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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

l\ "o COPYRIGHT OFFICE 

CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PART 4 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 

FOR THE YEAR 1929 
Nos. 1-4 




Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906 
and of March 4, 1909 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1930 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE SO, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 

DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC 

OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1929 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 

ffo. 1 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1929 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyrighted registration."' 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or 
other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the appli- 
cations for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models 
or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used 
when the copyright proprietor and artist are the same, this identity being 
indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of the proprietor. A 
subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures) ; and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of titles only is used. 

Titles for Class L, Motion-picture photoplays, and Class M, Motion pictures 
other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 3, of the Cata- 
logue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic composition, and are 
published monthly therein as a title list. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " G," Class 
G, Works of art; " H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; "I," Class 
l' Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," 
Class J, Photographs; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. 
"©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a date 
of publication. "© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished 
work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the photograph 
or other identifying reproduction; and "2 c." for 2 copies, followed by the 
date of their receipt. In the case of foreign works and pictorial contribution* 
to periodicals, only 1 copy is required. 

The annual index of proprietors, portraits, and principal artists is fur- 
nished for this part in the final issue for the year. The subscription price 
for part 4, which much be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00 a year, 
payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 

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

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Part 1, Group 1, Books proper o' Oft 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets and Maps 3 - 00 

Part 1, Group 3, Dramatic Compositions and Motion Pictures 2. 00 

Part 2, Periodicals * . 

3 00 
Part 3, Musical Compositions 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations. _ 2.00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) • 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2 - 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10 - 

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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, in- 
clusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other gov- 
ernmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles 
may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1929. 

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

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



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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copy- 
right proprietor are the same. 



Ainateis (Edmund R.)* New York. 1 

Sculpture : 

Decorative vase. Encircled with a 
fiieze of giraffes ; foliage at top and 
bottom. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; G 16. 

Anderson (Chas. Henry)* Los Ange- 
les. 2 

Drawing : 

Life in the jungles. Strip cartoon 
of elephant and monkey throwing co- 
coanuts at him, and elephant throw- 
ing monkey into hippopotamus' mouth. 
[Six views] © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929; G 
137. 

Anderson-Friberg co., inc., Barre, Vt. 

3-9 

Kenerson (Harley C.) Designs: 

Bernhart memorial, 1423. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1929; G 130. 

Brown memorial, 1425. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1929; G 132. 

Exedra design, 1422. Curved wings 
with polished vase. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929 ; G 129. 

Harner memorial, 1419. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1929; G 126. 

Kenderson memorial, 1421. © 1 c 
Jan. 25, 1929; G 128. 

Meehan memorial, 1424. © 1 c. Jan 
25, 1929; G 131. 

Ralston memorial, 1420. © 1 c. Jan. 
25, 1929 ; G 127. 

Apostleship of prayer, New York. 10 
Kavanagh (John M.) Painting: 
Vision of the future. Woodland 
scene with the Blessed Mother seated 
upon a rock and holding in her arms 
the Infant Christ ; while before her 
eyes she sees, amid beams of light, an 
outline of the cross on which her son 
is crucified. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929; G 
311. 

Armstrong (Samuel)* Tacoma. 11 

Painting : 

Tradition. Symbolic Indian subject 
showing Nez Perce chief describing 
tribal traditions to his young son. Vi- 



sion in background depicts this. © 
1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; G 136. 

Art way studios, Evanston, 111. 12-20 

Frolich (Finn) Model: 

Winged horse. [Winged horse with 
four feet off ground, in attitude of 
flying; supported on irregular base. 
Lettering on lower base] © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1929 ; G 85. 

Romanelli (Carlo) Sculpture: 

Dog and girl and refrigerator. [Fig- 
ure of little girl with hand on door of 
refrigerator. Dog seated on hind legs 
beside her. Lettering on conventional- 
ized base, General electric refrigerator] 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 84. 

Fashion girl and terrier. [Girl with 
coat drawn tightly around her and 
hand on left hip in attitude of walk- 
ing, with dog] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; 
G 323. 

Flower girl. [Figure of girl bal- 
anced on left foot with right knee 
raised. Flowers in her arms trail 
down to base forming irregular 
wreath] © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; G 305. 

Girl and dog and refrigerator. [Girl 
and dog seated facing each other, be- 
fore refrigerator. Lettering on con- 
ventionalized base, General electric 
refrigerator] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; G 
83. 

Llama. [Figure of a llama standing 
in attitude of attention with forefeet 
on slight rise in the ground] © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929; G 324. 

Loping elephant. [Figure of eleph- 
ant in attitude of running, with hind 
legs crossing over front] © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1929 ; G 304. 

Old man, girl and radio. [Man lean- 
ing on large radio. Little girl in front. 
Figures mounted on large pedestal ; 
lettering on pedestal] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; G 86. 

Seal. [Upright figure of seal mount- 
ed on quadrangular base with orna- 
mented faces] © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1929 ; G 
438. 



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Ashford (Frank C.)* Sioux Falls, 
S. D. 21 

Painting : 

Lincoln (Abraham) [Youthful por- 
trait, head and shoulders, with head 
turned to left profile view, and smooth 
shaven face] © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1929 ; G 
345. 

Atkins (Albert Henry)* Boston. 22 

Sculpture : 

Memorial peace tower. [Upright 
part of tower is formed by figure of 
veiled woman supporting smaller fig- 
ure on both hands] Sculptural deco- 
ration, inscription over door, Peace on 
earth. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; G 19. 

Azzi (Marius)* New York. 23-29 

Sculpture : 

Dolphins, Dolphins at play, jump- 
ing out of the water. Water repre- 
sented by decorative waves. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929; G 298. 

Kneeling girl with shell tray. Girl 
on both her knees holding on her lap a 
tray of shell design. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1929; G 300. 

Man struggling with a bull. Man in 
the action of holding a bull by the 
horns, gradually turning his head and 
finally getting the bull down. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929 ; G 302. 

Mother bird. Mother bird feeding a 
worm to one of her young ones, while 
the other two await their turn with 
wide open mouths. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1929; G 299. 

Penguins. Mother penguin partly 
shielding her young one under her left 
flipper. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; G 296. 

Seal. Seal on a sloping rock stretch- 
ing his curved neck and head upward, 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; G 297. 

Winged spear thrower. Man aiming 
and getting ready to throw the spear 
Decorative wings signifying speed. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; G 301. 

Bailey (A. H.) Mountain Grove, Mo. 

30 
Jackson (Carl) Painting: 
Shepherd of the hills country. 

[Landscape of hills and valley] © 

1 c. Feb, 12, 1929; G 432. 

Bangs (E. Geoffrey)* Oakland, Calif. 

31 

Drawing : 

Oakland, Calif., civic center. Pre- 
liminary study of suggested civic cen- 
ter. [Bird's-eye view of a large city ; 
body of water at upper right] © 1 c. 
Jan. 11, 1929 : G 55. 



Batchelder (John M.) Dixon, 111. 32 
McClellan (Harry C.) Design: 
Newcomb memorial, 994. © Feb. 16, 

1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 317. 

Bauman (Besse C.) Clayton, 111. 33 

Schlitz (John) Design: 

Sheathed and chained is the sword 
upon this shield of honor. Sheathed 
and chained swords on sides of shield 
[bearing lettering and names of coun- 
tries and states] © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928 ; 
G 100. 

Bedell co., New York. 34-36 

Urban (Joseph) Drawings: 
Perspective study for show room. 
Bedell building. [Circular balcony 
supported on ornate pillars. Exhibit 
cases on floor below] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1929; G 464. 

Perspective study for 34th St. ele- 
vation. Bedell building. [Night scene. 
People looking in store window] © 
1 c. Mar. 20, 1929 ; G 463. 

Typical show window. Bronze 
frames with fluted bronze base set on 
Belgium black marble base. Frieze 
at top and walls in back of show cases 
of sandblasted vitrolite. © 1 c. Mar. 
20, 1929 ; G 462. 

Berinel (Joseph) inc., New York. 37 
Althoff (Henry H.) Sculpture: 
Walsh mausoleum. Four sides in 
form of cross. Graduated three step 
platform, arched doorway, pillar with 
composite capital indented at each 
corner under cross. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1928 ; G 84984. 

Berry (Charles T.)* Washington. 38 

Drawing : 

Fox. [Head of a fox, three-quarter 
right side view] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1928 ; 
G 325. 

Berry (Margaret)* Los Angeles. 39 

Drawing : 

Passe, le present, le futur . Sil- 
houette group of three female figures 
in dancing posture. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929 ; G 248. 

Bianchi (Charles) & sons, Barre, Vt. 

40-44 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs, 

Baumann memorial, P-21. © Feb. 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 315. 

Heath memorial, P-20. © Feb. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 314. 

Leath memorial, P-19. © Feb. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 313. 

Nahlin memorial, P-18. © Feb. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 312. 



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no. 1, 1929 



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Waite memorial, P-22. © Feb. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 316. 
Black (W. J.) Chicago. 45 

Blumenshine (E. L.) Painting: 
Peace maker. [Four Indians. In- 
dian chief at left side standing behind 
Indian man with left arm outstretched. 
Another Indian chief and Indian child 
at right] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; G 205. 

Bloom (Moses E.)* New York. 46 

Painting : 

Story of the jammed gun. Winter 
mountain scene. [Bear in foreground 
climbing toward a dog and a man hold- 
ing gun upside down; a dead animal 
at left] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929 ; G 283, 

Bowman management, inc., New York. 

47 
Hayes ( Cornelius J. ) Design : 
Bowman management. [Standing 
figure of medieval archer with bow 
drawn in position for shooting ; let- 
tered scroll below] © 1 c. Dec. 19, 
1928 ; G 155. 

Bradley (Hazel E.)* Hartford. 48 

Model : 

Child's head. [Face with lips 
parted showing one lower tooth ; eyes 
looking up] © 1 c. Dec. 8, 1928; G 
116. 

Brand (Clifford G.)* Brighton, Col. 

49 

Design : 

Iescream and pop. Ragged youth 
standing, one arm extended, hand and 
finger pointing; other hand across ab- 
domen with arm at side; barefooted. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; G 243. 

Brand (Louis D.) doing business as 
Lew*, New York. 50 

Drawing : 

Diamond. [Coat of arms : shield lo- 
zenge, bend lettered Diamond. Crest : 
two winged beasts rampant support- 
ing a diamond between. Lettered 
scroll below] © 1 c. Dec. 18, 192S ; 
G 89. 

Brand & Oppenheimer, inc., New York. 

51 
Kohn (Elizabeth) Painting: 
Cloches. Impressionistic [heads of 
women arranged in conventional de- 
sign] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1929; G 443. 

Brookart bronze corp., Brooklyn. 

52-54 
Wilder (Louise) Designs: 
Nude child kneeling on base in 

crawling position. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 

1929 ; G 405. 



Nude child standing on base with 
head uplifted and arms at sides. © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1929; G 403. 

Nude child standing on base with 
one arm partly raised. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1929; G 404. 

Brown (Lillian Lorraine)* Baltimore. 

55 

Sculpture : 

Hoover. Miniature bust. © 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; G 102. 

Burnham (Harry S.)* Schenectady, 
N. Y. 56 

Drawings : 

House in winter. [Winter snow 
scene : central figure, a house and gar- 
age adjoining, set in midst of trees 
with roadway in front. Words, Merry 
Christmas written in the snow in fore- 
ground] © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; G 48. 

Burr (Edward Everett)* Chicago. 57 

Sculpture : 

Lindbergh medal. For distinguished 
air service. Medallion [Head of Lind- 
bergh, left profile view. Border of let- 
tering] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; G 156. 

Bush-Brown (Henry K.)* Washington. 

58 

Design : 

Hoover ( Herbert ) medal. Obverse : 
Relief of Herbert Hoover. Reverse : 
Names of President, Vice President 
Curtis and emblems of President, en- 
gineer and star of hope over Eurooe. 
© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; G 238. 

Butts (J. Baptist)* Chicago. 59 

Drawing : 

Old Sol smiling. Sunlight is health. 
Health is wealth. Sunlight scene. 
Sun shining on a boy seated on stump. 
Bag of gold under sun. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929 ; G 384. 

Cambern corp., Spokane, Wash. 60 

Wood (Charles) Design: 

Camberns Dutch shops. Sketch for 
front. [Building in Dutch style with 
windmill tower] © 1 c. Mar. 6. 1929 ; 
G 367. 

Carlsen (Flora Belle)* New York. 

61,62 

Sculpture : 

Hoover (Herbert) Relief [bust of 
Hoover, front view with hat] © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1929; G 279. 

Pleistocene times. Relief. Prehis- 
toric people preparing to roast a deer. 
Fire in center, cave at back. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1929; G 280. 



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Catlett (Gibson)* Chicago. 63 

Painting : 

Chicago and the 1933 World's fair. 
Bird's-eye view of Chicago, showing 
proposed development of 1933 World's 
fair grounds and buildings. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929 ; G 47. 

Christian board of publication, St. 
Louis. 64-72 

Justice (Marian) Paintings: 

Rain. Two children in raincoats, 
looking at toad frog on walk leading 
to house in background ; hollyhocks on 
left hand corner ; stormy clouds ; rain 
splashing. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; G 177. 

Sun. Five children : three playing 
with flower chain ; two standing near 
trees on right hand side ; fleecy clouds. 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; G 176. 

Wind. Three children, two standing, 
one seated on beach ; pointing to sail 
boat in distance ; fleecy white clouds 
in background. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; 
G 175. 

Wilson (Patricia) Painting: 

Evening prayer. Child kneeling by 
bedside, praying. Table with bunny 
and rubber ball. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1929; 
G 363. 

Wireman (Katharine R.) Paint- 
ings : 

Children giving. Five children : one 
girl holding collection plate into which 
two children on left are about to place 
some money ; chair in right hand cor- 
ner. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; G 174. 

Children singing. Five children, 
gathered around mother playing piano, 
while they sing. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; 
G 173. 

Gift of snow. Four children playing 
with a snow-man. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; G 51. 

Obeying mother. Small boy pulling 
wagon ; dog on right hand side ; holly- 
hocks and roses on right ; white gate 
and hedge in background. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1929; G 172. 

Wuenscher ( — ) Painting: 

Joseph going on an errand. View 
of rolling hills, and trees. Boy with 
back turned, right hand raised hold- 
ing rod. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1929 ; G 364. 

Cleasby (Clarence S.)* Cranston, R. I. 

73 

Design : 

Charter or certificate of organiza- 
tion. [ Sheet : symbol in center at top, 
surrounded by lettering: The imperial 
council charge, imperial rite, Yezdik- 
hast empire of sphinx, inc.] © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; G 139. 



Coale (Griffith Baily)* New York. 

74-78 

Paintings : 

American Indians playing their na- 
tive game of lacrosse. [Indian drum- 
mer in central foreground with three 
other Indians, a man in armor and a 
monk. All watching lacrosse players 
in background] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1929; 
G 389. 

Game of bowls on Bowling Green, 
Manhattan. [Woman with little girl 
and man with peg-leg in foreground. 
Players and spectators of bowling 
game in background. .All in early 
American style] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1929; 
G 388. 

Lawn tennis sponsored by French 
aristocracy. [A tennis game, mixed 
doubles. Players and spectators at 
right background are dressed in old 
French costumes, period style] © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1929; G 387. 

Persians playing their ancient polo. 
[Persian horseman in native costume 
ready to strike polo ball in foreground. 
Two other players in background, with 
row of spectators standing before large 
building] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; G 386. 

Royal game of golf in old England. 
[Man in old English costume, period 
style, completing a drive. Men, women 
and a boy watching in background] 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; G 385. 

Coca cola co., Atlanta. 79-96 

Painting : 

Girl in green dress. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929 ; G 355. 

Eaton (Mary E.) Paintings: 

Beech. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; G 215. 

Birch. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 221. 

Cedar. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 218. 

Cherry. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; G 210. 

Dogwood. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; G 
207. 

Elm. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 206. 

Gingko. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 220. 

Hickory. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; G 
213. 

Horse chestnut. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; 
G 211. 

Locust. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 219. 

Magnolia. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; G 
231. 

Maple. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 212. 

Peach. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 216. 

Spruce. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 214. 

Sycamore. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; 
G 208. 



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Tulip. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929; G 209. 
Willow. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 217. 

Cold Spring granite co., Cold Spring, 
Minn. 97, 98 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 
Memorial, 141-B. © Dec. 22, 1928; 

2 c. Feb. 12. 1929 ; G 249. 

Newman memorial, 142. © Feb. 16, 

1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; G 318. 

Connecticut foundry co., Rocky Hill, 
Conn. 99-120 

Schulze (Richard J.) Sculpture: 

Angora cat. [Seated cat with head 
turned to left side ; bow around neck] 
In relief. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 503. 

Basket of fruit with birds. In relief. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929; G 504. 

Bird, cardinal. [Right profile view 
of bird perched on branch in tree] © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1929 ; G 398. 

Cape Cod fisherman. [Figure of fish- 
erman seated in armchair, holding a 
newspaper] In relief. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1929; G 401. 

Cupid and Psyche. [Cupid, winged 
figure, holding half-reclining figure of 
Psyche in his arms] In relief. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 505. 

Flying Cloud. Ship in full sail in 
relief. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 506. 

Lincoln (Abraham) [Head of Lin- 
coln] In relief. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1929 ; 
G 396. 

Litchfield cathedral. [Church struc- 
ture] In relief . © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; 
G 50~7. 

Pal, A. Dog in relief. [Young Aire- 
dale, standing] © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; 
G 508. 

Pal, B. [Aairedale dog and shrub- 
bery, in relief] © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; 
G 509. 

Pirate galleon. [Ship in full sail] 
In relief. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1929 ; G 400. 

Russian wolf hound. In relief. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 510. 

Scottish terrior. [Street and house 
in background] In relief. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 511. 

Scotty. [Scottish terrior] In relief. 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 512. 

Storm. [Two figures draped in thin 
veils, running, with flowers and foliage 
on both sides] In relief. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1929 ; G 397. 

Thinker. [Right profile of nude male 
seated, with chin resting on hand] In 
relief. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 513. 



Tiger and snake. Tiger and snake 
[in fighting attitude] In relief. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 514. 

Tulips. [Basket of tulips] In re- 
lief. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; G 515, 

Wanderer. [Man playing a horn, 
leaning against a tree, with rabbit sit- 
ting up before him] In relief. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1929; G 516. 

Washington (George) [Head of 
Washington, in relief, in oval frame] 
© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1929 ; G 399. 

Well of wisdom. [Nude female fig- 
ure with long flowing hair, kneeling on 
one knee, holding bowl from which 
water is flowing] In .relief. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1929; G 517. 

W T ire haired fox terrier. [Left pro- 
file view of dog. House and trees in 
background] In relief. © 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1929 ; G 402. 

Cook (Frank B.) Asheville, N. C. 121 

Sculpture : 

Miss Dixie. Life size modernistic 
nude dancing girl figure. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1929; G 545. 

Copper and brass research assn.*, New 
York. 122 

Painting : 

Wheel of progress in modern trans- 
portation speeds forward on wings of 
copper. [Automobile, train, airplane, 
winged wheel, bus, street car, truck, 
dirigible, and ship speeding along side 
by side] © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; G 68. 

Crescent metal works, inc., Newark, 
N. J. 123 

Skiba (John) Sculpture: 

Scotch terrier. Statuette of Scotch 
terrier [standing in attitude of atten- 
tion with tail erect] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1929 ; G 406. 

Cross (Henry H.) co., Chicago. 

124, 125 

Lovering ( — ) Drawing: 

Capt. Kidd may have had his treas- 
ures but the autoist of today has 
Crossco. [Winter scene. 1929 : Boy in 
fur coat standing beside stalled auto- 
mobile and keg of Crossco. At top, his 
mental picture of pirate with treasure 
chest, 1729] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; G 
287. 

Utpatel (F. A.) Drawings: 

Crossco, gear lubricant, defies them 
all. [Symbolic nude male figure of 
Crossco with arms crossed in defiant 
attitude. Figures of old man W T inter 
and Summer at right : lettering at top 
and bottom] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; G 
288. 



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Daprato statuary co.*, Chicago. 

126-147 

Models : 

Angel holding fixture, 3479. © 1 c. 
Feb. 18, 1929 ; G 290. 

Baptismal font. 2809. © 1 c. Feb. 
4, 1929 ; G 165. 

Caloquero .(St.) group, 1066-A. Fig- 
ure of St. Caloquero blessing a man. 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1929 ; G 230. 

Crucifix, 4501. Cross with figure of 
Our Lord. Cross is mounted on a rock 
effect base. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929; G 
479. 

Crucifixion group, 582. Figure of 
Our Lord on the cross, with his Blessed 
Mother and St. John standing on either 
side and St. Mary Magdalene kneeling 
at the foot of the cross. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1929; G 164. 

Exposition throne, 1769, showing two 
angels holding a book. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1929 ; G 480. 

1797. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929; G 

119. 

Joan of Arc, 4629. Statue of Joan 
of Arc, shown in a sitting position. © 
1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; G 125. 

Little Flower of Jesus, St. Therese, 
4630, holding roses and crucifix in her 
hands. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929 ; G 481. 

Our sorrowful Mother, 4153. Bust. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; G 121. 

Piscina, 2696. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929 ; 
G 482. 

Reliquary case. no. 3570. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929; G 120. 

Roch (St.) 1016. Statue of St. 
Roch. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929 ; G 289. 

Roman bracket, 4252. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1929 ; G 483. 

Roman pedestal with sub-pedestal, 
4134, with monogram in center panel 
of antipendium. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929 ; 
G 484. 

Roman pulpit, 4805. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1929 ; G 166. 

4806. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; G 

167. 

Roman station, 4457. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1929 ; G 485. 

St. Louis the king, 925. Statue 
showing figure carrying a pillow on 
which is placed a crown. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929 ; G 118. 

Station no. 5, 4456. Simon helps 
Jesus to carry his cross. Roman style. 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; G 124. 



Station no. 8, 4454. Jesus consoles 
the holy women. Gothic style. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1929 ; G 122. 

Station no. 12, 4455. Jesus expires 
on the cross. Gothic style. © 1 c, 
Jan. 7, 1929; G 123. 

Daughters [of] American revolution, 
Sequoia chapter, San Francisco. 

148 
McLean ( Halda Hoover ) Design : 
Border design of Sequoia leaves and 
cones. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; G 303. 

Davis (John A.)* Willernie, Minn 

149 

Painting : 

Scenic painting including mountain 
and water scenery with female figure 
in foreground seated on a rock. © 1 
c. Mar. 30, 1929 ; G 530. 

Dean's rag book co., ltd., London. 150 
Pfeiffer (George J.) Model: 
Dismal Desmond. Grotesquely 

shaped and spotted figure of comic 

melancholy hound seated. © 1 c. Jan. 

26, 1929; G 133. 

DeLaval separator co.*, New York. 

151-156 

Paintings : 

Good start. [Little boy at table 
with bread and butter and milk. Air- 
dale at his left side. Picture of George 
Washington on the wall] © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1929; G 187. 

My treat. [Rural scene : Two farm- 
er bovs eating ice cream cones] © 1 
c. Feb. 5, 1929 ; G 185. 

None for you. [Rural scene : Boy in 
overalls seated on cylindrical chicken 
coop eating watermelon. Airedale sit- 
ting up before him. House at left. 
Town in extreme background] © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929 ; G 184. 

Service. [Woman sitting on floor, 
pouring milk into cup for child beside 
her. Old lady knitting in background] 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929 ; G 181. 

Starting the journey. [Farewell 
scene on station platform. Young man 
and girl holding hands. Train round- 
ing bend in background] © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1929; G 182. 

Two straws. [Boy and girl seated 
at table, each with straw, drinking 
from one glass of ice cream soda] © 
1 c. Feb. 5, 1929 ; G 186. 
Delew (Helen)* New York. 157-160 

Paintings : 

One-eyed Delewettes no. 1. One- 
eyed lady leading a one-eyed cat. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; G 57. 



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2. One-eyed organ grinder with 

a one-eyed animal playing for two one- 
eyed children. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; 
G 58. 

3. One-eyed Gypsy telling for- 
tune of a one-eyed man. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1929 ; G 59. 

4. One-eyed girl and a one- 
eyed boy walking under a parasol. © 
1 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; G 60. 
Denslow (Henry Carey)* Brooklyn. 

161 

Drawing : 

Evolution of life. [Pictures of the 
life of the geological periods with a 
brief hand-printed description of each 
period ; all placed on a long curtain] 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1929; G 561. 
Didier (Perry)* Los Angeles. 162 

Design : 

Sunflower Hamburger. [Sunflow- 
er in full bloom, on stem with four 
large leaves] © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929; 
G 486. 
Dieges (Charles J.)* New York. 

163-165 

Designs : 

Pedestal, circular in form, having a 
hexagon base, surmounted with laurel, 
and pillars supporting an upper corru- 
gated band. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1929; G 
348. 

Pedestal, oval in form, having a 
hexagon base, surmounted with laurel, 
and pillars supporting an upper cor- 
rugated band. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1929; G 
347. 

Sculpture : 

Missouri Valley intercollegiate ath- 
letic assn. Placque, having a figure of 
nude athlete in center. At one side, 
column with laurel entwined. At left 
of figure, a torch. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929 ; 
G 107. 

Dittmar (Francis J.)* Buffalo. 166 

Design : 

Leif, the Lucky. [Figure of man 
clad in armor with knees bare, wear- 
ing casque adorned with wings ; his 
hands resting upon an axe before him] 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929 ; G 449. 
Dodds granite co., Milford, Mass. 

167, 168 

McClellan (H.) Designs: 

Mayer sarcophagus, Chicago, 111. 
Special classic design, two crypt sar- 
cophagus, two carved center front 
pilasters, and pilasters at 4 corners, de- 
sign 9013. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929 ; G 135. 

Mayer sarcophagus, Chicago, 111. 
Two crypt sarcophagus of plain type, 
polished walls, design C-9014. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1929 ; G 134. 



Dreifuss (Leopold)* San Francisco. 

169 

Design : 

Collegians, 1. Plaque sliowing the 
representation of two bathing girls in 
a fixed fanciful pose. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1929; G 478. 
Dry den (Wheeler)* New York. 170 

Drawing : 

Hoover (Herbert) alphabet-icature. 
Herbert Hoover formed with the let- 
ters contained in the word, Prosperity. 
Beneath the drawing, the word Pros- 
perity, formed with the same letters 
repeated. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 1928 ; G 87. 
Dupont (Jean G.)* Chicago. 171-176 

Drawings : 

Atlantic City souvenir. [Two bath- 
ers standing in water, playing ball. 
Lettering above] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; 
G 357. 

California souvenir. [Little girl 
reaching up toward an orange tree. 
Lettering above. In outline resem- 
bling human figure] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1929 ; G 358. 

Chicago souvenir. [Woman milking 
cow. Lantern at left. Lettering be- 
low] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; G 356. 

Detroit souvenir. [Girl in open 
roadster driving fast with dog on left 
running board. Lettering below] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; G 359. 

My boy motto. [Woman sitting in 
a living room. Image of boy with 
hand on door in background. Letter- 
ing at left] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; G 
361. 

New York souvenir. [Statue of 
Liberty in foreground. Bird's-eye 
view of buildings behind. Lettering 
above] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; G 360. 

Earl (Godwin)* Hollywood, Calif. 

177, 178 

Paintings : 

Haynes (Mrs. Leonard) of Los An- 
geles, Calif. [Portrait of Mrs. Haynes 
seated, three-quarter length] © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1929; G 531. 

Increase. [Man sitting in armchair, 
with newspaper ; headline reading 
Notable increase, U. S. population, 
etc. ; woman holding plate in front of 
face, whispering in man's ear] © 1 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; G 50. 
Edinburgh (Florence Oria Lee Grey) 
Chicago. 179 

Anderson (Agnes) Drawing: 
Golden sun remedies. [Desert scene. 
Setting or rising sun with palm trees 
at left and camel at right] © 1 c. 
Dec. 31, 1928 ; G 84985. 



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Edwards (H. J.) San Diego. 180 

Mosher ( — ) Drawing: 

I am Edwards service bear. Bear 
with a grotesque head, having an elon- 
gated bill, the figure clad in a white 
service uniform and holding a hat in 
the hand, with the inscription, I am 
Edwards service bear. © 1 c. July 30, 
1928 ; G 83855. 

Ehrgood (Frederick E.) Springfield, 
Mass. 181 

Bemis (Earle A.) Design: 
Masonic memorial monument. [Con- 
ventional memorial, bearing Masonic 
emblem in middle of an open book, 
with a three step platform. A column 
with fluted shaft and Doric capital 
surmounted bv large globe, at each 
end] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; G 294. 

Ellsworth (Lincoln) New York. 182 
Remington (Frederick) Painting: 
Buffalo hunt. Two Indians have 
closed in on a buffalo with spears while 
one of their companions and his horse 
lie injured on the ground. © 1 c. 
Dec. 19, 1928 ; G 274. 

Engelmann (William Fred)* Chicago. 

183 

Sculpture : 

Wallbracket. Large front surface 
carries an eagle in relief, while both 
side surfaces carry each a propeller 
with a wreath in relief. © 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1929; G 159. 

Epting (Carrie W.) Savannah, Ga. 

184 
McNeel .marble co. Design : 
Epting. Tombstone for Rev. M. J. 

Epting in modified cenotaph design 

with cross in relief on central motif. 

© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1929 ; G 534. 

Fenton (Beatrice)* Philadelphia. 185 

Sculpture : 

Nereid fountain. Life-size, nude, 
dancing, female figure, poised on ball 
of her right foot on back of central 
one of three dolphins, which form base. 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929 ; G 326. 

Ferris (Jean Leon Gerome)* Philadel- 
phia. 18.6 

Painting : 

Victory ball. Washington dancing 
with Mrs. W T illis at Fredericksburg, 
1781. Washington's mother to left, 
Lafayette and partner in middle dis- 
tance. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; G 109. 

First methodist episcopal church. 
Goodwill committee, Oakland, 
Calif. 187 



Rogers (A. Judson) Drawing: 
Seal of good will. Symbol in the 
form of a seal, with the words, The 
seal of good will, above, and In his 
name, below, in the outer circle. 
Clasped hands over a reclining cross 
in the center. © 1 c. Feb, 23, 1929; 
G 354. 

Fisher (Herbert W.)* Battle Creek. 

188-202 

Drawings : 

Apparently dead. Obsequies of baby 
Pan. [Central figures: Pan lying in 
bier at side of lake ; forest animals, 
angels, mermaids and others in mourn- 
ing attitudes radiating toward him 
bearing flowers and tributes. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; G 15. 

Baby Pan, 1. Outline of the little 
god, holding a flower up. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1929 ; G 3. 

2. Outline of the little god, 

holding a flower up. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; G 4. 

Before Lindy. Baby Pan among the 
airplanes. [Six searchlights centered 
on Pan] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; G 12. 

One hundred and sixteenth street. 
Baby Pan riding Pegasus above clouds ; 
glimpse of elevated railroad far below. 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 8. 

Pan and Herr Strauss. Baby Pan 
drawn through clouds [in a chariot] 
by an orchestra, [musical instruments 
representing horses] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; G 10. 

Pan and M'sieur Corot. Baby Pan 
and Cupid in Corot's Dance of the 
nymphs, morning. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; G 13. 

Pan Santa Claus league. Child's 
dream of holding up Santa Claus, who 
is Pan in disguise. [Bed room scene; 
father and mother turning on light to 
look at child asleep and dreaming] © 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 14. 

Pan the jungle boy. Baby Pan play- 
ing his pipes and making jungle crea- 
tures caper. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 11. 

Pan the sea urchin. Baby Pan rid- 
ing a dolphin [on rough sea with many 
fish around him] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
G 9. 

Pan the snow baby. Baby god riding 
a span of squirrels in winter. [Scene; 
boy on a horse at the right] © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; G 7. 

Pan the water baby. Baby god rid- 
ing a turtle [on body of water in 
midst of palm trees and cat-tails] 
© 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 6. 



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220 



Song of the hippopotamus. Open- 
mouthed hippo with baby Pan playing 
his pipes [and many small figures of 
animals and cherubs] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; G 5. 

Squirrel steeds, 1. Two squirrels in 
mid-leap ; outline, ©lc. Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
G 1. 

2. Outline of two squirrels in 

mid-leap. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 2. 

Flanagan (John)* New York. 203 

Sculpture : 

Poilu a Verdun. French soldier 
standing figure in French uniform and 
trench hat, overcoat turned back over 
left leg; left arm bent and holding 
pipe. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1928 ; G 84953. 

Forbes litho. mfg. co.*, Chelsea, Mass. 

204 

Painting : 

Big game. [Man in cowboy costume 
shooting from behind tree in fore- 
ground at three deer in valley at right] 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1929 ; G 366. 

Fredrickson (F. C.)* Chicago. 205 

Design : 

Lindheimer memorial. Curved, pol- 
ished, granite exedra, with round but- 
tresses. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; G 81. 

Freece (Wilbur C.)* Portland. Or. 

206, 207 

Sculpture : 

Charmian. Head and shoulders of 
girl on pedestal. Head turned over left 
raised shoulder. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1929 ; 
G 411. 

Daphne. Head and neck of girl on 
pedestal. Eyes nearly closed and hair 
brushed back. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1929 ; 
G 410. 

Gey (William H.) Boston. 208 

Sanborn (Fred C.) Drawing: 
Cape Cod, the past and the present. 
Cape Cod picturing the canal area, an 
ancient ship and character, radio sta- 
tion, zeppelin, modern navigator and 
eagle, over map of Cape Cod. © 1 c. 
Feb. 21, 1929 ; G 341. 

Goodfellow (Lillian)* Seattle. 209 

Design : 

Duz makes oxygen suds. Deals gent- 
ly with the fabric and firmly with the 
dirt. [Hand holding sheer garment 
in conventionalized soap bubbles. An- 
other hand below pulling off dirt. Box 
of Duz in lower right hand corner with 
lettering] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; G 273. 



Goodman (Frank)* Kansas City, Mo. 

210, 211 

Models : 

Amos. [Full length figure, negro 
character with hands in pockets] © 
1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; G 111. 

Andy. [Full length figure, negro 
character, wearing derby] © 1 c. Jan.. 
23, 1929; G 112. 

Granite City granite co.*, St. Cloud, 
Minn. 212, 213 

Designs : 

Rairdon memorial, 310. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1929; G 408. 

Rindahl memorial, 313. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1929; G 409. 

Graphic arts engraving co., Wilkes- 
Barre, Pa. 214 

Conroy (Edward L.) 

Interior scene, night. Family con- 
sisting of mother, daughter, son and 
small child arranged around an old 
fashioned egg stove burning anthracite 
coal. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1929 ; G 295. 

Grimes (Frances)* New York. 215 

Sculpture : 

Willard (Emma) Bust. © 1 c 
Mar. 13, 1929; G 434. 

Hamlin (Genevieve Karr)* New York. 

216 

Sculpture : 

Bauer (Harold) Portrait bas-relief 
[of right profile of man playing piano] 
© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1929; G 365. 

Hanfstaengl (Franz) Munich. 

217, 218 

Merte (Oskar) Painting: 

Fuchsjagd, 13217. Ouerfeldein. 
Hunters (left) behind the pack 
(right) ; in the center three hunters 
taking a fence. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ;. 
G 80. 

Schrimpf (Georg) Painting: 
Staffelsee, 13216. Landscape. Little 
village with meadows in foreground, 
lake, mountains and wide sky in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; G 79. 

Hannay (Meta Knox)* Waban, Mass. 

219, 220 

Sculpture : 

Daffodils. Bas-relief. [Two chil- 
dren ; one sitting facing forward in 
center, one standing, in left profile, at 
right with dress and hair blowing in 
strong wind] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; 
G 104. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Felix) 
Bas-relief. [Left profile, seated] © 
1 c. Mar. 5, 1929 ; G 362. 



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Harden (James Henry)* Gadsden, Ala. 

221 

Drawing : 

Genealogical tree from Adam to 
Jesus the Christ as recorded by Chron- 
icles and Matthew and Luke. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1929 ; G 520. 

Havas (Agence) Paris. 222 

Robichon ( — ) Drawing: 

Texaco. La marche a l'etoile. [De- 
sign formed of large lettering; word 
Texaco tilted across the picture. En- 
larged initial T, ornamented with 
stars, superimposed on figures of the 
three wise men. Three automobiles at 
left] © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; G 188. 

Heller (Marshall Edward)* Craig- 
ville, Minn. 223 

Drawing : 

Sparrow Legs. Comic feature draw- 
ing no. 12. Indian man yelling for 
mercy, held in mid air on the point 
of an arrow held by Indian at left. 
Other Indians grouped about. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1929 ; G 518. 

Hintermeister (J. Hy.)* Brooklyn. 

224-226 

Paintings : 

Ambassador of good will. Above a 
grand mountain scene, alone in the 
clouds, flies a trimotored airplane. At 
the right a snowclad peak, below an 
emerald lake surrounded by dark 
pines. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1929 ; G 473. 

Castles in the air. In front the 
terrace of a beautiful medieval formal 
garden, flanked by giant trees. From 
there a female figure, guarded by a 
large greyhound, looks across a lake 
unto the castle among the rugged 
mountains. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1929; 
G 474. 

Caught king. A quiet lake at sun- 
set. Left, two men in a boat, one 
standing, watching with intense ex- 
pression the prey on his line, a large 
salmon in his last fight. The guide, 
smiling, manages the oars. © 1 c. 
-Mar. 22, 1929 ; G 472. 

Hoeninger (Elsie)* Schiller Park, 111. 

227 

Drawing : 

It . [Large letters, IT, enclosed 
in squares. Two larger squares con- 
nected to center square by radiating 
lines, with nos. 1-24 at each of inter- 
sections thus formed. Dutch scene of 
windmills along canal, and Dutch 
people in border between squares] © 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; G 340. 



Holland (Hattie May)* Denver. 228 

Design : 

American War mother's badge, em- 
blem. National shield with a star on 
it; around that are the words, Amer- 
ican war mothers. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1929 ; G 343. 

Horwitz (Edward S.)* Cincinnati. 

229, 230 

Drawings : 

Comic fans. Two figures personify- 
ing the microphone and radio with 
wording above and below. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1929; G 306. 

Kings of the air. [Two figures] 
personifying the microphone and ra- 
dio. Mike Raphone (Microphone) and 
Ray Deoh (Radio) © 1 c. Jan. 4, 
1929 ; G 17. 

Hunt (Esther)* New York. 231 

Sculpture : 

Honorable bunny. Small statue of 
a little Chinese girl holding up a rab- 
bit with both hands. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1929 ; G 390. 

Hurley (Edward Timothy)* Cincin- 
nati. 232, 233 
Design : 
Fish and water effect. Circular 

bronze plaque. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; 

G 105. 

Sculpture : 

Three cray fish. Circular bronze 

plaque. [Bas-relief] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1929; G 106. 

Illinois (Univ. of) athletic assn., 
Champaign, HI. 234 

Bradbury (Charles E.) Sculpture: 
Illinois (Univ. of) indoor relay car- 
nival. Traditional Illini Indian greet- 
ing the relay runners. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929 ; G 236. 

Imans (Pierre)* Paris. 235-270 

Sculpture : 

Ademar, 561KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1929; G 412. 

Anselme, 558KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1929 ; G 413. 

Bertrand, 48 T. Mannequin, 14 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 189. 

Bob, 559KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 414. 

Claude, 51 T. Mannequin. 16 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 190. 

David, 37 T. Mannequin. 10 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 191. 

Dianette, 47 T. Mannequin. 14 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 192. 

Dimitri, 557KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 415. 



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292 



Djiin, 539KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 416. 

Edward, 547T. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 417. 

Florence, 46 T. Mannequin. 14 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 193. 

Gerald. 25 T. Mannequin. 8 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1. 1929; G 194. 

Gontrand, 563KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1929; G 418. 

Harry, 538KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 419. 

Isabelita, 38 T. Mannequin. 10 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 195. 

Ivan, 562KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 420. 

Leopold, 560T. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 421. 

Lilette, K44T. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 422. 

Lyjo, 533T. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1929; G 423. 

Mailys, 56 T. Mannequin. 18 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 196. 

Massu, K41T. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 424. 

Miche, 13 T. Mannequin. 4 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 197. 

Monique, 42 T. Mannequin. 12 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 198. 

Nadine, 39 T. Mannequin. 10 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 199. 

Olympe, 3L. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1929 ; G 425. 

Poucet, 2 T. Mannequin. 1 ans. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 200. 

Randall, 548T. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929: G 427. 

Raoul. 36 T. Mannequin. 10 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 202. 

Raton, 24 T. Mannequin. 7 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; G 201. 

Raymonde, K57T. Buste. © 1 e. 
Mar. 8, 1929 ; G 426. 

Reginald, 546KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1929; G 428. 

Tony, 22; T. Mannequin. 6 ans. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 203. 

Trilby, 23 T. Mannequin. 6 ans. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 204. 

Umberto, 542T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1929; G 429. 

Vassili, 566KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 430. 

Willy, 567KT. Buste. © 1 c. Mar. 
8, 1929; G 431. 



Jackson (May Howard)* Washington. 

271 

Sculpture : 

Resurrection. [ Irregular shell 
shaped mass enveloping the nude fig- 
ure of a woman in reclining position] 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1929 ; G 349. 

Johnson (Annie L. )* Los Angeles. 272 

Sculpture : 

Airedale dog. Statuette of Airedale 
dog, slim, with front legs long and 
straight ; sitting position. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1929; G 65. 

Johnson (Malvin Gray)* New York. 

273 

Painting : 

Swing low, sweet chariot. [Group 
of people in foreground gazing at fan- 
tastical chariot-like clouds above body 
of water and hills in background] © 

1 c. Mar. 9, 1929; G 439. 

Johnson & Gustafson, Barre, Vt. 274 
Ericson (Roger Carl) Design: 
Wayte memorial, 751. © Jan. 29, 

1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; G 253. 

Jones bros. co., Boston. 275-292 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 
Barlow memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 

2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 375. 

Burnam memorial, 40215. © Mar 
19, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 25; G 500. 

Burrage memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 381. 

Harper memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 379. 

Hollins memorial, 40248. © Mar, 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; G 496, 

Jermine memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 378. 

Jordan memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 380. 

London memorial, 40214. © Mar 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; G 501. 

Olsen memorial. © Jan. 29, 1929 
2 c. Feb. 12 ; G 255. 

Randolf memorial. © Jan. 29, 1929 
2 c. Feb. 12 ; G 254. 

Ranseen memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 383. 

Sanford memorial, 40246. © Mar, 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; G 497. 

Slocum memorial, 40245. © Mar 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; G 498, 

Spencer memorial, 40216. © Mar 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; G 499. 

Stevenson memorial. © Feb. 28 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 7: G 382. 



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Jones bros. co. — Continued. 

Stewart memorial. © Feb. 28, 1929 ; 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 377. 

Summers memorial. © Feb. 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 376, 

Poor (Albert W.) Design: 

Lichter - Kellermann memorial. © 
Dec. 5, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1929 ; G 374. 

Josten mfg. co., Owatonna, Minn. 

293-295 

Dossef (Ivan) Sculpture: 

Center. [Figure of basketball play- 
er, right arm raised, in attitude of 
jumping for the ball] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1929; G 168. 

Spiker. [Figures of two volley ball 
players ; one at right leaping off of 
ground in attitude of knocking ball 
over net] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; G 169. 

Tip off. [Two basketball players 
facing each other in attitude of jump- 
ing for the ball ; right arms raised] 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; G 170. 
Kallus (Joseph L.)* Brooklyn. 296 

Model : 

Margie. Head of smiling child. © 
1 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; G 62. 

Kanno (Gertrude Boyle)* Brooklyn. 

297 

Sculpture : 

Fountain of peace. Nude female fig- 
ure standing with outstretched arms, 
[head bowed, emerging from unfinished 
background] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; 
G 103. 
Kemp & Beatley, inc., New York. 

298-328 

Berliner (Rose) Designs: 

No. 3345, pats. 31-35; 6718, pats. 
1-6; 6725, pats. 1-3. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 5, 1929; G 24-37. 

Jesbera (Hazel) Design: 

No. 6725. pat. 4. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929; G 307. 

Richards (Mae) Designs: 

No. 178, pats. 11-13 ; 6637, pat. 9. © 
1 c. each Jan. 5, 1929; G 20-23. 

No. 6740, pats. 1-3. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 23, 1929; G 308-310. 

Winston (Virginia) Designs: 

No. 3386, rats. 5-8 ; 3401, pats. 12-16. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 5, 1929; G 38-46. 
Kerner (Harry George)* Highland 
Park, Mich. 329, 330 

Designs : 

Crest K-l-D. [Coat of arms quar- 
tering, 1st and 4th, ducal coronet ; 2nd 
and 3rd quartered again with cross 
quartered. Crest : rabbit crouchant. 
Motto : The crest of quality] © 1 c. 
Jan. 23, 1929 ; G 115. 



Crest K-2-D. [Shield: Argent, a 
boroure, sable, with lion counter-ram- 
pant] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; G 114. 

Kieve (Joseph)* San Antonio. 331 

Design : 

Did you get your — today ? Character 
doll sitting on brick of ice cream with 
ice cream soda glass in lap. © 1 c. 
Jan. 8, 1929 ; G 161. 

Koenig brothers, Jersey City, N. J. 

332 

Koenig (Jacob) Design: 

Sacred Heart of Jesus. Ornament 
consisting of decorated statue of Sa- 
cred Heart of Jesus inserted in framed 
shadowbox. Two flower bouquets at 
base of statuette. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1929; G 471. 

Langdon (Anthony Edward)* Papil- 
lion, Neb. 333 

Drawing : 

Langdon (William) pioneer. [In 
memoriam portrait of William Lang- 
don, left profile, bust] © 1 c. Feb. 
7, 1929 ; G 222. 

Leach (Louis L.)* Taunton, Mass. 

334 ; 335 

Sculpture : 

Incised circular medallion on verti- 
cal rectangle. Upon medallion, left 
foreground, two half figures of shep- 
herds looking towards star on right. 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; G 52. 

Rectangular tablet with pointed top ; 
Greek design, carrying medallion (cir- 
cular) upon which appears Columbia 
placing wreath on sword ; rising sun in 
right background ; below medal in- 
scription in raised letters. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1929; G 53. 

Lesch (Rudolph) New York. 336-349 

Barday (A.) Drawings: 

Cambridge : St. John's college, 29216. 
Stone gateway in middle foreground; 
several figures in caps and gowns; 
1 ower with four turrets in background. 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1929 ; G 492. 

Cambridge : Trinity college, 29215. 
Four figures in caps and gowns in fore- 
ground. Stone buildings with arch- 
way in rear. Fountain at left. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1929; G 491. 

Canterbury cathedral, 29220. View 
of entire cathedral in background with 
mass of foliage in lower right corner. 
Roof of house visible in lower left. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 328, 

Gloucester cathedral, 29221. Glou- 
cester cathedral with square tower in 
background. Trees in foreground. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 329. 



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London : King William Street, 29213. 
Foreground is street crossing with fig- 
ures and hansom-cabs. Building with 
square tower on top, at left. Column 
in center of street in rear. © 1 c. 
Mar. 26, 1929; G 489. 

London: Piccadilly Circus, 29212. 
Crowd of figures in foreground and 
surrounding fountain. Motor cars and 
lorrys in street. Buildings in rear. © 
1 c.'Mar. 26, 1929; G 488. 

London : the Quadrant at Regent 
street. 29214. Circular front building 
at right ; street in foreground, building 
in rear, at end of street ; figures and 
cabs in street. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1929; 
G 490. 

London: Trafalgar Square. 29211. 
At left, a building with column front ; 
figures on sidewalk ; three hansom 
cabs in street ; monument of horseman 
and tall column to right. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1929 ; G 487. 

Oxford : the Camera from All Souls, 
29218. Building with archways in 
background. Round tower in rear. 
Circular walk before, with figures 
walking. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1929 ; G 494. 

Oxford: the Dining hall, 29217. 
Courtyard in foreground with building 
in rear. Square tower in background. 
Groups of figures in caps and gowns. 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1929 ; G 493. 

Winchester cathedral, 29219. Wide 
walk bordered by large trees leads 
from right forground to the cathedral 
in the rear. Park in left foreground. 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 327. 

Worcester cathedral. 29222. Worces- 
ter cathedral in background surround- 
ed by trees. Wall in right foreground, 
before which is a narrow stream. © 
1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; G 330. 

Dorda (Enrique) Paintings: 
Black mantilla. Portrait, half- 
length of Spanish girl in lavender 
dress, with black mantilla over her 
head and falling about her. Hand 
resting below chin, bracelet on arm. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1929 ; G 446. 

White mantilla. Three-quarter 
length portrait of Spanish girl in blue 
dress, with black mantilla over her 
head falling about her shoulders. 
Hand on hip. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1929; 
G 447. 

Leverett (Amy Hamilton)* Alton, 111. 

350 

Drawing : 

McDowell crusade. Emblem for a 
philanthropic society. [Single open 



rose with lettered bar across the stem] 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1929 ; G 228. 

Livingston (Clinton A.)* Lon Beach, 
Calif. 351, 352 

Designs : 

Card table cover. [Four designs : 
with spade, diamond, heart, club, in 
each corner respectively, each enclosed 
in a flower and horseshoe design] © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; G 162. 

Livingston's needle art. [Two large 
flowers, each with curving stem, leaves 
and buds, conventionalized] © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1929; G 407. 

Low (Rhoda)* Tuxedo Park. N. Y. 

353 

Drawing : 

Ski ing. [Figure of man on skis ; 
arms stretched sideward] © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1929; G 108. 

McClain (Waite)* Canton, O. 354 

Design : 

You'd like Perfects too. Perfect 
cigarettes. Man and woman with 
package of cigarettes. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 
1928 ; G 84944. 

Martin (Joseph Ortiz) Brooklyn. 355 
Hoef erlin ( William ) Drawing : 
Spirit of Yosianism. Emblem design 
and border drawing denoting the sym- 
bol of matter, force and natural law. 
[Outdoor scene with stream in center, 
mountain at left, Pan and his pipes at 
right] © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1929 ; G 476. 

Maryott (Miles J.)* Lincoln, Neb. 

356, 357 

Paintings : 

Antelope at sunset. Seven ante- 
lopes [in various attitudes in barren 
landscape scene] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; 
G 321. 

Calling the pack. Cow and two" 
co votes, sun rise. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; 
G 322. 

Mayer china co., Beaver Falls, Pa. 

358 
De Ville (Walter) Design: 
Tropic. [Floral pattern in floral de- 
sign. Curving stem with large flower, 
leaves and branches at regular inter- 
vals] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; G 145. 

Medallic art co., New York. 359, 360 
Kilenyi (Julio) Sculpture: 
Latin medal. Obverse shows the 
Victory of Palonius with initials H2<£ 
and the key words, Mihi res, etc. Re- 
verse shows high school boy and girl 
saluting to the Parthenon with words, 
Praestantia linguarum classicarum. 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1929; G 436. 



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Medallic art co. — Continued. 

Russell (Walter) Model: 

Otto Ernest Braitmayer fortieth an- 
niversary, 1929. Obverse shows por- 
trait of Otto Ernest Braitmayer with 
inscription around edge ; reverse shows 
design symbolizing the business of the 
International business corp. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929 : G 64. 

Meissner & Buch, Leipzig. 361-372 

Leipold (K.) Painting: 

Venice, the Grand Canal, 576. Fore- 
ground is the Grand Canal, a gondola 
and gondoliers before the Ca'd'or on 
the left ; skyline with two domes on 
right ; prevailing gray-brown tones. © 
1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; G 49. 

Thaler (Wolf) Painting. 

Blumenstiick, 564. Flowerpiece. An 
old fashioned bouquet of roses, carna- 
tions, poppies, lilies, sunflower, etc., ar- 
ranged in crowded fashion in vase on 
table. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929 ; G 331. 

Treichler (A.) Paintings: 
Couple sitting on stone bench. Man 
in blue costume, girl in lavender crino- 
line and blue hat, near lake. Tree 
trunks on both sides ; in background 
on left 3 small houses. Black skv. 
21632-361. © Dec. 26, 1928 ; G 84968. 

Girl in light blue crinoline and black 
hat with red roses and ribbon, holding 
basket with red roses in hand. White 
doves on each side. Tree with blooms 
on left; blue skv in back. 21637-401. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928 ; G 84969. 

Girl in light blue crinoline and high 
dark blue hat with pink feathers and 
ribbons, holding red roses in hands. 
21641-431. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928; G 
84970. 

• Girl in light blue crinoline and light 
blue hat with pink flowers and ribbon, 
holding red roses in one hand, pulling 
bell with other. Gold bracelet on right 
arm. Over her head hanging a lit lan- 
tern. Roses along house on left. Black 
sky. 21653-561. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928 ; 
G 84974. 

Girl in pink crinoline and pink hat 
tied under the chin with a bow, hold- 
ing flowers in her right arm, reaching 
up her left arm to pick flowers above 
her. Blue sky in four shades. 21653- 
5611. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928 ; G 84975. 

Girl in red crinoline, with red comb 
and flower in black hair, sits on bench 
around a tree. Black sky and tree on 
left. 21627-311. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928 ; 
G 84967. 



Girl sitting on red bench in light 
blue crinoline and blue hat with pink 
feathers and flowers, holding mandolin. 
Black sky in back. 21649^-521. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1928 ; G 84973. 

Spanish girl in light blue crinoline 
and pink shawl ; black hair with red 
flower and red comb ; dark blue fan 
in hand. 21641-4311. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1928 ; G 84971. 

Young couple in landscape. Man in 
costume with large cuffs, pink hat in 
hand, in white wig. Lady in pink 
crinoline, red flower in hair, holding 
man's hand. Green bushes on both 
sides with red blossoms. Sky purple. 
21644-481. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1928; G 
84972. 

Urbahn (O.) Painting: 

Unterhaltung, 575. Conversation. 
Room in a tavern in warm brown 
tones, with three men seated at a table 
on which are wine glasses. Man in 
chair at left and man standing in rear. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929 ; G 332. 

Menze (Anthony) St. Louis. 373 

Leever (Eugene) Painting: 
Ideal of English pouter pigeon. 
[Side view of pigeon with long slender 
legs and tail, large round breast and 
tiny head] © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1928 ; G 88. 

Miller (Harriette G.)* Arlington, Vt. 

374-377 

Design : 

Book-plate of Harriette G. Miller. 
Triangular in shape ; two fish encircled 
in the center ; the name placed across 
the base of the triangle. © 1 c. Mar. 
23, 1929 ; G 475. 

Sculpture : 

Innocence. Fountain figure of young 
nude girl sitting on bird and leaf dec- 
orated base, with cloves on her shoul- 
der and at her feet. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1929; G 352. 

Spring. Seated female figure, wear- 
ing Egyptian headdress and necklace. 
Flowers and decoration at base conven- 
tionally treated. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1929 ; 
G 435. 

Youth. Head of a young girl with 
stylized decoration around the shoul- 
ders, mounted on fluted base. © 1 c. 
Mar. 2, 1929; G 353. 

Miller (James R.)* Bartlesville, Okl. 

378 

Drawing : 

Counter to car marketing system. 
View of driveway and store buildings. 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929 ; G 521. 



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Miller (Ruth Gwendolyn)* Taunton, 
Mass. 379 

Drawing : 

Millerete stationery. Pen and ink 
silhouette drawing of two figures on 
horseback on black background, in up- 
per right hand corner of white sheet 
of writing paper. © l,c. Mar. 19, 1929 ; 
G 458. 

Modern Tuscany art co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 380 
Van Landeghem (Edward) Model: 
Shrine altar, 941. With statue of 

Little Flower in centre. © 1 c. Jan. 

28, 1929; G 138. 

Morgan (Arthur C.)* Shreveport, La. 

381, 382 

Sculpture : 

Clarke (Clem S.) Portrait study. 
Head only. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929; G 
466. 

Thais. Statuette of nude female fig- 
ure standing, right arm akimbo with 
drapery, left holding mirror. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1929 ; G 467. 

Moselsio (Simon)* Brooklyn. 

383-386 

Sculpture : 

Buffalo. [Standing figure mounted 
on rectangular base] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1929; G 93. 

Donkey. [Standing figure mounted 
on low rectangular base] © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1929; G 94. 

Rooster. [Standing figure mounted 
on rounded base] © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1929 ; G 95. 

Two rabbits. Two rabbits [crouched 
with heads close together, eating] © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; G 232. 

Moulton (Claxton Bryon)* Arlington, 

Mass. 387 

Painting : 

Washington taking command of the 
Continental army at Cambridge, Mass., 
1775. [Continental soldiers in square 
formation in field lined with trees. 
Washington faces them on horseback 
with upraised sword, under tree at 
right. Cannon in foreground] © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1929 ; G 291. 

Muller (Alfred)* Paris. 38S 

Sculpture ; 

Maternite. Representant exprimee 
par une jeune femme assise tenant 
entre ses bras un jeune enfant attirant 
la tete de sa mere par sa main gauche. 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929; G 457. 



Myers (Durward F.)* San Diego, 
Calif. 389 

Painting : 

Bible at a glance. Facts of the 
Bible chronologically arranged with 
scripture reference [and symbolically 
illustrated] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1929; 
G 442. 

Natoli (Frank)* Carlton Hill, N. J. 

390 

Painting : 

Pearl diver. [Cross-section of the 
sea showing coral reefs, seaweeds and 
oysters at bottom. Ship on surface 
pumping air to man diver with basket 
of oysters. Girl diver at left] © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1929 ; G 459. 

New York university, New York. 391 
Quinn (Edmond T.) Model: 
Whistler (J. McN.) Bust. © 1 c. 

Dec. 8, 1928; G 84778. 

North star granite corp., St. Cloud, 
Minn. 392-395 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Gilbertson memorial, 416. © Jan. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; G 256. 

Hartman memorial, 413. © Jan. 
29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; G 258. 

Neumann memorial, 414. © Jan. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; G 250. 

Worthing memorial, 412. © Jan. 
29, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 12; G 257. 

Noyer (Alfred A.) & co.*, New York. 

396 

Sculpture : 

Horse. [Standing figure of dark 
horse with light marking on forehead, 
feet, and clown ridge of nose. Head 
slightly turned left] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1929; G 225. 

Onondaga pottery co., Syracuse, N. Y. 

397-400 
Bourne ( Douglas ) Designs : 
Kimberly. Full rim border consist- 
ing of four medallions of flowers and 
scrolls with bands, and modern art 
bands between. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; 
G 179. 

Nassau. Full rim border consisting 
of six panels of leaves and flowers, 
and three each of two styles of medal- 
lion. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929; G 477. 
Henoch (Hanley) Design: 
Maytime. Full rim border consist- 
ing of branches with leaves and flow- 
ers. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929; G 180. 
McKaig (Charles) Design: 
Barbara Worth. Narrow border 
consisting of hills and cacti at verge 
of plate. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; G 178. 



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Orsini (Jeanne I.)* New York. 401 

Sculpture : 

Rosebud. Head of baby, smiling ex- 
pression. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1929 ; G 346. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 402-412 
Goodwin (Philip R.) Painting: 
Hunter — partridge — bear, 3934. Two 
men at left, one holding gun ready to 
shoot partridge while other man, car- 
rying canoe, is pointing to bear toward 
right background ; waterfall at right. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; G 73. 

Hintermeister (Hy) Painting: 
Six puppies and mother dog, 3933. 
Six little puppies are looking over a 
broken wooden fence, mother dog is 
lying in front of fence ; shrubs and 
trees near fence. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; 
G 74. 

Knight (Aston) Painting: 
Normandy stream, 3938. Stream 
runs through center of picture. On 
bank at left is a house. Large trees 
and flowers growing near house. 
Barn and field at right. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1929 ; G 339. 

Patten (Irene) Painting: 
Girl head — red cap — green bow, 
3932. Full face of young girl, red cap 
on head, green bow tied on side; she 
has dark hair and eyes. Black back- 
ground. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; G 78. 
Spiegle (Fred M.) Painting: 
Dogs — birds — landscape — autumn 
scene, 3937. Two hunting dogs are in 
field watching five quails ; stone wall 
at left ; broken wooden fence in fore- 
ground : old barn in background. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; G 77. 

Teller (Griffith H.) Paintings: 
Birthplace of Herbert Hoover, 3936. 
House in center ; path leading up to 
house ; large tree at left ; pink flowers 
growing near tree ; barn and shrubs 
at right. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; G 71. 
Church on Lake Como, 3939. At 
left is a church with a tall tower. 
Two ladies standing in road near 
church. Stone wall on both sides of 
road. Lake in background. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929 ; G 337. 

House — light in window — tall poplar 
trees, 3935. House at left back- 
ground ; two large poplar trees grow- 
ing near house ; stream at right wind- 
ing toward house ; row boat tied to 
shore. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; G 75. 

Sunset — road thru center — barn at 
right, 3940. At right are a few barns. 
Roof of house can be seen over barns. 
Large poplar tree growing near barn. 
Road running thru center of picture. 



Lake in background. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1929 ; G 338. 

Thompson (W. M.) Painting: 
Birthplace of Herbert C. Hoover, 
3931. White house in center of pic- 
ture, path from the right leading to 
house ; large trees on ground near 
house. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; G 72. 
Van Vreeland (F.) Painting: 
Dutch landscape, 3929. Canal 
through center of picture; at left on 
bank is a large windmill ; man stand- 
ing on path; row boats tied to posts; 
large fishing boat at right. © 1 c. 
Jan. 17, 1929; G 76. 
Paladini (Nino) New York. 413-418 
Destro (Frank Lo) Designs: 
Cottage of Ann Hathaway. [Eng- 
lish cottage with thatched roof and 
picket fence. Man, woman and dog at 
left. Woman coming out of gate in 
center] © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929; G 453. 
Home of Charles Dickens. [Large 
house with four bay-windows showing, 
and three dormer windows in the roof. 
Trees and shrubbery around the house] 
© 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929; G 455. 

Home, sweet home. [Interior view: 
man, woman and dog sitting beside 
fireplace and tea table] © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1929; G 451. 

Log cabin. The birthplace of A. Lin- 
coln. [Grass in foreground, trees in 
background] © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929'; 
G 454. 

Shakespeare's homestead. [Three- 
quarter front view of large house in 
English style. Some people with clog 
at left] © 1 c . Mar. 19, 1929; G 452. 
Zeitlin (Alexander) Design: 
Friendship. [Interior view of room 
showing large fireplace. Two women 
seated facing each other in attitude of 
talking] © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929 ; G 456. 
Park (Madeleine Fish)* Katonah, 
N. Y. 419, 420 

Sculpture : 

Drinking tiger. Tiger drinking at 
water hole. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1929; G 
392. 

Indian dancing girl. Figure of girl 
dancing with spear in right hand, 
feathers on spear, and shield in left 
hand. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1929 ; G 391. 

Parrish (Maxfield)* Windsor, Vt. 421 

Painting : 

Ecstasy. Girl standing on rocks, 
profile, facing right looking up into 
blue sky with some white and gray 
clouds. Rock and mountain landscape. 
Lower right hand corner a river and 
trees. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1929; G 350. 



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Patent insurance company of Hartford, 
Hartford. 422 

Dammann (Paul Marcel) Design: 

Defense. Warrior crouched behind 

shield on horizontal platform with 

spear held horizontally. © 1 c. Mar. 

19, 1929; G 450. 

Pearce (Ann Lander)* Seattle. 423 

Design : 

Ann Lander. [Conventional design 
in shape of a butterfly. © 1 c. Dec. 
26, 1928 ; G 224. 

Peckham (Dorlon Arthur)* Reno, Nev. 

424 

Drawing : 

Troubles of Judge So N. So. [Four 
comic strip characters : Judge So N. 
So seated in armchair ; Kiki, girl 
seated in straight chair; Ferdie, fat 
young man in sitting position, and 
Brother, little boy with hands in pock- 
ets] © 1 c. Jan. 9, 1929; G 440. 

Pennsylvania statuary co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 425 

Allegrini (Pietro) Sculpture: 
Sacred Heart devotional altar. 
Group comprising statue of Sacred 
Heart of Jesus and Sacred Heart of 
Mary, with crucifix and receptacles for 
holy water and votive light between 
them. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; G 229. 

Peterson (George Duffield)* Pasadena. 

426 

Sculpture : 

Lincoln (Abraham) as he appeared 
in 1860. [Figure in frock coat stand- 
ing with head slightly turned to the 
left] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; G 158, 

Photo engravers board of trade of 
New York, New York. 427 

Groesbeck (H. A.) jr. Drawing: 
Besom. [Broom made of bundle of 
twigs bound together, with knottv stick 
for handle] © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; G 
284. 

Photographische gesellschaft, Berlin. 

428, 429 
Lejeune (Louis) Painting: 
Badestrant an der Havel. People in 
bathing suits on the banks of a river 
on which some sailing boats are vis- 
ible. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; G 92. 
Liebermann (Max) Painting: 
Garten in Noordwijk. Garden with 
large flower beds ; in the background 
a gardner at work. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1929; G 91. 



Pieri (Pompeo L.)* New York. 430 

Painting : 

Coming fashion. [Men fully clothed 
and nude women in various attitudes. 
Open-air scene on balustraded veranda. 
Man and woman at table in fore- 
ground : the others in groups of two] 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929 ; G 292. 

Provonsha (Gordon V.)* Rock Island. 
111. 431 

Painting : 

Gypsy dancer. Semi-nude Gypsy 
girl sitting on checkered floor ; lake in 
background ; large vase to left. © 
1 c. Feb. 28, 1929; G 342. 

Purchase (Frank Jordan)* Swamp- 
scott, Mass. 432 

Drawings : 

Linographs, nos. 1-6. Drawn lines 
suggesting objects and partly illustrat- 
ing same, viz., lawn-mower, sickle, 
wheelbarrow, rake, spade and water- 
ing-can. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; G 468. 

Putnam (Claude George)* Los An- 
geles. 433 

Drawing : 

Dickey wickey, the flying frog. 
[Characters : Winged frog flying, chick- 
en, duck, snake and cactus plant with 
face at bottom] © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1928 ; 
G 275. 

Quinn (Edmond T.)* New York. 434 

Sculpture : 

Sims (J. Marion) Bust. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1929 ; G 278. 

Rantine (Daniel William)* Brooklyn. 

435 

Drawing : 

My basement tenants. Crowd of 
people in basement kitchen as a drink- 
ing party. Three in front room and 
six children outside front of the win- 
dow. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1929 ; G 522. 

Raul (Harry Lewis)* Orange, N. J. 

436 

Sculpture : 

Columbus (Christopher) monument. 
Standing statue of Columbus with. ped- 
estal with seat base. Columbus has 
headdress and breastplate. Left hand 
on sword, right hand holds map. Right 
foot forward. Pedestal has cap, die 
and seat base. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929; 
G 144. 

Rausche (William)* St. Louis. 437 

Drawing : 

Warning-cross. Grave with wreaths 
and palm branches. Cross, railroad 
crossing, locomotives, automobile and 
inscriptions. Black and white rays. © 
1 c. Mar. 21, 1929; G 460. 



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Razalle (Tess)* Santa Monica, Calif. 

438 

Sculpture : 

Rita and Teske, dancers. [Man and 
woman adagio dancers ; man support- 
ing curved figure of woman balanced 
on his left hip] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929 ; 
G 110. 

Recoder (Joseph M.)* New York. 439 

Painting : 

Girl with Spanish hat. Girl with 
Spanish hat and earrings ; shoulders 
bared. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; G 63. 

Rehberger (A. C.) co., Chicago. 

440-442 
Rehberger (Alfred C.) Models: 
Bowler. Figure of man represent- 
ing a bowler holding a bowling ball in 
right hand at about the position of 
delivery. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929; G 234. 
Golfer. Figure of man representing 
a golfer completing finished stroke. © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; G 235. 

Midget pedestal, 43/00. Model of fe- 
male figure in kneeling position, one 
knee on base and holding upright ped- 
estal in one hand. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1929 ; G 233. 

Richardson (Arthur Alfred)* Quincy, 
Mass. 443 

Model : 

Masonic temple. Main entrance with 
steps leading up to door, an urn on 
each side of steps, 4 pillars at top of 
steps, windows, 4 symbols above and 
G in radiating circles at very top. © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; G 101. 

Riser (Charles L.) Philadelphia. 

444-^48 

Riser (Sarah) Paintings: 

Woman Spanish dancer. [Figure of 
woman with left hand on hip and a 
rose held between her teeth ; in one of 
two long narrow panels] © 1 c. Feb. 
11. 1929; G 117. 

Woman with cigarette holder. Fig- 
ure of woman in evening dress with 
cigarette holder [from which smoke is 
rising, in one of two narrow panels ; 
with interlaced conventionalized smoke 
in the other] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1929; 
G 241. 

Woman with crescents. [Two nar- 
row panels : Figure of woman in Turk- 
ish costume with crescents in one ; 
crescents in the other] © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1929 ; G 242. 

Woman with dog. Figure of woman 
with dog [in lower end of narrow 
panel. Background of conventional- 



ized moons and clouds] © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1929 ; G 239. 

Woman with jade earrings. Figure 
of woman with jade earrings [in eve- 
ning dress, wearing six bracelets on 
left arm, at bottom of narrow panel. 
Conventional background] © 1 c. Feb. 
11, 1929 ; G 240. 

Ronaldson ( Sandy Foeler) * Hot 
Springs, Ark. 449 

Painting : 

Union banner. 1620, 19 negroes in 
U. S. 1929, 16,000,000. Lincoln in cen- 
ter. From left to right : Grant, Love- 
joy, Lincoln, John Brown, 'Sumner. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929; G 433. 

Royal granite co., St. Cloud, Minn. 

450-455 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Hanover memorial, 2041. © Feb. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 370. 

Harper memorial, 2043. © Feb. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 7; G 368. 

Marshall memorial, 2042. © Feb. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 369. 

Memorial bench, 2038. © Feb. 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; G 371. 

2039. © Feb. 28, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 7 ; G 372, 

2040. © Feb. 28, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 7 ; G 373. 

Schmid (Rupert) [and] Schmid 
(Kate)* Alameda, Calif. 456 

Sculpture : 

Miller (Joaquin) [Head of man 
with long beard] © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; 
G 335. 

Schrader (Edward Frederick)* Los 
Angeles. 457 

Drawing : 

Atlantic maiden. Shores of the At- 
lantic suggest a female with a hat with 
plumes etc. viz. the Gulf of Mexico. 
© 1 c. Aug. 28,, 1928 ; G 82. 

Scott (Louis)* New York. 458 

Painting : 

Sacred Heart. [Central figure: the 
Sacred Heart of Jesus, embodied in 
figure of bird ; lettered ribbon and 
floral sprays at top and bottom] © 1 
c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; G 18. 

Sea Island co., Saint Simon's Island, 
Ga. 459 

Schneider- Winchell press, inc. Draw- 
ing: 

Cloister, Sea Island Beach. [Shield 
tri-partecl. First, azure, tower ; second, 
argent, flying fish ; third, gules, cour- 
ant deer ; crest, helmet ; motto, The 
cloister] © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; G 160. 



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484 



Sears (Philip S.)* Brookline, Mass. 

460 

Sculpture : 

Stepping stones. [Statuette of nude 
male, in attitude of stepping from one 
stone to another, with arms extended 
to balance himself] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1929: G 444. 



Serio (William N.)* Scranton, Pa. 



461 
Sculpture : 

Hoover (Herbert) Head of Herbert 
Hoover. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; G 54. 

Seville studios, inc., Cleveland. 

462, 463 

Terr (Joseph) Models: 

Bird moderne. [Impressionistic fig- 
ure of bird with slender body, short 
perky tail, and large head and bill ; on 
rough base] © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929 ; G 
465. 

Winged horse. [Figure of horse 
with wings spread and fore feet reared 
up ; mounted on conventionalized 
base] © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1929 ; G 461. 

Shaffer (Harry Allen)* New York. 

464-468 

Sculpture : 

Cambodian dancer. Modeled in im- 
pressionistic style with complete elimi- 
nation of detail. [Nude female dancer 
with one knee raised, right arm up- 
right and left arm swung back] © 1 
c. Mar. 28, 1929 ; G 524. 

Dancing modernism. Modeled in 
impressionistic style in planes and an- 
gles and with complete elimination of 
detail. [Figure bending backward at 
the waist] © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929; G 
526. 

Russian dancer. Male figure in Rus- 
sian costume modeled in impression- 
istic style with complete elmination of 
detail. [Weight resting on left leg- 
bent with right leg outstretched and 
right hand on hip] © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1929; G 528. 

Spanish dancer. Modeled in im- 
pressionistic style with complete elimi- 
nation of detail. The impression of 
the movement of the figure is given by 
the skirt being reduced to a spiral. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929 ; G 525. 

Tennis player. Modeled in impres- 
sionistic style with complete elimina- 
tion of detail. [Left leg raised, right 
arm raised backward, in attitude of 
serving the ball] © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929 ; 
G 527. 



Sheehan (Harry Richard)* New York. 

469 

Painting : 

Flight of the Question Mark. Army 
transport plane refueling from another 
plane while in flight. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1929 ; G 441. 

Shenango pottery co., New Castle, Pa. 

470 

Barkby (Harry) Design: 

Border design consisting of floral 
motifs connected by vines and buds. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929 ; G 529. 

Sibbel (Joseph) studio*, New York. 

471-484 

Models : 

First station of the way of the cross, 
Jesus is condemned to death. Figure 
of Christ in the foreground being led 
by soldier. Pontius Pilate seated in 
background at left. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; G 259. 

Second station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus is forced to carry his cross. 
Figure of Christ with arms upraised 
and resting on the cross. Soldier with 
hands on the cross. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929; G 260. 

Third station of the way of the cross, 
Jesus falls the first time. Figure of 
Christ fallen on one knee beneath the 
cross, figure at right with one hand on 
the cross and attempting to force 
Christ to his feet. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; G 261. 

Fourth station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus meets his blessed Mother. 
Figure of Christ bearing cross, head 
bowed toward his Mother at left. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; G 262. 

Fifth station of the way of the cross, 
Simon helps Jesus to bear the cross. 
Figure of Christ bowed under the 
weight of the cross. Simon raising the 
cross near center. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; G 263. 

Sixth station of the way of the 
cross, Veronica wipes the face of Jesus. 
Figure of Christ bowed toward that 
of Veronica who is kneeling and hold- 
ing a napkin. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; 
G 264. 

Seventh station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus falls the second time. 
Figure of Christ fallen on both knees 
beneath the cross. Figure at left in 
threatening attitude ; one in center 
holding cross. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; G 
265. 

Eighth station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus consoles the weeping 
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Sibbel (Joseph) studio* — Continued. 
cross with hand outstretched toward 
woman with child before her. © 1 c. 
Feb. 13, 1929; G 266. 

Ninth station of the way of the cross, 
Jesus falls the third time. Figure of 
Christ fallen on the cross, supported 
against the knees of figure at right. 
Figure at left pouring draught into 
cup. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; G 267. 

Tenth station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus is stripped of his gar- 
ments. Figure of Christ, half nude, 
with face upraised ; man at left re- 
moving his clothing. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; G 268. 

Eleventh station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus nailed to the cross. Fig- 
ure of Christ laid on the cross, man 
nailing his left foot to the cross. Two 
figures in background. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929 ; G 269. 

Twelfth station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus dies on the cross. Figure 
of Christ on the cross, crucified, with 
his Mother at the left and St. John 
at right. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; G 270. 

Thirteenth station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus is taken down from the 
cross. Body of Christ in the arms of 
his Mother at the foot of the cross. 
Figure of St. John in background. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1929; G 271. 

Fourteenth station of the way of the 
cross, Jesus is laid in the tomb. Body 
of Christ carried by Joseph of Arima- 
thea and Nicodemus, with sepulchre in 
the background. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929 ; 
G 272. 

Smalley (Henry C.) granite co., inc., 
Quincy, Mass. 485 

Haslam (Dan B.) Design: 
Thompson memorial, 364. © 1 c. 

Jan. 30, 1929 ; G 146. 

Smith (James Mercer)* Princeton, W. 
Va. 486 

Drawing : 

Adventures of Tony (with following 
characters : Tony, the Jedge, Sweeney 
the Cop, and Sunshine) © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1929 ; G 344. 

South Carolina. State, Columbia, 

S. C. 487 

Person (N. Olivers) Design: 

Fruits and vegetables grown in 

South Carolina. Outline of the state 

boundaries with fruit and vegetable 

pictures. © 1 c. Feb.- 4, 1929; G 171. 



Special features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 488 490 

Thompson (Harry E.) Drawing: 
Back trails of history, early New 
York 1, The coming of the Half Moon. 
[Sailing vessel on body of water with 
cliff in background. Head of a man in 
ruche collar at left. Lettering below] 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; G 393. 
Warren (Jack) Drawing: 
Ramblin' Ranny. [Old man on 
horseback wearing cowboy costume, 
with both hands raised in attitude of 
surrender. Shadow of man with gun 
on ground at left. Lettering below] 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; G 394. 

Warren (Jack) and Wight (Leroy 
P.) Drawing: 

Tony, the barber. [Comic figure of 
man in plaid trousers with his large 
feet pointing outward. Small negro 
at left] © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1929 ; G 395. 

Stacey (William John) London. 

491-494 
Brangwyn (Frank) Painting: 
Merchants. Group of merchants, 
some riding on camels outside the arch 
of a gate seen in the distance. All 
chattering and bargaining. © 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929; G 142. 

Everett (Ethel) Drawing: 
Little lamb, who made thee? Child 
kneeling before a little lamb, the arms 
around its neck ; meadows with flow- 
ers, water in front. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1929 ; G 334. 

Flint (William Russell) Painting: 
Chattels. Girl offered for sale by 
bearded man, an old woman sitting by 
her side, a young one in front. Man 
with apple in hand and woman stand- 
ing by the side. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; 
G 140. 

Pissarro (Ovorrida) Drawing: 
Eastern screen. Persian boy kneel- 
ing holding in his right hand a blos- 
som which he offers to a fawn. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3. 1929; G 141. 



Stchli bros., Zurich. 



495-504 



Barham (S.) Painting: 

Madonna of the Holy Light. [Pro- 
file view of female figure, kneeling, in 
attitude of prayer] © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929 ; G 154. 

Bauer (Emil) Painting: 

Bouquet de fleurs. Summer flowers 
in a vase. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; G 
147. 

Beronneau (Andre) Painting: 

Seascape with sailing-boat (fisher 
boat) © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; G 153. 



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522 



Bloch (Marcel) Paintings: 
Girl's head. [Girl wearing long ear- 
rings, smiling, with head titled slightly 
to the right] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; G 
226. 

Steps and tunes. Spaniards, lady 
and gentleman, dancing a Spanish 
dance. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; G 149. 

Daudin (Henry) Painting: 
Madonna with Child. [Madonna's 

left arm encircles child holding lily] 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; G 151. 

Gasteiger (Anna) Painting: 
Cactus. Few small plants of this 
kind in small pots around a bigger one 
in the middle with one red flower. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929; G 150'. 

Hubert-Robert (M.) Painting: 
Place d'El-oued, Algerie. Market 
place of an Algerian town with camels 
in the foreground. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1929; G 152. 

Leclerc (J. Jacques) Painting: 
Approaching conquest. Lady in fan- 
cy dress with a fan in her right hand. 
A gentleman in fancy dress too kneel- 
ing kissing her hand. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1929; G 227. 

Oswald (Carlos) Painting: 

Child asleep lying on a pillow, the 

body covered with a shirt only. © 1 c. 

Jan. 31, 1929 ■ G 148. 

Storer (Joseph William)* Woodside, 
L. I., N. Y. 505 

Sculpture : 

Lone Eagle. Bust of Lindbergh in 
helmet. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; G 163. 

Studdy (George E.) London. 506 

Juszko (Jeno) Model: 

Bonzo. Comic figure of an upright- 
sitting bull dog puppy with grotesquely 
grinning face. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1929; 
G 519. 

Tanguary (Neal)* Los Angeles. 507 
Design : 

Torch bearer. [Nude figure, body 
swayed forward, shoulder curved back, 
head lowered between outstretched 
arms, bearing flaming torch] © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; G 237. 

Tarantino (Frank L.)* Quakerstown, 
Pa. 508, 509 

Designs : 

Culver memorial. B. © Jan. 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 : G 251. 

Yerkes memorial, A. © Jan. 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb, 12 ; G 252. 



Tate (Lila B.) doing business as Marsh 
adv. service, Los Angeles. 510 

Immel ( Paul J. ) Design : 
Where to dine & dance. [Popular 
cafes, night clubs and tea rooms. Ob- 
long panel with lettering at top with 
radiating lines and blank inset at bot- 
tom] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; G 157. 

Texas doll & toy mfg. co., Chester C. 
Schacht, owner*, Austin, Tex. 

511 
Model : , 

Doll. Small statue of a doll in a 
kneeling position holding in her out- 
stretched arms a bowl of gold fish 
above her head. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; 
G 223. 

Theis (Frederick Andrew)* Chicago. 

512 

Model : 

Wooden Bottom pirate ship. Revis- 
ion of a Spanish galleon. © 1 c. Feb. 
27, 1929 ; G 336. 

Theta kappa psi medical fraternity, 
inc., Memphis, Tenn. 513 

Bliss (Andrew Richard) jr. Draw- 
ing: 

Theta kappa psi medical fraternity 
badge. Triangular shaped, black en- 
amel center with caduceus and star 
raised from enamel in gold ; Greek 
letters, Theta, Kappa and Psi above 
the caduceus; three stones in the cor- 
ners. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929; G 523. 

Thompson & Churchill, New York. 514 
Reeves ( Norman ) Drawing : 
Apartment hotel. [Geometrically 

designed building of irregular blocks. 

Boats on water in foreground] © 1 c. 

Mar. 26, 1920; G 495. 

Torrey (George Burroughs)* New 
York. 515 

Painting : 

Hoover (President Herbert) Presi- 
dent Hoover seated, hands clasped in 
lap ; curtain landscape out side. © 
1 c. Mar. 30, 1929; G 532. 

Totten (Vicken Von Post)* Washing- 
ton. 516-522 

Sculpture : 

Little Bo-Peep. [Little girl with 
shepherd's crook, on base ornamented 
with sheep] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; G 
245. 

Little Boy Blue. [Figure of little 
boy asleep on haystack with a horn 
in his right hand] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1920; G 319. 



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pt. iv, n. &., v. 24 



Totten (Vicken Von Post)* — Contd. 

Little Jack Horner. [Child seated 
with a plum stuck on his left thumb 
raised to his mouth] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1929; G 244. 

Little Miss Muffit. [Figure of little 
girl sitting on cushion, in attitude of 
fright] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ;'G 320. 

Mistress Mary quite contrary. [Fig- 
ure of quaint little girl in apron and 
cap in attitude of watering a circular 
flower bed in which she stands] © 1 c. 
Feb. 12. 1929 ; G 246. 

Mother Goose. [Standing figure of 
Mother Goose wearing tall pointed hat. 
Goose at her side] © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1929; G 437. 

Yankee Doodle. [Figure of little 
bov with feather in his cap, astride a 
pony] © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1929; G 247. 

Ulmer (Clarence C.) Cincinnati. 523 

Dobler (Frank) Model: 

German shepherd dog, commonly 
known as police dogs, lying down with 
ears out and head held at attention. 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; G 70. 

U. S. printing & lithograph co„ Brook- 
lyn. 524, 525 

Kverne (Einar) Paintings: 
Dawn of to-morrow. Marine paint- 
ing of Graf Zeppelin crossing the At- 
lantic. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; G 96. 

Spirit of Viking. Marine painting 
of an old Norse craft at sea. © 1 c. 
Feb. 8, 1929 ; G 333. 

University insignia corporation, New 
York. 526 

Borst (George H.) Drawing: 
Port Richmond high school seal. 
[Oval design showing sailboat going 
under bridge, with border of lettering, 
and wreath of leaves surrounding open 
book at bottom] © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1929 ; 
G 445. 

Valverde (Jose)* San Francisco. 

527, 528 

Drawing : 

Iconogram, 1. Dolores Del Rio. The 
device forms with the given letters of 
a name, a shape of head, face or com- 
plete figure. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929; 
G 469. 

2. Greta Garbo. The device 

forms with the given letters of a 
name, a shape of a head, face or a 
complete figure. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929 ; 
G 470. 



Van Deventer (Robert Rhea)* New 
York. 529 

Painting : 

Happy hours. A three paneled 
screen covered with an all over design 
of fairy tales and songs [characters] 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1929; G 448. 

Virginia-Carolina chemical corp., Rich- 
mond. 530, 531 
Kelley (Arthur) Paintings: 
It pays ! Field of cotton. Man and 
bag of V-C fertilizer in foreground. 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; G 285. 

Puts money in the leaf. Field of 
tobacco. Man and bag of V-C ferti- 
lizer in foreground. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1929; G 286. 

Vogt (John S.)* Grosse Pointe Park, 
Mich. 532, 533 

Drawings : 

Cheese. [Figure of a mouse in 
checkered shirt and overalls wearing 
tin can on head. Two views, front 
and left profile] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1929; G 281. 

Pretzel. [Figure of a mouse in 
short dark trousers and white shirt 
wearing tiny cap. Two views, front 
and left profile] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929; 
G 282. 

Von Frankenberg (Arthur)* New 
York. 534 

Sculpture : 

Two boxers. Four legs spread wide 
apart ; torsos together in clinch ; 
heads buried in each others shoulders. 
© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; G 66. 

Wallace (Gordon Allen)* Vancouver, 
Wash. 535 

Drawing : 

Pilot Polo. [Right profile figure of 
a mechanical man wearing derby and 
pointing with left hand] © 1 c. Jan. 
15, 1929; G 276. 

Walter (Valerie H.)* New York. 536 

Sculpture : 

Gabrielle. 7 weeks old baby, head 
and hands ; also adult hand support- 
ing head. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; G 143. 

Wander (Oscar)* Elizabeth, N. J. 

537 

Painting : 

Vision of old Ireland. [Standing 
figure of man stripped to the waist, 
with sword in right hand and circular 
shield in his left] © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1929; G 277. 



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Wattley (Vincent E.)* New York. 

538 

Drawing : 

U. A. L. [Universal African league] 
[Oval design with lettering, Una deus 
una certum una destina, on shield 
mounted on two small crossed cannon] 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1929; G 56. 

Western cartridge co.*, East Alton, 
111. 539 

Painting : 

Can't go. [Two hunters at corner 
of house calling to man sawing wood. 
Man pointing to woman inside the 
window] © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; G 183. 

Wickenden (Robert J.)* Brooklyn. 

540 

Design : 

Good Saniajitan. [In center : Good 
Samaritan aiding beggar supported 
against his knee ; ass at right ; people 
on road at left ; background of open 
country] © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; G 69. 

Willet (A. L.) Philadelphia. 541 

Willet (William) Painting: 
St. Martin dividing his cloak with 

the beggar. St. Martin seated on 

horse, in an aureole, city in back; 

group with armorial crests. © 1 c. 

Jan. 12, 1929; G 61. 

Williams (Ernest Cleveland)* Tren- 
ton, N. J. 542 

Drawing : 

Heaven or hell. To illustrate scrip- 
ture verses which lead to heaven or 
hell. A car with searchlight ; words : 
God, Jesus, Prayer, Life, Heaven, 
Love, Death, Hell, U & I. © 1 c. 
Feb. 20, 1929; G 293. 



Wilson western sporting goods co.. 
Chicago. 543 

Rehberger (A. C.) Model: 
Wilson baseball championship tro- 
phy. Baseball player standing with 
extended right hand showing position 
after throwing ball, left hand with 
glove extending backwards. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1929; G 533. 

Winslow (Emily Bradley)* Madison. 
Wis. 544 

Design : 

Lucrezia. Sculptural reproduction 
of the painting of the artist's wife, 
Lucrezia Fede, known as Lucrezia, by 
Andrea del Sarto. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 
1928 ; G 84499. 

Zinn (Axel) New York. 545 

Belden (Jeannette) Sculptures: 
Dancing sylph. Dancing sylph out- 
stretched on tip-toe leaning backward 
with one knee and arms upraised, and 
holding a tray. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929: 
G 67. 

Zirnbanex (F.)* Salt Lake City. 546 

Painting : 

Salt Lake theatre. [Corner view of 
large building at street intersection] 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; G 90. 

Ziroli (Angelo)* Chicago. 547 

Sculpture : 

Spaghetti. [Naked child seated on 
table eating spaghetti with one 
hand, throwing bottle away with the 
other. Border design of plates, 
spoons, forks, below] © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1929; G 113. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1928 



547 



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DESIGNS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 547 b 



Remington (Frederic) 1 

Cheyenne. Indian warrior on horse- 
back, horse leaping. Figure of Indian, 
nude, holding in right hand a whip 
and in left hand a spear. Sculpture. 
© John C. Howard and Grace Emma 
L. Caten, Ogdensburg, N. Y., as ancil- 



lary administrators of the author with 
will annexed. R 1707, Jan. 21, 1929. 

Webersinn ( Alfred ) 2 

Webersinn indestructable life boat. 
Painting. <6) Alfred Webersinn, New 
Yosk, as the author. R 1456, Jan. 10, 
1929. 



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CLASS H-K 

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



Abbott (Eleanor D.) Frederick, Md. 

548-551 

Fritcbie's (Barbara) : 

Bed! room furniture; J O — 1359. — 
China ware and silver ; J O — 1357. — 
Clothes ; J 0—1356. © 1 c. each Mar. 
18, 1929. 

Riehl's Spring in 1862. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1929; J 0—1358. 

Adams (Joseph H.) Miami Beach, Fla. 

552-555 

Adams (Joseph H.) guest house on 
Belle Isle when used as President-elect 
Hoover's office, X 7295. © Feb. 21, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; J 0—1314. 

Hoover's (Mr.) Belle Isle office, re- 
ception end of, X 7298. © Feb. 21, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; J 0—1317. 

showing desk and clock, X 7296. 

© Feb. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; J O— 
1315. 

Hoover's (President-elect) desk in 
Joseph H. Adams' guest house, X 7297. 
© Feb. 21. 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; J O— 
1316. 

Aero photo co., Oklahoma City, Okl. 

556 
Oklahoma City business district, Jan. 
1, 1929. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 8 ; 
J 0—765. 

Ahrend letters, inc., New York. 557 
Ahrend P-L-E survey and plan. © 
1 c. Dec. 19, 1928; I 84. 

Airey (Thomas Stanley) New York. 

558 
Airey automotive computing slide 
rule. © Oct. 13, 1926; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1929; I 378. 

Allen (Charles F.) Derry, N. H. 559 
Veterans memorial bldg. © Feb. 11, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; J O— 1180. 

Allen (Lorraine) and Stuart (J. 
Frank) Little Rock, Ark. 560 

Allen (Lorraine) and J. Frank Stu- 
art. © Oct. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1929 ; J 299855. 



Allison (Grace Griffith) Santa Rosa, 
Calif. 561 

[Old Sonoma mission.] © May 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; K 2214. 

Alman & co., New York. 562 

Larned (Bishop J. I. Blair) © Feb. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; J O— 1202. 

Altman (Clay) Oklahoma City. 

563-565 

Four three room efficiency apart- 
ments, plan no. 57. [First and second 
floor plants. 2 sheets, blueprints] © 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; I 183. 

Rose-bowl. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 1929; 
I 428. 

Three, three room efficiency apart- 
ments, plan no. 58. Foundation and 
basement plan, first floor, second floor. 
3 sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 
1929; I 259. 

Altman (Clay) and Altman (Russell 
D.) Oklahoma City, Okl. 566-568 

Device to apply the hot air from the 
engine to the wind-shield. 18. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1929; I 373. 

Electric element wire heating plate- 
glass window device no. 17. Blueprint. 
© Feb. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; I 284. 

Electric element wire heating wind- 
shield device no. 16. Blueprint. © 
Feb. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; I 285. 

American -airports corp.. New York. 

569 
Flint, Mich. Ultimate airport devel- 
opment, 39. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
15; I 144. 



inc., Coshocton. 
570-592 



American art works 
O. 

9 photographs : 

Day dreams. — Hello baby. — Hope of 
the nation. — Little sunshine. — Looking 
ahead. — Lovely as a rose. — One sum- 
mer eve. — Sweet and twenty. — Yes, in- 
deed. © Dec. 4, 1928 ; 2 c. each Dec. 
12 ; J O 751-759. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



American art works, inc. — Contd. 

14 prints : 

Big chance. — Brimming river. — Early 
American home builders. — Green pas- 
tures. — Indian summer. — John Paul 
Jones flag party. — Romantic Ven- 
ice.- — Sandman's coming. — See America 
first. — Springtime in Washington. — 
Sunshine and shadows. — Washington's 
vision at the Delaware. — Witchery of 
night. — Woodland path. © Dec. 4, 

1928 ; 2 c. each Dec. 12 ; K 1809-1822. 

American asphalt paint co., Chicago 1 . 

593 

Critical moment. © Dec. 1, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 21 ; K 2560. 

American automobile assn., Washing- 
ton. 594-598 

5 prints : 

Dodging between parked cars is — 
dodging into danger, 7 ; K 2378. — Don't 
dart across. Be careful, 6 ; K 2377. — 
Ride hopping is dangerous — play safe- 
ly, 10; K 2381.— Safe? but not in the 
street, 9 ; K 2380.— Wait for the signal, 
for safe crossings, 8 ; K 2379. © Dec. 
19, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 19, 1929. 

American bank note co., New York. 

599^607 

Ban que du Congo Beige, special V- 
63681. © Jan. 4, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; 
K 3089. 

special V-63682. © Jan. 4, 

1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3090. 

special V-63788. © Feb. 8, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3608. 

special V-64093. © Feb. 28, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3611. 

Hawaiian pineapple co., special V- 
63685. © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; 
K 3607. 

Hormel (Geo. A.) special V-68784. 
© Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3084. 

Hupeh provincial bank, Hankow, 
China, special V-63790'. © Feb. 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3610. 

North American aviation, inc., spe- 
cial V-64094. © Mar. 9, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 28 ; K 3609. 

V-63405. © Jan. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; K 3088. 

American Cirrus engines, inc., Belle- 
ville, N. J. 608, 609 

American Cirrus Mark III engine, 
cowling diagrams. © Jan. 28, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 19 ; 1 c. Mar. 18 ; I 426. 

installation diagrams. © Jan. 

28, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; 1 c. Mar. 18; I 
425. 



American geographical society of New 

York, New York. 610 

[World. Lear do map of the World 

1452 or 1453] © Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. 

Feb. 4 ; K 3288. 

American lithographic co., inc., New 
York. 611 

[Amlico Indian for 1929] © Dec. 27, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; K 1806, 

American motorists insurance co., Chi- 
cago. 612, 613 

Place thumb in back — not in front. 
American motorists insurance casualty 
safety bulletin, 59M. © Feb. 20, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 11 ; K 3346, 

Property damage. American motor- 
ists insurance company automobile 
safety bulletin, 1M. © Feb. 20, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 11 ; K 3345. 

American railway assn., New York. 

614 
Look. Listen. Cross crossings cau- 
tiously. © Mar. 21, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
27 ; K 3602. 

American-statesman, Austin, Tex. 615 
Texas (University of) Memorial sta- 
dium, Thanksgiving day, 1928. © 1 c. 
Dec. 11, 1928; J O— 760. 

American weekly, inc., New York. 616 
Dog's life. Bonzo's blow-out. © 

Sept, 23, 1928 ; 1 c. Sept. 26 ; K 1879. 
Ames & Rollinson, New York. 617 

[Diploma form for beauty culture 
schools] © Mar. 21, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
22 ; K 3541. 

Anderson (Carl Thomas) Madison, 
Wis. 618-620 

Dusty begins his; daily plunge until 
the swimming season opens. (In Amer- 
ican Kennel Gazette) © Mar. 1, 
1928; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1929; K 3350. 

Dusty is again given his annual 
scrub before being entered at the dog 
show. (In American Kennel Gazette) 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 7 ; K 2758. 

Dusty makes whoopee for the new 
year. (In American Kennel Gazette) 
© Jan. 1, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 7; K 1870. 

Anderson (George S.) Seattle. 621 
Moonlight and memories. © Jan. 

18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; J 0—905. 

Anderson (Maurice P.) Seattle. 622 
Olympic Mountains from Alki Point. 

© Feb. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; J O— 

1201. 

Anderson galleries, Chicago. 623 

Thieve's market. (In Literary Di- 
gest Jan. 26, 1929) © Jan. 24, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 6 ; K 2916, 



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no. 1, 1929 



670 



Arenz (John A.) Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

624-626 

Arenz, double thread : 

Automobile and sheet metal screws ; 
I 450. — Screw sockets; I 451. — Sheet 
metal screws ; I 449. © 1 c. each Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Argo (Aclele) San Francisco. 627 

[Pattern grader and cutting system 
for furriers, tailors, dress makers] © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; I 256. 

Armenian legion (Worcester, [Mass.] 
branch) Worcester, Mass. 628 

Monument of Armenian dead sol- 
diers of the world war. © Feb. 6, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 29; J 37. 

Armstrong (James Chivis) Detroit. 

629 
Miss America VII [and] Miss Amer- 
ica V. © Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 9, 
1929; J 299851. 

Arnold (Oren) Phoenix, Ariz. 

630, 631 

Phillips (Governor) of Arizona de- 
livering inaugural address. © Jan. 8, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; J 0—845. 

— — taking oath of office. © Jan. 
8, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 14; J 0—844. 

Arrow real estate co., Larchmont, Bal- 
timore Co., Md. 632 
[Nu-type homes. Plans for brick, 
stucco and concrete row houses. 2 
sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. Mar. 13. 
1929 ; I 427. 

Associated press, New York. 633 

Coulter (Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B.) 

© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; J 299872. 

Atkins & Durbrow, inc., New York. 

634 
[Peat moss water cell] © Feb. 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; K 2899. 

Ault (James W.) New Lexington, O. 

635 
[Philosophy of hell and heaven. 
Chart] © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; I 322. 

Austin (A. L.) Cleveland. 636, 637 
Austin rectal irrigating dialator. © 
1 c. Dec. 22, 1928 ; I 168. 

Austin's vaginal irrigator. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1929 ; I 202. 

Austin (A. L.) and Powell (George 

G.) Cleveland. 638 

[Super-cyclonic motor. (Internal 

combustion motor)] © 1 c. Dec. 22, 

1928; I 167. 



Austin American, Austin, Tex. 639 

Moody (Dan) jr. First photo of 
Texas White House heir. © Jan. 17, 
1929; 1 c. Jan. 21; K 2684. 

Automatic transportation co., inc., 

Providence. 640 

Bristol ferry one hundred years ago 

[and] Bristol ferry today. © Dec. 22, 

1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; K 2754. 

Bailey (A. H.) Mountain Grove, Mo. 

641 
Shepherd of the hills country. © 
Mar. 2, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1929 ; J O— 
1318. 

Bailey (David Algar) Hollywood, 
Calif. 642 

[Phases of universe building and 
organic evolution as result of elec- 
trical disturbances in space (magnet- 
ism), illustrating] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1929 ; I 245. 

Bailey meter co., Cleveland. 643-670 
Bailey boiler meter chart, Cahokia 4. 

© Aug. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; I 

352. 

Bailey boiler meter chart. 130F800T- 

225P. © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 8; 

1 344. 

135F800T. © Dec. 18, 1928; 2 

c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; I 350. 

— 175F700P. © Dec. 5, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 18, 1929; I 163. 

225F800TR. © Nov. 9, 1928 ; 2 

c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 160. 

250F700T. © Nov. 10, 1928; 2 

c. Jan. 18, 1929; I 161. 

325D25. © Jan. 11, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 8 ; I 345. 

375D25. © Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 8 ; I 341. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 16F. © 
Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; I 347. 

75F700T400P. © Nov. 5, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 158. 

80F100T40P. © June 16, 1928 ; 

2 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 154. 

85F42.5P. © Dec. 20, 1928; 2 

c. Mar. 8, 1929; I 349. 

100B. © Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 8 ; I 342. 

120F800T300PS. © Dec. 10, 

1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 8. 1929 ; I 351. 

150F800T300PS. © Dec. 10, 

1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 165. 

160F60P. © J an. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 8 ; I 343. 

240-7. © Nov. 7, 1928; 2 c. 

Jan. 18, 1929; I 159. 



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671 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Bailey meter co. — Continued. 

Bailey boiler meter chart — Contd. 

250F700TT. © Oct. 18, 1928 ; 2 

c. Jan. 18, 1929; I 155. 

320F160T6P. © Dec. 5, 1928; 

2 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 164. 

7021. © Dec. 18, 1928; 2 c. 

Mar. 8, 1929; I 338. 

Bailey fluid meter, electrically oper- 
ated, chart, 7023. © Jan. 13, 1929; 2 
c. Mar. 8, I 339. 

7024. © Jan. 13, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 8; I 340. 

7056. © June 6, 1928; 2 c. 

Jan. 18 ; I 153. 

Bailey recorder chart, 5KP. © Jan. 
10, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; I 346. 

6KS. © Oct. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 

18, 1929; I 156. 

250KT. © Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. 

Mar. 8, 1929; I 348. 

1600KS. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 162, 

7500. © Nov. 4, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 

18, 1929; I 157. 

Barnhill (Esmond G.) St. Petersburg, 
Fla. 671-690 

[Florida bayou at sunset] © Nov. 
1, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 3542. 

19 photographs : 

Cypress by moonlight ; J O — 890. — 
Evening at Blind Pass; J 0—886. — 
Evening on the lake ; J O — 891. — Fish- 
ing grounds in Florida ; J O — 887. — 
Florida river ; J O — 892. — Golden sun- 
set ; J 0—893.— Gulf of Mexico ; J O— 
880.— Home of the heron ; J 0—882.— 
Indian River; J 0—883.— Jungle 
shore ; J O — 885. — Leaning palm ; J 
O— 884.— Marion (Fort) Fla.; J O— 
889. — Palm Beach, Fla., bird's-eye 
view ; J O — 881. — Palmetto palms ; J 
O — 894. — St. Augustine, Fla., the sen- 
tinel ; J 0—888.— Sentinel of the Ever- 
glades ; J O — 895. — Sunshine city ; J 
O — 896. — Suwannee River ; J O — 
897. — Suwannee River, upon the ; J 
O— 898. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. each 
Jan. 21, 1929. 

Barrett (Wesley Maben) Los Angeles. 

691 
Eyes have it. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 26, 1929 ; K 2567. 

Barrett (William John) Conneaut, O. 

692 
Chart of Bible drama. © Aug. 10, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; K 3434. 



Barrick pub. co., Kansas City, Mo. 

693 
Packer. [Letterhead design; fruits, 
vegetables, etc.] © Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 20; K 3531. 

Bartlow (I. P.) Rushville, 111. 

694, 695 
Bartlow's all-a-round feeder, A, B. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 28, 1929; J O— 940, 
941. 

Bearse (E. Lewis) Centreville, Mass. 

696 

Hoover's (President) birthplace. © 

Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. „Jan. 23; J 299859. 

Beaudouin (Frank) Philadelphia. 

697 
Red Jacket (Clipper ship) © Jan. 
3, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; K 1942. 

Bedell co., New York. 698, 699 

Alterations and additions to Bedell 

blclg., sheet 4. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1929; 

I 423. 

[Floor plan of windows] © 1 c. 

Mar. 20, 1929; I 424. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd., London. 

700-707 

Canterbury cathedral, choir tran- 
sept and Pilgrim steps; by Albany E. 
Howarth. © Oct. 1, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
31 ; K 2490. 

[Nasturtiums] ; by T. T. Blaylock. 
© Dec. 12, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 31 ; K 2484. 

Pierrot alone and then Pierrette and 
then a story to forget ; by Edward 
Osmond. © Jan. 1, 1929; 1 c. Dec. 
31, 1928 ; K 2491. 

5 prints : 

[California poppies] ; by T. T. Blay- 
lock ; K 2485. — Roslyn chapel, Edin- 
burgh ; by Albany E. Howarth ; K 
2489.— Venice (Palazza Ca d'Oro) ; by 
J. Alphege Brewer; K 2488.— West- 
minster abbey (The chancel) ; by J. 
Alphege Brewer; K 2487. — York (Pe- 
tergate) ; by J. Alphege Brewer; K 
2486. © Dec. 22, 1928; 1 c. each 
Dec. 31. 

Bell (James W.) son & co., New York. 

708-718 

Our own publication, plates 2 G, 4G, 
5 G, 7G-12 G, 14 G, 15 G. © Mar. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 27 ; K 3142-3152. 
Belmor mfg. co., inc., Chicago. 719 

[Belmor, art-leather trimmed seat 
covers, over cushions, seat backs, etc., 
sedan car model] © Nov. 22, 1928; 
1 c. Nov. 17 ; 1 c. Dec. 26 ; K 1958. 



28 



no. 1. 1929 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



779 



Bennett (Howard J.) Madison, Wis. 

720 
[Game of semaphore. Diagram] 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; I 212. 

Bentley (William F.) Baltimore. 

721, 722 

Chart illustrating uses of A. R. A. 
gages, nos. 1, 4-D and 8. © Feb. 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; I 301. 

Wrought steel wheel gage, uses of. 
BliiEpiint. © Oct. 29, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
29; I 56. 

Benziger bros., New York. 723-735 
[Disciples of Jesus preventing the 
mothers to bring their children to 
Jesus] © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; 
K 3262. 

[Mothers and children waiting for 
Jesus] © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; 
K 3261. 

11 prints : 

[Angel appearing to the shep- 
herds] — [Angels sending glory to 
God] — [Baby's guardian angel] — 
[Jesus calling the children to come to 
Him]— [Jesus resting under the 
tree] — [Jesus speaking to the chil- 
dren] — [Mother and children watching 
the approach of Jesus]— [Shepherds 

adoring the infant Jesus in the crib] 

[Shepherds on the hill near Bethle- 
hem] — [Shepherds returning to the 
hills] — [Shepherds see a light in the 
sky] © Dec. 1, 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 
31 ; K 3035-3045. 

Berko (Paul M.) Hathorne, Mass. 736 

r Computing chart for multiplication, 
division, line of squares, powers, deter- 
mining circle areas, etc.] © 1 c. Mar 
14. 1929 ; I 379. 
Bernart corp., New York. 737-756 

8 prints ; by Louis : 

[After the ball] ; K 3116.— [Chiv- 
alry] ; K 3114.— [Coquette] ; K 3117 — 
[Love note] ; K 3121.— [Loved one] ; K 
3118.— [Loves] ; K 3115.— [Prome- 
nade] ; K 3119.— [Proposal] ; K 3120 
© Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 26. 

12 prints : 

f Am aln\ Italy; by Lambert]; K 
30*2. — [Beauty basket; by Hart]; K 
3067.— [Boldness ; by Hart] : K 3064 — 
[Daisy; by Cote]; K 3069.— [Earlv 
snow; by Hart]; K 3066.— [French 
dolls; by Cote] ; K 3073.— [Friends ; bv 
Cote]; K 3068.— (Marne River 
France; by Briand] ; K 3074.— [Pets •' 
by Cote]; K 3063.— [Quartette ; by 
Corel; K 3065.— [Venice, canal: bv 
Diesel] ; K 3070.— r Venice, waterwav • 



by Barlange] ; K 3071. © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 20. 

Berree (Norman G.) Philadelphia. 

757 
First, our home firemen. © Feb. 18 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 20 ; K 3062. 

Bishop (Edward A.) Racine, Wis. 758 

Madison, Wis., Methodist hospital 

© Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 25; K 3091 

Black (W. J.) Chicago. 759 

Blanket. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan 
16, 1929; K 2266. 

Blaine-Thompson co., Cincinnati. 760 
Passover treat. HDS ^mh 
© Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Fed. 14 ; K 3536. 

Blakely printing co., Chicago. 761-770 
[Flash series post cards, 1-10] © 
Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 27; K 
3591-3600. ' 

Blue Peter pub. co., ltd., London. 

771-775 

Benvenue ( Ship) ; from the painting 
by J. Spurling. © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c 
Feb. 27, 1929; K 3160. 
, Collingwood (Ship) ; from the paint- 
ing by J. Spurling. © Oct. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929 ; K 3161. 

Duntrune (Ship) ; from the painting 
by J. Spurling. © Feb. 1, 1929; 1 c 
Feb. 27; K 3164. 

; Neotsfield (Ship); from the paint- 
ing by J. Spurling. © Feb. 1, 1929 : 1 c 
Feb. 27 ; K 3163. 

m Sussex (H. M. S.) ; from the paint- 
ing by J. Spurling. © Apr. 1, 1928- 
1 c. Feb. 27, 1929 ; K 3162. 

Boland (William P.) Scranton, Pa. 

776 
Comparison of coal rates from 
Scranton, Pa. Blueprint. © 1 c Feb 
1, 1929; I 221. 

Bollinger (W. E.) Charleston, W. Va. 

777 

Daniel Boone marker on Maiden 

road, near Charleston, W Va (c) 

Feb. 26, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 27; J 299904. 

Boston & Maine railroad, Boston. 778 
Minute man service. © Dec 1 1928 • 
2 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; K 2752. 

Boyd (Everett M.) Cincinnati. 779 
De Forest (Dr. Lee) Outstanding 
figure in radio. © Feb, 17, 1929 • 1 c 
Feb. 25 ; K 3267 ' 



47157—29- 



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780 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Boye studios, San Francisco. 780 

Kingsbury (Kenneth R.) president 

of Standard oil co. of California. © 

Aug. 10, 1928 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; J O— 1208. 

Boyer (Daniel Warren) Westport, 
Conn. 781 

Photographic illustrations by War- 
ren Boyer. © Dec. 10, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
12; K 1178. 

Bradley (Alvin F.) New York. 782 

Whitman (Walt) The good grey 
poet. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 23; 
J 0—1338. 

Braider (Clifford A.) New York. 783 

Tune in with Siemsen. [Male figure 

demonstrating 24 physical exercises] 

© Feb. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb, 28 ; K 3370. 

Braun art pub. co., Cleveland. 784 
Cleveland, O., Hotel Cleveland and 
Terminal tower, 101. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 10 ; K 1917. 

Brazer (Clarence W.) New York. 785 
Media, Pa., Delaware County court 
house, enlargements to, perspective 
view. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1929; I 92. 

Brewer (Arthur Livingstone) Glendale, 

Calif. 786 

Bank of America of California. Its 

genealogy and age at a glance. Antlers 

chart. © Mar. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; 

1 430. 

Bristol co., Waterbury, Conn. 787-811 

Bristol (Wm. H.) recording tachom- 
eter chart, 4247. © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 15; I 402. 

Bristol's mechanical recorder chart, 
0806. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1929; I 396. 

Bristol's mechanical time recorder 
chart, 0821. © Mar. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
15 ; I 405. 

Bristol's recording liquid level gauge 
chart, 0805. © Nov. 12, 1928; 2 c. 
Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 394. 

0818, 5094. © Jan. 30, 1929; 

2 c. each Mar. 15 ; I 403, 404. 
Bristol's recording pressure gauge 

chart, 0813. © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 15; I 400. 

Bristol's recording thermometer 
chart, 3758. © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
15 ; I 401. 

Bristol's recording vacuum & pres- 
sure gauge chart, 10065. © Nov. 12, 
1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 395. 

10066. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 398. 



Bristol's recording water level gauge 
chart, 0812. © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 15; I 399. 

[Bristol's] relative moisture chart, 
0804. © Nov. 23, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1929; I 397. 

[Bristol's strip chart, S 2092] . © 
Dec. 17, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1929; 

1 384. 

[S 2093] © Dec. 17, 1928; 

2 c. Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 382. 

[S 2094] © Jan. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 15; I 387. 

[S 2096] © Feb. 18, 1929; 

2 c. Mar. 15 ; I 391. 

[S 3302] © Jan. 5, 1929: 2 c. 

Mar 



© Jan. 7, 1929; 2 c. 
© Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. 



15; I 385. 

[S 3303] 

Mar. 15; I 386. 

[S 3304] 

Mar. 15; I 388. 

[S 4249] © Dec. 4, 1928; 2 c. 

Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 381. 

[S 4251] © Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 15 ; I 389. 

[S 4252] © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 15; I 390. 

[S 4253] © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 15; I 392. 

[SM 4220] © Dec. 20, 1928; 

2 c. Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 383. 

Draw-rite controller chart, 0802. © 
Oct. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1929 ; I 393. 

Broschek & co., Hamburg, Germany 

812 
Wochende (Weekend) ; von Otto 
Pieper. © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1929; K 3428. 

Brown (James Franklin) Cincinnati. 

813 
Food aut o' circle market. ©> Feb. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 27 ; K 3589. 

Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. 814-854 

41 prints : 

[Among my treasures] — [Approach- 
ing storm] — [Arabian nights] — [Beau- 
ty's charms] — Contentment. — [Custer's 
last stand] — [Daughters of the Jn- 
cas] — [Fight to the finish] — [Friends of 
our childhood] — Friendship. — [Garden 
of happiness] — [Gifts of beauty] — 
[Give me the moonlight] — [Great ad- 
venture] — Home. — [Home, sweet 
home] — [Homeward] — [Irene] — [Lady 
of the evening] — [Landing of Colum- 
bus] — [Louise (Lake) ] — [Mother's 
sonny boy] — [Nature's bounty] — 
[Ocean's mirror] — [Old mission] — [On 
Venetian waters] — [Over the garden- 



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894 



wall] — [Over the top] — [Panier de 
pommes] by Louis Icart. — [Queen of 
the ball]— [Raising the first American 
flag] — [Roadside blacksmith] — 
Ships. — [Spirit of progress] — [Sunny 
south] — [Sunset glow] — [Treasure 
princess] — [Vanity fair] — [Wayside 
cottage]— [We're going home]— [When 
sandman comes] © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each Jan. 24 ; K 2516-2557. 

Brown instrument co., Philadelphia. 

855-878 
Brown instrument co. chart, 1071 
© Mar. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; I 376. 

1151. © Mar. 20, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 22 ; I 431. 

1338. © Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

28 ; I 210. 

1439. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 

4 ; I 227. 

1540. © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

14 ; I 137. 

[1545] © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 6 ; I 325. 

1748. © Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

11 ; I 88. 

1749. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

21 ; I 174. 

1970. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

24; I 185. 

2283. © Jan. 3. 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

5; I 73. 

2284. © Jan. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

14; I 138. 

2287. © Jan. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

26 ; I 201. 

2288. © Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 

9; I 249. 

2900. © Jan. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 

15; I 142. 

3318. © Dec. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 

6, 1929 ; I 414. 

3321, plate 2. © Mar. 20, 1929 ; 

2 c. Mar. 25 ; I 432. 

3322. © Mar. 25, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 29 ; I 462. 

[Brown instrument co. chart roll 
3298-3300] © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 21 ; I 171-173. 

[3321] © Mar. 2, 1929; 2 c. 

Mar. 6 ; I 318. 

[3413. 3414] © Feb. 26, 1929; 

2 c. each Feb. 28; I 312, 311. 

[3415] © Mar. 1, 1929- 2 c 

Mar. 5 ; I 316. 



Brown-Robertson co., inc., New York. 

879-882 

4 prints : 

[Approaching storm, Venice] — [Low 
tide, Dutch Coast]— [On Grand canal, 
Venice]— [Showery day, Dutch Coast] 
© Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 14- K 
2991-2994. 

Brownell (Durward Chandler) Seattle. 

883, 884 
Chelan Shores. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1929 • 
J O— 1207. 

Tristam, death of. © 1 c Mar 19 
1929; J 0—1355. 

Browning studios, New York. 885 

New York life insurance co. bldg 
© Mar. 7, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 8; J O— 
1312. 

Bruckmann (F.) a. g. Munchen, Ger- 
many. 88a 

An der Adria, 5038; von Alexander 
Mueller. © Oct. 2, 1928 ; 1 c. Feb, 5 
1929; K 3431. 

Buckham (Charles Wyman) New 
York - 887, 888 

Prismatic glass building. © 1 c 
Jan. 23, 1929; I 261. 

Prismatic, sunshine, buildings. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929 ; I 184 
Buckingham (C. O.) Washington. 889 

Hoover (President) silhouette. © 
Mar. 23, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 27 • J O— 
1447. 

Buckmaster (Ben Stalker) Chicago. 

890 
Buckmaster calculette. © 1 c Mar 
1, 1929; I 313. 

Buczkowski (Joseph) Victoria, Tex. 



891 
Piggish girl. © Feb. 25, 1929- 2 c 
Mar. 1; J 0—1221. 

Buffington (L. S.) Minneapolis. 892 
Tip not toy. Blueprint. © 1 c 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; I 314. 

Bulkley studio. D. L. Bulkley, sole 
owner, Manchester Center, Vt. 

893 
Manchester - in - the - Mountains, Vt 
M-l. © Oct. 29, 1928; 2 c. Oct. 30 '; 
J 299797. 

Burns (Charles L.) Cleveland. 894 
Columbus, O., State capitol as seen 
from the Neil house. © 1 c Feb 1 1 
1929; J 0—1173. 



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Bush (Michael Charles) Springfield, 

Mass. 895 

I, ego or soul. Stone found in 

Springfield, Mass. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 

1929; J (>— 1181, 

Buttonless tire cover co., Canton, O. 

896-907 
Buttonless tire cover design : 
Allan Beach park, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Fun for everyone, 11 ; K 2406. — Bronx 
park zoo, New York City, 12; K 2407. — 
Cedar Point. Oh boy! And how. 2; 
K 2397. — Chippewa Lake park. Wa- 
ter sports galore, 10; K 2405. — Frolics, 
dine & dance, 9; K 2404. — Hawaiian 
gardens. Where a smile follows the 
spoon, 3 ; K 2898. — Hot tootsies ! Rar- 
in' to go, 1 ; K 2396.— Iowa state fair, 
8; K 2403. — Meyers Lake park. 
Canton. O. Whirlwinds of fun, 7 ; 
K 2402— Moonlight ballroom. Dance 
& frolic, 6; K 2401.— River view 
park. Thrills aplenty, 4; K 2399. — 
W h o o p e e ! Lots-a-fun at Rock 
Creek park, 5; K 2400. © Dec. 4, 
1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 17. 1929. 

Byers (Oren G.) Tulsa. Old. 908 

[Coliseum apartments. Blueprint] 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1929 ; I 454. 

Calder (John Baizley) Baltimore. 909 
Natural Bridge. Va. © Dec. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1929; J 299858. 

California spray-chemical co., Watson- 
ville, Calif. 910 

Spray compatibility chart. © Jan. 
15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11; I 319. 
Calotabs co., inc., Atlanta. 911 

Texas roses and wild flowers. © 
Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c Jan. 16; K 2267. 

Campbell prints, inc., New York. 

912-918 
[Answer of the Cossacks to the Sul- 
tan] © Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1929; K 1927. 

[Silhouette] : 

Franklin (Benjamin) 6549; K 
3012.— Jefferson (Martha) 6550; K 
3014.— Jefferson (Thomas) 6551; K 
3015.— Madison (Dolly P.) 6552; K 
3013.— Washington (George) 6548; K 
3016.— Washington (Martha) 6547; K 
3017. © Feb. 13, 1929; 2 c. each 
Feb. 15. 

Capen (Charles Herbert) jr., East 
Orange, N. J. 919 

Wildwood, N. J., city of, plans for 
sewage treatment plant. 15 sheets, 
blueprints. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1929; 
I 419. 



Carlu & Boyle New York. 920 

[Theatre and building at the south- 
west corner of 47th st. and Broadway, 
New York city, plans. 8 sheets] © 
Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; 
I 139. 

Carr (David M.) Brooklyn; 921 

Electric Watt. [Fanciful character 

with body composed of electric streak] 

© Dec. 5, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 31; K 2408. 

Canfield & Shook, Louisville. 

922-1000 

Hydro electric plant at Louisville. 
© Aug. 22, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 15; J O— 
1209. 

St. Agnes church ; 

And monastery. — General view. — 
Nave of. © July 12, 1928; 2 c. each 
Feb. 4, 1929; J O— 1059, 1058, 1060. 

Starks bldg., Fourth and Walnut 
sts. © Aug. 11, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1929; J O— 1084. 

Start of steam-boat race in harbor 
at Louisville. © Sept. 5, 1928; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; J O— 1092. 

Steam-boat race at Louisville. © 
Sept. 5, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; J O— 
1093. 

7 photographs : 

Avery (B. F.) & sons. — Louisville 
hydro electric co. — Louisville (Uni- 
versity of. — Louisville water co. — 
Masonic widows and orphans home. — 
Producers wood preserving co. — • 
Standard sanitary mfg. co. © Aug. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 4, 1929 ; J O— 
1085-1091. 

14 photographs : 

Brown & Williamson cigarette fac- 
tory. — Kentucky female orphans 
school, Midway, Ky., campus scene.— 
Louisville (University of) adminis- 
tration bldg. — Ohio Falls hydro elec- 
tric plant from Pennsylvania r. r. 
bridge. — Ohio Falls hydro electric sta- 
tion. — Ohio Falls hydro electric sta- 
tion from K. & I. bridge. — Ohio River, 
Louisville, Ohio Falls hydro electric 
plant. — Ohio River, Louisville, U. S. 
dam, Indiana end. — Ohio River, Louis- 
ville, U. S. dam, Ohio Fails, hydro 
electric plant. — Ohio River, Louisville, 
U. S. dam from Pennsylvania r. r. 
bridge, looking downstream. — Ohio 
River at Louisville. A view below 
U. S. dam from Indiana side. — Speed 
(J. B.) memorial museum.— Starks 
Hall, Ky., female orphans school, Mid- 
way, Ky. — U. S. dam, a view at end 
of. © Sept. 15, 1928; 2 c. each Feb. 
4, 1929; J O— 1094-1107. 



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1024 



23 photographs : 

Bessire & co. — Broadway Baptist 
church. — Cobb (Irvin S.) Kentucky 
humorist. — Crescent Hill Methodist 
church. — Farmland, former Speed res- 
idence. — Farmland, Speed residence 
on Bardstown road.— Filter house, 
Louisville water co. — Highland junior 
high school. — Hydro electric station, 
generator room, interior. — Hydro elec- 
tric station, lower floor, showing shaft 
from wheel to generator. — Jefferson 
County, apple blossoms. — Jefferson 
County, apple orchard in bloom. — 
John Fitch memorial. — Junior high 
school, 22nd and Main sts. — Liberty 
insurance bank, Fourth ave. office. — 
Looking northeast from southwest 
corner Brook and Broadway, view. — 
Louisville, Ky., Cherokee park. — Mar- 
tin-Brown bldg., lobby of. — Masonic 
widows and orphans home, dining 
room. — Masonic widows and orphans 
home, hospital. — Mengel co., 12th and 
Dumesnil sts., plant. — Ohio Falls hy- 
dro electric station, generator floor, 
interior. — St. Philip Neri church. © 
July 12. 1928; 2 c. each Feb. 4, 1929; 
J O— 1061-1083. 

28 photographs ; 

Brooklyn bridge over Kentucky 
River. — Dam at Dix River. — Dam on 
Dix River from above. — Danville, 
Ky. — Danville, Ky., Centre college, 
at. — Dix River dam and power house. — 
Elkhorn River, a scene on the road to 
Peaks Mill. — Elkhorn River, Franklin 
County, a scene near mouth of river. — 
Elkhorn River, Peaks Mill, Ky. — 
Frankfort, Ky. — Frankfort, Ky., busi- 
ness section. — Frankfort, Ky., Feeble 
minded institute. — Frankfort, Ky., pen- 
itentiary. — Frankfort, Ky., State capi- 
tol bldg. — Frankfort on the Kentucky 
River. — Herrington Lake above Dix 
River dam. — Herrington Lake, air 
photo of. — Herrington Lake, scene 
on. — High Bridge, Ky. — Kentucky hy- 
dro electric, Dix River dam. — Ken- 
tucky River and State capitol bldg. — 
Kentucky River at Frankfort. — Ken- 
tucky River between Frankfort and 
Tyrone. — Lock and dam, Kentucky 
River below Brooklyn bridge. — Looking 
down toward Dix River dam, airplane 
view. — Road between Brooklyn bridge 
and Shakertown, Ky. — Straightening 
out road no. 61, near Shelbyville, Ky. — 
Tyrone, Ky. © Sept. 24, 1928: 2 c. 
each Feb. 4, 1929 ; J O— 1108-1135. 

Cavalero (George) Union City, N. J. 

1001-1013 



2 prints ; 

Guardian angel. — Kingship of Christ. 
© Nov. 5, 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 31; 
K 2255, 2256. 

3 prints ; 

Holy child Jesus, etc. — It is to the 
Divine Heart, etc. — Learning Christ. 
© Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 23; 
K 3558-3560. 

3 prints : 

Souvenir of your graduation. — Spir- 
itual bouquet. — To mother. © Mar. 
13, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 30; K 3636- 
3638. 

5 prints : 

Good Shepherd. — In happiness and 
in sorrow, etc. — Jesus opens his whole 
heart to us, etc. — Lord, deign to speak 
within my heart, etc. — My best wishes, 
may you be happy, etc. © Nov. 5, 
1928 ; 2 c. each Dec. 31 ; K 2257-2261. 

Celluloid corp., New York. 1014 

Now — here is something really new ! 
Lumarith. (In Lamps, Mar.. 1929) © 
Mar. 11, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 18 ; K 3491. 

Cement-gun co., inc., Allentown, Pa. 

1015 
Gunite risers & treads for steel 
stadium University of Maryland, Col- 
lege Park, Md., design. Sheet 1. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; I 374. 

Central banknote co., Chicago. 1016 

[Spirit of electricity] © Jan. 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3294. 
Central trust co., Cincinnati. 

1017-1019 

Famous last words. Cecil Rhodes. 
© Mar. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 3633. 

Ludwig Van Beethoven. © 

Mar. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 3632. 

Queen Elizabeth. © Mar. 18, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 3634. 
Chace (Lynwood Morrel) Swansea, 
Mass. 1020-1023 

Bad fit. © Jan. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
16; J 0—849. 

Brighteyes, the woodmouse goes 
house hunting. © Jan. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 23 ; J O— 909. 

Cat o'nine tail just the fit. © Jan. 
13, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; J O— 850. 

Meets with warm reception. © Jan. 
13, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; J 0—848. 

Chasin (Nathaniel) Los Angeles. 1024 
Herzl (Dr. Theodore), his biography. 

dmsi ♦-":? (?snn -nv,a\n „-yi 

© Dec. 19, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 27 ; K 2482. 



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Cherry (H. W.) Great Falls, Mont. 

1025 
Wise old owl up in a tree said buy a 
bond just like me. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1929; J O— 1206. 

Chicago aerial survey co., Chicago. 

1026 
Gas holder at 73rd., 6981. © Jan. 

21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; J 0—1149. 

Chicago herald and examiner, Chicago. 

1027-1031 

Big time vaudeville! © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; K 1889. 

Good sound fatherly advice ! © Jan. 
2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 4; K 1888. 

Last 1928 non-stop hop. © Dec. 31, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1929; K 1890. 

Power in the power trust. © Dec. 
28, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 31 ; K 1887. 

Too much static. © Dec. 27, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 31 ; K 1886. 

Chicago motor club, Chicago. 

1032-1034 

For a happy Christmas make De- 
cern a no accident month, 29. © Dec. 
1, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 5, 1929 ; K 3264. 

I promise to be careful on the streets 
in 1929, 30. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
5 ; K 3265. 

What do you say to your mother 
when she asks you if you are careful 
every day, 31. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 5 ; K 3266, 

Chicago North Shore and Milwaukee 

r. r. co., Chicago. 1035 

New North Shore — Where homes 

are homes. [Mexican design. © Nov. 

26, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; K 2409. 

Chicago title & trust co., Chicago. 

1036 
Man has always sought to protect 
his propertv. 81 years. © Dec. 13, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; K 2382. 

Chicago tribune, Chicago. 1037-2016 
All's well. © Dec. 10, 1928; 1 c. 

Dec. 22 ; K ct 698. 

Ambush. © Dec. 13, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 

22; K ct 672. 

American ship in distress. © Jan. 

22, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1018. 
America's most important beauty 

show. © Dec. 3. 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; 
K ct 663. 

Among the folks in history, 1928. 
© Weekly: 



Dec. 2-30; 1 c. each Dec. 22-Jan. 3, 
1929; K ct 751-755.— Jan. 6-27; 1 c. 
each Jan. 12-31; K ct 1305-1308.— 
Feb. 3-24 ; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 1 ; K 
ct 1608-1611. 

And a little child shall lead us. © 
Jan. 29, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1054. 

And if she succeeds that's only the 
beginnin. © Dec. 20, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929; K ct 708. 

And she's the shortest month of the 
year. © Feb. 13, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; 
K ct 1352. 

And so the Federal reserve board 
took steps. © Feb. 8, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
19; K ct 1347. 

And stay out. © Feb. 9, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Feb. 19; K ct 1366. 

And they say that a shadow means 
rough weather ahead. © Feb. 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1359. 

Announcement. © Feb. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1357. 

Another important question to be 
settled by popular decision. © Dec. 
16, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 704. 

Answer to Punch's cartoon of 
Brother Jonathan. © Jan. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1013. 

Artist's life. © Jan. 20, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31 ; K ct 1001. 

As Uncle Sam observes the senate 
debates. © Jan. 4, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 12; 
K ct 1006. 

At peace with the rest of the world, 
but the rest of the world is not at 
peace with us. © Jan. 6, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 12; K ct 1032. 

Better buy a cage before we uncrate 
the bird. © Dec. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; 
K ct 693. 

Big events. © Dec. 2, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 22 ; K ct 662. 

Big fight is beginning to get inter- 
esting. © Feb. 1, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; 
K ct 1358. 

Billed for a busy season. © Jan. 
10, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1036. 

Birth and death notice that always 
comes at midnight. © Jan. 1, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 1003. 

Blurred picture. © Feb. 23, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1380. 

Burglar that we thought was trying 
to break in our house a while bac]<: 
turned out to be Santa Claus. © Dec. 
15, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 703. 

Calling down your chimney. © Dec. 
2, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 690. 



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2016 



Can he replace the old habit with a 
new one? © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
21 ; K ct 1014. 

Cartoonist trying to think of a new 
idea for a Christmas cartoon. © Dec. 
21, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 680. 

Cartoons of the day. 1928-1929. © : 
Dec. 15; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 674.— 

Dec. 20; 1 c. Jan. 3; K ct 679.— Feb. 

5 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1344.— Feb. 9 ; 1 c. 

Feb. 19 ; K ct 1348. 

Caught in the web. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 1028. 

Change is very becoming. © Dec. 
19, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 707. 

Changing shifts on the old turning 
lathe. © Jan. i, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 12; 
K ct 1027. 

Changing world. © Dec. 19, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 678. 

Checking crime at its source. © 
Feb. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1343. 

Ching Chow. 1928-1929. © Daily 
except Sunday : 

Dec. 1-31; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 12; 
K ct 942-967.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1216-1242— Feb. 
1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8 ; K ct 
1530-1552. 

Christmas spirits. © Dec. 12, 1928 ; 
1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 700. 

Christmas vacation. © Dec. 23, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 659. 

Christmas worshipers. © Dec. 25, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 682. 

Complete theater goer. © Feb. 24, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1339. 

Dec. 17. 1903. © Deq. 17, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 22 ; K ct 676. 

Dirty story. © Jan. 24, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31; K ct 1020. 

Doctor gives us some parting advice. 
© Jan. 30, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 
1055. 

Doctor whose chief interest lies in 
keeping the patient from getting well. 
© Feb. 19, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 
1376. 

Doves are beginning to gather. © 
Feb. 24, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1381. 

Dream that came true. © Jan. 19, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1044. 

Electoral college had its post-season 
contest yesterday. © Feb. 14, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 19 ; K ct 1354. 

Ever changing styles. © Feb. 5, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1362. 



Every well informed person should 
familiarize himself with Prof. Ein- 
stein's theory. © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31 ; K ct 1021. 

Father Dearborn's good New Year's 
resolution. © Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
12 ; K ct 1004. 

Final instructions. © Dec. 24, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 712. 

Flu germ. © Jan. 27, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31; K ct 1002. 

Fooling congress. © Jan. 22, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1047. 

For the featherweight championship 
of the League. © Dec. 18, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 22 ; K ct 677. 

Gasoline alley. 1928-1929. ©Daily: 
Dec. 1-31; 1 c. each Dec. 4- Jan. 12; 
K ct 880-910.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1185-1215.— 
Feb. 1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8; 
K ct 1502-1529. 

Getting ready for Hoover. © Jan. 
3, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 1029. 

Getting ready for the big occasion. 
© Dec. 30, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K 
ct 718. 

Getting ready for the next tenant. 
© Dec. 29, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 : K 
ct 717. 

Going to change watchdogs? © Jan. 
9, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 1035. 

Going to find out exactly what's 
wrong before he prescribes any medi- 
cine. © Jan. 12, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 21; 
K ct 1038. 

Going to get his bearings. © Jan. 
17, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1042. 

Good fellow hears the call. © Dec. 
14, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 673. 

Grounds for divorce. © Jan. 6, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 999. 

Guiding spirits. © Dec. 18, 1928 ; 1 
c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 706. 

Gumps. 1929. © Daily: 

Dec. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 911-941.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1243-1273.— Feb. 
1-15, 17-28 ; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8 ; 
K ct 1553-1579. 

Hardy commuters. © Feb. 3, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1336. 

Harold Teen. 1928-1929. © Daily : 

Dec. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 818-848.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1119-1149.— Feb. 
1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8 ; K ct 
1442-1469. 



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pt. iv, n, s., v. 24 



Chicago tribune — Continued. 

He has his sea legs for the longer 
cruise. © Jan. 7, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 12; 
K ct 1009. 

He has to pay for staying on when 
he'd give almost anything to get off. 
© Dec. 7, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 695. 

He isn't growling — he's groaning. 
© Feb. 13, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 
1370. 

He'll find out tomorrow. © Feb. 25, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1382. 

He makes his own laws. © Feb. 15, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; K ct 1372. 

He wants Uncle to pose for it. © 
Jan. 27, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1052. 

Helpin' Uncle Herbert. © Jan. 8, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 1034. 

His first caller. © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 4 ; K ct 661. 

His last picture shows a smiling U. S. 
© Dec. 5, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 665. 

His starving family. © Jan. 7, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; K ct 1033. 

Home for the holidays. © Dec. 22, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 681. 

Hope headquarters for next few 
weeks. © Dec. 4, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22; 
K ct 664. 

How about the good faith of Europe? 
© Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 
1043. 

How Christmas affects father. © 
Dec. 23, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 
711. 

How the Kellogg treaty would bind 
us. © Dec. 11, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22; 
K ct 699. 

How to keep from growing old, 1928, 
1929. © Weekly: 

Dec. 14, 21; 1 c. each Dec. 22, Jan. 
3, 1929; K ct 756, 757.— Jan. 4, 11, 
25; 1 c. each Jan. 12- Jan. 31 ; K ct 
1309-1311.— Feb. 1, 8, 22; 1 c. each 
Feb. 9-Mar. 1 ; K ct 1612-1614. 

How to promote honesty in public 
office. © Jan. 28, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 31; 
K ct 1053. 

Hunter home from the hills. © Dec. 
12, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 671. 

Hypnotized. © Jan. 24, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 31 ; K ct 1049. 

If the late king of Lydia could see 
what we consider economy. © Dec. 
6, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 666. 

Inquiring reporter. © Dec. 29, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 686. 

Same. © Jan. 3, 1929 ; 1 c. 

Jan. 12; K ct 1005. 



Inspiration for the discouraged. © 
Feb. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; K ct 1349. 

Interesting study in phrenology. © 
Jan. 20, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 31; K ct 1016. 

It is predicted that science will 
eventually be able to control the 
weather. © Feb. 10, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 
19; K ct 1367. 

It is reported that President Cool- 
idge is writing a book. © Jan. 31, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9; K ct 1026. 

It looks as though this winter had 
been subsidized by the southern re- 
sorts. © Feb. 1, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; 
K ct 1340. 

It will carry up the entire list. © 
Feb. 6, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1345. 

J. Raglan Patchmore comes to town. 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 
1355. 

Jury of award. © Jan. 19, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1015. 

Just a sample of American generos- 
ity. © Dec. 26, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1929; K ct 714. 

Kids. 1928-1929. © Weekly: 

Dec. 2-30 ; 1 c. each Dec. 22- Jan. 3 ; 
K ct 771-775.— Jan. 6-27; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-31; K ct 1181-1184.— Feb. 3- 
24; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 1; K ct 
1498-1501. 

Lady job hunter. © Feb. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1338. 

Lawless people. © Jan. 21, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1046. 

Layin' for him. © Feb. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1374. 

Life among the ads. © Dec. 9, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 657. 

Little bov is still hopeful. © Dec. 
28, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 716. 

Little Orphan Annie. 1928-1929. 
© Daily : 

Dec. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 849-879.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9 ; K dt 1150-1180 — 
Feb. 1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8; 
K ct 1470-1497. 

Losing confidence in his aim. © 
Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 12; K ct 1031. 

Loud speaker is going out of busi- 
ness. © Jan. 26, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 31; 
K ct 1051. 

Making it doubly difficult. © Dec. 
9, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 697. 

Mammy song. © Feb. 10, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 19 ; K ct 1337. 

Man of the hour. © Dec. 25, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 713. 



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no. 1, 1929 



2016 



Man who slew the Philistines is 
finally captured. © Jan. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 12; K ct 1030. 

Master hand sketches the situation. 
© Feb. 18, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 
1375. 

Mr. Hoover now has a little privacy 
in which to reflect on his cabinet. © 
Jan. 26, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1022. 

Modern efficiency. © Feb. 4, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1361. 

Moon Mullins. 1928-1929. © Daily : 

Dec. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Dec. 4- Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 968-998.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1274-1304.— Feb. 
1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8 ; K ct 
1580-1607. 

More glittering heights ahead. © 
Dec. 30, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 
637. 

Neighbors. © Dec. 30, 1928; 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 660. 

Old man's darling. © Jan. 13, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1000. 

One hundred and twenty years ago. 
© Feb. 12, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 
1351. 

Our national text book. © Feb. 22, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1379. 

Our secret ambition, 1928-1929. © 
Weekly : 

Dec. 3-31; 1 c. each Dec. 22-Jan. 
12, 1929; K ct 758-762.— Jan. 7-28; 
1 c. each Jan. 12-31; K ct 1312- 
1315— Feb. 4-25; 1 c. each Feb. 9- 
Mar. 1 ; K ct 1615-1618. 

Pacemaker. © Feb. 7, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 19; K ct 1346. 

Perhaps eventually, but not yet. © 
Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 12; K ct 1007. 

Playing a double role. © Dec. 3, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 691. 

Poets are solidly against calling the 
new month Sol. © Jan. 12, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 21 ; K ct 1010. 

Poor marksmanship. © Jan. 20, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1045. 

Poor time to start a fight. © Dec. 
11, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 670. 

Prophets, past and present. © Dec. 
7, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 667. 

Public grafters. © Jan. 21, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1017. 

Putting up another scarecrow. © 
Jan. 11, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1037. 

Record. © Jan. 23, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
31 ; K ct 1048. 

Reporting early. © Dec. 27, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 715. 



Robe de nuit. © Dec. 16, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Dec. 22 ; K ct 658. 

Santy hasn't given very good serv- 
ice up to date. © Dec. 8, 1928; 1 c. 
Dec. 22; K ct 668. 

Service. © Jan. 15, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
21; K ct 1011. 

Seven league boots. © Jan. 13, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1039. 

Sharpening the sword. © Jan. 14, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1040. 

Simon Legree and his pack. © Feb. 
21, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1378. 

Sir Austen Chamberlain gives the 
cruiser bill a boost. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1024. 

Sketches of the news. © Dec. 6, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 694. 

Same. © Dec. 21, 1928; 1 c. 

Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 709. 

Smitty. 1928-1929. © Daily: 

Dec. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 720-750.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9 ; K ct 1057-1087.— Feb. 
1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8 ; K ct 
1386-1413. 

Society notes. © Feb. 3, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 9; K ct 1342. 

Some badly needed new year's reso- 
lutions. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1929; K ct 719. 

Some Christmas jokes. © Dec. 26, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 683. 

Something is always coming up to 
delay the execution. © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 
1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 705. 

Something ought to be done about 
this, 1928. © Weekly : 

Dec. 1-29; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 3, 
1929; K ct 763-767.— Jan. 5-26; 1 c. 
each Jan. 12-31; K ct 1321-1324.— 
Feb. 2-23; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 1; 
K ct 1619-1622. 

Something soft to fall back upon. © 
Dec. 8, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 696. 

Spirit of Chicago. © Feb. 20, 1929 ; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1377. 

Static 1928-1929. © Weekly: 

Dec. 6-20; 1 c. each Dec. 22-Jan. 3, 
1929; K ct 768-770.— Dec. 27; 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 776.— Jan. 3- 
31; 1 c. each Jan. 12-Feb. 9 ; K ct 
1325-1329.— Feb. 7-28; 1 c. each Feb. 
19-Mar. 8; K ct 1623-1626. 

Strain on the family tie. 1928-1929. 
© Weekly: 

Dec. 4-25 ; 1 c. each Dec. 22-Jan. 3 ; 
K ct 777-780.— Jan. 1-29; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1316-1320.— Feb. 
5-26; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 1; K ct 
1627-1630. 



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Chicago tribune — Continued. 

Strange how much sap it takes to 
produce so little sirup. © Feb. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 8 ; K ct 1385. 

Strong man with the tenor voice. 
© Feb. 7, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 
1364. 

Suggestion for making Florida 
beaches more convenient for the tired 
business man and his lady friends. © 
Jan. 27, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K ct 1023. 

Taking it out on Michigan. © Dec. 
14, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 702. 

Taming the wildcat. © Feb. 16, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 1373. 

They got along fine until her folks 
came to live with them. © Feb. 27, 
1929; 1 c. Mar. 8; K ct 1384. 

Thin ice. © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
3, 1929: K ct 710. 

Through the upper house, down into 
lower house, but wait till they try to 
get out the front door. © Jan. 31, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1056. 

Through train. © Feb. 26, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 1 ; K ct 1383. 

Thugs or government agents? © 
Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 4; K ct 689. 

Ticklish situation in which only 
about ten are going to be tickled. © 
Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K ct 
684. 

Too hard to shave. © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 
1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1363. 

Two letters that got mixed. © Dec. 
16, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 675. 

Two points of view. © Dec. 9, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 669. 

Two points we mustn't overlook. © 
Feb. 11, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 19 ; K ct 1368. 

Uncle Samson and Delilah. © Dec. 
31, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1929; K ct 688. 

Unraveling it as fast as she knits it. 
© Dec. 4, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 692. 

Valentine from a bond salesman. © 
Feb. 14, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 1353. 

Watering the elephant. © Feb. 8, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 1365. 

Way of the world. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; K ct 685. 

We're all pacifists up to a certain 
point. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; 
K ct 1019. 

We talked about some of the funny 
things that happened during the cam- 
paign. © Jan. 30, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; 
K ct 1025. 

What job will Cal take after March 
fourth? © Feb. 16, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; 
K ct 1356. 



What the life of Lincoln teaches us. 
© Feb. 12, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 
1369. 

When words fail yuh. 1928-1929. 
© Weekly : 

Dec. 7, 28 ; 1 c. each Dec. 22, Jan. 3 ; 
K ct 781, 782.— Jan. 18 ; 1 c. Jan. 21 ; 
K ct 1330.— Feb. 15; 1 c. Feb. 19; K 
ct 1631. 

When you hear no talk of Shylock. 
© Feb. 11, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; K ct 
1350. 

When you're playing for blue chips, 
a good hand makes you feel comfort- 
able, even in a friendly game. © Feb. 
2, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 9; K ct 1341. 

Which is the prudent course for him 
to take. © Jan. 6, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 1008. 

Will future generations be looking at 
this art exhibit. © Jan. 16, 1929; 
1 c. Jan. 21 ; K ct 1012. 

Winged. © Feb. 14, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
19 ; K ct 1371. 

Winnie Winkle, the breadwinner. © 
1928-1929. Daily : 

Dec. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Dec. 4-Jan. 12 ; 
K ct 787-817.— Jan. 1-31; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1088-1118.— Feb. 
1-28; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8 ; K ct 
1414-1441. 

Wonder what will become of the 
White House pet. © Dec. 13, 1928; 
1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 701. 

Worse than the criminal. © Jan. 
25, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 31; K ct 1050. 

Wotta life ! Wotta life ! 1928^1929. 
© Weekly : 

Dec. 5-26 ; 1 c. each Dec. 22- Jan. 3 ; 
K ct 783-786.— Jan. 2-30; 1 c. each 
Jan. 12-Feb. 9; K ct 1331-1335.— Feb. 
6-27; 1 c. each Feb. 9-Mar. 8; K ct 
1632-1635. 

Wouldn't it be simpler to report 
what isn't wrong with it? © Feb. 3, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; K ct 1360. 

Ye olde time debutante. © Dec. 2, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 22 ; K ct 656. 

You simply can't account for a 
parent's love. © Jan. 16, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 21; K ct 1041. 

Christian board of publication, St. 
Louis. 2017-2022 

Autumn. © Sept. 4, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
31; K 1791. 

Winter play. © Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 31 ; K 1792. 



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4 prints : 

Blind Bartimaeus ; by R. Payton 
Reid. — Child's friend ; by Schade. — 
David ; by R. Payton Reid. — Happy 
family; by Walter. © Jan. 5, 1929; 
2 c. each Jan. 10 ; K 1918-1921. 

Church budget envelope co., Salem, O. 

2023-2031 

New Year's day. Feast of the cir- 
cumcision. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
19 ; K 2369. 

8 prints : 

Christmas offering. [Circular de- 
sign of nativity] — Easter offering. 
[Angel above empty tomb ; 3 women 
at left]— Feast of All Saints. [Priest 
elevating chalice during mass] — Feast 
of Ascension. [Ascension of Christ] — 
Feast of the Assumption. [Female fig- 
ure surrounded by cherubs] — Feast of 
the Immaculate Conception. [Central 
figure of Mary ; clouds in back- 
ground] — Offering for the Holy Father. 
[St. Peters at Rome] — Thanksgiving 
offering. [Pilgrims ; church in dis- 
tance] © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
14; K 1949-1956. 

Close (R. H.) Phoenix, Ariz. 2032 

Brophy college. © Dec. 1, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 9, 1929; J O— 801. 

Cohn-Hall-Marx co., New York. 2033 
Modernart drapery. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929 ; J 0—935. 

Cole (Marguerite Kirmse) New York. 

2034-2039 

6 prints : 

[Age of innocence] ; K 3625. — [Caro- 
lina days] ; K 3626.— Judgment of 
Paris] ; K 3627.— [Milky way] ; K 
3628.— [Scat] : K 3629.— [Up for in- 
spection] ; K 3624. © Mar. 25, 1929; 
2 c. each Mar. 29. 

Colonial iron works co., Cleveland. 

2040 
Dust tight take up for elevator. 
Blueprint. © Feb. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
6; I 326. 

Colson (Usher Rae) Paris, 111. 

2041-2070 

Twins. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. Nov. 
12 ; K 1834. 

14 prints : 

Admiration, 0111 ; K 3479.— Blowing 
bubbles, 0112; K 3472.— Childhood's 
charm, 0119; K 3478. — Fair as a rose, 
0107 ; K 3480.— Gloria, 0117 ; K 3485 — - 
Grand Canyon, 0155; K 3476.— Miss 
Lindy, 0109 ; K 3474. — Morning sun- 
shine, 0113 ; K 3483. — Neptune's sweet- 



heart. 0115; K 3475.— Old fashioned 
garden, 0102; K 3481.— Ring-necked 
pheasant, 0108: K 3482.— Sonny boy, 
0118 ; K 3484.— Spirit of the Nile, 0114 ; 
K 3473.— Summit lake, 0158; K 3477. 
© Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 18. 

15 prints : 

[All's well] — [American beauties] — ■ 
[Atlantic — a barrier ] — [ Challenge] — 
[Companions] — [Gentlemen prefer 
blondes] — [House by the side of the 
road] — [Out of luck] — [Passing the 
buck] — [Ramona] — [Ready for ac- 
tion] — [Returning flock] — [What's 
happened] — [Where beauty reigns su- 
preme]— [Whoa] © Dec. 15, 1928; 
2 c. each Jan. 25, 1929; K 2712-2726. 

Committee on public relations of the 
eastern railroads, New York. 

2071 
Where freight rates and passenger 
fares go. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
6, 1929; K 2751. 

Connecticut credit & collection co., 
Hartford. 2072 

Bad bill collector. © Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 1 ; K 2931. 

Connersville blower co., Connersville, 
Ind. 2073 

Connersville pressure volume-tem- 
perature-time recording gauge chart, 
0819. © Mar. 7, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
I 377. 

Consolidated agencies, inc., New York. 

2074, 2075 

Help ! Help ! Help ! [Telephone and 
lettering] © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
24 ; K 2558. 

One of your greatest assets, time. 
© Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; K 2559. 

Conterio (James Amedeo) Chicago. 

2076-2081 

6 photographs : 

Best craft for joy in the water ; 
J 299893. — Conterio (James A.) pro- 
pelling mechanism ; J 299897. — Go fish- 
ing on a water plane; J 299896. — 
Pleasure for life guards; J 299894.— 
Relief to country folks in snow sea- 
son ; J 299898.— Use the air glider for 
your health; J 299895. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 2 c. each Feb. 23. 



Continental nut co., Seattle. 



2082 



Member Buddy squirrel club. [Em- 
blem] © Feb. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 27 ; 
K 3284. 



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Coombs (R. D.) & co., New York. 

2083 
Standard flood light tower, type 2, 
El. Blueprint. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1929; 
I 315. 

Coovert (John Calvin) Memphis, 

Tenn. 2084 

Wilson, Ark., cotton field, 1529. © 

Jan. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; J 0—864. 

Corriero (Salvatore) Rochester, N. Y. 



Wanderings of Ulysses. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1929; J O— 904. 

Craig (Virginia J.) Springfield, Mo. 

2086-2088 
Springfield, Mo., high school: 
Conversation class . — Journalism 

class. — Oral composition class. © 

Mar. 30. 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 1 ; J O— 

1466-1468. 

Crandall (Harrison R.) Jackson, Wy. 

2089-2108 

Jackson Hole: 

Dude ranch, 1011. — Making for the 
hills, 1005. — Preparing for a hungry 
bunch, 1007. © Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. 
each Jan. 4, 1929; J 0—734-736. 

Grand Teton from Dead Man's Bar, 
714. — Moran (Mt.) reflection, 715. — 
Pungent pines along the Buffalo, 
722. — Scenic road to Mt. Moran, 719. 
© Nov. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 1929 ; 
J 0—729-732. 

Rugged Teton Peaks and river 
swamps, 721. © Nov. 1, 1^28; 2 c. 
Jan. 4, 1929; J 0—733. 

Summer home in Tetons, 712. © 
Aug. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; J O— 
728. 

Teton Range and Jackson Lake, 723. 
© June 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; 
J 0—727. 

10 photographs: 

Grand Teton, 1028.— Jackson Hole 
dude ranch, 1011. — Jenny Lake and a 
glimpse of the Tetons, 1019. — Moran 
(Mt.) reflects, handiwork, 1033.— 
Nature's rugged handiwork, 1024. — 
Rest from the dusty trails, Jackson 
Hole, 1012. — Snake River, sweep of 
the, Tetons in background, 1022. — 
Tetons from the old minor's [ ! ] ferry 
crossing, 1014. — Teton Range from the 
shores of Jackson Lake, 1017. — Trap- 
per's cabin, Jackson Hole, 1026. © 
Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 4; J O— 
1138-1147. 



Crawford (A. Maybelle) Glen view, 111. 

2109 
Two chow chow puppies. © Aug. 

1, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; K 2829. 
Cress (John D.) Seattle. 2110 

Douglas fir tree mounted on plywood. 
© Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; J O— 
946. 
Crook advertising agency, Dallas. 

2111-2116 

Journal's weekly page of Comik-ads, 
1-6. © Feb. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 13 ; 
K 3360-3365. 

Cryderman (Maude Jennings) Peru, 
Ind. 2117 

[Lincoln cupboard group] © Dec. 
22, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; K 2750. 

Cuntz (Herman Francis) New York. 

2118 

Airport visibility chart. © 1 c. Jan. 

2, 1929; I 42. 

Curtis (Albert Robert) Milwaukee. 

2119 

Thought rambles. [Open book on a 
letterhead] © Jan. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; K 3091, 
Curtis (Edward S.) Los Angeles. 

2120-2230 

Vol. XX : 

Aiyak, Cape Prince of Wales, 89. — ■ 
Arriving home, Noatak, 28. — At Nash 
Harbor, Nunivak, 39. — At Noatak vil- 
lage, 101.— At Selvik, 106.— Baninaguh, 
Nunivak, 40. — Bark dishes, Kobuk, 3. — 
Baskets, Nunivak, 61. — Beluga, Kotze- 
bue, 93. — Berry pickers, Kotzebue, 
92.— Bow drill, King Island, 77.— Boys 
in kaiak, Nunivak, 3. — Cape Prince of 
Wales man, 21. — Ceremonial mask, 
Uunivak, 63. — Chahali, Nunivak, 47. — ■ 
Cutting up a beluga, Kotzebue, 94. — 
Dahchilitok, Nunivak, 50. — Diomede 
boat crew, Asiatic shore in distance, 
18.— Diomede girl, 84. — Dishes, Nuni- 
vak, 60. — Drilling ivory, King Island, 
76. — Drummer, Nunivak, 5. — Drying 
walrus hide, Diomede, 82. — Drying 
whale meat, Hooper Bay, 68. — Duck 
skin parkas, Nunivak, 46. — Family 
group. Noatak, 30. — Fish drying racks, 
Nunivak, 59. — Foggy day, Kotzebue, 
24. — Food caches, Hooper Bay, 69. — 
Food containers, pokes, Kotzebue, 95. — 
Girl's costume, Nunivak, 44. — Grave 
post, Hooper Bay, 70. — Herring racks, 
Nunivak, 58. — Holiday costume, Nuni- 
vak, 45. — Home structure, Cape Prince 
of Wales, 86. — Home structure, Dio- 
mede, 79. — Hooper Bay homes, 65. — 
Hooper Bay man, 66. — Hooper Bay vil- 
lage, 12. — Hooper Bay youth, 2. — 



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House tops, King Island, 74. — Ivory 
carver, Nunivak, 62. — Jackson, inter- 
preter, at Kotzebue, 26. — Jukiik, Nuni- 
vak, 42, 51.— Jajuk, Selvik, 33.— Kaiak 
frame, Nunivak, 52. — Kaiak on rack, 
Nunivak, 53. — Kaiak with seal hunt- 
ing equipment, Nunivak, 55. — Keno- 
wun, Nunivak, 4, 49. — King Island, 
71. — King Island homes, 15. — King Is- 
land village, 14. — King Island village 
from the sea, 13. — Kinsuk, Selvik, 
107. — Koaninok, Cape Prince of Wales, 
90. — Kobuk costume, 35. — Kotzebue 
man, 23. — Launching the whale boat, 
Cape Prince of Wales, 20. — Launching 
the boat, Diomede Island, 17. — Line 
stretching posts, Nunivak, 57. — Look- 
ing to sea, King Island, 72. — Maskette, 
Nunivak, 64. — Mihkoyak, a Nunivak 
village, 38. — Mihkoyak, men's house at 
winter camp, Nunivak, 37. — Muskrat 
hunter, Kotzebue, 27. — Noatak child, 
104.— Noatak home, 100. — Noatak kai- 
aks, 31. — Noatak man, 103. — Noatak 
village, 99, — Nuktaya, King Island, 
75. — Nungoktdk, Noatak, 32. — Nunivak 
children, 1. — Nunivak hunter, 48. — 
Nunivak youth, 41. — Oksiwik. Cape 
Prince of Wales, 91.— Ola, Noatak, 
29. — Old stone house, Diomede Island, 
19.— On Kotzebue Sound. 36.— On the 
cliff edge. King Island, 73.— On the 
Selvik River, 105. — Qunanmru, King 
Island, 16. — Ready for sealing, Nuni- 
vak, 8. — Ready for the throw, Nunivak, 
54. — Reindeer, Nunivak, 2. — Seal hunt- 
er, Noatak, 102.— Selvik girl, 110.— 
Selvik women, 108. — Selvik woman, 
109.— Siluk, Diomede, 83.— Sled. Nuni- 
vak, 56. — Start of whale hunt, Cape 
Prince of Wales, 87. — Starting up the 
Noatak River, Kotzebue, 25. ©■ Sept. 
4, 1928; 2 c. each Feb. 28, 1929; J 
299905-299999. 

16 photographs ; 

Tahopik, Diomede, vol. XX-85. — Ugi- 
yaku. Nunivak, vol. XX- (6, 10)— Uko- 
wuhhuh, Hooper Bay, vol. XX-67. — 
Umiak and crew, Cape Prince of 
Wales, vol. XX-88.— Umiak frame, 
Kotzebue, vol. XX-96.— Umiak, Kotze- 
bue, vol. XX- (97, 98)— Underground 
house tops with whale rib drying 
rack, Diomede, vol. XX-80. — Uyowut- 
cha, Nunivak, vol. XX-9. — Village at 
Little Diomede, vol. XX-78. — Walrus 
boats, Big Diomede in distance, XX- 
81. — Waterproof parkas, Nunivak, vol. 
XX-43. — Whaling crew, Cape Prince 
of Wales, vol. XX-22— Woman and 
child. Nunivak, vol. XX-7. — Wood 
(Charlie) Kobuk, vol. XX-34. © Sept. 
4, 1928; 2 c. .each Feb. 28, 1929; J 
1-16. 



Cutler-Hammer mfg. co., Milwaukee. 

2231 
Thomas meter chart, 1899-141. © 
Jan. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; I 406. 

Dallin (Cyrus E.) Arlington Heights, 

Mass. 2232 

Appeal to the Great Spirit. © on or 

about Jan. 1, 1*13 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1929 ; 

J 21. 

Daniel (D. Earl) Dayton, O. 2233 

Finger prints on the cross. © Feb. 
23, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 5; K 3272. 

Daniel-Brunet (Alfred) Paris. 

2234, 2235 

Reveil. © Jan. 15, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
30: K 2933. 

Victoire; par Abel Faivre. © Jan. 
15, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 30; K 2932. 

Danielson (Frances Weld) Danielson, 
Conn. 2236-2239 

Beginners' course, part 3 : 

Session 28, I pinwheels, II paper bag 
kites. Session 37 lollypop doll ; K 
3231. — Session 29, decorated flower 
pot. Spring poster of birds and flow- 
ers ; K 3233.— Session 33, May basket. 
Paper doll for sick child; K 3232. — 
Session 35, party cap. Session 31, 
tags. Session 39, blackboard decora- 
tion ; K 3230. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
each Feb. 7. 
Davis (Robert H.) New York. 

2240-2247 

Adams (Samuel Hopkins) © Jan. 
17, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 18; J O— 870. 

Austin (Anne) author. © Mar. 13,. 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 14 ; J 0—1333. 

Bartlett (Capt. Robert) explorer. 
© Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 6; J O— 
1235. 

Glass (Montague) A, B. © Jan. 23, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 26 ; J 0—931, 932. 

Harbold (General James G.) presi- 
dent, Radio corporation of America. 
© Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 26; J O— 
1213. 

Harrison (William) publisher. © 
Mar. 13, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 14; J O— 
1334. 

Lewis (Sinclair) © Feb. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 6 ; J 0—1153. 

Davis & Geek, inc., Brooklvn. 

2248-2250 

Albucasis (circa 912 A. D.) was 
physician to El Hakim III, etc. © 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; K 3395. 

Celsus (circa 25 B. C.-40 A. D.) 
etc. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; K 
27G6. 



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2251 



pt. iv, n. s,; v. 24 



Davis & Geek, inc. — Continued. 

Denver, Col., St. Luke's hospital. 
© Jan. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; K 1928, 

Davton [O.] public schools, Dayton, 
O. 2251 

Liane. © Feb. 12. 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
21 ; K 3534. 

Dean (James Ernest) Toledo, O. 

2252 

From the Enchanted Mesa. © Mar. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; J 0—1248. 
De Fazi (Fulvio) Cleveland. 2253 

[Die casting pot (pump tipe) with 
oil cooling circulation in the piston] 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; I 299. 

DeGrothy (Cornel Bors) Chicago. 

2254 
Chicago 1933 world's fair. [Seal] 
© Dec. 10, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; K 
1948. 

DeLancey (Darragh) Water bury. 
Conn. 2255 

Mourning figure with urn. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1928 ; J O— 710. 

De Lapp (William Coultas) Pasadena. 

2256 
I Non-pneumonic chicken house] 2 
sheets, blueprints. © Feb. 21, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 11 ; I 415. 

DeLaval separator co., New York. 

2257 
[Silent, 1448-29] by R. Farrington 
Elwell. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1929; K 1805. 

DeMartin (Lawrence) Syracuse, N. Y. 

2258 

[Building structure drawings] 

Front elevation, main floor plan [and] 

second floor plan. 3 sheets, blueprints. 

© Jan. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; I 231. 

Detmer, Bruner & Mason, inc., New 
York. 2259-2269 

Clothes custom-made-to-measure : 
Always in good style, perfect in fit. 
Now showing Mason & Hanson exclu- 
sive woolens. The best woven. T- 
707. — Better value because hand made 
Detmer woolens wear and tailor best. 
T-701. — Correct dress of the modern 
gentleman. It's in the hand tailoring. 
Genuine S & W woolens. T-708, T- 
709. — Give you that distinctive ap- 
pearance. It's in the hand tailoring. 
Genuine S & W woolens. T-710, T- 
711. — Keep you looking your best. 
Detmer woolens wear and tailor best. 
T-700. — Quality and value ever fore- 



most. Now showing Mason & Hanson 
exclusive woolens, The best woven. 
T-706. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
3, 1929; K 1836-1841. 

Join the well dressed circle. Clothes 
custom-tailor-made : 

Fit well, wear well. We show the 
genuine Bruner woolens. T-705. — 
Keep you well dressed. We show the 
genuine Bruner Woolens. T-704. © 
Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 1929 ; 
K 1843, 1844. 

3 prints : 

Bruner woolens guaranteed 100% 
pure wool. We show Scotwick nov- 
elty suitings. T-703. — Detmer Del- 
chester Gabardine suitings. T-702. — 
Now showing Mason & Hanson Pick- 
wick twist novelty. Latest novelty 
suitings. © Dec. 20, 1928; 2 c. each 
Jan. 3, 1929 ; K 1835, 1842, 1845. 

Detroit convention and tourist bureau, 
Detroit. 2270 

Detroit, Mich., river front. © Feb. 
25, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; J 0—1223. 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit. 2271-2276 

Christ and the fishermen, 80419; by 
Zimmerman. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 10; J 0—834. 

Christ, head of, 80423 ; by Hofmann. 
© Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 10 ; J O— 
833. 

Hatha way's (Ann) cottage, Strat- 
ford-on-Avon, England, 073566. © 
Jan. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; J 0—851. 

Old spinner woman, 028102 ; by 
Maes. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; 
J 0—737. 

Ruth and Naomi, 028106; by Cal- 
deron. © Feb. 28, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 5; 
J 0—1225. 

Ruth gleaning, 028107; by Bruck- 
Lajos. © Feb. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; 
J 0—1224. 

DeVarona (Edwin I.) corp., New 

York. 2277 

Uncle Sam saves — why can't you? 

[New currency blotter] © Dec. 18, 

1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 1960. 

Dial (Frank) Duncan, Okl. 2278 

[Sketches. Scientific innovations 
with technical engineering. 28 sheets] 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 17. 

Dilkes (Howard B.) Chicago. 

2279-2282 

4 prints : 

Fanciulla ; K 1043. — Lagoon ; K 
1041.— Salome ; K 1044.— Storm ; K 
1042. © Nov. 1, 1927; 2 c. each Nov. 
26, 1928. 



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110. 1, 1929 



2342 



Disbrow (Francis Nott) New York. 

2283 
Dissalcom chart of market position 
and direction. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1929; 
I 86. 

Disselkoen (William) Harrison,. S. D. 

2284 

Yellowstone park beauties. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; J 299868. 

Donaldson litho. co., inc., Newport, 
Ky. 2285-2306 

7 prints : 

Are you using all this bank's serv- 
ice? [18 sheet poster, 6301] ; K 
3316. — [Furniture. 12 sheet poster, 
6314] ; K 3318.— Perfectly delicious. 
[14 sheet poster, 6265] ; K 3321.— 
Prompt service on spring clothes. [15 
sheet poster, 6338] ; K 3310.— Re- 
model ! Make your old home look 
new. [18 sheet poster, 6326] ; K 
3314. — Take some home. [14 sheet 
poster, 6289] ; K 3315.— With every 
meal! [16% sheet poster, 6277]; K 
3309. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Mar. 9. 

7 prints : 

Dry cleaning preserves like new. 
[15 sheet poster, 6337] ; K 3308.— 
Furniture. [12 sheet poster, 6313] ; 
K 3319. — Good— nourishing too. [14 
sheet poster, 6288] ; K 3312.— Inde- 
pendence — a home of your own. [18 
sheet poster, 6325] ; K 3313.— Makes 
a better meal. [14 sheet poster, 6264] ; 
K 3317.— Vitality. [16V 2 sheet poster, 
6276] ; K 3311.— What secures your 
investments? [18 sheet poster, 6300] ; 
K 3320. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Mar. 9. 

8 prints : 

Beauty and pep. [16% sheet poster, 
6275] ; K 2703.— Diamonds. Cash or 
credit. Watches. [24 sheet poster, 
6311] ; K 2708.— Dry cleaned clothes 
are sanitary. [15 sheet poster, 6336] ; 
K 2706. — [Furniture. 12 sheet poster, 
6312] ; K 2702.— Let's make this our 
biggest year. [18 sheet poster, 6299] : 
K 2707.— Such delicious toast. [14 
sheet poster, 6263] ; K 2709.— Sure to 
please — any season. [14 sheet poster, 
6287] ; K 2704. — Your home a perma- 
nent investment. [18 sheet poster, 
6324; K 2705. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each Jan. 30. 

Doodle laboratories at Duluth, Du- 

luth, Minn. 2307 

Doctor Duckv Doodles sick a bed 

pellets. © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 

14; K 3436. 



Dooner (Richard T.) Philadelphia. 

2308, 2309 

Lloyd (Horatio Gates) sr. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; J O— 1027. 

Simon (Edward P.) © Jan. 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; J 0—925. 

Douglas and Ziegler, Miami, Fla. 

2310 

Four world's heavyweight cham- 
pions. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 9; 
K 3293. 

Dow (Louis F.) co., St. Paul. 

2311-2332 

Perry at Lake Erie. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 11 ; K 3324. 

21 prints : 

[Advance of democracy] — [Car- 
men]— [Chip off the old block]— [Gar- 
den of dreams] — [Good luck] — [Good- 
will ambassador] — [Helen of Troy] — 
[Land of sky-blue water] — [Lincoln 
(Abraham)]— -[Madalon] — [Moonlight 
on the Grand Canal] — [Nature's maj- 
esty] — [On the alert] — [Sonny boy] — 
[Springtime] — [Such a lil' feller] — 
[Treasure chest] — [Treasure fleet] — 
[Warm friends] — [When shadows 
fall]— [Winter sunset] © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 11 ; K 3323, 3325- 
3344. 

Dow, Jones & co., New York. . 

2333-2342 

Credit statistics from 1917 to date. 
© Feb. 26, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 2 ; I 317. 

Dow-Jones averages, 1897-1929. © 
Feb. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 25 ; I 302. 

Dow-Jones' stock averages and sales 
dailv 1928. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 
4 ; I 72. 

Dow-Jones' 40 bond average daily 
1928. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 4 ; I 71. 

France — franc. Yearly high and 
low percentage of par. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 5 ; I 75. 

Italy — lira, yearly high and low per- 
centage of par. © Jan. 2, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 5 ; I 77. 

January-February stock markets. 
© Feb. 7, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 9 ; I 250. 

New York stock exchange issues 
listed as of January 1st. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 5 ; I 76. 

New York stock exchange seats 
high and low, by years. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 4 ; I 74. 

Sterling cables. Yearlv high and 
low. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 1 c< Jan. 5 ; I 78. 



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234c 



pt. iv, n. p., v. 24 



DuBarry. (George Hay) Seattle. 2343 

S. O. S. auto road signals. © Feb. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; K 3124. 

DuBois (Philip R.) Los Angeles. 2344 
Paintings by Stanton MacDonald 
Wright. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; J O— 
1212. 

Dubow studio, inc., Chicago. 2345 

Emmerson (Mr.) Governor of Illi- 
nois state. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
7 ; J 30. 

Duncan (Howard Fifer) Champaign, 
111. 2346 

Illinois (University of) varsity foot- 
ball team. 1928. © Jan. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 21; J O— 900. 

Dutschler, Trull & Justin, New York. 

2347, 2348 

[Drawing for embroidery, style S. 
D. A. 2] © 1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; I 176. 

[Embroidery design, style S. D. A. 
1] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1929; I 43. 

Eddy (Ralph J.) Oregon City, Or. 

2349 
Hood (Mt.) Or., reflected in Lost 
Lake, 119. © Dec. 13, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 
18, 1929; J O 1343. 

Edwards (E. H.) co., San Francisco. 

2350 
Deflection chart. © Oct. 15, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 12 ; I 80. 

Ellinger (Julius B.) Seattle. 2351 

Modelow Seattle, preliminary plans. 

Blueprint. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1929 ; I 251. 

Elliott service co., New York. 

2352-2377 

After all, Mr. Public pays the bills. 
When he wants service, he wants it — 
and how ! S. S. 13. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; K 1849. 

But you can't laugh off accidents, 
SP 100. © Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; 
K 2849. 

Complete quality job all the way 
through means that every-one should 
fry hard to do his best, etc., PP 853. 
© Jan. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 ; K 1883. 

Don't tinker with electrical appa- 
ratus, SP 103. © Mar. 4 ,1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 28 ; K 3158. 

Even ashes and sawdust have sal- 
vage value in the process which con- 
verts them into boxes. PP 861. © 
Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 28; K 3159. 

Find joy in work. Keep safe and 
sound, S P 105. © Mar. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 26 ; K 3574. 



Fire causes millions of dollars loss 
in industry annually, PP 862. © Mar. 
8, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 14; K 3438, 

Folks, we serve expect us to avoid 
mistakes, SS 21. © Feb. 22, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 28 ; K 3157. 

Folks who think the world's all 
wrong — sob sisters, make poor repre- 
sentatives of any service unit or or- 
ganization, etc., S. S. 16. © Jan. 25, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 24; K 2564. 

Help us to stop every penny's worth 
of wasted materials, etc., PP 858. © 
Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; K 2848. 

If we let ourselves take two hours 
to do an hour's work, we'll end up with 
only half our work done, SS 20. © 
Feb. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; K 3153. 

Keeping a watchful eye on the things 
we make and the service we give, etc., 
PP 855. © Jan. 18, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
24; K 2561. 

Let's do everything we can to help 
those we work with produce a better 
product at a lower cost, PP 852. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; K 
1850. 

Life is time. When we waste time — 
on the job or off the job — we waste 
life. S. S. 18. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 1 ; K 2882. 

Make safety rules your daily rules, 
SP 96. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1929; K 1851. 

Man who looks ahead will see the 
reason for working safely now, SP 102. 
© Feb, 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; K 3155. 

Monkey business causes accidents, 
SP 97. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 9 : 
K 1885. 

No man or woman with a new idea 
or a suggestion for improving the job, 
etc., SS 24. © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 26 ; K 3575. 

Ounce of prevention is worth a 
pound of cure, etc., PP 860. © Feb. 22, 
1928; 2 c. Feb. 28; K 3156. 

Our aim is to make this service or- 
ganization the best of its kind any- 
where, SS 23. © Mar. 8, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 14 ; K 3439. 

Planning — thinking ahead — prevents 
waste and helps reduce costs, PP 859. 
© Feb, 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; K 3154. 

Right time to act on a customer's 
complaint is now, S. S. 19. © Feb. 8, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 8; K 2847. 

Skill and care make the expert, 
quality and safety mark his work, SP 
99. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 24; 
K 2563, 



44 



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no. 1, 1929 



2438 



Some mistakes are excusable but 
there's no alibi for the mistake habit, 
etc., S. S. 14. © Jan. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 9 ; K 1884. 

There can be quality in our contact 
with each other, etc., PP 856. © Jan. 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 24 ; K 2562. 

Times have changed. Even molasses 
isn't as slow as it used to be, PP 857. 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 1 ; K 2743. 

Ellis (Michael F.) Buffalo. 2378 

If I called on you personally, you 
wouldn't throw me into your waste 
basket, would you? © Oct. 1, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 30, 1929; K 2697. 

Empire floor & wall tile co., inc., New 
York. 2379-2390 

Mirror tile, M (1-4) © Jan. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 11 ; K 1937-1940. 

Spanish tile, S (1-8) © Jan. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 11 ; K 1929-1936. 

Engineering service corp., Pontiac, 
Mich. 2391-2393 

Engineering service corp. mortgage 
survey. View of improvements. © 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 14 ; J 299853. 

■ survey report. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 

2 c. Jan. 16 ; J 299856. 

[Sphinx drawing] © Jan. 2, 

1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 16 ; I 219. 

Epstein (Dade B.) Chicago. 2394 

Plato Beans is coming! © Aug. 15, 
1928 ; 1 c. Oct. 4 ; K 1964. 

Erickson (Harry A.) San Diego, Calif. 

2395-2401 

Ford plane above the clouds, 6259. 
© Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; J O— 
939. 

La Jolla, Calif., aerial view of, 6337. 
© Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 19; J O— 
1196. 

Question Mark plane refueling at 
Imperial Valley, 6237. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 14 ; J 0—842. 

Question Mark plane refueling over 
Imperial Valley, 6238. © Jan. 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 14; J 0—841, 843. 

San Diego, Calif., aerial view of, 
6325, 6326. © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Feb. 19; J 0—1194, 1195. 

Evening news assn., Detroit. 

2402-2417 

Hagerty (Ambrose L.) © Jan. 26, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 31 ; K 2902, 

Mr. Straphanger. 1928-1929. © 
Weekly : 

Dec. 1-15; 1 c. each Dec. 5-21; K 
2903-2905. 



Examiner printing co., San Francisco. 

2418, 2419 

Have you seen her? © Feb. 20, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 5 ; K 3623. 

Look closely, these may help you 
identify little Doris ! © Feb, 20, 1929 ; 
1 c. Mar. 5 ; K 3622. 

Excelsior accordion mfg. co., New 
York. 2420 

Excelsior [accordion] © Mar. 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 3631. 

Fair pub. house, Norwalk, O. 

2421-2429 

9 prints : 

Day and night. Fair, 413 ; K 2919.— 
Fair, 2403, 2404; K 2921, 2922.— [Girl 
and calf, 2908] ; K 2924.— [Harness 
race scene, 2702, 2909] ; K 2923, 2925.— 
[Horses head and wreath of roses, 
412] ; K 2918.— I'm going ! Fair, 63 ; 
K 2917.— [Pumpkin design. 791] ; K 
2920. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
30. 

Fairchild news service, New York. 

2430 
Suggested ensemble color combina- 
tions. Feb. 1st to May 15th, 1929. © 
Feb. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; K 3034. 

Fallon (William J.) Miami, Fla. 

2431-2434 

Miami Beach, Fla., Miami Beach 
kennel club, bird's-eye view. © Jan. 
4, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; J O— 902. 

club house and grandstand. 

© Jan. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; J O—901. 

grand stand night view, 

539. © Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; J 
0—929. 

Smoke Alley, winner of the Dempsey 
stake cup. Jack Dempsey night Jan. 
4, 1929, Miami Beach kennel club, Fla., 
543. © Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 11; 
J 0—930. 

Farnam (Julian P.) Minneapolis. 

2435, 2436 

xlx Rotoplane helicopter design, 303. 
3 sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1929; I 412. 

ZYX airplane, designed and invented 
by Julian P. Farnam. 3 sheets, blue- 
prints. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; I 310. 

Farnsworth (James Frank) Washing- 
ton. 2437 
Red star cab. © Jan. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 20; J 29. 

Fay foto service, Boston. 2438 

Harvard university, Cambridge, 
Mass., Edward Mallinckrodt chemical 
laboratory bldg. © Mar. 20. 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 30; J 0—1463. 



47157—29- 



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2439 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Ferris ( J. 



L. G.) Philadelphia. 

2439, 2440 

Franklin's bookshop, 1745. (In Lit- 
erary Digest Jan. 19, 1929) ©' Jan. 
17, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 2 ; K 2915. 

Gettysburg address— 1863. (In Lit- 
erary Digest, Feb. 9, 1929) © Feb. 
7, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 23; K 3130. 

Fingerle & co., kunstverlag, Esslin- 
gen/N Germany. 2441-2447 

[Auferstehung] ; von Alex von Vol- 
borth. © Dec. 15, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1929; K 3419. 

Friihlings-erwachen. (Spring) ; von 
Fritz Muller-Landeck. © Jan. 11, 
1929; 1 c. Feb. 5; K 3430. 

[Verkiindigung] ; von Alex von Vol- 
borth. © Dee. 15, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1929; K 3420. 

4 prints by Paxil L. Miiller : 
Apotheker (Apothecary) 23; K 
3421. — Friihlingsreigen ( Spring 
dance) 62; K 3426.— Hasendoktor 
(Doctor) 21; K 3422.— Waldchor (Con- 
cert) 61; K 3425. © Jan. 12, 1928; 
1 c. each Apr. 11. 

Finley (John P.) New York. 2448 
U. S. tornado chart. Relative 
storm frequency. Central areas of 
maximum and minimum tornado oc- 
currence. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929 ; I 214. 

Fischer (Sigurd) Brooklyn. 2449 

Providence, R. I., Industrial trust 
co., general view, 274N4. © Nov. 1, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; J O— 1011. 

Fischer (Sigurd) and Thompson & 
Churchill, Brooklyn. 2450-2465 
State tower bldg., Syracuse, N. Y. : 
Ceiling in elevator lobby, detail of, 
268N14.— Ceiling in lobby, detail of, 
268N13. — Detail showing elevator 
doors, 268N12. — Elevator lobby, gen- 
eral view of, 268N10.— First set-back, 
detail of, 268N8. — General view, 
268N( 1-5). —Letter box, detail of, 
268N16. — Lobby, general view of, 
268N11— Lighting fixture in lobby, 
268N15.— Outer vestibule, detail of, 
268N9. — Top, close-up detail of, 
268N7.— Top, general detail of, 268N6. 
© June 8, 1928; 2 c. each Feb. 1, 
1929; J O— 995-1010. 

Flegel (Albert L.) & co., Racine, Wis. 

2466 
Flegel's modern buildings. © Jan. 
5, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 28 ; K 2686. 



Fleischmann co., New York. 

2467-2472 

6 prints : 

[Dream garden] — [Irresistible] — 
[Playmates] — [School days] — [Senor- 
ita]— [Shopping in 1780] © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 8, 1929 ; K 2830- 
2835, 

Forbes litho. mfg. co., Chelsea, Mass. 

2473 
Big game. © Feb. 26, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 7; K 3281. 

Forest products chemical co., Mem- 
phis, Tenn. 2474 
[Colored man on doorstep] © Dec. 
13, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; K 1992. 

Forgostein (Harold) Canton. O. 2475 
Rhapsody in Christmas. © Dec. 20, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 7; 
K 2883. 

Forster, Wernert & Tavlor, Toledo, O. 

2476 
Factory building for Standard elec- 
tric stove co., Toledo, O. 9 sheets, 
blueprints. © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
15 ; I 380. 

Fox (Fontaine) Chicago. 

2477-2538 

Toonerville folks. 1928-1929. © 
Daily : 

Dec. 1-Jan. 31 ; 1 c. each Feb. 6 ; 
K 2767-2828. 

Foxboro co., Foxboro, Mass. 

2539-2562 

[Foxboro recording flow meter 
chart, 859050] © Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 7; I 359. 

[898146, 898150, 898160] © 

Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 1929; 
I 66-68. 

[Foxboro recording pressure gauge 
chart, 64943, 798154, 897141] © Dec. 
31, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 1929 ; I 63, 
65, 69. 

© Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 



Mar. 



Mar. 



Mar. 



- [798161] 
7 ; I 364. 

- [798162] 
7 ; I 366. 

- [898163] 
7; I 363. 

[798168] 

Mar. 7; I 365. 

[798171] 

Mar. 7; I 367. 

[898169] 

Mar. 7; I 362. 

[898170] 

Mar. 7; I 361. 



© Mar. 4, 
© Mar. 4, 



1929; 
1929; 



2 c. 



2 c. 



© Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. 

© Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 

© Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. 

© Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. 



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no. i, 1929 



2602 



© Mar. 4, 
© Mar. 4, 
© Mar. 4, 



1929; 2 c. 
1929; 2 c. 
1929; 2 c. 



© Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 
© Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 



[Foxboro recording thermometer 
chart, 69852, 79852] © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 
2 c. each Jan. 3, 1929 ; I 61, 62. 

[778024] © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 7; I 358. 

[778025] 

Mar. 7; I 357. 

[870023] 

Mar. 7; I 356. 

[878024] 

Mar. 7; I 355. 

[878026] 

Mar. 7 ; I 353. 

[879024] 

Mar. 7; I 354. 

Life savers, inc. [recording pressure 
gauge chart, 896166] © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 
2 c. Mar. 7 ; I 360. 

[Smith (A. O.) corp. recording pres- 
sure gauge chart, 795152] © Dec. 31, 
1928; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 1929; I 64. 

Franciscan fathers of California, Santa 
Barbara, Calif. 2563 

[Ordination prayer] © Mar. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; K 3566. 

Frashers, inc., Pomona, Calif. 

2564-2574 

Biskra palms, 7-422, 7-423. © Mar. 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 26 ; J 0—1444, 
1445. 

Death Valley: 

From Zabriskie Point, 7-390.— North 
end of, from Grotto Canyon, 7-391. — 
Sand dunes from Grotto Canyon, 7-392. 
© Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 26; 
J 1441-1443. 

Mono Lake, 7-560, 7-561. © Nov. 
15, 1928; 2 c. each Mar. 26; J 0—1439, 
1440. 

4 photographs : 

Bull Lake and Chocolate Peak, 
7-540. — Glacier Divide, 7-547. — Long 
Lake and Bishop Pass, 7-541. — Saddle- 
rock Lake and Bishop Pass, 7-542. © 
Sept. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each Mar. 26, 1929 ; 
J 0—1435-1438. 

Freyschlag (O. H.) Phoenix, Ariz. 

2575 

Burros — Giant cholla — Picket post, 
201. © Dec. 3, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 10 ; J 38. 
Fritzsche (G. H.) New York. 2576 

Honest milk bread. © Mar. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 3537. 

Frome (John Henry) Doylestown, Pa. 

2577 

Picture to accompany The Frome 

sentence builder. [Nursery characters] 

© Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 23, 1929; 

K 2513. 



Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 

2578-2581 

[Ferguson (Sir Ronald and Robert) 
of Raith] © Oct. 1, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 
19 ; K 2688, 

[MacDonnell (Alastair)] © Oct. 
17, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 19 ; K 2687. 

[Rabbit seller! ; by Eugene Tily. © 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 30 ; K 2699. 

[Village festival] ; by Eugene Tily. 
© Jan. 9, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 30 ; K 2700. 

Fuller (Rose) Lawndale, Calif. 2582 
Spirit wonder. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1929 ; 
J 0—1233. 

Fuller cleaning & dyeing co., Cleveland. 

2583 
There's a spring-like freshness. © 
Feb. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3092, 

Fulton (William Holmes) Rockford, 
111. 2584 

On point. © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
10; J 299850. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

2585-2588 

In the gulf stream. (In Literary 
Digest, Feb, 2, 1929) © Jan. 31, 1929 : 
1 c. Feb. 16 ; K 3131. 

Playground of desert imps. (In Lit 
erary Digest, Feb. 16, 1929) © Feb 
14, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 27; K 3271. 

Quenca — Romantic Spain. (In Lit 
erary Digest, Mar. 16, 1929) © Mar, 
14, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 27 ; K 3612. 

Warring reefs of surf. (In Literary 
Digest) © Jan. 12, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 30 
K 2710. 

Furbeck (George W T arren) Brookline, 
Mass. 2589 

Our Saviour. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 31; J 0—1187. 

Furlong- White studio, Rochester, N. Y. 

2590, 2591 
O'Hern (Monsignor J. F.) A, B. 
© Jan. 9, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 21; 
J 0—873, 874. 

G. E. M. embroidery co., New York. 

2592-2602 

[Drawing for embroidery, style H 
E. 3, H. E. 4] © 1 c. each Dec. 15, 
1928; I 169, 170. 

H. E. (10-12) © 1 c. each 

Jan. 17, 1929; I 148-150. 

H E. (13, 14) © 1 c. each Feb. 

6, 1929 ; I 237, 238. 

H. E. (15, 16) © 1 c. each 

Feb. 8, 1929 ; I 243, 244. 

HE (19, 20) © 1 c. each Mar. 

6, 1929 ; I 327, 328. 



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2603 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Gauss (Henry C.) Washington. 2603 
Carbon dioxide cycle. © Feb. 21, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; I 300. 

Geisler (Frank E.) Palm Beach, Fla. 

2604 
Cheek (J. O.) © Mar. 13, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 16; J O— 1340. 

General outdoor advertising co., inc., 

New York. 2605,2606 

America takes to the air, A, B. © 

Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 7 ; K 2756, 

2757. 

Georgia marble co., Tate, Ga. 

2607-2616 

Burial vault, M. V. 1 A-B-C-D, 
M. V. 2, M. V 17 A-B-C, M. V. 18, © 

Dec. 1, 1928; 2 c. each Feb. 20, 1929; 
I 288-291. 

Mausoleum, M. M. (6, 10-14) © 
Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 20, 1929 ; 

1 292-297. 

Gerlach-Barklow co., Joliet, 111. 

2617-2750 

[Hoover (Herbert) our president] 
© Dec. 26, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929 ; K 
2044. 

12 prints : 

About the time a man begins to 
think he's a big gun somebody fires 
him. — Kid's hardest job is learning- 
good manners without seeing any ex- 
amples. — Many a man thinks he has 
an open mind when it's merely va- 
cant. — Men are like fish, they're not 
bragged about till they're dead. — 
Money talks, but to most of us it only 
says Goodbye. — Most dangerous part 
of a car is the nut that holds the 
steering wheel. — Reason why women 
have cleaner minds must be because 
they change them so often. — Some 
look for truth in the Book of life, 
others for small flaws in the punctua- 
tion. — Some men are like cars, the 
cheaper they are, the louder their 
horns. — Some men are like telescopes, 
you draw them out, see through them 
and then shut them up. — When a man 
has no mind of his own his wife usu- 
ally gives him a piece of hers. — When 
a man sings his own praise it's very 
likelv to be a solo. © Mar. 12, 1929 ; 

2 c. each Mar. 15; K 3441-3452, 
121 prints: 

Ability and reliability make a good 
team. — About all a rolling stone 
gathers is speed. — [Adrienne] — Alad- 
din.— [ All-American calendar. Presi- 
dents of the U. S.] — All things come 
to him who prepares while he waits. — 
Ambassadors of peace. — [Angela] — 



Arctic dawn. — At the White horse tav- 
ern. — Beside still waters. — Better late 
than never, but better never late. — 
Beverly.— Bit of old Holland.— Blue- 
birds bring happiness. — Bluebonnet 
trail. — ■ Boone ( Daniel ) . — Breaking 
waves dashed high. — Bubbles. — Buffalo 
Bill. — Captain Kidd. — Carry me back 
to old Virginia. — Caution is the par- 
ent of security. — Chance helps those 
who help themselves. — Cinderella. — 
City of golden dreams. — [Claire] — 
[Conway castle] — [Daphne] — Discre- 
tion is sometimes better than valor. — 
Dover castle. — Duty has its own re- 
ward. — Easter morning.— End of a 
perfect day. — [Evangeline] — Fountain 
of youth. — Four of a kind. — [Galahad 
(Sir)] — Gentlemen prefer blondes. — 
Glimpse of nature's wonderland. — 
Hand that rocks the cradle. — He is 
not the best dog that barks the 
most. — He that lives upon hope will 
die fasting. — He who never made a 
mistake never made a discovery. — He 
who stands in the way of progress gets 
run over. — Heaven help those who help 
themselves. — Hello everybody. — Hey 
Skinnay. — Huckleberry Finn. — I may 
be a Bostonian, but I draw the line 
at pie. — If I had a face like that I'd 
give it a long rest. — If you expect to 
be among those present, Florine, you'll 
have to have yours bobbed. — If you 
would be beloved make yourself ami- 
able. — Ignorance makes us bold. Wis- 
dom bids us pause and consider. — In 
the Blue Ridge Mountains of Vir- 
ginia. — In the Brule River country. — 
[Isobel] — [Joyce] — [ Kathleen] — Land- 
ing of Columbus. — [Leather Stock- 
ing] — Light, consarn ya ! an we'll 
both get a fresh start. — Lindbergh 
(Mt.) — [Lois] — Ludlow castle. — Magic 
of the moon. — [Marcella] — [Milli- 
cent] — Misery hates good company. — 
Natural Bridge, Va. — Nature's com- 
munion. — Nature's fortress. — Nature's 
golden hour. — Nevada Falls. — Oooh ! 
wait till Ma sees you ! — Only one thing 
comes to him who waits — old age. — 
Opportunity taken is never lost. — Our 
deeds, not our arrival are what 
count. — Peace comes with evening. — 
Port of Heart's desire. — Proper prepa- 
ration is the secret of success. — Quick 
decisions often end in disappoint- 
ment. — Rail-splitter. — Red shawl. — 
Revere (Paul) — Rip Van Winkle. — 
Robin Hood. — Robinson Crusoe. — 
Romany maid. — [Rose o'Kildare] — 
Sally Lee. — Service to others is serv- 
ice to self. — [Sibyl] — Signal. — Signal 
light. — Silver hook. — Soap suds 
blues. — Summer evening in Virginia. — 



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2785 



Sunlit sentinels. — [Sunshine girl] — 
Symphony. — There he goes. — They can 
conquer who believe they can. — This 
is when I wish I was Jack-the-Giant- 
Killer. — Three Sisters from Clear 
Lake. — ■ [Tranquil waters] — [Vele- 
rie] — Violets bring thoughts of you. — 
[Vivien] — Weighty questions require 
deliberate answers. — What bonehead 
choose the thistle for the Scotch em- 
Idem ? — When Christmas comes. — 
When morning wakens in the hills. — 
When sunrise gilds the mountain 
top. — When we were a couple of 
kids. — Whoo? Oswald, I told you we 
couldn't get away with that bone. — 
Why didn't somebody tell me about 
cats before I started the argument? — 
William Tell. — Windsor castle. — 
Year's at the spring. — Yell for the cat, 
Jock, if ye dinna care to tackle it 
yeerseF! © Dec. 26, 1928; 2 c. each 
Jan. 14, 1929 ; K 1965-1991, 1993-2043, 
2045-2087. 

Gibson (William Frances) Tulsa, Okl. 

2751 
Dawn. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
6 ; J 299864. 

Gildersleeve (F. A.) Waco, Tex. 2752 
Waco, Tex., in the early seventies. 
© Jan. 6, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; J O— 
1182. 

Gillet (Frances K.) Honolulu. 

2753, 2754 

Hawaii's greeting. [Two men in 
canoe ; palm trees in foreground ; 
mountain in background] © Oct. 11, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 2386. 

My Christmas Aloha. [Branches 
and leaves, etc.] © Oct. 11, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 2387. 

Oilmore (Samuel C.) Watseka, 111. 

2755 
Community educational memorial. 
© Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 20; J O— 
1391. 

Girl scouts, inc., New York. 2756 

Camp Edith Macy. [Girl standing 
beside tall pine tree, etc.] © Feb. 
6, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 21 ; K 3075. 

Gladacres, inc., Rushville, 111. 2757 
Gladacres model A and A A special 
tool kit, Jan. 1, 1929. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929; J 0—942. 

Goes lithographing co., Chicago. 

2758-2764 
Carnival of Venice, 107; by Dey de 
Ribcowsky. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 1; K, 3167. 



[Lithographed advertising coupon, 
green border on face, orange border 
on back] 476. © Mar. 13, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 16 ; K 3468. 

[orange border on face, green 

border on back] 474, 475. © Mar. 13, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 16 ; K 3466, 3467. 

[oval design on left hand side, 

orange border on face, green border 
on back] 477. © Mar. 13, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 16; K 3469. 

Pacific sunset, 110 ; by Dey de Rib- 
cowsky. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
1; K 3168. 

[Streets of Cairo, 159] © Feb. 14, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; K 3027. 

Gogerty (H. L.) Hollywood, Calif. 

2765 
Airplane hangar building, plan for. 
Blueprint. © Mar. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
20; I 422. 

Goldensky (Elias) Philadelphia. 2766 
Cross. © Feb. 16, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
18; J 0—1193. 

Gordon (Thomas H.) Cisco, Tex. 

2767 
Cisco, Tex., Lake and dam, airplane 
view. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 
1929; J 0—763. 

Gordon-Grant co., Chicago. 

2768-2775 

8 prints : 

Careful taping saves juice — and 
trouble, 8. — Dead leads keep you alive, 
44. — Do you waste tape and wire? 
20. — Electricity strikes without warn- 
ing, 2. — On repairs — don't hold up pro- 
duction any longer than you have to, 
14. — Promptly replacing blown fuses 
keeps the wheels moving, 38. — Rubber 
gloves tame high voltage, 32. — Shoot 
troubles before they start, 26. © Mar. 
12, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 15; K 3453- 
3460. 

Graf (Fred) St. Louis. 2776 

St. Louis municipal plaza as it will 
appear when completed. © Feb. 17, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3359. 

Graf co., Union City, N. J. 

2777-2784 
[Embroidered lace design, style S. 
L. (6-8), S. L. E. (1-5)] © 1 c. each 
Jan. 2, 1929; I 48-55. 

Graham (Edward Harrison) Pitts- 
burgh. 2785 
Desert vegetation near Tucson, Ariz 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929; J 0—1188. 



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2786 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Grant (Gordon) co., Chicago. 

2786-2837 

52 prints : 

Almost right never hit the bull's- 
eye, 16. — Are you sure your machine 
is properly adjusted, 31. — Be fair to 
your eyes, 23. — Can we use any of the 
left-overs, 24. — Careful people never 
take chances with damaged tools, 40. — 
Clean machines mean clean work, 
11. — Did you do all there was to be 
done, 19. — Do you have to keep that 
motor running, 32. — Do you return all 
tools for the next man, 49. — Don't for- 
get to bring it back. 28. — Drive every 
car as if you owned it, 26. — Dull tools 
take the edge off good work, 17.— Fol- 
lowing instructions saves doing it 
over, 41. — Forgotten tools delay the 
job, 42. — Getting complete instructions 
starts the job right, 27. — He took off 
the safety guard, 51. — How can we 
save on water-light-power, 33. — How's 
your gas and oil, 14. — It's just as easy 
to handle it carefully, 35. — It's not a 
wash till it's all clean, 8. — It's not 
only the tool but how you use it, 30. — 
Let's have nothing underfoot but the 
floor, 43. — Let's keep the grease where 
it belongs, 20. — Limping along with a 
crippled machine gets you nowhere, 
6. — Little mistake may mean a big 
loss, 39. — Little wastes run up big 
bills, 3. — Loose sleeves can lose lives, 
37. — No machine can make a mistake 
unless you let it, 13. — Nothing but the 
best gets the O. K., 34.— Oiling regu- 
larly makes smooth going, 4. — On the 
way, 1. — One loafer can tie up a hun- 
dred hustlers, 22. — Practical jokes 
usually go wrong, 36. — Putting oily 
rags where they belong cheats the fire 
fiend, 12. — Reporting it promptly gets 
it repaired, 21. — Right tool does it 
right, 52. — Second's -temper can spoil 
a whole day's work, 5. — Splinter in 
your finger may become a wooden arm, 
45. — Spoiling a job spoils your chances, 
9. — Stopping little wastes shows you 
think big, 25. — Thank you never made 
a customer sore, 2. — That'll get by is 
only a step ahead of trouble, 38. — 
There's no such thing as a triflng in- 
jury, 18^ — Using your head saves 
your muscle, 10. — Wasting material 
junks all the work others did on it, 
50. — We always report needed re- 
pairs — it's good business, 44. — What 
has carelessness cost us today, 47. — 
Who left the cover off that can, 46 — 
You can do it better in a neat work- 
ing space, 29. — You can spot a good 
workman by the care he takes of tools, 
7. — You can't buy an eye — you can 



wear goggles, 48. — 10 minutes a day — 
50 hours a year — whose time, 15. © 
Jan. 2, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 17; K 
2279-2330. 

Greene (Joseph S.) Berkeley, Calif. 

2838. 
Bible history chart. © Oct. 24, 
1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 31 ; I 87. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc., New York. 

2839-2849 

[Anthony (St)] © Feb. 1, 1929: 
2 c. Feb. 8 ; K 2841. 

Juanita. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar.. 
2 ; K 3259. 

Marquita. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 2; K 3258. 

Mother. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
8; K 2838. 

Pierrot proposes. © Mar. 1, 1929;. 
1 c. Mar. 2 ; K 3369. 

Workshop at Nazareth. © Jan. 31„ 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 8 ; K 2843. 

5 prints: 

Alice. — Boy o' mine. — Phoebe. — Rob- 
in.— Sonny Boy. © Feb. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Feb. 8 ; K 2836, 2837, 2839, 2840,. 
2842. 

Grosse (William C.) Los Angeles. 

2850 
Real original master key of that 
which is. © Jan. 24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
30 ; K 2988. 

Gruber (Arthur H.) Grand Rapids„ 
Mich. 2851 

Emergency skid sand control. © 
1 c. Jan. 25, 1929; I 188. 

Gutmann & Gutmann, New York. 

2852-2856 

[Light of life] © Dec. 22, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; K 2894. 

4 prints : 

Busy day, 782. — Contentment, 781. — 
Good-bye, 783.— Sonny Boy, 784. © 
Feb. 8, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 11; K 
2895-2898. 

Hall (Willard Brayton) North Provi- 
dence, R. I. 2857 
Woonasquatucket modulus, 1. Blue- 
print. © Aug. 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1929; I 57. 

Halter (Howard L.) St. Louis. 2858 
Completed seminary group. © Nov. 
1, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 9, 1929 ; J O— 800. 

Hamilton (E. B.) Hoquiam, Wash. 

2859-2866 

Blanco (Lake) 3, 4. © Nov. 13, 

1928 ; 2 c. each Nov. 20 ; J 0—859, 860. 



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2913 



Forest scene, 15. © Jan. 30, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 5 ; J 299862. 

Locomotive, 16. © Jan. 30, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 5 ; J 299863. 

Wild elk in tbe Olympics, 17-20. © 
Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 16; J 
299SS8-299891. 

Hamilton bank note engraving and 
printing co., Brooklyn. 2867 

[Spirit of transportation] © Jan. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 23 ; K 2415. 

Hanfstaengl (Franz) Munich. 

2868-2913 

[Angorakatze, 92; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Mar. 
9, 1929; K 3358. 

[An vers sur Oise, 13203] par Paul 
Cezanne. © Oct. 23, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 
6 ; K 1823. 

Auf dem weg zur arbeit, 13202 ; von 
Vincent Van Gogh. © Dec. 22, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; K 2276. 

[Barsoi, kopf, 137; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 

21, 1929; K 2496. 
Blumenstilleben, 13197 ; von Lovis 

Corinth. © Dec. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
16, 1929; K 2277. 

[Bulldogge. 128; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Oct. 1, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 

22, 1929; K 2509. 

[Bunte reihe, 136; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1929; K 2512. 

[Chin, 119 ; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Sept. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929 ; K 2498. 

[Dogge, 138 ; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1929 ; K 3586. 

[Drei rangen, 104 ; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt 1 © Aug. 1, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 

21, 1929; K 2499. 

[Fasel, 102; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Aug. 1, 192S ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929 ; K 2497. 

[Faulpelz, 140 ; von Curt Meyer-Eb- 
erhardt] © Feb. 18, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 
9; K 3354. 

[Junge dackel, 129; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Oct. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 

22, 1929; K 2508. 

[Kavalivre, 126; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Oct. 1, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1929; K 2501. 

[Kleine bettler, 141 ; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 
5 ; K 3585. 



[Kopf, 88; von Carl Joseph Bauer] 
© Feb. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3355. 

[Lady, 134; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1929 ; K 3587. 

[Liegender Schaferhund, 133 ; von 
Curt Meyer-Eberhardt] © Nov. 1, 
1928; 1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; K 2506. 

[Madchen am strand, 90 ; von Carl 
Joseph Bauer] © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 9 ; K 3351. 

[Manne, 120; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Sept. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1929 ; K 2507. 

[Maxe and Moritz, 131; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt] © Nov. 1, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 2502. 

[Moven, 13148] von Karl Ewald Ols- 
zewski. © Dec. 15, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; K 1881. 

[Pascha, 87; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1929 ; K 3357. 

[Peter, 139; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Feb. 1, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 5; 
K 3584. 

[Ranhaar-vettern, 127 ; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt] © Oct. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; K 2500. 

[Ranhaarterrier, kopf, 114 ; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt] © Sept. 1, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 2503. 

[Rehkopf, 93 ; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1929 ; K 3352. 

[Reiter am strande, 13207 ; von Paul 
Gauguin] © Feb. 6, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 
27 ; K 3138. 

[Schaferhund, klein, 94; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt] © July 1, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1929 ; K 2510. 

[Scotchterrier, kopf, 113; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt] © Sept. 1, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1929; K 2511. 

[Tanztrinnen, 89 ; von Carl Joseph 
Bauer] © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 9 ; 
K 3356, 

[Trost, 105 ; von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt] © Aug. 1, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1929; K 2505. 

[Unzertrennlich, 106; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt] © Aug. 1, 1928; 
1 c. Jan. 21, 1929; K 2495. 

[Venedig, 13200] von Auguste Re- 
noir. © Oct. 23, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 6; 
K 1824. 

[Verlaufen, 132 ; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Nov. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
21, 1929 ; K 2504. 



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Hanfstaengl (Franz) Munich — Contd. 

[Zwei barsoi, 130; von Curt Meyer- 
Eberhardt] © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. Mar. 
5, 1929 ; K 3588. 

3 prints : 

[Barke] ; von Edouard Manet. — 
[Paris la cite] ; par Paul Signac. — 
[Sehet die lilien] ; von L. Bartning. 
© Mar. 1, 1929; 1 c. each Mar. 18 
K 3497-3499. 

3 prints ; von Curt Meyer-Eberhardt 
[Dacklkopf, 122] ; K 3582.— [Palast 

damen, 125] ; K 3583.— [Pekinese, 121] 
K 3581. © Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. each 
Mar. 5, 1929. 

4 prints ; von Curt Meyer-Eberhardt : 
[Fosel (stehend) 107] ; K 3577.— 

[Huhnerhund, 108] ; K 3578.— [Lie- 
gendes rehkitz, 109] ; K 3579.— [Scotch- 
terrier (sitzend) 115] ; K 3580. © 
Nov. 1, 1928 ; 1 c. each Mar. 5, 1929. 

Hardy (George H.) Altadena, Calif. 

2914 
Indian madonna. © Dec. 31, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 5, 1929 ; J 0—762. 

Harris (W. J.) co., St. Augustine, Fla. 

2915-2920 

Mt. Lakes sanctuary, Fla., the sing- 
ing tower. A-C, H. © Feb. 10, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 1 ; J O— 1217-1220. 

Susquehanna River, Pa., from Wya- 
lusing Rocks, looking east. © Dec. 1, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 16; J 299857. 

looking west. © Dec. 1, 

1928; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1929; J 0—865. 

Harris & Ewing, Washington. 

2921-2950 

Ayala (Dr. Eligio) ex-president of 
Paraguay. © Dec. 18, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
2, 1929 ; J O— 1052. 

Diezde (Senora Medina) popular 
diplomatic hostess. © Jan. 14, 1929: 
2 c. Feb. 2 ; J O— 1053. 

Fokker (Anthony H. G.) famous 
builder of aircraft. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
2 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; J O— 1030. 

Ford (Henry) BA89530. © Dec. 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; J O— 1048. 

Fortune (William) president of the 
American peace society. © Nov. 24, 
1928; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929; J O— 1032. 

Kreger (Major General Edward A.) 
new judge advocate general of the U. S. 
Army. © Nov. 26, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 2, 
1929; J O— 1033. 

Leslie (Governor-elect Harry G.) of 
Indiana. © Nov. 16. 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
2, 1929; J O— 1028. 



Macauley (William J. B.) may be 
new Irish Free State minister to U. S. 
© Dec. 12, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929; 
J O— 1045. 

McConnell (Bishop Francis J.) prob- 
able new head of Federal council of 
churches of Christ in America. © 
Dec. 5, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929; J O— 
1040. 

Martin (Dr. Franklin H.) president 
and organizer of American college of 
surgeons. © Dec. 10, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
2, 1929 ; J O— 1044. 

Parker (Major General Francis 
LeJ.) new chief of bureau of insular 
affairs, War department. © Jan. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; J O— 1054. 

Schuller (Dr. Richard) assistant 
secretary of state of Austria, is vis- 
itor in Washington. © Dec. 13, 1928; 
2 c. Feb. 2, 1929; J O— 1046. 

Stone (Mrs. Charles Parker) a real 
Washington beauty. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 
2 c. Feb, 2, 1929 ; J O— 1031. 

Veverka (Dr. Ferdinand) new min- 
ister from Czechoslovakia to the U. S. 
© Nov. 16, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; J 
O— 1029. 

Wright (Orville) father of Amer- 
ican aviation. © Dec. 13, 1928; 2 c. 
Feb. 2, 1929; J 0—1047. 

3 photographs: 

Binsted (Rev. Norman S.) — Gus- 
tavus Adolphus (Prince) of Sweden. — 
Sigvard (Primce) of Sweden. © Dec. 
4, 1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 2, 1929 ; J O— 
1037-1039. 

3 photographs : 

Carlson ( Gudrun ) — Curtis ( Mrs. 
Harry King) daughter-in-law of Vice- 
President Curtis. — Rover (Leo A.) 
new U. S. district attorney for the 
District of Columbia. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 2; J O— 1055-1057. 

3 photographs : 

Cretziano ( Rady G. ) son of minister 
from Rumania. — Grant (Lieut. Colonel 
U. S.) 3rd, named chairman of Hoover 
inaugural committee. — Hope ( Lady 
Doria) of England clerking in New 
York department store. © Dec. 8, 
1928; 2 c. each Feb. 2, 1929; J O— 
1041-1043. 

3 photographs : 

Edge (Mrs. Walter E.) president of 
the Junior league in National Capi- 
tal . — Henderson ( Colonel Paul ) former 
assistant postmaster general. — Sum- 
merall (Major General Charles P.) 
U. S. chief of staff. © Dec. 17, 1928 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 2, 1929 ; J O— 1049-1051. 



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3019 



3 photographs : 

Myers (Abram F.) new head of fed- 
eral trade commission. — Thomas 
(Senator John) and Senator Otis F. 
Glenn, new members of the U. S. Sen- 
ate attend second session of 70th Con- 
gress. — Trumbull (Florence) future 
Mrs. John Coolidge. © Dec. 3, 1928; 
2 c. each Feb. 2, 1929 ; J O— 1034-1036. 

Hartford fire insurance co., Hartford. 

2951-2953 

and this may be how you'll do 

it. © Mar. 16, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 18; 
K 3490. 

Fire, the inescapable, always at some 
worker's elbow. © Feb. 16, 1920 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 18 ; K 3026. 

Some day — You'll break down your 
own protection. © Jan. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 22; K 2395. 

Hatchery advertisers bureau, St. Paul. 

2954 
Freeborn chicks. © Dec. 20, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 23, 1929; K 2416. 

Hawk (A. Wesley) Washington. 2955 
Arlington national cemetery, Va., 
tomb of Unknown soldier. © Feb. 13, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3093. 
Haynes (J. E.) St. Paul. 2956-3015 
Buffalo herd, Yellowstone national 
park, 28246. © Sept. 1, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 21; J O— 804. 

Woodring (Sam) beside House of 
horns, Yellowstone national park, 
28162. © Sept. 1, 1928 : 2 c. Dec. 21 ; 
J 0—831. 

Yellowstone national park, Wy. : 
Electric Peak,, 11,155 ft., 280O3.— 
Fountain Paint Pot. 28034.— Grand 
Canyon and Yellowstone Lake from 
summit of Mt. Washburn, 28017. — 
Minute Man Geyser, 28012, — National 
Park Mt.. 28031.— New geyser, 28099, 
28101-28104. — Old Faithful Geyser, 
28057, 28058.— Old Faithful Geyser 
through window of Old Faithful lodge, 
28116. — Old Faithful inn, 28074. 
28118.— Old Faithful lodge, 28029, 
28128.— Old Faithful lodge sleeping 
cabins, 28120.— Old Faithful lodge 
sleeping cabins and lodge building, 
28121.— Spry Geyser. 28112. © Sept. 
1, 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 21; J 0—769, 
773, 774, 779-785, 787, 788, 786, 789- 
792, 794, 793, 795. 

Yellowstone national park, Wy. : 
Grand Canyon from Artist Point, 
28326.— Grand Canyon from brink of 
Great Fall, 28335— Grand Canyon 
lodge entrance, 28369. — Grand Canyon 
public automobile camp, housekeeping- 



tents, 28359, 28361. — Grand Teton from 
Jenny Lake, 28473, 28476.— Grand Te- 
ton from Snake River, 28466. — Great 
Fall from Red Reck, 28339.— House of 
horns with Mrs. J. E. Haynes and Mr. 
and Mrs. Joseph Joffe, 28191.— Mam- 
moth hotel from Capitol Hill, 28196.— 
Mammoth lodge from road, 28194. — 
Moran (Mt.) from Snake River, 
28465.— Old Faithful inn and Geyser, 
28457. — Old Faithful inn, both wings, 
28452.— Old Faithful inn, center, 
28455. — Old Faithful inn, dining room, 
main part, 28459.— Old Faithful inn, 
dining room, new part, 28461. — Old 
Faithful lodge, cabin row, 28188.— Old 
Faithful lodge, main building, interior, 
28167, 28178, 28182.— Old Faithful 
lodge, recreation hall, 28165.— Old 
Faithful lodge, recreation hall, inte- 
rior, 28185. — Old Faithful lodge, sing- 
ing girls in main building, 28169 — 
Yellowstone Lake, fishing bridge, 
28372. © Sept. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. each Dec. 
21; J O— 806-808, 811-815, 809, 810, 
816^830, 805. 

12 photographs : 

Buffalo herd. Yellowstone national 
park, 28244. — Busses leaving Old Faith- 
ful lodge, Yellowstone national park, 
28124.— Cactus, 28005.— Flowers, 28007, 
28020, 28024.— Guide party and Mam- 
moth lodge in distance, Yellowstone 
national park, 28209. — Guide party at 
Mammoth lodge, Yellowstone national 
park, 28208. — Guide party on trail, 
Yellowstone national park, 28223. — 
Loading busses at Old Faithful lodge, 
Yellowstone national park, 28122. — 
W T e?t Yellowstone station, 28000.— W 7 est 
Yellowstone station dining room, 28001. 
© Sent. 1, 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 21: 
J 0—766-768, 770-772, 775-778, 796, 
797. 

Hays (Harvey G.) Grinnell, la. 3016 

Radio station finder. © Jan. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; I 232. 

Hendel (Hyinan) New York. 3017 

Sonny boy, a bow for young moderns. 

© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; K 3099. 

Hendry (Frank) Boston. 3018 

Undaunted — with hearts of oak, the 
life-boat crew. © Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; K 1788. 
Henry E. Huntington library, San Ma- 
rino, Calif. 3019 
Jefferson's plan for an addition to 
the main building submitted to Lord 
Dunmore about 1772 or 1773. (In Wil- 
liam and Mary College Quarter, Oct., 
1928) © Dec. 1, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1929 ; K 2625. 



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Hentz (James W.) Baltimore. 3020 
New Lexington market and garage, 
plan. Blueprint. © Jan. 15, 1928; 
2 c. Mar. 13, 1929; I 375. 

Heppenstall (Thomas E.) Longview, 
Wash. 3021 

Moisture calculator. © Nov. 14, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; J 0—715. 

Herald printing & stationery co., De- 
catur, 111. 3022 
Help make Decatur's 100th year its 
best. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Feb, 2; 
K 2734. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, 
Del. 3023 

Dreams. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
2, 1929; K 1802. 

Hemic (John Max) New York. 

3024, 3025 

Bachofan. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 30; J 0—1183. 

Hemic. © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
30; J 0—945. 

Hertel ( J. C.) and Shaw (William H.) 
Los Angeles. 3026 

Operative Mason. © Feb. 14, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 20 ; J 19. 

Hindery (George L.) DeLand, Fla. 

3027 
Birney (Alice McLellan) © Mar. 
16, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 22; J 33. 

Hirmer (Max) kunstverlag, Munchen, 

Germany. 3028-3030 

[Christus and Johannes, 2334] ; von 

Josef Untersberger. © Dec. 20, 1927 ; 

1 c. Apr. 11, 1928 ; K 3423. 

[Guter hirte, 678] ; von Josef Un- 
tersberger. © Dec. 15, 1927 ; 1 c. Apr. 
11, 1928; K 3424. 

Mater amabilis, 675; von Josef Un- 
tersberger. © Dec. 15, 1927 ; 1 c. Apr. 
11, 1928 ; K 3427. 

Historical map society, New York. 

3031 
World. This world of ours showing 
the new national boundaries from gov- 
ernment sources of information. [Map 
of world and national flags] © Feb. 
26, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; K 3613. 

Holberg (Richard A.) New York. 

3032-3034 

Cradle roll department [Promotion 
certificate] Form G-G. © Jan. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; K 3215. 

Nursery class. [Promotion certifi- 
cate] Form H-H. © Jan. 2, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 27 ; K 3214. 



Ramona's story book. © Feb. 6, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; K 3251. 

Holophane co., inc., New York. 3035 
Specifics for planned industrial light- 
ing. © Jan. 31, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 19; 

1 421. 

Horizons de France, Paris. 3036 

[Barbier. (Scenes Algeriennes) ; 
par Roger L. Irriera] © Dec. 11, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; K 2739. 

Hormel (George A.) & co., Austin, 
Minn. 3037-3039 

More than fresh, because first 
vacuum sealed. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 19 ; K 2383. 

Sealed-in. © Oct. 6, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 

19, 1929 ; K 2690. 

So easy to prepare — to keep — to 
serve. © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
K 2384. 

Horner (Jack) Long Beach, Calif. 

3040 
BAH club. Buy-at-home club. © 
Nov. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1929; K 
3053. 

Horse review, Chicago. 3041-3044 

4 prints : 

Brush for the lead ; K 3462.— On the 
bit ; K 3463.— Struggle in the stretch ; 
K 3464.— They're off ; K 3461. © Mar. 
15, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 15. 

House of art, New York. 3045 

Hoover (Herbert) © Jan. 3, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 10 ; K 1926. 

Howe paper box co., Clifton, N. J. 

3046, 3047 

[In the Orient] © Dec. 17, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 10, 1929 ; K 1924. 

[Nocturne] © Dec. 17, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 10, 1929 ; K 1925. 

Hudson (Wilbur G.) corp., New York. 

3048 
Special larry [for] American glanz- 
toff corp. [Elizabethton, Tenn. Blue- 
print] © Jan. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; 
I 209. 

Huerth (Anthony H.) Oakland, Calif. 

3049 
[Mission bells, inc. plans for a build- 
ing to be used for coffee shops on high- 
way. 4 sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. 
Feb. 11, 1929; I 253. 

Huffman (Walter A.) Indianapolis. 

3050 
Society shop. [Emblem] © Dec. 

20, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; K 1959. 



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3106 



Hug (Charles J.) sr., St. Louis. 

3051, 3052 

Carondelet chapter order of DeMo- 
lay shrine of honor, floor work and 
formation of officers conferring de- 
grees. Blueprint. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1929; I 264. 

Carondelet chapter order of DeMo- 
lay, shrine of honor jewels. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1929 ; I 265. 

Hunt (Mabelle M.) Los Angeles. 

3053 
Praying Madonna. © Dec. 16, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1929 ; J 0—1177. 

Hurley (Edward Timothy) Cincinnati. 

3054 
[Throwing room : Rookwood pot- 
tery] © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1929 ; K 1826. 

Hutchison (Robert M.) San Antonio, 

Tex. 3055 

Rapid calculator for flow of oil, gas, 

air and water in pipe lines. © Mar. 

1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; I 337. 

Hygienic anatomical educational assn., 
inc., Philadelphia. 3056-3058 

3 drawings : 

Ovarian ligament, etc. — Spinal col- 
umn, etc. — Spinal cord, etc. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 10, 1928 ; I' 15983-15985. 

Icart (Louis) Paris. 3059-3072 

[Coursing] © Feb. 26, 1928; 1 c. 

Mar. 9, 1929; K 3292. 

3 prints : 

[Alcove bleue] — [Divan rose] — 
[Jeanne d'Arc] © Feb. 22, 1929 ; 1 c. 
each Mar. 19 ; K 3530, 3529, 3528. 

4 prints : 

[Ballet] ; K 2853.— [Danse Apache] ; 
K 2852.— [Danse Espagnole] K 
2851.— [Menuet] ; K 2854. © Jan. 21, 
1929 ; 1 c. each Feb. 9. 

6 prints : 

[Bovary (Madame)]; K 3136.— 
[Dalila] ; K 3135. — [Salome] ; K 
3134.— [Sapho] ; K 3137.— [1830] ; K 
3133.— [1930] ; K 3132. © Jan. 28, 
1929; 1 c. each Feb. 26. 

Ideal aeroplane & supply co.. inc., 
New York. 3073,3074 

Ideal Ford tri-motor monoplane, 
flying model. © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 a. 
Feb. 7; I 239. 

Ideal Ford tri motor south pole 
monoplane, full size forming and as- 
sembling layout for. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 7 ; I 240. 



Insurance co. of North America. Phila- 
delphia. 3075-3077 

White fireman discovered protective 
equipment which did not protect. The 
recommending of measures which re- 
duce fire hazards, etc. (In Saturday 
Evening Post, Mar. 2, 1929) © Feb. 
28, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K 3166. 

White fireman reduced a serious 
hazard, etc. (In Saturday Evening 
Post, Feb. 2, 1929) © Jan. 31, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 2; K 2735. 

White fireman's chief opponent is 
indifference. (In Saturday Evening 
Post, Jan. 5, 1929) © Jan. 3, 1929; 

1 c. Jan. 5 ; K 1852. 

International feature service, inc., 
New York. 3078-3090 

Bringing up father. 1928 and 1929. 
© Weekly: 

Dec. 2-30; 1 c. each Dec. 8- Jan. 3; 
K 155027-155031.— Jan. 6-27 ; 1 c. each 
Jan. 10-31 ; K 155032-155035.— Feb. 3- 
24; 1 c. each Feb. 6-28; K 155036- 
155039. 

International filter co., Chicago. 

3091, 3092 
International filter co. chart, 0807, 
0808. © Nov. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each Mar. 
15; I 409, 410. 

International time recording co. of 
New York, New York. 3093 

[Scale chart for calculating the 
number of linear units contained in a 
unit of weight of fabric materials] 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1928 ; I 213. 

Iron fireman mfg. co., Portland, Or. 

3094 
Iron fireman de luxe. © Jan. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; K 3567. 

Irwin (Marvin E.) Douglas, Ariz. 

3095, 3096 
Piney Canon road. © Feb. 1, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 5 ; J 0—1151. 

Trout fishing in White Mountains, 
Arizona. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 5; 
J 0—1152. 

Irwin (Marvin E. ) and Irwin (Wil- 
liam Edward) Douglas, Ariz. 

3097-3106 

10 photographs : 

Along the Apache trail, Ariz., E 4, 
E 12 ; J O— 1350, 1347.— Along the foot 
hills of the Santa Catalina Mts., Ariz., 
E 14; J 0—1354.— Cactus forest of 
southern Arizona, E 10; J O — 1351. — ■ 
Canyon Lake, Ariz., along the Apache 
trail, E (6, 9, 16) ; J 0—1346, 1352, 
1345. — Ever shifting sand dunes near 



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Irwin (Marvin E.) and Irwin (Wil- 
liam Edward) — Continued. 
Yuma, Ariz., E 11 ; J 0—1349.— Foot 
hill country around the Santa Cata- 
lina Mts., Ariz., E 15 ; J O— 1353.— 
Superstition Mt. near Phoenix, Ariz., 
E 5; J 0—1348. © Mar. 12, 1929; 
2 c. each Mar. 19. 

Jacobson (Emil I.) Bellingham, Wash. 

3107 
Baker (Mt.) crevasses on. © Jan. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 11 ; J O— 1184. 

Jaeger (Bernard William) Hoboken. 
N. J. 3108 

J. B. Wm. Jaeger — Radio research 
laboratories, Hoboken, N. J. [Circu- 
lar design with large letter J and 
streaks of lightning] © Nov. 26, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1929; K 2626. 

Jett (Charles W.) Blue Ash, O. 3109 

Aluminun industries, inc., 2416-38 

Beekman st. Cincinnati, O. © Nov. 

15, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1929; J 0—835. 

Johnson (Carl August) Oakland, Calif. 

3110 
Johnson calendar. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 
1929; I 235. 

Johnson (Jessamine Spear) Kirby, 
Mont. 3111, 3112 

Even Bill, the bell wether, likes 
Prince Albert. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 4; J 0—1136. 

Pilot in lead, round-up is on the 
move from Gray Blanket to Sioux 
Pass. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; 
J 0—1137. 

Johnson & son, Boise, Id. 3113 

Boise. Id.. State capitol at night. 
© Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 29; J O— 
1185. 

Johnson-Randolph co., Champaign, 111. 

3114-3120 

[Blue bird] certificate of award, 
form 99-A. © Mar. 24, 1926; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; K 3050. 

Diploma, form 95-B. © Jan. 15. 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; K 3051. 

Diploma of honor, form 98. © Mar. 
15, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1929 ; K 3052. 

Illinois pupils reading circle certifi- 
cate, form 99. © Feb. 1, 1928; 2 c. 
Feb. 4, 1929; K 3049. 

Pupils reading circle certificate, 
form 94-B. © Jan. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 
4, 1929; K 3047. 

[form 98-A] © Jan. 1, 1928 ; 

2 c. Nov. 1 ; K 3048. 



[Red bird certificate of award, form 
92 A] © Feb. 1, 1925; 2 c. Feb. 4, 
1929; K 3046. 

Jones (Russell D.) Chicago. 3121 

DePriest (Oscar) © Feb. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; J 299887. 

Jontzen-Dom co., Cleveland. 

3122, 3123 

Jontzen-Dorn (Miss) © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1929 ; J 0—837. 

Same. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; 

J 0—928. 

Josselyn (Chester E.) Los Angeles. 

3124 
Chart of right and oblique — angled 
triangles. © Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
18; I 152, 

Judson (Everett I.) Long Beach, Calif. 

3125 
Long Beach, Calif., Great marine 
amphitheater and auditorium. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1929; J 0—943. 

Justice (Marion T.) Narberth, Pa. 

3126 
Hill beautiful. © Feb. 6, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 3244. 

Justin (Margaret) Manhattan, Kan. 

3127 

Kansas state college, Campus mappe. 

© Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; K 2483. 

Kansas city star co., Kansas City, Mo. 

3128 

Much needed inventions — canned 

oratory that prevents impromptu 

speeches. © Mar. 10, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 

19 ; K 3618. 

Kay features, inc., New York. 

3129-3131 

Cuddles. American flapper at King 
Arthur's court. © Mar. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 9 ; K 3295. 

Don Key O. T. © Feb. 4, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 12 ; K 2901. 

Lambkins. © Mar. 12, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 16 ; K 3471. 

Keater (George I.) Rochester, N. Y. 

3132 

Transposing key and scale indicator. 

© Mar. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; I 461. 

Kelley (Walter Stuart) Brooklfne, 

Mass. 3133 

Rapid transit lines out of Boston ob- 
tained by electrification of the rail- 
roads, diagramatic plan. Blueprint. 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1929 ; I 303. 



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3210 



Kelley & Stewert co., Brownsville, Pa. 

3134 
Kelley & Stewart brake tester. 
[Chart] © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
16; I 145. 

Kelly (Thomas K.) Minneapolis. 

3135-3148 
Drastic emergency sale, etc. © Jan. 
21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; K 2682. 

Everything must go! © Mar. 25, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 27; K 3601. 

Low prices. Quality merchandise. 
They leave tomorrow. © Mar. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 21; K 3533. 

Prices smashed. © Dec. 23, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; K 1825. 

Store crowded with irresistible bar- 
gains. © Mar. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; 
K 3394. 

Thrilling sweep sale, etc. © Jan. 
24, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; K 2681. 

3 prints : 

[Carpenter pointing at panel] ; K 
3488. — Low prices. Quality merchan- 
dise ; K 3489. — Remodeling sale ; K 
3487. © Mar. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 
18. 

[4 boxes with readings] Special, Big 
value, Buy-save, Thrifty da vs. © Aug. 
13, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1929"; K 2689. 

4 prints : 

Brilliant, flashing, bargains ; K 
3126.— Dollar day; K 3125.— Every 
room in your home can reap the ad- 
vantages of our low sale prices. 
[Furniture ad] ; K 3127.— [Outline of 
dollar] ; K 3128. © Feb, 23, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Feb. 27. 

Kemp (Edward F.) Somerville, Mass. 

3149-3151 

Food for thought. © Oct. 26, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; K 2332. 

Golden glow. © Oct. 26, 1928; 2 c. 
Nov. 17 ; K 2367. 

Solve the luncheon problem. © Oct. 
26, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1929 ; K 2333. 

Kemper-Thomas co., Cincinnati. 

3152^-3206 
[Ambassador of good will] © Jan. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; K 2989. 

27 prints : 

[Adoption of the American flag by 
Washington and congress, Indepen- 
dence Hall, June 14, 1777] — [Afloat 
on opalescent waters] — [Beginners 
luck] — [Bring on your rabbits] — 



[Building the foundation of indepen- 
dence] — [Castles in the air] — [Cus- 
ter's last stand] — [Dainty as a dew- 
drop upon a violet sheen] — [Fairy like 
vision — Mt. Shasta in the sky] — 
[Glorious summertime] — [Good morn- 
ing] — [Hello everybody] — [His chance 
to be a hero] — [Silent night — holy 
night, the night of our Savior's 
birth] — [Italy's Independence day ce- 
lebration at Venice]- — [Just a cottage 
small by a waterfall] — [Little grey 
home in the west] — [My castle of 
dreams] — [Pease, porridge, hot] — 
[Ships that pass in the night] — [Sil- 
very path of dreams] — [There's a 
long, long trail a winding] — [There's 
no place like home] — [There's joy that 
thrills in the sport that fills the gold- 
en days of the hunt] — [This side of 
paradise] — [Wanted — a detour] — 
[Why the big ones get away] © Jan. 
1, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 26; K 2855- 
2881. 

27 prints : 

Aline, 34032, — Beauties of the north- 
land, 34019.— Betty, 34033.— Dorothy, 
34027. — [In a Persian garden] — In 
America's wonderland, 34013. — In Es- 
tes national park, 34022. — In the Cana- 
dian mountains, 34023.— Janet, 34025.— 
[Junetime's carnival of flowers] — 
Katherine. 34035.— Lois, 34036.— Marie, 
34030. — Mildred, 34026. — N a d i n e , 
34034.— Night hath a beauty all her 
own, 34024.— Pike's Peak in the Roc- 
kies. 34014.— Ramona, 34031.— Rise of 
the hunter's moon, 34016. — Rosalie, 
34029.— Ruth, 34028.— Spirit of dawn, 
34021. — Tall peaks and winding stream 
between, 34015. — [Token of good 
luck]— Valley of Content, 34017.— Val- 
ley of the Arabian Nights, 34018.— 
Where the foot of man hath never 
trod, 34020. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 26 ; K 2568-2576, 2594, 2577-2593. 

Kennedy & co., New York. 3207 

i Sospel ; by Hedley Fitton] © Nov. 
1, 1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 26 ; K 2850. 

Kepler studio & gift shop, Lewistown, 
Pa. 3208, 3209 

Bender (Mr.) Tuscarora Valley, 
Port Royal, Pa. © Mar. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 26; J 0—1464. 

Imes (Mr.) Tuscarora Valley, Port 
Royal, Pa. © Mar. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
26; J 0—1448. 

Kerbey (McFall) Washington. 3210 

Map of ye year 1929, A. D. © Dec. 
18, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; K 2129. 



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pt. IV, n. s., v. 24 



Keystone view co., Meadville, Pa. 

3211-3240 

Canyon front of lodge, 32300. © 

Jan. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; J 0—993. 

Grand Canyon lodge : 

Barber shop, 32288.— Curio store 
and soda fountain, 32287. — De luxe 
cabin, 32289.— De luxe cabin, bath- 
room of a, 32292. — De luxe cabin, in- 
terior of, 32290, 32291.— Dining room, 
Grand Canyon national park, 32284. — 
Grand Canyon from the lounge, look- 
nig into, 32283. — Grand Canyon from 
the upper veranda, Grand Canyon na- 
tional park, 32281. — North Rim, Grand 
Canyon national park, 32280. — Lounge, 
32285. — Recreation hall, 32286. — 
Standard guest cabin, 32293.— Stand- 
ard guest cabin, interior of, 32294. — 
Terrace and observation tower, 32282. 
© Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. each Jan. 31, 
1929 ; J 0—966-971, 974, 972, 973, 975, 
977, 976, 979, 980, 982. . 

Hoover (President) taking the oath 
of office, Washington, D. C, 32305. © 
Mar. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; J 0—1414. 

Motor buses at Union Pacific Grand 
Canyon lodge, Grand Canyon national 
park, 32279. © Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 31, 1929; J 0—978. 

Sucking pulque, the republic's na- 
tional drink, Mexico, 23679. © Dec. 
15, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1929; J 0—981. 

Washington, D. C, Capitol with 
throngs gathered for Hoover's inaugu- 
ration, bird's-eye view of, 32306. © 
Mar. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; J 0—1415. 

10 photographs: 

All the delicacies of the season, 
Rome, Italy, 3394. — Annecy, France, 
the Palais de l'isle, 3175. — Chinese 
children at play — The dragon head, 
23969.— Heavy load, Italy, 3391.— Home 
in Bavaria, Germany, 30039. — Naples 
and Vesuvius, Italy, 3390.— Pictur- 
esque Romanesque costumes, Rome, 
Italy, 3389.— Spirit of St. Louis being 
guarded by the U. S., Washington, 
D. C, 32269.— Venice, Italy, the Rialto 
bridge, 3392. — Wee Chinese children at 
play, 23968. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 31 ; J 0—983-992. 

Kiesler (Frederick) New York. 

3241-3244 

All-in-one chair. 2 sheets, blue- 
prints. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1929; I 411. 

Auditoriums consisting of two side- 
walls and ceiling in black, silver or 
gray, conceived for projection in a 
funnel-like shape. Blueprint. © 1 c. 
Feb. 1, 1929 ; I 222. 



Furniture display table comprising 
two main parts 1 & 2. Blueprint. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; J 151. 

Screenoscope and diaphrams. Some 
possible shapes for screen effects. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929 ; I 223. 

King (George A.) Arlington, N. J. 

3245 
Bluebirds. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
8 ; K 1912. 

King feature syndicate, inc., New 
York. 3246-3271 

Barney Google and Spark Plug. 
1928-1929. © Weekly : 

Dec. 2-30 ; 1 c. each Dec. 8- Jan. 3 ; 
K 1897-1901.— Jan. 6-27 ; 1 c. each Jan. 
10-31; K 2906-2909.— Feb. 3-24; 1 c. 
each Feb. 6-2S ; K 3198-3201. 

Tillie the toiler. 1928-1929. © 
Weekly : 

Dec. 2-30 ; 1 c. each Dec. 8-Jan. 3 ; 
K 1892-1896.— Jan. 6-27 ; 1 c. each Jan. 
10-31: K 2910-2913.— Feb. 3-24; 1 c. 
each Feb. 6-28 ; K 3202-3205. 

Kingan (Ernest A. J.) Plymouth, 

Mass. 3272 

Garden gate. © Aug. 6, 1928; 2 c. 
Mar. 2, 1929; J 0—1222. 

Kinsey (Darius) Seattle. 3273-3293 

Cold-deck logging in the mountains 
bordering Sauk River, 133 W. © May 
16, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 5 ; J 0—716. 

High lead logging in Washington, 
Mt. Pilchuck, 5334 ft., picturesque 
view, 134 L. © May 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 5 ; J 0—724. 

Pilchuck (Mt.) height 5334 ft., 223 
F. © May 14, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 5; 
J 0—725. 

Sekiu, showing B-D log dump, bird's- 
eye view. 194 G. © June 18, 1928 : 2 c. 
Dec. 5 ; J O— 750. 

Turn logs approaching steel tower 
skidder, close-up, 127 M. © June 18, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 5 ; J 0—749. 

3 photographs 

Pugh Mt., 7150 ft., 149 C; J O— 
741.— Red Mt., 6930 ft., Bedal Peak 
6500 ft., Sloan Peak 7790 ft., 149 B; 
J O — 743. — U. S. fire trail bridge near 
Darrington, Wash., 280 B ; J 0—742. 
© May 16, 1928 ; 2 c. each Dec. 5. 

6 photographs : 

Diablo (Camp), Wash., bird's-eye 
view, 229 A. — Diablo (Camp) Wash., 
showing rugged mountain slopes, 229 
B. — Diablo Canyon showing gas shov- 
els and auto trucks being used on site 
of Diablo clam below bed of Skagit 
River, 229 E. — Diablo dam, construe- 



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3364 



tion work, panoramic view, 229 G. — 
Logging 2000 ft. across canyon in Cas- 
cade Mts., Wash., 128 C— Skagit 
River playing hide and go seek be- 
tween the narrow walls of Diablo Can- 
yon, 229 D. © Aug. 25, 1928 ; 2 c. each 
Dec. 5; J O— 740, 744, 746-748, 745. 

7 photographs : 

Baker (Mt.) showing green pas- 
tures and still waters, 293 ; J 0—722 — 
Baker (Mt.) where perpetual snow 
and evergreen forests are neighbors, 
292; J 0—721.— Bedal Peak, 6500 ft., 
Sloan Peak, 7790 ft., from Sauk River, 
281 R; J 0—718— Rapid waters in 
Big Creek Canyon near Darrington, 
Wash.. 280 A; J 0—717.— Shucksan 
(Mt.) from Sky Line Ridge, 282; J 
6— 719.— Shucksan (Mt.) Wash., 283; 
J O— 720.— Table Mt. reflected in lake 
at end of Mt. Baker highway, 299; 
J 0—723. © Aug. 3, 1928; 2 c. each 
Dec. 5. 

Kipke (Hans Adalbert) New Orleans. 

3294 
Merry mill [amusement apparatus. 
Blueprint] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929; I 
217. 

Kitchell (Joseph Gray) New York. 

3295 
Composite madonna. © Feb. 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; J 299903. 

Knight (Charles) New York. 3296 

Secure your child a college training 
guaranteed through life insurance. © 
Mar. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; K 3465. 

Koons (Nell) Miami, Fla. 

3297-3299 

Owen (Ruth Bryan) © Jan. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; J 0—1154. 

A, B. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. 

each Jan. 28 ; J 0—937, 938. 

Koop (Arthur Richard) Davidson, 
N. C. 3300, 3301 

Last column falling. © Mar. 22, 
1929; 2 e. Mar. 29; J 0—1461. 

Old Davidson columns. © Mar. 22," 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; J O— 1460. 

Krone bros., Hackensack, N. J. 3302 
Floral units for design in 7th and 
8th grades. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
6; K 2990. 

Kuhn (Archibald) New York. 3303 
Annual fire losses in the U. S. from 
all causes since 1877, for fifty years. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929; I 457. 



Kurze (Walther) Washington, and 

Luclden (Herman) Takoma Park, 

Md. 3304 

Fiat lux ! © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 

11 ; J 299873. 

Kyle (Roy Earl) Dallas. 3305, 3306 
Marriage is supposed to be 50-50 so 

they say. © Oct. 22, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 

3, 1929; K 1794. 

We want to go 50-50. © Oct. 22, 

1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K 1795. 

La Certe (Wilbrod I.) Wausau, Wis. 

3307-3345 

Foxy knap. © Mar. 19, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 20; J O— 1450. 

8 photographs : 

Alert fox, 21; J 0—1397.— Day's 
run, 2; J O — 1400. — Ginseng garden, 
1; J O— 1404.— Henry's home, 37; J 
O — 1401. — Scraping foxes, 15; J O — 
1398.— Season's crop, 25 ; J O— 1402.— 
Trap yard, 18; J 0—1399.— Walter's 
home, 38 ; J O— 1403. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 9. 

30 photographs : 

Among the evergreens. — Anticipat- 
ing fox. — Appraising pelts. — Apprais- 
ing room. — Aristocratic fox. — Busy 
foxes. — Chicken for the fox. — Dress- 
ing pelts. — Drying pelts. — Feeding 
foxes. — Foxes feeding. — Foxey coun- 
cil. — Foxey gossip. — General skinning 
and inspection. — Grouping pelts, — 
Identity and tail splitting. — Inquisi- 
tive foxes. — Lunch time. — Northern 
glories. — On defense. — On guard. — One 
trap. — Playful foxes. — Playing with 
foxes. — Pride of the woods. — Ready 
for shipment. — Rear skinning. — Sitting 
pretty. — Stretching pelts. — Tug of 
meat. © Mar. 19. 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 
20; J 0—1361-1390. 

La Jolla guarantee building-loan assn., 
La Jolla, Calif. 3346 

La Jolla guarantee building-loan as- 
sociation [Emblem] © Nov. 16, 1928 ; 
2 c. Jan. 16, 1929 ; K 2263. 

Lake Erie engineering corp., Buffalo. 

3347 
27 ton Morton pet lick press, general 
arrangement, D-2160. Blueprint. © 
Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; I 228. 

Lambooy label and wrapper co., Kala- 
mazoo, Mich. 3348-3364 

[Cake band. CB-179, CB-257, CB258, 
CB259] © Dec. 12, 1928; 2 c. each 
Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 2996-2999. 

[CB260-CB264. CB266-CB268, 

CB272, CB274, CB279, CB281] © Dec. 
12, 1928; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 1929; K 
3000-3011. 



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Lambooy label and wrapper co. — Con. 

[CB-265] © Dec. 12, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 21, 1929; K 3283. 
Lambuth (B. L.) Seattle. 3365 

Seattle, Wash., business district and 
environs, relief map, 810X. © Jan. 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; J 0—947. 

Lamoreux (George W.) Mount Dora, 
Fla. 3366-3369 

4 photographs : 

Bok (Edward) residence; J O — 
1231.— In the sanctuary ; J 0—1229 — 
Lake from Singing tower; J O — 
1230. — View from Singing tower; J 
O— 1232. © Feb. 28, 1929; 2 c. each 
Mar. 5. 

Lampert (Lincoln M.) Sacramento, 

Calif. 3370 

Contents of a pint of milk. Display 

chart. © Jan. 14, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 7, 

1929 ; J 299848. 

Le Due (Alice Sumner) Minneapolis. 

3371 
Christmas greetings. [Boy holding- 
plate of fruit; dog at right] © Nov. 
10, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1929; K 1957. 

Lee (Ronald C.) New York. 

3372-3374 

[Mannekin head] : 

1. A 2 A.— 2. A 1 A.— 3. A 3 A. © 
Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 24; K 
2492-2494. 

Lehigh Portland cement co., Allentown, 
Pa. 3375-3399 

Home owners handi-man service. © 
Jan. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; K 3263. 

24 prints : 

Another spare. — Are your floors 
rough and shabby? — Burning ques- 
tion. — Cellar damp and leaky? — Com- 
pletely floored. — Concrete garage is a 
fine investment. — Cut coal bills. — Do 
you want to re-roof for the last time? — 
For walls of enduring loveliness. — 
Give it a real home.— Good news for 
crowded cupboards. — How about mak- 
ing an extra bedroom in the attic? — 
How about those shelves you've needed 
so long? — If you want an investment 
in health. — Insulation keeps out win- 
ter cold and summer heat. — Let con- 
crete add value to your property. — 
New buildings made out of old ones. — 
New houses for old. — On the job. — 
Over the top. — Right to your door. — 
Stepping out. — What's a home without 
a fireplace? — Wide choice. © Jan. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 6 ; K 2963-2986. 



Lehmann & Blackstone, New York. 

3400-3405 
[Drawing for embroidery, style S. 
D. A. (3-8)] © 1 c. each Jan. 26, 
1929 ; I 203-208. 

LeSesne (Richard H.) Daytona Beach, 
Fla. 3406-3409 

Campbell (Captain Malcolm) 5426. 
© Feb. 24, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1929; 
J O— 927. 

Golden Arrow. Composite photo. 
© Jan. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 5 ; J 299860. 

Seagraves' Golden Arrow record run, 
7561. © Mar. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; 
J 0—1453. 

Seagrave (Major H. O. D.) 3133. 
© Mar. 26, 1927; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1929; 
J 0—926. 

Lewis (Edward Dudley) Elmira, N. Y. 

3410 

Crank case, oil washer and carbon 

monoxide gas supply for plan no. 5. 

Blueprint. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1929 ; I 186. 

Lewis (Richard Clayton) Fayetteville, 

Ark. 3411 

Wishing U A merry Christmas. © 

Dec. 11, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 31 ; K 2884. 

Life insurance co., of Virginia, Rich- 
mond. 3412 
[Girl in blue] © Nov. 21, 1928; 
2 c. Feb. 6, 1929 ; K 2753. 

Lilly (William) New York. 3413-3416 

Cliff dwelling motorcars. © Dec. 
21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; J 299844. 

Entrance to Sydney Harbor. © Dec. 
27, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929; J 299846. 

Fishermen, Lake Taupo, N. Z. © 
Dec. 21, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929: J 
299845. 

Three Sisters, Blue Mts., N. S. W., 
Australia. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
4, 1929; J 299847. 

Lincoln (Walter Gould) Los Angeles. 

3417 
Church stamp. [Design for] church 
stamp. © Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; 
K 2765. 

Lincoln mortgage co., Los Angeles. 

3418-3476 

[Floor plan of house] : 

105-E, alternate. First floor plan ; 
I 111.— 105-E. First floor plan; I 
112.— 105-E. Second floor plan; I 
113.— 105-S, alternate. First floor 
plan ; I 100.— 105-S. First floor plan ; 
I 101.— 105-S. Second flcor plan; I 
102. © Oct. 16, 1928; 1 c. each Nov. 
26; 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1929. 



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[Floor plan of house] : 

111-E. First floor plan— 111-E. 
Second floor plan. 118-S. First floor 
plan. 118-S. Second floor plan. © 
Oct. 16, 1928; 1 c. each Nov. 6 ; 1 c. 
each Jan. 8, 1929 ; I 116, 117, 124, 125. 

[Floor plan of house, 101-E, 101- 
E-A, 102-S, 102-S-A, 103-E, 104-E, 
104-S, 106-E, 106-S, 109-E] © Oct. 
16, 1928; 1 c. each Nov. 26; 1 c. each 
Jan. 8, 1929; I 93, 94, 96, 95, 97-99, 
103, 114, 115. 

[Floor plan of house, 112-E, 112-S, 
114-S, 115-E, 116-S. 117-E] © Oct. 
16, 1928; 1 c. each Nov. 6; 1 c. each 
Jan. 8, 1929; I 118-123. 

[House, 101-E, 102-S, 103-E, 104-E. 
104-S, 105-E, 105-S, 106-E, 106-S, 
109-E] © Oct. 16, 1928; 1 c. each 
Nov. 26 ; 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1929 ; I 104- 
108, 126, 109, 110, 127, 128. 

[House 110-S, M-113-S. 119-S, 
120-S, perspective] © Oct. 16, 1928; 
2 c. each Mar. 23, 1929 ; I 434, 437, 443, 
446. 

[House 110-S, 118-C. S., 118-S Rev., 
119-S, 120-S, First floor plan] © Oct. 
16, 1928; 2 c. each Mar. 23, 1929; 
I 436, 439, 440, 444, 447. 

[Second floor plan] © Oct. 16, 

1928; 2 c. each Mar. 23, 1929; I 435, 
441, 442, 445, 448. 

[House, 111-E, 112-E, 112-S, 114-C, 
115-E, 116-S, 117-E, 118-S] © Oct. 
16, 1928; 1 c. each Nov. 6; 1 c. each 
Jan. 8, 1929 ; I 129-136. 

[House 113-S, floor plan] © Oct. 
16, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1929 ; I 438. 

Lincl (Frank) Gardiner, Mont. 3477 
Republic Mountain, Cooke, Mont. © 
Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; J 40. 

Linke (Francis J.) Elmira, N. Y. 

3478, 3479 

Improved system of removing ladder 
equipment from sides of aerial or hook 
and ladder service fire trucks. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1929 ; I 307. 

Supercharger for all types of gaso- 
line motors. Blueprint. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1929 ; I 254. 

Logan toy works, Chillicothe, O. 3480 

[Cut-out sheet for toy airplane] © 

Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929 ; I 70'. 

Loose Wiles biscuit co., Kansas City, 
Mo. 3481-3484 

4 prints : 

[Day dreams, 6] ; K 2891.— [Peace, 
5] ; K 2890. — [Polly wants a cracker, 
8] ; K 2892.— [Token, 7] ; K 2893. © 
Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 11. 

47157—29 5 61 



Lopes (Hypolite) New Orleans. 3485 
Benedicto (8.) © Dec. 1, 1928; 
2 c. Dec. 10 ; K 1808. 

Lorey (Gustave) Albany. 3486 

Motherhood. © Feb. 23, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 5; J 0—1319. 

Los Angeles examiner, Los Angeles. 

3487, 3488 

Craven (Frank) author-star in The 
19th hole. © Dec. 30, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1929; K 1882. 

This has often been the real basis 
of a divorce which was granted on 
quite different grounds. © Sept. 16, 
1928; 1 c. Sept. 26; K 3547. 

Lumbermens mutual casualty co., Chi- 
cago. 3489-3496 

Look — before you back. L-M-C au- 
tomobile safety bulletin, 103. © Jan. 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 11 ; K 3348. 

Runaway car. L-M-C automobile 
safety bulletin, 104. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 
2 c. Mar. 11 ; K 3347. 

6 prints : 

Face the belt — grip the handle with 
both hands when riding the manlift, 
83 ; K 2390.— Look out for those rolls, 
Mr. Miller, 84; K 2391.— Manlifts are 
not intended to carry freight, 82; K 
2389. — Pile flour sacks carefully and 
prevent broken backs, 85; K 2392.— 
Use trucking plates like this at load- 
ing docks, 86 ; K 2393.— Where do you 
put the grain car doors you remove, 
81; K 2388. © Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. 
each Jan. 21. 

Lund (Andrew) San Francisco. 

3497-3512 

Formation of effects, fig. 52. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929 ; I 464. 

Process of earth developed geomet- 
rically according to the problem of the 
least possible number, fig. 15. © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929; I 463. 

14 drawings: 

Complete cycle of a body in process, 
or the full development of six in one 
as seven, 31 ; I 279. — Development 
numerically, or the three elements in 
one as four, or six in one as seven, 
13a. Three causes, three means and 
three effects in one, equalling nine in 
that one or ten altogether, 13b; I 
276. — Image of a voice or the word 
I H V H developed as the god-head, 
or Hebrew philosophy outlined by 
cause, means and effect, 25 ; I 269. — • 
Natural development of natures means 
(nitrogen) relative to the gaste, 25. 
Process of the body relative to a posi- 
tive, neutral or negative condition, 26. 



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3513 



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Lund (Andrew) — Continued. 
Fundamental process of metal forma- 
tion, or the original earth crust, 27 ; 
I 268. — Process grammatically speak- 
ing, 36; I 272. — Process of a sun as 
means to a planetary development and 
the uttermost materialization of the 
process toward prior and ultimate 
cause, 29 ; I 270. — Process of color rel- 
ative to the elements involved, 19. 
Process developed mathematically, 20. 
Biblical process, 21 ; I 281. — Process 
of common sense, 51b. Process of the 
senses, 51a ; I 280.— Process of I H V 
H, or Hebrew philosophy outlined sci- 
entifically, or by cause, means and 
effect, 37; I 278.— Process of law, or 
a trial, 10 ; I 2771. — Process of life and 
reproduction. Three causes, means 
and effects in the one prior and ulti- 
mate cause, making nine in that one, 
or ten altogether, 33-34; I 275. — Proc- 
ess of metal detailed, 28 ; I 271. — Proc- 
ess of truth, 9 ; I 274. — Six in one 
elements necessary to the process of 
law or a trial, 38 ; I 273. © 1 c. each 
Feb. 16, 1929. 

McBee-Ladewich co., Mansfield, O. 

3513-3530 

Monument : 

2122, Merriman; J 0—961.— 2123, 
Cadman; J O— 960.— 2124, Malone; J 
0—959.— 2125, Kenyon; J 0—958.— 
2126, Archer; J 0—957.— 2127, New- 
Ion ; J 0—956.— 2128, Courtney ; J O— 
955.— 2129, Dorian; J 0—954.— 2130, 
Willis; J 0—953.— 2131, Ditwiler ; J 
0—952.— 2132, Dannemiller; J O— 
950.— 2133, Dannemiller ; J 0—951. © 
Jan. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 31. 

Monument 2072, Carpenter. © Dec. 
29, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1929; J O— 
965. 

Monument 2109, Grandon. © Dec. 
-20, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1929; J 0—964. 

Monument 2114, Hancock. © Jan. 4, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; J 0—963. 

Monument 2118, Sheaffer. © Jan. 4, 
1929; 2 c. Jan. 31; J 0—962. 

Monument 2121, Hainer. 2119 
Houpt. 2120 Downer. © Dec. 20, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; J 0—948. 

Monument 2134, Hancock. © Jan. 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; J 0—949. 

McClmtic-Marshall co. of Calif., Los 
Angeles. 3531 

[Towers, track supports and boom 
supports for concrete distributing 
plant for dam operations, general ar- 
rangement] Blueprint. © 1 c. Jan. 
14, 1929; I 141. 



McDonald (Helen French) San Fran- 
cisco. 3532 
Secret of longevity, cancer, catalysis, 
the cause, nature and prevention of 
the generative diseases. The twins 
oxygen and carbon monoxide gas. © 

1 c. Mar. 7, 1929; I 465. 

McDonald (Marie W.) Columbia, S. C. 

3533-3537 

Course III, part 3 : 

Dog and rabbit. — Elephant, — Jap- 
anese lantern. Mexican jar. Chinese 
kite. — May basket. Mother's day 
card.— Mexican dolls. © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 

2 c. each Feb. 7 ; K 3253-3257. 

McDonnell (J. Philip) Detroit. 3538 

[Swimming barge to be constructed 

of wood over metal pontoon, 187-D. 

Blueprint] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; I 224. 

McGee (William H.) Los Angeles. 

3539 
Knowledge gained today will make 
tomorrow's work a pleasure. © Jan. 
25, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 2; K 2733. 

McKenzie (R. C.) Beaver, Pa. 3540 
Bethany college, Bethany, W. Va. 
© Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 30; J O— 
944. 

McKnight (Franklin C.) Sulphur 
Springs, Ark. 3541, 3542 

[Musical trumpet player] © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1929; I 140. 

[Sight casting telegraph, called 1915 
scratcher] © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; I 
298. 

McNair (David G.) San Antonio, Tex. 

3543 

Life's secret revealed thru Chester- 
field. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1929; J O— 1026. 
McQueen bacteria co., Baltic, O. 3544 

Pea root nodules produced by Mc- 
Queen's inoculator. © Jan. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 28 ; K 2627. 

Malatos (Samuel) Truckee, Calif. 

3545 
Malatos (Sam) Alaskan dog team. 
© Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 28; J O— 
936. 

Mallison (Henry) Barry ville, N. Y. 

3546-3554 

Barryville, N. Y. : 

And suspension bridge, view of. — 
Bird's-eye view of. — Half way bridge, 
Brook road. — Half way Brook Falls. — 
Half way Brook Lake. — Moonlight on 
the Delaware. — Suspension bridge over 
the Delaware River, view of. — View 



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3613 



from bluff. — View from bluff, Barry- 
ville in distance. © Mar. 15, 1929; 
2 c. each Mar. 22; J 0—1412, 1405- 
1409, 1413, 1410, 1411. 

Manahan (William H.) jr. Hillsboro, 
N. H. 3555 

Dinosaur, 1929. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 8; J 0—1311. 

Manson (James B.) Crawfordsville, 
Ind. 3556 

Flanders poppies. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1929; J 0—1392. 

Marion-Kelly co., Des Moines. 

3557-3608 

52 prints : 

All that David had on the big fel- 
low in that memorable battle was a 
slingshot full of confidence, etc., 22. — 
Biggest failures in life are those who 
fail to analyze their mistakes, etc., 
36. — Carelessness makes a pile of 
waste, etc., 14. — Conceit and egotism 
have been the downfall of many a good 
man, 43. — Constructive criticism comes 
only from those who have our interests 
at heart, 24. — Courage and determina- 
tion overcome obstacles, etc., 30. — De- 
ception is like a cracked pitcher, etc., 
20. — Did it ever strike you that free- 
dom of speech guaranteed by the Con- 
stitution is not a license to peddle evil 
gossip, 17. — Effort hitched to ability, 
etc., 48. — Every grudge contains dyna- 
mite, etc., 50. — Excuses never finish a 
job, 7. — Experience saves time, trou- 
ble, effort, 41. — Failure to credit others 
with knowing their business is as dan- 
gerous as playing with a gun you think 
isn't loaded, 31. — Faulty work is like 
a boomerang, etc., 44. — Food for 
thought, 34. — Forgetting and overlook- 
ing keep the ambulance, fire depart- 
ment and bankruptcy court working 
overtime, etc., 3. — Get this, 10. — Good- 
enoughs of yesterday are not good 
enough for today, 33. — Good tip — 
smile — it pays, 42. — Habit is the steer- 
ing wheel that guides our destiny, etc., 
39. — Harping on the past is the dis- 
cord that puts one in the discard, 
51. — Hello folks this is station Know 
Thyself Know Success, etc., 1. — His- 
tory of success is the history of re- 
solving to do a thing, etc., 45. — Indif- 
ference results in waste of time, en- 
ergy, materials, etc., 12. — Initiative 
and perseverance crack the hard ones, 
46. — It takes two to saw this log, 6. — 
It wasn't raining when Noah built the 
ark, 32.— Jot this down, 27.— Keep fit, 
good health is an economic necessity, 
26. — Knocker: a species of large cock- 



roach able to produce a loud knocking 
sound, 15. — Loyalty is the willingness 
to do your duty, etc., 11. — Man of punc- 
tuality is the man of the hour, 25. — 
Meddling is poor business, it incurs ill 
will, 4. — Mountain climbers reach the 
top of the highest peaks by pulling 
each other up, 35. — Odd moments 
played an important part in the suc- 
cess of self made men, 19. — Organiza- 
tion is a machine, etc., 37. — Put your- 
self in the boss' shoes, 40. — Putting 
things off isn't putting them over, it 
indicates inefficiency, 38. — Riding your 
hobby during working hours won't get 
you anywhere, 29. — Spend all, save 
some, etc., 21. — Stepping-stones to a 
bigger and better job, 9. — Success isn't 
horseshoe luck, 49. — Suggesting ideas 
shows your interest in your work, 16. — 
To get you must give, 47. — Untidiness 
advertises incompetency and lack of 
self-respect, 18. — When a fellow says 
the world owes me a living he's right, 
etc., 2. — When a job elsewhere begins 
to look better than yours think of the 
fable of the dog and the bone, 5. — 
When you lose your head you lose the 
thing that contains everything you 
need, 23. — Wisdom admits a fault, 
courage corrects it, determination 
cashes in on it, 52. — Worry, despair, 
fear, gloom the four horsemen of 
wrack and ruin, etc., 8. — Write this 
on your slate, etc., 13. — You can always 
tell a big man by his little acts of kind- 
ness and courtesy, 28. © Jan. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 28 ; K 2628-2679. 

Marion studio, Lowell, Mass. 3609 

Tighe {Very Rev. Lawrence F.) O. 
M. I., A. B. © Feb. 27, 1929; 2 c. 
each Mar. 5; J 0—1226, 1227. 

Martin (Henry) sr., Wyoming, R. I. 

3610 
Patria. © Oct. 3, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
19, 1929 ; K 3349. 

Martin (Saluda) Ft. Worth. 3611 

[Forms and instructions for book 
covers. Blueprint] © Jan. 21, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 25 ; I 242. 

Martin-Loomis Corp., Long Beach, 

Calif. 3612 

Oil fire at Santa Fe Springs, Calif., 

night view. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; J 

O— 847. 

Mason (F. E.) & sons, Batavia, N. Y. 

3613 
Draw (roughly) in this space and 
return to us. [Ranger with gun] © 
Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 4 ; K 2987. 



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3614 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Mather & co., Chicago. 3614-3690 

25 prints: 

Almost right is wrong, 14 ; K 3503. — 
Anything overlooked, 7; K 3505. — Are 
you worthy, 75 ; K 3509. — Do you ex- 
plode, 39 ; K 3520.— Father of his coun- 
try, 74; K 3510. — Heading where. 47; 
K 3516.— Hungry, 71 ; K 3512.— I pro- 
tect my pay by not wasting material, 
35 ; K 3523.— Leak in the tank, 43 ; K 
3517.— Let us be thankful, 77; K 
3507.— Look out, 40 ; K 3519.— Making 
sure makes a hit, 13 ; K 3504. — Masks 
off, 58; K 3524.— Open season, 36; K 
3522.— Round 'em up, 64; K 3514.— 
Shoot, 72; K 3512.— Spike it, 37; K 
3521.— To you and yours, 78; K 
3506.— Watch your step, 61 ; K 3515.— 
What do you reap, 42 ; K 3518.— Who 
likes him, 28 ; K 3501.— Who said can't, 
34; K 3500. — You are proud of Amer- 
ica — is America proud of you, 76; K 
3508.— Your best bet, 24; K 3502.— 
Your new year, 73 ; K 3511. © Feb, 28, 
1929; 2 c. each Mar. 18. 

52 prints : 

All clear ahead, 6. — Are you feeling 
fit, 9. — Balking is lagging, 65. — Bull's- 
eye, 27. — Circle chasers, 63. — Diving 
for success, 59. — Don't touch me, 44. — 
Everywhere is nowhere, 21. — Favor- 
ites, 38.— Funny, 49.— Hands off, 19.— 
Have you a good idea, 54. — He merely 
struts, 70. — Heading ahead, 53 — I 
heard, 50. — In his element, 49. — In the 
running, 20. — It may be right, 8. — It's 
easy, 17. — Jumpy, 55. — Lazy man's 
luck, 57. — Lest we forget, 66. — Let's 
clear the air, 3. — Many heads beat one, 
45. — Mighty small but mighty, 11. — 
Next Monday, 1. — No room for gloom, 
56. — One iron in the fire, 32. — Out in 
front, 33.— Out of the running, 60.— 
Over the plate, 29. — Perfect finish, 
46. — Ready to spring, 51. — Right-of- 
way, 26. — Rough going, 4. — Scene: any 
office, 69. — Spick and span, 62. — 
Straight as an arrow, 41. — Straight 
through, 18.— Strut your stuff, 23.— 
Suppose he forgot, 12. — Teamwork, 
52. — There it goes, 30. — There's a bet- 
ter way, 68.— To the last ditch, 31.— 
Touchdown, 25. — Well-earned rest, 
67. — What's your score, 2. — Why bow 
your back, 22. — Wish or work, 15. — 
Worry bags no game, 5. — Your best 
friend, 16. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 23, 1929 ; K 2430-2481. 
Maxfield (Harold Arthur) Worcester. 

3691, 3692 

Load, temperature rise chart. © 
Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; I 262. 

% full load output and loss chart. 
© Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 15; I 263. 



Maxwell (Samuel Vance) Chicago. 

3693 
Sonny. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; J O — 
846. 

Meneely bell co., Troy, N. Y. 

3694, 3695 

Frigate Constitution bell. © 1 c. 
Dec. 22, 1928 ; J 0—868. 

Lincoln memorial bell. © 1 c. Dec. 
22, 1928 ; J 0—869. 

Merfeld & Donner, kunstverlag, Leip- 
zig. 3696 
Scheherazade Die marchen der tau- 
send und einen nacht (Sheherzade. 
Arabian nights entertainments) ; von 
Hans Stubenrauch. © Oct. 26, 1928; 
1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; K 3429. 

Merrill (William E.) Brookline, Mass. 

3697-3714 

7 photographs: 

Autumn smiles. — Fantastic snow 
scene. — Haying. — Rockport harbor. — 
Spring is coming. — Watching the art- 
ist. — Windy day. © 1 c. each Jan. 16, 
1929; J 0—852-858. 

11 photographs: 

After sunset. — After the storm. — 
Bathers. — Bit of old France. — Happy 
in chilly water. — Low tide. — Reminder 
of old England. — Shadows on the 
snow. — Sunshine after the snow 
storm. — Typical New England in win- 
ter. — Winter garden. © 1 c. each Feb. 
9, 1929; J 0—1162-1172. 

Metal finishers' machine co., Cleveland. 

3715 
Grinding machine with flexible roller 
carriage, 404. Blueprint. © Aug. 6, 
1928 ; 2 c. Oct. 19 ; I 305. 

Metropolitan life insurance co., New 
York. 3716, 3717 

Left-behinds. (In McCall's Maga- 
zine, Apr., 1929) © Mar. 10, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 6 ; K 3291. 

Two sets or three? (In McCall's 
Magazine, Mar., 1929) © Feb. 10, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 4 ; K 2738. 

Metropolitan newspaper service, New 

York. 3718-3832 

Ella Cinders, 1928-1929. © Daily: 

Dec. 17-31; 1 c. each Jan. 14; K 

2354-2359, 2365, 2360, 2339, 2361, 2362, 

2341, 2363, 2366, 2364.— Jan. 1-15, 20; 

1 c. each Jan. 26; K 2603-2607, 2600, 

2608, 2610, 2612, 2614, 2616, 2618, 2601, 

2620, 2622, 2602.— Jan. 16-19, 21-31; 

1 c. each Feb. 7; K 2935, 2937, 2939, 

2941, 2943, 2945, 2947, 2949, 2951, 2953, 



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no. 1, 1929 



3872 



2934. 2955, 2957, 2959, 2961.— Feb. 1-15, 
17; 1 c. each Feb. 28; K 3169, 3171, 

3195, 3173, 3175, 3177, 3179, 3181, 3183, 

3196, 3185, 3187, 3189, 3191, 3193, 3197. 
Good Time Guy, 1928-1929. © 

Daily : 

Dec. 17-22. 24-29, 31 ; 1 c. each Jan. 
14 ; K 2343-2349, 2340, 2350, 2351, 2342, 
2352, 2353.— Jan. 1-5, 7-12, 14, 15 ; 1 c. 
each Jan. 26; K 2595-2599, 2609, 2611, 
2613, 2615, 2617, 2619, 2621, 2623.— 
Jan. 16-19, 21-26, 28-31 ; 1 c. each Feb. 
7 ; K 2936, 2938, 2940', 2942, 2944, 2946, 
2948, 2950, 2952, 2954, 2956, 2958, 2960, 
2962.— Feb. 1, 2, 4-9, 11-15; 1 c. each 
Feb. 28; K 3170, 3172, 3174, 3176, 
3178, 3180', 3182, 3184, 3186, 3188, 3190, 
3192, 3194. 

Metzger (Arthur S.) Independence, 

Mo. 3833 

Coming events cast their shadows. 

© Dec. 13, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 15 ; K 2514. 

Meyer (J. Frank) doing business as 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 3834 

Canutt (Yakima) and his trained 

horse, Boy, W 837. © Oct. 25, 1928; 

2 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; J O— 802. 

Michigan mutual liability co., Detroit. 

3835 
Constructive safety. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1929; I 187. 

Midland film co., Chicago. 3836-3843 
[Son of man, A-H] © Feb. 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Mar. 9; K 3371-3378. 

Midwest metal art co., Cincinnati. 

3844 
Wrought iron gate of the Italian 
design, 330. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1929: I 
258. 

Miller (C. Edward) Independence, Mo. 

3845 
Cowdery (Oliver) © Feb. 1, 1929: 
2 c. Feb. 9; J 0—1161. 

Miller (Clyde S.) Tulsa, Okl. 3846 
Discharge of pipe lines. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; I 85. 

Miller (Walter P.) Seattle. 3847-3851 
Joseph Dollar (Ship) 9766, 9767, 

9776. © Feb. 19, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 

25; J 0—1335-1337. 

9768, 9775. © Feb. 19, 1929; 

2 c. each Feb. 25 ; J 0—1203, 1204. 

Mills novelty co., Chicago. 3852-3855 
Play ball. A game of skill, fcrms 
CC 136, CC 136-2, CC 142. © June 3, 
1927 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1929 ; K 3617, 3614, 
3615. 



Try a package of Home runs, etc., 
form CC-136-1. © June 3, 1927 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 6, 1929; K 3616. 

Misrow (Joseph C.) Hollywood, Calif. 

3856 
Togesha chart of concentration. © 
Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; K 2930. 

Mitchell fashion co., inc., New York. 

3857-3859 

American ladies' tailor. 1929 spring 
& summer 1929. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 17; K 2414. 

Mitchell fashions. Spring and sum- 
mer 1929. Supplement to Sartorial art 
journal, A, B. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each Feb. 9 ; K 2S88, 2889. 

Moderner kunst-verlag, g. m. b. h., Ber- 
lin. 3860, 3861 

Gesellige unterhaltung. (Open air 
entertainment) 150; von Watteau. © 
Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1929; K 
3432. 

Liebesfest. (Reunion of love) 151; 
von Watteau. © Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929; K 3433. 

Moeiler (Ludwig) Luebeck, Germany. 

3862, 3863 

Amaryllis; von Walther Gasch. © 
Feb. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb, 15 ; K 3287. 

[Blumen in vase (Flowers)]; von 
Auguste Renoir. © Mar. 1, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 15 ; K 3496. 

Monroe calculating machine co., inc., 
Orange, N. J. 3864-3867 

Alibi Ike. 1928-1929. ©: 

Dec. 21: 2 c. Jan. 4; K 1847.— Dec. 
28 : 2 c. Jan. 4 ; K 1848.— Jan. 30 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 5 ; K 2740.— Feb. 26 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; 
K 3279. 

Montgomery ( Charles Alexander ) New 
York. 3868 

U. S. A. safe with Hoover. © Aug. 
28, 1928 : 2 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; K 2385. 

Moore (Edward Talcott) Syracuse, 

N. Y. 3869 

Edmoore power demand limitator, 

model 1-AB. Blueprint. © Jan. 10, 

1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 19 ; I 372. 

Moore dry kiln co., Jacksonville, Fla. 

3870 
Barefoot, philosopher. © Jan. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; K 3122. 

Moreau (Joseph E.) Aberdeen, Wash. 

3871, 3872 

Genteel clouds. © Feb. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 23 ; J 31. 

Posing. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
18 ; J 32. 



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3873 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Morehead (J. 0.) Pittsburgh. 3873 
Architectural perspective ; diagonal 
method for perspective plan, © Mar. 
14, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 19; I 420. 

Morris paper mills, Chicago. 

3874-3878 

[Boulevard design, 34. Boulevard 
scene of lady figures] © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 28 ; K 3548. 

4 prints: 

Fall; K 3056.— Spring ; K 3054.— 
Summer ; K 3055.— Winter ; K 3057. © 
Dec. 29, 1928; 1 c. each Dec. 26; 1 c. 
each Jan. 28, 1929. 

Morton & co., San Francisco. 3879 
All-star East vs. All-star West foot- 
ball game, Kezar stadium, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., Dec. 29, 1928. © Dec. 
31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; J 0—836. 

Morton manufacturing co., Chicago. 

3880-3891 

Are we in danger of fire? H-8. © 
Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3296. 

I'm about through with that old 
bus. A-8. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
9 ; K 3297. 

Is a mechanic a salesman? A-48. 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3298. 

Like a breath of fresh air. H-24. 
© Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 9; K 3299. 

Making friends. H-48. © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3300. 

New business. H-27. © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3301. 

Noise. H-34. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 9 ; K 3302. 

Other department. H-36. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3303. 

Spic-and-span. H-52. © Feb. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3304. 

That's a good buy. A-ll. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3305. 

When customers complain — tell us. 
H-26. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 
3307. 

Your first day on the job. H-12. © 
Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 9 ; K 3306, 
Moth aircraft corp., New York. 3892 

[Moth insignia] © Jan. 20, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 21 ; K 3544. 

Moulin (Gabriel) San Francisco. 

3893-3896 

San Francisco 1 , Calif., apartment dis- 
trict through a steel frame. © Feb. 
26, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 6; J O— 1250. 

business district through a steel 

frame. © Feb. 26, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 6; 
J 0—1249. 



Skyline with Sir Francis Drake 
hotel, 2665. © Jan. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
17 ; J O— 863. 

Villa by the Golden Gate, San Fran- 
cisco. © Feb. 12, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 18; 
J O— 1192. 

Mowell (William O.) Dallas. 3897 

Wait one minute. Think and oblige. 
© 1 c. Mar. 26, 1929; J 0—1446. 

Multibestos co., Walpole, Mass. 

3898-3901 

4 prints : 

But why the anchor, A-241. — Er-r-r- 
what would you suggest I do about 
this, A-242. — Portrait of a care-free 
motorist, A-243. — Really, I couldn't 
help it, etc., A-240. © Mar. 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Mar. 25 ; K 3562-3565, 

Muray (Nickolas) New York. 

3902-3915 

St. Denis (Ruth) 1-13. © Mar. 1, 
1929; 2 c. each Mar. 23; J O 1419- 
1431. 

Sarah. © Dec. 17, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
18; J 0—738. 

Murphy (Thomas D.) co., Red Oak, 
la. 3916 

[Spirit of discovery] © Mar. 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; K 3545. 
Myers (Hiram) New York. 3917,3918 

Armstrong (Lady) 55363. © Mar. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; J 0—1324. 

Church of the Heavenly rest. © 
Jan. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; J O— 1150. 

Myrrohl chemical co., San Francisco. 

3919, 3920 

Myrrohl smiling tooth army. [Let- 
terhead] © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
26 ; K 3059. 

Myrrohl tooth brush army. [Let- 
terhead] © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
26; K 3058. 
Nash (Grace) San Antonio. 3921 

San Antonio, Tex., from the air. © 
Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; J 299867. 
National trade extension co., inc., New 
York. 3922 

Save these airplane coupons. [Air- 
plane in rectangular border] © May 
10, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; K 2696. 

National tuberculosis assn., New York. 

3923-3928 
[Early diagnosis campaign poster] : 
Radiant health protects against tu- 
berculosis ; K 3078. — Tuberculosis. 
Early discovery, early recovery; K 
3076. — Tuberculosis. Let your doctor 
decide ; K 3077. © Feb. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Feb. 21. 



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3990 



3 prints : 

Buy Christmas seals! Fight tuber- 
culosis. [11 x 14 poster] ; K 1833.— 
Buy Christmas seals ! Fight tubercu- 
losis. [1928 car card] ; K 1832.— Her 
cargo full of countless wealth of joy 
and hope and human health; K 1831. 
© Nov. 30, 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 6. 

Natural eyesight institute, inc., Los 
Angeles. 3929 

Eye coordination chart. © Nov. 21, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1929 ; I 371. 

Naudin (Gerard) Paris. 3930 

Beethoven (Ludwig v.) © Jan. 11, 
1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; K 3165. 

Naulty (Edwin Fairfax) Naulty (Les- 
lie Fairfax) and Naulty (Nancy 
Washington) Washington. 

3931-3933 
Fairnault all-steel, elevated, metal 
grille flight-ways airport system ori- 
ented Boiling Field, Washington, D. C. 
project. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1929; I 247. 

Fairnault elevated, all-steel, metal 
grille flightways system for airports. 
Gravelly Point project for Washington 
Harbor. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929 ; I 225. 

Washington Harbor all-steel air- 
port system, various sites. © 1 c. Feb. 
8, 1929 ; I 246. 

Neely ( Samuel L. ) Kansas City, Mo. 

3934 
Pl'mb. level raftr. survey. [Index 
gravity print] © Mar. 7, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 8; I 456. 

Nelson (Thomas) & sons. New York. 

3935-3940 

6 prints : 

Case of multiple polyps at vesical 
orifice projecting into bladder ante- 
riorly. B. U. I. 14697, plate 2; K 
1799. — Cyst of the prostate springing 
from anterior wall and projecting into 
bladder. B. U. I. 14702, plate 1; K 
1798. — Cystoscopic pictures obtained 
with right-angle telescope in a case of 
small median lobe hypertrophy ; lateral 
lobes normal, plate 4; K 1801. — Dia- 
gram showing common sites of apen- 
diceal abscesses both primary and sec- 
ondary, and usual routes of further 
spread of the suppuration, plate 2 ; K 
1796. — Diagram showing common sites 
of right lower quadrant apendiceal 
abscesses and their relation to varia- 
tions in location of the appendix, plate. 
1; K 1797. — Prostatic hypertrophy. 
Large left lateral. Small median 
pushed to right (patient's) B. U. I. 
10674, plate 3; K 1800. © Aug. 23, 
1928; 2 c. each Jan. 2, 1929. 



New York consolidated card co., Long 
Island City, N. Y. 3941, 3942 

Don. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb, 19 ; 
K 3029. 

Donna. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
19; K 3030. 

New York graphic society, inc., New 
York. 3943 

[Cat's pa] © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 13 ; K 3492. 

New York state society of professional 
engineers and land surveyors, New 
York. 3944 

New York state society of profes- 
sional engineers and land surveyors, 
first annual convention, etc., Mar. 28, 
1928. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1929 ; J 0—994. 

New York stock exchange, New York. 

3945-3948 

New trading post on floor of New 
York stock exchange : 

Front view; J 23. — Inside view; J 
25.— Side view ; J 24. © Mar. 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 9. 

New York stock exchange, Commit- 
tee of arrangements, 8th annual dinner 
of the, to the employees who have par- 
ticipated in the various sports during 
the season 1927-1928. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. Mar. 20; J O— 1360'. 

Newcomb spring corp., Brooklyn. 

3949, 3950 
Newcomb springs chart B, C. © 
Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1929 ; 
K 1922, 1923. 

Newcomer (Everett D.) Phoenix, Ariz. 

3951 
Montazuma well, 125. © July 16, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; J 0—764. 

Newspaper feature service, inc., New 
York. 3952-3977 

Dumb Dora. 1928-1929. ©Weekly: 

Dec. 2-30 ; 1 c. each Dec. 8- Jan. 3 ; 
K 1907-1911.— Jan. 6 ; 1 c. Jan. 10 ; K 
3532.— Jan. 13-27; 1 c. each Jan. 19- 
31 ; K 3100-3102.— Feb. 3-24 ; 1 c. each 
Feb. 6-28; K 3206-3209. 

Polly and her pals. 1928-1929. © 
Weekly : 

Dec. 2-30; 1 c. each Dec. 8- Jan. 3; 
K 1902-1906.— Jan. 6-27 ; 1 c. each Jan. 
10-31; K 3022-3025.— Feb. 3-24; 1 c. 
each Feb. 6-28 ; K 3210-3213. 

Nichols (Ruth Alexander) Westfield, 
N. J. 3978-3990 

Greatest book in the world. © Feb. 
9, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 11 ; K 3021. 

[Little girl playing piano.] © Feb. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; K 3322. 



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Nichols (Ruth Alexander) — Contd. 

Making disciples of all nations. © 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 2 ; K 3268. 

[Parents saying goodbye to children] 
© Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; K 3222. 

Sometimes strangers come to your 
house. [Child being kind to a guest] 
© Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; K 3028. 

3 prints : 

[Child returning from errand for 
neighbor] ; K 3225. — Primary children 
thought the nursery class was the best 
part of Sunday school. [Panel of 
children] ; K 3224.— What are the chil- 
dren in this picture doing? [Children 
playing under tree ; little girl in swing, 
etc.]; K 3223. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each Feb. 12. 

5 prints: 

Accidents.— Evening prayer. — For 
Mother's day. — Gardeners. — Grand- 
mother's welcome. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 
c. each Feb. 7 ; K 3234-3238. 
Nicholson (Charles F) Rochester, 
N. Y. 3991, 3992 

Peerless photo oil colors. [Profes- 
sional outfit, 1, 2] © Jan. 29, 1920 ; 2 
c. each Feb. 4 ; K 3366, 3367. 

Niebergall (Ernst) Sandusky, O. 

3993, 3994 
Knotty walnut, A, B. © Dec. 31, 
1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 23, 1929 ; J 299899, 
299900. 

Noble (Pierre) New York. 3995 

Brooklyn bridge. © Nov. 16, 1928; 

2 c. Dec. 13 ; J O— 803. 

Noll (Arthur Howard) Memphis, Tenn. 

3996 
Wishing you all the blessings of 

Christmastide. [Christmas greeting 

card design for the Church mission of 

help] © Dec. 1, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 11, 

1929 ; K 2900. 

North state pub. co., Hammond, Ind. 

3997-3999 

3 prints : 

[Lithographed bond blank. State of 
Indiana vignette on face, dollar sign 
vignette on back, green border on face 
and back] [Lithographed sheet of 
twenty coupon blanks numbered 1 to 
20, green border on face and back] 
[Lithographed sheet of twenty coupon 
blanks numbered 21 to 40, green border 
on face and backl © Mar. 2, 1929 ; 2 
c. each Mar. 5 ; K 3273-3275. 

Northern life insurance co., Seattle. 

4000 
Sentinel of the Great Northwest. © 
Dec. 26, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 30, 1929; K 
2698. 



Northrup-King & co., Minneapolis. 

4001-4080 
Vinca. © Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 2; 
K 2119. 

39 prints: 

[African marigold] — [Ageratum] — 
[Bachelor's button] — [Balloon vine] — • 
[Calendula] — [Calendula, orange] — 
[Calliopsls] — [Candytuft] — [Carna- 
tion] — [Chrysanthemum, eastern 
star] — [Coreopsis] — [Cosmos] — [Cy- 
press ] — [ Forget-me-not ] — [ Globe ama- 
ranth] — [Gypsophila, pink] — [G y p- 
sophila, white] — [Helianthus] — [Hel- 
ichrysum] — [Japanese hop vine] — 
[ J,ob*s tears] — [Kochia] — [L a r k- 
spur] — [Mignonette] — [Nasturtium] — 
[Old fashioned garden] — [Pansy] — 
[Phlox, Drummondi] — [Poppy] — Sal- 
piglossis] — [Snapdragon] — [Snow on 
the mountain] — [Stock] — [Sweet alys- 
sum] — [Sweet peas, lavender spen- 
cer] — [Sweet peas, mixed spencer] — 
[Sweet peas, pink spencer] — [Sweet 
peas, red spencer] — [Sweet William] 
© Jan. 5, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 2; K 
2089-2118, 2120-2128. 

40 prints: 

[Aster] — [Aster, ostrich plume] — 
[Balsam] — [Blue lace flower] — [Ca- 
nary bird vine] — [Canterbury bell] — 
[Chinese lantern plant] — [Chrysanthe- 
mum] — [Clarkia] — [Coreopsis] — 
[Cosmidium] — [Eschscholtzia] — [Eve- 
ning scented stock] — [Four o'clocks] — 
[French marigold] — [Gaillardia. A, 
B.] — [Godetia] — [Gourds] — [Holly- 
hock] — [Hyacinth bean] — [Linum] — 
[Lupins] — [Morning-glory] — [Nemo- 
phila] — [Nigella] — [Pansy] — [Petu- 
nia] — [Pinks] — [Poppy] — [Portu- 
laca] — [Ricinus] — [Salvia] — [Sapon- 
aria] — [Scabiosa] — [Sweet peas, 
Grandiflora mixed] — [Sweet peas, Sal- 
mon orange Spencer] — [Tall nastur- 
tium] — [Verbena] — [Zinnia] © Jan. 
5. 1929 ; 2 c. each Jan. 2 ; K 2215-2254. 

Noyes marine sales co., Boston. 

4081, 4082 

Tidal calendar. Apr., 1929. © Feb. 
4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; K 2995. 

May, 1929. © Mar. 25, 1929; 

2 c. Mar. 26; K 3573. 

Oakite products, inc., New York. 

4083-4085 

Oakite automobile wash system, D- 
105. Blueprint. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 6 ; I 329. 

Oakite tank car cleaning equipment, 
C 106. © Mar. 19, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; 
I 433. 



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4222 



United motors service, inc., Special 
drawing 33. Blueprint. © Mar. 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; I 370. 

Ochs (Samuel W.) Oxford, Pa. 

4086. 4087 
Oxford, Pa., Union fire company, no. 
1. A, B. © Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. each 
Feb. 18 ; J O— 1190, 1191. 

Offermann (F. J.) art works, inc., 
Buffalo. 4088-4115 

Golden west. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 5 ; K 3286. 

13 prints: 

Bruin's surprise, 13073. — Buffalo 
hunt. — Champions of liberty, 13057. — 
Devotee of the links. — Don't lose him, 
Dad, 13056. — Egyptian splendor, 
13055.— Forest in winter, 13058.— Gold- 
en hours, 13072.— In full sail, 13060.— 
Juanita. — Mother's garden, 13059. — 
Rainona, 13071. — Rocky shore, 13074. 
© Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 19; K 
2417-2427, 2429, 2428. 

14 prints: 

Blossoms, 13068. — Calling the pack, 
13051.— End of the road, 13066.— Even- 
ing prayer, 13054.— Jerry, 13063.— 
Moonlight and roses, 13061. — Mother- 
hood, 13070. — Mountain splendor, 
13053.— Pals, 13067.— Pat, 13069.— Per- 
fect point, 13052.— Reflections, 13064.— 
Rosalie, 13062.— Tropical sunset. 13065. 
© Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 7; K 
1856-1869. 

Ogden (David Walter) Ardmore, Okl. 

4116 
Phil-Osophy. © Feb. 11, 1929; 1 c. 
Feb. 18: K 3368. 

Ohio legal blank co., Cleveland. 4117 
[Stock certificate ; eagle vignette, 
brown border on face and back, 1222 
B] © Jan. 15. 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
K 2375. 

Olesen (Otto* K.) Los Angeles. 

4118-4122 
Hollywood, Calif., Hollywood blvd., 
night view, 1-5. © 1 c. each Jan. 19, 
1929; J 0—875-879. 

Oltarjevsky (Wiatcheslav K.) New 

York. 4123 

Double faced medicine cabinet. 

Blueprint. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1929; I 

146. 

O'Meara (Denis Henry) Detroit. 

4124 
Compound spring bumper of inter- 
locking step loops for autos. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1929; I 333. 



O'Neill photo co., S. Downey, owner, 
O'Neill, Neb. 4125-4128 

Seven Brothers Lakes in the Big 
Horn Mrs., 2. © July 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Nov. 1 ; J 299769. 

3 photographs : 

Big Horn Mts., Wy., glimpse of the, 
B-10. — Lake shore and mountain side, 
Bighorn Mts., Wy., B-3.— Seven Broth- 
ers Lakes in the Big Horn Mts., 2. © 
July 27. 1928; 2 c. each Nov. 1; J 
300941-300943. 

Oppenheini (Jullis M.) Boston. 4129 
Bacon (Gaspar G.) Massachusetts 
state senator. © Dec. 27, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 : J 0—712. 

Order of the eastern star. Grand 

chapter of New Jersey, Jersey 

City. 4130-4132 

Bernardsville, N. J., Eastern star 

home : 

Fireplace in horary ; J 299870. — Gen- 
eral view ; J 299869. — Main entrance ; 
J 299871. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. each 
Feb. 12, 1929. 

Original ideas corp., Dallas. 4133, 4134 
Hosiery display. 1800. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929; J 0—934. 

Multiple turntables, 22. © 1 c. Jan. 
26, 1929: J 0—933. 

Orne (Harold I.) Melrose Highlands, 
Mass. 4135 

Walden (Arthur T.) and Chinook. 
© 1 c. Nov. 28, 1928; J 0—761. 
Orr (Louis) Paris. 4136 

[Hartford fire insurance company's 
building] © Dec. 24, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
29 ; K 2926. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 4137-4222 
Little homes are the nation's 
strength. © Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
19; K 3032. 

Palm trees, moonlit sky, P 1695. © 
1 c. Jan. 17, 1929; J 0—867. 

12 prints : 
- Cheerfulness is just the faculty to 
forget the evil, etc. — Do what you can, 
etc. — Easiest way to cure our faults, 
etc. — Even a nod, from a person who 
is esteemed, etc. — Every man can do a 
great service to the world, etc. — Hav- 
ing chosen our course, let us renew 
our trust in God, etc.— I know of no 
light to guide my pathway, etc. — If 
limiting output really helped the work- 
ing man, etc. — It is a maxim with me, 
not to ask what, etc. — Many a man has 
lost his opportunity, etc. — Space is less 



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Osborne co. — Continued. 

than it used to be, etc. — There will ba 

no achievement tomorrow, etc. © Jan. 

2, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 16; K 2130- 

2141. 

12 prints : 

Every good harvest comes from good 
seed. — Every success is the result of 
someone's follow through. — Every time 
a sheep bleats it loses a mouthful. — 
Know your stuff. — Luck is what hap- 
pens when preparation meets oppor- 
tunity. — Man who keeps his head lands 
on his feet. — Most important right is 
the right to serve. — Only a woodpecker 
lives by knocking. — Real tests are al- 
ways surprises. — Sun sets but to rise 
again. — There's always hope for the 
man who won't give up. — Time works 
wonders because it is always on the 
job, © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 
16 ; K 2142-2153. 

60 prints: 

Ability plus reliability are unbeat- 
able. — Admiring his nerve. — All's right 
with the world. — Are you there. — 
Beauty shelter and love, that's home. — 
Blessed are the foresighted. — Blossom 
time. — Blue eyes, true eyes. — Call of 
the hills.— Dear to my heart. — Embrace 
your opportunity. — Fair co-ed. — First 
rule of business is, Deliver the goods. — 
Flowers of happiness. — For a bullfight, 
first make sure of the bull. — Friendly 
birches.— Gadshill Place, home of 
Charles Dickens. — Gallant days of 
yore. — Golden boughs. — Happy heart 
and smiling eyes. — Happy land. — Keep 
the home fires burning. — Kindly skies 
and a friendly road. — Let the piper- 
laddie blaw: he kens how. — Light in 
the window. — Light that faileth 
never. — Little homes of happiness. — 
Look before you leap. — Loyal and 
true. — Message of the orchids. — Mon- 
arch of the north. — [Mountain scene 
in winter] — Music of the spheres. — 
[Old country Merry Christmas.] — 
Ounce of performance is worth a pound 
of talk. — [Palms. — two men — camels] — 
Payne's Home, sweet home, interior 
of.- — Peace lights the homeward trail. — 
Radiant youth. — Senorita. — Sheltering 
arms of motherhood. — Shoo the blues 
away. — Shore of dreams.— Shortest an- 
swer is action. — [Silhouette ship] — 
Slick ear. — Song of the Sierras. — Song 
of the waters. — [Stage coach and 
inn.] — [Sunset on desert — two cam- 
els] — Sunshine of the garden. — There's 
good fishing under the ice ; cut 
through. — Thoroughbreds. — When all 
the world is young. — When hearts turn 
homeward.— Winsome youth. — [Winter 



evening] — World takes wings. — You 
can't keep a good man down. — Youth's 
golden hour. © Dec. 26, 1928; 2 c. 
each Jan. 16, 1929; K 2154-2213. 

Oscar embroidery co., New York. 

4223-4234 

[Drawing for embroidery, style S. E. 

6, S. E. N. 4, S. L. B. (1, 2), S. L. E. 

(6-13)] © 1 c. each Jan. 25, 1929; 

1 192, 191, 189, 190, 193-200. 

Otis elevator co., New York. 

4235-4238 

Elevaclores Otis — form E-324 (10- 
28) © Nov. 26, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1929 ; K 2745. 

Horizontal multi-light, single row, 
car position indicator, design 10-O, 
form A-329 (1-29) © Mar. 9, 1929; 

2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 3538. 

Otis bar type door holding latch, 
form A-327 (9-28) © Mar. 7, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 22 ; K 3539. 

Otis push button elevator interlock 
and retiring cam used on automatic 
push button elevators, form A-299 
(11-28) © Mar. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 22 ; 
K 3540. 

Owen (William O.) Los Angeles. 

4239, 4240 

Grand Teton from Amphitheater 
Ridge. © Dec. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 28 ; 
J 0—872. 

Owen (Mt.) and Grand Teton from 
Table Mt. © Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 

28 ; J 0—871. 

Owl press, Allston, Mass. 4241, 4242 
For sale. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dee. 

29 ; K 1685. 

To let. © Dec. 27, 1928 ; 2 c. Dee. 
29 ; K 1686. 

Pacific & Atlantic photos, inc., New 
York. 4243-4251 

As Vatican pact was signed. Pic- 
ture cabled from London shows Mus- 
solini reading over treaty, etc. © Feb. 
14, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 15 ; K 3139. 

France honors warrior. Body of 
Marshal Ferdinand Foch, etc. © Mar. 
23, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 25 ; K 3576. 

Here's first pictures ever printed in 
any newspaper of Lindy and fiancee 
together. © Mar. 4, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 
5 ; K 3290. 

It's on! The battle of the century- 
note! Jack Sharkey, etc. © Feb. 28> 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 1 ; K 3270. 

Kinder {Dr. Edward) leaving at- 
torney's office, etc. © Jan. 15, 1929;. 
1 c. Jan. 16 ; K 2278. 



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Lindbergh (Col. Charles A.) Exclu- 
sive photo Lincly, arm in sling watch- 
ing preparations on plane. © Mar. 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 5 ; J 22. 

On the scales ! Stribling smiles 
sweetly, etc. © Feb. 28, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 1 ; K 3269. 

Ready for flight after smash, Lindy 
in front seat and Anne in rear of open 
cockpit plane. © Mar. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 5 ; K 3289. 

Sharkey outpoints Stribling. 192504. 
© Feb. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 1 ; J 20. 

Page (Frederick) contracting co., inc., 
New York. 4252, 4253 

Page boiler baffle walls. © 1 c. Dec. 
15, 1929 ; I 82. 

Page incinerators. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 
1928 ; I 83. 

Paralta studios, San Francisco. 

4254-4259 
Johns (Brooke) 3895- (1, 2, 8, 9, 12, 
15) © Mar. 23, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 
28; J O 1454-1459. 

Parisian novelty co., Chicago. 4260 
[Milk products] © Jan. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Jan. 28 ; K 2680. 

Parker (John L.) Richmond, Calif. 

4261 

Richmond, Calif., some of Richmond, 

California's streets and industries. © 

Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; J O— 

711. 

Parker bros., inc., Salem, Mass. 4262 
Beau monde. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 12, 1929; K 1945. 

Parrack (V. R.) Raleigh, N. C. 4263 
Voltage drop chart. © Dec. 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1929 ; I 175. 

Patterson (Charles R.) New York. 

4264 

La Escocesa (The Scottish lady) 

(In Literary Digest, Dec. 29, 1928) © 

Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 23, 1929; K 

2914. 

Patterson (Daniel W.) New York. 

4265 

Lincoln (Abraham) ©i Mar. 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 3635. 
Peel (Fred P.) Chester, Pa. 4266 

Weeks (J. Bordon) © Feb. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 11 ; J 0—1174. 

Pennsylvania railroad co., Philadel- 
phia. 4267 
[Harnessing the plane to the iron 
horse] © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 
1929 ; K 3060. 



Perkins (Jeanette E.) Bennington, Vt. 

4268-4270 

Course I, part 3 : 

Bird stick and markers for the flow- 
er garden. — One way to make a movie 
theatre. — Pattern for a May day bas- 
ket, © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 7 ; 
K 3241-3243. 

Perskie (Jacob H.) Atlantic City. 

4271 
In prayer. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
22; J O— 903. 

Petenyi (Paul) New York. 4272-4276 

[New York (City)] : 

[Bright lights of Broadway, 83] ; 
K 3568.— [Down town, 86] ; K 3569.— 
[Sixth ave., 85] ; K 3571.— [Subway 
builders, 84] ; K 3572. © Mar. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 18. 

[On the Hudson River, New York, 
69] © Oct. 4, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1929; 
K 3570. 

Peterson (George) Los Angeles. 4277 
Used cameras and lenses. © Jan. 
28 s 1929; 2 c. Mar. 18; K 3486. 

Philbrick (Allen E.) Winnetka, 111. 

4278 

[Hoover (Herbert) the birthplace 

of, West Branch, la., July 1928] © 

Nov. 15, 1928; 1 c. Dec. 12; 1 c. Jan. 

28, 1929; K 2565. 

Photographische gesellschaft, Berlin. 

4279 

Blumenstrauss ; von Auguste Renoir. 

© Jan. 1 1928; 1 c. Feb, 17; K 2368. 

Pick (Alfred W.) Denver. 4280 

Photostats save money at every tick 
of the clock. © Dec. 1 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 17 ; K 1962. 

Pierce (Henry Havelock) Boston. 

4281 
Morrow (Anne) © Mar. 1 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 5 ; J 1228, 

Pinson (R. P.) Okmulgee, Okl. 4282 
Combination grocery store. Plans. 
4 sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1929; I 368. 

Pioneer life insurance co., Greenville, 
S. C. 428a 

Even the jay birds save. © Mar. 
5, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 11; K 3543. 

Pittsburgh equitable meter co., Pitts- 
burgh. 4284, 4285 

Emco orifice meter chart, PE 
21120. © Jan. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; 
I 408. 

PE 21450. © Jan. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Mar. 15; I 407. 



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Piatt & Munk co., inc., New York. 

4286-4288 

Bis four library, 3000. © Oct. 13, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K 2411. 

Kiddies picture book library, 2300. 
© Oct. 13, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K 
2410. 

Little bookshelf, 3100. © Oct. 13, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1929; K 2412. 

Plymouth cordage co., North Plymouth, 
Mass, 4289 

In the roaring forties. © Dec. 27, 
1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; K 1807. 

Pointerex club, New York. 4290 

Education pays. © Mar. 4, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 13 ; K 3393. 

Popper (Leo) Hewlett, L. I., N. Y. 

4291 
Young pianists' elementary musical 
spinning game. Blueprint, © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1929; I 241. 

Popperman (John) Houston, Tex. 

4292, 4293 

Christ's sermon on the mount. © 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb, 7 ; K 2755. 

Moses the lawgiver. © Jan. 29, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; K 3097. 

Popular science pub. co., inc., New 
York. 4294-4299' 

Modern radio set in two-tube form, 
98. © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; 
I 58. 

Modernistic book ends, bookshelf, 
low stand, 100. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; I 59. 

Morris seaplane model, 102. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; I 266. 

One-tube radio set [revised] battery 
operation, 103. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 16 ; I 267. 

Shifler-Smith tractor airplane model, 
sheet 1, 104. © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 29; I 459. 

Toy fire engine, sprinkler, truck and 
tractor, 101. © Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929 ; I 60. 

Porter (Howard Russell) Ellensburg, 

Wash. 4300 

Cooper Lake and Seven Devils Mts. 

© Sept. 15. 1928; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1929; 

J O— 1148. 

Portrait painters' gallery, New York. 

4301 
Marguerite and Buster. (In Lit- 
erary Digest, Jan. 5, 1929) © Jan. 3, 
1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 28 ; K 2685. 



Postum co., inc., New York. 4302 

This new culinary knowledge can 
save you useless expense and worry. 
© Oct. 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929; K 
1790. 

Presbyterian church in the U. S. A. 

General council, New York. 4303 

Presbyterian church serves the youth 

of the world. © Feb. 4, 1929; 2 c. 

Feb. 25; K 3005. 

Prising (H. L.) and James (A. E.) San 

Francisco. 4304 

Pathfinder. Improved radio station 

recording chart. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; 

I 220. 

Providence lithograph co., Providence, 
R. I. 4305-4319 

4 prints : 

Being honest when no one knows; 
K 2694.— Eliezer prays to God for help ; 
K 2693.— Jesus forgives Peter; K 
2695.— Review : Stories retold. [Three 
children in apple orchard] ; K 2692, © 
Jan. 17, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 28. 

5 prints : 

[Comfort for God's people] ; K 
2338. — [Jeremiah calls to obedience] ; 
K 2337. — [Later experience of Jere- 
miah] ; K 2336.— [Psalm of praise] ; 
K 2334.— [Story of the Reehabites] ; 
K 2335. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Jan. 18. 

6 prints : 

Child Jesus obeying his parents; K 
2731.— Going on an errand; K 2727.— 
Love of the Good Shepherd ; K 2732.— 
Peter bravely doing his work ; K 
2728,— Peter trusted again; K 2729.— 
Walk to Emmaus; K 2730. © Jan. 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 1. 

Ralston (Charles Meigs) Kingman, 
Ariz. 4320 

Kingman, Ariz., 1929. © Jan. 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 18 ; J 299854. 

Randolph (Richard V.) Oklahoma 
City, Okl. 4321-4323 

3 prints : 

Barrels of dollars — and every one 
protected ; K 1719. — Investor's safety 
chart ; K 1718.— United dollar plan ; K 
1717. © Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 
20. 

Rankin (Grace) and Gates (H.Phelps) 
Van Nuys, Calif. 4324 

Season's greetings from San Fer- 
nando Valley. © Dec. 3, 1928; 2 c. 
Feb. 13, 1929 ; K 2928. 



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4366 



Rathburn (Harry Culver) Venice, 
Calif. 4325 

Boulder darn site. Relief map of 
Boulder dam site showing California, 
Nevada, Arizona. © Feb. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 26; J 0—1211. 
Record, Louisville. 4326 

Bernard (Saint) Painting in the 
Cathedral of the Assumption, Louis- 
ville, Ky. © Dec. 13, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 
7, 1929; J 0—1186. 

Reed (E. P.) & co., Rochester, N. Y. 

4327 
Matrix shoes. © Jan. 5, 1929; 1 c. 
Jan. 10 ; K 3282. 

Reed (Fred H.) Wichita, Kan. 

4328-4330 
Lillie (Major Gordon W.) Pawnee 
Bill. A-C. © Feb. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Feb. 23; J 0—1197-1199. 

Reliable poultry journal pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 4331-4334 

4 prints : 

Jersey black giant baby chicks. — 
Standard-production single comb Rhode 
Island reds. — Standard-production sin- 
gle comb white Leghorns. — White 
Plymouth Rock baby chicks. © Nov. 
30, 1928; 2 c. each Feb. 6, 1929; K 
2760, 2761, 2762, 2763. 

Ricci (Godfrey M.) Perth Amboy, N. J. 

4335 

Alteration to apartments to 358 State 

St., Perth Amboy, N. J. [Plans and 

interior details] 2 sheets, blueprints. 

© May 25, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1929; 

1 81. 

Rich (Walter E.) New York. 4336 

Chile exploration co. mine and plant, 
relief map, © Nov. 20, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 12; J 0—739. 

Richter (Clarence E.) Wichita. 4337 
Sacred crucifix. © Oct. 13, 1928; 

2 c. Feb. 14, 1929 ; J 299874. 

Rigaumont (Victor Albert) New York. 

4338, 4339 

Community center bldg., design of, 
dwg. 1 no. 1, 2-29, Mar. 2, 1929. Blue- 
print. © Mar. 2, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 8; 
I 336. 

Mar. 6, 1929. Blueprint. © 

Mar. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; I 335. 

Roberts (Francis C.) Los Angeles. 

4340-4342 
Air mail. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
16, 1929; K 2265. 



Airouted. © Dec. 20, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929 ; K 2262. 

Contact. Air mail. Contact. © 
Feb. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 14 ; K 3096. 

Roberts (Hobart V.) Utica, N. Y. 

4343-4346 

Bear cubs. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 6; K 3276. 

In the silence of the wilderness. © 
Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 6 ; K 3392. 

Leap in the dark. © Mar. 4, 1929 r 
2 c. Mar. 6 ; K 3277. 

Stag at eve. © Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c 
Mar. 6; K 3391. 

Robertson (Alexander M.) San Fran- 
cisco. 4347 
Sunshine and shadow on California 
coast. © Dec. 1, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1929 ; K 3561. 

Robertson (C. Paige) Los Angeles. 

4348 
Your protective identification. © 
Dec. 17, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 26 ; K 1963. 

Robins, Bladen & Robins, inc., Buffalo. 

4349^360 

[Birth ring show card] : 

Anne Boleyn. Raleigh. — Antoinette. 
Beau Brummel. — Beatrice. Dante. — 
Cleopatra. Antony. — Eve. Adam. — 
Helen of Troy. Alexander. — Isabella. 
Columbus. — Lady Jane. Byron. — Joan 
of Arc. Hannibal. — Josephine. Napo- 
leon. — Pocahontas. Captain Smith. 
© Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 26 ; K 
3103-3113. 

Boadicea. Caesar. [Birth ring 
show card] © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
19 ; K 3033. 

Robinson (Milton E.) coal co., Chi- 
cago. 4361-4363 

Herbert [Boiler showing inside, 
with analysis chart] © Feb. 7, 1929; 
2 c. Feb. 9; I 248, 

Kewanee [boiler with analysis 
chart] © Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 9; 
I 304. 

Pacific [boiler with analysis chart] 
© Feb. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; I 320. 

Rose (Samuel J.) Lexington, Ky. 

4364 
[Method of using the easy-on-book- 
cover] © Jan. 14, 1929; 1 c. Dec. 19, 
1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929 ; K 2413. 

Roundabout prints, Washington. 

4365, 4366 
Mt. Vernon, home of George Wash- 
ington. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ;. 
K 3019. 



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Roundabout prints — Continued. 

Washington, D. C, Pan American 
bldg., patio and fountain, 10. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 16 ; K 3018. 

Rouse (James C.) Albuquerque, N. M. 

4367, 4368 

Peralta Canyon, N. M. © Aug. 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1929 ; J 0—1175. 

Tent Rock, Peralta Canyon, N. M. 
© Aug. 15, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1929; 
J 0—1176. 

Russell (Henry Harrison) New York. 

4369 

Pennell (Joseph) American etcher 

at the cathedral of St. John's Divine, 

New York, N. Y. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Feb. 28 ; J 0—1215. 

Rutenbeck (Alvin E.) Milwaukee. 

4370-4373 

Hoover (Herbert) at West Branch, 
la., Aug. 21, 1928. © Sept. 30, 1928; 
2 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; J 299852. 

Hoover (Herbert) West Branchy la., 
Aug. 21, 1928: 

And family at Mr. Hoover's birth- 
place. — At his birthplace. — Hoover 
group at Mr. Hoover's birthplace. © 
1 c. each Jan. 11, 1929 ; J O 839, 838, 
840. 

Ruzicka (Rudolph) Dobbs Ferry, N. Y. 

4374 
Quincy, Mass., Adams mansion. © 
Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1929; K 
2742. 

Sachs quality furniture, inc., New 

York. 4375-4378 

Genuine silk mohair [3 piece living 

room suite $195.] © Feb. 24, 1929; 1 

c. Mar. 7 ; K 3280. 

To-morrow an event ! 3 piece mohair 
suite, $189. © Jan. 20, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 
8 ; K 2846. 

We want 1,000 believers. 3 piece 
mohair suite, $149. © Jan. 23, 1929; 
1 c. Feb. 8 ; K 2844. 

3 piece Kapok bed set, $16.95. © 
Jan. 31, 1929 ; 1 c. Feb. 8 ; K 2845. 

Sachse (Walter) Hayden Lake, Id. 

4379 
[Weather chart] © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1929 ; I 143. 

Salvati (Dominick) Brooklyn. 

4380-4382 
Mussolini (Benito) saluting Pope 
Pius XI and King Victor Emanuel. © 
Mar. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; J 28. 



Pius XI (Pope) King Victor Eman- 
uel and Benito Mussolini. © Feb. 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 27 ; J 18. 

the Conciliator. © Mar. 13, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 15 ; J 27. 

Sanford (Rupert) Brooklyn. 4383 

Williamsburg savings bank. © Mar. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; J 0—1395. 

Sanka coffee corp., New York. 

4384-4386 

3 prints : 

Genuine delicious coffee without 
caffein's effects, 5756; K 1830.— Sanka 
coffee, 5755-B ; K 1829.— Sanka coffee, 
at last, real delicious coffee without 
caffein's effects, 5755-A ; K 1828. © 
July 24, 1928 ; 2 c. each Nov. 20. 

Sawyer (Charles H.) Concord, N. H. 

4387 
Guardian of the notch. © Mar. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 21; J 0—1393. 

Schaller (Charles Wilson) Rockland, 
Me. 4388 

International Morse code reader. © 
Mar. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; I 460. 

Scherer (P. S.) Miami, Fla. 4389 

Penney (J. C.) estate. Florida's 

tropical White House. © Jan. 9, 1929; 

2 c. Jan. 25 ; K 2885. 

Schjoll (Carl George) Minneapolis. 

4390 
Educational picture puzzle map of 
the United States. © 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1929 ; I 216. 

Schloss bros. & co., inc., Baltimore. 

4391-4398 

[Fashion card] : 

[Aeroplane scene] — [Beach scene] — 
[Long, short and stout] — [Princeton] — 
[Racing scene] — [Spring Oxford] — 
[Summer Oxford] — [Yale fashion 
card] © Mar. 18, 1929; 2 c. each Mar. 
22 ; K 3549-3556. 

Schroeter (J. P.) Milwaukee. 4399 
Monoplane training glider model. 

3 sheets, blueprints. © Feb. 12, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 14 ; I 260. 

Schuil printing co., Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 4400 

Lions international. [Group of men 

seated at tables, etc.] © Jan. 14, 

1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 17 ; K 2331. 

Schwatt (Erwin L.) Brigantine, N. J. 

4401, 4402 

Brigantine bungalow. Blueprint^ 
© 1 c. Jan. 30, 1929 ; I 218. 

Cottage and 2 car garage on 40' lot. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1929 ; I 330. 



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4434 



Science service, inc., Washington. 

4403 
Baby with tail. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1929: J 0—899. 

Scott, Nickel & Bossard, New York. 

4404 
Textile brokers. [Silhouette of man 
at desk with phone connection to fac- 
tory] © Dec. 15, 1928: 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1929; K 2394. 

Scranton glass instrument co., inc., 
• Scranton, Pa. 4405,4406 

[Thermometer scale with correction 
table] © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1929; I 334. 

Thermometer scale with ethylene 
glycol correction table. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1929 ; I 236. 

Scruggs- Vandervoort-Barney dry goods 
co., St. Louis. 4407 

[St. Louis plaza design] © Dec. 12, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1929 ; K 3285. 

Seeger (Jacob) Los Angeles. 4408 

[American eagle. Aeroplane with 
two windwheels, etc.] © 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1929; I 226. 

Seemann print, Leipzig. 4409 

Holy Night. (In Literary Digest, 
Dec. 22, 1928) © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Jan. 9, 1929; K 1947. 

Seifert (Frank A.) Daggett, Mich. 

4410 

Miracle picture. © Jan. 1, 1928; 
2 c. Mar. 11. 1929 ; J 26. 
Seyle (Adele) New Orleans. 4411 

New Orleans, La., Court yard of the 
Green shutter. © Aug. 10, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 11 ,1929; J 0—861. 

Shanfieid (Louis) and Gardiner (Ray 

Corliss) New York. 4412 

1st das nicht ein Schnitzelbank? © 

Dec. 19, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1929; K 

1846. 

Shattuck (Manford Lindon) Skaneate- 
les, N. Y. 4413 

Vintage. © Dec. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 
31; J 0—862. 

Shedd-Brown mfg. co., Minneapolis. 

4414-4418 

Love bird. © Jan. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 26; J 299902. 

4 prints: 

All wool; K 2747.— On the Sunset 
coast ; K 2746. — San Gabriel mission ; 
K 2749.— Yosemite ; K 2748. © Jan. 
.20, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 26. 



Sheets (Henry Harrison) Washington. 

4419 
Sheets (Lawrence St. Clair) © July 
1, 1928; 1 c. Jan. 15, 1929; K 2744. 

Snippy (Harry Lester) Hanford, Calif. 

4420 
Apple blossoms. © Feb. 27, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 8 ; J 0—1396. 

Shogran (Fred Andrew) Mosier, Or. 

4421 
Hood (Mt.) and Lost Lake, Oregon. 
© Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 14; J O— 
1210. 

Sias (Arthur G.) Reading, Mass. 

4422 

Getting Junior a drink at 2 A. M. 
© Mar. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 19 ; K 3527. 
Sieberg (Erich A.) Minneapolis. 4423 

Member of Friend all unity. [Two 
cherubs above male and female figures 
in heart design, etc.] © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Jan. 15 ; K 2741. 

Sigsbee (Boyd Gilbert) Heppner, Or. 

4424 
Heppner, Or., 1929. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 
2 c. Mar. 1 ; J 17. 

Simpson (Hugh L.) Blackfoot, Id. 

4425-4428 

Blind but smiling. © Feb. 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3079. 

Haunted. If the unexpected should 
happen, would you leave your home 
clear? © Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 23; 
K 3080. 

Meet him halfway. © Feb. 9, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3082. 

AVhich will you leave your wife? 
© Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb, 23 ; K 3081. 
Sims (A. J.) Toledo, O. 4429, 4430 

I have chosen you and have ap- 
pointed you, etc. [Cup and cross] © 
Mar. 25, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 28; K 3604. 

Thou, O Lord has redeemed us to 
God in thy blood, etc. [Cup and 
thorns] © Mar. 25, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
28 ; K 3605. 

Skaggs (Roy S.) Springfield, 111. 

4431, 4432 

Greatest thing a man can do for his 
children is to guarantee to them their 
mothers time. © Jan. 26, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 7 ; J 299865. 

Picture from life's other side. © 
Jan. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; J 299866. 

Slater (H. D.) El Paso, Tex. 

4433, 4434 
Arizona landscape, A, B. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 6, 1929; J 1309, 1310. 



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Slingerland printing co., inc., Slinger- 
lands, N. Y. 4435 

[Colonial doorway] © Nov. 12, 
1928; 2 c. Nov. 17; K 2691. 
Smith (Charles W.) Richmond. 4436 

[White house of the Confederacy] 
© Oct. 30, 1928 ; 2 c. Nov. 1 ; K 1941. 

Smith (Edward S. C.) Schenectady, 
N. Y. 4437, 4438 

Great Basin from a new angle. (In 
Bulletin [of] Appalachian Mountain 
club, Dec, 1926) © Dec. 1, 1926 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 6, 1928 ; K 1132. 

Sourdnahunk Valley and Katahdin 
from the summit of Sentinel Mountain. 
(In Bulletin [of] Appalachian Moun- 
tain Club, Dec, 1926) © Dec. 1, 1926 ; 
2 c Dec. 8 ; K 1131. 

Smither (Ethel L.) Cincinnati. 

4439-4443 

Course II, part 3 : 

Border for children to make to deco- 
rate their room — Cradle. Bed tent. — 
May basket. — Silhouettes and sten- 
cils. — Session 30, Teddy bear jumping 
jack. © Feb. 6, 1929 ; 2 c each Feb. 
7; K 3245-3249. 

Snyder (Corydon Granger) Chicago. 

4444 
Marriage from the standpoint of art, 
chart x. © Jan. 10, 1929; 2 c Jan. 
16; K 2264. 

Sojiro Shibuya, San Francisco. 

4445-4447 

Squaring of a circle. © 1 c. Dec 
15, 1928; I 15997. © claimed on cor- 
rected copy. 

Trisection of an angle. © 1 c Jan. 
5, 1929; I 79. 

Trisector of an angle. © 1 c. Jan. 
23, 1929 ; I 257. 

Sollinder (A. P.) Marysville, Calif. 

4448-4450 

Plan and elevations. Combined serv- 
ice station, dance floor and lunch room. 
Blueprint : 

By-a-plane-inn ; I 418. — Mon-a-plane 
inn ; I 417. — Try-a-plane-inn ; I 416. © 
1 c each Mar. 18, 1929. 

Sontag (William L.) Cincinnati. 4451 
Sontag. © Nov. 6, 1928 ; 2 c Nov. 
9 ; K 3020. 

Sorensen (Holger J.) Chestnut Hill, 

Mass. 4452 

Sheep in the Sierra Nevada Mts., 

Calif. © Dec. 1, 1927 ; 2 c Mar. 22, 

1929 ; J 0—1394. 



Special features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 4453 

We offer these captivating character 
comics. Pvamblin' Ranny. Tony, the 
barber. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c Feb. 9; 
K 3008. 

Spellman (D. D.) Detroit. 4454-4458 
Hoff (Grace Whitney) A, B. © 

Mar. 12, 1929; 2 c each Mar. 23; 

J 0—1417, 1418. 

Jones (Dr. E. Stanley) A-C. © 

Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 7 ; J O— 

1156-1158. 

Spence airplane photos, Los Angeles. 

4459-4515 

North of 7th st. between River and 
Clarence St., E-2284. © Dec 14, 1928 ; 
2 c Mar. 6, 1929 ; J 0—1268. 

Southeast from 37th and Santa Fe 
ave., C-334. © Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c 
Mar. 6, 1929; J 0—1269. 

5 photographs : 

Colorado River, Black Canyon, E- 
2335.— Colorado River, Boulder Can- 
yon dam site, E-2330, E-2332.— Colo- 
rado River, entrance toward Black 
Canyon, E-2334. — Las Vegas, Nev., 
E-2389. © Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c each 
Mar. 6, 1929; J 0—1279-1283. 

5 photographs : 

Lawndale oil field, B-711. — Torrance, 
looking north, E-2430. — Wilshire and 
La Brea, looking east, E-2433.— Wil- 
shire and La Brea, looking north, 
E-2432.— Wilshire blvd. and Hauser, 
looking east, E-2431. © Jan. 29, 1929 ; 
2 c each Mar. 6 ; J 0—1294-1298. 

9 photographs: 

Arroyo seco, north from Colorado 
st. bridge, E-2302.— Culver City, Calif., 
east of Sawtelle blvd. and Del Rey 
blvd., E-2316.— Culver City, Calif., 
northeast from Sawtelle blvd. and Del 
Rey blvd., E-2315. — East side, east of 
Atlantic blvd. between Whittier and 
U. P. r. r., E-2310.— Glendale, Calif., 
E-2309.— North Hollywood, Calif., E- 
2305. — Rose bowl during Georgia Tech- 
Calif, game, E-2297, E-2298.— West- 
wood, Calif., north from Pico blvd., 
E-2304. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c each 
Mar. 6; J O— 1270-1278. 

10 photographs : 

Balboa, Calif., E-2426.— Capistrano 
Beach, Calif., E-2428.— East Long 
Beach, Calif., E-2409.— Emerald Bay, 
Laguna Beach, E-2424. — L a g u n a 
Beach, Calif., E-2425. — Long Beach, 
Calif., E-2415, E-2416. — Lynwood, 
Calif., looking northwest from Atlan- 
tic blvd. and P. E. ry., E-2408.— San 



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Clemente, Calif., E-2427.— Southeast 
section near Downey and County 
faiin, E-2404. © Jan. 23, 1929; 2 c. 
each Mar. 6; J 0—1284-1293. 

10 photographs: 

Beverly and Crescent Heights, look- 
ing northeast, E-2457. — Beverly Hills, 
Calif., E-2442, E-2443.— Huntington 
Palisades, Santa Monica, E-2447. — Los 
Angeles, Calif., downtown section, 
from C. of C. bldg., F-491.— Los An- 
geles, Calif., downtown section, north 
from C. of C. bldg., F-490.— Los An- 
geles, Calif., downtown section, north 
of 8th and Broadway, F-489.— North 
of Washington between Figueroa and 
Main sts., E-2459. — Sepulveda blvd. 
and Waterford, looking northwest, E- 
2445. — University City tract, looking 
toward Los Angeles, E-2450. © Feb. 
4, 1929 : 2 c. each Mar. 6 ; J 0—1299- 
1308. 

16 photographs : 

Arroyo seco, Pasadena, north from 
Colorado st. bridge, E-2270. — Baldwin 
Hills, looking northeast toward Los 
Angeles, E-2280.— Downey, Calif., E- 
2275. — Huntington park, E-2276. — 
North of Manchester ave. between 
Cypress and Van Ness ave., E-2278. — 
Northeast from Angeles, Mesa drive 
and Vernon ave., E-2281. — Northeast 
from Angeles, Vista blvd. and Kenis- 
ton, E-2279.— Occidental college, H- 
636.— Pasadena, Calif., E-2271.— Pasa- 
dena, Calif., east on Colorado St., E- 
2272. — San Gabriel and San Marino, 
north from Los Tunas road, E-2274. — 
Santa Fe Springs field, B 54-B 56.— 
Tract southeast . of Santa Fe Springs 
oil field, E-2277. — Union terminal mar- 
ket from 8th and Central, G-339. © 
Dec. 11, 1928 ; 2 c. each Mar. 6, 1929 ; 
J 0—1252-1267. 

Spencer & Wyckoff, Detroit. 4516 

Recorders court judges, Feb. 11, 
1929. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 25; 
J O— 1200. 

Standard oil co. of New York, New 
York. 4517-4519 

Broadcasting a Soconyland sketch. 
© Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; J 
0—726. 

Socony. I demands heat. [24 sheet 
poster. 9-3-S] © Jan. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Jan. 29; K 2701. 

Standard motor oil. Spring is here. 
[24 sheet poster, 9-4-S] © Mar. 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; K 3620. 

Stanley (James E.) Miami, Fla. 

4520, 4521 
Wood ibis. © Feb. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
11; J 0—1179. 



Wood ibis rookery. © Feb. 9, 1929 ; 
2 c. Feb. 11 ; J 0—1178. 

Staples (Forest Edwin) Los Angeles. 

4522 
Natural guide to occlusal balance. 
© Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1929 ; K 
3260. 

State mutual life assn., Los Angeles.. 

4523 
Protection. [Dam and reservoir in 
mountains ; sun in background. ; let- 
tering] © Aug. 1, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2,. 
1929 ; K 1793. 

Steele (W. I.) San Francisco. 

4524-4527 
Wilmington Dubbs gas combustion 
data, U-7105, V- ( 7107-7109 ) Blue- 
prints. © 1 c. each Mar. 30, 1929 ; I 
467, 469, 470, 468. 

Steen (E. P.) Thedford, Neb. 4528: 
[Electra] © Sept.. 13, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 16, 1929 ; K 2374. 

Stein & Blaine, New York. 4529 

For the South. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c 
Jan. 25 ; K 2566, 

Stevens (Charles A.); & bros., Chicago. 

4530-4533 

4 prints : 

Au bonheur: K 237L — Bon vovage ;: 
K 2370.— Congratulations ; K- 2373.— 
Joyeux Noel; K 2372. © Dec. 1,. 
1928; 2 c. each Jan. 16, 1929. 

Stoddard (Frederick- L.) New York. 

4534- 
Jacob's dream. © Feb. 6,- 1929 ; 2 c- 

Feb. 7 ; K 3228. 

Stolhen press, inc., Brooklyn.- 4535' 

[Scene of Palestine] © Feb. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 29 ; K 3630. 

Stone (Joseph Abraham) New Haven.. 

4536 

Verdi (Dr. Francis William) © 

Mar. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. II ; J 0—1339. 

Storey (Frederick George) Columbus. 

Ga. 453T 

[Atlas standard time conversion dial 

chart] © Dec. 26, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 ; 

I 166. 

Stuart (Gordon) San Francisco. 

4538. 4539>' 

Carmel Bay. © Jan. 13, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 21 ; J 0—1452. 

Tidal wave. © Jan.. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 21 ; J 0—1451.. 



47157—29- 



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Sullivan (W. J. co.), Providence, R. I. 

4540-^541 

Medal of Jesus-Mary and Joseph. 
[Trefoil under arch supported by col- 
umns, etc.] © Oct. 16, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
15, 1929; K 2088. 

Passion medal. [Oval design with 
scroll on each side, etc.] © Feb. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 7 ; K 3278. 

Summers (Warren R.) Gallup, N. M. 

4542 
Today's symbolgram. © Nov. 20, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1929 ; K 1878. 

Supreme heater & ventilator corp., St. 
Louis. 4543 

[Blower Bill] © Mar. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 27 ; K 3590. 

Sussman (Jack) features, New York. 

4544-4558 

15 photographs: 

Broker trying to draw the attention 
of his telephone clerk, 6; J O — 910. — 
Brokers, a group of, around a trading 
post at the end of a perfect day, 12; 
J O — 911. — Burgers (Edward) special- 
ist on the floor of the exchange giving 
one of the pages a report of an execu- 
tion of an order, etc., 4; J O — 921. — 
Content (Washington) oldest member 
of the New York curb market, 71 years 
old, 9; J 0—912.— Hall (Robert) mas- 
ter ticker and keyboard operator dis- 
seminating quotations over tickers in- 
stalled throughout the country, 10; 
J 0—913.— McGuire (John) Assistant 
Chief Page and Chief Page Vincent M. 
Earley checking up and sorting re- 
ports, 11 ; J 0—914.— Mulier (William 
S.) President of the New York curb 
market, 14 ; J 0—916.— Mulier (Wil- 
liam S.) President of the New York 
curb market on the floor of the ex- 
change, 7 ; J O — 915. — New York curb 
market, a general scene of the, and the 
brokers in action on the floor of the 
exchange as the gong sounds at 10 
A. M., 1; J 0—918.— New York curb 
market at 78 Trinity place, exterior 
view, 15; J 0—917.— Raleigh (E. J.) 
and Louis Manesse, members of the 
exchange, conversing on the floor, 3 ; 
J 0—919.— Specialists of the floor 
writing reports, 2; J O — 920. — Tappen 
(Eugene R.) Secretary of the New 
York curb market, 13 ; J 0—922.— Tel- 
ephone clerk calling one of the mem- 
bers on the floor, 5 ; J 0—923.— Whit- 
comb (Harvey P.) youngest member of 
the New York curb market, 21 years 
old, 8 ; J 0—924. © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 
c. each Jan. 24, 1929. 



Svanholm (Inga) Houston, Tex. 4559 
Perhaps. © Feb. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23 ; J O— 1205. 

Swadley (William W.) San Francisco. 

4560 

San Francisco, Calif., skyline. © 

Dec. 26, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1929 ; J O— 

832. 

Swift & co., Chicago. 4561 

Swift & co., directors. © Jan. 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 28 ; K 2683. 

Swinnerton (James) Palo Alto, Calif. 

4562-4565 

Near-to-nature babies. (In Good 
Housekeeping, Jan., 1929) © Dec. 25, 
1928; 1 c. Dec. 20; K 1891. 

(In Good Housekeeping, Feb., 

1929) © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 24; 
K 2624. 

(In Good Housekeeping, Mar., 

1929) © Feb. 25, 1929; 1 c. Feb. 19; 
K 3140. 

(In Good Housekeeping, Apr., 

1929) © Mar. 25, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 20 ; 
K 3535. 

Swinnerton (Rupert) Niagara Falls, 
N. Y. 4566 

[Rota-store. Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Feb. 16, 1929; I 282. 

Tacoma news tribune, Tacoma, Wash. 

4567 
Tacoma's proposed Narrows bridge 
as engineers picture it. © Mar. 5, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 11 ; K 3619. 

Tai Sing Loo, Pearl Harbor, T. H. 

4568 
Halemauman Volcano, Kilauea Cra- 
ter, eruption of, Feb. 20, 1929, at 3.00 
A. M. © Feb. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 11 ; 
J 0—1313. 

Tailoring arts pub. co., New York. 

4569, 4570 
Tailoring arts pub. co., New York. 
London,. Spring and summer 1929. 
T(710, 711, 703, etc.) T(728, 719, 708, 
etc. ) © Dec. 19, 1928 ; 2 c. each Jan. 
5, 1929; K 1854, 1853. 

Teele (Mary H.) Washington. 

4571-4573 

3 photographs : 

March day on the Western Branch ; 
J O— 907.— Spring snow; J O— 908.— 
Swimming hole in winter ; J O — 906. 
© Jan .12, 1929; 2 c. each Jan. 23. 

Texas co. of Calif., Los Angeles. 4574 
Santa Barbara and Goleta districts, 
aerial map. © Sept. 1, 1928; 2 c. 
Mar. 6; J 0—1251. 



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no. 1, 1929 



4625 



Theta kappa psi medical fraternity, 

inc., Memphis, Tenn. 4575 

Theta kappa psi .medical fraternity. 

Insignia. © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 

28 ; I 455. 

Thompson (Earl) posture seating, inc., 
New York. 4576-4578 

3 prints: 

American general purpose drop-leaf 
table; J O — 1322. — Home and school 
table; J 0—1321.— Sanitary cot for 
children; J 0—1320. © Feb, 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Mar. 5. 

Thompson (Ethel T.) Evanston, 111. 

4579 
Candy man. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 7 : K 3250. 

Thompson & Churchill architects, New 
York. 4580, 4581 

Viking press reception room. © 1 c. 
Feb. 27, 1929; J 0—1214. 

Viking press reception room. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1929 ; J 0—1234. 

Thomson (H. Stranraer) Yonkers, 

N. Y. 4582 

[House at 30 Madeline Parkway, 

Yonkers, N. Y.] © Dec. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. 

Jan. 7, 1929; K 1877. 

Thorpe (John Hall) London. 4583 
[Summer bunch] © Nov. 20, 1928; 

1 c. Jan. 4, 1929 ; K 2515. 

Times journal pub. co., Oklahoma City, 
Okl. 4584 

State of Oklahoma. Bond. [Star 
vignette ; green border on face and 
back] © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 19; 
K 2376. 

Tobin (George T.) New Rochelle, 
N. Y. 4585, 4586 

David is kind to Jonathan's son. © 
Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 7; K 3240. 

Letter from Paul. © Feb. 6, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 3239. 

Tobler & Hoenig, New York. 

' 4587-4601 

[Drawing for embroidery, style H. 
E. (7-9)] © 1 c. each Jan. 11, 1929; 
I 89-91. 

H. E. (17, 18)] © 1 c. each 

Feb. 19, 1929; I 286, 287. 

[S. C. A. (1, 2), S. E. 5, S. E. N. 

(1-3)] © 1 c. each Jan. 21, 1929; I 
177-182. 



[Embroidery design, style S. E. (1- 
4)] © 1 c. each Jan. 2, 1929; I 44-47. 

Tolman-Davidson advertising press, 
inc., Brockton, Mass. 4602 

Speed. © Aug. 23, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
12; K 1064. 

Toloff (Lester) Davenport, la. 

4603, 4604 
Thanate (Octave) (Alice Franch) 
A, B. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. each Feb. 
8 ; J 0—1159, 1160. 

Traveler mfg. corp., Chicago. 4605 

If your nose is close to the grind- 
stone rough, etc. © Aug. 6, 1928; 
2 c. Feb. 13, 1929; K 2927. 

Trichromatic engraving co., inc., New 
York. 4606 

[Spectrum, reproduction of the] © 
Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 26 ; K 2764. 

Truman cartoon service, Perrysville, O. 

4607-4611 

Down on the farm — April showers. 

© Mar. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 3546. 

House cleaning. © Mar. 9, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 3379. 

[Meal time] © Mar. 9, 1929 ; 

2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 3525. 

[Planting the garden.] © Mar. 

9, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 3526, 

Poultryman's luck. © Mar. 9, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 12 ; K 3380. 

Tucker (Thomas F.) Sioux Falls, S. D. 

4612 
Lincoln (Abraham) Enlarged copy 
of original ambrotype photograph. © 
Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 20; K 3061. 

Turner (Sumpter) and Wilson (Ro- 
nald M.) Philadelphia. 4613 

Philadelphia, Pa. Caricature map of 
Philadelphia. © Nov. 26, 1928; 2 c. 
Dec. 7 ; K 1880. 

Twyeffort, inc., New York. 4614-4625 

4 photographs : 

Tan sport suit. — Tuxedo. — Tuxedo 
and cane. — Tuxedo with overcoat. © 
Feb. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 6 ; J O— 
1244-1247. 

8 photographs : 

Golf suit. — Grey suit. — Grey suit and 
striped trousers. — Knickers. — Prome- 
nade suit. — Sport suit. — Suit with flan- 
nels,— Walking suit. © Feb. 19, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 6; J 0—1236-1243. 



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4626 



pt. rv, n. s., v. 24 



Underhill (Irving) New York. 

4626-4635 

Christmas tree, City hall park, B 
52641. © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; J 0—713. 

Jersey City, N. J., Boulevard west 
from Journal square, B 52256. © Dec. 
31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; J 0—714. 

New York (City) : 

Broadway and Wall st., north, C 
19049; J O— 1330.— Broadway and 
Wall St., south, C 19050 ; J 0—1329 — 
Broadway, Pine to Rector st., C 19229 ; 
J O— 1327.— New York central bldg., 
Vanderbilt ave. and 45th st., C 19207 ; 
J 0—1332.— Wall and New st. to 
Broadway, C 19051; J O— 1328. © 
.Mar. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 13. 

New York (City) Broadway, Wall 
and Rector sts., C 19230. © Mar. 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; J 0—1326. 

Raymond concrete pile casting yard 
for Jones' Beach causeway, L. I., N. 
T., B 52966. © Mar. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 13 ; J 0—1325. 

Williamsburg savings bank, C 19260. 
© Mar. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 13 ; J O— 
1331. 

Underwood & Underwood, inc., New 
York. 4636, 4637 

Farmyard scene, Longueville. France, 
V 3174. © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 
31; J 214060. 

Rome, Italy, Colosseum, interior of, 
V3380. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; 
J 0—1416. 

Unique nrinted products co., Terre 

Haute, Ind. 4638 

Air mail. [Airplane and lettering 

inside of large arrow] © Sept. 1, 

1928; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1929; K 3123. 

United grape products, inc., Buffalo. 

4639 
Why good pirates leave home. © 
Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 2 ; K 2737. 

U. S. playing card co., Cincinnati. 

4640 
Ranee. © Feb. 14, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 
19 ; K 3031. 

Universal bankstamp co. of America, 

San Francisco. 4641,4642 

Save Universal bankstamps, A, B. 

© Nov. 1, 1928; 2 c. each Jan. 29, 

1929 ; K 2886, 2887. 

Updike (W 7 . L.) Skiatook, Okl. 4643 
[Universal religions. Chart] © 
1 e. Jan. 28, 1929 ; I 215. 



Van Allen (William) New York. 4644 
[Chrysler bldg., office bldg., Lexing- 
ton ave., 42nd-43rd sts., New York 
City] © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1929; I 283. 

VanNatta studio, Lake Wales, Fla. 

4645, 4646 

Mt. Lake sanctuary singing tower, 
1. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; J 
0—1155. 

2. © Mar. 20, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 

1 ; J 0—1465. 

Velis (Jose Ruiz) Pasadena. 4647 
Los Angeles, Calif. West Lake, 
night view. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 
25 ; J 35. 

Verdi (Eugene) Hollywood, Calif. 

4648, 4649 

Verdi (Eugene) in character of 
Hick collegiate comedian hero, with 
mustache. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1929 ; J O— 
799. 

without mustache. © 1 c. Jan. 

7, 1929 ; J 0—798. 

Victory print, New York. 4650 

Moving. © Oct. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 
23, 1929; K 3557. 

Vogelmann (Joseph Anthony) New 
York. 4651 

Balanced-tone carillon chart and 
analysis of general bell data and 
Schilling & Lattermann innovations. 
Blueprint. © Jan. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 
17 ; I 147. 

Voggen thaler (Albert Louis) Cedar 
Rapids, la. 4652 

[Standardizing chart for dairy prod- 
ucts. Blueprint] © Mar. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 12; I 369. 

Volkers (Clyde E.) Terre Haute, Ind. 

4653 
Lightning flash showing component 
discharges. © Oct. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 
9, 1929 ; J 299849. 

Von Senden (B. V.) San Francisco. 

4654 
Savoscrip. [Holly and candle de- 
sign] © Nov. 27, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 17; 
K 1961. 

Vouga (C.) & co., New York. 

4655-4657 

3 prints by A. Bernet: 

[Hotel de Clisson, Paris] ; K 3495.— 
[Rue de la Boucherie, Paris] ; K 
3493. — [Rue des Sept Voies, Paris] ; 
K 3494. © Jan. 16, 1929; 2 c. each 
Jan. 18. 



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no. 1, 1929 



4700 



Waggoner (William Clarkson) New 
York. 4658 

No. 3 of educational series. © Feb. 
7, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 9 ; I 255. 

IValker (Robert H.) Gunnison, Col. 

4659^662 

Lone buck. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
.Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 25 ; J 34. 

3 photographs : 

Deer in the wild. — Timid deer. — 
Wild deer. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Mar. 25; J O 1432-1434. 

Walker (Thomas R.) Philadelphia. 

4663 
[Walker (Marian Virginia)] © 
Mar. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3606. 

Wall rope works, inc., New York. 

4664 
Follow me. © May 17, 1928; 2 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; K 1804. 

Walsh (Frank William) Oshkosh, 
Wis. 4665 

[Stereoscopic perspective foreshort- 
ening scale] © Dec. 5, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 
27 ; I 308. 

Waltman (Bertrand W.) Montesano, 
Wash. 4666 

Jack Horner stores in every corner. 
Plans and specifications. 12 sheets, 
blueprints. © Feb. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
21 ; I 321. 

"Wanous (Ernest Z.) Minneapolis. 

4667 
O, boy ! © Dec. 24, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1929 ; 1 c. Jan. 24 ; J 299861. 

Watson (D wight Alvin) Seattle. 4668 
Rainer (Mt.) from Lake Eunice. © 
Nov. 21, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1929; J 
O— 1189. 

Watts (John T.) Oak Park, 111. 4669 

Some unexplained facts in the solar 

system, which are possibly related to 

the 3d factor in the law of gravitation. 

.Blueprint. © Jan. 21, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 

:28 ; I 211. 

Webb (Gregory Burkitt) New York. 

4670-4676 

Marble faced crypts in side corri- 
dor. © Feb. 5, 1929; 2 c. Feb. 6; 
I 230. 

Mausoleum for Cypress Hills ceme- 
tery. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 1929; I 323. 

plan of chapel floor. Blueprint. 

■© 1 c. Mar. 5, 1929; I 324. 

Mausoleum for New York memorial 
association, Cypress Hills cemetery, 
Brooklyn, N. Y., chapel floor plan. 



Blueprint. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1929; 
I 452. 

Montefiore temple of rest, Monte- 
fiore cemetery, Queens Co., N. Y., plan 
of first floor. Blueprint. © Feb. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; I 233. 

plan of second floor. Blueprint. 

© Feb. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Jan. 31 ; I 234. 

Montefiore temple of rest, New 
York's first Jewish mausoleum. © 
Feb. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 6 ; I 229. 

Welch (Howard Blake) New Haven. 

4677 
Rare scene of ancient New England 
at old Saybrook, Conn. © Feb. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 21; J 299892. 

Welles (F. J.) Greenwood Lake, N. Y. 

4678 
Shadow land. © Feb. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Feb. 28; J 0—1216. 

Welsh (Philip) Los Angeles. 4679 

7 essentials of health. © Feb. 8, 

1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; K 3470. 

Wenger (W. S.) Massillon, O. 4680 
Dollar for dollar food store. © Feb. 

15, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 18 ; K 3141. 

Wentworth (Bertrand H.) Gardiner, 
Me. 4681-4694 

14 photographs : 

At the edge of the infinite, C 
01031.— Barricade, C 01168.— Eastern 
sky at sunset, C 949.— Half tide, C 
01085.— Headlands, C 01135. — May 
shower passes, C 01204. — Monhegan, 
C 01062.— Oaklands mansion, C 996 — 
Rolling Dam, C 1051. — Rolling Dam 
Brook, C 1039.— Tide comes, C 01110.— 
Top of the wave, C 987. — Unwonted 
calm, C 01133.— Watch Hill, C 01234. 
© Nov. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 1, 1929 ; 
J O— 1012-1025. 

Westcott & Mapes, inc., New Haven. 

4695 
[Warehouse and railroad freight ter- 
minal, design. 4 sheets, blueprints] 
© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929; I 453. 

Western electric co., inc., New York. 

4696, 4697 

Be safe. Keep doors open when 
motor is running. © Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 e. 
Jan. 12; K 1946 . 

Sleep restores energy. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Feb. 4; K 2736. 

Western lithograph & office supply co., 
Wichita. 4698-4700 

3 prints; 

[Girl in colored scarf] ; K 1916.— 
[Lake scene] ; K 1914.— [Small boy] ; 
K 1915. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Jan. 5. 



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4701 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24- 



Westinghouse lamp co., New York. 

4701 
Westinghouse mazcla lamps, ©' Dec. 
28, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1929 ; K 1944. 

Weston (Charles Gilbert) San Fran- 
cisco. 4702 
Kingdom of God or the plan of the 
ages. © Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 29; 

1 458. 

Westrup (W. W.) and Sternberg (C.) 

Goose Creek, Tex. 4703 

Officials and department heads of 

Baytown refinery, Baytown, Tex. © 

Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 17; J 0—866. 

Wilcox (Clarence Eugene) Gardiner, 

Mont. 4704-4708 

Big horn sheep. © Mar. 28, 1929; 

2 c. Apr. 1 ; J 39. 

Big horns on parade. © Feb. 8, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; J 0—1342. 

Elk, cow and calf. © Apr. 4, 1928 ; 
2 c. Mar. 18, 1929; J 0—1341. 

In the velvit [ !1 © Mar. 27, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 1 ; J 41. 

Mad cats. © Mar. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 1; J 42. 

Wiley (Wallace F.) Chicago. 4709 
Amount of sinking fund for $1.00 de- 
posited monthly, interest compounded 
semi-annually. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1929; 
I 309. 

Williams (Arthur E.) Milwaukee. 

4710, 4711 

Three dimensional chart giving theo- 
retical I. H. P. per ton refrigeration 
for C02 compressors operating at vari- 
ous conditions. Blueprint. © 1 c. 
Feb. 9, 1929; I 252. 

Three dimensional chart giving theo- 
retical I. H. P. per ton refrigeration for 
NH3 and C02 compressors operating 
at various conditions. Blueprint. © 

1 c. Mar. 16, 1929 ; I 413. 

Williams (Samuel J.) Columbus, O. 

4712 
Place of a skull. © Mar. 18, 1929; 

2 c. Mar. 18 ; J 0—1344. 

Willis (Bess Goe) Boston. 4713 

World children at play. © Feb. 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 3252. 

Willis (Harry Sparks) Philadelphia. 

4714, 4715 
Comet aeroplane. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1929 ; I 306. 



I 466. 



Same. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1929; 



Winchester repeating arms co., New 
Haven. 471$ 

[Colored pheasants] © Dec. 27, 
1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; K 1803. 

Winter (Alice Beach) New York. 

471T 
When Jamie obeyed. © Feb. 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 7 ; K 3229. 

Wireman (Katharine R) German- 
town, Pa. 4718-4724 

Windy day. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 7; K 3227. 

6 prints: 

Your first birthday, form 1A, IB ; K 
3217. 3216.— Your second birthday^ 
form 1C, ID ; K 3219, 3218.— Your third 
birthday, form IE, IF; K 3220 3221. 
© Feb. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. each Feb. 27. 

Wojciechowski (Roman H.) Brooklyn. 

4725-4736 

(In reflection of the universe) Book 
1, part 2 : 

A-Z, plate N 42. — Absolute, plate N 
43. — Cross, plate N 41. — Decade, plate 
N 39.— Divinity, plate N 37.— Duty, 
plate N 34.— Equality, plate N 38.— 
Harmony, plate N 36. — Orbit, plate NT 
44.— Subject to object, plate N 33.— 
Theology, plate N 35. — Ye symbol, plate 
N 40. © Dec. 24. 1928 ; 2 c. each Feb. 
14, 1929; J -299875-299886. 

Womans world magazine co., inc., Chi- 
cago. 4737-4741 

Woman's world. The small town 
magazine of America. Jan., 1929. © 
Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; K 1789. 

Feb. 1929. © Jan. 30, 1929; 2 

c. Feb. 1; K 2711. 

Mar., 1929. © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 2 

c. Feb. 27 r K 3129. 

Apr., 1929. © Mar. 13, 1929 ; 2 

c. Mar. 15 ; K 3440. 

May, 1929. © Mar. 25, 1929; 

2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3603. 

Woolworth (F. W.) CO., New York. 

4742 
[Easter design for 1929 — The Bunny 
romance] © Dec. 31, 1928; 2 c Jan. 
7, 1929 ; K 1855. 

Wortendyke mfg. co., Richmond. 4743 
[Kewpie dog] © Nov. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 28 ; K 1913, 



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no. 1, 1929 



4746 



Young (Florence Liley) Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. 4744 

White dove. © Feb. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Feb. 7 ; K 3226. 



Young men's Christian assn. 
board, New York. 



General 
4745 



Plan your future for success and 
happiness. © Dec. 5, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 

12, 1929; K 1943. 

Zaloughou (Electra) Chicago. 4746 
Greek college in Amerika. © Nov. 

13, 1928 ; 2 c. Nov. 16 ; K 872. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 
1929: 

Reproductions of works of art 

Drawings of plastic works of a scientific or technical character 

{including 183 one-copy entries) 431 

Photographs (including 65 one-copy entries) 957 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 1,397 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) 2,811 

Total 4, 199 



83 



PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 4746 



Singley (B. Lloyd) 1-17 

Acres and acres of wheat. Harvest- 
ing in the state of Washington, 11624. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 1884, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 

Balanced Rock, Garden of the Gods, 
Col., 9337. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 1878, Jan. 25, 1929. 

Come on boys, we've got him, 11630. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 1886, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 

Contemplating the prize, 11632. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 1888, Jan. 
25, 1929. 

End of the chase, 11631. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 1887, Jan. 25, 
1929. 

Fall of the forest monarch, 11633. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 1889, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 

Fourth Fall of the Giessbach, Swit- 
zerland. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 1880, Jan. 25, 1929. 

Guide packing in the day's catch, 
11634. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
1890, Jan. 25, 1929. , 

Harvesting in the great West. Com- 
bined reaper and thresher, Washing- 



ton, 11623. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 1883, Jan. 25, 1929. 

In the Bernese Oberland, Brienzer 
Rothhorn railway, Switzerland, 10776. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 1894, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 

Miser, 11906. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 1892, Jan.. 25, 1929. 

Rich clusters of luscious grapes, in 
a New York vineyard, 11627. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 1885, Jan. 25, 
1929. 

Shooting prairie chickens, 11625. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 1882, 
Jan. 25, 1929. 

Sportsman's paradise, 11626. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 1881, Jan. 25, 
1929. 

Taking in washing, 10423. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 1893, Jan. 25. 
1929. 

Toting out the game, 11635. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 1891, Jan. 25, 
1929. 

Vale of the Lauterbrunnen from 
Wengen, Switzerland, the lovely. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 1879, Jan. 
25, 1929. 



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OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE AOTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE SO, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 

DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC 

OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1929 

1NTEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 
No. 2 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1929 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides- 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyrighted registration." 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4,. 
issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, as follows: 

I. Containing Class G, Works of art (giving a list of the photographs or 
other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the appli- 
cations for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models 
or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used, 
when the copyright proprietor and artist are the same, this identity being 
indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of the proprietor. A. 
subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of titles only is used. 

Titles for Class L, Motion-picture photoplays, and Class M, Motion pictures 
other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 3, of the Cata- 
logue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic composition, and. are 
published monthly therein as a title list. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been, 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue the copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " G," Class 
G, Works of art; " H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; "I," Class 
I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," 
Class J, Photographs; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations.. 
"©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a date 
of publication. "© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished, 
work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the photograph 
or other identifying reproduction; and "2 c." for 2 copies, followed by the 
date of their receipt. In the case of foreign works and pictorial contributions 
to periodicals, only 1 copy is required. 

The annual index of proprietors, portraits, and principal artists is fur- 
nished for this part in the final issue for the year. The subscription price 
for part 4, which much be for the complete calendar year, is $2.00 a year, 
payable in advance to the Superintendent of Documents, by postal money 
order, express order, or New York draft. 

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

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3.00 

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Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations 2. 00 

Single numbers (except Book leaflets) : .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2. 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 

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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1920, to December 31, 1928, in- 
clusive, are still remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are 
not to be transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other gov- 
ernmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles 
may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1929. 

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

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
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must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will 
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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART: MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copy- 
right proprietor are the same. 



Abbate (Paolo Salvatore) New York. 

4747 

Abbate (Paolo) Sculpture: 
Columbus. Standing figure holding 
the sphere on his left hand, with the 
index finger of right hand pointing at 
it. Dress of the period with a mantle 
thrown over the shoulders. The face, 
thoughtful, is slightly turned to the 
left. © 1 c. June 28, 1929; G 1117. 

Abbey (C. A.)* Fredericksburg. Va. 

4748, 4749 

Paintings : 

Historic Fredericksburg. [Open 
book with lettering] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1929; G 728. 

Historic Virginia. Her sixteen im- 
mortals. [An open book with lettering 
and names] © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929 ; G 
729. 

Adams (Herbert)* New York. 4750 

Sculpture : 

Bryant (William Cullen) Bronze 
bust. © 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 889. 

Aitken (Robert)* New York. 4751 

Sculpture : 

Clay (Henry) Bronze bust. ©I.e. 
May 22, 1929 ; G 864. 

Alles (Henry)* San Francisco. 

4752, 4753 

Sculpture : 

Cowboy. Representation of a cow- 
boy with left arm uplifted, and right 
arm extended with gun in hand. © 
1 c. June 12, 1929 ; G 1041. 

Minion of the law. [Figure of po- 
liceman standing erect : without arms] 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1929 ; G 793. 

American iron and steel institute, New 
York. 4754 

Manship (Paul) Model: 

Gary memorial medal. Medal — ob- 
verse shows portrait bust of Elbert H. 
Gary. Reverse bears figure of vulcan 
with hammer held in left hand and 
resting on left knee leaning against 
work bench with anvil in foreground 
and furnace in the back. Two winged 



figures at the top holding laurel 
wreath with circular dotted decoration. 
© 1 c. May 24, 1929 ; G 886. 

American lithographic co., inc.*, New 
York. 4755 

Painting : 

Cowboy and Indian game sketch. 
Trees and log-cabins [with level land 
in foreground, and hills in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1929 ; G 715. 

Art way studios, Chicago. 4756 

Romanelli (Carlo) Sculpture: 
Man & chair. [Figure of man in 
working clothes standing beside up- 
holstered armchair. Large conven- 
tional base] © 1 c. May 13, 1929 ; G 
808. 

Asmus (Julia)* New York. 

4757, 4758 

Paintings : 

Bird and the cones. [Figure of 
spotted bird in center of oblong panel. 
Lettering : New York league of women 
voters, at top] © 1 c. May 31, 1929 ; 
G 83361. 

Hall (Haris) in America. [Half 
length figure with ruff around neck, 
bird on shoulder, bottle at right hand] 
© 1 c. May 31, 1929 ; G 83362. 

Azzi (Marius)* New York. 

4759-4761 

Sculpture : 

Gazelle. [Fleeting gazelle in atti- 
tude of descending hill] © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1929 : G 536. 

Mischievous. A garden group show- 
ing a bov trying to subdue a young 
goat. © 1 c. June 17, 1929 ; G 1055. 

Roaring lion. A male lion perched 
on a rock, calling to his mate. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1929 ; G 1052, 

Baker (Percy Bryant)* New York. 

4762, 4763 

Sculpture : 

Not charity but a chance for every 
child. Portrait figure of Sophie Irene 
Loeb holding baby in arms and sur- 
rounded by five children playing. © 
1 c. Apr. 11, 1929 ; G 593. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Baker (Percy Bryant)* — Continued. 

Pioneer women group. Pioneer 
women group showing woman's left 
hand holding a scythe, right arm rest- 
ing on young boy who is holding a 
book and petting a dog with his right 
hand. Period costumes. Sheaf of 
wheat at back. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1929 ; 
G 594. 

Ballin (Hugo)* Pacific Palasades, 
Calif. 4764-4770 

Paintings : 

Days of creation. In the B'nai 
B'rith temple, Los Angeles, Calif. © 
1 c. Apr. 29, 1929 ; G 731. 

History of the Jews, no. 1. In the 
B'nai B'rith temple, Los Angeles, Calif. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929 ; G 732. 

no. 2. In the B'nai B'rith tem- 
ple, Los Angeles, Calif. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1929; G 733. 

no. 3. In the B'nai B'rith tem- 
ple, Los Angeles, Calif. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1929 ; G 734. 

■ no. 4. In the B'nai B'rith tem- 
ple, Los Angeles, Calif. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1929; G 735, 

no. 5. In the B'nai B'rith tem- 
ple, Los Angeles, Calif. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1929 ; G 736. 

no. 6. In the B'nai B'rith tem- 
ple, Los Angeles, Calif. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1929 ; G 737. 

Barclay bros., Barre, Vt. 4771 

Comi (Alfred J.) Design: 
Templeton memorial, 1390. © June 

8. 1929 ; 2 c. June 14 ; G 1048. 

Batchelder (John M.) Dixon. 111. 

4772, 4773 
MeClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 
Raynolds . memorial, 1000. © May 

31. 1929; 2 c. June 7; G 1031. 

Wilson memorial, 996. © May 31, 

1929 ; 2 c. June 7 ; G 1032. 

Beck (Raphael)* Buffalo. 4774 

Design : 

Monument. Shaft surmounted by 
figure of Patriotism holding Roman 
standard and torch. Base with four 
fountains; above it four eagles and 
draped flags. © 1 c. May 14, 1929 ; G 
810. 

Bendixen (Ruth Collins) New York. 

4775 
Masters (Reginald) Design: 
Metal trees. Trunk, limbs and 

branches all simulating a tree having 



a flat-bottomed base for holding the 
metal tree upright. © 1 c. May 16, 
1929 ; G 1119. 

Berge (Lily) Baltimore. 4776 

Krick (Perna) Sculpture: 

Baby faun. Tiny child with pointed 
ears, shaggy legs and hoop. Arms 
folded at back and head turned 
slightly to left. Crab at base of pedes- 
tal. © 1 c. June 3, 1929 ; G 922. 

Black hawk hotels corp.*, Davenport, 
la. 4777 

Design : 

B. H. co. china ware design. Cir- 
cular drawing with monogram B. H. 
co. and picture of Indian chief on bor- 
der with three other conventional de- 
signs. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; G 618. 

Blackburn (Percy Thomas)* Denver. 

4778-4781 

Models : 

Emperor. Mask ; wall decoration. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1929; G 542. 

Empress. Mask : wall decoration. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1929 ; G 543. 

Mandarin. Mask ; wall decoration. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1929; G 540. 

Mystery- Mask ; wall decoration. 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1929 ; G 541. 

Blackstone (Michael)* Bethlehem. Pa. 
Pa. 4782 

Drawing : 

Umpa. [Five scenes introducing 
Unipa, our ideal college boy, as a rah 
rah boy, at the proms, with the rac- 
coons, and in sport] © 1 c. May 10, 
1929; G 804. 

Bloom (J. F.) & co.*, Omaha, Neb. 

4783-4785 

Drawings : 

Gothic spire monument, plan 3960, 
consisting of plain bottom base, 
molded second base, and Gothic shaft. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1929 ; G 809. 

Two piece sarcophagus monument, 
design no. 515, with anthemion orna- 
ment in upper right and left corners of 
die, and panel for name between the 
two ornaments. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929 ; 
G 738. 

Sculpture : 

Upright monolith memorial, rough 
finish at bottom, blending into finely 
hammered finish flames, from which a 
finely hammered finish Latin cross 
emerges at top. © 1 c. May 31, 1929 ; 
G 1021. 



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•no. 2. 1929 



4809 



Boeing airplane co., Seattle. 4786 

Monteith (Charles N.) Design: 
B-line. Mark of transportation serv- 
ice. [Chicago, San Francisco : these 
two words joined by straight line with 
radiating lines around lettering. B- 
line. in center] ©lc. Mar. 28. 1929 ; 
G 5S4. 

.Bone (Kathryn)*. Los Angeles. 4787 

Drawing : 

Dollv of Hollywood. Comic strips, 
nos 1, 2, 3. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; G 
502. 

Boyce (G. F.) inc., Cherry Valley, 
N. Y. 4788 

Cobbett (Alfred R.) Design: 
Vosburgh memorial, erected in Fern 
Dale cemetery, Johnstown, N. Y. 
[Monument mounted on double base. 
Embossed design of a cross and lilies 
within Gothic arch at top merging into 
stone below] © 1 c. Apr. 30. 1929; 
G 745. 

Brand (Adolphus Henry Louis)* New 
York. 4789 

Model : 

Baby satyr piping to two squirrels, 
[sitting on their haunches facing him] 
© 1 c June 7, 1929; G 1029. 

Brand (C. G.)* Brighton, Col. 4790 

Design : 

I-scream and pop. Ragged youth 
standing, one arm extended, hand and 
finger pointing ; other hand across ab- 
domen with arm at side ; barefooted. 
Letterng above extended arm ; sketch 
of ice-cream cone and pop below. © 
1 c. May 8, 1929; G 796. 

Broadview corporation, Dayton, O. 

4791, 4792 

Catflet (Gibson) studios. Paint- 
ings : 

Panoramic view of the Patterson 
Park subdivision with the city of Day- 
ton in the background. © 1 c. June 6, 
1929 ; G 1025. 

View of South Main St., Dayton, O., 
with the proposed track elimination 
project superimposed. This view is 
from a position south of Sixth St. 
and looks northward. © 1 c. June 6, 
1929 ; G 1024. 

Brown (Kathryn)* Detroit. 4793 

Drawing : 

Phil Ocifer sez. Child in college cap 
and cape. © ] c. May 9, 1929 ; G 799. 



Brucker (Jessie)* New York. 

4794, 4795 

Drawings : 

Comic figure of animal, A. 2 views 
of comic figure of animal having 
pointed [sic] snoot. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1929 ; G 554. 

Comic figure of animal. B. [2 views 
of comic figure of animal having oval 
or rounded snout] © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1929 ; G 555. 

Burson (W. W.) Los Angeles. 

4796, 4797 
Yerbysmith (A. E.) Models: 
Eva. [Statuette of girl with long- 
curls and wearing ruffled dress. Hands 
folded] © 1 c. Apr. 15. 1929 ; G 621. 

Topsy. [Statuette of little girl with 
hair in many braids tied and standing 
out from her head ; hands at sides] 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1929 ; G 622. 

Catholic statuary co., Chicago. 4798 

Tei (Amadeo) Model: 

Therese (Saint) known as the Little 
Flower. Standing relief [in arched 
frame with lettering below] © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1929; G 620. 

Chiara (Richard H.)* Cleveland. 

4799 

Drawing : 

Snuggles. Four scenes. [From left 
to right: Young man walking down 
street with flowers ; girl greeting 
young man ; young man and girl sitting 
talking; young man slumped down in 
chair, girl laughing] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1929 ; K 624. 

Chicago. University. Chicago. 

4800, 4801 

La Rose (Pierre DeChignon) De- 
signs : 

Crescat scientia, vita excolatur. 
[Coat of arms : shield with open book 
in band across top; spread-winged 
eagle below, with flower] © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1929 ; G 538. 

Sigillum universitatis Chicaginien- 
sis, A. D. MDCCCXC. [Seal of cir- 
cular design. Central figure : spread- 
winged eagle, flower, and open book, 
with border of lettering] © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1929; G 537. 

Christian board of publication, St. 

Louis. 4802-4809 

Justice (Marion T.) Painting: 

Bees, 80454. Little boy sitting in 

garden watching bees fly to and from 

hives. Hollyhocks in bloom. Plank 

fence. © 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 781. 



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Christian board*of publication — Con. 

Wireman (Katharine R.) Paint- 
ings : 

Circle of children in Sunday school, 
80451. Six children with their teacher. 
She is clasping hand of one. Two 
small chairs and desk. Drawings on 
wall. © 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 779. 

Kindness to lame boy, 80450. Lame 
boy sitting in wheel-chair ; little boy 
and girl standing bv offering flowers. 
© 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 778. 

Mother sewing for child, 80449. 
Mother sewing, child standing by. 
flower pot in window. © 1 c. Mav 6, 
1929 ; G 777. 

Wuenscher ( — ) Paintings : 

Abraham and Lot. Two old men. in 
robes, standing on hilltop; rolling 
landscape. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929; G 
740. 

Elijah and boy, 40456. Elijah stand- 
ing on stairway, holding boy. Woman 
kneeling with outstretched hands. © 
1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 780. 

Oriental housetop. Housetop, stair- 
way, man at top, and man at bottom 
with staff preparing to go up stairs. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29. 1929 ; G 739. 

Sharing last cake. Old man seated 
outside doorway, lady standing, offer- 
ing him cake. Tree on right hand side. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929; G 741. 

Chrysler corp., Detroit. 4810 

Smith (Harry) Drawing: 
Chrysler motors. Standardized 

quality. [Circular border of lettering 

around a tree] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1929 ; 

G 565. 

Clewell (Charles Walter)* Canton. O. 

4811-4818 

Models : 

Bronze ornament, A. [Vase] crea- 
tion of curved form and textured sur- 
face. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1929 ; G 585. 

B. [Vase] of curved form and 

textured surface. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1929 ; G 586. 

C. [Vase] creation of curved 

form and textured surface. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11. 1929 ; G 587. 

D. [Vase] creation of curved 

form and textured surface. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1929 ; G 588. 

E. [Bowl] creation of curved 

form and textured surface. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1929; G 589. 

F. [Vase] creation of curved 

form and textured surface. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1929 ; G 590. 



G. [Vase] creation of curved 

form and textured surface. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11. 1929; G 591. 

H. [Vase] creation of curved 

form and textured surface. © 1 c. 
Apr. 11, 1929 ; G 592. 

Cold Spring granite co., Cold Spring, 
Minn. 4819, 4820' 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 
Marshall memorial. 500. © May 14, 

1929 ; 2 c. May 24 ; G 891. 

Steen memorial. © May 14, 1929;: 

2 c. May 24 ; G 892. 

Colucci (Antonio) Brooklyn. 4821 

Colucci (Abel Antonio) Model: 
Beethoven. [Bust] © 1 c. Feb. 4 r 

1929 ; G 756. 

Comins (Arthur C.) trustee for the 
class of '93 Worcester polytechnic 
institute, Worcester, Mass. 

Emmel (Chas.) & Boss co. Sculp- 
ture: 

'93 goat. Bronze grotesque figure of 
a goat in which the head is of full 
natural size and the body is of dimi- 
nutive size. © 1 c. May 16, 1929; G 
821. 4822 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 

4823. 
Garden (Fredrick) Sculpture: 
Edison (Thomas A.) Plaque, In- 
taglio relief. [Right profile view] © 
1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 879. 

Corroon (R. A.) New York. 4824 
Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc. Design: 
Corroon cemetery memorial. Irip- 
tych, in form, with platform base, 
carved cross and panels on center 
stone, carved panels on pilasters on 
wing stone. © 1 c. June 20, 1929; 
G 1088. 

Crane (Richard T.) jr., Chicago. 4825 
Young-Hunter (John) Painting: 
Crane (Richard T.) jr., esq. [Por- 
trait of half-length figure seated in 
arm-chair] © 1 c. June 15, 1929; G 
1047. 

Crescent metal works, inc., Newark, 
N. J. 4826 

Rexach (Albert) Sculpture: 
Nereid. [Nude female figure stand- 
ing on pedestal of wave-like mass with 
one knee bent, other straight; leaning 
back while supporting vase and holder 
on her stomach] ©1 c. May 6, 1929; 
G 773. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 2, 1929 



4922 



•Cure (Raymond)* New York. 4827 

Designs : 

Good Christian. He loves his fellow 
man. [Cannibal seated on pile of 
books eating human arm. Open book 
in left hand. Parts of human body 
and clothing scattered around fire 
over which hangs a kettle. Two palm 
trees in background] © 1 c. June 18, 
1929; G 1077. 

Cure (Raymond) and Hagan (John) 

New York. 4828,4829 

Cure (Raymond) Drawings: 

Study in shaving brushes. [Two 

brushes, each bearing a man's face on 

the handle, one inverted] © 1 c. 

May 23, 1929 ; G 885. 

Two Americans — George Washing- 
ton is proud to sit beside Abraham 
Lincoln. [Lettering below figures of 
Lincoln and a negro man seated on a 
bench] © 1 c. May 6, 1929; G 772. 

Dahme (Ferdinand Arnold Arthur)* 
New York. 4830-4838 

Paintings : 

Bathing idyll. Bathing scene ; castle 
in background, willow tree framing the 
view. Three nude women in fore- 
ground. © 1 c. May 22, 1929; G 876. 

Coming in. Three quarter front 
view of Spanish galleon, full sails set. 
Smaller sail boat in foreground. © 
1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 871. 

Farewell. Cove of the sea with 
Spanish galleon setting sails. Fore- 
ground : a portico, woman leaning 
against pillar. © 1 c. May 22, 1929; 
G 873. 

Going out. Spanish galleon setting 
sail, three quarter stern view. Smaller 
sailing vessel in foreground, another 
galleon in distance. © 1 c. May 22, 
1929; G 872. 

I lay me down to sleep. Child in 
bed with hands folded in prayer with 
mother also in prayer. © 1 c. May 
22, 1929; G 877. 

I'm in. Laughing child in surf bath- 
ing. © 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 875. 

Me want some more. Baby in high 
chair with bowl and spoon. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1929 ; G 874. 

Nymph of dawn. Nude woman lean- 
ing over a shrub with blossoms and 
little imps sitting around looking on ; 
hillside. Castle in background. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1929 ; G 878. 

We, alone. Airplane, Spirit of St. 
Louis, over ocean with allegorical for- 
mations of figures in the clouds. © 
1 c. May 29. 1929 ; G 913. 



DaPrato (A.) co., Boston. 4839-4922 
Bovecchi (A. & R.) Model: 
Holy water font, 1997. © 1 c. June 

4, 1929 ; G 952. 

Gironi (Raffaello) Models: 
Benedict (St.) 915. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929 ; G 977. 

Bracket, 1746, 1770. 1771, 1772. © 
1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 928-931. 

Bracket for group station, 1504. © 
1 c. June 4, 1929 ; G 932. 

Donatus (St.) 806, 894, 897. © 1 c. 
each June 4, 1929; G 979-981. 

Credence table, 2111-2115. © 1 c. 
each June 4, 1929 ; G 933-937. 

Death of St. Therese, 1160. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1929; G 938. 

Expedite (St.) 822. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929 ; G 982. 

Exposition for blessed sacrament, 
1821, 1825. © 1 c. each June 4, 1929 ; 
G 939, 940. 

Exposition throne, 1822. © 1 c. June 
4, 1929 ; G 941. 

Francis de Paula (St.) 714, 716. 
© 1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 983, 984. 

Gabriel (St.) 980, 981. © 1 c. each 
June 4, 1929; G 985, 986. 

Giovanni di Montemarano (St.) 
1823. © 1 c. June 4, 1929; G 987. 

Gothic frame for station, 1340, 1343, 
1345, 1394. © 1 c. each June 4, 1929 ; 
G 942-945. 

Gothic pulpit, 1790. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929 ; G 946. 

Gothic shrine. 1775, 1779, 1790. © 
1 c. each June 4, 1929 ; G 947-949. 

Maurice Baylon (St.) 885. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1929 ; G 995, 

Nicholas of Bari (St.) 847. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1929 ; G 996. 

Paul of the Cross (St.) 984, 985. © 
1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 997, 998. 

Pedestal, 1687. 1688, 1690, 1694, 
1696, 1697, 1698, 1702, 1709, 1732, 1740, 
© 1 c. each June 4, 1929 ; G 961-971. 

Raphael (St.) 605. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929 ; G 999. 

Renaissance frame for station, 1449. 
© 1 c. June 4, 1929 ; G 973. 

Roch (St.) 883. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929; G 1001. 

Roman frame for station, 1438. © 
1 c. June 4, 1929; G 972. 

Roman frame for station, 1466. © 
1 c. June 4, 1929 ; G 974. 

Roman shrine, 1778, 1781. © 1 c. 
each June 4, 1929 ; G 975, 976. 



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DaPrato (A.) co. — Continued. 

Therese (St.) — Shower of roses, 
bas-relief, 1900. © 1 c. June 4, 1929; 
G 1004. 

Vincent Ferrer (St.) 821, 827. © 
1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 1005, 1006. 

Vision of St. Anthony, 1928. © 1 
c. June 4, 1929 ; G 1008. 

Zacharias (St.) 926. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929 ; G 1007. 

Palla (Ferdinando) Models: 

Blessed Virgin and Child statue, 
123. 144, 149. © 1 c. each June 4, 
1929; G 925-927. 

Cecilia (St.) 1137. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929; G 978. 

Guardian angel, 624. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929; G 950. 

Holy Redeemer statue, 15. © 1 c. 
June 4. 1929 I G 951. 

Immaculate conception statue, 214, 
215, 217. © 1 c. each June 4, 1929; 
G 953-955. 

Joseph (St.) and Child statue, 71. 
76. © 1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 
988, 989. 

Joseph (St.) statue, 86, 88, 98, 103, 
111. © 1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 
990-994. 

Last Supper, 1806. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929 ; G 956. 

Mother of Grace statue, 242. 247, 
257. © 1 c. each June 4, 1929; G 
957-959. 

Our Lady of the Rosary statue, 185. 
© 1 c. June 4, 1929; G 960. 

Rita (St.) 1155. © 1 c. June 4, 
1929; G 1000. 

Therese (St.) 1151, 1152, © 1 c. 
each June 4, 1929 ; G 1002, 1003. 

Davenport (Llewellyn D.)* Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 4923 

Design : 

Vertical sundial. [Spread-wing bird 
in relief with long projecting beak as 
pointer on oval disc with numbers] 
© 1 c. May 1929 ; G 776. 

Davis (Virgalene)* Lawrence, Kan. 

4924 

Sculpture : 

Rock chalk jayhawk. Small jay- 
hawk sitting on the rock chalk pile. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929 ; G 766. 

Deatherage (Albert Gerald)* Wichita 
Falls, Tex. 4925-4927 

Drawings : 

Huff memorial. [Perspective view 
of burial lot with four small monu- 
ments. Large conventionalized monu- 



ment at back of the lot which has low 
narrow border] © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1929 ; 
G 625. 

Lawson memorial. [Large monu- 
ment with plain block in center bear- 
ing name, Lawson ; ends extended 1 
with concave curve at top] © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1929; G 627. 

Still memorial. [Large convention- 
alized monument with tapering shaft 
bearing lettering on one side and 
tilted figure of airplane on top] © 1 
c. Mar. 30, 1929; G 626. 

DcCarlo (Leonard)* San Francisco. 

4928 

Drawing : 

Tony Mandoline [Four views: 
man ready to eat chicken ; chicken 
slipping from plate to his face; man 
putting chicken in meat-grinder, and 
chicken breaking meat-grinder and 
falling to the floor] © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1929 ; G 552. 

De Land (Clyde O.)* Philadelphia. 

4929-4931 

Paintings : 

Birth of the national anthem.. 
Night scene on deck of ship. Seated 
figure at left with pencil and paper, 
and two men standing by the rail 
watching bombardment of distant fort. 
Butt end of cannon at right. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1929; G 828, 

Raising the first American flag,. 
Cambridge, Mass. Jan. 1, 1776. Inte- 
rior of fort with open trench and two. 
guns with squads at left, flag raising, 
mounted officers and cheering soldiers 
in middle distance. © 1 c. Apr. 27,, 
1929 ; G 720. 

Washington at Dorchester Heights, 
At left, two girls on foot, Washington 
on horseback, two officers beyond and 
pole with flag. At right, cannon in 
trench, rubbish incinerator and cheer 
soldiers. In the distance, Beacon Hill, 
Boston and the bay with departing 
British ships. © 1 c. May 20, 1929 ; 
G 829. 

Deming (Kay)* New York. 4932 

Sculpture : 

Kid. Sculpture in the round, being 
the form of a young goat in the atti- 
tude of butting. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; 
G 631. 

Denslow (Henry Carey)* Brooklyn. 

4933: 

Drawing : 

Evolution of life. 2, Animal life of 
the Miocene, Pliocene and Pleistocene 
age, all placed on a long curtain. © 
1 c. May 8, 1929 ; G 814. 



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Detwiller (Frederick K.)* New York. 

4934-4936 

Paintings : 

Home of Hett Smith, the traitor. 
[Close up view of house ; four barren 
trees in foreground ; body of water in 
background] © 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; G 
1069. 

Treason hill, Haverstraw, N. Y. 
[View of house, with large tree in 
foreground and smaller trees in back- 
ground] © 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; G 1068. 

Washington walnut. Washington 
walnut is in the right foreground ; on 
the extreme right end is the Treason 
House seen across the Albany post 
road ; on the extreme left in the dis- 
tance is seen the Hudson and the vil- 
lage of Haverstraw ; the Hook Moun- 
tains and Mt. Thor are in the back- 
ground. © 1 c. June 5, 1929 ; G 1009. 

Dodds granite co., Milford, Mass. 

4937 
McClellan (Harry) Design: 
Wawler memorial, Calvary ceme- 
tery, Chicago, no. C9015. Plain Cal- 
vary cross on three bases, and having 
wings either side rising from bottom 
base to the end pedestals bearing large 
urns. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1929 ; G 730. 

Dreifuss (Leopold)* San Francisco. 

4938-^944 

Designs : 

Collegians, 2. Plaque showing the 
representation of two football players, 
[one carrying the ball in attitude of 
being tackled] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1929 ; 
G 638. 

3. Plaque showing the repre- 
sentation of three crewmen in [atti- 
tude of rowing] © 1 c. Apr. 17. 1929 ; 
G 039. 

4. Plaque showing the repre- 
sentation of two mounted polo players 
[riding toward the foreground ; © 
1 c. Apr. 17, 1929; G 640. 

5. Plaque showing the repre- 
sentation of two basket-ball players 
[jumping for the ball] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1929 ; G 641. 

■ 6. Plaque showing the repre- 
sentation of a golf player [in attitude 
of completing drive, with club back 
over left shoulder] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1929 ; G 642. 

7. Plaque showing the repre- 
sentation of two tennis players, [girls, 
one in foreground running up to meet 
the ball high over her head] © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1929 ; G 643. 



— — 8. Plaque showing the repre- 
sentation of two runners in [attitude 
of going over hurdle] © 1 c. Apr. 7, 
1929 ; G 644. 

Dunsmore (John Ward)* New York. 

4945 

Painting : 

Washington and staff at Fort Lee, 
watching attack on Fort Washington, 
N. Y. Washington on horseback in 
center hands a message to an officer 
to be taken to the commander at Fort 
Washington. At left of picture Tom 
Paine stands leaning against tree. © 
1 c. Apr. 30, 1929 ; G 743. 

Economy concrete products co., Wau- 
watosa, Wis. 4946 

Schwalbe (Lester E.) Drawing: 
A-lyte. Word A-lyte with a lighted 

candle thereunder. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 

1929 ; G 764. 

Elks' national memorial headquarters 
commission, New York. 

4947-4949 

Savage (Eugene Francis) Paint- 
ings : 

Appeal of charity. One of three 
ceiling panels comprising a triptych, 
or one unit, placed in Elks' national 
memorial, Chicago. A feast, beggars 
etc. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 646.. 

Figures carrying fruit, re- 
flected in water. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; 
G 647. 

Pegasus, flying figures, 

birds. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 648, 

Emory (Delbert E.) Chicago. 4950 
Korella (Anthony) Painting: 
Lest we forget. World war scene 
with border of pictures of American 
Legion commanders. Pictures of hono- 
rary commanders at top and represen- 
tation of Flanders Fields and poem by 
Lieut. Col. John McCrae at bottom, 
with Red Cross nurses at either side 
and Statute of Liberty in center of 
field. © 1 c. June 7, 1929 ; G 1082. 

Estes (St. Louis) New York. 4951 

Behrens (Albert M.) Drawing: 
How to live 150 years. [Nude fe- 
male figure ; body bending back at 
hips ; arms raised, supporting large 
tray of fruit] © 1 c. June 22, 1929 ; 
G 1097. 

European statuary & art co., Milwau- 
kee. 4952-4958 
Pescosta (Frank) Sculpture: 
Blessed Virgin and Child, 1484. © 

1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 649. 



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European statuary & art co. — Contd. 

Immaculate Conception, 1425. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 653. 

Joseph (St.) and Child, 1480. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 655. 

1502. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929; G 

652. 

Joseph (St.) with square, 1503. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 650. 

Sacred Heart of Jesus, 1371. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929; G 651. 

1500. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929; G 

654. 

Evans (Rudolph)* New York. 4959 

Sculpture : 

Longfellow (Henry Wadsworth) 
Bronze bust. © 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 
867. 

Feeley co., inc., New York. 4960 

Hofmann (Heinrich) Painting: 
Christ at the time of his resurrec- 
tion. [Three-quarter full front figure] 
© 1 c. May 1, 1929 ; G 750. 

Ferrari (Febo)* Short Beach, Conn. 

4961 

Sculpture : 

Robins, a sun-dial. [Large bird pull- 
ing worm out of ground, and young 
bird with mouth open at side] © 
1 c. May 4, 1929 ; G 762. 

Ferris (Jean Leon Gerome)* Philadel- 
phia. 4962, 4963 

Paintings : 

Franklin's homecoming. 1785. Foot 
of High St., Philadelphia; Franklin 
center of a group ; prow of a ship in 
background with river beyond ; sedan 
chair and two negroes at left. © 1 c. 
Apr. 4, 1929 ; G 559. 

Washington at Bartram's garden, 
1774. Front of Bartram's house. 
Bartram and Washington in center ; 
table and group to right ; woman and 
cat to left. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1929 ; G 713. 

Field museum of natural history, Chi- 
cago. • 4964-4967 
Blaschke (Frederick) Sculpture: 
Reproduction of a Neanderthal fam- 
ily, and the cave in which they lived 
50,000 years ago. [Woman and child 
in corner, boy and woman at right 
(woman skinning animal), and man 
at left] © 1 c. June 10, 1929 ; G 1037. 
Knight (Charles R.) Paintings: 
Brontosaur, a prehistoric animal. 
[Huge animal with small head, long 
neck, large body and long tail, in fore- 
ground. Three crocodiles at left. 



Water and tropical trees in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Apr. 25. 1929 ; G 717. 

Giant prehistoric Irish deer. [Fig- 
ure of deer with very large antlers, 
standing at brow of a hill in fore- 
ground, with valley and hills in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1929; G 595. 

Mosasaur, a prehistoric animal. 
[Aquatic scene. Large sharp-toothed 
animal with ridge down back and tail, 
swimming in the foreground. Sea 
creature at right. Seven prehistoric 
flying reptiles at left] © 1 c. Apr. 25, 
1929 ; G 718. 
Fiero (Emilie)* New York. 4988 

Sculpture : 

Rocky Mountain sheep head. Wall 
fountain in bronze head [with large 
curling horns] © 1 c. May 9, 1929; 
G 798. 

Fingerle & co., Esslingen/N., Germany. 

4969 
Springer (Sidonie) Painting: 
Liebe, original — Olgemalde. [Fig- 
ure of woman kneeling on hilltop ; 
arms outstretched holding large drap- 
ery; head bent in attitude of looking 
at roses] © 1 c. May 27, 1929 ; G 910. 

Flamm (Louis) and Vigdor (Louisa)* 
New York. 4970 

Design : 

No. B. 380. [Conventional flower] 
© 1 c. May 18, 1929 ; G 826. 

Forest studios, Detroit. 4971 

Guswiler (Leila M.) Design: 
Doll head. [Head and shoulders of 

girl with wavy blond hair, eyes shut] 

© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1929 ; G 698. 

Fraser (Laura Gardin)* New York. 

4972-4978 

Sculpture : 

John. Polo pony standing. © 1 c. 
May 2, 1929: G 758. 

John, with harness. [Polo pony 
standing with head erect] © 1 c. 
May 2, 1929 ; G 757. 

Lindbergh medal of the Congress, 
United States of America. Obverse 
shows portrait of Lindbergh in helmet. 
Reverse represents flying nude figure, 
or spirit of aviation. © 1 c. May 18, 
1929; G 827. 

Miss Buck. Polo pony [with right 

re foot raised and h( 
1 c. May 2, 1929 ; G 759. 

National sculpture society medal. 
[Circular bas-relief with seated figure 
of nude man with head bowed, in fore- 
ground. A winged horse flying in 
background] © 1 c. May 2, 1929; 
G 760. 



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5014 



Simplicity. [Bronze figure of nude 
woman standing with head lowered 
and slightly to right, and drapery held 
by both hands at back] © 1 c. May 
2, 1929 ; G 815. 

Timmy Mrs. Coolidge's dog. [Chow 
dos in sitting position] © 1 c. May 
2, 1929 ; G 761. 

French (Daniel Chester)* New York. 

4979 

Sculpture : 

Hawthorne (Nathaniel) Bronze 
bust. © 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 870. 

Friedlander (Leo) New York. 

4980-4987 

Sculpture : 

Agriculture and industry. Male fig- 
ure holding in one hand a hoe and in 
the other hand a beehive. Female 
figure holding horn of plenty. At her 
leer is a mechanical device symbol- 
izing industry. Horses in background. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1929; G 1109. 

Filial fidelity. Figure of a youth 
manipulating farm horses. Mother 
with infant representing the maternal 
phase. © 1 c. June 28, 1929 ; G 1111. 

National wisdom and prudence. 
Wisdom is represented by elderly man 
holding an owl, and kneeling figure 
of a woman holding a mirror repre- 
sents prudence. © 1 c. June 28, 1929 ; 
G 1110. 

Navigation. Neptune standing fig- 
ure, and a kneeling female figure hold- 
ing a model of a ship. © 1 c. June 
28, 1929; G 1116. 

Pegasus, significant of highest 
achievement. Buildings and pyramid ; 
man holding trowel, with woman hold- 
ing architectural design, representative 
of the construction in building. © 1 c. 
June 28. 1929 ; G 1115. 

Security and progress. Security is 
typified in male figure holding key, 
and seated female figure holding sym- 
bol of winged ball representative of 
progress. © 1 c. June 28, 1929; G 
1114. 

Thrift. Male and female figure. 
Female figure holding strong box. 
Seated figure symbolizing the bank. 
Dog representing protection. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1929; G 1112. 

Transportation. Male and female 
figure with symbols of aviation and 
railroading. © 1 c. June 28, 1929; 
G 1113. 



Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England 

4988, 4989 

Dicksee (Herbert) Painting: 

Comrades. Scottish deerhound and 

a white West Highland terrier lying 

in front of a fender. © 1 c. June 1, 

1929; G 916. 

Munnings (A. J.) Painting: 

Drummer of His Majesty's First life 

guards. Man in yellow uniform seated 

upon a brown and white horse, facing 

right. © 1 c. June 13, 1929; G 1046. 

Funderburk (Aaron F.) jr., Long 
Beach, Calif. 4990 

Forncrook (Clarence S.) Painting: 
Airplane view of Long Beach-Los 
Angeles and vicinity showing indus- 
trial and major highway developments. 
A. F. Funderburk jr.'s bird's-eye map. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1929 ; G 560. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 

4991 
Booth (Franklin) Drawing: 
Light's golden jubilee. Thomas A. 
Edison and picture of first incandes- 
cent lamp and latest incandescent 
lamp. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1929 ; G 1094. 

Globe equipment co., Jacksonville, Fla. 

4992 
Eaton (Raymond) Drawing: 
Globe equipment co. Globe with 

Western hemisphere and firm name. 

© 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 862. 

Graham (William P.) New York. 

4993-5014 

Design : 

Adam. Design for a china plate. 
[Five urns at regular intervals with 
floral designs interspersed] © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1929; G 569. 

Paintings : 

Adams design. [Ornamental urn in 
center. Five urns at regular intervals 
in border with floral decorations be- 
tween] © 1 c. May 27, 1929; G 1014. 

Antoinette design. [Central figure 
is ornamental scroll-work with decora- 
tive bands, and radial lines and motifs 
at regular intervals in outer border] 
© 1 c. May 27, 1929; G 1015. 

Autumn leaves design. [Conven- 
tional leaves and flowers scattered 
over a circular design] © 1 c. May 
27, 1929 ; G 1016. 

Cloissone. Design for a china plate. 
[Scroll design of flowers, stems and 
leaves] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1929 ; G 574. 

Design, 341. [Margherite] © 1 c. 
May 27, 1929 ; G 1010. 



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Giaham (William P.) — Continued. 

Design, 351. [Small basket of 
flowers] © 1 c. May 27, 1929 ; G 1012. 

Design, 352. [Scroll-work, conven- 
tionalized foliage etc.] © 1 c. May 27, 
1929 ; G 1013. 

Dolly Varden. Design for a china 
plate. [Five baskets of flowers at 
regular intervals with floral designs 
interspersed, and larger basket of 
flowers in center of plate] © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1929 ; G 570. 

Dorset. Design for a china plate. 
[Landscape in circular center with a 
background of urns, flowers, leaves 
and stems in scrollwork] © 1 c. Apr. 
9, 1929 ; G 573. 

Eldorado. Design for a china plate. 
[Five small bowls of flowers at regu- 
lar intervals with intricate design of 
flowers, leaves and stems between] 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1929; G 571. 

Firenze design. [One large and two 
small sprays of assorted flowers] © 1 
c. May 27, 1929 ; G 1017. 

Hathaway design. [Bunch of 
flowers between two cornucopias with 
scroll-work placed at regular intervals 
in the border] © 1 c. May 27, 1929 ; 
G 1018. 

Hartsdale. Design for a china 
plate. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929; G 612. 

Meissen. Design for a china plate. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; G 614. 

Palermo. [Large floral motif in 
■center; three smail sprays of flowers 
■around the edge] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1929; G 613. 

Pelham. Design for a china plate. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; G 611. 

Pompadour. Design for a china 
plate. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; G 616. 

Regina. [Five lattice work designs 
with flowers, at regular intervals, with 
dark solid spaces between and floral 
sprays] © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1929 ; G 572. 

Valencia design. [Scroll-work in 
center. Five tall vases of flowers at 
regular intervals and decorative band 
outside] © 1 c. May 27, 1929 ; G 1019. 

Vehdome design. [Plain center with 
decorative border divided into five sec- 
tions by radial bands] © 1 c. May 
27, 1929; G 1020. 

Westchester. Design for a china 
plate. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; G 615. 
Graham & Zenger, inc., New York. 

5015 

Graham (William P.) Painting: 

Design, 342. [Floral group] © 1 c. 
May 27, 1929 ; G 1011. 



Granite City granite co.*, St. Cloud, 
Minn. 5016 

Design : 

Flethen memorial. Design 306. © 
1 c. May 13. 1929 ; G 806. 

Groseclose (Henry C.) Richmond. 

5017 
Osterberg (John E.) Drawing: 
Emblem of future farmers of Amer- 
ica. Cross section ear of corn ; owl 
sitting on plow ; rising sun behind ; 
FFA in center; word Vocational 
around top, and Agriculture below. 
© 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 767. 

Haag (Charles Oscar)* Winnetka, 111. 

5018 

Sculpture : 

Wedding ring. Sculptured relief, in 
the nude, of woman holding her hands 
upwards, her hair forming a ring. © 
1 c. June 5, 1922; G 1091. 

Hagan (Jobn) Belleville, N. J. 5019 
Cure (Raymond) Design: 
PossnVe paradox. [Anthropoid 
chimpanzee lying in a hammock of 
leaves, reading a book called Darwin] 
© 1 c. June 10, 1929; G 1035. 

Hallett (Charles Douglas Mountjoy)* 
Sydney, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. 5020 
Drawing : 

Charlie babies. [Two similar fig- 
ures of girls in abbreviated dress with 
left leg and right arm raised, and 
mouth open wide] © 1 c. May 10, 
1929; G 803. 

Hannay (Meta Knox)* Waban, Mass. 

5 021-0024 

Sculpture : 

Fifth symphony. Caricature stat- 
uette of Gustav Mahler in attitude of 
conducting orchestra, with baton in 
r-ip-ht hand. © 1 c. June 12, 1929; G 
1042. 

Lark. Bas-relief after the paint- 
ing by Jules Breton. [Girl reaper in 
field, sickle in right hand] © 1 c. 
June 12, 1929; G 1045. 

Mary's lamb. Bas-relief of lamb in 
circle/ © 1 c. June 12, 1929 ; G 1043. 

Three gardeners. Bas-relief of 
three gardeners; after Sir John Ten- 
niel's illustration for Lewis Carroll's 
Alice in Wonderland. © 1 c. June 12, 
1929; G 1044. 

Hayes (Alma B.) Takoma Park, Md. 

5025 

Hayes (B. B.) Drawing: 

Captain Ego. [Outline drawing of 
man, full front view, hands clutching 
lapels of his coat] © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1929 ; G 697. 



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Hayes monument co., Chicago. 5026 
Hayes (Charles A.) Design: 
Haves memorial. © Dec. 22, 1928; 

2 c. Mar. 16. 1929 ; G 623, 

Hazzard (Harry Marsden)* New 
York. 5027 

Sculpture : 

Cold maker. Statuette representing 
the North Western plains Indians 
mythical god of winter. [Emaciated 
figure of man holding a staff crouched 
over a skull] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1929; 
G 580. 

Hey wood (Anne)* New York. 5028 

Drawing : 

Solitude. Ausable River, Mount 
White Face in the distance. Man sit- 
ting on rock along the river. © 1 c. 
May 24, 1929 ; G 890. 

Hibben (Thomas)* New York. 

5029-5033 

Designs : 

Band leader with baton and little 
boy marching together. © 1 c. Apr. 
16, 1929 ; G 634. 

Bov sawing wood in a shop. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 632. 

Christmas tree with decorations and 
toys. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 635. 

Fat clown and two children with bal- 
loons. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929; G 633. 

Stained glass window for Riley hos- 
pital. Circus parade with prominent 
figures of elephants and clowns. © 
1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 636. 

Himebaugh (Guy Walter) and Bridg- 
water (Howard Jacquay) Atlanta. 

5034 
Snell (Conrad E.) Drawing: 
Colonial guards of America. [Two 
guns crossed with Liberty Bell hang- 
ing on beam suspended from butts by 
•chains. Letters GA., L. 5., C. G. A. 
placed in the angles] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1929; G 813. 

Hintermeister (Hy.)* Brooklyn. 

5035, 5036 

Paintings : 

Sundaughter. Sitting on a rocky 
ledge an Indian girl, her body partly 
covered with furs, her right hand rest- 
ing on a bow with arrows, her left 
hand shading her eyes, is looking to- 
ward the setting sun. © 1 c. June 
19, 1929; G 1083. 

Two Blue Belton. English setters 
pointing quail hidden under blackberry 
hushes in the left foreground. In the 
middle distance are two hunters com- 
ing over the hill. Fall scene. © 1 c. 
June 10, 1929 ; G 1038. 



Hoffman (Malvina)* New York. 

5037, 5038 

Sculpture : 

Siamese cat in an upright position 
on a wooden block base. © 1 c. May 
25, 1929; G 899. 

Sleeping cat (Siamese) [Cat with 
body curled up] © 1 c. May 25, 1929 ; 
G 898. 

Holden (Sanford S.)* Kenilworth, 111. 

5039 

Painting : 

Lady in evening wrap. [Full length 
figure of girl standing before an arched 
doorway] © 1 c. May 31, 1929 ; G 914. 

Hoover (Martin R.) Ft. Worth, Tex. 

5040 
Bentley (Kenneth J.) Sculpture: 
Snooks, the hot dog. Dog in a sit- 
ting position with an enlarged head 
and eyes. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1929 ; G 700. 

Hoover-Greer manufacturing co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 5041 

Bowman (L.) Sculpture: 
Old soak. [Figure of man with left 

hand in pocket, wearing a derby. 

Bare foot showing through toe of right 

shoe] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1929 ; G 699. 

Horwitz (Edw. S.)* Cincinnati. 5042 

Drawing : 

Comic fans. Second series. Meet 
Mike and Ray, they've come to stay. 
Two figures personifying the micro- 
phone and radio, on left and right re- 
spectively ; with the names, Mike Ra- 
phone and Ray Deoh. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1929; G 1081. 

Hudson's Bay Co., Vancouver, B. C. 

5043-5072 

Innes (John) Paintings: 

Buffalo scouts. [Two Indians with 
horses in foreground. Herd of buf- 
faloes in middle distance. Hills in 
background] © 1 c. May 23, 1929; 
G 1122. 

Cattle cruiser. [Cowboy on horse- 
back riding along top of hill, gazing 
into valley below] © 1 c. May 23, 
1929; G 1137. 

Cattle-land. [Cowboys, with horses 
and cattle, at top of hill looking at 
valleys and hills below] © 1 c. May 
23, 1929; G 1136. 

Engineer. [Man on horseback at 
top of hill looking at country below. 
Pack-horse in foreground. Clouds 
hanging low, above] © 1 c. May 23, 
1929; G 1146. 



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Hudson's Bay Co. — Continued. 

Eternal quest. [Man panning for 
gold in creek in foreground. Another 
man, horses and camp in background. 
Mountain scenery] © 1 c. May 23, 
1929; G 1139. 

Fishers of the Western Gateway. 
[Many sail-boats on large body of 
water, with hills along horizon. Two 
men in rowboat in foreground] © 
1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1143. 

Flood-tide of opportunity. [Sky- 
scrapers in background. Field of 
wheat in middle distance. Pioneers 
and Indians in right foreground] © 
1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1149. 

Fur Hunters. [Three hunters with 
packs approaching log-cabin, pulling 
loaded sled. Hills on all sides] © 
1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1141. 

Guardian of the West. [Man in uni- 
form standing beside horse, talking to 
man seated on log pile. Hills in back- 
ground] © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1131. 

In Rory Bory land. [Four men in 
boots and furs with dog sled in snowy 
land. Pines at left. Northern lights 
in. background] © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; 
G 1140. 

In the grip of the frost. [Indians 
on horseback riding in foreground. 
W T ind blowing. Hills in background] 
© 1 c. May 23, 1929; G 1128. 

Last survivor. [Lone buffalo in 
middle of plain looking at skeleton of 
a buffalo before him] © 1 c. May 23, 
1929; G 1133. 

League-long furrows. [Man with 
team of oxen plowing in field. Log- 
cabin at left] © 1 c. May 23, 1929; 
G 1132. 

Lords of the wild. [Indian camp 
beside small pond in foreground] © 
1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1150. 

Pathfinder. [Man on horseback 
leading pack-horse, fording a stream. 
Forest and hills in background] © 
1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1145. 

Pioneer lumbering. [Logging camp. 
Two men on pile of logs at left. Man 
at right driving four oxen] © 1 c. 
May 23. 1929 ; G 1142. 

Pioneers' highway. [Group of men 
in canoe in foreground, followed by 
another canoe, paddling through rocky 
gorge] © 1 c. May 23, 1929; G 1124. 

Prairie schooner. [Three covered 
wagons driving across an open plain] 

© 1 c. May 23, 1929; G 1130. 

Prospector. [Old man on horse, 
with pack horse behind, riding along 



top of bluff. Mountains in back- 
ground] © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1138.. 

Red-man's reverie. [Indian man 
wrapped in blanket, seated at right of 
campfire. Visionary figures of Indian 
woman with papoose and two other 
figures in the rising smoke] © 1 c. 
May 23, 1929 ; G 1135. 

Red River cart. [Two figures in 
two-wheeled cart driving down road 
through center of picture. Another- 
cart and man on horseback following] 
© 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1129. 

Roaring devil of the paleface. [Four 
Indians on horses in foreground fright- 
ened by locomotive of a train coming 
from right background. Wigwams at 
left] © 1 c. May 23, 1929; G 1147. 

Scarlet and gold. [Two uniformed 
men on horseback riding along rocky 
trail at top of cliff. Mountains in 
background] © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G: 
1148. 

Silence. [Scene on water at night 
Lone Indian in canoe] © 1 c. May 23,. 
1929 ; G 1151. 

Trading post. [British fort at right. 
Indian wigwams outside of wall at 
left. Indian and white man talking 
in foreground beside dismounted 
horse] © 1 c. May 23, 1929; G 1126. 

Trail of ashes. [Three Indians on 
horseback riding across open plain. 
Hills in background] © 1 c. May 23, 
1929 ; G 1134. 

Trail rider. [Man on horseback, fol- 
lowed by a pack-horse, riding along 
narrow trail at edge of cliff] © 1 c. 
May 23, 1929 ; G 1144. 

Treaty. [Indians and white men. 
grouped around campfire in fore- 
ground. Wigwams at left] © 1 c. 
May 23, 1929 ; G 1125, 

Travellers. [Two Indians on horse- 
back riding through storm. Horse- 
without rider at their right] © 1 c. 
May 23, 1929 ; G 1127. 

When the Blackfeet hunt. [Indians, 
mounted on horses, riding through a 
herd of buffaloes. One Indian shoot- 
ing bow and arrow at buffalo in fore- 
ground] © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 1123. 

Hufnail (W. iff*)* Mabton, Wash. 

5073; 

Drawing : 

United barbers beauty shoppe. It 
pays to look neat. [Circle with let- 
tering around rim and underneath. 
Center : two elliptical spaces on either 
side of diagonally striped space] © 
1 c. Apr. 26, 1929; G 818, 



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Hunt (Esther)* New York. 5074 

Sculpture : 

Duck boy. Statue of small Chinese 
boy holding two partly grown duck- 
lings in his arms and laughing. © 
1 c. June 10, 1929 ; G 1034. 

Hurst (Samuel N.) jr.*, Appalachia. 
Va. 5075, 5076 

Drawings : 

Benge, the last of the Indian chiefs, 
whose scalp is in the capital at Rich- 
mond, Va. [Right profile of Indian 
with tomahawk. Hills in background] 
© 1 c. Apr. 1, 1929; G 547. 

Wimioah and her lover Cochesa. 
[Figures of Indian man and woman 
standing, facing each other and hold- 
ing hands. Hills in background] © 
1 c. Apr. 1, 1929 ; G 548. 



Imans (Pierre)* Paris. 5077-5114 

Sculpture : 

Ademar. 544 KT. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1929; G 673. 

Aime. 569 KT. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19. 1929; G 682. 

Aldevar. 551 KT. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1929 ; G 674. 

Antoine. 556 KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 678. 

Argentina. 612 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 690. 

Artemise. K 47 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929; G 663. 

Bobette. K 43* T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19. 1929 ; G 660. 

Calliope. K 45 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 661. 

Camille, K 42 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929 ; G 659. 

Clio. K 53 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929 ; G 668. 

Daniel. 703 T. 14 ans. Buste. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 692, 

Dieudonne. 564 KT. 20 ans. © 1 
c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 679. 

Dolly 708 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1929; G 696. 

Edgar. 707 KT. 16 ans. Buste. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 695. 

Fitzmaurice. 573 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 686. 

Fredy. 565 KT. 20 ans. Buste. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 680. 

Gontrande. K 40 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19. 1929; G 658. 

Hugues. 535 KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929; G 671. 

64337—29 2 97 



Isidore. 552 KT. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1929 ; G 675. 

Jannings, 570 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 683. 

Jerry. 554 KT. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929 ; G 676. 

Jose. 555 KT. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929; G 677. 

Judith. K 51 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 666. 

Kohl. 571 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929; G 684. 

Maguy. K 50 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 665. 

Malou. K 49 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 664. 

Marc. 537 KT. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929; G 672. 

Mimie. 63 T. 18 ans. Buste. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 669. 

Molly. 610 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19. 1929; G 689. 

Musette. K 52 T. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 667. 

Olivier. 568 KT. Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929; G 681. 

Paul. 398 T. 6 ans. Buste. © 1 
c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 670. 

Philippe. 704 KT. 16 ans. Buste. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 693. 

Raquel Meller. 608 T. Buste. © 1 
c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 688. 

Sacha. 7 T. 3 ans, Buste. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 657. 

Sido. K 46 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929; G 662. 

Simy. 613 T. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929 ; G 691. 

Von Hlinefeld. 582 T. Buste. © 1 
c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; G 685. 

Imhoff (Gerthold)* St. Walburg, 
Sask., Canada. 5115 

Painting : 

Crucifixion. [Scene at crucifixion. 
Christ and two thieves being crucified 
on crosses, in foreground ; crowds at 
their feet ; large buildings in back- 
ground] © 1 c. June 22, 1929; G 
1096. 

Jennewein (Carl Paul)* New York. 

5116-5118 

Sculpture : 

Guidance, Wisdom, Faith, Security, 
Labor, and two minor subjects. 
[Seven pilasters; six of them repre- 
sented by symbolical standing figures; 
one, by lettered scroll] © 1 c. Apr. 2„ 
1929; G 550. 



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Jennewein (Carl Paul)* — Continued. 

Painting. Decorative panel [in 
high relief. Partially nude figure of 
woman seated. Drapery over legs and 
falling over arms from back. Tablet 
held in outstretched left hand. Right 
hand raised. Relief lettering on base] 
© 1 c. May 10, 1929 ; G 831. 

Sculpture. Decorative panel [in 
high relief. Partially nude figure of 
man seated. Drapery over crossed 
legs and falling over right shoulder 
from back. Small nude torso held in 
outstretched right hand. Relief let- 
tering on base] © 1 c. May 10, 1929 ; 
G 830. 

Johnson (Marvea)* Forest City, la. 

5119 

Painting : 

Victory. Red French field poppies, 
crude cross and U. S. flag, and sunset 
skies over the hills and seed tops. © 
1 c. Apr. 12, 1929 ; G 597. 

Johnson (Tom Loftin)* New York. 

5120 

Design : 

Proposed decoration for the Louis- 
ville war memorial. [Circular design, 
octagon in center with figures and con- 
ventional designs surrounding it and 
filling circle. Names of battlefields in 
lettering around rim. Four cornice 
designs outside of circle. © 1 c. May 
28, 1929 ; G 901. 

Jones (Annie Dale)* [and] Jones 
(Mary Logan) Paducah, Ky. 

5121-5124 

Drawings : 

Costume ball. Quilt design. [Let- 
tering across top of rectangle with 
four circular medallions of man and 
woman in colonial costumes and floral 
decorations] © 1 c. Apr, 6, 1929; 
G 567. 

Marine design. [Rectangular de- 
sign, symbolic of sea and marine life. 
Circular motif in center with fish, 
boats, birds, etc., around it] © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1929; G 98. 

Mary- Annas. [Back view of two 
rural figures of women, one with rake 
and the other with hoe, carrying a 
basket between them] © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1929 ; G 97. 

Santa Claus or Christmas. [Ob- 
long design. Winter scene in motif 
in center. Row of pine trees at top. 
Airplane, dirigible, boat, house, tree, 
etc., occupy remainder of space] © 1 
c. Jan. 2, 1929 ; G 99. 



Jones brothers co., Boston. 



5125 



McClellan (Harry C.) Design: 
Gaylord memorial. © Feb. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 7 ; 1 c. Mar. 25 ; G 774. 

Jordan (Gladys C.)* Long Beach, 
Calif. 5126 

Design : 

Luncheon set. [Embroidery design. 
Large vase of flowers, and single 
spray of flowers] © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1929; G 546. 

Jordan (Roger Paul) studio, Portland, 
Me. 5127 

Starbird (Frank) Drawing: 
Pals. Nude boy and his dog at a 

swimming hole [seated side by side, 

back view] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929; 

G 596. 

Keck (Charles)* New York. 5128 

Sculpture : 

Madison (James) Bronze bust. © 
1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 865. 

Keller mechanical engineering corp., 

Brooklyn. 5129 

Kaupmann (Frederick) Design: 

Lincoln (Abraham) [Right profile 

head of Lincoln in relief. Lettering 

below] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 630. 

Kirmse (Marguerite) New York. 5130 

Sculpture : 

Scotty-playful. [Bronze dog] © 
1 c. Apr. 6, 1929 ; G 564. 
Klein (Evelyn Viola) South Gate, 
Calif. 5131-5134 

Drawings : 

Hobo Yo. [Figure" of man clinging 
to lamp-post with alarm-clock in right 
hand and bottle in left] © 1 c. Apr. 
30, 1929; G 746. 

Lucky. [Figure kneeling on left 
knee with left arm raised, holding 
pair of dice in right hand up to his 
lips] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1929 ; G 747. 

Mermaid. [Figure of mermaid 
standing on tail with right arm raised, 
looking over left shoulder] © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1929; G 748. 

Sultan. [Figure of girl in Turkish 
costume holding hands together in 
front of her, with head turned over 
right shoulder] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1929; 
G 749. 

Keevin (Edward E.) Lynn, Mass. 

5135 
Santry (Phillip) Drawing: 
Newsboy world. [Shield bearing 
lettering in bar across top: Quartered 
below with first and fourth of boy 
delivering morning paper ; second and 
third of newsboy selling papers at 
night] © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1929; G 629. 



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Koenig bros., Jersey City, N. J. 5136 

Koenig (Jacob) Design: 

Anthony .-(St.) with Child Jesus. 
Ornament consisting of statuette of 
St. Anthony with Child Jesus inserted 
in framed ornamental shadow box, 
decorated glass in front and two flower 
bouquets at base of statuette. © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1929; G 568. 

Lambert bros. jewelers, inc., New 
York. 5137 

Young (Mahonri M.) Sculpture: 
Boxer. Statue of boxer mounted 
on Belgian marble base with four side 
name plates listing the heavyweight 
champions to date, the names, heavy- 
weight, championship, Muldoon and 
Tunney also appearing on the base. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1929 ; G 562. 

Leigh (Ethel Traphagen) New York. 

5138-5168 

Adams (Katherine) Design: 
Povu ya Bahari (Foam of the sea) 
© 1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 837. 

Bade (Jack) Design: 
Tufe (African Pom Poms) © 1 c. 
May 21, 1929 ; G 858. 

Blatt (Betty) Design: 

Kikuku (African bracelet) [All- 
over design. Parallel rows of circles 
joined together. A square ornament 
in center of alternate circles] © 1 c. 
June 4, 1929 ; G 924. 

Boveri (Maria Teresa) Design: 
Vitana, African combs. © 1 c. May 
21, 1929; G 838. 

Cameron (Bernadine) Design: 

Vipuli (African earrings) © 1 c. 
May 21, 1929 ; G 861. 

Carlson (Agda) Design: 

Nagao na mikuki (Shields and 
spears) © 1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 839. 

De Chester (E.) Designs: 
Dhows of the Nile. © 1 c. May 21, 
1929 ; G 840. 

Mua, cactus plant. © 1 c. May 21, 
1929 ; G 841. 

Feeney (Rosemary) Designs: 
Kan* ya mtumbivi (Canoe paddles) 

© 1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 842. 

Nagao (African war shields) © 1 c. 

May 21, 1929; G 1072. 

Fewell ( Gloria ) Design : 

Baragumu (Herder's horn) © 1 c. 
May 21, 1929 ; G 843. 

Goldner (Edna) Design: 

Banagiri (Bracelet) © 1 c. May 
21, 1929 ; G 844. 



Hallman (Ruth E.) Design: 
Viatu (African sandals) © 1 c. 
May 21, 1929 ; G 845. 

Hayes (Margaret) Design: 
Viko (African pipes) © 1 c. May 
21, 1929; G 846. 

Hogue (Kitty) Design: 

Nagao na mikuki (African shields 
and spears) © 1 c. May 21, 1929; 
G 848. 

Lof (Marguerite) Design: 
Viatu (Sandals) © 1 c. May 21, 
1929; G 850. 

Kirkpatrick (Ada) Design: 
Vibanda, African huts. © 1 c. May 
21, 1929 ; G 836. 

Jaffe (Ruth) Design: 
Vitana Vibele (African combs) © 
1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 849. 

Matthews (Margaret) Designs: 
Africa in Morse code. © 1 c. May 

21, 1929; G 1073. 

Kifuniko (A lid) © 1 c. May 21, 

1929; G 1071. 

Mott (L.Adelaide) Designs: 
Kitara ya Sultone (Sultan's sword) 

© 1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 851. 

Mpingo na pemba (Ebony and 

ivory) © 1 c. May 21, 1929; G 847. 

Post (Grace A.) Design: 
Vikuku (Bracelets) © 1 c. May 
21, 1929 ; G 852. 

Rogers (Marcia D.) Designs: 
Ki ku ku na Mkufu (African neck- 
laces and earrings) © 1 c. May 21. 
1929 ; G 853. 

Sengenge (African wire jewelry) © 
1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 860. 

Schemedtje (Elsa E.) Design: 
Vengele ya Garni a (African camel 
bells) © 1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 859. 

Schochat (Ada M.) Design: 
Vino (African pipes) © 1 c. May 
21, 1929 1 G 854. 

Sproule (Eleanor) Design: 
Mikuki ya amane (Spears with pom 

poms) © 1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 1070. 
Thompson (Marion) Design 
Kijete Maziwa (African milk bush) 

© 1 c. May 21, 1929; G 855. 

Toennies (Helen) Design: 
Ngozi ya Turga (Giraffe spots) © 
1 c. May 21, 1929 ; G 857. 

Willett (Louise M.) Design: 
Vitana Vitatu (Three combs) © 
1 c. May 21, 1929 : G 856. 



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Lemon (Frank)* Seattle. 5169 

Sculpture : 

North West life's best at Seattle, 
cease your quest. Medalion with map 
of United States crossed by allegorical 
figure of woman. © 1 c. June 8, 1929 ; 
G 1033. 

Lesch (Rudolf) New York. 5170 

Codron (Jef) Design: 

Bruges — la jolie. A canal, upon 
which four swans are floating, occupies 
foreground ; a stone bridge passes over 
the canal in the middleground ; a row 
of old houses on the left bank, compose 
the background. © 1 c. May 29, 1929 ; 
G 911. 

Libbey (Louis E.) Hollywood, Calif. 

5171, 5172 

Walsh (Tuan LeRoy C.) Sculpture: 
Peter the Hermit. Long haired and 
whiskered old man, right hand in 
pocket of trousers, left hand resting 
atop of cane reaching to shoulders ; 
smiling face, mouth open, shirt open- 
front top, sleeves rolled, bare-foot 
sandals, standing on rock in center of 
hollowed-out block rimmed on sides. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1929 ; G 833. 

Swiftwater. Greyhound in resting 
position, head up and slightly to right, 
body resting on block pedestal. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1929 ; G 805. 

Lockhart (Marcelite Avery)* Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5173 

Sculpture : 

Hoover (Herbert) Bust. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1929 ; G 763. 

Loevenhart & co., Louisville. 5174 

Roop (Joseph L.) Sculpture: 
Exhibit 1. Young man fully attired 

standing on a pedestal beside a sitting 

Belgium police dog. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 

1929 ; G 795. 

Lone Wolf (Naoma) Greer, Ariz. 

§175-5177 

Lone Wolf. Paintings : 

Buffalo run. Indians hunting buf- 
falo ; one killed, another shot with ar- 
row. © 1 c. May 1, 1929 ; G 752. 

Roping a fresh mount. Cowboys 
roping unbroken horses. Their own 
horses being too tired to go much far- 
ther, they decide to rope fresh ones. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1929 ; G 751. 

Scout council. Scouting party 
sights emigrant train in valley below, 
and plan an attack on same. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1929 ; G 753. 



Lynn (Mary R.)* Philadelphia. 5178 

Painting : 

Original pastel painting, no. 503. 
[Head of girl wearing long hoop ear- 
rings. Shoulders bare] © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1929 ; G 83975. 

McAtee (Emma D.)* Los Angeles. 

5179 

Drawing : 

Tree of inspiration. [Tree with 
bare limbs, and a cross and lettering, 
Church, on main trunk. Six large 
roots also lettered] © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1929; G 656. 

McGill (Henry J.) [and] Hamlin 
(Talbot F.)* New York. 5180 

Design : 

Tolerance crucifixion tower, the na- 
tional shrine of the Little Flower, 
Royal Oak, Mich. [Figure of Christ 
on the cross in upper part of tower. 
Scriptural representations above and 
on base. Column of Scriptural quota- 
tions underneath figure leading to 
large lettered word Tolerance] © 1 c. 
May 11, 1929; G 812. 

McGuigan (Thomas P.) Chicago. 5181 

Drawing : 

Feeling bad. What you need is some 
sunshine to keep that school girl com- 
plexion. Drawing showing a human 
head in an exaggerated bed. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1929; G 716. 

McKelvie (William) Hollywood, Calif. 

5182 

Drawing : 

Making of a Shriner. [Four draw- 
ings : first consists of six intersecting 
circles which merge in the second and 
third drawings, and form figure 
dressed as a Shriner in the fourth] © 
1 c. May 7, 1929 ; G 1074. 

MacMorris (LeRoy Daniel)* New 
York. 5183-5193 

Paintings : 

Ca c'est Paris. Art panel. [Bird's- 
eye view of the city of Paris on all- 
over pattern of conventionalized fleur- 
de-lis. Coat of arms in upper left] © 
1 c. Apr. 12, 1929 ; G 600. 

Castles of France. [Five art panels 
of miniature castles all over the side 
of a hill. Larger figures of men and 
women in French period costumes, 
some on horses] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929 ; 
G 605. 

Discovery. Art panel. [Ornament- 
ed hemisphere showing three ships 
sailing toward America. Stars and 
clouds in background. Group of In- 



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dians at left and men in armor and 
nude Woman at right] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1929; B 601. 

Fire dance. Art panel. [Nude fe- 
male crouching in left corner and 
cringing figure of nude man at right. 
Nude female slinking off to right fol- 
lowed by figure of danger. Man 
with a firebrand at left and Spirit of 
fire issuing from urn in the form of 
smoke] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929 ; G 608. 

Fontainebleau. [Three art panels. 
Landscape in center showing body of 
water w T ith chateau in background. 
Lettering above; border of six small 
portrait pictures at right and left. 
Row of 12 coats of arms at bottom] © 
1 c. 'Apr. 12, 1929 ; G 606. 

In the king's garden. [Six art 
panels with Gothic arches at top. 
Woodland scene. Nine figures in pe- 
riod costumes of the middle ages. Two 
flamingoes, dog and flowers in fore- 
ground] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929; G 604. 

Montmartre. Art panel. [View of 
house-tops in foreground with con- 
spicuous many spired structure set 
high in the background] © 1 c. Apr 
12, 1929 : G 603. 

Nymphs. Art panel. [Decorative 
screen of five panels, each bearing full 
length figure of scantily clad woman 
with a vase] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929; 
G 602. 

Papillons de 1'aube. Art panel [in 
three sections. Butterflies on all over 
design with background of growing 
lilies] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929; G 599. 

Pastorale. Art panel [in three sec- 
tions. Fountain in the foreground 
with floral background and five nude 
figures at top] © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929; 
G 598. 

Three merchants. [Seven art pan- 
els. At left: nude female flower mer- 
chant in kneeling position ; the three 
other figures standing. Man bird mer- 
chant with cages in center panel ; nude 
female fruit merchant at right] © 
1 c. Apr. 12, 1929; G 607. 

MacNeil (Hermon A.)* College Point, 
L. I., N. Y. 5194 

Sculpture : 

Parkman (Francis) Bronze bust. 
© 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 868. 

Maldarelli (Oronzio)* New York. 

5195 

Sculpture : 

Two kids. [Goat on hind legs in 
front of nude child standing with left 
:knee bent, right leg outstretched, right 



hand raised behind head of goat] © 
1 c. May 14, 1929 ; G 811. 

Master proof co., New York. 5196 

Puthuff (Hanson) Painting: 
Midway point. [A mass of rocks 

bearing a few trees, in foreground ; 

water and hills in background] © 

1 c. May 31, 1929 ; G 915. 

Mayer china co.. Beaver Falls, Pa. 

, 5197-5202 

Hagmann (U.) Designs: 

Autumn pattern. Border pattern 
made up principally of leaves and corn 
flowers. © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 882. 

Cordova pattern. Conventionalized 
running border pattern [of leaves and 
flowers] © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 883. 

Cresco pattern. Spray border pat- 
tern with a small spray [of flowers] 
between each of the larger [ones] © 
1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 884. 

Johnston (U. T.) Design: 
Malone pattern. Chain border pat- 
tern. © 1 c. May 23, 1929 ; G 880. 

Mayer (Arthur E.) Designs: 
Dixon pattern. Conventionalized 

border design. © 1 c. May 23, 1929; 

G 881. 

Spencer pattern. Naturalistic leaf 

and floral spray. © 1 c. June 21, 

1929; G 1090. 



Medallic art co., New York. 



5203 



Dautel (Pierre) Design: 

[Circular disc] Obverse represents 
ideal female figure measuring with 
caliper a die, with die cutting machine 
in foreground set up with model on it. 
Reverse: Man in background shown 
operating machine for reducing statu- 
ary, with original model and reduc- 
tion shown as the head of Victory 
taken from Statue of Liberty. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1929; G 583. 

Meissner and Buch, Leipzig. 5204 

Hurel (S.) Painting: 

Sampler. Girl seated in chair sew- 
ing sampler. Table with colored 
yarns on it, in right foreground. Red 
wall in background. Mirror and two 
pictures hung on wall. © 1 c. May 
9, 1929 ; G 797. 

Merchant (Albert Wyndoin)* Rock- 
land, Me. 5205 

Painting : 

Red Jacket (Clipper Ship) [in full 
sail] © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1929; G 556. 



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Miller (Harriette G.)* Arlington, Vt. 

5206 

Sculpture : 

Diane. Ideal head of woman, par- 
tially framed by crescent moon, form 
of clouds in back. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1929; G 539. 

Miller (R. Russell)* Dayton, O. 5207 

Model : 

Battle of Soissons. A vivid battle 
scene. How the war tide turned at 
Soissons. [Rectangular layout of bat- 
tlefield. Road in center leading to- 
ward houses in background. Troops 
and aeroplanes on both sides] © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1929 ; G 896. 

Mitchell (Eva Blanche)* Riverside, 
111. 5208 

Sculpture : 

Scout master. [Figure of boy in 
Scout suit standing with right foot 
on a rise in the ground, holding an ax] 
© 1 c. Apr. 22, 1929 ; G 704. 

Moessel (Julius)* Chicago. 

5209-5211 

Designs : 

Decoration for a hall. [Perspective 
view of an interior. Arched doors at 
left, windows at right. Panel decora- 
tion of birds and foliage on back wall. 
Beam ceiling with various conven- 
tional designs] © 1 c. May 9, 1929; 
G 801. 

Decoration for an evening festival. 
[A lattice-work enclosure in back- 
ground with steps leading to central 
doorway below highly ornamented 
dome. Other doors at left and right. 
Japanese lanterns suspended from 
trees overhead] © 1 c. May 9, 1929; 
G 802. 

Starsky and planets. [Circular de- 
sign with border series of pictures of 
mythological figures] © 1 c. May 9, 
1929; G 800. 

Montana club, inc., Helena, Mont. 

5212 

Russell (Charles M.) Painting; 

When the land was God's. [Hilly 
landscape. Herd of buffaloes fording 
stream through center. Wolf ap- 
proaching skeleton in foreground] © 
1 c. Mar. 16, 1929 ; G 544. 

Morgan (Arthur C.)* Shreveport, La. 

5213 

Sculpture : 

Sexton (Dr. George S.) Portrait 
bust. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1929 ; G 558. 



Morley (Ruth Killick)* New York. 

5214-5219 

Sculpture : 

Between bouts. Nude man resting 
on one leg more than the other. Arms 
behind back, one clasping wrist of the 
other. © 1 c. June 1, 1929; G 921. 

Bust of an old man, aquiline nose, 
moustache. © 1 c. June 1. 1929; G 
917. 

Grief. Nude woman bending head 
on to one knee and holding face in 
hands. © 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; G 920. 

Marguerites. Nude little girl seated 
on mound with one foot crossed over 
the other, holding large bunch of mar- 
guerites on knees between hands. © 
1 c. June 1, 1929 ; G 919. 

Vanity. Little girl, nude, laughing 
at herself in mirror, holding her neck- 
lace with other hand. © 1 c. May 16, 
1929; G 824. 

Wolf cub. Sitting up. haunches and 
fail to one side. © 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; 
G 918. 

Mozdy (Charles B.)* Erie, Pa. 5220 

Design ; 

Shear skill. [Rectangular design of 
three horizontal bands with lettering. 
An open pair of shears in center su- 
perimposed upon lettered scroll]. © 
1 c. Apr. 26, 1929 ; G 719. 

Muelen (Gus A.)* Orlando, Fla. 5221 

Drawing : 

Florida sanitary home. [House 
with glass dome roof showing air cur- 
rents entering and leaving by way of 
ventilators] © 1 c. Mar 28, 1929; G 
575. 

Murray (William A.) and Gresham 
(Arthur G.) Indianapolis. 5222 
Murray (William A.) Design: 
Gresham memorial, at Evansville, 
Ind. [Tomb in center with steps lead- 
ing to it from three directions. An up- 
right block with lettering at rear] © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1929 ; G 714. 

National business extensions, inc., 
Buffalo, N. Y. 5223-5225 

Donald (Douglas) & Hirsch 
( George) Designs : 

Backbone of success is thrift. 
[Four heads : boy, girl, man and elderly 
woman, . arranged diagonally across 
dark background. Lettering at top 
and bottom] © 1 c. May 24, 1929; G 
857. 

Write future happiness. [Hand 
holding pen, writing in a bank book 
spread open across the top; lettering 
below] © 1 c. May 24, 1929 ; G 888. 



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Yours without charge. This five 
dollar Conklin self -filling fountain pen. 
[Head of girl, full front view, with 
fountain pen in hand showing in lower 
left corner. Lettering] © 1 c. May 
24, 1929; G 889. 

Naval historical foundation, Washing- 
ton. 5226 
Poole (Burned) Painting: 
Critical situation. U. S. Destroyer 
Stockton (no. 73) acting as anti-sub- 
marine escort for troop transport ship, 
in foreground crossing the path of and 
almost under the bow of the giant 
troopship faintly seen through fog in 
the background. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929 ; 
G 609. 

NeJaine (Wadih B.)* Syracuse, N. Y. 

5227 

Drawing : 

Constitution and the flag of our 
country. The Constitution depicted in 
flag form. [Blank spaces depicting- 
stars and white stripes] © 1 c. May 
7, 1929 ; G 832. 

Newboult (Robert Leslie)* New 
Brighton, N. Y. 5228 

Painting : 

Samson Agonistes. based on ar- 
rangement of lines 1709-10 by John 
Milton in poem. Samson hath quit him- 
self like Samson and heroically hath 
finished a life heroic. [This quotation 
is lettered en platform at base of 
triple archway ; central arch contain- 
ing group of four men. one in heroic 
size] © 1 c. June 15, 1929 ; G 1093. 

North Star granite corp., St. Cloud, 
Minn. 5229-5231 

. McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 
Austin memorial, 446. © May 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 24 ; G 893. 

Green memorial. 444. © May 14, 
1929 : 2 c. May 24 ; G 894. 

Grey memorial, 443. © May 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 24 ; G 895. 

Nutting (Harry K.) Boston. 5232 

Brown (Marian M.) Drawing: 
Marblehead, Mass.. pictorial map. 
[Map of Marblehead with historic 
places datel, within square border 
formed of scenes showing events in the 
history of Marblehead] © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1929 ; G 577. 

Ollagnon (Charles)* Paris. 5233 

Sculpture : 

Therese (Sainte) de l'enfant Jesus. 
Buste de la sainte, an bas figure une 
croix comportant un Christ entoure de 
fleurs. Au bas de ce buste figure l'iii- 
scription. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; G 617. 



Olson (Charlie)* East St. Louis. 111. 

5234 

Drawing : 

Lop and Link. Two pigs. [Four 
views of two pigs and bird] © 1 c. 
May 9. 1929 ; G 822. 

Onondaga potterv co., Syracuse. N. Y. 

5235-5239 

Aitken (H. G.) Designs: 

Balloon tree. Modernistic flower 
pot with plant consisting of balls and 
leaves. © 1 c. June 21, 1929 ; G 1098. 

Dello. Modernistic flower-pot with 
modernistic balls and leaves coming 
from it. © 1 c. May 17, 1929; G 
834. 

Kaater skill. Scene of water with 
boat and hills in background, and 
large tree in foreground. © 1 c. Apr. 
26,^1929; G 765. 

Nubian. Modernistic deer or ga- 
zelle. © 1 c. May 17. 1929; G 835. 

Bourne (Douglas) Design: 

Rutland. Design consisting of full 
border with five bunches of flowers 
and mottled insets, also below verge 
row of five buncLes of fruit with band 
between. © 1 c. May 7, 1929; G 782. 

Osborne (Arthur)* Faversham. Kent, 
England. 5240-5245 

Models : 

Angelus. [Plaster reproduction of 
the well-known painting] © 1 c. June 
26, 1929 ; G 1101. 

Ann Hathaway's cottage. Shottery- 
[Plaster reproduction of the well- 
known painting] © 1 c. June 26, 
1929 ; G 1103. 

Friendly call. [Plaster reproduc- 
tion of the well-known painting] © 
1 c. June 26, 1929 ; G 1099. 

Gleaners. [Plaster reproduction of 
the well-known painting] © 1 c. June 
26. 1929 ; G 1100. 

Old folk* at home. [Interior scene. 
Living room with man smoking pipe 
and woman holding cup and saucer, 
seated beside table in front of fire- 
place. Dog lying on floor at their 
feet] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1929 ; G 582. 

Shakespeare's house, Stratford on 
Avon. [Plaster reproduction of the 
well-known painting] © 1 c. June 26, 
1929- G 1102. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 5246-5254 
Hammell (R. Wilson) Painting: 
Girl with red hair, 3943. Left "side 
view of girl's head. She has red hair 
and wears a bright colored scarf 
around her neck © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1929 ; 
G 727. 



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Osborne co. — Continued. 

Hintermeister (Hy.) Painting: 
Little girl in garden, 3964. Little 
girl standing on a broken stone path 
in a garden, watching a butterfly. 
Flowers and shrubs growing in back- 
ground. © 1 c. June 7, 1929 ; G 1028. 

Kurth (Otto) Painting: 

Golden Galleon, 3944. Ship picture. 
Very blue water, heavy clouds in sky. 
Golden Galleon operated between Ham- 
burg and Africa. © 1 c. June 7, 1929 ; 
G 1027. 

Thompson (Wm. M.) Paintings: 

Birch trees, wagon on road, 3948. 
Road winding from right of picture 
down to background. Wagon on road. 
Birch trees on both sides of road. Pool 
of water in left foreground. Moun- 
tains and lake in left background. © 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1929 ; G 722. 

Cottage, road and water, 3951. At 
left of picture are a few cottages, 
lights in windows. Road runs through 
center of picture. Mountains at right. 
Lake in front of mountains. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1929 ; G 721. 

Large trees, mountains and lake, 
3950. Large mountain in center of 
picture ; lake in front of mountain. 
Shore line in foreground. Large trees 
growing on both sides. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 
1929 ; G 725. 

Mountain and lake landscape, 3947. 
Large mountains in background. Lake 
in front of mountains. Number of 
large trees and rocks on shore in fore- 
ground. © 1 c Apr. 27, 1929 ; G 723. 

Snow scene, cabin, 3945. In center, 
toward background, is a cabin with 
light in window. Number of trees in 
foreground. Pine trees in back of 
house. At left is a stream. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1929 ; G 726. 

Tropical' painting, moonlight, 3946. 
At left, on the shore line, are a number 
of large palm trees ; water at right. 
Lights can be seen on shore in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1929 ; G 724. 

Packer (Joseph Alma)* Ogden, Utah. 

5255 

Sculpture : 

Spirit of the Grand Canyon. [Nude 
Indian on horseback gazing down over 
brow of a hill] © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1929 ; 
G 712, 

Parsons (Edith Barretto)* New York. 

5256-5261 

Sculpture : 

Baby goat, standing on four legs, 
tail up, head turned. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 
1929 ; G 708. 



Frog baby fountain. Laughing babe 
holding a frog in each hand. Four 
frogs at base. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 
710. 

Quick action. [Scotch terrior run- 
ning] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 706. 

Scottie. [Dog crouched with head 
turned] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; G 705. 

Dog, ears forward, mouth open, 

tail up, standing on four legs. © 1 c. 
Apr. 16. 1929 ; G 707. 

Turtle baby fountain. Laughing 
babe, head thrown back, holding a 
turtle in each hand, standing on both 
legs with left big toe raised. Four 
turtles at base. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; 
G 709. 

Payne (James H.)* Springville, Ala. 

5262 

Sculpture : 

Dog statuette. [Bulldog seated on 
haunches] © 1 c. June 24, 1929; G 
1107. 

Perfection slide & pictures corp., New 

York. 5263 

Hay den (Edward J.) Design: 

First steamship. [River steamer on 

water in center of picture, with hills 

in background. Man and woman in 

period costume, and man with baggage 

standing by dock in foreground] © 

1 c. Apr. 18, 1929 ; G 645. 

Peruggi (Ernesto)* New York. 

5264-5266 

Sculpture : 

Columbus (Christopher) at the Sal- 
amanca council. [Columbus seated 
on bench at right, with a large scroll 
on floor at his feet. Crowd of men in 
background, in room, laughing and 
pointing at him] © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1929; 
G 637. 

Expected surprise. Representing 
figures of man and woman in garden. 
Woman seated on bench under tree, 
man courting her. © 1 c, June 6, 1929 ; 
G 1022. 

Love nest. Figures of man and 
woman in dining room standing by 
table in affectionate position. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1929; G 1023. 

Poclubesky (Gregory) Dorchester, 
Mass. 5267 

Aarons (George M.) [pseud, of Greg- 
ory Podubesky] Sculpture: 

Mother and child. Bas-relief of 
heads of mother and child in embrace. 
Mother's head in upper part facing 
down, hair enveloping uplifted face 
of child. They are kissing. © 1 c. 
May 8, 1929 ; G 784. 



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Putnam (Brenda)* New York. 

5268-5271 

Sculpture : 

Abstract design of wedge-shaped 
forms suggesting speed. © 1 c. May 
17, 1929 ; G 902. 

Cluster of forms suggesting playing- 
cards, spreading fan-shaped upward 
and background. © 1 c. May 17, 1929 ; 
G 903. 

Cluster of three conventionalized 
plumes, sweeping backward like a 
crest. © 1 c. May 17, 1929: G 904. 

Dolphin, leaping over and supported 
by crest of wave. © 1 c. May 17. 1929; 
G 905. 
Quimi (Edmond T.)* New York. 5272 

Holmes (Oliver Wendell) Bronze 
bust. © 1 c. May 22, 1929 ; G 866. 

Rankin (Barrick S.)* Kingwood. W. 
Va. 5273 

Drawing : 

Heller Keller hospital. [Four views. 
From left to right : Hospital sun-par- 
lor ; Mrs. O'Halley, with hands folded : 
Surgical Sallie, nurse with tray ; and 
Dr. O'Halley] © 1 c. June 28. 1929 : 
G 1118. 
Raul (Harry Lewis)* Orange, N. J. 

5274, 5275 

Sculpture : 

Herbermann memorial. Standing 
draped statue. Redemption-Revelation, 
with wings, and hands partly ex- 
tended . Pedestal consists of die and 
die base, tablet and tablet base. Tali 
tablet with laminated sides, © 1 c. 
May 15, 1929 ; G 819. 

Williams-Coolidge memorial. Statue, 
the Vision, a draped female figure 
standing, face uplifted, hands bound 
and resting on staff. Pedestal con- 
sists of die. die base, die sub-base, 
tablet, tablet base, tablet sub-base, 
curved top on tablet. © 1 c. May 15, 
1929 ; G 820. 

Rich-craft studios, inc., Jamestown, 
N. Y. 5276 

Richardson (James Dee) Sculp- 
ture : 

Head of girl. Female head turned 
slightly to the right. © 1 c. May 18, 
1929 ; G 897. 

Rider (Charles Joseph) San Pedro. 
Calif. 5277. 5278 

Macdonald - Wright (Stanton) 
Paintings : 

Three men synchromy. [Modernis- 
tic conception. Heads and shoulders 
of three men in various positions] © 
1 c. June 20, 1929; G 1121. 



Water-lily synchromy, no. 3. [Wa- 
tt r-lily in center of bowl on table ; 
vase, book and fruit at left. Chair 
showing in upper right hand corner] 
© 1 c. June 20, 1929; G 1120. 

Riley (Frank H.) inc., Atlantic City, 
N. Y. 5279 

Riley (Frank H.) Design: 
In the end days. Sloppy Joe's. [ Old 
b?er bottle top silk hat quartet. Car- 
toon embodying four characters in a sa- 
loon] © 1 c. June 26, 1929 ; G 1104. 

Roma doll Co., inc., New York. 

5280,, 5281 
Peruggi (Ernesto) Sculpture: 
Art ballet, dancing clown. [Figure 
of man in clown costume standing on 
tees with head back, shoulders raised, 
arms down and hands clasped] © 1 
c. Apr. 30. 1929 ; G 816. 

Art ballet, dancing birl. [Figure of 
girl in ballet costume standing on toes 
with head back; and arms folded on 
chest] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1929 ; G 817. 

Rosenberg ( Sigmund ) * New York. 

5282 

Design : 

Mirage. [Series of parallel irregu- 
lar jagged lines with light and dark 
shading] © 1 c. May 7, 1929 ; G 775. 

Rosenquist (Ruth Fingal)* Bryn 
Athyn, Pa. 5283 

Sculpture : 

Burden. Nude female figure, fat, 
representing burden of the flesh. © 1 
c. June 17, 1929 ; G 1080. 

Rotan (Walter Walter)* Baltimore. 

5284 

Sculpture : 

Scotty dog. [Three Scotch terriers 
standing side by side on hind legs, 
looking over a ledge] © 1 c. May 8, 
1929 ; G 786. 

Schaefer (Walter P.)* Chicago. 

5285 

Drawing : 

Chicago world's fair 1933, a century 
of progress. [Girl steering a lettered 
helm in foreground. Skyscrapers and 
aircraft in background. Lettering at 
top and bottom and around border] 
© 1 c. June 26, 1929 ; G 1105. 

Schomberg (Bertram)* New York. 

5286, 5287 

Sculpture : 

Classic vase. [Yase with squared 
handle, and classic male figures in re- 
lief around sides] © 1 c. June 17, 
1929 ; G 1050. 



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Schomberg ( Bertram ) * — Continued. 

Diana of the chase. Female nude 
standing on right foot with left arm 
raised in the air. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1929; G 744. 

Schultz (John)* Leavenworth, Kan. 

5288 

Design : 

World peace memorial. Ray effect 
architecture of united stones from 
soil of all states and nations. Bay- 
oneted rifle fence. © 1 c. May 27, 
1929; G 900. 

Seville studios, inc., Cleveland. 

5289-5295 

Terr (Joseph) Models: 

Doe modern e. [Modernistic figure 
of a doe standing on circular base ; 
extended horns curving backwards, 
meeting tail] © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1929; G 
549. 

Dragon ship. [Dragon ship with 
sail bearing a flower] © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1929 ; G 553. 

Lady and deer. [Figure of nude 
woman with right arm raised holding 
drapery ; deer standing behind her ; 
modernistic style] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1929; G 557. 

Lady and two dogs. [Nude female 
figure standing between two dogs ; in 
arched frame] © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1929; 
G 563. 

Mercury. [Head of Mercury with 
winged cap, set. on ornamental base] 
© 1 c. Mar. 23, 1929 ; G 628. 

Owl. [Figure of an owl perched on 
a low base] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1929 ; G 
578. 

Veiled lady. [Impressionistic head 
of woman wearing veil decorated by 
leaves and flowers over lower half of 
face] © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1929; G 566. 

Sibbel (Joseph) studio, New York. 

5296, 5297 
Frassanito (Romeo) Sculpture: 
Guider memorial. [Portrait bust of 
man mounted over spread eagle on 
monument of square design with grad- 
uated base] © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1929; G 
579. 

McCooey (John H.) Portrait bust. 
© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1929 ; G 576. 

Sinz (Walter A.)* Cleveland. 5298 

Sculpture : 

Javanese dancer. Figure on circu- 
lar base, left hand up holding panier, 
opposite hand down holding panier. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1929 ; G 1152. 



Smith (Ernest H.)* San Andreas, 
Calif. -5299 

Drawing : 

Pumping frog. Frog of exaggerated 
proportions with the legs spread side- 
ways. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1929; G 551. 

Sniythe (Carroll F.)* Toronto, Can- 
ada. 5300 

Drawing : 

Zep Hawker, the wandering medi- 
cine man, and his friends in Mud 
Creek. [Figures of Zep Hawker 
with Mercury Jones, and Eppy Dem- 
mick and Bacteria Bates at top. Zep 
Hawker and crowd and Judge Dodo 
at bottom] © 1 c. Apr. 10. 1929; G 
581. 

Spannagel (Mary)* San Francisco. 

5301 

Sculpture : 

Our Lady of Lourdes. [Full length 
figure of Our Lady against background 
with pointed top surmounted by a 
cross] © 1 c. May 13, 1929 ; G 807. 

Steele (J. E.)* Athens, O. 

5302-5304 

Paintings : 

Aspen pathway. [Three deer in 
foreground. Trees, and hills in back- 
ground] © 1 c. June 20, 1929 ; G 1084. 

In the gleaming. Pheasant study 
and pointer in action. [Trees in back- 
ground] © 1 c. June 20, 1929 ; G 1085. 

In the Palisade. Animal study; 
scenic background of Ohio ; fox hunt. 
© 1 c. June 20, 1929 ; G 1086. 

Styles (George W.)* Detroit. 5305 

Model : 

Motherhood. [Circular design for 
medal. Two globes showing Western 
and Eastern Hemispheres, below lau- 
rel spray, open book and spread eagie. 
Word, Motherhood, bordering symbolic 
figure of woman in upper half of cir- 
cle] © 1 c. May 29, 1929 ; G 912. 

Sutton (Claud E.)* Indianapolis. 

5306 

Drawing : 

United States in silhouette. Silhou- 
ette drawings representing the nick- 
names of the 48 states which, together 
with the names of the states, are ar- 
ranged to form the letters, U. S. A. 
© 1 c. May 17, 1929 ; G 823. 

Talbott (Anna Mary)* Damascus, O. 

5307 

Design : 

Christ revealed in his own words. 
Sermon on the Mount is written and 
the letters so shaded as to bring out 



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a shadowy picture of the head of 
Christ. © Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 
30, 1929; G S25. 

Thailmayer (Richard)* New York. 

5308 

Model : 

Mushroom-fountain. [Large mush- 
room standing in circular pool, ferns 
and vines overhanging, flowers around 
base] © 1 c. June 8, 1929; G 1036. 

Thompson (Anna E.)* Washington. 

5309 

Drawing : 

Just for today — remember. [Figure 
of a puppy with one black eye. in atti- 
tude of writing on piece of paper with 
a quill pen] © 1 c. May 8, 1929; 
G 785. 

Thurber (Caroline)* Brookline. Mass. 

5310 

Drawing : 

Patri (Angelo) [Side view, head 
and shoulders. Holding nose glasses 
in attitude of reading] © 1 c. May 
22, 1929; G 863. 

Tiffany studios, New York. 

5311-5214 

Tiffany (Louis C.) Designs: 

Brodhead. Headstone, no. 19678. © 
1 c. May 28, 1929 ; G 907. 

Rice. Headstone, no. 19581. © 1 c. 
May 28, 1929 ; G 906. 

Wier. Alternate scheme for enclo- 
sure of cemetery plot. no. 19671. © 
1 c. May 28, 1929 ; G 908. 

Sketch showing scheme for en- 
closure of plot and grave markers, 
no. 19671. © 1 c. May 28, 1929 ; G 909. 

Totten (Vicken von Post)* Washing- 
. ton. 5315 

Sculpture : 
Simple Simon. Statuette. [Little 

boy seated, fishing in a pail] © 1 c. 

May 8, 1929 ; G 783. 

TJllman manufacturing co., Long Island 
City, N. Y. 5316^-5318 

Alexander (Hildreth) Drawings: 

Drawing paper. An Ullman kin- 
dergarten set. no. 528. [Geometrical 
figures with lettering] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1929; G 702. 

Jumbo outline pictures. An Ullman 
kindergarten set, no. 532. [Geometri- 
cal figures with lettering] © 1 c. Apr. 
4, 1929 ; G 703. 

Table easel. An Ullman kindergar- 
ten set, no. 531. [Geometrical figures 
with lettering] © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1929; 
G 701. 



Union central life insurance co., Cin- 
cinnati. 5319 
Haswell (Ernest Bruce) Design: 
Shadows fall behind you when you 
walk toward the light. Circular de- 
sign within which appears representa- 
tion of woman holding child and walk- 
ing toward building having lighted 
tower. © 1 c. May 13, 1929; G 1030. 

Van Ryder (Jack)* Wainscott, L. I., 
N. Y. 5320 

Drawing : 

Steer's skull. [Lettering : Jack Van 
Ryder, Arizona, at top] © 1 c. June 
3, 1929 ; G 923. 

Vigdor (Louisa) and Flamm (Louis)* 
New York. 5321-5325 

Designs : 

No. B.360. [Conventional flower] 
© 1 c. May 8, 1929 ; G 791. 

No. B.460. [Conventional flower] 
© 1 c. May 8, 1929 ; G 787. 

No. B.560. [Conventional flower] 
© 1 c. May 8, 1929 ; G 789. 

No. B.660. [Conventional flower] 
© 1 c. May 8, 1929 ; G 788. 

No. B.730. [Conventional flower] 
© 1 c. May 8, 1929 ; G 790. 

Walker (William) co., Pocatello, Id. 

5326 
Walker (William) Design: 
Bussell memorial. © Mar. 14, 1929 ; 

2 c. June 28 ; G 1108. 

Walters (Helen M.) Brooklyn. 5327 

Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc. Design: 
Walters cemetery memorial. Trip- 
tych, in form, with carved scrolls and 
panels on platform base, and sur- 
mounted by cross. © 1 c. June 20, 
1929: G 1089. 

Weicllich bros. mfg. co., Bridgeport, 
. Conn. 5328-5333 

Flauder (Alfred J.) Designs: 

Ball player. [Figure in attitude of 
dropping bat and running] © 1 c. 
June 18. 1929 ; G 1079. 

Bowler. [Figure of man in attitude 
of bowling, with ball in right hand] 
© 1 c. June 18, 1929; G 1078. 

Lady Tennis. [Figure of girl ten- 
nis-player in attitude of serving. On 
round base] © 1 c. June 27, 1929; 
G 1106. 

Modern art figure. [Nude female 
figure with right knee bent, looking in 
mirror held at arm's length. Drapery 



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5334 



pt. iv, n„ s., v. 24- 



Weidlich bros. mfg. co. — Continued, 
over right arm merging into circular 
base] © 1 c. May 2, 1929 ; G 792. 

[Female figure clad in veil, in 

artitude of dancing, standing on tip- 
toe on left foot] © 1 c. June 20, 1929 ; 
G 1087. 

Wolf bound. Modern art figure of 
wolf bound [standing with tail curled 
under the body] © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1929 ; 
G 742. 

Wewer (Stephan)* Chicago. 5334 

Sculpture : 

Hoover (Herbert) [Portrait of Her- 
bert Hoover carved on oblong plaque] 
© 1 c. June 6, 1929 ; G 1026. 

Whitney (Frank) Hubbardwoods, 111. 

5335 

Design : 

Energy and Ambition — controlled by 
Reason. [Circular disc showing a fig- 
ure on horseback holding another 
horse rearing in the background 1 © 
1 c. Apr. 15, 1929 ; G 619. 



Whitson ( Gertrude \ Los Angeles 



5336 



Design : 

Butterfly peacock. A composite pic- 
ture of a peacock, with color supplied 
by natural butterfly wings. © 1 c. 
Apr. 18, 1929 ; G 794. 

Wiest (Waldo Hays) Chicago. 5337 

Painting : 

Female figure, [standing on round 
base. Girl nude except for veil, shoes 
and hose, with wings on her shoulders 
and horns on her head] © 1 c. Apr. 
20, 1929 ; G 755. 

Willet stained glass & decorating co., 
Philadelphia. 5338-5342 

Willet (A. L.) & Willet (H. L.) 
Designs : 

Christ enthroned. Five panel win- 
clow of Christ enthroned. Center 
panel of Christ enthroned with angels 
on right and left panel, while below 
the procession of the saints to the sac- 
rament. On the extreme right and 
left, the four apostles, Matthew, Mark, 
Luke and John. Angels with stars in 
tracery above. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1929; 
G 1076. 

Christ's life. Three lancet facade, 
with 4 round medallions in central lan- 
cet, and 3 round medallions in each 
side lancet. Scenes from Christ's life. 
Vine ornament intertwined between 
medallions. © 1 c. June 11, 1929; G 
1039. 



Life of Christ. Medallion panel win- 
dow, three medallions with scenes 
from life of Christ. Angel at top and 
angels around sides, in standing and 
kneeling postures. Bottom medallion 
Baptism, center Christ with children, 
and top Christ and Nicodemus. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1929 ; G 1095. 

Three lancet facade of 5 scenes 

in central lancet and 4 scenes each in 
side lancets, from life of Christ. The 
scenes are in rectangles, crucifixion in 
center. © 1 c. June 11; 1929 ; G 1040. 

Ruth. Single lancet Gothic top win- 
dow with figure of Ruth holding wheat 
sheaf in right hand ; below in predella 
mission worker giving blanket to poor, 
with figure of soldier on right and of 
man standing on left. At top of win- 
dow a resurrection figure of Christ in 
penthouse. © 1 c. June 18, 1929; G 
1075. 

Williams (Estella)* San Francisco. 

5343 

Sculpture : 

Tangoro. [Man and girl in dancing 
position, each with one knee bent and 
the other leg extended ; on dectangular 
base] © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1929; G 535. 

Wolf co., Philadelphia. 5344-5348 

Coffin (Haskell) Painting: 
Girl in red and white yachting cos- 
tume on deck of yacht. [Head and 
shoulders] © 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 768. 

Freundlich ( Julius ) Drawings : 

Colored woman at wash-tub holding 
up clothes ; package in front of tub, 
lettering below. © 1 c. May 6, 1929; 
G 769. 

Lady with spoon in hand sending 
boy with basket to store ; cat in back- 
ground ; lettering below. © 1 c. May 
6, 1929 ; G 770. 

Man with head through whipping 
post : Burgess with pipe in hand laugh- 
ing at him. © 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; G 771. 

Pirson (Elmer) Painting: 

Girl in bathing suit holding glass,. 

sitting on top of pier. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 

1929 ; G 711. 

Yerbysrnith (Ernest)* West Holly- 
wood, Calif. 5349 

Design : 

Fairy ice cream station. Figure of" 
fairy with wand in hands on top of 
mediaeval half round building with 
ice-cream cones for windows. © 1 c 
Mar. 18, 1929; G 84146. 



108 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 2, 1929 


5351 


Zekouski (Louis)* Arverne, L. I., N. T. 


Zuckermann (Martin S.) New York. 


5350 


5351 


Drawing : 


Losi (Alfred) Sculpture: 


Display card. [Circular design : 


Triton figure. Head of a human be- 


bottle in center superimposed on 


ing, body of a sea creature, holding 


bunches of grapes] © 1 c. Sept. 22, 


a conch shell in both hands. © 1 c. 


1928 ; G 84186. 


Apr. 13, 1929; G 610. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalogue since Jan. 

1, 1929 1152 



109 



CLASS H-K 

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



AMalian (Leon H.) Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 5352-5355 

Arnold Arboretum, 2834. © July 16, 
1928 ; 2 c. May 7, 1929 ; J 0—1746. 

Birch grove, 2825. © Oct. 15, 1928 ; 
2 c. May 7, 1929; J 0—1748. 

Birch path, 2826. © Oct. 15, 1928 ; 
2 c. May 7, 1929 ; J 0—1749 . 

Sargent state, 2835. © July 16, 
1928 ; 2 c. May 7, 1929 ; J O— 1747. 

Abramson (Harry B. J.) St. Louis 

5356 
[Eight quarter economy] © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1929; I 494. 

Adolphson (A. L.) Salem, Or. 

5357, 5358 

Methodist church. © Mar. 16, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 11 ; J O— 1560. 

Soldiers monument. © Mar. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; J 0—1559. 

Ahlborn (Theodor) Houston, Tex. 

5359, 5360 

Model A. I. A. airport, 51619, de- 
sign 2, Blueprint. © May 16, 1929; 
2 c. May 20 ; I 668. 

[Model airport design for munici- 
palities] © Apr. 15, 1929; 2 c. May 
24 ; I 684. 

Airmap corp. of America, Brooklyn. 

5361 

Mauretania (S. S.) in New York 

Harbor, aerial photograph, 3397. © 

Julv 25, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 20, 1929; 

J 0—1725. 

Alexander (Benjamin) Middletown, 
N. Y. 5362 

Miss Middletown. © Apr. 10, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 17 ; J 0—1595. 

Airman (Clay) Oaklahoma City. 

5363, 5364 

Altman's cast removing device. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; I 541. 

Altman's traffic signal. © 1 c. Apr. 
20, 1929 ; I 542. 



Ambrose (J. Lloyd) Crownpoint, N. M. 

5365-5370 

Glonezin (Old Pete) © July 1, 
1927 ; 2 c. June 8, 1929 ; J O— 2062. 

Pueblo bonito from the mesa. © 
May 26, 1929 ; 2 c. June 8 ; J O— 2064. 

Spinner and daughter. © July 1, 
1927 ; 2 c. June 8, 1929 ; J O— 2063. 

3 photographs : 

Hungo Pavi, steps of. — Pueblo Boni- 
to, east wing. — Pueblo Bonito, north 
wall. © May 26, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 
8; J 0—2149-2151. 

Amend (Fred W.) co., Chicago. 5371 
To make this Chuckle display — . © 
Mar. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 30 ; K 3855. 

American bank note co., New York. 

5372-5384 

Chase national bank of the city of 
New York. Special V-64868. © May 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 12 ; K 4780. 

G. A. P. realty corp. Special V- 
64866. © May 8, 1929 ; 2 c. June 12 ; 
K 4779. 

Peabody coal co., special V-64490. 
© Apr. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 4343. 

Provincial bank of Kwangsi, special 
V-64098. © Mar. 22, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 
29 ; K 4161. 

United States pipe & foundry co., 
special V-64492, laydown from C-1481. 
© Apr. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 4344. 

V-63400. © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23, 1929; K 3085. 

V-63401. © Dec. 2, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 
23, 1929; K 3086. 

V-63402, Laydown from C-1470. © 
Dec. 15, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1929; K 
3087. 

V-63676. © Dec. 11, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 
23, 1929; K 3083. 

V-64096. © Mar. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
29 ; K 4159. 

V-64101. © Mar. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
29 ; K 4160. 



110 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 2, 1929 



5451 



V-64487. © Mar. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
29 ; K 4158. 

V-64498. © Apr. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
15 ; K 4342. 

American child health assn., New 
York. 5385 

Spirit of sport. © Feb. 27, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 20 ; K 4174. 

American legion. Leon J. Wetzel post, 
no. 9. Winona, Minn. 5386 

Welcome buddy! © Mar. 1, 1929; 
2 c. May 16 ; K 4485. 

American lithographic co., inc., New 
York. 5387-5401 

15 prints ; 

Adoration ; K 4594. — Aristocrats ; K 
4592.— Betrayed ; K 4589.— Co-opera- 
tion ; K 4591. — Dream Valley ; K 
4597.— Evening : K 590.— Galley ; K 
4587.— Golden sunset ; K 4600.— Home ; 
K 4599.— Innocence ; K 4601.— Lady of 
quality : K 4595.— Mischief ; K 4598.— 
Nacli : K 4596.— Night mail : K 4593.— 
No. 101 [Boys, calf, dog, etc.] ; K 4588. 
© May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 25. 

American lithographic co., inc., New 
York. 5402^5425 

24 prints: 

Bears.— [Cobb (Joe)]— Cobb (Joe) 
in Hal Roach's Our gang comedies. — 
[Darling (Jean) ]- -Darling (Jean) in 
Hal Roach's Our gang comedies. — 
Dog's life. [Bonzo and Polly] — Dog's 
life. [Bonzo feeling gay] — Dog's life, 
Bonzo : Gr-rr. — Dog's life. [Bonzo 
playing golf] — Dog's life. [Bonzo 
with doll] — Dog's life. [Bonzo with 
Pal] — Elephants. — Farina. — Farina, in 
Hal Roach's Our gang comedies.— 
Fawn. — Giraffes. — [Jackson (Mary 
Ann)] — Jackson (Mary Ann) in Hal 
Reach's Our gang comedies. — [Spear 
(Harry)] — Spear (Harry) in Hal 
Roach's Our gang comedies. — Tiger. — 
[Wheezer] — Wheezer, in Hal Roach's 
Our gang comedies. — Zebras. © Jan. 
15, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 8; K 3817- 
3840. 

American national Red cross, Wash- 
ington. 5426 
Disaster relief! Give! © Apr. 12, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 8 ; K 4763. 

American photo studios. Havana, 

Cuba. 5427 

Almirante Cerva entering Havana 

harbor. © May 16, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; 

J O— 1860. 



American provident corp., New York. 

5428 
[Scale of compound interest] © 1 
c. May 27, 1929 ; I 691. 

Anderson (Carl Thomas) Madison, 
Wis. 5429-5431 

Dusty and his adopted boy have just 
heard the circus calliope. (In. Ameri- 
can Kennel Gazette) © May 1, 1929; 
1 c. May 18 ; K 4429. 

For once Dusty's ruse failed. (In 
American Kennel Gazette) © June 1, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 13 ; K 4796. 

So far. Dusty has made them all 
miss. (In American Kennel Gazette) 
© Apr. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 10 ; K 3871. 

Anderson (George S.) Seattle. 5432 
Baker (Mt.) by moonlight. © Mar. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; J 0—1499. 

Anderson (Richard A.) Duluth. Minn. 

5433 
Airway lunch. © Apr. 25, 1929; 2 
c. Apr. 29 ; I 591. 

Arch-aid shoe co. (of Canada) ltd., 
Toronto. 5434 

Old story. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
7; J 104. 

Arenz (John A.) Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

5435 
Arenz double thread barbed bit sin- 
gle point. © 1 c. May 21, 1929; I 
672. 

Associated stevedoring co. of New 
York, inc., New York. 5436 

Stevedoregram. © Mar. 9, 1929; 2 
c. Mar. 25; K 3661. 

Astarita (Raffaello) Brooklyn. 

5437-5442 
Sampler, 200-202. 206-208. © Dec. 
18. 1928: 2 c. each Jan. 5, 1929; I 
528-530, 525-527. 

Atkinson (Alfred Lyford Courtnay) 

London. 5443 

Atkinson's chart for superheated and 

saturated steam. Blueprint. © 1 c. 

Mar. 9, 1929; I 682. 

Atkinson (Maud Tindal) Campden 
Hill, W. S. London, England. 5444 
School in Nazareth. © May 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4641. 

Averett (W. E.) San Diego, Calif. 

5445-5451 

3 photographs : 

City from Coronado, with pine, 
15897; J 0—1597.— City through 



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5452 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Averett (W. E.) — Continued, 
palms, 15898; J 0—1598.— Helix (Mt.) 
sunrise, 15896 ; J 0—1596. © Apr. 10, 
1929; 2 c. each Apr. 17. 

4 photographs : 

City from Naval training station, 
15899.— City from Pt. Lonia through 
pine, 15900, 15901.— Yacht harbor from 
Pt. Loma, 15902. © Apr. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. 
•each Apr. 17; J 0—1871-1874. 

Babson institute, Babson Park, Mass. 

5452 
Your best efforts, 94. © June 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 1730. 

Bailey (Hillary G.) Indianapolis. 

5453, 5454 

Crown of thorns. © Mar. 29, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 10 ; J 0—1554. 

Drink ye all of this. © Mar. 31, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 10; J 0—1555. 

Bailey (John William Alexander) In- 
dependence, Mo. 5455 
Multiplication tables in pyramidical 
lorm. © Mar. 21, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 9; 
J 0—1546. 

Bailey (Worth) Norfolk, Va. 5456 

Burton parish church, Williamsburg, 
Va., model of. © 1 c. May 1, 1929; 
J O— 1836. 

Bailey meter co., Cleveland. 5457-5480 

Bailey boiler meter charts, 50F500T. 
© Apr. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; I 703. 

300F800T80S. © Mar. 13, 1929 ; 

2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 510. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 30F400T30P. 
© Apr. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; I 702. 

35C6. © Apr. 2 1929 ; 2 c. May 

31 ; I 696. - 

50F12P. © Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. 

Apr. 13 ; I 508. 

60F650T3P. © Mar. 23, 1929; 

2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 512. 

100F250T450P. © Apr. 17, 

1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; I 700. 

100F800T500P. © May 3, 1929 ; 

2 c. May 31 ; I 706. 

40F240T175P. © Apr. 26, 1929 ; 

2 c. May 31 ; I 701. 

240F150P. © Apr. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. 

May 31 ; I 697. 

250F100T. © Mar. 15, 1929; 

2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 511. 

Bailey fluid meter, electrically oper- 
ated, chart, 7051. © July 13, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 13, 1929; I 513. 

7052. © July 13, 1928; 2 c. 

Apr. 13, 1929; I 514. 



7057. © Nov. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 

13, 1929 ; I 515. 

7066. © Mar. 12, 1929; 2 c. 

May 31 ; I 695. 

Bailey fluid meter, mechanically 
operated, chart, 824. © Jan. 31, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 516. 

825. © Mar. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 

13 ; I 517. 

827. © Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 

13 ; I 518. 

Bailey recorder chart, 5K. © Feb. 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 509. 

5KS. © May 3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 

31; I 707. 

500KT. © Apr. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 

May 31 ; I 699. 

800K550P. © Apr. 8. 1929 : 2 c. 

May 31 ; I 698. 

Bailey gravity recorder chart, 52G. 
© May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; I 704. 

53G. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 

31 ; I 705. 

Bair (George A.) Kansas City, Mo. 

5481 
Kitchen case. Blueprint. © Apr. 
6, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 10; I 501. 

Ball (Lyman L.) Plymouth, Mich. 

5482 
Stinson (Eddie) © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1929; J O— 1506. 

Ballinger co., Philadelphia. 5483-5485 
Bank of Philadelphia and trust co., 
perspective, 4539. © 1 c. May 20, 
1929; J 0—1837. 

Club Atlantic, inc., perspective of. 
© 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; J O— 1905. 

Leland electric co., plant of the, per- 
spective, 4538. © 1 c. May 20, 1929; 
J 0—1838. 

Barmore (Charles) Princeton, N. J. 

5486 

[Hoover (Herbert Clark) President 

of the United States] by Franklin T. 

Wood. © May 23, 1929 : 2 c. May 24 ; 

K 4578. 

Barnes (C. E.) Dawson, Okl. 5487 

Logic devil comments. {In Press- 
Room Logic) © Apr. 5, 1929; 1 c. 
May 3; K 4671. 

Barnhill (Esmond G.) St. Petersburg, 
Fla. 5488-5493 

6 photographs: 

Age of innocence. — Bok singing 
tower, Mountain Lake, Fla. — Golden 
sunset, Florida. — Quiet nook, Flor- 
ida. — Royal poinciana in bloom, Flor- 



112 



no. 2, 1929. 



5548 



ida.— Story teller, Florida. © Apr. 1, 
1929; 2 c. each Apr. 12; J 0—1563- 
1568. 

Baron picture frame works, New York. 

5494-5501 

8 prints : 

[Admiration] — -[Chorus] — [Enchant- 
ment] — [Friends] — [Jealousy] — 
[Lilies] — [Singer] — [Strolling] © 
Mar. 26, 1929; 2 c. each May 9; K 
4256-4263. 

Batchelder- Wilson co., Los Angeles. 

5502, 5503 

Batchelder bathroom. [Featuring 
tub] © June 15, 1929; 2 c. June 21; 
I 786. 

[Featuring wash basin] © 

June 15, 1929 ; 2 c. June 21 ; I 787. 

Batsford (Benjamin T.) Ellis (Ed- 
ward G.) and O'Neill (Harry F.) 
doing business under the firm 
name and style of World wide 
window weekly, New York. 5504 
World wide window weekly, no. 1. 

© Mar. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; K 3701. 

Bauer (Ervan L.) Eustis, Fla. 5505 

Identity card. [Design of oranges 
and blossoms] © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 27 ; K 4220. 



Beattie (George) Cleveland. 



)506 



Interesting collection of diamonds. 
© May 5, 1929 ; 1 c. May 7 ; K 4236. 

Beckwith (Frank) Delta, Utah. 

5507, 5508 

Acoma (Miss), posing. © 1 c. June 
19, 1929; J O— 2084. 

Genial breaclmakers, Santa Clara, 
N. M. © 1 c. June 19, 1929; J O— 
2083. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd., London. 

5509-5513 

Italian orange grove; after the orig- 
inal by H. H. La Thangue. © Apr. 
18, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 29 ; K 4255. 

St. Giles, Edinburgh; by Albany E. 
Howarth. © Jan. 18, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 
19 ; K 3960. 

3 prints : 

Cries of London (Milk below 
maids) ; after Francis Wheatley, by 
L. Dupont. — Innocence; after Nicolas 
Lancret, by Clifford R. James. — Music 
lesson ; after Nicolas Lancret, by Clif- 
ford R. James. © June 7, 1929; 1 c. 
each June 8 ; K 4764-^766. 



Belsh (Beatrix Sherman) New York. 

5514-5524 

[Josephine. Silhouette] © Apr. 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; K 4185. 

[Silhouette] : 

Hie diddle diddle; K 4679.— Hush a 
bye baby; K 4678.— Jack and Jill; K 
4677.— [Jack and the bean stalk] ; K 
4680.— Little Miss Muffett ; K 4676. © 
May 20, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 31. 

5 silhouettes : 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; K 4143. — Lin- 
coln (Mary Todd) ; K 4146. — Madison 
(Dolly T.) ; K 4144.— Madison 
(James) ; K 4145. — Napoleon; K 4142. 
© Apr. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 27. 

Bennett (H. H.) studio, Kilbourn. 
Wis. 5525-5539 

Dells of the Wisconsin River : 
Channel at Steamboat Rock. 123852 ; 
K 4443.— Devil's Football, 123847: K 
4433.— High Rock from Romance Cliff, 
123855: K 4440. — Hornet's Nest, 
123854: K 4441.— Narrows, 123846; K 
4434.— Navy Yard, 123850; K 4431 — 
Palisades. 123844; K 4436,— Peace 
pipe, 123848: K 4232.— Scene at the 
Indian amphitheatre, 123858; K 
4437.— Stand Rock, 123851; K 4444.— 
Sugar Bowl. 123845; K 4435.— Visor 
Ledge. 123856; K 4439.— Winnebago 
brave. 123857: K 4438.— Winnebago 
Indians at Demon's Anvil. 123853 : K 
1442, © May 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 
2& 

Winnebago boy, 123849. © May 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 20 ; K 4430. 

Benton (Daniel M.) Macon, Ga. 

5540, 5541 

[Benton art card. 1. 2] © May 25, 

1929 ; 2 c. each May 27 ; K 4608, 4609. 

Bernard (Albert) New York. 5542 

Me and my master. © June 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 4 ; J O-1909. 

Bemart corp., New York. 5543-5546 

[Bon jour ; by Louis Szanto] © 
Apr. 29. 1929; 1 c. May 2; K 4192. 

[Cheras ; by Louis Szantol © Apr. 
29. 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 4212. 

[Commence: by Louis Szanto] © 
Apr. 29. 1929 ; 2 c. May 2 ; K 4193. 

[Rosita ; by L. Szanto] © Apr. 29, 
1929 : 2 c. May 4 ; K 4213. 

Beuthel (Lewis) Fresno, Calif. 

5547, 5548 

Fresno, Calif., Pantages theatre, 
132. © Mar. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; 
J 0-1576. 

Fresno. Calif., Roosevelt high 
school, 133. © Mar. 10. 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 16 ; J 0-1547. 



64337—29 3 



113 



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5549 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Bezant (Henry Robert) Silver 
Springs, Fla. 5549-5552 

In the sunken forests, Silver 
Springs, Fla. © Mar. 19, 1929; 2 c. 
May 27 ; J 135. 

Scene through glass bottom boat, 
Silver Springs, Fla. © Mar. 19, 1929; 
2 c. May 27 ; J 136, 

Silver Springs, Fla., location map 
of the under water scenes of, from 
the air. © Feb. 20, 1929; 2 c. May 
27 ; J 134. 

Tempter, in natures under-water 
fairyland, Silver Springs. Fla. © 
May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; J 137. 

Billeci (Salvatore) Ripon, Calif. 

5553, 5554 

[Easy way bassoon chart] © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; I 601. 

[Easy way flute chart] © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1929 ; I 600. 

Birchard (C. C.) & co.. Boston. 5555 
Maryon's (Edward) marcotonic 
scale. Twelve tone colors. © Feb. 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 8 ; I 485. 

Blachnek (E. J.) Fremont, Neb. 

5556-5558 

3 photographs : 

American chief; J 0-1858.— Chief ; 
J 0-1857.— On alert: J. 0-1859. © 
May 17, 1929; 2 c. each May 25. 

Blake (Dorothy Howland) West Rox- 
bury, Mass. 5559 

Circle of womanhood in song. © 
Apr. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 3961. 

Bock (Albert C.) San Francisco. 5560 
[Traffic regulating system. Blue- 
print] © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1929 ; I 532, 

Boettcher printing co., Milwaukee. ' 

5561, 5562 

[Girl admiring flower] © Mar. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3654. 

[Girl with pointed collar and cuffs] 
© Mar. 16, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 28; K 
3655. 

Bolyn corp., Chicago. 5563 

Worry clouds the mind, stops prog- 
ress, etc. [Sandy Mack circular] © 
Feb. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 13 ; K 2929. 
Bowman (William A.) Davenport, la. 

5564 
This is your country. See it! © 
May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 20 ; J 129. 
Bowman-Park aero co., Louisville. 

5565 
Louisville, Ky., aerial photographic 
survey. © Sept. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1929; J 0—1449. 



Bracken (Harry L.) Cleveland. 5566 
Christ portrayed by nature. © Mar. 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. June 1 ; J 144. 

Brady (J. W.) Minneapolis. 5567 

Church year. © May 1, 1929; 2 c. 
May 16 ; I 710. 

Brees (Anton) Lake Wales, Fla. 5568 
[Christian soldier] © Mar. 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; K 3939. 

Brewer (Charles Blount) College 

Park, Md. 5569 

Graphic golf scorecard. © Jan. 20, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 1; I 524. 

Bristol co., Waterbury, Conn. 

5570-5594 

Bristol (Wm. H.) recording pyrom- 
eter chart, 1169. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 17 ; I 750. 

recording tachometer chart, 

0833. © Feb. 22, 1929; 2 c. June 17; 
I 759. 

4246. © Jan. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. 

June 17; I 774. 

[Bristol's chart, 4031] © Mar. 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; I 766. 

Bristol's mechanical time recorder 
chart, 0809. © Mar. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
17; I 749. 

0820. © Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 779. 

Bristol's recording ampere meter 
chart, 3127. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
17 ; I 761. 

Bristol's recording pressure gauge 
chart, 0826. © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
17 ; I 776. 

0828, © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 768, 

4907. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 

17 ; I 762, 

4909. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 

17 ; I 765. 

4910. © Mar. 14, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 755. 

4912, © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 752, 

4913. © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 753. 

Bristol's recording tachometer chart, 
8233. © Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. June 17; 
I 775. 

Bristol's recording thermometer 
chart, 1995. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
17 ; I 773. 

3761. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 

17 ; I 758. 

10249. © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 754. 



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5639 



Bristol's recording vacuum gauge 
chart. 4911. © Mar. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
17 : I 778. 

Bristol's recording water level gauge 
chart, 0824. © Mar. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
17: I 756. 

[Bristol's strip chart, S 425] © 
Mar. 22. 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; I 760. 

■ IS 0104.1 © Mar. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 763. 

[S 2099.] © Apr. 8, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 777. 

— - [S 4254.] © May 19, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 17 ; I 751. 

Bristol's sulphite digester recorder 
chart, 0834. © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
June 17 ; I 757. 

Bristow (Milton N.) Los Angeles. 

5595 

[Aeroplane, line drawing] © Mar. 
26, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; I 498. 
Brodbeck (Adolph) Los Angeles. 

5596. 5597 

[Silver wing airplane] © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1929; I 557. 

[Ultra solar furnace.] © 1 c. May 
13, 1929; I 714. 

Brooklyn botanic garden, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. 5598-5005 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Brooklyn botanic 
garden : 

Brook, view facing north. — Chil- 
dren's garden, the formal garden. — 
Children's garden, Saturday morning 
scene. — Daffodils (Narcissus pseudo- 
narcissus var. Emperor) part of 10,000 
bulbs planted in the lawn. — Inflores- 
cence of Sago palm (Cycas revo- 
luta). — Japanese garden, wisteria. — 
Lake, view facing west. East Indian 
lotus, etc., at right. — Rock garden, 
waterfall and iris. © Apr. 4, 1929; 
2 c. each Apr. 11 ; K 3878-3885. 
Brooklyn radio dealers, inc., Brook- 
lyn. 5606 

BRD [Oval design monogram, with 
radio towers at either side, etc.] © 
May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; K 4946. 
Brooks of California, inc., Los Angeles. 

5607 

Hi Draulic, the Brooks automatic 
man. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. May 1; 
K 4177. 

Broude (W. S.) co., Chicago. 

5608-5620 

5 prints : 

Carmencita. — Engagement ring. — 
Little convalescent. — Mama's birth- 
day.— Sand pies. © May 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each June 10; K 4768-4772. 



8 prints : 

Children by the sea ; K 4373. — End 
of day; K 4372. — Path to the spring; 
K 4374.— Rocky coast; K 4375.— Still 
waters ; K 4379. — Summer day ; K 
4376.— Sweetest little fellow ; K 4377. — 
Venice ; K 4378. © May 14, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each May 16. 

Brown (E. H.) doing business as Radio 
advertising system, Chicago. 5621 
Broadcasting by record. © Apr. 23,. 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; K 4134. 

Brown (Virgil T.) Wichita. 

5622, 5623 

Valley Center oil field no. 1, panora- 
mic view. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 
28; J O— 1540. 

no. 2, panoramic view. © Feb. 

23, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 28 ; J 0—1541. 

Brown instrument co., Philadelphia. 

5624-5634 

Brown instrument co. chart, 158.. 
© June 14, 1929 ; 2 c. June 18 ; I 780. 

250. Plate 251. © Apr. 6, 

1929; 2 c. Apr. 11; I 502. 

1339. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 

3 ; I 472. 

1340. © Apr. 22, 1929; 2 c. 

Apr. 24; I 560. 

2311. © June 14, 1929; 2 c. 

June 18 ; I 781. 

3291, 3323. © May 28, 1929: 

2 c. each June 3 ; I 709, 708. 

3325. © May 22, 1929; 2 c. 

May 24 ; I 680. 

3327. © June 8, 1929; 2 c. 

June 12 ; I 735. 

[Brown instrument co. chart roll, 
3301, 3324] © Apr. 15, 1929; 2 c 
each Apr. 18 ; I 533, 534. 

Brunner (Lawrence Andrew) Los An- 
geles. 5635 

Chirup. © Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
27 ; K 3656. 

Building owners and managers assn. 
of Seattle, Seattle. 5636 

Office occupancy report. Blueprint. 
© May 29, 1929; 2 c. June 10; I 729. 

Bull (Frank Wesley) Detroit. 5637 
Golf stroke chart. The automatic 
stroke developer. Blueprint. © 1 c. 
May 13, 1929 ; I 629. 

Bunch (F. A.) Las Cruces, N. M. 

5638 
Real bronze metal plated cacti. © 
Apr. 26, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 29; K 4283. 



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5640 



pt. iv, n. si, v. 24 



Bunten (R. M.) Seattle. 5639 

Flooding and vent valves for self 
dumping scow. Blueprint. © Jan. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; I 499. 

Burns photo co., Lewiston, Id. 

5640-5647 

Clearwater timber co., 57, 58. © 
Apr. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 23 ; J O— 
1741, 1742. 

59, 62, 63. © Apr. 10, 1929; 

2 c. each Apr. 23 ; J O— 1648-1650. 

Lewiston state normal school, 64. 
© Apr. 10, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; J O— 
1651. 

Pacific power and light co., 60, 61. 
© Apr. 10, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 23; 
J 0—1743, 1744. 

Burton (Walter E.) Akron, O. 

5648, 5649 

Central arch of Zeppelin hangar at 
Akron, O., being raised into place, end 
view. © May 23, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; 
J 0—1864. 

Raising central arch of Zeppelin 
Ihangar into place at Akron, O., side 
view. © May 23, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; 
J 0—1865. 

Byrn Athyn church, Byrn Athyn, Pa. 

5650-5652 
Byrn Athyn, Pa., church, 1-3. © 
Apr. 25, 1929; 2 c. each May 18; K 
4471-4473. 

C. and G. realty and construction co., 

Columbus, O. 5653-5661 

Eastmoor residence no. 1. 7 sheets. 

Blueprints. © 1 c. May 1, 1929; I 

605. 

8 blueprints: 

Apartment building. 11 sheets ; I 
587.— Bexley residence no. 3. 7 sheets ; 
I 585.- — Broad street stores and apart- 
ments. 19 sheets; I 588.— Eight fam- 
ily apartment no. 1. 8 sheets ; I 586.— 
Eight family apartment no. 2. 7 
sheets ; I 584. — Four family apart- 
ment. 9 sheets ; I 589. — Four family 
apartment no. 2. 6 sheets ; I 583. — 
Nine family apartment. 8 sheets ; I 
590. © 1 C. each Apr. 29, 1929. 

Cadore embroidery works, Gutten- 
berg, N. J. 5662 

[Drawing for embroidery, style S. 
E. F. 3.] © 1 c. May 8, 1929; I 621. 

Campbell prints, inc., New York. 

5663-5671 
[ (Panama canal) ] ; by Jonas Lie : 
[Gates of Pedro Miguel, 8699] ; K 

4716.— [Heavenly hosts, 8698] ; K 



4715.— [Toil, 8697] ; K 4714. © May 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 20. 

6 prints: 

Jack and Jill, 8821; K 4447.— Jack 
be nimble, 8822; K 4448.— Simple Si- 
mon, 8824 ; K 4449. — There was an old 
woman who lived in a shoe. 8823 ; K 
4450. — There was a crooked man, 
8820; K 4446. — Tom, Tom the piper's 
son, 8825; K 4445. © Apr. 3, 1929; 
2c. each May 20. 

Cardy (William R.) Chicago. 5672 
Artcraft matchless memo. © June 
4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 7 ; K 2531. 
Carskadon (T. E.) St. Petersburg, 
Fla. 5673 

Famous green bench of the sun- 
shine city. Welcome. St. Petersburg, 
Florida. © May 12, 1929; 2 c. June 
12 ; K 4777. 

Carson (Ambrose Washington) Flag- 
staff, Ariz. 5674-5680 

Grand Canyon bridge, 5. 7-9. © 
May 15, 1929; 2 c. each June 5; J 
O-1917-1920. 

Lee's Ferry bridge, 1, 3. © Mav 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 5 ; J 0-1921, 1922. 

Lee's Ferrv bridge, bird's-eye view 
of, 2. © May 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 5 ; 
J 0-1916. 

Cassaday (E. H.) Memphis, Term. 

5681 
Sterrick bldg. under construction. 
© May 30, 1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; J 143. 

Caufield & Shook, Louisville. 

5682-5873 

Berea college : 

Boone tavern owned and operated 
by school. — Campus scene showing ad- 
ministration buildings. — Dairy barns.— 
Forestry headquarters situated on Big 
Hill road/ — Students at work on 
school farm. School buildings shown 
in background. — Students harvesting 
beans for the school cannery. — Stu- 
dents working in the field. — Woman's 
hall, first permanent and oldest exist- 
ing building erected in 1869. © Mar. 
1. 1929 ; 2 c. each June 27 ; J 0-2219- 
2226. 

Louisville, Ky., Cherokee park : 

Beeches, a group of. — Beeches in 
winter. — Bend in creek at Belknap 
bridge. — Beside the creek at Big 
Rock. — Maple road in winter.— Octo- 
ber mists. — Private homes seen from 
park in winter. — Tree framed View of 
creek. — Winter at Hert memorial 
bridge. — Winter scene above Hert 
bridge. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
June 27 I J 0-2262-2271. 



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5873 



Louisville, Ky., Cherokee park : 
Foot bridge in winter. — Maple road 
in. — Rustic bridge at bend in creek. — 
Snow covered road at bridge no. 3. — 
Wh te drapery. — White morning at 
Belknap bridge.— Winter reflections. — 
Winter scene above bridge no. 3. — 
Winter shadows at Belknap bridge. — 
Winter sunshine. © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 
c. each June 27 ; J 0-2315-2319, 2314, 
2320-2323. 

U. S. highway no. 25 : 

And L. & M. tracks near Conway, 
Rockcastle County, Ky. — At Madison- 
Rcckcastle County line, Kentucky. — At 
the edge of Barbourville, Knox 
County, Ky. — Beside Clear Creek near 
Middlesboro, Bell County, Ky. — Be- 
tween Berea and Mt. Vernon, Ky. — 
Rockcastle-Madison line. Showing L. 
& M. railroad tracks and highway 
marker in the foreground. — Runs be- 
tween Clear Creek and L. & N. rail- 
road tracks near Middleboro, Ky. — 
South of Berea, Madison County, Ky. 
© Mar. 1. 1929; 2 c. each June 27; 
J O-2298-2302, 2287, 2303, 2304. 

4th ave. north from Guthrie : 

Street. — Street scene. — View. © 
Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. each June 27; J 
0-2358, 2359, 2357. 

6 photographs : 

L. & N. shops. — Looking northwest 
from 4th and York sts. — Louisville, 
Ky., from 4th to 7th sts. — Pennsylva- 
nia railroad bridge at Louisville. — 
Shipping-port Island at Louisville. — 
Waterfront of business district. © 
Nov. 12. 1928; 2 c. each June 27; 
J O— 2170, 2171, 2169, 2172-2174. 

11 photographs : 

Berea, Ky., Big Hill road, street 
scene. — Berea college, a student receiv- 
ing credit on his tuition for picking a 
bushel of beans. — Big Hill road, be- 
tween Berea and McKee, Ky.. scene 
on Big Hill. — Big Hill road. Madison 
County, Ky.. showing West Pinnacle 
near Berea, Ky. — Foot bridge on Cum- 
berland River at Emerling, Ky.. show- 
ing Harlan-Pineville road, Harlan 
County. — Emerling. Harlan County, 
Ky.. scene at, Harlan-Pineville road on 
left, Cumberland River in center, L. & 
N. railroad on right. — Harlan, Ky., 
scene from a mountain top. — Harlan, 
Ky., view of. — Marker on U. S. high- 
way no. 25, type of. This one is situ- 
ated near Berea. Ky. — Pinnacle Moun- 
tain, at foot of, U. S. highway no. 25, 
at Kentucky- Virginia state line. — Wal- 
lins, Harlan County. Ky., village near 
Foi d coal mines. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each June 27; J O— 2206-2216. 



31 photographs : 

Bailey's Switch, Ky., U. S. highway 
no. 25. between Corbin and Barbour- 
ville, Ky.— Bailey's Switch, Ky., U. S. 
highway no. 25, L. & N. railroad cross- 
ing. — Cabin beside the road to Harlan, 
Harlan County. — Coal mine near Car- 
dinal, Bell County, Ky. — Coal train 
coming through the mountains. Harlan 
County. — Cumberland River and Rho- 
dodendron highway below Wallins, 
Harlan County, Ky. — Cumberland 
River at Molus, Harlan County, Ky., 
scene on the. — Cumberland state park, 
Pineville, Ky., scene at foot of Pine 
Mountain. — Cumberland state park, 
Pineville road no. 25, in foreground, 
Pine Mountain in distance. — Early 
morning scene on Clear Creek, Middles- 
boro, Ky. — End of day, Rhododendron 
highway, Harlan County. — Evening on 
the Rhododendron highway, Harlan 
County. — Harlan, Ky., street scene 
with Court house on right. — Hazy 
morning on a mountain road, Bell 
County. — Looking down into the west 
end of the town, Harlan, Ky. — Look- 
ing down the Cumberland River, at 
city limits, Pineville, Bell County, 
Ky. — Mining village on the Cumber- 
land River, Bell County. — Mountain 
children going to school. — Mountain 
sunset, Pineville-Harlan road. — Moun- 
tain woman with her horse, Harlan 
County. — Mountain Valley sunset, 
Harlan County, Ky. — Pineville-Harlan 
road at Pace Hill, Harlan County. — 
Pineville-Harlan road beside the Cum- 
berland River at Wallins, Harlan 
County, Ky. — Primitive home beside 
the Rhododendron highway. Harlan 
County. — Road no. 25 on the Kentucky 
side of Cumberland Gap, Harlan 
County. Ky. — Sunset, Cumberland 
state park at Pineville, Ky. — Sunset on 
Clear Creek, Cumberland state park, 
Pineville, Ky. — Sunset on the Rhodo- 
dendron highway near Harlan. — Typ- 
ical mountain road and home, Harlan 
County. — Wasiota, Bell County, Ky.,. 
mountain school and pupils, — Wilhoit, 
Harlan County, Ky., foot bridge on the 
Cumberland River. © Dec. 10. 1928; 
2 c. each June 27; J 0—2175-2189, 
2195, 2190-2194. 2196-2205. 

37 photographs : 

American oak leather tanning co. — - 
Bread in old Kentucky. — Broadway at 
Fourth ave. — Columbia mantel co. — 
Commodore apartments. — Dartmouth 
apartments. — Equitable blclg.. formerly 
Todd bldg. — Filled to overflowing. — 
Fourth and Broadway, corner. — Fourth 
ave. Presbyterian church. — Fourth ave., 
south from Broadway. — Good meas- 

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Caulield & Shook — Continued, 
ure. — Atlantic & Pacific tea co., bldg. — 
Harvest. — Hey burn bldg. — Bonded 
whiskay warehouse, interior. — J. B. 
Speed memorial museum. — Jefferson 
st., east from 6th St.— Kentucky best. — 
Kentucky corn. — Kentucky kernels. — 
Looking east on Broadway, from 5th 
st. — On parade. — Peaslee - Gaulbert 
co. — Peep into Harlan from a moun- 
tain top road. — Plenty. — Prospect, Ky., 
old mill, Wolf pen. — Prospect, Ky., 
Wolf pen mill. — Raised in Kentucky. — 
Second St., north from Market st. — Seel- 
bach hotel. — Starks bldg. — Stimpson 
computing scale co. — 4th and Broad- 
way, intersection. — 4th and Broadway, 
view of. — 4th ave. east side, south of 
Heyburn ave. — 7th and Broadway. © 
Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. each June 27; 
J 0—2311-2313, 2324-2356, 2360. 

68 photographs: 

Abandoned cabin beside the Cum- 
berland, Harlan County. — Bailey's 
Switch, Ky., U. S. highway no. 25 at, 
near Corbin. — Cabin beside a moun- 
tain creek, Harlan County. — Cabin be- 
side a mountain water fall, Harlan 
County. — Cardinal, Bell County, Ky., 
a mining village seen on the Rhododen- 
dron highway. — Chimney Rock Cliffs 
on Kentucky River, Garrard County, 
Ky. — Chimney Rock on Kentucky 
River, Garrard County, Ky. — City Hos- 
pital. — Conway, Laurel County, Ky., 
U. S. highway no. 25. — Cumberland, a 
view of the tree lined banks of the, 
Harlan County. — Cumberland flows 
far below the Rhododendron highway 
near Wallins, Harlan County, Ky. — 
Cumberland Cap, Tenn., town of, look- 
ing down from road through Cumber- 
land Gap. — Cumberland River, a ford 
on the, Harlan County.- — -Cumberland 
River beside the Rhododendron high- 
way at Wallins, Harlan County, Ky. — 
Cumberland River, from the Pineville- 
Harlan road near Wallins, Harlan 
-County, Ky., a view of the. — Cumber- 
land River meets tbe Rhododendron 
highway at Cardinal, Bell County, 
Ky. — Cumberland River turns to meet 
the Rhododendron highway at Cardi- 
nal, Bell County, Ky. — Cumberland 
Valley at Cardinal, Bell County, Ky., 
in the. — Dixietown Valley on the 
Rhododendron highway, Harlan, Coun- 
ty.— Flat Lick, Ky., U. S. high- 
way no. 25. — Fourth ave. and 
Broadway. — Gillian Mt. near Cor- 
bin, Ky., U. S. highway, a long 
climb on.— Harlan, Ky., valley at the 
west end of town. — Plarlan-Pineville 
road near Cardinal, Bell County, Ky., 
irregular curves on the. — Highway no. 



25, between Pineville and Middlesboro, 
a sharp bend on. — Home on the south 
bank of the Cumberland, Harlan 
County. — Huge rocks on the banks of 
the Cumberland River, Harlan 
County. — Iroquois park, road through 
a beech grove. — L. & N. railroad bridge 
over Cumberland River at Wasioto, 
Bell County, Ky. — Log Mountain, the 
long climb up, U. S. highway no. 25, 
Bell County, Ky. — Log Mountain, a 
scene on, U. S. highway no. 25, Bell 
County, Ky. — Looking down the Cum- 
berland River at Molus, Harlan 
County, Ky. — Looking down the Cum- 
berland River at the Kentucky utili- 
ties co. power house near Pineville, 
Bell County, Ky. — Looking down the 
Cumberland River below Emerling, 
Harlan County, Ky. — Looking down 
the Cumberland River towards Wal- 
lins, Harlan County. Ky. — Looking 
south at Berea, Ky., city limits, Ken- 
tucky U. S. highway. — Looking up the 
Cumberland River above Wallins, Har- 
lan County, Ky. — Louisville, Ky., river 
skyline from new dam. — Madison 
County near Berea, a scene from top 
of Big Hill. — Middlesboro, Ky., the 
coal house. — Mountain home beside the 
Cumberland River near Emerling, Har- 
lan County, Ky. — Mountain pasture, 
Harlan County, Ky., in the. — Moun- 
tain scenery on the Pineville-Harlan 
road, Harlan County. — Mountain val- 
ley pasture at Wilhoit, Harlan County, 
Ky. — Pineville, Ky., Kentucky utilities 
plant. — Pineville, Ky., street scene. — 
Pineville-Harlan road at Varilla, Bell 
County, Ky., scene on. — Pineville-Har- 
lan road at Wallins, Harlan County, 
Ky., on the. — Pineville-Harlan road 
near Cardinal, Bell County, Ky., show- 
ing. — Road no. 25 beside the L. & N. 
railroad tracks near Middlesboro. — 
Rock cliffs beside Pineville-Harlan 
road at Pace Hill, Harlan County. — 
Rock cliffs beside Pineville-Harlan 
road at Varilla, Bell County, Ky. — 
Rhododendron highway bends with the 
Cumberland River, Harlan County. — 
Rhododendron highway between river 
and cliff at Varilla, Bell County, Ky.— 
Rhododendron h ghway cut thru rock 
near Cardinal, Bell County, Ky. — 
Rhododendron highway runs through 
a typical Cumberland mountain scene 
at Cardinal, Bell County, Ky.— Safe 
crossing between London and Corbin, 
Ky., U. S. highway no. 25. — Stone Gap, 
Laurel County, Ky., U. S. highway. — 
Sunset at flagpole, Iroquois park — 
Sunset on the road between Pineville 
and Harlan. — Sunset on the road to 
Clear Creek Springs, Bell County, 



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5904 



Ky. — U. S. highway, a scene in Rock- 
castle County, Ky.^ — Valley at the foot 
of Big Hill on the road between Berea 
and McKee, Madison County, Ky. — 
Viewing a sunset, Iroquois park. — 
Wasioto, Ky., rock asphalt section of 
Pineville-Harlan road. — Wayside 
spring on the Harlan-Pineville road, 
Harlan County. — Wilhoit, Harlan 
County, Ky., mountain homes. — Wil- 
hoit Harlan County, Ky., scene on the 
Pineville-Harlan road. © Mar. 1, 
1929; 2 c. each June 27; J 0—2217, 
2218. 2227-2261, 2272-2286, 2288-2297, 
2305-2310. 

Cavalero (George) Union City, N. J. 

5874, 5875 

In memoriam. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 13; K 3930. 

Sympathy. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
13 ; K 3929. 

Central banknote co., Chicago. 5876 
[Spirit of labor] © May 31, 1929; 
2 c. June 17 ; K 4836. 

Central paper box co., Peoria, 111. 

5877 
[Baby cover design, mpl. 40] © 
June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. June 18 ; K 4843. 

Central trust co., Cincinnati. 

5878-5884 
Famous last words. Charles Dar- 
win. © Apr. 23, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 27; 
K 4150. 

Charles Frohman. © June 4, 

1929; 1 c. June 6; K 4748. 

George Washington. © Apr. 2, 

1929; 2 c. Apr. 3; K 3666. 

Henry David Thoreau. © May 2, 

1929 ; 2 c. May 10 ; K 4277. 

■ John Adams. © Apr. 26. 1929 1 2 

c. Apr. 27 ; K 4149. 

Sir Walter Raleigh. © June 4, 

1929 : 1 c. June 6 : K 4749. 

Woodrow Wilson. © May 8. 

1929 ; 2 c. May 10 ; K 4278. 

Chace (Lynwood Morrell) Swansea. 
Mass, 5885-5889 

Brighteyes tries out a new convey- 
ance. © June 9. 1929 ; 2 c. June 14 ; 
J O— 2080. 

Characteristic canine pose. © May 
26, 1929 ; 2 c. June 4 ; J O— 1908. 

Loves old sweet song. © May 12, 
1929; 2 c. May 15; J 0—1792. 

Mr. Toad in vocal action. © June 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. June 14 ; J O— 2081. 

Powerful grasp. © June 2, 1929; 
2 c. June 5 ; J 0—1923. 



Chenev (Arthur B.) Kokomo, Ind. 

5890-5893 

Preliminary sketches, for the Roadel 
system, inc., Blueprint: 

Four garage apartment units, unit 
A. — General layout of a typical 
Roadel. — Service and administrative 
building, sheet 1. — Single garage 
apartment units, unit B. © 1 c. each 
May 22, 1929; I 676, 678, 675, 677. 
Chicago aerial survey co., Chicago. 

5894-5896 

Locks at Starved Rock, 6862. © 
Oct. 30, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 24, 1929; J 
O— 1700. 

River excavation, 7054. © Mar. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; J 0—1496. 

World's fair site, 7052, © Mar. 30, 
1929 ; 2 e. Apr. 3 ; J 0—1497. 

Chicago banknote co., Chicago. 

5897, 5898 

[Lithographed bond blank, raised 
wings perched eagle design vignette at 
top. Circle vignette at bottom, small 
letter D in lower left hand corner on 
face. Two filing panels on back. 
Orange color border on face and back] 
© May 3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4382. 

[Lithographed bond blank, spread 
eagle design vignette at top, circle 
vignette at bottom. Small letter A in 
lower left hand corner on face, two 
riling panels and bank building vig- 
nette on back. Orange color border 
on face and back] © May 3, 1929; 
2 c. May 17 ; K 4381. 

Chicago herald & examiner. Chicago. 

5899 
Anything may happen. © Dec. 5, 
1928 ; 1 c. Dec. 10 ; K 1218. 

Chicago lumiber co. of Washington, 

Oakland, Calif. 5900 

Home. © Feb. 7, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 
3: J 43. 

Chicago motor club, Chicago. 

5901-5903 

April showers and slippery streets 
make automobiles hard to stop, take 
no chances. Safety poster, 33. © 
Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 4349. 

Play in vour yard and play safe. 
Safely poster, 34. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 
c. May 15 ; K 4350. 

You will never be old enough to play 
in the street. Safety poster, 32. © 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 4348. 

Chicago North Shore & Milwaukee r. 
r. co., Chicago. 5904 

Steel highways are always open. © 
May 22, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 4664. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Chicago pump co., Chicago. 5905 

Diagram of fire pump installation 
under Detroit board of underwriters 
specifications, dws:. 10263-2. Blue- 
print. © Apr. 1. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 
598. 

Chicago roller skate co., Chicago. 

5906, 5907 

Let's go roller skating. © Apr. 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; K 3943. 

Some rare birds. Cross between a 
mallard and pintail. © Mar. 1. 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 15 ; K 3944. 

Chicago tribune, Chicago. 5908-6516 

Among the folks in history. 1929. 
© Weekly : 

Mar. 3-31 : 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
K ct. 1916-1920. ' Apr. 7-28 ; 1 c. each 
Apr. 18-May 3 ; K ct. 2188-2191. 

And that was supposed to be the 
drys' best sign. © Apr. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Apr. 18; K ct. 1950. 

And the harder you throw them the 
harder they'll return. © Apr. 11, 
1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 18 ; K ct. 2224. 

Annual lesson. © Mar. 15, 1929; 1 
c. Mar. 22; K ct. 1655. 

Another beautiful war romance gone 
on the rocks. © Mar. 18, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 22 ; K ct. 1658. 

Aviation show. © Mar. 17, 1929 ; 1 
c. Mar. 22 ; K ct. 1638. 

Beauty on the west coast. © Apr. 
7, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 18 ; K ct. 1951. 

Breakfast in the diner. © Mar. 24, 
1929; 1 c. Mar. 28; K ct— fl.639. 

Bride's best friend is her mother. 
© Apr. 28, 1929; 1 c. May 3; K ct— 
1954. 

Busy bellhop. © Mar. 31, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 5; K ct— 1650. 

Chance to give a practical demon- 
stration. © Apr. 8, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 18 ; 
K ct— 2221. 

Child who made a nation think. © 
Mar. 29, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1669. 

Ching Chow. 1929. ©: 

Mar. 1, 2, 4. 5. 8. 9, 11. 12, 14-16, 
18, 19, 21-23, 25-30 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8- 
Apr. 5; K ct— 1863-1884. 

Apr. 1, 2. 4-6, 8-10. 12. 13. 15. 16. 
18-20, 22, 23, 26, 27, 29, 30; 1 c. each 
Apr. 5-May 3 ; K ct— 2107-2127. 

Comin' to help ma clean house? © 
Mar. 22, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 28; K ct— 
1662. 

Comparison. © Apr. 26, 1929; 1 c. 
May 3 ; K ct— 2239. 



Convalescents. © Mar. 3, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 8; K ct 1936. 

Does it always seem this way to you 
too? © Mar. 27, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 5; 
K ct— 1667. 

Easter eggs that hatched. © Mar. 
30, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1670. 

Ever more ! © Apr. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1948. 

Explaining everything. © Apr. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 3 ; K ct— 2241. 

Fanning the old fence buster is no 
joke. © Apr. 23, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 29; 
K ct— 2236. 

Gardener who keeps chickens. © 
Mar. 12, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 15; K ct— 
1652. 

Gasoline alley. 1929. © Daily: 

Mar. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 
K ct— 1801-1831. 

Apr. 1-30; 1 c. each Anr. 5-May 3 
K ct— 2077-2106. 

Genial headwaiter. © Apr. 14, 1929 
1 c. Apr. 18 ; K ct— 1952. 

Getting a rise out of Washington. 
© Apr. 6, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 18; K ct— 
2219. 

Girls we take out. © Mar. 10, 1929 ; 
1 c. Mar. 15 ; K ct— 1637. 

Going to put the boy to work. © 
Mar. 10, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 15; K ct— 
1650. 

Gumps. 1929. © Daily : 

Mar. 1-31; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5; 
K ct— 1832-1862. 

Apr. 1-30 ; 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3 ; 
K ct— 2128-2157. 

Hardest working administration 
we've ever had. © Apr. 19. 1929; 1 c. 
Apr. 29; K ct— 2232. 

Harold Teen. 1929. © Daily : 

Mar. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
K ct— 1734-1764. 

Apr. 1-30: 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3; 
K ct— 2015-2043. 

He has been April fooled so many 
times. © Apr. 1, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 5; 
K ct— 1947. 

Hewing out a new club for him. © 
Mar. 1, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 8; K ct— 1641. 

Hollywood after dark. © Apr. 21, 
1929; 1 c. Apr. 29; K ct— 1953. 

How to keep from growing old. 
1929. © Weekly: 

Mar. 1-22; 1 c. each Mar. 8-28; 
K ct— 1921-1924. 

Apr. 5-26 ; 1 c. each Apr. 18-May 3 ; 
K ct— 2192-2195. 

Hurry up with that cradle ! © Mar. 
28, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1668. 



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6516 



It's hard to help anybody who won't 
he helped. © Apr. 21, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 
29: K ct— 2234. 

Kids. 1929. © Weekly : 

Mar. 3-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
X ct— 1796-1800. 

Apr. 7-21; 1 c. each Apr. 18-29; K 
ct— 2074-2076. 

Little Orphan Annie. 1929. © 
Daily : 

Mar. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
K ct— 1765-1795. 

Apr. 1-30; 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3; 
K ct— 2044-2073. 

Lookout ! Maybe it's a decoy. © 
Mar. 13, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 22; K ct— 
1653. 

Lost in the forest. © Mar. 26, 1929 ; 
1 c. Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1666. 

Making whoopee. © Apr. 22, 1929; 
1 c. Apr. 29 ; K ct— 2235. 

Mexico's presidential chair. © Mar. 
5, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 8 ; K ct— 1645. 

Moon Mullins. 1929. © Daily : 

Mar. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
X ct— 1885-1915. 

Apr. 1-30; 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3; 
It ct— 2158-2187. 

Neither fish nor fowl. © Apr. 9, 
1929; 1 c. Apr. 18; K ct— 2222. 

No offense taken. © Mar. 8, 1929; 
1 c. Mar. 15; K ct— 1648. 

Not only impersonating an officer, 
but holding us up at the same time. 
© Apr. 27, 1929 ; 1 c. May 3 ; K ct— 
2240. 

New for the big act. © Mar. 3. 1929 ; 
1 c. Mar. 8 ; K ct— 1643. 

O uncle ! Dear uncle ! come home 
with us now. © Apr. 29, 1929; 1 c. 
May 3 ; K ct— 2242. 

Of course, all the rest of them will 
want to get their hooks in, too. © 
Mar. 20, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 28; K ct— 
1660. 

On the nest again. © Apr. 14, 1929 ; 
1 c. Apr. 18 ; K ct— 2227. 

One and only opportunity to express 
your real feelings. © Apr. 17, 1929; 
1 c. Apr. 29: K ct— 2230. 

Our secret ambition. 1929. © 
Weekly : 

Mar. 4-25: 1 c. each Mar. 8-28; K 
ct— 1925-1928. 

Apr. 1-29 : 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 
3 ; K ct— 2196-2200. 

Our severest critic. © Apr. 5, 1929 : 
1 c. Apr. 18; K ct— 2218. 

Passenger wishes the pilot a suc- 
cessful flight. © Mar. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 8 : K ct— 1644. 



Passing of the Commander. © Mar. 
21, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 28; K ct— 1661. 

Pet of the barnyard. © Mar. 7, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 15 ; K ct— 1647. 

Playing their game again. © Apr. 
25, 1929; 1 c. May 3; K ct— 2238. 

Rock of ages. © Mar. 31, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 5; K ct— 1671. 

Salute. © Mar. 2, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 
8 ; K ct— 1642. 

Secret of our success. © Mar. 9, 
1929; 1 c. Mar. 15; K ct— 1649. 

Sketches of. the news. 1929. ©: 

Mar. 6, 16, 23, Apr. 3, 12 ; 1 c. each 
Mar. 15, 22, 28, Apr. 18; K ct— 1646, 
1656, 1663, 1949, 2225. 

Smitty. 1929. © Daily: 

Mar. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
K ct— 1672-1702. 

Apr. 1-30 ; 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3 ; 
K ct— 1955-1984. 

Something ought to be done about 
this. 1929. © Weekly: 

Mar. 2-30 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8-Apr. 5 ; 
K ct— 1929-1933. 

Apr. 6-27 ; 1 c. each Apr. 18-Mav 3 ; 
K ct— 2201-2204. 

Static. 1929. © Weekly: 

Mar. 7-28 ; 1 c. each Mar. 15-Apr. 5 ; 
K ct— 1938-1941. 

Apr. 4-25: 1 c. each Apr. 18-May 
3; K ct— 2205-2208. 

Still complaining about it. © Apr. 
15, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 18 ; K ct— 2228. 

Still piling them on. © Apr. 30, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 3 ; K ct— 2243. 

Still waiting for the sucker. © Mar. 
14, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 22 ; K ct— 1654. 

Strain on the family tie. 1929. © 
Weekly : 

Mar. 5-Mar. 26; 1 c. each Mar. 8- 
Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1934-1937. 

Apr. 2-30 : 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3 ; 
K ct— 2209-2213. 

Strange that nothing is ever said 
about canceling territorial gains, too. 
© Apr. 7, 1929 : 1 c. Apr. 18 ; K ct— 
2220. 

Tale of two cities. © Apr. 10, 1929 ; 
1 c. Apr. 18; K ct— 2223. 

That no-account boy whom grandpa 
was so ashamed of. © Mar. 24, 1929 ; 
1 c. Mar. 28; K ct— 1664. 

There seems to be some delay in 
bringing in the victims. © Apr. 20, 
1929; 1 c. Apr. 29; K ct— 2233. 

Time to look around for a safe land- 
ing field. © Apr. 16. 1929; 1 c. Apr. 
29 ; K ct— 2229. 



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Chicago tribune — Continued. 

Too much help would be worse than 
none at all. © Mar. 17, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 22 ; K ct— 1657. 

Trying to scare a man whose whole 
family was noted for its bravery. © 
Mar. 25, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 28; K ct— 
1665. 

We can expect to hear a few things 
about ourselves from England for the 
next few weeks. © Apr. 18. 1929 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 29; K ct— 2231. 

Weapon which our pacifists con- 
demn. © Apr. 24, 1929- : 1 c. Apr. 29; 
K ct— 2237. 

What else could you expect? © 
Apr. 13, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 18; K ct— 
2226. 

When words fail yuh. 1929. © 
Weekly : 

Mar. 29 ; 1 c. Apr. 5 ; K ct— 1946. 

Which is the better form of gov- 
ernment? © Mar. 11, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 
15; K ct— 1651. 

Winnie Winkle, The Breadwinner. 
1929. © Daily : 

Mar. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 8- Apr. 5 ; 
K ct— 1703-1733. 

Apr. 1-30 ; 1 c. each Apr. 5-May 3 ; 
K ct— 1985-2014. 

Wonder how long a private business 
would last if it were run the way 
some of our state and local govern- 
ments are run? © Mar. 19, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 22; K ct— 1659. 

Wotta life! Wotta life! 1929. © 
Weekly : 

Mar. 6-27 ; 1 c. each Mar. 15-Apr. 
5 ; K ct— 1942-1945. 

Apr. 3-24 ; 1 c. each Apr. 18^-Apr. 
29 ; K ct— 2214-2217. 

Childs (J. A.) Comstock Park, Mich. 

6517 
Stop, safe (ty) -advice. © Apr. 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 7 ; K 4792. 

Chipron stamp co., Los Angeles. 

6518, 6519 

[Lithographed common stock certifi- 
cate, green border, 1602] © Apr. 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 3719. 

[Lithographed preferred stock cer- 
tificate, orange color border, 1600] © 
Apr. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 3720. 

Christian board of publication, St. 
Louis. 6520-6531 

Spring. © Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 
3 ; K 3932. 

Summer. © June 5, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
22 : K 4984. 



3 prints : 

[Captive maid] ; K 3659.— [In the 
garden] ; K 3657. — [Jesus washing 
disciples feet] ; K 3658. © Feb. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. each Mar. 5 ; 1 c. each Mar. 
30. 

3 prints : 

[Four friends, 80441] ; K 4152.— 
[Helping build the wall, 80440] ; I 
4151. — [Joseph caring for his father, 
80442] ; K 4153. © Apr. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 29. 

4 prints : 

[Birthday present, 80455] ; K 4235.— 
[Father and children. 80448] ; K 
4232.— [Policeman, 80453] ; K 4234.— 
[Postman, 80452] ; K 4233. © May 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. each May 6. 

Christian science pub. society, Boston. 

6532 
First church of Christ, scientist, 
Boston, Mass., the extension audito- 
rium, interior view of. © June 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 10 ; J 168. 

Christie (James) Escanaba, Mich. 

6533 
My master's smoke. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 3 ; J O— 1509. 

Clark (Burton) Columbia, S. C. 6534 
Geoeyclometer, axial plane [with] 
ecliptic or orbit plane. © May 23, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; I 790. 

Clayton (James E.) Buffalo. 6535 

Borderland impressions. © May 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 4347. 

Cohen, Goldman & co., inc., New York. 

6536 
Show window with letter B in back- 
ground and name Broadstreet's in 
front. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1929 ; J 0—1498. 

Collins ice cream co., Chicago. 6537 
Oh goody ! It's Collins' ice cream. 
© Mar. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; J 56. 

Colorado fuel & iron co., Denver. 

6538, 6539 

Minnequa steel building construc- 
tion, sheets, 41, 42, 50, 51, 58, 70, 78, 
211. 8 sheets, blueprints. © Feb. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; I 539. 

sheets 212-214. i sheets, blue- 
prints. © Mar. 15, 1929 ; 2 r Apr. 1 ; 
I 540. 
Colson (Usher Rae) Paris, 111 

6540-6547 

8 prints : 

[Be it ever so humble] ; K 4410.-— 
[Cottage in the woods] ; K 4407. — 
[Grisette] ; K 4411.— [Ideal home] ; K 
4406.— [In the heart of the forest] ; K 



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6597 



4412. — [Mother's little sweetheart] ; K 
4408.— [Priceless gift] ; K 4405. — 
[They're off] ; K 4409. © May 1. 
1929 ; 2 c. each May 17. 

Comora (Charles) Union City, N. J. 

6548, 6549 
[Drawing for embroidered lace, 
style S.- L. A. 1, 2] © 1 c. each June 
27, 1929; I 803, 804. 

Condie (Hugh Malcolm) Camden, 
N. J. 6550 

We sell the earth. © Apr. 16, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 19 ; K 3989. 

Congoleum-Nairn, ins.. Kearnv, N. J. 

6551-6554 

4 photographs : 

Floorings as smart as Paris styles ; 
K 3652.— How distinctive. I'll take 
that one; K 3649.— My— isn't that 
lovely ; K 3650. — What a fascinating 
design ; K 3651. © Feb. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Mar. 30. 

Consolidated automatic merchandising 

corp., New York. 6555 

Rabot, the automatic salesman. 

[Figure of mechanical man] © Apr. 

1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; K 3933. 

Continental oil co., Denver. 6556-6560 

5 prints: 

[Gondolier, 3105] ; K 4187.— [Nim- 
rods, 3104] : K 4188.— [Parasol girl, 
3101] ; K 4186.— [Pretty baby, 3103] ; 
K 4189.— [Hide 'em cowboy. 3102] ; K 
4190. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
1, 1929. 

Coovert (John Calvin) Memphis, Tenn. 

6561 
Planting cotton seed, Wilson, Ark., 
1530. © May 4, 1929; 2 c. May 11; 
J 0—1765. 

Cos Cob press, inc.. New York. 6562 
[Two sixteenth notes on staff. Title 
page design] © May 20, 1929; 2 c. 
June 1 ; K 4767. 

Covell (Bert G.) ltd., Honolulu. 

6563-656S 

6 photographs : 

Hawaii's aloha, 8450. — Hawaii's lei 
awaits you, 8466. — Hawaii's sweet- 
heart, 8461. — Kaeha, at Hamohamo, 
8465.— Welcome to Hawaii, 8448.— 
What the lei means, 8464. © Apr. 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. each May 1 ; J 81-86. 

Craig (Virginia) Springfield, Mo. 

6569 

English composition exhibit. © 

May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; J 0—1861. 



Crowgey (William Perry) Wvtheville, 
Va. 6570, 6571 

Oldest railroad tunnel in the world. 
© June 25, 1929 ; 2 c. June 24 ; J O— 
2132. 

Southern railroad, scenic, scene on. 
© June 25, 1929 ; 2 c. June 24 ; J O— 
2131. 

Curtiss (L. Roy) New York. 6572 

Lincoln (Abraham) © May 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 16 ; J O— 1800. 

Cushman (William Allen) Santa Fe, 

N. M. 6573-6597 

Along the shadowed trail. © Oct. 
9, 1927; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1522. 

Beside the Rio Grande. © Nov. 6, 
1927 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1516. 

Buffalo dancers. © Jan. 23, 1928; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1521. 

Chief of the tribe. © Nov. 25, 1927 ; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1527. 

Contemplation. © Oct. 14, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1534. 

Deer dancers. © Jan. 23, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1538. 

Following the trail. © Nov. 6, 1927 ; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1532. 

His realm. © June 29, 1928; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1519. 

Indian country. © June 29, 1928; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1518. 

Land of his ancestors. © Sept. 23, 
1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J O— 1520. 

Lost River. © Oct. 25. 1927; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1535. 

My Indian brother. © Oct. 9, 1927 ; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1528. 

My kinsman. © Oct. 25, 1927; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929; J O— 1530. 

Out by the river. © Nov. 6, 1927; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1517. 

Prayer to the sun. © Oct. 25, 1927 ; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1524. 

Prince of the tribe. © Nov. 6, 1927 ; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1529. 

Puga Peen, the watcher. © Oct. 25,. 
1927 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1523. 

Redskin of the southwest. © Nov. 
6, 1927: 2 c. Apr. 8. 1929; J 0—1531. 

Rest in Mesa countrv. © Oct. 25, 
1927 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1533. 

Scojit. © June 6, 1927 : 2 c. Apr. 8, 
1929; J 0—1537. 

Setting out for game. © Oct. 14, 
1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1536. 

Smile that wins. © Jan. 6, 1928; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1526. 



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Cushman (William Allen) — Continued. 

Testing his skill. © July 10, 1928; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 0—1525. 

Tewa bowman. © June 29, 1928; 
2 c. Apr. 8, 1929 ; J 52. 

Wee chieftain. © Dec. 18, 1927 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929; J O— 1539. 

Custer (James Monroe) Stroudsburg, 
Pa. 6598 

Kittatinny Park [Indian] © May 
24, 1929 ; 2 c. June 5 ; K 4686. 

Dahlgren (R. E.) Winter Haven, Fla. 

6599, 6600 

Coming through the flames. © Apr. 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; J 0—1611. 

New broncho busters go through the 
paper hoops, © Apr. 20, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 22; J O— 1610. 

Danielson (Frances Weld) Danielson, 
Conn. 6601-6603 

3 prints : 

Beginners' course, part 4. Anny 
session, Samantha grape juice for a 
sick friend, Session 41, Cornucopia. — ■ 
Beginners' course, part 4. Session 52 
(1) Clock for bedtime record. Session 
50 Knife, fork, spoon. Session 52 (2) 
Picture block for nursery class. Gar- 
den. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 2 ; 
K 4629^631. 

Davis (Charles Gerard) Port Wash- 
ington, N. Y. 6604,6605 

Raleigh (Frigate) built at Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 1776, sail plan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 3, 1929 ; I 474. 

Raleigh (32 gun frigate) one of the 
thirteen ships built in 1776 for the 
first U. S. navy, plans. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 
1929 ; I 473. 

Davis (Marie Celeste) trading as 

Marie Celeste studio, East Orange, 

N. J. 6606 

Roeder (Dr. Adolph) pastor of the 

New church. © Apr. 11, 1929; 2 c. 

Apr. 18; J 0—1724. 

Davis (Robert H.) New York. 

6607-6613 

Kent (Rockwell) © June 19, 1929; 
2 c. June 20 ; J O— 2087. 

Man O' War, A-C. © May 21, 1929 ; 
2 c. each June 6 ; J O— 1928-1930. 

3 photographs: 

Bailey (Vernon Howe) author. — 
Phelps (William Lyon) university 
professor. A, B. © June 28, 1929; 
2 c. each June 29; J 0—2365, 2364, 
2366. 



Davis co., Chicago. 6614 

Chicago's watch dog. © Apr. 8, 

1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; K 4358. 

De Fazi (Fulvio) Cleveland. 6615 
[Thermo-conducting-piston] © 1 c. 

June 24 ; I 798. 

Del Cano (Henry P.) Los Angeles. 

6616 
Pickford (Mary) America's sweet- 
heart. © May 25, 1929 ; 2 c. June 4 ; 
K 4685. 

De Longe studio, Madison, Wis. 

6617, 6618 
Kohler (Walter J.) Gov. of Wiscon- 
sin. A, B. © May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
June 6 ; J 0—1931, 2133. 



Detmer, Brunei' 
York. 



Mason, inc., New 
6619-6634 

Bruner quality woolens especially 
made for high class tailoring. Fall 
1929, Winter 1930. © Apr. 3, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 12 ; K 4000. 

Detmer woolens wear and tailor 
best. Fabrics for winter 1930. Im- 
ported novelties. Newest fabrics. © 
Apr. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; K 4001. 

Have your overcoat made-to-order 
of the Llamatex coatings. Woven 
from the finest llama wool. T (830- 
834) T (894, 830) © June 10, 1929; 
2 c. each June 25 ; K 5044, 5045. 

Man who knows selects S & W wool- 
ens. None better made. © May 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 10 ; K 4275. 

Wear clothes custom-made-to-meas- 
ure : 

Always individual. Mason & Han- 
son exclusive woolens, T 827 ; K 
5050. — Be individual. It costs no 
more. Genuine S &• W woolens, T 
(824. 825) ; K 5047.— Best in the long 
wear. Mason & Hanson exclusive 
woolens, T 804; K 5051.— Dress well 
and succeed. Genuine S & W woolens, 
T (801, 802) ; K 5046. © June 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 25. 

We show genuine Bruner woolens. 
Wear clothes custome-tailor made, T 
809, T 810. © June 10, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
June 25 ; K 5048, 5049. 

5 prints : 

Detmer Stratfield worsteds. A fab- 
ric of quality, T 800; K 5054.— Now 
showing Mason & Hanson Roxwik 
Gaberdine suitings. — The best woven; 
K 5052. — Overcoat custom-made built 
for you only. Famous Detmer wool- 
ens wear and tailor best, T 812; K 
5055.— Suit custom-made for you only. 
Famous Detmer woolens wear and 
tailor best, T 811 ; K 5056.— We show 



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Brunei- Wardleigh worsted twist suit- 
ings. Strength in the twist; K 5053. 
© June 10, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 25. 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit. 6635-6640 

Christ and the fisherman, 028103; 
by Zimmerman. © May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 18 ; J O— 1808. 

Christ, head of, 028104; by Hof- 
mann. © May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 18 ; 
J O— 1809. 

Detroit, Mich., Penobscot bldg., 
073567. © May 4, 1929 ; 2 c. May 6 ; 
J 0—1735. 

Jesus in the home of Mary and Mar- 
tha, 028108. © Apr. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
29; J 0—1723. 

Peace and plenty, M 873 ; by George 
Inness. © June 13, 1929; 2 c. June 
14; J O— 2068. 

Samuel, infant, 028105; by Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. © Feb, 28, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 5; J O— 1490. 

Dial (Frank) Duncan, Okl. 6641 

[Another ice age process] © 1 c. 
Nov. 24, 1928; I 331. 

Dissalcom assn., inc., New York. 

6642-6644 

[Dissalcom chart of market position 

and direction] © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1929; 

1 429. 

Dissalcom measure of market posi- 
tion and direction, etc., chart 3 A, 3 B. 
© 1 c. each May 15, 1929 ; I 657, 658. 

Dittlinger (Elise) New Braunfels, Tex. 

6645 
Karl, prinz zu Solms-Braunfels. © 
Mar. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; J 112. 

Doggett (William Henry) Dedham, 

Mass. 6646, 6647 

Beacon Hill, Block Island, R. I., 

Doggett's beacon. © Jan. 1, 1929; 

2 c. June 18 ; J O— 2072. 

Doggett's beacon, Beacon Hill. © 
Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. June 18 ; J 185. 

Donaldson lithograph co., inc., New- 
port, Ky. 6648-6661 

7 prints : 

Every serve a hit. [14 sheet poster, 
6266] ; I 4458.— For active bodies. 
[16% sheet poster, 6278] ; K 4459.— 
[Furniture. 12 sheet poster, 6315] ; K 
4456. — Home for you. [IS sheet post- 
er. 6327] ; K 4463.— It's my favorite. 
[14 sheet poster, 6290] ; K 4455.— 
Leave all spring cleaning to us. [15 
sheet poster. 6339] ; K 4464.— Oppor- 
tunity is here. [18 sheet poster, 6302] ; 
K 4453. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 
16. 



7 prints: 

For better cooking. [IGV2 sheet post- 
er, 6279] ; K 4452.— [Furniture. 12 
sheet poster, 6316] ; K 4451. — Invest in 
happiness. Own your home. [18 sheet 
poster, 6328] ; K 4457. — Last summer's 
clothes like new. [15 sheet poster, 
6340] ; K 4461.— Non-stop delight. [14 
sheet poster, 6291] ; K 4462.— She 
knows. [14 sheet poster, 6267] ; K 
4460. — Two incomes. [18 sheet post- 
er, 63031; K 4454. © May 1, 1929; 
2 c. each May 16. 

D'Onofrio (Mario) Baltimore. 

6662, 6663 

Apulian vase, Skypos, front view. © 
1 c. May 3, 1929; J 0—1768. 

rear view. © 1 c. May 3, 1929 :. 

J 0—1769. 

Dortmund (Edward Henry) Honolu- 
lu. 6664-6667 

Honolulu, Hawaii: 

Diamond Head, 39/1; J 124.— Duck 
pond, 33/5; J 127. — Queen's Beach, 
33/3; J 126.— Waikiki Beach, 39/3; 
J 125. © Mar. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 
17. 

Doten (Charles M.) Plymouth, Mass. 



Old Sandwich glass works. © May 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. May 22 ; J 0—1843. 

Drake (J. D.) Silverton, Or. 6669 

Eugene Field school bldg., Silverton, 
Or., panorama. © 1 c. May 21, 1929; 
J 0—1729. 

Draucker (Carson Robert) Syracuse,. 
N. Y. 6670 

Young (Stephen L.) © Mar. 10, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 23 ; J O— 1605. 

Drekolias international corp., New 
York. 6671 

Airmail. © Mar. 6, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
9 ; K 1874. 

Duffus silver fox Corp., New York. 

6672 
Duffus silver fox grading chart. © 
Dec. 28, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 25, 1929; K 
4141. 

Duplex envelope co., inc., Richmond. 

6673-6678 

6 prints : 

All Saints ; K 3645. — Ascension ; K 
3643.— Assumption ; K 3640.— Circum- 
cision ; K 3642.— Easter ; K 3641.— Im- 
maculate conception; K 3644. © Mar. 
29, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 1. 



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6679 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Dyck (Herbert F.) Ness City, Kan. 

6679, 6680 

Cow-herd pals initiated to snow-bra- 
vadoes. © 1 c. June 25, 1929; J O — 
2167. 

Snow-doomed victim of the snow- 
bound trail. © 1 c. June 25, 1929; 
J 0—2168. 

Edelstein (I. Bernard) Newark, N. J. 

6681 
Structure of Freemasonry. © May 
7, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 4198. 

Edmondson (Alfred Robert) Santa 

Barbara, Calif. 6682 

[Ideals]. Rocky shore line and sea, 

mountain island in background] © 

Apr. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. June 5 ; K 4711. 

Eklund (Hildora C.) Great Falls, 
Mont. 6683, 6684 

Russell (Charles M.) cowboy artist. 
© 1 c. Apr. 12, 1929 ; J 0—1569. 

Young Boy (Chief) What was dear 
to Charley, is dear to me. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1929 ; J O— 1570. 

Elliott, Bowen and Walz, Los Angeles. 

6685-6688 

High speed automobile viaduct, 
Bunker Hill Terminal. Blueprint. © 
1 c. Apr. 1, 1929 ; I 471. 

3 blueprints : 

Bunker Hill terminal of proposed 
viaduct for automobile traffic. — Typi- 
cal construction from Bunker Hill to 
P. E. right of way. Details of pro- 
posed viaduct for automobile traffic. — 
Typical construction over P. E. right 
of way. Details of proposed viaduct 
for automobile traffic. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 29, 1929 ; I 592-594. 



Elliott co., Pittsburgh. 

[Power factor calculation chart] © 
Apr. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; I 522. 
Elliott service co., New York. 

6690-6736 

Accidents don't just happen — they 
are caused, SP 115. © June 24, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 29 ; K 5072. 

Adjusting driving-rod brasses on 420 
ton Erie locomotive, PP 871. © May 
10, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 4603. 

Artist painting a doll which will 
later gladden the heart of somebody's 
little girl, PP 868, © Apr. 19, 1929; 
2 c. May 4 ; K 4203. 

Best way to get ready for the next 
good service job is to make a hit on 
the one you're doing right now, etc., 
SS 31. © May 24, 1929; 2 c. May 
31; K 4652. 



Carefulness, nothing else will do it, 
SP 109. © Apr. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; 
K 4211. 

Checking currency in one of the 
vaults of the U. S. bureau of engrav- 
ing and printing, SS 29. © Apr. 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 4209. 

Clean constructive thinking is the 
vehicle that carries most worth-while 
folks into real greatness and accom- 
plishment, MM 867. © Apr. 8, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 26 ; K 4138. 

Do something for the community, 
the city, the county, the state and the 
nation in which you live, MM 878. © 
June 24, 1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; K 5075. 

Egg is one of the few things in life 
that has to be broken to be used, etc . 
S. S. 35. © May 31, 1929; 2 c. June 
11 ; K 4905. 

Eventually! Why not now, SP 111. 
© May 13, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 4604. 

Everybody knows that a man in good 
physical condition is happier and more 
effective on the job, etc., S. S. 39. © 
June 28, 1929; 2 c. June 29; K 5074. 

Folks who make good in any service 
organization are not clock watchers, 
etc., S. S. 38. © June 21, 1929; 2 c. 
June 29; K 5071. 

Forget it ! Working to improve 
your job and yourself will bring satis- 
factory results, etc., SS 27. © Apr. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 ; K 4137. 

Giant hydraulic shear cutting white- 
hot blooms in steel mill, etc., PP 869 
© Apr. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 4208. 

Good jobs and good wages go hand 
in hand with good habits, PP 878. © 
June 28, 1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; K 5073. 

Hand-weaving fruit baskets, PP 865. 
© Mar. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; K 3873. 

Help us make each new employee 
understand our ideas of first class 
service, etc., S. S. 36. © June 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 25 ; K 5042. 

Imagination is the motive power of 
business. Without the capacity to 
look into the future, etc.. MM 868. © 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 4204. 

Income from a man's savings should 
equal his earnings when he is fifty, 
MM 877. © June 17, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
29 ; K 5076. 

Is there a bigger kick in life than 
the pleasure of pleasing others? © 
May 3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 10 : K 4281. 

It can't be done ; I'll do it tomorrow, 
etc., SS 26. © Mar. 29. 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 10; K 3874. 



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6748 



Lowering large underground tele- 
phone cable, PP 874. © May 31, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 11 ; K 4906. 

Make it snappy and make it safe, 
SP 112. © May 27, 1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; 
K 4651. 

Making every job a quality job, with- 
out waste of time or materials, etc., 
PP 866. © Apr. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; 
K 3876. 

Man is only as careful as he wants 
to be, SP 106. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 10 ; K 3875. 

Man's new T ideas — suggestions for 
improving the work- — made him a mag- 
net that attracts the attention, etc., 
PP 863. © Mar. 18, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
26; K 3860. 

Margin between income and outgo 
can be widened for wages and profit 
by skill and intelligent hard work 
alone, MM 870. © Apr. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 4; K 4210. 

Minnesota mushroom farmer 
snapped by the camera figuring up his 
yearly income, PP 870. © May 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 10 ; K 4280. 

Operator at work on English spin- 
ning machine drawing woolen thread 
to the required size, PP 876. © June 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; K 5078. 

Primitive power — Lifting water from 
a ditch to a rice field, etc., PP 864. © 
Mar. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; K 3872. 

Rule of first class service is never 
fall asleep on the job, S. S. 36. © 
May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 4605. 

Service organization is the last place 
in the world to show a temper, etc., 
S. S. 32. © May 10, 1929; 2 c. May 
25 ; K 4602. 

Shortest distance between two points 
is still a straight line, SS 28. © Apr. 
12, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 26; K 4139. 

Some men think their job counts for 
little in the success of an institution, 
etc., MM 871. © Mav 6, 1929; 2 c. 
May 10; K 4279. 

Success does not consist of having 
things but doing things, MM 876. © 
June 10, 1929 ; 2 c. June 25 ; K 5040. 

Teamwork pays, SP 114. © June 
10, 1929 ; 2 c. June 25 ; K 5041. 

There is a right way to do every- 
thing which increases both quality and 
quantity, MM 869. © Apr. 22, 1929; 
2 c. May 4 ; K 4206. 

There is no substitute for coopera- 
tion. Friction is war, and war is de- 
structive, etc. MM 874. © May 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; K 4649. 



There's no profit in poor service and 
the lad who thinks differently is on 
his way to the nut-house or the poor 
house, SS 30. © Apr. 26, 1928; 2 c. 
May 4, 1929; K 4207. 

This machine imitates the pitch, roll 
and yaw of a ship at sea, and is used 
to test gyro-compasses, PP 873. © 
May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; K 4750. 

Timber fellers cutting down a good- 
sized fir tree, Washington, PP 875. © 
June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. June 25 ; K 5043. 

Tungsten worker putting filaments 
into electric light bulb, PP 872. © 
May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; K 4606. 

We all know what one sour trom- 
bone player can do to an otherwise 
crackerjack orchestra, S. S. 37. © 
June 14, 1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; K 5077. 

We all want to make money out of 
our work, PP 867. © Apr. 12, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 26 : K 4140. 

When all the members of an organi- 
zation work together for the com- 
mon good, etc., MM 875. © June 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 11 ; K 4907. 

Work safely so you can live your 
life, SP 108. © Apr. 15. 1929; 2 c. 
May 4 ; K 4205. 

$30.38 deposited monthly in a sav- 
ings bank, etc., PP 877. © June 21, 
1929; 2 c. June 29; K 5070. 

Ellis (William Shewell) Philadelphia. 

6737, 6738 
Houston (George H.) A, B. © May 
21, 1929; 2 c. each May 27; J O— 
1862, 1863. 

Enterprise mfg. co., Akron, O. 6739 
Pflueger fishing tackle. © May 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 11 ; K 4331. 

Erie community chest, Erie, Pa. 6740 
Boy eating bread. © June 3, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 5 ; J 154. 

Fair pub. house, Norwalk, O. 

6741-6745 

5 prints: 

Bigger, better. Fair. [1 sheet post- 
er, 64] ; K 3919.— [Horse's head and 
wreath of roses, 3609] ; K 3920.— [Rac- 
ing scene, 3608] ; K 3921.— [Sunburst 
scene, 792] ; K 3923.— [Swine scene, 
3607]: K.3922. © Apr. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
each Apr. 12. 

Fancher (Leslie R.) Owego, N. Y. 

6746-674S 
Bedroom scene of Roberts-Eastman 
murder case. © Mar. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 6; J O— 1706. 



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6749 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Fancher (Leslie R.) — Continued. 

Dining room, scene of Roberts-East- 
man murder case. © Mar. 14, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 6 ; J O— 1602. 

Kitchen scene of Roberts-Eastman 
murder case. © Mar. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 8 ; J O— 1510. 

Ferris (J. L. G.) Philadelphia. 

6749-6752 

Liberty's pulpit. (Plymouth Rock. 

1775) (In Literary Digest, Apr. 6, 

1929) © Apr. 4, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 12 ; K 

3918. 

Ross (Betsy) 1777. (In Literary 
Digest, June 15, 1929) © June 13, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 26 ; K 5060. 

Under my own vine and fig tree. 
(In Literary Digest, May 18, 1929) © 
May 16, 1929 ; 1 c. June 4 ; K 4752, 

Washington's inauguration at Inde- 
pendence hall, Mar. 4, 1793. (In Lit- 
erary Digest, Mar. 2, 1929) © Feb. 
28, 1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 13 ; K 3435, 

Field museum of natural history, Chi- 
cago. 6753-6775 

Brontosaur. Photograph of paint- 
ing. © Apr. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; 
J O— 1704. 

Giant prehistoric Irish deer. Paint- 
ing by Charles R. Knight. © Apr. 8, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 11; J 0—1561. 

Mosasaur. Photograph of painting. 
© Apr. 23, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 25; J 
O— 1705. 

Neanderthal boy : 

Front view. — Left profile. — Left % 
view. — Nude, front view. — Posterior 
view. — Right profile view. — Right % 
view. © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 
10; J O— 2035-2041. 

Neanderthal man : 

Front view. — Front view turned 
left. — His family and their cave. — 
Left profile view. — Right % view. — 
With reindeer, against landscape back- 
ground, figure of. © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each June 10' ; J O— 2042-2047. 

Neanderthal woman and child : 

Front view. — Front view turned 
left. — Left profile view. — Right profile 
view. © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 
10; J O— 2048-2051. 

3 prints : 

Neanderthal woman cleaning animal 
skin, right % view ; J O — 2053. — Nean- 
derthal woman cleaning skin of ani- 
mal, front view ; J O — 2052. — Neander- 
thal woman in squatting position, left 
% view ; J O— 205 4. © June 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. each June 10. 



Finnigan (Elizabeth M.) Mt. Vernon, 

N. Y. 6776 

Kiddie fount for kitchen sink. 

Blueprint. © 1 c. May 7, 1929; I 618, 

Fisher (Elliot L.) Ketchikan, Alaska. 

6777-6779 

Ketchikan, Alaska, from Deer Mt. 
© Sept. 1, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 11, 1929; 
J 0—1726, 

from the air, 1929. © Mar. 30, 

1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; J 0—1728. 

Peninsula Point, air view, 1929. © 
Mar. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; J 0-1727. 

Flynt studios, Greensboro, N. C. 

6780-6784 

5 photographs : 

Benoist {Mrs. Hunt) ; J 0—1797. — 
Fisher (Mrs. David W.) ; J 0—1799. — 
Matthews (Mrs. James R.) ; J O — 
1795.— Newell (Mrs. Burton) ; J O— 
1798.— Rue (Margaret) ; J 0—1796. © 
May 3, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 16. 

Ford (Kathryn) New York. 6785 

Is your ship of life fully equipped, 
etc. © Mar. 27, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 28; 
K 4351. 

Ford (Wm. J.) co., Chicago. 6786 

Ford (Wm. J.) co. [Structural il- 
lustrations] © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar.. 
11 ; K 3972. 

Foster (Susie Cockerill) Nashville. 

6787 
Travelers' rest, later Richland. © 

1 c May 2, 1929; J O— 1760. 

Foster bros., Boston. 6788-6792 

[Boston, Mass., Christian science 
church ; by Francis E. Getty] © Nov. 
J 5, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1929; K 3703. 

Louisburg square ; by Francis E. 
Getty. © Nov. 15, 1928; 2 c. May 4,. 
1929; K 4200. 

Old New England dooryard ; by 
Francis E. Getty. © Apr. 30', 1929; 2 
c. May 4 ; K 4201. 

[Ritz-Carlton hotel from Public gar- 
dens ; by Francis E. Getty] © Nov. 
15, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1929 ; K 3704. 

Shaw memorial, Boston common ; by 
Francis E. Getty. © Nov. 15, 1928; 

2 c. May 4. 1929 ; K 4202. 

Fox (Fontaine) Chicago. 6793-6851 
Toonerville folks. 1929. © Daily: 
Feb. 1-28 ; 1 c. each Mar. 2 ; K 3890- 

3917. 

Mar. 1-31;. 1 c. eaeh Apr. 16; K 

4041-4071. 



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6917 



Foxboro co., Foxboro. Mass. 

6852-6871 

[Foxboro recording thermometer 
chart, 779024] © Apr. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
May 4 ; I 609. 

4 drawing's : 

[Alabama power co. recording pres- 
sure gauge chart, 89S164] ; I 611.— 
[Foxboro recording flow meter chart, 
898165] ; I 610. — [Foxboro recording 
pressure gauge chart, 66854, 699167] ; 
I 608. 607. © May 2, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
May 4. 

15 drawings : 

[Combination Foxboro recording 
thermometer and pressure gauge chart, 
798185, 858063, 898181; I 571, 568, 
570.] — Foxboro recording flow meter 
chart. 893040, 893048, 898159, 898172, 
898176-898179 : I 574. 561. 564, 573, 572, 
575, 563, 562. — [Foxboro recording 
liquid level gauge chart, 698174, 
798185; I 565, 567.]— [Foxboro record- 
ing pressure gauge chart, 898173 : I 
569.] — [Foxboro recording thermome- 
ter chart, 87002; I 566.] © Apr. 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 24. 

Franklin studios, inc.. New York. 

6872-6895 

24 photographs : 

All their tomorrows are cared for. — 
Circle of men who safeguard their in- 
surance for future needs, etc. — College 
education paves the way for a success- 
ful business career. — Comfort and hap- 
piness. — Comfortably cared for. — Con- 
sider his future. — Create a trust fund 
for your daughter's education, etc. — 
Expert guidance. — Father Time. — 
Friend. — He never knew the Life in- 
surance trust was designed for the 
future protection of his family. — In 
looking ahead, provide for the future 
protection of your family, etc. — In- 
come from securities in trust can pur- 
chase additional insurance, etc. — Is 
this your boy? — Looking into the fu- 
ture, you can see your family's hap- 
piness, etc. — Plan your trip with a 
care-free mind, etc. — Probate judge 
told his friend, etc. — Protect your in- 
surance. — Protection. — Successful 
plans build a firm foundation, etc. — 
Sunny days. — They decided that each 
of them should make a will, etc. — Two 
specialists. — When guarding your fam- 
ily's health, safeguard their future by 
means of a will. © Mar. 1. 1929 ; 2 c. 
each June 21; J O— 2098-2121. 

Frashers, inc., Pomona, Calif. 

6896-6906 
Desert as viewed through palms, at 
Biskra, Indio. Calif., 7-423. © Mar. 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; J 0—1890. 



Desert Joshua and clouds, 7-426. © 
Mar. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; J 0—1883. 

Living cross. Desert Joshua tree of 
California. 11420. © Mar. 20, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 29 ; J O— 1720. 

8 photographs : 

Devils cactus garden, 7-442, 7-443 ; 
J 0—1881. 1882.— Faithful couple, 7- 
437 ; J 0—1884.— Green knights of the 
desert, 7-438; J 0—1885.— Guardians 
of the desert water holes, 7-435 ; J 
0—1886.— Palms of the desert, 7-436; 
J O — 1SS7. — Twenty-nine palms, Calif., 
7-439, J 0—1888.— Twenty-nine Palms. 
Calif., the Twins. 7-434; J 0—1889. 
© Apr. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 25. 

Freeport paper specialty co., Freeport, 
N. Y. 6907 

Spiral weave incollapsible soda 
straws. © Sept. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 4, 
1929 ; K 3669. 

Frey (Ernest H.) Cleveland. 6908 

[Maruba (S. S.) suction dredge and 
sand boat. Blueprint] © 1 c. May 
14. 1929 ; I 630. 

Frick co., Waynesboro. Pa. 6909 

Diagram for carbon dioxide. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1929 ; I 581. 

Fromm bros.. inc., Hamburg, Wis. 

6910, 6911 

Fromm bros., inc., growers of Amer- 
ican ginseng and breeders of silver 
foxes. • [As appearing on envelope, one 
illustration] © May 28, 1929; 2 c. 
June 29 ; K 5068. 

[As appearing on letterhead, 7 

illustrations.] © May 28, 1929; 2 c. 
June 29 ; K 5069. 

Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 

6912, 6913 

[Boy with the rabbit ; by E. E. Mil- 
ner, after Henry Raebum] © Oct. 
1, 1928; 1 c. Sept. 12; K 3621. 

[Drummer of his majesty's first life 
guards] by A. J. Munnings. © June 
3, 1929; 1 c. June 13; K 4790. 

Frye (Royal Merrill) Waltham, Mass. 

6914-6917 

Scientific forecaster, daily. © 1 c. 
June 6, 1929 ; I 722. 

monthly. © 1 c. June 6, 1929 ; 

I 724. 

weekly. © 1 c. June 6, 1929; 

I 723. 

yearly. © 1 c. June 6, 1929; 

I 725. 



64337—29 4 



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Fulke (Frank L.) Terre Haute, Ind. 

6918 
Radialog. © May 9, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
11 ; I 627. 

Fuller cleaning & dyeing co., Cleveland. 

6919-6921 

Suds — suction— Fuller skill. © Apr. 
8, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 4118. 

Sweet and clean as spring breezes 
off the lake. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 
25 ; K 4116. 

What your windows tell! © Apr. 
15, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 4117. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

6922, 6923 

Old street, Montmartre, Paris. (In 
Literary Digest, Apr. 13, 1929) © 
Apr. 11, 1929 ; 1 c. May 3 ; K 4240. 

Poinsettias. (In Literary Digest, 
Apr. 27. 1929) © Apr. 25, 1929; 1 c. 
May 15 ; K 4370. 

Gallagher (John B.) co., New York. 

6924 

Spiritual help is open to all. © Apr. 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; K 4197. 

Galloway (William) Waterloo, la. 

6925-6927 

Galloway's compact palace cabin, 
floor plan. Blueprint. © 1 c. Apr. 
15, 1929; I 523. 

Mansionette compact palace cabin. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. May 18, 1929; I 
666. 

Sunnyhome compact palace cabin. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. May 18, 1929 ; I 667. 

General cab service, Washington. 6928 
General cab service. © 1 c. June 
15, 1929; J O— 2071. 

General steamship corp., San Fran- 
cisco. 6929 
Average grain rates. North Pacific 
to United Kingdom — continent. (In 
Pacific Coast Shipping, Apr., 1929) © 
Apr. 1, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 22; I 544. 

Gieson (Herman D.) New York. 6930 
Boy Jesus and His friends on a holi- 
day. © May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 18 ; 
K 4646. 

Glander (John A.) Manitowoc, Wis, 

6931, 6932 

Blaine (Senator John J.) © Mar. 
20, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 25; J O— 2147. 

Blaine (Senator John J.) © Apr. 
25, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 29 ; J 0—1722. 



Glick ( Samuel) and Lowenfels 

(Frank) doing business as Glow 

products co., New York. 6933 

Ticker, the W T all st. game. © Mar. 

23, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; K 4040. 



Goes lithographing co. 



Chicago. 

6934-6936 

[Goldblatt bros., inc., lithographed 
certificate and check, green border] 
© Apr. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; K 4121. 

[Stock certificate, 561. Oil field vig- 
nette ; brown border on face and 
back! © May 31, 1929; 2 c. June 3; 
K 4669. 

[Stock certificate. 566. Oil field vig- 
nette ; green border on face and back] 
© May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; K 4670. 

Goetz (Charles L.) Rochester, N. Y. 

6937 
O'Hern (Rt. Rev. John Francis) 
Bishop of Rochester. © Feb. 20, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 9; J 54. 

Goetzinger (Katherine) New York. 

6938, 6939 

English consonants. © June 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 7 ; I 733. 

English vowels. © June 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 7 ; I 732. 

Gogerty (H. L.) Hollywood, Calif. 

6940 
r Design for an airport, fig. 1 and 2. 
Blueprint.] © May 19, 1929; 2 c. June 
12 ; I 736. 

Goldwyn (William) St. Louis. 6941 
[Peter Pan permanent wave] © 
Mar. 31, 1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; K 4791. 

Gooch (Joseph B.) Temple, Tex. 6942 
Weather chart. © 1 c. May 14, 
1929; I 643. 

Gorse (Frank W.) Needham, Mass. 

6943 
Master. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
13 ; K 5062. 

Gotsch (Otto E.) Ft. Wayne, Ind. 

6944 
Growing with Ft. Wayne. © Apr. 
24, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 4231. 

Graham (Locksley Ellwood) Great 
Falls, Mont. 6945 

Roundup pantry. © Apr. 15, 1929; 
1 c. May 1 ; 1 c. May 13 ; K 4353. 

Grand central art galleries, New York. 

6946, 6947 
In the window. - (In Literary Di- 
gest, May 25. 1929) © May 23, 1929; 
i 1 c. June 7 ; K 4844. 



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6985 



Old windmill. (In Literary Digest, 
May 11, 1929) © May 9, 1929; 1 c. 
May 15 ; K 4371. 

Greene (Joseph S.) Berkeley. Calif. 

6948 
United States history [chart] © 
Apr. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. May 1 ; I 597. 



Grentzer (Michael) Pittsburgh. 

Pittsburgh. Pa., the Steel City, the 
heart of. © June 5, 1929; 2 c. June 
6 ; J 158. 

Gridley (Frederick Russell) Chicago. 

6950 
Stirrup spacing diagram. Blueprint. 
© 1 c. June 11, 1929 ; I 737. 

Griswold-Eshleman co., Cleveland. 

6951-6956 

I am Arc Welding : 

Biggest figure in all industry ; J O — 
2058. — I will sit on every directors' 
board where men talk of steel ; J O — 
2056. — I work for you or against you; 
J O — 2055. — To the designer I say 
weld here ; J O — 2057. — To the noisy 
riveter I say quiet ; J O — 2059. — Very 
truly yours; J O— 2060. © 1 c. each 
June 10, 1929. 

Gross (Edward) co.. inc., New York. 

6957 
Francis (St.) © Apr. 8. 1929: 2 c. 
Apr. 9 ; K 3854. 

Grossman merchandise corp.. New 
York. 6958 

Daimon-telko. © 1 c. June 27. 1929 ; 
J 0—2361. 

Guarantee life insurance co., Daven- 
port, la. 6959 

Look at tomorrow's problem today. 
© June 13, 1929 ; 2 c. June 24 ; K 5037. 
Gulbransen co., Chicago. 6960 

[Gulbransen floor pattern] © Apr. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. May 3 ; K 4199. 

Gulfo printing co., New York. 6961 
Yes ! A department chock full of 
stock labels. © Mar. 18, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 1 ; K 3639. 

Gull (Thora) Salt Lake City. 6962 
Tam-o-Shanter girls orchestra. 
T Letterhead design] © May 6, 1929; 
2 c. May 17 ; K 4940. 

Haas (Herman) New York. 

6963, 6964 

[Breaks] © Dec. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Feb. 
14, 1929 ; K 1873. 

[Heads and tails of horses] © Apr. 
17, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 18 ; I 686. 



Haines (George R.) Great Falls, Mont. 

6965 
Snow-capped engine. © Mar. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 12 ; J 0—1562, 

Hamilton (E. B.) Hoquiam, Wash. 



Fir tree no. 21. © May 21, 1929; 
2 c. June 10 ; J 161. 

Hance (Wallace Eugene) Wilmington, 
Del. 6967, 6968 

Apartment house to be built at 
northeast corner, Tenth and Jefferson 
sts., Wilmington, Del. 9 sheets, blue- 
prints. © 1 c. Apr, 8, 1929; I 496. 

1212 Delaware ave., Wilming- 
ton, Del. 9 sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. 
Apr. 8, 1929 ; I 497. 

Hanfstaengl (Franz) Munich. 

6969-6985 

[Bank. 13208] ; von Paul Gauguin. 

© June 13, 1929 ; 1 c. June 26 ; K 5064. 

[Bobby im joch, 149] von Curt 
Meyer -Eberhardt. © May 2, 1929 : 1 c. 
May 24 ; K 4579. 

[Herbsttag. 13209] von Constantin 
Gerbatoff. © May 18, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
4 ; K 4717. 

[In sonnige fernen, 13195] von Karl 
Ewald Olszewski. © May 2, 1929; 1 
c. May 24 ; K 4581. 

r Jackie, 144 ; von Curt Mever-Eber- 
hardt] © Mar. 28, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 23 ; 
K 4112. 

[Kloveniersburgwall in Amsterdam ; 
von Oskar Koboschka] © Mar. 30, 
929 ; 1 c. Apr. 20 ; K 4025. 

[Kiirbis, 13201] von Henri Matisse. 
© May 18, 1929 ; 1 c. June 4 ; K 4684. 

[Landschaft, 13220] von Anton 
Bad]. © May 2, 1929; 1 c. May 24; 
K 4580. 

[Lupormundung. 13199] von Max 
Pechstein. © May 18, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
4 ; K 4683. 

4 prints ; by Curt Meyer-Eberhardt : 

[Fosel, 148] ; K 4173.— [Kleeblatt, 
146] ; K 4171.— [Scotchterrier, 147] ; K 
4172.— [Waruni, 145] ; K 4170. © Apr. 
12, 1929 ; 1 c. each Apr. 29. 

4 prints: 

[Im wehenden grase, 13215 ; von 
Wolfgangmuller] ; K 3717. — [ Jung- 
lingsbildnis, 13213 ; von Vincent van 
Gogh] ; K 3716.— [Mater dolorosa, M 
1420 ; von El Greco] ; K 3715.— [Rosen- 
strauss, 13192 ; von Auguste Renoir] ; 
K 3714. © Apir. 1, 1929; 1 c. each 
Apr. 5. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Harp (Howard Westcourt) Mecca. 
Calif. 6986-6988 

Overlooking Salton Sea, Coachella 
Valley, Calif. © Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 13 ; J 57. 

Painted Canyon, near Mecca, Calif. 
© Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 13; J O— 
1574. 

12. © Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 

13; J 0-1575. 

Harper (Carl B.) and Weyerbacher 
(Ralph) East Falls Church, Va. 

6989 
[Aircraft. 1. Blueprint] © 1 c. 
Apr. 9, 1929 ; I 500. 

Harris. Jones & co., Providence, R. I. 

6990 
Story of Ezekiel. © Apr. 10', 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 18 ; K 4352, 

Harrison granite co., inc., New York. 

6991 
Gachot [English Gothic mausoleum. 
4 sheets, blueprints] © 1 c. May 21, 
1929; I 673. 

Hart Schaffner & Marx, Chicago. 

6992-7041 

[Blue poster S'29. Man and girl 
seated. 24 sheet poster] © Mar. 15. 
1929 ; 2 c. June 24 ; K 5035. 

[F C (1-4) S'29] © Feb, 15, 1929; 
2 c. each June 24 ; K 5030-5033. 

[Purple poster S'29. Man seated. 
24 sheet poster] © Feb. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 24 ; K 5034. 

[P ( 1.3-6) SSB-S'29] © Mar. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 24 ; K 5011-5015. 

[P( 1,3-7, 9, 1Q)SB-S'29] © Feb. 
20. 1929; 2 c. each June 24; K 5003- 
5010. 

[S*29 (201-212, 214, 215)] © Feb. 
10, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 24 : K 4986- 
4991, 4993, 4992, 4994-4999. 

[S'29 (216-218)] © Feb. 10, 1929; 
2 c. each June 24 ; K 5000-5002, 

[S'29 (219, 220, 222, 225, 227, 258, 
259, 275, 277, 279)] © Apr. 1, 1929; 
2 c. each June 4; K 5016-5025. 

[S'29 (274, 283, 284, 289) © Apr. 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 24 ; K 5026-5029. 

Hartford fire insurance co., Hartford. 

7042, 7043 

How much of what fire takes will 
you get back? © Apr. 20, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 26 ; K 4133. 

You can't keep up with the rising 
costs . . . with insurance that stands 
still. © May 18, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; 
K 4610. 



Hartmann embroidery works, inc., 

Garfield, N. J. 7044-7046 

[Drawing for embroidery, style S. 

L. 3-5] © 1 c. each Dec. 18, 1928; 

1 14-16. 

Harvey (Herbert J.) New Orleans, 
La. 7047-7050 

Dixie (S. S.) aeroplane view. © 
Apr. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; J 0—1767. 

Flint-kote plant, aeroplane view. © 
Apr. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; J 0—1732. 

Industrial canal from Florida walk 
bridge, aeroplane view. © Apr. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; J 0—1766. 

Lone star cement plant, aeroplane 
view. © Apr. 16, 1929; 2 c. May 4; J 
0—1733. 

Hauserman (E. F.) co., Cleveland. 

7051 
Partition perspective scale. Hauser- 
man movable partitions, series E, dwg. 
7. Blueprint. © Anr. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 29 ; I 685. 

Hawkins (O. F.) Marysville, Kan. 

7052 
Marysville, Kan., first depot. © 
Nov. 25, 1927; 1 c. Mar. 19, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 29 ; J 63. 

Ha worth (Kenneth E.) Omaha, Neb. 

7053 
Washington monument food recep- 
tacle. © 1 c. June 19, 1929; J O— 
2086. 

Held (Charles A.) Buffalo, N. Y. 7054 
Cycle price scale. © Apr. 3, 1929; 

2 c. Apr. 25 ; I 577. 

Hellberg (Peter J.) Cincinnati. 7055 
[Deugraph. For estimating degrees 
in different locations.] © 1 c. May 6, 
1929; I 715. 

Henninger (John H.) New York. 

7056 
Lens-o-graph. © 1 c. May 16, 1929; 

1 659. 

Heppenstall (Thomas E.) Longview, 

Wash. 7057 

Moisture calculator for use in the 

drying of lumber. © Nov. 14, 1928; 

2 c. Apr. 18, 1929 ; I 553. 

Herfurth (H.) jr., Washington, D. C. 

7058 
Our work is as perfect as her foot. 
© Feb. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 12 ; K 3437. 



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7125 



Hermitage art co., inc., Chicago. 

7059-7075 

Christmas offering, 119. © Mar. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 18 ; K 3980. 

Easter offering, 134. © Mar. 20, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. IS; K 3981. 

Rabboni. I am the Way, etc., 121. 
© Mar. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; K 3677. 

7 prints: 

Ail Souls Day. Commemoration of 
the faithful departed, 137. — Blessed 
Easter, 120.— Christinas offering, 136. — 
Easter offering, 79. — Happy Easter to 
.you. 123. — Joyous Easter. The Lord 
is risen indeed, 122. — Thanksgiving of- 
fering, 139. © Mar. 20, 1929; 2 c. 
-each Apr. 4; K 3670-3676. 

7 prints : 

[Christinas folder, 128] ; K 3968.— 
[Christmas letterhead, 127] ; K 3967.— 
[Easter folder. 132] ; K 3963.— [Easter 
letterhead, 124] ; K 3965.— I am glad 
to come to thee, my only rest, etc. — 
[Hospital folder, 83] ; K 3962.— O 
blessed mass ! at once assisting the liv- 
ing and the dead. [All souls letter, 
138] ; K 3964. — [Palm Sunday folder, 
126] ; K 3966. © Mar. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 4. 

Higginbotham (Luther Judson) Dal- 
las. 7076 

Blue bonnet study. © Apr. 15, 1928 ; 
2 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; J 72. 
High (James P.) Wichita. 7077 

Good will to all good people. [Spirit 
of good will emblem] © May 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 11 ; K 4773. 
Hickox (Joseph O.) Los Angeles. 7078 

Valley lights from Mt. Wilson. © 
Apr. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 0—1755. 

Hi; lis (Kenneth K.) Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 7079 

Donefor. © June 10. 1929 ; 2 c. June 
19; J 187. 

Hitching & co., Elizabeth, N. J. 7080 
Instructions for erection of arm and 
rod type of roof ventilation, type B 
greenhouse. © Apr. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
May 28 ; I 693. 

Hitt (Oscar) Woodcliff, N. J. 

7081-7085 

Happie. © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. May 
7; K 4575. 

Herbie. © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. May 
7 ; K 4574. 

3 prints : 

Gloomy Gil; K 4613.— Howie ; K 
4612.— Snoopie ; K 4614. © Apr. 1, 
1929 ; 2 o. each May 7. 



Hohenberger (Frank M.) Nashville, 
Ind. 7086 

Slave quarter's fireplace and oven. 
© Apr. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; J 60. 
Hollender (L. H.) co., New York. 7087 

[Drawing for embroidery, style S. E. 
F. 4] © 1 c. May 8, 1929; I 622. 

Holliger (Walter C.) San Bruno. Calif. 

70S8 
[Hot dog] © July 15, 1G28 ; 2 c. 
Dec. 15 ; K 1827. 

Holly art press Hollywood, Calif. 

7089-7097 
[Hap-o-graph, 114, 116, 120. 122, 124, 
126, 13S. 140, 142] © Apr. 15, 1929; 
2 c. each May 8; K 4475-4483. 

Homeland co., New York. 7098 

Beacon Hill — The homeland co. © 
1 c. June 6, 1929 ; J 0—1936. 

Hopwood (John A.) Flushing, N. Y. 

7099, 7100 

Why look. © May 2, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
14 ; K 4340. 

You do not want to be too fat nor 
too thin. etc. © May 15, 1929; 2 c. 
May 24 ; K 4576. 

Hormel (George A.) & co., Austin, 
Minn. 7101-7103 

Flavor-sealed process. © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 2 ; K 4182. 

Flavor-sealed way — baked ham in 30 
minutes. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 2 ; 
K 4181. 

This is the flavor-sealed idea. © 
Mar. 1. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 3970. 

Howard ( Floyd B. ) Los Angeles. 7104 

Now being distributed, $50,000.00. 

© May 24, 1929; 2 c. June 22; K 4977, 

Howe caverns, inc., Cobleskill, N. Y. 

7105-7124 

Howe Caverns, N. Y. ; 

Balanced rock over chasm. — Bell of 
Moscow. — Bishop's pulpit.- — Bridal al- 
tar on the balcony. — Broken idol. — 
Cliff dwellings. — Eagles wing and 
Hand of tobacco. — Fish market, — Gla- 
cier. — Head of the lake. — Home of the 
fairies. — Kissing bridge in the Wind- 
ing way. — Lake, showing reflections in 
water. — Lodge, entrance to. — Natural 
bridge showing reflections in creek. — 
Onyx bridge. — Pluto's niche. — Turtle 
standing on its tail. Man indicates 
size. — Winding way, view from en- 
trance. — Witches head. © June 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 20 ; K 4918-4937. 

Hughes & Cinquin, New York. 7125 
Westfield, N. J., aero view, 1929. © 
Feb. 10. 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 15 ; K 3979. 



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Hurlev (Edward Timothy) Cincinnati. 

7126 

[Tecumseh] © June 19, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 21 ; K 4975. 
Hutchinson (Eugene) Chicago. 7127 

Carey (E. F.) © Mar. 15, 1929; 
2 c. May 24 ; J 0—1854. 

Hutto engineering co., inc., Detroit. 

7128 
[Demonstrating correctness of twin- 
three grinder principle! © May 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 20 ; I 784. 

H viand (Edward P.) Long Island 
City, N. Y. 7129 

Gate of heaven. © 1 c. June 12, 
1929; J O— 2082. 
Icart (Louis) Paris. 7130-7136 

[Biche apprivoisee] © Mar. 15, 
1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 13 ; K 3938. 

LHortensias] © Apr. 15, 1929; 1 c. 
May 18 ; K 4415. 

[ Jcune mere] © Dec. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. 
May 7, 1929; K 4250. 

[Petit voyage] © Apr. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Apr. 24 ; K 4119. 

[Place Vendome] © Apr. 5, 1929: 
1 c. May 7 ; K 4244. 

[Quais] © Apr. 5, 1929; 1 c. May 
7 ; K 4243. 

[Retour cle promenade] © Apr. 2, 
1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 24 ; K 4120. 

Independence photo engraving co., 

Philadelphia. 7137 

Every hour on the hour. Two hour 

photo engraving service. © May 7, 

1929 ; 2 c. May 8 ; K 4251. 

Insurance co. of North America. Phil- 
adelphia. 7138, 7139 

White fireman goes on the night 
watch. (In Saturday Evening Post, 
May 25. 1929) © Mav 23, 1929; 1 c. 
May 24 ; K 4577. 

White fireman intercepts the fire- 
bug. (In Saturday Evening Post, 
June 22. 1929) © June 20, 1929 ; 1 c. 
June 21 ; K 4976. 

International feature service, inc.. 
New York. 7140-7152 

Bringing up father. 1929. © Week- 
ly : 

Mar. 3-31 : 1 c. each Mar. 7-Apr. 4 ; 
K 155040-155044. 

Apr. 7, 14 ; 1 c. each Apr. 11, 18 ; K 
155045, 155046. 

Apr. 21, 28 ; 1 c. each Apr. 26 ; May 
1; K 155047, 155048. 

May 5-26; 1 c. each May 9-29; K 
155049-155052, 



International newsreel corp., New 
York. 7153 

Salm's (Millicent) second child. © 
Apr. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 48. 
International time recording co. of 
New York, New York. 7154 

Scale chart for computing the per- 
centages of variation of a piece of 
material between its untreated state 
and its treated state. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1929; I 332. 
Irving trust co., New York. 7155 

New York (City) One Wall st., Irv- 
ing trust co. bldg. © Apr. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 6 ; J 75. 

Italian book co., New York. 7156 

[Conciliation. 592] © Mar. 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; K 3856. 

Ittman (William) Boston. 7157-7174 

Ordinary life insurance chart. © 1 
c. Apr. 17. 1929 ; I 537. 

5 drawings : 

Annual investment necessary to ac- 
cumulate $1,000; I 663.— Estate build- 
ing through savings. [Chart] ; I 664. — 
Income continuation contract. [Chart] ; 
I 661. — Power of compound interest. 
[Chart] ; I 662. — Retirement, income 
series, chart 1; I 660. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 10, 1929. 

11 drawings: 

Annuities — A. Males. [Chart] ; I 
638. — Annuities — for women. B chart ; 
I 640. — How much life insurance will 
a deposit of $25. a month give me. 
[Chart] ; I 632, — Income continuation 
contract. [Chart] : I 635. — Last sur- 
vivor annuities. [Chart C] ; I 637.— 
Options of settlement of proceeds. 
[Chart] ; I 642. — Participating versus 
non-participating life insurance in 
1921. [Chart] ; I 636.— Retirement, 
income series. [Chart 2] ; I 639. — 
What is the monthly deposit for 
$25,000 of life insurance? [Chart] ; I 
6J1. — Will my height and weight meet 
your medical examiners requirements? 
[Chart] ; I 633.— 30 payment life in- 
surance. [Chart] : I 634. © 1 c. each 
May 14, 1929. 

30 year endowment chart. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1929; I 536, • 
James mfg. co., Fort Atkinson. Wis. 

7175 

Jamesway hatched. © May 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 130. 
Japtex sales corp.. Newark, N. J. 

7176, 7177 

St vie that is not just another stock- 
ing. * © Apr. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 10 ; K 
3857. 



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7228 



This sale ends tomorrow. © Apr. 
12. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; K 3924. 

Jarman shoe co., Nashville, Term. 

7178-7184 

Friendly five shoes : 

Raleigh, 300. — Tennessean, 260. 
261. — Trophy. 293. — Winston. 269, 
270.— Vanderbilt. 238. © May 30. 
1929 : 2 c. each June 14 ; K 4798-4801, 
4803, 4802, 4804. 

Jewelry advertising specialists, Wash- 
ington. 7185 
Perfect diamond guessing contest. 
© 1 c. May 24, 1929 ; I 720. 

Johansen (Peter I.) Winnetka, 111. 

7186 

Quarrykuts. Characteristic random 
lengths, etc. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1929; 

1 505. 

Johnson (Clark) San Francisco. 7187 
Francis (St.) de Assisi. © May 8, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 18 ; J 128. 

Johnson (Tallmadge B.) and Johnson 
(Evelyn C.) South Hamilton, 
Mass. 7188-7192 

5 prints : 

Birthday greetings to a child I 
know: K 4323.— Blessed year; K 
4325.— My mother's gifts; K 4326.— 
Secret : K 4324.— Your birthday. [ Fir- 
ing fish] ; K 4322. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each May 11. 

Johnson-Randolph co., Champaign, 
111. 7193, 7200 

Award of honor. [Cover] © Jan. 
20. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 3713. 

[Design for a certificate or a di- 
ploma. 9CA] © Mar. 15, 1928: 2 c. 
Apr. 6. 1929: K 3864. 

Diploma, 95. © Feb. 2, 1928: 2 c. 
Apr. 6. 1929 ; K 3867. 

Diploma of honor. [Cover] © Feb. 
15, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 6. 1929 ; K 3711. 

Illinois pupil's reading circle di- 
ploma. [Cover] © Mar. 25. 1928 : 2 c. 
Apr. 6. 929 ; K 3712. 

Public school diploma. [Cover] © 
Jan. 1. 1929 : 2 c. Apr. 6 ; K 3710. 

Pupil's reading circle certificate. 
94A. © Mar. 1, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 6. 
1929 ; K 3866. 

[Robin in oak leaves certificate, 
93A] © Mar. 15, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 6, 
1929 ; K 3865. 

Johnston (Timoleon Oscar) Chicago. 

7201 

[Milo's magic] © Feb. 21, 1929; 

2 c. Feb. 23 ; K 3660. 



Jonas (Edouard) art galleries. New 
York. 7202 

Sunset on the Atlantic. (In Literary 
Digest. Mar. 9. 1929) © Mar. 7, 
1929; 1 c. Mar. 27; K 4184. 
Justice (Marion T.) Narberth, Pa. 

7203 

When visitors come. © May 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4640. 

Kansas Star co.. Kansas City, Mo. 

7204 
It's still being done. © Apr. 7, 1929 ; 

1 c. Apr. 30 ; K 4179. 

Kawneer co., Niles, Mich, 7205-7207 

Kawneer bronze store fronts, doors 

and sealair windows. © May 1, 1929 ; 

2 c. May 31 ; K 4662. 

Kawneer bronze store fronts, doors 
and sealair windows are made by 
skilled craftsmen. © Apr. 1. 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 3718. 

Shopark. © May 15, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
31 : K 4663. 
Kay features, inc.. New York. 7208 

Dinah says. © Mar. 4, 1929; 1 c. 
Mar. 7; K 1875. 
Kelly (Thomas K.) Minneapolis. 

7209-7228 

A-l used cars. © Apr. 25. 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 29 ; K 4156. 

[Auto bargains] © Apr. 1, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 4135. 

Final price. 1-3. © Apr. 8. 1929; 
2 c. each Apr. 12 ; K 4037-4039. 

Last chance, 1. 2. © Apr. 8, 1929; 
2 c. each Apr. 12 ; K 4035, 4036. 

Let's go. 5. © May 7. 1929; 2 c. 
May 13 ; K 4673. 

Let's go, 6. © May 7, 1929; 2 c. 
May 31 ; K 4674. 

Look. © Apr. 26. 1929; 2 c. Apr. 
29: K 4154. 

Sale starts. © Apr. 26, 1929: 2 c. 
Apr. 29 ; K 4155. 

Savings you never dreamed of. © 
May 7, 1929 ; 2 c. May 13 ; K 4329. 

Shower of values. © May 7. 1929 ; 
2 c. May 13 ; K 4330. 

2nd. big week. © June 10. 1929; 
2 c. June 14 ; K 4810. 

3 prints : 

Final price reductions. — Forced to 
vacate. — Starts Wednesdav. Bargains. 
© Apr. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 12 ; K 
3887-3889. 

3 prints : 

Real values in used cars. — Saturday 
is the end. — 3rd. big week. © June 8, 
1929 : 2 c. each June 14 ; K 4807-4809. 



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Kennedy & co., New York. 7229, 7230 

[New York (City) the minaret; by 
Luigi Kasimir] © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 22 ; K 4130. 

[New York (City) Bowling green; 
by Luigi Kasimir] © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 22 ; K 4129. 

Kiesler (Frederick) New York. 

7231-7236 

Auditorium chairs. Blueprint. © 
1 c. Apr. 26, 1929 ; I 602. 

Perfume candelabrum. dwg. 2. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. June 20, 1929; I 
785. 

Perfume organ, dwg. 1. Blueprint. 
© 1 c. June 14, 1929 ; I 782. 

Screenoscope, projectoscope and ray- 
shaped auditorium, endless screen, 
Blueprint. © 1 c. May 24. 1929 ; I 681. 

Theatre, Madison ave., ground plan. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1929 ; I 506. 

599 seats, auditorium for the Plaza 
bldg.. New York city, drawing 14. 
Blueprint. © Mar. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
22 ; I 543. 

King (George A.) Arlington, N. J. 

7237-7240 

Flowers of the garden. © May 17, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 18 ; K 4645. 

Quarrel. © May 1, 1929; 2 c. May 
2 ; K 4632. 

Summer. © May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
18 ; K 4644. 

Toad's home. © May 1. 1929; 2 c. 
May 2 ; K 4633. 

King (Karl Willard) Topeka, Kan. 

7241 
Markham (Edwin) © Apr. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; J 0—1852. 

King features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 7242-7267 

Barney Google and Spark Plus'. 
1929. © Weekly: 

Mar. 3-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 7- Apr. 4 : 
K 3693-3697.— Apr. 7, 14; 1 c. each 
Apr. 11, 18; K 4030, 4031.— Apr. 28; 
1 c. May 1 ; K 4238.— Apr. 21, May 5 ; 
1 c. each Apr. 26, May 9; K 4419, 
4418.— May 12-26; 1 c. each May 15- 
29 ; K 4691-4693. 

Tillie the toiler. © 1929. Weekly: 

Mar. 3-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 7-Apr. 
4; K 3688-3692.— Anr. 7, 14 ; 1 c. each 
Apr. 11, 18; K 4032, 4033.— Apr. 28; 
1 c. May 1 ; K 4239.— Apr. 21 ; 1 c. Apr. 
26 ; K 4420.— May 5-26 ; 1 c. each May 
9-29; K 4687-4690. 



Kirchhoff (Walter F.) Chicago. 7268 
Kirchhoff (Walter Fred Victor) © 
1 c. May 24, 1929 ; J 0—1856. 

Kirkpatrick (Frank M.) Indianapolis. 

7269-7279 

Arnold (Billy) — Boyle valve spe- 
cial, Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929, 26247. © May 18, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
10; J 0—2028. 

De Paolo (Pete) — Boyle valve spe- 
cial, Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929, 26217. © May 15, 1929; 2 c. 
June 10; J O— 2029. 

Duray (Leon) — Packard Cable spe- 
cial. Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929, 26202. © May 21, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
10; J O— 2033. 

Gardner ( Chester ) — Boyle valve 
special, Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929, 26250. © May 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
10; J O— 2026. 

Gulotta (Tony)— Packard Cable spe- 
cial, Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929, 26191. © May 12, 1929; 2 c. June 
10 ; J O— 2030. 

Hepburn ( Ralph ) — Packard Cable 
special. Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929. 26234. © May 21, 1929; 2 c. 
June 10 ; J O— 2034. 

Litz (Deacon) — Miller special. In- 
dianapolis motor speedway, 1929, 
26227. © May 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 10 ; 
J O— 2032. 

Marchese (Carl) — Marchese special, 
Indianapolis motor speedway. 1929. 
26232. © May 22, 1929 : 2 c. June 10 ; 
J O— 2025. 

Meyer (Louis) after winning 2nd. 
place, Indianapolis motor speedway, 
1929, 26093. © May 30, 1929; 2 c. 
June 10; J O— 2031. 

Meyer (Louis) — Miller special, In- 
dianapolis motor speedway, 1929, 
26254. © May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. June 10; 
J O— 2027. 

Mori (Jules) — Thompson products 
special, smallest car in race, Indianap- 
olis motor speedway, 1929, 26211. © 
May 14. 1929; 2 c. June 10; J O— 
2024. 

Kloor (George F.) Alexandria, La. 

7280 
Heart of Louisiana. © 1 c. May 
15. 1929; J. O.— 1794. 

Knapp electric co., inc., Port Chester, 
N. Y. 7281-7292 

Tell bell. Series 1: 

Addition game ; K 1405. — Alphabet 
game ; K 13399. — Counting game ; K 
1398,— Forfeits game; K 1396.— For- 
tune telling game; K 1404. — Fractions 



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7318 



game: K 1403. — Game of hazards: K 
5407.— Geography game: K 1406 — 
Multiplication & div. game ; K 1400. — 
Reading game: K 1402.— Spelling 
game ; K 1401. — Telling time game ; K 
1397. © Aug. 1. 1928; 2 c. each Dec. 
19. 

Knox (Seymour H.) Buffalo. 7293 
Washington (Martha) Portrait by 
Benbridge. © Apr. 1, 1929 : 2 c. Apr. 
9 : J 55. 

Kohli (Ralph F.) Tiffin, O. 7294 

Log of radio broadcasting stations 
in the U. S. Blueprint. © Mar. 28, 
1929 : 2 c. Apr. 13 ; I 507. 

Kolb bros., Grand Canyon, Ariz. 

7295, 7296 

Hyde boat. © Mar. 29, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 29: J 0—1593. 

Hydes. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
29: J 0—1590. 

Koss (H.) inc., Cleveland. 7297 

Aeronautical chamber of commerce 
of America. Airport section, first an- 
nual dinner, Hotel Cleveland. Cleve- 
land. O.. May 16. 1929. © May 16. 
1929 ; 2 c. May 20 ; J 0—1892. 

Kraft-Nadler co.. New York. 7298 

Singing canarv birds. © Apr. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 3 ; K 4195. 

Krestan (Erwin J.) Chicago. 7299 

Summer residence. [Elevations and 
plans. 5 sheets, blueprints] © Jan. 1. 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; I 538. 

Krieg (F. C.) Billings. Mont. 7300 

Billings, Mont., and Beartooth Mts. 
© May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. June 4 ; J O— 
1907. 

Kruip (Alphonsus) Louisville. 

7301, 7302 

Agonizing Christ. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1929 ; J 0—1557. 

Agonizing Christ of Limpias. © 1 
c. Apr. 8, 1929; J 0—1556. 

Kulage (Dominick) St. Louis. 7303 
Protected by Peerless weatherstrip 
& caulking co. © May 8, 1929; 2 c. 
May 18 ; K 4672. 

Kurze (W.) and Ludden (H.) Takoma 
Park, Md. 7304, 7305 

Fidus esto! © Apr. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 24 ; J 74. 

Interfice eas qui interficlunt ! © 
Apr. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 24 ; J 73. 



Kurze (Walther) Takoma Park, Md. 

7306 
Fata. © Apr. 1, 192-9 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; 
J 44. 

Kurze (Walther) and Ludden (Her- 
mann) Takoma Park, Md. 7307 
Tela fortunae. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 4 ; J 45. 

Lake Erie engineering corp., Buffalo. 

7308, 7309 

Three cylinder special type pipe 
flanging press. D-2199. Blueprint. © 
Apr. 8. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 : I 504. 

Universal 4-roll vertical bending roll 
with adaptor rolls. D-2195. Blueprint. 
© Apr. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; I 503. 

Lane (Edward Frank) Colorado 

Springs, Col. 7310 

Generalized fat necrosis. © May 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; J 132. 

Earner (Mortimer F.) Lansing, Mich. 

7311 

Michigan state flag. © Apr. 26, 
1929: 2 c. Apr. 29; J 0—1721. 
Larson (William C.) Beloit, Wis. 7312 

G. A. R.. L. H. D. Crane post no. 54. 
© May 29, 1929; 2 c. May 31; 
J 0—1899. 

Lay (Charles Edwin) Blue Ash, O. 

7313 
American gyropter. design 16. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. May 9, 1929 ; I 624. 

Leake & Nelson co., inc., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 7314 

Revolving steel staging for railroad 
repair car. Repairs to bridge M4A 
New York Central r. r. co., New York, 
N. Y. [Blueprint] © 1 c. Apr* 27, 
1929 ; I 603. 

Lef court (A. E.) realty holdings, New 
York. 7315 

Lefcourt-Colonial bldg., Madison 
ave. and 41st st.. southeast corner, 3rd 
floor plan. © Apr. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
16; I 615. 

Legg (Joseph B.) Baltimore. 7316 

New York bound. © June 14, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 22 ; J 0—2122. 

Lehigh Portland cement co.. Allen- 
town, Pa. 7317, 7318 
Calibrated dial face for scale used 
as a neat cement and drilling mud 
consistency tester. © 1 c. May 4, 
1929: I 612, 

Slide rule for calculating compounds 
in Portland cement. © 1 c. May 6, 
1929 ; I 617. 



137 



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7319 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Leonetti (Carlo) New York. 7319 

Carter (Winifred) © Dec. 4, 1928; 
2 c. May 23, 929 ; J 0—1915. 

LeSesne (R. H.) Daytona Beach, Fla. 

7320, 7321 

Johnson (Walter) 7788. © Apr. 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; J 0—1592. 

Seagraves Golden Arrow. 7582. © 
Mar. 11. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; J 0—1591. 
Levey (Harry) New York. 7322 

Tri-borough bridge. © Apr. 4, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 9 ; J 105. 

Lewis (Edward Dudley) Elmira, 
N. Y. 7323, 7324 

Germ killer system for sewage. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. May 27, 1929; I 
578. 

Smoke consumer. [Blueprint] © 
1 c. June 29, 1929 ; I 809. 

Lewis (Paul G.) Philadelphia. 

7325, 7326 

Savings deposits in United States 
and .banking power to meet demands. 
© 1 c. Apr. 26, 1929 ; I 579. 

United States business finance. © 

1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; I 531. 

Lichtenstein co., New Haven. 7327 

[Gothic arched memorial with pilas- 
ter columns on both sides and leaf 
design on the face around the top. 
Blueprint] © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1929 ; I 616. 

Lincoln mortgage co., Los Angeles. 

7328-7335 

8 drawings : 

First floor plan of house, 126-E; I 
547.— [House, 116-E, 126-E] ; I 552, 
551. — Lincoln home. Floor plan of 
house, M-122-S; I 545. — Lincoln 
homes, M-121-E, M-122-S ; I 550, 
549. — Lincoln homes, floor plan, M- 
121-E; I 546. — Second floor plan of 
house, 126-E ; I 548. © Oct. 16, 1928 ; 

2 c. each Apr. 22. 

Lipp (Albert E.) jr., Philadelphia. 

7336 

Beauty. © May 28, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
14 ; J O— 2065. 

Little (Sam) Los Angeles. 7337-7340 

4 photographs : 

Hollywood from Desmond's tower ; 
J O — 1877. — Miracle mile, east from 
Desmond's tower ; J O — 1876. — Miracle 
mile, west from Desmond's tower ; J 
O — 1875. — Wilshire district from Des- 
mond's tower; J 0—1878. © Mar. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. each May 20. 



Littlefield-Alger electric co., Rockville 
Centre, L. I., N. Y. 7341 

Traffic puzzle. © Apr. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; K 3662. 

Long-Johnson printing co., inc., doing 
business as Long-Johnson bond 
specialists, Jackson, Tenn. 7342 

[Lithographed bond blank, eagle 
and dollar sign vignette on face; dol- 
lar sign vignette on back ; orange color 
border on face and back] © Mar. 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; K 4316. 

Longley (Charles H.) Cincinnati. 

7343 
Cincinnati, O., vista of. © June 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 24 ; J 189. 

Los Angeles examiner, Los Angeles. 

7344-7352 

D'Arcy (Roy) in the Black watch. 
© May 19, 1929 ; 1 c. May 27 ; K 4622. 

Fairbanks (Douglas) in The iron 
mask. © Apr. 28, 1929 ; 1 c. May 15 ; 
K 4345. 

Friendly neighbors — they never bor- 
row. © May 18, 1929; 1 c. May 27; 
K 4623. 

Hamilton (Laura) with Hal Skelly 
in Burlesque. © May 5, 1929; 1 c. 
May 15 ; K 4346. 

Lewis (Ted) at the Orpheum. © 
Apr. 7, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 24 ; K 4113. 

Seabrook (Gay) and Edmund Breese 
in Danger. © June 2, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
17 ; K 4840. 

Thoroughly thrilled. © June 9, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 17 ; K 4841. 

What the well-dressed junior miss 
will wear. © Apr. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 
30; K 4178. 

Worth (Lillian) and Eileen Wilson 
in Burlesque. © May 12, 1929; 1 c. 
May 27 ; K 4624. 

Love (Jack) Maplewood, N. J. 7353 

Zahveena the mystic worlds premier 
weirdologist. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1929 ; J 
O— 1507. 

Lowry (W. Joe) Fort Worth, Tex. 

7354 

Checkerboard store, typical layout. 
Blueprint. © Apr. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
19 ; I 783. 

Lucas (Joseph J.) Chicago. 7355-7357 
Camber wing indoor hand launched 
duration model airplane. Blueprint. 
© May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 20 ; I 687. 



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7424 



Easy to build and fly twin push 
hand-launched duration model. Blue- 
print. © Apr. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; 
I 521. 

Flying bullet twin push hand- 
launched speed model airplane. Blue- 
print. © Apr. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; 

1 576. 

Lumart studio, Toledo, O. 7358-7364 
Striteh (Rt. Rev. Samuel A.) bishop 
of Toledo diocese. 1-7. © June 4, 
1929: 2 c. each June 20; J O— 2091- 
2097. 

Lumbermens mutual casualty co., Chi- 
cago. 7365-7368 

4 prints : 

After the rip saw is guarded — guard 
yourself, 90. — Be alert — don't get hurt, 
87. — Help keep this place clean and in 
order, 89. — Use a push stick — when 
ripping strips. 88. © Apr. 15, 1929; 

2 c. each June 7 ; K 4754-4757. 
Luray Caverns corp.. Luray, Va. 7369 

Luray Caverns. Va., ballroom, scene 
in. © June 14, 1929; 2 c. June 15; 
J 0—2134. 

McAdams (Edward P.) Washington. 

7370-7373 

4 photographs : 

Carroll (John) — Hansoii (John) — 
Knocking at the inn door. — Magnificat. 
© 1 c. each May 29, 1929 ; J 0—1893- 
1896. 
McBee-Ladewich co.. Mansfield. O. 

7374-7410 

Goodhue memorial. 2144. © Feb. 
10, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 22; J 0—1656. 

Grauer memorial, 2146. © Mar. 1. 
1928; 2 c. Apr. 22, 1929; J 1663. 

2149. © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. 

Apr, 22 ; J 0— 1084. 

Lindeman memorial. 2151. © Mar. 
15. 1929; 2 c. Apr. 22; J 0—1666. 

Mecklem memorial, 2141. © Feb. 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; J 0—1658. 

Monument : 

2156. Muffley. — 2162. Coleman. — 
2168. Carpenter. — 2169. Rowland. 
© June 1. 1929; 2 c. each June 28; 
J O— 2370, 2369, 236S, 2371. 

Monument. 2165. Bahlmer. © 
June 5, 1929; 2 c. June 28; J O— 
2372. 

Monument : 

2166. Gandert.— 2167. Grandon.— 
2172. Morrow. © June 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each June 28 ; J 0—2375-2377. 

Monument. 2173. Spangler. © 
June IS, 1929; 2 c. June 28; J 0— 
2374. 



2174, Allen F. Janis. Monu- 
ment, 2175. Marvine E. Frasz. © 
June IS, 1929; 2 c. June 28; J O— 
2373. 

Monument : 

2176. Wolfarth.— 2177. Coleman.— 
2178. Logan.— 2180. Morrow. © 
June 22, 1929; 2 c. each June 28; J 
0—2381, 2378-2380. 

Monument, 2181. Kennedy. © 
June 25, 1929; 2 c. June 28; J O— 
2382. 

2182. Logan. © June 25, 1929 ; 

2 c. June 28 ; J 0—2383. 

Riekard memorial. 2140. © Feb. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; J 0—1659. 

Tunney memorial, 2147. © Mar. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 22; J 0—1668. 

3 memorials : 

Bebout, 2139.— Frederick, 2136.— 
Wierman, 2135. © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 22 ; J 0—1653, 1655, 1661. 

3 memorials : 

Blecker, 2148. — Grandon, 2142.— 
Rondel, 2145. © Feb. 25, 1929: 2 c. 
each Apr. 22 ; J 0—1654, 1657, 1660. 

3 memorials : 

Glover, 2155. — Hawley, 2154. — 
Mecklem, 2153. © Mar. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 22 ; J 0—1662, 1665, 1667. 

5 memorials : 

Carpenter, 2158.— Goodhue, 2160.— 
Herrick, 2159. — Llovd, 2163. — Wol- 
farth, 2161. © Apr. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 22; J 0—1669-1673. 

Macbeth galleries, New York. 7411 
Sassafras trees. (In Literary Di- 
gest. Apr. 20. 1929) © Apr. 18, 1929; 

1 c. May 4 ; K 4241. 

McClure (William Seward) San Fran- 
cisco. 7412-7417 

6 photographs : 

Ancient cloister of the Psalette, 
Tours; J 0—1845.— Castle chapel of 
St. Hubert: J O— 1846.— Court of Al- 
gerian residence; J O — 1844. — Palace 
of the soul ; J 0—1848.— Sea of glass ; 
J 0—1847.— Sunset at sea ; J 0—1849. 
© 1 c. each May 22, 1929. 

McDonald (Marie W.) Columbia, S. C. 

7418-7424 
Children's garden. © May 17, 1929 ; 

2 c. May 18 : K 4648. 
Course 3, part 4 : 

Cut-outs or poster transparency ; K 
4708.— Morning glory; K 4704.— Port- 
folio ; K 4705. — Poster showing how to 
make back yard and fences more at- 
tractive ; K 4707. — Wild flower poster ; 
K 4706. © May 17, 1929; 2 c. each 
May 18. 



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7425 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



McDonald (Marie W.) — Continued. 

Happy vacation days. © May 17, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 18 ; K 4703. 

McGee (William Harvey) Los Angeles. 

7425 
Southwestern fire insurance co. [In- 
signia] © Mar. 23, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 3; 
K 3665. 

McGregor ( Herbert Rutherford ) 
Boothbay Harbor, Me. 7426, 7427 

Boothbay Harbor, Me., from Mt. Pis- 
gale, view of. © June 17, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 18; J O— 2074. 

Boothbay Harbor, Me., s h o w i n g 
Swope's log cabin, view of. © June 
17, 1929; 2 c. June 18 ; J O— 2073. 

McKav (R. H.) Missoula, Mont. 

7428, 7429 

Blackfoot in winter, 714. © May 
3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 9 ; J 0—1753. 

Snowbound Rattlesnake. 715. © 
May 3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 9 ; J 0—1754. 

McKnight (Franklin C.) Elk Springs, 
Mo. 7430 

[Automobile spring tire] © 1 c. 
June 28, 1929; I 808, ' 

Mac Nider (James Stanley) New 
York. 7431 

American Russian bank. © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; J O— 2023. 

Mahoney (John J.) Boston. 7432 

[Trisection of arcs] © 1 c. May 18, 
1929 ; I 719. 

Maison France, inc., New York. 

7433, 7434 

[Drawing for embroiderv stvle S. C. 
A. 3] © 1 c. May 21, 1929; I 671. 

[style S. F. 1] © 1 c. May 21. 

1929; I 670. 

Mallison (Henry) Barry ville, N. Y. 

7435, 7436 

Barry ville, N. Y., Riverside cottage. 
© May 1, 1929; 2 c. June 6; J O— 
1926. 

the Glehdella. © May 1, 1929 ; 

2 c. June 6; J 1927. 

Mankato photo shop. Mankato, Minn. 

7437 
Mankato, Minn., Good counsel acad- 
emv. © June 7, 1929; 2 c. June 11; 
J 6—2061. 

Manternach co., Hartford. 7438 

Research department of the Manter- 
nach co. © May 24, 1929; 2 c. May 
28 ; I 791. 



Markham (Benjamin C.) The Dalles, 
Or. 7439-7443 

At Celilo Falls, Columbia River : 
Indian fishing, 282, — Indian spear- 
ing fish, 285.— Indians fishing, 283 — 
Indians spearing fish, 284. © May 28, 
1929; 2 c. each June 1; J O— 1901- 
1904. 

John Day highway. Oregon, on the 
scenic, 351. © May 28, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
1 ; J O— 1900. 

Marnall steel products, inc., New York. 

7444-7446 

Marnall steel pit: 

Detail of drain system, plate 3 ; I 
477. — Isometric drawing of three car; 
plate 1 ; I 475. — Plan, elevations and 
sections, three car. plate 2 ; I 476. © 
Mar. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 4. 

Martin (William F.) Madison, Kan. 

7447 
Martin tank gauge calculator. © 
Mar. 26, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 25; I 614. 

Mason engraving co.. Dallas. 7448 

Lone pine. © Apr. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
29 ; K 4157. 

Massachusetts institute technology 

photographic service, Cambridge, 

Mass. 7449 

Massachusetts institute technology 

on open house night. Apr. 27, 1929. © 

Apr. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. May 6 ; J 0—1736. 

Mather & co., Chicago. 7450 

What do you give. 10. © Feb. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Mar. 18; K 3936. 

Matthews (Ben Y.) Winston-Salem, 
N. C. 7451 

Revnolds (William N.) © June 28 r 
1929; 2 c. June 29; J 0—2367. 

Maurer (J.) Galveston, Tex. 7452 

Fourth international pageant of Pul- 
chritude and Tenth annual bathing 
girl revue. June 8-12. 1929. Galves- 
ton, Tex. © June 10, 1929 : 2 c. June 
14 ; J 184. 

May (Cecil E.) Long Beach, Calif. 

7453, 7454 

Jail. © Mar. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 26 ; 
J 61. 

Jail. © Mar. 22. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; 
J 62. 

May (Kunstanstalten) a. g., Dresden, 

Germany. 7455-7481 

Beethoven, 6650: von Barnett 

[pseud.] © Jan. 24. 1929; 1 c. June 

1 ; K 4741. 



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no. 2, 1929 



7496 



Birkenhain, Birch-grove, 7573 ; von 
Hermann Rudisuhli. © Apr. 2, 1928; 
1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4732. 

Christus im Aehrenfeld. Christ in 
the corn-field. 7090; von Giovanni 
[pseud] © Aug. 28, 1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 
1929 ; K 4723. 

Chrysanthemum. 7238: von Hill- 
mann [pseud] © Dec. 27, 1928; 1 c. 
June 1. 1929 ; K 4728. 

Friihling in den voralpen. Spring, 
7j 91: von Willbach [pseud] © July 
10, 1927 ; 1 c. June 1. 1929 ; K 4730. 

Friihlings - eiiizug. Spring's en- 
trance, 7585: von Barnett [pseud] © 
June 5. 1928: 1 c. June 1, 1929; K 
4739. 

Geweihte statte. HpJlowed spot, 
7574 : von Hermann Rudisuhli. © 
Apr. 2. 1929 ; 1 c. June 1. 1929 : K 4720. 

Heideweg. Way in the healthy 
land. 7078; von Xetler [pseud] © 
Oct. 25. 1928; 1 c. June 1, 1929; K 
4733. 

Herbst. Autumn. 7076: von J. Bar- 
nett. [pseud] © Apr. 17, 1928; 1 c. 
June 1. 1929 ; K 4737. 

Herbst bie berchtesgaden. Autumn, 
7j92: von H. Willbach. [pseud] © 
Julv 10. 1927: 1 c. June 1, 1929; K 
4726. 

Herbstabend. Evening in the au- 
tumn. 7194. von Hermann Rudisuhli. 
© June 3, 1927 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 
4718. 

Herbstmorgen. Morning in autumn, 
7193: von H. Willbach. © June 3- 
1927 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4725. 

Hochsommertag (Bliihender Moling 
Landscape with flowering poppy, 
7075: von C. Feurig [pseud] © May 
26. 1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4734. 

Madonna mit Jesuskind (Lilien- 
Madonna) Madonna with Child 
Jesus. 6424 : van Giovanni [pseud] © 
Oct. 25. 1928: 1 c. June 1, 1929; K 
4724. 

Madonna mit Jesuskind (Wald-Ma- 
donna) Madonna with Child Jesus, 
6425 ; von Giovanni [pseud] © Oct. 
25, 1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4736. 

Mohn. Garden poppies, 7140 ; von 
Hillmann [pseud] © Apr. 2, 1928; 1 
c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4738. 

[Mozart. 6651 ; von Barnett, pseud] 
© Jan. 24, 1929 ; 1 c. June 1 ; K 4743. 

Xelken. Xelken. Gillyflowers, 7139 ; 
von Hillmann [pseud] © Apr. 2, 
1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4744. 

Nesthakchen. The cosset. 7589; von 
Fr. Laubnitz. [pseud] © June 5, 
1928 ; 1 c. June 1. 1929 ; K 4719. 



Rosen. Roses, 7237 ; von Hillmann 
[pseud] © Dec. 27. 1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 
1929 ; K 4729. 

Schubert (Franz), frohe stunden. 
Franz Schubert, joyeous hours, 7079 ; 
von Barnett [pseud] © Apr. 17, 1928 ; 

1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4722. 
Schubert (Franz) im dreimaderl- 

haus. Franz Schubert in the three 
girls' house. 7080; von Barnett 
[pseud] © June 13, 1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 
1929 ; K 4727. 

Schutzengel. Guardian angel, 7526 ; 
von Lindberg [pseud] © June 23, 
1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4731. 

Sommer. Summer, 6649 ; von Bar- 
nett [pseud] © Jan. 24, 1929: 1 c. 
June 1 ; K 4740. 

Sommerfreuden. Children's play, 
7587 ; von Zabater [pseud] © Feb. 7, 
1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4721. 

Sternenkonigin. Queen of the stars, 
7069 ; von Richell [pseud] © Dec. 27, 
1928 ; 1 c. June 1, 1929 ; K 4735. 

[Wiener walzer. 6652 ; von Barnett, 
pseud] © Mar. 3, 1929 ; 1 c. June 1 ; 
K 4742. 

Mayer (Max) coffee co., Chicago. 

7482 
Girl using tea ball. © Apr. 22 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; J 79. 

Mazi (F.) Pp-ris. 7483 

[Rapide] © Dec. 21, 1928 ; 1 c. May 
7, 1929 : K 4242. 

Mears (Fred W.) heel co., inc., Salem 
Depot, N. H. 7484 

[Heel chart] © June 6, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 22 ; I 796. 

Medical economics, inc., Rutherford. 
N. J. 7485 

Medical economics plan for fostering 
relations between the county medical 
society and its community. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1929 ; I 559. 

Mendle printing co.. St. Louis. 

7486-7493 
[Design 201-208] © Apr. 1. 1929; 

2 c. each Apr. 15; K 3946-3953. 

Merchant (Albert Wyndom) Rock- 
land, Me. 7494, 7495 

Red Jacket (Clipper ship) © Mar. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 3 ; J 0—1495. 

Red Jacket (Clipper ship) © Mar. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 4 ; K 3969. 

Merkel (Bonnie Mae) Hillsboro. Tex. 

7496 
Thrifty Bill. © Apr. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 26 ; K 4136. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Merrvman (Aubrey E.) Pawnee, Okl. 

7497, 7498 

Curtis (Senator) at Pawnee, Okl., 
Sept. 29, 1928. © Sept. 30, 1928 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 5 ; J 300504. 

Curtis (Senator) just before enter- 
ing the Pawnee Bill stage coach, his 
private conveyance while in Pawnee, 
Okl., Sept. 29, 1928. © Sept. 30. 1928 ; 
2 c. Oct. 5 ; J 300269. 

Mestres (R. M.) Carmel, Calif. 

7499-7501 

Carmel mission. A, B. © June 20, 
1929; 2 c. each June 20; J 0—2088, 
2089. 

Carmel mission, Junipero Serra sar- 
cophagus. © June 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
20 ; J O— 2090. 

Metcalf (James Roscoe) Harrisburg, 
111. 7502, 7503 

Methodist Sunday school, Rosiclare. 
111. © May 29, 1929; 2 c. May 31; 
J 0—1897. 

— -Womans class. © May 29, 

1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; J 0—1898. 

Metropolitan life insurance co., New 
York. 7504 

Stimulants, sedatives or food — . (In 
McCalls Magazine, May, 1929) © 
Apr. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 3 ; K 3668. 

Metropolitan newspaper service, New 
York. 7505-7623 

Ella Cinders. © 1929. Daily : 
Feb. 16, 18-28: 1 c. each Mar. 11; 
K 3396. 3398, 3400, 3402. 3404, 3406, 
3408, 3418, 3410, 3412, 3414, 3416.— 
Mar. 1, 2, 4-9, 11-15; 1 c. each Mar. 
25 ; K 4072, 4074, 4076, 4078, 4080, 4082, 
4084, 4086, 4088, 4090, 4092, 4094, 
4096.— Mar. 3, 10; 1 c. each Mar. 25; 
K 237651, 237665.— Mar. 16-Apr. 30; 
1 c. each May 23; K 4496, 4489, 4498, 
4500, 4502, 4504, 4506, 4508, 4490, 4510, 
4512, 4514, 4516, 4518, 4520, 4491, 4522, 
4524, 4526, 4528, 4530, 4532, 4492, 4534, 
4536, 4538, 4540', 4542, 4544, 4493, 4546, 
4548, 4550, 4552, 4554, 4556, 4494, 4558, 
4560, 4562, 4564, 4566, 4568, 4495, 4570, 
4572. — May 1-31 ; 1 c. each June 8 ; 
K 4845, 4847, 4849, 4851, 4899, 4853, 
4855, 4857, 4859, 4861, 4863, 4900, 4865, 
4867, 4869. 4871, 4873, 4875, 4901, 4877, 
4879, 4881, 4883, 4885, 4887, 4902. 4889, 
4891, 4893, 4895, 4897.— June 1-15 ; 1 c. 
each June 20 ; K 4947, 4973, 4949, 4951, 
4953, 4955, 4957, 4959, 4974, 4961, 4963, 
4965, 4967, 4969, 4971. 



Metropolitan newspaper service, New 
York. 7624-7726- 

Good Time Guy. © 1929. Daily : 
Feb. 16, 18-23, 25-28 : 1 c. each Mar. 
11 ; K 3397, 3399, 3401. 3403, 3405, 3407, 
3409, 3411, 3413, 3415. 3417.— Mar. 1, 2, 
4-9. 11-15 ; 1 c. each Mar. 25 ; K 4073, 
4075, 4077, 4079, 4081, 4083, 4085, 4087, 
4089, 4091, 4093, 4095, 4097.— Mar. 16, 
18-23, 25-30, Apr. 1-6. 8-13, 15-20, 22- 
27. 29, 30 : 1 c. each May 23 ; K 4497, 
4499, 4501, 4503, 4505, 4507, 4509, 4511, 
4513, 4515, 4517, 4519, 4521, 4523, 4525, 
4527, 4529, 4531, 4533, 4535, 4537, 4539, 
4541, 4543, 4545, 4547, 4549, 4551, 4553, 
4555, 4557, 4559, 4561. 4563, 4565, 4567, 
4569, 4571, 4573.— Mav 1-4. 6-11, 13- 
18. 20^-25, 27-31 ; 1 c. each June 8 ; K 
4846, 4848, 4850, 4852, 4854, 4856, 4858, 
4860, 4862, 4864, 4866, 4868, 4870, 4872, 
4874, 4876, 4878, 4880, 4882, 4884, 4886, 
4888, 4890, 4892, 4894, 4896, 4898.— 
June 1, 3-8, 10-15 : 1 c. each June 20 ; 
K 4948, 4950, 4952, 4954, 4956, 4958, 
4960, 4962, 4964, 4966, 4968, 4970, 4972. 

Meyer (Adolph Nicholas) Denver. 

7727 
[Chart of Masonic emblems] © 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. May 2 ; K 4180. 

Meyer (Louis P. H.) San Francisco. 

7728, 7729 
Carmel mission. © Mar. 24, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 6 ; J 49. 

High lands. © Mar. 24. 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 6 ; J 50. 

Meyercord co., Chicago. 7730-7738 

[Garland series, A-F, FF, G-J, L- 
N] © Jan. 10', 1929; 2 c. Apr. 9; K 
4334. 

[Jack and Jill] © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 13 ; K 4328. 

[Juvenile series. Goldi Locks. Toy- 
land, Little gardener, Piper's son, Bo 
Peep and Jack Horner] © Apr. 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 3 ; K 4339. 

[Miss Moffett] © Apr. 25, 1929; 
2 c. May 3 ; K 4338. 

[Nursery series, A-E] © Feb. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 4336. 

[Paris designs, A-F] © Mar. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 4333. 

[Rose design, A-E] © Feb. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 ; K 4337. 

[Soho design, A-H] © Mar. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 4335. 

[Wilson -gem series. A-H] © Apr. 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; K 4682. 



142 



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no. 2, 1929 



773 



Michalek (Adolph) Chicago. 7739 

Step by step, a major key arrange- 
ment chart no. 1. Self instruction fin- 
gering chart for violin position 1st. © 
May 4, 1929 ; 2 c. May 6 ; I 613. 

Michigan tuberculosis assn. Kalamazoo 
County branch, Kalamazoo, Mich. 
7740-7744 
5 prints : 

Bathe; K 4165.— Clean teeth; K 
4163.— Eat right; K 4166.— Play; K 
4164.— Sleep; K 4162. © Mar. 27. 
1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 29. 

Miller (Walter A.) Santa Monica. 

Calif. 7745 

Race 'em. © Apr. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 19 ; K 4167. 

Miller & Pflueger, architects, San 

Francisco. ■ 7746 

450 Sutter st. bldg. for doctors and 

dentists, charcoal drawing. © Feb. 

18, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 26 ; J 299901. 

Minneapolis Star, Minneapolis. 

7747-7749 

Christie {Mrs. Eva Lindbergh) por- 
trait study of. © Mar. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Mar. 30; K 4265. 

Late photograph of Lindy's sister 
and her two children. © Mar. 26, 
1929 ; 1 c. Mar. 30 ; K 4266. 

Meet Lindy's sister and her children. 
© Mar. 20, 1929; 1 c. Mar. 30; K 
4264. 

Moeller (Ludwig) Luebeck. Germany. 

7750, 7751 

[Fruhling kommt. Spring is com- 
ing] ; von Wolfgangmuller. © June 1, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 10 ; K 4781. 

Hafenarbeiter. Harbour workmen ; 
von Robert Sterl. © June 1, 1929 ; 1 c. 
June 10 ; K 4782. 

Mohawk carpet mills, New York. 7752 
Please pardon the spectacle. (In 
New Yorker) © June 8, 1929; 1 c. 
June 14 ; K 4806. 

Monroe calculating machine co., inc., 
Orange, N. J. 7753-7756 

Alibi Ike. 1929. ©: 

Mar. 30, Apr. 17, May 4, 31; 2 c. 
each Apr. 16. May 3, 22, June 11; K 
3945, 4194, 4467, 4774. 
MontandOn (George) Paris. 7757 

Amer-anthropoides Loysi. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1929 ; J 0—2362. 
Moore (Wallace D.) Los Angeles. 

7758 

TGA OTU. [Symbolic chart 1 © 
Jan. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; K 3931. 



Morehead (J. C.) Pittsburgh. 7759 

Architectural perspective ; method of 
vertical horizons. © May 22, 1929; 
2 c. June 11 ; I 734. 

Morehouse (William H.) Cincinnati. 

7760 
Playmates. © Feb. 2, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 13; J 0—1491. 

Morrison (O. J.) dept. store co., 
Charleston, W. Va. 7761 

Wise wisdom. © Apr. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 19 ; K 3999. 

Morrison (W. C.) Kansas City, Mo. 

7762 
Chart of the ages from first creative 
day to restitution of all things. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. June 14, 1929 ; I 742, 

Moulin (Gabriel) San Francisco. 

7763-7768 

Star of Alaska (Ship) going out 
Golden Gate, San Francisco, Calif. © 
May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; J O— 2069. 

Going out Golden Gate, San 

Francisco, Calif., with airplane in sky. 
© May 17, 1929; 2 c. June 17; J 
O— 2070. 

Going through Golden Gate, 

San Francisco. Calif., © Apr. 23, 
1929; 2 c. May 27; J 0—1868. 

Star of Alaska (Ship) with sails 
up, San Francisco, Calif. : 

Bow view. — Broadside. — Three quar- 
ter view. © Apr. 23, 1929; 2 c. each 
May 27; J 0—1866, 1867, 1869. 

Murray (Sylvia G.) Angels Camp, 

Calif. 7769 

Mary Dixie, Indian squaw, 100 

years old. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 

16 ; J 64. 

Musical arts assn., Cleveland. 7770 
[Cleveland orchestra] © Apr. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 4168. 

Nargizian (V. H.) inc., Brooklyn. 

7771 
Individual care. Thorough work. 
Insurance policy. Prompt service. © 
Mar. 27, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 5; K 3935. 

National assn. of purchasing agents, 
inc., New York. 7772 

Commodity chart. © Apr. 15, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 30 ; I 595. 

National assn. truthful advertisers, 
Lancaster, Pa. 7773 

National assn. truthful advertisers. 
[Membership emblem] © Nov. 4, 
1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1929 ; K 1871. 



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7774 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



National building industries, inc. 
Home modernizing bureau, Chi- 
cago. 7774 
It pays to modernize your home. © 
Sept. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. Sept. 27' ; K 4400. 

National cathedral assn., Washington. 

7775-7809 

Relief, four panels, A 9, B 10. © 
Apr. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 22 ; J O— 
1627, 1628. 

Washington, D. C, Cathedral : 

Approach to Norman court, 4. — 
Boys school from garden, 2. — Cathed- 
ral aisles of forest trees, 18. — Drop- 
ping over wall, 29. — Entrance arch to 
Bishop's garden, 1. — Foot-paths far 
from traffic, 19.— Hillside of Mt. St. 
Alban, 16. — Hortulus, the little gar- 
den, view toward lawn, 5. — Perennial 
border with lilies, 11. — Perennial bord- 
er with lilies, near view, 12. — Pool 
showing bas-relief, 14. — R u n w a y 
marked A. 30. — Runway marked B, 
31. — Wall and walk ab >ut boys school, 
15. — Wayside cross, reverse side, 7. — 
Wayside cross, showing cathedral, 6. — ■ 
15th century relief in court, 3. © Apr. 
8, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 22 ; J 0—1612. 
1619, 1620, 1624-1626, 1629, 1630, 1636, 
1G37, 1639^1641, 1643-1646. 

16 photographs : 

Anxieties of slide, 33. — As though it 
had always been there, 34. — -Box aver- 
aging ten feet in height, 24. — Box for 
memorial steps, A, B, 22, 25. — Box- 
wood of unusual size, 21. — Crating 
magnolia, 27. — Difficult to move box 
of this size, 23. — Digging old magno- 
lia, 26. — Kneeling figure, relief 8. — Not 
an inch to spare, 32. — Old mansion at 
Boiling Green. 20. — Old wistaria vine, 
35.— On way to Mt. St. Alban, 28.— 
Pilgrim road. 17. — Unusual tree box, 
36. © Apr. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 22 ; 
J 0—1613-1618, 1621-1623, 1631-1635, 
1638, 1642. 

National macaroni co., Dallas. 7810 
Uncle Mac. © Mar. 30, 1929: 2 c. 
Apr. 18 ; K 3988. 

National photo print co., El Paso. 

7811, 7812 

Escobar (Gen. J. G.) © Mar. 23, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; J 0—1544. 

Murrieta (Gen, M. M.) © Mar. 23, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 8; J 0—1545. 

National program & printing co., Chi- 
cago. 7813-7823 

[Design for outside cover of pro- 
gram. 1-8] © Jan. 15. 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 13 ; K 4002-4009. 

[9-11] © Jan. 15, 1929; 2 c. 

each May 18; K 4423-4425. 



Natural eyesight institute, inc., Los 
Angeles. 7824 

Natural relaxation chart. © Nov. 
21, 1928; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1929; K 1876. 

New York consolidated card co,, Long 
Island City, N. Y. 7825-7832 

4 prints : 

[Butterfly girl] — [Colonial pair] — 
Cornucopia. — Equilibrist. © Mar. 23, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 5 ; K 3705-3708. 

4 prints : 

Clown ; K 3925.— [Equestrienne] ; K 
3927.— Jester ; K 3926.— Show girl; K 
3928. © Apr. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
13. 

New York graphic society, inc., New 
York 7833-7838 

[New York (City) Broadstreet can- 
yon. (Scenics of New York)] © May 
1, 1929; 2 c. May 17; K 4413. 

[Grand central station. (Scen- 
ics of New York)] © May 1, 1929; 
2 c. May 17; K 4474. 

■ [Lower Manhattan. (Scenics 

of New York)] © May 1, 1929; 2 c. 
May 17 ; K 4414. 

[New York (City)] : 

[Plaza tower] — [Stock exchange] — 
[Wall street] © May 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each May 21 ; K 4468-4470. 

New York stock exchange, New York. 

7839-7854 

New quotation system of New York 
stock exchange. Girls giving out quo- 
tations. © Apr. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; 
J 58. 

Telephone operators at switch- 
board. © Apr. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; 
J 59. 

New York stock exchange: 

Cross country team, season of 1928, 
2766-5 ; J 0—2161.— Employees at Citi- 
zens' military training camps 1928, 
Colgate Hoyt prize winners, 2766-2; 
J O— 2160— Man with gavel, 2766-10; 
J O — 2159. — Medical department, pre- 
liminary examination room, 2766-9; 
J O — 2164. — Medical department, staff, 
May 27, 1929, 2766-7; J 0—2163.— 
Medical department, the infirmary, 
2766-12; J 0—2162.— Medical depart- 
ment, X-ray room, 2766-11 ; J O — 
2166.— Medical office, 2766-8; J O— 
2158, — Representatives at Citizens' 
military training camps, 1929, 2766-4; 
J 0—2165.— Tennis club, 2766-6; J 
0—2157.— Track team, 1928-1929, 2653- 
1 ; J O — 2155. — Two men with rifles, 
2766-1; J 0—2156. © May 27, 1929; 
2 c. each June 25. 



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no. 2, 1929 



7923 



New York stock exchange, floor. © 
1 c. Apr. 18, 1929 ; J O— 1601. 

Monev desk on floor of. © May 

23, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; J 131. 

New York telegram corp., New York. 

7855 

Gorman (21 rs. Natalie Guggenheim) 

© Apr. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. May 3 ; K 4116. 

New York times co., New York and 

St. Louis post-dispatch, St. Louis. 

7856-7890 

9 photographs : 

By rd (Dick) leader of the expedition 
as he appeared on skiis at the edge of 
the barrier ; J 145. — Dinner is served ; 
J 146. — Land of the midnight sun ; J 
148. — On the way to the great ice bar- 
rier; J 149. — Over the Antarctic by 
air; J 150. — Roth (Sergeant Benja- 
min) he who was saved; J 147. — 
Twentieth century adventurers ; J 
151. — Visiting delegation of Antarctic 
inhabitants : J 152. — Winter quarters 
of the expedition: J 153. © May 26. 
1929 ; 2 c. each May 8. 

10 photographs : 

At the world's end. — Beginning of 
a long, long trail. — Chow line. — Con- 
sultation on the barrier ice. — Jacobson 
(John J.) with Moody. Firm friends. — 
Life of the party.— Off for Little 
America. — Over the great expanse of 
Polar ice. — Scott Island, an island 
named for the discoverer of the South 
Pole. — Where day is turning to night. 
© May 12, 1929': 2 c. each Apr. 27; 
J 114-121, 113, 122. 

16 photographs : 

Byrd expedition ships moored to 
their ice barrier base, etc. ; J 93. — City 
of New York and the Eleanor Boiling 
at the west barrier dock, etc. ; J 101. — 
Difficult feat of unloading the huge 
tri-motored Ford plane from the Elea- 
nor Boiling, etc. ; J 99. — Eleanor Boil- 
ing and City of New York discharging 
their cargo of sled dogs, etc. ; J 100. — 
Flock of penguins seen on an ice floe 
as the Byrd expedition ploughed its 
way through the Antarctic seas ; J 
94. — Fokker monoplane in which Bernt 
Balchen, Lt. June and Prof. Gould 
were forced down, etc. ; J 96. — Great 
ice barrier as seen, from the Byrd ships 
as the party neared the gigantic wall 
of ice, etc. ; J 95. — Larson ploughing 
its way through the Antarctic ice fields, 
etc. : J 87. — Members of the party at 
work on the surface of the Ross ice 
barrier, etc. ; J 97. — Members of the 
party clearing the Eleanor Boiling of 
masses of ice, etc. ; J 102. — Nearing 
the goal. A view from one of the Byrd 
ships as the expedition neared the 



great ice barrier, etc. ; J 89. — One of 
the all-metal planes is landed from 
the flagship City of New York onto the 
great ice barrier ; J 88. — Photo taken 
from the decks of the Larson showing 
members of the Byrd party at work 
on the ice barrier, etc. ; J 90. — Thawley 
(Elbert J.) engineer of the Eleanor 
Boiling, standing beside the fuselage 
of the huge tri-motored Ford plane, 
etc. ; J 98. — View during the seemingly 
neverending and tedious task of un- 
loading the ships at the great ice bar- 
rier, etc. ; J 92. — View from the great 
ice barrier showing the Byrd ships, 
etc. ; J 91. © Apr. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 16. 

Newhall chain forge & iron co., New 
York. 7891 

Special weld. © June 1, 929 ; 2 c. 
June 15: J 0—744. 

Newman (Sigmund) New York. 7892 
Battles of revolutionary and civil 
war. © June 4. 1929; 2 c. June 5; 
I 792. 

Newspaper feature service, inc., New 
York. 7893-7916 

Dumb Dora. © 1929. Weekly: 

Mar. 3-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 7-Apr. 4 ; 
K 3683-3687.— Apr. 7, 14; 1 c. each 
Apr. 11. 18; K 4026, 4027.— Apr. 28; 
1 c. May 1 ; K 4421.— May 5-26 ; 1 c. 
each VI ay 9-29; K 4694-4697. 

Polly and her pals. © 1929. 
Weekly : 

Mar. 3-31 ; 1 c. each Mar. 7-Apr. 
4 : K 3678-3682.— Apr. 7, 14 ; 1 c. each 
Apr. 11, 18; K 4028, 4029.— Apr. 28; 

1 c. May 1: K 4422.— Mav 5-26; 1 c. 
each May 9-29; K 4698^1701. 

Nichols (Charles Jeffries) Omaha, 
Neb. 7917 

Panorama by flare-light. © June 
11, 1929; 2 c. June 24; J 0—2123. 

Nichols (Ruth Alexander) Westfield. 
N. J. 7918-7923 

Daisy time. © May 17, 1929; 2 c. 
May 18 ; K 4647. 

How can these children show that 
they are having a good time? [Group 
of children with man and woman on 
bank of pond feeding ducks] © June 
4 ; 1929 ; 2 c. June 5 ; K 4751. 

Making summer valentines. © June 
4. 1929: 2 c. June 5; K 4750. 

Playtime at school. © May 25. 1929 ; 

2 c. May 27 ; K 4709. 

Policeman. © May 1, 1929: 2 c. 
May 2; K 4634. 

Working together. © May 23, 1929 ; 
2 c. May 25; K 4702. 



64337— 2< 



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7924 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



North state pub. co., Hammond, Ind. 

7924 
[Lithographed stock certificate of 
First trust and savings bank of Ham- 
mond, Indiana ; building vignette at 
top, center ; circle vignette at bottom, 
center ; green border on face and back] 
© May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. June 6 ; K 4747. 

Northcraft associates, Minneapolis. 

7925 
Northcraft associates. [Letterhead 
design] © May 10, 1929; 2 c. June 
14 ; K 4797. 

Noves marine sales co., Boston. 

7926, 7927 

Tidal calendar. June 1929. © May 
20, 1929; 2 c. May 21; K 4465. 

July 1929. © June 18, 1929; 

2 c. June 19 ; K 4938. 

Oak rubber co., Ravenna, O. 7928 

Pals in play. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1929 : 
J O— 1600. 

Oakite products, inc., New York. 

7929-7936 

Combination cleaning and air test 
rack for type H M> air feed valves, 
dwg. D 118. Blueprint. © May 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 4 ; 1 716. 

Oakite agitation shield, 109. Blue- 
print. © Apr. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. May 3 : 
I 606. 

Oakite brush-cleaning tank, dwg. B 
121. Blueprint. © May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 4 ; I 718. 

Oakite cleaning tank for heavy duty. 
dwg. D 122. [Blueprint] © June 
5, 1929 : 2 c. June 21 ; I 789. 

Oakite hot plate drying table, B 
113. Bluenrint. © May 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 20; I 669. 

Oakite locomotive air compressor 
laundering equipment. Solution sys- 
tem, dwg. D 123. [Blueprint] © June 
10, 1929; 2 c. June 21; I 788. 

Oakite portable vapor steam clean- 
ing equipment, dwg. D 119. Blueprint. 
© May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. May 31 ; I 694. 

Oil and gas refinery cleaning equip- 
ment, dwg. D 117. Blueprint. © May 
20, 1929; 2 c. June 4; I 717. 

Oakland motor car co.. Pontiac, Mich. 

7937 

U. S. supreme court says, etc. © 

Dec. 4, 1928; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1929, K 

1872. 

O'Brien (Ethel Dickerman) Perrys- 

burg, N. Y. 7938 

O'Brien (Dr. Brian) © 1 c. May 
4, 1929; J 0—1734. 



O'Brien (Mary E.) St. Paul. 7939 

I am from Saint Paul. Minnesota's 
Capitol. © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
26; K 3934. 

Oglesby (Ira D.) Fort Smith, Ark. 

7940 
Office boy. © May 9, 1929; 2 c. 
May 13 ; K 4332. 

Oleson (Ole Frank) St. Paul. 7941 
Oleson monument. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 
1929; J 0—1462. 

Olinger mortuary assn., Denver. 7942 
Baby's prayer. © Mar. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 11 ; K 4124. 

O'Meara (Denis Henry) Detroit. 

7943, 7944 

Pair of spreading love birds hinged- 
ly connected and hingedly adjustable 
for wall ornaments. Blueprint. © 
1 c. May 8, 1929 ; I 688. 

Progected [ !] grape vine and plaque 
stair rail of art iron. © 1 c. May 8, 
1929 ; I 689. 

Omwake (John) Cincinnati. 7945 

Conestoga bell team. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 
1929 ; J 0—1542. 

Oregon journal, inc., Portland, Or. 

7946, 7947 

Wrecked after part of the Quaker 
liner Laurel. © June 18, 1929; 1 c. 
June 26 ; K 5059. 

Wrecked hulk of the steamship Lau- 
rel. © June 18, 1929; 1 c. June 26; 
K 5058, 

Orr (Louis) Paris. 7948-7955 

[Wellesley college] : 

[Alumnae hall]— [Claflin hall] — 
[Farnsworth art museum] — [Found- 
er's hall] — [Quadrangle] — [Severance 
hall] — [Tower court] — [View from 
quadrangle] © Mar. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
May 7 ; K 4267-4274. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 7956-7968 
Now you tell one. © 1 c. June 7, 
1929: J 0—1937. 

12 prints: 

Beneath Egyptian palms. — Beneath 
the cherry blossoms. — Blue skies of 
Italy. — Green isle of the shamrock. — 
Home among the Alps. — In old Mad- 
rid. — Land of heather and bluebells. — ■ 
Norseman's cottage. — Song of the 
windmill. — Spring in Sweden. — Sunny 
land of France. — Where English roses 
bloom. © June 5, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 
15: K 4821-4832. 



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no. 2. 1929 



800S 



Otis elevator co.. New York. 

7969-7977 

Otis car design no. 2. Form A 891 
(5-28) © Mar. 7. 1929 : 2 c. June 11 ; 
K 4776. 

Xo. 8. Form A 879 (5-28) © 

Mar. 7. 1929: 2 c. June 11; K 47 < 5. 

Otis hall lantern (1-29) : 

Design 30-B. Otis hall lantern bull's- 
eye type, form A-331 ; K 4428.— De- 
sign 30-0. bull's-eye type octagon face 
plate, from A-332 : K 4426.— Design 
32-B2. form A-333 : K 4427. © Mar. 
19. 1929 ; 2 c. each May 18. 

4 prints : 

Muralart fiorentine design for Otis 
cars. — Otis hall buttons, key operated, 
31-OA. 73-OA.— Otis hall buttons, 
mushroom type. 44-OA. 45-OA— Otis 
hail buttons, surface type, 10-P, 11-P. 
© Apr. 30. 1929 : 2 c. each May 29 ; K 
4625-4628. 

Pach (A. L.) New York. 7978 

Hushes (Hon. C. E.) jr. © May 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. May 10 ; J 0—1764. 

Pacific & Atlantic photos, inc.. New 
York. 7979-8004 

Fogarty (Mrs. Katherine) 200099. 
© May 22. 1929 ; 2 c. May 24 ; J 139. 

Heinzeiman (Mr. and Mrs. Al- 
phonse) 198119. © May 1, 1929 : 2 c. 
May 3 ; J 108. 

Heinzeiman (Mrs. Ada) 198118. © 
May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 3 ; J 107. 

He's Gray in neve Snyder case. 
Found last night by the Daily news. 
Charles Ross. etc. © Mar. 29. 1929; 

1 c. Mar. 30: K 3858. 

Huntington (Mary Clark) 199267. 
© May 14. 1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; J 123. 

Jensen (Martin) inspecting repaired 
leak in gas tanks during flight of 
Three Musketeers, etc.. 200290. © 
May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 : J 140. 

Lindbergh, his yacht Mouette in 
York Harbor, Maine, June 6, 1929: 

Filling gas tank of. 201563 ; J 169.— 
Filling gas tanks of, 201566; J 170.— 
Holding gas hose on, 201554; J 171. — 
In cabin of, 201565. — Lashing gas cans 
on. 201562. — On deck of. silhouetted 
against sun. 201564. © June 7. 1929 ; 

2 c. each June 10 ; J 169-172, 174. 178. 
Lindbergh jumping from his launch 

Mouette to dock at York Harbor, 
Maine. June 6. 1929. 201594. © June 
7, 1929 ; 2 c. June 10 ; J 173. 

Lindbergh on deck of his launch 
Mouette at York Harbor, Maine. June 
6, 1929. 201561. © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 10 ; J 175. 



Lindbergh on deck of his yacht 
Mouette in York Harbor, Maine. June 
6, 1929. 201662. © June 8. 1929 : 2 c. 
June 10; J 176. 

Lindbergh on deck of his yacht 
Mouette reaching for dock at York 
Harbor. Maine. June 6, 1929. 20163n. 
© June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. June 10 ; J 177. 

Lindbergh's yacht Mouette leaving 
York Harbor, Maine. June 6. 1929, 
201593. © June 7. 1929 ; 2 c. June 10 ; 
J 179. 

Mahan (Carl Xewton) and his at- 
torney. 2C0396. © May 25. 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 27 ; J 141. 

Maharajah of Indore with wife and 
baby, 199010. © May 10, 1929; 2 c. 
May 11 ; J 111. 

Morrow (Ann) and girl friend on 
5th ave.. New York city. 198791. © 
May 9, 1929 ; 2 c. May 11 ; J 110. 

Peacox (Mrs. Dorothy Heinzeiman) 
197957. © Apr. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. May 1 : 
J 103. 

Ross (Charles) slim youth who ad- 
mits he has a wav with women, etc. 
© Mar. 29, 1929 ; 1 e. Mar. 30; K 3859. 

Sloan (Corrine) 198642. © May 7. 
1929 ; 2 c. May 8 ; J 109. 

3 photographs : 

Babe dusts off the home plate to help 
the missus, N197260.— Great Bambino. 
Mrs. Bambino and little Julia Hodg- 
son chime in on some sweet harmony, 
etc., X 197261. — Just a peaceful home. 
Julia Hodgson, Mrs. Babe Ruth's 
daughter by former marriage, the 
Babe and Mrs. Ruth look over the 
Daily News. X197262. © Apr. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 24; J 76-78. 

Page fence assn., Chicago. 8005 

For you who want the profits of 
protection. (In Retail Coalman. Mar. 
1929) © Mar. 1, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 3; 
K 3667. 



Panzer (George) Seattle. 



8006 



Right of way all the wav. © May. 
4, 1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; K 4681. 

Paramount distributors, Chicago. 8007 
This coupon is worth $4.50, if mailed 
at once. Fountain pen and pencil set 
absolutely free. This is the actual 
size of the set you receive. © Apr. 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 6 ; K 4939. 

Parke, Hall & co., Buffalo. 8008: 

Cost of electric power to consumers 
of 1000 h.p. © Mar. 19, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 4 ; I 482. 



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8009 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Patrick (Catherine) Chicago. 

8009-8014 
Cactus series, 1-6. © June 8, 1929 ; 
2 c. each June 11 ; J 162-167. 

Pattee (Hubert Horton) New York. 

8015 
Victory of foresight. © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 20 ; J 188. 

Patterson (Frank) Medford, Or. 

8016-8065 

Garfield Peak: 

Crater Lake from Perspiration 
Point, 359. — Crater Lake from sum- 
mit, 355.— Phantom Ship from top of, 
363. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 
24; J 0—1815, 1817, 1828. 

Redwood highway: 

Fallen monarch, 819. — Hazel view, 
901. — Klamath River, 916.— Sunset 
Beach, 723. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Apr. 24 ; J 0—1816. 1820, 1822, 1834. 

Roosevelt highway, 729, 737. © Feb. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 24 ; J 0—1831, 
1S32. 

Roosevelt highway: 

Bandon Beach, 734.— Battle Rock 
from Port Orford, 710.— Cape Sebas- 
tian, 745. — From Sunset Beach, 720. — 
From the, 719. — Humbug Mt., 746.— On 
Bandon Beach, 747. — Oregon Coast, 
704. — Roaring surf. 755. — Roosevelt 
highway, Or., 732. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 
c. each Apr. 24 ; J 0—1811-1813, 1818, 
1819, 1821, 1825, 1826, 1830, 1833. 
. 6 photographs : 

Crater Lake, 316.— Mill Creek red- 
woods, 925. — Passing Phantom Ship, 
Crater Lake, 352. — Pinnacles, Crater 
Lake national park, 337.— Shasta 
(Mt.) from Pacific highway, 553. — 
Sunset on Crater Lake, 302. © Feb. 
1, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 24; J 0—814, 
182:3, 1827, 1829, 1824, 1835. 

.25 photographs : 

Del Norte redwood, 802. — Douglas 
memorial bridge, Redwood highway, 
854. — Eel River, Redwood highway, 
848. — Enclert's Beach, on Redwood 
highway, 824.— Ferns on Mill Creek, 
Redwood highway, 924. — Ferns, oxalis 
and redwood, 922. — From the Red- 
wood highway, 904. — Klamath River, 
Redwood highway, 826. — Never dying 
redwood, 913. — More durable than 
stone, 894. — Most crowded acre in the 
world, Giant redwood park, 885. — 
Quadruped tree, Redwood highway, 
895.— Redwood highway, 847, 861, 880, 
883, 902, 911.— Redwood highway, Del 
Norte Co., Calif., 836.— Redwood high- 
way, on the, 838, 892.— Save the red- 
woods on the Redwood highway, 842. — 
Tallest trees in the world, 475 ft., 



Giant redwood park. 888. — Two pair of 
twins, Lee's giant redwood park, 
886. — Where the redwood highwav is 
1000 ft. above the sea, 835. © Feb. 1, 
1929; 2 c. each Apr. 24; J 0—1675- 
1699. 

Paul (George F.) Chicago. 8066-8073 

4 photographs : 

Freed from snowy fetters ; J O— 
1549. — May is building her house; J 
O — 1548. — When apple blossoms fill 
the air ; J O — 1550. — Where the spring 
and winter meet: J O — 1551. © Apr. 
3, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 4. 

4 prints : 

Sheep in springtime. — Spring song. — 
There comes a time of blossoming. — 
With the flying Escadrille. © Apr. 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 4 ; J O— 1500-1503. 

Peabody museum of Salem, Mass. 

8074, 8075 

Ulalie (Turkish corvette) built in 
Marseilles, France. © Mar. 22, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 5 ; J O— 1505. 

Deck plan of the. © Mar. 22, 

1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J O— 1504. 

Pearl (James W.) Chicago. 8076 

Centripetal pump, for grading mate- 
rial. Blueprint. © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 10; I 730. 

Pennino (Gennaro A.) New York. 

8077 
World time radio-chron. © Apr. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; I 599. 

Peoples (Merrill) Manhattan Beach, 
Or. 8078-8080 

Glenesslin, A-C. © May 15, 1929; 
2 c. each May 22; J O— 1840-1842. 

Peoria breeding co., inc., Peoria. 111. 

8081 
Perfect breeder. © 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; 
J 0—1739. 

Perfield (Effa Ellis) New York. 8082 
This Holy bird brings you a good 
will message. © June 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 25 ; K 5038. 

Perkins (Jeanette E.) Bennington. Vt. 

8083, 8084 

Course 1, part 4. [Combinations of 
grasses, leaves, ferns and flowers.] © 
May 16, 1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4642. 

[Grasses, four-leaf clover, 

ferns, evergreen twigs, maple leaves] 
© May 16, 1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4643. 

Perry (Eugene A.) Maiden, Mass. 

8085, 8086 
Agra, India. Taj-mahal, 1915. © 
Apr. 3, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 24; K 4115. 



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8141 



Poe (Edgar Allan) 33. © Apr. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 24 ; K 4114. 

Perskie (J. H.) Atlantic City. 8087 
Wise (Dr. Stephen) © June 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 5 ; J 0—1924. 

Petenyi (Paul) New York. 8088-8098 

[Arrival in New York port, 65] © 
Sept. 15, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1929; K 
3383. 

[Builders in New York. 70] © Sept. 
15, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1929; K 3390. 

[New York (City)] : 

[City hall, 71] : K 3389.— [Wall St., 
67] ; K 3387.— [Woolworth bldg., 73] ; 
K 3386. © Sept. 15, 1928; 2 c. each 
Mar. 11, 1929. 

[New York (City)] : 

[Fifth ave., 74] ; K 3381.— [Grand 
Central viaduct. 77] : K 3388.— [Li- 
brary, 76] ; K 3385. © Oct. 7, 1928 ; 
2 c. each Mar. 11, 1929. 

[New York (City) New York stock 
exchange, 82] © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 11 ; K 3382. 

Waldorf Astoria, 88. © May 

10, 1929 ; 2 c. May 14 : K 4341. 

[Newspaper boys in Wall st., 66] © 
Sept. 15, 1928; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1929; K 
3384. 

Peterson nut co., Cleveland. 8099 

Red Skin peanuts. [Head of In- 
dian] © Apr. 5, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 29; 
K 4219. 

Photographische gesellschaft. Berlin. 

8100-8102 

[Dogenpalast] von Claude Monet. 
© Nov. 1, 1928; 1 c. Nov. 20; K 4583. 

[Garten in Nordwijk] von Max Lieb- 
ermann. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 1 c. Jan. 
15, 1929 ; K 4584. 

[Rehkitze] von Curt Meyer-Eber- 
hardt. © Dec. 1. 1928; 1 c. Dec. 19; 
K 4585. 

Pi kappa phi fraternity, Evanston. 111. 

S103 
Pi kappa phi coat of arms. © Mar. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 47. 

Pickering (E. H.) Annapolis, Md. 

S104. 8105 
Robison (Admiral S. S.) U. S. N. 
© Feb. 28, 1929: 2 c. Apr. 5: J O— 
1512. 

profile. © Feb. 28. 1929; 2 c. 

Apr. 5 ; J 0—1511. 

Pickett (Lee) Index. Wash. 

S106-8141 

Dumping the last shovel full of muck 

taken out of the Great Northern ry. 



co. new 8 mile tunnel with a Marion 
steam shovel about 7 A. M., 12-8-28, 
4153. © Dec. 10, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 1, 
1929; J 0—1473. 

East portal Great Northern ry. co. 
new 8 mile tunnel, Berne, Wash., Dec. 
1. 1926 to Jan. 12, 1929, 4194. © Dec. 
29, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1929 ; J 0—1486. 

First train at west portal of the 
Great Northern ry. co., new 8 mile 
tunnel. Scenic, Wash., 4188. © Jan. 
5, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 1 ; J 0—1472. 

4189. © Jan. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Apr. 1; J 0—1471. 

First work train motor and crew 
to pass thru the Great Northern ry. 
co. new 8 mile Cascade tunnel, Jan. 6, 
1929. 10 P. M., 4198. © Jan. 12, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 1 ; J 0—1483. 

Great Northern freight, east bound 
at Chumstick Curve 107 cars, 5037 
tons, 4245. © Mar. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
1; J 0—1781. 

Great Northern railroad, 4130. © 
Dec. 11, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 1, 1929 ; J O— 
1606. 

Great Northern ry. co., new 8 mile 
Cascade tunnel, east portal. 4197. © 
Jan. 12, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 1; J 0—1782. 

Index (Mt.) 4273. © May 1, 1929; 
2 c. May 13 ; J 0—1771. 

And Mt, Persis, 4250. © Apr. 

4, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 22 ; J O— 1609. 

Pinnacles, taken from Lookout 

Point, 4246. © Apr. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
19; J 0—1759. 

• Skykomish Valley and Index 

Canvon, 4249. © Apr. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 19; J O— 1604. 

-71 miles from Seattle on the 

Great northern ry., 4248. © Apr. 4,. 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 19 ; J O— 1603. 

Last shovel full of muck taken out 
of the Great Northern ry. co. new 8 
mile tunnel, Scenic to Berne, Wash., 
about 7 A. M. 12-8-28 : And the min- 
ers who finished the job, 4150; J O — 
1474.— With the Marion steam shovel,. 
4151: J 0—1475. © Dec. 10, 1928; 
2 c. each Apr. 1, 1929. 

Last train load of muck leaving the 
west portal, Scenic, Wash., 12-8-28, 
4152. © Dec. 10, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 1,. 
1929 : J 0—1478. 

Mucking a 30 ft. muck pile in the 
main tunnel at Mill Creek, Great 
Northern ry. co. new 8 mile tunnel, 
crosscut 8, 9-9-28. 4025. © Sept. 11, 
1928 :2 c. Apr. 1. 1929 ; J 0—1479. 

Opening the Great Northern rail- 
road co. new 8 mile tunnel gate, etc., 
4203. © Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 1? 
J O— 1607. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Pickett (Lee) Index, Wash.— Contd. 

4 photographs : 

Conroy (W. E.) and C. O. Jenks 
opening the new Cascade tunnel, 4202 ; 
J O— 1480.— Hill (Louie) jr. riding 
the motor of the last regular train 
no. 4, over the old snow shed route on 
the Great Northern ry., 4215; J O — 
1485. — Kolby bros. making the Great 
Northern ry. co., completed tunnel 
cake, depots, trains, mountains, Puget 
Sound and tunnels, 4220 ; J 0—1484.— 
McNamee (Graham) dean of all Amer- 
ica's broad-casters 1-12-29 at Berne, 
Wash., telling the world of the official 
opening of the Great Northern ry. co. 
new 8 mile tunnel, 4213; J 0—1487. 
© Jan. 14, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 1. 

6 photographs: 

Great Northern ry., 3932; J O— 
1481. — Great Northern ry. Cascade 
Range. 3938; J 0-1482,— Great North- 
ern ry. co. snow sheds, 3936 ; J O — 
1476.— Oriental limited, 3934; J O— 
1477.— Surprise Lake, 3942, 3943; J 
O— 1488, 1489. © July 18, 1928; 2 c. 
each Apr. 1, 1929. 

8 photographs : 

Index Canyon, head of. 4275. — Index 
(Mt.) top ridge, 4274.— Persis (Mt.) 
4276.— Persis (Mt.) west end, 4278.— 
Randolph Canyon on Mt. Persis, head 
of, 4277. — Scott Mountain and north 
fork of the Skykomish River, 4271. — 
Scott Mt., top of. 4272.— Snow Slide 
Gulch, head of. 4270. © May 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. each May 13 ; J 0—1772-1779. 

Pierson (E) Seattle. 8142, 8143 

Business district, aerial photo of, 

354. © Mar. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 

O— 1513. 

Seattle, Wash, greater, a portion of, 

view from New Washington hotel. © 

Mar. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 0—1514. 

Pinaud, inc., New York. 8144 

Youth — now we may have it, etc. 
(In Harper's Bazar, May, 1929) © 
Apr. 30, 1929 ; 1 c. May 8 ; K 4254. 

Pittsburgh equitable meter co., Pitts- 
burgh. 8145-8147 

Combined record gauge chart, PE 
10250. © Feb. 22. 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; I 
764. 

PE 11250. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 767. 

Pressure and volume recording 
gauge chart, 32EM. © Feb. 18, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 17 ; I 770. 

Pittsburgh sun-telegraph, Pittsburgh. 

8148-8157 

Eagleson (Rev. H. M.) Blames rich. 

© Apr. 30, 1929 ; 1 c. May 10 ; K 4276. 



Fiancee greeting Lloyd Waner. Pi- 
rates here, Waner rushes to fiancee. © 
Apr. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. May 2; K 4223. 

Mellon heiress in first time before 
camera. \S prints] © Apr. 24, 1929; 
1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 4399. 

Norris (Frances) on her hospital 
cot. Doesn't remember. © June 1, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 6 ; K 4746. 

Palatial summer home in Sewick- 
ley, where elopers are honeymooning. 
© May 21, 1929 ; 1 c. May 23 ; K 4488. 

Schiller (Mr. and Mrs. Frederic C.) 
Happy honeymooners. © Mav 21, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 23 ; K 4487. 

Schiller and bride. © May 20, 

1929; 1 c. May 23; K 4486. 

Soon they will be married. Rushes 
to fiancee's home. © Apr. 23, 1929; 

1 c. May 2; K 4222. 

Thaden (Mrs. Louise M'Phetridge) 
Woman flier here only to keep house. 
© Apr. 26, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 27 ; K 4398. 

Waner (Lloyd) Frances Mae Sny- 
der. Lloyd AVaner leaves train. © 
Apr. 23, 1929; 1 c. May 2; K 4221. 

Piatt & Munk co., inc., New York. 

8158-8160 

Easy lessons in coloring, 140. © 
Apr. 22, 1929 : 2 c. May 24 ; K 4621. 

Things to color, 135. [Cover de- 
sign] © May 8, 1929; 2 c. June 22; 
K 49S5. 

Young America coloring book. [Cov- 
er design] © Apr. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
24 ; K 4620. 

Playland. Westchester County park 
system, Rye, N. Y. 8161-8187 
Croton Point park on Hudson, bath- 
ing beach. Westchester County park 
system. Rye. N. Y. © Apr. 3, 1929; 

2 c. Apr. S ; K 4122. 

Crugers park on the Hudson, the 
bathing beach. Westchester County 
park system. Rye, N. Y. © Apr. 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; K 4100. 

Kingsland Point park, bathing 
beach. Westchester County park sys- 
tem, Rye. N. Y. © Apr. 3, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 8 ; K 4101. 

Playland. Westchester County park 
system,\Rye, N. Y. : 

Airplane coaster and colonnades.— 
Boardwalk and bathing beach. — Boat- 
ing on Playland Lake. — Cafe des colon- 
nades. — Colonnades of Playland. — ■ 
Entrance to Japanese tea house. — 
Kid's coaster and entrance to play- 
ground. — -Mary's garden in Kiddy- 
land. — Noah's ark and the Tuble 
bug. — Persian sand garden, magic car- 



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no. 2, 1929 



8217 



pet. — Playland baths and the board- 
walk. © Apr. 3, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 
8 ; K 4099, 4102-4111. 

Westchester County park system, 
Hye, N. Y. : 

Bronx River parkway at Bronx- 
ville. — Bronx River parkway at Harts- 
dale. — Bronx River parkway, near 
Hartsdale. — Bronx River parkway 
through Garth Woods. — Bronx River 
parkway, Williamsbridge. — Hutchinson 
River parkway, Pelham. — Playland, 
the Jack and Jill. — Playland, Japanese 
tea house, a favorite restaurant. — 
Playland, Magic carpet and colon- 
nade. — Playland, Playland baths and 
boardwalk. — Tibbetts Brook park, 
boating lake. — Tibbetts Brook park, 
swimming pool. — Willson's Woods, 
swimming pool. © Apr. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 8 ; K 3841-3853. 

Plottle (Edward I.) Scranton, Pa. 

8188, 8189 

[Border of forget-me-nots] © Mar. 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3862. 

Memorial record [design] © Mar. 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3861. 

Popular science pub. co., New York. 

8190-8192 

Racing yachts model, [details] sheet 
2, blueprint 107. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 9; I 626. 

42" hull, sheet 1, blueprint 106. 

© May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 9 ; I 625. 

Tavern table and walnut scroll mir- 
ror, sheet 1, blueprint, 105. © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 13 ; I 628. 

Port of New York authority, New 
York. 8193 

Port of New York district. © Apr. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; J O— 1780. 

Post (William Joseph) Newark, N. J. 

8194 

Washington, D. C, Capitol, thru the 
mist. © Mar. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; J 
O— 1558. 

Post express printing co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 8195-8203 

[Beauty bush. Planting and close- 
up of flower] © May 21, 1929; 2 c. 
June 3 ; K 4712, 

Bronze Darwin tulip. © Apr. 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 1 ; K 4175. 

[Columbia purple raspberry] © 
Apr. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; K 3886. 

[Talisman, rose] © Apr. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 17 ; K 3977. 



[Weigela rosea. Planting and close- 
up of flower] © Mav 21, 1929; £ c. 
June 3 ; K 4713. 

Yellow Darwin tulip. © Apr. 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 1 ; K 4176. 

3 prints : 

[Pink Darwin tulip] ; K 3997 — 
[Purple Darwin tulip] ; K 3998.— 
T Strawberries, cluster of] ; K 3996. © 
Apr. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 19. 

Postuin co., inc., New York. 8204-8211 

Desserts are richer for its tropic 
flavor. [Baker's coconut window card, 
6044] © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 18; 
K 4217. 

Instant Postum, made with hot milk, 
delicious, nourishing, etc. [Instant 
Postum window card, 6039] © Apr. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 18 ; K 4218. 

Tap a tin today. Log cabin syrup. 
[Log cabin window card, 6035-B] © 
Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 18 ; K 4215. 

True woodsy flavor. Log cabin sy- 
rup. [Log cabin window card, 6035- 
C] © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 18; K 
4216. 

4 prints : 

Don't depend on luck in making 
waffles and muffins, use Swans down; 
K 4615. — Successful cake makers use 
Swans down for pies as well as cakes ; 
K 4618. — True economy calls for 
Swans down in all cake making; K 
4616. — You can always make better 
biscuits and cookies with Swans down ; 
K 4617. © May 8, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 
25. 

Pote (Winston Henry) Swampscott, 

Mass. 8212 

Arlington national cemetery, Va., 

amphitheatre. © May 20, 1929; 2 c. 

May 23 ; J 0—1853. 

Poughkeepsie pub. corp.j, Poughkeep- 
• sie, N. Y. 8213 

Doualas (Dorothy) © June 17, 
1929: 1 c June 25; K 5039. 

Pratt & Florea, inc.. New York. 

8214-8217 

Telephone your order. © May 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 5 ; K 4941. 

3 prints : 

Bernie (Ben) and his orchestra. 
Famous radio broadcasters. — [Intag- 
lio gravure box wrapper] — Mary and 
Bob of the True Story hour. Famous 
radio broadcasters. © May 24, 1929; 
2 c. each May 25 ; K 4794, 4793, 4795. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Prentiss (Arthur M.) Portland. Or. 

8218, 8219 

Portland, Or., and Mt. Hood, 1929. 
© May 20, 1929; 2 c. May 6; J O— 
1737. 

From Arlington Heights, 1929. 

© May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 22 ; J O— 
1839. 

Printery, Tampa, Fla. 8220 

Bookmark. [Comic figure of man 
smoking cigar ; small dog at side] © 
Apr. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. May 3 ; K 4619. 

Progressive advertising co., Scraiiton, 
Pa. 8221 

Chef says. © Mar. 7, 1929; 2 c. 
Mar. 27 ; K 3653. 

Providence lithograph co., Providence, 
R. I. 8222-8245 

Missionary lesson. Two Chinese 
boys in hospital. © May 3, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 10; K 42S2. 

6 prints : 

Belshazzar's feast. (Temper- 
ance lesson) — Daniel among the 
lions. — Ezekiel's vision of hope. — 
Ezra's return to Jerusalem. — Rebuild- 
ing the temple. — Return from captivity. 
© Apr. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 18 ; K 
3982-3987. 

6 prints : 

God's love for all people ; K 4227.— 
Missionary lesson. [Chinese child 
with dog] ; K 4229. — Missionary les- 
son. [Chinese woman and child] ; K 
4228. — Preparing a meal for Jesus : 
K 4224.— Review : Stories retold; K 
4225.— Telling about Jesus; K 4226. 
© Apr. 29, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 4. 

11 prints ; 

Child was well again ; K 4018,— Cut- 
ting flowers to give to others ; K 
4021. — Elisha and his servant ; K 
4017.— Esther before the king; K 
4014. — Fiery furnace ; K 4015. — Flow- 
er gifts ; K 4019.— Giving all she had ; 
K 4013.— Good Samaritan; K 4022.— 
Patricia going to meet mother; K 
4023. — -Samuel listening to God ; K 
4020. — What Nair saw in the city; K 
4016. © Apr. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
20. 

Prudential insurance co. of America, 
Newark, N. J. 8246, 8247 

Be on the square with your wife 
and children. (In World's Work, 
June 1929) © May 25, 1929 ; 1 c. Mav 
25 ; K 4586. 

Two widows — the husband of one 
let his life insurance lapse. (In 
World's Work, Apr., 1929) © Mar. 
29, 1929 : 1 c. Apr. 2 ; K 3647. 



Pulitzer pub. co., St. Louis. 

8248-8256 

9 prints : 

Civilization and Uncle Sam ; K 
1380. — Dieu 'e la guerre signe le pacte 
Kellog. [God of war signs the Kel- 
logg pact] ; K 1382. — Europe : Oh when 
will I be able to follow that only nor- 
mal road ; K 1385. — Lady of fashion of 
1878 and the girl of today, etc. ; K 
1386.— Perpetual .* motion; K 1384. — 
Plaza at night; K 1387.— Progress, 
material and spiritual ; K 1383. — Since 
twenty centuries you go on crucifying- 
me ; K 1381. — Soldiers' memorial on 
the Plaza: K 1388. © Dec. 9, 1928 ;. 
1 c. each Dec. 13. 

Pyraglass products, inc., Newburgh, 
N. Y. 8257-8261 

5 prints : 

[God speed] ; K 4317.— [Knight 
time] ; K 4320.— [Old moonlight] ; K 
4319.— [Sabbath morning] ; K 4321.— 
[Water palaces] ; K 4318. © May 10, 
1929; 2 c. each May 11. 

Quarrier studio, inc., Charleston, W. 

Va. 8262 

West Virginia, House of delegates, 

1929. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 13; 

J 0—1323. 

Quigley (Robert Godfrey) Los Ange- 
les. 8263 
Quigley (Robert) These belong to 
me. Carcatures of Norma Shearer, 
Richard Dix, etc. © May 4, 1929 ; 1 c. 
June 26 ; K 5063. 

Quin (Frank) & co., Philadelphia. 

8264 
Mother. 777. © Apr. 4, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 15 ; K 3940. 

Rabkin (William) New York. 

8265-8347 

83 prints : 

After dark, 7338.— Amazon, 1138.— 
Angela mio, 1155. — Artist's dream, 
7351.— Ballet girl, 1166.— Beau sabreur, 
1165.— Bird of Paradise, 1126,— Bo- 
heme, 7358. — Broadway melody, 7335.— 
Broadway princess, 1123. — Cherry blos- 
soms, 7361.— Cinderella, 1169.— Clubs, 
1157. — Come hither, 1135. — Creole 
belle, 1168.— Daddy's darling, 1142.— 
Daredevil, 1164. — Diamonds, 1145. — 
Eager lips, 1137. — Fair co-ed, 1159. — 
Fair lady, 1171. — French frolics, 
1127. — Full house, 7356. — Game chick- 
en, 1133.— Girl with the punch, 7341.— 
Hearts, 1147.— Hearts are trumps, 
7336.— Her morning ablution, 7345.— 
Her private life, 7339. — Hold every- 
thing, 1162.— Hypnatizer, 1129.— In the 



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8379 



star's dressing room, 7363. — Interior 
decorator, 1159. — Is that nice, 1160. — 
June bride, 1139. — Ladies' night in a 
Turkish bath, 7344. — Lady Bountiful, 
1167.— Lady Godiva, 7352.— Life of the 
party, 1158.— Lion tamer, 1149.— Little 
accident, 1156.— Little Egypt, 1125.— 
Lonesome lady, 1134. — Love, 1141. — 
Lucretia Borgia, 1130. — Madame X, 
1154. — Man hunter, 1161. — Masquerade, 
7348. — Maytime, 7346. — Midnight maid, 
7364.— Miss Chicago, 1148.— Miss 1950, 
7337. — Modern Venus, 7343. — Morning 
after the night before, 7350. — My wild 
Irish Rose, 1128. — New moon, 1124. — 
O solo mio, 1146. — Oh, lady, be good, 
1140.— Oh Lady Be Good, 7331.— Orien- 
tal fantasy, 7357. — Pair of queens, 
7353. — Restless sex, 7360. — Romantic 
Ray, 7340.— Senorita, 1136.— Shepherd- 
ess, 1143. — Silk stocking brigade, 
7362.— Singing bird, 1150.— Skin you 
love to touch, 7355. — Spades, 1144.— 
Spirit of Whoopee, 7349. — Spring chick- 
en, 7333.— Springtime, 7342,— Studio 
queen, 1163.— Sunbonnet Sally, 1170.— 
Sunny girl, 1131.— Sunrise, 1172.— 
Sweetheart's revenge, 7347. — Talk of 
New York, 1132. — Time to retire, 
1153.— Tropical fashions, 7354.— Warm- 
ing up, 7334. — Whoopee, 1151. — Winged 
beauty, 7332. © Mar. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
each June 7 ; J O— 1940-2022. 

Radium products corp. of America, 

Nashville, Tenn. 8348 

Three wise men. [Twinkling star 

card! © Mar. 30, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 6; 

K 3709. 

Rainbow extension Corp., Boston. 

8349-8351 

Rainbow money for rainbow auction 
sales. © June 1, 1929; 2 c. June 19; 
K 4910. 

Rainbow money for rainbow auction 
sales. © June 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 27 ; 
K 5061. 

Rainbow money is given free. © 
June 7, 1929; 2 c. June 19; K 4900. 

Rainwater (William) Seattle. 8352 
Dog smoking- set. © 1 c. May 6, 
1929 ; J 0—1738. 

Ranney (Ivor J.) Los Angeles. 8353 
Chord chart and transposing guide. 
© May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. May 25 ; I 683. 

Ranson (Suzanne) Hollywood, Calif. 

8354 
Listen. © 1 c. June 19, 1929; J 

O— 2085. 



Rathgeber (Fay) Hardtner, Kan. 

8355-8357 

3 photographs : 

Tornado picture. — Tornado scene. — 
Tornado view. © June 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each June 17; J 182, 183, 181. 



Rea-Harrison co., St. Paul. 



8358 



Betty Belle paper dolls. 4 sheets. 
© Feb. 11, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 16 ; K 3971. 
Redon (Georges) Paris. 8359-8363 

5 prints : 

Encore un true a se piquer le fess- 
es. Le toucher; K 4249. — Plein les 
yeux. La vue ; K 4247. — Quel boulot 
jour bien vivre. Le gout ; K 4245. — 
Seance est terminee. L'odorat ; K 
4246. — Voix de son maitre. L'ouie ; 
K 4248. © Apr. 4, 1929; 1 c. each 
May 7. 

Reichert & Finck, inc., Chicago. 

8364-8366 

Apartment building, Lake Shore & 
Glenlake ave., Chicago, 111., sheets 1-4. 
Blueprints. © May 10, 1929; 2 c. 
June 14 ; I 741. 

4940 Cornell ave., Chicago, III. 

4 sheets, blueprints. © May 18, 1929; 
2 c. June 14 ; I 739. 

Typical floor plan of apartment 
building to be erected at 4924 Cornell 
ave., Chicago, 111. Blueprint. © Mar. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c June 14 ; I 740. 

Reierson (Carl Richard) Madison.! 

Wis. 8367 

Kohler (Gov.) signing Leif Erick- 

son bill. © May 11, 1929; 2 c. May 

20 ; J O— 2066. • 

Republic flow meters co., Chicago. 

8368-8372 

Correction factors for moisture in 
gas, curve 210. Blueprint. © June 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; I 747. 

Dry gas correction factors, curve 
211. Blueprint. © June 14, 1929; 
2 c. June 17; I 746. 

Republic flow meters co. chart, 6-80. 
© June 25, 1929 ; 2 c. June 28 ; I 806. 

6-1000. © June 26, 1929; 2 c. 

June 28 ; I 807. 

31-5X. © June 25, 1929; 2 c. 

June 28 ; I 805. 

Reuther (H.) New York. 8373 

Piano accordion keyboard chart. © 
1 c. June 7, 1929; I 793. 

Reynolds (B. S.) co., Washington. 

8374-8379 

Washington, D. C. : 

First division monument and War 
and State depts., R-16 ; K 3992.— Lin- 



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Reynolds (B. S.) co. — Continued, 
coin memorial, R-21 ; K 3991.— White 
House, beautiful grounds and south 
front, R-ll; K 3994.— White House, 
lawn and beautiful southern portico, 
R-13; K 3993. © Mar. 6, 1929; 2 c: 
each Apr. 19. 

Washington. D. C, Washington 
monument and Japanese cherry blos- 
soms, Riverside drive, Potomac River, 
4459. © Feb. 5, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 19, 
1929; K 3995. 

— - — White House, south front, vista, 
119635. © Sept. 25, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 

19, 1929; K 3990. 

• 

Richards (Robert H.) Jamaica Plain, 

Mass. 8380 

[Geometrical guide for following the 

outcrop of a coal seam] © 1 c. May 

9, 1929; I 623. 

Richardson (P. Bacon) co., New York. 

8381 
[Policy envelope] © Mar. 26, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 17; K 4169. 

Richman Bros, co., Cleveland. 8382 
Richman's. Business — Golf ■ — Eve- 
ning. [24 sheet poster] 13956. © 
May 4, 1929; 2 c. June 1; K 4665. 

Ricordi (G.) & co., inc., New York. 

8383 
Repertory of the Elizabeth Rodman 
Voorhees chapel choir of the New 
Jersey college of women. [Design] 
©Apr. 20, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 23; 1 c. 
Apr. 29; K 4237. 

Singling bros. and Barnum and Bailey, 
Sarasota, Fla. 8384-8386 

Greatest show on earth. [Colby girl 
rider design. 3 sheet poster] © May 
7, 1929 ; 2 c. May 13 ; K 4327. 

[1-2 sheet poster] © Apr. 8, 

1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 13 ; K 4123. 

Human projectiles. Hugo Zacchini. 
[1 sheet poster] © Apr. 8, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 13 ; K 3937. 

Riskey (Earl N.) Ann Arbor, Mich. 

8387 
Diving chart. © May 17, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 12 ; K 4942. 

Roach-Fowler co., Kansas City. Mo. 

8388-8427 
(Hope of a nation poster series) : 
Ambition, 3 ; K 4978.— Fairpbay, 11 ; 
K 4981.— Good will, 16; K 4982,— 
Peace, 10; K 4980. — Perseverance, 6; 
K 4979.— Reverence, 30; K 4983. © 
June 18, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 22. 



(Hope of a nation poster series) : 
Appreciation, 36 ; K 4396.— Cheerful- 
ness, 32; K 4395.— Courage, 31; K 
4394.— Curiosity, 13; K 4388.— Hon- 
esty, 22 ; K 4390.— Imagination, 11 ; K 
4387.— Industry, 1 ; K 4383.— Kindness, 
14 ; K 4384.— Leadership. 9 : K 4386.— 
Neatness, 26 ; K 4392, — Observation, 8 ; 
K 4385.— Patriotism, 23; K 4391.— Po- 
liteness, 27; K 4393.— Self-reliance, 
38; K 4397.— Temperance. 4; K 4389. 
© May 2, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 9. 
(Hope of a nation poster series) : 
Better speech, 24; K 4366.— Com- 
panionship, 20 : K 4368. — Education, 
2 ; K 4363.— Filial love, 35 ; K 4367 — 
Habit, 40 ; 4364.— Health, 7 ; K 4362.— 
Home influence, 37 ; K 4360. — Punctu- 
ality. 33: K 4365.— Resourcefulness, 
18 : K 4361.— Self control, 7 : K 4359.— 
Will power, 17; K 4369. © May 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. each May 16. 
(Hope of a nation series) : 
Gratitude, 12; K 4654.— Judgement, 
5; K 4653.— Loyalty, 29; K 4658.— 
Obedience. 28 ; K 4657.— Play, 39 ; K 
4660.— Service, 34; K 4659.— Team 
work ; K 4656.— Thrift, 19 ; K 4655. © 
May 24, 1929 ; 2 c. each May 31. 

Roark (M. P.) Cordova, Alaska. 

8428-8431 

Beaver house, Cordova. Alaska. © 
Jan. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Feb. 25 ; J 0—1492. 

3 photographs : 

Ohman (Oscar) 50 years a sour- 
dough; J O — 1750. — Popeeguk. Dog 
sitting; J O — 1752. — Popeeguk. Head 
of dog ; J O— 1751. © Apr. 29, 1929 ; 
2 c. each May 10. 

Roberts (Charles Loring) Los Angeles. 

8432 
Oil derrick foundation where oil well 
is drilled in water. Blueprint. © 1 c. 
Apr. 6, 1929 ; I 495. 

Rocic (Ivan) New York. 8433 

Lyra. © June 13, 1929; 2 c. June 
14 ; I 738. 

Rogers lumber co., McAlester, Okl. 

8434 

Our fixitman. © Apr. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. 
May 1 ; K 4183. 

Rosenfield (Joe) jr., Memphis, Tenn. 

8435 
Tomorrow this unlucky motorist will 
tell the judge, etc. © Mar. 31, 1929; 
1 c. Apr. 15 ; K 3942. 

Rumbolz (E. A.) Lincoln, Neb. 8436 
Lincoln boosters. [Owl perched on 
level; square in background.] © May 
25, 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; K 4839. 



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8482 



Ruth (C. W.) engineerm; 



co., Chicago. 
8437 

[Market houses, auction, cooling 
rooms and trackage on Chicago & 
north western ry., Chicago, 111. 2 
sheets, blueprints] © May 3, 1929; 
2 c. May 27 ; I 690. 

gaalfield pub. co., Akron, O. 8438-8441 

Blue ribbon paint book [cover de- 
sign] 215. © Mar. 28, 1929; 2 c. June 
14 ; K 4834. 

Happy moments painting and draw- 
ing book [cover design] 253. © Mar. 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. June 14 ; K 4833. 

Merry, merry painting, drawing and 
crayoning book [cover design] 255. © 
Apr. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. June 14 ; K 4835. 

Stencil book [cover design] 927. © 
May 22, 1929 ; 2 c. June 17 ; K 4842. 

Sachs (Henry) New York. 8442,8443 
Luther (Martin) minature monu- 
ment. © May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. June 1 ; 
K 4668. 

Oldest windmill on Cape Cod. Wind- 
mill ashtray. © May 31. 1929; 2 c. 
June 1 ; K 5036. 

St. Anthony's guild, Paterson, N. J. 

8444 
[Christ, wearing crown of thorns 
and holding arms outstretched] © 
June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. June 6 ; K 4753. 

Salvati (Dominick) Brooklyn. S445 
Pius XI (.Pope) and King Victor 
Emanuel. © Feb. 25, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 
21 ; J 36. 



Sanden (Arthur G.) South Belling- 
ham, Wash. 8446-8457 

4 drawings : 

[Nine heads on plate 6] ; I 478. — 
[Ovals in a progressive series of 
changes to become a head, plate 3] ; 
I 480. — Relative proportions of the 
head, plate 1; I 481. — [Six heads in 
profile showing skulls, plate 4] ; I 479. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 4, 1929. 

8 drawings : 

[Ear, plate 10] ; I 490.— [Eye, plate 
12] ; I 492. — [Four expressions in a 
girl subject, plate 9] : I 489.— [Mouth, 
plate 13] ; I 493.— [Nine heads, plate 
7] ; I 487.— [Nine heads in different 
positions, plate 5] ; I 486. — [Nine heads 
with expressions, plate 8] : I 488. — 
[Nose, plate 11] ; I 491. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 4, 1929. 

Sanford (Rupert) Brooklyn. 8458 

Williamsburg savings bank. © May 
3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 4 ; J 0—1731. 

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Sawyer (Charles H.) Concord, N. H. 

8459, 8460 

Dawn. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 21 ; 
J 0—1494. 

Shadow Brook. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Mar. 21; J 0—1493. 

Scene & Hurd, Seattle. 8461, 8462 

Aasen (John) and Prince Ludwig, 

world's tallest and smallest movie 

cameramen. © May 11, 1929 ; 2 c. 

May 16 ; J O— 1801. 

Some of these auto drivers ruffle me 

up! © May 1, 1929; 2 c. May 7; J 

0—1745. 

Scene-in-action corp., Chicago. 

8463-8465 

3 photographs : 

Coal. Buy here. Buy now. Point 
of purchase advertising. Stop ! Look ! 
Go radiowise. © 1 c. each May 22, 
1929 ; J O— 1850-1852. 

Schaefer (Walter P.) Chicago. 8466 
Chicago world's fair, 1933. Centen- 
nial celebration. © 1 c. May 22. 1929 ; 
I 679. 

Schechter (Sam A.) New York. 

8467, 8468 
Thoroughfare plan, A, B. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 13, 1929 ; I 519, 520. 

Schenk (Gus Frederick) Los Angeles. 

8469 
Hollywood and Vine from the air. 
© May 13, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; J 138. 



Schloth (Carl Fred) Portland, Or. 

8470-8476 

7 photographs : 

Flamingo. — Getchergoat. — Highway 
sparrows and chica-mule. — Mr. Bozo. — 
Mud hen. — Nilgau. — Windjammer. © 
June 19. 1929; 2 c. each June 24; J 
0—2125-2127. 2124, 2128-2130. 



Schneider (Roland E.) San Diego. 
Calif. 8477-8479 

Fordson tractor. © Apr. 11, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 16; J 0—1594. 

Tractor. © Apr. 11. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
16; J 0—1756. 

Unloading. © Apr. 11, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 16; J 0—1757. 

Schultz (H.) & co., Chicago. 

8480-8482 

3 prints: 

Christmas. [Santa Claus] — Hal- 
loween. [Black cat, etc.] — Thanksgiv- 
ing. [Turkey] © Mar. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each May 13; K 4355-4357. 



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8483 



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Scripps motor co., Detroit. 8483, 8484 
Motorboat bringing Roald Amund- 
sen, Captain Guilhand and others to 
Tromsoe. © Apr. 22, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 
24; J O— 1702. 

Motorboat towing airplane Latham 
to sea. © Apr. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 24 ; 
J O— 1701. 

Sears (Laura E.) Fairfax, Calif. 8485 
Mother's day. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1929 ; 
J 0—1589. 

Seattle horse show assn., Seattle. 

8486 
Seattle international horse show 
[Placard] © Sept. 29, 1928 ; 2 c. June 
18, 1929 ; K 4908. 

:Sedlacek (Karl E.) Los Angeles. 

8487, 8488 

Vases nos. 8 and 9. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 
1928; J 0—1761. 

Nos. 10 and 11. © 1 c. Oct. 

10, 1928; J 0—1762. 

:Seiberth (Christopher) Los Angeles. 

8489 
Spirit of Sequoia. © Mav 1, 1929; 
2 c. May 22 ; K 4466. 

Selden (Harley) Ketchikan, Alaska. 

8490-8498 

9 photographs : 

Brooks pack train. Skagway, 1898 ; 
J 0—2136.— California pack train, 
Skagway, 1898; J 0-2137.— Clearing 
right of way, Broadway. Skagway, W. 
P. & Y. route, June 1889; J. O— 
2138. — Searching for the bodies of the 
Tictims scene of snowslide on Dyea 
trail, 1898; J 0—2141.— Sheep Camp, 
Dyea trail, 1898; J 0—2142.— Smith 
(Soapy) autopsy on body of, showing 
bullet wounds ; J O — 2135. — Smith 
(Soapy) notorious, in the morgue, 
Skagway, Alaska, July 8, 1898; J O— 
'2139.— Smith's (Soapy) grave; J O— 
2143.— White Pass City, old. 1898: J 
O— 2140. © Mar. 15, 1929; 2 c. each 
Apr. 24. 

Sera (Maurice Poirier Jupito) Bur- 
bank, Calif. 8499 
Spirit of night. © Mar. 14, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 25 ; J 0—1469. 

iSeymour (Arthur E.) Roxburv. Mass. 

8500 
Children's compulsory money sav- 
ing bank hook teaches thrift. © Apr. 
1. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 15 ; K 3941. 



Shaw (Charles F.) Ottumwa, la. 

8501-8503 
St. Mary's church, Ottumwa, la. : 
Altar. — Interior, looking north. — In- 
terior, looking south. © May 18, 1929 ; 
2 c. each June 6 ; J 0—1932-1934. 

Shaw (Samuel T.) New York. 8504 
[Reclining nymph] by Warren B. 
Davis. © Mar. 18, 1929; 2 c. May 
6; K 4582. 

Shelley (Walter Frank) Los Angeles. 

8505 
Design 2-AB. [Marine freight ele- 
vator parts. Blueprint] © 1 c. Dec. 
10, 1928; I 15969. 

Shepard (Arthur B.) New York. 8506 

Shepard service stations, standard 

type LH, drawing 1576. Blueprint. 

© Apr. 25, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 29, 1929; 

1 656. 

Shull (Jesse C.) Virginia, 111. 8507 
Earthly pilgrimage of Abraham Lin- 
coln. From log cabin to the White 
house. © Mar. 15. 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 11 ; 
K 3877. 

Sias (Arthur G.) Reading, Mass. 8508 
More truth than poetry. © Mar. 
29, 1929 ; 1 .c. Apr. 2 ; K 3646. 

Simpson (Pfaeffle) San Diego, Calif. 

8509-8517 

Battleship in navy yard, 4009. © 
May 1, 1929 : 2 c. May 15 ; J 0—1784. 

Navy yard cranes, 4021. © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 15 ; J 0—1788. 

Puget Sound navy yard, Wash., 4008, 
4017, 4018, 4023-4025. © May 1, 1929 ; 

2 c. each May 15; J 0—1783, 1785, 
1786, 1789-1791. 

Sh<>ps. 4019. © May 1. 1929; 

2 c. May 15; J 0—1787. 

Sims (A. J.) Toledo. O. 8518, 8519 

Pray my brethren, that my sacrifice 
and yours may be acceptable, etc. 
[Cross and cup] © Mar. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3699. 

— [Cup and altar] © Mar. 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. Mar. 28 ; K 3698. 

Skidmore (William Lorenzo) Idaho 
Falls, Id. 8520 

Apartment house for Mr. S. E. Rich, 
Idaho Falls, Id., sheets 1-9. Blue- 
prints. © 1 c. June 17, 1929; I 748. 

Slevin (L. S.) Carmel, Calif. 8521 
Pebble Beach golf course. © May 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; J 0—2067. 



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Smith (Charles W.) Richmond. 

8522-8524 

[Washington, D. C] : 

[Cathedral] ; K 3870. — [Lincoln 
memorial] : K 3S6S.— [White house] ; 
K 3869. © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Apr. 10. 

Smith (Susie Keef) Mecca. Calif. 

8525-852S 

Trail breakers of the West. Coa- 
chella Valley, Calif. © Apr. 24, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 29; J 0—1763. 

3 photographs : 

Indian Head Rock, Travertine 
Point; J O — 1571. — Palo Verde tree, 
Box Canyon on Sunkist trail ; J O — 
1573. — Sunlight and shadows on Sun- 
kist trail, Coachella Valley; J O— 
1572. © Mar. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 
13. 

Smither (Ethel L.) Cincinnati. 8529 
Course 2, part 4. Japanese clown 
bean bag. Wigwam bank. Sugges- 
tions for party favors. © May 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 27 ; K 4710. 

Smoot engineering corp., New York. 

8530 
Density characteristics of the prod- 
ucts of combustion of fuels, © June 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. June 15 ; I 743. 

Snider (Orville L.) San Leandro, 
Calif. 8531-8533 

3 photographs : 

Franciscan mission, old. Taos, N. 
M., ruins of Taos Indian women win- 
nowing grain. — Taos, N. M. ? pueblo of. 
© May 1. 1929; 2 c. each June 14; J 
0—2144-2146. 

Souren (Kutch D.) Toledo, O. 8534 
Held (Lillian) © Apr. 23, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 29; J 0—1719. 

South Carolina, State of, Columbia. 
S. C. 8535 

South Carolina fruits, vegetables 
and milk naturally contain sufficient 
iodine to provide for the requirements 
of nutrition. © May 23, 1929; 2 c, 
June 6 ; K 4943. 

Sparks fur farms, inc., White Bear 

Lake, Minn. 8536 

Caesar mink, Sparks Hudson Bay 

strain, Sparks fur farms, inc. © 1 c. 

Apr. 15, 1929; J O— 1608. 

Speier (Jeremias) New York. 8537 

[Lady's head with poppies, 6216] 

© May 14, 1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4380. 



Spencer & Wyckoff, Detroit. 8538 

Grand music festival. © Mar. 15, 
1929 : 2 c. Apr. IS ; J 0—1599. 

Spiegel (G. B.) eo., Chicago. 8539 
Messgae. © June 10, 1929; 2 c. 
June 21 ; K 5057. 

Spokane lithographing co., Spokane. 
Wash. 8540 

Forward Spokane. © Apr. 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 13 ; K 4675. 

Spurr (E. Willard) Pasadena. 

8541, 8542 

Be strong again. © May 1, 1929; 
2 c. May 6; J O— 1740. 

Wadsworth (Hiram W.) © June 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 25 ; J 0—2154. 

Squire (Lorene) Harper, Kan. 8543 
Coyote howls after a despairing ef- 
fort to follow me into the chill waters 
of Iron River. © Aug. 12, 1928 ; 2 c„ 
Sept. 24, 1929; J 300181. 

Stacy-Adams co., Brockton, Mass. 

8544 
Stacy-Adams custom grade shoes for 
men. © Apr. 5, 1920 ; 2 c. Apr. 23 ; K 
4128. 

Standard oil co. of New York, New 
York. 8545-8547 

Aha, the road ter roam. [24 sheet 
poster, 9-6-S] © Apr. 5, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 8 ; K 3976. 

C'nion slowpoke. [24 sheet poster, 
9-2-S] © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 25 ; 
K 4132. 

Whoopee. [24 sheet poster, 9-1-S] 
© Dec. 14, 1928; 2 c. Apr. 25, 1929; 
K 4131. 

Standard playing card co., Chicago. 

8548, 8549' 

Marquita. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 3 ; K 3664. 

Sybilla. © Jan. 25, 1929; 2 c. Apr.. 
3 ; K 3663. 

Stanley mfg. co., Dayton, O. 8550 

Stanley, Dayton. [O.] [Knight on 
rampant horse] © Mar. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Apr. 5 ; K 3702. 

Starman studio, Lexington, Ky. 8551 
Kingsport. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1929; J 
0—1647. 

Stearns (F.) co., Detroit. 8552T 

Desert Dry ginger ale. [The Desert 
Dry girl] © Feb. 18, 1929; 1 c. June- 
8; K 4762. 



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8553 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Stehli silks corp., New York. 

8553-8556 

Made gloriously golden by a few 
days of sunlight, etc. Stehli silks. (In 
Junior League Magazine, May, 1929) 
© Apr. 20, 1929 ; 1 c. May 8 ; K 4252. 

Serenely poised upon the very pin- 
nacle of chic, etc. Stehli silks. (In 
Harper's Bazar, May. 1929) © Apr. 
30, 1929 ; 1 c. May 8 ; K 4253. 

She has that wordless something 
about her. Stehli silks. In Harper's 
Bazar, Apr., 1929) © Mar. 25, 1929 ; 
1 c. May 3 ; K 4230. 

To remember every single design in 
a new group of Stehli prints, etc. 
Stehli silks. (In Harper's Bazar, June, 
1929) © May 30, 1929; 1 c. June 10; 
K 4759. 

Sterling (Joseph S.) Lake Placid, 
N. Y. 8557 

Sterling's superior Quebec mink. © 
Jan. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 46. 

Stetten (Berthold von) Aystetten near 
Augsburg, Bavaria, Germany. 

8558-8560 
3 prints : 

[Eckener (Dr. Hugo)] — [Eckener 
(Dr. Hugo) commander of the Graf 
Zepellin] — [Eckener (Knud) the air- 
ship hero] © Dec. 19, 1928; 1 c. each 
Feb. 25 ; 1 c. each Apr. 9 ; K 3973-3975. 

Stevens (Ernest J.) San Francisco. 

8561, 8562 

Map of the planetary man, 10. © 
May 27, 1929 ; 2 c. May 29 ; I 712, 

Stevens occult chart, 9. © May 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 29 ; I 711. 

Steward (Howard W.) Cordova, 
Alaska. 8563, 8564 

Malamute at home. A, B. © Nov. 
30, 1927 ; 2 c. each June 7, 1929 ; J 159, 
160. 
Stiefel (H.) co. New York. 8565 

[Drawing for embroidery, style S. 
G. C. I] © 1 c. June 24, 1929 ; I 797. 
Stonisch (Theodore) Detroit. 8566 

[Formula chart] © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1929; I 484. 

Storkline furniture corp., Chicago. 

8567 
[Storkline cut out stork] © Mar. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. May 6 ; K 4214. 

Suchy (Arthur Bartholomew) Cleve- 
land. 8568 
Ohio, Buckeye state, 17th. state ad- 
mitted to the Union in 1803. © May 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. May 29 ; J 142, 



Swadley (William W.) San Francisco. 

8569-8571 

Leaving the dock. © Apr. 2, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 24 ; J 0—1674. 

Moonlight on San Francisco Bay. © 
Apr. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 24 ; J O— 1793. 

Sailing day at San Francisco. © 
Apr. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 24 ; J O— 1810. 
Swett (Morris) Fort Sill, Okl. 8572 

Lindbergh (Col.) at Fort Sill, Okl., 
Feb. 23, 1929. © Feb. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Apr. 6; J 51. 

Swinnerton (James) Palo Alto, Calif. 

8573. 8574 

Near-to-nature babies. (In Good 
Housekeeping, May, 1929) © Apr. 
25, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 18; K 4024. 

(In Good Housekeeping, June, 

1929) © May 25, 1929; 1 c. May 18; 
K 4417. 

Tailoring arts pub. co., New York. 

8575, 8576 
Tailoring arts pub. co. Plate, A, B. 
© June 10, 1929; 2 c. each June 28; 
K 5066, 5067. 

Talbott (Raymond C.) Glendale, 

Calif. 8577 

Glendale, Calif., Grand central air 

terminal, dedication. © Feb. 22, 

1929; 2 c. Apr. 8 ; J 53. 

Tanhauser (Theresa B.) Detroit. 

8578 
We'll fill that chair with a compe- 
tent employee. © May 8, 1929; 2 c. 
May 20: K 4484. 

Terry (Neita Lewis) Carlton. Or. 

8579, 8580 

Block house, Grande Ronde, Or., 
south and west corners. © Mar. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 8 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; J O— 
1758. 

Grande Ronde, Or. block house, east 
front, June 7, 1911. © Mar. 28, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 8 ; J 0—1543. 

Texas co., Los Angeles. 8581, 8582 
Contour map no. 64. © Apr. 22, 

1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 29 ; J 0—1717. 

Santa Paula. Ventura County. Calif. 

© Apr. 22, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 29; J O— 

1718. 

Thol (Henry) Kalispell, Mont. 8583 
Autumn. © May 7, 1929; 2 c. May 
11; J O— 1770. 

Thomas (Powell) San Diego, Calif. 

8584 
Tactical coordinate protractor. © 
1 c. June 15, 1929; I 745. 



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no. 2. 1929 



8623 



Thompson (Earl) posture seating, 
inc., New York. 8585-8589 

Wyoming school, Millburn, N. J. : 
Grade one, silent reading and li- 
brary groups. — Grade three, individ- 
ual study and library groups. — Grade 
three, penmanship and 1 i b r a r y 
groups. — Kindergarten. — View of. © 
May 28, 1929; 2 c. each June 18; J 
O— 2076, 2075, 2077-2079. 

Toledo news-bee, Toledo, O. 8590 

Barnett (David A.) Held for kid- 
naping. © Jan. 25, 1929; 1 c. Jan. 

2^ : K 2759. 

Torreus (Joseph) Montclair, N. J. 

8591 
Central minstrels. © May 17, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 19 ; K 4911. 

Tower (Gilbert S.) Cohasset, Mass. 

8592 
Air view of the operation of your 
personal finances. Blueprint. © 1 c. 
May 22, 1929; I 674. 

Tremaine (Lewis N.) Buffalo. 8593 

Peace bridge across Niagara River 

Buffalo, N. Y. to Fort Erie, Canada. 

© Apr. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. June 10 ; J 180. 

Trowitzsch & sohn, kunstverlag, 
Frankfurt Oder, Germany. 

8594, 8595 

[Laughing cavalier; by Frans Hals] 

© Apr. 3, 1929; 1 c. Apr. 16; K 3978. 

[Sacred happiness] by C. Frosehl. 

© June 10, 1929; 1 c. June 27; K 

5065. 

Trunks and leather goods, New York. 

8596, 8597 

Buy a wallet for the new size mon- 
ey. (In Trunks and Leather Goods, 
June 1929) © June 7, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
14; K 4945. 

Uncle Sam is preparing new money. 
What are you doing about new bill- 
folds? (In Trunks and Leather 
Goods, Apr., 1929) © Apr. 10, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 27 ; K 4147. 

Trust companies magazine, New York. 

8598 
[ Corporate trustee — Father — Protec- 
tor of generations] © Mar. 26, 1929; 
2 c. Mar. 19; K 4354. 

Tuck (Raphael) & sons, ltd., London. 

8599-8602 

4 prints : 

Brittania leads ; by Bernard Grib- 
Me: K 4402.— [Drake's return from 



his voyage 'round the world ; by Ber- 
nard Gribble] ; K 4403. — [Good run ; 
by Harington Bird] ; K 4401. — [Where 
summer weaves her magic spell ; by 
Flora Pilkington] ; K 4404. © June 
26, 1928; 1 c. each July 6. 

Underbill (Irving) New York. 

8603-8613 

Gate of Heaven cemetery bridge, Mt. 
Pleasant, N. Y., B53091, B53092, © 
Apr. 25, 1929; 2 c. each Apr. 26; J 
O— 1709, 1710. 

New York (City) : 

42nd st. and Lexington ave., Chanin 
bldg., B52521C, C19372R ; J O— 1708, 
1707.— New York central bldg., C19297 ; 
J 0—1713.— Park ave. and 59th St., 
Hotel Delmonico, C 18780 ; J 0—1711. 
© Apr. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 26. 

Newark, N. J., 540 Broad st., New 
Jersey Bell telephone bldg., B 52777. 
© Apr. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 26 : J O— 
1712. 

4 photographs : 

Broad st. north from Stone St., B 
52314; J O— 1802.— New York (City) 
New York Central bldg. Vanderbilt and 
45th St., C 19208; J O— 1805.— New 
York (City) New York Central bldg., 
45th st. and Depew pi., C 19209 ; J O— 
1804.— Newark, N. J., N. J. Bell tele- 
phone bldg., 540 Broad st., B 52776; 
J O— 1803. © May 16, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
May 17. 

Underwood & Underwood, inc., Chi- 
cago. 8614-8623 

Fee (Claribel) © 1 c. June 10, 1929 ; 
J 214063. 

George (King) and Queen Mary. 
King George's first day out since his 
illness, Bangor, England, 1. 2. © Mar. 
13, 1929 ; 2 c. each Mar. 30 ; J 214061, 
214062. 

Hearst (Mrs. William R.) home of, 
interior, showing: 

Banquet hall, 8408D3 ; J 214066.— 
Main library, 8404D3 ; J 214064.— 
Main reception hall, 8401D3 ; J 
214067.— North library, 8405D3 ; J 
214065.— South library, 8402D3 ; J 
214068. © June 15, 1929; 2 c. each 
June 22. 

Hearst (Mrs. William Randolph) 
home of, showing banquet hall, inte- 
rior, 8409D3. © June 15, 1929; 2 c. 
June 22 ; J 214069. 

New York (City) Central park, gen- 
eral view of, 8986D3. © May 14, 1929 ; 
2 c. May 20 ; J O— 1807. 



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8624 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



U. S. coast guard academy athletic 
assn., New London, Conn. 

8624, 8625 

Bear (U. S. coast guard cutter) 
From painting by Charles Robert Pat- 
terson. © Apr. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 27 ; 
J 80. 

[From painting by Charles Rob- 
ert Patterson] © May 3, 1929; 2 c. 
May 3 ; K 4196. 

United States fashion co., Chicago. 

8626-8635 

10 prints : 

Double-breasted Raglan overcoat, 
785 ; K 4819. — Two-button conservative 
sack, 701; K 4811.— Two-button sack 
with peaked lapels, 782; K 4816.— 
Three-button conservative sack, 702; 
K 4812, — Young men's one-button sack, 
705. Young men's two-button double- 
breasted sack, 706; K 4814. — Young 
men's three-button double-breasted 
overcoat, 786; K 4820. — Young men's 
three-button sack, 783; K 4817.— 
men's two-button sack, 703, 704, 781, 
784; K 4813, 4815, 4818. © Apr. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 14. 

Van Alen (William) New York. 8636 
Spanish villa. [Plans. • 4 sheets, 
blueprints] © 1 c. May 14, 1929; I 
631. 

Van de Mark (Curtis W.) Cincinnati. 

8637-8639 

3 prints ; 

Health-o quality products co. [Let- 
terhead] — Van says. Van himself. — 
Van speaking-broadcasting money 
making ideas, etc. © Mar. 11, 1929; 
2 c. each Apr. 22 ; K 4125-4127. 

Van Natta studio, Lake Wales, Fla. 

8640-8642 

3 photographs : 

Mt. Lake sanctuary, 1 ; J O — 1716. — 
Singing tower, 6 ; J O — 1715. — Singing 
tower, interior, 1; J O — 1714. © Apr. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 27. 

Veesaert (Elmer V.) Granite City, 111. 

8643 
Be square. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
27; J 133. 

Vernon (Rhea J.) Sweetwater, Tex. 

8644 
Funeral in a Texas mutual and re- 
ciprocal graveyard. © Mar. 16, 1929; 
2 c. Apr. 5 ; K 4944. 

Via (G. Guy) Hilton Village, Va. 

8645 
Patternmaking. [Trade analysis] 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1929 ; I 604. 



Vicars bros., London. 8646 

[Golden age; by Sydney E. Wilson. 

after the painting by Joshua Reynolds] 

© Apr. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 22 ; K 4098. 

Vickers (A. Sherlock) Detroit. 8647 

Cosmic key of life [in triangles and 

circles] © May 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Mav 17 ; 

1 665. 

Vogelmann (J. Anthony) New York. 

8648 
Balanced-tone carillon music. Bell- 
domes, belldomettes, belloramas, dura- 
bells and bell data. Blueprint. © 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 17 ; I 535. 

Walker (Robert C.) New York. 8649 
Tentative design for maximum floor 
panel, Bethlehem steel co. office build- 
ing, South Bethlehem, Pa. Blueprint. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1929 ; I 713. 

Walker (Thaddeus) Detroit. 8650 

Board for teaching card games. 

16012-3. © Apr. 10, 1929; 2 c. June 
6 ; J 0—1935. 

Walker art studios, Montrose, Col. 

8651 
Peace pipe. © Feb. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr.. 
8 ; J 0—1515. 

Ward (Kenneth B.) Chicago. 8652 
Standardizing the calendar. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1929 ; I 794. 

Waterman (C. E.) San Diego. Calif. 

8653-8655 
Altair (U. S. S.) © June 24, 1929; 

2 c. June 28; J 0—2363. 

Borie, 215 (U. S. S.) © May 22. 
1929 ; 2 c. May 28 ; J 0—1891. 

J. D. Edwards, 216 (U. S. S.) © 
Apr. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. May 6 ; J 0—1879. 

Waters (George L.) Salt Lake Citv. 

8656: 
Vigilance. © May 14, 1929; 2 c. 
May 18 ; J O— 1806. 

Waters & Hainlin studios, Oakland. 

Calif. 8657 

Stanford-California big [football] 

game, 1928. © Dec. 31, 1928 ; 2 c. Apr. 

8, 1929; J 0—1577. 

Watson (George L.) New York. 8658 

City of Woonsocket, R. I., plans for 

sewage disposal works. 22 sheets. 

blueprints. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1929 ; I 580. 



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8781 



Webb (Gregory Burkitt) New York. 

8659-8668 

Cypress Hills memorial, Cypress 
Hills, Brooklyn, N. Y. Blueprint : 

Plan of chapel floor; I 556.— Plan 
of first floor; I 554. — Plan of second 
floor; I 555. © Apr. 22, 1929; 2 c. 
each Apr. 17. 

Montefiore temple of rest, Montefiore 
cemetery, Queens Co., N. Y. [Blue- 
print] : 

Plan of first floor. — Plan of second 
floor. © 1 c. each June 25, 1929; I 
800. 801. 

Roosevelt temple of rest, Roosevelt 
cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa., floor plan. 
[Blueprint] © 1 c. June 5, 1929; I 
721. 

© 1 c. June 25, 1929 ; I 799. 

3 drawings, blueprints : 

Community mausoleum for Chelten 
Hills cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa., plan 
of main floor. — Mausoleum for Chelten 
Hills cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa., floor 
plan. — Mausoleum for Holy Cross cem- 
etery, Brooklyn, N. Y., plan of main 
floor. © 1 c. each June 6, 1929 ; I 726, 
727, 728. 



"Weber baking co., Los Angeles. 



8669-8764 



24 prints 



Billy's goatee. — Camera bird.— Cat- 
fish. — Dodo bird. — Fiddling cricket. — 
Friendly dragon.— Gay dog. — Goblin. — 
Grasshopper guide. — Leopard's spots. — 
Lost and found. — Lost trunk. — Musical 
frog. — New bait. — Nickel Indian. — Or- 
phan sardine. — Oyster's pearls. — Poor 
butterfly. — Proud rose. — Sea horse. — 
Star gazing. — Stung. — Too many 
feet.— Wise owl. © Jan. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Apr. 8 ; K 3793-3816. 

72 prints : 

Afternoon tea. — All aboard. — Bat- 
tery man. — Billy's goatee. — Bubble 
tree. — Building a snowman. — Camera 
bird. — Careless potato. — Catfish. — 
Clean up. — Cutting up. — Dainty dish. — 
Date tree. — Dodo bird. — Down to 
breakfast. — Easter bunny. — Fancy 
ball. — Fiddling cricket. — Filling sta- 
tion. — Flying cow. — Foot of the rain- 
bow. — Fountain. — Friendly dragon. — 
•Gay dog. — Goblin. — Goldfish. — Grass- 
hopper. — Happy kettle. - — Helping 
hand. — Ice cream mountain. — Ice skat- 
ing. — Ink well. — Into the cobweb. — In- 
vestigation. — King of hearts. — Last 
bell. — Leopard's spots. — Little ferry. — 
Lost and found. — Lost trunk. — Magic 
grass. — Magic nuts. — Making toast. — 
Man in the moon. — Mermaid queen. — 

64337—29 6 161 



Movie star. — Musical frog. — New 
bait. — Nickel Indian. — Orphan sar- 
dine. — Oyster's pearls. — Parade. — Peli- 
can. — Playing cook. — Playing golf. — 
Poor butterfly. — Proud Rose. — Rising 
generation. — Safety first. — Sea horse. — 
Service for Teddy. — Sledding. — Some 
brush work. — Star gazing. — Stuck up 
stamp. — Study hour. — Stung. — Taxi ? — 
Team work. — Too many feet. — Waiting 
for Santa. — Wise owl. © Jan. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 8 ; K 3721-3792. 

Wedemeyer (George) New Orleans. 

8765 
Red hot specials. © Mar. 1, 1929; 
2 c. May 27 ; K 4607. 

Welles (F. J.) Greenwood Lake, N. Y. 

8766-8770 

Draak's (Tom) pine terrace. © 
May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. May 3 ; J O— 1730. 

Greenwood Lake road from Lew 
Degraws in winter. © Apr. 1, 1929 
2 c. Apr. 2 ; J 0—1470. 

Methodist church. © Apr. 4, 1929 
2 c. Apr. 5 ; J 0—1552. 

Mt. Peter road. © Apr. 4, 1929 
2 c. Apr. 5 ; J O— 1508. 

Willow wisp bungalow in winter. 
© Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 2; J O— 
1553. 

Welters (Edward A.) Jacksonville, 
Fla. 8771-8778 

Beauty unadorned. © Mar. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 16; J 66. 

Pearls before beauty. © Mar. 11, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 16; J 65. 

6 prints: 

[Dreamland] — [Mirrored sweet- 
ness] — [Sprayed fascination]— [Sweet 
kiss] — [Toilet comfort] — [Two perfec- 
tions. Perfect model and a perfect 
dentifrice] © Mar. 11. 1929; 2 c. each 
Apr. 16; K 3954-3959. 

Wemple (Mary Glassell) Shreveport, 

La. 8779 

Wemple (Mary) KTSL fun lady. 

© May 23, 1929 ; 1 c. May 27 ; K 4611. 

Westcott & Mapes, inc., New Haven. 
Conn. 8780 

Proposed 6 story warehouse at E. 
140th st. between Gerard ave. & Har- 
lem River, sheets 1-6. Blueprints. © 
Nov. 26, 1927; 2 c. June 10, 1929; 
I 731. 

Western electric co., inc., New York. 

8781 
Headaches are danger signals. © 
Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 2 ; K 3648. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Western electro-mechanical co., inc., 
Oakland, Calif. 8782-8784 

Load curve chart, S-20. © Feb. 18, 
1929; 2 c. June 17; I 769. 

S-40. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17; I 772. 

S-80. © Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. 

June 17 ; I 771. 

Western lithograph co., Wichita. 8785 
Bread, milk, fruit and vegetables a 
balanced diet. [National food bureau 
poster] © Mar. 7, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 
30; K 4191. 

Western reserve woolen co., Cleveland. 

8786 
Dozen reasons why yoh should wear 
our (custom tailored) clotbes. © 
Apr. 17, 1929 : 2 c. Apr. 20 ; K 4012. 

Wetzel, inc., New York. 8787-8790 

[Norfolk jacket with two side front 
pleats, belt all around] © Apr. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 20; K 4011. 

[Single-breasted 3 button stitched 
edge sport suit, 72] © Mar. 21, 1929 ; 
2 c. Apr. 4 ; K 4034. 

[Three button cutaway riding 
coat.] © Apr. 15, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 20; 
K 4010. 

[3 button double breasted polo coat, 
73.] © Mar. 21, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 4; K 
3700. 

Wheat (Calvin) studio, Houston, Tex. 

8791 
Gulf bidg. © Apr. 21, 1929; 2 c. 
May 25; J 0—1855. 

White (Helen A.) New London, Conn. 

8792 
[Animated pictorial globe illustrat- 
ing the voyages and discoveries of the 
early explorers] © 1 c. June 21, 1929 ; 
I 795. 

White (Joseph J.) inc., New Lisbon, 
N. J. 8793 

Blueberries, W 28-14. © May 6, 
1929; 2 c. May 10; J 106. 

White (Nellie Reid) Boise, Idaho. 

8794 
Vanishing mustang. © 1 c. May 18, 
1929; J 0—2148. 

White Mt. studio., Littleton, N. H. 

8795, 8796 

Whitefield, N. H., aerial view. © 
June 22, 1929; 2 c. June 25; J O— 
2153. 

Mountain View house, 'plane 

view. © June 22, 1929 ; 2 c. June 25 ; 
J 0—2152. 



Whitney (Edwin D.) Lansing, Mich. 

879T 
Leelenau {Princess) © June 3. 
1929 ; 2 c. June 6 ; J 0—1925. 

Wilcox (Clarence Eugene) Gardiner,. 
Mont. 8798-8800 

3 photographs : 

Bull moose. — Lady moose. — Twin 
moose in velvet, (c) May 4, 1929: 1 c. 
each May 14 ; 1 c. each May 31 ; J 
155-157. 

Wilde (Max) Valley, Wy. 8801 

On the trail at sunset. © Apr. 19,. 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 25; J O— 1703. 

Wilkinson (Jennie Warder) Los An- 
geles. 8802 
[Spectrum colors for horoscope de- 
lineation] © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1929 ; I 55S. 

Willard (Stephen H.) Palm Springs. 
Calif. 8803-8813 

Breath of the desert. © Apr. 1. 
1929; 2 c. Apr. 9; J 0—1588. 

San Jacinto (Mt.) from Two Bunch 
palms. © Feb. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 9 : 
J 0—1587. 

685, 1975, 1977. © Apr. 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Apr. 9; J 0—1578, 15S4- 
1586. 

1576, 1577. © Feb. 10, 1929; 2 c. 
each Apr. 9; J 0—1579, 1580. 

1580, 1581. © Feb. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
each Apr. 9; J 0—1581, 1582. 

1585. © Feb. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 9;: 
J 0—1583. 



Weldon) 



Lamar,. 

SS14 



Williams (George 
Col. 

[Hello-world-auto-camp. Globe of 
world] © 1 c. May 6, 1929 ; I 619. 



Wilson (Edwin Bird) inc., New York. 

8815 
Linking America's great cities with 
Paterson. © May 28, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
6 ; K 4745. 

Winter (Alice Beach) New York. 

8816-8818- 

Little boy traveler. © May 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. May 2 ; K 4635. 

O God, how wonderful thou art. © 
May 16, 1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 4639. 

Polly and the company. © May 1, 
1929; 2 c. May 2; K 4636. 

Wireman (Katherine R.) German- 
town, Pa. 8819- 
Guest. © May 1, 1929; 2 c. May 2; 
K 4638. 



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Wohlgemuth & Lissner, Berlin. 

8820-8824 
[Garden flowers] 801, 802, by Joseph 
Frank. © Dec. 15, 192S ; 1 c. each 
May 24, 1929; K 4783, 4784. 
3 prints : by Anna Gasteiger : 
[Camellias] : K 4787. — [Gerani- 
ums] ; K 4785.— [Yellow tulips] ; K 
4786. © Mar. 15, 1929; 1 c. each May 
24. 

Woman's world magazine co.. inc., Chi- 
cago. 8825-8828 

Woman's world the small town 
magazine of America. June 1929. 
[Calendar] © May 29, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
31 ; K 4661. . 

July, 1929. r Calendar] © 

June 6, 1929 ; 1 c. June 8 ; K 4758. 

August, September 1929. [Cal- 
endars] © June 14. 1929; 2 c. each 
June 17 ; K 4837, 4838. 

Woodbury granite co.. inc., Burlington, 
Vt. 8829-8840 

Mausoleum design, 138. Blueprint: 
Cross section, sheet 6 ; I 649. — Front 
elevation, sheet 1 ; I 644. — Ground 
plan, sheet 4 ; I 647. — Longitudinal sec- 
tion, sheet 5: I 648. — Rear elevation, 
sheet 3; I 646. — Side elevation, sheet 
2 ; I 645. © 1 c. each May 16, 1929. 
Mausoleum design 139. Blueprint: 
Cross section, sheet 6 ; I 655. — Front, 
sheet 1; I 650. — Longitudinal section, 
sheet 5 : I 654. — Plan, sheet 4 ; I 653. — 
Rear, sheet 3; I 652.— Side, sheet 2; 
I 651. © 1 c. each May 16, 1929. 

Woolf (Elinor J. R. Regent) Charles- 
ton, W. Ya. 8841 
Boone's (Daniel) cave. © Nov. 10, 
1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 18 ; J 0—1880. 



Woolworth (F. W.) co., New York. 

8842, 8843 

[Juvenile design for 1929] © Apr. 
1, 1929 ; 1 c. June 8 ; K 4760. 

[Patch work design for 1929] © 
Apr. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. June 8 ; K 4761. 

Wragg (Lulu M.) Spokane, Wash. 

8844 
Happy highway games. © Oct. 3, 
1928 ; 2 c. Mar. 12, 1929 ; K 3863. 

Wynne-Boy den (Luna) Greensboro, 
N. C. 8845,8846 

Water shadows. © June 3, 1929; 
2 c. June 7 ; J 0—1938. 

Wildwood mirror. © June 3, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 7 ; J 0—1939. 

Young (F. Liley) Jamaica Plain, N. Y. 

8847 
Everybody's bedtime. © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. May 2 ; K 4637. 

Zimmer (Ludo Little) Cleveland. 

8848, 8849 

Basic layout chart of the Zimmer 
airways code, alternate plan. © 1 c. 
May 27, 1929 ; I 692. 

Zimmer air marker design. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1929; I 596. 

Zuber (Ed.) Union City, N. J. 8850 
[Drawing for embroidery, style S. E. 
F. 2] © 1 c. May 8, 1929 ; I 620. 

Zuckerbrocl (Joseph) Elizabeth, N. J. 

8851 
[Dresses] © Aug. 8, 1928 ; 2 c. Aug. 
10 ; K 238737. 

Zuckerman (Hynian) Brooklyn. 8852 
[Angle trisected with compass and 
ruler. Blueprint] © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1929 ; 
I 483. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 
1929: 

Reproductions of works of art 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character 

(including 343 one-copy entries) 774 

Photographs (including 127 one-copy entries) 2,023 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 2,519 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) 4,903 

Total 7,700 



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'PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[8852 



Edson (William) 1 

Lloyd's hygrodeik. Print. © Ma- 
bel Edson, Dorchester, Mass., as the 
child of the deceased author. R 3256, 
Apr. 17, 1929. 

Kimball (Willis G. C.) 2-14 

Guests listening to address of wel- 
come from Mrs. Eddy, Pleasant View, 
June 25, 1901. Photograph. © Wil- 
lis G. C. Kimball, Woburn, Mass., and 
Edith Kimball Baker, North Hampton, 
N. H., as children of the deceased au- 
thor. R 3191, Apr. 6, 1929. 

Pleasant View, from daisy field near 
pond, glimpse of. Photograph. © 
Willis G. C. Kimball, W T oburn, Mass., 
and Edith Kimball Baker, North 
Hampton, N. H., as children of the de- 
ceased author. R 3200, Apr. 6, 1929. 

■ From near summer house. Pho- 
tograph. © Willis G. C. Kimball, Wo- 
burn, Mass., and Edith Kimball Baker, 
North Hampton, N. H., as children of 
the deceased author. R 3198, Apr. 6, 
1929. 

From pond. Photograph. © 

Willis G. C, Kimball, Woburn, Mass., 
and Edith Kimball Baker, North 
Hampton, N. H., as children of the 
deceased author. R 3193, Apr. 6, 
1929. 

Front of house. Photograph. 

© Willis G. C. Kimball. Woburn, 
Mass., and Edith Kimball Baker. North 
Hampton, N. H, as children of the 
deceased author. R 3194, Apr. 6, 
1929. 

House and lawn, stable beyond. 

Photograph. © Willis G. C. Kimball, 
Woburn. Mass.. and Edith Kimball 
Baker, North Hampton. N. H, as chil- 
dren of the deceased author. R 3201. 
Apr. 6, 1929. 

Large number of guests in front 

of house. Photograph. © Willis G. 
C. Kimball, Woburn, Mass., and Edith 
Kimball Baker, North Hampton. N. H., 
as children of the deceased author. R 
3199, Apr. 6, 1929. 

Looking towards house from 

stable. Photograph. © Willis G. C. 



Kimball, Woburn, Mass., and Edith 
Kimball Baker, North Hampton, N. 
H., as children of the deceased author. 
R 3195, Apr. 6, 1929. 

Pond and boat house. Photo- 
graph. © Willis G. C. Kimball, Wo- 
burn, Mass., and Edith Kimball Bak- 
er, North Hampton, N. H., as children 
of the deceased author. R 3189, Apr. 
6, 1929. 

Porte cochere and tower. Pho- 
tograph. © Willis G. C. Kimball, Wo- 
burn, Mass., and Edith Kimball Baker, 
North Hampton, N. H, as children of 
the deceased author. R 3190, Apr. 6, 
1929. 

' South and east side. Photo- 
graph. © Willis G. C. Kimball, Wo- 
burn, Mass., and Edith Kimball Bak- 
er, North Hampton, N. H., as children 
of the deceased author. R 3196, Apr. 
6, 1929. 

South side from path to pond. 

Photograph. © Willis G. C. Kimball, 
Woburn, Mass., and Edith Kimball 
Baker, North Hampton, N. H., as chil- 
dren of the deceased author. R 3197, 
Apr. 6, 1929. 

Visitors on lawn between house 

and pond. Photograph. © Willis G. 
C. Kimball, Woburn, Mass., and 
Edith Kimball Baker, North Hampton, 
N. H., as children of the deceased 
author. R 3192, Apr. 6, 1929. 

Singley (B. Lloyd) 15-133 

Alcatroz Island from Sausalito fer- 
ry. San Francisco, Calif., U. S. A., 
11674. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3467, May 21, 1929. 

Alpine road, Axenstrasse above 
Brunnen. Switzerland, 10755. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley. Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3122, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Alpnaeh Gorge, near Meiringen, 
Switzerland. 10787. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3130, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Altdorf, Switzerland, scene of the 
exploits of William Tell, 10791. Pho- 



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tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville. Pa., as the author. It 3131, Mar. 
9, 1929. 

Approach to Murren, Switzerland. 
The Mittaghorn, Grasshorn and Brei- 
thorn Mountains. 10773. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., 
as the author. R 3125, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Arrival of the Sultan of the Twelve 
Thousand Island, Colombo, Ceylon, 
12106. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 3460, May 21, 1929. 

Axenstrasse and the lovely Lake 
Lucerne, Switzerland, 10756. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3123, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Baggage man in Japan. Ready for' 
the mountains, 14018. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3053, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Boston, Mass., bird's-eye view of T- 
wharf, U. S. A., 11681. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3473, May 21, 1929. 

Cleanliness is next to Godliness. A 
Japanese bath, 14021. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3037, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Colombo, Ceylon, Cotta temple, the 
pagoda, a Buddhist shrine, 12104. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3459, 
May 21, 1929. 

Hindu temples, 12103. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3458, May 21, 
1929. 

Colombo harbor from the landing 
jetty, Ceylon. 12101. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3456, May 21, 1929. 

Colombo laundry, Ceylon, 12107. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3461, 
May 21, 1929. 

Color company marching to the par- 
ade ground, Berlin, Germany, 10329. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3111, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

Copenhagen, Denmark, Frederiks- 
holms canal and Thorvaldsen museum, 
13076. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3103, Mar. 9, 1929. 

■ Overlooking the Amalienborg 

square from the dome of the Marble 
church, 13079. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3106, Mar. 9, 1929. 



Queen Louise bridge, 13080. 

Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3107, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

Round tower, 13077. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3104, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Cuirassier guards marching to the 
autumn parade at Berlin, Germany, 
10332. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3113, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Cutting timber in the state of Wash- 
ington, 9323. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 3045, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Daibutsu, the colossal bronze statue 
of Buddha, Kamakura, Japan, 14009. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3075, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Durban, South Africa, Town hall 
froni the park, 11983. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3082, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Empress' bodyguard marching to the 
parade, Berlin, Germany, 10330. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3112, Mar. 
9, 1929. 

Entrance hall of the New Rathhaus, 
Hamburg, Germany, 10324. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3108, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Farm scene in Korea — making hay, 
14077. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3058, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Filling the trucks with gold quartz, 
10th level, Robinson mine, Johannes- 
burg, South Africa, 11981. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3102, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Finger prints of the Creator, Colo- 
rado, 11645. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 3097, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Fluelen on Lake Lucerne, Switzer- 
land, 10772. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 3124, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Fuji-Yama (Mt.) Silver-crested 
Fuji-Yama, the world renowned sacred 
mountain of Japan, 14011. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3077, Mar. 23> 
1929. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Singley (B. Lloyd ) —Continued. 

Galle, Ceylon, Sea street, 12110. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3462, 
May 21, 1929. 

Garden of Gethsemane and Mount 
of Olives. Jerusalem, Palestine, (a) 
11002. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3465, May 21, 1929. 

Garfield memorial, Lake view ceme- 
tery, Cleveland, Ohio, U. S. A., 497. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3479, 
May 21, 1929. 

Gathering tea in one of the famous 
plantations in the province of Uji, near 
Kioto, Japan, (a) 14008. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3466, May 21, 1929. 

Glimpses of snowy peaks through 
the framework of a forest glade above 
Wengen, Switzerland, 11575. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3118, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Great Myten from Brunnen, Switzer- 
land, a panorama of Alpine grandeur 
and loveliness, 11571. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3116, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Grinding beans on the streets of Se- 
oul, Korea. 14078. Photograph. © 
B. Llyod Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3059. Mar. 23, 1929. 

Happy family in thatched hut of the 
Korean peasant. Seoul, Korea, 14084. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3065, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Harvard university, law school, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., U. S. A., 11689. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3477, May 21, 
1929. 

Library. Cambridge, Mass., U. 

S. A.. 11688. Photograph, (c) B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author 
R 3476, May 21, 1929. 

Howick Falls, majestic. Natal, South 
Africa. 11985. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3084. Mar. 23, 1929. 

Hula girls, Honolulu, Hawaii, 10156. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville. Pa., as the author. R 3096, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

In the land of blossoms and per- 
fumes. A Colombo street, Ceylon, 
12102, Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville. Pa., as the author. R 
3457, May 21, 1929. 



In the majestic mountain world of 
Colorado. Ouray from the heights, 
11660. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3044, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Isn't our stock looking fine, 11422. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3463. 
May 21, 1929. 

Japanese coolies carrying limestone 
to the kiln, in the rural districts of the 
Mikado's realm, Japan, 14017. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3052, Mar. 23, 
1929. 

Japanese girls at work in the rice 
fields. Grand old Fuji-Yama in the 
distance, 14012. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley. Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3078, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Jordan and the Promised Land from 
the heights of Moab, Palestine, 11068. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3046, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Joss house within the city wall, 
Tien-Tsin, China, interior, 12039. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley. Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3087, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

June carnival. Dancing round the 
daisy pole, 11404. Photograph. © B. 
Llovd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3043, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Kapellbrucke crossing the River 
Reuss, Lucerne, Switzerland, 10781. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3128. 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

Korean lady out for an airing, Ko- 
rea, 140S3. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Smarter. Meadville. Pa., as the author. 
R 3064, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Korean nabob with his servant and 
diminutive pony, Seoul, Korea, 14082. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3063, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Latourelle Falls. Columbia River, 
Oregon, U. S. A., 11679. Photograph. 
© B Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., 
as the author. R 3471, May 21, 1929. 

Lauterbrunnen Valley, Switzerland. 
Overlooking the most picturesque val- 
ley in Europe, Lauterbrunnen from 
the old Half-way bouse, Switzerland, 
10796. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3115, Mar. 9, 1929. 



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Layin for Chucks, 10493. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meacl- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3464, May 
21, 1929. 

Lexington. Mass., Monument to the 
Minute men, U. S. A., 116S0. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3472, May 
21, 1929. 

Old belfry from which the Con- 
tinental soldiers were warned of the 
advance of the British, U. S. A., 11683. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3475, 
May 21, 1929. 

Looking out of the gorge of the Alp- 
bach, Meiringen, Switzerland, 10752. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3120, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

Lubeck, Germany, ancient fortified 
gateway, 10326. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3109, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Chapel of the Old people's 

home, 10328. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3110, Mar. 9, 1929. 

McKinley (President) delivering his 
second inaugural, Mar. 4, 1901, Wash- 
ington, D. C, 11663. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3040, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Mauna Loa Creek, Hawaii, on the 
beautiful, 10152. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3093, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Multnomah Falls, Columbia River, 
Oregon, IT. S. A., 11675. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley. Meadville, Pa., 
as the author. R 3468, May 21, 1929. 

Murren, the loftiest hamlet in Swit- 
zerland. 10774. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
-author. R 3126, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Nagasaki, Japan, and its beautiful 
harbor, bird's-eye view, 14000. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singlev. Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3066, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Osua temple, 14002. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley. Mead- 
ville. Pa., as the author. R 3068, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Nara, Japan, street scene, in the 
land of the Mikado, 14014. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley. Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3080, Mar. 
.23, 1929. 

Native boys descending shaft. Rob- 
inson mine, Johannesburg, South Af- 



rica, 11978. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 3101, Mar. 9, 1929. 

New York {City) Brooklyn bridge, 
great, 10558. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville. Pa., as the 
author. R 3042, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y., American 
Falls, the beauteous queen of cata- 
racts, 171. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 3086, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Nishi Otani, one of the many tem- 
ples in Kioto, the sacred city of Japan, 

14007. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 

3073, Mar 1 . 23, 1929. 

Oberainmergau, Germany, scene of 
Passion play, from Mt. Kofel, 10931. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3091, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

On the canal in the busy city of 
Nagoya, Japan, 14010. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa M 
as the author. R 3076, Mar. 23, 1929. 

One of the famous bronze Buddha 
gods in temple at Nara. Japan, 14015. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3050, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

One of the famous tea plantations in 
the Province of Uji, near Kioto, Japan, 

14008. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 

3074, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Oneonta Bluffs, near Oneonta Gorge, 
Columbia River, Oregon, U. S. A., 
11677. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3469, May 21, 1929. 

Oneonta George, falls at rear, Colum- 
bia River. Oregon, U. S. A., 11678. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville. Pa., as the author. R 3470, 
May 21, 1929. 

Overlooking Honolulu Harbor from 
Punch Bowl Hill, Hawaii, 10150. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3092, Mar. 
9, 1929. 

Overlooking Mt. Pilatus and Lake 
Lucerne from the Kanzeli, Rigi-Kalt- 
bad, one of the most famous views in 
Switzerland, 10784. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3129, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Pack train loaded with wood, Korea, 
14080. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3061, Mar. 23, 1929. 



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Singley (B. Lloyd) — Continued. 

PaPaia trees in the Manila Loa Val- 
ley, Hawaii, 10154. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3095, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Perils of the wilderness, old bruin 
master of the situation, 10454. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3081, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Pilatus (Mt.) from Lucerne, Swit- 
zerland, 10778. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3127, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Ploughing scene near Seoul. Korean 
farmer in his white costume, 14081. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville. Pa., as the author. R 3062, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Quartz sorting table, Robinson mine. 
Johannesburg, South Africa, 11977. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3100, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

Rack and Pinion road to the Great 
Scheidegg, Switzerland, 11577. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville. 
Pa., as the author. R 3119, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Reading the war news in Chinatown, 
San Francisco, Calif., 11659. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3048, Mar. 23, 
1929. 

Reichenbach Waterfall, Switzerland. 
An Alpine waterfall, the lovely Reich- 
enbach, Switzerland, 10795. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3114, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

Rice fields near Honolulu, Hawaii, 
10153. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3094, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Rocky, forest-crowned peaks guard- 
ing the peaceful little Valley of Lau- 
terbrunnen. Switzerland, 11572. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3117, Mar. 
9, 1929. 

Royal tomb, Roskilde cathedral, 
Roskilde, Denmark, 13078. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, 
Pa., as the author. R 3105, Mar. 9, 
1929. 

St. Gotthard railroad and the Axen- 
strasse, Brunnen, Switzerland, 10754. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3121, 
Mar. 9, 1929. 

San Francisco, Calif., Cliff house 
and Seal Rocks, 5048. Photograph. © 

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B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3047, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Scaling Arapahoe Peaks, Colorado, 
11646. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3098, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Seeing the sights in the suburbs of 
Seoul, Korea, in a sedan chair, 14079. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3060, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Seoul, Korea, bird's-eye view, 14074. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3039, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Independence arch and Peking- 
Pass. Mourner in sackcloth in fore- 
ground, 14075. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3056, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Siren Gorge below Box Canyon. Ou- 
ray, Col., 8003. Photograph. © B. 
Llovd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3041, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Steady, leader! 11664. Photograph.. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville. Pa., 
as the author. R 3088, Mar. 23. 1929. 

Steps leading to Honmyoji temple, 
Kumamoto, Japan, 14005. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., 
as the author. R 3071, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Stockholm, Sweden, approach to 
Skansen, 13014. Photograph. © B r 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3090, Mar. 9, 1929. 

■Panorama, 2801. Photographs 

© B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., 
as the author. R 3089, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Sunny-faced Japanese girls in Sui- 
senji park, Kumamoto, Japan. 14004. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 3070, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Taking a spin through the park at 
Nara in the jinrikisha, the pull-man- 
car of Japan, 14016. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3051, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Tamalpais (Mount) from Sausalito. 
San Francisco, Calif., 11656. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3049, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Torii and Japanese lanterns leading 
to Sacred Temple, Japan, ancient 
relics of romantic paganism, 14022. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley. 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 303S, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Torii, the beautiful entrance and 
gateway to a Shinto temple, Nagasaki,. 



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no. 2, 1929 



8252 (133) 



Japan, 14001. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley. Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3067, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Towering cliffs, Marshall, Col., 
11656. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley. Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3099, Mar. 9, 1929. 

Tugela Falls, near Colenso, South 
Africa, 11984. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3083, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Typical mountain hut in the heart 
of old Japan, 14020. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, Meadville, Pa., as 
the author. R 3055, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Typical Japanese farmer in rain coat 
and hat. 14019. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley. Meadville, Pa., as the 
author. R 3054, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Unclean ! Unclean ! Lepers on the 
steps leading to the Honmyoji temple, 
Kumamoto, Japan, 14006. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville. Pa., as the author. R 3072, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Welcome visitor feeding the deer in 
park at Nara, Japan, 14013. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville. Pa., as the author. R 3079, Mar. 
23, 1929. 



AVest Somerville, Mass., Old Shot 
tower used during the revolution, U. 
S. A., 11682. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley. Meadville. Pa., as the author. 
R 3474, May 21, 1929. 

White-robed pottery peddlers on the 
streets of Seoul, Korea, 14076. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3057, Mar. 
23, 1929. 

Wisconsin (U. S. S.) battleship 
hoisting one of the boats, 11694. Pho- 
tograph. © B. Lloyd Singley. Mead- 
ville, Pa., as the author. R 3478, May 
21, 1929. 

Yupno-Tani Hot Springs, near Ku- 
mamoto, Japan, bird's-eye view, 14003. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley. 
Meadville, Pa., as the author . R 3069, 
Mar. 23, 1929. 

Zulu warrior, Natal, South Africa, 
11992. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 
3085, Mar. 23, 1929. 

Turner (Charles Yardley) 134 

Four seasons. Painting. © Alice 
T. Yardley, Ellicott City, Md., as the 
next of kin of the author, who is not 
living. R 3505, Oct. 6, 192S. 



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8853-13297 

LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 



OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
OF JUNE SO, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF 
ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIEN- 
TIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 
PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1929 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 24 
No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1929 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
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issued quarterly, is arranged in two alphabets of proprietors, as follows: 

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other identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the appli- 
cations for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models 
or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used 
when the copyright proprietor and artist are the same, this identity being 
indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of the proprietor. A 
subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, 
Photographs (except Motion pictures) ; and Class K, Prints and pictorial 
illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of titles only is used. 

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other than photoplays, have been transferred to Part 1, Group 3, of the Cata- 
logue because of their similarity to Class D, Dramatic composition, and are 
published monthly therein as a title list. 

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abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: "6," Class 
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I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J," 
Class J, Photographs; and " K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. 
"©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by a date 
of publication. "© l c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished 
work, followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the photograph 
or other identifying reproduction; and "2 c." for 2 copies, followed by the 
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may be returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such 
claimant prior to December 31, 1929. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright de- 
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CLASS G. WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR 

WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copy- 
right proprietor are the same. 



Advertising displays, inc., Covington, 
Ky. 8853-8555 

McCane (Hugh I.) Models: 

Galley slave. Scene of the interior 
of a galley with rowers and time- 
keeper. [Stairway in right fore- 
ground] © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1929; G 
1788. 

If the thug should come tonight. 
Interior of bedroom. [Man and 
woman asleep. Thug getting jewels 
from dressing table at right] ©lc. 
Sept. 13, 1929 ; G 1786. 

Zero hour. Scene of a battlefield. 
[Rear view of 5 American soldiers ad- 
vancing through barbed wire and 
mud] © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1929; G 1787. 

Armstrong (Nancy)* New York. 8856 

Drawing : 

We see through music now. Draw- 
ing is entirely of music characters and 
forms the word, Music. © 1 c. Sept. 
13. 1929; G 1784. 

Arnold (Berniece Ray)* Oregon, 111. 

8857 

Sculpture : 

Lindbergh (Colonel) bust of . [Wear- 
ing helmet] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 
1294. 

Ashford (Frank C.)* Sioux Falls, 
S. D. 8858 

Painting : 

Beadle (Son. W. H. H.) [Portrait] 
© 1 c. July 13, 1929 ; G 1224. 

Aszklar (Joseph)* Milwaukee. 

8859-8860 

Design : 

Pulaski monument. [Statue of Casi- 
mir Pulaski mounted on tall and ta- 
pering pedestal. Base wide at bottom 
has concave sides to meet smaller cen- 
tral part which is topped with a modi- 
fied Corinthian cornice. Spread eagle 
on projection in front. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1929; G 1510. 

Model : 

Pulaski monument. [Bust of Pu- 
laski] © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1929 ; G 1509. 



Audia (Joseph)* Chicago. 8861 

Sculpture : 

Three figured table lamp. [Base 
formed by three winged figures with 
women's heads; wings upstretched 
holding support for large globe ; small 
light on each head] © 1 c. Sept. 5, 
1929; G 1754. 

Azzi (Marius)* New York. 8862-8865 

Sculpture : 

Children at play (Silhouette) 6. 
[Two nude girls kneeling face to face, 
leaning backward with arms out- 
stretched holding veil between them.] 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929; G 1533. 

Dancer (Silhouette) 4. [Nude girl 
standing on one foot bending back- 
ward, with arms outstretched in 
front] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929 ; G 1531. 

Girl at play (Silhouette) 3. [Nude 
girl playing with rabbit, bending for- 
ward with arms outstretched toward 
rabbit sitting up on its haunches] © 
1 c. Aug. 12, 1929 ; G 1534. 

Leaping gazelle (Silhouette) 5. 
Gazelle leaping over shrub. © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1929; G 1532, 

Barclay bros., Barre, Vt. 8866-8880 

Comi (Alfred J.) designs: 

Benson memorial, 1393. © July 22, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; G 1517. 

Burbank memorial, 1398. © July 
22, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; G 1512. 

Chandler memorial, 1392, © July 
22, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1518. 

Foster memorial, 1394. © July 22, 
1929; 2c. Aug. 8; G 1516. 

Franklin memorial, 1391. © July 
22, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1519. 

Halden memorial, 1396. © July 22, 
1929' ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1514. 

Prial memorial, 2149. © July 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1521. 

Sargent memorial. 1395. © July 22, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; G 1515. 

Stevens memorial. 1397. © July 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1513. 



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Barclay bros, — Continued. 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Bentley memorial, 2156. © Sept. 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1825. 

Randall memorial, 2151. © Sept. 
16, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 21; G 1829. 

Regis memorial, 2155. © Sept. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1826. 

Richards memorial, 2153. © Sept. 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1831. 

Smith memorial, 2154. © Sept. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1830. 

McLeod (W. Alfred) design: 

Remembrance memorial 1399. © 
Aug. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1520'. 

Bastian bros. co., Rochester, N. Y. 

8881 
Vosburg (Frederick) drawing: 
School ring or emblem. [Octagon 
center. Head of Indian above shield 
with scroll at bottom. One side of oc- 
tagon bell, on other soldier on pedes- 
tal.] © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1929; G 1525. 

Batchelder (John M.) Dixon, 111. 8882 
McClellan (Harry C.) Design: 
Anderson memorial, 997. © June 

25, 1929.; 2 c. June 29; G 1156. 

Becker (Louis M.) Los Angeles. 8883 
Mann (Walter J.) Design: 
Raci track game board. [Represen- 
tation of oval race track with six 
horses] © 1 c. May 8. 1929 ; G 1092. 

Belotti (Attilio Louis) San Francisco. 

8884 

Harris (H. M.) drawing: 

California fur farmers' assn. Artis- 
tically placed on a scroll, with a fox 
on each end of scroll, facing each other 
and with head of fox under the name. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1929 ; G 1481. 

Belvidere enamel products co., Belvi- 
dere, 111. 8885 

Kiefer (W. J.) Sculpture: 

Pig. © 1 c. May 10, 1929 ; G 351. 

Berchem (Jules) & son, Chicago. 8886 

Paulding (John) Sculpture: 
Come on, 2043-E. Of the Over the 
top series. World war soldier in 
crouched position, full fighting equip- 
ment — helmet, gas mask in front, can- 
teen at side, pack on back — holding 
gun in both - hands across front, with 
bayonet fixed. © 1 c. July 3, 1929 ; G 
1176. 



Berkowitz (A. I.) Mattoon. 111. 8887 

Sculpture : 

Traffic cop with traffic signal with 
words, Stop, Buy. [Lettered sign be- 
tween signals] © 1 c. June 18. 1929: 
G 1219. 

Bermel (Joseph) inc.. Maspeth, N. Y. 



McCloskey (John F.) design: 
McCloskey (John) memorial. Gran- 
ite boulder with cross on top, boulder 
having appearance of natural rock © 
1 c. Aug. 3, 1929 : G 147S. 

Beulan bank note vignette co., Oak- 
land, Calif. 8889 

Beaulan (S. H.) Design: 

Pacific progress. Columbia seated, 
recording the Pacific progress of mod- 
ern commerce upon a stone tablet with 
an olive branch. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1929 ; 
G 1772. 

Beverly fabrics corp., New York. 

8890-8895 
Gebhard (Wolfgang) designs: 
Pattern 105, 110, 115, 120. 125, 130. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 26, 1929; G 1215, 

1213, 1214, 1212. 1211, 1210. 



Birt (Helen)* New York. 

Sculpture : 

Columbia County house of history. 
Bas-relief. [Facade of colonial house 
showing doorway and four windows] 
© 1 c. July 3, 1929 ; G 1177. 

Blankenship (Elmer)* Piper. Kan. 

8897 

Design : 

Kansas City. [Flower with lettered 
petals spelling Kansas, and word 
City superimposed on an aeroplane in 
center of flower] © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1929 ; 
G 1614. 

Blume (Emile) New York. 8898-8901 
Gassner (Mordi) drawings: 
Craftsmanship. Craftsmanship 

stands before two granite Doulders 
critically eying the face which he 
carved on one. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1929; G 
1498. 

Eternity. Male figure rising out of 
water, shielded by vines with leaves 
and fruit also butterflies. © 1 c. Aug. 
6, 1929 ; G 1496. 

Love for the departed. Dark earthly 
female figure expressing love for a 
light female figure held in an out- 
stretched hand over a road that leads 
to greater heights. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 
1929: G 1497. 



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8991 



Tender reverence. Two figures ex- 
pressing reverence toward the symbol 
of the Godhead, holding a sphere in 
his arms. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1929; G 
1495. 

Borgo (Domenick)* Northampton, 
Mass. 8902 

Sculpture : 

Foch (Marshal) Bust of Marshal 
Foch in uniform. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1929 ; 
G 1764. 

Brasted (Catherine)* Mentor, O. 

8903 

Sculpture : 

Satyr of the flower-pot. [Little 
child in the form of a satyr, crouching, 
with elbows resting on a flower-pot] 
© 1 c. July 5, 1929 ; G 1183. 

Brookart bronza corp., Brooklyn. 8904 

Wilder (Bert) and Wilder (Louis) 
sculpture : 

Nude figure of girl kneeling with one 
leg outstretched backwardly, head 
back, arms upraised with hands to- 
gether, on terraced base. © 1 c. Aug. 
14, 1929 ; G 1541. 

Buahi (Emil)* Copiague, L. I., N. Y. 



Drawing : 

Happy Eastertide. [Rabbit walking 
with cane with large egg strapped on 
back, animal in silk hat and boots at 
right.] © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1929 ; G 1488. 

Buckbee-Brehm co., Minneapolis. 

8906-8991 
Kaiser (August) Sculpture: 
Adventure, GM 56. Silhouette 

plaque of a ship. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 

G 1666. 

Alamo mission, PE 7. Plaque etch- 
ing of the Alamo mission in color. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1715. 

Alden (John) GM 103. Plaque of 
John Alden in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929 ; G 1701. 

Arc de Triomphe. PE 8. Plaque 
etching of Arc de Triomphe in color. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1716. 

Belfry at Bruges, PE 4. Plaque etch- 
ing of the Belfry at Bruges in color. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1712. 

Between good friends, etc. GM 51. 
Plaque in color with inscription. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1661. 

Birds, GM 28. Motto plaque of birds 
in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1649. 



Birthplace of Old Glory, PE 5. 
Plaque etching of the Betsy Ross 
house in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 
G 1713. 

Blest be ye house, GM 29. Motto 
plaque of a house in color. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1650. 

Bridge of sighs, PE 3. Plaque etch- 
ing of the Bridge of sighs in color. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1711. 

Cathderal of Rheims, PE 2. Plaque 
etching of Cathedral of Rheims in 
color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1710. 

Child and the goose, GM 59. Sil- 
houette plaque of child and goose. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1669. 

Child and toy, GM 58. Silhouette 
plaque of a child with toy. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929; G 1668. 

Contentment, GM 27. Plaque of man 
and woman and dog in color, with in- 
scription. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1648. 

Corner of Paris, PE 9. Plaque etch- 
ing of a Corner in Paris, in color. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1717. 

Covered wagon, GM 31. Plaque of 
man and wagon in color, with inscrip- 
tion. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1652. 

Cyclist, GM 93. Plaque of a man on 
a bicycle, in silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1920; G 1691. 

Daisies won't tell, GM 57. Silhou- 
ette plaque of man and woman. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1667. 

Dance, GM 66. Silhouette plaque of 
man and woman. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1676. 

Dancing nymph, GM 9. Plaque of 
nymph in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1639. 

Evening prayer, GM 62. Silhouette 
plaque of mother and child. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1672. 

Fisherman, GM 24. Plaque with il- 
lustration of a fisherman and inscrip- 
tion. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1645. 

Flint (Captain) GM 107. Plaque of 
portrait of Captain Flint. © 1 c. Aug. 
1929; G 1705. 

Four figures, GM 99. Plaque of four 
figures in silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1697. 

Franklin (Ben) GM 83. Oval 
plaque of Ben Franklin in silhouette. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1682. 

Friend, GM 18. Plaque of a butter- 
fly and flowers in color, with inscrip- 
tion. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1643. 



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Buckbee-Brehm co. — Continued. 

Friendship, GM 52. Plaque of a girl 
in color, with inscription. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929; G 1662. 

Full front view of Japanese girl, 
GM 109. Plaque of Japanese girl in 
color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1707. 

Golfer, GM 23. Motto plaque of a 
golfer in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1644. 

Head of a woman, GM 61. Plaque 
of bust of a woman in silhouette. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1671. 

GM 79. Square frame plaque 

of a head of a woman in silhouette. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1679. 

Head of man, GM 60. Plaque of 
bust of a man in silhouette. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929; G 1670. 

Independence Hall, PE 1. Plaque 
etching of Independence Hall in color. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1709. 

Japanese girl, GM 110. Plaque of 
a Japanese girl in color. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929; G 1708. 

Johnny Schmoker, GM 14. Motto 
plaque of Johnny Schmoker in color. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1640. 

Johnny Walker, GM 15. Motto 
plaque of Johnny Walker in color, with 
inscription. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1641. 

Juvenile, GM 25. Motto plaque of 
a child in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 
G 1646. 

Juvenile plaque, GM 86. Two juve- 
nile figures in color, with inscription. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1684. 

Knight on horseback, GM 92. Plaque 
of a knight on horseback, in silhouette. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1690. 

La belle, GM 102. Plaque of La belle 
in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1700. 

La dandy, GM 101. Plaque of La 
dandy in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 
G 1699. 

LaFayette, GM 76. Square frame 
plaque of LaFayette in silhouette. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1678. 

Lincoln (Abe) GM 80. Oval plaque 
of Abe Lincoln in silhouette. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929; G 1680. 

Lincoln (Mary) [Silhouette in 
black on white background, within 
oval, in square frame] © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1929; G 1583. 

GM 81. Oval plaque of Mary 

Lincoln's bust. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1681. 



Little mother, GM 44. Silhouette 
plaque of a girl and her doll. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1660. 

Man and boat, GM 87. Oval plaque 
of a man and boat, in silhouette. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1685. 

Man and woman in silhouette, GM 
98. Plaque of a man and woman. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1696. 

Mill, GM 65. Silhouette plaque of 
the mill. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1675. 

Mother, GM 39. Plaque of a mother, 
with inscription. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 
G 1655. 

Mother plaque, time and change, GM 
40. Plaque of a mother and child in 
color, with inscription. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929; G 1656. 

Napoleon, GM 84. Oval plaque of 
Napoleon's bust. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 
G 1683. 

Old mansion, PE 11. Plaque of an 
old mansion in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1719. 

Old tower, PE 10. Plaque of an old 
tower in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1718. 

Olde tavern, GM 63. Silhouette 
plaque of an old tavern. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929 ; G 1673. 

Parrots, GM 6. Plaque of parrots 
in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1636. 

Pinckney (Major) GM 42. Oval 
plaque of Major Pinckney in silhou- 
ette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1658. 

Piping faun, GM 8. Plaque of a 
piping faun in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1638. 

Pirate, GM 95. Plaque of a pirate in 
silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1693. 

Pocahontas, GM 106. Plaque of. Po- 
cahontas in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1704. 

Priscilla, GM 104. Plaque of Pris- 
cilla in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1702. 

Proposal, GM 97. Plaque of man 
and woman in silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929 ; G 1695. 

Rear the wall. GM 26. Plaque of a 
house in color, with inscription. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1647. 

Sailing ship, GM 88. Oval plaque 
of a ship in silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929 ; G 1686. 

GM 89. Plaque of a ship in 

silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1687. 



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Sally Carroll, GM 41. Oval plaque 
of Sally Carroll in silhouette, with 
inscription. © 1 c. Aug. 15. 1929: G 
1657. 

San Luis Rey mission, PE 6. Plaque 
etching of San Luis Rey mission in 
color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1714. 

Sheik, GM 108. Plaque of a sheik 
in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1706. 

Sit up, GM 43. Silhouette plaque of 
boy and clog. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1659. 

Smith (Captain John) GM 105. 
Plaque with portrait of Captain John 
Smith. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1703. 

So big, GM 64. Silhouette plaque 
with three figures. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1674. 

Spirit of 76, GM 55. Silhouette 
plaque of three figures. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929; G 1665. 

Steamship, GM 90. Oval plaque of 
a steamship in silhouette. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929; G 1688. 

Sunday morning, GM 67. Silhouette 
plaque with three figures. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1929; G 1677. 

Tea for two, GM 100. Plaque of two 
figures in silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1698. 

That dwelling place, GM 30. Motto 
plaque of two figures in color. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929; G 1651. 

Three deers, GM 91. Plaque in sil- 
houette of three wild deer. © 1 c. 
Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1689. 

Toiler, GM 34. Plaque with a figure 
of a man with a hoe, and inscription. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1654. 

Tou-cans, GM 7. Plaque of two 
birds in color. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; 
G 1637. 

Two women, GM 96. Square frame 
plaque of two women in silhouette. © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1694. 

Washington (George) GM 53. Co- 
lonial oval plaque of George Washing- 
ton's bust. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1663. 

Washington (Martha) GM 54. Co- 
lonial oval plaque of Martha Wash- 
ington's bust. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; 
G 1664. 

When there's a loyal, etc., GM 32. 
Plaque of a figure with a flute, and 
inscription. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1653. 

Who hath a friend, GM 17. Plaque 
of a ship in color, with inscription. 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1642. 



Windmill, PE 12, Plaque of an old 
windmill in color. © 1 c Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1720. 

Women, girl and the dog, GM 94. 
Plaque of two figures and a dog in 
silhouette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1692. 

Burleigh (Mildred)* Long Island City, 
N. Y. 8992 

Model : 

Wobbly Wag. [Grotesque figure 
with egg shaped bald head and round 
stomach] © 1 c. July 30, 1929; G 
1457. 

Burnham (Roger Noble)* Los An- 
geles. 8993 

Sculpture : 

Trojan. Male figure in helmet, gir- 
dle and greaves, with shield held in 
front of body by left hand, right hand 
holding sword, left foot well forward 
on block. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1929; G 
1836. 

Clark (Amy Priscilla)* Riverside, 
Calif. 8994 

Sculpture : 

Flower plaque. Octagon shape, black 
background, gold edge, gold vase, and 
colored flowers. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1929 ; 
G 1791. ' 

Clarke (John Louis)* Glacier Park, 
Mont. 8995-8997 

Sculpture : 

Climbing goat. [Standing on slant- 
ing base] © 1 c. July 6, 1929 ; G 1502. 

Rocky Mountain goat. [Standing on 
small slightly curved base. Lettering 
on base] © 1 c. July 6, 1929 ; G 1501. 

Walking bear. [Bear walking on 
all fours, mounted on rectangular 
block] © 1 c. July 6, 1929 ; G 1207. 

Coale (Griffith Baily)* New York. 

8998-9000 

Paintings : 

Roman boxing bout in the small 
arena. [View of circular arena. In 
foreground figures in Roman dress 
seated on bench, man standing to 
right. Two nude boxers in center. 
Other observers seen through curved 
arches in background] © 1 c. July 
22, 1929 ; G 1339. 

Tournament of archery in Medieval 
Europe. [Medieval archer in left fore- 
ground aiming arrow at target in 
right background. Another archer at 
right with boy holding arrows in front. 
Spectators standing on either side and 
in gallery in left background] © 1 c. 
July 22, 1929; G 1340. 



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Coale (Griffith Baily)*— Continued. 

Triumph of Greek youth in the mar- 
athon. [Five figures in Greek dress, 
in front of a balustrade applauding 
marathon runners seen in middle dis- 
tance. Large building with Doric col- 
umns in background] © 1 c. July 22, 
1929; G 1338. 

Coca-cola co.*, Atlanta. 9001 

Painting : 

Girl in white bathing suit. [Girl 
seated on bank with feet in water, 
right arm raised and bottle in left 
hand] © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1929; G 1765. 

Collamore (Gilman) & co., inc., New 
York. 9002-9025 

Lundean (Louis) Drawings: 
Bottle, no. 9. [Man in riding habit 
opening bottle. Conventional oak bor- 
der] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1627. 

Check. [Circular design. Group of 
people on horseback coming over hill. 
Dogs in foreground. Conventional leaf 
design around edge] © 1 c. June 15, 
1929; G 1062. 

Dogs, no. 11. [Pack of five hounds 
at edge of pool. Convention oak bor- 
der] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929; G 1624. 

Find. [Circular design. Man on 
horseback surrounded by dogs. Con- 
ventional leaf design around edge] © 
1 c. June 15, 1929 ; G 1060. 

Fox, no. 12. [Fox in foreground. 
Hills in background. Conventional 
oak border] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929; 
G 1625. 

Full cry. [Circular design. Three 
men on horseback and three dogs leap- 
ing fence. Conventional leaf design 
around edge] © 1 c. June 15, 1929; 
G 1061. 

Going to a halloo. [Circular design. 
Dogs and two> men on horseback leap- 
ing fence. One person on horseback 
coming toward them. Conventional 
leaf design around edge] © 1 c. June 
15, 1929; G 1059. 

Gone away. [Circular design. Man 
on horseback and three dogs, followed 
by other people on horseback. Con- 
ventional leaf design around edge] © 
1 c. June 15, 1929 ; G 1063. 

Groom, no. 10. [Man glooming 
horse in stable. Conventional oak bor- 
der] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1623. 

Halloa, no. 5. [Man on horseback 
waving hat in upraised right hand. 
Conventional oak border] © 1 c. Aug. 
27, 1929 ; G 1620. 



Homeward goodnight. [Circular de- 
sign. Man on horseback waving whip 
to others who are leaving. Conven- 
tional leaf design around edge] © 1 c. 
June 15, 1929 ; G 1057. 

Huntsman, no. 2. [Man in riding 
habit, with three hunting dogs, stand- 
ing in foreground. Conventional oak 
border] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1617. 

Kill. [Circular design. Dogs gath- 
ered around man holding whip. Other 
people and horses in background. Con- 
ventional leaf design around edge] © 
1 c. June 15, 1929; G 1066. 

Loo in. [Circular design. Dogs, 
and man on horseback waving hat. 
Man on horseback in background. 
Conventional leaf design arourid edge] 
© 1 c. June 15, 1929 ; G 1064. 

M. F. H. no. 1. [Man in riding 
habit standing in foreground. Horse 
and another man in background. Con- 
ventional oak border] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1929; G 1616. 

Meet. [Circular drawing. House in 
background. Group of people on horse- 
back and dogs in foreground. Conven- 
tional leaf design around edge] © 
1 c. June 15, 1929; G 1067. 

Mounting, no. 7. [Man in riding 
habit in attitude of mounting horse. 
Another man holding horse. Conven- 
tional oak border] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 
1929; G 1622. 

Off to draw. [Circular design. 
Dogs, and three men on horseback in 
foreground. House, and group of peo- 
ple on horseback in background. Con- 
ventional leaf design around edge] © 
1 c. June 15, 1929 ; G 1056. 

On line. [Circular drawing. Man 
on horseback in foreground. Two peo- 
ple on horseback in background. Dogs 
running. Conventional leaf design 
around edge] © 1 c. June 15, 1929; 
G 1058. 

Over the brook. [Circular design. 
Four people on horseback leaping 
stream. Conventionalized leaf design 
around edge] © 1 c. June 15, 1929; 
G 1065. 

Second horseman, no. 4. [Man on 
one horse, leading another horse across 
a small stream] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929; 
G 1619. 

Waiting, no. 6. [Man in riding habit 
standing beside two horses in fore- 
ground. Conventional oak border] © 
1 c. Aug. 27, 1929; G 1621. 

Whip, no. 3. [Man in riding habit 
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strike dog which he is holding by the 
tail. Conventional oak border] © 1 c. 
Aug. 27, 1929; G 1618. 

Whoa horse, no. 8. [Man in riding 
habit running after horse, rearing. 
Conventional oak border] © 1 c. Aug. 
27, 1929; G 1626. 

Coppini (Pompeo L.)* New York. 

9026-9029 

Sculpture : 

America's memorial to pioneer's con- 
tribution. [Heroic figure wearing- 
crown and robes, standing on base con- 
sisting of two-story building] © 1 c. 
Sept. 12, 1929 ; G 1780. 

Chieftains of yesterday. American 
horse and American Indian on its 
back. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 1929 ; G 1781. 

Freedom. Pasturing horse enjoying 
freedom of the range [running] © 
1 c. Sept. 12, 1929 ; G 1782. 

War memorial. [Figure of] Victory 
crowning brotherhood in time of war. 
[Victory and two soldiers at her feet 
going down sloping rocky base] © 1 c. 
Sept. 12, 1929 ; G 1783. 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 

9030 
Carder (Frederick) Sculpture: 
Sea nymph. Female figure within a 
hoop [set on scrollwork base in two 
tiers] © 1 c. July 27, 1929 ; G 1755. 

Craske (Leonard) Boston. 9031 

Sculpture : 

Civil war soldiers. Showing officer 
and 12 men marching in fours [in atti- 
tudes of extreme weariness] the be- 
ginning of a 14th man [at left] © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929; G 1362. 

DaPrato (A.) co.. Boston. 9032-9045 

DaPrato ( Hugo ) Models : 

Grotto, 3194. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1929; 
G 1769. 

3195. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1929; G 

3770. 

3196. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1929; G 

1771. 

Gironi (Raffaello) Models: 

Bracket for group station, 1501. © 
1 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1629. 

Charles Borromeo (St.) 947. [Sta- 
tue] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1849. 

Cottolengo of Turin (Blessed) 917. 
[Statue] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929'; G 1848. 

Ignatius (St.) 832. [Statue] © 1 c. 
Aug. 27, 1929: G 1847. 

Jean Baptiste (St.) de La Salle, 
936. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1630. 



Palla (Ferdinando) Models: 
Angel holy water font, 580. © 1 c. 
Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1628. 

Mother of Grace, 249. Statue. © 
3 c. Aug. 27, 1929 ; G 1840. 

Sacred heart of Jesus statue, 7. © 
1 c. June 4, 1929 ; G 1173. 

Sistine Madonna statue, 135. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1929 ; G 1174. 

Standing angel, 514. © 1 c. June 
4, 1929; G 1171. 

515. © 1 c. June 4. 1929; G 

1172. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 

9046-9064 

Models : 

Angel holding fixture, 3480. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1929 ; G 1191. 

Christ Child in his father's work- 
shop, 3933. Relief. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 
1929; G 1609. 

Christ Child with angels, 3934. An- 
gels are holding symbols representing 
Faith, Hope and Charity, in relief. © 
1 c. Aug. 24, 1929 ; G 1611. 

Crucifix, 4502, showing cross with 
corpus, surmounted on base. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1929; G 1192. 

Immaculate conception, 188. Statue. 
© 1 c. July 8, 1929; G 1187. 

John of God (St.) 1015. Statue 
holding a pomegranate with a cross at 
top, in his right hand. © 1 c. July 8, 
1929; G 1196. 

Joseph (St.) and Child, 3316. Stat- 
ue. © 1 c. July 8, 1929 ; G 1190. 

Mother of Grace. 242. Statue show- 
ing hands of Blessed Virgin out- 
stretched. © 1 c. July 8, 1929 ; G 1188. 

One bracket sanctuary lamp, 3615. 
© 1 c. July 22. 1929 ; G 1466. 

Our Lady of Providence, 140. S atue 
showing Our Lady holding Infant in 
her arms. © 1 c. July 8, 1929 ; G 1189. 

Pedestal, 2271. © 1 c. July 8, 1929 ; 
G 1193. 

Roman altar, 61737. © 1 c. July 8, 
1929; G 1200. 

61738. © 1 c. July 8, 1929; G 

1199. 

Roman relief station, 4458. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1929 ; G 1194. 

Roman station, 4459. © 1 c. July 
8. 1929 ; G 1195. 

Rubrical tabernacle safe, 3572. Re- 
lief of angels on either side of door. © 
1 c. July 8, 1929; G 1198, 

Sacred Heart of Jesus, 67. S f atue 
showing one hand outstretched and the 



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Daprato statuary co. — Continued, 
other hand pointing to the heart. © 
1 c. July 8, 1929; G 1186. 

Tabernacle door. 3571. Gothic style. 
© 1 c. July 8, 1929 ; G 1197. 

Turebius (St.) with Indian, S-410. 
St. Turebius holding crucifix in the 
left hand and blessing the Indian with 
his right hand. © 1 c. Aug. 24. 1929 : 
G 1610. 

Davidovits (Louis)* New York. 9065 

Model : 

Orator. High hat on the block 
serves as a base for the bust of an 
orator with mouth open as if about to 
speak. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1929 ; G 1.635. 

Dearborn chemical co.. Chicago. 9066 
Rehberger (A. C.) Model: 
Building skyline mounted on tray 

with models of Fort Dearborn and log 

cabin. Bas-relief. © 1 c. Sept. 11. 

1929 ; G 1865. 

Detwiller (Frederick K.)* New York. 

9067-9069 

Paintings : 

Processional. Marriage of the sun 
and moon, eclipse of Jan. 27, 1925. at" 
Haverstraw. N. Y. [Marine view of 
sky, water and mountains, with build- 
ings in foreground. Moon partially 
covers the sun] © 1 c. July 5, 1929; 
G 1182. 

Ring or recessional. Marriage of 
sun and moon, eclipse of Jan. 24, 1925, 
at Have rstraw on Hudson, N. Y. [Ma- 
rine view of sky. water and mountains, 
with building in foreground. Moon is 
receding from eclipse of the sun] © 
1 c. July 5. 1929 ; G 1180. 

Totality. Marriage of the sun and 
moon, eclipse of Jan. 24. 1925. at Ha- 
verstraw on Hudson, N. Y. [Marine 
view of sky, water and mountains, 
with buildings in foreground. Moon 
comp^otelv covers center of sun] © 
1 c. July 5, 1929 : G 1181. 

Die^e 2 (Charles J.)* New .York. 

9070-9071 

Sculpture : 

Columbus (Christopher) Medal, 
circular in form. Obverse side, pro- 
file of Christopher Columbus enclosed 
in ring. Reverse side, U. S. shield 
with insignia of K. of C. enclosed in 
circular band. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1929; 
G 1843. 

Thru the line. Figures of four men : 
one in crouching position with left 
hand uplifted, one in running position. 



other two sitting; all mounted on 
oblong base. © 1 c. Sept. 10. 1929 ; G 

1778. 

Dodds granite co., Chicago. 9072 

Moore (C. Len wood) Design: 
Lenoir memorial. Two piece tablet 
memorial with name panel in center 
at top of die, and inscription panels 
at each end of the die; finished in com- 
bination of polished and hammered 
surfaces. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1929 ; G 1756. 

Dodds granite co., Milford. Mass. 

9073-9074 

Moore (C. Lenwood) designs: 
Mausoleum for Dr. C. M. Clark, De- 
troit, Mich. With polished and carved 
entrance. Contains three crypts. © 
1 c. July 13. 1929 ; G 1310. 

Saunders memorial, design no. C- 
9017. Special design upright tablet 
memorial on two bases. Bases pro- 
jecting to front in half circle to form 
platform for combination vase and urn. 
© 1 c. July 31, 1929 : G 1458. 

Dodds granite co., New York. 

9075-9084 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Andrews memorial, 468. © Sept 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1833. 

Berger memorial, 463. © Sept 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 : G 1824. 

Burton memorial. 456. © Aag. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1555. 

Dome memorial. 457. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1556. 

Hamlyn memorial, 465. © Sept. 16, 
1929 : 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1835. 

Rafferty memorial, 469. © Sept. 16. 
1929 : 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1832. 

Raymer memorial. 455. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1554. 

Reeder memorial, 454. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1557. 

Thomas memorial. 453. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1558. 

Worthington memorial. 467. © Sept. 
16. 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 2.1 ; G 1834. 

Dryden (Wheeler)* New York. 9085 

Drawing : 

Lawford (Ernest) Alphabet-icature 
of Ernest Lawford formed with the 
letters in his name. Beneath the 
drawing, the name Ernest Lawford in 
fantastic lettering; and below, the 
same in modem English block capital 
letters. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1929 ; G 1840. 



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Eckert (Ann)* Woodhaven. L. I., 
N. Y. 9086-9092 

Drawings : 

Bearings gifts. Elf seated on an 
elephant, bearing a tray of fruit. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1929 ; G 1582. 

Blowing greetings. Elf blowing 
through a trumpet. © 1 c. Aug. 20. 
1929; G 1580. 

Greetings from the top of the world. 
Elf seated on the globe looking up 
at a rainbow marked Greetings. © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1929; G 1577. 

Merry Christmas shopper. Elf bear- 
ing a column of gifts, walking on a 
surface marked. Greetings. © 1 c. 
Aug. 20, 1929 ; G 1581. 

Santy comes out. Santa Claus 
emerging from a chimney is greeted 
by a bird. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 1929; G 
1579. 

Starlit greetings. Elf astride a star, 
on his journey to the earth. [Word, 
Greeting, diagonally across center] © 
1 c. Aug. 20, 1929; G 1578. 

Visitor from a joyous land. Elf 
mounted on a deer and flying through 
space. [Lettering below] © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1929; G 1576, 

Edmondson (Alfred Robert)* Santa 
Barbara, Calif. 9093 

Drawing : 

Self-control. [View of steering geai 
of machine with road in background. 
Picture of box of cereal on left and 
keg of nails on right, symbolizing title] 
© 1 c. July 6, 1929 ; G 1209. 

Ferrante (Paul I.)* Palisades Park, 
N. J. 9094-9096 

Drawings : 

Compass of good taste. A compass 
from the points of which radiate the 
shields or emblems of nations. Border 
design containing epithets and two 
lines of verse. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1929; 
G 1569. 

Penny-wise, pound-foolish. Initial 
design of letter P within ornamental 
border. Lettering in shape of pyramid. 
© 1 c. Aug. 19, 1929 ; G 1570. 

Royal road to satisfaction. Orna- 
mental border with rosettes, tassels 
and cigarettes in a quadrangle. Royal 
insignia in center. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1929; G 1571. 

Field museum of natural history, Chi- 
cago. 9097 
Knight (Charles R.) Painting: 
Zeuglodon, or prehistoric whale. 

[Three prehistoric whales in water. 



Land and trees in background] © 1 c. 
Aug. 23, 1929 ; G 1606. 

Fiene (Paul)* New York. 9098 

Sculpture : 

Peacock. [Standing on base with 
tail spread in fan shape] © 1 c. Aug. 
23, 1929; G 1604. 

Floegel (Alfred E.)* New York. 

9099-9101 

Designs : 

Telephone operator. Terrazzo panel. 
[Woman seated, operating the wires 
surrounding her, in center. Circular 
border of scrollwork] © 1 c. July 2, 
1929; G 1169. 

Use of the telephone in case of fire. 
Terrazzo panel. [Man with telephone 
in one hand, throwing water on fire 
with the other hand, in center. Cir- 
cular conventional border] © 1 c. 
July 2, 1929 ; G 1168. 

Use of the telephone in case of sick- 
ness. Terrazzo panel. [Girl in re- 
clining position holding telephone, in 
center. Circular border of conven- 
tional designs of hands and tele- 
phones] © 1 c. July 2, 1929; G 1167. 

Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 

9102-9103 
Farquharson (Joseph) painting: 
Silent evening hour. Path winding 

through autumn tinted wood. Two 

sheep in foreground. © 1 c. July 19, 

1929; G 1348, 

Weyden (Harry van der) painting: 
Peace. Seascape, silvery blue sea 

with high cliffs in foreground. © 1 c. 

July 19, 1929; G 1349. 

Gaines- Johnson agency, San Antonio, 
Tex. 9104-9106 

Crider ( John T. ) Drawings : 

Onion has arrived. [Whole onion 
and slice at top ; plate of stuffed onions 
at left ; lettering below. Design, using 
outline of Texas and the sun, in lower 
right hand corner] © 1 c. Sept. 3, 
1929; G 1750. 

San Antonio, America's most dis- 
tinctive city. [Bird's-eye view of city 
at upper right. Five small scenes: 
Mexican vendor, soldier, golfer, etc., 
and lettering below] © 1 c Sept. 3, 
1929; G 1751. 

You'll like fresh Tex-sun spinach. 
[Dish of hot molded spinach at top of 
page. Lettering below. Design, com- 
posed of outline of Texas and the sun, 
in lower right hand corner. © 1 c. 
Sept. 3, 1929; G 1749. 



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General electric co.* (Edison lamp 
works of) Harrison, N. J. 9107 

Painting : 

Edison (Thomas Alva) [Portrait 
study: head and shoulders] © 1 c. 
Sept. 7, 1929; G 1766. 

Gilman (J. P.) granite co., Kansas 
City, Kan. 9108-9113 

Peterson (Edward A.) Designs: 

Burhman memorial, 553. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1560. 

Hanson memorial, 554. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1559. 

Milligan memorial, 552. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1561. 

Moderne memorial, 556. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1564. 

Raymond memorial, 557. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1562. 

Sanders memorial, 556. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1563. 

Goldstein (Louis)* Union City, N. J. 

9114-9115 

Designs : 

Ornamental design. [Conventional- 
ized flower consisting of crescent- 
shaped petals, with stems and leaves 
extending in four directions] © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1929 ; G 1839. 

[Conventionalized flower and 

stems with tendrils, in square shape] 
© 1 c. Sept. 16, 1929; G 1799. 

Goodenough & Woglom co., New York. 

9116 
Trueman (A. S.) Paintings: 
Fast or slow, how are we running? 
[Thirty eight clocks, all keeping di- 
ferent time, numbered 1-38, and ar- 
ranged in rows] © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1929 ; 
G 1757. 

Goodenow (Girard)* Ridgefield, Conn. 

9117, 9118 

Model : 

Doggone. Humorous dog. [Dog 
seated with head stretched forward 
and with one enlarged ear raised] © 
1 c. Aug. 10, 1929 ; G 1528. 

Idowanna. Whimsical horse. 
[Horse with enlarged exaggerated 
hoofs] © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1929; G 1527. 

Go wing (Louis Daniel)* Woburn, 
Mass. 9119 

Painting : 

Surriage (Agnes) and Sir Harry 
Frankland, Marblehead, Mass. 1742. 
Girl at well. Man on horse. Inn sign- 
board. © 1 c July 10, 1929 ; G 1216. 



Granite City granite co., St. Cloud, 
Minn. 9120-9122 

Kenerson ( H. C. ) designs : 

Cameron memorial, 206. © July 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1522. 

Norton memorial, 208. © July 29, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1524. 

Snider memorial, 207. © July 29, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; G 1523. 

Greener (Charles Theodore)* Faulk- 
ton, S. D. 9123 

Painting : 

Looking toward Washington. Land- 
scape, a sunrise scene looking east 
from foot hills of Black Hills. Foot 
hills in foreground, grain shocks in 
middle distance, sun at horizon. © 
1 c. May 1, 1929 ; G 754. 

Hagan (John) New York, and Cure 
(Raymond) Belleville, N. J. 

9124-9126 

Cure (Raymond) designs: 

Chicken's got no rights which Rastus 
need respect. [Large chicken roost- 
ing, with hand about to seize it from 
above. Below negro man and woman 
at table eating. Large thermometer 
at left above stove] ©lc. July 19, 
1929 ; G 1330. 

Girl scout. Kneeling, rekindling fire 
under thermometer at right. Girl div- 
ing from board in center. Lettering 
at top. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1929 ; G 1499. 

Sympathy. [Lettering within an 
oval at the front of deep circular base. 
Negro man with a bird in a cage be- 
side him sitting on a curved bench at 
back. Cylindrical figure at each end 
of bench] © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1929 ; G 1500. 

Hauchecorne (G.)* Paris. 9127-9133 

Sculpture : 

En bonne et due forme. Un person- 
age dans le coin a gauche, regarde par 
derriere un panneau. Deux femmes 
dans le coin a droite regarde aussi, un 
homme dessiner un buste place devant 
lui. © 1 c. July 27, 1929; G 1447. 

Indiscretes. Deux jeunes filles re- 
gardent, l'une se pendue en arriere 
tandis que l'autre qui tient a la main 
line pipe regarde de face. © 1 c. July 
27, 1929; G 1448. 

Liseur et dormeur. Deux hommes 
sont assis, celui de droite dort, pen- 
dant que celui de gauche tient de ses 
deux mains un livre. © 1 c. July 27, 
1929 ; G 1449. 

Mastalgia. Un buste d'homme, la 
tete penchee en reflechi les deux bras 
croises devant lui. © 1 c. July 27, 
1929 ; G 1450. 



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9151 



Preparatifs d'assaut. Deux amies se 
preparent a jouer. © 1 c. July 27, 
1929; G 1451. 

Propos sales. Un homme parle & 
deux de ses amis qui l'ecoute en riant. 
© 1 c. July 27, 1929 ; G 1452. 

Sing song girls. Trois bustes de 
femmes. © 1 c. July 27, 1929 ; G 1453. 

Hibben (Thomas)* New York. 

9134-9137 

Designs : 

Boy and girl making snow man. © 
1 c. July 22, 1929 ; G 1334. 

Boy in shop sawing. © 1 c. July 22, 
1929; G 1335. 

Cook baking a cake. [Bending over 
stove. Child at left] © 1 c. July 22, 
1929; G 1336. 

Two boys on a raft. [One seated, 
one standing] © 1 c. July 22, 1929; 
G 1333. 

Hicks (Velva V.)* Kansas City, Mo. 

9138 

Design : 

High ball truck line ; with arrows 
and ball in flight. [Lettering crossed 
by arrows pointing to left above and 
below diagonal lines of flight leading 
to ball in upper right hand corner] 
© 1 c. July 12, 1929 ; G 1221. 

Hillier (W. Harry) & Sheet (E.Allan) 
Los Angeles. 9139 

Drawing : 

Casa de ensenada San Andres, San 
Pedro, Calif. [Apartment building of 
Spanish type with arched windows and 
balconies] © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1929; G 
1170. 

Hintermeister (Hy.)* Brooklyn. 9140 

Painting : 

Surrender of Cornwallis. On the 
right the Americans with Washington, 
his generals behind him, pointing to- 
ward general Lincoln to receive the 
sword the English general is present- 
ing. Opposite, lined up along the wind- 
ing road, are Rochambeau and the 
French troops. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1929: 
G 1566. 

Hoffman (Paul)* Norfolk, Va. 9141 

Drawing : 

Globe gasoline. Representation of 
globe with the words Globe, above and 
Gasoline, below. Faucet affixed to 
southern part of map of U. S. A. is 
shown squirting oil on word Gasoline. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1929 ; G 1535. 



Holcomb (Wynn Willard) 
L. I., N. Y. 



Elmhurst, 
9142 



Drawing : 

Collegian. Caricature costume in 
colors. [Boy wearing striped trousers 
and figured sweater] © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1929; G 1721. 

Holden (Sanford S.)* Kenilworth, 111. 

9143 

Painting : 

Girl of today. [Full front view of 
head and shoulders of girl, brunette, 
wearing hat] © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1929; 
G 1768. 

Howard (Andrew)* Sandwich, 111. 

9144, 9145 

Paintings : 

Haytian Seas. Undersea vegetation, 
plant life, coral and fishes that abound 
in tropical water. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
.1929; G 1477. 

Salipagos Seas. Undersea vegeta- 
tion, plant life, coral and fishes that 
abound in tropical water, in natural 
poses. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1929; G 1476. 

Hruska (George)* Chicago. 9146 

Painting : 

Justice. Five female figures in an 
open air court scene. © 1 c. Sept 25, 
1929 ; G 1842. 

Hubbard (Alice Cooper)* Chicago. 

9147 

Sculpture : 

Surprise. Fountain figure of child 
and frog, waterlily in basin. [Nude 
child with arms raised standing on ir- 
regular base] © 1 c. July 11, 1929 ; G 
1220. 

Imans (Pierre)* Paris. 9148-9149 

Sculpture : 

Djo. 705. 14 ans. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1929 : G 694. 

Remy. 574. Buste. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1929 ; G 687. 

Jacobs bros. co., inc., New York. 

9150-9151 

Fenberg (Mitchell) designs: 
Decorative panel of dancing girls, in 

circles upon futuristic background. © 

1 c. July 3. 1929 ; G 1465. 

Detecto watches your weight. 

Charm box. Dancing girls in circles 

upon futuristic background. © 1 c. 

July 3, 1929 ; G 1464. 



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Jennewein (Carl Paul)* New York. 

9152 

Sculpture : 

Tours war memorial. [Fountain] 
shaft with four figures representing — 
Administration, Construction, Procure- 
ment, Distribution — surmounting fig- 
ure of American Indian releasing 
eagle. © 1 c. July 29, 1929 ; G 1456. 

Johnson (Florence)* Los Angeles 

9153-9158 

Models : 

Natural baby face, A, B, C, D, E, F. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 7, 1929 ; G 1596-1601. 

Jones (John Paul)* Atlantic City, 
N. J. 9159 

Sculpture : 

Atlantic City the world's playground. 
Girl rising from the sea in mermaid 
fashion, in back of Atlantic City sky- 
line, holding flags of all nations in her 
arms. Lettering over head. © 1 c. 
Aug. 16, 1929 ; G 1565. 

Jones brothers co., Boston. 9160-9169 

McLaughlin (Robert W.) jr. De- 
signs : 

Memorial, 1042. © Sept. 5, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 9 ; G 1775. 

1043. © Aug. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 

9 ; G 1774. 

Perkins memorial, 1033. © Aug. 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 9 ; G 1773. 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Harbeck memorial. © Aug. 7, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1547. 

Hartley memorial. © June 25, 1929; 
2 c. June 29 ; G 1159. 

Hobart memorial. © June 25, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 29 ; G 1160. 

Horton memorial. © Aug. 7, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1546. 

Trevelyan memorial. © June 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; G 1158. 

Whelock memorial. © Sept. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1828. 

Poor (A. W.) and Schneider (F. E.) 
Design : 

Moe memorial. © Sept. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 23 ; G 1823. 

Josten mfg. co., Owatonna, Minn. 

9170 
Larson (V. R.) Sculpture: 
Shooter. [Boy in basketball trunks 
and sweater, in attitude of throwing 
ball] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1929; G 1631. 



Kamps (Norman H.)* Pasadena. 

9171 

Drawing : 

Impressions of Mexico (Ancient and 
modern) [Series of drawings show- 
ing Mexican scenes and people in an- 
cient and modern costumes] © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1929 ; G 1530. 

Kemp & Beatley, inc., New York. 

9172-9255 

Berliner (Rose) Designs: 

Nos. 446, pat. 62-64; 3345, pat. 36- 
40; 6518, pat. 17-19; 6704, pat, 5-8; 
6754, pat. 1-4 ; 6779, pat. 1-3. © 1 c. 
each July 15, 1929; G 1225-1244. 

Nos. 6519, pat. 12, 13; 6628; pat. 
11-13; 6692, pat. 7-10. © 1 c. each 
July 19, 1929 ; G 1314-1322. 

Dina (Frances) Design: 

No. 6636, pat. 8. © 1 c. Julv 15, 
1929; G 1245. 

Ferlanto (Frances) Design: 

No. 6761, pat. 2. © 1 c. July 15, 
1929 ; G 1246. 

Kanewsky (Virginia) Designs: 
Nos. 3432, pat. 1-4; 6565, pat. 9, 

10 ; 6745, pat. 1 ; 6774. © 1 c. July 15, 

1929; G 1247-1254. 

No. 6745, pat. 2. © 1 c. July 19, 

1929 ; G 1323. 

Richards (Mae) Designs: 

Nos. 3410, pat. 1-3 ; 6636, pat. 9-11 ; 

6637, pat. 10, 11 ; 6752, pat. 1-4 ; 6755, 

pat. 1, 2, © 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 

1255-1268. 

Winston (Virginia) designs: 

Nos. 3386, pat. 11; 3388, pat. 12; 

3411, pat. 1, 2; 3412, pat. 1-4; 3415, 

pat. 1-4; 3428, pat. 1, 2; 3429, pat. 

1-4; 6761, pat.. 1; 6762, pat. 1, 2; 

7095-7098. © 1 c. each July 15, 1929 ■; 

G 1269-1293. 

Nos. 6656, pat. 16-20. © 1 c. each 

July 19, 1920 ; G 1324-1328. 

Kidjel (Maurice)* Fort Myers, Fla. 

9256 

Sculpture : 

Edison's light golden jubilee 1879- 
1929, 50. Sculptured panel design. 
[Relief profile of head of Edison and 
his wife facing each other within 
double circular design. Outline figure 
of nude man in upper right corner 
and nude woman in upper left corner, 
both pointing to central figure, repre- 
senting light with radiating lines be- 
tween the circles. Relief lettering and 
numerals below] © 1 c. Aug. 14, 
1929; G 1540. 



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Klinker (Orpha)* Los Angeles. 

9257-9258 

Design : 

Book-plate, showing drawing of 
books, objects, conventional border in- 
closing some rules on book-borrowing 
etiquette. © 1 c. July 6, 1929 ; G 1208. 

Drawing : 

Pekinese puppy with tongue out. 
[Seated on hind legs] © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1929 ; G 1471. 

Klitgaard (Kaj)* Bearsville, N. Y. 

9259 

Painting : 

Moby Dick Picture of white whale 
and two whaling boats. © 1 c. Sept. 
25, 1929; G 1841. 

Kohn (Charles)* New York. 9260 

Drawing : 

Hoover (Herbert) in Hebraic hymns. 
[Head and shoulders of Hoover made 
of Hebrew lettering] © 1 c. Sept. 19, 
1929; G 1810. 

Korbel (Mario)* New York. 9261 

Sculpture : 

Therese (Sainte) Full length fe- 
male figure draped, hands crossed 
holding crucifix and with garland of 
flowers draped on both arms. © 1 c. 
Sept. 4, 1929 ; G 1752. 

Kraus (Alden G.)* Oshkosh, Wis. 

9262 

Painting : 

Man's load. Hunter carrying a deer 
out of the woods on his shoulder. A 
winter sunset scene. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1929; G 1725. 

Kurtzman (Samuel)* Philadelphia. 

9263-9267 

Drawings : 

Changes. A stage on top left hand 
corner; a sheet of piano music on 
lower corner; four pictures on right 
side. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1929 ; G 1613. 

Introducing — Through the cartoon- 
ist's spectacles. [Man with arms out- 
stretched at sides in first circle, man 
seen behind smaller circles within sec- 
ond circle, lettering outside of circles] 
© 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929 ; G 1543. 

Through the cartoonist's spectacles. 
Comic strip with two circles ; in one of 
them a book is closed ; in the other the 
book is open. Lettering outside of 
circles. © 1- c. Aug. 24, 1929 ; G 1612. 

[Man with arms folded sitting 

by bed with woman in it, in first cir- 
cle; man has leg crossed, left arm 



outstretched in second circle. Letter- 
ing outside of circles] © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; G 1544. 

The traveling salesman. [Man 

and four chorus girls all standing on 
right foot with left legs raised.] © 
1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 1545. 

Lariviere (E. L.) Calais, France. 

9268 

Courquin and Vittrant. Design; 

Rose (La) Flower, leaves and 
stems. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1929; G 1837. 

Lathrop (Gertrude Katherine)* Al- 
bany. 9269 

Sculpture : 

Heron. Standing among reeds on 
an octagon base. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929 ; 
G 1536. 

Leathers (Ward)* New York. 

9270^-9271 

Models : 

Feminine head and neck. [Circular 
groove around crown of head] © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1929; G 1475. 

[Painted mouth] © 1 c. Aug. 

3, 1929; G 1474. 

Lehmann (Kurt) New York. 

9272-9282 

Wieselthier (Vally) Embroidery de- 
signs : 

Style, P. E. A. (1-6) © 1 c. each 
July 8, 1929; G 1201-1206. 

Style P. E. A. 7-11. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 16, 1929; G 1792-1796. 

Leigh (Ethel Traphagen) New York. 

9283-9294 
Brinson (Isabel) Design: 
Visu (African knives) A. © 1 c. 

Aug. 1, 1929; G 1594. 
Bubb (Edna) Design: 
Baragumu (Horns) © 1 c. Aug. 1, 

1929; G 1585. 

Candido (Bianca G.) Design: 
Pete ya sikio (African earrings) B. 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929 ; G 1587. 

Di Angelis (Fernanda) Design: 
Pembe na nysingo (Ivory and eb- 
ony) © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929; G 1584. 
Ebbers (Florence) Design: 
Vipepo (Fans) © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929 ; 

G 1593. 

Fairbanks (Emma E.) Design: 
Kigao (African shields) © 1 c. Aug. 

1, 1929 ; G 1590. 

Goldfield (Ruth E.) Design: 
Kofia (African fez) © 1 c. Aug. 1, 

1929; G 1589. 



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Leigh (Ethel Traphagen) — Contd. 
Hallman (Ruth E.) Design: 
Pete ya sikio (African earrings) A. 

© 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929 ; G 1586. 
Mendes (Maria P.) Design: 
Kitana (African hair ornament) © 

1 c. Aug. 1, 1929; G 1592. 
Nielsen (Myrtle) Design: 
Visu (African knives) B. © 1 c. 

Aug. 1, 1929; G 1595. 

Sutermeister (Margaret) Design: 
Kofia (African cap) © 1 c. Aug. 1, 

1929; G 1588. 

Weeks (Gertrude H.) Design: 
Vita ya masi (Stools) © 1 c. Aug. 

1, 1929; G 1591. 

Lesch (Rudolf) New York. 9295-9303 

Geuders (A.) painting: 

Anver — La maison des Brasseurs. 
Interior of hall, square tiled floor ; 
stairway at right, leading to upper 
floor. Open door at rear of hall, lamp 
hangs from ceiling. © 1 c. July 16, 
1929; G 1311. 

Pollak (Max) Drawings: 

Brooklyn Bridge. Roofs of wharfs 
and river in foreground; suspension 
bridge in middlegrouncl ; colorful sky- 
line of New York in background. © 
1 c. Aug. 28, 1929 ; G 1632. 

Eastside — Pike street. Street in 
tenement district with umbrella sign 
and shoe sign overhanging crowded 
sidewalk, man in chair at left. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1929; G 1493. 

Skyline from Brooklyn bridge. 
Bridge and suspension cables in right 
foreground ; river and boats at left. 
New York skyline in background. © 
1 c. Aug. 6, 1929 ; G 1492. 

Skyline from Hoboken ferry. Fore- 
ground is Hoboken ferry slip, river 
with boats occupies middleground, 
New York skyline in back. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1929; G 1494. 

Telephone bldg. Foreground is 
churchyard, showing gravestones. 
Telephone bldg. in background rises 
out of group of lower buildings, © 
1 c. Aug. 6, 1929; G 1490. 

Simon (T. F.) drawings: 

Japanese street in Tokyo. Crowded 
street in the bazaars in Tokyo. Signs 
with Japanese characters overhanging 
walk. Figures in costume. © 1 c. 
Aug. 6, 1929; G 1489. 

Japanese Tori. Gate with double 
bar at top occupies center, spruce trees 
at left, figures passing from gate to 
pavillion in rear. © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1929 ; 
G 1491. 



Mont Fuji. Several small vessels 
on bluegreen water in foreground; 
rocks rising out of water ; blue moun- 
tain with white peak rises out of back- 
ground. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1929 ; G 1633. 

Lewiston chamber of commerce, Lewis- 
ton, Id. 9304 
Spurgeon (Glen H.) Drawing: 
Lewis and Clark, 1805. [Two men 

standing on rock, pointing] © 1 c. 

Sept. 9, 1929 ; G 1776. 

Luban (Boris) New York. 9305 

Painting : 

Edison (Thomas Alva) inventor. 
[Three quarter length portrait] © 1 c. 
Aug. 10, 1929 ; G 1529. 

McBride (William John) Chicago. 

9306 

Design : 

Plate 6. Twenty poses of [nude fe- 
male] figures blowing or casting off 
soap bubbles, numbered 1 to 20; and 
eleven parts of figures showing varia- 
tions possible with some of the figures. 
© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1929 ; G 1789. 

McFarland (Corey F.) Keokuk, la. 

9307 

Langebarlet (John H. D.) Draw- 
ing: 

Good luck. Horseshoe with the 
words, Good luck, appearing thereon, 
and the words, Come again, and a pic- 
ture of a four-leaf clover enclosed 
therein. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1929; G 
1575. 

Mackain (Marguerite)* Paris. 9308 

Sculpture : 

Argentina, [Swaying figure of 
woman clothed in a ruffled dress] 
© 1 c. Apr. 24, 1929 ; G 1175. 

Martin (Hulda Louise) Taunton, 
Mass. 9309, 9310 

Martin (Chas. Edward) Paintings: 

De Soto's first sight of the Missis- 
sippi River, 1541. [Man on horse in 
foreground; Indian at his side point- 
ing over river; others in background] 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1929; G 1723. 

Lafitte (Jean) the pirate. [Scene 
on pirate ship. Man with sword, in 
foreground, pointing to his left. Other 
men behind him] © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1929 ; 
G 1724. 
Martin (Sadie)* Detroit. 9311 

Drawing : 

Dental hygiene, representing the 
lower jaw of teeth, the teeth forming 
helmets of the soldiers and tooth- 
brushes as means of hygiene. © 1 c. 
July 1, 1929 ; G 1165. 



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Mastandrea (Charles)* Brooklyn. 

9312 

Drawing : 

Sacri cuori. [Upper two-tlrrds of 
design composed of two hearts, each 
surmounted by cross, set in double cir- 
cle of thorns and leaves. Symbolical 
figures in lower third] © 1 c. Aug. 
19, 1929 ; G 1567. 

Mazur (Joseph C.)* Buffalo. 

9313, 9314 

Painting : 

Pulaski {Brigadier General Casi- 
mir) in the uniform of the American 
army of 1776. [Full length standing.] 
© 1 c. Aug. 13, 1929 ; G 1538. 

Sculpture : 

Pulaski (Count Casimir) 1779-1929. 
Medallion in profile of Brigadier Gen- 
eral Casimir Pulaski in uniform of the 
American army of 1776. © 1 c. Aug. 
13, 1929; G 1537. 

Meisner & Buch, Leipzig. 9315-9323 

Davanzo (A.) paintings: 

Girl holding a flower basket. Stand- 
ing beside a birds house. Winter land- 
scape. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1408. 

Girl in a fur coat, holding a flower 
basket. Standing next to a barren 
tree. with a small birds house; house 
in the background ; winter landscape. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1401. 

Old man and woman alighting from 
a coach. They are dressed very old 
fashioned ; considerable amount of bag- 
gage; in background a bridge; winter 
landscape. © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 
1403. 

Old woman walking along fence 
which surrounds a house. She is fol- 
lowing 3 other persons. Winter land- 
scape. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1407. 

Winter landscape. Village street 
covered with snow ; in the front 2 
women and children. © 1 c. July 25, 
1929 ; G 1402. 

Winter landscape. Woman with 
long shawl approaching a house, car- 
rying many packages, children stand- 
ing in door of the house. © 1 c. July 
25, 1929 ; G 1406. 

Woman and man in old fashioned 
dress walking on a snow covered road. 
Village in the background. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1404. 

Woman carrying twigs on her back, 
walking toward a village covered with 
snow. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1405. 

Schaette (A) painting: 

Sunny autumn day, 579. Road lead- 
ing from a village in the background, 



occupies the middle, with birches on 
each side of road, man in road, blue 
sky background. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1929 ; 
G 1470. 

Meldrim (Vera L.)* New York. 9324 

Drawing : 

Frocks of fashion. [Decorative fig- 
ure of girl in old-fashioned costume. 
Lettering at top and bottom] © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1929 ; G 1634. 

Meliodon (Jules Andre)* Philadelphia. 

9325 

Design : 

American soldier with gun taking 
cartridge in his belt. Shield sur- 
mounted by the American eagle close 
to his right leg. © 1 c. July 19, 1929 ; 
G 1329. 

Melvill (Antonia)* Los Angeles. 9326 

Painting : 

Body and soul. Two female figures, 
one trying to pull down the other. 
Mountain view in background. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1929; G 1568. 

Merrill (Marion)* Toronto, Canada. 

9327 

Sculpture : 

Sonny Boy. [Little boy with 
straight bobbed hair standing with legs 
close together, holding his outspread 
hands on his legs. © 1 c. July 3, 
1929 ; G 1350. 

Miller (R. Russell) Dayton, O. 9328 
Knight (Marion) Painting: 
Battle of Gettysburg. [Cyclorama. 
Battle] at its height. Pickett's charge 
through peach orchard, July 3, 1863. 
Confederate General Armistead, figure 
on horse, [killed.] Codori House in 
distance. Pickett's Confederate head- 
quarters on Emmittsburg road. © 1 c. 
Sept. 4, 1929 ; G 1851. 

Moore (Bruce)* Wichita, Kan. 9329 

Sculpture : 

Gazelle. Bronze statuette of a ga- 
zelle standing on a ball. © 1 c. Sept. 
19, 1929; G 1811. 
Moschcowitz (Paul)* New York. 9330 

Painting : 

Radiant motherhood. Mother and 
child with radiating background. © 
1 c. July 29, 1929 ; G 1526. 

Moselsio (Simon)* Brooklyn. 

9331-933S 

Sculpture : 

Bear. [Walking on all fours], ©) 
1 c. July 31, 1929 ; G 1459. 

Bull. [Left fore foot raised], ©lc. 
July 31, 1929; G 1460. 



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Moselsio ( Simon ) * — Continued. 

Caricature of a wirehaired fox ter- 
rier. [Standing on all fours] © 1 c. 
July 31, 1929 ; G 1462. 

Chow dog. [Figure of Chow dog, 
standing] © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1929; G 
1797. 

Cock. [In position of crowing] © 

1 c. Aug. 3, 1929 ; G 1472. 

Golf player. [Man holding golf club 
in position at end of stroke] © 1 c. 
July 13, 1929; G 1361. 

Pig. [Hind feet on base, fore feet 
in air] © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1929 ; G 1473. 

Sealyham terrier. [Standing on all 
fours] © 1 c. July 31, 1929 ; G 1461. 

Murphy (Paul D.) New York. 9339 
Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc. Design: 
Murphy. Cemetery memorial, trip- 
tych in form with platform base. 
Sunk carved panels arranged each side 
of die stone. © 1 c. July 5, 1929 ; G 
1185. 

Naval historical foundation, Washing- 
tern. 9340 

Poole (Burnell) painting: 

Distorted target for U-boats. The 
British S. S. Mauretania carrying 
American troops is under attack by 
German submarines. [Destroyer in 
foreground. On transport's opposite 
side is the U. S. destroyer Sampson. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1409. 

Neal (Irl J.)* Mattoon, 111. 9341 

Model : 

Ship model. Three masts, historic 
ship with five sails, two booms, three 
flags, emblems on four sails. © 1 c. 
Sept. 21, 1929 ; G 1822. 

North star granite corp., St. Cloud, 
Minn. 9342 

McClellan (Harry C.) Design: 
Memorial, 451. © June 25, 1929; 

2 c. June 29 ; G 1157. 

Norwood (Elise Rose)* Fairfax, Calif. 

9343-9345 

Sculpture : 

Inayat Khan. Bust. © 1 c. July 
26, 1929; G 1446. 

Full length model. © 1 c. July 

26, 1929; G 1445. 

Life's book. Representation of 
closed book, a man's foot thereon and 
superimposed thereon bust of woman 
with babe. © 1 c. July 26, 1929; G 
1444. 



Osborne (Arthur)* Faversham, Eng- 
land. 9346-9394 

Models : 

Alamo, cradle of Texas liberty. 
[Building in Spanish style, with cen- 
tral portico. Group of people in left 
foreground] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 
1298. 

Appeal to the Great Spirit. [Indian 
on horseback, arms outstretched, face 
uplifted] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 
1305. 

Bells of San Gabriel. [Building of 
Spanish architecture. Six bells in bel- 
fry] © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1410. 

Birthplace of Charles Dickens. 
[Front elevation of house, with gar- 
den, fence and sidewalk in foreground] 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1411. 

Birthplace of the flag of the U. S. A., 
239 Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa. 
[Front of a low building. American 
flag on pole in attic window. People 
standing on sidewalk in front] © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1412. 

Birthplace of Walt Whitman, Hunt- 
ington, Long Island. [Frame farm- 
house and buildings viewed from road. 
Fence and trees in middle distance] 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1413. 

Capitol, Washington, D. C. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1414. 

Castle of St. Angelo, Rome. [Cir- 
cular building with tower in back- 
ground, road leading over bridge with 
statues, in fore ground] © 1 c. July 
25, 1929; G 1415. 

Dickens (Charles) [Oval picture of 
man seated in chair. Bookcase in 
background at right] © 1 c. July 15, 
1929; G 1295. 

Dickens (Charles) in his study, 
Gadshill. [Man seated before desk, 
facing windows] © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; 
G 1416. 

End of the trail. [Indian on horse 
back at end of trail. Horse and rider 
in attitude of extreme exhaustion. In- 
dian sitting with head drooped for- 
ward, holding a long spear under his 
right arm] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 
1303. 

First church of Christ scientist and 
Publishing house, Boston, Mass. 
[Three large buildings, round dome 
on one in center] © 1 c. July 25, 
1929; G 1417. 

Forum, Rome. [Ruins of building 
in foreground, columns along left side 
standing] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 
1418. 



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Front of Saint Barbara mission. 
[Long low building, Spanish style, 
fountain in courtyard] © 1 c. July 
25, 1929; G 1419. 

Grant's tomb, New York. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929; G 1420. 

Hamlet. [Personification of Hamlet 
at left looking at shadowy white figure 
in background] © 1 c. July 25, 1929 : 
G 1421. 

Home of Charles Dickens, Gadshill, 
Rochester. [Front elevation of house 
with four bay windows] © 1 c. July 
25; G 1422. 

Hope. [Figure of woman seated on 
hemisphere, holding lyre, body bent 
forward in attitude of listening to the 
note of the last string] © 1 c. July 
15, 1929; G 1306. 

House of Seven Gables, Salem, Mass. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1423. 

Independence Hall, Philadelphia. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1424. 

Inner court corridors, San Juan Ca- 
pistrano mission. [Row of connected 
arches] © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1425. 

Landing of Columbus, 1492. [Group 
of people in period costume on shore 
with body of water and 3 ships in left 
background. Central figure kneeling 
on one knee is supporting a banner.] 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 1302. 

Landing of the Pilgrims, 1620. 
[Group of Pilgrims at left conferring 
with Indians at right] © 1 c. July 
15, 1929; G 1304. 

Little Nell and her grandfather rest- 
ing. [Dickens' characters leaning 
against tree] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; 
G 1426. 

Log cabin — birthplace of Abraham 
Lincoln. Rock Spring Farm, Ky. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1427. 

Macbeth. [Personification of Mac- 
beth in armor and cloak] © 1 c. July 
25, 1929; G 1428. 

March of Myles [ !] Standish. [In- 
dian leading group of men in early 
American costume] © 1 c. July 25, 
1929; G 1429. 

Mayflower as it entered Plymouth 
harbor 1620 bringing the first New 
England settlers. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; 
G 1430. 

Mr. Pickwick addressing the mem- 
bers of the Pickwick club. The proud- 
est moment of his existence. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1431. 

Mother. The noblest type of woman- 
hood. [After the famous painting] 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1432, 



Mt. Vernon the home of Washington. 
[Colonial house with pillars support- 
ing an upper porch. Situated on a 
slight rise. Large trees around house] 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 1307. 

Old curiosity shop, London. [Small 
corner building with slanting roof. 
Two people at corner entrance] © 
1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1299. 

Old whaler. [Large sailing vessel 
on open sea] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; 
G 1300. 

Old windmill. [Road leading past 
windmill situated on side of a hill. 
Horse and cart in foreground] © 1 c. 
July 15, 1929; G 1301. 

Portia [Personification of Portia, 
dressed in long robes and holding 
scroll] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1433. 

Priscilla and John Alden. [Man 
and woman in Puritan costume ; walk- 
ing. Man carrying gun on his 
shoulder] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 
1296. 

Return of the Mayflower. [Puritan 
man and woman watching ship in the 
distance] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 
1434. 

Rows, Chester. [Corner view of row 
of old English houses, with gable roofs 
and dormer windows] © 1 c. July 15, 
1929 ; G 1308, 

Ruins of the Colosseum, Rome. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1435. 

Shakespeare (William) [Head and 
shoulders] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 
1437. 

Shylock. [Figure of Shylock the 
Jew, in long robes] © 1 c. July 25, 
1929; G 1438. 

Signing the Compact, Provincetown, 
Mass., U. S. A., Nov. 11, 1620. [Men, 
women and children in early Amer- 
ican dress, grouped about a desk] © 
1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1439. 

Sir Galahad. [Knight in armor 
standing by head of white horse] © 
1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1440. 

Stairway San Gabriel mission. 
[Stairway alongside of large building, 
Spanish style] © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; 
G 1441. 

Statue of Liberty, New York. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1442. 

Wedding journey of Minnehaha and 
Hiawatha. [Indian man and maiden 
in elaborate dress, strolling through 
forest. Man has right arm around girl 
and is holding a bow in his out- 
stretched left hand] © 1 c. July 15, 
1929 ; G 1309. 



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Osborne ( Arthur ) * — Continued. 

Weller (Sam) [Figure of Sam 
Weller standing with right foot 
propped up on table] © 1 c. July 25, 
1929; G 1436. 

White House, Washington, D. C. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1443. 

Why worry. [Man wearing large 
hat and smoking a pipe, seated in a 
chair reading a newspaper] © 1 c. 
July 15, 1929 ; G 1297. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 

9395-9449 

Chambers (C. Bosseron) Painting: 
Girl's head, red dress, 3987. Head 
and shoulders of young girl with 
brown eyes and hair, wearing a red 
and gold brocaded dress. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1929 ; G 1746. 

Follett (F. M.) Drawings: 
Hey, let them wildflowers alone and 
come back here and help me, P1712. 
Man fixing his car. Large bear in back 
of him. Lady and two children climb- 
ing over fence. Large pine trees in 
background. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929; G 
1735. 

Important message. Page Mr. 
Bumps, P 1706. Man is lying under 
car, repairing it, while a snake is 
crawling toward him. Lady and two 
children in car calling to man. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1733. 

Just a little skid. P 1711. Car has 
skidded down a hill and rear part is 
in the water. Man and family looking 
out of window. Telegraph pole near 
car. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1736. 

Mr. Bumps attempts a little repair 
work, P 1707. Man while fixing his 
car hit his hand with a wrench. Lady 
holding her hands to her ears. Three 
children standing by lady, laughing. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1729. 

Mr. Bumps' brakes don't quite stop 
him, P 1704. Car knocking policeman 
and his traffic sign over. Man, lady 
and two children in car. Two men 
standing on walk in background. © 
1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1728. 

Mr. Bumps changes a tire, P 1703. 
Man trying to change a tire. Car is 
covered with tar. Woman and three 
children looking out of car. Sign in 
front of car. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929; 
G 1726. 

Mr. Bumps fails to give the pass- 
word, P 1708. Man in foreground get- 
ting water from a well. Goat is ready 
to leap on him. Lady and two children 



in car in background. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1929 ; G 1732. 

Mr. Bumps fixes the windshield 
wiper at last, P 1713. Man sitting on 
hood of car, in the rain, trying to fix 
his windshield wiper. Lady, with two 
children, in car handing man her um- 
brella. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1730. 

Mr. Bumps washes the car himself, 
P 1705. Man is talking to a little boy 
and turning hose on lady who is com- 
ing from back of car. Roofs of houses 
in background. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929; 
G 1727. 

Mr. Bumps, who never drives over 
25 miles an hour, gets a summons, P 
1709. Policeman on motorcycle chas- 
ing a car. Child looking out of win- 
dow. Houses in background. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1731. 

Sure, I kin fix it fer ye; but I can't 
do it today, P 1702. Mechanic and 
farmer standing in front of garage at 
right. Man talking to mechanic. Lady 
and two children are sitting in car at 
left. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1734. 

Uninvited luncheon guest, P1710. A 
picnic lunch is spread under a tree at 
right. A skunk is walking toward the 
food. Family and car at left. Man 
stopping boy from throwing a rock at 
skunk. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1737. 

Goodwin (Philip R.) Painting: 
Cruisers meeting bear and cubs, 
3995. Two hunters are climbing up 
some large rocks at left. Mother bear 
and two cubs .at right. Tree lying 
across rocks in foreground. Large 
mountains in background. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1929 ; G 1740. 

Hare (J. Knowles) Painting: 
Girl's head, blonde hair, 3949. Head 
and shoulders of young girl with blond 
hair, white tulle over shoulders and 
roses at breast. Green background. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1741. 

Neville (A. D.) paintings: 

Bathing girl, 3952. [Right side of 
girl wearing a bathing suit. Figured 
band around her hair] © 1 c. July 
25, 1929 ; G 1364. 

Girl, 3954. Head and shoulder of 
young girl wearing evening dress; 
cloak trimmed with white fur over her 
right shoulder; pearl beads around 
neck. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1374. 

3955. Left side view of young 

girl, black hair, holding a feathered 
fan up to her shoulders. © 1 c. July 
25, 1929 ; G 1377. 



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3956. Head of young girl, 

blonde hair, wearing turban, striped 
scarf around her neck. © 1 c. July 
25, 1929 ; G 1380. 

3958. Black hair, white fur 

scarf. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1370. 

• 3959. Full face of young girl 

wearing three cornered hat, large ear- 
ring on right ear, bow at left of face. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1379. 



3960. 



Head of younj 



firl, 



blonde hair; band around her hair, 
bow on side. © 1 c. July 25, 1929; 
G 1373. 

3961. Head and shoulder of 

young girl, blonde hair, wearing eve- 
Ding dress: beads around her neck. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1375. 

3962. Smiling head of young 

girl, figured collar. © 1 c. July 25. 
1929; G 1372. 

3963. Head and left shoulder 

of young girl, blonde hair. © 1 c. July 
25, 1929 ; G 1371. 

Girl holding violets, 3957. * Black 
bobbed hair, brown eyes. [Violets in 
right hand] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; 
G 1376. 

Girl's head, 3953. Brown hair, blue 
eyes, collar and tie around her neck. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1382. 

Pressler (Gene) paintings: 

Girl, 3968. Girl sitting in a garden, 
wearing Spanish shawl. Mountains in 
right background, large trees in left 
background. © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 
1378. 

Girl with roses, 3988. Left profile of 
girl seated. She wears a figured eve- 
ning gown, tulle over her arms. Hands 
are raised, one finger resting on her 
chin. Bunch of roses in her lap. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1381. 

Scott (John G.) paintings: 

Beauty is only skin deep. Who'd 
want it any deeper, 3975. [Little girl 
wearing bathing suit, life guard stand- 
ing in background winking his eye] 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1365. 

Cleanliness is next to Godliness, and 
a boiled shirt covers a multitude of 
sins, 3972. Little boy and two puppies 
in a bath tub — boy washing his hair. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1366. 

Don't fiddle your time away, 3980. 
[Little boy playing a violin. Little dog 
sitting in front of him watching him 
play] © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1367. 

Early bird catches the worm. That's 
what the worm gets for being too 
early, 3974. Little boy wearing a large 



hat and overalls carrying a fishing 
pole in left hand and three little fish 
in right. Dog following boy. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1368. 

If you want business you have\ to 
drum it up, 3970. Two children 
dressed as soldiers. One little bfyy 
wearing a major's hat is playing on \a 
large drum, other little boy is playing 
on a dishpan. © 1 c. July 25, 1929; 
G 1384. 

Life is one darn thing after another, 
3969. Little dog chasing a small boy. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1385. 

Look before you leap, 3976. Little 
boy with red hair wearing trunks 
standing on a spring board ready to 
leap in the water. © 1 c. July 25, 
1929; G 1387. 

Naked truth is more attractive than 
a lie dressed up, 3973. Little boy 
dressed in trunks posing as prize 
fighter. Little dog sitting in back of 
boy. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1390. 

Patch up your troubles while the 
patching's good, 3978. Little girl is 
sewing patch on little boy's trousers. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1393. 

Boiling stone gathers no moss, but 
gets the rough edges knocked off it, 
3971. Little boy wearing a large hat 
and long trousers. He is leaning on 
a cane. Little dog sitting next to boy. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1394. 

Way to a man's heart is his stomach, 
but indigestion is the root of all evil, 
3979. Little boy sitting at table hold- 
ing a knife and fork. Little girl is 
standing in back of him with a plate 
of food. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1396. 

You can't keep a good man down, 
3977. [Little boy in water up to his 
chin. Straw hat floating on top of 
water. Little fish has his head out of 
the water looking at boy. © 1 c. July 
25, 1929 ; G 1398. 

Sherrin (Daniel) painting: 

Little home in the highlands, 3986. 
Thatched roof cottage is at left, lady 
standing in doorway. Man and sheep 
on road near house. Water at right, 
sailboat on water. Mountains in back- 
ground. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1386. 

Teller (Griffith H.) Paintings: 

Large trees, mountain and lake, 
3981. Three large trees on shore in 
foreground ; lake in center of picture ; 
mountains covered with trees in back- 
ground. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1742. 

Mountain and lake, 3993. Lake in 
left foreground. Man in row-boat. 



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Osborne co. — Continued. 
Mountains in left background. At 
right, on shore, is a house. Road leads 
up to house from foreground. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1929 ; G 1744. 

Night mail, 3985. Aeroplane flying 
over cottage. Cottage and poplar 
trees at right, water at left. Lights 
on shore in distance] © 1 c. July 25, 
1929 ; G 1391. 

Yosemite Falls, 3991. Large water- 
fall coming from wall of rocks and 
forming stream in foreground. Pine 
trees growing at left and right. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929 ; G 1397. 

Zeppelin, 3966. Night scene, large 
Zeppelin flying over small village. 
House and barn at left. Large trees 
growing near house. Church and num- 
ber of houses in right background. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1399. 

Wells (J. S. Sanderson) Painting: 
Well away, 3996. Large group of 
dogs are following a hunter and his 
horse in foreground. At left is an- 
other hunter pointing toward the 
woods. Another group of hunters in 
right background. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1929; G 1739. 

Woolfenden (L. G.) paintings: 
Automobile girl, 3990. [Girl driving 
roadster, large mountains in back- 
ground, lake in front of mountains.] 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1363. 

Girl at pool in garden, 3982. Draped 
figure in front of a pool. Large moun- 
tains in background, broken stone walk 
in foreground. Flowers and large 
trees growing around pool. © 1 c. 
July 25, 1929; G 1369. 

Hymn to the sun, 3967. Girl, tulle 
draped over her body is standing on a 
small terrace playing a pipe. Small 
post in front of her, stone wall at left, 
poplar trees growing back of wall. 
Mountains and lake in background. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929; G 1383. 

Looking for the fairies, 3984. Little 
girl with blonde curls sitting on a rock 
looking in a pool. Waterlilies and re- 
flection of moon in pool. Large tree 
and shrubs growing in background. © 
1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1388. 

Mother and baby, 3983. Mother 
holding baby in her arms. Large tree 
in background, flowers on either side. 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1389. 

Now you tell one, 3989. [Nude baby 
sitting on a table; laughing heartily] 
© 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1392. 



Source, 3965. Girl with tulle draped 
over her body sitting on some rocks 
pouring water out of a vase, forming 
a small waterfall over rocks. Trees in 
background. © 1 c. July 25, 1929; G 
1395. 

Paladini (Sauerio) & son, New York. 

9450 
Beneduce (Pasquale) Design: 
Sweet charity. [Interior of house 
showing two women at right shaking 
hands; cat and dog in front of fire- 
place at left] © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929; 
G 1615. 

Paramino (John Francis)* Boston. 

9451 

Design : 

Massachusetts men who have been 
awarded the Congressional medal of 
honor. Tablet. [At top insignia of 
spread eagle and wreath, reproduction 
of medal in lower right and left cor- 
ners. List of names in between.] © 
1 c. Aug. 1, 1929 ; G 1463. 

Parker (George C.)* Chicago. 9452 

Drawing : 

Century of progress — Chicago, U. S. 
A. [Representation of various modes 
of transportation: covered wagon, 
ship, train, airplanes and dirigible. 
Skvscrapers in background] © 1 c. 
July 22, 1929 ; G 1332. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 9453 
Rehberger (A. C.) Model: 
Golf player. Figure of male golf 

player completing driving stroke, [on 

circular base] © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1929 ; 

G 1866. 

Parsell (Ella H.)* Loganton, Pa. 

9454-9457 

Drawings : 

Air mail envelope. [Biplane, closed 
model, propeller in motion.] © 1 c. 
July 18, 1929; G 1504. 

[Biplane, open model, propeller 

in motion] © 1 c. July 18, 1929; G 
1503. 

Air mail seal. [Biplane. No pro- 
peller showing] © 1 c. July 26, 1929 ; 
G 1505. 

[Monoplane] © 1 c. July 26, 

1929; G 1506, 

Paulding (John)* Chicago. 9458 

Sculpture : 

Lake breeze. Figure of nymph float- 
ing at the crest of a wave, with head 
thrown back as if blowing a kiss from 
the finger-tips. Base is elliptical in 



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9483 



shape and finished at bottom with a 
wave form. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 1929; 
G 1777. 

Pelletier (Michael)* New York. 9459 

Design : 

Pelletier mirror-plax. Feminine head 
surrounded by stars above a scroll. 
[Circular design of lettering below] 
© 1 c. July 16, 1929 ; G 1312. 

Peruggi (Ernesto)* New York. 

9460-9464 

Sculpture : 

Columbus landing at San Salvador. 
[Plaque with figures of Columbus and 
other men, in relief] © 1 c. July 1, 
1929; G 1162. 

Grand Canal, Venice. [Plaque show- 
ing gondola in foreground ; row of 
buildings in background] © 1 c. July 
1, 1929 ; G 1164. 

Return. [Interior scene showing 
men and women in foreign costume 
greeting one another and conversing in 
groups. Tables at right] © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1929; G 1747. 

Speak no evil, see no evil, hear no 
evil. [Five nude children in various 
positions representing the five senses. 
Wooded landscape in background] © 
1 c. Aug. 24, 1929; G 1607. 

Washington crossing the Delaware. 
[Plaque with figures of Washington 
and other men in boat, in relief] © 
1 c. July 1, 1929 ; G 1163. 

Peters cartridge co., Cincinnati. 9465 

Painting : 

Hunter and hunted. [Wild animal 
on rocky cliff in foreground looking 
down at hunter below] © 1 c. Sept. 
7, 1929; G 1767. 

Petri (Pitt) Buffalo. 9406-9471 

Hagenauer (Karl) sculpture: 
Grotesque statuette of a bird. © 

1 c. July 23, 1929 ; G 1342. 

Grotesque statuette of a dog. A, B. 

© 1 c. each July 23, 1929; G 1343, 

1344. 
Grotesque statuette of a horse. A, B. 

© 1 c. each July 23, 1929 ; G 1345, 1346. 
Grotesque statuette of a rooster. © 

1 c. July 23, 1929; G 1347. 

Polman (Bertha M.)* Irondequoit, 
N. Y. 9472 

Painting : 

Return of Christ. [Full length 
robed figure of Christ in midst of 



shadowy clouds. Radiating cross at 
right]. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1929; G 1608. 



Porter (N.) saddle 
Phoenix, Ariz. 



harness co., 
9473 



Megargee (Lon) painting: 
Bucking horse with rider. [Cowboy 
seated on horse, rearing off ground, 
forefeet lifted high] © 1 c. July 22, 
1929; G 1337. 

Pratt (George D.) New York. 9474 
Spiegle (Frederick M.) Painting: 
Builders of the nation. Covered 
wagons drawn by oxen, with figures 
of men in foreground and mountains 
in distance. © 1 c. May 27, 1929; G 
83899. 

Rae (Henry M.)* care Dry milk co., 
New York. 9475-9476 

Sculpture : 

Anne (St.) and the Virgin Mary. 
Circular relief showing the Virgin 
Mary as a little girl and her mother, 
St. Anne, teaching her from a book. 
© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1928 ; G 84764. 

Therese (St.) Standing figure of 
Carmelite nun holding roses and cruci- 
fix. Head slightly inclined forwards. 
© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1928 ; G 84765. 

Rehberger (A. C.) co., Chicago. 9477 
Rehberger (A. C.) Model: 
Tiger. [Standing figure of a tiger, 

mouth open] © 1 c. July 20, 1929; 

G 1331. 

Rider (Charles Joseph) San Pedro, 
Calif. 9478-9483 

Gerrity (John Emmett) painting: 
Landscape. Garden walk, grass 

plots, shrubbery, trees, foliage and 

building. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1929; G 

1486. 

King (Albert Henry) painting: 
Still-life. Plaid table cloth, tile, 

plate, fruit, dish and stands, cabbage 

and fruit, vases, iris, landscape. © 

1 c. Aug. 5, 1929 ; G 1487. 
Redmond (James) painting: 
Goats. Rhythmic treatment of two 

goats, trees and foliage formation. © 

1 c. Aug. 5, 1929; G 1485, 
Russell (Morgan) paintings: 
Bather. Male torso shown against 

water and foliage. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 

1929; G 1483. 

Daisies. In pitcher on table. © 1 

c. Aug. 5, 1929 ; G 1482. 

Pink rose. Flowers set in two jugs 

on table. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1929 ; G 1484. 



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Rochester chamber of commerce, Ro- 
chester, N. Y. 9484 
Hopkinson (Charles) painting: 
Eastman (George) [Seated, three 

quarter length] © 1 c. July 27, 1929; 

G 1455. 

Roland Park co., Baltimore. 9485 

Harrison (Lloyd) Drawing: 
Pioneers in restricted developments. 

Title inscribed on ribbon panel at base 

of drawing of section of home exterior. 

© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1929 ; G 1753. 



Roman art co., inc., St. 
Rocchigiani (Renato) 
Boy and girl sitting 
fish. [Small barefoot 
seated close together on 
looking down. Circular 
small aquarium] © 1 c. 
G 1222. 



Louis. 9486 

sculpture : 

and watching 

boy and girl 

high support, 

base to hold 

July 12, 1929 ; 



Rubins (David Kresz)* Minneapolis. 

9487-9488 

Sculpture : 

Eve. [Nude figure of girl holding 
apple in her right hand.] Left hand 
outstretched. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929; G 
1507. 

Water. Nude female figure in re- 
lief, represented reclining in conven- 
tionalized water and sea-weed. © 1 
c. Aug. 1, 1929; G 1508. 

Ruprecht (Frank Davis)* Dallas. 

9489 

Sculpture : 

Pioneers. Panel, desert scene show- 
ing covered wagon, cacti trees, oxen, 
man, dog, and ox skull near a cactus. 
© 1 c. Sept. 19, 1929 ; G 1819. 

Russell (Walter)* New York. 9490 

Sculpture : 

Edison (Thomas A.) Bust. © 1 c. 
Sept. 23, 1929; G 1838. 

Sacks (Emil H.) Philadelphia. 9491 
Williams (Otey) Painting: 
Gift bank check. Winter scenery 
with Christmas decorations including 
words, Merry Christmas. [Bank check 
below] © 1 c. July 5, 1929; G 1179. 

Sar (H. Stewart)* Hollywood, Calif. 

9492 

Design : 

American short story magazine cov- 
er. [Lettering in oblong space at top ; 
silhouette of bird in circle at center, 
and lettering diagonally below] © 1 
c. May 27, 1929; G 1722. 



Schlitz (John)* Leavenworth, Kan. 

9493 

Model : 

Peace memorial. Shield with crossed 
swords sheathed and chained to shield, 
on face of monument consisting of 
rough-hewn rocks, and design of ter- 
razzo terrace. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1929; 
G 1605. 

Schmandt (Henrietta E.) Buffalo. 

9494, 9495 

Schmandt (Yetta) [pseud.] Draw- 
ing: 

December. Symbolical astrological 
birthday greeting card. [Centaur 
shooting bow and arrow at face in up- 
per right hand corner] © 1 c. Aug. 
1, 1929; G 1603. 

September. Symbolical astrological 
birthday greeting card. [Woman in 
flowing robes seated on branch of 
flowering vine, with wings spread 
above her head] © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929 ; 
G 1602. 

Schomberg (Bertram)* New York. 

9496 

Sculpture : 

Light of industry- An artistic con- 
ception of a skyscraper with a hand 
bearing a rod pointing skyward. © 
1 c. Sept. 17, 1929; G 1798. 

Sears (Philip S.) Beverly, Mass. 

9497 
Sears (Philip Shelton) Sculpture: 
Lodge (Henry Cabot) Portrait of 

the late senator. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 

1929; G 1573. 

Segale (Carlo)* Chicago. 9498 

Painting: 

Mother sacrifice. A mother sees her 
two children in danger of being run 
clown by a locomotive ; she throws one 
child from the path of the locomotive 
but fails to rescue the other; and 
mother and one child are run down 
and killed. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1929; G 
1542. 

Seville studios, inc., Cleveland. 

9499-9502 

Terr (Joseph) Sculpture: 

Cat. [Figure of cat sitting on rec- 
tangular base] © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1929 ; 
G 1868. 

Horse. [Figure of horse, left foreleg 
raised] © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1929; G 
1809. 

Lion. [Left feet forward, mouth 
open] © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1929; G 1844. 

Orphans. [Two orphan puppies hud- 
dled close together] © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1929; G 1820. 



192 



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do. 3, 1929 



9525 



Simmers (A. M.) & sons, St. Cloud, 
Minn. 9503-9508 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Benson memorial, 284. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1552. 

Campbell memorial, 283. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1553. 

Howard memorial, 286. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1550. 

Kittredge memorial, 288. © Aug 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; G 1548. 

Rayne memorial, 285. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1551. 

Ripley memorial, 287. © Aug. 7, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 16; G 1549. 

Sinnock (John R.)* Philadelphia. 

9509 

Model : 

Payne fund, official seal. [Circular 
design with lettering in border, pro- 
file heads of two children in center, 
and laurel and lighted lamp below] 
© 1 c. July 29, 1929; G 1864. 

Smith (Wallace)* Los Angeles. 

9510-9515 

Drawings : 

Constabulary, Island of Tapit. [Two 
dark skinned men in military uni- 
forms, with rifles facing each other. 
Tropical scene] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929; 
G 1758. 

Hymie. [Swarthy, heavy set, bald- 
headed man, in tuxedo, smoking cigar] 
© 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929 ; G 1762. 

Juniper o. [Dark-skinned soldier in 
officer's uniform, with sword raised in 
right hand. Reward bill posted on 
wall behind him] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1929; G 1759. 

Lastro as he appears in the half- 
tone on the reward bill. [Head and 
shoulders of dark-skinned man with 
cartridge belt over left shoulder] © 
1 c. Aug. 12, 1929 ; G 1761. 

Lastro — final scene. [Dark-skinned 
man in sailor trousers and cap and 
striped sweater, standing with arms 
akimbo] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929; G 
1763. 

McDougal and one of Lastro's crew. 
[A sailor, with hands in pockets, smok- 
ing pipe. At left a dark-skinned man, 
barefooted, with sword on belt at his 
waist] © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1929; G 1760. 

Sprague (Florence)* Des Moines, la. 

9516 

Sculpture : 

Louise. [Statuette depicting a gi- 
raffe in standing position] © 1 c. 
Sept. 20, 1929; G 1821. 



Stader (Florence May)* Plymouth, 
Mich. 9517 

Drawing : 

Lessons on safety, citizenship and 
health. [Bunnyville Bunnies nos. 
1-65] © 1 c. June 8, 1929; G 1313. 

Staley (Henry Shapard)* Nashville. 

9518 

Design : 

Badge of Knights Philosoph. Shield, 
broad line from lower left to upper 
right on which is Ph K. Upper left, 
torch across open book ; lower right 
sword and helmet. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 
1929 ; G 1539. 

Stehli bros., Zurich, Switzerland. 

9519 
Cucuel (Edward) painting: 
Strand idyll. [Women here and 
there in groups under sun umbrellas, 
on the beach. Water in the back- 
ground] © 1 c. July 5, 1929 ; G 1217. 

Stewart granite works, Mannington, 
W. Va. 9520 

Stewart (Roy H.) Design: 
Whelan memorial. © Sept. 16, 1929 ; 

2 c. Sept. 21 ; G 1827. 

Strien (Gladys Irene)* North Platte, 
Neb. 9521 

Painting : 

Sonny boy. Boy with basket-ball in 
his arm [wearing overalls and stand- 
ing in front of a bush] © 1 c. Sept. 3, 
1929; G 1748. 

Tagaris (Andrew A.)* Cleveland. 

9522 

Sculpture : 

Edison (Thomas A.) Low relief 
portrait. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1929 ; G 1480. 

Tiffany studios, New York. 9523 

Tiffany (Louis C.) Model: 
Waring. [Headstone, in memory of 
Edward Wattes Waring, of simple de- 
sign. Bird in flight over water, at top; 
conventional border down sides ; letter- 
ing in center] © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1929 ; 
G 1785. 

Tobin (Anna G.) Brooklyn. 9524 

Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc. design: 
Tobin cemetery memorial, tryptych 
in form with platform base. Carved 
cross on center die with carved panel 
on wing pilasters. © 1 c. July 12, 
1929 ; G 1223. 

Trigg (Robert) & sons, Rockford, 111. 

9525 
Trigg (Milton H.) design: 
Trigg (Robert) memorial. © July 

16, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; G 1511. 



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3526 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Tyer (James Harold)* Bridgeport, 
Conn. 9526 

Drawing: 

Mrs. Gabbit. Comic strip compris- 
ing eight characters. [Six views] © 
1 c. July 2, 1929; G 1166. 

Universal granite co., inc., St. Cloud, 
Minn. 9527-9529 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Hodel memorial, 326. © June 25, 
1929; 2 c. June 29; G 1155. 

Sehmaus memorial, 325. © June 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; G 1154. 

Stanley memorial, 328. © June 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 29 ; G 1153. 

Valverde (Moreno) Hollywood, Calif. 

9530-9539 

Valverde (Jose) drawings: 

Adoree (Renee) Iconogram, fig. 10. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1360. 

Astor (Mary) Iconogram, fig. 8. © 
1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1358. 

Banky (Vilma) Iconogram, fig. 7. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1357. 

Bow (Clara) Iconogram, fig. 6. © 
1 c. July 15, 1929; G 1356. 

Da vies (Marion) Iconogram, fig. 5. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1355. 

Del Rio (Dolores) Iconogram, fig. 4. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929; G 1354. 

Garbo (Greta) Iconogram, fig. 1. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1351. 

Negri (Poli) Iconogram, fig. 2. © 
1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1352. 

Talmadge (Norma) Iconogram, fig. 
3. © 1 c. July 15, 1929 ; G 1353. 

Velez (Lupe) Iconogram, fig. 9. © 
1 c. July 15, 1929; G 1359. 

Volk (Douglas)* Center Lovell, Me. 

9540 

Painting : 

Midst gathering clouds. Head of 
Lincoln, front view, dark sky back- 
ground, dark coat, eyes looking partly 
down. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1929; G 1779. 

Walcutt bros. co., New Lork. 

9541-9545 

Lang (Max) Design: 

No. 607. Frame effect made up of 
diagonal blocks of two designs. © 
1 c. Sept. 20, 1929; G 1815. 

Scharbius (A.) Designs: 

No. 612. Frame with Japanese de- 
sign, three motifs at top and two mo- 
tifs at bottom. Stipple effect back- 
ground. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1929 ; G 1813. 

No. 613. Frame of scroll lines and 
straight lines, conventional. © 1 c. 
Sept. 20, 1929 ; G 1814. 



Watson (Mabel M.) Designs: 
No. 609. Conventional owl heads 
and block background, with solid space 
in center for name. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1929 ; G 1818. 

No. 610. Square formed of fork and 
flash motifs, with solid space for name 
in center. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1929; G 

1817. 

Walsh (Edward A.) New York. 9546 
Coolidge (C. M.) Painting: 
Enthusiastic fans. [Grandstand full 

of dogs watching a dog baseball game. 

Houses in the background] © 1 c. 

July 5, 1929 ; G 1184. 

Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc.*, New York. 

9547 

Design : 

Hewlett. Cemetery memorial with 
platform base. Carved band near top 
of die stone. © 1 c. July 1, 1929; G 
1161. 

Weidlich bros., mfg. co., Bridgeport, 

Conn. 9548 

Flauder (Alfred J.) design: 

Outboard motor statue. [Speed boat 

with man inside manipulating outboard 

motor. Supported on irregular swirl 

base representing wave] © 1 c. June 

28, 1929; G 1218. 

Wickenden (Robert John)* Brooklyn. 

9549 

Design : 

Home is the sailor, home from the 
sea, and the hunted home from the 
hill. [Man with game in hand, gun 
over his shoulder and dog at his side, 
approaching a house at bottom of cliff 
on left. Sailing vessel in bay at right 
and two men in rowboat approaching 
shore] © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1929 ; G 1574. 

Wilke (William H.)* San Francisco. 

9550 

Drawing : 

Water front in early San Francisco. 
[Large two-masted schooner with sails 
furled, in front of dock with frame 
buildings. Man in rowboat in fore- 
ground] © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1929 ; G 1572. 

Willet stained glass & decorating co., 
Philadelphia. 9551 

Willet (A. L.) and Willet (Henry 
Lee) design: 

Columba (St.) window design. 
Three panels with St. Columba center 
and in two medallions in each side 
panel, scenes from his life. Ornamen- 
tal tracery above. © 1 c. July 23, 
1929; G 1341. 



194 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 3, 1929 



9555 



Wilson (Edgar)* Philadelphia. 9552 

Model : 

Doublefaced head and neck in mod- 
ernistic shape, different expression on 
either face. [Obverse frowning; re- 
verse smiling] © 1 c. June 5, 1929; 
G 1178. 



Huff) * 



Colorado 
9553 



Winternitz (Nellie 
Springs, Colo. 

Painting : 

Floral picture. Made of pine cones 
and dried seed pods to represent flow- 
ers and painted in natural colors, on 
clay and board base. © 1 c. May 17, 
1929 ; G 1467. 



Wolter (Adolph)* Chicago. 9554 

Sculpture : 

Valentino (Rudolph) Bust of. © 
1 c. July 29, 1929 ; G 1454. 

Woodmansee (Horace Albro) Brook- 
lyn. 9555 

Woodmansee (H. A.) and Clardy 
( George ) Drawing : 

When I was a boy, by Morris Gest, 
as told to H. A. Woodmansee. An 
illustrated interview with a celebrity, 
in the first person. Consists of a se- 
ries of six panels of text and illustra- 
tive drawings concerning man's boy- 
hood. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1929 ; G 1790. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalogue since Jan. 
1, 1928 1, 



855 



195 



CLASS H-K 

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



Abbott (Eleanor D.) Frederick, Md. 

9556-9559 

4 prints: 

Bedroom furniture belonging to Mrs. 
Barbara Fritchie ; K 5441. — China and 
silver owned and used by Mrs, Bar- 
bara Fritchie; K 5443— Fritchie's 
(Barbara) quilted silk petticoat, silk 
reticule, etc.; K 5442. — Riehl's Spring, 
as it was in 1862 ; K 5444. © May 30, 
1929; 2 c. each July 22. 
Adams (I. 0.) Calistoga, Calif. 9560 

Memorial tablet at Bale mill. © 
July 24, 1929 ; 2 c. July 27 ; J O— 3004. 

Ackermann (Arthur) & son, ltd., Lon- 
don. 9561, 9562 

Battle of Quiberon Bay, 1759, by 
Harold Wyllie. © May 31, 1929 ; 1 c. 
June 15 ; K 5264. 

Battle of the Nile, 1798, by Harold 
Wyllie. © May 31, 1929; 1 c. June 
15; K 5265. * 

Air-scale co., Toledo, O. 9563 

Tires inflated accurately with fil- 
tered and weighed air. © Sept. 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 7 ; J 0—3121. 

Albany evening union co., Albany. 

9564-9566 

Aerial photo of Auburn prison as 
guards fought frenzied prisoners. © 
July 29, 1929 ; 1 c. July 31 ; K 5882. 

Aerial picture snapped during Au- 
burn prison break. © July 29, 1929; 

1 c. July 31 ; K 5854. 

Fighting flames as prisoners riot. 
© July 29, 1929 ; 1 c. July 31 ; K 5853. 

Alemite lubricator co., Los Angeles. 

9567 
World turns 'round and its lubricant 
is Alemite. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1929; J 
O— 2823. 

American airports Corp., New York. 

9568, 9569 

Model airport, scheme 1. © June 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. July 29 ; I 897. 

Scheme 2. © June 29, 1929; 

2 c. July 30 ; I 909. 



American airways service, Oakland, 
Calif. 9570 

Saint Marys college, Contra Costa 
Co., Calif. © Aug. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 
9; J 0—3315. 

American automobile assn., Washing- 
ton. 9571-9580 

10 prints : 

Come on, Sport, let's cross on the 
green. S. S. P. 13.— Curb is the limit. 
S. S. P. 18.— Ever alert never hurt. 
S. S. P. 16. — Keep mother happy, obey 
the schoolboy patrol. S. S. P. 12.— 
Look left, then right before crossing 
streets. S. S. P. 11.— Merry Christ- 
mas and a safe New Year. S. S. P. 
14. — Policeman is your friend always 
obey him. S. S. P. 15, — Bide begging 
is unsafe and unfair. S. S. P. 19. — 
Teach your pets to keep off the street. 
S. S. P. 20.— We always stop, look, 
listen at each corner. S. S. P. 17. © 
July 9, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 23; K 
5699-5708. 

American bank note co., New York. 

9581-9588 

Auburn automobile co., special V 
65605. © Aug. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; 
K 5957. 

North American refractories co. 
Special V-65205. © June 25, 1929; 2 
c. July 17; K 5282. 

Santander banco de la republica, 
Bogota, Colombia. Special V-65204. 
© June 21, 1929 ; 2 c. July 17 : K 5281. 

United aircraft & transport corp. 
Special V-65199. © June 14, 1929; 2 
c. July 17; K 5280. 

V-64872. © June 1, 1929; 2 c. July 
17; K 5278. 

V-64874. © June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 
17 ; K 5279. 

V-65464. © July 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 21 ; K 5956. 

V-65608. © Aug. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 
21 ; K 5955. 



196 



MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES, H TO K 



no. 3, 1929 



9622 



American eagle fire insurance co., New 
York. 9589 

Jefferson {President) and his cabi- 
net. © May 27, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; 
K 5553. 

American Jersey cattle club, New 
York. 9590, 9591 

[Fanvic's Prince] © July 15, 1929 ; 
2 c. July 31 ; K 5461. 

[Sociable Sybil] © July 15, 1929; 
2 c. July 31; K 5460. 

American telephone & telegraph co., 
New York. 9592-9597 

(Accident prevention) : 

Be sure no one is on rolling ladder, 
etc., 76; K 5755. — Climbing stepped 
poles, 78 ; K 5757. — Safety straps, 73 ; 
K 5752. — Use rope sling while at work 
in a tree, 74 ; K 5753. — Use screw driv- 
er efficiently. 77 ; K 5756.— Where lad- 
der is used to support weight of man, 
etc., 75; K 5754. © Apr. 16, 1929; 2 
c. each Aug. 28. 

American youth foundation, St. Louis. 

9598 
Vision of Christian leadership. © 
July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 5881. 

Anderson (Carl Thomas) Madison, 
Wis. 9599-9601 

Dusty hates homework. {In Amer- 
ican Kennel Gazette) © Sept. 1; 1 c. 
Sept. 9; K 5858. 

Dusty knows it won't be long now. 
{In American Kennel Gazette) © 
July 1, 1929; 1 c. July 8; K 5205. 

Dusty's flapper sister tries out her 
teeth. {In American Kennel Gazette) 
© Aug. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 8 ; K 5520. 

Anderson (Maurice Phelps) Seattle. 

9602 
Rainier (Mt.) and Seattle from 
Queen Anne Hill. © July 15, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 5 ; JO 2646. 

Anderson (Norman Lawrence) Rice 
Lake, Wis. 9603-9608 

Bunyan's (Paul) camp, Rice Lake, 
Wis., from a Wisconsin northern air- 
ways plane, 1411. © Sept. 25, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 25 ; JO 3359. 

Cameron, Wis., Cameron creamery 
company from a Wisconsin northern 
airways plane, 1414. © Sept. 25, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 25 ; JO 3358. 

Rice Lake, Wis., from a Wisconsin 
northern airways plane, 1403. © Sept. 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 9 ; JO 3119. 



Hines laboratory co., from a 

Wisconsin northern airways plane, 
1401. © Sept. 9, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 9; 
JO 3118. 

Looking northeast from a Wis- 
consin northern airways plane, 1402. 
© Sept. 16, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 16, JO 
3255. 

West side, from a Wisconsin 

northern airways plane, 1404. © Sept. 
16. 1929; 2 c. Sept. 16; JO 3256. 

Animal mfg. co., St. Louis. 9609 

Play pony. © July 3, 1929; 2 c. 
July 8; K 5198. 

Antonelli (Severo) Philadelphia. 9610 
Vare (Mildred) © July 27, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 1 ; JO 2565. 

Architects' small house service bureau, 
Mountain division, inc., Denver. 

9611 
Residence plan, 6-B27. 4 sheets. 
Blueprint. © Jan. 29, 1927 ; 2 c. Aug. 
26; I 1043. 

Arenz (John A.) Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 

9612^9622 

[Arenz combination single and dou- 
ble thread barbed screw and electrical 
construction insulator, single point] 
© 1 c. Sept. 30, 1929 ; I 1106, 

[Arenz double thread and single- 
thread, single point, barbed screw 
drive, fetter drive. Fig. 1-5.] © 1 c. 
Sept. 4, 1929 ; I 1034. 

[Arenz double thread, barbed bit, 
double-point. Fig. 1-4.] © 1 c. Sept. 
4, 1929; I 1033. 

[Construction accessories having 
single point, double thread, speed screw 
shanks. 10 sheets] © 1 c. June 29, 
1929; I 861. 

Double thread, speed bit, single 
point, fig. 1-4. © 1 c. July 30, 1929 ; 
I 921. 

[Single point, double thread, barbed, 
drive screw] © 1 c. June 4, 1929 ; 
I 863. 

[Single point, speed, expansion bit] 
© 1 c. June 4, 1929 ; I 862. 

4 drawings: 

Arenz double thread bit for boring 
square and angular shaped holes, sin- 
gle point. [2 sheets] ; I 983. — Arenz 
new departure. [Extension lip, dou- 
ble wedged hammer. 2 sheets] ; I 
986. — Arenz post hole auger bit, dou- 
ble thread. [Single point] ; I 984.— 
Double lock-double thread-lock bolt; 
I 985. © 1 c. each Aug. 23, 1929. 



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9623 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Armstrong (Albert) Ocean Park, Me. 

9623 
Plenty Crows (Chief) © July 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 3 ; J 240. 

Art extension press, inc., Westport, 
Conn. 9624-9630 

[Frieze of prophets (Micah, Haggai, 
Malachi, and Zachariah)] by John 
Singer Sargent. © Aug. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 22 ; K 5696. 

[Holiday, 119] © Dec. 3, 1928 ; 2 c. 
May 17, 1929; K 5285. 

[King Lear] by Edwin Abbey. © 
Aug. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; K 5697. 

Men on the dock, by Bellows, 9117. 
© Mar. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. May 17 ; K 5283. 

[Mother and child] © Aug. 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; K 5698, 

Northeaster, by Winslow Homer, 
9118. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. May 17; 
K 5284. 

Whistling boy, by Frank Duveneck, 
9115. © Feb. 1, 1929; 2 c. May 17; 
K 5286. 

Associated laundries of America, inc., 
Syracuse, N. Y. 9631-9638 

Girls of other nations contest. Se- 
ries no. 1. © June 17, 1929 ; 2 c. July 
10; K 5217. 

Series 2. © July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Aug. 1 ; K 5454. 

Series 3. © July 31, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Aug. 6; K 5496. 

Series 4, 5. © Aug. 5, 12, 1929 ; 

2 c.each Aug. 19; K 5661, 5662, 

Series 6. © Aug. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Sept. 3 ; K 5783. 

Series 7. © Sept. 3, 1929; 2 c. 

Sept. 16 ; K 5912. 

Series 8. © Sept. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Sept. 20; K 5952. 

Aulsbrook & Jones furniture co., Stur- 

gis, Mich. 963^-9643 

Early American group, A-E. © Aug. 

8, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 14 ; J O— 3029- 

3033. 

Babson institute, Babson Park, Mass. 

9644-9667 

Every business would be better for 
a few improvements, 97. © June 26, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 2269. 

If a fellow has the right stuff in 
him, etc., 118. © Mar. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
July 29 ; K 5433. 

In planning, in making, in selling, 
etc., 96. © June 15, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 
22 ; K 2273. 



It's easier to find a dozen men who 
argue how a job should be done, etc., 
95. © June 15, 1928; 2 c. Dec. 22; 
K 2272. 

Many a person will work out his 
own problems, etc., 98. © June 29, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 2270. 

Minute is a little thing, etc., 104. 
© Dec. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 2271. 

No one will know how good you are, 
until you yourself prove it, 117. © 
Mar. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. July 29 ; K 5434. 

Only two kinds of people fail, 93. © 
June 30, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 2274. 

True workmanship or service, etc., 
115. © Jan. 29, 1929; 2 c. July 29; 
K 5880. 

What we have a right to expect of 
the American boy, etc., SS 4. © June 
26, 1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 2268. 

When a fellow finds himself getting 
tired of his job, etc., 105. © Dec. 15, 
1928 ; 2 c. Dec. 22 ; K 2275. 

While you work for a concern, work 
for their interest, etc., 106. © Nov. 
21, 1928 ; 2 c. July 29, 1929 ; K 5425. 

Your reputation can be damaged by 
the opinion of others, 110. © Dec. 7, 
1928 ; 2 c. July 29, 1929 ; K 5879. 

3 prints: 

Sometimes a gap due to difference 
in training, etc., 107. — Street called by 
and by, 109. — Your trade mark is 
shown on every thing you do, 108. © 
Dec. 7, 1928 ; 2 c. each July 29, 1929 ; 
K 5426-5428. 

4 prints: 

Accomplishment must be preceded by 
preparation, 114. — Back of every busi- 
ness, that keeps up with the times are 
individuals who keep ahead of them, 
111. — Fellows who attract offers usu- 
ally have offered to do a lot they 
weren't hired to do, 113. — Job that 
can't be done is often finished by the 
fellow who won't quit, 112. © Jan. 
29, 1929; 2 c. each July 29; K 5429- 
5432. 

4 prints: 

Experience fits a person to hold 
down the job he has, 120. — Far fields 
often look the greenest, 123. — If you 
want to get ahead turn your ambition 
loose on doing things, 125. — It is true 
that men make industries, 121. © 
June 26, 1929; 2 c. each July 29; K 
5435-5438. 



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no. 3, 1929 



9711 



Baetzhold (George James) jr., James- 
town, N. Y. 9668 
Dahlstrom metallic door company, 
aerial view. © July 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 
7 ; 1 c. Aug. 28 ; J O— 3005. 

Bailey (John William Alexander) In- 
dependence, Mo. 9669,9670 

Hours or dispensations when God 
sent servants into his vineyard. © 
July 1. 1929 ; 2 c. July 3 ; J 0—2419. 

Multiplication tables in triangular 
and pyramidical form. © July 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 3 ; J O— 2420. 

Bailey meter co., Cleveland. 

9671-9685 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 60F- 
800TT. © June 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; 
I 994. 

Chart, 80F500TC. © May 22, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 992. 

Chart, 300F350F. © June 18, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 998. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 30F900T- 
15P. © June 12, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 28; 

1 996. 

■ Chart, 75F25P. © July 2, 1929 ; 

2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 1003. 

Chart, 140F350T. © May 27, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 993. 

Chart, 650F850T50OP. © June 

12, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 995. 

Electrically operated chart, 

2504. © July 1, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 28; 

1 1004. 

Bailey recorder chart, 5 T. © May 
7, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 991. 

Chart, 600K1000T. © June 21, 

1929; 2 c.Aug. 28; I 1002. 

Chart, 700K. © June 20, 1929 ; 

2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 999. 

Chart, 1400K, 700K1000T. © 

June 20, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 28; I 
1000, 1001. 

Chart, 1800K. © June 18, 1929 ; 

2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 997. 

Bailey specific gravity recorder 
chart, 54G. © May 24, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 28 ; I 1005. 

Baker (Harry C.) inc., New York. 

9686, 9687 

Proposed amusement park for Ver- 
non C. Seaver, Miami, Fla., plan. Blue- 
print. © July 23, 1929 ; 2 c. July 30 ; 
I 908. 

Speed king coaster with curve dips 
for R. E. Richwine, Harrisburg, Pa., 
plan and profile. Blueprint. © July 
15, 1929; 2 c. July 19; I 912. 



Baker (Milford) Bingham, Me. 

9688-9703 

Daggetville, Wyinan dam, Bingham, 
Me. © Sept. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 27 ; 
J 0—3363. 

Kineo from the air. © Aug. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; J 0—2862, 

Tomhegan and south from the air. 
© Aug. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; J O— 
2861. 

Wyman dam, Bingham, Me. © Sept, 
23, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 27 ; J 0—3362. 

12 photographs : 

Lakewood, Me.; J O— 3190.— Look- 
ing toward Wyman dam, Bingham, 
Me. ; J 0—3191— Looking up the Ken- 
nebec to Wyman dam, Bingham, Me. ; 
J 0—3195,— Madison, Me., A, B. ; J O— 
3200, 3201.— Norridgewock, Me. ; J O— 
3197.— North Anson, Me. ; J 0—3192.— 
Skowhegan, Me.; J 0—3196.— Solon, 
Me.; J 0—3193.— Solon, Me., and up 
the Kennebec River ; J O — 3194. — 
Wyman dam, Aug. 29, 1929; J O— 
3199. — Wyman dam, Bingham, Me., 
Aug. 29, 1929 ; J 0—3198. © Sept. 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 11, 1929. 
Ballinger co., Philadelphia. 9704-9705 

Warehouse and bakery of Almar 
stores co. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1929 ; J O— 
3296. 

Washington, D. C, Sanitary grocery 
company, new bakery and warehouse 
of. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1929; J O— 3017. 

Banks (Clyde) Bellingham, Wash. 

9706 

Shuksan (Mt.) from the highway. 

(g) July 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 13 ; J O— 

2838. 

Barber printing co., Winston-Salem, 
N. C. 9707-9709 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., office 
building, night view. © June 6, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 18 ; J 186. 

[Reynolds tobacco company, office 
building, open sky background] © 
June 6, 1929 ; 2 c. June 7 ; K 4903. 

[Special background] © June 6, 

1929 ; 2 c. June 7 ; K 4904. 

Barnes bros. nursery co., Yalesville, 

Conn. 9710 

[Buddleia alternifolia — Butterfly 

bush] © Sept. 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 26; 

K 6001. 

Bartholomae (William) Brooklyn. 

9711 
Roulette base ball game. © May 
22, 1929; 2 c. May 27; K 5222. 



79800—29- 



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Barton (Donald C.) Houston, Tex. 

9712 

[Slide rule for computing terrain 
effects for torsion balance. Blueprint] 
© Jan. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; I 816. 

Bassett (William A.) Perry, N. Y. 

9713-9724 

Cathedral Rock. Letchworth state 
park. © Sept. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 13 ; 
J 0—3237. 

Letchworth state park : 

Glen Iris.- — Gorge. — Lower Falls. — 
Middle Falls.— Upper Falls. © Sept. 
4, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 5 ; J O— 3087- 
3091. 

Perry, N. Y. : 

City Hail and Fire Department 
headquarters ; J O — 3232. — Commodore 
Hotel, new $150,000 ; J 0—3235.— Main 
street, view of ; J O — 3236. — Perry pub- 
lic schools; J 0—3234.— St. Joseph's 
church; J 0—3233. © Sept. 7, 1929; 
2 c. each Sept. 13. 

Silver Lake, N. Y. © Sept. 6, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 13 ; J 0—3238. 

Batchelder-Wilson co., Los Angeles. 

9725-9727 

Batchelder fountain. Designs 801 & 
803. 1016, 1017. © July 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Aug. 5 ; I 930-932. 

Bawden bros., inc., Davenport, la. 

9728 

Presto-chango modernized ! © July 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. July 24 ; K 5369. 

Bay state fishing co., Boston. 9729 

40 fathom fish. © July 22, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 10; K,5679. 

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

9730-9741 

Bonaparte (Lake) N. Y., south side: 
Along the shore; J O— 3078.— Bath- 
ing; J 0—2648.— Bluffs and racer 
speed boat ; J 0—2649.— Boy scouts at, 
bathing beach; J O — 3077. — Diving- 
platform; J O— 2650.— From the bath 
house; J 0—2647.— Island : J O— 
3079.— Landing ; J O— 3082. © Aug. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 5. 

4 photographs : 

Native deer, Adirondacks, in the for- 
est wilds. — Native deer feeding. — 
Twins of the forest. — Twins of the for- 
est, seldom seen and hard to find. © 
Aug. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 5 ; J O— 
3080, 3081, 3083, 3084. 



Bear film co., San Francisco. 

9742-9751 

10 photographs : 

Boat load of fish. — Exciting mo- 
ment. — Fish are biting good. — Fishing 
is good. — Good fish story. — Great fish- 
ing sport here. — I am catching big 
fish. — I landed a big one. — Kind we 
catch. — Loading our catch. © June 1, 
1929; 2 c. each June 28; J 0—2654, 
2655, 2657, 2656, 2658-2663. 

Bearse (E. Lewis) Centerville, Mass. 

9752 
Our first president and flag, 1776. 
© Aug. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 3 ; I 281. 

Beauchamp (Damase) Los Angeles. 

9753 
If you were busy being kind. etc. 
© July G, 1929 ; 2 c. July 12 ; K 5481. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd., London. 

9754-9762 

[Cries of London (matches)] by L. 
Dupont. © Aug. 10, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 
9 ; K 5548. 

In old Amiens ; by Camille Fonce. 
© Aug. 10, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 9; K 5549. 

Rouen (Rue du bac) by Camille 
Fonce. © Aug, 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 9 ; 
K 5550. 

6 prints by J. Alphege Brewer : 

Oxford (High street) ; K 5925.— 
Rouen (The church of St. Maclou) ; K 
5926.— St. Paul's cathedral. (The in- 
coming tide) ; K 5928. — Westm'nster 
(Boats moving off) ; K 5927. — York- 
minster (From the southwest) ; K 
5930. — Yorkminster (The crossing.) ; 
K 5929. © Sept. 2, 1929; 1 c. each 
Sept. 16. 

Bell (James W.) son & co., New York. 

9763-9774 

Our own publication, plate (1-5, 7, 
9-11, 13-15) H. © Sept. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
each Sept. 19; K 5938-5949. 
Benignus (William) New York. 9775 

[Mountain brook] © June 10, 1929 ; 
2 c. July 6 ; K 5173. 

Bennett (H. H.) studio, Kilbourn, Wis. 

9776-9796 

At the foot of the Narrows, Dells 
of the Wisconsin River. 201. © June 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. July 2 ; J 289. 

High Rock from Romance Cliff, 
Dells of the Wisconsin River, 200. 
© June 28, 1929 ; 2 c. July 2 ; J 288. 

5 photographs : 

In beads and feathers at the Stand 
Rock Indian ceremonial ; J O — 3338. — 
In the Indian amphitheatre at Stand 



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9842 



Rock; J 0—3346.— Little Moose 
(Chief) at the Stand Rock Indian cer- 
emonial : J O— 3340. — Lone Tree 
(Chief) Stand Rock Indian ceremo- 
nial; J 0—3341. — Silver Tongue 
(Chief) Stand Rock Indian ceremo- 
nial; J 0—3342. © Sept. 21, 1929; 
2 c. each Sept. 26. 
14 photographs : 

At the spring. The flute ceremony 
at Stand Rock.— Daybreak (Chief).— 
Eagle dancers, Stand Rock Indian cer- 
enn n'al. — Evergreen Tree (Indian). — 
Flute ceremony at Stand Rock. — In- 
dians and steamer near Stand Rock 
amphitheatre. — Interpreter at the 
Stand Rock Indian ceremonial. — Pray- 
er for rain. The Stand Rock Ind an 
ceremonial. — Ready for the War dance 
Stand Rock Indian ceremonial. — Scout 
dance. — Smoking the pipe of peace. — 
Swan dance. — Wee-hon-kah. A Win- 
nebago girl. — Winnebago basket mak- 
er. © Sept. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
26; J 0—3337, 3339, 3343-3345, 3347- 
3355. 

Berea college, Berea, Ky. 9797 

Lincoln (Abraham) boy. © June 
13, 1929 ; 2 c. July 15 ; J 203. 

Berger (Herbert I.) St. Louis. 9798 
In memoriam. © July 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 8 ; K 5448. 

Berry (W. W.) & co., Waterville, Me. 

9799 

Old Kennebec at Waterville, Maine. 

© Aug. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; K 5751. 

Bethe (Harry E.) Green Bay, Wis. 

9800 
Grandma's flowers. © Aug. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; JO— 2921. 

Bevan (William W.) Everett, Mass. 

9801-9806 

[Mother Goose series] : 

Hey diddle diddle. — Humpty Dumpty 
sat on a wall. — Little Miss Muffet. — 
Mary had a little lamb. — Mary, Mary 
quite contrary. — Rub-a-dub-dub, three 
men in a tub. © May 1. 1929; 2 c. 
each June 19; K 4912-4917. 

Beverly hall corp., Quakertown, Pa. 

9807 
Confederation of the Initiates. © 
July 19, 1929 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 5364. 

Bill (J. Anthony) Cincinnati. 

9808, 9809 
Harrington (Marjorie) full length 
© Aug. 23, 1929; JO 2990. 

% length. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 

1929 ; J 0—2991. 



Bishop, McCormick & Bishop, New 

York. 9810 

[Mr. Tighten] © Aug. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 22; K 5695. 

Blakeman & Shuter, Brooklyn. 9811 

Miller (Mr. Israel) © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1929; J 0—2842. 

Blue Peter pub. co., ltd., London. 

9812, 9813 

Flying squadron, by J. Spurling. © 
Aug. 1, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 21; K 5677. 

Golden Fleece (Ship) by J. Spurling. 
© Mar. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 21 ; K 5676. 

Bodziak (John) Philadelphia. 

9814, 9815 

Chicago Cubs, National league pen- 
nant winners, 1929. © Sept. 11, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 12 ; J 285. 

Philadelphia Athletics. American 
league pennant winners, 1929. © Sept. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 12 ; J 284. 

Boggs (Daniel Webster) Columbus. O. 

9816 
Doc Boggs. the business doctor. © 
May 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 5 ; K 5495. 

Bonney (M. Therese) Paris. 

9S17-9827 

Ford : 
Auteuil; J 0—2985.— Breda : J O— 
2981.— Drags; J 0—2983.— Eiffel tow- 
er; J 0—2988.— Eiffel tower with 
man; J O — 2989. — Malines cathedral; 
J 0—2987.— Malines Hotel de Ville ; 
J O — 2980. — Notre-Dame ; J O — 
2984.— Prefecture ; J 0—2982.— The 
Hague; J 0—2979.— Volendam ; J O— 
2986. © 1 c. each Aug. 23. 1929. 
Boos (Henry P.) Minneapolis. 9828 

[Dental chart.] © Aug. 13, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 16; I 1013. 
Boston horse show, inc., Boston. 9829 

Bostonians. © Aug. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 17; K 5660. 

Manchester, 
9830 

Old religious medal, both sides of, 
(St. Charles Borromeo) year about 
1535. © Sept. 3, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 4; 
J 279. 

Boyes (William H.) Brooklyn. 9831 
Boyes (William H.) airship. © 
July 16, 1929 ; 2 c. July 17 ; J 204. 

Braley (Everett Lyon) Cable. Wis. 

9832-9842 

N-L. P. cottages and Namakagon 
Island, 410. © Sept. 14, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 26; J 0—3336. 

Namakagon (Lake) 429. © 

Sept. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 26 ; J 0—3331. 



Boutrelle (Adrian E.) 
N. H. 



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Braley (Everett Lyon) — Continued. 

9 photographs : 
Ashland alcohol plant, 365. — Ashland 
fair grounds, 366. — Cranberry and 
Jackson Lakes, 406. — Namakagon 
(Lake) Andersons Bay, 415. — Nama- 
kagon (Lake) Benzes, general view, 
409. — Namakagon (Lake) Honeymoon 
Bay, 416.— Nothing (Lake) 411.— Noth- 
ing (Lake) Foxes resort, Diamond 
Lake, 412.— School, Fricks, Taylor 
Lake, 405. © Sept. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Sept. 26; J 0—3326-3330, 3332-3335. 

Brewer (Frederick C.) and Putman 

(Claude G.) Los Angeles. 9843 

Dress reform contest design, 1, 2. 

© Sept. 13, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 17; K 

5914. 

Brigham (William Clarence) jr., New 

York. 9844 

Announcing with love & kisses the 

arrival of , etc. [Baby card] © 

Aug. 23, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 10; K 5863. 

British art co., ltd., London. 9845 
Oldaker (Tom) huntsman to the 
Berkeley hunt on Pickle with hounds 
Maleburn and Hamper, 1820, by Rob- 
ert Houston after Benjamin Marshall 
Pinx. © Aug. 16, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 20 ; 
K 5672. 

Brodbeck (Adolph) Los Angeles. 

9846, 9847 

[Central pyramidal. East and south 
front. Ornamented water tower. 2 
sheets] © 1 c. July 16, 1929; I 980. 

[Synthesis silver- wings] © 1 c. 
Aug. 23, 1929; I 1092. 

Brookmire economic service, inc., New 
York. 9848-9855 

Brookmire trend chart. 1927-1928. 
© Nov. 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Nov. 15 ; I 830. 
Brookmire trend chart. 1928-1929. 
© Jan. 6, 1929; 2 c. Jan. 15 
I 831. 

© Feb. 11, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 1 
I 832. 

© Mar. 11, 1929; 2 c. Mar. 13 
I 833. 

© Apr. 6, 1929; 2 c. Apr. 10 
I 834. 

© June 10, 1929; 2 c. June 12 
I 835. 

© July 8, 1929; 2 c. July 12 
I 836. 

© Sept. 13, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 14 
I 1063. 



Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. 9856. 

Charbox baby. © Sept. 6, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 9 ; K 6011. 

Brown instrument co., Philadelphia. 

9857-9879 

Brown instrument co. chart, 958. © 
Aug. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; I 1039. 

• Chart 1069. © July 9, 1929; 

2 c. July 11 ; I 820. 

Chart 1338. © Sept. 26, 1929 ; 

2 c. Sept. 28 ; I 1104. 

■ Chart, 1359. © Sept. 5, 1929; 

2 c. Sept. 7; I 1041. 

Chart, 1550. © Sept. 18, 1929; 

2 c. Sept. 20 ; I 10(68. 

Chart, 2312, 2712. © Aug. 28, 

1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 30 ; I 1025, 1026. 

Chart 2713. © Aug. 15, 1929; 

2 c. Aug. 17 ; I 973. 

Chart, 3150. © Aug. 28, 1929 ; 

2 c. Sept. 3 ; I 1038. 

Chart, 3151. © Sept. 7, 1929; 

2 c. Sept. 11 ; I 1042. 

Chart, 3328. © July 22, 1929; 

2 c. Aug. 1 ; I 924. 

Chart 3329. © Aug. 16, 1929; 

2 c. Aug. 21 ; I 977. 

Chart, 3339, 3455. © Aug. 22, 

1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 24 ; I 988, 989. 

Chart 3416, 3418, 9052. © Aug. 

6, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 9; I 941, 940, 
939. 

Chart 3417. © Aug. 10, 1929; 

2 c. Aug. 8 ; I 972. 

Chart, 3450^3454. © July 15, 

1929 ; 2 c. each July 18 ; I 868-872. 

Buck (S. P.) Washington. 9880 

[Billgrip, fig. 1-8] © 1 c. Sept. 17, 
1929; I 1067. 

Burke and Koretke, Chicago. 

9881, 9882 

Chicago Cubs. © Sept. 19, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 21; J 0—3317. 

Philadelphia Athletics. © Sept. 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; J 0—3318. 

C. & G. realty & construction co., Co- 
lumbus, O. 9883-9885 

Bexley residence no. 1. Set 11, 
sheets 1-5. Blueprints. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1929; I 923. 

No. 2. Set 11A, sheets 2A, 

(4-8) A, 101. Blueprints. © 1 c. 
Apr. 29, 1929 ; I 922, 

Eight family apartment no. 3. 
Southeast corner Main st., and Broad- 
leigh rd., Columbus, O. set 36. 12 
sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 
1929; I 1103. 



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California etchers assn., Los Angeles. 

9886-9889 

Chinese mask. © Aug. 15, 1929 
2, c. Sept. 10' ; K 5873. 

Cleopatra's Nile. © Aug. 15, 1929 
2 c. Sept. 10; K 5872. 

Pekinese puppies. © Aug. 15, 1929 
2 c. Sept. 10 ; K 5871. 

Sandy. © Aug. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 
10 ; K 5870. 

Campbell (F. Soule) New York. 9890 
Hoover (President Herbert) © July 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; J 239. 

Capitol model aero supply house, 
Washington. 9891 

Lloyd commercial. Blueprint. © 
June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 24 ; I 886. 



Carli (Vincent) New York. 
Sunset. © July 27, 1929 
5 ; J 241. 



2 c. 



9892 
Aug. 



Cavalero (George) Union City, N. J. 

9893-9895 

Christ blessing little children. © 
Sept. 15, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 19; K 5954. 

[Our lady of perpetual help] © 
July 5, 1929 ; 2 c. July 13 ; K 5449. 

[Rita (St.)] © Sept. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 19; K 5953. 

Central trust co., Cincinnati. 

9896, 9897 

Famous last words. Ellen Terry. 
© June 19, 1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; K 5141. 

Michael Angelo. © June 24, 

1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; K 5142. 

Cessna aircraft co., Wichita. 9898 

Foaled on the plains. © Aug. 1, 
1929; 2 c. July 29; J 0—2531. 

Chace (Lynwood Morrell) Swansea, 
Mass. 9899, 9900 

Babes in the woods. © June 16, 
1929; 2 c. July 1; J 0—2387. 

Kind tabby-cat fosters family of 
baby skunks. © June 16, 1929; 2 c. 
July 1; J 0—2386. 

Chatto (B. H.) Pittsburgh. 9901 

Arc welding. © Aug. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 19; J 0—2865. 

Chicago Tribune, Chicago. 9902-11215 
All for the love of a lady. © Aug. 

5, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 16; K-ct. 3509. 
All quiet on the western front. © 

July 13, 1929 ; 1 c. July 16 ; K-ct. 2920. 



Alone at last. © May 29, 1929; 1 
c. June 1 ; K-ct. 2266. 

Always in the shadow. © June 24, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K-ct. 2867. 

Ambassador Dawes' busy week. © 
June 14, 1919 ; 1 c. June 18 ; K-ct. 2827. 

Amendment that might help the 
farm relief bill. © June 10, 1929; 
1 c. June 18 ; K-ct. 2823. 

Among the folks in history. 1929. 
© Weekly : 

May 5-26 ; 1 c. each May 11-June 1 ; 
K-ct. 2541-2544.— June 2-June 30 ; 1 c. 
each June 11- July 12; K-ct. 2779- 
2783.— July 7-28; 1 c. each July 12- 
Aug. 6; K-ct. 3193-3196.— Aug. 4-25; 
1 c. each Aug. 16-29 ; K-ct. 3466-3469. 

And gosh, how he dreads it ! © 
July 29, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 2936. 

And his middle name is Democrat. 
© June 5, 1929; 1 c.June 11; K-ct. 
2818. 

And it doesn't seem to matter how 
much he gives them, they're always 
broke. © July 16, 1929 ; 1 c. July 30; 
K-ct. 2954. 

And now for the annual battle of 
the century. © June 2, 1929; 1 c. 
June 11 ; K-ct. 2845. 

Animal trainer who quit at the 
crucial moment. © June 3, 1929 ; 1 c. 
June 11 ; K-ct. 2846. 

Annual struggle begins. © May 1, 
1929; 1 c. May 11; K-ct. 2269. 

Another argument against debt can- 
cellation. © June 16, 1929; 1 c. June 
25; K-ct. 2859. 

Another bumblebee's nest. © June 
14, 1929 ; 1 c. June 18 ; K-ct. 2857. 

Another fellow about ready to go on 
strike. © June 7, 1929 ; 1 c. June 11 ; 
K-ct. 2850. 

Anothe/ matter of precedence. © 
June 26, 1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K-ct. 2869. 

Another modern improvement. © 
May 8, 1929 ; 1 c. May 11 ; K-ct. 2276. 

Another way to start a war. © 
June 11, 1929; 1 c. June 18; K-ct. 
2854. 

Apologetic American, who — . © July 
6, 1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2913. 

Approval of silence. © June 18, 
1929; 1 c. June 25; K-ct. 2861. 

Are dreams actually beginning to 
come true? © May 31, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
11 ; K-ct. 2268. 

Are nations ungrateful? © Aug. 
13, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 19; K-ct. 3517. 



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Chicago Tribune — Continued. 

Argument continues. © June 6, 
1929; 1 c. June 11; K-ct. 2849. 

Argument over temperance. © May 
10, 1929; 1 c. May 17; K-ct. 2278. 

As the summer tourist rush begins. 
© May 26, 1929; 1 c. June 1; K-ct. 
2263. 

As they prepare to resume diplo- 
matic relations with Russia. © June 
27, 1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K-ct. 2840. 

At last we have positive proof of 
the theory of evolution. © June 15, 
J 929; 1 c. June 18; K-ct. 2858. 

At the annual reunion of prominent 
gang leaders. © May 21, 1929; 1 c. 
May 28; K-ct. 2258. 

At the bier of Caesar. © July 6, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2944. 

Atlantic liner of the future. © July 
SO, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 2937. 

Atrocities of prohibition. 1929. © : 
July 12 ; 1 c. July 16 ; K-ct. 2950.— 
July 19; 1 c. July 30; K-ct. 2957.— 
July 26; 1 c. July 30; K-ct. 2959.— 
Aug. 16; 1 c. Aug. 23; K-ct. 3540.— 
Aug. 23; 1 c. Aug. 29; K-ct. 3547.— 
Aug. 30 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3554. 

Auction rooms. © Aug. 4, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 16 ; K-ct. 3501. 

Bad in war outweighs the good. © 
July 14, 1929 ; 1 c. July 30 ; K-ct. 2921. 

Balanced helm. © June 4, 1929; 
1 c. June 11 ; K-ct. 2847. 

Bashful is as bashful does. © July 
7. 1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2904. 

Beast that never learns. © Aug. 19, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3543. 

Before the summer session is over 
Congress will be wishing for a Con- 
gress relief bill. © June 16, 1929; 
1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2829. 

Big Republicans celebrate the 75th 
anniversary of the birth of the party. 
© June 10, 1929; 1 c. June 18; K-ct. 
2853. 

Bound to lose. © July 10, 1929; 
1 c. July 16 ; K-ct. 2948. 

Branded men. © Aug. 17, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 23; K-ct. 3541. 

Bridge tender who just can't make 
up his mind. © May 27, 1929; 1 c. 
June 1 ; K-ct. 2295. 

But still complaining. © May 11, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 17 ; K-ct. 2279. 

Cartoons of the day. © May 23, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2260. 



Cartoons of the day. 1929. © : 
June 13 ; 1 c. June 18 ; K-ct. 2826.— 
June 15; 1 c. June 18; K-ct. 2828 — 
Aug. 17; 1 c. Aug. 23; K-ct. 3521.— 
Aug. 24 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K-ct. 3528. 

Change in our household. © May 
16, 1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2284. 

Change in the public's affections. © 
Aug. 31, 1929; 1 c. Sept. 10; K-ct. 
3555. 

Changing world. © May 24, 1929 
1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2261. 

Changing world. © July 7, 1929 
1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2914. 

Changing world. © July 15, 1929 
1 c. July 30 ; K-ct. 2922. 

Changing world. © July 27, 1929 
1 c. July 30 ; K-ct. 2934. 

Changing world. © Aug. 6, 1929 
1 c. Aug. 16 ; K-ct. 3510. 

Chicago's chance to give the world 
something else to talk about. © June 
4, 1929 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K-ct. 2817. 

Children of the nineties. © June 9, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 18 ; K-ct. 2810. 

China Russia row. © July 18, 1929 ; 
1 c. July 30 ; K-ct. 2925. 

Ching Chow. 1929. © Daily: 
May 1-31; 1 c. each May 11-June 
11; K-ct. 2484-2509.— June 1, 3-8, 10, 
11, 14, 15, 17, 19-22, 24-29; 1 c. each 
June 11- July 2; K-ct. 2727-2748.— 
July 1, 2, 4-6, 22, 23, 25-27, 29, 30; 
1 c. each July 12-Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 3150- 
3161.— Aug. 1, 2, 5-10, 12-17, 19-23, 
26-31 ; 1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 
3410-3434. 

Cinderella. © Aug. 26, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 29 ; K-ct. 3530. 

College girl film. © June 30, 1929; 
1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2813. 

Coming out on the right track? © 
June 22, 1929 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2865. 

Commission will do a good job if 
they can pry this pair apart. © May 
22, 1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2259, 

Communiques from the various 
fronts. © May 15, 1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; 
K-ct. 2253. 

Cutting the pie. © Aug. 24, 1929; 
1 c. Aug. 29 ; K-ct. 3548. 

Delayed beginning. © Aug. 26, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K-ct. 3550. 

Delayed celebration. © July 7, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2945. 

Department store personnel. © 
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Did they touch the important sub- 
ject of panties in their half hour talk? 
© June 17, 1929 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K-ct 
2830. ■ 

Difference between an American 
peace advocate and an American paci- 
fist. © July 26, 1929; 1 c. July 30; 
K-ct. 2933. 

Diplomaniacs. © Aug. 23, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug". 29 ; K-ct. 3527. 

Double-edged sword. © May 18, 
1929; 1 c. May 28; K-ct. 2286. 

Dramatic stock. © May 26, 1929; 
1 c. June 1 ; K-ct. 2251. 

Dry harvest.' © Aug. 18, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3542. 

Dudley '89 goes back for his class 
reunion. © June 12, 1929; 1 c. June 
18; K-ct. 2825. 

Elephant trail. © May 28, 1929; 
1 c. June 1 ; K-ct. 2265. 

End of a long climb. © June 12, 
1929; 1 c. June 18; K-ct. 2855. 

Europe has a new Shy lock. © Aug. 
10, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 19; K-ct. 3514. 

Eventually, when the pacifists suc- 
ceed in scrapping all weapons of war- 
fare. © June 9, 1929; 1 c. June 18; 
K-ct. 2852. 

Everybody favors his execution, but 
they can't find a tree that will hold 
him. © June 25, 1929; 1 c. July 2: 
K-ct. 2868. 

• Fiction of the future. © Aug. 25, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K-ct. 3529. 

Fiction story of the future. © Aug. 
15, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3519. 

Figures speak for themselves. © 
July 2, 1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2940. 

First military objective in modern 
strategy. © July 23, 1929; 1 c. July 
30; K-ct. 2930. 

France fears invasion of American 
wage scale. © June 7, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
11; K-ct. 2820'. 

Friendless outcast. © Aug. 13, 1929 ; 
1 c. Aug. 19; K-ct. 3537. 

From their noble spirits a mighty 
nation sprang. © May 30, 1929; 1 c. 
June 11 ; K-ct. 2298. 

Future possibilities. © Aug. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3552. 

Gasoline alley. 1929. © Daily: 

May 1-31 ; 1 c. each Mav 11-June 
11; K-ct. 2422-2452.— June 1-30; 1 c. 
each June 11-July 12; K-ct. 2662- 
2691.— July 1-31 ; 1 c. each July 12- 
Aug. 6; K-ct. 3084-3114.— Aug. 1-31; 



1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3348- 
3378. 

Gentleman farmer. © Aug. 18, 
1929; 1 c. Aug. 23; K-ct. 3508. 

Going to raise it enough to let him 
get on his feet. © July 15, 1929; 
1 c. July 30 ; K-ct. 2953. 

Good horse driven to death. © July 
21, 1929 ; 1 c. July 30 ; K-ct. 2958. 

Grammar lesson. © May 3, 1929; 
1 c. May 11 ; K-ct. 2271. 

Great American film industry © 
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Gumps. 1929. © Daily : 

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11 ; K-ct. 2453-2483.— June 1-30 ; 1 c. 
each June 11-July 12; K-ct. 2697- 
2726.— July 1-31; 1 c. each July 12- 
Aug. 6: K-ct. 3119-3149— Aug. 1-31; 
1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3379- 
3409. 

Handicap race. © June 20, 1929; 
1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2863. 

Harold Teen. 1929. © Daily: 

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11; K-ct. 2360-2390.— June 1-30; 1 c. 
each June 11-July 12; K-ct 2602- 
2631.— July 1-31: 1 c. each July 12- 
Aug. 6; K-ct 3022-3052.— Aug. 1-31; 
1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept 10 ; K-ct 3286- 
3316. 

Haunted house, © May 16, 1929; 
1 c. May 28; K-ct. 2254. 

He can tell them what to do. © 
May 27, 1929 ; 1 c. June 1 ; K-ct. 2264. 

He has the advantage of not being 
allowed to spend his money on a vast 
army and navy. © July 17, 1929 ; 
1 c. July 30; K-ct. 2924. 

He'll soon be nut to the test. © 
June 3, 1929 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K-ct. 2816. 

He's becoming uneasy. © June 11, 
1929; 1 c. June 18; K-ct. 2824. 

He seems to be growing both ways. 
© May 19, 1929; 1 c. May 28; K-ct 
2287. 

Hitched on behind. © June 8, 1929 ; 
1 c. June 11; K-ct. 2851. 

How to curb the American society 
woman's mad craving to be presented 
at court. © June 18, 1929 ; 1 c. June 
25; K-ct. 2831. 

How to keep from growing old. 1929. 
© Weekly : 

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11; K-ct. 2545-2549.— June 7-28; 1 c. 
each June 11-July 2; K-ct. 2784- 
2787.— July 12-26: 1 c. each July 16- 
30; K-ct 3197-3199.— Aug. 2-30; 1 c. 
each Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3470-3474. 



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Chicago Tribune — Continued. 

Humpty-Dumpty that Uncle Sam re- 
paired. © June 28, 1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; 
K-ct. 2871. 

Husbands have agreed. Now all 
that remains is for the wives to agree. 
© Aug. 9, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 16; K-ct. 
3513. 

If business were conducted the way 
farming is. © June 5, 1929 ; 1 c. 
June 11 ; K-ct. 2848, 

If the cigar advertisers were as alert 
and enterprising as cigaret advertisers. 
© Aug. 29, 1929; 1 c. Sept. 10; K-ct. 
3533. 

If Uncle were only the kind of a 
man he's pictured. © July 13. 1929; 
1 c. July 16; K-ct. 2951. 

In memory of two men who fought 
for their country. © July 8, 1929 ; 
1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2946, 

Indorsers. © June 23, 1929; 1 c. 
July 2 ; K-ct. 2812. 

Inquiring reporter. © Aug. 7, 1929 ; 
1 c. Aug. 16 ; K-ct. 3511. 

Internat'onal universitv. © Aug. 
11. 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 19 ; K-ct. 3515. 

It begins to look as though we might 
have a subway to show ihe world's 
fair visi ors, © June 21, 1929; 1 c. 
June 25; K-ct. 2834. 

1 1 is proposed that talkies may be 
made of wedding ceremony so that 
the happy married couple may occa- 
sionally remind one another of their 
vows. © June 24. 1929; 1 c. July 2; 
K-ct. 2S37. 

It is remarkable that the Zeppelin — . 
© May 25, 1929; 1 c. May 28; K-ct. 
2262. 

It may be a job for the anti-war 
pact. © July 16, 1929; 1 c. Julv 30; 
K-c . 2923. 

Jazz age. © July 20. 1929 ; 1 c. July 
30 ; K-ct. 2927. 

Just one stump after another. © 
May 14. 1929 ; 1 c. May 17 ; K-ct. 2282. 

Just when everybody had about 
given up hope. © June 17, 1929; 1 c. 
June 25 : K-ct. 2860. 

Kids. 1929. © Weekly: 
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K-ct. 2244, 2245. 

Knocked for a row of gools. © Aug. 
27. 1929 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3531. 

Life of a speeder. © May 6, 1929; 
1 c. May 11 ; K-ct. 2274. 



Little orphan Annie. 1929. © Daily : 
May 1-31; 1 c. each May 11- June 
11; K-ct. 2391-2421.— June 1-30: 1 c. 
each June 11- July 12: K-ct, 2632- 
2661.— July 1-31: 1 c. each Julv 12- 
Aug. 6: K-ct. 3053-3083.— Aug. 1-31; 
1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept. 10; K-ct. 3317- 
3347. 

Little party seems to be breaking up. 
© Aug. 21. 1929; 1 c. Aug. 29; K-ct. 
3525. 

Lot of adventure ome youths like to 
stow away. © July 2. 1929 ; 1 c. July 
12 ; K-ct. 2909. 

Mandates bave their. obi' gations as 
well as their benefits. © Aug. 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3532. 

Maybe they tamped him down oo 
hard. © July 17. 1929; 1 c. July 30; 
K-ct. 2955. 

Maybe this monumental ch'mney is 
meant to be a symbol of Chicago. © 
Aug. 20, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3524. 

Millenium. © Julv 21. 1920: 1 c. 
July 30 : K-ct. 2929. 

Minnow fisherman. © May 20. 
1929; 1 c. May 28: K-ct. 2288.' 

Misfortunes that prove to be bless- 
ings in disguise. © June 30, 1929 ; 
1 c. July 12; K-ct. 2843. 

Mrs. Nevski and children of Max- 
well street are spending part of the 
summer at the seashore. © June 26, 
1929; 1 c. July 2: K-ct. 2839. 

Money is easier to get but harder to 
hold on to these days. © July 21, 
1929: 1 c. July 30: K-ct. 2928. 

Moon Mullins. 1929. © Daily: 

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K-ct. 2510-2540.— June 1-30: 1 c each 
June 11-July 12: K-ct. 2749-2778.— 
Julv 1-31 : 1 c. each July 12-Aut. 6 : 
K-ct. 3162-3192.— Aug. 1-31: 1 c. each 
Aug. 6.-Sept. 10 : K-ct. 3435-3465. 

Most interesting era in all history. 
© July 9; 1929; 1 c. July 16: K-ct. 
2947. 

Motorists' choice. © June 19. 1929 ; 
1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2862. 

Necessity of being a snob. © June 
6. 1929; 1 c. June 11; K-ct. 2819. 

Nervous man. © May 12. 1929 : 1 c. 
May 17 : K-ct. 2249. 

New arrivals in easy street. © 
June 2. 1929; 1 c. June 11 ; K-ct. 2815. 

New professor of geography. © 
July 1, 1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2908. 

Next great goal of the flyers. © 
July 12, 1929 ; 1 c. July 16 ; K-ct. 2919. 



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11215 



Old geometry lesson taught in a new 
way. © July 3, 1929; 1 c. July 12; 
K-ct. 2941. 

Old photograph album of one hun- 
dred and fifty-three years ago. © 
July 4, 1929; 1 c. July 12; K-ct. 2911. 

One angle of the Bowler's flight. © 
July 5, 1929 ; 1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2912. 

Only thing they fear. © Aug. 8, 
1929; 1 c. Aug. 16; K-ct. 3512. 

Operation that would kill the camel. 
© June 30, 1929; 1 c. July 12; K-ct. 
2873. 

Opposing much needed civic improve- 
ments. © Aug. 3, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 6; 
K-ct. 3507. 

Our native poets. © July 14, 1929 ; 
1 c. July 30; K-ct. 2905. 

Our own book of etiquette. © May 
19, 1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2250. 

Our secret ambition. 1929. © 
Weekly : 

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K-ct. 2550-2553.— June 3-24 ; 1 c. each 
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K-ct. 3200-3204.— Aug. 5-26 ; 1 c. each 
Aug. 16-29; K-ct. 3475-3478. 

Out of the past. © Aug. 27, 1929; 
1 c. Sept. 10; K-ct. 3551. 

Over there and over here. © Aug. 
2, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 3506. 

Passing show. © Aug. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 3505. 

Pirates. © Aug. 14. 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 
23; K-ct. 3538. 

Placing the responsibility. © May 
26, 1929 ; 1 c. June 1 ; K-ct. 2294. 

Poor business. © May 22, 1929 ; 1 c. 
May 28 ; K-ct. 2290. 

Poor man of to-day enjoys more com- 
forts than the king of old. © July 28. 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 2935. 

Prepare to meet the smaller and 
shorter dollar. © July 9, 1929; 1 c. 
July 16 ; K-ct. 2916, 

Present conditions of the corn crop. 
© June 28, 1929; 1 c. July 2; K-ct. 
2841. 

President gets a recruit. © June 1, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K-ct. 2814. 

Pride of the nest. © July 5, 1929; 
1 c. July 12 ; K-ct. 2943. 

Quarrel over lightning rod. © May 
13, 1929 ; 1 c. May 17 ; K-ct. 2281. 

Railroad and steamships have not 
kept pace. © July 24, 1929 ; 1 c. July 
30 ; K-ct. 2931. 



Raise for the farmer. © May 9, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 17 ; K-ct. 2277. 

Referee. © July 19, 1929 ; 1 c. July 
30 ; K-ct. 2926. 

Returned cartoonist trying to con- 
centrate on idea. © May 14, 1929 ; 1 c. 
May 17 ; K-ct. 2252. 

Same old scrap is soon to be con- 
tinued. © Aug. 21, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; 
K-ct. 3545. 

Seeing the ball game. © Aug. 1, 
1929; 1 c. Aug. 6; K-ct. 3483. 

Shame! © July 14, 1929; 1 c. July 
30 ; K-ct. 2952. 

Shedding. © July 18, 1929; 1 c. 
July 30 ; K-ct. 2956, 

Short history of the world's greatest 
manufacturer. © June 9, 1929; 1 el 
June 18 ; K-ct. 2822. 

Simple country lass. © July 28, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K-ct. 2907. 

Slow job. © May 12, 1929 ; 1 c. May 
17 ; K-ct. 2280. 

Smitty. 1929. © Daily: 

May 1-31; 1 c. each May 11-June 
11; K-ct. 2300-2330.— June 1-30; 1 c. 
each June 11-July 12; K-ct. 2874- 
2,903— July 1-31; 1 c. each July 12- 
Aug. 6; K-ct. 2960-2990.— Aug. 1-31; 
1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3224- 
3254. 

Smoldering heap. © Aug. 12, 1S29 ; 
1 c. Aug. 19 ; K-ct. 3536. 

Soaking the flat dweller. © May 7, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 11 ; K-ct. 2275. 

Something ought to be done about 
this. 1929. © Weekly: 

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K-ct. 2554-2557.— June 1-29; 1 c. 
each June 11-July 2; K-ct. 2792- 
2786.— July 6-27 ; 1 c. each July 12-30 ; 
K-ct. 3205-3208,— Aug. 3-31 ; 1 c. each 
Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3488-3492. 

Spirit of memorial day. © May 30, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 11 ; K-ct. 2267. 

Spirit of prohibition. © May 25, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2293. 

Stand by. © May 28, 1929; 1 c. 
June 1 ; K-ct. 2296. 

Static. 1929. © Weekly: 

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June 11 ; K-ct. 2558-2561.— June 6-27 ; 
1 c. each June 11-July 2 ; K-ct. 2801- 
2803.— July 4-25 ; 1 c. each July 12-30 ; 
K-ct. 3214-3217.— Aug. 8-29 ; 1 c. each 
Aug. 16-Sept. 10; K-ct. 3484-3487. 

Still fighting for the credit of rescu- 
ing the farmer. © May 21, 1929 ; 1 c. 
May 28 ; K-ct. 2289. 



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Chicago Tribune — Continued. 

Still sticking to the ship. © Aug. 
25, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K-ct. 3549. 

Stowaway. © June 23, 1929; 1 c. 
July 2 ; K-ct. 2866. 

Strain on the family tie. 1929. © 
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3209^3213.— Aug. 6-27; 1 c. each Aug. 
16-Sept. 10; K-ct. 3479-3482, 

Suffering from the last spree and 
getting ready for the next one. © May 
4, 1929 ; 1 c. May 11 ; K-ct. 2272. 

Summer show. © Aug. 25, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 29; K-ct. 3504. 

Supposing American tourists in 
France tried to adopt the stalling on 
the payment plan. © July 8, 1929 ; 1 c. 
July 12 ; K-ct. 2915. 

Taking his finger prints. © May 23, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2291. 

Talking about the weather will soon 
be put on a paying basis. © June 22, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2835. 

Talking the patient into a decline. 
© June 1, 1929; 1 c. June 11; K-ct. 

2844. 

Teddy, Jack and Mary. 1929. © 
Weekly : 

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Thankful. © Aug. 30, 1929; 1 c. 
Sept. 10; K-ct. 3534. 

There is a growing tendency to re- 
gard the holy bonds of matrimony as 
convertible bonds. © Aug. 18, 1929; 
1 c. Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3522. 

They always bring home trouble. © 
May 17, 1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2285. 

They didn't pay much attention to 
him at first. © July 4, 1929 ; 1 c. July 
12; K-ct. 2942. 

They'll all be up early to get this 
morning's paper. © June 19, 1929; 
1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2832. 

They'll need some target practice 
now that the riot guns have been 
barred. © June 21, 1929; 1 c. June 
25 ; K-ct. 2864. 

They must have an awfully kind 
hearted warden in that Pennsylvania 



pen. © Aug. 22, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 29; 
K-ct. 3526. 

They've been sustained long enough. 
© May 24, 1929; 1 c. May 28; K-ct. 
2292. 

This sudden craze for delayed para- 
chute drops. © Aug. 14, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3518. 

Thought for boy's week. © May 20, 
1929 ; 1 c. May 28 ; K-ct. 2257. 

Ticklish task. © July 11, 1929 ; 1 c. 
July 16; K-ct. 2949. 

Touring San Francisco. © Aug. 11, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 19 ; K-ct. 3502. 

Tracking the beast to its lair. © 
May 31, 1929; 1 c. June 11; K-ct. 
2299. 

Trail blazer. © July 1, 1929; 1 c. 
July 12 ; K-ct. 2939. 

Traveling salesman. © June 16, 
1929 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2811. 

Trouble with building the roof first. 
© May 2, 1929; 1 c. May 11; K-ct. 
2270. 

Trying to make him shoulder it. © 
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Tug of war. © May 29, 1929; 1 c. 
June 1 ; K-ct. 2297. 

Two views of the American citizen. 
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3546. 

Uncle Sam entertains his out-of- 
town customers. © July 11, 1929; 
1 c. July 16 ; K-ct. 2918. 

Vacation hint. © July 5, 1929 ; 1 c. 
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Voyage of the ' Untin' Bowler. © 
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Waking the baby. © Aug. 29, 1929 ; 
1 c. Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3553. 

War and the Kellogg anti-war pact. 
© July 25, 1929; 1 c. July 30; K-ct. 
2932. 

War hero at home. © June 27, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K-ct. 2870. 

Warning from the past. © June 
13, 1929 ; 1 c. June 18 ; K-ct. 2856. 

We approach the new conference 
with hope at the helm and experience 
at the chart. © June 20, 1929; 1 c. 
June 25 ; K-ct. 2833. 

Weak member of an otherwise cham- 
pionship team. © Aug. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3539. 

Weather hazards of north Atlantic 
flying. © July 10, 1929 ; 1 c. July 16 ; 
K-ct. 2917. 

Welcome change in Santys. © Aug. 
16, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3520. 



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Wet party. © July 21, 1929; 1 c. 
July 30; K-ct. 2906. 

What would the British ambassador 
.say? © May 17, 1929; 1 c. May 28; 
K-ct. 2255. 

When Hoover applies his naval 
yardstick. © June 8, 1929; 1 c. June 
11; K-ct. 2821. 

When horse is king. © May 18, 
1929; 1 c. May 28; K-ct. 2256. 

When the Commission tries to wipe 
out some of those useless army posts. 
© Aug. 4, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 16; K-ct. 
3508. 

When the Kaiser goes back to Ger- 
many. © June 29, 1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; 
K-ct. 2842. 

When the past and the present meet 
in the Pacific. © Aug. 20, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 23 ; K-ct. 3544. 

When words fail yuh. 1929. © 
Weekly : 

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June 20 ; 1 c. June 25 ; K-ct. 2808. 

Where the creditor provides the 
debtors with cash to pay their debts. 
© June 23, 1929; 1 c. July 2; K-ct. 
2836. 

Where they've never heard of a zep- 
pelin before. © Aug. 19, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 23; K-ct. 3523. 

Will the motor road of the future 
be something like this? © June 25, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; K-ct. 2838. 

Winnie Winkle, the breadwinner. 
1929. © Daily: 

May 1-31; 1 c. each. May 11-June 
11; K-ct. 2331-2359.— June 1-30; 1 c. 
each June 11- July 12; K-ct. 2572- 
2601.— July 1-9 ; 1 c. each July 12-16 ; 
K-ct. 2991-2999.— July 10-31 ; 1 c. each 
July 16-Aug. 6; K-ct. 3000-3021.— 
Aug. 1-31 ; 1 c. each Aug. 6-Sept. 10 ; 
K-ct. 3255-3285. 

Wolves always prey on the weakest. 
© May 15, 1929; 1 c. May 28; K-ct. 
2283. 

Wonder if there is any punishment 
in the hereafter? © June 29, 1929; 
1 c. July 2 ; K-ct. 2872. 

World is waiting to be shown. © 
July 31, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K-ct, 2938. 

Wotta life! Wotta life! 1929. © 
Weekly : 

May 1-29 ; 1 c. each May 11-June 1 ; 
K-ct. 2567-2571.— June 5-26 ; 1 c. each 
June 11- July 2; K-ct. 2804-2807.— 
July 3-31; 1 c. each July 12-Aug. 6; 



K-ct. 3219-3223.— Aug. 7-28 ; 1 c. each 
Aug. 16-Sept. 10; K-ct. 3493-3496. 

Young plan will seem like an old 
plan before he gets through. © Aug. 
31, 1929 ; 1 c. Sept. 10 ; K-ct. 3535. 

Zep puts pep in the ship designing 
business. © Aug. 12, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 
19; K-ct. 3516. 

Chicago title & trust co., Chicago. 

11216 
Protected living trust. © June 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5683. 

Chicago undertakers' assn., Chicago. 

11217 
Funeral. [Placard for funeral ve- 
hicles] © Aug. 14, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 9; 
K 5857. 

Chu (YockL.) New York. 11218,11219 
Ripley (Robert L.) A. © 1 c. Aug. 

7, 1929; J 0—2672. 

B. © 1 c. Sept. 4, 1929 ; J O— 

3076. 

Cline (Walter M.) Chattanooga. 

11220-11227 

8 photographs : 

Cumberland mountains, above the 
clouds, A, B; J O— 2450, 2451.— Cum- 
berlands, approaching the, on the Dixie 
highway ; J O — 2452. — Cumberlands, 
approaching the western base of, on 
Dixie highway; J O — 2453. — Looking 
west from Monteagle, Tenn., A, B ; 
J 0—2456, 2457.— Looking west from 
Camp Unaka, Monteagle, Tenn. ; J O — 
2454. — Looking west from Eagle's Nest, 
Monteagle, Tenn. ; J O — 2455. © July 
8; 2 c. each July 11. 

Cole (Philip G.) Brooklyn. 11228 

Discovery of Last Chance Gulch. 
(In Literary Digest, July 13, 1929) © 
July 11, 1929 ; 1 c. July 25 ; K 5374. 

Collins (James Walter) Santa Bar- 
bara, Calif. 11229 
Santa Barbara County court house, 
supervisor's room. © July 18, 1929 ; 
2 c. July 24 ; J 233. 

Colman (Clarence) San Francisco. 

11230 
Unt comes it now. Herman Schnit- 
zel. © June 11, 1929 ; 2 c. June 22 ; 
K 5266. 

Commissariat of the Holy Land, Wash- 
ington. 11231 
God wills it. [Certificate of per- 
petual membership. Crusade for the 
Holy Land. Illustrated and illumi- 
nated] © Mar. 23, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 15? 
K 5856. 



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Conard (Karl Kennedy) Wichita. 

11232 
Night Mail. © Sept. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 21 ; J 0—3316. 

Connersville blower co., Connersville, 
Ind. 11233 

Connersville pressure-volume-temper- 
ature-time recording gauge chart, 0841. 
© Aug. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 19 ; I 974. 

Consolidated advertising corp., Detroit. 
11234-11245 

6 prints : 

Financial groups, series E (Contin- 
ued) Transportation, series F; K 
5491. — Food groups, series A; K 
5487. — Food groups, series A. Applied 
and cleansing media, series B. Amuse- 
ments, series H ; K 5488. — Hardware 
and furniture, series D. Financial 
groups, series E; K 5490. — Structures 
and materials, series G. Amusements, 
series H ; K 5492. — Wearing apparel, 
series C; K 5489. © Aug. 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Aug. 3. 

6 prints : 

Amusement, series H. Foods groups 
(Continued) series A; K 6006.— Ap- 
plied and cleansing media (Continued) 
series B. Wearing apparel, series C ; 
K 6003. — Financial groups (Continued) 
series E. Transportation, series F ; K 
6005. — Food groups (including drugs) 
series A. Applied and cleansing media, 
series B ; K 6002. — Structures & ma- 
terials, series G. Amusements, series 
H; K 6007. — Wearing apparel (Con- 
tinued) series C, etc. Financial groups, 
banks, series E ; K 6004. © Sept. 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 26. 

Continental insurance co., New York. 

11246 
Washington at Valley Forge. © 
May 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5554. 

Cook (C. C.) New York. 11247 

Reigh Count. C. Lang up. © Aug. 
21, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; J 0—3357. 

Correct printing co., inc., New York. 

11248 
[Birthstone calendar card] © July 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. July 10 ; K 5216. 

Covell (Bert. G.) Honolulu. 

11249-11254 

Judd (L. M.) inauguration of, as 
governor of Territory of Hawaii, offi- 
cial group, 10319. © July 5, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 244. 

Kaneohe Bay. © Sept. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 17 ; J 296. 



Night-blooming cereus, 10976-10978. 
© Sept. 5, 1929; 2 c. each Sept. 17; 
J 293-295. 

Windward Oahu, 8577. © July 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 245. 

Cress well's photo service, inc., Kansas 
City, Mo. 11255 

Kansas City, Mo., down town sec- 
tion, aerial. © Sept. 20, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 25; J 0—3325. 

Crist (Violet El vera) Everett, Wash. 

11256 
Pride. © Mar. 4, 1929; 2 c. July 
16 ; J 201. 

Cross (Florence R.) Oakland, Calif. 
38 photographs : 11257-11294 

Bride had been modest and blusning, 
34. — Dr. Squirrel was going to play 
golf, 42.— Doll called, 15.— Groom had 
been generous, 35. — Guess I'll give Jim- 
mie Guinea Pig a ride, said Dr. Squir- 
rel, 17. — He could see his mother 
dressed going to play bridge, 31. — He 
cried so much there were still tears on 
his face, 40. — He had taken part in a 
golf tournament in the morning, 10. — > 
He landed in a heap and it was some 
time before he could continue his ad- 
venture, 27. — He lay down in the cool 
earth to remember what his mother 
had told him to do if he was ever lost, 
30. — He nipped their ears when they 
tried to get into the bed, 13. — He 
paused to consider which was the best 
way to get over it, 20. — He peeked over 
the log to see if his mother was in 
sight, 23. — He pledged his allegiance to 
the flag, 9. — He prepared to jump over 
the fence, 26. — He ran to Dr. Squirrel 
at once, 41. — He remembered his 
mother had told him to be flat on his 
stomach. — He stopped to decide which 
was the best path to take, 19. — He 
stuck a rose thorn in his paw and the 
Little Grey Rabbit had comforted him, 
36. — He told Mrs. Squirrel of his plan, 
5. — He tried to crawl under but there 
was very little room under the gate, 
21. — He was now resting on the Ches- 
terfield, 11. — He was so glad to be in 
his own bed he promised he would 
never, never run away again, 48. — He 
was so weak he had to rest against a 
tree, 39. — His mother was hurrying 
across the field, 1. — Just at that min- 
ute he had a dreadful pain in his 
stomach. — Little Grey Rabbit and her 
chum drinking orange juice, 32. — Little 
Grey Rabbit had been flower girl, 33.— 
Mr. and Mrs. Rabbit had started to the 
police department to see if their son 
had been found, 46.— Mr. Rabbit had 



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been out all afternoon trying to find 
the naughty child, 43.— Mrs. Rabbit 
could see the gold fish pond from her 
.kitchen window, 7. — Mrs. Rabbit sang 
a rabbit lullaby, 14. — Mrs. Rabbit was 
resting so the children ate alone, 12. — 
Mrs. Squirrel gazed after him, 6. — Rab- 
bitville, 3. — She was sitting in the sun 
hoping to get a fashionable coat of tan, 
18. — There was a knock at the door 
and in walked Dr. Squirrel, 16. — They 
all went for a ride and afterwards to 
the movies. 47. © 1 c. each Sept. 28, 
1929 : J 0—3375-3412. 

Cross & Dimmitt, Portland, Or. 

11295-11304 

California coast, A. B. © July 15, 
1929; 2 e. each Aug. 30; J O— 3027, 
3028. 

Cascade Locks. © June 15. 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 30 ; J O— 3025. 

R >osevelt highway. © June 15, 
1929 : 2 c. Aug. 30 ; J O— 3026. 

6 photographs : 

Battle Axe Inn. — Bridge of the Gods, 
A, B— Hood (Mt.) .— Latourell Falls.— 
Salmon hatchery. © June 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each Aug. 30; J 0—3019^3021, 3023, 
3022, 3024. 

'Curtis (Asahel) photo co., Seattle. 

11305-11329 

Rainier (Mt.) : 

From Indian Henry's hunting 
ground, 55755. 55756; J O — 2919, 
2920.— From Mirror Lake, 55762^55769 ; 
J 0—2911-2918. © Aug. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Aug. 21. 

15 photographs: 

Adams (Mt.) 55463; J O— 2700.— Al- 
pine lupine and white heather, 55464; 
J O— 2701.— Rainier (Mt.) 55449- 
55460. 55462 ; J 0—2687-2699. © Julv 
•23, 1929 ; 2 e. each Aug. 12. 

Daily (Bertie A.) Pomona, Calif. 

11330 

[Daily chicken house, plans and 
specifications. Blueprint.] © May 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 5 ; I 914. 
Daily mirror, inc., New York. 

11331-11333 

Cazjorin Ali. © July 26, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 17 ; K 5715. 

Di Matteo (Louis) [and] Garrett 
(Thomas) © July 22, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 
17 ; K 5713. 

Whitehurst (Lucile) © July 23, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 17 ; K 5714. 
DavLs (John W.) Brooklyn. 11334 

[Television scanning system] © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1929; I 967. 



Davis (Abraham L.) Ashland, N. H. 

11335, 11336 

Table Rock, Dixville Notch, N. H. 
© July 12, 1929 ; 2 c. July 13 ; J O— 
2466. 

Umbago (Lake) N. H. and Me. © 
Aug. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 15 ; J 0—2841. 

Davis (Robert H.) New York. 

11337-11341 

Beach (Rex) author. © Aug. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 2 ; J 0—2573. 

Carroll (Earl) musical play pro- 
ducer. © Aug. 7, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; 
J 0—2673. 

Goldsmith (Alfred N.) radiographer. 
© Aug. 21, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 22; JO— 
2924. 

Hutchison (Miller Reese) inventor 
engineer. © July 31, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
1 ; J 0—2572. 

Sarnoff (David) vice president, Ra- 
dio corporation of America. © Aug. 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 20 ; J O— 2910. 

Davis & Geek, inc., Brooklyn. 

11342^11344 

Avicenna (980-1037) physician chief, 
etc. © Aug. 1, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 21; 
K 5958. 

Butterworth hospital. Grand Rapids. 
© Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; K 5959. 

Paul of Aegina (625-690, A. D.) was 
an able surgeon, etc. © May 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 21; K 5960. 

Day (John) co., inc., New York. 11345 
Life of Christ, a map, etc. © Sept. 
14, 1929 ; 2c. Sept. 17 ; K 5919. 

Day (Roy Lee) De Leon, Tex. 11346 
Peace [and] liberty. © July 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 24 ; K 5446, 

Decker (Delania E.) Jeffersonville, 
Incl. 11347-11351 

Jeffersonville, Ind. : 

Big 4 bridge. 4 : J 0—3323.— Colgate 
& co., 8 ; J 0—3321.— Municipal bridge, 
3; J 0—3322.— Municipal bridge,, ap- 
proach, 5. 7 ; J 0—3319, 3320. © Sept. 
21, 1929 : 2 c. each Sept. 23. 

Dedman (Henry A.) Skagway, Alaska. 
11352-11353 

Bennett (Lake) © Sept. 1, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 14; J 0—3258. 

King River, Bennett, B. C, Canada. 
© Sept. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; J O— 
3257. 



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Delta star electric co., Chicago. 11354 
Transformer substation, type VB 
form 2235, L (63098, 63009, 63106) 
U-17662. 4 sheets, blueprints. © Aug. 
8, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; I 1047. 

Denison (H. H.) Barron, Wis. 

11355-11361 

Upper Wisconsin : 

Bad River Gorge, J O— 2830.— Cop- 
per Falls, J 0—2826.— Little Manitou, 
J O — 2827. — Lower Amnico Falls, J 
0—2832.— Manitou Falls, J 0—2828.— 
Tyler Falls, J 0—2829.— Westerly Am- 
nicon Falls, J 0—2831. © Aug. 12. 
1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 14. 

Detroit pub. co., Detroit. 11362-11365 

Market cart, by Thomas Gainsbor- 
ough, 028109. © June 27, 1929; 2 c. 
June 29 ; J 0—2384. 

New York {City) Skyline of lower 
Manhattan through trees on Govern- 
or's Island. © Sept. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 
4; J O— 3086. 

Petrified forest, near Adamana, Ari- 
zona. © July 8. 1929; 2 c. July 11; 
K 5223. 

Whistling boy, by Duveneck, 048301. 
© July 19, 1929 ; 2 c. July 24 ; J O— 
2509. 

Dettman (Emil Edward) Elyria, O. 

11366 
Piano accordion chart. © June 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 3 ; I 817. 

Detwiller (Frederick K.) New York. 

11367 
[Hudson bridge, Nov. 17, 1928, from 
New York, N. Y. Plate 20] © July 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. June 24 ; K 5135. 

Dittmer (Jack D.) Oklahoma City, Okl. 

11368 
Ball room for Mr. J. D. Dittmer. 
5 sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 
1929; I 1079. 

Dodds granite co., Milford, Mass. 

11369 

[Butler mausoleum, with wings on 

either side to receive crypts, modern 

type; special design of. Blueprint] © 

1 c. July 31, 1929; I 1021. 

Donaldson litho. co., inc., Newport, Ky. 
11370-11409 

At what makes me go. [14 sheet 
poster, 6268] © June 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15; K 5329. 

Best drink of all. [16% sheet poster, 
6281] © July 1, 1929; 2 c. July 15; 
K 5323. 



Cooling & delicious. [14 sheet poster, 
6293] © July 1, 1929; 2 c. July 15; 
K 5321. 

[Do you know that saving brings 
happiness? 18 sheet poster, 6304] © 
June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 15 ; K 5317. 

For that picnic lunch. [14 sheet 
poster, 6269] © July 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15; K 5326. 

[Furniture. 12 sheet poster, 6317, 
6318] © June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 
15; K 5324, 5320. 

Health. [16% sheet poster, 6280] © 
June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 15 ; K 5322. 

Hyan dry ginger ale made good by 
ginger. [Boy pouring ginger ale from 
bottle. 24 sheet poster, 6475] © May 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. July 15 ; K 5315. 

[Boy sitting on bottle-aeroplane. 

24 sheet poster, 6441] © May 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 15 ; K 5316. 

It pays to modernize your home. 
[18 sheet poster, 6330] © July 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 15 ; K 5330. 

Quick summer service. [15 sheet 
poster, 6342] © July 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15; K 5327. 

Save today — tomorrow see the world. 
[18 sheet poster, 6305] © July 1, 
1929; 2 c. July 15; K 5319. 

Sure way to succeed. [IS sheet 
poster, 6329] © June 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15 ; K 5328. 

Vacation — get ready. [15 sheet 
poster, 6341] © June 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15 ; K 5318. 

What could be better? [14 sheet 
poster, 6292] © June 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15 ; K 5325. 

7 posters : 

Dry clean each week. [15 sheet 
poster, 6343] ; K 5500.— Enjoy vaca- 
tion delights. [18 sheet poster, 6306] ; 
K 5505. — [Furniture, 12 sheet poster, 
6319] ; K 5503.— It's good, try it. [14 
sheet poster, 6294] ; K 5501.— Joy in 
every bite. [14 sheet poster, 6270] ; K 
5502. — Let your rent build a home. [18 
sheet poster, 6331] ; K 5499.— Milk 
that is milk. [16% sheet poster, 6282] ; 
K 5504. © July 15, 1929; 2 c. each 
Aug. 7. 

8 posters : 

For all occasions. [14 sheet, 6296] 
K 6023.— [Furniture. 12 sheet, 6321] 
K 6021. — Kuppenheimer good clothes 
[24 sheet, 6882] ; K 6035.— Prices are 
right — own your home. [18 sheet, 
6333] ; K 6032.— Prompt— clean— cour- 
teous service. [16 sheet, 6284] ; K 
6029. — Ready for the game. [15 sheet, 



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11439 



6345] ; K 6028. — Speculation is uncer- 
tain. Investment is sure. Consult us. 
[18 sheet, 6308] ; K 6034.— There's 
none better. [14 sheet, 6272] ; K 6026. 
© Sept. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 28. 

9 posters : 

Consultation with our officers is part 
of our service. [18 sheet, 6307] ; K 
6031. — Dry clean fall clothes now. [15 
sheet, 6344] ; K 6027.— [Furniture. 12 
sheet, 6320] ; K 6022.— It's easy how- 
own your home. [18 sheet, 6332] ; K 
6033.— Keeps him fit. [16 sheet, 6283] ; 
K 6030. — Keeps him healthy and alert. 
[14 sheet, 6271] ; K 6024.— Kuppen- 
heimer good clothes. [24 sheet, 6880] ; 
K 6036. — New overcoat by Kuppen- 
heimer. [24 sheet, 6881] ; K 6037.— 
Treat for him. [14 sheet, 6295] ; K 
6025. © Sept. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Sept. 28. 

Doody (Jeremiah) San Francisco. 

11410 

Land of the silver gray wolf. © 

July 5, 1929 ; 2 c. July 10 ; J 0—2476. 

Dow, Jones & co., New York. 11411 
U. S. steel common-quarterly. © 
Aug. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 19 ; I 975. 

DuBois (Harvey H.) Vallejo, Calif. 

11412 
Tamalpais (Mt.) Calif., Two Faces. 
© Aug. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 3 ; J O— 
3065. 

Dunn (Harvey D. C.) Atlantic, Mass. 

11413 
Traffic artery system. © 1 c. Aug. 
29, 1929; I 1057. 

Eastman kodak co., Rochester, N. Y. 

11414 
Winners of the $30,000 Eastman 
prize contest. © Aug. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 12 ; J 0—2812. 

Eddy (Ralph J.) Oregon City, Or. 

11415 
South Silver Falls near Salem, Ore- 
gon. © May 16, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 15; 
J 0—2833. 

Edelman (Asher M.) Dobbs Ferry, 

N. Y. 11416 

No trust. © Aug. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 5 ; K 5883. 

Edmondson (Alfred Robert) Santa 
Barbara, Calif. 11417 

Self control. © July 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 6 ; J 238. 

Eha (W. R.) Denver. 11418,11419 

[Two women listening to radio set] 

© May 23, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 3 ; K 5786. 



[Woman listening to radio set] © 
June 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 3 ; K 5787. 

Electric tube signs, Peoria, 111. 11420 
Electric tube signs. The darker the 
night, the brighter the light. © May 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. June 3 ; K 5267. 

Elliot (J. Mitchell) Philadelphia. 

11421 
Kent (A. At water) © July 22, 
.1929; 2 c. July 29; J 0—2532. 

Elliott service co., New York. 

11422-11439* 

Belt conveyor used to carry order 
sheets in a department store, PP 882. 
© July 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5563. 

Be open-minded to new ideas. They 
are the keystone of business progress. 
MM 882. © July 22, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
10 ; K 5561. 

Carving seven table legs at a time. 
All the chisels are guided by the one 
the man uses, PP 880. © July 12,. 
1929; 2 c. July 16; K 5271. 

Don't start anything you can't fin- 
ish safely, SP 117. © July 8, 1929; 
2 c. July 16 ; K 5269. 

Early bird catches the worm 'tis 
said. S. S. 42. © July 19, 1929; 2 c. 
July 20 ; K 5351. 

Every task, lowly or otherwise, is 
an opportunity to sense the satisfac- 
tion of having contributed to the com- 
mon well-being, etc. MM 879. © June 
29, 1929; 2 c. July 10; K 5218. 

Group at work making bronze orna- 
ments. P P 881. © July 19, 1929; 
2 c. July 20 ; K 5352. 

Let it never be said that your 
thoughtlessness was the cause of an- 
other's injury, SP 120. © Aug. 5, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; K 5559. 

Let's get this into our heads and 
never forget it, etc., SS 43. © July 
26, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; K 5564. 

Man who accepts responsibility for 
his mistakes will make fewer of them. 
M 881. © July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. July 20 ; 
K 5353. 

No one but yourself, can put you 
down and out. MM 880. © July 8, 
1929; 2 c. July 16; K 5270. 

One of the last steps in winding an 
armature, PP 879. © July 2, 1929; 
2 c. July 10; K 5219. 

Probably the greatest single factor 
contributing to individual as well as 
collective success, etc., MM 883. © 
July 29, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; K 5565.. 



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Elliott service co. — Continued. 

Successor to grandma's knitting 
needle — a knitting machine, etc., PP 
883. © Aug. 2, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; 
K 5558. 

Think ! One think before an acci- 
dent is worth a million thinks after- 
ward, SP 118. © July 22, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 10 ; K 5562. 

This world's no better than the 
people in it, SS 41. © July 12, 1929 ; 
2 c. July 16; K 5272. 

To create quality, in product or serv- 
ice, requires spirit, cooperation, etc., 
MM 884. © Aug. 5, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
10; K 5560. 

Waste of time and waste of mate- 
rials are a couple of expensive mi- 
crobes, etc., SS 40. © July 5, 1929; 
2 c. July 10; K 5220. 

Ellison (Frank H.) Brooklyn. 11440 
Washington chrystal [ !] tower. © 
-July 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 11 ; J 283. 

Engineering research & equipment co., 
Dallas. 11441-11443 

Ereco fractionating still unit for ab- 
sorption plants, DD 74. Blueprint. © 
1 c. Aug. 10, 1929 ; I 949. 

Ereco high pressure absorber unit. 
DD 73. Blueprint. © 1 c. July 29, 
1929; I 902. 

Ereco rectifying unit, DD 72. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. July 29, 1929; I 901. 

Engle (Rollo S.) Youngstown. O. 

11444 
Paper ruler's pen spacing chart. © 
Aug. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; I 934. 

Erickson (H. A.) San Diego, Calif. 

11445 
Newport - Balboa area, Orange 
County, Calif., aerial map. © Sept. 
11, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 16 ; J 0—3266. 

Evans (Clayton H.) Lewiston, Id. 

11446 
Lucky Strike. © Aug. 24, 1929; 2 
c. Sept. 3; J O— 3066. 

Evening herald pub. co., Los Angeles. 

11447 
Herald presents model plans of 
Thorobred. © May 13, 1929 ; 2 c. May 
22 ; I 811. 

Examiner printing co., San Francisco. 
11448-11461 
Delicate operation of unloading one 
of Commander Richard E. Byrd's air- 
planes, etc. © Apr. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 
25; K 5796. 



Great ice barrier used as dock. © 
Apr. 13, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 5136. 

Little America, Byrd's Anarctic city. 
© Apr. 13, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 5137. 

Standing on the deck of City of New 
York, anchored to the ice barrier and 
watching the approach of the Eleanor 
Bollina - , Commander Byrd, etc. © 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; 1 c. Apr. 25 ; K 5794. 

Two airplanes just unloaded from 
the City of New York are shown in 
the above photograph from the An- 
arctic polar cap, etc. © Apr. 15, 1929; 

1 c. Apr. 25; K 5795. 

4 prints : 

Approaching berg — Here the Eleanor 
Boaling [sic] one of the explorers' two 
supply ships, etc. ; K 5790. — Byrd 
{Commander Richard E.) here is pic- 
tured, etc. ; K 5792. — Eleanor Boaling 
[sic] and New York here are pictured 
at anchor, etc. ; K 5793. — Snookums, 
the famous movie dog, which was lost, 
etc.; K 5791. © April 14, 1929; 1 c. 
each April 25. 

5 prints: 

Old sea dog: K 5201. — On prongs of 
Neptune's fork, lumber steamer ; K 
5200.— SOS - SOS - SOS ! Here's the 
man who sent desperation call, etc. 
Radio operator Arthur M. Cook; K 
5202.— Walter {Boatswain Harry) of 
the coast guard helping Capt. C. M. 
Enstrom, ashore, etc. Davy Jones, 
cheated of lives, grabs at vessel; K 
5203. — Women and children first. Mrs. 
C. M. Enstrom, wife of skipper : K 
5199. © June 29, 1929; 1 c. each 
July 8. 

Fachman (Lerov Franklin) Port Clin- 
ton, O. 11462,11463 

Elmore. O., A, B. © Aug. 5, 1929; 

2 c. each Sept. 25 ; J 287, 298. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 

11464-11467 

4 blueprints: 

F. M. locomotive coaler Southern 
railway sys., foundations, 21193% ; I 
904. — Fairbanks, Morse locomotive 
coaler, drive platform, 21197; I 906.— 
Locomotive coaler, assembly, 21194% ; 
I 905. — Locomotive coaler, concrete de- 
tails, 21198%; I 907, © 1 c. each July 
29, 1929. 

Faith city syndicate, O. L. Hiett. 
owner, Wichita Falls, Tex. 11468 

David Branch's daily fllosofy. © 
July 9, 1929 ; 2 c. July 12 ; K 5331. 



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no. 3, 1929 



11514 



Federal mutual liability insurance co., 

Boston. 11469 

What's unsafe with this job, 2d issue. 

© June 24, 1929 ; 2 c. June 25 ; K 5678. 

Ferris (J. L. G.) Philadelphia. 

11470, 11471 

Bell's first note. (In Literary Di- 
gest, July 6, 1929) © July 3, 1929; 
1 c. July 6 ; K 5226. 

Evangeline, 1750. (In Literary Di- 
gest, Aug. 10, 1929) © Aug. 8, 1929; 

1 c. Aug. 19; K 5670. 

Fidelity-Phenix fire insurance co. of 
New York, New York. 11472 

Old Ironsides shelling forts at Tri- 
poli. © May 27, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; 
K 5556. 

Fidler (Edward) Tioga. W. Va. 11473 
Safe with Lindy. © July 1, 1929; 

2 c. July 3 ; K 5230. 

Field museum of natural history, Chi- 
cago. 11474 
Zeuglodon. or prehistoric whale. © 
Aug. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; J 267. 

First American fire insurance co., New 
York. 11475 

Custer's last stand. © May 27, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5555. 

Flory (Paul B.) Pequea, Pa. 11476 
Dressing the mill stone. © Aug. 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; J 277. 

Foland (Ivan E.) Evansville, Ind. 

3 1477 
Incorrect position in the chair — 
breaks the barber's back. The correct 
position is just as easy and makes 
everyone happy. © July 27, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 29 ; K 5513. 

Foley (Cornelius) Mamaroneck, N. Y. 

11478 
Jerry, the two-faced freak calf. © 
Aug. 11,' 1929; 2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 291. 

Folk (Charles Kerr) Camp Hill, Pa. 

11479 
Harrisburg, Pa., Pennsylvania state 
capitol at night. © Aug. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 16 ; J 260. 

Ford (Lester S.) Lenoir, N. C. 11480 
Lenoir, N. C, W. H. Carolina stores, 
and office. © June 29, 1929 ; 2 c. July 
1 ; J 0—2566. 

11481 



Foster bros., Boston 
Memorial hall, Ha 
Sept. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 20 



Memorial hall, Harvard college. © 
• K 5951. 



Fox (Charles James) Orange, N. J. 

11482, 11483 
Huston (Wilber B.) Edison scholar- 
ship prize winner, A, B. © Aug. 5, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 6 ; J 0—2651, 2652. 

Foxboro co., Foxboro, Mass. 

11484-11504 

Empire gas & fuel co., ltd., [record- 
ing pressure gauge chart, 79827-C, 
89870-C] © Sept. 18, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Sept. 23; I 10S2-1084. 

United natural gas co. [flow meter 
chart, 898047-B] © July 10, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 12; I 850. 

18 drawings : 

Atlantic refining co. flow meter 
chart, 898189-898191 ; I 829, 827, 828.— 
[Combination Foxboro recording ther- 
mometer and pressure gauge chart, 
898187, 798196] ; I 843, 842.— [Foxboro 
recording pressure gauge chart, 69A73, 
798182-798184, 798186, 798195, 898197] ; 
I 838, 839, 825, 840, 826, 841, 844.— 
United natural gas co. [recording pres- 
sure gauge chart, 79868-B, 79871-B,. 
79973-B. 79876-B. 89863-C, 89970-B] ; 
I 845-847, 837, 848, 849. © Julv 10, 
1929; 2 c. each July 12. 

Frank (Charles Lee) Washington 

11505, 11506 

Washington (George) © Sept. 17, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 17 ; J 292. 

Washington (Mary Ball) and her 
son General George Washington © 
Sept. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 17 ; K 5913. 

Franklin (William Brantly) Los An- 
geles. 11507 
Great area, Los Angeles and Los 
Angeles County. © July 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 20 ; I 942. 

Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 
11508-11511 

[Murray (Miss)] by Arthur Hogg 
after Sir Thomas Lawrence. © May 
31, 1929 ; 1 c. June 13 ; K 4788. 

[Peace] by H. Van der Weyden. © 
Dec. 30, 1928; 1 c. July 19, 1929; K 
5366. 

[Silent evening hour] by Joseph 
Farquharson. © Dec. 30, 1928; 1 c. 
July 19, 1929 ; K 5367. 

[Smith (Mrs.) and niece] by Ar- 
thur Hogg after Sir Joshua Reynolds. 
© May 31, 1929 ; 1 c. June 13 ; K 4789. 

Fuel Engineering co. of New York, 
New York. 11512-11514 

3 drawings: 

Ash fusing temperature required for 
various rates of combustion ; I 1085. — 



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11515 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Fuel Engineering co. of New York — 

Continued. 
Grate area ratio of steam plants in re- 
lation to fusing temperature of ash 
and boiler ratings; I 1087. — Per cent 
bituminous production in Pennsylvania, 
Maryland, and northern West Virginia 
in relation to fusing point of ash; I 
1086, © 1 c. each Sept. 21, 1929. 

Funk & Wagnalls co., New York. 

11515-11523 

Citadel Mountains, Lake St. Mary, 
Glacier National Park (In Literary 
Digest, Aug. 31, 1929) © Aug. 29, 
3929; 1 c. Sept. 20; K 5964. 

Garden bouquet. (In Literary Di- 
gest, Sept. 14, 1929) © Sept. 12, 1929 ; 
1 c. Sept. 26 ; K 6014. 

Golden days, (In Literary Digest, 
June 29, 1929) © June 27, 1929; 1 c. 
July 6 ; K 5225. 

Hunting scene. (In Literary Digest, 
Aug. 24, 1929) © Aug. 22, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 12; K 5876. 

Landing of Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo 
at Santa Barbara, Calif., 1542. (In 
Literary Digest, June 1, 1929) © May 
31, 1929 ; 1 c. June 12 ; K 5547. 

Mother from the Turquoise land. 
(In Literary Digest, July 27, 1929) © 
July 25, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 9 ; K 5566. 

Old-fashioned bouquet. (In Literary 
Digest, Aug. 17, 1929) © Aug. 15, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K 5771. 

Wind-driven clouds. (In Literary 
Digest) © Sept. 7, 1929; 1 c. Sept. 
23; K 5965. 

Yellow and turquoise. (In Literary 
Digest, June 22, 1929) © June 20; 

1 c. July 2 ; K 5224. 

Gates studio, Athens, Ga. 11524 

- Georgia. University. Class of 1929. 

© June 19, 1929 ; 2 c. June 21 ; J O— 

2470. 

Gerrer (Gregory) Shawnee, Okl. 

11525 
Therese (St.) © July 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 3 ; K 5483. 

Gesing bros. co., Cleveland. 11526 

I am on my way. © June 24, 1929 ; 

2 c. Aug. 14 ; K 5620. 

Getsinger (Floyd R.) Phoenix, Ariz. 

11527 
Jorabadito plfion. © Aug. 8, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 14; J 0—3239. 

Giesen (Henry D.) New York. 11528 
Isaac finds peace. © Aug. 6, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 7 ; K 5545. 



Gilliam (Harry F.) Kansas Cily, Mo. 

11529 

$8.50 value only $1.00 with coupon. 

© July 10, 1929 ; 2 c. July 13 ; K 5655. 

Glidden co., Cleveland. 11530 

Faster schedules. © Aug. 1, 1929 ; 
2c. Aug. 19; K 5798. 

Goerner (Ernst) Milwaukee. 

11531-11534 

Is prohibition a joke? B-R 28229. 
© July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. July 17 ; J 205. 

28228, 28230', 28231. © July 15, 

1929; 2 c. each July 17; J 0—2471- 
2473. 

Goes lithographing co., Chicago. 11535 
[Lithographed first mortgage note 
of American trust company, Houston, 
Texas, with ten interest coupons at- 
tached, orange color border on face 
and back] © Aug. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 
12 ; K 5569. 

Graham (Locksley Ellwood) Great 
Falls, Mont. 11536 

Pioneer travelers, © Sept. 23, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 28 ; K 6019. 

Graves (George William) Detroit. 

11537 
[Frieze of the ritual characters, 
aprons, jewels, and symbols of the 
Scottish rite of the northern jurisdic- 
tion of the United States] © June 29, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 5 ; 1 c. Aug. 28 ; K 5852. 

Greenstein fur modes, inc., New York. 

11538 
[Fur style chart] 1929-1930. © July 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 6365. 

Greenville chamber of commerce, 
Greenville, S. C. 11539 

Table Rock reservoir. © July 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 29 ; J 237. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc., New York. 

11540 
[Song of love] © July 15, 1929; 
1 c. July 16; K 5273. 

Hamilton (E. B.) Hoquiam, Wash. 

11541 
Olympics, in the, 22-24. © July 11, 
1929 ; 2 c. each July 23 ; J 230-232. 

Hance (Wallace Eugene) Wilmington, 
Del. 11542 

Apartment house, to be built at 
1212 Delaware Ave., Wilmington, Del. 
Sheets 1-9, blueprints. © 1 c. Aug. 
31, 1929; I 1046. 



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11614 



Hanfstaengl (Franz) Munich. 

11543-11561 

[Affenpintscher, 124] ; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt. © May 1, 1929 ; 1 c. 
July 16 ; K 5274. 

[Auf weiten wegen, 3] ; von Karl 
Ewald Olszewski. © July 16, 1929; 
1 c. July 30; K 5421. 

[Aug in aug, 94] von Carl Josef 
Bauer. © June 26, 1929; 1 c. July 
16 ; K 5305. 

[Bekassinen, 2] ; von Karl Ewald 
Olszewski. © July 16. 1929 ; 1 c. July 
30 ; K 5422. 

[Blumen. 13258] ; von Anton Fais- 
tauer. © July 30, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 14 ; 
K 5608. 

[Christuskopf. Unbekannter meister] 
© July 12, 1929 ; 1 c. July 23 ; K 5368. 

[Deutsclier schaferhund (kopf) 
142] ; von Curt Meyer-Eberhardt. © 
May 1, 1929 ; 1 c. July 16 ; K 5276. 

[Flick unci Flock. 135] ; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt. © Feb. 18, 1929; 1 
c. Mar. 9 ; K 3353. 

[Gardone Sopra, 13257] ; von Anton 
Faistauer. © July 30, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 
14 : K 5609. 

[Horch herrchen, 152] ; von Curt 
Meyer Eberhardt. © Aug. 14, 1929 ; 
I c. Aug. 28; K 5768. 

[Junger bully, 123] ; von Curt Mey- 
er-Eberhardt. © May 1. 1929; 1 e. 
July 16 ; K 5275. 

[On der dune, 92] von Carl Josef 
Bauer. © June 26, 1929; 1 c. July 
16 ; K 5306. 

[Schwarz und weiss, 150] ; von Curt 
Meyer-Eberhardt. © Aug. 14. 1929; 
1 c. Aug. 28 ; K 5769. 

[Seeadler, 4] ; von Karl Ewald Ols- 
zewski. © July 16, 1929 ; 1 c. July 30 ; 
K 5420. 

[Skyterrier, 151] [ !] ; by Curt Mey- 
er-Eberhardt. © Aug. 14, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 28 : K 5767. 

[Sommerabend, 1] ; von Karl Ewald 
Olszewski. 1. © July 16, 1929; 1 c. 
July 30 ; K 5423. 

[Sommerzeit (baclende) 97] von 
Carl Josef Bauer. © June 26, 1929; 
1 c. July 16 ; K 5307. 

[ Staff elsee. 13216] ; von Georg 
Schrimpf . © July 30. 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 
14 ; K 5610. 

[Towerbridge, 13256] ; by Oskar 
Kokoschka. © Aug. 12, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 21; K 5694. 



Hardeman (J. T.) hat co., Seattle. 

11562 
Tip your hat to autumn. © Aug. 
17, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 23; K 5877. 

Harder (William J.) New York. 

11563 
Ty-Pac. © 1 c. July 6, 1929; J O— 
3013. 

Harris (Thomas Philip) Clarinda, la. 

11564 
Scotty. © June 27. 1929; 2 c. July 
5 ; K 5171. 

Harris (W. J.) co.. Augustine. Fla. 

11565-11574 
Ocklawaha River. A-J. © Sept. 1, 
1929; 2 c. each Aug. 30; J O— 3055- 
3064. 

Harris & Ewing, Washington. 

11575-11614 

Adams (Charles Francis) © Mar. 
6, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2778. 

Ames (Dr. Joseph S.) © June 6, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J O— 2806. 

Beck (James M.) representative 
from Pennsylvania. © June 4, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 8; J O— 2805. 

Brown (Hon. W. F.) Postmaster 
General. © June 21. 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
8; J 0—2811. 

Cummings (Dr. Hugh S.) © Apr. 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 : J 0—2794. 

Curtis ( Vice-Pres. Charles) A, B. 
© Feb. 18, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 8; 
J 0—2776, 2777. 

Cyril, prince of Bulgaria. © Apr. 
12. 1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J O— 2790. 

Ferreira cle Mello (Mine. Rubens) 
© May 28, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 8: J O— 
3007. 

Good (James W.) © Apr. 10, 1929: 
2 c. Aug. 8; J 0—2788. 

Hodges (Lieut. Col. Campbell B.) 
© Mar. 22, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 8: J O— 
2781. 

Hoover (Mrs.) and members of the 
American and Japanese Davis cup 
teams. © May 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug'. 8 ; 
J O— 2802. 

Hoover (President) and the En- 
forcement commission at the White 
House. © May 28, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
8; J 0^2803. 

Hyde (Hon. A. M.) © Apr. 10, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2789. 

Johnson (Walter P.) © May 4, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J 0—2796. 



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11615 



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Harris & Ewing — Continued. 

Kahn (Mrs. Florence P.) represen- 
tative from California. © May 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2797. 

Lamont (Hon. R. P.) © June 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J O— 2807. 

Longworth. (Mrs. Alice Roosevelt) 
and her daughter, Paulina. © May 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 8 ; J 0—2798. 

Longworth (Mrs. Alice Roosevelt) 
and her daughter Paulina, seated. © 
May 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2799. 

Longworth (Paulina) © May 12, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J O— 2800. 

Mitchell (William D.) Attorney Gen- 
eral, U. S. © June 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 
8; J O— 2810. 

Newton (Walter H.) © Mar. 28, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J 0—2783. 

Norton (Mary) representative from 
New Jersey. © Apr. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 
8; J 0—2785. 

Owen (Mrs. Ruth Bryan) © Apr. 

4, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J O— 3009. 
Patterson (Senator Roscoe C.) © 

Mar. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2782. 

Podoski (Wiktor) first secretary of 
the Polish legation. © June 10, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 8 ; J O— 2809. 

Prochnik (Loranda S.) © May 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J O— 3008. 

Reed (Governor Clyde M.) of Kan- 
sas. © Apr. 16, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; 
J 0—2792. 

Robbins (Mrs. Warren Delano) © 
Dec. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. Aug. 8, 1929 ; J O— 
2775. 

Roebling (Caroline) © Apr. 12, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 8; J 0—2791. 

Rogers (Maud A.) © June 7, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 8 ; J O— 2808. 

Sacassa (Dr. Juan) © Apr. 5, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2786. 

Steck (Mrs. Daniel) © Apr. 16, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2793. 

Stimson (Hon. Henry L.) © Apr. 

5, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2787. 
Strother (French) © Apr. 1, 1929; 

2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2784. 

Summerall (Gen. Charles P.) © 
Mar. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J O— 2780. 

Varela (Mile. Adela) © May 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2804. 

Weeks (Governor John E.) of Ver- 
mont. © Apr. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; 
J 0—2795. 

Wilbur (Dr. Ray Lyman) © Mar. 

6, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 0—2779. 



Zaldumbie (Mme. Don Gonzalo) and; 
daughter. © May 17, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
S; J O— 2801. 

Hart Schaffner & Marx, Chicago. 

11615-11667 

[S'29 (31-34, 36-38, 52, 213, 223, 
224, 228-230)] © Mar. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
each June 29 ; K 5079-5082, 5084-5087, 
5122, 5124-5128. 

[S'29 (35, 53, 54, 97, 98)] © Apr. 
27, 1929; 2 c. each June 29; K 5083, 
5088, 5089, 5104, 5105. 

[S'29 (55-57, 60-62)] © May 10,. 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 29 ; K 5090-5095. 

[S'29 (80, 92-96, 100, 101, 221, 282, 
290) ] © May 25, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 
29 ; K 5096, 5099-5103, 5107, 5108, 5123, 
5130, 5131. 

[S'29-81] © Apr. 25, 1929; 2 c. 
June 29 ; K 5097. 

[S'29-91] © Apr. 6, 1929; 2 c. June 
29; K 5098. 

[S'29-99] © Apr. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 
29; K 5106. 

[S'29 (115-127)] © June 10, 1929; 
2 c. each June 29; K 5109-5121. 

[S'29-276] © Apr. 25, 1929; 2 c_ 
June 29 ; K 5129. 

Hartford fire insurance co., Hartford. 
11668, 11669 

Statistics don't mean a thing to fire. 
© June 15, 1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; K 5133. 

Which house do you. own? © Julyr 
13, 1929 ; 1 c. July 25 ; K 5371. 

Hartman (Harold H. ) Frankfort. Kan. 

11670 

Long's Peak at sunset. © Sept. 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 9 ; J O— 3120. 
Haskel (Isidore J.) Brooklyn. 1167L 

Memorial monument, plan. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1929 ; I 920. 

Hause (Clarence Frank) Athol, Mass. 

11672 
[I go sign] © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1929; 
I 1102. 

Hazelton (Elizabeth C.) Los Angeles. 

11673-11677 

California old missions rosary: 

San Diego ; K 5747. — San Fernando ; 

K 5745.— San Gabriel; K 5746.— San 

Juan Capistrano; K 5744. — San Luis 

Rey; K 5748. © Aug. 19, 1929; 2 c. 

each Aug. 26. 

Hedges (William Frederic) Chicago. 

11678 
Chicago, 111., Heart of population, 
1928-1948. © Aug. 22, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept., 
11 ; K 5869. 



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11715 



Heights studio, Brooklyn. 

11679, 11680 

Crane (Nathalia) A, B. © July 23, 
1929; 2 c. each July 27; J 0—2522, 
2523. 

Heming (Harry H.) Milwaukee. 

11681 
Gridley butter, Wisconsin's best. © 

1 c. May 17, 1929; J 0—2468. 

Hendel (Hyman) New York. 

11682, 11683 

Moderaette. The bow with the ap- 
peal. Appears hand tied. © June 12, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 19. K 5169. 

Windsorette bows. © May 20, 1929 ; 

2 c. June 8 ; K 5170. 

Henninger (John H.) New York. 

11684 
[Lens-O-Graph. Graph 1-3] © 
July 27, 1929 ; 2 c. July 29 ; I 899. 

Henry (Eugene) Detroit. 11685 

Keep your car attractive. © June 
,1, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 20; K 5961. 

Henry (Francis M.) Minneapolis. 

11686, 11687 

Elevated aeroplane station equipped 
with electro magnets for braking aero- 
planes in short distances when landing. 
Blueprint. © Aug. 5, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
10 ; I 979. 

Suppl. Blueprint. © Aug. 15, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; I 1035. 

Herzberg pub. co., inc., New York. 

11688 
7th Avenue. © July 4, 1929; 2 c. 
July 30 ; K 5439. 

Hicks (Donald McCollum) Baltimore. 

11689 

Uncle Jack's safety club alphabet. 

© Aug. 21, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 26 ; K 5749. 

Hillard (Henry W.) Buffalo. 11690 
Christ and his parents. © Aug. 5, 

1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 14 ; K 5884. 

Hinckley (Thomas Boy) Pittsburgh. 

11691, 11692 
Proposed co-operative apartments 

for Mr. James Y. Hambley, Duplex 

apartment, first floor plan. Blueprint. 

© 1 c. July 31, 1929 ; I 910. 
Second floor plan. Blueprint. 

© 1 c. July 31, 1929 ; I 911. 

Hoagland-Lakin electric & engineering 
co., Los Angeles. 11693-11697 

Laco-lite spot-lite : 

Complete view ; J 70. — Full front 
view, J 71. — Rear view showing yolk 



and spindle ; J 67. — Semi-side and back 
view; J 68. — Side view left-hand; J 
69. © Apr. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. each Apr. 18. 

Hobart bros. co., Troy, O. 11698 

Welder dial. Blueprint. © 1 c. July 
22, 1929; I 883. 

Hoboken map co., Long Island City, 

N. Y. 11699 

Hoboken, N. J., U. S. A., bird's-eye 

view of. © Aug. 26, 1929; 1 c. Sept. 

18 ; 1 c. Aug. 29 ; K 6008. 

Hoen (A.) & co., Baltimore. 11700 

[Arlington national cemetery, Va.] 
Tomb of the Unknown soldier. © Oct. 
29, 1928 ; 2 c. July 2, 1929 ; K 5143. 

Holberg (Richard A.) New York. 

11701 
Getting milk to Bobby. © Aug. 6, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; K 5543. 

Holt gallery, New York. 

Peonies. (In Literary Digest, July 
20, 1929) © July 18, 1929; 1 c. July 
31 ; K 5537. 

Hope (Charles Henry) Unalaska, 
Alaska. 11703 

Unalaska. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Apr. 
11 ; J 192. 

Hopwood (John A.) Flushing, N. Y. 

11704-11715 

All women love beauty. © July 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 19 ; K 5447. 

Dear old grandpa and grandma. © 
July 24, 1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 5377. 

Joy of motherhood. © June 18, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 20 ; K 5350. 

Moon and spoon are lovers delight. 
So are ice cream and spoon. © June 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. July 6 ; K 5175. 

Prepare yourself. © Aug. 21, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 30 ; K 5772. 

What can help you to be beautiful? 
© June 18, 1929 ; 2 c. July 20 ; K 5349. 

What is life but a spark? © June 
28, 1929 ; 2 c. July 6 ; K 5174. 

When you have done your best, told 
your love and time drags and silence 
reigns. © July 17, 1929 ; 2 c. July 25 ; 
K 5370. 

Who would not be master in their 
own line of business? © Aug. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 19 ; K 5663. 

Why pay for drinks? © Aug. 15, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 19; K 5664. 

You need no testimonials. © June 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. July 12 ; K 5261. 

Your wife is still your sweetheart. 
© Aug. 20, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 30; K 5773. 



79800—29- 



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Hormel (George A.) & co., Austin, 
Minn. 11716-11718 

Flavor-sealed ham an indispensable 
vacation companion. © June 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5685. 

This is the flavor-sealed idea, © 
July 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5686. 

When science entered the kitchen. 
© Aug. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5684. 

Home (John) Hollywood, Calif. 

11719-11723 

5 photographs: 

Church and her children, under cor- 
rection ; J 262. — Something different — 
being the story of the Shulamite; or, 
The watchmen of the walls; J 265. — 
Spiritual discipline under the Puri- 
tans ; J 263. — Way of a man with a 
maid, in early New England days; J 
264. — Young Prince Solomon bringing 
home his bride ; J 261. © Aug. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 12. 

Houchins (John C.) Northfork, W. Va. 

11724 

Trigeminus. Anatomical drawing of 

the head. © 1 c. July 29, 1929 ; I 903. 

Howes (Edgar H.) Los Angeles. 

11725 
Sunshine kid. © Aug. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 19; J 0—2867. 

Hunter (Herbert Chipman) Rockford, 
111. 11726 

[Toy tank truck] © July 16, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 7 ; I 938. 

Hydeman (Sid L.) New York. 11727 
Williams {Lieut. Alford J.) U. S. N. 
© Aug. 17, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 17 ; J" O— 
2863. 

Illustrated London news, London. 

11728-11743 

Tut-ankh-amen's (King) : 

Hat box. — Hat box, interior. — 
Ivory head-rest (back view) — Ivory 
head-rest ( front view ) — Lapis-lazuli 
head-rest. — Linen chest. — Linen chest 
<open) — Turquoise blue head-rest. © 
1 c. each Aug. 14, 1929; J 0—2853- 
2860. 

8 photographs: 

Alabaster funeral barque on pedes- 
tal. — Broken objects in the south end 
of the annexe [ !] of King Tut-ankh- 
amen's tomb. — Cedar and ebony trav- 
eling boxes. — Dwarf Sudanese slave 
girl steering funeral barque. — Finely 
carved prow of the alabaster funeral 
barque. — Funeral barque showing top 
of the pedestal. — Head-rest shaped as 
ix. folding-stool. — Looted contents of 



the annexe of King Tut-ankh-amen's 
tomb as seen through the robbers' hole 
in the doorway, view of. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 14, 1929; J 0—2846-2849, 2845, 

2850-2852. 

Icart (Louis) Paris. 11744-11746 

Joie de vivre. © Sept. 2, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 25; K 6000. 

Marchande d'oranges. © Aug. 9, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 28 ; K 5770. 

[Hon chien] © June 12, 1929; 1 c. 
July 27 ; K 5387. 

Indiana farmer's guide pub. co., Hunt- 
ington, Ind. 11747 
Indiana farmer's guide pictorial 
map of Indiana. (In Indiana Farm- 
er's Guide, Aug. 31, 1929) © Aug. 31, 
1929 ; 1 c. Sept. 3 ; K 6009. 

Insurance co. of North America, Phila- 
delphia. 11748 
White fireman as a publisher. (In 
Saturday Evening Post, July 20, 1929) , 
© July 18, 1929; 1 c. July 19; K 5355. 

International association of merchan- 

tors, Los Angeles. 11749 

Member International association 

merchantors. [Insignia] © May 24, 

1929 ; 2 c. July 13 ; K 5268. 

International feature service, inc., 
New York. 11750-11762 

Bringing up father. 1929. © Week- 
ly : 

June 2-30 ; 1 c. each June 5-July 3 ; 
K 155053-155057.— July 7-28 ; 1 c. each 
July 10-31 ; K 155058-155061.— Aug. 4- 
25; 1 c. each Aug. 8-30; K 155062- 
155065. 

Investment bond & trust co., ltd., Ft. 
Worth, Tex. 11763 

Utopian apartment building efficien- 
cy type. 10 sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1929 ; I 971. 

Jenkins (E. L.) & co., New York. 

11764 
Value! © July 20, 1929; 2 c. July 
26 ; J 234. 

Jennings (John Thomas) Wilkes- 

Barre, Pa. 11765, 11766 

Forty Fort meeting house, interior 

of. © May 25, 1929; 2 c. June 29; 

J 0—2475. 

Walker (Mickey) training at Har- 
vey's Lake, Pa. © Aug. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 13 ; J 0—2813. 



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11806 



Johns-Mauville corp., New York. 

11767, 11768 

Temperature alignment chart, fire 
brick-superex. © May 31, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 6 ; I 935. 

Superex-magnesia. © May 31, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 6 ; I 936. 

Johnson (Carl August) 11769 

[Johnson calendar] © June 29, 
1929 ; 1 c. July 2 ; 1 c. Aug. 3 ; I 943. 

Johnson (Charlotte Rose) Washing- 
ton. 11770, 11771 

Sporty. © July 19, 1929 ; 2 c. July 
19; K 5346. 

Tobias, black prince. © July 19, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 19 ; K 5347. 

Johnson (Walter) Lakehurst, N. J. 

11772-11778 

Graf Zeppelin, first trans-Atlantic 
commercial airship. © May 15, 1929; 
2 c. July 22 ; J 226. 

In hangar at Lakehurst, N. J. 

© Oct. 15, 1928 ; 2 c. July 22, 1929 ; 
J 225. 

Los Angeles (U. S. S.) and hangar, 
Naval air station, Lakehurst, N. J. © 
Oct. 10, 1928; 2 c. July 22, 1929; J 
223. 

At mooring mast, Naval air sta- 
tion, Lakehurst, N. J. © Oct. 1, 1928 ; 
2 c. July 22, 1929 ; J 224. 

In flight, Lakehurst, N. J. © 

June 10, 1928 ; 2 c. July 22, 1929 ; J 229. 

In hangar, Naval air station 

Lakehurst, N. J. © June 15, 1929; 
2 c. July 22 ; J 228. 

On field, Naval air station Lake- 
hurst, N. J. © June 15, 1929; 2 c. 
July 22; J 227. 

Johnson & son studio, Boise, Id. 

11779 
Highway conference. © 1 c. July 
17, 1929; J 0—2483. 

Joy (Guy E.) Detroit. 11780,11781 
Joy's chord transposition chart. 

[Cover design] © Aug. 9, 1929; 2 c. 

Aug. 30; K 5779. 

Joy's tenor banjo chords. [Cover 

design] © Aug. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; 

K 5778. 

Jubber (Albert) Kenilworth, N. J. 

11782 
Pen knife whittlings. © 1 c. May 
17, 1929; J 0—2464. 



Kahanamoku (David P.) Honolulu. 

11783, 11784 

David K, 10576. © July 26, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 242. 

Surf rider, 10577. © July 26, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 6 ; J 243. 

Kansas state board of health, Topeka, 
Kan. 11785 

Health of the world is the hope of 
the nations. © Mav 24, 1929; 2 c. 
July 8 ; K 5228. 

Karsten statistical laboratory, inc., 
New Haven. 11786-11793 

Comparograph : 

Automobile exports; I 857. — Call 
loan renewal rates; I 856. — Farmers' 
purchasing power ; I 858. — Industrial 
stocks ; I 855. © June 24, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each July 13. 

Comparograph : 

Automobile production ; I 1077. — Call 
loan rates ; I 1078. — Gold movement ; I 
1075.— Unfilled steel orders ; I 1076. © 
Aug. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 20. 
Kaufmann & Fabry co., Chicago. 

11794-11796 

Chicago, 111., Cubs park, crowd at, 
July 27, 1929. © July 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 29 ; J 278. 

National league baseball team. 

© July 31, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 14 ; J 257. 

Wrigley Field home of the Chi- 
cago Cubs, 1929. © July 31, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 14 ; J 258. 
Kawneer co., Niles, Mich. 

11797, 11798 

Kawneer bronze store fronts, doors 
and Sealair windows. © Aug. 1, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 7 ; K 5512. 

Kingate, Kawneer bronze store 
fronts, doors and Sealair windows, etc. 
© Aug. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 16 ; K 5766. 
Kay features, inc., New York. 11799 

Mama's boy. © Aug. 5, 1929; 1 c. 
Aug. 8; K 5517. 
Kelleys studio, Miami, Ariz. 

11800-11804 

Coolidge dam, Ariz. 1-5. © May 
1. 1929 ; 2 c. each May 31 ; J O— 1910- 
1914. 
Kenna (Ernest Menard) New York. 

11805 

[Boston, Mass., first church of Christ 
scientist] © July 26, 1929; 2 c. July 
27; K 5424. 

Kennedy (Walter H.) Poplar Bluff, 
Mo. 11806 

Butler County court house. © Aug. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 5 ; J 0—2664. 



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11807 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Kennedy & co., New York. 

11807-11811 

[Mount Vernon, Va.] by Luigi Kasi- 
mir. © July 1, 1929; 2 e. Sept. 20; 
K 5922. 

4 prints by Luigi Kasimir: 
[Manhattan from Governor's Is- 
land] ; K 5924.— [New York (City)} 
Fulton [street] market; K 5923.— 
[New York (City) New York stock 
exchange] ; K 5921. — Philadelphia, Pa. 
[Independence hall] ; K 5920. © Sept. 
1, 1929; 2 c. each Sept. 20. 

Keystone view co., Meadville, Pa. 

11812-12167 

Citizenship lesson : 

American family at breakfast, 12 to 
15, 18228. — Entering the classroom, 
night school, 1, 18279. — Father combing 
his hair, 10, 18386. — Father pouring a 
glass of water, 13 to 16, 18289.— 
Father putting on his shoes, 11, 
18287. — Father saying goodbye to small 
son, 18, 18291. — Father washing in the 
morning, 10, 18285. — Introduction, 7, 8, 
9, 18284. — Mother packing father's 
lunch, 17, 18290. — Opening and closing 
windows, 4, 18281. — Pupils at the 
blackboard, 5, 18282.— Schoolroom, 6, 
18283. — Teacher greets pupil, 2 and 3, 
18280. © Mar. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 
29; J 0—2534-2546. 

Harrison Technical high school, Chi- 
cago, 111. : 

Chemistry class at work, 32102. — 
Class at work in the machine shop, 
32106. — Electricity class at work, 
32105.— Foundry class at work. 32109. 
© May 1, 1929; 2 c. each Sept. 9; 
J 0—3136-3139. 

Holmes (Burton) America's premier 
traveler, renews in Keystone stereo- 
graphs travel experiences, 18292. © 
April 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 16 ; J 0—3265. 

Looking down on the chapel and a 
Day line boat, West Point, N. Y., 32362. 
© Aug. 25, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 16; J O— 
3284. 

Marblehead, Mass. : 

Birthplace of Mollie Pitcher, 32138 ; 
J 0—3123.— Home of John Glover, 
32127; J 0—3124. — Lee mansion, 
32125; J 0—3142. © May 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Sept. 9, 1929. 

Marshall Field museum, Chicago, 
111.: 

Roman Amphorae, facsimiles of, 
32078. — Roman jar from Boscoreale, 
32080. — Roman mill from Boscoreale, 
32081. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
9 ; j O— 3150-3152. 



Memorial day parade, 1929, River- 
side drive, New York (City) : 

32369— Troop E, 32366.— Troops 
passing in review, 32368. — West Point 
cadets, 32370. © July 25, 1929; 2 c. 
each Sept. 16; J 0—3268, 3270-3272. 

New York (City) : 

City Hall park and the Municipal 
building from Broadway, 32359 — 
Fifth Avenue, Traffic on, 32358.— St. 
Paul's church from Broadway, 32357. — 
Woolworth building for many years 
the tallest building in the world, 
32355. — Woolworth building from the 
25th floor of the Municipal building, 
32365. © July 25, 1929; 2 c. each 
Sept. 16; J O— 3273-3277. 

Looking west on Wall st. to 285- 
foot spire of Trinity church, now 
dwarfed by skyscrapers, 32356. © 
July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 16 ; J 0—3264. 

Woolworth building, Cathedral 

of Commerce, product of five and ten 
cent pieces, 32373. © July 30, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 16; J 0—3263. 

Pompeii, Italy: 

Basilica, general view, 3367; J O — • 
3148.— Gate and street of Stabia, 3370 ; 
J 0—3147.— Temple of Apollo, 3365; 
J 0—3149. © May 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Sept. 9. 

Shrine convention, Los Angeles, 
Calif., June, 1929 : " 

Aerial act. Circus Maximus, Coli- 
seum, 32348 ; J 0—3165— Circus Maxi- 
mus in the Coliseum, 32347; J O — 
3166.— Float of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 
electrical pageant, Coliseum, 32346; J 
0—3168.— Float of William Fox news, 
electrical pageant, Coliseum, 32345; 
J O — 3169. — Hawaiian banquet, Bilt- 
more hotel, 32352; J 0—3171.— Lawn 
fete, Lafayette park, 32340; J O— 
3174.— Lloyd's (Harold) float, first 
prize winner, 32343; J 0—3175.— Mo- 
tion picture electrical pageant, Coli- 
seum, 32344; J 0—3178.— Parade in 
Coliseum, 32351 ; J O— 3180.— Religious 
services and concert, Hollywood Bowl, 
32349; J O — 3181. — Spanish barbecue 
and picnic at Ed Maier's ranch, 32350 ; 
J 0—3184.— Street parade, 32342; J 
0—3185. © July 9, 1929; 2 c. each 
Sept. 9. 

Washington, D. C. : 

Pennsylvania ave., from the south 
steps of the Treasury building, 32334; 
J 0—3186.— State, War and Navy 
building where much national busi- 
ness is transacted, 32333 ; J 0—3187 — 
Union station, gateway to the National 
Capital, 32332 ; J O— 3188. © July 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 9. 



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3 photographs : 

All aboard ! Giant plane at Colum- 
bus, O., on first air-rail trip, New York 
to Los Angeles, July 8, 1929, 32372 — 
Bumblebees on red clover blossoms, 
1257. — Huge rocks of pumice stone, 
formerly the seashore, Lipari, Italy, 
3407. © Aug. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
16; J 0—3259-3261. 

3 photographs : 

Lang( Andreas) impersonator of St. 
Peter and St. Matthew, Oberam- 
mergau, Germany, 30023 ; J 0—3141.— 
Linderhof, gardens and palace of, 
Bavaria, Germany, home of Ludwig II, 
30033; J 0—3127. — Royal museum, 
Stockholm, Sweden, armory and cos- 
tume hall, 25084 ; J 0—3126. © May 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 9. 

6 photographs: 

Antwerp, Belgium, part of the great 
harbor at, 25571 ; J 0—2616.— Beautiful 
Syrian residence, interor of, Damas- 
cus, Syria, 19688; J 0—2637.— Dixie 
handicap race, finish of — Pimlico track, 
Baltimore track, Baltimore, Md., 
32193 ; J 0—2592.— Mont St. Pere, on 
the hills north of the Marne, after its 
capture by the 3d American division 
in July, 1918, 18958; J 0—2636.— 
Rome, Italy, ancient city wall of, 3346 ; 
J 0—2586.— Rubens, statue of, Place 
Verte, Antwerp, Belgium. 25572 ; J O — 
2587. © Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Aug. 5. 

6 photographs: 

Gamillus. Metropolitan museum, 
New York, N. Y., 32327 ; J O— 3203.— 
Golden Gate, the Magic Portals, from 
Lincoln park golf links, San Francisco. 
Calif., 32324; J O— 3209.— Lincoln 
(Abraham) bust by Gutzon Borglum. 
Capitol, Washington, D. C, 32325; 
J O — 3227. — Lincoln (Abraham) statue 
by Gutzon Borglum, Newark, N. J., 
32329; J 0—3211.— Old market wo- 
man, statue of. Metropolitan museum, 
New York, N. Y., 32328 ; J 0—3223.— 
Singing tower, the Taj Mahal of Amer- 
ica, Mountain Lake. Florida. 32313; 
J 0—3221. © June 1. 1929; 2 c. each 
Sept. 11. 

9 photographs: 

Alamo from Plaza park, showing 
entrance to the court at the left. San 
Antonio, Texas, 32335; J 0—3183 — 
Descendants of Washington family at 
dedication of George Washington Air 
Junction, Va., 32339 ; J 0—3167.— Ford 
tri-motor cabin plane leaving Chicago 
with passengers and mail for Minne- 
apolis, Minn., 32341; J O— 3170.— In- 
flation with hydrogen gas of a copy of 



first balloon flown in America, Jan. 9, 
1793. Washington Air Junction, Va., 
32338; J 0—3172.— Large cabin pas- 
senger planes, built at Wichita, Kan., 
in regular service between Wichita 
and Tulsa, Okl., 32337; J 0—3173 — 
Looking up the Hudson River from 
West Point, N. Y., 32354 ; J 0—3176 — 
Modern sport model airplane ready for 
first trial flight, Wichita, Kan., 32336; 
J O — 3177. — Rubens Assumption of 
the Virgin, cathedral of Notre Dame, 
Antwerp, Belguim, 25576 ; J O — 3182.— 
Subway station and train, New York 
City, 32353; J 0—3179. © July 9, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 9. 

9 photographs: 

Building the steel frame for a sky- 
scraper, 32301; J O— 3072.— Coyote 
among the rocks, Dalles of St. Croix 
River, Minn., 4025; J O— 3069.— Gor- 
geous floral floats in New Year's day 
parade, Tournament of roses, Pasa- 
dena, Calif.. 32312 ; J O— 3070.— Group 
of pet white-tailed deer, 4026; J O— 
3067. — New Year's football game in 
the famous Rose bowl, Pasadena, 
Calif., 32311; J O— 3071.— Newport, 
R. I., oldest church in New England, 
32307; J O— 3068.— Santiago, Chile, 
cathedral and plaza, 21931; J O— 
3074. — Steel molds attached to rotat- 
ing chain being emptied of copper 
plates in a smelter, Miami, Ariz., 
32302; J O— 3075.— Varennes, on the 
Aire River, captured by the 28th and 
35th U. S. divisions, Sept. 26, 1918, 
18952; J O— 3073. © Apr. 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Sept. 3. 

13 photographs: 

Bear Mountain bridge, new, from 
the East bank, New York, 32363 ; J O— 
3288.— Cadet band and Cadets on 
parade. West Point, N. Y., 32361; J 
O — 3278. — Cadets on parade, lines of, 
West Point, N. Y., 32360 ; J 0—3283 — 
Farrell (Johnny) Quaker Ridge coun- 
try club, Mamaroneck, N. Y., 1928 open 
champion, playing a long shot, 18296; 
J O — 3279. — First Pennsylvania-Santa 
Fe air-rail transcontinental tri mo- 
tored plane leaving Columbus, O., July 
8. 1929, 32371; J 0—3280.— Jones 
(Bobby) playing out of a sand trap 
to the green. Winged Foot country 
club. Mamaroneck, N. Y. Note ball in 
air, 18293: J 0—3281.— Jones (Bobby) 
winner of 1929 National Open Golf 
championship. Sinking a putt with 
his famous putter, Calamity Jane, 
18299; J 0—3282.— Memorial day pa- 
rade, Riverside drive, New York (City) 
Infantry under arms, 32367; J O— 
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Keystone view co. — Continued. 
Tex., playing a niblic shot over a trap 
to the green, Winged Foot country club, 
Mamaroneck, N. Y., 18294; J O— 
3287.— Smith (Horton) of Oak Hills 
country club, Joplin, Mo., holder of 
French Open championship, 1929, finish 
of brassie shot, 18295; J 0—3289.— 
Storm King highway and Bear moun- 
tain bridge, New York, 32364; J O — 
3290. — Winged Foot country club, club 
house, Mamaroneck, N. Y. Scene of 
1929 National Open golf championship 
tournament, 18298; J — 3285.— 
Winged Foot country club, 18th green 
and fairway, Mamaroneck, N. Y. Last 
hole of the 1929 Open golf champion- 
ship, 18297; J 0—3286. © July 25, 
1929; 2 c. each Sept. 16. 

16 photographs : 

Apollo Belvedere, Vatican, Rome, 
Italy, 3357; J 0—2559.— Calendering 
the finished linen, Guelph, Canada, 
21077 ; J O— 2550.— Chicago, 111., Stan- 
ford park, 32147; J 0—2547.— Glas- 
gow, Scotland, art galleries, Kelvin- 
grove park, 28489; J 0—2548.— 
Goteburg, Sweden, Lyon castle, 25086; 
J O — 2549. — Jacquarcl machine used 
for weaving linen damask, Guelph, 
Canada, 31076; J 0—2551.— Kerak, 
Syria, interior of crusaders' castle, 
19685; J 0—2552.— Lake Avernus, 
Italy, Grotto of the Sibyl, 3378 ; J O— 
2553. — Miami, Fla., a tropical home, 
porte-cochere of, 32117; J O — 2554. — 
Milwaukee, Wis., Mitchell park, sunken 
gardens in, 32155; J O — 2555. — Pom- 
peii, Italy, decorative fountain, 3374 : 
J O — 2556. — Pompeii, Italy, triangular 
forum. 3383 ; J 0—2557.— Rome, Italy, 
arch of Janus, 3343; J O— 2558.— Sa- 
loniki, Greece, harbor of, 27937 ; J O — 
2560. — Toltec tunnel, Colorado, fairy 
grotto, 32222; J 0—2561.— Victoria, 
B. C, Canada, Buchart's sunken gar- 
dens, 31069; J 0—2562. © Mar. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. each July 29. 

21 photographs : 

Ancient druidical circle near Killar- 
ney, Ireland, 28901.— Chicago, 111., 
Washington park, fountain lagoon ; 
32144. — Clearwater, Fla., Magnolia 
drive to Gulf of Mexico, 32160. — Ham- 
burg, Germany, park in, 30017. — Har- 
rison technical high school, Chicago, 
111., woodworking class at work, 
32110.— Hillsboro, N. H., birthplace of 
Franklin Pierce, 32164. — Large marble 
vase, National museum, Rome, Italy, 
3353.— Palm Beach, Fla., along Ocean 
avenue, lined with cabbage palmettos 



and red hibiscus, 32159. — Peterborough, 
Ontario, Canada, typical better class 
residence in, 31068. — Pompeii, Italy, 
Stabian baths, frigidarium, 3362. — 
Pozzuoli, Italy, amphitheater at 
3379. — Reeling linen yarn from bobbins 
into hanks, Guelph, Canada, 31078. — 
Roman bowls, facsimiles of, Marshall 
Field museum, 32089. — Roman cooking 
stove and dishes from Pompeii, facsi- 
miles of, Marshall Field museum, Chi- 
cago, 111., 32085.— Rome, Italy, Arch 
of Drusus, 3345. — Royal sleigh and 
coach in the Royal museum, Stock- 
holm, Sweden, 25085. — San Antonio 
mission San Antonio, Tex., 32167. — 
Sunset on Manila Bay, Philippine Is- 
lands, 24082.— Two Guns White Calf, 
the Blackfeet Indian chief whose pro- 
file is on the Buffalo nickel, 32610. — 
Veit (Marta) impersonator of Mary, 
the mother of Christ; Oberammergau 
Germany, 30021. — Winding warp on 
spools in linen mill, Guelph, Canada, 
31081. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 
30; J O— 3034-3054. 

24 photographs: 

Borghese (Pauline) Borghese gal- 
lery, Rome, Italy, 339S.— California. 
University. Campanile, campus, Berke- 
ley, Calif., 32322— Cockpit of Stear- 
man M2 model mail plane, W T ichita, 
Kan., 32317. — Kazan cathedral, Lenin- 
grad, Russia, interior, 19446. — Lenin- 
grad, Russia, St. Isaac's cathedral, 
19447.— Los Angeles, Calif., City hall, 
32331. — Making upper wing of mail 
plane, Stearman aircraft co., Wichita, 
Kan., 32316.— Oakland, Calif., business 
section, as it appears across Lake Mer- 
ritt, 32321.— Pisa cathedral, Italy, in- 
terior, 3399. — Primary assembling of 
planes, Travel air mfg., co., Wichita, 
Kan., 32318. — Roman boy. Bronze 
statue, Metropolitan museum, New 
York, N. Y., 32326, — San Francisco, 
Calif., in the heart of modern china- 
town, 32323.— San Francisco, Calif- 
looking northeast from Twin Peaks 
down Market st, to Ferry building, 
32319. — San Francisco, Calif., skyline, 
from the ferry, 32320. — Satyr, bronze. 
Museum, Naples, Italy, 3400. — Satyr of 
ivory and bronze taken from Pompeii. 
Museum, Naples, Italy, 3403. — Satyr, 
sleeping, bronze, from Pompeii. Mu- 
seum, Naples, Italy, 3402. — Tapping a 
rubber tree, Philippine Islands, 
24083. — Venetian Doge. Bronze bust 
in Rennaissance museum, Naples, 
Italy, 3406. — Warsaw cathedral, Po- 
land, interior, 8901. — Wichita, Kan., 
Douglas ave., west on. 32315. — Wound- 
ed Amazon. Museum, Naples, Italy, 



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3405. — Wrestler, bronze. Museum, 
Naples, Italy, 3404.— Wright whirlwind 
motor, Stearman aircraft co., Wichita, 
Kan., 32314. © June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Sept. 11; J O— 3202, 3204-3208, 3210, 
3212-3220, 3222, 3224-3226, 3228-3231. 

27 photographs : 

Altgelcl public school, Chicago, 111., 
radio class at work, 32103. — Altgeld 
school, Chicago, 111., sewing class at 
work, 32141. — Boston, Mass., scene in 
Public Gardens, 32156. — Bradentown, 
Fla.. Gamble mansion, historic, 
32133.— Breitsainter (Melchior) th" 
impersonator of St. John, Oberammer- 
gau, Germany, 30024. — Chicago, 111., 
Fountain of Time monument, 32136. — 
Cork, Ireland, St. Finbars cathedral, 
28903.— Detroit, Mich., Grand Circus 
park, 32152.— Glasgow, Scotland, 
George square, 28490. — Hanover, N. H., 
Webster cottage, 32172. — Kittery Point, 
Me., Governor Pepperell mansion, 
32166. — Miami, Fla.. Deering estate 
from the sea, 32095. — New Orleans, 
La., Beauregard's old home, 32134. — 
Phantom ranch, Arizona, 32091. — Phil- 
adelphia. Penna., Betsy Ross house, 
32124.— Rome, Italy, Basilica of Con- 
stantine, ruins of, across Forum, 
3342. — Sacramento, Calif., grounds of 
Fort Sutter, 32174. — Salzburg, Austria, 
house in which Mozart was born, 
5314. — Scottish Highlanders on parade 
in the world war, 28494.— South Dux- 
bury, Mass., Standish house, 32129. — 
Stirling, Scotland, Bruce monument in 
the plaza, 28487.— Tallahassee, Fla., 
grounds of Governor's mansion, 
32118.— Titus {Emperor) National mu- 
seum, Naples, Itaiy, 3375. — Topiary 
work in a home garden, Victoria, B. C, 
Canada. 31073. — Torray's peak, Color- 
ado, 32170. — Valley farm in New Eng- 
land, 32094. — Zion national park, Utah, 
Cedar Breaks. 32100. © May 1, 1929; 
2 c. each Sept. 9; J 0—3122, 3125, 
3128-3135, 3140, 3143-3146, 3153-3164. 

41 photographs : 

Amsterdam, Netherlands, canal and 
the Oude Kerk, 25237; J 0—2869.— 
Antwerp, Belgium, cathedral, 25573 ; 
J O— 2870.— Athens. Greece, art gal- 
lery, 27939; J 0—2871.— Belfast, Ire- 
land, Donegal square, 28899; J O — 
2872. — Bolton Wood, Yorkshire, Eng- 
land, 28346; J 0—2874.— Brandon, 
Manitoba, Canada, typical residence 
street in, 31067; J 0—2875.— Coconut 
Grove, Miami, Fla.. beautiful private 
Australian-pine drive at. 32116; J O — 
2877. — Concord, Mass., Wayside, home 
of Nathaniel Hawthorne, 32162 ; J O — 



2878. — Edinburgh castle, Scotland, 
front view, 28492; J O— 2880.— Edin- 
burgh, Scotland, Royal bank of Scot- 
land, 28493; J 0—2881.— Edison 
(Thomas A.) on the porch of Presi- 
dent Harding's home, Marion, O., 
32161; J O — 2882. — Faliscan painted 
sarcophagus from Civitavecchia, Mar- 
shall Field museum, Chicago, 111., 
32082; J 0—2883.— Flower gardens of 
the birthplace of Robert Burns, Ayr, 
Scotland, 28485; J 0—2884.— Gaines- 
ville, Fla., typical residence street in, 
32097 ; J 0—2885.— Harrison technical 
high school, Chicago, 111., class work in 
the lathe room, 32107; J 0—2888.— 
Harrison technical high school, Chi- 
cago, 111., forge class at work, 32108; 
J O — 2887. — Irish country cottage 
home, Gap of Dunloe, Ireland, 28898; 
J O — 2889. — Jerusalem, Palestine, en- 
trance to the Tomb of the kings and 
reservoir, 19681; J O— 2890.— John 
Hay school. Chicago, 111., cooking class 
making salads, 32140; J O — 2891. — 
Marblehead, Mass., birthplace of El- 
bridge Gerry, 32126; J 0—2886.— 
Mayr (Hans) the impersonator of Pi- 
late, Oberammergau, Germany, 3002: 
J 0—2892.— Minerva Medica, Vatican, 
Rome, Italy, 3358 ; J 0—2893.— Modern 
small American city home of stone and 
stucco, Pennsylvania, 32096; J O— 
2894.— Muskoka Lake, Ontario, Can- 
ada, large, well-built summer cottage 
on, 31072; J 0—2895.— Native hut of 
Calcutta, India, 27452; J 0—2876.— 
Palos park, near Chicago, 111., county 
forest preserves at, 32150; J O — 
2896. — Pens Mulvius across the Tiber 
on the Flaminian Way, Rome, Italy, 
3344; J 0—2897.— Roman ewers, fac- 
similes of, Marshall Field museum, 
Chicago, 111., 32090; J 0—2899.— 
Roman saucepans, facisimiles of, Mar- 
shall Field museum, Chicago, 111., 
32088; J O— 2900.— Roman table, fac- 
simile of. Marshall Field museum, 
Chicago, 111., 32083; J O— 2901.— 
Roman water heaters, facsimiles of, 
Marshall Field museum, Chicago, 111., 
32087; J O— 2902.— Rome, Italy, 
Casale Rotondo, on the Appian Way, 
3348; J O— 2903.— Salem, Mass., 
Witch house, 32161; J O— 2904.— Sa- 
loniki, Greece, former Mohammedan 
mosque, now a Greek orthodox church, 
27936: J O— 2905.— San Jose mission, 
near San Antonio, Tex., 32168; J O — 
2906. — Stetson university, De Land, 
Fla., grounds of, 32158; J 0—2879.— 
Typical log cabin, French River, On- 
tario, Canada, interior of, 31071 ; J 
O— 2907.— University of Belfast, Ire- 



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Keystone view co. — Continued, 
land, 28900 ; J 0—2873.— University of 
Prague, Czechoslovakia, main library, 
interior of, 24706; J O — 2898. — York- 
town, Va., old colonial house in, 32132 ; 
J O— 2908.— Zodiac, the signs of, Na- 
tional museum, Rome, Italy, 3354; J 
O— 2909. © May 1, 1929; 2 c. each 
Aug. 19. 

53 photographs: 

Abandoned farmhouse, Sunapee, 
N. H., 32093.— Alexandria, Va., Christ 
church, exterior of, 32214. — Altgeld 
school, Chicago, 111., metal working 
class at work, 32112.— Altgeld school, 
Chicago, 111., shoemaking and repair- 
ing class, 32111.— Altgeld school, Chi- 
cago, 111., woodworking class at work, 
32113. — Athens, Greece, Greek parlia- 
ment building, 27941.— Athens, Greece, 
modern, showing the Acropolis in the 
background, 27942.— Athens, Greece, 
new observatory, 27938.— Atlanta, Ga., 
Fordsythe (right) and Peachtree 
(left) streets from Howard theater 
building, 32199.— Atlanta, Ga., N. E. 
to capitol of, from tower of Baptist 
church, 32207.— Atlanta, Ga., Piedmont 
park, peace monument, erected to Gate 
City Guard, 32201.— Atlanta, Ga., W. 
on Marietta street, from Signal Tower 
at Five Points, 32208.— Baltimore, Md., 
U. S., customhouse and wholesale dis- 
trict from Hearst Tower building, 
32198. — Beautiful home in Beirut, 
Syria, interior of, 19687. — Birming- 
ham, Ala., looking N. E., 19th street 
along 1st avenue, 32189.— Buchanan 
(S. B.) grounds of home 'of, New 
Westminster, B. C, Canada, 31074.— 
Campbell (J. Frank) president Bank 
of Manitou, Col., residence of, 32098. — 
Chimney Rock, in Blue Ridge Moun- 
tains, near Asheville, N. C, 32197. — 
Clouds over the Grand Canyon, from 
Bright Angel Point, Arizona, 32123. — 
Coconut seedlings, Jamaica, 25181. — 
Detroit, Mich., boulevard and grouuds 
before the Masonic Temple. 32151. — 
East from new Alabama power co.. 
building to City of Birmingham, Ala., 
32206.— Edam, Netherlands, sleepy 
canal and reflected windmill, 25236. — 
Edinburgh, Scotland, Princes street 
gardens and Sir Walter Scott's monu- 
ment, 28491. — Esmeralda-Inn, Chimney 
Rock Mt, in the background, Blue 
Ridge Mountains, North Carolina, 
32196. — Folding Roman stools, facsim- 
iles of, Marshall Field museum, Chi- 
cago, 111., 32084. — Girl ironing with 
electric flatiron, Meadville, Pa., 
32137.— Halifax, Nova Scotia, public 



gardens, 31075. — Harrison technical 
high school, Chicago, 111., loom room, 
32138. — Lang (Anton) impersonator of 
Christ, and Lang's son, Oberammer- 
gau, Germany, 30030. — Looking up- 
ward to the top of Chimney Rock in 
the Blue Ridge Mountains of North 
Carolina, 32190.— Mayr (Guido) the 
impersonator of Judas, Oberammer- 
gau, Germany, 30019. — Meadville, Pa., 
high school, manual training class at 
work, 32104. — Montgomery, Ala., Dex- 
ter avenue and Capitol building from 
Court Square and Montgomery street, 
32211.— Montieello, Va., home of 
Thomas Jefferson, 32218.— Morris 
Ranch, near Yellowstone National 
park, Wy., 32092.— New Orleans, La., 
Aubudon park, avenue of live oaks, 
32217. — New Orleans, La., looking east 
of St. Philip street, on porch of old 
Lafayette blacksmith shop, 32204. — 
New Orleans, La., looking north, from 
tower of St. Patrick's church, 32186.— 
New Orleans, La., N. W. to Mme. 
Begne's famous restaurant at corner 
of Decatur and St. Ann street, 32210.— 
Old Roman arena, Aries, France, in- 
terior of, 3169.— Philadelphia, Pa., 
Fairmont park, entrance to, showing 
Logan fountain, 32120.— Philadelphia, 
Pa., Fairmont park, sunken gardens 
and horticultural hall, 32119.— 
Phoebe's Arch, Palmer Lake, Colorado, 
32028. — Pioneer's log cabin in Mon- 
tana, 32173. — Pompeii, Italy, Porta 
Marina. 3372. — Pompeii, Italy, small 
theater, 3363.— Pompeii, Italy, Temple 
of Jupiter, 3366.— Rome, Italy, Arch 
of Constantine, Roman Forum, 3341. — ■ 
Rome, Italy, ruins of baths of Cara- 
calla, northeast end of southeast Pa- 
lestra, showing original pavement, 
3350. — Salem. Mass., birthplace of 
Nathaniel Hawthorne, 32163.— South- 
ern R. R., tunnels on the, near Black 
Mountain station, North Carolina, 
32213. — Washington, D. C. Union sta- 
tion. 32192. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 22 ; J 0—2926-2978. 

65 photographs : 

American doughboys near the front, 
in pup tents camouflaged with 
branches against aerial observation, 
19296. — American doughboys snatching 
a little rest in an old trench in the 
Marne Salient ; midsummer, 1918, 
19299. — American engineer troops 
building a railroad fill in the Meuse- 
Argonne sector, 1918, 18969. — Ameri- 
can field artillery moving to the front 
through the ruined village of Som- 
mepy, 1918, 19293. — American infantry 
moving up into the line, 19291. — Ameri- 



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can motor trucks transporting troops 
during the battle of the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, 1918, 19297. — American muni- 
tion train, protected against air at- 
tack by anti-aircraft automatic rifles, 
going to the front in the Meuse-Ar- 
gonne, 1918, 18967. — American officer 
and motorcycle driver greeted by smil- 
ing girls of Lorraine in Metz. just 
after the Armistice, 191S, 19295.— 
American troops debarking from the 
transports at St. Nazaire, where about 
200,000 American soldiers landed in 
France, 19294. — Americans carrying a 
wounded man to the rear, battle of the 
Meuse-Argonne, 1918, 18964.— Ameri- 
cans transporting German prisoners 
of war by motor trucks in the Chateau- 
Thierry sector, 19298. — Antwerp, Bel- 
gium, the steen and docks on the bank 
of the Scheldt, 25574.— Athens (Uni- 
versity of) Athens, Greece, 27940. — 
Atlanta, Ga., from Whitehall viaduct, 
N. on Peachtree St., 32187. — Baltimore, 
Md., east over War memorial bldg., 
Old shot tower, John Hopkins hospital 
distant middle, from Hearst tower, 
32191. — Baltimore, Md., west, down 
Fayette st. to City hall, showing War 
memorial, 32194. — Berlin, Germany, 
column of victory in Thiergarten, 
30029. — Birmingham, Ala., state Capi- 
tol, 32221.— Bois de la Gruerie, Ar- 
gonne Forest, into which the 77th 
American div. advanced, scene of four 
years of stubborn fighting, Sept. 26, 
1918, 18962.— Bruges, Belgium, Hotel de 
Yille, 25575. — Bruges, Belgium, quaint 
old street with clock tower in back- 
ground, 25570. — Cathedral of Amiens 
protected and strengthened with 
masses of sandbags, 1918, interior of, 
18966. — Chimney Rock on Chimney 
Rock mountain, in the Blue Ridge 
Mts. of North Carolina, 32195.— Co- 
logne, Germany, main portal of the 
cathedral, 30040.— Concert by an 
American regimental band in a French 
billeting village close behind Mont- 
faucon, Meuse-Argonne front, 1918, 
19292.— Cork, Ireland, Irish street 
fruit and vegetable market, 28902. — 
Dead German soldier, body of, on the 
battlefield of the Meuse, 1918, 18950.— 
Doughboys helping forward an Ameri- 
can rolling kitchen, 1918, 19290.— Edin- 
burgh castle, Scotland, 28488. — French 
counter-attack in progress on Point X. 
on the fiercely contested battlefield of 
Les Eparges, 1915, 18951. — French re- 
lief going into the trenches in the 
wrecked village of Craonelle, Chemin- 
des-Dames sector, 18959. — French sol- 
diers fighting the scourge of rats that 



infested trenches and dugouts on the 
Western front, 1914-1918, 18953.— 
French soldiers in a front line trench 
at Laffaux scene of many bloody bat- 
tles northeast of Soissons, France, 
18957. — French tanks destroyed by ar- 
tillery fire in the desperate fighting in 
the Champagne near Tahure, 1918, 
18956. — French troops in the front line 
watching the bombardment of Point 
C, before the assault, 1915, 18965.— 
French wireless station in the field, on 
the Somme front, 18949. — German pris- 
oners, badly frightened, being marched 
to the rear from the hot fighting at 
Vauxaillon, north of Soissons, 18960. — 
Glazing china table cups, Trenton, 
N. J., 32310. — Hand-painting orchids 
on a large china service plate, Trenton, 
N. J., 32309. — Hanging virgin, famous, 
on the church tower of Albert, Somme, 
seen above the shell-wrecked factory 
of Rocher- Schneider, 18955. — Harpers 
Ferry, W. Va., scene of John Brown's 
raid, 32609. — Hercules and the bronze 
roe, National museum, Naples, Italy, 
3377. — Horse thrown into a tree by the 
explosion of a bomb or shell, Argonne 
Forest, 1918, 18970.— Mercury in re- 
pose, National museum, Naples, Italy, 
3376. — Montgomery, Ala., S. from the 
First national bank' to court house, 
32205. — New Orleans, La., cemetery, 
32212. — New Orleans, La., old U. S. 
mint, now used for assayer's office and 
emergency hospital, 32200. — Nurem- 
berg, Germany, market square and 
Franenkirche, 30032. — One of the steep 
hillsides of Les Eparges, south east of 
Verdun, after the successful French 
attack of 1915, 18963.— Pershing (Gen- 
eral) heading the troops of the A. E. 
F. in the great victory parade, Paris, 
July 14, 1919. 18968.— Pompeii, Italy, 
ruins of, bird's-eye view of, 3369. — 
Pompeii, Italy, large theater, 3364. — 
Rendl (Paula) impersonator of Mary 
Magdalene, Oberammergau, Germany, 
30020. — Rome. Italy, Forum, ruins of, 
3368. — Rotterdam, Netherlands, canal 
life at, 25234. — Ruins of the church at 
Roye-sur-Matz after it was recaptured 
from the Germans, 1918, 18961.— St. 
Mard, on the Aisne River east of Sois- 
sons, under bombardment — French as- 
sault troops waiting to advance, 
18954. — Temptation, Mount of, near 
Jericho, Judea, Palestine, 19682.— Two 
Guns White Calf, Blackfeet Indian 
chief whose face appears on the buf- 
falo nickel, 19512. — Two young pine 
trees chipped for resin, Georgia, 
22348.— Vatican, Rome, Italy, gallery 
of statues, 3360. — Vats into which 



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Keystone view co. — Continued, 
resin flows from distillation plant, 
North Carolina, 22347. — Vienna, Aus- 
tria, Ratkhaus, 30041. — Yellowstone 
national park, Wyoming, Minerva Ter- 
race and Mammoth hotel, 32308.— 60 
day tobacco, Alabama, 32188. © Apr. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 5 ; J 0—2575- 
2585, 2588-2591, 2593-2615, 2617-2635, 
2638-2645. 

Kihn bros., New York. 12167 

[Vignette for bonds, stock certifi- 
cates, diplomas & other purposes. Air- 
plane flying over airport, 1255] © 
Aug. 8, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 9 ; K 5680. 

Kilbourne (Ruth) San Diego. 

12168, 12169 

Lotus lilies. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1929; 
J O— 3360. 

Morning tide. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1929 ; 
J 0—3361. 

King (Henry) Chattanooga. 12170 
Distribution methods : Chain store 
route, jobber-retailer route, colunteer 
food stores route. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1929; I 1012. 

King features syndicate, inc., New 
York. 12171-12196 

Barney Google and Spark Plug. 
1929. © Weekly : 

June 2-30 ; 1 c. each June 5-July 3 ; 
K 5144-5148.— July 7-28; 1 c. each 
July 10-31; K 5521-5524.— Aug. 4-25; 

1 c. each Aug. 8-30; K 5805-5808. 
Tillie the toiler. 1929. © Weekly : 
June 2-30; 1 c. each June 5- 

July 3 ; K 5149-5153.— July 7-2S ; 1 c. 
each July 10-31; K 5525-5528.— Aug. 
4-25; 1 c. each Aug. 8-30; K 5809- 
5812. 

Knapp ( George E. ) Vinton, la. 12197 
Lincoln, the lawyer. © July 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 18 ; K 5345. 

Knoerr (Gilbert) Fort Atkinson, Wis. 

12198, 12199 

Chicks hatching. © June 24, 1929 ; 

2 c. July 8 ; J 194. 

Pheasants hatching. © June 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 8 ; J 195. 

Kroll (Robert C.) St. Louis. 12200 

St. Louis, Mo., views, composite pic- 
ture of. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1929; J O— 
2574. 

Kropp (E. C.) co., Milwaukee. 12201 

Busy tourists post card. [Landscape 

with sunset, lake and trees. On right 



diagram containing lettering] © Aug. 
15, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 19 ; K 5764. 

Kunzli bros., ltd., Zurich, Switzerland. 
12202-12212 

Agnes (Sainte) 9021] ; par Adolfo 
Simeone. © Jan. 27, 1928; 1 c. June 

11, 1929 ; K 5967. 

Angelus custos, [Guardian angel, 
9233] ; ab Adolfo Simeone. © Apr. 4, 
1928 ; 1 c. June 11, 1929 ; K 5972, 

Antonius (S.) [St Anthony, 9215]; 
ab Adolfo Simeone. © Jan. 18, 1929 ; 
1 c. June 11 ; K 5974. 

Christus Rex, [Sacred heart of 
Jesus, 7231, 9231] ; a C. Monserrat. © 
Mar. 30, 1926 ; 1 c. each June 11, 1929 ; 
K 5976, 5973. 

Clara (S.) 9236; ab Adolfo Simeone. 
© June 19, 1928 ; 1 c. June 11, 1929 ; 
K 5969. 

Coena Domini, [Last supper, 7234] ; 
a K. Schleibner. © Apr. 25, 1928 ; 1 c. 
June 11, 1929; K 5975. 

S. cor Jesu. [Sacred heart of Jesus, 
9237] ; ab Adolfo Simeone. © Aug. 

12, 1928 ; 1 c. June 11, 1929 ; K 5968. 
Sancta familia, [Holy family, 9235] ; 

ab Adolfo Simeone. © May 21, 1928 ; 

1 c. June 11, 1929; K 5971. 
Teresia (Sancta) a Jesu Infante, 

[St. Teresa of the Child Jesus, 0185, 
9185] ; ab Adolfo Simeone. © Oct. 10, 
27. 1929; 1 c. each June 11. 1929; K 
5966, 5970. 

Kuppenheimer (B.) & co., inc., Chi- 
cago. 12213-12216 

Fashion plate : 

[Architect's office]— [F o o t b a 1 1]— 
[Hockey]— [Library] © Sept. 7, 1929 ; 

2 c. each Aug. 15 ; K 5859-5862. 

Lamar & Whitmore, Nashville. 

12217-12221 

Shetland pony. © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 16; K 5356. 

4 prints : 

Airplane race. — Elijah. — Rebecca. — 
Santa Claus. © June 7, 1929; 2 c. 
each July 16; K 5310-5313. 

Lamoreux (G. W.) Mount Dora, Fla. 

12222 
Homeward Bound. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1929; J O— 3307. 

Larsen (H. E.) Storm Lake, la. 12223 
Cunning smile. © Aug. 30, 1929; 
1 c. Sept. 3 ; 1 c. Sept. 16 ; J 290. 



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Lawrence (Edward James) Geneva, O. 

12224 
Fairy land. © Aug. 6, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 9; J 0—2676. 

Lawrence (John D.) Santa Monica, 
Calif. 12225-12240 

Lawrence steel interlocked typical 
steel frame plan. Blueprint. © Aug. 
16, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 28 ; I 1011. 

Steel interlocked, fireproof, shock re- 
sisting, termite and ratproof, sound 
proof, insulated wall. Blueprint. © 
Aug. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; I 1048. 

Steel interlocked insulating rein- 
forced tile veneer. Blueprint. © Sept. 
23, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 30; I 1105. 

13 blueprints : 

Fireproof insulated partition, 13 ; I 
965. — Lawrence fireproof, shock resist- 
ing, sound resistive, inner wall and 
partition, 11; I 963. — Lawrence sound 
proof, shock resisting, fireproof wall, 
hollow wall — two air spaces, 14; I 
966. — Lawrence steel interlocked, fire- 
proof, shock-resisting, insulated wall, 
5; I 957. — Lawrence truss steel inter- 
locking joist, floor and ceiling, 10; I 
962. — Lawrence truss steel interlocking 
rafters, 6; I 958. — Steel interlocked 
ideal brick wall, 8 ; I 960.— Steel inter- 
locked insulated adobe brick wall, 2 ; 
I 954. — Steel interlocked insulated 
adobe solid brick waU, 12; I 964 — 
Steel interlocked insulated reinforced 
brick, 7 ; I 959. — Steel interlocked insu- 
lated reinforced concrete, 3 ; I 955. — 
Steel interlocked non-bearing partition, 
4; I 956. — [Steel interlocked sound- 
proof double wall, 9] ; I 961. © Aug. 
2, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 10. 

Lawrence (Ralph R.) Brookline, Mass. 

12241 
Water lilies. © July 16, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 26 ; J O— 2510. 

Leavitt (Elizabeth D.) Chicago. 

12242 
[Birthday seal. Two messenger boys 
walking in opposite directions, one 
carrying birthday cake, other carrying 
box] © May 29, 1929; 2 c. June 3; 
K 5785. 

Ledford (Duke E.) Los Angeles, Calif. 

12243 
Passing of the old medicine man. © 
1 c. Sept. 16, 1929; J 0—3267. 

Ledoux (Wilfrid) Omaha, Neb. 12244 
Business cycle barometer. © June 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. July 5 ; I 859. 



Lee (Violet Wongwai) Honolulu. 

12245 

Pineapple project. © May 19, 1929 ; 
2 c. July 23 ; J O— 2490. 
Leviton (Frank C.) Chicago. 12246 

1929 Cubs. © Aug. 30, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 3 ; K 5784. 

Lewis (Edward Dudley) Elmira, N. Y. 

12247 

Automatic chemical feeder for sew- 
age. Blueprint. © 1 c. July 17, 1929 ; 

1 874. 

Lindsey (Ira Frank) Peterborough, 

N. H. 12248-12249 

Smith (Joseph T.) © July 6, 1929 ; 

2 c. July 25; J O— 2507. 
Walbridge (Irene Mclntyre) © 

July 16, 1929 ; 2 c. July 17 ; J O— 2508. 
Lines (Sterling C.) Los Angeles. 

12250 

Graphic study of corner lot evalua- 
tion. Blueprint. © Aug. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 26; I 990. 
Lockwood (Warren J.) New York. 

12251 

Universal star finder. © Aug. 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 24 ; I 987. 
Los Angeles examiner, Los Angeles. 
12252-12256 

Barrymore (Ethel) and Louis Cal- 
hern in the Love duel. © Aug. 4, 
1929; 1 c. Aug. 24; K 5799. 

In the old South. Laura La Plante 
and Joseph Schildkraut, etc. © July 
30, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K 5498. 

Outdoor dining room. © July 20, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K 5682. 

Right in the swim. Robert McWade, 
etc. © July 19, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K 
5497. 

Youth — life's springtime. © July 13, 
1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 6 ; K 5681. 
Lowe (Robert Henry) Los Angeles. 

12257 

Highways of the air. © May 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 27 ; I 898. 
Lumbermens mutual casualty eo., Chi- 
cago. 12258-12260 

Safety bulletin: 

Danger, 39. — Monkey shines, 70. — 
New man, 51. © Aug. 21, 1929; 2 c. 
each Sept. 5; K 5802-5804. 
Lydon (John E.) Seattle. 12261,12262 

Diagnostic chart. (General) sani- 
practic (Female). © May 29, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 16 ; I 1015. 

(Male). © May 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 

Aug. 16 ; I 1014. 



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Maas & Steffin, St. Louis. 12263 

Grim reaper of carelessness. © 
Sept. 20, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 30; K 6020. 

McCleverty (Edna) Los Angeles. 

12264 

Kiss me. © June 14, 1929 ; 1 c. July 
1 ; K 5132. 

McDonald (Chester B.) Benton Har- 
bor, Mich. 12265 
Human body, showing sympathetic 
nervous system, relief depicting a lat- 
eral view of the. ©lc. July 29, 1929 ; 

1 900. 

MacDonald (Pirie) New York. 

12266-12280 
Wooley (Leonard C.) A-C. © Mar. 
19, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 1 ; J O— 2402- 
2404. 

3 photographs: 

Russell (George W.) A, B. — Sitwell 
(Osbert) © June 28, 1929; 2 c. each 
July 1 ; J O— 2399-2401. 

10 photographs : 

Drinkwater (John) A, B. — Erskine 
(John) A, B.— Gary (Judge Elbert) 
A, B.— Gross (Milt) A, B.— Huxley 
(Aldous) A. B. © Jan. 1, 1929; 2 c. 
each July 1 ; J 0—2389-2398. 

MacDonald (William T.) New York. 

12281 
Cosgrave (William T.) © June 28, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; J 0—2388. 

McGee (William Harvey) Los Angeles. 

12282 
Accident^ cost money. © July 22, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 25 ; K 5482. 

McGregor ( Herbert Rutherford ) 
Boothby Harbor, Me. 

12283-12286 

4 photographs: 

Sea gull and cloud ; J 0—2426.— Sea 
gull on the wing; J O — 2425. — Sea 
gull with outstretched wings; J O — 
2424. — Sprucewold lodge showing stone 
pillars; J 0—2423. © July 3, 1929; 

2 c. each July 5. 

Mclntyre (Phyllis Hodgson) Ogden. 
Utah. 12287 

For of such is the kingdom of hea- 
ven. © July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 
250. 

Macklanburg-Duncan co., Oklahoma 

City, Okl. 12288 

Nu-Art numbers, an added touch of 

beauty for your home. © Jan. 15, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 19 ; K 5765. 



McMillan (Frances Lucile) Knoxville, 
Tenn. 12289 

On the bottom of the world. © 1 c. 
Sept. 17, 1929; J O— 3305. 

McMillan (Thomas Henry) Nashville. 

12290 

Faerie Queene. © Aug.. 20, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 3 ; I 1091. 

Magill (Franklin M.) and Weinshei- 
mer (A. J.) doing business as Per- 
fection putting green co., Chicago. 
12291, 12292 

Don't lose your temper and break up 
your ten dollar putter because you 
missed the putt. © Mar. 11, 1929; 
2 c. July 10 ; K 5452. 

Mr. and Mrs. Golfer improving their 
putting game at home. © May 11, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 26 ; K 5453. 

Mangs (George Alvar) Springfield 
Gardens, Long Island, N. Y. 

12293, 12294 
Hontz (Hobo) A, B. © 1 c. each 
July 30, 1929; J 0—2563, 2564. 

Mark (Aris S.) New York. 

12295-12297 

3 charts: 

Cloth calculating chart for finding 
instantly the corresponding prices for 
any width from 25 to 60 in. ; I 1065 — 
Computing chart for obtaining instant- 
ly the annual rate of return on divi- 
dend stocks at various prices ; I 1066. — 
Logarithmic computing chart for find- 
ing weights of cloth in yards per 
pound of various widths; I 1064. © 

1 c. each Sept. 7, 1929. 

Marken & Bielfield, inc., Frederick. Md. 
12298-12302 

Apple blossom time, Shenandoah 
Valley of Virginia, 110. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1929 ; K 5868. 

Frederick, Md., a group of Hood col- 
lege buildings, 83. © Aug. 26, 1927; 

2 c. Sept. 10, 1929 ; K 5864. 

Lee highway and Shenandoah na- 
tional park, Page county, Virginia, 112 
© Dec. 28, 1928 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1929 ; K 
5865. 

New Market, Va., the Hines memo- 
rial Pythian home of Virginia, 106 © 
July 24, 1928; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1929; K 
5867. 

Staunton. Virginia, birthplace of 
Woodrow Wilson, 111. © Dec. 28, 
1928 ; 2 c. Sept. 10, 1929 ; K 5866. 



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no. 3, 1929 



12499 



Marnall steel co., inc., New York. 

32303 

Assembly drawing for three car pit. 
[and] Drainage plan. 2 sheets, blue- 
prints. © June 1, 1928 ; 2 c. Sept. 1 ; I 
15476. 

Marshall (Bernice) New York. 32304 
Pourquoi pas? © June 20, 1929; 
2 c. June 21 : K 5166. 

Martin (Orrin A.) San Francisco. 

12305 

World's series. © Sept. 4, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 9 ; K 6012. 

Masonic history co., Chicago. 12306 
Freemasonry, encyclopedia. © 1 c. 
July 3, 1929 ; J 0—2421. 

Mather & co., Chicago. 12307, 12308 
Dominion day, 76. © Sept. 16, 

1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 21 ; K 5962. 
Our empire, 74. © Sept. 16, 1929; 

2 c. Sept. 21 ; K 5963. 

Maul (A. R.) & co., Minneapolis. 

12309 J 2310 

[Lithographed stock certificate 
blank horizontal bar vignette, top cen- 
ter, three columns figures 1 to in 
right hand border, circle vignette 
lower left hand corner, brown border] 
© July 25, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 12 ; K 5568. 

[No. 102, eagle vignette, 3 col- 
umns figures 1-0 in right hand border, 
circle vignette lower left hand coiner, 
brown border] © July 25, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 10 ; K 5552. 

Maurer (John S.) Chicago. 

12311-12316 

Doughregan. © Aug. 8, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 12; J 256. 

Gunston Hall: 

Gardens. — Hedge fence . — H edge 
walk. — Terrace garden, A, B. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 12, 1929 ; J 0—2818-2822. 

Mead (Stanley J.) Ida Grove, la. 

12317 
Scenes from the Jackson Hole coun- 
try and the new Grand Teton National 
Park. (In The Pepper Pot) © Aug. 
15, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 19 ; K 5665. 

Memorial burial park Corp., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 12318 

Memorial burial park. [Blueprint] 
© June 29, 1929 ; 2 c. July 2 ; I 812. 

Mendle printing co., St. Louis. 12319 
[Postal design, 308] © Aug. 1, 
1929; 2 c. Sept. 27; K 6017. 



Merchants pub. co., Kalamazoo, Mich. 
12320-12335 

16 prints : 

[Anxious moment] — [Around the 
campfire] — [Blossom queen.] — [Dawn 
mist falls] — [Exclusive] — [Good morn- 
ing] — [I wonder, are they looking for 
me?] — [Little Chief mountain] — [Lit- 
tle Quaker] — [Milk baby] — [Nobody 
like mother] — [Old Oregon trail] — 
[Our future home] — [Pals] — [Wilder- 
ness rose] — [You rascal] © Dec. 26, 
1928 ; 2 c. each July 3, 1929 ; K 5287- 
5302. 

Merk (H. Richard) Seattle. 12336 

Merkette portrait. © June 20, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 2 ; J 0—2417. 

Merwin (Lewis J.) Negaunee, Mich. 

12337 
Negaunee, Michigan, air view. © 
July 10, 1929 ; 2 c. July 13 ; J 200. 

Metcalf studio, Harrisburg, 111. 12338 
Harrisburg, 111., 8th grade graduates, 
May 30th. 1929. © May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. 
June 3; J 0—1906. 

Metropolitan importing & mfg. co., 
New York. 12339-12354 

6 prints: 

[Charleston, S. C, in 1739, view of] ; 
K 5688. — [First railroad train in 
America] ; K 5690. — [Mississippi River 
in 1860, scene on] ; K 5692.— [New Am- 
sterdam in 1650] ; K 5689.— [New York 
(City) Broadway in 1853] ; K 5691.— 
[Pride of the American merchant ma- 
rine in the Fifties] ; K 5693. © Aug. 
10, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 12. 

10 prints: 

[Mt. Vernon, Va., Washington's 
home, 1502] ; K 5585.— [New York pub- 
lic library, 1508] ; K 5582.— [North and 
South Poles, 1551] ; K 5584.— Original 
thirteen colonies, 1553; K 5586 — 
[Principal aviation feats, 1927-8, A. D., 
1554] ; K 5580.— [Products of the 
United States, 1556] ; K 5587.— [Sea- 
sons & signs of the zodiac, 1550] ; K 
5581. — [Sir Francis Drake's voyage] 
1577, A. D., 1552; K 5579.— Some dis- 
coverers of the New World, [1000- 
1534 A. D., 1555] ; K 5588.— [White 
House] ; K 5583. © Aug. 10, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 12. 

Metropolitan newspaper service, New 
York. 12355-12499 

Ella Cinders. 1929. © Daily: 
June 16-30; 1 c. each July 11; K 

5234, 5237 5239, 5241, 5243, 5245, 5247, 

5235, 5249, 5251, 5253, 5255, 5257, 5259, 
5236.— July 1-15; 1 c. each July 27; 
K 5393, 5395, 5397, 5399, 5401, 5403, 



231 



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12500 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



5391, 5405, 5407, 

5392, 5417.— July 
14 ; K 5627, 6529, 
5637, 5639, 5641, 
5626, 5651, 5653.- 
Aug. 23 ; K 5718, 
5726, 5728, 5730, 
5738, 5740, 5742.- 
each Sept. 5 ; K 
5830, 5832, 5834, 
5842, 5844, 5846, 



5409, 5411, 5413, 5415, 
16-31 ; 1 c. each Aug. 
5631, 5633, 5635, 5625, 
5643, 5645, 5647, 5649, 
—Aug. 1-15; 1 c. each 
5720, 5722, 5716, 5724, 
5732, 5734, 5717, 5736, 
-Aug. 16-Sept. 1 ; 1 c. 
5824, 5826, 5821, 5828, 
5836, 5838, 5822, 5840, 
5848, 5850, 5823. 



Good Time Guy. 1929. © Daily: 
June 17-22, 24-29 ; 1 c. each July 11 ; 
K 5238, 5240, 5242, 5244, 5246, 5248, 
5250. 5252, 5254, 5256, 5258, 5260.— 
July 1-6, 8-13, 15 ; 1 c. each ; K 5394, 
5396, 5398, 5400, 5402, 5404, 5406, 5408, 
5410. 5412, 5414, 5416, 5418.— July 16- 
20, 22-27, 29-31 ; 1 c. Aug. 14 ; K 5628. 
5630, 5632, 5634, 5636, 5638, 5640, 5642, 
5644, 5646, 5648, 5650, 5652, 5654.— 
Aug. 1-3, 5-10, 12-15 ; 1 c. Aug. 23 ; K 
5719, 5721, 5723, 5725, 5727, 5729. 5731, 
5733, 5735, 5737, 5739, 5741, 5743.— 
Aug. 16-17, 19-24, 26-31; 1 c. each 
Sept. 5 ; K 5825, 5827, 5829, 5831, 5833, 
5835, 5837, 5839, 5841, 5843, 5845, 5847, 
5849, 5851. 

Meyer (J. Frank) doing business as 
Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 

12500-12531 

[Dead shots] : 

Acord (Art) 25. — Arbuckle (Roscoe 
Fatty) 28.— Arlen (Richard) 26.— 
Barton (Buzz) 12— Buffalo Bill, jr., 
11.— Carey (Harry) 10.— Chandler 
(Lane) 24.— Coleman ( Don) 15.— Cur- 
wood (Bob) 14. — Dougherty (Jack) 
13. — Desmond (William) 6. — Donovan 
(Jack) 20.— Gibson (Hoot) 2.— Hart 
(William S.) 1.— Hiers (Walter) 5.— 
Holt (Jack) 23.— House (Newton) 18.— 
Hoxie (Jack) 30.— Jones (Buck) 17 — 
Luden (Jack) 8.— McDonald (Wal- 
lace) 4. — Maloney (Leo) 16. — May- 
nard (Ken) 29.— Mix (Tom) 32.— Mor- 
rison (Pete) 27.— Padjan (Jack) 22.— 
Reeves (Bob) 7. — Rooseveldt (Buddy) 
3. — Steele ( Bob ) 31. — Thompson 
(Fred) 21.— Tyler (Tom) 19.— Wales 
( Wally) 9. © Dec. 20, 1928 ; 2 c. each 
Dec. 31 ; K 4284-4315. 

Meyercord co., Chicago. 12532-12541 
[Beach vamp] © July 10, 1929; 2 
c. July 27; K 5382. 

[Flora designs, A. B] © July 1, 
3929; 2 c. July 27; K 5383. 

[Juvenile apple blossom set] © 
Sept. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 30 ; K 6039. 

[Juvenile rose set] © Sept. 12, 
1929; 2 c. Sept. 30; K 6038. 



3 prints: 

[Boy and dog] — [Gar den ess] — 
[Snowman] © Dec. 20, 1927; 2 c. 
each Aug. 19, 1929; K 5666-5668, 

3 prints : 

[Brooklyn designs, A, B.] — [Geneva 
designs. A, B] — [Westrate designs, A,. 
B] © June 18, 1929; 2 c. each July 
27 ; K 5384-5386. 

Middleton (Wayne) Galveston, Tex. 

12542' 
Chart for determining field mix of 
concrete. © June 20, 1929; 2 c. June 
24; I 866. 

Miller (Charles R.) Philadelphia. 

12543 
Sorry I missed you. © June 24,. 
1929; 2 c. July 20; K 5348. 

Miller (Chester Raymond) Fairport, 
New York. 12544 

Lucky breaks. © Sept. 26, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Sept. 27 ; K 6016, 

Missouri vocational agriculture teach- 
ers assn., Columbia, Mo. 12545 
Missouri vocational agriculture. © 
June 20, 1929; 2 c. July 5; J 193. 

Mitchell fashion co., inc., New York. 

12546 
Mitchell fashions. American furrier 
season, 1929-1930. © July 31, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 9 ; K 5780. 

Modern art craft, New York. 12547 
Triangular display units, plate 1. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. June 26, 1929; I 
802. 

Moeller (Ludwig) Luebeck, Germany. 

12548 

[Blumenpracht] von Wolf Rohricht. 

© Sept. 1, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 30 ; K 5801. 

Mohr (Paul) Chillicothe, O. 12549 
Hunter (Dard) © Aug. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 14 ; J O— 3240. 

Monroe calculating machine co., inc., 
Orange, N. J. 12550-12557 

Alibi Ike. 1929. © : 

June 24 ; 2 c. July 2 ; K 5139.— July 
17 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; K 5519.— July 26 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 8 ; K 5518.— Aug. 9 ; 2 c. Aug. 20 ; 
K 5669.— Aug. 19; 2 c. Aug. 30; K 
5774.— Aug. 23 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; K 5776.— 
Aug. 27 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; K 5775.— Sept. 
10 ; 2 c. Sept. 19 ; K 5950. 

Moore (Jessie Eleanor) New York. 

12558-12560 

Beginners' course, part 5: 

Animal crackers, scrap-book cover 
designs, candlestick, newspaper 



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no. 3, 1929 



12593, 



aprons. — Patterns of autumn leaves, 
bean-bag board, needle-book. — Patterns 
of Thanksgiving fruits and vegetables, 
button-mold top, Christmas tree in 
jardiniere. © Aug. 9, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 7 ; K 5538-5540. 

Morehouse (G. G.) Owatonna, Minn. 

12561 

Owatonna, Minn., the city of oppor- 
tunities. © July 18, 1929; 2 c. July 
22; J 0—2489. 

Morris (Claude W.) Chicago. 

12562-12572 

11 photographs: 

Arthur avenue from North Talman 
avenue, view west on, 1916. — Devon 
avenue at North Fairfield avenue look- 
ing northeast, view on, 1916. — Devon 
avenue from North California avenue, 
view east on, 1916. — Devon avenue 
from Western avenue, view east on, 
1919. — Devon avenue just west of 
North Rockwell street, view east on, 
1916. — Devon avenue toward Western 
avenue, view west on, 1916. — North 
California avenue from Devon avenue, 
view on, 1916. — North Fairfield avenue 
from Devon avenue, view south on, 
1919. — North Rockwell street on Devon 
avenue, view north on, 1919. — North- 
west from Washtenaw and Arthur ave- 
nues, view, 1916. — Northwest from 3rd 
floor 6418 Rockwell street, view, 1919. 
© Aug. 1, 1929 : 1 c. each Aug. 2, 1 c. 
each Aug. 29 ; J O— 3092-3102. 

Moulin (Gabriel) San Francisco. 

12573, 12574 

Oakland, Calif., from the foot hills. 
© June 29, 1929 ; 2 c. July 12 ; J 199. 

San Francisco, Calif., from Twin 
Peaks, Aug. 1, 1929. © Aug. 1, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 14 ; J 0—2824. 

Municipal sanitary service corp., New 
York. 12575 

Proposed sewage treatment & dis- 
posal works for the city of Toledo, O., 
8 sheets, blueprints. © June 25, 1929 ; 
2 c. June 25 ; I 867. 

Murphy (Christopher) jr., Savannah, 
Ga. 12576 

Interesting places in historic Savan- 
nah, Georgia. © Sept. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 19 ; K 5931. 

Mutual production co., Pasadena. 

12577 
It's mutual. [Circus design] © 
Aug. 1, 1928; 2 c. June 10, 1929; K 
5232. 



co., inc., San 

12578 



National broadcastin 
Francisco. 
Spotty. Sincerely, Billy Page. © 
July 8, 1929 ; 2 c. July 22 ; J 218. 



National marking machine co., Cincin- 
nati. 12579-12584 

Conveyor and slide layout, Nu-Way 
laundry, Miami, Florida, dwg. 52329.. 
Blueprint. 1 c. Aug. 9, 1929 ; I 947. 

Conveyor layout, for the New meth- 
od cleaners, of Denver, Colorado, dwg.. 
52334. Blueprint. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1929 ; 
I 948. 

West End laundry, Cleveland, 

Ohio, dwg. 52312. Blueprint. © 1 c. 
Aug. 8, 1929 ; I 945. 

Yonkers family laundry, Yon- 

kers, N. Y., 2nd floor. Dwg. 5235-7. 
3 sheets, Blueprint. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1929; I 1044. 

Overhead conveyor layout and car- 
riers, Acme laundry, El Paso, Tex., 
52371. Blueprint. [1, 2] © 1 c. Sept 
21, Sept. 28, 1929 ; I 1080, 1101. 



National tool co.. Cleveland. 



12585 



Gee most all my friends are away 
on vacations, and here I am working 
every day. It's a tough life. © Aug. 
1, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 19 ; K 5797. 

National tuberculosis assn., New York. 
12586-12590 

Tuberculosis landmarks of progress. 
© Aug. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5557. 

4 prints : 

Kewpies eating; K 5711. — Kewpies 
fun and sun ; K 5712. — Kewpies sleep- 
ing; K 5710. — Kewpies tidying; K 
5709. © Aug. 23, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 
24. 

Needham (Wortley M.) Burlington, 
Vt. 12591 

Joseph's (St.) church. © July 15, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 17 ; J 0—2474. 

New Bedford board of commerce, New 
Bedford, Mass. 12592: 

Hanlon (Julia) 64 years in one cot- 
ton mill. @ Aug. 16, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
19; J 0—2864. 

New York stock exchange, New York. 

12593 

New York (City) New York stock, 
exchange building. New street side. 
© Aug. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 8 ; J 251. 



233 



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12594 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Newspaper feature service, inc., New 
York. 12594-12621 

Dumb Dora. 1929. © Weekly : 

Apr. 21 ; 1 c. Apr. 26 ; K 5168.— June 
2-30 ; 1 c. each June 5- July 3 ; K 5154- 
5158.— July 7-28; 1 c. each July 10- 
31 ; K 5533-5536.— Aug. 4-25 ; 1 c. each 
Aug. 8-30; K 5817-5820. 

Polly and her pals. 1929. © Week- 
ly: 

June 2-30 ; 1 c. each June 5- July 3 ; 
K 5159-5163.— Apr. 21 ; 1 c. Apr. 26; 
K 5167.— July 7-28 ; 1 c. each July 10- 
31 ; K 5529-5532.— Aug. 4-25 ; 1 c. each 
Aug. 8-30; K 5813-5816. 

Nichols (Ruth Alexander) Westfield, 
N. J. 12622 

Lucille's doll. © Aug. 6. 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 7 ; K 5541. 

Oakite products, inc., New York. 

12623 
Oakite portable vapor cleaning 
equipment, dwg., D124. Blueprint. © 
June 27, 1929 ; 2 c. July 18 ; I 875. 

O'Brien (Richard J.) Chicago. 

12624, 12625 

Kinetic energy diagram. For read- 
ily determining energy value for plot- 
ting against car buffer capacities. © 
May 10, 1929 f 2 c. Aug. 1; I 918. 

Draft gear capacities. © May 

10, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 1 ; I 919. 

Ohio farm bureau corp., Columbus, O. 

12626 
Ohio farm bureau corporation — In 
business to make money for the farm- 
er. © Aug. 1, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 30; K 
6013. 

Olendzki (Kazimierz) Chicago. 

12627, 12628 

Krol Pokoju. © July 8, 1929; 2 c. 
July 15 ; K 5375. 

Krolowa Pokoju. © July 8, 1929; 
2 c. July 15 ; K 5376. 

Olsson (Carl) Little Rock, Ark. 

12629, 12630 

Highway bridge under construction, 
Fulton, Ark. © Sept. 9, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 16 ; J 287. 

Red River at Fulton, Ark. © Sept. 
9, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 10 ; J 286. 

O'Meara (Denis Henry) Detroit. 

12631-12633 
Bull's-eye lens hinged on the end of 
a hand flash light to magnify in an 
open and in a closed position. Blue- 
print. © Sept. 5, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 9; 
I 1090. 



Grooved rubber ball squeezed into 
the edge opening of an auto bumper 
and protecting therefrom as a shock 
absorber. Blueprint. © 1 c. July 23, 
1929 ; I 884. 

Spare lens mounted in the wind- 
shield of an auto for long distance 
vision shown in three embodiments of 
the idea. Blueprint. © 1 c. July 23, 
1929 ; I 885. 

Oppenheim (Julius M.) Boston. 

12634 

Vanderbilt (Senator W. H.) of New- 
port, R. I. © Aug. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 
15; J 0—2834. 

Osborne co., Newark, N. J. 

12635, 12636 

Sistine Madonna. © July 15, 1929; 
2 c. July 25 ; K 5372. 

When spring comes back to Nor- 
mandy. © Aug. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; 
K 5777. 

Otis elevator co., New York. 

12637-12644 

Otis machine: 

Direct current motor, form A (526, 
546-548) (6-29) ; K 2616, 5611, 5617, 
5618. — Internal resistance induction 
motor single speed, form A 542 (6-29) ; 
K 5612. — Internal resistance induction 
motor, two speed, form A (543-545) 
(6-29) ; K 5613-5615, © July 30, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 13. 

Pacific & Atlantic photos, inc., New 
York. 12645-12653 

Bremen, North German Lloyd steam- 
er, arriving at New York harbor, July 
22, 1929, 205401, 205406. © July 23, 
1929 ; 2 c. each July 24 ; J 235, 236. 

Burning of James A. Stillman's 
yacht, Wenonah II, at Hempstead Har- 
bor, L. L, July 16, 1929, 204927-204949. 
© July 17, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 19 ; J 
215-217. 

Lifeboat of German steamer Quimis- 
tan as it reached S. S. President Har- 
rison, after two days in heavy seas, 
207006, © Aug. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug 26 ; 
J 276. 

3 photographs : 

All that was left of the cabinet, cane 
chair, chemical, and machine shops, 
205964; J 249. — Auburn prison, burn- 
ing, excellent air view of, shows fire- 
men at right, 205951; J 248.— Auburn 
state prison, view of fire-gutted inte- 
rior, 205938; J 247. © July 30, 1929; 
2 c. each Aug. 1. 



234 



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no. 3, 1929 



12697 



Packer mfg. co., inc., New York. 12654 

Packer's rapid profit calculator 
chart. © July 15, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 9; 

1 946. 

Paragon co., New Bedford, Mass. 

12655 

Whaleman. New Bedford. © July 

24, 1929 ; 2 c. July 25 ; K 5373. 

Paramount famous Lasky corp., New 
York. 12656-12671 

8 photographs : 

Barrier has broken; J 207. — Come 
on over; J 208. — End of an attempted 
rescue in the Antarctic ; J 209. — Epi- 
sode in the life of an Antarctic adven- 
turer ; J 206.— Man overboard ; J 210.— 
Rescuer awaits rescue; J 211. — Saved 
from an icy plunge; J 212. — Victor in 
battle for life ; J 213. © July 9, 1929 ; 

2 c. each July 15. 

8 photographs : 

Celebrating Christmas below tht 
Antarctic circle. Commander Richard 
E. Byrd cutting the cake, etc. — Com- 
mander digs in. James A. Feury, a 
member of the Byrd Antarctic expedi- 
tion, watching Commander Byrd, 
etc. — Fast Antarctic freight. — Food for 
the long winter. — King of the kitchen. 
Arthur B. Creagh, cook with the Byrd 
Antarctic expedition. — News from 
home. — They came and got it. — Where 
King Winter is now reigning. © Aug. 

25, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 24 ; J 268-275 

Parker (Henry Baxter) Milwaukee. 

12672 

Pitch of musical instruments. © 
Aug. 26, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; I 1049. 

Parker bros., inc., Salem, Mass. 12673 

United States air mail game. © 
June 24, 1929 ; 2 c. July 3 ; K 5231. 

Parrack (V. R.) Raleigh, N. C. 

12674, 12675 

Distribution line voltage drop chart. 
© July 12, 1929'; 2 c. Aug. 12; I 950. 

Transmission line voltage drop 
chart. © July 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug 12 ; 

1 951. 

Pati (Mauro G.) Los Angeles. 12676 
Easter sunrise. © 1 c. July 2, 1929 ; 
J 0—2415. 

Patteson (Harvey) San Antonio. 

12677 
Majestic theatre. © June 27, 1929; 

2 c. July 1 ; J 0—2385. 



Pearl (James W.) Chicago. 12678 

Thrust governor for centrifugal 
pumps. Blueprint. © July 15, 1929; 
2 c. July 22 ; I 882. 

Peoples (Merrill) Manhattan Beach, 

Or. 12679, 12680 

Glenesslin (Ship) A, B. © July 23, 

1929; 2 c. each July 29; J 0—2524, 

2525. 

Perbal (Albert Charles) St. Louis. 

12681 
Stirrup table. © Aug. 20, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 28 ; I 1010. 

Perkins & Kratzert, St. Paul. 

12682, 12683 

Masonic monument, 1068. © 1 c. 
Aug. 9, 1929 ; I 1022. 

Rockford, 111., Masonic monument in 
Arlington memorial park, plans for, 
1183. Blueprint. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1929 ; 
I 1023. 

Petroleum engineering, inc., Tulsa, Okl. 
12684-12696 

Heat exchanger rectifier. DS-6. 
Blueprint. © Sept. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 
20 ; I 1069. 

Reflux condenser, 32 in. x 4 ft. DS- 
7. Blueprint. © Sept. 3, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept, 20 ; I 1074. 

Reflux vapor separator, 24 x 96 in., 
plan and details. CS-1, sheet 1. Blue- 
print. © Sept. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 20 ; 

1 1073. 

3 blueprints : 

Rectifier column, 36 in., shell details. 
DS-4-1, sheet 1 ; I 1070.— Rectifier col- 
umn, 36 in., tray details. DS 4, sheet 

2 ; I 1072.— 48 in. reboiler and supports, 
plan and details. DS-5, sheet 1 ; I 
1071. © Sept. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 
20. 

7 blueprints : 

Bubble cap assembly 72 in. absorber, 
DS-2, sheet 5; I 1056.— Bubble cap 
standard-cast iron, details, DS 1-102; 
I 1050. — Bubble cap tray, details — 72 
in. standard, DS-2, sheet 2 ; I 1053.— 
Shell assembly of tray support angles 
and weirs for 72 in. absorber,* DS-2, 
sheet 4; I 1055. — Tray layout for 72 
in. absorber, DS-2, sheet 1; I 1051.— 
Tray supports, 72 in. absorber, detail, 
DS-2, sheet 3 ; I 1054.— 72 in. absorber 
for 75 in. working press, DS-3, sheet 
1 ; I 1052. © Aug. 28, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Aug. 31. 

Phi Upsilon fraternity, Newark, N. J. 

12697 
Phi Upsilon fraternity, emblem of 
© 1 c. July 24, 1929 ; J O— 2506. 



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12698 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Pi kappa phi fraternity, Evanston, 111. 

12698 

[Coat of arms of Pi kappa phi fra- 
ternity] © July 26, 1929; 2 c. June 
3; K 5514. 

Pierce (C. C.) & co., Los Angeles. 

12699-12724 

North from Hollywood club, 8015. 
© July 13, 1929 ; 2 c. July 17 ; J O— 
2674. 

San Fernando valley, 8025. © July 
22, 1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; J 0—2521. 

Santa Monica Canyon: 

And Sunset boulevard, 8023; J O— 
2518.— East of, 8024; J 0—2520.— 
North acrost [!] 8027; J 0—2519.— 
Northwest, 8022; J 0—2517. © July 
22, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 26. 

5 photographs: 

Hollywood from head of Orange 
street, 8018; J 0—2569.— North from 
Carlton Way and Van Ness Avenue, 
8019; J O— 2570.— Northwest from 
Barnsdall park, 8017 ; J 0—2568.— San 
Gabriel valley, 8009; J 0—2567.— 
Santa Monica Canyon, north, 8021 ; 
J 0—2571. © July 29, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
July 24. 

6 photographs : 

Beverly Hills, 8020.— East from 
Third and Grand, 8008.— North from 
Twentieth and Broadway, 8004. — 
Roosevelt hotel, from, 8016.— San Pe- 
dro harbor, 8013. — Terminal Island, 
8014. © July 13, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 
17; J 0—2477-2482. 

9 photographs : 

Hollywood from Look Out, 8001; 
JO — 2408. — Hollywood, southwest 
from Franklyn and Western Avenue, 
8010; J 0—2414.— Hope and Eighth, 
8006; J O— 2409.— Los Angeles from 
a balloon, 8006; J O— 2407.— Los An- 
geles from Fourth and Grand, 8002, 
8007; J 0—2412, 2411.— North from 
Hotel Hollywood, 8000; J O— 2405.— 
North- from Olive Hill, 8011; J O— 
2413.— Sixth and Broadway, 8005; J 
O— 2406.— South from Look Out Moun- 
tain, 8012; J O— 2410. © June 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. each June 29. 

Pierrot dress makers, New York. 

12725, 12726 

[Fox and the cheese] © June 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 5360. 

[Tortoise and the hare] © June 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 5361. 



Pittsburgh sun-telegraph, Pittsburgh. 
12727-12737 

Bell (John A.) eating his breakfast 
today. © July 25, 1929 ; 1 c. July 27 ; 
K 5388. 

Leaving hospital, his first free 

moment. © July 25, 1929; 1 c. July 
27 ; K 5389. 

Chester (Prosecutor) and Dr. Snook 
examining compact on witness stand. 
Was this Theora Hix's, Doctor? © 
Aug. 10, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 15 ; K 5622, 

Franks (Ellen) To sue Clara's man. 
© Aug. 7, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 10 ; K 5551. 

Ice water in court. Victor Stanton, 
handy fellow about Columbus court- 
house, etc. © July 28, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 
2 ; K 5484. 

Pittsburgh dancer, etc.. Ellen 
Franks. © Aug. 11, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 
15; K 5623. 

Ricketts (Helen) and her dog, Ben- 
nie. Kidnaping threatened. © July 
30, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 2; K 5486, 

Snook (Dr.) slumped disinterestedly 
in courtroom chair. Snook as he ap- 
peared in illness. © July 31, 1929 ; 
1 c. Aug. 3 ; K 5494. 

Snook (Dr. James H.) ill during 
his trial for co-ed's murder, conferring 
with counsel. Dr. Snook lolling in 
beach chair in court. © Aug. 5, 1929 ; 

1 c. Aug. 7 ; K 5511. 

Pictured on bridge of sighs. © 

July 26, 1929 ; 1 c. July 27 ; K 5390. 

University professor. © July 

28, 1929 ; 1 c. Aug. 2 ; K 5485. 

Piatt & Munk co., inc., New York. 

12738 
Jolly box of animal stories [Cover 
design, 2800A] © June 13, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 15 ; K 5621. 

Posey (Alfred W.) Ventura, Calif. 

12739 
At your command. © July 6, 1929; 

2 c. Aug. 2 ; K 5493. 

Post express printing co., Rochester, 
N. Y. 12740 

[Lilium rubrum magnificum] © 
July 19, 1929 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 5359. 

Pote (Winston Henry) Swampscott, 
Mass. 12741, 12742 

Washington, D. C, from the air. © 
May 20, 1929 ; 2 c. May 23 ; J 0—2443. 

U. S. Capitol, east side, from 

the air. © May 20, 1929; 2 c. May 
23 ; J 0—2444. 



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no. 3, 1929 



12790 



Pratt & Florea, inc.. New York. 

12743, 12744 

Lopez (Vincent) and his orchestra. 
Famous radio broadcasters. © July 
3, 1929; 2 c. July 5; K 5304. 

Vallee (Rudy) and his Connecticut 
Yankees. Famous radio broadcasters. 
© July 3. 1929 ; 2 c. July 5 ; K 5303. 

Providence lithograph co., Providence, 
R. I. 12745-12761 

3 prints: 

Christian home in a modern world ; 
K 5332. — Higher patriotism ; K 5334.— 
True peace that God gives; K 5333. 
© July 16, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 18. 

5 prints : 

First home. — God the maker of all 
things. — God's gift of Jesus. — Review: 
Stories retold. [Children and Christ- 
mas tree] — Thanking God for his good 
gifts. © July 19, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 
1 : K 5455-5459. 

9 prints : 

Baby Jesus in the manger ; K 5339. — 
Finding the baby Moses ; K 5343. — 
God's promise in the sky; K 5341. — 
Going marketing; K 5336. — Helping to 
pick the fruit ; K 5335.— In the begin- 
ning ; K 5338.— Nut crackers; K 
5342.— One of God's good gifts; K 
5337. — Talking to the Heavenly 
Father : K 5340. © July 17, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each July 18. 

Purssell {John V. T.) Point Independ- 
ence, Mass. 12762 
[Hurricane] © June 16, 1929; 2 c. 
July 17; K 5309. 

Raba (Joe) Uvalde, Tex. 12763 

Cattle watering. Pablo pasture. 
Scene on Vanham and West Ranch. 
© July 7, 1929 ; 2 c. July 11 ; J 197. 

Railway fire protection assn., New 
York. 12764 

Don't burn up your job. © Aug. 20, 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 22; K 5789. 

Rainbow extension corp., Boston. 

12765. 12766 

Get in step with the rainbow. © 
June 20, 1929 ; 2 c. June 27 ; K 5515. 

Loan rainbow money to your friends. 
© June 20. 1929 ; 2 c. June 27 ; K 5516. 

Ranson (Robert) St. Augustine, Fla. 

12767 
Menendez de Aviles (Pedro) facsim- 
ile of the coffin. © July 10, 1929 ; 1 c. 
Aug. 1; 1 c. July 13; J 246. 



Ream (Glen O.) Albuquerque, N. M 

12768 
Little first Americans. © Aug. 21, 
1929; 1 c. Sept. 27; K 6017. 

Redman (Lee F.) Detroit. 12769 

Ewald (Henry T.) © July 24, 
1929; 2 c. July 26; J 0—2511. 

Regnier (E. C.) Denver. 12770 

Sunset cottagge camps. © July 13, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 16 ; K 5440. 

Reilly (Frank C.) New York. 12771 
[Dickens (Charles)] © June 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 6 ; K 5221. 

Reinle (Frederick P.) Oakland, Calif. 

12772 
American Indian chief. © 1 c. Aug. 
19, 1929 ; J 0—2868. 

Rembrandt studios, inc.. Pittsburgh. 

12773, 12774 

Ollendorff watches. Wesley Eddy 

model, 629108 (A, B) © June 22, 

1929 ; 1 c. each Aug. 3 ; 1 c. each and 

aff. June 26; J 0—2665, 2666. 

Remington arms co., New York. 12775 
Tribute to a dog. © July 15, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 17 ; K 5659. 

Rempes (Harry Williarn) Greensburg, 
Pa. 12776 

Westmoreland County court house. 
© June 24, 1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; J 190. 

Republic flow meters co., Chicago. 

12777-12785 

Republic flow meters co. chart, 6- 
800. 56-015, 56-2525. © July 27, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 1; I 915-917. 

Charts 53-820900, 6-7, 6-70, 

6-150, 6-1200. 53-8205. © Sept. 25, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 27 ; I 1094-1099. 

Reuterdahl (Arvid) St. Paul. 

12786-12789 

4 drawings: 

Deflection of light in an infinite 
gravitational field. Plate 5, fig. 11 ; 
I 888.— Deflection of light in sun's 
gravitational field. Plate 4, fig. 9; I 
887. — Velocity and distance equations 
for the motion of a particle in a vari- 
able gravitational field. Plate 6 ; I 
889. — Velocity equation in terms of a 
summation coefficient. Plate 7 ; I 890. 
© 1 c. each July 24, 1929. 

Reyes (P. V.) Avalon, Calif. 12790 
Avalon casino. © July 11, 1929; 2 
c. July 19; J 0—2487. 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



12791 



pt.iv,.n. s., v. 24V 



Ricci (Godfrey M.) Perth Amboy, 
N. J. 12791 

[10 story bank & office building for 
Tomsig realty co., inc., of Perth Am- 
boy, N. J., design of plans & perspec- 
tive of] © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1929 ; I 1058. 

Richer (Isaac Newton) Los Angeles. 

12792 
[Richer spinal chart] © 1 c. June 
10, 1929; I 864. 

Ricker (Harry C.) Baltimore. 

12793, 12794 
Motion camera time lapse apparatus, 
1.2. © 1 c. each Aug. 16, 1929 ; J O— 
2843, 2844. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) New York. 

12795 
Gloversville, N. Y., Jewish commu- 
nity center of Fulton Co. © Sept. 10, 
1929; 2 e. Sept. 12; I 1045. 

Rippey (Charles W.) Washington. 

12796 
Students slide rule. © Aug. 6, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 6 ; I 933. 

Risem (A.) Bismarck, N. D. 12797 
Red Tomahawk. © June 14, 1929: 
2 c. June 17; J 0—2422. 

Robbins (John Williams) Boston. 

12798 
[Boston sunset] © July 1, 1929; 2 
c. July 23; K 5656. 

Robinson (Cecil S.) Ithaca, N. Y. 

12799-12801 

3 photographs : 

Cabin plane of Ithaca flying service 
ever Cayuga Heights; J 0—3313 — 
Ithaca. N. Y. and Cayuga Lake; J O — 
3312.— Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell Quad- 
rangle and Dormitories ; J O — 3314. 
© Sept. 7, 1929; 2 c. each Sept. 20. 

Rochon (Rodolph Joseph) New York. 
12802, 12803 

From Santa Claus. [Santa Claus 
envelope] © June 10. 1929 ; 2 c. June 
23; K 5362. 

From the workshop of Santa Claus. 
[Santa Claus letterhead] © June 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 23 ; K 5363. 

Roerich museum, New York. 12804 

Lamayura, Tibet, detail. (In Lit- 
erary Digest, Aug. 3, 1929) © Aug. 
1, 1929; 1 c. Aug. 15; K 5624. 

Rogers timely printing service, Quincy, 
Mass. 12805-12807 

3 prints: 

Go — stop. For sale. — Key to inde- 
pendence. For sale. — For rent. Just 



the home for newlyweds.. © June L 
1929; 2 c. each Sept. 18;. K 5932-5934. 

Rolle (John B.) Chicago. 12808 

[Sixteen alchemitons, scientifically 
arranged according to the metaphor 
system of color, number and lan- 
guages.] © 1 c. July 15, 1929; I 582,. 

Rollins (Leonard Eugene) Detroit. 

12809 
Psychrometric chart. Blueprint. © 

1 c. Aug. 2, 1929 : I 925. 

Rosenfeld (Morris) New York. 

12810-12814 

Atlantic (Ship) (36936, 36399, 36401, 

36416, 36423 )-F. © Sept. 15, 1929; 

2 c. each Sept. 14; J 0—3241-3245. 

Roots (P. H. & F. M.) co., Conners- 
ville, Ind. 12815-12819 

Metergraph. No. 2 Roots meter 
chart, 898192. © July 10, 1929; 2 c 
July 12 ; I 823. 

No. 5 Roots meter chart, 898193.. 

© July 10, 1929; 2 c. July 12; I 822. 

No. 12% Roots meter chart,. 

898194. © July 10, 1929; 2 c. Julv 
12 ; I 824. 

No. 100 Roots meter, chart. 

898188. © July 10, 1929; 2 c. July 
12 ; I 821. 

No. 100 Roots meter, chart.. 

898188. © Sept. 18, 1929; 2 c. Sept.. 
23 ; I 1083. 

Rugh (Ralph) St. Louis. 12820-12824t 

5 photographs: 

Catching up. — Nose and neck. — 
Rounding the bend. — Spirit of air-rail: 
transportation. — Straightening out. © 
July 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 19 ; J O— 
2526-2530. 

Sandrian (Peter N.) Morristown, N. J. 

12825 
Washington (George) by Gilbert 
Stuart. © July 30, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 7; 
J 0—2653. 

Santway (Alfred W.) Watertowm 
N. Y. .12826-12828 

3 photographs : 

Indian wigwam. Huron indians,. 
Thousand Islands; J O— 3310.— Pizen 
Wood Bill scalped by Huron Indians, 
1800; J O— 3308.— Roosevelt (Gov.) 
turning the first shovel of earth, start- 
ing work on the Whiteface Mountain 
memorial road, Wilmington. Sept. 11, 
1929 ; J O— 3309. © 1 c. each Sept. 20. 
1929. 



238 



do. 3, 1929 



12862 



:Scettrini ( Lucia Ida Maria ) San Fran- 
cisco. 12829 
[Sceptre.] © June 7, 1929 ; 2 c. July 
15 ; K 5788. 

Scharringhausen (George) Park Ridge. 
111. 12830 

We fly to you. Phone 23 for quick 
delivery, Scharringhausen's drug 
store. © Aug. 2, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 21; 
K 5673. 

Schloss bros. & co., inc., Baltimore. 

12831-12839 

[Fashion card] : 

[Boulevard] ; K 5573. — [Country club 
scene] ; K 5576. — [Full dress scene] ; 
K 5577. — [Hotel lobby scene] ; K 
5575.— [S. B. Harvard] ; K 5572.— 
[Skiing scene] : K 5578.— [Stout, short 
and long] ; K 5574.— [Oxford] : K 
■5570.— [Yale] ; K 5571. © Aug. 1, 
1929 : 2 c. each Aug. 10. 

Scientific engineering co., Chicago. 

12840 
RThgplex tower airterminal 7 
sheets, blueprints. © 1 c. Aug. 5 ; I 
'937. 

Scranton glass instrument co., inc., 
Scranton, Pa. 12841, 12842 

[Thermometer scale with three read- 
ing correction table. Serial 125] © 
Aug. 16. 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 26 ; I 1036. 

[Three reading hydrometer scale. 
Serial 126] © Aug. 16, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 
26 ; I 1037. 

Seeger (Jacob) Los Angeles. 12843 
[American eagle. No. 2. Airplane] 
© 1 c. Sept. 4, 1929 ; I 1032. 

Sentinel printing co., Indianapolis. 

12844. 12845 

[Lithographed certificate blank, seal 
of State of Indiana vignette in lower 
left hand corner, green border, 2] © 
Aug. 17. 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; K 5674. 

[Lithographed stock certificate build- 
ing vignette top center, seal of Indiana 
vignette, lower left hand corner, eagle 
vignrtte on back, brown border on face 
and back. 1] © Aus. 17. 1929; 2 c. 
Au-. 21 : K 5675. 

Sera (Maurice Poirier Jupito) Em- 
bank, Calif. 12846-12848 
Spirit of night, 1-3. © June 18, 
1929 : 2 c. each July 5 ; J 0—2427-2429. 

Shaver (J. C.) Baker, Or. 12849 

Baker hotel at night. © Sept. 4, 
1929 : 2 c. Sept. 10 ; J 0—3189. 



Shaw (Austin) Los Angeles. 12850 
McPherson (Aimee Semple) evan- 
gelist. © June 10, 1929; 2 c. July 6; 
K 5204. 

Shigley (C. M.) Cincinnati. 12851 

Illustrative map of the Cincinnati 
zoological garden. © June 1, 1929; 
2 c. July 1 ; K 5140. 

Short feature service, St. Petersburg, 
Fla. 12852 

When summer comes to Florida. © 
Aug. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 12 ; K 5567. 

Simmons (William Joseph) Atlanta. 

12853, 12854 

On the square with all mankind, the 
white band. © July 4, 1929 :2 c. July 
8 ; K 5176. 

Only twenty reasons why! [Cover 
design] © June 27. 1929; 2 c. July 1 ; 
K 5138. 

Skookum nackers assn., Wenatchee, 
Washington. 12855 

Skookum land. © Aug. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 26 ; K 5878. 

Slates (Elmer C.) Ruidoso, N. M. 

12856 
Asa Daklugie. © July 10, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 30 : J O— 3018. 

Slingerland (George O.) Mechanic- 
ville, N. Y. 12857 

Period block house Saratoga field. 
© July 3. 1929 ; 2 c. July 17 ; J 214 

Smith (Arthur A.) Paulding, O. 

12858, 12859 

Chart showing legible variations per- 
missible to letters of Arthur A. Smith's 
American (English) alphabet. © 1 c. 
July 19. 1929 ; I 876. 

Three varieties (or variations) of 
Arthur A. Smith's American (English) 
alphabet. © lc. July 19, 1929; I 877. 

Smith (Arthur L.) Indianapolis. 

12860 
Group investment & diversification, 
chart illustrating. © Aug. 15, 3929- 
2 c. Sept. 16 ; I 1062. 

Smith (Susie Keef) Mecca, Calif. 

12861 
After the storm. © Apr. 6, 1929; 
2 c. July 22 ; J 0—2488. 

Snyder (Corydon Granger) Chicago. 

12862 
Marriage from the standpoint of art. 
Chart Y. © July 9, 1929; 2 c. July 
13 ; K 5262. 



239 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12863 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Snyder (Sanford) Upper Black Eddy, 
Pa. 12863 

Gargliole [ ! ] radiator ornament. © 
July 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 3 ; K 5229. 

Spear & co., New York. 12864 

What's behind your door? [Door 
with lettering] © July 1, 1929; 2 c. 
July 5 ; K 5172. 

Speier (Jeremias) New York. 12865 
Dorzynki, 6230. © Aug. 10, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 17 ; K 5657. 

Spence airplane photos, Los Angeles. 
12866-12915 

Glendale field, A 163. © Mar. 19. 
1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; J 0—2773. 

Glendale sanitarium, H 695. © 
Mar. 19, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; J O— 2774. 

North of 3rd street between La 
Cienega and Fairfax, E 2502. © Feb. 
26, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; J O— 2737. 

West of La Cienega between Pico 
and Wilshire, Beverly Hills, E 2500. 
© Feb. 26, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 10; J O— 
2738. 

3 photographs: 

Bel-Air, E 2520. — Mandeville canyon, 
E 2522.— North from Beverly boule- 
vard and Sepulveda canyon, E 2521. 
© Mar. 5, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 10; 
J 0—2739-2741. 

6 photographs: 

Between Yuma and Laguna dam, E 
2375; J 0—2725.— Colorado River, 
Boulder Canyon, E 2333 ; J O — 2728. — 
Colorado River, E 2346, 2366; J O— 
2726, 2727.— Laguna dam. Colorado 
River, E 2372; J 0—2729.— Yuma, 
Arizona, E 2376; J O— 2730. © Jan. 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 10. 

6 photographs : 

East from Pico and Robertson boule- 
vards, E 2494. — North from Robertson 
and airdrome, E 2495.— North of 12th 
street between La Cienega and Fair- 
fax, E 2501.— Santa Monica, Calif., 
Clover field, A 161. — Santa Monica, 
Calif., west of Centinela between Pico 
and National boulevards, E 2487. — 
West from Wilshire and La Cienega 
boulevards, E 2493. © Feb. 25, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 10 ; J 0—2731-2736. 

12 photographs : 

East side, west from Samson rubber 
company's plant, E 2528. — East side, 
west from Simons brick plant, E 
2529«^East side, west of Garfield be- 
tween Florence and Slauson, E 2531. — 
Hollywood, Calif., looking into San 
Fernando Valley, F 737. — Hollywood, 
Calif., looking into San Fernando Val- 



ley, north of Melrose between High- 
land and Van Ness, F 738. — Inglewood, 
Calif., E 2523, 2524.— Los Angeles,, 
Calif., downtown section looking into 
San Fernando Valley, F 493. — Los An- 
geles, Calif., downtown section, look- 
ing toward San Fernando Valley, F' 
492. — Montebello Park tract, east side,. 
E 2527. — North of 5th street between 
La Brea and Van Ness, Hancock park, 
E 2526. — West of Catalina between 
3rd and 11th streets, Wilshire districts, 
E 2525. © Mar. 11, 1929; 2 c. each 
Aug. 10; J 0—2742-2753. 

19 photographs : 

Azusa, Calif., E 2536, 2537; J O — 
2754, 2755. — Ford site and Long Beach 
harbor, D 383; J 0—2756.— From, 
breakwater across harbor toward Los 
Angeles, D 591; J 0—2757.— Ingle- 
wood, Calif., E 2535; J 0—2758.— In- 
ner harbor, D 596 ; J O — 2759. — Inner 
harbor looking north toward Los An- 
geles, D 597, 598; J 0—2761, 2762.— 
Inner harbor looking toward Long 
Beach, D 595; J O— 2760.— Long 
Beach, Calif., E 2523: J 0—2763.— 
Long Beach harbor, D 381, 382 ; J O— 
2765, 2766.— Long Beach, Calif., mu- 
nicipal airport, A 162: J 0—2764.— 
Monrovia, Calif., E 2538 ; J 0—2767.— 
Outer harbor, D 594; J 0—2768. — 
Outer harbor looking toward Los An- 
geles, D 593; J 0—2769.— Signal hill, 
B 367, 368; J O—2770, 2771.— Wil- 
mington, Calif., and classification 
yards site. D 599 ; J O— 2772. © Mar. 
12, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 10. 

Sperry drug co., Phillips, Wis. 12916 

At Conners Lake, Phillips, Wis. © 

June 12. 1929 ; 2 c. June 19 ; J O— 3006. 

Spurr (E. Willard) Pasadena. 12917 
Carman (Bliss) Taken May 9th r 
1929. The latest portrait of Bliss Car- 
man. © Sept. 1, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 20,- 
J 0—3311. 

Standard multiple battery corp., Ja- 
maica, N. Y. 12918 
Trouble grabber. © July 15, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 17 ; K 5658. 

Standard oil co. of New York, New 

York. 12919* 

Serves you right. Socony. Special 

gasoline. [24 sheet poster, 9-10--S] 

© Sept. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 12 ; K 5875. 

Standard playing card co,, Chicago. 

12920, 12921 
Chloris. © July 1, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
7 ; K 5506. 



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no. 3, 1929 



13001 



Dancer. © July 1, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
7 ; K 5507. 

Starburg (Charles John) Klamath 
Falls, Or. 12922 

Crater within a crater. © June 26, 
1929; 2 c. July 15; J 0—2467. 

Stearns & Foster co., Lockland, O. 

12923-12926 

President design for quilts. © 1 c. 
Aug. 24, 1929 ; J 0—2925. 

3 photographs: 

Friendship design for quilts ; J O — 
3014. — Lone star design for quilts ; 
J 0—3016.— 1862 design for quilts; 
J O— 3015. © 1 c. each Aug. 24, 1929. 

Steel oil derrick co., Los Angeles. 

12927 

Heavy drilling derrick. 122 ft. steel 

type A, dwg. E 1, E 2. [and] Sh. 1-15. 

Blueprints. ©2 c. Aug. 5, 1929 ; I 926. 

Steen-Vause advertising agency, Ham- 
ilton, O. 12928 
It's the natural thing to do ! © Aug. 
29, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 6 ; K 6010. 

Sterling (Joseph S.) Lake Placid, 
N. Y. 12929 

Only live white foxes in the U. S. A. 
seen at Alaska silver fox farms, Au- 
sable Chasm & Lake Placid, N. Y. © 
June 1, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 27 ; J 282. 

Stevens (Ernest J.) Washington. 

12930-12932 

Stevens' (E. J.) chart of human 
zones, and organs. (Divine science se- 
ries, 8a) © July 20, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
3 ; I 929. 

Organs and polarization. (Ste- 
vens' science series, 7a) © Aug. 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 3 ; I 927. 

Stevens' chart of human zones, or- 
gans, etc. (Science series, 8) © July 
20, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 3 ; I 928. 

Steward (Howard W.) Cordova, Calif. 
12933-12938 

Copper River, Ky., mile 102. © 
June 15, 1929; 2 c. July 16; J 202. 

Kenai moose. © June 25, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 22 ; J 219. 

Popeeguk (polar bear) © May 1, 
1929 ; 2 c. June 7 ; J 196. 

3 photographs : 

Blackburn (Mt.) from the Richard- 
son highway; J 222. — Drum (Mt.) 
along the Richardson highway; J 
221. — Wrangell (Mt.) live volcano, 



14.065 feet, from the Richardson high- 
way ; J 220. © July 1, 1928 ; 2 c. each 
July 22, 1929. 

Stewart (Ethel H.) Hibbing, Minn. 

12939 
Arrowhead, batteaux with their car- 
goes of peltries, voyageurs, Indians, 
Priests, missionaries, etc. [Pictorial 
map of northern Minnesota] © July 
20, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 12; K 5687. 

Stiefel (H.) co., New York. 12940: 

Drawing for embroidery style, S. E. 
F., 5. ©, 1 c. July 8, 1929 ; I 819. 

Stirn (Charles) San Francisco. 12941 
Riordan (Patrick William) D. D. © 
June 25, 1929; 2 c. July 12; J 198. 

Strakal (Christopher Joseph) Ana- 
conda, Mont. 12942 
Anaconda, Mont., aerial view of. © 
July 13, 1929 ; 2 c. July 16 J 0—2469. 

Strauss (J. L.) jr.. Chicago. 

12943-12948 

6 prints : 

Autumn glow. — Bit o' Brittany.— 
Homeward bound. — Moonlight. — Old 
bridge. — Rendezvous. © Aug. 10, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 16 ; K 5758-5763. 
Stronck (Hubert N.) Chicago. 12949 

Analysis of average expenses and 
profits of member banks — federal re- 
serve system. Calendar year ended 
Dec. 31, 1928. © Aug. 28, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 3 ; I 1027. 

Sunny scenes, inc., Winter Park, Fla. 
12950-13001 

[Beside the lake, Lake Eola, Or- 
lando, Fla.] © July 3, 1929; 2 c. 
July 26 ; K 5902. 

[Crescent (Lake)] A. © June 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 5898. 

-B. © June 28, 1929 ; 2 c. July 

26 ; K 5897. 

Drowsy waters, 1100-24. © May 10,. 
1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 5380. 

[Laughing waters or Minnehaha 
falls] © June 27, 1929; 2 c. July 26; 
K 5909. 

[Mountain's snowy crest] © June 
27, 1929; 2 c. July 26; K 5907. 

St. Augustine, Fla.. old city gates, 
1100-3. © May 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; 
K 5378. 

Ponce de Leon hotel, 1100-29. 

© May 1, 1929 ; 2; c. July 26 ; K 5379. 

[Semi-tropical avenue. Residence 
street in Houston, Tex.] © June 3, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 26 ; K 5905. 



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pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Sunny scenes, inc. — Continued. 

[Singing tower, Al © June 20, 
1929; 2 c. July 6; K 5357. 

[B] © June 3, 1929 ; 2 c. July 

6 ; K 5358. 

Tropical home grounds. 1100-9. © 
May 10, 1929; 2 c. July 26; K 5381. 

[Washingtonian palms] © July 29, 
1929; 2 G. July 26; K 5887. 

[Western sky] © June 28, 1929; 
2 c. July 26; K 5888. 

[Wooded shore, Sinslow River, Col- 
orado] © June 17, 1929; 2 c. July 
26; K 5908. 

3 photographs: 

[Mountain's mirror] ; K 5906. — [Pu- 
get sound, Wash., Chuckanut bay, 
islands in the bay] ; K 5896. — [Yosem- 
ite national park, Calif., Bridal Veil 
Falls] : K 5893. © June 29, 1929 ; 2 c. 
teach July 26. 

4 photographs : 

[Yellowstone national park, Wy., 
< Canyon of the Yellowstone] ; K 5900. — 
[Zion national park, Utah, Great White 
Throne] ; K 5899.— [Zion national 
park, Utah, Great White Throne thru 
the Saddle] ; K 5903.— [Zion national 
park, Utah, Mt. Majestic] ; K 5911. © 
June 7, 1929; 2 c. each July 26. 

9 photographs : 

[Alpine garden] ; K 5910. — [Baker 
(Mt.) and Chain Lake]; K 5901 — 
[Columbia River highway, bridge 
across the Dell Thumb-Rock] ; K 
5892. — [Crater Lake national park, Or., 
Phantom Ship] ; K 5890.— [Mountain 
pool] : K 5904. — [Pine clad shores] ; 
K 5895.— [Road to the peak] ; K 
5894.— [Snowy range] ; K 5889 — 
[Vista house on Crown point, Colum- 
bia River highway] ; K 5891. © July 
6, 1929; 2 c. each July 20. 

21 prints : 

[Canyon of the Colorado] ; K 5193.— 
[Catawba Falls] ; K 5185.— [Cliff 
dwellers' inn] ; K 5177. — [Devil's 
head] ; K 5182.— [Horseshoe bend] ; 
~K 5183.— [Lake Lure] ; K 5184.— [Lake 
Lure and the bridge] ; K 5179. — [Lake 
Lure inn] ; K 5181. — [Lily pad lake] ; 
K 5197.— [Mt. Pisgah] ; K 5189.— [Mt. 
Pisgah and the rat] ; K 5188.— [Moun- 
tain lake] ; K 5195. — [Mountain laurel 
and azalea] ; K 5180. — [Rapids, can- 
yon of the Colorado] ; K 5192.— [Red 
granite pillars] ; K 5191. — [Rhododen- 
drons and Mt. Mitchell] ; K 5186.— 
[Royal gorge] ; K 5194. — [Summer 
snows] ; K 5190. — [Table mountain] ; 



K 5187.— [Top of chimney rock] ; K 
5178.— [What is man?] ; K 5196. © 
June 17, 1929; 2 c. each July 6. 

Swanets (Oscar G.) Santa Rosa. 

Calif. 13002 

Edison (Thomas) Luther Burbank, 

Henrv Ford. Three benefactors. © 

July 25, 1929 ; 2 c. July 30 ; J 0—3246. 

Swartz (David J.) Bronx, N. Y. 

13003 
[Zone and season finder] © 1 c. 
July 1, 1929; I 865. 

Sweeney (Edward M.) New London, 
Conn. 13004-13007 

Plant site of steamship, rail and 
lumber Terminal basin, inc. Harrison's 
Landing, Thames River, New London, 
Connecticut. Plan L-G-L. Blueprint. 
© 1 c. July 20, 1929 ; I 881. 

3 blueprints : 

Chart of the Northern hemisphere 
with reference to the distribution of 
west coast forest products ; I 879. — 
Condensed market zone chart re back 
haul distribution of west coast lum- 
ber, and immediate rail and water 
export-import facilities, via New Lon- 
don, Connecticut ; I 880. — Data re com- 
parative steaming time betwen Nan- 
tucket shoals lightship and pier 50 
N. R., New York Terminal, New Lon- 
don ; I 878. © 1 c. each July 20, 1929. 

Sweitzer (Nelson Bowman) Denver. 

13008 

Equal altitudes of sun for meridian 

without use of ephemeris. Blueprint. 

© Aug. 12, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 30 ; I 1024. 

Swinnerton (James) Palo Alto, Calif. 
13009-13011 

Near-to-nature babies. (In Good 
Housekeeping, July, 1929) © June 
25; 1 c. June 19; K 5227. 

(In Good Housekeeping, Aug., 

1929) © June 25, 1929; 1 c. July 20; 
K 5354. 

— - (In Good Housekeeping, Sept.. 
1929) © Aug. 25; 1 c. Aug. 19; K 
5671. 

Syracuse ornamental co., Syracuse, 
N. Y. 13012-13049 

Period carvings, plate 406-413. © 
Apr. 1, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 1; K 
5600-5607. 

Plate 414-432. © Apr. 1, 1929 ; 

2 c. each Aug. 1 ; K 5462-5480. 

Modern style, plate 395-405. © 

Apr. 1, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 1 ; K 5589- 
5599. 



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13085- 



Tachman (Leroy Franklin) Port Clin- 
ton, O. 13050 
Woodville, O. © Aug. 5, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Sept. 25; J 299. 

Tangen (Ed) Boulder, Col. 

13051, 13052 

Early spring, 6439. © Sept. 3, 1929 ; 
2 c. Sept. 7 ; J O— 3104. 

Passing storm, 6441. © Sept. 3, 
1929; 2 c. Sept. 7; J O— 3105. 

Taylor (Walter Andrews) New York. 
13053-13065 

Free-standing shaft, base of, Eastern 
tombs. © June 5, 1929; 2 c. July 9; 
J 0—2667. 

With balustrade, Eastern tombs. 

© June 5, 1929; 2 c. Julv 9; J O— 
2668. 

11 photographs : 

Empress dowager, tomb of, balus- 
trade, detail of ; J O — 2430. — Empress 
dowager, tomb of, Eastern tombs, 
Spirit hall, interior of; J O — 2432. — 
Empress dowager, tomb of, Soul tower 
and Spirit hall; J O— 2431.— Jehol, 
summer palace, free-standing shaft, 
base of; J 0—2436.— Kang Hsi (Em- 
peror) tomb of, Eastern tombs. Spirit 
hall, interior of; J 0—2433.— Kang 
Hsi, tomb of, Spirit hall, worship 
chamber; J 0—2437.— Marble altar; 
J O — 2438. — Marble bridges over moat. 
Eastern tombs; J O— 2434.— Marble 
pai-lo marking entrance to Eastern 
tombs ; J 0—2435.— Tablet hall, mark- 
ing approach to tomb ; J O — 2439. — 
Yung Loh, tomb of. Ming emperor, 
Soul tower; J 0—2440. © June 5, 
3929; 2 c. each July 9. 

Territorial hotels co., ltd., Honolulu. 

13066 
Your Christmas lei. © Aug. 8, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 20 ; J 266. 

Terry (Neita Lewis) Carlton, Or. 

13067, 13068 

Sheridan (Fort) in Dayton park © 
Aug. 2, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 21 ; J 0—2922. 

Sheridan's (Gen.) fort in Dayton 
park. © Aug. 2, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 21; 
J 0—2923. 

Texas & Pacific railway co., Dallas. 

13069 

[El Capitan] by Audley Dean Nicols. 
© Aug. 26, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 12; K 6018. 
Texas co.. New York. 13070-13073 

[Cohesive not separable. Showing 
two different oil films on blocks of steel 
with drops of oil] © 1 c. July 13, 
1929; I 854. 



[Texaco oil stream] : 

[Stream of oil pouring from 2 quart 
measure over a connecting rod bear- 
ing] ; I 851. — [Stream of oil pouring 
from 2 quart over block of steel] ; I 
853. — [Stream of oil pouring over an 
automobile engine crankshaft] ; I 852. 
© 1 c. each July 13, 1929. 

Thedens (Fred R.) Tama, la. 

13074, 13075 

Indian tom-tom, Tama, la., 20 F. 29. 
© July 18, 1929; 2 c. July 18; J O— 
2485. 

Mesquakie Indians, Tama, la., 19 F. 
29. © July 18, 1929 ; 2 c. July 18 ; J 
0—2484. 

Thomas (Theodore G.) Washington. 

13076 
Building line map and design for 
safety street traffic. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1929; I 1040. 

Thomsen (John H.) doing business as 
Nesmoht sales co., Omaha, Neb. 

13077 
Nesmoht portable obstetrical table. 
New 1930 model. © July 3, 1929 : 2 c. 
July 5 ; K 5450. 

Thompson, Sanders & Ginocchio. Little 
Rock, Ark. 13078, 13079 

[Little Rock, Ark., building for 
Union trust company] © 1 c. Aug. 28, 
1929; I 1008. 

Union trust building for Mutual 

real estate company, south elevation 
(front) plans of, [and] west side ele- 
vation. 5 sheets, blueprints. © 1 a 
Aug. 28, 1929 ; I 1009. 

Tichnor bros., inc., Cambridge, Mass. 
13080-13082 

3 prints : 

Greetings from Hot Springs, Arkan- 
sas. — I came for a change and rest — 
the baths get the change etc. — I got 
into a lot of hot water, at Hot Springs, 
Arkansas. © July 29, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
July 30; K 5508-5510. 

Tolbert (James) Oklahoma City, Okl. 

13083 
Got to church. © Aug. 14, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 28 ; K 5750. 

Toledo scale co., Toledo, O. 13084 

[Oil chart, 15640 EH.] © Aug. 27, 
1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 16 ; I 1061. 

Tonnesen (Beatrice) Chicago. 13085 
Curtis (Dr. Arthur H.) © 1 c. Sept. 
17, 1929 ; J O— 3306. 



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\ 

pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Townsend (Charles A.) Belfast, Me. 

13086-13091 
Sargent mountain road, panoramic 
view. © July 17, 1929 ; 2 c. July 19 ; 

J 0—2486. 

5 photographs : 

Mt. Desert, Me., Great Head highest 
point on Atlantic coast. — Mt. Desert, 
Me., Jordan Pond and Bubble from 
Carriage road. — Mt. Desert, Me.. Peme- 
tic mountain and Bubble pond from 
the mountain road.— Seal Harbor, Me., 
from the mountain road. — Seal Har- 
bor, Me., Jordan pond and Bubble from 
mountain road. © July 9, 1929; each 
July 11; J 0—2445-2449. 
Trade and travel, inc., Los Angeles. 

13092 

Trade and travel, inc. [Coupon de- 
sign : Train, etc.] © May 16, 1929; 
2 c. June 22 ; K 5451. 
Trout-Ware studios co., Cleveland. 

13093, 13094 

Crosson (Miss Marvel) © 1 c. Sept. 
28, 1929; J 0—3416. 

Sokoloff (Nikolai) A-C. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 28, 1929 ; J 0—3413-3415. 

Twyefort, inc., New York. 13095-13106 

12 photographs : 

Afternoon suit; J O— 3106.— Coat 
with silk lapels; J O — 3111. — Dress 
coat; J 0—3116.— Dress suit; J O— 
3114.— Fall coat ; J 0—3115.— Evening 
coat ; J O— 3110.— Formal coat ; J 0— 
3107.— Formal suit; J O 3117.— Over- 
coat ; J 0—3112.— Top coat; J O— 
3113.— Walking coat; J O— 3108.— 
Walking suit; J O— 3109. © Aug. 7, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Sept. 7. 

Tyler (Lyle B.) Newton, la. 13107 
Newton, la., Maytag building. © 
Sept. 27, 1929; 2 c. Sept. 30; J O— 
3374. 

Underbill (Irving) New York. 

13108-13143 

Hudson River bridge towers finished 
July 4, 1929, B 53586 C. © July 9, 
1929; 2 c. July 11; J 0—2459. 

New York (City) : 

Columbia Presbyterian hospital 
buildings, 165th St., and Broadway. 
N. Y., B 53190; J 0—2458.— Wool- 
worth building and Broadway south, 
C 19502, C 19503; J 0—2460, 2461.— 
Y. W. C. A. J. C, B 53584, B 53585; 
j 0—2462, 2463. © July 9, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each July 11. 

New York (City) : 

Long Acre square south, B 53938; 
J 0—3373.— Lower Manhattan, A 8528 



B; J 0—3367.— Midtown Manhattan 
from 23rd st., A 8530 B ; J O— 3370.— 
Times and Paramount buildings, B 
53940; J 0—3372. © Sept. 24, 1929; 
2 c. each Sept. 28. 

New York (City) : 

Sky-line, B 53455 C, B 53456 D — 
Sixty-three Wall street building, B 
53593. — Trinity church, Broadway and 
Wall street, C 19598. © Aug. 12, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 13 ; J 0—2814-2817. 

3 photographs : 

Brooklyn, N. Y., Brooklyn trust com- 
pany building, Clinton and Montague 
streets, C 18780X ; J O— 3011.— New 
York (City) building N. W. corner 5th 
avenue and 42d street, C 19590 ; J O— 
3012.— New York (City) Great North- 
ern hotel, C 18328 ; J O— 3010. © Aug. 
28, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 29. 

5 photographs : 

Bronxville, N. Y., Siwanoy country 
club, B 53566; J 0—2516.— Hudson 
River bridge towers, C 19575; J O — 
2513. — New York Central building, 
north entrance, C 19561 ; J 0—2514.— 
New York Central building, Park Ave- 
nue, south, C 19562 ; J O— 2515.— New 
York (City) County court house, civic 
center, C 19560; J 0—2512. © July 
25, 1929 ; 2 c. each July 27. 

6 photographs : 

Coney Island bathers, A 8531 B, A 
8531 B ; J 0—3368, 3369.— Ellis Island, 
N. Y., A 8529 B ; J 0—3364.— Flushing, 
L. I., N. Y., meeting house religious 
Society of Friends, erected 1694, , B 
53377 ; J 0—3371.— Liberty, statue of, 
New York harbor, A 8527 B ; J O— 
3365.— Rye, N. Y., Playland, A 8526 B ; 
J 0—3366. © Sept. 24, 1929 ; 2 c. each 
Sept. 28. 

8 photographs : 

American Woman's building, B 
53035; J O— 3300.— Gerry residence 
southeast corner 5th ave. & Gist st., 
B 53013 ; J O— 3302.— Jeff erson market 
prison and court W. 10th st., built 
about 1825 like Chateau d'lf, B 53629 ; 
J 0—3299.— Metropolitan club & Gerry 
residence 5th ave. & 61-60 sts., B 
53039; J O— 3303.— New York (City) 
Madison Square Garden, 8th ave. & 
49th-50th sts., B 53553; J O— 3304.— 
Sherry-Netherland & Savoy-Plaza ho- 
tels, 5th ave. & 59th st., B 52210 ; J O— 
3297.— U. S. Appraisers Stores, Varick 
St., B 52565; J 0—3298.— Victoria 
(Hotel) 7th ave. & 51 St., B 53554; 
j o— 3301. © Sept. 17, 1929; 2 c. 
each Sept. 18. 



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13184 



Underpinning & foundation co., inc., 

and Municipal sanitary service 

corp. ? New York. 13144 

Toledo. Ohio, sewage treatment and 

disposal works, proposed. [19 sheets] 

© Aug. 21. 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 23 ; I 982. 

Underwood & Underwood, inc., New 
York. 13145-13157 

David, had of. Italy, V 3408. © 
Aug. 9. 1929; 2 c. Sept. 16; J 214081. 

Grotesque figure in Bramanan tem- 
ple. Java. V 25S09. © Aug. 9, 1929; 
2 c. Sept. 16: J 214082. 

Mexico, Mexico, north from east 
tower of cathedral. V 23680. © Apr. 
1. 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; J 214075. 

5 photographs : 

Aries. Prance, Roman theater, 
Y3170 : J 214072.— Beeroth, Palestine, 
crusaders' ruins. V19686; J 214074.— 
Hertulaneum, Italy, house of Aristides. 
runs of. 73371 ; J 214070.— Pet coyote 
or prairie wolf. V4023 ; J 214071 — 
Home. Italy, temple of Venus and 
Roma. Y3384: J 214073. © Apr. 1, 
1929: 2 c. each Aug. 8. 

5 photographs: 

Fairy Glen — Betfws-y-Coed. North 
Wales. V 28368 ; J 214079.— Indian pic- 
togiaphs. Arizona. Y 32304 ; J 214077.— 
Peat bog in Ireland. V 28828: J 
214080.— Petrified forests of Arizona. 
Y 32303: J 214076.— Taormina, Sicily, 
old Greek theater, Y 3387; J 214078. 
© May 1, 1929; 2 c. each Sept. 5. 

United States fashion co.. Chicago. 

13158-13168 

Young men's two button sack, 707. 
© Apr. 15. 1929 ; 2 c. June 14 : K 5233. 

10 prints: 

Correct formal wear, 732-743 ; K 
5215. — Double-breasted top coat. 727. 
Young men's three button single- 
breasted top coat, 728 ; K 5213.— Three- 
"burton sack, 709, 710. Two button 
sack. 711 : K 5207. — Three-button sack, 
715. Two-button sack, 716. Young 
men's two-button sack* 717 ; K 5209. — 
Three-button sport model, 718. Three- 
button Norfolk, 719. Three-button 
sack. 720. Two-button sack, 721; K 
5210. — Three-button straight-front con- 
servarive sack, 712. Three-button dou- 
ole-breasted sack, 713. Two-button 
straight-front sack, 714; K 5208.— 
Young men's double-breasted overcoat, 
724. Three-button double-breasted 
storm ulster, 725. Young men's three- 
button double-breasted ulster ette, 726; 
K 5212. — Young men's double-breasted 
overcoat. 729. Chesterfield flv-front 



overcoat, 730. Young men's three-but- 
ton shapely top coat, 731; K 5214. — 
Young men's latest style double-breast- 
ed raglan. 722. Young men's double- 
breasted overcoat. 723 ; K 5211. — Young 
men's three-button double-breasted 
sack. 708. Three-button double-breast- 
ed conservative sack. 713. Two-button 
straight-front sack, 714: K 5206. © 
Apr. 15, 1929 ; 2 c. each June 14. 

United States playing card co., Cin- 
cinnati. 13169-13172 

4 prints : 

Fantasy : K 5915. — Marie ; K 5917. — 
Papillon: K 5918.— Phyllis ; K 5916. 
© Sept. 10, 1929 : 2 c. each Sept. 18. 

Universal paper box co., St. Louis. 

13173 
[Sweet interlude] © July 11, 1929; 

n Tnlr 1 R • TT Fi9ft?> 



2 c. July 13 ; K 5263. 



Upson co.. Lockport. N. Y. 

13174-13177 
Upson relief ceiling. Ceiling sheet : 
Classic design, 151-D ; I 1017.— Co- 
lonial design, 151-E : I 1018.— Greek 
design. 151-G ; I 1020.— Patrician de- 
sign, 151-F ; I 1019. © Aug. 1. 1929 ; 
2 c. each Aug. 29. 

Van Alen (William) New York. 

13178, 13179 

Alterations to premises. Park ave., 
Lexington ave.. 46th st.-47th St., New 
York, N. Y. [Blueprint] © 1 c. June 
22. 1929 ; I 810. 

[New York {City) Lexington Ave., 
42nd to 43rd. Chrysler building. Ele- 
vation] © 1 c. July 30, 1929; I 968. 

Van De Mark (Curtis W.) Cincinnati. 

13180 
Hand-clasp letter. Van. © May 1, 
1929 : 2 c. May 24 ; K 5308. 

Van Raalte co., New York. 13181 

Costume color harmony chart. Fall 
& winter. 1929-1930. © Aug. 1, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 26 : K 5800. 

Velvetone poster co., San Francisco. 

13182, 13183 

[Middle meadow] : Del Mue. © 
Dec. 25. 1928: 2 c. July 1. 1929; K 
5134. 

[Sunset on San Francisco Bay] © 
Dec. 25, 1928: 2 c. July 1. 1929; K 
5344. 

Yermeulen (Aurele) Los Angeles. 

13184 
[Piave battle memorial] © 1 c. 
July 15. 1929 ; I 981. 



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Via (G. Guy) Hilton Village, Va. 

13185 

[Probable trend of interest factors 

in training] © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1929; 

1 969. 

Victory balm co., Washington. 13186 
[Victory] © Sept. 16, 1929; 2 c. 
Sept. 16 ; K 5885." 

Vogelniann (Joseph Anthony) New 
York. 13187-13189 

Chart of nature's vibrations show- 
ing 170 octaves and the Vogelmann + 
and — octave vib. & period scale. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. July 15, 1929 ; I 860. 

2d ed. Blueprint. © July 29, 

1929 ; 2 c. July 31 ; I 944. 

3rd ed. Blueprint. © Aug. 13, 

1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 14 ; I 970. 

Warren (A[rthur] J[ay]) Blairsden, 
Calif. 13190-13192 

Blairsden, Calif., the heart of the 
resort district. Along the Feather 
River. © Sept. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 9 ; 
J O— 3103. 

Feather River inn. A. © Aug. 4, 
1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 10 ; J 0—2677. 

B. © Aug. 13, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 

19; J 0—2866. 

Waterbury clock co., Waterbury, Conn. 

13193 

Waterbury weathermeter. Dial for 

aneroid barometer. © June 1, 1929; 

2 c. June 24 ; I 913. 

Waterman (C. E.) San Diego, Calif. 
13194-13199 

Litchfield, 336 (U. S. S.) © Sept. 
18, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 23 ; J 0—3324. 

(U. S. S.) : 

Noa, 343; J 0—3292.— Preble, 345; 
J 0—3295.— Pruitt, 347; J 0—3293.— 
Sicard, 346 ; J O— 3294.— Wm. B. Pres- 
ton, 344 ; J 0—3291. © Sept. 12, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Sept. 17. 

Wear (Burt C.) Independence, Calif. 

13200 
Indiana high school athletic assn. 
basket ball tournament of 1929. [Blue- 
print] © May 31, 1929 ; 2 c. July 1 ; 
I 813. 

Webb (Gregory Burkitt) New York. 

13201-13204 

Building for the national mausoleum 
co., Newark, N. J., plan of first floor. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1929; I 
1088. 

Chelten Hills abbey, Chelten Hills 
cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa., first floor, 



plan of. Blueprint. © 1 c. Sept. 26,. 
1929 ; I 1093. 

Monteflore temple of rest, Monte- 
fiore cemetery, Springfield, Long 
Island, N. Y., plan of first floor. Dwg. 
2. Blueprint. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1929; 
I 1006. 

Plan of second floor. Dwg. 3. 

Blueprint. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1929; I 
1007. 

Wentworth (Bertrand H.) Gardiner, 
Me. 13205-13219 

15 photographs : 

Afternoon surf, C01220.— Beech of 
Beech Hill, C1085.— Dolce far niente. 
C01282.— Falling day, C1096.— Great 
oak, C1077.— In hay time, C1065.— 
Meadow brook, C1068. — Ripogenus 
gorge, C1106.— Rippling sea. C01288. — 
Road home, C01284.— Road to Nica- 
tous, C1099.— September sky, C993.— 
Storm clouds, C01296.— Wide-spread- 
ing oak, C1074.— Willow brook, C1073. 
© July 1, 1929; 2 c. each July 24; 
J O— 2491-2505. 

Wessa (W. H.) Antigo, Wis. 13220 

Moonlight of falls of Evergreen 

River, Menominee reservation. © 

Sept. 3, 1929 ; 2 c. Sept. 5 ; J O— 3085. 

West (William P.) Long Beach. Calif. 
13221, 13222 
Healing temple of the Rosicrucian 
fellowship, 144000, 144001. © Aug. 20,. 
1929; 2 c. each Aug. 26; J O— 3002,. 
3003. 

Westcott & Mapes, inc., New Haven. 

13223 
New Haven air port. © 1 c. Sept. 
14, 1929 ; I 1060. 

Western electric co., inc., New Yoik. 

13224 
Sunshine is healthful but look out 
for sunburn. © July 1, 1929 ; 2 c. July 
3 ; K 5164. 

Wetzel (William A.) Trenton, N. J. 

13225 
Rationalization chart. © 1 c. Aug. 
20, 1929 ; I 978. 

Whipple (Edythe P.) West Englewood, 
N. J. 13226-13228 

Edraul. Basement plan, sheet 3. 
Blueprint. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1929; I 
1059. 

■ First floor plan, sheet 1. Blue- 
print. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; I 896. 

Second floor plan. Sheet 2. 

Blueprint. © 1 c. Sept. 4 ; I 1031. 



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Whitaker (Marvin L.) Elgin, 111. 

13229 

[Design for building] © 1 c. May 
23, 1929 ; I 873. 

Whitney (Morace O.) Aurora, Ind. 

13230, 13231 

Wilson (Carl) left side three-quar- 
ter view. ©lc. June 24, 1929 ; J O— 
2418. 

Right side, three-quarter view. 

© 1 c. June 24, 1929 ; J 0—2416. 

Wickenden (Robert J.) New York. 

13232 

Mausoleum. 6 sheets, blueprints. © 
1 c. Aug. 19, 1929 ; I 976. 

Wigmore (Francis Marion) Lorton, 
Ya. 13233-13255 

Old Hungar's church, Northampton 
Co., Va., 1927, 9. (Old Virginia parish 
churches) © Nov. 19, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 
10 ; J O— 2702. 

Old St. John's (Old West Point 
church) King William Co., Va., 1927, 
1-8. (Old Virginia parish churches) 
© Apr. 17, 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 10; 
J O— 2703-2710. 

(Old Virginia parish churches) : 

Grace Episcopal church, Yorktown, 
Va., 1927, 1-4; J 0—2711-2714.— Old 
brick church (St. Luke's) Isle of 
Wight Co., Va., 1927, 2, 4 ; J 0—2715, 
2716. — Old Fork church. Hanover Co., 
Va., 1927, 7; J— O 2717.— Old St. 
John's church, on Richmond Hill, 
Richmond. Henrico Co., Va., 1927. 1-6 ; 
J O— 2718-2723.— Old St. Paul's 
church. King George Co., Va., 2; J O — 
2724. © Aug. 10, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 
10. 

Wild (George F.) New York. 13256 
First air mail from S. S. Leviathan 
of United States lines, inc., by Adams 
air mail pick-up. © June 1, 1929 , 2 c. 
June 12 ; K 4778. 

Williamz (Bertha [May]) Spirit Lake, 
la. 13257-13262 

Templar park on Spirit Lake* © 
Aug. 30, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 22 ; J 0—3356. 

5 photographs : 

Inn on West Okobojo Lake, Icwa ; 
J 0—3253.— Orleans hotel on Spirit 
Lake ; J 0—3248.— Spirit Lake, Iowa ; 
J 0—3247.— Templar Park from the 
air on Big Spirit Lake: J 0—3252.— 
Terrase park on West Okobojo Lake, 
Iowa, Casino ; J 0—3249. © Aug. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 22. 



Winter (Alice Beach) New York. 

13263 
Good Thanksgiving. © Aug. 6, 1929 ; 
2 c. Aug. 7 ; K 5542. 

Wireman (Katherine R.) Germantown, 
Pa. 13264 

Toys for two. © Aug. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Aug. 7 ; K 5546. 

Wold (Roman William) Waterrown, 

S. D. 13265 

Codington County court house, Wa- 

tertown, S. D. © June 5, 1929; 2 c. 

July 1 ; J 191. 

Woman's world magazine co., inc., Chi- 
cago. 13266-13268 
Woman's world. Oct.-Dec, 1929. 
[Calendar designs] © Sept. 18, 1929 ; 
2 c. each Sept. 20 ; K 5935-5937. 

Wooley (Jesse Summer) Ballston Spa, 
N. Y. 13269-1 328-3 

Arnolds (Gen, B.) headquarters at 
Fort Neilson, Saratoga Battlefield. 
Period House. © Aug. 7, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 10 ; J 0—2682. 

Great dam, on Sacandaga River, at 
Conkingville, N. Y., during construc- 
tion, Aug. 1, 1929. © Aug. 15, 1929; 
2 c. Aug. 15 ; J 259. 

Saratoga battlefield, famous battle 
well. © Aug. 15, 1929; 2 c. Aug. 15; 
J 0—2839. 

Saratoga battlefield Panorama: 

American headquarters under Gen. 
Gates; J 255.— From Gen. Morgan's 
headquarters ; J 254. — Where the U. S. 
A. was born ; J 253. Aug. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. 
each Aug. 10. 

Schuylerville, N. Y., Schuyler man- 
sion, historic. © Aug. 15, 1929; 2 c. 
Aug. 15; J 0—2840. 

3 photographs : 

Freeman farm house, headquarters 
of Gen. Burgoyne and the British 
army ; J O — 2836. — Historic Freeman 
farm, Saratoga battlefield, signboard) ; 
J O — 2835. — Marshall house in which 
Madam Reidesel and family took ref- 
urge thru this door during the battle 
of Oct. 7, 1777; J 0—2837. © Aug. 
15. 1929; 2 c. each Aug. 15. 

8 photographs : 

Arnold (Gen.) monument, reverse 
side of. Saratoga battlefield; J O — 
2683.— Saratoga battlefield, Ft. Neil- 
son, site of, block house ; J 0—2679.— 
Saratoga battlefield, Ft. Neilson, site 
of, headquarters of Gen. Gates and 
American army ; J O — 2685. — Saratoga 
battlefield, Gen. Poor's headquarters ; 



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Wooley (Jesse Summer) — Continued. 
J 0—2678.— Saratoga battlefield, great 
ravine where Gates' and Burgoyne's 
armies met ; J O — 2686. — Saratoga bat- 
tlefield, memorial pavilion soldiers 
burial ground; J O — 2681. — Saratoga 
battle monument at Schuylerville, N. 
Y. ; J O— 2680.— Saratoga battlefield, 
monument marking spot where Gen. B. 
Arnold was wounded ; J O — 2684. © 
Aug. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. each Aug. 10. 

Wright (Catherine) New York. 

13287 
Wright (Catherine) original mystery 
girl. © Aug. 1, 1929; 2 e. Aug. 9; 
J 0—2675. 

Wright (W. Preston) Great Falls, 
Mont. 13288, 13289 

Suspended animation. © July 4, 
1929; 2 c July 10; J 0—2441. 

Volta dam. © July 8, 1929; 2 c. 
July 12 ; J 0—2465. 

Yale university press & Keeler (Ever- 
ett H.) New Haven and Bethany, 
Conn. 13290 



New Haven, 
airplane view. 
Aug. 9; J 252. 



Conn., Nine Squares, 
© July 1, 1929; 2 c. 



Yosei Amemya, New York. 13291 

Tammany hall. © June 15, 1929 ; 2 
c. June 27; J 0—2442. 

Young (F. Liley) Jamaica Plain, Mass.. 

13292: 
Little girl who never came before. 
© Aug. 6, 1929 ; 2 c. Aug. 7 ; K 5544. 
Young (Victor) Verona, Mo. 13293 

Star-cushion. © July 10, 1929 ; 2 c. 
July 17 ; K 5277. 

Y. W. C. A. of the U. S. A. National 
board, New York. 13294,13295 

Y. W. C. A. [Head and shoulders 
of young woman, with book, against 
modernistic background. Poster] © 
July 5, 1929 ; 2 c. July 27 ; K 5419. 

[Poster tip-on] © July 8, 

1929; 2 c. Aug. 14; K 5619. 

Zehner (Fenton J.) Blairsden, Calif. 

13296 
California. Map of lakes basin of 
the Plumas national forest. © July 
2, 1929; 2 c. July 30; J 0—2533. 

Zehrfeld (Otto Gustav) Leipzig. 

1329T 

[Blue mountain stream, by Otto Pip- 
pel] © Nov. 1, 1928; 1 c. July 3; K 
5314. 



Number of entries in class H-K included in the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 
1929 : 

Reproductions of works of art „ 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character 

(including 444 one-copy entries) . 1,058 

Photographs (including 236 one-copy entries) 3, 171 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 4,162 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) 7,213 

Total 11,442 



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PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 13297 



Single y (B. Lloyd) 1-22 

Bank of Montreal from the Place 
d'Armes, Canada, 10638. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. 
R 4195, June 13, 1929. 

Bridge, Ahmedabad, India, 12503. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, as 
the author. R 4201, June 13, 1929. 

Brilliant' military pageant, trooping 
of the colours, May 24th, 1901. Horse 
guards parade, London, England, 
13306. Photograph. © B. Lloycl 
Singley, as the author. R 4198, June 
13, 1929. 

British lion at base of Nelson's col- 
umn, Trafalgar Square, London, Eng- 
land, 11304. Photograph. © B. Lloyd 
Singley, as the author. R 4197, June 
13, 1929. 

Calvary hill in Catholic cemetery, 
Montreal, Canada, 10640. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. R 
4196, June 13, 1929. 

Cattle bazar, Ahmedabad, India, 
12506. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sing- 
ley, as the author. R 4203, June 13, 
3929. 

Colonnade, great temple to Siva, 
Madura, South India, 12512. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, as the 
author. R 4204, June 13, 1929. 

Colonnade, Hati Singh's temple, Ah- 
medabad, India, 12504. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. 
R 4202, June 13, 1929. 

Colossal figures to god Iyannar, near 
Madura, South India, 12514. Photo- 
graph. © B. Lloyd Singley, as the 
author. R 4205, June 13, 1929. 

Falls of the Willamette, Oregon City, 
Oregon, U. S. A., 11676. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. 
R 4190, June 13, 1929. 

Longfellow's home, Cambridge, 
Mass., 11686. Photograph. © B. 
Lloyd Singley, as the author. R 4191, 
June 13, 1929. 

McKinley (President) and General 
Shafter, the president's visit, San 



Francisco, Cal., 11698. Photograph. 
© B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. 
R 4193, June 13, 1929. 

Refreshing bath, washing bullocks 
in lake at Columbo, Ceylon, 12109. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, as 
the author. R 4187, June 13, 1929. 

Soldier's monument and cannon 
used by Washington in siege of Bos- 
ton, 1775, Cambridge Common, Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 12402. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. R 
4194, June 13, 1929. 

Sunset on the lovely Indian Ocean, 
12100. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sin- 
gley, Meadville, Pa., as the author. 
R 4186, June 13, 1929. 

Tea gatherers in the pretty hill 
country near Galle. Ceylon, 12111. 
Photograph. © B. Lloyd Singley, 
Meadville, Pa., as the author. R 4188, 
June 13, 1929. 

Trotter (General) discussing the 
parade ; trooping of the colours, May 
24, 1901. Horse guard parade, Lon- 
don, England, 11310. Photograph. © 
B. Lloyd Singley, as the author. R 
4199, June 13, 1929. 

Under the shadow of Mount Tamal- 
pais, Cal., U. S. A., 11691. Photo- 
graph. © B Lloyd Singley, as the 
author. R 4192, June 13, 1929. 

Victoria terminus, Bombay, India, 
12500. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sin- 
gley, as the author. R 4200, June 13, 
1929. 

Wash day, Srirangam, South India, 
32519. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sin- 
gley, as the author. R 4207, June 13, 
1929. 

Water carrier, Mount Abu, India, 
12516. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sin- 
gley, as the author. R 4206, JUne 13, 
1929. 

Wedding of Wilhelmina, queen of 
the Netherlands, The Hague, Holland, 
12200. Photograph. © B. Lloyd Sin- 
gley, as the author. R 4189, June 
13, 1929. 



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OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

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copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and Models or Designs for 
works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright 
proprietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODELS OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

Note. — An asterisk (*) after the proprietor's name indicates that the artist and copy- 
right proprietor are the same. 



Adohr creamery co., Los Angeles. 

13298-13312 

Alexander (Kay) Drawings: 
Adohr people. Representation of 
child in high-chair holding aloft a 
mug, together with five men holding 
aloft glasses. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929; 
G 2403. 

Baby arrived. Representation of a 
baby, half length, full face view. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2404. 

Baby gave h — first party; baby at- 
tended h — first party. Representation 
of a cake with a single candle mounted 
thereon. Representation of two child- 
ren each carrying a parcel, the one 
dressed as a girl, the other as a boy. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2416. 

Baby has a tooth. Representation 
of the head of a laughing baby in one 
corner, and of a boy with finger in 
his mouth in the other corner. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2410. 

Baby's pet names are. Representa- 
tion of baby's head in reclining posi- 
tion, full face view, at top ; and below, 
representation of a baby in sitting 
position holding his toe with one hand 
© lc. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2402. 

Dimensions. Representation of a 
child in standing position with arms 
raised and holding a level on top of 
head; also representation of child in 
standing position with a measuring 
tape around chest. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1929; G 2407. 

First bottle. Representation at top 
of a reclining child drinking from a 
bottle. Representation at bottom of 
the head of a child drinking from a 
mug. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2409. 

First Christinas. Representation of 
three uniformed soldiers carrying 
swords, and a cone-shaped figure bear- 
ing lighted candles. © l c . Dec 26, 
1929: G 2414. 



First journeys; first lessons. In 
one corner, representation of a child's 
head, face v.ew with bonnet; and 
diagonally therefrom, the head of a 
child wearing spectacles. © 1 c. Dec. 
26, 1929 ; G 2413. 

First words. Representation of a 
child holding a telephone. Microphone 
suspended above the child's head. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2412. 

First year. Representation of a 
ladder with child ascending the same. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2400. 

New bud on the family tree. Re- 
presentation of a baby, half length, 
with one hand to mouth. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2405. 

Sat alone, crawled, stepped. Rep- 
resentation of a seated child, back 
view ; a crawling child, side view ; and 
a walking child, three-quarters face 
view. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 2411. 

We love our child with an A be- 
cause he's Adorable. Representation 
of blocks bearing letters of the alpha- 
bet, and opposite to each block the 
figure of a child, the figures having 
different postures. © 1 c. Dec. 26; 
1929; G 2615. 

Weight. Representation of a beam- 
scale with a baby suspended at end 
thereof, and a globe suspended from 
other end. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; G 
24 OS. 

American bar assn., Boston. 13313 
Fraser (Laura Gardin) Sculpture: 
American bar association medal. 
Obverse: portrait of John Marshall 
with inscription. Reverse : Seated 
figure of Justitia with scales and 
sword. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1929 ; G 1978. 

American legion, Zanesville post no. 
29, Zanesville, O. 13314 

Mull (Gordon) Sculpture: 

Pershing (Gen. John J.) Medallion 
or plaque of Gen. Pershing, [Right 
profile.] © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1929 ; G 1867. 



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13315 



pt. iv, n. s., v. 24 



Aquilar (Antonio)* San Francisco. 

13315, 13316 

Models : 

Symbolic chair. An eagle fixing its 
plumage after the struggle for a liv- 
ing. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1929 ; G 2371. 

Symbolic sofa. Two eagles in the 
act of strangling a serpent while the 
latter is strangling and trying to bite 
them. The above represents the strug- 
gle for a living. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1929 ; 
G 2370. 

Art associates, inc., Boston. 13317 

Carli (Amerigo G. S.) Sculpture: 
Power (Rev. Patrick, J.) [Bust 

with lettering below] © 1 c. Nov. 23, 

1929; G 2229. 

Arthurs (Stanley M.)* Wilmington, 
Del. 13318 

Painting : 

Arrival of Gov. Printz at Fort 
Christiana. [Old sailing vessels, and 
Indians and white men in small boats 
in foreground. Group of people on 
shore in right background] © 1 c. 
Oct. 8, 1929 ; G 1930. 

Augustson (Carl Axel Alfred)* 
Chicago. 13319 

Painting : 

Swedish pastoral, no. 1. Landscape 
with boy, dog, two cows and one calf. 
© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1929 ; G 1976. 

Ayo (Amanda P.)* Atlanta. 13320 

Design : 

Silhouette [of man, woman and child. 
Peddler at right, woman and little 
child at left. Circular frame] © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1929 ; G 2087. 

Ballin (Hugo)* Pacific Palisades, 
Calif. 13321 

Painting : 

California. A mural decoration in 
the First national bank, La Jolla, 
Calif. [Triptych. At left: Spanish 
soldier, priest and two Indians stand- 
ing on cliff overlooking harbor and 
sailing vessel. Center : six figures 
grouped around counter upon which 
are scales. At right : man, woman and 
child in covered wagon. Buildings 
and airplane in background] Size 33' 
x 11'. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1929 ; G 2355. 

Banks (John)* Woodstock, N. Y. 

13322, 13323 

Sculpture : 

In action. Soldier with gun resting 
on stump of tree sighting gun ready 
to fire. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1929; G 1951. 



Reconnoitering (Possumus et vinci- 
mus) Two soldiers against back- 
ground of trees, one kneeling, other 
standing, with guns in their hands. 
© 1 c. Oct. 17, 1929; G 1952. 

Barclay brothers, Barre, Vt. 

13324-13334 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Babson memorial, 2164. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2474. 

Barnes memorial, 2163A. © Dec. 
24, 1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2472. 

Bowers memorial. 2163B. © Dec. 
24, 1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2473. 

Daniel Hanes memorial, 2161 1-2. 
© Nov. 14, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2209. 

Egdahl memorial, 2159. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2040. 

Jackson memorial, 2168. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2478. 

Moses DePere memorial, 2161. © 
Nov. 14, 1929 ; 2 c.. Nov. 22 ; G 2211. 

Munson memorial, 2165. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2475. 

St. Angel memorial, 2162. © Dec. 
24, 1929; 2 c. Dec. 30; G 2471. 

Simpson memorial, 2167. © Dec. 
24, 1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2476. 

Wayte memorial, 2166. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2477. 
Barrett (Oliver Laurence)* Eugene, 
Or. 13335 

Sculpture : 

Paul Bunyan and Blue Ox. Figure 
•of strong, sturdy man standing beside 
large ox, the whole mounted on ped- 
estal, designed to represent spirit of 
mythical figure of Paul Bunyan and ox 
of Northwest logger tale fame. Size 
about 30 ft. high. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929 ; 
G 2379. 
Batchelder (John M.) Dixon. 111. 

13336-13340 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Andrews memorial, 1009. © Nov. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2217. 

Danielson memorial, 1011. © Nov. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2216. 

Harding memorial, 1012. © Nov. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2220. 

Hazeltine memorial, 1006. © Nov. 
14, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2218. 

Jipson memorial, 1014.. © Nov. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2219. 
Belotti (Attilio Louis) San Francisco. 

13341 

Harris (M. M.) Drawing: 

Thorobred. A silver black fox sit- 
ting in an artistically connected semi- 



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circle with a background of wire net- 
ting, the whole is placed directly over 
a block on which the word Thorobred 
appears. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1929 ; G 1872. 

Bensiger brothers, New York. 

13342, 13343 

Wante (Paul) Paintings: 

My God, my God, why hast thou 
forsaken me? [Christ crucified at left. 
Three figures at foot of cross : one 
seated on ground, woman standing 
with arms outstretched, man at her 
side] © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1929; G 2231. 

Mysteriuin fidei. [A priest stand- 
ing at altar, making offering to a 
vision of the crucified Christ. Man 
kneeling before altar] © 1 c. Nov. 
25, 1929 ; G 2232. 

Berry (Margaret)* Los Angeles. 

13344 

Drawing : 

Hier, aujourd'hui et demain. Sil- 
houette group of three female figures 
in dancing position. [Tall slender tree 
behind them] © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1929; 
G 2020. 

Bertolucci (Annibale) Boston. 

13345, 13346 
Gironi (J. R.) Sculpture: 
Power {Rev. Patrick J.) Bust 

without arms, eleven inches tall. © 

1 c. Dec. 23, 1929 ; G 2369. 

Power {Rev. Patrick J.) Statue 23 
inches tall, left hand on breast, right 
hand by side holding prayer book. © 
1 c. Dec. 12, 1929 ; G 2331. 

Bianchi (Frank)* Dallas. 13347 

Design : 

Composition of technical classic 
cantilever architectural face design. 
© 1 c. Nov. 9, 1929 ; G 2099. 

Binyon (Caroline Bean) Washington. 

13348 

Bean (Caroline Van H.) pseud. 
Painting: 

Court-house, Dayton, Ohio. © 1 c. 
Aug. 14, 1929 ; G 2089, 

Blake (Chas. G.) co„ Chicago. 13349 
Blake (Charles E.) Design: 
Columbarium, J. W. Gary family. 

Columbarium providing receptacle for 

placing the ashes of deceased persons. 

© 1 c. Oct. 14, 1929; G 1943. 

Bloom (J. F.) & Co.,* Omaha, Neb. 

13350, 13351 

Designs : 

Hart memorial, 1305. Monolithic 
tablet of Gothic design ornamented at 
top of panel. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1929; 
G 1990. 



Mason, garden type memorial 1265, 
with center die with name thereon ; an 
urn thereon with Egyptian carved 
ornamentation ; and wings at each side 
with carved band of Egyptian orna- 
ment. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1929 ; G 1989. 

Board of public education, Pittsburgh. 

13352 
Stephan (Elmer A.) Design: 
Children's flag. A flag of white with 
gold stripes across the ends and gold 
fleur-de-lis in center. White fleur-de- 
lis on the gold one, white H in each 
corner of flag on gold stripe. © 1 c. 
Oct. 10, 1929 ; G 1938. 

Bonori (Henry A.)* Woodside, L. I., 
N. Y. 13353 

Sculpture : 

Columbus (Christopher) Barre Ver- 
mont granite monument. Statue of 
Christopher Columbus in front, and the 
ship St. Maria in the back. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1929; G 1970. 

Boone (James Boornazian)* Los An- 
geles. 13354 

Drawing : 

Oriental rug exchange, Los Angeles, 
Cal. Drawing of two camels in the 
horizon, a palm tree and a rising sun 
on background. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1929; 
G 1973. 

Boulton (Joseph Lorkowski)* Ridge- 
field, Conn. 13355 

Sculpture : 

A-hunting we will go. Group of 
eight lions walking; first and third 
are males. © 1 c. Nov. 19, 1929; G 
2150. 

Bouvier (Adrienne M.)* Brookline, 
Mass. 13356 

Drawing : 

Paschal Baylon {Saint) O. F. M., 
patron of all Eucharistic congresses. 
[An arched plaque. Three-quarter 
length figure of a monk, with hands 
folded, looking up at a lighted candle] 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1929 ; G 2372. 

Braun memorial art co., Joliet, 111. 

13357 
Braun (Carl C.) Design: 
Braun memorial. © Nov. 8, 1929; 

2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2210. 

Brookart bronze Corp., Brooklyn. 

13358 
Wilder (Louise and Bert) Sculp- 
ture : 
Cat lying on stand with head up 
and looking into bowl. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 
1929; G 2131. 



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Brower (Irving B.) Riverside, 111. 

13359 
Frybort (Charles Fischer) Drawing: 
War memorial monument. [High 
monumental shaft emerging from 
spreading base of classic architectural 
design with columns. Monument sur- 
mounted by spread-eagle] © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1929; G 1988, 

Brown (William H.)* Hastings, Neb. 

13360 

Drawing : 

Family tree. A picture of a forest 
tree providing branches for the respec- 
tive names of the ancestors of the 
person named on the trunk thereof. 
© 1 c. July 20, 1929 ; G 1896. 

Bruseth (Alf)* Seattle. 13361 

Drawing : 

E. Z. [Circular design with border 
of four rings, one inside the other. 
Solid letters, E. Z., in center and space 
between them forming a person's fig- 
ure] © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1929 ; G 2310. 

Bryan (Harry F.) Chicago. 13362 
Handsaker (Dorothy) Drawing: 
Merry Christmas. Child dressed as 

a clown and forming a star, with 

greeting radiating therefrom. © 1 c. 

Dec. 19, 1929; G 2359. 

Burnham (Roger Noble)* Los Angeles. 
13363-13365 

Sculpture : 

Dawn. Undraped female figure in 
relief looking and flying upward, arms 
outstretched. Side view. © 1 c. Dec. 
17, 1929; G 2352. 

Dusk. Undraped female figure in 
relief sinking downward, arms out- 
stretched, legs crossed. Side view. © 
1 c. Dec. 17, 1929 ; G 2353. 

Three warriors. A modernistic 
group of a sailor, a soldier and a ma- 
rine, their shoulders forming square. 
© 1 c. Dec. 17, 1929; G 2351. 

Butterworth (Charles Edward)* New- 
ton Highlands, Mass. 13366 

Sculpture : 

Power (Rev. Father Patrick J.) 
Bust. © 1 c. Dec. 9, 1929 ; G 2323. 

Caccavo (D.) & go., Barre Vt. 

13367, 13368 
Caccavo (Domenico) Designs: 
Bernard memorial, 104. Die and 
base. Base has margin around upper 
part, the balance being natural rock. 
Die is polished two faces, front is 
carved, ends and top are hammered 
finish. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1929; G 1963. 



Tennyson memorial, 105. Die and 
base. Base has margin around upper 
part, the balance being natural rock. 
Die is polished, two faces, front is 
carved, ends and top are hammered 
finish. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1929 ; G 1964. 

Cairns (Hugh)* Boston. 13369 

Sculpture : 

MacDonald (Ramsay) Bust of 
Ramsay MacDonald, Prime Minister of 
Great Britain. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1929; 
G 1974. 

Camm (Charles E.)* Long Beach, 
Calif. 13370-13373 

Paintings : 

Golf green and tee box, with a slab 
set into the ground having a painting 
of one of the missions thereon. © 1 c. 
Oct. 12, 1929; G 1967. 

Golf green, with tee box, tee, and 
club-house in distance. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1929; G 1965. 

Old mission golf course. Gate to a 
golf course, of mission style and show- 
ing a green in the distance. © 1 c. 
Oct. 12, 1929; G 1966. 

Tee box, with a painting of the mis- 
sion thereon. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1929; G 
1968, 

Campbell (Vivian Z.)* Belmont, Mass. 

13374 

Sculpture : 

Old man Par. [Figure sitting, 
Buddha fashion, a golf ball for a head, 
clubs back of left shoulder, tees on top 
of head and circle behind] © 1 c. 
Dec. 30, 1929 ; G 2484. 

Cecere (Gaetano)* New York. 13375 

Sculpture : 

Boy and fawn. Small boy with bow 
in one hand. Fawn at his feet in re- 
clining position, with head thrown 
back. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1929 ; G 1993. 

Charrier (Zella M.) New York. 13376 
Burghly (Yvonne T.) Design: 
For mayor, the man with a heart 
for you. Campaign flag of white, a 
blood red heart '£ii) center, with letter- 
ing] © 1 c. Oct. 28, 1929; G 2158. 

Chicago cardboard co., Chicago. 

13377-13385 
Sigrist (Augustus J.) Designs: 
Christmas tree. [Representation of 

a Christmas tree on a modernistic 

background] © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1929; G 

2034. 



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Christmas wreath. [Representation 
of Christmas wreath with bow of rib- 
bon, on background of four tall prisms 
side by side] © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1929; G 
2028. 

Deer and tree. [White silhouette on 
dark background, modernistic style] 
© 1 c. Nov. 1, 1929; G 2035. 

Ducks and cat-tails. [White sil- 
houette on black background. Three 
sections, altogether showing three cat- 
tail stalks and two ducks. © 1 c. Nov. 
1, 1929; G 2036. 

Elephant. [Standing on hind legs, 
holding placard. Mounted on low 
base] © 1 c. Nov. 1. 1929 ; G 2029. 

Giraffe. [Standing figure of giraffe 
against modernistic background] © 
1 c. Nov. 1. 1929 ; G 2030. 

Jack in the box. [Looking to left 
and pointing with left arm] © 1 c. 
Nov. 1, 1929; G 2031. 

Santa Claus. [Standing figure of 
Santa Claus holding placard on left 
shoulder] © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1929; G 
2033. 

Toy soldier. [Standing with left 
arm raised sideward. Placard in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1929 ; G 2032. 

Childs (Jefferson A.) Comstock Park, 

Mich. 13386 

Childs (LeRoy Francis) Design: 

Safe(ty) advice. Drawing in colors 

of a railway semaphore with the word, 

Stop below the upper arm, followed by 

the phrase, Safety first every time you 

drive ; the first letters of each word, 

except the word Drive, forming the 

word, Safety, on the lower arm. © 

1 c. Nov. 7, 1929 ; G 2161. 

Chipps (Walter)* Grand View. Mo. 

13387 

Painting : 

Sod shanty on the claim. [View 
from right hand fore corner of one- 
story shanty, one window and door in 
front, door and two windows on the 
side] © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1929 ; G 2328. 

Christian science pub. soc, Boston. 

13388 

Todd (Henry Stanley) Painting: 

Eddy (Mary Baker) Portrait. 

[Oval design. Head turned slightly 

to left] © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1929 ; G 2356. 

Coale (Griffith Baily)* New York. 

13389-13405 

Paintings : 

Chance meeting with Dorothy seals 
Sir John's fate. Man watering horse 



carrying woman. [Village in back- 
ground. Elizabethan period] © 1 c. 
Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2155. 

Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall 
first sees Sir John Manners. Woman 
being escorted from room, man looking 
on. [Man holding door open is bow- 
ing. All in Elizabethan costumes] © 
1 c. Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2153. 

Dorothy's disguise deceives Sir John. 
Man with sword meeting another. 
[Arch opening in high wall in back- 
ground. Elizabethan period] © 1 c. 
Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2151. 

Dorothy's quick wit allays her 
father's suspicions. Man standing at 
left. Woman sitting on lap [of man 
concealed by dark cover, sitting in a 
chair, at right] © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929; 
G 2190. 

Dorothy's satire amuses Queen 
Elizabeth. Woman dancing before a 
queen. [Men and women standing be- 
hind queen's throne. All dressed in 
Elizabethan style.] © 1 c. Nov. 18, 
1929 ; G 2189. 

John and Malcom save their ladies 
from three desperados. Men on horses 
fighting. [Ladies in coach at left. 
All in Elizabethan dress] © 1 c. Nov. 
18, 1929 ; G 2154. 

Mary Queen of Scots arrives at Had- 
don Hall a prisoner. Woman being 
received and escorted from carriage. 
[Elizabethan period] © 1 c. Nov. 18, 
1929; G 2157. 

Pageantry of the history of com- 
merce by sea. Ancient Egyptian and 
Roman galleys, viking ship and olden 
caravels. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929; G 
2181. 

Ancient ship with square sail 

and oars. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929; G 
2187. 

Early sailing vessel with cross 

on sail. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2184. 

Modern steamship and airplane 

carrier of the navy, with N. Y. C. sky- 
line in the background. © 1 c. Nov. 
18, 1929 ; G 2183. 

Sailing ship and early side- 
wheel steamer. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929 ; 
G 2185. 

Submarine and sailing ship. © 

1 c. Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2186. 

Ten types of old sailing vessels 

and two old time steamers. © 1 c. 
Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2182. 

Sir John is carried unconscious to 
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Coale (Griffith Baily)*— Continued, 
diers carrying a man. [All in Eliza- 
bethan dress] © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929; 
G 2188. 

Sir John Manners carries off Dor- 
othy Vernon of Haddon Hall. [Man 
with woman in his arms leaving 
building at right. Man and horses 
waiting on road below. Elizabethan 
period] © 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929; G 2156. 

Sir John Manners of Rutland Castle 
[and] Dorothy Vernon of Haddon 
Hall. [Left to right in panel: man, 
tree and woman. Elizabethan period] 
© 1 c. Nov. 18, 1929 ; G 2152. 

Coleman (Roberta) East Orange, N. J. 

13406 
Coleman (Patricia J.) Drawing: 
Tasty Texans. Representation of a 

cowboy shooting a gun with each hand. 

[Lettering below] © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1929 : 

G 1908. 

Contempora, inc., New York. 

13407-13411 

Breuhaus (Fritz August) Draw- 
ings: 

Kurt. Artistic colored drawing [of 
stems each with a globular body at- 
tached at top, and short parallel 
needles projecting from one side.] © 
1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2247. 

Luz. Artistic four color drawing 
[of flowers, leaves and stems] © 1 c. 
Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2245, 

Oswald. Artistic four color draw- 
ing [of leaves of various sizes and 
shapes] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2244. 

Ralph. Artistic colored drawing [of 
round bodies in various sizes scat- 
tered over a background of vertical 
parallel lines] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; 
G 2248. 

Taska. Artistic colored drawing [of 
numerous small flowers apparently 
falling diagonally from right to left] 
© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2246. 

Continental travelers assn., inc., Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 13412 
Shaw (Ivers) sign co. Design: 
Emblem, Continental travelers assn., 
inc. [Oblong panel with lettering, 
Rooms, at top ; C. T. A. shield em- 
blem below] © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1929: 
G 2116. 

Cook (Robert L.)* Rochester, N. Y. 

13413 

Design : 

Apex monument. A design of oc- 
tagonal plan section incorporating a 



pot in front for plants. © 1 c. Oct. 
21, 1929 ; G 2309. 

Corning glass works, Corning, N. Y. 
13414, 13415 
Carder (Frederick) Sculpture: 
Luminor. A rectangular base of 
opaque material surmounted by a bub- 
bly cone of crystal, clear glass. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1929 ; G 1898. 

A rectangular base of opaque 

material surmounted by a bubbly 
globe of crystal, clear glass. © 1 c. 
Aug. 28, 1929; G 1897. 



Cortes (Frances) New York. 



13416 



Hoffman ( Grace ) Drawing : 
When in need of pep reach for a 
sweet. [A pair of women's hands in 
center, with right hand holding piece 
of candy. Dish of candy in other 
hand. Insets at four corners. Left 
and right at top : girl skiing and girl 
diving. At bottom are man's hands ; 
the left holding telephone, the right 
holding candy. In the other inset is a 
man playing tennis.] © 1 c. Nov. 19, 
1929; G 2330. 

Craske (Leonard)* Boston. 

13417-13419 

Sculpture : 

American soldier of the last war. 
Heroic figure in the round marching 
with full pack, overcoat, rifle slung 
on right shoulder, and gas mask ready 
for use. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1929 ; G 2003. 

Naval panel of the war of 1812, 
showing a section of deck and rigging, 
and the sea beyond, an officer and five 
men round a gun. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 
1929; G 2001. 

Spanish war panel showing three 
lines, four deep, of marching men 
headed by an officer. Spanish uni- 
forms, overcoats and capes. © 1 c. 
Oct. 29. 1929 ; G 2002. 

Crouch (William)* Crum Lynne, Pa. 

13420 

Drawing : 

Goofy Gus. Comic strip character. 
[Man in light trousers and vest, and 
dark coat, with hands in pockets] © 
1 c. Nov. 22, 1929 ; G 2338. 

Cvnthia sweets co.*, Cambridge, Mass. 

13421 

Painting : 

Miss Cynthia. [% length full front 
figure of girl in evening dress carry- 
ing fan on right arm and holding a 
flower in her hand. Bowl of roses at 
left] © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1929 ; G 1878. 



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DaPrato (A.) co., Boston. 

13422-13424 
Gironi (Raffaello) Models: 
Exposition for blessed sacrament, 

1824. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 1929; G 1850. 
Gironi (Ralph) Model: 
Power {Rev. Patrick J.) 15 inch 

statue. [Priest with book in left hand 

hanging at side ; right hand over 

heart] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2243. 
Palla (Ferdinand©) Model: 
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, 167. 

Statue, height 5 ft. © 1 c. Aug. 27, 

1929; G 1845. 

Daprato statuary co.*, Chicago. 

13425-13443 

Models : 

Blessed Bernadette, 247. Statue of 
saint shown in a kneeling position, 
with a candle in her left hand and a 
rosary in the right hand. © 1 c. Nov. 
11, 1929 ; G 2105. 

Crucifix, 4503. shows figure repre- 
senting Our Lord nailed to the cross. 
© 1 c. Nov. 11, 1929; G 2111. 

Exposition niche, 1795. consisting of 
an exposition platform surrounded by 
four posts upholding the domelike top. 
Three lights are on either side of the 
exposition. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1929; G 
2108. 

Gothic altar, 4521-A. Ornate in de- 
sign, relief of death of Our Lord in 
antipendium, angels on either side of 
exposition, outline of cross •in back 
wall of exposition. © 1 c. Nov. 21, 
1929; G 2237. 

Gothic station, 4460. Veronica wipes 
the face of Jesus. [Station of the 
cross 6] © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929 ; G 1917. 

Group of Little Flower in glory, 
4632, shows figure of the Little Flower 
surrounded by clouds of roses. © 1 c. 
Oct. 5, 1929 ; G 1919. 

Guardian angel, 3482. Statute shows 
figure in the act of guiding a small 
child. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929; G 1916. 

Ignatius (St.) 937. Statue of saint 
in a black robe with long black cape. 
He holds a book in the left hand and 
with his right hand is pointing out 
the reading matter. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 
1929 ; G 2106. 

John of God (St.) 3935. Relief 
shows a bust form of the saint who is 
in prayer. A ray of light beams on 
his face. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1929; G 
2110. 

Jude (St.) 1074. Statue shows the 
saint holding a medal with the Sacred 
Heart ( !) pictured thereon in his 



right hand and a club in the left 
hand. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1929; G 2107. 

Mother of Grace, 222. Our Blessed 
Mother standing on the serpent. Her 
hands are outstretched. © 1 c. Nov. 
11, 1929 ; G 2104. 

Our Lady Help of Christians, 119. 
Statue shows Blessed Mother holding 
the Infant in her left arm and a 
sceptre in her right hand. Infant has 
his arms outstretched. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 
1929 ; G 1914. 

Roman altar, 4558. not very ornate. 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1929 ; G 1935. 

Roman station, 4461. Jesus expires 
on the cross. [Station of the cross 12]. 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929 ; G 1918. 

Sanctuary lamp, 3618. Gothic stlye, 
holder of glass is in the form of long 
leaves. © 1 c. Nov. 11, 1929; G 2109. 

Scholastica (St:) 4635, shows saint 
with staff in the right hand and a 
book in the left hand. Th a face and 
eyes are turned upward. © 1 c. Nov. 
11, 1929 ; G 2112. 

Shrine of the Little Flower in glory, 
4648. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929 ; G 1921. 

Statue of the Little Flower in glory, 
4633, shows the saint standing on 
clouds with roses all around. An 
angel is on either side of her, one with 
roses, the other with lilies and a 
crucifix. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929; G 1920. 

Vincent de Paul (St:) 971. Statue 
shows St. Vincent with an infant in 
one arm and the other arm on the 
shoulder of a little boy. © 1 c. Oct. 
5, 1929; G 1915. 

Deininger (Ralph E.)* New York. 

13444 

Drawing : 

Homestead. Outline, in black and 
white, of small house with sloping 
roof. No background. No detail. © 
1 c. Oct. 15, 1929 ; G 1953. 

Demjanovich (Charles C.) Darlington, 
N. J. 13445 

Raggi (Gonippo) Painting: 
Miriam Teresa (Sister) [Three- 
quarter picture of a Catholic Sister 
seated, holding a book. A crucifix on 
wall in background] © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1929 ; G 2133. 

De Vaga (Gail)* Palo Alto, Calif. 

13446-13448 

Drawings : 

Case of imported Scotch. [Two 
Scotch terriers seated on a large 
wicker hamper] © 1 c. June 24, 1929; 
G 1995. 



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De Vaga (Gail)* — Continued. 

Three musketeers. [Figures of 
three Airedales standing] © 1 c. 
June 24, 1929 ; G 1994. 

Whoopee puppie. [Seated figure of 
bulldog] © 1 c. June 24, 1929; G 
1996. 

Dillev (Perry)* San Francisco. 

13449-13453 

Models : 

Child head for a puppet or mario- 
nette. Expression wondering. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1929 ; G 2121. 

Fantastic head for a puppet or 
marionette. Expression smiling, puck- 
ish. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1929 ; G 2118. 

Man head for a puppet or mario- 
nette. Expression serious. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1929 ; G 2117. 

Old person head for a puppet or 
marionette. Expression contempla- 
tive. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1929 ; G 2119. 

Woman head for a puppet or mario- 
nette. Expression sweet and gentle. 
© 1 c. Nov. 4, 1929 ; G 2120. 

Dodcls granite co., Milford Mass. 

13454-13456 
Moore (C. Lenwood) Design: 
Ellis-Jipson memorial Blissfield, 
Mich. Special design memorial with 
upright polished center tablet and 
curved wings either side and a plat- 
form, pedestal and urn to front of die. 
© 1 c. Sept. 25, 1929 ; G 1899. 
Peterson (E. N.) Designs: 
Flynn memorial. Special design 
memorial with upright polished center 
tablet, with wings curving down grace- 
fully from either side, and vases on 
pedestals at each end of wings. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1929; G 1900. 

Flynn memorial, C-9023. Special 
design memorial with wings curving 
down from either side with base and 
vase at each end of wings. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1929; G 1901. 

Dolan (Albert H.) Chicago. 13457 

Carmelite Fathers. Sculpture : 
Scapular medal, semi-octagonal in 
shape. On one side, image of Christ 
with heart exposed. On reverse, image 
of Virgin holding child. © 1 c. Oct. 
18, 1929 ; G 1954. 

Donohue (Harry Eversfield)* New 
York. 13458 

Sculpture : 

Anthony of Padua (Suint) carrying 
the infant Jesus in the right hand and 
a book in the left. Height 28 inches. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1929 ; G 2453. 



Edstrom (David) Los Angeles. 13459 
Edstrom (David) and Schindler (R. 
M. ) Drawing : 

Man triumphant. Figures of man, 
[woman,] child [and] dog [standing 
at top of sloping piece of monument] 
Thou must, I must, I aspire, I am — 
four reliefs illustrating theme of 
monument. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1929; G 
2090. 

Faranda (Ferdinand) Comstock, N. Y. 

13460 
Mills (Orville Love) Drawing: 
If (you'd only see me as I am seeing 
you). Scene is taken from a road 
side. A tramp, with a tear in his eye, 
is looking at a girl's face pasted on a 
billboard. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1929; G 
2088. 

Fergoda (William Oliver) * San Fran- 
cisco. 13461 

Sculpture : 

No-evil. Group of three child 
figures facing same way : first figure, 
both hands over ears ; second figure, 
both hands over eyes: ; third figure, one 
hand over mouth, other hand on bench. 
Figure of stork embossed on arm of 
bench. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1929 ; G 1886. 

Ferguson (Abner C.)* Denver. 13462 

Painting : 

Good shepherd. A painting 3 ft. by 
4 ft. in colors in oil [showing a shep- 
herd standing in midst of six sheep in 
field, holding a lamb in his arms. 
Small brook in foreground] © 1 c. 
Dec. 13, 1929 ; G 2348. 

Ferrari (Febo)* Short Beach, Conn. 
13463-13465 

Sculpture : 

Goethe. [Compact group of hetero- 
geneous objects] symbolizing the work. 
Faust, of Goethe. [Sculpture in the 
round] © 1 c. Nov. 21, 1929; G 2178. 

Shakespeare. [Compact group of 
heterogeneous objects] symbolizing 
some of the works of Shakespeare. 
[Sculpture in the round] © 1 c. Nov. 
21, 1929; G 2179. 

Tiger with a cub. [Tiger walking, 
carrying in her mouth a cub by the 
nape of its neck] © 1 c. Nov. 21, 
1929 ; G 2180. 

Field museum of natural history, Chi- 
cago. 13466, 13467 

Knight (Charles R.) Paintings: 
Restoration of prehistoric ground 
sloths and glyptodonts. [Three pre- 
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fours, another eating from tree. Two 
glyptodonts at right] © 1 c. Oct. 3, 
1929 ; G 1895. 

Restoration of prehistoric mammoth. 
[Four mammoths ascending hill from 
behind two pine trees at left. Two 
rhinocerus at right] © 1 c Oct. 3, 
1929 ; G 1894. 

Fleming (Ivan Ellsworth)* Lincoln, 
Neb. 13468 

Drawing : 

Poppy day. The American legion 
and the American legion aux [Poppy 
silhouette in arched panel in center. 
A female figure in flowing robes, at 
right and left, each holding a lettered 
banner. Spread eagle, with dove at 
right and left surmounted by Statue 
of Liberty in background] © 1 c. 
Nov. 7, 1929 ; G 2098. 

Fluid-d'or co., ltd., Winnepeg, Mani- 
toba, Canada. 13469 

Downes (Lionel Fielding) Drawing: 
Interpretational dance. Represent- 
ing two dancing figures in the nude. 
© 1 c. Oct. 7, 1929 ; G 1929. 

Forbes litho. mfg. co.,* Chelsea, Mass. 

13470 

Painting : 

Masquerade. [Head and shoulders, 
full front view of girl with head 
draped with scarf, turban-fashion, and 
long earring] © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1929; 
G 1879. 

Forest lawn memorial-park assn., inc., 
Glendale, Calif. 13471, 13472 

Vignali (Gusmano) Sculpture: 
Ascension, 19. [Covered urn with 
ornamentation in relief, and two 
handles representing head and neck 
of a bird] © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1929; 
G 2128. 

Commemoration, 4. [Covered urn 
with ornamentation in relief, and four 
legs, standing on circular base. The 
handles are rings fastened in lions 
mouths] © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1929 ; G 2129. 

Friedlander (Leo)* New York. 

13473-13475 

Designs : 

Departure: [Front, right side, rear, 
and left side views of nude male fig- 
ure holding shield in left hand, 
mounted on horse. Nude female figure 
standing at right of horse's head, and 
child on man's knee] © 1 c. Dec. 12, 
1929 ; G 2333. 



Valor. [Front, left side, rear, and 
right side views of a nude male figure 
mounted on a horse. Nude female fig- 
ure stands at left of horse's head] 
© 1 c. Dec. 12, 1929; G 2332. 

Sculpture : 

National valor, or Potential Amer- 
ica. Design for an equestrian. Rider 
on horse representing the man power 
in a symbolic way, and female figure 
representing the spirit of the nation 
in defence. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1929; 
G 2354. 

Frost & Reed, ltd., Bristol, England. 
13476, 13477 
Munnings (A. J.) Paintings: 
Bramham moor hounds. Pack of 
hounds passing across to left of pic- 
ture accompanied by three mounted 
huntsmen. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1929 ; G 1964. 
Going to the meet. Pack of hounds 
coining over the top of a hill, led by a 
scarlet coated huntsman on a gray 
horse. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1929; G 2374. 

Gathmann (Paul John)* Lombard, 111. 

13478 

Drawing : 

Bunny goes fishing. Pen and ink 
sketch of a bunny rabbit carrying a 
fishing pole and line, said line having 
a large fish hook depending from it. 
© 1 c. Nov. 6, 1929; G 2091. 

Georgia marble co., Tate, Ga. 

13479-13486 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Berliner (memorial) 3025. © Sept. 
27. 1929 ; 2 c. Oct. 1 ; G 1883. 

Helius memorial, 4412. © Dec. 24, 
1929; 2 c. Dec. 30; G 2483. 

Horder memorial, 2386. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2480. 

Hutton memorial, 2742. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2481. 

Marshall (memorial) 2537. © Sept. 
27, 1929 ; 2 c. Oct. 1 ; G 1882. 

McQueen memorial, 3331. © Dec. 
24, 1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2482. 

Miller memorial, 2376. © Dec. 24, 
1929 ; 2 c. Dec. 30 ; G 2479. 

Sisler (memorial) 2751. © Sept. 
27, 1929 ; 2 c. Oct. 1 ; G 1884. 

Gino (Frank)* Chicago. 13487,13488 

Painting : 

Frances Xavier Cabrini. (Mother) 
Portrait of founder of Missionary Sis- 
ters of the Sacred Heart. [Three- 
quarter length figure seated] © 1 c. 
Nov. 6, 1929 ; G 2097. 



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Gino (Frank)* — Continued. 

Sculpture : 

Pisha (Evelyn) One at time. High 
relief portrait. [Head of woman 
emerging from background, looking up, 
with lips pursed] © 1 c. Nov. 11, 
1929; G 2103. 

Gogolin (Jacob P.)* Denver. 13489 

Painting : 

Just in the nick of time. [Horse- 
man shooting buffalo attacking Indian 
on horse at right] © 1 c. Dec. 16. 
1929 ; G 2349. 

Gomez (Ellis J.)* Philadelphia. 

13490-13492 

Designs : 

Memorial 650-S. © Dec. 24, 1929: 
2 c. Dec. 30; G 2470. ■ 

Monument, 700-S. [A large heart 
on face of stone with star of David 
above surmounted by crown; other 
conventional ornamentation] © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1929 ; G 2326. 

Monument, 750-S. [Monument, sim- 
ple in design, with die surmounted by 
piece ornamented with star of David, 
foliage, and border] © 1 c. Dec. 10, 
1929 ; G 2327. 

Goodbody (Kate H.)* Branford, Conn. 

13493 

Model : 

Mencken (H. L.) [Medallion of 
bust. Right profile view] © 1 e. Nov. 
4, 1929 ; G 2038. 

Goodman (Clifford John)* Galveston, 
Tex. 13494, 13495 

Designs : 

Smokes, [Two cigarettes, one burn- 
ing; word, Smokes, at top of each] 
© 1 c. July 25. 1929 ; G 1468. 

Smokes, cigarettes. [Three panels. 
In center of top is a burning cigarette 
diagonally across a circle, the smoke 
forming word Smokes above. Oblong 
inset at right and left, lettering below. 
Cigarette with smoke forming lettering 
in center panel. In third panel is 
rectangle arched at top and bottom 
with double border] © 1 c. July 25, 
1929; G 1469. 

Gordon (Bernard)* New York. 

13496, 13497 

Sculpture : 

Sirkin (Nahum) Bust. © 1 c. Oct. 
30, 1929 ; G 2022. 

With the sea-horse. Group of two 
figures : a girl with a sea-horse held 
in front. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1929 ; G 2023. 



Gorham mfg. co., Providence, R. I. 

13498 

Kirmse (Marguerite) Sculpture: 
Scotty. Illustrating a Scotch Ter- 
rier looking over a wall. Height 8 
inches. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1929 ; G 2329. 

Graham & Wagner, inc., Alliance. O. 

13499 

McClellan (Harry C.) Design: 
Weir memorial. [Plan, front eleva- 
tion and end elevation] © July 2, 
1929 ; 2 c. July 5 ; G 2176. 



Gugler (Eric)* New York. 



13500 



Design : 

Proposed development of Battery 
Park. Bird's-eye view showing pro- 
posed plan. [Greater New York in 
right background. Water in fore- 
ground and at left] © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1929 ; G 2456. 

Haas (John G.)* Yonkers, N. Y. 

13501 

Drawing : 

Sursum corda, set on musical notes 
represented by little hearts, and above 
a design marked by a large bar in 
whose center are placed a heart, a 
cross and two candlesticks. © 1 c. 
Nov. 19, 1929; G 2175. 

Haberman (Bertha) and Haberman 
(Marie) Springfield, Mo. 13502 

Haberman (Marie) Model: 
Hazel Nutt. To hell with care. Full 
length figure of woman sitting, tongue 
extended, eyes wide open, hand folded 
on stomach, feet crossed, hair red, eyes 
blue. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1929 ; G 2238. 

Hack (Maude McPherson)* Altadena, 
Calif. 13503 

Drawing : 

Lead kindly light. Sister McPher- 
son. An idealistic interpretation of the 
functioning and purpose of a light- 
house, modelled into a figure resem- 
bling a personage who is leader of a 
church organization in L. A., Calif. 
© 1 c. Oct. 29, 1929 ; G 2021. 

Hafner (Charles Andrew)* New York. 

13504 

Sculpture : 

Grief. Carrara marble statue, % 
life size, in the round. [Nude female 
figure seated on a flat stone base with 
head bowed on left arm which is rest- 
ing on her knee. Right hand on left 
ankle] © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1929; G 2345. 



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Hagan (John) New York, and Cure 
(Raymond) Belleville, N. J. 

13505-13512 

Cure (Raymond) Designs: 

Alabama day dream. [Negress hold- 
ing negro baby ; her day dream being 
represented by — negro boy studying, 
group of political supporters, and man 
delivering speech. Lettering below] 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1929 ; G 2451. 

Between calls. [Interior of a train. 
Negro man and woman at left. Man 
selling refreshments going down the 
aisle. Younger negro couple at right. 
Lettering] © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1929; 
G 2452. 

Boy scout. [Oblong panel arched at 
top. Two boys fighting and boy scout 
pointing to signboard he has just 
painted standing on crest of hill in 
background. Bright sun above. Ther- 
mometer at left side of panel. Cat 
with exploding firecrackers tied on tail 
running toward the right] © 1 c. 
Nov. 30, 1929; G 2276. 

Mighty pen. [Semicircular lettering 
in design of sunset and clouds, in up- 
per, right hand corner. Negro watch- 
ing pigs in pen at left center, another 
digging at right. Three calendars be- 
low and much lettering] © 1 c. Nov. 
30, 1929 ; G 2279. 

Not a cough in a shipload. [Four- 
teen boxes of cough drops piled up at 
right. Two boxes at left. The upper 
one bearing lettering and pictures of 
two men. The lower one bearing let- 
tering and pictures of two women] © 
1 c. Nov. 30. 1929 ; G 2387. 

Roscoe wins. [At upper right is 
negro on his knees praying in midst of 
watermelon patch. Sun and rays form 
background. At lower right a negro 
is seated leaning against a tree, eat- 
ing watermelon. Head and hand of 
Father Time at left edge of picture 
reaching toward a calendar. Letter- 
ing below] © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1929; 
G 2278. 

Solemn bivouac at Valley Forge. 
[Oblong panel with arched top. Revo- 
lutionary soldiers on camp ground. 
Small fire at lower left corner below a 
thermometer. Lettering at top and 
bottom] © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1929; G 2277. 

Collins (Edna) Sculpture: 

Panel of the bronze door. Panel rep- 
resenting three figures. [Nude youth 
standing on hands of man and woman, 
parting curtains in background. Row 
of books below] © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1929; 
G 2306. 



Handsaker (Dorothy)* Chicago. 

13513 

Drawing : 

Dorothy Handsaker wishes you an 
all 'round merry Christmas. Child- 
clown braced inside a circle surrounded 
by words. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1929; 
G 2360. 

Harper (Martha Matilda) inc., Roches- 
ter, N. Y. 13514 

Wolff (Edwin D.) Drawing: 
Bottle, shaped like a female figure 
of the colonial period, the neck of the 
bottle forming the neck of the figure 
and the upper part of the stopper rep- 
resenting the figure's head. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1929; G 1997. 

Hercules powder co.*, Wilmington, Del. 

13515 

Painting : 

Let's go. [Three hunting dogs rush- 
ing toward hunter standing with back 
to slightly opened door] © 1 c. Oct. 
1, 1929; G 1876. 

Hintermeister (Hy)* Brooklyn. 13516 

Painting : 

Christmas in the 18th century. 
Young couple with two children visit- 
ing grandparents. Young wife, helped 
by husband, just stepping down from 
one horse sleigh. Grandpa hugs boy, 
grandma holds baby. Left background, 
cottage and two colored servants. © 
1 c. Oct. 3, 1929; G 1893. 

Hofmann (Edmund)* Chicago. 13517 

Sculpture : 

Marquita. [Nude female figure half 
reclining on a modernistic base, look- 
ing at a large crystal ball at her left 
side] © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1929; G 2343. 

Holden (Sanford S.)* Kenilworth, 111. 
13518-13520 

Paintings : 

Birches. [Brook with waterfall in 
foreground, birches on right and left 
banks. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1929 ; G 1875. 

Mountain pines. [Path running 
through center of picture of hill bor- 
dered with trees. Mountains in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1929; G 1874. 

Water babies. [Baby, and dog with 
tongue hanging out, playing in water] 
© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1929; G 1873. 

Hood (Jennings) Philadelphia. 13521 
Freund (Rud) and Sinnock (J. R.) 

Sculpture : 

Crest of class 1933, United States 

military academy, depicting an eagle 

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Hood (Jennings) — Continued, 
surmounting a shield with projectile 
applied. Letters U. S. M. A. 1933. 
© 1 c. Dec. 13, 1929 ; G 2337. 

Hunt (Esther)* New York. 13522 

Sculpture : 

Chinkie. Statue of a little Chinese 
girl holding a duck in her arms and 
laughing. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1929; G 
1998. 

Ingraham (Edward Macomber)* Bos- 
ton. 13523 

Drawing : 

My, my, how we have progressed. 
Drawing showing comparison of colo- 
nial methods [of criminal punishment] 
with the modern. [Man in stocks at 
left, and man in jail with luxuries at 
right] © 1 c. Nov. 1, 1929; G 2037. 

Israelet (Ber)* New York. 13524 

Design : 

Head of Mephistopheles. [Full face 
view of head with horns; base form- 
ing collar] © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1929; G 
2228. 

Israelite House of David, Benton Har- 
bor, Mich. 13525-13531 

Rosetta (Frank) Sculpture: 

Benton Harbor high school. Work 
in relief. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1929 ; G 2393. 

Diamond house — House of David. 
Model in half round, showing front 
portion. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1929 ; G 2388. 

Good Shepherd — House of David. 
A work in relief showing Good Shep- 
herd knocking at the door. © 1 c. 
Dec. 16, 1929; G 2389. 

Horse — House of David. Work in 
relief. [Right profile view of horse 
with left forefoot raised] © 1 c. Dec. 
16, 1929; G 2394. 

Lincoln (Abraham) House of David. 
Work in relief showing [right profile 
of head of Lincoln] © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1929; G 2390. 

Log cabin — House of David. A 
work in relief. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1929; 
G 2391. 

Shiloh — House of David. Work in 
high relief showing front portion. © 
1 c. Dec. 16, 1929; G 2392. 

Jenkins (Joseph Basil)* Oklahoma 
City, Okla. 13532 

Sculpture : 

Pilot. Statuette bust. An air pilot 
with flying helmet and jacket, on low 
base. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1929 ; G 1912. 



Jennewein (Carl Paul)* New York. 

13533-13535 

Sculpture : 

Akroteria, Philadelphia museum of 
art. One decorative winged animal. 
© 1 c. Dec. 20, 1929 ; G 2364. 

Akroteria, Philadelphia museum of 
art. Two winged horses on either side 
of decorative column. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1929; G 2363. 

Eagle, on Arlington memorial bridge, 
Washington, D. C. [Figure of an eagle 
with wings half spread] © 1 c. Oct. 
29, 1929; G 2000. 

Johannes (Theodore)* East Liverpool, 
O. 13536 

Sculpture : 

Last Supper [in relief, on plaque] 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929 ; G 2339. 

Johnson (Henry Joseph)* Lowell, 
Mass. 13537, 13538 

Sculpture : 

Illuminated glass cross and heart 
statue. [Figure of Jesus with hands 
at breast exposing a heart, three stars 
and cross] © 1 c. Dec, 14, 1929; G 
2342. 

Illuminated glass heart statue. [A 
female figure dressed in flowing robes, 
arms outstretched. A large heart and 
three stars on her breast] © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1929; G 2341. 

Johnston (Randolph W.)* Toronto, 
Canada. 13539 

Sculpture : 

Little pal. Statuette of Davey Lee 
[standing with hands in trouser pock- 
ets] © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1929; G 1907. 

Jones (John Paul) Atlantic City. 

13540 
Walter (Hugh) Painting: 
Atlantic City all the time, Atlantic 
City the world's playground. The girl 
rises from ocean in mermaid spiritual 
form in back of Atlantic City Conven- 
tion hall, hotels, boardwalk and beach. 
She holds the flags of all nations rep- 
resenting Atlantic City the world's 
playground. In back of the girl is a 
clock with words, All the time, etc. 
© 1 c. Nov. 25, 1929 ; G 2230. 

Jones brothers co., Boston. 13541-13553 
McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 
Bayne memorial, 40279. © Oct. 30, 

1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2041. 

Bishop memorial, 40282. © Oct. 

30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2042. 
Bohme memorial, 40277. © Oct. 30, 

1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2043. 



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Hollister memorial, 40276. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2044. 

Jousandt memorial, 40281. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2045. 

Morgan memorial, 40278. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2046. 

Rawlinge memorial, 40284. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2047. 

Holland memorial. 40283. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2048. 

Saunders memorial, 40280. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2049. 

Scott memorial, 40275. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2050. 

Spencer memorial, 40274. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2051. 

McLaughlin (Robert W.) Design: 

Memorial, 1050. © Nov. 14, 1929; 
2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2227. 

Poor (Albert W.) Design: 

Memorial, 1049. © Nov. 18, 1929; 
2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2226. 

Keck (Charles)* New York. 13554 

Sculpture : 

Peace memorial statue representing 
a winged female figure with arms 
raised, standing on the globe which is 
supported on a pedestal located in the 
center of a curved seat. © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1929 ; G 2239. 

Klinker (Orpha)* Los Angeles. 

13555, 13556 

Drawings : 

Girl's head with bobbed hair, a fan 
at side of face. Girl placed in lower 
left-hand cornei with a series of 
graduating circles back of head that 
increase in size to top edge. © 1 c. 
Sept. 21, 1929 ; G 1982. 

Girl's head, with scarf blowing. Girl 
placed in lower left-hand corner with 
series of graduating circles back of 
head that increase in size to edge at 
top. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1929; G 1981. 

Klubnik (Joseph George)* Winthrop 
Beach, Mass. 13557,13558 

Drawings : 

Curley Hub mayor. Word Hub in 
center of cog wheel, Curley on top and 
mayor on bottom between word hub 
and outer rim. Curley mayor repre- 
sent spokes of wheel, Every vote a cog 
in the, on rim above Curley, Machine 
of progress, on rim below mayor. Cogs 
on outer rim all around wheel. © 1 c. 
Sept. 28, 1929 ; G 1869. 

Good life and a long one. Upright 
white flesh spread hand emerging from 
green cuff. Latter emerging from coat 



sleeve. Cigars inserted taking place 
of fingers, named, pinky, ring, middle, 
index, thumb. Big blue five cents in 
center of palm. Handmade on wrist, 
cuffs and sleeves represent ash tray. 
Cigar on tray named life line ; smoke 
of this cigar rising into life line of 
hand. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1929 ; G 1902. 

Koenig brothers, Jersey City, N. J. 

13559, 13560 

Koenig (Jacob) Designs: 

Immaculate Conception. Orna- 
mental statue group consisting of Im- 
maculate Conception of Blessed Virgin 
Mary on one side, St. Theresa on other 
side, angel with holy water font in cen- 
ter, crucifix in center top, glass tum- 
bler and candle in center of base. 
© 1 c. Nov. 26, 1929; G 2234. 

Sacred Heart of Jesus. Ornamental 
statue group consisting of Sacred 
Heart of Jesus on one side, Sacred 
Heart of Mary on other side, angel 
with holy water font in center, cruci- 
fix in center top, glass tumbler and 
candle in center base. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1929; G 2235. 

Kohl (John A[dams]*) Cincinnati. 

13561 

Painting : 

Cincinnati, Queen of the West. 
[Symbolic picture showing various 
forms of transportation, industry and 
the arts. Background : contrasting 
modern city at left and pioneer de- 
velopment at right] © 1 c. Oct. 8, 
1929; G 1956. 

Lane (Katharine W[ard])* Manches- 
ter, Mass. 13562 

Sculpture : 

Dark warrior. Bronze statue of a 
greyhound in standing position. © 
1 c. Oct. 15, 1929 ; G 1944. 

Lariviere (E. L.) Calais, France. 

13563-13565 

Courquin and Vittrant. Designs : 

Bell border. Ball shaped figures 
with flowers, leaves and vines. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1929 ; G 1889. 

Flower spray. Spray of flowers, 
leaves and vines. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1929 ; G 1888. 

Roses and buds. Flowers, leaves and 
buds. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1929; G 1955. 

Lathrop (Gertrude Katherine)* Al- 
bany, N. Y. 13566, 13567 

Sculpture : 

Pair of fawns. Bas-relief. [Profile 
view of each in square panel with 



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Lathrop (Gertrude Katherine)* — Con. 
plain pediments. Fawns in kneeling 
position on fore-legs, one with hind 
leg raised] © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1929; G 
2240. 

Soldier, kneeling on one knee, hold- 
ing broken flag staff in right hand, 
left hand holding one corner of flag 
© 1 c. Nov. 4, 1929; G 2160. 

Leach (Louis Lawrence)* Taunton, 
Mass. 13568, 13569 

Sculpture : 

Ecce Homo. A bas-relief, based upon 
Reni's painting, rectangular, showing 
only the head of Christ. © 1 c. Dec. 
30, 1929 ; G 2488. 

Shepherds at the manger. Recessed 
oval in rectangular background. Seated 
figure of Mary holding Christ child, 
surrounded by three shepherds. Plate 
below oval carrying Christmas wish in 
raised letters. © 1 c. Dec. 30, 192,9; 
G 2489. 

Lebas (Tiburce) Calais, France. 

13570 
Bricout and Turtier. Design : 
Calais. Flowers, vines and leaves. 

© 1 c. Oct. 25, 1929 ; G 1985. 

Lee (Mary Klyde)* San Diego, Calif. 

13571 

Painting: 

Pussy in boot. [A golash with head 
of a kitten protruding from the top.] 
© 1 c. Dec. 9, 1929 ; G 2322, 

Lenox, inc., Trenton, N. J. 13572, 13573 

Huntington (Robert L.) Sculpture: 
Dawn. [Nude] female figure [in] 

sitting pose, on architectural base. 

© 1 c. Oct. 24, 1929; G 1992. 

Leda. [Seated semi-nude] female 

figure with swan. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 

1929 ; G 1991. 

Lesch (Rudolf) New York. 13574-13607 
Bloch ( Marcel ) Drawings : 
Paris, Colonne de la Grande armee. 
Tall monumental column with statute 
of a man on top rises in the middle 
background. Foreground is a street 
with buildings on either side. © 1 c. 
Nov. 5, 1929 ; G 2083. 

eglise Notre Dame. Fagade of 

the cathedral of Notre Dame occupies 
the middle background. Foreground 
is a wide street before it with a group 
of three people. © 1 c. Nov. 5, 1929 ; 
G 2079. 

eglise Saint Germain l'Auxerois. 

Church with tall square tower behind 



a row of trees ; street in foreground 
with groups of people standing about. 
© 1 c. Nov. 5, 1929 ; G 2080. 

eglise Saint Severin. Church 

of St. Severin occupies a corner in the 
middle background. A carriage stands 
before it, and in the foreground are 
two ladies and a child. © 1 c. Nov. 
5, 1929 ; G 2084. 

Hotel et musee de Cluny. 

Buildings of Hotel de Cluny and the 
Museum de Cluny at the left back- 
ground : a stone wall with foliage on 
top at the right ; courtyard in middle. 
© 1 c. Nov. 5, 1929; G 2086. 

La Porte Saint Denis. Arch of 

Saint Denis at the left background 
flanked by rows of houses. Street 
with iron railing at left, in foreground. 
Ladies standing at rail. © 1 c. Nov. 
5, 1929 ; G 2085. 

La Sainte Chapelle. Church of 

St. Chapelle occupies a corner in 
middle background. Foreground is a 
street with several groups of people. 
Two ladies and man in right front. 
© 1 c. Nov. 5, 1929 ; G 2081. 

La Tour St. Jacques. Tower of 

St. Jacques stands in the middle back- 
ground behind a fence and a few small 
trees. There are buildings on each 
side of the street before it. © 1 c. 
Nov. 5, 1929 ; G 2082. 

Oassiero (H) Drawing: 

En.Hallande. Roadway in left fore- 
ground leads through arch in gabled 
building at the left of a stream. Two 
market women in road. Group of trees 
on bank before building. © 1 c. Dec. 
4, 1929 ; G 2290. 

Charlet ( Jacques ) Drawings : 

Eglise du village. Cathedral in the 
background with a square tower sur- 
mounted by weathercock. Group of 
houses with lone tree near bridge 
across stream in foreground. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1929 ; G 2291. 

Etang (L') A lake occupies the 
middle portion with bank at right. 
Small boat near bank. Five trees at 
extreme left. Church with several 
houses in background on left bank. 
© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1929 ; G 2292. 
Maison de Bois. Foreground is a river 
with a three-arch bridge at right. On 
the far side is a house on the bank, 
of Tudor style architecture. Church 
spire in the distance. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 
1929 ; G 2201. 

Pecheur. Foreground is a lake. In 
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the bank of the lake, with a group of 
trees at its right. Left background is 
a group of trees. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1929 ; 
G 2200. 

Village Flammand. A stream flows 
from right foreground to middle back- 
ground. A white house stands on 
right bank with a single tree before it. 
Bridge spans stream near house. © 
1 c. Dec. 4, 1929 ; G 2293. 

Codron (Jef) Drawings: 

Beguinage. Row of gabled buildings 
extend across background. Brick road 
leads from foreground through an 
arched gateway in the rear which sep- 
arates two groups of buildings. © 1 c. 
Nov. 22, 1929 ; G 2198, 

Pont du Cheval. A row of houses on 
the right bank of a stream, forms the 
background, with the belfry tower of 
Bruges in the distance. Two swans 
swim in the stream to the right of 
bridge. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1929 ; G 2294. 

Pont Flamand. On either side, in 
the foreground, are the enclosing brick 
walls leading to a bridge which in- 
clines to the right. Middle background 
shows a three-story gabled house. © 
1 c. Nov. 22, 1929 ; G 2199. 

Quai Flammande. A canal with 
double arched bridge and houses, at 
left. Two women, one with yoke and 
pails, stand on stone walk in fore- 
ground. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929 ; G 1958. 

Ruelle d'Antan. A paved alley-way 
leads from foreground past three 
gabled houses with arched windows. 
Row of houses at end of alley-way 
with cathedral faintly in background. 
© 1 c. Dec. 4, 1929 ; G 2295. 

Vers la chapelle. The brick railing 
of a bridge occupies the foreground, 
turning to the left at sharp angle. 
Two women walk over the bridge to 
chapel in rear. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929; 
G 1959. 

Geudens ( A. ) Drawings : 
Frigate. Interior showing a chair, 
part of a table with jug and plate on 
it, a chest on which stands a large 
ship model ; portion of fireplace shows 
at right: tile floor. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 
1929 ; G 2197. 

Hall (Le) A hall with stairs lead- 
ing upwards. Tile floor divided into 
alternate dark and light squares. 
Statue of Madonna and child on chest 
at left between two candles. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1929 ; G 2296. 



Mannucci (C.) Paintings: 
Festa (La) Foreground is a group 
of people masked and in carnival at- 
tire. Two pillars rise in the back- 
ground surmounted by sculptures. To 
the left rear is a square tower and a 
dome. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1929; G 2346. 

Gloria. Portrait of a woman of 
Spanish Gypsy type. Reel dress with 
yellow front and yellow flowers, dark 
hair, dark eyes, gold ear-ring. Dark 
background. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1929; 
G 2347. 

Neste (Alfred Van) Drawings: 
Cour aux tilleuls. Foreground is a 
courtyard with gateway through house 
at rear ; row of trees at left ; figure 
of woman coming from steps at right. 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929; G 1957. 

Maison du Vannier. Foreground is 
a walk bounded by a wall along a 
stream. In the middle, steps lead 
down to the river bank. A house is 
at the left on the near side. © 1 c. 
Nov. 22, 1929; G 2194. 

Maison rustique. Gabled house 
with three chimneys in the right back- 
ground, with arched gateway to the 
left through which can be seen the 
masts of two vessels. Narrow road 
to the arch. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1929: 
G 2192. 

Pavillion (Le) Foreground is a 
wall along a canal with single tree. 
Across the water is a stone building 
with small bridge at its left. Door- 
way and steps lead to canal. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1929; G 2297. 

Pont de la Tour. Left foreground 
is a stream. Right foreground a paved 
road with wall along the bank. Bridge 
across stream at right-angle to road. 
Large leafy tree at intersection. © 
1 c. Dec. 4," 1929; G 2298. 

Pont cles Augustins. Brick wall 
with two trees at left of river over 
which passes a three-arch bridge. 
Group of trees and houses beyond the 
bridge. Female figure walking to- 
wards bridge. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1929; G 
2299. 

Porte d'Ostende. Foreground is a 
stream with a boat at the right. An 
old stone rampart with turrets stands 
on the bank at the left. Nearby is an 
old leafless tree. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1929 ; 
G 2193. 

Rigaux (L.) Drawing: 
Moulin Brabancon. Foreground is 
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Lesch (Rudolf) — Continued, 
on either side. A bridge passes over 
it and leads to mill in background. 
Mill-wheels visible on near side. © 
1 c. Nov. 22, 1929 ; G 2196, 
Simon (T. F.) Drawings: 
Coin de Notre Dame-bouquinistes. 
In the background the apse end of 
Notre Dame, Paris. In foreground an 
old man seated, and man in religious 
attire standing at bookstall, © 1 c. 
Oct. 5, 1929; G 1960. 

Port du New York. Foreground is 
the river on which are tugs and other 
boats. Background is the skyline of 
New York City, outlining the various 
prominent buildings. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 
1929 ; G 2195. 

Libby (Martha T.)* New York. 13608 

Model : 

Tears. Nude figure in weeping po- 
sition, half reclining on billows of 
tears. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1929; G 2122. 

Lifshitz (Arnold)* Detroit. 13609 

Drawing : 

Sacred Heart of Christ. [Head and 
shoulders of Jesus, full face view, 
right hand raised and left hand point- 
ing to Sacred Heart] © 1 c. Nov. 
4, 1929 ; G 2039. 

Lincoln (Jessie S.)* Great Falls, 

Mont. 13610 

Model : 

Russell (Charles M.) Cowboy art- 
ist [seated on a rock, holding paint 
brush and artist's palette] © 1 c. 
Nov. 11, 1929; G 2102. 

Livingstone (William) and Capone 
(Leonard) Boston. 13611 

Capone (Leonard) Sculpture: 
Powers '{Father Patrick) Bust. © 

1 c. Dec. 21, 1929; G 2366. 

Lloyd (Ann Gladys)* Sturgis, Mich. 

13612 

Design : 

Willoy design. Rectangular draw- 
ing 10%" by 6" ; four corners of rec- 
tangle occupied by four convention- 
alized leaf motifs ; center occupied by 
conventionalized flower motif, sur- 
rounded by eight conventionalized 
acorn motifs. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; 
G 2308. 

Lloyds of Texas*, Dallas, Tex. 13613 

Drawings : 

Mr. U. R. Dumb and Mr. I. M. 
Smart. Picture of cow straddling At- 
lantic Ocean with front feet on Amer- 



ican Continent and rear feet on Eu- 
ropean Continent. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1929; G 2367. 

Low (Will H.)* Bronxville, N. Y. 

13614 

Painting : 

Baptism. On the border of a stream 
a number of people are standing, look- 
ing out upon the water where, im- 
mersed partly, is a man in a black 
coat and white tie, the garb of a 
minister of religion, who with a ges- 
ture of his left arm seems to be offer- 
ing- a prayer. By his side, equally 
immersed, is a young girl robed in 
white about to receive baptism by im- 
mersion. A crowd of people further 
up the bank also watch the ceremony. 
© 1 c. Nov. 11, 1929; G 2101. 

Lucas (Marjorie von Zuben)* Fern- 
dale, Mich. 13615 

Design : 

Christmas flag. [Christmas; tree 
with star above, in center of holly 
wreath] © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1929; G 
2134. 

McCullough (Rebecca E.)* Pittsburgh. 

13616 

Painting : 

Lone eagle's dawn of hope. [Aero- 
plane in flight over sea] © 1 c. Dec. 
19, 1929 ; G 2361. 

MacGuire (William Edwin)* Holly- 
wood, Calif. 13617 

Drawing : 

Spirit of the fields. [Head with 
horns composed of various objects of 
the fields — insects, wheat, etc.] © 1 c. 
Dec. 7, 1929; G 2321. 

McKellar (Donald) Chippewa Falls, 

Wis. 13618 

Legget (Ethel) Drawing: 

Second coming. [Representation of 

Christ and angels in sky. People and 

tombstones in immediate foreground] 

© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1929; G 1892. 

Mackenzie (Frank J.)* Washington. 

13619 

Painting : 

Arrival of Col. Lindbergh on U. S. S. 
Memphis June 11, 1927, at Washington, 
D. C, after his successful flight to 
France. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1929 ; G 1931. 

Mangelsdorf (Harold Arthur Martin)* 
St. Louis. 13620 

Mundt (Henrietta) Painting: 
Humpty-dumpties, [A square de- 
sign snowing small Humpty-dumpty 
figures with lettered sign in center 



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and lettering, Humpty-dumpties, diag- 
onally across top] © 1 e. Oct. 25, 
1929; G 2123. 

Marie Bernard (R. P.)* Paris. 13621 

Sculpture : 

Christ couronne. Vetu d'une longue 
tunique a larges manches, et d'un man- 
teau imperial entierement rejete en 
arriere par les deux bras ouverts, etc. 
© 1 c. Oct. 25, 1929; G 1986. 

Marr and Gordon, inc., Barre, Vt. 

13622-13635 

McClellan (Harry C.) Designs: 

Angel memorial, 1181. © Nov. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2223. 

Daniels memorial, 1180. © Nov. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2224. 

Eastman memorial, 1174. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2058. 

Falk memorial, 1157. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2053. 

Franklin memorial. 1167. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2055. 

Fullerton memorial, 1177. © Nov. 
14, 1929; 2 c. Nov. 22; G 2215. 

Gothic memorial, 1170. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2057. 

Hayes memorial, 1179. © Nov. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2225. 

Hobart memorial, 1178. © Nov. 14, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 22 ; G 2214. 

MacLean memorial, 1176. © Oct. 
30, 1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2060. 

Pechar memorial, 1175. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2059. 

Roth memorial, 1155. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2052. 

Rundel memorial. 1159. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2054. 

Treat memorial, 1169. © Oct. 30, 
1929 ; 2 c. Nov. 4 ; G 2056. 

Martin (Pauline), Martin (Marie) & 
Martin (Celine) Liseux, Calvados. 
France. 13636 

Marie-Bernard Richomme Louis 
(Pere) Sculpture: 

Ther^se de l'Enfant Jesus ( Saint e) 
[with a crucifix and roses in left arm ; 
a single rose in her right hand out- 
stretched] © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1929; G 
2455. 

Mayer china co., Beaver Falls. Pa. 

13637-13649 
Beyrand (Andre) Designs: 
Alton pattern. A conventionalized 

French spray border pattern connected 

by bands having cross pieces. © 1 c. 

Dec. 10, 1929; G 2468. 



Athena pattern. A conventionalized 
classic Greek border with use of key 
design. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929 ; G 2466. 

Geneva pattern. A conventionalized 
spray pattern used to make a continu- 
ous border. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929; G 
2463. 

Hampton pattern. A French con- 
ventionalized border pattern with me- 
dallions. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929; G 
2467. 

Lorain pattern. A modernistic me- 
dallion pattern connected to make a 
border by wavy ribbon. © 1 c. Dec. 
10, 1929 ; G 2462. 

Shelton pattern. A continuous 
French border patern using a conven- 
tionalized shell as a motif. © 1 c. 
Dec. 10, 1929; G 2460. 

Granet (P. C.) Designs: 

Fairfield pattern. Conventionalized 
flower medallions connected by con- 
ventionalized leaf border. © 1 c. Dec. 
10, 1929 ; G 2461. 

Jasmine pattern. A conventionalized 
running leaf and flower border pat- 
tern. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929; G 2465. 

Kenton pattern. Conventionalized 
loop with solid border near edge. © 
1 c. Dec. 10, 1929; G 2457. 

Mallow pattern. Conventionalized 
mallow flowers and leaves connected 
by stems. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929; G 
2458. 

Melrose pattern. Conventionalized 
ornaments connected by garlands of 
conventionalized leaves. © 1 c. Dec. 
10, 1929 ; G 2459. 

Windsor pattern. A conventionalized 
border design of floral and leaf origin. 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1929 ; G 2464. 

Johnston (W. T.) Design: 
Harmony pattern. A repeating con- 
ventionalized border pattern consisting 
of intertwining vines broken by 
flowers. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1929; G 1913. 

Meissner & Buch, Leipzig. 13650-13657 

Aveline (F.) Painting: 

Young woman in evening dress, a 
rose on her shoulder, wearing a string 
of pearls which she is holding with 
one hand, 21665/668. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1929; G 2202. 

Bartning (L.) Painting: 

Blumenstuck, 578. Garden by the 
lake. The lower foreground is a 
grouping of bright flowers and grasses ; 
a landscape with lake appears through 
the group in the background. © 1 c. 
Nov. 19, 1929 ; G 2174. 



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Meissner & Buch — Continued. 
Haslehust (E. W.) Painting: 
Brook leading into a bridge, and a 

wooden shack in the background, 

21673/676. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1929; 

G 2203. 

Brooklet surrounded by a wilderness 
of large trees, 21677/680. © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1929 ; G 2204. 

Heber (Max) Painting: 

Little girl holding a bunch of daisies 
and wearing a daisy wreath in her 
hair, 21681/684. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1929 ; 
G 2205. 

Huth (Franz) Painting: 

Vase of flowers and a tulip on the 
table near the vase, 21657/660. © 1 c. 
Nov. 20, 1929; G 2206. 

Klein (C.) Painting: 

Bunch of roses lying on the ground, 
21661/664. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1929; 
G 2207. 

Pean (Rene) Painting: 

Young woman in a white fur wrap, 
with a corsage of flowers on her bosom, 
21669/672. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1929; 
G 2208. 

Memorial guild, Rockford, 111. 13658 

MeClellan (Harry C.) Design: 
Memorial 58. © Sept. 27, 1929 ; 2 c. 
Oct. 1 ; G 1885. 

Meyner (Walter)* New York. 13659 

Drawing : 

Cooperation is progress. [Circular 
drawing showing two workmen shak- 
ing hands in foreground. Background 
symbolizing building progress. Indian 
and tepee at left] © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
1929 ; G 1972. 

Minahan (Katharine) East Orange, 
N. J. 13660 

Gugler (Eric) and Fraser (Laura 
Gardin ) Design : 

Light's golden jubilee, 1929. Tower 
of light surmounted by electric bulb, 
perpetually lighted to honor Thomas 
Alva Edison. [A semicircular struc- 
ture with colonade facade, in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1929 ; G 1910. 

Minerva Statuary co., Chicago. 13661 

Minerva (Michael) Sculpture: 
Savior expiring. Crucifix (012) 
with the head bending on the left 
shoulder and the sight toward the 
sky. © 1 c. July 25, 1929 ; G 1400. 



Mintzer (Frank Joseph Lynwood)* 
Philadelphia. 13662 

Drawing : 

Girl. Head and shoulders [of] girl 
seated at the wheel of an automobile, 
driving. © 1 c. Oct. 29, 1929; G 1999. 

Mora (Francis Luis)* Gaylordsville, 
Conn. 13663, 13664 

Sculpture : 

Peace. War memorial. Figure of 
Christ in center, seated. A figure of 
a shrouded soldier on either side of 
him. Cross as background of the 
group. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1929; G 1924. 

P^es of Pan. Figure of Pan in 
center of group. A gazele looking up 
at his right, while at his left a puma 
is also looking up and listening to his 
piping. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1929 ; G 1925. 

Morgan (Arthur C.)* Shreveport, La. 

13665 
Sculpture : 
- Etude, a mask. [Head turned 
slightly to right] © 1 c. Dec. 21, 
1929 ; G 2365. 

Mosgrove (Charles A.)* Mansfield, 
111. 13666 

Drawing : 

Multipicture. Seashore and Dutch 
windmill scene with word, Multipic- 
ture, above. © 1 c. July 27, 1929; 
G 1926. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co., Red Oak, la. 
13667-13692 

Armstrong (Rolf) Painting: 
You'll ne'er forget her. [Head of 

girl, full face view, chin raised] © 

1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2250. 

Bagg (H. H.) Paintings: 

Autumn in the Yosemite. [Moun- 
tain landscape with a stream and 
three large trees in central foreground] 
© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2251. 

Pike's Peak from Garden of the 
Gods. [Landscape. Path winding 
through center of picture, bordered by 
forests. Mountain peak in back- 
ground] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2252. 

Where the torrent rages. [Moun- 
tain waterfall, in center of picture, 
rushing through cleft in rocks] © 
1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2253. 

Coutts ( Gordon ) Paintings : 

Council of war. [Three Indian 
chiefs on horses, on rocky cliff in fore- 
ground. Valley and stream below, at 
left] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2254. 



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Indians. [Three Indians on horse- 
back descending hill in foreground. 
First Indian has right arm raised 
aloft] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2255. 

Shasta (Mt.) [Mountain land- 
scape. Stream running through forest 
in foreground] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; 
G 2256. 

Sheep. [Adult, child and flock of 
sheep on road running along stream 
in foreground. Trees on both banks. 
Mountains in background] © 1 c. 
Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2257. 

Goddard (L.) [pseud of L. G. Wool- 
fen den] Paintings : 

Baby mine. [Right profile view of 
young mother seated, holding a baby 
upright, head against breast] © 1 c. 
Nov. 29, 1929; G 2258. 

Daughter of the dawn. [Indian girl 
kneeling on rock in foreground over- 
looking stream below. A forest on op- 
posite bank of stream] © 1 c. Nov. 
29, 1929; G 2259. 

Garden of golden dreams. [Two 
figures in dancing costume in left fore- 
ground ; one half reclining, the other 
standing against pillar. Facade of 
Grecian structure, and mountains in 
background] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 
2260. 

Oh, what a pal is mother. [Woman 
sitting on grass in daisy field beside 
little girl. Another child standing be- 
hind woman with left hand on her 
shoulder. Trees at right ; mountains 
and lake in background] © 1 c. Nov. 
29, 1929 ; G 2261. 

Where love abides. [A home scene : 
man, woman and two children in front 
of fireplace. Man seated in chair with 
arms around shoulders of woman sit- 
ting on low stool, children playing on 
floor before them] © 1 c. Nov. 29. 
1929; G 2262. 

Hare ( J. Knowles) Painting: 
Vanity fair. [Full face view, head 
and shoulders of girl in Spanish cos- 
tume holding hand-mirror and fixing 
hair with right hand] © 1 c. Nov. 
29, 1929 ; G 2263. 

Lippert (Leon) Paintings: 
Come on up. [Garden scene. Little 
girl and Collie dog at top of two steps 
coaxing tiny puppy to crawl up bottom 
step] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2264. 
Moon maiden. [Draped figure of 
girl seated on rocky cliff in foreground. 
Young moon and clouds forming back- 
ground for girl] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 : 
G 2265. 



Moran (E. Percy) Painting: 

Washington's farewell to his officers. 
[General George Washington standing 
in center before fireplace, with men in 
Revolutionary uniforms standing at 
right and left] © 1 c. Nov. 29 ; 1929 ; 
G 2266. 

Plumereau (J.) Painting: 

Where nature paints with lavish 
hand. [Portico in foreground over- 
looking bay Math many sailboats on 
the water. City built on the rocky 
bank at left] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; 
G 2267. 

Stick (Frank) Painting: 

Hocked but not caught. [Trout 
fisherman with fish hooked on on line 
on snag in foreground. Camper and 
tent on bank of stream in left back- 
ground] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2268. 

Strachan (Claude) Paintings: 

Burns cottage. [Thatched-roof cot- 
tage with woman and girl in doorway, 
at left of road running through center 
of picture. Man with wheelbarrow, 
and several cows in middle of road] 
© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2271. 

Country road in England. [Country 
road in foreground leading to left past 
an English cottage. Man with flock 
of sheep on road in center of picture. 
Fields in distance] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 
1929 ; G 2270. 

Old English cottage. [Path leading 
through garden in foreground to a 
thatched-roof cottage. Woman and lit- 
tle girl standing at the door. A stream 
at left and fields in the distance] © 
1 c. Nov. 29, 1929; G 2269. 

Selworthy. [Entrance to English 
cottage in left foreground, with wind- 
ing stone steps leading to doorway. 
Flowers on both sides. Boy with rake 
over shoulder on path at right. Build- 
ing and trees on hill in background] 
© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2272. 

Tennyson's home. ^[Large English 
house in central background. Trees 
and shrubs in foreground] © 1 c. 
Nov. 29, 1929 ; G 2273. 

Where flowers bloom beside the cot- 
tage door. [English cottage at left. 
Woman in doorway feeding pigeons 
alighting on stone flagging walk in cen- 
ter of flower garden] © 1 c. Nov. 29, 
1929 ; G 2274. 

Wallis (W. H.) Painting: 

Christmas in ye olden tyme. [Win- 
ter scene. Roadside tavern at right. 
People at door bidding farewell to 
men and women driving away in a 
coach drawn by four horses. © 1 c. 
Nov. 29, 1929; G 2275. 



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Neily (Roy MacGregor)* San Fran- 
cisco. 13693 

Sculpture : 

Edison (Thomas Alva) Portrait 
bust. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1929; G 1977. 

Nelle (Anthony Z.)* New York. 

13694 

Drawing : 

Theatrical set showing two dancers 
seemingly reflected in the glasses of a 
pair of opera glasses. [Background is 
a face looking through opera glasses, 
and two hands raised holding them] 
© 1 c. Dec. 9, 1929 ; G 2324. 

Nelson (N. H.) Minneapolis. 13