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HARVARD COLLEGE 
LIBRARY 




GIFT OF THE 

GOVERNMENT 
OF THE UNITED STATES 



LIBRAEY OF OONGRESS 

COPYBieHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 

51BT CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 566, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1 

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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 

618T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, 

CUTS AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 1 



July 5, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOTERNMEMT PSINTINO OFFICB 
1906 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS;. GHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS; -PINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; sabarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To saye space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in mil, would read. ♦'Copyright by W. H. Clark, Holbrook, Ariz. Class P, XXc, 
no. 42792, June 4, 1906; 2 copies received May 25, 1906." 



Clark (W. H.), Holbrook, 
Ariz. 
Eagles nest. ( F 42792, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
May 25, 1906. ) 56578 

Petrified log. (F 42789, June 4, 1906. ) 

56579 

Petrified tree. (F 42790, June 4, 1906.) 

56580 

Petrified tree encased in rock. ( F 42791, 
June 4, 1906.) 56581 

Sphinx head. (F 42788, June 4, 1906. ) 

56582 

2 0. each May 14, 1906. 

Ely, Boynton & Ely, Detroit, 

Mich. 

Are you a fan. (F 43000, June 11, 1906. ) 

56588 

If pleasure interferes with your business, 

give up your business. (F 42998, June 

11,1906.) 56584 

Teddy. (F 43001, June 11, 1906.) 56585 

What do you know about that? (F 
42999, June 11, 1906.) 56586 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 

Hirt (C. J. ), Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Bub He's always to blame. (F 43023, 
June 11, 1906.) 56587 

Everything comes to him who waits ( F 
43024, June 11, 1906.) 56588 

Little Abe Com Cob. His own victim. 
(F 43026, June 11, 1906. ) 56589 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 

Little Abe Corncob — was caught with the 

foods. (F 43121, June 16, 1906; 2 c. 
une 16, 1906. ) 56590 

Prince Errant. Haha becomes a lady 
charmer. (F 43022, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56691 

St-St-Sturing Sa-Sa-Samy. (F 43120, 
June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 

56592 



Hirt (C. J. ), Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Uncle Greorge Washington Bings. (F 
43028, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 56598 

Wags the dog that adopted a man. (F 
43027, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 56594 

(F 43117, June 17, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906.) 56595 

Willie Cute and the water cure. (F 
43025, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 56596 

Life publishing company. 
New York N. Y. 
Ghost of John Alden. (F 43005, June 
11,1906.) 56597 

Going to school. (F 43003, June 11, 
1906. ) 56598 

Hurry call. (F 43006, June 11, 1906.) 

56599 

Love at first sight. (F 43002, June 11, 
1906. ) 56600 

New light on an old subject. (F 43008, 
June 11, 1906. ) 56601 

Oh, Jack, the engineer didn't hear you 
toot. (F43007, June 11, 1906.) 56602 

Passing of the horse. (F 43011, June 11, 
1906. ) 56603 

Talking on the pilot. (F 42997, June 11, 
1906. ) 56604 

Valley of unrest. (F 43010, June 11, 
1906. ) 56605 

When Greek meets Greek. (F 43009, 
June 11, 1906.) 56606 

When his love grew cold. (F 43012, June 
11,1906.) 56607 

When the gasoline auto passes by. (F 
43004, June 11, 1906.) 56608 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 

3 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTBIES 



New York evening telegram 
( New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N.J. 
Book taught Bilkins. (F 42927, June 9, 
1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 56609 

(F 43039, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 

12, 1906.) 56610 

Dream of the Rarebit fiend. (F 42909, 
June 8, 1 906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 5661 1 

(F 43030, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 

11, 1906.) 56612 

(F 43105, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906.) 56618 

(F 34136, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906. ) 56614 

Merry Ha! Ha! The Indian kid. (F 
42872, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 

56615 

(F 42908, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 

1906. ) 66616 

(F 42928, June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 

1906.) 56617 

(F 43052, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 

13, 1906.) 56618 

(F 43106, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906. ) 56619 

Monkey shines of Marseleen. (F 42870, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 56620 

(F 43029, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 

11, 1906. ) 56621 

(F 43086, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 

15, 1906.) 56622 

(F 43135, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906.) 56628 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 42871, June 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 56624 

(F 43051, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 

13, 1906. ) 56625 

New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Buster Brown. (F 42889, June 7, 1906; 
2 c. June 11, 1906.) 56626 

(F 43084, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906. ) 56627 

Feminine fancies. ( F 42885, June 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 56628 

(F 43081, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906.) 56629 

Little Nemo in Slumber land. ( F 42890, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

56630 

(F 43085, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 

18,1906.) 56631 

Little Sammy Sneeze. (F 42888, June 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 56682 

(F. 43080, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906. ) 56688 

Terrors of the tiny tads. ( F 42886, June 
7, 1906; 2 c, June 11, 1906.) 56684 



New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Terrors of the tiny tads. ( F 43082, June 
15, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56685 

Wish twins & Aladdin's lamp. ( F 42887, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 56686 

( F 43083, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 

18, 1906. ) 56687 

Sheahan (M. T.), Brook- 

line I^ass 

Baby. (F 42964, June 11, 1906.) 56688 

Don't butt in. ( F 42982, June 11, 1906. ) 

56689 

Don't grunt, do your stunt. ( F 42965, 

June 11, 1906.) 56640 

For the blues. ( F 42963, June 1 1 , 1906. ) 

56641 
Get busy. (F 42974, June 11, 1906.) 

56642 
God keep you. ( F 42985, June 1 1 , 1906. ) 

56648 
House blessing. (F42977, June 11, 1906. ) 

56644 
How iar that little candle throws its 
beams. (F 42986, June 11, 1906.) 

56645 

Inner side of every cloud. (F 42966, 

June 11, 1906.). 56646 

Just for today. (F 42967, June 11, 1906. ) 

56647 

Life's lessons. ( F 42975, June 11, 1906. ) 

56648 

Love be true to her. (F 42972, June 11, 
1906. ) 56649 

Maid's ideal. (F 42984, June 11, 1906. ) 

56650 

Mills of the Gods. (F 42968, June 11, 

1906.) 56651 

heart be tender and true. (F 42979, 
June 11, 1906.) 56652 

Plan your work. (F 42976, June 11, 
1906. ) 56658 

Push along with a song. (F 42981, June 
11,1906.) 56654 

Temperance. (F 42978, June 11, 1906.) 

56655 

They most live. (F 42971, June 11, 
1906. ) 56656 

Thou must thyself be true. (F 42973, 
June 11, 1906.) 66657 

What are we here for. ( F 42962, June 
11,1906.) 66668 

What is the secret of success. (F 42969, 
June 11, 1906.) 66659 

Woman for me. (F 42983, June 11, 1906. ) 

56660 

Words better left unsaid. ( F 42980, June 
11,1906.) 66661 

World is a ball. (F 42970, June 11, 1906. ) 

66662 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 



N.8., V. 1, NO. 1, PT.4] 0HBOMO8 AND LITHOGRAPHB 



Wood (Otis F.), New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Education of Master Tommy Pip. (F 
43019, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

56663 

(F 43113, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906. ) 56664 

Herr Spiegleburger undt der ghoet choke. 
(F 43020, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 56665 

Herr Spiegleburger und some unlucky 
bisness. (F 43115, June 16, 1906; 2 c. 
June 16, 1906. ) 56666 

House of mirth. (F43016, June 11, 1906; 
2 c.June 11, 1906. ) 56667 

(F 43112, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906.) 56668 



Wood (Otis F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Mister Stepliveley. (F 43017, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 56669 

Mose introduces Simon to his twin 
brother. (F 43021, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. ) 56670 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 43015, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

56671 

(F 43109, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906. ) 56678 

Simon Sim Pie: It was easy pie. (F 
43114, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 56678 

Teasers: Bobby takes water again. (F 
43018, Junell, 1906; 2 c. June 11,1906.) 

56674 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 5,882 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreyiated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by L. C. Apt, New York, N. Y. Class G, XXc, no. 
13S50, June 14, 1906; 2 copies received June 14, 1906." 



Apt(L. C), New York, N.Y. 
American lady. (G 13350, June 14, 1906. ) 

56675 
Jockey girl. (G 13351, Jane 14, 1906.) 

56676 
2 c. each June 14, 1906. 

Eddy (Roberto.), Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 
Pm on the home stretch. (G 13310, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 56677 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Ballet girl. (G 13356. June is, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 56678 

Dolly. (G 13307, June 6, 1906; 2 c. June 
6, 1906. ) 56679 

Dorothy. (G 13308, June 6, 1906; 2 c. 
June 6, 1906.) 56680 

Gossip. (G 13355, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 56681 

In fancy dress. (G 13305, June 6, 1906; 
2 c. June 6, 1906. ) 56682 

Shining light. (G 13306, June 6, 1906; 
2 c. June 6, 1906.) 56683 

International ne ws company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Cover design for Strand magazine July, 
1906. (G 13354, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 56684 



Lasley ( Edward B. ), Monroe 
City, Mo. 
House, Birthplace of Mark Twain. (G 
13371, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 

56685 

Lassiter (David A.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Meet me at the Jamestown exposition. 
(G 13349, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 56686 

Meek company, Coshocton, 

Ohio. 

Kicking bull. (G 13376, June 18, 1906. ) 

56687 



Zell. (G 13375, June 18, 1906. ) 
2 c. each June 18, 1906. 



56688 



Mountain Lake Park Associ- 
ation, Mountain Lake 
Park, Md. 
Birds eye view of Mountain Lake Park, 
Md. (G 13377, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56689 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
Jesus ascends into heaven. 23J by 26i. 
(G 13370, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 56690 



6 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Jesus before Caiaphas. 23^ by 26^ (6 
13352, June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 
1906.) 56691 

Jesus on the cross. 23i by 26} ( G 13353, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906.) 

56692 



Proyidence lithograph com- 
pany, E*rovidence, R. I. 
Jesus risen from the dead. 23i by 26} 
(G 13369, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906. ) 56698 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,899 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by B. W. Kilbum, Littleton, N. H. Class H, XXc, 
no. 79148, June 8, 1906; 2 copies received June 8, 1906." 



Kilburn (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 
After the earthquake and fire San Fran- 
cisco, no. 16859. (H 79148, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56694 

Afternoon on Market street after the 
greatearthquake. no. 16844. (H 79133, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56695 
Afternoon on Market street, just before 
the earthquake, no. 1 6880. ( H 79367, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 

56696 

All in ruins but Old Glory still waves 
above the desolation San Francisco, 
no. 16847. (H 79136, June 8, 1906; 2 
c. June 8, 1906. ) 66697 

Amid the gray and blackened waste 
San Francisco, no. 16852. (H 79141, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

56698 

Bird's eye view of San Francisco from 
Nob Hill. no. 16850. (H 79139, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56699 

Sutter street after the great earth- 



quake, no. 16875. (H 79164, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56700 

Van Ness avenue, San Francisco. 



no. 16874. (H 79163, June 8, 1906; 2 
c. June 8, 1906.) 56701 

Black trail of ruin and desolation San 
Francisco, no. 16869. (H 79158, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56702 

California street looking west San Fran- 
cisco, no. 16882. (H 79369, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 58708 

Chinese Christian church and the Fair- 
mount hotel, San Francisco, no. 16897. 
(H 79754, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56704 



Kilbum (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 
Chronicle, the Call, and the Mutual Sav- 
ings bank San Francisco, no. 16890. 
(H 79747, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906. ) 56705 

City hall reduced to ruins great earth- 
quake San Francisco, no. 16866. (H 
79145, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

56706 

City prison and hall of justice great 
earthquake, no. 16893. (H 79750, 
June 10, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

56707 

Commercial centre, showing the Call 
building San Francisco, Cal. no. 
16883. (H 79370, June 13, 1906; 2 c. 
June 13, 1906. ) 56708 

Constant stream of homeless citizens 
great earthquake San Francisco, no. 
16849. (H 79138, June 8, 1906; 2 c. 
June 8, 1896.) 56709 

Cracks and depressions after the great 
earthquake, San Francisco, no. 16885. 
(H 79742, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56710 

Crossby building and melted safes, great 
earthquake, San Francisco, no. 16888. 
(H 79745, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56711 

Destroyed city from Telegraph hill great 
earthquake, San Francisco, no. 16898. 
(H 79755, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 56712 

Emporium a total wreck great earthquake 
San Francisco, no. 16867. (fl 79156, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56718 

Examiner and Call buildings greatearth- 
quake San Francisco, no. 16863. (H 
79152, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1896.) 

56714 



N. 8., V. 1, NO. 1, PT. 4] 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



Kilbum (B. W.), Littleton, 

N. H. 

Fringe of hooseB along the city limits that 

escaped ruin San Francisco, no. 16877. 

(H 79166, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 

1906.) 56715 

Great Flood building after the earthquake 
interior a total wreck, no. 16864. 
(H 79153, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906.) 56716 

Great Palace hotel after the earthquake 
and fire San Francisco, no. 16860. ( H 

79149, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56717 

Great skeletons of the Grand and Palace 

hotels San Francisco, no. 16861. (H 

79150, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56718 

Hall of records great earthquake San 

Francisco, no. 16866. ( H 79155, June 

8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56719 

In the banking quarters, Montgomery 
street, San Francisco, no. 168^. ( H 
79743, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906. ) 56780 

Interior of the Emporium San Francisco, 
no. 16868. (H 79157, June 8, 1906; 
2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56721 

Jewelry district, great earthquake, San 
Francisco, no. 16887. (H 79744, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 56722 

Looking toward Tel^raph hill from the 
St. Francis hotel, San Francisco, no. 
16899. (H 79756, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56728 

Looking toward Union Square from Nob 
Hill San Francisco, no. 16851. (H 
79140, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56724 

Lower Market street after the earthquake 
and fire. no. 16845. (H 79134, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 66725 

Main front of the City hall, just before 
the earthquake, San Francisco, no. 
16878. (H 79365, June 13, 1906; 2 c. 
June 13, 1906. ) 56726 

Majestic sky scrapers, the pride of San 
Francisco, no. 16879. (H 79366, June 
13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 56727 

Market street, looking east, San Fran- 
cisco, no. 16881. (H 79368, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906. ) 56728 

Merchants' exchange and Mutual life 
buildings, San Francisco, no. 16891. 
(H 79748, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906. ) 56729 

Monatonock sky-scraper and Palace hotel, 
San Francisco, no. 16862. (H 79151, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56780 

Native sons monument, corner of Mason 
and Market sts., San Francisco, no. 
16896. (H 79753, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 66781 



Kilbum (B. W.), Littleton, 
N. H. 
Nob Hill and Fairmonnt hotel, San Fran- 
cisco, no. 16854. (H 79143, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56782 

Once magnificent City hall after the earth- 
quake, San Francisco, no. 16846. (H 
79135, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

56788 

Opium-den lane, great earthquake, San 
Francisco, no. 16895. ( H 79752, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 58784 

Pacific union club, great earthquake San 
Francisco, no. 16876. ( H 79165, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56785 

Palace hotel and Call buildings great 
earthquake San Francisco, no. 16848. 
(H 79137, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906. ) 56786 

Palace hotel, where the fire started, San 
Francisco, no. 16884. ( H 79741 , June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 56787 

Peaceful homes rocked like a cradle by 
the earthquake, no. 16873. (H 79162, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56788 

Powell, Mason, Tailor, Stockton, Dupont, 
Kearney and Montgomery streets, San 
Francisco, no. 16894. ( H 79751 , June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 66789 

Pride of the Pacific coast, laid desolate 
San Francisco, no. 16892. (H 79749, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

56740 

Raggeii fragments of costly structures 
San Francisco, no. 16858. (H 79147, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56741 

Ruin and desolation on every hand San 
Francisco, no. 16853. ( H 79142, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 56742 

Shattered hopes great earthquake San 
Francisco, no. 16871. (H 79160, June 
8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56748 

Tottering walls of costly mercantile struc- 
tures San Francisco, no. 16855. (H 
79144, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

56744 

Twisted and wrecked by the earthquake 
San Francisco, no. 16872. (H 79161, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

66745 

Union square and St. Francis hotel San 

Francisco, no. 16865. (H 79154, June 

8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 56746 

» 

Upper Market street from the Hamilton 
notel, San Francisco, no. 16809. (H 
79746, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

66747 

What an earthquake can do for a modern 
city San Francisco, no. 16857. (H 
79146, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906. ) 56748 



8 



CATALOGUE OV OOPTRIOHT ENTRIES 



Kilborn (B. W. ), Littleton, 

N. H. 

Why modem skyscrapers were tossed 

like a ship at sea. San Francisco, no. 

16843. (H 79132, June 8, 1906; 2 c. 

Junes, 1906.) 56749 

Wrecked and ruined by the great earth- 
Quake and fire. no. 16870. ( H 79159, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 190(5. ) 

66750 
Tnderwood and Underwood, 
New York N. Y. 
IT 32502. (H 79716, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56751 

U 79032. (H 79717, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56752 

r 80048. (H 79718, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56753 

U 80049. (H 79719, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56754 

U 80808. (H 79720, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56755 

U 80968. (H 79427, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 56756 

U 8901 7-2. ( H 79038, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56757 

U 89303. (H 79039, June 7, 1906; 2 c, 
June 7, 1906. ) 56758 

U 89304. (H 79040, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56759 

U 90476. (H 79721, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56760 

U 90479. (H 79167, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56761 

U 90498. (H 79722, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56762 

U 90499. (H 79723, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56763 

U 90500. (H 79724, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56764 

U 90501. (H 79725, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56765 

U 90502. (H 79726, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56766 

U 90507. (H 79727, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56767 

U 90959. (H 79041, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56768 

U 91567. (H 79168, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56769 

U 91567-2. ( H 79169, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. ) 56770 

U 91570. (H 79170, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56771 

U 91573. (H 79171, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56772 

U 91578. (H 79172, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56773 

U 91585. (H 79173, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56774 



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Underwood and Underwood, 
New York N. Y. 
91588. (H 79174, Jtme 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Jane 11, 1906.) 56775 

91588-2. ( H 79175, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Jane 11, 1906. ) 56776 

91593. (H 79176, Jane 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Jane 11, 1906.) 56777 

91593-2. { H 79177, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56778 

91596. (H 79178, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56779 

91601. (H 79179, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56780 

91691-2. ( H 79180, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56781 

91603. (H 79181, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 5678S 

91603-2. ( H 79182, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56788 

91608. (H 79183, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906. ) 56784 

91611. (H 79184, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56786 

91614. (H 79185, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56786 

91614-2. (H 79186, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56787 

91620. (H 79188, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 58788 

91620-2. (H 79189, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56789 

91617. (H 79187, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56790 

91621. (H 79190, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56791 

91658. (H 79728, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 66792 

91665. (H 79428, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 66798 

91678. (H 79012, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 66794 

91682. (H 79043, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 66795 

91682-2. (H 79044, Jane 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906.) 66796 

91682-3. ( H 79045, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 66797 

91682-4. (H 79046, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906.) 66798 

91697. (H 79429, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 66799 

91698. (H 79430, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 66800 

91701. (H 79431, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 66801 

91705. (H 79047, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 66802 



N. S., V. 1, NO. 1, PT. 4] 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



9 



Underwood and Underwood, 
New York N. Y. 
U 91705-2. ^(H 79048,' JuneV, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906.) 56803 

U 91705-3. (H 79049, June 7, 19Ui; 2 c 
June 7, 1906.) 56804 

U 91705-4. (H 79033, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56806 

U 91712. (H 79034, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56806 

U 91712-2. (H 79035, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7,1906.) 66807 

U 91716. (H 79197, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 66808 

U 91717. (H 79198, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56809 

U 91718. (H 79199, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56810 

U 91718-2. ( H 79200, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56811 

U 91721. (H 79201, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11,1906.) 56812 

U 91721-2. (H 79202, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11,1906.) 56813 

U 91729. (H 79191, June 11, 1906; 2 v. 
June 11, 1906.) 56814 

U 91729-2. (H 79192, June 11. 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56815 

U 91730. (H 79193, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56816 

i: 91730-2. (H 79194, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56817 

U 91732. (H 79195, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 66818 

U 91733. (H 79196, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56819 

U 91735. (H 79203, June 11, 1906: 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56820 

U 91735-2. ( H 79204, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56821 

U 91758. (H 79036, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56822 

U 91 758-2. { H 79205, June 1 1 , 1 906 ; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 68823 

U 91765. (H 79037, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 56824 

U 91770. (H 79432, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 56826 

U 91785. (H 79206, June 11, 1906; 2 c. 
June 11, 1906.) 56828 

U 91797. (H 79433, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 56827 

U 91799. ( H 79434, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15,1906.) 58828 

U 91843. (H 79729, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56829 

U 91848. (H 79435, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 56830 

25907— PT 4—07 2 



Underwood and Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
U 91852. (H 79730, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Juno 19, 1906.) 66831 

r «H854. (H 79436, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 58832 

U 91855. (H 79731, June 19, liK)6; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56833 

U 91863. (H 79732, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 56834 

r 91H63-2. ( H 797:^:^, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56835 

V 92150. (11 79734, June 19, 1«06; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 56836 

U 92159. (H 79735, June 19, 1906; 2 o. 
June 19, 1906.) 56887 

r 92171. (H 79736, June 19, UK)6; 2 r. 
June 19, 1906.) 56838 

White (H. C. ) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Ainu men and women Y^ezo, Japan. 4010. 
(H 79527, June 18, 190(); 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 66839 

Ainu men the aborigines of Japan. 4007. 
( II 79537, June IS. 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
\9m.) 56840 

Among the curicnis old pine trees of Mio- 
no-matpu-bara, Japan. 4039. (H 78623, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 66841 

Among the innumerable old stone lan- 
terns at the temple of Kasuga, Nara, 
Japan. 4055. (H 79530, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66842 

Ancient pagoda, Nara, Japan. 4061 . ( H 

78886, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 

56843 

Approaching storm. Lake Motuso, Japan. 

4043. (H 78626, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 

June 4, 1906.) 56844 

At the chrysanthemum show Tokio, Ja- 
pan. 4030. (H 79526, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56846 

At the stepping stones Tamadare water- 
fall, Japan. 4044. (H 78627, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 56846 

Awful rains of the magnificent city hall, 
San Francisco disaster. 8728. (H 

78887, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 

56847 

Blue bird's nest in a summer squash. 

6276. (H 78612, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 

June 4, 1906.) 66848 

Busy street corner in thriving Winnipeg, 
Canada. 9473. (H 79787, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56849 

By one of the lantern hung colonades 
ancient Kasuga temple Nara, Japan. 
4059. (H 79521, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56860 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
California et., to Fairmount hotel, San 
Francisco disaster. 8722 (H 79780, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

56851 

Call bldg. and U. S. savings bank trolley 

caught in wreck 3rd st. San Francisco 

disaster. 8726 (H 78615, June 4, 

1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 66862 

Distributing clothes to the destitute, San 
Francisco disaster. 8732 (H 78617, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 66853 

Dufferin terrace. Chateau Frontenac, Que- 
bec, Canada. 9411. (H 79781, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 66864 

Dwarf like Ainu women and children, 
Japan. 4008 ( H 79775, June 21 , 1 906 ; 
2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56865 

Famous road by the Takasegawa Japan. 
4066. ( H 78632, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 
4,1906.) 56856 

Feeding the gentle deer in the old park 
at Nara, Japan. 4053. ( H 79531 , June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56867 

Fifteen hundred chrysanthemums show 
Tokio, Japan. 4029. ( H 79533, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66858 

Fighting a disastrous fire, Lake st., Chi- 
cago. 207. (H 79772, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906. ) 56869 

Fine old cryptomeria avenue, Nikko, 
Japan 3911. (H 79514, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56860 

Fishing with cormorants. 4051. (H 
79515, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56861 

Fort Mason where thousands of destitute 
sufferers found relief San Francisco 
disaster 8730 ( H 78616, June 4, 1906; 
2 c. June 4, 1906.) 56862 

Fujiyama and Lake Hakone from Ten 
Province pass, Japan. 4036 ( H 78620, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 66863 

Fujiyama the great sacred mountain, 
Japan. 4037 (H 78621, June 4, 1906; 
2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 56864 

Gamman ga Fuchi the long row of stone 
Buddhas Nikko, Japan. 4001. (H 
79541, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56865 

Geisha girls out for an airing Nara, Japan 
4057 (H 78629, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
June 4, 1906. ) 56866 

General view of the wharves, Montreal, 
Canada 9443. (H 79783, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 56867 

Going through the Canadian locks Sault 
St. Marie, Ontario. 9463. (H 79785, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

56868 



White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Gorgeous interior of the superb Foun- 
der's Hall, Minobu, Japan. 4047 (H 
79518, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 56869 

Great cactus 15 ft. high and its fruit, 
prickly pear, California. 764. (H 
79773, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 56870 

Great crater of Aso San. 4064. (H 79539, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56871 

Great stone Torii main entrance to the 
temples Nikko, Japan. 4005. (H 
79523, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56872 

Hanging bridge over the Fuji river near 
Minobu, Japan. 4048. (H 79528, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56873 

Interested listeners an American phono- 
graph in the park, Tokio, Japan. 4025. 
(H 78619, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 
1906.) 56874 

Japanese ladies travelling in Kagos Nikko, 
Japan. 4004. ( H 79512, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 56875 

Kegon waterfall Nikko, the loveliest in 
Japan. 4002 ( H 79532, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56876 

Laee-like Kirifuri waterfall, Nikko. 
Japan. 4003 ( H 79529, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56877 

Little daughters of a Japanese gentleman, 
Tokio, Japan. 4035. (H 79520, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56878 

Looking north over the busy harbour of 
Hakodate, Japan. 4006. (H 79774, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

56879 

Love letter among the chrysanthemums 
Tokio. Japan. 4031. (H 79519, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 56880 

Main st., a busy thoroughfare in Winni- 
peg, Canada. 9472. (H 79786, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 56881 

Many hands make light work, Tokio, 
Japan. 4032. (H 79576, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66882 

Market street, the business centre, after 
terrible earthquake, San Francisco. 
8720. (H 79779, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906. ) 56883 

Montreal from Notre Dame cathedral 
Canada. 9449. (H 79542, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. 56884 

Montreal the metropolis of Canada S. E. 
from Mount Royal. 9444. (H 79513, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66885 



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PHOTOGBAPH8 



11 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Nagoya castle a maasive stronghold of the 
feudal age, Japan. 4050. (H 79511, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

56886 
New Astor hotel and 20 story Times build- 
ing, New York. 45 (H 79770, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 66887 

New PostoflBce building, Chicago. 211. 
(H 78611, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 
1906. ) 66888 

Newberry's terrace and Vishu's temple 
east from O^NeilPs Ft. Grand Can von, 
Ariz. 12214. ( H 79536, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 66889 

Off for a moonlight sail on the lovely St. 
Lawrence, Canada. 9440. (H 79534, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 

66890 

Old Buddhist temple of Ni Gwatsu Do, 
Nara, Japan. 4058 (H 78884, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 66891 

On a great lakes' steamer crossing L<ake 
Huron passing freighters, Canada 
9462. (H 79784, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906. ) 66898 

One of the many picturesque roads 
through the rice fields of Mio-no-matsu- 
bara, Japan. 4041 (H 78625, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 6689S 

One of Tokio's many canals looking from 
Nihonbashi, Japan. 4027. (H 79776, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

66894 

Overlooking Kearney st., San Francisco 
disaster. 8718 (H 78613, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 56896 

Palatial Flood residence. Nob Hill, San 
Francisco disaster. 8724 (H 78614, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 

66896 
Passing away a dull hour Geisha girls 
dancing, Japan. 4018 (H 79510, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

66897 

Peasant woman weaving material for 

her own clothing Japan. 4063 (H 

78631, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 

66898 

Peasant woman heading rice with steel 

combs in the fields, Japan. 4040 (H 

78624, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 

66899 

Peering into the awful crater of the A so 

San, Japan. 4065 (H 78630, June 4, 

1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 66900 

Picturesque Japan circular bridge, Tokio, 
Japan. 4019. ( H 78618, June 4, 1906 ; 
2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 66901 



White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Pigeons flying at the great gate of Zen- 

koji temple, Nagano, Japan. 4062 

(11 79778, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906. ) 66902 

Primitive method of building a bridge 
across the palace moat, Tokio, Japan. 
4033 (H 79777, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 66908 

Pueblo Indian woman firing pottery 
Isleta, New Mexico. 12278 ( H 78633, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 56904 

Rooms en suite in a Japanese house. 
4068. (H 79538, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 56805 

Soldiers drilling by the pagoda of the 
Mori temple Tokio, Japan. 4034. (H 
79540, June 18, 1906, 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 56906 

Sorting and packing daikon the Japanese 
radishes. 4049. (H 78628, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 56907 

Springtime in lovely Japan, Tokio, Japan. 
4024. (H 79524, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56908 

Statue of Washington, New York. 47. 
(H 79771, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 56909 

Stupendous cloud capped Fuji, Japan. 
4038 (H 78622, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
June 4, 1906.) 56910 

Tame deer resting, Nara Park, Japan. 
4060 (H 78885, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
June 4, 1906.) 66911 

Theatre st., during celebration of fall of 
Port Arthur, Tokio, Japan. 4028 (H 
79517, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906. ) 66912 

Under the cherry blossoms, Tokio, Japan. 
4023. (H 79525, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 56918 

Valencia st., which sunk four feet, San 
Francisco. 8729 (H 78888, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. Jmie 4, 1906.) 66914 

View west from Ferry tower San Fran- 
cisco disaster. 9721. (H 79535, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66916 

Waiting for the incoming surf. Island of 
Yezo, Japan. 4018. (H 79522, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 66916 

Wharves, St. Lawrence River and Pt. 
Levis, Quebec, Canada. 9413. (H 
79782, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

66017 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 9,184 



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CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

(Jnder this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and nuKlels or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors, subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus, the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Barnes-Crosby company, Chicago, 111. Class 
I, XXc, no. 18283, June 11, 1906; 1 photograph received June 11, 1906." 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing of head and shoulders of 
man, profile view. He wears a turn 
down collar, four in hand tie and Pan- 
ama hat. (1 18283, June 11, 1906. ) 

56918 

of lady standing behind a table face 



full profile view body three quarter 
front view. (I 18288, June 11, 1906. ) 

56919 
of lady standing nearly front view. 



She wears a union suit. (1 18286, June 
11,1906.) 56920 

showing bathing beach and several 



young ladies in the water. (I 18289, 
June 11, 1906.) 56921 

— showing four ladies dressed in out- i 
ing costume standing in a row. (1 18284, 
June 11, 1906.) 56922 

showing four ladies in a row three 



standing and one seated. (I 18291, 
June 11, 1906.) 66928 

— showing heads of four ladies. These 
are arranged in a horizontal row and 
the fourth is directly below the one at 
the right. (I 18285, June 11, 1906. ) 

56924 
showing interior of a bay window of 



a dwelling. Drapery is withdrawn at 
either side. (1 18290, June 11, 1906.) 

56925 

— showing a man standing front view 
wuth one hand in his trousers pocket 
and the other resting on his hip. (I 
18280, June 11, 1906.) 56926 

showing a man seated on a rock. 



He wears a striped outing suit, oxford 
shoes and Panama hat. (I 18281, June 
11,1906.) 56927 

— showing man wearing a checked 
sack suit standing front view. (I 
18282, June 11, 1906.) 56928 

showing three little girls seated on 



a wide bench. Two of them hold 
shoes in their hands. (I 18287, June 
11, 1906.) 56929 

1 photo, each June 11, 1906. 

Beach (H. D.) company, 
Coshocton, Ohio. 
It touches the spot. Old man with gray 
hair holding in his left hand a glass, 
with his right hand spread out over his 
chest. ( 1 1 8309, June 16, 1906 ; 1 photo. 
June 16, 1906.) 56930 



Collier (P. F.) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 
Snake charmer. Youn^ woman in a short 
spangled net gown, with spangles in her 
hair. She is smoking a cigarette. (I 

18297, June 12, 1906; 1 photo. June 12, 
1906.) 56981 

Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co., 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Building plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 150 

ton, 4 sections, iron frame railway 

track scale. (I 18263, June 9, 1906; 1 

photo. June 9, 1906.) 56982 

Detail plan. Drawing of a 42 ft. 150 ton, 
4 sections iron frame railway track 
scale, No. 12-29-05 F. sheet 3, drawer 
10, style 1. (I 18274, June 11, 1906; 1 
photo. June 11, 1906.) 56933 

First detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
150 ton, 4 sections iron frame railwav 
track scale. (I 18264, June 9, 1906; 1 
photo. June 9, 1906.) 56984 

Second building plan. Drawing of a 46 
ft. 150 tons, 4 sections iron frame rail- 
wav track scale. (I 18265, June 9, 
1906; 1 photo. June 9, 1906.) 56985 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, Eng- 
land. 
Peace. Drawing, an African sunset in a 
solitary place with a lioness and her 
cub drinking at the edge of a large 
sheet of water. (I 18272, June 11, 
1906; 1 photo. June 11, 1906.) 56936 

(jrunn (William James), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Moonlight serenade. A house in the 
upper right hand corner and a barn in 
the upper left hand corner. The lower 
part of the design is a staff of music. 
(1 18299, June 13, 1906; 1 photo. June 
13, 1906.) 56987 

Hunter arms company, Ful- 
ton, N. Y. 
PoinU^r. Standing figure of a pointerdog 
in the attitude of expectancy, surround- 
ings indicating the edge of the woods, 
(I 18296, June 12, 1906; 1 photo. June 
12, 1907.) 66988 

Jameson ( Samil la Love ) , 
Detroit, Mich. 
Satisfied mariner. The picture reveals 
individual of age witn heavy eye- 
brows, long grey beard, ruddy com- 
plexion and wearing a slouch hat. (I 

18298, June 13, 1906; 1 photo. June 13, 
1906. ) 66989 



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Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
One touch of nature Scene in the coun- 
try with two lovers seated on a bench, 
and on the other side of the fence an 
equally amorous pair of donkeys are 
looking over most knowingly. (I 
18300, June 13, 1906; 1 photo. June 
13, 1906. ) 66940 

Meliodon (Jules A.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Major P. A. Collins' bust; head turned a 
little towards its right side, cut out a 
little under the shoulders. (I 18266, 
June 9, 1906; 1 photo. June 9, 1906.) 

66941 
Northwestern yeast com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Little magician Figure wearing long 
tunic and sash with turban on head, 
both hands raised and his right bearing 
a magic wand. ( 1 18295, June 12, 1906; 
1 photo. June 12, 1906.) 66942 

Parrish ( Mr. Lulie Kirby- ) , 
Nashville, Tenn. 
Gen. R. E. Lee on Traveler at Lexington, 
Va., 1868. Life size oil painting on 
tapestry the dimensions being 9 by lOJ 
ft. (I 18292, June 11, 1906; 1 photo. 
May 28, 1906.) 66943 

Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Gothic main altar. A base over which is 
a table having four pillars and a rec- 
tangular central panel with a represen- 
tation of a lamb. 20020. (1 18278, 
June 11, 1906.) 66944 

Table resting upon a step with b 

central panel of the last supper with 
rectangular ornamentations around it. 
20021. (1 18279, June 11, 1906.) 66946 

Roman altar. Table resting on a base 
and having four pillars, each pillar 
composed of two pillars with a rec- 
tangular panel at its top. 10689. (I 
18276, June 11, 1906.) 66946 



Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Romanesque altar. Table resting upon 
three steps, the centre of the table hav- 
ing a semi circular panel in which is 
the representation of a lamb. ( 1 18273, 
June 11, 1906.) 66947 

Romanesque stall. It is placed on a plat- 
form having an ornamental back and a 
platform resting upon two rectangular 
side panels. 1 1 100. (1 18277, June 11, 
1906. ) 66948 

1 photo, each June 11, 1906. 

Remington arms company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Modern sportsman. Gentleman sports- 
man dressed in complete suit of duck, 
high boots, holding in his hands a 
single-barreled repeating shot gun. ( I 
18294, June 12, 1906; 1 photo. June 12, 
1906. ) 66949 

Rhead (Louis), New York, 
N. Y. 
Having his picture took. Little girl in 
white dress and cap holding skye ter- 
rier. At right is boy in white waist 
watching the dog. (1 18308, June 15, 
1906; 1 photo. June 15, 1906.) 66960 

Wagrez (J.), Paris, France. 
M61e de Venise. Scene in Venice. The 
palaces around the m61e extend from 
left to right. Gondolas are plying on 
the water. (I 18275, June 11, 19(»6; 
1 photo. June 11, 1906.) 66961 

Wiles (Irving R.), New 
York, N. Y. 
President Roosevelt. Painting 39 by 68 
inches. Is shown about life size and 
to a little below the knees. He stands 
resting his left hand on chair. ( 1 18293, 
June 12, 1906; 1 photo. June 12, 1906.) 

66962 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 1,976 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
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PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, 

CUTS AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 2 

July 12, 1906 



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ENGRAVINGS, CUT'S, ANCi PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; PHOTOGRAPHS;-FINE ARTS 



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS, cuts, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Hector Alliot, Ixw Angeles, Cal. Cla.s8 F, XXc, 
no. 43302, June 25, 1906; 2 copies received June 25, 1906." 



Alliot ( Hector), Los Angeles, 
Cal. 
B. P. 0. E. Tablet. (F 43302, June 25, 
1906.) 58212 

Eagles' corner stone. ( F 43301, June 25, 
1906.) 58218 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Art color company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
You may expect me. (F 43133, Juue 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 58214 

Beach (Harrv L. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Get the hook, (f' 42869, Mav 31, 1906; 
2 c. June 7, 1906. ) ' 58215 

Bellman association, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Goodby Dolly. ( F 43103, June 16, 1906. ) 

58216 

Nobody loves me. (F 43102, June 16, 

1906.) 58217 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 

Benziger brothers, New 
York, N. Y. 
Our Lord and blessed sacrament. ( F 
43310, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 
1906.) 58218 

Bowles (Joseph B. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adventures of Pecks bad boy. Pa's por- 
trait smokes a cigar. (F 43307, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 68219 

Clark (J. L.), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
Pike centennial souvenir. ( F 43141 , June 
16, 1906; 2 c. May 1, 1906.) 58220 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Glass of milk by the way. (F 43424, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 

58221 



Cotton journal publishing 
company, Atlanta, Ga. 
Where he receives his crop information. 
(F 42996, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 
1906.) 58222 

Craycroft (J. H.), Fresno, 
Cal. 
Small California watermelon. (F 43140, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 

58223 
Currier (Amos), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
(-itizens camping on Jefferson square, 
San Francisco, Cal. (F 43050, June 
13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 58224 

Davenport (Frank W. ), 

Providence, R. I. 

Human figure, combined with a corner 

of a scroll rolled partly over. (F 

43037, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 

1906.) 58225 

Dawson salts and water co. , 
Dawson Spring.-^, Ky. 
Fishing at mouth of Piney, Dawson 
Springs, Ky . No. 408. ( F 43090, June 
16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 58226 

Fishing on Trade water river, Dawson 
Springs, Ky. No. 410. ( F 43088, May 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 58227 

Frozen river, Dawson Springs, Ky. No. 

• 409. (F 43091, May 28, 1906; 2 c. June 

16, 1906.) 58228 

New centurv hotel, Dawson Springs, Kv. 
(F 43087,* May 28, 1906; 2 c. May 28, 
1906. ) 58229 

Standing rock, Dawson Springs, Ky. No. 
413. (F 43089, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 
16, 1906.) 58230 

Derber ( Frederick) , Chicago, 
111. 
And they call that guy a pitcher. (F 
43069, June 14, 1906. ) 58231 

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^oe?tz (Ludwig E.), New 
n York, N. Y. 

^m. no. 1 1 91. ( F 42920, June 9, 1906. ) 

«aUion. no. 1189. ( F 42918, June 9, 
. ^906.^ 68273 

— no. 1193. (F 42922, June 9, 1906.) 

., 58274 

^'"•ange tree. no. 1188. (F 42917, June 

^' 1906. ) 68276 

— ^0. 1194. (F 42923, June 9, 1906.) 

Vo 58276 

'7^ and daisy, no. 1196. (F 42925, 

'''^116 9,1906.) 58277 

^ c. each June 9, 1906. 

Goodrich ( E. I^ B. ), Central 
Falls, R. 1. 
lauiber Daggett house, showing old- 
fashioned high post bedstead. (F 
**2842, June 6, 1906. ) 68278 

^-*ft Parlor Daggett house, showing clock 

01 Samuel Slater's. (F 42843, June 6, 
1906.) 68279 

^u parlor Daggett house, showing look- 
ing glass of Samuel Slater' s. ( F 42844, 
J^ne 6, 1906. ) 68280 

0\d Kikhen Daggett house. (F 42841, 
June 6, 1906.) 58281 

Parlor in Daggett house, showing photo- 
graph of Gov. Dorr. ( F 42845, June 6, 
1906.) 58282 

2 c. each June 6, 1906. 

Gastin(E. W.) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Virginia, morning. (F 42926, June 9, 
1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906. ) 68288 

Hamilton drug store, Auburn, 
N. Y. 
Return of the Wheelers from Spanish- 
American war. ( F 42992, June 1 , 1906 ; 

2 c. June 11, 1906.) 58284 

Harris (Joel Chandler) , At- 
TT 1 n ^^rit9i,j Ga. 

iSSj o ^^ stories. { F 431 16, June 16, 
lvH)b; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 58286 

Hechtman (John F. ), Globe, 

^^9 o^'t^^^o^^- (F 43395, June 28, 1906; 
2 c. May 26, 1906.) 58286 

Heintze (Hermann), Ohi- 

41197 i,,il ?i ^ "» Wnghtwood. (J* 
43127, June 18, 1906; 2 c. lune 18, 1906. ) 

98287 

"ertz (Morris), New York, 
Debutante af <-k ^* Y. 
43256. Ma;\t?9S.f°"^^'°"«8il 



Hertz (Morris), New^ York, 
N. Y. 
On the wav to the riding school. (F 
43255, May 16, 1906. ) 68289 

2 c. each May 16, 1906. 

Hooper (H. S. ), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Panoramic view of San Francisco fire, 
from twin Peaks. (F 42826, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 58290 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York, N. Y. 
Evolution of the engagement ring. (F 
42424, May 24, 1906; 2 v. June 7, 1906. ) 

68291 

Gol darn that city feller! (F 42930, June 

9, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 68292 

Keeping company. (F 42929, June 9, 
1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 68298 

Shadows; or the call that was called off. 
(F 42423, Mav 24, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 
1906. ) ' 68294 

Lake Torpedo boat com- 
pany, Washington, 
D. C. 
Trial run of new submarine Lake at 
Newport News. (F 42868, June 6, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 68295 

Lasley ( Edward B.) , Monroe 
City, Mo. 
Six horses. (F 43099, June 16, 1906; 2 c. 
June 7, 1906. ) 68296 

Lee (James) co., Chicago, 111. 
San Fran(;isco disaster by earthquake and 
fire. (F 42847, June 6, 1906; 2 c. June 
6, 1906. ) 58297 

Levering (Arthur Rollin), 
East Northfield, Mass. 
Panoramic view of Connecticut valley, K. 
Northfield, Mass. (F 43303, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 58298 

MacDonald (J.), Bingham- 
ton, N. Y. 
Combination of prominent personages. 
(F 42592, Mav 31, 1906; 2 c. May 21, 
1906. ) 68299 

McDougall (Walt), Atlantic 
City, N. J. 
Mr. Makepeace forget«(. ( F 43267, June 
22, 1906.) 68300 

Mr. Makepeace. He starts a whole string 
of troubles. ( F 43264, June 22, 1906. ) 

58801 

Oh! Mr. Makepe^ace can do a little cross- 
country riding. (F 43266, June 22, 
1906. ) 58802 

On land or sea Mr. Makepeace finds work 
to do. (F 43265, June 22, 1906. ) 5830S 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 



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PART 4 s 

ENGRAVINGS, 

CUTS AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 2 



July 12, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOTERNMENT PBINTINO OFFICE 
1906 



20 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 
Cat and the dachshunds. ( F 42773, June 
4, 1906; 1 c. June 2, 1906: 1 v. June 12, 
1906.) 58887 

How the student got some Bock beer. 
(F 42772, June 4, 1906; 1 c. June 4, 
1906; 1 c. June 12, 1906. ) 68888 

Karl and Fritz and their wiener wurst 
snakes. (F 42304, May 21, 1906; 1 c. 
May 21, 1906; 1 c. June 7, 1906. ) 68389 

Karl and Fritz plav a joke on the pompous 
General. (F 42689, June 2, 1906; 1 c. 
June 2, 1906; 1 c. June 12, 1906.) 68390 

Pie mouth comes to the rescue of the Kin- 
der-kids. (F 42301, May 21, 1906; 1 c. 
May 21, 1906; 1 c. June 7, 1906.) 68391 

Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
Peasant boy. (F 43360, June 26, 1906.) 

68392 



Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Peasant girl. ( F 43359, June 26, 1906. ) 

68393 
2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Character and letter bill. No. 9568. ( F 

42904, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

68394 

Webber (George C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Comparisons. Progression vs. retro- 
gression. (F 43160, June 21, 1906; 2 
c. June 21, 1906, ) 68896 

Whitehead & Hoag co., 
Newark, N. J. 
Anxious mother. (F 43250, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 68896 

Carmina, (F 43131, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 68897 

Helen. (F 43132, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 68398 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 6,619 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after eacli title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by George H. Allen, Clinton. N. Y. Class G. 
XXc, no. 13452, June 25, 1906; 2 copies received June 25, 1906." 



Allen (George H.), Clinton, 
N. Y. 
Eruption of Vesuvius, 1906. (G 13452, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

68399 

Fowler (Thaddeus M. ) , Mor- 
risville. Pa. 
Birds eye view of Cumberland, Md. (G 
13294, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 

68400 
Gray Lithograph company. 
New York N. Y. 
Christmas holly. (G 13401, June 19, 
1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 68401 

Surbrug company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Arabian smoker. (G 13434, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 68402 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

3 zoological garden scenes, no. 9570. 

(G 13378, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906. ) 68403 



Whitehead &Hoagco., New- 
ark N. J. 
Cherries ripe. (g'i3455, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 58404 

Williams (Frank W.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Arabs. (G 13416, June 21, 1906. 68405 

Argument. (G 13417, June 21, 1906.) 

58406 
Bayou. (G13422; June 21, 1906.) 68407 

Bull fight. (G 13412, June 21, 1906.) 

68408 

Cherry blossoms. (G 13425, June 21, 
1906. ) 68409 

Coquette. (G 13410, June 21, 1906. 68410 

Country life. (G 13430, June 21, 1906.) 

68411 

Dairy maid. (G 13413, June 21, 1906. ) 

68412 

Danish mill. (G 13420, June 21, 1906.) 

68418 
Dawn. (G 13415, June 21, 1906. ) 68414 



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PHOTOGRAPHS 



91 



Williams (Frank W.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Early morn. (G 13423, June 21, 1906.) 

68416 
Eveningglow. (G 13427, June 21, 1906. ) 

68416 
Fair Japan. (G 13408, June 21, 1906.) 

68417 
Fishermen. (G 13426, June 21, 1906.) 

68418 
Grand canal (G 13406, June 21, 1906.) 

68419 
Harvesting. (G 13421, June 21, 1906.) 

68420 
In sunny Italy. ( G 13404, June 21 , 1906. ) 

68421 
Japanese coast. (G 13403, June 21, 1906. ) 

68422 
Life savers. (G 13402, June 21, 1906. ) 

68428 

Luscious fruit. (G 13411 , June 21, 1906. ) 

68424 



WilUams (Frank W.). Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Mill stream. ( G 13409, June 21, 1906. ) 

68426 
Return. (G 13407, June 21, 1906.) 

68426 
River Ems. (G 13419, June 21, 1906.) 

68427 
Sultana. (G 13428, June 21, 1906. ) 

68428 
Sunny woods. (G 13429, June 21, 1906.) 

68429 
Trumps. (G 13424, June 21, 1906. ) 

68480 

Valley farm. (G 13414, June 21, 1906. ) 

68481 

Venetian traders. (G 13405, June 21, 
1906. ) 68482 

Wine and roses. G 13418, June 21, 1906. ) 

68488 

2 c. each June 21, 1906. 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,484 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

ArraDf2:ed alphabetically by proprietors; Hubarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: " Copyright by American mutoscope & biograph co., New York, 
N. Y. Class H, XXc, no. 77049, May 9, 1906; 2 copies received May 9, 1906." 



American mutoscope & bio- 
graph CO., New York, N. Y. 
Arrival of emigrants, Ellis Island. (H 
77049, May 9, 1906; 2 c. May 9, 1906.) 

58434 
College girl's affair of honor. (H 79737, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

58435 

Eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. (H 76577, 

May 2, 1906; 2 c. May 2, 1906. ) 58436 

Free show on the beach. ( H 78530, June 
1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906.) 58487 

Human apes from the Orient. ( H 77050, 
May 9, 1906; 2 c. May 9, 1906.) 58438 

John Paul Jones ceremonies. (H 76576, 
May 2, 1906; 2 c. May 2, 1906. ) 58439 

Logging in Maine. ( H 79740, June 19, 
1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 58440 

Maneuvering a small motor boat. (H 
78533, June 1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906.) 

58441 

Physical culture lesson. (H 78531, June 
1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906.) 58442 

Play ball on the beach. (H 78529, June 
1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906. ) 58443 

San Francisco disaster. 3168. (H 77924, 
May 19, 1906; 2 c. May 19, 1906.) 

58444 

25911— PT 4, NO 2—07 2 



American mutoscope & bio- 
graph CO., New York, N. Y. 
Scenes in San Francisco. 3171. (H 77925, 
May 19, 1906; 2 c. May 19, 1906.) 

58445 

no. 3172. (H 77926, May 19, 1906; 

2 c. May 19, 1906. ) 58446 

Skidoo brothers, 23. (H 78534, June 1, 
1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906. ) 58447 

Society ballooning, Pittsfield, Mass. (H 
76605, May 3, 1906; 2 c. May 3, 1906.) 

58448 

Subpoena server. (H 75965, Apr. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Apr. 24, 1906.) 58449 

They meet on the mat. (H 79738, June 
19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 58450 

Trip on the Catekill Mt. ry. (H 77051, 
May 9, 1906; 2 c. May 9, 1906. 58451 

Views in San Francisco. 3173. (H 
77927, May 19, 1906; 2 c. May 19, 1906. ) 

58452 

White fox motor boat. (H 78532, June 
1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906. ) 58453 

Ammen (Charles), New Or- 
leans, La. 
Koiner. (H 79908, June 28, 1906; 2 c. 
June 28, 1906. ) 58454 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



AnargjTos (S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Cowboy girl. (H 79461, June 16, 1906; 
2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 58456 

Anderson (Algot), St. Paul, 

Minn. 

Sw. Ev. Luth. Minn. Konferensens pas- 

torer of Aug. Sy. N. 1906. (H 79859, 

June 26, 1906; 1 c. June 8, 1906; 1 c. 

June 25, 1906. ) 58456 

Beck (Charles R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Cunningham Falls. (H 79590, June 19, 
1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 58457 

Borglum (Gutzon), New 
York, N. Y. 
Soldier of Marathon. (H 78917, June 5, 
1906; 2 c. June 5, 1906.) 58458 

Bowman (Wm. E.), Ottawa, 
111. 
First joint debate of Lincoln and Douglas 
August 21, 1858. (H 79581, June 6, 
1906; 2 c. May 24, 1906.) 58459 

Brodesser (C. J.), Milwau- 
kee W^is 
Kortz (Rev. P. B.*) nos. 1. to 3. (H 
79889-79891, June 22, 1906; 1 c. each 
June 9, 1906; 1 c. each June 22, 1906.) 

58460-58462 

Brouse (Joseph L.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Fourth ward school, Lincoln, 111. (H 
79108, June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 

58463 

Brunner (Arthur J.), Oak- 
land, Cal. 
Frisco fire. (H 79106, June 8, 1906; 1 c. 
June 8, 1906; 1 c. May 1, 1906. ) 58464 

Buck (George V.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Air ship— nos. 1 and 2. ( H 79813-79814, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 

58465-58466 

Burdick ( Ed. N. ) , Westerly, 

Clarks thread mill no. 32. (H 79362, 
June 13, 1906. ) 58467 

Deans mills, nos .25, 26, 27. (H 79349- 
79351, June 13, 1906. ) 58468-58470 

Wequetequock. nos. 28, 29, 30, 31. (H 
79353-79366, June 13, 1906.) 

58471-58474 
2 c. each June 13, 1906. 

Campbell (Hugh Stuart), 
Chicago, 111. 
Study in black and white. (H 79490, 
June 16, 1906.) 68475 

Sepia. (H 79491, June 16, 1906.) 

58476 
2 c. each June 16, 1906. 



Case & Draper, Juneau, 
Alaska. 
All Same sisters from Hoonah. ( H 79578, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

58477 

Good type of a Thlmget girl. ( H 79577, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 

58478 

Hoonah maidens. (H 79580, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 58479 

Jaorge-sha-wut. (H 79828, June23, 1906; 
2 c. June 23, 1906.) 58480 

Sitka, Alaska. (H 79573, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 58481 

Snow-shoe girl ( Slagun ) . ( H 79829, June 
23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 58482 

Street scene, Seward, Alaska. (H 79579, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 

58483 

Suspension bridge and tunnel head of 
Placer canyon. (H 79574, June 18,1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 58484 

Thlinget women. (H 79576, June 18, 
1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 58485 

Thlinget woman from Hoonah. (H 
79575, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 

58486 

Chickering (Elmer), Boston, 
Mass. 
Christian Science church, Boston, Mass. 
11x14. (H 79292, June 11, 1906.) 

58487 

Vincent club ladies at new Harvard med- 
ical school buildings. Group no. 1, 
(H 79277, June 11, 1906. ) 58488 

Group no. 2. (H 79278, June 11, 

1906. ) 58489 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 

Chilson (Bert D. ), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Donohue fountain and San Francisco 
ruins. (H 79466, June 16, 1906. ) 

58490 

Garden and mission of Dolores San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (H 79464, June 16, 1906.) 

58491 

Ruins of Grace church, San Francisco. 
(H 79463, June 16, 1906.) 58492 

Ruins of San Francisco city hall from 
earthquake. ( H 79467, June 16, 1906. ) 

58493 

San Francisco Merchants exchange build- 
ing after fire. (H 79465, June 16, 
1906.) 58494 

Spires and arches of St. John the Evan- 
gelist church. (H 79462, June 16, 
1906. ) 58495 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 



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PHOTOGRAPH8 



23 



Coane (R. W. & F. W.), 

Sword of '61. (H 79498, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 58496 

Coo vert (John Colvin) , Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 
Fraternity of Ojjeratives Millers of Amer- 
ica. (H 79403, June 14, 1906; 2 c. 
June 14, 1906. ) 58497 

Fraternity of Operative Millers of Amer- 
ica. Hotel Gayoso, Memphis. (H 
79279, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 58498 

Crandall & Maher, Duluth, 
Minn. 
Aerial bridge. Duluth. ( H 79588, June 
7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 58499 

Bringing in the Mataafa. no. 40. (H 
79801, June 6, 1906; 2 c. June 6, 1906.) 

58500 

Canal and Aerial bridge. (H 79589, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 58501 

Friends in need. (H 79587, June 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 58502 

Pumping out the Mataafa. (H 79586, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 58508 

Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
American citizen. (H 78979, June 6, 
1906.). 58504 

Pink rose. (H 78978. June 6, 1906.) 

58505 

2 c. each June 6, 1906. 

Davey (Frank), San Jose, 
Cal. 
Congress Springp, lower. (H 79409, June 
15,1906.) 58506 

upper. (H 79408, June 15, 1906. ) 

58507 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Canyon vista at Grand view, Arizona. 
019251. (H 79113, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
June 9, 1906. ) 58508 

East batterv, Charleston, S. C. 010986. 
(H 79404,' June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 
1906.) 58509 

Grand canyon of Arizona from Grand 
view hotel. 019254. (H 79116, June 
9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) ^ 58510 

■ — from in front of Grand View hotel. 
019250. (H 79112, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
June 9, 1906.) 58511 

" — from near bridge at Grand view. 
019249. (H 79111, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
June 9, 1906.) 58512 

from the head of Grand view trail. 

019248. (H 79110, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
June 9, 1906.) 58513 



Detroitjpublishins company, 
Detroit, ^lich. 
(iran<l can von of Arizona from the Out- 
look, (Trand View hotel. 019255. (H 
79117, June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 

58514 

Hanging rock, Grand View trail, Grand 

Canvon of Arizona. 019252. (H 79114, 

June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906. ) 58515 

On the trail, (irand View, Arizona. 
019257. (H 79119, June 9, 1906; 2 c. 
June 9, 1906.) 58516 

Railing ship K. C. Rickmers broadside. 
022246. (H 78911, June 4, 1906; 2 v. 
June 4, 1906.) 58517 

deck view, looking aft. 022247. (H 

78912, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 

58518 
deck view, looking aft. 022248. ( H 



78913, June 4, 1906; 2 c, June 4, 1906.) 

58519 
deck view, looking forwani, 022249. 



(H 78914, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 
1906. ) 58520 

Security Mutual life insurance co., build- 
ing, Binghamton, N. Y. (H 79768, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

58521 

Signal rock from old trail, Grand Can- 
yon of Arizona. 019256. (H 79118, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906. ) 58522 

Trail party nearing summit of Grand 
view trail, Arizona. 019253. (H 79115, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 58523 

De Witt (M.), Chicago, 111. 
Cupid at rest. (H 79571, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906.) 58524 

Meditation. (H 79821, June 23, 1906; 
2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 58525 

Morning prayer. (H 79822, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 58526 

Doran (Samuel), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
How did it happen. (H 79131, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 58627 

Eaton (Eben F.), Harris- 
burg, Pa. 
Looking south from dome of capitol 
building, Harrisburg, Pa. (H 79769, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

58528 

Ellis (James M.), Boise, 
Idaho. 
Sheepeaters monument, Thunder moun- 
tains, Idaho. (H 79800, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 22, 1906.) 58529 

E8tey(C. v.), EastOakland, 

Cal. 

Estey's photographic panorama of the 

San Francisco earthquake and fire. 

(H 79582, June 16, 1906; 2 c. May 14, 

1906. ) 58530 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Faatz (J. Geoi|<e), Newark, 

N.J. 

I don't want my picture took. ( H 79884, 

June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) . 

58631 

Fagin (C. T.), Knoxville, 
Tenn. 
1 don't want baby powder on mv. ( H 
79901, June 27, 1906.) 58532 

Into the shadows dipping. (H 79902, 
June 27, 1906.) 58533 

Splendid view. ( H 79900, June 27, 1906. ) 

58584 
2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Feldman (Fred J. ), El Paso, 
Tex. 
Elks home, El Paso, Tex. (H 79851, 
June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 

58535 

Foley (E. F.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Longfelder (M.) American girl type. 
(H 79087, June 8, 1906.) 58538 

Dutch type. (H 79084, June 8, 

1906. ) 58537 

Japanese girl type. ( H 79089, June 

8, 1906. ) 58538 

Marguerite type. ( H 79086, June 

8, 1906. ) 58639 

Moorish type. (H 79083, June 8, 

1906.) 53540 

Spanish girl type. ( H 79088, June 

8, 1906. ) 53541 

Tyrolean type. (H 79085, June 8, 

1906.) 58542 

2 c. each June 8, 1906. 

Forbes)(A. A.), Bishop, Cal. 

Mt. Whitney, nos. 420 to 423. (H 
79833-79836, June 18, 1906. ) 

58543-58546 
2 c. each June 18> 1906. 

Goodin (John H.), Fred- 
ericksburg, Ohio. 
Florida playmates. (H 79880, June 26, 
1906. ) 58547 

Florida trained nurse. (H 79882, June 
26, 1906. ) 58548 

Innocence abroad. (H 79879, June 26, 
1906. ) 58549 

I's sure done gone dis time. (H 79881, 
June 26, 1906.) 58550 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Greene (A. S.), Port Jeffer- 
son, N. Y. 
L. I. R. R. station, Port Jefferson, L. I. 
298. (H 79766, June 13, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 58551 



Greene (A. S.), Port Jeffer- 
son N. Y. 
Pergola, Belle Terre. 307. (H 79766, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

68652 

Public school. Mount Sinai. 312. (H 
79072, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 

58553 

Tinker's point, on Port Jefferson and 
Setauket harbors. 301. (H 79767, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

58654 

Griggs (U. S.), Pierre, 8. 
Dak. 
Sioux Indian women. (H 79827, June 
23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 68555 

South Dakota. The Bad Lands, nos. 1 
to 4. (H 79823-79826, June 23, 1906; 
2 c. each June 23, 1906. ) 58556-58659 

Guernsey (Lester Craw- 
ford), Oakland, Cal. 
Ruins of San Francisco after earthquake 
and fire April 18-21, 1906. View from 
Stanford mansion site. ( H 78604, June 
4, 1906; 1 c. June 5, 1906; 1 c. June 19, 
1906.) 68660 

Harris & Ewing, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Carr. ( H 79797, June 21, 1906. ) 58661 

Chilton. (H 79796, June 21, 1906. ) 

58562 

Dickinson. (H 79792, June 21, 1906. 

58563 

Mason. (H79793, June 21, 1906.) 58664 

Murphy. ( H 79795, June 21, 1906. ) 

58665 
2 c. each June 21, 1906. 

Hodge (Edwanl A.), Med- 
ford, Mass. 
Trial trip of U. S. S. St. Louis. (H 79585, 
June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 

58666 
Holt (Winifred), New York, 
N. Y. 
Schurz (C.) Front view. (H 79070, 
June 7, 1906.) 58667 

i profile facing east. ( H 79069, June 

7, 1906. ) 58668 

} face turned to the east. ( H 79071 , 

June 7, 1906.) 58669 

2 c. each June 7, 1906. 

Hubert (H. C), Duluth, 
Minn. 
Harbored at last. ( H 79073, June 7, 1906; 
2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 58570 

Hulme (Gerald C), Oak- 
land Cal. 
Burning of San Francisco. (H 79798, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. 58571 



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PHOTOORAPHB 



25 



Hongerford (Newman), Hart- 
ford, Oonn. 
Group of don't worries. (H 78973, June 
6,1906.) 58972 

HarwintoD, Conn. agricultural show, 1902. 
(H 78975, June 6, 1906.) 58578 

Home, Harwinton, Conn, agricultural 
show 1905. (H 78976, June 6, 1906.) 

58574 

Primary election, 1902. (H 78974, June 
6, 1906. ) 58575 

Southern home. (H 78977, June 6, 1906. ) 

58576 
2 c. each June 6, 1906. 

Jack (Sarah H. ), New York, 

N.Y. 

Gavin Hamilton Jack's panorama of city 

of Stevens and Culebra cut. ( H 79342, 

June 13, 1906; 1 c. June 13, 1906; 1 c. 

June 27, 1906.) 58577 

Jamestown official photo 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Giblx)ns (Cardinal) and Bishop Van de 
Vvver. A. & B. (H 79759-79760, June 
20', 1906; 2 c. each June 20, 1906. ) 

58578-58579 

(Jeffries ( Jas. J. ) & Johnson 
(James M. ), Los Angeles, 
Cal. 
Favorites. ( H 79864, June 26, 1906. ) 

58580 
Good friend. (H 79865, June 26, 1906.) 

58581 
Undefeated . ( H 79862, June 26, 1906. ) 

58582 
Worid beater. ( H 79863, June 26, 1 906. ) 

58583 

2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

Johnson (Clinton), Los An- 
geles, Cal. 
Relief line at Oakland. 216. ( H 79379, 
May 31, 1906.) 58684 

Soldiers' quarters, Oakland park. 217. 
(H 79378, May 31, 1906.) 58585 

2 c. each May 31, 1906. 

Ken yon (Rufus), Chicago, 
111. 
Friends or foes. ( H 79550, June 18, 1906; 
2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 58588 

Kilbom (W. D.) ABurr (R. 
P. ), Sacramento, Cal. 
Panorama of the San Francisco disaster. 
(H 78405, May 31, 1906; 1 c. May 31, 
1906; 1 c. June 23, 1906.) 58687 

Kottmann (Edward), Al- 
toona, Pa. 
Scotch collie dog. (H 79079, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. May 29, 1906. > 68588 



Krebaum (Oharlee A.), La 
CroBse, Wis. 
Exhibit A. Main altar Chapel of Per- 
petual Adoration, La Croese, Wis. (H 

79413, June 15, 1906.) 58589 

Exhibit B. Main altar Chapel of Per- 
petual Adoration, LaCronse, Wis. (H 

79414, June 15, 1906. ) 58590 

I Exhibit C. Main aisle from sanctuary, 
i Chapel of IVrj^etual Adoration. (H 

79415, June 15, 1906. ) 58591 

Exhibit D. View from balcony in main 

! chapel. Chapel of Perpetual Adoration, 

La Crosse, Wisconsin. ( H 79470, June 

15, 1906.) 58592 

Exhibit E. North aisle in balcony of 

main chapel in Cha|)el of Peri)etual 

I Adoration, I^ Crosse, Wis. (H 79411, 

June 15, 1906. ) 58598 

Jlxhibit F. Altar in ('hapel of Perpetual 

I Adoration, Ia Crosse, Wis. (H 79412, 

June 15, 1906. ) 58594 

! 2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

Side altar, in chapel of Perpetual Adora- 
tion at La Crosse, Wis. Exiiibit G. 
(H 79830, June 13, 1906.) 58595 

South window in chapel of Per[)etual 
Adoration at l^a Crosse, Wis. Exhibit. 
(H 79831, June 23, 1906. ) 58596 

2 c. each June 23, 1906. 

Lawrence (George E.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Christian science church, Boston, Mass. 
(H 79103, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906. ) 58697 

Flood building and vicinity P^ddy and 
market streets. (H 79437, June 15, 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 58598 

Flood building from Eddy and Tavlor 
streets. (H 79438, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 58699 

Market street," looking east. (H 79868, 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 

68600 

Masonry shaken from steel stracture. 
(H 79867, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 68601 

Removing earthquake destroved cable & 
car tracks. (H 79869, June 15, 1906; 
2 c. June 15, 1906.) 68602 

Ruins of San Francisco Nob Hill in fore- 
ground. 1500 feet elevation. (H 
79569, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 

68603 

Ruins of San Francisco, 500 feet elevation 
above Hyde and Green streets. (H 
79439, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906. ) 68604 

San Francisco, Baldwin hotel. (H 79373, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 68606 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Lawrence (George E.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
San Francisco, City Hall view. no. 2. 
(H 79371, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 

58606 

San Francisco in ruins 2,000 ft. above 

San Francisco overlooking water front. 

(H 79570, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906.) 68607 

San Francisco, Palace & Grand hotels. 
(H 79372, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 
1906. ) 58608 

Unbumed district of San Francisco. ( H 
79568, June 18, 1906; 2c. June 18, 1906.) 

58609 

Unfinished steel structure: Intact after 
quake. (H 79866, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 58610 

I^vick (Edwin), New York, 
N. Y. 
Fish (Mrs. 8.) (H 79883, June 26, 1906; 
2 c. June 12, 1906. ) 58611 

Lubetich (P.) & co., San 
Pedro, Cal. 
Ride with me on my Chelonian. (H 
79495, June 18, 1906.) 58612 

This boy I raised since I left the home. 
( H 79496, June 18, 1906. ) 58613 

Turtle club. (H 79497, June 18, 1906. ) 

58614 
2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

McCormick (Langdon) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Shadows. (H 79888, June 27, 1906; 2 c. 
June 27, 1906). 58615 

MacLane ( Edward ) , Chicago, 
111. 
Masonic monument, no. 720. (H 79860, 
May 1, 1906; 1 c. May 1, 1906; 1 c. Apr. 
27,1906.) 58616 

Marceau (Theo. C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Beardslev (M.) no. 1. (H 79068, June 
7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 58617 

Cavanagh (Rev. J.) no. 1. (H 79790, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

58618 
Crumley (Rev. T.) no. 1. (H 79789, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

58619 

Lockwood (L. B.) nos. 1 & 2. (H 

79811-79812, June 22, 1906: 2 c. each 

June 22, 1906.) 58620-58621 

Maloney (Rev. W.) no. 1. (H 79788, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

58622 
Nelson (Hon. V. E.) no. 1. (H 79791, 
June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

58623 

Quinlan (Dr. F. J.) nos. 1 & 2. (H 

79757-79758, June 19, 1906^ 2 c. each 

June 19, 1906. ) 58624-58625 



Marshall (Wm. E. & Oscar), 
New York, N. Y. 
Jesus of Nazareth. 5i bv Sf in. (H 
79762, June 19, 1906. ) ' 58626 



8 by 12 in. (H 79761, June 19, 

1906. ) 58627 

2 c. each June 2, 1906. 

Martin (John W. ), Millville, 
N.J. 
Union Lake canal Millville, N. J. (H 
79080, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

58628 

Miles brothers, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Trip down Mount Tamalpais. ( H 75870, 
Apr. 21, 1906; 2 c. Apr. 21, 1906.) 

58629 

Miller (C. R.), McCloud, 
Cal. 
City Hall. (H 78606, June 1, 1906.) 

58680 

Down Geary st. from Grant ave. (H 
78607, June 1, 1906.) 58631 

Down Market st. from 7th. (H 78608, 
June 1, 1906.) 58632 

Looking n. e. from Hyde and McAllister 
sts. (H 78610, June 1, 1906. ) 58633 

Post office bldg. showing car track. ( H 
78609, June 1, 1906. ) 58634 

2 c. each June 1, 1906.) 

Moller (Johannes B. ), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Bird^s eye view of the great San Francisco 
fire. (H 78916, June 4, 1906; 2 c. Mav 
16,1906.) 58636 

Ruins of Emma Spreckels building. ( H 
79078, June 7, 1906; 2 c. May 24, 1906. ) 

58636 



Temple Emanuel. (H 79077, June 

7, 1906. 2 c. May 24, 1906. ) 58637 

San Francisco fire on the 18th at 4 p. m. 
(H 78915, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 
1906. ) 58638 

San Francisco ruins after the fire. (H 
79075, June 7, 1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906. ) 

58639 

San Francisco ruins after the great fire of 
1906. ( H 79076, June 7, 1906; 2 c. May 
24, 1906. 58640 

Moyer (H. S. ), Allentown, 
Pa. 
First Evangelical tent at Waldheim. ( H 
79906, June 28, 1906.) 58641 

Waldheim' s First Evangelical ministry. 
( H 79907, June 28, 1906.) 58642 

2 c. each June 28, 1906. 



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27 



Mozonier (A. L.), Loe An- 
geles, Cal. 
March of the Amazons. (H 79799, June 
22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 58648 

Munson (J. £.), San Jose, 
Cal. 
Destruction by earthquake and fire, San 
Jose, Cal. ( H 78972, June 6, 1906; 2 c. 
June 6, 1906. ) 68644 

Newell (William Frank) and 

Mount ( William Henry), 

New York, N. Y. 

Combination mahogany and slate stock 

brokers quotation board. (H 79407, 

June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906. ) 

58645 
Newhall (A. D.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Clason Point inn and baths. (H 79583, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19,4906.) 

58646 

North (George S.), South 
Norwalk, Conn. 
Pecks Ledge light. A to D. (H 79506- 
79509, June 18, 1906. ) 2 c. each June 
18, 1906. 58647-58650 

Nowell (Frank H.), Nome, 
Alaska. 
Fink and Smith returning from Arctic, 
nos. 4691 & 4692. (H 79857-79858, 
June 25, 1906. ) 5865 1-58652 

There's always something doing no. 

4739. (H 79856, June 25, 1906. ) 

58658 
Winter dumps on Little creek, Nome, 

Alaska. (H 79855, June 25, 1906. ) 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 58654 

Parkinson art company, 

Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Dead ahead. (H 79419, June 15, 1906. ) 

58655 

Happy thought. (H 79417, June 15, 

1906.) 58656 

Out for a spin . ( H 79416, June 15, 1906. ) 

58657 

What for grandma. (H 79418, June 15, 
1906.) 58658 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 

Phillips (A.), Toledo, Ohio, 
r 3nservatory Wall bridge park, Toledo, 
Ohio. (H 79501, June 18, 1906.) 

58659 

] irm, Toledo, Ohio. (H 79604, June 18, 
1906. ) 58660 

{ :ating rink, Wallbridge park, Toledo, 
Ohio. (H 79502, June 18, 1906.) 

58661 

/ater works, Toledo, Ohio. (H 79503, 
June 18, 1906.) 58662 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 



Photograph company of 
America, Chicago, 111. 
Cecelia. (H 79488, June 16, 1906.) 

58668 
Fair view, (H 79486, June 16, 1906. ) 

58664 
Girl in furs. (H 79472, June 16, 1906.) 

58665 
I want favver. (H 79468, June 16, 1906.) 

58666 
May I hope. ( H 79476, June 16, 1906.) 

58667 

On the hot sand. (H 79473, June 16, 

1906. ) 58668 

Real Indian. (H 79489, June 16, 1906.) 

58669 

Trixie. (H 79471, June 16, 1906.) 58670 

What is mv fortune. (H 79474, June 16, 

1906.) * 58671 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 

Prince (George Loren), Los 
Angeles, Cal. 
Jeffries (Jim) selling oranges, no. 1. 
( H 79375, June 13, 1906. ) 58672 

no. 2. (H 79376, June 13, 1906.) 

58678 

no. 3. (H 79377, June 13, 1906. ) 

58674 
2 c. each May 18, 1906. 

Pry or (Arthur), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Pry or. (H 79374, June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 
21, 1906.) 58675 

Romans (W. P.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Mt. Rainier, no. 1. (H 79899, June 27, 
1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 58676 

Russell brothers, Anniston, 
Ala. 
Bird's eye view of Steel plant, Ensley, 
Ala. (H 79092, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 
8, 1906.) 58677 

Simmons (Jacob H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
First fire in New York subway. (H 
79852, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 

58678 

Slade (George F.), jr., Chel- 
sea, Maes. 
Lake Sunapee at Sunapee Harbor, N. H. 
Front hotel view. (H 79104, May 22, 
1906. ) 58679 

Side hotel view. (H 79104, May 22, 

1906.) 58680 

2 c. each May 22, 1906. 

Stebbins (Nathaniel L. ), 
Somerville, Mass. 
Georgia (U. S. S.) nos. 17059 to 17064. 
(H 79455-79460, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
each June 22, 1906. ) 58681-68686 



28 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Stoddard (S. R.), Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 
Sagamore landing, Lake George. (H 
79398, June 14, 1906. ) 68687 

Sagamore on Lake George. (H 79399, 
June 14, 1906.) 58688 

2 c. each June 20, 1906. 

Strauss (J. C. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Francis (D. R.) n. (H 79074, June 7, 
1906; 2 c. June 7, 1906.) 58689 

Street (William Janis), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Call building burning. (H 79803, June 
19, 1906. ) 58690 

City burning from the Bay. (H 79805, 
June 19, 1906. ) 58691 

Fire at 4th & Market street. (H 79806, 
June 19, 1906.) 58692 

Flood building burning, oor. 4th & Mar- 
ket. ( H 79809, June 19, 1906. ) 58698 

Lincoln school burning. ( H 79807, June 
19, 1906. ) 58694 

Market st. burning from The Emporium. 
(H 79804, June 19, 1906.) 58695 

Market street in ruins from 6th st. (H 
79808, June 19, 1906.) 58696 

Panorama of the burned district. (H 
79810, June 19, 1906. ) 58697 

1 c. each June 19, 1906; 1 c. each 
May 11, 1906. 

Taylor (James J. ), Atlantic, 
Citv, N. J. 
Few grains of sand. ( H 79500, June 12, 
1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 58698 

Tennessee medicine com- 
pany, Knoxville, Tenn. 
Knaffl (Dr.) (H 79817, June 23, 1906; 
2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 58699 

Townsend (Charles A.), 
Belfast, Me. 
B. & A. passenjyer wharf, Stockton 
Springs, Me. (H 79126, June 9, 1906. ) 

58700 

Cape Jellison. nos. 1 to 3. (H 79122- 

79124, June 9, 1906. ) 58701-58703 

2 c. each June 9, 1906. 

Church street, Belfast, Maine. (H 78909, i 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) ' 

58704 I 
79121, 

58705 I 

79129, 
58706 

78910, 
58707 

79120, I 
58708 



Macks point, Searsport, Me. (H 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 

Main street, Searsport, Me. (H 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 

School house, Belfast, Maine. ( H 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 

Searsport house, Searsport, Me. ( H 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906. ) 



Townsend ( Charles A . ) , 
Belfast Me. 
Stockton Harbor, nos. 1 & 2. (H 79127- 
79128, June 9, 1906; 2 c. each June 9, 
1906. ) 58709-68710 

Waldo county hospital, Belfast, Me. ( H 
79125, June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906. ) 

58711 

Tyroler (James), New York, 
N. Y. 
Restless sea. (H 79090, June 8, 1906.) 

68712 
Seeking shelter. ( H 79091, June 8, 1906. ) 

58713 
2 c. each June 8, 1906. 

Ulmann (Bemhard) & Co., 
New York N. Y. 
Sports. (H 79081, June 8, 1906; 2 c. 
June 8, 1906.) 68714 

Vitagraph Company of 
America, New York, 
N. Y. 
All aboard. ( H 79499, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 68716 

Prospectors. (H 78523, June 1, 1906; 2 c. 
June 1,1906.) 88716 

Wallace (William Archi- 
bald), Lewisburg, 
W. Va. 
Confederate monument. Lewisburg, W. 
Va. (H 79109, June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 
9, 1906.) 6a717 

Weisgerber ( Charles H . ) , 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Model of the birthplace of Old Glory. 
( H 79885, June 27, 1906. ) 687 18 

Model restoration of birthplace of Old 
Glory. (H 79886, June 27, 1906. ) 

68719 

2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Werner (Brugh), Decatur, 
111. 
Grand lodge locating committee. (H 
79854, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 68720 

White (L. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Claudia's prayer. (H 78525, June l 
1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 68721 

Whitman (R. E.), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Faith ^ that removes mountains. ( i-£ 
79348, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June la 
1906.) 6ft722 

Willard (S. L.), Wilmette, 
111. 
Daughter of Japan. (H 79905, June 2B 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) fiBTss 



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2y 



Wood (Chas. H.), Oakland, 
Cal. 



Woodhead (W. H.), Fitch- 



Miller (J.) the poet. (H 79406, June 14, Union R. R. station, Fiti-hbun?, M 



1906; 2 c. Apr. 16, 1906.) 

VVoodfield (Frank), Afitoria, 
Oreg. 



58724 ( H 79785, .May 31, 1906. ) 68786 

Union i^tation, Fit<*hbiirjf, Mass. (U 

79874, Mav 31 , 1906. ) 68787 
2 c. each May 28, 1906. 

Sunset at Seaside, Oregon. 4 by 10. ( H Wachusett lake & mountain. ( H 79876, 



79082, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

68726 



May 81, 1906; 2 c. May 31, 1906.) 



68728 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 9,479 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; subarranged alphabetically by titles. 

To sayc space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. ThiLs the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Barnes-Crosby company, Chicago, 111. Class 
I, XXc, no. 18361, June 25, 1906; 1 photograph received June 26, 1906." 



Banies-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of head and shoulders of a 

man front view. He wears a striped 

suit. (1 18361, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. 

June 25, 1906. ) 68729 

— of head and shoulders of a man. 
The face is tamed to nearly full profile 
(1 18377, June 18, 1906; 1 photo. 



view. 



68730 



June 18, 1906. ) 

— of man wearing a checked suit and 
holding a straw hat in one hand. (I 

18364, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 25, 
1906.) 68781 

— showing half figures of three ladies 
one in profile and the other front view. 
(1 18372, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 
25, 1906. ) 68782 

— showing lady and child holding a 
quilt spread out between them. (I 

18365, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 25, 
1906.) 68788 

-7- showing lady seated front view ad- 
justing a glove which she has put on. 
(1 18366, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 
25,1906.) 68734 

showing lady seated in a chair pro- 
file view. In front of her stands a little 
Pri. (1 18318, June 18, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 18, 1906. ) 68736 

showing lady seated three quarters 
front view before a table. (I 18368, 
^ttne 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 25, 1906. ) 

68736 

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Bames-OoHby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing showing lady standing 

behind a table. Various pieces of cut 

glass are upon the table. (I 18321, 

June 18, hH)6; 1 photo. June 18, 1906. ) 

68737 

showing lady standing front view. 

She wears a street dress with cape and 
carries a parasol. (I 18319, June 18, 
1906; 1 photo. June 18, 1906.) 68738 

showing lady standing profile view. 



She has on a suit of undergarments. 
(I 18325, June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 
18, 1906. ) 68739 

— showing maid standing profile view 
face front view and holding a porcelain 
dish in her hands. ^I 18320, June 18, 
1906; 1 photo. June 18, 1906.) 68740 

showing man standing front view, face 



slightly averted resting one elbow on a 
support l)ehind him. (1 18362, June 
25, 1906; 1 photo. June 25, 1906. ) 68741 

— showing man standing front view. 
He wears a sack suit and straw hat. ( I 
18316, June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 18, 
1906.) 68742 

showing three boys aged respec- 



tively about 5, 7 and 9 years. Each 
wears a suit of different style. ( 1 18314, 
June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 18, 1906.) 

68748 

— showing three ladies seated on a 
divan front view. They wear white 
shirtwaists of different style. (I 18324, 
June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 18, 1906.) 

68744 



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Bame8-Croeby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing showing three ladiee one 
seated profile view the other two stand- 
ing three quarter front view. ( 1 18371 , 
June 25, 1906; I photo. June 25, 1906.) 

08745 

showing three ladies standing in a 



row one oi them in profile. (1 18323, 
June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 18, 1906. ) 

68746 

showing two ladiee and a little girl 



on the beach. All wear bathing suits. 
(1 18322f, June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 
18, 1906.) 68747 

showing two ladies heads front view 



.the other three quarter front view. 
Around each head is a fioral wreath. 
(I 18369, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 
25, 1906. ) 68748 

showing two ladies seated in wicker 



porch. One stands about front view 
with hand resting on the railing. (I 
18370, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. June 25, 
1906.) 68760 

showing two men, a lady and a boy 



in the background. One of the men 
is kneeling on one knee placing a golf 
ball. (1 18363, June 25, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 25, 1906.) 68761 

showing two men standing profile 



view beside a stone wall. They wear 
sack suits. (I 18315, June 18, 1906; 1 
photo. June 18, 1906.) 68762 

Barr (J. E.) & co., Phila- 
delphia, Po. 
Lee (Gen. R. E.) head and bust. Almost 
full face showing parting of hair on 
left and the full left ear full beard and 
mustache both white. (I 18344, June 
21, 1906; 1 photo. June 21, 1906.) 

68763 

Bentheim (Charles), Char- 
lotte, N. C. 
Carnegie (A) bust, looking to the left of 
the beholder. Characteristic expres- 
sion of features genial and benevolent. 
(I 18305, June 15, 1906; 1 photo. June 
15, 1906.) 68754 

Braun, Clement & cie., Paris, 
France. 
Abend. Pasture scene. Shepherd in 
foreground, seated with his staff rest- 
ing on right shoulder. (1 18310, June 
1^, 1906; 1 photo. June 18, 1906.) 

68766 



chairs on the ^rass. In the background i 
is a seat swmg. (I 18367, June 25, | 
1906; 1 photo. June 25, 1906.) 68749 

showing two ladies standing on a 



Cary (W. M.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Last of the herd. Winter landscape, 
snow on ground. Two buffalos in 
foreground and in right middle dis- 
tance is a third buffalo. ( 1 18376, June 
25, 1906; 1 photo. June 25, 1906.) 

68766 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Gardener. A very old man, slightly 
bent walking along. In his right hand 
is a hoe. ( 1 18330, June 19, 1906. ) 

68767 

Sunday. An unusually sweet faced little 

girl sitting with her hand in her lap. 

tter soft curly hair falls in ringlets. 

(I 18331, June 19, 1906.) 68768 

1 photo, each June 19, 1906. 

Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Builders' plan. A 56 ft. 150 ton 5 sec- 
tions iron frame railway track scale, 
no. 6-18-06 F, sheet 1, drawer 10, style 
12. (I 18350, June 22, 1906; 1 blue- 
print June 22, 1906. ) 68769 

Drawing of a 60 ft. 150 ton, 6 sections 

iron frame railway track scale, no. 
6-22-06 H, sheet 1, drawer 10, style 12. 
(I 18416, June 28, 1906; 1 photo. June 
28, 1906. ) 68760 

F^rst detail plan. A 56 ft. 150 ton 5 sec- 
tions iron frame railway track scale, 
no. 6-18^6 F, sheet 3, drawer 10, 
style 12. (I 18352, June 22, 1906; 1 
blueprint June 22, 1906.) 68761 

Foundation plan. A 56 ft. 150 ton 5 sec- 
tions iron frame railway track scale. 
no. 6-18-06 F, sheet 2, drawer 10, style 
12. (1 18351, June 22, 1906; 1 blue- 
print June 22, 1906. ) 68762 

Drawing of a 60 ft. 150 ton, 6 sec- 
tions iron frame railway track scale, 
no. 6-22-06 H, sheet 2, drawer 10, style 
12. (I 18417, June 28, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 28, 1906.) 68768 

Second detail plan. A 56 ft. 150 ton 5 
sections iron frame railway track scale, 
no. (i-18-06 F, sheet 4, drawer 10, style 
12. (I 18353, June 22, 1906; 1 blue- 
print June 22, 1906. ) 68784 

Third detail plan. A 56 ft. 150 ton 5 
sections iron frame railway track scale, 
no. 6-18-06 F, sheet 5,* drawer 10, 
style 12. (I 18354, June 22, 1906; 1 
photo. June 22, 1906. ) 68765 

Faris (Joseph A.) , Wheeling, 
W. Va. 
Battle of Point Pleasant. In the left 
hand foreground is the Ohio river in 
which are the bodies of dead and dying 
Indians. (I 18313, June 4, 1906; 1 
photo. May 25, 1906. ) 68766 



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Ficke (Francis), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Panorama view of San Francisco, Cal. 
showing Telegraph hill on left as far as 
Hayes at., also the Bav and distant 
hills. (1 18328, Jane 19,*^1906; 1 photo. 
June 19, 1906 ) 58767 

Great Western cereal com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Good morning. A little boy having 
beautiful blue eyes and fair hair, 
dressed in a suit of pajamas and bed- 
room slippers. (I 78326, June 18, 1906; 
1 photo. June 18, 1906. 58768 

Gugler lithographic com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
•Stack in the mud. Little boy with bis 
father's boots on, apparently in grief, 
trying to get out of the mud. ( 1 18383, 
June 25, 1906; 1 photo. Mav 16, 1906. ) 

58769 

Haag (Charles), Kidgefield, 

x\. J. 

Chicken feeding woman. Figure, old 
lady feeding chickens with two chick- 
ens by her right foot. (1 18408, June 
16,1906.) 58770 

Cyclone. Group, men and female figures 
rushing forwards in the air. (I 18405, 
June 16, 1906. ) 58771 

I>ude. Figure, man standing with a cane 
in his left and silk hat and gloves in 
his his right hand. (1 18411, June 16, 
1906.) 58772 

Fisherfamily. Group, old fisherman and 
his son carrying the net, the old man 
holding his little daughter in his right 
band. (118410, June 16, 1906.) 58778 

Fishermen. Group, old and young fisher- 
men standing on the boatseat pulling in 
the rope to stretch the sail. (I 18406, 
June 16, 1906.) 58774 

History. Figure, old woman with a lamp 
over her head holding in her left hand 
bookandpen. (118404, June 16, 1906.) 

58775 

Humanity. Figure and cats, woman with 
a cat in her arms and four other cats 
following her. ( 1 18414, June 16, 1906. ) 

58776 

Old da^s. Standing figure, old man 
standmg with a cane in his hand. (I 
18412, June 16, 1906. ) 58777 

ftx)tection. Group, girl holding a violin 
on her left side, her little brother close 
pressed to her. (I 18409, June 16, 
1906.) 58778 

Shadow. Group, men and female figures 
in struggle to reach the money one 
Dian holding a moneybag over his 
bead. (1 18415, June 16, 1906.) 

58779 



Haag (Charles), Ridgefield, 
N.J. 
iStrike. Group, four miners with pick- 
axes on the earth in protesting posi- 
tion. Foreman speaking for his com- 
rades. (I 18413, June 16, 1906.) 

58780 

Tar cooker. Man stirring his tarpot. 

(I 18407, June 16, 1906.) 58781 

1 photo, each June 16, 1906. 

International art publisliing 
company, New York, N. Y. 
Admiration. Ballet girl on tip toe look- 
ing over her shoulders into looking 
glass and two old men looking at her 
in admiration. (I 18:^89, June 26, 
1906.) 58782 

Christmas tea kettle. Wrought iron 
st•^nd and alcohol lamp entwined with 
holly berries and brass tea kettle. ( I 
18892, June 26, 1906. ) 58783 

Distant sails. Four Dutch figures sitting 
on a wooden post fence. (1 18390, 
June 26, 1906. ) 58784 

Elopement. Dutch scene showing two 
figures— that of young lady and man 
cHmbing over a wooden stile. (I 
18388, June 26, 1906. ) 58785 

Dutch delf pitcher. Displaying a Dutch 
scene, windmill in the distance and 
also a view of water and trees. (1 
18399, June 26, 1906.) 58786 

Dutch delf water jug. Dutch delf 
pitcher, with Dutch scenes on its side. 
The scene shows a windmill and view 
of a Dutch town. (I 18398, June 26, 
1906.) 58787 

Dutch love making. Two Dutch figures, 
one a girl dressed in Dutch costume, 
on her right is a man who is stroking 
her chin. (I 18394, June 26, 1906. ) 

58788 

Gardeness. Young lady dressed in sum- 
mer costume, having on a hat trimmed 
with flowers. (1 1 8397, June 26, 1906. ) 

58789 

Illusive heart. Young girl dressed as 
nurse sitting on bench in park and is 
eagerly reaching for a valentine on the 
ground. (I 18396, June 26, 1906. ) 

58790 

Milk maid. Country scene in Ireland, 
showing farm house in background, 
figure of an Irishman in native garb. 
(1 18395, June 26, 1906. ) 58791 

On the stile. Two figures seated on a 
stile, field flowers growing around the 
stile. (1 18387, June 26, 1906. ) 58792 

Scotch bag pipe player. Four street ur- 
chins, one boy and three girls, the boy 
is dressed in regulation Scotch costume. 
(1 18393, June 26, 1906. ) 58793 

1 photo, each June 26, 1906. 



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Kaiser (F. P.), St. Louis, 
Mo. 

(jraduate & student. Two panels each 
containing an oval, surrounded by 
scroll design, within one oval is a young 
girl graduate, within the other oval is 
a young man student. (I 18312, June 
12, 1906; 1 photo. June 12, 1906.) 

68794 

School children. Two panels each con- 
taining an oval, surrounded by a scroll 
design, within same is a school child 
sitting by table with open book. (I 
18311, June 18, 1906; 1 photo. June 
18, 1906. ) 68796 

Ker (Mary Sigsbee), New 
York, N. Y. 
Family cares. Design of little girl sit- 
ting at foot of colonial staircase, row of 
dolls sitting on step beside her. (I 
18422, June 28, 1906; 1 photo. June 28, 
1906.) 68796 

Kuppenheimer (B. ) & Co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Brisk Walk. Represents young man walk- 
ing briskly along with one ungloved 
hand in his pocket. (I 18401, June 27, 
1906.) 68797 

Companions. Represents young man 
with cane under arm, and dog at his 
side taking a walk. (I 18403, June 27, 
1906.) 68798 

Good morning. Represents young man 
bowing to young lady who is just about 
to alight from carriage. ( 1 18402, June 
27, 1906.) 68799 

Morning stroll. Represents young man 
strolling througii the country, cigar in 
one hand. (I 18400, June 27, 1906.) 

68800 
1 photo, each, June 27, 1906. 

LaFarge (John), New York, 

N. Y. 

Justinian. The law giver. Interior of a 

room with the arched centre over 

judges stand or seat. (I 18418, June 

28, 1906; 1 photo. June 28, 1906. ) 68801 

Lamasure (Edwin), New 

York, N. Y. 

Country cross roads. Country landscape 

in early summer. In foreground left 

is a wooden house and bevond it a stone 

one. (I 18373, June 25,*1906.) 68802 

Return of the fishing boat. Evening 
scene, summer. On beach at left are 
two men loading a boat from a two- 
wheel cart. (I 18374, June 25, 1906.) 

68803 

When the leaves begin to turn. Early 
autumn landscape. In center is a coun- 
try road on which is a one-horse cart. 
(1 18375, June 25, 1906. ) 68804 

1 photo, each June 25, 1906. ) 



Leland & Hall company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Sun dial pedestal . Comprised of one part 
only, circular and at the base has a 
series of mouldings comprised of fillet, 
ogie, fillet deep scotia and fillet (I 
18385, June 8, 1906. ) 68805 

Sun dial pedestal. Is comprised of one 
part only, is circular and at the base is 
a series of mouldings comprised of 
scotia, fillet and ovolo. (1 18i384, June 
8, 1906. ) 68806 

1 photo, each June 26, 1906. 

Lepper (Edward), Tiffin, 
Ohio. 
Col. Wm. Crawford's cruel fate June 11, 
1782. Crawford was brought to this 
spot, stripped naked and oMered to sit 
down. The Indians now beat him with 
sticks and their fists. ( 1 18359, June 23, 
1906; 1 photo. June 23, 1906.) 68807 

Lewis (A. H. ), medicine com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. 
My baby. Nude child kneeling on couch, 
with mothers arms encircling it. (I 
18334, June 20, 1906; 1 photo. June 20, 
1906. ) 68808 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Game of authors. Gathering of inen and 
women in evening clothes, some walk- 
ing about others seated at small tables 
drinking. (1 18345, June 21, 1906.) 

68809 
To who? To you. Owl perched in a 
circle, holding a book, one of his eyes 
being open and the other one shut, 
which gives him an unusually wise 
look. (I 18346, June 21, 1906. ) 68810 

1 photo, each June 21, 1906. 

Low (W. H.), Bronxville, 
N. Y. 
Preliminary design for mural painting 
for the Essex county Court House, 
Newark, N. J. Upon a monumental 
seat in the centre of a semicircular 
platform is seated a female figure repre- 
senting justice her right hand resting 
on the fasces the other hand extended 
in a gesture of command. (1 18306, 
June 15, 1906; 1 photo. June 2, 1906.) 

68811 

Lowney (Walter M. ) com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
(iolfer girl in golf costume and alpine 
hat with feather at side, standing on 
links. (I 18378, June 25, 1906.) 

68812 
(xolfing girl. Girl in light costume and 
sweater with golf bag slung over left 
shoulder. (I 18377, June 25, 1906. ) 

68818 



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Lowney (Walter M.) com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
Harvard. Girl in mortar-board rap with 
tassel hanging down at left side.' (I 
18379, Jane 25, 1906. ) 58814 

Princeton. Girl in mortar-board caj), 
face full front head tilted downward. 
( I 18380, June 25, 1906. ) 58816 

Vassar. Girl in mortar-board cap dark 
hair and eyes standing sidewise. (I 
18382, June 25, 1906. ) 58816 

Yale. Girl with mortar-board cap face 
in profile. (I 18381, June 25, 1906. ) 

58817 
1 photo, each June 25, 1906. 

Meyenberg (John Chatter- 
ton), Tell City, Ind. 
Magazine rack. Head with waving hair, 
and outstretched arms of a young wo- 
man surrounded by oak leaves and 
scrolls. (I 18333, June 20, 1906; 1 
photo. June 20, 1906.) 58818 

Nelson (Thomas) & sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
American Indians. Sioux Group of In- 
dians, one brave mounted on a horse, 
is talking with an older Indian, who is 
partially enveloped in a blanket. (I 
18386, June 26, 1906; 1 photo. June 26, 
1906. 58819 

Pajeau (J.) & son, Chicago, 
111. 
Mausoleum. Comer pilaster of suitable 
proportion is united with a return one 
third column fluted from base to capi- 
tal. (I 18329, June 19, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 19, 1906.) 5882o 

Photc^raphifiche gesellschaft, 

Berlin, Germany. 

Pandora. A female figure partly nude 

with light drapery falling from her 

shoulders seen in profile. (I 18358, 

June 23, 1906.) 58821 

Rebecca. } length figure of a woman 
with loose hair in a light gown looking 
at the spectator. (I 18357, June 23, 
1906.) 58822 

1 photo, each June 23, 1906. 

Rouland(W. Orlando), New 
York, N. Y. 
Burroughs (J. ) Life size J figure seated 
in ms^o^ny carved arm chair looking 
down. (1 18338, June 20, 1906.) 58823 

— Portrait on a panel 10 by 12 in., is 
seated in a dark brown wooden chair, 
his hands are folded, his knees are 
crossed and he is dressed in dark grey 
suit. (118337, June 20, 1906.) 58824 



Rouland ( W. Orlamio), New 
York, X. Y. 
Madame Olga Kamaroff. Painting 42 by 
50 in. I^ife size ) figure seated on ma- 
hogany chair at piano, hands on keys, 
the head is almost profile. ( I 18335, 
June 20, 1906. ) 58825 

Ruth St. Dennis in her Cobra dance. In 
East Indian costume standing in a 
street and two Hin<lo<> nmsicians seated 
on ground. (1 18336, June 20, 1906.) 

58826 
1 photo, each June 20, 1906. 

Scott (Jonathan), New 
York, N. Y. 
Music. The figure is nude with the ex- 
ception of a cloth in front and l)ack of 
the loins. The statue is 4 ft. 6 in. 
high. (1 18327, June 19, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 19, 1906. ) 58827 

Sharp (J. Henry), Crow 

Agency, Mont. 

Drummers. Teepee interior by firelight. 

Around a large drum are five Indian 

figures, each one chanting. (I 18304, 

June 15, 1906. ) 58828 

Mother. Profile of face and figure of 
young Indian mother sitting with one 
foot under her on a buffalo rol)e. (I 
18303, June 15, 1906. ) 58829 

1 photo each June 15, 1906. 

Shepard (Agatha M.), Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Basket of peaches. Overturned upon a 
highly polished oak table, with leaves 
showing. Size 18 bv 22 in. (I 18340, 
June 20, 1906. ) 58830 

Cluster of roses. Four Mar^chal Neil 
roses in a cut glass vase standing on a 
polished table. (I 18341, June 20, 
1906.) 58831 

1 photo, each June 20, 1906. 

Smith (DeCost), New York, 
N. Y. 
Divination. An Indian medicine-man 
or conjurer performing one of the rites 
by which he pretends to foresee future 
events. (I 18343, June 21, 1906.) 

58832 
Returning scout. A mounted Indian car- 
rying across his left arm a repeating 
carbine and wearing a long trailing war 
bonnet. (I 18342, June 21, 1906. 

58833 
1 photo, each June 21, 1906. 

Sother n ( Ed ward H ugh ) , 
New York, N. Y. 
E. H. Sothern as Romeo. Romeo seated 
on an Italian marble bench one arm 
resting on the side arm of the bench. 
(I 18339, June 20, 1906; 1 photo. June 
20, 1906. ) 58834 



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Stewart (Chae.), Washing- 
ton, D. O. 
Jones (J. P.) Oil painting 32 by 42 
inches known as the Beaux painting. 
Half length figure of a man facing to 
his left, holds his hat in his left hand 
and a spy glass in hin right. (I 18421, 
June 28, 1906; 1 photo. June 28, 1906.) 

68835 

Swift & CO., Chicago, 111. 
Swift's little farmer. Boy liolding a pail 
by its bail and bottom in a partly in- 
verted position. (I 18347, June 22, 
1906. ) 68886 

Boy holding a pail by its top and 

bottom and looking at the side of the 
pail. (I 18348, June 22, 1906.) 68887 

Boy standing in a field beside an 



open sack or bag. His left arm is 
akimbo. (I 18349, June 22, 1906. ) 

58888 
1 photo, each June 22, 1906. 



Tallies (Charles Arthur), 
Indianapolis, Ind. 
Abe Martin. The figure is very rustic in 
appearance. He has a smiling face it 
bemg broad and fiat. (I 18332, June 
19, 1906; 1 photo. June 19, 1906. ) 

68839 

Vose (Robert C), Boston, 

Mass. 

Singing stars. Group of heads of young 

girls representing stars, each with a 

star over her forehead, hair loose. ( I 

18419, June 28, 1906. ) 68840 

Sisters. Oil painting upright, the older 
sister with downcast eyes sits holding 
her little sister closely against her side. 
(I 18420, June 28, 1906. ) 58841 

1 photo, each June 28, 1906. 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,089 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
518T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565. SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 190e 

No. 3 



July 19, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVEEMIENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



L 



SEP 27 1906 

From the 
U. S. Government. 



ENGRAVINGS. CUTS, AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
LITHOGRAPHS; P'HOTOGRAPHS; FINE ARTS 



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprletorB; with a sobalphabet of titles under each proprietor. 

To save space the copyright notice alter each title 1b abbreViated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Geo. H. Allen, Clinton, N. Y. Class F, XXc, 
no. 43462, June 80. 1906; 2 copies received June 80, 1906." 



Allen (Geo. H.), Clinton, 
N. Y. 
Eraption of Vesuvius. (F 43462, June 
30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60139 

American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Alice in Senate-land. (F 43178, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60140 

All hail the King of Petroleum. (F 
43236, June 20, 1906; 2c. June 20, 1906.) 

60141 
At last the gas man is down. (F 43240, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60142 
At the Bugville race track. (F 43478, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60148 

Braggo the monk. (F 43484, June 30, 

1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60144 

He bragged a lot. (F 43244, June 21, 

1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 60146 

He climbed up the tree. (F 43169, 

June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

60146 

HecouM walk a tight rope. (F43167, 

June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

60147 

He gets ready. (F 43212, June 20, 

1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60148 

He might have fooled her. (F 43209, 

June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

60149 
- — He shows what he can do. (F 43414, 
June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 

60150 

• — He talked about the hot weather. 

{F 43206, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 

1906.) 60161 

■ — He tries his hand. ( F 43168, June 
11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 60162 

He used to be a great swimmer. (F 

43207, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60163 



American- journal-examiner. 
New York, N. Y. 

He's not the least bit afraid. (F 

43195, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 

60164 

He's sorry now. ( F 43211, June 20, 

1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60166 

His friends expect a treat. ( F 43166, 

June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

60166 

If he could fight as good as he talked. 

(F 43276, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906. ) 60167 

Oh! yes, He raised all his own vege- 
tables. (F 43210, June 20, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906.) 60168 

When it comes to bowling. (F43208, 

June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

60169 
Der Cap was a game sport. (F 43323, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906.) 

60160 

Diana. (F 43481, June 30, 1906; 2c. June 

30, 1906.) 60161 

Diogenes sells the public a gold brick. 
(F 43180, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 60162 

Down and out club at Canfield's. (F 
43174, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 60163 

draws the line. (F 43234, June 20, 

1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 60164 

sleeping contest. (F 43179, June 11, 

1906; 2 c. June IL^ 1906.) 60166 

Enemy in the rear. ( F 43238, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 60166 

Graft epidemic. (F 43177, June 11, 1906; 
2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60167 

Great meat bill fight. ( F 43245, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 60168 



86 



CTALOUUi: OF COPYBIOHT EM'BlEb 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Hall-room boys. Landlady objects. (F 
43485, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60169 

Percy tried to be a hero. (F 43521, 

July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60170 

Talk about hard luck! (F 43163, 



June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

60171 
— The laugh is on G. Whatawad. (F 
43164, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

60178 
Their fishing trip was a great success. 



(F 43216, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 60178 

— Their swell acquaintance. (F 43162, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 

60174 
They inspect Mr. Rockabilt's yacht. 



(F 43315, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906. ) 60176 

— They pay a call. ( F 43218, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60178 

— They pay a small instalment. (F 
43217, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60177 
They take the girls out. (F 43214, 



June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60178 

— They visit a friend. ( F 43290, June 
23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 60179 

— Thev visH the zoo. (F 43215, June 
20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60180 

— They were great swimmers. (F 
43243, June 21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 

60181 
Up in a balloon boys. (F 43219, 



June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

60182 

— Well, well. They really picked a 

winner. (F 43213, June 20, 1906; 2 c. 

June 20, 1906.) 60188 

You can't blame the landlady. (F 



43165, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June ll,'l906. ) 

60184 

Happy Hooligan. Shakespeare! (F 

43319, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26,1906.) 

60185 
Have you heard of the pchool for matri- 
mony? (F 43235, June 20, 1906; 2 c. 
June 20, 1906.) 60186 

Hee Haw! (F 43201, June 19, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 60187 



Maud gets left! (F 43189, June 12, 

1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 60188 

How would vou like to be the ice man. 
(F 43199, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906.) 60189 

If the beef trust caught the yellow dog. 
(F 43238, June 20. 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906.) 60190 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N, Y. 
In his steps. (F 43237, June 20, 1906; 
2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60191 

In the jungle. (F 43194, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 60198 

Jimmv, he gets an evening paper. (F 
43321, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906. ) 60198 

He goes to school. (F 43187, June 



12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 60194 
He runs for money. ( F 43198, June 



19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 60196 

Jack Rockefeller at sea. (F 43231, June 

20, 1906; 2c. June 20, 1906.) 60196 

John D. Buys some works of art. (F 
43239, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 60197 

He's off. ( F 43229, June 20, 1906; 

2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 60198 

Lands in FiUrope. (F 43182, June 

11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906 ) 60199 

On the brlnv deep. (F 43232, June 



20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 60800 

On the ocean. (F 43226, June 20, 

1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60801 

Little Goggles in Bunko Land. (F 
43292, June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 
1906. ) 60808 

Longworths in London. (F 43241, June 
20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60803 

Love will find a way. (F 43171, June 
11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60804 

Man with the patch on his breeches. (F 
43173, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 60206 

Mr. E. Z. Mark resents an imputation. 
(F 43161, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 60806 

National dance. ( F 43291, June 23, 1906; 
2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 60807 

Nightmares of monopoly lodgers. (F 
43415, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906. ) 60808 

No wedding bells for him! (F 43188, 
June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906.) 

60809 

(F 43196, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 

19, 1906. ) 60810 

Now, what d'ye think of that? Did you 
see any lions? (F 43172, June 11, 1906; 
2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60811 

How do you like it? ( F 43202, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60818 

I was fired with zeal. (F 43205, 



June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. 



60813 



ENOBA VINOS, OUTS, AND PBINTS 



87 



American- journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Now, what d'ye think of that? Snsan- 
nah loved me truly. (F 43204, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60814 

Your hair is dead. (F 43203, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 602X5 

Ouch! (F 43186, June 12, 1906; 2 c. 
June 12, 1906.) 60S16 

Our antedeluvian ancestors. (F 43486, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

60S17 

Papa is mad at Leander. ( F 43185, June 
12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906. ) 60918 

(F 43200, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 

19, 1906. ) SOSlt 

(F 4a*J20, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 

26, 1906. ) 60280 

People vs. the robbers. ( F. 43483, June 
30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60881 

Rough on monopoly lodge. (F 43227, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60888 

Russian situation. (F 43175, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 60888 

Saturday half-holiday. (F 43523, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60884 

Search for an honest man. (F 43224, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

60886 
Simple joys of country life. (F 43183, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 

60226 

(F 43242, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 

20, 1906.) 60227 

Sorrows of satan. Ah, that looks invit- 
ing. (F 43176, June 11, 1906; 2c. June 
11,1906.) 60228 

Ah! There's the Czar! (F 43221, 

June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

60229 
Give me some peerless potted ham. 



(F 43222, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 60280 

He takes another trip. (F 43220, 

June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 

60281 

I'll drop in and see mv old friend. 

(F 43522, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 60282 

I' 11 take a street car ride. ( F 43223, 

June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60288 

— I'll try the elevated. (F 43247, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 60234 

standard R— oil family. (F 43228, June 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60285 

Three little Bills. (F 43416, June 28, 
1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 60286 

This country a success? ( F 43248, June 

21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 60287 



American-ioumal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Timely hints to vacation seekers. (F 
43317, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906. ) 60888 

Up in a balloon, boys. (F 43190, June 
12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 1906. ) 60888 

Was Ananias a farmer? (F 43277, June 
22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 60840 

Well, of all things! (F 43322, June 26, 
1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906.) 60841 

Well! Well! Well! Happy is still woikin. 
(F 43184, June 12, 1906; 2 c. June 12, 
1906. ) 60848 

What the packers pack in Packingtown. 
(F 43230, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 
1906. ) 60848 

What would you do with a boy like this! 
(F 43324, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906. ) 60844 

What's the use? does it pay. (F 43479, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

60845 

When a man's married (F 43246, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 60846 

When wifey is away. Don't. ( F 43477, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 

60847 

Good-by. (F 43482, June 30, 1906; 

2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60848 

Why go to the seashore? ( F 43480, June 
30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60849 

Will you ever forget that time? ( F 43316, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 

60850 

Who said railroad graft. (F 43181, June 
11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 60251 

Wouldn't it make a cow mad. (F 43225, 
June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906. ) 

60252 

Yep, Happy Hooligan is still woikin. 
(F 43197, June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 
1906. ) 60258 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Favorite doll. (F 43588, July 5, 1906. ) 

60254 

Garden party. (F 43586, July 5, 1906.) 

60255 

He has his father's eyes. (F 43585, July 
5, 1906. ) 60256 

Kidnappers. (F 43582, July 5, 1906. ) 

60257 

Sitting the old year out. ( F 43584, July 

5, 1906.) 60258 

Turkey day. ( F 43583, July 5, 1906. ) 

60859 

1-2-3-4. (F 43587, July 5, 1906. ) 

60860 
2 c. each July 5, 1906. 



38 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Barmore (Charles), New 
York, N. Y. 
Ames (J. B.) (F 43444, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60261 

Bates (David Horner), New 
York, N. Y. 
Old war department building. ( F 43311, 
June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 

60262 

Bosworth (L. M.), Ames, 
Iowa. 
C. & N. W. railroad station. (F 43375, 
June 27, 1906.) 60268 

Carnej?ie-Greel V public library. (F 
43377, June 27, 1906.) 60264 

High school building. (F 43374, June 
27, 1906.) 60266 

Iowa state college. (F 43373, June 27, 
1906. ) 60266 

New Central building. (F 43376, June 
27,1906.) 60267 

2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Bowles (Joseph B. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adventures of Peck's bad boy. He fools 
the grocerv man. (F 43305, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 60268 

He visits the skating rink. (F 



43306, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 60269 

Pa enjoys? the glorious Fourth. (F 



43412, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 

60270 

Pa photographs a herd of goats. 

(F 43524, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 
1906.) 80271 

Boyle (John) & co.,inc.. 
New York, N. Y. 
Automobile tent, style no. 26. (F 43460, 
June 30, 1^06. ) 60272 

Boy's tent, stvle no. 3. (F 43453, June 30, 
1906. ) * 60278 

Oblong tent with square ends, style no. 
16. ( F 43457, June 30, 1906. ) 60274 

Palmetto tent, style no. 19. (F 43458, 
June 30, 1906. ) 60276 

Photographer's tent, stvle no. 22. (F 
43459, June 30, 1906.)' 60276 

Refreshment tent, style no. 15. ( F 43456, 
June 30, 1906. ) 60277 

Round garden tent, style no. 5. ( F 43455, 
June 30, 1906.) 60278 

Square garden tent, style no. 4. ( F 43454, 
June 30, 1906. ) 60279 

Surf tent. Style no. 2. (F 43452, June 30, 
1906. ) 60280 

1 c. each June 30, 1906; 1 c. each 
July 3, 1906. 



Cranston & co., Norwich, 
Conn. 
Birthplace of Mrs. Sigoumey. Norwich, 
Conn. (F 43545, June 29, 1906. ) 

60281 

Leffingwell house. Norwich, Conn. (F 
43546, June 29, 1906. ) 60282 

2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Adirondac carry. 9815. (F 43533, July 
2, 1906. ) 60283 

Autumn scene, Mackinac island, Mich. 
9870. (F 43539, July 2, 1906.) 60284 

Daily scene on the dock, Mackinac island, 
Mich. 9874. ( F 43538, July 2, 1906. ) 

60286 

Entering the locks, Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich. 9592. (F 43537, July 2, 1906. ) 

60286 

John Jacob Astor house, Mackinac island, 
Mich. 8845. (F 43535, July 2, 1906. ) 

60287 

Old Mission church, Mackinac island, 
Mich. 6162. ( F 43534, July 2, 1906. ) 

60288 

Sunset on the Straits, Mackinac island, 
Mich. 9849. (F 43536, July 2, 1906. ) 

60289 
2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Deutscher verlag Ges. m. b. 
h.*, Berlin, Germany. 
Rom. Amphitheater colosseum. ( F 43405, 
June 28, 1906. ) 60290 



— Capitol. (F 43404, June 28, 1906.) 

60291 

— Colon na square. ( F 43409, June 28, 
1906. ) 60292 

— Del Popolo square. (F 43410, June 
28, 1906. ) 60293 



— Forum Romanum, Atrium of Vesta. 
(F 43400, June 28, 1906. ) 60294 

— Forum Romanum, Columns of Sat- 
urn's temple. ( F 43402, June 28, 1906. ) 

60296 

— Forum Trajanum. (F 43406, June 
28, 1906. ) 60296 



— St. Angelo bridge. ( F 43411, June 
28, 1906. ) 60297 

— St. Peter's church. (F 43403, June 
28, 1906. ) 60298 

— Spain S(]uare. (F 43407, June 28, 
1906. ) 60299 

— Trevi fountain. (F 43408, June 28, 
1906. ) 60800 

— Vesta's temple. (F 43401, June 28, 
1906. ) 60801 

2 c. each June 28, 1906. 



ENGBA VINOS, OUTS, AND PBINTS 



39 



Gallup (Francis), Chicago, 
111. 
Good Indian. (F 43541, July 3, 1906; 
2 c. May 28, 1906. ) 90802 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Uncle Remus' stories. Brer Rabbits 
frolic. ( F 43532, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 
2, 1906.) 60808 

Hearst (William Randolph ) , 

American-joumal-exam- 

iner, New York, N. Y. 

Remarkable photographs of John D. 

Rockefeller. ( F 43192, June 19, 1906. ) 

60804 

John D. Rockefeller caught by the cam- 
era. ( F 431 93, June 19, 1906. ) 60806 

2 c. each June 19, 1906. 

Henderson (L. C. ), Lompoc, 
Cal. 
Purisima mission, Lompoc, Cal. (F 
43547, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906. ) 

80806 

Hill (Benjamin F. ), Denver, 
Colo. 
Colorado Springs and Manitou in a nut 
shell. (F 43254, May 24, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. ) 60807 

Howell (G. J.), London, 
England. 
Cord already dabbled with blood was 
raised in the air. (F 43436, May 14, 
1906. ) 60808 

Drink, feast, love my pupil! (F 43437, 
May 14, 1906. ) 60809 

From that lurking-place he watched. ( F 
43434, May 14, 1906.) 60810 

1 curse thee! (F 43438, May 14, 1906. ) 

60811 

She tore the chain violently from her 
neck. (F 43435, May 14, 1906.) 60812 

Then hear me, said Arbaces. ( F 43439, 
May 14, 1906.) 60818 

2 c. each May 14, 1906. 

Ironmonger (F. M.), jr., 
Jacksonville, Fla. 
Three of the greatest men that ever lived. 
(F 43488, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 2, 
1906.) 60314 

Judge company, New York, 
N. Y. 
First man of the seasou» (F 43312, June 
26, 1906. ) 60816 

Good night. (F 43313, June 26, 1906. ) 
2 c. each June 26, 1906. 60816 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, 
New York, N. Y. 
Rejected. ( F 43371, June 27, 1906. ) 

60817 

Yield not to temptation. (F 43372, June 

27, 1906.) 60818 

2 c. each July 5, 1906. 

Kronberg (Louis), Boston, 

Parrot. (F 43613, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 60819 

McBride (J. P.), Independ- 
ence, Kans. 
Scene not seen in Kansas. (F 43443, 
June 30, 1906; 2 c. Jime 30, 1906. ) 

60820 

McCann (Bernard F. ), jr., 
Denver, Colo. 
Colorado in a nut shell. (F 40659, Mar. 
24, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 60881 

McFadden (A. H.), Lamar, 
Colo. 
Bird pictures. 3. (F 43442, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60822 

New York evening telegram 
(New York herald co. ), 
Jersev City, N. J. 
Book taught Biltins. (F 43107, June 16, 
1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906.) 60328 

(F 43158, June 20, 1906; 2 c. June 

20, 1906. ) 60824 



— (F 43293, June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 
23, 1906. ) 60826 

F 43314, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 

1906. ) 6032£ 



(F 43463, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 

30, 1906.) 60327 

Dream of the Rarebit fiend. (F 43295 
June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 

60328 

(F 43308, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 

25, 1906. ) 60329 

(F 43433, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 

29, 1906.) 60330 

(F 43518, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 

1906.) 60331 

Letters from home. ( F 43464, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60332 

Letters home. (F 43422, June 28, 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906.) 60833 

Merry Ha! Ha! ( F 43108, June 16, 1906; 
2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 60384 

(F 43294, June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 

23, 1906. ) 60886 

Monkeyshines of Marselleen. (F 43275, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906.) 

60886 

(F 43391, June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 

27, 1906.) 60887 



40 



CATALOGUE OF COFYBIOHT J&ITTBIES 



New York evening telcgnm 

(New York herald oo. ), 

Jersey City, N. J. 

Pilgrim's progress. (F 43249, Jane 21, 

1006; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 60888 

(F 43390, June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 

27, 1906. ) 60839 

New York herald company, 
Jersey city, N. J. 

Buster Brown. (F 43273, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 60840 

(F 43420, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 

1906.) 60841 

Feminine fancies. (F 43269, June 22, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 60842 

(F 43423; June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 

1906.) 60848 

Little Nemo in Slumberland. (F 43274, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 

60844 

(F 43421, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 

1906.) 60845 

Little Sammv Sneeze. (F 43271, June 
22, 1906; 2'c. June 25, 1906.) 60846 

(F 43418, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 

2, 1906.) 60847 

Terrors of the Tiny Tads. ( F 43272, June 
22, 1906; 2 c. June 25, •1906.) 60848 

(F 43417, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 

2, 1906. ) 60849 

Wish twins and Aladdins lamp. (F 
43270, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906,) 60850 

(F 43419, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 

2, 1906.) 60851 

New York times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Hy. Mayer goes abroad. In London. 
(F 43309, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 
1906.) 60352 

Ranney & Ferguson co., 
Akron, Ohio. 
Phrenological diagram of the human 
head. (F 43599, July 5, 1906; 2 o. 
June 22, 1906.) 60353 

Robbins (H. I.), Boston, 

Mass. 

Best wishes. (F 43475, June 30, 1906. ) 

60354 
Dinna forget. (F 43469, June 30, 1906. ) 

60355 
Good luck. (F 43470, June 30, 1906. ) 

60356 

Hearty good wishes. ( F 43473, June 30, 

1906. ) 60357 

Hearty greetings and best wishes. (F 
43467, June 30, 1906.) 60358 

Kind thoughts. (F 43474, June 30, 
1906. ) 60359 

Kisses. (F 43466, June 30, 1906. ) 60860 



BobbiiM (H. I.), Boston, 
MaB8. 
Lo¥e and kiases. (F 43465, June 30, 
1906. ) 60861 

Many happy days. (F 43476, June 30, 
1906. ) 60862 

Same old wishes. (F 43472, June 30, 
1906.) 60868 

2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Rose (The) co., Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Allen (V.) (F 43550, July 3, 1906. ) 

60864 

Atlantic City letter. (F 43558, July 3, 

1906. ) 60866 

Bingham (A.) (F 43552, July 3, 1906.) 

603 60 
Chicago letter. ( F 43559, July 3, 1906. ) 

60S6T 
Faversham (W. ) (F 43556, July 3, 1906. ) 

60368 
Hitchcock ( R. ) ( F 43555, July 3, 1906. ) 

60869 

i Lipman (C.) (F 43553, July 3, 1906. ) 
I 60370 

Lonnon ( A. ) (F 43549, July 3, 1906. ) 

60871 
Mansfield (R.) (F 43657, July 3, 1906.) 

60872 
' Mantell ( R. B. ) ( F 43551, July 3, 1906. ) 

60378 
Nethersole (O. ) (F 43554, July 3, 1906. ) 

60374 
2 c. each July 3, 1906. 

1 Schneiderhahn (Max), St. 

Louis, Mo. 
Holy agony. (F 43432, June 29, 1906. ) 

60876 

Mater dolorosa. ( F 43431-, June 29, 1906. ) 

60376 
2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Scribner's (Charles) sons. 
New York, N. Y. 
23 skidoo! skidee! (F 43461, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60877 

I Sheahan ( M. T. ) , Brookline, 

Mass. 
! Be glad you are alive. (F 43491, July 2, 
; 1906.) 60378 

Brother you are weary. ( F 43508, July 
2, 1906.) 60379 

But little time are we on earth . ( F 43498, 
I July 2, 1906.) 60380 

Cheer up. (F 43506, July 2, 1906. ) 

60381 

; Child's (A) prayer. (F 43494, July 2, 

1906.) 60382 

Common things. " (F 43496, July 2, 1906. ) 

60383 

Conscience. (F 43501, July 2, 1906. ) 

60384 



CHKOMOd AND LITHOOKAPHA 



41 



Sheahan (M. T. ), Brookline, 

Do it now. (F 43492, July 2, 1906. ) 

Do not always be a sighing. (F 43510, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60S86 

Don't delay. (F 43506, Julv 2, 1906. ) 

608t7 
Don't worry. (F 43490, July 2, 1906.) 

60S88 
Foi^et it. (F 43504, July 2, 1906. ) 

60889 
Hustle. ( F 43507, July 2, 1906. ) 60890 
Keep a going. ( F 43495, July 2, 1906. ) 

60891 

Keep a generous heart. (F 43512, July 

2, 1906.) 60898 

Keep busy to keep happy. (F 43499, 
July 2, 1906.) 60898 

Make bay while the sun shines. (F 
43513, July 2, 1906. ) 60894 

My home. (F 43503, July 2, 1906. ) 

60896 

Opportunity. ( F 43489, July 2, 1906. ) 

60896 

Relax. (F 43500, July 2, 1906.) 60897 

Sages say. (F 43509, July 2, 1906. ) 

60898 

Salvation. (F 43502, July 2, 1906.) 

60399 

Speak of happiness. (F 43493, July 2, 
1906. ) 60400 

Success. (F 43511 , July 2, 1906. ) 

60401 
2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Shearer, Brehm & Spoon- 
hour, Fayetteville, Pa. 
Thaddeus Stevens' store and office at 
Caledonia, Pa. (F 40218, Mar. 7, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60402 



Smith (Harry L.), Charles- 
town*, Mass. 
Greetings from Boston. (F 43431, June 
29, 1M6; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 60408 

Stierliu (H. A.), 8t Louis, 
Mo. 
Hunter's bluff. (F 42705, June 2, 1906; 
2 c. June 2, 1906. ) 60404 

Stone printing and manufac- 
turing company, Roa- 
noke, Va. 
Calendar. Father time. ( F 43399, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 60406 

Wild wood post card com- 
pany, Wild wood, N. J. 
Going crabbing, no. 1. (F 43325, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 60406 

Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Bub, he's always to blame. (F 43526, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60407 

Herr Spiegleburger undt an udder choke. 
(F 43530, July 2, 1906. ) 60408 

Sambo and his funny noises. (F 43531, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60409 

Simon Simple tests Moee's bomb proof. 
(F 43528, July 2, 1906.) 60410 

Uncle George Washington Bings. (F 
4;«29, July 2, 1906.) 60411 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. (F 
43525, July 2, 1906. ) 60412 

2 c. each July 2, 1906. 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 6,793 



42 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with a aubalphabet of titles under each proprietor. 

To Have npace the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the ttmt 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Courier company of Buffalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Class G, XXc, no. 13444, June 23, 1906; 2 copies received June 23, 1906." 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Show you know. (G 13444, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 60418 

Gallagher (W. H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Elk from our lod^e. (G 13460, June 28, 
1906. ) 60414 

Flatiron. (G 13465, June 28, 1906.) 

60415 

Hello papa. (G 13463, June 28, 1906.) 

60416 

Midnight alarm. (G 13464, June 28, 

1906. ) 60417 

She's at the club. (G 13462, June 28, 

1906. ) 60418 

We don't care. (G 13 J61, June 28, 1906. ) 

60419 
2 c. each June 28, 1906. 

Klee & CO., New York, N. Y. 
Autumn & winter 1906-1907. (G 13454, 

June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906.) 

60420 
Beverly. Fig. 682. (G 13527, July 5, 

1906.) 60421 

Calumet. Fig. 680. (G 13525, July 5, 

1906. ) 60422 

Carlton. Fig. 688. (G 13533, July .-, 

1906 ) 60423 

Figures 689-694. (G 13534, July 5, 1906. ) 

60424 
Figures 695-698. ( G 13535, July 5, 1906. ) 

60425 
Figures 699 to 707. (G 13536, July 5, 

1906. ) 60426 

Foxhall. Fig. 683. (G 13528, July 5, 

1906.) 60427 

Lotus. Fig. 681. (G 13526, Julv 5, 

1906. ) 6<)428 

Madison. Fig. 687. (G 13532, July 5, 

1906. ) 60429 

Plaza. Fig. 685. (G 13530, July 5, 

1906.) 60430 

Saunterer. Fig. 684. (G 13529, July 5, 
1906.) 60431 

Stuyvesant. Fig. 686. (G 13531, July 5, 
1906. ) 60432 

2 c. each July 5, 1906. 

Kurz & Allison, Chicago, 
111. 
Destruction of San Francisco. (G 13501, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60438 



Lee (James), Chicago, 111. 
God bless our home. (G 13476, June 29, 
1906. ) 60434 

Home sweet home. (G 13477, June 29, 
1906.) 60435 

2 c. each June 30, 1906. 

Meek company, Coshocton, 
Ohio. 
See the point. (G 13512, July 5, 1906; 
2 c. July 5, 1906.) 60486 

Minott (George L.), Gard- 
ner, Mass. 
Lake road Ashburnham, Mass. (G 12910, 
Apr. 17, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 1906.) 

60437 

South Gardner, Mass. (G 11218, Oct. 20, 

1905; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 60488 

Rude (A. D. ) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 
Modern fashions, Fall & Winter. 1906- 
1907, plate A. (G 13502, July 2, 1906.) 

60439 

plate B. (G 13503, Julv 2. 1906. ) 

60440 
2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Smithson (Samuel), New 

York, N. Y. 

His friends have been blowing him. (G 

13481, June 30, 1906. ) 60441 

I'll have a high old time. (G 13486, 
June 30, 1906.) 60442 

Oh take 'em a way please. (G 13483, June 
30, 1906. ) 60443 

Race track. (G 13486, June 30, 1906. ) 

60444 
We are out for a cracking good time. (G 

13482, June 30, 1906.) 60445 

We mourn our loss. (G 13484, June 30, 
1906. ) 60446 

1 c. each June 11, 1906; 1 c. each 
June 21, 1906. 

Standard litho. company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Devil among the ladies. (G 13451, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 60447 

Wanamaker & Brown, Phil- 
ad el nh ia Pa 
Fall & winter season 1906^7. Fig. 500. 
(G 13518, July 5, 1906.) 60448 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



48 



Wanamaker & Brown, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Fall & winter season 1906-07. Fig. 501. 
(G 13515, July 5, 1906.) 60449 ' 

Fig. 502. (G 13513, July 5, 1906.) 

60460 
(G 13514, July 5, 1906.) 

60461 I 
(G13521, July5, 1906.) ■ 

60462 , 
(G 13520, July 5, 1906. ) I 

60468 
(G 13516, July 5, 1906. ) 

60464 



Fig. 503. 
Fig. 504. 
Fig. 505. 
Fig. 506. 



Wanamaker & Brown, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Fall & winter season 1906-07. Fig. 507. 
(G 13524, July 5, 1906. ) 60466 

Fig. 508 to 513 inc. (G 13517, July 

5, 1906. ) ' 60466 

Figs. 514 to 518. (G 13522, July 6, 

1906.) 60467 

Fig. 519 to 524 inc. (G 13523, July 

5, 1906. ) 60468 

Figs. 525 to 532 inc. ( G 13519, July 

5, 1906.) 60469 

2 c. each July 5, 1906. 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,481 



44 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIOHT EMTBIE8 



Class h. photographs 

ilmiiircd alphabetically by proprietorv, with a subalphabei of titles ander each proprietor. 

To gave opace the copyright notice after each title la abbreviated. Thus the notice after the fir»t 
title. If prfnte«1 In full, wimld read: "Copyright by Frank Xaver Adelbert, Somem, Mont, daiv 
H, XXc, no. 79954. June 29, 1906. 1 copy received May SI, 1906: 1 copy received June 14, 1906." 



Adelbert (Frank Xaver), 

Somers, Mont. 

Brown Bear. (H 79954, June 29, 1906.) 

60460 
Wild Bear. (H 79955, June 29, 1906.) 

60461 

1 c. each May 31, 1906; 1 c. each 
June 14, 1906. 

American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
A-91115, 91369, 91450, 91458, 91461, 91474, 
91528, 91530, 91533. (H 79050-79058, 
June 7, 1906; 2 c. each June 7, 1906.) 

60462-60470 

Arthur (James), Detroit, 

Mich. 

Across the sea. ( H 79978, June 30, 1906. ) 

60471 
Camp fire. (H 79981, June 30, 1906.) 

60472 
Coaxing. (H 79979, June 30, 1906.) 

60478 

Coming events cast their shadow. (H 

79977, June 30, 1906. ) 60474 

Dolly's prayer. ( H 79988, June30. 1906. ) 

60476 

First lesson. (H 79987, June 30, 1906.) 

60476 

Mother's duty. (H 79986, June 30, 1906.) 

60477 

Pretty well worn. ( H 79980, June 30, 
1906. ) 60478 

Trysting place. ( H 79982, June 30, 1906. ) 

60479 

Xmas dream. ( H 79983, June 30, 1906. ) 

60480 

Wood nymph. (H 79984, June 30, 1906. ) 

60481 

Young fisherman. (H 79985, June 30, 
1906.) 60482 

2 c. each June 30, 1906. 

Beck (Chas. K. R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Interior St. Joseph Catholic church, 
Emmettsburg, Md. (H 79941, June 29, 
1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 60488 

Blosser (J. A.), Snohomish, 
Wash. 
Buffaloes and calves in Pt. Defiance park, 
Tacoma, Wash. 679. (H 79423, June 
15, 1906. ) 60484 

Elk and deer in Pt. Defiance park, 
Tacoma, Wash. 678. (H 79422, June 
15, 1906. ) 60485 



Bloeser (J. A.), Snohomish, 
Wash. 
Gateway to the city of destiny Ta€X>ma, 
Wash*: 681. (H 79425, Jiine 15, 1906.) 

60486 

Largest grain warehouse in the 'world 

Tacoma, Wash. 682. (H 79426, June 

15, 1906.) MM? 

Pt. Defiance Paget Sound, near Tacoma. 
680. (H 79424, June 15, 1906. ) 60488 

Rustic bridge Pt. Defiance park, Tacoma, 
Wash. 676. ( H 79420, June 15, 1906. ) 

60489 

Under the Rustic bridge, Pt. Defiance 
park, Tacoma, Wash. 677. ( H 79421, 
June 15, 1906. ) 60490 

2 c. each June 15, 1906. 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Black fan. 11 x 14. '( H 79014, June 6, 
1906; 2 c. June 6, 1906. ) 60491 

Davidson (W. B.), Narragansett 

Pier, R. I. 

Chicken yard. (H 80179, Julv 3, 1906. ) 

60492 

Yard of chickens. (H 80180, July 3, 
1906.) 80493 

2 c. each July 3, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Back Bay shell road, Biloxi, Miss. 

019264. (H 80224, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906.) 60494 

Benachi avenue oaks, Biloxi, Miss. 

019265. (H 80225, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. ) 60495 

Biloxi light, Biloxi, Miss. 019266. (H 
80226, July 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. ) 

60496 

Christian Science cathedral, Boston, Mass. 
019482. (H 80087, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 60497 

Church of the Redeemer, Biloxi, Miss. 
019267. (H 80227, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906.) 60498 

Dedication of Christian Science cathedral, 
Boston, Mass. 019483. (H 80088, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60499 

Kansas City, Mo. 010983. (H 78988, 
June 6, 1906; 2 c. /une 6, 1906. ) 60600 

Launch of the S. S. Ishpeming. 022250. 
(H 80089, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906.) 60501 



^OTOOBAPHS 



45 



Detroit pablishin^ company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Marvel (Ik). 029135. (H 78986, Jane 
6, 1906; 2 c. June 6, 1906. ) €0602 

no. 029136. ( H 78987, June 6, 1906; 

2 e. June 6, 1906.) 60508 

Point Oyster houses, Biloxi, Miss. 
019268. ( H 80228, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906. ) 60504 

Cickemeyer (Rudolf), Yonk- 
ers, N. Y. 
Meadow pasture. ( H 80064, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60505 

£rick8on (Cfaas. J.), Dixon, 
111. 
Foley (Rev. M.) (H 79953, June 29, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 60506 

Globe stereograph company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Aquaduct, Morelia, Mexico. (H 79654, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60507 

Aquaduct, Queretaro, Mex. (H 79690, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60508 

Avenue of cypress, Chepultepec park. 
City of Mexico. (H 79621, June 19, 
1906. ) 60509 

Aztec handiwork. National museum. City 
of Mexico. (H 79598, June 19, 1906.) 

60510 
Back to nature. Peon mothers* motto, 
Mex. (H 79713, June 19, 1906.) 

60511 

Beautiful Lake Patzcuaro, Mex. (H 

79659, June 19, 1906.) 60512 

Birdseye view of Jalapa, Mexico. (H 
79664, June 19, 1906. ) 60518 

Booths along the Alameda, Holv week, 
City of Mexico. (H 79599, June 19, 
1906.) 60514 

Ball ring and church, Cordoba, Mex. 
(H 79670, June 19, 1906.) 60515 

Burial vaults, Guanajuato, Mex. (H 
79700, J une 19, 1 906. ) 605 16 

(Calendar stone. National museum, Citv 
of Mexico. ( H 79596, June 19, 1906.) 

60517 

Calle Independencia, Vera Cruz, Mex. 
(H 79668, June 19, 1906.) 60518 

Calzada de Guadalupe, Morelia, Mexico. 
(H 79653, June 19, 1906 ) 60519 

Catacombs, Panteon, Guanajuato, Mex. 
(H 79702i June 19, 1906. ) 60520 

Cathedral, Aguas Calientes, Mex. (H 
79703, June 19, 1906.) 60521 

Cathedral from National palace, City of 
Mexico. (H, 79593, June 19, 1906.) 

60522 

Cathedral, Monterey, Mex. (H, 79708, 
Jane 19, 1906. ) 60528 



Globe stereograph company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Cathedral, Morelia, Mexico. (H, 79651, 
June 19, 1906.) 60584 

Cathedral spire thro' leafy boughs, Mon- 
terey, Mex. (H, 79611, June 19, 19C6.) 

•0586 

Cathedral, Zacetecas, Mexico. (H, 79705, 
June 19, 1906.) 60586 

Church of Guadalupe, near City of Mex- 
ico. ( H , 79637, J une 19, 1906. ) 60587 

Church on Sacre Monte, Amecameca, 
Mex. (H,79606,Junel9,1906.) 60588 

Church used for interoceanic station, 
Cuautla, Mex. (H, 79607, June 19, 
1906. ) 60589 

Churchyard entrance and wall, Ameca- 
meca, Mex. (H, 79605, June 19, 1906. ) 

60580 

Close view of coffee tree showing berries, 
Uruapan, Mex. (H, 79663, June 19, 
1906. 60581 

Cocoanut palms. Plaza, Vera Cruz, Mex. 
( H 79669, June 19, 1906. ) 60582 

Coffee field shaded by banana trees, 
Cordoba, Mex. (H 79674, June 19, 
1906. ) 60588 

Coffee trees and laborers, Uruapan, Mex. 
( H 79662, June 19, 1906. ) 60584 

Convent La Cruz, Maximilian's last head- 
quarters, Queretaro, Mex. (H 79689, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60585 

Crowds by the market, Monterev, Mex. 
(H 79709, June 19, 1906.) ' 60586 

Crowds on the Zocalo, City of Mexico. 
(H 79592, June 19, 1906.) 60587 

Double engine on Mexican railway at 
Esperanza. (H 79679, June 19, 1906.) 

60588 

Escuela de Correccion, City of Mexico. 
( H 79616, June 19, 1906. ) 60539 

Extracting silver, method almost obso- 
lete, Guanajuato, Mex. (H 79699, June 
19, 1906. ) 60540 

Facade, La Santisima, City of Mexico. 
(H 7v*631, June 19, 1906.) 60541 

Feast dav crowds in the market place, 
Amatlan, Mex. (H 79671, June 19, 
1906. ) 60542 

Feast day decorations, Santa Anita, Mex. 
( H 79642, June 19, 1906. ) 60548 

Field of pineapples near Cordoba, Mex. 

( H 79672, June 19, 1906. ) 60544 

Fine retail stores along Zocalo, City of 

Mexico. (H 79613, June 19, 1906.) 

60545 
First San Francisco street showing House 

of Tiles. (H 79618, June 19, 1906.) 

60546 
Floating gardens, Santa Anita, Mex. (H 

79641, June 19, 1906.) 60547 



^ 



46 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Globe stereograph company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Flower market, City of Mexico. (H 
79614, June 19, 1906.) 60548 

Fountain marked by tower, Patzcuaro, 
Mex. (H 79658, June 19, 1906.) 60649 

Glimpse of lovely Cuernavaca, Mex. (H 
79644, June 19, 1906.) 60550 

Governor's palace, Guadalajara, Mex. 
(H 79694, June 19, 1906. ) 60551 

Growing pineapples nearly ripe, Mex. 
(H 79673, June 19, 1906.) 60552 

Guadalajara and cathedral, Mexico. (H 
79695, June 19, 1906. ) 60558 

Guanajuato, Mexico, from hill east of 
city { H 79696, June 19, 1906. ) 60554 

Hilly street, Cuernavaca, Mex. (H 
79646, June 19, 1906. ) 60555 

In picturesque Jalapa, Mexico. (H 
79665, June 19, 1906. ) 60556 

In the Plaza, Toluca, Mexico (H 79601, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60557 

Interior, Guadalupe, near city of Mexico. 
(H 79638, June 19, 1906. ) 60558 

Interior of cathedral, Puebla, Mex. ( H 
79681, June 19, 1906.) 60559 

Interoceanic railway station, Puebla, 
Mex. (H 79609, June 19, 1906.) 60560 

Large dug out canoe, I^ke Patzcuaro, 
Mex. (H 79604, June 19, 1906. ) 60661 

Lavanderia, public laundry, Jalapa, Mex. 
(H 79666, June 19, 1906. ) 60662 

Leaving church, Easter morning city of 
Mexico. (H 79632, June 19, 19ii6. ) 

60563 

Looking from Cholulu to Popocatepetl, 
Mex. (H 79682, June 19, 1906.) 60664 

Looking west over Zocalo from palace, 
Citv of Mexico. (H 79591, June 19, 
1906. ) 60665 

Magnificent cathedral, Puebla, Mex. (H 
79680, June 19, 1906. ) 60666 

Main street and portales, Toluca, Mex. 
(H 79649, June 19, 1906.) 60667 

Market and marketers, Cuernavaca, Mex. 
(H 79647, June 19, 1906.) 60668 

Market, group and cargedor, Morelia, 
Mex. (H 79652, June 19, 1906.) 60569 

Market, Guadalupe, near city of Mexico. 
(H 79623, June 19, 1906.) 60670 

Market, Toluca, Mexico. ( H 79650^ June 
19, 1906.) 60671 

Monuments, National museum. City of 
Mexico. (H 79597, June 19, 1906.) 

60672 

Mountain spring water running down 
street, Uruapan, Mex. (H 79660, June 
19, 1906. ) 60678 

National palace, City of Mexico. (H 
79595, June 19, 1906.) 60674 



Globe stereograph company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Native family and huts, Mexico. (H 
79675, June 19, 1906. ) 60575 

Native ferry boats, Rio Papaloapan, Mex. 
(H 79677, June 19, 1906.) 60576 

Near view of Cathedral, City of Mexico. 
(H 79594, June 19, 1906. ) 60577 

Noche Triste tree, suburb. City of Mexico. 
(H 79622, June 19, 1906.) 60578 

Oleander bordered street, Cuautla, Mex. 
(H 79608, June 19, 1906. ) 60579 

On the Viga canal at Santa Anita, Mex. 
(H 79640, June 19, 1906. ) 60580 

Organ and other cacti, Queretaro, Mex. 
(H 79691, June 19, 1906.) 60581 

Ox carts at Coapa, Mex. (H 79656, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60582 

Palm cottages and buzzards, Hot lands, 
Mexico. ( H 79676, June 19, 1906. ) 

60588 

Peon family at home, Ixtapalapan. ( H 
79643, June 19, 1906. ) 60584 

seeing the city of Mexico. ( H 79600, 

June 19, 1906.) 60585 

Peon group awaiting their car, Citv of 
Mexico. (H 79627, June 19, 1906.) 

60586 

Peon mother carries baby in her Rebossa, 
City of Mexico. (H 79625, June 19, 
1906. ) 60587 

Perpetual burial vaults, Guanajuato, 
Mex. (H 79701, June 19, 1906.) 

60588 

Plaza and cathedral, Matamoros, Mex. 
(H 79712, June 19, 1906.) 60589 

Plaza Santo Domingo, City of Mexico. 
( H 79634, June 19, 1906. ) 60690 

Plowing with stick plow, Cholulu, Mex. 
(H 79683, June 19, 1906. ) 60591 

Portales, along the Zocalo, City of Mexico. 
(H 79636, June 19, 1906.) 60592 

Portales and cathedral tower, Guadala- 
jara, Mex. (H 79693, June 19, 1906.) 

60598 

Portales, Santo Domingo, City of Mexico. 
(H 79635, June 19, 1906.) 60594 

Potterv market, Matamoros, Mex. (H 
79612, June 19, 1906.) 60598 

Quaint chapel, Queretaro, Mex. (H 
79610, June 19, 1906.) 60596 

River at Santa Lucretia, Isthmus Te- 
huan tepee, Mex. (H 79678, June 19, 

1906. ) 60697 

San Francisco cathedral, Cuernavaca, 
Mex. ( H 79645, June 19, 1906. ) 

60598 

San Francisco church, Toluca, Mexico. 
(H 79624, June 19, 1906.) 60699 



PHOTOOBAPHS 



47 



- Globe stereograph company, 
Chicago, 111. 
San Francisco street, City of Mexico. ( H 
79633, June 19, 1906. ) 60600 

from Zocalo, City of Mexico. (H 

79619, June 19, 1906. ) 60601 

San Hipolito begun in 1599, City of 
Mexico. (H 79615, June 19, 1906. ) 

60602 

Santa Rosa, Queretaro, Mex. (H 79692, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60608 

Santisima, City of Mexico. (H 79630, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60604 

Score of school children, Amecameca, 
Mex. (H 79687, June 19, 1906.) 

60605 
Securing daily water supply, Zacetecas, 
Mex. (H 79707, June 19, 1906. ) 

60606 

Shrine lined ascent to Sacra Monte, 

Ameca, Mex. (H 79688, June 19, 

1906. ) 60607 

Silvery Rio Grande ferry, Matamoros, 
Mex. (H 79714, June 19, 1906.) 

60608 

Soldiers, Amecameca, Mex. (H 79685, 
June 19, 1906. ) 60609 

Soledad de Santa Cruz, City of Mexico. 
(H 79617, June 19, 1906. ) 60610 

Street and cathedral, Morelia, Mex. (H 
79602, June 19, 1906.) 60611 

Street cars at railway station, Patzcuaro, 
Mex. (H 79603, June 19, 1906. ) 

60612 
Street fountain and shrine, Patzcuaro, 
Mex. (H 79657, June 19, 1906.) 

60618 

Street rausidans, Guanajuato, Mex. (H 

79698, June 19, 1906.) 60614 

Sugar mill established by Cortez — near 
Cuemavaca, Mex. (H 79648, June 19, 
1906. ) 60615 

Superb facade, Cathedral, Zacetecas, Mex. 
(H 79706, June 19, 1906. ) 60616 

Teatro Juarez, Guanajuato, Mex. (H 
79697, June 19, 1906.) 60617 

They like to see the cars come in. Mex- 
ico. (H 79710, June 19, 1906.) 60618 

Thieves market. City of Mexico. (H 
79626, June 19, 1906. ) 60619 

Top of aquaduct showing running water, 
Morelia, Mex. (H 79655, June 19, 
1906. ) 60620 

Toy sellers, Alameda during Holy week, 
City of Mexico. ( H 79620, June 19, 
1906. ) 60621 

Typical peons, Amecameca, Mex. (H 
79686, June 19, 1906. ) 60622 

Unloading vegetables, Viga canal, near 
citv of Mexico. (H 79639, June 19, 
1906.) 60628 



Globe stereograph company, 
Chicago, III. 
Vera Cruz from harbor, Mexico. (H 
79667, June 19, 1906.) 60624 

Washing by the mountain stream, Urua- 
pan, Mex. ( H 79661, June 19, 1906. ) 

60625 

Water carrier, Amecameca, Mex. (H 
79684, June 19, 1906. ) 60626 

Wooding up, branch R. R. in Mexico. 
(H 79711, June 19, 1906.) 60627 

Zacetecas, Mexico, from hill east of city. 
(H 79704, June 19, 1906.) 60628 

Zocalo and cathedral, City of Mexico. 
(H 79715, June 19, 1906.) 60629 

2 c. each June 21, 1906. 

Good (David D.), Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 
Long day (H 79903, June 27, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906. ) 60680 

Graves (C. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
San Francisco earthauake April 18, 1906 
camp of the homeless in the haven of 
refuge Golden Gate park. 5346 (H 
79289, June 11 , 1906. ) 60681 

From the Chronicle bldg. toward 

Chinatown and Telegraph Hill. 5337. 
(H 79280, June 11, 1906.) 60682 

Houses on Howard street after the 



earth quaked. 5342. (H 79285, June 
11, 1906.) 60688 

— Making the best of it. 5344. (H 
79287, June 11, 1906.) 60684 

— Memorial arch, Leland Stanford 
university, Palo Alto. 5347. (H 
79290, June 11, 1906.) 60685 

— Patients camped on the grounds of 
the ruined Agnews Insane Asylum. 
5348. (H 79291, June 11, 1906.) 60686 

— Post office in Hamilton Square 
refugee camp. 5341. (H 79284, June 
11, 1906.) 60687 

— Ruins of St. Patrick's cathedral. 
5343. (H 79286, June 11, 1906.) 

60638 

— Smouldering devastated city from 
Telegraph Hill. 5338. (H 79281, June 
11, 1906.) 60689 

Southwest from the Chronicle build- 



ing toward City Hall. 5339. (H 79282, 
June 11, 1906.) 60640 

— Supply depot and refugee camp in 
Hamilton Square. 5340. (H 79283, 
June 11, 1906.) 60641 

thousands of hungry and homeless 



in the bread line Golden Gate park. 
5345. (H 79288, June 11, 1906.) 60642 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 



48 



CATALOOUB OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Harris & Ewing, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Fairbanks (Vice President). (H 79909, 
June 14, 1906; 2 c. June 14, 1906. ) 

60848 

Hastings (T. K.), Flatbush, 
N. Y. 
Horn Dog and family. (H 80200, June 
25, 1906. ) 60644 

Pawnee, the Redskin giant new. 1 <& 2. 
(H 8019iMi0199, June 25, 1906.) 

60646-^0646 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Hohnes (Edwin F.), Salt 
Uke Citv, Utah. 
Augusta bridge. ( H 80167, June 30, 
1906. ) 60647 

Caroline bridge. (H 80168, June 30, 
1906. ) 60648 

Edwin bridge. ( FI 80169, June 30, 1906. ) 

60649 
2 c. each June 20, 1906. 

Hunt (Phinney S. ), Valdez, 
Alaska. 
Copper river natives, Doc Billam and his 
klutch. G 799 (H 79937, June 29, 
1906.) 60650 

Natives camped opposite Copper Center, 
Alaska. G 753 (H 79936, June 29, 
1906.) 60661 

Tonsina river natives. G 730 (H 79935, 
June 29, 1906. ) 60662 

2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Imperial chocolates com- 
pany, Cambridge, Mass. 
Empress. (H 79815, June 7, 1906; 2 c. 
June 1, 1906.) 60653 

Jones (L. M.), photo co., 
Columbus, Ohio. 
Plant of the Columbus buggy company. 
(H 79492, June 16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 
1906. ) 60684 

King (James B. ), Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
City Hall San Francisco in ruins after 
earthquake and fire. (H 79556, June 
18, 1906.) 60656 

Cliff House from Sutro Heights, San 
Francisco, Cal. (H 79551, June 18, 
1906. ) 60656 

Fair 'Frisco devastated by earthquake 
and tire April 18th, 1906. (H 79561, 
June 18, 1906.) 60657 

First Congregational church and sur- 
roundings, San Francisco, went with 
the flames. (H 79564, June 18, 1906. ) 

60668 

Lincoln public school, Fifth street, San 
Francisco, a total wreck. (H 79562, 
June 18, 1906.) 60659 



King (James B. ), Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Lone sarviving skyscraper, the Chronicle 
Annex, San Francisco. (H 79565, 
June 18, 1906. ) 60660 

Los Angeles relief camp feeding the ref- 
ugees, Golden Gate Park, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (H 79555, June 18, 1906.) 

60661 

Market street, San Francisco, after the 
debris was cleared away. (H 79566, 
June 18, 1906.) 60662 

Old Mission, front view, Santa Barbara, 
Cal. ( H 79553, June 18, 1906. ) 60663 

side view. (H 79552, June 18, 

1906. ) 60664 

One of San Francisco's big hotels, a total 
wreck. (H 79563, June 18, 1906.) 

60665 

Prides of San Francisco torn asunder by 
earthquake and fire. (H 79567, June 
18, 1906.) 60666 

Ruins in the heart of the wholesale dis- 
trict, San Francisco. (H 79560, June 
18, 1906.) 60667 

Ruins surrounding Union Square and 
Dewey moument, San Francisco. (H 
79557, June 18, 1906. ) 60668 

Stockton street, San Francisco a mass of 
terrible destruction by the earthquake. 
(H 79559, June 18, 1906.) 60669 

Swan's retreat Golden Gate Park, San 
Francisco, Cal. (H 79554, June 18, 
1906.) 60670 

Third, Mission and Market, San Francisco. 
(H 79558, June 18, 1906.) 60671 

2 c. each June 18, 1906. 

Korner & Wood co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
After the shower. (H 79929, June 29, 
1906. ) 60672 

Cherry blossoms. (H 79930, June 29, 
1906. ) 60678 

Evening (H 79933, June 29, 1906.) 

60674 

Misty morning (H 79931, June 29, 
1906. ) 60675 

Night. ( H 79934, June 29, 1906. ) 60676 

Old inn. (H 79932, June 29, 1906.) 

60677 
2 c. each June 14, 1906. 

Koster (Francis J.), St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Old and new St. Louis, nos. 1 to 3. (H 
78035-78037, May 14, 1906. ) 

60678-60680 
1 c. each May 14, 1906; 1 c. each 
July 2, 1906. 



PHOT0QRAPH8 



id 



Krebaum (Charles A.), 
LaCroaee, Wis. 
Altar in chapel of perpetual adoration 
showing painting. ( H 79940, June 29, 
1906.) 60681 

U. C. T. Welcome arch, at La Crosse, 
Wis. (H 79938, June 29, 1906.) 

60682 

Welcome arch northwestern Scandina- 
vian singers association at La Crosse, 
AVis. (H 79939, June 29, 1906.) 60683 

2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Lawrence (Geo. R. ) co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Fourth annual banquet, Millers' mass 
convention, Milwaukee, Wis. (H 
80062, July 2, 1906. ) 60684 

National Inter-State telephone associa- 
tion banquet. White City, Chicago. 
(H 80063, July 2, 1906. ) 60686 

San Jose, Cal. (H 80061, July 2, 1906. ) 

60686 
2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Lockman (E. W.), Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 
Lockman' s friendship chart. (H 8(X)45, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 

60687 

Loeffler (A.), Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
Kearsarge (U. S. S. ), No. 1102. ( H 79877, 
June 26, 1906. ) 60688 

Missouri ( U. S. S. ), No. 1103. ( H 79878, 
Jane 26, 1906. ) 60689 

2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Boardman (Miss J.) nos. 1 to 5. (H 
79971-79975, June 30, 1906. ) 

60690-60694 

Batcheler (Mrs. F.), no. 1. (H 79976, 
June 30, 1906. ) 60695 

2 c. each June 30, 1906. 

Neal (Hilliary N.), Miami, 
Fla. 
Canoe Tom Tiger was building. ( H 801 59, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60696 

Deserted village of Tom Tiger's follow- 
ers. (H 80162, July 2, 1906. ) 60697 

Tom Tiger's canoe. (H 80164, July 2, 
1906.) 60698 

Tom Tiger's grave. (H 80163, July 2, 
1906. ) 60699 

Tom Tiger's grave as left bv Seminole 
Indians. ( H 80160, July 2," 1906. ) 

60700 



Neal (Hilliary N.), Miami, 
Fla. 
Tom Tiger's home. (H 80161, July 2, 
1906. ) 60701 

1 c. each June 29, 1906; 1 c. each Apr. 
16, 1906. 

Nicoll (Wm. T.), Wheeling, 
W. Va. 
Citv Bank of Wheeling, W. Va. (H 
79942, June 29, 1906. ) 60708 

St. Matthews church and rectory. Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. (H 79943, June 29, 1906.) 

60703 
Soldiers and Sailors monument. Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. ( H 79944, June 29, 1906. ) 

60704 

Woodsdale mansion. Wheeling, W. Va. 

( H 79945, June 29, 1906. ) 60705 

2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Pach bros.. New York, N. Y. 
Ebray ( A. ) , cabinet, nos. 81380 A, 81380 
C & 81380 G. (H 79896-79898, June 
27, 1906. ) 60706-60708 

2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Patterson (A. L.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Record trip of 2,000 miles in the far 
North. (H 79853, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 60709 

Photograph company of 
America, Chicago, 111. 
Calla lily. ( H 79485, June 16, 1906. ) 

60710 

Dress maker made it. (H 79481, June 
16,1906.) 60711 

Every little bit helps. (H 79475, June 
16,1906.) 60712 

I just came over. (H 79482, June 16, 
1906.) 60718 

In (ieep thought. (H 79470, June 16, 
1906. ) 60714 

Just from the furrier. (H 79487, June 
16, 1906.) 60715 

Laying aside for a rainy day. (H 79484, 
June 16, 1906. ) 60716 

Miss Breezy. ( H 79480, June 16, 1906. ) 

60717 

Mips Cravenette. (H 79469, June 16, 
1906.) 60718 

Beady for cold weather. ( H 79478, June 
16,1906.) 60719 

Ready for the artist. (H 79483, June 16, 
1906. ) 60720 

Rose in bloom. (H 79477, June 16, 
1906. ) 60721 

Well protected. (H 79479, June 16, 
1906. ) 60722 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 



3595— PT 4, NO 3—06- 



50 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTKIES 



Pillsburv pictiif^ com pan v, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Citv hall ruiDS. no. 223. (H 79095, 
Jane 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 60728 

no. 226. (H 79098, June 8, 1906; 

2 c. June 8, 1906.) 60724 

no. 400. (H 79359, June 13, 1906; 

2 c. June 13, 1906.) 60725 

no. 401. (H 79358, June 13, 1906; 

2 c. June 13, 1906.) 60726 

no. 402. (H 79361, June 13, 1906; 

2 c. June 13, 1906. ) 60727 

City hall tower, no. 404. (H 79364, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 

60728 

Crocker residence, California st. no. 19. 
{H 78546, June 1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 
1906. ) 60729 

Distributing food from the Young men's 
Hebrew association, no. 51. (H 79094, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 60780 

Entrance to Stanford grounds, no. 89. 
(H 79093, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906.) 60781 

Fire chiefs at city hall ruins, no. 402. 
(H 79360, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 
1906. ) 60782 

Grapd, Palace hotel. ( H 79293, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60788 

Grant bid. S. F. Post office, no. 406. 
(H 79362, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 
1906.) 60784 

Hibernia bank ruins, no. 225. (H 79097, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 60785 

James Flood bid. no. 405. (H 79363, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 

60786 

Market st. from Ferry, East st. no. 20. 
(H 78547, June 1, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 
1906. ) 60737 

New San Francisco born April 18, 1906. 
(H 79341, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 60788 

Ruins about Mechanic's fountain; no. 220. 
(H 79100, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906. ) 60789 

Ruins Native Son's hall. no. 221. (H 
79101, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. 

60740 

Majestic theatre; no. 219. (H 

79099, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

60741 
Poodle dog cafe. no. 222. (H 



79102, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

60742 

Tivoli opera house ruins, no. 224. (H 

79096, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

69748 

View down Market st. no. 246. (H 

79357, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 

1906.) 60744 



Powers (W. F. ) company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Hello Central. ( H 80165, June 27, 1906; 
2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 60745 

Puffer (B. Frank), New 
York, N. Y. 
McDonald (J. E.) nos. 1, 2, & 3. (H 
80216-80218, July 5, 1906.) 

60746-60746 
McDonald (Mrs. J. £. ) noe. 1 <& 2. 
(H 80214-80215, July 5, 1906.) 

60749-60750 
2 c. each July 5, 1906. 

Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, Mass. 
Thwing (C. F.) nos. 1-3. (H 79946- 
79948, June 29, 1906; 2 c. each June 

29, 1906.) 60751-60758 

Qui m by ( Ed ward Webster ) , 

Y'alesville, Conn. 

Home bank at night. (H 79959, June 

30, 1906. ) 60704 

Record block at night. (H 79958, June 
30, 1906. ) 60755 

2 c. each June 21, 1906. 

Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Alligator farm on Anastasia Island. (H 
80105, July 2, 1906.) 60756 

Anastasia Light house from the beach. 
(H 80106, July 2, 1906.) 60757 

Auto parade, Hotel Ormond. (H 80109, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60758 

Bav streetand big tree, Nassau. (H 80141, 
July 2, 1906.) 60759 

Bicycle chairs on the beach. (H 80112, 
July 2, 1906.) 60160 

Breton inn and the beach. (H 80111, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60761 

Cathedral, poetoffice and riyer. (H 
80102, July 2, 1906. ) 60762 

Cemetery and pyramid tombs. ( H 80104, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60768 

Coin divers. ( H 80149, July 2, 1906. ) 

60764 

Court and entrance to Hotel Ponce de 

Leon. ( H 80096, July 2, 1906. ) 60765 

Carnival on the Prado. (H 80136, July 2, 
1906. ) 60766 

Ceiba or silk cotton tree. (H 80142, 
July 2, 1906. ) 60767 

Columbus chapel. (H 80137, July 2, 
1906. ) 60768 

Dade county court house. (H 80130, 
July 2, 1906.) 60769 

Dodge's old house. (H 80099, July 2, 
1906.) 60770 

End of navigable water on the Tamoka. 
(H 80116, July 2, 1906.) 60771 



PHOTOOEAPHS 



51 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Eating fruit on Hog Island. (H 80146, 
July 2, 1906. ) 80772 

Flagler memorial Presbyterian church. 
( H 80098, July 2, 1906. ) 80778 

Fort Marion from the northeast. (H 
80093, July 2, 1906. ) 80774 

Hog Island light house and Nassau. ( H 
80139, July 2, 1906. ) 80775 

Home, sweet home in Congo village. ( H 
80147, July 2, 1906. ) 80778 

Hotel Alcazar. (H 80097, July 2, 1906. ) 

80777 

Hotel Breakers. ( H 80128, July 2, 1906. ) 

80778 

Hotel Colonial from the harbor. (H 
8014' t, July 2, 1906.) 80779 

Hotel Ormond, on the Halifax. (H 
80107, July 2, 1906. ) 80780 

Hotel Ponce de Leon. ( H 80095, Jul v 2, 
1906.) 60781 

Hotel Royal Poinciana. (H 80124, Julv 
2, 1906.) 80782 

Kentucky trail. ( H 80113, July 2, 1906. ) 

80788 

Lunch at the log cabin. (H 80117, Julv 

2, 1906.) 8078*4 

Marti statue and Hotel Inglaterre. (H 
80135, July 2, 1906. ) 80786 

Miami (S. S. ) at galling time. ( H 80148, 
July 2, 1906.) 80788 

on Biscarne Bav. ( H 80150, Julv 2, 

1906.) " ' 80787 

Moat of Fort Charlotte. (H 80144, July 
2, 1906.) 80788 

Moro and Cabanas castles. (H 80133, July 
2,1906.) 60789 

Moss-embowered (A) home. (H 80122, 
July 2, 1906.) 80790 

National bank of Jacksonville and P. 0. 
(H 80091, July 2, 1906.) 80791 

New Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Fla. 
(H 80090, July 2, 1906. ) 80792 

Old citv gates, St. Augustine. (H 80094, 
July '2, 1906.) ' 80793 

Old oak and club house. ( H 80110, July 
2, 1906. 80794 

Old slave market. ( H 80103, Julv 2, 1906. ) 

60796 

Old Vedder house. (H 80100, Julv 2, 

1906. ) 60796 

Oldest house. (H 80101, July 2, 1906.) 

60797 

Orange blossoms. (H 80123, July 2, 

1906. ) 60798 

Osceola road. (H 80120, July 2, 1906.) 

60799 

Overhanging tree on the upper Tamoka. 

(H 80115, July 2, 1906.) 60800 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 

X, 111. 
to ocean. (H 80127, 
July 2, 1906.) 80801 

Pftnoraina from lighthouse, Key West. 
( H 80131, July 2, 1906. ) 80808 

Porches of Hotel Ormond. (H 80108, 
July 2, 1906.) 80808 

President's palace. (H 80138, Julv 2, 
1906. ) 80804 

Queen's staircase. (H 80145, Julv 2, 
1906.) 80806 

Ridge wood avenue, Daytona. (H 80118, 
July 2, 1906. ) 80808 

Royal Palm hotel, Miami. (H 80129, 
July 2, 1906. ) 80807 

Ruins of old Spanish fort, New Smyrna. 
(H 80121, July 2, 1906.) 80808 

St. Augustine over the ramparts of Fort 
Marion. (H 80092, July 2, 1906. ) 

80809 

Sponges and sponge fleet. (H 80132, 
July 2, 1906.) 80810 

Street corner fruit stand. (H 80143. July 
2,1906.) 60811 

Three pronged palmetto. (H 80119, July 
2, 1906.) 60812 

Upper deck of the Princess Issena. (H 
80114, July 2, 1906.) 60818 

West Palm beach. (H 80125, Julv 2, 
1906.) 60814 

Whitehall. (H 80126, Julv 2, 1906.) 

60816 

Wreck of the Maine. (H 80134, Julv 2, 

1906.) 60816 

2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Savage (Charles Mead), 
Warren Pa 
Butter-Balls (H 79952, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. May 25, 1906.) 60817 

Schwemberger (Simeon), 
St. Michaels, Ariz. 
Altar Cochiti church. (H 79312, June 
11, 1906.) 60818 

Belle of Cochiti. (H 79323, June 11, 
1906.) 60819 

Belle of Cochiti. (H 79311, June 11, 
1906.) 60820 

Cochiti church. (H 79340, June 11, 
1906.) 80821 

Cochiti Indian children. (H 79313, June 
11, 1906.) 60822 

choir. (H 79320, June 11, 1906.) 

60823 
dance. (H 79314, June 11, 1906.) 

60824 
girl. (H 79334, June 11, 1906. ) 

60826 
girls. . (H 79333, June 11, 1906.) 

60826 



52 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Schwemberger (Simeon), 
St. Michaels, Ariz. 
Gochiti Indian lady dancers. (H 79325, 
June 11, 1906.) 60827 

maiden. (H 79327, June 11, 1906. ) 

60828 

school house. (H 79335, June 11, 

1906. ) 60829 

stable. (H 79338, June 11, 1906.) 

60880 

'- wife and child. (H 79332, June 11, 

1906. ) 60831 

Cochiti Indians, brother and sister. (H 
79339, June 11, 1906. ) 60832 

Comanche dance by Cochiti Indians. (H 
79337, June 11, 1906.) 60833 

Comanche war dance by Cochiti Indians. 
(H 79336, June 11, 1906.) 60834 

Cripina. (H 79321, June 11, 1906.) 

60836 

Dine Tsosi Xavajo war chief. (H 79315, 

June 11, 1906.) 60886 

Navajo Indian war chief. ( H 79310, 

June 11, 1906.) 60837 

•• the only Navajo war chief living. 

(H 79309, June 11, 1906.) 60838 

Governor of Cochiti and his family. ( H 
79330, June 11, 1906.) 60839 

Indian war dances. Cochiti. (H 79307, 
June 11, 1906.) 60840 

Lupita, Cochiti Indian woman and child. 
(H 79326, June 11, 1906.) 60841 

Mah yo, Cochiti Indian. (H 79331, June 
11,1906.) 60842 

Margarita, Chochiti Indian lady. (H 
79329, June 11, 1906.) 60843 

Pueblo Cochiti. (H 79324, June 11, 1906. ) 

60844 

Que sho me tsa, sleeping. (H 79328, 

June 11, 1906.) 60846 

Rosaria and Jose. (H 79322, June 11, 
1906. ) 60846 

Rosaria Suina. (H 79317, June 11, 1906. ) 

60847 

Santiago Quintana, governor of Cochiti. 

(H 79316, June 11, 1906.) 60848 

Ute dance by Cochiti Indians. ( H 79318, 
June 11, 1906.) 60849 

Victoria. (H 79319, June 11, 1906.) 

60860 

War dance, Cochiti Indians. (H 79308, 

June 11, 1906.) 60861 

2 c. each June 11, 1906. 

Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Bird's eye view of Bloemfontein capital 
of the Orange Free State, South Africa. 
2503. (H 78642, June 4, 1906. ) 60862 

Blarney Ca43tle, Ireland. 803. (H 78811, 
June 4, 1906. ) ^ 60863 



Smith (W. 8.), xMeadville, 
Pa. 
Busy harbor of Bergeir, Norway. 2201. 
(H 78787, June 4, 1906.) 60864 

Bv Alloway auld haunted kirk, Avr, 
Scotland. 204. (H 78738, June "4, 
1906. ) 60855 

Castle of Chillon and lake Geneva, Swit- 
zerland. 2007. (H 78724, June 4, 
1906.) 60856 

Ding (Dr.), a teacher in Foochow, China. 
2409. (H 78774, June 4, 1906.) 60857 

Dipping salmon in the Fraser river, B. C. 
Canada. 1005. (H 78767, June 4, 
1906.) 60858 

Girls in summer and winter costumes, 
Stockholm, Sweden. 2101. ( H 78784, 
June 4, 1906. ) 60859 

Harbor Marseilles, France. 1803. (H 
78782, June 4, 1906.) 60860 

In the market place, Trichinopoly, India. 
1309. (H 78793, June 4, 1906.) 60861 

Kurdenfield bridge, Berne, Switzerland. 
2008. (H 78721, June 4, 1906.) 60862 

Lucerne the beautiful, portal to the land 
of mountains, Switzerland. 2010. (H 
78749, June 4, 1906. ) 60863 

Morning service in the Seminary chapel, 
Santiago, Cuba. 1104. (H 78729, June 
4, 1906. ) 60864 

Old prison tower, Berne, Switzerland. 
2006. (H 78714, June 4, 1906.) 60865 

Oregon (U. S. battleship) stern view. 
1544. ( H 78699, June 4, 1906. ) 60866 

Patrick's bridge, Cork, Ireland. 802. 
(H 78810, June 4, 1906. ) 60867 

Picturesque inlet of Santiago harbor from 
Morro castle, Cuba. 1103. (H 78730, 
June 4, 1906.) 60868 

Rope bridge, Carrick-a-Rede, Ireland. 
806. (H 78812, June 4, 1906.) 60869 

Scotland's pride, the Forth bridge, Scot- 
land. 209. (bl 78735, June 4, 1906.) 

60870 

Stadium where the Olympian games were 
held, Athens, Greece. 2302. (H 78778, 
June 4, 1906.) 60871 

Temple of heaven, the emperor's place of 
worship, Peking, China. 2403. (H 
78768, June 4, 1906.) 60872 

Ye banks and braes o' bonny Doon, Scot- 
land. 205. (H 78737, June 4, 1906.) 

60873 
2 c. each June 8, 1906. 

Stewart (Charles) , Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Jones (J. P.) (H 79917, June 28, 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 60874 



PHOTOOSAPHS 



58 



Strauss (J. C. )? Bt. Louis, 
Mo. 
Fullerton (Rev. B. P.) (H 79895, June 
27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 60876 

Stroud ( W. J. ) , Rock Spring, 
Wyo. 
City hall on Larkin street (H 79921, 
June 28, 1906.) 60876 

Cliff house and seal rocks. (H 79927, 
June 28, 1906.) 60877 

Effect of earthquake on a section of frame 
dwellings. (H 79920, June 28, 1906.) 

60878 
Gvmnasium of the Leland Stanford uni- 
versity. (H 79922, June 28, 1906.) 

60879 

Looking up Mason st. from Market st. 

(H 79926, June 28, 1906.) 60880 

Main archway of the Leland Stanford 
university. (H 79923, June 28, 1906. ) 

60881 

Ruins of Strathmore and city hall, on 

Larkin st. (H 79919, June 28, 1906.) 

60882 

Scene on Mason st. (H 79924, June 28, 

1906. ) 60888 

Tearing down First National Bank build- 
ing, corner of Bush <& Sansome streets. 
(H 79925, June 28, 1906.) 60884 

View of Clay street. (H 79918, June 28, 
1906. ) 60885 

2 c. each June 28, 1906. 

Taylor (Johin) dry j;oods 

companv, Kansas City, 

Mo. 

Old Watt's mill on Indian creek. (H 

79928, June. 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 

1906. ) 60886 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast, Me. 
Cape Jellison No. 4, Stockton, Me. (H 
80219, July 5, 1906. ) 60887 

Main street, Stockton, Me. (H 80223, 
July 5, 1906.) 60888 

No. 1. (H 80222, July 5, 1906. ) 

60889 

Mill pond, Stockton, Me. ( H 80220, July 

5, 1906.) 60890 

Slip, Stockton, Me. (H 80221, July 5, 
1906.) 60891 

2 c. each Julv 5, 1906. 

Tupper (H. William), Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 
Harvard XJniversitv, 1906 class. (H 
79016, June 7, 1906.) 60892 

1909 class. (H 79017, June, 1906.) 

60898 
1 c. each Mav 28, 1906; 1 c. each 
June 21, 1906. 



Underwood and I'nder- 
wood. New York, N. Y. 
U 60904, 80a55. (H 7991(>>79911, June 
28, 1906; 2 c. each June 28, 1906. ) 

60894-60898 

U 82278, 82671, 82694. (H 79845-79847, 

June 25, 1906; 2 c. each June 25, 1906.) 

60896-60898 

■ U 90662-2. ( H 79912, June 28, 1906; 2 c. 

June 28, 1906. ) 60898 

: U 90884. (H 80181, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. 
< July 3, 1906. ) 60900 

I U 90988, 91686, 91687. (H 79848-79850, 
' June 25, 1906; 2 c. each June 25, 1906. ) 

60901-60908 

I U 91745. (H 80182, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. 

July 3, 1906. ) 60904 

' U 91757, 91790. (H 79839-79840, June 
I 25, 1906; 2 c. each June 25, 1906. ) 
' 60906-60906 

I U 91849, 91856. (H 80183-80184, July 3, 
I 1906; 2 c. each July 3, 1906. ) 

60907-60908 

I U 92162, 92502, 92504, 92506. ( H 79841- 

i 79844, June 25, 1906; 2 c. each June 25, 

1906. ) 60909-60912 

U 92506-2. ( H 79838, June 25, 1906; 2 
c. June 25, 1906. ) 60918 

U 92610. (H 79837, June 25, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 60914 

U 92532. (H 80185, Julv 3, 1906; 2 c. 
July 3, 1906.) 60916 

U 92536. (H 79536, June 28, 1906; 2 c. 
June 28, 1906. ) 60916 

U 92536-2, 92536-3, 92536-4. ( H 79914- 
79916, June 28, 1906; 2 c. each June 28, 
1906.) 60917-60919 

United States stereograph 
CO., U. S. 

Capitol, Washington. B 1. (H 79547, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 

60920 

Castle Neuschwanstein and Alpaee, Ger- 
manv. B 302. (H 78638, June 4, 1906; 
2 c. June 4, 1906.) 60921 

Falls of Rustven, Norway. B311. (H 
79549, JunelS, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906. ) 

60922 

Great Falls of the Yellowstone, W voiuing. 
B 3. (H 79548, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 60923 

Great Matterhorn, Switzerland. B 306. 
(H 78639, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 
1906. ) 60924 

Keppler's cascade, Yellowstone park, 
Wyoming. B 7. (H 78686, June 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 60926 

Mountain road, Rockv Mountains, Colo. 
B 6. ( H 78635, June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 
4, 1906. ) 60926 



54 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



United States stereograph 
CO., U. S. 
Windsor castle and upper Thames river, 
Windsor, England. B 310. (H 78640, 
June 4, 1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 60927 

Winter scene. Prospect park, Niagara 
Falls. B 2. ( H 78634, June 4, 1906; 
2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 60928 

Yosemite Falls, Yosemite Vallev, Cal. 
B 11. (H 78637, June 4, 1906; 2 c. 
June 4, 1906. ) 60929 

Wasson (C. L. ), Decatur, 111. 
Blossoms and fruit, Refreshing Tardiff 
oranges on the tree, Florida. (H 

79344, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 
1906. ) 60980 

City hall and grounds, San Jose, Cal. 
(H 79210, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 60981 

Common alligator. (H 79208, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60982 

Famous Poet of the Sierras, Joaquin Mil- 
ler, before his interesting home. (H 
80056, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 

60988 

Ferrv bldg. which escaped the great fire, 
San Francisco, Cal. ( H 80051, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60984 

Fruit of the date palm, California. (H 

79345, June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 
1906. ) 60985 

Hill shattered by earthquake. Contra 
Costa Co., Cal. (H 79347, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 60936 

Landscape east from campus of L. S. U., 
Palo Alto, Cal. (H 80049, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60937 

Main Corridor of San Francisco's New 
P. 0. building. ( H 80054, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) ' 60988 

Memorial arch in ruins from earthquake, 
Palo Alto, Cal. ( H 80052, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60939 

Midst the wreck of matter and the crush 
of worlds, Sobrante Hills, Cal. (H 
79215, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 60940 

On the watch for looters, San Francisco. 
(H 79207, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) 60941 

One of the many fissures opened by 
temblor Contra Costa co., Cal. (H 
79214, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 60942 

Over the rich orchards of the Santa Clara 
valley from Hamilton, Cal. (H 80050, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 80943 

Past crumbling pillars of Crossley bldg., 
San Francisco. ( H 80057, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60944 



Wasflon (C. L. ), Decatur, 111. 
Past the big market on Clay St., San 
Francisco, Cal. (H 79211, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. Jane 11, 1906.) 80945 

Pension building decorated for the great 
inaugural ball, Washington, D. C. (H 
80047, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 

60946 

Ruins of the First Presbyterian church, 
San Jose, Cal. (H 79217, June 11, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906. ) 60947 

Leland Stanford University, Palo 



Alto, Cal. (H 80055, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. ) 60948 

the well-known Catholic church, St. 



Francis of Assisum, San Francisco, CaL 
(H 79209, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 60949 

Section of date palm richly laden with 
fruit, California. (H 79346, June 13, 
1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 60950 

Section of hill looking S. riven by the 
San Francisco earthquake. (H 79213, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 

60951 

Section of the earthquake shattered fire- 

' wrecked region, San Francisco, CaL 

(H 79216, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 

1906. ) 60952 

Section panorama. East over Mary Help 
hospital, San Francisco. (H 80059, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60958 

Section 2. Over refugees* Camp, San 
Francisco, Cal. ( H 80053, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 60954 

Section 3. From left to right in distance, 
showing Fairmount and St. Francis 
hotels, San Francisco. ( H 80060, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 60955 

Soldiers and sailors monument, Des 
Moines, Iowa. ( H 80058, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906.) * 60956 

Splendid Y. M. C. A. building now an 
utter ruin, San Francisco, Cal. (H 
79212, June 11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906. ) 80957 

Staunch old mission Dolores, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. (H 80048, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 60958 

Tender blossoms and the luscious health 
giving grape fruit, Florida. (H 79343, 
June 13, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 

60959 

Whigham (Richard P. ), San 

Francisco Cal 

Call. (H 80186, July 3, 1906.) 60960 

City Hall. (H 80188, Julv 3, 1906.) 

60961 

Fire starting on Market street. (H 

80189, July 3, 1906. ) 60962 



PHOTOOBAPH8 



55 



Whigham ( Richard P. ), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Market and 0' Farrell streets. ( H 80191, 
July 3, 1906. ) W9eZ 

Market street. (H 80187, July 3, 1906. ) 

•0964 

Montgomery and Pine streets. (H 80192, 

July 3, 1903. ) 60965 

Powell and Post streets. (H 80109, July 
3, 1906.) 60966 

Valencia hotel. (H 80193, July 3, 1906. ) 

60067 
2 c. each Mav 29, 1906. 

White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Above the clouds, valley of Illecillewaet, 
B. C. Canada. 9535. (H 80084, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60968 

Among the beautiful pine clad shores of 
Matsushima Bay, Japan. 4070. (H 
80081, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60969 

Beehive Lake Agnes and towering Mt. 
Lefroy, Canada. 9489. (H 79962, June 
30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60970 

Cave of the Winds in winter, Niagara 
Falls. 359. (H 79964, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60971 

Chinese coolies sawing wood, Manchuria. 
8638. ( H 80083, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 
30, 1906.) 60972 

Difficult place to cross on the great 
Asulkan glacier, Canada. 9544. (H. 
80085, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60973 

Dragon's Head waterfall, Japan. 4000. 
(H 80075, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 60974 

Euclid ave., and Monument Square, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 926. (H 80073, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. June30, 1906. ) 60976 

Feast for the eyes of young Japan. Tokio. 
4072. (H 79544, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906. ) 60976 

Four feet of frozen spray. Prospect park, 
Niagara Falls. 358. (H 8CX)68, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60977 

Geisha girls admiring the beautiful lotus 
flowers in a garden at Tokio, Japan. 
4017. (H 79543, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 60978 

Glorious wealth of pendant bloom, Tokio, 

. Japan. 4020. ( H 80079, July 2, 1906; 

2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60979 

Governor's reception room, state capitol 
building, St. Paul, Minn. 929. (H 
79968, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60980 

Grand staircase, State capitol building, 
St. Paul, Minn. 928. (H 80074, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60981 



White (H. C.) company. 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Great crowds cheering the emperor and 

Admirals Togo and Kamimura, Tokio, 

Japan. 8455. (H 79961, June 30, 1906; 

2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 6098S 

Ice mountain high as the American Falls, 
Niagara. 356. (H79963, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60988 

In the land of the lotus, a corner in a 
Japanei<e garden, Tokio, Japan. 4015. 
(H 80077, July 2. 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60964 

In winter's clutch, Luna and American 
falls, Niagara. 368. (H 80071, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 6096« 

Interior of an Ainu house, showing owner 
and family, Yezo, Japan. 4011. (H 
80076, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60086 

Liana cascades. Lake Dunmore, Vt. 416. 
(H 80072, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60987 

Mad waters of the lower falls, South 
Cheyenne can von, Colo. 12400. (H 
80086, July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60988 

Nature's winter garb, tree in Prospect 
park, Niagara Falls. 357. (H 80067, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60989 

Nearly frozen over American falls in 
winter, Niagara. 339. ( H 80066, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60990 

Old gate in the north wall, Japanese 
soldiers entering city, Moukden, Man- 
churia. 8626. ( H 80082, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60991 

Peace group, Soldiers' and Sailors' mon- 
ument Indianapolis, Ind. 923. (H 
79967, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60992 

Prospect park in winter, Niagara Falls. 
366. (H 80070, Julv 2, 1906; 2 c. June 
30, 1906. ) ' 60993 

Railwav bascule bridges over the Chi- 
cago river at 12th st. 219. ( H 80065, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 60994 

St. Francis hotel San Francisco disaster. 
8725. (H 79545, June 18, 1906; 2 c. 
June 18, 1906.) 60996 

Shipping in the busv harbor of Buffalo. 
421. (H 79966, June 30, 1906; 2 c. 
June 30, 1906. ) 60996 

Splendid type of Ainu aborigine and his 
family, Island of Yezo, Japan. 4009. 
(H 79969, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906. ) 60997 

Tokio, the metropolis of Japan N. E. from 
tower on Atago Hill. 4026. ( H 80078, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 60998 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIE8 



White (H. C.) company, 

North Becnington, Vt. 

Trio of geishas in the Kasuga temple 

. grounds, Nara, Japan. 4056. (H 79960, 

June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 

60999 

Vision of a lower world, a rift in the 

clouds Grand Canyon, Arizona. 12246. 

(H 79546, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906. ) 61000 

When winter reigns supreme, Niagara 
Falls. 365. (H 80069, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 61001 

Where the carp loaf in the crystal waters 
of Japan. 4067. (H 80080, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906. ) 61002 

Where the tame deer congregate in the 
superb old park, Nara, Japan. 4054. 
(H 79970, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 61003 

Winter's honeymoon, NiagaraFalls. 367. 
. (H 79965, June 30, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
. 1906. ) 61004 

Williamz (Lucius F.), Spirit 
Lake, Iowa. 
East and west Okoboji lakes. (H 80046, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 61006 



Wyer (Henry S.), Nan- 
tucket J^ftss 
Federal street, Nantucket. (H 80153, 
July 2, 1906. ) 61006 

From North Cliff. (H 80155, July 2, 
1906.) 61007 

Main street, Nantucket, nos. 1 & 2. ( H 
80151-80152, Julv 2, 1906.) 

61008-61009 
No one to love! ( H 80157, July 2, 1906. ) 

61010 

Pearl street, Nantucket. (H 80154, July 

2, 1906.) 61011 

Real cat-boat. (H 80156, July 2, 1906.) 

61012 

Seeing the pass. ( H 80158, July 2, 1906. ) 

61018 
2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Zimmerman (Henry), Day- 
ton, Ohio. 
Shoemaking. (H 80173, July 3, 1906; 2 
c. July 3, 1906.) 61014 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 10,084 



FINE ARTO 



67 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Onder this heading is given a list of the photographn deposited iiocording to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs Intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; with a subalphabet of titles under 
proprietor. 

To <«ave space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flmt 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by American lithographic companv, New York, 
N. Y. Claas I, XXc, no. 18552, July 7, 1906; 1 photograph received July 7, 1906." 



American litho^rraphic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Bon Bons V^. 34 Seated npon a bench 
beside what appears to be a kitchen 
fire, a beautiful young woman in even- 
ing dress. She holds a box of bon bons 
on her lap. (1 18552, July 7, 1906.) 

61015 

Bright eyes V. 43 In an oval panel the 
half length figure of a little girl with 
smiling countenance, and having both 
hands at the back of her head. (1 18553, 
July 7, 1906.) 61016 

Bubbles. V. 44 Seated beside a win- 
dow a beautiful little girl stylishly 
dressed, her arms, neck and knees be- 
ing exposed, making soap bubbles. (I 

18554, July 7, 1906.) 61017 

Cap girl V. 32. Full face portrait of a 
beautiful young girl richly attired, 
wearing a head dress made of tulle. ( I 
18550, July 7, 1906.) 61018 

Hollyhocks V. 33. Full face bust por- 
trait of a beautiful young woman wear- 
ing a surplice waist which exposes her 
neck. (I 18551, July 7, 1906.) 61019 

Boyal Baron. Head of a young man, 
foil face view, having long, curling hair 
dark eyes and a small mustache. (I 

18555, July 7, 1906. ) 61020 

1 photo, each July 7, 1906. 

Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of full figure o'' lady seated, 

she shows partial side view of figure 

and almost full front view of face. ( I 

18463, July 2, 1906. ) 61021 

of full figure of young woman stand- 
ing showing almost full front view she 
wears a short sleeve waist. (I 18464, 
July 2, 1906. ) 61022 

of full figures of three young women, 

two in the foreground are slightlv facing 
each other. (I 18460, Julv 2, 1906.) 

61028 

of full figure of woman standing 

showing partial side view of figure and 
profile view face. (I 18458, July 2, 
1906.) 61024 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of half figure of lady seated. 

She shows almost full front view and 

wears a lace waist. (I 18462, July 2, 

1906. ) 61028 

of half figure of lady standing, show- 
ing profile view. She wears a lace 
waist with short sleeves and no hat. 
( I 18459, July 2, 1906. ) 61026 

of head and shoulders of three men. 



one is enclosed inacircieat the top of the 
drawing. ( I 18456, Julv 2, 1906. ) 

61027 

showing full figure of a man stand- 



ing, he leans slightlv forward over the 
deck railing of a ship. (I 18454, July 
2,1906.) 61028 



showing half figures of three men 

standing in a row, the one to the left 
shows partial side view of figure. ( I 
18453, July 2, 1906.) 61029 

showing interior of dining room, a 

lady attire<i in a lace waist with low 
neck and short sleeves. (1 18461, July 
2,1906.) 61080 

showing little more than half figure 

of a vouth, standing. (1 18455, Julv 2, 
1906'.) 61081 

showing three quarter figure of a 

lady seated in a large arm chair show- 
ing partial side view. (I 18457, July 
2, 1906.) 61032 

1 photo, each July 2, 1906. 

Bissell ((reorge Edwin), 
Mount Vernon, X. Y. 
Diogenes Statue about 3 ft high, carry- 
ing a lantern before him in right hand 
left hand holding a staff (1 18476, July 
5, 1906; 1 photo^ July 5, 1906.) 61088 

Bri spot ( H en ri ) , Paris, 
France. 
Bonquineurs sur le (juai de la Seine, 
Paris. To the right of the picture the 
institute, in the background can be seen 
the pout Neuf. ( 1 1S115, May 26, 1906; 
1 photo. May 26, 1906. ) 61084 



58 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Buckhandlung des Waisen- 
hau^es, Halle, Germany. 
Dietrichs Kampf in Laurins Rosengarten. 
An encounter between a man and a 
dwarf, the dwarf, who has fastened his 
legs around the boily of the warrier, 
clutches a sword in one hand. (I 
18484, July 6, 1906. ) 61036 

Buckhandlung des Waisen- 

hauses, Halle, Germany. 

Loki bei Thrym. Loti sitting on a stone, 

nude to the waist, a dagger strapped to 

his side, his beard and hair is long. 

(I 18483, July 5, 1906.) 61086 

Markgraf Riidigersletzter Kampf. Rep- 
resents retreating warriors, still fighting 
with spears and swords, a maiden clad 
in a long white garment, wuth a chain 
around her waist is motioning to the 
chief. (I 18482, July 5, 1906. ) 61087 

Walhalls Wonnen. Large hall, supported 
with heavy pillars which are adorned 
with coats of armour and other weapons 
of war. (1 18485, July 5, 1906. ) 61088 

1 photo, each July 5, 1906. 

Burk (Louis A.), Blooming- 
ton, 111. 
Just playing. Dappled gray and a black 
horse engaged in play in an old road- 
way near a wooded hillside. (1 18198, 
June 4, 1906; 1 photo. June 4, 1906. ) 

61089 

City of Detroit, Detroit, 
Mich. 
Statue of Poet Sethi Her. The German 
poet, Friederich von Schiller in a sitting 
position, clad in a loose gown, bare 
headed and neck exposed. (I 18542, 
July 7, 1906; 1 photo Julv 7, 1906.) 

61040 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 
All for a penny. ^Showing two men and 
a woman listening to gramophones. (I 

18488, July 5, 1906. ) 61041 

Cover for Independence number. Show- 
ing four children marching along in 
great glee beneath the stars and stripes. 
(I 18490, July 5, 1906.) 61042 

Horrid thing. Showing a cow who has 
taken possession of a field in which two 
voung ladies have been sketching. (I 

18489, July 5, 1906. ) 61043 

1 photo, each July 5, 1906. 

Coolidge (Cassiu.s M. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Guarding the pass. Two mountain lions, 
one standing, the other crouching, 
looking down into the pass below them. 
(I 17261, Mar. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Mar. 6, 
1906. ) 61044 



Day (Francis), New York, 
N. Y. 
Cradle song. Interior scene, seated at 
harpsichord is a young woman in light, 
flowered dress, infant asleep in wooden 
cradle. (1 18545, Julv 7, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 7, 1906.) ' 61045 

Dewey (A. James), New 

York, N. Y. 

Kindling love. Interior of old-fashioned 

parlor having o{)en fire place. In front 

of fire is a young woman. (I 18447, 

June 30, 1906; 1 photo. June 30, 1906. ) 

61046 

Dixon (Joseph ) crucible com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. 
Artist. Boy and girl, the boy wears 
knickerbockers and is without a hat, 
white* paper or card board against his 
chest, girl is engaged in drawing on the 
card board. (I 18556, Julv 7, 1906; 1 
photo. July 7, 1906.) * 61047 

Fairbanks (E. A T.) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
First detail plan. Drawing of a 60 ft 150 
ton. 6 sections iron frame railway track 
scale, standard steel construction, no. 
6-22-06 H, sheet. 3 drawer 10, style 
12. (I 18478, July 5, 1906.) 61048 

Second detail plan. Drawing of a 60 ft. 
150 ton, 6 section iron frame railway 
track scale, standard steel construction, 
no. 6-22-06 H. sheet 4, drawer. 10. 
(1 18479, July 5, 1906.) 61040 

Third detail plan. Drawing of a 60 ft. 150 
ton 6 sections iron frame railway track, 
scale, standard steel construction, no. 
6-22-06 H., sheet 5, drawer 10. (I 
18480, July 5, 1906.) 61060 

1 photo, each July 5, 1906. 

Fox (Beatrice Gladys), New^ 
York, N. Y'. 
Two soles but with a single heart. A pair 
of ladies' shoes with Louis XV heels. 
The heels and soles placed together 
form a perfect outline m the shape of 
a heart. (I 18360, June 19, 1906; 1 
photo. June 23, 1906.) 61051 

Frost & Reed, Bristol, Eng- 
land. 
Lower away. Seascape with three 
yachts and a buoy, the yacht nearest 
the spectator has three men upon it 
and the mainsail is about to be lowered. 
(1 18448, July 2, 1906; 1 photo. July 2, 
1906. ) 61052 

Gay (Geo. Howell), New 

York, N. Y. 

October woods. Late autumn landscape, 

five large trees at right of pond with 

leaves scattered on grass. (I 18543, 

July 7, 1906; 1 photo. July 7, 1906.) 

61053 



KIKE ABT9 



59 



Groeset (Edouard L^on) 
Paris, France. 
Lion and tiger. The figure of the tiger 
is on slightly lower ground than that 
of the lion. (1 18439, June 30, 1906.) 

61064 

Lion. Figure of a lion standing with its 

forefeet on a rock so that the head is 

considerably -higher than the rest of 

the body. (1 18437, June 30, 1906. ) 

61056 

Ti^er. A figure of a tiger standing with 

Its fore-feet on a rock raised above the 

ground on which the hind feet are 

standing. (I 18438, June 30, 1906.) 

61056 
1 photo, each June 30, 1906. 

Grotemeyer (Fritz), Berlin, 

Germany. 

Kolberg. 1807. Scene* of the defense of 

Kolberg against the French. (1 18196, 

June 4, 1906; 1 photo. June 4, 1906) 

61057 
Gruppe (C. P.), Hague, 
Holland. 
Homeward way. Holland landscape at 
close of day. Going down road in cen- 
ter of picture is a man driving flock of 
sheep. (I 18434, June 29, 1906; 1 
photo. June 29, 1906.) 61058 

Gunn (Archie), New York, 

N. Y. 

Auto girl. Full face, half length figure 

of young girl seated in automobile. 

Eight hand rests on steering wheel. 

(1 18445, June 30, 1906. ) 61059 

Coaching girl. Profile of young woman 
seated on box of carriage. Has dark 
hair and eves. ( 1 18446, June 30, 1906. ) 

61060 
1 photo, each June 30, 1906. 

Hantstaengl ( Franz ) , M unich, 
Germany. 
Finale. Group of three dancing girls; 
the one in the center plaving a tam- 
bourine the girl at her left holding a 
fan. (I 18473, July 5, 1906.) 61061 

Lower Elbe. View of the river Elbe, in 
the center a ship with all sails set, in a 
distance a three master and a small 
steamboat. (I 18474, July 5, 1906. ) 

61062 

Spring blossoms. Young woman seated 
on a stone bench, at her right a basket 
filled with flowers. (I 18471, July 5, 
1906. ) 61063 

Spring festival. Scene at a spring festival, 
a great number of men, women, and 
children seated at tables, conversing, 
eating and drinking. (I 18470, July 5, 
1906.) 61064 

Stamberg lake. View of the Starnberg 
lake, a number of boats under full 
sail, in the background mountains. (I 
18475, July 5, 1906.) 61065 






Hanfstaengl (Franz), Munich, 
(Germany. 
Sammemight festival. Scene, four 
women in dancing costume. (1 18472, 
July 5, 1906.) 61066 

Vintager's daughter. Youn^ woman 
emptying a basket of grapes into a bar- 
rel, in the back vard of a vineyard. (I 
18469, July 5, 1906.) 61067 

1 photo, each July 5, 1906. 

Hunten (Max), Dnsseldorf, 

Germany. 

Hirschrudel. Glade in a wood of pine 

trees and a herd of grazing red deer in 

the foreground. ( 1 18197, June 4, 1906; 

1 photo. June 4, 1906. ) 61068 

International art publishing 
company, New York, 
N. Y. 
Cupid's baptism. Girl in evening dress, 
who has waded out into a stream, with 
her right hand she holds the wings of 
a little cupid. (I 18391, June 26, 1906; 
1 photo. June 26, 1906.) 61069 

Kinkead (Viola), Wichita, 
Kans. 
Large sunflower entitled Be good to Jiie, 
I'm from Kansas. (1 18486, Julv 2, 
1906. ) 6i070 

We're from Kansas, be good to us. Four 
upright sunflowers, on the comic order. 
(I 18487, July 2, 1906. ) 61071 

1 photo, each May 21, 1906. 

Klepper (Max F. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
They'll have to take us yet. Red auto- 
mobile in centre foreground, woman 
seated in back of machine, man and* 
woman standing in road watching man 
under the car. (I 18546, July 7, 1906; 
1 photo. July 7, 1906. ) 61072 

La Farge ( John ) , New York, 
N. Y. 
Christ and the woman of Samaria At 
either side of a large stone well is 
seated a figure, back of each figure is 
landi-cape and sky. (I 18450, Julv 2, 
1906; 1 photo. July 2, 1906.) 61078 

Lanman & Kemp, New 
York, N. Y. 
Dark beauty. Beautiful young woman 
attired in a morning gown standing be- 
side a stationary wash stand. ( 1 18549, 
July 7, 1906; 1 photo. July 7, 1906.) 

61074 

Laux (Aug.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Artist's friend. Mother cat and three 

kittens playing with paints and brushes 

in artist's paint-box. (I 18547, Julv 7, 

1906; 1 photo. July 7, 1906.) 61*075 



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Leopold, Solomon & Eisen- 
drath, Chicago, 111. 
At business. Man ai desk, stenographer 
near, with two clerks in background. 
(1 18355, June 22, 1906. ) 61076 

Sleighing. Two men talking to man and 
woman in sleigh. (I 18356, June 22, 
1906. ) 
1 photo, each June 22, 1906. ) 61077 

Lessing ( Konrad ) , Berlin, 

Germany. 

Abendnebel. Tall pine tree standing 

alone in a glade, a heavy mist hangs 

over the wood. ( I 18195,' June 4, 1906; 

1 photo. June 4, 1906. ) 61078 

Life publishing co., New 

York, N. Y, 

Auf wiedersehen. Young man and 

woman kissing each other good bye. 

(I 18492, July 5, 1906; 1 photo. July 5, 

1906. ) 61079 

Fourth of July. Represents a giant 
cracker, with big wings made of pack- 
ages of crackers many of which are 
burning. (I 18452, .fuly 2, 1906; 1 
photo. July 2, 1906. ) 61080 

Surrender of General Public at New York 
town, 1906. Represents the trusts fly- 
ing the flags of Wall st. and the dollar 
sign, lined up in two bodies. (1 18451, 
July 2, 1906; 1 photo. July 2, 1906.) 

61081 

Thrown over. Young man and woman 
in row boat, boat drifts idly; they have 
evidently quarreled, throwing Cupid 
overboard. (I 18491, July 5, 1906; 1 
photo. July 5, 1906.) 61082 

Manzi, Joyant & Co., Paris, 
France. 
Lecture distraite. Young lady dressed 
in the style of the eighteenth century, 
seated at a table upon which is a large 
illustrated book. (I 18481, Julv 5, 
1906; 1 photo. July 5, 1906.) 6i083 

Mustachia (Joseph N.), 
Houston, Texas. 
Blessed V^irgin Mary holding Infant Je- 
sus on her arms, mounted on a shrine, 
both wearing a gold crown. (I 18493, 
Julv 6, 1906; 1 photo. July 6, 1906.) 

61084 

Nelson (Thomas) & sons. 

New York, N. Y. 

American bison The animal is a male 

and a full profile of his left side is 

given. (1 18467, July 3, 1906; 1 photo. 

July 3, 1906. ) 61085 

Oran (E. Percv), New York, 
N.Y. 
Corner in apples. Three children seated 
on bench at end of porch, boy at one 
end with basket of apples beside him. 
(I 18548, Julv 7, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 7, 
1906.) 61086 



Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Gothic stall. Platform sustaining a pil- 
lar on each side, each of which termi- 
nate in an ornamented pinnacle over 
the top of the second platform. (I 
18494, July 5, 1906. ) 61087 

Romanesque stall. Platform, upon w^hich 
rests two columns supporting a com- 
pound arch and between the upper 
ends of the arch a pedestal wuth a ball. 
(I 18495, July 5, 1906. ) 61088 

1 photo, each July 5, 1906. 

Plumb (Henry Grant), New 

York, N. Y'. 

Finding the North pole. Boy and a girl 

at table, with an atlas and globe 

thereon, the boy is pointing on the 

globe. (I 18466, July 2, 1906.) 61089 

Little hunter. Little boy, bust figure, 
with wing, he holds an arrow in hia 
right hand. (I 18465, July 2, 1906.) 

61090 
1 photo, each July 2, 1906. 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Childhood and education. Central figure 
is the Ecryptian princess who has her 
left hand extended towards the baby 
Moses lying in a basket on the knee of 
an attendant. (1 18430, June 29, 1906. ) 

61091 

God gives Jacob a new name. In the 
foreground is seen Jacob with a staff in 
his left hand and his right hand on his 
hip. (I 18424, June 29, 1906.) 61092 

Israel enslaved in Egypt. In the fore- 
ground is shown an Egyptian with 
clenched fists looking angrilv at a man. 
(I 18429, June 29, 1906.) ' 61093 

Israel's escape from Egypt. In the fore- 
ground is shown Moses standing on an 
eminence with a rod in his left hand. 
(I 18433, June 29, 1906.) 61094 

Jacob's vision and God's promise. In 
the centre appears Jacob looking up- 
ward. He is kneeling on one knee, 
and is setting up a pillar of stone. (I 
18423, June 29, 1906. ) 61095 

Joseph faithful in prison. In the fore- 
ground is Joseph, with a bunch of keys 
in his left hand. (I 18426, June 29, 
1906. 61096 

Joseph forgives his brothers. In the 
foreground is seen Joseph embracing 
his brother Benjamin, the other ten 
brothers are looking on. ( 1 18428, June 
29, 1906.) 61097 



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Providence lithoj^raph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 

Joseph sold by his brothers. In the left 
hand comer is seen a group of five men, 
one of them has a bag and is counting 
out pieces of money. (I 18425, June 
29, 1906. ) 61098 

Joseph the wise ruler in Egypt. In the 
foreground is King Pharaoh on his 
throne and with a chain in his hands 
which he is about to put around the 
neck of Joseph. (I 18427, June 29, 
1906.) 61099 

Moses called to deliver Israel. In the 
foreground appears the figure of Moses 
in shepherds dress and carrying a shep- 
herd's crook. (I 18431, June 29, 1906. ) 

61100 

Passover. A man with a basin in his left 
hand is shown putting blood on a door 
post with a bunch of hyssop. (I 18432, 
June 29, 1906. ) 61101 

Review Two birds are seen sitting on 
the edge of their nest which is in the 
branch of a tree overhanging a stream. 
(1 18435, June 29, 1906. ) 61102 

Temperance lesson Two columns con- 
nected at the top are shown, in the cen- 
ter is a tree design and a card on which 
are the words Golden Text. (I 18436, 
June 29, 1906. ) 61103 

1 photo, each June 29, 1906. 

Remington (Frederic), New 
Rochelle, N. Y. 
Paleolithic man. A human figure bor- 
dering on an ape, squatting and holding 
a clam in right hand and a club in left 
hand. ( 1 18440, June 30, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 30, 1906.) 61104 

Richardson (W. E.), Clin- 
ton, Iowa. 
Rabbit on stool. Figure of a rabbit in the 
round, about 36 inches in height, seated 
upon a three legged stool. (1 18240, 
June 7, 1906; 1 photo. June 7, 1906.) 

61105 

Rosenmeyer (B. J.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Work before play. Boy in woodshed 

looking out of window at left, holds ax 

in right hand, and back of him is a pile 

of cut wood. (I 18544, July 7, 1906; 

1 photo. July 7, 1906. ) 61106 

Roth (Fredk. G. R.), White 
Plains, N. Y. 
Bear and orange tree. Bear who stands 
below an orange tree, the points of 
which form electric lights, the animal 
supports itself with his right paw. (I 
18449, July 2, 1906; 1 photo. July 2, 
1906.) 61107 



Roth (Fredk. G. R. ), White 
Plains, N. Y. 
Elephants in low relief. Two large ones 
are walking with a young one in the 
middle. (I 18444, June 30, 1906.) 

61108 
Panther. A panel in low relief the ani- 
mal crawling stealthily its Ixxiy almost 
touching the ground. (I 18443, June 
30,1906.) 61109 

Polar bear standing on a block of ice and 
looking down, his fore and hind legs 
are closelv together. (I 18442, June 
30,1906.)' 61110 

1 photo, each June 30, 1906. 

Sharp (J. Henry), Crow 
Agency, Mont. 
Voice of the Great Spirit. On the apex 
of a rocky hill is an upright scaffold 
supported by four sapling posts on top 
the figure of a dead Indian. (I 17247, 
Mar. 5, 1906; 1 photo. Mar. 5, 1906.) 

61111 

Sigler (Eugene H.) Monroe 

City, Mo. 

Deer chase. Landscape, to left water, to 

which a deer is running chased bv nine 

dogs, canvass 26 by 56. (I 18477, 

July 5, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 5, 1906.) 

6111S 

Spaulding (A. G.) & bros., 

New York, N. Y. 

Bronze statue of a base ball catcher in 

expectant attitude waiting to catch the 

ball from the pitcher. (I 18468, July 

3, 1906; 1 photo. July 3, 1906.) 61118 

Tuck ( Raphael) , & sons, ltd., 
London, England. 
Homeward bound. An old man return- 
ing from seashore with little child on 
his shoulder and one at his side. (I 
17534, Jan. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Jan. 6, 
1906.) 61114 

Walker (Horatio), New 
York, N. Y. 
Ave' Maria Oil painting, size 34 by 46 in. 
Sunrise and a ploughman standing 
bowed in prayer, with a voke of oxen 
before a shrine. (I 17*240, Mar. 3, 
1906; 1 photo. Mar. 3, 1906.) 61115 

Willett stained glass co., 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Sacrifice of the new law. In the lower 
central panel is the angel of the atone- 
ment, a censory on both sides. As the 
vine separates on the left is the Virgin 
Mary. (118441, June 30, 1906; 1 photo. 
June 30, 1906.) 61116 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan.l, 1906 2,191 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH S, 1891, 

51ST CONGRESS, 2nd SESSION, CHAP. 566, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ho. 4 

July 26, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVEENMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



SEP 27 1906 

From the 
U. S. Government. 



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



CLASS F, ENGRAVJtiGS..CUTS; AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors; with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "CopyrlKht bv J. B. Carroll, Oak Park, 111. Class F, XXc, 
no. 435T2, June 22. 1906; 2 copies) received June 22, 1906." 



Carroll ( J. B. ), Oak Park, 111. 
Mule barometer. (F 43572, June 22, 
1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 1 

Cravcroft (J. W.), Fresno, 
Cal. 
California watermelon. (F 43665, July 9, 
1906. ) 2 

Small bunch of California grapes. (F 
43669, July 9, 1906. ) 3 

Small California fish. (F 43671, July 9, 
1906. ) 4 

— peach. ( F 43670, July 9, 1906. ) 5 

■ — tree. ( F 43668, July 9, 1906. ) 6 

Small ear of California corn. (F 43666, 
July 9, 1906. ) 7 

This is the size the natives eat. (F 43667, 
July 9, 1906.) 8 

Three small California oranges. (F 
43672, July 9, 1906. ) 9 

2 c. each Jul V 9. 1906. 

Dederick brothers, Hacken- 
sack, N. J. 
How many plates of ice cream can a 
prettv girl eat. ( F 43630, July 5, 1 906. ) 

10 

What is nicer than a pretty girl. (F 

43628, July 5, 1906.) 11 

What is the difference. (F 43635, July 
5, 1906. ) 12 

What is the proper height. (F 43632, 
July 5, 1906. ) IS 

When were walking sticks first intro- 
duced. ( F 43631, July 5, 1906. ) 14 

Why are women so wicked? (F 43629, 
July 5, 1906. ) 15 

Why is a dog setting on a cake of ice. 
(F 43637, July 5, 1906.) 16 

W'hy is a married man like a candle. ( F 

43636, July 5, 1906. ) 17 

Why is a woman's beauty a fake. (F 

4:^33, July 5, 1906.) 18 



Dederick brothers, Hacken- 
sack, N. J. 
Why should a teetotaler not have a wife. 
(F 43634, Julys, 1906.) 19 

2 c. each June 23, 1906. 

Fraternity of Alpha Chi 
Rho, flartford, Conn. 
Coat of arms of the Fraternity of Alpha 
Chi Rho. ( F 42774, May 31, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. ) 20 

Halladay ( William Seward ) , 
jr., Appleton, Wis. 
Souvenir Wisconsin veterans* home. (F 
43257, June 22, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 

21 

Hearst (William Randolph), 
New York, N. Y. 
Bird's eye view of San Francisco from top 
of wrecked City Hall dome. (F 43596, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906.) 22 

Kytka (Theodore), San 
Francisco, Cal. 

Stretch of ruin from Nob Hill to Russian 
Hill. No. 1. (F 43675, July 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906.) 23 

Lake torpedo boat company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Degrees of submergence. 14. (F 43660, 
July 7, 1906. ) 24 

Diving and even keel tvpes. 4. (F 
43650, July 7, 1906. 26 

Diving submarine with nose in mud. 2. 
(F 43648, July 7, 1906.) 26 

Even keel boat below surface. 11. (F 
43657, July 7, 1906. ) 27 

Method of picking up submarine cables. 
5. (F 43651, July 7, 1906.) 28 

Method of testing battery cells. 9. (F 
43655, July 7, 1906.) 29 

Mi ne planting submarine. 13. ( F 43659, 
July 7, 1906.) 30 

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(F 43656, 
36 

(F 43654, 
87 



Lake torpedo boat company, 
Bridgeport, Conn. 
Operation of the diving and even keel in 
shallow water. 3. (F 43649, July 7, 
1906. 81 

Oscilation of sighting instrument, diving 
type. 1. (F 43647, July 7, 1906.) 32 

Range of vision, omniscope. 12. (F 
43658, July 7, 1906. ) 38 

Submarine ** Protector*' in surface trim. 
6. (F 43652, July 7, 1906. ) 84 

Submersible "Lake'* partially com- 
pleted. 7. (F 43653, July 7, 1906.) 

85 

Torpedo stuck in mud. 10. 
July 7, 1906. ) 

Under-ice submarine boat. 8. 
July 7, 1906. ) 

2 c. each July 7, 1906. 

Lippincott (J. B.) company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Our swords fell to talking. (F 43542, 
July 3, 1906.) 88 

Then, as he unbent, his eyes rested on 
me. (F 43543, July 3, 1906. ) 89 

You are a soldier. ( F 43544, Jul v 3, 1906. ) 

40 
2 c. each Julv 3, 1906. 

McBride (Jess. P.), Inde- 
pendence, Kans. 
Leaky lid. (F 43598, July 3, 1906; 2 c. 
June 19, 1906.) 41 

Montgomery (R. T. ), Colo- 
nial Beach, Va. 
Boardwalk, Colonial Beach, Va. no. 996 
(F 43615, July 6, 1906.) 42 

Fishing at Colonial Beach, Va. no. 995 
(F 43616, July 6, 1906.) 48 

Wakefield, no. 997 (F 43614, July 6, 
1906.) 44 

2 c. each July 6, 1906. 



Physioc press, Ossining, 
N. Y. 
Man's motto. (F 43664, July 9, 1906; 2 
c. July 3, 1906. ) 45 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 
How to succeed, no. 41. (F 43617, July 
6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906.) 46 

Porter (Peter A.), Niagara 
Falls, N. Y. 
Double circular rainbows, Niagara. (F 
43540, July 2, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 1906.) 

47 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 

New York, N. Y. 

Football. ( F 43602, July 6, 1906. ) 48 

Hockey. (F 43603, July 6, 1906.) 49 

2 c. each July 6, 1906. 

In October. ( F 43676, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906.) 50 

Rowing. (F 43601, July 6, 1906. ) 51 

Running. (F 43600, July 6, 1906.) 52 

2 c. each July 6, 1906. 

Smith (Charles Hazor) , Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Head-length proportions. In geometri- 
cal progression ( F 43627, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 58 

Wade (Ernest H. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Poker term illustrated "Dividing the 
pot." (F 41241, Jan. 8, 1906; 2 c. Jan. 
8, 1906. ) 54 

Wild wood post card com- 
pany, Wildwood, N. J. 
Beans, at one of his tricks. Ocean pier, 
Wildwood, N. J. 6138. (F43678,Julv 
10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906.) 5*6 

Wright (E. A.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Alpha, Kappa Kappa. (F 43638, July 7, 
1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906.) 56 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 5849 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titleo. 

To save space the copyriflrht notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flrrt 
title, if printed in full, would read: "CopyriKht by Ackermann-Quifflev litho. company, Kansas 
City, Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 13459, June 27. 1906; 2 copies received June 27, 1906." 



Ackermann - Quigley litho- 
graphing company, Kan- 
sas Citv, Mo. 
Automobile girls. lio. 1053. (G 13459, 
June 27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 67 

Comical German soldier, no. 1027. (G 
13446, June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 
1906.) 58 

Electrocution scene, no. 1077 (G 13621, 
July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906.) 69 

Fire scene no. 1031 (G 13332, June 

11, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 60 

no. 1032 (G 13331, June 11, 1906; 

2 c. June 11, 1906.) 01 

no. 1104. (G 13504, June 2, 1906; 

2 c. July 2, 1906.) 62 

Girl striking man with gun no. 1078 
(G 13622, July 12, 1906; 2 c. Julv 12, 
1906. ) " 68 

Murder scene no. 1038 (G 13617, July 

12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906.) 64 

Policeman and Irish woman no. 1042. 
(G 13466, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906. ) 65 

Relay girls racing, no. 1028 ((t 13323, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 66 

Scene in artist's studio no. 1043 (G 
13467, June 28, 1906; 2 c. June 28, 
1906.) 67 

King's garden, no. 1066. (G 13620, 

July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. ) 68 

King's palace, no. 1065 (G 13619, 

July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906.) 69 

Thug striking flower girl. no. 1039. (G 
13618, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. ) 

70 

Two comical German soldiers, no. 1026. 
(G 13441, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906.) 71 

Two comical Germans lighting cigarette, 
no. 1021. (G 13442. June 22, 1906; 2 c. 
June 22, 1906. ) 72 

Young couple scuffling, no. 1022. (G 
13440, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 
1906. ) 73 



Board of publication of the 
general council of the Evan- 
gelical Lutheran church, 
Lutheran publication society, 
Evangelical Lutheran joint 
synod of Ohio, and United 
synod of the Evangelical 
Lutheran church in the 
South, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Ascension (G 13274, June 4, 1906. ) 74 

Boy Samuel. (G 13291, June 4,- 1906.) 

76 

Daniel in the lion's den. (G 13287, June 

4, 1906. ) 76 

David and Goliath. (G 13293, June 4, 
1906. ) 77 

David and the profit Nathan. (G 13281, 
June 4, 1906.) 78 

Death and burial of Jesus. (G 13277, 
June 4, 1906. ) 79 

Doubting Thomas. (G 13276, June 4, 
1906. ) 80 

Elijah taken up into heaven. (G 13289, 
June 4, 1906.) 81 

Elisha and the Shunammite. (G 13286, 
June 4, 1906. ) 82 

Gideon and the trumpets. (G 13288, 
June 4, 1906.) 88 

Jailer at Philippi. (G 13279, June 4, 
1906. ) 84 

Jesus taken captive. (G 13268, June 4, 
1906.) 86 

Jonathan loves David. (G 13267, June 
4, 1906. ) 86 

King burning the scroll of Jeremiah. (G 
13284, June 4, 1906.) 87 

King Solomon's dream. (G 13292, June 
4,1906.) 88 

Lazarus raised from the dead. (G 13273, 
June 4, 1906. ) 89 

Marv at the sepulchre. (G 13271, June 
4, *1906. ) 90 

Mordecai honored. (G 13282, June 4, 
1906. ) 91 

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Board of publication of the 
general council of the Evan- 
gelical Lutheran church, 
etc. — Continued. 
Moses smiting the rock. (G 13285, June 
4, 1906.) 92 

Naboth's vineyard. (G 13290, June 4, 
1906. ) 93 

Nehemiah repairs the walls of Jerusalem. 
(G 13283, June 4, 1906.) 94 

New Jerusalem. (G 13275, June 4, 1906.) 

95 

Paul's conversion. (G 13272, June 4, 

1906. ) 96 

Pentecost. (G 13278, June 4, 1906.) 97 

Peter denies Christ. (G 13270, June 4, 
1906.) 98 

Stephen. (G 13280, June 4, 1906.) 99 

Zaccheus climbs into the tree. (G 13269, 
June 4, 1906.) 100 

2 c. each June 4, 1906. 

Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bergen (N. ), as Princess Yolande. (G 
13544, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 

101 

Cameron and Toledo. (G 13500, July 2, 

1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 102 

Cinque Punchinello. (G 13579, July 10, 
. 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906.) 108 

De Vonde portrait and characters. (G 
13474, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906. ) 104 

Elevating the stage. (G 13319, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 106 

Feasley (T. ) (G 13499, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 106 

Field (Al. G.) portrait. (G 13508, July 
3, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 107 

Funniest show on earth. (G 13372, June 
16, 1906; 2 c. June 16, 1906. ) 108 

Gator and the coon. (G 13320, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 109 

Gone to the doga. (G 13478, June 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 110 

Gorton's minstrel parade. ( G 13496, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) Ill 

Here they come. (G 13373, June 16, 1906; 
2 c. June 16, 1906.) 112 

Hold up. (G 13432, June 21, 1906; 2 c. 
June 21, 1906.) 118 

Jim: Ask him what w^e can do for him. 
(G 13475, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) 114 

Just plain Mary & Kid Bums. (G 13317, 
June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 115 

Kitner ( R. ) ( G 13539, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5, 1906.) 116 

Life, light and beauty. (G 13431, June 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 117 



Courier companv of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Naval clog. (G 13497, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906.) 118 

On the eve of battle. (G 13458, June 27, 
1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906. ) 119 

Red hot show. (G 13456, June 27, 1906; 
2 c. June 27, 1906.) 120 

Roll on silvery moon. (G 13509, July 3, 
1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 121 

Soiree musical. (G 13498, July 2, 1906; 
2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 122 

Something coming off. (G 13480, June 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 123 

Stick to me, Dad. (G 13537, July 5, 1906; 
2 c. July 5, 1906. ) 124 

Welby (J. ) (G 13538, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
July 5,1906.) 126 

Wragland (F.) (G 13318, June 8, 1906; 
2 c. June 9, 1906.) 126 

You are our prisoner. ( G 13603, July 12, 
1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906.) 127 

20th century model. (G 13457, June 27, 
1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 128 

20th Century's fairest maids. (G 13580, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906. ) 129 

Gotham lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
American dancer. (G 13581, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906.) 130 

Grav lithograph company, 
' New York, N. Y. 
Comrades. (G 13543,' July 7, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906.) 181 

Muller, Luchsinger & co.. 
New York, N. Y. 
Caught napping, no. 80. (G 13541, 
July 6, 1906.) 132 

Recital no. 81. (G 13542, July 6, 1906. ) 

133 
2 c. each July 6, 1906. 

Ottmann (J.) lithographing 

company. New York, 

N. Y. 

Anita the singing girl. Anita saves her 

father. (G 1359(\ July 10, 1906. ) 134 

Gee, but it's great to be a boy. (G 

13587, July 10, 1906.) 135 

He wears mv mother's picture. (G 

13586, July 10,*1906.) 136 

I won't let vou do it. (G 13588, 

July 10, 1906. ) ' 137 

She shall leave this house in safety. 

(G 13585, July 10, 1906. ) 138 

You shall not strike that child. (G 

13589, July 10, 1906. ) 139 

Everything goes to Primrose. (G 13584, 
July 10, 1906.) 140 



CHROMOS AND LITHOORAPHfl 



67 



Ottman (J.) lithographing 

company. New York, 

N. Y. 

Primrose (G.) (g'i3583, July 10, 1906. ) 

141 
2 c. each July 10, 1906. 

Sedgwick (H. B. ). Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Veterans of '62. (G 13566, Julv 10, 1906; 
2 c. July 10, 1906. ) ' 142 

Smith (Anna F.), Dorches- 
ter AXass 
Greetings. (G 13540, July 5, 1906; 2 c. 
June 25, 1906. ) 148 

Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Alpenstock. N. Y. no. 11882. (G 
13197, May 21, 1906; 2 c. Julv 2, 1906.) 

144 
Avenged. N. Y. no. 11814. (G 12839, 
Apr. 13, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

145 
Bench. N. Y. no. 11825. ((; 12738, 
Mar. 31, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

146 

Birthright. N. Y. no. 11899. (G 13183, 

May 18, 1906; 2 r. July 16, 1906. ) 147 

Black & white. X. Y. no. 11915. (G 
13251, May 31, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 

148 
Capture. N. Y. no. 11905. (G 13249, 
May 31, 1906; 2 c. Julv 14, 1906. ) 

149 
Character. N. Y. no. 11827. (G 12829, 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. Julv 16, 1906.) 

160 

Characters. N. Y. no. 11902. (013:^^7, 

June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 161 

Clock. N. Y. no. 11891. (G 13181, 
May 18, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 162 

Cut. N. Y. no. 11815. (G 12843, Apr. 
13, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 163 

Dare. N. Y. no. 11817. (G 12734, 
Mar. 31, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 164 

Duel. N. Y. no. 11903. (G 13178, 
Mavis, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 166 

Entertainment. N. Y. no. 11900. (G 
13179, May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 

Figure. C. no. 8976. (G 13245, May 
31, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 167 

Figure. N. Y. no. 11910. (G 13185, 

May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 168 
Find. N. Y. no. 11907. (G 13177, 

May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 169 
French maid. N. Y. no. 11906. (G 

13250, May 31, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 

160 
Game's up. N. Y. no. 11901. (G 

133::56, June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 

161 
Go. N. Y. no. 11824. (G 12737, Mar. 

31, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 162 



I 

Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Go. N. Y. no. 11888. ((i 13195, May 
21, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 161 

Goodnight. N. Y. no. 11820. (G 12842, 
Apr. 13, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 19U6.) 

164 

Head & lettering. N. Y. no, 11872. 
{G 12983, Apr. 21, 1906; 2 c. July 2. 
1906. ) 16« 

N. Y. no. 11873. ((J 12984, Apr. 

21, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 166 

Hold me. N. Y. no. 11823. (G 12736, 
Mar. 31, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 

167 

lago and Othello. N. Y. no. 11776. 
(G 12528, Mar. 3, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906.) 168 

Jewels. N. Y. no, 11904. (ii 13248, 
May 31, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 169 

Papers. N. Y. no. 11897. (G 13335, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 170 

Pardoning. N. Y. no. 11821. (G 
12831, Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 
1906.) 171 

Pleading. N. Y. no. 11909. ((i 13186, 
May 18, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 172 

Pointing. N. Y. no. 11932. (G 13383, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 178 

Portrait. N. Y. no. 11877. (G. 13024, 
Apr. 28. 1906; 2c. June 25, 1906.) 174 

Race. N. Y. no. 11828. (G 12828. 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 176 

N. Y. no. 11829. (ii 12822, Apr. 

11, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 176 

Robbery. N. Y. no. 11893. (G 13333, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 177 

Spy. N. Y. no. 11895. (G 13246, May 
31, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. ) 178 

Stand. N. Y. no. 11813. (G 12827, 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 179 

Sunday and bovs. N. Y. no. 11816. G 
12733, Mar. 31, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. 

180 

N. Y. no. 11819. (G 12830, Apr. 

11, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906.) 181 

Symptoms. N. Y. no. 11822. (G 12735, 
Mar. 31, 1906; 2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 182 

Tell tales. N. Y. no. 11881. (G 13196, 
May 21, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 183 

Thief. N. Y. no. 11896. (G 13247, 
May 31, 1906; 2 c, July 16, 1906.) 184 

Sunbonnet babies company, 

Chicago, 111. 

All in my heart. ( G 13570, July 10, 1906. ) 

186 
Apple time. (G 13577, July 10, 1906.) 

186 
Flying kites. (G 13571, July 10, 1906. ) 

187 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Sunbonnet babies company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Four ducks. (G 13572, July 10, 1906.) 

188 
From top to toe. ( G 13669, July 10, 1906. ) 

189 

Gobbler will get you. ( G 13567, July 10, 

1906. ) 190 

July fourth, bang. (G 13575, July 10, 
1906.) 191 

May queen photograph. (G 13573, July 
10, 1906.) 192 

Mrs. Snow. (G 13568, July 10, 1906. ) 

193 

One, two, three! Go! (G 13576, July 10, 

1906. ) 194 

See the pumpkin smile. (G 13578, July 
10, 1906.) 196 

Tea party. (G 13574, July 10, 1906. ) 196 

2 c. each July 10, 1906. 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
And now that right, sir! no. 9642. (G 
13366, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906. ) 197 

Any color so it's red. no. 9657. (G 
13364, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 198 

Arrival of the troupe, no. 9688. (G 
13472, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906.) 199 

Bobbv Burns brigade, no. 9580. (G 
13312, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

200 

Burlesque queen, no. 9680. (G 13562, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 201 

Cannibal auto, no 9631. (G 13437, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 202 

Couple of lobsters, no. 9629. (G 13553, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 203 

Dancing girls, no. 9380. (G 13473, June 
29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906.) 204 

Darrow (Clyde), bust portrait, no. 9651. 
(G 13551, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. ) 206 

Easy money, no. 9661. ( G 13379, June 
18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 1906.) 206 

Egg, goose and thirteen characters, no. 
9610. (G 13358, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 207 

Female figure, no. 9691. (G 13468, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 208 

Female full figure, no. 9677. (G 13548, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 209 

Fencing girl and chorus, no. 9626. (G 
13359, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 210 

Figures of woman and two children, no. 
272. ( G 13435, June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 
22, 1906. ) 211 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Five figures. (G 13436, June 22, 1906; 
2 c. June 22, 1906.) 212 

Five portraits, no. 9632. (G 13449, June 
25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 218 

Forward please, no. 9574. (G 13361, 
June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 214 

Four heads and letter bill. no. 9689. 
(G 13555, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906.) 216 

Four Mortons, portrait, no. 9594. (G 
13316, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906. ) 

216 
Garden scene, no. 263. (G 13313, June 

8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 217 

Gentleman is punctuated, no. 9625. ( G 
13360, June 15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 
1906.) 218 

Girl in street costume, no. 9679. (G 
13559, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 

219 

Girl looking at dude on pedestal, no. 
9678. (G 13560, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 

9, 1906. ) 220 

Girl standing on globe, no. 9676. (G 
13557, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 

221 

Grotesque figure, no. 9630. (G 13438, 
June 22, 1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 222 

Group of college girls, no. 9602. (G 
13315, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 1906.) 

228 

Hatzveldt (Countess 0. von) bust por- 
trait, no. 9652. (G 13357, June 15, 
1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 224 

Here's where we get stuck, no. 9624. 
(G 13380, June 18, 1906; 2 c. Julv 18, 
1906.) * 226 

I am waiting, my darling, no. 9663. 
(G 13314, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906. ) 226 

I will not yield up the key. no. 9648. 
(G 13469, June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 
1906. ) 227 

In the black hole of London, no. 9711. 
(G 13546, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 

228 

In the jaws of death, no. 9666. (G 

13556, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 

229 
Irrepressible Tobv. no. 9690. (G 13471, 
June 29, 1906; 2 c. June 29, 1906. ) 

280 

Killing time. no. 9615. (G 13362, June 

15, 1906; 2 c. June 15, 1906.) 281 

Kissing, no. 265. (G 13488, July 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 282 

Little Texas, I love you. no. 9675. (G 
13490, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. 

288 



OHBOMOS ANO LITHOOKAPHS 



09 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mam'zelle ChamiMigne, full figure, no. 
9684. (G 13365, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906. ) 284 

Marie Hylands' coster g:irlfi and bovs. 
no. 9670. ((i 13491, July 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 2, 1906. 236 

Morton (C.) full figure, no. 9650. (G 
13450, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 286 

My goodness; ain't it good. no. 9531. 
(G 13494, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 287 

Old man and boy. no. 9699. (G 13561, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 288 

Old reliable, no. 9673. (G 13496, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 289 

One niale and ten female figures, no. 
9667. (G 13470, June 29, 1906; 2 c. 
June 29, 1906.) 240 

Parr (Miss L.) on horse, no. 9428. ((i 
13549, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 

241 

Pnmrose girl. no. 9687. (G. 13554, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 242 

Keller skating scene, no. 271. (G. 
13545, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 

T, 243 

Koom: Room for Georgiana. no. 9641. 
{G 13492, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906.) ^244 

Russian prison scene, no. 9707. (G 
13547, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 

245 



UnittHl States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Shell from the Imttlenhip Texan saves 
Jack. no. 9531. ((; 13493, Julv 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 190tJ. ) '246 

Soubrette. no. 270. (i; 13448, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 247 

Stealing a smoke, no. 9705. (G 13489, 
July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, UKH).) 248 

Study in black and white, no. 9685. 
(G 13552, Julv 9, 190«i; 2 c. Julv 9, 
1906.) ^ '249 

Tank, Oklahoma and Sam. no. 9674. 
(G i:i558, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906.) ' 260 

Texas Cooper, on horst*. no. 9429. (G 
13550, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 

251 

This is a strange welcome, Madam, no. 
9643. (G 13363, June 15, 1906; 2 c. 
June 15, 1906.) 252 

Two scenes, no. 9658. (G. 13487, July 
2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 258 

no. 9727. (G 13563, July 9, 1906; 2 

c. July 9, 1906.) 254 

We are alone, vou must yield, no. 9647. 

(G 13381, June 18, 1906; 2 c. June 18, 

1906.) 255 

You are hiding something, no. 9620. 
(G 13311, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 8, 
1906.) 256 



Number of entries of Chromoe and lithographs completed bv the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 '. 1,681 



Class h, photographs 

ArraiiKt^d alphabetically by proprietors, with RubalphaDel of Citlet. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbrfviate*!. Thus the notice after the flr^t 
title, if printeil in full, would rea<1: "Ck>pvrlyht bv (iei»nfe (ifHiitham Bain, Now York, N. V. Clas 
H, XXc, no. 78148-78158, May 24, 1906. 2 copies each received .luly 10, 1906." 



Bain (George Grantham), 
New York, N. Y. 
Sntton (Mihs). Noe. 1 lo 11. (H 
78148-78158, May 24, 1906); 2 c. each 
July 10, 1906. 257 

Bateham, Charles S., Nor- 
walk, Ohio. 
Laning J. F. ( H 80174, June 30, 1906; 
2 c. June 22, 1906.) 258 

Berdan (H. B. ), Long 
Branch, N. J. 
Woman's answer to *' The vampire**. (H 
80265, July 7, 1906; 2 c. Julv 7, 1906.) 

259 

Bey (Theophilue), Williams- 
port, Pa. 
Carnival scene. Arrival of the queens. 
Williainsport, Pa. (H tt0267, July 7, 
1906. ) 260 

— Market square, Williamsport, Pa. 
(H 80269, July 7, 1906. ) 261 

Market square, carnival scene. Wil- 
liamsport, Pa. ( H 80268, July 7, 1906. ) 

262 
2 c. each July 7, 1906. 

Buck, George V., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
Air ship. no. 3. ( H 80240, Julv 6, 1906; 
2 c. July 6, 1906. ) ' 263 

Cones (Nancy Ford), Cov- 
ington, Ky. 
Broken dish. (H 80205, July 5, 1906.) 

264 

Button, Button, who's got the button? 
{H 80202, July 5, 1906.) 265 

Hair cut. ( H 80201 , July 5, 1 906. ) 266 

Laborer's return. (H 80207, July 5, 

1906. ) 267 

Photographing the family group. (H 
80203, July 5, 1906.) 268 

Splinters. ( H 80204, July 5, 1906. ) 269 

Spring-time. (H 80206, July 5, 1906.) 

270 

1 c. each June 21, 1906; 1 c. each 
July 5, 1906. 



Detroit publinhing company, 
I)etr<)it, Mich. 
Beginning the mountain climb near Plain- 
view, Col 019344. (H 80434, Julv 9, 
IJHX).) 271 

Boulder creek, near Rollinsville, Col. 
019346. ( H S0435, July 9, 1906. ) 272 

Continental divi<le from Jennv lake, Colo. 
019337. (li 8^31, July 9,*19()6.) 273 

Hanging Rock and Tunnel no. 30, Col. 
019339 (H 80432, July 9, 1906.) 274 

Jamei^ Peak and eastern nlope of Conti- 
nental Divide, Col. 019;i41 (H 80433, 
July 9, 1906. ) 275 

Mountains and plains from Bear Creek 
drive, Colo. 019331 (11 8(H30, July 
9, 1906. ) . 276 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 

Doengen (Samuel Fretlerick), 
Blue Hidge, Pa. 
Monterev countrv club. (H 80301, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906.) 277 

Edison (Thcmia** A.), Or- 
ange, N. J. 
How the oflBce bov saw the ball game, 
scene nos. 1 to 9. (H 80406-80464, 
Julv 10, 1906; 2 c. each Julv 10, 1906.) 

278 
Fawcett (Waldon), Wash- 
ington, I). C. 
R. F. D. automobile, nos. 1 to 3. (H 
80237-80239, July 6, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 6, 1906.) 279 

Grissom (Sherwood T. ), 
Dardanelle, Ark. 
Above the clouds, Mt. Nebo, Ark. (H 
80437, July 9, 1906. ) 280 

Looking east from Point Lookout Mt. 
Nebo, Ark. (H 80438, Julv 9, 1906.) 

281 

Looking north from Sunset point, Mt. 

Nebo, Ark. (H 80439, July 9, 1906.) 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 282 

Hallam (J. R.), Washing- 
ton, Pa. 
Washington, Pa., ba.se ball team. (H 
80503, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 
1906.) ^ 288 

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72 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Heiinigar( Morton VV. ), Mid- 
dletown, Conn. 
Faculty of Wesleyan Univ. (H 80266, 
July 7, 1906; 2 o. June 27, 1906.) 284 

Howard, Kauffman & How- 
ard, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Alfred Jingle. ( H 80235, July 6, 1906. ) 

285 
Bill Sykes. ( H 80231, July 6, 1906. ) 

286 
Little Dorrit. ( H 80234, July 6, 1906. ) 

287 
Mrs. Gamp. (H 80233, July 6, 1906.) 

288 
Sidney Carton. ( H 80232, July 6, 1906. ) 

289 
2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

James & Bushnell, Seattle, 
Wa.sh. 
Ooo Goo girls. (H 80477, July 11, 1906; 
2 c. July 11, 1906.) 290 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Church tower, Jamestown. (H 80455, 
July 10, 1906. ) 291 

Copper, silver and wood and textile 
building. (H 80454, July 10, 1906.) 

292 

Copper, silver and wood building. (H 

80453, July 10, 1906.) 293 

Model garden, Jamestown exposition. 
(H 80450, July 10, 1906.) 294 

Model school, Jamestown exposition. 
(H 80449, July 10, 1906.) 296 

Pocohontas hospital, Jamestown exposi- 
tion. (H 80448, July 10, 1906.) 296 

Powhatan oak. ( H 80451, July 10, 1906. ) 

297 

Textile building. (H 80452, July 10, 
1906.) 298 

2 c. each July 10, 1906. 

Kern brothers. Long Island 
City, N. Y. 
Corrigan (Mt. Rev. M. A.) (H. 80446, 
July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906.) 299 

Law^ (Mae C. ), Washington, 
D. C. 
Mansion, Marshall Hall, Md. ( H 80440, 
July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 300 

lazamick (N. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Rockefeller (G.)^ * (H 80250, July 7, 
1906. ) 301 

Rockefeller (W.) (H 80249, July 7, 
1906. ) 302 

2 c. each July 7, 1906. 



MacDonald (Pirie), New 

York N. Y. 

Brisbane ( A. ) ( H 80444,' July 10, 1906. ) 

303 
Guggenheimer (R.) (H 80445, July 10, 
1906. ) 304 

2 c. each July 10, 1906. 

Magagnos (C. P.), Alameda, 
Cal. 
Destruction of San Francisco by earth- 
quake and fire. nos. 1 & 2. (H 8017O- 
80171, July 2, 1906; 2 c. each July 2, 
1906.) 305 

Ruins of San Francisco by moonlight. 
(H 80172, July 2, 1906; 1 c. July 2, 
1906; 1 c. May 18, 1906.) 806 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Dugro ( Miss A. ) nos. 1 & 2. ( H 79493- 
79494, June 16, 1906; 1 c. each June 16, 
1906; 1 c. each July 3, 1906. ) 807 

Montauk photograph con- 
cern. New York, N. Y. 
Goodhue Livingstone group. (H 77177, 

May 11, 1906.) 808 

J. H. Smith's party. (H 77176, May 11, 

1906. ) 809 

Miss Bryce's party. (H 77163, May 11, 

1906.) ' 310 

Miss Gerry's coach. (H 77170, May 11, 

1906.) 811 

Miss Gerry's party. (H 77165, May 11, 
1906.) 812 

no. 2. (H 77166, May 11, 1906.) 818 

Miss Gulliver group. (H 77181, May 11, 
1906.) 814 

Miss Gulliver's party. (H 77161, May 
11, 1906.) 816 

I.O.2. (H77]62,Mayll,1906.) 816 

Miss Harriman's party. (H 77160, May 
11,1906.) 817 

Misseslves. (H 77178, May 11, 1906.) 818 

Mrs. Blair's coach. (H 77171, May 11, 
1906.) 819 

Mrs. Blair's party. (H 77168, May 11, 
1906. ) 820 

Mrs. Iselin's party. (H 77164, IMay 11, 
1906. ) 821 

Mrs. Livingstone group. (H 77169, May 
11, 1906. ) 822 

Mrs. Sanger's party. (H 77159, May 11, 
1906.) 828 

Mrs. Vanderbilt group. (H 77167, May 
11, 1906. ) 824 

0. G. Jennings party. (H 77186, May 
11, 1906.) 325 

no. 2. (H 77187, Mav 11, 1906. ) 

826 

R. L. Gerry's party. (H 77173, May 11, 

1906. ) 827 



PHOTOOBAHH8 



7» 



Montauk photograph con- 
cern, New York, N. Y. 
R. L. Gerry's party, no. 2. (H 77174, 
May 11, 1906.) 828 

— no. 3. (H 77175, May 11, 1906.) 

829 

Review in the park. (H 77172, May 11, 

190(). ) 880 

Seymour Cromwell party. (H 77179, 
May 11, 1906.) 881 

— no. 2. (H 77180, May 11, 1906.) 

382 

W.C.Gulliver party. (H 77183, May 
11,1906.) 888 

W. G. Loew party. (H 77184, May 11, 
1906.) 884 

— no. 2. (H 77185, May 11, 1906.) 

VVm. Woodward party. (H 77182. May 
11,1906.) 836 

2 c. each July 10, 1906. 

Peck (Hobart F.), Akron, 
Ohio. 
Tnesday musical club. (H 80429, July 
9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 887 

Pillsbury picture co., Oak- 
land, Gal. 
Base of Sentinel Rock. no. 1015. (H 
80298, July 9, 1906. ) 838 

Bridal Veil Falls from road. (H 80278, 
July 9, 1906. ) 888 

Confederate group, Mariposa Big Tree 
grove. (H 80287, July 9, 1906.) 840 

El Capitan, Yosemite. (H 80285, July 
9,1906.) 841 

floating clouds at Mirror Lake. (H 

80280, July 9, 1906.) 342 , 

lieneral Grant tree, Mariposa erove. ( H i 

80284, July 9, 1906. ) 843 ' 

Glacier Point Hotel, Half Dome, Vernal 
and Nevada Falls, no. 1018. (H 80288, 
July 9, 1906. ) 844 

Mariposa Big Tree Grove, no. 1001. (H 
80279, July 9, 1906. ) 346 

Panorama from Glacier Point trail. (H 

80282, July 9, 1906. ) 346 

Panorama in the Mariposa Big Tree 
grove, no. 1004. (H 80281, July 9, 
1906.) ^347 

Panorama of Mariposa Big Tree grove, 
no. 1000. (H80277, July9,1906.) 348 

Sentinel Hotel from Oak Cottage. (H 
80286, July 9, 1906. ) 349 

^Pper Chilualualna Falls from the Trail. 
(H 80299, July 9, 1906.) 850 

^'iew from Bridal Veil meadows. (H 

80283, July 9, 1906.) 861 
Yoeemite Falls from end of road. (H 

80300, July 9, 1906.) 862 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 



Shattuck (L. K.), New- 
York. N. Y. 
Wallace (J. F.) Mrs. A. H. (nwxlwin 
standing, MrH. Wallace and MIhh IWrry 
8eate<i. (H 8l):i()9, July 9, 1906.) 868 

Mrs. Wallatv ami Mint) Berry »<eated, 

Mr>». A. H. Goodwin standing. (H 
80307, July 9, 190<>.) 864 

Mrs. Wallace Ix'side him and Mins 



Berry seateil, Mrs. A. H. (Goodwin 
standing. (H 80308, July 9, 1906.) 

866 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 

Shuck (J. A.), El Reno, 

Okla. 

Harvesting oats in Oklahoma. ( H 80481 , 

July 11, 1906. 866 

Oklahoma wheat harvent, nos. 1 to 

3. (H 80478-80480, Julv 11, 1906.) 

367 
2 c. each July 11, 1906. 

Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Ag<>ny» the famous group of Laocoon, 
Kome, Italy. 416. (H 8(X)03, June 30. 
1906.) ' 868 

Bird's eye view of Bethlehem from the 
Church of the Nativity. 1208. (H 
80034, June 30, 1906. ' 369 

Buffaloes bathing in the Jumna Delni, 
India. 1304. (H 80038, June 30, 
1906. ) 860 

Busy street in Tanjore, India. 1305. (H 
80039, June 30, 1906.) 361 

Cares of a household. 1402. (H 80043, 
June 30, 1906. ) 362 

Castle of San Angelo, Rome, Italy. 414. 
(H 80002, June 30, 1906.) 363 

Cathedral, Milan, Italy. 408. (H 80001, 
June 30, 1906. ) 364 

Child's prayer. 1401. (H 80042, June 
30,1906.) 365 

Course of the Henley regatta, London,. 
England. 110. (H 79990, June 30, 
1906. ) 366 

Crowning the daisy queen. 1400. (H 

80041, June 30, 1906. ) 367 

Cultivating the fields, Japan. 501. (H 

80004, June 30, 1906.) 368 

Cutters working in the cane fields, W. 
Indies. 606. ( H 80019, June 30, 1906. ) 

369 

Dainty little geisha girls feeding deer, 

Japan. 514. (H 80012, June 30, 1906.) 

370 

Dinner at a wayside inn, Tokio, Japan. 

519. (H 80014, June 30, 1906.) 371 

Drying cocoa, Dominica, W. Indies. 607. 
(H 80020, June 30, 1906.) 372 



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CATALOGUE OB' COPYRIGHT ENTRIEfc^ 



Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Family threshing machine in the rice 
fields, Japan. 503. (H 80006, June 
30, 1906. ) 873 

Feeding mulberry leaves to silk worms, 
Japan. 506. ( H 80008, June 30, 1906. ) 

374 

Firing and preparing the green tea, Japan. 
505. (H 80007, June 30, 1906.) 375 

Flower beds in east Princess street gar- 
dens, Edinburgh, Scotland. 202. (H 
79993, June 30, 1906.) 376 

Garden of Gethsemane, Palestine. 1206. 
(H 80033, June 30, 1906. ) 377 

Garden of the Zocalo, City of Mexico. 
901. (H 80024, June 30, 1906.) 378 

Golden grain fieldsand farm homes, Kitju, 
Japan. 511. (H 80010, June 30, 1906.) 

379 

Golgotha, church of the Holy Sepulchre, 
Jerusalem. 1204. ( H 80032, June 30, 
1906.) 380 

Harvesting in the rice fields of Japan. 
502. (H 80005, June 30, 1906.) 381 

Interiorof Notre Dame, Malines, Belgium. 
305. (U 79994, June 30, 1906.) 382 

St. Peter's cathedral, Rome, Italv. 

402. (H 79998, June 30, 1906.) 383 
St. Romold cathedral, Malines, Bel- 



gium. 306. ( H 79995, June 30, 1906. ) 

884 
Jerusalem from the Mt. of Olives, Pales- 
tine. 1200. (H 80030. June 30, 1906. ) 

385 

Lake Grassmere and village, England. 

112. ( H 79992, June 30, 1906. ) 386 

Library of the palace of the Vatican, 
Rome, Italy. 404. ( H 80000, June 30, 
1906. ) 387 

Mahratta Durbar hall. Rajah's palace. 
Tanjore, India. 1303. (H 80037, June 
30, 1906. ) 388 

Meeting of the waters, Killarney, Ireland. 
805. ( H 80023, June 30, 1906. ) 389 

Model, Irish cottage, Moneghan co., Ire- 
land. 804. ( H 80022, June 30, 1906. ) 

390 

Miss Cherry Blossom and Miss Butterfiy, 
Tokvo, Japan. 516. (H 80013, June 
30, 1906.) 391 

Mt. Sir Donald, B. C. Canada. 1000. 
( H 80027, June 30, 1906. 392 

Mt*'. Aberdeen and Lefroy, B. C. Can- 
ada. 1002. (H 80029, June 30, 1906. ) 

893 

Native method of cooking on clay stoves. 
Palestine. 1212. (H 80035, June 30, 
1906. ) 394 

Niagara of Mexico, Juanacatlan Falls, 
Mexico. 906. (H 80026, June 30, 
1906. ) 395 



Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Palace of the Vatican, Rome, Italy. 403. 
( H 79999, June 30, 1906. ) 396 

Peons drying coffee, Orizaba, Mexico. 
903. ( H 80025, June 30, 1906. ) 897 

Pilgrims bathing in the sacred Jordan, 
Palestine. 1216. (H 80036, June 30, 
1906.) 398 

Pilgrims entering the city of Jerusalem. 
1202. (H 80031, June 30, 1906.) 399 

Pride of London, St. Paul's cathedral. 
102. ( H 79989, June 30, 1906. ) 400 

Rescued famine sufferers awaiting food, 
Ahmedabad, India. 1306. (H 80O4O, 
June 30, 1906. ) 401 

Rome from St. Peter's cathedral, Italy. 
400. ( H 79996, June 30, 1906. ) 402 

Sackville street, Dublin, Ireland. 800. 
(H 80021, June 30, 1906. ) 408 

St. Peters cathedral, Rome, Italv. 401. 
( H 79997, June 30, 1906. ) * 404 

Silent toilers who clothe the nation in 
silk, Japan. 521 . ( H 80015, June 30, 
1906. ) 406 

Soufriere's streaming caldron, W. Indies. 
603. (H 80017, June 30, 1906.) 406 

Stoke Pogis church. Stoke Pogis, Eng- 
land. 111. (H 79991, June 30, 1906. ) 

407 

Sugar cane plantation and wind mill 
tower, St. Kitts, \V. Indies. 605. ( H 
80018, June 30, 1906.) . 408 

Suizenje garden, Kumamoto, Japan. 
512. (H 80011, June 30, 1906.) 409 

Summit lake and Wapta's lofty castle, 
B. C. Canada. 1001. (H 80028, June 
30, 1906. ) 410 

Tray of cocoons nearly ready to yield the 
precious thread, Mavebashi, Japan. 
507. (H 80009, June 30, 1906.) 411 

When the cat is away. A. 1403. (H 
80044, June 30, 1906. ) 412 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 

Strauss (J. C), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Clarke (C. S. ) a & b. ( H 80302-80303, 
July 9, 1906. ) 418 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 

Wallace ( William Archi- 
bald), Lewisburg, W. Va. 
Dougherna Knob, Smoot, W. Va. (H 
80501, July 11, 1906.) 414 

Greenbrier river, Whitcomb, W. Va. 
(H 80500, July 11, 1906.) 416 

2 c. each July 11, 1906. 



PHOTCM3RAPH8 



75 



White (H. C. ) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Ainn fishermen on their primitive boats, 
Yezo, Japan. 4012. (H 80484. Julv 
11, 1906. ) 416 

Business section and new ^post oflSce, Chi- 
cago, 111. 215. (H 80496, July 11, 
1906.) 417 

Ellicott Square, Buffalo, N. Y. 422. ( H 
80497, July 11, 1906.) 418 

In nature's garden Cecropin moth and 
fleur de lis. 6279. ( H 80493, J uly 1 1 , 
1906. ) 419 

In the lava beds at Torre Annunziata, 
Italy. 8743. (H 80490, July 11, 1906. ) 

420 

Islands, Lake of Killamev, Ireland. B 
308. (H 80483, July 11^ 1906.) 421 

Main street of Moukden. 8629. (H 
80487, July 11, 1906.) 422 

Picking cotton in the sunny South, 
Georgia. 888. (H 80498, July 11, 
1906.) 423 

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia river, Ore- 
gon. B 9. (H 80482, July 11, 1906.) 

424 

Powerful freight locomotive ready to haul 
train, New Mexico. 12280. ( H 80495, 
July 11, 1906.) 425 



White (H. ('.) comt)any, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Railwav at foot of Vesuvius, Italy. 8742. 
(H 8iH89, July 11, 1906. ) 426 

Refugees waiting distribution of bread, 
Ottajano, Italv. 8738. ( H 80488, July 
11, 1906. ' 427 

Bitting mist on Mt. Nantal, Lake Chuz- 
enji, Japan, 3990. ( H 80492, Jul v 1 1 , 
1906 ) * 428 

Scene of detolation, Ottajano swei)t by 
volcanic ashes, Italv. 8740. (H 80494, 
July 11, 1906.) ' 429 

Unearthing the railwav station at Otta- 
jano, Italv. 8737. (H 80486, July 11, 
1906. ) 430 

Vesuvius after the erui>tion, from Otta- 
jano, Italy. 8735. (H 80491, July 11, 
1906. ) 431 

When the stonn cloudn hang low across 
(jrand Canvon, Ariz. 12215. (H 
80485, July 11, 1906.) 432 

Where flower worshippers sit all day, 
Tokio, Japan. 4021. (H 80499, July 
11,1906.) 483 

2 c. each July 10, 1906. 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 10,286 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 



diider this heading is given n list of the photo^rraphs deposited accordiiiff to law with applicatioDS 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and model.s or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with snbaiphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. ThuH the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by American lithographic company. New York, 
N. Y. Class I, XXc, no. 18594. July 12, 1906; 1 photograph received July 12, 1906." 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Twilight V. 49 Profile view of the head 
of a young woman with black hair 
Btvlishly arranged in a puff around her 
face. (I 18594, July 12, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 12, 1906. ) 484 

Barnes - Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of man standing front view, 

he wears trousers, coat, collar, he holds 

a cigarette in his lingers. (I 18570, 

July 9, 1906.) 486 

showing dining table with cover and 

candeladrum; a lady and child sit at 
opposite sides of table. (1 18562, Julv 
9, 1906. ) 486 

showing half figures of three ladies, 

one in profile the others nearly front 
view. (I 18563, July 9, 1906. ) 437 

showing lady standing front view, 

fastening a small bouquet in front of 
her waist. (118567, July 9, 1906.) 438 

showing lady standing front view 

looking at a roll of carpet before her. 
(I 18565, July 9, 1906.) 439 

showing man standing nearly front 

view, with one elbow resting on a rail- 
ing. (I 18569, July 9, 1906.) 440 

showing man's head in profile, he 

wears a straw hat with upturned brim. 
(I 18572, July 9, 1906.) 441 

showing three boys of about the 

same age, two are standing and one is 
seated. (I 18571, July 9, 1906.) 442 

showing three little girls in a row, 

the one in the middle is seated. (I 
18568, July 9, 1906. ) 443 

showing two ladies standing nearly 

front view, one holds a fan by its 
chain. (I 18573, July 9, 1906.) 444 

showing two ladies walking, one car- 
ries a parasol. ( 1 18566, Jul v 9, 1906. ) 

445 

" — ;■ showing young lady standing front 
view, holding two books in one arm. 
(1 18564, July 9, 1906. ) 446 

1 photo, each July 9, 1906. 

3595— FT 4, NO 4—06 2 



Braun, Clement & cie, Paris, 
France. 
A la campagne. Portrait of three young 
women dressed in rich gowns, no. 
5564. (1 18509, July 7, 1906.) 447 

Au palais de glace. Skating rink scene. 
In the foreground are seated at a table 
two women while another woman is 
standing, no. 5599. (I 18518, July 7, 
1906. ) 448 

Belle rccolte Three quarter length fig- 
ure of a young peasant girl with hair 
flowing down her back. no. 5555. (I 
18504, July 7, 1906.) 449 

Charmante. Three quarter length figure 
of a young woman dressed in loose 
gown, with shoulders bare. no. 5573. 
(I 18514, July 7, 1906.) 450 

Chez les blanchisseuses. Scene in a laun- 
dry shop, five laundry girls one of 
wliich, seated on astool is handing some 
clothes to another, no. 5558. (118507, 
July 7, 1906.) 461 

Coin d*ombre. Country scene showing 
in the foreground two cows standing 
and two Iving down on the grass, no. 
8746.- (1*18540, July 7, 1906.) 452 

Dans la basse-cour. Farm scene, a wo- 
maH, standing, feeding a lot of chickens, 
while a young girl is looking on. no. 
8724. (I 18531, July 7, 19Q6. ) 453 

Dans I'atelier. Scene in a studio. In 
the foreground is a grey hound looking 
toward a table, no. 5609. (I 18520, 
July 7, 1906. ) 454 

Derriere le village. Flock of sheep in the 
centre of wliich is walking a shepherd, 
no. 8753. (I 18497, July 7, 1906.) 

455 

Deux amis. Portrait of a little girl dressed 
in white with hair flowing down her 
back on her lap a basket in which is a 
little dog. no. 5575. (I 18515, July 
7,1906.) 456 

Douleur d'amour. Nude figure of a 
young woman bent over and resting on 
a sculptured stone pedestal. Cupid 
with his fiats covering his eyes is crv- 
ing. no. 5556. (I 18505, July 7, 1906. 

457 

77 



78 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Braun, Clement & cie, Paris, 
France. 
Entree de port. Marine scene, picture of 
a bay in which, to the right, is a fish- 
ing boat. no. 8725. (I i8532, July 7, 
1906. ) *46« 

Entree de village. Country scene show- 
ing a house at the door of which is 
standing a woman, no. 8742. ( 1 18538, 
July 7, 1906. ) 469 

Etude. Bust of a young woman, with 
hair flowing down her back, and a 
wreath on her head. no. 5630. (I 
18525, July 7, 1906.) 460 

Interieur-Hollandais Petit-fr^re Interior 
scene. A peasant woman seated on a 
chair is holding on her lap a baby, 
no. 5649. (1 1*5527, July 7, 1906. ) 461 

Jeune fille k la guirlande. Three quarter 
length figure of a young girl dressed in 
a light gown with a dark l)elt. no. 
5551. (I 18500, July 7, 1906.) 462 

Jeunesse. Portrait of a young woman, 
barefooted, wearing a loose garment, 
with right shoulder and breast bare, 
no. 5552. (I 18501, July 7, 1906.) 463 

Seven young women dressed in loose 

gowns, holding each others hands are 
dancing, no. 5626. (I 18524, July 7, 
1906.) 464 

Lauretta. Three quarter length figure 
of a young woman with shoulders and 
breast bare, right hand resting on her 
hip. no. 5567. (1 18511, Julv 7, 1906. ) 

465 

Mimosa. Three quarter length figure of 
a young woman seated on a canapee 
with loose white flowing about her bare 
shoulders and breast, no. 5613. (I 
18521, July 7, 1906. ) 466 

Moment de repos. Portrait of a young 
girl, barefooted, with her back turned 
toward the wall of a fountain against 
which she is resting, no. 5554. (I 
18503, July 7, 1906. ) 467 

Mouettes. Row boat is on the shore and 
a young woman sitting on the side of 
the boat is looking toward several sea 
gulls, no. 8738. (1 18536, July 7, 1906. ) 

468 

Mozart enfant ^ la cour de France. Court 
scene showing young Mozart seated at 
a piano; behind him is an orchestra. 
no. 8755. (I 18498, July 7, 1906.) 469 

L'oncle h heritage. Portrait of an elder- 
ly man seated on a canopy beside a 
voung woman who is holding his hand, 
no. 5565. (1 18510, July 7, 1906. ) 470 

Paresseuse. Portrait of a young girl, 
bare footed, is stretching herself, a bas- 
ket of fruit is on a stone block beside 
her. no. 5553. (1 18502, Julv 7, 1906. ) 

471 



Braun, Clement & cie, Paris, 

France. 

Port de Camaret. Marine scene showing 

in foreground four sail boats and some 

row boats, no. 8733. ( I 18534, July 7, 

1906.) 472 

Premieres fleurs. Three quarter length 
figures of two young girls dressed in. 
loose white gowns, with breast and 
shoulders bare. no. 5614. (1 18522, 
July 7, 1906.) 473 

Ravine. Country scene showing a ravine 
bordered by trees; a woman carrying a 
pitcher is walking, no. 8741. (118537, 
July 7, 1906.) 474 

Raz de maree. Beach scene showing fish- 
ermen drawing in by the aid of a rope 
their boat through the surf. no. 8726. 
( I 18533, July 7, 1906. ) 475 

Reflexion. Portrait of a young woman, 
with bare shoulders and hair flowing 
down her back, seated on a couch hold- 
ing a picture in her left hand. no. 
5568. (I 18512, July 7, 1906.) 476 

Rendez-vous. A hunter, seated on a 
bench, with his gun between his legs, is 
lighting his pipe. no. 5632. (1 18526, 
July 7, 1906.) 477 

Renouvelleinent des voeux. Churcli 
scene. A procession of several young 
girls dresfsed in Brittany costumes, each. 
carrying a candle, no. 8734. (118535, 
July 7, 1906. ) 478 

Retour de P^che. Marine scene show- 
ing four fishing boats returning from a 
fishing trip while in the distance is an- 
other boat. no. 8712. (I 18529, July 
7, 1906.) 479 

Retour vers la ferme. Country scene 
showing a shepherd followed by a flock 
of sheep, no. 8756. (I 18496, July 7, 
1906.) 480 

Reveil. Three quarter length portrait of 
a young woman with shoulders and 
breast partly bare seated on a sofa, hold- 
ing a kitten, no. 5570. (I 18513, Julv 
7, 1906.) 481 

Roses blanches de Taernina. Three quar- 
ter length figure of a younj^ woman 
dressed in loose white gown, with shoul- 
ders bare, looking down upon some 
roses, no. 5577. (I 18516, July 7, 
1906.) 482 

Roses de Trianon. Three quarter length 
portrait of a woman dressed in dark 
gown with white gauze around her 
shoulders, has her left arm passed 
through the ribbon of a hat full of 
roses, no. 5578. (I 18517, July 7, 
1906. ) 488 



FINE ART9 



79 



Broun, Clement & cie, Park, 
France. 
Roisseau. Landscape. A brook running 
between several trees, no. 8710. (I 
18528, July 7, 1906. ) 484 

Secrets de T amour. Three quarter lengrth 
figure of a young woman dressed in loose 
white gown, resting against a well listen- 
ing to a little cupid. no. 5557. (1 18606, 
July 7, 1906.) 485 

Servantes du Cardinal Portrait of a 
Cardinal seated in an arm-chair smiling 
to two 3'oung women each carrying a 
tray, no 5559 (1 18508, July 7,*1906. ) 

486 

Shallow waters. Marine scene showing 
two old fishermen in a boat sailing over 
the waves no 8719 (I 18530, July 7, 
1906. ) 487 

Soir. Country scene showing two cows 
and several sheep in the foreground 
and a peasant girl carrying two milk 
cans, no 8751. ( 1 18499, July 7, 1906. ) 

488 

Soir apres la pluie. Evening scene in 
the country, a man is driying forward 
six cows accompanied by a dog. no 
8745 (I 18539, July 7, 1906. ) 489 

Sommeil de Manon. Nude figure of a 
young woman lying on a bed over 
which curtains are hanging, and near 
which an arm-chair with clothes on it. 
no. 5625 (I 18523, July 7, 1906.) 

490 

Song of summer. Summer scene, seven 
little girls and a small boy are walking 
merrily along a country road, no 
5601. (I 18519, July 7, 1906. ) 491 

Tricoteuse Young peasant woman stand- 
ing with her back against a tree is 
knitting amid sun flowers and other 
flowers, no 5550 (I 18541, June 7, 
1906. ) 492 

1 photo, each June 7, 1906. 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 
Ennui. Young woman lying back care- 
lessly in a huge Cretonne covered arm 
chair. (I 18576, July 10, 1906.) 498 

Great explorers 10. Jedediah Smith 
number of mounted men wending their 
way across a desert, the leaders are 
bronzed from exposure. (1 18577, July 
10, 1906. ) 494 

1 photo, each July 10, 1906. 

Daprato statuary company, 
Chicago, III. 
Gothic-altar. The distinguishing feature 
of this altar is a representation of a 
chalice on Tabernacle door, surrounded 
by cherubs. (1 18557, June 28, 1906; 
1 photo. June 28, 1906. ) 495 



English (F. F.). New York, 
N. Y. 
At the bridge. Two women standing on 
stone bridge. One has red waist the 
other white. (I 186)7, July 14, 1906. ) 

496 

River road. Country landscape. A 
house with several large additions on 
left of road. {I 18618, July 14, 1906.) 

497 
1 photo, each July 14, 1906. 

Fairbanks (E. A T.) & co., 
St, Johnsbury, Vt. 
Builders plan Drawing of a 46 ft. 150 
ton, 4 secticm iron frame railway track 
scale, standaril steel construction, no. 
6-30-06 E. sheet. 1, drawer 10, style 10. 
(I 18558, July 9, 1906. ) 498 

Detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 150 ton, 
4 sections iron frame railway track 
scale, standard steel construction, no. 
6-30-06 E. sheet 4, drawer 10. ( 1 18561 , 
July 9, 1906. ) 499 



no. 6-30-06 F. sheet 3. drawer 10. 

(I 18.760, July 9, 1906. ) 500 

Foundation plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
150 ton, 4 sections iron frame railway 
track scale, standard steel construction, 
no. 6-30-06 E. sheet 2, drawer 10. (I 
18559, June 9, 1906. ) 501 

1 photo, each June 9, 1906. 

Feist (Julien), Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
Annunciation The centre panel contains 
the figure of St. Marie reading a parch- 
ment, alluding to the birth of Christ 
(I 18578, July 11, 1906; 1 photo. July 
11, 1906.) 502 

Fox (R. A.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Meadow brook. Country landscape sum- 
mer. Road running through small 
wood at left (1 18616, July 14, 1906; 
1 photo. July 14, 1906.) 503 

Koehler (P. R.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Old farm. Early autumn landscape with 

cattle pastqring in middle distance near 

large barn. (1 18619, July 14, 1906; 1 

photo. July 14, 1906. ) 504 

Laux (A.), New York, N. Y. 
Family dinner. In center foreground is 
a table with cups, saucers, etc. Bottle 
of wine in center. Four hens on table, 
eating. (I 18620, July 14, 1906; 1 
photo. July 14, 1906. ) 505 



80 



CATALO<iUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Phillips (T. F.) company, 

Dubuque, Iowa. 

Gothic main altar. 20027. Three steps 

of unequal length upon which rests a 

table having four pillars. (I 18675, 

July 9, 1906; 1 photo. July 9, 1906.) 

606 

Pyle (Howard), Wilmington, 

Del. 

Battle of Nashville Two lines of troops 

charging across a muddy corn field, 

toward a stone wall. (I 18574, July 9, 

1906; 1 photo. July 9, 1906.) 507 

Scott (Nellie Burrell), San 

Francisco, Cal. 

Tired out. Rainbow trout being played 

out in the stream; oil painting 20 by 

30 in. (I 18579, July 9, 1906; 1 photo. 

July 9, 1906. ) 608 



Throckmorton {Miss J. H.), 

Washington, D. C. 

Sand boy. Small boy playing in the 

sand on a beach, seated on the ground 

and looking down. (I 18583, July 11, 

1906.) 609 

Vacation time. Two small boys playing 
on the street on a sand pile. (1 18582, 



July 11, 1906.) 



610 



Yellow daisies. Jar containing yellow 
daisies. Jar is resting on a mahogany 
stand. (1 18584, July 11, 1906.) 611 

1 photo, each July 11, 1906. 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,26? 



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LIBRARY OF C'ONGRESb-<- ,. . . 



COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONCSRKSS OF MARCH 3. Ihtfl 

518T CONGRKSS, 2ND SE>SION. CHAP. n(l\ SIX. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SKRIKS, VOLUME 1, JULY-DKCKMBER, 1906 

No. 5 

August 2, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVEBSMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



I 




From the 
U. S. Government. 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS.. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

. • s 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with ^iibalphabet of titles. 

« 
To save space the copyright notice a£ter each title 4»abbreyiatevi. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read^ "Copyright by. Ban Icing Hn«l mcrcHiitile world company. Chi- 
cago, m. Class F, XXc, no. 43740, June 21. 19^6; 2 copies received June 27. 1906." 



Banking and mercantile ' 
world company, Chi- 
cago, III. 
Naftzger (L. S.) (F 43740, June 21, 
1906.) 612 

Some of the leading financial institutions, 
all destroyed. (F 43738, June 21, 
1906.) ' 513 

— nearly all destroyed. (F 43739, June 
21, 1906. ) 514 

2 c. each June 27, 1906. 

Boston post card company, 
Boston Mass. 
Famous blue lobster. ( F 43866. July 16, 
1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906.) 615 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Castle Geyser. Yellowstone Park. 5121. 
(F 43805, July 14, 1906. ) 616 

City square, Cleveland, Ohio 9063 (F 
43810, July 14, 1906.) 617 

Jacob's Ladder, White Mountains. 5418 
(F 43806, July 14, 1906. ) 618 

Museum of art, Detroit, Mich. 7162 ( F 
43808, July 14, 1906.) 619 

Nightfall on the Ste. Claire riyer, Mich. 
6403 (F 43807, July 14, 1906.) 820 

Tower Falls, Yellowstone Park. 7757 
(F 43809, July 14, 1906.) 621 

2 c. each July 14, 1906. 

Dismukes (Mary Ethel), 
Denver, Colo. 
Columbine (F 43917, July 17, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. ) 622 

Eisenlohr (Gustav William), 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Finish of the whole Damm family. (F 
43814, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 

623 
Electrelle company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Abbandono. ( F 43606, July 6, 1906. ) 

624 



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Electrelle company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Beethoven. Funeral march. (F 43607, 
July 6, 1906. ) 526 

Chopin's nocturne. (F 43608, July 6, 
1906. ) 626 

Grieg. Spring. ( F 43609, July 6, 1906. ) 

527 

Schnl)ert. Erlking. (F 43610, July 6, 

1906. ) 526 

Wagner. The ride of the Walkures. ( F 
43605, July 6, H)06. ) 629 

2 c. each July 6, 1906. 

Frizell (Frederick A.), Dor- 
chester, Mass. 
Apple blossoms at theoldCrossman house, 
Milton. (F 43870, July 16, 1906.) 

530 

Full head of steam, Central ave., Milton. 
( F 43875, July 16, 1906. ) 631 

Hoosic Whisick pond, Milton. (F 43873, 
July 16, 1906.) 632 

Mattapan bridge. (F 43874, July 16, 
1906. ) 633 

Pine tree brook, Milton. (F 43869, July 
16, 1906. ) 634 

Reservation road, Blue Hills, Milton. (F 
43872, July 16, 1906.) 636 

Walter Baker chocolate mills, from the 
big chimney. ( F 43868, July 16, 1906. ) 

636 

power house. (F 43871, July 16, 

1906.) * 637 

Winter sunset on Brush Hill road, Milton. 
(F 43867, July 16, 1906. ) 633 

2 c. each July 16, 1906. 

Hearst (William R. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
First photographs of John D. Rockefeller 
as a golfer. (F 43765, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 639 

81 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Hopkins (Cordelia 0.), 
Toledo, Ohio. 
CJentral Congregational church, Toledo, 
Ohio. (F 43781, July 14, 1906; 2 c. 
July 14, 1906.) 640 

Kehler (James Howard), 
Chicago, 111. 
Stein verein. (F 43782, July 7, 1906; 
2 c. July 14, 1906.) 541 

Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York N. Y. 

Cupid in Utah. (F 43589, July 5, 1906. ) 

642 

In the side pocket. (F 43590, July 5, 

1906. ) 643 

2 c. each Julv 13, 1906. 

Kytka (Theodore), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Panorama of the ruins in the vallev. 
no. 2. (F 43920, July 17, 1906; 2 c. 
July 17, 1906.) 644 

O'Donnell (John M.), At- 
lantic City, N. J. 
Elephant hotel. South Atlantic City, 
N. J. (F 42249, May 18, 1906. ) 646 

Everybody works but father. (F 42690, 
June 2, 1906. ) 546 

Marlborough-Blenheim, Atlantic City, 
N. J. (F 42248, May 18, 1906.) 647 

Steel pier casino, Atlantic City, N. J. (F 
42250, May 18, 1906.) 548 

2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

Overton ( W. H. ), & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Satisfaction. (F 43881, July 16, 1906; 2 
c. July 16, 1906. ) 549 

Patrick (John T.) Wades- 
boro, N. C. 
Boy of the Rockies. Wadesboro, N. C. 
(F 43778, July 13, 1906. ) 660 

Churches of Wadesboro, N. C. (F 43779, 
July 13, 1906. ) 661 

2 c. each, June 25, 1906. 

Rockies of Wadesboro, N. C. no. 1. (F 
43774, Julv 13, 1906; 2 c. June 24, 
1906. ) * 562 

no. 2.' (F 43775, July 13, 1906; 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 553 

no. 3. (F 43776, July 13, 1906; 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 664 

no. 4. (F 43777, July 13, 1906: 

2 c. June 25, 1906.) 656 

Wadesboro, N. C. Zion industrial school. 
(F 43780, July 13, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 656 

Scribner's (Charles) sons. 
New York N. Y. 
Dear me, said Time. \f 43380, June 27, 
1906. ) 657 



Scribner's (Charles) sons. 
New York, N. Y. 
Fizz-boom, bang, bang! (F 43378, June 
27, 1906.) 568 

Good Mr. World. (F 43388, June 27, 
1906. ) 659 

Mr. World. (F 43369, June 27, 1906.) 

560 

My hat, cried Mr. World. (F 43382, 
June 27, 1906.) 661 

My next, said Time. (F 43385, June 27, 
1906. ) 562 

Oblige me with a hat. (F 43384, June 
27, 1906.) 563 

Once more Time waved his wand. (F 
43383, June 27, 1906. ) 564 

Presto! behold! this time indeed. (F 
43379, June 27, 1906. ) 565 

Quoth time: Permit me to return voar 
hat.) (F 43387, June 27, 1906. ) ' 566 

There seems to be no limit to your hat's 
supply of posies. (F 43389, June 27, 
1906.) 567 

Whoever 'twas that made this hat. (F 
43381, June 27, 1906. ) 568 

Your hat's not empty yet. (F 43386, 
June 27, 1906. ) 569 

2 c. each June 26, 1906. 

Sheahan (M. T. ), Brookline, 
Mass. 
Anvthing worth doing. (F 43853, July 
16,1906.) 670 

Be en th usiastic. ( F 43835, July 1 6, 1906. ) 

671 
Be gentle. (F 43832, July 16, 1906.) 672 

Be thankful. (F 43846, July 16, 1906.) 

573 

•Be the right man. (F 43826, July 16, 

1906. ) 674 

Don't be a ghost. (F 43844, Julv 16, 
1906.) ' 675 

Early to bed. (F 43834, July 16, 1906.) 

676 

Friend in need. ( F 43841, Julv 16, 1906. ) 

677 

Fun not worth the memory. (F 43840, 
July 16, 1906.) 678 

Good name. (F 43822, July 16, 1906.) 

679 

Great men. (F 43843, Julv 16, 1906.) 

680 

Honest debt. (F 43845, July 16, 1906.) 

681 

Hope for the best. (F 43838, July 16, 
1906.) 682 

I can. ( F 43827, July 16, 16, 1906. ) 688 

Life is an arrow. (F43851, July 16,1906.) ■ 

684 



ENGRAV1NG8, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



88 



Sheahan (M. T.), Brookline, 

Little brother*8 song. ( F 43839, July 16, 
1906.) 585 

Live, laucrh and love. (F 43830, July 16, 
1906. ) 586 

Love. (F 43824, July 16, 1906.) 587 

Love to a man. ( F 43836, July 16, 1906. ) 

588 

My symphony. (F 43848, July 16, 1906. ) 

589 

Never put off Hill to-morrow. (F 43829, 
July 16, 1906.) 590 

Night. (F 43821, July 16, 1906. ) 591 

Noble life. (F 43837, Julv 16, 1906.) 

592 

Oh! what a tangled web. (F 43831, July 
16, 1906.) 598 

Our burden bearer. (F 43819, July 16, 
1906. ) 594 

Paas it on. (F 43850, July 16, 1906.) 

595 

Peace. ( F 43818, July 16, 1906. ) 596 

Pluck wins! (F43852, July 16, 1906. ) 597 

Prayer. (F 43823, July 16, 1906. ) 598 

Sleep sweet. (F 43820, July 16, 1906. ) 

599 

Spend more time in striving. (F 43842, 

July 16, 1906. ) 600 

Stop henpecking. (F 43847, July 16, 
1906. ) 601 

There is so much bad. ( F 43849, July 1 6, 
1906. ) 602 

Time is life. (F 43828, July 16, 1906.) 

608 
Trust. (F 43833, July 16, 1906. ) 604 

Try. (F 43825, July 16, 1906.) 605 

2 c. each July 16, 1906. 

Shepardson (E. D.), Waltham, 

Forest House, Marlow, N. H. ( F 43854, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906.) 606 

Stratton (H. H.), Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. 
Enthusiastic reception. (F 43877, Julv 
16, 1906.) 607 

)fficial photographer. (F 43880, July 
16, 1906.) 608 

Dhat is the soldiers business. (F 43879, 
July 16, 1906.) 609 

V'erv finest girl on earth. (F 43878, 
July 16, 1906.) 610 

ifoung soldier on detached service. ( F 
43876, July 16, 1906.) 611 

2 c. each July 16, 1906. 



Sunl)onnet babies co., Chi- 
cago, ill. 
Autumn fruitn. ( F 439:y), Julv 17, 1906. ) 

612 

Brother Bob leads the band. (F 43933, 
July 17, 1906.) 818 

Cool hints for hot days. (F 43926, July 
17,1906.) 614 

Crisp muslin underwear. ( F 4395 1 , Jul v 
17, 1906.) 615 

Dress goods. (F 43939, July 17, 1906.) 

616 
Falling off. ( F 43948, July 17, 1906. ) 617 

Give vour feet a leather treat. ( F 43938, 
July 17, 1906. ) 618 

Happy time. ( F 43967, July 17, 1906. ) 

619 

Hurrah for freedom. (F 43928, July 17, 

1906. ) 620 

In June array. ( F 43921 , July 17, 1906. ) 

621 

In the country. (F 43930, July 17, 
1906. ) 622 

It looks well. ( F 43922, July 17, 1906. ) 

628 

Jack Lantern. (F 43943, July 17, 1906.) 

624 

Lace curtains. ( F 43954, July 17, 1906. ) 

625 

March gale. (F 43950, July 17, 1906. ) 

626 

New coats. (F 43940, July 17, 1906.) 

627 

New flannels. (F 43944, July 17, 1906. ) 

628 

New gloves. (F 43936, July 17, 1906. ) 

629 

New handkerchiefs. (F 43949, July 17, 
1906. ) 680 

New shoes and stockings. ( F 43925, July 
17, 1906. ) 631 

New silk petticoats. (F 43946, July 17, 
1906. ) 632 

New veils. (F 43953, July 17, 1906.) 

633 
On the run. (F 43945, July 17, 1906.) 

634 

Our daintv handkerchiefs. (F 43924, 

July 17, 1906. ) 635 

Parasol time. (F 43955, Julv 17, 1906. ) 

636 

Peggie is in it. (F 43942, July 17, 1906. ) 

637 

Plunge. (F 43932, July 17, 1906. ) 638 

Ready for school. (F 43934, July 17, 
1906. ) 689 

Shoe shop. (F 43923, July 17, 1906.) 

640 
Silk dress. ( F 43952, July 17, 1906. ) 641 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Sunbonnet babies co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Slashing time. ( F 43929, July 17, 1906. ) 

642 
Soft snaps. (F 43927, July 17, 1906.) 643 

Travel time. (F 43937, July 17, 1906. ) 

644 

Turn on the hose. (F 43941, July 17, 

1906. ) 645 

Vacation time. ( F 43931 , July 17, 1906. ) 

646 
2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

Terry (Geo. E.), Washing- 
ton, D. C. 
What you see in Washington. (F 43815, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906.) 647 



Vance (William H.), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Bridge at midnight. (F 43919, July 17, 
1906. ) 648 

Peach on the knee is worth two on the 
tree. (F 43918, July 17, 1906. ) 649 

2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

Van Noy ( Peter E. A. ) , Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. 
Mob law exposed. (F 43159, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 650 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 6,988 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with siil alphabet i)f titles. 

To save space the copyrifrht notice after each title is abbreviaierl. Thiin the notice after the firnt 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvrijfht bv AckermHun-giiiKlcv llthoKraphing company, 
Kansas City, Mo. Class G. XXc, no. 13S06, July 2, 19(X); 2 copies received July 2. 1906," 



Ackermann, Quijrley litho- 
graphing company, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Comical head. no. 1102. (G 13505, 
July 2, 1906.) 661 

no. 1103, (G 13506, Julv 2, 1906.) 

662 
2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Courier company of Buffalo, 

Buffalo, St. Y. 

Diana's visit. (G 13623, Julv 13, 1906.) 

668 

Return of Nat-U-Ritch. (G 13624, Julv 

13, 1906. ) 664 

Stung again. (G 13636, July 14, 1906.) 

666 
2 c. each July 14, 1906. 

Fleisher brothers, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Fleisher bros. A. B & C. (G 13648- 
13650, July 16, 1906; 2 c. each July 16, 
1906. ) 666 

Horn (Fred F.), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 
Centennial souvenir card. (G 13564, 
June 18, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 667 

Hunter arms company, Ful- 
ton, N. Y. 
Stand. (G 13667, July 17, 1906; 2 c. 
July 17, 1906. ) 668 

Ketterlinus lithographing 

manufacturing company, 

Philadelphia, Pa. 

Happy hours. (G 13637, July 16, 1906. ) 

669 

Meadows of the Brandvwine. (G 13638, 

July 16. 1906.) ■ 660 

New England homestead. (G 13639, 

July 16, 1906. ) 661 

2 c. each July 16, 1906. 

McLoughlin brothers. Brook- 
Ivn, N. Y. 
Moonlight in the Mohawk valley, no. 
305. (G 13625, July 13, 1906.) 662 

Sunset on Peconic bay. (G 13626, July 
13, 1906. ) 663 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 



Newell (Peter), Leonia, 
N. J. 
Najie of Pollv SU^pvhead. ((J 12907. 
Apr. 17. 190().) 664 

(G 12640, Mar. 14, 1906.) 666 

2 c. each July 12, 1906. 

Ottmann (J.) lithographing 

company, New York, 

N. Y. 

Best on record. (G 13309, June 6, 1906; 

2 c. June 6, 1906. ) 666 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, I^rovidence, R. I. 
Jesup anointed in IJethanv. (G 13613, 
July 12, mm.) * 667 

Jesus ascends into Heaven, ((t 13609, 
July 12, 1906. ) 668 

Jesus before Caiaphas. (G 13608, July 
12, 1906. ) 669 

Jesus l)efore Pilate. (G 13614, Julv 12, 
1906. ) ' 670 

Jesus in (iethsemane. (G 13605, July 12, 
1906.) 671 

Jesus on the Cross. (G 13616, Julv 12, 
1906. ) 672 

Jesus risen from the dead. (G 13606, 
• July 12, 1906.) 673 

Lord's supper. (G 13615, July 12, 1906. ) 

674 

Parable of the talents. (G 13610, July 

12,1906.) 676 

Review. (G 13612, July 12, 1906.) 676 

Ten Virgins. (G 13607, July 12, 1906.) 

677 

Two great commandments. (G 13604, 

July 12, 1906.) 678 

World's temperance Sunday. (G 13611, 
July 12, 1906.) 

2 c. each July 12, 1906.) 679 

Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Auto' giri. N. Y. No. 11838. (G 12814, 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 680 

Blackface. N. Y. No. 11939. (G 13347, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. ) 681 

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86 



CATALOGUE OV COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Strobridge lithographing 
company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Race. N. Y. No. 11839. (G 12813, 
Apr. 11, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906. ) 682 

Subers. N. Y. No. 11940. (G 13348, 
June 11, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906. ) 683 

United States lithograph 
company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Arrival of the troupe, no. 9688. (G 
13631, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 

684 
First meeting of John Manners and Dor- 
othy Vernon, no. 9646. (G 13633, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 685 

Five female heads, no. 9739. (G 13644, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906.) 686 

Give up this dangerous life. no. 9771 
(G 13646, July 16, 1906; 2 c. Julv 16, 
1906.) ' ' 687 

God forgives a woman, no. 9710. (G 
13629, Julv 14, 1906; 2 c. Julv 14, 1906. ) 

688 

Good bye, Mr. Detective, no. 9709. (G 

13628, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 

689 

Is my hat on straight? no. 9672. (G 

13634, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 

690 



United States lithograph 
company, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Letter bill design, no. 9849 (G 13647, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 691 

Seven scenes, no. 273. (G 13627, July 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 692 

Six ballet girls, no. 9720. (G 13630, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1806. ) 693 

Taking old man out of basket, no. 9697. 
(G 13645, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. ) 694 

Unexpected arrivals. no. 9734. (G 
13641, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 

695 

Wait for me. no. 9723. (G 13632, Julv 
14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 696 

What's the use of anything, no. 9668 
(G 13642, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. ) 697 

Where have I seen that face before? no. 
9673 (G 13635, July 14, 1906; 2 c. 
July 14, 1906.) 698 

Wife's perfidy, no. 262. (G 13643, July 
16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 190i.) 699 

Wild and whoollv west. no. 9664. (G 
13640, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 
1906. ) 700 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,738 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

ArrauflTid alphabetically hy proprietors with !iubalpharM>i of titles. 

To save space the copyrigrht notice after each title is Rhbreviated Thiin the noilco after the first 
title, if jprintetl In full, would read: "Copyrlifht bv AmoricHii litlinj:rHphic ••ouip.uiv. New Yc»rk, 
N. Y. Class H, XXo, no. 80542. July 12, 190fi: 2 copks ret'civt-d Jiilv U. IIKH)." 



American lithographic coin- 
pan v, New York, N. Y. 
Gramercy V. 46. (H 80542, July 12, 
1906. ) 701 

Rosebud. V. 45. (H 80541, Julv 12, 
1906.) ' 702 

2 c. each July 12, 1906. 

Bromley (Edward A.), Min- 
neapolis, Minn. 
Earlv scenes in Billings. Mont. ( H 80574, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 708 

Chamberlain (John N.), 
Cottage Citv, Mass. 
Gav Head cliffs bv moonlight. ( H 80528, 
July 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 190(1) 704 

Cheesman (W. F.), Lake 
Placid, N. Y. 
Group of seven high court Forresters. ( H. 
80580, Julv 5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 

706 

Wild deer in Mirror lake. (Tl 80579, 

July 6, 1906; 2 c July 6, 1906. ) 706 

Child (William H.), New- 
port, R. I. 
Boxer, (U. S. training brig), bow view. 
(H 80m5, July 9, 1906. ) 707 

quarter view. (H 80306, Julv 9, 

1906.) *708 

2 c. each July 11, 1906. 

Columbia calendar com pan v, 
New York, N. Y. 
Calling, the cows. (H 80529, Julv 12, 
1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906.) ^ 709 

Cruver manufacturing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Columbine. ( H 80436, Julv 9, 1906; 2 c. 
June 27, 1906. ) ' 710 

Deans (W.T. ) & co., Eliza- 
beth City, N. C. 
Comer Main & Water sts., Elizabeth Citv, 
N.C. (H 80811, July 17, 1906.) 7il 

Main st. , Elizabeth Citv, N C. ( H 80807, 
July 17, 1906. ) * 712 

Pennsylvania ave., Elizabeth Citv, N C 
(H 80808, July 17, 1906.) ' 713 

Poindexter st. , Elizabeth City, N C. ( H 
80812, July 17, 1906.) 714 



Deans (W. T. ) A co., Eliza- 
lK»th Citv, N. (\ 
Southern Hotel. Elizabeth Citv, N C\ 
1H M)S06, July 17. 1906.) ' 715 

Water front, Elizabeth Citv, N. C. (H 
80809, Julv 17, 19(^6.) ' 716 

2 c. each July 17, llHVi. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Effect of the earthquake, San Franrisco, 
Cal. (Ki4H. (H 80545, Julv 12, 1906; 
2 c. July 12, 19(Hi.) ' 717 

Entrance to S<mth Boulder canvon, C<»lo. 
019.S51. (H 80505, July 11,*1906; 2 c. 
July 11, M*<m. ) 718 

First birthdav. 02*H38. (H 80508, July 
11, mX'K 2'c. July 11, 1906.) 719 

Re^^idence after the eartlujuake, San Jose, 
Cal. 09:{47. (H 80544, Julv 12, 1906; 
2 c. July 12, 1906. ) ' 720 

Residence of Paul De I^>ngpre, HoUv- 
wocmI, Cal. 0<U46. ( H 80543, Julv 1*2, 
1\H)6; 2 c. July 12, 1906.) 721 

Ruins of the childreiis pavilion, San 
Francisco, Cal. 09349. (H 80546, 
Julv 12, 1906; 2 c. Julv 12, 190().) 

722 

South Boulder canvon, Colo. 019352. 
(H 80506, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. July 11, 
1906.) * 723 

Summit of Continental divide, Colo. 
0193.38. (H 80504, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. 
July 11, 1906.) 724 

Tunnel No 7. Moffat road, Colo. 
019353. (H 80507, Julv 11, 1906; 2 c. 
July 11, 1906.) ' 726 

Farrand (William C. ), As- 
burv Park, N. J. 
Prvor (A.) ( II 80570, July 10, 1906; 2 c. 
July 10. 1906. ) 726 

Frommell (Martin H.), New 
Bedford, Mass. 
Crapo (Hon. W. W.) (H 80465, Julv 
11, 1906; 2 c. June 13, 1906.) 727 

(UUin (R. F.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Cows pasturing on Broadway, N. Y. (H 
80547, July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906.) 

728 

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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Harrington (Ormiis L. ), 
Lotjansport, Ind. 
Ditched. (H 80241, July 7, 1906: 1 c. 
July 7, 1906; 1 c. July 16, 1906.) 729 

Jack (Sarah H.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Garvin Hamilton Jacks panoramic views. 
Empire. (H 80569, July 14, 1906; 2 c. 
July 14, 1906. ) 730 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Birdaeye view, Jamestown exposition. 
(H 80562, July 13, 1906.) 731 

Iron building, Jamestown exposition. 

( H 80564. July 13, 1906. ) 782 

Pottery building, Jamestown exposition. 

(H 80561, July 13, 1906.) 733 

Rustic bridge, Jamestown exposition. 
(H 80563, July 13, 1906.) 734 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

Klein (Charles), Cass Lake, 
Minn. 
Native at Leach lake. (H 80473, July 
10, 1906. ) 786 

Twilight on Leach lake. (H 80472, July 
10,1906.) 736 

2 c. each June 25, 1906. 

Lawrence (Geo. R. ) company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Floral wreath. (H 80571, July 14, 1906. ) 

737 

with base. ( H 80572, July 14, 1906 ) 

738 
2 c. each July 14, 1906. 

Loomis (F. A.), Emporia, 
Kans. 
July fourth. (H 80818, July 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906.) 739 

McCorkle (James H.), Cape 
Elizabeth, Me. 
Chase (U. S. training ship), nos. 1, 2, 3. 
(H 80525-80527, July 11, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 11, 1906.) 740 

McCormick (J. A.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Mt. Baker and San Juan's capital. (H 
80540, July 12, 1906; 2 c. Julv 12, 1906.) 

741 
McCune (Ralph), Oneonta, 
N. Y. 
New D. & H. round house at Oneonta, 
N. Y. (H 801-72, July 9, 1906.) 742 

Oneonta viaduct. (H 80271, July 9, 
1906.) 743 

1 c. each Julv 9, 1906; 1 c. each July 
17,1906.) 

Marceau (Theo. C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Crane (W. M.) panel size. (H 80474, 
July 11, 1906.) 744 



Marceau (Theo. C. ), New 
Y^'ork, N. Y. 
Crane (W. M.) 11 by i4. (H 80475, 
July 11, 1906.) 745 

1 7 by 20. ( H 80476, July 11, 1906. ) 

746 
2 c. each July 11, 1906. 

Marr (Thomas E. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
Champion La Roche, no. 7526. ( H 
80560, July 13, 1906.) 747 

Ivel Dublin' girl. no. 7535. (H 80558, 
July 13, 1906.) 748 

Sally Brass, no. 7543. (H 80559, July 
13, 1906.) 749 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

Moore (C. Bennette), New 
Orleans, La. 
Dangerous game. (H 80568, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906. ) 760 

Morrisette (C. A.), Norfolk, 
Va. 
Mother of states, Virginia. (H 80575, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 751 

Morse (Chas. H. ), Hanover, 
N. H. 
In the Montana rockies. ( H 80469, May 
24, 1906. ) 762 

Men of Dartmouth, no. 1. (H 80466, 
May 24, 1906. ) 768 

Ned, k kitten. ( H 80467, May 24, 1906. ) 

764 

Takakkaw Falls. (H 80468, Mav 24, 

1906.) 766 

We are seven. ( H 80471 , May 24, 1906. ) 

766 
2 c. each May 24, 1906. 

Muller (Enrique), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Boxer, (U. S. S.), bow view, sailing. 
801. (H 80209, July 5, 1906.) 767 

side view, sailing. 802. (H 80210, 

July 5, 1906.) 768 

Gun drill at Newport, firing* 804. (H 
80212, July 5, 1906. ) 769 

War college. 803. (H 80211, July 

5, 1906.) 760 

Vesuvius, (U. S. S.) 800. (H 80208, 
July 5, 1906.) 761 

Whole battalion at War College. 805. 
(H 80213, July 5, 1906.) 762 

2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

No well (Frank H.), Nome, 
Alaska. 
Daw^n of civilization. ( H 80888, July 17, 
1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906.) 768 

Nutting (Wallace), New 

York, N. Y. 

Along the lake. (H 80820, July 17, 1906. ) 

764 



PHOKXJRAPHS 



89 



Nutting (Wallace), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bear moantain road. ( H 80884, July 17, 
1906. ) 76fi 

Birch bordered lane. (H 80882, July 17, 
1906. ) 766 

Laurel bush. (H 80821, Julv 17, 190(>. ) 

767 

Old red school house. (H 80885, July 1 7, 

1906. ) 768 

Parting of the wave. (H 8088:^, July 17, 
1906.) ' 766 

Skirting the lake. (H 80819, Julv 17, 
1906.) ' 770 

2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Legs and feet of man of gigantic f^ize ( com- 
pared with surroundings), on sidewalk 
of Fifth Avenue Hotel. ( H 80587, Julv 
7, 1906. ) 771 

kneeling in a New York street. (H 

80584, July 7, 1906.) 772 

resting on elbow in front of Citv 

hall. (H 80585, July 7, 1906. ) 77'8 

sitting on beach at seashore. ( H 

80590, July 7, 1906. ) 774 

sitting on Herald building. (H 

80588, July 7, 1906.) 775 

standing among the tall buildings in 

Broadway. (H 80589, Julv 7, 1906.) 

776 
standing in middle distance looking 



into the street. ( H 80586, Julv 7, 1906), 

777 
2 c. each July 14, 1906. 

Pickering (W. A.), Picker- 
ing, La. 
Four old cronies. (H 75323, Apr. 7, 
1906; 1 c. Apr. 6, 1906; 1 c. Julv 9, 
1906. ) 778 

Pillsbury picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
General Sherman tree, Mariposa Grove, 
no. 1007. (H 80289, July 9, 1906. ) 

779 

Grizzly giant tree, Mariposa grove, no. 

10(»5. (H 80295, July 9, 1906. ) 780 

In Happv Islands Yosemite. no. 1017. 
(H 80292, July 9, 1906.) 781 

Mariposa big tree grove, no. 1002. ( H 
80293, July 9, 1906.) 782 

Panorama in the Mariposa big tree grove, 
no. 1003. (H 80294, July 9, 1906.) 

783 

Panorama of Little Yosemite from Lib- 
ertv cap. no. 1019. (H 80297, July 
9, 1906.) 784 

Yosemite vallev from Artists point. 



no. 1012. (H 80291, July 9, 1906.) 



785 



Pillsburv picture company, 
(>akland, Cal. 
Panorama of Yot<emite vallev from Artists 
point, no. 1013. (H 8()2<.)6, Julv 9, 
190t).) '786 

Yosemite vallev from ( )ak tree |K>int. no. 
1023. ( H 8(teK), July 9, 1H()6. ) 787 

2 c. each July 9, IIHK). 

Plavers (The). New York, 
N. Y. 
Irving (Sir Henrv), as Bccket. (11. 
80805, Julv 17, 19(>); 2 c. Julvll, 1906.) 

788 

R(K'kwood j)hotograi>hcr com- 

panv, New York, N. Y. 

()lv])hant (R. M.) (II 80554, Julv 13, 

hm.) ' 789 

Ravmond (Rev. R. M.) (H. 80555, 
/uly IS, 19(H).) 790 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

Rwbuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Angel terrace. I H 80679, July 16, liK)6.) 

791 

Angel's gatewav from Box canyon. (H 

80656, July 16, 1906. ) 792 

A8l)est<>8 mine across the river. (H 
80653, July 16, 190().) 793 

A V re's peak and Cai)e Split. ( 11 80665, 
July 16, 190<). ) 794 

Bears at the Lake hotel dump. (H 
80728, July 16, 11*06. ) 795 

Beautv spring, and snow clad Twin 
Buttes. ( H 80705, July 16, 1906. ) 796 

Big fill to the island. (H 80641, Julv 16, 
1906. ) * 797 

Bit of Grand view hotel and the canvcm. 
(H 80631, July 16, 1906.) '798 

Board walk over the formation at Norris. 
(H 80694, July 16, 190(). ) 799 

Bright Angel hotel and cliffs. (H 80612, 
July 16, 1906. ) 800 

Bright Angel point. (H 80613, Julv 16, 
1906. ) 801 

Buffalo in the corral at Mammoth Hot 
Springs. (H 80685, Julv 16, 1906.) 

802 

Buildings and volcanic crater of the Can- 
V on copper mine. (H 80(542, July 16, 
1906.) 803 

Burro trains at Indian gardens. (H 
80623, July 16, 1906.) 804 

Calling names for park tour. (H. 80686, 
July 16, 1906.) 805 

Canyon copper mine camp. (H 80648, 
July 16, 1906.) 806 

Canyon from El Tovar. (H 80603, July 
16, 1906.) 807 

Canvon hotel. ( H 80734, July 16, 1906.) 

808 



90 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Canvon in front of Grand view hotel. 
(H 80664, July 16, 1906. ) 809 

Canyon northwest from Grand view 
point. (H 80637, July 16, 1906. ) 810 

Canvon from Artists' point. (H 80735, 
Jiily 16, 1906.) 811 

Caravan on the desert plateau. ( H 80624, 
July 16, 1906. 812 

Castle gevser in eruption. (H 80720, 
July 16*1906.) 813 

Cleopatra terrace. (H 80676, July 16, 
1906.) 814 

Cliff tish hole, near Excelsior geyser. 
(H 80704, July 16, 1906.) 815 

Close view of party on Grand view point. 
(H 80636, July 16, 1906.) ^ 816 

the end of Bright Angel point. (H 

80614, July 16, 1906.) 817 

the overhanging rock. (H 80660, 

July 16, 1906.) 818 

the upper fall. (H 80738, July 16, 

1906.) 819 

Cloud shadows and battle ship Iowa. 
(H 80615, July 16, 1906.) 820 

Coach at Norris lunch station. ( H 80693, 
July 16, 1906. ) 821 

Coach fording the Yellowstone river. 
(H 80730, July 16, 1906.) 822 

Coach in the drive way of Old Faithful 
inn. ( H 80725, July 16, 1906. ) 823 

Coach leaving Old Faithful inn. (H 
80726, July 16, 1906. ) 824 

Coaches at Excelsior geyser. ( H 80706, 
July 16, 1906. ) 825 

Coaches at Minute 3Ian station, Norris 
geyser basin. (H 80699, July 16, 
1906. ) 826 

Coaches at the Natural Apollinaris 
spring. ( H 80692, July 16, 1906. ) 827 

Colonial front of Lake hotel. (H 80727, 
July 16, 1906.) 828 

Concrete arch bridge near the Canyon. 
(H 80731, July 16', 1906.) 829 

Cone of the Beehive geyser. (H 80714, 
July 16, 1906. ) 830 

the Giant gevser. (H 80719, Julv 

16, 1906.) ' * 831 

the Grotto geyser. (II 80721, July 

16,1906.) 832 

Cottonwood canvon and Angel's gate- 
way. ( H 80645, July 16, 1906. ) 833 

Crater of Excelsior gevser. (H 80703, 
July 16, 1906.) * 834 

Crystal falls, Cascade canyon. ( H 80733, 
July 16, 1906.) 835 

Desceudinj; the Grand view copper mine 
trail. ( H 80639, July 16, 1906. ) 836 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Devil's bath tub, Norris geyser basin. 
(H 80698, July 16, 1906.) 837 

Devil's boiler, Norris geyser basin. (H 
80696, July 16, 1906. ) 838 

Devil's slide at Electric, Mont. H 80671, 
July 16, 1906. ) 839 

Devil's thumb and Liberty Cap. (H 
80683, July 16, 1906. ) 840 

Dining room, Copper mine camp. (H. 
80643, July 16, 1906. ) 841 

Old Faithful. (H 80710, July 16, 

1906. ) 842 

Down the canyon from Inspiration point. 
( H 80742, July 16, 1906.) 843 



river from the plateau. (H 80626, 

July 16, 1906.) 844 

river from plateau. (H 80647, July 

16, 1906.) 846 

Dropping stones over precipice at Cliff 
castle. ( H 80668, July 16, 1906. ) 846 

Eagle nest crag, Gardiner canyon. (H 
80674, July 16, 1906. ) 847 

Eagles' nests in the canyon. (H 80739, 
July 16, 1906.) 848 

Echo canyon. (H 80661, July 16, 1906. ) 

849 

Economic geyser in action. (H 80715, 

July 16, 1906. ) 850 

El Tovar from Bright Angel. (H 80605, 
July 16, 1906.) 851 

hotel. (H 80602, July 16, 1906.) 

852 

rim of canyon, and Coconino forest. 

( H 80629, July 16, 1906. ) 853 

Emerald pool. ( H 80717, July 16, 1906. ) 

854 

Entrance of the new tunnel. (H 80650, 

July 16, 11:06. ) 855 

Erode<l cliffs in the sandstone. (H 
80659, July 16, 1906.) 856 

First sight of the canyon walls. ( H 
80732, July 16, 1906.) 857 

Fort Yellowstone. (H 80684, Julv 16, 
1906.) " 858 

Fountain hotel. (H 80700, July 16, 
1906. ) 859 

From Moran's point to Bissell's point. 
(H 80667, July 16, 1906.) 860 

Full moon rising in the canyon. (H 
80658, July 16, 1906.) 861 

Full view of the overhanging rock. (H 
80638, July 16, 1906.) 862 

Giant gevser across the Firehole river. 
( H 80718, July 16, 1906. ) 868 

Golden gate from the north. (H 80689, 
July 16, 1906.) 864 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



91 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Grand canyon railway station. (H 80tt01 , 
July 16, 1906. ) 865 

Grand view cliff dwellings. (H 80>63, 
July 16, 1906.) 866 

hotel and the cliffs. ( H 806:i3, Julv 

16, 1906. ) 867 

point. (H 80635, Julv 16, 1906. ) 

868 

stage at El tovar entrance. ( H 

80630, July 16, 1906.) 869 

trail in cotton wood canyon. (H 

80644, July 16, 1906.) 870 

Grandeur point. (H 80607, Julv 16, 
1906.) ' 871 

Great chininev in Old Faithful inn. ( H 
80708, July '16, 1906.) 872 

Growlers, Norris geyser basin. (H 80695, 
July 16, 1906.) ' 878 

Hance's cabin and the hotel. (H 806*>6, 
July 16, 1906.) 874 

H(^ans in which Navaho Indians live at 
El Tovar. (H 80610, Julv 16, 1906.) 

876 

Hollenbeck point, finest view point along 
canyon. ( H 80669, July 16, 1906. ) 876 

Hoodoo rocksand slide on Bunsen'speak. 
(fl 80688, July 16, 1906.) 877 

Hopi house at El Tovar. (H 80608, Julv 
16, 1906. ) 878 

Horseback ride through the Coconino 
forest. ( H 80662, July 16, 1906. ) 879 

Jacob's ladder, the steepest place on the 
Bright Angel trail. (H 80621, Julv 16, 
1906. ) * 880 

Jupiter and Pulpit terrace. (H 80678, 
July 16, 1906.) 881 

Lava entrance arch, Gardiner, Mont. ( H 
80673, July 16, 1906. ) 882 

Little fountain in very fine eruption. ( H 
80701, July 16, 1906.) 883 

Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, close 
view. ( H 80740, July 16, 1906. ) 884 

Mammoth Hot Springs basin from Grand 
view. ( H 80682, July 16, 1906. ) 885 

Mammoth Paint Pots at the Fountain. 
(H 80702, July 16, 1906.) 886 

Mineral ledge and the tunnel of the Can- 
von copper mine. (H 80649, July 16, 
1906. ) 887 

Mortar and Fan geysers. (H 80722, Julv 
16, 1906. ) 868 

New crater, Norris geyser hasin. (H 
80697, July 16, 1906. ) 889 

Newberry terrace. (H 80655, July 16, 
1906. ) 890 

Northern Pacific north coast ltd. at Liv- 
ingston, Mont. (H 80670, July 16, 
1906.) 891 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
c*ago, 111. 
Ol)Hidian cliff from the north. ( M S0<)91, 
July 16, 1906.) 898 

Office of (irand view hotel. (H 80*532, 
July 16, 19(H).) 898 

Old Faithful bvnearch light illumination. 
(H 80724, July 16, HKH>.) 894 

in eruption. (H 8071.S, Julv 16, 

1906.) ' 895 

in eruj)ti<>n froui n)of of inn. (H 

80712, July 16, HHMi. ) 896 

Old Faithful inn from near curio ntore. 
(H 80707, July 16, HiOii. ) 897 

On the wav to the (trand Canvim. (H 
80600, Jiily 16, UHHi. ) * 898 

One oi the great amphitheatres in Box 
canyon. (H 8(H>57, July 16, 1906.) 

899 
O'Neiirs point. ( H 80604, Julv lt>, 19(H). ) 

900 
Orange gevser. ( H 80(580, Julv 16, 19(H). ) 

901 

Point de la OUa. (H i^^Oiy^A, Julv 16, 

1908. ) 902 

Projecting ledge, foot of the limestone 
cliff. (H 80(540, July 16, \{X)i5.) 903 

Railwav station at Cardiner, Mont. (H 
8(H572, July 1(5, 1906.) 904 

Rain))ow terrace. (H 80681, Julv 16, 
19(H).) ' 906 

Rapids just a]H)ve the verge of the upper 
fall. (H 80737, July 1(5, 1906.) 906 

Rim trail, through Broken Rock. (H 

80(506, July 1(5, 190(5.) 907 

River at the beginning of the (iranite 
(xorge. (H 80654, July 16, 1906.) 908 

Riverside gevser in eruption. (H 80723, 
July 1(), 1906.) 909 

Room in Hopi house. (H 8(H)09, July 16, 
1906.) 910 

Old Faithful inn. (H 80709, Julv 16, 
1906.) "911 

Rowe's point from Sentinel point. (H 

80618, July 16, 1906.) 912 

Rugged route through Mineral canyon. 
( II 80652, July 16, 1906. ) 913 

Sawmill geyser. (H 80716, July 16, 
1906.) 914 

Sentinel and Rowe's points. (H 80616, 
July 16, 1906.) 915 

Sentinel point from Rowe's point. (H 
80617, July 16, 1906. ) 916 

Sharp turn in the Bright x-Vngel trail. (H 

80619, July 16, 1906.) 917 

Signal point from the Ledge trail. (H 
80661, July 16, 1906.) 918 

Silver gate. (H 80687, July 16, 1906. ) 

919 



92 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Roebuck (Alvah C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Six horse coach arriving at Mammoth 
Hot Springs hotel. ( H 80675, July 16, 
1906.) 920 

Sunset from the rim near El Tovar. (H 
80628, July 16, 1906. ) 921 

Supai Indians from Cataract canyon. (H 
80611, July 16, 1906.) 922 

Top of Minerva terrace. (H 80677, Julv 
16, 1906.) 923 

Up the canyon from Inspiration point. 
(H 80741, July ]6, 1906.) 924 

Up the river, foot of Cottonwood canyon. 
(H 80646, July 16, 1906.) 926 

from the plateau. ( H 80625, Julv 16, 

1906.) '926 

Upper fall, distant view. ( H 80736, Julv 
16, 1906. ) 927 

Upper geyser basin. (H 80711, Julv 16, 
1906.) " 928 

Upward glance at the battle ship Iowa. 
(H 80622, July 16, 1906.) 929 

Upward journev on Bright Angel trail. 
(H 80627, July 16, 1906. ) 930 

Viaduct at the Golden gate. (H 80690, 
July 16, 1906. ) 931 

Yellowstone lake at sunset. (H 80729, 
July 16, 1906.) 932 

Zigzags in the red sandstone. ( H 80620, 
July 16, 1906. ) 933 

2 c. each July 16, 1906. 

Romans photographic com- 
pany, Seattle, Wash. 
Snoqualmie falls, no. 1 & 2. ( H 80889- 
80890, July 17, 1906; 2 c. each July 17, 
1906. ) 934 

Shattuck (L. E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Daniels (G. H.) & G. A. Stevens. (H 
80591, July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 

935 
Smith brothers, Oakland, 
Cal. 
Earthquake crack. (H 80576, July 16, 
1906. ) 936 

Ruins of San Francisco, from Bush st. 
( H 80577, July 16, 1906. ) 937 

from the site of the Mechanics' 



pavilion. (H 80578, July 16, 1906.) 



2 c. each July 16, 1906. 



938 



Strauss ( J. C. ) , St. Louis, Mo. 
Francis (D. R.) O. (H 80599, Julv 16, 
1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) ' 939 

Troy (John P. ), Ithaca, N. Y. 
Cornell universitv boat house, Ithaca, 
N. Y. (H 80533, July 11, 1906. ) 940 

Cornell university freshmen crew race, 
1906. Finish. (H 80535, July 11, 
1906. ) 941 

Start. (H 80534, July 11, 1906.) 942 

In Cascadella gorge in winter. (H 80532, 
July 11, 1906.) 943 

In Fall Creek gorge with car. (H 80530, 
July 11, 1906.) 944 

with man on bridge. (H 80531, 

July 11, 1906.) 945 

University of Penn. and Cornell junior 
eights, 1906, at finish (H 80539, 
July 11, 1906.) 946 

^^mile. (H 80536, July 11, 1906.) 

947 

1 mile. (H 80537, July 11, 1906.) 

948 

li mile. (H 80538, July 11, 1906.) 

949 
2 c. each June 22, 1906. 

Troyer (Roderic A.), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Valencia St., hotel after the earthquake. 
(H 79904, June 28, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 
1906. ) 960 

Turner (Horace K.) com- 

panv, Boston, Mass. 

Lincoln (A.). ' (H 80593, July 16, 1906.) 

951 
Spirit of '76. ( H 80592, July 16, 1906. ) 

952 
2 c. each July 16, 1906. 

AVhitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
Spirit of independence. ( H 80553, July 
13, 1906. ) 963 

the orchid. (H 80552, July 13, 

1906.) 964 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

Williams (John A.), Au- 
rora, Mo. 
Man from Missouri who will show you. 
nos. 1 & 2. (H 80275-80276, July 9, 
1906.) 986 

2 c. each May 14, 1906. 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit ofB2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 10,496 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Diider this heading is given a list of the photojrniphs dep<>*.IUMj Hccoriiinjr i*. Ihw w>;h HpplicHtiniiM 
forcopyriKhi of paintiuKS, drawings, statuary, ami ui'Mlt-U or .l^.•sl^Mls inttii.l.Ml lo in- iM-rfi'doi hh 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by pn»prietors w.ili sulmlj.lmlMt oi iiiUv, 

To save space the copyright notice after each title IsabbrcviHtiHi, Thtin thf notiro Hftrr the fr*! 
title. If pnntea in full would read, -Copyright by F. W. Bird tV m.i,. KaM \\mIi.<.N'. M.i^v 
Class I, X\c, no. 18661. July 18, 190t>: 1 photograph received July ih. \\hk*.' 



Bird (F. W.) & son, Ea.«t 
Walpoie, Ma!?s. 
Polly. Full length figure of a young 
woman in street attire. (I 18B6f, Julv 
IS, 19t)6; 1 photo. July 18, 1906.) 95*6 

Church (Frederick Stuart), 
New York, N. Y. 
Our artist. Young girl in costume of 
shepherdess being sketched by a >)ear. 
(I 18671, July 19, 1906. ) 957 

Yellow butterfly. Young girl seated on 
a bank, holding a vellow butterfly. ( I 
18670, July 19, 1906.) 958 

1 photo, each July 19, 1906. 

Collier (P. F. ) & Pon, New 
York, N. Y. 
Sammer. Painting of an auburn haired 
girl with soft green draperies wound 
around her and floating in the air. ( 1 
18676, Julv 20, 1906; 1 photo. July 20, 
1906. ) 959 

Crowell publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, Ohio. 
Child's head. Beautiful face, full front 
view. Long curls each side of head. 
(I 18674, Julv 20, 1906; 1 photo. July 
20, 1906.) 980 

Dean (Kobert J.), Atlanta, 
Ga. 
Resurgens Atlanta 1910; Southern indus- 
trial exposition. Within the circle are 
the words Atlanta 1910. A woman 
sits in the center of the design holding 
the Georgia state capitol. (I 18660, 
June 25, 1906; 1 photo. July 18, 1906.) 

961 
Deeming (Edwin Willard), 
New York, N. Y. 
First treaty between the Dutch and In- 
dians. Chief Sachem is offering the 
peace belt of wampum to the Dutch. 
(I 18673, July 20, 1906; 1 photo. July 
20, 1906. ) 962 

Frazer (Samuel W.), Dor- 
chester, Mass. 
Purity. Painting, 20 by 30 inches, of a 
large calla lily with a young girl's head 
growing out of the centre. (I 18675, 
July 20, 1906; 1 photo. July 20, 1906. ) 

963 



(iill)ert (Carrie M. ), L<»s 
.\nL'«*les, Cal. 
Chief Joseph .standing tfiree f|iiHrterH 
view. War bonnet; war hammer in 
right hand: foathers extending full 
len^rth of fitrure. (I 1S643, Julv 17, 
1906; 1 photcj. July 17, 19(M). ) ' 964 

Koch I Fre<lerifk) company, 
Newark, N. J. 
Christ. Low relief of the tiiiureof Christ, 
standinir straight with the right IuukI 
uplifted as if in the act of blesj-ing. ( I 
18662, Julv 3, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 3, 
]9(H\} *965 

I^wrence <fe Jellicoe (Lim- 
ited), l^Hidon, Kn«iland. 
Evening. A woman seated in a two- 
wheele<l pony cart. The horse appears 
to he going very slow and the woman 
is flourishing her umbrella. (I 185S8, 
July 12, 190(). ) 966 

Morning. Scene in Holland. In the 
background appear several wind-mills. 
To the right side of the foreground aj)- 
pears a woman attired in Dutch cos- 
tume. (I 18587, July 12, 1906.) 967 

Trouble ahead. Two men seated in a 
high two-wheeled tandem cart. Both 
appear to be much excited. (I 18586, 
July 12, 1906.) 968 

1 photo, each July 12, 1906. 

Le Vasseur (A.) &co., Paris. 
Jeunesse; young woman in a decollete 
costume; half length, almost full face. 
(I 18623, July 16, 1906.) 969 

Premier anneau; a terrace dominating the 
sea, against the balustrade of which 
leans a young woman, while along side 
of her a young man. (I 18622, July 
16, 1906.) 970 

Premier miroir; young girl lying full 
length on the bank of a lake and look- 
ing at her face reflected in the water 
(I 18624, July 16, 1906.) 971 

1 photo, each July 16, 1906.) 

93 



94 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Life publishing company, 
New York, X. Y. 
Handicap. Drawing of Grand Stand at 
race track just as the finish of one of 
the races is being run. The varying 
emotions of the different people are 
clearly shown on the faces. (1 18609, 
July i3, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 13, 1906.) 

972 

Moore (Marshall Densel), 

Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Calling. Statue of elk with head raised 

calling his mate. (I 18672, Julv 20, 

1906; 1 photo. July 20, 1906.) ^ 973 

National life insurance com- 
pany, Montpelier, Vt. 
Col. Allen deluding the British soldiers. 
Interior, night scene, candle on table, 
around which are grouped five figures. 
All listening intently to the eager tale 
of man bending over table at right. 
(I 18664, July 19, 1906.) 974 

Marriage proposal. Interior scene in 
early colonial days. Two figures seated ; 
maid in kerchief and cap peeling ap- 
ples. (I 18663, July 19, 1906.) 976 

Widow and Sheriff Monroe. Sheriff in 
three cornered hat and long cloak in 
foreground, head averted in attitude of 
fear; widow with gun raised in both 
hands. (I 18665, July 19, 1906. ) 976 

1 photo, each July 19, 1906. 

Russell (Chas. M.), Great 
Falls, Mont. 
Battle of Belly River. Indians fightins;; 
some mounted, some afoot. (I 18650, 
July 17, 1906. ) 977 

Blackfeet. Center, four Indians horse 
back, full trappings, lances and war 
bonnets. Back ground more Indians 
coming. (1 18646, July 17, 1906.) 978 

Bridger's men. Old time trapper on 
white faced horse, center foreground, 
smoking rifie in man's hand. Indian 
falling off of horse into river. to right. 
(I 18648, July 17, 1906.) "979 

Corral hugger. A bad horse with cow 
puncher riding, bucking into corral 
post. (I 18653, July 17, 1906.) 980 

In for Christmas. Cow boy riding 
straight out of the picture waving hat 
and hollering. (I 18654, Julv 17, 
1906.) ' 981 



Russell (Chas. M.), Great 
Falls, Mont. 
Lewis and Clark on the lower Columbia 
river. Right fore ground Indian wood 
canoe with Captain Lewie standing in 
one end. Squaw in front of him talking 
signs to Indians. (I 18652, Julv 17, 
1906.) ^ 982 

Pitcher. Side view of horse bucking. 
Cow puncher spurring him in the right 
shoulder. (1 18651, July 17, 1906.) 983 

Plains Crees. Three Indians on a bluff, 
one on pinto horse, side back view, with 
war bonnet on, also shield. (I 18655, 
July 17, 1906.) 984 

Run. Indians running buffalo; fore- 
ground Indian on pinto horse: shoot- 
ing with bow and arrow. (I 18657, 
July 17, 1906. ) 986 

Scalp hunters. Center, two Indians 
mounted on pinto horses, one carrying 
shield and lance, the other, a flint lock 
gun. (I 18647, July 17, 1906.) 986 

Slick rider. Cow boy on bucking horse, 
side, back view, hat in air. (1 18656, 
July 17, 1906.) 987 

Smoking them out. Three cow boys in 
foreground shooting in the air witti six 
shooters and hollering to scare cattle 
out of a draw to the right. (I 18659, 
July 17, 1906. ) 988 

Storming a war house. Band of Indians 
mounted. Center figure on white 
horse. Dead Indian fore ground. (I 
18649, July 17, 1906.) 989 

Water hole. Indian women with travois; 
fore ground, squaw with baby on white 
horse standing in water hole. ( 1 1 8658, 
July 17, 1906.) 990 

When the plains were his. Indian war- 
rior on pinto horse traveling toward 
vou; right back ground old squaw with 
papoose. (I 18645, July 17, 1906.) 

991 
1 photo, each July 17, 1906. 

Vose (Robert C. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
Listener. Two thirds length figure of a 
girl standing looking out of an open 
window, and playing with a ring on 
her finger. (I 18610, July 18, 1906; 1 
photo. July 13, 1906. ) 992 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,806 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF C0N0RE8S OF MARCH 8. 1891, 

61BT CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW£SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 6 

August 9, 1906 



WASHINvlTON 

OOVSBNHGNT PRnvTUfO OFFICE 
1906 



SEP 27 1906 

From the 

U. 3. Govern J; ■.'._;•;!:. 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Aimnged alphabetically by proprietori with labalphabet of titles. 

To lare space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flrit 
title, 11 printed in rail, would read, "Copyright by American horK breeder publishing company, 
Boston, Mass. Class F, XXc, no. 44060, /uly 23. 1906; 2 copies received July 28, 1906." 



Bexter & Tattle^ Chicuffo, 
III. 
Opportunity. (F 43981, July 18, 1906; 
2 c. July 18, 1^06. ) 997 

Dunbar (F. W.), Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Our flag, no 385 (F 43956, July 16, 
1W6J 998 

— no. 366 (F 43957, July 16, 1906.) 
2 c. each July 6, 1906. 999 

Faulkner (C.H^.)Aco. (Um- 
ited), London, £ngiand. 
Inking for fairies. (F 43593, July 6, 
1906; 2 c July 6, 1906. ) 1000 

Goodrich (E.LeB.), Central 
Falls, R. I. 
Chamber in Daggett house, Pawtucket, 
R. I. (F 43975, July 18, 1906.) 1001 

Fireplace in Daggett house, Pawtucket, 
R. L (F 43974, July 18, 1906. ) 1002 

Parlor in Daggett house, Pawtucket, B. I. 
(F 43976, July 18, 1906. ) 1008 

fipaulding room, Daggett house, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. (F 43977, July 18, 1906. ) 

1004 



American horse breeder pub- 
lishing company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Geere (E. F.) (F 44059, July 23, 1906; 
2 c July 23, 1906. ) 998 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Fftnl, 
Minn. 
Bnnoughs giri. ( F 44060, July 23, 1906. ) 

994 

Lmdsay girl. (F 44061, July 23, 1906.) 
2 c. each July 23, 1906. 995 

Cook ( Louise ) , Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Popular member of the summer session. 
(F 44030, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906.) 



Goodrich ( E. Le B), Central 
Falls, R. 1. 



Western chamber in Daggett house. (F 
43978, July 18, 1906. ) 1005 

2 c. each July 18, 1906. 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Brer Rabbit shows Brer Coon how to go 
bull-f rogging. ( F 44066, J uly 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1006 

Heal (Wm. 8.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Come read to me. (F 44019, July 20, 
1906. ) 1007 

Do unto others. ( F 44021 , July 20, 1906. ) 

1008 

Game for two. ( F 44018, July 20, 1906. ) 

1009 

Give me a brook. (F 44020, July 20, 
1906. ) 1010 

Here's to my girl. (F 44026, July 20, 
1906.) 1011 

Here's to the girl. (P 44023, July 20, 
1906. ) 1012 

the man. (F 44025, July 20, 1906. ) 

1018 

the riddle. ( F 44022, July 20, 1906. ) 

1014 

Ifs easy enough to be pleasant. (F 
44024, July 20, 1906.) 1015 

There is a divinity. (F 44027, July 20, 
1906.) 1016 

2 c. each July 20, 1906. 

Holbrook ( Theodore 8. ) , 
New York, N. Y. 
Bather on top of wave. ( F 4361 1, July 2, 
1906; 1 c. July 2, 1906; 1 c. June 11, 
1906.) 1017 

Homey & Chapman, Chilli- 
cothe, Ohio. 
Central school building, Chillicothee, O. 
(F 44117. July 24, 1906. ) 1018 

95 



96 



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Homey & Chapman, Chilli- 

cothe, Ohio. 

Eagle band stand, Chillieothe, O. (F 

44124, July 24, 1906. ) 1019 

Eastern school building, Chillieothe, Ohio. 
(F 44121, July 24, 1906. ) 1020 

Masonic Temple, Chillieothe, 0. (F44118, 
July 24, 1906. ) 1021 

Post office, Chillieothe, O. ( F 44126, July 
24, 1906.) 1022 

St. Marys, Chillieothe, 0. (F 44123, July 
24, 1906. ) 1028 

St. Peters, Chillieothe, 0. ( F 44122, July 
24, 1906. ) 1024 

Second street in winter, Chillieothe, O. 
(F 44119, July 24, 1906. ) 1026 

Walnut St. church, Chillieothe, O. (F 

44125, July 24, 1 906. ) 1026 

West Second st., in winter Chillieothe, 0. 
(F 44120, July 24, 1906.) 1027 

2 c. each July 24, 1906. 

Illustrated postal card and 

novelty company, New 

York, N. Y. 

It's along lonely roads. (F 43980, July 

18, 1906. ) 1028 

Love is blind. ( F 43979, July 18, 1906. ) 

1029 
2 c. each July 18, 1906. 

Jones (Tom) , Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Columbine. (F 43994, July 18, 1906; 2 
c. July 18, 1906. ) 1080 

Kahn (Alexander), Boston, 

How "Willie" Taft looked when about 
3 years of age. ( F 43973, July 16, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906.) 1081 

Kytka (Theodore) , San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Panorama of the ruins from Telegraph 
hill to the base of Kincon hill. no. 3. 
(F 44062, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1082 

Ruins of Chinatown from Telegraph hill. 
(F44085, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906. ) 

1088 

Laughlin ( Charles H. ), Phil- 
adelnhia Pa 
Bathing girl. (F 44105, July 24, 1906. ) 

1084 

Butter, eggs, and poultry. ( F 44091, July 
24, 1906. ) 1086 

Dead-game sport. (F 44097, July 24, 
1906. ) 1086 

Delighted. (F 44088, July 24, 1906. ) 

1087 

Giving her away. (F 44103, July 24, 

1906. ) 1088 



Laughlin (Charles H.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Good sign. (F 44101, July 24, 1906. ) 

1089 
In the pasture. (F 44106, July 24, 1906. ) 

1040 
Latest news. (F 44104, July 24, 1906. ) 

1041 
Lonely beach. (F 44089, July 24, 1906. ) 

1042 

Mischief making. (F 44093, July 24, 

1906. ) 1048 

Morning bath. ( F 44090, July 24, 1906. ) 

1044 

One of nature's scenes. (F 44095, July 

24, 1906.) 1045 

Passing a vacant lot. (F 44102, July 24, 
1906. ) 1046 

Picnic for two. ( F 44096, July 24, 1906. ) 

1047 

Pressing engagement. ( F 44099, July 24, 

1906.) 1048 

Sailor boy. (F 44092, July 24, 1906. ) 

1049 
Sparks. (F 44094, July 24, 1906. ) 1060 

Tempting bait. ( F 44098, July 24, 1906. ) 

1051 

Trying moment. (F 44100, July 24, 

1906.) 1052 

2 c. each July 24, 1906. 

Lieberman (Jacob), New 
York, N. Y. 

Degel mahanch yehuda (Flag of the 
army of Judah). (F 43296, June 21, 
1906; 2 c. July 2, 1906.) 1058 

McDonald (Pirie), New 
York, N. Y. 
Snapshots in Hades. (F 44004, July 19, 
1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906.) 1054 

Nordwell company. New 

York, N. Y. 

Franklin (B. ) (F 43970, July 17, 1906. ) 

1055 
Lincoln (A.) (F 43968, July 17, 1906.) 

1056 
Lost. (F 43967, July 17, 1906. ) 1057 

Love me a little bit. (F 43966, July 17, 
1906. ) 1058 

Washington (G.) (F 43971, July 17, 
1906. ) 1059 

Webster (D.) (F 43969, July 17, 1906. ) 

1060 
2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

North American company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Little Growling Bird in Windego land. 
(F 44002, July 19, 1906. ) 1061 

(F 44003, July 19, 1906.) 1068 

2 c. each July 19, 1906. \ 



ENQBAVINOS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



97 



NutBheU (The), New York, 
N. Y. 
Coney island in a nntshell. (F 44056, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 

106S 
Plowden (William Francis), 
Great Britain. 
Plowden (Edmund) 1517-1584. (F 44055, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1064 

Rose (Chas.), New York, 
N. Y. 
All buzz but no bite. ( F 43737, June 29, 
1906. ) 1066 

And the funny part is we rather like it. 
(F 43733, June 29, 1906. ) 1066 

Basiness opportunities. (F 43730, June 
29, 1906.) 1067 

Dear, I am so lonesome. (F 43736, June 
29, 1906.) 1068 

2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Every little helps. (F 44028, July 20, 
1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906.) 1069 

Hello. (F 43732, June 29, 1906. ) 1070 

Lobster bait. ( F 43734, June 29, 1906. ) 

1071 

Nothing doing. ( F 43731, June 29, 1906. ) 

1072 
2 c. each June 29, 1906. 

Say, Mr. Stork, next time make it a doll. 
(F 44029, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
1906. ) 1078 

Some men's hearts are in an awful con- 
dition. (F 43735, June 29, 1906; 2 c. 
June 29, 1906. ) 1074 

Savage (Chas. R. ), Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Young (B. ) ( F 44063, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 1075 

Schlo^ bros. & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Aprilday. (F 44014, July 20, 1906.) 1076 

Courteous invitation. (F 44017, July 20, 
1906.) 1077 

In Madison square. (F 44016, July 20, 
1906. ) 1078 

Out for an afternoon walk. (F 44011, 
July 20, 1906.) 1079 

Outside the theatre. (F 44015, July 20, 
1906.) 1080 

Strolling down the avenue. (F 44013, 
July 20, 1906.) 1081 

Waiting for his girl. (F 44012, July 20, 
1906.) 1088 

2 c. each July 20, 1906. 



Scribner's (Charles) sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
Little girl in white dress eating grapes. 
(F 44138, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1088 

Simon, Tremaine tobacco 
company, Detroit, Mich. 
Concert ball. Inside Inn, Detroit, Mich 
(F 43515, July 2, 1906. ) 1084 

Electric park, Detroit, Mich. (F 43516, 
July 2, 1906. 1086 

Inner court. Electric park, Detroit, 
Mich. (F 43517, July 2, 1906.) 1088 

Outer court. Electric park, Detroit, Mich. 
(F 43514, July 2, 1906. ) 1087 

2 c. each July 2, 1906. 

Smith (Harry L.), Charles- 
town, Mass. 
Massachusetts general hospital. (F 
44053, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 

1088 

Souvenir publishing com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Signs used m 1881 on Eddy house, Lynn, 
Mass. (F 43746, Julv 13, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) ' 1089 

Sullivan ((reo. A. ), Chicago, 
111. 
Who says a coon has no flag. (F 43915, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 1090 

Waldrop photographic com- 
pany, Chattanooga, Tenn. 
San Juan, Porto Rico, view of (jovernor's 
palace ( F 43690, July 10, 1906. ) 1091 

View of Borinquen park, San Juan, 
Porto Rico. (F 43687, July 10, 1906.) 

1098 

Boy climbing cocoanut tree, San 

Juan, Porto Rico. ( F 43688, July 10, 
1906.) 1098 

El Morro, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

(F 43683, July 10, 1906. ) 1094 

La Marina, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

(F 43689, July 10, 1906.) 1095 

Luna street, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

(F 43686, July 10, 1906. ) 1096 

Peon's cabin, San Juan, Porto Rico. 

(F 43685, July 10, 1906. ) 1097 

Plaza Principal, San Juan, Porto 



Rico. (F 43684, July 10, 1906. ) 1098 
2 c. each June 16, 1906. 

Wellman (Walter), New 
York, N. Y. 
How she pulled his leg. ( F 44107, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906.) 1099 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 8,096 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Amngted alphabetically by proprietor! with lubalphabet of titles. 

TO laye space the copyrifrht notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notioe after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Oopyrlffht by American lithographic company, New York, 
N. T. GlasB G, XXc, no. 18796, July 24. 1906; 2 copies reoeived July 24, 1W6." 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Four ages. (G 13736, July 24, 1906; 2 c. 
July 24, 1906. ) 1100 

Cement machinery com- 
pany, Jackson, Mich. 
Oar machines do it all noe. 1 & 2. (G 
13591-13592, July 11, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 23, 1906. ) 1101 

Edd y ( Robert ) , Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Eagles here are showing us a fly time. 
(G 13675, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19. 
1906. ) 1102 

Hard (8. M.). New York, 
N. Y. 
life. (G 13676, July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 
19,1906.) 1108 

Leigh (Mary L.), Norfolk, 
Va. 
Pocahontas up to date. (G 13735, July 
24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906.) 1104 

Merchant (Dalleth Z.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Meet me for a good time. (G 13734, July 
24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906.) 1105 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
God the Creator. (G 13708, July 23, 
1906. ) 1106 

Man made in the image of €k>d. (G 
13709, July 23, 1906. ) 1107 

Noah saved in the Ark. (G 13711, July 
23, 1906.) 1108 

Story of Cain and Abel. (G 13710, July 
23, 1906.) 1109 

Temperance lesson. (G 13712, July 23, 
1906.) 1110 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Ideal figure, no. 9618. (G 13706, July 

23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1111 

Whitehead <&Hoag company, 
Newark N^ J 
Holly tide. (G 13674, July 18, 1906; 2 c. 
July 18, 1906. ) 111» 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,747 



99 



Class h. photographs 

Arranged alphabetically by pioprieton with subalphabel of Utlea. 

To 8tTe space the copyright notice after each title it abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flnt 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Toyoso Aral, Kobe, Japan, dtm H. XXc, do. 
81247. July 23, 1906; 2 copies received July 9, 1906.*^ 



Aral (Toyozo), Kobe, Japan. 
Family group. ( H 81247, July 23, 1906; 
2c. July 9, 1906.) 1118 

Bishop (A. A)., Boeton, 
Jilass. 
Juanita. (H 81308, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 
May 19, 1906.) 1114 

Blosser (J. A.), Snohomish, 
Wash. 
Cedar stump, Snohomish, Wash. (H 
81293, July 24, 1906.) 1115 

Colnmbia mountain and the American 
fflacier, Wash. 689. (H 81285, July 
24,1906.) 1116 

Glacier basin and Cadet peak, Wash. 

687. (H 81283, July 24, 1906.) 1117 

Glacier basin, Monte Cristo range, Wash. 
686. (H 81282, July 24, 1906.) 1118 

Glacier Falls, Monte Cristo range, Wash. 
685. (H 81281, July 24, 1906.) 1119 

Minnehaha Falls near Silver lake. Wash. 
695. (H 81291, July 24, 1906.) 1120 

Monte Cristo mountains. Wash. 701. 
(H 81292, July 24, 1906. ) 1121 

Old Silver Tip from summit of Mt. Deso- 
lation, Wash. 690. ( H 81286, July 24, 
1906.) 1122 

On the slopes of old Silver Tip, Wash. 

691. (H 81287, July 24, 1906.) 1128 

Saddle mountains from the summit of old 
Silver Tip, Wash. 693. (H 81289, July 
24,1906.) 1124 

Silver lake in June, Wash. 694. (H 
81290, July 24, 1906.) 1126 

Unscalable peak of old Silver Tip, Wash. 

692. (H 81288, July 24, 1906.) 1126 

Wilmon's Peak, Cascade mts.. Wash. 

688. (H 81284, July 24, 1906.) 1127 

2 c. each July 25, 1906. 

Bullington (W. N.), Green- 
_ ville, Ala. 

Wheeler (Gen. )anddaughters. (H81306, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 1128 

Bundy (William M.), Terre 
Haute, Ind. 
Terra firma. ( H 81029, July 21, 1906. ) 

1129 



Bundy (William M.), Terre 
Haute, Ind. 
Top of the ladder. ( H 81028, July 28, 
1906.) 1180 

Whole thing. (H 81027, July 21, 1906. ) 

1181 
2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Caldwell (E. Taber), Paw- 
ling, N. Y. 
Mizzentop hotel. ( H 80236, July 6, 1906; 
2 c. June 28, 1906. ) 1182 

Curtis (Asahel), Seattle, 
Wanh. 
Nebraska, (U. S. B. S.) nos. 7384 to 
7388. (H 81294-81298, July 24, 1906; 
2 c. each July 24. 1906. ) 1188 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Alass. 
Indian shepherd. 18 x 22. (H 79130, 
June 9, 1906; 2 c. June 9, 1906.) 1184 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Arcade of Crescent and Tulane theatres, 
New Orleans, La. 019298. (H 80931, 
July 18, 1906. ) 1185 

Art museum, Eden park, Cincinnati, O. 
019271. (H 80909, July 18, 1906.) 

1186 

Audubon place. New Orleans, La. 019299. 
(H 80932, July 18, 1906. ) 1187 

Chartres st.. New Orleans, La. 019296. 
(H 80929, July 18, 1906.) 1188 

Drive wav in Burnet woods, Cincinnati, 
O. 019270. (H 80908, July 18, 1906.) 

1189 

Fxien park, Cincinnati, O. 019272. 

(H 80910, July 18, 1906.) 1140 

Entrance to Greenwood cemetery, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 019290. (H 80923, July 
18, 1906.) 1141 

Fountain square and Tyler- Davidson 
fountain, Cincinnati, O. 019275. (H 
80913, July 18, 1906. ) 1142 

Hotel vista through the trees, Poland 
Springs, Me. 019262. (H 80906, July 
18,1906.) 1148 

Island Queen, Cincinnati, O. 019286. 
(H 80919, Julv 18, 1906.) 1144 

101 



102 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTEIE8 



Detroitjpublishiu^ company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Lake in Lincoln park, Cincinnati, O. 
019279. (H 80914, July 18, 1906. ) 

1146 
Prospect park, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

019294. (H 80927, July 18, 1906.) 

1146 

Spring Grove cemetery, Cincinnati, 

O. 019284. ( H 80918, July 18, 1906. ) 

1147 

Main entrance to Eden park, Cincinnati, 

O. 019273. (H 80911, Julv 18, 1906. ) 

1148 
Maine state building, Poland Springs, Me. 
019263. (H 80907, July 18, 1906. ) 

114» 

Milk cart, Kew Orleans, La. 09342. ( H 

80903, July 18, 1906. ) 1160 

Mt. Adams incline, Cincinnati, O. 019280. 
(H 80915, July 18, 1906. ) 1161 

New Montauk theatre, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
019291. (H 80924, July 18, 1906.) 1162 

New pumping plant, Cincinnati, O. 
019281. (H 8091 6, July 18,1906.) 1163 

Poland Spring house from across the lake, 
Poland Springs, Me. 019260. (H 80904, 
July 18, 1906.) 1164 

Post office and Eagle building, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 019292. (H 80925, July 18, 
1906.) 1166 

Pratt institute, Brooklyn, N. Y. 019293. 
(H 80926, July 18, 1906. ) 1166 

Price's hill incline, Cincinnati, O. 019282. 
(H 80917, July 18, 1906.) 1167 

Royal St., from Canal st.. New Orleans, 
La. 019297. (H 80930, July 18, 1906.) 

1168 

Sunset off FortMcHenry, Baltimore, Md. 
019289. ( H 80922, July 18, 1906. ) 1169 

Union league club, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

019295. (H 80928, July 18, 1906.) 

1160 
Up the Ohio from Fort Thomas, Cincin- 
nati, 0. 019287. ( H 80920, July 18, 
1906.) 1161 

View from Suspension bridge, Cincinnati, 
0. 019288. (H 80921, July 18, 1906. ) 

1162 
Water tower in Eden park, Cincinnati, O. 
019274. (H 80912, July 18, 1906. ) 

1163 

White mountains from Poland Spring 

house. Me. 019261. (H 80905, July 

18,1906.) 1164 

2 c. each July 18, 1906. 

Doran (Samuel), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
His master's beer. (H 80961, July 20, 
1906.) 1166 

Nothing in it. ( H 80962, July 20, 1906. ) 

1166 
2 c. each July 20, 1906. 



Edison ( Thomas A. ) , Orange, 
N.J. 
Waiting at the church Scenes 1 to 5. 
(H 81034-«1038, July 21, 1906; 2 c. 
each July 21, 1906. ) 1167 

Erickson (C. J.), Dixon, lU. 
Foley (Rev. M.) (H 80958, July 19, 
1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906.) 1168 

Everywhere publishing com- 
pany, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Carleton ( W . ) , A, & B. ( H 80581-80582, 
June 5, 1906; 2 c. each July 17, 1906. ) 

1169 

C. ( H 80583, June 6, 1906; 2 c. May 

25, 1906.) 1170 

Fair (Henry), Lewiston, 
Idaho. 
Bucks in parade. (H 81022, July 21, 
1906.) 1171 

Chief on horse. 0134. (H 81017, July 
21,1906.) 1172 

Dancers 0138. (H81021, July 21, 1906.) 

1178 

Decorated tepee. 0140. (H 81023, July 

21,1906.) 1174 

Lake Waha. 627. (H 81025, July 21, 
1906.) 1176 

Lake Waha from road. 628. (H 81026, 
July 21, 1906.) 1176 

Mounted group. 0136. (H 81019, July 
21,1906.) 1177 

Parade of squaws. 0141. (H 81024, 
July 21, 1906. ) 1176 

Squaw saddle. 0137. (H 81020, July 21, 
1906.) 1176 

Tepees. 0135. (H 81018, July 21, 1906.) 

1180 

Tepees. (Christians) 0133. (H 81016, 
July 21, 1906. ) 1181 

Wee-tuk-ka. 0132. (H 81015, July 21, 
1906.) 1188 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Grout & St. Claire, Silverton, 
Colo. 
Silverton snow scene, nos. 1 to 11. (H 
80939-80949, July 19, 1906; 2 c. each July 
19, 1906.) 1188 

Harris ( W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 
5 minutes for refreshments. (H 81006, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 1184 

Hyde (F. B.), Southport, 
Conn. 
Eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. (H 80960, 
July 20, 1906. ) 1185 

Great eruption of Mt. Vesuvius. (H . 
80959, July 20, 1906. ) 1 186 

2 c. each July 20, 1906. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



108 



James A Buflhnell, Beattle, 
Wash. 
Hart (L. F.) H 80957, July 19, 1906; 
2 c July 19, 1906. ) 1187 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, 
NoHolk, Va. 
Carved rastic bridge, Jamestown exposi- 
tion. 369. (H 80998, July 20, 1906. ) 

1188 

Fence. Jamestown exposition. 366 A. 
(H 80996, July 20, 1906.) 1189 

Horseshoe path of canoe trail, Jamestown 
exposition. 371. (H 81000, July 20, 
1906.) 1190 

Pooohontas spring, Jamestown exposi- 
tion. 372. (H 81001, July 20, 1906.) 

1191 

Bsmbling path, Jamestown exposition* 
367. (H 80997, July 20, 1906.) 1198 

on canoe trail, Jamestown exposi- 
tion. 370. (H 80999, July 20, 1906.) 

1198 

Bostic bridge, Jamestown exposition. 
374. (H 81003, July 20, 1906.) 1194 

Woodland path, Jamestown exposition. 
373. (H 81002, July 20, 1906.) 119A 

2 c. each July 20, 1906. 

Jeffers (Joseph Claud), 
Olympia, Wash. 
Mt Rainier. ( H 81039, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906.) 1196 

Kazan jian (Aram), Boston, 

Danger. ( H 80938, July 16, 1906. ) 1197 

Keyhole. ( H 80936, July 9, 1906. ) 1198 

Nit (H80937, July 16, 1906.) 1199 
2 c. each July 9, 1906. 

Knapp (Edwin G.), Oak- 
land, Cal. 
Mills building, San Francisco. ( H 80933, 
July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906. ) 1300 

Longfellow (George P.), 
Lowell, Mass. 
J. L. Chalifoux bldg., Lowell, Mass. (H 
81012, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. ) 

1201 

Lyon (George L.), Nahant, 
Mass. 
Egg Rock, North-nor'west side, towards 
the Swampscott shore. ( H 79951, June 
30, 1906. ) 1202 

View from South -sou* west, towards 

Nahant. (H 79949, June 30, 1906. ) 

1208 

View from the West, showing new 

landing pier. ( H 79950, June 30, 1906. ) 

1804 
2 c. each July 18, 1906. 



McKinne (Andrew Bama- 
by), San Francisco, Gal. 
Call boildmg in flames. ( H 81041, Jaly 
23, 1906. ) 1108 

Rains of Nob hill, San Frmndsoo. (H 

81042, July 23, 1906. ) 1806 

Rains of Palace hotel , San Francisco. ( H 

81043, July 23, 1906. ) 1807 

San Francisco fire. From roof of Shreve 

building. A. ( H 81044, July 23, 1906. ) 

1 c. each July 5, 1906; 1 c each July 

23, 1906. 1908 

San Francisco fire. From roof of Shreve 
bailding. B. ( H 81045, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1809 

Ma^tagnos (C. P. ), Alameda, 
Cal. 
Destruction of San Francisco by earth- 
quake and fire. no. 3. ( H 80963, July 

20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906.) 1810 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York N. Y. 
Masten (A. H.) nost 1 A* 2. (H 81030- 
81031, July 21, 1906; 2 c. each July 21, 
1906.) 1811 

Murat (A. L.), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
City hall in ruins. ( H 78588, May 22, 
1906. ) 1219 

San Francisco in flames. ( H 78587, May 
22,1906.) 1918 

1 c. each May 22, 1906; 1 c. each 
July 18, 1906. ) 

Nicoll (VVm. T.), Wheeling, 

W. Va. 

Carroll club. Wheeling, W. Va. (H 

80951, July 19, 1906. ) 1214 

River Park, Wheeling, W. Va. (H 

80952, July 19, 1906. ) 1215 

Virginia apartments. Wheeling, W. Va. 
(H 80953, July 19, 1906.) 1216 

Wheeling island and city from Ohio hills. 
(H 80950, July 19, 1906.) 1217 

2 c. each July 19, 1906. 

Parker (Burton), Spring- 
field ^lass 
Future citizen. ( H 81304, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. June 21, 1906. ) 1918 

Reichelt (Paul), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
State capitol of Minnesota. (H 81032, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 1919 

Reid (Ezra W.), Boston, 

Mass. 

God-crowned woman. (H 81033, July 

21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1920 



104 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Romans (W. P.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Nebraska. (U. S. B. 8.) nos. 7390 to 
7393. (H 81300-81303, July 24, 1906; 
2 c. each July 24, 1906. ) 1221 

Roto^aph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
At home. B. 1658. (H 81264, July 24, 
1906.) 1222 

Bucket of bark. B. 1603. (H 81267, July 
24,1906.) 1228 

Calling the meeting to order. B. 1512. 
(H 81262, July 24, 1906.) 1224 

Cave dwellers. B 1686. ( H 81279, Julv 
24, 1906.) 1225 

Escape. B 1681. (H 81271, July 24, 
1906. ) 1226 

Good-bye. B. 1612. (H 81263, July 24, 
1906.) 1227 

Happy birthday. B 1682. (H 81270, 
July 24, 1906. ) 1228 

Hurrying to market. B1680. (H 81269. 
July 24, 1906. ) 1229 

In case it rains. B. 1676. (H 81265, 
July 24, 1906. ) 1230 

In custody. B 1707. (H 81276, Julv 24, 
1906. ) 1231 

It's our turn next. B 1683. (H 81274, 
July 24, 1906.) 1282 

Posing. B 1510. (H 81273, July 24, 
1906. ) 1288 

Ready for his bath. B 1619. ( H 81278, 
July 24, 1906. ) 1284 

Regular sport. B. 1618. ( H 81 266, July 
24, 1906. ) 1286 

Secret session. B 1709. (H 81272, July 
24, 1906. ) 1236 

Sleek and sleepy. B 1706. (H 81268, 
July 24, 1906. ) 1237 

Supreme court. B 1715. ( H 81277, July 
24, 1906. ) 1238 

Tempting dish. B 1700. (H 81261, July 
24, 1906. ) 1239 

Three in a row. B 1607. (H 81275, July 
24, 1906. ) 1240 

Tie that binds. B 1509. ( H 81280, July 
24,1906.) 1241 

2 c. each July 24, 1906. 

Smith (J. N. ), Selma, Ala. 
Busy wharf at Selma, Ala. (H 80548, 
July 13, 1906; 2 c. June 1, 1906. ) 1242 

Smith brothers, Oakland, 
Cal. 
Morning Call. April 18, 1906. (H 80803, 
July 16, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 1243 

Souvenir publishing com- 
pany, Lynn, Mass. 
Mary Baker Eddy house, Lynn, Mass. 
(H 80550, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1244 



Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Acrobatic burglars. (H 80934, July 19, 
1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906.) 1245 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 
III. 
Home life among the refugees, San Fran- 
cisco disaster. ( H 80899, July 1 8, 1906. ) 

1846 

In campus of Leland Stanford university, 

Cal. (H 80898, July 18, 1906. ) 1247 

Millionaire's palatial home wrecked by 
earthquake, Palo Alto, Cal. ( H 80900, 
July 18, 1906. ) 1248 

2 c. each July 18, 1906. 

On duty amid the encircling gloom, San 
Francisco. (H 81013, July 21, 1906; 2 
c. July 21, 1906.) 1249 

Relic hunters digging in ruins, San Fran- 
cisco disaster. ( H 80897, July 18, 1906. ) 

1260 

Romantic scenery at Pont-y-Pair, near 
Bettws-y-Coed, Wales. ( H 80896, July 
18,1906.) 1251 

2 c. each July 18, 1906. 

Waterman (C. E.), Sea Girt, 
N.J. 
Camp Stokes, Sea Girt, K. J. (H 80814, 
July 17, 1906. ) 1262 

Gilmore ( Gen. Q. C M. ) ( H 80813, July 
17, 1906. ) 1268 

Review of second brigade N. G. N. J. 
Sea Girt, N. J. (H 80816, July 17, 
li.06.) 1264 

Second brigade staff, N. G. N. J. (H 
80815, July 17, 1906. ) 1265 

Third regiment, N. G. N. J. (H 80817, 
July 17, 1906. ) 1266 

2 c each July 17, 1906. 

White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Between the cabbage palms. Blue springs 
run, Florida. 822. ( H 80965, July 20, 
1906.) 1257 

Brought to land, a faithful servant. 
6120. ( H 80972, July 20, 1906. ) 1258 

Chinese justice, prisoner kneeling on 
chains, Moukden. 8633. (H 80983, 
July 20, 1906. ) 1259 

Chinese refugees at the Medical mission, 
Manchuria. 8642. ( H 80988, July 20, 
1906. ) 1260 

Experimental gardens, Trail and govern- 
ment buildings, Portland expo., Ore. 
8616. ( H 80979, July 20, 1906. ) 1261 

Forestry building, Portland expo., Ore. 
8612. ( H 80978, July 20, 1906. ) 1262 

Garfield memorial tomb, Cleveland, O. 
925. (H 80967, July 20, 1906. ) 1868 



PHOTOORAPHS 



105 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Gates Ajar, Como Park, St. Paul, Minn. 
930. (H 80968, Jaly 20, 1906.) 1264 

Grain and apple exhibit, Portland expo., 
Ore. 8617. ( H 80980, July 20, 1906. ) 

1265 

Great Dagoba, a Buddhifit shrine, Mouk- 
den, Manchuria. 8627. (H 80982, 
July 20, 1906.) 1266 

Interior of the California state building, 
Portland expo. , Ore. 861 1 . ( H 80977, 
Jaly 20, 1906. ) 1267 

Lewis and Clark avenue from Mass. bldg. 
Portland expo.. Ore. U. S. A. 8610. 
(H 80976, July 20, 1906.) 1268 

Lofty walls surrounding Moukden, Man- 
churia. 8636. (H 80986, July 20, 
1906. ) 1269 

Main entrance and Agriculture buildings, 
Lewis & Clark expo., Portland, Ore. 
8618. (H 80981, July 20, 1906.) 1270 

Manchurian home scene, grinding beans. 
8641. ( H 80987, July 20, 1906.) 1271 

Oriental court foreign Bldg, and govern- 
ment bldg. , Portland expo. , Ore. 8609. 
(H 80975, July 20, 1906. ) 1272 

Picturesque Kameido temple, Tokio, 
Japan. 4022. (H80969, July 20, 1906.) 

1278 

Policenian in one of Moukden's streets, 
Manchuria. 8639. ( H 80986, July 20, 
1906. ) 1274 

Prairie chicken shooting in the South 
Dakota wheat fields. 6119. (H 80971, 
July 20, 1906. ) 1276 

Beady for the wheat fields to hunt prairie 
chickens, S. Dak. 6118. (H 80970, 
July 20, 1906. ) 1276 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Soldiers' and sailors' monument, Indian- 
apolis, Ind. 924. ( H 80966, July 20, 
1906.) 1277 

Street in Boeco Trecase showing height 
of lava flow from Vesuvius, Italy. 
8744. (H 80990, July 20, 1906. ) 1278 

Ottajano showing fall of ashes from 

Vesuvius, Italy. 8739. (H 80989, July 
20, 1906.) 1879 

Successful day, duck hunting on Minne- 
sota lakes. 6126. (H 80973, July 20, 
1906. ) 1280 

Takkakaw Falls and the Yoho Valley 
from Observation Pt., B. C, Canada. 
9607. ( H 80992, July 20, 1906.) 1281 

Tea seller in the streets of Moukden, 
Manchuria. 8634. ( H 80984, July 20, 
1906.) 1282 

Thomas Edison and his original dynamo. 
Orange, N. J. 13001. (H 80993, July 
20, 1906.) 1288 

Where the stream of lava from Vesuvius 
destroyed part of Bosco Trecase, Italy. 
8746. (U 80991, July 20, 1906. ) 1284 

Winter day with ducks on Minnesota 
lakes. 6126. (H 80974, July 20, 1906.) 

1286 
2 c. each July 19, 1906. 

Wright (Isaac A.), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Isaac A. Wright's Kansas City Lightning 
picture. (H 81040, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 12, 1906. ) ' 1286 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by tlie deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 10,692 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Onder this heading is given a list of the photographs deponited according to law with appIlcatiODt 
for oopyright of paintings, drawings, statuarv, and modelN or denlgns intended to be perfected ai 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thux the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright bv P. Berton, Paris, France. Class I, XXc. no. 
18812, July 25, 1906; 1 photograph received July 25. 1906." 



Berton (P.), Paris, France. 
Ronte Kug^nie a Fontainebleau. Paint- 
ing of a road in the foreflt. On the 
road a valet leading a pack of dogs and 
furtfaaer away several huntsmen on 
horseback. (I 18842, July 25, 1906; 
1 photo. July 25, 1906. ) 1287 

Brann, Clement <& co., Paris, 

France. 

Maria. Painting of seated fieure of 

woman holding in her lap and to her 

breast an infant. (I 18799, July 23, 

1906; 1 photo. July 23, 1906. ) 128ft 

Brugairolles (V.), Paris, 
France. 
Environs de Dordrecht Drawing of 
typical Dutch view. In middle the 
^n just above the horizon reflected in 
expanse of water forming the fore- 
ground. Through an inlet sailboats 
are passing. (I 18839, July 25, 1906.) 

1289 
Soleil couchant sur la Kance. Drawing 
of sunset on river Ranee which is flow- 
ing peacefully to the right At the 
lea on a promontory stands a weather- 
beaten windmill. (I 18847, July 25, 
1906. ) 1290 

1 photo, each July 25, 1906. 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Bouge et noir. Painting of woman play- 
ing solitaire; she is of French type, 
with hair brushed to one side and 
adorned with cluster of flowers. (I 
18819, July 25, 1906; 1 photo. July 25, 
1906.) 1291 

Conklin ( David Bruce ) , 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Arkansaw traveler riding upon a white 
broncho. In the distance to the left is 
an old cabin out of the chimney of 
which a little smoke is ascending. (I 
18621, July 16, 1906; 1 photo. July 16, 
1906.) 1292 



Duprato 8tatuary company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Crura is placed on the shoulders of our 
Ijonl. There are five Hguree. Station 
no. 2. (I 18596, July 13, 1906.) 1298 

JeHus comforts the women of Jerusalem. 
There are seven figures. Station no. 8. 
(1 18602. July 13, 1906.) 1294 

Jesus ex pi res on the cross. There are six 
figures. Station no. 12. (I 18606, July 
13, 1906. ) 1296 

Jesus falls under the weight of the cross 
the first time. There are five figures. 
Station no. 3. ( I 18597, July 13, 1906. ) 

1296 

the second time. There are five 

figures. Station no. 7. (1 18601, July 
13,1906.) 1297 

the third time. There are five fig- 



ures. Station no. 9. (I 18603, July 13, 
1906. ) 1298 

Jesus is buried. There are six figures. 
Station no. 14. ( 1 18608, July 13, 1906. ) 

1298 

Jesus is nailed to the cross. There are 
six figures. Station no. 11. (I 18605, 
July 13, 1906.) 1800 

Jesus is removed from the cross. There 
are seven figures. Station no. 13. (I 
18607, July 13, 1906.) 1801 

Jesus is stripped of his garments. There 
are five figures. Station no. 10. (I 
18604, July 13, 1906. ) 1802 

Jesus meets his sorrowful mother. There 
are five figures. Station no. 4. (I 
18598, July 13, 1906. ) 1803 

Our Lord appearing before Pontius Pilate 
and being condemned to death. There 
are five figures. Station no. 1. (I 
18595, July 13, 1906. ) 1804 

Siixion of Cvrene aids Jesus to carry the 
cross. There are five figures. Station 
no. 5. (I 18599, July 13, 1906.) 1806 

107 



108 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTB1E8 



Duprato statuary company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Veronica wipes the tauce of Jesus. There 
are five figures. Station no. 6. (118600, 
July 13, 1906. ) 1306 

1 photo, each July 13, 1906. 

Hanfstaengl (Franz) , Mu- 
nich, Germany. 
Temptation. A monk is seated at a table 
reading the Scriptures and holding a 
crucifix in his right hand, a woman is 
bending over him. (I 18820, Julv 26, 
1906; 1 photo. July 26, 1906.) 1807 

Lawrence & Jellicoe (Lim- 
ited ) , London, England . 
Going well. Two men seated in a high 
two wheeled tandem cart. On the rear 
seat appears a coachman. (I 18585, 
July 12, 1906; 1 photo. July 12, 1906.) 

1808 

Le Mains ( G. ), Paris, France. 

Chtlte du jour. Painting of landscape at 

sunset. On the right a rustic road 

winding through large trees. ( I 18841, 

July 25, 1906.) 1309 

Route sur la lande. Painting of a rural 
road crossing an uncultivated country. 
On the right a large tree. (I 18843, 
July 25, 1906.) 1310 

1 photo, each July 25, 1906. 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 

American scenery in summer. A land- 
scape foreground of which is made up 
of a large number of summer girls 
daintily dressed. (I 18825, July 26, 
1906.) 1311 

Answer. A young couple seated on the 
side of an old boat drawn up on the 
sand. He has evidently proposed to 
her. (I 18827, July 26, 1906.) 1312 

Charlotte. Girl's head profile in a pi- 
quant style with hair dressed very high 
on the head. (I 18826, July 26, 1906. ) 

1313 

Desperate case. Two figures a man and a 
woman emerging from bathing houses. 
They are both painfully thin, little 
Cupid standing between them. (I 
18829, July 26, 1906.) 1314 

Kidnapped. A young girl seated alone 
on some rocks facing the ocean; her 
escort, a mere boy has fallen victim to 
the charms of a more worldly woman. 
(I 18828, July 26, 1906.) 1316 

1 photo, each July 26, 1906. 



Murgatroyd (John) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Combat. Two bull moose; the one on. 
the left trying to sink the back prong" 
of his left antler into the left side of 
his enemy. (I 18801, July 23, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 1906.) 1316 

Plowden ( William Francis) , 
Great Britain. 
Plowden (Edmund). Painting, 19 by 14 
inches, representing head and shoul- 
ders, the face in f profile, the eyes be- 
ing directed upon the spectator. (I 
18800, July 23, 1906; 1 photo. July 23, 
1906.) 181T 

Rosales ( Emanuel Ordoas 
de), Paris, France. 
Danseuse. Statue about 26 centimetres 
high, representing a young woman, 
dancing. She is standing on her right 
foot, left leg raised to about the height 
of her waist. (1 18818, July 25, 1906; 
1 photo. July 25, 1906.) 1818 

Schryver (L. de), Paris, 
France. 
Deux soeurs. Painting of two female 
figures half length. One is seen full 
face, sitting down and holding the 
other in her arms. (1 18846, Julv 25, 
1906; 1 photo. July 25, 1906.) 'l819 

Stet art company. New York. 
N. Y. 
Row of ten birds on top of an old board 
fence, in various attitudes. (1 18644, 
July 17, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 17, 1906. ) 

1820 

Wagrez (J.), Paris, France. 
Canal de la Madonetta. Painting of 
canal in Venice. On the left the rear 
of a palatial home with an ornamental 
portico. A man in a boat in the cen- 
ter. (I 18844, July 25, 1906.) 1821 

Canal du Formager. Painting of canal 
scene in Venice. On the right a gon- 
dola laying against a wall. On the left 
the rear of three houses and three gon- 
dolas. (I 18845, July 25, 1906.) 1828 

1 photo, each July 25, 1906. 

Zier (E,), Paris, France. 
Intimity. Pai nting of woman , hal f length 
at toilet table. She is turned to the 
right, half nude, with her right hand 
to her bosom. (1 18840, July 25, 1906; 
1 photo. July 25, 1906. ) 1888 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,348 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBUSHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 
518T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS: 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ho. 7 

August 16, 1906 



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1906 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arrangred alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyrigtit notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flr^t 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyrijfht by Benziger brothers, New York, N. Y. Class F, 
XXc, no. 44136, July 26, 1906; 2 copies received July 26, 1906." 



Beuziger brothers, New 

York, N. Y. 

Crucifixion (The) from the original of 

Martin Feueratein. ( F 44136, July 26, 

1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. ) 1824 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
QnaU shooting. ( F 44132, July 25, 1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 1825 

Davenport ( Frank W. ) , 

Providence, R. I. 

Pigeon Cove, Cape Ann. (F 43993, July 

18, 1906; 2 e. July 28, 1906. ) 1826 

State sanatorium, Wallum Lake, R. I. 

(F 43682, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 

1906.) 1827 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Boat landtne at Oceanic, Isles of Shoals, 
N.H. 62^5. (F 44165, July 27, 1906.) 

1828 

Canyon Diablo, Arizona. 5506. (F44161, 

July 27, 1906. ) 1829 

Garden crucifix. 7114. (F 44166, July 

27, 1906. ) 1380 

Mother and daughter, HopiMoki Indians. 

5888. (F 44163, July 27, 1906.) 1831 

Oceanic hotel and cottages. Isles of Shoals, 
N.H. 6027. (F 44164, July 27, 1906. ) 

1882 

San Francisco Mountains, Arizona. 5508. 
(F 44162, July 27, 1906.) • 1888 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Harvey ( Fred) , Kansas City, 

Mo. 
Cardenas hotel, Trinidad, Colorado. 7943. 
(F 44168, July 27, 1906.) 1884 

Group of Navahoes, Albuquerque, N. M. 
794o. (F 44169, July 27, 1906.) 1886 

Indian and Mexican building, Albu- 
querque, N. M. 7946. (F 44170, July 
27, 1906. ) 1386 



Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, 
Mo. 
Navaho mother and child weaving, In- 
dian building, AIbu<]uerque, N. M. 
7994. (F 44172, July 27, 1906.) 1887 

Old Navaho Bavetta blanket, from Fred 
Harvey blanket collection, Albuquer- 
que, N. M. 7941. (F 44167, July 27, 
1906.) 1888 

Tsousi-pah, Navaho weaver, aged six 

?ears, Indian building, Albuquerque, 
f. M. 7992. (F 44171, July 27, 1906.) 

1889 
2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Harvey (VanD.), Hillsdale, 
N. Y. 
Old man in the mountain near Bash 
Bish Falls. (F 44153, July 27, 1906; 
2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 1840 

Homer (G. Sumner), Mel- 
vin Village, N. H. 
Melvin Village, N. H., Lake Winnipe- 
saukee and adjacent mountains. (F 
43816, July 16, 1906. ) 1841 

Post office and street of Melvin Village, 
N. H. (F 43817, July 16, 1906.) 1842 

2 c. each July 28, 1906. 

Hyde (Helen), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Confidences. ( F 44228, July 30, 1906. ) 

1848 
Roundelay. (F 44227, July 30, 1906. ) 

1844 
2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Kytka (Theodore), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Panorama of the fashionable shopping 
and residence districts as the camera 
sees them from the top of the Fair- 
Diont hotel. Supplement to San 
Francisco Examiner, July 29, 1906. 
(F 44130, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 1845 

109 



110 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTBIES 



Letter (The) shop, Chicago, 

Hello! (F 44152, July 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
12, 1906.) 1346 

McHugh (Edward J.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Green {Mrs. Hetty), first and last pose 
for any newspaper photo. ( F 44295, 
Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906.) 1847 

Mendoza (I. P.), limited, 
London, England. 
Listening. (F 44193, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906.) 1348 

Naulty (Edwin Fairfax) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Estabrook model Fairfax system. (F 
44155, July 27, 1906.) 1349 

Harewood model Fairfax system. (F 
44154, July 27, 1906. ) 1860 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Newton (Edward B.), Win- 
throp, Mass. 
Faneuil hall market, Boston, length 535 
feet, width 50 feet. (F 44127, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906.) 1361 

Osborne company, New York, 
N. Y. 
When school is out. (F 44192, July 28, 
1906; 2 c. July 28, 1^906.) 1362 

Pauley (Ferd C), Pekin, 111. 
Pekin public schools, Pekin, Illinois. (F 
44128, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 

1363 
Smith (Frank J.), Chicago, 

Everybody loves me. (F 44194, July 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 1864 



Smith (Samuel J.), Onset, 

Mass. 

Steamboat wharf and bathing beach, 

Onset girl. (F 43742, July 5, 1906. ) 

1356 

Weston {Mr8.)f president of the Wigwam, 

and Indian friends. Onset, Mass. (F 

43743, July 5, 1906.) 1366 

Weston (Mrs. May), president of the 
Wigwam, and the most popular and 
benevolent lady in Onset, Mass., and 
her pet Teddy. (F 43744, July 5, 1906. ) 

1367 

Wicket Island, Onset. The temple Onset. 
Looking from Bay View Grove, Onset. 
(F 43741, July 5, 1906.) 1368 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Taylor brothers company. 
Battle Creek, Mich. 
August. Maid so sweet. (F 44226, July 
28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 1369 

Tipton (W. H. ), Gettysburg, 
Pa. 
Gettysburg soldiers national cemetery 
from the lodge. (F 44008, July 20, 
1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906.) 1360 

Union bank note company, 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Commerce. (F 44156, July 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906. ) 1361 

Waddell (Hilda), New York, 
N. Y. 
Idea (The). (F 44186, July 28, 1906; 
2 c. July 28, 1906.) 1362 

Woodbury - Carlton com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. 
Brown university. (F 43604, July 6, 
1906; 1 c. June 29, 1906; 1 e. July 25, 
1906.) 1368 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 7,086 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyri^rht notice after each title is abbreViated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Carlton T. Chapman, New York, N. Y. Class 
G, XXc, no. 13764, July 27, 1906; 2 copies received July 27, 1906." 



Chapman (CarltoD T.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bon Hotnme Richard and the Serapis. 
(G 13764, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 
1906. ) 1864 

Dohmen (Jos.), Denver, 
Colo. 
Believe in thyself as well as others, ((t 
13737, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. ) 1866 

Geiger (Gustave E.), Leav- 
enworth, Kans. 
Comrades. (G 13008, Apr. 14, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. ) 1866 

Gray lithograph company. 
New Yort, N. Y. 
After the ball, Newport. (G 13760, July 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. ) 1867 

Seashore postcard company, 
Atlantic City, N. J. 
Trip to the shore. 1, 2, 3 and 4. (G 
13807-13810, July 31, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 20, 1906. ) 1868 

Zancig (Julius L.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Babies, no. 4. (G 12853, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1869 
Baggage, no. 18. (G 12867, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1870 
Bell. no. 35. (G 12884, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1871 
Cat no. 30. (G 12879, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1872 
Church, no. 9. (G 12858, Apr. 6, 1906.) , 

1378 i 
Clouds, no. 15. ( G 12864, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1874 

Clover leaf. no. 34. (G 12883, Apr. 6, 

1906.) 1876 

Compass, no. 37. (G 12886, Apr. 6, 
1906.) 1378 

Daisy, no. 36. (G 12885, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1877 

Dog. no. 2. (G 12851, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1878 



Zancig (Julius L.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Drink, no. 24. (G 12873, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1879 
Eagle, no. 39. (G 12888, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1880 
Farmer, no. 22. (G 12871, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1881 

Gaaser (The), no. 41. (G 12890, Apr. 6, 

1906. ) 1882 

Gentlemen, no. 28. (G 12877, Apr. 6, 
1906. ) 1888 

Heart, no. 16. (G 12865, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1884 

House afire, no. 31. (G 12880, Apr. 6, 

1906.) 1885 

Indien. no. 13. (G 12862, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1886 
Jail. no. 6. (G 12855, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1887 
Lady. no. 27. (G 12876, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1888 
Lamb. no. 23. (G 12872, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1889 

Letter carrier, no. 21. (G 12870, Apr. 

6, 1906.) 1890 

Looking; glass, no. 10. (G 12859, Apr. 
6, 1906.) 1891 

Money, no. 7. (G 12856, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1892 

Monkey, no. 11. (G 12860, Apr. 6, 
1906.) 1898 

Murder, no. 26. (G 12875, Apr. 6, 
1906.) 1394 

Old man. no. 14. (G 12863, Apr. 6, 
1906. ) 1895 

Old mill. no. 32. (G 12881, Apr. 6, 
1906. ) 1896 

Owl. no. 20. (G 12869, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1397 

Pink. no. 40. (G 12889, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1398 

Railroad, no. 19. (G 12868, Apr. 6, 
1906. ) 1899 

Ring. no. 12. (G 12861, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1400 

111 



112 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTBIES 



Zancig (Julius L.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Rooster, no. 8. ( G 12857, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1401 
Rose. no. 38. (G 12887, Apr. 6, 1906.) 

1402 



Zancig (Julius L.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Steamer, no. 17. (G 12866, Apr. 6, 
1906.) 140S 

Sun. no. 1. (G 12850, Apr. 6, 1906. ) 

1407 



Snake, no. 5. (G 12854, Apr. 6, 1906.) ,,^. , , _ ,^ .«.«« . 

' ^ ' 1403 ! Wish bone. no. 33. (G 12882, Apr. 6, 



Soldier, no. 29. (G 12878, Apr. 6, 


1906.) 


1408 


1906. ) 1404 


Women listening, no. 25. 


(G 12874, 


Star. no. 3. (G 12852, Apr. 6, 1906.) 


Apr. 6, 1906. ) 


1409 


1405 


2 c. each June 30, 1906. 





Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,793 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranfrcd alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabei of tltlet. 

To HtTe space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flr*t 
title, if printeil in full, would read: "Copyright by Armour & co., ChlcHgo. III. Claiw H, XXc. no. 
81307. July 25, 1906; 2 copies received July 25, 1906." 



Armour & co., Chicago, 111. 
International draft horse champions, 1905. 
(H 81307, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 1410 

Ayer (H. D.), St. Anthony 
Park, Minn. 
Now vou won't tell. (H 81440, July 20, 
1906; 1 c. June 28, 1906; 1 c. July 20, 
1906.) 1411 

Beck (Chas. R. R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Vista, Thurmont, Md. (II 81056, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1412 

Benham (C. T.), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Intelligence. (H 81474, July 31, 1906; 
2 c. July 26, 1906.) 1418 

Bluman (Sigisinund), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Irony (The) of providence. (H 81438, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. May 9, 1906.) 1414 

Bovce (Isaac N.), White 
Plains N. Y. 
Heath (Eliza W.) ' (H 81305, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906). 1416 

Celehrity art company, Bos- 
ton ^idass 
Evening praver. (H 81082, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1416 

Detroit pal)lishin^ company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Barton academy. Mobile, Ala. 019442. 
(H 81322, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 1417 

Bay shell road. Mobile, Ala. 019443. 
(H 81323, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 1418 

Bienville hotel, Mobile, Ala. 019444. 
(H 81324, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 1419 

Bienville park. Mobile, Ala. 019445. 
(H 81326, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) ^ 1420 

Broadway, Oakland, Cal. 09350. (H 
81092, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) 

1421 



Detroit publishing? company, 
Detn)it, Mich. 
Canal locks, Ix)uisvilhs Kv. 019362. 
(H 81151, Julv 23, 1906; 2'c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1422 

Canal locks, Louisville, Kv. 019:^63. 
(H 81152, July 23, 1906; 2'c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1428 

Canal locHf, Louisville, Ky. 019364. 
(H 81153, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. Julv 23, 
1906.) ' *1424 

Citv hall, I^uisville, Ky. 019365. (H 
81154, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 

1426 

Coates houjie, Broa<lwav, Kansas City, 
Mo. 0194S6. ( H 81367, July 27, 1906; 
2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 1426 

Confederate monument, Louisville, Ky. 
019367. (H 81155, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 1427 

Convent of Visitation, Mobile, Ala. 
019446. (H 81326, Julv 25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 25, 1906.) ' 1428 

Corner of 13th. st. and Broadway, Oak- 
land, Cal. 09351. (H 810?>3, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1429 

Cossitt library and post office, Memphis, 
Tenn. 019381. (H 81169, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1480 

Court house, Louisville, Ky. 019368. 
(H 81156, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 1481 

Court square and skyscrapers, Memphis, 
Tenn. 019378. (H 81166, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1432 

Curio and lunch stands near foot of 
Market st., San Francisco, Cal. 09361. 
(H 81102, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906.) 1438 

Custom house and post office, Memphis, 
Tenn. 019382. (H 81170, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1434 

Entrance to Cave hill cemetery, Louis- 
ville, Ky. 019369. ( H 81157, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1486 

First stages of rebuilding, San Francisco, 
Cal. 09365. (H 81106, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1436 

113 



114 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTEIE8 



Detroitpubliflhing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Fourteenth st bridge, Louisvillle, Ky. 

019370. (H 81158, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 1487 

Fourth ave., Louisvillei Ky. 019360. 
(H 81149, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 1488 

Fourth ave., Louisville, Ky. 019361. 
(H 81150, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1489 

General Forest monument, Memphis, 
Tenn. 019388. (H 81175, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1440 

Government St., Mobile, Ala. 019440. 
(H 81320, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906. ) 1441 

Great Southern hotel, Gulf port. Miss. 
015501. (H 81313, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 25, 1906. ) 1442 

Harbor, Gulf port. Miss. 015500. (H 
81318, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 

1443 

Ivy geranium. Lakeside Terrace, Oak- 
land, Cal. 09353. (H 81095, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) 1444 

Jefferson monument, Louisville, Ky. 

019371. (H 81159, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) 1446 

Kansas City & Memphis ry. bridge, 
Memphis, Tenn. 019384. (H 81171, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1446 

Lake in Metairie cemetery. New Orleans, 
La. 019;^6. (H 81145, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1447 

Levee from the Bluff, Memphis, Tenn. 
019385. (H 81172, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 1448 

Loading cars with debris, San Francisco, 
Cal. 09360. (H 81101, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1449 

McGill institute, Mobile, Ala. 019448. 
(H 81327, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906. ) 1460 

Madison ave., Memphis, Tenn. 019379. 
(H 81167, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 1451 

Mahogany mills of C. C. Mengel & bro. 

CO., Louisville, Ky. 010998. (H 81314, 

July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 

1462 
Main building, Spring hill College, Mobile, 

Ala. 019454. (H 81330, July 25, 1906; 

2 c. July 25, 1906.) 1463 

Main st., Memphis, Tenn. 019380. (H 
81168, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 

1464 

Main st. , refugee camp in Golden Gate 

park, San Francisco, Cal. 09363. (H 

81104, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) 

1466 



Detroit publishingcompany, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Memphis trust co. building, Memphis, 
Tenn. 019386. (H 81173, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1466 

National cemetery, Memphis, Tenn. 
019387. (H 81174, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 1457 

New business hpuse on site of Phelan 
building, San* Francisco, Cal. 09366. 
(H 81096, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1458 

Old Market house. Mobile, Ala. 019451. 
( H 81328, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 1459 

Oyster luggers at New Orleans, La. 010995. 
(H 81010, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
1906. ) 1460 

Panorama of New Orleans, La. 010988. 
(H 81317, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906. ) 1461 

Pendennis club, Louisville, Ky. 019375. 
(H 81163, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1468 

Pennsylvania, nos. 029141 to 029143. 
(H 80954-80956, July 19, 1906; 2 c. 
each July 19, 1906.) 1483 

Post-office, Louisville, Ky. 019376. ( H 
81164, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 

1484 

Post-office, Montgomery, Ala. 019439. 
(H 81319, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906. ) 1486 

Raphael Semmes monument. Mobile, 
Ala. 019453. ( H 81329, July 25, 1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 1486 

Refugee camp in Golden Gate park, San 
Francisco, Cal. 09362. (H 81103, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1467 

Refugee camp in Portsmouth square, San 
Francisco, Cal. 09366. (H 81107, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1488 

Remnant of the famous ''Poodle Dog" 
restaurant, San Francisco, Cal. 09357. 
(H 81098, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1489 

Removing debris at Third, Kearney and 
Market sts. , San Francisco, Cal. 09359. 
(H 81100, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1470 

Royal St., Mobile, Ala. 019441. (H 
81321, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 

1471 

Ruins of children's pavilion. Golden Gate 
park, San Francisco, Cal. 09364. (H 
81105, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) I 

147S 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



115 



Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Rains of the Bank of British North 

America, San Francisco, Cal. 09358. 

(H 81099, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 

1906. ) 1478 

Sophie Newcomb college. New Orleans, 
La. 019358. (H 81147, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1474 

Tennessee club, Memphis, Tenn. 019389. 
(H 81176, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 1476 

Tennessee coal, iron, & railroad co.*8 
furnacei^, Ensley, Ala. 015503. (H 
81312, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 

1476 

Third ave. , Louisville, Ky. 019359. ( H 
81148, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 

1477 

Tobacco market, Louisville, Ky. 019372. 
(H 81160, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1478 

Tobacco market, Louisville, Ky. 019373. 
(H 81161, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1479 

Tobacco warehouse, Louisville, Ky. 
019374. (H 81162, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) 1480 

Tomb of the Army of Tennessee, Metairie 
cemeterv, New Orleans, La. 019357. 
(H 81146, July 23, 1906; 2 c. Julv 23, 
1906.) 1481 

Tulane university, New Orleans, La. 
010990. (H 81316, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 25, 1906. ) 1482 

Typical cotton cart. 019456. (H 81332, 
July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 1483 

Union station, Louisville, Ky. 019377. 
(H 81165, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 1484 

U. S. post-office sub-station in refugee 
camp, San Francisco, Cal. 09356. ( H 
81097, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) 

1485 

Unloading a banana steamer. Mobile, 
Ala. 019455. (H81331, July 25,1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 1486 

Unloading cotton at levee, Memphis, 
Tenn. 019391. (H 81177, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1487 

Vicksburg, Miss. , from the river. 010999. 
(H 81311, July 25, 1906; 2 c. Julv 25, 
1906. ) 1488 

Washington oak, Audubon park. New 
Orleans, La. 019355. (H 81144, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1489 

Washington st., Oakland, Cal. 09352. 
(H 81094, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1490 

Williamsburg bridge plaza, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 010994. (H 81315, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 1491 



Downes (0. C), Birming- 
ham, Ala. 
Big (The) white gun. (H 80549, July 
13, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 1498 

Drake (J. D.), Silverton, 
Oreg. 
Lower North Silver Creek falls. (H 
813:^7, July 26, 190(i. ) 1498 

Lower South Silver Creek falls. (H 
81338, July 26, 1906. ) . 1494 

Middle North Silver Creek falls. (H 
81336, July 26, 1906. ) 1498 

2 c. each July 26, 1906. ) 

Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, N. J. 
Kathleen Mavoumeen. Scenes 1-12. (H 
81548-81559, Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 
1906. ) 1496 

Gerard (Win.), Rockaway, 
N.J. 
Along the canal, Rockawav, N. J. (H 
81349, July 20, 1906. ) ' 1497 

Club house, Whitemeadows, Rockaway, 
N. J. (H 81343, July 20, 1906.) 1498 

East Main street, Rockaway, N. J. ( H 
81348, July 20, 1906. ) 1499 

Hoagland avenue, Rockaway, N. J. (H 
81345, July 20, 1906. ) 1500 

Main street, Rockaway, N. J. (H 81347, 
July 20, 1906. ) 1601 

Maple avenue, Rockaway, N. J. (H 
81342, July 20, 1906.) 1602 

River (The)' Rockawav, N. J. (H 81344, 
July 20, 1906. ) " 1608 

Whitemeadow lake, Rockaway, N. J. 
(H 81346, July 20, 1906.) 1604 

2 c. each July 20, 1906. 

Hovey ((Uiy Carleton), Long 
Beach, Cal. 
Long Beach, California, no. 6123. (H 
81244, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 

1606 

Jamestown exposition co., 
Norfolk, Va. 
Exposition emblem. 377. (H 81371, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 1606 

LoefHer ( A. ), Tompkinsville, 
N. Y. 
Airy hill house, Palenville, N. Y. 1119. 
(H 81355, July 27, 1906. ) 1607 

Arlington (The) Palenville, N. Y. 1122. 
( H 81356, July 27, 1906. ) 1608 

Haines falls house and Sunset park, Cats- 
kill mts., N. Y. 1129. (H 81359, 
July 27, 1906.) 1609 

Ingleside, Palenville, N. Y. 1117. (H 
81363, July 27, 1906.) 1610 

Myrtle villa, Palenville, N. Y. 1116. (H 
81353, July 27, 1906.) 1611 



116 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



Loeffler (A.), Tompkinsville, 
M. Y. 
Palenville homestead, no. 1112. (H 
81350, July 27, 1906.) 1512 

Palenville post office. 1115. (H 81352, 
July 27, 1906.) 1518 

Stony brook house, Palenville, N. Y. 
1118. (H 81354, July 27, 1906.) 1514 

Summer resorts, Haines comers, Catskill 
mts., N. Y. 1131. (H 81361, July 27, 
1906.) 1615 

Sunset park inn, and Round Top, Catskill 
mts., N. Y. 1133. (H 81362, July 27, 
1906.) 1616 

Sunset park inn, Catskill mts., N. Y. 
1123. (H81357, July 27, 1906.) 1517 

View near Palenville homestead. No. 
1114. (H 81351, July 27, 1906. ) 1618 

View of Haines corners, Catskill mt?., 
N. Y. 1130. (H 81360, July 27, 1906. 

1519 

View of Haines ravine, Catskill mts., 
N. Y. 1124. (H 81358, July 27, 1906. ) 

1520 
2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Metcalf (H. D.), Manas- 
quan, N. J. 
Camp Stokes, Sea Girt, New Jersey at 
5.30 a. m. (H 81372, July 27, 1906; 
2 c. July 27, 1906.) 1521 

Minton (George B.), Sea 
Bright, N. J. 
Octagon, Seabright, N. J. (H 81442, 
July 31, 1906.) 1522 

Peninsula house. Sea Bright, N. J. (H 
81443, July 31, 1906. 1528 

2 c. each July 24, 1906. 

Morgan (Alfred), Murphy, 
N. C. 
Looking up Valley river from Upper 
bridge, Murphy, N. C. ( H 81414, Jul v 
30,1906.) 1524 

Yohnah-Amiah (Bear creek) falls, Mur- 
phy, N. C. H 81415, July 30, 1906. ) 

1525 
2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Nutting (Wallace), New 

York N. Y. 

Ancient wood. (H'80855,* July 1 7, 1906. ) 

1526 
Apple lane. (H 80852, July 17, 1906.) 

1627 

Bearded oaks of Dixie. ( H 80879, July 

17,1906.) 1528 

Bells and old adobe. (U 80864, July 17, 
1906. ) 1529 

Beneath great oaks. (H 80850, Julv 17, 
1906.) 1580 



Nutting (Wallace), New 
York, N. Y. 
Birch Pass. (H 80856,' July 17, 1906. ) 

1531 

Brattleboro drive. (H 80844, July 17, 

1906. ) 1532 

Bridge water road. (H 80842, July 17, 
1906.) 1533 

California drive. (H 80872, July 17, 
1906.) 1534 

California hill tops. (H 80843, July 17, 
1906.) 1535 

Campanile mission inn. (H 80875, July 
17, 1906.) 1536 

Chat at the window. (H 80886, July 17, 
1906.) 1637 

Cheyenne can von road. (H 80870, July 
17,1906.) ' 1538 

Cliff bridge. (H 80845, July 17, 1906. ) 

1539 
Cliff corner. (H 80823, July 17, 1906.) 

1540 

Curve at the bridge. ( H 80881, July 1 7, 

1906.) 1541 

Deeriield brook. (H 80876, July 17, 
1906.) 1542 

Deerfield meadow. (H 80833, July" 17, 
1906.) 1543 

Down a Colorado road. (H 80857, July 
17,1906.) 1544 

Eagle cliff. (H 80861, July 17, 1906.) 

1545 

Ferry entrance. (H 80846, Julv 17, 

1906. ) ' 1546 

Friendly oak arms. (H 80869, July 17, 
1906.) 1647 

Garden in the dunes. ( H 80826, July 1 7, 
1906.) 1648 

Glenwood pergola. (H 80880, Julv 17, 
1906.) '1649 

Great black fir, Yosemite. (H 80866, 
July 17, 1906.) 1560 

Hill top cottage. (H 80874, July 17, 
1906.) 1661 

Hinsdale outlook. (H 80871, July 17, 
1906.) 1652 

House high trunk. (H 80862, July 17, 
1906. ) 1563 

House tops and hill tops. ( H 80825, July 
17, 1906.) 1664 

In the cleft of the rock. (H 80832, July 
17,1906.) 1666 

Laurel crowned. (H 80822, July 17, 
1906.) 1666 

Marino pastures. (H 80828, July 17, 
1906.) 1567 

Mission dove cote. (H 80837, July 17, 
1906.) 1568 



PHOTOOBAPHS 



117 



Nutting (Wallace), New 

York, N. Y. 

Mohonk laurel. ( H 80824, July 17, 1906. ) 

1669 

Montecito approach. (H 80877, July 17, 

1906. ) 1660 

Moesy mill. (H 80853, July 17, 1906. ) 

1661 

Mountain glory. (H 80847, July 17, 

1906. ) 1662 

Mountain pool. (H 80835, July 17, 1906. ) 

1668 

Mountain pool. ( H 80858, July 17, 1906. ) 

1664 

Mountain sanctuary. (H 80836, Julv 17, 
1906.) 1666 

New Hampshire roadside. (II 80834, 
July 17, 1906. ) 1666 

Nuttingham drive. (H 80829, July 17, 
1906.) 1667 

Pine crowned Mohonk. (H 80873, July 
17, 1906. ) 1668 

Portals of the wood. (H 80865, Julv 17, 
1906.) 1669 

Pvramids beyond the sycamores. (H 
'80851, July 17, 1906.) 1670 

River bend. (H 80838, July 17, 1906. ) 

1671 

Strength of the hills. (H 80854, July 17, 

1906.) 1672 

Three mile hill. (H 80840, July 17, 
1906.) 1678 

Towered terrace. (H 80863, July 17, 
1906.) 1674 

Two bridges. (H 80859, July 17, 1906.) 

1676 

Under noon shadows. (H 80841, July 

17,1906.) 1676 

Under the great elms. ( H 80827, July 1 7, 
1906. ) 1677 

Under the live oaks. (H 80878, July 17, 
1906.) 1678 

Under the Yosemite. (H 80848, July 17, 
1906. ) 1679 

Valley of wonder. (H 80868, July 17, 
1906.) 1680 

Waiting. (H 80830, July 17, 1906. ) 

1681 

Willow banks. ( H 80831 , July 17, 1906. ) 

1682 

Yosemite falls. ( H 80860, July 17, 1906. ) 

1683 

Yosemite from Artists Point. (H 80867, 
July 17, 1906. ) 1684 

Yosemite from highway. (H 30849, 
July 17, 1906.) 1686 

Yosemite valley. (H 80839, July 17, 
1906.) 1686 

2 c. each July 17, 1906. 



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

Boneland tra^edv. (II 81447, July 31, 
1906; 2 c. July'31, 1906.) 1687 

Giant of the links. (H 81419, Julv 24, 
1906; 2 c. July 24, 190().) 1688 

New Y'ork a la Venice. 1, 2, 3, ami 4. 
(H 81448-81451, July 31, 1906; 2 c. 
each July 31, HK)6.) 1689 

Over the house-top. (H 81418, July 24, 
1906. ) 1690 

Walking on water. (H 81417, Julv 24, 
1906.) 'l69l 

2 c. each July 24, 1906. 

Plumraer (G. K.), Seattle, 
Wash. 

Minnesota. ( H 813;U, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 26, UK)6.) 1698 

Holograph comj)any, New 
Y^)rk, N. Y. 

Auntie and Uncle. B 1663. (H 80800, 
July 16, ItHH).) 1698 

Babv's outing. B 1608. ( H 80753, July 
16, UK)6.) 1694 

Basket of "peaches.*' B1525. (H 80797, 
July 16, 1906.) 1696 

Bowful of whine. H 1631. (11 80764, 
July 16, 1906.) 1696 

Canine flirt. B 1629. (H 80759, July 
16, 1906.) 1697 

Cauj?ht at last. B 1665. ( H 80788, July 
16, 1906.) 1698 

Coming out. B 1672. (H 80774, July 
16, UH)6.) 1699 

Earlv visitors. B 1667. (H 80778, July 
16, 1906.) 1600 

Exploring party. B 1662. (H 80786, 
July 16, 1906.) 1601 

Four little roosters. B 1659. (H 80784, 
July 16, 1906.) 1602 

General (The). B 1605. (H 80757, July 
16, 1906. ) 1608 

Good night! B 1675. (H 80771, July 
16, 1906. ) 1604 

Guarding the ball. B 1624. (H 80763, 
July 16, 1906.) 1606 

Guarding the nest. B 1679. (H 80783, 
July 16, 1906.) 1608 

Hard-luck crowd. B 1521. (H 80796, 
July 16,1906.) 1607 

Hard pull. B 1670. (H 80775, July 16, 
1906. ) 1608 

Heavv load. B 1673. (H 80773, July 
16, '1906. ) 1609 



118 



CATALOGUK OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Rotograph company. New 
York, N. Y. 
High aristocrat. B 1610. (H 80802, 
July 16, 1906.) 1610 

Holding the fort. B 1684. (H 80780, 
July 16, 1906.) 1611 

I feel comfy! B 1640. (H 80768, July 
16, 1906.) 1612 

In the jinrikisha. B 1661. (H 80772, 
July 16, 1906.) 1618 

Intruder (The). B 1502. (H 80799, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1614 

Is it time to get up? B 1623. (H 80752, 
July 16, 1906.) 1616 

Just my size. B 1605. (H 80798, July 
16, 1906. ) 1616 

Latest style. B 1614. (H 80789, July 
16,1906.) 1617 

Little emigrant. B 1613. (H 80749, July 
16,1906.) 1618 

Little fairy. B 1603. (H 80745, July 16, 
1906.) 1619 

Little old lady. B 1622. (H 80756, July 
16, 1906.) 1620 

Looking his best. B 1606. (H 80782, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1621 

Looking through the news. B 1514. (H 
80767, July 16, 1906.) 1622 

Mamma's coming. B1520. (H 80765, Julv 
16, 1906.) 1628 

My dolly and me. B 1609. (H 80758, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1624 

New arrivals. B 1668. (H 80777, July 
16, 1906. ) 1626 

Off for cruise. B 1660. (H 80787, July 
16, 1906. ) 1626 

Off for the races. B 1677. (H 80776, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1627 

Only survivors. B 1602. (H 80755, July 
16, 1906.) 1628 

Out on good behavior. B1495. (H 80746, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1629 

Phew! how it hurts! B 1604. (H 80751, 
July 16, 1906.) 1680 

Playing at see-saw. B 1666. (H 80781, 
July 16, 1906.) 1681 

Pronouncing the verdict. B 1626. (H 
80748, July 16, 1906. ) 1682 

Repose. B 1621. (H 80762, July 16, 
1906. ) 1638 

Room for one only. B 1611. (H 80760, 
July 16, 1906.) 1634 



Rotograph company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Rover's little sister/ B 1627. (H 80750, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1685 

Sentinels of the nest. B1674, (H 80801, 
July 16, 1906.) 1686 

Shall I gobble you up? B 1519. (H 
80793, July 16, 1906.) 1687 

Sitting for his portrait. B 1536. (H 

80791, July 16, 1906. ) 1638 

Snug retreat. B 1671. (H 80785, July 
16, 1906.) 1689 

Summer comfort. B 1617. (H 80754, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1640 

Susie. B 1628. (H 80747, July 16, 
1906.) 1641 

Tabby twins. B 1508. (H 80790, July 
16.1906.) 1642 

Telling a secret. B 1678. (H 80779, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1643 

Think I look stylish? B 1625. ( H 80761, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1644 

We want to go to bed. B 1517. (H 

80792, July 16, 1906. ) 1646 

What do I weigh? B 1516. (H 80766, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1646 

Where are the biscuits? B 1537. (H 
80770, July 16, 1906. ) 1647 

Who are you? B 1534. (H 80795, July 
16, 1906. ) 1648 

Who's afraifi of dogs? B1522. (H 80794, 
July 16, 1906. ) 1649 

Who's calling? B 160L (H 80743, July 
16, 1906. ) 1660 

Wish they'd bring my milk. B 1620. 
(H 80744, July 16, 1906. ) 1661 

Won't you take me along? B 1542. (H 
80769, July 16, 1906.) 1862 

2 c. each July 16, 1906. 

Rounds (H. O.), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Rounds' Imperial ladies band of New 
York. (H 81335, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 26, 1906. ) 1668 

Shattuck (L. E. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Augustus Post (with coat off) talking 

with W. S. Kellogg at Elizabethtown. 

(H 81071, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 

1906. ) 1664 

Shoemaker (James A.), 
Helena, Mont. 
Burke ( Drum major Brownie) (H 81540, 
Aug. 1,1906.) 1665 

Burke (Major Brownie) (H 81539, Aug 
1 , 1906. ) 1666 






PHOTOGRAPHS 



119 



Shoemaker (James A.), 
Helena, Mont. 
Borke (Musician Brownie) (H 81541, 
Ang. 1,1906.) 1657 

2 c. each July 9, 1906. 

Symmons (Jacob H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
First fire in New York's subwav. (H 
79852, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25^ 1906.) 

1668 

Troth (Henry), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Asters. 7067. ( H 81088, July 23, 1906. ) 

1659 

Dandelion field. 7126. (H 81090, Julv 
23, 1906. ) 1660 

Dandelions. 7125. (H 81089, July 23, 
1906. ) 1661 

Hillside. 7078. (H81086, July 23, 1906.) 

1662 

Peanut harvest. 108. (H 81091, Julv 
23,1906.) 166*8 

Pooley bridge. 201. ( H 81084, July 23, 
1906. ) 1664 

Rockbound coast. 132. (H 81083, July 
23, 1906.) 1665 

Still waters. 7082. (H 81087, July 23, 
1906.) 1666 

Stranded. 7525. (H 81085, July 23, 
1906.) 1667 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Underbill (Irving), Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Albright art gallery, east front, Buffalo, 
N. Y. (H 80247, July 7, 1906. ) 1668 

Albright art gallery, west front, Buffalo, 
N. Y. (H 80248, July 7, 1906.) 1669 

Buffalo historical society building. (H 
80245, July 7, 1906.) 1670 



Underhill (Irving), Jersev 
Citv, N. J. 
Nelson W. Bloueher monument. Forest 
Lawn cemetery, Buffalo, N. Y. (H 
80246, July 7, 1906.) 1671 

New York water front. D. 360. D. 361. 
(H 78919-78920, June 5, 1906.) 1678 

Red Jacket monument, Foret^t Lawn 
cemetery, Buffalo, N. Y. (H 80244, 
July 7, 1906. ) 1678 

United States Express co. building. E. 
298. (H 79505, June 18, 1906.) 1674 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Watennan (C. E.), Sea Girt, 
N.J. 
Fifth regiment N. G. N. J. (H 81422, 
July 30, 1906. ) 1675 

Headquarters camp Stokes, Sea Girt, N. J. 
(H 81423, July 30, 1906.) 1676 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Weitlich (Richard), Sturgeon 
Bay, Wis. 
Sturgeon Bay and Sawyer seen from 
school house. ( H 81245, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1677 

Woodbridge (William), Ak- 
ron, Ohio. 
Brown (Jason ) ( H 81310, July 25, 1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 1678 

Young, Lord & Rhodes 

(limited), Sault Ste. 

T^Iane Alich 

Shooting *'Soo" rapids. *(H 81047, July 

20, 1906; 2 c. June 30, 1906.) 1679 

Young studio, Oberlin, Kane. 
Oberlin, Kansas, high school. (H 81542, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 1680 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 10,968 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and mcMlelii or (IcMtgns liiKMided to be iH^rfccled as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with nubalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title Is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
UUe, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Elisa H. Badger, New York, N. Y. Class I, XXc, 
no. 18898, July 25, 1906; 1 photograph received July 25, 1906." 



Badger ( Elisa H . ) , New York, 
X. Y. 
Fountain (A) for animals. A fluted col- 
umn 3 feet 6 inc. in height surmounted 
bv a sundial. (I 18893, July 25, 1906; 
1 photo. July 25, 1906. ) 1681 

Bell (T. Currie), Edinburgh, 
Scotland. 
Dora. Painting of head and bust of young 
woman showing full face. Has dark 
eyes and dark brown flowing hair. 
Light blue drapery around shoulders. 
(I 18854, July 28, 1906; 1 photo. July 
28, 1906.) 1682 

Bong & CO., Berlin, Ger- 
many. 
Triumph der Arbeit. An allegory repre- 
senting the working humanity, on the 
top we see four picture arabesques, A 
Centaur, Adam & Eve, Siegfried, & 
Loge. (1 18242, June 8, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 1 8, 1906. ) 1688 

Button (Albert Prentice), 
Cambridge, Mass. 
Night before Christmas. Seven children 
in nightgowns, each carrying a black 
stocking and a lighted candle. Black 
and white cat heads the procession. 
(1 18857, July 28, 1906; 1 photo. July 
28, 1906. ) 1684 

Church (Frederick Stuart), 
New York, N. Y. 
Black leopards. Young girl with black 
hair standing with three black leop- 
ards. (I 18668, July 19, 1906.) 1686 

Idyl. Young girl in shepherdess cos- 
tume seated on bank. Staff in hand 
decorated with flowers. Cupid on an 
apple tree sketching her. Lamb by 
her side. Five sheep in background. 
(I 18669, July 19, 1906.) 1686 

Subjugator (The). Cupid in winter 
costume of yellow and red flannel with 
bow and quiver and snow shoes, in 
foreground. Eight polar bears and 
two birds looking on. ( 1 18666, July 19, 
1906.) 1687 



Church (Frwlerick Stuart), 

New York, N. Y. 

Tresi>a.s!<er (The). Shephenle**** in blue 

I and white pointing to a sign ** No tres- 

I pawing" to a cupid. The sheep, of 

which there are seven and two lambs, 

; looking on. (I 18<i67, July 19, 1906.) 

1688 
1 photo, each July 27, 1906. 

Collier (P. F.), & son. New 

York. N. Y. 

I He lovcH me, he lovt^s nie not. Painting 

of voung girl picking the pi^tals from a 

daisv. ( I 1SS89, Julv 30, 1906; 1 photo. 

July 30, 1906. ) ' 1689 

Delarue (Ferdinand), Paris, 
France. 
Rafale ( La) . Figure of a man past mid- 
dle age in the act of running. The run- 
ner is crushing evervthing in his path. 
(I 18S52, July 28, 1906; 1 photo. July 
28, 1906. ) 1690 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Sheep at Santa Cruz. Roadway in the 
right center from which a shepherd is 
driving a flock of sheep into a thatched 
sheepcote. (I 18581, July 11, 1906; 1 
photo. July 11, 1906.) 1691 

Dewey (Alfred James), New 

York, N. Y. 

Firelight fancies. He. Young man in 

evening dress seated before grate. In 

the flames is seen the head of a young 

woman. (1 18861, July 28, 1906. ) 1692 

She. Young woman in red gown, 

low neck and short sleeves, standing 
before open fireplace. In the flame is 
seen the head and shoulders of a young 
man. ( I 18862, July 28, 1906. ) 1693 

1 photo, each July 28, 1906. 

Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, Cal. 
Basket baby, no. 292. Painting 6 by 6 J of 
Poma Indian baby tied in a baby basket, 
rolled in tan colored blanket with pink 
and vellow stripes. (I 18899, Aug. 1, 
1906.) 1694 

121 



122 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Hudson (Grace), Ukiah, Cal. 
Garland with onion. Canvas 290. Paint- 
ing 5 by 7 inches of Yokia Indian child 
standing in a patch of yellow grass. 
Dirty wnite shirt, onion in his hand; 
one finger in his mouth. (1 18901, Aug. 
1, 1906.) 1696 

Ma-yu mad-tha. Painting, 17 bv22 inches 
of Poma Indian girl, dressed in white 
shirt, drab skirt, yellow and red striped 
shawl, squatting feeding doves. (I 
18898, Aug. 1, 1906.) 1696 

Rosita. no. 291. Painting 5i by 8 inches 
of Yokia Indian girl standing near 
doorway holding a round three stick 
basket in her arms. (I 18900, Aug. 1, 
1906. ) 1697 

1 photo, each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Lamasure (E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
November twilight. Early autumn land- 
scape after sunset. In center a coun- 
try road. Rail fence at right. Two fir 
trees at side of fence. (I 18859, July 
28, 1906.) 1698 

Old stone mill. Country landscape, sum- 
mer, just after sunset. In left center is 
a stone mill with wheel. In right a 
large tree. Between mill and tree a 
board wall. (1 18858, July 28, 1906.) 

1699 
1 photo, each July 28, 1906. 

Lawrence & Jellicoe (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Going to market. Normandy no. 2. A 
girl wearing sabots driving six geese, a 
small dog running in front. (I 18864, 
July 30, 1906.) 1700 

Normandy no. 1. A man seated in 



a small cart drawn by two dogs, a goat 
being tethered behind it. (I 18863. 
July 30, 1906.) 1701 

Normandy no. 5. A man seated on 



the shafts of a country cart drawn by 
two grey horses in tandem. (1 18867, 
July 30, 1906. ) 1702 

Normandy no. 4. A man wearing 



sabots his hands in his pockets, leading 
a horse. (I 18866, July 30, 1906. ) 

1703 

Normandy, no. 6. A man wearing 



sabots wheeling a barrow laden with 
produce a small dog is pulling at the 
front. (118868, July 30, 1906.) 1704 

Normandy, no. 3. A small boy 



holding a large dog by a lead an old 
woman wearing sabots and white cap 
carrying baskets. (I 18865, July 30, 
1906.) 1705 



Lawrence & Jellicoe (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Going to market. Normandy, no. 7. An 
old lady in cap and apron seated hold- 
ing a paper, cat rubbing against lier 
chair. ( I 18869, J uly 30, 1906. ) 1 706 

1 photo, each July 30, 1906. 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, 
France. 
Femme en buste. Head and bust of a 
lady, face turned toward the right, 
shown three quarters, dressed in a low 
cut gown, and wearing a fur boa. (I 
18914, Aug. 2, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 2, 
1906.) 1707 

National art company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Mt. Vesuvius. Evening scene. Bay of 
Naples. Vesuvius in eruption in back- 
ground. In center foreground is row 
boat with three men. (I 18856, July 
28,1906.) 1708 

Sunset glow. Early winter landscape. 
In background, rays of setting sun 
behind a clump of bushes. On either 
side of a road which is in center, is a 
rail fence. (1 18855, July 28, 1906. ) 

1709 
1 photo, each July 28, 1906. 

Read ( Eliza Constance Rud- 
stone), London, England. 
Eclipse of the sun as seen in Cornwall. 
A ruined castle in the foreground re- 
flected in the water. (1 17508, Mar. 
24, 1906.) 1710 

Entente cordiale. A long line of ships 
at night. (1 17509, Mar. 24, 1906.) 

1711 

Majesty. Figure of majesty in the dis- 
tance is seen leaving a French warship. 
(I 17510, Mar. 24, 1906.) 1712 

1 photo, each July 20, 1906. 

Spielvogel (Emil), New 
York, N. Y. 
After sunset, Volendam. Three Dutch 
women walking together and laughing. 
Two men watching them. Small fish- 
ermen's houses in background. (I 
18876, July 30, 1906.) 1713 

Country road in Zeland. Trees on each 
side. Two Dutch women leading a 
child between them. Man with a 
wheelbarrow to the right. Dutch wom- 
an to the left back view. (I 18874, 
July 30, 1906.) 1714 

Early morning in Volendam. A man 
talking to a Dutch country girl, in her 
national costume to the left. Two men 
sitting on the shore. Over a dozen 
fishing boats. ( 1 18873, July 30, 1906. ) 

1716 



PHOTOOBAPH8 123 



Spiel vogel (Emil), New Traxel & Maas, Cincinnati, 
York, N. Y. Ohio. 
River view in Haarlem. Dutch river and Chief Black Fiah, viewing Fort Washing- 
small bridge. Big windmill to the ton from Mount Adams. Ijuidsca^H) 
right; sailing vessel on the left. (I showing the valley of Cincinnati in 
18875, July 30, 1906. ) 1716 1800. An Indian with gun standing on 
1 photo, each July 30, 1906. ' bluff. ( 1 18891, July 30, 1906; 1 photo. 

^ / . T X « July20, 1906.) 1719 

Tower (A. J.) company, Bos- ' 

ton, Mass. 1 Witkowski (Karl), Vails- 

Midnight alarm. A ranch at midnight, ! huiy, N. J. 

showing a cowboy who has just come Friends. Boy in red sweater, green cap 
on horseback with a message. (1 ***<* knickerbockers seated on door 

18836, July 27, 1906. ) 1717 st^P* holding white rabbit, and feeding 
ry . \^^ . J , , I . I i^- (I 18860, July 28, 1906; 1 photo. 
Kopmg the mavenck. A western plam I July 28, 1906. ) 1780 

with two cowboys lassoing steers. (I ' 

18837, July 27, 1906. ) 17 18 

1 photo, each July 27, 1906. 

\ 

Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 8,888 

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LIBEAEY OF COXGRESS..^; // . .. 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 
518T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ko. 8 

August 23, 1906 



WASHINGTOIf 

GOVERSMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



SEP 27 1906 



D6E, 









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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titlesi. 

To sare space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, " Copyright by Art Importing co., ChicaKO. 111. Class F, XXc, 
no. 44423, Aug, 3. 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 4, 1906." 



Art importing company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Kroningen i Trondhjem. 23 Juni 1906. 
(F 44423, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 
1906.) 1721 

Beck publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
There's a sucker bom every minute. (F 
44380, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1722 

Bradley brothers, Lee, Mass. 
World's champion of 1906. ( Third form 
of cut. (F44413, Aug. 41906; 2c. Aug. 
4,1906.) 1723 

Buffalo fine arts academy, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Evening in May. ( F 44433, Aug. 6, 1906 ; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 1724 

Carpenter (Henry A.), Win- 
netka, 111. 
Christ church (Fox memorial), Win- 
netka, 111. (F 44195, July 30, 1906. ) 

1726 

Congregational church, Winnetka, 111. 
(F 44196, July 30, 1906.) 1726 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Davenport ( Frank W . ) , 
Providence, R. I. 
We two. (F 44285, July 28, 1906; 2 c. 
July 28, 1906. ) 1727 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Rsh^Pot Hot Springs, Yellowstone park. 
5113. (F 44414, Aug. 4, 1906.) 1728 

Minneapolis, Minn, from across river. 
6524. (F 44415, Aug. 4, 1906.) 1729 

Morris geyser basin, Yellowstone park. 

7239. (F 44416, Aug. 4, 1906. ) 1780 
10,000 (A) ton ship discharging cargo at 

Duluth, Minn. 9862. (F 44417, Aug. 

4,1906.) 1731 

2 c. each Aug. 4, 1906. 



Eldred (Lemuel D.), Fair- 
haven Alass 
Docks of New Bedford. (F 44129, July 
25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, U)06.) 1782 

Fisher, (James Ed wood), 
Newcastle, Ind. 
Cabbv and Laun who knows? ( F 44185, 
July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906.) 1788 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, (ia. 
Courtship (The) of Brer Bear and Miss 
Coon. Aug. 5, 1906. ( F 44470, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 1784 

H el iker (Gertrude E. ), Lan- 
sing, Mich. 
Time's record. (F 44052, July 21, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 1, 1900.) 1785 

Hill (Benjamin F. ), Denver, 
Colo. 
Denver souvenir fan. (F 44086, Julv 2, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1786 

Humphrys (D. C), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
For governor Lewis Emerv jr. ( F 44424, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 1787 

Jansson (Augustus L. ) , West 
Souierville, Mass. 
Commuter (The). (F 44296, Aug, 1, 
1906). 1738 

Going to market. (F 44297, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

1739 
2 c. each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Ker (Mary Sigsbee), New 
York N. Y. 
Springtime (The) o'fVfe. ' no. 3255. (F 
44224, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 

1740 

Ketterlinus lithographic man- 
ufacturing company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Afternoon drive. (F44255, July 31, 1906. ) 

1741 

125 



126 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Ketterlinus lithographic man- 
ufacturing company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
American beauties. (F 44251, July 31, 
1906. ) 1742 

Auto girl. ( F 44243, July 31, 1906. ) 

1748 
Bronco buster. (F 44248, July 31, 1906. ) 

1744 
Call. (F 44250, July 31, 1906. ) 1746 

College days. (F 44254, July 31, 1906. ) 

1746 

College girl. (F 44253, July 31, 1906. ) 

1747 

Cowboy. (F44247, July 31, 1906.) 1748 

Delicious. (F 44246, July 31, 1906.) 

1749 
In days bye. (F 44245, July 31, 1906. ) 

1760 
In the park. (F 44244, July 31, 1906. ) 

1761 
Madeline. (F 44256, July 31, 1906.) 

1762 
Motor girl. ( F 44249, July 31, 1906. ) 

1763 

Off for the picnic. (F 44241, July 31, 

1906.) 1764 

Sabbath morn. ( F 44242, July 31, 1906. ) 

1766 

Winter sport. (F 44252, July 31, 1906.) 

1766 
2 c. each July 31, 1906. 

Kytka (Theodore), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Panorama of the western addition and the 
Mission, no. 5. (F 44257, July 31, 
1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 1767 

Mariner (George E.), La 
Crosse, Wis. 
La Crosse river at Beaver's bend. (F 
44320, Aug. 1, 1906.) 1768 

Mississippi riv^er near La Crosse, Wis. 
(F 44319, Aug. 1, 1906.) 1769 

Front falls, La Crosse river. (F 44318, 
Aug. 1, 1906.) 1760 

2 0. each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Pelham (Robert A.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Metropolitan A. M. E. church, Washing- 
ton D. C. (F 44389, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 1761 

Poole (Edmund D.), Somer- 
ville, Mass. 
Cross of Saint Nicholas. (F 44411, Aug. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 1762 

Ringer (Nathan), Chicago, 

111. 

Going A. Y. (F 44176, July 27, 1906.) 

1763 
Leaving. (F 44175, July 27, 1906.) 

1764 



Ringer (Nathan), Chicago, 
111. 
On my weigh. (F 44173, July 27, 1906. ] 

176^ 

Town (The) Milwaukee made famous 

(In dear old Chicago) (F 44174, Jul^ 

27,1906.) 1761 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Rockwell ( George L.), Okla- 
homa City, Okla. 
Texas giant. ( F 43487, Jul v 2, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. ) ' 1767 

Scribner's (Charles) sons, 
New York, N. Y. 
Affinities. (F 44432, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

1768 
Love (A) knot. (F 44429, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

1769 

Modern (A) Eve. (F 44426, Aug. 6, 

1906.) 1770 

Shifting (The) sands. (F 44425, Aug. 6, 
1906.) 1771 

Taking toll. (F 44427, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

1772 

Telltale lines. (F 44431, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

1773 

Unsatisfactorv (An) substitute. (F 
44430, Aug.' 6, 1906. ) 1774 

You will marry a dark man. (F 44428, 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 
2 c. each Aug. 4, 1906. 1776 

Sheahan (M. T.) Brookline, 
l^ass 
Be brief. (F 44338, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 1776 

Be cheerful. (F 44337, Aug. 3, 1906. 

1777 

Be courteous to all. (F 44373, Aug. 3, 
1906.) 1778 

Be tolerant. (F 44370, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1770 

Christ to the persecutors. (F 44358, Aug. 
3, 1906. ) 1780 

Come unto me. (F 44367, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1781| 

Conceit may estimate its value. ( F 44348, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 178a 

Do it now. (F 44334, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1788 

Do it well. (F 44336, Aug. 3, 1906.). 

1784r 

Do you love life? ( F 44364, Aug. 3, 1906. ) ^ 

1785 

Ever in the strife. (F44355, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1786; 

For what.shall it profit a man. (F 44351,. 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 1787 

Get busv with your business. (F 44354, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 1788 

Get right. (F 44353, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1789 



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127 



Sheahan (M.T.),Brookline, 
Mass. 
Give to the world the best you have. 
(F 44347, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1790 

God bless yon. (F 44335, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1791 

He is risen. ( F 44357, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1792 

Home, sweet home. (F 44343, Aug. 3, 
1906.) 1798 

flonestv is the best policy. (F 44345, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 1794 

lam the Resurrection. (F 44360, Aug. 
3, 1906. ) 1795 

I have troubles. ( F 44350, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1796 

I would not number. (F 44371, Aug. 3, 
1906.) 1797 

It has been said that I owe my success to 
genius. (F 44349, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1798 

Itpays to please. (F 44341, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1799 
Judge not (F 44356, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 1800 

Kind acts, not lost. (F 44346, Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 1801 

Let not Your heart be troubled. (F 441^1 , 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 1802 

Lord's (The) prayer. (F 44365, Aug. 3, 
1906.) 1808 

Man's (A) a man for a' that. (F 44369, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 1804 

My busy day. (F 44339, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1805 

Pride ( The ) of heraldry. ( F 44344, Aug. 

3, 1906. ) 1806 

Quiet (The) room. (F 44366, Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 1807 

Stick to it. (F44342, Aug.3, 1906.) 1808 

Suffer the little children. ( F 44359, Aug. 
3, 1906. ) 1809 

To err is human. ( F 44352, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1810 
To-day. (F 44363, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1811 

Value (The) of a friend. (F 44372, Aug. 
3,1906.) 1812 

Weak is the judgment. (F 44374, Aug. 
3,1906.) 1818 

What's in the worid for me? (F 44362, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 1814 

When in doubt. ( F 44368, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1815 

Work and win. (F 44340, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

1816 
2 c. each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Stevenson (May Elizabeth), 
Seattle, Wash. 
Altar in the wilderness. (F 44137, July 
26, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 1817 



8unl)onnet babies company, 
Chicago, in. 
All wrapped in furs. (F 44267, July 31, 
1906.) '1818 

Bob's new suit. (F 44265. Julv 31, 1906. ) 

1819 

Clothe hands and feet. (F 44269, July 

31, 1906.) 1820 

Easter habit. (F 44283, July 31, 1906. ) 

1881 

Making valentines. (F 44275, July 31, 

1906. ) 1888 

May queen. (F 44279, July 31, 1906. ) 

1888 

New table cloth. (F 44271, Julv 31, 1906. ) 

1884 

On George's birthdav. (F 44276, July 
31, 1906. ' 1885 

Plaving the fool. (F 44282, July 31, 
1906.) 1886 

Running races. ( F 44280, July 31, 1906. ) 

1887 
Skating party. (F 44274, July 31, 1906. ) 

1888 

Spring coats for all. (F 44278, July 31, 

1906.) 1889 

Sweeping out. ( F 44270, Julv 31, 1906. ) 

1880 

Their resolutions. (F 44272, July 31, 

1906.) 1881 

Three cheers for brother Bob. ( F 44268, 
July 31, 1906.) 1888 

Trying on the corset. ( F 44266, Julv 31 , 
1906.) 1883 

Union suite. (F 44273, July 31, 1906. ) 

1834 

Wash goods. (F 44281, July 31, 1906.) 

1835 

Wet weather. (F 44284, July 31, 1906. ) 

1886 
2 c. each July 31, 1906. 

Ullman manufacturing com- 
panv, New York, N. Y. 
Best wishes.' (F 44315, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

1837 
Child on globe. (F 44309, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

1838 
Congratulations. (F 44310, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

1839 

Happv New Year. (F 44311, Aug. 1, 

1906. ) 1840 

Happv New Year. (Pansies) (F44313, 
Aug. 1, 1906.) 1841 

Health to the New Year. (F 44314, 
Aug. 1,1906.) 1848 

Ideal head. For if she will, she will. 
(F 44305, Aug. 1, 1906.) 1843 

Maid in horseshoe. (F 44308, Aug. 1, 
1906. ) 1844 

Merrv Christmas. (F 44312, Aug. 1, 
1906.) 1845 



128 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Ullman manufacturing com- 

Eany, New York, N. Y. 
pack. (F 44306, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

1846 

Santa with wishbone. (F 44307, Aug. 1, 

1906. ) 1847 

Wishing vou a merry Christmas. (F 
44316, Aug. 1, 1906.) 1848 

2 c. each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Voss (Franklin Brooks) , Far 
Rockaway, N. Y. 
Polo at Oedarhurst. (F 44434, Aug. 4, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 1849 

Williams (C. M.), Sylvan 
Beach, N. Y. 
Mouth of Wood river where Barge ca- 
nal will enter Oneida lake. Sylvan 
Beach, N. Y. (F 44381, Aug. 3, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 1850 

Witte (G. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Don't kick. (F 44452, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

1851 

Every dog has his day. (F 44443, Aug. 

6, 1906.) 1852 

Friend wife view here is great Hiram. 
(F 44453, Aug. 6, 1906.) 1853 

I find things pretty dull. ( F 44447, Aug. 
6, 1906. ) 1854 

I will cook your goose. (F 44441, Aug. 
6, 1906.) 1855 

If you haven't croaked please write. (F 
44444, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 1856 



Witte (G. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Meant to write before. (F 44446, Aug. 
6, 1906. ) 1867 

On the watch for a dollar. (F 44449, 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 1868 

Sorry to have missed you. (F 44440, 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 1869 

Such an attractive figure. ( F 44454, Aug. 
6, 1906.) 1860 

Take back your heart. (F 44455, Aug. 6, 
1906.) 1861 

Time to wake up. { F 44442, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

1862 

Tired of waiting. (F 44451, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

1863 

What is your game. (F 44448, Aug. 6, 
1906. ) 1864 

Would like to get farther away. ( F 44450, 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 1866 

You give me a pain. (F 44445, Aug. 6, 
1906.) 1866 

2 c. each July 11, 1906. 

Wood (OtisF.), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Sambo and his funny noises. Aug. 5, 
1906. ( F 44469, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. ) 1867 

Wright (E. H.), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Girl's head, blonde. (F 44225, July 20, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 1868 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 6,288 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors vr\th subalphabet of titles. 

To saye space the oopyriffht notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flr»t 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Aekermann-Qulgley lltho. co., Kansas City, 
Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 18804, July 30. 1906; 2 copies received July 30, 1906." 



Ackermann-Quigley litho. 
CO., Kansas City, Mo. 
Death scene, no. 1080. 1 sheet, ((i 
13804, July 30, 1906.) 1869 

Man threatening child. 8 sheet, no. 
1035. (G 13867, Aug. 6, 1906.) 1870 

Tramp with bottle in his hand. no. 1079. 

1 sheet. (G 13805, July 30, 1906. ) 

1871 
2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. • 
Don't go little girlie. (G 13758, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. ) 1872 

Giraffe family. (G 13689, July 21, 1906; 

2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1873 

Ringling bros.' excursions. (G 13690, 
July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1874 

Two roses (The). (G 13763, July 26, 
1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 1875 

Tworoses. 3 figures. (G13762, July 26, 
1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 1876 

Walsh (William) (G 13691, July 21, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 1877 

Yorke and Adams. (G 13757, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. ) 1878 

12 portraits The Alhambra stock co. 
(G 13759, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 
1906.) 1879 

Eddy, (Robert C), Milwau- 
kee, Wis. 
I blew in a whole lot around here. (G 

13765, July 27, 1906.) 1880 

I don't "knead'' the " dough. *' (G 

13766, July 27, 1906.) 1881 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Fowler & Kelly, Morris- 
ville, Pa. 
Bird's eye view of Orbisoma and Rock 
Hill, Pa. 1906 (G 13836, Aug. 3,1906; 
2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 1882 

Gray lithograph company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Mes. no. 1. (G 13817, Aug. 2, 1906.) 

1883 
Belles, no. 2. (G 13818, Aug. 2, 1906. ) 

1884 



Gray lithograph company, 
^ew York ^ jl 
Belles . nof 3. (G m\9, Aug. 2, 1906. ) 

1886 
2 c. each Aug. 2, 1906. 

Gray lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Soubrette. no. 1, 2 and 3. (G 13787- 
13789, July 30, 1906; 2 c. each July 30, 
1906.) 

1886 
Meek company, Coshocton, 
Ohio. 
Ruth. (G 13822, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
3, 1906.) 1887 

Schloss bros. & co., Balti- 
more, Md. 
Prince (The) Chap. (G 13816, July 31, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 1888 

United Statt^s lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Comedy stage scene, no. 9616. (G 13700, 

July 23, 1906. ) 1889 

Heme's oak. no. 9698. (G 13707, JuW 
23, 1906. ) 1890 

Hold up scene, no. 9712. (G 13698, 
July 23, 1906. ) 

1891 
2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

I have a feeling you are about to be 
kissed, no. 9654. (G 13798, July 30, 
1906.) 1892 

Is this love or mush? no. 9653. (G 
13802, July 30, 1906.) 1893 

Oh! why do all women love me. no. 
9655. (G 13797, July 30, 1906. ) 1894 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

One male and two female characters. 

no. 9702. (G 13702, July 23, 1906. ) 

189& 
''This man has been poisoned!" no. 

9714. (G 13699, July 23, 1906.) 1896 

" When the cat's away, the mice will 
play." no. 9732. (G 13701, July 23, 
1906.) 1897 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1,1906 1,822 



129 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 

ATTanjred alphabetically by proprletora with siibalphabel of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flr»t 
title, if printe<1 in fall, would read: '* Copyright by American muto*M'<ipt' and tnograph company. 
New York, N. Y. Class H. XXc, no. 79819, June 23. 1906; 2 copies received June 23, 1906." 



American mutoscope and bi- 

ograph company, New 

York, S. ^. 

Attack on Fort Boonesboro. (H 79819, 

June 23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 1808 

Looking for John Smith. (H 81472, July 
31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 1899 

Masqueraders. (H 80887, July 17, 1906; 
2 c. July 17, 1906. ) 1900 

Night of the party. (H 80447, Julv 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906.) 1901 

No wedding bells for him. (H 81473, 
July 31, 1906.) 1902 

Old swimming hole. (H 81471, July 31, 
1906.) 1003 

2 c. each July 31, 1906. 

Paymaster (The) (H 79818, June 23, 
1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906.) 1004 

Thaw- White tragedy. (H 80229, July 
5, 1906; 2 c. July 5, 1906.) 1006 

Trip to Berkeley, Cal. (H 79820, June 
23, 1906; 2 c. June 23, 1906. ) 1006 

Village cut up. (H 79739, June 19, 1906; 
2 c. June 19, 1906. ) 1007 

Bamekov & Petz, Perth 
Amboy, N. J. 

Seven Perth Amboy souvenir views in 
miniature. (H 80892, July 18, 1906.) 

1908 

Storm, June 23, *06. Great damage 
done. (H 80891, July 18, 1906. ) 1909 

2 c. each July 10, 1906. 
2 c. each July 18, 1906. 

Briggs (Ralph Ernest), 
Clifton Springs, N. Y. 
Miss Coquette. (H 81538, Aug. 2, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 1910 

Brock (Nace), Asheville, N. C. 
Creole lady. (H 81075, July 23, 1906.) ' 

1911 
Dreamer. (H 81078, July 23, 1906.) | 

1912 
Fairy tales. (H 81073, July 23, 1906. ) 

1913 
Listening to the fairies. (H 81072, July ; 
23,1906.) 1914. 



Brock (Nacv), Asheville, N. C. 
Moonshiner. (H 81077, Julv 23, 1906.) 

1016 

Sweet sixteen. ( H 81074, Julv 23. 1906. ) 

1010 

Virginia. ( H 81076, July 23, 1906. ) 1017 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Brown (H. W.), Tifton, Ga. 
At the Union depot. (H 81585, Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 1018 

Bo wen (The) block. (H 81587, Aug. 3, 
1906.) 1010 

Tifton (The) ice and power co. ( H 81584, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 1020 

Water-melon time down in (Georgia. ( 11 
81586, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1021 

2 c. each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Burton (James), New York, 
N. Y. 
King's (The) cup/ (H 81592, Aug. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 1022 

Calvert (K. C ), Michigan 
City, Ind. 
Peristyle, Michigan City, Indiana. (H 
81420, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 

1023 

Carroll (William), NewMit- 
ford, Conn. 
Twin calves, one three legged, one blind. 
(H 81341, Julv 27, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906.) * 1924 

Cokell [Cieo. W.), South 
Framingham, Mass. 
Waldorfs (The) ( H 81243, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1925 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Directlv above the Brooklyn bridge. (H 
81583, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1926 

East (The) river where it is spanned by 
the Brooklvn bridge. (H 81582, Aug. 
3,1906.) ' 1927 

General view of Staten Island from a bal- 
loon. (H 81578, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1928 

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132 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Collier (P. F.) & sou, New 
York, N. Y. 
Governor's Island, the U. S. military post 
in New York harbor. (H 81581,*^ Aug. 
3, 1906.) 1929 

Lower (The) end of Manhattan Island 
photographed from a height of about 
800 feet. (H 81579, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

1930 

Skyscrapers (The) from about a quarter 
of a mile above the East river. (H 
81580, Aug. 3, 1906.) 1981 

2 c. each July 25, 1906. 

Davey (Frank), San Jose, 
Cal. 
Full grown ostriches. ( H 81081, July 23, 
1906. ) 1982 

Young ostriches. (H 81080, July 23, 
1906. ) 1988 

2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Administration building and library, 
Tuskegee institute, Ala. 019457. (H 
81219, July 23, 1906.) 1984 

Alabama hall, Tuskegee institute, Ala. 

019458. (H 81220, July 23, 1906.) 

1985 

Alum spring and the Arlington, Hot 

Springs, Ark. 019468. ( H 81229, July 

23, 1906.) 1986 

Armv and Navy hospital, Hot Springs, 
Ark. 019469. (H 81230, July 23, 
1906.) '1987 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Avenue of live oak^, Audobon park. New 
Orleans, La. 019300. (H 81108, July 
23, 1906.) 1988 

Boulder Creek near Gato, Col. 019335. 
(H 81135, July 23, 1906.) 1989 

Bruin falls. North Cheyenne canyon, 
near Colorado Springs, Col. 019329. 
(H 81131, July 23, 1906.) 1940 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Carnegie library, Montgomery, Ala. 
019432. (H 81213, July 23, 1906.) 

1941 
Carnegie library, Tuskegee institute, Ala. 

019459. (H 81221, July 23, 1906. ) 

1942 

Carroll hotel, Yicksburg, Miss. 019400. 

(H 81183, July 23, 1906.) 1948 

Casting pig iron, Sloss City furnaces, 
Birmingham, Ala. 019424. (H 81205, 
July 23, 1906.) 1944 

Central avenue and .^ cademic bldg., Tus- 
kegee institute, Ala. 019460. (H 
81222, July 23, 1906. ) 1946 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Central avenue, south. Hot Springs, Ark. 
019467. (H81228, July 23, 1906.) 1946 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Charcoal boats in old basin, New Orleans, 
La. 019301. (H 81109, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1947 

City hall, Vicksburg, Miss. 019401. ( H 
81184, July 23, 1906.) 1948 

Coaling a river packet under wav on 
Mississippi river. 019392. (H 81178, 
July 23, 1906. ) 1949 

Collis P. Huntington memorial buildinj^, 
Tuskegee institute, Ala. 019462. (H 
81224, July 23, 1906.) 1960 

Commerce st., from Court square, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 019428. (H 81209, July 
23,1906.) 1961 

Confederate monument, Montgomery, 
Ala. 019433. (H81214, July 23, 1906.) 

1962 
2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Continental divide, Col. 0193:^6. (H 
81136, July 23, 1906. ) 1963 

Cotton steamer. New Orleans, La. 
019302. (H 81110, July 23, 1906.) 1964 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Court house, Gulfport, Miss. 019407. 
(H 81190, July 23, 1906.) 1966 

Court house, Montgomery, Ala. 019434. 
(H 81215, July 23, 1906. ) 1966 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Court square and Main st., Memphis, 
Tenn. 010996. (H 81534, Aug. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 1957 

Dexter avenue and the Capitol, Mont- 
gomery, Ala. 019429. (H 81210, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 1968 

Dock conveyors. New Orleans, La. 
019304. (H 81112, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 21, 1906.) 1969 

Dorothy hall (Girls* trades building) 
Tuskegee institute, Ala. 019461. (H 
81223, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 

1960 

Elks' place. New Orleans, La. 019305. 
(H 81113, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906.) 1961 

Entrance to National military cemetery, 
Vicksburg, Miss. 019402. (H 81185, 
July 23, 1906. ) 1962 

Entrance to U. S. Hot Springs reserva- 
tion, Hot Springs, Ark. 019471. (H 
81231, July 23, 1906.) 1963 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Finish of a handicap, Crescent City 
Jockey club. New Orleans, La. 019303. 
(H 81111, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1964 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



133 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
First national bank, Birmingham, Ala. 
019416. ( H 81198, Jul}' 23, 1906. ) 

1966 

Fleet at anchor, I. L. Y. A. regatta, Put- 
in-bay, O. , July 17, 1906. 022253. ( 1 1 
81240, July 23, 1906.) 1966 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

French market, New Orleans, La. 019306. 
(H 81114, July 23, 1906.) 1967 

Gateway to Bear Creek canyon. Col. 

019333. (H 81133, July 23, 1906. ) 

1968 
Gateway to South Boulder canyon, Col. 

019350. (H 81141, July 23, 1906. ) 

1969 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Government reservation, Bath house row. 
Hot Springs, Ark. 019472. (H 81 232, 
July 23, 1906. ) 1970 

Government walks. Hot Springs, Ark. 
019473. (H 81233, July 23, 1906. ) 

1971 
Great Southern hotel, Gulfport, Miss. 
019408. (H 81191, July 23, 1906.) 

1972 

Happy Hollow from Central avenue, Hot 

Springs, Ark. 019474. ( H 81234, Jul v 

23, 1906. ) 1973 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. ' 

Haunted house. New Orleans, La. 019307. 
(H 81115, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906. ) 1974 

Heart of Hot Springs, Ark. 015505. (H 
81143, July 23, 1906.) 1976 

Historic Capitol hill, Montgomery, Ala. 
01943L (H 81212, July 23, 1906.) 1976 

Hot Springs and Armv and Navv hos- 
pital. Hot Springs, Ark. 015504. (H 
81142, July 23, 1906.) 1977 

Hot spring no. 29, Hot Springs, Ark. 
019475. (H 81235, July 23, 1906.) 1978 

Hotel Hillman, Birmingham, Ala. 019417. 
(H 81199, July 23, 1906. ) 1979 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Hotel Koyal, New Orleans, La. 019308. 
(H 81116, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 
1906.) 1980 

Huntington hall, Tuskegee institute, Ala. 
019463. (H 81225, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 1981 

I. L. Y. A. Regatta, Put-in-Bav, Ohio, 
July 18th, 1906. (H 81435, July 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 1982 

In Bear Creek canyon near Colorado 
Springs, Col. 019334. (H 81134, Julv 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 1983 

Indian mound, National militarv ceme- 
tery, Vicksburg, Miss. 019403. (H 
81186, July 23, 1906. ) 1984 



Detroit i>ul)Iishing comiMiny, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Iron mine, Red mountain, Birmingham, 
Ala. 019418. (H81200, Julv 23. 190<).) 

1986 

Iron mine. Red mountain, Birmingham, 
Ala. 019419. (H 81201, Julv 23, 1906.) 

1986 
2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Italian headtiuarters, Madison Kt,, New 
Orleans, Im. 019309. ( H 81117, Julv 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 190().) 198*7 

Japanese ganlen and Cozv lake. Como 
park, St. Paul, Miun. ' 0194SS. (H 
81437, Julv 30, UK)6; 2 c. Julv :W, UK)6. ) 

1988 

Jefferson county court house and St. 
Paul's church, Birmingham, Ala. 
019420. ( H 81202, Julv 23, UH)6. ) 

1989 

Jefferson Davis residence, Montgomerv, 
Ala. 019435. (H 81216, Julv 23, 1906*.) 

1990 

Lawn, Great Southern hotel, (iulfport. 
Miss. 019409. ( li 81192, Julv 23, 1906. ) 

1991 
2 c. each Julv 23, I90(y. 

lA»e mcmument, New Orleans, I^. 019310. 
(H 81118, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. Julv 21, 
190().) '1992 

Lincoln gates, Tuskegee institute, Ala. 
019465. ( 11 81226, July 23, 1906. ) 

1993 

Loading lumber steamer, Gulfj)ort, Miss. 

019412. (li 81194, Julv 23, 1906.) 

1994 

Loading lumber steamer, Gulfport, Miss. 

019413. (H 81195, July 23, 1906. ) 

1995 

Margaret hosj)ital, Montgomerv, Ala. 

019437. ( H 81217, July 23, 1906. ) 

1996 

Mississippi river landing. 019393. (H 

81179, July 23, 1906.) 1997 

Mississippi river landing. 019395. (H 

81180, July 23, 1906.) 1998 

Mississippi river packet. 019397. (H 

81181, July 23, 1906.) 1999 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Mountain view from Bear Creek drive, 
Colorado. 019330. (H 81132, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 2000 

New Exchange hotel, Montgomerv, Ala. 

019438. (H 81218, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 2001 



134 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
North Cheyenne canyon, near Colorado 
Springs, Col. 019328. (H 81130, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 2002 

Oak Lawn Jockey club, Hot Springs, Ark. 
019477. (H 81236, July 23, 1906.) 

2008 

Officers' circle. National military ceme- 
tery, Vicksburg, Miss. 019404. (H 
81187, July 23, 1906.) 2004 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Old French courtyard. Royal st.. New 
Orleans, La. 019311. (H 81119, July 
23, 1906.) 2005 

Old plantation villa. Annunciation st. 
New Orleans, La. 019312. (H 81120, 
July 23, 1906. ) 2006 

Old plantation villa, St. Charles st.. New 
Orleans, La. 019313. (H 81121, July 
23, 1906. ) 2007 

Old slave block in St. Louis hotel. New 
Orleans, La. 019314. (H 81122, July 
23,1906.) 2008 

Oyster luggers. New Orleans, La. 019315. 
(H 81123, July 23, 1906. ) 2009 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Park hotel. Hot Springs, Ark. 019479. 
(H 81237, July 23, 1906.) 2010 

Perrv avenue, Montgomery, Ala. 019430. 
(H 81211, July 23, 1906.) 2011 

Post office, Birmingham, Ala. 019421. 
(H 81203, July 23, 1906.) 2012 

Post office. Hot Springs, Ark. 019480. 
(H 81238, July 23, 1906. ) 2018 

Residence of Booker T. Washington, 
Tuskegee institute, Ala. 019466. (H 
81227, July 23, 1906.) 2014 

Roadway through the pines, Hot Springs, 
Ark. 019481. (H 81239, July 23, 
1906. ) 2015 

Rostrum, National military cemetery, 
Vicksburg, Miss. 019405. (H 81188, 
July 23, 1906.) 2016 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

St. Simeon's select school. New Orleans, 
La. 019316. (H 81124, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 21, 1906.) 2017 

Second avenue, looking east, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 019414. (H 81196, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2018 

Sentinel rock and Tunnel no. 6 on Mof- 
fatt road. Col. 019345. (H 81137, 
July 23, 1906.) 2019 

Shell road toll gate. New Orleans, La. 
019317. (H 81125, July 23, 1906.) 2020 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Sloss City furnaces, Birmingham, Ala. 
019422. (H 81204, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) * 2021 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
South Boulder Creek canyon above Mof- 
fatt Lakes station. Col. 019348. (H 
81139, July 23, 1906.) 2022 

South Boulder canyon, Colorado. 019349. 
(H 81140, July 23, 1906.) 2023 

South Boulder Creek near Moramonte, 
Col. 019347. (H 81138, July 23, 
1906. ) 2024 

2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

South Highland cottages, Birmingham, 
Ala. 019425. (H 81206, July 23, 
1906.) 2025 

Southern and Athletic clubs, Birming- 
ham, Ala. 019426. (H 81207, July 
23, 1906.) 2026 

Southern street fair, Vicksburg, Miss. 
019406. (H 81189, July 23, 1906.) 

2027 

Start of the 21 footers, I. L. Y. A. regatta, 
Put-in-bav, O., July 18, 1906. 022254. 
(H 81241," July 23, 1906.) 2028 

Steamer loading resin, Gulfport, Miss. 
019411. (H 81193, July 23, 1906.) 

2029 

Title guarantee land and trust bldg., Bir- 
mingham, Ala. 019427. (H 81208, 
July 23, 1906. ) 2080 

Twentieth st. , Birmingham, Ala. 019415. 
(H 81197, July 23, 1906.) 2031 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Union station park, New Orleans, L.a. 

019318. (H 81126, July 23, 1906.) 

2032 

Unloading bananas. Mobile, Ala. 019327. 

( H 81 129, July 23, 1906. ) 2033 

View in City park, New Orleans, La. 

019319. (H 81127, July 23, 1906.) 

2084 

Visiting the torpedo boats. New Orleans, 

La. 019320. ( H 81128, July 23, 1906. ) 

2035 
2 c. each July 21, 1906. 

Washington st., Vicksburg, Miss. 019399. 
(H 81182, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906.) 2036 

Water (The) front. Mobile, Ala. 015502. 
(H 81535, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 
1906. ) 2037 

Yacht Enright. 022269. (H 81434, July 
30, 1906. ) 2038 

Yacht Otsiketa. 022274. (H 81436, July 
30, 1906. ) 2039 

Yacht Sprav. 022277. (H 81433, July 
30, 1.906.)' 2040 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Dexter (George G. ), Ips- 
wich, Mass. 
Skull (The) (H 80194, June 23, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 2041 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



135 



Eickemeyer (Rudolf), Yon- 

kers, N. Y. 

All still all silent save the sobbing rush 

of rippling waves that lapsed in silver 

hush upon the beach. (H 81519, Aug. 

1,1906.) 2042 

Back from the beach. (H 81524, Aug. 1, 
1906. ) 2048 

Blackbird's (The) nest. (H 81531, Aug. 
1, 1906. ) 2044 

Coming (The) race. (H 81528, Aug. l> 
1906. ) 2045 

Gray (A) day on the moor. (H 81521, 
Aug. 1,1906.) 2046 

Industry. (H 81530, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2047 

Sea (The) that bears her bosom to the 
moon. ( H 81526, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 2048 

See how beneath the moonbeam's smile 
yon little billow heaves its breast. ( H 
81527, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2049 

Sunset on the dunes. (H 81523, Aug. 1, 
1906. ) 2050 

Take our pictures. Mister. (H 81533, 
Aug. 1,1906.) 2051 

Tired ( The) ocean crawls along the beach, 
sobbing a wordless sorrow to the moon. 
(H 81518, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2052 

Tree (The) on the marsh. (H 81532, 
Aug. 1, 1906.) 2058 

2 c. each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Unpastured ( The ) sea hungering for calm. 
Shelley. H 81656, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 2054 

Way (The) through the wood. ( H 81525, 
Aug. 1, 1906.) 2055 

Way (The) to the sea. (H 81520, Aug. 
1, 1906.) 2056 

Well sir! (H 81529, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2057 

Woodland (The) pasture. (H 81522, 
Aug. 1, 1906. 2058 

2 c. each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Ensign ( William H. ) & Ride- 
out (Eugene P.), Oak- 
land, Cal. 
New (The) dawn. (H 81641, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 2059 

Feldman (Fred J.) El Paso, 
Tex. 
Union depot, El Paao, Texas. (H 81635, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2060 

Fuller (Harvey Russell), 
Kirksville, Mo. 
Funnel method. (H 76753, Mar. 22, 
1906; 1 c. Mar. 22, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1906.) 2061 

Gillen (Robert F.), New 

York, N. Y. 

Prince Plenty? ( h'81446,' July 31 , 1906. ) 

2062 



(Tillen (Rol)ert F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Prince Plentv will reach Conov Inland, 
&c. (11 81445, July 31, 1906.*) 2068 

Two clowns dancing with girl. ( II 81444, 
July 31, 1906.) 2064 

2 c. t»ach July 31, 1906. 

Greene (A. S.), Port Jeffer- 
son, N. Y. 
IxKlge, Belle Tene. 320. (H 81544, Aug. 
2, 1906. ) 2065 

Mill at Stony Brook, L. I. 347. (H 

81546, Aug. 2, 1906.) 2066 

Pergola, Belle Tene. 348. (H 81545, 
Aug. 2, 1906. ) 2067 

View at 8tony Brook. L. I. 349. (H 

81547, Aug. 2, 1906.) 2068 

2 c. each Aug. 2, 1906. 

Hadley (Charles D.), Pu- 
laski, N. Y. 
Siberian crab apple tree in blossom. ( H 
81537, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

2060 
HarriH (W. J.) , Pittston, Pa. 
After marriage. ( H 81461, July 31, 1906. ) 

2070 

At last we have a man. (H 81468, July 

31, 1906.) 2071 

Choice morsel. ( H 81469, July 31, 1906. ) 

2072 

Hello girls. (H 81467, July 31, 1906.) 

2078 

I am having a lovely time. (H 81466, 
July 31, 1906.) 2074 

In lovers lane. ( H 81460, July 31 , 1906. ) 

2075 

Let's get married. (H 81462, July 31, 

1906. ) 2076 

Lovers lane. (H 81465, July 31, 1906.) 

2077 

Taking the time. (H 81464, July 31, 

1906. ) 2078 

We are here for the season. (H 81470, 
July 31, 1906.) 2079 

We are looking for a man. (H 81463, 
July 31, 1906. ) 2080 

2 c. each Julv 31, 1906. 

Hart (Amy C. ), Norfolk, Va. 
On guard. (H 81643, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 2081 

Hindmarsh (Roy B.), Lin- 
coln, Nebr. 
General view of W. J. Bryan's home and 
grounds; no. 137. (H 81564, Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 2082 

Residence of W. J. Bryan; no. 140. (H 
81566, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2083 

View of Fairview station; no. 138 (H 
81565, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2084 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 



136 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Homes (William), Choco- 
rua, N. H. 
Bertram house doorway, Salem, Mass. 
(H 81568, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2085 

Doorway — Benedict house, Portsmouth, 
N. H. ( H 81577, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2086 

Doorway — Cadet armory, Salem, Mass. 
(H 81575, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2087 

Doorway Salem club, Salem, Mass. (H 
81574, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2088 

Essex institute, Salem, Mass. (H 81567, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2089 

Mayor Marvin doorway, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 81572, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2090 

Nichols house doorway, Salem, Mass. 
(H 81569, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2091 

Public library, Portsmouth, N. H. (H 
81576, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2092 

Public library, Salem, Mass. (H 81570, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2093 

Wendell house doorway, Portsmouth, 
N. H. (H 81571, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2094 

White doorway, Salem, Mass. ( H 81573, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 2095 

2 c. each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Houston (E. T. ) photo, co., 
Waterbury, Vt. 
Boiling the sap for maple sugar. 507. 
(H 81488, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2096 

Brook swollen by melting snow. 511. 
(H 81490, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2097 

Consider the lilies. 512. ( H 81 497, Aug. 
1, 1906.) 2098 

Isn't this fun. 502. (H 81483, Aug. 1, 
1906.) 2099 

Latest (The) thing out. 538. (H 81491, 
Aug. 1,1906.) 2100 

Looking up the Winooski, Waterbury, 
Vt. 561. (H 81495, Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2101 

Old Mt. Mansfield from Stowe, Vt. 560. 
(H 81494, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2102 

Pigback. 503. (H 81484, Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2103 

Pneumatic (A) stone surface cutter at 
work. 574. (H 81496, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

2104 

Snowballing. 501. (H 81482, Aug. 1, 
1906.) 2105 

Spillway and Foot bridge, lake Mans- 
field. 544. (H81492, Aug. 1,1906.) 

2106 

Springtime. 510. (H81489, Aug. 1,1906.) 

2107 

Story of the corn ; ploughing old corn land. 
545a. (H 81493, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2108 

Tapping the maple tree. 505. ( H 81486, 
Aug. 1,1906.) 2109 



Houston (E. T. ) photo, co., 

Waterbury, Vt. 

Unloading the sap gathered from maple 

tree. 506. (H 81487, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

2110 

Vermont (A) village in winter. 500. ( H 
81481, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2111 

Wood's (A) fairy. 504. (H 81485, Aug. 
1,1906.) 2112 

2 c. each Aug. 1, 1906. 

Ironmonger (Chas.), Ava- 
lon, Cal. 
A valon looking south. (H 81644, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2118 

Jamestown official photograph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Along the Canoe trail, Jamestown expo- 
sition. 406. (H 81686, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

2114 

Along the Canoe trail, Jamestown expo- 
sition. 407. (H 81687, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

2115 

Arts and Crafts village, Jamestown expo- 
sition. 400 and 401. (H 81681, Aug. 
6, 1906.) 2116 

Gardens near Model school, Jamestown 
exposition. 396. (H 81679, Aug. 6, 
1906.) 2117 

Lane along Canoe trail, Jamestown expo- 
sition. 411. (H 81691, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

2118 

Lover's lane, Jamestown exposition. 404. 
(H 81684, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2119 

Lover' s lane, Jamestown exposition. 405. 
(H 81685, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2120 

Lover's lane, Jamestown exposition. 408. 
(H 81688, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2121 

Lover's lane, Jamestown exposition. 410. 
(H 81690, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2122 

Path along Canoe trail, Jamestown expo- 
sition. 399. (H 81680, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

2128 

Pine grove, Jamestown exposition. 387. 
(H 81678, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2124 

Rear of Iron building, Jamestown expo- 
sition. 386. (H 81677, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

2125 

Woodland path, Jamestown exposition. 
385. (H 81676, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2126 

Woodland path, Jamestown exposition. 

402. (H 81682, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2127 

Woodland path, Jamestown exposition. 
409. (H 81689, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2128 

Woodland view, Jamestown exposition. 

403. (H 81683, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2129 

2 c. each Aug. 6, 1906. 

Kernohan & Stephens, Nam- 
pa, Idaho. 
Famous (The) Nampa dozen. (H 81421, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2130 



PHOTOtlRAPHd 



187 



Keystone view company, 

Mead vi lie, Pa. 

Calle Real, principal street of walled city, 

Manila from top of Parian gate, Island 

of Luzon, P. I. 10058. ( H 78842, 

June 4, liK)6.) 2181 

Characteristic (A) plowing; scene, interior 
of Luzon, P. 1. 10072. (li 7SS56, 
June 4, 1906.) 2188 

Cocoanut ( A) farm, Island of Luzon, P. 1. 
10076. (H 78860, June 4, 1906.) 2188 

Cocoanut palms robbed of their majestic 
crowns by typhoon, town of I^egaspiand 
Mayon in distance, Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10055. (H 78839, June 4, 1906.) 2184 

Escalta (The), the business thoroughfare 
of Manila, Island of Luzon, P. L 100.57. 
(H 78841, June 4, 1906.) 2185 

Filipino children at plav, Island of Luzon, 
P. I. 10082. ( H 78866, June 4, 1906. ) 

2186 

Filipino farmers plowing rice fields near 
Manila, Island of Luzon, P. 1. lOO^U. 
(H 78848, June 4, 1906. ) 2187 

Five storied pagoda. Canton, China. 
12055. (H 78883, June 4, 190<).) 2188 

Flagship Diadem of the British Asiatic 
fleet, oneof the finest ships in the Britisli 
navy, Manila harlx)r, P. I. 10084. ( H 
78868, June 4, 1906. ) 2189 

Glimpse (A) into past ages, ancient Chinese 
junk, China sea. 12051. (H 78879, 
June 4, 1906.) 2140 

Grinding corn, a sugar mill scene in 
Luzon, P. I. 10077. (11 78861, June 
4, 1906.) 2141 

Hars'esting rice under palm leaf sun 
shades, a scene in Benguet, Island of 
Luzon, P. I. 10066. (H 78850, June 
4, 1906.) 2142 

Helping Mamma iron the clothes, a Fili- 
pino method. Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10062. (H 78846, June 4, 1906.) 2148 

Hong Kong from summit of the Peak 
showing city of Kowloon and the main- 
land, China. 12049. (H 78877, June 
4,1906.) 2144 

Hulling rice for breakfast. Island of 
Luzon, P. I. 10070. (H 78854, June 
4, 1906. ) 2146 

Husking cocoanuts, a familiar scene in the 
great cocoanut country near Pagsanjan, 
Island of Luzon, P. I. 10074. (H 
78858, June 4, 1906.) 2146 

Mayon and the cross draped in misty 
splendor. Island of Luzon, P. I. 10052. 
(H 78836, Ju^e 4, 1906.) 2147 

Mayon, the beautiful volcano of southern 
Luzon when evening shadows shroud 
its base and its summit glows in lovely 
sunset radiance, P. I. 10054. (H 78838, 
June 4, 1906.) 2148 



Keystone view comiMiny, 

Meadville, Pa. 

Mayon, the jM^erlesH cone of southern 

Luzon showing the old Snanish stone 

bridge of I^'gas])!, Island of Luzon, 

P. I. 1(K)53. (11 78S37, June 4, UKW. ) 

2149 
Memorial arch and memorial church of 
the Leland Stanford univernity, Palo 
Alto, Cal., after the earth(juake sho<'k 
of April 18, 190(i. 13293. (li 788:«, 
June 4, 191K). ) 21ft0 

Native kitchen, Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10081. (H 78S(>5, June 4, Um,) 2161 

Native ( A ) market scene, Island of Luzon, 
P. I. lOOtK). 1 H 78S44, June 4, 19(H). ) 

2162 

Negrito (A) chief and faniilv, P. I. 
10079. (H 7S863, June 4, 19(M».) 2168 

Negritos fishing for froirs, Island of Lu- 
zon, P. 1. UKHH). (II 78874, June 4, 
1906. ) 2164 

One way of going somewhere in the Phil- 
ippines if you are too lazy to walk, 
Mavon in background. Island of Luzon, 
P. i. l(KKi6. ( H 78840, June 4, UHX). ) 

2166 

QiUH'n's road, the busiest thoroughfare of 
Hong Kong, Cliina. 12052. (H 78880, 
June 4, WKWy. ) 2166 

Queer (A) method of stretching hides at 
a Filipino tannerv, Island of Luzon, 
P. 1. 10071. (II 78855, June 4, 1906. ) 

2167 

Renowned (The) prospect from the Peak, 
Hong Kong, Cliina, showing town ami 
harbor. 12050. (H 78878, June 4, 
1906.) 2168 

Rice (A) harvester laden with gleanings 
of his morning's toil, Island of Luzon, 
P. I. 100()9. ( H 78853, June 4, 1906. ) 

2169 

Rolling down the fields after planting 
with heavy wooden roller, Island of 
Luzon, P. *I. 10073. (H 7SS57, June 
4, 1906.) 2160 

Scene in Paete, shores of La(iuna de Bay 
in the vicinity of a severe engagement 
between the Ameri(*anr and insurgents, 
Islan<l of Luzon, P. I. (H 78845, June 
4,1906.) 2161 

Series A. 7196. (H 79226, June 11, 
1906.) 2162 

Series A. 7197. (H 79227, June 11, 
1906.) 2163 

Series A. 7198. (H 79228, June 11, 1906.) 

2164 
Series A. 7199. (H 79229, June 11, 1906.) 

2165 
Series A. 7200. (H 79230, June U, 1906. ) 

2168 
Series A. 7201. (H 79231, June 11, 1906.) 

2167 



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Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

H 79232, June 11, 1906.) 

2168 
H 79233, June 11, 1906.) 

2169 
H 79234 



Series A. 7202. 

Series A. 7203. 

Series A. 7204. 

Series A. 7205. 

Series A. 7206. 

Series A. 7207. 

Series A. 7208. 

Series A. 7209. 

Series A. 7210. 

Series A. 7211. 

Series A. 7212. 

Series A. 7213. 

Series A. 7214. 

Series A. 7215. 

Series A. 7216. 

Series A. 7217. 

Series A. 7218. 

Series A. 7219. 

Series A. 7220. 

Series A. 7221. 

Series A. 7222. 

Series A. 7223. 

Series A. 7224. 

Series A. 7225. 

Series A. 7226. 

Series A. 7227. 

Series A. 7228. 

Series A. 7229. 

Series A. 7230. 

Series A. 7231. 

Series A. 7232. 



H 79235 
H 79236 
H 79237 
H 79238 
H 79239 
H 79240 
H 79241 
H 79242 
H 79243 
H 79244 
H 79245 
H 79246 
H 79247 
H 79248 
H 79249 
H 79250 
H 79251 
H 79252 
H 79253 
H 79254 

H 79255 

H 79256 

H 79257 

H 79258 

H 79259 
H 79260 

H 79261 
H 79262 



June 11, 1906.) 

2170 
June 11, 1906.) 

2171 
June 11, 1906.) 

2172 
June 11, 1906.) 

2173 
June 11, 1906. ) 

2174 
June 11, 1906.) 

2175 
June 11, 1906. ) 

2176 
June 11, 1906.) 

2177 
June 11, 1906.) 

2178 
June 11, 1906.) 

2179 
June 11, 1906.) 

2180 
June 11, 1906.) 

2181 
June 11, 1906. ) 

2182 
June 11, 1906.) 

2183 
June 11, 1906. ) 

2184 
June 11, 1906.) 

2185 
June 11, 1906.) 

2186 
June 11, 1906.) 

2187 
June 11, 1906.) 

2188 
June 11, 1906.) 

2189 
June 11, 1906. ) 

2190 

June 11, 1906.) 
2191 

June 11, 1906.) 
2192 

June 11, 1906.) 
2193 

June 11, 1906.) 
2194 

June 11, 1906.) 

2195 

June 11, 1906.) 

2196 

June 11, 1906.) 
2197 

June 11, 1906.) 
2198 



Series A. 7233. 

Series A. 7234. 

Series A. 7235. 

Series A. 7236. 

Series A. 7237. 

Series A. 7238. 

Series A. 7239. 

Series A. 7240. 

Series A. 7241. 

Series A. 7242. 

Series A. 7243. 

Series A. 7244. 

Series A. 7245. 



(H 79263, June 11 

( H 79264, June 11 

(H 79265, June 11 
(H 79266, June 11 

(H 79267, June 11 

(H 79268, June 11 
(H 79269, June 11 
(H 79270, June 11 
(H 79271, June 11 
(H 79272, June 11 
(H 79273, June 11 
(H 79274, June 11 
(H 79275, June 11 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 

1906.) 
2199 

1906.) 
2200 

1906.) 
2201 

1906.) 

2202 

1906.) 
2208 

1906.) 
2204 

1906.) 
2206 

1906.) 
2206 

1906.) 
2207 

1906.) 
2208 

1906.) 
2209 

1906. ) 
2210 

1906.) 
2211 

Sheaves of newly harvested rice in a Fil- 
ipino farmyard, Pangasinan Province, 
Island of Luzon, P. 1. 10067. (H 
78851, June 4, 1906. ) 2212 

Some of the beautiful terrace homes, 
Hong Kong, China. 12053. (H 78881, 
June 4, 1906.) 221S 

Threshing out rice with carabao, Panga- 
sinan province. Island of Luzon, P. I. 
10068. ( H 78852, June 4, 1906. ) 2214 

Whole (A) raft of cocoanuts, scene on a 
tropic stream near Pagsanjan, Island 
of Luzon, P. L 10088. (H 78872, June 
4,1906.) 2216 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

Lawrence (C. E. ), Lawrence, 
I^ass. 
Brig. Gen. J. E. folles and staff, N. H. 
N. G. ( H 81382, July 28, 1906. ) 2216 

Gen. J. E. ToUes and staff. N. H. N. G. 
(H 81383, July 28, 1906.) 2217 

2 c. each July 28, 1906. 

Lawrence (Geo. E. ), Boston, 
Mass. 
Christian Science church, Boston, Mass. 
(H 81052, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 2218 

McClintock (Walter), Pitta- 
burg, Pa. 
Chief Mad Wolf. (H 81452, July 31, 
1906. ) 2219 

Evening reverie. ( H 81453, July 31, 1906. ) 

2220 



PHOTOGRAPHIC 



139 



McClintock (Walter), Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Herald from the Mad dog society. (H 
81454, July 31, 1906. ) 2221 

Mounted warriors singing Tribal songs. 

(H 81458, July 31, 1906. ) 2222 

Xatova listening to her lover's song. (H 

81456, July 31, 1906. ) 2223 

Trial of 8pee<l in the Blackfeet camp. 
(H 81455, July 31, 1906.) 2224 

When the lodges glow with evening fire- 
light. (H 81457, July 31, 1906.) 2225 

2 c. each July 31, 1906. 

Mackenzie (Colin), Aber- 
deen Wash 
Blind (A) squaw at work. (H 81601, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 2226 

Companions. (H 81597, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

2227 

Four generations. (H 81593, Aug. 3, 

1906. ) 2228 

Indian grave. (H 81595, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

2229 

Much wood. (H 81596, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

2280 

North (The) Beach trail. (H 81598, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 2281 

Old Chief Mason. (H 81600, Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 2282 

Old Dan. ( H 81599, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2288 

Past the century mark. (H 81594, Aug. 
3, 1906. ) 2284 

2 e. each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York X. Y. 
Shook (Col. A. M.)* ^(H 81424, July 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2285 

Markle (Simon Peter), La 
Cross, Wis. 
Almost as good as mother. (H 79816, 
June 23, 1906; 1 c. June 8, 1906; 1 c. 
July 25, 1906. ) 2286 

Moore (Jerome), Kansas 
City, Kans. 
Kansas. (H 81480, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 1, 1906.) 2287 

Peck (Orson W.), Traverse 
City, Mich. 
Marion Island, Traverse Bay. (H 81636, 
Aug. 4, 1906. ) 2288 

State bank building. (H 81637, Aug. 4, 
1906. ) 2289 

2 c. each Aug. 4, 1906. 

Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Ain Karim, the birthplace of John the 
Baptist, Palestine. 1213. (H 78806, 
June 4, 1906. ) 2240 

3595— PT 4, NO 8—06 2 



Smith (W. S. », Meatlville, 
Pa. 
Beautiful (The) Initanic garden Kosen, 
Dominica, W. 1. ti09. (H. 7S822, 
June 4, 19(K).) 2241 

Bethany, the home of Marv an<l Martha, 
Palestine. 1211. (H 7Vm)5, June 4, 
1906. ) 2242 

Cana of Galilee where our Saviour jier- 
formed His first miracle. Pa lest me. 
1215. { H 7S.sOvS, June 4, UHH). ) 2248 

City Hall, Newnj>aper row ami Brooklyn 
bridge from Hnmdwav, New York citv, 
N. Y. 1503. ( H 7S7(i6, June 4, 1906'. ) 

2244 

Corner of Market, Turk and Mas<m sts., 
San Franc i.'*co, after the earthiiuake, 
Cal. 1569. (H 7H691, June 4, U)06.) 

2215 

David street, Jerunalem, Paloj^line. 1201. 
(H 7ScS13, June 4, HKM).) 2246 

Fishermen on the sea of (Galilee, Pales- 
tine. 1214. (H 78807, June 4, 1906.) 

2247 

Flow on forever in thy glorious robe of 
terror and of beaufv, Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., U. S. A. 1507.' (H 78760, June 
4, 1906. ) 2248 

Fountain (The) of Bethel, Palestine. 
1223. (H 78800, June 4, 1906. ) 2249 

Fountain (The) of the Virgin, Nazareth, 
Palestine. 1225. (H 78802, June 4, 
1906. ) 2250 

Gateway to the great Dorbutsu Temple, 
Nara, Japan. 518. (H 78880, June 4, 
1906.) 2251 

Great (The) balanced rock, Garden of the 
Gods, Colo. 1530. (H 78744, June 4, 
1906.) 2252 

Great (The) earth gulf of Arizona from 
CNeill's Point, Grand Canyon of the 
Colorado, Arizona, V. S. A. 1566. 
( H 78757, June 4, 1906. ) 2258 

Great (The) ice bridge, Niagara Falls, 
N.Y.,U. S. A. 1511. (H 78697, June 
4, 1906.) 2264 

Greek priests entering the church of the 
Holy 8e]mlchre Easter morning, Jeru- 
salem, Palestine. 1203. (H 78814, 
June 4, 1906. ) 2255 

Har])or of Yokohama from Kanagawa 
Heights, Japan. 509. ( H 78827, June 
4, 1906. ) 2266 

Hermitage (The) bridge Dunkeld, Scot- 
land. 208. H 78741, June 4, 1906. ) 

2257 

Ice (The) monarch's work complete, 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. 1508. ( H 78764, 
June 4, 1906.) 2258 

In Knoll's famous garden Berlin, Ger- 
many. 1901. ( H 78728, June 4, 1906. ) 

2259 



140 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
In the garden of Gethsemane, Palestine. 
1207. ( H 78816, June 4, 1906. ) 2260 

In the market place, Hamburg, Ger- 
many. 1906. ( H 78727, June 4, 1906. ) 

2261 

In the sorting pens of a mountain sheep 
ranch, Montana. 1536. (H 78746, 
June 4, 1906.) 2262 

Lauterbrunnen (The) valley and Murren 
cable road, Switzerland. 2012. (H 
78733, June 4, 1906.) 2263 

Looking into the great gulf from Rowe's 
Point, Grand canyon of the Colorado, 
Arizona, U. S. A. 1565. (H 78758, 
June 4, 1906. ) 2264 

Looking up Broad wav and Fifth ave. 
from 23d st, New York, N. Y. 1501. 
(H 78693, June 4, 1906. ) 2266 

Military (A) parade, Berlin, Germany. 
1902. (H 78671, June 4, 1906.) 2266 

Motley (A) mass at the Sunday morning 
market, Managua, Nicaragua, C. A. 
604. (H 78820, June 4, 1906. ) 2267 

National (The) palace and street scene, 
Managua, Nicaragua, C. A. 611. (H 
78823, June 4, 1906. ) 2268 

Nazareth where Jesus spent the early 
years of his life, Palestine. 1210. (H 
78804, June 4, 1906. ) 2269 

Notre Dame, Paris, France. 1802. (H 
78795, June 4, 1906. ) 2270 

Peasant women we meet along the coun- 
try roads, Japan. 522. (H 78818, 
June 4, 1906.) 2271 

Picking tea in the tea field, Japan. 504. 
(H 78825, June 4, 1906. ) 2272 

Queer (The) little mountain climbing 
town of Ikao, Japan. 510. (H 78828, 
June 4, 1906.) 2273 

Rocky (A) mountain fortress of nature's 
fashioning, Grand Canyon of the Colo- 
rado, Arizona, U. S. A. 1568. (H 
78759, June 4, 1906. ) 2274 

Ruins of St. Pierre showing the complete 
and terrible work of Mt. Pelee, Island 
of Martinique, W. I. 600. (H 78819, 
June 4, 1906. ) 2276 

Rural (A) home, Island of Guadeloupe, 
W. I. 608. (H 78821, Tune 4, 1906.) 

2278 

Shoshone station canvon of the Grand, 
Colo. 1531. (H 78747, June 4, 1906. ) 

2277 

There's nothing great or bright, thou 
glorious Fall, thou may'st not to the 
fancy's sense recall, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
1506. (H 78765, June 4, 1906. ) 2278 

Thun and Lake of Thun, Switzerland. 
2004. (H 78713, June 4, 1906.) 2279 



Smith (VV. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Tokio's main street decorated in celebra- 
tion of the fall of Port Arthur, Japan. 
500. (H 78824, June 4, 1906. ) 2280 

Treading out the grain, threshing as in 
olden days, Greece. 2301. (H 78777, 
June 4, 1906. ) 2281 

Valley of Hinnon and building of the 
Field of Blood near Jerusalem, Pales- 
tine. 1224. (H 78801, June 4, 1906. ) 

2282 

Valley (The) of Jehoshaphat looking 
north from Jerusalem, Palestine. 1205. 
(H 78815, June 4, 1906.) 2283 

Vernal and Nevada Falls from Glacier 
Trail, Yosemite Valley, Cal. 1561. 
(H 78756, June 4, 1906.) 2284 

Wawona, the big tree of Mariposa grove, 
Cal. 1560. (H 78702, June 4, 1906.) 

2285 

Weaving bamboo baskets Yoshinara, 
Japan. 508. ( H 78826, June 4, 1906. ) 

2286 

White Mantle crystallized and cold, Ter- 
rapin bridge, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
U. S. A. 1510. (U 78763, June 4, 
1906. ) 2287 

Wrestling, the Japanese sport, Japan. 
^520. (H 78817, June 4, 1906.) 2288 

2 c. each Julv 9, 1906. 

Sweet brothers, Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 

Twin city series; D—G. ( H 81560-81563, 
Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 2289 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast, Me. 

Penobscot park, Searsport, Maine. (H 
81693, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2290 

Water street, Searsport, Maine. (H 
81692, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2291 

2 c. each Aug. 6, 1906. 

Underbill (Irving), Jersey 

City, N. J. 

National Park bank building, E. 302. 
(H 81051, July 23, 1906.) 2292 

Title guarantee & trust company build- 
ing, E. 303. (H 81050, July 23, 1906.) 

2293 
2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
Fast friends passing the gates of Sleepv 
land. 2. (H 81664, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

2294 
Fast friends passing the gates of Sleepy 
land. 3. (H 81665, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

2295 
Fast friends passing the gates of Sleepy 
land. 4. (H 81666, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

2296 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



141 



Underwood & Underwood 

New York, N. Y. 

Trials (The) of the day are over. 2. ( H 

81662, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2297 

Trials (The) of the dav are over. 3. ( EI 

81663, Aug. 6. 1906.) 2298 

2 c. each Aug. 6, 1906. 

Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New York, N. Y. 
Jail bird and how he liew. (H 79887, 
Jane 27, 1906; 2 c. June 27, 1906.) 

2299 
Secret service; or, The diamond smug- 
glers. (H 81479, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Antr. 1, 1906.) 2800 

Snap-shot fiend ; or, VVillie^s new camera. 
(H 80273, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 
1906.) 2801 

100 (The) to 1 shot; or, A run of luck. 
(H 81370, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. ) 2302 

Wallace (W. Archibald), 
Lewisburg, W. Va. 
Basement Colonade, old Sweet Springs, 
W. Va. (H 81432, Julv 30, 1906.) 

2303 

Cascades, old Sweet Springs drive. (H 

81427, July 30, 1906.) 2304 

Grand hotel, old Sweet Springs, W. Va. 
( H 81430, July 30, 1906. ) 2805 

Old trees and center house, old Sweet 
Springs, W. Va. (H 81425, Julv 30, 
1906.) *2806 

On the links, old Sweet Springs, W. Va. 
( H 81426, July 30, 1906. ) 2807 

Reservoir hill, old Sweet Springs, W. Va. 
(H 81428, July 30, 1906. ) 2308 

Spring (The) house, old Sweet Springs, 
VV. Va. (H 81429, July 30, 1906. ) 2309 

Sunshine and shadow, old Sweet Springs, 
W.Va. (H 81431, July 30, 1906.) 2310 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Wasson (C. L. ), Decatur, 
III. 
Call building in a maelstrom of flame. 
The great San Francisco fire completing 
the devastation of the famous Spreckels' 
structure, U. S. A. ( H 81079, Julv 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) *2311 

Waterman (C. E.), Sea Girt, 
N.J. 
Camp Stokes, Sea Girt, N. J., from water 
tower. (H 81053, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) 2312 

Fourth regiment, N. G. N. J. (H 81638, 
Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 2313 

Rifle range. Sea Girt, N. J., from water 
tower. (H81054, July 23, 1906.) 2314 

Second regiment, N. G. N. J., from water 
tower. ( H 81055, July 23, 1906.) 2315 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. ) 



Wendt ( Frtnierick W.) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Statue of Li»)ertv. (H 815:^6, Aug. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Aug.' 1, IVHH). ) 2816 

White (H. C. I company, 
North ReuT'ington, \t. 
Alpine like scfiiery of the H<K*kies, the 
Beehive and Mt. Lefrov, All)erta, Can- 
ada. 948S. (H 81069, Julv 23, 19(m; 
2 c. Julv 23, 1906.) * 2817 

Among the shadcnvs of the Japanese gar- 
den, Como park, St. Paul, l' . S. A. 922. 
(H 81649, Aug. 6, i\KHi.) 2318 

Autoiiiobiling in the hills of southern 
Vermont, V. S. A. 418. (H 81648, 
Aug. 6, 19(Hi. ) 2819 

2 c. e^ch Aug. 6, 19(.6. 

Big c4iptlve elephant in the Zoo, Lincoln 
park, Chicago, U.S. A. 6221. (H 81376, 
July 2S, m)6; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 2320 

Bonnet lilies and cablmge palms, Del^nd, 
Florida, V. S. A. h23. ( U 81060, July 
23, 190ti.) 2821 

Chance for a pair-duck hunting on 
Minnesota lakes. 6124. (1181063, July 
23, 190(i.) 2822 

Cvpres.M knees in a cv press swamj). St. 

'John's river, Florida, C. S. A. 824. 

(H 81061, July 23, 19(H;.) 2823 

Dearborn st., north from Van Buren, 
Chicago, U. S. A. 208. ( H 81058, Julv 
23, U)06. ) 23U 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Earlv sj>ring on the great upper slopes of 

Pike's Peak, Colorado, U. S. A. 1240:^. 

(H 81381, Julv 2.S, U)06; 2 c. Julv 28, 

, 1906.) ' 2325 

General view of Lewis <k Clark exposi- 
tion from Willamette Heights, Port- 
land, Oregon, U. S. A. 8613. (1181064, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2326 

Glacier station, C. O. rv., and great glacier 

of the Selkirks, K. C., Canada. 9521. 

I (H 81653, Aug. 6, 1906.) 2327 

; God (The) of war, an altar in a Manchu 
temple, Moukden, Manchuria. 8631. 
' (H 81651, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2328 

2 c. each Aug. 6, 1906. 

Government building and Guild's lake, 
Lewis & Clark exposition, Portland, 
Oregon, U. S. A. 8619. (II 81066, July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2329 

Government building, Bridge of Nations, 
and "Trail", Portland exposition, Ore- 
gon, U.S.A. 8608. (Fi 81377, July 
28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 2330 

House of twine manufacturer's building, 
Portland exposition, Oregon, U. S. A. 
8614. (H 81065, Julv 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) ' 2331 



142 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
King (The) and queen of England visit- 
ing the lava beds near Torre Annunzi- 
ata, Italy. 9646. (H 81654, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2832 

Lake, Como park, St. Paul, Minn., 
U.S.A. 931. (H 81062, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2383 

Lake Louise and the imposing Mt. Lefroy, 
Rocky mts.. Alberta, Canada. 9491. 
(H 81652, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 
1906.). , 2834 

Menace to climbers; snow bridge and 
overhanging crevasse in Asulkan Gla., 
Selkirks, B. C, Can. 9546. (H 81379, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 2336 

Old Pueblo Indian and Spanish adobe 
church, Isleta, New Mexico, U. S. A. 
12279. (H 81070, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906. ) 2386 

Ottajano after the showers of volcanic 
ashes from Vesuvius, Italy. 8736. (H 
81378, Jul V 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 

2887 

Oyama (Marchioness) and her daughter, 
drawing-room of the Oyama home, 
Tokio, Japan. 4014. (H 81650, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2888 



White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Returning to camp to thaw out; a winter 
day's duck hunt. 6127. (H 81375, 
July 28, 1906. ) 2339 

Showery day in picturesque Japan. 4046. 
( H 81374, July 28, 1906. ) 2840 

2 c. each July 28, 1906. 

Spanish moss on the live oaks, Blue 
Springs Run, Florida, U. S. A. 821. 
(H 81059, July 23, 1906.) 2341 

Where lava streams from Vesuvius nearly 
buried homes of peasants, Bosco Tre- 
case, Italy. 8741. (H 81067, July 23, 
1906. ) 2342 



(H 81057, 
2343 



Without stereoscopic effect. 
July 23, 1906. ) 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Wreathed in clouds; ethereal splendor of 
mighty Mt. Cheops, Selkirk mts., B. C, 
Canada. 9536. (H 81380, July 28, 
1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 2344 

Yale and the mighty Eraser river released 
from the can von, B. C, Canada. 9563. 
(H 81068, Jiily 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 2345 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 11,411 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

(Jnder this heading is given a list of the photographs depo^iited according to law with applications 
for copyrig-ht of paintings, drawings, statuarv, and mcMleli* or designs intende<l to he iH*r(ected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabeticahy by proprietors with nubalphabet ol titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, ** Copyright by Le Rnv Anderson, l*re»cott, Ariz. Claws I, XXc, 
no. 18942, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photograph received Aug. 6. 1906." 



Anderson (Le Roy), Prescott, 
Ariz. 
Soldier sittiDg in the forest at the foot and 
in the shadow of a mountain. The 
moan tain is an outline of the old Egyp- 
tian sphinx. (I 18942, Aug. 6, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2846 

Art importing company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Oval portrait-medallion in plastef-paris 
and white cement, 21 inches high and 
17 inches wide, of King Haakon VII of 
Norway. (I 18928, Aug. 3, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2847 

Doyle (Michael), Berkeley, 
Cal. 
Foster ( Stephen ) portrait bust. To show 
the design of a broken flute, his instru- 
ment to symbolize his simple mel(Mlies 
and his shattered career. (I 18943, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

2848 

Joachim (Benjamin), New- 
ark, N. J. 
King Carnival. A masked face, and a 
pair of opposed faces, worked into the 
general scheme, the two latter faces 
being apparent only on close inspection. 
(I 18986, Aug. 7, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 7, 
1906. ) 2849 

Lopez (Charles Albert) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Group of woman and boy for Philadel- 
phia McKinley monument. The figure 
of Columbia seated in a chair, partly 
clad in armor, the shield leaning on the 
left side. (I 18985, July 3, 1906; 1 
photo. July 3, 1906.) 2860 

McKinley statue of Philadelphia. Mc- 
Kinley in the attitude of delivering a 
speech. The head is slightly bent 
downward as if looking at his audience. 
(1 18984, July 3, 1906; 1 photo. July 3, 
1906.) 2851 

Holler (Ludwig), Liibeck, 
Germany. 
Am Seeufer. A landscape lakeshore with 
a forest, sea- weed ancia rowboat on the 
water. (1 18935, Aug. 4, 1906.) 2852 



Moller (Ludwig), Lu]>eck, 
Ciermany. 
Brunftmorgen. A wood landscape. In 
the front of a meadow we see a groan- 
ing stag and two watching hinds. (I 
18938, Aug. 4, 1906.) 2858 

Poesie der yagd. A woodlandscaiHJ, a 
hunter carrying some game on his back, 
his gun on his side and leaning on a 
stick. (I 18937, Aug. 4, 1906.) 2854 

Somnierrehe. A meadow with several 
treeM to the right. In front we see a 
roe and a doe. (I 18939, Aug. 4, 1906. ) 

2855 

Vierzehnender. A stag with 14 antlers 
in the front of a wood turning his head 
to the left. (I 18940, Aug. 4, 1906. ) 

2856 

Zwolfender. A big groaning stag l)earing 
12 antlers. High wcmkIh being in the 
background. (1 18936, Aug. 4, 1906.) 

2857 
1 photo, each Aug. 4, 1906. 

Ottmann (J.) lithograi>h com- 
})any, New York, N. Y. 
Jamestown exposition. Jamestown Fair 
is shown on the left side of picture, 
with the broad stretch of Hampton 
Roads in foreground. (I 1S982, July 
27, 1906; 1 photo. July 27, 1906. ) 2858 

Walz (Edward A.) & co., 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Roses. Bust picture of a young lady, 
delicate drapery, holding roses in right 
hand, small portion of left hand can be 
seen in lower corner of picture. (I 
18915, Aug. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 2859 

Wild (William), Buffalo, 

N. Y. 

Buffalo head. Side view of buffalo head 

in high relief on circular tablet. (I 

18944, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 

1906. ) 2860 



Vumber of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan.l, 1906 2,898 



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PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

Ho. 9 

August 30, 1906 



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ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS; CHROMOS AND 
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CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arraiifired alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title in abbreviated. Thus the notice after the tint 
title, if printed in full, would read, *' Copyright by A murican -journal -examiner, New York, N. Y. 
Class F, XXc, no. 43691, July 10. 1906; 2 copies received July 10, 1906." 



A merican-joumal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Md her name was Maud. July 8, 1906. 
(F 43691, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 
1906. ) 2361 

July 22, 1906. (F 44112, July 24, 

1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906.) 2882 

July 29, 1906. (F 44291, July 31, 

1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. ) 2863 

Arrival of the unexpected. (F 44495, 
Aug. 7, 1906: 2 c. Auj?. 7, 1906. ) 2364 

Braggo the monk. He buys a genuine 
Rembrandt. (F 44038, July 20, 1906; 
2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 2365 

He didn't think the wasps were at 

home. (F 44187, July 28, 1906; 2 c. 
July 28, 1906. ) 2366 

He does some long-distance brag- 
ging. (F 44147, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906. ) 2367 

He gives a lesson in the art of flying 

kites. (F 44039, July 20, 1906; 2 c. 
July 20, 1906. ) 2368 

He meets a rival, (F 44109, July 

24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 2869 

He said he was a great animal train- 
er. (F 44302, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
1, 1906. ) 2870 

He shows how easy it is to do house- 
work. (F 44489, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 7, 1906.) 2871 

He spends the day on the farm. ( F 

44037, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 

2872 

He tells 'em how to put up a stove- 
pipe. (F 44418, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
4,1906.) 2378 

- — He tells his wife how shopping 
should be done. ( F 44330, Aug. 2, 1906 ; 
2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 2374 

" — He used to be an expert. (F 43988, 
July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906.) 

2375 



Amerioan-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Braggo the monk. He would be a great 
pedtvtrian. (F 43747, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13,1906.) 2376 

It would have been a record drive. 

(F 43762, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906.) 2377 

of course, he isn't afraid of burglars. 



(F 44733, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 
1906. ) 2878 

would you really believe it. (F 

43624, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906.) 

2379 

Bugville bread line. (F 44554, Aug. 8, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 2380 

Crisis in Russia. ( F 43756, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2881 

Czar goes for a walk. ( F 44287, July 31, 
1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 2882 

Der Captain does business mit a chief. 
(F 44289, July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 
1906. ) 2388 

Der joke was on Hans and Fritz! (F 
43959, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906.) 

2384 

Dod gast! (F 44496, Aug, 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 7, 1906.) 2385 

Does it pay to be a cross-patch? (F 
44111, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 

2886 

Down and out aero club about to make a 
landing. (F 44149, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 26, 1906.) 2387 

Down and out club celebrates Tom Piatt's 
birthdav. ( F 43992, July 18, 1906; 2 c. 
July 18,' 1906.) . 2388 

goes yachting. (F 44042, July 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906.) 2389 

looks for a candidate. (F 44332, 

Aug. 2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 2390 

145 



146 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTR1E8 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Down and out club meets the Hot air 
club. (F 44587, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 10, 1906. ) 2391 

prepares for the Fourth. (F 43989, 

July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906.) 

2892 

shoots the chutes. ( F 44437, Aug. 

6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2893 

to the rescue. ( F 44420, Aug. 4, 

1906; 2 0. Aug. 4, 1906. ) 2894 

Eviction in Bugville. ( F 44031 , July 20, 
1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 2396 

Golf in the Peek-a-Boo waist. ( F 441 10, 
July 24, 1906; 2 c. Julv 24, 1906.) 

2396 

Hall room bovs. It was a splendid 
chance. (F 44035, July 20, 1906; 2 c. 
July 20, 1906. ) 2897 

Their beautiful drug store tan. (F 

43758, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 

2398 

Their motor boat refuses to mote. 



(F 43754, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. ) 2899 

— Their ** uncle" didn't seem to recog- 
nize them. (F 44033, July 20, 1906; 
2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 2400 

— They are exhibited to the rubber- 
neck tourists. (F 44300, Aug. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2401 



— They are ^oing to spend their vaca- 
tion on their father's estate in the 
Adirondacks. ( F 44588, Aug. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 2402 

— They didn't know the price of ice- 
cream soda had gone up. { F 44405, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2408 

— They discover a new way of econo- 
mizing. (F 44158, July 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 27, 1906.) 2404 

— They find that economy doesn't 
always pay. (F 44133, Julv 25, 1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) * 2406 

— They give their father a few points 
on citv fashion. (F 44734, Aug. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906.) 2406 

— They go to Rasbury park to spend 
the Fourth. (F 43987, July 18, 1906; 
2 c. July 18, 1906.) 2407 

— They make the acquaintance of a 
real live English lord. (F 44077, Julv 
21, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906.) 2408 

— They pose as artists, but their bluff 
is called. (F 44036, July 20, 1906; 2 c. 
July 20, 1906. ) 2409 

— They present Miss Serena with a 
beautiful necklace. (F 44436, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2410 



American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Hall room boys. They reallv did have 

an invitation to a fashionable wedding. 

(F 43751, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13,. 

1906. ) 2411 

They were great tennis experts. 

F 44034, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
1906.) 2412 

Happenings in Bugville. City bu^. 
Mercy me! I never saw such untidi- 
ness. (F 43761, July 13, 1906; 2 c. 
July 13, 1906.) 2418 

Happy Hooligan is on the job but it's a 
fierce one. (F 44116, July 24, 1906; 
2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 2414: 

Happy Hooligan Witte! (F 43990, July 
18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906.) 2415 

Hasn't Maud the nerve! ( F 43961, July 
17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906.) 2416 

He wants his rights. ( F 44736, Aug. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906.) 2417 

Hoch der kaiser! Willie is a granddad. 
(F 43763, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. ) 2418 

Hot air club. New society for the pre- 
vention of crueltv to the common peo- 
ple. (F 44560, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
9,1906.) 2419 

Humming class. (F 44304, Aug. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2420 

Ice robliery! with explanatory diagram. 
(F 43991, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 
1906.) 2421 

Jimmy — He gets a dollar for Papa! (F 
44113, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. 

2422 

He goes to school. (F 43693, July 

10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906. ) 2423 

He sails for Europe, almost. (F 

44292, July 21, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 

2424 

He takes a German lesson. (F 

43963, July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906.) 

2426 

He treats his cousin. Hyacinth. (F 

44493, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. ) 

2426 

John D.'s new book. (F 44043, July 20, 
1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 2427 

John D.*s new book. Chapter I. (F 
44075, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 

2428 

John D. wants to get in touch with the 
people. (F 44490, Aug. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 7, 1906.) 2429 

Love-making at home and abroad. (F 
43757, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 

2430 

Lulu and Leander elope, but July 

22, 1906. (F 44115, July 24, 1906; 2 c. 
July 24, 1906. ) 2431 



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147 



A mencan- jou rnal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 

LnJn and Leander elope, but July 

29, 1906. (F 44288, July 31, 1906; 2 c. 
July 31, 1906. ) 2482 

Au^, 5, 1906. ( F 44492, Aug. 7, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. ) 2488 

Mamma is mad at Leander! (F 43960, 
July 17, 1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906.) 

2484 

Maud is on the way. ( F 44494, Aug. 7, 
1906; 2 e. Aug. 7, 1906. ) 2485 

Mr. E. Z. Mark buys an additional lot. 
(F 43759, Julv 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 
1906. ) ' 2486 

finds a buried treasure. ( F 44032, 

July 20, 1906; 2 e. July 20, 1906.) 

2487 

i8 shown ivhere fishing is good. (F 

44303, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2488 

Monopoly lodge celebrates! (F 44007, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906.) 2439 

No wedding bells for him. July 8, 1906. 
(F 43692, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 
1906. ) 2440 

July 22, 1906. (F 44114, July 24, 

1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906.) 2441 

Julv 29, 1906. (F 44290, July 31, 

1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 2442 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44491, Aug. 7, 

1906: 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. ) 2448 

Now, w^hat d'ye think of that? A cob- 
bler sat on a cobble stone and cobbled 
away with glee. (F 44078, July 21, 
1906; 2 c. July 21 , 1906. ) 2444 

A horse stood on a bale of hay and 

ate away with greed. (F 43748, July 
13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2446 

An acre or two, a house, a rill. ( F 

44419, Aug. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 

2446 

Are you a chimney sweep, she asked 

with great acidity. (F 44331, Aug. 2, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 2447 

How did you get that scar? ( F 

44555, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2448 

I am a self-made man, my dear. (F 

44188, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) i 

2449 

I find I do not care for potted tongue. 

1 wonder why. (F 43753, July 13, 
1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2450 , 

I think it was an inner tube. ( F 

43755, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 

2461 

My husband never keeps his friends, 

said Mrs. Walker-Brown. (F 44148, 
July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906.) 

2462 



American-joamal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Now, what d'ye think of that? The big^ 
gest trout I ever caught weighed eighty- 
seven pounds. (F 43986, July 18, 1906; 
2 c. July 18,1906.) 2468 

Oh, Happy'fljob is sunipin* fierce: July 
8, 1906. (F 43694, July 10 1906; 2 c. 
July 10, 1906. ) 2464 

Papa forgives Lean<ler for the last time. 
( F 43695, Julv 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 
1906. ) 2466 

Petticoat must go! savs Prof. Abby 
I Shaw Mayhew. (F44299, Aug. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 1, 1906. ) 2466 

Pinched? Not vet, but soon! (F 44159, 
, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 2467 

Prominent mcml>er8of Monopolv L(Klge. 
(F 44040, Julv 20, 1906; 2 c. Julv 20, 
1906. ) • 2468 

Purple mother and her spotte^l pup. ( F 
44041, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 

2469 

Russian upheaval. (F 44301, Aug. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2460 

Saturday after the Fourth at the Down 
and out club. ( F 43752, July 13, 1906; 
2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2461 

Shakespeare takes an automobile ride. 
(F 43962, Julv 17, 1906; 2 c. Julv 17, 
1906.) ' 2462 

Simple jovs of ountrv life. (F 44406, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2463 

Simple life in St. Petersburg. (F 44735, 
Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 2464 

Some pictures in the news. July 19, 
1906. (F 44076, July 20, 1906; 2 c. 
July 20, 1906.) 2466 

Miss Liberty is to have a coat of 

paint. (F 44079, July 21, 1906; 2 c. 
July 21, 1906. ) 2466 

Sorrows of Satan! He drops in on Chair- 
man Taggart. ( F 44074, July 20, 1906; 
2 c. July 20, 1906.) 2467 

He takes a dip. (F 43760, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2468 

I'll drop in and see the bo vs. (F 

43750, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 

2469 
Swift American cnpid and the slow P^ng- 

lish r-upid. (F 44044, July 20, 1906; 

2 c. July 20, 1906.) 2470 

That bnsv little mischief again. (F 43964, 

July 17, 190f); 2 c. July 17, 1906. ) 2471 

Troubles of the lover bug. I'd like to go 
to the hoj). fF 44732, Aug. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 2472 

Vacation? Oh, what's the use? (F 44189, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 2473 

When John D. laughs. (F 43749, July 
13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2474 



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American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
When the merry hypnotizer hypnotizes. 
(F 43696, July 10, 1906; 2 c. July 10, 
1906. ) 2475 

Winter, the English tailor, designs some- 
thing smart for the D & O's. ( F 44134, 
July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 2476 

Wouldn't it make a rhinoceros mad — 
(F 44160, July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 
1906. ) 2477 

Wouldn't it make you mad — After you 
had been caught and robbed by a 
gorilla. (F 43764, July 13, 1906; 2 c. 
July 13, 1906.) 2478 

Yes, it is hot in the subway. (F 44561, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 2479 

Bowles (Joseph B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adventures (The) of Peck's bad boy. 
Pa gets mixed up with a bear. (F 
44552, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2480 

The bad boy burns Pa's head. (F 

44317, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2481 
The bad boy frightens Pa with an 



elephant. (F 44731, Aug. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 2482 

Cameron (Dun), New York, 
N. Y. 
Petition. To hotel proprietors, boarding- 
house keepers, wives, cooks and cater- 
ers generally. (F 44474, Aug. 4, 1906; 
2 c. July 27, 1906.) 2483 

Columbia calendar company. 

New York, N. Y. 

Audrey. (F 44503, Aug. 8, 1906.) 2484 

Gathering wild flowers. (F 44501, Aug. 
8, 1906. ) 2485 

In autumn woods. (F 44500, Aug. 8, 
1906. ) 2486 

Little gardener. ( F 44507, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2487 

Lucky chance. (F 44504, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2488 

Prize winner. (F 44502, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2489 

Ready for action. (F 44499, Aug. 8, 
1906.) 2490 

Revolutionary days. (F 44509, Aug. 8, 
1906.) 2491 

Twilight in Holland. (F 44505, Aug. 8, 
1906, ) 2492 

Waiting for a bite. (F 44510, Aug. 8, 
1906. ) 2493 

Winter day. (F 44506, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2494 

Woodland. (F 44508, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2495 
2 c. each Aug. 8, 1906. 



Cranston & co., Norwich, 
Conn. 
Gen. Jedediah Huntington house. (F 
44497, Aug. 7. 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906.) 

2496 

Dawson pharmacal company, 
Dawson Springs, Ky. 
Arcadia park, Dawson Springs, Ky. ( F 

44476, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 c. July 26, 1906; 
3 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 249T 

Climbing mountains, Dawson Springs^ 
Ky. (F 44480, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906.) 2498 

Day's outing, Dawson Springs, Ky. (F 
44478, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

2499 

Floating down Tradewater river, Dawson 
Springs, Ky. (F 44479, Aug. 6, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2600 

Hunter's bluff, Dawson Springs, Ky. (F 
44475, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 c. July 28, 1906; 

3 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2501 

Lovers' leap, Dawson Springs, Ky. (F 

44477, \ug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

2502 

Detroit publishin^company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Balance rock. Garden of the Gods. 5612. 
(F 44631, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2503 

Bar Harbor. 6011. (F 44634, Aug. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2504 

Bathing in the pool, Glenwood Springs. 
6752. (F 44645, Aug 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2505 

Beach, Harbor Point, Mich, no 8718. 
(F 44571, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 
1906. ) 2506 

Brock's monument. 9610. (F 44656, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 2507 

Brown Palace hotel, Denver. 5104. (F 
44625, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2508 

Cathedral spires, Garden of the Gods. 
5285. (F 44630, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2509 

Catholic church. Bar Harbor. 6015. (F 
44635, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2510 

Chipeta Falls. 6714. (F44639, Aug. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 2511 

Cliff House, Mesa Verde. 6718. (F 
44640, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2512 
Down Niagara river. 9417. (F 44653, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

251S 
Eagle river canyon. 6751. (F 44644, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2514 



EKOBAVmOS CUTS, AND PRINTS 



149 



Detroit publiflhinff company , 
I)etroit, Mich. 
First tannel, Grand river canyon. 9357. 
(F 44652, Ang. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906.) 2516 

Georgetown loop. 5613. ( F 44632, Aug. 
11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2516 

Gray's and Torrey's Peaks. 6735. (F 
44643, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

2517 

Hanging rock, Niagara glen. 9609. (F 
44655, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906.) 2618 

Hotel Colorado, Glenwood Springs 5105. 
(F 44626, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906.) 2519 

Iron Springs station. 6760. (F 44648, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2520 

Lake in Loring Park, Minneapolis. 9755. 
(F 44657, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2521 

Lake Shore and pavilion at Wild wood. 
8839. (F 44650, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2622 

Manitou soda springs. 6759. (F 44647, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2528 

Minneapolis, Minn. no. 6524. (F 44570, 
Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 2524 

Mount of the Holy Cross. 5614. (F 
44633, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2525 

Mount of the Holy Cross. 6756. (F 
44646, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2526 

Niagara rapids. 9608. (F 44654, Aug. 
11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2627 

Old church at Star Island, Isles of Shoals, 
N. H. 6029. (F 44512, July 25, 1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 2628 

Pavilion and boat landing. Lake Harriet. 
8337. (F 44649, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2529 

Pike's Peak and the Siamese twins 
5284. (F 44628, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2680 

Pike's Peak from near Colorado city. 
5282. (F 44627, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2681 

Pike's Peak from the gateway. 5283. 
(F 44629, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2582 

Poet office and city hall, Marquette, Mich, 
no. 9863. (F 44572, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 9, 1906. ) 2538 

Post office and Custom house, Duluth. 
9860. (F 44658, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2584 



Detroitpablishinff company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Pretty spot in Le«ter Park, Duluth. 9861. 
(F 44659, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2685 

Racing at New Orleans, La. 010989. ( F 
81765, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2686 

Recreation pier. New York. 8983. (F 
44511. July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 

2687 

Royal Goiige. 9058. (F 44651, Aug. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2688 

Schooner head. Bar Harbor. 6017. (F 

44637, Aug. 11, 1906; 2c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

2689 

Shore path. Bar Harbor. 6016. (F 

44636, Aug. 11, 1906; 2c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

2640 

Spanish Peaks, 6726. (F 44641, Aug. 

11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2641 

Toltec (jorge. 6727. ( F 44642, Aug. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2542 

Wehrle's hall. Middle Bass. 6354. (F 

44638, Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2648 
Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Brother Bear's big house. (F 43796, 
July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 2644 

Uncle Remus stories. Brer Rabbit treats 
the creeturs to a race. ( F 44208, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2546 

Heal(W. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Diplomacy. ( F 44563, Aug. 9, 1906. ) 

2546 
Don't talk. (F 44565, Aug. 9, 1906. ) 

2547 

Family washing. (F 44564, Aug. 9, 

1906. ) 2648 

Feline philosophy. (F 44568, Aug. 9, 
1906. ) 2549 

Giraffe. (F 44569, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2550 

Greet time cheerfully. ( F 44562, Aug. 9, 
1906.) 2551 

Think twice. (F 44567, Aug. 9, 1906. ) 

2552 

Woman's argument. (F 44566, Aug. 9, 

1906. ) 2558 

2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Henry (John Henkel) , Win- 
ohester Va 
Winchester, Va., flood July 27, 1906. (F 
44670, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

2654 

McDougall (Walt), Atlantic 

City, N. J. 

Mr. Makepeace encounters wayward Cla- 

risse. (F 44215, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 

July 30, 1906.) 2655 



150 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



McDougall ( Walt) , Atlantic 
City, N. J. 
Mr. Makepeace gets it in a foreign lan- 
guage. (F 43893, June 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906.) 2666 

He couldn't stop it if he wanted to. 

(F 44219, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. ) 2667 

— He ffot there in time to see the sale 



open. (F ,44222, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. ) 2688 

— He has to work overtime. (F 44388, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2669 

He stirs up a real hornet's nest. 



(F 44217, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. ) 2660 

His ear trumpet gets stuck at a criti- 



cal moment. (F 44218, July 30, 1906; 
2 c. July 31, 1906.) 2661 

— His heart is touched by a case of 
cruelty. (F 44220, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. ) 2662 

It's his fault that he got in the as- 



phalt! (F 44221, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 31, 1906.) 2663 

— It's on to him as usual. (F 44387, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2664 

neglects his Fourth of July task. (F 



43394, June 27, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906.) 2666 

— Nothing can keep him from his 
duty. (F 44214, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. ) 2666 

obeys orders and the cop lands the 



trouble. (F 44216, July 30, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, IV 06.) 2667 

— Oh, I dunno, his luck isn't all so 
rotten! what? (F 44212, July 30, 1906; 
2 c. July 31, 1906.) 2668 

once more he wastes his sympathy. 



(F 44386, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 2669 

The boys kid him, usual result. (F 

44213, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 

2670 

No, Mr. Makepeace, never again for him 
the Cafe Phoebus. (F 44223, Julv 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2671 

Yes, Mr. Makepeace got it in black and 
white. (F 43392, June 27, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. ) 2572 

Martin (Jules A. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Cleaver state design. (F 44557, Aug. 8, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906.) 2573 

Moffat, Yard & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Message from Mars. (F 44590, Aug. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2574 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N. J. 
Book taught Bilkins. July 2, 1906. (F 
43564, July 3, 1906; 2 c. July 3, 1906.) 

2675 

July 9, 1906. (F 43698, July 11, 

1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906.) 2576 

July 16, 1906. (F 43958, July 17, 

1906; 2 c. July 17, 1906.) 2677 

July 23, 1906. (F 44108, July 24, 

1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 2678 

Julv 30, 1906. (F 44293, July 31, 

1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906. ) 2579 

Aug. 6, 1906. (F 44556, Aug. 8, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 2580 

Aug. 13, 1906. (F 44723, Aug. 15, 

1S06; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 2581 

A man drowned, eh? ( F 44190, July 

28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 2582 

How to make a weather vane for 



your barn. (F 43783, July 14, 1906; 
2 c. July 14, 1906.) 2588 

— Learn sign painting at home. (F 
44083, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 

2584 

— Learn to write well. (F 44421, Aug. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 2686 

Study palmistry at home. (F 43661, 



July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906.) 2686 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. July 5, 1906. 
(F 43663, July. 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 
1906.) 2687 

July 7, 1906. (F 43673, July 9, 1906; 

2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 2588 

July 12, 1906. (F 43772, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 2689 

July 14, 1906. (F 43865, July 16 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 2690 

July 17, 1906. (F 44005, July 19, 

1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. ) 2691 

July 21, 1906. (F 44084, July 23, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2692 

July 26, 1906. (F 44157, July 27, 

1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 2693 

July 28, 1906. (F 44197, July 30, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2694 

Aug. 2, 1906. ( F 44407, Aug. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2696 

Aug. 4, 1906. (F 44439, Aug. 6, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2696 

Aug. 9, 1906. (F 44586, Aug. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906.) 2697 

Letters home. July 6, 1906. (F 43662, 
July 7, 1906; 2 c. July 7, 1906. ) 2698 

July 11, 1906. (F 43773, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 2599 

July 13, 1906. (F 43784, July 14, 

1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 2600 



ENORA VINOS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



151 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N. J. 
Letters home. July 18, 1906. ( F 44006, 
July 19, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. ) 2601 

July 20, 1906. (F 44082, July 23, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 860S 

July 27, 1906. (F 44191, July 28, 

1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 8608 

Aug. 1, 1906. (F 44322, Aug. 2. 

1906; 2 e. Aug. 2, 1906. ) 2604 

Aug. 3, 1906. (F 44422, Aug. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906. ) 2606 

Aug. 8, 1906. (F 44558, Aug. 9, 

1906; 2 o. Aug. 9, 1906. ) 2606 

Aug. 10, 1906. (F 44624, Aug. 11, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2607 

Pilgrim's progress, by Mister Bunion. 
July 3, 1906. (F 43574, July 5, 1906; 
2 c. July 5, 1906.) 2608 

July 10, 1906. (F 43699, July 11, 

1906; 2 c. July 11, 1906.) 2609 

July 19, 1906. (F 44051, Julv 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906.) '2610 

July 24, 1906. (F 44135, July 25, 

1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 2611 

Julv 31, 1906. (F 44298, Aug. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2612 

Aug. 7, 1906. (F 44559, Aug. 9, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906. ) 2618 

Aug. 14, 1906. (F 44724, Aug. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 2614 

New York herald co., Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Buster Brown. July 8, 1906. (F 43620, 
July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906. ) 2615 

July 15, 1906. (F 43770, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906.) 2616 

July 22, 1906. (F 44050, July 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2617 

July 29, 1906. (F 44144, July 26, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2618 



New York herald co., Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Feminine iancief).' Aug. 12, 1906. (F 
44589, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 



Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44327, 



*^ug. 2, 
2619 



1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

Aug. 12, 1906. (F 44579, Aug. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2620 

Feminine fancies. July 8, 1906. (F 
43625, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 

2621 

July 15, 1906. (F 43766, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 2622 

July 22, 1906. (F 44045, Julv 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2623 

July 29, 1906. (F 44139, July 26, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2624 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44324, Aug. 2, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2626 



Little Nemo in Slumt)erlaud. July 8, 
1906. ( F 43621, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906. ) 2627 

July 15, 1906. (F 43771, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906.) 2628 

July 22. 1906. (F 44049, Julv 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2629 

Julv 29, 1906. (F 44143, July 26, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2630 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44328, Aug. 2, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2681 

Aug. 12, 1906. (F 44580, Aug. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2682 

Little Sammy Sneeze. Julv S, 1906. ( F 
43618, July 6, 1906; 2 o. ^Tuly 9, 1906.) 

2688 

Julv 15, 1906. (F 43767, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 190(). ) 2684 

Julv 22, 1906. (F 44048, July 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2686 

Julv 29, 1906. (F 44142, Julv 26, 

190(5; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2686 

Aug. 5, 1906. ^F 44325, Aug. 2, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2687 

Aug. 12, V.m. (F 44583, Aug. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2688 

Muff (The) (F 44582, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2639 

Sculptures in pai)er. (General Grant. (F 
44581, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906.) 2640 

George Washington. ( F 44145, Julv 

26, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2641 

Theodore Roosevelt. ( F 44329, Aug. 

2, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2642 

Terrors of the tiny tads. July 8, 1906. 
(F 43622, Julv 6, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906.) * 2643 

Julv 15, 1906. (F 43769, Julv 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906.) 2644 

Julv 22, 1906. (F 44046, July 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2645 

Julv 29, 1906. (F 44140, July 26, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2646 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44323, Aug. 2, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2647 

Aug. 12, 1906. (F 44585, Aug. 10, 

1906; 2 0. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2648 

Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. July 8, 
1906. (F 43619, July 6, 1906; 2 c. July 
9, 1906.) 2649 

Julv 15, 1906. (F 43768, July 13, 

1906; 2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 2650 

Julv 22, 1906. (F 44047, Julv 20, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2661 



152 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



New York herald co., Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. July 
29, 1906. (F 44141, July 26, 1906; 2 c. 
July 30, 1906. ) 2662 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44326, Aug. 2, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2663 

Aug. 12, 1906. (F 44584, Aug. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2664 

New York times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Hy . Mayer goes abroad. He visits Dieppe. 
(F 43519, July 2, 1906; 2 c. July 2, 
1906. ) 2666 

He visits Holland. (F 44081, July 

23, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906.) 2666 



— In gay Paris. (F 43697, July 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 10, 1906.) 2667 

Some sights at Margate. (F 44438, 



Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 2668 
With Carlsbad's pilgrims. ( F 44198, 



July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 

2669 

Mrs. Gab, she wears the trousers. 1st. 

instalment. (F 44382, Aug. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2660 

2nd instal. (F 44383, Aug. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 2661 

3rd instal. (F 44384, Aug. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2662 

Nutshell (The), New York, 
N. Y. 

New York in a nutshell. (F 44473, Aug. 
7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906.) 2663 

Oxford-Print, inc., Boston, 
Mass. 

Attention! (F 44593, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

2664 

Cheer up. (F 44595, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

2666 

It will make you laugh. (F 44600, Aug. 
11, 1906.) 2666 

Kick. (F 44591, Aug. 11, 1906.) 2667 

Look before you leap. (F 44594, Aug. 
11,1906.) ^ 2668 

Message for you. (F 44592, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2669 

No nonsense about it. ( F 44597, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2670 

Similar in name, but: ( F 44598, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 2671 

Something to crow about. ( F 44601, Aug. 
11,1906.) 2672 

Sound to the core. (F 44596, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2673 

We have but one argument. (F 44602, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2674 



Oxford-Print, inc., Boston, 
Alass 
Why do you hesitate? ( F 44599, Au^. 11 , 
1906. ) 2675 

2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Poor ( W. T. ), Antrim, N. H. 
Main street, Antrim, N. H. (F 44520, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2676 

Trout brook, Harrisville, N. H. ( F 44521, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2677 

Prevost (Eugene), Montreal, 
Canada. 
Sacred face of Jesus. From the Holy 
shroudof Turin. (F44321, Aug. 2, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2678 

Bobbins (Harry I.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Apples and cream. (F 44526, Aug. 8, 
1906. ) 2679 

Baby's cradle. (F 44538, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2680 

Baby's prams. (F 44532, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2681 

Bagged. (F 44548, Aug. 8, 1906.) 2682 

Bib o' bluff. (F 44546, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2683 

Black beauty. (F 44533, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2684 

Bromley crib. (F 44549, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2686 

Brothers and sisters. (F 44525, Aug. 8, 
1906.) 2686 

Champion Rodney stone. ( F 44542, Aug. 
8, 1906.) 2687 

Collie puppies. (F 44547, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2688 

Double basket full. (F 44541, Aug. 8, 

1906. ) 2688 

Family gathering. (F 44530, Aug. 8, 
1906. ) 2690 

Good catch. (F 44527, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2691 

Innocence. (F 44551, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2692 

Japs pride. (F 44540, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2898 

Lilies. (F 44543, Aug. 8, 1906.) 8694 

Little witch. (F 44539, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2696 
Lonely. (F 44550, Aug. 8, 1906.) 2696 

Napoleon. (F 44537, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2697 

On the look out. ( F 44524, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

269S 

Play ball. (F 44528, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 2699 

Playtime. (F 44523, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 2700 

Pussies in the swing. (F 44534, Aug. 8, 
1906. ) 2701 

Ready to go. (F 44536, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2702 



SNOBA VINOS, OUTS, AND FRIVTS 



16S 



Bobbins (Harry I.), Boston, 
Mass. 

Schipperke puppies. (F 44531, Aug. 8, 
1906.) 2708 

Sooty and sweet. (F 44545, Aug. 8, 
1906.) 9704 

Two (The) innocents. (F 44544, Aug. 8, 
1906.) 8701^ 

Weaned. (F 44535, Aur. 8, 1906.) 8706 
Who is coming? ( F 44529, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

8707 
2 c. each Aug. 8, 1906. 

Bosch (John ) , White Plains, 

N. Y. 

Washington's headquarters. White Plains, 

N. Y., and flag carried at the battle of 

White Plains, Oct. 28, 1776. ( F 44574, 

Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. ) 2708 

White Plains, N. Y. (F 44575, Aug, 10, 
1906; 2 c. July 12, 1906. ) 8709 

Bose company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Story of the trout. ( F 44727, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 8710 

Bosenblum (Bendet), High- 
lands, N. J. 
Navesink avenue (E. ), Highlands, N. J. 
(F 44515, July 28, 1906. ) 871 1 

Public school, Highlands, N. J. (F 
44513, July 28, 1906.) 8718 

Water witch. Highlands, N. J. (F 
44519, July 28, 1906.) 8718 

Water witch club. Highlands, N. J. (F 
44617, July 28, 1906.) 8714 

2 c. each July 28, 1906. 

Schraudt(£. R.), Hampton, 
Va. 

Pilots' license. (F 44412, Aug. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 8716 

Scribner's (Charles) sons. 
New York, N. Y. 
Engagement days. (F 44605, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 8716 

Gathering honey. (F 44606, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 8717 

Rivals. (F 44603, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8718 

Which? (F 44604, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8719 

2 c. eacli Aug. 10, 1906. 

Sheahan (M. T.), Brook- 
line, Mass. 
Be sure you' re right. (F 44611 , Aug. 11 , 
1906.) 2780 

Cheer up. (F 44622, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8781 

Cheer up, it may not be true. (F 44619, 

Aug. 11, 1906.) 2722 

Do it now. ( F 44615, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

2723 

Don' t be an apology. ( F 44617, Aug. 1 1 , 

1906. ) 2724 



Sheahan (M. T.), Brook- 
I line Mass. 

: Don't delay. (F 44610, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8785 

Don't worry. (F 44608, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

> 8786 

; Encourage people. (F 44621, Aug. 11, 

1906. ) 8787 

Forget it (F 44612, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

8788 

Have a little fun. (F 44607, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 8789 

I Have faith, hope, and charity. (F 44618, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 8780 

House beautiful. (F 44616, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8781 

Keep cool. (F 44609, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8788 

, Misjudging & misjudged. (F 44613, Aug. 

11,1906.) ^ 8788 

' Misunderstooil. (F 44623, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

8784 
Test of life. (F 44614, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

8785 

Test of the heart. (F 44620, Aug. 11, 

, 1906.) 8786 

2 c. each Aug. 11, 1906. 

Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 

' Absent minded aunt dresses the baby and 
I herself. .(F 43567, July 5, 1906; 1 c. 
I July 5, 1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906. ) 8787 

I makes a fire and takes medicine. 

(F 43704, July 12, 1906; 1 c. July 12, 
1906; Ic July 23, 1906.) 2738 

Did hungry Tommv get the Frankfort- 
ers? Watch him' (F437a5, July 12, 
1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906; 1 c. Julv 23, 
1906. ) 2789 

Giraffe is just as good as a step ladder. 
(F 43426, June 29, 1906; 1 c. June 29, 
1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906.) 2740 

Hans loses his clothes but his genius 
saves him. (F 43702, July 12, 1906; 
1 c. July 12, 1906; 1 c. July 23, 1906.) 

2741 
Hungrv Tommv gets nothing but the 
empty box. "(F' 43568, July 5, 1906; 
1 c. Julv 5, 1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906.) 

2742 

his absent-minded aunt and uncle 

. Horina go on a picnic. ( F 43429, June 
29, 1906; 1 c. June 29, 1906; 1 c. July 
12, 1906. ) 2748 

Kin-der kids relief expedition meets a 
freight steamer. ( F 43569, July 5, 1906; 
1 c. July 5, 1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906.) 

2744 

relief expedition meets with base 

ingratitude. (F 43700, Julv 12, 1906; 
1 c. July 12, 1906; 1 c. Julv 23, 1906.) 

2745 



154 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGBT ENTRIES 



Tribune company, Chicago, 

111. 

Kin-der kids relief expedition slams into 

a steeple with results. (F 43427, June 

29, 1906; 1 c. June 29, 1906; 1 c. July 

12, 1906. ) 2746 

The Jimjam relief expedition has a 

collapse. (F 44001, Julv 19, 1906; 1 c. 
July 19, 1906; 1 c. Julv" 30, 1906.) 

2747 

No apples for Hans? But revenge is 
sweet. (F 43570, July 5, 1906; 1 c. 
July 5, 1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906. ) 2748 

Old circus horse. (F 43813, July 16, 
1906; 1 c. July 16, 1906; 1 c. July 30, 
1906. ) 2749 

Ostrich vehicle in the Zoo and at home. 
(F 43565, July 5, 1906; 1 c. Julv 5, 
1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906.) 2750 

Pomerhanz^s boys have some fun. (F 
43812, July 16, 1906; 1 c. July 16, 
1906; 1 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2761 

Present for his wife from Karl and Fritz. 
(F 43701, July 12, 1906; 1 c. July 12, 
1906; 1 c. July 23, 1906.) 2752 

Summertime on the Nile. ( F 43666, July 
5, 1906; 1 c. Julv 5, 1906; 1 c. Julv 12, 
1906. ) " 2753 

Travel Hans helps the little boy. (F 
43428, June 29, 1906; 1 c. June 29, 
1906; 1 c. July 12, 1906.) * 2754 

What's the use of trving to catch Karl 
and Fritz. (F 43571, July 5, 1906; 1 c. 
July 5, 1906;" 1 c. July 12, 1906. ) 2755 

"When the comic supplement reaches the 
jungle. (F 43703, July 12, 1906; 1 c. 
July 12, 1906; 1 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2756 

Turner (Daniel ), Santa Mon- 
ica, Cal. 
Brief sketch of Uncle Dan Turner. (F 
44728, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 

2757 

Wood (Otis F.) , New Brighton, 
N. Y. 
Bub he's always to blame. July 8, 1906. 
(F 43856, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. ) 2758 

July 15, 1906. (F 43795, July 14, 

1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 2759 

July 22, 1906. (F 44073, Julv 23, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) '2760 

July 29, 1906. (F 44204, July 30, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2761 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44467, Aug. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 2762 

Herr Spiegleburger such a biting der 
biter got. ( F 43793, July 14, 1906; 2 c. 
July 14, 1906.) 2768 

Such a joke, not. (F 43643, June 

25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 2764 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brighton, 
N. Y. 
Herr Spiegleburger such a kidder vat he 
is. (F 43862, July 9, 1906; 2 c. Julv 9, 
1906.) 2766 

undt some funny cracks. ( F 44207, 

July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) »76e 

Mister Steplively. ( F 43860, Julv 9, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906. ) ' 2767 

Prince Errant Haha evens things up 
with the king. ( F 44202, July 30, 1906; 
2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2768 

Haha tries his voice. (F 43794, 

July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 2769 

Haha's vanity proves his undoing. 



(F 44072, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 2770 

Sambo and his funny noises. June 24. 
(F 43639, June 25, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 
1906.) 2771 

July 8, 1906. ( F 43855, July 9, 1906; 

2 c. July 9, 1906.) 2772 

Julv 15, 1906. (F 43788, July 14, 

1906; 2'c. July 14, 1906.) 2773 

July 22, 1906. (F 44067, July 23, 

1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2774 

July 29, 1906. (F 44201, July 30, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 2775 

Simon Simple, a case of duck all around. 
(F 43857, July 9, 1906; 2 c. July 9, 
1906. ) 2776 

a sad, sad tale. (F 44206, Julv 30, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2777 

a story without words. Julv 22, 

1906. (F 44070, July 23, 1906;" 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) 2778 

it was the cat, nit. June 24. (F 

43642, June25, 1906; 2c. June 25, 1906. ) 

2779 
loses his pay. Aug. 5, 1906. (F 



44468, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

2780 
the fish story Pa never told. (F 



43791, July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 

2781 

S- St- Stut- tering Sa- Sammy. July 22, 

1906. (F 44071, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 

July 23, 1906.) 2782 

July 29, 1906. (F 44205, July 30, 

1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 2783 

Aug. 5, 1906. ( F 44466, Aug. 6, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 2784 

Teasers (The). Bobby gets the name 
without the game. (F 43858, July 9, 
1906; 2 c. July 9, 1906.) 2786 

Bobby is it again. (F 43640, June 

25, 1906; 2 c June 25, 1906.) 2786 

Bobby loses his sand. (F 43789, 



July 14, 1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 



2787 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



155 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brighton, 
N. Y. 
Uncle Geo. Washington Bings the vil- 
lage storv teller. June 24, 1906. (F 
43645, June 26, 1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906. ) 

9788 

— July 8, 1906. (F 43861, July 9, 1906; 
2 c. July 9, 1906.) 8789 

— July 15, 1906. (F 43792, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906. ) 9790 

— July 22, 1906. (F 44069, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 9791 

— July 29, 1906. (F 44203, July 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 9799 

— Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44466, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 9798 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brighton, 
N. Y. 
Wags, the dog that adopted a man. July 
8, 1906. (F 43859, July 9, 1906; 2 c. 
July 9, 1906. ) 9794 



— July 16, 1906. (F 43790, July 14, 
1906; 2 c. July 14, 1906.) 9798 

— July 22, 1906. (F 44068, July 23, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 9796 



Aug. 6, 1906. (F 44464, Aug. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 9797 

Wonderous adventures of Prince Frrant, 
he seeketh princess. (F 41^646, June 
26, 1906; 2 c. June 26, 1906.) 9798 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1^ 6,790 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with 8iibalphabet i>( titles. 

To save apace the copyrijcht notice after each title in abbreviated. Thux the notice after the tir»t 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Bankers HUpply company, Denver, Colo. Claiv 
G, XXc. no. 13873, Aug 3. 1906; 2 copies received July 12, 1906." 



Bankers supply company, 
Denver, Colo. 
Coyote of the Western plains. ( G 13873, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 2799 

Deer of the Rocky mountains. (G 13871, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) S800 

Elk of the Rocky mountains. (G 13869, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 2801 

Grizzly bear of the Rocky mountains. 
(G 13868, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2802 

Jack rabbit of the Western plains. (G 
13872, Aug. 3, 1906. ) 2808 

Mountain sheep of the Rocky mountains. 
(G 13870, Aug. 3, 1906.) 2804 

2 c. each July 12, 1906. 

Campbell, Metzger & Jacob- 
son, New York, N. Y. 
Anita. (G 13908, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 15, 1906.) 2806 

Bachelor. (G 13890, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 2806 

Dancing girls. (G 13894, Aug. 13, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2807 

Girl of the Golden West. ( G 13892, Aug. 

13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2808 

Gloria or Ballet girl. (G 13889, Aug. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2809 

Goal (The). (G 13910, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 2810 

Harvard. (G 13886, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 2811 

Hunt (The). (G 13888, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2812 

Indian chief. (G 13909, Aug. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 2813 

Indian girl. (G 13893, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 2814 

Pennsylvania. (G 13887, Aug. 13, 1906; 
'^c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2816 

Princeton. (G 13885, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
%. 13, 1906. ) 2816 



Campl)ell, Metzger & Jacob- 
son, New York, N. Y. 
Yale. (G 13884, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
13, 1906.) 2817 

Yellow (The) peril. (G 13891, Aug. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2818 

Fowler & Kelly, Morriaville, 
Pa. 
Birds eve view of Hyndman, Bedford co., 
Pa. "(G 13671, July 18, 1906; 2c. July 
18, 1906.) 2819 

Hathaway (C. L. ), Denver, 
Colo. 
C. L. Hathaway rock crusher company. 
Common stock certificate. (G 13447, 
June 19, 1906; 2 c. June 19, 1906.) 2820 

Newell (Peter), Leonia, N. J. 
Naps of Polly Sleepvhead. 8he visits 
the catnap tree. (G 12906, Apr. 17, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 2821 

Peterson (Frederik), Bos- 
ton, Maj^s. 
Hands across the sea. Greetings from 
America to France. (G 13865, July 
27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 2822 

America to Italy. (G 13864, July 

27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906. ) 2828 

America to Scotland. (G 13866, 

July 27, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 1906.) 2824 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Buster Brown's bouquet of beauties, no. 

9762. (G 13703, July 23, 1906; 2 c. 

July 23, 1906.) 2826 

" It's Sim, my half-brother!" no. 9645. 
(G 13705, July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 
1906. ) 2826 

James (Louis), portrait and letter bill 
design, no. 9696. (G 13880, Aug. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906.) 2827 

'^Record's torn out!" no. 9644. (G13704, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 2828 



dumber of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,851 



157 



Class h. photographs 

Arraiurcd alphabetically by proprietor* with Nubalphabei of dtlea. 

To aave space the copyright notice after each title it) abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flr>>t 
title, if printe<t in full, would read: "Copyright bv Aroerioan lithographic company, New York, 
N. Y. Class H, XXc, no. 81740. Aug. 9. 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 9, 1906." 



American lithographic com^ 
pany, New \ork, N. Y. 
Soldier reading letter. V 60. ( H 81 740, 
Aug. 9, 1906. ) S8S9 

Water lillies. V 61. (H 81741, Aug. 9, 
1906.) 2S80 

2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

American mutoscopeand bi- 

ograph company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Convict's bride. ( H 81 754, Aug. 9, 1906. ) 

8881 
In the Tombs. ( H 81753, Aug. 9, 1906. ) 

2888 
2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Baker art gallery, Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Looping the loop. (H 81992, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. ) 2888 

Beck (Chas. K. R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Sand hole. Hunting creek gap. no. 2. 
fH 81755, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 
1906. ) 2884 

Boos (Edward H. ), Missoula, 
Mont. 
Band of Flatheads. ( H 81774, Aug. 10, 
1906.) 2836 

Flathead Indians. (H 81773, Aug. 10, 
1906. ) 2886 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Calvert (E. C), Michigan 

City, Ind. 

Bathing. ( H 81710, Aug. 8, 1906.) 2887 

Bathing scene. (H 81709, Aug. 8, 1906. ) 

2838 

Sliding down Hoosier slide. (H 81707, 

Aug. 8, 1906.) 2889 

Trail creek. (H 81708, Aug. 8, 1906.) 

2840 
2 c. each Aug. 8, 1906. 

Clark (Frank Scott), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Kits. (H 81724, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
6, 1906. ) 2841 

3595— FT 4, NO 9—06—2 



Clark (Frank Scott), Detroit, 
Mich. 
Miss Muffit. (H 81726, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 9, 1906. ) 284S 

Pretty Pollv. (H 81725, Aug. 9, 1906; 2c. 
Aug. 9, 1906. ) 2848 

Curtis ( A Hhabel ) , Seattle, 
Wash. 
U. S. B. S. Nebraska, no. 7389. (H 
81299, July 24, 1906; 2 c. July 24, 1906. ) 

2844 

Daughertv (William W^), 
Milford, Del. 
First Presbyterian church, Milford, Del. 
(II 81994', Aug. 15, 1906.) 2846 

On the king's highway, Milford, Del. 
(H 81993, Aug. 15, 1906.) 2848 

Silver Lake, Milford, Del. (H 81997, 
Aug. 15, 1906. ) 2847 

South Walnut street, Milford, Del. (H 
81995, Aug. 15, 1906.) 2848 

Walnut street, Milford, Del. (H 81996, 
Aug. 15, 1906.) 2849 

2 c. each Aug. 15, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Brabanconne. 029149. (H 82020, Aug. 
16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906.) 2850 

029150. (H 82021, Aug. 16, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 16, 1906.) 2861 

Casting pig iron. 019423. (H 81704, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 2862 

Court and stairway old Orleans hotel. 
09374. (H 81706, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 8, 1906. ) 2863 

Detroit commandery, no. 1, K. T. De- 
troit 1906. 60031. ( H 81703, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 2854 

Guitar (The). 029147. (H 82006, Aug. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 2856 

Levee (The), I^uisville, Ky. 010997. 
(H 81768, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 2856 

Melon-cholic days have come. 09373, 
(H 81705, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8. 
1906. ) 286T 

159 



160 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Nellie Custis at Mt. Vernon. 029145. 
(H 82004, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 
1906. ) 2858 

New game. 029148. ( H 82007, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. ) 2859 

Poland Springs, Me. 010987. ( H 8) 764, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

2860 

Sewing room. 029146. (H 82005, Aug. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906. ) 2861 

Sunday on The Levee, New Orleans, La. 
010991. (H 81766, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11,1906.) 2862 

Up the Ohio river from Fort Thomas. 
010993. (H 81767, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 2863 

Eagar (Florence C) & Black 

(Marcus), San Antonio, 

Tex. 

Alamo; built 1718, fell 1836. (H 81747, 

Aug. 9, 1906. ) 2864 

Interior Alamo, built 1718, fell 1836. 
(H 81748, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2865 

2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Feather (James V.), Farm- 
ingdale, N. Y. 
L. I. R. R. depot, Farmingdale, L. I. 
(H 81990, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Julv 28, 
1906. ) 2866 

Mott's pond, bet. Farmingdale and Cen- 
tral park. (H 81988, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 
c. July 28, 1906. ) 2867 

Nazareth trade school, East wing, Farm- 
ingdale, N. Y. ( H 81989, Aug. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 2868 

Goeser ( Anton) , Neola, Iowa. 
Neola hose team, '06. ( H 82008, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 1, 1906.) 2869 

Grissom (Sherwood T. ), Dar- 
danell, Ark. 
After the storm, Mt. Nebo, Arkansas. 
(H 81968, Aug. 13, 1906.) 2870 

Point Lookout, Mt. Nebo, Arkansas. ( H 
81967, Aug. 13, 1906.) 2871 

Shower in the valley, among the Ozark 
Mts, western Arkansas. (H 81969, 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 2872 

2 c. each Aug. 13, 1906. 

Hall (Edward L.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Ewry (Ray C. ) making his record jump 
11 ft. 6 in. Aug. 4, 1906. (H 81962, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 2873 

Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 
Before marriage. (H 81005, July 20, 
1906.) 2874 

How could he do it? (H 81004, July 20, 
1906.) 2875 



Harris (W. J.), Pittston, Pa. 
Just one more. (H 81009, July 20, 1906.) 

2876 

Taking in the scenery. (H 81008, July 

20,1906.) 2877 

We are leaving. (H 81007, July 20, 1906. ) 
2 c. each July 20, 1906. 2878 

Johnson company. Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
Nelson (Battling). (H 81991, Aug. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 2879 

Korner & Wood co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
On the shore. (H 82011, Aug. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 2880 

Kryger (Henry H.), Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Minnesota flower, also called an Indian 
slipper. (H 81742, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 8, 1906.) 2881 

Levering (Arthur Rollin), 

East Northfield, Mass. 

Crossley hall. Mount Herman, Mass. ( H 

81733, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2882 

Dining hall. Mount Herman, Mass. (H 

81734, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2883 

Friends (The), East Northfield, Mass. 
(H 81727, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2884 

Henry Moore cottage, Northfield Semi- 
nary. (H 81728, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2886 

Hermon bridge, Northfield, Mass. (H 

81730, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2886 

Hillside cottage, Northfield Seminary. 
(H 81729, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2887 

Merriman cottage, Northfield seminary. 
(H 81737, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2888 

Revell cottage, Northfield seminary. ( H 
81736, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2889 

Schell bridge. East Northfield, Mass. ( H 

81731, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2890 

Science hall. Mount Herman, Mass. (H 

81735, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2891 

Skinner gymnasium, Northfield seminary. 
(H 81732, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2892 

Talcott library, Northfield seminary. 
(H 81739, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2893 

Weston hall, Northfield seminary. (H 
81738, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2894 

2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Maine historical society, 
Portland, Me. 
Longfellow cradle. (H 82009, Aug. 16, 
1906.) 2898 

Poet's table. (H 82010, Aug. 16, 1906.) 

2896 
2 c. each Aug. 16, 1906. 



PHOTOORAPHS 



161 



Maroeau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
firazza Savorgnan (Countess Cora di). 
panel. (H 81972, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 8897 

— panel nos. 1-6. (H 81775-81780, 
Aog. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 



— no. 1. 17 by 20. (H 81973, Aug. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 8899 

— no.l. 17 by 20. (H81781, Aug. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 8800 

Fitzgerald ( ^fayor John F. ) 1—20 by 24. 
(H 81971, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906.) 8901 

Griggs (//on. J. M.). panel, no. 1. (H 
81783, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 

8908 

Hollowav(AfM8 Marion), panel, no.l. 
(H 81782, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 
1906.) 8908 

Mason (Daniel J.), Elmira, 
N. Y. 
Fowl play. nos. 1-3. (H 81769-81771, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 

8904 

Metcalf (H. D. ), Manasquan, 
N.J. 
Battery A, at sea practice. Seagirt, New 
Jersey. (H 82001, Aug. 15, 1906.) 

8906 

— no8. 22 and 23. (H 82002-82003, 
Aug. 15, 1906. ) 8906 

2 c. each Aug. 15, 1906. 

Moore (F. E.) , Boston, Mass, 
All the old men and the young men. 
no 6. (H 81982, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 14, 1906. ) 8907 

' At the door on summer evenings, no. 4. 

! (H 81980, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 

1906.) * ' "8908 

Bathe now in the stream before you. no 
7. (H 81983, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
14, 1906. ) 8909 

Bedded soft in moss and nishes. no 11. 
(H 81987, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1906.) 2910 

Dance for us 0, Pau-Puk-Keewis. no 5. 
(H 81981, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 

Hiawatha Indian village at Minne tonka. 

no 3. (H 81979, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 14, 1906. ) 2912 

Hoshl the Naked Bear will hear thee. 

no 9. (H 81985, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 14, 1906. ) 2913 

"^erethe wrinkled old Nokomis. no. 2. 
(H 81978, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1906.) 2914 



Moore ( F. E. ), Boston, Maae. 
Thus departed Hiawatha, no 1. (H 
81977, Aug. 14, 1906; 2c. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 

8915 

no 8. (H 81984, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 14, 1906.) 8916 

With the deer upon his shoulders, no. 
10. ( H 81986, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
14, 1906.) 89X7 

Oneonta Falls, no. 1. (H 81749, Aug. 
9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 8918 

Oneonta (torge. nos.2and3. (H 81 750- 
81751, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 9, 
1906.) 8919 

Oneonta bluffs, no. 4. (H 81752, Aug. 

9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 8980 

Rand (L. W.), West Deny, 
N. H. 
New Hampshire's hermit. AandB. (H 
81712-81713, Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. each 
Aug. 1, 1906.) 8981 

Reves (P. N.), Avalon, Cal. 
Avalon, Cal. (H 81756, Aug. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 8988 

Avalon from the north. (H 81757, Aug. 

10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1906. ) 8983 

Robins [Mrn. John Hnl)ert), 
New York, N. Y. 
Christ on the cross; bust. ( H 81640, July 
31, 1906; 1 c. July 23, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 
4, 1906. ) 8924 

full length. (H 81639, July 31, 1906; 

1 c. July 23, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 

8920 

Saw^yer (Charles H.), Farm- 
ington, Me. 
Artist's retreat Ogunquit. (H 81503, Aug. 
1, 1906.) 2926 

Bald Head cliff. ( H 81508, Aug. 1, 1906. ) 

2927 

Fine old oak. (H 81512. Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2928 

Glimpse of old Pine Top. (H 81509, 
Aug.l, 1906.) 2929 

Hemlocks. (H 81513, Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2930 

Looking toward Bald Head cliff. (H 

81502, Aug. 1, 1906.) 2931 

Mountain View road. (H 81516, Aug. 1, 
1906. ) 2932 

'Neath wooded banks. (H 81515, Aug. 
1, 1906.) 2933 

Ogunquit beach. (H 81500, Aug. 1, 19u6. ) 

2934 

Ogunquit by the sea. (H 81499, Aug. 1, 

1906. ) 2936 

Ogunquit surf. (H 81506, Aug. 1, 1906.) 

2936 

Ontio on the bluff. (H 81501, Aug. 1, 

1906. ) 2937 



CATALOGDE OV COPTRLGHT ENTEIfib 



Portal of the wooda. (H 815U, Aug. 1, 
1906. ) SSSS 

Pulpit ropk. (H 81507, Augl, 1906.) 

Bandy river and New Sharon, ( H 81517, 

Aug. 1, 1906. ) 8040 

Silvery Spray Ogunquit. (H 81504, Aug. 

1, lOOti.) 8941 

Sounding the rocka. (H 81505, Aug. 1, 

1906. ) 2942 

Thro' the sylvan eolitude. (H 81514, 

Aug. 1, 1906. ) e»4S 

Village of Ogunquit. (H 81498, Aug. 1, 

1906.) 2944 

2 c. each Ang. 13, 1906. 

Shattuck (L. E. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Croker (Kichard) jr.. and Captain John 
Clark aboard the Blvamer Saranac, on 
the upper Saranac Lake. Adirondack 
Mts. (H 81364, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906.) 294S 

Slevin (L. S.), Carmel, Cal. 

Miffiion of San Carloe. (H 81976, Aug. 

14, 1006; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 2946 

Stewart (Jane A.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Wiliard (FranceB E. ). (H 81702, Aug. 8, 
11106; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 2947 

Sweet brothers, Minneapolis, 

Minn. 

Twin City, eeriea H. (H 81772, Aug. 

10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 10, 1006.) 8048 

Tsncred ( Douglas) , Kent, 

Waah. 

Barren islands. (H 81412, July28, 1906.) 

2949 

Cordwood (laiup, Yukon river, Alaska. 

(H 81398, July 28, 1906.) 2960 

Eskimo children. (H 81399, July 28, 

1906.) 80S1 

Eskimo in kayak. (H 81400, July 28, 

1906. ) 2es2 

Fairweather range from Croaa sound. 

(H 81408, July 28, IfiO .) 2993 

Glaoier near Ssward, Alaska. ( H 81410, 

July 28, 1906. ) 29S4 

Indian tog house, Yukon river, Alaska. 

(H 81401, July 28, 1906.) 8955 

Little Yukon river Indian girl. (H 

81409, July 28, 1906.) 8956 

Mt. Fairweather. (H 81413, July 28, 

1906.) EOST 

Mt St. Eliaa. (H 81402, July 28, 1906.) 

295B 

Street of log houses, Tanana, Alaska. 

(U 81403, July 28, 1906.) 2050 



View in Chatham straits. ( H 81411, July 
28, 1906. ) »960 

White man's It^ house, Yukon river, 
Alaska. (H 81404, July 28, 1906.) 

89Q1 

Yukon river bank, above Nulato. ( H 

81405, July 28, 1906.) SBSS 
Yukon river bank, below Tanana. ( H 

81406, July 28, 1906.) 2968 
Yukon river steamer "Will H. leom" 

with tow of barges. (H 81407. July 
28, 1906. ) 2904 

2 c. each July 28, 1906. 

Thompson (VV. Charles), 
Columbia, Mo. 
Payette lake. No. 1, 2 and 3. ( H 81998- 
82000, Aug. 15, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 15, 
1906.) S969 

Thompson (William), New 

York, N. Y. 

Demolishing old Presbyterian church 

24th St. and Madison a ve. New York, 

from Metropolitan life insurance blilg. 

(H 81744, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2866 

Metro))olitan life insurance building 

block, .Madison ave. and 23rd st. New 

York. (H 81743, Aug. 9. 1906.) 2967 
Old and new Presbyterian churches 24th 

street and Madison ave. New York. 

(H 81746, Aug. 9, 1906.) S96S 

Tflkingdown spire of Presbyterian church 

24th et. and Madison ave.. New York. 

(H 81745, Aug. 9, 1906.) 2969 

2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast, Me, 
Bav street, Norlhport campground. (H 
820149, Aug, 16, 1906.) 8970 

Broadnay, Northport campground. (H 
82017, Aug. 16, 1906.) 2971 

no. 2. (H 82018, Aug. 16, 1906.) 

207K 

Fort Point Light. (H 82015, Aug. 16, 

1906. ) S97S 

Griffin street, Northport campground. 

(H 82013, Aug. 16, 1906.) 2974 

Northport hotel and Broadway. ( H 

82019, Aug. 16, 1906.) 8076 

Ruggel's park, Northport campground. 

(H 82016, Aug. 16, 1906.) 897ft 

2 c. each Aug. 16, 1906. 

Underwood and Underwood, 

New York. N. Y. 

U 92040; U 92044; U 92103; U 54508; U 

82979; U 82981-2; U 82986; U 8B219; 

V 8H239. (H 80251-80259. Julv 7, 

1906; 2 c. each July 7, 1906.) 8977 



PHOTOORAPHS 



168 



Underwood and Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
U 29868; U 40070; U 92503. ( H 80441- 
80443, July 10, 1906; 2 c. each July 10, 
1906. ) 2978 

r 90870; U 90877; U 90887; U 90912. (H 
80595-80598. July 16, 1906; 2 c. each 
July 16, 1906.) 8979 

U 92799; U 92803; U 937 9; U 33040; U 
91856-2; U 93047; U 93047-2; U 93440. 
(H 81253-81260, July 24, 1906; 2 c. 
each July 24, 1906. ) 8980 

U 54554; U 87321; U 87321-2; U 87328; 
U 87328-2; U 87347; U 87348; U 87348-2; 
U 87362; U 88015; U 88015-2; U 88039; 
U 88039-2; U 88061-2. (H 81384-81397, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. each July 30, 1906.) 

8981 

U 88182; U 92076; U 92598; U 93644. (H 
81588-81591, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. each 
Au^. 3, 1906. ) 8988 

U 57387; U 57731; U 57731-2; U 58123; 
U 58550; U 88628; U 88654; U 88658; 
U 88670; U 91575; U 91715; U 91722; 
U 91725; U 91727. (H 81657-81661, 
81667-81675, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. each 
AuR. 6, 1906. ) 8988 

U 59561; U 60453; U 88688; U 93052; U 
93053; U 93800. ( H 81758-81763, Aug. 
10, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 10, 1906.) 

8984 



Underwood and Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
U 59374 ; U 59724. ( H 8 1 965-81966, Aug. 
13, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 13, 1906.) 

8988 

Victor (Francis G. ), Lin- 
coln, Nehr. 
Nehraska state capitol. (H 81963, Aug. 
13, 1906; I c. Julv 30, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 
13, 1906.) ' 8988 

Watson (William R.), Roe- 
well, N. Mex. 
Canon of the Penasco. (H 81701, Aug. 
7, liH)6.) 8987 

In the SacramentoB. (II 81698, Aug. 7, 
1906.) 8988 

On the Ruidoeo. (H 81700, Aug. 7, 
1906. ) 8989 

Ruidoso creek. ( H 81699, Aug. 7, 1906. ) 

8990 

White mountain. (H 81697, Aug. 7, 
1906.) 8991 

2 c. each Aug. 7, 1906. 

White (Arthur H.), New 
Chstle Pa. 
Washington birthday party. (H 81695, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906; 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 8998 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 11,874 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Uoderthis heading is ^ven a list of the photograpbfl depopited according to law with application 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and mcxlels or denigns intended to be perfected as 
Tork8 of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copvright notice after each title is abbreviated. ThUM the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, '* Copyright by American bank note company. New York, N. Y. 
Class I, XXc, no. 18870, July 80, 1906; 1 photograph received July 80, 1906." 



American bank note com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Color grinder. A mediaeval color jrrinder 
grinding up vermillion. ( 1 1 8870, July 
30, 190«; 1 photo. July 30, 1906.) 

S99S 

American eolortype com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Little brown jug. Full face and three 
quarter figure of girl dressed in yellow ; 
organdie. (1 19034, Aug. 14, 1906; 1 i 
photo. Aug. 14, 1906.) 2994 , 

American lithographic com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
Auto girl. V. 51. Full face bust portrait 
of a young woman wearing an automo- 
bile coat. (I 18815, July 24, 1906; 1 
photo. July 24, 1906. ) 2996 

Autumn fruit. V. 59. Several bunches 
of luxuriant grapes. ( I 18851, Julv 27, 
1906; 1 photo. July 27, 1906. ) 2996 

Cherry girl. V. 55. Bust portrait of a 
heantiful voung woman. (I 18849, 
July 27, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 27, 1906.) 

2997 

Cupid's four-in-hand. An automobile 
coming towards the foreground. (I 
18892, July 31, 1906; 1 photo. July 31, 

EHza. V, 53. Standing figure of a voung 
woman having dark hair. (1 18816, 
July 24, 1906; 1 photo. July 24, 1906. ) 

2999 

nave some. V.54. Child coming towards 
the foreground wearing white s^ioes 
and socks. (I 19008, Aug. 9, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 9, 1906. ) 8000 

l*uritan girt. V. 62. Beautiful young 
woman clothed in summer costumed 
(I 19009, Aug. 9, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
9,1906.) SOOI 

^rplegirl. V. 56. Half length portrait 
of ydung woman in a reclining position. 
(I 18850, July 27, 1906; 1 photo. July 
27,1906.) 3002 

Screen giri. V. 50. Bust portrait of a 
beautiful young woman. (1 18814, July 
24, 1906; 1 photo. July 24, 1906.) 8003 



American lithographic com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
Smoker. V. 52. Bust portrait of a man 
wearing a soft felt hat. ( I 1S848, July 
27, 190(); 1 photo. July 27, 1906.) 8004 

Vasco Nunez. Half length figure of a 
man, probably a king. (I 19007, Aug. 
9, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 9. 1906.) 8006 

American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Bashful voung man with an old maid. 
A bashful young man dressed in even- 
ing suit. (I 18957, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 8006 

His last dollar. The race and the foul. 
A race track, grand stand. (I 18958, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

8007 

Man's broken promise. "Let me go to 
my baby." A young woman on her 
knees imploring a villianous man who 
grasps her bv one of her wrists. (I 
18951, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 
1906.) 3008 

Simon Burt. "I have been tricked, 

who are vou?" (I 18950, Aug. 6, 1906; 
1 photo.'Aug. 6, 1906.) 3009 

•Turnips. "Caught in your own trap." 



Young ladv at the door of a deserted 
hut. (I 18948, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 3010 

— Turnips. "You're a dead 'un Si- 
mon." A man in the act of doing 
bodily injurv to a voung woman. (I 
18949, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 
1906.) 3011 

"When a man breaks the law." 



Garden of a magnificent estate. (I 
18952, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 
1906.) 3012 

Old maid, an Irishman. An old maid 
addressing an Irishman. (I 18956, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

3013 

Shoplifter. If vou strike me Joe I'll 
kill vou. (I"']8872, Julv 30, 1906; 1 
photo. July 30, 1906.) 3014 

165 



166 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American show print com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Shoplifter. My G od there stands Edward 
Pavne. (I 18871, July 30, 1906; 1 
photo. July 30, 1906. ) 8015 

Unwritten law. * * Between two deaths. ' ' 
An artist's studio. (I 18953, Aug. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 3016 

"That letter is from my husband.'* 



Two women, one of whom is trying to 
obtain possession of a letter from the 
other. (1 18955, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 8017 

**We got caught in the rain." A 

young couple coming out of a rainstorm 
mto a restaurant. (I 18954, Aug. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 8018 

While Frisco burns. **Gee, lady, you 
sure do need a shave." Tramp dis- 
guised in the garb of a woman. (I 
18960, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 
1906.) 8019 

I have only this rag of a shelter to 



<( 



offer you as a home." A young officer 
of the army embracing his sweetheart. 
(I 18962, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
6, 1906. ) 8020 

I'm a real lady." A tramp dis- 



<iT» 



guised as a woman. (I 18959, Aug. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 8021 

"Say Mary you and I was made 

to go in the same frame." A foppish 
youth holding the hands of a girl. (I 
18961, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 
1906. ) 8022 

"Shoot the dog he's a looter." A 

young man dressed very shabbily, 
being shot bv soldiers. (1^18963, Aug. 
6, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 8028 

Young girl and boy in kitchen. A kitchen 
on a farm. (I 18964, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 8024 

Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing in form of horizontal panel 
with shaded background. (I 18988, 
Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 

8025 
in shape of a horizontal panel show- 

18991, 

1906.) 

8026 



ing several pairs of feet. (I 
Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 



— in the shape of a rectangle with a 
lady seated at one end in profile. ( I 
18989, Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 
1906. ) 8027 

— of a man standing, three-quarter 
front view. (I 18633, July 16, 1906; 1 
photo. July 16, 1906. ) 8028 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. • 

Pen drawing of a young man standing 

profile view, one elbow resting on a 

support. (I 18877, July 30, 1906; I 

photo. July 30, 1906. ) 8029 

of half figure of a man standing 



three-quarter, front view he is with- 
out a coat or hat. (1 18634, July 16, 
1906; 1 photo. July 16, 1906.} 3030 

— of man's head three-quart-ers front 
view. ( 1 19012, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 13, 1906.) 3031 



— of the half figure of a lady standing 
front view. (I 18990, Aug. 8, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 8032 

of the head and shoulder of a lady 



profile view. (I 19003, Aug. 8, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 8033 

— of three-fourth figure of a lady stand- 
ing about front view. (I 19004, Aug. 
8, 1906; 1 photo.^Aug. 8, 1906.) 8034 

of two ladies enclosed in rectangular 



panel formed bv grape vines. ( 1 19001, 
Aug. 8, 1906; i photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 

8036 

— showing a boy standing nearly front 
view with his hand in his coat pocket. 
(I 19013, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
13, 1906. ) 8036 

showing a boy standing profile view. 



He wears an overcoat. (I 18997, Aug 
8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906. ) 8037 

— showing a ladv seated, front view. 
(I 18642, July 16,* 1906; 1 photo. 9n\y 
16, 1906.) 8038 



— showing a lady seated in an uphol- 
stered chair. (I 18993, Aug. 8, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 8039 

showing a lady seated, three quarter 



front view. (I 18641, Julv 16, 1906; 1 
photo. July 16, 1906. ) * 8040 

showing a lady sitting three quarters 



front view, she wears street costume. 
(I 19021, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
13, 1906.) 8041 

showing a lady standing front view 



at the foot of a stairway. (I 18640, 
July 16, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 16, 1906.) 

8042 

— showing a lady walking, she wears 

street costume. (I 18638, July 16, 

1906; 1 photo. July 16, 1906.) 8048 



— showing a large room with fireplace. 
(I 18996, Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
8, 1906. ) 8044 

showing a man standing front view. 



one hand in his trousers pocket. (I 
19011, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 
1906. ) 8045 



FINE ART8 



167 



Bames-Croeby company, 

Chicaj3:o, 111. 

Pen drawing showing a man standing 

nearly front view, he carries a cane. ( I 

19014, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 

1906.) *^ %04i 

— ;- showing a man standing nearly front 
view resting one elbow on a support. 
(1 18995, Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
8,1906.) *^ S047 

showing figure of a man standing 

front view, leaning one elbow on a 
desk. (1 18998, Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 8, 1906. ) 8048 

showing five ladies in a row. ( I 

19000, Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 
1906.) 3049 

showing four ladies standing in a 

row. (I 19002, Aug. 8, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 8, 1906. ) 3050 

showing four men and lady in various 

positions. (I 18810, July 23, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 1906.) 8051 

showing four persons, two ladies and 

two gentlemen. (I 18637, July 16, 
1906; 1 photo. July 16, 1906.) 8052 

showing four ladies standing in a 

row, one is in profile view. (I 19022, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 1906.) 

8058 

showing full figure of a man stand- 
ing nearly front view. (I 18999, Aug. 
8, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 8054 

showing half figure of a man hold- 
ing a tennis racket. ( 1 18632, Julv 16, 
1906; 1 photo. July 16, 1906.) 8055 

showing half figures of three ladies 

in winter costume. (I 18635, July 16, 
1906; 1 photo. July 16. 1906.) 8056 

showing head and bust of lady front 

view. (1 18813, Julv 23, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 23, 1906. ) ' 8057 

— showing head and shoulders of a 
lady. She wears a fur })oa. (118885, 
July 30, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 30, 1906.) 

8058 

— showing head and shoulders of man 
profile view. (I 18992, Aug. 8, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906. ) 8059 

— showing head and shoulders of a 
lady three quarters front view. (I 
19017, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 
1906. ) 3060 

— showing head and shoulders of a 
man in profile. He wears a straw sailor 
hat. (I 18880, Julv 30, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 30, 1906. ) ' 3061 

— showing head and shoulders of man 
profile view. Wears straw hat. collar 
and tie. (I 18807, July 23, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 1906.) 3062 



Barneu-Oosby company, 
Chicago, III. 
Pendrawingshowing heads and shoulders 
of two ladies. (1 1901H, Aug. 13, 1906 1; 
photo. Aug. 13, 1906.) 8068 

showing interior of a Moorish em- 
porium. (1 18()39, July 16, 1906; 1 
photo. July 16, 1906.) 8064 

showing interior of a room ami a 

dining table. (I 19016, Aug. 13, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 8065 

showing lady leaning with elbow on 



ade.Mk. ( 1 18886, July :^), 1906; 1 photo. 
July 30, 1906.) 8066 

— showing ladv seate<i in profile on a 
bench. ( I 18805, July 23, 190(i; 1 photo. 
July 23, 1906.) 8067 

— showing lady standing front view, 
one arm akimlx). (I 18SH3, Julv 30, 
1906; 1 photo. July 30, HHHi.) *8068 

showing lady standing in bath r(M)m. 



Wears bath nilw. (I 18S()8, Julv 23, 
1906; 1 photo. July 23, 1906.) 8069 

showing ladv standing in foreground, 

back view. (1 18803, Julv 23, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 190<>. ) 8070 

— showing ladv standing three quarter 
front view. (I 18804, July 23, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 1906.) 8071 

— showing lady walking, front view. 
She carries a i)arasol. (1 18881, July 
30, 1906; 1 photo. July 30, 1906. ) 8072 

— showing little girl sitting up in bed. 
(I 18806, July 23, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 
23, 1906.) 8073 

— showing man standing front view 
inside railing of a vessel. (I 18878, 
July 30, 1906; 1 photo. July 30, 1906.) 

3074 

— showing man walking. He wears a 
single breasted sack suit. (I 18879, 
July 30, 1906; 1 photo. July 30, 1906.) 

3075 
showing room full of furniture. (I 



18636, July 16, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 16, 
1906. ) 3076 

— showing seven ladies' heads in a 
row. (I 18888, July 30, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 30, 1906. ) 3077 

— showing the heads of three ladies 
grouped in triangularposition. ( 1 19015, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 1906.) 

3078 

— showing the interior of a room. (I 
19019, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 
1906. ) 3079 

— showing three bovs standing in open 
field. (I 18809, July 23, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 23, 1906.) 3080 

— showing three ladies standing in a 
row. All are in street costume. (I 
18812, July 23, 1906; 1 photo. July 23, 
1906. ) 3081 



168 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing showing three men's heads, 
front view. (I 18t531, July 16, 1906; 1 
photo. July 16, 1906. ) 8082 

showing three quarter figures of 

three ladies. (I 18994, Aug. 8, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906. ) 8088 

showing two ladies before a table. 



(I 19020, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
13, 1906. ) 8084 

— showing five ladies standing in a 
row. Three of them wear long coats. 
(I 18887, July 30, 1906; 1 photo. July 
30, 1906.) 8085 

showing two ladies standing one at 



either side of a room. (I 18884, July 
30, 1906; 1 photo. July 30, 1906.) 8086 

— showing two thirds figure of a lady 
standing front view. ( 1 18882, July 30, 
1906; 1 photo. July 30, 1906.) 8087 

— showing two men on board a vessel. 



(1 18811, July 23, 1906; 1 photo. July 
23, 1906. ) 8088 

showing two thirds figure of lady 



front view. (I 18802, July 23, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 1906. ) 8089 

Bittenbender (Jas. B.), 
Washington, D. C. 
Canopy memorial monument. Founda- 
tion base, name base, die with a fluted 
column. (I 18897, Aug. 1, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 1, 1906.) 8090 

Bloch brothers tobacco co., 
Wheeling, W. Va. 
Cowboy. Cowbov standing beside his 
horse. (1 18981,' July 17, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 17, 1906.) 8091 

Caddick (William T. ), Rome, 
N. Y. 
I'm going back to nature. A middle- 
aged man parti all v bald. (I 18980, 
June 11, 1906; 1 photo. June 11, 1906.) 

8092 

Celi (Peter), Woodlawn, 

N. Y. 

Barre, Vermont granite monument, die of 

which has three columns.^ (I 18894, 

Aug. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 1, 1906.) 

8098 

Crane (J. W.), Xew York, 
N. Y. 
Evening in the harbor Dordrecht. Early 
evening scene in the harbor of Dor- 
drecht. (I 19037, Aug. 14, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 14, 1906.) 3094 

Crowell publishing co., 
Springfield, Ohio. 
Girl on the sea shore. Cover design for 
the Woman's Home Companion, Sep- 
tember, 1906. (I 18987, Aug. 8, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906. ) 3095 



Dubuque altar mfg. com- 
pany, Dubuque, Iowa. 
Gothic main altar no. 314. Table sup- 
ported by two small columns at each 
end. (I 19023, Aug. 13, 1906.) 8096 

Roman main altar. No. 527 Table of 
altar supported on four roped columns 
with caps. (I 19024, Aug. 13, 1906.) 

3097 

No. 568 Table supported by 4 



tapering ornamental columns. (I 
19025, Aug. 13, 1906. ) 8098 

No. 1321 Table supported by 



double columns at each end with 
carved caps. (1 19026, Aug. 13, 1906. ) 

8099 

No. 1324 Table supported by two 



columns, diagonal carving. (I 19027, 
Aug. 13, 1906.) 8100 

1 photo, each Aug. 13, 1906. 

Dunsmore (John Ward), 
New York, N. Y. 
1776. Interior: Kitchen colonial house; 
soldier. (I 19031, Aug. 14, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 8101 

Eaton (C. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Twilight on the canal near Bruges Sum- 
mer landscape. In foreground is a lake 
with trees. (I 19035, Aug. 14, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 14, 1906.) 8108 

Fagan (Jas.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Rhoda. H ead and bust of young woman, 

head turned nearly full faced. (1 

19036, Aug. 14, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 14, 

1906. ) 8108 

Fairbanks (E. &. T.) & co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
Builders' plan. A 46 ft. 150 ton, 4 sec- 
tions, iron frame railway track scale. 
(I 18744, Julv 21, 1906; 1 blueprint 
July 21, 1906.) 8104 

A 64 ft. 100 ton 6 sections iron 

frame railway track scale of the com- 
mercial type. (I 18895, Aug. 1, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 1, 1906.) 8105 

Detail plan. A 46 ft. 150 ton 4 sections, 
iron frame railway track scale. (I 
18746, July 21, 1906; 1 blueprint July 
21,1906.) 8106 

Foundation plan. A 46 ft. 150 ton 4 sec- 
tions, iron frame railway track sc^le. 
(I 18745, July 21, 1906; 1 blueprint 
July 21, 1906. ) 8107 

A 64 ft. 100 ton, 6 sections iron frame 



railwav track scale. (I 18896, Aug. 1, 
1906; i photo. Aug. 1, 1906.) 8108 



FINK ABTS 



169 



Friend brothers clothiDgco., 
Milwaukee, Wis. 
Portrait no 1. Two young men watch- 
ing a foot^ball player. (I 1^16, Aug. 
3, 1906. ) S109 

no 2 Two young men. (I 18917, 

Aug. 3, 1906.) " SllO 

no 3 Shows left hand figure young 



man seated holding newspaper. (1 
18918, Auk. 3, 1906. ) 8111 

1 photo, each July 26, 1906. 

no. 4. Two young men standing at 

a railing. (I 18919, Aug. 3, 1906; 1 
photo. July 23, 1906.) 8118 

no. 5. Two young men. (I 18920, 

Aug. 3, 1906.) 3118 

no. 6. Two young men standing at 

a railing of ferry boat. (I 18921, Aug. 
3, 1906.) 8114 

no. 7. Group of 4 people. (1 18922, 

Aug. 3, 1906.) 8116 

no. 8. Group of 3 students. (I 

18923, Aug. 3, 1906.) 8116 

no. 9. Two young men standing on 

steps. (I 18924, Aug. 3, 1906.) 8117 

no. 10. Two young men standing at 

desk. (I 18925, Aug. 3, 1906.) 8118 

no. 11. Young lady seated at left, 

two gentlemen standing before her. ( I 
18926, Aug. 3, 1906.) 8119 

no. 12. Two students descending 

stairs. (I 18927, Aug. 3, 1906.) 8120 

1 photo, of each July 26, 1906. 

Heugels (Henry C), Wau- 
kesha, Wis. 
Automobile wheel having wings out- 
stretched. (I 18853, July 28, 1906; 1 
photo. July 28, 1906.) 3121 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
After glow. Winter, snow on the ground, 
showing two houses. (1 18941, Aug. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 6, 1906.) 3122 

At the watering place Three horses 
drinking at brook. (I 18913, Julv 18, 
1906; 1 photo. July 18, 1906.) 8123 

Canvas back duck. A large canvas back 
duck standing on rock. (I 18592 
July 12, 1906; 1 photo. July 12, 1906. ) 

3124 

Coast at Marblehead. Marine view with 
rocky coast. (I 18911, July 18, 1906; 
1 photo. July 18, 1906. ) 3125 

Coming into port. Large steamer in fore- 
ground going in port. (I 18910, July 
18, 1906; 1 photo. July 18, 1906. ) 3126 

Great homed owl. Sitting on limb of a 
tree. (1 18906, July 18, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 18, 1906. ) 3127 



Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Head of the cove. Log houses on shore 
of bay. (I 18947, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 818S 

Honest toil. Inside of a blacksmith 
shop. (I 18946, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 8189 

Hound. Painting of head of a hound. 
(I 18905. Julv 18, 1906; 1 photo. July 
18,1906.) ' 8180 

In northern clime. A herd of sheep in 
winter pasturage. (I 18593, July 12, 
1906; 1 photo. July 12, 1906.) 8181 

Mary and her lambs. Four sheep and a 
little girl. (I 1S5S9, July 12, 1H)6; 
1 photo. July 12, mm.) 8188 

Never failing friend. Man lighting pipe. 
(I 18902, Julv 18, 1906; 1 photo. July 
18, 1906.) 8188 

No sport like an old sport. Two sleighs 
racing in foreground. (I 185W, July 
12, 1906; 1 photo. July 12, 190(t. ) 8184 

Old mill dam. Old mill by the side of a 
dam in foreground. (I 18909, July 18, 
1906; 1 photo. July 18, 1906.) 8136 

Pointer. Pointer dog's head holding a 
quail in its n»outh. (I 18907, Julv 18, 
1906; 1 photo. July 18, Hm.) *818e 

Rabbit. Sitting on back legs in fore- 
ground. (I 18945, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 3187 

Range riders. Two men on horseback. 
(I 18908, July 18, 1906; 1 photo. July 
18, 1906.) 3138 

Street in Antwerp. Shows a thorough- 
fare in Antwerp. (I 18903, Julv 18, 
1906; 1 photo. July 18, 1906.) '3139 

Sun's last ravs. A woman and dog in 
foreground.' (I 18591, Julv 12, 1906; 
1 photo. July 12, 1906.) ' 8140 

Trout. Large brook trout breaking from 
Hue. (1 18904, Julv 18, 1906; 1 photo. 
July 18, 1906.) 3141 

Well done. Man gunning. (I 18912, 
July 18, 1906; 1 photo. Julv 18, 1906.) 

3142 

Kauffmann & Strauss co.. 
New York, N. Y. 
Clown. Upper portion of a clown's head 
with a fool's cap on. (I 18611, July 
14, 1906.) 3143 

Cow))ov. Upper portion of a man's head 
with red hat on. (I 18612, July 14, 
1906.) 3144 

Old woman. Upper portion of an old 
woman's head wearing a morning bon- 
net. (I 18613, July 14, 1906.) 3145 



170 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTEIE8 



Kauffmann & Strauss co., 
New York, N. Y. 
"Sailor. Upper portion of a sailor's head, 
blue cape on. ( 1 18614, July 14, 1906. ) 

3146 

1 photo, of each July 14, 1906. 

Kohn brothers, Chicago, 111. 
■Club scene. The reception room of a 
modern club. ( I 1 8930, J uly 23, 1906. ) 

8147 
Fraternity room scene. Elaborately fur- 
nished room containing a splendid 
piano. (118929, July 23, 1906.) 8148 

Ice scene. In the foreground at left a 
man seated on a log. (1 18931, July 
23,1906.) 8149 

-Outdoor winter scene. A street on a 
winter day when the ground is well 
covered with snow. (1 18933, July 23, 
1906.) 8160 

Street scene. A crowded thoroughfare 
during the day. (I 18932, July 23, 
1906.) *8151 

1 photo, of each July 23, 1906. 

Kuppenheimer (B. ) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Figure of man and woman, man walking 
on right of woman. F. (1 18970, Aug. 
6, 1906.) 8152 

Figures of two men with dog in fore- 
ground. G. ( I 18971, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

8158 

Figures of two men. I. (I 18973, Aug. 
6,1906.) 3154 

Group of two men and one woman. J. 
(I 18974, Aug 6, 1906.) 8165 

Group of two men and one woman, 
woman in center. H. (I 18972, Aug. 
6,1906.) 8156 

Group showing three figures two male, 
one female. C. (II 8967, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

8157 

Group showing three figures, two men 
and one woman. D. (I 18968, Aug. 
6,1906.) 8168 

Showing two men right hand figure pass- 
ing cigarette to figure on left. A. ( I 
18965, Aug. 6, 1906.) 8159 

Two figures man and woman, man has 
cane under left arm. N. (I 18978, 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 8160 

Two figures of men showing back view. 
B. (I 18966, Aug. 6, 1906.) 8161 

Two figures one man, one woman latter 
with parasol. E. (I 18969, Aug. 6, 
1906.) 8162 

Two male figures; left hand figure seated 
on arm of chair. 0. (1 18979, Aug. 6, 
1906.) 8168 

man on left reading message. K. 

(I 18975, Aug. 6, 1906.) 8164 



Kuppenheimer (B. ) & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Two male figures; one in Prince Albert 
coat. M. ( I 18977, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

3165 

seated. L. (1 18976, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

3166 
1 photo, of each Aug. 6, 1906. 

Life publishing company. 

New York, N. Y. 

After the wreck — Not as in fiction. 

Stretch of beach after a storm. (I 

19028, Aug. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 13, 

1906.) 3167 

Lowney (Walter M.) com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
American beauties. A glass vase of 
beautiful American beauty roses. (I 
18838, July 27, 1906; 1 photo. July 27, 
1906.) 3168 

Moller (Ludwig), Lubeck, 
Germany. 
Luther (Martin) Bust picture. (I 
19005, Aug. 9, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 9, 
1906.) 3169 

National art company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Rippling brook. Pasture scene; lar^^e 
brook running through centre. (I 
19032, Aug. 14, 1906.) 3170 

Sheep pasture Autumn scene in meadow ; 
setting sun in background. (I 19033, 
Aug. 14, 1906.) 3171 

1 photo, of each Aug. 14, 1906. 

Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Gothic high altar. 10593. A base step 
supporting a table. (I 18625, May 14, 
1906; 1 photo. May 14, 1906.) 8172 

20016, three steps supporting a table. 

(I 18629, May 14, 1906; 1 photo. May 
14. 1906.) 8173 

20017, three steps of unequal length 



supporting a table. (I 18630, May 14, 
1906; 1 photo. May 14, 1906.) 8174 

Gothic main altar, no. 20036. A base 
supporting a table having a column at 
each side. (I 18830, July 26, 1906: 1 
photo. July 26, 1906. ) 3176 

Gothic pedestal, 10757, a step supporting 
two pedestals. (I 18626, May 14, 1906; 
1 photo. May 14, 1906.) 8176 

Gothic stall, no. 11103. A step or base 
having a column at each side. ( 1 1 8831 , 
July 26, 1906; 1 photo. July 26, 1906.) 

8177 

no. 11104. A base or step upon 

w^hich rest two Dillars. (1 18832, July 
26, 1906; 1 photo. July 26, 1906. ) 8178 

Romanesque pedestal, 10758. Two steps 
of unequal length supporting two col- 
umns. (1 18627, May 14, 1906; 1 photo. 
May 14, 1906.) 3179 



VINE ABT9 



171 



Phillips (T. F.) company, 
Dubuque, Iowa. 
Bomanesque side altar. 10952. Step eup- 
porting a Uble. (I 18628, May 14, 
1906; 1 photo. May 14, 1906. ) SISO 

Romanesque stall, no. 11105. A base 
with a column on each side. ( I 18833, 
July 26, 1906; 1 photo. July 26, 1906. ) 

8181 

Prochdzka ( Ferdinand ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Escutcheon. Monument rises on a plat- 
form and forms above this a pedestal of 
modern renaissance. ( 1 18743, July 21, 
1906.) 8188 

Try pod. Monument rises on a platform 
and forms above this a |)edestal of pure 
classical desig:n. (I 18742, July 21, 
1906. ) 8188 

1 photo, of each July 21, 1906. 

Reichard (Theophilus), Ala- 
meda, Cal. 
San Francisco fire. Panoramic view from 
the bay. (I 18890, July 11, 1906; 1 
photo. July 11, 1906.) 8184 

Richardson (W. E.), Clin- 
ton, Iowa. 
Dog listening. Sitting on his hind quar- 
ters. The ears are cocked. (I 18834, 
July 11, 1906; 1 photo. July 11, 1906.) 

8186 

Stegosaums. A prehistoric quadruped 

animal. (I 188:«, July 27, 1908; 1 

photo. July 27, 1906.) 8186 

Spiel vogel { Emil ) , New York, 
N. Y. 
Dutch market at Sluis showing the main 
street. (1 19006, Aug. 9, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 9, 1906.) 8187 

Sweeny (William Koch), 
Baltimore, Md. 
Adam and Eve. Two apes seated upon 
the ground. (I 19010, Aug. 11, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 11, 1906.) 8188 

Symmons (I. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
American beauty. Bust of lady, shoul- 
ders exposed. (1 18777, July 21, 1906. ) 

8189 
Austerity. Bust of lady, curl over right 
shoulder. (I 18780, July 21, 1906.) 

8190 

Beautv and the beast. Ladv and goat. 

(I 18775, July 21, 1906. ) " 8191 

Belle Helene. Lady full figure. (I 
18791, July 21, 1906.) 8192 

Butterflies. Two girls on lawn. (I 
18735, July 21, 1906. ) 8198 

California maid. Little girl long curly 
hair. (I 18785, July 21, 1906.) 8194 



Symmons (I. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Cherub. Child holding curtain back 
with left hand. (I 18776, Julv 21, 
1906. ) * 8196 

Childish glee. Child in wockIh gathering 
flowers. (I 18767, Julv 21, 1906.) 

8196 

Clarise. Lady holding head back {M)ke 
bonnet tied under chin. (I 1H798, 
July 21, 1906.) 8197 

Coming chauffeur. Little girl sitting in 
automobile. (I 18789, July 21, 1906.) 

8198 

Comparing notes. Two newspaper t)ovs. 
(I 18790, July 21, 1906.) 8199 

Coquetrv. Girl large hat with feather. 
(I 18770, July 21, 1906.) 8800 

Countrv maid. (Tirl wild roses on hat. 
( I 18761, July 21, 1906. ) 8801 

Dolly V^arden. Head of girl with poke 
bonnet. (118729, July 21,1906.) 8808 

Dreaming. Bust of lady, left hand hold- 
ing dress on left shoulder. (118740, 
July 21, 1906.) 8808 

Duchess. Bust of lady shoulders ex- 
posed ruffle of lace on bodice. (I 
18734, July 21, 1906.) 8804 

Evangeline. Two men and a young 
lady going to church. (I 18788, July 
21, 1906.) 8806 

Frivoltv. Ballet girl dancing. (118774, 
July 21, 1906.) 8206 

Game of cards. Two old men sitting on 
boxes. (I 18769, July 21, 1906.) 8207 

Happv child. Figure of child large hat 
curly hair. (I 18792, Julv 21, 19(H5. ) 

8208 

Horsewoman. Woman in riding habit. 
(I 18764, July 21, 1906.) 8209 

Ideal hello girl. Little girl in white 
dress. (1 18784, July 21, 1906. ) 8210 

Idealism. Three quarter figure of woman 
reclining. (I 18728, July 21, 1906. ) 

3211 

In the shadows. Three quarter figure of 
a woman with low cut bodice. (I 
18726, July 21, 1906.) 8212 

In the streets of Venice. Two women 
standing in front of street fountain. 
(I 18737, July 21, 1906. ) 3213 

Inviting. Lady full figure standing 
against pole. (I 18772, Julv 21, 1906. ) 

3214 

Iris. Ladv sitting, holding bunch of 
roses. (I 18794, July 21, 1906. ) 3216 

Maid of the mist. Girl looking over left 
shoulder. (I 18731, July 21, 1906.) 

3216 

Matinee girl. Ladv } figure large hat 

with feather. (1*18779, July 21, 1906. ) 

3217 



172 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Symmons (I. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Meditation. Bust of woman low cut 
bodice. (1 18732, July 21, 1906.) 

8218 

Merry pair. Lady and goat. (I 18778, 

July 21, 1906.) 8219 

Mischief. Little girl sitting on floor with 
a lot of boxes. (1 18765, July 21, 1906. ) 

8220 

Morning call. Little girl at phone. ( I 
18773, July 21, 1906.) 8221 

Morninsr dip. Two girls on rock in bath- 
ing suits. (1 18736, July 21, 1906.) 

8222 

Musical pair. Two boys sitting on log 
one whistling. (1 18762, July 21, 1906.) 

8228 

Old kids. Group of goats in foot ball cos- 
tume. (I 18795, July 21, 1906.) 8224 

On mischief bent. Girl in swing large 
hat tied under chin. (1 18760, Julv 21, 
1906. ) 3225 

Penn girl. Girl with large hat. (I 18766, 
July 21, 1906.) 8226 

Princess. Girl, hair parted. (I 18763, 
July 21, 1906.) 8227 

Presenting his credentials. Group of 
men around table. (I 18787, July 21, 
1906.) 8228 

Purity. Child, curly hair parted in cen- 
tre wild roses in hair. (I 18781, July 
21, 1906.) 8229 

Reminiscences. Two old men sitting on 
bench paring branches. (1 18759, July 
21, 1906.) 8280 

Reverie. Bust of lady, shoulders exposed. 
(I 18733, July 21, 1906.) 8281 

Show girl. Ballet girl sitting down. (I 
18783, July 21, 1906.) 8232 

Silent toast. Girl f figure shoulders ex- 
posed fan in left hand. (I 18771, July 
21, 1906.) 3233 

Social call. Lady full figure large hat 
holding closed parasol. (I 18796, Julv 
21, 1906.) 8234 

Society belle. Bust of lady cape thrown 
around shoulder.^. (1 18768, July 21, 
1906.) 3236 

Solitude. Bust of woman both shoulders 
exposed. (1 18739, July 21, 1906.) 

3236 

Springtime. Full size figure of a woman. 
(I 18727, July 21, 1906.) 3237 

Stolen glance. Figure of woman fixing 
garter. (1 18738, July 21, 1906.) 3238 

To your health. Lady J figure holding 
glass. (1 18741, July 21, 1906.) 3239 



Symmons (I. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Violet girl. Bust of lady, veil around 
hat. (I 18793, July 21, 1906.) 8240 

Winner of the brush. Ladv in riding 
habit. ( I 18786, July 21 , 1906. ) 8241 

Wistfulness. Bust of lady shoulders ex- 
posed large hat with roses. (I 18797, 
July 21, 1906.) 3242 

Yatching girl. Lady knitted jacket, out- 
ing hat. (118782, July 21, 1906.) 8243 

Young hearts. Figure of two girls. (I 
18730, July 21, 1906. ) 3244 

1 photo, of each July 21, 1906. 

Winchester repeating arms 

company, New Haven, 

Conn. 

Trapper and wolves. Winter scene. (I 

18934, Aug. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 4, 

1906. ) 3246 

Wolf & CO., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
A la fran^ise. Lady, poke bonnet. (I 
18715, July 21, 19U6.) 3246 

Absorbed. Lady sitting reading book. 
(I 18723, July 21, 1906.) 3247 

Arrogance. Lady bust full figure. (I 
18718, July 21, 1906.) 3248 

Artist's model. Lady } figure profile 
flowing hair. (I 18704, July 21, 1906. ) 

8249 

Asters. Bunch of asters. (1 18693, July 
21, 1906.) 3260 

Awaiting her cue. Ballet girl sitting. 
(I 18751, July 21, 1906.) 3261 

Ballet girl sitting, right leg crossed over 
left knee. (I 18696, July 21, 1906.) 

8262 

Beau ideal. Bust of lady. ( 1 18713, July 
21, 1906.) 3263 

Behind the scenes. Lady full figure hold- 
ing up dress with left hand. (I 18692, 
July 21, 1906. ) 8264 

Bust of lady, flowing hair. (1 18752, July 
21, 1906.) 3256 

Carmencita. Girl full flgure attired in 
Spanish costume. (I 18681, July 21, 
1906. ) 8266 

Classic pose. Bust of lady shoulders ex- 
posed flowers in hair. (I 18724, July 
21,1906.) 8267 

Chrysanthemums. A spray of chrysan- 
themums. (I 18690, July 21, 1906. ) 

8268 
Connoisseur. Dude with sunflower in i 
buttonhole. (I 18700, July 21, 1906.) 

3269 

Debutante. Bust of lady dark hair, 

pompadour. (I 18714, July 21, 1906. ) 

8260 



FINE ABTH 



173 



Wolf & CO., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Egyptian maid. Girl attire<l in Egyptian 
coetume. (I 18697, July 21, l\m. ) 

8261 

Elysium. Two ladies in boat Cupid at 

helm. (I 18722, July 21, 1906.) S268 

Eonice. Bust of la<lv full face flowing 
hair. (I 18705, July 21, 190(). ) 8863 

Expectancy. Lady i fiijnre leaning on 
table large hat. (I 18750, July 21, 
1906.) '8864 

Feeding time. Child holding cup in one 
hand. ( I 18678, July 21, 1906. ) 8866 

Gaiety. Ladv f fijrure long gloves. (I 
18694, July*21, 1906.) 8866 

Gainsborough. Girl large Gainsborough 
hat, long gloves. (1 18710, July 21, 
1906. ) * 8867 

God of love. Two girls at bank of river. 
(1 18725, July 21, 1906.) 8868 

Gossipere. Four kittens at a table. (I 
18684, July 21, 1906.) 8869 

Grace. Bust of woman hands orosm^d on 
breast. (I 18677, July 21, 1906.) 8270 

Harvest time. Lady } figure flowing 
hair. (I 18vS22, July 21, 1906.) 8871 

Heavenly twins. Little boy and girl. 
(1 18698, July 21, 1906. ) 3278 

Hounds. Group of hunters in cross 
country hunt. (I 18703, July 21, 1906.) 

8273 

In arcadv. Two ladies by lake. (I 
18717, July 21, 1906.) 8274 

Innocence. Child holding hat with both 
hands. ( 1 18695, July 21, 1906. ) 8276 

Juanita. Crirl mantilla over head curl 
over right shoulder. (1 18716, July 
21, 1906. ) 8276 

Jano. Child full face flowing hair. (I 
18720, July 21, 1906.) 8277 

King. Lion lying on ground. (1 18758, 
July 21, 1906.) 8278 

Ladv Bountiful. Lady holding bunch of 
flowers. (1 18687, July 21, 1906.) 8279 

Likely tale. Three old men sitting at 
table. (1 18755, July 21, 1906. ) 3280 

Lilies. Jar of lilies of the valley. (I 
18686, July 21, 1906.) 8281 

Leve letter. Girl leaning back on pil low. 
(1 18712, July 21, 1906.) 8282 

Meet (The). Group of hunters, group of 
dogs. (1 18702, July 21, 1906.) 3283 

On the quiet. Man in evening dre^s 
standing on stairs. (I 18683, July 21, 
1906. ) 8284 

Posing. Child sitting on chair. ( 1 18823, 
July 21, 1906. ) 3286 



Wolf & CO., Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Patience. (iirl, full fa(^, large hat, 
rto wen* over shoulder. (1 lh708, July 
21, 1906. ) 8886 

Pea<*e. (iirl full face hair parte<l in cen- 
ter cap on head. (1 1H7U7, July 21, 
1906.) 8887 

Perusal (The). <iirl reading b<K)k. (I 
18719, July 21, UHX). ) 8888 

Plavmateti. Child holding a kitten. (I 
18()S2, July 21, nKi6. ) 8889 

Prairies. Five hnnn^spnl ling wag* m acn)fl8 
prairie. (1 18749, July 21, 19(H).) 

8890 

Repnne. Bust of ladv looking Me wavn. 
(I 18709, July 21, liH)*). ) 8891 

Retn>8pectiye. Blacksmith at work in 
hhop. (I 18688, July 21, UHMk ) 8898 

Roses. Jar of rost^s stan<ling on email 
table. (I 18680, July 21, im)6. ) 8898 

Roval ladv. Bust of ladv shonhlers i*x- 
posed. '(I 18711, JuIvLm, 19(K>. ) 8894 

Siren. Bust of ladv flowing hair. (I 
18756, July 21, U«i6. ) 8896 

Star. Ladv j figure larjie hat tit»d on 
left hand' side. ( 1 18079, Julv 21, HKXi. ) 

8896 
Sweet Kathrvnc. BiiKt of woman flow- 
ing hair. \l 18747, Julv 21, UHK).) 

8297 

Three little maids. Three chihlren in 

basket of holly. (1 1875S, Julv 21, 

1906.) 3297* 

Topers. Four dogs at ))ar. (I 1S(>S9, 
July 21, 19(Mi.) 3298 

Tramjiiility. Fi<:iire of woman sitting 
holding incenne burner. (1 18701,. lulv 
21, 1906.) 3299 

Tulips. Ba^-iket of tulips lar^^e bow on 
lid. (1 187;")7, July 21, 1906. ) 3300 

Two of a kind. Little bov and girl. (I 
18H99, July 21, UHM). ) * 3301 

Viok-b^. Basket of violets. (1 1HS24, 
July 21, 190H.) 3302 

Waiting for a tip. Waiter man stand- 
ing. (I 18(>8o, July 21, 190(5.) 3303 

Western I )elle. Indian girl in canoe. (I 
18748, July 21, 1906.) 3304 

Westward Ho! Soldier girl on horse- 
back. (I 187o4, July 21, 190H.) 3305 

When hearts are trum|)s. l^iidv sitting 
on table. (118721, July 21, 1906. 3306 

Youthful mother. Child sitting on chair 
beside table. (I 18706, Julv 21, 1906. ) 

3307 
Youthful traveller. Little girl walking 
beside wall. (I 18691, Julv 21, 1906. 
1 photo, of each July 21,*1906. 






Nomber of entries of Fine arts completed bv the de])osit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 " 2,713 



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51st CONGRESS, 2VD SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 10 

September 6, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



COLLEGE^ 

SEP 27 1906 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arrani^ed alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To aav^e space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, wonld read, "Copyright bv George M. Bearce, San Antonio, Tex. Class F, 
XXc, no. 44840, July 5. 1906; 2 copies received Aug! 21, 1906." 



Bearce ( Georjje M. ) , San An- 
tonio, Tex. 
Ball fight handkerchief case. (F 44840, 
Jaly 5, 1906. ) SS08 

Mexican eagle. (F 44841, Jnly 5, 1906.) 

8809 
2 c. each Aug. 21, 1906. 

Botz & sons, Sedalia, Mo. 
Missouri Pacific shops, Sedalia, Mo. (F 
44842, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug 22, 1906.) 

8810 

Buster Brown company, 
Chicago, III. 
Have a fit. (F 44678, July 31, 1906; 2 c. 
July 31, 1906.) 8811 

Cook (H. T.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Ahsence makes the heart grow fonder. 
(F 43972, June 23, 1906; 1 c. July 18, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 8812 

Craven (E. E.) & co., Mont- 
pelier, Vt. 
After work. ( F 44844, Aug. 22, 1906 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8818 

Dawson salts and water 

company, Dawson 

Springs, Ky. 

Devils canyon, Dawson Springs, Ky. (F 

44806, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 

1906.) 8314 

Greetings from Dawson Springs. (F 
44333, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 8815 

Old water mill and dam, Dawson Springs, 
Ky. (F 44805, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8816 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Along the docks, Put-in-Bay, Ohio. 
9856. (F 44853, Aug. 22, 1906.) 8817 

And he named her from the river, from 
the waterfall he named her, Minne- 
haha, Laughing Water. 5639. (F 
44847, Aug. 22, 1906.) 8818 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Fishing below the locks, Sault Ste. Marie, 
Mich. 9128. (F 44852, Aug. 22, 1906.) 

8819 

Harbor Point from Harbor Springs, Mich. 
10021. (F 44855, Aug. 22, 1906. 8820 

Hotel Victorv, Put-in-Bav, Ohio. 5102. 
( F 44846, Aug. 22, 1906' ) 8821 

Main street, Rochester, N. Y. 8461 (F 
44850, Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8822 

Minneapolis, Minn. 10231. (F 44857, 
Aug. 22, 1906.) 8828 

Old Faithful, Yellowstone park. 9104 
(F 44851, Aug. 22, 1906.) 8824 

Portage lake, Mich. 10049. (F 44856, 
Aug. 22, 1906.) 8825 

Put-in-Bay and Middle Bass, Ohio. 7731. 
(F 44849, Aug. 22, 1906.) 8826 

Rushmere club, Ste. Claire Flats, Mich. 
10015 (F44854, Aug. 22, 1906.) 8327 

Star Island House, Ste. Claire Flats, Mich. 
6400 (F 44848, Aug. 22, 1906.) 8328 

Str. City of Alpena. 5098. (F 44845, 
Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8829 

2 c. each Aug. 22, 1906. 

German-American paint com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Facts and figures on German fire proof 
paint. (F 44669, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 8380 

Harper & brothers. New 
York, N. Y. 
Commoner (The) ; supplement to Har- 
per's weekly, Sep. 1, 1906. (F 44730, 
Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 

8881 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Brer Rabbit's peep-hole. Aug. 12, 1906. 
(F 44662, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906.) 8332 

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176 



CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Wull-er-the-wutts. (The) Aug. 19, 1906. 
(F 44813, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 3883 

Hart, Shaffner & Marx, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Bit of sentiment. (F 44764, Aug. 18, 
1906. ) 3884 

Central park, New York. (Y 44761, 
Aug. 18, 1906. ) ^ 3385 

Cubs win. (F 44771, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

8386 

Custom office. (F 44779, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

8337 

Early call. (F 44774, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

3338 

Field days. (F 47760, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

3839 

First skate of the season. (F 44773, Aug. 
18, 1906.) 3840 

Grand Central. (F 44757, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

3841 

In the subway. (F 44766, Aug. 18, 

1906. ) 8342 

Just a matter of moments. (F 44770, 
Aug. 18, 1906.) 8848 

Live one. (F 44772, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 3344 

Off to the city. (F 44775, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

3345 

On the Canadian side. (F 44768, Aug. 

18, 1906. ) 3846 

On the pond. (F 44765, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

8347 

Operating. (F 44767, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

8848 

Players club. (F 44776, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

3349 

Put me off at Buffalo. (F 44778, Aug. 
18, 1906.) 8850 

Real thing. (F 44780, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

8351 

Seeing New York. (F 44769, Aug. 18, 
1906.) 8352 

Surveyor (The) (F 44759, Aug. 18, 
1906. ) 3358 

This is what she wrote. (F 44781, Aug. 
18, 1906.) 3854 

Twenty minutes from Broadway. (F 
44758, Aug. 18, 1906.) 3355 

White wings. (F 44777, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

3356 

Will the cubs win the pennant. (F 
44762, Aug. 18, 1906.) 8857 

Winters tale. ( F 44763, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

8858 
2 c. each Aug. 18, 1906. 



Henry ( John Henkel) , Win- 
chester, Va. 
Washington's h'dq'rs. 1755, Cork and 
Braddock sts., Winchester, Va. (F 
44814, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3859 

Herrick press, Chicago, 111. 
Inside is what counts. ( F 44838, Aug. 
22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906.) 8860 

Ives (H. M. ) & sons, To- 
peka, Kans. 
Topeka canna. (F 44858, Aug. 22, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 8361 

Kaufman (Chas. ) & bros., 

Chicago, 111. 

Brockley (The) ( F44800, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3862 
Campus togs. (F 44795, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3863 

Marlborough (The) (F 44799, Aug. 20, 

1906.) 8864 

Prince Louis. (F 44797, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

8865 

Ultramor (The). (F 44801, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 8866 

Ventone (The). (F 44798, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 3367 

Vestry (The). (F 44796, Aug. 20, 1906; 
2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8368 

Koch (Fred. ), Newark, N. J. 
Drawing lessons. No. 1. The Human 
head. (F 41352, Apr. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Apr. 30, 1906. ) 3869 

Koeber (Paul C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Prehistoric courtship. Dismissing a 
rival. (F 44883, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8370 

Divorce. (F 44884, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

3871 

Marriage. ( F 44885, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

8372 

Off for the honeymoon. (F 44886, 

Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

8873 

Lecky (Robert), jr., Rich- 
mond, Va. 
Tower of Jamestown church. (F 44803, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

8874 

Lee (James) company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Repaired while you wait. (F 44865, 
Aug. 22, 1906.) 3375 

Did you lay this egg? (F 44863, Aug. 
22, 1906. ) 3376 

Sharing a meal. (F 44864, Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8377 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



177 



Lee (James) company, Chi- 
cii£ro, 111. 
Yard of assorted fruits. (F 44862, Auj?. 
22, 1906. ) 8878 

Yard of cherries. (F 44861, Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8879 

Yard of kittens. (F 44869, Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8880 

Yard of mixed flowers. (F 44860, Aug. 
22, 1906. ) 8881 

Yard of pansies. (F 44859, Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8882 

Yard of poppies. (F 44866, Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8888 

Yard of puppies. (F 44868, Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8884 

Yard of roses. (F 44867, Aug. 22, 1906. ) 

8886 
2 c. each Aug. 22, 1906. 

Lefevre (S. H. ) & son, Lon- 
don, England. 
When the heart was young. ( F 44785, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 

8886 

McCann (Bernard F. ), jr., 
Denver, Colo. 
Minneapolis in a nut shell. (F 44839, 
Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906.) 

8887 

Manhattan photogravure com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
Daughter of the revolution. (F 44681, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 

3388 

Dutch landscape. (F 44679, Aug. 14, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 3389 

Getting cold feet. (F 44680, Aug. 14, 
1906. ) 3390 

Roosevelt (Theodore) (F 44677, Aug. 
14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 3391 

Spring chicken and some old hens. (F 
44783, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. ) 

3392 

Stolen moments. (F 44782, Aug. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906. ) 3893 

National press association, 
Washington, D. C. 
Committee on Agriculture 1906. (F 
43304, June 25, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 

3394 

Osborn Company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Detective story. 5 by 3i (F 44705, 
Aug. 14, 1906. ) 3396 

8 by 6 (F 44704, Aug. 14, 1906.) 

3396 

10 by 7J (F 44703, Aug. 14,1906.) 

3397 

13 J by 9 (F 44706, Aug. 14, 1906.) 

3398 
2 c. each Aug. 14, 1906. 



Payne printing company, 
South Haven, Mich. 
I am holding my own. (F 43047, June 
13, 1906. 8399 

I have met the dearest woman. ( F 43049, 
June 13, 1906. ) 8400 

Unavoidably detained F 43048, June 

13, 1906.) 8401 
2 c. each Aug. 4, 1906. 

Pittsburg bank for savings, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Rhoda ( F 44702, Aug. 14, 1906. ) 2 c. 
Aug. 14, 1906. 3402 

Scott (Edgar T.), Amherst, 

Brook (The), Mt. Holvoke college. 
South Hadlev, Mass. (F 40136, Mar. 
3, 1906. ) ' 8403 

2 c. July 31, 1906. 

Devirs garden, at the Notch, Amherst, 
Mass. ( F 42277, May 19, 1906. ) 3404 

Mt. Holvoke college, South Hadley, 
Mass. General view of college from 
the hill. (F 40933, Apr. 2, 1906. ) 

8406 
2 c. each Aug. 14, UK)6. 

Sheahan (M. T. ), Brookline, 

Ma.«s. 

For the blues. ( F 44793, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3406 

Forget small faults in others. (F 44792, 

Aug. 20, 1906.) 3407 

My symphony. ( F 44789, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3408 

Nemesis (The) of selfishness. (F 44791, 

Aug. 20, 1906.) 3409 

Power (The) of words. (F 44794, Aug. 
20, 1906.) 3410 

There is one thing in being a liar. ( F 
44790, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3411 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Supreme council of the 33d 
degree A. & A. S. R. of the 
southern jurisdiction, United 
States of America, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

Kiram, sultan of Sulu. (F 44741, Aug. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906.) 3412 

Syndicate publishing com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Hell a la mode. nos. 1-16 (F 44707- 
44722, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1906.) 3413 

Thorburn (J. M.) & co.. 

New York, N. Y. 

Allium Neapolitanum (F 44696, Aug. 

14, 1906.) 3414 



178 



CATALOaUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Thorburn (J. M.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Crown Imperial. (F 44697, Aug. 14, 
1906.) 8415 

Erythronium. (F 44700, Aug. 14, 1906.) 

8416 

Grape hyacinths. (F 44698, Aug. 14, 
1906. ) 8417 

Scilla siberica (F 44699, Aug. 14, 1906. ) 

8418 

Trillium grandiflorum (F 44701, Aug. 
14, 1906.) 8419 

2 c. each Aug. 14, 1906. 



Vance (William H.), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
Phases in a voung woman ' s life. F 44802, 
Aug. 20, i906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

8420 

Wellman ( Walter) , New 
York, N. Y. 
I am handing you a lemon. (F 44660, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906) 3421 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 6, 849 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by propiieton with subalphabet of titles. 

To 9Kve space the copyright notice after each title i^ abbreviate<l. Thu^ the notice after the flntt 
title, if printed in full, would read: ••Copyright by Bu^tor Brown company, Chicago, 111. Ciaas 
6, XXc, no. 13902, July 31, 1906; 2 copies received July 81, 1906." 



Buster Brown company, 
Chicago, 111. 

Buster Brown and Tige on skates. (G 

13902, July 31 , 1906. ) S422 

Buster's sweetheart Mary Jane. (G 

13903, July 31, 1906.) 8423 

Tige is tip top. (G 13901, July 31, 1906. ) 

3424 
Where are the lion and the lamb. G 

13904, July 31, 1906. ) 8425 

2 c. each July 31, 1906. 

Fowler & Kelly, Morris- 
ville, Pa. 
Mount Union, Huntingdon co. , Pa. 1906. 
(G 13936, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. ) 8426 

Gallagher (W. H.) New 
York, N. Y. 
In for life. (G 13927, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3427 

You must not feel ill. (G 13928, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 3428 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Koehler (Joseph), New 
York, N. Y. 
Bathing. 8001-8012. * (G 12964-12975, 
Apr. 20, 1906; 2 c. each July 28, 1906.) 

3429 

Carnival. 7001-7012. (G 12952-12963, 

Apr. 20, 1906; 2. c. each Aug. 9, 1906.) 

3430 

Lee (James), Chicago, 111. 
In the good old summer time. 4200. (G 
13911, Aug. 18, 1906.) 3431 

Lover's lane. 4201. (G 13912, Aug. 18, 
1906. ) 3432 

On the bridge. 4203. (G 13914, Aug. 
18, 1906.) 3433 

Two of a kind. 4202. (G 13913, Aug. 
18, 1906. ) 3434 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 



Maerz(Alovs J. ),NewYork, 
N. Y. 
Vision of Hendrik Hudson. (G 11935, 
Dec. 18, 1905; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 

3435 

Moffat, Yard & co.. New 

York N. Y. 

Queen of clul)s. (G 13*165, May 17, 1906. ) 

3436 

Queen of diamonds. (G 13167, May 17, 

liK)6. ) 8437 

Queen of hearts. (G 13166, May 17, 1906. ) 

3438 

Queen of gpades. (G 13164, May 17, 

1906. ) 3439 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
Abraham called to l)e a blessing. 23J bv 
26J. ((; 13895, Aug. 13, 1906.) 3440 

Abraham pleading for Sodom. 23J bv 
26J. (G 13898, Aug. 13, 1906.) 8441 

God's covenant with Abram. 23J by 26J. 
(G 13897, Aug. 13, 1906.) 3442 

Isaac a lover of peace. 23 J by 26 J. ( G 
13899, Aug. 13, 1906.) 3443 

Jacob and P>au. 23 J by 26i. (G 13900, 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 3444 

Lot's choice. 23^ bv 26J. (G 13896, 
Aug. 13, 1906.) * 3445 

2 c. each Aug. 13, 1906. 

Man's sin and God's promise. 23J by 
26i. ((t 13938, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
23, 1906. ) 3446 

Sedgwick (H. B. ), Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Veterans of '62 united in defense of the 
flag. (G 12577, Mar. 12, 1906; 2 c. July 
30, 1906.) 3447 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,899 



179 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arraujccd alphabetically by proprietors with Rubalphabel of title*. 

To ave space the copyright notice after each title i« abbreviated. Thuji the notice after the flnit 
title, if printed in fnll, would read: "Oipyrlght bv E. T. Beale, Newport News, Va. Class H, XXo, 
no. 81459, July 31, 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 27, 1906." 



Beale (E. I. ), Newport News, 
Va. 
First battle oi iron-clads. ( H 81459, July 
31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 8448 

Beck (Chafl. R. R.), Thur- 
mont, Md. 
Old match house, no. 2. (H 82148, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3449 

Birge (M. H.) & sons co.. 
New York N. Y. 
Interior. nos. 1-26.' (H 82116-82141, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 14, 1906.) 

8450 

Bish (A. A.), Chippewa Falls, 
Wis. 
Chippewa boys band. (H 82180, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 8461 

Boyd (Helen Churchill), 
Kansas City, Mo. 
Awakening (The) (H 82012, Aug. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8462 

Butman (W. C. ), Hedlands, 
Cal. 
Pointers. (H 82103, Aug. 17, 1906.) 

8468 

no. 2. (H 82104, Aug. 17, 1906.) 

3464 
2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Calvert (E. C), Michigan 
City, Ind. 
Franklin st. north market. (H 82210, 
Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8465 

Franklin st. south market. (H 82211, 
Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8466 

Launching life boat. (H 82212, Aug. 22, 
1906.) 8467 

2 c. each Aug. 22, 1906. 

Clatworthy (Fred Payne), 
Estes Park, Colo. 
Fern lake. (H 82203, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

8458 

2200 foot precipice. Longs Peak. (H 
82204, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8469 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 



Conklin (David Bruce), 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Arkansaw (The) traveler. (H 82022, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906.^ 

8460 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

Airs well. (new 18x22) (H 82099, 
Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8461 

(new 8x 10) (H 82100, Aug. 17, 

1906.) 8462 

Fog warning, (new 8x10) (H 82101, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8468 



(new 18x22) (H 82102, Aug. 17, 

1906. ) 8464 

2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Autumn. 029154 (H 82192, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 8466 

Autumn oaks. 029157 (11 82195, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 8466 

Balloon (The) 029159 (H 82197, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 8467 

Bashful (The) suitor. 029161 (H 82199, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3468 

Bather (A) 029163 (H 82201, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 3469 

Deer in the forest, twilight. 029160 (H 
82198, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3470 

Irrigation canal, Riverside, Cal. 019487 
(H 82187, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3471 

Lachrvmae. 029162 ( H 82200, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 3472 

Lock (A) on the Stour. 029164 (H 
82202, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3473 

Looking toward the sea. 029155 (H 
82193, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3474 

New Fountain inn. 019489 (H 82188, 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 3475 

Portrait of a man. 029158 (H 82196, 
Aug. 20, 1906. 3476 

Reprimand (The) 029152 (H 82190, 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 8477 

Smoker (The) 029153 (H 82191, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 3478 

181 



182 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

Spring. 029151 (H 82189, Aug. 20, 1906. 

3479 

Ville d'Avray near Paris. 029156. (H 

82194, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3480 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Dry (Victor C. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Nugent base ball team. (H 82207, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 3481 

Edison (Thomas A.), Or- 
ange, N. J. 
Arrival Mahukona exprej^s, Kohala, Ha- 
waii. (H 81956, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3482 

Hauling sugar cane, Kohala plantation, 
Hawaii. (H 81961, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

3483 

Hawaiians arriving to attend a **luau " 
or native feast. (H 81954, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 3484 

Hawaiians departing to attend a **luau" 
or native feast. (H 81955, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 3485 

S. S. Kinau landing passengers Mahu- 
kona, Hawaii. (H 81957, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 3486 

Shearing sheep, Humunla ranch, Hawaii. 
(H 81958, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3487 

Sheep coming through chute, Hnmunla ! 
ranch, Hawaii. (H 81959, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 3488 I 

Washing sheep, Humunla ranch, Hawaii. 
(H 81960, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3489 

2 c. each Aug. 11, 1906. 

Gifford (Benj. A.), The , 

Dalles, Greg. 
Chicago Portland special on O. R. & N. 
no. 260. (H 82108, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

8490 
Home of the roval Anne cherrv, postal i 
card. no. 262. (H 82110, Aug. 18, 
1906.) 3491 

Two bites to a cherry, postal card. no. 
261 . ( H 82109, Aug. 18, 1906. ) 3492 

2 c. each Aug. 18, 1906. 

Graham (Ambros M. ), 
Phillipsport, N. Y. 
Rapid transit in Sullivan county. (H 
82216, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 

3498 

Gutekunst (Frederick), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Herbert [Victor] no. 1. (H 82023, Aug. 
17, 1906.) 3494 

no. 2. (H 82024, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 

3495 
2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 



Hendrickson (Horatio), New 
York, N. Y. 
Along the river. (H 77232, May 12, 
1906. ) 3496 

Autumn path. (H 77233, May 12, 1906. ) 

3497 

Bloomfield scene. (H 77230, Mav 12, 

1906. ) ^ 3498 

Children by a stream. (H 77227, May 
12, 1906. ) 3499 

Glimpse of the Meramec. ( H 77234, May 
12, 1906.) 3600 

Light and shade. (H 77229, May 12, 
1906.) 3501 

Normanskill creek. (H 77228, May 12, 
1906. ) 3602 

Placid waters. ( H 77236, May 12, 1906. ) 

3503 

Pool in shadows. (H 77226, May 12, 

1906. ) 3504 

Springtime flowers. (H 77237, Mav 12, 
1906. ) 3505 

Song of the wind. (H 77231, May 12, 
1906.) 3506 

Sunshine and shadow. (H 77225, May 
12, 1906. ) 3607 

Winter sketch. ( H 77235, May 12, 1906. ) 

3503 
2 c. each Aug. 9, 1906. 

Holsinger ( RufusW.) , Char- 
lottesville, Va. 
Jefferson's view; Monticello. (H 82185, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3509 . 

North view, university of Virginia. ( H 
82186, Aug. 20, 1906.) 8610 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Ironmonger ( Chas. ) , A va- 
lon, Cal. 
Avalon Catalinaisl. (H 82271, Aug. 23, 
1906.) 3611 

Avalon from Sugar Loaf. (H 82217, Aug. 
23,1906.) 8612 

Sugar loaf Catalina isl. (H 82252, Aug. 
23,1906.) 3513 

2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. 

Jackson (W. B.), Marble- 
head IMass 
Tillv 6th, Waunsee & (iiuckauf. 2416. 
(H 82265, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8514 

Start first trial race Aug. 13, 1906. 2366 
H 82253, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8516 

second trial race. Aug. 14, 1906. 

2374. (H 82254, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8516 

third trial race. A. M. Aug. 15, 



1906. 2385. ( H 82255, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

8517 
— fourth trial race. P. M. Aug 15, 
1906. 2386. ( H 82256, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

8518 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



183 



Jackson (W. B. ), Marble- 

Start Fifth trial race. Aug. 16. 1906. 

2394. (H 82257, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8519 

Sixth trial race. Aug. 16, 1906. 

2395. ( H 82259, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8620 

2396. (H 82258, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

8621 

— Seventh trial race. Aug. 17, 1906. 

2399. (H 82260, Aug. 23, UK)6. ) 8522 

Eighth trial race. Aug. 17, 1906. 

2400. ( H 82261, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8528 

Eleventh trial race. Aug. 18, 1906. 

2409. ( H 82262, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8524 

German contestants for Roosevelt cup. 
2414. ( H 82264, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8525 

— 2415. (H 82263, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

8526 
2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Baden-PowelTsbustof Capt. John Smith. 
496. ( H 82240, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 3527 

Burton parish church. 467. (H 82223, 
Aug. 23, 1906.) 8528 

Capitol square, Richmond, Va. 505. 
( H 82248, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8529 

Home of Chancellor Wythe, Williams- 
burg. 473. (H 82229, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

3580 

Home of Peyton Randolph. 462. (H 
82218, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8531 

Jamestown church tower. 478. (?1 
822:^, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3582 

479. (H 82235, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

3538 

Lafayette's headquarters, Williamsburg. 

464. (H 82220, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 3534 

Lighthouses at Cape Henry. 490. (H 
82236, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 3635 

Main building, William & Mary college. 
466. (H 82222, Aug. 23, 1096.) 3536 

Monument on site of House of Burgesses, 
Williamsburg. 470. (H 82226, Aug. 
23, 1906.) 8537 

Monumental church, Richmond, Va. 
508. (H 82250, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3538 

Old court house, Williamsburg. 463 
(H 82219, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3539 

Old debtors' prison, Williamsburg. 474. 
(H 82230, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3540 

Old Indian school. William & Mary 
collie. 475. (H 82231, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

8541 

Old powder horn, Williamsburg. 472. 
(H 82228, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3542 

Old "warming machine," House of Bur- 
geses. 501. (H 82245, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

8543 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, >or- 
fi»lk. Va. 
President's boune, William & Marv col- 
lege. 4<)5. (H 82221, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

8544 

Residence of Chief Justice Marshall, 

Richmond, Va. 507. (H 82249, Aug. 

23, 1906. ) 8646 

Residence of (ien. Robert E. Lt»e, Rich- 
mond, Va. 502. (H 82246, Aug. 23, 
1906.) 8646 

Ruins of residence of Sir John Wvatt, 
Jamestown. 476. ( H 82232, Aug. 23, 
1906. ) 8547 

Ruins of resi<lence of Sir John Wvatt, 
Jame.^town. 477. ( H 82233, Aug. 23, 
1906. ) 8548 

St. John's church, Richmond. Va. 495. 
(H 82239, Aug. 23, 1906.) 8549 

St. Paul's church, Richmond, Va. 503. 
(H 82247, Aug. 23, liHX).) 3550 

Site of House of Burgesses, Williamsburg. 
468. (H 82224, Aug. 23, MOB.) 3551 

Statue of Baron de Botetourt. William & 
Marv college. 471. (H 82227, Aug. 
23, 1906. ) 8552 

Statue of (Jov. "Extra Billv" Smith, 
Richnvmd, Va. 500. (H 82244, Aug. 
23, 1906.) 8553 

Statue of Thomas Jefferson, Richmond, 
Va. 494. (H 82238, Aug. 23, 19U6.) 

3554 

Tablet on lighthouse at Cape Henrv. 
491. (H 82237, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3556 

Tomb of David Bray, Williamsburg. 469. 
(H 82225, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3556 

Washington monument, Richmond, Va. 
510. (H 82251, Aug. 28, 1906.) 3667 

Washington's head(juarters, Richmond, 
Va. 497. (H 82241, Aug. 23, 1906.) 

3558 

White House of the Confederacv, Rich- 
mond, Va. North front. 498. (H 
82242, Aug. 23, 1906.) 3659 

White House of the Confederacy, Rich- 
mond, Va., south front; shaft of the 
"Merrimac." 499. (H 82243, Aug. 
23, 1906.) 3560 

2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. 

Jerome (O' Hagan C. ), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Wide awake. (H 82113, Aug. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 3661 

Kelley {E. VV.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Active (The) volcano Colima enveloped 
in clouds from Tuxpan river, Mexico. 
7354 ( H 82068, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3662 
Aztec (The) calendar stone or stone of the 
sun, National museum, Mexico city. 
7438. ( H 82072, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 3668 



184 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Beautiful (The) falls of Juanacatlan the 
Mexican Niagara harnessed for electric 
power, Guadalajara, Mexico. 7339. (H 
82066, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8664 

Beautiful valley of Toluca from above the 
citv, Mexico 7743. (H 82094, Aug. 
17,* 1906.) 8666 

Castle of Chapultepec, the home of the 
republic's president, site of Montezu- 
ma's palace, Mexico citv. 7481. (H 
82077, Aug. 17, 1906.) ' 8666 

Cathedral (The) greatest Christian church 
of the western world, Mexico city. 
7448 (H 82075, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 3667 

Cathedral (The ) of Puebla, one of Mexi- 
co's grandest churches. 7622 (H 
82087, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3668 

Chihuahua, pop. 30,000 a busy city of 
northern Mexico from cathedral tower. 
7201 ( H 82058, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8669 

City and Ixtaccihuatl from the Pyramid, 
Cholula, Mexico. 7634 (H 82088, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8670 

City of Toluca from the Sacred hill, 
Mexico. 7749. ( H 82095, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 

8671 

Corridor of mosaics in Mitla temple, its 
builders and age unknown, Mexico. 
7641 (H 82091, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3672 

Cuernavaca, west from the cathedral, 
Mexico. 7559 ( H 82083, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 

3678 

Gruesome company mummied remains 
in the Panteon or catacombs, Mexico, 
Guanajuato. 7295. (H 82064, Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 3674 

Guanajuato the world's greatest silver 
mining city Mexico. 7292 (H 82062, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8676 

Guanajuato where one billion dollars in 
silver has been mined, Mexico. 7294 
(H 82063, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3676 

Hall of monoliths in the ancient tem- 
ple of Mitla, Mexico. 7642 (H 82092. 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3677 

Interior of the cathedral, the republic's 
greatest church, citv of Mexico. 7444 
(H 82076, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3678 

Ixtaccihuatl ht. 16.060 ft, the Woman 
in white from Amecameca, Mexico. 
7532. (H 82081, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3679 

Ixtaccihuatl and Popocatepetl beyond 
the city and the government palaca, 
Cuernavaca, Mexico. 7562 (H 82084, 
Aug 17, 1906.) 8680 

Market boats lining the river bank at 
Tampico, Mexico. 7797 (H 82098, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8681 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Market on La V^ega canal, a navigable 
waterway connecting the capital with 
suburbs, Mexico city. 7523 (H 82078 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3682 

Mexico city and the distant mountains. 
7440 (H 82074, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3683 

Nochistongo'cut, a great canal commenced 
in 1607 for draining the valley of 
Mexico. 7417 (H 82070, Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 3584 

North to the cathedral and famous iron 
mountain of Durango, Mexico. 7216 
(H 82059, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3685 

Perpendicular cliffs of the Santiago river 
canyon, Guadalajara, Mexico. 7343 
(H 82067, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3586 

Popocatepetl ht. 17 782 ft. Mexico's 
highest peak from the Pvramid of 
Cholula. 7638 (H 82089," Aug. 17, 
1P06.) 8587 

Porfirio (General) great and honored 
president of the Republic of Mexico. 
7433 (H 82071, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3588 

Pottery workers of Cuernavaca. Mexico. 
7587 (H 82086, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 3589 

Pyramid of Sun, ht. 216 ft, from Pyramid 
of Moon, over Avenue of the Dead, San 
Juan Teotihuacan, Mexico. 7503 (K 
82079, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3590 

Pyramids of the Sun and Moon, works of 
Mexico's prehistoric times, San Juan 
Teotihuacan. 7515 (H 82080, Aug. 
17,1906.) 3591 

Quiet (A) little lake in the Alameda park 
of Toluca, Mexico. 7751 (H 82096 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3592 

Sacrificial stone of the Aztecs, national 
museum, Mexico city. 7439. (H 
82073, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3598 

San Francisco one of the well kept streets 
and the cathedral Guadalajara, the 
Paris of Mexico 7326 (H 82065, Aug. 
17, 1906.) 3694 

Snow capped Popocatepetl ht. 17.782 ft., 
from Amecameca, Mexico. 754 J (H 
82082, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3696 

Statute of Columbus and Nevado de 
Toluca ht. 15.000 ft, Toluca Mexico. 
7752 (U 82097, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8696 

Street, palace and mountain, Popocatepetl, 
Cuernavaca, Mexico. 7563 (H 82085, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8697 

Sucking pulque, the republic's national 
drink on the hillside overlooking 
Toluca, Mexico. 7740 (H 82093, Aug. 
17, 1906. ) 8698 

Temple (The) of Mitla, no legend, no 
history to fathom its age, Mexico. 
7640. (H 82090, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8699 



PaOTOQRAPHB 



185 



Kelley (E. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Tula, ancient capital of the Toltec em- 
pire, founded in 638, Mexico. 7403 
(H 82069, Aug. 17, 1906.) 8600 

Zacatecas a far famed mining city from 
the hills above Mexico. 7223 (H 
82061, Au^. 17, 1906.) 3601 

Zacatecas picturesque and ancient 8,000 
ft., above the level of the eea, Mexico. 
7222 (H 82060, Aug. 17, 190().) 

3602 
2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Artilleryman on watch at the old Aker- 
eh us castle, Christiania, Norway. 13446. 
(H 76696, May 5, 1906. ) 3603 

Blockaded summer road in the Jotun- 
heim region, Norway. 13447. (H 
76697, May 5, 1906.) 3604 

"Delegates discussing the constitution;*' 
large painting in the Storthing8-Sal, 
Parliament building, Christiania, Nor- 
wav . 13450. ( H 76700, May 5, 1906. ) 

8605 

Fairytale room, Tourists' hotel in Hol- 
menkoUen mountains near Christiania, 
Norway. 13453. (H 76703, May 5, 
1906.) 3606 

Hall of justice, a dead sentinel guarding 
the dead. 13284. (H 77291, Mav 12, 
1906. ) 3607 

Looking toward the bay from Russian 
hill. 13290. ( H 77283, May 12, 1906. ) 

3608 
Mutual life insurance companv building. 
13282. (H 77289, May 12, 1906.) 

3609 

New road cut in the side of the mountain, 

Norway. 13443. (H 76693, May 5, 

1906.) 3610 

One of the sights which beggars descrip- 
tion. Telegraph hill looking east from 
Union and Leavenworth sts. 13286. 
(H 77279, May 12, 1906.) 3611 

Overlooking a portion of San Francisco's 
ruins. 13291. (H 77284, May 12, 
1906.) 3612 

Kuins of power house of United railway 
company. 13288. (H 77281, May 12, 
1906.) 3613 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

San Francisco refugees in camp at Ft. 
Mason. 13289. (H 77282, May 12, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 3614 

Ski runners on Lake Bvgdin, Jotunheim 
region, Norway. 13452. (H 76702, 
Mav 5, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906.) 

3615 



Keystone view company, 
Meadville, Pa. 
Snow hath; a unique experience in the 
Jotunheim region, Norwav. 13449. 
(H 76699, May 5, 1906.) ' 8616 

Snowdrift on the brink of Synshorn, 
Jotunheim, Norwav. 13442. (H 
76692, May 5, 1906.)' 8617 

Storthings-Sal ; Parliament building 
Christiania, Norwav. 13451. (H 
76701, May 5, U)06.) ' 3618 

Summer (cottage near Kongslihorn in the 
Jotunheim, Norwav. 13444. (H 
76694, May 5, 1906. ) * 8619 

Typical Norwegian drawing room, sani- 
torium at Ton^aasen, Norwav. 13448. 
(H 76698, May 5, 1906.) * 3620 

Tvpical Norwegian fences and hnt< in the 
Jotunheim, Norwav. i:3445. (H 76695, 
May 5, \{m^.) 3621 

Up Telegraph hill in the wake of earth- 
quake and fire. 13283. ( H 77290, May 

12, 1906.) 3622 

View representing financial loHj*e8 untold. 
13292. (H 77285, May 12, 1906.) 8628 

2 c. each July 13, 1906. 

I^ne ( E. C. ), Mahwah, N. J. 
There's a man in the house. (H 82182, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3624 
Lawrence ((leo. R. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Convention, Fraternal or<ler of Eagles, 
Milwaukee, Aug. 14-18, 1906. (H 
82105, Aug. 18, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1906.) 3625 

St. Dominie's church. (H 81970, Aug. 

13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 3626 

Mix (E. L. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Sanborn's pavilion and boardwalk. (H 
82115, Aug. 18, 1906.) 3627 

Sanborn's pavilion, Belmar, N. J. ( H 
82114, Aug. 18, 1906.) 3628 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 

Muss-Arnolt (G. ), United 

States. 

Champion coronation, pointer bitch. ( H 

82143, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3629 

Champion Marks Rush, pointer dog. ( H 

82144, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3630 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Newhall (A. D. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
M. J. Kane's hotel and grove. ( Fl 81974, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 

3631 



186 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



No well (Frank H.), Nome, 
Alaska. 
Efikimo choir of theCongregational church 
mission, Nome, Alaska, July 22, 1906. 
4995. (H 81949, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8632 

Eskimos at divine service. Congregational 
church mission, Nome, Alaska, July 22, 
1906. 4998. (H 81951, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8683 

Eskimos at the home of George Franklin 
Willey, Nome, Alaska, July 22, 1906. 
4999. (H 81952, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 8684 

Eskimos attending divine service at the 
Congregational church mission, Nome, 
Alaska, July 22, 1906. 4996. (H 81948, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 8685 

Eskimos attending divine service at the 
Congregational church mission, Nome, 
Alaska, July 22, 1906. 4997. (H 81950, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 3686 

Eskimos of the Seward peninsula, Nome, 
Alaska, July 22, 1906. 5000. (H 81953, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 8637 

2 c. each Aug. 11, 1906. 

Moonlight on Bering sea, 12 o'clock mid- 
night, Aug. 2, 1906. no. 5035. (H 
82205, Aug. 20, 1906.) 3638 

Moonlight on Bering sea, Aug. 2, 1906. 
no. 5036. (H 82206, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3689 
2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Phelan (A. B.), New York, 
N. Y. 
New York a la Venice, no. 1. (H 82028, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8640 



- no. 2. (H 82029, Aug. 17, 1906.) 

8641 
2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 



Phelps (C. H. ), Sidney, N. Y. 
Soldiers monument and court house 
square, Delhi, N. Y. (H 82146, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 3642 

Ponting (H. G. ), Berkeley, 
Cal. 
Alligator on the banks of an Indian river. 
(H 82208, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. ) 3643 

Portis (John C. ), Union, 

\1 i^s 

Lost (The) cause. ^ (H 81645, Aug. 6, 1906; 

1 c. Aug. 6, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 21, 1906.) 

8644 

Rotograph co.. New York, 
N. Y. 
Along Harveys lake, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
G 1741 b. (H 82168, Aug. 20, 1906. 

3645 

Along lake. Sans Souci park, Wilkes 

Barre, Pa. G 1742 c. (H 82157, Aug. 

20, 1906.) 8646 



Kotograph co., New York, 
N. Y. 
Along Stonv creek, Reading, Pa. G 
1140 d. (H 82150, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3647 

Along Stony creek, Reading, Pk. G 
1147 c. (H 82151, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3648 

Along the Lehigh river, So. Bethlehem, 
Pa. G 6123 a. (H 82158, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 3649 

Bridge across Sultan creek. So. Bethle- 
hem, Pa. G 6115 b. (H 82159, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 3650 

Boulevard (The), Reading, Pa. G 1144 b 
(H 82162, Aug. 20, 1906.) SS51 

Carsonia park, the lake, Reading, Pa. 
G 1 143 c ( H 82152, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3652 
City park, lily pond, Reading, Pa. G 
1142 d (H 82149, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3653 

East Tamaqua, Pa. G 5961 b ( H 82173, 

Aug. 20, 1906.) 3654 

Gold win Smith hall, Cornell university, 
Ithaca, N. Y. 5220 a (H 82179, Aug. 
20, 1906. 3655 

Hotel Sterling, coal exchange and Wyo- 
ming valley hotel, Wilkes Barre, Pa. 
G 1741 a (H 82156, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3656 

G 1742 a (H 82169, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3657 

Lake (The) San Souci park, Wilkes Barre, 

Pa. G 1743 c (H 82167, Aug. 20, 

1906. ) 3658 

Lehigh river view, AUentown, Pa. G 
6085 b ( H 82171, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3659 
Mineral Springs hotel, Reading, Pa. G 
1142 b. (H 82154, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3660 

G 1147a. (H 82177, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

3661 
Mineral Springs park, Reading, Pa. G 
1141b. (H 82155, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3662 

G 1143b. (H 82153, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

8668 

Nanticoke bridge and Susquehanna river, 

Nanticoke, Pa. G 5917a. (H 82175, 

Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8664 

New (The) Lehigh bridge, AUentown, 
Pa. G 6078c. (H 82170, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 8665 

Racket Brook falls, Carbondale, Pa. G 
4007c. (H 82166, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3666 
G 4008c. (H 82164, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

8667 
G 4010a. (H 82165, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

8668 



PHOTOGKAPHt} 



187 



Rotograph co., New York, 

Schuvlkill (The)^ river and P. R. R. 
bridge, Reading, Pa. G 1146a. (H 
82178, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 1669 

Schuvlkill river view, Phoenixville, Pa 
G 5815b. (H 82172, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

S670 

Saltan creek and bridge, So. Bethlehem, 
Pa. G 6125a. (H 82161, Aug. 20, 
1906.) 8671 

Sultan creek and Iron hill bridge, So. 
Bethlehem, Pa. G 6126a. (H 82160, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8672 

Susquehanna river and Campbells ledge, 
West Pittston, Pa. G 3989a. (H 82174, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8678 

Tilbury 8 Knobb from Pike's Peak, 
Nanticoke, Pa. G 5919a. (H 82163, 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 8874 

Wyoming (The) vallev from Pike's Peak, 
Nanticoke, Pa. G 5918a. (H 82176, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8675 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

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

Ellison ( William B. ) water commissioner 
of New York in the centre, alderman 
"Little Tim'' Sullivan at the right and 
the commissioners' secretary, David 
Ryan at the Ampersand hotel, Adiron- 
dack mts. (H 82183, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3676 

Ellison (William B. ) w^ater commissioner, 
of New York seated alderman "Little 
Tim" Sullivan at the right and the 
commissioners secretary David Ryan at 
the Ampersand hotel Adirondack mts. 
(H 82184, Aug. 20, 1906.) 8677 

2 e. each Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

Small (F. C. ), Buzzards Bay, 
1^1 ass 
Then, now. (H 82181, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8678 

Souvenir publishing com- 
pany, Lvnn, Mass. 
Bad (A) case of grip. 349 (H 74878, 
Mar. 26, 1906. ) 8679 

Box and Cox. 354 (H 74883, Mar. 26, 
1906. ) 8680 

Brothers. 344. ( H 74S73, Mar. 26, 1906. ) 

3681 

Can't I go too? 360. (H 74879, Mar. 26, 

1906. ) 8682 

CJaptive (The). 351. (H 74880, Mar. 26, 
1906.) 8688 

Hero worship. 345. (H 74874, Mar. 26, 
1906. ) 8684 

His roval highness. 343. (H 74872, Mar. 
26,1906.) 8686 



Souvenir nublishing corn- 
pan v, Lvnn, MaHfi. 
Me and Dad. ':i55.' (H 74884, Mar. 26, 
1906. ) 8686 

Packe<l. 348. ( H 74877, Mar. 26, 1906.) 

8687 

Packing. 347. ( H 74876, Mar. 26, 1906. ) 

8688 

Readv for the i>artv. 342. (H 74871, 
Mar. 26, 1906. ) 8689 

Stein (Kin). 346. (H 74875, Mar. 26, 
1906. ) 8690 

Sunnv Jim. 356. (H 74885, Mar. 26, 
1906. 1 8691 

Using forc^e. 357. (H 7488«S Mar. 26, 
1906. ) 8692 

Vanity. 353. ( H 74882, Mar. 26, 1906. ) 

8698 

Where's the bird? 352 (H 74881, Mar. 

26,1906.) 8694 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Sweet brothers, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 
Twin city series 1. (H 82111, Aug. 18. 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 1906.) 8696 

Thomas (J. 8.), Plymouth, 
Pa. 
St. Vincent's church, Plymouth, Pa. (H 
81786, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8696 

Toby's cave overlooking the Susquehanna 
river, Plvmouth, Pa. (U 81785, Aug. 
11, 1906.*) 8697 

2 c. each Aug. 11, 1906. 

Thompson (\V. C. ), Colum- 
bia, Mo. 
Cascade of Little Salmon river, Idaho. 
( H 82270, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 3698 

Fall." of the Little Salmon river, Idaho. 
(H 82269, Aug. 23, 190(1) 3699 

2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 

Hiramdale Falls. \h 81696, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 3700 

Turner (T. C), New York, 
N. Y. 
Philadelphia team, winners of Griscom 
cup. ( H 81714, Aug. 9, 1906; 2 c. June 
15, 1906.) 3701 

Tvlor (J. Edward), Oxford, 
Md. 
Agitation. (H 82268, Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

3702 

Gone like a streak. ( H 82266, Aug. 23, 
1906. ) 3703 

Preparing to spring. (H 82267, Aug. 23, 
1906. ) 3704 

2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. 



188 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIES 



Vitagraph company of America, 
New York, N. Y. 
Pals; or, my friend the dummy. (H 
82142, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 8706 

White (H. C. ), company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Allopathy v. cupidity when the doctors 
dL^agree. 5599. (H 8?046, Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 3706 

Altar (The) and statue of Buddha in- 
terior of a Buddhist temple, Moukden, 
Manchuria. 8837. (H 82057, Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 3707 

And the sweetly sleeping wiiie now 
takes her little nip. 5619. (H 82038, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3708 

And wrings out a few moments of de- 
lightful recreation. 5606. (H 82050, 
Aug. 17, 1906. ) 3709 

Asleep at the switch. 5613. ( H 82052, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3710 

Before: Mr. Honeylove: Life will be one 
delicious dream with vou darling. 
5607. (H 82051, Aug. 17, *1906. ) 3711 

But, — 'twixt cup and lip there's many a 
slip. 5618. ( H 82037, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 

3712 

Calm (A) precedes . 5255. (H 82043, 

Aug. 17, 1906.) 3713 

Court (The) of awards. 5615 ( H 82054, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3714 

Evening (The) praver at mother's knee. 
5241 (H 82040, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3716 

Family prayers. 5235 (11 82039, Aug. 
17, i906.) 3716 

Guardian (The) angel. 5111. (H 82032, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3717 

Hush, my child, lie still and slumber. 
5243 (H 82041, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3718 

I picture our future with no alloy, and 
Ned near his mother, our little boy. 
5115. (H 82035, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3719 

If you'll promise not to tell! 5244 (II 
82042, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3720 



White (H. C. ), company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
In the veil of smoke from pipe of clay I 
picture my sweetheart far away. 5113 
(H 82034, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3721 

Inevitable (The) disaster. 5614 (H 
82053, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8722 

Manchurian mandarins on the steps of 
the Throne pavilion, Moukden. 8630 
(H 82056, Aug. 17, 1906.) 8728 

Mr. Jones takes a half holiday in the 
joyous springtime. 5605. (H 82049, 
Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8724 

Oft in the stilly night. 5692 ( H 82048, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 8726 

Old age's contentment living aorain the 
happy days of the past. 5112 (H 
82033, Aug. 17, 1906.) 3726 

Storm (The) 5256 (H 82044, Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 8727 

They work while you sleep. 5601 (H 
82047, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 8728 

Throne (The) of Manchuria, in the old 
palace of Moukden. 8628 (H 82055, 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 3729 

What is home without a baby? 5597 ( H 
82045, Aug. 17, 1906.) 8730 

Years (The) pass along with Ned in our 
home and we are content never more 
to roam. 5116 (H 82036, Aug. 17, 
1906.) 8731 

2 c. each Aug. 18, 1906. 

Williams & Rogers, Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 
Panoramic view from Rochester business 
institute. (H 80166, July 2, 1906; 1 c. 
June 22, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8732 

Young, Lord & Rhoades 

(Limited), Sault Ste. 

Marie, Mich. 

Poe lock and power house. (H 82031, 

Aug. 17, 1906; .2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 8733 

Steamship Tionesta in Hav lake channel, 
no. 5. (H 82030, Aug.* 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 17, 1906. ) 3734 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 12,041 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographB depofiited according to law wlih applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuaiy, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by P. P. Caproni, & bro., Boston, Ma>!N. Class I, 
XXc, no. 19120, Aug. 23, 1906; 1 photograph received Aug. 23, 1906." 



Caproni (P. P. ) & bro., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Paul Revere' s ride. A plaster bas-relief 
representing Revere riding at great 
speed through the village. In the fore- 
ground a farmer coming down the steps 
of his house. Woman behind him m 
doorway. (I 19120, Aug. 23, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8785 

Clayton (Geo. W.), Chicago, 
111. 
Dog show. Drawing show^ing one of the 
aisles with dogs on benches. Lady 
in foreground with Scotch collie and 
fox terrier in leash, holding Japanese 
spaniel under her arm. (1 19108, Aug. 
21, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 21, 1906.) 8786 

Gould (Frank Jay), Tarry- 
town, N. Y. 
Minature painting of the late Jay Gould, 
seated in a chair, he is dressed in a 
frock coat, knees crossed. (I 19115, 
Aug. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 

8787 

Hanfetaengl (Franz), Mu- 
nich, Germany. 
Finale. A young woman lying on a 
couch, death is filling a goblet which 
she is holding up. (1 19114, Aug. 22, 
1906.) 8788 

Latest ne ws. Three gnomes seated on the 
ground, a duck with open bill is telling 
them the latest news. (I 19110, Aug. 
22, 1906. ) 8789 

Nymph at the spring. A nymph kneel- 
ing beside a running brook and throw- 
ing flowers in the water. (I 19112, 
Aug. 22, 1906. ) 8740 

Punch and Judy. A group of small chil- 
dren, the oldest a girl, is amusing the 
baby with puppets. ( 1 1 91 11 , Aug. 22, 
1906. ) 8741 

Target (A); Three quarter figure of a 
young girl, in her left hand she holds a 
small target over her heart. (1 19109, 
Aug. 22, 1906.) 8742 

3595— PT 4, NO 10—06 2 



Hanfstaengl (Franz), Mu- 
nich, (lermany. 
Tear (The) Bust portrait of a woman 
looking upward, tear in her eve. (1 
19113, Aug. 22, 1906.) * 8748 

1 photo, each Aug. 22, 1906. 

Lapointe (Albert), Paris, 
France. 
Le courage. Figure of a man standing, 
the body nude, save for a loin cloth; 
the right foot forward; head slightly 
turned to the left, in his right hand he 
holds a sword. (I 19107, Aug. 21, 
1906. ) 8744 

Le Fer. Figure of a man standing, nude 
to the waist; his head is bent down in 
attentive thought and he is reading a 
book which he holds open in his left 
hand and forearm; in his right hand 
he holds a sledge hammer. (I 19105, 
Aug. 21, 1906.) 8745 

Vers la paix. Figure of a woman stand- 
ing; her hands are joined and resting 
on her right knee which is slightly for- 
ward. Her right foot rests on a broken 
sword. (I 19106, Aug. 21, 1906. ) 8746 

1 photo, each Aug. 21, 1906. 

Lawrence & Jellicoe (Lim- 
ited), London, England. 
Drawing showing interior of an old Eng- 
lish mansion, a parish beadle holding 
a small urchin by his left ear, and in 
his left hand holding up a small rabbit. 
(I 19042, Aug. 16, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
16, 1906. ) 8747 

Le Vasseur ( A. ) & cc, Paris, 
France. 
Cerf sur ses fins. The last stage of a deer 
hunt. On the right ascending a hill 
the deer is seen all fagged out and 
closely followed by the hounds. (I 
19056, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8748 

Danseuses espagnoles. Two dancing 
girls in a characteristic Spanish dance. 
On the left, one of them, seen full 
face, raises aloft her right arm. (I 
19055, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8749 

189 



190 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTKIKS 



Le Vasseur ( A. ) & co., Paris, 
France. 
Napoleon en Espagne. Napoleon I on a 
white horse prominently occupying 
the ('entre and foreground ... on 
the right and in the middle ground are 
seen four of his aides-de-camp. (I 
19053, Aug. 20, 1906.) 

3750 

Nid (Un) de sirenes. The allegorical 
representation of a nest of sirens. 
Two negroes seen in the background 
. . . pull off the nest covering and 
there appear, in their nude forms, 
four sirens still asleep. (I 19054, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 

8761 



Le Vasseur ( A. ) & co., Paris, 
France. 
Poniatowski (Prince) Leipzig 1813. 
Prince Poniatowski when attempting 
to join Napoleon's main army by 
plunging into the Elster. (I 19062, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3762 

1 photo, each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Life publishing company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Battle of Bunco Hill; after the painting 
of the Battle of Bunker Hill by Trum- 
bull. It represents the opposing forces, 
citizens, liberty and army of the people 
on one side, and the army of the trusts 
on the other. (I 19104, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3768 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,732 



Baoasn "^ - ^m -< 7 



LIBRARY OF COXGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 




CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH S, 1891, 
518T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 565, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 11 

September 13, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PKINTING OFFICE 
1906 



NOV 121906 

From the 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS, AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title i^i abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by M. F. Abelea <fe co., London. England. Class F, 
XXc, no. 43139, June 19, 1906; 2 copies received June 19. 1906." 



Abeles (M. F.) & co., Lon- 
don, England. 
Arrival of Empress Marie Louise in Paris. 
(F 43139, June 19, 1906. ) 3754 

Sojourn at St. Cloud. ( F 43138, June 19, 
1906.) 3766 

2 c. each June 19, 1906. 

Barton & Spooner, Comwall- 
on-Hudson, N. Y. 
Haines falls, Catskill mts. ( F 44804, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 8766 

Blodgett (May A. ), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Crescent moon. (F 44822, Aug. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 8767 

Bowles (J. H.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Judges and lawyers Winnebago county, 
III, 1906. (F*^ 42990, June 9, 1906.) 

8768 

Real estate exchange St. Paul, 1906. (F 

42991, June 9, 1906. ) 8769 

2 c. each June 16, 1906. 

Dehnhoff (K.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Belle of the Atlantic. *( F 45110, Aug. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906. ) 8760 

Doll & Richards, Boston, 
Mass. 
Webster (Daniel) (F 43258, June 22, 
1906; 2 c. June 22, 1906. ) 8761 

Dunn (Walter E. ), Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Marriage certificate. (F 45064, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8762 

Faulkner (C. W.) & co. 
(Limited), London, 
England. 
Tempting (A) bait. (F 43053, June 14, 
1906; 2 c. May 21, 1906.) 8768 



Frost & Reed, Bristol, Eng- 
land. 
Now came still ev'ning on. (F 44054, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 3764 

Graves ( Henry ) <& co. ( Lim- 
ited) , London, England. 
Lady Hamilton as shepherdess. (F 42589, 
May 31, 1906; 2 c. May 11, 1906.) 3766 

Hallbei^ (Chas. Edward), 
Austin, 111. 
Morning after the storm. (F 44057, July 
23, 1906. ) 3766 

Storm in the Galilee sea. (F 44058, July 
23, 1906. ) 8767 

2 c. each July 23, 1906. 

Hart, Scbaffner <& Marx, 
Chicago, 111. 
At Martin's. (F 44953, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

8768 

J'ai perdu la key. (F 44956, Aug. 18, 

1906. ) 8769 

Proposal (The) (F 44952, Aug. 18, 
1906. ) 8770 

Rosary (The) (F 44954, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

8771 

Waiting at the church. (F 44955, Aug. 

18, 1906. ) 8772 

2 c. each Aug. 18, 1906. 

Harwell, Evans companv. 
New York, N. Y. 
Bareback rider. (F 44931, Aug. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 3778 

Beguiling. (F 45044, Aug. 27, J906; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8774 

Colonia. (F 44924, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 24, 1906. ) 3776 

Do it now. (F 44932, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 24, 1906.) 3776 

Gentleman from Missouri. (F 44934, 
Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906. ) 3777 

191 



192 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Harwell, Evans company, 
New York N. Y. 
Getting busy. (F 44933,*Aug. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 24, 1906. ) 8778 

Grave decorum. (F 45045, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 8779 

Imploring. (F 45043, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 8780 

Lenore. (F 44926, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 24, 1906.) 8781 

Marvelling. (F 45041, Aug. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8782 

Nevermore. (F 45046, Aug. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8788 

Nolita. (F 44925, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 24, 1906. ) 8784 

Peering. (F 45042, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8786 

Pondering. (F 45038, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8786 

Prophet. (F 45040, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8787 

Respite. (F 45039, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906.) 8788 

Title page. (F 45037, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906.) 8789 

Waunda. (F 44927, Aug. 24,1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 24, 1906. ) 8790 

Hendrich (Emil), New 
York, N. Y. 
Fighting blue grouse. (F 41537, Apr. 4, 
1906; 2 c. June 11, 1906.) 8791 

Hopkins (Cordelia 0.), To- 
ledo, Ohio. 
Old Lucas Co. court house, Maumee, 
Ohio. (F 44259, July 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) ' 8792 

Ithaca gun company, Ithaca, 
N. Y. 
Old Sam. (F 44882, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8793 

Kvindens magasin, Minneap- 
olis, Minn. 
Coronation of King Haakon and Queen 
Maud. (F 44935, Aug. 24, 1906. ) 

3794 

Kioig Haakon and Queen Maud in their 

regal robes. (F 44936, Aug. 24, 1906. ) 

3795 
2 c. each Aug. 24, 1906. 

Life publishing company. 
New York, N. Y. 
All the world loves a lover. (F 44939, 
Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 

3796 

Littig (W. T.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Cornell university. (F 43154, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 3797 

Dartmouth college. (F 43298, June 25, 
1906; 2 c. June 25, 1906.) 3798 



Littig (W. T.^ New York, 

X^ • JL • 

Princeton university. (F 43153, June 20, 
1906; 2 c. June 20, 1906.) 8799 

McClintock (G. Mortimer), 
Newark, N. J. 
Mother church; in the foreground, no. 1. 
(F 45084, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 8800 

Front view of the extension, no. 2. 

(F 45085, Aug. 29, 1906.) 8801 

side view of extension, no. 3. (F 

45086, Aug. 29, 1906. 8808 

2 c. each Aug. 30, 1906. ) 

Moffat, Yard & co.. New 

York, N. Y. 

At the theatre. (F 45066, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

8808 

Fair (A) chauffeur. (F 45067, Aug. 29, 

1906.) ^ 8804 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Myers (M. T. ) & son, Ge- 
neva, N. Y. 
Hobart girl. (F 45111, Aug. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 8805 

Perry Mason company. Bos- 

ton I^ass. 

Boy reading. (F 45048,* Aug. 27, 1906.) 

8806 
Father and three children. (F 45053, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8807 

Father, mother, boy and girl. (F 46054, 

Aug. 27, 1906.) 8808 

Father reading. (F 45050, Aug. 27, 

1906. ) 3809 

Grandmother and family. (F 45051, 

Aug. 27, 1906.) 8810 

Mother and two children. (F 46052, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3811 

Mother reading. (F 45049, Aug. 27, 

1906.) 8812 

Two girls reading. (F 45047, Aug. 27, 

1906.) 8818 

2 c. each Aug. 27, 1906. 

Sheahan (M. T.), Brookline, 
Mass. 
Are you in earnest? (F 44958, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 8814 

As unto the bow. (F 44962, Aug. 27, 
1906.) 8816 

Friendship. (F 44961, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

8816 
I love old times. (F 44959, Aug. 27, 
1906.) 8817 

Sleep sweet. (F 44957, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

8818 

So live, that when thy summons comes. 

(F 44960, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8819 

Thy mother. (F 44964, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

3820 

' We live in deeds. (F 4496?, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 3821 

I 2 c. each Aug. 27, 1906. 



ENQRAVINGS, CUT8, AND PRINTS 



193 



Smith (Frank J.), Chicago, 
111. 
Idon*t want to kiss you. ( F 44881, Au^. 
23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906. ) 8822 

State committee, Y. M. C. A., 
Boston, Mass. 
Work by day, study by night. (F 45112, 
Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1906.) 

8828 

Tammen (H. H.), Denver, 
Colo. 
Bright-eves goodbve. 867. (F 44987, 
Aug. 27, 1906. ) ' 8824 

Come lets drink while we have breath. 
886. (F 45013, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8825 

Detained at the office, pressing business. 
865. ( F 44985, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8826 

First (The) wash dav. 884. (F 45004, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) ' 8827 

Good (A) thing on the quiet. 857. (F 
44982, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8828 

Hello Bill. 855. (F 44989, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 8829 

Here's one on you. 880. (F 45000, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 8880 

Here's to all the world for fear some darn 
fool may take offence. 888. ( F 45009, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 8831 

Here's to one another and one other. 
907. (F 44997, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3882 

Here's to the ladies, God bless 'em. 908. 
(F 44996, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8833 

Here's to those who love us. 892. (F 
45001, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3834 

Here's wishing us more friends and less 
need of them. 887. (F 45008, Aug. 
27, 1906.) 8885 

I am getting just a little bored. 883. (F 
45012, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8836 

I can't possiblv get away. 853. (F 45016, 
Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3887 

I hope to run across you soon. 861. (F 
45003, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8838 

I may be crazv but I ain't no fool. 879. 
(F 45014, Abg. 27, 1906.) 3839 

I missed my train. 858. (F 45006, Aug. 
27, 1906.) 3840 

I was held up last night. 866. ( F 45015, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 3841 

I was stuck for the drinks. 869. (F 
45018, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3842 

I'm boarding in a swell place. 868. ( F 
45020, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3843 

I'm going to take a little trip. 863. ( F 
45005, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3844 

l^m likelv to drop in most any time. 881. 
(F 44998, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3845 



Tamifien (H. H ), Denver, 
C^olo. 
I'm on the water wagon now. 870. (P 
45019, Aug. 27, 190tl) 8846 

I'm spending most of my time on the 
beach. 882. ( F44991, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

8847 

I'm taking a change of 'air. 856. (F 
44993, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8848 

I'm taking a dav off. ( F 45021, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 8849 

I'm taking a little fresh heir. 878. (F 
45011, Aug. 27, 190<>. ) 8850 

It^the little thingsin life that count. 860. 
( F 45017, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8851 

Made in (iermanv. 876. ( F44983, Aug. 
27, nK)6.) 8852 

Man i.^.«<oniewhat like a savage. 889. (F 
45(H)7, Aug. 27, UHKi.) 8858 

Mav everv dav bring you more happiness 
than vesterdav. 910. (F 44994, Aug. 
27, 1906.) 8854 

Mav von live as long as you like. 890. 
(F*45010, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8855 

Sorrv I can't reach you. 864. (F 44992, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 8856 

That settles it. 870. (F 44988, Aug. 27, 
190(). ) 8857 

'Tis easv enough to be pleasant. 893. 
(F 45002, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3858 

We had a grand blow out. 874. (F 
44986, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8859 

We raised the . 875. (F 44984, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8860 

Will not be home for 30 days have gone 
to W heeling. 862. ( F 44995, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 8861 

Wouian. The fairest work of the great 
author. 891. (F 44999, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 8862 

You're missing a "good -eel." 873. (F 
44990, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3868 

2 c. each Aug. 25, 1906. 

Tonnele ( Walter), New York, 
N. Y. 
Into the future. (F 44928, Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 8864 

Light and graceful as a wayward feather. 
(F 44929, Aug. 24, 1906.) 3865 

Soul delights in motion. (F 44930, Aug. 
24, 1906. ) 3866 

2 c. each Aug. 24, 1906. 

Voll (Henry) & co., London, 
England. 
Among the hills. (F 44150, July 27, 
1906. ) 3867 

Glint (A) in the storm. (F 44151, July 
27, 1906.) 3868 

2 c. each July 27, 1906. 



194 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Wolff (Louis) & CO., (Limit- 
ed), London, England. 
Across the ferry. (F 42896, June 8, 
1906. ) 8869 

By the old mill stream . ( F 42895, June 8, 
1906. ) 8870 

Cottage garden. ( F 42897, June 8, 1906. ) 

8871 

Court of Cleopatra. (F 42894, June 8, 

1906. ) 8872 

Dovecot (The) ( F 42898, June 8, 1906. ) 

8878 
2 c. each, June 4, 1906. 

Good friends. (F 43594, July 6, 1906; 
2 c. Feb. 5, 1906. ) 3874 

Homewards. (F 42899, June 8, 1906; 
2 c. June 4, 1906. ) 3876 

Irene. (F 44786, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3876 



Wolff (Louis) & CO., (Limit- 
ed), London, England. 
Jealousy. (F 43595, July 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Feb. 5, 1906.) 8877 

Open your mouth and shut your eyes. 
(F 42891, June 8, 1906; 2 c. June 11, 
1906.) S878 

Peace festival. (F 42892, June 8, 1906; 
2 c. June 4, 1906.) 8879 

Phyllis. (F 44788, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 8880 

Roadside smithy. (F 42893, June 8, 
1906; 2 c. June 4, 1906.) 3881 

Rosalind. (F 44787, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 3882 

20 century aerial navigation 

company (Limited), 

Portland, Me. 

Jordan (L. F. ) (F 44904, Aug. 24, 1906; 

2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 3888 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 6,979 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

AnraDged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titleti. 

To s&ve space the cof vright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Ackermann & Quigley litho company, Kansaa 
City, Mo. Class G, XXc. no. 13686, July 20, 1906; 2 copies receiyed July 20. 1906." 



Ackermann & Quigley litho' 

company, Kansas City, 

Mo. 

I refuse to pose for the pictare. i sheet. 

no. 1046. (G 13686, July 20, 1906. ) 

8884 

Kitchen scene, i sheet no. 1045. (G 
13683, July 20, 1906. ) 8888 

Policeman and Bridget, i sheet, no. 
1044. (G 13684, July 20, 1906. ) 8886 

Wharf scene, i sheet, no. 1047. (G 
13685, July 20, 1906. ) 8887 

2 c. each July 20, 1906. 

Courier company of Buf- 
falo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Conversation song and dance. (G 13882, 
Aug. 11, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 

8888 

Ikie he*s running side ways. (G 13926, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

8889 

Long (The) green. (G 13924, Aug. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 8890 

Nature class. (G 13907, Aug. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906.) 8891 

Pleasure is all yours. (G 13906, Aug. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 8892 

Sh; I see a noise approaching. ( G 13878, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 

3898 



Courier company of Buf- 
falo, Buffalo,* N. Y. 
Something on his mind. (G 13925, Aug. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 8894 

Till we meet again. (G 13879, Aug. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 3898 

Trumbull (Mazie) portrait. (G 13814, 
Aug. 1, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 

8896 

Wonder land. (G 13881, Aug. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 8897 

Ferguson (Chas. W.), Mil- 
waukee i^is 
How ish dot for high. (G 13947, Aug. 
27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 8898 

Ketterlinus litho' manufac- 
turing company, Phila- 
delphia, ra. 
Battle (The) cry. (G 13939, Aug. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 3899 

Preedy (Franklin W.), 
Portsmouth, Va. 
I invite my children to come home in 
1907. (G 13949, Aug. ^, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906.) 3900 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 , 1,916 



195 



CLASS H, PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with Hiibalphabet «f titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvright by American muloscopo and biogniph company. 
New York, N. Y. Class H, XXe, no. 82299; Aug. 25, lyOi; 2 copies received Aug. 25, 190()." 



American mutoscope and bio- 
graph company, New York, 
N. Y. 

Cruise of The Gladys. (H 82299, Aujf. 25, 
1906; 2 C. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 8901 

Burbank (Alfred S.), Ply- 
mouth, Mass. 
Adams free public library, Kingston, 
Maas. (H 82318, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

3902 
Central (The) tree of Massachusetts, Rut- 
land, Mass. (H 82331, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

Clift Rodgers' free public library. Mash- 
field Hills, Mass. (H 82327, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 3904 

Daniel Webster House, Marshfield, Mass. 
(H 82329, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8905 

Four comers, Marshfield Hills, Mass. ( H 
82326, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3906 

Harbor (The) and town from Burial hill, 
pilgrim Plymouth. ( H 82310, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 8907 

Hurd's factory, Kingston, Mass. (H 
82337, Aug. 27, 1906.) 8908 

High school, Kingston, Mass. ( H 82334, 
Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3909 

Main street, Kingston, Mass. (H 82319, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 8910 

Main street, Marshfield Hills, Mass. ( H 
82325, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3911 

Memorial tablet. Gov. William Bradford 
estate, Kingston, Mass. (H 82332, 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 3912 

Old (The) forge, Kingston, Mass. (H 
82335, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3913 

Old (The) oaken bucket house, Scituate, 
Mass. (H82313, Aug. 27, 1906.) 3914 

Original Daniel Webster house, Marsh- 
field, Mass. (H 82330, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

3915 

Original (The) Peregrine White house, 
Marshfield, Mass. (H 82315, Aug. 27, 
1906.) 3916 



Burbank (Alfred S.), Ply- 
mouth, Mass. 
Peregrine White house*, Marshfield, Mass. 
(H 82314, Aug. 27, 190(5.) 8917 

Pilgrim Plymouth, the town from Cannon 
hill (H 82311, Aug. 27, 1900. ) 8918 

Pilgrim Plymouth town brook and alms 
house pond, Watson's hill. (H 82312, 
Aujr. 27, 1906. ) 3919 

Prosi>ect street, Marshfield Hills, Mass. 
(H 82324, Aug. 27, 1906.) 892a 

Railroad station, Kingston, Mass. (H 
82336, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3921 

Railroad station. Sea View, Mass. (H' 
82323, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8922 

Soldier's monument and town hall, King- 
ston, Mass. (H 82321, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

3923 

Summer street, Kingston, Mass. (H 
82333, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3924 

Summer street, Sea View, Mass. (H 
82322, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 8925 

Town hall, Kingston, Mass. (H 82320, 
Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3926 

Universalist church, Kingston, Mass. 
( H 82338, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3927 

View from Stoddard's Field, Marshfield 
Hills, Mass. ( H 82328, A ug. 27, 1906. ) 

3928 

Village (The) from Governor's hill, Sea 

View, Maijs. ( H 82317, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

3929 

Webster's (Daniel) grave, Marshfield, 

Mass. (H 82316, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 3930 

2 c. each Aug. 27, 1906. 

De Smith (Jessie), New 

York, N. Y. 

Life and death of worlds. ( H 82275, Aug. 

16, 1906.) 3931 

Life eternal. (H 82273, Aug. 16, 1906.) 

3932 

Man^s life, work, temptations and death. 

(H 82276, Aug. 16, 1906.) 3933 

2 c each Aug. 16, 1906. 

197 



198 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Engle (Jno. F.)> Elizabeth 
City, N. C. 
Greetings from Elizabeth City. ( H 82272, 
Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 

3934 
Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Acres of calla lilies, 99. ( H 81829, Aug. 
11,1906.) 8985 

Administration bldg. of St. Agnes' s in- 
sane asylum. 71. (H 81838, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8936 

Alone, at last alone! 2325. (H 81854, 
Aug. 11, 1906. ) 8987 

Bread line at relief station. Golden Gate 
park. 28. (H 81815, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

8988 

Bread line at St. Marv's relief station on 
Van Ness ave. 1. *(H 81790, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8989 

Broad area near City hall showing effects 
of earthquake. 40. (H 81825, Aug. 
11,1906.) 8940 

California street from the top of the hill. 
4. (H 81793, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3941 

California street looking toward the ferry. 
3. (H 81792, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8942 

City hall after the earthquake, showing 
the shattered foundations. 39. (H 
81824, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8948 

City hall and site of several large banks. 
2. (H 81791, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8944 

City hall from McAllister street. 20. 
(H 81807, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8945 

Closely guarded ruins of St. Ignatius 
church. 33. ( H 81820, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8946 

Commencement day on the campus. 
3591. (H 81850, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8947 

Demolished library bldg. of Stanford 
university. 91. (H 81833, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8948 

Dewey monument from St. Francis hotel. 
152. (H 81826, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8949 

Distant view^ of St. Agnes* s insane 
asvlum. 63. (H 81841, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8950 

Effects of the earthquake at St. Agnes' s 
insane asylum. 67. (H 81840, Aug. 
11, 1906.) 8951 

Expert safe openers at work. 44. (H 
81846, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8952 

Field of peonies. 94. (H 81831, Aug. 
11,1906.) 8953 

Field of roses. 93. (H 81832, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 3954 

Forming bread line at Jefferson square. 
24. (H 81811, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8955 

General view of ruins from corner of 
Sutter and Jones streets. 12. (H 
81799, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3956 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Improvised home among the ruins. 56. 
(H 81843, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3957 

Japanese soldiers making charcoal in 

Manchuria. 8974. (H 81788, Aug. 11, 

. 1906. ) 3958 

La France roses. 96. (H 81830, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8959 

Left wing of City hall, showing disaster 
wrought by earthquake. 38. (H 81823, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 3960 

Let her beautv be her wedding dower. 
3613. (H 81851, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3961 

Letter from an old school mate. 3612. 
(H 81852, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3969 

Looking east from Ellis and Jones streets. 
16. (H 81803, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3963 

Looking east from Pine and Stockton 
streets. 13. ( H 81800, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

3964 

Looking north on Mason street, showing 
ruins of Fairmont hotel. 17. (H 81 804, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 8965 

Looking northwest from Ellis and Powell 
streets. 26. ( H 81813, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

3966 

Looking over thousands of acres of wreck- 
age. 42. (H 81848, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

3967 

Looking south from roof of St. Francis 

hotel. 149. ( H 81827, Aug. 1 1 , 1906. ) 

3968 
Looking south from Sutter and Stockton 
streets. (H 81817, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

3969 

Looking up Grant avenue from Market 
street. 18. (H 81805, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

3970 

Looking west from the Jewish synagogue. 
27. (H 81814, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3971 

Market street from ferry depot. 22. (H 
81809, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8972 

Miles of wreckage caused by fire and 
earthquake. 81. (H 81836, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 3978 

Miles of wreckage to Telegraph hill. 43. 
(H 81847, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 3974 

Real love story. 2277. ( H 81853, Aug. 
11, 1906.) 3975 

Refugees' camp and bread line, Jefferson 
square. 11. (H 81798, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8976 

Refugees' camp; former dwelling in the 
background. 29. (H 81816, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 3977 

Refugees' camp, showing City hall in the 
background. 34. (H 81821, Aug. 11, 
1906.) 3978 

Refugees in camp at Golden Gate park. 
25. (H 81812, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3979 



PHOTOOBAPH8 



199 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Refng^ees' camp on Telegraph hill. 7. 
(H 81795, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8980 

Religious ceremony over the Japanese 
dead whose ashes are in the small 
boxes, Manchuria. 973. (H 81787, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 8981 

Remains of immenpe building block and 
City hall. 31. (H 81818, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 8982 

Residents preparing their meals in the 
streets. 51. (H 81844, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

8988 
Resuming business in a tent on side- 
walk. 23. (H 81810, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

3984 

Ruins of Citv hall, recently built at a 

cost of $7,000,000. 9. ( H 81797, Aug. 

11,1906.) 8985 

Ruins of memorial arch, iStanford uni- 
versity. 89. ( H 81834, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8986 
Ruins of memorial church, Stanford uni- 
versity. 88. (H 81835, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8987 

Ruins of St. Agnes's insane asylum. 61. 

(H 81842, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8988 

Ruins of the Jewish synagogue. 14. ( H 
81801, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8989 

Sacramento st. from the ferry depot. 8. 
(H 81796, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8990 

Safes guarded by soldiers on Market 
street. 19. ( H 81806, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 

8991 

Seventh regiment, National Guards, 
camped in Lincoln square, Oakland, 
Cal. 41 . ( H 81 789, A ug. 1 1 , 1906. ) 

8992 

South end of male ward, St. Agnes' s in- 
sane asylum. 68. (H 81839, Aug. 11, 
1906.) ' 8998 

Stolen kisses sweetest are. 2290. (H 
81855, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8994 

Supplies arriving by steamer. 35. (H 
81822, Aug. 11, 1906.) 3996 

Thousands in bread line. 45. ( H 81845, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 3996 

Tons of flour on sidewalk ready for dis- 
tribution. 32. (H 81819, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 3997 

View of Chinatown and Nob hill in dis- 
tance. 73. (H 81837, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

3998 

View of Nob hill. 15. (H 81802, Aug. 
11,1906.) 3999 

View on Market St. 5. (H 81794, Aug. 
11,1906.) 4000 

Wedding bells, the bride. 3560. 3. (H 
81849, Aug. 11, 1906.) 4001 



Griffith A Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Work of earth(]uake on street and curb, 
Brannan street. 143. (H 81828, Aug. 
11,1906.) iocs 

5000 refugees camped in Jefferson square. 
21. (H 81808, Aug. 11. 1906.) 4008 

2 c. each Aug. 11, 1906. 

' Hanson (Mavnard D. ), 

Portland, Me. 
Naples, Maine. ( H 82278, Aug. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 4004 

Hine (Henry D. ), New Mil- 
foni. Conn. 
Brennan (John). A. (H 81646, July 
27, 1906. ) 4006 

B. (H 81647, July 27, 1906.) 4006 

2 c. each July 30, 1906. 

Holsinger (R. W.), diar- 
lottesville, Va. 
Jefferson's approach to Monticello. (H 
82297, Aug. 25, 1906.) 4007 

Jefferson's lawn, Monticello. (H 82298, 
Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4008 

2 c. each Aug. 25, 1906. 

Monticello (The) guards. (H 82277, 
Aug. 24. 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 

4009 

Jamestown exj)osition com- 
pany, Norfolk, \'a. 
Official flag, Jamestown exposition. (H 
82388, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1906. ) 4010 

Jensen (Karl), Knumclaw, 
^^ash. 
Enumclaw, Washington, 1906. ( H 82209, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4011 

Kenyon (William C), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
, Broom (The) of Hercules. (H 82294, 
Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4012 

King (Johnson P. ) & Simon- 
son (Jacob), Waterloo, 
Iowa. 
I Iowa democratic convention, Aug. 7, 
I 1906. (H 82309, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
I Aug. 14, 1906.) 4013 

Western conference of student young 
women's christian association, Aug. 10, 
1906. (H 82308, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 4014 

Miles brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
Head-on collision at Brighton Beach race 
track, July 4, 1906. ( H 82213, Aug. 
I 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4015 



200 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Plant (Jane), New York, 
N. Y. 
Afternoon tea. 1. (H 82376, Aug. 21, 
1906. ) 4016 

2. ( H 82378, Aug. 21, 1906. ) 4017 

Geisha girl. (H 82380, Aug. 21, 1906. ) 

4018 
Japanese maid. ( H 82379, Aug. 21, 1906. ) 

• 4019 

Young coquette. (H 82377, Aug. 21, 

1906. ) 4020 

2 c. each Aug. 21, 1906. • 
Purdy (J. E.), Wakefield, 

Baer (John Willis) . 1. (H 82381, Aug. 
28, 1906.) 4021 

2. ( H 82382, Aug. 28, 1906. ) 4022 

2 c. each Aug. 28, 1906. 

Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Along the Axenstrasse bridge, Berne, 
Switzerland. 2009. ( H 80393, July 9, 
1906. ) 4023 

Along the beautiful Viga canal, Ixtacalco, 
Mexico. 900. (H 80320, July 9, 1906.) 

4024 

Along the line, Lumsden's horse, near 
Bloemfontaine, So. Africa. 2501. (H 
80405, July 9, 1906. ) 4025 

Along the main thoroughfare, Hamburg, 
Germany. 1903. (H 80388, July 9, 
1906. ) 4026 

Altdorf, scene of the exploits of William 
Tell, Switzerland. 2005. (H 80392, 
July 9, 1906.) 4027 

At Grandpa's on the farm. 1421. (H 
80339, July 9, 1906.) 4028 

Bamboo (A) band and native homes in 
southern Luzon, Philippines. 2711. 
(H 80420, July 9, 1906. ) 4029 

Bern's caf^, Stockholm, Sweden. 2105. 
(H 80397, July 9, 1906.) 4030 

Bird's eye view of Baal beck showing 
the ruins of the Temple of the Sun, 
Syria. 1220. (H 78797, June 4, 1906.) 

4031 

Bird's eye view of Tarsus, the birth- 
place of Saul, Syria. 1219. ( H 78796, 
June 4, 1906. ) 4032 

Burro (A) train bringing gold from the 
mines near Ouray, Col., U.S. A. 1535. 
(H 78761, June 4, 1906.) 4033 

Business (The) center of the Empire 
citv, Broadway, New Y'ork. 1500. 
(H 80340, July 9, 1906. ) 4034 

Casino (The) Monte Carlo's great gam- 
bling resort, Monaco. 1808. (H 
80386, July 9, 1906. ) 4036 

Chinese method of shoeing horse, 
Peking, Cliina. 2405. (II 78770, June 
4, 190t5.) 4036 



Smith (W. 8.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Chry?anthemum.( A) secret, Japan. 517. 
(H 80315, July 9, 1906.) 4037 

Cleaning and preparing hemp on a hemp 
plantation, Philippines. 2703. (H 
80412, July 9, 1906.) 408» 

Cliff House and Seal Rocks, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 1523. (H 80349, July 9, 
1906. ) 4039 

Cloud (The) covered queen of Alpine 
heights, Jungfrau, Switzerland. 2011. 
( H 80394, July 9, 1906. ) 4040 

Coming to the mill with sugar cane, 
Philippines. 2719. (H 80427, July 9, 
1906. ) 4041 

Corridor of the library, palace of the 
Vatican, Rome, Italy. 419. ( H 80313, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4042 

Decked in winter's icy mantle J^iagara 
Falls, N. Y. 1509. (H 80344, July 9, 
1906. ) 4043 

Delivering fresh milk. 1615. ( H 80375, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4044 

Egg (The) he got for breakfast. 1619. 
( H 80376, July 9, 1906. ) 4045 

Eiffel tower, Champ de Mars in distance 
Paris exposition 1900. Paris, France. 
1800. (H 80383, July 9, 1906.) 4046 

Eiffel tower from the Trocadero Paris 
exposition 1900 Paris, France. 1801. 
(H 78794 June 4, 1906. ) 4047 

Elevated railroad, 8th ave., New York 
city U. S. A. 1505. (H 80343, July 9, 
1906. ) 4048 

P2ntrance to the port at Nice, looking 
toward Castle Hill, France. 1804. (H 
80384, July 9, 1906.) 4049 

Fair Bingen on the Rhine, Germany. 
1904. ( H 78670, June 4, 1906. ) 4050 

Fair ( A ) daughter of Japan in bathing 
costume. 530. (H 80016, June 30, 
1906. ) 4051 

Falls of the Yellowstone river, Yellow- 
stone national park. 1529. (H 80353, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4052 

Filipino farmer preparing fields for rice 
near Manila. 2708. (H 80417, July 9, 
1906. ) 4063 

Flat Iron building Fifth ave, and Broad- 
way, New York city. 1502. ( H 80341, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4064 

Fleet street and St. Paul's, London, Eng. 
106. (H 80310, July 9, 1906.) 4066 

Flower gardens, east front Windsor 
castle, Windsor, England. 109. (H 
80312, July 9, 1906.) 4066 

Flower (The) market, Torve, Almenning 
Bergen, Norwav. 2204. (H 804OO, 
July 9, 1906.) * 4087 



PH0TOORAPH8 



201 



Smith (W. 8.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Flowerbeds (The) and entrance of the 
National Mnsenm at Athens. 2303. 
(H 80404, July 9, 1906.) 4068 

Following in the footsteps to their fathem, 
little cock fighters Philippines. 2720. 
( H 80428, July 9, 1906. ) 4059 

Fuji-Yama from the most perfect view 
point Japan. 513. (H 78829, June 
4, 1906. ) 4060 

Olaciej- Point, Yosemite Valley, Cal. 
1556. ( H 80367, July 9, 1906. ) 4061 

Glimpse (A) of Bergen's great harl)or, 
Norway. 2207. (H 80403, July 9, 
1906. ) 4062 

Golden Gate park, San Francisco, C^al. 
1522. ( H 80348, July 9, 1906. ) 4063 

Grand (The) canyon of the Colorado 
from Grand View, Arizona. 1567. (H 
80368, July 9, 1906. ) 4064 

Great (The) Brooklyn bridge, New York, 
U. S. A. 1504. (H 80342, July 9, 
1906. ) 4066 

Group (A) of Jgorrote packers, Philip- 
pines. 2713. H 80422, July 9, 1906.) 

4066 

Harvesting Indian river pineapples, Fla. 
1537. (H 80356, July 9, 1906.) 4067 

He, murderation Marv hold on. She, 
Pm holding on. 1618. (H 78689, 
June 4, 1906.) 4068 

How bridges are built in the mountains, 
Norway. 2206. (H 80402, July 9, 
1906. ) 4069 

Hulling rice for breakfast, Philippines. 
2718. (H 80426, July 9, 1906 ) 4070 

Husking cocoanuts, Philippines. 2715. 
(H 80423, July 9, 1906.) 4071 

Igorrotes harvesting rice, Philippines. 
2716. (H 80424, July 9, 1906. ) 4072 

Igorrotes planting rice, Philippines. 
2709. (H 80418, July 9, 1906. ) 4073 

Imperial army transports crossing the 
Vaal river at Viljoens Drift, So. Africa. 
2604. (H 80407, July 9, 1906.) 4074 

In the beautiful gardens, Monte Carlo, 
Monaco. 1809. (H 80387, July 9, 
1906. ) 4075 

In the king's garden, Stockholm, Swe- 
den. 2102. (H 80396, July 9, 1906.) 

4076 

In the Union stock yards, Chicago, 111. 
1555. (H 80366, July 9, 1906. ) 4077 

Interior Dilwara Temple, Mount Abu, 
India. 1301. (H 80321, July 9, 1906.) 

4078 

Interior mosque Mehemet Ali, Cairo, 
Egypt. 708. ( H 78645, June 4, 1906. ) 

4079 



Smith (W. H,), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Interior of the church of St. Mary, Beth- 
lehem, Palestine. 1209. (H 78803, 
June 4, 1906. ) 4010 

Iris (An) garden at Houkiri, Japan. 
531. (H 80316, July 9, 1906.) 4081 

Its rude awakening, b. 1623. (H 80380, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4082 

Japanera landsca|H* ganlening. 515. (H 
80314, July 9. 1906. ) 4088 

Japanese transportation train passing 
through the streets of .Mukden, China. 
2402. ( H 78781, June 4, 1906. ) 4084 

Kaffir war dance, Johannesburg, South 
Africa. 2506. ( H 78643, June 4, 1906. ) 

4086 

Lake Ix>ui8e and Mt. Victoria. B. C. 
Canada. 1006. (H 78652, June 4, 
1906. ) 4086 

Lesson (A) in physical culture. A. 
1607. ( H 78687, June 4, 1906. ) 4087 

Little (A) hot pot on crest of Jupiter 
Terrace, Yellowstone national park, 
U. S. A. 1528. (H 80352, Julv 9, 
1906. ) 4088 

Little ( A ) soldier of fortune. 1416. ( H 
80:«4, July 9, 1906. ) 4089 

Looking from th^ top of gov. appraiser's 
building after the earthquake, San 
Francisco, Cal. 1573. ( H 80370, July 
9. 1906.) 4090 

I.<ooking toward the government build- 
ing, Christiania, Norway. 2200. (H 
80398, July 9, 1906. ) 4091 

Love's blissful dream. A. 1622. (H 
80379, July 9, 1906. ) 4092 

Luscious oranges of the San Bernardino 
vallev, Calif. 1521. (H 80347, July 
9,1906.) 4093 

Main parlor United States hotel, Sara- 
toga, N. Y. 1542. ( H 80359, July 9, 
1906. ) 4094 

Making a Welfh rare- bit rabbit. 1419. 
(H 80337, July 9, 1906. ) 4096 

Making cookies. 1417. (H 80835, July 
9, 1906.) 4096 

Market ntreet, San Francisco, before the 
earthquake of 1906. 1526. ( H 80351, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4097 

Matterhom (The) from Riffelalp hotel, 
Switzeriand. 2000. ( H 78712, June 4, 
1906.) 4098 

May on volcano and old Spanish stone 
bridge, from I^gaspi, Philippines. 
2701. (H 80410, July 9, 1906.) 4099 

Modern (A) Diana. 1710. (II 80382, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4100 

Monday when the day is fair I always 
wash niv clotlies. 1422. (H 80^24, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4101 



202 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Mormon Temple and Tabernacle, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. 1640. (H 80358, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4102 

Native (A) conveyance, Delhi, India. 
1307. ( H 78791, June 4, 1906. ) 4108 

Native (A) turnout in southern Luzon, 
Philippines. 2707. ( H 804 16, July 9, 
1906.) 4104 

On Friday I sweep and dust and set all 
things to right. 1426. (H 80328, July 
9,1906.) 4105 

On Saturday I bake and cook and put all 
work from sight. 1427. (H 80329, 
July 9, 1906.) 4106 

On Tuesday I can iron them although it 
rains or blows. 1423. ( H 80325, July 
9, 1906. ) 4107 

On Thursday I can see mv friends I've 
nothing else to do. 1425. (H 80327, 
July 9, 1906.) 4108 

On Wednesday I can sew and knit and 
always like it too. 1424. (H 80326, 
July 9, 1906.) 4109 

Overlooking the A malienborg square from 
the dome of the marble church, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 2600. (H 80408, 
July 9, 1906.) ^ 4110 

Palace of the cliff dwellere of the Mesa 
Verde,Colo.,U. S.A. 1533. (H 80354, 
July 9, 1906.) 4111 

Palm garden and restaurant, Frankport, 
Germany. 1911. (H 80391, July 9, 
1906.) ' 4112 

Pasig (The) river and the famous bridge 
of Spain, Manila. 2700. (H 80409, 
July 9, 1906.) 4118 

Picking cotton, cotton fields of Arkansas. 
1551. (H 803ti3, July 9, 1906.) 4114 

Pillar of Hercules and Bridal Veil 
Heights, Columbia river, Oregon U. S. 
A. 1525. (H 80350, July 9, 1906. ) 

4115 

Pillow (The) fight. 1410. (H 80331, 
July 9, 1906.) 4116 

Playing solitaire. 1601 . ( H 80372, July 
9,1906.) 4117 

Playmates. 1414. (H 80333, July 9, 
1906.) 4118 

Ploughing (A) scene near Manila, Philip- 
pines. 2712. ( H 80421, July 9, 1906. ) 

4119 

Poor (The) man's cottage, Philippines. 
2705. (H 80414, July 9, 1906. ) 4120 

Receiving (The) vault of our martyred 
President William McKinley, Canton, 
Ohio. 1574. ( H 80371, July 9, 1906. ) 

4121 

Rest (A) by the wayside, weary and 
happy but hungry. 1707. (H 80381, 
July 9, 1906.) 4122 



Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Rheinsteiu castle, river Rhine, Germany. 
1910. ( H 80390, July 9, 1906. ) 4128 

River (The) Min at Foodiow, China. 
2410. ( H 78641 , June 4, 1906. ) 41 24 

Roosevelt (President Theodore) in his 
private office. White House, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 1518. (H 80346, Julv 9, 
1906. ) 4126 

Round-up (A) on a Texas cattle ranch, 
U. S. A. 1539. (H 80357, July 9, 
1906.) 4126 

Royal (The) gorge, grand canyon of the 
Arkansas, Colo., U. S. A. 1534. (H 
80355, July 9, 1906.) 4127 

Sea (A) of rice sheaves, Philippines. 
2717. (H 80425, July 9, 1906.) 4128 

Skippsboro (The) quai and National ho- 
tel, Stockholm, Sweden. 2100. (H 
80395, July 9, 1906. ) 4129 

Snap (A) shot. 1612. (H 80373, July 
9,1906.) 4130 

Spanking (A) good time. b. 1404. (H 
80322, July 9, 1906. ) 4181 

Statue in St. Stephens green, Dublin, 
Ireland. 801. ( H 80319, July 9, 1906. ) 

4182 

Storthingsal (The) where Norway's rep- 
resentatives meet, Christiania, Norway. 
2205. ( H 80401, July 9, 1906. ) 4188 

Stripping hemp on a hemp plantation, 
Philippines. 2702. ( H 8041 1 , July 9, 
1906.) 4184 

Surgical ( A ) operation. 1418. (H 80336, 
July 9, 1906.) 4186 

Taj (The) Mahal, Agra, India. 1302. 
( H 78790, June 4, 1906. ) 4186 

That pesky mouse. 1613. (H 80374, 
July 9, 1906.) 4187 

Tired of play. 1413. (H 80332, July 9, 
1906.) 4188 

Tombs of the Mamelukes and citadel, 
Cairo, Egvpt. 709. (H 80318, July 
9, 1906. " 4189 

Tropical ( A ) scene in the heart of a na- 
tive village, Philippines. 2706. (H 
80415, July 9, 1906. ) 4140 

Typical (A) Manchurian village home, 
China. 2404. ( H 78769, June 4, 1906. ) 

4141 

Under the swaving palms. Regent Park, 
London, England. 108. (H 80311, 
July 9, 1906. ) 4142 

Veaving the famous Manila rope, Philip- 
pines. 2704. (H 80413, July 9, 1906.) 

4148 

Young (A) woman* 8 privilege in the 
Philippines. 2710. ( H 80419, July 9, 
1906. ) 4144 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



208 



Smith (W. S.), Meadville, 
Pa. 
Zulu (A) beUe, Natal, South Africa. 
2502. (H 80406, July 9, 1906. ) 4146 

203 Meter hill, key to the defense of* 
Port Arthur, Manchuria, China. 2401. 
(H 78780, June 4, 1906.) 4146 

2 c. each Aug. 23, 1906. 

Smith <fe Price, Traverse City, 
Mich. 
Marion island. (H 81309, July 25, 1906; 
1 c July 12, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 

4147 

Sweet brothers, Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 

Studies from nature. Series A . ( H 82293, 
Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906. ) 

4148 



Sweet brothers, Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 
Twin city series. J. ( H 82384, Aug. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906. ) 4149 

Tonnesen ( Beatrice ) , Ch i- 
cago, 111. 
Carmenita. (H 82304, Aug. 25, 1906.) 

4160 
Love letter. (H 82307, Aug. 25, 1906.) 

4161 
Mischief. (H 82306, Aug. 25, 1906. )j 

4168 
Seignorita. (H 82305, Aug. 25, 1906.) 

4168 
2 c. each Aug. 25, 1906. 

Ward (J. A.), Pine Grove 
Mills, Pa. 
Landscape view, Pine Grove Mills, Pa. 
(H 82383, Aug. 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1906.) 4164 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 ._ 12.096 



CLASS I, FINE ARTS 



Under this headinjir is given a list of the photographs deposited according tn law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title Is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "(Copyright by John J. Busch, Concord, Mass. Class I, XXc, 
no. 19141, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 photograph received Aug. 29, 1906." 



Busch (John J.), Concord, 
Mass. 
Minutenian. Young man in the costume 
of the period of 1775, coat unbuttoned 
and sleeves rolled up to the elbows. 
(I 19141, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
29, 1906.) 4165 

Charavel (P. ), Paris, France. 
Seville. Painting of narrow street in Se- 
\ille- On the right two smiling young 
women w^alking. They wear Spanish 
costume. In background a man in a 
cloak is walking away. (I 19125, Aug. 
27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4156 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Arabian nights' entertainments. The 
history of Prince Cadadml. Six men 
standing on the bow of a ship with a 
large sail unfurled the boat is rushing 
through the water. (1 19144, Aug. 29, 
1906.) 4157 

Girl (The) and the apples. Young lady 
holding a bowl of apples in her left 
band pressed to her waist. (I 19143, 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4158 

Situations wanted. Two men and a lady 
at a table writing letters, the man at 
the left has his pen resting on the paper. 
(I 19145, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 photo, each 
Aug. 29, 1906.) 4159 

Dejonge (Louis) & co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Egyptian lotos; flowers buds and leaves 
o'f Egvptian lotos. (I 19044, Aug. 16, 
1906; 'l photo. Aug. 16, 1906.) 4160 

Ferrari (Febo), New Haven, 

Conn. 

Handsome Dan. Statuette representing 

an English bull dog sejant effront^. (I 

19142, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 29, 

1906.) 4161 

Gelibert (J.), Paris, France. 
Cerf faisant t^te. Painting of a deer hunt. 
On the right the deer faces the pack of 
hounds. Scene takes place on the bank 
of a stream. (1 19128, Aug. 27, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4162 

3595— FT 4, NO 11—06 2 



House ( John Wilks), Lilling- 
ton, N. C. 
Cross (The) roads country store. Country 
store located at the crossing of two roads, 
a man is standing on the store piazza. 
(I 19118, Aug. 23, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
23, 1906.) 4163 

I^e Vasseur ( A. ) & oo., Paris, 
France. 
Chasse aux canards. Painting of hunt- 
ing scene in meadow\ On the left a 
setter is standing, one of his paws in 
the water. In front of him a duck is 
trying to take flight. (I 19123, Aug. 
27,1906.) 4164 

Proscripteur ( Le) . Painting of flight of 
steps at the foot of which the Holy 
Family is resting. In background upon 
a balconv appears Herod surrounded 
bv soldiers. (1 19124, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

4165 
1 photo, each Aug. 27, 1906. 

Manneville, Paris, France. 
Diane surprise. Statuary clock in bronze 
and marble. Diana entirely nude re- 
clines on a rock. A dog lies at the foot 
of the rock. (I 19127, Aug. 27, 1906; 
1 i)hoto. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4166 

Mar^chal ( H. ) , Paris, France. 
Dans les ventes i\ la reine, foret de Fon- 
tainbleau. View in the forest. In 
foreground a large tree. In middle 
distance a woman carrying a fagot. (I 
19126, Aug. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 4167 

Mitchell (John Ames) , New 
York, N. Y. 
From the depths. Dinner party of 
wealthy people, while underneath the 
marble floonng is shown a mass of peo- 
ple, the workers of the world. (I 
19155, Aug. 30, 1906.) 4168 

Great socialist. Shows a crowd of work- 
ing people returning from their labors 
in factories which are shown in the 
background, in the foreground the fig- 
ure of Christ in long white robe. (I 
19157, Aug. 30, 1906.) 4169 

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206 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Mitchell (John Ames), New 
York, N. Y. 
Modern Samson. Shows a wealthy man 
with whip in hand showing to his 
guests the wonderful machinery that 
has made his wealth. (I 19156, Aug. 
30, 1906.) 4170 

When extremes meet. Shows two ex- 
tremes of wealth and poverty with hands 
stretched out for money, wealth being 
shown by an old man sitting at a table 
counting gold and notes. (I 19154, 
Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4171 

1 photo, each Aug. 30, 1906. 



Quirk (Nick J. ), Chicago, 111. 
Ambrose channel at night. Upright ma- 
rine picture, night scene showing gas 
buoy in foreground with row of same 
lights receding to horizon. (I 19122, 
Aug. 25, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 

4172 

Tripodi ( Luca ) , Brooklyn , 

N. Y. 

Roosevelt (Mr. & Mrs.) U. S. President. 

Sculpture on plaster of Paris. 7 J inc. 

wide and 6J long top to bottom. The 

figures are 3 J inc. wide shoulder to 

shoulder and 4| long. (1 19119, Aug. 

23, 1906; 1 photo. July 17, 1906. ) 4173 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,751 



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LIBEART OF COXGEESS 

COPTBIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 




OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891, 
51st congress, 2nd session, CHAP. 666, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 12 

September 20, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



"^ NOV 121906^ 



From the -i. 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To sa^e space the copvright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, 'Copyright bv Boston post card company, Boston, Mass. Class 
F, XXc, no. 45182, Sept. 1, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 1, 1906." 



Boston post card company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Feeding the lambs. (F 45182, Sept. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1906.) 4174 

Broadway post card com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
This for yours. (F 46167, Sept. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Fept. 1, 1906.) 4175 

Brown & Bieelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Adelaide. 3} by 5i. (F 45240, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4176 

Beatrice. 3 J by 5 J. (F 45236, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4177 

Christmas greetings. 3iby5}. (F 45234, 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 4178 

Doris. 3i bv SJ. (F 45237, Sept. 4, 
1906.) ' 4179 

Francis. 3 J by 5 J. (F 45233, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4180 

Jane. 3 J bv 5}. (F 45238, Sept. 4, 
1906.) ' 4181 

Jeanette. 3 J by 5 J. (F 45235, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4182 

Julia. 3} by 5^. (F 45230, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4183 

Louise. 3 J by 5}. (F 45239, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4184 

Mabel. 3 J by 5}. (F 45232, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4185 

Mae. 3iby5}. (F45231,Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4186 

Parisian belle. 3 J by 5i. (F 45229, 

Sept. 4, 1905. ) 4187 

Ready for a frolic. 8 by 6. (F 45228, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4188 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Davis (J.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Good (A) catch. (F 45089, Aug. 29, 
1906.) 4189 



Davis (J.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Keeping the family in shoe leather. (F 
45091, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4190 

Money in your pocket. (F 45092, Aug. 
29,1906.) 4191 

Save money. (F 45094, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4192 

Shoes of quality. (F 45090, Aug. 29, 

1906.) 4198 

Surprise (A) in hats. (F 45093, Aug. 29, 
1906. ) 4194 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Alich. 
Annapolis, Md. 10055. (F 45098, Aug. 
29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 4195 

Capitol (The), Albany, N. Y. 10169. 
(F 45101, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1906. ) 4196 

Corinthian yacht club, Marblehead, Mass. 
9719. (F 45119, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 30, 1906.) 4197 

East entrance of the capitol, Albany, 
N. Y. 10170. (F 45102, Aug. 29, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 4198 

Entrance to Hilton park, Saratoga, N. Y. 
10177. (F 45104, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906.) 4199 

Fraunces tavern, New York. 9846. (F 
45120, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 4200 

Garfield memorial, Cleveland, Ohio. 
7271. (F 45095, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906.) 4201 

H. H. Baxter memorial library, Rutland, 
Vt. 10205. (F45121, Aug.30,1906;2c. 
Aug. 30, 1906.) 4202 

In Chinatown, New York. 8984. (F 
45115, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 

4203 

207 



208 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Lake Shore drive, Gordon park, Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 7272. (F 45096, Aug. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 4204 

Moonlight on Mirror lake, Adirondack 
mountains. 10222. ( F 45105, Aug. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 4206 

Mounts Marcy, Golden and Mclntyre, 
Adirondack mountains. 10146. (F 
45099, Aug. 29, 1906; 2c. Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4206 

Naval academv, Annapolis, Md. 10056. 
(F 45100, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1906.) 4207 

Old powder house, North Somerville, 
Mass. 10210. (F45122, Aug.30,1906; 
2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4208 

Park avenue hotel. New York. 9004. 
(F 45116, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 4209 

Pavilion, Saratoga lake, Saratoga, N. Y. 
10176. (F 45103, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4210 

University of Vermont, Burlington. 
9566. (F 45117, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug.30,1906.) 4211 

Wade park, Cleveland, Ohio, 7273. (F 
45097, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906) 

4212 

Williams hall University of Vermont, 
Burlington. 9567. ( F 45118, Aug. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1906.) 4213 

Deutscher verlag, G. m. b. 
H., Berlin, Germany. 
Capri. Grande Marina. (F 45178, Sept. 
1,1906.) 4214 

Krupp street. (F 45172, Sept. 1, 

1906.) 4216 

Neapel. Dei Martiri square. (F 45173, 
Sept. 1, 1906.) 4216 

Entrance of the Villa Nazionale. ( F 

45179, Sept. 1, 1806.) 4217 

Posilippe. (F 45174, Sept. 1, 1906. ) 

4218 

Santa Lucia street. (F 45180, Sept. 

1, 1906.) 4219 

Pompei. Cardo. (F 45177, Sept. 1, 
1906. ) 4220 

Del Foro street. (F 45176, Sept. 1, 

1906. ) 4221 

Di Nola street. (F 45170, Sept. 1, 

1906. ) 4222 

Forum civile. (F 45175, Sept. 1, 

1906. ) 4228 

Quarter dei Gladiatori! (F 45171, 

Sept. 1, 1906.) 4224 

Sorrent. View taken from the steamer. 
(F 45169, Sept. 1, 1906.) 4225 

2 c. each Aug. 31, 1906. 



Dodge publishing company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Down the King's chimney. (F 45294, 
Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4226 

Going to meet Christmas. (F 45293, 
Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4227 

How Miss Tabitha cat taught school. 
(F 45291, Sept. 5, 1906.) 4228 

How the man mite saw Christmas. ( F 

45297, Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4229 

Mamma girl and the sugar dolly. (F 

45298, Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4230 

Santa Clause on a strike. (F 45295, Sept. 
5,1906.) 4281 

Snow man and his baby. ( F 45292, Sept. 
5, 1906.) 4282 

Story book boy. ( F 45296, Sept. 5, 1906. ) 

4288 

Trixy and the tick tick. (F 45290, Sept. 

5, 1906.) 4284 

2 c. each Sept. 5, 1906. 

Gassaway (Katharine), Tar- 

rytown, N. Y. 

Skiddoo. (F 45289, Sept. 5, 1906.) 4285 

Such a windy day. (F 45288, Sept. 5, 
1906. ) 4286 

2 c. each Sept. 5, 1906. 

Hall (A.), New York, N.Y. 
Free man. (F 45302, Sept. 5, 1906. ) 

4237 
Holly. (F 45304, Sept. 5, 1906.) 4238 

Psalm of life. (F 45301, Sept. 5, 1906.) 

4289 

Toad, but no toady. (F 45300, Sept, 5, 

1906. ) 4240 

World (The). (F 45303, Sept. 5, 1906.) 

4241 
2 c. each Sept. 5, 1906. 

International laborers' union, 
Dayton, Ohio. 
Insurance or mortuary fund certificate. 
(F 43128, June 18, 1906; 1 c. June 18, 
1906; 1 c. July 14, 1906.) 4242 

Levy (Sigmund), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Happier (A) new year. (F 45305, Sept. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 4243 

Morgan (Alfred), Murphy, 

N. C. 

Peaceful (A) scene on Hiawasee river, 

one mile below Murphy, N. C. (F 

44905, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 

1906. ) 4244 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 
After retreat. Artillery camp, 1906. Mt. 
Gretna, Pa. (F 45186, Sept. 1, 1906.) 

4246 



ENGRAVIN08, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



209 



Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 
Camp Roosevelt, Mt. Gretna, Pa. Army 
maneuvers, 1906. (F 45185, Sept. 1, 
1906. ) 4246 

Guard mount. (F 45187, Sept. 1, 1906.) 

4247 

July the fifth. (F 45184, Sept. 1, 1906. ) 

4248 
2 c. each Sept. 1, 1906. 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. 
Childhood and education of Moses. 2^^^ 
by 2 J. (F 45148, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1906.) 4249 

2} by 2|. (F 45256, Sept. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4260 

God gives Jacob a new name. 2i by 2|. 
(F 46251, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4251 

2x\ by 2J. (F 45143, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4262 

Israel enslaved in Egypt. 21 by 2|. ( F 

45254, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4253 

2^% by 2h (F 45147, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31,1906.) 4254 

Israers escape from Egypt. 2^^^ by 2i. 
(F 45151, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1906. ) 4256 

2i by 2f . (F 45259, Sept. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4256 

Jacob's vision and God's promise. 2i 
by 2i (F 45249, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4257 

2j% bv 2i. (F 45141, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906. ) 4258 

Joseph faithful in prison. 2i by 2f. (F 

45255, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4259 

2j% by 2J. (F 45146, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4260 

Joseph forgives his brethren. 2\ by 2f . 
(F 45252, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4261 

2^^ by 2i. (F 45144, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906. ) 4262 

Joseph sold by his brethren. 2 J by 2|. 
(F 45253, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4263 

2^9^ by 2}. (F 45145, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4264 

Joseph the wise ruler in Egypt. 2/^ by 
2i. (F 45142, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
31, 1906.) 4265 

2} by 2|. (F 45250, Sept. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4286 

Moses called to deliver Israel. 2} by 2f . 
(F 45257, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4267 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
Moses called to deliver Israel. 2 j^ bv 21. 
(F 45149, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 
1906.) 4268 

Passover (The) 2J bv 2|. (F 45258, 
Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4269 

2,9|j by 2i. (F 45150, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4270 

Review. 2\ bv 28. (F 45260, Sept. 4, 
1906; 2 V. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4271 

2,«« by 2A. (F -^5152, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4272 

Temperance lesson. 2H)v28. (F 45261, 
Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept.'4, 1906. ) 4278 

2,5^ bv 21. (F 45153, Aug. 31, 1906; 

2 c. Aug^S?, 1906.) 4274 

Stone (Chas. J. ) company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Sartorial world engravings. Supplement 

A. Aug., 1906. (F 45285, Sept. 5, 

1906.) 4275 

Supplement B. Aug., 1906. (F 

45286, Sept. 5, 1906.) 4276 

Supplement C. Aug., 1906. (F 

45287, Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4277 

2 c. each Sept. 5, 1906. 

Thomas & co., Findlay, 
Ohio. 
Blanchard river, Findlay, Ohio. ( F 44577, 
Aug. 10, 1906. ) 4278 

First M. E. church, Fostoria, Ohio. (F 
44462, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4279 

Picturesque drive, Riverside park, Find- 
lay, Ohio. (F 44460, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 

4280 

Picturesque scenes, Water works park, 

Fostoria, Ohio. ( F 44456, Aug. 6, 1906.) 

4281 

Presbyterian church, Fostoria, Ohio. 

(F 44463, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4282 

Riverside park, Findlav, Ohio. (F 44459, 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) ' 4283 

Riverside park reservoir, Findlay, Ohio. 
( F 44457, Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4284 

St. Wendelins church, Fostoria, Ohio. 
(F 44576, Aug. 10, 1906.) 4285 

Toledo, Fostoria and Findlay R. R. co., 
Reeves park. Front view of casino. 
(F 44830, Aug. 10, 1906.) 4286 

Side view of casino. (F 44831, Aug. 

10, 1906. ) 4287 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Horse and letter bill design, no. 10026, 

(F 45081, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aue:. 29, 

1906. ) ^4288 






210 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Letter bill design, no. 9848. (F 44009, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 

4289 

no. 10046. (F 45080, Aug. 28, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 4290 

Eight girls in garden and two men look- 
ing through gate, no. 9724. (F 44010, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 4291 

Victorson ( A. ), Boston, Mass. 
First Church of Christ scientist with ex- 
tension. (F 45133, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1906.) 4292 



Wetherill (Henry Emerson), 
Fhiladelnhia Pa 
Moisture chart. (F 45056, Aug. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 4298 

Wright (Melville), Akron, 
Ohio. 
Birthstones. (F 43785, July 14, 1906; 2 
c. July 23, 1906. ) 4294 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 

of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 7, 100 



CLASS G, CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Ackermann-Quigley lltho company, Kansas 
City, Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 13857, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 6, 1906." 



Ackermann-Quiglev litho. 
company, Kansas City, Mo. 

Duel scene. I have winged the raven. 
Dramatic 8 sheet, no. 1058. (G 18857, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4295 

Log cabin scene. Melo drama i sheet 
no. 1087. (G 13863, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4206 

liove scene. 3 sheet, no. 1073. (G 13688. 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 4297 

Mixing the drug. Melo drama, i sheet, 
no. 1086. (G 13860, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906.) 4298 

3 sheet, no. 1085. (G 13687, July 

20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 4299 

Scene in the king's garden. Dramatic. 
8 sheet, no. 1061. (G 13858, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4800 

— 3 sheet, no. 1062. (G 13859, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4801 

Spuming money. Melo drama J sheet, 
no. 1088. (G 13862, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4802 

Tramp and the girl. Melo drama i sheet, 
no. 1083. (G 13861, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4808 

Jarvis (Albert), Norfolk, Va. 

Please help the blind. (G 13958, Sept. 
4, 1906. ) 4804 

First horseless carriage. (G 13959 Sept. 
4, 1906. ) 4305 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 



Ottmann (J.) lithographing 

company. New York, 

N. Y. 

Arrival of Kitty. (G 13837, Aug. 3, 

1906. ) 4806 

If you're Kitty— who am I? (G 13839, 
Aug. 3, 1906. ) 4807 

Kitty. (G 13843, Aug. 3, 1906.) 4808 

Kitty arrives. (G 13840, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

4809 

Kitty comes to town. (G 13838, Aug. 3, 

1906. ) 4810 

La France shoe for women. (G 13844, 
Aug. 3, 1906.) 4811 

Our Kitty. (G 13841, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

4812 

There's Kitty. (G 13842, Aug. 3, 1906.) 

4818 
2 c. each Aug. 3, 1906. 

Newell (Peter), Leonia, N. J. 
Naps of Polly Sleepyhead. Polly finds 
the Bunnv Plants. (G 13233, May 28, 
1906; 2 c.'Aug. 7, 1906.) 4814 

Wilcox (Junius R.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Vincere est vinere. (G 13960, Sept. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4815 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 1,986 



211 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 



Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with sabalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the flmt 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by American lithographic company, New York, 
N. Y. Class H, XXc, no. 82532, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 4, 1906." 



American lithographic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Bathing girl. V. 64, A. ( H 82532, Sept. 
4, 1906.) 4316 

V. 65, B. (H 82533, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4317 

V. 66, C. (H 82534, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 4818 

American mutoscope and 

biograph company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Lone highwayman (H 82501, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4819 

Barnes (A. J.), Dayton, Ohio. 
Our baby. (H 82515, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 4320 

Bond (George W.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Down in Peaceful valley. (H 82301 , Aug. 
25,1906.) 4321 

Good bye Maggie Doyle. ( H 82303, Aug. 
25, 1906. ) 4322 

Like the rose, you're the fairest flower. 
(H 82300, Aug. 25, 1906.) 4823 

When the flowers bloom in springtime, 

Molly dear. ( H 82302, Aug. 25, 1906. ) 

2 c. each Aug. 25, 1906. 4324 

Brownell (Elizabeth B.),' 
San Juan, Cal. 
Fritz. (H 82506, Sept. 1, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
1, 1906. ) 4326 

Burges (J. H.), Norfolk, Va. 
Pocahontas saved Capt. Smith's life. The 
Great explorer. (H 82516, Sept. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4826 

Byers (Joseph E.), Telluride, 
Colo. 
Telluride, Colo. (H 82454, Aug. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4327 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Bacing at New Orleans, La. 010989. ( H 
81766, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 11, 
1906.) 4328 



EaPton (Charles Finley), 
Bellingham, Wash. 
Mt. Baker views — Mazama series — Baker 
from Mazama dome. (H 82521, Sept. 
4, 1906. ) . 4829 

Baker from Mazama trail. (H 

82522, Sept. 4, 1906.) 4830 

Coasting on S holes' glacier. (H 

82520, Sept. 4, 1906.) 4831 

Lowering our natatorium. ( H 82525, 



Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

— Marching toward Baker. 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

Scaling Coleman peak. 



Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

— The summit just above. 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 



4388 

( H 82523, 
4888 

(H 82519, 
4884 

(H 82524, 
4885 



Haas (C. P.), Freemont, 
Ohio. 
Reinterment of Major George Croghan. 
(H 82517, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4386 

Hungerford (Newman), Hart- 
ford, Conn. 
Catlin homestead, 1760. ( H 82482, Aug. 
13, 1906.) 4337 

On way to spring. (H 82481, Aug. 13, 
1906. ) 4388 

2 c. each Aug. 13, 1906. 

Hutchinson (JohnW.),Lynn, 
Mass. 
Tower at High Rock, Lynn, Mass. (H 
82509, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 

4339 

Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Confederate monument, Hollywood, 
Richmond, Va. no. 533. (H 82420, 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4340 

Culpeper (Lord Thomas) portrait, no. 
517. (H 82405, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4341 

213 



214 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, 
Norfolk, Va. 
De la War (Lord) portrait, no. 514. 
(H 82402, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4342 

Dunmore (Lord) portrait, no. 519. (H 
82407, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4343 

Grant's headquarters, Petersburg, Va. 
no. 534. (H 82421, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4344 
Henry Clay monument, Richmond, Va. 
no. 528. (H 82415, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4345 

Henry (Patrick) portrait, no. 518. (H 

82406, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4346 

Howard (Lord Francis) portrait, no. 520. 
(H 82408, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4347 

Houdon's bust of Lafayette, no. 522. 
(H 82410, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4348 

Houdon's statue of Washington, Rich- 
mond, Va. no. 532. (H 82419, Aug. 
29, 1906. ) 4349 

Old bell tower, Capitol square, Rich- 
mond, Va. no. 527. (H 82414, Aug. 
29, 1906. ) 4360 

Old Blandford church, Petersburg, Va. 
no. 535. (H 82422, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4351 
no. 536. (H 82423, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4352 
Old masonic lodge, Richmond, Va. no. 

529. (H 82416, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4353 

Old negro cabin, no. 538. (H 82425, 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4354 

Pocahontas bajsin, Petersburg, Va. no. 
537. (H 82424, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4355 

Pocahontas; portrait no. 521. (H 82409, 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4356 

Powhatan's grave, Richmond, Va. no. 
531. (H 82418, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4357 

Randolph (John) portrait, no. 515. (H 

82403, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4358 

Smith (John) portrait, no. 516. (H 

82404, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4359 

Speaker's chair, House of burgesses, no. 

530. (H 82417, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4360 

Spottswood (Lady) portrait, no. 539. 
(H 82426, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4361 

Statue of Gen. R. E. Lee, Richmond, Va. 
no. 526. (H 82413, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4362 
Tomb of Matthew Fontaine Maury, no. 

524. (H 82411, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4363 

Van Lew house, Richmond, Va. no. 

525. (H 82412, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4364 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Jones (L. M.), photo com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. 
McKinlev memorial, Columbus, Ohio, 
no. 1. *^(H 82431, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4865 



(Jones (L. M.), photo com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. 
McKinley memorial, Columbus, Ohio, 
no. 2. (H 82432, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4866 
2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Juley (Peter A.), Jersey 
City, N. J. 
Reception to Willian Jennings Bryan, 
Aug. 30, 1906, Madison square garden, 
New York, looking east from Madison 
ave. entrance and showing a dense 
crowd of people. (H 82508, Sept. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1906.) 4867 

Kellogg (P. H. ), Cuba, N. Y. 
Governor Higgins' birthplace. B. (H 
82395, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4368 

C. (H 82396, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4869 

group D. (H 82397, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4870 

group E. (H 82398, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4871 
2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Komer & Wood company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Chinagawa. no. 11. (H 82514, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4872 

Margarita, no. 10. (H 82513, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 487S 

Play time. no. 8. (H 82511, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4374 

Sunset, no. 9. ( H 82512, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4376 
2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Larned (Charles Henry), 
Santa Cruz, Cal. 
Illustration of the ratio of dimensions of 
circles in agreement with proportional 
factor, 3. 1375, as described in a book 
entitled The Circle squared. (H 
82604, July 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 

4376 

Latta (Lloyd E.), Racine, 
Wis. 
American beauties. (H 82611, Sept. 5, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4877 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Banquet tendered to Hon. William Jen- 
nings Bryan by the Jefferson club, 
Sept. 4, 1906. (H 82622, Sept. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 4878 

Floral anchor. (H 82503, Aug. 31, 1906. ) 

4879 

Floral cushion. ( H 82504, Aug. 31, 1906. ) 

4880 

Floral urn. (H 82502, Aug. 31, 1906. ) 

4881 
2 c. each Aug. 31, 1906. 



PHOTOGKAPH8 



215 



Liawrence (Geo. R. )f com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
National league park, Chicago. (H 82296, 
Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 4882 

Salinas, Gal. (H 82505, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4888 

Locke (Fred M.), Victor, 
N. Y. 
Cloud effect looking east from corner of 
the pasture, Martensia. ( H 82446, Aug. 
30, 1906.) 4884 

from Lienaughs hill. ( H 82450, Aug. 

30, 1906.) 4888 

from the elms from Myers road. (H 

82443, Aug. 30, 1906.) 4886 

over back of Locke's house. (H 

82449, Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4887 

Cloud effect looking north over Lienaughs 
bill. (H 82448, Aug. 30, 1906.) 4388 

Cloud effect looking south from Jones* 
Hill. (H 82441, Aug. 30, 1906.) 4889 

from Lienaughs Hill. (H 82440, 

Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4890 

Cloud effects looking east from cahhage 
patch. (H 82442, Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4891 

from Gillis road. (H 82444, Aug. 

30, 1906.) 4892 

Cloud effects looking northeast from 
Conover Hill showing Mayor farm. 
(H 82439, Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4898 

over east end of Conover* s bridge. 

(H 82447, Aug. 30, 1906.) 4394 

Cloud effects looking south from Lie- 
naughs hill. (H 82452, Aug. 30, 1906. ) 

4396 

Cloud effects looking west from Bough- 
ton hill cemetery. (H 82453, Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 4396 

Haunted house and closed effect looking 
north on Myers road. (H 82451, Aug. 
30, 1906. ) 4397 

Landscape looking northwest from Buck- 
ley's road, Fishers, N. Y. showing 
Van Voorhis farm. ( H 82445, Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 4398 

2 c. each Aug. 30, 1906. 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Mackin (Countess Spottswood) 1 panel, 
no. 2. (H 82428, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4399 

Troup (Alexander) 1 panel, no. 1. 

(H 82427, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4400 

no. 3. (H 82429, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4401 

no. 4. (H 82430, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4402 
2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 



M^lit^s (Geo. ), Paris, France. 
Merry (The) frolics of Satan, no. 1, 
The laboratory of Satan. (H 82392, 
Aug. 29, 1906.) 4408 

no. 2, The devilish kitchen. (H 

82393, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4404 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Neck (S. Sanders), Bloom- 
field, N. J. 
Beaver (The) (H 82618, Sept. 6, 1906; 
' 2 c. Sept. 6, 1906.) 4405 

Petersen (Charles Q.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Ready to scratch. (H 82495, Aug. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4406 

Price (Chas. S.), Denver, 
Colo. 
Daniel & Fisher stores co. Elk decora- 
tions. N()8. 1 & 2 (H 82479-82480, 
Aug. 30, 1906.) 4407 

2 c. each Aug. 16, 1906. 

Rusk ( Jno. W. ), Haines Falls, 
N. Y. 
Haines Falls, NoV. (H 82540, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4408 

Moonlight on Kaaterskill lake. (H 
82539, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4409 

Parks (The), Haines Falls. (H 82538, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4410 

Parks and peaks. (H 82537, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4411 

2 c. each Aug. 28, 1906. 

Schwemberger (Simeon), 
St. Michaels, Ariz. 
Navajo foot race. (H 82587, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4418 

Navajo horse race. (H 82588, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4418 

Navajo summer residence. (H 82589, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4414 

Navajos. ( H 82586, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4416 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Seipgens (H.), Arnhem, 
Holland. 
Darlings. (H 82385, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4416 
Little sisters. (H 82386, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4417 
Young woman. ( H 82387, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4418 
2 c. each July 30, 1906.) 

Shattuck (L. E. ), New York, 

N. Y. 

Mrs. Walter M. Barnum of New York 

getting mail at the Upper St. Regis 

post office, Adirondack Mts. (H 

82535, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4419 



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Slade (George F.), jr., Chel- 
sea, Mass. 
Str. Armenia W hite. Lake Sunapee, N. H . 
(H 82373, Aug. 27, 1906.) 4420 

Str. Kearsarge, Lake Sunapee, N. H. (H 
82374, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4421 

2 c. each Aug. 4, 1906. ) 

Stuart (W. F.), El Paso, 
Tex. 
Bridgeville. ( H 82597, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4422 
Juarez No. 1. ( H 82599, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4423 
No. 2 (H 82600, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4424 
Morenei No. 1. ( H 82595, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4425 
Pathfinder. (H 82596, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4426 
Plaza de Toros. (H 82598, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4427 

Stuart's madonna. (H 82601, Sept. 4, 

1906.) 4428 

Texas girl. (H 82594, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4429 
2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Sweet brothers, Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. 
Boys of ^61 pass in grand review. (H 
82592, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4430 

G. A. R. Parade. (H 82590, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4431 

Parade of the survivors of the civil war. 
(H 82593, Sept. 4, 1906.) 4482 

Passing in review. (H 82591, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4483 

2 c. each Aug. 22, 1906. 



Tumer( Carolyn Harbaugh), 
Los Angeles, Cal. 
Henpecked. (H 82394, Aug. 7, 1906; 
2 c. June 1, 1906.) 4484 

Waterman (C. E.), Chicago, 
111. 
Camp of United States regulars, Fort 
Riley, Kansas, 1906. ( H 82536, Sept. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4485 

Williams (George P.), East 
Liverpool, Ohio. 
Prince. (H 82375, Aug. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 28, 1906.) 4486 

Whitmore (Charles), North 
Adams, Mass. 
West portal, Hoosac tunnel. North 
Adams, Mass. ( H 82610, Sept. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4487 

Young, Lord & Rhoades 

(Limited), Sault Ste. 

Marie, Mich. 

General view of Soo locks looking down 

the river. No. 6. (H 82497, Aug. 31, 

1906. ) 4488 

Steamship Juniata in the cut. (H 82500, 
Aug. 31, 1906.) 4489 

View of Soo locks looking east. No 5. 
(H 82496, Aug. 31, 1906.) 4440 

Weitzel lock and power house looking 
east. No. 7. ( H 82498, Aug. 31, 1906. ) 

4441 
Weitzel lock and power house gates open- 
ing. No 8. (H 82499, Aug. 31, 1906.) 

4442 
2 c. each Aug. 31, 1906. 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 12,423 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: ." Copyright bv l\ F. 0)1 Her & son. New York, N. Y. Cla-ss I, 
XXc, no. 19203, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 photograph received Sept. 6. 1906." 



Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Breeches-Buoy. Showing a number of " 
men clinging to the rigging of a boat 
evidently in distress. (1 19203, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4443 I 

Flaw in the title. Four country men in I 
the office of a country lawyer, three of 
the men are sitting down and one is 
standing against the side of the door; 
the lawyer is seated with his chair 
turned half way around. (I 19205, 
Sept. 6, 1906. ) 4444 

Girl tying her slipper. Pretty young 
woman bent over in the act of tying ' 
her slipper. (I 19202, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4445 
1 photo, each Sept. 6, 1906. 

El well (Frank Edwin), 
Weehawken, N. J. 
Flag (The). Model for bronze statue | 
representing a young soldier of the 
North holding aloft the flag after color 
sergeant had been killed. (I 19189, | 
Sept. 5, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 5, 1906.) 

4446 I 

Farmer (Herbert L.), Lon- | 

don, England. 
Rejuvination of Faust. Double panel ' 
poster of Mephistopheles and Faust — | 
let panel — Mephis. requesting Faust to i 
drink the liquid he is pouring from | 
bottle into a goblet. 2nd panel Faust j 
has drained the goblet. ( 1 1 91 60, Sept. 
4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4447 

Gould (Frank Jay), Tarry- 
town, N. Y. 
Miniature painting of Frank Jay Gould. 
As a child, head and shoulders shown, 
wears a dark suit with broad lace col- 
lar, hair parted on left side of middle. 
(1 19147, Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4448 

Miniature painting of Helen Margaret 
Gould. Portrait of a child almost full 
face, head and shoulders shown, she 
wears her hair parted on the side. (I 
19148, Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4449 



Gould (Frank Jay), Tarry- 
town, N. V. 
Miniature painting of Helen K. Gould. 
Showing head and bust, and right hand, 
she wears low neck gown, a string of 
pearls surrounds her neck; hair loosely 
dressed in pompadour. (I 19146, Aug. 
30, 1906.) 4460 

1 photo, each Aug. 30, 1906. 
Harmer (Alexander F.), 
Santa Barbara, Cal. 
Giving him a lift. Scene in California in 
the early fifties, the American emigrant 
driving an old and worn out team, he 
is being assisted over the road by two 
Spanish Californians mounted on their 
well trained horses. (I 19158, Sept. 1, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 1, 1906.) 4451 

Krantz (Chas.), Portland, 

Oreg. 

Old American. Indian chief finished in 

natural colors, size is 20 by 24, profile 

view facing to the right. ( 119 1 50, Aug. 

30, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 4452 

Kruger & Lehnhardt, New 
York, N. Y. 
Beauty (A). Dead speckled brook trout 
mounted oil a birch bark panel. Fish 
is suspended on the panel by a forked 
twig through the mouth and gill. (I 
19190, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4453 

Life publishing company. 
New York, N. Y. 
Old love song. Shows the front of a house, 
the windows of which are open — at the 
center window a young girl is sitting at 
a piano singing, while at the other win- 
dows are men. (1 19204, Sept. 6, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 4454 

Low (John G. ), Chelsea, 
Mass. 
Cows coming from pasture. An ap- 
proaching thunderstorm, dark foliage 
and grain field in middle distance, four 
cows and calf, three sheep and peasant 
shepherd driving the group of animals. 
(1 19149, Julv 30, 1906; 1 photo. July 
30, 1906.) * 4455 

217 



218 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Mercie (A.), Paris, France. 
Echo pleurant Narcisse. Allegorical rep- 
resentation of Echo lamenting after 
Narcissus, the nymph is seen full 
length, laying nude, on her right side, 
near a pool of water. (1 19168, Sept. 
4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4466 

Strauss (F. V.) &co., New 
York, N. Y. 
My lady goes to the theatre. Young 
woman in evening costume with low 
cut bodice, and powdered hair, is 
shown stepping from a carriage. (I 
19162, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4467 



Strauss (F. V.) & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Shepherd (The). Pasture land upon 

which sheep are grazing, a lake and a 

hilly scene is in the background. (I 

19163, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4468 

1 photo, each Sept. 4, 1906. 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 2,767 



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PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 13 

September 27, 1906 



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



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabeticAlly by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save itpace the copyright notice after each title ia abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed In hill, would read, "Copyright by American- journal-examiner. New York, N. Y. 
Class F, XXc, no. 44877, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 22, 1906." 



American-joumal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
At the widows club. She can't get away 
to marry him today. ( F 44877, Aug. 
22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906.) 4459 

Balloon race between the Down and Outs 
and the Hot Airs. (F 44818, Aug. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 4460 

Braggo in Jersey. I thought you didn't 
mind mosquitoes, Braggo. (F 44941, 
Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 

4461 

Braggo the monk; he shows 'em how to 
put up a tent. (F 44874, Aug. 22, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 4462 

He shows his wife how to fry fish. 

(F 45058, Aug. 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1906. ) 4468 

Of course he knew it wasn't going to 

rain. (F 44671, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906.) 4464 

You can't tell him anything about 

catching trains. (F 44743, Aug. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906.) 4465 

Buster and the goat. Tige to the woods. 
(F 45022, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
27, 1906. ) 4466 

Buster's goat yields to kindness. (F 
44832, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. ) 4467 

Buster's new goat. (F 44686, Aug. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 4468 

Der Cap takes a jinricksha ride ! Bing ! 
Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45455, Sept. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4469 

Der Son of der Moon went down. (F 
45280, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4470 

Fierce! Fierce! Oh, Fierce But its 
Happy's job! (F 44690, Aug. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 4471 



A merican- journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Good-bye, Robinson Crusoe! (F 44835, 

Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906.) 

4472 

Hall-room (The) boys. They do it on 
$11.50 per. Percy ran like a hero and 
saved the girls' lives. ( F 44942, Aug. 
25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4478 

They find that country people do 

not appreciate city ways. (F 45106, 
Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4474 

They give the old folks at home an 



exhibition of second sight. (F 45059, 
Aug. 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906.) 

4475 

— They go back to the old home to 
spend their vacation. (F 44672, Aug. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 4476 

They try to make a good impres- 



sion. ( F 44875, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
22, 1906.) 4477 

Happy Hooligan's job is sum pin' fierce! 
Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45023, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4478 

He voted for Jerome. ( F 44673, Aug. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 4479 

Hot air club selects a new member. (F 
44674, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 
1906. ) 4480 

In Bugville. Lady bug. (F 44870, Aug. 
22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906.) 4481 

The Mayor of Bugville presents a 

petition to the king of the frog pond. 
(F 44693, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1906. ) 4482 

Is he really willing to run? (F 44889, 
Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 

4488 

Jimmy — He brings papa his glasses. (F 
45449, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 
1906. ) 4484 

219 



220 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Jimmy— He minds the baby. (F 44691, 
Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 4486 

He rushes for turpentine. ( F 45024, 

Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

4486 
He takes his little cousins home. 



(F 45277, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4487 

Lulu and Leauder are married ! ( F 44833, 
Aug. 21, 1906; 2c. Aug. 21, 1906.) 

4488 

elope, But (F 44689, Aug. 14, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 4489 

on their honeymoon. Sept. 2, 1906. 



(F 45278, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4490 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45454, Sept. 

11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4491 

Their honeymoon. Aug. 26, 1906. 



(F 45026, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 4492 

March of the Plunderbund. (F 44946, 
Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 

4493 

Maud is on her way to the mountain 
house. (F 44688, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 14, 1906.) 4494 

Aug. 19, 1906. (F 44836, Aug. 21, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906.) 4496 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45027, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4496 

Sept. 2, 1906. (F 45276, Sept. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4497 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45452, Sept. 11, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4498 

Members for the Down and Out club. 
(F 45060, Aug. 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1906. ) 4499 

Mr. E. Z. Mark and the patent jewel 
casket. (F 44871, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 22, 1906. ) 4600 

is appointed admiral. (F 44694, 



Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 



4501 



nips a conspiracy. (F 44887, Aug. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 4602 

strikes a bargain in cigars. ( F 45107, 

Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4603 

Mr. Mark becomes a champion bold. ( F 
44819, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906.) 4604 

Monopoly lodge merrv-go-round ! (F 
44945, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4606 

No wedding bells for him. Aug. 12, 1906. 
(F 44687, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1906. ) 4606 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
No wedding bells for him. Aug. 19, 1906. 
(F 44837, Aug. 21, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 
1906. ) 4607 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45025, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4508 

Sept. 2, 1906. ( F 45279, Sept. 4, 1906 ; 

2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4609 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45451, Sept. 11, 

1901; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4510 

Not yet but soon. He wants his rights. 
(F 44876, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 
1906.) 4511 

Not vet but — soon. He loves me like a 
brother. (F 45450, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1906.) 4612 

Now, what do you think of that? As I 
was going to St. Ives. (F 44872, Aug. 
22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906.) 461S 

Are you fond of figs? I asked Miss 

Lee. ( F 45057, Aug. 28, 1906 ; 2 c. Aug. 
28,1906.) 4614 

1 love to see a roundsman round. 



'Tis said that some are square. (F 
44888, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906. ) 

4616 

I took Matilda for a ride in my new 

runabout. (F 44744, Aug. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 17, 1906.) 4618 

Says Capt. Jake. ( F 44873, Aug. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906.) 4617 

Off dav at Dr. Dippy's retreat. (F 44834, 
Aug'. 21, 1906; 2 C.Aug. 21,1906.) 46ia 

Office thief. (F 44943, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 25, 1906.) 4619 

Old (The) bluff aint like it used to be. 
(F 44745, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 4620 

Simple life in Pittsburg. ( F 44695, Aug. 
14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 4521 

Sorrows (The) of Satan! He visits some 
high-toned Russian friends. ( F 45108, 
Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c- Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4522 

That youngster is a holy terror. ( F 44286, 
July 31, 1906; 2 c. July 31, 1906.) 4623 

Tummyache. (F 44947, Aug. 25, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4624 

Waiting at the door! (F 45061, Aug. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906.) 4626 

Well! Well! If it aint old Robinson Cru- 
soe. ( F 44692, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
14, 1906.) 4626 

When Jerome runs. (F 44944, Aug. 25, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4627 

When the sleeper wakes. ( F 45062, Aug. 
28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906.) 4628 • 

When wifey is away. Aug. 7, 1906. (F 
44553, Aug. 8, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 

4629 

Good by, dearie. (F 43623, July 6, 

1906; 2 c. July 6, 1906.) 4530 



ENQRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



221 



American- journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Wouldn't it make you mad — After you 
had road of the shameful condition of 
the District attorney*? office. ( K 44890, 
Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c.'Aug. 23, 1906.) 

4581 

Why is a goat nearly? Sept. 2, 1904. ( F 

45281, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4588 
Yep! Happy Hooligan is still woikin* at 
Dr. Dippv's. Sept. 9, 1906. ( F 45453, 
Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 

4538 
Art and color company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Frances. 57. (F 44900, Aug. 23, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 4584 

Bowles (Joseph B.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adventures (The) of Peck's Bad Boy. 
He assumes the role of lady fortune- 
teller. (F 45183, Sept. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 1, 1906.) 4585 

Pa has trouble with an elephant. (F 

43746, July 13, 1906; 2 c. July 13, 1906. ) 

4586 
Pa sees a lady in the park. ( F 44065, 



July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 

4587 
— The bad boy and Pa take a trip on 
the **Skidoo." (F44064, July 23, 1906; 
2 c. July 23, 1906.) 4588 

The bad boy buys a parrot for Pa. 



(F 45055, Aug. 27,1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4589 

Buster Brown company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
After the bath. (F 45342, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4540 
Barrel apparel. (F 45343, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4541 
Best hobby. (F 45332, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4542 
Better you are. (F 45329, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4548 

Booming business. (F 45336, Sept. 6, 

1906. ) 4544 

Brighten the school room. (F 45345, 
Sept. 6, 1906. ) 4545 

Brilliant patterns. (F 45326, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4546 

Bubble sales. ( F 45339, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4547 

Building honest trade. (F 45358, Sept. 

6, 1906. ) 4548 

Busters valentine. (F 45317, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4549 

Cleaning out stock. (F 45337, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4550 

Clown's outfit. (F 45324, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4551 



Buster Brown company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Come now. ( F 45328, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4558 

Delightful feeling. (F 45348, Sept. 6, 

190().) 4558 

Don't dodge. (F 45349, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4554 

Don't slip up. (F 45314, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4555 

Furnish your body. (F 45312, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4556 

Hammering prices. (F 45315, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4557 

Happv Fchool days. (F 45344, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4558 

He never told a lie. (F 45318, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4559 

Hunting bargains. (F 45340,' Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4560 

It is a dream. (F 45323, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4561 

Latest importations. (F 45320, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4568 

Making sparks fly. (F 45316, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4568 

Mary Jane washes. (F 45335, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4564 

Mother well dressed. (F 45346, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4565 

New cloaks. (F 45351, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4566 

Old clothes dont go. (F 45321, Sept. 6, 

1906. ) 4567 

One outfit. (F 45331, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4568 

Pa's new hat. (F 45347, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4569 

Prepare for Thanksgiving. (F 45353, 
Sept. 6, 1906. ) 4570 

Rubbering. (F 45360, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4571 

Rush line. (F 45352, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4578 

See our fine display of underwear. (F 
45319, Sept. 6, 1906.) 4678 

Snow clad. ( F 45354, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4574 

Snow time. (F 45313, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4575 

Spring suits. (F 45322, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4576 

Squeezing out profits. (F 45341, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4577 

Straw hat time. ( F 45334, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4578 

Stylish shoes. (F 45327, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4579 

Swell shoes. (F 45359, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4580 

Taken off your feet. (F 45338, Sept. 6, 
1906.) 4581 



222 



CATALOGUE OF COPY BIGHT ENTRIES 



Buster Brown company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Three lilies. (F 45325, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4582 
Three pals. (F 45357, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4588 
Throwing wreaths. (F 45330, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4584 

Tige shines. (F 45355, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4585 
What is next. (F 45350, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4586 
Who is this. (F 45833, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

4587 

You canH phone. (F 45356, Sept. 6, 

1906. ) 4588 

2 c. each Sept. 6, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
California limited on the desert. 5512. 
(F 45395, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4589 

Canyon Diablo, Arizona. 5506. (F 
45392, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 4590 

Garfield's tomb, Cleveland, Ohio. 5590. 
(F 45396, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4591 

Man with the hoe. Moki Pueblo. 5890. 
(F 45398, Sept. 7, 1906. 4592 

Needles (The), Colorado river, Arizona. 
5507. (F 45393, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4593 

Rockefeller building, Cleveland, Ohio. 
9361. (F 45399, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4594 

Rockefeller park, Cleveland, Ohio. 9869. 
(F 45400, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4595 

San Francisco mountains, Arizona. 5508. 
(F 45394, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4596 

Woman ( A ) of Isleta Pueblo. 5889. ( F 
45397, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 4597 

2 c. each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Edwards (Gus), New York, 
N. Y. 
*'How do we look from the road." (F 
45114, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 4598 

Ewart (Wm. E), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Boston university, Boston, Mass. 51. 
(F 45446, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4599 

Brown university, Providence, R. I. 8. 
(F 45515, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 4600 

Central high school, Kansas City, Mo. 
26. (F 45438, Aug. 25, 1909; 2 c. Aug. 
25, 1906.) 4601 

Central high school, Pueblo, Colo. 65. 
(F 45429, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4602 

Central high school, Washington, D. C. 
58. (F 45440, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
25, 1906. ) 4603 



Ewart (Wm. E.), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Chicago university, Chicago. 18. (F 
45430. Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 

4604 

Cornell university, Ithaca, N. Y. 78. 

(F 45437, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1906. ) 4605 

Drake university, Des Moines, Iowa. 79. 
(F 45435, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4606 

George Washington university, Washing- 
ton, D. C. 81. (F 46516, Sept. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 1906.) 4607 

Grove City college. Grove City, Pa. 77. 
(F 45442, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906.) 4608 

Harvard university, Cambridge, Mass. 
86. ( F 45434, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
25, 1906. ) 4609 

Indiana university, Bloomington, Ind. 
28. (F 45514, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
13,1906.) 4610 

James Millikin university, Decatur, 111. 

53. (F 45431, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 

25, 1906.) 4611 

Manual high school, Kansas City, Mo. 

66. (F 45447, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 

25,1906.) 4612 

Monmouth college, Monmouth, III. 75. 

(F 45443, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1906.) 4613 

Nevada state college, Reno, Nev. 10. 

(F 45444, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1906. ) 4614 

North Carolina university, Chappel Hill, 

N. C. 3. (F 45441, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4616 

Northwestern college, Naperville, 111. 

43. ( F 45445, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 

25, 19C6.) 4616 

Oberlin college, Oberlin, Ohio. 72. (F 

45519, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4617 

Pennsylvania state college. State College, 

Pa. 46. (F 45432, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4618 

Phillips academy, Andover, Mass. 47. 

(F 45439, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 

1906.) 4619 

University of North Dakota, University, 

N. Dak. 5. (F 45518, Sept. 13, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 13, 1906.) 4620 

University of Ohio, Columbus, Ohio. 23. 
(F 45517, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 4621 

Washburn college, Topeka, Kans. 11. 
(F 45448, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4622 

Wellesley college, Wellesley, Mass. 55. 
(F 45433, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906.) 4628 

Yale university. New Haven, Conn. 33. 
(F 45436, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 
1906. ) 4624 



ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



228 



Faulkner (C.W.) &co.,ltd., 
London, England. 
Pick-a-back. (F 45308 Sept. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 6, 1906.) 4625 

Skipping (A) match ( F 44937, Aug. 25, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4636 

Funk (J. A.), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Diagram of side of beef. (F 45361, Sept. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 1906.) 4627 

Graves (Henry) & co., ltd., 
London, Fngland. 
Douglas (Lady). (F 44901, Aug. 24, 
1906.) 4628 

Sheffield (Lady). (F 44902, Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 4629 

2 c. each Aug. 24, 1906. 

Gustin (E. W.) & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
I dont know why I love you, but I do. 
(F 45491, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1906. ) 4680 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 
Brer Rabbit & The Goobers. Sept. 2, 
1906. (F 45161, Aug. 31, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 31, 1906.) 4681 

Brer Rabbit's flying trip. Sept. 9, 1906. 
(F 45420, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1906. ) 4682 

Harvey (Fred), Kansas City, 
Mo. 
Cardenas hotel, Trinidad, Colo. 7943. 
(F 45402, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 4688 

Group of Navajoes, Albuquerque, N. Max. 
7945. (F 45404, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4684 

Hopi house, Grand canyon of Arizona. 
8798. (F 45407, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4686 

Hotel Castaneda, Las Vegas, N. Mex. 
7944. (F 45403, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4686 

Indian and Mexican building, Albuquer- 
que, N. Mex. 7946. ( F 45405, 6ept. 7, 
1906. ) 4637 

Navajo mother and child weaving, In- 
dian building, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
7994. (F 45406, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4638 

Old Navajo Bayetta Blanket. 7941. (F 
45401, Sept. 7, 1906.) 4639 

2 c. each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Heal (W. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Reason why. (F 45299, Sept. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 5, 1906. ) 4640 

Keller (Clyde L.), Portland, 
Oreg. 
Nobody plays with me. ( F 45428, Sept. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4641 



Keppler & Schwarzmann, 

New York, N. Y. 

Looking over the news. (F 45390, Sept. 

7, 1906.) 4642 

Observation car. ( F 45389, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 

4648 

Shortrcircuited. ( F 45391 , Sept. 7, 1906. ) 

4644 
2 c. each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Laughlin ( Will M.) , Topeka, 
Kans. 
Catcher (The). (F 44823, Aug. 20, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 8, 1906.) 4648 

McDougall(Walt), Atlantic 
City, N. J. 
Mr. Makepeace, appearances are against 
him once more. (F 44922, Aug. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 4646 

he drops into a private discussion. 

(F 44918, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 4647 

he drops into an art discussion. (F 



44921, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1906.) 4648 

— he finds another opening for his tal- 
ents. ( F 4491 7, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
24, 1906. ) 4649 

— he gets there in time. (F 44916, 
Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 1906.) 

4660 
he mixes it up with the umpire's 



friends. (F 44923, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 24, 1906. ) 4651 

— he scores another awful failure. (F 
44919, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 4652 

he steps outside his usual role. (F 



44920, Aug. 24, 190S; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 4658 

— he* 8 right on time to get it as usual. 
(F 44915, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 4654 

His good intentions are blasted. 



(F 45369, Sept. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4655 

Is he such a dumbhead yet? (F 



45367, Sept. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4656 

Ijoses his temper and forgets his 

mission. (F 45368, Sept. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 6, 1906. ) 4657 

Manzi, Joyant & co., Paris, 
France. 
Crue (La). (F 45087, Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4658 
Lac (Le) de garde; souvenir d'ltalie. 
(F 45088, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4659 

2 c. each Aug. 29, 1906. 

Miller (Webb Rockefeller), 
Chicago, 111. 
Little (A) boy lost. (F 45309, Sept. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4660 



224 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Muirhead (Lewis Potter), 
Atlin, British Columbia. 
AlaskaD pastoral scene. (F 44828, Aug. 
20, 1906.) 4661 

Atlin lake. (F44825, Auj2:.20, 1906.) 4662 

Pine creek falls, Atlin. (F 44824, Aug. 
20, 1906.) 4663 

Typical hydraul icing. (F 44826, Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 4664 

Typical placer mining. (F 44827, Aug. 
20, 1906.) 4665 

2 c. each May 31, 1906. 

New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N.J. 
Air castles. Aug. 25, 1906. (F 44980, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4666 

Book taught Bilkins. All about safety 
revolvers. (F 44815, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 
c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) . 4667 

Did you ever? Aug. 27, 1906. (F 45063, 
Aug. 28, 19C6; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906.) 

4668 

Aug. 29, 1906. (F 45131, Aug. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. 4669 

Aug. 31, 1906. (F 45188, Sept. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 1, 1906.) 4670 

Dream of the Rarebit fiend. Aug. 11, 
1906. (F 44676, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906.) 4671 

Aug. 16, 1906. (F 44754, Aug. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906. ) 4672 

Aug. 18, 1906. (F 44817, Aug. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 4673 

Aug. 23, 1906. (F 44948, Aug. 25, 

19C6; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4674 

Aug. 25, 1906. (F 44981, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4676 

Aug. 30, 1906. (F 45137, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4676 

Sept. 1, 1906. (F 45283, Sept. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4677 



Sept. 6, 1906. (F 45388, Sept. 7, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 4678 

Sept. 8, 1906. (F 45412, Sept. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4679 

He meant well — But! 



Sept. 4, 1906. 
(F 45306, Sept. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 5, 
1906. ) 4680 

Charlie: Oos little tootsie wootsie? 



(F 45411, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1906.) 4681 

Jingles from the jungle. (F 45387, Sept. 
7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 4682 

Letters from home. July 4, 1906. (F 
43573, July 5, 1906; 2 c* July 5, 1906.) 

4683 



New York evening telegram 
(New' York herald com- 
pany), Jersey Citv, 
N. J. 
Letters from home. July 25, 1906. ( F 
44146, July 26, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906. ) 

4684 

Aug. 15, 1906. (F 44756, Aug. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906.) 4685 

Letters home. Aug. 17, 1906. (F 44816, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

4686 

Aug. 22, 1906. (F 44899, Aug. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 4687 

Pa Puddinhead. Hang it all. ( F 44755, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 17, 1906.) 

4688 

Here I'm going home with my left 

knee itching. ( F 44949, Aug. 25, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 4689 

That waiter up there. (F 44879, 

Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906.) 

4690 

Sept. 1, 1906. (F 45282, Sept. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4691 

Pilgrim's progress. Aug. 21, 1906. (F 
44880, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 

4692 

Sept. 4, 1906. (F 45307, Sept. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 5, 1906.) 4693 

Well, I see the political campaign is 

upon us again. (F 45109, Aug. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 4694 

Sports. ( F 45409, Sept. 8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
8, 1906.) 4695 

Ventriloquial Vag. Aug. 20, 1906. (F 
44878, Aug. 22, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 

4696 

Aug. 24, 1906. (F 44950, Aug. 25, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906.) 4697 

Sept. 3, 1906. (F 45189, Sept. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4698 

New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
And then came the apple. (F 45371, 
Sept. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 

4699 
Buster Brown. Aug. 19, 1906. (F 44751, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

4700 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 44896, Aug. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4701 

Sept. 2, 1906. (F 45126, Aug. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4702 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45377, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4708 

Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45384, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 4704 

Feminine fancies. Aug. 19, 1906. (F 
44750, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 4706 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 44892, Aug. 23, 

1906; 2 c, Aug. 27, 1906.) 4706 



ENOSAVTNOS, CUTS, AND PMNT8 



225 



New York heiald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Feminine fancier. Sept. 2, 1906. (F 
45129, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Sep 4, 1906. ) 

4707 

Sept, 9, 1906. ( F 46373, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4708 

Home (The) run. (F 44746, Aug. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 4709 

Little Nemo in plumberland. Aug. 19, 
1906. (F 44752, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 4710 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 44897, Aug. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4711 

Sept. 2, 1906. (F 46123, Aug. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4712 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45378, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4713 

Sept. 16, 1906. (F 46^33, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 4714 

Little Sammy Sneeze. Aug. 19, 1906. 
(F 44748, Aug. 17, 1906; 2' c. Aug. 20, 
1906.) 4715 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 44893, Aug. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4716 

Sept. 2, 1906. (F 45127, Aug. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4717 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45375, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4718 

Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45379, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 4719 

Love at first sight. (F 45124, Aug. 30, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4720 

Naughty gnomes abuse Punch and Judy. 
Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45:^2, Sept. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 4721 

Sculptures in paper. Abraham Lincoln. 
(F 44753, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 4722 

Elihu Root. (F 45372, Sept. 6, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 4723 

William H. Taft. (F 44898, Aug. 

23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4724 

William Jennings Bryan. (F 45125, 

Aug..30, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4725 

Terrors of the tiny tads. Aug. 19, 1906. 
(F 44747, Aug. '17, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 4726 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 44895, Aug. 23, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4727 
Sept. 2, 1906. (F 45130, Aug. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4728 
Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45374, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 4729 
Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45381, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 4730 
Umpire (The) . (F 44891, Aug. 23, 1906; 

2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4731 

Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. Aug. 

19, 1906. (F 44749, Aug. 17, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 20, 1906.) 4732 



New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Wish twins and A lad < tin's lamp. Aug. 
26, 1906. ( F 44894, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 27, 1906.) 4788 

Sept. 2, 1906. (F 46128, Aug. 30, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4784 



Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45376, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4785 

Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45380, Sept. 6, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 4786 

New York Times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Hy. Mayer abroad. — Back to New York. 
(F 44685, Aug. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 
1906. ) 4787 

Hy. Mayer visits Saratoga. (F 44821, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 

4788 

Some impressions of the passing show. 
(F 44979, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1906. ) 4789 

North American company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Little Growling Bird in Windegoland. 
July 29, 1906. ( F 44200, July 30, 1906; 
2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 4740 

Aug. 5, 1906. (F 44385, Aug. 3, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4741 

Aug. 12, 1906. (F 44684, Aug. 14, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 4742 

Mrs. Cab, she wears the trousers, nos. 
4 to 12. (F 44906-44914, Aug. 24, 
1906. ) 4743 

2 c. each Aug. 24, 1906. 

nos. 13-15. (F 45246-45248, Sept. 

4, 1906.) 4744 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 
Firemen series. The Alarm. (F 45492, 
Sept. 12, 1906.) 4745 

Down the pole. (F 45494, Sept. 12, 

1906. ) 4746 

Fighting the fire. (F 45499, Sept. 

12,1906.) 4747 

Hook up! ( F 45495, Sept. 12, 1906. ) 

4748 

On the way. (F 45498, Sept. 12, 

1906. ) 4749 

Ready. (F 45496, Sept. 12, 1906.) 

4750 

Start! (F 45497, Sept. 12, 1906. ) 

4751 

Turn out. ( F 45493, Sept. 12, 1906. ) 

4752 
2 c. each Sept. 12, 1906. 



226 



CATALO&UE OF COPYRIGHT ENTBIEB 



Printz, Biederman & co., 
Cleveland, Ohio. 
Printzess. (F 46385, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 23, 1906. ) 4758 

Quinby (F. J.) company, 
Boston, Mass. 
He had determined to become a dandy. 
(F 45408, Sept. 8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 8, 
1906. ) 4764 

Smith (Charles W.), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
World's most noted dwelling Betsv 
Ross home. (F 45386, Sept. 7, 1906*; 
2 c. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4756 

Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Bear. (F 45074, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4766 

Cannibal. (F 45199, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4757 

Chauffeur. (F 45198, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4768 

Clown. (F 45197, Sept. 4, 1906.) 4769 

Elephant. (F 45077, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

4760 

Farmer. (F 45196, Sept. 4, 1906.) 4761 

Hare and the tortoise. (F 45073, Aug. 
29, 1906.) 4762 

Jack and Jill. (F 45193, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4768 

Lion. (F 45075, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4764 

Little boy blue. ( F 45194, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4765 

Little Jack Horner. (F 45195, Sept. 4, 

1906. ) 4766 

Little Miss Muffet. (F 45191, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4767 

Mary, Mary, quite contrary. (F 45192, 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 4768 

Mother Goose. (F 45190, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4769 

Mother Hubbard and her dog. F 45068, 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4770 

Mrs. Peter Pumpkin Eater. (F 45069, 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4771 

Owl and the pussv cat. (F 45070, Aug. 
29, 1906. ) ' 4772 

Princess and the ogre. (F 45071, Aug. 
29, 1906. ) 4778 

Rabbit. (F 45078, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4774 

Red Riding Hood and the wolf. (F 
45072, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4775 

Tiger. (F 45076, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4776 

Turkey. (F 45079, Aug. 29, 1906.) 4777 

2 c. each Sept. 13, 1906. 

Sunday school times com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Garden of Gethemane. (F 45270, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 4778 



Sunday school times com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Golgotha. (F 45268, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

4779 

Home in Bethany. (F 45265, Sept. 4, 

1906.) 4780 

Mount of Olives. (F 45266, Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 4781 

Oriental dish. (F 45271, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

4782 

Pack-train in the Holy land. (F 45274, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4788 

Street leading to Herod's palace. (F 
45273, Sept. 4, 1906.) 4784 

Supposed tomb of our Lord. (F 45267, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4786 

Traditional house of Caiaphas. ( F 45269, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4786 

Types of oriental lamps. (F 45272, Sept. 
4, 1906. ) 4787 

Typical oriental market place. ( F 45264, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4788 

2 c. each Aug. 28, 1906. 

Thomas & co., Findlay, Ohio. 
Falls, Riverside park, Findlay, Ohio. (F 
45262, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906. ) 

4789 

Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 
African (An) love tragedy. (F 44738, 
Aug. 17, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1906; 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1906.) 4790 

Hans, on his travels, makes friends with 
a puppy. (F44183,July 28, 1906; Ic. 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 7, 1906. ) 4791 

Karl and Fritz get the worst of a joke on 
the dog. ( F 44410, Aug. 4, 1906; 1 c. 
Aug. 4, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 4792 

Kin-der kids nearly lose Japansky. (F 
44409, Aug. 4, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 14, 1906. ) 4798 

win a motor boat race. (F 44180, 



Julv 28, 1906; 1 c. July 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 7, 1906. ) 4794 

Wee Willie Winkle's world. Sept. 2, 
1906. (F 45162, Sept. 1, 1906; 1 c 
Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 7796 

Villiers (Walter Herbert), 
Chicago, 111. 
Baby gardener. A good lot of water for 
this poor plant. (F 44976, Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 4796 

The squirt is rather hard to manage. 

(F 44975, Aug. 27, 1906.) 4797 

Won't Papa be pleased. (F 44974, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4798 

2 c. each Aug. 27, 1906. 



EKGKAVIN08 CUTS, AND PRINTS 



227 



Washington poet company, 

Washington, D. C. 

Washineton poet calendar, 1907. April 

May June. (F 45363, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4799 

January, February, March. (F 

45362, Sept 6, 1906. ) 4800 

July, August, September. { F 45364, 

Sept 6, 1906. ) 4801 

October, November, December. (F 

45365, Sept 6, 1906. ) 4808 

2 c. each Sept. 6, 1906. 

Wood (Otis F. ), New Brighton, 
N. Y. 
Bub— He's always to blame. Aug. 12, 
1906. (F 44665, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 4803 

Aug. 19, 1906. (F 44809, Aug. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 4804 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45031, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 480A 

Sept 2, 1906. (F 45157, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4806 

Sept 9, 1906. (F 45423, Sept 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept 10, 1906.) 4807 

Herr Spiegleburger. Aug. 19, 1906. (F 
44811, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906.) 4808 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45032, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4809 

Mary and her little lamb. (F 44663, 
Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 13, 1906. ) 4810 

Aug. 19, 1906. (F 44807, Aug. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 4811 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45035, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4812 

Sept 2, 1906. (F 45159, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4813 

Sept 9, 1906. (F 45422, Sept 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept 10, 1906.) 4814 

Prince Errant — Ha Ha — suffers forhis self- 
ishness. (F 44666, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 4815 

Sambo and his funny noises. Aug. 12, 
1906. (F 44668, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906. ) 4816 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brighton, 
N.Y. 
Sambo and his funny noises. Aug. 19, 
1906. (F 44812, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 4817 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45030, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4818 

Sept. 2, 1906. (F 45160, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906. ) 4819 

Sept 9, 1906. (F 45421, Sept 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept 10, 1906.) 4880 

Simple Simon catches the train for Pa. 
Aug. 12, 1906. (F 44667, Aug. 13, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 13, 1906.) 4881 

Aug. 19, 1906. ( F 44810, Aug. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 4888 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45034, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4883 

Sept 2, 1906. (F 45156, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4884 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45427, Sept. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept 10, 1906. ) 4885 

S-st-stut-tering Sa-Sammy . Aug. 26, 1906. 
(F 45033, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1906. ) 4886 

Sept 2, 1906. (F 45158, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906. ) 4887 

Sept 9, 1906. (F 45425, Sept 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept, 10, 1906.) 4888 

Uncle George Washington Bings. Aug. 
12, 1906. (F 44664, Aug. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 13, 1906.) 4889 

Aug. 19, 1906. ( F 44808, Aug. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 4880 

Aug. 26, 1906. (F 45036, Aug. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4831 

Sept 2, 1906. (F 45154, Aug. 31, 

1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4838 

Sept. 9, 1906. (F 45424, Sept 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept 10, 1906.) 4833 

Wags — The dog that adopted a man. 
Sept 2, 1906. (F 45155, Aug. 31, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 4834 

Sept 9, 1906. (F 45426, Sept 10, 

1906; 2 c. Sept 10, 1906.) 4835 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 7,477 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Ackermann Quigley Htho. company, Kansas 
City, Mo. Class G, XXc, no. 13930, Aug. 20, 1906; 2 copies received Aug. 20. 1906." 



Ackermann Quigley litho. 

company y Kansas 

City, Mo. 

Girl and boy standing by fence, no. 1109. 

3 sheet. (G 13930, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

4886 

Girl sitting in chair, no. 1115. ^ sheet. 

(G 13934, Aug. 20, 1906.) 4887 

Girl writing letter, no. 1114. i sheet. 
(G 13933, Aug. 20, 1906.) 4888 

Man on a chair with girl kneeling, no. 
1112. i sheet. (G 13931, Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 4889 

Man seated in chair being waited on by a 
bevy of girls, no. 1118. 8 sheet. (G 
13935, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 4840 

Old (An) negro holding a girl in her 
arms. no. 1108. 3 sheet. (G 13929, 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 4841 

Old negro with broken bicycle, no. 1113. 
i sheet. (G 13932, Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

4842 
2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Buster Brown company, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Dont be an April fool. (G 13967, Sept. 
6, 1906. ) 4843 

It beats the band. (G 13970, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 4844 

June butterflies. ( G 13969, Sept. 6, 1 906. ) 

4846 

Throw flowers. ( G 13968, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

4846 
2 c. each Sept. 6, 1906. 

Campbell, Metzger & Jacob- 
son, New York, N. Y. 
American beauty. (G 13982, Sept. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 4847 

Chrysanthemums. (G 13984, Sept. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 4848 

Elizabeth. (G 13985, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 4849 

Emerald. (G 13981, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 10, 1906. ) 4860 

Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
All winners. (G 13946, Aug. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4861 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Babette. (G 13693, July 21, 1906; 2 c. 
July 23, 1906.) 4862 

Beautiful bookies. (G 13874, Aug. 9, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 4863 

Brown (Harry). (G 13694, July 21, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 4864 

Darn gowl riddle. (G 13812, Aug. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. ) 4866 

(Dis) playing the 'hose' on him. (G 
13944, Aujr. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1906. 4866 

Dreamland's phantoms. (G 13695^ July 
23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) /4867 

Fooling the floor walker. ( G 13943, Aug. 
27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4868 

Frye (Clayton). (G 13940, Aug. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 24, 1906. ) 4869 

Head of the great Mana. (G 13692, July 
21, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 4860 

Her eye on a few of the villagers. (G 
13848, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

4861 

Howe (Sam S. ) (G 13942, Aug. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 4862 

Idler, Burke and McDonald troupe. (G 
13681, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 1906. ) 

4868 

Mark (The). (G 13845, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 4864 

Mazie is coming to town. (G 13668, July 
17, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906.) 4866 

Mazie, leader of her fun crowd. (G 
13670, July 18, 1906; 2 c. July 19, 1906. ) 

4866 

Mazie's dress parade. (G 13815, Aug. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 4867 

Mazie's freak show. (G 13820, Aug. 2, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4868 

Moths and the flame. (G 13945, Aug. 
27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 4869 

Mute avenger. (G 13790, July 30, 1906; 
2 c. July 30, 1906.) 4870 

Orr (Charles F. ) ( G 1 3792, July 30, 1906; 
2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 4871 

229 



230 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Poor Billy Keep. ( G 13813, Aug. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 2, 1906. ) 4872 

Poor cripple. (G 13806, July 31, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 1, 1906,) 4873 

Rare Rialto rounder. (G 13875, Aug. 9, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 4874 

Sherwood (Walter). (G 13791, July 30, 
1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 4875 

Shunk (Harry C.) (G 13677, July 19, 
1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906.) 4876 

Sisters McConnell; figures. (G 13697, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 4877 

Sisters McConnell; portraits. (G 13696, 
July 23, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 4878 

Three drops! (G 13847, Aug. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4879 

Trumbull ( Mazie ) characters. ( G 13846, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4880 

Trumbull (Mazie) profile. (G 13877, 
Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 2, 1906.) 4881 

Van Fossen (Harry). (G 13811, July 31, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 4, 1906.) 4882 

Willing (A) horse. (G 13876, Aug. 9, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 9, 1906.) 4883 

Your hand please. (G 13821, Aug. 2, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3. 1906. ) 4884 

6. Monarchs of melody. (G 13669, July 
17, 1906; 2 c. July 18, 1906.) 4886 

20th Century maids stage scene. (G 

. 13682, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 21, 

1906.) 4886 

Forsman (Chas. H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
American beauty. Flag girl. (G 13972, 
Sept. 1, 1906.) 4887 

Poppy girl. (G 13971, Sept. 1, 

1906. ) 4888 

Rose girl. (G 13973, Sept. 1, 1906. ) 

4889 

Pans V girl. (G 13974, Sept. 1 , 1906. ) 

4890 
2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Lovell & Covel, Boston, 
I^ass. 
Rosebuds. (G 13983, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 4891 

Minott (George L.), Gard- 
ner, Mass. 
Main street, Westminster, Mass. (G 
13321, June 9, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 25, 1906. ) 

4892 

Newell (Peter), Leonia, 
N.J. 
Naps of Polly Sleepyhead. Polly sees 
the Groopy Duck. (G 13232, May 28, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 14, 1906.) 4898 



United States lithomph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
A la militaire. 9887. (G 13826, Aug. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4894 

A la Spanish. 9886. (G 13831, Aug. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4895 

Abduction of the little circus girl. 9772. 
(G 13753, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906. ) 4896 

After the ball. 9861. (G13776, July 28, 
1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 4897 

Alberta Gallatin as Dorothy Vernon. 
9805. (G 13754, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 25, 1906. ) 4898 

Arizona (The) troupe. 9871. (G 13863, 
Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4899 

Banquet scene. 9747. (G 13851, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4900 

Beauty's realm. 9882. (G 13953, Aug. 
29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4901 

Billy Beard. 9814. (G 13748, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 4902 

9840. (G 13829, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 3, 1906. ) 4903 

9813. (G 13752, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 

July 25, 1906. ) 4004 

Boys, take your hats off. 9896. (G 
13824, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 

4905 

Cowboy kid. 9868. (G 13770, July 28, 
1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 4906 

Cupid and girl. 9873. (G 13835, Aug. 
3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4907 

Day (Anna). 9586. (G 13751, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 4908 

Dockstader (Lew). 9853. (G 13756, 
July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 4909 



9695. (G 13744, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 

July 25, 1906. ) 4910 

Fairies' domain. 9878. (G 13796, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 4911 

Falstaff (Sir John). 9700. (G 13743, 
July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 4912 

Few debutantes. 9877. (G 13795, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 4918 

Flawless gems. 9880. (G 13773, July 28, 
1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 4914 

Frey (Henry). 9889. (G 13856, Aug. 6, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4916 

Girl. 267. (G 13747, July 25, 1906; 2 c. 
July 25, 1906. ) 4916 

Grotesque figure on mule. 9837. (G 
13769, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 

4917 

Harvest moon. 9851. (G 13741, July 
25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 4918 

Horse on him. 9770. (G 13745, July 
25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 4919 



OHKOMOS AND LITHOOKAPHd 



281 



United Statee lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
I have put enough powder in the cannon 
to blow her to pieces. 9802. (G 13767, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 

4980 
Interrupted banquet. 9866. (G 13800, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 

4981 

Interrupted performance. 9821. (G 

13793, July 30, 1906; 2 c. JuJy 30, 1906. ) 

4988 

James Lackaye. 9769. (G 13749, July 
25, 1906; 2 c. July 26, 1906.) 4988 

James (Louis). 9701. (G 13739, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 4984 

Jefferson (Joseph and Wm. W.) 9748. 
(G 13834, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 4986 

Lady and gentleman and two maids. 
9692. (G 13950, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906. ) 4986 

Letter bill design. 9953. (G 13852, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4987 

light in the head. 9895. (G 13771, July 
28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 4988 

Methinks, little one. 9815. (G 13827, 
Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4989 

Morton (Ed.) 9839. (G 13830, Aug. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4980 

Mountain climbing scene. 9915. (G 
13937, Aug. 23, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1906. ) 4931 

"My husband!'' 9764. (G 13746, July 
25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 4988 

Nineteen characters and letter bill. 9888. 
(G 13832, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 
1906. ) 4933 

Now yust go ahead and did it. 9384. 
(G 13678, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
1906. ) 4934 

Oath of vengeance. 9867. (G 13778, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 

4935 

One male and two female figures. 274. 
(G 13951, Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 
1906. ) 4936 

One of our Goo-Goo girls. 9898. (G 
13768, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 
1906.) 4937 

Overton (Bessie). 9729. (G 13849, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4938 

Prim and pretty. 9881. (G 13799, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 4939 

Rosen (Master) . 9582. (G 13833, Aug. 
3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 4940 



United States lithomph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Scene in railroad station. 9766. (G 
13755, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 
1906.) 4941 

School girl days. 9733. (Ci 13794, July 
30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906.) 4948 

Simmons (Danny). 9730. (G 13850, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4943 

Some of our celebrities. 9879. (G 13801, 
July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 

4944 

Soubrette in green dress. 269. (G 13679, 
July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 1906. ) 4945 

Soubrette. 268. (G 13750, Jul v 25, 1906; 
2 c. July 25, 1906. ) ' 4946 

Sports on a lark. 9846. (G 13854, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 4947 

"Take that!" 9717. (G 13740, July 25, 
1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 4948 

Tambourine girls. 9897. (G 13828, Aug. 
3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906. ) 4949 

"That's thegorl-darndest horse." 9850. 
((; 13803, July 30, 1906; 2 c. July 30, 
1906. ) 4960 

"Then strike through this!" 9716. (G 
13738, July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906. ) 

4961 

This American is a schemer! 9811. (G 

13855, Aug. 6, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 6, 1906.) 

4968 

Two grotesque figures and auto. 9722. 

(G 13775, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 

1906. ) 4963 

Unexpected often happens. 9782. (G 
13825, Aug. 3, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 3, 1906.) 

4964 

Waiting, simply waiting. 9766. (G 
13680, July 20, 1906; 2 c. July 20, 
1906.) 4966 

"We want our money!" 9804. (G 13952, 
Aug. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 

4966 

Wills (Nat. M.) 9768. (G 13777, July 
28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906.) 4967 

Yes, she dropped him. 9860. (G 13772, 
July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 1906. ) 

4968 

18 female and one male character. 9387. 
(G 13774, July 28, 1906; 2 c. July 28, 
1906. ) 4969 

29 female characters. 9386. (G 13742, 
July 25, 1906; 2 c. July 25, 1906.) 

4960 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 8,060 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 



Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with 8ubalphabet of titlet*. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copvright by Clarence L. Andrews, Eagle, Alaska. Class H, 
XXc, no. 82686, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 copies received .^'ept. 10, 1900." 



Andrews (Clarence L. ), 

Calico Bluff. (H 82686, Sept. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4961 

Berdan (H. B.), Long 
Branch, N. J. 
Darn that dude. (H 82717, Sept. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 4963 

Bordeaux ( David J.) , Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Our pets. (H 81784, Aug. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 10, 1906.) 4968 

Chickering (Elmer), Bos- 
ton, MasH. 
Denver (William J.) ^H 82658, Sept. 
8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1906.) 4964 

Draper (Clare Hill). Head and shoul- 
ders nearly front view. (H 82668, 
Sept. 10, 19'06; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. 

4965 

1 figure sitting in arm chair. ( H 

82659, Sept. 8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1906. ) 

4966 
Colton (Chester L.), New- 
ark, N. J. 
Court House Essex co., N. J. (H 82663, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 

4967 
Connor (George B. ), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Atlantic hotel, Ocean Citv, Md. (H 
82690, Sept. 11, 1906.) " 4968 

Bathing hour, Ocean City, Md. ( H 82688, 
Sept. 11, 1906.) 4969 

Looking north from the pier, Ocean City, 
Md. (H 82689, Sept 11, 1906.) 4970 

Looking south from the pier. Ocean City, 
Md. (H 82687, Sept. 11, 1906.) 4971 

2 c. each Sept. 11, 1906. 
Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 

AToQa 

Buckwheat harvest. 18 by 22. (H 82683, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 

4972 

8 by 10. (H 82684, Sept. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4973 

11 by 14. (H 82685, Sept. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 4974 

3595— PT 4, NO 13—06 2 



Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Children are a heritage of the Lord. 8 
by 10. (H 82695, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1906.) 4978 

11 by 14. (H 82696, Sept. 11, 1906; 

2 c. Sept 11,1906.) 4976 

Cup of death. (H 82648, Sept. 7, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 4977 

Hanging of the crane. New 8 by 10. 
(H 82722, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1906.) 4978 

New 18 by 22. (H 82723, Sept. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 4979 

I will lift mine eyes unto the hills 8 by 

10. (H 82697, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
11,1906.) 4980 

11 by 14. (H 82698, Sept. 11, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4981 

Knitting lefc^son. (H 82699, Sept. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4982 

Mending the rug. (H 82700, Sept. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4983 

Sewing a book. ( H 82701, Sept. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4984 

Shepherdess. 8 by 10. (H 82646, Sept. 
7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906. ) 4985 

11 by 14. (H 82647, Sept. 7, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 4986 

Washerwoman (The). (H 82702, Sept. 

11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 4987 

Dunbar ( Mrs. Matilda), Day- 
ton, Ohio. 

Brick house of the late Paul Laurence 
Dunbar, front view. 2. (H 82627, 
Sept. 7, 1906; 1 c. June 19, 1906; 1 c. 
Sept. 7, 1906. ) 4988 

side view. 1. (H 82626, Sept. 7, 

1906; 1 c. June 19, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 7, 
1906. ) 4989 

Library of the late Paul Laurence Dun- 
bar— north side. 3. ( H 82628, Sept. 
7, 1906; 1 c. June 19, 1906; 1 c. new ed. 
Sept. 7, 1906.) 4990 

south side. 4. (H 82629, Sept. 7, 

1906; 1 c. June 19, 1906; 1 c. new ed. 
Sept. 7, 1906.) 4991 

233 



234 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Gathright (T. M.), Norfolk, 
Va. 
All nations watching Norfolk grow. (H 
82623, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 

4992 

Gold thwaite (Kenneth), Sar- 
anac Lake, N. Y. 
Uncle Paul Smith. (H 82682, Sept 10, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 4993 

Green (J. E.), Chester, Pa. 
Birds eye view of Chester, looking down 
Second st. ( H 82531, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 4994 



looking west. (H 82527, Sept. 4, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 4996 

Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Among the tombs in Mukden cemetery. 
8940. (H 81915, Aug. 11, 1906.) 4996 

Ancient gateway to a temple at Mukden. 
8934. (H 81909, Aug. 11, 1906.) 4997 

Array officers watching the progress of 
the fight. 8901. (H 81878, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 4998 

Arrival of the mails from Japan. 8913. 
(H 81888, Aug. 11, 1906.) 4999 

Artillery company marching near Muk- 
den. 8915. (H 81890, Aug. 11, 1906.) 

5000 

Avenue of tombs in Mukden cemetery. 
8939. (H 81914, Ang. 11, 1906.) 6001 

Boiled drinking water being served to 
the soldiers. 8887. (H 81866, Aug. 
11, 1906.) 6002 

Buddhist temple gate in Mukden. 8946. 
(H 81921, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6003 

Buddhist temple in Mukden. 8944. ( H 
81919, Auj?. 11, 1906.) 8004 

Buddhist temple with marble tombs. 
8947. (H 81922, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6006 

Caring for the dead and wounded. 8884. 
(H 81863, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6006 

Carrying mail during the war. 8912. 
(H 81887, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6007 

Cavalrymen preparing a noon day meal. 
8919. (H 81894, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 6008 

Cavalrv on the march. 8917. ( H 81892, 
Aug.' 11, 1906.) 6009 

Chinese farm house. 8967. (H 81942, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6010 

Chinese general store. 8955. (H 81930, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6011 

Chinese junks. 8969. (H 81944, Aug. 
11,1906.) 6012 

Chinese making raincoats. 8957. (H 
81932, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6013 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Company of Japanese in action. 8891. 
(H 81870, Aug. 11, 1906.) 5014 

Constructing forts. 8882. (H 81861, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6015 

Cooking tiffin in the field 8895. (H 
81873, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 5016 

Crude Manchurian well. 8963. (H 
81938, Aug. 11, 1906.) 5017 

Crude method of shoeing a horse. 8958. 
(H 81933, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6018. 

Distributing mail at the war post office. 
8914. ( H 81889, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6019 

Eastern entrance to cemetery at Mukden. 
8930. (H 81905, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6020 

Eastern temple of Mukden. 8928. (H 
81903, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6021 

Elaborate marble stairway of a temple. 
8927. (H 81902, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6022 

Emperor's chair in Mukden palace. 8926. 
(H 81901, Aug. 11, 1906.) 5023 

Entrance to ancient Chinese tomb. 8936. 
(H 81911, Aug. 11, 1906.) 5024 

Entrance to government building. 9823. 
(H 81898, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6026 

Entrance to Mukden. 8951. (H 81926, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6026 

Gatewav to emperor's palace. 8924. 
(H 81899, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6027 

Gateway to grounds. 8937. (H 81912, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6028 

Gateway to the tombs. 8931. (H 81906, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6029 

General view of forte. 8900. (H 81877, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 503O 

Great bean store house. 8964. (H 81939, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6031 

Infantry firing through gun holes. 8898. 
(H 81875, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6082 

Infantry on the march in the trenches. 
8903. (H 81880, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 608S 

Infantrv resting. 8896. (H 81874, Aug. 
11,1906.) 6084r 

Interior of a Buddhist temple. 8945. 
(H 81920, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6036 

In the gardens of a Buddhist temple. 
8948. (H 81923, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6038 

Japanese following up the enemy. 8918. 
(H 81893, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6037 

Japanese mails and escort. 8911. (H 
81886, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6038 

Japanese officers playing checkers. 8922. 
(H 81897, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 603O 

Japanese on guard 8889. (H 81868, 
Aug. 11,1906.) 504O 

Japanese sentinel on duty. 8888. (H 
81867, Aug. 11, 1906.) 5041 



PHOTOaBAPHS 



286 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Japanese soldiers repulsing a Russian at- 
tack 8894. ( H 81872, Aug. 1 1 , 1906. ) 

5042 

Japanese soldiers searching for the enemy. 

8907. (H 81882, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6048 

Japanese transporters encamped 8878. 
(H 81859, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6044 

Japanese transport wagon 8876. (H 

81857, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6045 

Letters to the dear ones. 8910. (H 

81885, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6046 

Locating the enemy. 8880. (H 81860, 

Aug. 11, 1906.) 6047 

Looking for the enemy. 8916. (H 81891, 

Aug. 11, 1906.) 6048 

Manchurian farmer. 8962. (H 81937, 

Aug. 11, 1906.) 6049 

Marble column in a cemetery. 8950. ( H 

81925, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6060 

Marble gateway. 8935. ( H 81910, A ug. 

11, 1906.) 6061 

Marble steps. 8925. ( H 81900, Aug. 1 1 , 

1906. ) 6062 

Marble tow-er. 8943. (H 81918, Aug. 

11,1906.) 6063 

Miles of provision wagons. 8877. (H 

81858, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6064 
Mukden's most aristocratic street. 8953. 

(H 81928, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6066 

Mukden street. 8952. (H 81927, Aug. 

11,1906.) 8066 

Natives of Mukden. 8965. (H 81940, 

Aug. 11, 1906.) 6087 

Newspaper men writing reports. 8908. 

(H 81883, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6058 

Northern entrance to cemetery. 8929. 

(H 81904, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6089 

Officer receiving instructions. 8909. ( H 

81884, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6060 

Officers* temporary kitchen. 8921. (H 

81896, Aug. 11, 1906.) 8061 

Officers' temporary quarters. 8920. (H 

81805, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6062 

Old Buddhist temple. 8961. (H 81936, 

Aug. 11, 1906.) 6063 

Old Chinese palace. 8941. (H 81916, 

Aug, 11, 1906.) 6064 

On the firing line. 8893. (H 81871, Aug. 

11, 1906.) 6065 

One of the beautiful tombs. 8933. ( H 

81908, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6066 

Pontoon bridge. 8971. (H 81946, Aug. 

11,1906.) 6067 

Railway bridge. 8972. (H 81947, Aug. 

11, 1906.) 5068 

R^ment making a hidden advance. 8902. 

(H 81879, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6069 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
,,j f^ delphia. Pa. 
Kinging a sacred bell. 8960. ( H 81935, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6070 

Russian soup cart. 8886. (H 81865, Aug. 
11,1906.) 6071 

Sail boats. 8968. (H 81943, Aug. 11, 
1906. ) 6072 

Seat of a former emperor. 8942. (H 
81917, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6078 

Sharp shooters in farm house. 8885. ( H 
81864, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6074 

Sharp shooters watching the enemy. 
8890. (H 81869, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6076 

Shoemaker at Mukden. 8956. (H 81931, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6076 

Silversmith street. 8954. (H 81929, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6077 

Soldiers firing from ambush. 8899. (H 
81876, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6078 

Soldiers fishing. 8970. (H 81946, Aug. 
11,1906.) 6079 

Soldiers taking tiffin. 8883. (H 81862, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6080 

Soldiers wrestling. 8905. (H 81881, 
Aug. 11, 1906.) 6081 

Temple in a rural district. 8966. (H 
81941, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6082 

Tomb of an ancient ruler. 8932. (H 
81907, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6083 

Tombs of Chinese high priests. 8959. 
(H 81934, Aug. 11, 1906. ) 6084 

Transport leaving Yokohama. 8875. (H 
81856, Aug. 11, 1906. 6088 

Two-post gate entrance. 8938. (H 
81913, Aug. 11, 1906.) 6086 

Worshipping in a Buddhist temple. 8949. 
(H 81924. Aug. 11, 1906.) 6087 

2 c. each Aug. 11, 1906. 

Gustin (E. AV.) & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
Returning from pasture. ( H 82721 , Sept. 
12, 1906.) 6088 

Returning home. (H 82720, Sept. 12, 
1906. ) 6089 

2 c. each Sept. 12, 1906. 

James & Bushnell, Seattle, 
Wash. 
1 Committee of the international Christian 
I Endeavorers for 1907. ( H 82145, Aug. 
I 20, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 5090 

Jamestown official photo- 
I graph corporation, 

' Norfolk, Va. 

Atlantic hotel, Norfolk, Va. no. 445. 
(H 82630, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
i 1906. ) 8091 



236 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT EKTBIE8 



Jamestown official photo- 
graph corporation, 
Norfolk, Va. 
Captain John Smith's coat-of-arms. no. 
542. (H 82691, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1906. ) 6092 

Foundation of the State house at James- 
town, no. 489. (H 82639, Sept. 7, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 6098 

Hampton normal institute, nos. 483-487. 
( H 82634-82638, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. each 
Sept. 7, 1906.) 6094 

Hampton normal institute, Hampton, 
Va. no. 482. ( H 82633, Sept. 7, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) • 6096 

Naval hospital, Portsmouth, Va. no. 
573. (H 82692, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1906.) 6096 

North front of capitol, Richmond, Va. 
no. 509. (H 82642, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 7, 1906.) 6097 

Old Fort Nelson cannon, no. 575. (H 
82693, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 11, 1906. ) 

6098 

Soldiers' home, Hampton, Va. no. 480. 
(H 82631, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1906. ) 6099 

Soldiers' home, Hampton, Va. no. 481. 
(H 82632, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1906.) 6100 

Statue of Dr. McGuire, Richmond, Va. 
no. 504. ( H 82640, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 7, 1906.) 6101 

Surrender of Cornwallis at Yorktown. 
no. 576. (H 82694, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 11, 1906.) 6102 

Valentine museum, Richmond, Va. no. 
506. (H 82641 , Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 

7, 1906.) 6103 

Johnston (Frances B. ), 

Washington, D. C. 

Bonaparte (Secretary). (H 82652, Sept. 

8, 1906.) 5104 

Cortelyou (Secretary). (H 82654, Sept. 
8, 1906.) 6106 

Hitchcock (Secretary). (H 82655, Sept. 
8, 1906.) 6106 

Metcalf (Secretary). (H 82656, Sept. 8, 
1906.) 6107 

Moodv (Secretary). (H 82657, Sept. 8, 
1906.) 6108 

Root (Secretary). (H 82850, Sept. 8, 
1906.) 6109 

Shaw (Secretary). (H 82651, Sept. 8, 
1906.) 6110 

Taft (Secretary). (H 82653, Sept. 8, 
1906.) 6111 

Wilson (Secretary). (H. 82649, Sept. 8, 
1906.) ' 6112 

2 c. each Sept. 8, 1906. 



Ketcham (Chas. A.), Mid- 
dletown, N. Y. 
Middletown state homeopathic hospital. 
(H 82719, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1906.) 5113 

Lane (E. C), New York, 
N. Y. 
Prayer. (H 82718, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1906.) 6114 

Lovell ( M. S. ) , Oswego, N. Y. 
Steamer Iroquois outward bound. (H 
82625, Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 

5115 
Menke (H. William), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Morning mist. (H 82765, Sept. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 6116 

Moore (Orville Rustan), 
Sturgeon Bay, Wis. 
Sturgeon Bay ship canal. (H 82643, 
Sept. 7, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 5117 

Morton (H. H.), Portland, 
Me. 
D. S. S. Chase — bow view enclosure. No. 
2. (H 82645, Sept. 7, 1906.) 5118 

U. S. S. Chase — side view enclosure. No. 
1. ( H 82644, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 5119 

2 c. each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Neck (S. Sanders), Bloom- 
field, N. J. 
Buckwheat mine Franklin, N. J. (H 
82619, Sept. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

5120 

Parker (Burton), Spring- 
field Alass 
Automobilist's bitter pill. (H 82438, 
Aug. 28, 1906.) 5121 

When Greek meet Greek. (H 82437, 
Aug. 28, 1906.) 5122 

Why not marine attachments next. ( H 
82436, Aug. 28, 1906. ) 5123 

2 c. each July 26, 1906. 

Perskie (J. H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Leventhal (Rabbi B. L. ) ( H 82483, July 
28, 1906; 1 c. June 6, 1906; 1 c. July 28, 
1906. ) 5124 

Rotograph company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Black river falls, Watertown, N. Y. 
6252a. ( H 82678, Sept. 10, 1906. ) 6 125 

Erie canal locks, Lockport, N. Y. 5629a. 
(H 82677, Sept. 10, 1906.) 5126 

Gov. Flower's monument, Watertown, 
N. Y. 6257a. (H 82681, Sept. 10, 
1906.) 6127 

N. Y. C. R. R. bridge, Lockport, N. Y. 
5631a. (H 82676, Sept. 10, 1906.) 5128 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



237 



Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Public square, Watertown, N. Y. 6241a. 
(H 82680, Sept. 10, 1906.) 6129 

Washington street, Watertown, N. Y. 
6242a. (H 82679, Sept. 10, 1906.) 5180 

2 c. each Sept. 10, 1906. 

Shattuck (L. E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Baron and Baroness Sj)eok von Sternberg 
boating at Saranao Inn. (H 826()7, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 5181 

Raptic pulpit, Simeon J. Drake in an 
unique shore building. (H 82666, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 

5182 

Simeon J. Drake of New York, in the 
uni(iue rustic pulpit. (H 82665, Sept. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 5188 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
U 25794, U 26299, U 60633, V 81883, 
U 92065, U 93795, U 93795-2, U 93795-3, 
r 94435, U 94570-6, U 94665, U 94667, 
U 94694, U 94694-2. ( H 82465-82478, 
Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. of each, Aug. 30, 
1906.) 5184-5169 

U 37368, U 37723, U 85916, U 94570, 
U 94570-2, U 94570-3, U 94570-4, 
U 94570-5, U 94659. ( H 82284-82292, 
Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. of each, Aug. 24, 

1906.) 

U 91446, U 91754, U 94665-2, U 94669, 
U 94725, U 94728. (H 82670-82675, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. of each Sept. 10, 
1906.) 

V 94437, U 94438. ( H 82106-82107, Aug. 
18, 1906; 2 c. of each Aug. 18, 1906.) 



Underwood & Underwood, 
New York, N. Y. 
U 94767, U 94768, U ^H769, U 94770, U 
94771. (H 82541-82545, Sept. 4,ltK)6.) 

2 c. of each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Yitagraph company of America, 
New York, N. Y. 
Bryan'n rweption in New York. (H 
82518, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906. ) 

5170 

Naval review at Oyster Bav. (H 82605, 

Sept. 5, 1906: 2 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 5171 

\Ve.«tmoreiand (Reuben E. ) 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 
Inde|)endent Onler Odd Fellows' orphans* 
home. (II 82455, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 20 1906.) 

5172 

Wetzel (C U.), Ravens wood, 

W. Va. 

Birds eve view of Ravenswood, W. Va. 

(H 82510, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 21, 

1906.) 5178 

Winthrop press, New York, 

N. Y. 

Clown juggler. ( H 82617, Sept. 6, 1986. ) 

5174 
Irish reel. (H 82614, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

5175 
Three of a kind. ( H 82616, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

5176 

Trying it on the dog. (H 82615, Sept. 6, 

1906.) 5177 

2 c. each Sept. 6, 1906. 

Wright (William H.), Spo- 
kane, Wash. 

Grizzly bear, no. 1. (H 82624, Sept. 7, 
1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906.) 5178 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 12,645 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is given a Ii«!t of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for eopyrig-ht of paintinscs. drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to 1)6 perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietoni with 8ubalphal>et of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by American lithographic co., New York, N. Y. 
Class I, XXc, no. 19048, Aug. 17, 1906; 1 photograph received A tig. 17. 1906." 



American lithographic co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Four Reasons. V. 63. Heads of four 
young: ladies. (I 19048, Aug. 17, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 17, 1906.) 5179 

Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing of a horizontal panel enclos- 
ing heads and shoulders of four men; 
the one at the left wears a derby hat 
and is shown in profile. (I 19179, 
Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 

5180 

back of a ladie's head, her hair is 

held in place bv combs. (I 19260, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 

6181 
figure of a man placed in one end of a 



paralellogram. The man stands front 
view and carries a cane in one hand. 
(I 19131, Aug. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug 
27, 1906.) 5182 

— in shape of an oblong with chrysan- 
themum blossoms at three corners, in 
the left side of the enclosure a ladv is 
seated. (I 19268, Sept. 10, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 5183 

boy about 5 years old standing J front 



view, he wears a long coat and knee 
pants, shoes and stockings, he is spin- 
ning a top. (I 19264, Sept. 10, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 5184 

— boy profile view. He wears an over- 
coat and flat crown soft hat, short pants, 
shoes and stockings. (I 19071, Aug. 
20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 5185 

— a boy running, front view% he wears 
a coat, knee pants and is without a hat. 
(1 19178, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
4,1906.) 5186 

— boy standing, body side view face 
front view. He wears a single breasted 
sack suit. (I 19095, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 5187 

— boy standing front view, face turned 
slightly to profile view. He wears a 
double breasted coat. (I 19096, Aug. 
20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 5188 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, III. 

Pen drawing of bov standing front view. 

He has Intth hands in his pants pockets. 

(I 19099, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Auer. 

20,190(5.) 5189 

boy standing profile view. He wears 



a long overcoat and cap. (I 19097, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

5190 

— boy standing three quarters front 
view.* He wears a coat, knee pants 
and soft hat. (I UW^, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 5191 

bov walking side view with face to 



the fn)nt. He wears a knee pants suit 
and carries his hat in one hand. (I 
19091, Aug. 20, 1906: 1 photo. Aug. 20, 
1906.) 5192 

— five boys of various ages ranging 
from about 6 to 16 years. Three of the 
larger stand in a row at the right of 
the drawing. (I 19132, Aug. 27, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906.) 5193 

four boys of different ages standing 



on a vacant lot. The boy at the right 
has a bunch of books. (I 19100, Aug. 
20, 1^X)6; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 1594 

full figure of three ladies in a row, 



the middle one is front view and the 
others nearly so. (I 19258, Sept. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 5195 

full length figure of a man profile 



view, he is without coat or vest and is 
holding a pair of trousers. (I 19265, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 

5196 

full length figures of three ladies in 



various positions. Each wears a street 
costume and hat, and the one at the 
left a veil. (I 19134, Aug. 27, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 27, 1906.) 5197 

a group of school children carrying 



books. (1 19173, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 5198 

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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Barnes-Crosby compaoy, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of half figure of lady front 

view, she holdR a lady's hose in her 

hand. ( 1 19262, Sept. 10, 1906; 1 photo. 

Sept. 10, 1906.) 5199 

half figure of a lady, profile view. 



face to front, she wears street costume 
and hat, and carries a hand bag. (I 
19267, Sept. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 
1906. ) 6200 

half figure of man profile view. He 



act of putting on a veil. She has on a 
hat with large plumes. (1 19137, Aug. 
27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906.) 6207 

head and shoulders of a lady nearly 



profile view. She wears a hat with 
large plumes. (I 19085, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6208 

head and shoulders of a man, he 



wears a wing collar and four-in-hand 
tie and shirt of striped material. (I 
19181, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 
1906. ) 6209 

— heads and shoulders of two ladies 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of interior of a roona with 

various articles of furniture. At the left 

a lady is seated. (I 19081, Au^. 20, 

1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6211 

ladv and a little girl Feated near a 



wears an overcoat, derby hat and car- 
lies a cane. (I 19065, Aug. 20, 1906; \ 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1H06.) 6201 

half figure of a man standing front 



view. He is in the act of putting on a \ 
coat and has a figured waistcoat, four | 
in hand tie and wing collar. (I 19129, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906 ) 

6202 

— half figure of man standing nearly 
front view holding a letter in one hand. 
(I 19257, Sept. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
10, 1906. ) 5203 

— half figure of three ladies projected 
on a panel background of gray color. 
One is in profile view and the others 
are three quarters front view. ( 1 191 36, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906.) 

6204 

— head and shoulders of a lady back 
view. She wears a low neck costume 
and is looking at a comb. (I 19073, ! 
Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

6206 

— head and shoulders of a lady front 
view. She has on a hat trimmed with 
large plumes about the crown hanging 
down at the back. About the shoul- 
ders is a boa. (I 19135, Aug. 27, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906.) 6206 

head and shoulders of a lady in the 



one front view other profile view, they 
wear hats of different style, the one at 
the right weai*s a boa. ( I 19259, Sept. 
10, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 

6210 



large window. (1 19266, Sept. 10, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 5212 

— lady carrying an umbrella in the 
rain. She wears a cravenette and holds 
the umbrella at an oblique angle. (I 
19138, Aug. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 
1906.) 6213 

— lady seated, profile view beside a 
large round center table arranging 
flowers. (I 19261, Sept. 10, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 6214 

— lady sitting front ^iew of a dressing 
table on which a number of belts are 
lying. (1 19176, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 5216 

— lady sitting three quarters front view 
holding a fan in front of her. (1 19082, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

6216 
lady standing before a dresser pro- 



file view. She is tipping the mirror 
back. She has on a corset and skirt. 
(I 19140, Aug. 27, 1906; I photo. Aug. 
27, 1906. ) 6217 

lady standing beside a range holding 



a small cooking utensil. (1 19139, Aug. 
27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 6218 

lady standing three quarters back 



view. She wears a long cloak, hat 
with plumes and carries a muff. (I 
19083, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 6219 

— man back view. He w^ears a sack 



suit and is without a hat. (I 19057, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

5220 

— man descending steps, front view, 

he w^ears a Mexico dress suit and no 

hat. (I 19263. Sept. 10, 1906; 1 photo. 

Sept. 10, 1906.) 5221 



— man seated front view. He rests 
one hand on a cane and the other arm 
is akimbo. (I 19102, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 5222 

— man seated front view in a swivel 



chair. He wears a double-breasted 
sack suit, eye glasses and is without a 
hat. (I 19087, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 6223 

man seated profile view before a 



table on which are a number of boxes 
of gloves. (I 19064, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 5224 



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241 



Barnes-Crosby company, 

Chicago, 111. 

Pen drawing of man standing back view 

with the face in profile. He wears a 

long overcoat and fedora hat. (1 19072, 

Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

6225 

man standing front view face profile. 

He wears pajamas. (I 19094, Aug. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6226 

man standing front view. He wears 

a bathrobe. ( I 19093, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 6227 

man standing front view. He wears 

a double breasted sack suit, derby hat 
and carries a cane. (I 19061, Aug. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6228 

man standing front view. He wears 

a long overcoat, derby hat and has one 
band in his coat pwket. (I 19069, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 

6229 

man standing front view. He wears 

an overcoat, silk hat and striped trou- 
sers. (I 19070, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 6230 

man standing front view. He wears 

a sack suit and has one hand in his coat 
pocket while the other holds a derbv 
hat. (I 19068, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo'. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 6231 

man standing full back view. He 



wears a long overcoat, silk hat and has 
both hands raised. (1 19077, Aug. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6232 

— man standing front view. He wears 
a frock coat, which is buttoned, derby 
hat and glasses. (I 19060, Aug. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6233 



— man standing front view. He wears 
a long overcoat, derby hat, shoes and 
carries a cane. (1 19076, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6234 

man standing full front view. He 



wears a long overcoat, gloves and derby 
hat. (I 19059, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 6236 

— man standing profile view. He 
wears a light short overcoat, striped 
trousers and derby hat and holds a cane 
and gloves. (I 19130, Aug. 27, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 6236 

— man standing profile view. He 
holds note book and pencil in his hands 
in front of him. ( 1 19058, Aug. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 6237 

— man standing profile view. He 
wears a frock coat, striped trousers and 
silk hat. (I 19074, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6238 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, lil. 
Pen drawing of man standing profile 
view on the steiw of a dwelling house. 
He wears a double breasted sack suit. 
(I 19103, Aug. 20, 1906;I1 [photo. Aug. 
20,1906.) 6289 



— man standmg Rjuarely on both teet 
front view. He holds a cane under 
one arm and a small card in the other. 
( I 19078, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
20, 1906.) 6240 



— man standing three quarters back 
view. He wears a dress suit and no 
hat. (I 19088, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 20, 1906.) 6241 



— man standing three quarters 
view. He wears a long overcoat. 



hat, shoes and carries a cane. { 1 
Aug. 20, 19(H); 1 photo. Aug. 20, 



front 
derby 
19075, 
1906.) 

6242 
man standing three quarter back 

derby 
, Sept. 

6243 



view, he wears a long rain coat, 
hat and carries a cane. (I 19177 
4, 19(6; 1 photo. 8ept. 4, 1^06.) 



— man*s head. He wears a derby hat, 
wing collar and tie, front view. (I 
19067, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 
1906. ) 6244 

man's head, nearlv front view. He 



wears a low crown soft hat, collar and 
tie. (I 19063, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 20, 1906. ) 6246 

man's head profile view\ He wears 



a low crown soft hat, wing collar and 
four-in-hand tie. (I 19086, Au>r. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6246 



— man's head three quarters front 
view. He wears a derby hat, turnover 
collar and bow tie. (I 19066, Aug. 20, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6247 



— man's head three quarters front 
view. He wears a Fedora hat, turn- 
over collar and Ascot tie. (I 19062, 
Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

6248 
seven ladies in a row, all wear hats 



and are enclosed bv ovals of floral de- 
sign. (I 19172, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6249 

— six children under a tree. Two are 



standing, one is seated and three are 
walking. (I 19084, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 6260 

small boy standing body side view 



face front. He wears a waist, knee 
pants and holds a kitten on his shoulder. 
(I 19092, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
20,1906.) 6261 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTBIE8 



Barnes - Crosby com pany , 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing showing three fourths fig- 
ure of a lady front view. She holds 
both arms extended laterally and has 
various pairs of hose hanging on them. 
(I 19133, Aug. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
27, 1906.) 6262 

three fourths figure of a lady front 



view, she wears a velvet jacket with 
collar turned up and carries a muff. ( I 
19171, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 
1906.) 6258 



three fourths figure of a lady profile 



view, placing glassware into a cabinet. 
(I 19182, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
4, 1906.) 6264 

three fourths figure of a lady stand- 



ing nearly front view, she has a long 
feather boa about her shoulders and 
wears a hat with a large plume. (I 
19180, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 
1906.) 6266 

threfe ladies standing in a row, two 



front view, one profile; one in the mid- 
dle holds a parasol. (I 19174, Sept. 4, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 6266 

three ladies walking nearly front 



view. The middle one carries a tightly 
rolled parasol and the one at the end a 
muff. (1 19079, Aug. 30, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 30, 1906.) 6267 

two ladies and a man. One lady 



stands at rijrht examining some lace 
curtains. (I 19080, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6268 

two ladies, one seated in a wicker 



chair profile view. (I 19175, Sept. 4, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 6269 

Wash drawing of a boy standing three 
quarters front view at the foot of a 
stairway. (I 19101, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 6260 

boy standing three quarters front 

view.' He wears an overcoat, flat 
crown soft hat, short pants, stockings 
and shoes. (I 19089, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6261 

boy standing three-quarters front 



view, his hands in his coat pockets. 
(I 19098, Aug. 20, 1906; 1 photo. Aug. 
20, 1906. ) 6262 

Bloch brothers tobacco com- 
pany. Wheeling, W. Va. 
Merry world; in foreground world repre- 
sented as figure with body of man in 
evening suit. (I 19045, Aug. 16, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 16, 1906. ) 6263 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
First lesson. Boy teaching his dog, the 
boy is seated on a little step holding 
his right hand up before the dog with 
his first finger pointing. (I 19166, 
Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 

5264 

Lovers' lane. Wood land scenery, to the 
left is a quiet little stream over which 
is a rustic bridge. (I 19167, Sept. 4, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 6266 

Protection. Three little kittens playing 
with a Fox collie. (I 19161, Sept. 4, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 4, 1906.) 6266 

Ready for a frolic. Setter and two young 
ones, the background is a large barrel. 
(I 19165, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
4, 1906. ) 6267 

! Collier (P. F.) & son. New 

York, N. Y. 

, Girl and the fan. Young girl in street 
costume, holding a very large fan spread 
out, the girl has very light hair and 
dark eyes. (I 19282, Sept. 13, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6268 

Golf girl; a young girl with a golf club 
raised over her shoulder, in the act of 
striking a golf ball. (I 19039, Aug. 15, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 15, 1906.) 5269 

His new high priced dogs; two dogs 
chasing a rabbit, in foreground are two 
hunters, one laughing at the other. (I 
19040, Aug. 15, UK)6; 1 photo. Aug. 15, 
1906. ) 6270 

Out-door girl. A young girl taking off her 
stock. Her sleeves are rolled up above 
her elbows. (I 19046, Aug. 16, 1906; 
1 photo Aug. 16, 1906. 

Struggle; a bear and wild cat in combat 
in a tree. (I 19038, Aug. 15, 1906; I 
photo. Aug, 15, 1906.) 5271 

Corn well publishing com- 
pany, Springfield, Mass. 
Indian canoe girl. Indian maiden sitting 
in a canoe of the style made bv Indians, 
the girl is gaily dressed, including an 
ornamental collar and string of beads. 
(I 19164, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
4, 1906. ) 6272 

Fairbanks ( E. &T. ) &co., St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. 
Builders* plan, end elevation. Drawing 
of a 46 ft. 125 ton, 5 sections, suspen- 
sion track scale, all steel construction, 
12 ft. between rods, numbered 8-31-06 
F. sheet 3, drawer 21. (I 19211, Sept. 
7, 1906. ) 6274 



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248 



Fairbanks ( E. &T. ) & co., St. 
Johnsburv, Vt. 
Builders* plan, plan view. Drawing? of a 
46 ft. 125 ton, 5 sections, su.-'pension 
track s<*ale, all steel construction, 12 
ft. between rods, numbered 8-31-06 F., 
sheet 2, drawer 21. (I 19210, Sept. 7, 
1906. ) 5275 

Builders* plan, side elevation. Drawing 
of a 46 ft. 125 ton, 5 fc^ections, suHi)en- 
sion track scale, all steel construction, 
12 ft. between rods, numbered 8-31-06. 
F., sheet 1, drawer 21. (I 19209, Sept. 
7, 1906. ) 5276 

Fifth detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. ' 
125 ton, 5 sections, 8Usi>ension track 
scale, all steel constrnctifm, 12 ft. be- 
tween rods, numbered 8-31-06 F. sheet 
9, drawer 21. (I 19217, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 

6277 

First detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
125 ton, 5 sections, sus[>ensi()n track 
scale, all steel construction, 12 ft. he- ' 
tween rods, numbere<i 8-31-06 F, sheet 
5, drawer 21. (I 19213, Sept. 7, 1906. ) 

6278 

Foundation plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
125 ton, 5 sections susjension track 
8c*ale, all steel constniction, 12 ft. 
between rods, numbered 8-31-06 F. 
sheet 4, drawer 21. (1 19212, Sept. 7. 
1906. ) 6279 

Fourth detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
125 ton, 5 sections suspension track • 
scale, all steel construction, 12 ft. 
between rods, numbered 8-31-06 F, ' 
sheet 8, drawer 21. (1 19216, Sept. 7, ! 
1906. ) 6280 

Second detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
125 ton, 5 sections, suspension track | 
scale, all steel construction, 12 ft. i 
between rods, numbered 8-31-06 F, , 
sheet 6, drawer 21. (I 19214, Sept. 7, 
1906.) 6281 i 

I 
I 

Third detail plan. Drawing of a 46 ft. 
125 ton, 5 sections suspension track I 
scale, all steel construction, 12 ft. 
between rods, numbered 8-31-06 F. 
Pheet 7, drawer 21. (I 19215, Sept. 7, 
1906. 6282 

1 photo, each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Forbes lithograph manu- \ 

facturing company, I 

Boston, Mass. 
Strawberries. A basket tilled with straw- 
berries, a few have fallen from the 
basket. (I 19117, Aug. 23, 1906; 1 ; 
photo. Aug. 23, 1906.) 6283 I 



Groseet (Kdouard Leon), 
Paris, France. 
Elephant of Africa. Statue of an ele- 
phant, 44 cm. in length, '^ cm. high 
and 21 cm. broad, standing on a rec- 
tangular pedestal with rounded corners, 
the elephant is in the act of walking 
with swinging trunk and tail. ( I 19207, 
Sept. 7, 1906.) 5284 

Elephant of India. Statue of an ele- 
phant, 44 cm. in length, 36 cm. high 
and 21 cm. broad, standing on a rec- 
tangular pedestal, left foot forward 
apparentlv in the act of walking. (I 
1920ti, Sept. 7, 1906.) 5285 

Group of elephants. Two elephants 
standing side by side and walking in 
opposite directi<ms past each other, one 
slightlv higher than the other. (I 
19208, Sei)t. 7, 1906.) 5286 

1 photo, each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Herzog (Felix Benedict), 
New York, N. Y. 
Alas poor Yorick; the skull of Yorick 
has been bron<;ht to my lady's cham- 
ber and she holds it. (I 19050, Aug. 
17, 1906.) 6287 

Twixt the cup and the lip; a central 
group of three wonien, one holds a 
larire jar or cup in both hands and 
looks down at a skull held bv the two 
others. (1 19049, Aug. 17, 1906.) 5288 

Youth of spring; in lunette shape, 5 women 
groujM'd in semicircle, half length, 2 
holding flowers. (1 19051, Aug. 17, 
1906. ) 6289 

1 photo, each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Hill (R.), }'hiladeli)hia. Pa. 
Fve got her, Mother. Little Dutch girl 
carrviuira goose in her arms. ( 1 19153, 
Aug. 30, 1906.) 6290 

I've got him, Father. Dutch boy carry- 
ing a little squealing pig in his arms. 
(I 19152, Aug. 30, 1906.) 6291 

Paddling her own canoe. Water color 
painting showing a girl in a canoe pad- 
dling. (I 19151, Aug. 30, 1906.) 6292 

1 photo, each Aug. 30, 1906. -^ 

Hopkins ( W. L. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Spanish girl. Young woman in white 
wearing a (juaint white hat, two rows 
of pearls about her neck, white slip- 
pers, etc. (I 19169, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6293 

Ink (H. H.), Canton, Ohio. 

Giraffe head and neck; a model in the 

round ij life size of northern Africa 

species of Giraffe. (I 19043, Aug. 8, 

1906; 1 photo. Aug. 8, 1906.) 6294 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Knight (Jesse E. ) , Blue Can- 
yon, Wash. 
Boomerang. Comic drawing in three 
views, the first of which shows a gen- 
tleman pursued bv imps with a cannon. 
(I 19116, Au^. 23, 1906; 1 blueprint 
photo. Aug. 28, 1906. ) 6295 

Lamoreux (F. P.), Long • 
Beach, Cal. 
Capital and labor, trades and transporta- 
tion, progress and justice. In the cen- 
tre of the drawing (capital and labor are 
shaking hands, while in the background 
appears a factory. (I 19269, Sept. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 10, 1906.) 6296 

Leach (Dixie Washington), 

Raleigh, N. C. 

Flags of the Confederacy; four flags in 

color; red, white & blue, gold cords 

and staffs. ( I 19029, Aug. 14, 1906. ) 

6297 

Lee centennial memorial. A calendar for 
1907, four flags of the Confederacy up- 
holding a miniature in color of Robt. E. 
Lee. (I 19030, Aug. 14, 1906.) 6298 

1 photo, each Aug. 14, 1906. 

Life publishing company. 

New York, N. Y. 

An overworked moon. The world, on 

every spot of which is seen a pair of 

lovers. (I 19159, Sept. 1, 1906; 1 photo. 

Sept. 1, 1906.) 8299 

Love lightens the load. A board walk at 
a seaside place, beach and ocean in the 
background with the usual promenaders 
and bathers. (I 18983, Aug. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Aug. 6, 1906. ) 6300 

Morgan lithograph com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Warm meals at all hours. A sow, lying 
at ease in the shade of some bushes, 
feeding her brood of seven little pigs. 
(I 19271, Sept. 12, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
12,1906.) 6301 

National papier mach^ works, 
Clinton, .Iowa. 
Bull dog — standing. Model in the round 
of an English bull dog, is nearly life 
size, 17 in. to top of head, 26 in. long 
from tip to tip, and 12 in. wide at 
spread of feet. (I 19223, Sept. 7, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 7, 1906.) 6302 

Chinese painter. Figure in the round of 
Chinaman kneeling. In his right hand 
is a painting tool with which he paints 
upon the floor. ( 1 19201, Sent. 6, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 6, 1906.) * 6303 



National papier mach^ works, 
Clinton, Iowa. 
Electrolier. Fairy or sprite. Figure of 
an imaginary being, as a fairy, the 
upper half is modeled in the round, 
from the waist downward, the figure is 
to rest against a round post or column, 
and this part of figure is in relief. (I 
19222, Sept. 7, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 7, 
1906. ) 6304 

North way (William Charles), 
Jefferson, Iowa. 
Arcana enigma. With his uplifted hand 
you see the omnipotence of our creator, 
conjuring before him, the multitudes 
to be weighed in justification of their 
worldly deeds. (I 19121, Aug. 25, 
1906; 1 photo. Aug. 25, 1906.) 5306 

Paris medicine company, St. 
Louis, Mo. 
Caravan (The) Caravan of black peo- 
ple encamped in the foreground; some 
are seated and one camel is lying down. 
(I 19170, Sept. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
4, 1906. ) 6306 

Perkins (Thomas C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Attic and roof plan of cottage. Design of 
roof and attic plan of a two family cot- 
tage 34^ front and 32^ deep with rear 
extension 6^ by 6^, showing two dormer 
windows, one on front and one on side. 
(I 19183, Aug. 15, 1906.) 6307 

First floor plan of a cottage. Drawing is 
a design of a first floor plan of a two 
family cottage 34^ by 32^ and consists of 
five rooms, hall and bathroom, having 
an irregular shaped hall. (1 19184, 
Aug. 15; 1906.) 6308 

Foundation plan of a cottage. Drawing 
is a design of a foundation plan for a 
cottage 34'' by 32'' with small exten- 
sions 10^ 6'' by 6' 6^^ V W' from one 
side line and 19^ ?/' from the other 
side line. (I 19186, Aug. 15, 1906.) 

6309 

Front elevation plan of cottage. Drawing 
is a design of front elevatiorj of a ten 
room two family cottage 34^ front and 
32^ deep, on one side of front is a bay 
window 13^ wide with seven windows. 
(I 19188, Aug. 15, 1906.) 6310 

Second floor plan of cottage. Drawing is 
a design of a second floor plan of a two 
family cottage 34'' by 32'' and consist^ 
of five rooms, hall and bath room, hav- 
ing an irregular shaped hall (1 19185, 
Aug. 15, 1906.) 6311 



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245 



Perkins (Thomas C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
8ide elevation plan of cottage. Drawing 
is design of side elevation of a ten room 
two family cottage M^ by 32'' with a 6^ 
by 6^ extension in the rear, and a W 
veranda in the front, also having a hav 
window. (I 19187, Aug. 15, 1906.) 

5812 
1 photo, each Aug. 15, 1906. 

Roth (Fredk. G. R.), White 
Plains, N. Y. 
Boll. Young Jersey bull standinfi:, the 
left hind leg slightlv advanceo. (I 
19251, Sept. 10, 1906.) 5813 

Lowing calf. Calf tied to a stake by a 
rope from the neck, all four fet»t are on 
the ground, the head is stretched out 
and lifted slightlv to the right (I 
19250, Sept. 10, 1906.) 5814 

1 photo, each Sept. 10, 1906.) 

Strauss (Frank V.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Art Xouveau. Irregular horizontal panel 
having a beautifully ornamented border 
showing swords, an olive branch, & 
beautiful roses in bloom. (1 19238, 
Sept. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 1906.) 

5815 

At the opera. In a heart shaped panel 
the half length seated figure oi two 
beautiful young ladies, in evening cos- 
tume and without hats. ( 1 1 9234, Sept. 
8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 1906.) 5316 

Ballet girl. At one side stands a beauti- 
ful young woman, attired in a black, 
sleeveless gown having a short skirt, and 
cut low at the neck. ( 1 19233, Sept. 8, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 1906. ) 5317 

Chrysanthemum panel. Irregular plain 
panel outlined at either side by a spray 
of chrysanthemums. (I 19231, Sept. 
8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 1906.) 6318 

Colonial girl. Beautiful woman in win- 
ter garments trimmed with white fur. 
Church in background. Earth covered 
with snow. (I 19199, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 6, 1906.) 5319 

Daisies. Three cornered panel orna- 
mented with daisies and a girl's face, 
shown against a background of large 
daisies. (I 19200, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 6, 1906.) 6320 

Dancer. To the left full length figure of 
beautiful young woman attired in a 
stylish black costume, with bodice cut 
low and streamers at the shoulders. 
One arm raised and skirt held up. ( I 
19192, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 6, 
1906.) 6321 



Strauss (Frank V.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
East River, N. Y. Horizontal panel hav- 
ing a conventional lH»rder with a crown 
in the two upf)er corners, in an oval 
panel crosj^ing the design, is seen the 
FAst River, N. Y. (1 19241, Sei)t. 8, 
liHKi; 1 photo. St^pt. 8, 19(Hi. ) 5822 

Egyptian girl. Beautiful young woman 
scantily attirecl, wearing heavy band 
bracelets, and seated on a le<lge hold- 
ing a tambourine. (I 19193, Sept. 6, 
1906; 1 i)hoto. Sept. 6, 1906.) 5828 

Empire panel. Irregular panel showing 
at either side, hanging from the top 
])order an oi)en laurel wreath, with 
bows of riblK)n and streamers. (I 
19229, Sept. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 
1906.) 5324 

Grecian maid. Head in profile view of a 
leautiful young woman with dark hair 
dressed low, and adorned with bands, 
shown in a circular panel. (I 19226, 
Sept. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 1906.) 

5325 

Half-moon. Harl)or scene with ship un- 
der full sail. In background citv with 
high buildings. (1 19197, Sept. 6, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 5326 

Irene. In the upper right hand corner, 
the head, full lace view of a beautiful 
woman with dark hair, which is dressed 
low, and hangs in a braid at either side 
of her face. (I 19227, Sept. 8, 1906; 1 
photo. Sei)t. 8, 1906. ) 5327 

Laurel panel. Irregular plain panel laid 
upon a beautiful laurel branch having 
berries, the centre contains a beautiful 
figure composed of musical instruments. 
(I 19230, Sept. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
8, 1906. ) 6828 

Liberty Bell. Irregular panel in the 
center of which a figure is seen con- 
sisting of a bell with the handle point- 
ing upward upon which is perched an 
eagle with spread wings. (1 19235, 
Sept. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 190(>.) 

5329 

Lyric. Young woman scantily attired. 
Wears white ribbon around her fore- 
head and is playing a Ivre. (1 19195, 
Sept. 6, 1906; Tphoto. Sept. 6, 1906.) 

6330 

Masquerader. In a circular panel the 
head of young woman. She wears 
ornamental head dress and holds a 
mask. (I 19198, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept. 6, 1906.) 6331 



246 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Strauss (Frank V.) & co., 
New York, N. Y. 
Players (The) Irregular square panel, 
at the top of which are shown two cir- 
cular panels, each containing the head 
of a man holding a mask, and an oval 
panel containing the head of a beautiful 
woman. (I 19240, Sept. 8, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 8, 1906.) 6332 

Princess. In an oval panel head of beau- 
tiful woman in side view. Hair adorned 
with diamond tiara and aigrette. ( I 
19196, Sept. 6, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 6, 
1906.) 5333 

Puritan panel. Shows a horizontal panel 
with conventional border, in the center 
of such design is seen a circular plain 
border. (I 19228, Sept. 8, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 8, 1906. ) 6834 

Revellers. Young woman in black cos- 
tume holding up a white flag. Coming 
forward area number of men each hold- 
ing a Japanese lantern. ( 1 19194, Sept. 
6, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 6, 1906.) 6335 

Sculptor (The ) Statue of a seated woman 
in Grecian costume, having on her head 
a wreath of laurel. (I 19236, Sept. 8, 
1906. ) 6336 



Strauss (Frank V.) & co.. 
New York, N. Y. 
Spring blossoms. Against a background 
consisting of a beautiful tree, in blos- 
som, is shown a square panel upon the 
upper left hand comer of whicli is 
seated a voung woman. ( 1 19232, Sept. 
8, 1.906. y 6837 

Unmasked. In a long narrow panel, the 
standing figure of a woman loosely 
draped, and wearing a pleased expres- 
sion, she holds a mask. (1 19237, Sept. 
8, 1906. ) 6338 

Victory. In the upper left hand corner 
of the design is an olive panel having 
for its background holly branches with 
berries, outlined at the side by a sword, 
is shown the head of a woman in pro- 
file. (I 19239, Sept. 8, 1906.) 6339 

1 photo, each Sept. 8, 1906. 

Worshippers. In a horizontal panel bust 
portraits of four young women attired 
in Grecian style; two of them are play- 
ing on instruments. (I 19191, Sept. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 6, 1906.) 6340 

Vorenberg (F. ) & co., Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Our boss; marble figure of a child on a 
pillow. (1 19041, Aug. 7, 1906; 1 photo. 
Aug. 7, 1906.) 6341 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 

Jan. 1, 1906 2,930 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACT OF CONQRESS OF HABCH S, 1891, 
61ST CONQRESS, 2)n> SESSION, CHAP. 665, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 14 

October 4, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

OOVBBNMKin? PBINTINa OFFICII 

1906 



NOV 121906 



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



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with aihalphabet of titlee. 

To saye space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
tiUe. if printed in full, would read« "Copyright by 8. O. Bamum A. son co., Buffalo, N. Y. Class 
F, XXc, no. 45463, Sept. 1. 1906; 2 copies received Sept 1, 1906." 



Bamum (S. O,) & son co., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Bn&ilo and Niagara Falls souvenir play- 
ing cards. (F 45463, Sept. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 1, 1906.) 5848 

Bucknell manufacturing com- 
pany, Portland, Me. 
Drummer's side trips. (F 45642, Sept. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 684S 

Detroit publishine company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Ethan Allen memorial tower, Ethan 
Allen park, Burlington, Vt. 10179. (F 
45579, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6844 

Home of James Russell Lowell, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 6144. (F 45574, Sept. 
14,1906.) 6846 

Johnston gate, Harvard university, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 5191. (F 45573, Sept. 
14, 1906. ) 6846 

Lake Champlain from University grounds, 
Burlington, Vt. 6562. (F 45576, Sept. 
14, 1906. ) 6847 

Massachusetts institute of technology, 
Boston, Mass. 10187. (F 45581, Sept. 
14, 1906. ) 6848 

Mt. Mansfield from University grounds, 
Burlington, Vt. 9568. (F 45578, Sept. 
14, 1906. ) 6849 

Rock Point, Burlington, Vt. 6677. (F 
45577, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6860 

Thoreau and Alcott house, Concord, Mass. 
6156. ( F 45575, Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6861 

Wayside, The home of Hawthorne, Con- 
cord, Mass. 10186. (F 45580, Sept. 
14, 1906. ) 6862 

2 c. each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Dittmeyer (Walter E. ), Har- 
pers Ferry, W. Va. 

Chimney Rock. ( F 45649, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 

6868 



Dittmeyer (Walter E. ), Har- 
pers Ferry, W. Va. 
Driveway leading into town. (F 45662, 
Sept. 15, 1906.) 6864 

Harper's Ferry, W. Va., from Maryland 
Heights. (F 45655, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 

6866 

Herr's Island, Shenandoah river. (F 
45654, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6866 

High street. (F 45664, Sept 15, 1906.) 

6867 

Hill Top house. ( F 45645, Sept 15, 1906. ) 

6868 

Hill top house and Potomac river. (F 
45660, Sept 15, 1906.) 6869 

Jefferson rock. (F 45667, Sept 15, 1906. ) 

6860 

Junction of Potomac and Shenandoah 
rivers — meeting of the states of Md., 
Va., and W. Va. (F 45656, Sept 15, 
1906.) 6861 

Lockwood House. (F 45666, Sept 15, 
1906.) 6862 

Looking down the gap from Jefferson 
rock. (F 45648, Sept. 15, 1906.) 6868 

Looking down the Shenandoah river and 
gap. (F 45644, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6864 

Looking from Bolivar Heights over Boli- 
var and Camp Hill. (F 45651, Sept 
15, 1906. ) 6866 

Looking up the Potomac river from Hill 
Top house. (F 45671, Sept 15, 1906. ) 

6866 

Looking up the Potomac river from 
Maryland Heighte. (F 45647, Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 6867 

Looking up the Shenandoah river from 
Camp hill. (F 45661, Sept 15, 1906.) 

6368 

McDowell house. (F 45669, Sept 15, 
1906.) 6369 

Maryland heights, Potomac river. Island 
Park. (F45643, Sept 15, 1906.) 6370 

247 



248 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Dittmeyer ( Walter E. ) , Har- 
pers Ferry, W. Va. 
Methodist Episcopal church. (F 45657, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6871 

Methodist Protestant church. ( F 45668, 
Sept. 15, 1906.) 5872 

Potomac river from Bolivar Heights. ( F 
45653, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5878 

St. John's Lutheran church. (F 45652, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5874 

St. John's Protestant Episcopal church. 
(F 45658, Sept. 15, 1906.) 5875 

St. Peter's Catholic church. (F 45646, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5876 

Shenandoah street. (F 45665, Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 5877 

Solid rock steps and Catholic church. 
(F 45663, Sept. 15, 1906.) 5878 

Storer college. (F 45659, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 

5879 
Town of Harper's Ferry, Shenandoah 

and Potomac rivers. (F 45670, Sept. 

15, 1906. ) 5880 

View from B. & 0. station. (F 45650, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5881 

2 c. each Sept. 15, 1906. 

Ewart ( Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Allegheny college, Meadville, Pa. 88. 
(F 45542, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5882 

Beaver college, Beaver, Pa. 85. (F 45544, 
Sept. 6, 1906.) 5888 

Bethany college, Lindsborg, Kans. 71. 
(F 45547, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 5884 

Columbia military academy, Columbia, 
Tenn. 30. (F 45554, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

5885 

Fort Worth university. Fort Worth, Tex. 
97. (F 45548, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 5886 

Georgetown university, Washington, 
D. C. 56. (F 45543, Sept. 6, 1906.) 

5887 

Kenyon college, Gambler, Ohio. 74. (F 
45553, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5888 

Leavenworth high school, Leavenworth, 
Kans. 91. (F 45540, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

5889 

Lincoln high school, Lincoln, Nebr. 16. 
(F 45541, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5890 

Louisiana state normal, Natchitoches, La. 
(F 45552, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 5891 

Missouri state normal, Warrensburg, Mo. 
17. (F 45539, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5392 

Nebraska state university, Lincoln, Nebr. 
6. (F 45555, Sept. 6, *1906. ) 5898 

Oklahoma city high school, Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 90. (F 45556, Sept. 6, 
1906. ) 5894 

Omaha high school, Omaha, Nebr. 37. 
(F 45546, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5895 



Ewart ( Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Park collie, Parkville, Mo. 67. (F 
45557, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 5896 

Purdue university, Lafayette, Ind. 48. 
(F 45550, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5897 

Technical high 8cho<»l, Washington, D. C 
57. (F 45545, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5898 

University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. 
13. (F 45538, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5399 

University of Mississippi, Oxford, Miss. 
9. (F 45551, Sept. 6, 1906.) 5400 

University of New York, New York City, 
N. Y. 49. (F 45549, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 

5401 

2 c each Sept. 6, 1906. 

Friend (Herve), Hollywood, 
Cal. 
Rocky Point, Redondo, Cal. no. 20-24. 
(F 45465-45469, Aug. 27, 1906.) 

5402-5406 

Sea study, Ocean Park, Cal. no. 25. (F 

45470, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5407 

Yosemite valley series. Bridal Veil Falls, 
no. 31. (F 45476, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5408 

Cathedral spires, no. 40. (F 45484, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5409 

El Capitan. no. 29. ( F 45474, Aug. 

27, 1906.) 5410 

From Artist. S. Point, no. 38. (F 

45482, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5411 

Gates of the valley, no. 36. (F 

45480, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5412 

Half Dome, Clouds Rest, Washing- 
ton Column, North Dome, Royal Arches, 
no. 33. (F 45477, Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

5418 

Merced river, no. 26. (F 45471, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5414 

Nevada Falls, no. 39. (F 45483, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5415 

Study on Wawona trail, no. 28. 

(F 45473, Aug. 27, 1906.) 5416 

The sentinel, no. 41. (F 45485, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5417 

Three Brothers, no. 34. ( F 45478, 

Aug. 27, 1906.) 6418 

Three Graces, no. 37. (F 45481, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5419 

Vernal Falls, no. 30. (F 45475, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5420 

view on Wawona trail, no. 27. 

(F 45472, Aug. 27, 1906.) 5421 

Yosemite Falls, no. 35. (F 45479, 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 5422 

2 c. each Aug. 27, 1906. 

Gustin (E. W.) & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
Gossips. (F 45672, Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 18, 1906. ) 5428 



ENGBAVINUS, OUTS \ND PRINTS 



249 



McCann (Gerald E.), Den- 
ver, Colo. 
St. Paul in a nut shell. (F 45165, Sept. 
1, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 6424 

Manzi, Jovant & oo., Paris 
and New York. 
Saint Georges. (F 45641, Sept. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 18, 1906. ) 5486 

Matthews (Kate), Pewee 
Valley, Ky. 
little colonel series: Betty. 4. (F45686, 
Sept. 19, 1906. ) 6426 

Mom Beck. 6. (F 45688, Sept. 19, 

1906.) 6427 

the little colonel and others. 3. 

(F 45685, Sept. 19, 1906.) 6488 

the little colonel and Rob Moore. 

At the measuring tree. ( F 45683, Sept. 
19, 1906. ) 6429 

2ceachSept. 19, 1906. 

the little colonePs home, "Locust.** 

2. (F 45684, Sept. 19, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 
16, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 19, 1906.) 6480 

two little knights of Kentucky. 5. 

(F 45687, Sept. 19, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 19, 
1906. ) 6481 

Mitchell (Jno. J.) company, 
New York, N. Y. 
American fashions. Supplement the Sar- 
torial art journal. Sept., 1906. A. 
and B. (F 44233-44234, July 31, 1906; 
2 c. each Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6432-6488 

New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N. J. 
Bears, The Bubble, Bmg. (F 45500, 
Sept 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 

6484 

Dream of the Rarebit fiend. Sept. 13, 

1906. (F 45559, Sept. 14, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 14, 1906.) 6486 

He meant well — But — Little Sister — your 
beau is coming. (F 45558, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 6488 

Fa Puddinhead. Late again for dinner. 
(F 45680. Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 18. 
1906. ) 6487 

— Let's see what did the Deacon tell 
me. (F 46503, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 6488 

Sept. 12, 1906. (F 45560, Sept. 14, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906. ) • 6489 

Pilgrim's progress. Sept. 11, 1906. (F 

45501, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1906. ) 6440 

Ventriloquial vag. Sept. 10, 1906. (F 

45502, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 
1906. ) 6441 

• — Sept. 17, 1906. (F 45681, Sept. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1906.) 6442 



New York ht»rald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Feminine fancies. Sept. 16, 1906. (F 
45521, Sept. 13, 1906; 2c. Sept. 14,1906.) 

6448 

New York times, New York, 

N. Y. 

Some impressions of the passing show. 

Sept. 9, 1906. ( F 45504, Sept. 12, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 11, 1906.) 6444 

Petrtyl (August), Chicago 

Education. (F 45582, Sept. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 6446 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
Prodigal son. ll'-' by 9^'^ (F 46486, 
Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 

6446 

St. Joseph's home printing 
company, Peoria, 111. 
View of Peoria in 1832. (F 45689, 
Sept. 19, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1906.) 

6447 

Stiles (Charles L.), Colum- 
bus, Ohio, 
deal Berkshire boar. (F 45605, Sept. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6448 

deal Berkshire group. (F 45604, Sept. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6449 

deal Berkshire sow. (F 45606, Sept. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6460 

deal buff cochin bantams. (F 46723, 
Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1906.) 

6461 
deal Buff Cochin trio. (F 45611, ^-'ept. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6462 

deal buff Plymouth rocks. (F 45724, 
Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1906.) 

6468 

deal Chester White boar. (F 45600, 
Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept 15, 1906.) 

6464 
deal Chester White sow. (F 45599, 
Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 

6466 

deal Duroc Jersey boar. ( F 46602, Sept. 

16, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6466 

deal Duroc Jersey group. (F 45601, 
Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 

6467 
deal Duroc Jersey sow. ( F 45603, Sept. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6468 

deal Poland China boar. (F 45608, 
Sept. 16, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1906. ) 

6469 
deal Poland China group. (F 46607, 
Sept. 16, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 

6460 
deal Poland China sow. ( F 45609, Sept. 

16, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 16, 1906. ) 6461 



250 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Stiles (Charles L.), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 
Ideal rose comb brown l^horn. (F 

45721, Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1906.) 6462 

Ideal rose comb Rhode Island reds. (F 
45720, Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1906.) 5468 

Ideal silver penciled wyandottes. (F 

45722, Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1906. ) 6464 

Ideal single comb brown leghorns. (F 
45719, Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1906. ) 6466 

Ideal single comb buff Orpingtons. (F 
45613, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 5466 

Ideal single comb Rhode Island reds. 
(F 45614, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 6467 



Stiles (Charles L.), Colum- 
bus, Ohio. 
Ideal single comb white Leghorns. (F 
45612, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 6468 

Ideal white Wyandottes. ( F 45610, Sept. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6469 

Venable (Emerson), Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. 
Poeta of Ohio. (F 45462, Sept. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 22, 1906. ) 6471 

20 century aerial navigation 
company (Limited), Port- 
land, Me. 
Aerial motor. (F 44903, Aug. 8, 1906; 
2 c. July 30, 1906. ) 647S 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 

of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 7,608 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



Arranged alphmbetically by propiieton with subftlpbabet of tlUeB. 

To MTe space the copyrijrht notice after each title 1< abbroTlated. Thna the notioe after the flntt 
title, if printed in full, would read: ** Copyright by Oonrier company of Builalo, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Claas G, XXc, no. 13975, Sept. 6, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 7, 1906.^' 



Courier oompany of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Artist festival. (G 13975, Sept. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 7, 1906. ) 5478 

Day at Niagara Falls. (G 13986, Sept. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6474 

In the language of Kid Bums. ( G 13996, 
Sept. 14, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 5476 

Gallagher (W. H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Every body works but the Fly-cop. (G 
13988, Sept. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 
1906.) 5476 

Her Easter bonnet. (G 13992, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 6477 

If drinking whiskey. (G 13989, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 6478 

Is that really so. (G 13995, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 6479 

Isn't that awful. (G 13994, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6480 

Lord and master. (G 13987, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 5481 

Not my hat. (G 13990, Sept. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 20, 1906. ) 5488 



Gallagher (W. H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Rehearsing evening concert. (G 13991, 
Sept. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

6488 
Uncomfortably overdressed. (G 13993, 
Sept. 14, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 20, 1906.) 

5484 

United States lithograph 

company, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

Eighteen female figures, no. 9783. (G 

13980, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 

1906. ) 5485 

Ensemble, no. 9389. (G 13976, Sept. 
8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1906. ) 5486 

Scene in railroad station, no. 9974. (G 
13979, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 
1906. ) 6487 

Spanish dancers, no. 9773. (G 13978, 
Sept. 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 

6488 

I Stop! no. 9826. (G 13977, Sept. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 10, 1906. ) 6489 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 2,077 



251 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arranffed alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of tltlei. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in rail, would read: '* Copyright by Edward Johan Anderson, Minneapolis, Minn. 
aasB H, XXc, no. 82557, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 19, 1906." 



Anderson (Edward Johan), 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Jb^esport i Stavanger. 1512. (H 82557, 
Sept 4, 1906. ) M90 

-firesport, Stavanger. 1532. (H 82577, 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 6491 

Darner i National draft venter paa Kon- 
geparet, Haugesnnd. 1518. (H 82563, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 5498 

Den folkekjsBre Kronprins Olaf. 1516. 
(H 82561, Sept. 4, 1906.) 6498 

Flekkefjord, Norge. 1501. (H 82546, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6494 

Flekkefjord under Konge be80get. 1526. 
(H 82571, Sept. 4, 1906.) 6496 

Haraldsgaden, Haugesund. 1539. (H 
82584, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6496 

Haugesund, Norge. 1533. (H 82578, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6497 

Haugesund under Konge be60get. 1511. 
(H 82556, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6498 

Haugesunds Kirke. 1524. (H 82569, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6499 

Herald Haarfagres, Norges Fgrste Konge, 
Grav. 1509. ( H 82554, Sept. 4 1906. ) 

6600 

Kong Haakon og Dronning Maud be80ger 
Heraed HaaHagres Grav. 1508. (H 
82553, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6601 

Kongebes0get i Stavanger. 1513. (H 
82558, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6602 

KoDgefamilien i Flekkefjord. 1506. (H 
82551, Sept. 4, 1906.) 6608 

Kongegaden, Larvik. 1535. (H 82580, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6604 

Kongens gade, Tonsberg. 1538. (H 
82583, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6605 

Kongeparet gaar iland i Flekkefjord. 
1540. (H 82585, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6606 

Kongeparet i Haugesend. 1504. (H 
82549. Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6607 

Kongeparet i Haugesund. 1520. (H 
82565, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6608 

Kongeparet i T0nsberg. 1530. (H 
82575, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6609 

Konseparets afreise fra T0nsberg. 1522. 
(H 82567, Sept. 4, 1906.) 6610 



Anderson (Edward Johan), 
Minneapolis, Minn. 
Kongeparets Ankomst til Christiansund, 
Norge. 1505. (H 82550, Sept. 4, 
1906.) 6611 

Kongeparets Ankomst til Larvik, Norge. 
1502. (H 82547, Sept 4, 1906.) 6618 

Kongeparets Ankomst til T0n8berg. 
1510. (H82555, Sept 4, 1906.) 6618 

Kongeparets Modtagelse, Christiansund. 
1527. (H 82572, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6614 

Kronprins Olaf i Christiansund. 1537. 
(H 82582, Sept 4, 1906.) 6616 

Larvik, Norge. 1517. (H 82562, Sept. 
4, 1906.) 6616 

Mandal, Norge. 1525. (H 82570, Sept 
4,1906.) 6617 

M0llegaden, T0nsberg. 1521. (H 82566, 
Sept 4, 1906.) 6618 

Mellegaden, T0nsberg. 1523. (H 82568, 
Sept 4, 1906.) 6619 

Parti fra Haugesund. 1534. (H 82579, 
Sept 4, 1906. ) 6620 

S8eterdalb0nder i Nationaldragt. 1503. 
(H 82548, Sept 4, 1906. ) 6621 

S8eterd0linger, Norge. 1531. (H 82576, 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 6622 

Stabur paa Bygd0. 1529. (H 82574, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6628 

Store Langgaden, T0n8berg. 1507. (H 
82552, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6624 

Strandgaden, Hagsund. 1528. (H 82573, 
Sept. 4, 1906. ) 6626 

T0nsberg, Norge. 1514. ( H 82559, Sept 
4, 1906.) 6626 

T0nsberg, Norge 1519. (H 82564, Sept 
4, 1906. ) 6527 

Torvet i Haugesund under Kongebes0get. 
1515. (H 82560, Sept 4, 1906.) 5628 

2 c. each Sept 19, 1906. 

Berwick store company, 
(Limited), Berwick, Pa. 

Residence of F. H. Eaton, Berwick, Pa. 
(H 82752, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6629 

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254 



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Berwick store company, 
(Limited), Berwick, Pa. 
Site of proposed bridge at Berwick, Pa. 
no. 1-2. (H 82760-82751, Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 5580-5681 

2 c. each Sept. 7, 1906. 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Country club grounds, Charleston, S. C. 
8287. (F 45636, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 5582 

Gratiot Light, Ste. Claire river. 5642. 
(F 45634, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 5588 

Lashed to a rage, its fury finds full sway. 
(H 82792, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 5584 

Like phantom forms along the beach. 
(H 82793, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 5585 

Port Huron, Mich. 7137. (F 45635, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

5586 

Portrait of a gentleman. ( H 82897, Sept. 
19, 1906. ) 5587 

St. Dominic. (H 82899, Sept. 19, 1906.) 

5588 
Storm. (H82896, Sept. 19, 1906.) 5589 

View on the Seine. (H 82898, Sept. 19, 
1906. 5540 

2 c. each Sept. 19, 1906. 

Green (J. E.), Chester, Pa. 

Birds eye view of Chester. Looking down 

the river. (H 82528, Sept. 4, 1906.) 

5541 

Birds eye view of Chester. Looking 
north. (H 82529, Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

5542 
2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. ) 

Haas (C. P.), Fremont, 
Ohio. 
Fort Stephenson park, Fremont, Ohio. 
(H 82796, Sept. 15, 1906.) 5548 

Old Betsy: Fort Stephenson park, Fre- 
mont, Ohio. (H 82795, Sept. 15.) 

5544 

Salute, Fort Stephenson park, Fremont, 
Ohio. (H 82794, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5546 

2c.eachSept. 15, 1906.) 

Hastings (T. K.), Flatbush, 
N. Y. 
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Kay on their Indian 
tricar. (H 82895, Sept. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1906. ) 5646 

Hentz (George C), San 
Francisco, Cal. 
Majestic theatre after the fire and earth- 
quake, San Francisco, Cal. Apr. 18, 
1906. (H 82726, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
July 19, 1906. ) 5647 



Huey & Laws, Nome, 
Alaska. 
Eskimo wedding, no. 132. (Small 
faces.) (H 82773, Sept. 13, 1906.) 

5548 

Eskimo wedding, no. 133. T Large 
faces.) (H 82774, Sept. 13, 1906.) 

5549 
2 c. each July 17, 1906. 

Jackson (W. B.), Marble- 
head I^ass 
Eastern yacht club. 2434. (H 82799, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5550 

Eastern yacht club. 2436. (H 82805, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5551 

' Fleet running home from race, Sept. 3, 
1906. 2440. (H82802, Sept. 15, 1906.) 

5551» 

Second leg to windward, Caramba lead- 
ing, Sept. 5, 1906. 2438. (H 82801, 
Sept. 15, 1906.) 5558 

Start third race for Roosevelt cup, Sept. 
6, 1906. 2444. (H 82804, Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 5554 

Start third race for Roosevelt cup. Sept, 
6, 1906. 2445. (H 82797, Sept. 15, 
1906.) 5555 

Vim winning second race for Roosevelt 
cup, Sept. 5, 1906. 2435. (H 82803, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 5556 

Vim, winning third race, Sept. 6, 1906. 
2443. (H82800, Sept. 15, 1906.) 5567 

Wannsee winnfng fourth race, Sept. 6, 
1906. 2448. (H82798,Sept. 15, 1906.) 

566a 
2 c. each Sept. 15, 1906. 

Jamestown official photograph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Administration bldg, Jamestown exposi- 
tion, no. 556. (H 82744, Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 5569 

BoUingbrook house, Petersburg, Va. no. 

548. (H 82741, Sept. 13, 1906.) 6660 

Breastworks at Seven Pines, no. 545. 
( H 82746, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6561 

Crater (The), Petersburg, Va. no. 551. 
(H 82747, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6662 

Crater (The), Petersburg, Va. no. 562. 
(H 82734, Sept. 13, 1906.) 6688 

Eastern shore chapel. Princess Anne co., 
Va. no. 584. (H 82731, Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 6564 

Golden Ball tavern, Petersburg, Va. no. 
554. ( H 82740, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6665 

Hospital at Seven Pines, no. 543. (H 
82742, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6666 

Lee's headquarters, Petersburg, Va. no. 

549. (H 82738, Sept. 13. 1906.) 6667 

Monticello Hotel, Norfolk, Va. no. 552. 
(H 82743, Sept. 13, 1906.) 6668 



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255 



Jamestown official photosmph 
corporation, Noriolk, Va. 
National cemetery, Seven Pines, no. 544. 
(H 82732, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5669 

National cemetery, Seven Pines, no. 646. 
(H 82737, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5570 

Public library, Norfolk, Va. no. 666. 
(H 82748, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5571 

St. Sepulchre's church, London, no. 
577. (H82749, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5578 

Tomb of Jefferson Davis and Winnie 
Davis, Richmond, Va. no. 547. (H 
82733, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5578 

Tomb of President Monroe, Richmond, 
Va. no. 555. (H 82739, Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 5574 

Tomb of President Tyler, Richmond, Va. 
no. 550. ( H 82735, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 5575 

Torpedo boat, Norfolk, Navy Yard. no. 
553. (H 82745, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5576 

U. S. S. Arkansas, no. 563. (H 82736, 
Sept. 13, 1906.) 5577 

2 c. each Sept. 13, 1906. 

Johnson (Joseph J.), Day- 
ton, Ohio. 
Plant of the National cash register com- 
pany and surroundings, Dayton, Ohio. 
Plate no. 1. (H 82883. Sept. 19, 1906; 
1 c. Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 19, 1906. ) 

5578 

Jones (L. M.) photo, com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. 
Unveiling McKinlej^ memorial. (H 
82882, Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 
1906. ) 5579 

Loeffler (A.), Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
U. S. S. Indiana, no. 1143. (H 82764, 
Sept. 14, 1906.) 5580 

TJ. S. S. Louisiana, no. 1140. (H 82761, 
. Sept. 14,1906.) 5581 

TJ. S. S. New Jersey, no. 1142. (H 
82763, Sept. 14, 1906.) 5582 

U. S. S. Rhode Island, no. 1141. (H 
82762, Sept. 14, 1906. ) 5588 

U. S. S. Virginia, no. 1139. (H 82760, 
Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6584 

2 c. each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Long (Harry C. ), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Mike. ( H 82705, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
12, 1906.) 6686 

Loomis (F. A.), Emporia, 

Milkweed pods. (H* 82819, Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 6686 

Ranchman's daughter. (H 82817, Sept. 
17, 1906.) 6687 



Loomis (F. A.)., Emporia, 
Kans. 
Sentinels at turn of the road. (H 82818, 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 5588 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

McCormick (J. A.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Freaks of the farm. The adopted daugh- 
ter, no. 1-2. (H 82754-82755, Sept. 
13, 1906. ) 5589-5590 

Freaks of the farm. The adopted son. 
(H 82753, Sept. 13, 1906.) 5591 

2 c. each Sept. 13, 1906. 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Balfe (Harry) 3. (Panel.) (H 82822, 
Sept 17, 1906. ) 5592 

De Beck (A.M.) 2. (Panel) (H 82821, 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 5598 

Hughes (Charles E.) 1. (Panel) (H 
82820, Sept. 17, 1906. ) 5594 

Keane (Archbishop John) 4, 5, 6, 7 and 
8 ( H 82823-82827, Sept. 17, 1906. ) 

5595-5599 
2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Miller (A. E. W.), Pulaski, 
Va. 
First Presbyterian church, Pulaski, Vir- 
ginia. (H82891,Sept. 19, 1906.) 5600 

John Brown's fort. Harper's Ferry, West 
Virginia, as it appeared in 1882. (H 
82890, Sept. 19, 1906.) 5601 

Maple shade inn, summer, 1906. (H 
82889, Sept. 19, 1906.) 5603 

2 c. each Sept. 20, 1906. 

Neagle ( John ) , Plainfield, 
N. J. 
Central railroad station, Plainfield, N. J. 
(H 82888, Sept. 19, 1906.) 5603 

Hyde wood Hall, Plainfield, N. J. no. 1. 
(H 82885, Sept. 19, 1606.) 6604 

no 2. (H 82886, Sept. 19, 1906.) 

6606 

Hydewood Lodge, Plainfield, N. J. (H 

82887, Sept. 19, 1906. ) 6606 

2 c. each Sept. 19, 1906. 

Nichols (A. M.), Harwich, 
IMsfis 
Imaginary Cape Cod. (H 82709, Sept. 
12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 6607 

Oxford & Dillhoff, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Herman Raub, king of the Conev Island 
Mardi Gras. 24121. (H 82816, Sept. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 6608 

24122. (H 82877, Sept. 18, 1906.) 

6609 

24123. (H 82878, Sept. 18, 1906.) 

6610 



256 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTBIE8 



Oxford & Dillhoff, Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 
Herman Raub, king of the Coney Island 
Mardi Gras. 24124. (H 82879, Sept. 
18,1906.) 5611 

24125. (H 82880, Sept. 18, 1906.) 

6612 
2 c. each Sept. 18, 1906. 

Purdy (James Edward), 
Boston, Mass. 

MacLane (Miss Mary), no. 1-4. (H 
82775-82778, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. each 
Sept. 15, 1906.) 5618-6616 

Schloss (Jacob), New York, 
N. Y. 

Richard, no. 1. (H 82759, Sept. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 14,1906.) 5617 



Slater ( Frederick E. ) , Water- 
town, N. Y. 
Barefoot (The) boy. ( H 82757, Sept. 14, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 1906.) 5618 

Storck (Ferd. ), Butler, N. J. 
Town Hall and park, Butler, N. J. (H 
82704, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906. ) 

5619 
Vitagraph company of Amer- 
ica, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Indian's revenge; or, Osceola, the last of 
theSeminoles. (H 82756, Sept. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 14, 1906. ) 5620 

Woodfield (Frank), Astoria, 
Oreg. 
Point Adams life crew in surf, Colum- 
bia river. (H 82884, Sept. 19,1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 19, 1906.) 5821 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 12,777 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Onder this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for cop3rright of paintings, drawings, statuarr, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of we fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors, with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. ThuH, the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, wonld read: "Copyright by Bong & co., verlagshaus. Berlin, Germany. 
Class I, XXc, no. 19289, Sept. 14, 1906; 1 photograph received to complete copyright Sept. 14, 1906," 



I 



Bong & CO., Verlagshaus, 
Berlin, Germany. 
Beethoven. Drawing by W. Les Amdt; 
full front view to the waist, he wears a 
heavy dark coat with white vest and 
fichu, and high stock collar. (1 19289, 
Sept 14, 1906. ) 6622 

Wagner. Drawing by W. Les Amdt; 
full front view to the waist, he wears a 
coat with wide lapels, white vest and 
black tie. (I 19290, Sept 14, 1906. ) 

5628 
1 photo, each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Capehart (Mrs. Fanny), 
Washington, D. C. 
Equestrian statue of Gen. McClellan. On 
Dorseback, the attitude of the horse 
shows that he has been abruptly 
checked, the General is represented as 
gazing at some distant object. ( 1 19224, 
Sept. 7, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 7, 1906.) 

6624 

Gordon (Bemhard), Hugo, 
Ind. T. 
Houston (Gen. Sam. ) Portrait in oil, 40 
by 50 inches. Seated in a chair with 
his blanket on back of chair, reading 
the Texas state gazette. (1 19225, Sept. 
8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 8, 1906.) 6626 

Harper & brothers, New 
York, N. Y. 
First apparition: Macbeth! Macbeth 
beware of Macduff. Drawing by Ed- 
win A. Abbey. Three witches dancing 
around male figure, in foreground an 
armed head rising. (I 19293, Sept. 14, 
1906. ) 6626 

Lady Macbeth: A kind good night to all. 
Drawing by Edwin A. Abbey. Fe- 
male figure sitting, crown on head, left 
hand outstretch^ holding a goblet. 
(I 19292, Sept 14, 1906.) 6627 

Macbeth and Lady Macbeth. Lady 
Macbeth: Infirm of purpose! Give me 
the dagger. Painting by Edwin A. 
Abbey. Two figures male and female, 
standing at archway or opening of wall, 
the male figure has two daggers. (I 
19294, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6628 



Harper & brothers, New 
York, N. Y. 
Macbeth: There's blood upon thy face. 
Drawing by Edwin A. Abbey. Men 
sitting at banauet, queen on the further 
side of table, aogs on the floor, outside 
of door, a group of men. (1 19291, 
Sept 14, 1906. ) 662» 

1 photo, each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Hurd, Wheeler company, 
Detroit, Mich. 

Birds eye view of Detroit, Mich., 1818. 
Wash drawing in birds eye perspective 
made from historical data, representing 
the city in 1818, it being enclosed 
within a stockade, which also encloses 
the fort (1 19220, Sept 7, 1906.) 

6680 

Birds eye view of Detroit, Mich., 1906. 
Wash drawing in birds-eye perspective 
of the principal business section of the 
city 01 Detroit, showing the river in 
the foreground, upon which shipping 
is represented. (I 19221, Sept. 7, 
1906.) 6631 

Section — Birds-eye view of Detroit Mich. , 
1906. Birds eye perspective of tne main 
business section, corresponding in area 
to what comprised the entire city in 
1818. (I 19219, Sept 7, 1906.) 6682 
1 photo, each Sept 7, 1906. 

Johnson (Harriette E.) Au- 
burn, N. Y. 

Drawbridge. An old landmark, a draw- 
bridge situated at Cayuga, New York. 
The bridge is a shed-like structure span- 
ning a canal. (I 19047, Aug. 17, 1906; 
1 photo. Aug. 17, 1906.) 6638 

Life publishing company. 
New York, N. Y. 

Forsaken. Showing the waves breaking 
on a beach and a little Cupid being 
washed ashore, away off on the horizon 
are two sail boats. (I 19249, Sept. 8, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept 8, 1906.) 6634 

257 



258 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



McKinley Dational memo- 
rial association, Can- 
ton, Ohio. 
Detail of sarcophagi in McKinley national 
memorial at Canton, 0. Two sar- 
cophagi of green polished granite rest- 
ing on a socle of biack polished granite, 
and surmounted by a low parapet of 
Knoxyille marble. (1 19273, Sept. 12, 
1906. ) 5686 

Details of interior marble work in the 
McKinley national memorial at Canton, 
O. Comprising i)lans, elevations and 
sections and detail of columns, shows 
portion of circular domed room lined 
with Knoxville marble. (I 19274, 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 5686 

Details of ornament in McKinley national 
memorial at Canton, O. Palm branch 
and wreath flankine a panel containing 
an inscription of dedication. (1 19275, 
Sept 12, 1906. ) 5687 

Details of tool houses in Plaza, McKinley 
national memorial at Canton, Ohio. 
Two square buildings 10'' 8'^ by lO' 8^^ 
by 14^ 2^^ bigh» of granite having door- 
ways in one face of each, and small 
windows in opposite sides. (I 19272, 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 5688 

Front elevation, section and plans of the 
McKinley national memorial at Can- 
ton, O. Circular building, sur- 
mounted by a circular panelled drum 
and dome of granite, with an interior of 
Knoxville marble and stucco. (I 
19276, Sept. 12, 1906. ) 5689 

1 photo, each Sept. 12, 1906. 

Oakley (Violet), United 
States. 
Man arrested while preaching, by an of- 
ficer of the law in armor. (I 19252, 
Sept. 10, 1906. ) 5640 

Man seated at table in prison cell writing. 
(I 19253, Sept. 10, 1906.) 5641 

Penn being driven from home by his 
father, with his dog following him. (I 
19254, Sept. 10, 1906. ) 5642 



Oakley (Violet), United 
States. 
Penn beinff examined by the Lieutenajit 
of the Tower of London, and is con- 
demned to imprisonment, around hiin 
is a body of men with one seated at a 
table writing. (1 19255, Sept. 10, 1906. ) 

5648 

Penn preaching to a number of people at 

Oxford under a tree. (I 19256, Sept. 

10, 1906. ) 5644 

1 photo, each Sept. 10, 1906. 

Ottmann (J.) lithographing 
company. New York, 
N. Y. 
Birdseye view of Jamestown exposition. 
View of the Jamestown exhibition 
grounds and surrounding country; in 
the extreme lower left hand side is a 
tongue of land called the spits. (I 
19242, Sept. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 8, 
1906.) 5645 

Pope (William Frederick), 
Boston, Mass. 
Bas-relief portrait of Mary Baker G. 
Eddy. Circular bas-relief showins 
profilp view, with inscription around 
the edge of circle Mary Baker G. Eddy, 
Pastor Emeritus The First Church of 
Christ, Scientist. (I 19218, Sept. 7, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 7, 1906.) 5646 

Stower (Willy), Tegel b. 
Berlin, Germany. 
Kampf zwischen Meteor und Bouvet yor 
Havanna am 9. November 1870. A 
battle between Meteor and the Bouvet. 
The Meteor at the left has had her 
mizzen mast shot away while the Boa- 
vet somewhat in the ^background has 
also been badly damaged. (I 18821, 
July 26, 1906; 1 photo. July 26, 1906.) 

5647 

Wilson (Frederick), Briar- 
cliffe Manor, N. Y. 
Argonauts (The). Oil painting in color, 
snowing Ulysses and the sirens, Ulys- 
ses is bound to the mast of a boat, he 
and all his companions are looking in 
the direction of the sirens. (I 19277, 
Sept. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 13, 1906.) 

5648 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 8,957 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE ACT OF C0N0RE8S OF HABCH t, 1891, 
KlSI CONGRESS, 2HI> SESSION, CHAP. 665, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER 1906 

ITo. 15 

October 11, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

QOVEBNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreTiated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Lambert Alpigini, Philadelphia, Pa. Class F| 
XXc, no. 46616, Sept. 12, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 17, 1906." 



Alpigini (Lambert), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Garibaldi (G. ) (F 45616, Sept. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 17,1906.) 5649 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Dolly's breakfast. (F 45562, Sept. 14, 
1906. ) 5660 

Memories of a rose. (F 45561, Sept. 14, 
1906.) 5651 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Baker (J. C), Chicago, 111. 
Barrel (A) of apples and a moathftd of 
teeth, no. 4. (F 45910, Sept. 28,1906.) 

5652 

Crown (The) question, no. 2. (F 45908, 

Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5653 

CJrowns that fit. no. 6. (F 45912, Sept. 
28, 1906. ) 5654 

Did you not notice that the merriest 
Christmas laughter came from mouths 
with the best teeth? no. 13b. (F 
45921, Sept. 28, 1906.) 5655 

Dont go it blindly, no. 3. (F 45909, 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5656 

Froits of experience, no. 1. (F 45907, 
Sept. 28, 1 906. ) 5657 

Get ready for Christmas, no. 10. (F 
45916, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5658 

Get ready for Thanksgiving, no. 7. (F 
45913, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5659 

How can you be thankful if you have 
bad teeth, no. 8. (F 45914, Sept. 28, 
1906. ) 5660 

If the Thanksgiving goodies start a jump- 
ing toothache, no. 9. (F 45915, Sept. 
28, 1906.) 5661 

It's all right for Jack o' Lanterns, no. 5. 
(F 45911, Sept. 28, 1906.) 5662 

Let the light of wisdom guide you. no. 
11. (F 45917, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5668 



Baker (J. C), Chicago, 111. 
Merriest people in town tomorrow, no. 
13a, ( F 45920, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5664 

Santa's a wise codger, no. 12. ( F 45918, 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5665 

Wishes, no. 13. (F 45919, Sept. 28, 
1906. ) 5666 

With Christmas past. no. 13c. (F 45922, 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5667 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Beale (J. M.), Guyandotte, 
W. Va. 
Suspension bridge over Guyandotte river, 
W. Va. , built 1854. ( F 44729, Aug. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Sept 4, 1906.) 5668 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
At the ford. 9 by 7. ( F 45829, Sept. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 5669 

Autumn days. 11 by 5. (F 45827, Sept. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 5670 

Camp fire (The) 8 by 6. (F 45830, 
Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 5671 

Cow boy life. 8 by 6. (F 45831, Sept. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 5672 

First lesson. 3i x 4^. (F 45619, Sept. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 5678 

First lesson. 8 x 10. (F 45620, Sept. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 5674 

General Washington presenting the 
Count de Rochambeau at Mt. Vernon. 
14 by 10. (F 45834, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept 24, 1906. ) 5676 

In the shade of the old apple tree. 11 by 5. 
(F 45828, Sept. 24, 1906.) 5676 

Spring in the Berkshires. 11 by 7 J. (F 
45833, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 5677 

Woodland pasture. 3 J by 4}. ( F 45832, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 5678 

2 c. each Sept. 24, 1906. 

259 



260 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Care (John G.), Irvona, Pa. 
Bridge over the old portage railroad at 
the foot of plane #6. (F 45587, Sept. 
15, 1906. ) 6679 

Cresson Springs brewery, Creeson, Pa. 
(F 45584, Sept. 15, 1906.) 5680 

Mount Aloysius Academy Cresson, Pa. 
(F 45590, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6681 

Offices of the C & C. Div. P. R. R. Cres- 
son, Pa. (F 45588, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 

6682 

Plane #6 of the Old Portage railroad. ( F 
45586, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6688 

Round house of C. & C. div. P. R. R. 
Cresson, Pa. ( F 45585, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 

6684 

Webster Hill, Cresson, Pa. (F 45589, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6686 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 

Devare (Elizabeth Petersen 

Pr.), New York, N. Y. 

Mystery of the Bible. Sarah, Mother to 

Isaac, representing 5th cardinal point 

in Bible history. (F 45714, Sept. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 1906.) 6686 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Bethany college, Topeka, Kans. 117. 
(F 45844, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6687 

Bry n Ma wr college, Bry n Mawr, Pa. 1 14. 
(F 45847, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6688 

Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colo. 
99. (F 45848, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
24, 1906.) 6689 

Colorado university, Boulder, Colo. 25. 
(F 45531, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 6690 

Columbia university. New York City,N. Y. 
103. (F 45801, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
22, 1906.) 6691 

Earlham college, Richmond, Ind. 76. 
(F 45846, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6692 

De Pauw university, Greencastle, Ind. 

82. (F 45535, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1906.) 6698 

East Denver high school, Denver, Colo. 
92. (F 45529," Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1906.) 6694 

Franklin & Marshall college, Lancaster, 
Pa. 69. (F 45523, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 30, 1906. ) 6696 

Georgetown college, Georgetown, Ky. 

83. (F 45530, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1906.) 6696 

Illinois state normal university, Normal, 
Ills. 20. (F 45526, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 30, 1906. ) 6697 



Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Illinois state university, XJrbana, 111. 15. 
(F 45532, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 6698 

Nebraska state normal school, Peru, 
Nebr. 50. (F 45802, Sept. 22, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6699 

Topeka high school, Topeka, Kans. 12. 
(F 45527, Aug. ^0, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1906. ) 6700 

University of Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. 
27. (F 45528, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1906. ) 6701 

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 4. ( F 45533, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 30, 1906.) 6702 

University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 
Minn. 14. (F 45799, Sept. 22, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6708 

University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo. 

1. (F 45536, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1906.) 6704 

University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon. 
42. (F 45804, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
22, 1906.) 6705 

University of South Dakota, Vei:milion, 
S. Dak. 34. (F 45524, Aug. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 5706 

University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 
Tenn. 52. (F 45537, Aug. 30, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 30, 1906. ) 5707 

University of Vermont, Burlington, Vt. 
36. (F 45803, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
22, 1906.) 5708 

University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wis. 

2. (F 45534, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 
30, 1906.) 5709 

University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyo. 
19. (F 45800, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 22, 1906. ) 5710 

Vassar college, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 54. 
(F 45845, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6711 

Ward seminary, Nashville, Tenn. 29. 
(F 45525, Aug. 30, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 30, 
1906.) 5713 

Hallberg (Chas. E. ), Austin, 

Return of the fishing fleet. (F 45639, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1906. ) 5718 

• 

Henrich (H. Crockett), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Big horse poster. (F 45637, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906.) 6714 

Hloward (Geo. E.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Pocahontas. (F 45632, Sept. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 6715 



EW0KAVIK08, CUTS, AND PRIKT8 



261 



McDoagall (Walt), Atlantic 
aty, N. J. 
Mr. Makepeace, he encounters one of a 
new species. ( F 45629, Sept. 17, 1906. ) 

5716 

he goes oat without his ear-tnunpet 

(F 45631, Sept. 17, 1906.) 6717 

meets a dumb and too friendly 

friend. (F 45630, Sept. 17, 1906.) 

6718 
2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

MacGerald (Willis) & oo., 
Chicago, 111. 
Can't budge him. (F 45488, Sept 12, 
1906.) 6719 

Come back! Oh, come back! (F 45487, 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 6720 

Satisfaction ahead. (F 45489, Sept. 12, 
1906. ) 6721 

Som^ething worth hearing. (F 45490, 
Sept. 12, 1906. ) 6722 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Moebius (£.) , Camden, N. J. 
New county court house, Camden, N. J. 
( From Federal street ) ( F 45905, Sept. 
28, 1906.) 6728 

(From Market street) (F 45906, 

Sept 28, 1906. ) 6724 

2 c. each Sept 28, 1906. 

Mungovan (John F.), Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Souvenir of the forest. (F 44725, Aug. 
15, 1906.) 6726 

Souvenir of the woods. (F 44726, Aug. 
15, 1906. ) 6726 

2 c. each Sept 27, 1906. 

Newman (J.) & sons, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Standing creHcent & star, design no. 314. 
(F 45748, Sept 21, 1906; 2 c. Sept 21, 
1906.) 6727 

Osborne company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Flemish village; going to school. (F 
45867, Sept 25, 1906.) 6728 

jumping the rope. (F 45865, Sept. 

25,1906.) 6729 

Sunday morning. (F 45866, Sept. 

25, 1906.) 6780 

wash day gossip. (F 45868, Sept 

25, 1906.) 6781 

2 c. each Sept 25, 1906. 

Outcault, Crewdson & co., 
Chicago, 111. 
Baby carriage. 20. (F 45808, Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6782 

Bathroom (The). 19. (F 45807, Sept. 
24, 1906.) 6738 

Bedroom (The). 13. (F 45823, Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6784 



Ontcaalt Crewdson & oo., 

ChicM^, 111. 

Carpets. 26. (F 45810, Sept 24, 1906.) 

6786 

Christmas presents. 7. (F 45817, Sept 
24, 1906.) 6786 

Comfort 5. (F 45815, Sept 24, 1906.) 

6787 

Cozy comer. 15. (F 45825, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6788 

Hall (The). 2. (F 45812, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6789 

Kitchen (The). 10. (F 45820, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6740 

Kitchen things. 17. ( F 45805, Sept 24, 
1906.) 6741 

Laundry (The). 11. (F 45821, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6742 

Little housemaid. 1. (F 45811, Sept 24, 
1906.) 6748 

Manners. 6. ( F 45816, Sept 24, 1906. ) 

6744 

New chair. 16. (F 45826, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6746 

New dishes. 18. (F 45806, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6746 

Nice parlor. 4. (F 45814, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6747 

Nice table. 3. (F 45813, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6748 

Pleased. 14. (F 45824, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6749 

Rocker (A). 12. (F 45822, Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6760 

Rugs. 21. (F 45809, Sept 24, 1906.) 

6761 

Sweeping. 8. ( F 45818, Sept 24, 1906. ) 

6762 

Tumbling. 9. (F 45819, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6768 
2 c. each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Ringer (Nathan J.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
On the train. (F 45747, Sept 21, 1906.) 

6764 

You can walk on me and step on me, but 
upon my soul I have a feeling for you. 
(F 45734, Aug. 29, 1906.) 6786 

2 c. each Sept 21, 1906. 

Schmidt (Arthur P.), Bos- 
ton Alass. 
Novelties, 1906. (F 45464, Sept. 7, 1906; 
2 c. Sept 12, 1906. ) 6766 

Scott (Edgar T.), Amherst, 
Mass. 
Cooley Dickinson hospital, Northampton, 
Mass. (F 42786, June 4, 1906. ) 6767 



262 



OATALOaUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Scott (Edgar T.), Amherst, 
Mass. 
Gymnasium, Smith college, Northamp- 
ton, Mass. (F 43038, June 12, 1906.) 

6758 
2 c. each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Sheahan (M. T.) , Brookline, 

Be grateful. (F 45693,' Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

6759 
Be kind. (F 45695, Sept. 20, 1906.) 6760 

Be patient. (F 45694, Sept. 20, 1906.) 

5761 

Be thankful. (F 45699, Sept. 20, 1906.) 

6762 

Brother! Brother! (F 45702, Sept. 20, 
1906. ) 5768 

But once. (F 45707, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

5764 
Cheer up. (F 45698, Sept. 20, 1906.) 

5766 
Do it now. (F 45697, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

6766 
Don't worry. (F 45696, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

5767 
Every one has the best chance in the 
• world. (F 45704, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 5768 

Happy ( A ) man or woman is a better thing 
to find. (F 45691, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

5769 

House blessing. (F 45701, Sept. 20, 
1906.) ^5770 

How dear to me the hour. (F 45705, 
Sept. 20, 1906.) 6771 

Is life so dear or peace so sweet. (F 
45713, Sept. 20, 1906.) 6772 

Keep cool. ( F 45700, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

6778 
Kindness. (F 45711, Sept. 20, 1906.) 

5774 

Let us be content. (F 45710, Sept. 20, 

1906. ) 5776 

Love is not getting. (F 45703, Sept. 20, 
1906.) 6776 

Love suffereth long. (F 45712, Sept. 20, 
1906. ) 6777 

One may live without books. (F 45708, 
Sept. 20, 1906.) 5778 

Pass it on. (F 45709, Sept. 20, 1906.) 

6779 
Talk does the promising. ( F 45692, Sept. 
■ 20, 1906.) 6780 

Words. (F 45706, Sept. 20, 1906.) 5781 

2 c. each Sept. 20, 1906. 

Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 

Family cares by Alice Mar. (F 45508, 
Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6782 

Girl and Boston terrier. April May 
June. (F 45203, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 5788 



Stokes (Frederick A.) com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Girl and romerania. October, November, 
December. (F 45204, Sept. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 5784 

Girl and St. Bernard. January Febru- 
ary March. (F 45202, Sept. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 16, 1906. ) 5785 

Girl of the East. January, February, 
March. (F 45200, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 5786 

Girl of the West. July, August Septem- 
ber. (F 45201, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
17, 1906.) 5787 

Little (A) mother, by Alice Mar. (F 

45509, Sept 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept, 22, 
1906. ) 5788 

Little (A) warrior, by Alice Mar. (F 
45511, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1906.) 5789 

Picture (The) writer, by Alice Mar. (F 

45510, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1906.) 5790 

When we're together at luncheon. Janu- 
ary February March. (F 45205, Sept. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 5791 

fishing April May June. (F 45206, 

Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

5792 

in a storm July August September. 

(F 45207, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906. ) 5798 

shooting October November De- 



cember. (F 45208, Sept 4, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept 17, 1906.) 5794 

Taber-Prang art company, 
Springfield, Mass. 
Along the canal, no. 4460 (F 42218, 
May 16, 1906.) 5795 

At the mill. no. 4462. (F 42220, May 
16, 1906.) 5796 

Cross-roads, no. 4461. (F 42219, May 
16, 1906.) 5797 

Long Island homestead, no. 4432. (F 
42223, May 16, 1906. ) 6798 

Manchester by the sea. no. 4431. (F 
42222, May 16, 1906. ) 6799 

November, no. 4434. ( F 42225, May 16, 
1906.) 6800 

Old (The) birches, no. 4437. (F 42214, 
May 16, 1906.) 5801 

Old haunts, no. 4438. (F 42215, May 
16, 1906. ) 5802 

Pasture (The) brook, no. 4467. (F 
42221, May 16, 1906.) 5808 

Rural (The) homestead, no. 4458. (F 

42216, May 16, 1906. ) 5804 

Sunny (The) South. no. 4459. (F 

42217, May 16, 1906. ) 6805 



ENOBA VINOS, CUTS, AND PBINT8 



268 



Taber-Prang art company, 
Sprinfffield, Maas. 
Valley of the Brandywine. no. 4483. 
(F 42224, May 16, 1906. ) 5806 

2 c. each May 17, 1906. 

Thoroman ( Albert Clayton), 
Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Striking girl and a flaming heart. (F 
45638, Sept. 8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1906. ) 

6807 

Turner (Horace K.) com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
Antomedon with the horses of Achilles. 
(F 45873, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 8808 

Autumn gold. ( F 45875, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 

8809 

By the riverside. (F 45872, Sept. 25, 
1906. ) 8810 

Caritas. (F 45871, Sept 25, 1906.) 5811 

Dance of the nymphs. (F 45880, Sept. 
25, 1906. ) 5818 

Fog warning. (F 45870, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 

5818 



Turner (Horace K.) com- 
pany, Boston, Maes. 
Pilgrims going to church. (F 45869, 
Sept. 25, 1906. ) 5814 

Pot of Basil. (F 45874, Sept 25, 1906.) 

5815 

Shepherd's star. (F 45879, Sept 25, 

1906.) 5818 

Spirit of '76. (F 45877, Sept 25, 1906.) 

5817 

Song of the Urk. (F 45878, Sept 25, 

1906.) 5818 

Two lovers. (F 45876, Sept 25, 1906.) 

5819 
2 c. each Sept 25, 1906. 

Wolff (Charles), Hoboken, 
N.J. 
Church square park, Hoboken, N. J. 
4152. (F 45860, Aug. 25, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept 1,1906.) 5880 

Wright (Charles H.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Sports & amusements. Automobiling. 
no. 1. (F 45924, Sept 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept 28, 1906.) 5881 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 7,781 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Mrs. E. C. De Windt, Atlantic City, N. J. 
Class 6, XXc, no. 14008, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 8, 1906." 



De Windt .(Jfr«. E. C), At- 
lantic City, N. J. 
Should owl acquaintance be foi^t. (G 
14008, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 8, 1906. ) 

6882 

Pepper comnany, Peabody, 

Maes. 

Mrs. Spencer, 1823. Who did make ye 

first Gibralter. (G 14014, Sept. 19, 

1906; 1 c. Sept 12, 1906; 1 c. Sept 13, 

1906. 5888 

Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
Abraham pleading for Sodom. 2| x 3. 
(G 14067, Sept 28, 1906.) 5884 

Abram called to be a blessing. 2| x 3. 
(G 14064, Sept 28, 1906.) 5885 

Easter lessons. 2| x 3. (G 14071, Sept 
28, 1906.) 5886 

God the Creator. 2^x3. (G 14059, Sept 
28, 1906. ) 5887 



Providence lithograph com- 
pany. Providence, R. I. 
God's covenant with Abram. 2f x 3. 
(G 14066, Sept 28, 1906.) 5888 

Isaac a lover of peace. 2|x3. (G 
14068, Sept 28, 1906.) 5889 

Jacob and Esau. 2fx3. (G 14069, Sept 
28, 1906.) 5880 

Lot's choice. 2Jx3. (G 14065, Sept 
28, 1906. ) 5881 

Man made in the image of God. 2| x 3. 
(G 14060, Sept 28, 1906. ) 5888 

Man's sin and God's promise. 2| x 3. 
(G 14061, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 5888 

Noah saved in the ark. 2| x 3. (G 
14063, Sept 28, 1906. ) 5884 

Story of Cain and Abel. 2^x3. (G 
14062, Sept 28, 1906.) 5885 

Woes of drunkenness. 2^x3. (G 14070, 
Sept 28, 1906. ) 5836 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 



Kmnber of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 8,098 



265 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 



Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalpbabet of titlen. 

To save space the capyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by American stereoHOopic company, New York, 
N. Y. Class H, XXc, no. 79061, June 7, 1906; 2 copies received June 7, 1906. 



American stereoscopic com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 

A. 91369. (H 79051, June 7, 1906.) 

5887 
A. 91460. (H 79052, June 7, 1906.) 

6888 
A. 91458. (H 79063, June 7, 1906. ) 

6889 
A. 91461. (H 79054, June 7, 1906.) 

6840 
A. 9l474. (H 79056, June 7, 1906.) 

6841 
A. 91528. (H 79056, June 7, 1906. ) 

6842 
A. 91533. (H 79058, June 7, 1906.) 

6848 
2 c. each June 7, 1906. 

Baron (T.), San Francisco, 
Cal. 
Lords of San Francisco. (H 82908, Sept. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1906.) 6844 

Bicknell manufacturing com- 
pany, Portland, Me. 
Dells (The). 3173. (H 82829, Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 6846 

Meadow stream. 3179. H 82832, Sept. 
17, 1906. ) 6846 

Pair of small but snappy birches. 3159. 
(H 82833, Sept. 17, 1906.) 6847 

Pine falls. 3177. ( H 82834, Sept. 17, 
1906.) 6848 

River's source. 3175. (H 82830, Sept. 
17, 1906.) 6849 

Tree shadows. 3157. (H 82828, Sept. 
17,1906.) 6860 

Woodland cascade. 3176. (H 82831, 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6861 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Bond (George W. ), Chicago, 
111. 
Rattlesnake swallowing gopher. (H 
83011, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 2f, 
1906.) 6862 

Bordeaux ( David J. ) , Spring- 
field, Mass. 
Cliffs (The), Eggemoggin, Me. ( H 83276, 
Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6863 



Bordeaux ( David J. ), Spring- 
field Mass. 
Cottages, Eggemos^n, Me. (H 83275, 
Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6864 

Georgianna, Eggemoggin, Me. ( H 83274, 
Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6866 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 

Burke (Frank P.), Chicago, 
111. 
White Sox. (H 82909, Sept. 20, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 20, 1906. ) 6866 

Candee (Ella Brady), Onon- 
daga Valley, N. Y. 
All in. (H 83008, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6867 

She is coming. ( H 83007, Sept. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6868 

String ( A ) of rubies. ( H 82954, Sept. 22, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906.) 6869 

Chickering ( Elmer), Boston, 
Mass. 
Root (C. A.) Head & shoulders. 14 by 
17. no. 1. (H 82766, Sept. 14, 1906.) 

6860 

i figure. 14 by 17. no. 2. (H 



82767, Sept. 14, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1906. ) 6861 

Cleaves (Charles H.), Rock- 
port, Mass. 
Fleet of warships in Sandv Bay harbor 
from White warf. (H' 82963, Sept. 
22, 1906.) 5862 

U. S. S. Indiana. (H 82960, Sept. 22, 
1906. ) 6863 

Kentucky. (H 82961, Sept. 22, 

1906. ) 6864 

Maine. (H 82962, Sept. 22, 1906.) 

6866 
2 c. each Sept. 22, 1906. 

Cottrell (C. B. ) & sons com- 
pany, Stonington, Conn. 
Italian flower girl. (H 82929, Sept. 21, 
1906. ) 5866 

Italian peasant girl. (H 82928, Sept. 21, 
1906.) 5867 



2 c. each Sept. 21, 1906. 



267 



268 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Curtis (Asahel), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Into the great unknown . ( H 82866, Sept. 
18, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1906. ) 5868 

Daugherty (W. W.), Mil- 
ford, Del. 
Harrington High school, Harrington, 
Del. (H 82772, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6869 

Methodist Episcopal church, Harrington, 
Del. (H 82768, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6870 

P. B. & W. R. R. station, Harrington, 
Del. (H 82769, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6871 

Wenier ave., Harrington, Del. no. 1-2. 
(H 82770-82771, Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6872 

2 c. each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Davis & Eickemeyer, New 
York, N. Y. 
Study head. (H 83013, Sept. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Seivt. 24, 1906. ) 6873 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Asbestos mine, eastern section, Grand 
canyon, Ariz. (H 83035, Sept. 24. 
1906.) 6874 

western section, Grand canyon, 

Ariz. ( H 83036, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6876 

BulPs Head, Gros Ventre, Fort Belknap 
reservation, Mont. (H 83049, Sept. 
24, 1906. ) 6876 

Christopher Columbus. (H 83042, Sept. 
24, 1906.) 6877 

2 c. each Sept. 24. 1906. 

Glenwood hotel, Riverside, Cal. (H 
82791, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 6878 

Gros Ventre camp, Fort Belknap reser- 
vation, Mont. (H 83050, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6879 

Holy family. (H 83043, Sept. :i4, 1906.) 

6880 
Horse Boy and Boy Chief, Assinaboines, 

Fort Belknap reservation, Montana. 

(H 83037, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6881 

In strange seas. (H 83041, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6882 

Indian pony race, Fort Belknap reserva- 
tion, Mont. (H 83040, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6883 
Lachrymae. (H 83045, Sept. 24, 1906.) 

6884 
Lame Chicken, Assinaboine, Fort Belk- 
nap reservation, Mont. (H 83046, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6886 

Landscape. (H 83044, Sept. 24, 1906.) 

6886 
2 c. each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Launch of S. S. W. E. Fitzgerald. (H 
828b5, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 6887 



Detroit publishin^^ company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Nosey, medicine man of the Assinaboines, 
Fort Belknap reservation, Mont (H 
83047, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6888 

Paul Horse Capture and Dan Sleeping^ 
Bear, Gros Ventre, Fort Belknap reser- 
vation, Mont. (H 83051, Sept. 24^ 
1906. ) 688» 

Rustler (Judge George), Assinaboine^ 
Fort Belknap reservation, Montana. 
(H 83038, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6890 

Social Chat, Fort Belknap reservation, 
Montana. (H 83039, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6891 

Two Boys, leader of the fool dance, As^ 
siniboines. Fort Belknap reservation, 
Mont. (H 83048, Sept. 24,1906.) 6892 

2 c. each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Ender (Delia), Tampa, Fla. 
Birds eye view of Tampa (looking north 
east. ) ( H 82390, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

« 6898 

(looking north west) (H 82391, 

Aug. 29, 1906. ) 6894 

(looking south east.) (H 823S9, 

Aug. 29, 1906.) 689ft 

2 c. each Aug. 20, 1906. 

Epler & Babcock, Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. 
Brackett (Senator Edgar T.), Saratoga 
Springs, N. Y. (H 82808, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 29, 1906.) 6896 

Etchison (Wm. P.), Frederick, 
Md. 
Modern Madonna. (H 82956, Sept. 22» 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906.) 6897 

Falk, New York, N. Y. 
No. 1 of bottle bearing elephant (H 

82901, Sept 20, 1906.) 6898 

No. 2 of bottle bearing elephant. (H 

82902, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 6899 

2 c. each Sept 21, 1906. 

Gillen (Robert F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Clown riding elephant, ballet dancers 
and lady performing on horse. (H 
82728, Sept. 13, 1906. ) 6900 

JPerforming horses, acrobats ballet 
dancers. (H 82729, Sept 13, 1906.) 

6901 
2 c. each Sept. 13, 1906. 

Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
After the return from the ascent. Cloud 
Cap Inn, Mt Hood, Oregon. 11331. 
( H 82977, Sept 22, 1906. ) 6908 

Among the clouds on Mt Hood, Oregon. 
11340. (H 82968, Sept 22, 1906.) 6908 



PHOTOGBAFH8 



269 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Ascending Mt. Hood, Oregon. 11327. 
(H 82981, Sept. 22, 1906.) 5904 

Barking huge logs in the Cascade Mts. 
Oregon. 11304. (H 83003, Sept 22, 
1906. ) 5906 

Building a railroad in the Cascade moun- 
tains, Oregon. 11308. ( H 82999, Sept. 
22, 1906. ) 5906 

Cutting and threshing wheat in Oregon. 
11315. ( H 82992, Sept 22, 1906. ) 5907 

Cutting timher in the Cascade Mts. 
Oregon. 11303. (H 83004, Sept 22, 
1906. ) 5908 

Difficulties of mountain climhing, Elliot 
glacier, Oregon. 11333. (H 82975, 
Sept 22, 1906.) 5909 

Drawing great seine, Columbia river sal- 
mon fisheries, Oregon. 11317. (H 
82990, Sept 22, 1906.) 5010 

Fallen monarchs of the Cascade Mts., 
Oregon. 11306. (H 83001, Sept 22, 
1906.) 5911 

Forest monster ready for the mill. Cas- 
cade Mts., Oregon. 11305. (H 83002, 
Sept 22, 1906.) 5912 

Full harvest in the fields of Oregon. 
11316 (H 82991, Sept 22, 1906. ) 5918 

Gathering salmon from the seine, Colum- 
bia river, Oregon. 11318. (H 82989, 
Sept 22, 1906.) 5914 

Great crevasses and walls of ice, Elliot 
glacier, Mt. Hood, Oregon. 11335. 
(H 82973, Sept 22, 1906. ) 5915 

Great ice boulders on Elliot glacier, Mt. 
Hood. Oregon. 11338. (H 82970, 
Sept 22, 1906.) 5916 

Harvesting in the great northwest, Ore- 
gon. 11312. (H 82995, Sept 22, 1906.) 

5917 

Harvesting scene in the great wheat 
fields, Manitoba Canada. 11314. (H 
82993, Sept 22, 1906.) 5918 

Hood river station, starting for Mt. Hood, 
Oregon. 11325. (H 82983, Sept 22, 
1906. ) 5919 

Interior great Columbia river salmon 
canner)', Oregon. 11323. (H 82984, 
Sept 22, 1906.) 5920 

Last pull to the summit of snow-capped 
Mt Hood. 11339. (H 82969, Sept. 
22,1906.) 5921 

Load of salmon ready for the cannery, 
Columbia river, Oregon. 11319. (H 
82988, Sept. 22, 1906.) 6922 

Logging train in heart of the Cascade 
Mts. Oregon. 11302. (H 83005, Sept. 
22, 1906.) 6023 



Griffith A Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Looking into a great crevasse on Elliot 
glacier, Mt Hood, Oregon. 11336. 
( H 82972, Sept. 22, 1906. ) 5924 

Looking southwest from Chronicle bldg. 
San Francisco, Cal. 80. (H 82966, 
Sept 22, 1906. ) 5925 

Looking towards Telegraph Hill from 
Chronicle bldg. San Francisco, Cal. 
79. ( H 82967, Sept 22, 1906. ) 5029 

Lumber carried in through 60 miles to 
railroad station, Oregon. 11309. (H 
82998, Sept. 22, 1906. ) 5927 

Mt. Hamilton and Lick observatory, Cal. 
84. (H 82965, Sept. 22, 1906.) 5928 

Mt Hoo<l among the clouds, 11,225 ft. 
Oregon. 11329. (H 82979, Sept 22, 
1906.) 5929 

Mt Hood, 11225 ft, from Cloud Cap inn, 
Oregon. 11330. (H 82978, Sept 22, 
1906. ) 9580 

Mountains of ice, impassable crevasses, 
Elliot, Mt Hood, Oregon. 11334. (H 
82974, Sept 22, 1906.) 5981 

On the barren slopes of Mt Hood, 11225 
ft, Oregon. 11328. (H 82980, Sept 
22, 1906. ) 5932 

Picking strawberries in Hood river val- 
lev, Mt Hood in distance, Oregon. 
11326. (H 82982, Sept 22, 1906.) 

6938 

Quartz mill, Oregon. 11310. (H 82997, 
Sept. 22, 1906. ) 5984 

Resting on the slopes of Mt. Hood, Ore- 
gon. 11332. (H 82976, Sept 22, 
1906. ) 5935 

Salmon fisherman, mending their nets, 
Columbia river, Oregon. 11320. (H 
82987, Sept 22, 1906. ) 5986 

Salmon weighing from 20 to 60 pounds, 
Columbia river cannery, Oregon. 
11321. (H 82986, Sept 22, 1906.) 

5937 

Scaling the salmon, Columbia river can- 
nery, Oregon. 11322. (H 82985, Sept. 
22,1906.) 6938 

Scene on Howard st. San Francisco, Cal. 
148. (H 82964, Sept 22, 1906.) 6939 

Snow-clad slopes of Mt. Hood, Oregon. 
11337. (H 82971, Sept 22, 1906.) 

6940 

Typical forest scene in the Cascade mts., 
Oregon. 11307. (H 83000, Sept 22, 
1906. ) 6941 

26 horse power harvester at work, Mani- 
toba, Canada. 11313. (H 82994, Sept 
22, 1906.) 5942 

Oregon. 11311. (H 82996, Sept 22, 

1906.) 5943 

2 c. each Sept 22, 1906. 



270 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYKIGHT ENTRIES 



Gutmann & Gutmann, New 
York N. Y. 
Her sole support. '(H 82931, Sept. 21, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1906.) 6944 

Hammer (William J.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Scientific hand. ( H 82806, Sept. 14, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 4, 1906.) 5946 

Hammett (A. Fred.), Mai- 

Day dream. (H 83064, Sept. 25, 1906.) 

6946 

In a goldenrod field. (H 83065, Sept. 

25, 1906. ) 6947 

2 c. each Sept. 25, 1906. 

Hare (Mrs. Alice), Santa 
Clara, Gal. 
Cottage (A) Santa Clara, California. (H 
82952, Sept. 21, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1906. ) 6948 

Harrington (Ormus L.), Lo- 
gansport, Ind. 
Landis ( Frederick ) . ( H 83009, Sept. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1906.) 6949 

Hill (H. E.), Fort Pierce, 
Fla. 
Branch coral magnified. (H 82942, Sept. 
21, 1906. ) 6960 

one half natural size. (H 82941, 

Sept. 21, 1906. ) 6961 

reduced, (ia 82943, Sept. 21, 1906. ) 

6962 

Finger coral. (H 82944, Sept. 21, 1906.) 

6963 

Knob coral. (H 82937, Sept. 21, 1906. ) 

6964 



magnified. (H 82938, Sept. 21, 

1906.) 6966 

Labyrinth coral. (H 82945, Sept. 21, 
1906. ) 6966 

Leaf coral. (H 82933, Sept. 21, 1906.) 

6967 

magnified. ( H 82934, Sept. 21 , 1906. ) 

6968 

Rose coral. (H 82939, Sept. 21, 1906. ) 

6969 

magnified. (H 82940, Sept. 21,1906.) 

6960 

Star coral. (H 82935, Sept. 21, 1906.) 

6961 

magnified. (H 82936, Sept. 21, 

1906. ) 6962 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1906. 

Huston (S. C), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Bronze doors at main entrance Pennsyl- 
vania state capitol. ( H 83022, Sept. 24, 
1006. ) 6963 

Dome at night, Pennsylvania state capi- 
tol. (H 83021, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6964 



Huston (8. C), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
East bay of rotunda, Pennsylvania state 
capitol. (H 83027, Sept. 24, 1906.) 

6965 

East end of governor's reception room, 

Pennsylvania state capitol. (H 83031, 

Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6960 

Entrance to Lieutenant governor's suite, 
Pennsylvania state capitol. (H 83028, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 696T 

Entresol door in rotunda, Pennsylvania 
state capitol. (H 83029, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 696» 

Front view Pennsylvania state capitol. 
(H 83019, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6969 

Grand stairway and north corridor from 
entrance to south corridor, Pennsylva- 
nia state capitol. (H 83025, Sept. 24,. 
1906. ) 6970 

Grand stairway from entrance hall, Penn- 
sylvania state capitol. ( H 83023, Sept. 
24,1906.) 6971 

House of representatives toward visitors' 
gallery, Pennsylvania state capitol. 
(H 83032, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 697S 

North bay of rotunda, Pennsylvania state- 
capitol. (H 83026, Sept. 24, 1906.) 

6973 

Sculptured group, main entrance, Penn- 
sylvania state capitol. (H 83024, Sept. 
24, 1906. ) 6974 

Senate chamber toward speaker's desk, 
Pennsylvania stat^ capitol. (H 83034, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 597S 

toward visitor's gallery, Pennsyl- 
vania state capitol. ( H 83033, Sept. 24,. 
1906.) 6976 

South corridor, Pennsylvania state capi- 
tol. (H 83030, Sept. 24, 1906. 697r 

View from N. W. corner of capitol park, 
Pennsylvania state capitol. (H 83020,, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6978 

2 c. each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Jamestown official photograph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Battersea house, Petersburg, Va. 592. 
(H 82871, Sept. 18, 1906.) 6979- 

Blandford church, interior view. 590. 
(H 82873, Sept. 18, 1906.) 6980 

Petersburg, Va. 591. (H 82869,. 

Sept. 18, 1906.) 6981 

Boiling vault, Petersburg, Va. 587. (H 
82870, Sept. 18, 1906. ) 6982 

Old Indian trading station, Petersburg, 
Va. 588. (H 82872, Sept. 18, 1906.) 

6983 

View of Granby street, Norfolk, Va. 
571. (H 82874, Sept. 18, 1906.) 6984. 



PHOTOOBAPHS 



271 



Jamestown official photograph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
View of Main street, Norfolk, Va. 572. 
(H 82875, Sept. 18, 1906. ) 6986 

2 e. each Sept. 18, 1906. 

Jennings (John T.), Nuan- 
gola, Pa. 
Evening; Nnangola lake. (H 83074, Sept 
25, 1906. ) 6986 

Moonlight; Nuangola lake. (H 83075, 
Sept. 25, 1906.) 6987 

2 c. each Sept. 8, 1906. 

Key worth (Elizabeth A.), 
Baltimore, Md. 
Tomb of Rinehart, sculptor, Greenmoant 
cemetery, Baltimore. ( H 82900, Sept. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 6, 1906.) 6988 

Laboratory of medical pho- 
tography. New York, 
N. Y. 
M— 94884; M— 94885; M— 94888. (H 
83061-83063, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. each 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6989 

Lawrence (Geo. R.) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
American league, White Sox base ball 
team. (H 82959, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 22, 1906.) 6990 

Leusch (George), Michigan 
City, Ind. 
Whole family at Michigan City and 
everybody happv. (fl 83006, Sept. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6991 

Le Valley (Burt J.), Lock- 
port, N. Y. 
Birdseye view of Lockport locks. (H 
82727, Sept. 13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 6998 

Lightfoot {Mrs. R. N.), 
Shorter, Ala. 
King Cotton. (H 82907, Sept. 20, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 20, 1906. ) 6993 

Locke (Fred M.), Victor, 
N. Y. 
Cloud effect looking east over Byrne cot- 
tage and barn from Overheaa bridge. 

19. (H 82906, Sept. 20, 1906.) 6994 

from Overhead bridge. 18. (H 

82904, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 6996 

Cloud effect * ' Major. ' ' ( H 82905 , Sept. 

20, 1906. ) 6996 

"Thunder." (H 82903. Sept. 20, 

1906. ) 6997 

2 c. each Sept. 20, 1906. 

McDowell (Edward B.), 
Chicago, 111. 
Foggy morning on the Pacific. (H 
82932, Sept. 21, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1906.) 6998 



Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York N. Y. 
Hughes {Mr. Charles £.) (Panel) 1. 
(U 82910, Sept 18, 1906.) 6999 

2. (H 82911, Sept 18, 1906.) 6000 

3. (H 82912, Sept 18, 1906. ) 6001 

2 c. each Sept. 18, 1906. 

Muller (Enrique), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
Bird's eye view of navy yard. New York, 
no. 806. (H 81369, July 28. 1906. ) 

6008 

U. S. S. Louisiana, no. 807. (H 82606, 
Sept 5, 1906.) 6008 

with three boats alongside. 812. 

( H 82916, Sept 20, 1906.) 6004 

U. S. S. Maryland. Side view. 809. (H 

82913, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 6006 

New Jersey, no. 808. (H 82607, 

Sept 5, 1906.) 6006 

Pennsylvania. At Newport, with 

cloud effect and steam launch along- 
side. 811. (H 82915, Sept 20, 1906. ) 

6007 

Puritan. Side view. 810. (H 

82914, Sept 20, 1906.) 6008 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1906. 

No well (Frank H.), Nome, 
Alflfika 
Amundsen (Captain) (bust). (H 82923, 
Sept 20, 1906. ) 6009 

(sitting). (H 82924, Sept 20, 1906.) 

6010 

and his crew on ship Gj0a, Nome, 

Sept 1, 1906.) (H 82918, Sept 20, 
1906.) 6011 

arrives in Nome August 31, 1906, on 



his ship Gj0a. (H 82927, Sept 20, 
1906. ) 6012 

Deck of Capt. Amundsen's ship Gj0a, 
Nome, Sept 1, 1906. (H 82921, Sept 
20, 1906.) 6013 

Hansen ( Lieut. ) (bust ) ( H 82925, Sept. 
20, 1906.) 6014 

(sitting) (H 82926, Sept. 20, 1906. ) 

6015 

Two year old miner who needs the 
money. 5172. (H 82922, Sept 20, 
1906. ) 6016 

Visitors aboard Capt Amundsen's ship 
Gj0a, Nome, Alaska. Sept. 1, 1906. 
5163. (H 82919, Sept 20, 1906.) 6017 

5167. (H 82920, Sept. 20, 1906.) 

6018 
2 c. each Sept. 20, 1906. 

Richardson (Harry T.), 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Sky line Norfolk, Va. (H 83081, Sept 
26, 1906; 2 c. Sept 6, 1906.) 6019 



272 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Rotoffraph company, New 
Vork,N Y; 
Best wishes for a Happy New Year, 1907. 
B 1721. (H 83257, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6020 

Happy New Year. B 1722. (H 83242, 
Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6021 

Happy New Year, 1907. B 1740. (H 
83264, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6022 

B 1741. (H 83250, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6023 

B 1742. (H 83251, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6024 

B 1743. (H 83252, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6025 

Merry Xmas. B 1728. (H 83247, Sept. 
29, 1906. ) 6026 

B 1729. (H 83249, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6027 
B 1738. (H 83248, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6028 
B 1745. (H 83244, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6029 
B 1746. (H 83246, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6080 
B 1747. (H 83245, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6081 
B 1748. (H 83255, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6082 
B 1749. (H 83243, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6088 

We wish you a Happy New Year. B 

1723. (H83256, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6084 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 

Shank (Harry R), Peters- 
burg, W. Va. 
Smiths' falls near Petersburg, W. Va. 
(H 82807, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. -Sept. 17, 
1906.) 6085 

Sheldon (S. L.), Ithaca, 
N. Y. 
View of Cornell campus from Sage tower. 
(H 82526, Sept. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 14, 
1906. ) 6086 

Smith (John Lincoln), 2^es- 
ville, Ohio. 
Brown (Gen. Robert Burns) commander- 
in-chief G. A. R. 11 X 14. (H 82811, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

6087 

Timby (M. Fillmore), Frank- 
lin, Va. 
Aught-to-go ox cart. (H 83012, Sept. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6088 

Townsend (Chas. F.), Des 

Moines, Iowa. 

Dubs. (H 83098, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6089 

Marguerite. (H 83097, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6040 
Schooldays. (H 83096, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

2 c. each Sept. 26, 1906. 6041 



Tyler (Frederick W.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Caruso. A, B, C & D.' (H 82812-82816 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906.) 

6048 

Vitagraph company of 

America, New York, 

N. Y. 

Automobile thieves. (H 82958, Sept. 

22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6048 

Warren (A. H.), East 
Orange, N. J. 
Champion Rodney Merlin. (H 82724, 
Sept. 12, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906.) 

6044 

Waterman (C. E.), Junction 

City, Kans. 

Birds eye view of Fort Riley and camp 

of instruction. (H 82947, Sept. 21, 

1906. ) 6046 

9th battalion field artillery. (H 82948, 
Sept. 21, 1906. ) 6046 

11th. U. S. F. A. (H 82949, Sept. 21, 
1906. ) 6047 

field artillery (siege) on the firing 



Hue. (H 82946, Sept. 21, 1906.) 6048 

16th F. A. (H 82950, Sept. 21. 1906.) 

6049 

29th F. A. crossing the pontoon bridge 
at Fort Riley, Kansas. (H 82951, 
Sept. 21, 1906.) 
2 c. each Sept. 21, 1906. 6060 

White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Beautiful Sangre de Cristo range, as seen 
from train on D. <fe R. G. Ky., Colo- 
rado, U. S. A. 12432. ( H 82486, Aug. 
31, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 31, 1906.) 6061 

Climbing Mt. grades, trains approaching 
glacier and Roger's Pass, C. P. Ry. 
Selkirk Mts., Can. 9547. (H 82282, 
Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 1906.) 

6062 

Constant she is as the stars above, soul 
and heart joyous with her love. 5114. 
(H 82280, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 23, 
1906. ) 6063 

Descending the Cascade locks, on the vast 
Columbia river, Oregon U. S. A. 
12551. (H 82283, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 23, 1906.) 6064 

Herons by a lotus pond, in lovely Japan. 
4016. (H 82279, Aug. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Aug. 23, 1906.) 6066 

Mt. Balfour and the great Yoho vallev, 
B. C, Canada. 9508. (H 82281, Aug. 
24, 1906; 2 c, Aug. 23, 1906.) 6066 

Polo grounds on World's pennant day, 
game N. Y. vs Cincinnati, New York 
city 6325. (H 82485, Aug. 31, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 31, 1906. ) 6067 



PH0T0GBAPH8 



278 



Whitmore (Charles M. ) North 
Adams, Mass. 
Berkshire hills. North Adams, Mass. ( H 
83066, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 8058 

Haystack monument, Williamstown, 
Mass. ( H 83068, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6069 

Hoosac river, North Adams, Mass. ( H 
83069, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6060 

Mt Franklin, on the Deerfield river. (H 
83073, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6061 

Mt. Greylock, North Adams, Mass. (H 
83072, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6068 

Mt. Saddleback, North Adams, Mass. 
(H 83070, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6068 

On the Deerfield river, Whitingham, Vt. 
(H 83071, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6064 

One mile to Wilmington, Vt (H 83067, 
Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6066 

2 c. each Sept. 25, 1906. 



Wilkinson, (£. H.), Roe- 
well, N. Mex. 
Exhibit car for Pecos valley products. 
(H 83014, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6066 

Head of North Spring river. (H 83015, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6067 

2 c. each Sept, 24, 1906. 

Wyer (Henry S.), Nan- 
tucket, Mass. 

Shining shore. ( H 83018, Sept 24, 1906. ) 
I 6068 

, Sunlit sea. (H 83016, Sept 24, 1906. ) 

6068 
Trust magnate. (H83017,Sept 24, 1906.) 

6070 
2 c. each Sept 24, 1906. 

Young (W. G.), Latrobe, 
Pa. 
Latrobe, Pa. 1851. (H 82725, Sept 11, 
1906; 2 c. Sept 4, 1906.) 6071 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 18,018 



3595 — PT 4, NO 15—06- 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 



Under this heading is given a list of the photographs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawings, statuary, and models or designs intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: " Copyright by Carle J. Blenner, New York, N. Y. Class I. 
XXc, no. 19384, Sept. 26, 1906; 1 photograph received Sept. 25, 1906." 



Blenner (Carle J.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Helen. Head and bust of brown haired 
young woman; has brown eyes. Almost 
full face. Dark red drapery and white 
gauze over shoulders. Holly wreath 
in her hair. (1 19384, Sept. 25, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept 25, 1906. ) 6072 

Braun, Clement <& co., Paris, 
France. 
Ange (L*) gardien. Interior scene in a 
country house. An infant is sleeping 
in a cradle while the figure of an angel 
kneeling is looking at the infant, no. 
5667. (I 19333, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6078 

Danseuses Pompeiennes. Roman scene 
showing three young women dancing 
and singing while two other young 
women seated on a stone bench are 
playing on musical instruments, no. 
5651. (I 19327, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 607^' 

Escalier (L') tournant. Three young 
women and three men dressed in I^uis 
XV costumes are w^alking down a 
stairway, no. 5665. (I 19332, Sept. 
24, 1906. ) 6075 

Florentine. Figure of a youn^ woman 
nude to bust, with hair flowing down 
her back. no. 5658. ( 1 19329, Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6076 

Grande soeur. A young peasant woman 
holding in her arms and smiling to a 
little boy. no. 5656. (I 19351, Sept. 
24, 1906. ) 6077 

Hymne (L*) a Bacchus. Antique scene 
showing several young women dressed 
in Roman costumes, some standing, 
others sitting on a sofa. no. 5679. (I 
19335, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6078 

. Jeunesse et Tamour. Figure of a young 
woman dressed in loose white gown, 
playing with a smiling young cupid 
who is trying to stick her with an 
arrow, which he is holding in his right 
hind. no. 5655. (I 19328, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6079 



Braun, Clement A co., Paris, 
France. 

Jeunesse Victorieuse. Figure of young 
woman nude to waist, seated on a rock, 
holding by the wrists a young cupid. 
no. 5661. (I 19331, Sept. 24, 1906.) 

6080 

Muse. Figure of a young woman dressed 
in loose white gown, shoulders bare, 
resting her head on her left hand. no. 
5660. (1 19330, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6081 

Parmi les boutons d'or. Nude figure of a 
young woman seated on the grass near 
a tree and picking flowers, no. 5669. 
(I 19334, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6082 

Regiment ( Le ) qui passe. Country scene 
showing three young peasant women 
two of them looking toward and the 
other waving a white cloth at a regi- 
ment passing on the other side of a 
river, no. 5657. (I 19352, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6088 

1 photo, each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Carter (Henry), Toronto, 
Canada. 
Harmonia. Six figures of Greek type. 
Three are females singing from books. 
Two men at the left are playing a harp 
and pipes. Another man at right is 
singing. (I 19326, Sept. 22, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6084 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 

Guard of the whisky trader. Painting by 
Frederic Remington of a man dressea 
in skins like a trapper kneeling on one 
knee, with his right hand raised as if 
taking an oath. His left hand rests on 
a small keg. Above him wrapped in a 
long skin from his neck to his feet 
stands an Indian with a tomahawk. 
(I 19821, Sept. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
19, 1906. ) 6085 

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Collier (P. F.) & Son, New 
York, N. Y. 
Ragh-tag Bobatil Mourhabad. Painting 
by Frank X. Leyendecker of a small 
copper colored boy on a giraffe. On 
his head he wears a fancy high cap, 
with a chain and tassel under his chin. 
He is thumbing his nose at someone 
behind. (I 19314, Sept. 18, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 18, 1906.) 6086 

Du Brujeaud & Richerftioz, 

(Jean), Pkris, France. 

Uenfant au canard. Statue of a chubby 

little boy with curling hair, holding in 

his arms a duck which is struggling to 

getaway. (1 19378, Sept. 25, 1906.) 

6087 
L'enseignement. Figure of a woman 
standing, her left leg forward, the foot 
resting on two books. In her left hand 
she holds an open book which is rest- 
ing on her left knee. Her right hand 
rests on the shoulder of a small boy. 
(1 19377, Sept. 25, 1906.) 6088 

1 photo, each Sept. 25, 1906. 

Horack (Grace C. ), Iowa 
City, Iowa 
Seal of the State university of Iowa in 
plaster paris relief 13^ inches in diame- 
ter. It consists of an eagle with out- 
spread wings in the centre holding an 
arrow in his mouth, a bow in his left 
claw and an olive branch in the right. 
Circumference bears inscription ** State 
University of Iowa, Organized Feb. 
25th 1847.'* (119436, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6089 

Hunt (Esther), New York, 
N. Y. 
Tokio girl. Young Japanese woman in 
red kimono of chrysan hemum pattern, 
bearing a tray containing china service. 
(I 19382, Sept. 25, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
25, 1906. ) 6090 

Kelly (James E.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Barry (Commodore John). Portrait 
statue of Commodore John Barry, 
dressed costume of colonial navy of 
U. S. (I 19409, Sept. 28, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6091 

Lanman & Kemp, New York, 

N. Y. 

Bathing girl. Figure of bathing girl, on 

beach at edge of water, waves rolling 

in, veseels in distance. (I 19354, Sept. 

24, 1906. ) 6092 

Dancing girl. Figure of dancing girl; 
dressed d^collet^, short sleeves and 
long gloves, hat with plumes. ( 1 19353, 
Sept. 24, 1906.) 6098 

1 photo, each Sept. 24, 1906. 



Le Vasseur ( A. ) & co., Paris, 
France. 
L' H i ver, par L. Simonet. Winter scene- 



a pond surrounded by clusters of leaf- 
less trees. On the right and in the 
foreground four trees stand out pronai- 
nently depicted, on the left, farm build- 
ings. (I 19297, Sept. 17, 1906.) 6094. 

La Gardeuse de didons, par G. Moteley. 
Peasant woman sitting on the trunk of 
a dead tree and watching some turkeys 
which are seen on the right. (1 19298, 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6095 

1 photo, each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Life publishing company. 
New York, N. Y. 

Back to nature. An automobile has col- 
lided ^ith a tree throwing the occu- 
pants out. Some have landed on the 
ground face downward, while another 
hangs from the limb of a tree. (I 
19380, Sept. 25, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 25, 
1906. ) 6096 

Long engagement. Shows a man and 
woman, rather middle aged — walking 
along a country road, while behind 

• them is a little cupid grown old in the 
service. (I 19300, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 17, 1906. 6097 

Stai'ving in a land of plenty. Three girls 
on a veranda of a country house greet- 
ing two other girls, who are just arriv- 
ing, kissing each other effusively — 
while at one side stands a young man 
looking on dejectedly. (1 19299, Sept. 
17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

6098 

Maynard (George W.), New 
York, N. Y. 

Allegorical decorative painting, central 
figure government, supported by liberty 
and justice. (I 19288, Sept 14, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6099 

Palmvr( Walter L.), Albany, 
N. Y. 

Snow in November. Late afternoon win- 
ter woodland scene. Small brook in 
center. Large oaks in middle distance 
with brown leaves. Fir at right of oak. 
Snow on ground. (I 19383, Sept 25, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept 25, 1906.) 6100 

Parker ( R. H. ), Buffalo, N. Y. 

Gustango; hea<1, profile view of an In- 
dian, wearing long feather in his hair, 
large loop ear-rings, necklace, etc. ( I 
19408, Sept 28, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 
28, 1906. ) 6101 



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Perry (R Hinton), New 

York, N. Y. 

Prometheus bound. Represents Pro- , 

metheus bound with chains to the 

rocks, as told in the ancient Greek 

myth. (I 19350, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6108 

Beconciliation. Represents the recon- 
ciliation of the North and the South, 
personified by soldiers of the federal , 
and confederate armies. (119349, Sept ' 
24, 1906. ) 6108 

1 photo, each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Photographische gesellscbaft, 
Berlin, Germany. 
Am fenster; a boy in shirt sleeves, hold- , 
ing a violin and bow, sitting on sill of 
open window and looking out. (I 
19416, Sept. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 29, 
1906.) 6104 I 

Chrj'san themes; a vessel with chrvFan- 
themums. (I 19412, Sept. 29, 1906; 1 i 
photo. Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6105 

Day and the dawnstar; a winged male 
figure standing on a projecting rock, i 
stooping down to a floating female ' 
figure as if bidding her farewell. (I 
19413, Sept. 29,1906; 1 photo. Sept, 29, . 
1906.) 6106 

Old folks at home. Old couple sitting 
by the fireside receiving the visit of a 
young couple. (1 19296, Sept. 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6107 

Sonntagsfrieden; at a table by a window 
an old man reading from a book to ' 
elderly woman who is knitting. (1 , 
19415, Sept. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 29, i 
1906.) 6108 I 

Union is strength; a herd of sheep crowd- , 
ing close together before a dog. (I 
19411, Sept. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 29, ; 
1906.) 6109 ' 

White world; two children in nightgowns 
looking out from window of bedroom 
into snow covered landscape. ( 1 19414, 
Sept. 29, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6110 

Winter's sleep; a snowy landscape, in the 
foreground a stream screenea by wil- 
lows and shrubs, hills in the back- 
ground. (I 19410, Sept. 29, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 29, 1906.) 6111 

Roosevelt (Samuel M. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Winter. (I 17815, Feb. 26*, 1906; 1 photo' 
Feb. 26, 1906. ) 6112 



Roth ( Fre<lk. G. R. ), White 
Plains, N. Y. 
Kitten and toad. Model of a kitten in 
the act of striking a toad with its left 
paw raised. The animal is half sitting, 
the front part of the body raised and 
supported bv the right leg. ( I 19316, 
Sept. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 19, 1906.) 

6118 

Stanfield (Leon tine). New 
York, N. Y. 

''His ideal '' is a pen drawing of a woman 
with a marble column for a throat, 
money for golden hair, diamonds for 
eyes, cherries for lips, pearls for teeth, 
etc. (I 19322, Sept. 20, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept. 20, iy06.) 6114 

Vereinigte Kunst-institute ac- 
tienget^llschaft vorm. Otto 
Troitzsch, Berlin, Germany. 

Female head. Female head of a girl in a 
green robe with a white featner-boa 
around her shoulders. (I 19295, Sept. 
12, 1906; 2 photos. Sept. 12, 1906.) 6116 

Voigt (John Leonard), Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 

Bit of Fairmount Park scenery, Phila- 
delphia. Roadway in centre of picture. 
To the right is a fence and three trees. 
Tree in foreground to the right seems 
dead. In the background on right is 
a clump of treen. Man is coming down 
the road, on which are vehicle tracks. 
(I 19421, Oct. 1, 1906.) 6116 

^ Treat stone face. In background are two 
boulders separated by a chasm, through 
which runs a brook. Boulder at the 
right forms a man*s face. In fore- 
ground is a cabin before which sits a 
man contemplating the stone face. (I 
19423, Oct. 1, 1906.) 6117 

Typical Bucks county, Pennsylvania, 
house. It is of stone, facing a road. 
There are two colonial doorways. 
Roof is gabled. The barn is back of 
the house. Large tree on right of the 
house on front lawn. Fence around 
the house with gate opening upon 
driveway. (I 19422, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

6118 

1 photo, each Oct. 1, 1906. 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 8,004 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 8, 1891. 
518T CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION. CHAP. 665. SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 16 

October 18, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 




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A 1 '•■»■' » a i W« A ><.^ 



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



CLASS F. ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with tubalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Herman Adler, Chicago, 111. Class F, XXc, 
no. 46025, Oct. 8. 1906; 2 copies received Oct. 3, 1906.'^' 



Adler (Herman), Chicago, 111. 
Leaders. (F 46025, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
3, 1906.) 6119 

Carroll (J. B.), Oak Park, 
111. 
Monkey barometer. (F 46064, Oct. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 6120 

Devare (Elizabeth Petersen 

Pr.), New York, N. Y. 

Mystery of the Bible. Mary, Mother to 

Jesus, representing 6th cardinal point 

in Bible history. (F 45715, Sept. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 1906.) 6121 

Ewart (William Earl),Topeka, 
Kans. 
Amherst college, Amherst, Mass. (F 
45953, Sept. 28, 1906.) 6122 

Central high school, St. Louis, Mo. (F 
45957, Sept. 28, 1906.) 6128 

Iowa state university, Iowa City, Iowa. 
(F 45954, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6124 

University of Washington, Seattle, Wash. 
(F 45955, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6125 

Wesley an university, Delaware, Ohio. 
(F 45956, Sept. 28, 1906.) 6126 

West Virginia state university, Morgan- 
town, W. Va. (F 45952, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6127 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Hart, Schaffner & Marx, 
Chicago, 111. 

Annual (The) game. (F 45927, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6126 

At Saratoga. (F 45931, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6129 
At the club. (F 45930, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6130 
Autumn. (F 45928, Sept. 28, 1906.) 

6131 
Farewell. (F 45926, Sept. 28, 1906.) 

6182 
Live wire. (F 45925, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6133 



Hart, Schaffner A Marx, 
Chicago, 111. 
New Amsterdam. (F 45933, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6184 

This is what he wrote. (F 45934, Sept 
28,1906.) 6185 

Up in the air. (F 45929, Sept 28, 1906. ) 

6186 

Yale (The) club. (F 45932, Sept 28, 
1906.) 6187 

2 c. each Sept 28, 1906. 

Hendricks ( Kate) <& Williams 
( Edith), Shelby ville.Ind. 
Thomas A. Hendricks' boyhood homes. 
(F 45993, Sept. 29, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906. ) 6188 

Hickok (A. E.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Moonlight, coast of Maine. (F 46057, 
Oct 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct 4, 1906.) 6189 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Esther. (F 45997, Oct. 1, 1906.) 6140 

Evelyn. (F 45998, Oct 1, 1906.) 6141 
2 c. each Oct 1, 1906. 

Hollander (Joseph), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Meet me on the war path. (F 45859, 
Sept 25, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1906. ) 6142 

Lemon (Edward R. ), South 
Sudbury, Mass. 
Old bar room, the Wayside inn in Sud- 
bury, Mass. (F 46056, Oct 3, 1906.) 

6143 
Wayside inn in Sudbury from the east 
in summer. (F 46054, Oct 3, 1906. ) 

6144 

in winter. (F 46055, Oct 3, 1906.) 

6145 
2 c. each Sept. 18, 1906. 

Manzi, Joyant & cie, Paris, 
France. 
Venus & 1' Amour. (F 46021, Oct 2, 
1906; 2 c. Oct 2,1906.) 6146 

Marone (Guiseppe), Indi- 
anapolis, Ind. 
Governors of Indiana. (F 45996, Oct 1, 
1906; 2 c. Oct 1, 1906.) 6147 

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Miller (C. P. )» Charlestown, 
W. Va. 
St. Georges chapel near Charlestown, 
W. Va. (F 45226, Sept. 4, 1906, ) 

6148 

Selden's cave near Charlestown, W. Va. 

(F 45225, Sept. 4, 1906.) 6149 

View of Harpers Ferry, W. Va. (F 

45227, Sept. 4, 1906.) 6150 

2 c. each Sept. 4, 1906. 

Parrott (J. S. ), Waterloo, 
Iowa. 
Dinner in Panama. (F 45935, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6151 

Good (A) outlook. ( F 45937, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6152 

Tige and I. (F 45936, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6158 
2 c. each Sept. 27, 1906. 

Porter (S. S.), Chicago, 111. 
Comrades. (F 45987, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6154 
Dinner. (F 45985, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6155 

Fair start. (F 45986, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6156 

Helping himself. (F 45988, Sept. 29, 

1906.) 6157 

When love is young. (F 45989, Sept. 29, 
1906.) 6158 

Young tar. (F 45984, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6159 
2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 

Powers (William Z.), Glen 
Allen, Va. 
First Christian church in Virginia. (F 
45904, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1906. ) 6160 

Price (Ed. V.) & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Who's your tailor? ( F 46028, Oct. 3, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 6161 

Ringer (Nathan), Chicago, 
III. 
Alwavs happv on pay day. (F 46022, 
Sept. 21, 1906. ) 6162 

Arrived. (F 46023, Sept. 21, 1906.) 

6168 
2 c. each Sept. 21, 1906. 

Rose company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Goodwin (Mr, Nat C.) (F 45900, Sept. 
27,1906.) 6164 

Story of the snake. (F 45899, Sept. 27, 
1906.) 6165 

2 c. each Sept. 20, 1906. 

Shannon (T. F. ), Des Moines, 
Iowa. 
Airship encircling monument around the 
gilted dome. ( F 45945, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6166 



Shannon (T. F. ), Des Moines, 
Iowa. 
Airship over ra<*e track Iowa state fair. 
(F 45944, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6167 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Smith (Frank J.), Chicago, 
111. 
What a terrible predicament. (F 45994, 
Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6168 

Sparrell art company. Bos- 
ton ^lass 
Oh for a hook and line. (F 46014, Oct. 
1, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 6169 

Stevens ( Charles A . ) & bros. , 

Chicago, 111. 

At the opera. (F 45990, Sept. 29, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 29, 1906 ) 6170 

Autumn fancies. (F 45898, Sept. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906.) 6171 

Kentucky belles. (F 45991, Sept. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6172 

Matinee girls. (F 45992, Sept. 29, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 29, 1906.) 6178 

Stone (Chas. J.) company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Sartorial world engravings. Supplement 
for September, 1906. Portraying men's 
exclusive fashions in trousers. (F 
45891, Sept. 26, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 26, 
1906. ) 6174 

Thorburn (J. M. ) & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
Foliage and cones of picea nigra. (F 
45942, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6176 

of pinus resinosa. ( F 45943, Sept. 28, 

1906.) 6176 

of pseudotsuga DouglaMi. (F 45941, 

Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6177 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Trufant (Nellie S.), Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Uplook (The), a. (F 45938, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6178 

Vision of hope. b. (F 45938, Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6179 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons com- 
pany (Limited), New 
York, N. Y. 
Tuck's show card.' (F 42502, May 28, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6180 

Weisgerber (Charles H.), 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Birthplace of the flag. (F 45963, June 
14, 1906; 1 c. June 14, 1906; 1 c. Sept 
28, 1906.) 6181 

Zeitler (Max), Philadelphia, 
Pa. 
Book plate. William F. Hardy, U. S. A. 
(F 45895, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 
1906.) 6182 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan. 1, 1906 7,846 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet uf titles. 

To save apace the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: •'CopvriKht by Courier company of Buffalo. Buffalo, N. Y. 
Class G, XXc, no. 14000, Sept. 17. 1906; 2 copies received Sept, 17. 1906." 



Courier company of Buffalo, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 
Fax & Phyllis discovering the enchanted 
lake. (G 14000, Sept. 17. 1906; 2 c. Sept 
17, 1906.) 6183 

Home was never like this. (G 13999, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

6184 

I saw her first. (G 14018, Sept 22, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 618A 

I sentence you for life to love. ( G 14012, 
Sept. 19, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1906.) 

6186 

Morton & Diamond. (G 14026, Sept. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6187 

Pair of peaches. ( G 14017, Sept. 22, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6188 

Pickaninnies and cut ups. (G 14011, 
Sept 18, 1906; 2 c. Sept 19, 1906.) 

6189 

Popular Hebrew comedian, Sam S. Howe. 
(G 14001, Sept 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906.) 6190 

Toma Hanlon. (G 14027, Sept 24, 1906; 
2 c. Sept 24, 1906.) 6191 

Eddy (Robert), Milwaukee, 
Wis. 
Noiseless parlor matches. (G 14052, 
Sept 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept 28, 1906. ) 

6192 

Laurel silk works. New York, 
N. Y. 
Cowboy. (G 14030, Sept 26, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept 26, 1906.) 6193 

Meek company, Coshocton, 

Ohio. 

In the park. (G 14032, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6194 
Shepherdess. (G 14031, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6195 
2 c. each Sept 27, 1906. 

Ottenheimer (J. M.), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Moon shine strategy. (G 14013, Sept. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Oct 1, 1906.) 6196 



United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
After an evening at the Bachelors' club, 
no. 9924. (G 14020, Sept 24, 1906; 
2 c. Sept 24, 1906.) 6197 

And vet they slumber on. 9786. (G 
14006, Sept 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906.) 6198 

Calm is the night no. 9787. (G 14004, 
Sept 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 1906.) 

6199 

Grand (The) ball room scene, no. 9801. 
(G 14025, Sept 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept 24, 
1906. ) 6200 

Heave to! no. 9980. ( G 14022, Sept 24, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6201 

I have had one day's happiness and one 
year's sorrow, no. 9983. (G 14023, 
Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6202 

If ever woman loved a man, I love you. 
9982. (G 14007, Sept 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept 17, 1906. ) 6208 

Is this a hold-up or a shake-down. 9788. 
(G 14005, Sept 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906. ) 6204 

It makes me so mad. no. 10027. (G 
14003, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906. ) 6206 

Lend me your hat, the roads are very 
dusty, no. 9981. (G 14021, Sept 24, 
1906; 2 c. Sept 24, 1906.) 6206 

Male figure and puppets, no. 9843. (G 
14019, Sept 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6207 

Oh, that's her clever way. no. 10021. 
(G 14002, Sept 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept 17, 
1906. ) 6208 

To Betty Singleton, the toast of the town, 
no. 1(3020. (G 14024, Sept 24, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6209 



Nmnber of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 2,119 



281 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 

Arraiixed alptaabetlcally by proprieton with subalphabel of tlUei. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the fliBt 
title, if printe«1 in full, would read: ♦•Copyright by Geoige W. Bond. Chicago, 111. Clasa H, XXc, 
no. 83326. Oct. 1, 1906; 2 copies received Oct. 1, 1906." 



Bond (George W. ), Chicago. 

111. 

Girl you love. (H 83326, Oct. 1, 1906. 

6810 

When my sweetheart Mary whispered 
. yes. (H 83325, Oct. 1, 1906.) 6811 

2 e. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Bruce (Walter), Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Dogwood blossoms. (H 83379, Oct. 3, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 6818 

Buckley (Leo. J.), Bing- 
hamton, N. J. 
Do you get the idea. (H 82708, Sept. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 1906. ) 6818 

Bullard (Charles Edwin), 
Peterboro, N. H. 
Basket quartet. (H 83114, Sept. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 27, 1906.) 6814 

Burke (Frank P. ), Chicago, 
111. 
Cube (The). (H 83309, Oct. 1, 1906. 2 
c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6815 

Clayton ( Francis Tread way ) , 
Williamstown, Mass. 
Haystack monument at Williamstown. 
Dedicated July 28, 1867. (H 83435, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 6816 

Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Innocence. (H 83116, Sept. 27, 1906; 2 
c. Sept. 27, 1906.) 6817 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Easter offering. (11 by 14 negative.) 
(H 83080, Sept. 25, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1906.) 6818 

Falk, New York, N. Y. 
Hopper ( Edna Wallace) . 36. ( H 83100, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6819 

37. (H 83101, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6880 

2 c. each Sept. 27, 1906. 

Hanson (M. D.), Portland, 
Me. 
Grand Trunk R. R. station. ( H 83442, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 6881 



Hanson (M. D.), Portland, 
Me. 
Poland Spring house. (H 83444, Oct. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 6888 

Rollins estate. ( H 83443, Oct. 4, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6888 

View from Poland Springs. (H 83445, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 6884 

Harris and Ewing, Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Funston ( General Frederick ) . (H 83305, 
Sept. 29, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6885 

Hinchey (Robert Emmet), 

St. Louis, Mo. 

Gov. Folk at the corner stone laying, 

Missouri tuberculosis sanitarium, Mt. 

Vernon, Mo. 8-15-06. (H 83240, 

Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) .. 

6886 

Huber (H. F.) & co.. New 

York, N. Y. 

Astor theatre. New York city. Central 

electrolier. ( H 83369, Oct 2, 1906. ) 

6887 

Central electrolier in place. (H 

83370, Oct. 2, 1906. ) 6888 



— Drop curtain. (H 83368, Oct. 2, 
1906. ) 6889 

— Electroliers in proscenium arch. (H 
83366, Oct. 2, 1906.) 6880 



— Interior view. (H 83371, Oct. 2, 
1906. ) 6881 

— Proscenium boxes. ( H 83372, Oct 
2, 1906. ) 6888 



View of top of proscenium arch. 

( H 83365, Oct 2, 1906. ) 6888 

2 c. each Sept. 21, 1906. 

Hull (Dana), Chicago, 111. 
Stevens ( Mrs. S. S. Breese) , half length. 
( H 83400, Oct. 3, 1906. ) 6834 



— three-quarter length. (H 83399, 
Oct 3, 1906. ) 6885 

2 c. each Oct. 3, 1906. 

283 



284 



OATALOUUli; OV COPYBIGHT ENTBIEb 



Huston (Samuel C), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
In the rotunda looking north. Pennsyl- 
vania state capitol. (H 83082, Sept. 
26, 1906. ) 6236 

Interior of dome. Pennsylvania's state 
capitol. ( H 83084, Sept.* 26, 1906. ) 

6237 

Governor's private office. Pennsylva- 
nia's state capitol. ( H 83083, Sept. 26, 
1906. ) 6238 

2 c. each Sept. 26, 1906. 

Ironmonger (Charles), Ava- 
lon, Cal. 
Avalon, Catalina Isl. from Sugar Loaf. 
(H 83345, Oct. 1, 1906.) 6289 

Santa Catalina Isl. (H 83346, Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 6240 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Jamestown official photograph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Lee (Henry). 613. (H 83331, Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 6241 

Lee (Thomas). 607. (H 83330, Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 6242 

Percy (Captain George). 611. (H 83332, 
Oct. 1, 1906.) 6248 

Kandolph (Edmond). 600. (H 83328, 
Oct. 1,1906.) 6244 

Bandolph (Mary). 610. (H 83329, Oct. 
1, 1906. ) 6245 

Robinson (John). 612. (H 83327, Oct. 
1, 1906. ) 6246 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Jehle (Robert A.), Lind- 
strom, Minn. 
Moonlight on Chisago lake. ( H 83308, 
Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6247 

Jones (W. S. ), Greensburg, 
Pa. 

First tee. 6. (H 83338, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

6248 

Gauley river. 1. (H 83333, Oct. 1, 

1906. ) 6249 

Greensburg country club. 4. ( H 83336, 
Oct. 1, 1906. ) 6250 

Greensburg golf links. 5. (H 83337, 
Oct. 1,1906.) 6251 

In old Virginia. 2. (H 83334, Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 6252 

Old Dominion fault. 3. (H 83335, Oct. 
1,1906.) 6253 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Lawrence (George R.) co., 

Chicago, 111. 

Chicago American league ball park. 

White SOX vs. New York, Sept. 23, 

1906. (H 83115, Sept. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 27, 1906.) 6254 



Leigh ( W. H ), Beaver Falls, 
Pa. 
Greetings from Beaver Falls. (H 83277, 
Sept. 29, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6256 

Loeffler ( A . ) , Tompkins- 
ville, N. Y. 
Hopkins, U. S. 8. (H 83106, Sept. 27, 
1906.) 6256 

Lawrence, U. S. S. (H 83107, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6267 

Macdonough, U. S. S. (H 83108, Sept, 
27, 1906.) 6258 

Truxtun, U. 8. S. (H ^3105, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6259 

Whipple, U. S. 8. (H 83103. Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6260 

Worden, U. 8. 8. (H 83104, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6861 

2 c. each Sept. 27, 1906. 

Marceau (Theo. C), New 
York, N. Y. 
Ander Lan Hochbrun (Rev. Fr. von) 
Panel. 1. (H 83361, Sept. 25, 1906.) 

6262 

2. ( H 88362, Sept 25, 1906.) 6263 

3. (H 83363, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 

6264 
2 c. each Sept. 25, 1906, 

M^lies (Geo. ), Paris, France. 
Flirting by the sea side. (H 83353, Oct. 
2, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 2, 1906.) 6265 

Miles bro8., San Francisco, 
Cal. 
Gans-Nelson contest, Gold field, Nevada, 
September 3nl, 1906. (H 83436, Oct. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6266 

Morris (Chas. E.), Chinook, 
Mont. 
Branding on the range. 1906. ( R 83320, 
Sept. 11, 1906.) 6267 

Coming up the trail. ( H 83318, Sept 11, 
1906. ) 6268 

Cow boy on bucking bronco. 1906. ( H 
83322, Sept 11, 1906.) 6269 

Cow boys at dinner. 1906. (H 83319, 
Sept 11, 1906.) 6270 

Grazing beef steers on the range. (H 
83316, Sept 11, 1906.) 6271 

On the cattle range at sun set. ( H 83317, 
Sept 11, 1906.) 6272 

Round up horses bunched for dinner. 
1906. (Panoramic). (H 83323, Sept 
11,1906.) 6278 

Watering a beef herd at lake. 1906. 
(H 83321, Sept 11, 1906.) 6274 

2 c. each Sept. 13, 1906. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



285 



Morrisette (Charles A. ), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Virginia, mother of states. (H 83099, 
Sept. 27, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6875 

Olsen (George), Norfolk, Va. 
Olseu's submarine. (H 83095, Sept. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6276 

Oxford A Dillhoff, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Kreyer (Clara), queen of the Marti i Gras, 
Coney Island, 1906. no. 24, 173. ( H 
83237, Sept. 28, 1906.) 6277 

176. ( H 83238, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6278 

177. ( H 83239, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 

6270 
2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Pach brothers, New York, 
N. Y. 
Edison (Mr. Thoma«i A.) 11 x 14. 
81834 C and E. ( H 83439-a3440, Oct. 4, 
1906; 2 c. each Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6260 

Penfield (N. W.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Wm. K. Vanderbilt at the wheel of his 
machine. (H 83324, Oct. 1. 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6281 

Pennell (C. A.), Trenton, 
Mo. 
Mi«ouri sunset. (H 83010, Sept. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 1,1906.) 6282 

Pillsbury picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Ahwahne, a lunch place, Wawona route. 
( H 83160, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6283 

Big trees in Merced grove. (H 83185, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

Bit of road, Yosemite vallev. 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 

Bridal Veil falls from bridge. 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

in reflection. (H 83179, Sept. 27, 

1906. ) 6287 

Yosemite. 1416. (H 83215, Sept. 

27, 1906. ) 6288 

Cascade falls. ( H 83181, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6289 

Yosemite. 1419. (H 83194, Sept. 

27, 1906. ) 6290 

Cascade in Merced river. 1117. (H 
83154, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 8291 

Cascade rapids and rocks. 1418. (H 

83207, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6292 
Merced river. (H 83168, Sept. 27, 

1906. ) 6293 
Yosemite. 1417. (H 83209, Sept. 

27, 1906. ) 6294 

Cascades in Merced river. 1118. (H 

83157, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6295 



6284 

(H 83126, 
6285 

(H 83189, 
6286 



Pillsbury f>icture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Cathedral rocks and Merced river. 1415. 
( H 83205, Sept 27, 1906. ) 6296 

Cathedral spires. 1413. ( H 8:^95, Sept. 
27, 1906.) 6297 

1414. (H 83206, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6298 

Chil«'alna falls, Wawona. ( H 83124, Sept. 
27, 1906. ) 6299 

Chilualna upper falls, Bald mountain and 
Wawona valley. 1065. (H 83147, 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 6800 

1066. (H 83137, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6301 

Climbing the Cascade grade. (H 83174, 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 6302 

Dome and Glacier point from the trail. 
(H 83133, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6808 

Domes and Merced river, Yosemite. 
1422. (H 83197, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6804 

Domes and Upper Yosemite falls. (H 
83143, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6805 

Domes from Rockv point. 1408. (H 
83210, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6806 

Domes from the trail. (H 83125, Sept. 
27, 1906. ) 6807 

Domes of Yosemite from above hotel. 
(H 8:^128, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6808 

Rocky point view. 1407. ( H 83214, 

Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6809 

Down the river from Vernal falls bridge. 
( H 83180, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6810 

El Capitan from Bridal Veil bridge. 
1412. (H 83201, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6311 

from river. (H 83175, Sept. 27, 



1906.) 

from River point. 



1409. 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 

the plceping lion. 1410. 



6312 

( H 83220, 
6313 

(H 83212, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6314 

Emerald pool and Silver apron. (H 
83161, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6315 

Fallen monarch. 1404. ( H 83217, Sept. 
27,1906.) 6316 

(7 lacier point from Merced river. 1424. 
( H 83208, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6317 

from Vernal falls trail. (H 83152, 

Sept. 27,1906.) 6318 

Granite gap, Cascade grade. (H 83162, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6819 

Grizzly giant, Mariposa grove big trees. 
1401. (H 83202, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6320 

Half dome and Little Yosemite from 
Liberty cap. ( H 83 1 36, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6321 

and Yosemite from Liberty cap. 

1091. (H 83118, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6322 



286 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Pillsbury picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Happv islands above the bridge. (H 
83188, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6823 

above upper islands. ( H 83153, 

Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6324 

from Vernal falls bridge. ( H 83158, 

Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6325 

Yosemite. 1427. (H 83211, Sept. 

27, 1906.) 6326 

Hazel Green, Coulterville road. (H 
83117, Sept. 27,1906.) 6327 

In the big tree grove, Wawona. (H 
83159, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6328 

In the Happy islands, Yosemite. 1428. 
(H 83191, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6329 

In the Merced grove of big trees. (H 
83151, Sept. 27, 1906.) < 6330 

Jump of the Silver apron. (H 83177, 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 6331 

Lip of Nevada falls. ( H 83169, Sept. 27, 
1906.) 6382 

Lip of Vernal falls.. <H 83166, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6833 

Little Yosemite from Liberty cap. (H 
83176, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6334 

Looking down from top of Nevada falls. 
(H 83164, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6336 

Looking pleasant at foot of trail. (H 
83131, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6386 

Mariposa big trees and cabin. (H 83130, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6387 

Merced river from Bridal Veil meadows. 
(H 83127, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6388 

Mt. Watkins in Mirror lake. 1426. (H 
83193, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6339 

Nevada falls from trail. 1431. ( H 83203, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6340 

North dome from Vernal falls bridge. 
( H 83184, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6341 

Royal arches and Washington col- 
umn. 1425. (H 83192, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6342 

Oaks and stage en route Wawona road. 
1054. (H S3186, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6343 

1055. ( H 83187, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6344 

Oaks in floor of valley. (H 83190, Sept. 
27, 1906.) 6345 

On the brink of Nevada falls. (H 83144, 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 6346 

Overhanging rock, Glacier point. (H 
83139, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6347 

Panorama from Glacier point. ( H 83156, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6348 

Point Ahweiyain in Mirror lake. (H 
83122, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6349 

Profile of Nevada falls. (H 83171, Sept. 
27, 1906.) 6850 



Pillsbury picture company, 
Oakland, Cal. 
Raymond, starting point of stage line. 
(H 83141, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6361 

Rocky point view. (H 83173, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6352 

Sawmill, a change station, Wawona 
road. (H 83155, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6353 

Sentinel rook and valley from Glacier 
point trail. (H 83146, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6854 
Silver apron. ( H 83165, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6355 
Summit house, first change, Wawona 
route. (H 83121, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6356 

Three brothers and Merced river. 1423. 

(H 83196, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6857 

Top of Sentinel dome. (H 83119, Sept. 
27, 1906.) 6358 

Valley from Glacier point trail. (H 
83148, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6359 

Vermont and Wawona trees, Mariposa 
grove. 1402. (H 83218, Sept. 27, 
1906.) 6360 

Vernal falls. 1429. (H 83200, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6361 

from above. (H 83163, Sept. 27, 

1906. ) 636S 

from Lady Franklin rock. ( H 83178,. 

Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6863 

1430. ( H 83204, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

636^ 
from the bridge. ( H 831 23, Sept. 27, 

1906.) 8365 

View from overhanging rock. Glacier 
point. (H 83140, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

888e 

Wawona hotel and meadows. (H 83138, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 8887 

Wawona point. ( H 83129, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

8388 

and valley. (H 83120, Sept. 27, 

- 1906. ) 6389 

Wawona tree and grove. (H 83172, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 8870 

Mariposa grove. 1403. (H 83213, 

Sept. 27, 1906. ) 8871 

Wawona valley and stage road. (H 83182, 
Sept. 27, 1906.) 6372 

Yosemite and road from below Artist's 
point. (H 83134, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

8378 
Yosemite falls and domes. Glacier point 
trail. ( H 83135, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

8874 

and lower end of valley. (H 83145, 

Sept. 27, 1906.) 8375 

and lower valley. (H 83132, Sept. 

27, 1906.) 8878 
from Glacier point. ( H 83149, Sept. 

27, 1906. ) 8877 



PaOTOGBAPHB 



287 



Pills bury picture company , 
Oakland, Cal. 
Yosemite falls and domes, from oak drive. 
1420. (H 83216, Sept. 27. 1906. ) 6378 

from Sentinel hotel point. (H 83170, 

Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6879 

in reflection. (H 83167, Sept. 27, 

1906.) 6380 

1421 . ( H 83199, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6881 

Yosemite falls showing Agassiz's column. 

{H 83142, Sept. 27, 1906.) 6882 

Yosemite valley from Artists' point. ( H 

83183, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6888 

1405. (H 83198, Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6384 

1406. (H 83219, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 

6886 

Yosemite valley from stage road. (H 

83150, Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6886 

2 c. each Oct. 3, 1906. 

Pitcher ( George W. ) , Seneca 
Falls, N. Y. 
Champions Empire state league, 1906. 
(H 83278, Sept. 29, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 6887 

Ragsdale (M. C. ), San An- 
gel o, Tex. 
Catholic school and church, San Angelo, 
Texas. (H 83089, Sept. 26, 1906.) 

) 6388 

Mesquite trees, cactus and grey wolf, west 
Texas. (H 83088, Sept. 26, 1906.) 

6389 

On the prairie, San Angelo, Texas. (H 

83087, Sept. 26, 1906. ) 6890 

, 2 c. each Sept. 26, 1906. 

Rau (William H. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Oyster Bay naval review, Sept. 3, 1906. 
The flieet saluting. 25309. (H 83286, 
Sept. 29, 1906. 6391 

The North Atlantic fleet (left). 

25311. (H 83288, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6392 
The North Atlantic fleet (right). 



25310. (H 83287, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6393 

President Roosevelt boarding the 

"Mavflower." 25308. ( H 83285, Sept. 
29, 1906. ) 6394 

Sail boats among the fleet. 25312. 

. (H 83289, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6395 

Pano. of city of Washington, D. C, from 
War, State and Navy bldgs. A 2251. 
16x112 inches. (H 83284, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 6396 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 

TJ. S. battleship Louisiana; broadside, 11 
by 14. 25316. (H 83085, Sept. 26, 
1906. 6397 

2 c. Sept. 26, 1906. 



Ran (William H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
(J. S. navy. Fleet of monitors. 25326. 
( H 83302, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6898 

Fleet of torpedo boats. 25327. ( H 

83303, Sept 29, 1906. ) 6899 

Armored cruiser Marvland, broad- 
side. 25321. ( H 83297, Sept. 29. 1906. ) 

6400 

Cruiser Denver, broadside. 25322. 

(H 83298, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6401 

Battleship Illinois, J bow. 25313. 

(H 83290, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6402 

Kearsage, J bow. 25315. ( H 

83292, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6403 

Kentuckv, broadside. 25314. 

( H 83291 , Sept. 2l», 1906. ) 6404 

Missouri, broadside. 25317. 

( H 83293, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6405 

New Jersev, i bow. 25318. (H 

83294, Sept. 29, 19<)6.) 6406 

Rhode Island, broadside. 



25319. (H 83295, Sept. 29,1906.) 6407 
Virginia, broadside. 25320. {K 



6408 



83296, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

^ Monitor Arkansas, broadside. 25323. 

( H 83299, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6409 

Florida, broadside. 25324. (H 83300, 

Sept. 29, 1906.) .6410 

Nevada, broadside. 25325. (H 

83301, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6411 

Submarine boat Shark. 25328. ( H 

83304, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6419 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 

Schwemberger (Simeon), 
St. Mi(»naels, Ariz. 
Navajo. (H 83343, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
1,1906.) 6418 

Serrell ( William I. ) , Bayonne, 
N. J. 
Arrival of train, Clayton, N. Y. (H 
83438, Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 

6414 

Sewell (Thomas H.), St. 
Michaels, Md. 
St. Michaels, Md.— The bridge. (H 
83280, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6416 

East Cherry street. (IT 83283, 

Sept. 29, 1906.) 6416 

Mulberry street. ( H 83282, Sept. 

29, 1906. ) 6417 

Navy Point. (H 83281, Sept. 29, 

1906.) 6418 

Parrots Point, site of landing of 

British war of 1812. (H 83279, Sept. 
29, 1906.) 6419 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 



288 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Stem (Alva E.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Hughes- Hearst campaign card. (H 

83339, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

6420 
Storck (Ferd.), Butler, N. J. 
At the station, Butler, N. J. (H 83076, 
Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6421 

Main street, Butler, N. J. ( H 83077, Sept. 
25, 1906. ) 6422 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 
Taylor (Charles H. ), Woburn, 

After deck of the Constitution. ( H 82621 , 
Sept. 6, 1906. ) 6428 

Forward gun deck of the Constitution. 
( H 82620, Sept. 6, 1906. ) 6424 

2 c. each Sept. 6, 1906. 

Tiemann ( H. N. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Rifle team, Queen's Westminster Volun- 
teers, at Creedmoor, L. I. (H 83404, 
Oct 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 6426 

Seventh regiment, N. G., N. Y. & Queen's 
Westminster Volunteers rifle competi- 
tion. Sir Howard Vincent, Lieut. 
Bh-d etc. (H 83344, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 1, 1906.) 6426 

Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

U 57653, 57708, 59840, 78101, 93960, 

94255, 94405, 78109, and 94902. (H 

83052-83060, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. each 

Sept. 24, 1906.) 6427 

U 59201. (H 82780, Sept. 15. 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 17, 1906.) 6428 

U 59717. (H 82781, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 6429 

U 68762. (H 82782, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 6480 

U 88798. (H 82783, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6481 

U 94831. (H 82788, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6432 

U 89851 (H 82784, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 6433 

U 89854 (H 82785, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 6484 

U 89867. ( H 82786, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6486 

U 89873 (H 82787, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 6436 

U 94671. (H 83236, Sept. 28. 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6487 

U 94882. (H 82789, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 6488 

U 94938 (H 82790, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6489 

U 94986. (H 83340, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 1, 1906. ) 6440 



Underwood <fe Underwood, 
New York N. Y. 
U 95029. (H 83341, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 1,1906.) 6441 

U 95041. ( H 83342, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
1, 1906. ) 6442 

U 95050. (H 83235, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6443 

U 95056. (H 83232, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6444 

U 95056-2. (H 83233, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 
c. Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6445 

U 95056-3. (H 83234, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 
c. Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6448 

Welles (F. J.), Greenwood 
Lake, N. Y. 
All settled. (H 83465, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6447 
Forest beauty. (H 83449, Oct. 4, 1906.) 

6448 
Gathering wood. ( H 83456, Oct, 4, 1906. ) 

6449 
Joy in the forest. ( H 83450, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6460 

Laugh and the world laughs with you. 

(H 83451, Oct. 4, 1906.) 6461 

Love and peace. ( H 83446, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6468 
Our Bell. (H 83447, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6468 

Undecided. (H 83454, Oct. 4, 1906.) 

6464 

Water sprite. ( H 83448, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6465 

Weep and vou weep alone. (H 83452, 
Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6466 

Wood nymph. (H 83453, Oct. 4, 1906.) 

6467 

2 c. each Oct. 4, 1906. 

White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

Admiral Evans leaving the Mayflower 

after calling on the President, naval 

review, Oyster Bay. 7463. ( H 83271, 

Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6466 

Battleship Illinois, a powerful 1st class 
battleship, naval review. Oyster Bay. 
7461. ( H 83269, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6469 

Battleship Louisiana, naval review. Oyster 
Bay. 7451 . ( H 83266, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

6460 

Bryan {Mr. and Mrs. William Jennings). 
13001 . H 83273, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6461 

Bryan ( William Jennings) . 13003. ( H 
83272, Sept. 29, 1906.) 6462 

In the quiet of the night T will take my 
little nip. 5616. (H 83259, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 6468 

Nation's chief and the head of the navv 
dept., naval review. Oyster Bay. 7446. 
( H 83263, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6464 



I'HOTOORAPHS 



289 



White (H. C.) company, 

North Bennington, Vt. 

On board the Mayflower, Pres. Rooeevelt 

on bridge, Missouri in distance, naval 

review, Oyster Bay. 7459. (H 83268, 

Sept 29, 1906. ) 6465 

President (The) and Sec*y Bonaparte re- 
view America's pride — the fleet at 
Oyster Bay. 7448. (H 83264, Sept. 
29, 1906. ) 6466 

Pres. Roosevelt and Sec'y Bonaparte on 
the Mayflower, passing the Iowa, naval 
review, Oyster Bay. 7445. (H 83262, 
iSept. 29, 1906. ) 6467 

reviewing the fleet. Naval Review, 

Oyster bay. 7443. ( H 83260, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 6468 

Pres. Roosevelt leaving the Mayflower to 
call on Admiral Evans, naval review. 
Oyster Bay. 7449. (H 83265, Sept. 29, 
1906.) 6469 

Pres. Roosevelt, Sec*y Bonaparte, Ad- 
mirals Evans and Brownson and Mr. 
Loeb, naval review, Ovster Bav. 7444. 
(H 83261, Sept. 29, 1906.) * 6470 

Torpedo boat destroyer Truxton and 
battleship Missoari, naval review, 
Oyster Bay. 7462. (H 83270, Sept. 
29, 1906.) 6471 



White (H. C.) company. 
North Bennington, Vt. 
With wifie sweetly sleeping. How good 
will taste a sip. 5617. (H 83258, Sept. 
29, 1906. ) 6472 

Ist class battleship Virginia tiring salute 
to the President, naval review, Oyster 
Bay. 7455. (H 83267, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6478 
2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Williams (John), inc.. New 

York, N. Y. 

Solid, ornamented, bronze doors for the 

new annex «o Maryland state house, 

Annapolis, Md. (H 83227, Sept. 28, 

1906. ) 6474 

with grille transom for Carnegie 

library annex building, Pittsburg, Pa. 
(H 83228, Sept. 28, 1906.) 6476 

2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Woodfield (Frank), Astoria, 
Oreg. 
View of Ft. Stevens from water tank. 
Size 4'' by W. (H 83307, Oct. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6476 

Young, Lo d & Rhodes, 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Steamship North West in Hay Lake Cut. 
(H 83094, Sept. 26, 1906; 2 c. July 27, 
1906.) 6477 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 18,295 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 

Under this heading is giyen » list of the pbotognphs deposited according to law with applications 
for copyright of paintings, drawinffs, statuary, and models or dntiarns intended to be perfected as 
works of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalpbabet of titles. 

To save space the copvright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: *• Copyright by Philip Boilean, New York, N. Y. Class I, XXc, 
no. 19393, Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photograph received to complete copyright 8ept. 27. 1906." 



Boilean (Philip), New York, 
N. Y. 
Sisters. Two young women in evening 
dress. One at left has red fur-lineu 
opera coat over white dress. One at 
right has black dress and white boa 
over sboulders. (I 19393, Sept. 27, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 27, 1906.) 6478 

Braun, Clement <& co., Paris, 
France. 
Appel ( L' ) d*en haut. An old man seated 
on a stool is painting a portrait of the 
Madonna and Child, no. 8682. (I 

19337, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6479 

Dans la plaine. Country scene showing 
.five peasants, no. 8707. (I 19347, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 8480 

En Picardie. Country scene showing 
three peasants, no. 8708. (I 19348, 
Sept. 24, 1906.) 6481 

Pin de promenade. Portrait of a young 
girl nding on a donkey, no. 8685. (I 

19338, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6482 

Jeune femme au chien. Portrait of a 
voung woman standing with her left 
hand resting on a wooden fence and 
caressing a large dog with her right 
hand. no. 8686. (I 19339, Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6483 

Pins (Les) effet de soleil tl St. Honorat. 
Landscape showing in the foreground 
some pine trees and in the background 
a lake or river with sail and row boats 
in the distance, no. 8688. (I 19336, 
Sept 24, 1906. ) 6484 

Pr^t k partir pour la p^che (matin). 
Marine scene showing several fishing 
boats being prepared for a fishing trip, 
no. 8693. (1 19342, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6485 

Retour de Kermesse. Dutch scene. In 
the foreground two young girls and a 
little boy with arms full of toys. no. 
8692. (I 19341, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6486 

Reverie. Full figure of a young woman 
dressed in light gown with a parasol in 
her left hand. no. 8703. (I 19346, 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6487 



Braun, Clement <&co., Paris, 
France. 
Sidi Brahim 1845 (La defense du mara- 
bout) Battle scene showing a number 
of French soldiers, l>ehind a stone wall 
firing at the enemy, no. 8690. (I 
19:^40, Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6488 

Soir dYt^*. Beach scene Figure of a 
young woman (nude) bathing, her 
back turned to the waves, no. 8694. 
(I 19343, Sept. 24, 1906.) 6489 

Soir d'hiver. Landscape showing a win- 
ter scene. To the left of the picture 
are some trees, no. 8699. (I 19345. 
Sept. 24, 1906.) 6490 

Toilette (I^) du Dimanche. Interior 
scene showing a woman dressing a lit- 
tle girl. no. 8696. (I 19344, Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6491 

1 photo, each Sept. 24, 1906. 

Collier (P. F. ) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
After the morning ride. Painting by W. 
T. Smedley. Young woman in riding 
habit sitting on railing of a wide porch. 
Tall stout man standing before her 
mopping his forehead. Two young 
women behind him. Young man sit- 
ting in foreground. In background 
groom leading horses away. (1 19396, 
Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 27, 1906.) 

6492 
Meeting of the monsters. Drawing by 
Walter Appleton Clark of an automo- 
bile racing at full speed past a crowd 
of enthusiasts. On front and side of the 
machine is the number " 2. " (I 19450, 
Oct. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 3, 1906.) 

649S 

Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Sunset on the Grand Canal, Venice. Late 
afternoon with the sun setting in back- 
ground, right of center, between Ducal 
Palace and Santa Maria. In right of 
foreground are several fishing boats. 
(I 19456, Oct. 3, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 3, 
1906. ) 6494 

291 



292 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Dunsroore (J. Ward), New 
York, N. Y. 
Day at Mt. Vernon. Martha Washington 
seated in a high backed chair before 
grate fire. George Washington stand- 
ing at her side. Nellie Custis plaving 
harpsichord. (I 19457, Oct. 3, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 6495 

Lamasure (E. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
In old Kentucky. Village street scene, 
early morning. In front of general 
store at right of road stands a delivery 
wagon. At side of store is box wagon. 
Wooden pump opposite store. Tower 
of church in background. Girl with 
white sunbonnet m foreground. (I 
19404, Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 6496 

MacMonnies (Frederick Wil- 
liam), New York, N. Y. 
Cupid and fountain. Cupid running, hav- 
ing shot his arrow. The pedestal foun- 
tain consits of storks, frogs and marine 
monsters. (1 19418, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

6497 
Cupid fountain. Cupid at rest standing. 
The base of the pedestal fountain is 
composed of sea horses and bas reliefs, 
as well as winged allegorical animals. 
(1 19417, Oct. 1, 1906.) 6498 

1 photo, each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Werckmeister (Karl), Ber- 
lin, Germany. 
Anton Bruckner in his characteristic ap- 
parel as a musical leader with baton in 
his hand. (I 19437, Oct. 2, 1906. ) 

6499 



Werckmeister (Karl), Ber- 
lin, Germany. 
Beethoven taking a walk with cane and 
hat in hand. (I 19443, Oct. 2, 1906.) 

6500 
Franz Lizt as a musical leader, a com- 
panion to the former, also with lifted, 
baton. (I 19442, Oct. 2, 1906.) 6501 

Franz Schubert, the composer, walkings 
with umbrella and hat in hand. (I 
19444, Oct. 2, 1906. ) 6502 

Hans von Biilow making one of his famous 
speeches at his leader's desk. ( 1 19438, 
Oct 2, 1906. ) 6503 

Johannes Brahms, the composer, walk- 
ing, followed by a porcupine. ( 1 19446^ 
Oct. 2, 1906. ) 6504 

Richard Wagner as a musical leader, 
showing the composer standing at hi& 
leader's desk with lifted baton. (I 
19441, Oct. 2,1906.) 6505 

Robert Schumann, the composer, stand* 
ing, resting on his umbrella. (1 19445, 
Oct. 2, 1906. ) 6506 

Wagner and Bruckner taking a pinch of 
snuff in a window. (I 19439, Oct. 2, 
1906. ) 6607 

Wagner and Lizt in Bayreuth, Lizt play- 
ing the piano, Wagner listening. (I 
19440, Oct. 2, 1906.) 650» 

1 photo, each Oct. 2, 1906. 



Number of entries of Fine arts completed by the deposit of 1 photograph since 
Jan. 1, 1906 8,085 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACT OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 

51BT CONGRESS, 2ND SESSION, CHAP. 665, SEC. 4 



PART 4: 

ENGRAVINGS, CUTS, AND PRINTS; 

CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS; 

PHOTOGRAPHS; 

FINE ARTS 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1, JULY-DECEMBER, 1906 

No. 17 

November 15, 1906 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
1906 



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



CLASS F, ENGRAVINGS. CUTS. AND PRINTS 

Of this Catalogrue Part 2 (Periodicals). Part 3 (Music), Part 4 (Enflrravinffs), will be issued monthly 
hereafter, instead of weekly. Part 1 (Bookn) will be issued every week as heretofore. 

The weekly issue of the numbers of Parts 2, 3. and 4 ne<>eshitated search through several short alpha- 
bets in order to locate any given title. To avoid this inconvenience it has been suggested that 
they be published monthly, so that a search through a year of the Catalogue will require the 
examination of only 12 indexes instead of 52 as formerly. 

The last weekly ifwue of Part 3 (Engravings. Chromos. Photographs, Fine Arts) was on Ck;tober 18. 
1906. The flret monthly issue is under date of November 15, 1906. 

Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read, "Copyright by Geo. H. Allen, Clinton, N. ¥• Class F, XXc. 
no. 46582, Sept. 10, 1906; 2 copies received Sept. 10. 1906." 



Allen (Geo. H.), Clinton, 
N. Y. 
Hiawatha's childhood.* (F 46582, Sept. 

10, 1906. ) 654>9 
departure. ( F 46584, Sept. 10, 1906. ) 

6510 

— wooing. (F 46583, Sept. 10, 1906.) 

6511 
2 c. each Sept. 10, 1906. 

American import, export, 
and commission com- 
pany, Norfolk, Va. 
Confederate States money and scrip, 
North Carolina and Virj?inia treasury 
notes. ( F 46177, Oct. 11 , 1906. ) 6512 

Virginia treasury note. Souvenir James- 
town ler-centennial. (F 46178, Oct. 

11, 1906. ) 6513 
2 c. each Oct. 11, 1906. 

American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Almost a fatal error. (F 46411, Oct. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 6614 

And her honorable name was Maud ! ( F 
46488, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 

6515 

And it was Hallowe'en too. (F 46659, 
Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6516 

And they're betting three to one that 
he'll vote for them! ( F 46593, Oct. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6517 

Big haul. (F 46530, Oct. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 24, 1906.) 6618 

Braggo the monk. He bought the suit 
himself. (F 46475, Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6619 

— He shows 'em a few things about 
roller skating. (F 46618, Oct. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 27, 1906. ) 6520 



American-journal-examiner, 
New Yo'k, N. Y. 
Campaign notes. ( F 46413, Oct. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 6581 

Complete ticket. ( F 46653, Oct. 29, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 6528 

Czar's triumphal entry. (F 46478, Oct. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906.) 6583 

Dr. Dippy fires Happy Hooligan. (F 
46163, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 

6584 

Foxy Grandpa. The boys get after Foxy 
Grandpa's pears. (F 46162, Oct. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 658ft 

The boys put up a little joke on 

Foxy Grandpa, but he is there on time 
to turn the joke on the boys. ( F 46381, 
Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6526 

Getting an education. (F 46382, Oct. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6527 

Oct. 7, 1906. ( F 46160, Oct. 10; 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6588 

Well, Tige we must get rid of this 

teacher. (F 46486, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 22, 1906.) 6529 

Hall room boys. Percy's landscape 
painting makes a hit with the girls. (F 
46485, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 

6530 

Thev almost succeed in l)eing mis- 
taken for real swells. (F 46378, Oct. 
16, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6531 

They discover a new way of saving 

monev and laundry bills. (F 46592, 
Oct. 26, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6532 

They do a line job of artistic paper 

hanging. (F 46311, Oct. 15. 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 6588 

293 



294 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Ameriran-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Hall room boys. They do it on $9.50 

per. They couldn't get to the Billdorf 

on time. (F 46169, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c- 

Oct. 10, 1906. ) 6634 

They go into real estate. (F 46474, 

Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6685 

They help their friend Millionbucks. 

(F 46263, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 
1906. ) 6636 

They perform a perilous feat of 



mountain climbing. (F 46531, Oct. 
24, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 6637 

Happy Hooligan at home. Good for 
vouse, Cousin Waldorf. ( F 46656, Oct. 
29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6638 

in the bosom of his family. (F 

46385, Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 
1906.) 6689 

He can't hide the bunch behind him, — 
the curtain is too thin. (F 46520, Oct. 
23, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906.) 6640 

He wants his rights. Go see Hughes, he 
will get your rights. (F 46594, Oct. 
26, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6641 

Her name was Maud. Their names were 
Pumpernickel and Schwarzhod. (F 
46657, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 

6542 

Issue (The) by T. E. Powers. (F 46521, 
Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906. ) 6643 

John D. spell binding for Hughes. (F 
46313, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

6644 

Just kids. Oh, Mag, ter tink of my being 
named after (jeorge McClellan. (F 
46573, Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906. ) 

6545 

Stumped at last. (F 46652, Oct. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6646 

Katzen jammer kids. Bing! (F 46658, 
Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6647 

Leander is the boss. (F 46386, Oct. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6548 

shows Lulu how to cook! (F 46654, 

Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 6649 

Loose talk. (F 46415, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 6650 

in Brooklyn. (F 46476, Oct. 20, 

1906. 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906.) 6651 

Love will find a way. (F 46192, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 6652 

Mrs. Gurgle. Ha there comes that 

George again. (F 46212, Oct. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 12, 1906. ) 6553 

George: Oh, pshaw! Girls can't run 

at all. (F 46412, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18, 1906. ) 6564 



American-journal-examiner, 
New York, N. Y. 
Lulu and Leander at home. And Lulu 
cooks! (F 46166, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 6555 

Maud is on her way to the Mountain 
House. Oct. 7, 1906. (F 46161, Oct. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6556 

Well, if here ain't Maud! (F 46383, 

Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6557 

Monopoly Lodge campaign auto. (F 
46417, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

6558 
is working hard for Hughes. (F 



46477, Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

6559 
showontour. Presenting the world - 



famed trust midget, "Tim Thumb 
(F 46314, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 
1906.) 6560 

theatre presents the thrilling melo- 



drama "No wedding bells at present.'* 
( F 46266, Oct. 13, 1906; .2 c. Oct. 13, 
1906. ) 6561 

— unanimous. (F 46171, Oct. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6662 

wants this kind of governor! Do 



you? ( F 46484, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
22, 1906.) 6663 

Mr. E. Z. Mark accommodates a neigh- 
bor. (F 46264, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
13, 1906.) 6564 

again assists. (F 46168, Oct. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 6666 

entertains a mystery. (F 46519, 

-Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906.) 6666 

meets a noble. (F 46574, Oct. 25, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906.) 6567 

receives a package collect. ( F 46414, 

Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 6568 

—. — sends a chaser. (F 46377, Oct. 16, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6569 

Mr. Hughes introduces Mr. Sheldon and 
his corporations to Monopoly lodge. 
(F 46265, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 
1906. ) 6570 

Mr. Mark remedies Mrs. Mark's care- 
lessness. (F 46312, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 6571 

No wedding bells for him! Oct. 7, 1906. 
(F 46164, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1906. ) 6572 

Nope! he never was a corporation lawyer I 
and Monopoly lodge will swear to it. 
(F 46173, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 
1906. ) 667S 

Oh, say, can vou see! (F 46487, Oct. 22, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 6674 

Own vour own home — ( F 46617, Oct. 27. 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 27, 1906.) 6675 



ENQBAVlN(i8, CUTS, \ND PHINT8 



296 



Anierican-joumal-examiner, 
New York N. Y. 
Plunderbund ball. (F 46172, Oct. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6576 

saengerfest. ( F 46170, Oct. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 6577 

Problems bv the professor at the D. & O. 
club. (F 46379, Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1906.) 6578 

She came from Monopoly Lodge intelli- 
gence office! (F 46416, Oct. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 6579 

Such is life with a mother-in-law. (F 
46490, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 

6580 

Three to one. (F 46651, Oct. 29, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6581 

Troables of the lover bug. Try a piece 
of this, George. (F 46167, Oct. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906). 6582 

Wall street baby show. (F 46380, Oct. 
16, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6583 

What little Johnny wanted — and — Oct. 
7, 1906. f F 46165, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 6584 

What little Johnny got. (F 46384, 

Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6585 
what little Johnny got. Oct. 21, 



1906. ( F 46489, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
22, 1906.) 6586 

w^hat little Johnny got. Oct. 2K, 



1906. (F 46655, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 29, 1906.) 6587 

Will he bite? by T. E. Powers. (F 46572, 
Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906.) 6588 

Anderson publishing com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
I>e ain't no missin' link. ( F 46123, Oct. 
8, 1906.) 6589 

Mamma's little sweetheart (F 46124, 
Oct. 8, 1906. ) 6590 

Wishin'. (F 46122, Oct. 8, 1906.) 6591 

2 c. each Oct. 9, 1906. 

Armstrong cork company, 
Pittsburg, Pa. 
Isometric drawing showing construction 
of cork board insulation. (F 46394, 
Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 6592 

Art and color company, 
Cleveland. Ohio. 
Opera no. 58. (F 46231, Oct. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 6593 

Ashdown (G. V.), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Love's penaltv. (F 46141, Oct. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 25', 1906.) 6594 

Aspinwall (Lloyd), New 
York, N. Y, 
Seven — twenty-one — seven. 7-21-7. (F 
45897, Sept. 27, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 

6595 



Barrie (George) A son, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. 
Johnson (Andrew). (F 46185, Oct. 11, ' 
1906. ) . 6596 

Sewani ( William Henry ), (F46186, Oct. 
11, 1906.) 6597 

Stevens ( Thaddeus ) . ( F 46184, Oct. 1 1 , 
1906. ) 6598 

Sumner (Oharlw). (F 46183, Oct. 11, 
1906.) 6599 

2 c. each Oct. 11, 1906. 

Bartlett (Alfred), Boston, 
Mass. 
Ble*«ed are the peacemakers for thev 
shall be called the children of (iod. 
( F 4497K, Aug. 17, 1906. ) 6600 

pure in heart for thev shall see God. 

(F 44977, Aug. 17, 1906!) 6601 

2 c. each Aug. 17, 1906. 

Bell (J- P.) company, 
Lvnchlmrg, V'a. 
Bell's music copv book, Xo. 4. ( F 46089, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2' c. Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6602 

Randolph-^Iacon woman's college. Col- 
lege park, Lvnchburg, Va. (F 46088, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6608 

Blanchard, Young & co., 
Providence, R. I. 
Take this lemon and l)eat it, — skidoo. 
(F 46336, Oct. 15, 1906, 2 c. Oct. 6, 
] 906. ) 6604 

Boston post card company, 
Boston, Mass. 
Fish houses, Orrs' Island, Me. ( F 46621, 
Oct. 27, 1906.*) 6605 

From one to another. ( F 46619, Oct. 27. 
1906. ) 6606 

Portland head-light. Me. (F 46620, Oct, 
27, 1906. 6607 

2 c. each Oct. 27, 1906. 

Bowles (Joseph B. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Adventures of Peck's bad boy. Miss 
Gotawad comes to spend the evening. 
(F 46213, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 6608 

Pa, a bear and a barrel. ( F 46214, 

Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906. ) 6609 

Pa meets a dwarf. (F 45790, Sept. 

22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906.) 6610 

Pa sees spirits. (F 45789, Sept. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6611 

Pa takes a walk iit the country. (F 



46004, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

6612 

Brown (S. White), Lone 
Tree, Iowa. 
Lone Tree. (F 46279, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 4, 1906.) 6613 



296 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTKIKH 



Bmwn & Bittelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Daisies. 3} by 4i. (F 46109, Oct. 8, 
1906. ) . 6014 

Dan. 3i by 4i. (F 46106, Oct. 8, 1906) 

6616 

11 by 14 (F 46107, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6616 

General Washingrton at Yorktown. 8 by 
10 (F 46108, Oct. 8, 1906.) 6617 

2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Claf k engraving and printing 
company, Milwaukee, • 
Wis. 
We Germans must hang together side by 
each. (F 46176, Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
4, 1906. ) 6618 

Clayton (Francis Tread way), 

Williamstown, Mass. 

Bardwell house. (F 46046, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6619 

Edge of the original maple grove. (F 

46045, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6620 

View overlooking Sloan's meadows. (F 
46048, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6621 

West College as it appears today. (F 
46047, Oct. 4, 1906.) 6622 

Williamstown as seen on approaching 
North Adams. ( F 46044, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6623 
2 c. each Oct. 4, 1906. 

Cole book company, Atlanta, 
Ga. 
Little Alabama coon from Dixie land. 
(F 45760, Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6624 

Little pickaninny. Greetings from Dixie 
land. (F 45762, Sept. 22, 1906.) 6626 

or black mammv. Greetings from the 
sunny south. ( F 45759, Sept. 22, 1906. ) 

6626 

Patsy Jim Crow. Greetings from **De 
Ian' ob cott'n.'' (F 45757, ^ept. 22, 
1906.) 6627 

Sambo in a watermelon brings greetings 
from Dixie land. (F 45758, Sept. 22, 
1906. ) 6628 

Uncle Remus brings greetings from ** De 
Ian' ob cott'n." (F 45761, Sept. 22, 
1906. ) 6629 

2 c. each Oct. 5, 1906. 

Collier (Barron G. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Laundry no. 1. ( f'46456,* Oct. 20, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6630 

Collier (P. F.) & son. New 
York, N. Y. 
Snipe shooting. (F 46410^ Oct. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 18, 1906. 8631 



Connecticut fire insurance 
company of Hartford, 
Conn., western de- 
partment, Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Cattle— killed by lightning! (F 45961, 
Sept. 28, 1906.) %S32 

Lightning is dangerous to live stock. ( F 
45960, Sept. 28, 1906. ) 6688 

2 c. each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Cooper novelty company, 
Stuy vesant Falls, N. Y.* 
Christmas carols from a b-i-r-d. (F 46403, 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 6684 

His jovful bark is my Christmas greet- 
ing. * (F 46407, Oct. 18, 1906.) 6686 

May your stocking be filled with 

December 25. ( F 46402, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

6686 

Merrv Christmas and Happy New Year 
and many of 'em. (F 46400, Oct. 18, 
1906. ) 6637 

Merry Xmas quartet. ( F 46408, Oct. 18, 
1906.) 6688 

Modem yule log. The season's heartiest 
greetings. (F 46406, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

6639 

Season's heartiest greetings. (F 46401, 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 6640 

loving wishes. (F 46404, Oct. 18, 

1906. ) 6641 

usual jolly "A merry Christmas." 

(F 46405, Oct. 18, 1906.) 6642 

My little wireless Christmas greeting. 
(F 46409, Oct. 18, 1906.) 6648 

2 c. each Oct. 18, 1906. 

Craft press, New York, 
N. Y. 
Man in the moon. (F 46389, Oct. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 1906.) 6844 

Skunk (A) sat on a stump. (F 46418, 
Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 6645 

Crest trading company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Be sure an' come nex* Thursday night. 
(F 46425, Oct. 19, 1906.) 6846 

De point am dis. (F 46433, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 

6647 

Dere'll be considerable doin'. (F 46436, 

Oct. 19, 1906.) 6648 

Dere's no use denvin'. (F 46435, Oct. 
19, 1906. ) ' 6649 

Don' fail to git to de Opera House on 
time Friday night. (F 46424, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 6660 

Git in line an' don' miss de big minstrel 
show. ( F 46438, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 6651 

How kin yo' doubt. (F 46434, Oct. 19, 
1906. ) 6652 



ENORAVIlTttS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



297 



Crest trading company, New 

York, N. Y. 
I hab de honor. ( F 46432, Oct 19, 1906. ) 

6668 

Tse anticipatin' de pleasure. (F 46429, 

Oct. 19, 190t>.) 6664 

Tee holdin' my own. (F 46437, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 6666 

Jes as I was sayin. (F 46427, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 6666 

Le* me say right vere. ( F 46431, Oct. 19, 
1906. ) 6667 

No use a kickin'. (F 46426, Oct. 19, 
1906. ) 6668 

Taint no use to argufy. ( F 46430, Oct. 19, 
1906. ) 6669 

We'll be at de Opera House Thursday 
night fo' sure. ( F 46439, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 

6660 

We*8 lookin' forward wid much pleasure. 
(F 46428, Oct. 19, 1906.) 6661 

2 c. each Oct. 18, 1906. 

Dawson pharmacal com- 
pany, Dawson Springs, 
Ky. 
Arcadia park. Nos. 1, 2 dc 3. (F 45968- 
45970, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6668 

By water to Happy Hollow park. (F 
45972, Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6668 

Fishing in Tradewater. (F 45973, Sept. 
15, 1906.) 6664 

Looking out of Saltpeter cave. ( F 45967, 
Sept. 15, 1906. ) 6666 

Near entrance to Saltpeter cave. (F 
45966, Sept. 15, 1906.) 8666 

New Century hotel. (F 45971, Sept. 15, 
1906.) 6667 

2 c. each Sept. 15, 1906. 

Dennis (John A.), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Rose calendar design. (F 46247, Oct. 
11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906. ) 6668 

Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Among the pines, Shelburne farms, near 
Burlington, Vt. 6678. (F 46114, Sept. 
28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) 6669 

Brooklyn bridge. New York. 8997. (F 
46259, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906. ) 

6670 

Central park and Temple Beth-el, New 
York. 8945. (F 46256, Oct 13, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 6671 

Cityhall, Boston, Mass. 7569. (F 46253, 
Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906. ) 6672 

Troy,N. Y. 10111. (F46118, Sept. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) 6673 

Utica, N. Y. 9408. (F 4611 6, Sept. 

28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) 6674 



Detroit publishing company, 

Detroit, Mich. 

College street and Osbom hall, Yale ool- 

lege, New Haven, Conn. 10209. (F 

46119, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 

1906. ) 6676 

Confeilerate Memorial Hall, New Orleans, 

La. 8:^83. (F 46442, Oct. 19, 1906; 

. 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906. ) 6676 

Cotton for export. 9068. ( F 46444, Oct. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 6677 

Couple of mermaids. 8792. (F 46254, 
Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906. ) 6678 

El Capitan, Yosemite valley, Cal. 6129. 
(F 46221, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 12, 
1906. ) 6679 

Glacier Point and South Dome, Yosemite 
valley, Cal. 7335. ( F 46225, Oct. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 6680 

Grand (*entral station. New York. 8992. 
(F 46257, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 
1906.) 6681 

High school, Troy, N. Y. 10110. (F 
46117, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1906. ) 6688 

Holvoke dam, Holyoke, Mass. (F 

46649, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

6688 

Lake Champlain from Burlington, Vt. 

10178. (F 46262, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 13, 1906. ) 6684 

Los Banos, San Diego, Cal. 5150. (F 
46218, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 

6686 
Marble quarrv, near Rutland, Vt. (F 

46650, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

6686 

6670. (F 46648, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 29, 1906. ) 6687 

Margaret monument, New Orleans, La. 
8384. (F 46443, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 19, 1906.) 6688 

Minnehaha falls. 9495. (F 46261, Oct. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 6689 

Mirror lake, Yosemite valley, Cal. 6133. 
(F 46223, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 6690 

Old Jackson house, Portsmouth, N. H. 
6569. (F 46647, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 29, 1906.) 6691 

Point Ivonia, San Diego, Cal. 6113. (F 
46220, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 6698 

Post office, New York. 9263. ( F 46260, 
Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906. ) 6693 

Ramona's marriage place, San Diego, 
Cal. 5514. (F 46219, Oct. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 12, 1906. ) 6694 

South Dome and Washington Column, 
Yosemite Valley, Cal. (F 46227, Oct. 
12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 6696 



298 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Staginjj on Fifth ave., New York. 8987. 
(F 46115, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1906. ) 6696 

Summit avenue, St. Paul, Minn. 8924, 
(F 46255, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 
1906.) 6697 

Sunset from the battery, New York. 
8995. (F 46258, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
13,1906.) 6698 

Sweet Water dam, San Diego, Cal. 9652. 
(F 46226, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 6699 

Three Brothers, Yosemite valley, Cal. 

^ 6132. (F 46222, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 12, 1906.) 6700 

Vernal falls, Yosemite valley, Cal. 7337. 
(F 46224, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 6701 

Wayside inn, Sudbury, Mass. 5571. (F 
46113, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 
1906.) 6702 

Whaleback light, Portsmouth, N. H. 
6334. (F 46646, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 29, 1906.) 6703 

Devare (Elizabeth Petersen 
Pr.), New York, N. Y. 

Mystery of the Bible. Abel. (F 46052, 
Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6704 

Adam. (F 46049, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6705 
Eve. ( F 46050, Oct. 4, 1906. ) 6706 

Cain. (F46051,Oct. 4, 1906.) 6707 

2 c. each Oct. 4, 1906. 

Dwiggins (Clare V.), New 
York, N. Y. 

Which? ( F 46388, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
10, 1906. ) 6708 

Dykeman (L. A.), Kirk- 
wood, N. Y. 

New York conference seminary. Char- 
ts lotteville, N. Y. (F 46455, Oct. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906.) 6709 

Elliott (Chas. H. ) company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 

Wisdom Strength Beauty. ( F 46156, Oct. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6710 

Empire novelty company, 
Boston, Mass. 

Christmas & New Year greetings. (F 
46421; Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 

6711 

Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 

Baker university, Baldwin, Kans. 121. 
(F 46461, Oct.* 20, 1906. ) 6712 

Centennial high school, Pueblo, Colo. 
123. (F 46465, Oct. 20, 1906.) 6713 



Ewart (Wm. Earl), Topeka, 
Kans. 
Colorado college, Colorado Springs, Colo. 
122. (F 46464, Oct. 20, 1906.) 6714 

Dartmouth college, Hanover, N. H. 105. 
( F 46469, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6716 

Iowa state college, Ames, Iowa. 118. 
(F 46460, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6716 

Manual training high school, Indianapo- 
lis, Ind. 128. ( F 46467, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

6717 

Kansas City, Mo. 66. (F 46462, 

Oct. 20, 1906.) 6718 

Shortridge high school, Indianapolis, 
Ind. 127. (F 46466, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

6719 

Smith college, Northampton, Mass. 115. 
(F 46463, Oct. 20, 1906.) 6720 

Williams college, Williamstown, Mass. 
60. (F 46468, Oct. 20, 1906.) 6721 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 

Farmers' insurance company. 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 
Farmer's pride. (F 46179, Oct. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 6722 

Fiss, Doerr & Carroll horse com- 
pany. New York, N. Y. 
Auction mart, interior view. (F 45640, 
Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 6723 

Fitch (Francis E. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Income values and quotation record 
bonds, cover design. (F 46053, Oct. 1, 
1906 :2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6724 

Foster (Edward Morse), 
Waltham, Mass. 
Souvenir of Waltham watch co., Waltham, 
Mass. ( F 46146, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
9,1906.) 6726 

Frey ( Edward ) , College Point, 
N. Y. 
Greetings from College Point. Series B. 
1, 2 & 3. ( F 46206-46208, Oct. 11, 1906; 
2 c. each Oct. 2, 1906.) 6726 

Friedlander (S. H.), Port- 
land, Oreg. 

Oaks (The) The Coney Island of the west. 
Portland, Oreg. U. S. A. (F 45690, 
Sept. 19, 1906; 2 c. July 23, 1906. ) 8727 

Frogpond novelty company, 
Sanford, Me. 
All that is, I am. What I am not, ain't. 
(F 46396, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 
1906. ) 672S 

Gahm (Adolph C. ) <& Marie 

( Leon L. ), United States 

of America. 

First Unitarian church, Cambridge. (F 

46440, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 6729 

Harvard Square, 1870. (F 46441, Oct. 
19, 1906.) 6730 

2 c. each Oct. 19, 1906. 



ENQBAVINaS, CUTd, AND PBINTS 



299 



Gooch-Croeby eompaDy, Roa- 
noke, Va. 
Gen. Robert E. liCe, on Traveler. (F 
40833, Mar. 29, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 28, 
1906. ) 6731 

Gottschalk (John J.), Taun- 
ton, Ma88. 
Cause of the Chicago fire, 1871 . (F 46579, 
Oct. 26, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 6788 

Graham (Ira L. ), Payne, 
Ohio. 
Six ears of corn in pile. (F 46027, Oct. 
3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 6788 

Grand fraternity, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Grand fraternity. The beacon light of 
the fraternal system. (F 46577, Oct. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6784 

Gutmann & Gutmann, New 
York, N. Y. 
Please go wav and let nie sleep. (F 
46629, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

6785 

Hall (J. H.) Jr., Portsmouth, 

Va. 

Jamestown exposition souvenir post card. 

(F 46580, Oct. 26, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 

1906. ) 6736 

Hammon ( V. O. ) pub. com- 
pany, Chicaj^o, 111. 
Cubs (The). (F 46120, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6737 

White Sox (The). (F 46121, Oct. 8, 

1906 ) 6788 

2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Harper & brothers. New 
York, N. Y. 
First apparition. Macbeth! Macbeth! 
beware Macduff. Act IV: Scene I. 
(F 45563, Sept. 14, 1906.) 6789 

Lady Macbeth: A kind ^ood night to all. 
Act III: Scene IV. (F 45564, Sept. 14, 
1906. ) 6740 

Macbeth & Lady Macbeth Lady Mac;- 
beth — Infirm of purpose: Give me the 
daggers. Act II.: Scene II. (F 45566, 
Sept. 14, 1906. ) 6741 

Macbeth. There's blood upon thy face. 
Act III : Scene IV. ( F 45565, Sept. 14, 
1906. ) 6742 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 

Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, Ga. 

Brer Rabbit and the barbecuas. Oct. 28, 
1906. ( F 46630, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
29, 1906. ) 6743 

and the gold ndne. (F 45591, Sept. 

15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 6744 

finds the moon in the mill pond. 

(F 46128, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6746 



Harris (Joel Chandler), At- 
lanta, (ra. 
Brer Rabbitt gets Hrer Fox a boss. (F 
45S:i<i, Sept. 24, 19(Mi; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6746 

helps Brer Fox. Si^pt. 30, 1906. (F 

46012, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

6747 

How Mr. Lion lost bin wool. (F 



46498, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 

6748 

Mr. No-Claws-Mo-Clawp. ( F 45029, 

Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 

6749 

Hart (Francis A.), (ireen 
Mountain Falls, Colo. 

(ireen Mountain Falls. (F 45962, Aug. 
14, 1906, 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 6760 

Hart, SchaffnerA Marx, Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Between the dances. (F 46026, Oct. 3, 
19(m; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 6761 

Harvev ( Fred ), Kansas City, 
Mo. 

File of (4anado. 9996. (F 46230, Oct. 
12, 1906.) 6762 

Hotel El Tovar, Grand Can von of Ari- 
zona. 8797. ( F 46228, Oct. J 2, 1906. ) 

6768 

Indian building, Albuquerque, N. M. 
9903. (F 46229, Oct. 12, 1906.) 6764 

2 c. each Oct. 12, 1906. 

Haskell (\V. L.), Chicago, 
111. 

Heroes of the Bible. (F 46499, Oct. 22, 
1906. ) 6766 

Women of the Bible. ( F 46500, Oct. 22, 
1906.) 6766 

2 c. each Oct. 22, 1906. 

Heal (W. S.), New York, 
N. Y. 

I wonder. (F 46083, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 6, 1906.) 6767 

Merry Christmas. (F 46252, Oct. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 6768 

Mixing it up. (F 46591, Oct. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6769 

Hcllmuth (Charles), New 
York, N. Y. 

Hellmuth's primary color combination 
chart. (F 46066, Oct. 2, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 2, 1906.) 6760 

Hollander (Joseph), Nor- 
folk, Va. 

Beware! This man was hanged for say- 
ing the Exposition would not open on 
time, April 26, 1907. (F 46154, Oct. 
10, 1906; 2c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6761 



800 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Horney & Chapman, Chilli- 
cothe, Ohio. 
East Main street, Chillicothe, O. (F 
46471, Oct. 20, 1906.) 0762 

Marzluff 's hill, Chillicothe, O. ( F 46472, 
Oct. 20, 1906.) 6768 

St. Paul's, Chillicothe, O. ( F 46470, Oct. 
20, 1906.) 6764 

Western school building, Chillicothe, O. 
(F 46473, Oct. 20, 1906.) 6766 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 

Illustrated post card and 

novelty company, New 

York, N. Y. 

Agnes. (F 46360, Oct. 16^ 1906.) 6766 

Annie. (F 46338, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6767 

Bob. ( F 46355, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6768 

Brother's greetings. (F 46366, Oct. 16, 
1906. ) 6769 

Charlie. (F 46344, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6770 

Daisy. (F 46365, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6771 

Dick. (F 46353, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6772 

Dolly. (F 46357, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6778 

Edna. (F 46345, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6774 

Ellen. (F 46351, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6775 

Fanny. ( F 46346, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6776 

Fred. (F 46372, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6777 

George. (F 46343, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6778 

Gladys. ( F 46362, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6779 

Good luck. (F 46367, Oct. 16, 1906.) 

6780 

Greetings from father. ( F 46361, Oct. 16, 
1906.) 6781 

Jack. (F 46354, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6782 

James. (F 46359, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6783 

Jim. (F 46363, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6784 

Joe. (F 46342, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6786 

Kisses. (F 46348, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6786 

Lizzie. (F 46341, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6787 

lx)ve. (F 46350, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6788 

Mabel. (F 46369, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6789 

Madge. (F 46368, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6790 

Mary. (F 46364, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6791 

Maude. ( F 46371 , Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6792 

May. (F 46370, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6793 

My pet. (F 46340, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6794 

Nelly. (F 46352, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6795 

Rose. (F 46356, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6796 

Sweetheart. (F 46349, Oct. 16, 1906.) 

6797 

Tom. (F 46339, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6798 

Violet. (F 46358, Oct. 16, 1906.) 6799 

Welcome. ( F 46347, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 

6800 
2 c. each Oct. 16, 1906. 



International text-book com- 
pany, Scranton, Pa. 
Color shading. ( F 46147, Oct. 9, 1906. ) 

6801 

Inscription design. (F 46148, Oct. 9, 
1906. ) 6802 

2 c. each Oct. 9, 1906. 

Jones (Clyde), Saginaw, 
N C 
Beach mountain. (F 46399, Oct. 18, 
1906. ) 8808 

Grahdfather mountain. (F 46451, Oct. 
18, 1906. ) 6804 

Upper Linville falls. (F 46398, Oct. 18, 
1906.) 6805 

2 c. each Oct. 18, 1906. 

Kern (Frank L.), Riverside, 
Iowa. 
Kern trellis system of tomato culture. ( F 
46020, Sept. 21, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 

68d6 

Klopsch (liOuis), New York, 
N. Y. 
Now I lav me down to sleep. (F 46284, 
Oct. 15|l906.) 6807 

Our Father which art in Heaven. (F 
46283, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 6808 

2 c. each Oct. 19, 1906. 

Lane (E. C), New York, 
N. Y. 
There*s a man in the house. (F 46031, 
Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 6809 

Leach ^ Dixie Washington), 
Raleigh, N. C. 
Flags of the Confederacy. ( F 46033, Oct. 
3, 1906.) 6810 

Lee centennial memorial. ( F 46034, Oct. 
3,1906.) 6811 

2 c. each Oct. 3, 1906. 

Lieder (Louis F. S. ), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
You ainH short, are you? (F 46395, Oct 
18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 6812 

Lum (Bertha), Minneapolis, 
Minn. 

Lanterns. (F 46086, Oct. 6, 1906.) 6818 

0-Koto-San. (F 46087, Oct. 6, 1906.) 

6814 
2 c. each Oct. 6, 1906. 

Moffat, Yard & co.. New 
York, N. Y. 
American beauties. (F 46102, Oct. 8, 
1906.) 6815 

Army girl. ( F 46097, Oct. 8, 1^06. ) 6816 

At the opera. ( F 46094, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6817 

Canoe mates. ( F 46100, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

8818 

Dance. (F 46098, Oct. 8, 1906.) 6819 



ENGKAVING8, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



801 



Moffat, Yard & co., New 

York, N. Y. 

Debutante. ( F 46095, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 6820 

Excess baggage. ( F 46103, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6881 

Gathering arbutus. (F 46099, Oct, 8, 

1906.) 6888 

Golf girl. ( F 46096, Oct. 8, 1806. ) 6888 

Mistletoe. (F 46091, Oct. 8, 1906.) 6884 

Modem William Tell. (F 46105, Oct. 8, 
1906.) 6886 

On the beach. (F 46092, Oct. 8, 1906.) 

6826 
Teasing girl. (F 46093, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6887 
Veritable queen. (F 46104, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6888 
Water lilies. (F 46101, Oit. 8, 1906.) 

6889 
2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Nash (Edgar S.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Old Irish homestead. (F 46578, Oct. 23, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 1906.) 6880 

New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany) , Jersey City, 
N. J. 
And they get money for this. ( F 46058, 
Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 6831 

Comicks. (F 46035, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1906. ) 6838 

Composite animal. (F 45863, Sept. 25, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1906.) 6833 

Dream of the rarebit fiend. Sept. 15, 
1906. (F 45625, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906. ) 6834 

Sept. 20, 1906. (F 45779, Sept. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906.) 6835 

Sept. 22, 1906. (F 45856, Sept. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 6886 

Sept. 27, 1906. ( F 45975, Sept. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906. ) 6837 

Sept. 29, 1906. (F 46018, Oct. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6838 

Oct. 6, 1906. (F 46139, Oct. 8, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 6839 

Oct. 11, 1906. (F 46211, Oct. 12, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906. ) 6840 

Oct. 13, 1906. (F 46315, Oct. 15, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6841 

Oct. 18, 1906. (F 46480, Oct. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6842 

Oct. 20, 1906. (F 46483, Oct. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 6843 

Oct. 25, 1906. ( F 46595, Oct. 26, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6844 

Oct. 27, 1906. (F 46661, Oct. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6845 



New York evening telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
^ . «j . 

What do you want to do that foi^ 

(F 46075, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1906. ) 

6846 

Fun with the fnnv ones. (F 46575, Oct. 

25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906.) 6847 

Fuss of fur and feather?. ( F 45725, Sept. 
20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 1906.) 6848 

His inquiring mind. ( F 45974, Sept. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906.) 6848 

How the new miniature hat looks on 
pome pompadours. (F 46210, Oct. 12, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 6850 

It*8 great to be crazv. ( F 45622, Si^pt. 
17, 190(5; 2 c. Sept.'l7, 1906.) 6851 

Kids. I)on*t you wish vou were a man? 
(F 45855, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6858 

Moving picture on the Rialto. ( F 46138, 

Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906. ) 6858 

Pa Piiddinhead. Sept. 14, 1906. (F 

45623, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 

1906.) 6864 

Sept. 19, 1906. ( F 45727, Sept. 20. 

190(); 2 c. Sept. 20, 1906.) 6866 
Sept. 21, 1906. (F 45778, Sept. 22, 

1909; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 6856 

Sept. 26, 1906. (F 45959, Sept. 28, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) 6867 

Sept. 28, 1906. (F 46016, Oct. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6858 

Oct. 3, 1906. (F 46059, Oct. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 6859 

Oct. 5, 1906. (F 4()140, Oct. 8, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 6860 

Oct. 17, 1906. (F 46422, Oct. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 6861 

Oct. 19, liK)6. (F 46479, Oct. 20, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6862 

Pilgrim's projrress. Sept. 18, 1906. (F 
45726, Sept. 20, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 20, 
1906. ) 6863 

Sept. 25, 1906. (F 45901, Sept. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906.) 6864 

Oct. 9, 1906. (F 46174, Oct. 9, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 6865 

Oct. 16, 1906. (F 46392, Oct. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 1906.) 6866 
Oct. 23, 1906. (F 46534, Oct. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 6867 
by Mister Bunion. Oct. 2, 1906. 

( F 46060, Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906. ) 

6868 
Rising generation and others. (F 46017, 

Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6869 

Ruminations on the road. (F 46151, Oct. 
9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 6870 

Sum kidz and otherz. (F 45958, Sept. 
28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) 6871 



302 



CATALOG UlC OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



-New York eveninj? telegram 
(New York herald com- 
pany), Jersey City, 
N.J. 
Temperance tale of the Red Dog country. 
(F 46535, Oct. 24, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 
1906. ) 6872 

Ventriloquial Vag. Sept. 24, 1906. (F 
45864, Sept. 25, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1906. ) 

687S 

Oct. 1, 1906. (F 46036, Oct. 3, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 6874 

Oct. 8, 1906. ( F 46150, Oct. 9, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 6876 

Oct. 15, 1906. (F 46387, Oct. 16, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6876 

Oct. 22, 1906. (F 46536, Oct. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 6877 

Oct. 24, 1906 (F 46576, Oct. 25, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906.) 6878 

Oct. 26, 1906. (F 46660, Oct. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 6879 

Youngsters. Sept. 15, 1906. (F 45624, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

6880 

Zig-zagged from the Zoo zone. ( F 46015, 
Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6881 

New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
And walked off with Henry. (F 45756, 
Sept. 21, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 

6882 

Buster Brown. Sept. 23, 1906. (F 

45461 , Sept. 11, 1906; 2c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 

6883 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 45674, Sept. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6884 

Oct. 7, 1906. (F 45853, Sept. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 6886 

Oct. 14, 1906. ( F 45978, Sept. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6886 

Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46271, Oct. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906. ) 6887 

Feminine fancies. Sept. 23, 1906. (F 
45755, Sept. 21, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6888 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 45903, Sept. 27, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6889 

Oct. 7, 1906. (F 46061, Oct. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 8, 1906. ) 6890 

Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46391, Oct. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906. ) 6891 

Ham Burr is in love, so is Pussy North. 

(F 46533, Oct. 24, 1906; 2 c. *Oct. 26, 

1906. ) 6892 

Ham's Burr's fun. The adventurer. (F 

46062, Oct. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 

6893 
Little Nemo in Slumberland. Sept. 23, 

1906. (F 45460, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 24, 1906. ) 6894 
Sept. 30, 1906. ( F 45675, Sept. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6896 



New York herald company, 
Jersey City, N. J. 
Little Nemo in Slumberland. Oct. 7, 
1906. (F 45854, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 8, 1906. ) 6896 

Oct. 14, 1906. ( F 45979, Sept. 29. 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6897 

Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46270, Oct. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6898 

Little Sammy Sneeze. Sept. 23, 1906. (F 
45456, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906.) 6899 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 45679, Sept. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6900 

Oct. 7, 1906. (F 45850, Sept. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 6901 

Oct. 14, 1906. (F 45977, Sept. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6902 

Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46269, Oct. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6903 

Naughty gnomes and Jack and the bean 
stalk. Oct. 14, 1906. (F 45980, Sept. 
29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6904 

awaken Little Boy Blue. Oct. 7, 

1906. (F 45852, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 8, 1906. ) 6906 

meet little Red Riding Hood. Sept. 



23, 1906. (F 45458, Sept. 11, 1906, 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1906.) 6906 

steal Mr. Jack-in-the-Box. Sept. 30, 



1906. (F 45677, Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 1, 1906.) 6907 

Pretty soon I had Henry guessing. (F 
45902, Sept. 27, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906. ) 

6008 

Terrors of the Tiny Tads; Sept. 23, 1906. 
(F 45459, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 6909 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 45676, Sept. 18, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 6910 

Oct. 7, 1906. (F 45851, Sept. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 6911 



Oct. 14, 1906. (F 45981, Sept. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6912 

Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46267, Oct. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 6913 

Wish twins and Aladdin's lamp. Sept. 
23, 1906. ( F 45457, Sept. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1906.) 6914 

Oct. 7. 1906. (F 45849, Sept. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 6916 



Oct. 14, 1906. (F 45976, Sept. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6916 

Oct. 28, 190«. (F 46268, Oct. 13, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 1906. ) 6917 

Yodels of the young ones. (F 45780, 
Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906.) 

6918 



ENORA VINOS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



808 



New York times, New York, 
N. Y. 
Some impressions of the passing show. 
Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45728, Sept. 20, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1906.) 6919 

Sept. 23, 1906. (F 45862, Sept. 25, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6920 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 46019, Oct. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 6921 

Oct. 7, 1906. (F 461 75, Oct. 10, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 6922 

Oct. 14, 1906. (F 46423, Oct. 19, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 6928 

by Hv Mayer. Oct. 21, 1906. (F 

46537, Oct. 24, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906. ) 

6924 

North American company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. 
Little Growling Bird in Windego Land. 
Oct. 7, 1906. (F 46149, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 
c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 6925 

Osborne company. New York, 
N. Y. 
Extra rations. 1, 3J x 4i. 2, 6 x 9. 
3, 8J X lOJ. (F 46215-46217, Oct. 12, 
1906. 2 c. each Oct. 12, 1906.) 6926 

January. ( F 46507, Oct. 23, 1906. ) 6927 

February. ( F 46508, Oct. 23, 1906. ) 

6928 
March. (F 46509, Oct. 23, 1906.) 6929 

April. (F 46510, Oct. 23, 1906.) 6980 

May. (F 46511, Oct. 23, 1906.) 6981 

June. (F 46512, Oct. 23, 1906.) 6982 

July. (F 46513, Oct. 23, 1906.) 6988 

August. (F 46514, Oct. 23, 1906. ) 6984 

September. (F 46515, Oct. 23, 1906. ) 

6985 
October. (F 46516, Oct. 23, 1906.) 6986 

November. (F 46517, Oct. 23, 1906.) 
* 6937 

December. (F 46518, Oct. 23, 1906.) 

6938 
2 c. each Oct. 23, 1906. 

Ottenheimer (I. & M.), 
Baltimore, Md. 
New temainal railroad station, Washing- 
ton, D. C. (F 46375, Sept. 28, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 27, 1906. ) 6989 

Page ( Chas. N. ) , Des Moines, 
Iowa. 
Pleasant home with parrots and gold fish 
to amuse the children. (F 46182, Oct. 
11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 6940 

Palmer (Chas.), Hampton, 
Va. 
Negro exhibit. (F 46376, Oct. 16, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 16, 1906. ) 6941 



Parrott (J. S.), Waterloo, 

Iowa. 

Cozy corner. (F 46181, Oct. 11, 1906.) 

6949 
Last load. (F 46180, Oct. 11, 1906.) 6948 

Perry Mason company, Bos- 
ton, Mass. 
Youth's companion desk calendar for 
1906. (F 37767, Dec. 15, 1905; 2 c. 
Dec. 15, 1905.) 6944 

Peter Parley company. New 
York, N. Y. 
Clutching the dollars. ( F 46452, Oct. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 27, 1906.) 6945 

Plant (P. J.), Washington, 
D. C. 

Parade on Pennsylvania ave., Washing- 
ton, D. (\ (F 46157, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1906. ) 6946 

Rose company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
D'Orsay (Lawrance). (F 46137, Oct. 8, 
1906.) 6947 

Edeson (Rol)ert). ( F 46136, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

6948 
2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Rosenberg (Albert), Balti- 
more, Md. 
Water motor or faucet motor. ( F 46249, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906.) 

6949 

Salomonsky (B. F.), Nor- 
folk, Va. 
Historical arts, Administration, History, 
Jamestown Ex})Ositi()n, Norfolk, Va. 
(F 46145, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 25, 
1906. ) 6960 

Schaefer (C. H. B.), Chi- 
cago, III. 
Phonetic letters. (F 46090, Aug. 31, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 6951 

Sheahan (M. T.), Brookline, 

Be good. (F 46081, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 6, 1906.) 6952 

Blessed be Heaven. (F 46505, Oct. 23, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906. ) 6968 

Cheer up see the great play. (F 45892, 
Sept. 26, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 26, 1906.) 

6964 

How e'er it be. (F 46503, Oct. 23, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 23, 1906. ) 6965 

I argue not. ( F 46506, Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 23, 1906. ) 6966 

Little tots' prayer. (F 46282, Oct. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 6967 

0, wad some power. ( F 46504, Oct. 23, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906.) 6958 

Trust. (F 46082, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
6, 1906. ) 6959 



304 



catalogue: of copyright entbies 



SheahftH (M. T, ), BrookliuQ, 
Mass. 
We^k low spirit. (F 4650X, Oct. 23, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906.) 6960 

Yoa can't tell how big %h^ circus ia going 

to be. ( F 46502, Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 

23, 1906.) 6961 

Shell view syndicate, New 
York, N. Y. 
AHentown in a nutshell. (F 46419, Oc^t. 
19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 19Q6. ) 6962 

Smith & Sweeney, Salem, 
111. 
Bryan's birthplace, Salem, 111. ( F 45506, 
Aug. 30, 1906. ) 6968 

W. J. Bryan's homestead, Salem, 111. 
(F 45505, Aug. 30, 1906.) 6964 

2 c. each Oct. 18, 1906. 

Sonnenburg (Charles Edward), 
Baltimore, Md. 
Birthplace of Maryland Jr. O. D. A. M. 
(F 46152, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 6966 

Souvenir letter company. 
New York N. Y. 
Hot air club. (F 46i87* Oct. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 25, 1906. ) 6966 

Spanell art company, Bos- 
ton IVIafifl 
Music lesson. (f'46250,* Sept. 29, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 12, 1906.) 6967 

Stiles (Chas. L.), Columbus, 
Ohio. 
Ideal group of Aberdeen Angus. (F 
46587, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 6968 

short horns. (F 46588, Oct. 26, 

1906. ) 6969 

Herefords. ( F 46589, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 

6970 

polled Durhams. ( F 46590, Oct. 26, 

1906. ) 6971 

2 c. each Oct. 26, 1906. 

Stocoum (R. H.), Los An- 
geles, Cal. 
Arrowhead, Mt. 1. (F 46540, Oct. 24 
1906. ) 6972 

Bathing, La Jolla, Cal. 24. (F 46563, 
Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6973 

Bougain villea. 30. (F 46569, Oct. 24, 
1906. ) 6974 

Bonnie Brae & 9th st., Los Angeles. 29. 
( F 46568, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6975 

California hospital. 31. (F 46570, Oct. 
24, 1906. ) 6976 

Caves, La Jolla, Cal. 14. (F 46553, Oct. 
24, 1906.) 6877 

Central park, Los Angeles. 13. (F 
46552, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6978 



Stocoum (R. H.), I^s Ao- 
geles, Cal. 
Chester place, Los Angeles. 32. (F 
46571, Oct. 24, 1906. ) W7« 

Court, Hotel del Corouada 7. (F 
46546, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6980 

Eagle rock, Los Angeles. 2. (F 46541, 
Oct 24, 1906. ) 6&81 

Eastlake park, Los Angeles. ^7. (F 
46566, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6982 

28. ( F 46567, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6883 

Giant pepper tree, Santa Anna, Orange 
CO., Cal. 4. (F 46543, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 

6984 

Hotel del CoroQado. 5. (F 46544, Oct. 
24, 1906. ) 6985 

6. (F 46545, Oct. 24, 19Q6.) 6986 

Old mission valley, Cal. ^9. (F 46558, 
Oct 24, 1906.) 6887 

(down the valley) 20. (F 46559, 

Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6988 

Old prospector and explorer. 3. (F 
46542, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 6989 

Old San Diego mission & Indian school, 
15. (F 46554, Oct 24, 1906.) 6990 

Oldest palm in Cal. 16. (F 46555, Oct 
24, 1906.) 6991 

Ostri(!h chicks, Bentley's ostrich farm, 
San Diego, Cal. 22. (F 46561, Oct 

24, 1906.) 6992 

Ostriches, Bentley's ostrich farm, San 
Diego, Cal. 21. (F 46560, Oct. 24, 
1906. ) 6988 

Palm drive, Westlake park. 10. (F 
46549, Oct 24, 1906. ) 6984 

Palm walk, Eastlake park, Los Angeles. 
26. (F 46565, Oct 24, 1906.) 6995 

Polytechnic high school, Los Angeles. 
17. (F 46556; Oct 24, 1906. ) 6996 

Ruins of Cathedral Rock, La Jolla, Cal. 

25. (F 46564, Oct 24, 1906.) 6997 

Spring St, Los Angeles. 23. (F 46562, 
Oct. 24, 1906.) 6998 

State normal school. 12. (F 46551, Oct 
24, 1906. ) 6999 

Surf and Pt. Loma. 8. (F 46547, Oct 
24, 1906.) 7000 

W. Adams st, Los Angeles. 18. (F 
46557, Oct. 24, 1906.) 7001 

Westlake park. 11. (F 46550, Oct 24, 
1906. ) 7002 

Los A ngeles. 9. ( F 46548, Oct. 24, 

1906. ) 7008 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Stoddard (S. R.), Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 
Christ church, Methodist Episcopal, 
Glens Falls, N. Y. (F 46209, Oct. 12 
1906; 2 c. Oct 10, 1906.) 70.04 



EKOBAVINOa CUTS, AND PRINTS 



SOS 



Storck (Ferd). Butler, N. J. 
At the station, Butler, N. J. 9.07 mail 
train ready for N. Y. (F 46156, Oct. 
10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 7006 

Sutcliffe (John B.), Hol- 
yoke, Mass. * 

Ch^^ch of Our Lady of the Rosary. Rec- 
tory. Rosary parish school. Holvoke, 
Mass. ( F 46127, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
8, 1906. ) 7006 

Tammen (H. H.), Denver, 

Colo. 

Cbeer up. 925. ( F 46297, Oct. 1 , 1906. ) 

7067 

Evervthing comes to him who hustles. 

904'. (F 46305, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 7008 

Here's rest for the weary. 894. (F 
46289, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7000 

Here's to a long life. 896. (F 46298, 
Oct. 1,1906.) 7010 

all of us. 905. (F 46288, Oct. 1, 

1906.) 7011 

love and unit v. 911. (F 46293, 

Oct. 1, 1906.) ' 7012 

our wives. 915. (F 46295, Oct. 1, 

1906.) 7018 

our wives and sweethearts. 914. 

(F 46286, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7014 

the girl who is strictly in it. 897. 

(F 46301, Oct. 1, 1. 06. ) 7016 

the happiest days of my life. 895. 

(F 46302, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7016 

the temperance supper. 902. (F 

46307, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7017 

the wife who doesn't sit up. 906. 

(F 46290, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7018 

I certainly do miss the children. 926. 
(F 46299, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7019 

I'm doing a few easy things. 877. (F 
46303, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7020 

I send you this pair of drawers. 923. 
(F 46304, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 7021 

May the devil cut the toes off our foes. 
899. (F 46309, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7022 

May the pleasures of youth. 913. (F 
46294, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 7023 

Mav we all come to peaceful ends. 909. 
(F 46287, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7024 

May we drown our sorrow. 903. (F 

46291, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7026 

May you never make matrimony a mat- 
ter of monev. 885. (F 46308, Oct. 1, 
1906. ) ' 7026 

May your children have rich parents. 
901. (F 46306, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7027 

Nothing can come between us. 859. ( F 

46292, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7028 

To ouF absent friends. 916. (F 46296, 
Oct. 1,1906.) 7029 



Tammen (H. H.), Denver, 
(^olo. 
To our absent friends. Fathers' sweet- 
hearts. 912. (F 46285, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 

7080 

Water, water, everywhere, 924. (F 

46300, Oct. 1, 1906.) 7081 

Woman, she needs no eulogy. 900. ( F 
46316. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7088 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Terhune (i'xlward H.), 
Rutherford, N. J. 
Little snowflake. (F 45890, Sept. 26, 
HK)6.) 7088 

Universe (The ) in a nutshell. ( F 45888, 
Sept. 26, 1906. ) 7084 

Wavside (The) spring. (F 45889, Sept. * 
26, 1906.) 7086 

2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Thomas (Ira A. ), Hallstead, 
Pa. 
Looking up Susquehanna river from Erie 
tracks, Lanesboro. 407. (F 46626, 
Oct. 29, 1906. ) 7086 

Race track and Great Bend, Pa., from 
Du Bois' drive. 43. (F 46627, Oct. 
29, 1906. ) 7087 

2 c. each Oct. 29. 1906. 

Trade advertising and pub- 
lishing company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Here's to you. (F 46251, Oct. 13, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 7038 

Tribune company, Chicago, 
III. 
Auntie makes the acquaintance of a fine 
gentleman. (F 45733, Aug. 29, 1906; 

1 c. Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 6, 1906.) 

7039 

Auntie tries to catch the fly. (F 46232, 

Oct. 13. UH)6; 1 c. Oct. 13, 1906; 1 c. 

Oct. 16, 1906.) 7040 

Graj)ep were not sour for Hungry Tommy. 
(F 46233, Oct. 13, 1906; 1 c. Oct. 13, 
190t); 1 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 7041 

Hungrv Tommy gets the lion's share of 
dinner. (F 45732, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 7042 

Karl and Fritz do wonders in the poultry 
business. (F 46238, Oct. 13, 1906; 1 c. 
Oct. 13, 1906; 1 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 7048 

Kin-der-kids. Aunty Jim jam conceives 
a novel method of punishment for 
Cousin Gussie. ( F 46450, Oct. 20, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 20, 1906.) 7044 

Mr. Buggins gets a pull, and Auntie 

Jim Jam swats Gussie one for luck. 
(F 46237, Oct. 13, 1906; 1 c. Oct. 13, 
1906; 1 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 7046 

narrow escape from Aunty Jim Jam. 



(F 45730, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1906; 1 c. Sept. 6, 1906.) 7046 



806 



CATALOGUE OF OOPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



Tribune company, Chicago, 
111. 
Travelling Hans makes his debut as a 
motorist. (F 45729, Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. 
Aug. 29, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 6, 1906.) 7047 

Wee Willie Winkle's world. Oct. 21, 
1906. (F 46449, Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
20, 1906.) 7048 

Tuttle bros., Chicago, 111. 
Count the blocks, turn the card, then 
count them over again. (F 46065, Oct. 
4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906. ) 7049 

Tyrrell (Edward R.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Two little black bears. (F 46390, Oct. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1905.) 7060 

Ullman manufacturing com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. 
Bedtime. (F 46323, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7051 

Little Red Riding Hood. Arrives at her 
grandmother's house. (F 46319, Oct. 
15, 1906. ) 7052 

Goes to the bed. (F 46320, Oct. 15, 

1906.) 7053 

Hears the wolf say '*the teeth are 

to eat you with." (F 46322, Oct. 15, 
1906. ) 7064 

Innocently lies down in bed. ( F 

46321, Oct. 15, 1906.) 7056 

On the way to her grandmother. 

(F 46318, Oct. 15, 1906.) 7066 

Takes some cake and fresh butter 



to her sick grandmother. (F 46317, 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 7067 

Mary and her lamb. Every where that 
Mary went. (F 46325, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7058 

It followed her to school. ( F 46326, 

Oct. 15, 1906.) 7069 

It made the children laugh. (F 

46327, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7060 

Marv had a little lamb. (F 46324, 

Oct. 15^ 1906.) 7061 

2 c. each Oct. 15, 1906. 

University press, Cambridge, 
Mass. 
All's well that ends well, [by] Dudley 
Hardy. (F 46246, Oct. 13, 1906. ) 

7062 
Comedy of errors [by] Claud A. Shep- 
person. (F 46240, Oct. 13, 1906. ) 

7068 

Love's labours lost, [bv] H. Gloag. (F 

46244, Oct. 13, 1906.)"' 7064 

Merchant of Venice [by] S. Walter West. 
(F 46245, Oct. 13, 1906.) 7066 

Merry wives of Windsor [by] W. H. 
Margetson. (F 46243, Oct. 13, 1906.) 

7066 



University press, Cambridge, 
Mass. 
Midsummer night's dream [by] C. Wil- 
helm. ( F 46241, Oct. 1 3, 1906. ) 7067 

Taming of the shrew, [by] Eleanor F. 
Buckdale. (F 46239, Oct. 13, 1906. ) 

7068 
Two gentlemen of Verona, [by] S. H. F. 
Bacon. ( F 46242, Oct. 13, 1906. ) 

7069 
2 c. each Oct. 13, 1906. 

Vickery (Lilla May), Med- 
ford, Mass. 
Boy's creed. ( F 46067, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7070 

Wellman (Walter), New 
York, N. Y. 
Did this ever happen to you? (F 46068, 
Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 7071 

Witt (Harry Charles), Bos- 
ton !Mas*i 
Haward. (F 46193, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 20, 1906. ) 7072 

Wolff (Charles), Hoboken, 
N.J. 
Bournes store. (F 46373, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 
c. Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7078 

Catharine market. (F 46639, Oct. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1896. ) 7074 

Franklin square. (F 46643, Oct. 29, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 7076 

Methodist church, John street. ( F 46640, 
Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 

7076 

Old Blue Bell tavern. (F 46642, Oct. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 7077 

Point Isabel. (F 46374, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7078 

Stuyvesant residence. (F 46638, Oct. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 7079 

White conduit house. (F 46641, Oct. 29, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 7080 

Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Bub, he's always to blame. Sept. 23, 
1906. (F 45840, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1906. ) 7081 

Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46636, Oct. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 7082 

Mary and her little lamb. Oct. 7, 1906. 
(F 46130, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 
1906.) 7088 

Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46497, Oct. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7084 

Sambo and his funny noises; Sept. 23, 
1906. *(F 45837, Sept. 24, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 24, 1906.) 7086 

Sept. 30, 1906. (F 46005, Oct. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7086 



ENGBAVINOS, CUTS, AND PRINTS 



307 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Sambo and his funny noises. Oct. 7, 
1906. (F 46129, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
8, 1906.) 7087 

Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46495, Oct. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7088 

Simon and Mose are not as light as they 
look. Sept. 16, 1906. (F 45596, Sept. 
15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 7089 

Simon Simple and the new cop. Oct. 7, 
1906. (F 46134, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
8, 1906.) 7090 

Pa brings the butter. Oct. 21, 1906. 

(F 46494, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 
1906. ) 7091 

S-8-8tuttering S-S-Sam-my. Sept. 16, 1906. 
(F 45597, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 
1906. ) 7092 

Sept. 23, 1906. (F 45841, Sept. 24, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 7098 

Sept. 30, 1906. ( F 46010, Oct. 1, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7094 

Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46492, Oct. 22, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7096 

Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46635, Oct. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906.) 7096 



Wood (Otis F. ), New Brigh- 
ton, N. Y. 
Uncle George Washington Bings. Oct. 
21, 1906. (F 46493, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7097 



— Sept. 16, 1906. ( F 46595, Sept 15, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 15, 1906.) 7098 



— Sept. 30, 1906. (F 46009, Oct. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7099 



Oct. 7, 1906. (F 46135, Oct. 8, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 7100 

Wags, the dog that adopted a man. Sept. 
16, 1906. (F 45594, Sept. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 15, 1906.) 7101 



— Oct. 7, 1906. (F 46131, Oct. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 7102 



— Oct. 21, 1906. (F 46496, Oct. 22, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7108 



Oct. 28, 1906. (F 46632, Oct. 29, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 29, 1906. ) 7104 

What was that? It was the cati Oct. 28, 
1906. (F 46637, Oct. 29, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
29, 1906.) 7106 



Number of entries of Engravings, cuts, and prints completed by the deposit 
of 2 copies since Jan, 1, 1906 8,648 



3595— PT 4, NO 17—06- 



CLASS G. CHROMOS AND LITHOGRAPHS 



Arranged alplutbetlcalljr by proprieton with subalphabet of titles. 

To save space the copyriirbt notice after each title in abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "CopyriKht by American protective tariff league, New York, 
N. Y. Class G, XXc, no. 14133, Oct. 4, 1906; 2 copies received Oct. 4, 1906." 



American protective tariff 
league, New York, N. Y. 
Cleveland soup 1893. (G 14133, Oct. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 7106 

American toy works, New 

York, N. Y. 

Buster Brown. (G 14131, Oct. 5, 1906.) 

7107 
Chaffeur. (G 14126, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7 108 

Clown. (G 14129, Oct. 5, 1906.) 7100 

Dude. (G 14125, Oct. 5, 1906.) 7110 

Indian. (G 14128, Oct. 5, 1906.) 7111 

Japanese. (G 14130, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 71 18 

Old man. (G 14127, Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7118 

Tommy Atkins. (G 14132, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7114 
2 c. each Oct. 5, 1906. 

Boggess (Leslie Combs), 
Fairmont, W. Va. 
Message from Jesus Watch and Pray. 
(G 12753, Apr. 4, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 
1906.) 7116 

Eddy (Robert G.), Mil- 

Don't get cold feet. ' (G 14199, Oct. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7116 

Things are lively around here. (G 14220, 
Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7117 

Fowler & Kelly, Morrisville, 
Pa. 
Birds eye view of Burnham and Yeager- 
town, Mifflin CO., Pa. 1906. (G 14010, 
Sept. 17, 1906.) . 7118 

Williamsburg, Blair co., Pa. 1906. 

(G 14009, Sept 17, 1906.) 7119 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Gotham lithograph company, 
New York, N. Y. 
American beauty. (G 14078, Oct. 2, 
1906.) 7120 

Camping out. (G 14077, Oct. 2, 1906.) 

7121 
Counters. (G 14080, Oct. 2, 1906. ) 7122 

Meditation. (G 14079, Oct. 2, 1906.) 

7123 
2 c. each Oct. 3, 1906. 



Gray lithograph company. 

New York N. Y. 

California poppy. ((} 14084, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7124 
Poinsetta in blossom. (G 14083, Oct. 5, 
1906.) 7188 

2 c. each Oct. 5, 1906. 

lUustrateil postal card and 
noveltv com pan V, New 
Vork, N. t. 
Battleships endeavoring to force a land- 
ing. (G 14085, Oct. 5, 1906.) 7126 

Bird's eve view of the exposition at 
Jamentown, Va. (G 14088, Oct. 5, 
1906.) 7127 

First ships to enter Jamestown harbor. 
(G 14087, Oct 5, 1906.) 7128 

Merrimac and Monitor duel. (G 14086, 
Oct. 5, 1906.) 7129 

2 c. each Oct. 5, 1906. 

International news company, 
New York, N. Y. 
Cover design for Strand magazine, Novem- 
ber, 1906. (G 14163, Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1906.) 7130 

Lanman & Kemp, New York, 

N. Y. 

Autumn. (G 14107, Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7181 

Spring. (G 14105, Oct. 6, 1906.) 7132 

Summer. (G 14106, Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7188 

Winter. (G 14108, Oct. 6, 1906.) 7184 
2 c. each Oct. 6, 1906. 

Laxakola company, New 
York N. Y. 
Nurpe (The). (G 14237, Oct. 23, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 23, 1906.) 7136 

Lomax (E. L. ), Omaha, 
Nebr. 
Oldest inhabitant on the Union Pacific 
railroad. (G 14157, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 4, 1906.) 7186 

MoUer, K()keritz & co., New 
York N. Y. 
American's choice. 'l789-i850. (G 14298, 
Oct. 27, 1906.) 7137 

1850-1904. (G 14299, Oct. 27, 

1906.) 7188 

2 c. each Oct. 27, 1906. 

309 



310 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Sanart company, New York, 
N. Y. 
Antoinette. (G 14113, Oct. 6, 1906,) 

7139 
Harriet. (G 14110, Oct. 6, 1906.) 7140 

Margaret. (G 14111, Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7141 

Olga. (G 14112, Oct. 6, 1906.) 7142 

2 c. each Oct. 6, 1906. 

Sander (P.), New York, 
N. Y. 

Angels, bells and holly. (G 14213, Oct. 
20, 1906.) 7148 

tolling Christmas bells. (G 14215, 

Oct. 20, 1906. ) 7144 

Belfry (A). (G 14217, Oct. 20, 1906.) 

7146 
Bell with holly. (G 14205, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

7146 
Christmas bells. (G 14214, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

7147 
Christmas eve. (G 14219, Oct. 20, 1906. ) 

7148 
morning, ((t 14216, Oct. 20, 1906) 

7149 

Dreaming of Santa Claus. (G 14211, Oct. 

20,1906.) 7160 

Holly sprav. (G 14207, Oct. 20, 1906.) 

7161 

Horse shoe with holly. (G 14206, Oct. 

20, 1906. ) 7152 

Santa Claus. (G 14212, Oct. 20, 1906.) 

7163 

at the window. (G 14218, Oct. 20, 

1906.) 7164 

driving the reindeers. (G 14208, 

Oct. 20, 1906.) 7166 

going down the chimney. (G 14210, 

Oct. 20, 1906.) ' 7166 

trimming a tree. (G 14209, Oct. 

20,1906.) 7167 

Wish-bone with holly. (G 14204, Oct. 
20, 1906.) 7188 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 

Solberg (Chr.), Chicago, 111. 
Alt for Norge. (G 14297, Oct. 26, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 26, 1906.) 7169 

State mutual life insurance 
company, Rome, Ga. 

Flag calendar. (G 14275, Oct. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7160 

United States lithograph com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Mack (Andrew), J figure and letter bill, 
no. 10107. (G 14136, Oct. 12, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 7161 



Whitehead & Hoag com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. 
St. Nicholas. (G 14109, Oct. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 6, 1906.) 7162 

Williams (Frank W.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
After the day's work. (G 14168, Oct. 
18, 1906.) 7163 

After the rain. (G 14187, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7164 
Ancient mill. (G 14181, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7165 
Choice fruits. (G 14185, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7166 
Daisy field. (G 14176, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7167 

Driven from the hills. (G 14169, Oct. 18, 

1906.) 7168 

Eariy spring. (G 14182, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7169 

Feeding her chicks. (G 14178, Oct. 18, 

1906.) 7170 

Grandmother's kitchen. (G 14173, Oct. 
18, 1906.) 7171 

Gypsv shepherdess. (G 14184, Oct. 18, 
1906.) 7172 

King of the forest. (G 14189, Oct. 18, 
1906.) 7178 

Mid-winter. (G 14166, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7174 
Mill dam. (G 14179, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7176 
Morning. (G 14188, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7176 
Mountain home. (G 14172, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7177 
Off to the fields. (G 14183, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7178 

Old Swedish bakery. (G 14177, Oct. 18, 

1906.) 7179 

Old turnpike. (G 14171, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7180 
River Wye. (G 14186, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7181 

Secret of the forest. (G 14180, Oct. 18, 

1906.) 7182 

Shallow waters. (G 14170, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7188 

Spring dream.* (G 14167, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7184 

Waiting. (G 14174, Oct. 18, 1906.) 7188 

Washing by the river. (G 14175, Oct. 
18,1906.) 7186 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 



Number of entries of Chromos and lithographs completed by the deposit of 2 
copies since Jan. 1, 1906 2,201 



CLASS H. PHOTOGRAPHS 



ArraiiRed alphabetically by proprietors with fiubalphabel of titles. 

To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Alexander <& eo., Ann Arbor, Mich. Class H, 
XXc, no. 83539. Oct 6, 1906; 2 copies received Oct. 6, 1906." 



Alexander & co. , Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 
Sisyphus. (H 83539, Oct. 6 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 6, 1906.) 7187 

Allen (Arthur), Goldfield, 
Nev. 
Burro and boy. 8. (H 83966 Oct. 18, 
1906.) 7188 

9. (H 83967, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 7189 

Drilling contest. 5. (H 83963, Oct. 18, 
1906. ) 7190 

Goldfield, earlv days. 2. (H 83960, Oct. 
18, 1906.) ' 7191 

Indians. 7. (H 83965, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7192 

Joshua Tree. 10. (H 83968, Oct. 18, 

1906.) 7198 

Main St., Goldfield, Nev. 3. (H 83961, 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 7194 

Pack dog. 4. (H 83962, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7196 

Stage on desert. 1. (H 83959, Oct. 18, 

1906.) 7196 

Waldorf Astoria. 6. (H 83964, Oct. 18, 
1906.) 7197 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Alman & co.. New York, 
N. Y. 
Berwind ( E. J. ) A, B,*C, D. ( H 83948- 
83951, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. each Oct. 17, 
1906. ) 7198 

Harriman (E. H.) A-C. (H 82370- 
82372, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. each Aug. 
27, 1906.) 7199 

American mutoscope and 

biograph company. New 

York, N. Y. 

Brannigan sets off the blast. (H 83102, 

Sept. 27, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906.) 

7200 

Country schoolmaster. (H 83541, Oct. 

6, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7201 

Fox hunt. (H 83896, Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 16, 1906.) 7202 

Wanted— a nurse. (H 83223, Sept. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 1906. ) 7208 



Anttila (Erick), Ely, Minn. 
Ely hijfh school building. (H 83776, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7204 

Barton (M. F.), Youngs- 
ville. Pa. 
Rattlesnake swallowing a rabbit. (H 
84033, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 1906. ) 

7206 

Bicknell manufacturing com- 
pany, Portland, Me. 
Birches bv the lake. 2855. (H 84028, 
Oct. 18, "1906.) 7206 

Danforth birch. 3187. (H 84030, Oct. 
18, 1906. ) 7207 

Ferrv roa<l. 3186. (H 84029, Oct. 18, 
1906.) 7208 

Graceful birches. 3189. (II 84032, Oct. 
18,1906.) 7209 

Rugged birch. 3188. (H 84031, Oct. 18, 
1906. ) 7210 

2 c. each Oct. 18, 1906. 

Bradley (Edgar S.), Dor- 
chester, Mass. 
Entrance porch of home of Henry C. 
Frick, Prides Crossing, Mass. ( H 
83092, Sept. 26, 1906. ) 7211 

Home of Henry C. Frick, Prides Cross- 
ing, Mass., from northwest. (H 83091, 
Sept. 26, 1906. ) 7212 

from southwest. (H 83090, Sept. 26, 

1906.) 7213 

Observation plaza of Henry C. Frick^s 
home, Prides Crossing, Mass., over- 
looking the ocean. (H 83093, Sept. 
26, 1906.) 7214 

2 c. each Sept. 17, 1906. 

Brehm (Frederick W.), 
Rochester N. Y. 
In green pastures. (H 84227, Oct. 26, 
1906.) 7216 

In the vale. 2. ( H 84226, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 

7216 
2 c. each Oct. 26, 1906. 

Brookins (Denis H.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 

Gathering water lilies. (H 84188, Oct. 
25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 30, 1906.) 7217 

311 



312 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Bui lard (Charles Edwin), 
Peterboro, N. H. 
Coming my wav. (H 83112, Sept. 27, 
1906.) " 7218 

Better a young sucker than an old hog. 
(H 83111, Sept. 27, 1906.) 7219 

Feeling (A) for ma. (H 83110, Sept. 
27, 1906. ) . 7220 

Nobody loves me. (H 83109, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 7221 

Not vet but soon. (H 83113, Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 7222 

2 c. each Sept. 27, 1906. 

Bundy (William M.), Terre 
Haute, Ind. 
Big creek, nos. 1 and 2. (H 83941- 
83942, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. each Oct. 17, 
1906. ) 7228 

Burke (Frank P.), Chicago, 
111. 
Cubs, champions 1906. (H 83581, Oct. 
9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7224 

White Sox, champions 1906. (H 83777, 
Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7226 

Burton (James), New York, 

N. Y. 

Queen (The) (H 82342, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

7226 

Start of the King^s cup race. 1906. nos. 

1-3. (H 82339-82341, Aug. 18, 1906.) 

7227 

U. S. S. Boxer, nos. 1-3. (H 82343-82345, 

Aug. 18, 1906. ) 7228 

2 c. each Aug. 18, 1906. 

Bush (Samuel L.), West 
M^ed ford ^A ass . 
End of the day . ( H 83579, Sept. 22, 1 906 ; 
2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 7229 

Byers (Jos. E. ), Telluride, 
Colo. 
Liberty bell mill, east. (H 84104, Oct. 
22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7230 

Liberty bell mine. North. Telluride, 
Colo. (H 83679, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7231 

West Telluride Colo. (H 83680, 

Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7232 

Campbell studio. New York, 
N. Y. 
Automobile girl. (H 84197, Oct. 22, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 7283 

Carpenter (Ford A.), San 
Diego, Cal. 
Glimpse into the back country of San 
Diego countv. ( H 83787, Oct. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7234 

Celebrity art company Bos- 
ton ylass 
Fishing girl. (H 83542, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 6, 1906.) 7236 



Chance (C. M. ) & co., Leav- 
enworth, Kans. 
Boatman row me o'er. (H 81694, Aug. 
6, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 7286 

Chapman ( Harry L. ) , Wind- 
ham, Vt. 
Nesting woodcock. (H 83618, Oct. 10, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906.) 7287 

Clarke (Frederic Colburn), 
Cranford, N. J. 
Gale (Eleanor) (H 83947, Oct. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 17, 1906. ) 728S 

Clinedinst (B. M.), Wash- 
ington, D. C. 
Copy of oil painting of President Roose- 
velt. 1. (H 84097, Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 20, 1906. ) 7239 

Opening of U. S. Supreme Court. (H 
83575, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 

7240 
Cluett, Peabody & co., Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Awow measurements. (H 83389, Sept. 
29, 1906. ) 7241 

Arrow (An) record. (H 83390, Sept. 29, 
1906.) 7242 

styles. (H 83388, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

7248 

4 ply. ( H 83391, Sept. 29, 1906. ) 

7244 

At the roller. (H 83380, Sept. 29, 1906.) 

7245 

Bundling Arrows. (H 83386, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7246 

Curling Arrows. (H 83381. Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7247 

Drying Arrows. (H 83394, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7248 

Examining Arrows. (H 83385, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7249 

Ironing Arrows. (H 83383, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7260 

Maching Arrows. (H 83397, Sept. 29, 
1906.) 7261 

Marking Arrows. (H 83392, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7262 

Pressing Arrows. (H 83382, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7268 

Shaping Arrows. (H 83393, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7264 

Soaking Arrows. (H 83384, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7265 

Spreading Arrows. (H 83387, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7266 

Turning Arrows. (H 83396, Sept 29, 
1906. ) 7267 

Washing Arrows. (H 83395, Sept. 29, 
1906. ) 7268 

2 c. each Sept. 29, 1906. 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



813 



Cokell (Geo. W.), South 
Framingham, Mass. 
Crack Waldorfs. ( H 84183, Oct. 25, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 25, 1906. ) 7259 

Coovert (John Calvin), Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 
Twenty-first annual convention of St. 
Andrew, Memphis, Tenn. Oct. 17-21, 
1906. ( H 84125, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
22, 1906. ) 7260 

Cottrell (C. H.), Long Branch, 
N.J. 
Bathing scene. Lone Branch, N. J. Se- 
ries A, no. 1. (H 83356, Oct. 1, 1906.) 

7261 

no. 2. (H 83357, Oct. 1, 1906.) 



7262 

Beach scene. Long Branch, N. J. Series 
D. no. 4. (H 83358, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 

7268 

Swimming pool, Columbia baths, Long 

Branch, N. J. Series B, no. 1. (H 

83359, Oct. 1, 1906. ) 7264 

2 c. each Oct. 1, 1906. 

Cram (John M.), Raymond, 
N. H. 
Raymond station, burned 1878. (H 
84230, Oct. 27, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 27, 1906. ) 

7266 

Craven (Chas. £.), Kane, 
Pa. 
Uncontrolled gas well. 1-2. (H 83738- 
83739, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. each Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 7266 

Crawford (Annie I.), Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 
Sally. (H 83755, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
12,1906.) 7267 

Cross (W. R.), Hot Springs, 
S. Dak. 
Fair grounds, in Wind cave. (H 84107, 
Oct. 22, 1906.) 7268 

Pearly Gates, Wind cave. (H 84108, 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7269 

Vale of Minnekahta, Hot Springs, So. 
Dak. (H 84106, Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7270 

2 c. each Oct. 22, 1906. 

Curtis & Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Anne Askew refusing to recant. 11 x 14. 
18 X 12. (H 83934-83935, Oct. 17, 
1906.) 7271 

Burning the books at Oxford and the last 
words of William Tyndale. 18 x 22. 
11 xl4. (H 83936-83937, Oct. 17, 1906. ) 

7272 
George Fox on the Mount of Vision. 
11 X 14. (H 83940, Oct. 17, 1906. ) 

7273 



Curtis A Cameron, Boston, 
Mass. 
Intolerance and persecution. 18 x 22. 
(H 83931. Oct. 17, 1906.) 7274 

William Penn as a student at Oxford. 
8x10. 11x14. ( H 83932-83933, Oct. 
17, 1906.) 7275 

William Tyndale printing the Bible. 
18x22. 11x14. (HH3938-83939,Oct. 
17, 1906.) ^976 

2 c. each Oct. 17, 1906. 

CurtisB (Sophia), Sheffield, 
Mass. 
Have yon brought me any sugar? (H 
83615, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept 19, 1906. ) 

7277 

Daley (C. F.), West New 
Brighton, N. Y. 
Cheer up. (H 83894, Oct. 16. 1906. ) 

7278 

bird on the branch. ( H 83895, Oct 

16, 1906. ) 7279 

Hearts content. ( H 83892, Oct 16, 1906. ) 

7280 
Home's l)est (H 83893, Oct. 16, 1906.) 

7281 

Merry Christmas. (H 83891, Oct 16, 

1906.) 7282 

2 c. each Oct 16, 1906. 

Davis ( Chas. H. ) , New York, 
N. Y. 
Rift in the marsh. (H 83434, Oct 3, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7288 

Dawson (John W. ), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
U. S. S. Maine. 1298 A. (H 83632, Oct 
9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 7284 

Dederick brothers, Hacken- 
sack, N. J. 
Clement, fourth in cup race. (H 83901, 
Oct 16, 1906.) 7286 

Durav, third in cup race, 1906. (H 

83898, Oct. 16, 1906. ) 7286 

Jenatzy, fifth in cup race, 1906. (H 

83899, Oct. 16, 1906.) 7287 

Lancia, second in cup race. (H 83900, 
Oct 16, 1906.) 7288 

Tracv, breaking record in cup race. (H 
83902, Oct 16, 1906.) 7289 

Wagner, winner of the cup race, 1906. 
(H 83897, Oct 16, 1906.) 7290 

2 c. each Oct. 16, 1906. 

De Smith (Jessie), New 
York, N. Y. 
Growth of man from a child to manhood. 
(H 82274, Aug. 16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 18, 
1906. ) 7291 



314 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
Adobe buildings, Tucson, Ariz. (H 
82864, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906.) 7292 

Amusements and board walk. Pine 
Beach, Va. (H 82859, Sept. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 17, 1906. ) 7298 

Automobile entrance, Glenwood hotel, 
Riverside, Cal. (H 82854, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7294 

Bay street, Nassau, Bahama islands. 
09434. (H 83493, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7296 

09435. (H 83492, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7296 

Bit of West Broad st., Charleston, S. C. 
(H 83475, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 
1906. ) 7297 

Boardwalk, Pine Beach, Va. (H 82860, 
. Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

7298 
Broadway, Los Angeles, Cal. (H 82841, 
Sept, 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906. ) 

7299 
Business street, Tucson, Ariz. (H 82863, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

7800 

Calle Acosta, a bit of Havana, Cuba. 

(H 83480, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 

1906. ) 7801 

Imperador, a bit of old Havana, 

Cuba. (H 83481, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
5, 1906. ) 7802 

- Truiente Rev, picturesque old Ha- 



vana, Cuba. (H 83484, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7808 

Campanile entrance. Glenwood hotel. 
Riverside, Cal. (H 82848, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7304 

Glenwood hotel, Riverside, Cal. (H 

82855, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7306 

Carnegie library. Riverside, Cal. (H 
82846, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906.) 7806 

Christmas (A) catastrophe. (H 84051, 
Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7807 

tree. (H 84049, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 19,' 1906. ) 7808 

Colonade, Venice, Cal. (H 82852, Sept. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7809 

Colorado street and Maryland pergola, 
Pasadena, Cal. (H 82843, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7810 

East Broad st., Charleston, S. C. (H 
83474, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7811 

street, Nassau, Bahama islands. 

09436. (H 83494, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1906.) 7812 



Detroit publishing company, 
Detroit, Mich. 
East street, Nassau, Bahama islands. 
09437. (H 83478, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7818 

Entrance to the Sterling Italian gardens, 
Redlands, Cal. (H 82850, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7814 

Foot bridge, Summerville, S. C. (H 
83491, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7815 

Front cathedral, a bit of old Havana, 
Cuba. 09441. (H 83482, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 7816 

09442. (H 83483, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 5, 1906.) 7317 

Glenwood hotel. Riverside, Cal. (H 
82856, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906.) 7818 

Hall of justice after the earthquake, San 
Jose, Cal. (H 82851, Sept. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7319 

Hotel Hollywood, Hollywood, Cal. (H 
82840, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7820 

Hotel Pasaje, Havana, Cuba. (H 83486, 
Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 7321 

Hotel Warwick, Newport News, Va. (H 
82835, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7822 

In the dormitory. (H 84050, Oct. 19, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 7828 

Main street, Riverside* Cal. (H 82845, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

7324 

Summerville, S. C. ( H 83489, Oct. 5, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7826 

Obispo street, Havana, Cuba. (H 83485, 
Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 7326 

Old market house, Charleston, S. C. ( H 
83476, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 

7327 
Orange grove. Riverside, Cal. (H 82857, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906. ) 

7328 

Parliament buildings, Nassau, Bahama 

islands. (H 83479, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 5, 1906.) 7329 

Pergola, hotel Maryland, Pasadena, Cal. 
(H 82844, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7330 

Pine Beach hotel, Pine Beach, Va. 
09398. ( H 82861, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 7381 

09399. (H 82862, Sept. 17, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7332 

Shaded walk, Tucson, Ariz. (H 82839, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

7888 

Shaw memorial, Boston, Mass. (H 

84190, Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 25. 1906.) 

7384 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



815 



Detroit publiehin^ company 
Detroit, Mich. 
Statue of Jose Marti, Central Park, Ha- 
vana, Cuba. 09446. (H 83487, Oct. 5, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7S86 

09447. (H 83488, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7886 

S. S. J. H. Sheadle. (H 83467, Oct. 4, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 7887 

Sterling residence, Redlands, Cal. (H 
82849, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7888 

Street in Chinatown, Los Angeles, Cal. 
(H 82842, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906.) 7889 

Venice, Cal. (H 82853, Sept. 17, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7840 

Street scene at night, Los Angeles, Cal. 
(H 82858, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906.) 7841 

Sumter avenue, Suniraerville, S. C. (H 
83490, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7842 

Twentv-eighth street, Newport News, Va. 
(H 82836, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7843 

View from main entrance. Glen wood ho- 
tel, Riverside, Cal. ( H 82847, Sept. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7344 

Washington ave., Newport News, Va. 
(H 82837, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7345 

park, Charleston, S. C. (H 83477, 

Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 7846 

square and Trinity church, Newport 



New8,Va. (H 82838, Sept. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7347 

Dickson (Thomas J.), Fort 

Sam Houston, Tex. 

Garrison inspection. Infantry, artillery 

and cavalrv in dress uniform, Fort Saili 

Houston, Texas. (H 84135, Oct. 24, 

1906. ) 7348 

Prepare for review. Garrison review in 
dress uniform, Fort Sam Houston, 
Texas. (H 84134, Oct. 24, 1906.) 7349 

Present arms. Garrison review in dress 
uniform. Fort Sam Houston, Texas. 
(H 84133, Oct. 24, 1906.) 7360 

2 c. each Oct. 24, 1906. 

Doubleday, Page &co., New 
York, N. Y. 
Latest portrait of Rudyard Kipling. ( H 
83225, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 21, 
1906.) 7361 

Drew (Geo. T.), Portland, 
Me. 
Residence of Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens, 
Portland, Me. (H 83360, Oct. 1, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 7362 



Dutton (Corry 8.), Cato, 

Daisies. (H 83621, Oct. 9, 1906.) 7858 

Pigs. ( H 83620, Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7864 

Roses. (H 8:^19, Oct. 9, 1906.) 7866 
2 c. each Sept. 28, 1906. 

Edison (Thomas A.), West 
Orange, N. J. 

Getting evidence. Scenes 1-12. (H 
83561-83572, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. each 
Oct. 8, 1906.) 7866 

Honeymoon at Niagara Falls. Scenes 1- 
11. ( El 83903-83913, Oct. 16, 1906; 2c. 
each Oct. 16. 1906.) 7867 

Eickemever ( Rudolf), Yonk- 
'ers, N. Y. 

Give us this day our daily bread. (H 
83418, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 

7868 

Harvest field. ( H 83560, Oct. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 7869 

time. (H 83419, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 3, 1906.) 7860 

There's manv a slip. ( H 83416, Oct. :s, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 190(5.) 7361 

Toil. (H 83417, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 
1906. ) 7362 

Emery (C. ll), Colorado 
Springs, Colo. 

Chief Colorow. (H 84202, Oct. 8, 1906.) 

7363 
Ute brave. ( H 8420<), Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

7364 
bridegroom. ( H 84204, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

7366 
chief. (H 84205, Oct. 8, 1906.) 

7366 

buck and squaw. (H 84203, Oct. 

8, 1906. ) 7367 

2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Eyrich & CO., Jackson, Miss. 
Brvan and Missijjgippians. 1. ( H 83788, 
Sept. 26, 1906. ) 7368 

2. ( H 83789, Sept. 26, 1906. ) 7369 

2 c. each Sept. 26, 1906. 

Fischer (A. J.), Santa Fe, 
N. Mex. 

Jack and a small pair. (H 83786, Oct. 
15, 1906. ) 7370 

Slow freight. (H 83785, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7371 

Readv to start. (H 83784, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7372 
2 c. each Oct. 15, 1906. 

Fiske (F. B.), Fort Yates, 
N. Dak. 
Camp. 44. ( H^84120, Oct. 22, 1906.) 

7373 



316 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Fiske (F. B.), Fort Yates, 
N. Dak. 
Goose. 36. (H 84112, Oct. 22, 1906.) 

7374 
Mad Bear. 38. (H 84114, Oct. 22, 1906.) 

7875 
Matoe. 39. (H 84115, Oct. 22, 1906.) 

7376 i 
Mother Yellow Eye. 37. (H 84113, Oct. 
22, 1906.) 7877 , 

Old block house. 41. (H 84117, Oct. 22, , 
1906.) 7878 

Sioux Indian parade. 42. (H 84118, 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7379 ' 

Sitting Buirs grave. 45. ( H 84121, Oct. 
22, 1906.) 7880 

Standing Rock monument. 40. (H 
84116, Oct. 22, 1906.) 7381 

Summer and winter home of the Sioux. 
43. (H 84119, Oct. 22, 1906.) 7382 

2 c. each Oct. 22, 1906. 

Fulmer (C. E.), Port An- 
f?eles W^ash 
Star boarders.' ( H 84187, Oct. 25, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 25, 1906. ) 7888 

Gardiner (Wm. H.), Mack- 
inac Island, Mich. 
Ben McGulpin nos. 1-8. (H 83584- 
83591, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. each Oct. 5, 
1906. ) 7884 

Gay (Winona M. ), Fall River, 
I^ass. 
Angel child. ( H 83944, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

7885 

Simply to thy cross I cling, nos. 1 & 2. 

(H 83945-83946, Oct. 8, 1906.) 7886 

2 c. each Oct. 9, 1906. 

Gibbs manufacturing compa- 
ny. Canton, Ohio. 
Seeing through the merits of the Duchess. 
(H 83882, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 7387 

Gillin (Robert F.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Two soldiers arm in arm walking through 
woods. (H 83459, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 6, 1906. ) 7388 

Givens (James D. ), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
General Funston's royal tourist. (H 
84136, Oct. 24, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 

7889 

Gloege ( E. H. ), Monroe, Wis. 
Crossing the brook. (H 84169, Oct. 25, 
1906.) 7390 

Frog (The) (H 84168, Oct. 25, 1906.) 

7391 

Richland creek. (H 84170, Oct. 25, 

1906. ) 7892 

2 c. each Oct. 25, 1906. 



Goetze (O. D.), Nome, 
Alaska. 
Eskimo & her mickeneys. 876. (H 
83798, Oct. 11, 1906.) 7398 

mama carrying her little mickeneny. 

905. (H 83794, Oct. 11, 1906.) 7394 

mother and her mickeneys. 875. 

(H 83796, Oct. 11, 1906.) 7395 

school, Nome, Alaska. 1000. ( H 

83791, Oct. 11, 1906.) 7396 

Eskimos with their mickiney . 870. ( H 
83797, Oct. 11, 1906.) 7897 

Five mickineys under their over turned 
canoe. 871. (H 83795, Oct. 11, 1906. ) 

7398 

No place like home. 907. (H 83792, 
Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7899 

Mamma Kaw Kaw. 906. (H 83790, 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7400 

Squaw wanted. 865. ( H 83793, Oct. 11, 
1906. ) 7401 

2 c. each Oct. 11, 1906. 

Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Agassiz column ( 85 ft. ) at Union point, 
Yosemite valley, Cal. 10246. (H 
83653, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7402 

"Andy Johnson," a fallen monarch of 
Mariposa grove, Cal. 10228. (H 83661, 
Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7403 

At the base of the Grizzly Giant (cir. 106 
ft. ), Mariposa grove, Cal. 10214. (H 
83678, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7404 

Beautiful Nevada fall (605 ft.) Yosemite 
valley, Cal. 10253. (H 83650, Oct. 10, 
1906.) 7405 

Vernal fall from Clark's point, Yo- 
semite valley, Cal. 10299. (H 83642, 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7406 

Bridal veil fall and El Capitan, from 
Wawona road, Yosemite valley, Cal. 
10321. ( H 83636, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7407 

Cathedral rocks from Glacier point trail, 
Yosemite valley, Cal. 10240. (H 
83658, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7408 

P:1 Capitan (3300 ft.) looking up the val- 
ley to Half dome, Yosemite valley, 
Cal. 10282. ( H 83672, Oct. ] 0, 1906. ) 

7409 

Fissures (The) , great cracks in the walls 
of Yosemite vallev, Cal. 10331. (H 
83635, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7410 

"Genl. Sherman'' and "Gen. Grant," 
big trees in Mariposa grove, Cal. 10227. 
(H 83662, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7411 

Glacier point and Half dome, Yosemite 
vallev, Cal. 10292. ( H 83671, Oct. 10, 
1906.') 7412 

Grand Yosemite falls descending over 
2500 ft., Yosemite vallev, Cal. 10237. 
(H 83659, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7418 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



317 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Great trunk of the fallen monarch, Mari- 
posa grove, Cal. 10213. (H 836«7, 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7414 

Illiontte fall and canyon, Yosemite val- 
ley, Cal. 10302. (H 83641, Oct. 10, 
1906. ) 7415 

Looking across Merced canyon to Cascade 
rapids, Yosemite valley, Cal. 10317. 
(H 83638, Oct 10, 1906. ) 7416 

from Wawona point to Wawona 

dome, 6 miles distant, Mariposa grove, 
Cal. 10222. (H 83663, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7417 

up at ** Columbia'' (327 ft.) tallest 



tree in Mariposa grove, Cal. 10232. 
(H 83675, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7418 

— Tenaya canyon to Mt. Tenaya and 
Half dome, Yosemite valley, Cal. 
10293. ( H 83670, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7419 

through the "Telescope,** a burned 



out yet living sequoia, Mariposa grove, 
Cal. 10229. ( H 83676, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7420 

through ** Wawona'* to ** Vermont," 



'^Pittsburg" and *'New York." Big 
trees in Mariposa Grove, Cal. 10234. 
(H 83660, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7421 

Merced river, Bridal veil fall, and Three 
Graces, Yosemite Valley, Cal. 10313. 
(H 83639, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7422 

with Cathedral rocks in distance, 

Yosemite valley, Cal. 10251. (H 
83661, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7428 

Mirror lake at sunrise, Yosemite vallev, 
Cal. 10252. (H 83668, Oct. 10, 1906"'. ) 

7424 

Nevada fall (600 ft.) and Liberty cap, 
Yosemite vallev, Cal. 10295. (H 
83644, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7425 

Our party on the trail to Nevada fall, 
Yosemite valley, Cal. 10255. (H 
83649, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7426 

Overhanging rock at Glacier point, Yo- 
semite valley, Cal. 10242. (H 83657, 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7427 

"Philadelphia," a big tree in Mariposa 
grove, Cal. 10217. (H 83664, Oct. 10, 
1906. ) 7428 

Photographer's rock (Inspiration point) 
and Yosemite falls, Yosemite valley, 
Cal. 10339. (H 83634, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7429 

Reflected view of Cathedral rocks, Yo- 
semite valley. 10319. ( H 83637, Oct. 
10, 1906. ) 7430 

Register rock on Nevada fall trail. Yo- 
semite valley, Cal. 10297. (H 83643, 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7431 



Griffith & Griffith, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Snow capfMHl Mt. Hoffman and Yosemite 
falls from Eagle peak, Yot^emite valley, 
Cal. 10270. ( 11 83645, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7482 

Stage passing through "California." A 
great tree in Mariposa grove, Cal. 
10216. ( U 83665, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7488 

Superb Nevada fall (600 ft.) Yosemite 
valley, Cal. 10261. (H 8:^647, Oct. 10, 
1906. ) 7484 

Three (iraces, Mariposa grove, Cal. 10215. 
( H 83666, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7485 

Tourists on the snow covered trail to 
Glacier point, Y'osemite valley, Cal. 
10340. (H 83633, Oct. 10, 1906, ) 7486 

Upper and lower Yosemite falls from 
Cilacier point trail, Yosemite valley, 
Cal. 10241. (H 83674, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7487 

Yosemite fall (1500 ft.) from Eagle 

peak trail, Yosemite valley, Cal. 10264. 
(H 83646, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7488 

Vernal and Nevada falls and Liberty cap, 
from Glacier point, Yosemite valley, 
Cal. 10243. ( H 83656, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7489 

Vernal fall (Cataract of diamonds) 350 
ft., Yosemite vallev, Cal. 10257. (H 
83648, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7440 

Vista of upi>er and lower Yosemite falls, 
from the stage road, Yosemite valley, 
Cal. 10248. (H 83652, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 

7441 

Yosemite falls from Glacier point, Yo- 
semite vallev, Cal. 10244. (H 83655, 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7442 

(2600 ft.) from overhanging rock. 

Glacier point, Yosemite valley, Cal. 
10285. ( H 83673, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7443 

Yosemite valJev from Artist's point, Cal. 
10322. ( H 83669, Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7444 



— from Inspiration point, Cal. 10310. 
(H 83640, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7446 

— showing P^l Capitan on right, and 
Cathedral rocks on left, Cal. 10245. 
(H 83654, Oct. 10, 1906.) 7446 

2 c. each Oct. 10, 1906. 



Gugler lithographic com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Jean. (H 82707, Sept. 12, 1906.) 

Jessie. (H 82706, Sept. 12, 1906. ) 

2 c. each Oct. 13, 1906. 



7447 
7448 



Haeseler (Alberts.), Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 
Gibboney ( D. Clarence ) . ( H 83752, Oct. 
12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 7449 



318 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Hallett, Taylor company, 

Yosemite V^alley, Cal. 

Mitchell automobile at Inspiration Point, 

Yosemite Valley, California, nos. 1-3. 

(H 82347-82349, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

each Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7460 

Hepner (William), New 
York, N. Y. 
Reflection of perfection. (H 83352, Aug. 
16, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 15, 1906.) 7461 

Heyn (Louis), Great Falls, 

Mont. 

Crooked Falls. (H 83574, Oct. 8, 1906.) 

7462 

Great Falls of the Missouri. (H 83573, 

Oct. 8, 1906.) 7463 

2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. 

Horner (Carl J.), Ashmont, 
Mass. 
Chicago American champions 1906. (H 
83681, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c.Oct. 10, 1906.) 

7454 

world's champions, 1906. (H 

84091, Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 20, 1906.) 

7466 

Chicago National champions 1906. (H 

83537, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1906.) 

7466 

Huber (H. F.) & co.. New 

York, N. Y. 

Astor theatre, view of proscenium boxes, 

New York city. (H 83364, Oct. 2, 

1906; 2 c. Sept. 21, 1906.) 7467 

Hint (Woodbury E.), Con- 
cord, N. H. 
Clematis. (H 84216, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 7468 

Daisy. (H 84219, Oct. 26, 1906.) 7469 

Hyacinth. (H 84217, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 

7460 

I guess she knows I love her. ( H 84220, 

Oct. 26, 1906. ) 7461 

Violet. (H 84218, Oct. 26, 1906.) 7462 

2 c. each Oct. 26, 1906. j 

Hunter (W. ), Hartford, Conn. 
Hartford bridge. (H 83461, Sept. 28, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 28, 1906.) 7463 

Hurd (Paul Verne), Chi- 
cago, III. 
Wake up. (H 83736, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 12, 1906. ) 7464 

Ichenhauser (Julius David), 
New York, N. Y. 
Pig with cabbage leaf in its mouth (H 
83740, Sept. 22, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 22, 1906. ) 

7466 

Iowa state college, Ames, 
Iowa. 
Central building. (H 84153, Oct. 24, 
1906.) 7466 



Iowa state college, Ames, 
Iowa. 
Central building I. S. C. (H 84154, Oct. 
24,1906.) 7467 

Morning scene at I. S. C. (H 84158, Oct. 
24, 1906. ) 7468 

Snow scene. East drive. (H 84157, Oct. 
24, 1906. ) 7469 

South bridge; midsummer. (H 84155, 
Oct. 24, 1906. ) 7470 

midwinter. (H 84156, Oct. 24, 

1906.) 7471 

Southwest from Agricultural hall. (H 
84159, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 7472 

2 c. each Oct. 24, 1906. 

Jackson (W. B.), Marblehead, 
I^ass 
Vision. 2469. (H 83472, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 7473 

Jacobsen (Jacob), St. Peter, 
Minn. 
Den Danske Ev. Luth. kirkes praester, 
U. S. A., 1905. (H 83616, Oct. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7474 

Jamestown official photograph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Baptism (The) of Pocahontas, no. 682. 
(H 84047, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 
1906. ) 7476 

Bateau on Dismal swamp. 626. (H 
83598, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 

7476 
Canal locks, Dismal swamp. 627. (H 
83601, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906) 

7477 

Cocade city monument, Petersburg, Va. 

(H 82876, Sept. 18, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 18, 

1906.) 7478 

Connecticut state building, no. 678. ( H 

84043, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 

7479 

Indian hatchet found in Dismal swamp. 

632. (H 83596, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 

9, 1906.) 7480 

Locks of canal at Dismal swamp. 629. 

( H 83603, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 

7481 
Old mill, Dismp,l swamp. 593. ( H 83602, 

Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 7482 

Post office, Newport News. no. 690. ( H 

84044, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906. ) 

7483 

St. John's church, Hampton, no. 681. 

( H 84045, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct 19, 

1906.) 7484 

no. 679. (H 84046, Oct. 19, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7486 

Sarah Lee hospital, no. 663. ( H 84042, 
Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 

7486 



PHOTOORAPB8 



819 



Jamestown official photofn^ph 
corporation, Norfolk, Va. 
Scene in Dismal swamp. 622. (H 8:^95, 
Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 7487 

623. (H 8:^99, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 9, 1906.) 7488 

631. (H 83600, Oct. 9, 1906. 2 c. 

Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7489 

637. { H 83597, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7490 

638. ( H 83594, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 19, 1906.) 7491 

Vir>ania building at Jamestown exposi- 
tion. 650. (H 83593, Oct. 9, 1906; 2 
c. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7492 

Johnson company, Salt Lake 
City, Utah. 
First six temples. (H 83692, Oct. 11, 
1906.) 7498 

Presidents of the church of Jesus Christ 
of letter Day Saints. (H 83691, Oct. 
11, 1906.) 7494 

2 c. each Oct. 11, 1906. 

Johnston (R. W. ), Ingram, 
Pa. 
W. U. P. football team. 1906. (H 
84166, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7496 

Keene (Chas. J.), East- 
ham pt on, Mat^s. 
Old Alpress house. East st., Easthamp- 
ton, Mass. Built 1800. (H 88614, 
Oct. 9, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 9, 1906.) 7496 

Kelley (E. W.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Ixtaccihuatl (Ht. 16,060 ft.) from Sacro 
Monte, Amecameca, Mexico. 7536. 
(H 83847, Oct. 15, 1906.) 7497 

Picturesque Zacatecas from near the sil- 
ver mines, Mexico. 7221. (H 83845, 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 7498 

Popocatepetl, lofty (17,782 ft. hiph) and 
beautiful, from Amecameca, Mexico. 
7538. ( H 83848,*Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7499 

Valley toward Peak Las Cruces, from 
sun pyramid, San Juan Teotihuacaii, 
Mexico. 7506. (H 83846, Oct. 15, 
1906. ) 7600 

2 c. each Oct. 15, 1906. 

Kennedy (Lewis S.) Jack- 
son ^lich 
Slade (Dr. Henry). (H* 83914, Oct. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 7801 

Knapp ( William A. ), Michi- 
jjan City, Ind. 
Indiana state prison. (H 83919, Oct. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 1906.) 7602 

Laboratory of medical photog- 
raphy. New York, N. Y. 
M 91441. (H 84225, Oct. 26, 1906.) 7603 



laboratory of medical photog- 
raphy. New York, N. Y. 
M 95:^1. (ljH4224,Oct. 26, 1906.) 7604 

M 95308. (H 84223, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 7606 

M 9531 5. ( H 84222, Oct. 26, 1906. ) 7606 

M 95333. (H 84221, Oct. 26, 1906.) 7607 

2 c. each Oct, 26, 1906. 

Lancaster { R. A.),jr., Rich- 
mond, Va. 
^'Salisbury," Chesterfield co., Va. (H 

83694, ()ct. 11, UK)6.) 7608 

*'Scotchtown," Hanover co., Va. (H 

83695, Oct. U, 19(M5.) 7609 

2 c. each Oct. 11, 1906. 

Langill (Howanl H. H.), 
Hanover, N. H. 
Dartmouth glee club. (H 84196, Oct. 26, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 26, 190(5.) 7610 

Lawrence ((ieo. R. ), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Pacific Grove. A & B. ( H 82351 , 82352, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. esich Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

7611 

Santa Cruz, California. (H 82350, Aug. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7612 

Wreath of lilies of the vallev. ( H 82353, 
Aug. 27, nK)6; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 

7618 
Lawrence (Geo. R. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
Bamjuet in honor of Sir Thomas Lipton, 
given bv the mavor and citizens of 
Milwaukee. (H 84161, Oct. 24, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 7614 

First annual banquet, American Gas Insti- 
tute, Oct. 19, 1906. ( H 84162, Oct. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 7616 

convention, American gas institute, 

Oct. 18-19, 1906. (H 84160, Oct. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906. ) 7616 

Grant park, Chicago. (H 83398, Sept. 
29, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 1906. 7617 

Lipton banquet at C'hicajro athletic club. 
Oct. 5, 1906. ( H 83683, Oct. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7618 

decorations. A. (H 83684, Oct. 10, 

1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7619 

B. (H 83685, Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 10, 1906. 7620 

Maiden with chrvsanthemums. (H 
83754, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 

7621 

National association of agricultural im- 
plement and vehicle manufacturers. 
(H 83856, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 
1906. ) 7522 

convention. ( H 83753, Oct. 12, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 12, 1906. ) 7623 

Opening night, New theatre, Chicago. 
(H 83693, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 
1906. ) 7624 



320 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Lawrence (Geo. R. ) com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. 
World's championship game. White 
Sox vs. Cubs. Break up after game. 
(H 83954, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 
1906. ) 7626 

series. Cubs vs. White Sox. Fifth 

game. (H 83953, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 17, 1906. ) 7626 

White Sox vs. Cubs. Last game. 



(H 83952, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 
1906.) 7627 

Lee (Jennie), Chicago, 111. 
St. Lucas (St. Luke) (H 84236, Oct. 1, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7628 

Leigh (W. H.), Beaver 
Falls, Pa. 
Greetings from New Brighton. ( H 841 10, 
Oct. 22, 1906.) 7629 

New Brighton high school building. (H 
84111, Oct. 22, 1906.) 7630 

2 c. each Oct. 22, 1906. 

Lidberg (Edward H.), Red 
Wing, Minn. 
Red Wing Seminary buildings. (H 
84207, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 1906. ) 

7631 

Lock wood (F. H.), Hunt- 
ington, N. Y. 
Naval review, Oyster Bay, L. I., Sep. 3, 
1906. (H 83226, Sept. 28, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 7632 

Loeffler ( A. ), Tompkinsville, 
N. Y. 
St. Andrew's church, Richmond, Staten 
island, N. Y. 1051. (H 83852, Oct. 
15, 1906. ) 7633 

St. Patrick's church, Richmond, Staten 
Island, N. Y. 1050. (H 83851, Oct. 
15, 1906. ) 7634 

St. Peter's church, New Brighton, Staten 
Island, N. Y. 1049. (H 83850, Oct. 
15, 1906.) 7636 

St. Rose of Lima, West New Brighton, 
Staten Island, N. Y. 1053. ( H 83853, 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 7636 

U. S. S. Dolphin. 1153. (H 83855, Oct. 
15, 1906.) 7637 

Mayflower. 1152. (H 83854, Oct. 

15, 1906.) 7638 

2 c. each Oct. 15, 1906. 

McCormick (J. A.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Basket star-fish. 1. (H 82354, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 7539 

First Irishman in America. (H 82357, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 

7640 

Native trees. The Madrona. ( H 84130, 
Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 23, 1906.) 7641 



McCormick (J. A.), Seattle, 
Wash. 
Starfish and sea urchin. (H 82356, Aa^, 
27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 7642 

Star fish at low tide. (H 82355, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 7543 

McFarland (J. Horace) com- 
pany, Harrisburg, Pa. 
Dedication exercises. (H 84127, Oct. 23, 
1906.) 7644 

Pennypacker (Governor). (H 84128, 
Oct. 23, 1906. ) 7646 

President speaking. (H 84129, Oct. 23, 
1906.) 7546 

2 c. each Oct. 23, 1906. 

McKinne ( A. B. ), San Fran- 
cisco, Cal. 
Beauty in China. (H 84102, Oct. 22, 
1906. ) 7647 

Children of Chinatown. (H 84103, Oct. 
22, 1906. ) 7648 

Chinese belle. (H 84100. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 

7649 

Chinese merchant. (H 84101, Oct. 22, 

1906. ) 7860 

2 c. each Oct. 22, 1906. 

Madison ( Rebecca Wat- 
kins), Henniker, N. H. 
Madam Turkey has her say. (H 83375, 
Oct. 2, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 2. 1906.) 7561 

Marceau (Theo. C. ), New 
York, N. Y. 
Chanler (Louis Stuyvesant) 11 by 14. 
2. (H 83469, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 
1906.) 7652 

Panel. 3. (H 83743, Oct. 1, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7563 
11 by 14. 5. (H83745,Oct. 1,1906; 

2 c. Oct. 1,1906.) 7564 

Fitzpatrick {Father M. J.) Panel. 6. 

( H 83746, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906. ) 

7655 
Panel. 7. (H 83747, Oct. 1, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 1,1906.) 7656 
11 by 14. 8. (H83748, Oct. 1,1906; 

2 c. Oct. 1,1906.) 7557 

Howry {Hon. Chas. B.) Panel. 1. (H 
83468, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7558 

3. (H 83470, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 

5, 1906. ) 7559 

4. (H 83471, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 

5, 1906. ) 7560 

Hughes {Mrs. Charles E.) Panel. 2. 

( H 83742, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906. ) 

7661 
4. (H 83744, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 

1, 1906. ) 7562 

Olcott {Hon. J. Van Vechten) 11 x 14, 
no. 1 (H 83943, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
17, 1906.) 7568 



PHOTOGUAPHB 



821 



Marceaa (Theo. C.)i New 
York, N. Y. 
Vincent {Sir Howard) Panel. 1. (H 
83741, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct 1, 1906.) 

7564 

Meinert (Paul S.), Palmyra, 
N. J. 
Interior of the Roman Catholic Church, 
Nesquehoning, Pennsylvania. ( H 
84194, Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. Oct 16, 1906. ) 

7666 

Meiser (Jesse A.), Eureka, 
Cal. 
Eureka, California. (H 83544, Oct 8, 
1906; 2 c. Oct 8, 1906. ) 7666 

M^li^ (George), Paris, 
France. 
MyBterious retort. (H 83920, Oct 17, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 17, 1906.) 7667 

Moore (F. E.), Middletown, 
Ohio. 
Burial of Minnehaha. ( H 83546, Oct. 8, 
1906. ) 7668 

Chibiabos. (H 83550, Oct 8, 1906.) 7669 

lagoo. (H 83547, Oct 8, 1906.) 7670 

Iroquois and Ojihway squawand papoose?. 
(H 83545, Oct 8, 1906. ) 7671 

chief, squaw and papoose. (H 

83549, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 7672 

Pau-puk-keewis. ( H 83548, Oct. 8, 1906. ) 

7678 
2 c. each Oct. 8, 1906. ^ 

Myers (Barton), Norfolk, 
Va. 
Colonial residence of Mr. Barton Myers, 
Norfolk, Va. (H 83689, Oct. 2, 1906; 
2 C.Oct 11, 1906.) 7674 

Nash (J. Harold), Leadville, 
Colo. 
Mount Massive, Leadville, Colo. (H 
83617, Oct 10, 1906; 2 c. Sept 14, 1906. ) 

7676 

National photo and lantern 
slide color coinpanv, 
New York, N.Y." 
Beautiful Yosemite valley. (H 83751, 
Oct 8, 1906.) 7676 

Laugh and the world laughs with you. 
(H 83749, Oct 8, 1906.) 7677 

Palace hotel court. (H 83750, Oct. 8, 
1906.) 7678 

2 c. each Sept. 27, 1906. 

Nave (Leon La Porte), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Baby brother. (H 83916, Oct. 17, 1906. ) 

7579 

Caught in the act (H 83918, Oct 17, 

1906.) 7680 

Gratia. (H 83917, Oct 17, 1906.) 7581 

2 c. each Oct. 17, 1906. 



Neagle (John), Plainlieid, 
N.J. 
New Plainfield theatre. Plainfield, N. J. 
( H 83377, Oct 3, 1906. ) 7688 

Plainfield trust co., Plainfield, N. J. (H 
83376, Oct 3,1906.) 7688 

2 c. eai-h Oct 3, 1906. 

Nelson (C. M. ), Lakeport, 
N. H. 
Birch bark photograph, design noH. 1-^. 
( H 84092-84096, Oct. 20, 1906; 2 c. each 
Oct. 20, 1906. ) 7684 

New York time.*. New York, 
N. Y. 
Finish in the race for the Vanderbilt cup. 
(H 83688, Oct 10, 1906; 2 c. Oct 10, 
1906. ) 7686 

New York zoological society, 
New York N. \ 
African pigmy "Ota Benga."* 3219. (H 
83467, Oct 5, 1906. ) 7686 

Angel fish. (H 83464, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7687 

Feeding the crocodile. ( H 83466, Oct. 5, 

1906.) 7688 

Queen trigger fish. (H 83465, Oct. 5, 
1906. ) 7689 

Spotted moray. (H 83462, Oct. 5, 1906.) 

7690 

View of the N. Y. aquarium. (H 83463, 

Oct 5, 1906.) 7691 

2 c. each Oct 5, 1906. 

Newhall (A. D.),New York, 
N. Y. 
Schoemmell's, hotel and park. ( H 84167, 
Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Oct, 25, 1906. ) 7692 

Nowell (Frank H.), Nome, 
Alaska. 
A-pa-look and familv, Cape Douglas, 
Alaska. 4089. (H 83528, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept 7, 1905.) 7693 

A-pa-look and Wy-ung-ena, Cape Doug- 
las, Alaska. Married at Teller, Alaska, 
April 10, 1905. 4088. (H 83529, Oct. 
5, 1096; 2 c. Sept 7, 1905.) 7694 

Arctic mothers from King's island. 4093. 
(H 83524, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1905. ) . 7596 

Egedlena. 4131. (H 83499, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept 7, 1905. ) 7696 

Eskimo automobile transfer co., Nome, 
Alaska. All aboard for Cape Prince of 
Wales, Kotzebue sound and way ports. 
4098. (H 83501, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept 
7, 1905.) 7697 

Washington, D. C. We don't be- 
lieve in taxation without representa- 
tion. 4099. (H 83502, Oct 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7698 



322 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



No well (Frank H.), Nome, 

Alaska. 

Eskimo child holding down a good thing. 

4121. (H 83495, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
7, 1905. ) 7699 

child holding down a good thing. 

4122. ( H 83496, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
7, 1905.) 7600 

children hathing in Bering sea, 



Alaska. 4161. (H 83521, Oct 5, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 5, 1905. ) 7601 

Nome beach, Aug. 15, 1905. 4160. 



(H 83516, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1905. ) 7602 

in automobile, Nome, Alaska. 4096. 



(H 83500, Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 
1905. ) 7608 

study. 4046. (H 83531, Oct. 5, 1906; 

2 c. Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7604 

4094. (H 83525, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept 7, 1905.) 7606 

4156. ( H 83532, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7606 

young ladv. 4155. ( H 83518, Oct. 

5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7607 

Eskimo's natural pack. 4091. (H 
83522, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 

7608 

4092. ( H 83523, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905.) 7609 

Holding on to a good thing. 4157. (H 
83519, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 

7610 

4158. (H 83520, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7611 

Iminka. 4123. (H 83514, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7612 

4124. (H 83515, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905.) 7618 

John Spoon. 4143. (H 83526, Oct. 5, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7614 

4148. (H 83527, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905.) 7616 

King's island Eskimos. 4090. (H 83512, 
Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7616 

Kow-ear-nuk. 4076 A. (H 83509, Oct. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7617 

4076. (H 83508, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905.) 7618 

Mickaninny's first smoke. 4149. (H 
83517, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7619 

Mickaninie's transportation. 4138. (H 
83511, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 

7620 

Mr. Newman and Eskimo in automobile, 
Nome, Alaska. 4097. (H 83504, Oct. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7621 

4102. (H 83503, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7622 



Nowell (Frank H.), Nome, 
Alaska. 
Moonlight on Bering sea. Aug. 15, 1905. 
4162. ( H 83533, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 
7, 1905. ) 7623 

4163. (H 83534, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7624 

Ogmaona. 4134. (H 83497, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7625 

4135. (H 83498, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7626 

Summer day in the Arctic, known as 
Uncle Sam's ice box. 4159. (H 83535, 
Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7627 

Uche. 41 36. (H 83530, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 e. 
Sept. 7, 1905.) 7626 

Under the salmon row. 4095. (H 83507, 
Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905.) 7629 

We are posing for two bits. 4077. ( H 
83510, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905. ) 

7630 

Wy-ung-ena. 4106. (H 83513, Oct. 5, 
1906; 2 c. Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7631 

4146. ( H 83505, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905.) 7632 

4147. (H 83506, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. 

Sept. 7, 1905. ) 7633 

Olsson (S. F.) & CO., Cam- 
bridge, Mass. 

Adtninistration building of Harvard Med- 
ical School, Boston, Mass. 8 by 10. 
(H 83780, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 
1906.) 7634 

Exterior of Harvard stadium, 8 by 10. 
(H 84035, Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 
1906.) 7635 

14 by 17. (H 84034, Oct. 19, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7636 

Harvard Medical School, Boston, Mass. 
8 by 10. (H 83779, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7637 

14 by 17. (H 83778, Oct. 15, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7638 

Pach brothers. New York, 

N. Y. 

Roosa {Dr. B. D. St. John) Cabinet 
photo. 81873 A. (H 84151, Oct. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906. 7639 

Panzer & Weisenberger, 
Lake Mills, Wis. 

North end rock lake. Lake Mills, Wis. 
3. (H 83403, Oct. 3, 1906.) 7640 

Sun set rock lake. Lake Mills. 1. (H 
83401, Oct. 3, 1906.) 7641 

Wind storm rock lake. Lake Mills, Wis. 
2. ( H 83402, Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7642 

2 c. each Oct. 3, 1906. 



PHOTOGBAPH8 



828 



Penfield (N. W. ), New York, 
N. Y. 

Yale-Harvard boat race 1905. ( H 83536, 
Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Oct 6, 1906.) 7648 

Flecker (Adam H.), Lynch- 
barj?, Va. 

Kobert E. Lee and Traveller. ( H 83540, 
Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7644 

Ponting (Herbert George), 
Berkeley, Cal. 

Taj M^hsA. (H 82346, Aug. 27, 1906; 
2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 764« 

Ratbbun (C. M.), Douglas, 
Ariz. 

Mexican revolutionists. (H 83582« Oct. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 24, 1906.) 7646 

Rau (William H. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Bronze doors [capitol] Harrisburg, Pa. 
25378. (H 83699, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7647 

Carved mantel in Grovernor^s office, Har- 
risburg, Pa. 25399. (H 83717, Oct. 
11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7648 

Caucus room. House of Representatives, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 25391. (H 83710, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7649 

of the Senate, Harrisburg, Pa. 

25397. (H 83715, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7860 

Entrance to House of Representatives by 
electric light, Harrisburg, Pa. 25385. 
(H 83706, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 
1906.) 7651 

General office, State Treasurer, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 25413. (H 83730, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7682 

Gold bronze chandelier, House of Rep- 
resentatives, Harrisburg, Pa. 25392. 
(H 83711, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 
1906. ) 7668 

in Senate chamber, Harrisburg, Pa, 

25396. (H 83714, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7664 

Governor Pennypacker in his private 
office, Harrisburg, Pa. 25400. (H 
83718, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 

7656 

Governor's reception room, carved man- 
tel, Harrisburg, Pa. 25405. (H 83723, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. H, 1906. ) 7656 

east end, Harrisburg, Pa. 25404. (H 

83722, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906. ) 

7657 

electric standard, Harrisburg, Pa. 

25406. (H 83724, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7658 

general view, Harrisburg, Pa. 25402. 

(H 83720, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 
1906. ) 7659 

3595— PT 4, NO 17—06 3 



Rau ( William H. ), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 

Governor's reception room, gold bronze 
chandeliers, Harrisburg, ra. 25407. 
(H 83725, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 
1906. ) 7660 

Harrisburg, Pa. 25403. (H 83721. 

Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7861 

Great stairwav bv electric light. Harris- 
burg, Pa. 25384. (H 83705, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7688 

House of Representatives from Caucus 
balc-ony, Harrisburg, Pa. 25390. (H 
83709, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 

7888 

Harrisburg, Pa, 25389. (H 83708, 

Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7864 

Ladies' reception room [capitol], Harris- 
burg, Pa. 25411. (H 83728, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 78^5 

25412. ( H 83729, Oct, 11, 1906; 2 c. 

Oct. 11, 1906.) 7888 

League Island navy yard from the river. 
11 by 14. A2254. (H 83697, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1966.) 7887 

Docking the St. Louis. 11 by 24 J. 

A2253. (H 83696, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7888 

Main floor rotunda, Harrisburg, Pa. 
25381. (H 83702, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7689 

office of superintendent, Harrisburg, 

Pa, 253H8. (H 83707, Oct, 11, 1906; 
2 c, Oct. 11, 1906.) • 7670 

North doorwav in vestibule, Harrisburg, 
Pa. 25380." (H 83701, Oct. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7671 

Office of Governor's peoretarv, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 25401. (H 83719, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7672 

Lieutenant Governor, Harrisburg, 

Pa. 25409. (H 83726, Oct. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7673 

Secretary, State department, Harris- 



burg, Pa. '25418. (H 83734, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7674 

Penna. state capitol at Harrisburg, centre 
portico and dome. 25376. ( H 83862, 
Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7675 

Private office of Adjutant General, Harris- 
burg, Pa. 25420. (H 83858, Oct. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7676 

Auditor General, Harrisburg, Pa. 

25416. (11 83732, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7677 

Attorney General, Harrisburg, Pa. 

25419. (II 83857, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 7678 

Chief of Bureau of Health, Harris- 



burg, Pa. 25417. (H 83733, Oct. 11, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7679 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Rau (William H.), Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 
Private office of factory inspectors. 
25423. (H 83861, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 15, 1906.) 7680 

Insurance Commissioner, Harris- 

bui^, Pa. 25422. (H 83860, Oct. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7681 

Lieutenant Governor, Harrisburg, 



Pa. 25410. (H 83727, Oct. 11, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 11, 1906.) 7682 

— the Governor. 25398. (H 83716, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7688 

State Treasurer, Harrisburg, Pa. 



25414. (H 83731, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7684 

Reception room of Adjutant General, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 25421. (H 83859, 
Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7686 

Rotunda and dome by electric light, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 25383. (H 83704, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7686 

Senate chamber from gallery comer, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 25394. (H 83713, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7687 

Harrisburg, Pa. 25393. ( H 83712, 

Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c, Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7688 

South corridor [capitol], Harrisburg, Pa. 
25382. (H 83703, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7689 

South doorway in vestibule [capitol], 
Harrisburg, Pa. 25379. (H 83700, 
Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 11, 1906. ) 7690 

State capitol, front view, Harrisburg, Pa. 
25375. (H 83698, Oct. 11, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 11, 1906.) 7691 

Reed (El win A.), Worces- 
ter, Mass. 
Monadnock mountain from Meerwood. 
(H 83775, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 7692 

Reichelt (Paul), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Governor's reception room. (H 83422, 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7693 

House of Representatives. (H 83428, 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7694 

Retiring room of the House. ( H 83427, 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7696 

Retiring room of the Senate. ( H 83426, 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7696 

Rotunda. ( H 83432, Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7697 

Stairway to Senate chamber. (H 83425, 
Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7698 

Supreme Court. ( H 83430, Oct. 3, 

1906. ) 7699 

Under the rotunda. (H 83431, Oct. 3, 
1906. ) 7700 

View from Senate chamber. (H 83424, 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7701 

2 c. each Oct. 4, 1906. 



Reid (Ezra W.), Boston, 
Mass. 
Christ raising the daughter of Jairus. 
(H 82953, Sept. 21, 1906; 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1906; 1 c. Sept. 25, 1906.) 7702 

Reynolds (Henry J.), Rid- 
lonville. Me. 
Ridlonville, Me., general view. (H 
83230, Sept. 28, 1906.) 7 70S 

View of Oxford mills. (H 83231, Sept. 
28,1906.) 7704 

2 c. each Sept. 14, 1906. 

Richardson (Harry T.), 
Portsmouth, Va. 
Inner harbor, Norfolk, Va. (H 83378, 
Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7706 

Roberts (Herbert A.), Port- 
land, Me. 

Country road. (H 83922, Oct. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 8, 1906. ) 7706 

Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 

Bessie. (H 83809, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 13, 1906. ) 7707 

B 1497. (H 83888, Oct. 16, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1906. ) 7708 

Calling the meeting to order. (H 83831, 
Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7709 

Carrie. (H 83811, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 13, 1906.) 7710 

B 1496. (H 83886, Oct. 16, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 7711 

Cauerht. (H 83820, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7712 

Dorothy. (H 83810, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 13, 1906.) 7718 

B 1498. (H 83890, Oct. 16, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 7714 

Fluffy. (H 83824, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7716 

Happy (A) New Year, 1907. B 1739. 
(H 83253, Sept. 29, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 29, 
1906.) 7716 

Ida. (H 83807, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
13, 1906.) 7717 

B 1494. (H 83887, Oct. 16, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1906.) 7718 

In the bleachers. (H 83828, Oct. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7719 

Just arrived. (H 83825, Oct. 13, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7720 

Lilian. (H 83808, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 13, 1906. 7721 

B. 1493. (H 83889, Oct. 16, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 16, 1906. ) 7722 

Little Dolly Dimple. (H 83822, Oct. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7728 

Looking for the singer. ( H 83835 , Oct. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7724 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



825 



Rotograph company, New 
York, N. Y. 
Oh, what a headache! (H 83830, Oct. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7725 

On the bounding billows. (H 83827, 
Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7726 

Posing. (H 83829, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7727 

Rags, the famous Rotograph cat. (H 
83834, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 

7728 

Remorse. (H 83823, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7729 

Sage group. (H 83821, Oct. 13, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 3, 1906.) 7780 

Taking his bath. (H 83832, Oct. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7781 

Waiting for mother. (H 83833, Oct. 13, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906. ) 7782 

Where's that waiter? (H 83826, Oct. 13, . 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7788 

Who's calling? (H 83819, Oct. 13, 1906; ' 
2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 7784 ' 

Rutherford (William T.), 
Newport, R. 1. 
Torpedo boat Morris going at full speed 
and firing torpedo. ( H 83969, Oct. 18, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7786 

Schwemberger (Simeon), St. 
Michaels, Ariz. 
Caiion del Muerto. (H 82361, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7786 

Dine Tsosi's Hogan. (H 83926, Oct. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7737 

Entrance to Carion de Chelly . ( H 82369, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 

7788 

Hay stacks. ( H 83925, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 7789 

Mother and daughter (Navajo). (H 
83927, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

7740 

Navajo and child. (H 82365, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7741 

Navajo chicken pulling. (H 83928, Oct. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 7742 

family. ( H 82364, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7743 

hut. (H 82359, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906. ) , 7744 

mother and child. (H 82362, Aug. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7746 

sheep and goats. (H 82367, Aug. 

27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 7746 

trails. ( H 82366, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. 

Aug. 27, 1906.) 7747 

Oak Springs. (H 83930, Oct. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 7748 



Schwemberger ( Simeon) , St. 
Michaels, Ariz. 
Pueblo, Colorado wash. ( H 82368, Aug. 
27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906.) 7749 

Ready for the Bix)rt8. ( H 83929, Oct. 17, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7760 

Sheep grazing in Cailon del Muerto. (H 
82368, Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 
1906.) 7761 

White house ruins. (H 82363, Aug. 27, 
1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. ) 7762 

Window (The). (11 83923, Oct. 17, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7768 

front view. ( H 83924, Oct. 17, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7764 

Winter and Hummer residence. H 82360, 
Aug. 27, 1906; 2 c. Aug. 27, 1906. 7766 

Searle (W. J.), Everett, 

Croebv (Fanny J.) no. 1-2. (H 84228, 
84229, Oct. 27, 1906; 2 c. each Oct. 27, 
1906.) 7766 

Serrell (William I.), Bay- 
onne, N. J. 
Arrival of 9<»9, Clayton, N. Y. ( H 84048, 
Oct. 19, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 19, 1906.) 7767 

Shank (Harry F.), Peters- 
burg, W. V^a. 
Lovers leap, Roval Glen, W. Va. near 
Peterjsburg. (H 84021, Oct. 18, 1906.) 

7768 

M. E. church south, Petersburg, W. Va. 

(H 84022, Oct. 18, 1906.) 7769 

Main street, Petersburg, W. Va. (H 
84023, Oct. 18, 1906. ) 7760 

2 c. each Oct. 18, 1906. 

Shuck (J. A.), El Reno, 
Okla. 
Hurrv mamma. (H 83460, Oct. 5, 1906; 
2 c' Oct. 5, 1906.) 7761 

Silfven (Carl A.), Hancock, 

Mich. 

Suomi Synodin 17 sta. Kirkollis Kokous, 

• Hancockissa, Michiganissa, 1906. (H 

83580, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

7762 

Sloane ("William J.), Cleve- 
land, Ohio. 
Public square, Cleveland, O. (H 83921, 
Oct. 16, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906. ) 7768 

Smith (Sterling C), North 
Yakima, Wash. 
Bottomless, in a great crevasse in the 
Goat rock glaciers, Cascade mts. Wash. 
(H 83608, Oct. 9, 1906.) 7764 

Finger rock on Stanlev point, near Wal- 
lowa lake, Oregon. '(H 83605, Oct. 9, 
1906.) 7766 



826 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Smith (Sterling C), North 
Yakima, Wash. 
Mt. Rainier from near the Goat rock gla- 
ciers. 1247. (H 83610, Oct. 9, 1906.) 

7766 

from the Goat rocks. 1248. (H 

83611, Oct. 9, 1906.) 7767 

Nature's ice plant in a great crevasse in 
the Goat rock glaciers. (H 83609, Oct. 

9, 1906. ) 7768 

Peering into a great crevasse in the Goat 
rock glaciers, Cascade mts.. Wash. ( H 
83607, Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7769 

Surface of one of the Goat rock glaciers. 
(H 83612. Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7770 

Warm meals at all hours. (H 83606, 
Oct. 9, 1906.) 7771 

2 c. each Oct. 9, 1906. 

Spangler ( Howard L.) , Brad- 
ford, Pa. 
Old age. (H 83970, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 18, 1906. ) 7772 

Steele (R. E.), St. Paul, 
Minn. 
End view of the magnificent city hall, 
San Francisco disaster. 6503. (H 
83772, Oct. 13, 1906.) 7778 

Whosoever shall give a glass of cold water 
in my name doeth it for me. San 
Francisco disaster. 6505. (H 83774, 
Oct. 13, 1906.) 7774 

2 c. each Oct. 13, 1906. 

Stern (Alva E.), New York, 

N. Y. 

Hearst campaign card. (H 83682, Oct. 

10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7775 

Hughes Hearst postal no. 2. (H 83538, 
Oct. 6, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 6, 1906.) 7776 

Stoner ( William C. ), Monroe, 
Mich. 
Lotus land. (H 83757, Oct. 13, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 13, 1906.) 7777 

Storck (Ferd. ), Butler, N. J. 
Public park, Butler, N. J. (H 83686, 
Oct. 10, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 

7778 
Strauss (J. C. ), St. Louis, 
Mo. 
Creecy ( Edmond ) A. ( H 83420, Oct. 3, 
1906; 2 c Oct. 8, 1906.) 7779 

B. (H 83421, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 

8, 1906.) 7780 

Ernst (Alfred) A-B. (H 84131-84132, 
Oct. 23, 1906; 2 c. each Oct. 23, 1906. ) 

7781 

Hay (Sam R.) (H 83849, Oct. 15, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 18, 1906.) 7782 

Strobhart (Helen E.), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Mister, take my picher. (H 83458, Oct. 
5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 1906.) 7783 



Superior drill company, 

Springfield, Ohio. 

Anticipation. (H 83873, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7784 

Coming mv way. (H 83864, Oct. 15, 

1906.) ' 7786 

Contentment. (H 83879, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7786 

Dad's girl. (H 83866, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7787 

Father's pride. (H 83875, Oct. 15, 
1906.) 7788 

Flower of the field. (H 83874, Oct. 15, 
1906. ) 7789 

Good eyes. (H 83876, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7790 

Happy thoughts. (H 83872, Oct. 15, 

1906. 7791 

Helpmeet. (H 83868, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7798 
I love the farm. ( H 83871, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7793 
I'm useful. (H 83863, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

* 7794 

In clover. (H 83877, Oct. 16, 1906.) 

7795 
Meditation. (H 83869, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7796 

Pride of the northwest. (H 83870, Oct. 

15, 1906.) 7797 

Proper angle. (H 83865, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7798 
Realization. (H 83867, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7799 
Welcome. (H 83880, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7800 
You bet. (H 83878, Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7801 
2 c. each Oct. 15, 1906. 

Sweet brothers, Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 
Trout fishing, Willow river falls. Wis. 
(H 83473, Oct. 5, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 5, 
1906. ) 7802 

Thompson (Franklin E. S.) , 
Marblehead, Mass. 
Light-house Point, Marblehead Neck, 
Mass. (H 83221, Sept. 27, 1906; 2 c, 
Sept. 27, 1906. ) 7808 

Old powder house, Marblehead, Mass. 
(H 84208, Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 
1906. ) 7804 

Thompson (Henrj^ E.), 
Mansfield, Ohio. 
Three legged, double sex wonder. (H 
83622, Oct. 3, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 3, 1906.) 

7805 

Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast, Me. 
Big pier, Stockton Springs, nos. 1-2. 
(H 84163, 84164, Oct. 24, 1906. ) 7806 



PHOTOOBAPH8 



827 



Townsend (Chas. A.), Bel- 
fast, Me. 
Potato Btore house, Stockton Springs. 
(H 84165, Oct. 24, 1906.) 7807 

2 c. each Oct. 24, 1906. 

Travis (C. C), Windsor, 
N. Y. 
Entrance to brid^, Windsor, N. Y. 2. 
(H 84085, Oct. 20, 1906.) 7808 

Lower Main street, Windsor, N. Y. 1. 
(H 84084, Oct. 20, 1906. ) • 7809 

Race way and bridge, Windsor, N. Y. 3. 
(H 84086, Oct. 20, 1906.) 7810 

2 c. each Oct. 20, 1906. 

Trotter (Chas. E.), Frank- 
lin, N. C. 
Bumington Falls, Macon Co., N. C. (H 
84099, Oct. 1, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

7811 
Tupper (H. William), Cam- 
bridfire IMass. 
Park street church. ' ( H 84195, Oct. 24, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 7818 

Turner (Horace K.) com- 
pany, Boston, Mass. 
First church of Christ, Scientist. (H 
83756, Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906. ) 

7818 
Turner (James Edgar), Chi- 
cago, 111. 
Oarmer ( Miss) . ( H 84089, Oct. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7814 

Underbill (Irving), Jersey 
City, N. J. 
High school, Jersey City. D 370. (H 
83799, Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7815 

New York from Brooklyn, D. 365. (H 
82713, Sept. 12, 1906.) 7816 

New York skyscrapers & Brooklyn 

bridge. D. 366. (H 82714, Sept 12, 

1906.) 7817 
from Jersey City, D. 367. (H 

82715, Sept. 12, 190fi. ) 7818 

New York waterfront from Jersey City, 

D. 368. (H 82716, Sept. 12, 1906.) 

7819 
Night & day bank building. B 10670. 

(H 83800, Oct. 15, 1906.) 7820 

Park Row & bridge entrance. (H 81543, 

Aug. 2, 1906.) 7821 

Title guarantee and trust building. B. 

10563. (H 82434, Aug. 29, 1906. ) 

7822 
2 c. each Oct 23, 1906. 

Underwood & Underwood, 
New York N. Y. 
U 95176-U 95186. (H 83405-83415, Oct. 
3, 1906; 2 c. of each Oct 3, 1906. ) 

7823 

U 77429-2; U 95192; U 94892; U 94847; 

U 94780; U 94774; U 77429. ( H 83551- 

83557, Oct. 8, 1906; 2 c. of each Oct. 8, 

1906.) 



Underwood & Underwood, 

New York, N. Y. 

U 94693; U 88963-2; U 95223; U 95256; 

I" 95258; U 95255; U 95247; U 96246; 

U 95251; U 95250. (H 83758-83767, 

Oct 13, 1906; 2c. of each Oct 15, 1906.) 

U 68711; U 68784; U 88562; U 89084; Q 
89222; U 88856; U 88848; U 89256; U 
89251; U 89210; U 89092; U 89260 
U 89053-3; U 32117; U 32127; U 38613 
U 44336; U 45031; U 45393; U 82145 
U 82147; U 83096-2; U 88666; U 89878 
U 90362-2; U 81232; U 81896; U 82042 
U 82045; U 82083^2; U 82111; U 75998 
U 80999; U 81017-2; U 81047; U 81086 
U 81105; U 55305; U 55737; U 55803; U 
59711; U 68655; U 90658; U 94947; U 
95224; U 95376; U 95377. (H 83971- 
84013, 84015-84017, 84019, 84020, Oct 
18, 1906; 2 c. of each Oct 18, 1906.) 

U 94730. (H 84041, Oct 19, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct 19, 1906. ) 

U 94939; U 94939-2; U 94939-3; U 95138; 
U 95359; U 95372; U 87183-2; U 87221; 
U 87234-2; U 94728^2; U 95132. (H 
84139-84149, Oct 24, 1906; 2 c. of each 
Oct. 24, 1906.) 



U. S. S. stereograph com- 
pany, North Benning- 
ton, Vt 
After deck from bridge, cruiser Brook- 
lyn, U. S. navy. B. 202. (H 84058, 
Oct 19, 1906. ) 7884 

Armoured cruiser, New York, U. 8. navy. 
B. 201. (H 84057, Oct 19, 1906.) 

7888 

Beautiful (The) Kariskirche, Vienna, 
Austria. B. 301. (H 84069, Oct 19, 
1906.) 7826 

Broadway and the Post office building. 
New York, U. S. A. B. 10. (H 
84052, Oct 19, 1906.) 7827 

Chinese coolies sawing timber for Japa- 
nese army Teihling, Manchuria. B. 
413. (H 84078, Oct 19, 1906.) 7828 

Coaling U. S. battleships at St Thomas, 
West Indies. B. 211. (H 84067, 
Oct 19, 1906. ) 7829 

Famous (The) Champs Elys^es, from 
Arch of Triumph, Paris, France. B. 
303. (H 84070, Oct 19, 1906.) 7880 

Feasting. B. 102. (H 84055, Oct 19, 
1906.) 7881 

Fleet of U. S. battleships in cruising 
formation, Caribbean sea. B. 212. 
(H 84068, Oct 19, 1906.) 7882 

New York harbor. B. 204. (H 

84060, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7833 

Funeral procession of victims of a sunken 
transport, Hiroshima, Japan. B. 409. 
(H 84081, Oct 19, 1906.) 7884 



328 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



U. S. S. stereograph com- 
pany, North Benning- 
ton, Vt. 
Great piles of stores at Dalny awaiting 
transportation to -Mukden. B. 414. 
(H 84077, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7836 

Grizzly giant (The) big tree, Mariposa 
grove, Cal., U. S. A. B. 12. (H 
84054, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7886 

Inspection, battleship Iowa, U. S. navy. 
B. 205. (H 84061, Oct. 19, 1906.) 

7837 

Japanese cavalry practicing at Hiroshima 
before departing for the front, Japan. 
B. 415. ( H 84076, Oct. 19, 1^K)6. ) 

7838 

Japanese soldiers moving heavy field 
gun, captured from Russians, Manchu- 
ria. B. 416. (H 84075, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 7839 

operating mountain field gun. B. 

411. (H 84080, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7840 

transports at Dalny. B. 418. (H 

84073, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7841 

Letting down a launch from a U. S. bat- 
tleship. B. *i07. (H 84063, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 7842 

Miniature battleship parade in honor of 
Admiral Togo, Tokio, Japan. B. 407. 
(H 84083, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7843 

Naples and Mt. Vesuvius, Italy. B. 305. 
(H 84071, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7844 

On the cotton levee. New Orleans, La., 
U. 8. A. B. 4. (H 84053, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 7846 

Regent street, London, England. B. 
312. (H 84072, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7846 

Soldiers leaving for the front, Japanese 
soldiers marching from Castle grounds, 
Hiroshin, Japan. B. 408. (H 84082, 
Oct. 19 1906.) 7847 

Steady now, a point on quail. B. 112. 
(H 84056, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7848 

Stitch (A) in time saves nine, sailors 
making repairs, U. S. battleship. B. 
206. (H 84062, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7849 

Street (A) in Mukden showing one of its 
old city gates, Manchuria. B. 417. 
(H 84074, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7860 

Thirteen inch guns, battleship Indiana, 
U. S. N. B. 203. (H 84059, Oct. 19, 
1906.) 7861 

Torpedo boat Dahlgren, U. S. navy. B. 
209. ( H 84065, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7862 

U. S. battleship Alabama. B. 208. 

(H 84064, Oct. 19, 1906.) 7863 
Indiana. B. 210. ( H 84066, Oct. 

19, 1906.) 7864 

War correspondents watching a battle, 
hills of Manchuria near Teihling. B. 

412. (H 84079, Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7866 
2 c. each Oct. 19, 1906. 



Van Oeyen (L.), Cleyeland, 
Ohio. 
Chicago White Sox 1906, champions of 
the world. (H 84040, Oct. 19, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 19, 1906. ) 7866 

Vitagraph company of 

America, New York, 

N. Y. 

Race for a wife. (*H 83437, Oct. 4, 1906; 

2 c. Oct. 4, 1906.) 7867 

Wajker (John W. ), Golden, 
Colo. 
Fire in Clear creek cafion. (H 83737, 
Oct. 12, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1906.) 7868 

Warren (Edward), Chicago, 
111. 
And the goblins Ml get you, if you don't 
watch out. (H 82868, Sept. 18, 1906.) 

7869 

Don't vou see I*m lonely. (H 82867, 
Sept.* 18, 1906.) 7860 

2 c. each Sept. 18, 1906. 

Wasson (C. L.), Decatur, 
111. 
Mattoon Elks in grotesque attire. Elks 
parade, Water St., Decatur, 111. (H 
84150, Oct. 24, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 24, 1906.) 

7861 

Weller (Frank L.), HoUey, 
N. Y. 
Erie canal, Holley, N. Y. (H 83627, 
Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7862 

Hollev glen from R. R. ( H 83628, Oct. 
9, 1906. ) 7868 

Holley hose. 1. Standing. (H 83623, 
Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7864 

2. Sitting. ( H 83624, Oct. 9, 1906. ) 

7866 

Lovers' walk. Holley glen. (H 83629, 
Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7868 

N. Y. C. & H. R. R. R. Holley, N.Y. (H 
83630, Oct. 9, 1906.) 7867 

Reflections. Holley glen. (H 83625, 
Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7868 

Sandy creek, Holley, N. Y. (H 83631, 
Oct. 9, 1906.) 7869 

Stepping stones. Holley glen. (H 
83626, Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7870 

2 c. each Sept. 27, 1906. 

White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennington, Vt. 
Excursion fleet at the naval review, 
Oyster Bay. 7464. ( H 83842, Oct. 15, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7871 

First class battleship Maine. 7450. (H 
83843, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906.) 

7878 

Lovely Lake Louise one of nature's most 
perfect gems. Rocky Mts., Alberta, 
Canada. (H 82810, Sept. 17, 1906; 2 c. 
Sept. 17, 1906.) 7878 



PHOTOGRAPHS 



329 



White (H. C.) company, 
North Bennin^on, Vt. 
New state capitol building;, St Paul, 
Minn. , U. S. A. 927. ( H 82809, Sept. 
17, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 17, 1906. ) 7874 

Start; automobile trip. H. C. White co., 
field manager's convention. 8300. (H 
83844, Oct. 15, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 

7876 

White (James R.), Kali- 
spell, Mont. 
Kalispell, Mont. (H 83543, Oct. 8, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 8, 1906.) 7876 

Wilkinson (E. H.), Roswell, 
N. Mex. 
Ben. Davis apples L. F. D. Fann. (H 
84234, Oct. 27, 1906.) 7877 

Orchard, near Roswell, N. M. ( H 84231 , 
Oct. 27, 1906. ) 7878 

Packing apples, L. F. D. Farm. ( H 84232, 
Oct. 27, 1906.) 7879 

Tomato gathering near Roswell, N. M. 
(H 84233, Oct. 27, 1906.) 7880 

2 c. each Oct. 27, 1906. 

Williams (Henry M.), Fort 
Wayne, Ind. 
Lincoln (Abraham). (H 84172, Oct. 25, 
1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906.) 7881 

Williams (Jno.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Oast bronze tablet commemorating the 
signing of the treaty of peace at Ports- 
mouth, N. H. (H 82613, Sept. 6, 1906; 
2 c. Sept. 6, 1906. ) 7882 



Williams (Jno. ), New York, 
N. Y. 
Peace con ference tablet. ( H 82758, Sept. 
13, 1906; 2 c. Sept. 13, 1906.) 7888 

Williams (S. A.), Kansas 
City, Mo. 
Beauty. (H 84109, Oct. 22, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7884 

Wi8e(C. K), Norfolk, Va. 
Souvenir Jamestown exposition. (H 
84171, Oct. 25, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 25, 1906.) 

7886 

tVoods (Sam), Akron, Ohio. 
Cherries. (H 84039, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. 
Oct. 9, 1906. ) 7886 

Helen's prayer. (H 84036, Oct. 10, 1906; 
2 c. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7887 

Iva. ( H 84037, Oct. 18, 1906; 2 c. Oct. 
9, 1906.) 7888 

Motherhood. (H 84038, Oct. 18, 1906; 
2 c. Oct, 9, 1906. ) 7889 

Wooster (George), White- 
river, Ariz. 
Indian hunter. (H 83883, Oct. 16, 1906; 
2 c. July 16, 1906. ) 7890 

Wootten (Bayard), New- 
bern, N. C. 
Modern Rebecca. (H 78030, May 30, 
1906; 2 c. May 22, 1906.) 7891 



Number of entries of Photographs completed by the deposit of 2 copies since 
Jan. 1, 1906 14,148 



CLASS I. FINE ARTS 



Under this headinj? is given a list of the photognphs deposited according to law with application* 
for copyright of painting, drawings. sUituary, and modeln or dt^ignfi intended to be p«rfected a» 
work? of the fine arts. Arranged alphabetically by proprietors with subalpbabet of titles.; 



To save space the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. Thus the notice after the first 
title, if printed in full, would read: "Copyright by Vincenzo Alfano, New York. N. Y. Class I, 
XXc, no. 19661, Oct. 23, 1906; 1 photograph received to complete copyright Oct. '28. 1906." 



Alfano (Vincenzo), New 
York, N. Y. 
Clown lying on his back with legs ex- 
tended in the air tossing a ball with 
his feet Statue by V. Alfano. (I 
19661, Oct. 23, 1906.) 7898 

Screwing up his courage. Statue by V. 
Alfano of a lad standing on a small 
rock and trying to go for the first time 
in the water. (1 19660, Oct. 23, 1906. ) 

7898 

1 photo, each Oct. 23, 1906. 

American-journal-examiner, 

New York, N. Y. 

Dod gast their monkey shines. Old man 

being beaten by band of monkeys. (I 

19562, Oct. 15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 15, 

1906.) 7894 

Happy Hooligan's hard luck. Figure of 
a policeman with club in hand on the 
left, and sitting figure with grotesque 
expression on right side. (I 19480, 
Oct 6, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 6, 1906. ) 

7895 

Her name was Maud. Mule and old 
man up in the air. (1 19561, Oct. 15, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct 15, 1906.) 7898 

Mischievous Katzen jammers. A very 
hairy captain riding in a covered two 
wheel cart, with cooley drawing it; 
two infants on top of the vehicle. (I 
19479, Oct 6, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 6, 
1906. ) 7897 

American lithographic co.. 
New York, N. Y. 

Ideal head. Full face bust portrait of a 
beautiful young woman, her hair 
dressed high and her bodice cut low. 
(I 19704, Oct 27, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
27, 1906.) 7898 

Peek-a-boo. Rural scene in summer; lit- 
tle girl and boy playing round the trunk 
of a large tree. (1 19705, Oct. 27, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 27, 1906. ) 7899 

Puritan girl. V. 70. A young woman in 
quaint attire coming toward the fore- 
ground. She carries a bouquet and a 
prayer book. (1 19324, Sept 21, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept 21, 1906.) 7900 



American lithographic co.. 
New York, N. Y. 
Rough rider girl. V. 67. Young woman 
with Hoft felt hat, wearing a white scarf 
about her neck. She is on horseback. 
(I 19325, Sept. 21, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 
21,1906.) 7901 

January. Young woman in street cos- 
tume. She wears a ruff and holds an 
umbrella. (I 19655, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7902 

February. Full length figure of a young 
woman in street attire. Holds an um- 
brella in her right hand, and wears a 
bouquet of violets. (I 19636, Oct 22, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct 22. 1906.) 7908 

March. Full length figure of young 
woman in street attire. Her left hand 
rests upon her side. (I 19637, Oct 22, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct 22, 1906. 7904 

April. Full length figure of young 
woman in stylish gown with her dark 
hair in a pompadour. (I 19638, Oct 
22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct 22, 1906. ) 7905 

May. Full length figure of voung 
woman in a stylish gown. Her hair is 
arranged low and puffed at the ears. 
(I 19639, Oct 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
22, 1906. ) 7906 

June. Young woman wearing a stylish 
gown. Her right hand is raised to her 
shoulder. (I 19640, Oct 22, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct 22, 1906. ) 7907 

Arion (Arion), Beaumont, 
Tex. 
Innocence. Und raped, red haired young 
girl enjoying a hearty laugh. Pose is 
three quarters front; she is sitting Jap- 
anese style with both arms crossed over 
her head. (I 19472, Oct 5, 1906. ) 

7908 

Lost in thoughts. Und raped young 
woman sitting on bank of a brook, her 
eyes fixed on the water. Pose is nearly 
full front, leaning on her left arm. 
( I 19473, Oct 5, 1906. ) 7909 

331 



332 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



bust of young woman looking to the 
right; she wears a white shirt waist. 
(I 19243, Sept. 8, 1906.) 7915 

Gilbert girl. Full face and neck 



and shoulders of young woman; her 
chin is slightly tilted, and she is look- 
ing directly out of the picture. (I 
19245, Sept. 8, 1906.) 7916 

— Harrison Fisher girl. Head and 
bust of a young lady in full dress toilet, 
profile of face is shown, and she is look- 
ing down. (I 19247, Sept. 8, 1906. ) 

7917 
Manning girl. Shows head and neck 



Arion (Arion), Beaumont, 
Tex. 
Love controls the world. Undraped 
blonde, young woman lying in a light 
green hammock, one end of which is 
tied to the new moon, while Cupid 
holds the other end. (I 19474, Oct. 5, 
1906. ) 7910 

Morning. An undraped young brunette 
standing full front on the rose tinted 
clouds of the rising sun. Left arm is 
raised over her head. (I 19476, Oct. 
5, 1906.) 7911 

Night. Undraped blonde young woman 
standing on the crescent of a new moon. 
She has her back turned toward the 
spectator. (1 19477, Oct. 5, 1906.) 

7912 

Protector. A disrobed brunette asleep 

near her bathing place. Pose is little 

less than full front with her arms crossed 

under her head. ( 1 19475, Oct. 5, 1906. ) 

7913 
1 photo, each Oct. 5, 1906. 

Armour & co., Chicago, 111. 
Armour's Anderson girl. Young lady in 
delicate dress, trimmed at the shoulders 
with lace; her face shows f view, and 
on her head she wears a black hat. (I 
19246, Sept. 8, 1906.) 7914 

Clay girl. Profile view of head and 



of young lady looking directly out of 
picture; her smiling and vivacjous face 
IS crowned by a modish black hat. (I 
19244, Sept. 8, 1906.) 7918 

Williams girl. Head and bust of 

pretty girl in an up to date dress rest- 
ing with her two arms, which are gloved, 
upon a table. (I 19248, Sept. 8, 1906. ) 

7919 
1 photo, each Sept. 8, 1906. 

Austrian ( Ben ) , Mount Penn, 
Pa. 
Guilty or not guilty. Painting of a fox 
terrier pup seated on hind quarters 
looking at a little black and white kit- 
ten. (I 19682, Oct. 25, 1906; 1 photo. : 
Oct. 25, 1906. ) 7920 ' 



Austrian (Ben), Mount Penn, 

Pa. 

My Plymouth lady. Painting of an old 

Plymouth Rock hen surrounded by 

her brood of chicks. (I 19683, Oct. 25, 

1906; 1 photo. Oct. 25, 1906.) 7921 

New arrival. Painting of a fox terrier, 
seated with one paw raised, looking at 
a little chick. (I 19548, Oct. 13, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 13, 1906. ) 7922 

Uninvited guests. Painting of a Boston 
bull pup seated on hind quarters look- 
ing at two chicks who are feeding at a 
dish. (I 19684, Oct. 25, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 25, 1906. ) 7928 

You're no dog. Painting of a fox terrier 
pup seated on a rug, looking at a toy 
dog. (I 19547, Oct. 13, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 13, 1906. ) 7924 

Austrian (Ben), Reading, 
Pa. 
In mischief. A bull pup in a corner, 
with feathers in his mouth, looking at 
a little chick w^ho has lost some tail 
feathers. (I 19554, Oct. 15, 1906; I 
photo. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7926 

Me some too. A white, woolly French 
poodle pup looking at a little black 
and white chick who is approaching a 
dish of milk and toast. (1 19559, Oct. 
15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7926 

Referee (The) A bull pup looking at 
two little chicks who are struggling 
with a worm. (I 19558, Oct. 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7927 

Strange visitor. Bull pup seated on his 
hind quarters looking at a little chick 
in the right hand corner of the canvas. 
(I 19555, Oct. 15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
15, 1906. ) 7928 

Where do you come from? A white, 
woolly French poodle pup looking at a 
little chick. Eggshell and feathers in 
foreground. (1 19553, Oct. 15, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7929 

Who invited you? Bull pup on his hind 
quarters, one ear up and one down, 
looking at a little chick. (1 19556, Oct 
15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7980 

You're no real bear! A bull pup looking 
at a woolly toy bear. (1 19557, Oct. 15, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7981 

Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Drawing showing heads and shoulders of 
four ladies; one full front, two semi 
front, and one profile view. They 
wear hats of different patterns. (I 
19631, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 
1906. ) 7982 



FINE ABTH 



388 



Bames-Oosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing half figures of three young 
ladies. All are shown three auarter 
front view, two facing the thircl. All 
wear short jackets and street hats. ( I 
19368, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
24, 1906.) 7988 

in form of a circle in which stands 

a man front view, various articles of 
men*8 apparel are shown alx>ut etlgeof 
circle. ( 1 19302, Sept 17, 1906; 1 photo. 
Sept 17, 1906.) 7984 

circle showing a man seate<l on a 



bench, his head and one shoulder out- 
side the circle. He wears a suit of un- 
derclothes, the sleeves of which are 
short, and a pair of stockings. (I 
19435, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 1, 
1906.) 7985 

horizontal panel, at the right end 



are shown a raan*s feet and limbs wear- 
ing shoes and trousers. ( 1 19312, Sept 
17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 17, 1906.) 

7986 
— of a lady standing back of a table on 
which are several bowls and pieties of 
cut glass, chairs, pictures, etc. (I 
19433, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 1, 
1906. ) 7987 

nearly front view beside a stairway 



with one hand on the bannister. She 
wears street costume. (I 19632, Oct. 
22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct 22, 1906. ) 7938 

w^earing a bathrobe and holding a 



towel over one arm. (I 19311, Sept 
17,1906; 1 photo. Sept 17, 1906. ) 7939 

a man standing three quarters back 



view, holding hat and gloves in one 
hand and cane in the other. He wears 
a long overcoat. (I 19629, Oct 22, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7940 
— a young man walking nearly front 
view. He wears a single breasted sack 
suit, carries his gloves in one hand and 
is adjusting his cap with the other. 
(119424, Oct 1, 1906; 1 photo. Oct 
1,1906.) 7941 

boy standing at foot of a stairway 



leaning against bannister. He wears 
a double breasted suit and has one foot 
on first step. (I 19630, Oct. 22, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7942 

— full figure of a boy about four years 
of age. He is shown side view and 
wears a short reefer overcoat, knee 
pants, shoes and stockings. (I 19374, 
Sept 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 

7943 
a man back view. He wears a sack 



suit and derby hat. Both hands are 
held in front of his body out of view. 
(I 19373, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept 
24, 1906. ) 7944 



Barnes-Ooeby company, 
C^hicago, 111. 
Pen drawing half figure of a la<ly, pro- 
file view. She holds one arm ex- 
tende<l, and is hanging a numl>er of 
belts across same. ( I 19626, Oct. 22, 
m)6; 1 photo. Oct 22, 1906.) 7945 

man, front view. He stands behind 



a table on which are several Iwxes of 
handkerchiefs. ( 1 19575, Oct 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 19(W.) 7946 

two men. Thev face partly towards 



one another. Both wear white shirts 
and black trousers and are without 
coats or hats. ( I 19376, Sept 24, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept 24, 1906. ) 7947 

— head and shoulders of lady profile 
view. She wears a large hat and is ad- 
justing a veil before an oval mirror. 
(I 19634, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct 
22, 1906.) 7948 

man, front view, leaning forward 



putting on hose. He wears a bath 
rol)e. On the floor are several pairs 
of hose. (1 19576, Oct 15, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7949 

standing front view putting on a 



vest. Has on shirt, trousers, shoes, 
collar and tie, but no hat. (1 19628, 
Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct 22, 1906.) 

7950 
three quarters back view. He wears 



a long overcoat, fedora hat, and holds 
a cane under one arm. He is holding 
a paper in his hands. (I 19425, Oct 1, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct 1, 1906.) 7951 

showing a boy about 6 years old 



sitting i quarters front view, on a 
bench; he wears a sailor blouse suit. 
(I 19309, Sept 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
17,1906.) 796« 

a girl and boy, ages about 7 and 5 



respectively. The girl is on a stool and 
the boy oii the floor. Girl has taken 
off her shoes and the boy one shoe and 
one stocking. (I 19571, Oct 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7963 

lady and man, the latter holding a 



coverlet, which she is examining 
through a lorgnette. ( I 19572, Oct 15, 
1906; 1 photo'. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7964 

profile view, walking. She carries 



a jacket under one arm. In back- 
ground are a number of tree trunks. 
(I 19569, Oct 15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
15, 1906.) 7965 

seated at a combination writing desk 



and book case. She rests one arm on 
the desk and holds a pen in this hand. 
(I 19426, Oct 1, 1906; 1 photo. Oct 1, 
1906. ) 7956 



884 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Barnes - Crosby company, 
Chicafi^o, 111. 
Pen drawing lady and man, front view, 
she wears street costume, hat and 
gloves and holds a hand bag on her lap. 
(I 19305, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
17,1906.) 7967 

in a large chair face in profile read- 
ing a paper, back of her is a library. 
(1 19304, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
17,1906.) 7968 

sitting on a chair face front view, 



with her hands clasped across one 
knee. She wears a low-necked costume. 
(I 19625, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
22, 1906. ) 7969 

standing front view. She is adjust- 



ing her veil with one hand; the other 
is at her side. She wears street suit 
and hat. In background is a low stone 
wall. (1 19570, Oct. 15, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7960 

— nearly front view. She carries a 
muff in one hand, the other is held 
behind her. (I 19568, Oct. 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7961 

wears a street costume, hat and fur 



boa. An oval of chrysanthemums en- 
closes part of the figure. (1 19623, Oct. 
22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 

7962 

three quarter front view, putting on 



her gloves. She wears long cloak, hat 
and veil. (I 19567, Oct. 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7968 

-— a Turkish woman seated on the floor 
leaning against a pile of rugs, two rugs 
are spread out over the floor. ( 1 19303, 
Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 17, 1906.) 

7964 

— a young girl in a single bed. In the 
background is a small window with 
the curtain partly drawn and a narrow 
panel picture on the wall. (I 19367, 
Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 

7966 

— a young man standing profile view 
putting on his gloves. He wears a sack 
suit and hat. In the background is a 
city street. (I 19574, Oct. 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906. ) 7966 

full figure of a lady in street suit and 



hat, and boa and muff of white fur. 
Skirt and boa are blown to one side. 
Background of pine needles and cones. 
(I 19516, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
10, 1906.) 7967 

— standing front view in a large door- 
way of a dwelling between the portiers. 
She holds one of the portiers with each 
hand. (I 19370, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 24, 1906. ) 7968 



Barnes -Crosby company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing lady and man, side view. 
She wears a dressy costume, hat 
trimmed with plumes, and a fur collar 
and muff. She leans against a high sup- 
port, with her body inclined slightly. 
(I 19429, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 1,. 
1906. ) 7969 

a man standing front view wearing^ 

an overcoat and Derby hat. One arm 
at his side; the hand holds a glove. 
Other hand in overcoat pocket. (I 
19517, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10^ 
1906. ) 797a 

boy about six years of age. Stands 



nearly full front view with head bent. 
Wears Russian blouse coat with sailor 
collar. (I 19518, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7971 

— three ladies. The one at the left is 
shown three quarter back view, the 
others are front view. All wear street 
suits and hats. (I 19428, Oct. 1, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7972 

two ladies and half figure of a third. 



One of the former is standing and the 
other is half seated on the arm of a 
chair. Both wear street suits and hats, 
and face parti v toward one another. ( I 
19372, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24^ 
1906. ) 797S 

figures of two ladies standing nearly 



full front view. Both wear knit under- 
wear, and a loose robe appears to have 
fallen from the shoulders of one at the 
left. (I 19521, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 10, 1906. 7974 

length figure of a lady seated in a 



chair, side view. On the floor in front 
of her and behind her are several rolls 
of carpet. She wears a street suit, hat 
and furs. (I 19431, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7975 

on the edge of a bath tub. She wears 



a bath robe. In background are a bowl, 
tub, towel rack, etc. (1 19430, Oct. 1, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 1, 1906.) 7976 

man wearing a white shirt which is 



open down the entire length. He is 
in the act of buttoning his shirt. ( I 
19519, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10, 
1906. ) 797T 

three ladies, one in profile and the 



others nearly front view. They are 
without hats; in background is a can- 
dle, pictures, plants, etc. (1 19624, Oct. 
22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906.) 797S 

men. Two front, one nearly back 



view. All wear Derby hats, standing 
collars and ties. (I 19520, Oct. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7979 



FINE ART8 



886 



Barnes - Crosby company, 
Chicago, III. 
Pen drawing, head and shoulders of a lady 
f front view; she wears a flat crownetl 
hat tilted to one side of her head. (I 
19307, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 17, 
1906. ) 7980 

man. He wears a stiff hat, winjj collar 

and four-in-hand tie. (I 19375, Kept. 
24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept, 24, 1906. ) 7981 

front view, he wears a fedora hat, 



turnover collar and four-in-hand tie. 
(I 19310, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
17, 1906. ) 7982 

— of a man fn)nt view. He wears a 
wing collar, a four-in-hand tie and no 
hat. (I 19427, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 1, 1906.) 7988 

heads and shoulders of four ladies. 



All are in profile and wear street suits 
and hats. One has a fur collar and 
another a light boa. (1 19515, Oct. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10, 1906.) 7984 

— wear hats and three wear fur neck- 
wear. An horizontal panel of solid 
black forms the background. ( I 19432, 
Oct. 1, 1906 1; photo. Oct. 1, 1906.) 

7986 



— interior of a library in a dwelling. 
In center a lady shows back view stand- 
ing in front of a tall book case. (I 
19513, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10/ 
1906.) 7988 

— man and ladv on veranda of dwell- 



ing. Man stands profile view putting 
on his gloves. Lady stands nearly front 
view and is adjusting her gloves. (I 
19627, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 
1906. ) 7987 

the full figures of six children. The 



largest is a girl in the center. Four 
girls and one boy, all about the same 
size, constitute the remainder of the 
group. All wear street suits and hats. 
(1 19366, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
24, 1906.) 7988 

three-fourths figures of two ladies 



profile view. One wears modern and 
the other puritanic costume. At top 
is a row of turkeys. (I 19633, Oct. 22, 
1906: 1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906.) 7989 

quarter figure of a lady seated, wear- 



ing a street suit and a long stole of er- 
mine. Background is formed of this- 
tles. (I 19514, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7990 

— two ladies in center of a room stand- 



ing beside a table. One is front view, 
the other profile. A side board is at 
either side of room and a chair in the 
foreground. (I 19365, Sept. 24, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 7991 



Barnes - ( ' nisby company , 
Chicago, 111. 
Pen drawing two ladies traveling costume 
at a railway station. One is seated on 
a tnmk and the other standing behind 
her. (I 19511, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 10, 1906.) 7998 

One seated profile view by a table, 

the latter standing l)ehind it carrving 
some napkins. (1 19566, Oct. 15, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 7998 

two small girls. Both are without 



hats and wear dresses of light color. 
(I 19512, Oct. 10, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
10, 1906.) 7994 

— two thirds figure of a lady nearly 
front view, she is holding a handker- 
chief in each hand. (1 19308, Sept. 17, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 17, 1906.) 7998 

upper part of figure of a lady seated 



behind a table with one forearm rest- 
ing on the table. She wears a street 
suit, gloves and hat. (1 19510, Oct. 10, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10, 1906. ) 7996 

Picture of young lady in evening dress 
with a bull-dog in her lap; she has her 
arm partly around her neck. Front 
view of both. (I 19621, Oct. 22, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7997 

man, smooth face, in up-to-date bus- 
iness suit, hat and cane in one hand, 
gloves in other, arm akimbo, comfort- 
ablv seated in window seat. Full 
figure. ( I 19622, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 7998 

Quarter tone drawing of a lady J front 
view, standing, at the left side is a ver- 
tical panel, she wears street costume. 
(I 19801, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
17, 1906.) 7999 

man standing nearly front view; he 



holds a book in his hands, and wears 
a single breasted sack suit. (1 19565, 
Oct. 15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 

8000 

showing a lady seated in a chair 



three quarters front view. She wears 
a black dress, long gloves, and hat wuth 
plumes. (I 1957;-;, Oct. 15, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 15, 1906.) 8001 

— two-thirds figure of three ladies in a 



row, the one in the middle is front 
view, the others profile, all wear waists 
with short sleeves and are without hats. 
(I 19806, Sept. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
17,1906.) 8002 

Wash drawing of full figure of a lady in 
street dress. She faces partly to the 
right of the observer and is in the act 
of fastening her glove. (I 19371, Sept. 
24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 

8003 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTBIE8 



Barnes-Crosby company, 
Chicago, Hi. 
Wash drawing showing full length fig- 
ure of a woman seated side wise in a 
chair. She rests one elbow on the back 
of the chair and supports her chin with 
this hand. She wears a street hat and 
suit. (I 19434, Oct. 1, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 1, 1906. ) 8004 

head and shoulders of a lady. She 

wears a large hat trimmed with plumes 
and a large bow and roses. The top 
and left side of the drawing is enclosed 
by a frame made up of fine parallel 
lines and roses. (1 19369, Sept. 24, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 8006 

Bengough (Wm.), Kiamesha 
Lake, N. Y. 
Party telephone. Interior country 
kitchen. In right foreground is old 
man seated, smoking pipe. At left is 
young man seated smoking with dog 
beside him. (I 19381, Sept. 25, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 25, 1906. ) 8006 

Blenner (Carle J.), New 
York, N. Y. 
In maiden meditation, fancy free. Three 
quarter length figure of young woman 
in white dress, standing at window. 
(I 19398, Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
27, 1906. ) . 8007 

Mildred. Head and bust of young woman, 
dark hair, face full front. Wears dark 
red bodice with white at shoulders. 
Has chain set with pearls around neck. 
(I 19397, Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
27, 1906.) 8008 

Yes or no. Side view of young woman 
seated l)efore an open fire. Face full 
front. Bunch of roses on floor. (I 
19542, Oct. 12, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 8009 

Brooke & McConnell, Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 
Cover design for booklet on Westing- 
house fan motors. A business office 
with a roll-top desk and seated man 
in foreground. A fan is on the desk 
with current of air directed on the man. 
(I 19596, Oct. 19, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
19,1906.) 8010 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
At the ford. A young girl dressed in a 
summer gown is seated on a large white 
horse which she has lead into the wide 
stream to drink. (I 19362, Sept. 24, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 8011 

Autumn days. Woodland on an autumn 
day when the leaves have left the trees. 
(I 19356, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
24, 1906. ) 8012 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul, 
Minn. 
Camp ( The ) fire. An Indian seated alone 
in the dark woods. Beside him is a lit- 
tle fire which he seemingly has made 
for himself. (I 19359, Sept. 24, 1906; 
1 photo Sept. 24, 1906.) 8018 

Cow boy life. Three cow boys on horse- 
back, one in the foreground and two 
in the background. (I 19358, Sept. 24, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 8014 

Daisies. Bust picture of a young girl. 
Her hair is arranged very loosely about 
her head and adorned with daisies. ( I 
19486, Oct. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 8, 
1906.) 8015 

Dan. Picture of a horse* s head. Char- 
acteristic feature is a large white spot 
between the eyes. Background con- 
sists of a fence and trees in the distance. 
(I 19487, Oct. 8, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 8, 
1906.) 8016 

General VVashington at Yorktown. He 
is painted on horseback; soldiers can 
be seen in the background amid cannon 
and smoke. (I 19485, Oct. 8, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 8, 1906. ) 8017 

presenting the Count de Rochambeau 

at Mt. Vernon . The people at the house 
are eagerly awaiting the arrival of these 
two persons who are on horseback. (I 
lv^363, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 8018 

Hailing in the fog. Two fishermen out 
on the rough water. They have two 
pair of oars, although only one of the 
men is rowing while the other stands 
erect in the boat waving his arm above 
his head. (I 19355, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 8019 

In the shade of the old apple tree. A lit- 
tle to the right of center of picture is a 
large apple tree in bloom in the shade 
of which are a number of cows. (I 
19361, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 
1906. ) 8080 

Spring in the Berkshires. A piece of 
woodland where to the right a little 
stream winds through toward the fore- 
ground of the picture. (I 19360, Sept. 
24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 24, 1906.) 

8081 

Woodland pasture. A wide stream, where 
a number of cows are walking thru, 
(1 19357, Sept. 24, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 
24, 1906. ) 8088 

Burman (Wm.) and Allen 
« (Edward v.), Jackson, 
Mich. 
Elk's head. Statue is that of an elk's 
head in relief and mounted in a frame 
to form a placque. (I 19283, Sept. 6, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 6, 1906.) 8088 



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Carl vie (Florence), New 
York, N. Y. 
Afternoon call. Figure of young woman, 
face in profile. Wears red velvet suit, 
black hat, long ermine stole and muff, 
on which is a bunch of violets. (I 
19540, Oct. 12, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 12, 
1906. ) 8024 

Chapman (C. Durand), 
Washington, D. C. 
Official birdseye view Jamestown expo- 
sition. View shows exposition grounds. 
Old Point Comfort, Hampton Roads 
and a fleet of warships, etc. (I 19707, 
Oct. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 27, 1906.) 

8025 

Cleveland hippodrome com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Euclid avenue view of the Cleveland hip- 
podrome building. Drawing represents 
the perspective view of the front of an 
eleven story building. (I 19544, Sept. 
15, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 11, 1906. ) 8026 

Ccle (Frederick E. N. ), Kenil- 
worth, 111. 
Three monkeys in a group on the branches 
of a tree illustrating the saying ** Hear 
no evil, see no evil, speak no evil." 
(I 19528, Oct. 11, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
11, 1906.) 8027 

Coles & CO. , New York, N. Y. 
Pride of the orchard. In front of large 
tree (the trunk only of which can be 
seen) are two baskets of large red 
apples. (I 19823, Sept. 20, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 20, 1906. ) 8028 

Collier (P. F.) & son, New 
York, N. Y. 
In the woods. Painting by W. T. Smed- 
ley of a man and woman, a little boy 
and girl in the woods. The leaves are 
turning in autumn colors. (I 19689, 
Oct. 25, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 25, 1906.) 

8029 

Old (The) man of the North Atlantic. 
Admiral Robley D. Evans on the bridge 
of the flagship Maine. He is leaning 
on the rail. (I 19281, Sept. 13, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 13, 1906. ) 8030 

Collier's weekly, New York, 
N. Y. 
Arabian nights entertainments. The 
story of the kings son, a painting show- 
ing a man in white robes, ascending the 
steps toward a sunlit pool. (I 19531, 
Oct. 11, 1906. ) 8031 

Speed ghosts; a racing automobile going 
at full speed in the semi-darkness of the 
early morning. (1 19532, Oct. 11, 1906.) 

8032 
1 photo, each Oct. 11, 1906. 



Coltman (Ora), Cleveland, 
Ohio. 
Tablet containing bas-relief portrait of 
Andrew Carnegie. Facing the relief 
portrait is a branch of laurel and the 
lettering **Thi8 building is the gift of 
Andrew Carnegie to the people of 
Cleveland, A. D. 1905." ( I 19509, Oct. 
10, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 10, 1906.) 

8088 

Conkhn (David B.), Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. 
Family skeleton. The skeleton is knot^k- 
ing at a door over which is the inscrip- 
tion *'No admittance!" (1 19678, Oct. 
24, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 24, 1906.) 

8034 

Cottrell (Herbert J.), Oak 
Park, 111. 
Skido no. 23. Grotesque drawing of a 
dog, hair clipped fantat^tically, tail 
erect and fastened to a flag bearing the 
number 23. (I 19677, Oct. 24, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 24, 1906.) 803ft 

Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
Angler. Young woman carrying fishing 
rod over her right shoulder. Her left 
hand rests on wicker game basket. (I 
19653, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 
1906.) 8036 

At the pasture gate. Summer landscape; 
two cows in foreground. One at left is 
black and white and ha^ head raised, 
other is brown and white and has head 
lowered. (I 19620, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 8037 

Captain of the crew. Three quarters 
figure of young woman in red jacket, 
with bare arms, holding a paddle in 
left hand. (I 19649, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 8038 

Fair chauffeur. Young woman in red coat 
seated in automobile. Wears brown 
gloves and has hold of the wheel. (I 
19651. Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 
1906. j 8039 

Genevieve. Head and bust of young 
woman with dark hair arranged on top 
of head. Full face. Dark drapery 
over white gauze around shoulders, 
one large dark red rose at bust. (I 
19394, Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 27, 
1906. ) 8040 

Horsewoman. Young woman in dark 
green riding habit. Holds crop in both 
hands under chin. (I 19650, Oct. 22, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 1906.) 3041 

Inez. Head and bust of blond woman, 
face in profile. Yellow brocade dra- 
peries over shoulders. Jeweled chain 
draped in hair. (I 19395, Sept. 27, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 27, 1906.) 8042 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYBIGHT ENTRIES 



Crane (J. W.), New York, 
N. Y. 
News of the nomination. Country scene 
in summer. Farmer seated in buck- 
board is talking to two others who are 
on a rail fence. (1 19647, Oct. 22, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct, 22, 1906. ) 8048 

Tennis girl. Young woman in light 
brown suit, holding a racquet in left 
hand. (1 19652, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 22, 1906. ) 8044 

Craven (Edward T.) Hyde 
( Araunah VV. ), and Eddy 
( William B.) United 
States of America. 
Drawing represents the figure of a woman 
with bare arms and shoulders in the 
act of adjusting and fastening a skirt. 
(I 19545, Jan. 27, 1905; 1 photo. Jan. 
27, 1905. ) 8045 

Crowell publishing company, 
Springfield, Ohio. 
Morning, noon, and night. The heads 
of three young women; the one to the 
left with dropping head and closed 
eyes, the central figure with head up- 
right, the one to the right with face 
upward. (I 19478, Oct. 6, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 6, 1906. ) 8046 

Daprato statuary company, 
Chicago, 111. 
Holy way of cross. Relief group sur- 
rounded by a Roman station frame 
representing Jesus, Pilate and two 
other figures. (I 19461, Oct. 4, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 4, 1906.) 8047 

Dime savings and trust com- 
pany, Peoria, ill. 
Peoria, 1846. Across a stream, on which 
there are several boats, is a city. 
Clouds in skv. On the bank in fore- 
ground are several men working. (I 
19546, Oct. 4, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 4, 
1906. ) 8048 

Droste (August), Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 
What the — is he then? A cartoon draw- 
ing consisting of a horned and winged 
human figure having a tail. (I 19581, 
Oct. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 17, 1906.) 

8049 

Dulin (Robert C), McKees- 
port. Pa. 
Statuary. A rectangular stone base imi- 
tating rough rock supporting a supple- 
mentary base having moulded edges, 
the front side provided with a panel. 
(1 19618, Oct. 22, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 22, 
1906. ) 8050 



Dunsmore (John Ward), 
New York, N. Y. 
Lafayette and Washington at Valley 
Forge. Lafayette laying before Wash- 
ington his special commission and pro- 
1 testing his sincere friendship. ( 1 19687, 
{ Oct. 18, 1906.) 8051 

While the wheel hums. Scene in an old 
colonial kitchen; while the mother is 
engaged at the open fire place and the 
j daughter is spinning near the window 
I which is open, the girls lover appears 
and tries to steal a kiss. (I 19688, 
Oct. 18, 1906. ) 8052 

! 1 photo, each Oct. 18, 1906. 

I 

' Fairbanks (E. & T.) & co., 

St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

] Builders* plan; a drawing of a 44 ft. 100 
ton, 5 section iron frame railway track 

, scale. Sheets 1& 2, style 12. (119583- 
19584, Oct. 17, 1906; 1 photo, each 
Oct. 17, 1906.) 8063 

40 ft. 4 sections, 150 ton iron frame 



railway track scale, numbered. 9-7-06 
H, sheet 1, drawer 10, style 8. (I 
19278, Sept. 13, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 13, 
1906. ) 8054 

an 86 ft. 150 ton, 8 sections iron 



frame railway track scale, standard 
steel construction. It illustrates an 
arrangement for supporting a dead rail 
track. ( I 19589, Oct. 18, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 18, 1906.) 8055 

end elevation. Drawing of a 52 ft. 



X 13 ft. 3 in., 100 ton, 5 sections sus- 
pension track scale. (I 19286, Sept. 14, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 14, 1906.) 8056 

60 ft. by 13 ft. 3 in., 6 sections, 100 



tons suspension track scale, 12 feet be- 
tween rods. It consists of two cross 
sections of end view. (I 19319, Sept. 
19,1906; 1 photo. Sept. 19, 1906. ) 8067 

side elevation. Drawing of a 52 ft. 



X 13 ft. 3 in., 100 ton 5 section suspen- 
sion track scale. (I 19284, Sept. 14, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 14, 1906.) 8068 

60 ft. by 13 ft. 3 in., 6 sections, 100 



ton, suspension track scale, 12 ft. be- 
tween rods. (I 19317, Sept. 19, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 19, 1906. ) 8069 

Detail plan. Drawing of a 40 ft. 4 sec- 
tions, 150 ton iron frame railway scale, 
numbered 9-7-06 H sheet 3, drawer 
10, style 8. (I 19280, Sept. 13, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 13, 1906.) 8060 

First detail plan; a drawing of a 44 ft. 100 
ton, 5 section, iron frame, railway track 
scale, sheet 3, style 12. (I 19585, 
Oct. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 17, 1906.) 

8061 



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389 



Fairbanks (E. A T.) A co., 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

First detail plan; a drawing of an 86 ft., 
150 ton, 8 sections iron frame railway 
track scale. (I 19591, Oct. 18, 19(m; 1 
photo. Oct. 18, 1906.) 8069 

Foandation plan. Drawing of a 40 ft. 4 
sections, 150 ton, iron frame railway 
scale, numbered 9-7-06 H, sheet 2, 
drawer 10, style 8. (I 19279, Sept. 13, 
1906; 1 photo. Sept. 13, 1906. ) 8068 

52 ft. X 13 ft. 3 in., 100 ton, 5 section 

suspension track scale. ( 1 19287, Sept. 
14, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 14, 1906.) 8064 



60 ft. by 13 ft. 3 in., 6 sections, 100 



tons suspension trac^k scale, 12 ft. he- 
tween fckIp. The fijyrures of the draw- 
ing show respectively plan and si<le 
elevation. (I 19320," Sept. 19, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 19, 1906. ) 8068 



an 86 ft. 150 ton, 8 sections iron 



frame railway track scale. (I 19590, 
Oct. 18, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

8066 

Plan view. Drawing of a 52 ft. x 13 ft. 3 
in., 100 ton, 5 section HUispennion track 
scale. (1 19285, Sept. 14, 190(); 1 photo. 
Sept. 14, 1906.) 8067 



60 ft. by 13 feet 3 in., 6 sections, 100 



tons suspension track scale, 12 ft. l)e- 
tween rods. The part at the right hand 
end of the drawing illustrates the up- 
l>er frame. (I 19318, Sept. 19, 1906; 
1 photo. Sept. 19, 1906. ) 8068 

Second detail plan; a drawing of a 44 ft. 
100 ton, 5 section iron frame railway 
track scale, sheet 4, scale 12. (119586, 
Oct. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 17, 1906.) 

8069 

an 86 ft., 150 ton, 8 sections iron 



frame railway track scale. (I 19592, 
Oct. 18, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 18, 1906. ) 

8070 

Third detail plan ; a drawing of a 44 ft. 100 
ton, 5 section iron frame railway track 
scale, sheet 5, style 12. ( 1 19587, Oct. 
17, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 17, 1906.) 8071 



an 86 ft., 150 ton, 8 sections iron 



frame railway track scale. (1 19593, 
Oct. 18, 1906;* 1 photo. Oct. 18, 1906.) 

8072 
Field and stream incorpo- 
rated,* New^ York, N. Y. 
Caught with a fly. Painting of a black 
bass swimming. He has been hooked 
, in the corner of his mouth. (1 19659, 
Oct. 23, 1906; 1 photo. 0(;t. 23, 1906.) 

8073 

3595— FT 4, NO 17—06 4 



Finn (.Tamet) W.), New 
York, N. Y. 
MaMiue of Flora. Painting contains 16 
figures nearly life size. The panel is 
about 11 by 30 ft. The Iwckground 
contains a trellis design A four columns. 
(1 1953.S, Oct. 12. 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
12, 1906.) 8074 

Flanagan (John ) , New York, 
N. Y. 

Birth of Aphro<lite, lias relief. Nude 
figure of Aphrodite stan<ling in a shell. 
(1 19582, Oct. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 
17, 1906.) 8076 

French ( Frank) , New York, 

N. Y. 

Village philosophers. Three old men 

seated on a pile of planks, talking. (I 

19403, Sept. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 27, 

1906. ) 8076 

(iay ((ieo. Howell), New 
York, N. Y. 
Combing wave. Marine view with surf 
breaking on the beach. In right fore- 
ground is short stretch of sand. In 
background are three schooners: sea 
^ulls in center background. (I 19541, 
Oct. 12, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 12, 1906.) 

8077 

Receding ti<le. Marine view along the 
l)each, showing cliffs in foreground and 
background at right. In centre fore- 
ground several rocks partly sub- 
merjred. (I 19405, Sei)t. 27, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 27, 1906. ) 8078 

(libbs (Rol)ert Paton), New 
York, N. Y. 
Po- trait of Robert Paton ( libbs. Man 
seated, showing figure to below the 
knees. Dark velvet cap, worn velvet 
coat, hands clasped in front, looking 
directly out of picture. (I 19676, Oct. 
24, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 24, 1906. ) 8079 

(iorrow ( Mrs. Monac) , New 
York, N. Y. 
Painting of a man and woman holding a 
wish bone in their hands, he looking at 
her, she facing him and in the act of 
wishing. (I 19506, Oct. 8, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 8, 1906.) 8080 

Grosvenor (J. M. ) & co., 
Boston, Mass. 
Out for a drive. Painting of two boys on 
a barrel. The one in front holds lines 
which are fastened on two voungdogs. 
(1 19703, Oct. 27, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 27, 
1906. ) 8081 



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Gude (O. J.). New York, 

N. Y. 

Mecca; a waiter in white apron holding 

out a tray containing a box of cigarettes. 

(I 19580, Oct. 17, 1906; 1 photo. Oct. 

17, 1906.) 8082 

Gunn (Archie), New York, 
N. Y. 
College mascot, (iirl dressed in bright 
red skirt, white waist, l)lue belt, wear- 
ing red cap. Holds red and blue pen- 
nant in right hand. (I 19385, Sept. 25, 
1906. ) 8083 

in black dress and black hat trimmed 

with orange ribbon, holding orange and 
black flag in right hand. At right side 
isa large tiger. ( 1 19387, Sept. 25, 1906. ) 

8084 

Figure of young woman in red dress 



and hat. Holds megaphone to her 
mouth and in left hand holds red flag. 
(I 19386, Sept. 25, 1906.) 8085 

1 photo, each Sept. 25, 1906. 

Guy (Seymour J.), New 
York, N. Y. 
Old ferry. In foreground on a small 
river ferry is a yoke nf oxen hitc^hed to 
a load of hay. At side of oxen is a boy 
in overalls. (I 19648, Oct 22, 1906; 1 
photo. Oct. 22, 1906. ) 8086 

Harmer (Alexander), Santa 
Barbara, Cal. 
Palmy days of the Spanish Califomians. 
The Don is mounted on a white horse; 
at his side a man and woman on a dark 
horse. In the rear a mounted guitar 
player. ( 1 19686, Oct. 25, 1906; 1 photo. 
Oct. 25, 1906.) 8087 

Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
Am I next? Water color painting of a 
tramp riding horseback with a charm- 
ing young lady. ( 1 19466, Oct. 5. 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 5, 1906.) 8088 

Bull dog. Oil painting of a ball dog's 
head and shoulders. (I 19471, Oct. 5, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 5, 1906.) 8089 

Girl with the oar. Water color painting 
showing girl in foreground holding an 
oar over her shoulder. (I 19388, Sept. 
26, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 26, 1906. ) 8090 

Herald of spring. Water color painting 
representing a spring landscape, sheep 
and blossoming apple tree in fore- 
ground, stream on the left. (I 19391, 
Sept. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 26, 1906.) 

8091 

Holding hands. Water color painting of 
a tramp having his nails manicured by 
young lady. (I 19469, Oct. 5, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 8092 



Hill (R.), Philadelphia, Pa. 
In winter's icy grasp. W^ater color paint- 
ing of winter scene with snow on the 
ground. Hill and trees in foreground 
and house in battkground. (I 19389, 
Sept. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 26, 1906. ) 

8098 

Neath summer skies. Water color paint- 
ing of landscape showing water-fall in 
foreground and hills in background. 
(I 19390, Sept. 26, 1906; 1 photo. Sept. 

26, 1906. ) 8094 

Russet garb of autumn. Water color 
painting of autumn landscape with 
stream of wa^^er running in center of 
the scene. (I 19392, Sept. 26, 1906; 1 
photo. Sept. 26, 1906. ) 8096 

Setter with a quail in its mouth. Oil 
painting of a setter dog holding a quail 
in its mouth. (I 19470, Oct. 5, 1906; 
1 photo. Oct. 5, 1906.) 8096 

This looks good to me. Water color 
painting of a tramp sitting down to a 
good square meal. (I 19467, Oct. 5, 
1906; 1 photo. Oct. 5, 1906. ) 8097 

W^altz me around again, Wi