Evangelical 
Lutheran Church at Fort Worth [1893- 
1948]. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 5): 
25-27 (Mar). [3628 

Betty Jean Rosen. Wednesday, Sep- 
tember 26, 1894. Jr. historian {Tex.), 9 
(no. 2): 7-8, 10 (Nov). Includes an 
excerpt from the Fort Worth gazette of 
Sep. 26, 1894, illustrating daily life in 
Fort Worth. [3629 

A. P. Arthuran [pseud.?]. Rambling 
about Port Arthur. Port Arthuran, 1 
(no. 10): 12, 22, 24, 32, 34 (Jul), views. 
On Arthur S. Stilwell and John W. Gates 
in the development of Port Arthur, 
1895-1942. [3630 

Paula McDaniel & Joyce Nicholson. 

The hill. Jr. historian {Tex.), 9 (no. 3): 
7-8 (Dec). On Keller, Tex., 1896-1948. 

[3631 

J. Marvin Hvinter, Sr. The Galveston 
disaster [Sep. 8, 1900]. Frontier times, 
25: 217-222 (Jun). Includes an excerpt 
from John A. Rockfellow, Log of an 
Arizona trail blazer (1938). [3632 

Jean Laiche. Shafter Lake: ghost town 
of far west Texas [ca. 1900-1935]. Jr. 
historian {Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 9-10 (Sep). 

[3633 

Bessie M. Reid. Mj^ first stop-over in 
Port Arthur. Port Arthuran, 1 (no. 9): 
9, 23 (Jun). Reminiscences of Port Arthur, 
1904. [3634 

Opal Leigh (Berryman) Paap. Pioneer 
preacher. N. Y.: T. Y. Crowell Co. 
[1948]. vi, [2], 248 p. facsim. Remi- 
niscences of the writer's girlhood in west 
Texas and of her father, George Carroll 
Berryman, Baptist minister, 1905-ca. 
1915. [3635 



John D. Mitchell. Lost gold of the Caspar Hvmt. Texas creates a modern 
Guadalupes. De.sert mag.. 11 (no. 5): Eden. Travel, 92 (no. 2): 24-26 (Dec). 



.220 



views. On the citrus fruit industry of 
the lower Rio Grande Valley, 1907-48. 

[3636 

W. D. Mauldin. Thirty-eight years — 
41,000 students. Port Arthuran, 1 (no. 
5): 13, 18-19 (Feb), views. On Port 
Arthur College, founded by John W. 
Gates, 1910-48. [3637 

Walter Bedell Miller. The Medina 
Valley Development Project [1911-48]. 
Jr. historian (Tex.), 9 (no. 2): 23-24 
(Nov). [3638 

Bernice Cohn. The Cuero Turkey Trot. 
Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 6): 18-19, 22 
(May). Annual festival at Cuero, 1912- 
47. [3639 

Joe W. Burton. Millard A. Jenkens. 
guar. rev. (Bapt.), 8 (no. 1): 17-20 (1st 
quarter), port., view. On Dr. Jenkens 
(born 1872) as pastor of the First Paptist 
Church, Abilene, Tex., 1915-47. [3640 

Richard E. Helland. The great con- 
flagration. Jr. historian {Tex.), 9 (no. 1): 
11-12 (Sep). Fire at Paris, Tex., Mar. 
16, 1916. [3641 



Cisco, Tex., by Marshall Ratliff and 
three associates, Dec. 23, 1927. [3643 

Celeste Budd. North Texas onion pro- 
duction — a speculative industry [1928- 
48]. Tex. geog. mag., 12 (no. 2): 8-18 
(fall), diagr., views. [3644 

V. L. Cory. Botanizing with "Marcus 
E. Jones, a. m." in Texas [1930-32]. 
Field & lab., 16: 45-61 (Jan), port. 

[3645 

Peggy Cole. New London school ex- 
plosion. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 6): 
11-12, 15 (May). Describes an accident 
in which 311 persons were killed. Mar. 
18, 1937. [3646 

Thomas W. Hughen School for Crippled 
Children. Port Arthuran, 1 (no. 5): 2-3, 
26-27 (Feb). views. On a school in 
Port Arthur, 1937-48. [3647 

John Franklin. The Daingerfield iron 
and steel project. Tex. geog. mag., 12 
(no. 2): 1-7 (fall), views. On a coke 
and steel plant developed at Daingerfield, 
Tex., by the Lone Star Steel Co., 1939-48. 

[3648 



Charles Brewer. Tex Tan saddle fac- Story of steel. Tex. parade, 9 (no. 3): 

tory. Jr. historian {Tex.), 8 (no. 4): 5, 8-10, 31-33 (Jul. port., col. views. On 

8 (Jan). On an establishment at Cuero, the development of the Lone Star Steel 

Tex., 1917-48. [3642 Co., 1940-47. [3649 



Presley Bryant. Cisco's "Santa Claus" 
bandit. Frontier times, 25: 103-106 
(Jan). Reprinted from the Fort Worth 
s^tar-telegram. Robbery of a bank at 



M. P. Kitchen. Life at Waldrip in 1879. 
Frontier times, 25: 144-149 (Mar). Re- 
printed from the Brady standard, Apr. 22, 
1941. [3650 



The Border States 



Anthony Marc Lewis. Jefferson and 
Virginia's pioneers, 1774-1781. Miss. 
Valley hist, rev., 34: 551-588 (Mar). On 
western land claims. [3651 

George Harmon Bayles. Tecumseh and 
the Bayles family tradition. Ky. Hist. 
See, Reg.,4Q: 647-655 (Oct), bibliog. (p. 
655). Tradition that Tecumseh was the 
half-breed son of Mary Bayles, a white 
captive on the Ohio, that he was born ca. 
1779, and that in childhood he lived with 



her at Ice's Ferry, near Morgantown, 
W. Va. Appended: "Genealogy of the 
Bayles and Ice families." [3652 

Walter B. Posey. The Presbyterian 
minister in the early Southwest. Presbxt. 
Hist. Soc, Jour., 26: 215-226 (Sep), 
notes. On Presbyterianism in Kentucky 
and Tennessee, 1783-1835. [3653 

Otto Ernest Baybum. Strange money: 
Yocum Dollar — Carney currency. Ray- 
burn's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 1): 62-63 



221 



(summer) . Describes silver dollars made 
by the Yocum family ca. 1840-1848, and 
silver exchange notes issued by B. F. 
Carney of Crane, Mo., 1933. [3654 

H. Q. Monroe. Chattanooga choo 
choos — and diesels. Railroad mag., 47: 
(no. 2): 12-39 (Nov), facsim., maps, 
ports., views. On the route followed by 
the Nashville, Chattanooga, & St. Louis 
Railroad, 1845-1948. [3655 

Joseph Frederick Shelly. The Shelly 
Papers. Translated by Sophie S. Ge- 
mant and edited by Fanny J. Anderson. 
Ind. mag. hist., 44: 181-198 (Jun). 
Letters from a private in Co. B, 41st 
Regt., 2d Indiana Cavalry, to his wife, 
Oct. 20, 1862-Nov. 27, 1963, dated 
(except the first two) in Kentucky and 
Tennessee. [3656 

F. Qarvin Davenport. Scientific inter- 
ests in Kentucky and Tennessee, 1870- 
1890. Jour. South, hist., 15: 500-521 
(Nov), notes. [3657 

Virgil Carrington Jones. The Hat- 
fields and the McCoys. Chapel Hill: 
Univ. of North Carolina Press [1948]. 
xii, [4], 293 p. facsim., ports., geneal. 
tables, notes (p. 272-280). History of 
a feud on the Kentucky- West Virginia 
border, ca. 1863-1947. [3668 

Jean Thomas. When singin' comes in, 
fightin' goes out: music brings peace to 
the feuding Hatfields and the McCoys. 
Musical digest, 30 (no. 3): 8-9, 31 (Mar). 
views. On the Hatfield- McCoy feud, 
1863-1947. Includes text of a ballad, 
"Love of Rosanna McCoy." [3659 

WEST VIRGINIA 

Statewide History 

Clay Perry. Hunting hidden history in 
West Virginia. W. Va. hist., 9: 388-398 
(Jul). "Speleology" in West Virginia, 
1748-1948. [3660 

Frank Ball. Topsoil — our most pre- 
cious asset. W. Va. rev., 25 (no. 4) : 8-10 
(Jan), views. On erosion in West Vir- 
ginia, 1770-1947. [3661 



Marjorie Kimball Templeton. The 

establishment of church schools in West 
Virginia [1775-1940]. W. Va. hist., 9: 
369-387 (Jul), fold. map. [3662 

Michael Eeams. The State of West 
Virginia. Am. viercury, 66: 677-683 
(Jun). On the character of West Vir- 
ginia, with incidental historical refer- 
ences, 1812-1948. [3663 

Wilma Dodson Higginbotham. Glass- 
making, a major industry. W. Va. rev., 
25 (no. 4): 2-7 (Jan), views. On glass- 
making in West Virginia, 1815-1947. 

[3664 

Mary I. Barbe. The life of Alexander 
L. Wade. W. Va. hist., 9: 240-295 (Apr), 
notes. On Alexander Luark Wade (1832- 
1904) as a teacher and educational re- 
former in West Virginia, 1848-1904. 

[3666 

Genevieve Brown. A history of the 
Sixth Regiment West Virginia Infantry 
Volunteers. W. Va. hist., 9: 315-368 
(Jul), notes. History of an organiza- 
tion commanded by Col. Nathan Wilkin- 
son, Aug. 1861-Jun. 1865, with biog- 
raphies of officers, copies of correspond- 
ence, and a roster of officers. [3666 

William D. Barns. The influence of 
the West Virginia Grange upon public 
agricultural education of college grade, 
1873-1914. W. Va. hist., 9: 128-157 
(Jan), notes. [3667 

William D. Barns. The influence of 
the West Virginia Grange upon public 
agricultural education of less than college 
grade, 1873-1914. W. Va. hist., 10: 
5-24 (Oct), notes. [3668 

An era of West Virginia trolleys. Rail- 
road mag., 46: (no. 4): 107-110 (Aug) 
views. On electric railways in West 
Virginia, ca. 1890-1948. [3669 

Local History 

Lorine Letcher Butler. White Sulphur: 
pride of the Old Dominion. Travel, 91 
(no. 5): 14-17, 33-34 (Sep), views. On 
the health resort at White Sulphur 
Springs, 1778-1948. [3670 



222 



Qamett Laidlaw Eskew. Lost industry 
of the Kanawha. Tracks, 33 (no. 1) : 
36-40 (Jan), views. On salt works in 
the Kanawha Valley, 1797-ca. 1880. 

[3671 

Nathaniel Gideon Barnhart. History 
of Methodism in Bridgeport [1805-1948. 
Bridgeport, W. Va.: Methodist Church, 
introd. 1948.] 114 p. facsim., ports., 
views. "Source books" (p. 114). [3672 

John Cook Wyllie. A West Virginia 
broadside. Bibliog. Soc. Am., Papers, 
42: 322-333 (4th quarter), facsim. Re- 
produces and describes Murder — horrible 
murder!! (Morgantown? Joseph Camp- 
bell? 1805), relating the murder by Abel 
Clemmons of his eight small children and 
his pregnant wife, and commenting in 
verse. [3673 

Byrne Bauer. Low cost of high living. 
Tracks, 33 (no. 11): 34-35 (Nov), facsim. 
On hotel prices at White Sulphur Springs, 
W. Va., 1816-31. [3674 

Josephine Jefferson. Wheeling glass. 
[Mount Vernon, Ohio: Guide Pub. Co., 
1948, "1947.] 86 p. facsims., views. 
On glass manufacture in Wheeling, 1819- 
49. [3676 

Bare view of the Ohio River in 1821. 
Old Print Shop portfolio, 7: 220-221 
(Jun-Jul). view. Describes a water- 
color by Felix-Achille Beaupoil de Saint- 
Aulaire, showing Big Guyandotte, W. 
Va., on the Ohio. [3676 

Robert Hakken. HighbaUing Hinton. 
Tracks, 33 (no. 1): 30-33 (Jan), view. 
Hinton, W. Va., 1831-1947. [3677 

KENTUCKY 

Statewide History 

Lucien Beckner. Kentucky before 
Boone: the Siouan people. Ky. Hist. 
Soc, Reg., 46: 384-396 (Jan). On 
Siouan Mound Builders in Kentucky, 
1539-1767. [3678 

Thomas Dionysius Clark. Background 
Kentucky history of the eighteenth and 
nineteenth century [1606-1803]. Kt. 
Hist. Soc, Reg., 46: 628-636 (Oct). 

[3679 



Mildred Porter Cleaves. Kentucky 
towns and their mark. In Ky., 11 (no. 
4): 39-41, 49 (winter). On Kentucky 
town names, 1775 ff. [3680 

Helen Leopold. Open house in Ken- 
tucky will be observed May 6-9. In Ky., 
12 (no. 1): 11-12, 35 (spring), views. 
On historic houses in Kentucky, ca. 1790— 
1948. [3681 

Richard Lowitt. Activities of Citizen 

Genet in Kentucky, 1793-1794. Filson 

Club hist, guar., 22: 252-267 (Oct), 

notes. [3682 

Anne Qoldsborough Fisher. Nine an- 
nual meetings of the Kentucky State 
Medical Society prior to 1861. Ky. 
Hist. Soc, Reg., 46: 573-587 (Jul), 
notes. History of medical societies in 
Kentucky, 1800-1850, and specifically of 
the Kentucky State Medical Society, 
1851-61. [3683 

William H. Qoldiron. New trial — the 
admissibility of testimony of jurors in 
support of a motion for a new trial in 
Kentucky [1808-1942]. Ky. law jour., 
36: 293-298 (Mar), notes. [3684 

Matthew Harris Jouett [1787-1827]» 
painter of Kentuckians. Am. antiques 
jo?//-., 3 (no. 9): 19-20 (Sep), ports. On 
Kentucky portraits by Jouett, ca. 1815- 
1827. [3686 

Carrie Roberta (Tarleton) Qolds- 
borough & Anna Laura (Qoldsborough) 
Fisher. WiUiam Loftus Sutton, M. D., 
1797-1862: father of Kentucky State 
Medical Society and of Kentucky's first 
vital statistics law. [Georgetown? Ky., 
1948. 8], 246 p. facsim., port., tables, 
bibliog. (p. 225-232), notes (p. 187-224). 
On Sutton as physician, author, and 
organizer, 1818-62. [3686 

H. P. Schmeck. A branch of the 
Kentucky Logans. Ky. Hist. Soc, 
Reg., 46: 451-453 (Jan). On descendants 
(to 1947) of John Logan, who had settled 
in Henderson, Ky., by 1822. [3687 

Bertel M. Sparks. Admissibility of oral 
declarations of a testator to prove a lost 
will in Kentucky [1827-1938]. Ky. law 
jour., 36: 431-442 (May), notes. [3688 



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223 



James It. Richardson. Acquisition of 
right of way for highway purposes in 
Kentucky — right of eminent domain and 
just compensation [1843-1947]. Ky. law 
jour., 36: 159-175 (Jan), notes. [3689 

Thomas Dionysius Clark. My old 

Kentucky home in retrospect. Filson 
Club hist, quar., 22: 104-116 (Apr). On 
Kentucky life and sentiment, ca. 1845- 
ca. 1855. [3690 

State Archives — Kentucky vital statis- 
tics. Ky. Hist. See, Reg., 46: 410-419, 
496-514, 588-604, 656-663 (Jan-Oct). 
Cont. and to be cont. Deaths of persons 
over 15, 1852-1907, with age at death, 
cause of death, place of birth, and names 
of parents. These installments: Caaey 
Co., Christian Co., Crittenden Co., and 
Cumberland Co. [3691 

Robert L. White. Some events per- 
taining to Louisville, the State of Ken- 
tucky, and adjacent States from 1884 to 
1916. Filson Club hist, quar., 22: 180- 
196 (Jul). Annals. [3692 

William L. Matthews, Jr. Constitu- 
tional uniformity as a rule for the validity 
of license taxes in Kentucky [1887-1947]. 
Ky. law jour., 36: 357-378 (May), notes. 

[3693 

Paul Oberst. Of assessors and assess- 
ment districts — legality of proposed im- 
provements [1890-1948]. Ky. State Bar 
jour., 13: 19-26 (Dec). [3694 

B. Q. Trimble. The story of workmen's 
compensation laws in Kentucky [1912- 
47]. Ky. law jour., 37: 3-28 (Nov), 
notes. [3695 

In memoriam: Philip Earle Blackerby, 
M. D. [1881-1948]. Ky. med. jour., 46: 
401-404 (Oct), port. On Dr. Blacker- 
by's career in medicine and public health 
in Kentucky, 1915-48. Contributions 
by Guy Aud and Charles A. Vance, 
Oscar O. Miller, and Irvin Abell. [3696 

Willard Rouse Jillson. Governor Earle 
C[hester] Clements [born 1896]: a bio- 
graphical sketch. Ky. Hist. Soc, Reg., 
46: 375-383 (Jan), port, bibhog. (p. 380- 
383), notes. On Clements in Kentucky 
politics, 1922-47. [3697 



Frank K. Warnock. Pecuniary interest 
of a justice of the peace in final trial of a 
misdemeanor in Kentucky — violation of 
the due process clause of the Fourteenth 
Amendment [1927-46]. Ky. laiv jour., \ 
36: 422-430 (May), notes. [3698 

Kentucky's advances are numerous to- 
ward elimination of toll bridges. In Ky., 
12 (no. 3): 16-17, 45 (autumn). On 
Kentucky toll bridges, 1928-48. [3699 

Gladys M. Kammerer. Legislative 
research and planning in Kentucky. Ky. 
law jour., 36: 379-400 (May), notes. 
On the Kentucky Legislative Council, 
1936-48. [3700 

Floodwalls throughout Kentucky will 
keep out rampaging waters. In Ky., 12 
(no. 3): 10-13, 40 (autumn), views. 
On flood protection in Kentucky, 1937- 
48. [3701 

Local History 

Legend of Cherokee princess kept alive 
at Carter Caves: open grave of Indian 
girl found in cavern. In Ky., 11 (no. 4): 
22-23, 46-47 (winter). Undated legend 
of Indian lovers and a silver mine in 
Saltpeter, or Swindell, Cave, Carter Co., 
Ky. [3702 

Peter Zodac. They pave roads with 
jasper in Kentucky. Rocks and minerals, 
23: 398-400 (May), diagr. Refers to 
the Ancient Buried City, Wickliffe, Ky., 
a mound-builder site excavated 1932 ff. 

[3703 

William C. Steele. Geographic condi- 
tions in Breathitt County, Kentucky 
[1750-1948]. Jour, geog., 47: 341-355 
(Dec), maps, views, notes. [3704 

Harry B. Mackoy. The Licking River 
[ca. 1751-1948]. Hist, and Phil. Soc. 
Ohio, Bui, 6: 6-16 (Apr), views. 

[3705 

The bluegrass of Kentucky. Am. notes 
& queries, 8: 83-88 (Sep), notes. Signed: 
F. L. S. D. Quotes travelers in Ken- 
tucky, 1771-1826, on the question wheth- 
er bluegrass is indigenous to Kentucky. 

[3706 



22i 



Jesta Bell A. Matherly. Interesting old 
homes found in Harrodsburg [1774 ff.]. 
In Ky., 12 (no. 1): 18-19, 40, 42-43 
(spring), views. [3707 

C. Frank Dunn. John Bradford bicen- 
tennial. Filson Club hist, guar., 22: 
156-172 (Jul), notes. Bradford (ca. 
1747-1830) came to Kentucky ca. 1777 
and edited the Kentucky gazette, 1785- 
1802. [3708 

[Transylvania College, 1780-1948.] Am. 
antiques jour., 3 (no. 9): 6-18 (Sep). 
facsims., views. Contents. — Old Tran- 
sylvania past and present, by Joe Leh- 
man. — Early architecture of Transylvania 
College, by Clay Lancaster. — Homes in 
Gratz Park, Lexington, Ky. — ^The old 
library at Transylvania College. [3709 

Daniel Drake. Pioneer life in Kentucky, 
1785-1800. . . . Edited, from the orig- 
inal manuscript, with introductory com- 
ments and a biographical sketch by 
Emmet Field Horine. N. Y.: H. Schu- 
man [1948]. xxix, 257p. facsim., ports., 
view. Previously published 1870. Con- 
sists of ten letters, written 1845-48, 
dealing particularly with Mayslick and 
vicinity. [3710 

J. Winston Coleman, Jr. John Brad- 
ford and the Kentucky gazette [1787-1830]. 
Ind. guar, bookman, 4: 53-61 (Jul). 

[3711 

Evelyn Crady Adams. RoUing Fork 
Baptist Church, 1788-1948. Ky. State 
Hist. See, Reg., 46: 459-483 (Apr), 
facsim., map. notes. History of a church 
in Nelson Co., Ky. [3712 

Clay Lancaster. The early ironwork of 
central Kentucky and its role in the 
architectural development [1792-1877]. 
Antiques, 53: 354-358 (May), views. 

[3713 

Marriage bonds of Fayette County, 
Kentucky [1803-14]. D. A. R. mag., 82: 
53-61, 128-138, 209-219, 301-311, 382- 
394, 487-498 (Jan-Jun). [3714 

Burton Milward. Derby visitors find 
much of interest in Blue Grass. In Ky., 
12 (no. 1): 26-28 (spring). Notes on 
Kentucky horse farms, 1804-1948. 

[3715 



Wayne T. Gray Factors affecting 
teacher tenure in the Appalachian high- 
lands. Rural sociol, 13: 295-307 (Sep), 
maps. Study of Knox Co., Ky., 1805- 
1948. [3716 

Julia Neal. The Shaker movement. 
D. A. R. mag., 82: 347-350 (May). On 
the Shakers in Logan Co., Ky., 1807- 
1922. [3717 

Boy Hays. Is the Lincoln birthplace 
cabin authentic? Abr. Lincoln quar., 5: 
127-163 (Sep), views, notes. Alleges 
that the cabin where Lincoln was born 
in 1809 was torn down before 1840; and 
traces the history of "the structure now 
enshrined in a great marble building in 
Kentucky." [3718 

Bobert Hakken. Up Sandy. Tracks, 
33 (no. 3): 10-14 (Mar), port., views. 
On Pikeville, Ky., 1821-1948. [3719 

Qayle Anderson Braden & Coralie 
Jones Bunyon. A history of the Chris- 
tian Church, Maysville, Kentucky [1828- 
1948. Maysville] Official Board of the 
Maysville Christian Church, 1948. [4], 
149 p. ports., views, bibliog. (p. 141-142) . 
notes. [3720 

Clay Lancaster. Primitive mural paint- 
er of Kentucky: Alfred Cohen. Am. 
collector, 17 (no. 11): 6-8, 19 (Dec), 
views, notes. On murals in three houses 
near Versailles, ca. 1830-ca. 1837. [3721 

Margaret M. Bridwell. The house of 
Kendrick. Filson Club hist, quar., 22: 
268-277 (Oct), notes. Geneal. chart, 
port. On William Kendrick (1810-80) 
and the jewelry firm founded by him in 
Louisville, 1831-1948. [3722 

The Jefferson County Courthouse, 
Louisville, Kentucky [1838-1948]. Filson 
Club hist, quar., 22: 5-29 (Jan), diagr., 
facsim., port., view. Contents. — Some 
historical notes relating to the courthouse 
of Jefferson County, Kentucky [by] 
Charles K. Needham [1927].— A history 
of the Jefferson County Courthouse [by] 
Charles B. Seymour [1921]. — Fireproofing 
of Jefferson County Courthouse [by] 
Brinton B. Davis. [3723 



225 



D. M. Craig. An old letter concerning 
Cassius M. Clay and the True American. 
Filson Club hist, quar., 22: 197-198 (Jul). 
From Craig, of Lexington, to the Rev. 

E. F. Berkley, Aug. 19, 1845, describing 
the dismantling of the press used by 
Cassius Marcellus Clay in publishing his 
abolitionist newspaper. [3724 

Lowell Harrison. Cassius Marcellus 
Clay and the True American. Filson Club 
hist, guar., 22: 30—49 (Jan), notes. On 
a Lexington newspaper devoted to grad- 
ual emancipation, 1845-49. [3725 

Victor Francis O'Daniel. The Church 
in Harrodsburg. Dominicana, 33: 210- 
224 (Sep). Letter to Gabriel Germann, 
o. s. B., Jan. 14, 1948, written by request 
of the latter, mainly on the services of 
Father Joseph Ryan in Kentucky, ca. 
1848-1876. [3726 

Minutes and resolutions of an emancipa- 
tion meeting in Kentucky in 1849. 
Edited by Clement Eaton. Jour. South, 
hist., 14: 541-545 (Nov), notes. Proceed- 
ings of a meeting of citizens of Warren 
Co., May 12, 1849, signed by Samuel 
Murrell, Chairman, and others. [3727 

Katherine E. Wilkie. Lexington's Sayre 
School nearing century mark. In Ky., 
11 (no. 4): 34-35, 48-49 (winter), ports., 
views. On the Sayre School, Lexington, 
founded in 1854 as Sayre Female Institute 
by David Austin Sayre. [3728 

Leonard Koester. Louisville's "blood^y 
Monday" — August 6, 1855. Hist, bid., 
26: 53-54, 62-64 (Mar). Riots against 
the Germans, the Irish, and other for- 
eigners, instigated by the Know Nothing 
Party. [3729 

Thomas Munroe Coombs. Confederate 
letters. Ky. State Hist. So.c, Reg., 46: 
397-403 (Jan). Two letters from a 
prisoner of war in the Ohio State Peniten- 
tiary to his wife, dated Columbus, Aug. 
14 and 15, 1863, on the war in Kentucky. 

[3730 

James A. Wallen. Time tamed Front 
Street. Tracks, 33 (no. 7): 2-6 (Jul). 
views. On Catlettsburg, Ky., 1863- 
1948. [3731 



Lon Carter Barton. The reign of terror 
in Graves County. Ky. Hist. Soc, 
i?e6f., 46: 484-495 (Apr), notes. On the 
period when Gen. Eleazer A. Paine com- 
manded the Union Headquarters of 
Western Kentucky at Paducah, Jul. -Sep. 
1864. [3732 

Margaret M. Bridwell. Treasuries in 
our museum: portrait of Joshua F. Speed 
and his wife, Fanny Henning Speed, by 
G. P. A. Healy [1864]. Filson Club hist, 
quar., 22: 155 (Jul), port. [3733 

Elmer G. Sulzer. Kentucky's abandoned 
railroads, no. 8. Ky. engineer, 10 (no. 4) : 
10-13, 36, 38 (Aug), facsims., map, 
views, notes. On the Louisville and 
Nashville Railroad and specifically the 
Lancaster-Fort Estill line, 1867-1934. 

[3734 

Pearle Vavelle Hendley. History of 
Farmington, Kentucky, and history of 
Farmington schools [1879-1948]. [Farm- 
ington? 1948]. 85 p. maps, ports., 
views. [3735 

Freemasons. U. S. Scottish Rite. Su- 
preme Council for the Southern Jurisdic- 
tion. Honoring on his fiftieth anniver- 
sary as a 33rd degree Mason John Henrj' 
Cowles, Sovereign Grand Inspector Gen- 
eral in Kentucky and Sovereign Grand 
Commander of tha Supreme Council 
(Mother Council of the World) of the 
Inspectors General, Knights Commanders 
of the House of the Temple of Solomon 
of the thirty-third degree of the Ancient 
and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free- 
masonry of the Southern Jurisdiction of 
the United States of America. [Louis- 
ville? Ky., 1948.] 91, [1] p. ports., views. 
On Cowles (born 1863) as a Mason, 
1888-1948. [3736 

Nevil M. Garrett. A resume of fifty 
years in the practice of medicine. Ky. 
med. jour., 46: 338-340 (Aug). Reminis- 
cences of practice in Kentucky, 1897- 
1948. [3737 

Alfred Brauer. William Delbert Funk- 
houser, 1881-1948. Science, 108: 726 
(Dec 24). On Funkhouser as a zoologist 
and archeologist in the ITniversity of 
Kentucky, 1918-48. [3738 



226 



Margaret E. Duncan. Murray State 
College. Bios, 19: 259-260 (Dec). On 
the teaching of biology in the college, 
1923-48. [3739 

John W. Leonard. The Armored Cen- 
ter. Armored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 4): 
6-7 (Jul-Aug). port., view. History and 
description of the Armored Center, Fort 
Knox, Ky., 1931-48. Installations con- 
stituting the Center are described in the 
same issue of the Armored Cavalry journal. 

[3740 

M. M. Brown. The Armored School. 
Armored Cavalry jour., 57 (no. 4): 9-15 
(Jul-Aug). port. History and descrip- 
tion of the school, established as the 
Armored Force School, at Fort Knox, 
Ky., Aug. 7, 1940. [3741 

TENNESSEE 
Statewide History 

Cullen Tuller Carter. History of the 
Tennessee Conference and a brief sum- 
mary of the general conferences, the 
Methodist Church, from the frontier in 
middle Tennessee to the present time 
[1787-1948. Nashville, 1948.] 556 p. 
ports., views, bibliogs., notes. [3742 

W. J. McGill. The superior speed and 
breed of Tennessee walking horses [1789- 
1947]. Tenn. walking horse, 4 (no. 1) : 
11-15 (Jan). [3743 

L. D. Bejack. The chancery court 
[1796-1946]. Tenn. law rev., 20: 245-254 
(Apr), notes. [3744 

Mrs. John Trotwood Moore, comp. 
Record of commissions of officers in the 
Tennessee Militia, 1812. Tenn. hist, 
guar., 22: 72-85, 171-183 (Mar-Jun). 

[3745 

C. Q. Belissary. Tennessee and immi- 
gration, 1865-1880. Tenn. hist, guar., 
22: 229-248 (Sep), notes. [3746 

James E. Thorogood. Tennessee's 

amazing "privilege tax" [1870-1947]. 

Southw. soc. sci. guar., 28: 295-302 

(Mar), notes. [3747 



Henry N. Williams. Legislative appor- 
tionment in Tennessee [1901-47]. Tenn. 
law rev., 20: 235-245 (Apr), notes. [3748 

H. Arthur Zappe. Tennessee walking 
horse palominos [1903-47]. Tenn. walk- 
ing horse, 4 (no. 1): 30-35 (Jan), views. 

[3749 

A. A. Kelly. A demarcation of dis- 
abilities under Tennessee workmen's 
compensation laws [1919-47]. Tenn. law 
rev., 20: 333-360 (Jun). notes. [3750 

E. J. Eberling. The employment secur- 
ity program (with special reference to 
Tennessee Unemployment insurance). 
Vanderhilt law rev., 1: 376-395 (Apr), 
notes. On the working of the Tennessee 
Unemployment Compensation Law of 
1936. [3751 

George Street Boone. An examination 
of the Tennessee law of administrative 
procedure [1941-48]. Vanderhilt law rev., 
1: 339-375 (Apr), notes. [3752 

Local History 

W. Q. Polk. Old town site on Big 
Harpeth River. Tenn. archeaol., 4: 24-25 
(Jun). map, views. Examination of a 
"Mississippi" site, including about 80 
stone box graves, before its destruction 
by road-building machinerj' in 1928. 

[3753 

Martha Woodroof Hiden. Virginians 
in Sumner County, Tennessee. Va. mag. 
hist., 56: 465-467 (Oct). Includes a 
letter from Major Henry Bradford, dated 
Sumner Co., May 12, 1793. [3754 

Margaret Kinard. Frontier develop- 
ment of Williamson County, Tennessee 
[1799 ff.]. Vanderbilt Univ., BuL, 48 
(no. 11): 53-54. Abstract of thesis 
(m. a.). [3755 

Alfred L. Crabb. Wilkins Tannehili 
[1787-1858], business and cultural leader. 
Tenn. hist, guar., 22: 314-321 (Dec). On 
Tannehili as business man, Mason, and 
author in Nashville, 1810-32, 1841-58. 

[3756 



227 



Shields Mcllwaine. Memphis down in 
Dixie [1818-1948]. N. Y.: E. P. Dutton 
[1948]. 400 p.*^ map. (Society in Amer- 
ica seriesr[3].) " [3767 

Gilbert E. Go van & James W. Livin- 
good. Chattanooga, Tennessee-Georgia. 
Ga. rev., 2: 236-247 (summer). On the 
possible claim of Georgia to the land on 
which Chattanooga stands, 1817-1926. 

[3758 

Rufus Buin Spain. R. B. C. Howell, 
Tennessee Baptist, 1801-1868. Vander- 
BiLT Univ., BuL, 48 (no. 11): 56. Ab- 
stract of thesis (m. a.). On Robert 
Boyte Crawford Howell as a Baptist 
minister in Tennessee, 1834 flf. [3769 

W. J. McGill. The foundation sire 
Mountain Slasher F-59. Tenn. walking 
horse, 4 (no. 2): 13, 15, 17 (Apr). On 
Mountain Slasher (ca. 1850-1879), "very 
noted as a sire of fine saddle horses," 
and on noted horses descended from him. 

[3760 

Tracy M. Kegley. Bushrod Rust John- 
son [1817-80]: soldier and teacher. Tenn. 
hist, quar., 7: 249-258 (Sep), notes. On 
Johnson as an official of the Western 
Military Institute and the University of 
Nashville and as an officer in the U. S, 
Army, 1851-75. [3761 

Adeline Clifton (McDowell) Deaderick. 
Civil War memoirs of Mrs. Adeline 
Deaderick. Edited by Anna Mary Moon. 
Tenn. hist, quar., 22: 52-71 (Mar). 
Reminiscences of 1863-64, written ca. 
1898, with an autobiographical note (Apr. 
15, 1898) and three letters, 1866-69. 

[3762 

Homer H. Smith. Memoirs of Homer H. 
Smith, attorney-at-law. Blountville, 

Tenn. [1948. 8], 121 p. port., views. 
Autobiography of a Tennessean, born 
1869, and living in Sullivan Co. [3763 

John Maloney. Town of cultured 
ghosts: the viUage of Rugby, Tenn., 
remembers its gay 1880's when an 
English colony brought cotillions, cricket, 
and culture to the mountains. Holiday, 
4 (no. 4): 81-92 (Oct), ports., views. 
On a settlement established by Thomas 



Hughes (author of Tom Brown's school 
days) in 1880. [3764 

Lant Wood. [Reminiscences of Tom 
Hayes (1865?-1947) as a breeder of 
horses at Lynchburg, Tenn., ca. 1890 S.] 
Tenn. walkirig horse, 4 (no 1): 7 (Jan). 

[3765 

Worthy of honor: the story of David 
Lipscomb [1831-1917]. Tower, 2 (no. 3) : 
8-9 (spring). On Lipscomb and the 
Nashville Bible School, 1891 ff. [3766 

Edward HoUey. The men who made 
Lipscomb: E. A. Elam [1855-1929]. 
Tower, 3 (no. 1): 1-3 (fall). On Elam's 
connection with the Nashville Bible 
School, David Lipscomb College, and the 
Gospel advocate, 1901-29. [3767 

Boy L. Garis, The Negro in Nashville 
and Davidson County, Tennessee [1930- 
46]. Social sci., 23: 30-43 (Jan). [3768 

MISSOURI 
Statewide History 

Carl H. Chapman. A preliminary sur- 
vey of Missouri archaeology. Part iv: 
ancient cultures and sequence. Mo. 
archaeologist, 10: 136-164 (Dec), maps, 
views, notes. Includes (p. 155) "Table 
showing summary of tentative sequence 
of the archaeological cultures of Mis- 
souri," B. C. 8000-A. D. 1830. [3769 

Missouri Agency rolls. D. A. R. mag., 
82: 563-566, 641-643, 716-717, 783-785 
(Jul-Oct). Pension applications, 1818- 
53, of Revolutionary veterans then living 
in Missouri. [3770 

Monia Cook Morris. Teacher training 
in Missouri before 1871 [1818-71]. Mo. 
hist, rev., 43: 18-37 (Oct), notes. [3771 

George F. Lemmer, ed. Missouri agri- 
culture as revealed in the Eastern agri- 
cultural press, 1823-1869. Mo. hist, rev., 
42: 220-240, 325-342 (Apr-Jul). notes. 
Letters from Missouri farmers, reprinted 
from the American farmer (Baltimore), 
the Cultivator (Albany), the Country 
gentleman (Albany), and the Southern 
cultivator (Augusta, Ga.). [3772 



228 



David R. Hensley. Arbitration in Mis- 
souri [1825-1947]. Mo. law rev., 13: 
170-195 (Apr), notes. [3773 

U. S. Office of Indian Affairs. Missouri 
Super intendency. William Clark's diary 
. . . Edited by Louise Barry. Kan. hist, 
quar., 16: 1-36, 136-174, 274-305, 384- 
410 (Feb-Nov). facsims., map, views, 
notes. Official journal of the St. Louis 
Superintendency of Indian Affairs, kept 
by or in the name of William Clark, 
Superintendent, May 1826-Feb. 1831. 

[3774 

Joe W. Kraus, comp. Missouri in fiction: 
a review and a bibliography. Mo. hist, 
rev., 42: 209-225, 310-324 (Apr-Jul). 
notes. Fiction pertaining to Missouri, 
1828-1946. [3775 

Lee-Carl Overstreet. Appointment of 
successor trustees, trust administration 
and settlements in Missouri [1854-1948]. 
Mo. law rev., 13: 255-276 (Jun). notes. 

[3776 

Elrao B. Hunter. Judge Kimbrough 
Stone. Univ. Kan. City law rev., 16: 
2-16 (Dec-Feb). On Stone (born 1875) 
as lawyer and jurist in Missouri, 1898- 
1947. [3777 

Robert M. Crisler. Republican areas 
in Missouri. Mo. hist, rev., 42: 299-309 
(Jul), notes. Based on election re- 
turns, 1904-44. [3778 

Rudolf Bennitt. The coyote bounty 
system in Missouri, 1936-47. Noeth 
Am. Wildlife Conf., Trans., 13: 314- 
322. map. [3779 

Laurence M. Hyde. The Missouri plan 
for selection and tenure of judges [1940- 
48]. Jour, criminal law, 39: 277-287 
(Sep-Oct). [3780 

Local History 

J. M. Shippee. Nebo Hill, a lithic 
complex in western Missouri. Am. antiq., 
14: 29-32 (Jul), map, table, view, notes. 
On a site in Clay Co., Mo.> [3781 

Mary Scott Hair. The story of Stone 
County, Missouri [ca. 1790-1927]. Ray- 
burn's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 1): 11-14 
(summer). [3782 



Martin Qumpert. John Sappington: 
medical pioneer. Tomorrow, 8 (no. 3): 
42-45 (Nov), port., views. On Sap- 
pington (1776-1856) of Arrow Rock, Mo., 
and his activities to promote the use of 
quinine in treating malaria, 1815 ff., 
including The theory and treatment of 
fevers (Arrow Rock, 1844). [3783 

Darrell Garwood. Crossroads of Amer- 
ica: the story of Kansas City [Missouri]. 
N. Y.: W. W. Norton [1948]. 331 p. 
maps, ports., views. A history, 1834- 
1948. [3784 

Ovid Bell. The First Presbyterian 
Church, Fulton, Missouri [1835-1948. 
Fulton] 1948. ix, [3], 75 p. Historical 
address delivered In 1935, with added 
materials. [3785 

Nicholas Hesse. Nicholas Hesse: Ger- 
man visitor to Missouri, 1835-1837. . . . 
Translated by William G. Bek. Mo. hist, 
rev., 42: 140-152, 241-248 (Jan- Apr). 
Concl. Translation of part of Hesse's 
Das westliche Nord-Amerika, in besonderer 
Beziehung auf die deutschen Einwanderer 
in ihren landwirthschaftlichen Handels- 
undGewerbverk&Unissen (Paderborn, 1838), 
relating mainly to the settlement at 
Westphalia in present Osage Co. [3786 

Ethel Thompson. Galena on the James. 
Rayburn's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 1): 31-32 
(summer). On Galena, Stone Co., Mo., 
1837-86. [3787 

W. B. Streufert. A tragic Sunday noon. 
Concordia Hist. Inst, guar., 21: 97-100 
(Oct), port., view. Murder of Herman 
and Agnes Jeude near Pevely, Mo., 
Mar. 4, 1844. [3788 

California, pseud. For California, ho! 
[Edited] by Arthur Woodward. The 
Westerners brand book, Los Angeles Corral, 
1947 [Los Angeles: The Los Angeles 
Westerners, 01948], p. 137-140. Letters 
dated St. Joseph and Independence, Mo., 
Apr. 2 and 5, 1849, reprinted from the 
St. Louis Missouri Republican, Apr. 7 
and 10, 1849. [3789 

History of Hurley. Rayburn's Ozark 
guide, 6 (no. 1): 64-5 (summer). Signed: 
Samanthy. On a community in Stone 
Co., Mo., 1851-1904. ' [3790 



229 



Henry August Pochmann. New Eng- 
land transcendentalism and St. Louis 
Hegelianism: phases in the history of 
American idealism. Phila.: Carl Schurz 
Memorial Foundation [1948]. 144 p. 
notes (p. 127-144). On Henry Conrad 
Brokmeyer (1826-1906) in St. Louis, 
1856-1906, and his association with 
William Torrey Harris (1835-1909), Amos 
Bronson Alcott, and others. [3791 

Virgil C. Blum. The political and 
military activities of the German element 
in St. Louis, 1859-1861. Mo. hist, rev., 
42: 103-129 (Jan), notes. [3792 

Ivah M. Shallenberger. The stolen 
watch: an episode in the life of Jesse 
James. N. M. folklore rec, 2: 44-45 
(1947-48). Incident at Lexington, Mo., 
1860. [3793 

Q. H. Pipes. Cross-ties and tomatoes 
built Reeds Spring [ca. 1870-1948]. 
Rayhurri's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 1): 77-79 
(summer), views. [3794 

Robert J. Sailstad. Four generations. 
Stephens College bul, 28 (n. 1): 4^5, 46 
(Jan), ports., views. On James Leach- 
man Stephens (1815-1901), who came to 
Missouri in 1819, Edwin William Ste- 
phens, Hugh Stephens, and Philip B. 
Stephens, and their connections with the 
Baptist Female Seminary, Columbia, 
Mo., now Stephens College, 1870-1948. 

[3795 

Dolph Shaner. The story of Joplin 
[1870-1948]. N. Y.: Stratford House 
[1948]. ix, 142 p. views. [3796 

Robert M. Crisler. Missouri's "Little 
Dixie." Mo. hist, rev., 42: 130-139 (Jan), 
notes. Defines the term on the basis of 
election returns, 1872-1944. [3797 

Fred C. Stein & H. William Lieske. 

Old Gravelton revisited: a description of 
the cradle of the English District after 
seventy-five years. Concordia Hist. Inst, 
guar., 20: 162-170 (Jan), port., views. 
History of Zion Lutheran Church, 
Gravelton, Mo., 1872-1948. [3798 

William E. Sharp. The life of a hill- 
billy. Rayburn's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 1) : 



60-61 (summer), port. Reminiscences 
of Stone Co., Mo., ca. 1875-1948. 

[3799 

Maurice Morton Milligan. Missouri 
waltz: the inside story of the Pendergast 
machine by the man who smashed it. 
N. Y.: C. Scribner's Sons, 1948. xiii, 
281 p. port. On the activities of '' 
James Pendergast and Thomas Joseph 
Pendergast in Kansas City, Mo., 1876- 
1945. [3800 

R. I. Brigham. Negro public colleges in 
St. Louis and Kansas City, Missouri 
[1890-1948]. Jour. Negro educ, 17: 51- 
57 (winter), notes. [3801 

Claude Anderson Phillips. Fifty years 
of public school teaching, from rural 
school teacher to university professor. 
Columbia: Missouri State Teachers Assoc. 
[1948]. xvi, 145 p. ports., views. "Com- 
plete list of Phillips' publications" (p. 
143-145). Reminiscences of a Missouri 
educator, 1890-1948. [3802 

Cow chows. Fortune, 37 (no. 1): 84-91 
146, 149, 151-152, 154, 156 (Jan), ports, 
(part col.), views (part col.). On the 
Ralston Purina Co., St. Louis, 1893- 
1947. [3803 

Shepherd of the Hills gleamings. Ray- 
burn's Ozark guide, 6 (jio. 1) : 45-47 
(summer), ports., view. On Stone Co., 
Mo., where Harold Bell Wright lived 
intermittently 1896-ca. 1907. [3804 

August R. Suelflow. Concordia maga- 
zine. Concordia Hist. Inst, guar., 21: 
3-5 (Apr). Issued under auspices of the 
Missouri Synod of the Lutheran Church 
for "English-speaking young people" and 
"to counteract the unchristian influences 
so frequently found in secular maga- 
zines," St. Louis, Jan. 1896-Dec. 1901. 

[3805 

Francis A. Klein. Dolling up the autos 
of 1904. Old timers news, 3 (no. 10): 
19-20 (Apr), view. Reprinted from the 
St. Louis globe democrat. Interview with 
A. L. Dyke of St. Louis, who "originated 
the first automobile parts and supply 
business in America in 1899" and who 
edits Automobile and gas engine encyclo- 
pedia. [3806 



230 



G. H. Pipes. Red gold in the Ozarks. 
Rayhurn's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 1) : 71-72 
(summer). On tomato canning in Stone 
Co., Mo., ca. 1900-1948. Includes rem- 
iniscences from Frank I. Mease. [3807 

Hettie Rhoda Meade. The songs of 
Patience Worth. Am. Soc. Psychical 
Research, Jour., 42: 15-27 (Jan), 
notes. On communications received 
through Mrs. Pearl Lemore Curran in 
St. Louis, 1913-27, from Patience Worth, 
alleged to have lived in 1648 or 1649. 

[3808 

Les Merrell. Les Merrell recalls his 
memories of old St. Louis. Natl. Rail- 
way Hist. Soc, Bui, 13 (no. 2): 12-14 
(2d quarter), views. On St. Louis 
streetcars, ca. 1920-1945. [3809 

Cedric Belfrage. Cotton-patch Moses. 
Harper's, 197 (no. 1182): 94-103 (Nov). 
cartoons. On the Rev. Owen H. Whit- 
field and the Sharecropper Strike of 1939 
in southeastern Missouri. [3810 

ARKANSAS 

Statewide History 

Stephen E. Wood. The development of 
Arkansas railroads [1835-1936]. Ark. 
hist, guar., 7: 103-140, 155-193 (summer- 
autumn), notes. [3811 

Svend Petersen. Arkansas in presidential 
elections [1836-1944]. Ark. hist, guar., 
7: 194-209 (autumn), notes. [3812 

Felton D. Freeman. Immigration to 
Arkansas. Ark. hist, guar., 7: 210-220 
(autumn), notes. On means used by 
State and private agencies to encourage 
immigration to Arkansas, 1868-1901. 

[3813 

Harrison Hale. University of Arkansas, 
1871-1948. Fayetteville: Univ. of Arkan- 
sas Alumni Assn., 1948. x, 289 p. 
ports., views. [3814 

Henry Q. Hotz. A history of the 
College of Education, University of 
Arkansas [1871-1947]. Ark. hist, guar., 
7: 257-278 (winter), notes. [3815 

W. W. Nedrow. Arkansas State College 
[1909-48]. Bios, 19: 97-98 (May). 

[3816 



Clara B. Kennan. The Ozark trails 
and Arkansas's pathfinder. Coin Harvey. 
Ark. hist, guar., 7: 299-316 (winter). On 
the Ozark Trails Association, founded 
Jul. 10, 1913, and the work of Col. W. H. 
Harvey, Monte Ne, Ark., in marking 
and developing Arkansas highways. 

[3817 
Local History 

Mary P. Fletcher. The Post of Arkan- 
sas [1765-ca. 1819]. Ark. hist, guar., 7: 
145-149 (summer). [3818 

T. L. Hodges & Mrs. T. L. Hodges. 
Jean Lafitte and Major L. Latour in 
Arkansas territory. Ark. hist, guar., 7: 
237-256 (winter), notes. Documentary 
and other evidence that Lafitte and 
Latour visited Arkansas in 1816. [3819 

Ben Duval Johnston. Sketch of Ben- 
jamin Taylor Duval [1823-1905], promi- 
nent citizen of Arkansas. Ark. hist. 
guar., 7: 53-56 (spring). [3820 

Eflie Allison Wall. Early boating on 
St. Francis, and interesting reminiscenses 
[sic] as told by Mrs. Margaret Clark. 
Ark. hist, guar., 7: 227-230 (autumn). 
Reminiscences and lore, ca. 1835-1875. 

[3821 

Aline McDonald Milholland. Early 
days in Grant County [1841-87]. Ark. 
hist, guar., 7: 317-328 (winter). [3822 

Harold L. McDonald. The Battle of 
Jenkins' Ferry [Apr. 30, 1864]. Ark. 
hist, guar., 7: 57-67 (spring), notes. [3823 

Eflie Allison Wall. Early railroad his- 
tory and other interesting events in Lee 
County [1874-85]. Ark. hist, guar., 7: 
231-233 (autumn). [3824 

Robert Schick. The turbulent North 
Arkansas. Railroad mag., 46 (no. 1): 
10-25 (Jun). map, views. On the Mis- 
souri & Arkansas Railroad, 1881-1948. 

[3825 

Clara B. Eennan. When Henry Starr 
robbed the Bentonville Bank — 1893. 
Ark. hist, guar., 7: 68-80 (spring). [3826 

Robert W. Harrison & Walter M. 
Kollmorgen. Socio-economic history of 
Cypress Creek Drainage District and 



231 



related districts of southeast Arkansas 
[1900-1930]. Ark. hist, guar., 7: 20-52 
(spring). [3827 

James D. Callahan. Crossett — monu- 
ment to planned forestry. Am. forests, 
54: 152-154 (Apr). views. On the 
Crossett Lumber Co., Crossett, Ark., 
1901-48. [3828 

Jean Bell Mosley. "Possum Holler." 
Rayburn's Ozark guide, 6 (no. 2): 25-28 
(autumn), port. Reminiscences of girl- 
hood in "Possum Holler," in the Ozarks, 
ca. 1915. [3829 

Robert L. Morris. Experiment in South- 
ern education. Southw. soc. sci. quar., 
29: 193-205 (Dec). On Commonwealth 
College, Mena, Ark., 1923-40. [3830 

J. Leighton Scott. West Memphis — a 
record of fine progress. Presbyt. survey, 
38: 415-417 (Sep), view. On the First 
Presbyterian Church, West Memphis, 
1928-48. [3831 

R. R. Reynolds. Ten years of selective 
timber management. South, lumberman, 
177 (no. 2225): 121-124 (Dec 15). views. 
Experiment in the Crossett Experimental 
Forest, Crossett, Ark., 1937-47. [3832 

OKLAHOMA 

Statewide History 

Edward Everett Dale «fc Morris L. 
Warden. History of Oklahoma [1540- 
1948]. N. Y.: Prentice-Hall, 1948. x, 
[2], 572 p. maps (1 fold, col.), views, 
bibliogs. [3833 

Wyatt F. Jeltz. The relations of Ne- 
groes and Choctaw and Chickasaw Indians 
[ca. 1831-1907]. Jour. Negro hist., 33: 
24-37 (Jan), notes. [3834 

Albert McClellan. Now Oklahoma 
Baptists work together [1832-1947]. Quar. 
rev. {Bapt.), 8 (no. 1): 10-16 (1st quarter). 
diagr., ports. [3835 

George H. Shirk, comp. First post 
offices within the boundaries of Oklahoma. 
Chron. Okla., 26: 179-244 (summer), 
facsims. Table of the post offices in 
Oklahoma, ca. 1832-1907, giving loca- 
tion, date of establishment, and name of 



first postmaster of each. For errata list 
see 26: 491. [3836 

Nathaniel Jason Washington. His- 
torical development of the Negro in 
Oklahoma [ca. 1833-1948]. Tulsa, Okla.: 
Dexter Pub. Co. [1948. 10], 71 p. 
diagrs., maps, port, bibliog. (p. 69-71). 

[3837 

Berlin Basil Chapman. Freedmen and 
the Oklahoma lands [1866-89]. Southw. 
soc. sci. quar., 29: 150-159 (Sep), notes. 

[3838 

Fred S. Clinton. The Indian Territory 
Medical Association [1881-1906]. Chron. 
Okla. 26: 23-55 (spring), ports, notes. 

[3839 

Berlin Basil Chapman. Secret "In- 
structions and suggestions" to the Chero- 
kee Commission, 1889-1890. Chron. 
Okla., 26: 449-458 (winter), notes. In- 
cludes excerpt of instructions from the 
Commissioner of Indian Affairs, May 9, 
1889. [3840 

Eugene S. Richards. Trends of Negro 
life in Oklahoma as reflected by census 
reports [1890-1940]. Jour. Negro hist., 
33: 38-52 (Jan). [3841 

Harold Verne Keith. Oklahoma kick- 
off: an informal history of the first 
twenty-five years of football at the 
University of Oklahoma, and of the 
amusing hardships that attended its 
pioneering [1895-1921]. Norman, Okla. 
[1948. 12], 407 p. ports., views. [3842 

Charles Evans. Robert Lee Williams 
[1868-1948]. Chron. Okla., 26: 120-131 
(summer), port, views. On Williams 
as lawyer, jurist, and political leader in 
Oklahoma, 1896-1948. [3843 

Edward Adolphe. Oklahoma: fifty years 
of oil [1897-1947]. Travel, 90 (no. 4): 
18-21, 32 (Feb), views. [3844 

Charles Evans. George Allen Henshaw, 
1867-1947. Chron. Okla., 26: 63-76 
(spring), port. On Henshaw as a lawyer 
in Oklahoma, 1900-1947, with special 
reference to his services as a member of 
the State Corporation Commission, 1911- 
17. Appended: biographies of certain 
members of the Oklahoma Constitutional 
Convention. [3845 



232 



Robert Warren, Jr. Tuxation: municipal 
operation of public utilities: sources of 
municipal revenue in Oklahoma [1907- 
48]. Okla. laiv rev., 95-106 (May), 
notes. [3846 

[Muriel H. Wright.] "Senatorial Direct 
Election Commission of the State of 
Oklahoma" [1907-13]. Chron. Okla., 26: 
248-250 (summer). [3847 

Maurice H. Merrill. The basic doctrine 
of Oklahoma public law [1908-48]. Okla. 
laiurev., 1: 2Q2-275 (Nov), notes. [3848 

A. N. Emmerling. Forests of Oklahoma. 
.4m. forests, 54: 554-555, 574 (Dec), 
views. On Oklahoma forestry, ca. 1909- 
1948. [3849 

Frank A. Balyeat. Junior colleges in 
Oklahoma [1924-48]. Chron. Okla., 26: 
56-62 (spring), map. [3850 

[Muriel H. Wright.] Oklahoma War 
Memorial — World War ii. Part xviii. 
Chron. Okla., 26: 77-88 (spring). Brief 
biographies of Oklahomans who died in 
World War ii. [3851 

Local History 

Carolyn (Thomas) Foreman. Park 
Hill. [Muskogee? Okla.] 1948. 186, [7] 
p. ports., views, bibliog. (p. 183-186), 
notes. History of a community founded 
as a Cherokee mission, 1828-1948. [3852 

Carl Coke Rister. No Man's Land. 
Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 1948. 
xi, 210 p. map, views, bibliog. (p. 193- 
199). On the Panhandle of Oklahoma, 
1831-ca. 1940, with particular reference 
to its government. [3853 

[Muriel H. Wright.] Old Choctaw 
Agency, oldest building in Oklahoma, 
burned in 1947. Chron. Okla., 26: 90-91 
(spring). view. On a building con- 
structed in 1831. [3854 

Samuel Austin Worcester. Some let- 
ters from the Reverend Samuel A. Worces- 
ter at Park Hill. [Edited] by George 
H. Shirk. Chron. Okla., 26: 468-478 
(winter), port, notes. Letters dated 
Dwight, Western Cherokee Nation, Jul. 
7, 1835, and Park Hill, Aug. 1, 1844- 
Jan. 5, 1858. [3855 



Virginia E. Lauderdale. "TuUahassee 
Mission" Chron. Okla., 26: 285-300 
(autumn), notes, views. On a Presby- 
terian mission, 1848-81. [3856 

Lillian Delly. Ellen Howard Miller 
[1862-1944]. Chron. Okla., 26: 174-177 
(summer), port, notes. Sketch of a civic 
leader in Bartlesville, Okla. [3857 

Berlin Basil Chapman. "The Otoe and 
Missouria Reservation" [1869-1948]. 
Chron. Okla., 26: 132-158 (summer), 
facsim., ports, notes. [3858 

James Warren Covington. Causes of 
the Dull Knife Raid, 1878. Chron. Okla., 
26: 13-22 (spring), views, notes. [3859 

Preston George. Frisco between two 
cities. Trains, 8 (no. 3): 7-9 (Jan), 
map, views. On the St. Louis-San 
Francisco Railway between Tulsa and 
Oklahoma City, 1882-1948. [3860 

Ora Eddleman Reed. The Robe 
family — missionaries. Chron. Okla., 26: 
301-312 (autumn), ports, notes. On 
William Bay Robe, who came to Indian 
Territory in 1882, and his family. [3861 

Jeremiah Curtin. Jeremiah Curtin in 
Indian Territory [1883-84]. Chron. Okla., 
26: 345-356 (autumn), notes. Excerpt, 
annotated by Carolyn Thomas Foreman, 
from The memoirs of Jeremiah Curtin, 
edited by Joseph Schafer (Madison, 
1940). [3862 

Moita Dorsey Davis. Boss Neff. Chron. 
Okla., 26: 159-173 (summer). port, 
notes. On B. S. Neff (Boss Sebastian 
Neff, 1866-1947) as rancher, grain dealer, 
owner of oil leases, and banker in the 
Oklahoma Panhandle, 1883-1947. [3863 

Berlin Basil Chapman. The founding 
of Stillwater: a case study in Oklahoma 
history. [Oklahoma City: Times- Jour- 
nal Pub. Co., 1948.] xii, 245 p. diagrs., 
facsims., maps, ports., view. "Select 
bibhography" (p. 231-233), notes. On 
the pioneers of Stillwater, 1884-94. Ap- 
pendices (p. 160-230): Official mUitary 
reports, 1884-85; memoirs of pioneers; 
miscellaneous documents, 1889-94. 

[3864 



233 



Oscar A. Kinchen. The squatters in 
No Man's Land. Chron. Okla., 26: 385- 
398 (winter). views, notes. On No 
Man's Land, now known as the Oklahoma 
Panhandle, 1885-90. [3865 

Albert W. Thompson. Recollections of 
early No-Man's-Land. Cattleman, 35 
(no. 5): 28, 46, 49-52, 54 (Oct). Reminis- 
cences of the Oklahoma Panhandle, 
1885-ca. 1898. [3866 

O. H. Richards. Memories of an 89'er. 
Chron. Okla., 26: 2-12 (spring), views. 

[3867 

John M. Hendrix. An Indian Territory 
ranch in the early 90's. Cattleman, 34: 
(no. 8): 33-34, 52, 54, 56 (Jan), views. 
Reminiscences of the Hendrix and Royer 
Ranch near Turner Falls, 1894-98. [3868 

O. H. Richards. Early days in Day 
County. Chron. Okla., 26: 313-324 (au- 
tumn), map., views, notes. Reminis- 
cences of a rancher, 1897-1948. [3869 

Phyllis Sapp. The ice cutter: the life 
of J. B. Rounds, missionary to the 
Indians. Atlanta: Home Mission Board, 
Southern Baptist Convention [1948. 4], 
99 p. ports., views. (Graded series on 
frontiers.) On James Burley Rounds 



(born 1876) as a Baptist missionary in 
Oklahoma, 1899-1943. [3870 ! 

John M. Hendrix. Wichita Mountains \ 
Wild Life Refuge. Cattleman, 35 (no. 6): 
19-21, 86, 88-92 (Nov), views. History 
and description of the Wichita Moun- 
tains Wild Life Refuge in southwestern 
Oklahoma, 1901-48. [3871 

Joe Cvinningham. Singing brakeman. 
Railroad mag., 45 (no. 2): 102-112 (Mar), 
views. On Russell Andrew McClain 
(born 1886) as a railroader in Oklahoma, 
1902-48. [3872 

W. R. Holway. Dams on the Grand 
River [1907-46]. Chron. Okla., 26: 329- 
334 (autumn). [3873 

Fred S. Clinton. The beginning of the 
International Petroleum Exposition and 
Congress. Chron. Okla., 26: 479-488 
(winter), ports, notes. Exposition held 
at Tulsa, 1923 and 1948. [3874 

James Franklin Page. A study of local 
offenders in the Payne County Jail 
[Oklahoma, 1929-47]. Southw. soc. set. 
quar., 29: 232-239 (Dec). [3875 

R. McFerran Crowe. Church extension 
for the city. Presbyt. survey, 38: 452-455 
(Oct), views. On Presbyterian churches 
in Oklahoma City, 1941-48. [3876 



THE WEST 



Ramon Frederick Adams. Cowboy 
lingo. The Westerners brand book, Los 
Angeles Corral, 1947 [Los Angeles: The 
Los Angeles Westerners, "1948], p. 119- 
125. Undated collectanea. [3877 

S. J. Tobin. Culture sequences in the 
Southwest. Southw. lore, 13: 55-70 
(Mar), views. On the chronology and 
terminology of Indian "culture phases" 
in the Southwest, 15,000 B. C. to the 
present. [3878 

Roderick Peattie, ed. The inverted 
mountains: canyons of the West. . . . Con- 
tributors: Weldon F. Heald, Edwin D. 
McKee, Harold S. Colton. N. Y.: 
Vanguard Press [1948]. x, 390 p. maps, 



views. (American mountain series.) 
Includes reference to the history of Utah, 
Nevada, and Arizona, 11 A. D. to date. 

[3879 

Matthew W. Stirling. Indians of the 
Far West [1542-ca. 1900]. Natl. geog. 
mag., 93: 175-200 (Feb). views (part 
col.), notes. " [3880 

Richard Gill Montgomery. Young 
Northwest. [Second edition, indexed and 
revised.] Portland, Ore.: Binfords & 
Mort [1948. 8], 318 p. maps. First pub- 
lished 1941. Episodes in the history of 
the Pacific Northwest, 1543-1948. [3881 

Donald Wayne. The Sioux. Holiday, 4 
(no. 3): 99-103, 139-141 (Sep), col. ports., 



234 



col. views. Description with occasional 
historical references, ca. 1700 ff. [3882 

Thomas Jefferson Wertenbaker. The 
molding of the Middle West (ca. 1760- 
ca. 1860) Am. hist, rev., 53: 223-234 
(Jan). [3883 

Le Boy R. Hafen. The Old Spanish 
Trail, Santa Fe to Los Angeles [1775- 
1847]. Huntington Lib. guar., 11: 149- 
160 (Feb), notes. [3884 

Ronald L. Ives. The outlet of Lake 
Bonneville. Scientific mo., 67: 415-426 
(Dec), diagr., maps, views. On investi- 
gations, 1776-1946, of "Lake Bonneville, 
which once covered parts of Utah, 
Nevada, and Idaho to a maximum depth 
of more than 1,000 feet." [3885 

They went with Lewis & Clark. Month 
at Goodspeed's, 19: 121-122. Describes 
a pamphlet entitled Docum,ents accom- 
panying a bill making compensation to 
Messieurs Lewis and Clarke (Wash., 
1807), including the muster roll of the 
Lewis and Clark party. [3886 

Robert Gresham Bailey. River of No 
Return (the great Salmon River of Idaho): 
a century of central Idaho and eastern 
Washington history and development 
together with the wars, customs, myths, 
and legends of the Nez Perce Indians. 
Revised edition. Lewiston, Idaho: R. G. 
Bailey Print. Co. 1947 [i. e. 1948]. xxix, 
754 p. maps, ports., views. First pub- 
lished 1935. Incidents and anecdotes, 
1805-1948, including the author's remin- 
iscences since ca. 1890. [3887 

Leon Lemonnier. Les Mormons: his- 
toire du Far-West. [Paris] Gallimard 
[1948]. 514 p. bibliog. (p. 511-512). 
(La suite des temps, 20.) A history, 
1805-1907, beginning with the youth of 
Joseph Smith in New York. [3888 

Bray Hammond. Banking in the early 
West: monopoly, prohibition, and laissez 
faire [1816-65]. Jour. econ. hist., 8: 
1-25 (May), notes. " [3889 

David Donald & Frederick A. Palmer. 

Toward a Western literature, 1820-1860. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., 35: 413-428 (Dec), 
notes. [3890 



Levette Jay Davidson. White versions 
of Indian myths and legends. Western 
folklore, 7: 115-128 (Apr), notes. On 
versions collected in the West by un- 
trained persons, 1820-1924. [3891 

Don Hill. Notes on some artists in the 
early West [1820-53]. The Westerners 
brand book, Los Angeles Corral, 19^7 
[Los Angeles: The Los Angeles Western- 
ers, =1948], p. 103-110. views. On 
George Catlin, Charles Bodmer, Albert 
Jacob Miller, John James Audubon, and 
Rudolph Friedrich Kurz. [3892 

Josiah Gregg. Origin and development 
of the Santa Fe trade. Frontier times, 
25: 223-228 (Jul). From Gregg's Com- 
merce of the prairies (1844). Route from 
Missouri to New Mexico, 1821-43. [3893 

Jean Mc Caleb. Famous Western mines. 
Canad. mining jour., 69 (no. 1): 63; (no. 
2): 115; (no. 3): 84-85; (no. 4): 91-92; 
(no. 5): 95-96; (no. 6): 79 (Jan-Jun). 
Concl. Undated; ca. 1829-ca. 1900. 
Contents. — The legend of the lost silver 
mine [Nevada]. — 'Rock Springs recollec- 
tions [Wyoming]. — -"Cloud City" reflec- 
tions [Leadville, Colo.]. — -Lost direction 
by Pegleg [Arizona]. — Million dollar cow 
pasture [Cripple Creek, Colo.].- — -The 
golden sands of Rokoweef [Nevada]. 

[3894 

Edward Everett Dale. Wood and water: 
twin problems of the prairie plains [ca. 
1830-1901]. Neb. hist., 29: 87-104 (Jun). 
view, notes. [3895 

Ellen Harriet Thomsen. Protestant 
Westward migration, 1830-1839. Pres- 
BTT. Hist. Soc, Jour., 26: 44-63 (Mar), 
notes. [3896 

Donald Wayne. The Wild West: It 
survives only as a fraudulent legend of its 
once lusty past [ca. 1830-ca. 1900]. 
Holiday, 3 (no. 3): 55-61, 123-125 (Mar), 
ports., views (part col.). [3897 

Charles Kelly. Utah mountain man. 
Desert mag., 11 (no. 7): 11-12 (May), 
view. Career of Louie Simonds, a son- 
in-law of Kit Carson, in New Mexico, 
California, and the Uintah Basin, Utah, 
1831-94. [3898 



235 



Walter E. Meacham. Old Oregon 
Trail: roadway of American home build- 
ers [1832-52]. Manchester, N. H.: 
Printed by the Clarke Press, 1948. [2], 
101 p. map, views. [3899 

Frank Weitenkampf. A Swiss artist 
among the Indians. N. Y. Pub. Lib., 
Bui, 52: 554-556 (Nov). On Karl 
Bodmer, who accompanied Maximilian 
Alexander Philip, Prinz von Wied- 
.Neuwied, in a Western tour of 1832-34, 
and 81 plates prepared by him for Prince 
Maximilian's Reise in das innere Nord- 
America (Coblenz, 2 v. and atlas, 183&- 
41). [3900 

Thomas Edwin Jessett. Origins of the 
Episcopal Church in the Pacific North- 
west [1836-54. n. p., 1948?] 42 p. 
4 ports, (on fold, leaf laid in), notes. 
Reprinted from Ore. Hist, quar., Sep.- 
Dec. 1947. [3901 

John Bidwell. In California before the 
gold rush. Los Angeles: Ward Ritchie 
Press, 1948. vii. 111 p. ports. Articles 
printed in the Century magazine, Nov. 
1890-Feb. 1891, and reissued with ad- 
ditions as Echoes of the past, ca. 1914. 
Reminiscences of a journey overland 
from Ohio to California, 1839-41, and of 
residence in California till 1847. [3902 

Ruth Teiser & Catherine Harroiin. 
Origin of Wells, Fargo, & Company, 
1841-1852. Bus. Hist. Soc, Bid., 22: 
70-83 (Jun). port., view, notes. [3903 

Charles T. Dvmcan. Fremont in Cali- 
fornia: hero or mountebank? Neb. hist., 
29: 33-54 (Mar), port, notes. Re- 
marks on John C. Fremont in the West, 
1842-47, based on treatments of this 
subject by Allan Nevins and Bernard 
De Voto. [3904 

Paul Dayton Bailey. Jacob Hamblin, 
buckskin apostle. Los Angeles: West- 
ernlore Press, 1948. 408 p. map, port., 
views, bibliog. (p. 401-402), notes (p. 
395-400). On Hamblin (1810-86) as a 
Mormon missionary to the Indians of 
Utah, Arizona, and Nevada, and as guide 
to John Wesley Powell in exploring the 
Colorado River, 1844-80. [3905 



Philip A. Miuiz. Let's save the short- 
leaved Joshua tree. Natl, parks mag., 
22 (no. 92): 8-12 (Jan-Mar), views. 
Review of studies of Yucca brevifolia in 
the Southwest, 1844-1948. [3906 

August William Derleth. The Mil- 
waukee Road: its first hundred years. 
N. Y.: Creative Age Press, 1948. [6], 
330 p. map, ports., views, bibliog. 
(p. 311-315). (The Railroads of Am- 
erica [3].) On the Chicago, Milwaukee, 
St. Paul, and Pacific Railroad and prede- 
cessor companies, 1847-1947. [3907 

Thomas Edwin Jessett. Early mission- 
aries in the Pacific Northwest. P. E. 
Church, Hist, mag., 17: 106-127 (Mar), 
notes. On St. Michael Fackler, WiUiam 
Richmond, James A. Woodward, and 
John D. McCarty, 1847-54. [3908 

Erastus Snow. Journey to Zion. Utah 
humanities rev., 2: 107-128, 264-284 
(Apr- Jul), notes. Diary of a journey 
from the site of Florence, Neb., to Salt 
Lake City, Apr. 6-Aug. 24, 1847. 

[3909 

Robert Joseph Casey & William Arch- 
er Sholto Douglas. Pioneer railroad: 
the story of the Chicago and North 
Western system [1848-1948]. N. Y.: 
Whittlesey House [1948]. x, 334 p. 
facsims., maps, ports., views. bibliog. 
(p. 321). Semifictional in style. [3910 

Rowland L. Williams. The Chicago 
and North Western Railway: a centenary 
address, 1848-1948. N. Y.: Newcomen 
Society of England, American Branch, 
1948. 24 p. [3911 

William Graham Johnston. Overland 
to California, by Wm. G. Johnston, a 
member of the wagon train first to enter 
California in the memorable year of 1849. 
Foreword by Jos. A. Sullivan. Oakland, 
Calif.: Biobooks, 1948. [6], A-L, 272 p. 
facsim., maps (1 fold.), ports., views. 
(California centennial edition, 13). First 
published 1892 under title: Experiences 
of a Forty-Niner. Journey from Pitts- 
1/urgh to California and return by way of 
Panama to Pittsburgh, Mar. 2, 1849- 
Feb. 19, 1850; and second visit to Cali- 
fornia, 1891. [3912 



236 



James W. Evans. A Missouri forty- 
niner's trip across the plains. Mo. hist, 
rev., 43: 38-47 (Oct). Letter to the 
author's brother, dated Frenchman's 
Bar, Yuba Co., Cahf., Oct. 27, 1850, 
describing a journej- from Arkansas. 

[3913 

Charles D. Ferguson. California gold 
fields. Oakland: Biobooks, 1948. xvii, 
163 p. fols. map. (California centennial 
edition, 14.) Reprint of part of the 
author's The experiences of a Forty-niner 
during thirty-four years' residence in 
California and Australia (Cleveland, 
1888). On his overland journey from 
Illinois to California and his experiences 
in California and Nevada, 1850-52. [3914 

Wayne Qard. Sagebrush justice. Am. 
mercury, 66: 476-481 (Apr). On courts 
and jails in the Far West, ca. 1850-ca. 
1889. [3915 

Alvin F. Harlow. He built the Union 
Pacific. Trains, 8 (no. 8): 36-46 (Jun). 
facsims., views. On Grenville M. Dodge 
(1831-1916) as a railroad builder, 1852- 
97, and as an officer in the Council Bluffs 
Guards and the U. S. Army, 1856-66. 

[3916 

A. Jay Hertz. The Butterfield overland 
stage route. Am. philatelist, 62: 223-227 
(Dec), facsims., ports., views. Describes 
a route between San Francisco and the 
Missouri, 1857-61. [3917 

Henry Nash Smith. The Western hero 
in the dime novel. Southw. rev., 33: 276- 
284 (summer). Mainly on Beadle's 
dime novels, 1858-93. [3918 

De Witt C. Peters. [Letters to Kit 
Carson, dated at New York, March 7, 
1859.] N. M. hist, rev., 23: 241-242 
(Jul), notes. On the sales of Peters's 
biography of Kit Carson, and other 
matters. [3919 

Olaf T. Hagen. The Pony Express 
starts from St. Joseph [Apr. 3, I860]. 
Mo. hist, rev., 43: 1-17 (Oct), notes. 

[3920 

H. Parker Johnson. Hinckley & Co.'s 
Express, the mail man to the gold miners, 
with notes on Western Stage Company 



& Central Overland California & Pikes 
Peak Express Co. Am. philatelist, 61: 
856-866 (Aug), facsims., view. Service 
between Denver and California, May 
1860-May 1861. [3921 

Ernest Venable Sutton. A life worth 
living. Pasadena, Calif.: Trail's End 
Pub. Co. [1948]. xiv, [2], 350 p. ports. 
Reminiscences of life in Ohio, Minnesota, 
Dakota, and Illinois, 1862-90, and of 
Los Angeles, 1890-1948. [3922 

Joseph Cruickshank Talbot. Journal 
of the first bishop of the North West, 
Joseph Cruickshank Talbot. Edited by 
Thomas Jenkins. P. E. Church, Hist, 
mag., .17: 60-105 (Mar), notes. Diary 
of missionary journeys from Nebraska to 
Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and 
Nevada, May 25-Dec. 9, 1863, with a 
biographical sketch of Talbot (1816-83). 

[3923 

Samuel W. Long. Interview with 
Samuel W. Long. [By] Mrs. Leah Way. 
Prairie schooner, 22: 198-202 (summer). 
On the experiences of Long (born 1849) 
as a cowboy in Nebraska, Wyoming, and 
Utah, ca. 1865, with mention of later 
incidents. [3924 

Roland C. McConnell. Isaiah Dorman 
and the Custer expedition. Jour. Negro 
hist., 33: 344-352 (Jul), notes. On 
the services of a Negro in Custer's forces, 
1876, with a sketch of his War Depart- 
ment employments in Dakota Territory, 
1865 ff. [3925 

Frederick W. Mitchell. Correspondence 
of Frederick W. Mitchell relative to his 
mining enterprises in California and 
Idaho, 1865-1866. Pac. Northw. quar., 
39: 133-151 (Apr). Letters dated Sep. 
9, 1865-Dec. 14, 1866, to investors at 
Hudson, N. Y., from their agent. [3926 

Santa Fe: No. 1 railroad. Fortune, 38 
(no. 5): 122-127, 162, 164, 169-170, 172, 
174 (Nov), map, port., views (part col.). 
On the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe 
Railroad, ca. 1865-1948. [3927 

Thomas Alfred Creigh. From Nebraska 
City to Montana, 1866: the diary of 
Thomas Alfred Creigh [May 17-Oct. 4, 



237 



1866]. Edited by James C. Olson. 
Neb. hist., 29: 208-237 (Sep), view, 
notes. [3928 

Elmo Scott Watson. Photographing the 
frontier: Elmo Scott Watson discusses 
pioneer picture makers in the era of the 
Indian Wars between 1866 and 1891. 
Westerners brand book (monthly), 4: 61- 
63, 65-67 (Jan). [3929 

Eugene McAuliffe. Early coal mining 
in the West, beginning with 1868. N. Y.: 
Newcomen Society of England, American 
Branch, 1948. 32 p. [3930 

Merle Armitage. Operations Santa F^: 
Atchison, Topeka, & Santa F6 railway 
system. . . . Edited by Edwin Corle. 
N. Y.: Duell, Sloan, & Pearce [1948. 18], 
263 p. maps, views (part col.), bibliog. 
(p. 251-252). On the system and its 
predecessors, 1869-1948. [3931 

Daniel R. Harkey. Mean as hell. [Al- 
buquerque] Univ. of New Mexico Press, 
1948. xvi, 223 p. map, ports. Rem- 
iniscences of a sheriff and rancher in 
Texas and New Mexico, 1876-1911. 

[3932 

Ray B. West, Jr. Mark Twain's idyl of 
frontier America [ca. 1876-1884]. Univ. 
Kan. City rev., 15: 92-104 (winter). [3933 

George W. Bolds. Sod huts and the 
Santa Fe. Railroad mag., 45 (no. 3): 
59-63 (Apr). On colonizing activities of 
the Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe 
Railroad in western Kansas and eastern 
Colorado, 1878-80. [3934 

Mary W. M. Hargreaves. Dry farming, 
alias scientific farming [1879-1913]. Agric. 
hist., 22: 39-56 (Jan), notes. "Part of 
an extensive study by the author on the 
historical development of dry farming in 
the Northern Plains." [3935 

John K. Rollinson. History of the 
migration of Oregon-raised herds to Mid- 
Western markets: Wyoming cattle trails. 
. . . Edited and arranged by E[arl] 
A[lonzo] Brininstool. Caldwell, Idaho: 
Caxton Printers, 1948. 366 p. facsims., 
maps, ports., views, bibliog. (p. 349- 
351). Introduction dealing with cowboy 
life; "The dying cowboy," a favorite 



cowboy song; twelve "narratives of the 
trail" by former cowboys (by Jack 
Porter, Jim Redfern, Frank Abbott, 
A. D. Hosking, John W. Chapman, 
James C. Dahlman and Fred Corey, 
W. H. Harvey, John Dyer, Frank 
Murphy, Sim Roberts, William G. 
Johnson, and N. Rush, p. 57-238); "An 
account of the cattle industry in Wyom- 
ing, 1880-1910" (p. 241-298); and' bio- 
graphical sketches and anecdotes. [3936 

Stephen A. Stone. [Dave Rudabaugh: 
a member of Billy the Kid's gang who 
got away.] A^. M. hist, rev., 23: 146-151 
(Apr). Rudabaugh escaped in 1881 
settled in Oregon under a new name, and 
died there ca. 1928. [3937 

Charles Burlingame. Milepost 78. By 
Charles Burlingame as told to Charles W. 
Tyler. Railroad mag., 47 (no. 2): 102- 
111 (Nov). Reminiscences of a rail- 
roader in the West, 1882-1946. [3938 

R. C. Overton. Life on an old-time 
business car. Trains, 8 (no. 5): 21-27 
(Mar), ports., views. Describes the 
log books of Charles E. Perkins, President 
and later Director of the Burlington 
Railroad, 1887-1903, with extracts con- 
cerning his official journeys of inspection 
from Chicago to Burlington, St. Paul, 
Leadville, and Gurnsey (Wyo.), 1888-89, 
1901. [3939 

Charles Frederick Beals Haskell. On 

reconnaissance for the Great Northern: 
letters of C. F. B. Haskell, 1889-1891. 
Edited by Daniel C[arl] Haskell. N. Y.: 
New York Public Library, 1948. 40 p.' 
maps, port, notes. Reprinted from N. 
Y. Pub. Lib., Bui, Feb.-Mar. 1948. 
Letters from an assistant engineer, Great 
Northern Railway, to his wife, dated in 
Montana, Idaho, and Washington, Dec. 
7, 1889-Nov. 21, 1891. [3940 

Robert E. Mahaffay. Timber Cinder- 
ella. Am. forests, 54: 24-25, 43 (Jan), 
views. On the lodgepole pine industry 
in the West, ca. 1889-1948, ranging from 
the Black Hills and Colorado to Cali- 
fornia and Alaska. [3941 

H. H. Chapman. The case of the 
public range. Am. forests, 54: 56-60, 



238 



92-93, 116-118, 136, 138-139 (Feb- 
Mar). port., views. Examines "the long 
and often bitter conflict between the 
forces of conservation and western live- 
stock interests," 1891-1948. [3942 

Clarence Ellsworth. The Indian as a 
seer. The Westerners brand book, Los 
Angeles Corral, 1947 [Los Angeles: The 
Los Angeles Westerners, " 1948], p. 57-64. 
views. Anecdotes and observations, ca. 
1900 ff. [3943 

Jim Berryman. Wind in the West 
again. A?n. rifle??ian, 96 (no. 9): 32-34 
(Sep), views. On the pronghorn ante- 
lope herds in the United States, 1901-48. 

[3944 

Champion of good forestry. West Coast 
lumberman, 75 (no. 12): 58-60, 62, 64-65, 
97-98 (Dec), facsim., ports., views. On 



the work of the Western Forestry and 
Conservation Association, 1909-48. 

[3945 

Vachel Lindsay. Vachel Lindsay on 
"The Santa F6 Trail." [Edited by] A. L. 
Bader. Arn. lit., 19: 360-362 (Jan), 
notes. Three letters to Harriet Monroe, 
Apr. 4-May 13, 1914, "which throw light 
on the growth and meaning of the poem." 

[3946 

Gilbert A. Lathrop. Race track. Rail- 
road mag., 46 (no. 2): 72-79; (no. 3): 
78-85; (no. 4): 118-127; 47 (no. 1): 117- 
125 (Jul-Oct). Reminiscences of a rail- 
road fireman in the Far West, 1918 ff. 

[3947 

John Garth. The Society of Western 
Artists [1939-48]. Opera and concert, 13 
(no. 3): 22-23, 30-31, 43 (Mar), views. 

[3948 



The North Central States 



Early Middle- Western buildings: draw- 
ings by Kenneth Becker. Am.-German 
rev., 14 (no. 5): 42-43 (Jun). view. 
Describes a collection of twenty-two 
sketches which "illustrate graphically the 
essential features of farm and small town 
buildings in Wisconsin, Illinois, Iowa, 
Indiana, Michigan and Minnesota." 

[3949 

John Drury. Midwest heritage . . . 
with hundreds of old engravings. N. Y.: 
A. A. Wyn [1948]. 176 p. facsims., 
maps, ports., views. On rivers, roads, 
lakes, prairies, and cities, 1673-ca. 1900. 

[3950 

Ora Williams. Rulers over the land 
that is Iowa. Ann. la., 29: 299-306 
(Apr). On the governors of the area 
now included in Iowa, 1699-1834. [3951 

Wilbur B. Jacobs. Presents to Indians 
along the French frontiers in the Old 
Northwest, 1748-1763. Ind. mag. hist., 
44: 245-256 (Sep), notesv [3952 

Joseph E. Baker. The Midwestern 
origins of America [1763-1948]. Am. 
scholar, 17: 58-68 (winter 1947-48). 

[3953 



Kermit A. Cook. Military defense of the 
frontier in the Northwest Territory 
[1783-94]. W. Va. hist., 10: 25-61 (Oct), 
notes. [3954 

Frederick Clever Bald. Colonel John 
Francis Hamtramck [1756-1803]. Ind. 
mag. hist., 44: 335-354 (Dec), notes. 
On Hamtramck's services in the U. S. 
Army in the Ohio and Great Lakes 
country, 1785-1803. [3955 

Richard E. Banta. Daniel Ketcham 
with the Tawas: a Kentucky captivity. 
Filson Club hist, guar., 22: 173-179 (Jul), 
notes. Includes a selection from T. M. 
Hopkins, Reminiscences of Col. John 
Ketcham of Monroe County, Indiana, by 
his pastor (Bloomington, Ind.: Whitaker 
& Walker, 1866), on the captivity of 
Daniel Ketcham of Kentucky, in Ohio 
and at Detroit, 1792. [3956 

George Nelson. A winter in the St. 
Croix Valley: George Nelson's reminis- 
cences, 1802-03. Edited with an intro- 
duction and notes by Richard Bardon 
and Grace Lee Nute. St. Paul: Minne- 
sota Historical Society, 1948. 46 p. 



938918—52- 



-18 



239 



Reprinted from Minn, hist., Mar.-Sep. 
1947. "A fur trader's reminiscences." 

[3957 

Juliette Augusta (Magill) Kinzie. 
Wau-bun: the early day in the North- 
west . . . Edited with notes and intro- 
duction by Louise Phelps Kellogg. Me- 
nasha: National Society of Colonial 
Dames in Wisconsin, 1948. xxi, 390 p. 
facsim., map, ports., views. First pub- 
lished 1856. Reminiscences of a voyage 
from Detroit to Green Bay, a residence 
at Lake Winnebago, and visit to Chicago, 
1830-33, with an account of Indian 
customs and wars, and anecdotes of the 
War of 1812 on the Great Lakes. [3958 

Thomas W. Parsons. George Croghan 
in the War of 1812. Northiv. Ohio guar., 
20: 192-202 (autumn), notes. Activities 
of Maj. George Croghan of Kentucky 
(nephew of George Croghan, Indian 
trader) in Ohio and Michigan, 1812-14. 

[3959 

George Washington Wickstrom. The 
Town Crier. Rock Island: J. W. Potter 
Co. [1948. 8], 280 p. map, ports. 
Compiled from the Town Crier column 
of the Rock Island Argus, Aug. 1941 ff. 
Anecdotes and incidents in the history of 
Rock Island, Mohne, and Davenport, 
1816-1948. [3960 

Thomas H. Greer. Economic and social 
effects of the depression of 1819 in the 
Old Northwest. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 
227-243 (Sep), notes. [3961 

George B. Engberg. Who were the 
lumberjacks? Mich, hist., 32: 238-246 
(Sep), notes. On "the source of the 
labor supply for the lumber industry" 
in the Great Lakes region, ca. 1828 ff. 

[3962 

Wisconsin winter journey. Month at 
Goodspeed's, 20: 10-11 (Oct). Describes 
Journal d'un voyage du missisonnaire 
[sic] Dentan (Lousanne, 1835 [sic]), relat- 
ing a journey from Mackinac to Green 
Bay and Prairie du Chien, 1835-36. 

[3963 

Francis Pierz. The Indians of North 
America . . . Translated from the Ger- 
man by Fr. Eugene Hagedorn, o. f. m. 



Social justice rev., 40: 316-318, 353-355 
388-390; 41: 24-27, 60-64, 97-100, 132- 
134, 168-170 (Jan-Sep). Concl. Trans- 
lated from Die Indianer in Nord Amerika 
(St. Louis, 1855). Reminiscences of a 
Catholic missionary at Sault Ste. Marie, 
1837-52, and in Minnesota, 1852-55, 
with a description of Minnesota. [3964 

Orie Erb Klingaman. The upper Mis- 
sissippi in 1840. Ann. la., 29: 176-196 
(Jan). Based on a diary kept by an 
unnamed "young man from Ohio," who 
traveled from Cincinnati to the Missis- 
sippi and St. Anthony's Falls, and back, 
by water, May- Jul. 1840. [3965 

Warren S. Tryon. Ticknor and Fields' 
publications in the Old Northwest, 1840- 
1860. Miss. Valley hist, rev., 34: 589-610 
(Mar), notes. [3966 

Sarah Freeman Clarke. A visit to 
Wisconsin in 1843. Edited by Nils 
William Olsson. Wis. mag. hist., 31: 
452-460 (Jun.) notes. Reminiscences 
(May 1893) of a visit to Pine Lake, Wis., 
1843, and to Capt. and Mrs. Polycarpus 
von Schneidau in Chicago. [3967 

William Arthur Holt. A Wisconsin 
lumberman looks backward. . . . An 
intimate glance into 100 years of north 
woods lumbering by the Holt family. 
[Oconto? Wis.) 1948. 79 p. ports., 
views (1 fold.). On the Holt Lumber 
Co., Oconto, Wis., 1847-1938, with remi- 
niscences of lumbering in northern Wis- 
consin and in Ontonagon Co., Mich. 

[3968 

Lee P. Loomis & Philip David Adler. 

The Lee papers: a saga of Midwestern 
journalism by colleagues and associates. 
[Edited by Donald Wells Anderson.] 
Kewanee, 111.: Star-Courier Press, 1947 
[i. e. 1948]. 419 p. facsims., ports., 
views. Histories of the Ottumwa courier, 
the Davenport times, the Muscatine jour- 
nal, the Hannibal courier-post, the La 
Crosse tribune, the Wisconsin State jour- 
nal (Madison), the Davenport Democrat, 
the Mason City globe-gazette, the Kewanee 
star-courier, and the Lincoln star, 1847- 
1947, and of the Lee Syndicate, 1890- 
1947, with tributes to Emanuel Phihp 
Adler, President of the Lee Syndicate 
since 1907. [3969 



240 



August R. Suelflow. The life and work 
of Georg Ernst Christian Ferdinand 
Sievers [1816-93]. Concordia Hist. Inst, 
guar., 20: 180-187; 21: 36-41, 75-87, 
100-114 (Jan-Oct). port., views, notes. 
Cont. and to be cent. On Sievers as a 
Lutheran minister at Saginaw, Mich., 
frequently visiting Minnesota and other 
States in the territory of the Missouri 
Synod, 1847-90. [3970 

S. E. Hardy. Crossing the plains in 
1850. Kan. hist, guar., 16: 325-326 
(Aug). Two letters to the author's 
mother, dated The Plains, May 25, 1850 
(in Kansas), and Linden (Neb.), Aug. 
25, 1850. [3971 

Russell Lord. The Corn Belt. Holiday, 
4 (no. 2) : 35-47, 108 (Aug), views (col.). 
Description, with occasional historical 
references, ca. 1850-1948. Deals par- 
ticularly with Iowa, but refers also to 
other States from Ohio to Kansas and 
South Dakota. [3972 

Philip Faribault Wells. Ninety-six 
years among the Indians of the North- 
west: adventures and reminiscences of an 
Indian scout and interpreter in the 
Dakotas ... as told to Thomas E. 
Odell. A^. D. hist., 15: 85-133, 169-215, 
265-312 (Apr-Oct). ports., views, notes. 
Compiled from interviews with Wells 
(1850-1947) and from his mss., relating 
to his life as trapper, rancher, and Indian 
fighter. [3973 

Drama on the iron range. U. S. Steel 
news, 13 (no. 1): 10-15 (Jan), map, 
views. On the Lake Superior iron-ore 
deposits, 1854-1948. [3974 

James Cammack & Elizabeth Cam- 
mack. From Indiana to Iowa. Edited 
by Eleanors Cammack. Ann. la., 29: 
400-405 (Jul). Three letters (two dated 
Overman's Ferry, la., Apr. 5 and May 5, 
1855, and one undated) describing the 
journey of the Cammacks and their 
settlement at Overman's Ferry. [3975 

C. L. Janzow. The beginning of our 
English work. Concordia hist. inst. guar., 
21: 27-29 (Apr), ports. On the mission 
work of the Western District of the 



Missouri Snj-od, Lutheran Church, among 
English-speaking people, 1856-90. 

[3976 

Deborah A. Hargrave. Mt. Pleasant to 
Mt. Pleasant in 50 hours. III. State 
Hist. See, Jour., 41: 441-444 (Dec), 
port. Letter to her father, 1858, de- 
scribing a journey from Mt. Pleasant, 
Ohio, to Mt. Pleasant, la. [3977 

Benjamin Joseph Blied. The Rev. 

John Cebul (1832-1898). Salesianum, 
43: 99-105 (Jul), notes. Services to the 
Catholic Church in Michigan, Wisconsin, 
and Minnesota, 1859-98. [3978 

William Hugh Jansen. Lying Abe: a 
tale-teller and his reputation. Hoosier 
folklore, 7: 107-124 (Dec), notes. On 
Abraham Smith (1796-1893) of Bloom- 
ington, Ind., and Chrisman, 111., and his 
tales, 1860-93. [3979 

Richard M. Dorson. Personal histories. 
Western folklore, 7: 27-42 (Jan), notes. 
Tales told at Negaunee, Mich., in 1946, 
by Swan Olson, who settled in Minnesota 
in 1890 and later in Wisconsin and Michi- 
gan, as a lumberman. [3980 

Francis Clement Kelley. The Bishop 
jots it down: an autobiographical strain 
on memories. Memorial edition. N. Y. : 
Harper [1948]. xvi, 333 p. port. Rem- 
iniscences of a Catholic bishop serving in 
Michigan and Illinois, 1893-1921. [3981 

Thomas Hodgin Marsh. Bishop Wil- 
liam A. Quayle's theory and practice of 
preaching. Northwestern Univ., Sum- 
maries of doctoral dissertalio7is, 15: 60-64. 
On the services of Quayle as a Methodist 
in Kansas City, Indianapolis, and Chi- 
cago, 1894-1908. [3982 

Davis Douthit. Nobody owns us: the 
story of Joe Gilbert, Midwestern rebel. 
Chicago: Cooperative League of the 
U. S. A. [1948. 12], xiii, 240 p. ports. 
On Joseph Gilbert (born 1865) as a 
Socialist and an official of the Non- 
partisan League, 1900 ff. [3983 

Phelps Wyman [1870-1947]. Landscape 
architecture, 38: 110-111 (Apr). port. 
Signed: A. L. B. On Wyman as a land- 
scape architect in Chicago, Minneapolis, 
and Milwaukee, 1904-47. [3984 



241 



Donald Wayne. Toby bills. Holiday, 3 
(no. 6): 14, 16, 19, 21-22, 126-127 (Jun). 
views. On a type character in "tent 
shows," 1909-48, particularly the show 
of Neil Schaffner exhibited in Iowa, 
Missouri, and Illinois. [3985 

Franklin Mering Keck. On time: the 
history of Electro- Motive Division of 
General Motors Corporation [1922-47. 
n. p., '=1948.] 184 p. views. Deals 
mainly with the headquarters at Cleve- 
land. [3986 
OHIO 

Statewide History 

Fred R. Marckoff. The development of 
currency and banking in Ohio. Coin 
collector's jour., 15: 119-126 (Nov-Dec). 
To be cont. facsims. This installment: 
1787-1842. [3987 

Albert Henry Rose. County government 
in Ohio. [Dayton] <=1948. [99] leaves 
(variously numb.), diagrs., maps. Poli- 
tical and administrative history of Mont- 
gomery Co., Ohio, 1803-1948, with intro- 
ductory sections on county governments 
in Ohio, 1787 ff. [3988 

Municipal home rule in Ohio [1789- 
1947]. Ohio State law jour., 9: 1-168 
(winter). notes. Contributions by 
Harvey Walker, Jefferson B. Fordham 
and Joe F. Asher, C. Emory Glander and 
Addison E. Dewey, Murray Seasongood, 
Willard P. Owens, J. O. Harper and G. H. 
Savage, Burton Stevenson and G. H. 
Savage, Burton Stevenson and Robert 
W. Minor, W. P. Davidson and J. F. 
Shumaker, William J. Lee, and William 
M. Cromer. [3989 

Edward Thointon Heald. Bezaleel 
Wells [1763-1846]: founder of Canton 
and Steuben ville, Ohio. Canton: Stark 
County Historical Society, 1948. xiii, 
241 p. maps, ports, bibliog. (p. 195- 
204), notes. Thesis (m. a.) — Western 
Reserve Univ. On activities of Wells in 
Ohio real estate, agriculture, industry, 
and pontics, 1796-1830. [3990 

Richard Frederick O'Dell. The early 
antislavery movement in Ohio [1802-ca. 
1830]. Microfilm abstracts, 8 (no. 2): 



99- 100. Abstract of thesis— Univ. of 
Michigan. [3991 

Kenneth V. Lottick. Curricular offer- 
ings in the early high school in Ohio 
[1803-1914]. High school jour., 31: 61-68 
(Mar- Apr), notes. [3992 

Public responsibility in tort [1826-1948]. 
Ohio State law jour., 9: 377-524 (summer), 
notes. Contents. — Tort liability of local 
governments in Ohio [by] Robert M. 
Hunter and Ralph E. Boyer. — Adminis- 
tration of municipal tort liability in 
Cleveland [by] Oliver Schroeder, Jr. — 
The Ohio Sundry Claims Board [by] 
John P. Walsh. — -Administrative settle- 
ment of claims under the Federal Tort 
Claims Act [by] Harvey Walker, Sr.^ — • 
Judicial experience under the Federal 
Tort Claims Act [by] William Ben tie 
Devaney, Jr. — A proposed act to create 
an Ohio Court of Claims [by] Robert 
Minor.^ — -Tort liabilitj^ of public officers 
and employees in Ohio [by] George D. 
Massar. — Workmen's compensation for 
public employees in Ohio [by] James T. 
Lynn, Jr. — ^Legal consequences of the 
third degree [by] Don W. Sears. [3993 

Linden F. Edwards. Norton Strange 
Townshend — -physician, legislator, "Fath- 
er of American Agricultural Education" 
(1815-1895). Bui. hist, med., 22: 674- 
679 (Sep-Oct). On Dr. Townshend in 
Ohio, 1830-95. [3994 

Eugene O. Porter. Financing Ohio's 
pre-Civil War railroads [1830-60]. Ohio 
State archaeol. and hist, quar., 57: 215-226 
(Jul), notes. _ [3995 

Joseph G. Rayback. The Liberty Party 
leaders of Ohio: exponents of antislavery 
coalition [1839-47]. Ohio State archaeol. 
and hist, quar., 57: 165-178 (Apr), port, 
notes. [3996 

Linden F. Edwards. Development of 
the teaching of anatomy in Ohio, 1890- 
1945. Ohio State archaeol. and hist, quar., 
57: 329-343 (Oct), notes. [3997 

Robert H. Bremner. The civic revival 
in Ohio [1897-1913]. Am. jour. econ. 
and sociol., 8: 61-68 (Oct), notes. To 
be cont. [3998 



242 



William S[amuel] Hendrix (1887-1948). 
Hisp. rev., 16: 245-249 (Jul). On Hen- 
drix as Professor of Romance Languages 
in Ohio State University, 1920-48, with 
a list of his publications, 1916-48. [3999 

Conference on philosophy of education: 
a report of meetings held November 10, 
1947, on the occasion of the presentation 
of the William H. Kilpatrick Award for 
Distinguished Service in Philosophy of 
Education to Dr. Boyd H. Bode, Professor 
Emeritus of Education, Ohio State Uni- 
versity. Teachers College rec, 49: 263- 
290 (Jan). On the doctrines of Boyd 
Henry Bode (born 1873) as promulgated 
in Ohio State University, 1921-44. 
Contents. — Introductory statement [by] 
R. Bruce Raup. — A memorable occasion 
[by] George S. Counts. — Boyd H. Bode: 
an appreciation [by] John Dewey. — -A 
great teacher and colleague [by] Gordon 
Hullfish. — 'Bode's philosophic position 
[by] William Heard Kilpatrick.— Educa- 
tion for freedom [by] Boyd H. Bode. — ■ 
Bode in American philosophy of education 
[by] John L. Childs. — -Questions concern- 
ing Bode's position [by] Kenneth D. 
Benne. [4000 

Carl V. Weygandt: the Supreme Court 
of Ohio and its Chief Justice. Atu. Bar 
Assoc, jour., 34: 183-186, 255 (Mar), 
port. On Judge Weygandt (born 1888) 
as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of 
Ohio, 1932-48. [4001 

Local History 

Nellie M. Baber, comp. Probate records 
of Trumbull County, Ohio. Natl. Geneal. 
Soc. quar., 36: 5-6, 76-78 (Mar and Sep). 
Cont. and to be cont. These install- 
ments: Cleveland-Duncan. [4002 

Prehistoric Indian blanket. Mus. echoes, 
21: 62-63 (Aug), view. Describes a 
beaded blanket, ca. 1250 a. d., taken from 
a Hopewell mound at Frankfort, Ohio. 

[4003 

Randolph Chandler Downes. The con- 
quest. Illustrated by art students of 
Scott High School, Toledo, Ohio. [To- 
ledo] Historical Society of Northwestern 
Ohio, 1948. X, 95 p. maps, views. 
"Books" (p. 88-90). (Lucas County 



historical series, v. 1.) History of 
Lucas Co., Ohio, 1750-1815. [4004 

Elizabeth Faries. The Miami Country, 
1750-1815, as described in journals and 
letters. Ohio State archaeol. and hist, 
guar., 57: 48-65 (Jan), view, notes. 

[4005 

August C. Mahr. Moravian influence 
on Indian life in the Tuscarawas Missions, 
1772-1777. Ohio jour, sci., 48: 178-184 
(Sep), notes. [4006 

Jean Beitsman France. Early church 
architecture in the Western Reserve 
[1783-1850?]. Soc. Architectural His- 
torians, Joxir., 7 (nos. 3-4): 31-32 (Jul- 
Dec). Abstract of thesis (m. a.), Oberlin 
College, 1948. [4007 

Wilfrid Gladstone Bichards. The 

settlement of the Miami Valley of south- 
western Ohio [1788-1940]. Chicago, 1948. 
X, 146 p. maps, tables, bibliog. (p. 140- 
146), notes. Thesis — Univ. of Chicago. 

[4008 

Harry Bobert Stevens. Folk music on 
the Midwestern frontier, 1788-1825. 
Ohio Stale archaeol. and hist, guar., 57: 
126-146 (Apr), notes. On music in 
Cincinnati. [4009 

Ida Hedrick Frazier. Fort Recovery: 
an historical sketch depicting its role in 
the history of the Old Northwest [1791- 
95]. Revised edition. Columbus: Ohio 
State Archaeological and Historical So- 
ciety, 1948. 30 p. ports., views. [4010 

Dresden W. H. Howard. The Battle of 
Fallen Timbers as told by Chief Kin-jo 
i-no. Northw. Ohio quar., 20: 37-49 
(Jan), notes. Reminiscences by Howard 
of the Chief's recollections, ca. 1840, of 
Wayne's battle of 1794. [4011 

Lee Shepard. Sycamore Church. Hist. 
AND Phil. Soc. Ohio, Bid., 6: 160-163 
(Oct). On the Sycamore United Presby- 
terian Church, formerly the Sycamore 
Associate Reformed Church, founded in 
1798 near Montgomery, Ohio. [4012 

Marie Dickore, comp. Little Miami 
Valley cemetery inscriptions from church, 
township, and private burial grounds 



243 



[ca. 1800 ff.]. Hist, and Phil. Soc. 
Ohio, BuL, 6: 53-56, 104-110, 164-172 
(Apr-Oct). [4013 

William L. Fisk, Jr. The Scotch-Irish 
in central Ohio [1803-ca. I860]. Ohio 
Stale archaeol. and hist, quar., 57: 111-125 
(Apr), notes. [4014 

John Jay Rowe. Money and banks in 
Cincinnati pre-Civil War [1803-61]. Hist 
AND Phil Soc. Ohio, Bui, 6: 74-99 
(Jul), facsims. [4015 

Jane Knox Skinner, comp. Marriage 
records for Butler County, Ohio [1803- 
05]. Hist, and Phil. Soc. Ohio, BziL, 
6: 57-58, 110-111 (Apr-Jul). [4016 

Cecil D. Smith. Major Amos Spafford 
[1753-1816]. NoithuK Ohio quar., 20: 
203-205 (summer). On the "first resi- 
dent of Wood County, Ohio." who settled 
in Ohio in 1804. [4017 

Mary Land. John Brown's Ohio en- 
vironment. Ohio State archaeol. and 
hist, quar., 57: 24-47 (Jan), view, 
notes. On Brown's residence in Ohio, 
1805-58 fwith gaps). [4018 

H. Ogden Wintermute. Connecticut 
came to Ohio. Am. antiques jour., 3 
(no. 6): 4-7 (Jun). views. On houses 
built in Hudson, Ohio, 1806-45. [4019 

Thomas Huxley Langlois & Marine 
Louise (Holmes) Langlois. South Bass 
Island and islanders [1810-1948. Colum- 
bus] Ohio State Univ., 1948. x, 139 p. 
maps, views. bibliog. (p. 125-132). 
(Ohio. State University [Columbus]. 
Franz Theodore Stone Laboratory [Put- 
in-Bay]. Contribution no. 10.) [4020 

Harry Robert Stevens. Adventure in 
refinement: early concert life in Cincin- 
nati, 1810-1826. [n. p., 1948.] 24 p. 
facsims. notes. Reprinted from Hist, 
and Phil. Soc. Ohio, BuL [4021 

S. Winifred Smith. Grace Methodist 
Church, Dayton. Mus. echoes, 21: 49-53 
(Jul), views. On a building erected in 
1921, and its predecessor meetinghouses, 
1812-1921. [4022 

Kathryn Miller Keller. Just before the 
world came to an end: the story of 



Thomas L. Hawkins. Norlhw. Ohio quar. 
20: 82-96 (Apr), notes. On Thomas L. 
Hawkins, Jr., soldier, politician, con- 
tractor, merchant, in Lower Sandusky 
(now Fremont), Ohio, 1813-53. [4023 

Robbins Hunter, Jr. The Davidson 
House, Newark, Ohio. Am. antiques 
io?/r., 3 (no. 2): 19-20 (Feb), views. On 
a house built ca. 1815. [4024 

New England in Ohio. Old Print Shop 
portfolio, 7: 163 (Mar), view. Describes 
an anonymous watercolor, ca. 1820-1830, 
showing a house built by the Norton 
family in the Western Reserve. [4025 

Gordon Keith Chalmers. The coUege 
in the forest, 1824. N. Y.: Newcomen 
Society of England, American Branch, 
1948. 24 p. poi'ts., views. On Kenyon 
College and its founder, Bishop Philander 
Chase, 1824 flF. [4026 

I. T. Frary, Dunham Tavern: its story. 
Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 4): 4-7 (Apr), 
views. On a tavern built in Cleveland 
by Rufus Dunham, 1824. [4027 

Charles E. Frohman. The Milan Canal 
[1824-1904]. Ohio State archaeol. ana 
hist, quar., 57: 237-246 (Jul). [4028 

Robert H. Irrmann. The library of an 
early Ohio farmer. Ohio State archaeol. 
and hist, quar., 57: 185-193 (Apr), notes. 
Analysis of a catalog of the library of 
Gideon Hart, of Franklin Co., Ohio, 
1824-25. [4029 

McCook home dedicated. Mus. echoes, 
21: 85-87 (Nov). On Daniel McCook 
and John McCook and their descendants 
in Ohio, ca. 1826-1948, and the former's 
house at Carrollton, built in the early 
1840s. [4030 

[S. Winifred Smith & Vance W. Smith.] 
The First Presbyterian Church, Worth- 
ington. Mus. echoes, 21: 25-29 (Apr), 
view. On a church building, erected in 
1926, and its predecessor buildings, 
1830-1926. [4031 

Leola M. Stewart. Sandusky, pioneer 
link between sail and rail [1832-65]. 
Ohio State archaeol. and hist quar., 57: 
227-236 (Jul), notes. [4032 



244 



S. Winifred Smith. The Temple at 
Kirtland. Mus. echoes, 21: 33-38 (May). 
views. Temple of the Reorganized 
Church of Latter-Day Saints, 1833 flf. 

[4033 

Luke E. Steiner. Oberlin College. 
Jour, chemical educ, 25: 526-531 (Oct). 
views. On chemical education at Ober- 
lin, 1833-1948. [4034 

Marriage records of Huron County, 
Ohio, July 19, 1835, to December 26, 
1846. D. A. R. mag., 82: 566-573, 645- 
652, 7l8-7'24, 785-792, 850-859, 921-930 
(Jul-Dec). [4035 

Qustav Metzman. Cincinnati and 
Ohio — their early railroads [1836-ca. 
1870]. N. Y.: Newcomen Society of 
England, American Branch, 1948. 32 p. 

[4036 

St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Granville. 
Mus. echoes, 21: 1-4 (Jan), views. His- 
tory of a church building, 1837-1947. 

[4037 

Toledo University. Dept. of Political 
Science. The background of city govern- 
ment and politics in Toledo. [Toledo] 
1948. 62 leaves. Contents. — The non- 
partisan movement in Toledo, 1897 to 
1920. — The rise of a national politician 
[Walter Folger Brown], 1869 to 1948. 
—The charter history of Toledo, 1837 to 
1948. [4038 

[Virginius C. Hall.] Mr. Taft receives 
an old lithograph. Hist, and Phil. See. 
Ohio, BuL, 6: 69-72 (Jul), view. De- 
scribes a print showing Harrison House, 
Cincinnati, May 1839, lithographed by 
L. Samyn. [4039 

Henry C. Montgomery. St. Peter in 
Chains, Cincinnati. Mus. echoes, 21: 
9-14 (Feb). views. On a Catholic 
cathedral building, 1840 ff. [4040 

John Bamsay. East Liverpool Ohio 
pottery in the Museum, of the East 
Liverpool Historical Society [1840-1900]. 
Am. collector, 17 (no. 3): 17-19; (no. 4): 
9-11 (Apr-May), views. [4041 

David A. Tucker. The Cincinnati lancet- 
clinic. Ohio State archaeol. and hist. 



guar., 57: 387-392 (Oct). On the Western 
lancet, the Lancet and observer, the Lancet 
and clinic, and the Lancet-clinic, 1842- 
1916. [4042 

S. Winifred Smith. Brecksville Con- 
gregational Church. Miis. echoes, 21: 
41-45 (Jun). view. On a church build- 
ing in Oliio, 1844 ff. [4048 

John Edward Dixon. Lima-Hamilton: 
its historical past, 1869, 1845, and later. 
N. Y. : Newcomen Society of England, 
American Branch, 1948. 40 p. port., 
view. On the Lima-Hamilton Corpora- 
tion and its predecessors, Lima Loco- 
motive Works and General Machinery 
Corporation, 1845-1947. [4044 

S. Winifred Smith. Christ Protestant 
Episcopal Church, Hudson. Mus. echoes, 
21: 73-76 (Oct), view. On a building 
dedicated in 1930, and the predecessor 
building, 1846-1930. [4045 

Roy G. Fitzgerald. An interesting old 
court house. Hist, and Phil. Soc. 
Ohio, BuL, 6: 112-115 (Jul), views. 
On a courthouse built in Dayton, 1848. 

[4046 

Bess W. MacCracken. St. John's 
Church, Lancaster, Ohio, 1848-1948. 
Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 5): 12-13 
(May), views. [4047 

S. Winifred Smith. Plum Street Tem- 
ple, Cincinnati. Mus. echoes, 21: 65-70 
(Sep), views. On the building of B'nai 
Yeshurun, erected 1866, and its prede- 
cessor building, 1848-66. [4048 

Carl Vitz. The Cincinnati water front — - 
1848. Hist, and Phil. Soc. Ohio, BuL, 
6: 28-38 (Apr), views. Reproduces and 
describes eight daguerreotypes forming a 
panorama of Cincinnati, made by Fon- 
tayne and Porter in 1848, probal)ly on 
Sep. 24. [4049 

Harold C. Freking. Gleanings from the 
early history of the Cincinnati College of 
Pharmacy [1850-1900]. Am. jour, phar- 
maceutical educ, 12: 412-424 (Jul). 

[4050 

Mary Lou Stewart. The history of the 
Pink Pig. Alumnae folio, 24 (no. 3): 5-8 
(Feb), port., views. On Andrew Squire 



245 



(1850-1934) and Squire Valleevue Farm, 
bequeathed by him to Flora Stone 
Mather College. [4051 

S. Winifred Smith. First Congrega- 
tional Church, Columbus. Mus. echoes, 
21: 57-61 (Aug), view. On a building 
erected in 1931, and its predecessor 
building, 1852-1931. [4052 

Mortimer Spiegelman. The failure of 
the Ohio Life Insurance and Trust Com- 
pany, 1857. Ohio State archaeol. and 
hist, guar., 57: 247-265 (Jul), notes. 

[4053 

John Henry Cramer. Abraham Lincoln 
visits with his people. Ohio State ar- 
chaeol. and hist, quar., 57: 66-78 (Jan). 
notes. Based on newspaper accounts of 
Lincoln's visit to Painesville, Ashtabula, 
Conneaut, and Westfield, Feb. 1861. 

[4054 

Jack Cliflford Ransome. David Ross 
Locke: Civil War propagandist. Northw. 
Ohio quar., 20: 5-19 (Jan), port, notes. 
On Locke as owner and editor of the 
Hancock Jeffersonian (Findlaj', Ohio) and 
as author of the letters of Petroleum 
Vesuvius Nasby, Mar. 1861-Apr. 1865. 

[4055 

William Frank Zornow. The attitude 
of the Western Reserve press on the re- 
election of Lincoln. Lincoln herald, 50 
(no. 2): 35-39 (Jun). ports, notes. 
Cites Ohio newspapers, 1864. [4056 

Jack Clififord Ransome. David Ross 
Locke: the post- War years. Northw. 
Ohio quar., 20: 144-158 (summer), notes. 
On Locke as editor of the Toledo daily 
blade, 1865-88, and of other Toledo 
papers, as creator of Petroleum Vesuvius 
Nasby, as lecturer, and in other capacities. 

[4057 

Lee Allen. The Cincinnati Reds [1866- 
1948]. N. Y.: G. P. Putnam's Sons 
[1948]. xiii, 302 p. ports. [4058 

Gardner Williams. Francis Ellingwood 
Abbot, free religionist: the Toledo episode, 
1869-1873. Northw. Ohio quar., 20: 128- 
143 (summer), notes. On Abbot's ef- 
forts to establish in Toledo "a church with 
no authoritative creed" and to convert 



the Unitarian Church to the principles of 
the Free Religious Association. [4059 

Thomas Huxley Langlois. The ice 
industry at Put-in-Bay [1870-1905]. In- 
land seas, 4: 41-43 (spring), views. 

[4060 

Al Mastics. History of the Cleveland 
Yacht Club [1878-1948]. Inland seas, 4: 
185-194, 238-244 (fall-winter), views. 

[4061 

Elizabeth R. Kellogg. Old theater 
programs. Hist, and Phil. Soc. Ohio, 
BuL, 6: 66-68 (Jul). Reminiscences of 
theatrical performances in Cincinnati, ca. 
1880-ca. 1900. [4062 

Willard L. Marmelzat. The establish- 
ment of dermatology and syphilology as 
medical specialties in northern Ohio: Dr. 
William T. Corlett and the "Renaissance" 
of the 1890's. Ohio State archaeol. and 
hist, quar., 57: 378-386 (Oct), notes. 
On Dr. Corlett as a dermatologist in 
Cleveland, 1881-98. [4063 

Frank R. Hickerson. University of 
Toledo: manual training school era, 
1884-1900. Northw. Ohio quar., 20: 97- 
117 (Apr), notes. [4064 

Ben Riker. Pony wagon town, along 
U. S. 1890. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill 
Co. [1948]. 312 p. map. Reminis- 
cences of small-town life in Ohio, ca. 
1884-ca. 1900, with particular reference 
to carriage and wagon making. [4065 

Clyde L. Cummer. Medical societies in 
Cleveland from 1890 to 1945. Ohio 
State archaeol. and hist, quar., 57: 344-377 
(Oct), notes. [4066 

Herbert M. Platter. Notes on the pre- 
vention of communicable diseases in 
Columbus, 1890-1945. Ohio State 
archaeol. and hist, quar., 57: 393-397 
(Oct). [4067 

S. Winifred Smith. Grace Evangelical 
Lutheran Church, Fremont. Mus. echoes, 
21: 81-85 (Nov), views. On a build- 
ing erected in 1941, and its predecessor 
building, 1893-1941. [4068 

Wealtha Ella (Vieth) Abernethy. 
Yesterdays . . . odds and ends. [Colum- 
bus, Ohio: 1948.] 96 p. "First pub- 



246 



lished under the title of Odds and ends." 
Reminiscences of Circleville, Ohio, ca. 
1900-1948. [4069 

Frank R. Hickerson. The fight for life: 
the University of Toledo, 1900-1909. 
Northw. Ohio guar., 20: 168-191 (autumn), 
notes. [4070 

William C. Herman. The last pas- 
senger pigeon. Auk, 65: 77-80 (Jan). 
On the death of the last passenger pigeon, 
at Cleveland, Sep. 1, 1914. [4071 

Herbert Halpert. Folktales and jests 
from Delaware, Ohio. Hoosier folklore, 7: 
65-75 (Sep). On James F. Henry (born 
1876) of Delaware, Ohio, with texts of, 
and references for, "tall tales," "fool 
tales," "surprising answers," and "miscel- 
laneous motifs," collected 1947. [4072 

INDIANA 

Statewide History 

Margaret Ruth Waters, cornp. Indiana 
land entries. Volume i. Cincinnati Dis- 
trict, 1801-1840. Indianapolis, 1948. 
[8], iv, 241 p. Counties: Dearborn, 
Fayette, Franklin, Jay, Ohio, Randolph, 
Switzerland, Union, Wayne. [4073 

Robert F. Bums. Blackford's reports. 
Notre Dame lawyer, 23: 232-237 (Jan), 
notes. On Isaac Blackford (1786-1859) 
as a lawyer and jurist in Indiana, 1811-53. 

[4074 

Paul Wallace Gates. Hoosier cattle 
kings [1835-ca. 1900]. Ind. mag. hist., 
44: 1-24 (Mar), notes. [4075 

The Indiana almanac calculated for the 
year of Our Lord 1949 . . . Fixed for 
Hoosiers, but of interest to the territory. 
Containing, besides a treasury of State 
and local anniversaries for every month 
of the year, a fund of instructive & 
entertaining matter relating to the liter- 
ary of the State. Embellished with 
scenes by Clotilde Embree Funk from 
popular books by native authors, and 
including an essay searching the reasons 
for so much literary production in 
Indiana. [Motto.] Indianapolis: Indiana 
Historical Bureau, 1948. 213-243 p. 
views. {Ind. hist, bul., v. 25, no. 12, 



Dec. 1948.) Lists of birthdays of authors 
native to Indiana, extracts from their 
publications (ca. 1840 ff.), and "What 
made Hoosiers write," by Howard H, 
Peckham. [4076 

Lena London. Homestead exemption 
in the Indiana Constitution of 1851. 
Ind. mag. hist., 44: 267-280 (Sep), 
notes. [4077 

Third parties in Indiana [1876-1936]. 
Ind. hist, bul, 25: 171-172 (Sep). [4078 

Governmental tort liability in Indiana 
[1899-1948]. Ind. law. jour., 23: 468- 
483 (Jul), notes. [4079 

Local History 

John H. Craig. The French forts at 
Fort Wayne [1680-1790]. Old Fort news, 
11 (no. 2): 6-8. map. [4080 

Harry H. Hilgemann. In the struggle 
of empires. Old Fort news, 11 (no. 2): 
3-5 (Jun). On Fort Wayne, ca. 1680- 
1745. [4081 

Clark's headquarters in Vincennes. Ind. 
hist, bul, 25: 185-186 (Oct). On a 
house occupied by George Rogers Clark 
in 1778 and torn down ca. 1806. [4082 

Indiana celebrates anniversary of Indiana 
Battle. Ky. Hist. Soc, Reg., 46: 449- 
450 (Jan). On the Battle of Eel River, 
in present Cass Co., Ind., Aug. 8, 1791. 

[4083 

Elizabeth (McCoy) Hayward. John 
M'Coy [1782-1859]: his life and his 
diaries. N. Y.: American Historical Co. 
[1948]. XV, 493 p. facsim., map, ports., 
geneal. table, views, bibliog. (p. 465- 
472), notes (p. 115-139). On M'Coy as 
teacher and Baptist missionary in Indiana^ 
1804-59, with text of his diaries, 1842-44, 
1847-52, 1856-59. [4084 

Daniel Curtis. Recent documentary 
acquisitions to the Indiana Historical 
Society Library relating to Fort Wayne. 
[Edited by] Howard H. Peckham. Ind. 
mag. hist., 44: 409-418 (Dec), notes. 
Letter dated Fort Wayne, Sep. 21, 1812, 
from an ensign in the 1st Michigan 
Infantry Regiment, giving "an eyewit- 
ness account of the siege of Fort Wayne." 

[4085 



247 



Thomas J. Dillingham, comp. Ab- 
stracts of Warrick County, Indiana, wills, 
1814-1839. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 323-326 
(Sep). [4086 

Bess Virginia (Hicks) Ehrmann. Lin- 
coln and his neighbors. . . . Prepared 
for the Spencer County Historical Society. 
Rockport, Ind.: Democrat Pub. Co., 
1948. [46] p. facsim., ports., views. 
On Lincoln's neighbors in Spencer Co., 
Ind., 1816-30. [4087 

Edward D. Seeber. A Napoleonic exile 
in New Albany. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 
175-177 (Jun). notes. On Jacques 
Garnier {al. Garnier de Saintes) , resident 
of New Albany, 1816-20. [4088 

Julie Le Clerc Knox. Indiana's first 
piano. Ind. hist, bul., 25: 169-170 (Sep). 
On a piano manufactured in London by 
Muzio Clementi and brought to Switzer- 
land Co. by John Wright in 1817. [4089 

Julie Le Clerc Knox, comp. The 
Thiebaud genealogy. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 
326-334 (Sep). On Frederick Louis 
Thiebaud (1767-1844), who came to 
America and settled in Indiana in 1817, 
and his descendants. [4090 

William Maclure & Marie Duclos 
Fretageot. Education and reform at 
New Harmony: correspondence of Wil- 
liam Maclure and Marie Duclos Fretageot, 
1820-1833. Edited by Arthur E[ugene] 
Bestor, Jr. Indianapolis: Indiana His- 
torical Society, 1948. [4], 285-417 p. 
notes. (Indiana Historical Society. Pub- 
lications, V. 15, no. 3.) [4091 

Julie Le Clerc Knox. Some interesting 
pioneer homesteads in and around 
Vevay, Indiana. [Second edition. 
Vevay? 1948.] 53 p. port., views. 
First published 1927. On houses built 
1811 flF., their history and present 
condition. [4092 

Paul K. McAfee. When Granny White 
House was home. Ind. hist, bul., 25: 
78-79 (Apr). On a log house near Lees- 
ville, Ind., built for Sally Cummins White 
in 1824 and recently restored. [4093 

Mentor Lee Williams. Paulding 
satirizes Owenism. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 



355-365 (Dec), notes. Analysis o 
"The man machine; or. The pupil of 
circumstances," published in James Kirke 
Paulding, The merry tales of the three wise 
men of Gotham (N. Y., 1826). [4094 

Bert Anson. The early years of Lathrop 
M. Taylor, the fur trader. Ind. mag. 
hist., 44: 367-383 (Dec). notes. On 
Lathrop Minor Taylor (1805-92) as a fur 
trader in South Bend, 1827-56. [4095 

Bichard E. Banta. New Harmony's 
golden years [1827-ca. 1900]. Ind. mag. 
hist., 44: 25-36 (Mar). [4096 

John D. Forbes. Lew Wallace, ro- 
mantic. Ind. mag. hist., 44: 385-392 
(Dec), notes. On the temperament of 
Wallace as exhibited in his life, actions, 
and writings, 1827 ff., with particular 
reference to his old age in Crawfordsville, 
Ind. [4097 

Raymond J. Reece. Introducing the 
Hugh McCullochs of Fort Wayne [1833- 
65]. Old Fort news, 11 (no. 3-4): 3-12 
(Sep-Dec). port, notes. [4098 

John D. Forbes. CrawfordsviUe, U. S. A.* 
the American small town as an architec- 
tural microcosm. College art jour., 7: 
286-296 (summer), views. On architec- 
tural styles in Crawfordsville, 1836-1939. 

[4099 

George Winter. The journals and 
Indian paintings of George Winter, 
1837-1839. Indianapolis: Indiana His- 
torical Society, 1948. xix, 208 p. ports, 
and views (part col.) on 31 plates. 
Biographical sketch of Winter (1809-76) 
by Gayle Thornbrough, including 
"Winter's autobiography"; "Journal of a 
visit to Lake Kee-wau-nay and Crooked 
Creek, 1837"; and "Journal of a visit to 
Deaf Man's Village, 18.39." [4100 

Robert H. Havert. Samuel Bigger 
[1802-46]: Fort Wayne's forgotten man. 
Old Fort news, 11 (no. 1): 3-7 (Mar). 
port. On Bigger in Indiana politics, 
1840-46. [4101 

Chelsea A. Lawlis. Changes in the 
Whitewater Valley, 1840-1850. Ind. 
mag. hist., 44: 69-82 (Mar), notes. 

[4102 



248 



Albert Kleber. The naming of Troy, 
Indiana. Ind. mag. hi^t., 44: 178-180 
(Jun). notes. On the original county 
seat of Perry County, named ca. 1847. 

[4103 

Mother Clarissa [secular name Mary 
Dillhoflf] & Sister Mary Olivia. With 
the Poverello: history of the Sisters of 
Saint Francis, Oldenburg, Indiana. N. Y.: 
P. J. Kenedy [1948]. xii, 333 p. 
port, bibliog. (p. 323-327), notes (p. 
307-321). History of the Sisters of the 
Third Order Regular of St. Francis, 
Oldenburg, Ind., 1850-1948. [4104 

Elfrieda Lang, ed. The inhabitants of 
Center Township, Lake County, Indiana, 
according to the Federal Census of 1850. 
Ind. mag. hist., 44: 281-304 (Sep). 

[4105 

Chelsea L. Lawlis. Population of the 
Whitewater Valley, 1850-1860. Ind. 
mag. hist., 44: 161-174 (Jun). tables, 
notes. Revision of thesis (m. a.) — 
Indiana Univ. [4106 

Louise M. Corrado. Jefferson vUle 
Quartermaster Depot [1861-1948]. QM 
rev., 28 (no. 2): 16-17, 94, 97-98, 101-102 
(Sep-Oct). views. [4107 

Robert Frederick VoUand. The Reno 
Gang of Seymour. [Columbus? Ind.] 
1948. [1], ii, 332, liii leaves, facsims., 
ports., views, bibliog. (leaves xxxi- 
xxxv), notes. Thesis (m. a.) — -Indiana 
Univ. On the criminal activities of 
Frank, John, Simeon, and William Reno 
in and near Seymour, Ind., 1865-68. 

[4108 

Ellen Denby. Grandfather was a collec- 
tor. New colophon, 1: 271-279 (Jul). 
On John Wallace Lambert of Indiana as a 
book collector (ca. 1875?). [4109 

Eugene R. Bock. Rushville's covered 
bridge, hid. hist, hul., 25: 151-152 
(Aug). On the Circleville Bridge, a 
"village bridge" built in 1883. [4110 

Edwin G. Kaiser. History of St. John's 
Parish, Whiting, Indiana, 1897-1947: 
fifty j'ears of grace. [Whiting, 1948.] 
162 p. facsims., ports., views. [4111 



C. Henry Smith. A pioneer educator — 
N. E. Byers. Alennonite life, 3 (no. 1) : 
44-46 (Jan), ports. On Noah E. Byers 
as Principal of Elkhart Institute, Pres- 
ident of Goshen College, and Dean of 
BluflFton College, 1898-1947. [4112 

City in the sands. U. S. Steel news, 13 
(no. 4): 2-7 (Oct), ports., views. On 
Gary, Ind., 1905-48, with special refer- 
ence to the steel industry. [4113 

Ruby Stainbrook Butler. Old Man 
Edmonds. Hoosier folklore, 7: 33-38 
(Jun). On William Easterly Evans (died 
ca. 1908) of Johnson Co., Ind., and 
anecdotes and tall tales told by him. 

[4114 
ILLINOIS 

Statewide History 

John Drury. Old Illinois houses [ca. 
1737-1941]. Springfield, 1948 [«1941]. 
XV, 220 p. views. (Occasional publica- 
tions of the Illinois State Historical 
Society.) Reprinted from weekly articles 
in Chicago daily news, 1941 ff. [4115 

Richard Bardolph. Illinois agriculture 
in transition, 1820-1870. III. State 
Hist. See, Jour., 41: 244-264, 415-437 
(Sep-Dec). notes. [4116 

Paul Wallace Gates. Cattle kings in 
the prairies [1824-ca. 1885]. Miss. Val- 
ley hist, rev., 35: 379-412 (Dec), notes. 
Deals mainly with Illinois. [4117 

Conrad Bergendoff. The beginnings of 
Swedish immigration into Illinois a 
century ago [ca. 1837-1848]. III. State 
Hist. Soc, Jour., 41: 16-27 (Mar), 
notes. [4118 

Vachel Lindsay. Abraham Lincoln — 
the lawyer: "The prairie lawyer — master 
of us all" [1837-60]. Ky. State Bar jour., 
12: 141-145 (Jun). [4119 

Roy Dwight Packard. A. Lincoln: 
successful lawyer. Cleveland: Carpenter 
Print. Co. [1948. 2], 14 p. facsim. 
On Lincoln as a lawyer, 1837-61. [4120 

Gosta Nyblona, ed. Americans of Swed- 
ish descent: how they live and work. 
Rock Island, 111.: G. Nyblom Pub. 
House [1948. 8], 600 p. ports., views. 



249 



Biographical sketches of Swedes and 
descendants of Swedes in IlUnois, ca. 
1840-1948. [4121 

David Herbert Donald. Lincoln's Hern- 
don. N. Y.: A. A. Knopf, 1948. xv, 
392, xxiii p. ports., views, bibhog. (p. 
375-392), notes. On William Henry 
Herndon (1818-91) as an Illinois lawyer, 
with particular reference to his associa- 
tion with and writings about Lincoln, 
1845-91. [4122 

Donald WajTie Riddle. Lincoln runs 
for Congress [1846]. New Brunswick: 
Rutgers Univ. Press, 1948. ix, 217 p. 
facsim., maps, ports, bibliog. (p. 197- 
204), notes. [4123 

George Berkeley Yo\ing. The theory 
of charitable trusts in Illinois [1854-1948]. 
III. law rev., 43: 623-648 (Nov-Dec). 
notes. [4124 

Homer Hurst. Illinois State Normal 
University and the public normal school 
movement [1857-1927]. Nashville: 
George Peabody College for Teachers, 
1948. xi, 150 p. bibliog. (p. 145-150), 
notes. (George Peabody College for 
Teachers. Contribution to education no. 
390.) [4125 

Ethel Marion Smith. An informal 
history of Virginia-Kentucky Pattesons 
in Illinois, their forbears and their kin, 
including the Lewises of Llangollen. 
[Wash., 1948.] vi, 208 leaves, ports., 
views. Biographical sketches, reminis- 
ences, and genealogical tables, 1858- 
1948. [4126 

David Herbert Donald. The true story 
of "Herndon's Lincoln." New colophon, 
1: 221-234 (Jul), facsims. notes. On 
the collaboration of William Henry 
Herndon and Jesse William Weik and 
their dealings with Belford, Clarke, & 
Co., 1887-91. [4127 

The Illinois anti-trust law disinterred. 
III. law rev., 43: 205-224 (May-Jun). 
notes. On antitrust legislation in Illinois, 
1891-1948. [4128 

Charles H. Coleman. The normal 
school comes to Charleston. III. State 
Hist. Soc, Jour., 41: 117-133 (Jun). 



notes. Establishment of the Eastern 
Illinois State Normal School at Charles- 
ton, 1895. [4129 

Dorothy Elizabeth Sparks. Strong is 
the current: history of the Illinois Con- 
gress of Parents and Teachers, 1900-1947. 
Chicago: Illinois Congress of Parents and 
Teachers, 1948. xiv, 284 p. diagr., map, 
ports, notes. [4130 

George I. Haight. Judge Evan A. 
Evans [1876-1948]. III. law rev., 43: 
437-441 (Sep-Oct). On Judge Evans as 
a member of the U. S. Circuit Court of 
Appeals for the Seventh Judicial Circuit, 
1916-48. [4131 

Robert Joseph Casey & William 
Archer Sholto Douglas. The Mid- 
westerner: the story of Dwight H. 
Green. Chicago: Wilcox & Follett Co. 
[1948. 8], 311 p. ports., views. On 
Dwight Herbert Green (born 1897) in 
Illinois politics, 1919-48. [4132 

Victor Kleber. Selective service in 
Illinois, 1940-1947: a complete history of 
the operation of the Selective Service 
System in Illinois from its inception on 
September 16, 1940, to its termination on 
March 31, 1947. [Springfield? 1948.] 
xvi, 522 p. facsims., forms, maps, ports., 
views. [4133 

Chicago 

Alfred F. Hopkins. The sword of 
Captain Nathan Heald. Soc. Amer. 
SwoRD Collectors, Bid., 2 (no. 4) : 
5-8 (.Aug), view, notes. Describes a 
sword worn by Captain Heald at the 
time of the Indian massacre at Fort 
Dearborn, Aug. 15, 1812. [4134 

William Ferris. Old Hutch — the wheat 
king. III. State Hist. Soc, Jour., 41: 
231-243 (Sep). port. On Benjamin 
Peters Hutchinson (1829-99), of Chicago, 
as a grain speculator. [4135 

Mentor Lee Williams. The background 
of the Chicago River and Harbor Con- 
vention, 1847. Mid-A7nerica, 30: 219- 
232 (Oct.) notes. [4136 

Chicago Railroad Fair. State and local 
hist, news, 4: 95-99 (Sep), view. On 
railroads in Chicago, 1848-1948. [4137 



250 



William Ferris. Joseph built the first 
grain pit. Nation's bus., 36 (no. 4): 
36-38, 62, 64-66 (Apr), views. On the 
Chicago Board of Trade and the grain 
business, 1848-1948. [4138 

Chicago's first railroad. Chicago hist., 
1: 354-358 (summer). Includes a quota- 
tion from Annual review of the business 
of Chicago, 1852, on the Galena and 
Chicago Union RR. [4139 

John Hossack. [Speech on slavery.] 
III. State Hist. See, Jour., 41: 67-74 
(Mar). view. Delivered at Chicago 
Oct. 3, 1860, during Hossack's trial for 
violation of the Fugitive Slave Act. 

[4140 

Jevne and Ahiiini. Chicago hist., 1: 
313-316 (spring). Describes Chicago 
illustrated (Chicago: Jevne and Almini, 
1866-67), consisting of fifty-two litho- 
graphs made from drawings by Louis 
Kurz, Otto Jevne, and Peter M. Almini. 

[4141 

Q-. M. Campbell. A historical sketch of 
the Baltimore & Ohio Chicago Terminal 
Railroad Company and its predecessor 
companies [1867-1947]. Railway and 
Locomotive Hist. Soc, Bui., 73: 54-62 
(May 1948). [4142 

Henriette C. K. Naeseth. Drama in 
Swedish in Chicago [1868-1913]. III. 
State Hist. Soc, Jour., 41: 159-170 
(Jun). notes. [4143 

Ralph Brazelton Peck. History of 
building foundations in Chicago: a report 
of an investigation conducted by the 
Engineering Experiment Station, Uni- 
versity of Illinois, in cooperation with the 
Western Society of Engineers and the 
Illinois Section, American Society of 
Civil Engineers. [Urbana] Univ. of Il- 
linois [1948]. 64 p. diagrs., views, 
bibliog. (p. 61), notes. (Univ. of Illinois 
bulletin, v. 45, no. 29.) Study of the 
foundations of Chicago buildings con- 
structed 1871-ca. 1905. > [4144 

Carl W. Condit. The Chicago School 
and the modern movement in architec- 
ture [1875-1905], Art in Am., 36: 19-36 
(Jan), views, notes. [4145 



Ernest Samuel Larson. The Evangel- 
ical Mission Covenant of America: be- 
ginnings. Chicago, 1948. 156-172 p. 
notes. Part of thesis — Univ. of Chicago. 
Founding of Swedish Evangelical Mission 
Covenant of America, Chicago, 1884-85. 

[4146 

Horatio Hackett Newman. History of 
the Department of Zoology in the Uni- 
versity of Chicago [1892-1948]. Bios, 19: 
215-239 (Dec), ports., views, notes. 

[4147 

J. C. Burton, ed. Arthur Young [born 
1863] and the business he founded (per- 
sonal reminiscences). N. Y.: Priv. print., 
1948. viii, [6], 71 p. ports., views. 
Chiefly on the accounting firm of Arthur 
Young & Co., Chicago, 1894-1947. 

[4148 

James Harrel Cobb & Louis B. Jen- 
nings. A biography & bibliography of 
Edgar Johnson Goodspeed. Chicago: 
Univ. of Chicago Press [1948. 6], 23, [1] 
p. port. Life of a Chicago scholar in 
Greek and Biblical literature (born 1871) 
and list of his publications, 1897-1948. 

[4149 

Sophonisba Preston Breckinridge [1866- 
1948]. Social service rev., 22: 417-450 
(Dec), ports, notes. Contributions by 
Edith Abbott, Charles E. Merriam, 
Katharine F. Lenroot, Elisabeth Christ- 
man, Russell W. Ballard, Ellen C. Potter, 
Joseph L. Moss, Martha Branscombe, 
Arlien Johnson, and Helen R. Wright, 
relating to Miss Breckinridge as a teacher 
of social work in the University of 
Chicago, a patron of Hull House, and a 
supporter of organizations to promote 
domestic and international welfare, 1897- 
1948. [4150 

Joseph R. Weil. "Yellow Kid" Weil: 
the autobiography of America's master 
swindler as told to W[illiam] T. Brannon. 
Chicago: Ziff-Davis Pub. Co. [1948. 6], 
297 p. facsims., ports., views. Remi- 
niscences of a Chicago "confidence man," 
ca. 1900-1948. [4151 

Martin E. Hanke. Fred Conrad Koch, 
1876-1948. Science, 107: 671-672 (Jun 
25). On Koch as a research chemist in 
Chicago, 1902-48. [4152 



251 



John Barstow Morrill. Forest Preserve 
District of Cook County, Illinois: an 
outer park and reservation system for 
Chicago [1915-48]. Landscape architec- 
ture, 38: 139-144 (Jul), map, views. 

[4153 

The Varin Aquatints. Chicago hist., 1: 
316-321 (spring), views. Reminiscences 
by Ernest Byfield, Chicago, concerning 
copies of aquatint engravings made for 
him by R. Varin in 1926. [4154 

Howard Vincent O'Brien. All things 
considered: memories, experiences, and 
observations of a Chicagoan. Indian- 
apolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co. [1948]. 345 p. 
Excerpts from O'Brien's column in the 
Chicago daily neivs, 1933-47, with a 
biographical introduction. [4155 

Illinois. Medical Center Commission. 
Medical Center District, Chicago, Illinois. 
Fact book: a description of the research, 
healing, and teaching institutions which 
constitute the district, their history, and 
a glance at the future [1935-48]. Chicago 
[1948]. vi, 42 p. ports., views. [4156 

Other Local History 

John W. Grifiin. Upper Mississippi at 
the Fisher site. Am. antiq., 14: 124-126 
(Oct), notes. Describes undated mounds 
and house pits in Will Co., 111. [41 57 

Robert M. Qrogan. Beads of meteoric 
iron from an Indian mound near Havana, 
Illinois. Am. antiq., 13: 302-305 (Apr), 
views, notes. [4158 

Richard S. McNeish. The pre-pottery 
Faulkner site of southern Illinois. Am. 
antiq., 13: 232-243 (Jan), diagr., views, 
notes. On a prehistoric site in Massac 
Co., 111. [4159 

Thome Deuel. Illinois records of 1000 
A. D. III. State Hist. See, Jour., 41: 
219-230 (Sep), views, notes. Hope- 
wellian excavations. [4160 

Charles E. Peterson. Notes on old 
Cahokia [1699-1844]. French Ani. rev., 
1: 184-225 (Jul-Sep). facsim., maps, 
views, notes. [4161 

Ernest E. East. Mad career of Jean 
Baptiste Maillet. D. A. R. mag., 82; 



599 (Aug). On Maillet as commandant f 
and trader at Peoria, 1778-1802. [4162 

Ada Sarah Louisa (Auld) Torrens & \ 
Louise Torrens, camps. Marriage rec- ! 
ords, Randolph County, Illinois, 1809 to 
1870. Sparta [1948]. 95 leaves. [4163 

Jane Rodman. The English settlement 
in southern Illinois as viewed by English 
travelers, 1815-1825. Ind. mag. hist., 
44: 37-68 (Mar), notes. [4164 

Elizabeth Raymond Woodward. Por- 
trait of my grandmother, Mrs. Lincoln's 
kinswoman. III. State Hist. Soc, 
Jour., 41: 265-280 (Sep). On Helen 
Kissam (Dodge) Edwards (born 1819), of 
Springfield, 111. [4165 

Edgar Louis Dukes. Yester years in 
Edwards County, Illinois [1825-61]. Vol- 
ume two. [Albion] ^948. [2], 207, [1] 
p. diagrs., facsims., maps, ports., views. 
Vol. 1 published 1945. [4166 

Robert Steen. McKendree College 
[1828-1948. Lebanon, 111., 1948. 15] 
leaves, maps, views. [4167 

Albert Q. Merkens. Early Lutheran 
settlers and schools in northern Illinois 
[1829-1946]. Concordia Hist. Inst, guar., 
21: 68-74, 128-135 (Jul-Oct). notes. 
To be cont. ^ [4168 

Federal Writers' Project. Illinois. Du 
Page County: a descriptive and historical 
guide, 1831-1939. Re-edited for pub- 
lication in 1948 by Marion Knoblauch. 
Elmhurst: I. A. Ruby [1948]. xvii, 253 p. 
maps (1 fold.), ports., views, bibliog. 
(p. 235-238). (American guide series.) 

[4169 

The Illinois and Michigan Canal centen- 
nial. Chicago hist., 1: 321-328 (spring), 
facsim. On the building of the canal, 
1836-48. [4170 

Daniel E. Poellot. The old church at 
Addison. Concordia Hist. Inst, guar., 
21: 14-26 (Apr), ports., view. Lutheran 
Church at Addison, 111., 1837-1946. 

[4171 

Moses Goodwin Wadsworth. Some 
memories of Lincoln. III. State Hist. 
Soc, /our., 41: 281-283 (Sep). Reminis- 



252 



cences of Lincoln's residence in Sangamon 
Co., 111., 1840-58. [4172 

Ebenezer Welsh. "O pioneers!" Chicago 
hist., I: 306-308 (winter). Excerpt from 
a letter to Milton Welsh, dated Mon- 
mouth, 111., Sep. 19, 1841, commenting on 
local customs and speech. [4173 

Winfred Overholser. Jacksonville 
1847 — psychiatry then and now. Jour, 
hist, vied., 3: 381-394 (summer). On 
the Jacksonville State Hospital, Illinois, 
founded 1847, with remarks on the 
development of psychiatry. [4174 

Augustana Evangelical Lutheran 
Church. A century of life and growth: 
Augustana, 1848-1948. [Oscar Nils 
Olson, historical editor.] Rock Island, 
111.: Augustana Book Concern, 1948. 
,158 p. facsims., maps, ports (part col.), 
views. [4175 

Illinois. Dept. of Conservation. Illinois 
and Michigan Canal, 1848-1948. [Spring- 
field, 1948. 35] p. maps, views. Canal 
connecting Peru, 111., with Chicago. 

[4176 

Mabel Goddard, ed. The public parks 
of Freeport, Illinois: their first century, 
1849-1949. [Freeport] Priv. print. [1948]. 
xi, [9], 102 p. ports., views, bibliog. 
(p. 102). [4177 

O. Kenneth Baker. Virginia (and W. 
Va.) origins of settlers in Edgar Co., 
Illinois, as revealed by the 1850 census. 
Natl. Geneal. Soc. quar., 36: 73-76 (Sep). 

[4178 

B. F. Harris. Cattle feeding operation 
92 years ago. Cattleman, 34 (no. 9): 110 
(Feb). Operations of the author in 
Champaign Co., 111., 1856-57. [4179 

Otto R. Kyle. Mr. Lincoln steps out: 
the anti-Nebraska editors' convention. 
Abr. Lincoln guar., 5: 25-37 (Mar), 
notes. On a meeting at Decatur, 111., 
Feb. 22, 1856. [4180 

William W. Clary. A house divided. 
Pac. spectator, 2: 253-261. notes. On 
the "house divided" speech delivered by 
Lincoln at Springfield, Jun. 16, 1858. 

[4181 



J. L. McC orison, Jr. Mr. Lincoln' 
broken blinds. Lincoln herald, 50 (no* 
2): 43-46 (Jun). notes. On a letter 
from Benjamin Francis Seaver to Lucy 
Barrett Seaver, dated Springfield, Nov. 
17, 1860, mentioning Lincoln's house. 

[4182 

Kentucky Confederates buried at Camp 
Douglas, Illinois. Ky. Hist. Soc, Reg., 
46: 404-409 (Jan). Alphabetical list, 
giving name, company, and regiment. 

[4183 

Harry B. Bawden, ed. The achievement 
of Rock Island Arsenal, World War ii. 
[Davenport, la.: Bawden Bros., 1948.] 
149, [79] p. map, ports., views. History 
of Rock Island Arsenal, 1862-1945, with 
chief emphasis on the years after 1939. 

[4184 

Clarence W. Schroeder. Divorce in a 
metropolitan area. Social sci., 23: 14-18 
(Jan). Divorce in Peoria, 111., 1870- 
1932. [4186 

Qlenna (James) Mosgrove. The Bethel 
Congregational Christian Church, its 
history and its people, 1877-1948: source 
material from church and family records 
with reminiscences by Elias Olan James. 
Mansfield, 111.: Mrs. C. A. Mosgrove, 
■=1948. [6], 85 leaves, fold, map, ports., 
views. History of a church in Piatt Co., 
111. [4186 

General Grant visits Springfield, Illinois 
[May 5, 1879]. III. State Hist. Soc, 
Jour., 41: 179-180 (Jun). [4187 

Robert Joseph Casey. Mr. Clutch: the 
story of George William Borg. Indian- 
apolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co. [1948]. 258 p. 
ports., views. Biography of an Illinois 
manufacturer (born 1887). [4188 

Early old timer still believer in cheaper 
cars. Old timers news, 3 (no. 11): 10-11 
(Aug), ports. Interview with Alva S. 
Krotz, Rockton, 111., concerning his 
experience as a builder of automobiles, 
1898-ca. 1911. [4189 

John Ericsson Day Banquet, March 9, 
1898. III. State Hist. Soc, Jour., 41: 
174-179 (Jun), Includes a speech by 



253 



Carl R. Chindbloom, Mar. 9, 1898, before 
the Paxton Swedish-American Republican 
Club, Paxton, 111. [4190 

John Bartlow Martin. The blast in 
Centralia No. 5: a mine disaster no one 
stopped. Harper's, 196: 193-220 (Mar), 
cartoons. On Centralia No. 5 Mine, 
Centralia, 1907-48, with particular refer- 
ence to causes of an explosion of Mar. 25, 
1947. [4191 

Vachel Lindsay. Lindsay explains "The 
Congo." [Edited by A. L. Badger.] 
Philol. guar., 27: 190-192 (Apr), notes. 
Reprinted from the Springfield Illinois 
State register, Feb. 13, 1914. [41 92 

Robert Peck, Jr. Milling around with 
the Mills. Record changer, 7 (no. 7): 
15-17; (no. 8): 9, 20; (no. 9): 14-16 
(Jul-Sep). facsims. On recordings made 
by the Mills Music Co., 1922-27. [4193 

Kenneth E, Howe. The development of 
teacher-pupil planning in the public 
schools of Glencoe, Illinois [1938-46]. 
Northwestern Univ., Summaries of 
doctoral dissertations, 15: 136-141. [4194 

MICHIGAN 

Statewide History 

Bert Hudgins. Michigan: geographic 
backgrounds in the development of the 
Commonwealth. Detroit, 1948. vii, 104 
p. maps, views, bibliogs. Includes 
some account of the historical geography 
of Michigan, 1634 ff. [4195 

Frederick Clever Bald. Gabriel Rich- 
ard, the first vice-president of the Uni- 
versity of Michigan. Ann Arbor: Univ. 
of Michigan, 1948. [7] p. port. (Bul- 
letin no. 2, Michigan historical collec- 
tions.) On the connection of Richard 
(1767-1832) with the University of 
Michigan, 1817-32. [4196 

Kent Sagendorph. Michigan: the story 
of the University [1817-1948]. N. Y.: 
E. P. Dutton, 1948. 384 p. map, ports., 
views. (American college and university 
series, v. 2.) [4197 

George D. Henning, Land surveys in 
Michigan [1830-1948]. Surveying and 
mapping, 8: 149-156 (Jul-Sep). [4198 



Andrew D. Perejda. Sources and dis- 
persal of Michigan's population [1837- 
1940]. Mich, hist., 32: 355-366 (Dec), 
maps. [4199 

History of pharmacy in the University 
of Michigan [1839-1913]. Am. jour, 
pharmaceutical educ, 12: 388-390 (Apr). 

[4200 

Frederick Irving Kuhns. The breakup 
of the Plan of Union in Michigan [1840- 
46]. Mich, hist., 32: 157-180 (Jun). 
map. notes. Refers to a virtual union 
of Congregationalists and Presbyterians. 

[4201 

Charles R. Starring. Hazen S. Pingree. 
Detroit Hist. See, BuL, 4 (no. 8): 
5-8 (Apr). On Pingree as Mayor of 
Detroit, 1889-97, and Governor of 
Michigan, 1897-1901. [4202 

Charles R. Starring. Hazen S. Pingree: 
another forgotten eagle. Mich, hist., 32: 
129-149 (Jun). port. On Pingree as 
Mayor of Detroit, 1889-97, and Governor 
of Michigan, 1897-1901. [4203 

E. Blythe Stason. Joseph Horace Drake 
[1860-1947]. Mich, law rev., 46: 447-449 
(Feb). port. On Drake's service as 
Professor of Law in the University of 
Michigan Law School, 1907-30. [4204 

Irvin Long. Some' problems in special 
assessment district obligations: a study 
of Michigan drain bond cases [1923-29]. 
Mich, law rev., 46: 911-932 (May), notes. 

[4205 
Detroit 

Ruth Howard. Preliminary report on 
the Fort Wayne Mound, Detroit, Mich- 
igan. Mich. Acad. Sci., Papers, 34: 
261-266 (1948). Describes undated re- 
mains, excavated 1944-45. [4206 

Jean Delanglez. The genesis and build- 
ing of Detroit. Mid-America, 30: 75-104 
(Apr), notes. Includes excerpts from 
documents, 1699-1701, and a hst of the 
men who accompanied Cadillac to Detroit 
in 1701. [4207 

Jean Delanglez. Cadillac at Detroit. 
Mid-America, 30: 152-176, 233-256 (Jul- 
Oct). notes. On Antoine Laumet, Sieur 



254 



de Cadillac, as founder of Detroit, 1701- 
03. [4208 

Melvin W. Wachs. A postal history of 
Detroit: 1701-1948. Mich, hist., 32: 
352-354 (Dec). [4209 

Elleine H. Stones. Another link added 
to Detroit's greatest bibliographical 
mystery. Detroit Hist. Soc, BuL, 4 
{no. 8): 10 (Apr). On the date of estab- 
lisliinent of the first printing press in 
Detroit (1785 or 1787?). [4210 

Mile M. Quaife. Detroit — one hundred 
and sixty years ago. Detroit Hist. 
Soc, BuL, 5 (no. 4): 5-7 (Dec). Com- 
ments on a journal kept at Detroit by 
Thomas Hughes, an officer of the 53d 
Regiment, 1786-88. [4211 

Frederick Clever Bald. Detroit's first 
American decade, 1796 to 1805. Ann 
Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press, 1948. 
xi, 276, [2] p. fold, map, ports., views. 
"Bibliographical essay" (p. 250-257), 
notes. (Univ. of Michigan publications. 
History and political science, v. 16.) 

[4212 

Frederick Clever Bald. A portrait of 
Anthony Wayne painted from life by Jean 
Pierre Henri Elouis in 1796 and now 
reproduced from a unique print for the 
school children of Detroit. With a 
historical essay on General Anthony 
Wayne at Detroit. Ann Arbor: Clements 
Library, Univ. of Michigan, 1948. 15 p. 
port. (Bulletin of the Clements Library, 
52.) [4213 

Alvin C. Hamer, ed. Detroit murders. 
N. Y.: Duell, Sloan, and Pierce [1948. 
6], 218 p. (Regional murder series, v. 8.) 
Contents. — The Kickapoo Indian kill- 
ing, 1815, by Alvin C. Hamer.— The 
Latimer case, 1889, by Anna Mary 
Wells. — The Loomis case, 1927, by 
Charles G. Giveus. — ^The Evangelistic 
case, 1929, by Royce Howes. — The 
Buckley case, 1930, by Charles T. Haun.— 
The Dickinson case, 1935, by Patrick S. 
McDougall. — -The case of the Bloody 
Legion, 1936, by Charles T. Haun.— 
The Beaver case, 1945, by Elizabeth 
Coulson. — The Lj^dia Thompson case, 
1945, by Patricia Bronte. [4214 



Claude Eggertsen. The Primary School 
of the University of Michigania. Mich, 
alumnus {quar. rev.), 40: 37-44 (autumn), 
port. On primary education in Detroit, 
1818-31. [4215 

M. Woolsey Carapau. Two distin- 
guished old Jefferson Avenue houses. 
Detroit Hist. Soc, BuL, 4 (no. 9): 
5-9 (May). views. Describes the 
Trowbridge house, built by Charles 
Christopher Trowbridge, apparently in 
the 1830s, and the Sibley house, built 
by the widow of Judge Solomon Sibley 
in 1848. [4216 

James R. Irwin. Fort Wayne — a 
century of service. Mich, alumnus 
{quar. rev.), 40: 68-79 (autumn), views. 
On Fort Wayne, at Detroit, 1846-1948. 

[4217 

Joe L. Norris. Flower shows of other 
days. Detroit Hist. Soc, BuL, 4 (no. 
7): 5-8 (Mar), notes. On flower-rais- 
ing organizations in Detroit to 1848. 

[4218 

Bliss (E. W.) Company. The third 
dimension of invention. [Detroit, 1948. 
4], 45, [2] p. facsims., ports., views. 
On Eliphalet Williams Bliss and the 
metal-press industry founded by him, 
1865-1948. [4219 

Lindsey Williams. How the first direc- 
tory of the "speaking telephone" made 
its Detroit debut. Detroit Hist. Soc, 
BuL, 5 (no. 1): 5-8 (Sep), view. On the 
first telephone directory in Detroit, 1878. 

[4220 

Walter Griffith. The age of wood. 
Mich. hisL, 32: 374-377 (Dec). Remin- 
iscences of the use of wood in Detroit in 
the 1880s. [4221 

Walter Griffith. The Detroit River in 
the eighties. Mich. hisL, 32: 88-91 
(Mar). [4222 

Keith Theodore Sward. The legend of 
Henry Ford [1899-1947]. N. Y.: Rine- 
hart, 1948. [8], viii, 550 p. bibliog. (p. 
513-534). [4223 

Dagmar Ruin Ramsay. Jag berattar 
om Clara och Henry Ford. [BorgS,] Pro 
Patria [1948]. 250 p. ports., views. 



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255 



Chiefly on the domestic hfe of Henry 
Ford and Clara J. (Bryant) Ford, ca. 
1900-1947. (4224 

William C. Richards. The last billion- 
aire: Henry Ford. N. Y.: C. Scribner's 
Sons, 1948. ix, 422 p. Reminiscences, 
ca. 1917-1947. [4225 

Robert B. McNee, Stanley E. Ogle, & 
Floyd A. Stilgenbauer. Geographic 
influences in the recent growth of north- 
western Detroit [1929-48]. Mich. Acad. 
Sci., Papers, 34: 165-174. diagrs., maps 
(part fold.), views. [4226 

Ralph Carr Fletcher. Runaway youth 
to Detroit during the war [1941-45]. 
Social service rev., 22: 349-354 (Sep), 
notes. [4227 

Other Local History 

Mary Moran. Old peddler's cries from 
Greenville. Mich, hist., 32: 378-385 
(Dec). Examples collected from recol- 
lections of De Loies Roosa and Jenny 
Roosa of Greenville. [4228 

Irving I. Katz. Ezekiel Solomon: the 
first Jew in Michigan. Mich, hist., 32: 
247-257 (Sep), notes. On a resident of 
Mackinac who came from Canada in 1761 
and died between 1805 and ca. 1808. 

[4229 

Mrs. E. V. Hewlett, comp. Ganong-Marrs 
family record. Detroit Soc. Geneal. Re- 
search mag., 12: 39-40 (Nov-Dec). In- 
cludes a record of the descendants of 
Schooley Dennis of Michigan (born 1784) 
to 1901. [4230 

Thomas W. Blinn. Some notes on 
early Michigan postal markings [1789- 
1848]. Mich, hist., 32: 150-156 (Jun). 
facsims. notes. [4231 

L. Austin Pearce. By-ways in genealogy. 
Detroit Soc. Geneal. Research mag., 11: 
87-88 (Mar- Apr). On Indian genealogy 
as illustrated by the Indian ancestry of 
the wife of John Johnston, "the first 
permanent white settler at Sault Ste. 
Marie," 1792 fl". [4232 

Albert F. Butler. Rediscovering Mich- 
igan's prairies [ca. 1800 fF.]. Mich, hist., 
32: 15-36 (Mar), notes. Cont. from 



Sep. 1947 and to be cont. This install- 
ment: Charlotte Prairie-Little Sherrar 
Prairie. [4233 

Counties of the State of Michigan. 
Detroit Soc. Geneal. Research mag., 11: 112 
(Mar- Apr), fold. map. List of counties 
with date of organization and name of 
county seat, 1818-87. [4234 

Robert Hakken. A wagon town grows 
up. Tracks, 33 (no. 6): 54-57 (Jun). 
views. On Flint, Mich., 1819-1948. 

[4235 

Mrs. E. B. Kresge, comp. Curtis Ceme- 
tery inscriptions. Detroit Soc. Geneal. 
Research mag., 11: 105-108 (Mar- Apr). 
Burials in Curtis Cemetery, Shelby Twp., 
Macomb Co., Mich., 1819-1911. [4236 

Mrs. E. B. Eresge, comp. Woolcott 
Cemetery inscriptions. Detroit Soc. 
Geneal. Research mag., 11: 81-82 (Jan- 
Feb). Burials in Woolcott Cemetery, 
Ray Twp., Macomb Co., Mich., 1819- 
1906. [4237 

Movmt Clemens, Mich. High School. 

Just yesterday: a collection of pictures 
and a bibliography of reference materials 
for the enjoyment and use of students and 
other citizens of Macomb County [ca. 
1819-1948]. Robert [Hayworth] Beal, 
Chairman, Dept. of Social Studies. 
Edited by Elaine Sanders and Patricia 
Schott. Mt. Clemens, 1948. iv, 44 p. 
views. [4238 

Janet White. William Montague Ferry 
[1796-1867] and the Protestant mission 
on Mackinac Island. Mich, hist., 32: 
340-351 (Dec). notes. On Ferry's 
service on Mackinac Island, 1822-34, 
under the auspices of the Northern Mis- 
sionary Society (Presbyterian). [4230 

Florence Woolsey Hazzard. Pioneer 
women of Washtenaw County [1823-ca. 
I860]. Mich, hist., 32: 181-201 (Jun). 
port, notes. [4240 

Floyd L. Haight. Some early Dearborn 
history [1824-1942]. Mich, hist., 32: 
84-87 (Mar). [4241 

William Montague Ferry & Amanda 
White Ferry. Frontier Mackinac Island, 
1823-1834: letters of William Montague 



256 



and Amanda White Ferry. Edited by 
Charles A. Anderson. Presbyt. Hist. 
Soc, Jour., 26: 101-127, 182-191 (Jun- 
Sep). Goncl. Letters from the Rev. 
William Montague Ferry and his wife, 
Jun. 4, 1827-Aug. 15, 1834. [4242 

Mary Grace Fogg Coleman. Memoirs 
of Jonesville Park [1831-1945]. Mich, 
hist., 32: 77-83 (Mar), view. [4243 

James Knox Jamison. This Ontonagon 
country: the story of an American frontier 
[1831-1948]. Third edition. Ontonagon, 
Mich.: Ontonagon Herald Co. [1948. 
8], 240 p. maps, views, bibliog. (p. 
239-240). First published 1939. [4244 

L\ilu M. Becker Going. The art of 
homemaking. Mich, hist., 32: 290-294 
(Sep). Describes household work as done 
by Chloe Durkee in a house near Pontiac, 
1833-51. [4245 

William J. Duchaine. Bad Axe and 
Grindstone City [1834^1948], Tracks, 
33 (no. 4): 11-14 (Apr), view. [4246 

Holland H. Maybee. David W^ard 
[1822-1900]: pioneer timber king. Mich, 
hist., 32: 1-14 (Mar), map, port. On 
Ward's activities in Michigan, 1836-54. 

[4247 

Ethel Olsen. Bay City, "Gateway to 
the North" [1837-1948]. Tracks, 33 (no. 
2): 7-9 (Feb), view. [4248 

Virginia Everham, comp. St. Clair 
County marriages [1838-48]. Detroit 
Soc. Geneal. Research mag., H: 77-81, 
101-104, 133-137; 12: 21-25, 47-52 (Jan- 
Jun, Sep-Dec). Tables giving names, 
ages, addresses, and places and dates of 
marriage. [4249 

Willis F. Dvinbar. Glimpses of Michigan, 
1840-60. Mich, hist., 32: 225-237 (Sep). 
Pertains chiefly to Kalamazoo, 1840-50. 

[4250 

Sister Bosalita, ed. Achievement of a 
century: the motherhouse and mission, 
congregation of the Sisters, Servants of 
the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Monroe, 
Michigan, 1845-1945. [Detroit? °1948.] 
xiii, 299 p. views. [4251 



Sinter Rosalita. No greater service: the 
history of the congregation of the Sisters, 
Servants of the Immaculate Heart of 
Mary, Monroe, Michigan, 1845-1945. 
Detroit, 1948. xx, 863 p. diagrs., 
facsims. (part fold.), ports., views, 
bibliog. (p. 813-833), notes. Account of 
an organization "dedicated to the educa- 
tion of youth." [4252 

Roger A. Leestma. Origin of Dutch 
place names in Allegan and Ottawa 
Counties, ]\Iichigan [1847-49]. Mich. 
Acad. Sci., Papers, 34: 147-151 (1948). 
maps. [4253 

Carl E. Burklimd. An early Michigan 
poet: Lewis J. Bates [1832-1915]. Mich, 
hist., 32: 367-373 (Dec), notes. On 
Bates as a newspaperman in Michigan, 
1848-1915. [4254 

100 years of serving farmers. Ethyl 
news, Jul.-Aug., p. 12-14. On the Oliver 
Corporation, Battle Creek, Mich., and 
predecessor manufacturers of farm ma- 
chinery, 1848-1948. [4255 

Mrs. Dwight T. Randall, comp. East 
Plains Cemetery. Detroit Soc. Geneal. 
Research mag., 11: 129-132; 12: 17-20, 
43-46 (May-Jun, Sep-Dec). To be 
cont. Burials in East Plains Cemetery, 
Ionia Co., Mich., 1858-1946. [4256 

Daniel Carey. Michigan's foremost 
unique logger. Mich, hist., 32: 301-302 
(Sep). On Scott Gerrish of Evart, the 
first Michigan lumberman to log by rail, 
ca. 1873. [4257 

Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick. The Land 
of the Crooked Tree. N. Y.: Oxford 
Univ. Press, 1948. x, 350 p. views. 
Reminiscences of Cross Village (Arbre 
Croche), Mich., 1874-98. [4258 

Bob Neale. They made America furni- 
ture conscious. Tracks, 33 (no. 6): 25-28 
(Jun). views. On the furniture industry 
of Grand Rapids, Mich., 1876-1948. 

[4259 

Irma Thompson Ireland. Folk music 
on a Michigan farm. Mich, hist., 32: 
99-106 (Mar). notes. Contains text 
and music of several songs current at 
Keeler, Mich., ca. 1880. [4260 



257 



Richard M. Dorson. The lynching of 
the McDonald Boys. Am. mercury, 
66: 698-703 (Jun). Incident at Menom- 
inee, Mich., 1881. [4261 

P. H. D. Sheridan. El Kalamazoos. 
Tracks, S3 (no. 12): 14-16 (Dec), cartoon. 
On railroad "hand cars" manufactured 
in Kalamazoo, Mich., 1882-1948. [4262 

Ida M. Spring. White pine portraits: 
Norwegian Jack Ryland. Mich, hist., 32: 
295-300 (Sep), port. On a half -legend- 
ary lumberman in the Upper Peninsula, 
1892-ca. 1900. [4263 

R. A. Brotherton. The wreck of the 
Kershaw, Moonlight, and Kent. Inland 
seas, 4: 124-126 (summer). views. 
Wreck of an ore carrier and tow barges 
oflf Marquette, Sept. 29, 1895. [4264 

Ferris E. Lewis. Frederic: a typical 
logging village in the twilight of the lum- 
bering era, 1912-18. Mich, hist., 32: 
321-339 (Dec). To be cont. [4265 

Mike Detzler. The short, happy life of 
Smeltania. Holiday, 3 (no. 2): 112-116 
(Feb), views. On the smelt industry in 
Lake Charlevoix. Mich., 1937-47. [4266 

Ivan F. Schneider. Land quality and 
real-estate transfers in Ogemaw County, 
Michigan [1942-47]. INIich. Acad. Sci., 
Papers, 34: 185-194. diagrs., maps, 
notes. [4267 

Florence Barnes. From the Southern 
highlands to the plains of Michigan. 
Peabody jour, educ, 26: 19-27 (Jul). 
Experiences of a native of Tennessee as 
critic teacher for Central Michigan 
College of Education, Mount Pleasant, 
Mich., 1944-48, with contrasts between 
North and South. [4268 

WISCONSIN 

Statewide History 

H. Russell Austin. The Wisconsin 
story: the building of a vanguard State 
[1634-1948. Milwaukee] Milwaukee 
Journal [1948]. viii, 382 p. maps, ports., 
views, bibliog. (p. 361-369). First pub- 
lished in part as a serial in the Milwaukee 
journal, Feb.-Mar. 1948. [4269 



Committee on Wisconsin Women. 
Wisconsin's historic sites [1634-1948. \ 
Kohler, Wis., 1948.] 87 p. maps. 
Guide-book to famous spots and historic 
houses. [4270 

Edgar George Doudna. The Thirtieth 
Star, 1848-1948. [Madison: State Cen- ' 
tennial Committee, 1948?] 107 p. port., 
views, bibliog. (p. 100-105). On Wis- 
consin, 1634-1948. [4271 

Benjamin Joseph Blied. The Catholic 
story of Wisconsin. Milwaukee, 1948. 
34 p. view. On the Catholic Church in 
Wisconsin, 1661-1948. [4272 

Ruth Miriam De Young Kohler. The 

story of Wisconsin women. [Kohler] 
Committee on Wisconsin Women for the 
1948 Wisconsin Centennial [1948]. 144 p. 
ports. notes. Biographical sketches, 
ca. 1764-1948. [4273 

John B. O'Brien. Vermont fathers of 
Wisconsin. Vt. guar., 16: 74-82 (Jul). 
Includes short biographies of Vermonters 
who settled in Wisconsin, ca. 1817-1852. 

[4274 

U. S. Post Office Dept. A list of all known 
post offices in the Territory and State of 
Wisconsin, from the first P. O. established, 
December 1821 to October 1917. Mil- 
waukee, 1948. [4], 37 leaves, map. 

[4275 

Earl L. Trever. Wisconsin newspapers 
as publishers of the Federal laws, 1836- 
1874. Wis. mag. hist., 31: 305-325 (Mar), 
notes. [4276 

Marvin B. Rosenberry. Chief Justice 
Charles Dunn [1799-1872] of the Terri- 
torial Supreme Court. Wis. mag. hist., 
32: 135-142 (Dec), port, notes. On the 
judicial services of Dunu' in Wisconsin, 
1838 S. [4277 

Lena London. Homestead exemption in 
the Wisconsin Constitution [1847-48]. 
Wis. mag. hist., 32: 176-184 (Dec), 
notes. [4278 

Benjamin Joseph Blied. Wisconsin's 
Cathohc hospitals [1848-1948]. Salesia- 
nium, 43: 10-19 (Jan). [4279 



258 



Edgar George Doudna. The making of 
our Wisconsin schools, 1848-1948. [Mad- 
ison: State Centennial Committee, 1948.] 
32 p. ports., views. Reprinted from 
Wisconsin journal of education, Jan. 1948. 

[4280 

Howard Publishing Company, Chicago. 
A history of the Wisconsin paper indus- 
try, 1848-1948. Chicago, "=1948. 76 p. 
ports., views. [4281 

Alexander Wiley, cornp. An economic 
survey of Wisconsin: a series of reports 
from Federal Government agencies on 
the growth and development of the State 
.of Wisconsin, 1848-1948. Wash.: U. S. 
Govt. Print. OflF., 1948. iii, 32 p. tables. 
(80th Cong., 2d sess., 1948. Senate. 
Document no. 130.) [4282 

Wisconsin Federation of Music Clubs. 
Wisconsin composers. [Beloit? Wis., 
1948.] 88 p. Biographical sketches and 
a list of each composer's works, ca. 1848- 
1948. [4283 

Alfred B. Schumann. No peddlers 
allowed. Appleton, Wis.: C. C. Nelson 
Pub. Co., 1948. [12], 325 p. ports. On 
Solomon Levitan (1862-1940), native of 
East Prussia, as a merchant and political 
leader in Wisconsin, ca. 1883-1940. 

[4284 

Wilbur H. Glover. The Agricultural 
College crisis of 1885. Wis. mag. hist., 
32: 17-25 (Sep). On the College of Agri- 
culture, University of Wisconsin. [4286 

Joaquin Ortega. The professor and the 
university. N. M. guar, rev., 18: 319-337 
(autumn). On the services and person- 
ality of Max C. Otto as professor of philos- 
ophy in the University of Wisconsin, 
1910-47. [4286 

Francis A. Krause. The Wisconsin can- 
ning industry . . . Edited by W[illiam] 
D[onald] Knight. Madison: Univ. of 
Wisconsin, School of Commerce, Bureau 
of Business Research and Service, 1948. 
161 p. diagrs., maps, tables. notes. 
(Wisconsin commerce papers, v. 1, no. 1.) 
On the vegetable-canning industry, 
1920-46. [4287 



Local History 

Robert B. Jones. Archaeological exca- 
vations in Polk, Barron, and Rusk Coun- 
ties. Wis. archeol., 29: 1-17 (Mar), 
diagrs., views. Excavations (1947) of 
mounds containing Woodland remains 
and a Folsomoid point. [4288 

Nancy Oestreich. Trends of change in 
patterns of child care and training among 
the Wisconsin Winnebago. Milwaukee: 
Wisconsin Archaeological Society, 1948. 
39-140 p. diagr., maps, view, notes. 
{Wis. archaeol., n. s., v. 29, nos. 3-4, 
Sep.-Dec 1948.) Thesis (m. a.)— Univ. 
of Wisconsin. Based on the author's 
studies at Black River Falls, 1946, and 
on descriptions by previous observers, 
1634 ff. [4289 

Bayrd Still. Milwaukee: the history of 
a city [1795-1948]. Madison: State His- 
torical Society of Wisconsin, 1948. xvi, 
638 p. maps, ports., views. bibliog. 
(p. 601-610), notes. [4290 

Willis H. Miller. John Comstock [1812- 
90]: pioneer Hudson banker. Wis. mag. 
hist., 32: 168-175 (Dec), notes. On 
Comstock in Hudson, Wis., 1856-90. 

[4291 

Frederic Q. Cassidy. "Koshkonong," 
a misunderstood place-name. Wis. mag. 
hist., 31: 429-440 (Jun). map. notes. 
On a name applied to parts of Dane Co., 
Wis., 1820-49. [4292 

Minnie A. G. Ozanne, My memoirs: 
history leading up to the establishing of 
the town of Somers, County of Kenosha, 
State of Wisconsin [ca. 1835-ca. 1884. 
Kenosha, Wis.: Sharpe Print. Co., 1948.] 
69 p. maps, ports., views. [4293 

CoUamer M. Abbott. Roseline Peck, 
pioneer housekeeper. Vt. guar., 16: 69-73 
(Jul), port. Life of Rosehne (Willard) 
Peck (1808-99), who settled in Wisconsin 
in 1836 and was the "first settler at Mad- 
ison, 1837." [4294 

Ralph G. Plumb. Highlights of Mani- 
towoc. Wis. mag. hist., 31: 412-417 (Jun). 
Manitowoc Co., Wis., 1836-47. [4295 



259 



Bottom of the lake. Old Print Shop 
portfolio, 7: 93 (Jan), view. Describes a 
lithograph (Chicago, oa. 1860) from a 
painting by Mark Harrison showing 
Fond du Lac, Wis., in 1837. [4296 

August William Derleth. Sauk Coun- 
ty: a centennial history [1838-1948]. 
Baraboo, Wis.: Sauk County Centennial 
Committee, 1948. 100 p. map, ports., 
views. [4297 

The Qrignon house at Kaukauna. 
Badger hist., 1 (no. 8): 10-13 (May). 
views. On a house built by Charles A. 
Grignon, 1838-39. [4298 

Abner Dexter PoUeys. Stories of pio- 
neer days in the Black River Valley. 
Black River Falls, Wis.: The Banner- 
Journal, "1948. 89 p. ports., views. 
History, traditions, and recollections of 
southwest Wisconsin, particularly Jack- 
son Co., 1839-1939. [4299 

Anna Adams Dickie. Scotch-Irish Pres- 
byterian settlers in southern Wisconsin 
[1840-ca. 1850]. Wis. mag. hist., 31: 
291-304 (Mar), ports., views, notes. 
Includes "Homecoming at the old 
church," a poem by Herbert Godfrey. 

[4300 

Thomas Childs Cochran. The Pabst 
Brewing Company: the history of an 
American business. N. Y.: New York 
Univ. Press, 1948. xii, 451 p. ports, 
bibliog. (p. 407-421), notes. (New York 
Univ. Graduate School of Business 
Administration. Business history series.) 
History of a Milwaukee enterprise, 
1844-1946. [4301 

[John M.] Heiuii. [A letter from Bishop 
Henni to Bishop Peter Lefevere. Edited 
by] Peter Leo Johnson, d. d. Salesianum, 
43: 63-65 (Apr). Dated Milwaukee, 
May 13, 1844. On religious matters in 
Milwaukee. [4302 

John Miner. Yesterday's Delhi. Wis. 
mag. hist., 32: 41-48 (Sep), notes. On 
a village, now extinct, between Omro 
and Eureka, Wis., 1846 ff. [4303 

A. C. Kalmbach. Milwaukee: city of 
streamliners. Trains, 8 (no. 6): 19-27 
(Apr), maps, views. On the raUroads of 
Milwaukee, 1847-1948. [4304 



John F. Kienitz. Wilderness travelogue 
and Doty's Loggery. Wis. mag. hist., 
31: 397-409 (Jun). diagr., view, notes. 
On a log house on Doty's Island in Lake 
Winnebago (buUt in 1847 by James 
Duane Doty, former Governor of Wis- 
consin), as observed by Capt. Lauchlan 
B. Mackinnon, R. N., 1851, and by the 
author. [4305 

Richard H. Marshall. Samuel Marshall 
[1820-1907]: pioneer banker. Wis. mag. 
hist., 32: 26-40 (Sep), port, notes. On 
Marshall as a banker in Milwaukee, 
1847-1901. [4306 

New Holstein Centennial, New Hol- 
stein. Wis. New Holstein centennial 
souvenir booklet. New Holstein [1948]. 
1 v. (unpaged), ports., views. "Early 
history of New Holstein [1848-1927] . . . 
by Gretchen E. Kletzien" (p. [12-37]); 
and histories of business firms, clubs, and 
other organizations. [4307 

Edward J. Dowling. The ships that 
made Milwaukee famous. Inland seas, 
4: 83-95 (summer), view. On "cross- 
lake ship service out of Milwaukee," 
1849-1948. [4308 

Sister Mary Evmice Hanousek. A new 
Assisi: the first hundred years of the 
Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, Milwaukee, 
Wisconsin, 1849-1949. Milwaukee: 

Bruce Pub. Co. [1948]. xiv, 231 p. 
ports., views, notes (p. 212-226). 

[4309 

Douglas Q. Marshall. Nationality 
and the emerging culture. Rural sociol., 
13: 40-47 (Mar), notes. Study of the 
racial composition of Wild Rose, Wis., 
ca. 1850-1947. [4310 

Chester V. Easum. Carl Schurz at 
Watertown. Am.-German rev., 14 (no. 5): 
34-35, 44 (Jun). On Schurz as editor, 
politician, and real-estate dealer in Water- 
town, Wis., 1854-60. [4311 

J. Leighton Carson. Octagon House. 
Am. antiques jour., 3 (no. 1): 16-18 (Jan), 
views. On a house built at Watertown, 
Wis., by John Richards ca. 1855. [4312 

Harriet Pawlowska. Gamroth the 
Strong. Polish Am. stud., 5: 104-107 



260 



(Jul-Dec). Anecdotes and legends of 
Albert Gamroth, a strong man who settled 
near the site of Independence, Wis., in 
1855. [4313 

A. B. Re3molds. Rafting down the Chip- 
pewa and the Mississippi: Daniel Shaw 
Lumber Company, a type study [1856- 
1912J. Wis. mag. hist., 32: 143-152 (Dec), 
table, views, notes. [4314 

Melissa Victoria Brown & Valerie 
Brown. The Jabez Brown twins: a 
family portrait. [Madison? Wis., 1948.] 
83 p. ports. Reprinted from Wis. mag. 
hist., 1946. Reminiscences of girlhood in 
Wisconsin, 1861-ca. 1886. [4315 

[Michael Heis.] Supplement to letter 
XLVii. [Edited by Peter Leo Johnson, 
D. D.] Salestanu7n, 43: 20-23 (Jan) 
notes. Dated Milwaukee, Aug. 30, 1861. 
Reports an inspection of Green Bay. 

[4316 

Robert F. Fries. The Mississippi River 
Logging Companj^ and the struggle for 
the free navigation of logs, 1865-1900. 
Miss. Valley hist, rev., 35: 429-448 (Dec), 
notes. Deals with the Chippewa River, 
Wis. [4317 

Benjamin Joseph Blied. The unknown 
rector. Salesianum, 43: 56-62 (Apr), 
notes. On the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Augustine 
Zeininger (1846-1920) and his services to 
the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, 1868-1903. 

[4318 

Oluf Erickson. Olaf Erickson: Scandi- 
navian frontiersman (in). Wis. mag. 
hist., 31: 326-338 (Mar), ports, notes. 
Life of the author's father, Olaf Erickson 
(1833-1918), who settled near Ontario, 
Wis., 1868. [4319 

Fred B. Trenk. Forests return to the 
Peshtigo. A7n. forests, 54: 444-445, 474- 
476, 478-479 (Oct), views. On a fire 
along the Peshtigo River, Wisconsin, 
1871, and recent rehabilitation of the 
damaged area. [4320 

Kenosha Covmty Historical Society. 

History in the making, by Kenoshans who 
had a part therein. Compiled from the 
files of the Kenosha County Historical 
Society, by Carrie [Irene] Cropley, Secre- 



tary. [Kenosha, 1948.] 88 p. "Accounts 
of first-hand experiences of citizens of the 
city and county," 1875-1948, in various 
parts of the world. [4321 

George L. Collie & Robert K. Richard- 
son. A "conversation" of A. Bronson 
Alcott. Wis. mag. hist., 32: 85-88 (Sep). 
Excerpt from a journal of Theodore Ly- 
man Wright and notice from the Beloit 
weekly free press, relating to an appear- 
ance of Amos Bronson Alcott at Beloit, 
Apr. 15, 1881. [4322 

D. O. Thompson & W. H. Glover. A 

pioneer adventure in agricultural exten- 
sion: a contribution from the Wisconsin 
Cut-Over. Agric. hist., 22: 124-128 (Apr), 
notes. On "the first instance of a com- 
munity organization of agricultural in- 
struction," at Athens, Wis., Jul. 6, 1905. 

[4323 

F. L. Dornbrook. Developments in 
burning pulverized coal: thirty-year re- 
view of experience in Milwaukee plants 
[1917-48]. Mech. engineering, 70: 967-974 
(Dec), diagrs., views, notes. [4324 

Edward A. McGrath. In memory of 
the Very Reverend Peter A. Brooks, 
s. J. [1893-1948]. Marquette law rev., 32: 
85-86 (Sep), port. On Father Brooks as 
Rector and President of Marquette 
University, 1944-48. [4325 

MINNESOTA 

Statewide History 

Floyd E. Perkins & Dudley Shattuck 
Brainard. Minnesota: its geography, 
history, and government [1656-1948]. 
Boston: AUyn and Bacon, 1948. vi, 164 p. 
fascims., maps, views. [4326 

Minnesota. Governor's Interracial Com- 
mission. Race relations in Minnesota: 
reports of the Commission. St. Paul, 
1948. 4 pts. in 1 v. diagrs., maps, 
bibliogs., notes. Contents. — The Negro 
worker in Minnesota . . . March 10, 
1945 [1825-1945]. [4], 57 p.— The 
Negro and his home. — The Indian in 
Minnesota . . . April 1. 1947 [1803- 
1947). 80 p. bibliog. (p. 78-80), notes. 
The Mexican in Minnesota . . . August 
15, 1948 [ca. 1917-1948]. 64 p. [4327 



261 



Glenn Hanson, ed. The frontier holiday: 
being a collection of writings by Minne- 
sota pioneers who recorded their divers 
ways of observing Christmas, Thanks- 
giving, and New Year's. St. Paul: North 
Central Pub. Co., 1948. 46 p. views. 
From newspapers and mss., 1805-72. 

[4328 

F. Paul Prucha. The settler and the 
Army in frontier Minnesota [1819-1870]. 
Minn, hist., 29: 231-246 (Sep), notes. 

[4329 

Merrill E. Jarchow. "King wheat." 
Minn, hist., 29: 1-28 (Mar). view. 
On wheat raising in Minnesota, 1820-99. 

[4330 

J. A. Donery. Forest resources of Min- 
nesota [ca. 1835-1948]. Am. forests, 54: 
26-28, 44 (Jan), table, views. [4331 

History of medicine in Minnesota [ca. 
1850-ca. 1900]. Minn, med., 31: 66-75, 
165-171, 276-287, 386-393, 511-517, 
663-670, 796-804, 898-904, 1005-1011, 
1111-1117, 1222-1228, 1337-1345 (Jan- 
Dec), notes. Cont. and to be cont. 
These installments: Notes on the history 
of medicine in Fillmore County prior to 
1900, by Nora H. Guthrey. — A history 
of medicine in Scott and Carver Counties 
[anonymous]. — Notes on the history of 
medicine in Cottonwood County [by] 
L. L. Sogge, M. D. — Notes on medicine 
in Freeborn County, 1857-1900 [by] 
Andrew GuUixson, m. d. [4332 

James H. Goodhue. James M. Good- 
hue's Minnesota. Edited by Mary W. 
Berthel. Minn, hist., 29: 193-222 (Sep), 
facsim., views, notes. Reprinted from 
the Minnesota pioneer (St. Paul), Apr. 8, 
1852. "A hasty sketch of Minnesota," 
by the editor of the Pioneer. [4333 

Sister M. Teresa. Polish settlements in 
Minnesota, 1860-1900. Polish Am. stud., 
5: 65-73 (Jul- Dec), notes. [4334 

Local History 

Grace Lee Nute. The Picture Rock of 
Crooked Lake. Minn, hist., 29: 130-136 
(Jun). music, col. view. On descriptions 
of the rock, 1789-1823. [4335 



John M. CuUigan. Practice of medicine 
in Ramsey County [1847-1948]. Minn, 
med., 31: 862-866, 911 (Aug), notes. 

[4336 

Clara (Hill) Lindley. James J. and 
Mary T. Hill: an unfinished chronicle by 
their daughter. N. Y.: North River 
Press [1948. 2], 135 p. On the author's 
Minnesota ancestry, 1850-78, the settle- 
ment of James Jerome Hill and Mary 
Theresa (Mehegan) Hill in St. Paul, and 
traditions of early Minnesota. [4337 

Nora H. Guthrey. Notes on the history 
of medicine in Fillmore County prior to 
1900 [1852-1900. n. p., 1948.] 179 p. 
bibliog. (p. 177-179). Reprinted from 
Minn, med.. Mar. 1946-Mar. 1948. 
"Biographical sketches" (p. 37-177). 
Deals in part with Houston County and 
other counties adjacent to Fillmore 
County. [4338 

George F. Fuller. Fort Snelling and 
Minnesota Territory. Edited by Bertha 
L. Heilbron. Minn, hist., 29: 316-320 
(Dec). views. notes. Letter from 
Fuller, civil engineer, to his wife, dated 
Fort Snelhng, May 30, 1853. [4339 

Margaret Irene Snyder. The chosen 
valley: the story of a pioneer town. 
N. Y.: W. W. Norton [1948]. 376 p. 
History of Chatfield, Minn., 1853-98, 
with some reference to subsequent events. 

[4340 

Jane Gay Fuller. Bridging the Missis- 
sippi. Edited by Bertha L. Heilbron. 
Minn, hist., 29: 29-35 (Mar). view, 
notes. Letter "From our correspondent 
of the Far West," Evening mirror N. Y)., 
Feb. 16, 1855, dated St. Paul, Jan. 30, 
1855, on the opening of the suspension 
bridge at St. Anthony. [4341 

Rodney C. Loehr. Jason C. Easton, 
territorial banker. Minn, hist., 29: 223- 
230 (Sep), notes. On Easton as a banker 
at Chatfield, Minn., 1856-58. [4342 

James M. L. Cooley. Ninety years of 
Shattuck School. P. E. Church, Hist, 
mag., 17: 251-273 (Sep), views, notes. 
On a school founded at Faribault, Minn., 
1858. [4343 



262 



Harold A. Ronnenberg. America's 
greatest mass execution. Am. mercury, 
67: 565-571 (Nov). On the execution of 
thirty-eight Sioux Indians at Mankato, 
Dec. 26, 1862, after the massacre of 
about five hundred white persons in 
Minnesota. [4344 

Wallace K. Hermes, ed. Non-Catholic 
regard for Archbishop Ireland. Am. 
Cath. Hist. Soc, Rec, 59: 190-194 (Sep). 
Letter to John Ireland from 32 prominent 
non-Catholic gentlemen of St. Paul, Dec. 
21, 1875, congratulating him on his ap- 
pointment as Coadjutor-Bishop of St. 
Paul, and his reply, Dec. 22, both re- 
printed from Northwestern chronicle (St. 
Paul), Dec. 25, 1875. [4345 

Stewart Hall Holbrook. The bank the 
James Boys didn't rob. Am. mercury, 
66: 25-28 (Jan). Incident at Northfield, 
Minn., Sep. 7, 1876. [4346 

Roy Swanson. A Swedish immigrant 
folk figure: Ola Varmlanning. Minn, 
hist., 29: 105-113 (Jun). view, notes. 
On "a half-legendary big Swede who be- 
came a prominent folk figure among the 
Swedish working classes in Minnesota 
and the Northwest," believed to have 
flourished in the Twin Cities in the 
1880s and the 1890s, and a Swedish 
pamphlet, Ola Varmlanning (St. Paul: 
Capitol Publishing Co. [ca. 1910]). 

[4347 

Theodore C. Bl^gen. The saga of Saga 
Hill. Minn, hist., 29: 289-299 (Dec). 
map. Reminiscences of Saga Hill, a 
summer colony on Lake Minnetonka, 
1885-94. [4348 

Lucy Wilder. The Mayo Clinic [1889- 
1947]. . N. Y.: Harcourt, Brace [1948, 
"1942. 6], [8] p. maps, port. First 
published 1936. [4349 

James Eckman. Osier in Minnesota: 
his interest in medical education and 
licensure. Minn, med., 31: 776-787 
(Jul), port., view, notes. Visit of Sir 
WiUiam Osier to Minnesota, Oct. 4-5, 
1892. ' [4350 

Harold T. Hagg. The Beltrami County 
logging frontier. Minn, hist., 29: 137-149 
(Jun). notes. Logging in the vicinity of 
Bemidji, 1892-1905. [4351 



Philip Dillon Jordan. Minnesota's ode 
to the almighty dollar. South, folklore 
quar., 12: 181-183 (Sep). Text of "Al- 
mighty dollar," an ironical invocation 
reprinted from the Hibbing sentinel, 
Sep. 29, 1894. [4352 

James O'Shaughnessy. The frontier's 
last "war." -4m. Leg. mag., 45 (no. 5): 
26, 50 (Nov). Indian war in Minnesota, 
1898. [4353 

Claude J. Ehrenberg. Jennings Craw- 
ford Litzenberg [1870-1948]: an apprecia- 
tion. Minn, med., 31: 1360-1364 (Dec), 
port. On Dr. Litzenberg in Minnesota 
medicine, 1899-1948. [4354 

IOWA 

Statewide History 

Leola Nelson Bergmann. The Negro 
in Iowa [1833-1947]. la. jour, hist., 
46: 3-90 (Jan), notes. [4355 

W. R. C. Kendrick. Historical data of 
the Iowa bar. Ann. la., 29: 454-467 
(Oct). On the legal profession in Iowa, 
1834-47, with an account of the Iowa 
State Law Library, originally established 
as part of the Iowa State Library in 1847. 

[4356 

Jean B. Kern. Warden and warrior- 
Pah' ?Mpses«, 29: 182-192 (Jun). On the 
career of Edwin Guthrie (1806-47) in 
Iowa as justice of the peace, warden of 
the Iowa Penitentiary, and Captain, Co. 
K, 15th U. S. Infantry Regt., 1835-47. 

[4357 

Robert Lucas. Palim-psest, 29: 1-32 
(Jan), port., views. On Lucas (1781- 
1853) in Iowa politics, 1838-53. Con- 
tents. — Robert Lucas [by] William J. 
Petersen.— Iowa in the days of Lucas 
[by] John C. Parish. — Plum Grove [coun- 
try home of Lucas, by] Jacob A. Swisher. 

[4358 

John Plumbe. Sketches of Iowa and 
Wisconsin. Reprint. Iowa City: State 
Historical Society of Iowa, 1948. xvii, 
103, [3] p. fold, map, port. First pub- 
lished 1839. Introduction signed: Wil- 
liam J. Petersen. Consists largely of 
excerpts from recent descriptions of Iowa, 



263 



designed to attract settlers. The second 
part of the work, on Wisconsin, was not 
published. [4359 

Henry G. Felsen. The State of Iowa. 
Am. mercury, 66: 454-461 (Apr). On the 
character of Iowa, with incidental histor- 
ical references, 1846-1948. [4360 

Donald WajTie. "Best State in the 
land." Holiday, 4 (no. 2): 53-59, 108-110 
(Aug), ports., views (part col.). De- 
scription of Iowa with occasional histor- 
ical references, 1846-1948. [4361 

Ben Hur Wilson. The geode beds of 
Iowa. Palimpsest, 29: 145-154 (May). 
History and description of geodes in Iowa, 
1847 to date. [4362 

Katherine V. Bates. Old South Hall. 
Palimpsest, 29: 97-110 (Apr). views. 
On a building of the University of Iowa, 
constructed 1858 and burned 1901. 

[4363 

Frontier fear of the Indians. Ann. la., 
29: 315-322 (Apr). On the Iowa Frontier 
Guard, commanded by Capt. H. B. 
Martin, Feb. 1858-Feb. 1859, with ex- 
cerpts from reports of Captain Martin, 
dated at Spirit Lake. [4364 

Lowery Le Roy Cowperthwaite. Fo- 

rensics at the State University, 1860- 
1924. la. jour, hist., 46: 266-295 (Jul), 
notes. [4365 

George T. Ness, Jr. Iowa's early West 
Pointers. Ann. la., 29: 397-399 (Jul). 
On the military careers of Satterlee Clark 
Plummer, John Mitchell Johnson, and 
Abram Epperson Wood, 1861-94. [4366 

J. C. Pryor & D. C. Nolan. The Iowa 
State Commerce Commission [1878--1947]. 
la. law rev., 33: 308-324 (Jan), notes. 
Contents. — -Functions and procedure re- 
lating to railroads [by] J. C. Pryor. — 
Functions and procedure in motor carrier 
cases [by] D. C. Nolan. [4367 

Incarceration of the mentally ill in Iowa 
[1882-1947]. la. law rev., 33: 390-406 
(Jan), notes. [4368 

Emory H. English. Evolution in Iowa 
voting practices [1892-1924]. Ann. la., 
29: 249-289 (Apr), port. [4369 



Presidents in Iowa [1898-1948]. Palimp- 
sest, 29: 289-316 (Oct), views. Con- 
tents. — McKinley in Iowa [by] Mildred 
Throne. — Teddy Roosevelt in Iowa [by] 
Frederic C. Smith. — Taft in Iowa [by] 
Jacob A. Swisher. — Wilson in Iowa [by] 
Jean B. Kern. [4370 

George M. Titus. The battle for bi- 
ennial elections. Ann. la., 29: 163-175 
(Jan), port. Reminiscences of the 
change from annual to biennial elections 
in Iowa, 1899-1904. [4371 

Fred E. Haynes. Friend of the Friend- 
less. Palimpsest, 29: 214-224 (Jul). On 
the Iowa Society for the Friendless, for 
men and women released from penal in- 
stitutions, under the superintendency of 
the Rev. Charles Parsons, 1909-48. 

[4372 

The Department of Banking. la. law 
rev., 33: 377-390 (Jan), notes. On the 
functions and procedure of the Iowa 
Department of Banking, 1917-47. [4373 

Bryce Ryan. A study in technological 
diffusion. Rural social., 13: 273-285 
(Sep), diagr., maps, notes. On the 
distribution of hybrid seed corn in Iowa, 
1930-42. [4374 

Local History 

Lyda Belthuis. The lumber industry in 
eastern Iowa [1833-1947]. la. jour, hist., 

46: 115-155 (Apr), notes. [4375 

• 

J[acob] A. Swisher. Chief Waubonsie. 
Palimpsest, 29: 353-361 (Dec), port. On 
a Potawatomi chief (ca. 1765-ca. 1848), 
who lived on a reservation in Iowa from 
1833 till his death. [4376 

James C. Taylor, Jr. Ottumwa, one 
hundred years a city, 1848-1948. [Ot- 
tumwa, la.] "=1948. 77 p. facsims., col. 
map, ports., views. [4377 

B. L. Wick. Pioneers of the Norway 
community. Ann. la., 29: 366-378 (Jul). 
Reminiscences of Norway, Benton Co., 
la., ca. 1850-1944. [4378 

Maud Branson Stratton. Herbert 
Hoover's home town: the story of West 
Branch [ca. 1851-1948. West Branch, 
la.] 1948. 175 p. facsims., ports., views. 

[4379 



261 



Leona J. Bohach. Settlement of St. 
Ansgar: a miniature melting pot. la. 
jour, hist., 46: 296-315 (Jul), notes. On 
St. Ansgar Twp., Mitchell Co., la., 
1852-83. [4380 

Luella Margaret Wright. Leonard 
Brown [1837-1914]: poet and populist. 
la. jour, hist., 46: 227-265 (Jul), notes. 
On the residence of Brown in Des Moines 
(1853-1914) as teacher, "poet of the prai- 
ries," historian, pamphleteer, and advo- 
cate of "radical socialism." [4381 

[Melissa OrvisP] Letter from Iowa. 
Palimpsest, 29: 121-126 (Apr). Letter to 
the author's son, dated Janesville, Bremer 
Co., la., Jun. [1854], containing family 
news and details of pioneer life. [4382 

Jacob A. Swisher. An Adams in Iowa. 
Palimpsest, 29: 39-48 (Feb). On Austin 
Adams (1826-90) as a lawyer, judge, and 
civic and cultural leader in Dubuque, 
1854^90. [4383 

Jesse J. Fishbum. Octagon Place. 
Palimpsest, 29: 33-38 (Feb), view. On 
a house at Muscatine, la., built by Samuel 
Sinnett in 1855 and sold at auction in 1934. 

[4384 

Gertrude Hilmer. An apostle of free 
education. Palimpsest, 29: 49-63 (Feb). 
On Christopher Columbus Nestlerode 
(1824-1900), "the Apostle of Free Educa- 
tion," and his work in the Tipton Union 
School (Cedar Co., la.) and as an Iowa 
educational leader and pioneer, 1856-62. 

[4385 

Loren Taylor. The Colesburg Pottery. 
Palimpsest, 29: 65-75 (Mar), view. On 
a pottery estabhshment at Colesburg, 
la., 1858-1916. [4386 

Thomas E. Tweito. A destined land. 
Palimpsest, 29: 155-160 (May). Quotes 
extracts from the Sioux City eagle, 1858, 
relating to lands in Woodbury Co., la. 

[4387 

Etta May Lacey Crowdei*. Pioneer life 
in Palo Alto County. [Edited by Mrs. 
Walker Moore Alderton.] la. jour, hist., 
46: 156-198 (Apr). Reminiscences, 1861- 
82, written between 1930 and 1932. 

[4388 



Mary Culbertson Ludwig. A man and 

his garden. Palimpsest, 29: 204-213 (Jul), 
port., view. On Eugene Secor (1841- 
1919), and his horticultural and agricul- 
tural work at Forest City, la., 1862-1919. 

[4389 

Mary Culbertson Ludwig. Namer of 
towns. Palimpsest, 29: 161-173 (Jun). 
On John Insley Blair (1802-99), of Blairs- 
town, N. J., as an organizer of railroads 
in Iowa, 1862 S. [4390 

Charles E. Snyder. Army camp and 
orphans home. Ann. la., 29: 307-314 
(Apr). On Camp Roberts, afterwards 
renamed Camp Kinsman and trans- 
formed into the Iowa Soldiers' Orphans 
Home, at Davenport, 1863-76, with ac- 
counts of Gen. B. S. Roberts, Col. William 
H. Kinsman, and Mrs. Anna Witten- 
meyer. [43 91 

Benjamin H. Qavitt. Eighty years in 
Iowa. Edited and arranged [by Alfred 
Thomas] De Groot. [Los Angeles] 1948. 
[2,] 191, [4] p. Reminiscences of Iowa, 
1864-1944. [4392 

Mary Culbertson Ludwig. Take a let- 
ter. Palimpsest, 29: 87-96 (Mar). On 
dictation, shorthand, and typing in Iowa 
City, 1865-1948. [4393 

Waldo W. Braden. The YM A of Mount 
Pleasant. Palimpsest, 29: 76-86 (Mar). 
On the Young Men's Association, Mt. 
Pleasant, la., 1866-70. [4394 

Thomas Isaiah Stoner. In my time. 
Des Moines: Advertisers Press, 1948. 
201 p. ports., views. Reminiscences of 
an interior decorator in Des Moines (born 
1868). [4395 

Jacob A. Swisher. Samuel Mercer Clark 
[1841-1900]. Palimpsest, 29: 111-120 
(Apr). On Clark as editor of the Keokuk 
Gate City, 1868-1900. [4396 

Mildred Throne, ed. Letters from 
Taylor County, 1868-1880. la. jour, 
hist., 46: 378-402 (Oct). Letters received 
by Stephen H. Griffith, Somerset Co., 
Pa., from Austin S. Houck, Edwin Houck, 
Jesse Evans, Daniel Undervrood, and E. 
T. Smith, relating to Iowa lands owned 
by Griffith. [4397 



265 



Henry W. Wright. Iowa — as I knew it. 
Ann. la., 29: 379-396 (Jul). Reminis- 
cences of boyhood on a farm in O'Brien 
Co., 1868-ca. 1890. [4398 

Lois A. Mcintosh. Biography of a 
church. Palimpsest, 29: 129-144 (May), 
view. History of the Mamrelund Con- 
gregation (Lutheran Augustana Synod) at 
Stanton, la., 1870-1944. [4399 

W. F. Main. Mason City in retrospect. 
Palimpsest, 29: 362-372 (Dec). Reminis- 
cences of Mason City, la., 1871-1947. 

[4400 

Hoover in Iowa. Palimpsest, 29: 225-256 
(Aug), ports., views. Contents. — Boy- 
hood in Iowa, by Herbert Clark Hoover 
[address delivered Nov. 10, 1947, at West 
Branch, la., where he was born in 1874]. — 
Bert Hoover, by Jacob A. Swisher. — The 
Hoover Birthplace, by Jacob A. Swisher. 

[4401 

Lawrence Oakley Cheever. The House 
of Morrell. Cedar Rapids, la.: Torch 
Press, 1948. xi, 303 p. ports., views. 
On the firm of John Morrell & Co., meat 
packers (founded in England 1827), at 
Ottumwa, la., 1877-1946. [4402 

B. L. Wick. Early Cedar Rapids Swedish 
churches [1885 ff.]. Ann. la., 29: 468-472 
(Oct). [4403 

NORTH DAKOTA 

Meriwether Lewis & William Clark. 

Lewis and Clark in North Dakota: the 
original manuscript journals and the text 
of the Biddle edition during the time the 
expedition remained in North Dakota 
[1804-06]. With explanatory notes by 
Russell Reid. Bismarck, N. D., 1947-48. 
[6], 359 p. fold, maps, ports, views, 
notes. Reprinted from N. D. hist., v. 
14-15. [4404 

Chris Vickers. Denig of Fort Union. 
N. D. hist., 15: 134-143 (Apr), ports., 
view. notes. On Edwin Thompson 
Denig (1812-58) as a trader and ethnol- 
ogist in North Dakota, 1833-54, with a 
copy of his will, dated Sep. 12, 1856. 

[4406 



Dakota. Month at Goodspeed' s, 19: 251- 
253 (May). facsim. Describes eight 
issues, Jul. 13-Oct. 12, 1865, of the 
Frontier scout, edited at Fort Rice, Morton 
Co., N. D., by Capt. E. G. Adams. 

[4406 

Thomas Franklin Roberts. Pioneer 
life in western Dakota. [Edited by Rus- 
sell R