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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
1J-S COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



' CATALOG 






OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 4 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

FOR THE YEAR 1940 
Nos. 1-12 




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 : 1941 



1-1010 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 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 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 1 



> UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
>' WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures) ; and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follov/s: "G", Class G, Works 
of art; "H'V Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; "I", Class I, Drawings 
or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "J", Class J, Photo- 
graphs; 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. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
plete calendar year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are nov/ as follows : 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper - — $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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

Part 2, Periodicals- 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions — 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations—- 2. 00 

Single numbers • 50 

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

All parts for complete calendar year - - - 10. 00 



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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, 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 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copy- 
right if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1940. 

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 Copyrights, 
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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Abbett, William F.* 1 

Rogers (Will) I never met a man I 
didn't like. © 1 c. Dec. 14, 1939; G 
34570. 

Anderson-Friberg co. 2-14 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Barnes, 2129.— Foreston, 2130-B.— 
Griffin, 2120.— Hartman, 2130-A.— Hel- 
mar, 2121.— Herndon, 2122.— Keller, 
2126.— Lanpher, 2128.— Marlin, 2119.— 
Marston, 2125.— Stoufer, 2127.— Temple, 
2124.— Wayman, 2123. © Nov. 10, 
1939 ; G 34601-34613. 

Bailey, Green & Elger, inc. 15 

Berkman (Morton) : 

Say it with flowers this spring. © 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1940 ; G 34703. 

Ball, John B. 16 

Welch (Clarence) : 
Huddle, (c) 1 c. Jan. 8, 1940; G 
34649. 

Berliner ( S. ) monument co. 17, 18 

Berliner (Ben) Memorial: 

Ginsberg. — Revzan. (c) 1 c. each 
Dec. 18, 1939 ; G 34774, 34775. 

Bernfeld, Max W. 19-22 

Fishman (Samuel B.) : 
Eagle grasping the American flag, 
with blank shield for copy. — I pledge 
allegiance to the flag of the United 
States of America . . . . — Liberty, se- 
curity, unity. — Liberty, unity, security, 
(g) 1 c. each Dec. 2, 1939; G 34672- 
34675. 

Bishop, Richard E.* 23-34 

Blue Larkspur. — Cavalcade. — Discov- 
ery. — Equipoise. — Exterminator. — Gal- 
lant Fox. — Man O'War. — Omaha. — Sea- 
biscuit. — Sun Beau. — Twenty Grand. — 
War Admiral. © Sept. 1, 1939; G 
34589-34600. 

Blume (Emile) co. 35 

Orsini (L.) : 
Gottesman memorial, (c) 1 c. Dec. 
13, 1939 ; G 34622. 

Bouvier, Pierre.* 36 

Petit chien au grelot. (c) 1 c. Nov. 
3, 1939 ; G 34650. 



Breitske, Melvin William.* 37 

Y'know, fellers, I can't fergit how I 
socked a rustler on th' head th' last 
time out here, (c) 1 c. Dec. 1, 1939 ; G 
34640. 

Bumbaugh, Kathleen L.* 38 

All American, (c) 1 c. Dec. 7, 1939 ; G 
34581. 

Carter, Sylvester Albert. 39 

Culpepper (Ray) : 
How do you show the apples in 
the bottom? (c) 1 c. Dec. 14, 1939; G 
34651. 

Chester, Arthur M.* 40 

Let's keep the Americas for Ameri- 
cans, (c) 1 c. Nov. 25, 1940 ; G 34621. 

Ciervo, Pasquale. 41 

Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc. : 
Ciervo memorial, (c) 1 c. Jan 13, 
1940 ; G 34694. 

Citizen's traffic commission. 42 

Murray (Harold) : 
Make Dallas first in '40 in national 
traffic safety .... (c) 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1940 ; G 34779. 

Clark, James L.* 43, 44 

Wild horses. — Wild sheep, (c) 1 c. 
each Jan. 8, 1940 ; G 34655, 34656. 

Cross bros. co, 45-53 

Geist (Angela A.) Paramount me- 
morial : 
Atwater, 5564.— Madder, 5570. © 
1 c. each Dec. 29, 1939 ; G 34577, 34579. 
La Chapelle (Leon J.) Paramount 
memorial : 
Bruning, 5586. © Dec. 27, 1939 ; G 
34584. 
McClellan (Harry E.) Paramount me- 
morial : 
Caxton, 5581.— Hinkle, 5582.— Mel- 
ton, 5579.— Rogers, 5580. © Dec. 27, 
1939; G 34582, 34583, 34585, 34586. 

Hauser, 5578. (c) 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1939 ; G 34580. 

Peterson (Edward R.) Paramount 
memorial : 
Ferguson, 5572. (c) 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1939 ; G 34578. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



54 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Cuna supply cooperative. 54 

Bergengren (Dorothy) : 

Cunadex. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940; G 
34693. 

Da vol, Ralph.* 55 

Faith in the forest. (Portrait of 

Elizabeth Pole) © 1 c. Dec. 21, 1939 ; 
G 34573. 

De Filippi, Armando Paolo.* 56 

Ex-libris. © 1 c. Dec. 1, 1939; G 

34571. 

Dwyer, Philip M. 57 

Head (John L.) : 

Roundup. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1940; G 

34776. 

Engstrom, Roy.* 58 

Christ. © Dec. 27, 1939 ; G 34654. 

Ettinger, Elizabeth. 59, 60 

Flannery (Vaughn) : 

Item no. 9 — Man o' War. — Road to 

Nottingham, Md. © 1 c. each Sept. 1, 

1939 ; G 34777, 34778. 

Far alia, Duane Raoul.* 61, 62 

Let there be peace. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 

1940 ; G 34738. 

Young Europe. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1940 ; 

G 34785. 

Franciscan friary. 63, 64 

Marchi (Vitalino) : 

Christ Child. — Throne, © 1 c. each 
Nov. 14, 1939 ; G 34587, 34588. 

General welfare federation of America, 
inc. 65 

Johnson (Arthur L.) : 

General welfare federation of 

America, official emblem. © 1 c. Jan. 

2, 1940 ; G 34617. 

Ghiloni, Aldo.* 66 

Amen. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1939 ; G 34743. 

Gifeord, Katharine C* 67, 68 

Toy cowboy and horse on desert. — 

Two toy bears, one sitting, one standing 

with imaginative South sea background. 

© 1 c. each Jan. 18, 1940; G 34763, 

34764. 

Giudici, Virginia. 69 

Sacchetti (Aurelio) : 
Giudici memorial. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 

1939 ; G 34572. 

Greenbaum, Dorothea. 70 

Torso of young woman. © Sept. 25, 
1939 ; G 34840. 

Griffith, Rupert A.* 71 

Barking emblems and the cyclone. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1939 ; G 34574. 



Grohn, Fred William. 72 

Grohn (Henry P.) : 

Draftsmen — Mystic Knights of the 
black ink and pencil. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1940 ; G 34783. 

Hay, Southard. 73 

Gittings (Eugene) : 

Eleanor Humbird memorial. © 1 
c. Dec. 28, 1939 ; G 34652. 

Hazelton, Marion E. 74, 75 

Sarkin (Jacob M.) : 
Pig. — Polar bear. © 1 c. each Jan. 
2, 1940 ; G 34623, 34624. 

Heisler, Joseph Henry.* 76 

Square deal spelling bee, by skill with 
darts. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1939 ; G 34575. 

Herzel, Paul.* 77, 78 

Golden pheasant. — Running deer. © 

1 c. each Jan. 17, 1940 ; G 34758, 34759. 

Hintermeister, John Henry.* 79 

Contemplation. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1940; 
G 34639. 

Hofeman, Malvina.* 80 

Baby 3 wks. old. © 1 c. Jan. 11. 
1940 ; G 34690. 

Howard, Caroline Pelton.* 81 

Morning mist. © 1 c, Jan. 15, 1940 ; 

G 34702. 

Huizeng, John D.* 82 

Huizeng memorial. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 

1940 ; G 34671. 

Hygrade monument works, inc. 83 

Livingston (Plenry) : 

Rosenblum monument. © 1 c. Nov. 

4, 1939 ; G 34278. 

Jennewein, C. Paul.* 84 

Female nude, seated with arms 
cross overhead, knees bent under body. 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940 ; G 34695. 

Johnson, George Beulow.* 85 

Nootsy. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; G 34638. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 86 

Magistris (Ugo) : 

Memorial, 5012. © Oct. 21, 1939; 
G 34614. 

Jones (Helena) 87 

Maison la Petite Puppet. © 1 c. Jan. 

5, 1940 ; G 34744. 

Kahili, Victor.* 88 

Maine lobsterman. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1939 ; G 34576. 

Kallus, Joseph L.* 89 

Bones. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1940 ; G 34762. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 1, 1940 



184 



Kleiner, Herman Joseph.* 90-97 

Boy angel with wings. — Girl angel 
with wings. — Modern Christmas tree. — 
Small boy cherub with wings. — Small 
soldiers, 2 in one piece. — Snowman. © 
1 c. each Oct. 15, 1939 ; G 34625, 34626, 
34628, 34629, 34631, 34632. 

Modern madonna. © Oct. 23, 1939; 
G 34630. 

Modern Santa, pack on back. © Oct. 
10, 1939 ; G 34627. 

Lake Wausau granite co. 98-110 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Andrus, 1130.— Benton, 1190.— Bol- 
ton, 1210.— D e c k e r , 1200.— Deitrich, 
1140.— Dexter, 1170.— Hartman, 1150.— 
Herman, 1160-B.— Hutchins, 1230.— 
Macey, 1220.— Wardley, 1180. © Dec. 
21, 1939 ; G 34677-34679, 34681-34688. 
Walker (W. W.) Memorial: 
Allen, 1240. © Aug. 31, 1939; G 
34689. 

Whitaker (Kenneth) Memorial: 
Marser, 1160-A. © Aug. 31, 1939 ; 
G 34680. 

La Ruea, Cassandra K.* 111-125 

Beatrix Dante costume. — B e a u t y 
glowing costume. — Carmaline dance 
costume. — Johana Sunn costume . — 
Peaceful dance costume. — Pompernel 
stream costume. — Romance of style. — 
Ruthena kiss. — S o m a joy costume. — 
Sublime sheerness costume. — Supernal 
grace costume. © 1 c. each Dec. 18, 
1939 ; G 34875-34885. 

Bos shava costume. — Nora Jay cos- 
tume. — Shine gold costume. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 13, 1939 ; G 34886-34888. 

Costume Sonie. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940 ; 
G 34676. 

Mahnken, Frederick.* 126 

Fugio 1787 — mind your business. © 
1 c. Jan. 2, 1940 ; G 34745. 

Moore, C. Lenwood.* 127 

Walsh memorial. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1940 ; 
G 34618. 



Morris & Bendien, inc. 



128 



Hope (W.) jr.: 

At the sign of the lantern. © 1 c. 
Dec. 7, 1939 ; G 34466. 

Murray (Fran) studios, inc.* 129-133 

Fran Murray studios, inc. © 1 c. 
Jan. 10, 1940 ; G 34780. 

General Tinker. — Heartrobber. — Mr. 
Go Baldy. — Orange zip. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 21, 1939 ; G 34657-34660. 



Myers, Fred D.* 134, 135 

Birds bearing gifts. — Birds playing 
golf. © 1 c. each Jan. 16, 1940; G 
34781, 34782. 

Nash, Mary Screven Arnold.* 136, 137 

Tucker (Rev. Francis Bland) — 

Tucker (Rt. Rev. Henry St. George) 

© 1 c. each Jan, 3, 1940 ; G 34619, 34620. 

New York world's fair 1940, inc. 

138-155 
Fredericks (Marshall) : 

Ape, 1-6. © 1 c. each Dec. 2, 1939 ; 
G 34443-34448. 

Gregory (Waylande) : 

Electron, 1-8.— Proton, 1-4. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 2, 1939 ; G 34431-34442. 

Newman, Benjamin H. 156-160 

America first. — America united. — 
American democracy. — Protect Ameri- 
can democracy. — United America. © 
1 c. each Jan. 4, 1940 ; G 34633-34637. 

Newman decor, inc. 161-167 

Harris (Susan) : 

Chinese female figure on pattern 
paper, 1241. — Chinese male figure on 
pattern paper, 1241A. — Large pink flow- 
ers with brown leaves, 1223 A. — Multi 
colored flowers in fluted vase on brown, 
1228. — ^Multi colored flowers in round 
vase on brown background, 1210. — 
White and pink flow^ers in brown bowi, 
1202A. — White flowers in bow^l and ash 
tray, 1202.— July 1, 1939; G 34746- 
34752. 

Nicholson, M. P. 168 

Erwin (Bernard) : 

Pick 'em Jim. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1940 ; G 34757. 

Ovsiew, Leon. 169-171 

Brenner (Gene) New old stories: 
Murderers of Macbeth, A-C. © 1 
c. each Jan. 8, 1940 ; G 34712-34714. 

Pajchl, Joseph.* 172 

Sitting on your ass and worrying 
won't help, (g) 1 c. Jan. 22, 1940; G 
34784. 

Paris etching society. 173-184 

Claude (Louis) : 

Polo, 51. — Saut du brook (Fence 
jump) 53. © Jan. 8, 1940; G 34755, 
34756. 

Polo, 52. — Saut de la riviere ( Water 
jump) 54. © Dec. 23, 1939 ; G 34647, 
34648. 

Lecomte (Paul Emile) : 

Vieux chene (Oak trees) 58. — 
Vieux saules (Willow trees) 57. © 
Jan. 8, 1940 ; G 34753, 34754. 



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185 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Paris etching society — Continued. 

Wood (Paul) : 
Arrivee (Arrival) 55. — Cockers 
(Cocker-spaniels) 124. — Depart (De- 
parture) 56. — En arret (Pointing) 
125.— En chasse (Hunting) 126.— Set- 
ters irlandais (Irish setters) 123. © 
Dec. 23, 1939; G 34641-34646. 

Rex granite co. 185, 186 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Holden, 340.— Tomlinson, 341. © 
Sept. 30, 1939 ; G 34615, 34616. 

Robinson galleries, inc. 187 

Creeft (Jose de) : 
Turkish Venus. © Oct. 15, 1939; 
G 34839. 

Safiford, Ruth Perkins.* 188-194 

Lee Mansion : 
Family parlor. — General Lee's bed 
chamber. — General Lee's office. — School 
and sewing room. — State dining room. — 
State drawing room. — Summer kitchen. 
© 1 Q. each Jan. 22, 1940; G 34786- 
34792. 

Shield (Waldron) co., inc. 195,196 

Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
Humphrey, 3699.— Schreiber, 5100. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 10, 1940; G 34710, 
34711. 

Sloman, Joseph.* 197 

Launching the mechanical kegs — 1778. 
©le. Jan. 20, 1940 ; G 34765. 

Spickler, Charles A.* 198 

Oh, wad some power. © 1 c. Dec. 

14, 1939 ; G 34653. 

Stehli bros. 199-220 

Benner (Many) : 
Chrysanthemum. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1940 ; G 34728. 
Lucas (Desire) : 
Automne a Espalion. © 1 c. Jan. 

15, 1940 ; G 34729. 

Marc (A.) : 

Gloucester, Mass. (Cape Ann) view 
of harbor. — Mount Vernon, Va., home 
of George Washington. — Washington, 
D. C, the Capitol. © 1 c. each Jan. 
15, 1940 ; G 34730-34732. 

Marc ( A. ) New York City : 
Central Park, westside. — City 
hall. — Fifth avenue seen from Central 
Park. — George Washington bridge. — 
Little Church around the Corner. — Low- 
er Broadway and Trinity church. — 
Lower Broadway seen from the Bat- 
tery. — L o w e r Manhattan, Barclay 
street. — Lower Manhattan, Gold 



street. — Lower Manhattan seen from 
Governor's Island. — Lower Manhattan 
with East River and Brooklyn bridge. — 
New York and Hudson River seen from 
Jersey City. — New York from Gover- 
nor's Island.— Public library and Fifth 
avenue. — Sixth avenue near Central 
Park. © 1 c. each Jan. 15, 1940; G 
34716-34718, 34721-34727, 34733-34737. 
Paguenaud (T. L.) : 

Voilier devant Messina. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1940 ; G 34720. 
Romberg (Maurice) : 

Porte a Fez. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1940 ; 
G 34719. 

Supko, Charles.* 221 

Octopus. © 1 c. Dec. 16, 1939; G 
34715. 

Townsend, Richard Laird.* 222, 223 
First load of wood. — Tobacco harvest 
in the Piedmont section. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 10, 1940 ; G 34739, 34740. 



Union granite co. 



224-229 



Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
Hanley, 704.— Melvin, 705.— Milne, 
708.— Murphy, 703.— Palmer, 706.— 
Wheeler, 707. © Jan. 10, 1940; G 
34704-34709. 

Vazah, inc. 230-244 

Scovil (Cora) : 

Bust and arms, 751, 982.— Sitting 
lady, 755.— Standing lady, 1750, 1751, 
1753. © 1 c. each Jan. 13, 1940; G 
34696-34701. 

Bust and arms, 980, 981.— Lady's 
head, IB.— Sitting lady, Wl.— Standing 
lady, W2, 752, 753.— Standing man, M- 
56. — Standing woman, 750. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 10, 1940 ; G 34662-34670. 



Waitz, Henry F.* 



245, 246 



Rogers (Will) © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1939; 
G 34742. 

Townsend's (Dr.) recovery plan. © 
1 c. Dec. 18, 1939 ; G 34741. 

Walther mfg. co., inc. 247 

Lister (James R.) : 
Textile style 5393. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 
1939 ; G 34516. 



White granite co. 



248-255 



White (E. L.) Memorial: 

Dunleavy, X-221. — Finnegan, X- 

222.— Flaherty, X-224.— Flanagan, X- 

223.— Kelly, X-225.— McMahon, X- 

226.— O'Hagan, X-215.— Sullivan, X- 
216. © 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1940; G 
34766-34773. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 1, 1940 



259 



Wittman, Alex.* 256,257 

After work. — Between work. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 17, 1940 ; G 34760, 34761. 



Woodward, George Pennock.* 258, 259 
Hen picked Henry. — Old hen. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 11, 1940 ; G 34691, 34692. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 -- - - 259 



CLASSES H-K 



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



Abshagen, Hans Friedrich. 260, 261 
Friihlingsahnen ; by Clemens Freitag. 

© Sept. 19, 1939 ; H 1537. 

Sonnige fllir ; by Mila Henschke. © 

Sept. 19, 1939 ; H 1538. 

Alexander, Jule. 262 

Slide bracket for a movable half win- 
dow screen. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; I 
25094. 

Altwater & bros. 263 

Industrial Pittsburgh. © July 9, 
1939 ; J 29728. 



American art works, inc. 



264-279 



Adventure bound ; by Hy. [i. e. John 
Henry] Hintermeister. — ^A dventure 
rides the waves; by D. Sherrin. — 
Another fish that got away; by Hy. 
[i. e. John Henry] Hintermeister. — At 
peace with the world ; by Mabel Rollins 
Harris. — Champions afield ; by Percival 
Rosseau. — Days to be remembered; by 
Beck. — H a p p y landings ; by B. De- 
vorss. — Hello, beautiful ; by Jules Er- 
bit. — Little Miss Sunshine; by Beck. — 
Magic of the mountains ; by W. M. 
Thompson. — Pius xii (Pope) — Riding 
high; by Edward N. Eggleston.— Safe 
after a big spill; by Stuart. — Sweet 
memories ; by Aston Knight. — Take it 
easy, boy; by Hy. [i. e. John Henry] 
Hintermeister. — Washington urges the 
call of a general congress; by Soare. 
© Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 42913-42928. 

American bank note co. 280, 281 

Commerce & transportation, 
V-80372.— V-80368. © Dec. 5, 1939 ; K 
44147, 44148. 

American viscose corp. 282-285 

For your trip to the sun . . . stripes 

and matching color in a Crown tested 

spun rayon fabric. © Dec. 15, 1939; 

K 44172. 

Mufti . . for at ease hours. © Jan. 

1, 1940 ; K 44169. 

Stripes . . and the knee length play. 

© Dec. 1, 1939 ; K 44170. 



Sunshine fashion in a Crown tested 
rayon crepe ... © Jan. 1, 1940; K 
44171. 
Arnold, Stanfield N. 286 

S a n t e e hydraulic mono-chart flow- 
chart — Williams-Hazen formula. © 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1940 ; I 25152. 

Asbury, Stanley Joseph. 287 

Asbury's (Stanley J.) vacuum frost- 
shields. © 1 c. Jan. 8, 1940 ; I 25136. 

Astro-scope publishers. 288 

Astro-scope junior. © Sept. 29, 1939 ; 
I 25023. 

Backus, Romayne Lyon. 289 

Yucca and clouds. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 
1939 ; J 29689. 

Bailey meter co. 290-302 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 
80F450T40PX. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; I 25076. 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 140F750P.— 
Bailey fluid meter chart, 180F500T325P, 
240F180T60P. © Oct. 13, 1939; I 
25069, 25070, 25081. 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 
275F1100T.— Bailey fluid meter chart, 
300F1800P60L.— Bailey recorder chart, 
1200KPM. © Nov. 22, 1939; I 25072, 
25075, 25079. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 40F600T40P. 
© Nov. 24, 1939 ; I 25077. 

150F600T900T. © Dec. 8, 1939 ; 

I 25080. 

750F1000T1500P. © Nov. 1, 

1939 ; I 25078. 

Bailey recorder chart, lOKX, 
150KT30V1. © Nov. 16, 1939 ; I 25073, 
25074. 

30L500P. © Aug. 4, 1939; I 

25071. 

Bailey meter co., ltd 

Bailey boiler 
L10F800T200P. © 
25029. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, L25C6-12. 
© Nov. 15, 1939 ; I 25030. 



303-309 

meter chart, 

Nov. 15, 1939; I 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 1, 1940 



368 



L140F400T800P. © July 18, 

1939 ; I 25025. 

L200F300P. © Nov. 16, 1939 ; I 

25031. 

Bailey recorder chart, L25L1000T. © 
July 17, 1939 ; I 25037. 

L40KX. © June 8, 1939; I 

25026. 

L700K-1. © Aug. 25. 1939; I 

25028. 

Barren, Charles Wisner. 310-313 

Infra-red closeup, Shakespeare's 
head, 9. — Original boar's head design 
of figure 11, restored . . 12. — Shake- 
speare's signet ring, 11. — X-ray expo- 
sures covering inscription era of Ash- 
bourne painting. 13. © Dec. 20, 1939 ; 
K 42905-42908. 

Barrie, Donald Conway. 814 

Word register. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; 
I 25117. 

Beatrice creamery co. 315 

Meadow gold products, 1940. © Nov. 
15, 1939 ; K 44089. 

Beeckman, Gerard Ten Eyck. 316, 317 
Memorial statue. — Monument from 
the Memorial. © Jan. 4. 1940 : J 29777, 
29778. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd. 818-322 

Between showers ; by John Little- 
johns. © Aug. 1, 1939 ; H 1540. 

Blue boy; by E. E. Milner, after 
Thomas Gainsborough. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; 
H 1542. 

Octavius {E. R. H. Prince) ; by E. E. 
Milner, after Thomas Gainsborough. 
© Sept. 1, 1939 ; H 1539. 

Strawberry girl ; by Arthur L. Cox, 
after Joshua Reynolds. © June 1, 
1939 ; H 1541. 

Swinburne (Edith) ; by Arthur L. 
Cox, after George Richmond. © Dec. 
1, 1939 ; H 1543. 

Bell, Robert S. 323 

Smoker's pipe holder. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1940 ; I 25102. 

Bemelmans, Ludwig. 324-327 

[Cathedral] 15564. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; 

K 44141. 

[Hound] 5531.— [Peke] 10550.— 

[Scottie] 5530. © Aug. 14, 1939: K 

44082, 44083, 44104. 

Berghoff brewing corp. 328 

Best on every point. © Dec. 16, 
1939 ; K 42956. 



Bernfeld, Max W. 329, 330 

America. — America always. © Dec. 
30, 1939 ; K 44066, 44067. 

Bessler, Frank. 331 

Frank Bessler, I wish you good luck. 
© Dec. 23, 1939 ; K 42820. 

Bevier, George M. 332 

San Jacinto monument. © 1 c. Dec. 
28, 1939 ; J 29693. 

Blackburn, Alvah. 333 

Saw gummer. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; 
I 25120. 

Blumenthal, Harry. 334 

Just rolling along. © Dec. 28, 1939 : 
J 29695. 

Bobritsky, Vladimir. 335,336 

[Madame and boy] 25530. © Aug. 

14, 1939 ; K 44073. 

[Surprise package] 15552. © Aug. 

14, 1939 ; K 44138. 

Bowlden, Earl T. 337 

Capital wheel conditioner. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; I 25124. 

Bov scouts of America. Elgin council. 

338 
Call of big timber. © Oct. 30, 1939 : 
K 44062. 



Breeze corporations, inc. 



339-348 



Breeze aircraft starter, book D-1239- 
C, drawing (^1630. — Breeze experi- 
mental parts, book B-1239-M, dravring 
SK-3090-10, book C-1239-E, drawing 
SK-3085.— Breeze flexible shafts and 
cases, book B-1239-N, drawing W-4370- 
11-X.— Breeze forms, book D-1239-E, 
drawing 132-40. — Breeze ignition 
switch, book D-1239-F, drawing XAA- 
35. — Breeze junction boxes, boolv B- 
1239-L, drawing 6942-12-1.— Breeze 
standard parts, book A-1239-S, draw- 
ing Y-1003-X-X, book B-1239-K, 
drawing Y-1016-X. © Dec. 27, 1939; 
I 25032-25037, 25039-25041. 

Breeze exhaust gas analyzer, book C- 
1239-G. drawing H-190-3-20. © Dec. 
27, 1939 ; I 25038. 



Brown, Edith Adams. 



349 



Howe's birthplace. © Nov. 25, 1939 : 
K 44214. 

Brown instrument co. 350-368 

Brown instrument co. chart, 1153-F, 

12588. © Nov. 15, 1939 ; I 25046, 25047. 
10515, 12515. © Mar. 3, 1939 : 

I 2.5044, 25050. 
10524, 12524. © Mar. 13, 1939 : 

I 25049, 25051. 



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Brown instrument co. — Continued. 

Brown instrument co., chart, 10548. 
© Dec. 4, 1939 ; I 25048. 

10589, © Nov. 22, 1939 ; I 25146. 

10590, © Nov. 24, 1939 ; I 25144. 

12060. © Nov. 9, 1939 ; I 25045. 

12514. © Mar. 2, 1939 ; I 25186. 

12555, 12592, © Nov. 29, 1939 ; 

I 25145, 25148. 

12557. ©Nov. 14, 1939 ; I 25188. 

12585. © Nov. 13, 1939 ; I 25147. 

12587. © Nov. 13, 1939 ; I 25133. 

12591. © Nov. 27, 1939 ; I 25132. 

12593. © Dec. 4, 1939 ; I 25187. 

Buckeye incubator co., Springfield, O., 
A-7334, chart 1860-B. © Nov. 3, 1939 ; 
I 24843. 
Burroughs (Edgar Rice) inc. 

369-480 

Burroughs (Edgar Rice) : 
Tarzan and native chieftains. — Tar- 
zan heading showing Tarzan.- — ^Tarzan 
on Tantor. © May 2, 1939 ; K 44208- 
44210. 

Tarzan; by Harold Foster: 
Burned alive. — Dangerous way. — 
Death from the skies. — Flint's sur- 
prise. — Soldier lion. — Sputtering 
death.— Trap for Tarzan. © Oct. 31, 
Nov. 7, 14, Dec. 5, 12, 19, 26, 1936; K 
42836, 42843, 42849, 42868, 42875, 42882, 
42889. 

Dangerous raid. — Death's sky- 
way. — Fiery trap. — Hope — and de- 
spair. — Hostile ally. — Message in 
blood. — Tarzan, sky warrior. — Tyrant's 
hand. — Winged doom. © Jan. 2, 9, 16, 
23, 30, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1937 ; K 44227, 
44234, 44241, 44248, 44255, 44262, 44269, 
44276, 44283. 

Desperate chance. © Oct. 24, 1936 ; 
K 44059. 

Tarzan & the Mayan goddess; by 
W. H. Juhre, strips 24, 30, 36, 42. © 
Aug. 29, Sept. 5, 12, 19, 1936 ; K 44055- 
44058. 

Strips 73-130. © Oct. 26-31, 

Nov. 2-7, 9-14, 16-20, 24, 23, 21, 25-28, 
30, Dec. 1-5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26, 28-31, 
1936; K 42830-42835, 42837-42842, 
42844-42848, 42850-42867, 42869-42874, 
42876-42881, 42883-42888, 42890-42894. 

Tarzan's quest ; by W. H. Juhre, 
strips 1-30. © Jan. 25-30, Feb. 1-6, 
8-13, 15-20, 22-27, 1937 ; K 44249-44254, 
44256-44261, 44263-44268, 44270-44275, 
44277-44282, 

Buy to save, inc, 481 

Buy to save, stamp. © Dec. 15, 1939 ; 
K 42929. 



Callender, R. S. 482-495 

Ben Hur. — Hurricane kids. — Masked 
pilot. © May 2, June 30, 1939 ; K 44211, 
44202, 44212, 44183, 44185, 44188. 

Ben Hur. — Hurricane kids. — Masked 
pilot. — Penquin Pete at the world's fair. 
© Aug. 1, 21, 1939; K 44199, 44193- 
44195, 44178, 44180, 44175, 44181. 

Campbell, William & Huff, Orville. 496 
Proud to be an American .... Ameri- 
canism. © Dec. 20, 1939 ; K 44213. 

Central life insurance co. of Illinois. 

497 

Clairol, inc. 498,499 

Back talk about your hair. — What 

would you do? © Dec. 1, 1939; K 

42828, 42829. 

Corcos, Lucille. 

[Blowing horns] 10559. — [Girl on 
sleigh] 10560.— [Man at piano] 15547. 
© Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44111, 44112, 44132. 

Cosgrave, John O'H., 2d. 503, 504 

[Santa, a sleigh and dogs] 10566. — 
[Santa and trailer] 15554. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44116, 44136. 

Cox, Frances B, 505-507 

[Angel and deer] 10586.— [Holiday 
prayer] 10587,— [Joy eux Noel] 10585. 
© Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44122-44124. 

Dahlstrom, Alvin T. 508 

Wonder quack grass remover. © 1 
c. Dec. 26, 1939 ; I 25127. 

Daminski, Kazimierz Jan, 509-516 

Bicycle of death slow fire target with 
rifle and revolver. — Flicker and snuflSit 
slow^ fire target with rifle and revolv- 
er. — Lights out with living death, slow 
fire target with rifle and revolver. — 
Masked balloon lady slow fire target 
with rifle and revolver. — Snapshooting 
modern bank robbers with rifle and re- 
volver target. — Snapshooting the cop 
killer with rifle and revolver target. — 
Snapshooting Tony's balloons with rifle 
and revolver target. — Snuffing two on a 
match slow fire target with rifle and 
revolver. © Dec. 30, 1939; K 42940- 
42947. 

Daviess County distilling co., inc. 517 
Keep the gang guessing with Pop 
Daviess' stumpers. © Nov. 2, 1939; K 
44173. 

Day, Roy Lee. 518 

Home on the range. © Dec. 22, 1939 ; 
K 42955. 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 1. 1940 



583 



Dean, Abner. 519, 520 

[Hold it, Santa] 10589.— [Nothing 
wrong with you] 15562. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44096, 44140. 

DeBolt, Victor Hugo. 521 

Construction and proof for trisection 
of an angle. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1940; I 
25191. 

Dehn, Adolf. 522, 523 

[Citv aglow] 5102.— [Fetching the 
Xmas tree] 5103. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 
44092, 44093. 

Dehner, Dorothy. 524, 525 

[Old fashioned family] 15549. — 
[Skiers] 5541. © Aug. 14, 1939; K 
44089, 44133. 

Derrydale press, inc. 526-531 

Clark (Roland) : 

Dawn, American widgeon. — Winter 
marsh, canvasback. © Oct. 6, 1939 ; K 
42952, 42953. 

Megargee (Edwin) : 

Closing in. — November morn. © 
Oct. 21, 1939 ; K 42948, 42949. 

Voss ( Franklin B. ) : 

On a fresh line. — Over the open. 
© Oct. 11, 1939 ; K 42950, 42951. 

Detwiller, F. K. 532 

[In the harbor] 15132. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44125. 

Diamond, Harry O. 533 

[Old fashioned couple] 15569. © 
Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44143. 

Doom, David Houston & Pickrell, David 
Doom. 534 

Premium grease filter. © 1 c. Dec. 
29, 1939 ; I 25021. 

Elmer, Lewis Stewart, 535 

Elmer automatic vinegar generator. 
© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1939 ; I 25154. 

Emerine, Andrew. 536 

Freedman's bank. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 
1939 ; J 29780. 

Emery, George S. 537 

Faucet design, type G. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1940 ; I 25086. 

Empie, Hal H. 538-547 

Greetings from our back yard — home 
on the range, 78. — In the far far West, 
writing is out of the question, 90. — Jog- 
gin' westward, you'll hear from me 
later, 118. — Something else we found 



out W^est, new 4-cylinder model, 86. — 
Travelin' thru th' West, haven't had 
t'walk yet, B. — Way out West — about 
have things under control, 88. — Way 
out West — here's how th' little doggies 
git along, 101. — Way out West — I'm 
about to become a part of this country, 
92. — Way out West — things are hap- 
pening, will write later, C-295. — Way 
out West — things don't always turn out 
as they're planned, 89. © Oct. 10, 
1939 ; K 42895-42904. 

Fabrizio (Henry) & sons. 548 

Home of tomorrow. © 1 c. Jan 19, 
1940 ; I 25190. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co. 

549 
Season's greetings. © Dec. 17, 1939 ; 
K 44060. 

Fetterman, Oscar B. 550, 551 

Lifeguards are insurance. — Planning 
the next round. © 1 c. each Jan. 5, 
1940 ; J 29707, 29708. 

Fieramosca, Alfred. 552 

New process for recording television 
on phono-records, sound included. © 
1 c. Dec. 26, 1939 ; I 25155. 

Fleischmann distilling corp. 553-556 

Fleischmann's distilled dry gin. © 
July 27, 1939 ; K 42910. 

Hot toddy tastes better made with 
Pilgrim straight New England rum. © 
Dec. 7, 1939 ; K 42912. 

Make a better hot Tom & Jerry with 
Pilgrim straight New England rum. © 
Dec. 27, 1939 ; K 44007. 

Quarts $1.55, pints 80 cents. © Apr. 
27, 1939 ; K 42911. 

Forman, Benjamin. 557 

Swimming glove. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; 
I 25108. 

Fox, Adolph. 558 

Accurate gasoline gauge. © 1 c. Jan, 
5, 1940 ; I 25099. 

Foxboro CO. 559-583 

Foxboro flow meter chart, 858044, 
898074, 898113, 898257-A, 898258, 
898282. — Foxboro orifice meter chart, 
85828. © Nov. 1, 1939 : I 25167-25171, 
25174, 25175. 

Foxboro fiow meter chart, 858049, 
898246, 898336, 898411.— [Foxboro pres- 
sure gauge or flow meter chart] 89868. 
© Oct. 1, 1939; I 25163. 25172, 25173. 
25176, 25177, 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Foxboro CO. — Continued. 

Foxboro flow meter chart, 898020, 
898048, 898068, 898096, 898333, 898356.— 
[Foxboro flow meter or pressure gauge 
chart] 898228.— Foxboro orifice meter 
chart, 85869, 85940. — [Foxboro pres- 
sure gauge chart or flow^ meter chart] 
89870, 89970. — [Foxboro thermometer 
chart or press u r e gauge chart] 
898565. — [F o x b o r o thermometer or 
pressure gauge chart] 898568. © Dec. 
1, 1939; I 25159-25162, 25164-25166, 
25178-25183. 

Franz, John Albert. 584 

Franz (John A.) alidade, graduated 
in lOths and 12ths, both rules A & B. © 
1 c. Sept. 6, 1939 ; I 25082. 

General biological supply house, inc. 



585 



Algae. © Jan. 9, 1940 ; I 25142. 



General electric co. 



586-595 



Greene (Walter L.) : 

For more work at less cost. — Gen- 
eral electric at the World of tomor- 
row. — Giants of industry. — Light for 
the White Horse pike. — Machines that 
make machines. — Most versatile for ur- 
ban service.^ — ^New G-E television broad- 
casting station. — Our growing merchant 
marine. © Nov. 3, 1939; K 44150, 
44152-44156, 44158, 44159. 

Mott-Smith (H. M.) : 

For low-cost electric service. — 
Pennsylvania railroad car dumper. © 
Nov. 3, 1939 ; K 44151, 44157. 

Gerard photo. 596 

Immature great-blue herons, A2VB- 
7-325. © July 12, 1939 ; J 29712. 

Germe, Robert. 597 

Cooler for photomechanical printing 

plates. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1939; I 25125. 

Gibb, Robert Henry. 598 

Sectional ductor roller. © 1 c. Jan 5, 
1940 ; I 25115. 

Gilson, C. H. 599 

Automatic two speed bicycle sprocket. 
© 1 c. Jan 5, 1940 ; I 25058. 

Goldstein, David. 600 

Mechanical method of absorption re- 
frigeration. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 
25116. 

Gordon, Witold. 601-606 

[Audubon] 10553.— [Birds and holly] 
5538.— [Flight into Egypt] 25545.— 
[Giddy-ap] 10565.— [Santa and tree] 
5537.— [Santa on roof] 5536. © Aug. 
14, 1939; K 44078, 44086-44088, 44115, 
44135. 



Granger, Elmer E. 607 

Dark electric plug. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1940 ; I 25110. 

Gray, Hubert W. 608 

Handy-handle shaving brush. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25106. 

Greenwood, Ivan A. 609 

Our position in the business cycle. © 
1 c. Jan. 15, 1940 ; I 25150. 



Grinnell lithographic co., inc. 



610 



Garden splendor ; by Gladys Mc- 
Adams. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; K 42825. 

Groth, Milt. 611 

[Cat and tree] 10568. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44117. 

Haak, Adrian. 612 

On the wing. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1940; 
J 29705. 

Haines, William J. 613 

Electrical burglar alarm switch. © 
1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25105. 

Hancock, Braxton Legrand. 614-626 
Confederate bridge over Appomattox 
River, 1. — Confederate cemetery, Me- 
morial day, 1939, 8. — Haunted house of 
Appomattox.— Last positions, tablet. — 
Memorial day, two flags over Confed- 
erate cemetery, 9. — Old court house site, 
10.— Old George T. Peer's home, 2.— Old 
jail at historic Appomattox, 7. — Old 
Sweeney place, 12. — Old tavern and 
stagecoach stop. — Old tavern showing 
Col. Poore's office, 6. — Tablet near his- 
toric apple tree. — Tree under which Lee 
made farew^ell address. © Dec. 29, ♦♦ 
1939 ; J 29713-29725. 

Hanna, Jesse Milton. 627 

Business and traveling men's anti- 
communist association of America and 
the association of American youth and 
seniors of purity, justice and freedom. 
© May 27, 1939; J 29692. 

Haram, P. B. 628 

Lifeboat. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; I 
25121. 

Hare, J. Knowles. 629-637 

Charm of youth. — Confidentially. — 
Devotion. — Faint heart . — Let's go ! — 
More trouble. — Our treasure. — Smiles. — 
Where dreams come true. © June 15, 
1939 ; K 44216-44224. 

Henshey, H. C. 638 

Together, we can make it a merry 

Christmas. © Dec. 18, 1939 ; K 42999. 



10 



CI^VSSES H-K 



1. 1040 



699 



Hinkson, Holman Stanley.* 639 

Aircraft. © 1 c. Nov. 28, 1939; I 
24S91. 

Hobbs, Morris Henry. 640-647 

Old New Orleans. La. : 

Cabildo. — Lafitte blacksmith 
shop. — Madam .John's legacy. — Na- 
poleon house. — Patio Royal. — Perfect 
stairway. — 7181^2 Orleans street. — 
Sieur Georges house. © July 10, 1939 ; 
K 44160-44167. 

Hochberg, Theodore. 648 

Pour-feet top for salt, pepper, sugar 
or anv powdered substance or commod- 
ity. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1940 ; I 2.5151. 

Holiday house, inc. 649 

Grumman fighters : by Walter I. 
Dothard. © Nov. 11, 1939 ; K 44068. 

Holley. Robert. 650 

[Birds singing] 10555. © Aug. 14, 
1939 : K 44108. 

Home craftsman pub. corp. 651-660 
Decorative mirror, 618. — Floor lamp, 
635. — Folding fire screen. 636. — Lyre 
ivy trellis, 614. — Metal candlestick, 
602.— Small hanging shelf. 605.— Spire 
plant stand. 615. — Tall-glass server. 
612. — Three-section table. 623. — Win- 
dow shelf, 604. © Dec. 4. 1939: I 
2.5059-2.5068. 

Homer, Robert Shimer Price. 661 

Philadelphia metropolis. © Dec. 28. 
1939 ; J 29696. 

Hummel, Henry. 662 

Drawer stopper. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1939 ; I 2.5057. 

Industrial equities, inc. 663-672 

Craftsmen take pride in their work. 
Tell us how to improve our methods 
and win a cash reward, 52. — Extra trip 
by Santa Claus for wide-awake em- 
ployees. — Harvest time. Submit your 
ideas now so that you too can share in 
the harvest of cash awards. — I hereby 
resolve to submit a worth-while sugges- 
tion every week and win my share of 
cash awards for the coming year. — Op- 
portunity — some people are just sitting 
on a barrel of cash, 29. — Progress is 
built on cooperation — we need yours, 
47-R. — Shoot us your ideas and we'll 
return cash awards. 22. — Throw light 
on something new, 31. — We've done it ! 
More suggestions have been adopted 
and ideas put into effect than ever be- 
fore, 49. — Tou all know about rule G. 



Do you know what judging and an- 
nouncing winners rule 7 is? 44— R. © 
Dec. 12, 1939 ; K 48809-48818. 

International art pub. co., inc. 673 

In the Highlands : by Thomas Banks. 
© Dec. 18, 1939 : K 44072. 

Jacobs, Elmer, 674 

[Madonna] 25544. © Aug. 14. 1939; 

K 44077. 

.Jellineck, Rudolph. 675 

Constant pencil rubber. © 1 c. Jan. 

5, 1940 : I 2.5111. 

Jensen ptg. co. 676 

Sibley house, Mendota. the home of 
Henry Hastings Sibley, the first gov- 
ernor of Minnesota. © Dec. 21. 1939 ; 
K 42821. 

Jonas, Charlie. 677-679 

[Ansel of the pines] 10573. — [Festive 

ansrel]'' 10572.— [With hollv in hand] 

10574. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44119-44121. 

.Jose. Robert B., Meredith, R. M., Say- 
lor, H. A. & Martin. R. P. 680 

Cam mechanism electric hammer. © 
1 c, Jan. 5, 1940 : I 25101. 

Kemper-Thomas co. 681-697 

Bird of paradise ; by Billy Devorss. — 
Golden and sunny and filled with good 
cheer, a home of our own. to our hearts 
always dear : by G. B. Fox. — Hey I for 
the love of Mike! by Hy [i. e. John 
Henry] Hintmeister. — House by the 
side of the road: by G. B. Fox.— Oak 
trees redden and the orchards turn to 
gold. The world in sweet contentment 
the autumn days unfold. — Ours to pro- 
tect. — Rio Rita ; by Jules Erbit. — Safety 
first; by Hy [i. e. John Henry] Hin- 
termeister. — Sportsman's paradise ; by 
Hy. [i. e. .John Henry] Hintermeister. — 
Star light, star bright, will you be my 
star tonight : by Billy Devorss. — 
Staunch point ; by G. B. Fox. — Stream- 
lined for speed ; by Billy Devorss. — 
Thorobreds : by Andrew Loomis. — Tom. 
Dick & Harry; by G. B. Fox.— Wash- 
ington entering Philadelphia. — Way 
down upon the Suwanee river. — Wood- 
land vales with Christmas colors dyed. 
Gorgeous draperies that bathe the coun- 
try side ; by F. Crane. © Jan. 1. 1940 : 
K 4428.5-44301. 

Kent, Rockwell. 698 

[Harbor] 10134. © Aug. 14. 1939: 
K 44144. 

Kerlin. William Wagner. 699 

More truth than poetry. © Dec, 18, 
1939 : K 44010. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Keystone view co. 700-710 

Ametropia at far point, 6. — Ametro- 
pia at near point, 7. — Color discrimina- 
tion, color blindness, 1. — Depth percep- 
tion, stereopsis, 5. — Lateral imbalance, 
optional, 10. — Left eye efficiency, visi- 
ual acuity, 3. — Near point fusion, 8. — 
Right eye efficiency, visual acuity, 2. — 
Vertical imbalance, 4. — Visual acuity- 
binocular, optional, 9. © Dec. 11, 1939 ; 
J 29729-29738. 

Keystone elementary science units — 
insects. © Dec. 15, 1939 ; J 29706. 

Kidd studio. 711 

Trinkle {Ex-Governor E. Lee) © 1 c. 
Dec. 8, 1939 ; J 29727. 

King, Franklin R. 712 

Cylindrical valve fuel injector for 
Diesel engines. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; 
I 25092. 

King, Jim &, Green, Jane Belzora. 713 
Roy Bean's Jersey Lilly, ice cold beer 
& law west of the Pecos, Feb. 21, 1893. 
© Dec. 11, 1939 ; J 29775. 

King features syndicate, inc. & An- 
derson, Carl T. 714, 715 
Henry; by Carl Anderson. © May 
21, 28, 1939 ; K 43073, 43072. 

Kinney, Raymond E. 716 

Wrist strap note pad. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1940 ; I 25096. 

Kleiv, Theodore. 717 

Starting saw. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1939 ; 
I 25083. 

Knight, Clayton. 718 

[Above the clouds] 25141. © Aug. 
14, 1939 ; K 44099. 

Lankes, J. J. 719 

[Fir trees] 5105.— [Shepherd] 10158. 
© Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44094, 44145. 

Lass, Albert John. 720 

Drummer's deluxe swingster throne. 
© 1 c. Dec. 26, 1939 ; I 25126. 

Latham, Barbara. 721 

[Sleigh ride] 10569. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; 
K 44118. 

Leonard (J. P.) co.. Pictorial research 

div. 722 

Famous American Indians — their 

customs, tribes and chiefs. © Jan. 10, 

1940 ; K 44215. 

Long, Lloyd Lee. 723, 724 

[Instruction sheet for hairdresser] 2, 
3. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; K 44002, 44009. 



Lopez, Serafin Garcia. 725 

Milk bottle cap. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940 ; 
I 25141. 

Lord ( Phillips H. ) inc. 726-729 

Gang busters. © May 2, June 30, 
Aug. 1, Aug. 21, 1939; K 44205, 44189, 
44198, 44174. 

McGill, Homer T. 730 

Rice milling. © Nov. 27, 1939; I 

25135. 

McKay, Donald. 731-733 

[Delivering Xmas mail] 10563. — 

[Skating couple] 15551.— [Skier] 10562. 

© Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44113, 44114, 44134. 

McKinley pub. co. 734, 735 

Finland.— Norway. © Dec. 22, 1939 ; 
J 29690, 29691. 

McNatt, J. A. 736 

Spongerubber cleaner. © 1 c. Dec. 
26, 1939 ; I 25128. 

McQuaid (Dan J.) engineering service. 

737 
Air-vu drawing system chart for de- 
termining elevations of objects and 
fore-shortening distances. © Jan. 9, 
1940 ; I 25189. 

Manning, Maxwell & Moore, inc. 738 
Manning, Maxwell & Moore, inc. [re- 
corder] chart, 9113. © Jan. 12, 1940; 

I 25185. 

Marfleet, Gerald J. 739 

Season's spirit. © Dec. 6, 1939; K 

44284. 

Maryland academy of sciences. 740 

Graphic time table of the heavens for 

Baltimore, Md., year 1940. © Jan. 1, 

1940 ; I 25088. 

Masterbilt products corp. 741 

Observe the plight of William Black 
... © Nov. 15, 1939 ; K 44149. 

Maurer, Sascha A. 742 

[Skiers] 15537. © Aug. 14, 1939; K 
44127. 

Methodist Episcopal church. Board of 

temperance, prohibition and public 

morals. 743 

Dangerous crossing. © Jan. 20, 

1939 ; K 42909. 

Miller, Bianca Adams. 744 

Sluice-box. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1939; I 

25153. 

Miller, Jane. 745, 746 

[Boy and girl] 25546. — [Old man and 

train] 15542. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44079, 

44129. 



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no. 1, 1940 



840 



Miller, Jerome H. 747 

Lock nut. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; I 

25112. "^ 

Miller, Ray. 748 
Simple device to give information, fQr, 

doctors, dentists and the like. © Jan. 

5, 1940 ; I 25090. 

Millett, Anthony John. 749 

Sole-o-guard, makes shoe cleaning 
easier and neater. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1939 ; 
J 29774. 

Moeller, Ludwig. 750 

Dahlien (Dahlia) ; by Hans Zank. 
© Nov. 1, 1939 ; K 44070. 

Monthly small house club, inc. 751 

Monthly small house club design, 

house 191239. © Jan 2, 1940 ; I 25134. 

Moore, Fred Irby. 752 

Freddy Moore — ideas. © Oct. 29, 
1939 ; K 44071. 

Murphy (Thomas D.) co. 753-796 

All in good form. — Ann-ouncing. — 
Candidly yours. — Couple of pets. — 
Daisy. — Don't let her string you. — Full 
dress. — Gardenia girl. — Get along little 
dogie, get along. — Gosh they sure sleep 
peaceful when they carry travelers' 
checks. — Groom decided to get some fi- 
nancial advice from his banker before 
goin' through with it. — Hail to the vic- 
tor. — Have a bite. — He don't want to 
be rescued. — He wouldn't leave his pen- 
nies 'till I told him all our depositors 
are insured by the FDIC. — He's been 
livin' in there since the fire. — I can pad- 
dle my own. — If I'd only had a check- 
ing account I could'a proved I paid her 
the alimony. — I'll get out of this joint 
today. — In youth they sheltered me. — 
It might have been my sister. — It was 
quite simple. — (K) night of the bath. — 
Lift thine eyes unto the hills. — Ma al- 
ways sed, just foller Towser till he 
drops his bone and thar'll be the safe 
place fer yore money. — Ma, maybe we 
could increase our business by gettin' a 
small business loan at the bank. — On 
the move. — One that gentlemen pre- 
fer. — She's a champion. — She's a cir- 
cus. — Show girl. — So desirable. — Some- 
body ought to tell Zeke about one of 
them bank home improvement loans. — 
Sure we make small business loans. — 
These are my jewels. — To grandfather's 
house we go. — To Southern seas. — 
Trouble afoot. — What do you think? — 
When the blue-bonnets bloom. — When 
winter comes. — Where romance and 
progress meet. — Where there's smoke. — 



Whitney (Mt.) from Death Valley. © 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 44011-44054. 

NBA service, inc. 797 

Quints belong to daddy, 6069. © Dec. 
29^1939 ; J 29740. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 798,799 

Sensitive wholesale commodity prices, 
United States, 1933-1939. © Jan. 12, 
1940 ; I 25158. 

Volume of production compared with 
population increase, United States, 
1923-1939. © Dec. 29, 1939 ; I 25137. 
National ptg. co., inc. 800-803 

For your birthday. Bin growin' em 
now the whole year thru, 2029. — Happy 
birthday. Reckon I'm glad fer a lot of 
things, 2028. — Just to say Hello, jes' 
sittin' here restin', 2030. — To a sick 
ii-ieiid to say Hello, 2070. © Dec. 27, 
1939 ; K 42930-42933. 
Neville, Vera. 804 

[Nativity] 5526. © Aug. 14, 1939; 
K 44081. 

New York school of interior decoration. 

805-811 

Whiton (Sherrill) Devoe career set 
interior decoration : 
Boy's bed room in the peasant 
style, 1. — Early American living room, 
4. — 18th century French bed room, 
5. — Living room in the federal style, 
7. — Modern studio, 6. — Nursery for a 
small boy, 3. — Young lady's dressing 
room, 2. © Dec. 1, 1939; K 42968- 
42974. 
Oahu pub. CO. 812-840 

Aloha dreams. © Oct. 27, 1939; K 
42994. 

Circus blues. — Love's old sweet 
song. — Turkey in the straw. — When I 
think of you. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; K 42976, 
42978, 42979, 42983. 

Dreams of long ago. © Oct. 7, 1939 ; 
K 42997. 

Honolulu sweetheart of mine.— Old 
Virginia moon. — South Sea breeze. © 
Nov. 10, 1939 ; K 42982, 42987, 42991. 

Kaiwi waltz. — My bonnie lies over the 
ocean. — Na Molokama. — On Hilo Bay. — 
Waltz of the chords. — Whispering 
hope. — Winter joys. © Nov. 1, 1939; 
K 42981, 42986, 42990, 42993, 42995, 
42996, 42998. 

Lament. — Valse bleue. © Nov. 30, 
1939 ; K 42977, 42988. 

Luana. © Dec. 6, 1939 ; K 42934. 

Mexican Rose. © Nov. 21, 1939; 
K 42989. 



3897- 



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841 



pt. IV, n. s„ V. 35 



Oahu pub. CO. — Continued. 

My dreams of Wai-ki-ki. — One, two, 
three, four, — Sing me the Rosary. © 
Sept. 28, 1939; K 42984, 42985, 42992. 

Oahu Bay. — Honolulu stomp. — Old 
Ohio moon. — Sing me a song of Wai- 
kiki.— Sweetheart trail. © Dec. 22, 
1939 ; K 42935-42939. 

Rock me to sleep in my Rocky Moun- 
tain home. © Dec. 4, 1939 ; K 42980. 

Oldenberg, R. & Springer, Julius. 841 
Mollier (i, s) — diagramm zu den 
VDI-wasserdampftafeln. © Aug. 10, 
1939 ; I 25089. 

Oxweld railroad service co. 842 

Unionmelt welding process bracket & 
brush holder, 139-18-1. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1940 ; I 25053. 

Rapes, Frank James. 843 

Colostomy fecal disposer, © 1 c. Jan. 
17, 1940 ; I 25184. 

Partain, Oliver W. 844 

Shampoo board, SB. 2., side eleva- 
tion. © Dec, 11, 1939 ; I 25138. 

Peat, Sidney Howe. 845 

Sunny Claus. © Nov. 24, 1939; K 
42823. 

Peoples, Clary Webb. 846 

Real Indian picture writing. © Nov. 
10, 1939 ; K 44008. 

Perrin, Walter Bernard. 847 

Electrical check system. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1940 ; I 25139, 

Pete, Winston, 848-850 

Ski parade on the Headwall, Mt. 
Washington, N, H,, 445. — Skiers arriv- 
ing at Halfway station, Cranmore Mt. 
skimobile, North Conway, N. H., 440. — 
Skimobile, North Conway, N. H., and 
summit of Mt. Washington, 447. © Dec, 
27, 1939 ; J 29699-29701, 



Pickrell, David Doom, 



851 



Roll-safe map cabinet, © 1 c, Dec, 
29, 1939 ; I 25022, 

Pittinger, Fred W, & Pittinger, Al- 
phonse H. 852 

Sliding marker for number game 
cards, © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25109. 

Plympton, Donald E. 853 

Variable low speed motor. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; I 25130. 

Pohjola, Uno. 854,855 

No-bolt safety clamp for batteries. — 
Safety clamp for batteries. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; I 25123, 25129. 



Pointer publishers. 856-861 

George ( — ) : 

Home James. — Hot dawg. — Jig's 
up. — Nancy and Joe. — Please. — Who 
said bones? © Dec. 29, 1939; K 42961- 
42966. 

Popular science pub. co., inc. 862 

Family runabout 13' — 5i/^" long. © 
Dec. 29, 1939 ; I 25054. 

Prince, Charles Chandler. 863 

Automatic thermostat control for 
stoves and trash-burners. © 1 c. Jan. 
2, 1940 ; I 25043. 

Purser, Mark William. 864 

Diesel engine using coal, or other 

solid fuel. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25052. 

Putnam, Brenda.* 865 

Anatomical figure. © Dec. 20, 1939 ; 
I 25200. 

Rackow, Leo. 866 

[Couple and tree] 10546. © Aug. 
14, 1939 ; K 44101. 

Rader, Thomas D. & Macintosh, Rich- 
ard. 867 
Quick relining brake. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1940 ;I 25103. 

Raymond, Thomas E. 868 

Electric output socket. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1940 ; I 25104. 

Red River lumber co. 869 

Ponderosa pine, Paul Bunyan's forest, 
Westwood, Calif. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 1939 ; 
J 29779. 

Rees, Rosalie. 870 

[Trees] 5107. © Aug. 14, 1939; K 
44095. 

Roberts & son, inc. 871 

Resolve now, says Oscar, not to worry 
about clothes problems in 1940. © Dec. 
11, 1939 ; K 42827. 

Roese, Herbert F. 872 

Bringing his friend a bone, 5545. © 
Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44090. 

Rosmini, John. 873, 874 

[Couple skating] 25541. — [Skating on 
pond] 25542, © Aug, 14, 1939; K 
44075, 44076, 



Ruellan, Andree. 



875 



[Laughing boy] 15144. — [Skiing boy] 
15143. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44126, 44137. 

Sackett, Othie. 876 

Great daylight robbery. © 1 c. Sept. 
22, 1939 ; J 29710. 



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no. 1, 1940 



928 



St. Scholastica school for girls. 877-882 
St. Scholastica chapel : 
Annunciatio n. — Flight into 
Egypt. — Immaculate conception. — Main 
alter. — Nativity. — Sorrowful mother. 
© Jan. 11, 1940 ; J 29781-29786. 

Sampson, H. O. 883 

Green remover. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; 
I 25098. 

Saragnese, Adeline. 884 

Yiddishe shiksele. © 1 c. Dec. 13, 
1939 : J 29711. 

Satterlee, Louisa P. 885 

Flight into Egypt; by Jean Frangois 
MiUet. © Dec. 14, 1939 ; H 1536. 

Scholten, Beatrice L. 886 

Komfort hair kurler. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1940 ; I 25095. 

Schott, John Arthur. 887 

Curved florescent tube and fixture. 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1940 ; I 25140. 

Schreiber, Charles. 888 

Slicky. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1939; J 

29688. 

Schubert, William W. 889 

Combination storm window^ and 
screen. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25114. 

Shellhase, George. 890-892 

[BirdsJ 10557. — [Garden under snow] 
5534.— [Twins] 10556. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44085, 44109, 44110. 

Sherman, Nicholas. 893 

Reflex refrigeration cycle. © 1 c. 
Nov. 28, 1939 ; I 25084. 

Sisters Adorers of the Precious Blood. 

894 
Main altar in chapel of monastery of 
Precious Blood. © Nov. 27, 1939; J 
29776. 

Slesinger, Stephen. 895-898 

Bronc peeler. — G-men vs. the Living 
Masks. © June 30, Aug. 1, 1939; K 
44190, 44186, 44196. 44200. 

Slesinger (Stephen) inc. 899-912 

G-men vs. the Living masks. © Mar. 

1, Mar. 31, May 2, Aug. 21, 1939; K 

44201, 44191, 44206, 44177. 
Jack Randall in Across the Plains. — 

Tex Thorne. © Aug. 1, 1939 ; K 44192, 

44197. 
Jack Randall in Stars over Arizona. — 

Mr. Wong, detective. — Tex Thorne. © 

June 30, 1939 ; K 44182, 44184, 44187. 



Mr. Wong, detective. — Tex Thorne. — 
Trigger Smith. © May 2, 1939: K 
44204, 44203, 44207. 

Mystery of Mr. Wong. — Tex Thorne. 
© Aug. 21, 1939 ; K 44176, 44179. 

Slogeris, Alfons J. 913 

Gift. © Dec. 22, 1939 ; J 29739. 

Smith, B. Marston. 914 

Sanitary and labor saving washer for 

tableware. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; I 

25113. 

Smith, Walter J. 915 

Cap bail reshaping tool. © 1 c. Nov. 
28, 1939 ; I 25085. 

Snyder, Corydon G. 916 

Snyder (Corydon) method of teaching 
figure and fashion illustration. © Dec. 
26, 1939 ; I 25156. 

Somppi, Lilly. ^ 917 

[Angel with candle] 10552. © Aug. 
14, 1939 ; K 44105. 

Sorensen, E. P. 918 

He tried to do it himself. © Dec. 
14, 1939 ; K 42822. 

Spensley, Vincent H. 919 

Designed thoro-seal piston. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25091. 

Spokane novelty mfg. co. 920 

Pig-n-a-pen. © June 27, 1939; K 
44302. 

Springfield, Mass. Chamber of com- 
merce. 921 
Springfield days, 2 great shopping 
days. © Nov. 16, 1939 ; K 42954. 

Springfield newspapers, inc. 922 

'Twas the night before Christmas. 
© Dec. 24, 1939 ; K 44000. 

Staloff, Edward. 923,924 

[Bird with holly] 10588.— [Golf San- 
ta] 15567. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44100, 
44142. 

Staples, Cecilia. 925, 926 

[Girl and birds] 5550. — [Under the 
mistletoe] 10597. © Aug. 14, 1939: K 
44074, 44091. 

Stenbock, Harold & Gustafson, John G. 

927 
Astronomical chart of constellations 
seen from 47th parallel north. © Nov. 
18, 1939 ; I 25042. 

Stohr, Richard. 928 

Buried for twenty-one days — and sur- 
vived. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940 ; J 29726. 



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929 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Strand, Alfred O. & Tupper, Charles E. 

929 
Strand floor surfacer. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1939 ; I 25122. 

Suba, Susanne. 930-982 

[Girl and tree] 15538.— [Madonna 

resting] 10548.— [Tree peddler] 10547. 

© Aug. 14, 1939 ; K 44102, 44103, 44128. 

Summers, Ivan. 933 

[Hills of Shady] 5111. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44080. 

Szoeke, Andrew. 934 

[Winter with two girls] © Dec. 25, 
1939 ; K 42967. 

Taylor instrument cos. 935 

Taylor chart, OP405. © Jan 3, 1940 ; 
I 25143. 

Thompson, Charles Edward. 936 

Southernmost house in U. S., Key 
West, Fla. © Dec. 2, 1939 ; K 44065. 

Tinker, J. H., jr. 937 

[Child and horse] 15561. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44139. 

Tischler, Richard John. 938 

Improved compass. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1940 ; I 25097. 

Tobey, Barney. 939-943 

[Animals in forest] 15544. — [Movie] 
5533— [Open air taxi] 10553.— [Tropi- 
cal Xmas] 15543. — [Xmas swinging] 
10554. © Aug. 14, 1939; K 44084, 
44106, 44107, 44130, 44131. 

Townsend, Lee. 944 

[On the horse] 10138. © Aug. 14, 
1939 ; K 44146. 

Treidler, Adolph. 945 

Noel, 10591. © Aug. 14, 1939; K 
44097. 

Underbill, Irving. 946-948 

New York (City) : 

George Washington bridge, 
B64843.— North from 5th ave. & 34th st., 
B64936C.— Skyline & S. S. Monarch of 
Bermuda, B64644C. © Dec. 29, 1939; 
J 29702-29704. 

Upham, Veredon William. 949 

Piktur-nail. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; I 
25107. 

Uvary, Paul W. 950 

Collapsible, sheet iron, wood burning 
stove. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25100. 

Van Antwerp agency, inc. 951 

Don't take a chance — take a policy. 
© Dec. 22, 1939 ; K 44061. 



Van Garrison, Robert. 952 

Washington relief map. © 1 c. Jan. 
8, 1940 ; I 25087. 

Van Liew (D.) inc. 953 

Thank God for the United States of 

America. © Dec. 19, 1939; K 42975. 

Vernhes, Pierre Leon. 954 

Symmetrical two-flare glove with 

seamless sides. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940; I 

25093. 

Vitagraph, inc. 955-987 

F. J. 1-33. © Dec. 6, 1939 ; J 29741- 
29773. 

Vocafilm Corp. 988 

Where does steel go? © Dec. 5, 1939 ; 
J 29709. 

Wagner, Philip J. 989 

Hammer handle. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1940 ; 
I 25118. 

Walker, Ellen G. 990 

Palisades, Green River, Wy. © June 
15, 1939 ; J 29694. 

Warren national bank. 991 

Exclusive direct color photograph of 
Warren from Washington Park. © 
Dec. 15, 1939 ; K 42819. 

Watts, Charles Ralph. 992 

Cylindrical window of cellophane. © 
1 c. Nov. 22, 1939 ; I 25055. 

Way, truth & life book club. 993 

This book is approved by Way, truth 

and life book club. © Nov. 1, 1939 ; K 

44064. 

Webb, H. Pascal. 994 

Mission San Antonio de Padua. © 
Dec. 6, 1939 ; K 42824. 

Willard, Stephen H. 995 

Varieties of desert vegetation, seen 
near Palm Springs, Calif., 9A-H1607. 
© Dec. 1, 1939 ; K 42826. 

Wilson, Edward A. 996 

[Boat] 10592. © Aug. 14, 1939; K 
44098. 

Wittemann, Herman L. 997 

Federal hall. © Dec. 15, 1939; H 
1544. 

Wolfe, P. A. 998-1001 

Feeding the porpoises by hand is a 
daily routine at Marine studios. Marine- 
land, Fla., 45. © Nov. 1, 1939; K 
42959. 



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no. 1, 1940 



1010 



St. Augustine, Fla. : 

At the old city gates, 48. — Castle 

San Marcos national monument, 3-N. — 

Oldest house in the United States, 5-N. 

© Nov. 1, 1939 ; K 42957, 42958, 42960. 

Wolfe & Lawrence. 1002-1006 

But, Chief, we only stopped for some, 
933. — Honest, Warden, I was only go- 
ing out for some, 931. — Let's cut this 
short and get some, 930. — Spring ar- 
rival, 900. © Mar. 11, 1939 ; K 44003- 
44006. 

Your honor, the jury would like ex- 
hibit B . . . and some, 934. © Mar. 
11, 1939 : K 44168. 



Yanchus, Edward Louis. 1007 

Kromo disk. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1940; I 
25056. 

Zader, Willis Edward. 1008 

Planetarium, 102. © July 13, 1989; 
I 25149. 

Zintsmaster, Daniel Webster. 

1009, 1010 

Brady (Bishop William O.) in official 
robe: 

Bust view. — Three quarter view. 
© 1 c. each Oct. 18, 1939; J 29697, 
29698. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) 9 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 68 one-copy entries) 169 

Photographs (including 15 one-copy entries) -— — 99 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 168 contributions to periodi- 
cals and other one-copy entries) 474 

TotaL -. 751 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

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 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 2 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations. "©" implies 
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"©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. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Advance advertising.* 1011 

Be careful, avoid burns. © 1 c. 
Nov. 14, 1939 ; G 34957. 

Allardice, James S., jr.* 1012 

When its hot it freezes. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1939 ; G 34916. 

Associated American artists, inc. 1013 
Wood (Grant) : 
Parson Weems fable, © 1 c. Jan. 
9, 1940 ; G 34661. 

Barre granite assn., inc. 1014-1028 

Fontana (Aldo) Memorial: 
Johnson, 1073. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; G 
34993. 

Fontana (Delio) Memorial: 

Nayler, 1005. © Feb. 1, 1940; G 
34994. 

Kenerson (H. C.) : 
Jarvis memorial, 1074. © Feb. 1, 
1940 ; G 34989. 
Magistris (Ugo) : 
Hanley memorial, 1072. © Feb. 
1, 1940 ; G 34991. 
Richardson (Earl C.) Memorial: 
Chalmer, 1006.— Chalmers, 1076.— 
Eaton, 1077.— Hallener, 1086.— Ham- 
mond, 1083.— Holt, 1082.— Kennedy, 
1081. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; G 34981-34983, 
34987, 34988, 34990, 34995. 
Yaeger (A. B.) Memorial: 
Ferdinand - Rachel, 1071.— John- 
son, 1080. — Parkley, 1085. — Revelow, 
1075. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1940; G 34984- 
34986, 34992. 

Beck engraving co. 1029 

Scowcroft (E. T.) : 
Oeller's hotel. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; G 34849. 

Bosquet, Ernest.* 1030 

Configuration of New York City. © 
1 c. Feb. 9, 1940 ; G 34932. 

Boynton & co. 1031-1035 

Smith (Alden) : 
Alma Mater, WF 562. © Jan. 4, 
1940 ; G 34913. 



Lady of Grace. © Nov. 27, 1939; 
G 34909. 

Lady of Lourdes. © Jan. 22, 1940 ; 
G 34911. 

Nativity, WF 639. © Dec. 27, 
1939 ; G 34912. 

Our Lady of Lourdes. © Dec. 14, 
1939 ; G 34910. 

Brennan, Phillip A. 1036 

Donahue (Harry Eversfield) : 

Mary, Mother of mankind. © 1 c. 
Jan. 26, 1940 ; G 34836. 

Brewer, Raymond Estin.* 1037 

Sail fish. © Jan. 29, 1940 ; G 34901. 

Burr, Edward Everett.* 1038, 1039 
Plaster model for window display, 
1, 2. © 1 c. each Jan. 25, 1940; G 
34834, 34835. 

Caughey (Thomas) co.* 1040 

Peter Pan fresh bread makes tastier 

meals. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940 ; G 34850. 

Clement, Mildred M. 1041 

Bach (Florence) : 
Protection. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1939; 
G 34996. 

Cohn (Herman) co. 1042 

Stang & Weil : 
Puzzy, 2. © 1 c. Feb. 13, 1940 ; G 
34969. 

Connor, Robert.* 1043 

Gulliver's mystery game. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1940 ; G 34915. 

Davis, Donald S. 1044 

Thormin (Anthony) : 
Your host, standard of excellence. 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1940 ; G 35037. 

De Filippi, Armando Paolo.* 1045 

Death. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1940; G 
34971. 



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1046 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Desilets granite co. 1046-1059 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Draper, 5146. — Grimes, 5145. — 
Helwick:, 5151-B.— H e n d o n , 5144.— 
Krocker, 5150-A. — Lambert, 5140. — 
Roscoe, 5143. — Weideman, 5142. © 1 c. 
each Dec. 23, 1939; G 34808, 34811- 
34815, 34819, 34820. 

Miln (Dana C.) Memorial: 

Bradley, 5149. — Carlson, 5147.— 
Denton, 5148. — Harriman, 5151-A. — 
Helaire, 5150-B.— Preston, 5141. © 
Dec. 23, 1939; G 34809, 34810, 34816- 
34818, 34821. 

Draper, Harry Lee & Moister, Helen 
Agnes. 1060-1081 

Sellman (Helen) [pseud, of H. A. 
Moister] : 
All the babies. — Angel's answer. — 
Babies rich and poor. — Brother's an- 
sv/er — Elves chorus, 1, 2. — Finale. — 
From pioneer to modern day. — Girls 
and boys around the world. — Girls and 
boys in native costumes. — Impy Doubt 
speaks up. — In Santa's workshop. — 
Introduction of characters. — On this 
glorious Christmas. — S a n t a and his 
helpers. — Santa's dream. — Sister's an- 
swer. — Starting out on his journey. — 
Three cheers for Santa Claus. — Three 
wise men. — Way out West and way 
down East. — Way up North and way 
down South. © 1 c. each Jan. 30, 
1940 ; G 34851-34872. 

Dwyer, Philip M. 1082 

Head (John L.) : 

Trio. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1940; G 
34933. 

Emerson, Charles Leon. 1083 

Hager (Ernst) : 

Hathaway. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1939; 
G 34930. 

Faralla, Duane Raoul.* 1084 

Europe 1940. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1940; 
G 34846. 

First federal savings & loan assn. of 

Washington, D. C* 1085 

Insignia of the First federal savings 

and loan assn. of Washington, D. C. 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1940 ; G 34914. 

Friedlander, Leo.* 1086 

Peace, or the First Christmas. © 
1 c. Jan. 19, 1940 ; G 34838. 

Froluk, F. A. 1087 

Riverman (Alfred J.) : 
Leave a note please. © 1 c. Dec. 
28, 1939 ; G 34845. 



Frost & Reed, ltd. 1088-1090 

Dawson (Montague) : 

Dreadnaught {Clipper ship) — Taut 
sheets. © 1 c. each Feb. 15, 1940; G 
34965, 34967. 

Pushman (Hovsep) : 
Summer twilight. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1940 ; G 34966. 

Fuller, Ving.* 1091, 1092 

Moe Rocco and his camel Cleo, A, B. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 3, 1940; G 34997, 
34998. 

Galea, Joseph. 1093 

Henden (B. Van Den) : 
Follow Democracy, the light of the 
world. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1940 ; G 35040. 

Gilman (J. P.) granite co. 1094-1100 
Bliss design co. Memorial: 

Admunson, 720. — Baker, 724. — 
Gibbons, 724.— Sumner, 720. © June 1, 
1939 ; G 34918-34921. 

Anderson, 722. — Gorman, 722. — 
Williamson, 722. © June 1, 1940; G 
34927-34929. 

Green Hornet, inc. 1101 

Ward (Hugh J.) : 

Green Hornet edits the Sentinel. 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1940 ; G 24961. 

Haines, James.* 1102 

Secret voice. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940 ; G 
34903. 

Hancock, Walker.* 1103 

Spiral. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 1940 ; G 34955. 

Hill, Agnes Dosch.* 1104 

Sunbonnet girl chasing rabbit [by 

Loella] © Feb.' 1, 1940 ; G 35019. 

Hillinck, Henri P.* 1105 

Horses at play. © 1 c. Jan. 30, 1930 ; 
G 34847. 

Hintermeister, John Henry. 1106 

Hintermeister (Hy) [i. e. J. H.] : 
Lady Amherst pheasants. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; G 34873. 

Janus, Joseph John.* 1107 

Bonecraft. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940; G 
34802. 

Johnson, Florence Haegg.* 1108, 1109 
Head of Indian man. — Head of In- 
dian woman. © 1 c. each Oct. 10, 
1939 ; G 34962, 34963. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 1110-1117 

Magistris (Ugo) Memorial: 

Ellson, 130-P.— Fahey, 129-P. © 
1 c. each Nov. 18, 1939 ; G 34827, 34828. 

5013. © Dec. 5, 1939 ; G 34829. 



20 



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no. 2, 1940 



1170 



Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 
B r a n d e r , 135-P. — Goodspeed, 
132-P. — Morton, 133-P. — Parker, 
131-P.— Wellands, 134-P. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 18, 1939 ; G 34822-34826. 

Jones bros. co. 1118 

Elwell (Roy A.) : 

Cullen memorial, D-572. © Jan. 
22, 1940 ; G 34954. 

Kanuckel (W. P.) & son. 1119 

Murray (William A.) : 
Memorial, K-160. © Dec. 14, 
1939 ; G 34830. 

Karaffa, John G.* 1120 

Useful Eustace, (c) 1 c. Feb. 9, 1940 ; 
G 34935. 

Kelley, Edna Julia.* 1121 

Progress, (c) 1 c. Jan. 30, 1940; G 
34848. 

Kelly, Kitty.* 1122 

Kelly, (g) 1 c. Jan. 30, 1940 ; G 34953. 

Krier, Matthew. 1123 

Follow me to the San Mateo county 

fiesta. ©1 e. Nov. 15, 1939 ; G 35007. 

Langsam-Billig co. 1124-1135 

Kane (Theodora) : 
Artist's life would be four aces. — 
Dictators cry for population. — For a 
queen and a king. — Ice is good for lots 
of things. — If you want to be a win- 
ner. — King can beat a king. — Nothing 
pleases quite the same. — Overbid and 
we'll go down. — Shoot if you must. — 
To duel for queenie is kings delight. — 
Toast to the brave. — When we make 
the 19th hole. © 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1940 ; 
G 34889-34900. 

La Ruea, Cassandra K.* 1136-1140 
Beauty flow costume. — Lorencer cos- 
tume. — Orminder costume. — P e 1 1 i g e 
costume. — Sun manderens costume. © 
1 c. each Feb. 21, 1940 ; G 35020-35024. 

Leondar, Arthur.* 1141 

Where there's no sense, there's no 

feeling. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1940 ; G 35008. 

Lincoln savings bank of Brooklyn. 

1142 
Aderenti (Vincent) : 
Life of Lincoln. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 
1940 ; G 35042. 

Lindwall, Arthur K.* 1143 

Triface (Trifus) © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1940 ; G 35002. 

Louisiana memorials, inc. 1144 

Reese (Pat) : 
Barcelona memorial, 394. © 1 c. 
Feb. 5, 1940 ; G 34924. 



Lynn, Clarence Franklin.* 1145 

Tooshie's. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1940; G 
34843. 

McManus, Verona Marie deB.* 1146 
Our Sorrowful Mother. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1940 ; G 34800. 

Mango, Vincent Joseph.* 1147 

Tarrega (Francisco) © 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1940 ; G 34960. 

Marck, William John.* 1148 

Doodler's guide. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1940 ; 
G 34926. 

Margulis, Mack. 1149 

Sokaler (Rose) : 
5 pc. jockey suit for girls as well 
as boys. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; G 34874. 

Maslow, Ethel.* 1150-1159 

Automobile has two big eyes. — Ice 
skating is nice skating. — Leaning out 
of windows. — Let the ball roll. — Pins 
and needles. — Remember your name 
and address. — Stay away from the rail- 
road tracks. — Water that's hot and wa- 
ter that's cold. — When you swim. — 
When you're watching a parade. © 
1 c. each Jan. 26, 1940 ; G 34943-34952. 

Meyer, Richard Andrew.* 1160 

1940— all $ame— 1880, Dumb -Ox- 
Racy, Bullin' the kid— Publif?^. © 1 c. 
Feb. 12, 1940 ; G 34972. 

Michelotti, Louis.* 1161 

Dutchman. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1940; G 
35036. 

Milner, William Woodward.* 1162 

Roo-Fing says. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1940 ; 
G 34902. 



Minazzoli, Edward A. 



1163 



Lamy {Pere Jean-Edouard) © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35068. 

Modern Tuscany art co., inc. 

1164, 1165 
Georgi (J.) : 

Infant of Prague shrine, 300. — 
Mother of Sorrows shrine, 301. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 15, 1940 ; G 35009, 35010. 

Mooney, Thomas L.* 1166 

Four of the aces of drinking pleas- 
ure. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940 ; G 34968. 

Morgan, Arthur C* 1167-1169 

Ballet dancer. — ^Venus. © 1 c. each 

Dec. 28, 1939 ; G 35000, 35001. 
Masquerade. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1940; 

G 34999. 

Murray (Fran) studios, inc. 1170 

Orange zip. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1940 ; G 

34970. 



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1171 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



National photostamp co., inc. 

1171, 1172 
Germain art service. Individual dec- 
orative frames for : 
Famous orchestra leaders, photo- 
stamps. — Hollywood movie stars, pho- 
tostamps. © 1 c. each Dec. 21, 1939; 
G 34904, 34905. 

Nay lor, Lorena May.* 1173 

Ella Fanty. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1940 ; G 
34801. 

O'Neill, Rose.* 1174 

Laff Itoff. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1940; G 
35026. 



Osborne co. 



1175-1188 



Buell (Alfred) : 

Caught short, 4705. — Curtain call, 
4699.— Eyes right, 4697.— Fair and 
warmer, 4702. — Floating power, 4703. — 
Mow 'em down, 4700. — One good turn, 
4706. — See- worthy, 4701. — Snow use, 
4708.— Stitch in time, 4709.— Stop, look 
and linger, 4707. — Stretching a point, 
4704.— Swing it, 4698. © 1 c. each Feb. 
28, 1940 ; G 35043-35055. 
Solleiro (Luis) : 

Alma de la corrida. © 1 c. Feb. 
28, 1940 ; G 35056. 

Paris etching soc. 1189, 1190 

Lecomte (Paul Emile) : 
C h e m i n du lac ( Road by the 
lake) — Oliviers (Olive trees) © Jan. 
25, 1940 ; G 34922, 34923. 

Paterson mon't. co. 1191 

Naylor (Franklin) : 

Saxon memorial. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1940 ; G 34956. 

Peddle, Mary I.* • 1192 

Ima Rhyma © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1940; 
G 35032. 

Reynolds, Carl. • 1193-1195 

Ethyl follows through to a full pow- 
er stroke : 
Bowling. — Rowing. © 1 c. each 

Jan. 19, 1940 ; G 34940, 34941. 
Follow through to a full-power stroke 

with Ethyl gas (Golf) © 1 c. Jan. 19, 

1940 ; G 34942. 

Rittgers, Lafayette Laso.* 1196, 1197 
Butch. — Twisto. © 1 c. each Feb. 

14, 1940 ; G 35004, 35005. 

Rock of ages corp. 1198 

Haslam (Daniel Booth) : 

Palmer memorial, 221. © Aug. 1, 
1939 ; G 34841. 



Rowe, Patricia.* 1199-1201 

Mustard textile. — Nutmeg textile. — 
Red pepper textile. © 1 c. each Jan. 
17, 1940 ; G 34906-34908. 

Rudolph (J. E.) trustee. 1202 

Prihoda (Rudolph) : 
Blue ribbon drug store. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1940 ; G 34964. 

Say ford (Frank M.) co., inc. 

1203-1209 
Auer (Dorothy) : 

Blacksmith. — Hunter and dogs. © 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; G 34794, 34798. 

Bok tower, Florida. — Flamingos. 
© Jan. 10, 1940; G 34796, 34799. 

Bu-Bu, ambassador of good luck. 
© Jan. 5, 1940 ; G 34795. 

Capitol, Washington. © Jan. 12, 
1940 ; G 34793. 

Poinsettias. © Dec. 15, 1939; G 
34797. 



Scheff, Frederick.* 



1210 



Declaration of Independence. © 1 
c. Feb. 6, 1940 ; G 34917. 

Schiller, Gottfried.* 1211, 1212 

Joseph (St.) Our Lady of Catholic 
action. © 1 c. each Feb. 12, 1940; G 
34958, 34959. 

Schott, John Arthur.* 1213 

Susie Slide. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1940; 
G 35033. 

Scowcroft, Edw. T.* 1214 

General Wayne inn. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1940 ; G 34925. 



Seid, Frederick. 



1215 



Sampson (Cornelius) : 
Johnny Wieland. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; 
G 35041. 

Shield (Waldron) co., inc. 1216-1218 
Antram (Mildred) Memorial: 
Longstreth, 4718.— Nelson, 4716.— 
Phillips, 4717. © 1 c. each Sept. 30, 
1939 ; G 34831-34833. 

Stone, Seymour M.* 1219 

Rogers (Will) and his horse Soap 
Suds. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1940; G 35006. 

Swearingen, William Deane.* 1220 

Ford fortune follows Fords. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1940 ; G 35057. 



22 



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no. 2, 1940 



1258 



Sykes, Frank C. 1221 

Burbank (E. A.) : 
First aid. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940; 
G 35003. 

Terken, John Raymond.* 1222 

Gamelin (Marie Gustav) (c) 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1940 ; G 35025. 

Torrey, Mabel Landrum.* 1223 

Morning kiss. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1940 ; 
G 34931. 

Vazah, inc. 1224-1239 

Scovil (Cora) : 

Airplane. — Bust and arms, 983, 
984. — Standing lady, 754. — Standing 
lady dressed, 1754. © 1 c. each Jan. 
25, 1940 ; G 34803-34807. 

Bust and arms, 985. — Lady figure, 
711. — Lady's head, D-1. — Man's head, 
M-57. © 1 c. each Feb. 9, 1940; G 
34936-34939. 

Lady figure, B-5. — Man's head, 58, 
59.— Sitting lady, 758.— Standing child, 
11C8.— Standing lady, 713.— Standing 
man, 19018. © 1 c. each Feb. 21, 1940 ; 
G 35011-35017. 

Vermont marble co. 1240 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 

Golightly, DlO-01028. © Jan. 23, 
1940 ; G 34837. 



Waano-Gano, Joe.* 1241-1245 

E-Threwn-Hev-Rah (Indian) — Key- 
Tutch (Indian) — Seneca warrior. — ■ 
Symbolic brave. — Tom Crow (Indian) 
© 1 c. each Feb. 24, 1940; G 35027- 
35031. 

Waterbury monumental works co. 

1246-1253 
Piola (Cesare D.) Memorial: 

Colasanto. — Dapkevicze. — De Ce- 
sare. © 1 c. each Sept. 19, 1939; G 
34974-34976. 

Piola, 1, 2. — Worden. © 1 c. each 
Oct. 12, 1939 ; G 34973, 34977, 34978. 

Pistone. — Sheehan. © 1 c. each 
Dec. 13, 1939; G 34979, 34980. 

Wilvert, Samuel Austin.* 1254-1256 
Nature in the raw. — Pius xii (Pope) 

© 1 c. each Feb. 20, 1940; G 35034, 

35035. 

Nature's beauties. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 

1940 ; G 35018. 

Young, Charles.* 1257 

Doggy den. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1939; G 
34844. 

Zerman, Elliot.* 1258 

Justice blindfolded, with scales and 
sword. © Feb. 5, 1940; G 34934. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1940.— 507 



23 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Ackerly, Donald G. 1259 

Cycle converter for internal combus- 
tion engines. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940; I 
25303. 

Ackermann (Arthur) & son, ltd. 1260 
Snow geese in California; by Peter 
Scott. © Nov. 1, 1939 ; K 44690. 

Adams bros. salesbook co. 1261 

Stop here if you want to go places. 
© Nov. 9, 1939 ; K 44683. 

Advertisers research service. 1262 

Trade paper advertising for Nov., 
1939. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; I 25341. 

Altman, Lawrence F. 1263 

Non-slip football. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1940 ; I 25284. 

American automobile assn. Safety & 
traffic engineering dept. 1264, 1265 

Be alert for turning cars, 117. © 
Jan. 10, 1940 ; K 44763. 

Practice your safety rules, 116. © 
Jan. 5, 1940 ; K 44764. 

American mine door co. 1266 

Wiring diagram, timing relay. © 
Jan. 29, 1940 ; I 25413. 

American national red cross. 1267 

First aid instruction chart showing 
skeleton, large arteries and points of 
digital pressure. © Jan. 25, 1940; I 
25340. 

American steel homes, inc. 1268 

Steel panel house, 2-B. © 1 c. Feb. 
16, 1940 ; I 25482. 

American stove co. 1269 

Who's the wizard of cookery. © 
Feb. 1, 1940 ; K 44851. 

Anderson, Chester Sig. 1270-1272 

Plannette economic house layout. — 

Solar economic house layout. — Solar 

economic roof layout. © 1 c. each Jan. 

18, 1940 ; I 25225-25227. 

Andrews, Bert A. 1273 

Safety guard for shingle press. © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25369. 



Arcus-simplex ticket co., inc. 

1274, 1275 

Night game, Ebbets Field, Brooklyn. 
© Feb. 12, 1940 ; K 44836. 

Opening day, Ebbets Field, Brook- 
lyn Dodgers, 1940. © Jan. 19, 1940; 
K 44760. 

Armour, A. Watson. 1276 

Team work — success. © Jan. 2, 
1940 ; K 44597. 

Art cor photo. 1277 

Helena (U. S. S.) © Nov. 16, 1939; 
J 29793. 

Bach, John. 1278 

Bandage. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1940; I 
25323. 

Baily, Fred H. & Strouse, Clarence E. 

1279 
Safety patrol. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940 ; 
I 25461. 

Ballantine (P.) & sons. 1280 

Order Ballantine's ale & beer the 
handy way [patches] © Aug. 15, 1939 ; 
K 44823. 

Ballon, George. 1281 

Powder puff and improvements. © 
1 c. Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25209. 

Barbera, Carmelo. 1282 

Artist's delight. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1940 ; 
I 25201. 

Barnsdale, Rich. 1283 

Great Ricardo, the man on the sway- 
ing pole. © Dec. 10, 1939 ; K 44645. 

Bayer, Henry J. 1284 

Oven. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25276. 

Beard (George S.) advertising service. 

1285 
Pot of silver club. © Jan. 25, 1940 ; 
K 44826. 

Beaver, A. T. 1286 

Arrow pistol. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1940 ; 
I 25483. 



24 



no. 2, 1940 



CLASSES H-K 



1366 



Bell, W. F. Gordon. 1287 

Rowayton Harbor. © Dec. 11, 1939 ; 
K 44644. 

Benns, Charles P. 1288 

Chart for determining z from t, h and 
d. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1940 ; I 25452. 

Bernard picture co., inc. 1289-1300 

Bernard ( — ) : 
Costume with floral border and 
oval, 1, 2. — Figure and park scene, 1, 
2. — Floral with border design, 1, 2. — 
Head of girl, 1, 2. — Romantic figures, 1, 
2. — Venetian costume, 1, 2. © Jan. 15, 
1940 ; K 44787-44798. 

Bessette, Fred. 1301 

Custer {Gen. George A.) in center. 
Col. Wm. Ludlow at his left ... in the 
Black Hills of Dakota, 1874. © 1 c. 
Nov. 30, 1939 ; J 29800. 

Bester, Leonard R. 1302-1304 

Segmental shiphull structure applied 
to navy destroyer, 2500-A-l & 2500- 
A-2. — Segmental shiphull structure for 
warships & naval vessels, 3050-A-l. — 
Torpedo and bullet proof armour for 
war ships. 3600-A-l & 3600-A-2. © 1 
c. each Feb. 7, 1940 ; I 25330-25332. 

Bettis, Walter Glenn. 1305 

Duplex cheese scale. © Dec. 28, 
1939 ; I 25355. 

Bissell, David J. 1306 

Lifting jack. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 
25277. 

Books, George H. 1307 

Don't dam the Townsend recoverv 
plan. © Nov. 20, 1939 ; K 42731. 

Borrowed timers. 1308 

Sacred Heart prayer reminder. © 
Dec. 19, 1939 ; K 44759. 

Bowman, Richard Wade. 1309 

Louvre jar. © 1 c. Feb. 12, 1940 ; I 
25385. 

Boyd, John B. & Eisenhauer, Jerry E. 

1310 
Sealing mold. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; 
I 25274. 

Bradlee pub. co. 1311 

Peace for our nation. © Oct. 9, 
1939 ; K 44766. 

Brinnon co. 1312 

Out of the dog house into the White 
House. © Feb. 17, 1940 ; K 44834. 

Brissette, Aime & Brisette, Frederic L. 

1313 
Two boys. © Jan. 20, 1940 ; K 44761. 



Bristol CO. 1314-1318 

Bristol's recorder chart, 11032, 
11033. — Bristol's recording voltmeter 
chart, 5235. © Nov. 21, 1939 ; I 25345, 
25347, 25348. 

Bristol's recorder chart, 11037. © 
Jan. 3, 1940 ; I 25350. 

44019. © Jan. 4, 1940 ; I 25349. 

Brown & Bigelow. 1319-1345 

Always yours, 20163; by Rolf Arm- 
strong. — America. Protect us by thy 
might, let freedom ring, 20106 ; by J. 
Schlaikjer.— B & B girl, 20104 ; by Rolf 
Armstrong. — Bears, 20114; by J. F. 
Kernan.— Dancer, 20108; by Earl Mo- 
ran. — Dreadnought ( Clipper) , wild 
boat of the Atlantic, 20103 ; by Gordon 
Grant.— Eve 'n' tide, 20102; by Earl 
Moran. — Friend in need, 20109 ; by 
Frederic Stanley.— Gloria, 20119; by 
Rolf Armstrong. — Going strong, 20116 ; 
by Lawson Wood. — I'll be seeing you, 
20105 ; by Earl Moran.— Let's all help, 
20115 ; by Harrv Anderson. — Let's go, 
20113 ; by Billy DeVorss.— Mimi, 20117 ; 
by Victor Tchetchet. — Night herd, 
20165; by F. Tenney Johnson.— Oldest 
house, St. Augustine, Fla., 20161 ; by 
Al Mettel. — Our gang — The big shot, 
20035.— Out in front, 20113; by Earl 
Moran.— Peggy, 20101; by Jules Er- 
bit.— Right in tune, 20160; by Ruth 
Alexander Nichols. — Safe and sound, 
20111 ; by F. Sands Brunner. — Scout is 
helpful, 20000 ; by Norman Rockwell.— 
Steamboat days, 20100; by Al Met- 
tel.— Stepping out, 20110; by K. O. 
Munson. — Three's a crowd, 20107 ; by 
R. James Stuart. — Two champions, 
20168; by Percival Rosseau. — Village 
brook, 20014; by Maxfield Parrish. © 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 44853-44879. 

Brown, Barnum & Schlaikjer, Erich M. 

1346 
Phylogeny of dinosaurs. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1940 ; I 25414. 

Brown instrument co. 1347-1366 

Brown chart, 5138. © Jan. 2, 1940; 
I 25444. 

5807-N. © Jan. 17, 1940; I 

25480. 

5928. © Dec. 12, 1939 ; I 25424. 

5956. © Jan. 2, 1940; I 25407. 

Brown instrument co. chart, 1009-F. 
© Dec. 13, 1939 ; I 25302. 

10517. © Feb. 21, 1939 ; I 25325. 

10597. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25344. 

12057. © Jan. 9, 1940 ; I 25446. 

12059. © Jan. 12, 1940 : I 25447. 

12065, 12528, 12596, 12598, 12599. 



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1367 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Brown instrument co. chart — Contd. 
© Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25408-25412. 

12556. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25326. 

— 12580. © Nov. 7, 1939 ; I 25295. 

12594. © Dec. 13, 1939 ; I 25291. 

12595. © Dec. 11, 1939 ; I 25296. 

12600. © Jan. 8, 1940 ; I 25445. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12053. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25327. 

Brunn, Edward J. C. 1367 

Wings o'er the storm. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1940 ; J 29874. 

Bryson, Charles Lee. 1368 

If you were I and I were you. © 
Dec. 28, 1939 ; K 44672. 

Buchman, Isaac. 1369 

Sanitary san-o-pak. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1940 ; I 25450. 

Bunkley, Helen. 1370 

Tahitian sunset. © Sept. 27, 1939; 
J 29789. 

Burke, John A. 1371 

Nativity. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1940; J 
29791. 

Burroughs (Edgar Rice) inc. 

1372-1557 

Tarzan. — Tarzan and one ape. — Tar- 
zan and three apes. © June 1, 1939; 
K 44663-44665. 

Tarzan ; by Burne Hogarth : 

Blood of Tarzan. — Challenge. — 
Conflict. — Daring adventure. — Desper- 
ate chance. — Elephants of steel. — Fight- 
ing ape. — Friends or foes. — Good for 
evil. — Henchmen of death. — Jungle ven- 
geance. — King of the lions . — Lion 
trap. — Long chance. — Soldiers of the 
jungle. — Tarzan balked . — Web of 
death. © May 8, 15, 22, 29, June 5, 
12, 19, 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, Aug. 
7, 14, 21, 28, 1937 ; K 44621-44637. 

Tarzan ; by Harold Foster : 

Flint's return. — Hero dies. — Lone 
raider. — Overwhelming foe. — Tarzan 
balked. — T a r z a n strikes. — Tarzan's 
m i s t a k e. — Treachery. — Tricked. © 
Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27, Apr. 3, 10, 17, 24, 
May 1, 1937; K 44399, 44405, 44412, 
44419, 44426, 44433, 44440, 44448, 44454. 

Tarzan the Magnificent; by W. H. 
Juhre. Strip 1-7, 9-26. © Aug. 2-7, 
9, 11-14, 16-21, 23-28, 30, 31, 1937; K 
44368-44392. 

Tarzan's quest; by W. H. Juhre. 
Strip 31-99. © Mar. 1-6, 8-13, 15-20, 
22-27, 29-Apr. 3, 5-10, 12-17, 19-24, 26- 
May 1, 3-8, 10-15, 17-19, 1937; K 



44393-44398, 44400-44404, 44406-44411, 
44413-44418, 44420-44425, 44427-44432, 
44434-44439, 44441-44447, 44449-44453, 
44455-44470. 

Strip 100-162. © May 20- 

22, 24-29, 31- June 5, 7-12, 14-19, 21-26, 
28-July 3, 5-10, 12-17, 19-24, 26-31, 
1937 ; K 44305-44367. 

Callender, R. S. 1558-1562 

Ben Hur. — Hurricane kids. — Masked 
pilot. © June 1, 1939 ; K 44662, 44670, 
44671. 

Clyde Beatty, daredevil lion and 
tiger trainer ; by Al Lewin. © Mav 25, 
1939 ; K 44811. 

Time marches back; by Win Smith. 
© Aug. 24, 1939 ; K 44806. 

Calvert distillers corp. 1563 

Protective blending. © Jan. 12, 
1940 ; K 44689. 

Cann, Walter B. 1564 

Compensating spring suspension or 
mounting. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940; I 
25213. 

Capitol fuel co. 1565 

[Getaway] by Reed Crandall. © 
Dec. 30, 1939 ; K 44686. 

Carey (Philip) mfg. co. 1566 

Inside outlook, The answer for ac- 
tion, Blueprint for profits. © Feb. 12, 
1940 ; J 29875. 

Cargile, James H. 1567 

Automatic music arranger. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1940 ; I 25462. 

Carriger, William Hampton. 1568 

Shoulder rest for string instruments. 
© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1940 ; I 25322. 

Carrillo, Jesus Leal. 1569 

Hook system device. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1940 ; I 25416. 

Carter, C. M. 1570 

Impedance analysis diagram. © 
Jan. 17, 1940 ; I 25342. 

Castlen, Robert Cecil. 1571-1573 

Automobile parking meter reserve 
coin container. — Florida orange design 
for tag, motor vehicle driver's license 
or auxiliary. © 1 c. each Feb. 12, 
1940 ; I 25386, 25387. 

Auxiliary cover. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1940 ; 
I 25318. 

Chalmers, James C. 1574 

Clutch or foot actuated brake con- 
trol means. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940; I 
25377. 



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no. 2, 1940 



1617 



Champion corporation. 1575 

Moves over your farm like rain. © 

Nov. 1, 1939 ; K 44721. 

Cheney, Clyde L. 1576 

Combination automobile signaling 

device and license plate holder. © 1 c. 

Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25282. 

Chicago & Illinois midland railway co. 

1577 

Lincoln the soldier, New Salem, 111. ; 
by Fletcher C. Ransom. © Dec. 26, 
1939 ; K 44534. 
Christenson, Earl O. 1578 

Grease fitting cap. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1940 ; I 25433. 

Citizens national keep American out of 
war committee. 1579 

Let there be light to see through war 
propaganda. © Feb. 10, 1940 ; K 44800. 

Claff (M. B.) & sons, inc. 1580-1585 

Chapman's deb-ettes, D 945. — Felser 
bros., D 271. © Dec. 22, 1939; K 
44677, 44680. 

Chatham, D 921. © Dec. 12, 1939; 
K 44681. 

Korker sports, 950. © Dec. 26, 1939 ; 
K 44679. 

Superior hy-lites, D 908. © Nov. 24, 
1939 ; K 44682. 

Trotters for sport wear, D 937. © 
Dec. 19, 1939 ; K 44678. 

Classic ptg. CO. 1586 

Light Of liberty. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; K 
44673. 

Cochrane corp. 1587 

Cochrane recorder chart, 630. © 
Dec. 29, 1939 ; I 25287. 

Colson, U. Rae. 1588-1597 

Call us. — Glamour girl ; by Rolf Arm- 
strong. — Home in the hills. — Load of 
goodness ; by Charlotte Becker. — More, 
please; by Charlotte Becker. — On with 
the show ; by C. Twelvetrees. — Rosalie ; 
by William Boynton. — Silver peaks. — 
Sweetheart; by Jules Erbit. — Twixt 
love and duty; by J. S. Wittrup. © 
Jan. 26, 1940 ; K 44649-44658. 

Combs lumber co., inc. 1598 

Treasure wheel. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1940 : I 25484. 

Comfort, Michael. 1599 

Vegetable and fruit peeling machine. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25370. 

Commercial films, inc. 1600 

Fire. © Sept. 28, 1939 ; J 29868. 



Connolly, John A. 1601 

Combination lines & sail plans of a 
24 feet overall sail boat, designed es- 
pecially for Fred Stein, esq.. West Say- 
ville, L. I. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1940; I 
25415. 

Consolidated ptg. & stationery co. 

1602, 1603 
[Special bond blank] — [Special cou- 
pon sheets] © Oct. 17, 1938 ; K 44748, 
44749. 

Cooley, John R. 1604 

Electric safety socket plug. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25364. 

Corey, Roger. 1605 

Adams (Mt.) from Wildcat trail, 

Pinkham Notch, N. H., 348. © Feb. 
2, 1940 ; J 29849. 

Cornelius, Jesse William. 1606 

Foundation & wall section ; floor 
plan ; typical wall section. © 1 c. Dec. 
14, 1939 ; I 24947. 

Covelskie, Joseph. 1607 

Low air compression oil ignition head 
for internal combustion engines. © 
1 c. Feb. 17, 1940 ; I 25438. 

Crandall, Harrison R. 1608 

Powder River Jack and Silver King. 
© Aug. 15, 1939 ; J 29867. 

Crawford, Thomas D., Woodall, Rob- 
ert L. & Osterberg, Algot G. 

1609-1611 
C-W-0 control and gauge for revers- 
able steam valve gears. — C-W-0 loco- 
motive quick action duplex steam 
valve. — C-W-0 reversable steam valve 
gear. © 1 c. each Mar. 1, 1940; I 
25488-25490. 

Cullings, James Johnson. 1612 

Miniature balloon race assembly. © 
1 c. Jan. 22, 1940 ; I 25451. 

Currey, Bradley R. 1613 

Bandits Echo's kittens. © Jan. 15, 
1940 ; J 29882. 

Cwik, Gregory J., sr. 1614 

Knights of the dog house. © Dec. 
28, 1939 ; K 44620. 

Darling, H. Jerome. 1615, 1616 

Job no. 4001. © Jan. 19, 1940; I 

25336. 

Job no. 4001-A. © Feb. 3, 1940; I 

25335. 

Davey, Harry. 1617 

Freddie Frog. © Feb. 19, 1940; J 

29883. 



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1618 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



DeLyle, William H. 1618 

Church and school friend combina- 
tion book case, blackboard, etc. © 1 c. 
Jan. 5, 1940 ; I 25119. 

DeMaree, S. R. 1619 

Self-adjusting roller skate. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25365. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 1620 

Disney's (Walt) Pinocchio scrap 
book, 634. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; K 44830. 

Ditzler color co. 1621 

You can't afford to drive a shabby 
car. © Dec. 15, 1939; K 44687. 

Dodds (Earle C.) inc. 1622 

Dawes memorial, 246. © 1 c. Jan. 
24, 1940 ; I 25230. 

Dow (Louis F.) CO. 1623-1639 

Brookside manor. — Challenge ; by Ed- 
win Bolenbaugh. — Champs afield ; by 
Edm. H. Osthaus . — Deep in the 
Rockies ; by D. B. Conrad. — Friendly 
pair; by Jules Erbit. — Harvest time. — 
Help wanted ; by Elvgren. — How about 
a date ; by Billy DeVorss. — Let's go ; 
by Billy DeVorss. — Look out, gramp ; 
by John Henry Hintermeister. — Maid 
of the mist. — Pink lady; by Billy De- 
Vorss. — Safety first choice. — Trouble 
for two ; by Charlotte Becker. — Wind- 
ward, ho. — Winter moonlight ; by W. M. 
Thompson. — Winter queen ; by Billy 
DeVorss. © Dec. 15, 1939; K 44770- 
44786. 

Dunnigan, Louis. 1640 

From Broadway to heaven, Elinor C. 

Flynn. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1940 ; J 29887. 

Eggert, H. F. 1641 

Garrick (United States packet ship) 

of New York. © Dec. 30, 1939; K 

44647. 

Eigen, Morris. 1642 

That the coming year may prove all 
easy pulling for you. © Dec. 20, 1939 ; 
K 44471. 

Eklund, Hildore C. 1643 

Sacajawea and Lewis & Clark. © 
1 c. Jan. 18, 1940 ; J 29861. 

Electrical industries mfg. co., inc. 1644 

Leach recorder assembly diagrams, 

model C-12. © Jan. 2, 1940; I 25454. 

Elkins, Irving A. 1645 

Fountain or drinking faucet. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1940 ; I 25420. 



Ellis (Geo. H.) co. 1646 

Charles W. Morgan (Whaler) © 
Jan. 2, 1940 ; K 44472. 

Emery, George S. 1647 

Faucet design, type K. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1940 ; I 25304. 

Empie, Hal H. 1648-1650 

Picturesque Arizona, th' petrified 
forest, C-301.— Red skin in the sunset, 
C-173.— Way out West— not in the 
proper mood to write, C-165. © Oct. 
10, 1939 ; K 44598-44600. 

Eugene gleemen. 1651 

Eugene gleemen civic male chorus. 
[Letterhead] © Dec. 28, 1939; K 
44832. 

Failla, Tony. 1652 

Adjustable ladder. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; I 25360. 

Famous artists syndicate, inc. 

1653-1655 

Clyde Beatty ; by Al Lewin. © Aug. 
24, 1939 ; K 44808. 

Clyde Beatty, daredevil lion and tiger 
trainer ; by Al Lewin. © June 23, July 
26, 1939 ; K 44821, 44818. 

Farlin, Helmer. 1656 

Shoe attachment. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; I 25363. 

Farmer, Freda Schoppert. 1657 

Oven glide and glide E-Z. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25207. 

Fasolino monuments, inc. 1658 

Fishbein memorial, 1014-A. © 1 c. 
Jan. 4, 1940 ; I 25228. 

Ferris, Annette R. 1659-1661 

Ferris (J. L. Gerome) : 

Greatest American and his flag. — 
Liberty Bell's first note. — Putting the 
stars on the first flag. © June 20, 1917 ; 
H 1567-1569. 

Finnish relief fund, inc. 1662 

Enlist today for the relief of the 
heroic citizens of brave little Finland. 
© Jan. 8, 1940 ; K 44852. 

Fish, Abraham William. 1663 

Single axis atomizer. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1940 ; I 25231. 

Fleagle, M. Jeanette. 1664 

Contentment, 1940. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1940 ; J 29889. 

Frampton, Norman. 1665 

Cellophane wrapper opener. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1940 ; I 25430. 



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no. 2, 1940 



1765 



Fridgen, John X. 1666 

Automatic mail box and road sign 
post. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1940 ; I 25405. 

Fried, David. 1667 

Motor hotel on a major highway 
entering Boston. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1940 ; 
I 25233. 

Fritsche, Susanne E. 1668 

Adjustable clothes pin bag hooks. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25381. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 1669-1672 

Atlantic salmon fishing ; by Ogden M. 
Pleissner. © Sept. 29, 1939 ; H 1549. 

Fishing boats, Joinville ; by H. Cal- 
lot. © Jan. 5, 1940 ; H 1548. 

Summer day — Treboul; by H. Piro- 
nin. © Jan. 5, 1940 ; H 1547. 

Summer twilight — The princess. © 
Dec. 21, 1939 ; H 1566. 

Fuld, Leonard Felix. 1673 

Fuld (Leonard Felix) portrait. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; J 29801. 

Gabriel, J. A. 1674 

Automatic self loading conveyer. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1940 ; I 25477. 

Geller, Andrew. 1675 

Rana-cuera. © Jan. 15, 1940; K 
44608. 



General mills, inc. 



1676-1700 



Larro research farm standard milk 
production graph for cows giv- 
ing peak production of : 
25 lbs. daily.— 27.5 lbs. daily.— 30 
lbs. daily.— 32.5 lbs. daily.— 35 lbs. 
daily. — 37.5 lbs. daily. — 40 lbs. daily. — 
42.5 lbs. daily. — i5 lbs. daily. — i7.5 lbs. 
daily. — 50 lbs. daily. — 52.5 lbs. daily. — 
55 lbs. daily. — 57.5 lbs. daily. — 60 lbs. 
daily. — 62.5 lbs. daily. — 65 lbs. dailv. — 
67.5 lbs. daily.— 70 lbs. daily.— 72.5 lbs. 
daily. — 75 lbs. daily. — 77.5 lbs. daily. — 
80 lbs. daily.— 82.5 lbs. daily.— 85 lbs. 
daily. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; I 25235-25259. 

General motors corp. 1701 

Automobile chassis. © Oct. 30, 1939 ; 
I 25404. 

Gerard photo. 1702, 1703 

Immature great-blue herons, A2VB- 
7-329-A, A2VB-7-329-B. © Julv 12, 
1939 ; J 29794, 29795. 

Gerlach-Barklow co. 1704-1762 

After big game ; by C. Twelvetrees. — 
Aiming to please ; by Buell. — Aw, cut it 
out ; by C. Twelvetrees. — Barrel of fun ; 
by C. Twelvetrees. — Bicyclist built for 
view; by Buell.— By the Zuider Zee: 



by F. Van Vreeland. — Cumberland 
road. — Easy on the ice ; by Buell. — Gay 
racqueteer; by Buell. — Getting all the 
breaks ; by C. Twelvetrees. — Go to 
blazes ; by C. Twelvetrees. — Gunga 
Din ; by C. Twelvetrees. — Hocus focus ; 
by C. Twelvetrees. — Hold tight ; by 
Buell. — Home of heart's content ; by 
[Francis Dixon] — In tune with the 
times ; by C. Twelvetrees. — It's a 
hobby ; by C. Twelvetrees. — Just a hab- 
it ; by Buell. — Lindy did it, so can I ; 
by C. Twelvetrees. — Look who's here; 
by A. H. Hider. — Memories ; by William 
Mark Young. — No fooling; by Buell. — 
One for the money ; by Buell. — Shot 
heard 'round the world; by Jennie 
Brownscombe. — Ski-daddling the blues ; 
by Buell. — Super sleuth ; by C. Twelve- 
trees. — Sure as shootin' ; Buell. — Swing 
it; by Buell. — Things are looking up; 
by Buell.— Where's the fire? by C. 
Twelvetrees. — Winter ; by Leon R. 
Pescheret. — With the hounds in full 
cry. © Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 44502-44533. 

Bluebirds for happiness ; by Adelaide 
Hiebel. — Breakfast for three ; by Char- 
lotte Becker. — Bright eyes ; by H. S. 
Hewlett. — Captain; by Jules Erbit. — 
Caressing breezes ; by Buell. — Children 
of the forest; by Adelaide Hiebel. — 
Christmas night on the range ; by 
Courtney. — Cutty Sark; by Smith. — 
Dearest spot on earth to me ; by George 
W. Drew. — Especially for you ; by 
Bradshaw Crandell. — Family of cham- 
pions ; by Adelaide Hiebel. — From an 
old-fashioned garden ; by R. A. Fos- 
ter. — In the gloaming; by C. P. Ap- 
pel. — Lucky dog ; by Jules Erbit. — 'Mid 
mountain grandeur. — Mill in Fourges, 
France ; by Paul Emile Lecomte. — Miss 
Caprice; by Bradshaw Crandell. — Mis- 
sion San Xavier del Bac ; by H. S. 
Hewlett. — Ready for a canter ; by Ade- 
laide Hiebel. — Right o' way; by Ade- 
laide Hiebel. — Sage of Claremore ; by 
A. D'Elia. — Song in her heart ; by Brad- 
shaw Crandell. — Traffic court ; by Ade- 
laide Hiebel. — Waiting for you ; by 
Bradshaw Crandell. — Welcome stran- 
ger ; by Bradshaw Crandell. — When my 
ship comes in ; by Adelaide Hiebel — 
Who says I'm out ; by Adelaide Hiebel. 
© Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 44475-44501. 



Gibbs, Martin L. 



1763 



Pocket case for carrying sanitary tis- 
sues. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25383. 

Gilmore, Harry R. 1764, 1765 

Means of basting meat or poultry by 
percolation. — Roasting pan with self 
basting system. © 1 c. each Feb. 3, 
1940 ; I 25424. 25425. 



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1766 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Gilson, C. H. 1766 

Automatic four wheel automobile 
jack. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1940 ; I 25310. 

Godoy, A. Garcia. 1767 

I. R. T., the magic guide. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25354. 

Godwin, Clifford Burgess. 1768 

Next new model (amended) © 1 c. 
Feb. 6, 1940 ; I 25312. 

Goes, A. 1769-1789 

[Billboard blotter] 1672. © July 15, 
1939 ; K 44707. 

[Bond and coupon blank] 116A. — 
[Bonds and coupon blanks] 103A. © 
Mar. 1, 1939 ; K 44711, 44712. 

[Bond and coupon blank] 317A. © 
Aug. 8, 1939 ; K 44710. 

[Bond blank] 112.— [Bond blank and 
coupon] 114y2A. © Sept. 1, 1939; K 
44751, 44752. 

[Bond blank] 322A. — [Certificate 
blank] 165 1/2 • © May 9, 1939 ; K 44708, 
44713. 

[Bond blank] 325A. © Apr. 1, 1939 ; 
K 44719. 

[Bond blank with 10 coupons] 468. 
© Sept. 15, 1937 ; K 44750. 

[Bonds and coupon blanks] 296A. 
© Aug. 8, 1938 ; K 44714. 

[Memo book] 440. © Jan. 2, 1940; 
K 44827. 

[Pennsylvania state stock certificate] 
385. © Feb. 1, 1939 ; K 44718. 

[Special border blank] © Mar. 10, 
1939 ; K 44709. 

[Special certificates — Oil field illus- 
tration] © Apr. 15, 1939; K 44720. 

[Special policy blank] GX. © Nov. 
24, 1939 ; K 44755. 

[Stock certificate] 383. © Dec. 3, 
1936 ; K 44716. 

[Stock certificate blank] 431/2. © 
May 9, 1939 ; K 44754. 

441/2. © Nov. 24, 1936 ; K 44715. 

911/2. © Dec. 1, 1936; K 44717. 

384. © Aug. 1, 1939 ; K 44753. 

Goings, William C. 1790 

Theft protecting automobile tail 
light. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25367. 

Gordon, Harry. 1791 

Relation of labor saving inventions, 
wars, events, U. S. gold, domestic secur- 
ities issued to the all commodity index. 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1940 ; I 25491. 



Graham, Walter C. 1792 

Illuminated magnifiers with inter- 
changeable mountings. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1940 ; I 25299. 

Graphic arts process corp. 1793 

Lithographed in U. S. A., an extra 
dash of style, sparkle ... © Nov, 3, 
1939 ; K 44638. 

Graves, S. W. & Stevenson, Robert E. 

1794 
Liquid container. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1940 ; I 25220. 

Green, Raymond V. 1795 

Tube cutting machine. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1940 ; I 25372. 

Grobe, Edwin O. 1796 

Inside diameter caliper. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1940 ; I 25428. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc.' 1797 

Agony in the garden ; by C. Bosseron 
Chambers. © Feb. 6, 1940 ; K 44726. 

Hackney, Myron. 1798, 1799 

Design of plastic furniture, 26. © 

1 c. Jan. 30, 1940 ; I 25298. 
27. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1940 ; I 25487. 

Hageman, Lloyd Merrell. 1800 

Forced-feed fountain toothbrush. © 

1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25366. 

Hagen, Elmer J. 1801 

Chalk and crayon extension holder. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25267. 

Hahn, Alma A. 1802, 1803 

Paramount autofocus enlarger. © 1 

c. Feb. 12, 1940 ; I 25398. 
Paramount autofocus enlarger, two 

to five diameters. © Feb. 21, 1940; 

I 25479. 

Hall, Alice L. 1804, 1805 

Fleming (Mr. and Mrs. Owen) and 
boys, Dover ; by J. Dempsey. — Street 
(Caroline, Sarah and Emily) New Ha- 
ven, 1832. © Dec. 15, 1939; H 1570, 
1571. 

Halsey, Edward S. 1806 

Ironing-chord holder. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1940 ; I 25329. 

Hanley (James) co. 1807-1814 

Come on out and play. Wonder if 
that ground hog sees the wrong shad- 
ow. © Feb. 2, 1940 ; K 44881. 

I guess it must be Saturday night. 
© Feb. 7, 1940 ; K 44756. 

I like 'em better in cans. © Jan. 17, 
1940 ; K 44684. 



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1847 



I'm all right so far. Put Hanley's 
on ice. © Jan. 24, 1940 ; K 44758. 

Special release ! Now for some fun. 
© Jan. 2, 1940 ; K 44757. 

Thev put salt on their tails. Makes 
you thirsty. © Feb. 14, 1940 ; K 44825. 

This ought to be good. © Jan. 10, 
1940 ; K 44685. 

Well, do I get it, judge? Best of 
bread. © Feb. 20, 1940 ; K 44850. 

Hansen, Sigurd R. 1815 

Safe-T match match packet cover. 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1940 ; I 25388. 

Harmsen, Guillermo F. 1816 

Improved internal combustion tur- 
bine. © 1 c .Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25264. 

Hawk, Eugene William. 1817 

Telamap. © Oct. 19, 1939; I 25351. 
Hays corp. 1818-1820 

Hays recorder chart, 313. © Jan. 10, 
1940 ; I 25223. 

317. © Jan. 30, 1940 ; I 25389. 

351. © Jan. 10, 1940 ; I 25197. 

Hayti, Mo. 1821 

Hayti, Mo. auto license, 1940. © 
Jan. 2, 1940 ; K 44768. 

Heath, Charles W[ebster] 1822-1824 
Heath's power post-hole digger. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25373. 

Heath's rotatable marine propul- 
sion. — Heath's rotary ejector nozzle. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 29, 1940; I 25292, 
25293. 

Heddon's (James) sons. 1825 

Heddon speed-swing shafts. © Dec. 
25, 1939 ; K 44725. 

Heileman (G.) brewing co. 1826 

I'm riding high on quality. © Feb. 
10, 1940 ; K 44831. 

Heinrich, Valentine. 1827 

Miniature safety razor. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1940 ; I 25361. 

Henderson, Ken L. 1828 

Mrs. Silver's diggin's. © Dec. 11, 
1939 ; J 29790. 

Hendricks, Nathan V. 1829 

Cross section of earth through polar 

diameter. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1940; I 

25285. 

Heron, Robert F. 1830 

Chemical treatment of plant cuttings. 
© Nov. 20, 1939 ; J 29788. 



Hewitt, Charles. 1831 

Spirit Lake, Id., Masonic temple. © 
Jan. 8, 1940 ; J 29804. 

Hilborn, Julius. 1832 
America their alma mater, democ- 
racy their goal. © Dec. 10, 1939; J 
29871. 

Hodgson, Tom. 1833 

Keep-car-clean shoe scraper. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25375. 

Hoffman, Arnold & Huntington, Robert. 

1834 
License plate seal. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1940 ; I 25261. 

Hoffman, Malvina. 1835 

Baby — ^3 weeks old. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1940 ; J 29862. 

Howell, Henry Clay. 1836 

Weather clock. © 1 c. Jan. 16, 1940 ; 
I 25217. 

Howell, Walter C. 1837 

Plans for sailing boat, S-15-45. © 
Dec. 15, 1939 ; I 25221. 

Industrial equities, inc. 1838, 1839 

What makes a railroad go? Motive 
and man power, 20R. — Win cash for 
your ideas that reduce accidents on our 
property, 24R. © Oct. 20, 1939; K 
44641, 44642. 

International business machines corp. 

1840, 1841 

Typing with glasses of water poised 

on each wrist. — Typing with glasses of 

water strapped to each wrist. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 8, 1940 ; J 29847, 29848. 

Jacobson, Sylvia. 1842 

Help-a-bit kit. © Dec. 7, 1939; K 
44675. 

Jansson, Arvid. 1843 

Uniform risillience [ ?] spring for ve- 
hicles. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25216. 

Johnson, Clifford C. & Humiston, Law- 
rence J. 1844 

Travelarm. © Nov. 8, 1939 ; K 44799. 
Jones, Areal F. 1845 

Win-dor. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940; I 
25208. 

Jones, Joel T., jr. 1846 

Safety match case. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; I 25358. 

Kaasa, Gilbert O. 1847 

Tool stand. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940; I 
25262. 



3980—40- 



31 



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1848 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Kelley, Albert. 1848, 1849 

Beater device and improvements. — 
Egg beater. © 1 c. each Feb. 3, 1940 ; 
I 25419, 25427. 

Ketcham (Howard) inc. 1850, 1851 

Suggestions for a smart, comfortable 
and economical small passenger car. — 
Suggestions for a smart, easily-loaded 
inexpensive delivery vehicle, (c) 1 c. 
each Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25194, 25195. 

Kimble glass co. 1852-1854 

Get your Kimble dairy manual, we 
still have a copy for you. © Feb. 15, 
1940 ; K 44835. 

Kimble brand for assurance, weigh- 
ing bottles. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; K 44691. 

Kimble glass vials for maximum 
adaptability. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; K 44676. 

King, Carolyn Williams. 1855 

From my old scrap book. © Jan. 12, 
1940 ; K 44722. 

Kinney, Edson Frank. 1856 

Model window display featuring safe- 
ty razors and blades. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1940 ; I 25353. 

Kirkpatrick, Ephraim W. 1857 

Power motor. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940 ; 
I 25463. 

Knox, John. 1858, 1859 

At Beverly Farms, Mass., in Sept., 

1930: 

Holmes (Jws^ice Oliver Wendell) — 

Holmes (Justice Oliver Wendell) and 

John Knox. © 1 c. each Feb. 23, 1940 ; 

J 29884, 29885. 

Koch, Edwin Albert. 1860 

Novel apartment house design. © 
Dec. 10, 1939 ; K 44765. 

Krebs, LeRoy J. 1861 

Combined passing signal, directional 
light and stolen signal. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1940 ; I 25280. 

Krinbill, Howard Ruh. 1862 

Depreciation reserve chart. © Dec. 

19, 1939 ; I 25232. 

Kroc, Louis. 1863 

Quick action hook. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; I 25379. 

Krupin, Philip & Heilmann, Clement J. 

1864 
Design for coaster plate. © 1 c. Jan. 

20, 1940 ; I 25269. 

Kuhlhanek, Jerry J. 1865 

Box cover retainer. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1940 ; I 25275. 



Kunstanstalten May, a. g. 1866-1878 
Brandung bei sonnenaufgang, 6472 ; 
by J. Harders. — Egern am Tegernsee, 
7622; by Clemens Freitag. — Fischkut- 
ter auf ruhiger see, 5741; by Rudolf 
Guba. — Heilige Familie bei der arbeit, 
7722; by Rudolf Wenzel [pseud. So- 
nino]— Hitler (Adolf) 7222; by Hans 
Schultze - Gorlitz. — Im Wartburghof, 
5535 ; by Otto Hamel. — Konig der liif te, 
5739 ; by Karl Wurm. — Mariagern mit 
Watzmann, 7623; by Hans Sengtha- 
ler. — Millstatt am see, 7624; by Franz 
Bernhard. — Ober-Grainau, 7621 ; by 
Heinz Theis. — Sommerabend, 5842; by 
George M. Meinzolt. © Aug. 10, 1939 ; 
H 1551-1553, 1555-1562. 

Mohn und margueriten, 5843; by M. 
Streckenbach. © Nov. 2, 1939 ; H 1550. 
Rosen am fenster, 7253; by Adolf 
Mother. © June 22, 1939 ; H 1554. 

Lamberty co., inc. 1879 

Baptismal certificate. © Aug. 1, 
1939 ; K 44688. 

Lamborn & co., inc. 1880 

Lamborn's chart of 1939 sugar prices. 
© Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25196. 

Landry, Richard. 1881 

Remains of a battle royal. © 1 c. 
Feb. 23, 1940 ; J 29888. 

Larson & Carlson, inc. 1882 

In memoriam. © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1940; 
I 25234. 

Lawsine, Leo. 1883 

RMA standard T-111 television sig- 
nal. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1940 ; I 25432. 

Lee, H. 1884 

Certificate border blotter, 22. © 
June 1, 1939 ; K 44701. 

Lee, S. Charles. 1885-1887 

Stagger type seating arrangement, 

528. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1940 ; I 25319. 
Theatre entrance arrangement, 507- 

lA. — Theatre floor arrangement, 500-1. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 5, 1940 ; I 25333, 25334. 

Leiby, Irvin J. 1888 

Arm and sill shield. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 
1940 ; I 25272. 

Lejeune. 1889 

Lejeune presents four tropical 
odeurs. © Dec. 10, 1939 ; K 44643. 

Leon, John. 1890 

[Commercial design] These rules 
are the same for figure drawing or any 
object in nature. © Feb. 6, 1940; I 
25403. 



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no. 2, 1940 



1927 



Lever bros. co. 1891 

It's up to you. © Jan. 17, 1940; J 

29886. 

Lewis, D. D. 1892 

Universal spirit of service, God's 

whisper. © Feb. 8, 1940 ; K 44822. 

Liggett & Meyers tobacco co. 1893 

Pipe smokers . . . try a milder cooler 
smoke, Granger. © Jan. 4, 1940; K 
44833. 
Lloyd studio. 1894-1897 

Birth of a new nation. — Charter mak- 
ing. — Exploration. — Trading. © Mar. 
23, 1939 ; J 29878-29881. 
Lopez, Serafin Garcia. 1898 

Milk bottle cap. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1940 ; I 25193. 
Lorch, Harry S. 1899 

Park-in theatre; main floor plans. 
© Feb. 8, 1940 ; I 25442. 
Lord (Phillips H.) inc. 1900 

Gang busters in the war on crime. 
© June 1, 1939 ; K 44666. 

Lowry & Mills. 1901 

Graph of buying power and selling 
pressure. © Dec. 30, 1939 ; I 25305. 

Lutz, G. W. 1902 

Rotary cultivating wheel. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25204. 

McCullough, David R. 1903 

Mystic sleeping bed. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25464. 

McDonald, Velma. 1904 

Red and black, two color combina- 
tion, all-in-one fountain pen. © 1 c. 
Jan. 27, 1940 ; I 25308. 

McGrath, John. 1905 

Spiral grooved smoke stack. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25371. 

Majestic co. 1906, 1907 

Forced air heating systems, time and 

material estimating graphs based on 

85 jobs in three cities. © Jan. 19. 

1940 : I 25343. 

Gravity heating systems, time and 

material estimating graphs based on 

60 jobs in three cities. © Jan. 19, 

1940 ; I 25448. 

Management engineers. 1908 

Management control board. © Mar. 
1, 1939 ; I 25384. 

Manning, Maxrvvell & Moore, inc. 1909 
[Recorder chart] 9114. © Feb. 15, 
1940 ; I 25431. 



Martin, Hal. 1910 

Cape Cod cuddy construction plans. 
© Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25458. 

Masters, Sib W. 1911 

Fish trap. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940; I 
25359. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 1912-1914 

Babies supervised by physicians are 
better babies. © Dec. 23, 1939, Jan. 
23, 1940 ; K 44609, 44828. 

Winken, Blinken and Nod; by Bern- 
hard Pothast. © Jan. 24, 1940; K 
44829. 

Meek, Richard Clarkson. 1915 

Progressive steps for trisecting an 
angle by the Meek method. © 1 c. 
Jan. 22, 1940 ; I 25215. 

Melchar, Louis E. 1916 

Scottish terrier club of northern 
Ohio. © Nov. 30, 1939 ; K 44646. 

Melcher, Emil. 1917 

Scooter grass edger. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25465. 

Mendel, Delbert A. 1918 

Psychrosolver. © Sept. 19, 1939; I 
25453. • 



Merchant, William F. 



1919 



Dry Falls, Grand Coulee, Wash. © 
Dec. 30, 1939 ; J 29864. 

Mertz, Robert C. 1920 

Flashlight blackout. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25466. 

Messenger corporation. 1921, 1922 

Kelly (G. M.) : 

Jesus on the Mount of Olives, 900 — 
Good Shepherd, 901. © Dec. 12, 1939 ; 
K 44723, 44724. 

Metz litho arts, inc. 1923 

Congratulations seagram to — Con- 
gratulations and best wishes from — . 
© Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 44704. 

Microphoto. 1924, 1925 

Kalo terme minor, X 302. — Reticuli- 
terme hespures, X 301. © Aug. 17, 
1939 ; J 29805, 29806. 

Miener, Albert V. 1926 

Necktie holder. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; 
I 25273. 

Mietk-Liuba, Margaret Zinaida von. 

1927 
Melody hour. © Nov. 15, 1939; K 
44474. 



33 



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1928 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Milholland, Texas A. 1928 

Free wheeling hub. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1937 ; I 25467. 

Miller, Junius G. 1929 

Wire line saver for swivel sockets. 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25263. 

Milner's studio. 1930 

Pride of Texas. © Feb. 1, 1940; J 

29876. 

Mohr, Lewis L. 1931 

Automatic stepladder. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1940 ; I 25426. 



Morando, Emanuel R. 



1932-1934 



Cable payout and take up service. — 
Combined coat and vest. — Jack for 
automobiles. © 1 c. each Jan. 30, 
1939 ; I 25313-25315. 

Morehouse baking co. 1935 

New brand captures valuable vitamin 
B-1. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; K 44706. 

Moss & CO. 1936 

Flirtation ; by Thomas Attardi. © 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; H 1545. 

Mother Cabrini league. 1937 

Cabrini {Blessed Francis Javier) 
© Feb. 10, 1940 ; K 44824. 

Mueller (Josef) Verlag Ars sacra. 

1938, 1939 
Volkel (Oswald) : 

Jesus bei Maria und Martha, 
38001.— Jesus der kinderfreund, 38000. 
© June 15, 1939 ; H 1563, 1564. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co. 1940, 1941 

Strachan (Claude) : 
Home of my childhood. — Welcome 
of the open door. © Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 
44601, 44602. 

Myaida, Shogo. 1942, 1943 

Diagrams of flower arrangement 
forms. — Diagrams of flower arrange- 
ment rules. © 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1940 ; 
I 25218, 25219. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 1944-1949 

Cost of living and real weekly earn- 
ings, 1929-1939. © Feb. 9, 1940; I 
25436. 

Cotton and wheat. United States, 
crop years, 1928-1939. © Feb. 2, 1940 ; 
I 25320. 

Course of the federal deficit, fiscal 
years 1931-1941. © Jan. 19, 1940; I 
25222. 



Farm prices, income and purchases. 
United States, 1929-1939. © Feb. 23, 
1940 ; I 25481. 

Mineral production. United States, 
1860-1939. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1940; I 
25301. 

Public debt versus private debt in the 
United States. © Feb. 16, 1940; I 
25437. 

National lead co. Baroid sales div. 

1950 
Viscosity of sucrose-water solutions 
as a function of composition and tem- 
perature. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1940 ; I 25286. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 1951 

Cherry blossoms; by Louis Van der 
Steen. © Jan. 24, 1940 ; H 1565. 

Norcross. 1952-2013 

Ain't birthdays wonderful, 15B1041.— 
Ain't you ever going to write? 15R781. — 
Anniversary greetings, 10W455. — Birth- 
day? Well, I turned out my pockets, 
10B1049.— Could I forget your birth- 
day? Neigh, neigh, 15B1039.— Don't 
give a toot about birthdays, 10B1039. — 
Floppy, A, B. — Got your birthday on my 
mind, 10B1042. — Happy anniversary, 
ain't love grand? 10W454. — Happy 
birthday dearie, 15B1030. — Happy 
birthday from guess who? 10B1020.— 
Happy birthday, get all you can out of 
it, 15B1046.— Happy birthday, long 
time no see, 10B1046. — Happy birthday, 
no one would know you had 'em, 
10B1051.— Happy birthday, the joke's 
on you, 10B1043. — Happy birthday to 
my sweet little sweetheart, 25B962. — 
Happy birthday, you sweet thing, 
15B1045. — Happy birthday, you're a 
sweet little headache, 15B1033.— Have 
a grand trip, with no hitches to it, 
10R604. — Hello honey, happy birthday, 
15B62.— Hi ho, it's your birthday I 
know, 15B1037. — Hope the hospital 
days pass quickly, 15C444. — Hope you'll 
soon be feelin's frisky, 15C316. — Hope 
you'll soon be in perfect shape, 
15C314. — Hope you'll soon be well and 
riding high, 10C314. — I think of you day 
in, day out, 10B743. — I'd do anything to 
make you well, 15C313. — I'd walk more 
than a mile to wish you happy birth- 
day, 15B1040. — I'll write soon, you 
might think my arm is broken, 
10R791. — I'm a scatterbrain for forget- 
ting your birthday, 10B533. — Isn't your 
birthday near? 10B608.— Just a birth- 
day thought, straight from my heart, 
15B65. — No lion, I hope your birthday 
will be just gr-r-rand, 15B1042. — One 
anniversary wish for two, 15W453. — 
Put on the feed bag.— Sick? Oh what 



34 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 2, 1940 



2061 



upsetting news. 10C315. — Smile, darn 
you, smile ! ifs your birthday, 
iOB1040. — So glad your operation is 
over, 15C473. — So pleased to hear 
you're better, 10C313. — There's always 
room for one more birthday, 15B1034. — 
This is a good trick. — To cheer you 
with a get-well chorus, 10C316. — 
Watch your step and get well soon, 
15C308. — Yoo hoo! happy birthday to 
you-oo, 10B1041.— You sick? Gosh I'm 
sorry, 15C315. — You sick? So sorry, 
dear, such news to hear, 10C317. — Your 
birthdav. well ! well ! 25B1007. © Jan. 

8, 1940 ; K 44535-44581, 44590. 
Birthday message, 50B31. — Corset's 

your trick. — Cup of cheer, 1011701. — 
For mother's birthday, a heart full of 
love, 50B671. — For the bride and groom, 
a house of dreams. 15W51. — Good 
morning! I'm thinking of you today, 
15R701. — I nude you'd lack a suit. — I 
nude vou'd make a hit. — Let yourself 
go and bid. © Jan. 6, 1940 ; K 44582- 
44587, 44591, 44594, 44596. 

Birthday thoughts of you, 35B32.— 
For a real good friend, 15R746. — Glad 
birthday mother dear, 15B674. — Happy 
birthday to my husband, 25B840. — 
While you are ill, 15C212. © Jan. 12, 
1940; K 44588, 44589. 44592, 44593, 
44595. 

Norton, Homer L. 2014 

Anti-side slipping attachment for mo- 
tor vehicles. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1940; I 
25423. 

Oahu pub. CO. 2015-2020 

Lessons from Oahu school of music. 
© Jan. 3, 1940 ; K 44882. 

Linger longer. © Jan. 22, 1940; K 
44885. 

Old oaken bucket. © Feb. 16, 1940 ; 
K 44887. 

Onward Christian soldiers. © Jan. 

9, 1940 ; K 44884. 

Silver threads among the gold. © 
Feb. 8. 1940 ; K 44883. 

You go to your church and I'll go to 
mine. © Jan. 9, 1940 ; K 44886. 

Oakes, Edward D. 2021 

Fire flail. © 1 c. Jan. 20. 1940; I 
25278. 

Odemark, Laura. 2022, 2023 

Buffalo herd. — Three plavmates. © 

1 c. each July 25, 1939 ; J 29811, 29812. 

O'Donnell, Edward T. 2024 

Submarine tubes or tunnels. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25382. 



Ohio oil CO., inc. 2025 

Marathon tell-tale check-uD. © Jan. 
10, 1940 ; I 25478. 

Oriel, William Byron. 2026 

Home baseball game. © 1 c. Jan 2. 
1940 ; J 29802. 



Osborne co. 



2027-2035 



Across the Delaware — Christmas, 
1776 ; by Henry Hintermeister. — Double 
catch; by Henry Hintermeister. — Good 
health, good cheer, safe voyage ahead ; 
by Walter De Maris. — Happy land of 
childhood; by Maud Tousey Fangel. — 
Home is home the wide world over ; by 
Henry P. Smith. — Homeward bound 
from the seven seas ; by A. Liedtke. — 
Perfect point ; by Arthur D, Fuller. — 
Pioneers of tomorrow; by Walter De 
Maris. — Shining sea, a smiling sky and 
a happy home ; by Daniel Sherrin. © 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 44610-44618. 

Ouren, Karl. 2036 

Erikson (Leif) discovering America, 
year 1000. © Oct. 1, 1939 ; J 29803. 

Oxford varnish corp. 2037-2039 

Granite, 264 - III. — Marble, 268-11. 

© Jan. 29, 1940 ; J 29865, 29866. 

Walnut-281-I. © Jan. 24. 1940: K 

44767. 

Parr, Maggie Mildred. 2040-2046 

Bee stinger and poison sack. — Face 
of a honey bee showing the five eyes. — 
First leg of a honey bee showing an- 
tenna and comb. — Hind wing of a honey 
bee showing hooks. — Mouth parts of a 
honey bee. — Second leg of a honey bee 
shov.'ing spur. — Third leg of a honey bee 
showing pollen packer and pollen comb. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 27. 1940: J 29890- 
29896. 



Peabody. Roland E. 



2047-2061 



Franconia Notch, N. H. : 

Cannon Mountain aerial passenger 
tramway, TC-47. — Cannon Mountain 
aerial tramway, TC-46, TC-51.— De- 
sign for skiing. Cannon Mountain, 
A-20. — -High in the Notch, Cannon 
Mountain aerial tramway, TC-5. — High 
speed in powder snow on the Cannon 
Mountain trail, S-50. — Sky route to ski 
sport. Cannon Mountain aerial tram- 
way. TC-10.— Start of Cannon Moun- 
tain trail. S-51. © Jan. 12, 1940: J 
29851-29856, 29858, 29859. 

Cannon Mountain aerial tramwav. 
TC 23.— High aloft, TC 12. © Oct. 2, 
1939 ; J 29807, 29808. 



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2062 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Peabody, Roland E. — Continued. 

Cannon Mountain aerial tramway 
and ski trails, A-24. © Dec. 15, 1939 ; 
J 29860. 

Echo Lake from Cannon Mountain 
aerial tramway, TC-40. — High in the 
Franconias, Cannon Mountain aerial 
tramway, TC-44. © Aug. 1, 1940; J 
29850, 29857. 

Franconia Notch, N. H., Cannon 
Mountain aerial tramway : 
Ride up— ski down, TC 15.— Val- 
ley station, B 20. © Sept. 11, 1939; 
J 29809, 29810. 

Peacock (H. K.) memorials, inc. 2062 
Toomey memorial, 4316A. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1940 ; I 25440. 

Pearson, Arvid R. 2063 

Buttonless strap holder for overalls. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940 ; I 25468. 

Penberthy, Harvey Larry. 2064 

Holden, Wash. © Dec. 16, 1939; J 
29792. 

Pero, Clark co. 2065 

New York bank stock index, Jan., 
1940. © Jan. 11, 1940 ; I 25192. 

Petersen, Harry & Petersen, George R. 

2066 
Gas stove burner. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25469. 

Petrenas, Paul. 2067 

Speed rule. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940; I 
25368. 



Pfeiffer brewing co. 



2068 



Say Fifer for flavor. © Feb. 8, 1940 ; 
K 44880. 



Pickett, Robert T. 



2069 



Oscillating lamp for trains. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1940 ; I 25470. 

Pike (H. H.) & son. 2070 

Sugar, 1939. © Jan. 18, 1940; I 
25441. 

Pohl, Arthur M. 2071 

EZ-kleen-windo. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25471. 

Popular science pub. co., inc. 2072 

Canvas-covered sectional boat 10'-3" 
long, 382. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; I 25307. 

Porter, William T. 2073 

Advertising or display device. © 1 c. 
Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25203. 



Pote, Winston H. 2074-2078 

Eastern Slope Inn, North Conway, 
N. H., 42. — Moat range from Cranmore 
ski slope. North Conway, N. H., 1349. — 
Schneider (Hannes) and teaching staff, 
North Conway, N. H., 54. — Ski classes 
on North Conway ski slope, 1350. — 
Washington (Mt.) from Mt. Wildcat 
ski trail, 1348. © Jan. 30, 1940; J 
29842-29846. 

Powell, Frank. 2079-2080 

Belmont club. © Feb. 6, 1940; K 

44801. 
Five o'clock club. © Feb. 10, 1940; 

K 44802. 

Precision control co. 2081 

Combustion efficiency meter chart, 
01046. © Jan. 18, 1940; I 25346. 

Presbrey-Leland studios, inc. 2082 

Minis mausoleum, 39022. © 1 c. Feb. 
6, 1940 ; I 25485. 

Priddy, Miles Krittenton. 2083 

Vibrolin. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940; I 

25472. 

Providence lithograph co. 2084-2093 
Birds make their nests. © Jan. 18, 
1940 ; K 44727. 

Brave prophet. — Eskimos go hunt- 
ing. — God is near. — Samuel goes to 
church. — Watching the boats come in. — 
We ought build the temple. — We talk 
to God. © Jan. 17, 1940; K 44694- 
44700. 

Children can help things to grow. — 
Happy times at church. © Jan. 15, 
1940 ; K 44692, 44693. 

Pruett, Earl M. 2094 

Strawberry special plow. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1940 ; I 25283. 

Radovich, John Christopher. 

2095, 2096 

Automatic river dredge. © 1 c. Feb. 
24, 1940; I 25459. 

Radio operated, controlled, corrected 
or actuated time piece. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1940 ; I 25224. 

Randall, Orville. 2097 

Rotary seal pump. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; I 25376. 

Rebano, Luis S. 2098 

Rubber ice bag. © 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1939 ; I 25202. 

Recotta, Edward J. 2099 

Observation paraloon. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1940 ; I 25417. 



36 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 2, 1940 



2142 



Red River lumber co. 2100 

Ponderosa pine, Paul Bunyan's for- 
est, Westwood, Calif. © Jan. 1, 1940; 
K 44303. 

Reddy Kilowatt. 2101 

What's new among commercial users 
of electricity, Dec, 1939. © Dec. 10, 
1939 ; K 44619. 

Reeves, Ernest Lee. 2102 

Illuminated night clock. © 1 c. Jan. 
20, 1940 ; I 25271. 

Refinery supply co. 2103, 2104 

Ac-Me gravitometer chart, R-2420- 
7-10. © Dec. 29, 1939 ; I 25309. 

Ac-Me recording gravitometer chart, 
R-2412-2-10. © Dec. 29, 1939 ; I 25198. 

Republic flow meters co. 2105-2112 

Republic flow meters co. chart, 11-15, 

14-CA-200800, 14-CA-503800. © Feb. 

7, 1940 ; I 25395-25397. 
60-CA-50, 60-CA-400, 63-CA- 

400800, 68-1505. © Feb. 1, 1940; I 

25390-25393. 

63-CA-201251000. © Feb. 5, 

1940; 125394. 

Richardson, Walter E. 2113-2115 

Linnet junior dart. — Linnet senior 
dart. — Linnet silver dart. © Feb. 3, 
1940 ; I 25337-25339. 

Richardson, William Julius. 2116 

Succession of bloom of flowers. © 
1 c. Feb. 21, 1940 ; I 25443. 

Rixson (Oscar C.) co. 2117-2120 

Checks on Herculite doors with P. P. 
G. fittings, nos. 21-26, T-21-26-H, nos. 
30-40, T-30-40-H.— Template details 
for uni-check floor check, T-UNI-1. © 
1 c. each Jan. 29, 1940 ; I 25288-25290. 
Pivot handed, 19. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25435. 

Roemig, Joseph H. 2121 

Card and key carrier. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1940 ; I 25205. 

Romanoff, Alexis L. 2122 

Harvard. © Dec. 20, 1939 ; K 44674. 

Ross, eng. co. 2123 

50th anniversary, the Pan American 

union, 1890-1940. © Jan. 27, 1940; K 

44659. 

Rossiter, Jay A. 2124 

Method of determining specific grav- 
ity or a change of specific gravity of 
fluid in oil or other pipe lines. © 1 c. 
Feb. 10, 1940 ; I 25352. 



Rothrock, Lillian B. 2125 

Contour eyeglasses. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1940 ; I 25206. 

Rubinstein, Harry, 2126 

Sorrowful — I, too, once played with 
fire. © 1 c. Feb. 6, 1940 ; J 29877. 

Russell, Vernon C. 2127 

Storm window sash. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1940 ; I 25362. 

Saalfield pub. co. 2128 

Paper weaving, 2302. © Jan. 10, 
1940 ; K 44473. 

Sage, Paul E. 2129 

Table lock. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940; I 

25270. 

Saint Germain press, inc. 2130 

Ballard (Guy W.) our beloved mes- 
senger. © Feb. 6, 1940; J 29872. 

Salassi, Louis L. 2131 

Improvement on gear shifting mecha- 
nism. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1939 ; I 25401. 

Sandler (Henry B.) co., inc. 

2132, 2133 
Grevedon (H.) : 

1069, 1070. © Jan. 28, 1940; K 
44702, 44703. 

Saunier, Isabel C. 2134 

Susan's aide. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1940; 
I 25399. 

Savage, Julius J. 2135 

Fountain shaving brush and improve- 
ments. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25214. 

Schadell, Clemence M. 2136 

Improved bed covering support. © 
1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25378. 

Schmitt, Julius A. 2137 

Door latch. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940; I 
25374. 

Scoggins, Jesse C. 2138 

Stiffened envelope for photographs. 
© 1 c. Jan, 20, 1940 ; I 25260. 

Scott, Bert. 2139 

Waiting for Santa. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1940 ; J 29841. 

Segel, Ralph H. 2140 

Stagger lev6l residence, 401. © 1 c. 
Jan. 30, 1940 ; I 25300. 

Semion, Walter A. 2141, 2142 

Fastening device. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 

1940 ; I 25266. 
Tumbling toy and channel. © 1 c. 

Jan. 12, 1940 ; I 25211. 



37 



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2143 



pt. IV, n, s., V. 35 



Shelton, George I. 2143 

Electric fuse assembly. © 1 c. Jan. 
12, 1940 ; I 25212. 

Sherman, Albert Hyman. 2144 

Summer midnight on the Yukon, (c) 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1940 ; J 29796. 

Shorr, Norman. 2145 

Automobile bumper, (c) 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1940 ; I 25449. 

Shroder, Theresa. 2146 

Pius XII (Pope) © Jan. 19, 1940; 
K 44640. 

Shure bros. 2147 

Random energy efficiency graph. © 
Dec. 5, 1939 ; I 25024. 

Silverbuck, inc. 2148-2150 

Buck Jones and the bandits of Dead 

Man's Gulch; by Ken Ernst, © May 

25, 1939 ; K 44810. 
Buck Jones and the bank holdup ; by 

Ken Ernst. © July 26, 1939 ; K 44815. 
Buck Jones and the canyon rustier; 

by Ken Ernst. © Aug. 24, 1939; K 

44804. 

Sisreau co. 2151 

Scalp health and hair beauty. © 
Nov. 1, 1939 ; K 44304. 

Slade, Starkie N. 2152 

System of maturing plants. © 1 c. 
Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25279. 

Slaughter, L. Burke. 2153 

Slaughter memorial, 3861C. © 1 c. 
Feb. 2, 1940 ; I 25439. 

Slesinger (Stephen) inc. 2154-2173 

Bronc peeler. — G-men vs the living 
masks. © June 1, 1939 ; K 44667, 44668. 

Ed Tracer, G-man X32. © Feb. 24, 
Mar. 24, June 23, 1939 ; K 44605, 44606, 
44820. 

Ed Tracer, G-man X32.— Speed Bol- 
ton, air ace. © May 25, July 26, Aug. 
24, 1939; K 44812, 44813, 44816, 44817, 
44803, 44807. 

Mr. Wong, detective. — Tex Thorne. 
© June 1, 1939 ; K 44661, 44669. 

Tom Mix and the payroll bandits. 
© May 25, June 23, 1939; K 44809, 
44819. 

Tom Mix and the story of Hoodoo 
Ranch. © July 26, Aug. 24, 1939; K 
44814, 44805. 

Tom Taylor, G-man X32. © Aug. 
23, Oct. 7, Nov. 10, 1938; K 44603, 
44604, 44607. 



Slote & Klein, inc. 2174, 2175 

Flair- — a soft suede belt. © Jan. 1, 

1940 ; K 44063. 
Pretzel-gala braided motif on shining 

patent leather belt. © Feb. 1, 1940; 

K 44705. 

Smith, Harry John. 2176 

Baby Derby comes to town. © Jan. 
12, 1940 ; K 44762. 

Smith, Myron Bement. 2177, 2178 

Tak-i Bostan, Iran, detail L 208.8, 

L 208.23. © 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1940; J 

29869, 29870. 

Southern memorial co. 2179 

Mendez memorial. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1940 ; I 25486. 

Spears, Lewis M. 2180 

Knee joint protector. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 
1940 ; I 25429. 

Speed-o-craft co. 2181 

Plans for model cruiser Defiance. © 
Dec. 1, 1939 ; I 25306. 

Standard brands, inc. 2182 

I'll never hear the end of that awful 
cake. © Jan. 17, 1940 ; K 44639. 

Standard oil co. of Calif. 2183 

Basic design chart for multi stage, 
high speed centrifugal pumps. © Dec. 
19, 1939 ; I 25199. 

Stein, George R. 2184 

Sheridan sanitary drinking straw 
dispenser. © 1 c. Dec. 20, 1939; I 
25321. 

Steuben glass, inc. 2185-2211 

Andre Derain bowl. — Aristide Mail- 
lol urn. — Christian Berard plate. — Dun- 
can Grant vase. — Eric Gill vase. — Fer- 
nand Leger vase. — Georgia O'Keeffe 
tray. — Giorgio de Chirico urn. — Grant 
\Vood vase.— Henri Matisse vase. — Isa- 
mu Noguchi plate. — Jean Cocteau 
vase. — Jean Hugo bowl. — John Gregory 
vase. — John Steuart Curry plate. — Jose 
Maria Sert vase. — Leon Kroll urn. — 
Marie Laurencin vase. — Moise Kisling 
vase. — Muirhead Bone vase. — Paul 
Manship vase. — Pavel Tchelitchew 
brandy balloon. — Peter Hurd vase. — 
Raoul Dufy vase. — Salvador Dali 
bowL^ — Sidney Waugh vase. — Thomas 
Benton plate. © 1 c. each Jan. 17, 
1940 ; J 29814-29840. 

Story, Jake T. 2212 

Rex Americus Pat. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 
1940 : J 29873. 



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CLASSES H-K 



no. 2, 1940 



2272 



Strawbridge, Robert E., jr. 2213 

International field, Meadow Brook 
club, 1939 ; bv Paul Brown. © Dec. 20, 
1939 ; K 44849. 

South, Jack. 2214 

Liner puller. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940; 
I 25265. 

Swartswelter, Ralph A. 2215-2217 

Master car. © 1 c. Dec. 19, 1939 ; I 

25297. 

Master kar: 
Bottom view, 1. — Top view, 2. © 

1 c. each Jan. 25, 1940 ; J 29798, 29799. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 2218-2220 
Tag chart, 500-O-IR-%, 800-O- 

IR-%, 1800-O-IR-%. © Feb. 20, 

1940 ; I 25453-25457. 

1600°C-O-PR. © Dec. 13, 1939 ; 

I 25229. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 2222-2241 

Anticipation, C-1209. — Blond adven- 
turess, C-1206.— Coquette, C-1203.— 
Glamour girl, C-1210. — Interlude, 
C-1207.— Linger awhile, C-1205.— Re- 
freshing, C-1208. — Saucy sailorette, 
C-1204.— Seashore senorita, C-1202.— 
Vivacious, C-1201. © Feb. 2, 1940; K 
44738-44747. 

I love to sit beside the sea, 9A- 
H2467. — I see a dear with a bare be- 
hind, 9A-H2469.— I'm red as a lobster 
from sunning myself, 9A-H2475. — I'm 
right in the middle, 9A-H2470.— Oh, I'm 
a lonely little dear, 9A-H2471.— Out 
here in nature's wonderland, 9A- 
H2468. — Pack up your cares and hurry 
here, 9A-H2466.— S-s-sh ! Please go 
'way and let me sleep, 9A-H2473. — 
They're grabbing my bait, 9A-H2474. — 
Things to do and things to see, 9A- 
H2472. © Jan. 31, 1940; K 44728- 
44737. 

Terlinde, Bernard A. 2242 

Towel holder. © 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; 
I 25357. 

Thompson products, inc. 2243-2254 

Hubbell (Charles H.) : 
And so through the night. — Assign- 
ment completed. — Catapult. — Coast pa- 
trol. — Early errand.— Into his stacks. — 
Mastiff and terriers. — O v e r Camp 
Perry. — Over the nest. — Pylon polish- 
er. — Trouble coming up.^ — X marks the 
spot. © Jan. 11, 1940 ; K 44837-44848. 

Todd, John C. 2255 

Spring cover packer for automobiles. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940 ; I 25473. 



Townsend, Charles Melton. 2256 

Shadows thru Lincoln memorial. © 
1 c. Jan. 29, 1940 ; J 29797. 

Trapani, Joseph F. 2257 

Measurement drill. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25474. 

Tyler, Charles. 2258 

Garment hanger. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 
1939 ; I 25406. 

Unger, William E. 2259 

Straight hole boring gage. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1940 ; I 25421. 

United feature syndicate, inc. 2260 

Grin and bear it ; by Lichty. © May 
12, 1939 ; K 44660. 

Valentine, Jesse A. 2261, 2262 

Childrens hall tree. — Dust mop shock 
absorber. © 1 c. each Feb. 6, 1939; I 
25316, 25317. 

Van Hefte, J. Henry. 2263 

Facial tissue chest or container. © 
1 c. Feb. 16, 1940 ; I 25460. 

Van Sant, Walter. 2264 

Mortar container for building con- 
struction work. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1940; 
I 25418. 

Walters, Frank T. 2265 

Automatic alarm light. © 1 c. Feb. 
3, 1940; I 25422. 

Washington school for secretaries, inc. 

2266 
Comparison of technical skills. © 
Jan. 8, 1940 ; I 25294. 

Wasisco, George G. 2267 

X-ray device. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1940; 

I 25210. 

Webster, Paul R. 2268 

Knee action automatic banker. © 

1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; I 25281. 

Welter, A. S. & Washburn, A. F. 2269 
[Bull market chart on curved pro- 
jection, 1921-1929] © 1 c. Jan. 30, 
1940 ; I 25311. 

West Virginia pulp & paper co. 2270 
New York Harbor in 1860; by Le 

Grand de Reulant. © Dec. 20, 1939; 

H 1546. 

Whitsett, Cameron A. & Johnson, Roger 

C. 2271 

Midnight. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1940; J 

29787. 

Wikadal, Loyed Franklin. 2272 

Son of Strongheart. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 

1940 ; J 29813. 



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2273 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Wilhelm, Charles. 2273 

Imitation grass. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1940 ; 

I 25268. 

Willetts, Elwood H. 2274 

Motor vehicle — body and power unit 

connections. © 1 c. Dec. 15, 1939; I 

25402. 

Wilson, Kenneth B. 2275 

Air equalizer for dual tires. © 1 c. 
Feb. 19, 1940 ; I 25475. 

Withrow (Arthur C.) co. 2276 

Your new car dealer knows your car 
best. © May 8, 1939 ; K 44648. 

Wood, Waddy B. 2277 

U. S. naval and marine corps reserve 
armory for the District of Columbia. 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1940 ; I 25434. 



Woodruff, William Harold. 2278 

Dispensing device. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; I 25476. 

Wright, Leland Delos. 2279 

Wire door rack for magazines. © 1 
c. Jan. 24, 1940 ; I 25400. 

Wright, William Franklin, jr. 

2280, 2281 

Electric airplane. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1939 ; I 25356. 

Wright's electric track airplane. © 
1 c. Dec. 27, 1939 ; J 29863. 

Yandon, Stanley. 2282 

Battery and generator output gauge. 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25380. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 1940 : 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) - 36 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (includ- 
ing 260 one-copy entries) 468 

Photographs (including 80 one-copy entries) -— 210 

Prints and pictorial illustrations ( including 211 contributions to periodi- 
cals and other one-copy entries) - 1,061 

Total 1,775 



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2283-3320 

THE LIBKAEY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 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 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 3 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; 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 identifjring 
reproduction. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
plete calendar year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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

Part 2, Periodicals - 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations.- 2. 00 

Single numbers - - 50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year.—. 2. 00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10. 00 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, 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 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copy- 
right if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1940. 

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 
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which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank 
will be supplied on request. Address Register or Copyrights, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Aigner, Lucien & Gondor, Emery I. 

2283-2285 
Gondor (Emery I.) : 
Bob, the G-boy. — Hap, the super- 
snap. — Ye gods and .... the deep-sea 
adventures of Chippie and Choppie. © 
1 c. each Mar. 29, 1940; G 35277-35279. 

American features, inc. 2286, 2287 

Staff artists of American features, 
inc.: 

Becky Bug. © Dec. 16, 1939; G 
35308. 

Billy Bug. © Dec. 6, 1939; G 
35309. 

American society for the control of 
cancer, inc., New York City cancer 
committee. 2288 

Rigney (Francis J.) : 

Let every one know that cancer can 

be cured. The cancer woman. © 1 c. 

Feb. 7, 1940 ; G 35218. 

Appel, Doris.* 2289, 2290 

Curie (Marie) — Pasteur (Louis) © 

1 c. each Apr. 2, 1940 ; G 35297, 35298. 

Barre granite assn., inc. 2291-2293 

Casani (John) Memorial: 
Farnnet, 1079. — Hanley, 1078.— 
Moran, 1084. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; G 35124- 
35126. 

Baston, Prescott W.* 2294 

Buddy in a hurry. © Feb. 19, 1940 ; 
G 35304. 

Batdorff, Thomas W. 2295 

Strine (Paul Richard) : 
Herb memorial. (5) 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1940 ; G 35220. 

Beck engraving co. 2296 

Scowcroft (E. T.) : 
King of Prussia inn. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1940 ; G 35227. 

Benda ( Wladyslaw T. ) * 2297 

Paderewski (I. J.) © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1940; G 35171. 

Bensinger, Jerome A.* 2298 

Let's go from childhood to manhood. 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1940 ; G 35198. 



Bocina, Joseph.* 2299 

Diavolessa, she devil; or, Herma- 
phrodite. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1940 ; G 35211. 

Bohland, Eileen Parnell.* 2300 

Wotan. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1940; G 
35281. 

Bohland, Gustav Moritz.* 2301 

Quest. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1940 ; G 35282. 

Bonazzi & Bonazzi. 2302, 2303 

Bonazzi (Ettore) : 
Monumental design, 6232, 6233. © 

Mar. 8, 1940 ; G 35107, 35108. 

Butler, Louis Ainsworth. 2304 

Rebeck (Stephen) : 
Enchantress. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1940 ; 
G 35140. 
Callaghan, Mabel Gertrude.* 

2305, 2306 
Dancer. — Lover. © 1 c. each Feb. 
23, 1940 ; G 35087, 35088. 

Campbell-Horigan. 2307 

Gittings (Eugene G.) : 

Howard Irish memorial, © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1940 ; G 35133. 

Ceresoli, Fred.* 2308 

Portable shrine. © 1 c. Feb. 10, 1940 ; 
G 35069. 

Collins, Margaret T.* 2309 

Ging-m-art. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1939; 
G 32152. 

Dallman, Otto Georg.* 2310 

Bronc rider. © Dec. 26, 1939; G 
35085. 

Davidson hats. 2311 

Davidson (Edwin) : 

Every Wear. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1940 ; 
G 35173. 

Davis, L. A.* 2312 

Traffic sign. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1940; 
G 35110. 

Dedek, Benjamin John.* 2313, 2314 

Old fashioned Christmas. © 1 c. 

Mar. 11, 1940 ; G 35109. 

On duty. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940; G 

35235. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Detchon, Irwin Lee.* 2315 

Studio stove. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1940; 
G 35129. 

Dieges & Clust. 2316 

Ribera (Lucien) : 

Ring, design. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 1940 ; 
G 35305. 

Dr. Sweet's root beer co., inc. 2317 

Van Vranken (Garrett) : 
Oil painting of an old man and a 
boy drinking root beer. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1940 ; G 35137. 

Drus, Peter Paul.* 2318 

Hollywood & Vine. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; G 35099. 

Duntze, John A. R.* 2319-2328 

Bound for still water. — Over the 
waves. — Quail. — Southward bound. © 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; G 35181-35184. 

Dolphin, 27.— Giant marlin, 26.— Sail- 
fish, 28. © Jan. 26, 1940; G 35058- 
35060. 

Sailfish with the sailfin open, 31. — 
Tarpon, a battle with silver king, 30. — 
Tarpon, silver king does a somersault, 
29. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; G 35061-35063. 

Duvoisin, Roger.* 2329 

American auxiliary committee de 
rUnion des femmes de France. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; G 35299. 

Epstein, Laurence. 2330 

Bukey (Joseph) : 

Here's how . . . Fontanes Co., New 
York. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1940; G 35221. 

Firks, Theodore H.* 2331 

Nude female figure standing on right 
leg extended back of torso, etc. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1940 ; G 35208. 

Fletcher, Alma Stuart.* 2332 

Feast of Belshazzar. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 
1940 ; G 35229. 

Flynn (Eva Luke)* 2333 

Pro Deo et patria. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1940 ; G 35217. 

Friedlander, Leo.* 2334 

Peer Gynt fountain. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1940 ; G 35226. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 2335 

Pleissner (Ogden M.) : 

Atlantic salmon fishing. © 1 c. 
Feb. 15, 1940 ; G 35316. 



Ganiere, Ann Esther. 2336 

Ganiere (George Etienne) : 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1940 ; G 34128. 

Oilman (J. P.) granite co. 2337 

Bliss design co. : 

Summer memorial, 727. © June 1, 
1939 ; G 35317. 

Grammes ( L. F. ) & sons, inc. 2338 

Burger (Albert) : 
Declaration of Independence 
plaque. © Jan. 29, 1940 ; G 35238. 

Gray, Benjamin.* 2339 

New design for playing cards. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; G 35284. 

Grigor, Margaret Christian.* 2340 

Faun dance. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1940; 
G 35120. 

Hanlon, Joseph C. 2341 

Daniels (Frank) : 

Keep America out of war. © 1 c. 
Mar. 5, 1940 ; G 35219. 

Hanna, Lester W.* 2342 

By Lester W. Hanna. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1940 ; G 35089. 

Herman, John. 2343 

Paine ( Louise A. ) : 
Chart of geologic history. © 1 c. 
Jan. 15, 1940 ; G 35236. 

Hershberger, Amos Lester.* 2344 

V eight initialed H. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 
1940 ; G 35230. 

Hintermeister, John Henry. 2345 

Hintermeister (Hy [i. e. J. H.]) : 
Washington leaving Mount Vernon 
for the first continental congress. © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1940 ; G 35306. 

Hokanson, Margrethe. 2346 

Olsen (OttoM.) : 

Nordic choral series. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1940 ; G 35210. 

Holton, Susan. 2347-2351 

DeConn (Donald) : 

Humpty-dots, A-E. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 7, 1940 ; G 35175-35179. 

Hurley, Edward Timothy.* 2352 

Mt. Adams, in the snow. © Mar. 23, 
1940 ; G 35228. 

International latex corp. 2353 

Adams (Miss Dale) & Spanel (Abra- 
ham N. ) : 
Baby, statue. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1940 ; 
G 35280. 



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no. 3, 1940 



2394 



Jetty Brite. 2354 

Bucknum (Bimne) & Buck (G. B.) : 
Jetty Brite, the helpful sprite. © 
1 c. Mar. 23, 1940 ; G 35213. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 2355-2358 

Antram (Mildred) : 

Johanson memorial, 138-P. © Feb. 
8, 1940 ; G 35294. 
Magistris (Ugo) : 
Coon memorial, 136-P. © Feb. 8, 
1940 ; G 35292. 

Peterson (Edward) Memorial: 

Powers, 139-P.— Schmidt, 137-P. 
© Feb. 8, 1940 ; G 35293, 35295. 

Jones (S. M.) co. 2359 

Humski (John) : 
Rodney and Roderick. What's mat- 
ter with them rods, Rodney? © 1 c. 
Mar. 4, 1940 ; G 35216. 

Jurras granite co., inc. 2360-2365 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Melton, 126.— Thrall, 123.— Tran- 
sue, 125. — Werner, 124. — Wilhelm, 
127.— Wiltshire, 122. © Jan. 17, 1940 ; 
G 35286-35291. 

Kasofsky, Jack.* 2366 

It's a pleasure to find a treasure like 
Old Gold. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1940; G 
35283. 

Kaunzner, Anna Emiline.* 2367 

Blockade of Uncle Sam's ark, by 
Jonny Bull. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1940; G 
35197. 

Kellogg, Stanley Price.* 2368 

Smeltania. Boyne City, Mich. © 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; G 35237. 

Koch, Richard Frederick.* 2369 

Hank the hired hand. Dustin' th' 
p'tatoes, whadja think? © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1940 ; G 35231. 

Kruger, Otto H.* 2370 

Octopus over world. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1940 ; G 35205. 

Lake, Henry F., jr. 2371 

Conner (Sidney) : 

Ex libris. (g) 1 c. Feb. 12, 1940; 
G 35123. 

La Mantia, Marion C* 2372 

Last Supper. © 1 c. Feb. 20, 1939; 
G 35132. 

Lantz (Walter) productions. 

2373, 2374 
Lantz (Walter) : 
Lil' Eightball. — Winchester. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 7, 1940 ; G 35199, 35200. 



Larsen, Horace Adolphus.* 2375-2378 
Because I live ye shall live also, D- 

106. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35285. 
He that believeth in Me shall never 

die, B-106. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35307. 
I am the resurrection and the life. I 

am the resurrection and the life — he 

that believeth in Me shall never die. 

© Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35148, 35149. 

Lawson granite co. 2379, 2380 

Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
Hunter, 2033. 2034. © Mar. 14, 
1940 ; G 35138, 35139. 

Leondar, Walter. 2381 

Galli (Walter) : 

Come up some rainy afternoon. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; G 35429. 

Lincke, Jack Reins. 2382 

Thompson (Bernard) : 
Amazing Maizie. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 
1940 ; G 35106. 

Lindwall, Arthur W.* 2383 

Tri-umph. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1940; G 
35215. 

Lozano, Edwardo A.* 2384 

Electra, the super woman. © 1 c. 
Mar. 9, 1940 ; G 35100. 

Louisiana memorials, inc. 2385 

Carson (James T.) : 

Barcelona (Joseph A.) memorial, 
401. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1940 ; G 35233. 

Lucas, Camilla. ■ 2386 

Lecomte (Paul Emile) : 

Farm house in France. © 1 c. 
Mar. 14, 1940 ; G 35119. 

Luchini, Remo.* 2387 

Flower basket. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1940 ; 
G 35091. 

Ludv/ig & Hunter. 2388 

Bowers ( John B. ) : 

Penna. super highway, 1940. © 
1 c. Feb. 13, 1940 ; G 34093. 

Lui, Sik-Kong. - 2389 

Lichtenstein (Albert) : 
Valentine girl, (g) 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1940 ; G 35315. 

Lyman, Henry P. 2390-2393 

Blue flivver. — Hi'yah bird. — Prin- 
temps. — Snooper. © 1 c. each Mar. 6, 
1940 ; G 35311-35314. 

Lyons, Gordon V.* 2394 

Behind the seams. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1940 ; G 35174. 



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2395 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



McCree, Wade H. 2395 

Scott (William E.) : 
To Negro motherhood on Mother's 
Day. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1940 ; G 35117. 

Mayer, Chester Justin.* 2396 

Man with bass violin. © 1 c. Mar. 
28, 1940 ; G 35234. 

Moore, Fred Irby. 2397 

Moore (Freddy [i. e. F. I.]) : 

Talk of Texas tables. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1940 ; G 35209. 

Muench-Kreuzer candle co. 2398-2422 
Hart (Ernest V.) : 

Football. © Feb. 12, 1940; G 
35243. 

Modernistic pine tree, 66. © Dec. 
10, 1939 ; G 35258. 

Orange, 80. © Nov. 15, 1939; G 
35255. 

Pine cone. © Dec. 2, 1939; G 
35248. 

Pippin apple, 79, © Nov. 12, 1939 ; 
G 35256. 

Quack-quack, 87. © Jan. 14, 1940 ; 
G 35246. 

Top hat. © Nov. 14, 1939; G 
35260. 

Water lily, 72. © Oct. 28, 1939; 
G 35242. 

Muench ( Thomas J. ) : 

Modernistic pine tree, 69. © Dec. 
12, 1939; G 35240. 
Saymon (Clarice) : 

Aster, 249.— Rose, 249. © Nov. 
30, 1939 ; G 35244, 35252. 

Cactus. © Oct. 10, 1939 ; G 35261. 

Daisy, 249. © Nov. 11, 1939; G 
35250. 

Donkey. © Jan. 18, 1940 ; G 35239. 

Drum major. © Dec. 14, 1939 ; G 
35254. 

Flower girl, 244. © Nov. 19, 1939; 
G 35257. 

Frog, 262. © Feb. 12, 1940; G 
35251. 

Hallowe'en pumpkin, 226. © Nov. 
10, 1939; G 35263. 

Lotus flower, 245. © Nov. 12, 1939 ; 
G 35249. 

Pink elephant. © Jan. 16, 1940 ; G 
35262. 

Poinsettia. © Feb. 4, 1940; G 
35259. 

Snooks. © Dec. 3, 1939 ; G 35241. 

Snow man. © Jan. 10, 1940; G 
35253. 

Tulip and leaf, 246. © Jan. 15, 
1940 ; G 35245. 



Turtle, 257. 
35247. 



© Jan. 12, 1940; G 



Murray (Fran) studios, inc.* 2423 

Palpitante, especially for you. © 
1 c. Feb. 10, 1940 ; G 35090. 

Newman, Benjamin H.* 2424 

United forever. © 1 c. Jan. 4, 1940; 
G 35097. 

Newton, Ruth E.* 2425 

Smiling, unclothed, upright doll baby 
wearing baby cap and grasping cap 
ribbon, 5. © 1 c. Mar. 23, 1940; G 
35212. 

O'Boyle, Hugh Joseph.* 2426 

Patrick (St.) driving from Ireland 
the monsters of iniquity. © 1 c. Mar. 
14, 1940 ; G 35118. 

Olf, Mark & Olf, Rubia. 2427 

Olf (Rubia) : 
Pianoland legends. © 1 c. Jan. 2, 
1940 ; G 35092. 

Owens, Gertrude Wallace.* 2428-2431 
Electrics at work and play : 

Hello, hello Tom, hello !— Hello, 
hello, what's happened? — Hello Tom, 
hello!— Hello Tom! Hurrah! © 1 c. 
each Mar. 9, 1940; G 35102-35105. 

Park, Helen.* 2432 

Pierette. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1940; G 
35131. 

Parrish, Maxfield.* 2433 

New Hampshire winter poster. © 
1 c. Feb. 12, 1940 ; G 35121. 

Paterson monument co. 2434-2436 

Haslam (Daniel) Memorial: 

Byran, 1713.— Randill, 1499. © 1 
c. each Mar. 8, 1940 ; G 35095, 35096. 
Naylor (Franklin L.) : 

Smigen memorial. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1940 ; G 35111. 

Phillips, W. S. 2437-2448 

El Comancho [pseud, of W. S. 
Phillips] : 

Ambush. — Buffalo dance. — Buffalo 
run. — First wireless. — Horse stealing 
raiders. — New trail in the grass. — Par- 
ley. — Peskun, buffalo-falls-over trap. — 
Sweat-lodge. — Traders. — Tragedy. — 
Travelers. © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1940; 
G 35265-35276. 

Plotkin, Philip.* 2449 

Streak. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940; G 
35141. 

Putnam, Claude G.* 2450 

Characters in the story Isle of Mo. 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1940 ; G 35122. 



44 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 3, 1940 



2520 



Reynolds, Carl.* 2451-2454 

Fast stepping with Ethyl. — Full of 

life & zest. — Speed without scoring. — 

There's a real thrill. © 1 c. each Feb. 

17, 1940 ; G 35070-35073. 

Robinson, Allen. 2455 

Bryant ( Samuel H. ) : 

Double-fisted power — Texaco. © 

1 c. Apr. 1, 1940 ; G 35296. 

Rock of ages corp. 24.56 

Yeager (A. B. ) : 

Zeltner memorial. 240. © Dec. 20. 
1939 ; G 35474. 
Sales promotions, inc. 2457 

Morris (Philip) : 
For cleaner, cheaper and more ef- 
ficient heat, install a gas conversion 
burner in your old furnace. © 1 c. 
Mar. 4, 1940 ; G 35082. 

Schwab, Fred W.* 2458 

Optimist optimi. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1940 : 
G 35134. 

Schwartz, Agnes Marie Sievert.* 

2459 
Heart ring, cherubs, and letters tied 
with blue ribbon, etc. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1940 ; G 35094. 

Scott, Laurance B.* 2460 

Comfort station, license no. © 1 c. 
Jan. 29, 1940 : G 35204. 
Scribner's (Charles) sons. 2461-2478 
Wyeth (N. C.) : 

Boy walking through clearing in 
woods followed by fawn. — Burial of 
Fodder- Wing. — Dance of the whooping 
cranes. — Death of Old Slewfoot. — Fight 
at Volusia. — Fight with Old Slewfoot. — 
Fodder-Wing. — Forresters go to town. — 
Jody and Flag. — Jody and the flutter- 
mill. — Jody finds the fawn. — Jody 
lost. — Pa and Ma Forrester. — Penny 
teaches Jody his sums. — Penny tells 
the story of the bear fight. — Storm. — 
Vigil. — Yearling. © 1 c. each Jan. 12, 
1940 ; G 35153-35170. 
Semanski, Anna.* 2479 

Holy chapel. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1940 ; G 
35101. 

Smith, Cleveland.* 2480 

Lawligags, by Blacky Stone. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1940 ; G 35214. 

Smith, Dorrance R.* 2481 

Brown memorial. © 1 c. Mar. 14. 

1940 ; G 35130. 

Sun rubber co. 2482-2485 

Hitchcock (Ralph C.) : 

Bird.— Cat.— Dog.— Pig. © 1 c. 

each :Mar. 23, 1940: G 35300-35303. 



Sybrandt, Stanley B.* 2486 

Doodle Bug. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1940 ; G 
35264. 

Terrytoons, inc. 2487,2488 

Chiclittle. — Lucky duck. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; G 35201, 35202. 

Thomas, Allan.* 2489 

Cascades festival. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; G 35098. 

Thompson, Ray.* 2490 

Only human. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1940 ; G 
35310. 

Toyad corporation. 2491 

Johnson (Carl Raymond) : 

Semi-modernistic statuette of an 
erect girl of kindergarten age in short 
flaring skirt, etc. © Jan. 5, 1940; G 
35086. 

Trekur, Michael.* 2492-2494 

Black Panther.— Starlight. © 1 c. 

each Feb. 24, 1940 ; G 35223, 35224. 
Little Thumb Little. © 1 c. Mar. 9. 

1940 ; G 35225. 

Usle & Perojo co. 2495, 2496 

Kenerson ( Harley C. ) Memorial : 
Martin-Campbell, 7001A, 7001B.— 
Wilber-Fleming, 7000A, 7000B. © 
Mar. 13, 1940: G 35038, 35039. 



Vazah, inc. 



2497-2514 



Scovil (Cora) : 

Lady head, 738, 740, 742.— Man's 
legs, M-60.— Sitting boy, 102C10.— 
Standing boy, 11C8. — Standing lady, 
430-432, 718. © 1 c. each Mar. 21, 
1940 ; G 35187-35196. 

Reclining lady, 715. — Sitting child, 
13C10.— Sitting lady, 186, 714.— Stand- 
ing boy, 23C16.— Standing lady, 716, 
753B. 764. © 1 c. each Mar. 2, 1940: 
B 35074-35081. 

Venus foundation garments, inc. 2515 
Fielding (Ernest) : 

Venus. © Feb. 12, 1940 : G 35232. 

Vermont marble co. 2516-2.520 

Kupatt (Christian F. ) Mausoleum: 

Cameron. 487. — Johnson, 486. — 
Simpson, 488. © Mar. 27, 1940: G 
35318-35320. 

Whitehotise (Louis A.) : 

Golightly memorial, DlO-01044. 
© Mar. 15. 1940 ; G 35207. 

Jones (Lawrence) memorial, D6- 
7103. © Mar. 7, 1940 ; G 35127. 



^5 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2521 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Wahl brothers, inc. 2521-2527 

Wahl (Nicholas) : 
Animals; elephant, giraffe, etc. — 
Athletes exercising. — Birds. — Child on 
horse, child & carriage, child & um- 
brella, cat, etc. — Football player, peo- 
ple in rowboat, person with a gun, per- 
son with bow and arrow. — Locomotive, 
car, automobile, etc. — Pumps, man & 
fire hose, dogs, etc. © 1 c. each Mar. 
15, 1940 ; G 35142-35147, 35151. 



Walle & CO. 


2528 


Oyster vignette. 
1940 ; G 35203. 


© 1 c. Mar. 11, 



Waller, Casper D.* 2529 

What the best dressed fly-fisherman 
will wear next season. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; G 35150. 



Whitman pub. co. 
Mallet (Beatrice) : 
Newborn bunny. 
1940 ; G 35206. 



2530 



© 1 c. Mar. 22, 



Wittemann, Herman L. 2531, 2532 

Moll (John B.) jr.: 
Here sit ye down, and find repose. — 
True friendship is a knot which angel 
hands have tied. © Mar. 18, 1940; G 
35185, 35186. 

Wittman, Alex.* 2533-2537 

Flowers of the garden. — Harvesting 
man. — Harvesting women. — Mountain 
flowers. — Still life with magnolias. © 
Jan. 25, 1940; G 35112-35116. 

Wurts creations co. 2538, 2539 

Wurts (Andrew Jackson) : 

Behold the fisherman. — Keep on 
fishin'. © Jan. 22, 1940; G 35083, 

35084. 

Ziolkowski (Korczak)* 2540 

Paderewski. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1940; 
G 35180. 

Zorach, William.* 2541,2542 

Mother and child. — Youth. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 15, 1940 ; G 35135, 35136. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 - 767 



46 



PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT 
HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 

4, 1909 [2542 



Dallin, Cyrus E.* 1 

Appeal to the Great Spirit. © Cyrus 

E. Dallin, Arlington, Mass. R 81867, 
Feb. 5, 1940. 



Gillis, Walter. 2 

Printers' sun dial. © Doubleday, 
Doran & eo., inc., New York. R 81573, 
Jan. 18, 1940. 



47 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Abbott laboratories. 



2543-2556 



Pursell (Weimer) : 

Billings (John Shaw) M. D., 1838- 
1913.— Gorgas (Major William C.) 
1854-1920.— Hodgen (John Thompson) 
M. D., 1826-1882.— Smith (Nathan) 
M. D., 1762-1829, © Jan. 24, 1940; 
K 45156—45159. 

Chapman (Nathaniel) M. D., 1780- 
1853.— Dudley (Benjamin W.) M. D., 
1785-1870.— Harris (Chapin A.) 1806- 
1860.— Hay den (Horace H.) 1769- 
1844.— Nott ( Josiah Clark) M. D., 1804- 
1873.— Warren (John) M. D., 1753-1815. 
© Feb. 29, 1940 ; K 45016-45021. 

Holmes (Oliver Wendell) M. D., 
1809-1894.— McDowell (Ephraim) M. 
D., 1771-1830.— Reed (Major Walter) 
1851-1902.— Sims (James Marion) M. 
D., 1813-1883. (c) Jan. 10, 1940; K 
45152-45155. 

Ackerly, Donald G. 2557 

Economizer for carburetor. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1940 ; I 25618. 

Aero research wind tunnel co. 2558 
Rotating airstream wind tunnel. © 
1 c. Mar. 12, 1940 ; I 25613. 

American automobile assn.. Safety & 
traffic engineering dept. 2559 

No sidewalk? Walk facing oncoming 
traffic. © Feb. 5, 1940 ; K 44998. 

American society of heating & ventilat- 
ing engineers. 2560 
Revised Bulkeley chart. © Dec. 22, 
1939 ; I 25641. 

American stove co. 2561-2569 

Announcement to every woman who 
has ever said, I wish I could afford a 
Magic chef ... © Mar. 13, 1940 ; K 
45047. 

Boy! Wish I had all my teeth. © 
Feb. 20, 1940 ; K 44984. 

I almost kissed the gas man. © Feb. 
21, 1940 ; K 45077. 

Same. © Mar. 20, 1940; K 

45052. 



Join the CP profit parade with special 
Magic chef CP material. — Magic chef 
presents the Wizard of cookery. © 
Mar. 1, 1940 ; K 45082, 45083. 

Now! High-low-medium heat on same 
cooking top at same time. © Feb. 1, 
1940 ; K 44985. 

Regardez, Henri, these Americans, 
they now swing even the beafsteak. © 
Mar. 5, 17, 1940 ; K 45149, 45046. 
American viscose corp. 2570, 2571 

High-lighting white, for its shining 
fiattery, on a first spring dress in 
women's sizes. © Feb. 15, 1940; K 
44955. 

Hollywood couture contributes this 
suit by Robert Kalloch. © Feb. 1, 1940 ; 
K 44954. 

Anjo garden supplies. 2572-2576 

Anjo Cape Cod lighthouse, 306. — Anjo 
Dutch mill, 304. © Mar. 5, 1940; 
I 25531, 25532. 

Anjo old California mission garden 
pool, 309. — Anjo old oaken bucket gar- 
den pool, 310. — Anjo scoupout pools, 
313. © Mar. 18, 1940 ; I 25610-25612. 

Asbury, Stanley Joseph. 2577 

Traction treads. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1940 ; I 25665. 

Ashley (David) inc. 2578 

Gulf stream ; by Winslow Homer. © 
Mar. 30, 1940 ; H 1637. 

Axelson mfg. co. 2579 

Axelson sucker rod selection chart. 
© Mar. 12, 1940 ; I 25696. 

Aye, Anthony M. 2580 

Easy plug-in electric socket. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25678. 

Bacharach industrial instrument co. 

2581 
Bristol's wide-strip recording chart, 
RO207. © Feb. 21, 1940 ; I 25720. 

Bankers thrift plan service. 2582 

Quarter bank. © Mar. 19, 1940; K 
45133. 



48 



CI^SSES H-K 



no. 3, 1940 



2643 



Barber, Joseph H. 2583 

Barometer of mass psychology of 
business. © Mar. 15. 1940: I 25609. 

Barnard, Fred R. 2584 

Rolo entry card. © Feb. 21, 1940; 
K 45023. 

Barrett, Oliver R. 2585 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by James Read 
Lambdin. © Feb. 11, 1940 ; H 1575. 

Beck, Joseph. 2586 

Six stix. © Mar. 6, 1940 ; K 45208. 

Becker, Adolph J. 2587 

Careful handling. © Jan. 2, 1940; 

K 45009. 

Beery, Joseph E. 2588 

Bed commode. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940 ; 
I 25633. 

Begley, Robert W. 2589 

Circuit arrangement and principle for 
indicating defective head and tail lights 
on automobile. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 1940; 
I 25733. 

Benedict, Rome R. 2590 

Sanitarv dripless ice cream cone con- 
tainer. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25515. 

Benoit, Joseph A. 2591 

Condiment holder. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; I 25632. 

Bernbach, Joseph S. 2592 

It's always your night to howl at the 

Dog house. © June 1, 1939 ; K 45209. 

Berry, Robert C. 2593 

Berry warp rite. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1940 ; I 25621. 

Bersche, Glen S. 2594 

Novelty keyhole light. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25561. 

Bettis, Walter Glenn. 2595, 2596 

Duplex cheese scale. — Triplex cheese 
wrapper. © 1 c. each Mar. 8, 1940; 
I 25586, 25587. 

Booharin, Leo Y., Delaney, W. J., 
Attinger, C. F. & Wood, P. 2597 
Universal world clock. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1940 ; I 25623. 

Borin art products corp. 2598 

New England village; by R. Aiyles- 
worth. © Jan. 16, 1940 ; K 45142. 

Bowlden, Earl T. 2599 

Standard drain funnel. © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1940 ; I 25563. 



Boyd, John A. 2600 

Good luck. 9A-H2352. © Mar. 14, 
1940 ; K 45211. 

Bristol CO. 2601-2606 

Bristol's recorder chart, 11038, 55032. 
© Mar. 8, 1940 ; I 25723, 25724. 

50014. © Feb. 26, 1940 ; I 25725. 

55006. © Mar. 6, 1940 ; I 25726. 

55034. © Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25722. 

Bristol's recording pressure gauge 
chart, 5304. © Feb. 13, 1940; I 25721. 

Brown & Bigelow. 2607-2622 

America's loveliest models : 

Davis (Jane) 30103.— Fox (Lil- 
lian ) 30105. — Hapworth (Betty) 
30109.— Hay den (Gay) 30108.— Hoff 
(Mardee) 30101. — House (Jane) 
30111.— Nalle (Frances) 30110.— Otey 
(Gladys) 30102.— Prentiss (Eleanor) 
30112.— Rosamond (Marion) 30104.— 
Whitney (Marion) 30106.— Williams 
(Kathleen) 30107. © Jan. 29, 1940; 
K 44924-44935. 

High country ; by Robert Wood. — 
Nature's mirror ; by Robert Wood. — Vil- 
lage in Brabant ; by J. de Booscher. © 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; K 45084-45086. 

Winter twilight ; by Maxfield Parrish. 
© Dec. 27, 1939 ; K 45056. 

Brown & Herron. 2623 

Ex-servicemen's memorial roster. © 
Feb. 6, 1940 ; K 45035. 

Brown instrument co. 2624-2643 

Brown instrument co. chart, 10508, 

12508. © Feb. 15, 1940 ; I 25729, 25730. 

10556. © Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25596. 

10580. © Feb. 27, 1940 ; I 25598. 

I 

I 

I 

I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 
I 



25597. 



25507. 



25506. 



25593. 



25594. 



25505. 



25504. 



25503. 



25547. 



10605. © Feb. 2, 1940 
12054. © Feb. 2, 1940 



12058. 



12074. 



© Jan. 12, 1940 
© Feb. 5, 1940 



12554. © Feb. 12, 1940 

12601. © Jan. 9, 1940 

12602. © Jan. 16, 1940 

12603. © Jan. 18, 1940 

12604. © Jan. 31, 1940 



25546. 



12606. © Feb. 



1940 



49 



2644 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. S., V. 35 



Brown instrument co. chart, 12607. © 

Feb. 9, 1940; I 25595. 

12608. © Feb. 21, 1940; I 

25728. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12052. © Jan. 31, 1940 ; I 25548. 

12055. © Feb. 9, 1940; I 

25731. 

Therm-electric meters co., inc. chart, 
TR1216, TR1232. © Feb. 14, 1940; I 
25591, 25592. 



Cain, William T. 



2644 



Roller skate marking device. © 1 
c. Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25677. 

Campbell, Jack V. 2645 

Compact shirt bag. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1940 ; I 25528. 

Canfield oil co. 2646 

William Penn process chart. © Mar. 
4, 1940 ; I 25698. 

Carlson, John A. 2647 

Sandusky. © Feb. 8, 1940; I 25581. 

Carman & co., inc. 2648-2654 

Are your mondays blue? Then send 
your laundry to us. — Bedspreads retain 
their fluffy freshness when entrusted 
to our care. — Clean comfort. Peaceful 
sleep induced by sparkling clean lin- 
ens. — For longer life, patronize a spe- 
cialist. — Fresh as a breeze, linens. — 
Give them a fresh start. — Groomed the 
year 'round. © Feb. 10, 1940 ; K 44957- 
44963. 

Carstairs bros. distilling co., inc. 

2655 
Perfectly balanced blend, Carstairs 
White seal blended whiskey. © Feb. 
4, 1940 ; K 45298. 

Castlen, Robert Cecil. 2656, 2657 

Parkoin. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1940; I 
25614. 

Reserve coin container for automo- 
biles. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1940; 1-25583. 

Chappell, Kenneth Myron. 2658 

Unfamiliar decimal equivalent selec- 
tor. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1940 ; I 25616. 

Christenson, Earl O. 2659 

Fish lure. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1940; I 
25493. 

Christian science pub. soc. 2660 

Some of Muriel King's most dis- 
tinguished designs. © Feb. 28, 1940; 
K 45141. 



Clairol, inc. 2661-2663 

Look ! are you prematurely gray ? © 
Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45180. 

Now . . . magnified over 3,000 times, 
you will see with your own eyes the 
never-before told reason why only 
Clairol can give you the famous Clairol- 
like result. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; K 44966. 

Provost (Betty) © Feb. 1, 1940; K 
44987. 

Clapham, Charles E. 2664 

Clapham's Doctor. © Feb. 15, 1940 ; 
J 29943. 

Clark, Lyle W. 2665 

New type oil pan drain plug. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25519. 

Classic ptg. CO. 2666 

Peace, liberty, justice, we are proud 
to be Americans. © Feb. 14, 1940; K 
45001. 

Clausen, Holger V. 2667 

Quick-on hinges. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25577. 

Coca-cola co. 2668-2670 

Coolers make headlines. — Million- 
dollar bum.— My job. © Jan. 17, 1940 ; 
J 29904-29906. 

Cochrane corp. 2671-2674 
Cochrane recorder chart, 631-633. © 
Mar. 20, 1940; I 25735, 25737, 25738. 
635. © Mar. 11, 1940; I 25736. 

Comet model airplane & supply co. 

2675-2678 
Bullet [race car] — Gull. — Lockheed 
pursuit. — Vought fighter. © Mar. 4, 
1940; I 25510-25513. 

Coors (Adolph) co. 2679 

Character that's all its own. © Feb. 
7, 1940 ; K 45008. 

Cornelius, Jesse William & Cornelius, 
Gerald Woodrow. 2680 

Single set, door & window. © 1 c. 
Mar. 12, 1940 ; I 25549. 

Cornelius, Joseph F. 2681, 2682 

Just a reminder — we'll be grateful 
for your payment. — Please — mailing 
payment takes but a minute! © Feb. 
7, 1940 ; K 45036, 45037. 

Craig, Egbert Adolphus. 2683 

Five colored bishops of the Anglican 
branch of the Catholic church, repre- 
senting the Church of England and the 
Episcopal church in the United States 
of America. © Feb. 7, 1940 ; K 44920. 



50 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 3, 1940 



2726 



Crippen, H. C. 2684 

Good tobacco. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1940 ; 
J 29909. 

Crist, James J. 2685 

Dispensing envelopes. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1940 ; I 25680. 

Gulp, Harry R. 2686 

Removable scouring pad handle. © 
1 c. Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25674. 

Gurrie, Frank M., jr. 2687 

Combination street sign and lamp 
guard. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25685. 

Gutshall, Walter J. 2688 

Clothesline reel. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25560. 

Davis & Geek, inc. 2689, 2690 

Albucasis, 936-1013.— Rousatt (Fran- 
cois) c. 1550. © Aug. 1, 1939; K 
45041, 45042. 

De Groot, William. 2691 

[Christ carrying the cross] © Mar. 
6, 1940 ; K 45015. 

Del Nevo, Albert. 2692 

Clothesline tightener. © 1 c. Feb. 
23, 1940; I 2.5620. 

Dickinson, Robert L. 2693-2704 

Baby in jar with cord and placenta, 
6. — Child facing placenta in halves of 
uterus, seventh month, 7. — Labor, empty 
uterus [after exit of placenta] 15. — 
Labor, expulsion of placenta, 14. — 
Labor, head turns upward, 12. — New 
born baby, 21. — Quints, a preview, 19. — 
Travel of egg from ovary to nidation, 
2.— Uterus after labor, fifth day, 16.— 
Uterus after labor, fifteenth day, 17. — 
Uterus, pelvis, fetus, four and a half 
months, 5. — Whale, man and mouse 
have same sized egg, 20. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 11, 1940 ; I 25706-25717. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 2705 

[Christmas tree scene featuring Walt 
Disney fanciful characters] © Dec. 20, 
1939 ; K 45073. 

Dominican fathers. 2706 

Jude Thaddeus (St.) and his mother 
Mary of Cleophas. "© Apr. 1, 1940; 
K 45297. 

Donahue, Anne. 2707 

Spellman (Most Rev. Francis J.), 1. 
© 1 c. Mar. 14, 1940 ; J 29942. 

Duplex envelope co. 2708 

Give . . . and it shall be given unto 
you. © Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45138. 



Ebaugh, Edward L. 2709 

Automatic gate [and] automatic gate 
latch improvement. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1940 ; I 25634. 

Edison general electric appliance co., 
inc. 2710 

Cook's tour. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; J 29901. 
Edmonds, Elizabeth. 2711 

Quicker wash body for washing ma- 
chines. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25559. 

Educational playthings, inc. 2712 

Grocery scene. © Mar. 1, 1940; K 
45012. 

Enrich (Henry A.) & CO. 2713 

Model home. Your guarantee of qual- 
ity & style. © Oct. 21, 1939 ; K 44986. 

Fedders mfg. co., inc. 2714 

Velocity temperature chart. © Dec. 

15. 1939 ; I 25670. 

Flynn, Eva Luke. 2715 

Pro Deo et patria. © Feb. 24, 1940 ; 
H 1603. 

Fouch, Ranthus B. 2716 

Land of 10,000 lakes, Minn. © 1 c. 
Mar. 21, 1940 ; I 25615. 

Fox, Robert. 2717 

Dirty coffee — poor service. Fox air 
conditioned cafe & liquor store, Lamar, 
Col. © Feb. 22, 1940 ; K 45145. 

Frakes, Stuart A. 2718 

Shipping box and improvements. © 
1 c. Mar. 22, 1940 ; I 25648. 

Frank, C. William. 2719 

Salad fork with utility bowl. © 1 c. 
Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25576. 

French, Kieth M. 2720 

Wrist-attached camera. © 1 c. Mar. 

22. 1940 ; I 25649. 

Fuel engineering co. of New^ York. 

2721-2723 
Determination of moisture and hydro- 
gen losses. — Determination of refuse 
loss. — Determination of stack loss. © 
1 c. each Mar. 27, 1940 ; I 25692-25694. 

Gahagan, J. R. 2724 

Sunrise over Winnebago. © 1 c. Jan. 
10, 1940 ; J- 29908. 

Gay, Eugene A. 2725 

Stabilized aircraft. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; I 25636. 

Geffner, Samuel H. 2726 

Foot covering or shoe. © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1940 ; I 25573. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



General brewing corporation. 2727 

Have you tried today's Lucky lager? 
© Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45135. 



Gerlach-Barklow co. 



2728-2739 



Dennis (Morgan) : 
Fellow who digs in does more than 
scratch the surface. — He who wakes up 
to find himself famous has not been 
asleep. — It's not so much what he 
stands for as what he falls for. — Just 
pretending to be rich keeps some people 
poor. — Longest journey starts with one 
step. — Make use of your friends by be- 
ing of use to them. — Nine-tenths of wis- 
dom consists of being wise in time. — 
One way to solve a problem is to under- 
stand it. — One who butts in is usually 
the goat. — Poor man can't be happy for 
a happy man isn't poor. — There's hope 
for the man who can look in the glass 
and laugh. — They that will not be coun- 
selled cannot be helped. © Dec. 26, 
1939 ; K 44972-44983. 

Gibson, Edward R. 2740 

Radio circuit ruler. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1940 ; I 25526. 

Gilson, C. H. 2741 

Outside plunger vacuum pen. © 1 
c. Mar. 16, 1940 ; I 25589. 

Glaser, Fielding J. 2742 

Farhad Grotto. © Feb. 15, 1940; K 
45049. 

Glass & Hewitt. 2743-2749 

Confusion, 2. — Death and dismay, 1. — 
Deliberation, 5. — Desperation, 3. — 
Homeward bound, 6. — Liberation, 4. — 
Remorse. © 1 c. each Mar. 2, 1940; J 
29910-29916. 

Gnatkowski, Arthur William. 2750 

Mfr's. identification badge. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1940 ; J 29951. 

Goes, A. 2751 

Board of directors of the New York 
world's fair 1939 by these presents cer- 
tifies that ... © Dec. 4, 1939; K 
45143. 

Graham, Leonard D. 2752 

Illuminated ash tray for automobiles. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940; I 25651. 

Graves, Homer Kern. 2753 

Copywriters' typewriter gauge, pica 
type, 10 characters, elite type, 12 char- 
acters. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1940; I 25585. 

Gray, Bryan. 2754 

E-Z-seal jar clamp, cover and jar. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940 ; I 25628. 



Gregory, William H. 2755 

Prints for anti-aircraft gun. © 
Mar. 11, 1940 ; I 25739. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 2756-2759 
Kalmenoff (Matthew) : 
Companions. — Masquerad e. — 
Pals. — Summer night. © Feb. 26, 
1940 ; H 1604-1607. 

Hackney, Myron. 2760 

Design of plastic furniture, 28. © 
1 c. Mar. 29, 1940 ; I 25719. 

Haines, William J. 2761 

Collapsible tube ejector and holder. 
© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940; I 25650. 

Hanfstaengl, Franz. 2762-2786 

Am Chiemsee, 13398 ; by Peter von 
Hess. © Dec. 20, 1939 ; H 1633. 

Am spinnrad, Ph. g. 11473 ; by Hans 
am Ende. © Nov. 17, 1939; H 1620. 

Auf der aim, 13523 ; by Wilhelm von 
Kobell. © Aug. 24, 1939 ; H 1617. 

Bischofsmiitze im Dachsteingebiet, 
13537; by Walter Merker. © Oct. 5, 
1939 ; H 1628. 

Blick ins Weichseltal, 13563; by Al- 
fred Partikel. © Nov. 24, 1939; H 
1624. 

Bluhender wiesenklee, 13520 ; by 
Margarete Pantaenius-Hoffmann. © 
July 3, 1939 ; H 1611. 

Brunfthirsch, 13514 ; by C. von Dom- 
browski. © Oct. 27, 1939; H 1626. 

Burg Loewenstein am Necker, 13496 ; 
by Franz Lenk. — Milseburg in der Rhon, 
13515; by Hanny Franke. © July 3, 
1939 ; H 1609, 1610. 

Germanischer rassetyp, Nordische 
menschen ; by Wilhelm Petersen : 

Studie 1, nr. 13541.— Studie 2, nr. 
13543.— Studie 3, nr. 13540.— Studie 4, 
nr. 13542. © Oct. 5, 1939; H 1613- 
1616. 

Heideschafer, Ph. g. 11472 ; by Eugen 
Bracht. © Sept. 1, 1939; H 1623. 

Kasperltheater, 13527; by Otto 
Quante. © Oct. 16, 1939 ; H 1635. 

Markische heide, 12551; by H. Har- 
der. © Aug. 14, 1939 ; H 1634. 

Meersburg, 13551; by Hans Dieter. 
© July 3, 1939 ; H 1630. 

Mittagsrast, 13535; by Joseph Steib. 
© Aug. 26, 1939 ; H 1631. . 

Pf arrkirche in Stuppach; von 
Matthias Griinewald. © July 3, 1939 ; 
H 1608. 

Pfliiger am Oberrhein, 13533; by 
Carl Baum. © Sept. 22, 1939 ; H 1636. 



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2845 



Rehbock im griinen, 13536; by Erich 
Dichtl. © Dec. 13, 1939; H 1621. 

Schvvarzwaldwiese, 13531; by Otto 
Leiber. © Oct. 16, 1939; H 1622. 

Sommerabend, 13557; by Julius P. 
Junghanns. © Dec. 13, 1939; H 1625. 

Sonnenblumen, 13526; by C. Berndt. 
© Oct. 27, 1939 ; H 1629. 

Sonnenblumen am fenster, 13550 ; by 
Wilhelm Birgels. © Jan. 3, 1939; H 
1627. 

Hanley (James) co. 2787, 2788 

I'm bringing him back alive. © Mar. 

4, 1940 ; K 45000. 

Yours for a penny postcard. © Feb. 

28, 1940 ; K 44964. 

Hansen, Sigurd R. 2789 

Safe-T-match. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1940 ; 
I 25602. 

Harbeson, Merrill. 2790 

Spring tension clothes pin. © 1 c. 
Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25554. 

Harnsberger, Harry Hickman. 2791 
Ad-a-shelf. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940; 
I 25634. 

Harris, William M. 2792 

Stay true door. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; 
I 25572. 

Hays Corp. 2793-2795 

Hays combustion meter chart, 10076, 

10077. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; I 25508, 25509. 
Hays recorder chart, 352. © Mar. 

18, 1940 ; I 25642. 

Henley, E. W. 2796 

Rivet. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940 ; I 25662. 

Herber, Robert M. 2797 

Diesel oil engine. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 

1940; I 25697. 

Herman, Don. 2798 

Talking gift box. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1940 ; I 25579. 

Hester, Jay Pinckney. 2799-2802 

Agaves on parade. — Arizona's one 
and only. — Saluting six tons of sym- 
metry. — Six tons of symmetry. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 30, 1940 ; J 29937-29940. 

Hicks, Ernest Raymond, jr. 2803 

Cut-out steroview. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1940 ; I 25533. 

Hines, Clarence F. 2804 

Compressor brake for retailers. © 1 
c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25570. 



Hirschman (W. F.) co., inc. 2805 

Anti-pluvius skylight for Sterling 
Hall of medicine, Yale university, New 
Haven, Conn. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1940; 
I 25664. 

Hodgdon, Howard E. 2806 

Safety lock clothes prop, © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25683. 

Hodgson, Tom. 2807 

Automatic car shoe scraper. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25673. 

Hooker, William A. 2808 

Electronic voltage regulator. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25522. 

Hope paper box co. 2809 

Season's greetings. © Mar. 1, 1940; 
K 45160. 

Hoppe, Richard E. 2810 

Health balancing board. © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1940 ; I 25571. 

Hornstein, Mark. 2811 

Device to ease childbirth. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1940 ; I 25659. 

Howland, Myron P. 2812 

Selvedge booster. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1940 ; I 25718. 

Huffman, C. M. 2813 

Non-skid foot chain. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1940 ; I 25657. 

Hutchison, J. Howard. 2814, 2815 

Adjustable pipe hanger. — Wedge and 
double grip. © Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25607, 
25608. 

Icart, Louis. 2816, 2817 

Finlande. — Tabac blond. © Mar. 1, 
1940 ; H 1600, 1601. 

Idaho mutual benefit assn. 2818 

Idaho mutual benefit association. © 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; K 45140. 

Industrial equities, inc. 2819-2845 

Concentration wins . . . Construc- 
tive thoughts are vital to business de- 
velopment. Shoot your idea about sim- 
plifying details, 48. — Equality of in- 
terests, like the perfect circle, is 
strengthened by cooperation. How can 
we make our company more successful? 
47. — Forgetting is another form of 
waste. Give us your idea on how to 
prevent it, 32. — Help us to prevent 
waste . . . your little idea may be your 
big opportunity, 27. — How can we stop 
this? Cash awards will be paid for 



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2846 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Industrial equities, inc. — Continued, 
useful accident prevention suggestions, 
5. — Ideas in reality . . . ideas like those 
above won cash awards, 30. — Ideas 
lurk everywhere. What are your ideas 
for reducing costs or maintenance, 18. — 
Modern methods. Better results from 
less effort. Tell us how to improve our 
methods, 13, 14. — Modern miracles of 
engineering genius . . . are no more im- 
portant than your safety ideas, 43. — 
Principle causes of accidents are man- 
failure, carelessness. How can we get 
rid of them? 22. — Success story, 40. — 
Teamwork plus headwork wins. Send 
us your idea for making an improve- 
ment in your department, 34. — Turn 
your suggestions into money . . . Sim- 
ple suggestions are winning cash prizes 
every day, 41. — We're off ! Second year 
out for new record, employees make 
suggestion system huge success. Here's 
your opportunity to make this year bet- 
ter than the first, let's go, 1. — Winners 
aren't born, they're trained. Train your 
thoughts for practical ideas, 9. — Your 
idea may be your big opportunity. Tell 
us how to reduce expenses in your de- 
partment, 10. — $ wasted $. Waste in- 
creases costs, reduces sales volume, re- 
duces employment. Tell us how to 
eliminate waste, 45. © Feb. 20, 1940; 
K 45181-45186, 45196-45207. 

Everybody's earnings are benefited 
by conservation. Cash in on your ideas 
by telling us how to eliminate waste, 
39. — Fire prevention is job protection. 
If you know of any fire hazards, tell 
us so we can eliminate them, 48. — How 
to crack a nut . . . Tell us how to sim- 
plify that operation you think wastes 
work and materials and get a part of 
the savings, 16. — Protect fellow work- 
ers . . . Submit your safety sugges- 
tions now, 35. — Stop, win cash awards 
for ideas on how to improve our meth- 
ods & service, 2. — Take a gander 
around and see what improvements we 
could profitably make, 20. — To harvest 
cash awards cultivate ideas, 6. — Want 
to get rid of red tape . . . Submit your 
ideas for simplifying the forms or rou- 
tine of your work, 28. — What are we 
wasting? time? materials? energy? 
money? You who are in the know can 
win valuable cash awards for making 
valuable suggestions, 24. © Mar. 20, 
1940 ; K 45187-45195. 

Jackson pub. co. 2846-2850 

Jackson (Michael) : 
Gone with the wind. Birthday greet- 
ings, 15 HE 24.— Happy Birthday. 
They're off, 15 HB 21.— It's no bull. 



Happy birthday, 15 HB 22. — Mom, 
5603.. — This ain't no boloney. Happy 
birthday, 15 HB 23. © Jan. 27, 1940 ; 
K 45173-45177. 

Johannsen, Alfred J. 2851 

$1,000 a year deposit. Northwestern 
plan. © Jan. 4, 1940 ; I 25492. 

Johnson, Charles Emon & Hopkins, 

Frank Emon. 2852 

Rain-bo electrical unit. © 1 c. Apr. 
1, 1940 ; I 25741. 

Jorgensen, Aage. 2853 

Paint brush economics. © 1 c. Mar. 
16, 1940 ; I 25590. 

Joslin, Lawrence S. 2854 

Layout for a four apartment building. 
© 1 c. Mar. 12, 1940 ; I 25551. 

Kaufmann, J. H. 2855 

Jesus in roses. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1940 ; 
J 29919. 

Keilwagen, Walter. 2856 

Educational device. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1940 ; I 25679. 

Kellogg, John Leroy. 2857-2859 

Chromatic range diagram. — Chro- 
matic range viewing chart. — Kellogg 
spectrum color chart. © 1 c. each Mar. 
18, 1940 ; I 25599-25601. 

Kellogg (W. K.) bird sanctuary. 2860 
Flight canadas. © 1 c. May 18, 1940 ; 
J 29963. 

Kelly, H. M. 2861 

Kick-off football toy. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1940; I 25521. 2861 

Key, Rodney William. 2862-2867 

Fellers (Bob) hunting party, '39, 318. 
© Oct. 25, 1939 ; J 29945. 

I'm ready, 299. — Rattler ready to 
strike, 296. © Oct. 5, 1939; J 29946, 
29949. 

Sioux chief and wife, 245. — Sioux In- 
dian home, 247. — Sioux Indians, 241. © 
Sept. 25, 1939 ; J 29944, 29947, 29948. 



Keystone view co. 

Keystone safety units, recreation. © 
Feb. 24, 1940 ; J 29950. 

Kimble glass co. 2869-2871 

Kimble assurance extends to the 
packaging of each piece of glassware! 
© Mar. 1, 1940 ; K 45025. 

Kimble comes through another all- 
America with 2 top awards! © Mar. 
10, 1940 ; K 45048. 



54 



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2926 



Kimble rapid automatic tests. © 
Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45148. 

Klayer, Clifford William. 2872 

Christmas warranty deed. © Mar, 
19, 1940 ; K 45080. 

Koch, Hans. 2873 

Casing for translucent name or num- 
ber plate. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25558. 

Kodak Hawaii, ltd. 2874-2876 

Hula girl with outrigger canoe. Ha- 
waiian Islands, H-230. — Making coco- 
nut hats, H-132. — Royal Hawaiian hula 
girls, H-89. © Feb. 27, 1940 ; J 29921- 
29923. 

Kramer, Irving V. 2877 

One-piece collapsible blotter. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1940 ; I 25732. 

Krasne bros., inc. 2878 

Change to Bernice coffee — it's a 
change for the better. © Mar. 3, 1940 ; 
K 44999. 

Krona, Alexander Ferdinand. 2879 

Humanity's enterprise. © Dec. 28, 
1938 ; K 44967. 

Kruse, Henry J. 2880 

Scaffold. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940; 
I 25656. 

Kuno, John. 2881 

Mar-no frame blind and curtain 
holder. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25569. 

Ladd, George M. 2882 

Field stone house. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1940 ; I 25700. 

Lancaster, Charles M. 2883 

Earth revolved by transformed light 
rays of the sun. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1940 ; 
I 25603. 

Lancaster, Owen G. 2884 

Modern door unit. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; I 25627. 

Laveccha, John. 2885-2894 

Stritch (Archbishop Samuel A.), 

1-10. © Feb. 23, 1940 ; J 29924-29933. 

Lawsine, Leo. 2895 

RMA standard T-111 television sig- 
nal. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1940 ; I 25667. 

Lecher, John Peter, jr. 2896 

Frigidaire defroster. © 1 c. Mar. 5, 
1940 ; I 25552. 

Lenox, inc. 2897 

Lovely beginning. © Feb. 15, 1940; 
K 45010. 



Levander, Herman Lawrence. 

2898, 2899 

Architectural design for an early 
American residence. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1940 ; I 25544. 

English bungalow. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1940 ; I 25663. 

Levinger, Joseph. 2900 

Our darling's weight. © Feb. 8, 
1940 ; K 45144. 

Lewis, William Ervin. 2901 

Day in October. Columbia River 
Gorge, Or. © Jan. 8, 1940 ; K 44769. 

Livermore, Jesse L. 2902 

Livermore market-key. © Jan. 8, 
1940 ; K 45055. 

Living American art, inc. 2903-2926 

Bahamas, 54 ; by George O. Hart. — 
Fire Island landing, 53 ; by Bruce 
Mitchell. © Mar. 13, 1939; H 1578, 
1579. 

Bellows (George) : 

Lady Jean, 75. — Sandcart, 76. © 
Feb. 24, 1940; H 1598, 1599. 

Calla lilies, 55 ; by Charles Demuth. — 
Five Islands, Maine, 56 ; by William 
Zorach. © Apr. 15, 1939 ; H 1580, 1581. 

Cobblers, 66; by Mervin Jules. — 
Nobody's pet, 65 ; by Peggy Beacon. © 
Sept. 8, 1939; H 1588, 1589. 

Corner of the pasture, 67 ; by Edward 
Glannon. — Hellgate bridge, 68 ; by Wal- 
lace Smith. © Oct. 10, 1939; H 1590, 
1591. 

Daisies, 52 ; by Georgina Klitgaard. — 
Minnesota in August, 51 ; by Adolf 
Dehn. © Jan. 30, 1939 ; H 1576, 1577. 

Gloucester docks, 64 ; by Earl Hor- 
ter.— Ice glare, 63 ; by Charles Burch- 
field. © July 28, 1939 ; H 1586, 1587. 

Harlem River, 70 ; by Preston Dick- 
inson. — Sunset, 69 ; by John Marin. © 
Nov. 28, 1939 ; H 1592, 1593. 

Homer (Winslow) : 

Skating at the Central Park, 73.— 
Sponge fishing, Bahamas, 74. © Jan. 
23, 1940 ; H 1596, 1597. 

House on Pamet River, 61 ; by Ed- 
ward Hopper. — Summer, 62 ; by Max 
Weber. © July 7, 1939 ; H 1584, 1585. 

I'm tired, 58 ; by Yasuo Kuniyoshi. — 
Sentinels, 57 ; by Alexander Brook. © 
May 6, 1939 ; H 1582, 1583. 

Whorf (John) : 
Breightening seine, 71. — Winter by 
the sea, 72. © Dec. 18, 1939 ; H 1594, 
1595. 



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2927 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Lockwood products. 2927 

Puppies are like babies. © Feb. 9, 
1940 ; K 45210. 

Lukens, Robert, jr. 2928 

Improved gauge pin for regular plat- 
en style printing presses. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1940 ; I 25655. 

Lulling, John L. 2929 

Aeroguide. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940; I 
25647. 

McAleer, Charles Anthony. 2930 

Little old city. © Mar. 9, 1940; K 

45178. 

McCullough, Ruth E. 2931 

Infants' training commode. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25527. 

Malik, Joseph. 2932 

Surgical splint. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1940 ; 
I 25645. 

Malik, Joseph & Zinny, Edward. 2933 
First-aid kit for autos. © 1 c. Feb. 
19, 1940; I 25644. 

Mange, Clarence E. 2934 

Psychrometric nomograph. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25550. 

Marvel mfg. co. 2935 

U. S. army tank, Amsco type. © 
Jan. 29, 1940 ; I 25669. 

Matheson, Malcolm H. 2936 

Clothes line reel. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1940 ; I 25666. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 2937 

Hungry kitten ; by Bernhard Pot- 
hast. © Feb. 21, 1940 ; K 45137. 



Meeks, Andrew Jackson. 

Attachment for cultivators. © 1 c. 
Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25557. 

Melinger, Alfred. 2939 

Meet Dopey Dave, 1. © Feb. 14, 
1940 : K 45074. 



Mikleson, Enoch. 



2940 



Castle Haven. © Jan. 25, 1940; 
J 29917. 

Miller, Clell H. 2941 

Weedless dare devil. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; I 25629. 

Mitchell, Elmer Francis. 2942 

Safety side highway light. © 1 c. 
Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25568. 

Moore dry kiln co. 2943 

Moore-kiln recorder chart, Z-6207. © 
Feb. 9, 1940 ; I 25734. 



Morest co. 2944 

[Chemically treated printed panel for 
testing paints, colors, etc.] Form 08P. 
© Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25701. 

Mori, Charles Robert. 2945 

Only right method to absolutely tri- 
secting one angle of 60". © 1 c. Mar. 
21, 1940 ; I 25625. 

Morris, Lloyd P. 2946 

Automatic push button, visual, audi- 
ble, and circuit interval timer. © 1 c, 
Feb. 17, 1940 ; I 25604. 



Moss, C. 



2947-2958 



Farmyard friends, 5167; by G. 
Liebscker. — Glamorous, 5184 ; by Billy 
DeVorss. — Gloucester bound, 5188. — 
Honey-moon, 5181. — In safe keeping, 
5095 ; by J. Adams.^— Land of sky blue 
waters, 5182. — Look before you leap, 
5183; by R. James Stuart. — Modern 
Venus, 5186. — Spring blossoms, 5096. — 
Temptation, 5185; by Mabel Rollins 
Harris.— White House, 5098.— Winter 
sunset, 5097 ; by Frederick D. Ogden. 
© Oct. 1, 1939 ; K 44936-44947. 

Moss, Peter W. 2959 

Plaster cast knife. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25556. 

Mu-col CO. 2960 

Relief for tired tender feet, use Mu- 
col. © Mar. 10, 1940 ; K 45040. 

Mullen, Harry W. 2961 

Hold tight stucco block. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1940 ; I 25630. 

Murphy, Dominic. 2962 

Anti-submarine shields. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1940 ; I 25675. 

Nance, Daisy Campbell. 2963 

Pie and oven aid. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1940 ; I 25658. 

Nash-Kelvinator corp. 2964-2967 

And here it is. © Feb. 14, 1940 ; K 
45014. 

It had to come. © Feb. 28, 1940; 
K 45013. 

Things have happened. © Mar. 13, 
1940 ; K 45081. 

You're changing to electric cooking? 
That's grand. © Mar. 10, 1940; K 
45022. 

National industrial conference board, 

inc. 2968-2971 

Dam sites and installed horsepower 

in manufacturing industry. United 

States. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; I 25543. 



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3041 



Economic progress, United States, 
1849-1940. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; I 25542. 

Employment and unemployment. 
United States, 1929-1940. © Mar. 22, 
1940 ; I 25699. 

Value of manufacturers' new orders, 
shipments and inventories, 1929-1940. 
© Mar. 15, 1940 ; I 25643. 

National photostamp co., inc. 

2972, 2973 
Hollywood movie stars. — Popular or- 
chestra leaders. © Dec. 18, 1939; K 
44922, 44923. 

Naugle, Reginald B. 2974, 2975 

Crossarm saddle and anchor plate. — 
Pax electrical control. © 1 c. each Mar. 
26, 1940 ; I 25690, 25691. 

Neel, Randolph D. 2976 

Cultivator. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940; 
I 25575. 

Neil, John H. 2977 

Rug scrubbing machine. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1940 ; I 25652. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 2978-2985 
Autumn glory, 601 ; by K. Matthew. — 
Company for supper, 558; by Dale 
Nichols.— Spring idyll, 600 ; by K. Mat- 
thew. © Mar. 4, 1940 ; H 1572-1574. 

Dancers in blue, 560; by Hilaire 
Germain Edgar Degas. — Pink and 
green, 549; by Hilaire Germain Edgar 
Degas. — Red hood (La Capeline rouge) 
541 ; by Claude Monet. — Rhododen- 
drons, 540; by Frans Oerder. © Mar. 
4, 1940 ; H 1638-1641. 

November mosaic; by Willard Leroy 
Metcalf . © Apr. 3, 1940 ; H 1612. 

New York world-telegram corp. 

2986, 2987 
Dispersing the Anne Morgan legend 
in a puff of smoke. — Morgan (Anne) 
ends myth that she has inherited fa- 
ther's financial genius. © Feb. 9, 1940 ; 
K 45044, 45045. 



Norcross. 



2988-3033 



Anniversary congratulations, to a 
pair of good skates, 10W453. — Because 
you are so good, 5N271. — Birthday 
wish, may your path be bright and sun- 
ny, 15B54. — [Bobbie tally] — Christmas 
earful for a swell dad, 10N747.— Christ- 
mas greetings, the more the merrier, 
15N257. — Christmas wish for you from 
me, 5N252. — For a friend of mine. In 
the midst of a busy day, 10R706.— 
Good morning son. Happy birthday, 
10B770.— Great Scot! it's Christmas, 
10N269. — Greetings brother, hope your 



Christmas satisfies, 15N799. — Guess who 
wishes you merry Christmas, 10N274. — 
Guess who ! You'll never guess, so I'm 
announcing, 5R14.— rH a p p y birthday 
daughter, you suit us to a T, 10B754. — 
Happy birthday to a jolly good fellow, 
10B1045.— Happy New Year, 10N613.— 
Happy Thanksgiving. Yoo-hoo, how- 
de-do, 10N968. — Have a mm-most en- 
joyable Thanksgiving, 10N967. — Here's 
something for spending or pudding 
away, 5N556. — Hey! it's Christmas. 
Hope you'll get what you like, 10N266.— 
I nude it was Christmas, 10N271. — I 
wouldn't skip it, 5N135. — If life begins 
at 40, 15B1050.— Just making a few 
Christmas wishes for you, 15N258. — 
Let yourself go and enjoy your Christ- 
mas, 10N275. — Me, myself and I all 
wish you a merry Christmas, 15N256. — 
Merry Christmas, and let's resolve 
right here, 10N278. — Merry Christmas 
brother, and best wishes to a reel guy, 
10N798. — Merry Christmas from every- 
one at our house to everyone at yours, 
10N686.— Merry Christmas. Get all you 
can out of it, 15N254. — Merry Christ- 
mas. Just a little note to say, a merry, 
merry Christmas day, 5N279. — Merry 
Christmas, mom, and lots of love, 
15N736. — M e r r y Christmas, nephew, 
15N810. — Merry Christmas to a mom 
who has everything, 25N734. — Merry 
Christmas to you, in the midst of the 
bustle, 5N273. — My Christmas wish as 
U can C, is just as merry as can B, 
10N265. — My stars, it's Christmas 
again, 10N273. — My wish for you while 
you are ill, 15C207. — Office crew is mis- 
sing you, 25C486.— Reckon it's Christ- 
mas, 10N264. — Someone's going to have 
a shower, 5R358. — Verra happy New 
Year, 10N610. — Very merry Christmas, 
15N255. — We share our birthday, you 
and I, 15B636.— Wish it were more, 
merry Christmas, 5N518. — Yoo hoo! 
Happy New Year, 10N611. © Mar. 2, 
1940 ; K 45087-45132. 

Norris, Alexander Murdoch. 3034 

6 row coilculator. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1940 ; I 25619. 

Norris, William G. 3035 

Gable doors. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940; 
I 25637. 

Oahu pub. CO. 3036-3041 

All night long. — Kilo-hana. — My fire- 
side sweetheart. — Puu o hulu. — Waikiki 
serenade. © Jan. 10, 1940; K 44889- 
44893. 

Sweet man. © Feb. 16, 1940; K 
44888. 



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3042 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Obrist, Miriam Alice. 



3042 



Price marker for display purposes. 
<c) 1 c. Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25672. 

Ohliger, E. J. ' 3043 

Aeroplane brake mechanism, (c) 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25684. 

O'Malley, Thomas F. 3044 

Foot revitalizer. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; I 25635. 

Osborne co. 3045-3144 

After the day, the twilight. — Bou- 
quet. — Dowry of shillings. — Early de- 
positer. — Heart's content. — Here in our 
country's heart. — Land of promise. — 
Last load. — Lilies of Easter. — Looking 
out to sea. — Mother's day. — Old home. — 
On the way to the sea. — Poinsettia. — 
Song of the brook. — Sunset hour. — 
Thanksgiving. — Valentine. — Wampum 
mint. — Where memory strays. — White 
world. © Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 45212-45217, 
45242-45253, 45266, 45267, 45270. 

Beside still waters. — Cargoes for a 
hundred ports ; by Griffith H. Teller.— 
Creamline Jerseys in pasture; by Grif- 
fith H. Teller.— Faith of our fathers, 
living still. — First savings bank. — 
Flight into Egypt ; by C. R. Schaare.— 
Having a wonderful time; by Andrew 
Loomis. — Hawaii greets the day. — Here 
in the country's heart. — Heroic dreams 
of youth ; by Tom Webb. — It's a date ; 
by Billy De Vorss. — Land of heart's 
content. — Let's get together; by Tom 
Webb. — Miracle of sea and land and 
light. — Morning on the Zuyder Zee. — 
My homeland; by Griffith H. Teller.— 
Pius XII {His Holiness, pope) ; by C. R. 
Schaare. — R o s e s bring memories of 
you ; by Hayden Hayden. — Sitting 
pretty ; by Buell. — That's a good one. — 
You 'n who else? by Annie Benson Miil- 
ler. — You're the answer to my dreams ; 
by Hayden Hayden. © Feb. 15, 1940 ; 
K 44898-44919. 

Buell (— ) : 

Caught short. — Curtain call.— Eyes 
right. — Fair and warmer. — Mow 'em 
down. — One good turn. — See-worthy. — 
'Snow use. — Stitch in time. — Stop, look 
and linger. — Stretching a point. — Swing 
it. © Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 45278-45289. 

De Maris (Walter) : 
Depreciating currency. — Franklin 
the money printer. — Money ship ar- 
rives — New York exchange in 1669. — 
Paying the creditor without mercy. — 
Playing card money. — Posted. — Pro- 
claiming the value of coins. — Seducer. 



© Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 45268, 45269, 45271- 
45277. 

Dennis (Morgan) : 
Better ole. — Between the devil and 
the deep blue sea. — Get a load of this. — 
Hi yo. Silver. — I licked the judge's 
hand. — One of us is terrible. — She 
buried something. — So I ups to him and 
he ups to me. — So you won't fight. — 
You don't say. — You must have been a 
beautiful baby. — You pull back his hair 
and there he is. © Mar. 5, 1940; K 
45218-45229. 

Scott (J. G.) : 
Accidents are always unforeseen. — 
Experience is the best teacher.— It 
never rains but it pours. — It's the unex- 
pected that often happens. — It's what 
we do now that counts. — Load becomes 
light which is cheerfully borne. — 
Many a false step is made by standing 
still. — Minute of action is worth an 
hour of talk. — None but the brave de- 
serve the fair. — N o t h i n g ventured, 
nothing gained. — Second thoughts are 
ever wiser. — Well begun is half done. 
© Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 45230-45241. 

Strange as it seems ; by John Hix : 
Adams (John Quincy) began pub- 
lic service at 14.^Coolidge (Calvin) 
received only one vote from his class- 
mates (Amherst '95) as the member 
most likely to suceed in life. — Grant 
( Ulysses S. ) Republican nominee, never 
voted the republican ticket . . . — Harri- 
son (William Henry) whose wife was 
too ill to come to Washington, did his 
own shopping. — Jackson (Andrew) per- 
sonally nursed back to health, a col- 
ored servant. — Jefferson (Thomas) in 
composing his own epitaph, neglected to 
mention that he was once President of 
the U. S. — Lincoln (Abraham) grew 
his famous beard just to please a lit- 
tle girl. — Roosevelt (Teddy) visited 
every state in the Union during his 
first term as President. — Taft (William 
Howard) who once weighed 326 pounds 
just before becoming President in 1909, 
was a champion wrestler at Yale. — 
Taylor's (Zachary) first, last, and only 
public office was President of the 
United States. — Van Buren (Martin) 
8th U. S. President, was the first Pres- 
ident born in America. — Washington 
(George) richest President the U. S. 
ever had, had to borrow money in order 
to reach New York City for his own 
inaurguration ceremony. © Mar. 5, 
1940 ; K 45254-45265. 
Ottavino, Adamo. 3145 

Topazio (Guglielmo) memorial. © 
1 c. Feb. 24, 1940 ; I 25588. 



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no. 3, 1940 



3184 



Padgett, Dana E. 3146 

Solar clock. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940; 
I 25640. 

Pallas, Reinhardt Robert. 3147 

Handy tie hanger. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1940 ; I 25653. 

Paul, Edwin R. 3148 

Device for increasing the fuel econ- 
omy and power output of an internal 
combustion engine by complete vapor- 
ization. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940 ; I 25624. 

Peck, William J. 3149 

Automobile stop motion. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1940 ; I 25639. 

Peronnet, Ralph. 3150 

Can opener and cover. © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1940 ; I 25567. 

Pickrell, David Doom. 3151, 3152 

Horizontal type diaphragm expan- 
sion coupling for pipe lines. — Vertical 
type diaphragm expansion coupling for 
pipe lines. © 1 c. each Feb. 24, 1940; 
I 25494, 25495. 

Piperdrucke verlags, g. m. b. h. 

3153, 3154 

Grosse landschaf t ; by Meindert Hob- 
bema. © June 30, 1939 ; H 1619. 

Thronende Maria mit dem Kind u. 
einem engel ; by Hans Memling. © 
Oct. 10, 1939 ; H 1618. 

Pittsburgh equitable meter co. 3155 
Emco orifice meter chart, PE204000. 
© Mar. 21, 1940 ; I 25727. 

Planners institute, inc. 3156 

Exhibit-design for a Picasso paint- 
ing. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25668. 

Pomernacki, Valerius. 3157 

Automobile driver's instant foot con- 
trol. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25524. 

Poynter, E. C. 3158,3159 

Self centering electric wall plug. © 

1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 25562. 
Vacuum cleaner bag. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 

1940 ; I 25578. 

Providence lithograph co. 3160 

Peter promises to try again. © Jan. 
17, 1940 ; K 45002. 

Pru-Les-co art metal co., inc. 3161-3164 
Bok Tower, Lake Wales, Fla. — Flor- 
ida's playground. — Royal Palms of 
Florida. — Tropical reflections. © Feb. 
8, 1940 ; K 44968-44971. 



Raymaker, Frank. 3165 

Fanfoto. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1940; I 

25689. 

Reese, Franklin & Adams, Volney. 

3166 
Sure-hit-kit. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1940; 
I 25676. 

Republic flow meters co. 3167-3170 
Republic flow meters co. chart, 14- 

CA-203800. © Mar. 22, 1940 ; I 25705. 
Republic flow meters co. grafico, 60- 

300SP, 60-500SP, 60-600SP. © Mar. 

26, 1940 ; I 25702-25704. 

Risley, Allan P. 3171 

Frozen confection molds for home re- 
frigerators. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1940; I 
25525. 

Robb, D. M. 3172 

Spring 1940 telephone directory. © 
Jan. 29, 1940 ; K 44952. 

Roberts, Charles A. 3173 

Grow sturdy like the beech. © Feb. 
15, 1940 ; K 45038. 

Ronzoni Marconi co. 3174 

Free Gulliver tumblers given with 
purchase of Ronzoni pastina soup dain- 
ties. © Feb. 27, 1940 ; K 45134. 

Rose, Jack Manley. 3175-3178 

Williamsburg, Va. : 

Kitchen of the Ludwell-Paradise 

house. — Old court house. — Palace of the 

royal governors. — Public gaol. © Dec. 

I, 1939 ; K 44894-44897. 

Rosenbaum, Arthur H. 3179 

Barn on flre. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1940 ; 
J 29920. 

Rothrock, Lillian B. 3180 

Bi-nap sanitary napkin. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1940 ; I 25516. 

Rourke, Raymond. 3181 

Brake regulating device. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1940 ; I 25660. 

Roush, Charles R. 3182 

Townsend plan, 1940. © Feb. 21, 
1940 ; K 45150. 

Rubenstein, Harry. 3183 

Sorrowful, the Spaniard. © Mar. 

II, 1940 ; J 29918. 

Saalfield pub. co. 3184 

Scrap book, 169. © Mar. 12, 1940; 
K 45053. 



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3185 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



St. Francis community press. 3185, 3186 
St. Elizabeth's hospital, Lafayette, 
Ind. This certifies that . . . — St. Mar- 
garet hospital, Hammond, Ind. This 
certifies that ... © Feb. 15, 1940; K 
45050, 45051. 

Sala (F.) & CO., kunstverlag. 3187 

Julitag (Harvest) ; by Willy Herr- 
mann. © Jan. 13, 1940; H 1632. 

San Francisco Bay exposition. 

3188-3202 
Arch of Triumph approach to Court 
of Flowers, San Francisco Bay exposi- 
tion, A-24. — Arch of Triumph from 
Court of Flowers on Treasure Island, 
A-17. — By night, the San Francisco 
world's fair glitters like a jewel, 
A-19. — Federal building. Golden Gate 
international exposition, A-28. — Foun- 
tain of Phantom arches in the Court of 
the Moon, A-22. — Giant statue of Pa- 
cifica overlooking Court of the Seven 
Seas, A-14. — Golden Gate bridge look- 
ing toward Treasure Island on San 
Francisco Bay, A-2. — Oriental Tower 
mirrored in one of Treasure Island's 
lagoons, A-23. — Rich lighting effects 
add touch of magic to California 
world's fair, A-18. — South Tower on 
Treasure Island and Court of the Moon, 
A-20. — Stately palm trees are silent 
sentinels of the Portals of the Pacific, 
A-21. — Tower of Sun and Elephant 
Towers on Treasure Island by night, 
A-13.— Tower of the Sun from Court 
of Reflections, San Francisco exposi- 
tion, A-27. — Trans-Pacific clipper over 
San Francisco Bay, A-26. — Treasure 
Island seen from the air, A-1. © Feb. 
1, 1940 ; K 45057-45071. 

Schavey, Earl T. 3203 

Floating axles. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940 ; 
I 25661. 

Schott, William F. 3204 

35 poster stamps, famous Americans 
who have achieved outstanding distinc- 
tion in the arts and sciences, and were 
selected and placed on postage stamps 
by the U. S. government in the year 
1940. © Feb. 20, 1940; K 45075. 

Schroeder, Charles. 3205-3210 

Method for locating bone-points and 
proportions of the front view of the 
head. — Method for locating the bone- 
points and proportions of the profile 
view of the head. — Method of locating 
the bone-points of the skeleton and the 
areas and planes, back view & front 
view. — Showing the different forms of 
plane constructions for the design of 



the head. — Showing the planes of the 
skull and the design formed upon the 
head. © 1 c. each Mar. 4, 1940; I 
25497-25502. 

Schuler, John George. 3211 

Pencil sharpener. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25555. 

Schweighart, Peter G. 3212 

Sewer trap. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940 ; I 
25566. 

Scientific model airplane co. 3213 

Ensign. © Mar. 7, 1940 ; I 25536. 

Scully, Attilio. 3214,3215 

Scully monument design, 1, 2. © 1 

c. each Mar. 13, 1940 ; J 29934, 29935. 

Sentinel ptg. co. 3216, 3217 

[Illustration of buffalo in center] : 
[20 coupon sheet, green] — [30 cou- 
pon sheet, brown] © Oct. 1, 1938; K 
45146, 45147. 

Shaffer, Harry G. & Badger, Henry. 

3218 
Parachute. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1940; I 
25565. 

Shane, LeRoy. 3219 

Dog O graf. © Mar. 26, 1940; K 
45296. 

Slote & Klein, inc. 3220 

Tic tac toe. © Mar. 1, 1940; K 
44953. 

Smith, Harry John. 3221 

Calling all children under six years 
old for the baby Derby. © Jan. 19, 
1940 ; K 45151. 

Smythe, Richard G. 3222 

Hootch-owl container opener. © 1 c. 
Feb. 14, 1940 ; I 25520. 

Soule, Charles Carroll. 3223 

Sky lights. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1940; I 
25541. 

Standard brands, inc. 3224 

I could just see the girls making fun 

of my cake. © Feb. 25, 1940 ; K 44965. 

Stationers specialty corp. 3225-3236 
Blythe (Walter Edward) : 
Boston terrier. — Chow. — Cocker 
spaniel. — Collie. — Dachshund. — Dalma- 
tian. — English bull. — Fox terrier. — 
Irish setter. — Police dog. — Scotty. — 
Wire-haired fox terrier. © Feb. 1, 
1940 ; K 45161-45172. 

Steagall, Oscar Charles. 3237 

Hold-tite garment hanger. © 1 c. 
Mar. 11, 1940 ; I 25626. 



60 



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no. 3, 1940 



3289 



Stee, R. M. & Haugan, C. P. 3238 

Vibo-magnetic ore extractor for the 
recovery of magnetic ore. © 1 c. Feb. 
29, 1940 ; I 25574. 

Steinwart, John. 3239 

'Till 1941. © Jan. 2, 1940; J 29897. 

Stitt, Edwin M. 3240 

Perspective grid on diagram of More- 
head diagonal method. © Mar. 13, 
1940 ; I 25617. 

Stolz, Lorenz W. 3241 

Memorial 1024A. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1940 ; I 25622. 

Stone (Paul) -Raymor, ltd. 3242 

Green (Dvi^ight H.) © 1 c. Feb. 20, 
1940 ; J 29941. 

Streby, Waldo M. 3243 

Garbage disposal device. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1940 ; I 25529. 

Stuart, Alan Gordon. 3244 

Bradley's (B. R.) Derby quints. © 
Mar. 2, 1940 ; J 29907. 

Summers, Burke T. 3245 

Memorial marker. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25553. 

T.-P. card co. 3246 

Silver strike, joker. © Nov. 18, 1939 ; 
K 45078. 

Tally, William. 3247 

Brakometer. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 1940; 

I 25688. 

Tangen, Ed. 3248-3258 

Drifted road, 6445. — Late snow, 
6438. — Melting snow, 6435. — Memories, 
6440. — Miner's pet, 6425. — Mountain 
road, 6436.— Overnight camp, 6433.— 
Six gun, 6448.— Timberline trail, 6446.— 
Trout stream, 6442.— Victory, 6447. © 
Mar. 12, 1940 ; J 29952-29962. 

Taylor, Frances R. 3259 

Dripless food chopper. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1940 ; I 25671. 

Taylor, Joseph E. 3260 

George Washington junior. © June 
28, 1939; K 45136. 

Taylor instrument cos. 3261-3264 

Taylor chart, 764. — Taylor recording 

thermometer chart, 2617. © Feb. 27, 

1940 ; I 25537, 25538. 
Taylor recording thermometer chart, 

OP528. ©Mar. 1,1940; I 25539. 

OP2303. © Feb. 27, 1940; I 

25540. 



Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 3265-3269 

Greetings from Akron, O., 9A-H623.— 
Sure I'm out and having a h — of a 
time in Hot Springs, Ark., 9A-H554. 
© May 13, 1939 ; K 45005, 45006. 

Greetings from Indiana, 9A-H777. © 
June 6, 1939 ; K 45003. 

Greetings from Pueblo, Col., 9A-H736. 
© June 9, 1939 ; K 45011. 

Greetings from Shreveport, La., 
8A-H2381. © June 12, 1939 ; K 45004. 

Tehley, Oscar S. 3270 

Anti-glare for rear view mirrors. © 
1 c. Mar. 9, 1940 ; I 25545. 

Texas newspaper features. 3271 

Go with Garner, the American way. 
© Aug. 31, 1939 ; K 45179. 

Thoreson, Albert W. 3272 

Vending machine. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1940 ; I 25638. 

Townsend-Skinner & co., inc. 3273 

Industrial stock averages. New 

measure 11. © Mar, 16, 1940 ; I 25646. 

Tucker, Wallace M. 3274 

ABC's of electrocardiographic activi- 
ties of the segments, waves, nodes, val- 
vular actions, intervals, pressure and 
iso-electric during a normal cardiac 
cycle. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1940 ; I 25740. 

Tyler, A. E. 3275 

Cassel (Allyn) and his band. © Feb. 
27, 1940 ; K 44956. 

United features syndicate, inc. 

3276-3285 
Tarzan; by Harold Foster: 
Balked. — Reign of terror. — Sacri- 
fice. — Sword of freedom. © Aug. 29, 
Sept. 5, 12, 19, 1936 ; K 44988-44991. 

Tarzan and the Mayan goddess, 67- 
72; by W. H. Juhre. © Oct. 19-24, 
1936 ; K 44992-44997. 

Valentine, James E. 3286 

Valentine cushioned ring. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25681. 

Vasquez, Alejo V. 3287 

Adjustable window lock. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1940; I 25523. 

Von Borosini, August. 3288, 3289 

Air humidifier and air cooler. — Heat- 
ing element for ventilators and reflector 
heaters and new way of its installation. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 14, 1940; I 25517, 
25518. 



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3290 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Von Kories, Otto. 3290 

Centrifugal cycle ship. © 1 c. Mar. 
26, 1940 ; I 25695. 

Vreeland, James B., jr. 3291-3293 

Arauca {German freighter) — Orion 
(British cruiser) A, B. © Dec. 26, 
1939 ; J 29898-29900. 

Wagoner, Harry B. 3294 

Palm Springs life. © Nov. 1, 1939; 
K 45043. 

Walmer, J. Paul. 3295 

Pennsylvania turnpike through the 
mountains showing the tunnels and in- 
terchanges, 91. © Mar. 18, 1940; K 
45139. 

Warecki, Lilli. 3296 

Phantasy. © Mar. 11, 1940 ; J 29936. 

Waterloo register co. 3297 

Outlet selection data for horizontal 
discharge of cooled air. © Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25582. 

Weimer, Huber E. 3298 

Scissors sharpener. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1940 ; I 25564. 

Weisbach, E. C. 3299-3302 

By a careless intruder, F747. — Right 
number. — Story book hour, F637. — 
Sweetheart, F847. © Jan. 1, 1940; K 
44948-44951. 

Welfare and recreational assn. of public 
buildings and grounds, inc. 

3303-3308 
Lee mansion; by Ruth Perkins Saf- 

ford: 
Family parlor. — General Lee's 
room. — General Lee's study. — School 
room. — State dining room. — Summer 
kitchen. © Mar. 25, 1940; K 45290- 
45295. 



Wellesley college library. 3309, 3310 

Browning (Robert) — Door of 50 

Wimpole street, Elizabeth Barrett's 

home. © Feb. 27, 1940 ; J 29902, 29903. 

Wellman, Russell E. 3311 

Safe driver. © Dec. 22, 1939; K 
44921. 

Wernimont, Ed. 3312 

Portable building. © 1 c. Mar. 19, 
1940 ; I 25686. 

West, Lawrence. 3313 

Anatomy of chess. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 
1940 ; I 25514. 

Whall, Percival George. 3314 

Combination door lock. © 1 c. Mar. 
19, 1940 ; I 25687. 

Wilkinson, Walter Bryant. 3315 

Exhibit III, plans A & B [of profits 
in tourist camps] © Feb. 19, 1940; 
I 25606. 

Wilson, Forest C. 3316 

Dell Wilson pipe stem. © 1 c. Mar. 
11, 1940 ; I 25631. 

Wittemann, Herman L. 3317 

Nobody knows what's in the heart of 
a rose ; by Marie Zichy. © Jan. 31, 
1940 ; H 1602. 

Wolf, Walter. 3318 

Thermostatic motor control switch 

for automobile hot water heater. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25682. 

Yeckes-Eichenbaum, inc. 3319 

Wondercrop, Shipper's brand. © 
Jan. 13, 1940 ; K 45079. 

Zion talis mfg. co., inc. 3320 

Chag hamatzos tishmor — shivas 
yomim tocal matzos. 

© Dec. 31, 1939 ; K 45007. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 31 one-copy entries).— - 107 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 431 one-copy entries).— - 713 

Photographs (including 101 one-copy entries)..- — — 277 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 424 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries) — 1,456 

Total 2,553 



62 



PHOTOGRAPHS, DRAWINGS, AND PRINTS, OF WHICH THE SUBSIST- 
ING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE 
ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [3320 



Beaton, O. 1-3 

B'k't'n Everett G. Griggs. R 86146, 
Feb. 26, 1940. 

Crossing the bar. R 86145, Feb. 26, 
1940. 

Star of Finland. R 86144, Feb. 26, 
1940. 

(£) Myrtle B. Beaton, Seattle. 
Goodrich (Wallace) 4 

Ecclesiastical year. © Wallace 
Goodrich, Boston. R 85054, Mar. 11. 
1940. 
Gutmann, Bessie Pease. 5-8 



Baby in bassinette. R 86161, Feb. 27, 
1940. 

Baby mine. R 86160, Feb. 27, 1940. 

Baby's first birthday. R 86159, Feb. 
27, 1940. 

Butterfly. R 86162, Feb. 27, 1940. 

© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New 
York. 

Robinson, John H. 9 

Postmasters' chart for determining 
charges United States parcel post. © 
John H. Robinson, Nantucket, Mass. 
R 85287, Mar. 29, 1940. 



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CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 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 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 4 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; 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. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
plete calendar year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are now as follows: 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

Part 1, Group 2, Pamphlets, Contributions to Nev/spapers or Periodicals, 

Lectures, and Maps - — — 3. 00 

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

Part 2, Periodicals 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations.— 2. 00 

Single numbers — — — - - - . 50 

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

All parts for complete calendar year. - — - 10. 00 



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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, 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 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copy- 
right if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1940. 

This notice includes any f Tinted 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 Eegister of Copyrights, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Aderente, Vincent.* 3321 

Moses presenting the tablets to his 

people. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1940 ; G 35490. 

Allegheny County sportsmen's league. 

3322 

Allegheny County sportsmen's league. 
© 1 c. Feb. 20, 1940 ; G 35567. 

Amateis, Edmond.* 3323 

Doves elect a hawk their king. Lose 
not the substance for the shadow. © 
1 c. Mar. 19 ; 1940 ; G 35172. 

Anderson, Frances M.* 3324-3340 

Birthday and lucky charm children's 
knitwear. — Birthday belt dress and 
suit. — Birthday bolero dress. — Birthday 
button dresses. — Birthday collar 
frock. — Birthday pocket dress. — Birth- 
day suspender frock — Brother - and- 
sister birthday togs. — Charm and birth- 
day outdoor suits. — Charm and birth- 
day sleeping suits. — Children's charm 
clothes. — Girls' birthday fashions. — 
Lucky charm & birthday bunting. — 
Lucky charm and birthday tiny tots 
clothes. — Personalized baby blanket. — 
Personalized little boy fashions — Twin 
or girl-and-boy birthday fashions. © 
1 c. each Apr. 19, 1940 ; G 35590-35606. 

Anderson bros. & Johnson co. 

3341-3350 
Antram (Mildred) Memorial: 

Buehler, 4030.— Metz, 4032.— Mon- 
tague, 4033.— Swanton, 4036. © Mar. 
14, 1940; G 35459, 35470, 35471, 35473. 
Johnson (Charles W.) Memorial: 
Carlton, 4038. © Mar. 14, 1940 ; G 
35461. 

Peterson (Edward) Memorial: 
Armstrong, 4037. — Barclay 4035. — 
Butler, 4034.— Gilbert, 4039.— Newport, 
4031. © Mar. 14, 1940 ; G 35460, 35462- 
35464, 35472. 

Art metal works, inc. 3351 

Kaupmann (Fred) : 
Fish. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1940 ; G 35552. 

Babey, Johnny.* 3352 

Consequences. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1940 ; 
G 35511. 



Barnes, Emma Zola.* 3353, 3354 

Eighteenth century mineral dolls. © 

1 c. each Mar. 11, 1940 ; G 35369, 35370. 

Barnes, Thorlief F.* 3355 

Quality, integrity, service, Michigan 
horological association, inc., emblem. 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1940 ; G 35494. 

Bashford, Raymond F.* 3356 

Miniature of Soldiers' Field. © 1 c. 
Apr. 2, 1940 ; G 35565. 

Beck & Beck. 3357-3365 

Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorials: 
Beckman, 417, 426.— Carter, 415, 
428.— French, 416, 427.— Gorham, 421, 
423.— Harper, 419, 425.— Hoffman, 414, 
429.— Murphy, 418. — Trumain, 413, 
430.— Wilber, 420, 424. © 1 c. each Apr. 
25, 1940 ; G 35571-35579. 

Bentz, Daniel Matthew.* 3366 

Bentz (Daniel Matthew) © 1 c. Apr. 
9, 1940 ; G 35432. 

Bertolucci, Harold. 3367 

Marchi (Vitalino) : 
Anne (St.) plaque. © Dec. 12, 
1939 ; G 35355. 

Bishop, Richard E.* 3368-3387 

Bobwhite quail, I. — Bobwhite quail 
head, T. — Canvasback, F. — Canvasback 
head, O. — Cocker spaniel, N. — Jack- 
snipe, G. — Labrador dog, L. — Mallard 
duck, D.— Mallard head. P.— Pintail 
duck, C. — Pointer dog, K. — Redhead 
duck, E.— Ruffed grouse, H.— Ruffed 
grouse head, Q. — Setter dog, J. — 
Springer spaniel, M. — Three Canada 
geese, B. — Three seagulls, A. — Wild 
turkey head, R. — Woodcock head, S. 
© Dec. 1, 1939 ; G 35532-35551. 

Blackford, Charles Arthur.* 3388 

United film service. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1940 ; G 35495. 

Bohland, Gustav.* 3389 

Gulf stream blues fishing tournament. 
© 1 c. Apr. 11, 1940 ; G 35358. 

Brewer, Raymond Estin.* 3390 

Tarpon. © Mar. 4, 1940 ; G 35371. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Bryant, Silvia. 3391, 3392 

Russell ( Charles M. ) : 
Man Child (Indian) — Yellow 
Weasel (Indian) (c) 1 c. each Mar. 7, 
1940 ; G 35587, 35588. 

Busbey advertising agency. 3393, 3394 
Edwards (Paton) : 

Off with a snap ! — On your mark . . . 
get set . . . go with Benzoco! (c) 1 c. 
each Jan. 9, 1940 ; G 35367, 35368. 

Buttura & sons. 3395, 3396 

Kenerson (HarleyC.) Memorial: 
Morgan, 640.— Ullman, 639. © Apr. 
8, 1940 ; G 35359, 35361. 

Cincinnati gas & electric co. 3397-3432 
Bushnell (E. A.) : 

Arctic transport. — Before radios. — 
Before service stations. — Blue Mon- 
day. — Breakfast on the farm. — Califor- 
nia or bust. — Christmas dinner. — 
Christmas morning. — Cider mill. — Club 
life. — Colonial inn. — Country church. — 
Drummer. — Farm spring house. — First 
highways. — General store. — Home for 
Christmas. — Home soap making. — In- 
dian sedan. — Livery stable. — Making 
sorghum. — Maple sugar camp. — Old 
time dairy farm. — Our bus meets all 
trains. — Peddler. — Pioneer inn. — Pio- 
neer kitchen. — Pioneer wash day. — 
Quiet evening at home. — River days. — 
Spring rite. — Three R's. — We do our 
trading on Saturday. — Weekly clar- 
ion. — Westward over the Erie. — When 
Judge Colt was supreme, (c) 1 c. each 
Apr. 15, 1940 ; G 35392-35427. 

Coffy, Harry V.* 3433 

Confucius, (c) 1 c. Apr. 11, 1940; G 
35364. 

Comanor, Pauline.* 3434 

Dippy Dome, (c) 1 c. Apr. 26, 1940; 

G 35585. 

Comolli & CO. 3435 

Murray (William A.) Memorial: 
God could not have made earthly 
ties so strong to break them in eternity. 
Friendship, truth, love, J-359. © Apr. 
2, 1940 ; G 35467. 

Cook, Watkins & Patch, inc. 3436-3447 
Cassani (John) Memorial: 

Colbin, 2201.— Kellert, 2202. © 
Apr. 17, 1940 ; G 35561, 35562. 
Small (Janet) Memorial: 

Adams, 2205. — Blakey, 2199. — 
Deaver, 2180.— Fremont, 2203.— Marti- 
gnes, 2204.— Bring, 2187.— P u r s o n , 
2200.— Sanders, 2172.— Simpson, 2169.— 
Trilby, 2188. © Apr. 17, 1940; G 
35553-35560, 35563, 35564. 



Coopers, inc. 3448 

Hoffman (Frank) : 

Figure of jockey standing, right 
hand on hip, whip in left hand at side, 
etc. (c) 1 c. Feb. 10, 1940 ; G 35338. 

Cross bros. co. 3449-3460 

Geist (Angela A.) Paramount me- 
morial : 
Landsen, 5600. — Linmann, 5601. © 

Apr. 2, 1940 ; G 35330, 35331. 

Kenerson (Harley) Paramount me- 
morial : 
Melvin, 5590. © Apr. 2, 1940; G 

35325. 

La Chappelle (Leon J.) Paramount 
memorial : 
Arnold, 5592. © Mar. 20, 1940 ; G 

35580. 

Caster, 5587.— Jarvis, 5562A. © 

Mar. 20, 1940 ; G 35324, 35333. 

Durham, 5591. — Filiere, 5583.— 

French, 5593. — Jurras, 5596. — Meyer, 

5595.— Walters, 5594. © Apr. 2, 1940 ; 

G 35326-35329, 35332, 35334. 

Curtis, George Richard. 3461 

Stroh (John) : 
Traffic buddy. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1940 ; G 35496. 

Digneo, Fred.* 3462 

Pueblo Indian man with blanket 

wrapped around him. © Feb. 16, 
1940 ; G 35372. 

Droeger, Leona Pearl Sands. 3463 

Sands (Leona Pearl) [i. e. L. P. S. 

Droeger] : 

Bonnie Lassie. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; G 35438. 

Easton, Norma Hazeltine Lazell.* 

3464, 3465 

Destiny card. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1940 ; 
G 35497. 

Destiny 1237456. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1940 ; G 35498. 

Fessner (Ludwig) co., inc., & Al Sigl. 

3466 
Fessner (Ludwig) co., inc.: 
Al Sigl's legion — the blood we give 
helps others to live. © 1 c. May 26, 
1939 ; G 35433. 

Forstmann woolen co. 3467 

Wilson (Kenneth) : 
Representation of clouds and rain- 
bow, white curved lines on gray back- 
ground bisected by colored lines. © 1 
c. Apr. 17, 1940 ; G 35645. 

Franco, Lewis C* 3468 

Eat at the Lantern — light on your 

pocket. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1940 ; G 35391. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 4, 1940 



3499 



Gardner, Norman Wood.* 3469 

Wee Winkle Worm. © 1 c. May 2, 
1940 ; G 35644. 

Gelow, Kenneth Holiday.* 3470 

Rudy, Dudy and Charlie. © 1 c. 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; G 35388. 

Gonnella, Francis A.* 3471 

Serenade opus 1 number 1 by Fran- 
cis A. Gonnella for violin and piano. 
© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1940 ; G 35434. 

Greenberg, James. 3472 

Greenberg (Jim [i. e. James]) : 
Ike Irwin. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1940 ; G 
35322. 

Greene, Wilhelmina F.* 3473 

Christmas tree for children to as- 
semble. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1940 ; G 35365. 

Grew (Agnes Mengel) associates. 3474 
Grew (Agnes Mengel) : 

G, R, E, W. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1940 ; 
G 35620. 

Grupper, Herman.* 3475 

Style sketchers model. © 1 c. Apr. 
3, 1940 ; G 35352. 

Hall, Philip C* 3476 

For centuries I grew and grew until 
I grew so high, they hinged me in the 
middle just to let the moon go by. © 
1 c. Jan. 27, 1940 ; G 35640. 

Hamilton, Art Reginald.* 3477 
Swiss castle, Milford. Conn. Hawai- 
ian room menu. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1940 ; 
G 35337. 

Heaston, Alan Charles.* 3478 

Lift up now thine eyes. © 1 c. Apr. 
17, 1940 ; G 35435. 

Hebert & Ladrie. 3479 

Kenerson ( Harley C. ) Memorial : 
Manning, 4234. © Apr. 8, 1940; 
G 35360. 

Howe, Lorna S. 3480 

Testa (Vivian) : 

Upsy Downsy. © 1 c. Dec. 7, 1939 ; 
G 35646. 

Hunleth music co. 3481 

Tadducci (Florido) : 
Alpine serenader. © Nov. 15. 1939 ; 
G 35336. 

Hutty, Alfred.* 3482 

Kiss. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1940 ; G 35586. 

Izorenko, John I. 3483 

Cortezano (Benjamin) & Izorenko 
(J.I.) : 



Harmony. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1940; G 
35335. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 3484 

Magistris (Ugo) Memorial: 
Cassidy, 3082. © Mar. 11, 1940; 
G 35468. 

Jones bros. co. 3485 

Miller (Malcolm G.) : 
Memorial, 1383. © Mar. 28, 1940; 
G 35362. 

Kaunzner, Anna Emiline.* 3486 

Uncle Sam's long wait for his suit, 
dressed in a rain barrel, while it is 
being altered to fit Jonny Bull. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1940 ; G 35607. 

Kohlroser, Vincent.* 3487 

Nurse holding candle. © 1 c. Apr. 

9, 1940 ; G 35354. 

Kressel, Hazel.* 3488 

Wobbly Jack. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1940; 
G 35566. 

Larsen, Horace Adolphus.* 3489 

Go ye into all the world and preach 
the Gospel to every creature. © Apr. 
1, 1940 ; G 35351. 

La Ruea, Cassandra K.* 3490 

Sun jay costumer Paradell. © 1 c. 
Apr. 24, 1940 ; G 35528. 

Leibold, Marie T. 3491 

Allison (C. Chester) : 

Leibold memorial. © 1 c. May 1, 
1940 ; G 35641. 

Leondar, Arthur. 3492-3494 

Galli (Walter) : 
Oh, I feel so stuffed from over eat- 
ing. — Papa ! buy me a pool table. © 1 
c. each Mar. 13, 1940 ; G 35499, 35500. 
You got me pal, 2381. © 1 c. Apr. 

10, 1940 ; G 35430. 

Lewis, Selma G.* 3495 

Mother's Day — love ye one another. 
© 1 c. Apr. 15, 1940 ; G 35389. 

Lloyd bros. co.* 3496 

Fink memorial. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1940 ; 
G 35491. 

Lofton, S. D. & Willis, F. H.* 

3497, 3498 

Behold He cometh with clouds. © 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; G 35323. 

In His glorified state. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1940 ; G 35529. 

Lombardo, Emilio Vincent.* 3499 

Grand finale. © 1 c. Feb. 1, 1940; 
G 35589. 



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3500 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Los Angeles, C!alif. Board of police 
commissioners. 3500 

Twomey (C. F.) : 
Policeman, Los Angeles police. © 

1 c. Apr. 8, 1940 ; G 35481. 

McClary, William R.* 3501, 3502 

Bowling alley frolics. — Three of the 
ten pins — Duck Pin, Snoozy, Sue, 
Speedy. © 1 c. each Apr. 22, 1940; 
G 35508, 35509. 

Marchi, Vitalino.* 3503 

Altar. © Dec. 15, 1939 ; G 35356. 

Meyer, Richard Andrew.* 3504 

Modern order of church-going liars 
and, or, galloping gossips. © 1 c. Feb. 
12, 1940 ; G 35222. 

Miller, Harry Edwin.* 3505-3510 

For business or pleasure toureasers 
toureasier, 70. — Toureasers toureasier, 
69, 72, 73. — Toureasier toureasers, 68. — 
Work, play, stress, 71. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 3, 1940 ; G 35613-35618. 

Mt. Mansfield lift, inc. 3511 

Beecher (Mathew) : 
Mt. Mansfield lift — Smugglers' 
notch, Stowe, Vt. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1940 ; 
G 35428. 



Newman decor, inc. 



8512-3527 



Guild (S.) : 

Chinese vase of flowers with girl 
figure with bamboo, 1277. — Chinese 
vase of flowers with male figure with 
bamboo, 1278. © Jan. 1, 1940; G 
35378, 35384. 

Harris (Sue [i. e. Susan]) : 

Chinese water lilies in wine and 
pink, 1273. — Dancers on striped wall 
paper, girl with green dress, 1263A. — 
Dancers on striped wall paper, girl 
with purple dress, 1263. — Female statue 
with tulips and fruit, 1280. — Flowers 
with brown leaves and drape on left 
side, 1270. — Flowers with brown leaves 
and drape on right side, 1271. — Magno- 
lias in vase, 1250. — Male statue with 
fruit and leaves in blue vase, 1279. — 
Peasants with geese on grey wall paper, 
1293. — Peasants with lambs on grey 
wall paper, 1292. — Snow^balls in vase, 
1251. — Wine and pink water lilies, 
1273A. © Jan. 1, 1940 ; G 35373, 35374, 
35376, 35377, 35379-35383, 35385-35387. 
Roche (S.) : 

Yellow lotus flowers, 1252. © Jan. 
1, 1940 ; G 35375. 
Roche (S. G.) : 

Gladiolas, 1255. © Jan. 1, 1940; 
G 35582. 



Newton, Ruth E.* 3528-3530 

Smiling, upright, fat-cheeked boy 
with large head, one hand in pocket 
and holding apple with other, dressed 
in shirtwaist and short pants, 7. — Un- 
clothed upright doll baby with fat 
cheeks, large head and fat stomach, 8. — 
Upright, fat-cheeked girl with smiling 
face and large head, wearing short 
jacket and pants, 6. © 1 c. each Apr. 
25, 1940 ; G 35568-35570. 
Old King Cole, inc. 3531 

Lower (Bert) jr. : 

Santagram. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1940 ; G 
35530. 



Osborne co. 



3532-3534 



Smith (Henry P.) : 
House — apple blossoms, 4712. © 
1 c. Apr. 30, 1940 ; G 35624. 
Teller (Griffith H.) : 

Red mill, 4720. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1940 ; G 35622. 
Viski (Janos) : 
Cowboys with drove of hoi-ses, 
4713. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1940 ; G 35623. 

Paterson monument co. 8535 

Naylor ( Franklin L. ) : 

Salony memorial carved in granite, 
sunken recess enclosed with bronze 
doors in central motif of cross. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1940 ; G 35492. 
Perry, Grant C* 3536-3543 

Devil. — Devil's mistress. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 26, 1940 ; G 35583, 35584. 

Fanciful caricature : 
Cat. — Dog. — D o n k e y. — Ostrich. — 
Pekingese dog. — Rabbit. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 22, 1940; G 35502-35507. 
Pufahl, Albert J.* 3544 

Plastic statue of penguin on a square 
base. © 1 c. Apr. 6, 1940 ; G 35621. 
Reid, Marshall.* 3545 

Fun in the sun. White stag ski togs. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; G 35357. 
Rock of ages corp. 3546-3596 

Haslam (Daniel Booth) Memorial: 
Bogart, 1845.— C o 1 1 i n s, 1840.— 
Dickey, 1834.— Hilger, 1839.— Sutter, 
1850. — They gave their today for our 
tomorrow, 1848. © Dec. 15, 1939; G 
35441, 35442, 35477, 35480, 85481, 
35485. 

Carroll. — C h i s h o 1 m ( Jesse ) — 
Kleinman ( Dora ) — Kleinman-Flax. — 
Leslie (William) — Schoeneman. © 
Dec. 1, 1939; G 35439; 35440, 35450, 
35452, 35453, 35454. 

Simon, 220, 620. © Aug. 1, 
G 35525. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 4, 1940 



3644 



Richardson (Earl Carlyle) Memo- 
rial : 

Bennings (Lois Lee), 231, 231-G, 
631.— Blocher, 1836.— Carroll (Sandra 
Jean), 235, 235-G, 635.— Friedens (Wil- 
liam E.), 236, 236-G, 636.— Hosmer, 
1838.— Killian (Andrew N.), 232, 
232-G, 632.— L u f k e n, 1842.— Noyer 
(Clyde A.), 1847.— Russell, 1843.— 
Weller {Mother Martha E.), 233, 
233-G, 633. © Dec. 15, 1939 ; G 35444, 
35458. 35469, 35479. 35482-35484, 35487- 
35489. 

Forrester, 186, 586.— Gravelle, 217, 
617.— Kibler, 207, 607.— Lenter, 204, 
604.— Redfern, 219, 619.— Venner, 210, 
610. © Aug. 1, 1939; G 35515, 35517, 
35520, 35522-35524. 

Holber, 1851.— Thomas, 1852. © 
Dec. 20, 1939 ; G 35465, 35486. 

P. F. 154.— West. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; 
G 35447, 35449. 
Yaeger (Alfred Bernard) Memorial: 

Clouter, 196, 596.— Jameson, 185, 
585. — Markeman, 184, 584. — Nichols, 
208, 608.— Turnev, 206, 606.— Winton, 
205, 605. © Aug. 1, 1939: G 35513, 
35514, 35516, 35518, 35519, 35521. 

Hersev, 1854, 241.— Kindler. 1855. 
242.— LaBlanch (Michael L.), 238, 
238-G, 638.— Laskin, 1835.— P. F. 155.— 
Sallrich (Joseph E.), 237, 237-G, 637.— 
Stafford, 1837.— Trimbel (Sarah Ann), 
239, 239-G, 639.— Wilner (Joseph H. 
(Uncle Joe) ) . 234. 234-G, 634. © Dec. 
15, 1939; G 35443, 35446, 35455-35457, 
35466, 35475, 35476, 35478. 

McGraw (John J.)— P. F. 153.— 
P. F. 156. © Dec. 1, 1939; G 35445, 
35448, 35451. 

Rosenberg, Heinz.* 3597-3601 

Orange-headed m u s i c i a n. — Plum- 
headed bassoon players. — S t r i n g y 
haired leek organ player. — Tangerine- 
headed d r u m m e r. — Walnut-headed 
harpist, (c) 1 c. each Apr. 23, 1940 ; G 
35608-35612. 

Roy, Joseph A. 3602 

Brown (Walter L.) : 
Roy (Joseph A.) real estate. © 
1 c. Apr. 2, 1940 ; G 35512. 

Schaefer (F. & M.) brewing co. 3603 
Durenceau (Andre) : 

Spring & beer. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 
1940 ; G 35390. 

Schaefer & co. 3604 

Mingesz ( Michael C. ) : 
Nelson memorial. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 
1940 ; G 35363. 



Seid, Frederick. 8605 

Dinsdale (Ardice Owen) : 

Pete. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1940; G 
35366. 
Terry toons, inc. 3606 

Terry (Paul) : 

Rufus Rooster. © 1 c. May 1, 
1940 ; G 35642. 
Toyra, Alfred Selim Mickels.* 3607 

Evil war red dragon in the earth. © 
1 c. Apr. 4, 1940 ; G 35647. 
Turner, Roy Thomas, & Elliott, 

Charles R.* 3608 

Life begins in '40, G. O. P. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; G 35493. 
Turner, Ruth. 3609 

Pooch. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1940 ; G 35510. 
Vazah, inc. 3610-3624 

Scovil (Cora) : 
Lady head, 98. — Lady legs, 731. — 
Man's head, M-64. — Sitting lady, 717, 
721, 722.— Standing boy, 63cl2B.— 
Standing child, 5c2, 7c4, 8c4, 10c6.— 
Standing lady, 723, 725. — Stooping 
lady, 719.— Walking lady, 720. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 29, 1940; G 35625-35639. 

Vermont marble co. 3625, 3626 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 

McCormick, D6-827. © Apr. 23, 
1940 ; G 35619. 

Test-Hiatt, D4-486. © Mar. 26, 
1940 ; G 35581. 

Walther mfg. co., inc. 3627,3628 

Lister (James R.) Textile fabric 

style : 

Cor-du-roi, 5674. — New point, 5665. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 23, 1940; G 35526, 
35527. 

Ward, Robert Lewis. 3629 

DeWayne (Gardner) : 

Ai'cadian rollers, 1940. © 1 c. Jan. 
11, 1940 ; G 34842. 

Weber, Christian.* 3630,3631 

America forever. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; 

G 35531. 
God is our hope, 1776. © 1 c. Apr. 

30, 1940 ; G 35643. 

Weiner, Egon.* 3632 

One-ness. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940; G 
35353. 

Welch, Ethel Allen.* 3633-3644 

Pin design : 

Aquarius. — Aries. — Cancer. — Cap- 
ricorn. — Gemini. — Leo. — Libra. — Pis- 
ces. — Sagittarius. — Scorpio. — Tarus. — 
Virgo. © 1 c. each Apr. 8, 1940; G 
35339-35350. 



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Wilke, Elliott E.* 3645 

Nervous? Don't chew your lips chew 
Wilke's gum. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; G 
35321. 

Wittemann, Herman L. 3646-3649 

Moll (John B.) jr.: 
America out of Charlestown head- 
ed for the Grand Banks, built 1776.— 



Next in importance to freedom and 
justice is popular education. — On the 
road to Mandalay. — Westward bound. 
© Jan. 26, 1940 ; G 35064-35067. 

Zuckerman, Bernard.* 3650,3651 

Felice, life-sized garden or fountain 
figure. — Water-lily birdbath. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 19, 1940 ; G 35436, 35437. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 



70 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Abbott laboratories. 3652-3655 

Bassett (John Y.) m. d., 1805-1851.— 
Bigelow (Henry Jacob) m. d,, 1816- 
1890. — Drake (Daniel) m. d., 1785- 
1852.— Horner (William E.) m. d., 
1793-1853. © Apr. 5, 1940; K 45367- 
45370. 

Adalet mfg. co. 3656-3660 

Collars for all 100 watt fittings for 
lug type guards ; collars for 200 W fit- 
tings V.A.-VWE-VFA. — New guard 
ring for 100 watt V. type fittings, VCR- 
100. — New type guard rings for lug type 
V.P. fittings for 100 W & 200 W fixtures 
with and without reflector mounting 
lugs, VGA lOOT, VGA 200T.— Revised 
drawing of present pattern for new 
type guard rings no. VGR-100 H and 
VGR-IOOT. — Revised pattern YP-2-3 
for 50/100 series vaportight fitting for 
new type threadless guard and thread- 
ed guard ring. © 1 c. each Apr. 20, 
1940 ; I 25862-25866. 

Aetna casualty and surety co. 3661 

Elevator cable slide rule scale. © 1 
c.Apr. 3, 1940; 125880. 

Agranor, Matthew. 3662 

Paper art. (c) 1 c. Apr. 13, 1940; J 
30160. 

Ahern, Raymond J. 3663 

Clip for holding cloth on strainer 
pail. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25937. 

American institute of laundering. 3664 
March of progress. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 30005. 

American stove co. 3665-3669 

Boy! Wish I had all my teeth. © 
Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 45072. 

Same. © Feb. 20, 1940; K 

45076. 

Doctors shouldn't have jealous wives ! 
© Apr. 5, 1940 ; K 45373. 

I almost kissed the gas man. © Apr. 
17, 1940 ; K 45421. 



Regardez, Henri, these Americans 
they now swing even the beefsteak ! © 
Mar. 20, 1940 ; K 45371. 

American viscose corp. 3670-3673 

American original, by Nettie Rosen- 
stein .... of a Crown tested rayon fab- 
ric. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; K 45414. 

American original designed by Helen 
Cookman of a Crown tested rayon and 
wool fabric. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; K 45415. 

American original designed by Lou- 
ise Barnes Gallagher in a Crown tested 
rayon fabric. © Mar. 15, 1940; K 
45413. 

Town twins . . . dressmaker coat and 
suit by Edith Head ... © Mar. 15, 
1940 ; K 45416. 

Andres, inc. 3674-3684 

Chirat (— ) : 
Camelia, chevre-f euille, 9. — Giro- 
flee, campanules digital, 6. — Heliotrope 
anemones, pensees, coquelicor, boule de 
neige, 7. — Lys, pensees, tulipe, oreilles 
d'ours, 18. — Oeillets, phlox, mauve, so- 
leil vivace, 23. — Oeuillets [?], coque- 
lourdes, jasmin d'Espagne, coquelico, 
12. — Pivoine, 10. — Renoncules, anemo- 
nes, pensees, aster, 2. — Rose a cent 
feuilles, rose blanche, soucis, aster, 11. 
© Feb. 15, 1940 ; H 1661-1669. 

Imperatrice Eugenie entouree de ses 
dames d'honneur ; by Frangois Xavier 
Winterhalter. © Mar. 22, 1940; K 
45522. 

Summer glory; by John Hare. © 
Apr. 2, 1940 ; K 45521. 

Anjo garden supplies. 3685-3687 

Anjo early American grist mill and 
waterwheel, 302. — Anjo informal gar- 
den pool plan. — Early American garden 
pool plan, 301. © Mar. 29, 1940; I 
25744-25746. 

Anthonisen, Georg Brockmann. 3688 
New rib-reinforced tie-plates with 
new spike-hole location to fit skew or 
trapezoid spike-shafts. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1940 ; I 25750. 



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Armour, Samuel. 3689 

Helicopter. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; I 
25896. 

Armour & co. 3690-3692 

Bringing home the bacon. — Front 
page news. — Thin slices make thick 
profits. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1940; J 
30096-30098. 

Arrowhead stamp exchange. 3693 

Beautiful Texas — poster stamp series, 
the missions of San Antonio. © Apr. 
15, 1940 ; K 45427. 

Asbury, Stanley Joseph. 3694 

Toy vacuum blocks. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1^40 ; I 25869. 

Ashley (David) inc. 3695-3699 

Cadogan {Lady Augusta) 302. — Can- 
ning {Viscountess) 303. — Conper {Lady 
Frances) 304. — Folkestone {Vicount- 
ess) 301. — Passe-temps des dames, 305, 
306 ; by A. Pingot. © Apr. 18, 1940 ; H 
1643-1648. 

Association of American railroads. 

3700 
Hold it ! Train's coming. © Apr. 8, 
1940 ; K 45379. 

Auran, Albin. 3701 

Country shower bath. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1940 ; I 25787. 

Austin CO. 3702 

In Fitchburg, Massachusetts today. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 30069. 

Autry, Gene. 3703-3707 

Gene Autry rides ; by Till Goodan. © 
Jan. 28, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1940; K 
45465-46469. 

Bacon, William Wallaster. 3708 

Variable tension tail piece. © 1 c. 
Apr. 13, 1940 ; I 25824. 

Badano, Albert. 3709 

A and B fire extinguisher. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25918. 

Bailey meter co. 3710-3720 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 

175F850T500P. © Feb. 1, 1940; I 

25789. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 

35F400T70P. — Bailey recorder chart, 

1600KP30L. © Jan. 2, 1940; I 25790, 

25793. 
Bailey fluid meter chart, 350F1.60D, 

750F2000P. © Feb. 14, 1940; I 25788, 

25797. 



420F, 120F360F240P, 

140F420F310P. 750F450T2400P. © Jan. 
17, 1940 ; I 25794-25796, 25798. 

Bailey recorder chart, 200KTX. © 
Jan. 15, 1940 ; I 25792. 

300KT30V. © Mar. 8, 1940; I 

25791. 

Baird, Wayne Gordon & Baird, Russell 
Leroy. 3721, 3722 

Beverage cooling compartment that 
may be included as a feature of house- 
hold mechanical refrigerators. — New 
top-to-toe designs for domestic mechani- 
cal refrigerators. © Apr. 17, 1940; I 
25843, 25844. 

Ballantine (P.) «& sons. 3723, 3724 

Handy way to order Ballantine's ale 
& beer. © Sept. 14, 1939 ; K 45315. 

Same. © Aug. 10, 1939; K 

45314. 

Ballard, Howard A. 3725, 3726 

Turkey dinner. — Turkey sandwich. 
© Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45383, 45384. 

Barrie, Charles Ernest. 3727 

Barrie colored light signal system. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25948. 

Barry, Harris A. 3728 

[Plan for rerouting Northwestern 

railroad] © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1940 ; I 25829. 

Beck, Robert J. 3729 

Improved bingo board. © 1 c. Apr. 
13, 1940 ; I 25830. 

Beebe, Douglas Nelson. 3730 

Electric bi-metal humidostat. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25912. 

Beitel, Byron C. 3731 

Method of eliminating play in worm 
and worm gear drives. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 
1940 ; I 25804. 

Benedict, Rome R. 3732, 3733 

Sanitary toilet paper dispenser. — Snap 
fastener for envelopes. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25908, 25909. 

Bernard, Ernest. 3734 

Electro - dynamic absorption dyna- 
mometer improvements over patent no. 
2,188,398. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25911. 

Bingham, Edward M. 3735 

Ball and roller hem threading de- 
vices. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25935. 

Bjorklund, Oscar. 3736 

Twin governors. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; 

I 25895. 



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3792 



Blossfeld, Emil. 3737 

Three beauties. © Feb. 14, 1940; J 
30124. 

Borin art products corp. 3738-3746 

Autumn shadows; by J. Antonius. — 
Evening shadows ; by H. Van Doren. — 
Flower vendors; by Paul Emile Le- 
comte. — Market square ; by Paul Emile 
Lecomte. — Mill pond ; by H. Van 
Doren. — Rock bound coast ; by C. West- 
chiloff. — Snow clad forest ; by C. West- 
chiloff. — Stone fence ; by J. Antonius. — 
Winter sunset; by C. Westchiloff. © 
Jan. 16, 1940; K 45026-45034. 

Brewer, William Irwin. 3747 

Brewer's combination weather strip 
and window lock. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; 
I 25950. 

Brown & Bigelow. 3748-3760 

Leaver (Noel) : 
Bryce Canyon, Utah, 30145.— Chi- 
cago, Fort Dearborn, 30149. — Ipswich. 
Mass., John Whipple house. — Lassen 
(Mt.) Calif., 30143.— New York (City) 
Old Wall street, 30141. — Pasadena. 
Calif., City Hall, 30152.— Richmond, 
Va., St. John's church, 30147.— Rock- 
port, Ind., Lincoln Pioneer village, 
30142.— Washington, D. C, Francis 
Scott Key home, 30146. — Washington, 
D. C, U. S. Capitol, 30144.— Williams- 
burg, Va., Capitol building, 30148.— 
Wright memorial, Kitty Hawk, N. C, 
30150. © Mar. 25, 1940; K 45491- 
45502. 

1940 ; by Lawson Wood. © Jan. 29, 
1940 ; K 45490. 

Brown instrument co. 3761-3764 

Brown chart, 5123. © Jan. 23, 
1940 ; I 25785. 

Brown instrument co. chart, 10528. 
© Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25809. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12071. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; I 25840. 

Therm-electric meters co. inc. chart, 
TR1218W1. [Brown instrument co. 
chart] © Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25841. 

Builders iron foundry. 3765 

Alignment chart for rapid determina- 
tion of flow rates, differentials, venturi, 
throat and office diameters for water at 
60° F. © Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25878. 

Burgoyne (Sidney J.) & sons. 

3766-3772 

Boon companions; by O. Darcy. — 

Canterbury meadows in snow ; Thomas 



Sidney Cooper. — In full cry; by 
Thomas Blinks. — Irish setters ; by 
Thomas Blinks.— Mischief ; by G. B. 
O'Neill. — Snow scene; by Charles Pot- 
ter. — Toast ; by J. Gaisser. © Apr. 22, 
1940 ; H 1653-1659. 

Carlson, Gustave W. 3773 

Let it ring again, vote Republican. 
© Mar. 20, 1940 ; K 45418. 

Carlton, Claude Lewis. 3774 

Consolidated direct control system 
for aeroplanes. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1940; I 
25749. 

Carroll, Roger Merle. 3775 

Chart for determining total mill 
price per pound of plate and sheet 
stainless steels for different analysis. 
© Feb. 10, 1940 ; I 25751. 



Carroll photo service. 



3776, 3777 



Los Angeles coliseum, U. S. C. vs. 
U. C. L. A., Dec. 9, 1939. © Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 30129. 

Santa Anita Derby, $50,000 added, 
Feb. 22nd 1940, Sweepida. © Feb. 23, 
1940 ; J 30156. 

Castlen, Robert Cecil. 3778 

Notarizer. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1940; I 
25846. 

Church mart, inc. 3779 

Peace. St. Peters and the Vatican, 
1 ; by George New. © Apr. 10, 1940 ; K 
45388. 

Clarke, Harry Newton. 3780-3788 

Effective deputization. — Man-to-man 
relations. — Man's basis of accomplish- 
ment. — Man's place in an organiza- 
tion. — Measuring executive v a 1 u e. — 
Men, money and management. — Objec- 
tives in business. — Policy as a working 
tool. — Thoughts on management. © 
1 c. each Apr. 19, 1940 ; J 30178-30186. 

Cline, Walter M. 3789 

Air view of Chickamauga dam, Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn. © Mar. 15, 1940; J 
30151. 



Clipper, Maurice R. 

Lincoln (Abraham) 
1940 ; J 30157. 



3790 

© Feb. 12, 



Coca-cola co. 3791, 3792 

Lift that lid.— Positive profits. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 29995, 30068. 



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Cohoes envelope co., inc. 3793-3796 

[Girl in colonial dress coming from 
old time shoe store, man observing 
her] — [Head of girl looking down at 
handbag, shoe and stocking with a 
back-ground circle] — [Modern girl in 
low cut evening dress of flowered mate- 
rial against dark background panel] — 
[Young girl in very full dress, bodice 
with low cut shoulders, against solid 
circular background with ornamental 
border] © Mar. 21, 1940; K 45309- 
45312. 

Collins, Frederick Vreeland. 3797 

Exposure chart for colour prints. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25811. 

Collins, Joseph E. 3798 

Detection unit-seal and detection 

sealing means for envelopes, boxes and 

cartons. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25894. 

Coman, Rachel Jeffery. 3799 

Pedestrian safety device. © 1 c. Apr, 
19, 1940 ; I 25931. 

Comfort, Benjamin F. 3800 

Lawn-mower sharpener. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1940 ; I 25933. 

Connor, Mozella. 3801 

Washing machine and dish washer. 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25920. 

Conrad, (Father). 3802 

Veronica's veil, America's passion 
play. © Apr. 12, 1940 ; K 45420. 

Cooke construction co. 3803 

Plan 300. © Apr. 12, 1940 ; I 25832. 
Corbin, Lester J. 3804-3807 

Clayton, N. Y. : 
Finish line, winter races. — Start- 
ing line, winter races. — Track, winter 
races. — Winter horse races. © Mar. 4, 
1940 ; J 30144-30147. 
Craig, Wesley Benner. 3808 

Let's get out of hock. © Apr. 3, 
1940 ; K 45478. 

Creative art printers. 3809 

[Clown's head] © Apr. 18, 1940 ; K 
45449. 

Davis, John W. 3810 

Air eliminator. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; 
I 25924. 

De Amario, David. 3811 

Improved clothespin. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 
1940 ; I 25900. 

DeBaun, John E. 3812 

Convertible chair. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; I 25940. 



DeLisi, Jack M. 3813 

Ripit B. Z. container cover. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25942. 

Detroit community fund. 3814 

I want my mother. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 30056. 

Diceglie, Rocco. 3815 

Anaconda, Mont. City commons. © 
Apr. 7, 1940 ; J 30153. 

Dietz, Frederick H. 3816 

25 poster stamps 25 — commemorating 
the 50th anniversary of the founding of 
the Pan-American union. © Apr. 4, 
1940 ; K 45448. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 3817 

Ev'ry where I roam. © Jan. 15, 
1940 ; K 45374. 

Downs, Leslie A. 3818 

Train order hoop holder. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1940 ; I 25926. 

Dunn, F. A. 3819-3823 

By a waterfall, 70; by Fannie C. 
Young. — Firehole river, 40; by K. 
Yoshinaga. — Mountain drive, 60 ; by 
Fannie C. Young. — Mountain reflection, 
80 ; by K. Yoshinaga. — Yosemite Valley, 
50 ; by K. Yoshinaga. © Apr. 3, 1940 ; 
K 45304-45308. 

Dupont de Nemours (E. I.) & co. 3824 
When you've got to say, no. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 30007. 

Duttweiler, John J. 3825-3832 

Bungalow style dwelling house, 41. 
42. — Dairy goat housing buildings, 10. — 
Dwelling house, 43-45. — Pioneering col- 
ony homestead land plot, 3.— Poultry 
house, 10. © 1 c. each Apr. 18, 1940 ; 
I 25851-25858. 

Edison general electric appliance co., 
inc. 3833-3838 

Cordially yours. — Hotpoint's yard- 
stick of values. — New eye opener. — 
She's the boss. — Turn on the heat. — 
What's the use. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 29994, 29997, 30013, 30052-30054. 

Edwards, H. Griffith. 3839 

Architects' draftangle. © 1 c. Apr. 

10, 1940 ; I 25808. 

Elliott, William R. 3840 

Necktie stop. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940; 

I 25939. 

Ellison, Franklin Hugh. 3841 

Replica of the American flag, made 
by the ingenious formation of a number 
of red, white and blue automobiles. © 
Mar. 6, 1940 ; J 30161. 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 4, 1940 



3957 



Elser, Charles. 3842 

Finger screw holder. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; I 25956. 

Empie, Hal H. 3843-3845 

Greetings from th' wooly West, C 
208.— Way out West, C 761.— Way out 
West — where things happen, C 762. © 
Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45363-45365. 

Esko mfg. Corp. 3846 

Heat breaker standard wind tunnels, 

wall and window fans, pent house for 

flat roof installation. © Mar. 23, 1940 ; 

I 25819. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co. 

3847, 3848 
Choice of mature judgment. © Apr. 

1, 1940 ; K 45404. 

Valued by those whose opinions are 
valued. © Apr. 9, 1940 ; K 45403. 

Ferge, Max. 3849 

Utility element-for-baking pans. © 
1 c. Apr. 9, 1940 ; I 25807. 

First federal savings & loan assn. of 
Washington, D. C. 3850 

First federal savings and loan assn. 
of Washington, D. C. © Apr. 15, 1940 ; 
K 45486. 
Fitz-Gerald, John D. 3851 

First M. E. church, Halsey and Cen- 
tral, Newark, N. J. © Dec. 20, 1939; 
J 30162. 
Flacks, William Louis. 3852 

War game — battlefield. © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1940 ; I 25847. 
Fleming, Eric. 3853 

Joyce Kilmer memorial building, 
shrine and military museum. © 1 c. 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 25782. 

Fox, Fontaine. 3854-3883 

Toonerville folks. © June 25, July 

2, 9, 16, 23, 30, Aug. 6, 13, 20, 27, Sept. 

3, 10, 24, Oct. 8, 15, 22, 29, Nov. 5 12, 
Dec. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1939, Jan. 7, 14, 
21, Feb. 4, 11, 18, 1940 ; K 43074-43103. 

Free, Russell. 3884, 3885 

Metal locating instrument : 
End view. — Side view. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 25, 1940 ; J 30136, 30137. 
Freeman, W. W., jr. 3886 

Airflight boarding. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 
1940 ; J 30152. 
Frick collection. 3887 

Uncle Dominic ; by Cezanne. © Apr. 
20, 1940 ; H 1652. 

Funk, Joseph Townsend. 3888 

Skrip-lets. © 1 c. Dec. 29, 1939; I 
25748. 



General foods corp. 3889-3893 

Favorable shelf location. — Planned 
selling. — Tie-up advertising. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 18, 1940; J 30006, 30012, 
30020. 

Introducing the joys of 1940 with 
America's no. 1 breakfast star — Post 
toasties, A. B. © 1 c. each Apr. 19, 
1940 ; J 30174, 30175. 

General motors sales corp. 3894-3923 

Accessories business, A, B. — Buy 
with confidence. A, B. — Chevrolet Mas- 
ter deluxe and Master 85 for 1940. — 
Customer good will. A, B. — Do's and 
don't's of selling. — Door outer panel re- 
placement. — Easy on the eyes, A, B. — 
Front end alignment. — Gearshift vac- 
uum cylinder overhaul. — 1940 compari- 
son facts, Chevrolet vs Plymouth. — 
Nothing like a good start. — Perfected 
knee action. — Plus service that pays 
plus profits. — Principles of vacuum 
power brakes. — Selling accessories for 
Christmas. — Servicing the 2-speed rear 
axle. — Take a tip from Nantucket. — 
There's no substitute. — Through the 
keyhole. — Times have changed. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 18, 1940; J 29974-29978, 
29983-29985, 30039, 30044, 30074-30077, 
30099-30105, 30119, 30122, 30123. 

Frigidaire cold-wall for 1940. — Head- 
light service. — Light up and sell. — Lilli- 
putians for a night. A, B. — More for 
your money. © 1 c. each Apr. 19, 1940 ; 
J 30168-30173. 

General motors sales corp., Chevrolet 
motor div. 3924-3957 

Aim for sales. — All-star review. — 
Best by test. — Chevrolet trucks for 
1940. — Clean slate. — Considering the 
difference. — Contact. — Creating Christ- 
mas sales. A, B. — First. — Getting the 
brakes. — Key to more sales. — Neigh- 
bors. — 1940 Chevrolet-Ford comparison 
facts. — 1940 comparison facts — 1940 
comparison facts, Chevrolet vs. Dodge, 
A, B, — 1940 comparison facts, Chevro- 
let vs. Plymouth. — Quiet, please, A, B. — 
Road demonstration — Selling conversa- 
tion. — Selling 1940 accessories. A, B. — 
Servicing the heavy duty truck hypoid 
rear axle. — Servicing the 1940 vacuum 
gearshift. — Showroom demonstration, 
A, B. — Spend ten minutes. A, B. — There 
is no substitute. — Three-minute sales 
starter. — What every salesman needs. — 
What's new for "40." © 1 c. each Mar. 
18, 1940; J 29979-29982, 30035-30038, 
30040, 30041, 30043, 30045-30048, 30078- 
30083, 30106-30110, 30112-30118, 30121. 



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General motors sales corp., Frigidaire 
division. 3958-3964 

Designed for perfect cooking. — Don't 
be fooled. — Happy surprise. — Heap o' 
cookin'. — It's good business. — Let's get 
candid. — Supersalesman, Santa, © 1 c. 
each Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 29986-29992. 

General motors sales corp., Pontiac 
motor division. 3965-3984 

America's lowest-priced finest-engi- 
neered straight eight. — Candid truth. — 
Deluxe six and the Deluxe eight for 
1940, A, B. — Due to owners. — I've been 
offered more, A, B. — 1 out of 4. — 
Pontiac's cooling and lubrication sys- 
tems. — Price and value. — Prospects on 
the line. — Quality six for 1939. — Silver 
streak special six for 1940, A, B. — 
Silver streak torpedo eight, A, B. — 
Starting from zero. — Tough customer. — 
You and company, A, B. ©1 c. each 
Mar. 18, 1940; J 30025-30034, 30042, 
30085-30090, 30092-30094. 

Gibbons, Kieran. 3985 

Winking signal auto eyes. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25923. 

Goldstein, Albion. 3986 

Adjustable pipe reamer for smoking 
pipes. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25898. 

Gray, Marion H. 3987 

Soniferous device. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; I 25955. 

Greenwood, Richard Fairchild. 3988 

Vibra-chro-matics. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1940 ; I 25803. 

Griebling, Edward W. 3989 

Saw guard. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; I 
25885. 

Griffin, William T. 3990, 3991 

Proof.— Uncertainty. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; 
K 45453, 45454. 

Gruenberg, Elliot L. 3992 

PF chart. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; I 
25786. 

Guntrip, F. E. 3993 

Recoverable permanent key suitable 
for expressing the contents from col- 
lapsible tubes. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; I 
25907. 

Hackney, Myron. 3994-3996 

Glass and plastic furniture, design 29, 

30. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 1940 ; I 25822, 25823. 
design 31. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1940 ; 

I 25834. 



Hadley, Bert E. 3997, 3998 

Duke of Hollywood. — Lone Kid, he is 
the man that kidded Hollywood. © 
Mar. 18, 1940; K 45479, 45480. 

Hahn-Sodenburg co. 3999 

Office of baby kisser. [Election con- 
test door] © Apr. 5, 1940 ; K 45451. 

Hanley (James) co. 4000-4003 

Here I am in the papers again ! I 
don't think this one does me justice. 
© Apr. 2, 1940 ; K 45302. 

It's the gypsy in me, 12. The pick 
of the pack. © Apr. 9, 1940 ; K 45377. 

There wasn't much fight in it. © 
Apr. 23, 1940 ; K 45476. 

There's that man again ! Hooray ! 
There's going to be a party. © Mar. 
13, 1940 ; K 45024. 

Harris, Noah Ellsworth. 4004 

Easel. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940; I 
25910. 

Harrison, William H. 4005 

Perfect canned milk punch. © 1 c. 
Apr. 10, 1940; I 25925. 

Harvest, William 4006 

New type bench clamp. © 1 c. Apr. 
5, 1940 ; I 25890. 

Hawkins, Earl C. 4007 

Zodiacal group sold as a unit for 

dating photographic prints. © Jan. 
29, 1940 ; J 30132. 

Hays corporation. 4008 

Hays recorder chart, 353. © Mar. 
27, 1940 ; I 25752. 

Herman's restaurant co., inc. 4009 

Good morning to you. Breakfast is 
ready. © Mar. 8, 1940; K 45382. 

Holland, Arthur. 4010, 4011 

Professional politicians. © Feb. 29, 
Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 45386, 45387. 

Holmes co. 4012-4014 

Nuyttens (Pierre) : 

Leisure moments. — Moorish arch 
in Toledo. © Apr. 24, 1940 ; K 45487, 
45488. 

Mary Lou. © Apr. 19, 1940; K 
45450. 

Hopkins, Ray Williams. 4015 

Tennessee madonna. © Mar. 26, 
1940 ; H 1649. 

Hopson, A. S. 4016 

Improved power scooter. © 1 c. Apr. 
5, 1940 ; I 25887. 



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no. 4, 1940 



4070 



Household finance corp. 4017 

Men and monej-. (c) 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 30060. 

Howell, Roy C. 4018 

Howell type 90, tilting, tiering, tele- 
scoping gasoline powered fork truck. © 
1 c. Nov. 20, 1939 ; J 29319. 
Hronek, Rudolph. 4019 

All purpose flare light. © Mar. 3, 
1940 ; J 30163. 

Hunt, Harold. 4020 

Presenting Harold Hunt and his 

orchestra. © Apr. 22, 1940; K 45475. 

Hutchison, J. Howard. 4021 

All weather metal window awning. 
© Apr. 8, 1940 ; I 25849. 

Ilg electric ventilating co. 4022 

Eventemp, SD-6135. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 
1940 ; I 25496. 

Industrial commodity corp. 4023 

Consumers' goods new orders and re- 
tail sales, Jan. 1929-Jan. 1940. © 1 c. 
Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 25530. 

Industrial equities, inc. 4024-4027 

Be bright! try with all your might, 
submit an idea that will bring some- 
thing to light. — Extra cash for prac- 
tical ideas ! Boy, this is swell ! It just 
goes to prove what a little head-work 
can do. — Smashin' thru ! New record 
again. — Thar sure is gold in them hills 
for those who'll try. © Apr. 4, 1940; 
K 45423-45426. 

International art pub. co. 4028 

Setter Gordon et setter Irlandais. © 
Apr. 16, 1940 ; K 45422. 

International picture pub. corp. 

4029-4036 

Blue horizon, 918; by A. Chaba- 
nian. — Spring splendour, 919; by J. 
Van der Leur. © Mar. 1, 1940; K 
45484, 45485. 

Enchanted lake, 920; by Gustave 
Wiegand. — Garden party, 916; by J. 
Tomanek. — Getting acquainted, 913 ; 
by J. Tomanek. — Harp of trees, 917 ; by 
Daniel Sherrin. — Spring idyll, 915; by 
Edith Montlack. — Stillness of eternity, 
914; by Edith Montlack. © Mar. 1, 
1940 ; K 45355-45360. 

Jadin, Ferdinand A. 4037 

Seal Rocks at sunset, San Francisco. 
© Apr. 10, 1940 ; J 30154. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 

4038-4054 



Bearings. — Brake drums and shoes. — 
Carburetor. — Clutch. — Completing the 
transmission of power. — Cooling sys- 
tem. — Engine lubricating systems. — 
Four-stroke cycle internal combustion 
engine, pt. 1, 2. — Fuel feed systems. — 
Ignition s y s t e m. — Mechanical link- 
age. — Multiple cylinder engines. — Rear 
axles. — Transmission. — Turret tops. — 
Wheels, rims and tires. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 18, 1940; J 29964-29973, 30011, 
30018, 30021-30024, 30070. 

Johns-Manville sales corp. 4055-4058 
Give them time. — Selling gets a head 
start. — Time to talk time. — Two and 
two make four. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 29999, 30019, 30063, 30064. 

Johnson, H. Herbert. 4059, 4060 

Chick enbryo, stages in the develop- 
ment of the heart. — Embryonic nephric 
system, avian type, diagramatic. © 
Mar. 6, 1940 ; I 25742, 25743. 

Juell, H. Burleigh. 4061 

Supporter shirt. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 
1940 ; I 25842. 

Juvenile feature syndicate. 4062 

Dot and Dash. © Mar. 1, 1940; K 
45385. 

Katz, Milton Sherman. 4063 

Device for easy extraction of ciga- 
rettes from any package. © 1 c. Apr. 
23, 1940 ; I 25879. 

Kay, Jack W. 4064 

Ro-lo-toy. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; I 
25891. 

Kennedy, Homer R. 4065 

Scientific training analyzer and rac- 
ing machine. © 1 c. Apr. 16, 1940; I 

25845. 

Kimble glass co. 4066-4068 

Kimble glass vials for uniformity 

through automatic machine fabrication. 

© Apr. 1, 1940 ; K 45376. 
Kimble K brand for assurance dairy 

glassware, retested, retempered. © 

Apr. 15, 1940 ; K 45442. 
Thank you for the quick acceptance 

of the new Kimble 58 fast filtering 

funnel. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; K 45354. 

Kobza, Andrew Vladimir. 4069 

End table constructed of wood and 

celluloid. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1940 ; I 25747. 

Koch, Daniel. 4070 

Mammy from Miami. Ah'm sho 

gonna step out. © Mar. 15, 1940; K 
45362. 



4204- 



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4071 



pt. IV, ii. s., V. 35 



Kramer, Saul. 4071 

Carton with self-forming display- 
stand. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1940 ; I 25783. 

Kratochvil, Anton. 4072-4074 

New type basementless circular 

home. — New type two family circular 

home. © Dec. 23, 1939 ; I 25826, 25828. 
New type two family oval residence. 

© Mar. 4, 1940 ; I 25827. 

Kresge (S. S.) co. 4075 

Baby subject. © Apr. 1, 1940; J 
30135. 

Kroger grocery & baking co. 4076, 4077 
Sell feeds and feed your sales. — 
Sweeten your business. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 29998, 30072. 

Kropp (E. C.) CO. 4078-4085 

As you see, we are too busy to write 
much, W308. — Believe it or not, I 
landed a beauty today, W331. — De- 
tained here, accidentally met a friend, 
W329. — Don't know whether we are 
coming or going, W310. — Having a 
doggone good time here, W328. — I can't 
swim but I know all the dives, W334. — 
I landed a big one here, W325. — There 
hasn't been anything happening here 
lately, but this is news, W332. © Feb. 
26, 1940 ; K 45431-45438. 

Krueger (G.) brewing co. 4086 

Rangers vs. Canadians, who'll win? 
© Feb. 23, 1940 ; K 45348. 



La Badie, Gaston. 



4087 



Easy turning screw driver with at- 
tachment. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940; I 
25947. 

Lambert, Ralph E. 4088 

Novelty pen or pencil holder. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25930. 

Lamborn & co., inc. 4089 

Lamborn's record of world sugar 

production, and consumption, 1922-23 

to 1939-40. © Mar. 15, 1940 ; I 25820. 

Lawrence, Walter M. 4090 

Lightning clipper mower. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25888. 

Leach, Ralph H. & Bailey, Romaine E. 

4091 
Berry huller and pick. © 1 c. Apr. 
5, 1940 ; I 25902. 

Lebeis, Edward H.* 4092 

Modern unit structure, divisible-ex- 
tensible. © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1940 ; I 25535. 



Lee tire & rubber co. 4093-4095 

Charlie Weeks backs a winner. — 
Charlie Weeks gets local advertising.— 
Idea comes to Charlie Weeks. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1940; 30003, 30009, 30010. 

Leeds & Northrup co. 4096-4125 

[Leeds & Northrup co. recorder 
paper] 83, 205, 532, 534-536. © Dec. 
27, 1939; I 25773, 25774, 25776, 25779- 
25781. 

214. © Dec. 20, 1939; I 25775. 

533. © Dec. 27, 1939; I 25848. 

^537-539. © Jan. 16, 1940; I 

25772, 25777, 25778. 

540. © Jan. 27, 1940; I 25771. 

541. © Feb. 21, 1940; I 25770. 

542-544. © Mar. 21, 1940; I 

25767-25769. 

Micromax model R chart, 1144, 1148, 
1149. © Dec. 27, 1939 ; I 25753, 25756, 
25757. 

1146. © Feb. 22, 1940 ; I 25754. 

1147. © Dec. 22, 1939 ; I 25755. 

1150-1152. © Feb. 21, 1940; I 

25758-25760. 

1153-1157. © Mar. 21, 1940; I 

25761-25765. 

1158. © Feb. 21, 1940 ; I 25766. 

Levey, Mrs. W. C. 4126 

Americanism — our only ism. © Feb. 
13, 1940 ; K 45445. 

Levine, Lillian. 4127 

Little wonder rack. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1940 ; I 25870. 

Libbey glass co. 4128 

Balanced glassware. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 30065. 

Limprecht, Calvin R. 4129 

Ash tray with match holder. © 1 
c. Apr. 15, 1940 ; I 25835. 

Lion, Hortense. 4130 

Basket of flowers. © Mar. 21, 1940 ; 
J 30134. 

Lippe studio. 4131 

Old headquarters of Judge Roy Bean, 
law west of the Pecos. © Apr. 13, 
1940; J 30164. 

Little, Alton & Little, Ivan. 4132 

Condiment holder. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1940 ; I 25915. 

Living American art, inc. 4133, 4134 
Passing shower, 78; by George In- 
ness. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; H 1651. 



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no. 4, 1940 



4186 



Sailing, 77; by Thomas Eakins. © 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; H 1650. 

Locke, George Henry. 4135 

A. Nutgall. © Mar. 16, 1940; J 
30149. 

Loisch, Albert Robert. 4136 

Cigarette holder. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; I 25936. 

Long (W. E.) CO. 4137 

Marching with the times. © 1 c. 
Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 30061. 

Lopez, Serafin G. 4138 

Removable safety milk bottle wire. 
© 1 c. Apr. 9, 1940 ; I 25806. 

McNeel marble co. 4139-4144 

Memorial : 
Flynn. — Harm. — Seller. — Smith. — 
Stanfield. — World war, Richmond 
County, Ga. © 1 c. each Apr. 10, 1940 ; 
I 25813-25818. 

Madden, Frank. 4145 

Steering gear for tractors. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25892. 

Madsen, Miller. 4146 

Tomato slicer. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; 
I 25916. 

Maier, Edward J. 4147 

Graph showing relation between 
depth and percentage of front foot 
ground floor value for store property. 
© 1 c. Apr. 20, 1940 ; I 25867. 

Mammana (Frank) Estate. 4148 

Simplex master tailor draft. © 1 
c. Jan. 10, 1940 ; I 25802. 

Mason, Earl E. 4149 

Relax cover. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 
25953. 

Maurer, Ross. 4150 

Wedge bolt. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 
25914. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 4151 

Sad moment; by Bernhard Pothast. 
© Mar. 20, 1940 ; K 45313. 

Merrill, Elsa M. 4152 

Curtain rod for closet curtains. © 
1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25899. 

Miltz, Murray. 4153 

Dental diagnostic chart for record 
keeping purposes. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1940 ; 
I 25821. 

Milwaukee die casting co. 4154 

Metal insert for rubber bung. © 1 
c. Apr. 22, 1940 ; I 25868. 



Moeller, Henry H. 4155 

Air condition pipe cleaner. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25946. 

Moore, James. 4156 

Moore's improved faucet. © 1 c. 
Mar. 20, 1940 ; I 25881. 

Moore dry kiln co. 4157-4160 

Moore-kiln pressure recorder chart, 
P-110201, P-110301.— Moore-kiln re- 
corder chart, 20401. © Mar. 27, 1940 ; 
I 25875-25877. 

Moore-kiln recorder chart, D-616237. 
© Feb. 9, 1940 ; I 25874. 

Morris, John Russel. 4161 

Pardon me God. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; J 30166. 



Moss, C. 



4162-4175 



Asleep, 2827 ; by Charlotte Becker.— 
Birches, 2817.— George inn, 2812; by 
Sherrin. — In mid-winter, 2805. — In the 
downs, 2810 ; by Edith Jezzard. — In the 
Far East, 2822 ; by G. Goodall.— Peace- 
ful retreat, 2824; by Marius Hubert 
Robert. — Quiet countryside, 2813; by 
Don Albi. — Returning from Calvary, 
680 ; by Thomas J. Slaughter.— St. Ber- 
nard, 761; by Alpnarly Lyster. — 
Schnauzer, 762; by Alpnarly Lyster. — 
Snowclad, 2808 ; by W. M. Thompson.— 
Summer market, 2823. — Wide awake, 
2828 ; by Charlotte Becker. © Mar. 1, 
1940 ; K 45389-45402. 

Nash, Lawrence Monroe. 4176 

Box for holding phonograph records 
and similar disks. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1940 ; I 25917. 

Nash-Kelvinator corp. 4177 

Kelvinator did it! © Apr. 3, 1940; 
K 45372. 

National cash register co. 4178-4180 
Can you fill this prescription? v. 2, 
no. 3. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1940 ; J 30150. 

Plan for obtaining additional assist- 
ance on check-out operation. — Team- 
work. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1940; J 
30016, 30057. 

National dairy products corp. 

4181, 4182 
Milk goes to town. — Sealtest presen- 
tation. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1940; J 
29993, 30004. 

National industrial conference board, 

inc. 4183-4186 

Average hourly and weekly earnings, 

27 manufacturing industries, Jan., 

1940. © Mar. 29, 1940 ; I 25800. 



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4181 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



National industrial conference board, 

inc. — Continued. 

Business savings, United States, 
1919-1938. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25799. 

Savings of individuals, United States, 
1900-1938. © Apr. 19, 1940; I 25861. 

Wages and salaries compared with 
net worth in manufacturing industry, 
U. S. 1929, 1933, 1937. © Apr. 12, 
1940 ; I 25825. 

National institute of music & arts, inc. 

4187, 4188 

Pupils of the National institute of 

music & arts, guitar orchestra, 

main school, Los Angeles, Mar. 23, 

1940 : 

Front view. — Side view. © Mar. 
28, 1940 ; J 30158, 30159. 

National safety council. 4189 

Making your city safe. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1940 ; J 30058. 

National woman's Christian temper- 
ance union. 4190, 4191 
Chance of a lifetime. — Dollars and 
sense. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1940; J 
30066, 30067. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 4192 

First step, 542 ; by Richard Caton 
Woodville. © Apr. 10, 1940 ; H 1642. 

New York world's fair 1940, inc. 

4193-4196 

For peace and freedom — World's fair 
of 1940. — Makes you proud of your 
country — World's fair, 1940. © Apr. 3, 
1940 ; K 45482, 45483. 

World's fair parking banner.- — 
World's fair parking pennant. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 23, 1940; J 30130, 30131. 

Nichols, James A. 4197 

Combination calendar and clock. © 
1 c. Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 25919. 



Norcross. 



4198-4207 



Christmas brim-full of happiness. © 
Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 45461. 

Christmas song, 10N173.— Hold 
everything brother while I say, Happy 
birthday, 15B817.— Hope you're off to 
a Merry Christmas, 15N261. © Mar. 5, 
1940 ; K 45456, 45457, 45463. 

Could I forget a friend like you? 
Neigh ! neigh ! 15R742. — Wrong birth- 
day date? Excuse it please! 15B537. 
© Apr. 12, 1940 ; K 45455, 45459. 

Getting away from it all? 15R631.— 
Let yourself go — and have a fine trip, 
15R601. — Thank you for your hospital- 



ity, 10R1423. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; K 45458. 
45460, 45464. 

Hope your birthday will be a thriller ! 
15B1029. © Apr. 4, 1940 ; K 45462. 

Normandie press. 4208 

[Model of young man in slacks and 

shirt] style 102. © Mar. 18, 1940; K 

45452. 

Oakland chemical co. 4209 

For fast steady turnover, dioxygen 
cream. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; K 45419. 

Oxford varnish corp. 4210, 4211 

Sapele mahogany, 902. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 

1940 ; J 30148. 

Walnut, 688-III. © Jan. 29, 1940; 

K 45378. 

Paper stationery & tablet manufac- 
turers assn., inc. 4212 
Make folks happy write today — na- 
tional letter writing week October 6 to 
12. © Apr. 3, 1940 ; K 45347. 

Paramus roller skating rink. 4213 

Paramus skating rink. Route no. 2, 
Paramus, N. J. © Mar. 1, 1940; K 
45481. 

Parkinson, Roscoe L. 4214-4244 

Lincoln (A.) from the Meserve col- 
lection, 2, 3, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 20, 22, 25, 
26, 29, 30, 35, 39, 56, 59, 60, 68, 74, 76- 
78, 82, 85, 87, 97, 100, 109, 110.— Lincoln 
(Abraham), immortal American, 2. © 
Apr. 2, 1940 ; K 45316-45346. 

Pavelko, John A. 4245 

Sanitary toilet seat and cover lift. 
© 1 c. Apr, 5, 1940 ; I 25905. 

Pearl, James W. 4246 

Suggested to produce slow-spiral-fl.ow 
in a center feed basin. © Apr. 15, 
1940 ; I 25860. 

Pemberton, H. R. 4247 

Sanitary tooth paste and brush 

holder. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940; I 25927. 

Peterson, George Edwin. 4248 

Smooth sailing, Packard. © Mar. 10, 
1940 ; J 30155. 

Peterson, Paul E. 4249 

Combination storm and screen win- 
dow. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1938 ; I 25938. 

Pickrell, David Doom. 4250 

Well pumping unit liquid column 

control using gas or air for oil, water 

or other liquids. © 1 c. Apr. 9, 1940 ; 

I 25805. 



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no. 4, 1940 



4290 



Pihlaja, Neilo. 4251 

Automatic kitchen stove lighter. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25954. 

Powell, Angle W. 4252 

Improved building units [and method 
of construction] © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1940 ; 
I 25534. 

Powell, Frank Everett. 4253 

Jack Dempsey's restaurant. © Apr. 
3, 1940 ; K 45349. 

Poynter, E. C. 4254, 4255 

Vacuum cleaner bag. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 
1940 ; I 25928, 25929. 

Protectu bank-note corp. 4256-4258 

Bank money order, BMO. © Apr. 4, 

1938 ; K 45470. 

Money order. © Oct. 19, 1938; K 

45472. 

F-4. © Apr. 27, 1938 ; K 45471. 

Providence lithograph co. 4259-4265 
Happy day. — Happy times together. — 
Helpers when we are sick. — Jesus helps 
a blind girl. — Job talks to God. — Job's 
friends visit him. — Message for Luke's 
friend.—© Apr. 10, 1940; K 45406- 
45412. 

Puckett, Ancil L. 4266 

Static electricity conductor for liquid 
fuel carriers. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940; I 
25932. 

Purex Corp., ltd. 4267-4269 

Gentle bleach for linens. © Apr. 1, 

1940 ; K 45405. 
(Purex) LA-248. © Mar. 18, 

1940 ; K 45444. 

I save money with this gentle bleach 

(Purex) LA-249. © Apr. 15, 1940; K 

45443. 

Radbill oil co., inc. 4270 

Lubricating the cash register. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; J 30176. 

Railway express agency, inc. 4271 

It's a pleasure. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940 ; 
J 30000. 

Ramsey, Carl T. 4272 

Evolution of orchids, chart. © 1 c. 
Apr. 8, 1940 ; I 25801. 

Raper, Howard R. 4273 

Set of diagnostic dental X-ray nega- 
tives. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1940 ; J 30138. 

Richfield oil corp. of N. Y. 4274 

Ride with a champion. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1940 ; J 30177. 



Riddick, David R. 4275 

Spider web weaving frame. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25957. 

Rixson (Oscar C.) co. 4276 

Special no. 30 arm & shoe. © 1 c. 
Apr. 15, 1940 ; I 25831. 

Rosensteel, Joseph Louis. 4277 

Electrified Gettysburg battlefield re- 
lief map. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1940 ; I 25882. 

Rowland, Roy R. 4278 

Improved trouser stretcher. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25897. 

Rubenstein, Harry. 4279 

Sorrowful, Our Father— the helpless 
and innocent. © 1 c. Mar. 22, 1940 ; J 
30128. 

Rudloff, Everett. 4280 

Merry Christmas from Santa and the 
Rudloffs. Santa in the sky. © Dec. 
15, 1938 ; J 30126. 

Rudolph, Edward Robert Max. 4281 
Magnetized steel screen attachment. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25893. 

Rugg, Francis A. 4282 

Plymouth, Vt., looking west. © Feb. 
26, 1940 ; J 30125. 

Safety w^et wash laundry. 4283 

Why let that ironing get you down, 
© Jan. 15, 1940 ; K 45446. 

St. Joseph's union of Staten Island, inc. 

4284, 4285 

Mission of the Immaculate Virgin cer- 
tificate of perpetual membership in St. 
Joseph's union ... © Mar. 1, 1940; K 
45375. 

St. Joseph's union prayer. © Mar. 1, 
1940 ; K 45303. 

St. Louis spring co. 4286 

Moog spring suspension service. © 
Mar. 26, 1940 ; K 45366. 

Sandy, Eugene V. 4287 

Infant's sleeve catch. © 1 c. Apr. 
19, 1940 ; I 25959. 

Save-a-smoke cigarette extinguisher, 

inc. 4288 

Where there is smoke there is fire. 
© Mar. 1, 1939 • K 45361. 

Schultze, Floyd A. 4289 

Headlight rims. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; I 25934. 

Scientific model airplane co. 4290 

Starling. © Apr. 1, 1940; I 25810. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Seid, Frederick. 4291 

Johnny Wieland bottle-statuette. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; J 30167. 

Sharp, Eli. 4292 

Improved mobile horse. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1940 ; I 25922. 

Shilzony, Niklas. 4293 

Handfins. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940; I 
25952. 

Skelley, William C. 4294 

Improved emasculator. © 1 c. Apr. 

19, 1940 ; I 25958. 

Sloan, Clifton B. 4295 

Lincoln (Abraham) © Feb. 13, 1940 ; 

J 30127. 

Smirnoff, Alexander G. 4296 

Boy's buckle. © 1 c. Apr. 16. 1940: 
I 25833- 

Southard, Paul Vincent. 4297 

Soldier in a cemetery. © Feb. 6, 
1940 ; K 45447. 

Spalding (A. G.) & bros., inc. 4298 

Golf ball impact sequence. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; J 30165. 

Standard brands, inc. 4299-4301 

And I spent so much to make a good 
cake. © Mar. 24, 1940 ; K 45473. 

I was mortified when I cut that 
crumbly cake. © Apr. 15, 1940; K 
45489. 

My cake was so crumbly it just fell 
apart when I cut it. © Apr. 7, 1940; 
K 45474. 
Standard printing co., inc. 4302 

Occupants of this car are Kentucky's 
guests — please extend hospitality — Keen 
Johnson, governor, Commonwealth of 
Kentucky. © Feb. 24, 1940; K 45350. 

Steagall, Oscar Charles. 4303 

Hold-tite garment hanger. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25886. 

Stewart, Ted. 4304 

Kwik on auto license plate frame. 
© 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25906. 

Stowe, Edmund Bruce. 4305 

Group of Dr. Theodore L. Mead's 
famous orchids. © Mar. 22, 1940; J 
30133. 

Strang, Harry B. 4306 

Improved hack saw blade. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25901. 

Strange, Eli W. 4307 

Field coil assembly puller. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25945. 



Superior coach corp. 4308 

Simplicity in service. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1940 ; J 30051. 

Swift & CO. 4309,4310 

Science comes to selling. — Science 
comes to selling, 11. © 1 c. each Mar. 
18, 1940 ; J 30001, 30059. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 4311-4314 
Tag chart, 4R-076-CD, R-60-220-12C, 

X-127. © Feb. 21, 1940; I 25871- 

25873. 

140° C-O-20-PT. © Mar. 11, 

1940 ; I 25580. 

Taylor instrument cos. 4315-4318 

Taylor chart, OP 126K, OP529K, 
1028.— Taylor |/chart, OP2790. © 
Mar. 22, 1940 ; I 25836-25839. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 4319-4324 

Alabama, 9A-H897. © July 17, 1939 ; 
K 45300. 

Desk where Stephen Collins Foster 
penned his immortal song. My old Ken- 
tucky home, 9A-H1401.— Federal Hill, 
where Stephen Collins Foster wrote his 
immortal song. My old Kentucky home, 
9A-H1400. © Sept. 13, 1939 ; K 45429, 
45430. 

Florida, the sunshine state, D-6053. — 
[Pictorial envelope] D-6054. — Texas, 
D-6060. © Sept. 29, 1939; K 45439- 
45441. 

Teller, Ralph H. & Teller, Hazel Court- 
ney. 4325 
Tube closure. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; 
I 25903. 

Texas quarries, inc. 4326 

[Monument to be erected at Wichita 

Falls, Tex.] © 1 c. Mar. 7, 1940; I 

25859. 

Thatcher, Willis Lincoln. 4327 
Dust bag for vacuum. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 

1940 ; I 25883. 

Thoreson, Albert W. 4328 

Blizzard shields. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 ; I 25951. 

Timken-Detroit axle co. 4329, 4330 

GMC 2-speed double-reduction axle. — 
One gets you three. © 1 c. each Mar. 
18, 1940 ; J 29996, 30014. 

Troutman, B. I. 4331 

Hard rubber top for washboards. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25944. 

Union central life insurance co. 

4332, 4333 
Family-needs forecast. © 1 c. Mar. 
18, 1940 ; J 30015. 



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no. 4, 1940 



4364 



Good approach to the family-needs 
forecast. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 30062. 

United drug co. 4334 

What's behind you. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1940 ; J 3005.5. 

United States pipe & foundry co. 4335 
U. S. cast iron pipe. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; 
K 45477. 

Universal pictures co., inc. 4336 

Gloria Jean scrap book, 168. © Mar. 
12. 1940 : K 45054. 

Upham, Veredon William. 4337 

No-sharp pencil. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 
1940 : I 25941. 
Victor brewing co. 4338-4340 

So all beer tastes alike, does it? © 
Apr. 4, 1940 : K 45381. 

So the catcher said to the pitcher. 
© Apr. 16, 1940 : K 45428. 

What : Beef stew again. © Apr. 
10. 1940 ; K 45380. 

Vooafilm corp. 4341-4345 

Balance wheel of your business. — 
Every housewife's problem. — Point-of- 
sale display. © Feb. 26, 1940 ; J 30139. 
30140, 30142. 

Call to action. © Mar. 11, 1940; J 

30143. 
On guard. © Mar. 4. 1940 ; J 30141. 

Wagner, George. 4346 

Illuminates-fish-hooks. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1940 ; I 25812. 

Waller, Bryan M. & Rice, Paul S. 4347 
Improved quick wire attaching and 
detaching steel fence post. © 1 c. Apr. 
10, 1940 ; I 25913. 

Walter, Harry Crosby. 4348 

Forlorn Filbert. © Mar. 28. 1940 ; K 
45301. 



Walter, Laurence. 4349 

Improved Christmas tree lighting sys- 
tem. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 25889. 

Walz, John F., Walz, George M. & Waiz, 
Lincoln A. 4350 

Sanitary sewer clean-out. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5. 1940 ; I 25904. 

Ward (Montgomery) & CO. 4351-4355 

Big game. — Blanketing a nation. — 
Serving your unseen customer. — Time 
for everything. — Your catalog. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 18, 1940: J 30002, 30008, 
30017, 30049. 30050. 

Waterloo register co. 4356 

Outlet selection data for horizontal 
discharge of cooled air. © Mar, 15, 
1940 : I 25784. 

Watson, Peter J. 4357 

Anti-skid device for motor vehicles. 
© 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25943. 

Welka, Henry G. 4358 

Skateland, Buggies St., Dunkirk, 

X. Y. © Dec. 24, 1939 

Wells. John A. 



I Ideal wood splitter. 
' 1940 ; I 25921. 



; K 45417. 

4359 
© 1 c. Apr. 10, 



White & Wyckoff mfg. co. 4360-4362 
At Easter — this little chick has come 
to say Happy Easter, 9052. — Message to 
my valentine, 9051. — To my valentine! 
Two words, just for you to hear, 9050. 
© Jan. 8, 1940 ; K 4.5351-45353. 

Winkler, Richard. 4363 

Collapsible anchor for boats and 
ships. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25949. 

Wornson, Harry R. 4364 

For our protection would you [finger- 
print] the check vou are now present- 
ing? © Mar. 13, 1940; K 45299. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in rhe catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 31 one-copy entries)— 133 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 563 one-copy entries) - - - — . 934 

Photographs (including 288 one-copy entries).. 494 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 498 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries — . 1, 705 

Total -- .-. - - 3.266 



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PHOTOGRAPHS AND PRINTS, OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [4364 



Kihn brothers. 1, 2 

Border for bonds, stock and other 
certificates, diplomas and other pur- 
poses, D. D., E. E., F. F. R 85417, 
85418, 85420, Mar. 22, 1940. 

Vignette for bonds, stock certificates, 
diplomas and other purposes. R 85419, 
Mar. 22, 1940. 

© Kihn bros., New York. 



Kimball, Willis G. C. 3 

Eddy {Rev. Mary Baker G.) address- 
ing guests at Pleasant View. © Willis 
G. C. Kimball, Woburn, Mass. & Edith 
Kimball Baker, Boston. R 84472, Jan. 
10, 1940. 
Niebergall, Ernst. 4 

Seagull in flight, 
gall, Sandusky, O. 
1940. 



© Ernst Nieber- 
R 86427. Mar. 22, 



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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF :MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4. 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 

DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC V/ORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC 

OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICT0RL4L ILLUSTRATIONS 



IXCLUDIXG 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 
No. 5 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Eeproductions of a work of art; Class I, 
Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; 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. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
plete calendar year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are now as follows : 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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

Part 2, Periodicals... 2. 00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations—. 2. 00 

Single numbers 50 

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

All parts for complete calendar year 10. 00 



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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, 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 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copy- 
right if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1940. 

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 Eegister of Copyeights, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Ablitzer, Alfred George.* 4365-4367 

Elongated head woman, 3. — Giraffe 

neck woman, 2. — Ubangi woman, 1. © 

1 c. each Mar. 28, 1940 ; G 35837-35839. 

Arndt, Paul Wesley. 4368 

Oriental jungle. © 1 c. May 4, 1940 ; 
G 35651. 

Beck & Beck. 4369, 4370 

Kenerson (Harley C.) : 

Butler memorial, 422B. (c) 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1940 ; G 35762. 

Ennis memorial, 431 & 422A. © 
1 c. Apr. 25, 1940 ; G 35772. 
Bishop, Richard E.* 4371 

Thru the willows. © Jan. 1, 1940; 
G 35801. 

Blount, Barbara Boyd.* 4372 

Scotty dog. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1940 ; G 
45686. 

Blundell, Phyllis.* 4373 

Lucky wick chick. © 1 c. May 20, 
1940 ; G 35770. 

Bottenhorn, Marylee & Miller, Marcel- 
line.* 4374 
Old Mother Hubbard went to the cup- 
board . . . you know the rest . . . emer- 
gency-shelf shower. © 1 c. Api:. 27, 
1940 ; G 35758. 

Boynton & co. 4375^377 

Smith (Alden) : 

Crucifix with ornamented rounded 
finials, 636. © Apr. 13, 1940 ; G 35766. 

Crucifix with plain rounded finials, 
635. © Apr. 22, 1940 ; G 35765. 

Jesus, Mary, Joseph, be with us on 
our way, shrine. © May 13, 1940; G 
35767. 

Braasch, Minna-Mineta.* 4378 

Sea frolic. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940; G 
35652. 

Brus, Jules Louis.* 4379 

Dutchy. © 1 c. May 25, 1940; G 
35802. 



Buffalo pottery. 4380 

Stuart (Ralph) : 
Alden decoration. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 
1940 ; G 35676. 

Burlingame, J. Courtney.* 4381 

Squiff. © 1 c. May 6, 1940 ; G 35665. 

Cold Spring granite co. 4382-4412 

Peterson ( Edward R. ) Memorial : 
Adler, 3027.— Ague w, 2304.— At- 
water, 3030.— Bates, 3028.— Berg, 
3033.— Brimer, 5069.— Burns, 8027.— 
Drake, 2302.— Hamilton, 2305.— Holton, 
3031.— Mertz, 3026.— N a gel, 3034.— 
Nelson, 3032.— Rogers, 9030.— Sands, 
2303.— Smith, 5070.— Stausen, 9031 A 
& Anderson 9031 B.— Van Horn, 5071.— 
Wadsworth, 3029.— Walton, 8028. Jan. 
2, 1940 ; G 35737-35756. 

Smith (Glanville W.) Mausoleum 
door : 

Antique, 7492.— Cross design, 7632, 
7633.— Flamboyant, 7489.— Florentine, 
7496. — Gothic, 7487. — Guardant, 
7495.— Lozenge, 7491.— Moderne, 7490.— 
Revere, 7493.— Tapestry, 7494. © Jan. 
15, 1940 ; G 35723-35733. 

Columbian bank note co. 4413 

Fors (Lawrence) jr.: 
Allegorical figure, male, seated, one 
arm raised pointing, other arm holding 
caduceus, etc. © 1 c. May 25, 1940; G 
35803. 

Cook, Watkins & Patch, inc. 4414-4416 
Bliss (Homer) : 

Barton memorial, 2186. © Mar. 
19, 1940 ; G 35768. 

Cassani (John) Memorial: 

Tillet, 2208. © May 9, 1940; G 
35813. 

Small (Janet) : 
Gallardi memorial, 2185. © Mar. 
19, 1940 ; G 35769. 

De Filippi, Armando Paolo.* 4417 

Telefiric [world war] in the Italian 

Alp [ ?] © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1940 ; G 35675. 



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4418 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Desmond, Daniel. 4418, 4419 

Fales (John M.) : 
If you were leaving today for an 
extended trip — how much money would 
you leave the family to carry on?^ — 
Mounting expenses. © 1 c. each May 
7, 1940 ; G 35780, 35781. 

DiDio, Louis.* 4420-4422 

Gabrini (Mother) — Mussolini (Be- 
nito) — Pius XII (Pope) (c) 1 c. each 
Mar. 4, 1940; G 35773-35775. 

Dix, Eulabee.* 4423 

Plenty. © 1 c. May 17, 1940; G 
35763. 

Forest Hill memorial co. 4424 

Griscom (E. H.) : 

Picture to be finished in heaven. 
© 1 c. May 8, 1940 ; G 35687. 

Fuger, Albert S. 4425 

Northgraves (William G.) : 

Third division, medal. © 1 c. May 
25, 1940 ; G 35804. 

Gemloid corp. 4426 

Horney (William) : 

Dodge, 1105. (g) 1 c. May 23, 1940 ; 
G 35784. 



Granite mfrs'. assn. 
MacLeod ( George C. ) : 
Bennett memorial. 
1940 ; G 35836. 



4427 



© May 3, 



Greacen, Edmund, jr.* 4428-4433 

Elm foliage. — Pine needle foliage.^ 
Sprays of birch leaves. — Sprays of lo- 
cust leaves. — Sprays of maple leaves. — 
Sprays of oak leaves. © 1 c. each May 
10, 1940 ; G 35717-35722. 

Hague, Morton.* 4434 

Perpetual shrine. © 1 c. June 4, 
1940 ; G 35855. 

Hahn, Lotta Beate.* 4435 

Botanical drawing showing an ar- 
rangement of fruits and vegetables and 
weather elements used in the education 
of children. © 1 c. May 13, 1940; G 
35800. 

Harm, Roland H.* 4436 

Ronnie Rooster. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; G 35841. 

Haynes, Fitz Herbert.* 4437 

Protectonap. © 1 c. May 6, 1940 ; G 
35834. 

Held, John jr.* 4438 

Broun (Hey wood) © 1 c. May 21, 
1940; G 35779. 



Hinckley, Laurence B.* 4439 

Gossip. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1940; G 
35674. 

Icart, Louis.* 4440, 4441 
Falbalas (Southern charm) — Reson- 

nance (Waltz echoes) © May 18, 
1940 ; G 35776, 35777. 



Izorenko, John I. 



4442 



Cortezano (Benjamin) : 

Philly volcano. © 1 c. May 6, 
1940 ; G 35805. 

Jones bros. co. 4443-4445 

Braun (Carl Conrad) Memorial: 
Manf re, D-648.— Masterson, 1386.— 
Nome, D-647. © Apr. 29, 1940; G 
35734-35736. 

Kildew, inc. 4446 

Holcomb (Maurice S.) : 

Mousie house. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 
1940 ; G 35677. 

Klakulak, Stanley J.* 4447 

Flash! U. S. A. mobilizing. © 1 c. 
Apr. 23, 1940 ; G 35761. 

Ladewich (E. G.) & co.* 4448 

Harriman memorial, 3831. © Apr. 
10, 1940 ; G 35704. 

Ladewich (E. G.) & co. 4449-4453 
Ladewich (E. G.) Memorial: 

Jones, 3818.— Whitehill, 3817. © 
Apr. 1, 1940; G 35705, 35707. 

Moran, 3842. © Apr. 10, 1940; G 
35708. 

Westinghouse, 3801, 3802. © Mar. 
1, 1940 ; G 35706, 35709. 

Lantz (Walter) productions. 4454 

Lantz (Walter) : 
Miranda Panda. © 1 c. May 21, 
1940 ; G 35833. 

Leondar, Arthur, 4455, 4456 

Capon (Alfred) : 

Sure cure for that low down feel- 
ing. © 1 c. May 4, 1940 ; G 35650. 
Craveth (Glen) : 

It's new, 54 Drek 5^, tasty and so 
good. © 1 c. May 4, 1940 ; G 35649. 

Lucas, Camilla. 4457 

Lecomte (Paul Emile) : 
Entree du village. © 1 c. May 7, 
1940 ; G 35688. 

Lupo, Vincenzo G.* 4458, 4459 

Chiclid. — Scalere. © 1 c. each June 
5, 1940 ; G 35867, 35868. 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 5, 1940 



4515 



MacNeil, Stanley.* 4460 

Zodiac cocktail. © 1 c. May 25, 

1940 ; G 35806. 

Madge, Edwin Arthur.* 4461 

Field (John A. ) © 1 c. May 8, 1940 ; 

G 35835. 

Miller, Walter Peter.* 4462 

Play safe. Accident prevention week, 
July 1-8. ^© Mar. 4, 1940 ; G 35759. 

Muench-Kreuzer candle co., inc. 

4463-4473 
Hart (Ernest) : 

Little brown jug, 97. © May 20, 
1940 ; G 35852. 

Saymon (Clarice) : 
Black Kat, 269.— Choir boy, 273.— 
Christmas girl, 272. — Daisy on leaf 
base, 284.— Holly, 293.— Round Robin, 
286.— St. Nick, 271.— Silhouette pine 
tree, 290. — Vase in the shape of a horn 
of plenty with base. © May 20, 1940 ; 
G 35844-35848, 35850, 35851, 35853, 
35854. 

Witch-o-lantern, 268. © May 22, 
1940 ; G 35849. 

Pennsylvania statuary co., inc. 

4474, 4475 
Allegrini (Pietro) : 

Altar with figure of Sacred Heart. 
© May 27, 1940 ; G 35843. 

I will bless every place where an 
image of My heart shall be exposed and 
venerated. © May 29, 1940 ; G 35832. 

Pepper, Eleanor.* 4476-4483 

Radio & phonograph cabinet, lA, IB, 
2A, 2B, 3, 4, 5, 6A & 6B. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 14, 1940; G 35814-35821. 

Perry, Caroline M. 4484 

Kara (-) : 

Temple edition. © 1 c. May 6, 
1940 ; G 35685. 

Randolph (William W.) monument co., 
inc. 4485 

Randolph (William W.) : 

Stanford monument. © 1 c. May 

10, 1940 ; G 35757. 

Riverside monument works. 4486 

Trowbridge (Charles A.) : 
Winer presentation, memorial, 
1-660. © 1 c. June 4, 1940 ; G 35842. 

Rosenberg (Arthur) co., inc. 4487 

Wilkens ( J. B.) : 

Hosiery headaches, and how to re- 
lieve them. © 1 c. May 10, 1940; G 
35716. 



Rosenthal, Samuel H., jr. 4488 

Russell ( Charles M. ) : 
War scars of Medicine Whip. © 
1 c. May 21, 1940 ; G 35778. 

Sayford (Frank M.) co., inc. 

4489-4495 
Auer (Dorothy) : 

Atlantic City, N. J., Convention 
Hall. — Mount Vernon, Va., Home of 
Washington. — New York, N. Y., Rocke- 
feller Center. — New York world's 
fair. — Niagara Falls, N. Y. — Washing- 
ton, D. C, Lincoln Memorial. — Wash- 
ington, D. C, White House. © Mar. 8, 
1940 ; G 35667-35673. 

Schlesinger, Leon* 4496-4503 

Bookworm. — Bugs Bunny. — Elmer. — 
Joe Glow. — Lennie. — Little Blabber- 
mouse. — Little Hoot. — Sniffles. © 1 c. 
each May 23, 1940; G 35785-35792. 

Schoop, Hedi.* 4504 

Poodle. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940; G 
35840. 

Schreiber, Mary Frances.* 4505 

Vanity, vanity, all is vanity. © 1 c. 
May 6, 1940 ; G 35682. 

Shelton, W. P. 4506 

Woodward (Cleveland L.) : 

Jesus telling about God's care. © 
1 c. May 16, 1940 ; G 35764. 

Simmons, Floyd Okney.* 4507 

Lincoln (Abraham) 1809-1865. © 
1 C.Apr. 22, 1940; G 35501. 

Sisters of charity of Saint Vincent de 
Paul. 4508 

Dorda (Enrique) : 

Seton (Elizabeth) © 1 c. Mar. 21, 

1940 ; G 35771. 

Staber, Eugenia.* 4509 

California dahlia. © 1 c. May 22, 
1940 ; G 35782. 

Stehli bros. 4510-4515 

Berg (H. S.) : 

Zinnias. © 1 c. May 24, 1940; G 
35794. 

Bille (Jacques) : 

Bouquet de fleurs des Alpes. 
Fleurs de pommier. © 1 c. each May 
24, 1940; G 35793, 35796. 
Morchain (Paul) : 

Riviere de Chateaulin. — Thoniers 
a Concarneau. © 1 c. each May 24, 
1940 ; G 35795, 35798. 
Reol (Marie) : 

Fleurs de mon jardin. © 1 c. May 
24, 1940 ; G 35797. 



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4516 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Stewart, Ian.* 4516 

Lord & Stewart— ltd. © 1 c. May 4, 
1940 ; G 35648. 

Vazah, inc. 4517-4529 

Scovil (Cora) : 

Child, 6c2.— Sitting lady, 99.— Sit- 
ting man, M-66. — Standing boy, 16cl2. — 
Standing girl, 98. — Standing man, M- 
65. © 1 c. each May 27, 1940 ; G 35807- 
35812. 

Standing boy, 6c2, 14cl0.— Stand- 
ing girl, 9c6, 15cl2. — Standing lady, 724, 
732.— Standing toddler, 5cl. © 1 c. 
each May 8, 1940 ; G 35689-35695. 

Veidt (George H.) & Anoka granite & 
marble works. 4530 

Veidt ( George H.) : 

Cemetery memorial, V4. © 1 c. 
May 6, 1940; G 35666. 

Waller, Casper D.* 4531-4543 

C'mon out to Colorado, fishin' is 
swell. — C'mon out to Washington, fishin' 
is swell. — Gee, fellers c'mon up to Ver- 
mont, fishin' is swell. — Gee, folks come 
on out to Oregon, fishin' is swell. — 
Here's where ya get whoppers, Minne- 
sota, c'mon up. — W. P. A. 2 handled 
shovel. © 1 c. each Apr. 17, 1940; G 
35710-35715. 

C'mon up to Wisconsin, fishin' is 
swell. — Fishing at Massachusetts is 
swell. — Fishing at Pennsylvania sure is 
swell. — Gee, they're bitin' swell at New 
York, c'mon up. © 1 c, each Apr. 17, 
1940 ; G 35678-35681. 



Dizzy drivers daily dozen. — Our new 
two passenger triple concrete comfort 
cabinols. © 1 c. each May 6, 1940; G 
35683, 35684. 

My heart goes bang-bang for you, 
baby. © 1 c. May 15, 1940; G 35760. 



Welch, Ethel Allen.* 



4544-4555 



Aries, happy birthday. — Birthday 
greetings, child of Capricorn. — Birth- 
day greetings, Scorpio. — B i r t h d a y 
greetings to (Gemini. — Birthday greet- 
ings, Virgo. — Happy birthday, Pisces. — 
Happy birthday, Taurus. — H a p p y 
birthday to you, Aquarius. — Happy 
birthday to you. Libra born. — Leo, a 
birthday greeting. — Sagittarius, happy 
birthday. — To Cancer, birthday greet- 
ings. © 1 c. each May 2, 1940; G 
35653-35664. 
Williams, Wheeler.* 4556-4563 

Amphitrite. — Apollo. — Diana. — Her- 
cules. — Mercury. — Neptune. — Pan. — 
Venus. © 1 c. each May 6, 1940; G 
35696-35703. 

Wittman, Alex.* 4564-4574 

Blonde girl. — Brunette girl. — Desert 
flowers.— Harp player. — Swedish boy. — 
Swedish girl. — Violin player. — Water 
flowers. © Jan. 25, 1940; G 35859- 
35866. 

Chinese lantern. — Cyklamen. — Iris. — 
© May 15, 1940 ; G 35856-35858. 

Yates, Robert Ferguson.* 4575 

Leaded glass window — Golden Gate 
exposition, 1940. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1940; 
G 35783. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 - - 1,309 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Abbott laboratories. 4576-4579 

Piirsell (Weimer) : 

Brashear (Walter), M. D., 1776- 
1860.— Jackson (.James), M. D., 1777- 
1867. — Jones (Noble Wymberly), M. D., 
1723-1805.— Mower (Thomas G.), M. 
D., 1790-1853. (c) May 23, 1940; K 
45702^5705. 

Advance sales co. 4580 

Free wheeler. © Sept. 7, 1939; K 
45514. 

Alexander, Frank T. 4581 

Centrifugal force. © 1 c. Apr. 2, 
1940 ; I 25997. 

Albeit, William J. 4582 

No spurt crank case plug remover. 
© 1 c. May 7, 1940 ; I 26027. 

Allied mills, inc. 4583 

Don't disturb. © May 1, 1940; K 
45664. 

Allinson, Alfred. 4584 

Courtyard, Little theatre, 616 St. 
Peter street. New Orleans, La. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1940 ; J 30411. 

American bank note co. 4585-4589 

Chemistry, V-80773. © Mar. 6, 
1940 ; K 45627. 

Gold mine scene no. 1, V80782. © 
Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 45628. 

Mechanical power, V-80689. © Mar. 
1, 1940 ; K 45626. 

Pioneer spirit, V-80858. © Apr. 3, 
1940 ; K 45629. 

V-80512. © Jan. 9, 1940 ; K 45625. 

American humane assn. 4590 

Victim of the running W. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; J 30287. 

American telephone & telegraph co. 

4591-4593 

Bell system practices — teletypewriter 

station installation and maintenance, 

sections : 



P90.013, issue 2.— P91.033, issue 
2-D.— P91.034, issue 1. © May 2, 1940 ; 
I 26199-26201. 

Anderson, Chester Sigfried. 4594 

Miniature economic house layout. © 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; I 26044. 

Andreas, Max. 4595 

Shrinkage-safeguard garments meas- 
ured before and after cleaning with 
Andrea measuring chart. © Apr. 30, 
1940 ; K 45545. 

An jo garden supplies. 4596, 4597 

Anjo Chinese pagoda and bridge. — 
In a Chinese garden pool plan. © May 
10, 1940 ; I 26052, 26053. 

Ashley (David) inc. 4598-4605 

Immel ( Paul J. ) : 
Cosmos, 202.— Dahlias, 203.— 
Gladiolas, 204.— Petunias, 201. © May 
13, 1940 ; H 1677-1680. 

Necklace, 601, by V. Braga. — Rustic 
haven, 604; by Harry Wells. — Valley 
farm, 602; by Harry Wells.— Wooded 
stream, 603 ; by Harry Wells. — © May 
22, 1940 ; H 1683-1686. 

Association of communication equip- 
ment workers. 4606 
[Pictorial illustration of telephone 

operator holding wires which extend to 

cities, industries, etc.] © Jan. 1, 

1940 ; K 45596. 

Atkinson, Lawrence B. 4607 

Theft proof automobile lock. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26176. 

Avelar, John B. 4608 

Easy three-way plug. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26066. 

Bailey meter co. 4609^622 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 230F800T. 

© Mar. 10, 1940 ; I 26185. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 3C6X. © 

Mar. 9, 1940 ; I 26196. 
75F12F600T. © Apr. 16, 1940; 

I 26189. 



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Bailey meter co. — Continued. 

150F700T900T. © Mar. 19, 

1940 ; I 26186. 

220F900T1000P. © Apr. 1, 

1940 ; I 26188. 

700F1750P. © Mar. 21, 1940; I 

26187. 

Bailey recorder chart, 6L350T. © 
May 5, 1940 ; I 26190. 

9B. © Apr. 15, 1940 ; I 26191. 

12K1. © Apr. 16, 1940 ; I 26194. 

15L1. © Dec. 12, 1939 ; I 26198. 

— 20L2. © Mar. 13, 1940 ; I 26195. 

2400KP. © Jan. 10, 1940; I 

26192. 

2500KP. © Feb. 9, 1940; I 

26193. 

7083. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; I 26197. 

Bailie, Alfred J. 4623 

Readers' aid and bookmark. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940; I 26171. 

Ballentine, John Perry. 4624 

Perspecto-graph paper, focus 15 
inches. © Apr. 3, 1940 ; I 25884. 

Banister, James G. 4625 

Stilts. © 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26205. 

Banks, Wilson. 4626 

Mine car coupling. © 1 c. May 3, 

1940 ; I 26078. 

Barnhart, George E. 4627 

Flame. © 1 c. May 31, 1940; J 
30409. 

Batten, Arthur Livingstone. 4628 

Ocean City commuters club. © Apr. 
1, 1940 ; K 45575. 

Bauer (Adrian) advertising agency. 

4629, 4630 

By any comparison apartment life is 
preferable. © Apr. 7, 1940 ; K 45542. 

I believe that every modern woman 
would be happier in an apartment. © 
Mar. 31, 1940 ; K 45543. 

Beach (Howard P.) jr. 4631 

Seaplane mooring buoy. © 1 c. May 
28, 1940 ; I 26235. 

Belka, John Joseph. 4632-4634 

Donnelly {Most Rev. George J.) 
D. D., 1-3. © 1 c. each May 11, 1940 ; 
J 30412-30414. 

Bell, Charles Joseph. 4635-4666 

Indianapolis motor speedway 1940 : 

Andres (Emil), 50138.— B r i s k o 

( Frank ) , 50106. — Chitwood ( Joie ) , 

50120.— Durant (Louis), 50124.— Han- 



sen (Mel), 50090.— Hepburn (Ralph), 
50134.— Le Begue (Rene), 50132.— 
Miller (Al), 50128.— Nalon (Duke), 
50118.— Petillo (Kelly), 50028.— Put- 
nam (Al), 50126.— Riganti (Raul), 
50130. — Robson ( George ) , 50140. — 
Russo (Paul), 50122.— Shaw (Wilbur) 
winner, 50088. — S wanson (Bob), 
50142.— Tomei (Louis), 50116.— Wil- 
liams (Doc), 50032. © May 30, 1940; 
J 30420-30437. 

Bergere (Cliff), 50025.— Mays 
(Rex), 50020, 50021, 50096. © May 24, 
1940 ; J 30403-30405, 30407. 

Bergere (Cliff), 50092.— Cantlon 
(Shorty), 50108. — Hanks (Sam), 
50110.— Hinnershitz (Tommy), 50098.— 
Horn ( Ted) , 50104. — MacQuinn 
( Harry ) , 50114.— P e t i 1 1 o ( Kelly ) , 
50112.— Rose (Mauri), 50100.— Shaw 
( Wilbur ) , 50024.— Wearne ( Frank ) , 
50102. © May 25, 1940; J 30394- 
30402, 30406. 

Bergin, William. 4667 

Power-saving water machine. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26204. 

Best press. 4668, 4669 

Dance to Ruby Kuester and her or- 
chestra, you can gamble they're good. 
© Mar. 21, 1940 ; K 45520. 

WDGY Minneapolis Mutual network 
station presents Garnett's recording 
band playing old-new time music. © 
May 1, 1940 ; K 45719. 

Bester, Leonard R. 4670-4673 

Deep sea torpedo and submarine 
bomb, Sk-T-65-l-A. — Emergency bomb- 
protection for war-vessel's decks and 
topside spaces, Sk-D-64-A. — S u p e r 
powered heavy armoured tank, AT- 
90-1. — Unsinkable armoured barge or 
navy battle tank, DR. NT-96-1A. © 
1 c. each June 3, 1940 ; I 26245-26248. 

Bible, Roy C. 4674, 4675 

Modern automotive mechanics and 

electricity : 

Four-cycle Diesel engines. — Two- 
cycle Diesel engines, 71. © Apr. 15, 
1940 ; J 30364, 30365. 

Blackman, S. P. 4676 

Ho Toi. © Apr. 16, 1940 ; K 45548. 

Boleski, A. J. 4677 

Brake beamless truck bolster. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26178. 

Borden photo-graphic arts, inc. 4678 
In memoriam. © Apr. 20, 1940; J 
30192. 



90 



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no. 5, 1940 



4758 



Bradshaw, Mary Hart. 4679 

Sole-ezy. © 1 c. May 31, 1940; I 

26081. 

Breeden, Sherman. 4680 

Toy gun and bullet outfit. © 1 c. 

May 16, 1940; I 26161. 

Brobuck, inc. 4681, 4682 

Carry on, 8. © Jan. 12, 1939; J 

30235. 

Filling in that dotted line, 7. © Jan. 

6, 1939 ; J 30236. 

Brookover, Charles Leroy. 4683 

Gravity oiling system and ventilating 
system for overhead valve internal 
combustion engines. © 1 c. May 16, 
1940 ; I 26162. 

Brossenne, William A. 4684 

Fishing slip casting float. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1940 ; I 26065. 

Brown & Bigelow. 4685-4690 

Flowers for mother on her special 
day, 30293. — For fall parties decorate 
with flowers, 30294. — Gay flowers for 
Thanksgiving day, 30295. — Gay flowers 
spread Easter joy, 30292. — Merry 
Christmas ! Say it with flowers, 30296.— 
Send flowers to your valentine, 30291. 
© Mar. 25, 1940 ; K 45535-45540. 

Brown instrument co. 4691-4713 

[Brown instrument co.] chart, 3017, 
3018. © Mar. 19, 1940 ; I 26004, 26005. 

3440. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; I 20007. 

10546. © Aug. 8, 1940 ; I 26020. 

10609. © Mar. 12, 1940 ; I 25968. 

12536. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; I 26102. 

12610. © Mar. 14, 1940 ; I 26021. 

12611. © Mar. 25, 1940; I 

26022. 

12612. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; I 26229. 

12613. © Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 26127. 

Brown instrument co, chart, 12614. — 
Brown instrument co. flow meter chart, 
12084. © Apr. 12, 1940 ; I 26226, 26227. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12050. © Apr. 3, 1940 ; I 26228. 

12066. © Mar. 29, 1940; I 

26124. 

12067, 12081. 

I 26125, 26126. 

12068. © Apr 

12069. © Apr 

12075. © Apr 

12076, 12085. 

26224, 26225. 



© Apr. 1, 1940; 

2, 1940 ; I 26101. 

2, 1940 ; I 26128. 

9, 1940 ; I 26129. 

© Apr. 9, 1940 ; I 



12082, 12083. © Apr. 3, 1940 ; I 

26130, 26131. 

Burgoyne (Sidney J.) & sons. 4714 

Receiving the guests; by E. L. Gar- 
rido. © Apr. 22, 1940 ; H 1660. 

Burrud, Jack. 4715 

Off for North soon! Seabiscuit, 

greatest money winner ... © Apr. 30, 
1940 ; K 45680. 

Byhre, Henry. 4716 

Rock and quack root picker. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1940 ; I 26088. 

Carroll, Rhea. 4717 

Warmies. © 1 c. Jan. 23, 1940; I 
26217. 

Carroll photo service. 4718 

Santa Anita handicap, $100,000.00 
added, March 2nd, 1940 — Seabiscuit. 
© Mar. 4, 1940 ; J 30120. 

Carter carburetor corp. 4719 

Carburetor service film, A. © 1 c. 
Dec. 27, 1939 ; J 30188. 

easier, Arvid Edwin. 4720 

Radio design for vertical or horizon- 
tal use. © 1 c. May 23, 1940 ; I 26118. 

Castlen, Robert Cecil. 4721 

Postag. © 1 c. June 3, 1940; I 26239. 



Caufield & Shook, inc. 



4722-4758 



Apple orchard, Jefferson County, 
155611.— Cannon at Fort Knox, Ky., 
160392.— D o g w o o d tree, 160807.— 
Fourth ave. Presbyterian church, 
167246.— Green Line steamer, 158719.— 
Halls Gap, Ky., 167286.— Idle Hour 
farm, foals nap in the sun while dams 
graze, 161722.^ — Jefferson County dairy 
farm, 155600. — ^Kentucky state fair, 
Louisville, 158709.— Louisville skyline 
from south, 155601. — Magnolia bloom, 
166723.— Ohio River bridge at Cairo, 
111., detail view, 162905.— Old fashioned 
garden in Louisville, 166576. — Seagram 
distillery co., 167588. — Seneca park, 
170428. — Snow around Belknap bridge, 
Cherokee park, 170432. — Snow covered 
trees in Seneca park, 170424. — Snow 
scene in Cherokee park, Louisville, 
170429.— Speed (J. B.) memorial mu- 
seum, Louisville, 158690. — University of 
Louisville, School of Law, 168819.— 
Zorn CO., exterior view, 158697. © Feb. 
10, 1940 ; J 30443-30448, 30451-30465. 

Camp Knox, Ky., Gold depository, 
155890. — Idle Hour farm, Lexington, 
Ky., 161721. — Scene on Idle Hour farm, 
Lexington, Ky., 160833. © Oct. 10, 
1939 ; J 30449, 30450, 30471. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Caufield & Shook, inc. — Continued. 

Dixiana farm scene, 133505. © Mar. 
20, 1940 ; J 30468. 

First glimpse of old Kentucky, 
171877.— From San Anita, 171879.— In 
the express horse car, 171875. — Ken- 
tucky state highway no. 21 at Big Hill, 
Ky., Madison County, 167779. — Putting 
a bandage on, 171935. — Uncle Tom at 
work, 171832. — Unloading a horse from 
California, 171874.— Watering, 171933. 
© Apr. 1, 1940; J 30438-30442, 30472- 
30474. 

Gold depository at Camp Knox, 
155881. — U niversity of Louisville, 
School of Law bldg., thru the trees, 
168293. © Mar. 21, 1940; J 30469, 
30470. 

Snow scene : 
Cherokee park, 170430. — Seneca 
park, 170423. © Jan. 20, 1940; J 
30466, 30467. 

Chicago flexible shaft co. 4759 

Evolution of the coffeemaster. © 
Feb. 28, 1940 ; J 30331. 

Cities service oil cos. & Arkansas fuel 
oil CO. 4760,4761 

Extra year of youth. — Starting prof- 
its. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1940; J 
30281, 30282. 

Civic educational council. 4762 

Civic educational council to promote 
social justice, 1938. © May 7, 1940 ; K 
45681. 

Clay County fair assn., inc. 4763 

Clay County fair world's greatest, 
Spencer, Iowa, September 9-14, 1940. 
© Mar. 21, 1940 ; K 45698. 

Clifford, Blwin W. 4764 

Portland, Me., Christian Science 
church. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; J 30221. 

Clutter, Marcia Oral. 4765 

Princess Annabel Beatrice Constance 
de Cum Button. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940; 
J 30239. 

Coca-cola co. 4766 

Land of the free. © Apr. 17, 1940; 
J 30417. 

Cochrane corp. 4767-4769 

Cochrane recorder chart, 504. © 

May 5, 1940 ; I 26232. 
634, 1419. © Mar. 29, 1940; I 

26231, 26233. 



Cole, Orth O. 
Rolling pin. 
26175. 



4770 
© 1 c. May 16, 1940; I 



Coleman (Kee) studio. 4771 

Sacramento fire department, 1940. © 
Apr. 6, 1940 ; J 30189. 

Columbia breweries, inc. 4772 

Columbia beer and ale. © May 17, 
1940 ; K 45700. 

Commercial films, inc. 4773 

Grime doesn't pay. © May 1, 1940; 
J 30410. 

Conde, Bruce. 4774-4779 

Bruce (Sarah Strudwick) — Early 
wooden house on Mission Hill, Sta. 
Cruz, home of Kirbys in late 1850's. — 
Kirby ( Georgiana Bruce) — K i r b y 
(Richard Cornelius) — Kirby mansion 
on Mission St., Sta. Cruz, Calif., li- 
brary. Kirby home 1860's to '80's. — 
Rancho La Salud, Sta. Cruz, Calif., 
Kirby home in early 1850's.— © 1 c. 
each Jan. 29, 1940; J 30071, 30073, 
30084, 30091, 30095, 30111. 

Costello, Henry Owen. 4780 

Costello moon and sun ray chart. © 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1940 ; I 26028. 

Cuna supply cooperative. 4781, 4782 
Credit union principles, 613. © May 

6, 1940 ; K 45665. 

Get your Easter outfit the credit 

union way, 612. © Dec. 1, 1939; K 

45666. 

Curtis, Asahel. 4783 

Lake Washington bridge, 65075. © 
May 20, 1940 ; J 30389. 

Daily mirror, inc. 4784 

Who is afraid of the big bad dogs. 
© Apr. 19, 1940 ; J 30200. 

Daniel, Daniel & Daniel. 4785 

Low^ cost house. © 1 c. May 15, 
1940 ; I 26061. 

De Nunzio, Arthur M. 4786 

This page contains 100 T 'n T stamps. 
© May 11, 1940 ; K 45741. 

Derrydale press, inc. 4787 

Rose tree fox hunting club in Dela- 
ware and Chester Counties, Pennsyl- 
vania. © Oct. 16, 1939 ; K 45701. 

DeWoskin, Philip. 4788 

Spiritual reminiscence. © 1 c. May 
29, 1940 ; J 30393. 

Dickinson, Robert Latou. 4789 

Female pelvic organs, hinged model. 
© 1 c. May 25, 1940 ; I 26182. 



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no. 5, 1940 



4832 



Dikszas, Edward L. 4790 

Bottle grip. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; I 

26073. 

Dominican fathers. 4791 

With confidence we invoke thee. St. 

Jude Thaddeus, novena intention slip. 

© Oct. 1, 1936 ; K 45546. 

Dooley, John R. 4792 

Tri-fruit drawing for proposed ad- 
vertising display. © 1 c. May 14, 1940 ; 
I 26157. 

Draeger. 4793-4795 

Darlan (F.)— Gamelin (M.)— Vuil- 

lemin. © Apr. 15, 1940 ; K 45688-45690. 

Drexel laundry co, 4796 

Finer laundry and dry cleaning serv- 
ice. © Apr. 16, 1940 ; K 45697. 

Duckering, Lynn R. & Bowman, Lloyd. 

4797 
Santa Cruz County big trees park. 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1940; I 26058. 

Duff, James S. 4798 

Improvement in boats. © 1 c. May 
16, 1940 ; I 26216. 

Duttweiler, John J. 4799-4801 

Dwelling house, 47-49. © 1 c. each 
May 24, 1940 ; I 26154-26156. 

Duvoisin, Roger. 4802 

American auxiliary committee de 
rUnion des femmes de France. © May 
5, 1940 ; K 45515. 

Dwyer, Eugene J. 4803 

Hair clip fastener for barrettes. © 
1 c. Apr. 17, 1940 ; I 26059. 

Edman, Winfield E. 4804 

Oil cup. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; I 

26082. 

Eichel, Samuel. 4805 

Master key to the study of the scales, 
major scale. © 1 c. May 1, 1940; I 
26016. 

Ellenwood, Frank O., Barnard, William 
N. & Mackey, Charles O. 4806 

Mollier chart for steam. © Apr. 10, 

1940 ; I 26014. 

English, Mary I. 4807-4810 

Washington, D. C. : 
Capitol [U. S.] — Executive man- 
sion. — Lincoln memorial. — Washington 
monument. © Feb. 15, 1940 ; K 45504- 
45507. 

Erickson, Tony T. 4811 

Flat irons. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; I 
26092. 



Eves, Sue H. 4812 

Confidence. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940; J 
30187. 

Fairbanks, James W. 4813 

Self-reversing trolley pole. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26177. 

Fairchild aerial surveys, inc. 4814 

Concentric logarithmic scale templet. 
© Mar. 9, 1940 ; I 26105. 

Farra, Charles. 4815 

Automobile tel-a-stop. © 1 c. May 
16, 1940 ; I 26163. 

Farrow, Joseph Ross. 4816-4824 

New York (City) : 

Composite panorama of Times 
Square section by night. — Empire State 
and Chrysler buildings. — Panorama of 
midtown New York. — Rockefeller Cen- 
ter. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; J 30227-30230. 

Downtown New York from the 
coast of New Jersey. — Skyscrapers of 
Manhattan. — Statue of Liberty. © 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; J 30226, 30231, 30232. 

New York (City), Manhattan tow- 
ers.— Washington, D. C, U. S. Capitol. 
© Apr. 23, 1940 ; J 30190, 30191. 

Fasolino monument co., inc. 4825 

Gragnano mausoleum, 1089. © 1 c. 
Apr. 25, 1940 ; I 26158. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co. 

4826 
Highly regarded by men of discern- 
ment. Have you tasted Feigenspan 
light beer. © May 14, 1940 ; K 45622. 

Festive mfg. co. 4827 

Merry Christmas. © May 16, 1940; 
K 45692. 

Fields, Daisy Alban. 4828 

Torso pad. © 1 c. May 18, 1940; I 

26103. 

Fields, Willie. 4829 

Sanitary shaving mug. © 1 c. May 

16, 1940 ; I 26170. 

Finsterwald furniture co. 4830 

You are protected! Only a Finster- 
wald furniture company P. C. A. cer- 
tificate protects your account when you 
are sick or out of work. © Mar. 24, 
1940 ; K 45619. 

Fleckner, John. 4831 

Paint brush can. © 1 c. May 16, 

1940 ; I 26210. 

Flint, George Marsh, jr. 4832 

Racer rolls at Pascoag, 1939. © 1 c. 

May 21, 1940 ; J 30359. 



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4833 



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Forman, Benjamin. 4833 

Water snake lawn sprinkler. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1940 ; I 26068. 

Fowler, Lucien H. 4834 

Comparison between business activ- 
ity and new^ corporate security issues 
1919 to 1939, inclusive for the United 
States. © 1 c. May 7, 1940 ; I 26049. 

Foxboro CO. 4835-4852 

Foxboro combination gauge and ther- 
mometer chart, 898025. © Apr. 18, 
1940 ; I 25980. 

[Foxboro combination gauge and 
thermometer chart] 898582. — [Foxboro 
thermometer or pressure gauge chart] 
898590. © Apr. 3, 1940 ; I 25990, 25992. 

[Foxboro combination pressure gauge 
and thermometer chart] 89865-S. © 
Mar. 28, 1940 ; I 25979. 

Foxboro CO. flow meter chart, 898074. 
© Apr. 11, 1940 ; I 25983. 

[Foxboro flow meter and liquid level 
gauge chart] 899459. — [Foxboro ther- 
mometer chart] 777350. © Mar. 1, 
1940 ; I 25975, 25982. 

Foxboro flow meter chart 898577. © 
Mar. 4, 1940 ; I 25989. 

899258. © Apr. 15, 1940; I 

25978. 

[Foxboro liquid level gauge chart] 
898571-898574. © Jan. 8, 1940; I 
25984-25987. 

[Foxboro pressure gauge chart] 
798578. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; I 25976. 

893576. © Feb. 6, 1940; I 

25981. 

[Foxboro thermometer chart] 
879065. © Apr. 8, 1940; I 25977. 

[Foxboro thermometer or pressure 
gauge chart] 898575. © Jan. 22, 1940 ; 
I 25988. 

898581. © Mar. 21, 1940; I 

25991. 

Frank, C. William. 4853 

Improved egg case. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26084. 

French, Marie C. 4854 

Contract bridge novelty. © 1 c. May 
17, 1940 ; I 26098. 

Frick collection. 4855^859 

Coronation of the Virgin — detail ; by 
Paolo Veneziano & Giovanni Vene- 
ziano : 

Angel at right of throne. — Angels 
at top center. — Central section. Virgin 
and Christ. — Lower half of painting. — 
Upper half of painting. © May 3, 
1940 ; H 1670-1674. 



Frick-Reid supply corp. 4860 

.... here's my warehouse! © May 
1, 1940 ; K 45693. 

Gagnon, J. H. 4861 

Andre (Brother) in composite photo- 
graph of flgure of St. Joseph and the 
Christ Child. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1940; 
J 30415. 

Gallien, Napoleon, jr. 4862 

Hog de-ringer. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; 

I 26069. 

Gause, Roy Miller. 4863 

Matchless cigarettes. © 1 c. May 25, 
1940 ; I 26183. 

Geller, Andrew. 4864 

Andrew Geller theatre of fashion pre- 
sents Punchinellos. © May 1, 1940; 
K 45594. 

General foods corp. 4865 

Effective consumer package pricing. 
© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940 ; J 30210. 

General motors sales corp. 4866 

New 1940 syncro-mesh transmission. 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940 ; J 30279. 

General motors sales corp., Chevrolet 
motor div. 4867-4872 

Chevrolet-Ford comparison facts, 

1940. Sell extra protection for extra 

profits. © 1 c. each May 20, 1940; J 

30337, 30339. 

Designed for the load. — Vacuum does 

it. © 1 c. each Apr. 19, 1940 ; J 30328, 

30329. 
Fitting the truck to the job. © 1 c. 

Apr. 29, 1940 ; J 30209. 

Selling used Chevrolets. © 1 c. Mar. 

18, 1940 ; J 30280. 

George (Edwin Stanton) studios, inc. 

4873, 4874 

Dieter (Mary Ann Poe) headstone. 
© 1 c. May 1, 1940 ; I 26017. 

Hotaling memorial. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1940 ; I 25850. 

Gerlach-Barklow co. 4875, 4876 

Spanky's safety school ; by Adelaide 
Hiebel. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 45602. 

Sweet singer of songs (Marian An- 
derson) © Mar. 21, 1940; K 45603. 

Goodman bros. book store. 4877, 4878 
Certificate of confirmation. — Certifi- 
cate of honor. © May 17, 1940; K 

45686, 45687. 

Gorsuch, David Major. 4879 

Rattlesnake swallowing a cottontail 
rabbit. © May 1, 1940; J 30388. 



94 



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no. 5, 1940 



4923 



Graiifortuna, Joseph C. 4880 

Lincoln (Abraham) ; by Vincent 
DiPrima. © Mar. 9, 1940 ; K 45621. 

Gregory, T. Merle. 4881 

Realezy receptacle and attachment 
plug and attachment plug converter. © 
1 c. May 3, 1940 ; I 26090. 

Griffith, Floyd Paul & Elliott, Emery B. 

4882 
Safety oil lamp burner. © 1 c. May 
16, 1940 ; I 26207. 

Gruenberg, Elliot L. 4883 

Q-PF chart. Rev. © 1 c. May 20, 
1940 ; I 26108. 

Gunnison, Paul R. 4884 

Wind your own pipe filters. © 1 c. 
Apr. 22, 1940 ; I 26055. 

Guttman, Joseph M. 4885 

Brass rail restaurant. © Dec. 30, 
1939; K 45684. 

Hafler, Clyde H. 4886 

Tie-less rail. © 1 c. May 29, 1940; 
I 26221. 

Hahn, Lotta Beate. 4887 

Garden map. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1940; I 
26160. 

Haley, Allan M. 4888 

Haley's comet, single sleeve valve ra- 
dial aero motor. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1940 ; 
I 25965. 

Hamm, William. 4889 

Station platform truck lock. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1940 ; I 26038. 

Hammond, Burnham C. 4890 

Traffic signal and improvements. © 
1 c. May 3, 1940 ; I 26086. 

Handy & Harman. 4891 

Silver market, 1900-1940. © Apr. 17, 
1940 ; I 26054. 

Hanley (James) co. 4892-4895 

Can the boss pick 'em ! 15. © May 7, 
1940 ; K 45598. 

This one's on me, 16, © May 15, 
1940 ; K 45655. 

What's behind this anyway? © May 
24, 1940 ; K 45683. 

Who threw that? Hey! take it easy! 
© Apr. 30, 1940 ; K 45528. 

Hannold, Thomas. 4896 

Driller for brake linings. © 1 c. May 
3, 1940 ; I 26074. 



Hansen, Paul Frederick. 4897 

[Coast defence ship] Monitor. © 
1 c. May 31, 1940 ; I 26234. 

Harding & Nau. 4898 

Engine clutch air operating mecha- 
nism & control piping arrangement. © 
1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26097. 

Hardraan, Robert C. S. 4899 

Motor starter. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; 
I 26067. 

Harner, Melvin David. 4900 

Removable roof for railroad cars. © 
1 c. Apr. 24, 1940 ; I 25961. 

Harrison, David R. 4901 

Jeannette homes. © 1 c. May 7, 
1940 ; I 26060. 

Hausherr, Bernard L. 4902 

Hausherr method and process of 

burning gas in a pre-heated chamber or 

pocket. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940; I 26006. 

Hawkinson (Paul E.) co. 4903 

Instruction chart for Hawkinson 
buffing stand. © 1 c. May 6, 1940; I 
26025. 

Haworth (James) & bro., ltd. 4904 

Tulips ; by E. Byatt. © Oct. 5, 1937 ; 
K 45607. 

Hays Corp. 4905, 4906 

Hays recorder chart, 354, 355. © 
Apr. 22, 1940 ; I 25998, 25999. 

Hayward, Josiah P. 4907 

Chanticleer game. © 1 c. May 22, 
1940 ; J 30361. 

Heitmann, Grace. 4908 

Adjustable column for lamps and 
other articles. © 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 
26213. 

Hensinger, Gene. 4909 

Sugar meter. © 1 c. May 3, 1940 ; I 

26091. 

Hermitage art co., inc. 4910-4923 

Angelus, 790. — Christ the Savior is 
born, 815. — For God so loved the world 
that He gave his only begotten Son, 
835. — [Mary and Child .... shepherds, 
star .... & Bethlehem] 787.— Merry 
Christmas, 617. — Nativity scene, 795. — 
[Open Bible with resurrection scene on 
one page, etc.] 830. — Palm Sunday, 
629. — Risen Christ in the garden etc., 
825. — Sermon on the mount, 855. — [Si- 
lent night— holy night . . .] 820.— 
[Three women and the angel at the 
tomb] 725, 837.— [Vision of the cross] 
785. © May 31, 1940 ; K 45720-45733. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Hillshire Down. 4924 

Hillshire goat © May 2, 1940; K 

45682. 

Hochberg, Theodore. 4925 

Tobac-atop. © 1 c. May 27, 1940 ; I 

26219. 

Hodgson, Tom. 4926 

Egg filler. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; I 

26062. 

Hoeltke, William Charles, jr. 4927 

Sanitary milk can opener. © 1 c. 
Apr. 26, 1940 ; I 26024. 

Holland, Arthur. 4928, 4929 

Professional politicians. A, B. © 
Mar. 14, 21, 1940 ; K 45530, 45531. 

Holmes co. 4930-4932 
Nuyttens (Pierre) : 

Dorothea. © Apr. 15, 1940; K 
45663. 

Rue Cathedral-Rheims. — Rue de 

I'Eglise- Aries. © May 7, 1940; K 
45599, 45600. 

Hopf, John M. 4933 

Clothespin. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; I 
26076. 

Howard, Russell G. 4934 

McKean County court house, Smeth- 

port, Pa. © 1 c. May 8, 1940 ; I 26037. 

Huber, Michael. 4935 

Prototype power transmission for 

aircraft. © 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26211. 

Huber, Ralph L. 4936 

Ultra-violet in the color cone of the 
eye. © 1 c. May 6, 1940 ; I 26023. 

Hunt, David C. 4937 

Safety bottom for water meters. © 
1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26212. 

International news photos. 4938 

As Norse king fled Nazi bombs, 
FC906816. © May 6, 1940 ; J 30334. 

Jackson pub. co. 4939-4941 

Food for the squirrels. Souvenir of 

Alabama. It's the nuts. © Nov. 26, 

1939 ; K 45503. 
Greeting — an old-fashioned. — Two of 

'em. © Nov. 6, 1939; K 45518, 45519. 

Jadin, Ferdinand. 4942 

California jiant [?] redwoods. © 
Feb. 21, 1940 ; J 30199. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 

4943-4946 
Differential. — Hydraulic brakes. — 
Power brakes. © 1 c. each Apr. 27, 
1940 ; J 30201-30203. 



Hydraulic brakes. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1940 ; J 30214. 

Jenson, Einert. 4947 

Inscription of Father Marquette. © 
1 c. Apr. 23, 1940 ; J 30234. 

Jenson, Murray. ' 4948 

Lathe. © 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26169. 

Jewelite corp. 4949 

Miller furniture. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 

1940 ; J 30366. 

Johnson, William C. 4950 

Removable cross bar for bicycles. © 
1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26215. 

Jones, Frank I. 4951 

Tulip time in Oregon. © 1 c. May 
22, 1940 ; J 80360. 

Jones, Thomas J. 4952 

Lifetime used car guarantee. © 
Mar. 6, 1940 ; K 45662. 

Justis, Charles E. 4953 

People's homes. © Apr. 29, 1940; I 
26153. 

Kaufmann, Edward. 4954 

Kaufmann (Isidor) : 

Kaufmann (Isidor) [set]. ©Mar. 
21, 1940 ; H 1687. 

Kelly-Read & co., inc. 4955 

This flag has earned the right to be 
the most respected national symbol in 
the world — and it is. © Apr. 19, 1940 ; 
K 45551. 

Kennedy, Dorothy Louise. 4956 

Sweet Adeline. © 1 c. May 25, 1940 ; 
J 30367. 

Kilby, William Albert. 4957 

Corona Republican party — 1940. © 
Feb. 24, 1940 ; K 45670. 

Kimble glass co. 4958-4960 

Kimble assurance of accuracy. © 
May 1, 1940 ; K 45566. 

Kimble glass vials. Modern contain- 
ers for modern packaging and sampling 
demands. © May 1, 1940 ; K 45620. 

Kimble K brand for assurance dairy 
glassware floating coated thermome- 
ters. © May 15, 1940; K 45678. 

King features syndicate, inc. 4961-5068 
Cabinet of quintuplets outdoor 
clothes, 147.— Dionne (Cecile) B36, 
B37.— Dionne (Yvonne) B94.— Dionne's; 
(Cecile) shoes, 148B. — Five Dionne 
quintuplets, B98. © Mar. 10, 1940; J 
30311, 30323-30327. 



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5068 



Dafoe (Dr.), C123.— Dionne (An- 
nette), C140.— Dionne (Marie), C132.— 
Dionne (Yvonne), C128. — 5 Dionne 
quintuplets, C127, C129. © May 12, 
1940 ; J 30376-30381. 

Dionne (Annette) A40. — Dionne 
(Cecile) A41.— Dionne (Emilie) A44.— 
Dionne (Emilie and Marie) with Dr. 
DaFoe, A106.— Dionne (Marie) A46.— 
Dionne (Yvonne) A38. © Jan. 14, 
1940 ; J 30248-30253. 

Dionne (Annette) A-124. — Dionne 
(Marie) A-53. © Jan. 1, 1940; J 
30242, 30243. 

Dionne (Annette) B25. — Dionne (Ce- 
cile) B23.— Dionne (Emilie) B19.— Di- 
onne (Marie) B16. — Dionne (Yvonne) 
B29. © Feb. 11, 1940 ; J 30290, 30301- 
30304. 

Dionne (Annette) B108. — Dionne 
(Cecile and Marie) B99. — Dionne 
(Emilie) B107. — Dionne (Marie) 
B103.— Dionne (Yvonne) B115.— Di- 
onne (Yvonne and Emilie) B33. © 
Mar. 3, 1940 ; J 30265-30270. 

Dionne (Annette) C78. — Dionne (Ce- 
cile) C75.— Dionne (Emilie) C77.— Di- 
onne (Yvonne & Cecile) C79. — 5 Di- 
onne quintuplets, C76. © Apr. 14, 
1940 ; J 30318-30322. 

Dionne (Annette), D15. — Dionne 
(Cecile), D16. — Dionne (Emilie), 
D19. — Dionne (Marie), D18. — Dionne 
( Yvonne ) , D17. — D i o n n e ( Yvonne ) 
points growth of Dionne quintuplets, 
D19A. © May 19, 1940 ; J 30382-30387. 

Dionne (Annette and Yvonne), C85, 
C89.— Dionne (Emilie), C81A, C86, C87, 
C94.— Dionne (Marie), C91, C92. © 
May 5, 1940 ; J 30368-30375. 

Dionne (Annette) Dr. Dafoe and 
Marie Dionne, B8. © Mar. 17, 1940; 
J 30313. 

Dionne (Cecile) A5. — 50 little Dionne 
fingers go to work to make a dog, A160. 
© Jan. 28, 1940 ; J 30310, 30312. 

Dionne (Cecile) B60-B62.— Dionne 
(Cecile and Emilie) B55. — 5 Dionne 
quintuplets, B63. — Senior nurse and Ce- 
cile Dionne, B59. © Feb. 18, 1940; J 
30254-30259. 

Dionne (Cecile) C68.— Dionne 
(Yvonne, Emilie and Cecile) C69. — 5 
Dionne quintuplets, C66. © Apr. 7, 
1940 ; J 30314-30316. 

Dionne (Cecile and Annette) A75. — 
Dionne (Marie and Emilie) A59. — Di- 
onne (Yvonne), A71. — 5 Dionne quin- 
tuplets, A58. © Jan. 7, 1940 ; J 30244- 
30247. 



Dionne (Emilie) C114, C116, C117.— 
5 Dionne quintuplets, ClOO. © Apr. 28, 
1940 ; J 30340-30343. 

Dionne (Emilie and Yvonne) A6. © 
Jan. 28, 1940 ; J 30309. 

Dionne (Emilie and Yvonne) B41. — 
5 Dionne quintuplets, B38, B39, B42.— 
Ten little feet that move as one, 5 Di- 
onne quintuplets, B40. © Feb. 25, 
1940 ; J 30260-30264. 

Dionne (Marie) A113. — 5 Dionne 
quintuplets and nurse Louise Corriveau, 
A120.— 5 quintuplets, A12, A109, A121. 
© Jan. 21, 1940 ; J 30291-30294, 30298. 

Dionne (Marie) C102, CllO.— Five 
Dionne quintuplets, Clll. — 5 Dionne 
quintuplets and Dr. Dafoe, C105. © 
Apr. 21, 1940 ; J 30345-30348. 

Dionne (Marie & Annette) C29. © 
Apr. 7, 1940 ; J 30295. 

Dionne (Marie) with Easter bunnies, 
C34.— 5 Dionne quintuplets, C13.— 5 
Dionne quintuplets and Rt. Rev. Leo 
Nelligan, CI. — Five Dionne quintuplets 
have questions answered, C12. — Five 
Dionne quintuplets take a deep interest 
in photography, C15. — Five Dionne 
quintuplets with Joseph A. Valin, Rt. 
Rev. Leo Nelligan and Father Pilon, 
C9. © Mar. 24, 1940; J 30349-30353, 
30357. 

Dionne (Marie, Yvonne & Annette) 
B46.— Dionne (Yvonne) B48, B91.— 
5 Dionne quintuplets and Dr. Dafoe, 
B79A. — 5 Dionne quintuplets and nurse 
Leona Dubeau, B88. © Feb. 4, 1940; 
J 30296, 30297, 30299, 30300, 30308. 

Dionne (Yvonne & Marie) B93. © 
Feb. 4, 1940 ; J 30317. 

5 Dionne quintuplets, A34. — Jean- 
nette, Jeannine and Anita, daughters of 
Mrs. Anne Devost, were clothed from 
the quintuplet wardrobe, C59. — Parish 
church the Dionne family now attends, 
C60.— Pilon {Father Victor) calls at 
the home of a parishioner with out- 
grown quintuplet clothes, C61. © Mar. 
31, 1940 ; J 30344, 30354-30356. 

Five Dionne quintuplets, A 132. — 
Four Dionne quintuplets, A 143. © 
Dec. 26, 1939 ; J 30240, 30241. 

5 Dionne quintuplets, B-5, B-7. © 
Mar. 17, 1940 ; J 30306, 30307. 

How the Quins visualize the world 
around them, A 159. © Jan. 28, 1940 ; 
J 30288. 

Quintuplet wardrobe, 145. © Mar. 
10, 1940 ; J 30289. 



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Knight, Arthur Stanley. 5069 

Lake George is 32 miles long and has 
365 islands. — As seen from the state 
fire tower on Prospect Mountain, (c) 
Mar. 4, 1940 ; K 45595. 

Knudsen, Sterling M. 5070 

Automatic adjustable seat, (c) 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26166. 

Kooltex rug co. 5071 

Palmtex 9 x 12, 13.95 retail. © Jan. 
21, 1940 ; K 45553. 

Kuhler, Otto. 5072 

Mobile & Ohio [proposed stream- 
lined locomotive] © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1940; 
I 26047. 

Lagerholm, Edward T. 5073 

Easy-grip crocheting needle. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1940 ; I 26064. 

Lang, Nathan. 5074 

Automobile cooling system device. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26206. 

Lawrence, James A. 5075 

Santo Domingo Indian. © 1 c. May 
7, 1940 ; J 30335. 

Leavitt, I. J. 5076 

Pick-a-rib. © Apr. 19, 1940; K 

45508. 

Lee, Orlan S. & Lee, Crawford F. 5077 
Combination trailer-spreader. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1940 ; I 26029. 

Leigh, Ted Flourney. 5078 

Doctor. © 1 c. May 10, 1940; J 
30358. 

Leinen, John O. 5079 

Portable ironing board, 7. © 1 c. 
Mar. 30, 1940 ; I 25996. 

Lenox, Lionel T. 5080 

North Fork dam — American River. 
© 1 c. May 20, 1940 ; J 30392. 

Letarte, Henry P. 5081 

Tire chain wrapper. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26079. 

Lewis, John Clifford. 5082 

National go to church campaign. © 
Mar. 29, 1940 ; K 45541. 

Lind, Franklin C. A. 5083 

New reliable free casting reel. © 
1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26179. 

Living American art, inc. 5084, 5085 
Guitar, 80; by George B. Luks. — 
Winter-nightfall in the city, 79 ; by 
Childe Hassam. © Apr. 25, 1940; H 
1675, 1676. 



Lloyd bros. co. 5086 

De Gryse (Rev. Henry) memorial, 

4011-A. © 1 c. May 3, 1940 ; I 26159. 

Loederer, Richard A. 5087-5094 

Bach (Joh. Seb.) — Beethoven ( [Lud- 
wig van]) — Liszt (Franz) — Mendels- 
sohn (Felix) — Mozart (W[olfgang 
Amadeus] ) — Schubert ( Franz ) — Sibe- 
lius (Jean) — Wagner (Richard) © 
Apr. 29, 1940 ; K 45567-45574. 

Lukens, Robert, jr. 5095 

Improved gauge pin for regular 

platen style printing presses, (g) 1 c. 
May 3, 1940 ; I 26080. 

Luray caverns corp. 5096, 5097 

Beautiful caverns of Luray, Va., 194, 
195. © Mar. 6, 1940 ; J 30362, 30363. 

McClure, M. S. 5098 

Rotary type toothbrush. © 1 c. May 
3, 1940 ; I 26070. 

McCree, Wade H. 5099 

To negro motherhood on Mother's 
day. © Apr. 30, 1940 ; K 45544. 

Macf arlan, Allen A. 5100, 5101 

Outdoor sports. A, B. © 1 c. each 
May 18, 1940 ; J 30332, 30333. 

McFetridge (John R.) & sons. 5102 
To Republican delegates: the choice 
rests vvith you . . . Arthur H. James. 
© Apr. 30, 1940 ; K 45597. 

McKay, Rollin H. 5103 

Hellgate Canyon, Missoula, Mont., 
855. © May 20, 1940 ; J 30418. 

McNamara, Daniel J. 5104 

Friends there is no doubt about the 
renomination of F. D. R. © May 4, 
1940 ; K 45624. 

McNeel marble co. 5105-5109 

Memorial : 
Lindamood, tablet type. — Sarcoph- 
agus type. — Tablet type. — Urso, garden 
type. — Watt, tablet type. © 1 c. each 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26240-26244. 

Majstorovic, Vincentia L. M. 5110 

Head construction charts. © 1 c. 
May 11, 1940 ; I 26051. 

Manning, Maxwell & Moore, inc. 5111 
Manning, Maxwell & Moore, inc. [re- 
corder] chart, 8848. © May 6, 1940 ; I 
26040. 

Marcellus, W. H. & Edwards, Marvin E. 

5112 
Coldlite tracing table. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26089. 



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5165 



Mars, Nick. 5113 

Einstein (Alfred) © 1 c. June 6, 
1940 ; J 30480. 

Marvel mfg. co. 5114 

British army tank, whippet type. © 
May 1, 1940 ; I 26057. 

Maurer, Ross. 5115 

Flush receptacle and adapter. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1940 ; I 26075. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 5116-5119 

Babies supervised by physicians are 
better babies, 17-20. © Feb. 23, Mar. 
23, Apr. 23, May 23, 1940; K 45532- 
45534, 45742. 

Metropolitan life insurance co. 

5120, 5121 
Widening circles. © 1 c. each Apr. 
29, May 20, 1940 ; J 30217, 30338. 

Minami, Munemori. 5122 

Trigger, no. 2. © 1 c. May 11, 1940 ; 
I 26050. 

Miner, Charles E. 5123 

Automatic night light. © 1 c. May 
22, 1940 ; I 26120. 

Moccia, Louis. 5124 

Odorize vase. © Apr. 29, 1940; J 
30283. 

Mode perfumes, inc. 5125 

Revelry. © Mar. 1, 1940; K 45616. 
Moore, Lewis E. 5126 

Proposed traffic ramps at Common- 
wealth Ave. and Cottage Farm bridge. 
© 1 c. May 31, 1940 ; I 26223. 

Moore dry kiln co. 5127-5130 

Moore-kiln recorder, 6237, Z-6237. 

© May 18, 1940 ; I 26236, 26237. 

Moore-kiln recorder chart, 6201, 6207. 

© Apr. 15, 1940 ; I 26002, 26003. 

Moore mortuary. 5131 

Denver, Col., First Baptist church; 
by Harold E. Keeler. © Mar. 24, 1940 ; 
K 45516. 

Murray, Will G. 5132-5134 

Warren (Leila) 1-3. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; J 30206-30208. 

Murrill, Richard E. 5135 

Row marker. © 1 c. May 16, 1940; 
I 26208. 

Nash-Kelvinator corp. 5136, 5137 

If you want all the wonderful ad- 
vantages of electric cooking buy Kel- 
vinator .... © May 10, 1940; K 
45658. 



Smart girl ! you're going to change to 
an electric range ! Buy Kelvinator, the 
range that has everything. © Apr. 10, 
1940 ; K 45547. 

National cash register co. 5138 

Weaknesses of unprotected written 

records. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940 ; J 30218. 

National geographic soc. 5139-5144 
Adelie: attitude study, A86. — Ele- 
phants teak logging in Burma, E623. — 
Looking at Cape Barue from Cape 
Evans, mirage effect, A 29. — Mount Fuji 
and the kaia grass, E301. — Taj Mahal, 
E330.— Vista of the Matterhorn, E458. 
© Apr. 17, 1940 ; J 30193-30198. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 5145-5149 

Capital investment agriculture and 

manufacturing, United States, 1909, 

1929, 1937. © May 10, 1940 ; I 26045. 
Foreign trade of the United States, 

fiscal years, 1790-1939. © May 17, 

1940 ; I 26100. 

Governmental expenditures and tax 

collections. United States, fiscal years 

1890-1939. © Apr. 26, 1940; I 26008. 
Taxes in the national income dollar, 

United States. © May 3, 1940 ; I 26046. 
Total wealth, national income and 

private debt. United States 1790-1939. 

© Mar. 24, 1940 ; I 26184. 

National woman's Christian temperance 
union. 5150, 5151 

Chance of a lifetime. — Tower of 

strength. © 1 c. each Mar. 18, 1940; 

J 30277, 30278. 

Naugle, Reginald B. 5152 

Pax electrical control. © 1 c. May 
24, 1940 ; I 26132. 

Nelson, Elizabeth C. 5153 

Martyr Lincoln. © 1 c. May 13, 
1940 ; J 30285. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 5154 

Easter bouquet, 550; by Frans Oer- 
der. © Apr. 25, 1940 ; H 1681. 

Nickolai, Carl L. 5155 

Tractor tread adjuster. © 1 c. May 
3, 1940 ; I 26095. 

Nolan, Rober A. 5156-5165 

Faulk (David) : 
Area vulnerable to gonorrhea, 5. — 
Areas vulnerable because of open le- 
sions, scratches, 4. — Areas vulnerable 
to sore bacillus (not syphilis), 6. — 
Areas vulnerable to syphilis, 7. — Chem- 
ical protection in effective sequence, 



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Nolan, Rober A. — Continued. 

Faulk (David) — Continued. 
8. — Chemical protection, sequence C, 9, 
sequence D, 10. — Hazard of mechanical 
protection, 3. — Mechanical protection, 
2. — Plan of areas to be protected, 1. 
© 1 c. each May 20, 1940; G 35822- 
35831. 



Norcross. 



5166-5190 



According to the paper it's your 1st 
anniversary ! Congratulations ! 
15W201.— Happy birthday, the first 
hundred years are the hardest, 
25B1011. — Happy birthday to my best 
girl, my wife, 25B862.— Some riddles to 
guess while you convalesce, 15C311. — 
To my ideal mom, happy birthday, 
25B687. — Whoop it up on your birth- 
dav you're only young once, 15B1053. 
© May 1, 1940 ; K 45630, 45631, 45633- 
45635, 45637. 

Ain't vacations grand ! Vacation 
time is here again . , . , 1511658. — Be- 
hind the eight ball because I forgot 
your birthday? 15B532. — Best wishes 
mother and father on your anniversary, 
Here's wishing you 100 more . . . . , 
15W493. — Congratulations to a swell 
pair and the very best of wishes, 
15W61. — Guess I know my onions ! It's 
your birthday, 15B1052. — Hope it's a 
glorious 4th anniversary ! With lots of 
fruits and flowers, 15W204. — So there's 
a big change at your house. Congratu- 
lations ! 15R109.— Your 5th anniver- 
sary ! No one wood ever guess it, 
15W205. — Your 15th anniversary ! It's 
clear as crystal that you are a happy 
pair, 15W215. — Y^our 20th anniversary ! 
Bet all the tea in China it will be the 
best one yet, 15W220. © May 1, 1940 ; 
K 45639-45644, 45646, 45651-45653. 

Birthday greetings to my cousin. 
Hello there ! Happy birthday . . . , 
10B922. © Apr. 22, 1940; K 45650. 

Chorus of birthday greetings. The 
melody's old .... , 10B1061.— Happy 
birthday. Hope it's a ringer, 
15B1049.— Hi toots. Happy birthday. 
Wishing all the joy ... , 10B1059.— 
Holy smoke ! I'm sorry you're sick. I 
hope you'll soon be up and about . . . . , 
10C319. © Apr. 19, 1940; K 45645, 
45647-45649. 

Don't let birthdays get in your hair, 
25B1008. © Apr. 19, 1940 ; K 45632. 

Hope your birthday will be a 
thriller ! 15B1029. © Apr. 13, 1940 ; K 
45638. 

Off on an auto trip ! Have a swell 
time, 15R637. © Apr. 16, 1940; K 
45654. 



Wish I could cross the miles and say 
happy birthday to you . . . . , 15B597. 
© Apr. 22, 1940 ; K 45636. 



Nystrom (A. J.) & co. 



5191 



American Frohse anatomical chart. 
© Mar. 25, 1940 ; I 26202. 



Oahu pub. CO. 



5192-5199 



Don't sing aloha when I go. — My 
Honolulu tomboy. © Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 

45584, 45585. 

Down the moonlight trail of love. © 
Mar. 14, 1940 ; K 45586. 

Home sweet home. — Paradise of love. 
© Mar. 7, 1940 ; K 45580, 45583. 

One I love just said goodbye. © 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; K 45579. 

South Sea memories. © Apr. 25, 
1940 ; K 45582. 

What's the use of dreaming. © Mar. 
1, 1940 ; K 45581. 

O'Gara, Francis. 5200 

Strata loop park amusement ride. © 
1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26165. 

O'Leary, John Patrick. 5201 

Safety saucer. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; 

I 26083. 

Oliver, Christian. 5202,5203 

Sunrise reflections. — Winter trails. 
© Apr. 3, 1940 ; J 30224, 30225. 

Olmstead, Courtland Betts. 5204 

Rubidoux shadows. ©. Mar. 17, 
1940 ; J 30205. 

Osborne co. 5205-5210 

Baby crawling, P1949. — Baby stand- 
ing on chair, P1946. — Blonde baby sit- 
ting holding bulldog, P1950. — Compu- 
tation, P1947.— Coxswain, P 1948. © 
1 c. each June 6, 1940 ; J 30475-30479. 

Moonlight, sail boat, P1939. © 1 c. 
Apr. 30, 1940; J 30219. 

Paige, James F. 5211 

Steamship — 120 years development. 
© May 3, 1940; 126099. 

Paramount line, inc. 5212-5223 

Christmas wishes. Greeting you at 
Christmas and wishing you every 
happiness. — Greetings. All the season's 
best to you. — Greetings. For Christ- 
mas and the new year. — Greetings. 
Greetings for Christmas and the com- 
ing year. — Greetings. May the cheer of 
Christmas be yours thru all the new 



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5253 



year. — Greetings. Remembering you 
with all good wishes at Christmas- 
time. — Greetings. To wish you a pleas- 
ant holiday season. — Holiday greet- 
ings. Best wishes for a happy holiday 
season. — M e r r y Christmas. With 
every good wish for the season's 
cheer. — Merry Christmas. With the 
heartiest good wishes for Christmas 
and the new year. — Season's greetings. 
Merry Christmas and may the new^ year 
bring you happiness. — Season's greet- 
ings. To bring you the season's greet- 
ings and best wishes. © Feb. 19, 1940 ; 
K 45707-45718. 

Parker, William Henry. 5224 

Parkers spring grip PSG paper clip. 
© 1 c. May 23, 1940 ; I 26117. 

Pasler, Joe. 5225 

Device for removing grease, sedi- 
ment, etc. from traps of kitchen sinks. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26174. 

Pfeiffer brewing co. 5226 

Say, Fifer's for flavor. © Apr. 16, 
1940 ; K 45513. 

Phillips, Howard Silpath. 5227 

Books with a history. © Mar. 27, 
1940 ; J 30204. 

Photo-name co. 5228 

Photos with sentimental readings or 
autographs, made in various designs, 
etc. © Apr. 12, 1940 ; J 30223. 

Physicians record co, 5229 

National hospital day. © Apr. 8, 
1940 ; K 45691. 

Ploney, Angelo Arnaldo. 5230 

Congratulations Mr. & Mrs. © Mar. 
15, 1940 ; K 45677. 

Posey, Helen L. 5231 

Red River cart. © 1 c. May 27, 1940 ; 
J 30390. 

Potter, Frederick D. 5232 

Chart showing line of BTU corre- 
sponding to simultaneous readings of 
CO2 and temperature. © Apr. 17, 
1940 ; I 25967. 

Powell, Angle W. 5233, 5234 

Double end block press. © 1 c. Apr. 

25, 1940; I 25963. 

Golf drive-gide. © 1 c. May 17, 

1940 ; I 26104. 

Powell, Frank. 5235 

Chez Paree [club] © May 20, 1940 ; 
K 45685. 



Prince, Charles Chandler. 5236 

Throat for coal burning circulating 

heaters. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1940 ; I 25962. 

Providence lithograph co. 5237, 5238 
Helpers at church. — Jesus the helper. 
© May 6, 1940 ; K 45604, 45605. 

Public health institute. 5239 

Health hazard may defeat you, 40. 
© May 28, 1940 ; K 45706. 

Pugh, Steve L. 5240 

Rat and mouse trap. © 1 c. Mav 16, 
1940 ; I 26168. 

Purex Corp., ltd. 5241-5245 

At last — a laundry bleach that's 
gentle to linens! © Apr. 1, 1940; K 
45694. 

I'm through with frazzled linens ! 
© Apr. 29, 1940 ; K 45696. 

Linens last with this new-type gentle 
bleach. © Apr. 18, 1940 ; K 45695. 

You know Purex is the gentle bleach. 
© Apr. 26, 1940 ; K 45587. 

Your linens deserve the gentle 
bleach. © May 13, 1940 ; K 45668. 

Rabinowitz, Rose. 5246 

Debut of six year molar. © 1 c. Apr. 
22, 1940 ; J 30284. 



Raetz, Charles F. 

Wire paper clip. 
1940 ; I 26214. 



5247 
1 c. May 16, 



Ramsey accessories mfg. corp. 

5248-5251 
Gap is bridged. © Feb. 5, 1940; K 
45617. 

Remember! Ramco engineering has 
not only bridged the gap but also cre- 
ated the 10-up compression ring. © 
Apr. 6, 1940 ; K 45529. 

Remember, Ramco 10-up spiro-seal 
not only bridges the gap but also . . . 
improves cylinder wall lubrication. © 
Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 45618. 

Remember, Ramco 10-up spiro-seal 
not only bridges the gap but also makes 
possible lower unit pressure. © May 
6, 1940 ; K 45656. 

Rascher & cie., a. g. verlag. 5252 

Kampfender krieger ; by Ferdinand 
Hodler. © Dec. 23, 1939 ; H 1682. 

Reese, Jack D. & Worcester, John A. 

5253 
Bow^ling alley apparatus. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1940 ; I 26015. 



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5254 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Republic flow meters co. 5254-5262 

Republic flow meters co, chart, 12- 

1515A, 14-CA-lOO, 14-CB-200800, 14- 

CC-200800. © Apr. 24, 1940 ; I 25971- 

25974. 

56-lOOSR, 63-CA-75150, 67-CA- 

100515. © May 6, 1940 ; I 26041-26043. 
63-CA-500100, 63-CA-^0204800. 

© Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 25969, 25970. 

Richfield oil corp. of New York. 5263 
Champ is born. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940 ; 
J 30216. 

Rigaumont, Victor A. 5264 

Whitehall amusement and shopping 
center, 4200 Brownsville road, Brent- 
wood, Pa., 1239. © Apr. 29, 1940; I 
26019. 

Rixson (Oscar C.) co. 5265 

Special no. 25 check & top pivot for 
hospital lead lined doors, T-25-spec. 
© 1 c. Apr. 25, 1940 ; I 25964. 

Roberts memorials, inc. 5266-5268 
Memorial : 

Jenkins (J. J.), 711. © 1 c. May 
21, 1940 ; I 26107. 

Medlin (Mrs. T. W.)— Turner 

(Mrs. J. E. ) © 1 c. each Apr. 26, 1940 ; 
25993, 25994. 

Robinson bros. 5269-5274 

401-406; by Maude Eggemeyer. © 
May 4, 1940 ; K 45588^5593. 

Rogers, Eugene L. 5275 

Perfect duck and goose decoy. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26172. 

Rogers, Frank. 5276 

Houston (Mrs. Sam) © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1940 ; J 30220. 

Rorke, Hal. 5277 

Cam-lock case. © 1 c. May 10, 1940 ; 
I 26220. 

Rose, Claude B. 5278 

Be a good American ... © Apr. 19, 
1940 ;K 45679. 

Rose, N. H. 5279 

Hardin (John Wesley) © 1 c. Feb. 
20, 1940 ; J 30419. 

Rourke, Raymond. 5280 

Brake regulating device. © 1 c. May 
3, 1940 ; I 26094. 

Ruby, George Benjamin. 5281 

Diagrammatic sketch of the human 
eye, horizontal cross section. © Mar. 
11, 1940 ; I 25966. 



Ruppert (Jacob) brewery. 5282-5285 

Best to you, Ruppert Knickerbocker 
beer — it's the talk of the town. © Feb. 
29, 1940 ; K 45526. 

Greetings to all our friends, Ruppert. 
© Dec. 20, 1939 ; K 45525. 

Have you tried Ruppert recently? 
You couldn't ask for better beer. © 
Feb. 9, 1940 ; K 45527. 

It's the talk of the town. © Mar. 28, 
1940 ; K 45524. 

Ruthman machinery co. 5286-5293 

Brackets for Gusher machine tool 
coolant pumps. — Gusher coolant pump 
tank units. — Gusher double suction ma- 
chine tool coolant pump, model P3-1/10 
H. P. © May 1, 1940 ; 26030-26032. 

Gusher double suction machine tool 
coolant pump, 11022-C, 11023-B, 
11023-E. — Gusher motor driven ma- 
chine tool coolant pump, 7520, 7521. © 
May 10, 1940 ; I 26109-26113. 

Saalfield pub. co. 5294 

Scrap book, 2306. © May 10, 1940; 
K 45659. 

Safeway stores, inc. 5295, 5296 

Broom rack bin type-slater stand- 
ards. — Wall shelving bin type-slater 
standards. © Jan. 26, 1940; I 26009, 
26018. 

Sandeen, Sigfred A. 5297 

Navy club, U. S. A. © Feb. 7, 1940 ; 
K 45509. 

Schaefer (F. & M.) brewing co. 

5298-5300 

Any way you try it, anywhere you 
buy it, Schaefer is always beer at its 
best. © Dec. 28, 1939; K 45512. 

Our hand has never lost its skill. © 
Jan. 11, 1940 ; K 45511. 

[Picture of man pouring beer in 
glass] © Apr. 18, 1940 ; K 45510. 

Schaefer, Henry J. 5301 

Cigarette holder. © 1 c. May 9, 
1940 ; I 26039. 

Schavey, Earl T. 5302,5303 

Floating axle. © 1 c. May 13, 1940 ; 

I 26048. 
Floating axle, for trailers ... © 1 c. 

May 22, 1940 ; I 26116. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co. 5304 

Something is happening all over the 
country. © May 8, 1940 ; K 45657. 

Schmidt, Oscar E. 5305 

Hill hitch for tractors. © 1 c. May 
3, 1940 ; I 26096. 



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5346 



Schneider, Nathan W. 5306 

Wall paper pastins: machine. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940; I 26203. 

Schneider, Oscar D. 5307 

South shore duck design. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1940 ; I 25995. 

Schoyen, O. 5308 

Merchants eveready advertising sign. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1940 ; I 26056. 

Schreiber, Elmer A. 5309 

Nut for stringed instruments. © 1 c. 
May 16, 1940 ; I 26180. 

Schulenberg, Frederick H. & Hibbard, 
Burt. 5310 

Toy — animated boxers. © 1 c. May 

16, 1940 ; I 26218. 

Schulz, Charles Raymond. 5311 

My prayer. © Apr. 16, 1940 ; J 30233. 

Sentinel system, inc. 5312 

Protected by Doughertys' detective 
bureau. © May 1, 1940 ; K 45550. 

Serialgram corp. 5313 

Serialgram system program club. © 
Dec. 13, 1939 ; K 45549. 

Seven hundred club, inc. 5314 

Our cocktails are really something to 
crow about, 700. © Feb. 21, 1940; K 
45517. 

Shemild, William Ernest. 5315 

Vistas along the north shore of Lake 
Superior and hinterland. © Apr. 15, 
1940 ; J 30408. 

Simplex valve & meter co. 5316-5335 

Depth in feet, chart 12042. © Feb. 
16, 1940 ; I 26144. 

Depth in feet, chart 12044.— 6 in. x 2.5 
in. Simplex meter cubic feet per sec- 
ond, chart 1741. © Jan. 26, 1940; I 
26136, 26145. 

Rata de flu jo y perida de carga, carta 
grafica 2045. — Simplex meter type MS, 
gallons per 24 hours, chart 12064. © 
Apr. 10, 1940 ; I 26142, 26152. 

Simplex meter type MS chart : 
Cubic feet per minute, 12071. — 
Cubic feet per second, 12068. — Cubic 
meters per hour, 12070. — Depth in feet, 
12073. © May 3, 1940 ; I 26137-26140. 
Gallons per minute, 12056. — Gal- 
lons per 24 hours, 12059. © Jan. 12, 
1940 ; I 26150, 26151. 

Gallons per 24 hours, 12041. © 
Oct. 17, 1939 ; I 26143. 



Gallons per 24 hours, 12054. © 
Dec. 19, 1939 ; I 26149. 

Liters per second, 12048. © Oct. 
10, 1939 ; I 26146. 

Liters per second, 12049. © Oct. 
31, 1939 ; I 26147. 

Liters per second, 12051. © Nov. 
28, 1939 ; I 26148. 

Simplex weir gauge, chart 2033. © 
May 1, 1940 ; I 26141. 

12 in. X 8 in. Simplex flume meter gal- 
lons per 24 hours, chart 1743. © Feb. 
27, 1940 ; I 26134. 

16 in. X 7.771 in. Simplex meter gal- 
lons per 24 hours, chart 1744. © Feb. 
17, 1940 ; I 26135. 

16 in. X 9 in. Simplex meter metros 
cubicos en 24 horas acueducto de pasto, 
chart 1742. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; I 26133. 

Smith, Howard B. 5336 

Smith (H. B.) nursery toddler. © 
1 c. May 3, 1940 ; I 26085. 

Snyder, Wilbur A. 5337 

Sign holder. © 1 c. May 22, 1940 ; I 
26115. 

Spalding (A. G.) & bros., Div. of Spald- 
ing sales Corp. 5338 
Don't I treat you nice? © May 2, 

1940 ; K 45606. 

Sparger, Haywood Merritt. 5339 

Constant temperature fluid nozzle. 
© 1 c. May 3, 1940 ; I 26071. 

Spencer, Josephine M. 5340 

Where were you all night. © 1 c. 
May 14, 1940 ; J 30286. 

Standard brands, inc. 5341 

That terrible cake spoiled the effect 
of my whole dinner ! © Apr. 21, 1940 ; 
K 45578. 

Stiles, James. 5342 

Combination dryer. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26072. 

Stoops, Mayme P. 5343 

Tyson (Bill) old Indian scout and 
fighter. © May 11, 1940 ; J 30330. 

Stroud, Voet E. 5344 

Hydraulic drive. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26087. 

Stucky, Obed W. 5345 

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet. © 
May 1, 1940 ; K 45671. 

Superior coach corp. 5346 

Extra value. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940; 
J 30215. 



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pt. IV, n. s,, V. 35 



Swift, Godwin Bourne. 5347,5348 

Damien's {Father) church, B. — 

Damien's {Father) grave, B. © Apr. 

9, 1940 ; J 30237, 30238. 

Swift & CO. 5349, 5350 

Proof upon proof. Here's the proof. 

© 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940 ; J 30211. 

Science comes to selling. Help the 

dealer buy. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940; J 

30213. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 5351-5355 
Tag chart, A-40-5-9, CV-175-25-128, 

RA-10-30-9, SPV-170-70-8. © Apr. 

22, 1940 ; I 26010-26013. 

RVM-125-220-127. © May 22, 

1940 ; I 26230. 

Taylor instrument cos. 5356-5359 

Taylor chart, 381. © Apr. 24, 1940; 

I 26034. 
Taylor recording pressure gauge 

chart, 5600. © Apr. 12, 1940 ; I 26033. 

Taylor i/ chart, OP2753.— Taylor re- 
cording thermometer chart, OP1656. 
© Apr. 18, 1940; I 26035, 26036. 

Teich (Curt) «& co., inc. 5360-5381 

Greetings from : 

Evansville, Ind., 9A-H1845. © 
Dec. 14, 1939 ; K 45610. 

Kansas, 9A-H1572. © Oct. 16, 
1939 ; K 45564. 

Maine. 9A-H1129. © Nov. 10, 
1939 ; K 35565. 

Marquette, Mich., 9A-H2024. © 
Nov. 30, 1939 ; K 45614. 

Montana, 9A-H1249. — Nebraska, 
9A-H1250.— N orth Dakota, 9A- 
H1248.— South Dakota, 9A-H1247.— 
Happy birthday! 9A-H1107. © Aug. 

10, 1939 ; K 45672-45676. 

New Hampshire, 9A-H1458. — ^Vin- 
cennes, Indiana, 9A-H1832. © Nov. 
14, 1939 ; K 45576, 45577. 

Newport, R. I., 9A-H1914. © Nov. 
21, 1939 ; K 45613. 

The redwoods of California, 9A- 
H2568. © Feb. 27, 1940 ; K 45737. 

Santa Cruz, California, 9A- 
H2583.— Wausau, Wisconsin, OB-H182. 
© Feb. 28, 1940; K 45738, 45739. 

Stroudsburg, Pa. © Dec. 28, 1939 ; 
K 45601. 

Vermont, 9A-H1960. © Dec. 11, 
1939 ; K 45611. 

Lassen volcanic national park, D6199, 
D-6200. © Feb. 13, 1940; K 45736, 
45740. 



Rock City gardens, Lookout Moun- 
tain, D-6168, D-6169. © Jan. 11. 
1940 ; K 45734, 45735. 

Sand in my shoes, 9A-H2062. © 
Dec. 22, 1939 ; K 45612. 

Thompson (Anson W.) co. 5382 

Ole Miss rebels. © May 6, 1940; K 
45609. 

Thompson, G. Harold. 5383 

Cape Cod northwood oil station. © 
1 c. May 31, 1940 ; I 26222. 

Tichnor bros., inc. 5384,5385 

Holm (Eleanor) New York World's 

fair. © May 13, 1940 ; K 45660. 

Rose (Billy), New York World's 

fair, 68859. © May 13, 1940 ; K 45623. 

Townsend, Charles F. 5386 

Taft (Robert A.) © 1 c. May 20, 
1940 ; J 30336. 

Trevor, Doris E. 5387 

Gum massagilator for use on tooth- 
brush handle. © 1 c. May 20, 1940 ; I 
26106. 

Underwood, Gilbert Stanley. 5388 

Devonshire gardens group houses. © 
1 c. May 24, 1940 ; I 26181. 

United States pipe & foundry co. 5389 
U. S. cast iron pipe. © Feb. 28, 
1940 ; K 45661. 

Upham, Mina Gertrude. 5390 

Silentshade. © 1 c. May 3, 1940; I 
26077. 

Verhalen, John Joseph. 5391-5396 

Safe tray : 
Model A, 1-3.— Model B, 1-3. © 
1 c. each Apr. 13, 1940 ; J 30271-30276. 

Victor brewing co. 5397-5400 

Beats feudin' all hollow ! © May 15, 
1940 ; K 45667. 

From a huff to a huddle. © May 8, 
1940 ; K 45615. 

It was a flop until ... © May 1, 
1940 ; K 45552. 

Miss Frostbite gets her man. © Apr. 
24, 1940 ; K 45523. 

Wagner, Raymond L. 5401 

Calculating device for plumbers, 
steamfitters and tradesmen. © 1 c. 
May 25, 1940; 1 26238. 

Wakamiya, Katushi. 5402 

Drum type can opener. © 1 c. May 
16, 1940 ; I 26167. 



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5419 



Waldron, Edith. 5403 

Queen and babies. © 1 c. May 25, 
1940 ; J 30391. 

Walsh, Frank William. 5404,5405 

Walsh's furniture perspective skele- 
ton, using 30°/60° foreshortening scale, 
27. — Walsh's interior decorator's per- 
spective skeleton using height and 
width foreshortening scales, 29. © Oct. 
16, 1939 ; I 26122, 26123. 

Walter, Darwin R. sr. 5406 

Junior car seat. © 1 c. May 16, 
1940 ; I 26209. 

Walton, John R. 5407 

Internal combustion rotary engine. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26173. 

Ward (Montgomery) & co. 5408 

It can happen to you. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1940 ; J 30212. 

Watts, John T. 5409 

Problem of the sun spots. © 1 c. 
Apr. 27, 1940; I 26000. 

Wellman, R. E. 5410 

Safe driver. © May 2, 1940; K 
45608. 

Wenaas, Harold. 5411 

Perfect side strap. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26063. 



Wessig, August. 5412 

Wessig (August), lecturer, inventor, 
designer and author. © 1 c. May 8, 
1940 ; J 30416. 

Willis, W. C. 5413 

Cigarette ash tray and extinguisher. 
© 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26164. 

Willson, Margaret. 5414 

Pictorial drawing of flooding or five 
spotting of oil sand to increase pro- 
duction. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1940 ; I 25960. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc. 5415 

Natural vitamin D vehicle for babies 

and children. © May 1, 1940 ; J 30222. 

Woodburn, Thomas B. 5416 

Defend your country, P-25-RPB. © 
May 20, 1940 ; K 45699. 

Workman, Joe. 5417 

Weatherproof label holder for 

flowers. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1940 ; I 26001. 

Young, Nina Nicol. 5418 

Dental day and night parking lot. © 
1 c. May 7, 1940 ; I 26026. 

Zimmer, Henry John, 5419 

Milk bottle protector. © 1 c. May 
13, 1940 ; I 26114. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940; 

Reproductions of works of art (including 32 one-copy entries).— 152 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 725 one-copy entries) 1, 232 

Photographs (including 365 one-copy entries) — 795 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 551 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries-— — - - 1, 931 

Total. 4,110 



105 



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NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [5419 



Clark, Joseph Virgil. 1 

New measurement of the earth, 
everything below sea level. © Joseph 
Virgil Clark, Ann Arbor. R 86813, Apr. 
17, 1940. 



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1940 

NEW SERIES, VOLUjVIB 35 

No. 6 



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THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged in two 
alphabets of proprietors, as follows : 

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identifying reproductions deposited according to law with the applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
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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, Photo- 
graphs; 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 
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The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
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The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the 
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The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
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XoTicE is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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This notice includes any f Tinted and published copyright deposits, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Anderson-Friberg co. 5420-5422 

Anderson (George) Memorial: 
Pirie (James G.) family. © 1 c. 
June 20, 1940 ; G 35965. 
Kennerson (Harley) : 

Neary, 5016.— Randall, 5015. © 
June 24, 1940 ; G 36014, 36015. 

Art metal works, inc. 5423 

Kaupmann (Fred) : 

iSliniature ship model on decorative 
pedestal base, (c) 1 c. June 26, 1940 ; G 



Auriccio, Frank. 5424 

Americanism — the spirit of America 
salute to peace, (c) 1 c. June 27, 1940 ; 
G 36017. 

Ballard, Howard A. 5425 

Melillo (Joseph) : 

Strutting turkey. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; 
G 36019. 

Barnaby, Ralph Stanton.* 5426 

Sims (Admiral William S.) © 1 c. 
May 23, 1940 ; G 35918. 
Barre granite assn., inc. 5427-5433 
Comi (Al) Memorial: 

Stuart. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35979. 
Greiner ( Louis H. ) Memorial : 

Porter. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35978. 
Hebeler (Henry) Memorial: 

Thomas. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35980. 
Lovell (J. Arthur) Memorial: 
Dunn (Rev.) © Mar. 1, 1940; G 
35982. 

Marshall (Robert B.) Memorial: 
Beaudry. — McDougal. © Mar. 
1, 1940 ; G 35981, 35983. 
Russo (George R.) Memorial: 

Romeo. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; G 35984. 

Baston, Prescott W.* 5434 

Revere (Paul) © Mar. 14, 1940; G 



Beaty, Mildred. 5435 

Beaty (C. A.) : 

Zoo fountain. © 1 c. June 14, 
1940 ; G 35939. 



BeU, Charles Joseph. 5436, 5437 

Indianapolis motor speedway, 1940: 
Mays (Rex)— Riganti (Raul) © 
June 1, 1940 ; J 30485, 30486. 

Bertolucci. Harold. 5438 

Marchi (Vitalino) : 

Pelletier (Maria di S. Eufrasia) 
© June 1, 1940 ; G 35967. 

Booharin, Leo Y.* 5439 

Banner of freedom. © 1 c. July 1, 
1940 ; G 36031. 

Bosworth, Lawrence P. 5440 

Jassem (Harry D.) : 
Wake up America — preparedness 
is protection — do it now ! © 1 c. June 
22, 1940 ; G 35985. 

Bowers, Max D.* 5441 

Little Rock, Ark., in 1812. © 1 c. 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; G 36046. 

Bowles, Kate. 5442 

Anderson (Avery) : 
Crucifixion. © 1 c. June 7, 1940; 
G 35942. 
Breisach, Paul John.* 5443 

Battle of Lake Erie. © 1 c. Aug. 
9, 1940 ; G 36283. 

Brewer, Raymond Estin.* 5444 

Fighting fish cambodia. © Apr. 22, 
1940 ; G 35937. 

Browne, Belmore.* 5445 

Alaskan fiord. © 1 c. June 26, 1940 ; 
G 36016. 

Carruthers, Walter G.* 5446 

Stars moni-nite. © 1 c. May 28, 
1940 ; G 35968. 

Cloud. C. Carey.* 5447 

Washington warned us against 

Europe, once is enough. © 1 c. June 

12, 1940 ; G 36040. 

Columbia statuary co. 5448 
Martinek (Joseph) : 

Japanese figure, 404. © 1 c. June 
26, 1940 ; G 36010. 



107 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



5449 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



5455 
© May 18, 

5456 
^ June 12, 

5457 

© Sept. 7, 



Comstock, Juanita Lynette.* 5449 

Oscar. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; G 36041. 
Cross bros. co. 5450-5453 

Kenerson (H. C.) Paramount me- 
morial : 

Darwin, 5602. — Frazier, 5604. — 
Harper, 5605.— Hunter, 5603. © June 
12, 1940 ; G 35960-35963. 

Cummings, Christabel.* 5454 

Rontgen (Wilhelm Konrad) © 1 c. 

June 12, 1940 ; G 35949. 

Dallman, Otto Georg.* 

Christiansen (F. Melius) 
1940 ; G 35977. 
Daprato statutory co.* 

Via Crucis, 4760. © 1 
1940 ;G 35934. 
Deely, Mrs. J. F. 

Elwell (Roy A.) : 
Deely memorial, 46191. 
1938 ; G 35938. 

i)e Pew, Frederick Gerald.* 5458 

Monticello. © 1 c. June 11, 1940; G 
35931. 

Durenceau, Andre.* 5459 

Chase. © 1 c. July 1, 1940 ; G 36030 

Eisele, Louis A.* 5460 

FAD. © 1 c. May 28, 1940 ; G 35922. 

Franco, Lewis C. 5461 

Atkins (James) : 

Lantern dining unit. © 1 c. June 

15, 1940 ; G 35941. 

Franklin foundation, inc. 5462 

Bacon (Henry) : 

Francklin chez lui a' Philadelphia, 
1787. © 1 c. June 19, 1940 ; G 35955. 

General publicity service. 5463-5467 

Guardiola (John) United we stand: 

America's salvation. — Preserve our 

democracy. — Protect our shores, vote 

straight Democratic. — Support our 

President. — Vote straight Democratic. 

© 1 c. each June 15, 1940; G 36053- 

36057. 

Giesen, Otto.* 5468 

My yoke is easy and my burden light. 
© 1 c. May 31, 1940 ; G 35927. 

Guenther, Lambert* 5469 

World's fair of 1940 in New York. © 
1 c. June 18, 1940 ; G 35969. 

Guggenheim, Samuel William. 5470 

Berardi (Albert) : 

On the spur of the moment serve 
Spur, etc. © 1 c. July 8, 1940 ; G 36061. 



Guild. 5471-5476 

Matchitt (Marion H.) : 

Camel. — Donkey. — Elephant. © 1 
c. each May 13, 1940 ; G 36021-36023. 

Dog. — Penquin. — Squirrel. © 1 c. 
each June 28, 1940 ; G 36034-36036. 



Hahn, Lotta Beate. 
Bartning (Ursel) 
Garden clock. 
G 35799. 

Hammaker bros. 



5477 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1940 ; 

5478 



Grada (John Frank) : 

Janes memorial. © 1 c. June 29, 
1940 ; G 36029. 



5479 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1940; G 



Hedge, Dee.* 
Safety first. 
35954. 

Helffrich, James F.* 5480 

America — united we stand. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1940 ; G 35926. 

Herzel, Paul.* 5481 

Bucephalus. © June 12, 1940; G 
36044. 

High, E. Nelson. 5482 

Deacy (William H.) : 

Windisch memorial, 102. © 1 c. 
May 1, 1940 ; G 36026. 

Hixson, Merrel E.* 5483 

Traffic-court. © 1 c. May 17, 1940; 
G 35948. 

Hodgdon, Raymond F.* 5484 

One hundred percent American. © 
1 c. June 19, 1940 ; G 36004. 

Houston safety league.* 5485 

Jimmy Blue. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1940; 
G 35888. 

Joffe, Mark S.* 5486 

Seder. © 1 c. June 20, 1940 ; G 35966. 

Jones bros. co. 5487 

Braun (Carl Conrad) : 

Memorial, 1380. © May 10, 1940 ; 

G 35970. 

Kaufman, Solomon P.* 5488-5492 

I love America. — Maternal joy. — Miss 

Liberty. — Stars and stripes. © 1 c. 

each June 19, 1940 ; G 36005-36008,. 
Rosebud child. © 1 c. June 21, 1940 ; 

G 35964. 

Kilbert, Robert P.* 5493 

Washington, the master. © 1 c. July 
3, 1940 ; G 36052. 

King, Jewel W.* 5494 

Travel. © 1 c. July 2, 1940 ; G 36038. 



108 



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no. 6. 1940 



Knovich, Virginia.* 5495 

Just-a-line news. © 1 c. June 17, 
1940 ; G 36043. 

Larsen, Horace Adolphus.* 5496-5498 
Abide in me. © June 15, 1940; G 
35999. 

Be ye steadfast, unmovable, always 
abounding in the work of the Lord. — 
For God so loved the world that He 
gave His only begotten Son that whoso- 
ever believeth on Him should not per- 
ish but have everlasting life. © June 1, 
1940 ; G 36000, 36001. 

Lroy, John Howard.* 5499,5500 

Gordon memorial. © 1 c. July 8, 
1940 ; G 36060. 

Marcus, memorial. © 1 c. June 24, 
1940 ; G 35996. 

Maltby, Willis E.* 5501, 5502 

Memorial : 
Hori (Satoko) — Nozawa (Hat- 
suki) © 1 c. each June 18, 1940; G 
35951, 35952. 

Marr & Gordon, inc. 5503 

Carter (Edward S.) : 

Smith mausoleum. © 1 c. May 13. 
1940 ; G 35889. 

Mars (Nick)* 5504 

Einstein (.Alfred) © 1 c. June 6, 
1940 ; G 35890. 



Mead, Ben Carlton.* 



5505-5507 



Bivins (Lee) — Boothill cemetery at 
Tascosa, Texas. — Dipping cattle at the 
LX corral. © 1 c. each June 21, 1940 ; 
G 35986-35988. 

Melrose granite co. 5508-5513 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Bancroft, 4058.— Barker, 1209.— 
Hampden, 1207.— Harpster, 1206.— Red- 
man, 1208.— Wistar, 4059. © June 13, 
1940 ; G 35971-35976. 

Merjech, Carmen.* 5514-5516 

Ma. — Mexican. — Pa. © 1 c. each May 
22, 1940 ; G 35928-35930. 

Mills, Edna Clark.* 5517-5518 

Clemens (Samuel Langhorne) — 

Pears. © July 2, 1940; G 36047, 36048. 

Milne (Alex) granite co. 5519,5520 
, Kenerson ( Harley C. ) Memorial : 

Darwin, 523. — Ramsey, 524. © 
June 17, 1940 ; G 35957, 35858. 

Monsam, Henry.* 5521 

Forecast. © 1 c. June 28, 1940; G 
36025. 



Moulin, Gabriel. 5522, 5523 

Mitty {Archbishop) 1, 2. © May 11, 
1940 ; J 30496, 30497. 

Osborne co. 5524, 5525 

Mozert (Zoe) : 
Head and shoulders of young girl. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1940 ; G 35892. 
Smith (Henry P.) : 
Gray morning in New Jersey. © 
1 c. June 6, 1940 ; G 35891. 

Pamphilon, Arthur.* 5526 

When purple morning breaketh. © 
1 c. May 6, 1940 ; G 35923. 

Paris etching soc. 5527-5545 

Barnaix (R.) : 

Vallee (The valley) , 61. © June 4, 
1940 ; G 35869. 
Francois ( — ) : 

Clochetons (The towers) 33.— 
Digue (The little dyke) 36.— Passage 
( The crossing) 32. — Printemps 
( Spring ) 34.— Reflets ( Reflections ) 
35.— Relais (The hamlet) 31. © June 
4, 1940 ; G 35870-35875. 
Wood (Paul) : 

Au gite (The arrival) All. — Berger 
allemand (Police dog on field) A4. — 
Bergers (Police dogs) A2. — Canard 
(Wild duck) A8.— En fuite (Escape) 
A9.— Envolee (Flying off) A12.— 
Etonnement (Astonishment) A5. — 
Faisan (Pheasant) A7. — Pointer et 
canard (Pointer and wild duck) AlO. — 
Setter anglais (English setter) A3. — 
Setters, Al. — Surprise, A6. © June 4, 
1940 ; G 35876-35887. 

Patrick, Frank Henry. 5546-5549 

Patrick (Frank Vincent) : 

California, son of the sea. — High 
(Chester Wallace) © 1 c. each July 
8, 1940 ; G 36058, 36059. 

Man aspires. © 1 c. June 28, 1940 ; 
G 36024. 

Missouri lad. © 1 c. June 28, 1940 ; 
G 36020. 

Person, C. E. 5550 

Cox (Jess) : 

Temptation. © 1 c. June 22, 1940 ; 
G 36018. 
Piecuch, Frank A.* 5551 

Pals o' the range. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 
1940 ; G 36002. 

Reddy Kilowatt. 5552 

Collins (AshtonB.) : 

Electricity is cheap — cold or hot 
switch to Reddy Kilowatt. © June 3, 
1940 ; G 35959. 



109 



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5553 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Redling, George.* 5553 

Color sketch for proposed Christmas 

diorama. © 1 c. June 8, 1940 ; G 35921. 

Richardson, Herbert & Ramsey, Harry.* 

5554 
Wiz Powers, Gail, Tom, Capt. Allen, 
erupting volcano, invisible sub-plane, 
etc. © 1 c. May 18, 1940 ; G 36039. 

Rosenberg, Heinz.* 5555-5583 

Aspect of orange-headed audience. — 
Grape-headed conductor. — Pear-headed 
violinist. © 1 c. each May 18, 1940 ; G 
35943-35945. 

Singing peach. © 1 c. Apr. 23, 1940 ; 
G 35946. 
Rox (Henry) : 

Adam and Eve under applemade 
tree and snake. — Aspect of maize cob 
as maiden. — Bananamade pigs. — Can- 
dle as congratulator. — Captain Onion. — 
Chrysanthemum-lion and dompteuse. — 
Cigarette organ. — Cigarettes as shin- 
bone-guards. — Dancing twinbottles. — 
Eggs termination. — Fish waitress. — 
Flower-telephone. — Fruit headed cou- 
ple on sofa. — Girl with lily-hat. — Half- 
figure of lemon-headed girl with 
squeezer-hat. — Loving fruit couple 
drinking grapefruit-juice. — Mr. Pineap- 
ple watering his pet-plant. — Mr. Pine- 
apple's pet-plant. — Pear-headed painter 
pulling brush from his head. — Sand- 
wichmade sandwichmen. — Strawberry- 
guards. — Tomato-bagpiper. — Tomato- 
headed bather under sunflower. — Vege- 
table dish as hat. — Walnut-boxer. © 1 
c. each June 7, 1940 ; G 35893-35917. 

Roth, Lawrence.* 5584 

Commandments of God. © 1 c. June 
21, 1940; G 35995. 

Runge, Julius H. 5585 

Knott (John) : 
Faster than a train — smoother than 
a plane. © 1 c. June 14, 1940; G 
35950. 

Safford, Ruth Perkins. 5586-5588 

Lee mansion : 
Front view. — Slave quarters. — 
West facade. © 1 c. each June 24, 
1940 ; G 36011-36013. 

Sawyer, Thomas B.* 5589 

Palmcrist. Democratic patrizen — 

combine — . © 1 c. June 14, 1940; G 

35940. 

Schettler, Amanda.* 5590, 5591 

Carrots. © 1 c. June 6, 1940; G 

36028. 

Sandy. © 1 c. June 24, 1940; G 

36027. 



Seid, Frederick. 5592 

Ryker (DaleOdell) : 

Pierre. © 1 c. May 31, 1940; G 
35935. 

Shaw, Harold E.* 5593 

Even an 1-e-fant sometimes makes an 
[ass] of itself. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; 
G 35953. 

Smith, Earl Houser.* 5594 

Edison (Thomas Alva) © 1 c. Mar. 
22, 1940 ; G 35936. 

Spear, Winnie M.* 5595 

Tribulation. © 1 c. June 4, 1940; 
G 35920. 

Stiner, Walter & Shure, Guinette.* 

5596 
Behind the easel. © 1 c. May 27, 
1940 ; G 35947. 

Studio of word portraits. 5597 

Cotter (EarlR.) : 

Reverse drawing of open hand, 
with reverse (silhouette) profiles — man 
and woman. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; G 
35932. 

Turner, Ruth.* 5598 

Lillipooch. © 1 c. June 8, 1940; G 
35919. 

Usle & Perojo granite co. 5599 

Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
Martin, 5007. © June 17, 1940 ; G 
35956. 

Vazah, inc. 5600-5605 

Scovil (Cora) : 
Sitting man, M-68. — Standing lady, 
775, 990.— Standing man, M-67, M-67B, 
69. © 1 c. each June 22, 1940 ; G 35989- 
35994. 

Vermont marble co. 5606, 5607 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 
Thompson, D10-01059A, DIO- 
01059B. © June 18, 1940; G 35997, 
35998. 
Weatherbee, Francis Eugene.* 5608 

Daydreams. © 1 c. July 3, 1940 ; G 
36045. 
Weber, Christian.* 5609, 5610 

No land so great, America, no land so 
free. — Rock of freedom our faith. 1620. 
© 1 c. each June 10, 1940; G 35924, 
35925. 
Whitlock, George E. 5611, 5612 

McClure (Robert Edwards) : 

Give a job, the American way. — 
Make your money work, the American 
way. © 1 c. each May 17, 1940; G 
36037, 36038. 



110 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 6, 1940 



5616 



Winner (Fred) inc. 5613 

Ericson (Alvern R.) : 
Navigator wholesale fish distribu- 
tors. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; G 35933. 



Wolslagel memorials. 5614-5616 

Wolslagel (Chas.) Memorial: 
Deitrick. — Gibbons. — Hammer. © 
1 c. each July 5, 1940; G 36049-36051. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 1.506 



111 



PAINTINGS, OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWEr> UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5616 



DeLand (Clyde O.) 1, 2 

Congratulating Lincoln upon his nom- 
ination to the presidency. R 88551, 
June 7. 1940. 



Paul Jones unfurling his flag on the 
Ranger. R 88552, June 7, 1940. 
© Clyde O. Deland, Philadelphia. 



112 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Abeles, Leo M. 5617 

We are American citizens ; we be- 
lieve in the American way of life. God 
bless America. © June 3, 1940; K 
45977. 



Alexander. William Mercer. 



5618 



Morning flight © May 9, 1940; J 
30489. 

Albeit, William J. 5619 

Automatic ball return bowling alley. 
© 1 c. May 15, 1940 ; I 26331. 

Allied mills, inc. 5620 

Minnie the mink says : Wow ! I've got 
decuplets. © June 5, 1940 ; K 45982. 

Alpha iota. Alpha beta & Peoria 
alumnae chapters. 5621 

Internation convention. Alpha iota. 

July 4^7, 1940, Chicago, Illinois. © 

June 7, 1940 ; K 45874. 

American automobile assn.. Safety & 
traffic engineering dept. 5622-5624 
Bicycle drivers — obey motor traffic 

rules. © Mar. 6, 1940; K 45869. 
Play where it's safe. © May 7, 1940 ; 

K 45868. 

Skate in safe places. © Apr. 12, 

1940 ; K 45867. 

American distributing corp. 5625 

I joined the Golden rule club. © 
June 3, 1940 ; K 46024. 

American stove co, 5626 

Doctor's shouldn't have jealous 
wives ! © May 20, 1940 ; K 45795. 

Anderson, Louis James. 5627 

Automatic heat booster. © 1 c. June 
22, 1940 ; I 26425. 

Andreotti, Mel. 5628 

Fast chair rung holder. © 1 c June 
12, 1940 ; I 26395. 

Andrews, H. Irving. 5629 

Degermer-cooler. © 1 c. June 12, 
1940 ; I 26399. 



Arbeit, Amelia U. 5630 

Movie production studio in New 
York. © 1 c. June 14, 1940 ; I 26375. 

Arens, Edna Hale. 5631 

Double-thread line splice connector. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26253. 

Ashley (David) inc. 5632. 5633 

Half-way house; by William Shay- 
er. — Old Surrey; by R. Paul. © June 
17, 1940 ; H 1691, 1692. 

Autrey, Gene. 5634-5645 

Gene Autry rides. © Jan. 14, 21, 

Mar. 10, 17, 24, 31, Apr. 7, 14, 21, 28, 

1940 ; K 45554-45563. 

Same. © May 5, 19, 1940; K 

46057, 46058. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co. 5646-5672 

How to bowl a game each week free ! 
© Jan. 27, 1940 ; K 45755. 

How to get a new necktie every 
month free ! © Jan. 30, 1940 ; K 45756. 

Same. © Feb. 24, 1940; K 

45762. 

How to get a $1000.00 life insurance 
policy free ! © Feb. 29, 1940 ; K 45764. 

How to get gasoline free ! © Feb. 
13, 1940 ; K 45757. 

How to get the youngster's shoes 
free ! © Feb. 17, 1940 ; K 45759. 

How to get your chewing gum free! 
© Feb. 22, 1940 ; K 45761. 

How to get your daily newspaper 
free ! © Jan. 16, 1940 ; K 45751. 

Same. © Mar. 2, 1940 ; K 45765. 

How to get your haircuts free! © 
Feb. 20, 1940 ;K 45760. 

How to get your razor blades free! 
© Jan. 23, 1940 ; K 45754. 

How to get your shaving cream free ! 
© Feb. 15, 1940 ; K 45758. 

How to get your tooth paste free ! © 
Jan. 20, 1940 ; K 45753. 

How to see a movie every week. © 
Feb. 27, 1940 ; K 45763. 



113 



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5673 



pt, nr, n. s., V. 35 



Axton-Fisher tobacco co. — Continued. 

How to see a movie every week free ! 
© Jan. 18, 1940 ; K 45752. 

It's just libie getting camera films 
free! © Apr. 12, 1940; K 45774. 

It's just like getting every third pack- 
age of cigarettes free. © Mar. 6, 1940 ; 
K 46074. 

It's just like getting fishing tackle 
free. © Mar. 29, 1940; K 46075. 

It's just like getting gasoline free! 
© Mar. 13, 1940 ; K 45767. 

It's just like getting magazines free ! 
© Apr. 19, 1940 ; K 45775. 

It's just like getting new books free ! 
© Mar. 27, 1940 ; K 45771. 

It's just like getting new playing 
cards free! © Apr. 3, 1940; K 45772. 

It's just like getting several maga- 
zines free ! © Mar. 22, 1940 ; K 45770. 

It's just like getting shaving cream 
free ! © Apr. 10, 1940 ; K 45773. 

It's just like getting suits cleaned 
free ! © Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 45766. 

It's just like getting your chewing 
gum free! © Mar. 20, 1940; K 45769. 

It's just like seeing a movie every 
week free ! © Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 45768. 

Baker, Lin E. 5673 

Impeller-propeller. © 1 c. June 28, 
1940 ; I 26438. 

Barnes, William P. 5674 

Eraser and pencil holder. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26324. 

Barrow, Fred Evans. 5675 

Sealed ray bulb. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; 
I 26307. 

Beeler, John G. & Burgenheim, Frank 
B. 5676 

Combination casement and double- 
hung window sash, © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26318. 

Beidler-Viken, inc. 5677, 5678 

Faddis (W. S.), 3536-7, 3536-9. © 

1 c. each June 15, 1940 ; J 30510, 30511. 

Biederman furniture co. 5679 

Biederman's complete 3 room outfit. 
© June 9, 1940 ; K 45996. 

Bingell, Ferdinand W. 5680 

Window cleaning machine. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26313. 

Bishof, Bernard G. 5681 

Heater and fuel economizer. © 1 c. 
June 18, 1940 ; I 26386. 



Bissell carpet sweeper co. 5682-5686 
Early bird. — Jungle fun. — Lion and 
mouse. — Pussy cat. — Rover. © Apr. 10, 
1940 ;K 46027-^6031. 

Bjorklund, Oscar W. 5687 

Centrifugal converter. © 1 c. June 

3, 1940 ; I 



Blake, Samuel & Blake, Charles T. W. 

5688 
Unbreakable windproof clothespin. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26409. 

Booker T. Washington sales agency. 

5689 
Booker T. Washington sales agency. 
© June 1, 1940 ; K 45978. 

Bowman studios. 5690 

God bless America. © June 7, 1940 ; 

K 45993. 

Bradford, Homer T. 5691 

Butte at night. © 1 c. May 11, 1940 ; 

J 30499. 

Brechbill, S. S. 5692 

Grape fruit knife. © 1 c. June 14, 
1940 ; I 26336. 

Brewer, Walter T. 5693 

Crocheting and knitting reel. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1940 ; I 26391. 

Bridenbucher, Mary D. 5694 

Mechanical wrinkle remover used for 
removing wrinkles from the face by 
pulling the skin tight at temples. © 
1 c. June 28, 1940 ; I 26432. 

Bristol CO. 5695-5703 

Bristol's combined record meter chart, 
F41015. — Bristol's recorder chart, 5305, 
11039, 55033.— Bristol's recording ther- 
mometer, 01047. © Mar. 28, 1940; I 
26267-26269, 26273, 26274. 

Bristol's recorder chart, 55035, 55037. 
© May 16, 1940 ; I 26275, 26276. 

55036, 55038. © May 9, 1940; 

I 26270, 26271. 

Brown, Mary McKelvey. 5704, 5705 

Compressed air supply for scalp 

cooler. — Scalp blower and improvement. 

© 1 c. each June 3, 1940 ; I 26308, 26309. 

Brown instrument co. 5706-5716 

Brown instrument co. chart, 1862B. 
©May 7, 1940; I 26342. 

12519, 12616. © Apr. 30, 1940 ; 

I 26337, 26338. 

12537. © May 13, 1940 ; I 26340. 

12568. © Apr. 24, 1940 ; I 26257. 

12615. © Apr. 22, 1940 ; I 26259. 



114 



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no. 6, 1940 



5782 



Brown instrument co, flow meter 

chart, 12080. © Apr. 5, 1940; I 26258. 

12086. © Apr. 29, 1940 ; I 26354. 

12087, 12088, 12090. © May 1, 

1940 ; I 26339, 26341, 26343. 

Busk, Harold & Brus, Hubert. 5717 
Folding tractor lugs. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26280. 

Busker, Frank D. 5718 

Combination dentrifice dispenser, 
toothbrush and tumbler holder. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1940 ; I 26415. 

Calvacca, Joseph. 5719 

New type airplane propellers. © 1 c 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26300. 

Chadwick, Oliver V. 5720 

Nuts. © June 21, 1940 ; K 46007. 

Chart makers. 5721 

Old age benefits under the federal 

social security act. © June 7, 1940; 

K 45796. 

Cheetham, Margaret Bowen & Hamp- 
ton, Frank. 5722 
Combination sled attachment. © 1 c. 

June 12, 1940 ; I 26414. 

Christensen, Lewis. 5723 

Automatic tap for couplings. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26291. 

Cimini, Pasquale L. 5724 

Movie actors complete university. © 
1 c. June 28, 1940 ; I 26436. 

Clark, Joshua B. 5725 

House — is building for — . © May 
31, 1940 ; K 45972. 

Clark, Lyle W. 5726 

Automatic coin purse. © 1 c. June 
12, 1940 ; I 26394. 

Clark's tours. 5727-5776 

Animal market, San Francisco El 
Alto, Guatemala, OB267-N.— Bathing 
at Sulphur Springs, San Cristobal, 
Totonicapan, Guatemala, OB269-N. — 
Indian girls, San Pedro Laguna, Guate- 
mala, OB275-N. — Indian mayor, Todos 
Santos, Guatemala, OB271-N.— Indian 
mother, Santa Catarina Palopo, Guate- 
malo, OB272-N. — Indian woman, Agua- 
catan, Huehuetenango, Guatemala, 
OB273-N. — Indian woman, San Antonio 
Palopo, Guatemala, OB274-N.— Market 
and ruins of the Jesuits church, An- 
tigua, Guatemala, OB246-N.— Market 
scene, Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala, 
OB265-N, OB266-N.— Volcano Agua 



and Antigua (The city of ruins), 
OB262-N. © May 6, 1940; K 45807, 
45823, 45826-45828, 45830, 45832- 
45836. 

Chichicastenango, Guatemala : 

Bar room, Mayan inn, OB254-N. — 
Cofrades on way to church, OB260-N. — 
Family group, OB270-N. — Incense burn- 
ing at the Calvary church, OB247-N, — 
Indian mayor, OB249-N. — Indian mu- 
nicipality, OB252-N. — Indian proces- 
sion, OB250-N. — Indian worshipping 
at pagan shrine, Pecohil, OB251-N. — 
Indians worshipping at pagan shrine, 
Pascuel Abaj, OB253-N. — Indians wor- 
shipping at St. Thomas church, OB263- 
N. — Little pigs going to market, OB268- 
N. — Main dining room, Mayan inn, 
OB255-N. — Main entrance, Mayan inn, 
OB259-N. — Main patio, Mayan inn, 
OB257-N.— Market scene, OB261-N, 
OB-264-N.— Mayan inn, OB258-N.— 
Patio, Mayan inn annex, OB256-N. — St. 
Thomas church, OB246-N. © May 6, 
1940; K 45808-45822, 45824, 45825, 
46829, 45831. 

Indian woman, OB289-N. — Indians 
worshipping on the steps of St. Thomas 
Church, OB280-N.— Living room, May- 
an inn, OB295-N.— St. Thomas church, 
interior, OB279-N.— To market, OB291- 
N. © May 6, 1940; K 45840, 45841, 
45850, 45852, 45855. 

Guatemala : 
Arch of St. Catherine and Volcano 
Agua, Antigua, OB281-N.— Church of 
La Merced, facade, Antigua, OB287- 
N.— Church of Santa Rosa, Antigua, 
OB284-N. — Cof rade, Solola, OB294, 
N. — Convent of La Merced, interior, 
Antigua, OB286-N.— Indian boy, San 
Martin Chile Verde, OB292-N.— Indian 
carrying water, Santiago Atitlan, 
OB278-N.— Indian mother, San Cristo- 
bal Totonicapan, OB276-N. — Indian 
weaver, San Antonio Aguas Calientes, 
OB293-N.: — Indian woman, Concepcion, 
Chiquirichapa, OB288-N.— Lake Atit- 
lan, OB283-N, OB285-N.— Palace of 
the captains generals, Antigua, OB282- 
N. — Pottery carrier, Totonicapan, 
OB290-N.— Washing at public fountain, 
Patzicia, OB277-N. © May 6, 1940; 
K 45837-45839, 45842-45849, 45851, 
45853, 45854, 45856. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc. 

5777-5782 

Advanced R. O. G., span 21", length 
15", AYA-3. © Apr. 19, 1940 ; I 26347. 

Baby R. O. G., AYA-2. © Apr. 24, 
1940 ; I 26434. 



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Comet model airplane & supply co., 

inc. — Continued. 

Fuselage model, wingspan 25", length 
16", AYA-4. © Apr. 30, 1940 ; I 26345. 

Glider, span 13'', length 10", AYA-1. 
© May 15, 1940 ; I 26346. 

Outdoor fuselage, wingspan 32", 
length 24", AYA-5. © May 10, 1940; 
I 26348. 

Sailplane, wingspan 78", length 52", 
T13. © May 24, 1940; I 26344. 

Conaty, Raymond John. 5783 

Socket grip. © 1 c. May 23, 1940; 
I 26121. 

Connell, Earl G. 5784 

Combination scoop and measure. © 
1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26302. 

Continental coffee co., inc. 5785, 5786 
For repeat business. © Apr. 15, 

1940 ; K 46073. 
For repeat business, serve Continental 

coffee. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; K 46063. 

Cowan, Minnie E. 5787 

Handy spice cabinet. © 1 c. June 3, 

1940 ; I 26289. 

Cressman, Luther D. 5788 

Thaft-proof license plate protector. 

© 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26388. 

Crothers, William L. & Hornsby, 
Thomas. 5789 

United States row galley, 1814. © 

June 1, 1940 ; I 26366. 

Cunningham, Cleveland. 5790,5791 

Necktie holder and clasp. — Ringing 

mail box. © 1 c. each June 12, 1940 ; I 

26412, 26413. 

Curtis, Leonore Farber. 5792 

Dimmed spot headlight bulb. © 1 c. 

June 3, 1940 ; I 26306. 

Dalloz, Magdalen. 5793 

Safety dress hanger. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26290. 

Deister, Winfred C. & Doubleday, Vio- 
let. 5794 
American speed era silverware. © 
1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26401. 
Deming, Fred Frederick. 5795, 5796 
Bullet and projectile shell having a 
conical-shaped percussion receptor 
either invaginated into or elongated 
from the cylindrical body at its base. — 
Electric, thermostatically controlled 
fingerprint inking plate and card hold- 
er for use with new cold set process ink 
or regular letter press ink. ©3 c. each 
June 19, 1940 ; I 26357, 26358. 



De Pasquale, Frank. 5797 

Patrolman's bullet proof memo-book 
or heart protector. © 1 c. May 7, 1940 ; 
I 26332. 

Devolder, Emile. 5798-5809 

Battleground monument and North 
bridge. Concord, Mass., 318. — Captain 
Parker, Minute Man, Lexington, Mass, 
310. — Craigie-Longfellow house, Cam- 
bridge, Mass, 309. — First Parish 
church. Concord, Mass, 320. — Hancock- 
Clark house, Lexington, Mass, 314.— 
Hawthorne's home, Concord, Mass, 
316. — Home of Waldo Emerson, Con- 
cord, Mass., 315. — Louisa May Alcott 
house. Concord, Mass., 313. — Memorial 
to Minute Men, and house of Jonathan 
Harrington, Lexington, Mass., 317. — 
Minute Men, Concord, Mass., 311. — Old 
manse. Concord, Mass., 312. — Wayside 
inn, Sudbury, Mass., 308. © June 1, 
1940 ; J 30539-30550. 

DeWoskin, Philip. 5810 

Rosary. © 1 c. May 20, 1940; J 
30563. 

Dickinson, Robert L. 5811, 5812 

Birth prelude. © 1 c. June 5, 1940 ; 

I 26255. 
Birth relief, steps of delivery in ten 

panels. © 1 c. July 1, 1940 ; I 26439. 

Doherty, Raymond H. 5813-5817 

Ho-ld it ! © June 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 1940 ; 
K 45986-45990. 

Double-thread screw corp. 5818 

Double-thread expansion shield. © 
1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26252. 

Duffy, Peggy. 5819, 5820 

Sullivan (Lawrence) 1, 2. © 1 c. 
each June 19, 1940 ; J 30523, 30524. 

DuPont, Parks P. 5821 

Improved adjustable wrench. © 1 c. 
June 18, 1940 ; I 26383. 

DuPont de Nemours (E. I.) & co., inc. 

5822 

How DuPont rayon is made, viscose 
process. © June 18, 1940; I 26440. 
Durette studio. 5823 

Routhier (Rev. Louis P.) © 1 c. 
May 31, 1940; J 30522. 
Edison (Thomas A.) inc. 5824 

Edison-Hughes (Mrs. Mina M.) pre- 
senting to Spencer Tracy, as Rita John- 
son looks on, a model of Black Maria. 
© May 17, 1940 ; J 30551. 
Elser, Charles. 5825 

C E tack & nail holder. © 1 c. June 
12, 1940 ; I 26406. 



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Endicott Johnson corp. 5826 

New name comes to men's quality 
footwear retailing at $4.00. © Apr. 27, 
1940 ; K 45970. 

Evans, Mars. A. 5827 

Wrapping racks for fishing rods, that 
one thread can be wound around the 
pole in one place at one time, using 
combination of colors. © 1 c. June 28, 
1940 ; I 26433. 

Feibel (K.) ltd. 5828-5831 

Desire. — Reverie. — San Francisco 
world's fair. — Signorita. © May 1, 
1939 ; K 45797-45800. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co. 

5832, 5833 

Enviable reputation for good taste. 
© June 18, 1940 ; K 45991. 

Recommended by an impressive fol- 
lowing. © June 11, 1940 ; K 45992. 

Fell, Olive. 5834-5843 

Fall. — Gaining altitude. — Good will 
tour. — Hasty note. — Nimble Nim and 
Nu. — Spring. — Summer. — Thinking of 
you. — We are now making tracks all 
over Yellowstone national park. — Win- 
ter. © June 1, 1940 ; K 46009-46018. 

Fenn, Sudie Judie Brent. 5844 

Sudie's deluxe wonder window. © 
1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26321. 

Ferge, Max. 5845 

Utility element for baking pans. © 
1 c. May 31, 1940 ; I 26328. 

Flying stamps, inc. 5846 

Flying league of America. © June 
1, 1940 : K 45801. 



Frick collection. 



5847-5858 



Anastagi ( Vincentio) , detail of head ; 
by El Greco. — Expulsion from the tem- 
ple, detail 1-3 ; by El Greco. — Forge, de- 
tail 1-3 ; by Francisco Jose de Goya. 
© June 14, 1940; H 1697-1703. 

Jerome ( St. ) , detail, head and beard ; 
by El Greco.— Philip IV of Spain, detail 
sword hilt; by Diego Rodriguez de 
Silva y Velasquez. © June 21, 1940; 
H 1695, 1696. 

Miromesnil (Marquis de) ; by Hou- 
don. © June 15, 1940 ; H 1690. 

Samson and the Philistines; by 
Michelangelo. — Venus ; by Bologna. © 
June 13, 1940 ; H 1688, 1689. 

Friend, Ben. 5859 

God bless America, sweet land of 
liberty. © June 3, 1940 ; K 45609. 



Gariepy, Louis. 5860 

Boat. © 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26419. 

General motors sales Corp., Chevrolet 
motor div. 5861-5865 

Can Chevrolet take it ! — Comfort and 
convenience accessories. — Decade of 
development. — Know your prospect. — 
Says who? © 1 c. each June 26, 1940; 
J 30564, 30569, 30570-30572. 

General motors sales corp., Frigidaire 
div. 5866, 5867 

Cooking's fun. — Faster cooking. © 

1 c. each June 26, 1940 ; J 30566, 30567. 

Gentili, Mario. 5868 

Multiple oil filter. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26310. 

Giles, James Alvin. 5869 

National prohibition by 1944. © May 
1, 1940 ; K 46008. 

Goes, A. 5870 

Univis certificate of guarantee and 
registration. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 45806. 

Gongolsky, Chris. 5871 

Mold and method for electroforming. 
© 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26301. 

Goodman statistical pictographs. 5872 
Symbols for pictograph charts, 975. 
© May 21, 1940 ; K 45802. 

Gould, William P. 5873 

Tilt-lite. © 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 
26396. 

Graham, Walter C. 5874 

Improvements in scientific optical de- 
vices. © 1 c. June 10, 1940 ; I 26329. 

Grinnell lithographic co., inc. 5875 
Red vase ; by Osno T. Narot. © Apr. 
26, 1940 ; K 45871. 

Haas printers. 5876 

Multi-blend poster. © May 20, 1940 ; 
K 45895. 

Haberstroh, John C. 5877-5879 

Baby buffalo one-day old, Yellow- 
stone park. © June 19, 1940 ; J 30589. 
Band of sheep, Livingston, Mont. — 
Shepherd on watch. © June 10, 1940; 
J 30519, 30520. 

Halcomb, Walter C. 5880 

Safety turn. © 1 c. June 18. 1940; 
I 26387. 

Hanley (James) co. 5881-5883 

Carry your bag Mister? Tee off with 
Hanley 's © June 11, 1940; K 45877. 



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Hanley (James) co. — Continued. 

Hello Funnyface. The water has a 
lot to do with it, 19. © June 19, 1940 ; 
K 45979. 

What's sweet about me? © June 5, 
1940 ;K 45747. 

Hansen, Paul Frederick. 5884 

Monitor [Coast defence ship] Adden- 
dum. © 1 c. June 21, 1940 ; I 26367. 

Hardy, John James. 5885 

Shrimp fish lure. © 1 c. June 12, 
1940 ; I 26410. 

Hauck, Heinrich J. 5886 

Flatiron stand and cord support. © 
1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26421. 

Haviland. Ebenezer W. 5887 

Fly swatter. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 
26294. 

Hawerlander, Eberhard, 5888 

Stay with us! Peace. © May 29, 
1940 ; K 45777. 

Hawkinson (Paul E.) co. 5889 

Hawkinson buffing stand. © May 
11, 1940 ; I 26350. 

Heemann, Arthur Eugene. 5890 

Vacu-gravity liquid dispenser, no. 2. 
© 1 c. June 10, 1940 ; I 26351. 

Hemmeli, John. 5891 

Air brake rod jaws. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940; I 26292. 

Hergner, Wenzel J. 5892 

Oil burner. © 1 c. June 3, 1940; I 
26311. 

Herman, Robert F. 5893 

Electric light plug and socket. © 1 c. 
June 18, 1^0; 126377. 

Hermitage art co., inc 5894-5902 

My Christmas gift to my church, 799, 
834, 854, 860, 868.— My Easter gift to 
my church, 829, 848, 866.— Thank of- 
fering, 842. © June 8, 1940 ; K 45857- 
45865. 

Herrmann, Erich S. 5903 

Friends ; by Arthur William Davis. 
© Jan. 3, 1940 ; H 1704. 

Hodgson, Tom. 5904 

One piece box and block to open box 

and filler. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26322. 

Hoff rubber stamp co., inc. 5905 

Aquatennial in Minneapolis, where 
life begins in '40, July 20 to 28. © Apr. 
12, 1940 ; K 45994. 



Holmes co. 



5906-5918 



Nuyttens (Pierre) : 

Cathedral of Taxco-Mexico. — Cob- 
ble lane. — Famous guards of Chicago's 
art treasures. — Flower vendor. — Light- 
house on Zuider Zee. — Market day in 
old Algiers. — On the River Meuse. — 
Side entrance — Rheims cathedral. — 
Street in Flanders. — Street show. — 
Switzerland market place. — Wayside 
inn. June 11, 1940 ; K 45879-45890. 

Venetian court. © May 17, 1940; 
K 45669. 

Hubbard, Belle. 5919 

Old Main. © May 29, 1940 ; K 45749. 

Hudson, O. R. 5920 

Davis (Alta Mae) © June 10, 1940; 

K 45878. 

Hunt, Charles J. 5921 

Manuscript of The Inspired Version 
by the prophet Joseph Smith. © June 
17, 1940 ; J 30518. 

Hygrade Sylvania corp. 5922 

Amazing Hygrade miralumes make 
fluorescent big news. © June 10, 1940 ; 
K 45984. 

Hynek, Thomas E. 5923 

Cigarette receptacle. © 1 c. June 12, 
1940 ; I 26422. 

Ilg electric ventilating co. 5924, 5925 
Eventemp model 4L : 
Assembly drawing SD-6308.— In- 
stallation drawing, SD-6266. © 1 c. 
each June 19, 1940 ; I 26356, 26359. 

Irving trust co. 5926 

Business conditions — U. S. A. © 
Apr. 30, 1940 ; I 26326. 

Jackson pub. co. 5927-5930 

Pedigreed puppies, 10J18. — Souvenir 
of Chicago, 111. Well I'll be dog-gone! 
Blue ribbon winners, 10J18. — Souvenir 
of Chicago, 111. Wishing you howling 
success and happiness. It's the cat's 
meow, 10J19.— Three blind mice, 10J19. 
© June 15, 1940 ; K 46052-46055. 

Jacob, AUie. 5931 

Streamline curtain tie-back hook. © 
1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26397. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 

5932-5946 
Chassis electrical system. — Current 
and voltage regulation. — Electricity and 
the storage battery, pt. 1, 2. — Engine 
tune-up, pt. 1, 2. — Front axles and 
steering-gear. — Generator, — Ignition 
trouble. — Power transmission trouble. — 



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5993 



Safety factors. — Shock absorbers. — 
Springs. — Starting motor. — W heel 
alignment and balance. © 1 c. each 
June 29, 1940; J 30573-30587. 

Jamieson, Lucille W, 5947 

Sandra. © 1 c. June 10, 1940; J 
30521. 

Johnson, Orvel M. 5948 

Folding tent support. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26304. 

Jones, Everett. 5949 

New curtain rod slides. © 1 c. June 
18, 1940 ; I 26380. 

Jones, William H. 5950 

Disposable eye cup. © 1 c. June 12, 
1940 ; I 26400. 

Jones, William S. 5951 

Pyrex glass scissor pliers. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26288. 

Josefiak, Leon F. & Moffat, Ralph Y. 

5952 
Clothesline holder. © 1 c. June 8, 
1940 ; I 26284. 

Katz, Solomon. 5953 

Three of a kind. © May 23, 1940; 
K 45973. 

Keever starch co. 5954 

Keever sales-service man. © Jan. 
15, 1940 ; K 45873. 

Kelly, Kitty. 5955 

White perfinellos. © June 14, 1940 ; 
K 45898. 

Kempenich, Henry. 5956 

Prestolog mile-meter & cost computer. 
© Apr. 14, 1940 ; I 26260. 

Kimble glass co. 5957-5959 

Kimble assurance — annealing. © 

June 1, 1940 ; K 45985. 
Kimble glass vials carry convenience. 

© June 1, 1940 ; K 45750. 

Lactometers. © June 10, 1940; K 

45875. 

King features syndicate, inc. 5960-5979 
Dionne (Annette & Cecile) C 178.— 
Dionne (Cecile), candid 41. — Dionne 
(Emilie), click 7. — Dionne (Emilie) & 
nurse Cecile Michaud, candid 39. — 
Dionne (Marie), click 4. — Five Dionne 
quintuplets, C 177. © June 16, 1940 ; J 
Dionne (Annette, Emilie & Yvonne), 
30555-30560. 

D 97 A. — Dionne (Annette, Marie & Ce- 
cile), B 31.— Dionne (Cecile), D 97-B. 
© June 2, 1940 ; J 30552-30554. 



Dionne (Cecile), D47. — Dionne 
(Yvonne & Cecile), D50. — 5 Dionne 
quintuplets, Dl, D35, D42, D45. © 
May 26, 1940 ; J 30490-30495. 

Dionne (Emilie), D65. — Dionne 
(Marie), D64. — Dionne (Yvonne & An- 
nette) with Auntie Grace Demers, 
D61. — Five Dionne quintuplets with 
Auntie Grace Demers, D62. © June 9, 
1940 ; J 30506-30509. 

5 Dionne quintuplets, B73. © Feb. 
14, 1940 ; J 30305. 

Klossner, Harold J. 5980 

Switch box supporting clip. © June 
6, 1940 ; I 26349. 

Knudsen, Alphons Grover. 5981 

Animal trap. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; 
I 26390. 

Knutson, Glenn C. 5982 

Tractor seeder and attachment. © 
1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26392. 

Kocher, Clinton F. 5983 

Lawn and park sweeper. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1940 ; I 26405. 

Koppel, Jules G. 5984 

Studio cottage. © 1 c. May 29, 1940 ; 

I 26249. 

Kops bros., inc. 5985 

Uniting freedom and beauty. © 
June 5, 1940 ; K 45870. 

Larson, Fritz F. 5986 

Secure window lock. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26296. 

Lee's (Buck) southwestern products 
studio CO. 5987 

Old Faithful petrified log in Ari- 
zona's world famous petrified forest, 
D-6152. © Jan. 16, 1940 ; K 45969. 

Leonard, Charles H. 5988 

Repeating toy gun. © 1 c. June 12, 
1940; I 26398. 

Libby (Charles A.) & son. 5989 

Grand Coulee Dam, Wash., 18246. © 
May 8, 1940 ; J 30500. 

Life insurance co. of Virginia. 5990 
Natural bridge to security. © May 
7, 1940 ; K 46034. 

Lindholm, George P. 5991 

Pressure indicator for tires. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26285. 

Living American art, inc. 5992, 5993 
Dream ride ; by William J. Glackens, 
82. — Moonlit cove ; by Albert P. Ryder, 
83. © June 6, 1940 ; H 1693, 1694. 



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Loera, Felix, 5994 

Piano with two keyboards. © 1 c. 
June 4, 1940 ; I 26254. 

Logan, J. M. 5995 

Ice creeper. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 

26286. 

Lroy, John Howard. 5996 

Marcus memorial, 3 piece monument 
© 1 c. June 24, 1940 ; I 26371. 

Luckenbill, A. E. 5997-6001 

Cave rock, near Tomah, Wis. — Chim- 
ney rock and Column rock, near Sparta, 
Wis. — Column rock, near Sparta, Wis. — 
Fire lookout, Castle mound. Black 
River Falls, Wis. — Lupines in bloom, 
Millston, Wis. © June 28, 1940; J 
30590-30594. 

McClurg (A. C.) & CO. 6002 

Honeymoon book. © May 15, 1940; 
K 45905. 

McDaniel, Edgebert Eugene. 6003 

Million dollar civic center at Lake- 
land, Florida's most picturesque city. 
© June 29, 1940 ; K 46023. 

McDermott, Julian A. 6004 

Protective devices for H-T constant 
current transformers, magnetic leakage 
type. © 1 c. June 5, 1940 ; I 26251. 

McKelvy, William Graham. 6005 

Picture of 94 Princetonians. © May 
31, 1940 ; K 45997. 

McKinley pub. co. 6006, 6007 

Australia. — United Kingdom, Eng- 
land, Scotland, Wales. © 1 c. each 
June 4, 1940 ; J 30481, 30482. 

McLean, F. W. 6008 

Plan to eliminate butt from shotguns 
and rifles. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; I 
26389. 
McNeel marble co. 6009 

Dodson family memorial. © 1 c. July 
1, 1940 ; I 26437. 

Macrae, Rodolfo Juan. 6010 

Tennis score indicator. © 1 c. June 
12, 1940 ; I 26404. 

Mc Workman, Delamar. 6011 

Cottage apartment. © 1 c. June 24, 
1940 ; I 26374. 
Makowski, John S. 6012 

Dough cutter. © 1 c. June 3, 1940; 
I 26293. 

Maritime record bureau, 6013 

Maritime identification [card] 1940. 
© Feb. 15, 1940 ; K 45748. 



Mark (George A.) yr. 6014 

Winter wonderland, lOM. © Apr. 25, 
1940 ; J 30537. 

Mayall, R. Newton. 6015, 6016 

Set me, use me, and I right well time 

tell. © Apr. 1, May 1, 1940; I 26333, 

26334. 

Meehan, Hugh H. 6017 

I spend one third my life in bed. © 

1 c. June 17, 1940 ; J 30514. 

[Memphis] commercial appeal co. 6018 
Shrine has been called the playground 
of Masonry, but it also has its serious 
side. © June 9, 1940 ; K 46039. 

Menconi, Harry E. 6019 

Noiseless pin for bowling alleys. © 
1 c. June 18, 1940 ; I 26381. 

Meyer, Adolph J. 6020 

Nut lock. © 1 c. June 3, 1940: I 

26319. 

Meyer, Henry. 6021 

Illuminated street and road pointer. 

© 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26287. 

Michler, Don & Finn, William. 6022 
Gift-o-gram. Welcome. © Mar. 28, 
1940 ; K 45776. 

Miller, Janice F. 6023 

Bathtub back rest. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26305. 
Miller, Lloyd G. 6024 

Sweet Adeline. © 1 c. June 18, 1940 ; 
J 30513. 
Mokray, William G. 6025 

Eleanor Roosevelt hall, R. I. state 
college, Kingston, R. I. © June 17, 
1940 ; K 45971. 
Mole, Arthur S. 6026 

2200 recruits under training at U. S. 
naval training station. Great Lakes, 111. 
© May 18, 1940 ; J 30487. 

Moore dry kiln co. 6027-6030 

Moore-kiln recorder chart, 516221, 
516231, 516251, 516257. © May 29, 
1940 ; I 26263-26266. 

Morford, Richmond Carson. 6031 

Solarancho. © 1 c. May 22, 1940; 

I 26119. 

Morton, Harold S. 6032 

Air duct friction. © Apr. 17, 1940; 

I 26250. 

Moss, J. Claud. 6033 

Cadle (E. Howard) — one day revival. 

May 19, 1940. © 1 c. June 18, 1940; 

J 30516. 



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Mulvihill, Bernard H. 6034 

Trisection of the angle— the St. Paul 

method. © 1 c. May 24, 1940 ; I 26370. 

Mutual benefit health & accident assn. 

6035 

Buzz saw accident, scalded, bitten by 

hog, blow-out, injured eye, axe slipped, 

[and 10 others] © May 15, 1940; K 

46026. 

National geographic society. 6036-6038 
One of the six mysterious colossal 
human heads, carved in stone, un- 
earthed in the tropical jungles of south- 
ern Mexico. — Stirling (Matthew W.) 
leader of the National geographic so- 
ciety. Smithsonian Institution archeo- 
logical expedition to Mexico, studies de- 
tails of one of the most striking sculp- 
tures found during two seasons of 
work. — This effigy of an American queen 
or priestess has lain in its stone coffin 
for more than a thousand years. © 
June 17, 1940; K 46020-46022. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 6039, 6040 

Consumption and the standard of liv- 
ing. United States, 1869-1937. © June 
7, 1940 ; I 26360. 

United States exports to specified Eu- 
ropean countries. © May 31, 1940; I 
26361. 

National tie-ins, inc. 6041 

Here's help for you modern beer and 

ale retailer. © Apr. 20, 1940 ; K 45974. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 6042-6044 
Golden carnival ; by Willard Leroy 

Metcalf. — Rural happiness ; by Henry 

Inman. © May 25, 1940 ; H 1705, 1706. 
Red and white hydrangea, 546; by 

Frans Oerder. © May 18, 1940; H 

1708. 

Newell, Elizabeth. 6045 

Home of Paul Dresser. © Apr. 20, 
1940 ; K 45893. 

Nichols, James A. 6046 

Combination calendar and clock. © 
1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 26303. 
Nienstedt, Fred. 6047 

Pontiac trading post. © 1 c. June 
14, 1940 ; J 30517. 
Nix, Marvin. 6048 

Tensiometer. © 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; 
I 26393. 
Norcross. 6049-6118 

After serious reflection I've decided 
to say just a big Merry Christmas, 1. — 
Christmas spirit, 9. — Greetings and 



best wishes for a load of happiness ! 
10. — I hope nobody's been ahead of me 
to wish you Merry Christmas, 2. — I 
know it's here, 7. — I'm ready! 11 — 
It'll soon be over — , 3. — It's here, 4. — 
Just waitin', 8. — Listen ! 5. — Merry 
Christmas and of course — a Happy New 
Year all the way through, 12. — Oh ! Now 
I wish you Merry Christmas, 6. © 
Mar. 2, 1940 ; K 45924-45935. 

Best wishes for Easter, 15E33.— 
Dear Valentine. On Valentine's day 
and every day all the whole year 
through . . . , 10V27. — Dear Valentine 
the love this message brings to you is 
very tender, deep and true, 10V28. — 
Don't want to be a wall flower left sit- 
ting on the shelf, 10V19. — Easter greet- 
ings, 10E208. — Easter greetings to wish 
you joy and happiness not only once 
but twice . . . , 5E41. — Easter message, 
15E32. — Every dog has his day, 
5V129. — For my brother's birthday, 
10B819.— For my girl friend, 15V451.— 
For my sweetheart. My own dear val- 
entine, 100V21.— For the dearest wife 
in the world with love, 50V404. — For 
you mom, 15V425. — Got my ears open 
for any proposals ! 15V122. — Happy 
birthday father, 15B720.— Happy birth- 
day nephew, 10B913. — Happy Easter, 
10E209.— H a p p y Easter brother, 
15E429. — Happy Easter to mom and 
pop ! 15E424. — Having you for a dad 
is the best luck I've had! 25V415.— 
Hi there! Happy Easter, 10E57.— Hi 
Toots ! 25V104.— Honest Injun ! 
5V125. — Hope your anniversary finds 
you riding high, 25W453. — Hope you're 
off to a grand St. Patrick's day, 
10SP14. — I nude it was your birthday ! 
10B1033. — I wouldn't tel-e-phoney story, 
5V116. — I'm all steamed up over you, 
10V134. — I'm just screwy over you, 
25V103. — I'm ready to be swept right 
off my feet, Valentine, 15V129.— It isn't 
your friendly ways alone — , 15V27. — 
I've got what it takes Valentine, 
15V125. — Just somebody waiting for 
somebody, 10V139. — Loving valentine 
for you because you're very dear to me, 
35V19. — Now I lay me down to sleep — , 
10V137. — Oh Valentine don't say neigh ! 
5V120. — Oh Valentine you're a swell 
catch ! 15V132. — Sweetheart forever 
yours, 50V10. — These lines I send to 
you dear friend, 15V25. — To that won- 
derful mother of mine, 25V413. — Valen- 
tine book of memories for old times' 
sake, 25V41. — Valentine, dear aunt es- 
pecially for you, 10V435. — Valentine 
for a swell brother, . . . , 10V422.— Val- 
entine for my brother, 25V427. — Valen- 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Norcross — Continued, 
tine for my husband from the luckiest 
girl in the world, 25V425. — Valentine 
for my husband with love, 15V434. — 
Valentine for my wife, 15V430. — Valen- 
tine — nights are so lonely! 10V130. — 
Valentine to a boy friend . . . who can't 
be matched, 15V450. — We're having a 
St. Patrick's party, 5SP9.— We're let- 
ting the grass grow under our feet — , 
5V124. — What a blow — if you say no, 
10V138.— What have you got that gets 
me? 5SP14. © June 5, 1940; K 45899- 
45919, 45936^5958, 45960-45968. 

Bobbie-Q tally.— Susie-Q tally, A-C. 
© May 5, 1940 ; K 45920-45923. 

To wish you birthday joys that last 
the whole year through, 25B59. © 
May 1, 1940 ; K 45959. 

Nugent, L. C. 6119, 6120 

Miniature model of the oral area of 
a lower human edentulous or toothless 
jaw. — Miniature model of the oral area 
of an upper human edentulous or tooth- 
less jaw and palate. © 1 c. each June 
3, 1940 ; I 26372, 26373. 

Oahu pub. CO. 6121, 6122 

Listen to the mocking bird. © Apr. 

26, 1940 ; K 45804. 

One more day. © May 2, 1940; K 

45803. 

Olsen, Niels Oscar. 6123-6125 

Broadwater — Missouri, 164. © June 

18, 1940 ; J 30561. 

Broadwater-Missouri, 167, 169. © 

June 8 ,1940 ; J 30483, 30484. 

Ombrello, Michael. 6126 

Fountain brush. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; 
I 26281. 

Osterholm, Gustave R. 6127 

Tube closure. © 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; 
I 26416. 

Ottavino, Adamo. 6128 

Asofsky memorial, 451. © 1 c. June 
29, 1940; 126435. 

Otto, Richard A. 6129 

Rear vision system. © 1 c. May 3, 
1940 ; I 26093. 

Owen-Fields, inc. 6130 

When the days are piping hot, you'll 
be wearing slacks a lot. © May 20, 
1940 ; K 46040. 

Patriotic poster service. 6131 

One ism for' America, Americanism. 
United States preferred, 774. © June 
7, 1940 ; K 45981. 



Peters, George W. 6132 

Handle for boxes or cartons. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26295, 

Pirkey, F. Z. 6133 

Photo corrector. © June 17, 1940; 
I 26355. 

Pittoff, Betty.* 6134 

Triangle. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1940; I 

26279. 

Pittsburgh equitable meter co. 6135 
Emco orifice meter chart, PE20250. 
© May 8, 1940 ; I 26272. 

Popular science pub. co., inc. 6136 
Sailing dinghy 9' 7" long.. © May 
31, 1940 ; I 26327. 

Powell, Angle W. 6137 

Golf drive-mat with sliding tee unit. 
© 1 c. June 6, 1940 ; I 26256. 

Powell, Madeline F. 6138 

Lucky 'leven game. © 1 c. June 7, 
1940 ; I 26277. 

Price, Weston A. 6139-6144 

Animal defects from foods of parents 
and mutual responsibility of both par- 
ents, 5. — Facial beauty lost in one gen- 
eration and greater injury to later born 
children, 4. — How primitive races have 
prevented tooth decay, 2. — How the 
faces of primitive races were more 
beautiful before than after moderniza- 
tion, 3. — Sketch of the primitive races 
studied, 1. © June 5, 1940; J 30501- 
30505. 

Light from primitive races on how 
mentally backward and delinquents can 
be produced, 6. © June 26, 1940; J 
30588. 

Purex Corp., ltd. 6145 

You've proved Purex the gentle 

bleach for linens. © June 3, 1940 ; K 

45866. 

Quinn, Thomas & Berkebile, Harold 
Clifford. 6146 

Lock nut device. © 1 c. June 3, 

1940 ; I 26297. 

Reading, Samuel H. 6147 

Do we want Dewey? We do! . . . 
Shake, brother; you said it! © May 
27, 1940; K 45894. 

Rechlin, G. A. 6148 

Whip master. © 1 c. June 3, 1940 ; I 
26315. 

Reeve, Herschel W. 6149 

Perma-cap. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; 
I 26402. 



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no. 6. 1940 



6197 



Reis, Leonard W. 6150 

Adjustable lamp socket. © 1 c. June 
3, 1940 ; I 26316. 

Republic flow meters co. 6151-6159 

Republic flow meters co. chart, 
60-CB-20, 70-CA-20275. © June 19, 
1940 ; I 26368, 26369. 

60-S-20-CA, 60-S-35-CA, 63- 

CA-35105, 63-CA-2001000, 63-CB- 
25150. © June 25, 1940; I 26427- 
2^131. 

63-CA-25150. © June 4, 1940 ; 

I 26325. 

68-CA-lOlO. © June 24, 1940 ; 

I 26426. 

Ritchey ptg. co. 6160-6162 

Crush the 5th column, before it 
crushes U. S., 1. — Hot-foot 5th column- 
ists, 2. — Keep U. S. American, smash 
the 5th column, 3. © June 8, 1940 ; K 
46000-46002. 

Robinson, Percy D. 6163 

Smoker's stand. © 1 c. June 12, 
1940 ; I 26420. 

Rosenwein, David. 6164 

Container to be used for candy, nuts, 
fruit and bon-bons. © 1 c. June 17, 
1940; I 26353. 

Rosenzweig, Abraham. 6165 

Can opener with spout. © 1 c. June 
12, 1940 ; I 26424. 

Rubenstein, Harry. 6166 

Don't. © 1 c. June 11, 1940 ; J 30488. 

Ruoff, Frank. 6167 

Expanding wedge. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26323. 

Sager, Inez Meta. 6168 

Carbon copies. © 1 c. June 13, 1940; 
J 30498. 

Salac, Rudolph. 6169 

Electrically charged yoke for cows. 
© 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26423. 

Schaefer, Curt C. 6170 

Filtering machine. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26282. 

Schenzinger, August R. 6171 

Device for envelopes. © 1 c. June 3, 
1940 ; I 26317. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing CO. 6172-6175 

Have you tried a bottle of Old Mil- 
waukee beer lately ? © June 11, 14, 18, 
21, 1940 ; K 46035-46038. 



Schoenrock, Otto R. 6176 

Front axle construction with hollow 
center permitting oil pan or engine to 
set into same. © 1 c. May 14, 1940; I 
26335. 

Schwab, Ernest Stevens. 6177 

Sun glare and light shield. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26283. 

Selby shoe co. 6178, 6179 

Easy on your eyes, easy on your 

purse, easy on your feet. © Mar. 3, 

1940 ; K 46076. 
I know the Styl-eez 3-star contest is 

bound to increase sales in your store. 

© Feb. 15, 1940 ; K 46070. 

Severn, Frank W. 6180 

Rotaplane. © 1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 

26408. 

Seybold, Dollie E. 6181 

Do the war dead come back? © May 
10, 1940 ; K 45872. 

Sieber, John H., jr. 6182 

Save-a-life fire alarm. © 1 c. June 
12, 1940 ; I 26411. 

Sissell, Rollo. 6183 

Sissell (Rollo) and his orchestra. © 
June 26, 1940 ; K 46019. 

Skinner & Kennedy stationery co. 6184 

American ideals — liberty, justice, hon- 
or. © June 14, 1940 ; K 46041. 

Smith, Myron Bement. 6185-6194 

Hamadan, Gunbad - i 'Alawiyyan, 
L240-27. — Iran; Isfahan provine, Bar- 
sian, L93.17. © 1 c. each June 19. 
1940 ; J 30528, 30532. 

Isfahan : 
Kaisariyyah bazar, L156.41. — Ma- 
drasa-i Madar-i Shah, Shan, L83.24.— 
Maidan-i Shah, L108.31, L116.5, 
L156.10, L157.20, L192-10.— Masdjid-i 
Djum'a, Mihrab, 955. © 1 c. each June 
19, 1940; J 30527, 30529-30531, 30533- 
30536. 

Sondey. F. 6195 

Polish allegory, 312. © May 27, 
1940 ; K 45743. 

Spalding (A, G.) & bros., Division of 
Spalding sales corp. 6196, 6197 

Board of directors goes over the 1940 

figures. © May 28, 1940 ; K 45892. 

O. K. boss — that's us right down the 
middle. © May 16, 1940 ; K 45891. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Spencer & Wyckoff. 6198, 6199 

Boulder dam, Boulder City, Nevada. 

© Dec. 2, 1939 ; J 30526. 
Estes park from Clatworthy Point. 

© May 10, 1940 ; J 30525. 

Standard brands, inc. 6200 

Why did I brag to Jim about my de- 
licious cakes? © May 5, 1940 ; K 45805. 

Stark, L. P. 6201 

Air conditioner for vehicles. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1940 ; I 26407. 

Stewart, Andrew Eustis. 6202 

Huey P. Long bridge at New Orleans. 
© 1 c. June 17, 1940 ; J 30515. 

Stroud, John L. 6203 

Old Whiz — detonator of dignity. © 
June 18, 1940 ; K 46003. 

Suit, Dewey Lambeth. 6204 

Octograph. © Apr. 28, 1940; K 
45794. 

Sutton, Ruth Haviland. 6205-6220 

Bruton Parish church. — Cape Cod 
fences. — Cape Cod harbor. — Cloisters. — 
Friends meeting house, Stuyvesant 
square. — Gait cottage from Maupin's 
garden. — In port. — Library, Hyannia. — 
Lower square. — Main and Pleasant 
streets. — Main street, Chatham. — New 
roof house, Cape Cod. — On the ways. — 
Sea captain's house and whale jawbone 
gate. — Spanish moss, Florida. — Wythe 
house. © June 1, 1940 ; K 45778-45793. 

Sylvania industrial corp. 6221-6224 
Leadership, cellophane is the leader 

of wrapping materials and Sylvania 

cellophane one of its leading brands. 

© June 10, 1940 ; K 46025. 
Nature's covering. Nature, each 

year, seals life in a protective covering, 

Sylvania cellophane. © Jan. 10, 1940; 

K 46006. 

On guard, Sylvania cellophane stands 

on guard protecting from harm the 

products which it covers. © Feb. 10, 

1940 ; K 46005. 

Our operating department sure is 
satisfied with these new Sylphcase cas- 
ings. © Jan. 27, 1940; K 46004. 

Taft, William M. & Taft, Lawrence E. 

6225 
Illuminated license plate holder and 
plate. © 1 c. May 24, 1940 ; I 26262. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 6226 

Tag chart, 500-0-CO. © June 12, 
1940 ; I 26352. 



Taylor, Henry Vester. 6227 

Mandy tree. © July 21, 1939; K 
45876. 



Taylor instrument cos. 
Taylor Chart, OP63. 
I 26365. 



6228-6231 
May 9, 1940 ; 



© May 30, 1940; I 
© June 13, 1940; I 
OP2755. © 



OP127. 

26362. 

OP1657. 

26363. 

— — Taylor Chart, 
May 10, 1940 ; I 26364. 

Teich (Curt) co., inc. 6232-6243 

Greetings from, 9A-H1688, 9A- 

H2237— 9A-H2245. © Dec. 28, 1939; 

K 46042-46051. 

Greetings from Chetek, Wisconsin, 

OB-H43. © Feb. 9, 1940 ; K 45976. 
Greetings from Salem, Oregon, 9A- 

H2534. © Feb. 13, 1940 ; K 45975. 

Tennison bros., inc. 6244, 6245 

Metal termite shield in action. A, B. 
© June 4, 1940 ; K 46032, 46033. 

Texas quarries, inc. 6246 

Proposed Munger memorial, 5B30. © 
1 c. May 21, 1940 ; I 26376. 

Theisen, Albert J. 6247 

Safety trip. © 1 c. June 18, 1940; 
I 26385. 

Thompson (Anson W.) co. 6248, 6249 
Carnegie tech [bagpiper] © June 16, 

1940 ; K 45980. 
Travel club, Conoco — South Dakota. 

© June 1, 1940 ; K 46060. 

Thompson, Arthur S. 6250 

Raise-the-roof cabin sedan. © 1 c. 
June 12, 1940 ; I 26403. 

Thompson, Juliet. 6251 

Mop bag. © 1 c. June 12, 1940; I 
26417. 

Timken-Detroit axle co. 6252 

Six wheelers push or pull. © 1 c. 
June 26, 1940 ; J 30565. 

Tisdale, William L. 6253 

Shoe repair machine. © 1 c. June 18, 
1940 ; I 26384. 

Turner, Frederick Charles. 6254 

Anchor clothes hook and hanger. © 
1 c. June 18, 1940 ; I 26382. 

Turner, Roy Thomas & Elliott, Charles 
Richard. 6255 

Life begins in '40. © June 6, 1940 ; 

K 45983. 



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6287 



United States pipe & foundry co. 

6256, 6257 

Performance is a sales argument for 
cast iron pipe. © June 1, 1940; K 
45999. 

U. S. cast iron pipe. © May 1, 1940 ; 
K 45897. 

United States rubber co. 6258-6260 

Blowouts? Wtiat d'ya mean, blow- 
outs? They scare me, Jimmy. © May 
10, 1940 ; K 45744. 

Lily May, what this country needs is 
more holidays. © May 22, 1940; K 
45746. 

Lily May, you're a scaredy cat. © 
May 17, 1940 ; K 45745. 

Upham, Veredon William. 6261 

Ride-air. © 1 c. June 3, 1940; I 
26314. 

Visking corp. 6262-6271 

Come on I Join the big Visking 
profit parade. © Mar. 5, 1940 ; K 46065. 
Same. © Mar. 22, 1940 ; K 46067. 

Guess what we have for dinner to- 
night I Skinless frankfurters, our fa- 
vorite meal of the week. © Mar. 26. 
1940 : K 46071. 

Let's take a peek, ah-h ! Skinless 
franks ! © Apr. 23, 1940 : K 46072. 

Life begins in '40. © Mar. 5, 1940: 
K 46066. 

Put oomph into your prepared meat 
sales. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; K 46069. 

She used to say . . . and send me a 
pound of frankfurters, now she says . . . 
and send me a pound of skinless frank- 
furters. © Mar. 20, 1940 ; K 46064. 

This compelling 9 product display . . . 
builds sales . . . boosts profits ! © Mar. 
5, 1940 ; K 46062. 

Visking prepared meat selling plan 
sure has put life in our sales. © Apr. 
28, 1940 ; K 46061. 

You're on your toes when you cash-in 
on the Visking 9 type prepared meat 
plan. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; K 46068. 

Wald, Frank A. 6272 

Improvement in plumbers force cup. 
© 1 c. June 18, 1940 ; I 26379. 



Walker, George Wesley. 6273 

Wilmington, Delaware. © 1 c. June 
15, 1940 ; J 30512. 

Ward (Montgomery) & co. 6274 

At your service! © 1 c. June 26, 
1940 ; J 30568. 

Warner, J. B. 6275 

High pressure centrifugal pump. © 
1 c. June 12, 1940 ; I 26418. 

Webb, N. Josephine. 6276 

Portable mixing tap for hot and cold 
water, to be made of rubber. © 1 c. 
June 7, 1940 ; I 26278. 

Webster herald corp. 6277 

100th anniversary of the town of 

Webster, N. Y. © Apr. 12, 1940; K 

45896. 

Weidemeyer, Ethel Pierce. 6278 

Icepecks. © 1 c. June 18, 1940; I 
26378. 

Wetzel, Myron J. 6279 

Hidden. © June 17, 1940 ; J 30538. 

Whitefield, Enoch Randolph. 6280 

Magic flower preserver. © Jan. 23, 
1940 ; I 26261. 

Williams, Joseph C. 6281 

Window sash lock or latch. © 1 c. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26298. 

Wilson. Lee. 

Window jambform guards. 
June 3, 1940 ; I 26320. 

Witt, Harry J. 

Field cultivator cleaner. © 1 c. June 
3, 1940 ; I 26312. 

Wolff (S. J.) & CO., inc. 6284 

Refreshing as a dip, 401^03. © Apr. 
3, 1940 ; K 46056. 

Yerex, D. Franklyn. 6285 

When twilight fell on Florida. © 
Apr. 19, 1940 ; K 45998. 

Zable, Fred Joseph. 6286 

Door handle flush with surrounding 

door. © 1 c. May 17, 1940 ; I 26330. 

Ziriax, Robert L. 6287 

Retribution. © June 20, 1940; J 

30562. 



6282 
© 1 c. 

6283 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 : 

Reproductions of works of art (including 32 one-copy entries) 172 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 861 one-copy entries)— - - 1, 427 

Photographs (including 422 one-copy entries) — 906 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 650 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries — 2, 276 

Total -- - 4,781 



1-25 



PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [6287 



Kihn bros. 

United States Capitol. 
25, 1940. 



1,2 

R 87471, May 



Vignette for bonds, stock certificates, 
diplomas and other purposes. R 87472, 
May 25, 1940. 

© Kihn bros., New York. 



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COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 

DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC 

OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS ANT) PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 



NEW SERIES, V0LU2VIE 35 

No. 7 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles 
of commercial prints and labels. These will be found at the end of each issue. 
A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including com- 
mercial prints and labels used for articles of merchandise. "©" implies copy- 
right 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. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
plete calendar year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are now as follows : 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper — - - $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps.. - - 3. 00 

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

Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions— 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, in- 
cluding Commercial Prints and Labels used for articles of merchan- 
dise - - - 2.00 

Single numbers — - — . 50 

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

All parts for complete calendar year — - 10. 00 



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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, 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 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copy- 
right if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1940. 

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 Eegister or Copyrights, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Alber studio of associated artists. 

6288, 6289 
Milligan (John) : 

United we stand — national defense, 
A, B. © 1 c. each June 15, 1940; G 
36098, 36099. 

Allemow, August.* 6290 

Food storage. © 1 c. July 5. 1940; 
G 36097. 

Barnhart, Dudley B.* 6291-6295 

Brother. — Caught in the act. — Grand- 
pa. — Junior. — Sis. © 1 c. each July 26, 
1940 ; G 36154-36158. 

Barrie, Kate Hayt.* 6296. 6297 

Baby hand, hearts at wrist. — Woman 
hand, fingers slightly bent, arrow at 
wrist. © Mar. 27, 1940; G 36126, 
36127. 

Baxter, J. Charles.* 6298 

Key to the White House. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1940 ; G 36179. 

Beardsley & Foster agency. 6299 

Beardsley (James S.) : 

Fresh up with 7 up. © 1 c. June 
22, 1940 ; G 36141. 

Benzing monument co. 6300, 6301 

Mingesz ( Michael C. ) Memorial : 
Redemann. — Slauson. © 1 c each 
June 24, 1940 ; G 36165, 36166. 

Birkmeier & sons.* 6302-6304 

Memorial : 

Mensing. — Perry. — Slover. © 1 c. 
each May 31, 1940 ; G 36162-36164. 

Black, Rutherford E.* 6305-6307 

Ascension of Christ. — Last Supper. — 
Lone Ranger. © 1 c. each June 20, 
1940 ; G 36075-36077. 

Bosko, Steve.* 6308, 6309 

Cantor (Eddie) — Robinson (Edward 
G.) © 1 c. each July 10, 1940: G 
36170, 36171. 

Brewer (Charles A) & sons. 6310 

Brewer ( Nelson C. ) : 
Washington, D. C. © Julv 10, 
1940 ; G 36070. 



Burroughs, Walter & Jefferson, W. T. 

6311 

Vanderloon (Si) : 
Fathers of America, symbol of the 
nation's finest liquors. © 1 c. July 22, 
1940 ; G 36112. 

Busbey, Ralph C. & Edwards, T. Paton. 

6312 
Edwards (T, Paton) : 

From the cross roads of America, 
to the White House, Wendell L. Willkie. 
© 1 c. July 10, 1940 ; G 36065. 

Catholic herald. 6313 

Mary Immaculate (Sister) : 

Holy face of Jesus. © 1 c. Julv 
23, 1940 ; G 36137. 

Chace, Robert M.* 6314 

Air raid. © June 19, 1940 ; G 36094. 

Collins, Eugene R. 6315 

Cannon (Earl) : 

I'm perched on row A this year — 
vote Republican. © 1 c. June 11, 1940 : 
G 36117. 

Columbia statuary co. 6316 

Martinek (Joseph) : 
Japanese female figure, 403. © 1 
c. July 12, 1940 ; G 36128. 

Columbian bank note co. 6317 

Fors (Lawrence) jr.: 

Vignette — allegorical male figure, 
seated, holding dividers & scroll. © 
1 c. July 20, 1940 ; G 36108. 

Crocetta bros. & co., inc. 6318 

Crocetta (Patrick) : 
Crocetta's gloves are as good as 
French made on the American bench. 
© 1 c. July 30, 1940 ; G 36193. 

Cross bros. co. 6319-6323 

Geist (Angela A) Memorial: 
Flowers, 5606.— Landsen, 56CK) © 
July 13, 1940 ; G 36109, 36110. 

Hanaford, 5611. © July 26 1940: 
G 36161. 
McClellan (Harry E.) Memorial: 
Baxter, 5612.— Mason, 5609. © 
July 26, 1940 ; G 36159, 36160. 



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6324 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Dallmann, Otto Georg.* 6324 

Chip from the old rock. © July 9, 
1940 ; G 36081. 

Davis, Abe.* 6325 

God bless America, stamp, (c) 1 c. 
July 15, 1940 ; G 36172. 

Donne, Elmo Dell'. 6326, 6327 

Foster ( Charles C. ) : 

Casket to be fabricated in molded 
plastics. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; G 36131. 

Modern community mausoleum. © 
1 c. May 18, 1940 ; G 36130. 

Dreher, Ernest S.* 6328 

Dreher memorial, (c) 1 c. July 1, 
1940 ;G 35129. 

Dunn, William G.* 6329 

Preparedness. © 1 c. July 17, 1940; 
G 36084. 

Edwards, Emmie W.* 6330-6332 

Mothers' day emblems, A-C. © 1 c. 
each June 14, 1940 ; G 36138-36140. 

Ellis, Robert E.* 6333 

Raid of Satanta. © 1 c. July 22, 
1940 ; G 36111. 

Fay, Fred A.* 6334 

Sixth column : think American — talk 
American — act American. © 1 c. July 
15, 1940 ; G 36078. 

Flynt, May E. & Sexton, Patricia.* 6335 
Religio-scientia. © 1 c. June 19, 
1940; G 36101. 

Forrest, William O'Fallon.* 6336 

Golden spurs. © 1 c. July 10, 1940 ; 
G 36186. 

Frels, Mary Virginia & Lamm, William 
R. 6337 

Frels (Mary Virginia) : 

Nest of our country's eagles. © 1 

c. June 15, 1940 ; G 36115. 

Frost, Violet Loo.* 6338 

Loo-Ann dress. © Ic. June 13, 1940 ; 
G 36132. 

Fucci; Louis V. 6339-6343 

Ceglia (Violet) : 

Honeymoon month, July. — Month 
of babies, March. — Month of brides, 
June. — Month of flowers & romance, 
May. — Month of showers, April. © 1 c. 
each July 13, 1940 ; G 36173-36177. 

Gerrits, Adrian E.* 6344 

Pull for. © 1 c. June 28, 1940; G 
36073. 



Grant advertising, inc. 6345 

Grant (Will C.) : 

What's the big idea? © 1 c. July 
11, 1940 ; G 36153. 

Hamilton, Henry Montgomery. 6346 
Russell (Charles M.) : 

Waiting for the herd to cross. © 
1 c. June 6, 1940 ; G 36147. 

Herzel, Paul* 6347 

Fawn. © July 10, 1940 ; G 36095. 

Hoffman, Malvina.* 6348-6350 

Snow leopard. — Young camel. — 
Young giraffe. © 1 c. each July 19, 
1940 ; G 36102-36104. 



Hood, Ethel P.* 



6351 



Hayes (Helen) © 1 c. July 22, 1940 ; 
G 36113. 

Hudson, Albert Emory.* 6352 

Outside interference. © 1 c. June 25, 
1940 ; G 36069. 

Izorenko, John I. 6353, 6354 

Cortesano (Benjamin) & Izorenko 
(J. L) : 

Duet exhibit. — Waiting for the fish. 
© 1 c. each July 23, 1940; G 36124, 
36125. 

Jones bros. co. 6355-6358 

Braun (Carl Conrad) : 

Memorial, D-686— D-689. © June 
28, 1940 ; G 36194-36197. 

Kaufman, Solomon P.* 6359-6362 

Bowknot stars and stripes. — Memo- 

lok. — Number please. © 1 c. each July 

23, 1940 ; G 36150-36152. 

Lights of America. © 1 c. July 26, 

1940 ; G 36180. 

Ladewich (E. G.) & co. 6363-6370 

Ladewich (E. G.) Memorial: 

Baxter, 3854. — Washington, 3855. 
© June 1, 1940 ; G 36086, 36087. 

Benedict, 3857.— Brinkman, 3853.— 
Hiller, 3856. — Jackson, 3863. — Keene, 
3862. — Lawrence, 3869. © June 15, 
1940; G 36085, 36088-36092. 

Larsen, Horace Adolphus.* 6371, 6372 
Abide in Me, A-109.— For God so 
loved the world that He gave His only 
begotten Son that whosoever believeth 
on Him should not perish but have 
everlasting life, B-107. © July 1, 1940 ; 
G 36082, 36083. 

Lima, S. E.* 6373 

Donkey with basket on back. © July 
25, 1940 ; G 36427. 



128 



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no. 7, 1940 



6420 



Lupo, Vincenzo Georges.* 6374-6376 

My Sacred Heart. © 1 c. July 5, 
1940; G 36106. 

Sea horse. © 1 c. July 22, 1940 ; G 
86173. 

Tropical courtship. © 1 c. June 24, 
1940 ; G 36105. 
MacAfee, Norman S. S.* 6377 

Keeps its head. © 1 c. June 21. 1940 : 
G 36142. 
Macdowell, J. W.* 6378 

American party. © 1 c. July 18. 
1940 ; G 36093. 
Mayer, Chester Justin.* 6379. 

Singing monk. 3. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 
1940 ; G 36414. 
Meyer, Richard Andrew.* 6380, 6381 

Atta spin me — spin me atta. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1940 ; G 36148. 

Spin it atta — atta spin it. © 1 c. 
July 22, 1940 ; G 36149. 
Miller, Mrs. David Livingston. 6382 

Smith (Glanville W.) : 
Miller familv memorial. © Mar. 
19, 1940 ; G 36198. 
Mills, Edna Clark.* 6383-6385 

Apples. — Cherries. — Grapes. © July 
2, 1940 ; G 36183-36185. 
Moreno, George.* 6386 

Camera bug shop. © 1 c. July 27. 
1940 ; G 36169. 
Nielsen, Charles I.* 6387 

Crossing equator on U. S. warship. 
© 1 c. June 4, 1940 ; G 36116. 
Patrick, Frank Henry. 6388-6395 

Patrick ( Frank Vincent ) : 

Lincoln (Abraham) — Uranian an- 
gel man. © 1 c. each July 29, 1940; 
G 36167, 36168. 

Patrick (Frank Vincent) Head of : 
Angel mermaid. — Comrade. — Des- 
ert man. — Gato. — Malibu. — Westwood. 
© 1 c. each July 22, 1940; G 36118- 
36123. 
Phillips (Charles H.) & co., inc. 

6396, 6397 

Phillips ( Charles H.) ; 
4 wise monkevs. — 1 wiser men. © 
1 c. each July 15, 1940 ; G 36079, 36080. 
Pitbladdo (Grant R.) memorials, inc.* 

6398 

Niper (Hannah Spence) memorial. 
© 1 c. June 24, 1940 ; G 36133. 
Presbyterian home for aged couples & 

aged men. 6399 

Robinson (James Berkeley) : 

Presbyterian home for aged couples 
and aged men. 1885, insignia. © 1 c. 
July 5, 1940 ; G 36068. 



Pushman, Hovsep.* 6400 

When autumn is here. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; G 36213. 

Rickey, George Warren.* 6401 

Factory, farm and future in Michi- 
gan. © 1 c. July 24, 1940 ; G 36135. 

Rochlus, B. Ben.* 6402 

We will win with Wendell Willkie. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1940 ; G 36181. 

Rosenberg, Heinz.* 6403 

Banana trumpeter with tails. © 1 c. 
May 9, 1940 ; G 36074. 

Rosner, Richard & Gondor, Emerv I. 

6404 
Gondor ( Emery I. ) ; 

Flick and Flock, and Fleck the 
dog. © 1 c. July 18, 1940 ; G 36143. 

Russell, Charles S.* 6405 

America — love her or leave her, © 
1 c. July 19, 1940; G 36107. 

Schade, Marion E. 6406 

Alfalfa Zeke. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1940; 
G 36200. 

Scott, Howard.* 6407 

Willkie-McNarv. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; G 36201. 

Shaw, Harold E.* 6408, 6409 

Don't send an [ass] to do an [ele- 
phant's] job. Job for an [elephant] 
not an [ass] © 1 c. each July 13. 1940 ; 
G 36071, 36072. 

Spayd, Anna Lenora.* 6410 

Girl's head. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 1940 ; G 
36202. 

Star novelty co. 6411 

Stehower (Peter) : 
Delivering the goods. © 1 c. July 
22, 1940 ; G 36114. 

Susser, Samuel S. 6412 

Susser (Herman F.) : 
Good Will-kie. © 1 c. July 31. 
1940 ; G 36199. 

Toudor, Alice J.* 6413 

Great profile. ( John Barrymore) © 
Apr. 18, 1940 ; G 36096. 
Vazah, inc. 6414-6419 

Scovil (Cora) ; 

Sitting lady, 726. — Standing lady, 
776, 777, 991, 992.— Standing man, M- 
71. © 1 c. each July 29, 1940 ; G 36187- 
36192. 

Vermont marble co. 6420 

Whitehouse ( Louis A. ) : 

Eschweiler memorial. D3-5220. 
© June 28, 1940 ; G 36063. 



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6421 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Vos, George W.* 6421 

Roo. © 1 c. June 22, 1940 ; G 36062. 

Vuono, Joseph. 6422 

Vuono (Peter) : 

Makers and bakers of yesteryear. 

© 1 c. June 15, 1940 ; G 36182. 

Wainright, Joseph G* 6423, 6424 

American balance of authority in 
government. — Americanism ideal. © 1 
c. each July 3, 1940 ; G 36066, 36067. 

Wallace, Norman.* 6425 

Featurets. © 1 c. July 11, 1940; G 
36144. 



Waller, Casper C* 6426 

Key to prosperity. © 1 c. July 10, 
1940 ; G 36064. 
Webb, Edith. 6427 

Lloyd (Lucile) : 

Restored sundial of Mission San 
Carlos Borromeo. © 1 c. May 27, 1940 ; 
G 36134. 
Wegenaar (J. L.) co., inc.* 6428 

O'Donnell memorial. © 1 c. July 2, 
1940 ; G 36100. 
Ziegler, Frederick J.* 6429 

Aphrodite. © 1 c. July 25, 1940; G 
36136. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 - - - 1,648 



130 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Aatell & Jones, inc. 



6430-6439 



All States Inn. — Block's little menu. — 
Dairyland Farms. — Gulf Hill Parlors 
restaurant. — Pig 'n Whistle. — Wayside 
Food Shop. © May 17, 1940 ; K 46194- 

46196, 46199, 46200, 46202. 

Coleman hotel. — Hotel Murphy. — 
Olde Sampler room. Hotel Stephen Gi- 
rard place doily. © Apr. 12, 1940; K 

46197, 46198, 46203. 

Hotel Cumberland. © May 13, 1940 ; 
K 46203. 

Advertising novelty co. 6440-6446 

Defend America first. © June 27, 

1940 ; K 46134. 
Early seamanship. — Fellowship. — 

Jingle bells. — Pals at prayer. — Slow but 

sure. — Yodeling cowboy. © July 9, 

1940 ; K 46208-46213. 

Agno, Orin. 6447 

Sanitary telephone attachment. © 1 
c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26562. 

Allied mills, inc. 6448 

Opell {Mrs. Luther) shows how to 
increase turkey profits. © July 5, 
1940 ; K 46151. 

American airlines, inc. 6449 

Stowe, Vermont, America's most 
peaceful city, 85. © Aug. 5, 1940; J 
30767. 

American automobile assn. 6450 

General plan — midget speedway. © 
May 14, 1940 ; I 26466. 

American stove co. 6451 

Regardez, Henri, these Americans 
they now swing even the beefsteak. © 
Apr. 6, 1940 ; K 46135. 

Americana publications. 6452 

Mawney house, in which was organ- 
ized the first temperance society. © 
July 26, 1940 ; J 30747. 

Amos, Betty P. 6453 

Vapor sealed jar opener. © 1 c. July 
11, 1940 ; I 26576. 



x\nthony co. 6454 

Riley Waters . . . quick lunch. © June 
28, 1940 ; K 46107. 

Ashley (David), inc. 6455 

9 :45 a. m. accommodation, Stratford, 
Connecticut, 4; by Edward Lamson 
Henry. © July 24, 1940 ; H 1756. 

Auteri, Leonard J. 6456 

Device for cutting headings into mim- 
eograph stencils and the like. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26556. 

Autocard mfg. co., inc. 6457 

Yahrzeit chart. © July 1, 1940; K 
46081. 

Autry, Gene. 6458-6462 

Gene Autry rides. © June 2, 9, 16, 
23, 30, 1940 ; K 46099-46103. 

Banister, James G. 6463 

Exhaust muffler. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26550. 

Bankes, Clinton Harry. 6464 

Route meter with rotating route map. 
© 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26577. 

Barbat, William Frank. 6465 

Computation graph for dip compo- 
nents in sections of exaggerated vertical 
scale. © Jan. 16, 1940; I 26529. 

Barber, Joseph H. 6466 

Business incentives and performance. 
Rev. issue. © July 26, 1940 ; I 26611. 

Barrett, Oliver Glen. 6467 

Mystical lure of the desert. © July 
15, 1940 ; K 46206. 

Baskowitz, Joseph. 6468 

[Engraver's design chart for initials 

and monograms shown of flat silver, 

nos. 1-102] © June 24, 1940 ; K 46189. 

Beman, Spencer S. 6469 

Octagon house. © May 16, 1940; I 
26441. 

Bertalan, John G. 6470 

Automatic directional automobile sig- 
nal. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26573. 



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pt. IV, n. s., T. 35 



BeynoD, William Henry. 6471 

Roads of life. © June 1, 1940; I 
26618. 

Bissell, Clinton S. 6472 

Chart of spherics, adapted to naviga- 
tion. © June 27, 1940 ; I 26480. 

Blair, Hosea. 6473 

Acoustic chart. © 1 c. May 23, 1940 ; 

I 26484. 

Bleier, Milton A. 

Guardsman, 401, 402. 
1940 ; K 46105. 46106. 

Blomster, Arthur. 

Automatic stacker fork. 
11, 1940 ; I 26586. 

Bottos, Guy. 

Bicycle or exercise machine. 
July 11. 1940 ; I 26572. 

Brede, inc. 6478 

Welcome aquatennial visitors. © 
July 15, 1940 ; K 46225. 

Brittingham, J. S., sr. 6479 

Combination fire safety ash tray. © 
July 17, 1940 ; I 26501. 

Brower, Howard Gratz. 

Tilgen casted grave marker, 
June 25, 1940 ; I 26454. 

Brown, Cal V. 

Folding pipe for smoking. 
Aug. 5, 1940 ; I 26625. 

Brown, John M. 

Toe hose saver. 
I 26557. 



6474, 6475 
© July 1, 

6476 
© 1 c. July 



6477 
© 1 c. 



6480 
© 1 c. 

6481 

© 1 c. 



6482 
© 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; 



Brown & Bigelow. 6483-6494 

Moran (Earl) : 

Aiming to please, 30303. — Coming 
out on top, 30309. — Easy on the eyes, 
30302.— Fisherman's luck, 30305— Hold 
everything. 30306.— It's a gift, 30312.— 
Not so dusty, 30311. — Popular number, 
30301.— Pretty ducky, 30304.— Sight to 
sea, 30308. — Southern exposure, 
30310.— Watch this one, 30307. © June 
24, 1940 ; K 46136-46147. 

Brown instrument co. 6495-6511 

[Brown instrument co. chart] 3019. 
© Apr. 23, 1940 ; I 26459. 

12558. © June 6, 1940 ; I 26504. 

12581. © June 13, 1940; I 

26503. 

12617, 12619. © May 8, 1940 ; I 

26445. 26447. 



© May 9, 1940 ; I 26446. 
© May 13, 1940 ; I 26448. 
© May 17, 1940 ; I 26470. 
© May 23. 1940 ; I 26471. 
© May 21, 1940 ; I 26472. 
© June 17, 1940; I 



12618. 

12620. 

12621. 

12622. 

12623. 

12626. 

26607. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12089. © May 31, 1940 ; I 26506. 

12091. © May 9, 1940 ; I 26473. 

12092. © May 8, 1940 ; I 26444. 

12093. © June 3, 1940 ; I 26606. 

12094. © June 3, 1940 ; I 26505. 

12095. © May 31, 1940 ; I 26469. 

Bufton, Frederick Charles. 6512 

Cooking ranges or stoves. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26571. 

Calkins, Golden R. 6513 

Clamp-on ash tray. © 1 c. July 12, 
1940 ; I 2654(). 

Capital art & pub. co. 6514 

Supreme court of the United States, 
1789-1940. © May 15, 1940 ; J 30600. 

Carew, Paul T. & Werner, William F, 

6515 
Solenoid cryptographic typewriter 
and Double solenoid. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26574. 



Carriker, W. C. 



(5516 



Crank gear mechanism. © 1 c, July 
11, 1940 ; I 26594. 

Carroll photo service. 6517 

Hollywood gold cup $50,000.00 added 
July 27th, 1940. Challedon. © July 
30, 1940 ; J 30766. 

Cherniavsky, Josef. 6518 

Jungleland band. © 1 c. July 26, 
1940 ; J 30716. 

Christensen, Grover N. 6519 

Musical glasses. © 1 c. July 2, 1940 ; 
I 26451. 

Cleary, John Denis. 6520 

Greatest span ever built by man. © 
June 20, 1940 ; K 46116. 

Cline, Walter M. 6521-6531 

Cabin Lincoln was born in, Lincoln 
memorial, Ky., 3-A-24.— Trail of the 
lonesome pine,, across Frozen Mountain 
near Natural Bridge state park, Ky., 
l-Y-127. © June 15, 1940; J 30602; 
30603. 



132 



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1940 



6565 



Neel Gap, Ga. : 

Bathing beach, Lake Trahlyta, Vo- 
gel state park, A-25. — East from Blood 
Mt., showing Lake Trahlyta, A-29.— 
Looking east from Blood Mt., A-26. — 
Trahlyta (Lake) , Vogel state park, 
A-21— A-24.— West from Blood Mt., 
A-27, A-28. © July 15, 1940 ; J 30778- 
30786. 

Cobbs-Hamilton co. 6532 

Flower design. © Jan. 15, 1940; K 
46220. 

Coca-cola co. 6533 

Opening new doors. © June 12, 
1940 ; J 30607. 

Coffman, Glenn H. 6534 

Revolving refrigerator shelves. © 1 
c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26601. 

College bookstore, inc. 6535 

Dartmouth [Indian] © June 8, 
1940 ; K 46092. 

Community chests & councils, inc. 

6536 
Good neighbors build America. © 
June 20, 1940 ; K 46078. 

Continental American life insurance 
CO. 6537 

Continental American building. © 

July 11, 1940 ; K 46224. 

Cory, William Willoughby. 6538 

ROTRETANR. ©Ic. July 
22, 1940 ; J 30629. 

Coutchie, Raymond Gilbert. 6539 

I am the Light of the World. © 1 c. 
July 1, 1940 ; J 30601. 

Coveleskie, Joseph. 6540, 6541 

Hydraulic and electrical bomb racks 
for aircraft. © 1 c. July 30, 1940: I 
26612. 

Military automatic rifle and machine 
guns, ammunition magazines, vertical 
radial and horizontal radial, recoil & 
report minimizing plan, anti-aircraft 
battery plan. © 1 c. July 2, 1940; I 
26450. 

Creer, Philip Douglas. 6542 

Two story residence. © 1 c. Julv 23, 
1940 ; I 26614. 

Crothers, John. 6543 

Percolator sterilizer. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26563. 

Cummings, Evert R. 6544 

Proxy card, © June 26, 1940; K 
46163. 



Cummings, George B. 6545 

Lyn (Jeri) Lonnie Lua. Your sweet 
and lovely songstress. © July 22, 1940 • 
J 30637. 

Dasenbrock, John. 6546 

New and practical blower attachment 
to the handle for hand saw and oper- 
ated by trigger. © 1 c. July 1, 1940; 
I 26449. 

Davies, F. Lubbock. 6547 

Davies air-ride seat frame suspension 

system. © 1 c. May 16, 1940 ; I 26543. 

Delaney. William J. 6548 

Delaney's device for combing ma- 
chines. © 1 c. July 11, 1940; I 26591. 

DeShong, A. H. 6549 

Improvements in mechanical packing. 
© 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26588. 

Doherty, Raymond H. 6550-6554 

Hold it. © June 17-21, 1940; K 
46166-46170. 

Doran, William T. 6555 

Lunar (moon) rainbow over Hono- 
lulu. © May 2, 1940 ; J 30632. 

Dortch, Eulie G. 6556 

Improved binder. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26548. 

Dougherty, Glenn O. 6557 

Handy salt and pepper shaker. © 1 
c. July 13, 1940 ; I 26620. 

Drehwing, Carl. 6558 

Mechanical electric switch. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26582. 

Duttweiler, John J. 6559, 6560 

Dwelling house, 50, 51. © 1 c. each 
July 13, 1940 ; I 26487, 26488. 

Economics statistics, inc. 6561 

Economics statistics investment tren- 
dicator, 1919-1939. © June 18, 1940; 
I 26530. 

Ellett, Tillie A. 6562 

Via air mail. © June 13. 1940: K 
46161. 

Endicott Johnson corp. 6563 
Compare Johnsonian, smartest shoes 

on the square. © May 18, 1940; K 

46108. 

Eugene, ltd. 6564 

Yue-gene, 857-3. © 1 c. July 15, 

1940 ; J 30613. 

Evans, Lyle J. 6565 

Power sled. © 1 c. July 11, 1940; 
I 26581. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co. 

6566-6570 

Commended by competent critics. © 
July 23, 1940 ; K 46214. 

Distinguished week-end guest. © 
June 25, 1940 ; K 46110. 

Highly regarded by man of discern- 
ment. © July 9, 1940 ; K 46186. 

Predominant where quality prevails. 
© July 16, 1940 ; K 46187. 

Standard among men who set the 
standard. © July 2, 1940 ; K 46109. 
Finkelstein, Elliot. 6571 

Dog-on-it, this is swell paper. © 
July 12, 1940 ; J 30768. 
Folk, Nicholas. 6572 

Broken axle puller, © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26599. 
Ford, Lester S., sr. 6573, 6574 

Mack trucks, Lenoir chair co., fleet, 
1, 2. © 1 c. each July 8, 1940 ; J 30760, 
30761. 
Foto pay day, inc. 6575 

Foto pay day envelope tray. © 1 c. 
July 30, 1940 ; J 30759. 
Frashers, inc. 6576-6585 

Down where the vest begins, J-44. — 
Greetings from an old friend, J-22. — 
Havin' a fine time. Wish you were 
here, J-32. — Hot meals at all hours, 
J-2. — If it hasn't a hole ... it isn't a 
life saver, J-51. — I'm just nuts about 
you, J-80.— Nuts to you, J-25.— That 
funny little room, J-34. — When shall 
we four meet again, J-10. — Yoo-hoo! 
Wish you were here, J-81. © Jan. 15, 
1939 ; J 30735-30744. 
Frederick, William Joseph. 6586 

Formula for building the knockless, 
cockless line of pistons. © 1 c. July 
12, 1940; I 26547. 
Frick collection. 6587-6603 

Bronze reliquary — bust of a saint ; by 
Hans Multscher. 

Front. — Left profile. — Rear. — Right 
side. © July 19, 1940; H 1747, 1749- 
1751. 

Court, no. 10. — 18th century French 
calendar clock. — Living hall-fireplace 
and Venus. — Riesener (Jean Henri), 
French drop-front desk dated 1790, 
marquetry with ormolu mounts. — 16th 
century Italian carved walnut chest. — 
Stairway, no. 2. © June 13, 1940; J 
30622, 30623, 30625-30628. 

English walnut side chair, early 18th 
century, with guilt lead mounts and 
crest in verre eglomise. © July 2, 1940 ; 
J 30624. 



Hall (Madame) , right side; by Au- 
gustin Pajou. © July 19, 1940 ; H 1748. 

Hall (Peter Adolf) ; by Augustin Pa- 
jou. © July 19, 1940; H 1746. 

Haussonville (Comtesse d5') ; by J. A. 
D. Ingres. 

Detail: hands and arms. — Detail: 
head and left hand. — Detail : reflection 
of head and neck. © July 19, 1940 ; H 
1752-1754. 

Saint, detail no. 3, feet ; by Piero della 
Francesca. © July 19, 1940; H 1755. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 6604-6607 

Pine screen; by Ethelyn C. Stewart. 

©Jan. 18, 1940; H 1760. 
Village rendez-vous ; by Stanhope A. 

Forbes. © May 29, 1940 ; H 1763. 
Wardle (E.) : 

Cage.— Lovers. © Apr. 22, 1940; 

H 1761, 1762. 

Gerlach-Barklow co. 6608 

Their priceless heritage. © June 17, 
1940 ; K 46192. 

Gonzales, Columbus S. 6609 

Modern transmitting vocal recording 
silent system. © 1 c. July 25, 1940 ; J 
30638. 

Goodman, Joseph Lawrence. 

6610, 6611 
Newport, R. I. : 
Bailey's Beach. — Easton's Beach. 
© Aug. 2, 1940 ; J 30763, 30764. 

Gray, Merrill R. 6612 

Pylon. © 1 c. July 22, 1940 ; I 26541. 

Greystone studios, inc. 6613 

Willkie ( Wendell Lewis ) © Mar. 30, 

1940 ; J 30715. 

Guntrip, F. E. 6614 

Hand bag and satchel guard. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1940 ; I 26545. 

Haberstroh, John C. 6615, 6616 

Yellowstone park : 
Big buffalo.— Buffalo close up. © 
June 19, 1940; J 30717, 30718. 

Haffenereffer & co., inc. 6617 

Cooling climax to a summer evening, 
© July 15, 1940 ; K 46148. 

Hager, Ernest & Overback, Howard. 

6618 
It seems like yesterday — ^when our 
beaches looked like an exhibition of 
tents. © July 28, 1940; K 46231. 

Hahn-Rodenburg co. 6619 

Protect America! No fifth column 
here. © July 5. 1940; K 46095. 



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6665 



Hall, Otto. 6620 

Smoking pipe protector. © 1 c. July 
11, 1940 ; I 26549. 

Hanley (James) co. 6621-6623 

Cooling ... if you want real, down- 
right refreshment. © July 8, 1940; 

K 46104. 
Guess I won't work today. Doggone 

these dog days. © July 24, 1940; K 

46207. 

Phooey rhubarb! Good food tastes 

better with Hanley's. © July 15, 1940 ; 

K 46149. 

Hann, Adolph. 6624 

Paw Paw Lake. © July 7, 1940; J 

30616. 

Harper standard engraving co. 6625 
Put Roosevelt on the backs of both 

Democratic donkeys, 184. © June 11, 

1940 ; K 46077. 

Hayashi, George M. 6626 

Improved knife sharpener for house- 
hold use. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26596. 

Hays Corp. 6627, 6628 

Hays recorder chart, 356, 357. © 
July 18. 1940 ; I 26604, 26605. 

Hebert, Arthur Joseph. 6629 

Improved laying* nest. © 1 c. July 
15, 1940 ; I 26615. 

Hecker products corp. 6630 

Presidential coins, ZPS-108. © Apr. 
3, 1940 ; K 46191. 

Heliton, Roy Daniel. 6631 

Photo letter. © 1 c. June 1, 1940; 
I 26534. 

Hendricks, Murray P. 6632 

Broom-spreading device. © 1 c. July 
11, 1940 ; I 26600. 

Hess, Edward A. 6633 

World's largest cathedral tree, P73. 
© July 31, 1940 ; J 30765. 

Heye, George J. 6634 

Glimmerglass in Leatherstocking 
Land. © July 4, 1940 ; J 30748. 

Heywood (R. R.) co., inc. 6635-6648 
Religious greeting cards : 
At Christmastime, R-126, R-219.— 
Blessed Christmas, R-13. — Christmas 
blessings, R-125. — Joyous Christmas, 
R-14, R-217. — Joyous Christmas greet- 
ings, R-12. — My Christmas rosary, R- 
120.— Season's greetings, R-15, R-127, 
R-218.— Spiritual bouquet at Christ- 



mas, R-16, R-128.— Your Christmas 
rosary, R-214. © July 1, 1940; K 
46117-46130. 

Hickey, James Michael. 6649 

Revolving-or-combination alphabet. 
© 1 c. June 29. 1940 ; I 26455. 

High, B. Nelson. 6650 

Windisch, 103. © 1 c. June 27, 1940 ; 
I 26535. 

Hoehn, Thurman L. 6651 

Model of B soaring plane. © July 6, 
1940 ; I 26476. 

Hoff rubber stamp co. [inc.] 6652 

Minneapolis aquatennial, Where life 
begins in '40, July 20 to 28. © May 
15, 1940 ; K 46190. 

Hoffman, Ronald P. 6653 

Vehicle controlled governor for 
motor trucks. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 
26602. 

Holmes eureka lumber co. 6654 

Redwood home of the month, July, 
1940. © July 3, 1940 ; K 46175. 

Hurlburt, Philip S. 6655 

Zippo. © 1 c. July 20, 1940 ; I 26528. 

Industrial equities, inc., 6656-6659 

It don't cost nuthin' to try, and it's 
just as easy as fallin' off a log to win 
cash awards. — Our suggestion system 
pays you dividends when you deposit 
suggestions. — Spirit of independence, 
submitting ideas pays big dividends to 
those who try. — Thanksgiving, both the 
management and the employees are 
thankful for the suggestions adopted. 
© June 13, 1940; K 46083-46086. 



Ives color processes, inc. 
Willkie (Wendell L.) 
1940 : K 46221. 



6660 
© June 25, 



Jackson, Joseph James. 6661 

Evenbaker king, cooking stove. © 1 
c. July 10, 1940 ; I 26482. 

Jacky, Elmer G. 6662 

Star handy hanger. © 1 c. July 17. 
1940 ; I 26499. 

Jardine, George Winsor. 6663, 6664 

Auxiliary tread for rubber tires. © 

1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26551. 

Self-retaining catheter. © 1 c. July 

13, 1940 ; I 26613. 

Jeffrey, Melvin R. 6665 

Highway ski-skates. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26589. 



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Johnson, Charles Bmon & Hopkins, 
Frank Emon. 6666, 6667 

Improved No-jaks, 12810, 11-24-36. 
© 1 c. July 5, 1940; I 26475. 

Rain-bo elec. unit, 5. © June 21, 
1940 ; I 26486. 

Kellogg, John Leroy. 6668 

Chromatic range value diagram. © 
1 c. July 15, 1940 ; I 26495. 

Kimble glass co. 6669-6671 

Kimble assurance, correct design. © 

July 1, 1940 ; K 46082. 
Kimble glass vials get your product 

in. © July 1, 1940 ; K 46098. 
Minnesota Babcock reagent no. 735. 

© July 15, 1940 ; K 46160. 

King features syndicate, inc. 6672-6697 

Chaput {Nurse Dorine), five Dionne 
quintuplets and nurse Leona Dubeau, E 
118. — Dionne (Yvonne and Marie) E 
134. — It's swing time at the quintuplet 
nursery, E74. — Quins have house of 
wonders for their dolls, E 138. © July 
28, 1940; J 30773-30776. 

Dafoe [Dr.) & Emilie Dionne, E 148. 
© July 21, 1940 ; J 30734. 

Dionne (Annette) with grandpere 
Olivier Dionne, E 24. — Dionne (Emilie) 
with grandfather Moise Legros, E 16. — 
Dionne {Grandfather) and Cecile Di- 
onne, E 22. — Five Dionne quintuplets 
with grandfathers Moise Legros and 
Olivier Dionne, E 21. — Legros {Grand- 
father) and Marie Dionne, grandfather 
Dionne and Yvonne Dionne, E 26. © 
July 7, 1940 ; J 30645-30649. 

Dionne (Cecile) D 92. — Dionne 
(Emilie) D 95. — Dionne (Marie) D 
91, — Five Dionne quintuplets, D 88. © 
June 23, 1940 ; J 30595-30598. 

Dionne (Emilie) E 55, E 81. — Dionne 
(Emilie and Yvonne) with officer and 
Tony, E 97. — Dionne (Yvonne) E 37. — 
5 Dionne quintuplets, E 27, E 75. © 
July 14, 1940 ; J 30639-30644. 

Dionne family, D 74. — Dionne {Mr. 
and Mrs. ) with five Dionne quintuplets, 
C 21. © June 17, 1940 ; J 30772, 30777. 

Five Dionne quintuplets with Dr. Da- 
foe, E 4. — Passing another great mile- 
stone in life, B 1. — Pilon {Rev. Father 
Victor) with five Dionne quintuplets, 
E 3. — Quintuplets hear prayers for 
peace, E 2. © June 30, 1940 ; J 30608- 
30611. 



Kocher, Clinton F. 

Won't-splash catsup bottle. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26564. 



Kramer, Irving V. 6699, 6700 

Saf-tee envelope for phonograph rec- 
ord albums. — Unique instant scorer. © 
1 c. each July 13, 1940 ; I 26493, 26494. 

Kreidler, Byron Bradford. 6701 

Rainier {Mount) © June 29, 1940 ; J 
30631. 

Krickbaum, Ida Ruth. 6702 

Welcome to Wyoming. © 1 c. June 
11, 1940 ; J 30599. 

Lake, Charles A. 6703 

Checker players of Cape Cod, 68911 ; 
from a painting by Wendell M. Rogers. 
© May 24, 1940 ; H 1745. 

Lalonde, J. B. Rene. 6704 

Improved scraper. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26560. 

Larsen, Alfred E. 6705 

Mechanical dash indicating gasoline 

guage. © 1 c. July 11, 1940; I 26603. 

Lathrop, George Noah. 6706, 6707 

Bristol, Vt. : 

Bristol village from 9000 ft., 43.— 
View to east business section, 42. © 
July 15, 1940 ; J 30719, 30721. 

Rutland, Vt, view to North Rutland 
fair 1939. © July 20, 1940 ; J 30720. 



Lee, H. 



6708^745 



Alibi, G. P. 5585 ; by E. Zampighi.— 
Approving the vintage, G. P. 5685 ; by 
Wagner Hoshenberg. — Autumnal eve- 
ning on the Wye, G. P. 5575 ; by Edwin 
Boddington. — Champions, G. P. 5075 ; 
by Rousseau. — Covered wagon trail, 
G. P. 6655 ; by F. Grayson Sayre.— Dis- 
tance ; by Sidney R. Percy. — First over ; 
by Gilbert S. Wright. — Flowers, vase & 
goblet, G. P. 5495 ; by Jean Baptiste 
Robie. — Garden beauties, G. P. 5125 ; 
by Jean Baptiste Robie, — Happy hunt- 
ing grounds, G. P, 5705; by J. Will 
Brewer. — Landscape, G. P. 5555 ; by E. 
J. Niemann. — Lilacs & apple blossoms in 
vase ; by Carle J, Blenner, — Moonlight, 
mountains and cottage ; by William M. 
Thompson. — Mother & baby; by Wil- 
liam Bouguereau. — Mountain lodge — 
snow scene, G, P, 5642; by C, West- 
chiloff. — Mountain scene ; by Robert 
Wood.— On the River Dee; by H. J. 
Boddington. — Passing shower in Yel- 
lowstone Canyon, G. P, 5715 ; by 
Thomas Moran. — Rainier {Mount), 
G. P. 5595 ; by Robert Wood.— Sailboat, 
G. P. 5505; by Frank Vining Smith.— 
Scene with stream and small mill-house 
on left ; by Heyn. — Springtime in the 
country, G. P. 5665 ; by W. F. Wither- 



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6799 



ington.— Texas blue bells, P. 3625; by 
Robert Wood. — Two pointers — one set- 
ter ; by J. A. Mohlte.— Uller Lake; by 
Sidney R. Percy. — Venice aglow, G. P. 
5015 ; by C. Calderon. — Venetian bridge ; 
by Joseph Antoine Bouvard. — Venetian 
waterway ; by Joseph Antoine Bou- 
vard. — View near Ripley, G. P. 5605; 
by Thomas Hand.— Waterfalls : by Wil- 
liam M. Thompson. — Wedding of the 
East and West: by Dey De Ribcow- 
sky.— When shadows fall. G. P. 5005; 
by H. J. Boddington.— White Clipper 
{Ship) ; bv D. Sherrin. — Winter scene 
(deer) G. P. 5635; by W. L. Palmer.— 
Winter's crimson sunset, G. P. 5615 ; by 
William M. Thompson. — Yosemite ; by 
W. Keith. © June 1, 1940; H 1709- 
1744. 

[Willkie (Wendell L.)]; by F. H. 
Harper. © July 25, 1940 ; H 1759. 

Leeds & Xorthrup co. 6746-6764 

[Leeds & Northrup co. recorder pa- 
per] 324. 2078. © Dec. 29, 1939; I 
26515, 26516. 

545. © Mar. 20, 1940; I 26520. 

548. © Apr. 20, 1940; I 26519. 

549. © Apr. 22, 1940; I 26518. 

550, 552. © June 25, 1940; I 

26514, 26517. 

553. © May 10, 1940; I 26525. 

554. 555. © May 29, 1940: I 

26523, 26524. 

556. © May 20, 1940 ; I 26522. 

557. © June 21, 1940 ; I 26521. 

Micromax model R chart, 1159. © 
2 c. Apr. 22, 1940 ; I 26507. 

1160. © May 10, 1940 ; I 26508. 

1161-1165. © June 25, 1940: I 

26509-26513. 

Leigh, J. W. 6765 

Don't cheat yourself. © July 12, 
1940 ; K 46131. 

Lewis, Paton. 6766-6768 

America (S. S.) . — N i g h t i n g a 1 e 
(Ship).— Sea Fox (Ship) © May 15, 
1940 ; I 26531-26533. 

Living American art, inc. 6769, 6770 

Colts at Soda Springs ; by Henry 
Strater, 84. © July 1, 1940 ; H 1764. 

Louisiana rice fields : by Thomas H. 
Benton, 83. © July 1, 1940: H 1765. 

Locke. Paul Laurence. 6771 

God's plan and purpose through the 
ages. © June 18, 1940 : K 46162. 



Loggins, Reuben L. 



6772 



Automatic accelerator control. © 
1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26585. 

Luedtke, Robert E. 6773 

Three-in-one hideaway bed unit. © 
1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26587. 

Lutz, Burdette & Lutz, Stella. 6774 
Sanitarv milk bucket holder. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1940 ; I 26479. 

McCrosky, Fred B. 6775 

Quick return straight line pump jack. 
© 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26595. 

Macdonald engineering co. 6776 

Sugar storage. © 1 c. July 3, 1940; 
I 26458. 

McGann, Nellie Perkins. 6777 

Two-part support clamp and im- 
provements. © 1 c. July 11, 1940; I 
26590. 



McKay, Rollin H. 
Evening on the 



6778-6782 



Flathead, Aries, 
Mont., 806. © July 18, 1940 ; J 30731. 

Glacier park : 

Glacier lilies, Logan Pass, 808. — 
Going to the Sun Mountain, 805. — Mc- 
Donald (Lake). 804.— Moonlight on St. 
Marv's Lake. 807. © Julv 18, 1940: J 
30729, 30730, 30732, 30733. 

Macouillard (Louis) jr. 6783, 6784 

San Francisco cable cars. 2. 3. © 
July 1, 1940 ; K 46096, 46097. 



Mange, Clarence E. 



6785 



Psychrometric nomograph. © June 
29, 1940 : I 26477. 

Mausell (A. Vivian) & co.. ltd., 

6786-6799 
Hogarth (E.) : 

[Blue jug containing scobias. yel- 
low & pink roses, etc.] 9284F.— [Blue 
jug containing tobacco plant, honey- 
suckle, antirrhinums] 9287F. — [White 
jug containing anemones] 9319F. — 
[White jug containing delphiniums, 
dahlia, rose, etc.] 9285F. — [White jug 
containing white & red dahlias, lupins, 
etc.] 9320G. © Mar. 1. 1940 : H 1777, 
1778, 1782-1784. 

[Main entrance. St. Bartholomew's] 
9475H; by [P. Stretton]— [Strand. 
Cliffords Inn, Old record office] 9476H : 
by [P. Stretton] — [Welcome guest] 
9557K: bv [M. Dovaston] © Mar. 1, 
1940 : H 1772. 1773. 1785. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Mansell (A. Vivian) & co., ltd. — Contd. 
[Sherrin (D.)] : 

[Six wild swans flying over sea], 
9432H.— [Wild birds flying over 
marshes, sunset effect on water], 
9433H. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; H 1774-1776. 
Wardle (Arthur) : 

[Spaniels] 9009E.— [Two Cairn 
terriers] 9010E. — [Two rough-haired 
terriers] 9012E. © Mar. 1, 1940; H 
1779-1781. 

Mansfield, Roger. 6800 

Adjustable ladder attachment for 
supporting paint pails. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26579. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 6801, 6802 

Babies supervised by physicians are 

better babies. © July 23, 1940; K 

46233. 

Oh, so sleepy. © June 23, 1940; K 

46232. 

Melikov, Frances. 6803 

Vivid image of Our Lord. © June 
12, 1940 ; K 46115. 

Merrill, Frank H. 6804 

Merrill hooklock. © 1 c. July 6, 
1940 ; I 26478. 

Miller, Frederick P. 6805 

Connecting link for chains. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26558. 

Miller, Lloyd G. 6806 

Sweet Adeline, © June 16, 1940; J 
30723. 

Miller, Mrs. Sigrid Lenes. 6807 

Yarn ball holder. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26554. 

Miner & Allen, inc. 6808 

Good morning . . . here's that photo 

man again. © June 14, 1940 ; K 46080. 

Moffett, Thomas O. 6809 

Emergency battery c^ble terminal. 
© 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26553. 

Mohler, Chester Lee. 6810 

Corn shock tightener. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26561. 

Mokray, William G. 6811 

East Hall, R. I. state college, Kings- 
ton, R. I. © July 1, 1940; K 4611^. 

Moore, C. Bennette. 6812-6816 

Dey ain't gonna be no rine. — Way 
down South. © May 6, 1940 ; J 30617, 
^0618. 



Louisiana magnolia. — Louisiana mag- 
nolias. — Stanton Hall. © June 7, 1940 ; 
J 30619-30621. 

Morinville, Walter P. 6817 

Automatic stop for film rewind. © 1 
c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26568. 

Mugler, Herman A. 6818 

Standard auto pit single unit con- 
struction. © 1 c. July 10, 1940 ; I 26481. 

Mulvihill, Bernard H. 6819 

Multisection of the angle, the St. Paul 

method. © 1 c. July 30, 1940 ; I 26621. 

Murphy, Dominic. 6820 

Nine catchers. © 1 c. July 12, 1940 ; 
I 26544. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 6821-6825 

Consumption expenditures for luxu- 
ries in the United States. © June 28, 
1940 ; I 26468. 

Steel, United States, 1914-1939. © 
July 12, 1940 ; I 26500. 

United States exports to South Amer- 
ican countries. © June 21, 1940; I 
26467. 

Wages and cost of living. United 
States, 1820-1939. © July 26, 1940 ; I 
26616. 

War department expenditures. United 
States, 1914-1939. © July 19, 1940; I 
26617. 

Neisius, Raymond L. 6826 

Gripping dogs. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; 
I 26584. 

Nelson, Mrs. Frances Wallace. 

6827-6829 
No more washing today, Pat, says Me- 
hitabel. — Sleepy time for Pat & Mehita- 
bel. — Wash day for Mehitabel, Pat & 
Mike make every lick count. © 1 c. 
each July 11, 1940 ; J 30769-30771. 

New era, inc. 6830 

We don't need a new deal, we need a 
new deck, vote Republican. © July 1, 
1940 ; K 46150. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 6831, 6832 
Brahms at home ; by R. A. Loederer. 

© July 27, 1940 ; K 46226. 
Eugenie (Empress) and the ladies of 

her court ; by F. Winterhalter. © July 

27, 1940 ; H 1786. 

Nichols, Harry Howard. 6833-6836 

Death ray insect trap. — Toilet fly 
trap. © 1 c. each July 1, 1940; I 
26452, 26453. 



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Interchangeable typewriter type head 
attachment. © 1 c. June 13, 1940; I 
26609. 

Sanitary table fly trap. © 1 c. July 
19, 1940 : I 26608. 



Nutting, Wallace. 



6837-6910 



Above the mahogany, 3430. — Antique 
pitcher, 9009.— Ashby arches, 7589.— 
Baby's breath, 3372. — Basket full, 
8995.— Blue sugar bowl, 8990.— Brook 
bank foliage, 7594. — Cones and seeds, 
3437. — Cosmos and larkspur, 522. — 
Figured pitcher, 8974. — Fleur de lis 
and spirea, 8340. — For-get-me-not clust- 
er, 3326.— Garden harvest, 8980.— Greek 
vase, 8979.— Hepatica. 625.— Jug of ber- 
ries, 3438.— Knight errant vase, 3321.— 
Lattice basket, 8962. — Laurel and hem- 
lock, 8991. — Laurel crowned crag, 
3342. — Laureled stream, 3344. — Laven- 
der and old lace, 3400. — Lilies and lark- 
spur, 3382. — Lily and fleur de lis bas- 
ket, 8847.— Luster cup, 3318.— Luster 
figures, 8981.— Luster pitcher, 8977.— 
Madonnas, 3386. — Masque pitcher, 
3325.— Meadow lilies, 3431.— Morning 
silence, 3331. — My cup overflows, 
3423.— Old vase, 8965.— Opening rose 
buds, 8992.— Opening roses, 3402.— 
Peonies, 8832. — Peonies and syringa, 
8842.— Pitcher of roses, 3323, 9003.— 
Red berries, 3329. — Rhododendron buds, 
3392.— Rose basket, 8829.— Roses and 
larkspur, 8835. — Roses and larkspur 
cluster, 8843.— Slender beauty, 3330.— 
Stiegel cup, 8851. — Troubled brook, 
7595.— Van Fleet rose, 9000.— Vanity 
and constancy, 352. — Washington pitch- 
er, 8849.— Yellow lilies, 8830. © July 
1, 1940 ; J 30650-30700. 

Basket of for-get-me-nots, 8827. — 
Bowl of peonies, 8839. — From a summer 
garden, 3433.— Full summer, 3434.— 
Laurel bud and blossom, 8983. — Laurel 
roadside, 8867. — Massachusetts birches, 
8394.— Milk pan of pond lilies, 3432.— 
Overflowing. 8993. — Painter pitcher, 
3390.— Petersham banks, 3332.— Shef- 
field basket, 9001. — Spring meeting, 
8853.— Sweet Williams, 8996. © July 
1, 1940 ; J 30701-30714. 

Bean pot revised, 3407. — Forget-me- 
nots. 3414. — Rhododendron blossoms 
3409. © July 31, 1940 ; J 30755, 30756, 
30758. 

Elm procession, 3026. — Wayside pool, 
2945. © Apr. 1. 1940; J 30635, 30636. 

Floating lilies, 3418.— Red lilies, 
3394.— Red, white and green, 3362.— 
Two lilies, 3421. © July 25, 1940; J 
30752-30754, 30757. 



Oahu pub. CO. 6911-6919 

Ahi wela. © June 19, 1940; K 
46185. 

Blue Bell. © May 17, 1940; K 
46180. 

Down in Jungle Town. — Sweet Kalua 
Lou. © May 31, 1940 ; K 46177, 46178. 

I want somebody to love. — Sweet 
Hawaiian moonlight. © May 9, 1940; 
K46179, 46182. 

Kailua capers. — Sweet lei mamo. © 
July 8, 1940 ; K 46183, 46184. 

Lullaby. © May 16, 1940 ; K 46181. 
O'Gara, Francis. 6920 

Novelty icicle spinner. © 1 c. July 
11, 1940 ; I 26593. 

Oklahoma travel association, inc. 6921 

Oklahoma poster stamps. Consists 

of two sets, 25 subjects each. Official 

1940 series. © May 17, 1940 ; K 46219. 

Patriotic poster service, [inc.] 

6922-6924 
One ism for America, Americanism : 
America produces 70% of the 
world's moving pictures, 782. — Citizen- 
ship is your privilege, protect it, 753. — 
Trojan horse and fifth! column activi- 
ties, 779. © July 8, 1940; K 46111- 
46113. 

Permutit co. 6925, 6926 

Rarnarex recorder chart, 26040, 

26041. © July 19, 1940 ; I 26526, 62527. 

Personius, G. A. 6927 

Oflicers and guards. New York state 
reformatory, Elmira, N. Y., A. D. 1939. 
© July 15, 1940 ; J 30612. 



Petersen, Carl C. 

Leak-proof roof construction. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26575. 



Powell, Francis Wilson. 

Self-centering, non-slipping screw- 
driver. © 1 c. July 24, 1940 ; I 26542. 

Powell, Frank. 6930-6932 

Beverly Hills county club. © Aug. 

1, 1940 ; K 46227. 
Carrousel [club] © July 25, 1940; 

K 46229. 

Colony club. © July 29, 1940; K 

46228. 

Price, Weston A. 6933 

Special foods of primitives for par- 
ents-to-be and race regeneration by 
obeying nature's laws of life, lecture 7. 
© July 1, 1940 ; J 30745. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Proper, Carl. 6934 

Utility beats futility. © 1 c. July 8, 
1940 ; J 30728. 

Prusow, Fred. 6935 

Man's shirt collar. © 1 c. June 28, 
1940; I 26457. 

Purex Corp., ltd. 6936 

Linens stay new with gentle bleach, 
LA-251. © June 17, 1940; K 46090. 

Rajewich, Joe. 6937 

Fish pole holder. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26559. 

Rasmussen, Esther. 6938 

Family of bears came out of the 

woods sight-seeing. © July 11, 1940; 
K 46205. 

Reingenheim, Walter. 6939 

Terrace tents. © 1 c. June 15, 1940 ; 
I 26485. 

Republic flow meters co. 6940-6943 

Republic flow meters co. chart, 12- 

CA-25500, 12-2525. © July 10, 1940; 

I 26489, 26490. 

63-CA-120300, 63-CA-180606. 

© July 2, 1940 ; I 26491, 26492. 

Ritchey ptg. co. 6944 

Keep U. S. American — smash the 5th 
column, 3. Rev. © July 25, 1940; K 
46230. 

Roberts memorials, inc. 6945 

Schultz memorial. © 1 c. July 22, 
1940 ; I 26540. 

Roose, Walter Jefferson. 6946 

Pan lifter. © 1 c. July 11, 1940; I 
26552. 

Rosenbaum, Nathan. 6947 

Safety window shade bracket. © 1 
c. June 13, 1940 ; I 26456. 

Schoenduve, George Carl. 6948 

Blake, Moflitt and Towne, Los Ange- 
les, basic weight comparator. © June 
10, 1940 ; I 26619. 

Schrodt, Paul I. 6949, 6950 

Albany, N. Y. : 
City Hall, second building, about 
1745. — State st., north side, Broadway 
to Pearl st., about 1805. © July 12, 
1940 ; J 30614, 30615. 

Schuette, Fred H. 6951 

Baby support for bathtubs and im- 
provements © 1 c. July 11, 1940; I 
26567. 



Schulz, G. A. 6952 

Extension table. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26580. 

Schustrin, Joseph A. 6953-6956 

Barbour (W. Warren) Republican, 

U. S. senator. New Jersey. — Edison 

(Charles) Democrat, governor, New 

Jersey. © 1 c. each July 12, 1940; I 

26497, 26498. 

Cromwell (James H. R.) Democrat, 

U. S. senator. New Jersey. © 1 c. July 

9, 1940 ; I 26496. 

Roosevelt- Wallace. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 

1940 ; I 26623. 

Scientific model airplane co, 

6957-6962 

Fury. — Lightning. — Raven. — Sky- 
scraper. — Speedster. © June 10, 1940 ; 
K 26460-26464. 

Scientific R. O. G. © June 10, 1940 ; 
I 26610. 

Sharp, William Velsen. 6963 

Nickel-shake. © 1 c. July 27, 1940; 
J 30722. 

Sherbondy, William A. 6964, 6965 

Silent merchandiser display rack, 1, 
2. © 1 c. each July 12, 1940 ; J 30633, 
30634. 

Simmons, George U. 6966 

[Don't bite the hand that feeds you] 
© June 27, 1940 ; K 46217. 

Simplex valve & meter co. 6967-6968 
Nivel de tangue de lavado en metros, 

carta grafica 2043. © Apr. 3, 1940; I 

26442. 

Simplex meter type MS, gallons per 

minute, chart 12067. © Apr. 19, 1940 ; 

I 26443. 

Smith, James. 6969 

Combination height gauge. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26569. 

Southern memorial co. 6970, 6971 

Memorial : 

Barry. — Watts. © 1 c. each July 
22, 1940 ; I 26538, 26539. 

Stamaty, Stanley. 6972 

Quigley's quota. © Feb. 5, 1940; K 
46215. 

Stauffer, J. R. 6973-6975 

Lake of molten lava. — Madame Pele's 
profie in flame. — White hot pahoehoe 
lava fountains. © 1 c. each May 3, 
1940 ; J 30787-30789. 



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7020 



Stone, Rolla T. 6976 

Solar water heater. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26570. 

Superman, inc. 6977 

Superman scrap book. © June 24, 
1940 ; K 46079. 

Sutton, Ruth Haviland. 6978, 6979 

Nantucket : 

Basin. — Orange street. © June 3, 
1940 ; K 46093, 46094. 

Sylvania industrial corp. 6980-6983 

Crystal clear, Sylvania cellophane is 
crystal clear. © Mar. 10, 1940; K 
46089. 

Grace and beauty. Sylvania cello- 
phane combines grace and beauty in 
packaging. © Apr. 10, 1940; K 46088. 

Harvest. The manufacturer using 
Sylvania cellophane ... © July 10, 
1940 ; K 46165. 

No losses to report from the oper- 
ating department, Mr. Scott, since we 
have used Sylphcase casings. © Mar. 
9, 1940 ; K 46087. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 6984 

Tag chart, 500-0-IR. © July 1, 1940 ; 
I 26465. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 6985-6997 

Come up and ski me sometime, 9A- 
H2444. — Greetings from Lake of the 
Ozarks, Mo., 9A-H2276.— Hello, sitting 
pretty ! Nothing more to say, my tale 
is told, 9A-H2441. — Indian basket mak- 
ers, Cherokee, N. C, 9A-H2100.— Stand- 
ing Deer (Chief), Cherokee Indian res- 
ervation, Cherokee, N. C, 9A-H2101.— 
Way out West in old Wyoming across 
the hills and prairies roaming, 9A- 
H2176. — We are not experts, but we're 
havin' lotsa fun, 9A-H2443.— Wish you 
were here, there's something happening 
all the time, 9A-H2442. © Jan. 19, 
1940 ; K 46152-46159. 

Greetings from Cedar Rapids, la., 
9A-H2575. © Mar. 15, 1940 ; K 46133. 

Greetings from Rhinelander, Wis., 
OB-H361.— Hello from Hay ward. Wis., 
OB-H348. © Apr. 15, 1940; K 46173, 
46174. 

Utah, D-6220. — Utah state capitol, 
D-6221. © Mar. 23, 1940; K 46171, 
46172. 

Texas book store. 6998 

[Steer heads] © June 15, 1940; K 
46176. 



Thompson (Anson W.) co. 

Cincinnati bearcats. © July 3, 1940 ; 
K 46164. 

Tower, Coney O'Dell Andrew. 7000 
International protective corporation 

bureau of the Tower's tours co., inc., 

ltd. © Aug. 15, 1939 ; K 46218. 

Townsend, Charles Fremont. 7001-7004 
Wallace (Henry A.) 1-4. © 1 c. 

each July 29, 1940 ; J 30724-30727. 

Tucker, W. Eldrid S. 7005-7007 

Prize catch. — Record catch. — Two 
great sword fish. © 1 c. each July 2, 
1940 ; J 30604-30606. 

Tyler, Ernest A. 7008 

Holder for curtain and shade roller 

brackets. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26566. 

Underbill, Irving. 7009-7011 

New York (City) : 

Brick church. Park ave. & 91st St., 
B65357C.— Ninth ave. L, 59th st. sta- 
tion, B65360, 65361. © July 25, 1940; 
J 30749-30751. 

United States pipe & foundry co. 7012 
U. S. cast iron pipe. © July 15, 
1940 ; K 46223. 

Vallentine-Seaver co. 7013 

New! For the first time . . . down 
and hair construction at popular prices. 
© Apr. 22, 1940 ; K 46222. 

Van Vliet, David. 7014 

Where liberty dwells . . . there is my 
country — Benjamin Franklin. © Mar. 
15, 1940 ; K 46193. 

Vazquez, Alejo V. 7015 

Parasol de luxe. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26583. 

Walker, Henry Curtis. 7016 

This home is standing by America. 
© July 11, 1940 ; K 46204. 

Walter, Darwin R., sr. 7017 

Side car attachment for scooters. © 
1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26592. 

Walther, Frederick Peter, jr. 7018 

Spic 'n span fuel service. © July 18, 
1940 ; K 46188. 

Washburn, Frank H., jr. 7019 

Bandage winding machine. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26578. 

Webster, Benjamin. 7020 

Orthocoustic amplifier. © 1 c. July 
5, 1940 ; I 26474. 



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Wells, Hewitt. 7021, 7022 

Removable steel barrier for air raid 
protection. © 1 c. July 26, 1940; I 
26629. 

Removable steel gate panels for the 
interior and exterior of industrial 
buildings, shops, hangers, etc., A-1. © 
July 17, 1940 ; I 26502. 
Will Rogers memorial highway assn. 

7023 

Stay on Will Rogers highway. © 
July 10, 1940 ; K 46216. 
Willard, Calla L. 7024 

Adjustable partition for baking pans. 
© 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26598. 
Williams, William R. 7025 

Heat-work conversion fallacy. © 1 c. 
July 13, 1940 ; I 26622. 
Wilson bros. 7026 

Idea was born. © June 11, 1940; K 
46091. 
Wolff, Carl R. 7027 

Perfect hosiery and hanky dryer. © 
1 c. July 11, 1940 ; I 26483. 
Wright, Seth. 7028 

Rough & ready chicken. © July 11, 
1940 ; K 46132. 



Wylie, Charles A. 7029 

Combination bassinet and carriage 

and improvements. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26565. 

Zarris, James B. 7030 

Salt and pepper shaker. © 1 c. July 
11, 1940 ; I 26555. 

Zegarski, Ralph. 7031 

Meat block drum cleaner. © 1 c, 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26597. 

Zielinski, Joe F. 7032 

Ball valve designed for use as an air, 
liquid or air and liquid check valve. © 
1 c. Aug. 5, 1940 ; I 26624. 

Zimmer, Henry John. 7033, 7034 

U. S. back up warning signal for 
autos and other machines. — U. S. left 
and rite auto turn signal or directional 
indicator. © 1 c. each June 5, 1940 ; I 
26536, 26537. 

Zintsmaster, Daniel W. 7035 

Minneapolis aquatennial queen of 
1940. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1940 ; J 30762. 

Ziriax, Robert L. 7036 

Beacon tavern, Barstow, California. 
© 1 c. May 27, 1940 ; J 30746. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 50 one-copy entries) 242 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 973 one-copy entries). — 1, 608 

Photographs (including 445 one-copy entries)- - 1,099 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 694 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries).— 2,439 

Total. ..-. .-.-. 5.388 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [7036 



McManus, George. 1, 2 

Nearlyweds. R 88983, July 5, 1940. 
Well, now, just look who's coming 

in. R 88982, July 5, 1940. 
© King features syndicate, inc., New 

York. 



Sterrett, Cliff. 

Polly and her pals, 
syndicate, inc., New 
July 5, 1940. 



© King features 
York. R 88984, 



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Alps sportswear mfg. co., inc., Boston. 

7037 
Alps sportswear. For sweaters & 
jackets. © Apr. 26, 1940; KK 194. 

American Bosch corp,, Springfield, 

Mass. 7038, 7039 

American Bosch special high tem- 

I)erature grease. For lubricating 

grease. © Nov. 1, 1939 ; KK 148. 

American Bosch volt-o-matic gen- 
erator regulator. PB-7014. For gen- 
erator regulators. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; KK 
120. 

American maize-products co., New 

York. 7040, 7041 

Laundry starch. [Clothesline label] 

For laundry starch. © June 1, 1940; 

KK17. 

[Maid holding shirt] For laun- 
dry starch. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 18. 

Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles. 

7042-7044 

Self sealing. For fountain pen or 
similar article and container related 
thereto. © July 30, 1940 ; KK 212. 

Stop-n-go. For fountain pens and 
containers. © June 7, 1940; KK 106. 

Strato pen. For fountain pen or 
similar article and container related 
thereto. © July 30, 1940 ; KK 211. 

Angle-sta co., owned by David B. Rush- 
worth, Terre Haute, Ind. 7045 
Angle-sta. For metal mesh angles to 

be used in corners & angles to be 

plastered over. © May 4, 1940; KK 

193. 

Baker extract co., Springfield, Mass. 

7046 
Baker's root beer. For root beer. © 
July 8, 1940 ; KK 51. 

Beck, Elwin R., Yankton, S. D. 7047 
Plast-o-craft ring construction set. 
for cellulose plastic ring construction 
set. © June 26, 1940 ; KK 164. 



Beech-nut packing co. 
N. Y. 



Canajoharie, 
7048, 7049 



Beech-nut Soyas. Form K-27, K-27- 
5. For biscuits or crackers. © Apr. 15, 
1940 ; KK 34. 

Big Horn canning co., Cowley, Wy. 

7050 
Bigwig. For canned sweet peas. © 
July 5, 1940; KK 124. 

Borck & Stevens, inc., Bridgeport, 

Conn. 7051 

Mrs. Webster's bread. For bread. 

© June 1, 1940 ; KK 147. 

Borden co.. New York. 7052-7055 

Borden's Eagle brand sweetened con- 
densed milk, 364-Y. For condensed 
milk. © Feb. 15, 1940 ; KK 99. 

Borden's irradiated evaporated milk. 
For evaporated milk. © May 14, 1940 ; 
KK 100. 

Borden's Silver cow Pearl brand 
evaporated milk, 362-Y. © May 10, 
1940 ; KK 101. 

Borden's sweetheart cup. For ice 
cream sundaes. © June 9, 1940; KK 
57. 

Butler paper products co., Toledo. 

7056-7058 

Terr, design 389. Gold Brook brand 
creamery butter. For butter. © Mar. 
14, 1940 ; KK 165. 

Terr. des. 391. Flowerdale brand 
butter. For butter. © June 25, 1940 ; 
KK 167. 

Terr. 392. Maple Leaf brand cream- 
ery butter. For butter. © June 19, 
1940 ; KK 166. 

Calavo-subtropic fruit co., Los Angeles. 

7059 
Juicy-fresh limes. For fresh limes. 
© June 14, 1940 ; KK 201. 

Certainsweep mfg. co., John A. Goll, 
prop., Carthage, Mo. 7060 

Certainsweep, it dusts as it sweeps. 

For floorsweeping compound. © June 

14, 1940 ; KK 102. 

Christensen, Fred N., San Francisco. 

7061 



Beech-nut coffee. Form G-12-A. Smack. For game board & box for 
For coffee. © Feb. 29, 1940 ; KK 136. | equipment. © June 4, 1940 ; KK 203. 

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7090 



Christy games corp., Menominee, Mich. 

7062 

Christy's game of football. For game. 
© Apr. 10, 1940 ; KK 15. 
Clayton (A. C.) ptg. co., St. Louis. 

7063-7067 

Fine footwear. Guarantee shoe co., 
San Antonio. For shoes. © July 2, 
1940 ; KK 158. 

Hart-Albin co. For shoes. © June 

29, 1940 ; KK 156. 

Mabley & Carew, Carew Tower, 

Cincinnati. For shoes. © June 17, 
1940 ; KK 7. 

Regenstein's. For shoes. © July 

19, 1940 ; KK 108. 

Vogue. For shoes. © July 11, 

1940 ; KK 157. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 

7068-7070 
Exclusive ! Ultra-refined Clorox 
liquid cleaning washing compound. 1 
pint. For bleaching, cleansing antisep- 
tic disinfecting germicidal and deodor- 
izing compound. © May 24, 1940 ; KK 
39. 

1 quart. For a bleaching, cleans- 
ing antiseptic disinfecting germicidal 
and deodorizing compound. © May 24, 
1940 ; KK 37. 

i gallon. For a bleaching, cleans- 
ing antiseptic disinfecting germicidal 
and deodorizing compound. © May 24, 
1940 ; KK 38. 

Columbia baking co., Atlanta. 7071 

Twin pack 2 in 1 bread. For bread. 
© June 3, 1940 ; KK 144. 

Community frosted food co., Doyles- 
town. Pa. 7072 

Snowbird brand. For frosted fresh 
foods — broccoli. © May 1, 1940; KK 
55. 

Cooper, Herman I., New York. 7073 
Sleep-air spine relaxer. For mat- 
tresses. © June 11, 1940 ; KK 110. 

Cotton club beverage co. See Miller 
Becker co. 

Crayon, water color & craft institute, 
inc.. New York. 7074 

Certified products. For pressed and 
molded colored chalk, drawing crayons, 
water colors, liquid and powdered tem- 
pera colors. © May 15, 1940 ; KK 177. 

Curtis (David) doing business as De-ce 
products CO., New York. 7075 

Anestozal. For a topical anesthetic. 

© June 20, 1940 ; KK 221. 



De-ce products co. See Curtis, David. 

Diamond oil co. of New York, New 
York. 7076, 7077 

Diamond motor oil. [No. 1, red label] 

For motor oil. © July 10, 1940; KK 

35. 

[No. 2, blue label] For motor oil. 

© July 10, 1940 ; KK 36. 

Dobeckmun co., Cleveland. 7078 

Full measure. For merchandise bags. 
© June 6, 1940 ; KK 29. 

Dwinell- Wright co., Boston. 7079, 7080 
Circle W. For coffee. © June 21, 

1940 ; KK 23. 

White House. For coffee. © June 

10, 1940 ; KK 22. 

Elberta packing co., Elberta, Mich. 7081 
Cherry ho ! For canned cherries. © 
June 13, 1940 ; KK 21. 

Electric household utilities corp., Chi- 
cago. 7082 
Thor gladiron. Form no. 40-90. For 

ironing machines. © July 9, 1940 ; KK 

145. 

Ernst cereal co., Nashville. 7083 

Ernst. For corn flakes. © Nov. 28, 
1936 ; KK 48. 

Esslinger's, inc., Philadelphia. 7084 
Esslinger's. For cream ale. © June 
19, 1940 ; KK 5. 

Ettelson-Fine co., inc., Philadelphia. 

7085 
V-line clothes co. For men's clothing. 
© Apr. 30, 1940 ; KK 1. 

Fielding (Michael) doing business as 
Fielding presentations, Chicago. 7086 
Tactics. Premium ed. For games. 

© June 19, 1940 ; KK 179. 

Fielding presentations. See Fielding 
(Michael) 

Finch, Theodore W., Rochester, N. Y. 

7087 
Chef saus. For a sauce for coloring 
& flavoring meat dishes, gravy, etc. © 
Mar. 10, 1940 ; KK 126. 

Fleischmann distilling corp., New York. 

7088-7090 

Congress hall. For blended whiskey. 
© Aug. 6, 1940 ; KK 224. 

Daviess County. For Kentucky 
straight bourbon whiskey. © Aug. 2, 
1940 ; KK 210. 

Old medley. For Kentucky straight 
bourbon whiskey. © July 31, 1940 ; KK 
209. 



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Fox, Thomas A., Danville, Va. 7091 
Re-new. For upholstery cleaner and 
renewer. © May 28, 1940 ; KK 6. 

Friedrichs (E. H. & A. C.) co., New 
York. 7092, 7093 

Plastol. For permanent modeling 

clay. © May 2, 1940 ; KK 128. 

Plastola. For permanent modeling 

clay. © May 2, 1940; KK 127. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 

7094-7096 

Kix. 18-A. For breakfast cereal. 
© June 3, 1940 ; KK 216. 

Wheaties. 48-H. For wheat cereal. 
©Apr. 22, 1940; KK 215. 

Wheaties — individual serving. 48. 
For wheat cereal. © Apr. 17, 1940; 
KK 214. 

Goll (John A.) See Certainsweep mfg. 

CO. 

Gotham silk hosiery co., inc.. New York. 

7097 
Gotham Gold Stripe [hosiery] made 
of Du Pont Nylon. For hosiery. © 
Apr. 29, 1940 ; KK 49. 

Great Falls breweries, inc., Great Falls, 
Mont. 7098 

Great Falls beer, select, it's the flavor. 

For beer. © June 10, 1940 ; KK 132. 

Guenzel, Henry Oscar, Rusk, Tex. 7099 

Modern doughnut — Dunkers. For a 
new formed & shaped doughnut. © 
June 12, 1940 ; KK 204. 

Hance bros. & White co., Philadelphia. 

7100 

Phenol sodique. For antiseptic. © 
June 19, 1940 ; KK 223. 

Hartman beverage co. [B. F. Hartman], 
Knoxville, Tenn. 7101 

Lucky grape soda. For bottled soft 
drinks. © June 7, 1940 ; KK 176. 

Harvey, Olive Jane, Eden, N. Y. 

7102, 7103 

Olivejay rub. For rubbing liniment. 
© Apr. 22, 1940 ; KK 138. 

Olivejay shampoo. For hair shampoo 
preparation. © Apr. 22, 1940 ; KK 137. 

Hutt (Eduard F.) sole owner Hutt 

products CO., Lone Jack, Mo. 7104 

Zeft antiseptic. For bottled anti- 
septic. © May 9, 1940 ; KK 24. 

Hutt products co. See Hutt (Eduard F.) 



International foodcraft corp., Brooklyn. 

7105 
Nubryo ironized wheat germ. For 

cereal food product. © June 18, 1940 ; 

KK32. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 7106 
Modeled after Scotch hand knit types. 

For stockings. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 4. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, 

Wis. 7107 

Johnson's waxed-floor cleaner. For 

a cleaner for removing old wax from 

floors. © Mar. 11, 1940 ; KK 129. 

Lamport (Alexander) & brother, Chi- 
cago. 7108, 7109 
White Feather ticking. For ticking. 

© Mar. 8, 1940 ; KK 11. 

White Feather ticking. The best 

there is. For cotton goods — ticking. © 

Mar. 8, 1940; KK 115. 

Latimer laboratory, inc., New York. 

7110 
Put athlete's foot in an oxygen tent. 
For medicinal ointment. © May 15, 
1940 ; KK 104. 

Leon (Max M.) doing business as 
Whole-sum products co., Philadelphia. 

7111 
Butter puffs. For confection. © 

Apr. 3, 1940 ; KK 58. 

Lexington roller mills, inc., Lexington, 
Ky. 7112 

Vitohart. For flour. © June 14, 

1940 ; KK 200. 

Lily-tulip cup corp., New York. 

7113-7116 

Elphie. no. 98 gem. For cups and 
containers. © July 8, 1940 ; KK 44. 

Lily cups — for good sports — Lily 
cups — for good health. Size 957 gem. 
For cups and containers. © May 28, 
1940 ; KK 43. 

Merry-go-round, no. 75 gem. For 
cups and containers. © June 3, 1940 ; 
KK42. 

Snowman, no. 143 gem. For cups 
and containers. © July 8, 1940; KK 
173. 

Little brown jug products co., St. Louis. 

7117 

Table delight syrup. For table syrup. 
© Mar. 26, 1940 ; KK 161. 

Long (W. E.) CO., Chicago. 7118 

Bonnie B. For bread [and other 
bakery products] © June 12, 1940 ; KK 
146. 



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no. 7, 1940 



•148 



Lucca products, Chicago. 



7119 



Lucca Italian style spaghetti sauce. 
For tomato sauce. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 
107. 

Mars, inc., Chicago. 7120 

Mars [candy label] For candy bars. 
© June 19, 1940 ; KK 52. 

Mead, Johnson & co., Evansville, Ind. 

7121, 7122 

Mead's mineral oil with malt syrup. 
For mineral oil with malt syrup. © 
June 18, 1940 ; KK 27. 

.Mead's nicotinic acid tablets. For 
nicotinic acid tablets. © June 3, 1940 ; 
KK26. 

Mendle ptg. co., St. Louis. 7123, 7124 

Block and Kuhl of Illinois. [Box 
wrap] For shoes. © June 25, 1940; 
KK 185. 

Smart footwear. [Box wrap] For 
shoes. © June 7, 1940 ; KK 186. 

Meyer, Carl, Clinton, Ind. 7125 

Sambo light bread. For light bread. 
© July 9, 1940 ; KK 187. 

Mid-west food packers, inc., Fowlerton, 
^, Ind. 7126, 7127 

Meguiar's super quality — chili sauce. 
For chili sauce, © June 21, 1940 ; KK 
154. 

Meguiar's super quality — tomato cat- 
sup. For tomato catsup, © June 21, 
1940 ; KK 153, 

Miller Becker co., doing business as 
Cotton club beverage co., Cleveland. 

7128 
Cotton club. For bottled soft drinks. 

© Mar. 15, 1940 ; KK 226. 

Miller-Smith hosiery mills, Chatta- 
nooga. 7129 
Welcome, stranger ! For children's 

socks. © May 20, 1940 ; KK 14. 

Mutual cantaloupe growers exchange, 
inc., Ridgeway, N. C. 7130 

Ridgeway delicious. For graded 

cantaloupes, © July 19, 1940 ; KK 109, 

National ice cream co„ Chicago. 7131 
National cremix bar. For ice cream 
bars. © June 5, 1940 ; KK 155. 

National oil products co.. Harrison, 
N. J. 7132 

Nopco 99 soap. For powdered soap. 

© July 16, 1940 ; KK 188. 



Natural set-up sales corp., St. Louis, 

7133 
Sun drop. For lemonade. © June 5, 
1940 ; KK 10, 

Near East tobacco co,, inc.. New York. 

7134, 7135 

Aces High. For cigarettes. © July 
31, 1940 ; KK 189. 

Club cigarettes. For cigarettes. © 
July 20, 1940 ; KK 174. 

Newman (Max H,) doing business as 
Tummy toner co.. New York, 7136 
Milk champ. For beverage. © Apr, 

2, 1940 ; KK 8. 

Old South perfumers, Batavia, 111. 

7137-7139 

Old South Cotton blossom lotion. 
For toilet preparations. © July 9, 
1940 ; KK 142. 

Old South eau de cologne. Planta- 
tion garden. [Carton] For toilet prep- 
arations. © July 9, 1940 ; KK 143. 

Old South Woodland spice eau de 
cologne. For toilet preparations. © 
July 9, 1940 ; KK 141. 

Olson (Fred G.) d, b. a. Olson's bakery, 
Los Angeles. 7140 

Egyptian meal. For bread. © Jan, 

11, 1940 ; KK 222. 

Olson's bakery. Sfee Olson, Fred G, 

Parkview pharmacies, Kansas City, 
Mo. 7141 

You need "it", it peps you up. For 
beverages. © Apr. 21, 1940 ; KK 30. 

Penick & Ford, ltd., inc., New York. 

7142-7145 

Penick. For gloss starch. © May 
18, 1940 : KK 213. 

Royal. For syrups. © July 15 
1940 ; KK 197. 

Sweet home. For table syrup, © 
July 15, 1940 ; KK 199. 

Sweetland. For table syrups. © 
July 15, 1940 ; KK 198. 

Pei)er (Christian) tobacco co., St. 

Louis. 7146-7148 

Fifth avenue mixture. Pocket pack- 
age. For smoking tobacco. © July 9, 
1940 ; KK 169. 

Fifth avenue mixture. Sealed pouch. 
For smoking tobacco. © July 9, 1940 ; 
KK 170. 

Golden state. For [smoking tobacco] 
Cigarettes. © May 16, 1940; KK 168. 



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Platteville milk products co., Platte- 
ville, Wis. 7149 

Galaxo. For milk powder. © July 

1, 1940 ; KK 119. 

Progress brewing co., inc., Oklahoma 
City. 7150 

Jayhawk select quality pilsener beer. 

For beer. © June 5, 1940 ; KK 118. 

Prophylactic products Corp., Boston. 

7151 
Safe T ring. For prophylactic arti- 
cles such as finger cots and covers for 
the treatment and prevention of vene- 
real disease. © May 27, 1940 ; KK 140. 

Rayle, George B., Arcadia, Calif. 7152 

Jeap juice. Penetrating lubricant. 
© June 18, 1940 ; KK 133. 

Rex research Corp., Toledo. 7153 

Rex 99. For liquid insecticide. © 
May 22, 1940 ; KK 134. 

Rushworth, David B. See Augle-sta 

CO. 

Ryan, Mildred H. & Ryan, J. Richard, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. 7154 

Ryan's formerly Horton's Russian 
salad dressing. For Russian salad 
dressing. © June 20, 1940 ; KK 59. 

San Gabriel vineyard co., San Gabriel, 
Calif. 7155 

Old grape vine. For wine. © May 
20, 1940 ; KK 159. 

Schonbrunn (S. A.) & co., inc., New 
York. 7156 

Medaglia d'oro. For tea bags. © 
June 14, 1940 ; KK 117. 

Slonim, Samuel, Brooklyn. 7157 

Brigadiers. For metal soldiers. © 
July 25, 1940 ; KK 162. 

Snyder, Paul, Baltimore. 7158 

Naytives. For shorts. © July 2, 
1940 ; KK 113. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York 

7159-7163 

Fleischmann's. For vitamin Bi 
yeast. © June 25, 1940 ; KK 175. 

Fleischmann's. For yeast. © Aug. 
23, 1938 ; KK 191. 

Fleischmann's forvitan. For a vita- 
min-containing food, particularly a mix- 
ture containing fruit substances & 
yeast. © Oct. 4, 1939 ; KK 190. 



Fleischmann's forvitan. [48 grams] 
For a vitamin-containing food, particu- 
larly a mixture containing fruit sub- 
stances & yeast. © Oct. 4, 1939; KK 
192. 

Fleischmann's rye sour. For a cul- 
ture for sour rye breads. © Mar. 14, 
1940 ; KK 47. 

Starer, Betty G., Brooklyn. 7164 

Betty Just's goodwill compound. For 

expectorant. © June 29, 1940 ; KK 25. 

Stearns' electric paste co., Chicago. 

7165, 7166 

Stearns' electric rat and roach paste. 
[Carton] For rat and roach paste. © 
Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 19. 

[Label] For rat and roach 

paste. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 20. 

Stroehmann bros co., Harrisburg, Pa. 

7167 
Stroehmann's mother-made bread. 
For bread. © June 12, 1940 ; KK 2. 

Sunset fruit co., Yuba City, Calif. 7168 
Peggy Peach. For yellow cling 

halves peaches. © July 15, 1940; KK 

111. 

Tennessee, University. Engineering 
experiment station, Knoxville. 7169 
Tennessee lima beans. For frozen^ 

foodstuff, lima beans. © Sept. 1, 1939 ; 

KK 195. 

Tummy toner co. See Newman 

(Max H) 
Universal pictures, inc.. Universal City, 

Calif. 7170 

Gloria Jean paper doll cut-outs. For 
box of paper dolls. © June 25, 1940; 
KK 54. 

University of Tennessee engineering ex- 
periment station. See Tennessee. 

University. Engineering experiment 

station. 
Webb pub. co., St. Paul. 7171 

Giant salute. Charles manufactur- 
ing CO. For container. © June 20, 
1940 ; KK 178. 
Weco products co., Chicago. 7172 

Dr. West's "25". For tooth brushes. 
© July 16, 1940 ; KK 205. 
Whole-sum products co. See Leon 

(Max M.) 
Wohl shoe co., St. Louis. 7173 

Wohl footwear. For footwear. © 
June 5, 1940 ; KK 149. 
Woodill, A. C, Riverside, Calif. 7174 

Best for juice — and every use. For 
citrus fruits. © Mar. 20, 1940 ; KK 50. 



148 



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no. 7. 1940 



176 



Youngberg bros,, Meriden, Conn. 7175 
Stirrups. For drink muddlers. © 
May 15, 1940 ; KK 3. 



Yuengling ( D. G.) & son. inc.. Potts- 
ville. Pa. 7176 

ABC. alwavs hest choice. For beer. 

© July 10, 1^0 ; KK 103. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1940. 



140 



149 



PRINTS 



American Bosch corp., Springfield, 
Mass. 7177 

American Bosch ignition coil. Form 

3153. For ignition coils. © June 1, 

1940 ; KK 135. 

American brewing co. of Rochester, 
N. Y., inc., Rochester, N. Y. 7178 
Always right and right for you. For 

beer & ale. © June 6, 1940; KK 151. 

Aronson-Caplin co., inc.. New York. 

7179 
Seamprufe and lingerie. For wom- 
en's undergarments. © July 2, 1940; 
KK 122. 

Beamlite electric Corp., New York. 

7180 
Beamlite presents . , . the dated lamp. 
For electric light bulbs. © May 18, 
1940 ; KK 33. 

Borden co., New York. 7181 

Halt for a malt. For ice cream. © 
Apr. 23, 1940 ; KK 152. 

Calavo-subtropic fruit co., Los Angeles. 

7182 
Drink a lime-aid. For fresh limes. 
© June 14, 1940 ; KK 202. 

Celcure wood preserving corp., Jackson- 
ville, Fla. 7183 
It's an inside job. For wood preserv- 
atives. © July 11, 1940 ; KK 130. 

Chaney's, inc., Dallas. 7184 

Pot-luck lunch. For food. © Aug. 
1, 1940 ; KK 220. 

Confair, Z. H., Williamsport, Pa. 7185 
It is not the Jack Frost that freezes 
but the Jack Frost that pleases. For 
beverages. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 105. 

Davidson rubber co., Charlestown, 
Mass. 7186 

Tarsalfit pad. For metatarsal pad 

for shoes. © May 15, 1940 ; KK 131. 

Dictograph sales corp., New York. 7187 
Acousticon opens a new world of ac- 
tivity for you. For hearing aid. © 
June 24, 1940 ; KK 180. 

Esmond, Gundlach & co. See Gundlach, 
George P. 



Gonsett, F. R., Los Angeles. 7188 

Hollywood blackouts. For eye 
shields. © May 9, 1940 ; KK 121. 

Gundlach (George P.) trading as Es- 
mond, Gundlach & co., Cincinnati. 

7189 
Introducing Bim buttermilk. For 

beverages. © June 17, 1940 ; KK 208. 

Hampden brewing co., Willimansett, 

Mass. 7190 

Champion catch. For ale and beer. 

© July 1, 1940 ; KK 12. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little 
Falls, N. Y. 7191 

Junket freezing mix, makes smooth 

ice cream, 4 flavors. © July 10, 1940; 

KK 225. 

Hayes, James Henry, New York. 7192 
Use Action lures. For artificial lures. 
© Apr. 18, 1940 ; KK 160. 

Heileman (G.) brewing co.. La Crosse, 
Wis. 7193, 7194 

Golden Leaf. For beer. © June 6, 

1940 ; KK 172. 

Old style junior. Lager beer. © 

May 11, 1940 ; KK 171. 

International latex corp., New York. 

7195 
Life — it lives and breathes with you ! 
Playtex living girdle. For girdle. © 
Apr. 29, 1940 ; KK 114. 

Kuhls (H. B. Fred) See Kuhls 
(Hiema J.) 

Kuhls (Hiema J.) Executrix of estate 
of H. B. Fred Kuhls, Brooklyn. 7196 
Kuhls. For elastic seam composi- 
tions, glues, etc. © May 15, 1940 ; KK 
125. 

Latz (Harry) service. New York. 7197 
Carstairs fish-a-graph. For blended 
whiskey. © May 24, 1940 ; KK 61. 

Lowe (Joe) corp.. New York. 

7198-7237 

Big double treat Creamsicle, 5^, a 

Popsicle product. 10-R-l. For frozen 

stick confectionery products. © Mar. 

11, 1940 ; KK 80. 



160 



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7237 



Buy three! Our favorite ice cream 
on-a-stick. lO-AS-6. For frozen con- 
fections. © Mar. 18, 1940 ; KK 75. 

Cooling Popsicle, 5^. A frozen drink 
on-a-stick. A refreshing treat for sum- 
mer heat. lO-P-6. For frozen stick 
confectionery products. © Mar. 15, 
1940 ; KK 65. 

Cooling Popsicle, 54. A frozen drink 
on-a-stick. Bigger better prizes too, 
save bags. 10-P2. For frozen stick 
confectionery products. © Mar. 9, 
1940 ; KK 96. 

Double treat — big Creamsicle, 64. 
Delicious coated ice cream. 10-R7. 
For ice cream stick confectionery prod- 
ucts. © Feb. 16, 1940; KK 94. 

Enjoy a delightful sail to beautiful 
Steeplechase park. For frozen confec- 
tions. © May 27, 1940; KK 218. 

Free combination ticket for steeple- 
chase. 10-T8. For frozen confections. 
© May 22, 1940 ; KK 70. 

Free sightseeing trip up the Hudson. 
10-T7. For frozen confections. © May 
22, 1940 ; KK 68. 

Frozen drink on-a-stick, Popsicle, 54. 
1(>-P7. For frozen stick confectionery 
products. © Feb. 16, 1940; KK 88. 

Frozen drink on-a-stick, Popsicle, 54. 
Lasts lots longer. 10-P-l. For frozen 
stick confectionery products. © Mar. 
11, 1940 ; KK 79. 

Frozen fudge on-a-stick. Fudgicle, 
54. Better than ever. 10 F-1. For 
frozen stick confectionery products. 
© Mar. 11, 1940 ; KK 91. 

Fudgicle. Umm ! Frozen fudge 
better than ever, 54. 10-FS 2. For 
frozen stick confectionery products. © 
Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 81. 

More than a new flavor, a new kind 
of ice cream. The fudge is in the ice 
cream — Revel. lQ-V-5. For frozen 
confectionery products. © Mar. 15, 
1940 ; KK 92. 

More than a new flavor, a new kind 
of ice cream. The fudge is in the ice 
cream — Revel — 54. lO-V-4. For froz- 
en confectionery products. © Mar. 15, 
1940 ; KK 69. 

More than a new flavor — Revel choco- 
late sundae ice cream — the fudge is in 
the ice cream. lO-V-2. For frozen 
confectionery products. © Mar. 14, 
1940 ; KK 98. 

New big Popsicle. Lasts lots longer. 
Frozen drink on-a-stick. lOP-9. For 
frozen stick confectionery products. © 
Apr. 22, 1940 ; KK 00. 



New ! Butterscotch Revel — pure but- 
terscotch in your favorite ice cream. 
9 V-l-B. For frozen confectionery 
products. © Feb. 2, 1940; KK 62. 

New ! Delicious ! Revel. The fudge 
is in the ice cream — at the fountain — 
chocolate sundae ice cream. lO-V-3. 
For frozen confectionery products. © 
Mar. 19, 1940 ; KK 73. 

New ! Deliciously different butter- 
scotch Revel pure butterscotch in your 
favorite ice cream. 9 V-2-B. For 
frozen confectionery products. © Feb, 

2, 1940 ; KK 84. 

New Maltsicle delicious chocolate 
malted on-a-stick, 54 lOHl. For malt- 
ed frozen stick confectionery products. 
© Feb. 28. 1940 ; KK 87. 

Pick out the one that belongs to you ! 
For frozen confections. © Apr. 1, 1940 ; 
KK63. 

Popsicle Pete's free gifts, save bags ! 
Popsicle — Fudgicle — Creamsicle. 10- 
T2. For frozen stick confectionery 
products. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 97. 

Save bags for Popsicle Pete's free 
gifts. 10-T-l-G. For frozen confec- 
tions. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 78. 

Save bags, free gifts ! Creamsicle, 5^. 
10-R4. For frozen stick confectionery 
products. © Mar. 1, 1940; KK 89. 

Save bags, swell gifts. Bigger ! Bet- 
ter ! Prizes, too. Cooling Popsicle, 54- 
10-P3. For frozen stick confectionery 
products. © Mar. 14, 1940; KK 74. 

Some party! Delicious chocolate 
marshmallow Revel ice cream, a new 
ice cream. lOV-11. For frozen con- 
fectionery products. © Apr. 29, 1940; 
KK83. 

Some party! Delicious strawberry 
Revel ice cream. A new ice cream. 
lOV-8. For frozen confectionery prod- 
ucts. © Apr. 29, 1940 ; KK 85. 

Some party! Double treat Cream- 
sicle, 54. Deliciously coated ice cream 
on-a-stick. 10-R3. For frozen stick 
confectionery products. © Mar. 11, 
1940 ; KK 95. 

Strawberry Revel ice cream — it's de- 
licious ! More than a new flavor — a 
new ice cream. 10-V12. For frozen 
confectionery products. © Mar. 15, 
1940 ; KK 71. 

Strawberry sundae ice cream Revel — 
it's delicious! More than a new fla- 
vor — a new ice cream. 10-V12. For 
frozen confectionery products. © Apr. 

3, 1940 ; KK 72. 



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7238 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Lowe (Joe) Corp., New York — Contd. 

This month's special orange Pop- 
sicle. 10 P-118. For frozen confec- 
tions on-a-stick. © July 1, 1940; KK 
217. 

Tuned to the taste. Revel sandwich, 
54. Candee coated cracker and de- 
licious ice cream. 10-A9 V. For ice 
cream sandwich frozen confectionery 
products. © Mar. 4, 1940; KK 77. 

Umm ! Double treat Creamsicle, 5<^. 
Deliciously coated ice cream. 10-R2. 
For frozen stick confectionery products. 
© Mar. 11, 1940 ; KK 76. 

Umm ! Frozen fudge Fudgicle bet- 
ter than ever. 10^F5. For frozen con- 
fections. © Feb. 16. 1940; KK 66 . 

Umm ! Frozen fudge Fudgicle, 5^, 
on-a-stick, better than ever. 10-F3. 
For frozen stick confectionery product. 
© Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 219. 

Umm! Frozen fudge Fudgicle, 5(^, 
on a stick, better than ever. 10-FS7. 
For frozen stick confectionery prod- 
ucts. © Feb. 16, 1940; KK 93. 

Umm ! Frozen fudge Fudgicle on-a- 
stick, 5^, better than ever. 10-FS4. 
For frozen stick confectionery prod- 
ucts. © Mar. 4, 1940 ; KK 82. 

Umm ! Strawberry, 5<^. Delicious 
strawberry Revel ice cream. More 
than a new flavor — a new ice cream. 
lOV-9 For frozen confectionery prod- 
ucts. © Apr. 29, 1940; KK 86. 

We sell Popsicle Pete's cooling Pop- 
sicle, 54. The frozen drink on-a-stick. 
lO-P-8. For frozen stick confectionery 
products. © Mar. 1, 1940; KK 64. 

We sell Popsicle Pete's frozen goodies 
on a stick. 10-T5. For frozen stick 
confectionery products. © Mar. 11, 
1940 ; KK 67. 

Marchado, Eugenie, New York. 7238 
Have you age lines? For cosmetics. 
© Apr. 6, 1940 ; KK 181. 

Masonite corp., Chicago. 7239 
Quartermasters: Solve your con- 
struction problems with Masonite. For 
Masonite building materials. © May 
31. 1940; KK 163. 

Nagel, Morris, New York. 7240 

Jitter bug pants our specialty. For 
trousers. © June 28, 1940 ; KK 13. 

National concrete burial vault assn., 
Cleveland. 7241 

Service — quality. For concrete 

burial vaults. © Apr. 15, 1940 ; KK 56. 



New century beverage co., San Fran- 
cisco. 7242 
Belfast sparkles lots longer. For 

sparkling lithiated water. © June 12, 

1940 : KK 196. 



Nilson, Carolyn, Detroit. 

Carolyn Nilson wonder 
For cosmetics. © July 16, 
116. 



7243 
cosmetics. 
1940; KK 

7244 



Olt, Philip S., Pekin, 111. 

Decoying. For game bird calls. © 
May 14, 1940 ; KK 31. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 

7245, 7246 

Announcing two-for-life. For foun- 
tain pens and mechanical pencils. © 
June 22, 1940 ; KK 46. 

Let's all chip in and give him the 
finest. For fountain pens and mechani- 
cal pencils. © June 11, 1940 ; KK 45. 

Railley corp., Cleveland. 7247 

This is a genuine pin-it-up lamp. For 

pin-it-up lamp. © July 3, 1940; KK 

207. 

Snyder, Paul, Baltimore. 7248-7250 
Naytives. For shorts. © June 12, 

1940 ; KK 40. 
Same. © June 12, 1940; KK 

112. 

Zip-gard. For sw^eaters. © June 12, 

1940 ; KK 41. 

Steber mfg. co., Chicago. 7251 

Steber uti-lite color equipment. For 

electrical equipment. © July 1, 1940; 

KK 206. 

Stix, Henry W., Cincinnati. 7252 

Double 14 sale. For wall paper. © 

Feb. 27, 1940 ; KK 28. 

Superior products, Chicago. 7253 

3-way fortune telling combination. 

For game. © Apr. 30, 1940 ; KK 16. 

Topics pub. CO., inc.. New York. 7254 
Famous nationally advertised brand. 

For tooth paste. © June 15, 1940 ; KK 

123. 

Union petroleum co., Lexington, Neb. 

7255-7257 
Union's tractolube reduces friction, 

saves w^ear. [Green & yellow] For 

petroleum products. © Apr. 6, 1940; 

KK 183. 
[Pink & red] For petroleum 

products. © Apr. 6, 1940 ; KK 182. 

[White & orange] For petro- 
leum products. © Apr. 6, 1940; KK 
184. 



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no. 7, 1940 



7263 



Voinche, Mona Lucille, Bunkie, La. 

7258 
AddaKilowatt for better living. For 
electrical energy. © May 3, 1940 ; KK 
227. 

Waring corp., New York. 72.59 

Aluron for all you iron. For electric 

steam iron. © Apr. 12, 1940; KK 150. 

Welles, William A., Walla Walla, Wash. 

7260 
Safe way .... Safeway's chain 
stores. For poultry. © Dec. 6, 1939; 
KK 53. 



Williams (J. B.) co., Glastonbury, 
Conn. 7261 

Only electric razor. For razors. © 

May 29, 1940 ; KK 9. 

Wilson (Lee) & co., Wilson, Ark. 7262 
My oh! My. Lee Wilson's Planta- 
tion hickory smoked ham, bacon, sau- 
sage. For ham, bacon, sausage. © 
May 28. 1940 ; KK 60. 

Wright, Seth H., Wichita. 7263 

Wright's polar bear frozen custard. 
For confectionery. © Apr. 14 1940 ; 
KK 139. 



Number of entries of Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1940 87 



153 



7264-8337 
THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 1906, AND OF MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 4 

WORKS OF ART; REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; 
DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECH- 
NICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS Aim PICTO- 
RIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL PRINTS 
AND LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 8 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles 
of commercial prints and labels. These will be found at the end of each issue. 
A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including com- 
mercial prints and labels used for articles of merchandise. "©" implies copy- 
right 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. 

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

The annual index of proprietors is furnished for this part in the final issue 
for the year. The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the com- 
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Under the provisions of the act of Congress, approved May 23, 1928, the 
prices of the various parts of the Catalog are now as follows : 

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Lectures, and Maps — 3. 00 

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Part 3, Musical Compositions — - 3. 00 

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cluding Commercial Prints and Labels used for articles of merchan- 
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Notice is, therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Aarons, George.* 7264 

Koussevitzky (Serge) © July 8, 
1940 ; G 36357. 

Adams, Frank E.* 7265, 7266 

Willkie.— Win with Willkie. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 3, 1940 ; G 36214, 36215. 

Allan, Bruce Perry.* 7267 

Allan line. © 1 c. Mar. 12, 1940; G 
36384. 

Alpha coal co., inc. 7268 

Goodman (Walter) : 

Big Ben. © 1 c. July 11, 1940 ; G 
36206. 
American hotel go. of Missouri, 

7269-7271 
Gray (George) : 
Deeply affected by news of his son's 
death. Major Clay C. MacDonald . . . — 
Missouri swamp fox, Brigadier Gen- 
eral M. Jeff Thompson . . . — Platte pur- 
chase. Through efforts of U. S. sen- 
ator Lewis F. Linn ... © 1 c. each 
Aug. 3, 1940; G 36251-36253. 

Americana designs. 7272, 7273 

Brandfield (Kitty) : 

Bust of girl. — Horse and eques- 
trienne. © Aug. 7, 1940; G 36145, 
36146. 

Anderson-Friberg co. 7274, 7275 

Anderson (George) Memorial: 

Canfield. — Cooley. © Aug. 17, 
1940 ; G 36302, 36303. 



Aquilla, Fred. 

Schtulman (Sidney) : 
Joe King the ray man. 
29, 1940 : G 36373. 



7276 



© 1 c. Aug. 



7277 



Baldwin, William Edward. 
Sinz (Walter A.) : 
Blackstone (William) 1723-1780. 
© July 20, 1940 ; G 36400. 

Bazelon, Jacob L. 7278 

Todd (Robert) : 

Symbol of liberty and peace. © 1 
c. Aug. 8, 1940 ; G 36259. 



Berliner ( S. ) monument co. 7279 

Berliner (Ben) : 

Redman monument. © 1 c. Aug. 
23, 1940 ; G 36350. 



Biel, Ernest.* 

Kioskophone. 
G 36362. 



7280 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1940; 



Bohland, Gustav.* 7281 

Sailflsh. © Dec. 21, 1938; G 36365. 

Brockwell, John Butler.* 7282 

Bobby Bear. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1940 ; G 
36401. 

Budget news corp. 7283 

Nutting (Stanley R.) : 

Drawings and design on Declara- 
tion of Independence. © Aug. 22, 1940 ; 
G 36364. 

Butler, Mary Cable.* 7284-7286 

Approach to Paradise (Paradise 
Cove) — Pause in the day's occupation. — 
Rest after toil, port after stormy seas. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 29, 1940; G 36369- 
36371. 

Byrnes, Loy.* 7287-7289 

Buzz Sawyer : 
Accepts an .assignment, 2. — One 
chosen, 1. — Receives his secret code 
card, 3. © 1 c. each July 26, 1940 ; G 
36210-36212. 

Campbell-Horigan. 7290 

Gittings (Eugene) : 

Dickson memorial. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1940 ; G 36300. 

Caswell, Muriel.* 7291 

Keats (John) © 1 c. Aug. 6, 1940; 
G 36221. 

Gear ley (J. W.) & sons. 7292 

Copeland (L. L.) : 

Memorial with pedestal and bird 
bath in center and wings on either side. 
© 1 c. Sept. 3, 1940 ; G 36392. 



155 



CATALOG or COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



7293 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Church statuary co. 7293 

Brandolini (Luigi) : 
Liturgical altar, 508. © 1 c. June 
28, 1940 ; G 36241. 

Columbian bank note co. 7294 

Fors (Lawrence) jr.: 
Allegorical male figure, seated, 
holding gear in one hand, lightning 
bolts in other. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1940; 
G 36262. 

Cook, Watkins & Patch, inc. 7295-7301 
Patten ( Glancy W. ) Memorial 

marker : 

Breckenbridge - Remington, 2209, 
2210.— Brill-Bond-Holburne-Stafeordley, 
2211-2214. © Aug. 1, 1940; G 36293, 
36294. 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 
Gireaux, 2215.— Maruchek, 2216.— 
Reissman, 2218.— Syverson, 2217. © 
Aug. 1, 1940; G 36295-36298. 
Small (Janet) Memorial: 
Blaisdell, 2221. © Aug. 1, 1940; 
G 36292. 

Davis, S. P.* 7302 

United we stand, divided we fall, © 
1 c. Aug. 26, 1940 ; G 36360. 

De Haas, Hector.* 7303, 7304 

Male pheasant. © Aug. 19, 1940; 

G 36403. 
Ruffed grouse. © Aug. 19, 1940; G 

36402. 

Depew, Frederick Gerald.* 7305 

Skyline drive. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1940 ; 
G 36359. 

Drohner, S. M.* 7306 

God bless America. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; G 36217. 

Fort Worth art assn. 7307 

Pothast (Bernard) : 
Her first lesson. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1940 ; G 36275. 

Frazar, Everett Welles. 7308 

Wenden (Nadine) : 

Goppy the triumphant. © 1 c Aug. 
6, 1940 ; G 36361. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 7309, 7310 

Callot (H.) : 
Fishing boats, Joinville. © 1 c. 
July 22, 1940 ; G 36258. 
Pironin (H.) : 

Summer day, Treboul. © 1 c July 
22, 1940 ; G 36257. 



Gilbert, Lulu Evarts.* 7311 

Image which appeared on plaster 
wall at Mother Bickerdyke home, Ells- 
worth, Kan., Oct. 12, 1930. © 1 c. 
Aug. 26, 1940; G 36396. 

Gruber, Samuel. 7312 

Green (Henry Charles] : 
Chicken-jungle style. © 1 c. July 
8, 1940 ; G 36385. 

Gruenewaelder, Lu-Amarie.* 7313 

Do not change horses in the middle 
of the stream. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1940; 
G 36249. 

Gunnell, Kathryn L.* 7314 

Oregon, in all her glory. © 1 c. July 
12, 1940; G 36376. 

Hansen, Hans H. & Rosner, Richard. 

7315 
Rosner (Richard) : 

Flick and Flock, and Fleck the dog. 
© 1 c. June 28, 1940 ; G 36243. 

Harvey, Ray. 7316 

Rooney (Gerard Pat) : 

Got any troubles? Want advice? 
Tell Joe Bloe. © 1 c. July 31, 1940; 
G 36386. 



Hauser. Samuel.* 



7317 



Afloat forever. © 1 c Aug. 2, 1940; 
G 36397. 

Henry, Robert Nowlin.* 7318 

Marlett argent. © 1 c. July 25, 1940 ; 
G 36354. 

Hintermeister, John Henry.* 7319 

To the rescue. © 1 c Aug. 20, 1940 ; 
G 36301. 

Howell industrial truck co. 7320 

Howell (R. C.) : 

Humdinger. © 1 c. May 17, 1940; 
G 36242. 

Jennewein, C. Paul.* 7321 

American eagle and Mercury. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1940; G 36207. 

Joyce, Charles Gilbert.* 7322-7362 

Farmer character pointing to nest of 
eggs, head of hen looking on, 4C. — 
Head of a male character in the act of 
laughing, 8C. — Head of negro character 
with a pair of dice underneath, 12C. — 
Heads of female and male characters, 
male character in act of talking to fe- 
male, 9C. — Male and female character, 
male character in act of writing in a 
note book, 4A. — Male and female char- 
acter standing in rain. 7A. — Male char- 
acter in act of hitting nail on head with 
hammer. 7C. — Male character in act of 



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'386 



talking over microphone,, IC. — Male 
character with night cap on in bed, 
3B. — Male character with straw hat on 
in act of reaching hand in right 
pocket. — One character up a tree and 
a bear on the ground, lA. — One char- 
acter with field glasses in right hand. 
3C. — One character with right hand in 
right pocket as if reaching for money, 
4B. — One character with trousers oif, 
in a barrel, IIC. — One female and one 
male character, male character dictat- 
ing and female character taking dicta- 
tion, 5A. — One female character in 
automobile, parts of male characters 
around and under car. — One female 
character on a stage with large fan in 
front of her, 5B. — One male and one 
female character in bathing suits, 
llA. — One male and one female char- 
acter, male character sitting in desk 
offering apple to female, 12A. — One 
male character in act of fishing with 
rod and reel in hands. 8A. — One male 
character in act of making a speech with 
mouth open, 7B. — One male character 
in front of a door in the act of peeping 
through the key hole, 9B. — One male 
character sitting on a bench, cutting 
eyes at female character with hands 
behind back, 2B. — One male character 
with back facing front, in act of sitting 
on tacks on a stool, 2A. — One male 
character with gavel in right hand sit- 
ting behind desk, another male char- 
acter offering him an apple. IIB. — One 
male character witli package in right 
arm, on a horse in the action of run- 
ning, 13A, — Three cartoon characters 
playing a game of cards, lOA. — Two 
characters, female character in act 
of throwing a rolling pin at male char- 
acter, etc., 5C. — Two characters, girl 
and boy in act of dancing, 18B. — Two 
characters, man with hands in pockets 
and woman in act of domestic argu- 
ment, 12B. — Two characters on hand 
car on railroad tracks one character 
suspended in midair, 6C. — Two char- 
acters, one in barber's chair and the 
other a barber behind the chair, 13C. — 
Two characters, one reaching out hand 
to shake hands with the other, 8B. — 
Two female and one male characters. 
male character in middle holding 
flowers in right hand, 9A. — Two male 
characters in base ball uniforms one in 
act of running, the other being hit by 
bat on head, 6A. — Two male characters, 
male character in act of giving negro 
male character a bill. IB. — THvo male 
characters, one in police uniform in act 
of showing other character where to 
go, 3A. — Two police characters, each 



having arm of character in the center. 
IOC. — Upper half of female character 
in act of telephoning, 2C. — Upper half 
of male and female characters, male 
has ring in hand, female kissing male 
on cheek. lOB. — Upper half of male 

i character with cue stick in hand in act 
of shooting two pool balls. 6B.. © 1 c. 

I each Aug. 21, 1940 ; G 36304-36344. 

Katz, Hilda.* 7363 

Ode to the Constitution. © 1 c. Sept. 
3, 1940 ; G 36394. 

Kaufman, Sol[omon] P.* 7364,7375 
! Bridaleaf : 

Crysanthemum, November. — Daisy, 
April. — Hawthorn, May. — Holly, De- 
cember. — Honeysuckle, June. — Hop, 
October. — Morning glory, September. — 
Boppy, August. — Primrose, February. — 
Snowdrop, January. — Violet, March. — 
Water lily, July. © 1 c. each Aug. 15, 
1940 ; G 36263-36274. 

Lenzo, Salvatore & Xani, Sebastiano. 

7376 
Calabria (Ernesto) : 

Balbo (Italo) © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; 
G 36216. 

Lovett. Evan F.* 7377 

American youth movement. Ameri- 
can business councils assembly. Ameri- 
can youth assembly. © 1 c. Aug. 7. 
I 1940 ; G 36398. 

Lyth, Byron F.* 7378 

! Thou shalt have no graven image be- 
fore Me. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1940 ; G 36245. 

\ McPherson, Dinah Eastlynn.* 7379 

I I wear a wedding ring for you. © 
1 c. July 26, 1940 ; G 36388. 

Marianna glass, inc. 7380-7382 

Ton Allesch (Marianna) : 

Angel head. — Santa Claus head. — 
Snowman. © 1 c. each Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
G 36347-36349. 

Mark, Lily.* 7383 

Home on the range. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 
1940 ; G 36387. 

Mills, Edna Clark. 7384 

Lullaby. © Aug. 29. 1940 ; G 36383. 

Mitakes, John, 7385 

Tucker (Byron A.) : 
Ahepa. © 1 c. July 12, 1940; G 
36244. 



News index service. 
LaMonte ( Pauline S. ) 
News index service. 
6. 1940 : G 36282. 



7386 



© 1 c. July 



157 



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7387 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



O'Neill, Rose.* 7387 

Ho-ho. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 1940 ; G 36393. 

Original art co. 7388-7391 

Giovacchini (Alighiero) Peasant fig- 
ure : 
Female usung rake. — Man pulling 

ax under logs on which he is standing. 

© 1 c. each Oct. 27, 1939; G 36351, 

36352. 

Female using rake. — Man pulling 

ax under logs on which he is standing. 

© Oct. 30, 1939 ; G 36355, 36356. 

Osborne co. 7392-7399 

Anderson (Harold) : 

Boy and dog picture, 4733. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17, 1940 ; G 36290. 
Buell (Alfred L.) : 

Girl in green gown, 3732. — Girl, 
white evening girl, 4725. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 17, 1940 ; G 36284, 36291. 
De Maris (Walter) : 

Dream come true, 4731. — Forward 
America, 4726. © 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1940 ; G 36285, 36289. 
Fangel (Maud Tousey) : 

Sleeping baby, 4729. © 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1940 ; G 36287. 
Fuller (Arthur D.) : 
Tried and true, 4727. © 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1940 ; G 36286. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) : 

Fishing picture, 4730. (g) 1 c. Aug. 
17, 1940 ; G 36288. 

Pajas, Germaine Sophie.* 7400 

Swiat kobiecy, woman's world week- 
ly. © 1 c. May 24, 1940 ; G 36208. 

Paolo, Cartaino S.* 7401 

Willkie, for the return of our Ameri- 
can way of living. © 1 c. July 30, 1940 ; 
G 36389. 

Patrick, Frank Henry. 7402, 7403 

Patrick (Frank Vincent) : 

Pal. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1940; G 
36255. 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) © 1 
c. Aug. 5, 1940 ; G 36218. 

Pennsylvania statuary co., inc. 

7404, 7405 
Allegrini (Pietro) : 
God bless America. © Aug. 8, 
1940 ; G 36248. 

Shrine of Sacred Heart Jesus. © 
Aug. 26, 1940 ; G 36374. 

Petrie, Percy C* 7406 

Roosevelt election emblem, the most 
democratic flower in the land, the 
daisy. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1940 ; G 36363. 



Phillips (Charles H.) & co., inc. 7407 
Phillips (Charles H.) : 
Four wise monkeys, four wiser 
monkeys. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1940; G 
36281. 

Powell, Frank.* 7408-7410 

Florida pelican. — Sooner worry- 
bird. — Yuletide worrybird. © July 25, 
1940 ; G 36377-36379. 

Pushman, Hovsep.* 7411-7415 

Enchanted rose, 288.— End of the 
trail, 269. — Goddess of autumn, 159. — 
Golden age, 230. — When twilight comes, 
242. © 1 c. each Aug. 14, 1940; G 
36276-36280. 

Putnam, Claude G.* 7416 

Win with Willkie. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1940 ; G 36399. 

Raynor, Fannie Knapp.* 7417 

Fannie fruit orchard. © 1 c. June 
15, 1940 ; G 36390. 

Reents, Hildred Grace.* 7418 

Prunella, the pig woman. © Aug. 
21, 1940 ; G 36358. 

Richardson, John Warren.* 7419 

Saddle, western type, carved in wood. 
© 1 c. July 26, 1940 ; G 36209. 

Rippeteau, Hallie Crane.* 7420 

War waifs. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1940; G 
36246. 

Ritter & Ritter, inc. 7421 

Ritter (Harry V.) : 

Softees. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1940; G 
36254. 

Rockliurst college. 7422 

Roth (James) : 

Jesuit martyrs of North America. 
© 1 c. Aug. 21, 1940 ; G 36346. 

Rode & Brand. 7423 

Sidrone (John) : 
Willkie (Wendell) © 1 c. Aug. 
12, 1940 ; G 36356. 

Rosenberg, Heinz. 7424 

Rox (Henry) [pseud, of H. Rosen- 
berg] : 
Apple-headed trumpeter. © 1 c. 

Aug. 21, 1940 ; G 36345. 

Rzeznik, Maryan M.* 7425 

Heavenly guardians of the Scouts. 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1940 ; G 36366. 

St. Claire, Evangeline.* 7426 

Two pandas with a ball. © 1 c. June 
19. 1940 : G 36382. 



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no. 8. 1940 



7464 



Schabelitz, Rudolph F.* 7427-7445 

Arson clue. — Arson suspect, 45. — 
Blackmail clue. — Blackmail suspect, 
25. — Counterfeiting clue. — Counterfeit- 
ing suspect, 35.— False clue. — Forgery 
clue. — Forgery suspect, 30. — Kit, 25. — 
Murder clue. — Murder suspect, 50. — 
Robbery clue. — Robbery suspect, 20. — 
Shadow. — Shoplifting clue. — Shoplift- 
ing suspect, 15. — U. S. mail clue. — U. S, 
mail suspect, 40. © 1 c. each June 14, 
1940 ; G 36222-36240. 

Schenk, Erich Friedrich Theodor & 
Chapman, George.* 7446 

Color encyclopedia. © 1 c, July 22, 

1940 : G 36260. 



Shaw, Harold E.* 

Don't put an — 
House.— Which? A 
strength, a stubborn 



7447, 7448 
in the White 

— mountain of 

— © 1 c. each 



Aug. 5, 1940 ; G 36219, 36220. 

Shield (Waldron) co., inc. 7449-7451 
Moir (William A.) Soldiers memo- 
rial : 
Four seats, 4109. — Spire & two 

bronze statues, 4110. © July 8, 1940 ; 

G 36203, 36204. 

Bronze statue & 4 granite seats, 

4111. © July 10, 1940 ; G 36205. 

Spindell, Steve.* 7452 

Baber memorial, 100. © Apr. 8, 
1939 ; G 36250. 



Stolz, Lorenz W.* 
Darst memorial, 

27, 1940 ; G 36367. 
Gordon memorial 

1940; G 36368. 



1056. 



7453, 7454 
© 1 c. July 



6892. © July 2, 



Swall, Peggy Inez & Swall, Henry F. 

7455 
Markham (Ina) & Swall (Peggy 
Inez) : 

Bald eagle. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1940 ; 
G 36375. 

Swett, Samuel.* 7456 

New deal. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1940; G 
36247. 

Thompson, Margaret A. Howard.* 7457 
Memorial chapel, army medical cen- 
ter, A. D. 1930, Washington, D. C. © 
Feb. 10, 1940 ; G 36380. 

Trinity memorial co. 7458 

Moore (C. Lenwood) : 

Porter balustrade type memorial. 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 1940 ; G 36372. 

Upham, Veredon William.* 7459 

Sagittarius. © 1 c. July 12, 1940; 
G 36395. 

Vermont marble co. 7460, 7461 

Whitehouse ( Louis A. ) ; 

Chaconas memorial, DlO-01068. © 
July 13, 1940 ; G 36299. 

McGraw memorial, D8-0144. © 
Aug. 20, 1940 ; G 36353. 

Wallace, Norman.* 7462 

Moviette. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1940; G 
36391. 

Westinghouse elec. & mfg. co. 7463 

Plishker (H. E.) : 
Hand, large letter T, and oval de- 
sign, within circular border. © 1 c. 
Aug. 7, 1940 ; G 36261. 

White (J. N.) & sons.* 7464 

Regan (Martin) memorial. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; G 36381. 



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

1940 1,849 



159 



CLASSES H-K 



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



Ackerson, Floyd G. 7465 

Color chart for artists. © 1 c. Aug. 
12, 1940 ; I 26716. 



1940 national con- 

7466 



American legion. 

vention corp. 

Welcome, American legion, 1940 na- 
tional convention, official display. © 
July 15, 1940; K 46266. 

American stove co. 7467 

Doctors shouldn't have jealous wives. 
© June 9, 1940 ; K 46265. 

Anderson, C. C. 7468 

Magic letter opener. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26688. 

An jo garden supplies. 7469 

An jo formal garden pool plan, 314. 
© Aug. 1, 1940 ; I 26809. 

Armour & co. 7470 

Trip through the stockyards. © Aug. 
5, 1940 ; J 30806. 

Ashley (David) inc. 7471,7472 

Pearson (Marguerite S.) : 

Letter.— Song. © July 24, 1940; 
H 1757, 1758. 

View on the Hudson, near Bear 
Mountain, 3. © July 24, 1940 ; H 1788. 

Bailey meter co. 7473-7496 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 90F800T. 
© May 29, 1940 ; I 26743. 

160F960T, 240F960T. © May 

28, 1940; I 26741, 26742. 

300F900TA. © May 6, 1940; I 

26740. 

^350F1400P. © June 5, 1940; I 

26738. 

Bailey boiler meter diagram, 
25F450TX.— Bailey fluid meter dia- 
grama, 180FX. © Apr. 9, 1940; I 
26736, 26737. 

Bailey boiler meter diagrama, 
150F550TX.— Bailey recorder chart, 
90LX, 105L. © Apr. 9, 1940 ; I 26757, 
26760, 26761. 



Bailey fluid meter chart, 125F50L. 
© May 1, 1940 ; I 26746. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 
150F800T5PX.— Bailey recorder chart, 
800K500T. © May 7, 1940; I 26745, 
26752. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 
175F350T700P. © Mar. 14, 1940; I 
26747. 

■700F700T. © June 25, 1940; I 

26739. 

1500F300T. © June 25, 1940; 

I 26744. 

Bailey gravity recorder chart, 61G. 
© June 17, 1940 ; I 26758. 

Bailey recorder chart, 3PH. © May 
16, 1940; I 26749. 

8B2. © Apr. 23, 1940; I 26748. 

25K. © May 23, 1940 ; I 26755. 

300K3P. © July 9, 1940; I 

26754. 

600KPT. © May 8, 1940; I 

26753. 

900KT8. © May 4, 1940; I 

26751. 

■ 1000KP30L. © Feb. 28, 1940 ; I 

26756. 



7497 
1 c. Aug. 3. 1940: 



Baily, Mildred B. 

Arrow dipsy. © 
I 26691. 
Baldwin, Frank V., jr. 7498 

Passive power. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1940 ; 
J 30879. 

Battles, J. O. 7499 

Hay and grain loader. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26672. 

Bendix aviation corp., Julien P. Grieez 
& sons div. 7500, 7501 

Flight analyzer chart, 33871, 33896. 
© June 13, 1940 ; I 26786, 26787. 

Benedict, Rome R. 7502 

Paint can top construction to form 
wiping bar for brush. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26667. 



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CLASSES H-K 



no. 8, 1940 



7649 



Berg, Christian. 7503 

Rotary weeder. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; 
I 26656. 

Berglund, John A., jr. 7504 

Air pressure signal for auto and bus 
tires. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26703. 

Bernhold, Edward F. 7505 

G. O. P. win with Willkie 1940. © 
July 15, 1^0 ; K 46274. 

Best press. 7506 

KSOO, Sioux Falls, South Dakota 
brings to you Clarence Longseth and 
his Norwegian orchestra. © June 20, 
1940 ; K 46335. 

Bingell, Ferdinand W. 7507 

Moisture-tobacco conditioner. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26639. 
Bodwell, C. T. 7508-7520 

Franconia Notch, New Hampshire : 
Echo Lake and Mt. Lafayette. — 
Flume Gorge. — Franconia Notch from 
Artists' Bluff, White Mountains. — 
Hand-hewn stairway and bridge, foot of 
Flume Gorge. — Jex (Garnet W.) paint- 
ing of Old Man of the Mountains. — New 
Hampshire aerial tramway car enter- 
ing Summit Station. — Profile Lake and 
Eagle Cliff, with Sipsis and genuine 
Indian birch bark canoe. — Sentinel 
Pine bridge and the pool. — Sentinel 
Pine bridge at the pool. — Sentinel Pine 
bridge, Flume. © 1 c. each Aug. 13, 
1940 ; J 30941-30948, 30950, 30951. 

Kinsman Notch, New Hampshire : 
Paradise Falls, Lost River Gorge. — 
Trip Hammer, Lost River Gorge. © 
1 c. each Aug. 13, 1940 ; J 30949, 30952. 

Lovers' Lane. Gale River Road, White 
Mountains, N. H. © 1 c. Aug. 13, 1940 ; 
J 30953. 
Bowes, Robert M. 7521 

Re - discover America with Willkie. 
© Aug. 7, 1940 ; K 46340. 

Bradley, Curtis. 7522 

Power unit for bicycles. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26665. 

Brandau, Alex. 7523 

Thank God for America, let's keep it 

American. © July 24, 1940 ; K 46334. 

Brown & Bigelow. 7524 

Bill of rights. © July 30, 1940; K 

46450. 

Brown instrument co. 7525-7535 

Brown chart, 5141. © July 19, 1940 ; 

I 26807. 
5145. © Aug. 7, 1940 ; I 26808. 



Brown instrument co. chart. 179L. 
© July 2, 1940 ; I 26721. 

1349P. © July 12, 1940 ; I 26765. 

1495P. © July 24, 1940 ; I 26766. 

1616T. © July 3, 1940 ; I 26720. 

12625. © June 12, 1940 : I 26723. 

12627. © June 28, 1940 ; I 26722. 

12628. © July 1, 1940 ; I 26724. 

12629, 12630. © July 9, 1940: 

I 26824. 26836 

Buhr, Bert. 7536 

Horsecycle. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 
26642. 

Bunnell, Edward. 7537 

Prochaska [tomb] © 1 c. Aug. 9, 
1940 ; I 26796. 

Butts, Milan E. 7538 

Anxil post. © May 20, 1940; K 
46235. 

Camp, Hosea A. 7539 

Magno harp. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; 
I 26651. 

Cappel, J. T. 7540 

Anesthesia pillow. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26636. 

Carlander, Guy A. 7541, 7542 

[Lodge building for Palo Duro Can- 

von]— Wind organ. © June 16, 1940: 
K 46279, 46280. 

Carlson, Nils S. 7543 

Can punch. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 
26690. 

Chicago flexible shaft co. 7544 

Winning America to dry shaving. © 
July 5, 1940 ; J 30807. 



Chryson's, ltd. 



(545-7649 



Air brushed silver winter scene, 
8006.— Air brushed snow man, 2082.— 
Angel on clouds, 2003. — Angels and 
Noel, 2085. — Bachelor at fireplace, 
8051.— Bachelor's formal, 2048.— Ba- 
roque Noel, 8000. — Black and white car- 
oilers, 2044. — Blue wedgewood reli- 
gious, 8002. — Boy, girl and sheep, 
2034. — Bringing in the boar's head, 
2055. — Brown embossed deer, 2080. — 
Burgundy skaters, 2045. — Button girl, 
2049.— Candy cane and tassel, 2070.— 
Cathedral photo, 8030.— Cherub and 
Noel scroll, 2002.— Child and lamb, 
2004. — Christmas dinner at Mount Ver- 
non, 2083.— Colorful Noel, 2047.— Color- 
ful tobogganers, 2056. — Comedy hunt- 
ing scene, 2012. — Comorus skating 
couple, 2032.— Decorated Noel, 2096.— 



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7650 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Chryson's, ltd. — Continued. 
Deer in forest, 2071. — Earl's Church 
steeple, 8035. — Earl's Family arriving, 
8036.— Earl's Red barn, 8034.— Early 
American home, 2006. — Elected Santa 
Claus, 2021. — Embossed candelabra, 
2078. — Embossed wedgewood Madonna, 
2076.— Embossed wood couple, 2007.— 
Emery embossed Madonna, 2088. — En- 
graved coach print, 8013. — Engraved 
decorated tree, 8005. — Engraved poin- 
settia, 2094. — E n g r a v e d shepherds, 
2042.— Excerpt from St. Luke, 2098.— 
Farm scene and couple, 2079. — Flag 
merry Christmas, 2074. — Fores' hunt- 
ing print, 2069. — Gay Christmas, 
2009. — Girl with jewelled hair dress, 
2064.— Glass eyed Santa, 2061.— Gor- 
don's coach etching, 2095. — Hello bach- 
elor, 2013.— Hello girl, 2014.— Inde- 
pendence Hall, 2054. — Jack in box 
Santa, 2081.— Jingle bells, 2022.— Large 
brown deer, 8012. — Large water color 
street scene, 8008. — Little girl with 
poinsettias, 2015. — L i p s t i c k man, 
2000. — Madonna and babe in crib, 
8057.— Madonna and etching, 2086.— 
Madonna and manger, 2050. — Madonna 
in embossed frame, 8007. — Madonna 
through doorway, 2005. — Man and 
Santa mask, 2029. — Man with pipe 
greetings, 2057. — Mosques and jewel, 
8033.— Night before Christmas, 2011.— 
Night coach scene, 2092. — Penguin 
couple, 2020. — Photo village scene, 
2084. — Photo world, 2087. — Photo- 
graphic church, 2077. — Photographic 
doll, 2072. — Photographic Madonna, 
2093.— Picketing calendar, 2035.— Pil- 
grims going to church, 2060. — Radoczy's 
angels, 2031. — Red deer in green trees, 
2026. — Red wedgewood carollers, 
8001. — Red, white and blue village 
scene, 8032.— Sailboat, 2051.— Sande- 
fur's old etching, 2052. — Santa and 
deer, 2058.— Santa and Little New 
Year, 2010.— Santa Claus map, 2024.— 
Santa with red and white deer, 2023. — 
Shepherd and gold star, 2017. — Shep- 
herds on blue, 2041. — Shocking pink 
girl, 2030.— Silhouette of old time train, 
2018.— Silhouette on lace, 2040.— Skiing 
Santa, 2025. — Small engraved shep- 
herd, 2036. — Stained glass Madonna, 
2065.— Three musical angels, 2027.— 
Three Santas, 2008.— Thru the snow to 
church, 2067. — Von Kager's Coach, 
8004. — Von Kager's religious card, 
8003.— Wilcox Santa Claus, 2090.— Wil- 
cox winter church scene, 2059. — Winter 
scene photo, 8031. — Wood cut holly, 
2033.— Wood cut mosques, 2037.— Wood 
cut silhouettes, 2038. — Wood engraved 



coach, 2062. — Yellow glow candles, 
2053.— Yule log, 8029. © May 31, 1940 ; 
K 46345-46449. 

Collins, Joseph E. 7650 

Gripping pliers. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; 
I 26701. 

Corbitt, David Leroy & Denmark, Leo- 
nidas Polk. 7651 

Chart showing origin of North Caro- 
lina counties. © Aug. 6, 1940; K 
46269. 

Coulson, Mona Hickman. 7652 

Prayer for wearers of the Purple 
Heart. © Aug. 8, 1940 ; K 46306. 

Curci, Gennaro M. 7653 

Serenity. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1940; J 
30822. 

Dalloz, Magdalen. 7654, 7655 

Hanger-clothespin bag. © 1 c Aug. 
13, 1940 ; I 26725. 

Stenographer's desk vanity. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26664. 

Darnell, Mary Hood, 7656 

Structural toy. © 1 c. Aug. 3 1940; 
I 26649. 

De Haes, Jerome. 7657 

Cooking timer. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; 
I 26662. 

Denoyer-Geppert co. 7658-7660 

Human brain, Y60 model. — Larynx, 

Y34 model. — Urinary apparatus, Y45 

model. © Dec. 27, 1939 ; I 26777-26779. 

Devaney, Frank E. 7661 

Oil heater snow remover. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3. 1940 ; I 26677. 

De Vriendt, L. 7662 

We are 100% American. © July 16, 
1940 ; K 46336. 

Dickey, Rufus N. 7663 

Mons. L'Chemiste. © June 16, 1940 ; 
K 46281. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 7664-7682 
Avoid vacation grief. © June 17, 

1940 ; K 46318. 
Bran' new style. © June 24, 1940; 

K 46324. 

Free extras — two of 'em. © July 8, 
1940 ;K 46320. 

Free, to motorists — enlarged art 
prints. © May 27, 1940 ; K 46315. 

Gives you long distance. © June 10, 
1940 ; K 46322. 

Hot stuff. © July 1, 1940; K 46325. 



162 



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no. 8, 1940 



7718 



Hurry ! Free — scenic views now at 
Standard. © June 17, 1940 ; K 46317. 

Introducing, Standard's supreme. © 
June 10, 1940 ; K 46316. 

Lasts turrible long. © June 10, 1940 ; 
K 46313. 

Lively in.1un. © July 8, 1940; K 
46326. 

Pick of the field. © June 17, 1940 ; 
K 46323. 

Pippin fer ridin'. © June 3, 1940; 
K 46311. 

Purty pitchers free. © June 3, 1950 ; 
K 46321. 

Purty pitchers! Free! Ready fer 
f ramin'. © June 3, 1940 ; K 46310. 

Standard's supreme. © June 17, 
1940 ; K 46328. 

Tops 'em all. © June 3, 1940; K 
46312. 

Travelin' mazuma. © June 24, 1940 ; 
K 46314. 

Wanna guide? © June 10, 1940; K 
46327. 

Whisk in fer a whiskin'. © July 1, 
1940 ; K 46319, 

Dix, James A. 7683 

New nail bar, © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; 
I 26694. 

Donald art co., inc. 7684 

Fragrance of spring; by Antoon 
Scheffer. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; K 46304. 

Dugan, Fortune A. 7685 

New design principle for indentifica- 
tion and location of cotter pin hole in 
any kind of bolts or studs. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940 ; I 26803. 

Dulin, Robert B. 7686 

Slip-on lead pencil sharpener. © 1 
c. Aug. 3, 1940; 126686. 

Ellison, Franklin Hugh. 7687 

Working models of the Ellison aux- 
iliary armored autos and the Ellison 
convertible portable garages. © June 
4, 1940; J 30878. 

Ellwood, Willard M. 7688, 7689 

Plans for a 3 room cottage, 1931. — 
3 room plywood house. © 1 c. each 
July 11, 1940 ; I 26731, 26732. 

Empie, Hal H. 7690-7693 

Heap greetings from th' Injun coun- 
try, the world's still fulla jitterbugs, 
C-863. — In Arizona, I broke away at 
last an' I'm gonna be hard t' catch, 
C-206. — 'Way out West, where it's easy 



t' make friends, C-862.— Western trails, 
just finished another lap, C-861. © 
Aug. 10, 1940 ; K 46480-46483. 

Ewing, Willis. 7694 

Automobile signal display. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26687. 

Fabrizio (Henry) & sons. 7695 

Home of tomorrow, 2. © 1 c. Aug. 
7, 1940 ; I 26634. 

Falstaff brewing corp. 7696-7711 

Here's to good times with Falstaff, 
the beer with the good old-time dry 
exciting flavor. © June 27, 1940; K 
46454. 

Here's to Omaha's golden spike days 
. . . (Falstaff beer) © Apr. 25, 1940; 
K 46460. 

It takes a real beer with that exciting 
old-time flavor . . . (Falstaff beer) © 
May 9, 1940 ; K 46466. 

Now is the time for a good time. © 
Apr. 26, 1940 ; K 46457. 

Now is the time for a good time with 
Falstaff. © Apr. 20, May 4, 19, 29, 
June 9, 16, 1939 ; K 46451, 46452, 46456, 
46458, 46459, 46465. 

Now's the time for a good time with 
Falstaff. © May 2, 9, 16, 26, June 13, 
20, 1939; K 46453, 46455, 46461-46464. 

Feigenspan (Christian) brewing co. 

7712, 7713 

Calibre of its patronage is eloquent 
testimony of its quality. © Aug. 6, 
1940 ; K 46297. 

Preferred where character counts. 
© July 30, 1940 ; K 46296. 

Fettig, Leo Benedict. 7714 

Birthplace of Wendell L. Willkie, El- 
wood, Ind. © July 9, 1940; K 46468. 

Fields photo shop. 7715 

Loading an Ozark trout from Roaring 
River. © July 1, 1940; J 30940. 

Fischer, Philip. 7716 

Diggin' up the news in Hollywood by 
Hal E. Wood. © June 21, 1940; K 
46292. 

Fischler Bernard. 7717 

18" double ender ketch Ketchee. © 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26804 

Forster, Alexander S., Wernert, Harry 
J. & Taylor, George A. 7718 

Proposed location for Bay View 

bridge, Toledo, O. © Aug. 30, 1940; 

I 26800. 



163 



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7719 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Fowler, Lucien Humphrey. 7719 

Comparison of business activity, new 
corporate security issue for the United 
States, and Dow Jones industrial aver- 
ages, 1919 to 1939 inclusive. © 1 c. 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; I 26715. 

Foxboro CO. 7720-7726 

[Foxboro combination volume and 
pressure gauge chart] 79F589. © July 
20, 1940 ; I 26632. 

79F590. © July 29, 1940; I 

26630. 

Foxboro flow meter chart, 898068, 
899585. — [Foxboro thermometer chart] 
898481-A. © Aug. 14, 1940; I 26733- 
26735. 

[Foxboro liquid level gauge chart] 
898583. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; I 26770. 

[Foxboro thermometer chart] 778537. 
© July 1, 1940 ; I 26631. 

Frashers, inc. 7727-7732 

Beneath the shade of an old apple 
tree, J-21.— End of the trail, J-16.— 
Memories of the little house out back, 
J-19. — O, don't you remember the des- 
ert, old pal . . . J-17. — Old timer, which 
needs support, J-18. — Wesleyan church, 
J-35. © Jan. 15, 1939 ; J 30798-30803. 

Frenzel, Milton. 7733, 7734 

Tony. — Young Carpenter. © July 25, 
1940 ; H 1798, 1799. 

Friedel, John, jr. 7735 

J. & F. friction pen point holder and 
discharger. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 
26669. 

Fuller, Richard S., jr. 7736 

Crab and minnow trap. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26659. 

Gabbert, J. James. 7737 

Rubberized bedding sweeps and mold- 
board bottoms. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; 
I 26671. 

Garibaldi studio. 7738, 7739 

Baker (Hart) as Kit Carson. — Car- 
son (Kit) © July 12, 1940; J 30881, 
30882. 

General tire & rubber co. 7740 

Biggest selling feature in shoes to- 
day, Corulyte the universal bottom fill- 
er. © July 27, 1940 ; K 46471. 

Gerding ( J. E.) & co.. inc. 7741 

We will help America prepare. © 
July 25, 1940 ; K 46488. 



Goeltz, Louis H. 7742 

Metal spring fasteners. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26704. 

Goes, A. 7743-7744 

President blotter, 1714. © July 30, 

1940 ; K 46476. 
Western and southern legion. © July 

22, 1940 ; K 46276. 

Gosselin, Rosaire. 7745 

Extension drill chuck and extension 
for a bit brace. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1040; 
I 26646. 

Gravelle pictorial news. 7746-7749 

Koussevitzky ( Serge) . — Koussevitz- 
ky (Serge) at home, Seranak, Lenox, 
Mass. — Seranak, home of Serge Kousse- 
vitzky, Lenox, Mass. — Tanglewood, 
home of Berkshire symphonic festival, 
inc. (aeroplane view) © Aug. 12, 1940 ; 
J 30874-30877. 

Greenberg, Joseph. 7750 

Charles McCarthy paint-o-graf. © 
Ic. Aug. 7, 1940; I 26633. 

Grew (Agnes Mengel) associates. 7751 
Picture chart figures. © July 15, 
1940 ; K 46294. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 7752-7757 
Chambers (C. Bosseron) : 
Cynthia. — (^ood Shepherd. — Hal- 
lowed be Thy name. — Richard. © Aug. 
14, 1940 ; K 46298, 46301-46303. 
Garratt (Arthur) : 
Nancy. — Skippy. © Aug. 14, 1940 ; 
K 46299, 46300. 

Gutmann & Gutmann, inc. 7758-7760 

Gutmann (Bessie Pease) : 
Good morning, 801. — Little mother, 
803. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; K 46472, 46473. 

Harmony, 802. © Aug. 23, 1940; K 
46474. 

Haddock, William Stanley. 7761 

Political pitcher. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; K 
46305. 

Hafeenreffer & co., inc. 7762 

Symbol of good taste and of friendli- 
ness — anywhere — anytime — Pickwick 
ale. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; K 46293. 

Haines, William J. 7763 

Collapsible tube ejector and auto- 
matic discharge control. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26684. 

Hale, Dwight G. 7764 

Bum. Yeah! I always used to be 
the low bidder. © July 1, 1940; K 
46337. 



164 



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no. 8, 1940 



(806 



Hale, Hugh E. 7765, 7766 

Hale's chart of passenger miles in 
United States by various means of 
transportation, 1890-1940. — Hale's 
chart of ton miles in United States by 
various means of transportation, 1890- 
1940. © July 30, 1940; I 26718, 26719. 

Hamman, E. W. 7767 

No 3rd term. © Aug. 1, 1940; K 
46469. 

Hanks, Clyde P. 7768 

Musical scale game board. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1940 ; I 26626. 

Hanley (James) co. 7769-7771 

He was too quick for me. Just the 

thing for a hot day. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; 

K 46295. 

It's cooling. Hits the spot. © Aug. 

19, 1940 ; K 46341. 

Our New England. [Thatcher's 

Island] © June 30, 1940 ; K 46333. 

Hanson, Walter. 7772 

Above all be a loyal American every- 
day. © July 15, 1940 ; K 46308. 

Harrison, William H. 7773 

Every ready terminal puller attach- 
ment. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26670. 

Hays Corp. 7774 

Hays recorder chart, 358. © Aug. 
14, 1940 ; I 26717. 

Hermitage art co., inc. 7775, 7776 

All Souls day, remembrance of our 
beloved dead, 710. — In remembrance of 
our beloved dead on All Souls day, 788. 
© Aug. 24, 1940; K 46478, 46479. 

Hirschman (W. F.) co., inc. 7777 

Skylights for Rhode Island school of 
design, Auditorium building. © July 
10, 1940 ; I 26712. 

Hollander, Sidney, jr. & Rawson, Harry 

T. 7778, 7779 

Diagram of state of : 

Massachusetts indicating number 

and relative positions of drug stores in 

the state. — Michigan indicating number 

and relative positions of drug stores in 

the state. © 1 c. each Aug. 8, 1940; 

I 26705, 26706. 

Holmes Eureka lumber co. 7780 

Redwood home of the month, Aug. 
1940. © Aug. 8, 1940 ; K 46287. 

House of art. 7781, 7782 

Jesus Christus, 1709; by Gabriel 
Max. © July 13, 1940; K 46272. 



Presence, F-125. © July 13, 1940; 
K 46271. 

Howell industrial truck co. 7783, 7784 
Flowing power. — Mono-drive. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 1, 1940; I 26627, 26628. 

Hulsebus, Wesley S. 7785 

Corn rake. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 

26689. 

Jennings, Wilfred B. 7786 

Oil burning furnace. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 

1940 ; I 26645. 

Jeremiah, Charles W. 7787 

Jacking attachment. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26661. 

Johnson, James. 7788 

Book match dispenser. © Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26675. 

Judice, James R. 7789 

Tiller brake drum for boats. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26637. 

Juley (Peter A.) & son, inc. 7790 

Constitution; by Howard Chandler 

Christy. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1940 ; J 30824. 

Kanne, Arnold J. 7791 

Adjustable bed and improvements, 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26647. 

Kehlman, Al L. 7792,7793 

[Mexican flower boy] — [Mexican 

fruit girl] © Aug. 1, 1940; K 46343, 

46344. 

Keithahn, E. L. 7794 

Kudanake-Shakes (Chief) © 1 c, 

Aug. 10, 1940 ; J 30930. 

Kimble glass co. 7795 

Kimble brand for assurance Nessler 
color comparison tubes. © Aug. 1, 
1940 ; K 46270. 

King features syndicate, inc. 7796-7806 
Dionne (Emilie), E 45, E 56. — Quins 
knew what to do about a skunk, E 34. — 
School goes on in summer, too, for 
Dionne quins, E 32. © Aug. 4, 1940; 
J 30817-30820. 

Dionne (Emilie), pose E 66. — Dubeau 
(nurse Leona) and five Dionne quin- 
tuplets, pose E 160. Five Dionne quin- 
tuplets, pose E 68. © Aug. 18, 1940; 
J 30937-30939. 

Five Dionne quintuplets with nurses 
Dubeau & Michaud, E 161. — Michaud 
(Nurse) and Annette Dionne, E 156. — 
Two Dionne quintuplets with nurse 
Chaput, E 173. — Valin (Judge Joseph 
A.) and five Dionne quintuplets, E 152. 
© Aug. 11, 1940 ; J 30813-30816. 



165 



CATALOG or COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



7807 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



7807 
© 1 c. Aug. 



7809 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 



Kramer, Ira S. 

Coffee or tea separator. 
3, 1940 ; I 26693. 

Kramer, John J. 7808 

Mop cleaning device. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26650. 

Krapf, Louise L. 

Longerie hanger 
1940 ; I 26802. 

Kruger, Guss O. 7810 

Fork. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 26702. 

Kuhne, Beat. 7811 

Compressed air engine. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26644. 

Lande, Frank H. 7812 

Savings club. © July 27, 1940; K 
46329. 

Laramie, Joseph D. 7813, 7814 

Economics of poverty. — Economics of 
security. © 1 c. each July 23, 1940; 
I 26708, 26709. 

Latham, Arthur. 7815 

Fool-proof cap crimper. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26655. 

Lathrop, George Noah. 7816 

Bennington, Vermont, Bennington 

monument. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; J 30804. 

Lee, H. 7817-7827 

Baby in high chair, G. P. 5525 ; by 
Segur Gulbransen. — Baby in yellow 
jacket; by Maud Tousey Fangel. — 
Blonde dancing girl; by Billy De 
Vorss. — Boy dreaming of football, G. 
P. 5545; by Charles Towne. — Girl in 
turban, G. P. 5515 ; by Billy De Vorss.— 
In the nick of time, G. P. 5535 ; by J. F. 
Kernan. — Orchid and nude; by Jules 
Erbit— Simply stunning, G. P. 5675; 
by Billy De Vorss. — Sweet as you are ; 
by Pearl Frush. © June 1, 1940; H 
1789-1797. 

McNary (Charles L.) ; by F. R. Har- 
per. © Aug. 7, 1940 ; H 1787. 

We will win with Wendell Willkie. 
© July 22, 1940 ; K 46267. 

Levander, Herman Lawrence. 7828 

Architectural design for an Swedish 

bungalow. © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1940; I 

26711. 

Li'nke, Paul. 7829 

Garden sprinkler. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 

1940 ; I 26764. 

Lukezic, Matthew M. 7830 
Cigar and cigarette lighter. © 1 c. 

Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26678. 



Lutz, Burdette [B.] 7831-7833 

Broom handle knob. — Muffle hook for 
telephones. © 1 c. each Aug. 21, 1940 ; 
I 26771, 26772. 

Handfree dust pan. © 1 c. Aug 1, 
1940 ; I 26801. 

Lutz, Burdette B. & Lutz, Stella. 

7834, 7835 

All weather curtain. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26794. 

Variations of milk bucket holders. 
© 1 c. Aug. 26, 1940 ; I 26781. 

McCormick co. 7836 

Amarillo, new southwestern hospital 
center. © Aug. 13, 1940 ; K 46477. 

McFetridge (John R.) & sons. 

7837, 7838 
For the welfare of America elect. — 
Picture on the left reminds you that on 
November 5th of this year 1940 people 
will elect him President of the United 
States, Wendell L. Willkie. © Aug. 8, 
1940 ; K 46277, 46278. 

McPherson, Kenneth W. 7839 

Pen guard. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 



Madden, Albert J. 7840 

Hosiery and lingerie dryer. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26660. 

Mahoney construction co. 7841, 7842 
Bungalow in Ventnor City, N. J. © 

1 c. Sept. 4, 1940 ; I 26810. 
Plan of two story, 3-bedroom frame 

house with built-in garage, 602. © 1 c. 

July 31, 1940 ; I 26799. 

Manfred, Van Nort & co. 7843, 7844 
From Santa's workshop, Kris Kastle. 
Santa Claus letter. — Santa Claus, In- 
diana. Envelope for Santa Claus let- 
ter. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; K 46331, 46332. 

Mansell (A. Vivian) & co., ltd. 

7845-7850 
Uden (Ernest) : 

[Abbeville, Poissonevie] 9375 X. — 
[Amiens, Market in] 9372 X.— [Mor- 
laix] 9371 X.— [Rouen, Quatier de 
Robee] 9376 X.— [St. Leu] 9373 X.— 
[St Leu, Canal] 9374 X. © Mar. 1, 
1940 ; H 1766-1771. 



7851 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 



Markle, W. L 
Leg brace. 
26653. 

Marquardt, Oscar. 

Water safety metal sign. © 
July 27, 1940 ; I 26713. 

166 



7852 
1 c. 



CLASSES II-K 



no. 8, 1940 



7906 



Martin, Clyde D. 7853, 7854 

Pleasure cast for fishing. © 1 c. Aug. 

3, 1940 ; I 26648. 

Scissors sharpener. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 

1940 ; I 26674. 

Meggison, John T. 7855 

Invincible furnace heater. © 1 c. 

Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26654. 

Menconi, Harry E. 7856 

New car window. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26680. 

Miltz, Murray. 7857 

[Dental diagnostic chart for record 
keeping purposes having complete per- 
manent and deciduous drawings] © 
July 15, 1940 ; I 26730. 

Mixter, George W. 7858 

Universal star chart. © 1 c. July 11, 
1940 ; I 26793. 

Morrill (Edward) & son. 7859, 7860 
American scene in retrospect: 

Catalog no. 2. — Pony express. © 
Aug. 13, 1940 ; K 46485, 46486. 

Munger, Edgar Oscar. 7861 

Old Faithful blond. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 
1940 ; J 30880. 
National cotton council of America. 

7862 

Cotton goes to college. © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; K 46467. 
National electric coil co. 7863 

[Dynamo-electric machine] 162. © 
June 29, 1940 ; I 26726. 
National industrial conference board, 

inc. 7864-7867 

Cost of living, United States, 1929- 
1940. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; I 26797. 

Federal personal income tax. rates 
and burdens in 1929, 1932, 1935 and 
1940. © Aug. 9, 1940 ; I 26710. 

Production and exports. United 
States, 1937. © Aug. 23, 1940; I 
26798. 

Raw materials for national defense, 
position of the United States, 1937-1939 
average. © Aug. 2, 1940; I 26707. 

National tie-ins, inc. 7868 

All set to go to work for you. © 
June 17, 1940 ; K 46268. 

Nesbitt, Richard S. 7869 

Unit for electric control of hydraulic 

brakes and safety automatic positive 

brake. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26640. 

Nichols. Dale. . 7870 

Twilight in Alaska. © Feb. 10, 

1940 ; K 46342. 



^871-7873 



Nicolas, Albert A.* 

Call of the Lobo. — Idaho. — Lobo 
ready to spring. © Aug. 1, 1940; J 
30954-30956. 

Noe, Erwin W. 7874 

Two-in-one hair curler. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26685. 

North & McCabe. 7875 

Look at the record : In tune with the 
times. © July 25, 1940 ; K 46489. 

Nutting, Wallace. 7876-7895 

Bowl of posies, 3385. — Chelsea pitch- 
er, 3401.— Cluster of zinnias, 3498.— 
Lavender lilies, 3440. — Pond lily bowl, 
3417.— Tiger lilies, 3472.— Trumpets, 
3471. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; J 30883-30889. 
Distinction, 3436.— Hollyhocks, 
3453.— Jar of posies, 3458.— Jug of dahl- 
ias, 3450.— Parian bird bath, 3456.— 
Royal Worcester vase, 3444. — Two chil- 
dren pitcher, 3445. — Zinnias, 3457. © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; J 30790-30797. 

Old time decoration, 7326.— Phlox 
and vines, 3509. — Summer opulence, 
3517.— Tall pitcher, 3477.— Tiger pitch- 
er, 3475. © Aug. 30, 1940; J 30931- 
30935. 

Osborne co. 7896 

Little girl and colt, P1951. © 1 c. 
Aug. 17. 1940 ; J 30810. 

Patriotic poster service, inc. 7897-7902 
America has the highest standard of 
living, 788. — American constitution is 
founded on the principle . . . , 785. — 
Between 1900 and 1930 America created 
20,000,000 more jobs in industry, busi- 
ness and trade without conscription of 
labor, 790. — In America it takes less 
working hours to earn one pair of shoes 
than in any other country in the world, 
786. — In dictator countries the individ- 
ual does not have these rights . . . , 
789. — Only a prepared nation can pre- 
vent devastation of your . . 787. © 
Aug. 22, 1940 ; K 46497-46502. 

Paulson, Elmer A. 7903 

Elimination easy-air-way garment. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26658. 

Pick, Alfred W. 7904 

Pick keeps ahead. © Aug. 3, 1940; 
J 30821. 

Plesum, Arthur. 7905, 7906 

Beach rod stand. — No tangle tri- 
angle. © 1 c. each Aug. 3. 1940; I 
26699. 26700. 



167 



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7907 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Pockrandt, Ernest. 7907 

Plier clip. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; I 
26683. 

Pollack, H. William. 7908 

No third term. © Aug. 15, 1940; K 
46330. 

Price, Norman. 7909--7912 

Boston tea party. — Midnight ride of 

Paul Revere. © Aug. 15, 1940; K 

46338, 46339. 

[Declaration is signed] — [Spirit of 

'76] © July 6, 1940; K 46490, 46491. 

Priddy, Miles K. 7913 

Priddy vacu-music bridge system, for 
string-music instruments. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940; I 26673. 

Providence lithograph co. 7914-7928 

Church today. — Giving thanks to 
God. — God plans for squirrels. — Grand- 
mother, tell me a story. — House in Bi- 
ble times. — Jesus in His home. — Out- 
door altar. — She laid Him in a manger. 
© July 26, 1940 ; K 46237-46244. 

Everywhere Christmas. — First 
Christmas. — Friendliness to younger 
children. — Jesus chooses friends to work 
with Him. © July 29, 1940 ; K 46288- 
46291. 

Good neighbor. — John, the preacher. 
© July 20, 1940 ; K 46245, 46246. 

Mothers take their children to Jesus. 
© Aug. 2, 1940 ; K 46307. 

Rawlins, Robert B. 7929 

Never-fail sanitary hose supporter. 
© 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26676. 

Refinery supply co. 7930 

Ac-Me gravitometer chart, R-2408- 
3-10. © July 22, 1940 ; I 26727. 

Republic flow meters co. 7931-7933 

Republic flow meters co. chart, 5-10- 

DP, 63-CA-601530. © Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 

26728, 26729. 

60-CA-500. © Aug. 21, 1940; 

I 26780. 

Richardson, Walter G. 7934 

Safety blade fringe cutter. © 1 c. 
Aug. 3, 1940; I 26697. 

Rixson (Oscar C.) co. 7935-7937 

Checks for use with solid glass doors, 
T-120-125-H. — Semi-concealed single 
acting overhead checks and holder 
arms, T-420-425. — Template details for 
no. 117 and no. 117% pivot sets. © 1 
c. each Aug. 24, 1940 ; I 26783-26785. 



Rones, Harvey C. 7938 

Spectacle mountings with rimless ap- 
pearance. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26666. 

Roseman, Jack. 7939 

Loose leaf combine. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26652. 

Rubenstein, Harry. 7940 

Don't let it happen here. © 1 c. July 
6, 1940 ; J 30812. 

Ruff, Frederick. 7941 

Please stop water waste. © May 
15, 1940 ; K 46234. 

Sager, Inez Meta. 7942 

Carbon copies. © Aug. 3, 1940; J 
30936. 

Saunders, Charles R. 7943 

Putty protector shield. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26682. 

Saxton, Mr. & Mrs. H. E. 7944 

Inflated swimming suspenders. © 1 
C.Aug. 31, 1940; I 26805. 

Schlientz, Willard J. 7945 

Floor squeak remover. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26679. 

Scientific model airplane co. 

7946-7950 
Bullet. — Clarion. — Parachute plane. — 
Whippet. — Yellow bird. © Aug. 7, 
1940; I 26788-26792. 

Shelton, George Isaac. 7951 

Index tabs. © 1 c. Sept. 3, 1940; I 
26806. 

Simonsen, Regnar G. 7952 

Cigarette lighter wick. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940; 126698. 

Snyder, Corydon G. 7953 

Figures nos. 1 to 9 used in the Cory- 
don Snyder method of teaching figure 
and fashion illustration. © Aug. 26, 
1940 ; K 46484. 

Sootheran, John W. 7954 

Winglock for turkeys. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26692. 

Sperry, Wilbur Anson. 7955-7957 

Anaflex design : 
Animation layout, 151, 200. — ^Ani- 
mation supporting structure, 200. © 1 
c. each Aug. 24, 1940 ; I 26774-26776. 

Stanton, C. H. 7958 

Lard retaining device. © 1 c. Aug. 
3, 1940 ; I 26695. 

Stensgaard (W. L.) & associates, inc. 

7959-7962 



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no. 8, 1940 



8046 



Dancer. — Dasher. — Prancer. — Vixen. 
© June 26, 1940 ; K 46282^6285. 

Stewart, Andrew Eustis. 7963 

Jackson square. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1940 ; 
J 30811. 

Stirling press. 7964 

Willkie. © July 24, 1940; K 46236. 

Stuart, Ashley C. 7965 

[American flag] © July 15, 1940 ; K 

46264. 

Stunts, inc. 7966 

Roosevelt or Willkie, a puzzle you can 
solve. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; K 46475. 

Summers studio. 7967 

[Back to school panel] © Aug. 1, 
1940 ; K 46487. 

Superman, inc. 7968-7982 

Superman : 

[Attacking a fleeing motor boat] — 
[Attacking an aeroplane in midair] — 
[Carrying a big gun barrel] — Carrying 
a man under each arm] — [Dashing au- 
tomobile against rock] — [Holding up 
tank with his hands] — [Leaping over 
streamlined train] — [Lifting a steam 
shovel] — [Raising grounded subma- 
rine] — [Rescuing man from vaulted 
chamber] — [Standing near a light- 
house] — [Stopping train at river with 
one hand] — [To the rescue of a falling 
woman] — [With shell over battle- 
ship] — [Wrecking the columns in a 
building] © July 26, 1940; K 46247- 
46261. 

Swanson, Eleanor N. 7983, 7984 

Tahoe (Lake) : 
Beach combers. — Winter breakers 
at Sunnyside Beach. © Aug. 7, 1937; 
J 30808, 30809. 

Sylvania industrial corp, 7985 

Nature's product, Sylvania cello- 
phane has quality, strength and beauty. 
© Aug. 10, 1940 ; K 46309. 

Taft, William M. & Taft, Lawrence E. 

7986 
Illuminated license plate holder & 
plate. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1940 ; I 26714. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 7987 

Tag chart, 300-O-CO. © Aug. 23, 
1940 ; I 26773. 

Taylor instrument cos. 7988-7990 

Taylor chart, OP64. © Aug. 6, 1940 ; 

I 26767. 
OP65, OP128. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; 

I 26768, 26769. 



Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 7991-7994 
Greetings from Iowa, CH-H492.— 
Greetings from Lincoln university, 
Jefferson City, Mo., CH-H325.— There's 
plenty of action at the Springs, OB- 
H438. © Apr. 30, 1940 ; K 46492-46494. 
Greetings from Minnesota, land of 
10,000 lakes, G-11. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; K 
46273. 

Thomasson, F. Logan. 7995 

Congo Maisie. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 1940 ; 
J 30823. 

Thompson (Anson W.) co. 7996-7999 

Georgia, travel club Conoco. © Aug. 
1, 1940 ; K 46262. 

Illinois, travel club Conoco. © June 
10, 1940 ; K 46495. 

Nebraska, travel club Conoco. © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; K 46263. 

[Purdue] Boilermakers. © Aug. 28, 
1940 ; K 46496. 

Thompson, Marion M. 8000 

Resilient knee pad. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26668. 

Tolleson, Charles F. 8001 

Cotton picking, cleaning and sacking 

machine. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26657. 

Treviranus, Leonard H. 8002 

Your courtesy date. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1940 ; I 26763. 

Tucker, Wallace M. 8003 

Electrically operated automatic gun 
pointer, range finder, sighting, firing 
and reloading device, © 1 c. Aug. 26, 
1940 ; I 26782. 

Umholtz, Clarence F. 8004 

Glareproof headlight. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940 ; I 26643. 

Vitachrome, inc. 8005 

Travel wise Americans fly TWA. © 
Aug. 7, 1940 ; K 46286. 

Vitagraph, inc. 8006-8044 

C. H. 1-31. © Aug. 7, 1940 ; J 30890- 

30920. 

C. H. 32-39. © Aug. 19, 1940; J 

30921-30928. 

Vuono, Peter Vincent. 8045 

White sport saddle shoe, outline of 
heel & sole is black. © 1 c. May 25, 
1940 ; I 26635. 

Wainwright, Joseph C. 8046 

My oath — the foundation of Amer- 
ican freedom. © Aug. 22, 1940; K 
46470. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Ware, Marshall Denton. 8047 

Multi-position Venetian blind attach- 
ment. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1940; I 26762. 

Welcome, Otto. 8048 

Mechanical toy. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; 

I 26641. 

Wentzel, Albert F. 8049 

Dobbin racer. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940; 

I 26638. 

Wetzel, Norman C. 8050 

Isodevelopmental level from infancy 

to maturity for principal channels of 

constant body build (physique). © 1 c. 

Aug. 15, 1940 ; I 26795. 



Wheeler, Len S. 8051 

Sixteen ducks on the spillway. © 
Aug. 6, 1940 ; J 30805. 

Williamson, Lawrence R. & Verhalen, 
John J. 8052 

Twinch. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1940 ; I 26696. 

Wood, Jordan Duane. 8053 

Annie Buddie. © July 29, 1940; K 
46275. 

Woodside, Clemie. 8054 

Front side drop. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 
1940; I 26681. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 : 

Reproductions of works of art (including 58 one-copy entries) 262 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 1,084 one-copy entries) 1,792 

Photographs (including 467 one-copy entries) 1,216 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 743 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries) 2,708 



Total 5,978 



170 



PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[8054 



Reid, David H. 1 

Cover design for lodge notice. © 
David H. Reid, Flushing, L. I., N. Y. 
R 89117, Aug. 6, 1940. 



171 



LABELS 



Abbot mfg. CO., inc., New York. 

8055, 8056 

You. Glamour 2 U. For 2 purpose 
beautifier color blended rouge and face 
powder. © July 29, 1940 ; KK 257. 

You. Glamour 2 U. For 3 purpose 
cleanser, powder base, hand lotion. © 
July 29, 1940 ; KK 258. 

Abbott (C. W.) & CO., Baltimore. 8057 
Abbott's aromatic bitters. For bit- 
ters. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; KK 263. 

All-American game co., Boston. 8058 
Quints, the game of tick-tack-five. 
For game with detachable pieces. © 
July 25, 1940 ; KK 230. 

Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles. 8059 
Capless. For fountain pen or similar 
article and container related thereto. 
© July 30, 1940 ; KK 262. 

Atlas fish products co., inc., Seattle. 

8060 

Original oil pack. For salmon eggs. 
© July 24, 1940 ; KK 446. 

Auburn rubber corp.. Auburn, Ind. 

8061, 8062 

Auburn cush-i-tred vulco crepe. For 
cement-applied shoe soles. © Apr. 2, 
1940 ; KK 249. 

Savet new style rubber soles. For 
cement-applied shoe soles. © Apr. 2, 
1940 ; KK 248. 

Ba-bee brand foods. See Fredrickson 

(Stanley T.) 
Baltimore chewing gum co., Baltimore. 

8063 

Yankee Doodle. For spearmint gum. 
© Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 457. 

Banquet baking co.. Rock Island, 111. 

8064 

Banquet bread. For bread. © May 
23, 1940 ; KK 437. 

Baudizzon (Jean) Santa Paula, Calif. 

8065 

G-B. For herbal tonic. © Mar 1, 
1940 ; KK 456. 

Bay view citrus assn., Los Fresnos, Tex. 

8066 
San Roman. For grapefruit and 
oranges. © Feb. 1, 1940; KK 342. 



Beachcomber, Hollywood. 8067, 8068 
Don's brand zombie rum. For rum. 

© June 24, 1940 ; KK 238. 
Zombie Don's brand rum. For rum. 

© June 24, 1940 ; KK 237. 

Beleruan tobacco co. See Winter- 
scheidt (H.J.) 

Bendix aviation corp.. South Bend, Ind. 

8069 
Bendix replacement lined brake 
shoes. For shoes for brakes. © July 
17, 1940 ; KK 340. 

Benton (Pauline) San Francisco. 8070 
Red Gate arts. For game. © Apr. 
15, 1940; KK 392. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 

8071 
Nurse oxfords. For shoes. © July 
24, 1940 ; KK 466. 

Blackstone, Franklin & Blackstone, 

Zella H., Pittsburgh. 8072 

Drumbeats of American history. For 
sound recordings. © July 15, 1940 ; KK 
410. 

Breck (John H.) inc., Springfield, Mass. 

8073-8083 

Breck baby lavo. For hair tonic. © 
Jan. 4, 1940;KK49L 

Breck lacene shampoo. For hair 
tonic. © Jan. 4, 1940 ; KK 497. 

Breck no. 1 hair cream. For hair 
tonic. © Nov. 18, 1939 ; KK 496. 

Breck no. 2 hair cream. For hair 
tonic. © Nov. 18. 1940 ; KK 488. 

Breck no. 3 hair cream. For hair 
tonic. © Nov. 18, 1939; KK 487. 

Breck ointment. For hair tonic. © 
Nov. 18, 1939 ; KK 495 

Breck pH 8 lather oil shampoo. For 
hair tonic. © Nov. 18, 1939; KK 
492. 

Breck shampoo regular. For hair 
tonic. © Nov. 18, 1940 ; KK 490. 

Breck special hair cream. For hair 
tonic. © Nov. 18, 1939 ; KK 489. 

Hair lotion IB. For hair tonic. © 
Nov. 18, 1939; KK 493. 

Hair lotion no. 3. For hair tonic. © 
Nov. 18, 1939 ; KK 494. 



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no. 8, 1940 



8128 



Brill (H. C.) CO., inc., Newark, N. J. 

8084 

Brill's spaghetti sauce. For spaghetti 
sauce. © Jan 8, 1940; KK 284. 

Burnett (Joseph) co., Boston. 8085 

Burnett's color kit. Colors for foods. 
© July 5, 1940 ; KK 451. 

Campana Corp., Batavia, 111. 8086 

Campana hand cream. For cosmetic. 
© Nov. 30, 1939 ; KK 465. 

Campbell cereal co., Minneapolis. 8087 
Campbell's corn flakes. For break- 
fast cereal. © July 3, 1940; KK 281. 

Carleton woolen mills, inc., Rochdale, 
Mass. 8088 

Carltex. For woolen piece goods. © 

Feb. 1, 1940 ; KK 421. 

Chemical research products, inc., Ro- 
selle Park, N. J. 8089, 8090 

Permeen, an aid in relief and treat- 
ment of ringworm, athlete's foot. For 
a fungicide. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 385. 
Permeen, an aid in relief and treat- 
ment of ringworm, athlete's foot. For 
a fungicide. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 387. 

Cherry specialty co., Chicago. 

8091-8122 

Blossom. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 378. 

Candy time. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 369. 

Candy time, old fashioned. For choc- 
olate candy. © Aug. 12, 1940; KK 
372. 

Charming. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 357. 

Cherry king. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 362. 

Cherry queen. For chocolate cov- 
ered cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940; KK 
360. 

Cherrytune. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 363. 

Cherryville. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 358. 

Choosey. For chocolate covered cher- 
ries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 350. 

Coat of arms. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 348. 

Cordial time. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 374. 

Dainties. For chocolate candy. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 347. 

Golden-sip. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 373. 



Hi-time. For chocolate covered cher- 
ries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 351. 

Honey drip. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 349. 

Lady Lee. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 376. 

Lush-US. For chocolate covered cher- 
ries. © Aug. 12, 1940; KK 359. 

Manhattan. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 368. 

Moderne. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 355. 

Old fashioned. For chocolate candy. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 371. 

Peppermint patties. For chocolate 
covered peppermint candy. © Aug, 12, 
1940 ; KK 361. 

Pine Ridge. For chocolate candy. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 365. 

Poinsettia. For chocolate candy. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 367. 

Rare treat. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 377. 

Sally Lou. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 375. 

Spring time. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 370. 

Star. For chocolate candy. © Aug. 
12, 1940 ; KK 364. 

Summer breeze. For chocolate cov- 
ered cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940; KK 
354. 

Sunset. For chocolate candy. © 
Aug. 12, 1940; KK 353. 

Sweet-tooth. For chocolate candy. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 352. 

Windsor. For chocolate covered 
cherries. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 356. 

Yuletide. For chocolate candy. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 366. 

Chew chaw co.. New York. 8123, 8124 
It's a twister. For chewing gum. © 
July 27, 1940 ; KK 485. 

Nature's favorite flavors. For chew- 
ing gum. © July 27, 1940 ; KK 484. 

Chicago dietetic supply house, inc., Chi- 
cago. 8125-8128 

Cellu juice-pak peaches. For peaches. 
© June 20, 1939 ; KK 232. 

Cellu prune plums. For prune plums. 
© June 20, 1939 ; KK 231. 

Cellu red raspberry juice. For rasp- 
berry juice. © June 20, 1939 ; KK 234. 

Cellu tomatoes. For tomatoes. © 
June 20, 1939 ; KK 233. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Clayton (A. C.) ptg. co., St. Louis. 

8129, 8130 

Fine footwear. Ecstasy. For shoes. 
© Aug. 16, 1940 ; KK 380. 

Fine footwear. Packard-Rellin. For 
shoes. © Aug. 9, 1940; KK 379. 

Clean products co., Columbus, O. 8131 
Clean hand cleaner for hands hard to 
clean. For hand cleaner. © Aug. 22, 
1940 ; KK 478. 

Cournand (E. L.), inc., New York. 

8132, 8133 

Vichy celestins pastilles. For carton 
candy. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 462. 

Vichy celestins pastilles. For small 
label candy. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 461. 

Dessart bros., inc., Brooklyn. 8134 

Have fun. For novelty beard and 

mustache. © June 15, 1940; KK 391. 

Dixie wax paper co., Dallas, Tex. & 
Memphis, Tenn. 8135 

Bamby special. For bread. © June 

18, 1940 ; KK 251. 

Drink-mor beverage co., Wilkes-Barre, 
Pa. 8136 

Barney's club. For bottled soft 

drink beverages. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; KK 

334. 

Duggan's, ltd., Jersey City. 8137 

Duggan's special reserve. For rye 
whiskey. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 434. 

Durmalin laboratories. See Naglestad 
(Clara Victoria) 

Earnshaw knitting co., Newton, Mass. 

8138 
Vanta. Style 150. For baby gar- 
ments. © June 18, 1940 ; KK 236. 

Ethelle, a co-partnership : Ethel Sigrid 
Morrison & Aaron Charles Scher, Los 
Angeles. 8139 

Storkettes. For women's slacks. © 

June 28, 1940 ; KK 250. 

Excelsior fruit growers assn., Excel- 
sior, Minn. 8140,8141 
Minnetonka Excelsior brand rasp- 
berries. For raspberries. © July 10, 
1940 ; KK 429. 

Minnetonka Excelsior brand straw- 
berries. For strawberries. © July 5, 
1940 ; KK 428. 

Famous Virginia foods, inc., Lynch- 
burg, Va. 8142 
Cousin Helen's cucumber pickle. For 

cucumber pickle. © Aug. 4, 1940 ; KK 

265. 



Feigin, Joseph, San Francisco. 

8143-8146 

Ski-hi. For root beer. © Feb. 15, 
1940 ; KK 246. 

Tropic-cola. For a drink, non-alco- 
holic. © Feb. 15, 1940; KK 243. 

Tropic - lyme. For non - alcoholic 
drink, soda. © Feb. 15, 1940 ; KK 244. 

Tropic-orange. For non-alcoholic 
beverage, soda. © Feb. 15, 1940; KK 
245. 

Fischer, Philip, Chicago. 8147, 8148 
Drink or mix 76. For non-alcoholic 
maltless soft drink beverage. © Jan. 
1, 1940 ; KK 440. 

Get in the spirit! Drink 76. For 
non-alcoholic maltless soft drink bev- 
erage. © Jan. 1, 1940 ; KK 439. 

Fleischmann distilling Corp., New York. 

8149 
Medley's private stock. For Ken- 
tucky straight bourbon whiskey. © 
Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 325. 

Foster, R. L., Los Angeles. 8150 

E-Z sauce. For dehydrated apple 
sauce. © July 18, 1940 ; KK 384. 

Frazer, Margaret Lindsley, San Fran- 
cisco. • 8151 
Whimsies. For small ceramic fig- 
urines. ©Aug. 10, 1940; KK 321. 

Fredrickson, Stanley T., doing business 
as Ba-bee brand foods, Minneapolis. 

8152 

Ba-bee. For honey. © Dec. 1, 1939 ; 
KK 486. 

Gehl's Guernsey farms, inc., Milwaukee. 

8153 
Gehl's old fashioned ice cream. For 
ice cream. © July 15, 1940 ; KK 240. 

Geisha robe co.. New York. 8154 

Featherweight quilt. For robes, 
pajamas, negligees, house coats, play- 
suits. © July 15, 1940; KK 427. 

Giusti baking co., inc., New Bedford, 
Mass. 8155 

Junior. For bread. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; 

KK 483. 

Glover (H. Clay) co., inc.. New York. 

8156-8158 

Glover's imperial capsules for dogs. 
For medicine. © May 16. 1940; KK 
500. 

Glover's imperial capsules for puppies. 
For medicine. © May 16, 1940; KK 
498. 



174 



LABELS 



no. 8, 1940 



8185 



Glover's imperial flea killer. For in- 
secticide powder. © May 31, 1940 ; KK 
499. 
Golovin (Willard B.) inc.. New York. 

8159 

Sheer enduring beauty. For silk 
stockings. © July 30, 1940 ; KK 311. 

Gramento (James A.) Walton, N. Y. 

8160, 8161 

Ready-fried peppers. For peppers. 
© Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 442. 

Toasted peppers. For peppers. © 
Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 443. 

Graybill (N. C.) estate, Reisterstown, 
Md. 8162 

Graybill orchards. For apples. © 

July 30, 1940 ;KK 267. 

Griffith (F. L.) Oakland, Calif. 8163 
Griffith weatherproof wax. For wax 
for automobiles and furniture; for 
enamel, varnish and paints of all kinds. 
© May 22, 1939 ; K 333. 

Guild of California manufactures, Lros 
Angeles. 8164 

Authentically made in California. 

For dresses. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 341. 

Gumakers of America, inc., Clifton 
Heights, Pa. 8165 

Dealer coupon — Bubly chewing gum. 

For chewing gum. © Aug. 10, 1940; 

KK449. 

Horak, Anna, operating under the 
style Mrs. Horak's noodle co., Chi- 
cago. 8166 
Mrs, Horak's home style egg noodle 

soup mix. For prepared soup mix. © 

Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 447. 

Hu-kel chemical co. See Kelly, Ed- 
ward J. 

Jackson, Michael, doing business as 
Jackson pub. co., Chicago. 8167 

Lu-Lu doll, walks, dances and does 

many tricks. For doll. © July 17, 

1940 ; KK 322. 

Jackson pub. co. See Jackson (Mi- 
chael) 

Kelly, Edward J., doing business as Hu- 
kel chemical co., Versailles. Pa. 

8168 
Hu-kel liniment. For liniment. © 

July 2, 1940 ; KK 264. 

Krieg, Mildred V., Riverside, 111. 

8169-8172 

Huck towel pattern kit. For color 

printed cellophane envelope illustrating 

pattern no. 127. © July 1, 1940; KK 

480. 



Huck towel pattern kit. For color 
printed cellophane envelope illustrating 
pattern no. 417. © July 1, 1940; KK 
479. 

Huck towel pattern kit. For color 
printed cellophane envelope illustrating 
pattern no. 322. © July 1, 1940; KK 
481. 

Huck towel pattern set. For 3 color 
printed cellophane cover sheet for illus- 
trating patterns. © July 28, 1940 ; KK 
309. 

Lace tex hosiery co., inc., New York. 

8173, 8174 
Empress Lace. For hosiery. © June 
6, 1940 ; KK 277. 

Lady Windsor. For hosierv. © 
June 6, 1940 ; KK 276. 

Lewis, Harrison, San Francisco. 8175 
Koffee Kola. For beverage. © Aug. 
24, 1940 ; KK 436. 

Little & CO., inc., Chicago. 8176, 8177 
Little's chopped parsley flakes. For 
chopped parsley flakes. © Mar. 12, 
1940 ; KK 525. 

Little's chopped parsley flakes. For 
chopped parsley in dehydrated form. 
© June 21, 1940 ; KK 502. 

Loeb (H. A.) & co., Chicago. 

8178, 8179 

Populaire, purs-pak, human hair nets. 
For hair nets. © June 15, 1940; KK 
324. 

Regal — human hair net. For hair 
nets. © June 15, 1940 ; KK 323. 

Luber-finer, inc., Los Angeles. 

8180, 8181 

Luber-finer Dieselpak. For device 
w^hich refines oil as the engine runs. 
© Mar. 27, 1940 ; K 326. 

Refining pack. For refining mixture. 
© June 24, 1938 ; KK 405. 

McCormick & co., inc., Baltimore. 

8182, 8183 

Mc nutmeg. For nutmeg. © Dec. 
15, 1939 ; KK 468. 

Mc whole cloves. For whole cloves. 
© Dec. 15, 1939 ; KK 469. 

McCutcheon (James) & co., New York. 

8184, 8185 

McCutcheon's blue label towel. For 
towels. © Apr. 20, 1940 ; KK 507. 

McCutcheon's blue label wash cloth. 
For wash cloths. © Apr. 20, 1940 ; KK 
508. 



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8186 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



McLean specialties Corp., Detroit. 8186 
Handee roto cup hanger. For article 
hanger. © July 25, 1940 ; KK 339. 

Maggiore, Peter, Cicero, 111, 8187 

Hot devils in oil. For stuffed olives, 
peppers, celery and capers in oil with 
seasoning. © Jan. 2, 1939 ; KK 253. 

Maltex CO., inc., Burlington, Vt. 8188 
Maltex. For breakfast cereal. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 503. 

Mars, inc., Chicago. 8189-8191 

Milky Way. For bar candy. © July 

29, 1940 ; KK 425. 

Snickers. For bar candy. © Aug. 

2, 1940 ; KK 424. 
3 musketeers [candy label] For bar 

candy. © Aug. 21, 1940 ; KK 413. 

Maytag co., Newton, la. 8192 

Certified rebuilt Maytag washer. 
For used washing machines. © June 
15, 1940 ; KK 426. 

Meadolake foods, inc., Sherman, Tex. 

8193 
Hollandale oleomargarine. For oleo- 
margarine. © Mar. 12, 1940 ; KK 473. 

Menasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 

8194 
Central bakery, six doughnuts. 406- 
2. For doughnuts. © July 26, 1940; 
KK 239. 

Minute mills, inc., Omaha. 8195 

Minute wheat. For a sliced wheat 
cereal. © July 15, 1940; KK 430. 
Mrs. Horak's noodle co. See Horak 

(Anna) 
Naglestad, Clara Victoria, doing busi- 
ness under the name of Durmalin 
laboratories, Rock Rapids, la. 8196 
Durmalin. For a preparation for the 
treatment of eczema rash or itch, 
athlete's foot, itching piles, acne, poison 
ivy, burns, foot ailments, ring worm and 
dandruff. © July 12, 1940 ; KK 415. 

National biscuit co.. New York. 8197 
National biscuit shredded wheat. 
For whole wheat biscuits. © May 1, 
1940 ; KK 286. 

Near East tobacco co., inc.. New York. 

8198 
Clipper cigarettes. For cigarettes. 
© Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 408. 
New Wrinkle, inc., Dayton, O. 8199 
Wrinkle. For paints, enamels, var- 
nishes, resins for wrinkling, paper, 
cloth, leather, felt and other flexible 
materials, © June 22, 1940; KK 418, 

176 



New York toy & game mfg, co. See 
Rubin (Louis) 

Noodle products Corp., New York. 8200 
2-X noodles. For egg noodle. © 
Aug. 13, 1940 ; KK 431. 

Nuera products co., Hartford, Wis. 

8201-8203 

Nuera multiplex facial cream. For 
cosmetic. © June 21, 1940; KK 337. 

Nuera shampoo. For cosmetics. © 
July 26, 1940 ; KK 336. 

Nuera sunburn cream. For cosmetic. 
© June 21, 1940 ; K 335. 

Odell CO., Newark, N. J. 8204 

Odell's shampene. For oil sham- 
poo. © Jan. 3, 1939; KK 450. 

Page & Shaw, inc., Cambridge, Mass. 

8205 

Introductory package, favorite pieces 

from popular packages. For package 

chocolates. © July 15, 1940 ; KK 270. 

Peavler, Hiatt W., Los Angeles. 8206 
Pyadex. For food wafers. © June 
28, 1940 ; KK 388. 

Pecheur lozenge co., inc., Brooklyn. 

8207 
Call to arms. For candy, lozenges. 
© July 18, 1940 ; KK 338. 

Pellegrini bros. winery, San Francisco. 

8208 

St. Pellegrin. For wines. © Aug. 
6, 1940 ; KK 505. 

Penick & Ford, ltd., inc. 



New York. 
8209-8214 

Brer Rabbit. For molasses. © May 
23, 1940; KK 382. 

Brer Rabbit. For pure New Orleans 
molasses. © June 10, 1940 ; KK 319, 

Brer Rabbit. For pure sugar cane 
syrup, © June 28, 1940; KK 255. 

My-T-Fine. For vanilla flavor des- 
sert powder. © Dec. 21, 1939; KK 
471. 

Penick. For pure corn starch. © 
June 11, 1940 ; KK 381. 

Steamboat. For table syrup, © Apr. 
1, 1940 ;KK 256. 

Pennsylvania distilling co., inc., Phila- 
delphia. 8215, 8216 
Good old Guckenheimer. For Penn- 
sylvania straight rye whiskey, © Aug, 
20, 1940 ; KK 435. 
Pennbrook, For straight rye whis- 
I key. © Aug, 20, 1940; KK 433. 



LABELS 



no. 8, 1940 



8249 



Pep boys — Manny, Moe & Jack, Phila- 
delphia. 8217 
Pep boys. For hand soap. © June 

10, 1940 ; KK 320. 

Peper (Christian) tobacco co., St. 

Louis. 8218 

Golden state cigarettes. For ciga- 
rettes. © July 15, 1940 ; KK 235. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 

8219 
Pillsbury's H & R (hotel and restau- 
rant) flour has many advantages! For 
wheat flour and waffle and biscuit 
mixes. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 327. 

Prusha, Albert, Strongsville, O. 8220 
Chlckenburg. For sandwiches. © 
Dec. 27, 1939 ; KK 412. 

Rawplug CO., inc., New York. 8221 

Rawplugs. The braided fibre screw 
anchor, with the metal core. For 
braided fibre screw anchors with metal 
cores. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 283. 

Red star yeast & products co., Milwau- 
kee. 8222 
Red star malt syrup. For malt syrup. 

© July 1, 1940 ; KK 441. 

Reed & Prince mfg. co., Worcester. 

8223 
Recessed flat head wood screws. For 
fastening devices. © Aug. 23, 1940; 
KK455. 

Reynolds, Lester Jay, Kinderhook, 

N. Y. 8224 

Reynolds farm apples. For apples. 

© Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 475. 

Robinson (John S.) Needham, Mass. 

8225 
Sporter, support yourself with a 
Sporter. For Utility supporter gar- 
ments. © May 15, 1940 ; KK 390. 

Rubin, Louis, trading as New York toy 

& game mfg. co.. New York. 

8226-8230 

5 in one roller target game. For 
target game. © July 24, 1940; KK 
332. 

Horse shoe sticko. For horse shoe 
game. © July 24, 1940 ; KK 329. 

International doll's dressmaking set. 
For doll's clothes set. © July 24, 
1940 ; KK 328. 

Sticko-mak-a-picture. For a picture 
game. © July 24, 1940 ; KK 330. 

Young master's paint set. For a 
paint set with easel and frame. © 
July 24, 1940 ; KK 331. 



Salerno-Megowen biscuit co., Chicago. 

8231 
Salerno Virginia cookies. For cook- 
ies. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 501. 

Sappanos (Louis) co., Chicago. 8232 
Wash-brite. For cleaning compound 
used in cleaning walls, etc. © June 10, 
1940 ; KK 273. 

Schalk chemical co., Los Angeles. 

8233, 8234 

Do it yourself — says Peter Putter. 
For kit of painters' supplies for do- 
mestic use. © May 17, 1940 ; KK 275. 

Meet Peter Putter. For kit of paint- 
ers' supplies for domestic use. © May 
17, 1940 ; KK 274. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 

8235 
Old Milwaukee. For beer. © July 1, 
1940 ; KK 247. 

Schulman (Louis) co., inc., New York. 

8236-8248 

AAA la preferida. For camisa, Span- 
ish for shirts. © June 14, 1940; KK 
301. 

Ace. For kiddie undies. © May 17, 
1940 ; KK 297. 

Binghamton knitting. For articles of 
knitted wear. © May 17, 1940; KK 
299. 

Dairy farms. For candies. © June 
14, 1940 ; KK 303. 

Fels-wear. For shoes. © June 14, 
1940 ; KK 306. 

Glen Garrie. For shirts. © June 14, 
1940 ; KK 302. 

Hobbywear by Craig. For hobby- 
wear, sportswear. © June 14, 1940; 
KK 305. 

Paristyle. For yarns. © June 14, 
1940 ; KK 304. 

Robin hood. For shirts. © June 
14, 1940 ; KK 300. 

Sunshine. Kiddies' panties. © May 
17, 1940 ; KK 298. 

Tailored sportswear. For tailored 
sportswear. © May 17, 1940 ; KK 296. 

Tropical. For sport shirts. © June 
14, 1940 ; KK 307. 

"Westburv. For sportswear. © June 
14, 1940 ; KK 308. 

Schutter candy co., Chicago. 8249 

Big value. For candy. © July 24, 
1940 : KK 259. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Sineausky, William Julius, Newark, 
N. J. 8250 

W. J. Seltzer. For bi-carbonate of 

soda, etc. © Aug. 17, 1940; KK 407. 

Spanish gospel recordings, Los Ange- 
les. 8251 
Buenas nuevas. For phonograph 

records, Spanish gospel recordings. © 

June 1, 1940 ; K 406. 

Standard brands, inc., New York, 

8252, 8253 

Fleischmann's. For pure dry yeast. 
© Feb. 15, 1939 ; KK 271. 

Fleischmann's. For pure dry yeast, 
irradiated. © Feb. 15, 1939 ; KK 272. 

Sun glass inst, inc.. New York, 8254 
Lenses. For goggles, spectacles & 
lenses. © Feb. 5, 1940 ; KK 453. 

Tannehill, Robert Goldsmith, Kansas 
City, Mo. 8255 

^ops- ^^^ cough drops. © Aug. 12, 
1940 : KK 278. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical corp., 
inc., Louisville. 8256, 8257 

Black leaf dual-fixed nicotine dust. 
For nicotine dust developed especially 
for the control of European corn borer. 
© May 24, 1940 ; KK 318. 

Black leaf 155 concentrate. For a 
prepared dry compound of nicotine for 
the control of grape berry moth and 
grape leaf hopper. © June 11, 1940; 
KK 317. 

Tweedie footwear corp., Jefferson City, 
Mo. 8258 

Tweedies — alluring footwear. For 

footwear. © July 5, 1940; KK 509. 

Ulmer pharmacal co., Minneapolis. 

8259 

Novak's solution. For an antiseptic 

solution for preoperative preparation of 

the skin. © June 15, 1940; KK 482. 

Union food products, inc., Brooklyn. 

8260 
Susan Baker. For preserves. © 
Aug. 6, 1940 ; KK 344. 

Varick electric mfg. co., inc.. New York. 

8261 



Varick ice bag. For ice bag. © July 
24, 1940 ; KK 419. 

Veg-pep CO., Los Angeles. 8262 

Veg-pep. For vegetable juice. © 
June 28, 1940 ; KK 383. 

Vincent, Robert Lance, trading as 
Vinco mfg. co., Ventnor, N. J. 8263 
Slaz-em. For insecticide. © Mar. 

6, 1939 ; KK 448. 

Vinco mfg. co. See Vincent (Robert 
Lance) 

Wakem & McLaughlin, inc., Chicago. 

8264 
W and M brand. For whiskey. © 
May 13, 1940 ; KK 280. 

Webb (Thomas J.) co., Chicago. 

8265, 8266 
Thomas J. Webb thermotized coffee, 
drip grind. For coffee. © July 9, 
1940 ; KK 477. 

Thomas J. Webb thermotized coffee, 
regular grind. For coffee. © July 9, 
1940 ; KK 476. 

Wedge wire corp., Cleveland. 8267 

Insist on , . . Kleenslot wedge wire 
. . . . for quality. For wedge wire 
sieves and screens. © Aug. 22, 1940; 
KK 474. 

Wilson, Terrah H., Watertown, N. Y. 

8268 
Py-re-no. For pyorrhea treatment. 
© Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 254. 

Winterscheidt, H. J., doing business as 
Beleruan tobacco co., Horton, Kan. 

8269 
Gossip cigarettes. For cigarettes. 

© Aug. 16, 1940 ; KK 463. 

Witt, J. D., Dallas. 8270 

Xtra vita. For ice cream and con- 
fections. © July 1, 1940; KK 242. 

Worcester salt co,, New York. 8271 
Worcester ivory salt. For salt. © 
Aug. 7, 1940; KK 460. 

Yale oil Corp., Billings, Mont. 8272 
It's in the refining — 5 in 1 blend plus 
lead tetraethyl. For gasoline. © Feb. 
18. 1940 : KK 417. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since July 1, 1940- 358 



178 



PRINTS 



Alps sportswear mfg. co., inc., Boston. 

8273 
Get your wings free, join the All 

American sky fighters. For sweaters 

and jackets. © July 22, 1940 : KK 394. 

Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles. 8274 
Capless self sealing strato pen. For 

fountain pen or similar article. © July 

30, 1940 ; KK 261. 

Atlas novelty co., Chicago. 8275, 8276 
Amazing 7 lite floor lamp value. For 

floor lamps. © Aug. 2, 1940 ; KK 411. 
Another smash hit in floor lamp 

values. For floor lamps. © Aug. 16, 

1940 ; KK 346. 

Atlas tack corp., Fairhaven, Mass. 

8277 
You always get more value with At- 
las. For tacks & metal products. © 

July 25, 1940 ; KK 438. 

Berry, John H., Los Angeles. 8278 
We use Chektest system for our cus- 
tomers protection. For milk, milk prod- 
ucts and eggs. © July 27, 1940; KK 

423. 

Better-bilt door co., inc., Jenkintown, 
Pa. 8279 

I-del-dor, For garage doors. © Aug. 

14, 1940 ; KK 459. 

Breck (John H.) inc., Springfield, Mass. 

8280 
Beautiful hair. For Breck pH8 

lather oil shampoo. © July 3, 1940 ; 

KK 310. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., Chi- 
cago. 8281 
Mineralite lawn bowl. For lawn 

bowl. © July 16, 1940 ; KK 422. 

Button Bud. See Wallerstein, Joseph 
Edward. 

Carpenter & Paterson, inc., East Bos- 
ton, Mass. 8282 
Witch hygrade roof drains. For roof 

drains and flanges. © July 22. 1940; 

KK464. 

Chemical research products, inc., Ro- 
selle Park, N. Y. 8283 

Permeen, a scientific discovery for 
treatment of dermatophytosis or ring- 
worm, athlete's foot. For a fungicide. 
© June 1, 1940 ; KK 386. 



Coca-cola co., U. S., Atlanta. 8284-8294 
And the same to you. For Coca-cola, 
a soft drink. © Nov. 29, 1939; KK 
402. 

Delicious — refreshing. For Coca- 
cola, a soft drink. © June 7, 1939 ; KK 
398. 

Familiar refreshment. For Coca- 
cola, a soft drink. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; KK 
403. 

Inviting you to refreshment. For 
Coca-cola, a soft drink. © Aug. 15, 
1939 ; KK 401. 

Pause that refreshes. For Coca-cola, 
a temperance drink. © Oct. 16, 1939; 
KK 268. 

Pause that refreshes . . and cools. 
For Coca-cola, a soft drink. © Jan. 
23, 1940 ; KK 400. 

Refreshing with lunch. For Coca- 
cola, a soft drink. © Jan. 2, 1940 : KK 
399. 

Six-bottle carton — at home. For 
coca-cola, a soft drink. © Jan. 2, 1940 ; 
KK 397. 

Take home a carton. For Coca-cola, 
a soft drink. © Jan. 3, 1939; KK 
404. 

Thirst stops here. For coca-cola, a 
soft drink. © Aug. 2, 1940 ; KK 396. 

With your lunch today . . . For Coca- 
cola, a soft drink. © June 22, 1940; 
KK 395. 

Downing, S. Joseph, New York. 8295 
Daily chart for extra telephone 
charges. Check-a-phone. For a regis- 
ter for telephone calls. © July 5, 1940 ; 
KK 409. 

Downs carpet co., Philadelphia. 8296 
Flor-de-scroll design. Pattern 416, 
color 195. For rugs or carpeting. © 
July 8, 1940 ; KK 432. 

Electric household utilities corp., Chi- 
cago. 8297 
You'd be happy too with a gladiron. 

For ironing machine. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; 

KK295. 

Eugene, ltd., New York. 8298 

Vue-gene. For hair dryer. © July 
25, 1940 ; KK 252. 



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8299 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Ferguson- Sherman mfg. Corp., Dear- 
born, Mich. 8299 
Ford tractor. Form YF-4035. For 

tractor. © July 17, 1940 ; KK 266. 

Gallagher & Burton, inc., Philadelphia. 

8300 
Everybody talks about taxes. For 
blended whiskey. © Aug. 12, 1940; 
KK 472. 

Hampden brewing co., Willimansett, 
Mass. 8301 

Master stroke. For ale and beer. © 

June 1, 1940 ; KK 260. 

Hershey chocolate Corp., Hershey, Pa. 

8302-8313 

First — in favor and flavor Hershey's 
milk chocolate with almonds. For milk 
chocolate. © Mar. 30, 1940; KK 294. 

Hershey's baking chocolate. For 
chocolate. © Mar. 30, 1940; KK 293. 

Hershey's breakfast cocoa. For 
cocoa. © Mar. 30. 1940: KK 290. 

Hershey's cocoa, for both drinking 
and cooking. For cocoa. © Dec. 30, 
1939 ; KK 287. 

Hershey's, first — in flavor and flavor. 
For chocolate. © Dec. 30, 1939; KK 
314. 

Hershey's syrup. Delicious, the per- 
fect topping for many desserts. For 
syrup. © Dec. 30, 1939 ; KK 316. 

Hershey's syrup. Free one can of 
Hershey's syrup with each quart of ice 
cream. For syrup. © Dec. 30, 1939; 
KK 289. 

Hershey's syrup. Refreshing — add 
to milk for a nourishing drink. For 
syrup. © Dec. 30, 1939 ; KK 315. 

Hershey's syrup, plus milk, a deli- 
cious drink. For syrup. © Dec. 30, 
1939 ; KK 313. 

Hershey's syrup, plus rich-fresh milk. 
For syrup. © Dec. 30, 1939 ; KK 292. 

Hershey's syrup, showing dish of ice 
cream and syrup. For syrup. © Mar. 
30, 1940 ; KK 291. 

Hershey's syrup, showing filled glass 
and saucer. For syrup. © Mar. 30, 
1940 ; KK 288. 

Holly vogue arts co., Los Angeles. 

8314 

Your lucky star from Hollywood. 
For miniature figures of the signs of 
the zodiac. © May 15, 1940; KK 241. 

Kitchen Katch-all corp., Greenwich, O. 

8315 



Baby Bunting nursery set. Model R 
243. For nursery set. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
KK 444. 

Kohler co., Kohler, Wis. 8316 

Now oil heating becomes economical. 
For heating boiler. Form H89-50-7- 
40. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 504. 

Laymon, H. B., doing business as 
World's products co., Spencer, Ind. 

8317, 8318 
Laymon's aspirin. For aspirin. © 

May 20, 1940 ; KK 454. 
Laymon's aspirin. For aspirin. © 

Aug. 19, 1940 ; KK 458. 

Lorentzen hardware mfg. corp., New 
York. 831^ 

Instructions for installing Venetian 
blinds equipped with the new Valok 
mountings. For Venetian blind hard- 
ware. © May 23, 1940 ; KK 285. 

Lowe (Joe) corp., New York. 8320 

New ice cream — delicious Revel 
chocolate fudge ice cream, sensationally 
good. For frozen confectionery prod- 
ucts. © Feb. 2, 1940 ; KK 389. 

Miles, Clarence F., Worcester. 8321 
Samson whiskey. For whiskey. © 
July 8, 1940 ; KK 282. 

Neatform co., inc.. New York. 8322 
Neatform posture belt. For health 
belt for correct posture. © June 10, 
1940; KK 269. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 

8323, 8324 

Nice work. For fountain pens, me- 
chanical pencils & leads. © Aug. 17, 
1940 ; KK 345. 

On the campus .... in the office 
carry the pen that will help you get 
the breaks. For pens, pencils & ink. 
© Aug. 31, 1940 ; KK 506. 

Poe (C. W.) CO., inc., Cleveland. 8325 

Where better living begins. For 
mineral wool insulation. © July 8, 
1940 ; KK 445. 

Rawplug CO., inc.. New York. 8326 

Expansion bolt & screw anchor di- 
mensional chart. For anchors, wood & 
lag screw; bolts, expansion; anchors, 
machine screw; drills, masonry. © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 420. 

Schaefer (F. & M.) brewing co., Brook- 
lyn. 8327, 8328 



180 



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no. 8, 1940 



8331 



Schaefer. For beer. © July 8, 1940 ; 
KK 228. 

Schaefer, on ice. For beer. © July 
8, 1940 ; KK 229. 

Senator neckwear co., New York. 8329 
Senate club ensemble. For tie, hat 
band, handkerchief ensemble. © Aug. 
17, 1940; KK 470. 

Stanco, inc., New York. 8330 

Mistol drops at the first sneeze. For 
nose and throat drops. © Oct. 1, 1936 ; 
KK 416. 

Stevens hotel, Chicago. 8331 

Stevens basket of cheer. For whis- 
key, club soda or ginger ale, glasses & 
ice basket. © June 30, 1940 ; KK 467. 

United feature syndicate, inc., New 
York. 8332 

Li'l Abner. Hold that line, Dog- 
patch! For wheat breakfast food. © 
Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 452. 

United States bronze sign co., inc., New 
York. 8333 



Facts about U. S. yahrzeit tablets. 
For bronze memorial tablets. © Aug. 
2, 1940 ; KK 343. 

Vendo co., Kansas City, Mo. 8334 

Vendo company. For vending ma- 
chine for bottled goods. © May 4, 
1940 ; KK 414. 

Wallerstein, Joseph Edward, doing 

business as Button Bud, Michigan 

City, Ind. 8335 

Button Bud, a touch of color for the 

distinctive dresser. For wool bouton- 

niere. © July 3, 1940 ; KK 279. 

Waring corp., New York. 8336 

Beau-ootiful soup recipes. For War- 
ing blendor, food & drink blendor. © 
June 15, 1940 ; KK 312. 

Waterman products co., Philadelphia. 

8337 
Fun-o-mike. For amplifier and 
mixer. © July 3, 1940 ; KK 393. 

World's products co. See Laymon 
(H.B.) 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
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DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECH- 
NICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND PICTO- 
RIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL PRINTS 
AND LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 9 



UNITED STATES 

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WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles 
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A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
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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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including com- 
mercial prints and labels used for articles of merchandise. "©" implies copy- 
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"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by 
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The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



A— to— Z CO. 

Hurlbut (CarlE.) 
Gr-Man powder. 
1940 ; G 36620. 



8338 



© 1 c. Oct. 3. 



8339-8342 



Americana designs 
Brandfield (Kitty) : 

Dolphins. — Rooster. — Rose and 
butterfly. — Waterlilies and fish. © 
Aug. 21, 1940 ; G 36530-36533. 

Anderson, Almyra Sadie.* 8343 

Merrie milk maid. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 
1940 ; G 36407. 



Anderson, Herbert S.* 

Baldy.— Buck.— Tim.- 
12, 1940 ; G 36511-36514. 



8344-8347 
-Zuny. © July 

8348 



Anderson-Friberg co. 
Anderson (George) : 

Carved marker designs, 11-16. © 
Sept. 13, 1940 ; G 36501. 

Bartlett, Warren Goddard.* 8349 

Willkie (Wendell L.) © Aug. 1, 
19iO ; G 36500. 

Berkeley granite co. 8350-8352 

Smith (BenC.) Memorial: 
Barnley, 710-R.— Renfrew, 700- 
R.— Whitaker, 705-R. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
G 36470-36472. 

Bishop, Richard E.* 8353-8356 

Early morning. — Xor'easter. — Washo 
widgeon. — Young gobbler. © Sept. 15, 
1940; G 36587-36590. 

Bloom (J. F.) & CO.* 8357 

Bloom Greek Ionic columnar me- 
morial. © 1 c. Sept. 9. 1940 ; G 36406. 

Bodkin, Richard Francis. 8358 

Russell (Charles Marion) : 
Head and neck of horse hangs on 
wall. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1940 ; G 36404. 

Bouvier, Adrienne Marie.* 8359 

Winkie (Wendell) © Sept. 10 1940; 
G 36498. 



Brandeis, Grace Munstock.* 8360-8362 
Skating adagio. — Skating finale. — 
Skating — the spinner. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 28, 1940 ; G 36560-36568. 

Butensky, Jules L.* 8363 

Stewart (Dr. George D.) memorial 

plaque. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1940 ; G 36548. 

Buttura & sons. 8364-8369 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Black, 641. © July 1, 1940; G 
36481. 

Carpenter, 644. — Hallock, 645.— 
Hanserd, 642.— Randolph, 643. © July 
20, 1940 ; G 36482-36485. 

Turner, 646. © Aug. 1 1940; G 
35486. 

Byrne, Isabel F.* 8370 

Win Willkie, the lion-hearted. © 
1 c. Sept. 23, 1940 ; G 36593. 

Clavarino, Mario.* 8371 

Donkey pulling the dog by the tail. 
© 1 c. July 31, 1940 ; G 36474. 

Glutton, Sam W. 8372-8376 

Brown (Arthur) & Glutton (Sam 

W.) : 

Feed 'em and reap 1 © 1 c. Sept 3 
1940 ; G 36426. 

Fagen [pseud, of S. W. Glutton & 

Gregor Fagenstrom] : 

Sac ( k ) religious. — That covers it. 
© 1 c. each Sept. 3, 1940; G 36596, 
36597. 

Fagenstrom (Gregor) & Glutton 

( Sam W. ) : 

Just another Trojan horse. © 1 c. 
Aug. 19, 1940 ; G 36432. 

Sez who? © 1 c. Sept. 3, 1940; 
G 36425. 

Cohn, Marvin Reeb.* 8377 

Willkie (Wendell) © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1940 : G 36586. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Comolli & CO., inc. 8378 

Murray (William A.) : 

Daverio memorial. (c) May 15, 
1940 ; G 36487. 

Cross bros. co. 8379 

Bliss (Homer) : 

Public war memorial, 4528. © 
Sept. 14, 1940 ; G 36510. 
Davis. A. 8380 

McCartie (Bernard) : 

God bless America, seal, (c) 1 c. 
Sept. 16, 1940 ; G 36558. 

De Haas, Hector* 8381-8383 

Hen pheasant. — Quail. — Woodcock. 
© Aug. 27, 1940 ; G 36550-36552. 

Elliott, David.* 8384 

Eucalyptus nut babies. © 1 c. Sept. 

17, 1940 ; G 36508. 

Everlasting memorial works. 8385 

Kenerson (Harley C.) : 
Barnum memorial, 702. © Sepr. 

25, 1940 ; G 36585. 

Flagg, James Montgomery.* 8386 

Wake up America. © 1 c. Sept, 17, 
1940 ; G 36509. 

Fleming, Fenton B.* 8387 

As the mystery man sees it. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1935 ; G 21447. 

Fooks, Herbert C* 8388 

Spirit of play. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1935 ; 

G 20433. 

Franciscan friary. 8389, 8390 

Marchi (Vitalino) : 
Anthony (St.) plaque. © June 28, 

1940 ; G 36534. 
Christ child sleeping on cross. © 

Aug. 2, 1940 ; G 36557. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 8391-8404 

Bennett (F. M.) : 
After the hunt. © 1 c. Sept. 10, 
1940 ; G 36455. 

Dawson (Montague) : 
Boston clipper, the Enoch Train of 
Boston, 1617 tons built at E. Boston in 
1854, 8423.— Dawn wind, the Blair 
Atholl, S 1367.— Glory of the Seas. 
8388.— Queen of clippers, 8529.— Rising 
wind, 9500. — Rounding the East Lepe 
buoy, 8391. — Scottish Chief, a bluenose 
clipper, built 1856, New Brunswick, 
1053 tons, 3548. — Six metres in a fresh 
breeze, M. D. 1.— Spendthrift {Tea 
Clipper) built 1867, M. D. 3.— Swinging 
along, clipper ship Racer of New York, 
1660 tons, built 1851, 8532.— White ship, 
Abner Coborn, 8524. © 1 c. each Sept. 
10, 1940; G 36446-36454, 36456, 36457. 



Stormy weather, the Young Ameri- 
can, M. D. 6. — Virginian (Privateer) 
M. D. 4. © 1 c. each Sept. 11, 1940; 
G 36437, 36438. 

Good, Earle C. 8405 

Mack (A. B.) : 

Good memorial. © 1 c. Aug. 20, 
1940 ; G 36502. 

Goodson, Guy Thomas. 8406-8417 

Cirrito (Arline) : 

January. — February. — March. — 
April. — May. — June. — August. — Novem- 
ber. © 1 c. each Sept. 3, 1940; G 
36458-36463, 36465, 36468. 

July. — September. — October. — De- 
cember. © 1 c. each Aug. 22, 1940; 
G 36464, 36466, 36467, 36469. 

Hammaker bros. 8418 

Pontious (William E.) : 
Wertz memorial. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 
1940 ; G 36561. 

Hubbell, Henry Salem.* 8419 

Roosevelt (Franklin D.) © 1 c. Oct. 
2, 1940 ; G 36619. 

Johnson, Claudia M.* 8420,8421 

Scrubbette. — Scrubby. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 16, 1940 ; G 36494, 36495. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 8422-8435 

Jamieson (J.) Memorial: 

Fennlay, 3086.— Hanlon, 3085.— 
Manderly, 3088.— Parkington, 3084.— 
Ronaldson, 3083.— Wetherby, 3087. © 
Aug. 20, 1940 ; G 36475-36480. 

Magistris (Ugo) : 

Memorial, 5015-5022. © Jan. 22, 
1940 ; G 36515-36522. 

Jones, Emmett Austin.* 8486 

Western rider and horse. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1940 ; G 36562, 

Jones bros. co. 8437, 8438 

Braun (Carl Conrad) : 
Memorial, 1356. © July 25, 1940; 
G 36489. 
Miller (Malcolm G.) : 

Squair memorial, D-17. © Aug. 2, 
1940 ; G 36488. 

Jurras granite co., inc. 8439-8441 

Jamieson (John) Memorial: 

Herndon, 130. — Masters, 128.— 
Woodrow, 129. © July 1, 1940; G 
36491-36493. 

Krebs, Heinrich L.* 8442,8443 

Willkie (Wendell L.) A, B. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 16, 1940 ; G 36594, 36595. 



184 



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no. 9, 1940 



8500 



Kriebel, Iva Edith.* 8444-8446 

Marine view from Santa Monica Pali- 
sades. — Orciiids. — Spray of orchids in 
water colors. © 1 c. each Sept. 7, 1940 ; 
G 36503-36505. 

Langheim & Harman. 8447 

Langheim (Walter) & Harman (Mi- 
chael) : 
God bless America. © Sept. 7, 

1940 ; G 36408. 

Larson & Carlson, inc. 8448 

Comi (Alfred) : 
American Legion world war memo- 
rial for the town of Saugus, Mass. © 
1 c. Sept. 14, 1940 ; G 36555. 

Lupo, Vincenzo G.* 8449-8453 

Black angel (Pomacanthus arcua- 
tus ) — Butterfly ( Chaetodon o c e 1 1 a - 
tus) — Fringetail (Carassius auratus) — 
Moonfish (Selene vomer) — Spade fish 
(Chaetodipterus faber) (c) 1 c. each 
July 22, 1940 ; G 36409-36413. 

McCarley, Seaborne V.* 8454-8461 

Cat. — Donkey. — Duck. — Horse. — 
Mule. — Scotch terrier, (c) 1 c. each 
Sept. 11, 1940; G 36439-36444. 

Elephant. © 1 q. Sept. 3, 1940; G 
36559. 

Scottie dog. (c) 1 c. Aug. 22, 1940 ; G 
36506. 

MacNeil, Hermon A.* 8462 

Pony express, (c) 1 c. June 13, 1940 ; 
G 36524. 

Mason, Herb J.* 8463-8465 

Cartoon tales : 

Don't forget your ABC's. — How 
does he do it? — Oh! I'm sorry. © 1 
c. each Feb. 2, 1940 ; G 36420-36422. 

Miller, Ben.* 8466 

Secured happiness, (c) 1 c. Sept. 25, 
1940 ; G 36560. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co. 8467-8482 

Cucchi (Anthony) : 
Boyhood's carefree days. — West- 
ward America, (c) 1 c. each Sept. 28, 
1940 ; G 36583, 36584. 
Erbit (Jules) : 

Sweet Sue. (c) 1 c. Sept. 28, 1940 ; 
G 36575. 

Hintermeister (Hy. [i. e. John 
Henry] ) : 

Surprise visitor. — Trouble bruin'. 
(5) 1 c. each Sept. 28, 1940; G 36571, 
36572. 



Nichols (Dale) : 

Winter at the old home, (c) 1 c. 
Sept. 28, 1940 ; G 36582. 
Russell ( Charles M. ) : 

Finding the trail, (c) 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1940 ; G 36579. 
Segner (E. B.) : 

Up and over. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1940 ; G 36573. 

Strachan (Claude) : 
Fishing pond. — Friendly chat. — 
Going visiting. — Playmates. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 28, 1940; G 36576, 36578, 
36580, 36581. 

Stuart (R. James) : 
Labor of love. — Less speed, fewer 
heartaches. © 1 c. each Sept. 28, 1940 ; 
G 36570, 36574. 

Svoboda (Josef C.) : 
Cowboy philosopher. © 1 c. Sept. 
28, 1940 ; G 36577. 
Tchetchet (Victor) : 

Fancy figure. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1940 ; G 36569. 

Newbold, Katherine Hubbard.* 8483 

Newbold (Thomas Jefferson) grave 

stone. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1940 ; G 36527. 

Nichols, Hiram O. S.* 8484 

I. N. R. I., wayside shrine. © 1 c. 
Sept. 27, 1940 ; G 36565. 



Osborne co. 



8485-8499 



Aylward (W. J.) : 

Captain Gray's discovery of the 
Columbia river, 4750. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 
1940 ; G 36599. 

Dennis (Morgan) : 
Biggest cats you ever saw, 4747. — 
Full house, 4740. — I'll say it with flow- 
ers, 4737. — Inside track, 4739. — Mixed 
foursome, 4741. — My day, 4748. — One 
for the book, 4746. — Take me for in- 
stance, 4743.— Too hot to handle, 4742.— 
What d' ya hear from the mob, 4745. — 
What's in it for me, 4744. — When I 
wanna go, I wanna go, 4738. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 2, 1940; G 36600, 36603- 
36613. 

Hintermeister (Hy. [i. e. John 
Henry] ) : 

Jes' walk natchel, sonny, 4749. © 
1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; G 36602. 

Mliller (Annie Benson) : 

Smiling baby and puppy, 4736. © 

1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; G 36614. 

Pakula, Herman. 8500 

Blesser (August) : 
Pakula Schor-Karp memorial. © 
1 c. May 25, 1939 ; G 36523. 



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8501 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Patrick, Frank Henry. 8501 

Patrick (Frank Vincent) : 

American. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1940 ; G 
36405. 

Pennsylvania railroad co. 8502 

Teller (Griffith H.) : 

Steel king, (c) 1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; G 
36601. 

Phillips (Charles H.) & co., inc. 

8503, 8504 
Legnaioli (F.) : 

Do no evil, the fourth wise monkey, 
(c) 1 c. Aug. 28, 1940 ; G 36525. 

Four wise men [and] Four wiser 
men. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1940 ; G 36526. 

Prakaitis, Alfred Joseph.* 8505 

Cameraman. © 1 c. Sept. 5, 1940 ; 
G 36445. 

Rasmussen, Esther. 8506-8510 

Romanelli (Carlo) : 

Baby Bear, the cry baby. — Daddy 
Bear, the sheik of the Bear family. — 
Mama Bear, the queen of the Bear fam- 
ily. — Sitting Bear, on his haunches. © 
1 c. each July 25, 1940 ; G 36415-36418. 

Ullberg (Nina) : 

Goldilocks, the little princess. © 
1 c. July 31, 1940 ; G 36419. 

Reiss, Winold.* 8511 

Chief Shot from Both Sides. © 1 c. 
Sept. 19, 1940 ; G 36529. 

Ritter & Ritter, inc. 8512 

Ritter (Harry) : 

Thoroughbred colors. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; G 36563. 

Sayford (Frank M.) co., inc. 

8513-8517 
Auer (Dorothy) : 

Clipper ship. © July 15, 1940; G 
36430. 

Country store. © July 26, 1940; 
G 36431. 

Pioneer days. © July 22, 1940; 
G 36429. 

Roosevelt (Franklin D.) © Aug. 
14, 1940 ; G 36499. 

Willkie (Wendell L.) © Aug. 14, 
1940 ;G 36428. 

Schweizer, J. Otto.* 8518 

Redemption. © 1 c. Sept. 19, 1940; 
G 36528. 

Sears, Jack.* 8519, 8520 

Beehive, upon which is modeled in re- 
lief single seagulls in flight, on opposite 



sides. — Three seagulls at base of monu- 
ment upon which rest two seagulls upon 
a ball. © 1 c. each Sept. 16, 1940; G 
36496. 36497. 

Smart, Edmund Hodgson.* 8521 

Pershing ( Gen. John J. ) © 1 c. Sept. 
17, 1940 ; G 36507. 

Solakian, Aram Nerses. 8522, 8523 

Aram (Victor) : 

Gimpy. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1940; G 
36554. 

Yehoodi. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1940; 
G 36553. 

Stoll, John.* 8524 

Willkie (Wendell) © July 1, 1940: 
G 36433. 

Stolz, Lorenz W.* 8525 

Distinctive design of memorial, 10921. 
© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1940 ; G 36473. 



Vermont marble co. 



8526-8539 



Whitehouse ( Louis A. ) Memorial : 
Bethune, 5792.— Blaine, 5793. - - 
Dexter, 5794.— Eveleth, 5786.— Neilson, 
5787.— Reynolds, 5790.— Stevens, 8035. 
© Aug. 30, 1940; G 36541-36547. 

Castle, 8038.— Harriman, 226.— 
Hassam, 227. — Knudson, 5789. — Kra- 
mer, 8037.— Remine, 8026. © 1 c. Sept. 
9, 1940 ; G 36535-36540. 

Raymond, 5801. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; 
G 36564. 

Vinson, Mrs. S. C. 8540 

Davis (Frances Vinson) : 

Will Rogers' home. © 1 c. Sept. 
13. 1940; G 36591. 

Waller, Rudy & Borg, Bruno. 8541 
Hammer (Trygve) : 

Preserve, protect, defend. © Sept. 
30, 1940 ; G 36592. 

Walther mfg. co., inc. 8542-8544 

Lister ( James R. ) : 
Textile fabric style, 5803, 5804, 
5807. © 1 c. each Sept. 12, 1940; G 
36434-36436. 

Waterbury monumental works co. 

8545-8548 
Piola (Cesare D.) Memorial: 
Engala. — Laskas. — Parker. — Reidy. 
© 1 c. each Oct. 2, 1940; G 36615-36618. 

Wester velt, Robert Davis.* 8549, 8550 
Monkey business. — So what. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 3, 1940; G 36423, 36424. 



186 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 9, 1940 



8555 



Westlund's, inc. 8551 


Woodburn. Thomas B.* 8553, 8554 


Antram (M. A.) : 


Defend your country. © 1 c. Sept. 


Troost memorial, 27347. © July 


21, 1940 ; G 36549. 


20, 1940 ; G 36490. 


Wake up America ! © 1 c. Sept. 21, 




1940 • G 36556 


White. Thomas B. ;;•.* 8552 




Has your sweetheart, husband or son 


Wyttenbach, Clara A.* 8555 


been called for selective service? © 


Mathematical mural. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 


1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; G 36598. 


1940; G 36621. 



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

1940 - - - - ...- 2,067 



18'i 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Abshagen, Hans Friedrich. 8556-8558 
Amalfi, 5311; by R. Andree.— Ein- 
same birken, 5312 ; by Mila Henschke. — 
Tulpenstrauss, 5310; by A. Drescher. 
© June 1, 1940 ; H 1833, 1834, 1836. 

Ackerly, Donald G. 8559 

Cycle converter for internal combus- 
tion engines, modified. © 1 c. Sept. 6, 
1940 ; I 26822. 

Ackerman, William H. 8560 

Safety purse. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1940 ; 

I 26988. 

Ackermann (Arthur) & son, ltd. 8561 
[Three mallards] ; by Peter Scott. 
© July 1, 1940 ; H 1802. 

Auburn, William Wesley. 8562 

Proposed plan for a North Portland 
industrial terminal. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 
1940 ; I 26926. 

American assn. of nurserymen. 8563 
American association of nurserymen, 
AAN, established 1875. © July 21, 
1940; K 46704 

American bank note co. 8564-8567 

Aviation no. 9, V-81188. © July 5, 
1940 ; K 46548. 

Aviation no. 10, V-81106. © June 17, 
1940 ; K 46550. 

Banco de la Republica del Paraguay 
building, V-80969, special. © May 16, 
1940 ; K 46551. 

Science Research & Labor led by 
Knowledge, V-81025. © May 31, 1940 ; 
K 46549. 

Americana publications. 8568 

Mawney house, in which was organ- 
ized the first temperance society. © 
Aug. 9, 1940 ; H 1801. 

Anderson, Walter C. 8569 

Inclined spiral hoist. © 1 c. Sept. 
30, 1940 ; I 26989. 

Anderson, William Oliver. 8570 

Automatic light for spectacles. © 
1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26894. 



An jo garden supplies. 8571 

Cathedral garden pool, 311. © Sept. 
4, 1940 ; I 26908. 



8572 
© 1 c. 



8573-8576 
BG 5858-B, BG 



Ashton, George Elmo. 

Sani-way toothbrush holder. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26890. 

Bachrach, inc. 

Willkie (Wendell L.) 
5858-F, BG 5858-H, BG 5858-K. © 
July 26, 1940; J 30985-30988. 

Bailey meter co. 8577-8589 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 
350F900T700T. © Aug. 1, 1940; I 
26971. 

400F850T500PS. © July 10, 

1940 ; I 26976. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 
100F300P1000T. Bailey recorder chart, 
8L175P, 3200KP. © July 24, 1940; I 
26970, 26972, 26974. 

Bailey fluid meter chart, 
150F400T850P. © July 11, 1940; I 
26977. 

220F1000T900P. © Aug. 12, 

1940 ; I 26750. 

675F1400P. © July 18, 1940; 

I 26975. 

8000FX. © May 23, 1940; I 

26973. 

Bailey recorder chart, 40L3. © June 
17, 1940 ; I 26969. 

Bailey recorder diagram, 500KT35PX. 
© Apr. 9, 1940 ; I 26759. 

Bailey recorder electrically operated 
chart, 7084, 7085. © July 25, 1940; I 
26967, 26968. 

Baily, Mildred B. 8590 

Slip-lite safety matches. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940 ; I 26903. 

Baker art gallery. 8591 

Bricker (John W) © Aug. 10, 1940; 
J 30871. 

Bank of America national trust & sav- 
ings assn. 8592 
Two billion dollars loaned , . a prom- 
ise kept. © Sept. 12, 1940; K 46541. 



188 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 9, 1940 



87i 



Barnhart, Oliver F. 8593 

I will. © June 17, 1940 ; K 46622. 

Barnhisel, A. H.* 8594 

Golf-right system using the Golfmas- 
ter for practice golf. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26842. 

Beatrice creamery co. 8595, 8596 

Lightning Jim, U. S. marshal. © 

Oct. 13, Nov. 15, 1939 ; K 46584, 46587. 

Belbow, David.* 8597 

Bathing trunks. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26847. 

Bell, Charles J. 8598 

Willkie (Wendell L.) notification 

ceremony, Elwood, Ind., Aug. 17, 1940. 

© Sept. 11, 1940; J 30984. 8598 

Bernhold, Edward F. 8599, 8600 

To run this country's business re- 
quires business experience, not bungling 
experiments. Win with Willkie. — We 
want work, not war. Win with Willkie. 
© July 15, 1940 ; K 46562, 46563. 

Best press. 8601, 8602 

Presenting the Marksmen. © July 

26, 1940 ; K 46517. 

Svensy and his band. Old timers 

and modern swings. © Aug. 9, 1940; 

K 46516. 

Better parenthood week committee. 

8603 
This is better parenthood week. © 
Aug. 13, 1940 ; K 46511. 

Bodwell, C. T. 8604-8610 

Franconia Notch, White Mts., N. H. 
Avalanche falls. Flume Gorge, 7. — 
Echo Lake and Mount Lafayette, 13. — 
Flume Gorge, 6. — Old Man of the 
Mountains, 1. © June 16, 1940; K 
46521-46524. 

Paradise Falls, Lost River Gorge, 
Kinsman Notch, White Mts., N. H., 3. 
© June 16, 1940 ; K 46525. 

White Mts., N. H. : 
Echo Lake and Mt. Lafayette, 
Franconia Notch, 13. — In the Sugar 
bush, 64. © June 16, 1940; J 30967, 
30968. 

Boehmer, John M. 8611 

Flash-fill-o-meter. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 
1940 ; I 26987. 

Bohn ptg. CO. 8612, 8613 

Lenten season, 102. — One thing that 
is needful, 122. © Sept. 23, 1940; K 
46634, 46635. 



Brady, Peter P. 8614 

Fill up that sweet tooth. © 1 c. Aug. 
27, 1940 ; J 30872. 

Brinkley, Thomas Willis. 8615 

Chart for calculating percentages in 
a two component system. © Sept. 16, 
1940 ; I 26929. 

Brown & Bigelow. 8616-8618 

Bobleter (Lowell) : 

Jolly Post Boy, 40030.— Old Tide 
Mill, 40029.— Winter evening, 40031. © 
Aug. 27, 1940 ; K 46567-46569. 

Brown instrument co. 8619-8626 

Brown chart, 5142. © July 22, 1940 ; 
I 26959. 

5144. © July 24, 1940 ; I 26913. 

Brown instrument co. chart, 1617T. 
© July 25, 1940 ; I 26837. 

12079. © July 24, 1940 ; I 26920. 

12631. © July 23, 1940 ; I 26918. 

12632. © July 26, 1940 ; I 26917. 

12633. © July 29, 1940 ; I 26919. 

12634. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; I 26916. 

Browne, Jadaan E. L. 

Pot of gold, rainbow's end. 
Sept. 3, 1940 ; J 31031. 

Bruehlman, Henry G. 

Self-adjusting ladder. 
30, 1940 ; I 26990. 

Bulmer, Gladys Knight. 

Non-burn pie rim protector, 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26887. 

Bunting, Alwyn R. 8630 

Toy caterpillar. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940; 126863. 

Burroughs (Edgar Rice) inc. 

8631-8636 

Tarzan. © Jan. 24, Feb. 21, Mar. 26, 
May 1, June 1, Sept. 3. 1940 ; K 46652, 
46658, 46663, 46667, 46676, 46700. 

Burton, Thomas H.* 8637 

Safety emblem. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; 
I 26897. 
Butler, Emma Elizabeth Meyers. 8638 

Linen cabinet. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1940 ; 
I 26995. 
Callender, R. S. 8639-8755 

Ace Brady, super-sleuth. © Jan. 31, 
Feb. 29, 1940 ; K 46738, 46746. 

Adventures of Ellery Queen. © Aug. 
1, Sept. 3, 1940; K 46688, 46693. 

Between two fires. — Wings over the 
North Sea. © Dec. 1, 1939; K 46717, 
46720. 



8627 
© 1 c. 



8628 
© 1 c. Sept. 



8629 

© 1 c. 



189 



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8756 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Callender, R. S. — Continued. 

Bob and Bill the Scout twins. © 
July 1, Aug. 1, Sept. 3, 1940 ; K 46679, 
46687, 46694. 

Bob Strong, adventurer. © Jan. 24, 
1940 ; K 46653. 

Captain Tornado. — Martan the mar- 
vel man. — Penguin Pete at the Luna 
park. © Oct. 31, 1939 ; K 46612, 46618, 
46619. 

Captain Tornado. © Dec. 1, 29, 1939, 
Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 2, May 1, June 1, 
July 1, Aug. 1, 1940; K 46712, 46716. 

46723, 46736, 46744, 46757, 46763, 46773, 
46783. 

Crusoes. © May 1, June 1, July 1, 
Aug. 1, Sept. 3, 1940; K 46670, 46677, 
46685, 46692, 46697. 

Davey and Dingo. © Sept. 3, 1940; 
K 46701. 

Doctor Hormone. © July 1, 1940 ; K 
46778. 

Dr. Hormone. — Pylon Pete. — Voice. 
© Aug. 1, 1940 ; K 46710, 46714, 46715. 

Gabby Scoops. © June 1, July 1, 
Aug. 1, Sept. 3, 1940; K 46674, 46682, 
46689, 46696. 

Hurricane Kids. © Sept. 29, Oct. 31, 
Dec. 29, 1939, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 2, 
May 1, June 1, July 1, Aug. 1, 1940 ; K 
46607, 46613, 46707, 46727, 46733, 46745, 
46751, 46761, 46768, 46777. 

Looney Luke. © Dec. 22, 1939, May 

1, 1940 ; K 46649, 46666. 

Looney Luke in Time marches back. 
© Nov. 24, 1939, Jan. 24, Feb. 21, Mar. 
26, 1940; K 46644, 46650, 46654, 46664. 

Martan the marvel man. © Dec. 29, 
1939, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 2, May 1, 
June 1, July 1, Aug. 1, 1940 ; K 46708, 

46724, 46732, 46741, 46754, 46765, 46771, 
46776. 

Masked Pilot. © Sept. 29, Oct. 31, 
Dec. 1, 29, 1939, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 

2, May 1, June 1, July 1, Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
K 46604, 46617, 46711, 46718, 46725, 
46734, 46743, 46750, 46758, 46769, 46779. 

Nature in the raw. © Feb. 21, 1940 ; 
K 46657. 

One million B. C. © June 1, July 1, 
1940 ; K 46675, 46681. 

Owl. © June 1, July 1, Aug, 1, Sept. 

3, 1940 ; K 46672, 46684, 46686, 46699. 
Penguin Pete and his pal Pudgie. © 

Dec. 1, 29, 1939, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 
2, 1940; K 46722, 46730, 46735, 46767, 
46752. 

Penguin Pete at the Worlds fair. © 
Sept. 29, 1939 ; K 46611. 



Pete and his pal Pudgie. © May 1, 
July 1, Sept. 3, 1940; K 46683, 46695, 
46759. 

Pete and Pudgie at the World's fair. 
© Aug. 1, 1940 ; K 46691. 

Pylon Pete. — Rocky, the red bomber. 
© June 1, 1940 ; K 46770, 46774. 

Rex, king of the deep. © Oct. 13, 
Nov. 15, 1939 ; K 46582, 46588. 

Sky Ranger. © Oct. 13, Nov. 15, 
1939 ; K 46579, 46591. 

Speed Martin. © Nov. 15, 1939; K 
46592. 

Stratosphere Jim. © Nov. 24, Dec. 
22, 1939, Feb. 21, 1940 ; K 46642, 46647, 
46655. 

Stratosphere Jim and his flying for- 
tress. © Mar. 26, May 1, June 1, July 
1, Aug. 1, Sept. 3, 1940 ; K 46662, 46665, 
46673, 46680, 46690, 46698. 

Time marches back. © Sept. 22, 
Oct. 24, 1939 ; K 46593, 46603. 

Tom Beatty and the Hand of Horror. 
© Oct. 13, Nov. 15, 1939; K 46578, 
46586. 

Wally Williams. © Dec. 29, 1939 ; 
K 46728. 

Wally Williams, American boy. © 
Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 2, May 1, 1940; 
K 46737, 46742, 46753, 46762. 

Voice. © Apr. 2, May 1, June 1, 
July 1, 1940; K 46755, 46760, 46767, 
46780. 
Calvert, O. L. 8756 

Ships at Tahiti. © Sept. 17, 1940; 
J 31020. 

earthy, William H. 8757 

Proposed composite port for the City 
of New York. © 1 c. July 24, 1940; 
I 26834. 



Caufield & Shook, inc. 



8758-8789 



Calibourne stud, Paris, Ky., 161108.— 
Calumet horse farm, Lexington, Ky., 
161737. — Dome on State building, 
Frankfort, Ky., 174009. — Faraway 
farm, all foals by Man O War, 161087.— 
Flowers, 173830.— Frankfort, Ky., State 
Capital building, 174061. — Greentree 
farm, Lexington, Ky., owned by Mrs. 
Harry Payne Whitney, 155563. — Group 
of mares on the Idle Hour farm, 
160830. — Idle Hour horse farm, Lex- 
ington, Ky., 160815. — Lake and bridge 
in Seneca park, 155576. — Lunch time on 
Idle Hour farm, 160831.— Mares on Idle 
Hour farm, Lexington, Ky., 160828.— 
Paris, Ky., Calibourne stud, 161114. — 
Riddel (Mr. Sam D.) Faraway farm, 
Lexington, Ky., 161730.— Scene from 



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8834 



road in Bluegrass, 161453. — Snow balls, 
173802.— Whitney (C. V.) farm, Lex- 
ington, Kv., 161207. © Jnne 20, 1940 ; 
J 31052-31062, 31064-31069. 

Coming in to be crowned, 172934. — 
Coming out of paddock, 172986. — Derby 
parade, 172916. — Finish, 172922, 
172926.— First turn, 172917, 172921.— 
Nearing the finish, 172925.— Parade, 
172920.— Pulling up, 172918.— Quarter, 
172929. — Start, 172923. — Unsaddling, 
172919.— Winner Gallahadion, 172961. 
© May 10, 1940 ; J 31038-31051. 

Magnolia blossom, 166577. © Apr. 
25, 1940 ; J 31063. 

Childs, C. E. 8790 

Combination hat, tie & garment rack, 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26848. 

Chomicki, Michael. 8791 

Easy open envelope. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26888. 

Clark, Lyle W. 8792 

Measure meter. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; 
I 26868. 

Cochrane corp. 8793, 8794 

Cochrane recorder chart, 501, 636. 
© Aug. 9, 1940 ; I 26965, 26966. 

Coder, S. Maxwell, Owen, Adeline W. 
& Bryars, James H. 8795 

Snow scene in China. © 1 c. Sept. 

19, 1940 ; J 30997. 

Cohen, Sidney Norman. 8796 

[Typewritten mosaic of Pope Pius 
XII] © Aug. 21, 1940 ; K 46526. 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 8797-8813 

Eventide on Lake Superior from West 
Bluff, Michigan copper country, D- 
1638.— Hunting scene, X914-X917.— 
Northwoods bear, X911, X918.— North- 
woods deer, X919, X925. © Sept. 20, 
1940 ; J 31008-31016. 

Northwoods deer, X926-X933. © 
Sept 26, 1940 ; J 31072-31079. 

Cook, Russel H. 8814 

Hydraulic shovel front. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940 ; I 26856. 

Cope, Evan L. 8815 

Sinco razor blade sharpener. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26901. 

Corson, William G.* 8816 

Propeller. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940; I 
26851. 

Cox, Edward W. 8817 

Little rainbows in rhyme. © Dec. 
1. 1938 ; K 46705. 



Crothers, Volney M. 8818 

Anti-glare save-a-rec eye shade. © 
1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26902. 

Cullings, James Johnson. 8819 

Flying flag assembly. © 1 c. Sept, 
25, 1940 ; I 26958. 

Culverwell, Tom. 8820 

Sketch map of Schoolhouse Cave, 
W. Va., 1, 2. © 1 c. Sept, 24, 1940; I 
26954, 26955. 

Curie mfg. co., inc. 8821 

Curie slug corrector. © Sept. 4, 
1940 ; I 26944. 

Dahl, James T. & Lovell, William E. 

8822 
Lifeboat launching and releasing de- 
vice. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940; I 26860. 

Daigle, Jules O. 8823 

Hair dryer. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 
26871. 

Dalton CO. 8824 

Uphold American traditions, main- 
tain representative government. © 
Aug. 31, 1940 ; K 46506. 

Davies, Ray M. 8825 

Lathe center. © 1 c Aug. 30 1940 ; 

I 26872. 

Davy, Robert Eugene & Lorraine, 
Guy O. 8826, 882T 

Milk can opener. © 1 c Aug. 30, 

1940 ; I 26859. 

Sani-thrift cradle chick feeder. © 

1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26881. 

Dell pub. CO. 8828-8830 

Wally Williams, American boy. © 
June 1, July 1, Aug. 1, 1940 ; K 46713 
46775, 46782. 

Deming, Fred Frederick. 8831, 8832 
Combined inking plate and card hold- 
ing platen, for fingerprinting cards or 
offset duplicating mats designed for 
identigram attached. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 
1940 ; I 26996. 

Transparent scale designed for vis- 
ual survey and measurement of normal 
and disfigured surface areas of the hu- 
man body for purposes of identification. 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1940 ; I 26997. 

De Vita, Frank L.* 8833 

Improvement in spark plug. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26844. 

Dillon, Frank. 8834 

Safety ladder device. © 1 c Sept. 
13, 1940 ; I 26912. 



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pt IV, n. S., V. 35 



Diversey corp. 8835 

Chinese plenty smart. © Aug 12, 
1940 ; K 46556. 

Dooley, R. E. 8836 

Identifying means for X-ray films. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26892. 

Drane, Phil B. 8837 

Torpedo bridge, 3. © 1 c. Sept 9, 
1940 ; I 26925. 

Drexel, Robert William.* 8838 

Bait saver for mouse and rat traps. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26841. 

Dubois, Lawrence Maurice. 8839-8844 
Asbury (Herbert) —Bradley (Dr. 
Preston) — Solomon (Izler), 1-4. © 1 
c. each Aug. 9, 1940 ; J 30827-30832. 

Du Pont, Parks P. & Engel, Reinhold. 

8845 
Du Pont crossing. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26857. 

Eddy, Sarah J. 8846 

Barton (Clara) © Aug. 28, 1940; 
K 46510. 

Edson, Norman. 8847 

Summer at Paradise. © Apr. 1, 
1940 ; J 31017. 

Elston laundry co. 8848 

Careful laundry for careful people. 
© Aug. 14, 1940 ; K 46564. 

Ennis, C. M. 8849 

Kissing gourami in the nuptial em- 
brace. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1940; J 30982. 

Famous artists syndicate, inc. 

8850-8856 

Clyde Beatty. © Nov. 24, 1939, Feb. 
21, Mar. 26, May 1, 1940; K 46643, 
46659, 46661, 46669. 

Clyde Beatty, daredevil lion and tiger 
trainer. © Sept. 22, Oct. 24, Dec. 22, 
1939 ; K 46594, 46600, 46648. 

Farr, Robert G.* 8857 

Cleaner and feeder for gins. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940; I 26866. 

Flowergram co. 8858 

Send a flowergram. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; 
K 46552. 

Forstmann woolen co. 8859 

[Clouds with bisecting parallel lines] 
© May 6, 1940 ; K 46503. 

Foxboro CO. 8860-8865 

[Liquid level gauge chart] 898587. — 
[Pressure gauge chart] 791588. — [Pres- 
sure gauge chart or 



chart] 899586. — [Thermometer chart] 
878584, 879063-5, 879372. © Sept. 4, 
1940; I 26825-26830. 

Franks, Robert. 8866 

Quick change pneumatic tired wheel 
for automobile, 55644. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26979. 

Frazar, E. W. 8867 

Win with Willkie. © Sept. 17, 1940 ; 
K 46557. 

Friends of children, inc.* 8868 

Whatever you give helps some child 
to live. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; K 46534. 

Fusco, Antonio. 



thermometer 1 30964-30966. 
192 



Pneumatic railroad bumper post. © 
1 c. Sept. 24, 1940 ; I 26950. 

General biological supply house, inc. 

8870-8878 
Blastulae, CR29.22.— Cleavage, 
CR29.21.— Dutch elm disease, CR58.6.— 
Frog embryo, CR27.10.— G a m e t e s , 
CR29.20.— Gastrulae, CR29.23.— Mala- 
ria, CR3.9.— Pollination, CR71.6.— Tri- 
china, CR8.61. © Aug. 10, 1940; I 
26811-26819. 

Gilbride, Bernard.* 8879 

Powder box cutter. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26884. 

Grad, Frank & sons. 8880 

Duplex apartment [house] bldg. © 
1 c. Aug. 22, 1940 ; I 26835. 

Gregory, Charles A. 8881 

Little Redfish Lake, Sawtooth Mts., 
Idaho, 80. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; J 31037. 

Griblin, Fred J. 8882 

Auger and drill bit. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26861. 

Griffith observatory. 8883 

Night view from Mt. Hollywood, J2. 
© Sept. 4, 1940 ; J 30961. 

Grinnell lithographic co., inc. 8884 
Chief Shot from Both Sides ; by Win- 
old Reiss. © Sept. 12, 1940; K 46558. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 8885-8888 
Major (B.) : 
Morning. — Mountain brook. — Sep- 
tember noon. — Sunset. © Sept. 5, 
1940 ; K 46543-46546. 

Gunnell, Kathryn L. 8889-8891 

Visual state advertising: 

Decorative vehicle advertising. — 
Pictorial description of Oregon on au- 
tomobile. — Pictorial vehicle advertis- 
ing. © 1 c. each Aug. 26, 1940; J 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 9. 1940 



8930 



Haas, Anna Mueller.* 8892 

Back rest for bathtubs. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940 : I 26896. 

Hahn, James Lewis. 8893 
Naval air base [sticker]. Jackson- 
ville, Florida. © Sept. 1. 1940: K 
46620. 



Hanfstaengl, Franz. 



8894-8904 



An den Osterseen, 13558; by Georg 
Schrimpf . — Bliihendes w i e s e n t a 1 , 
13529; by Otto Lieber.— Seppl, 13546; 
by Hedwig von Schlieben. — Heuernte 
am see, 13552 ; by Hans Dieter. — Hoch- 
tal im Schwarzwald, Bernau, 13556 ; by 
Julius Heffner. — Isartal, 13517; by M. 
J. Wagenbauer. — Jager, 13555 ; by Wil- 
helm L^ibl.— Lerche, 13559; by Otto 
Quante. — Moni, 13547; by Hedwig von 
Schlieben. — Schondorf am Ammersee, 
13561; by Wilhelm von KobelL— Tau- 
nusdorf. 13539: by Herman Gradl. © 
Apr. 1, 1940 ; H 1813, 1815, 1817. 1821, 
1823, 1826, 1828, 1829, 1830, 1832, 1835. 

Harley-Davidson motor co. 8905 

Make streets and highways safe with 
motorcycle patrol. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; 
K 46623. 

Harrington, Phillip A. 8906 

Jones {Dr. E. Stanley) © 1 c. Sept. 
9, 1940 ; J 30962. 

Hart, Willard M.* 8907 

Automatic casting float & gun style 

equipment for handling same. © 1 c. 

Sept. 11, 1940 ; I 26838. 

Hartmann, George. 8908 

Egg holder. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940; 

I 26879. 

Hawkins, Roosevelt. 8909 

Master fruit slicer. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26858. 

Heiland, Emil A. 8910 

Gas and oil burner. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26852. 

Heim, William J. 8911 

Multiple safety pistol range. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1940 ; I 26978. 

Higgins, Frank R. 8912 

Portable baby chair. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26895. 

Hillock, Joseph P. 8913 

White House painters. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; J 31070. 

Holmes, Oscar J. 8914 

Auto phono. © 1 c Sept. 21, 1940; 
I 26949. 



Holmes co. 



8915 



Apple blossoms : by James Swann. 
© Sept. 9. 1940 ; K 46529. 

Hulick. Charles G. 8916 

Hulick's shoe insole smoother. © 1 
c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26854. 

Idland, Sverre.* 8917 

Pick-up device tool. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26874. 

Ilg electric ventilating co. 8918 

Component charts for dynamic bal- 
ancing machines, C-6421— C-6424. © 
1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; I 26984. 

Ingall, Harold C. 8919 

Finlav senior high school. © Aug. 
27, 1940 ; J 30981. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 8920 
Brake operating linkage. © 1 c. 
Sept. 30, 1940 ; J 31080. 

Jansson, Arvid. 8921 

Pneumatic or hydraulic feeder for 

steel plates, etc. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1940 : 
I 26927. 

John Hancock mutual life insurance co. 
of Boston, Mass. 8922 

Know your John Hancock retirement 

benefits. © Sept. 24, 1940 ; I 26986. 

Johnson, Orlando B. 8925 

Smoking pipe grate and cooler. © 1 
c. July 22, 1940 ; I 26943. 

Jones, Dorothy Ida. 8924 

Ice cream ! It's a dream. © 1 c. 
Sept. 28, 1940 ; J 31071. 

Jose, William John. 8925 

Trendex of business and the stock 

market. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1940; I 26983. 

Kantor, Morris. 8926 

Kantor (Morris) sterilizer adapter. 
© 1 c. Oct. 1, 1940 ; J 31081. 

Kaul, Arthur A. 8927 

Synchronized movable type anti-glare 

shield. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1940 ; I 26991. 

Keller, William. 8928 

Fluid motor. © 1 c. Aug. 30. 1940 ; I 
26883. 

Kelley, John Thomas. 8929,8930 

Conduit electric ventilation system. — 
Ventilation for manhole, electric con- 
duit system. © 1 c. each Sept. 13, 1940 ; 
I 26910, 26911. 



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Keystone view co. 8931-8947 

Keystone economic geography unit, 

1-8: 

Agriculture, — Corn. — Cotton. — 
Fruit. — Meat. — Nations as neighbors. — 
We and the world. — Wheat. © Aug. 1, 
1940 ; J 30834-30841. 

Keystone secondary social studies se- 
ries, American textiles division, 
nos. 1-4 : 

Earlier backgrounds and colonial 
textiles. — Era of normalcy warped by 
war and depression. — Textile recon- 
struction. — Textiles become a major in- 
dustry. © Aug. 1. 1940 ; J 30843-30846. 
Keystone secondary social studies se- 
ries, expanding frontiers division, 
1-4: 

Atlantic frontiers. — Beyond the 
Alleghenies. — Beyond the Mississippi.— 
Beyond the Rockies. © Aug. 1 1940; 
J. 30847-30850. 

Synoptiscope transparencies. © Aug 
1, 1940 ; J 30842. 

Kharas, Homi A. 8948 

Camera lens shade and advertising 

novelty. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26885. 

King, Oral A. 8949 

Chart of the nations. © Aug. 29, 
1940 ; K 46621. 

King features syndicate, inc. 

8950-8966 
Annette singing her portrait by Willy 
Pogeny, F39. — Annette stands out in 
good conduct now. Click 33. — Dionne 
(Annette) CFl. — Five Dionne quin- 
tuplets, F41. — Five Dionne quintuplets 
with Willy Pogeny, F40. © Sept. 22, 
1940 ; J 31088-31092. 

Dafoe (Dr.), Marie Dionne and Dr. 
Hill, F22.— Dionne (Marie, F24.— Hill 
(Dr. Clarence), with Marie Dionne, 
F27.— © Sept. 1, 1940 ; J 30969-30971. 

Dionne (Cecile), E 228.— Dionne 
(Marie), E 210. — Vezina (Mile. 
Gaetane) , & Emilie Dionne, E 218. © 
Sept. 15, 1940 ; J 31021-31023. 

Dionne (Cecile & Emilie), with Tony, 
pose E197. — Dionne (Emilie), pose 
E191.— Dionne (Yvonne), pose E182.— 
Five Dionne quintuplets with photog- 
rapher Arthur Sasse, pose E205. © 
Aug. 25, 1940 ; J 30957-30960. 

Five Dionne quintuplets F 32, F 34. 
© Sept. 8, 1940; J 30990, 30991. 

Klock, Ernest L.* 8967 

Sugar can harvester. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940; I 26865. 



Kohler, Otto. 8968 

Psycho-physiologic parallelism. © 
1 c. Sept. 12, 1940 ; I 26994. 

Koss, John M.* 8969 

Floating valve for water, oil and air 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26891. 

Kratochvil, Anton. 8970-8972 

New type circular hanger. © Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 26964. 

New type circular home. © Apr 5, 
1940 ; I 26821. 

New type circular home. © Sept. 
19, 1940 ; I 26960. 

Krown, Minnie. 8973 

Those who helped build our beloved 
America. Presidents of the United 
States up to 1940. © Sept. 13, 1940; 
K 46565. 

Kunstanstalten May. a. g. 8974-8986 

Am Chiemsee, 5742; by Peter von 
Hess. © Feb. 14, 1940; H 1811. 

Blick in die weite, 6521 ; by V. Pape 
[pseud, of Siegfried R. Vogt] — Gross- 
glocker [mit] Pasterze, 7626; by Franz 
Bernhard. © July 17, 1940; H. 1822, 
1824. 

Blick ins Stubai, 5821 ; by Max Briiii- 
ing. — Nordkette bei Innsbruck, 5822 ; 
by Max Briining. — Zwischen wogenden 
feldern, 5819; by Siegfried Vogt. © 
June 22, 1940 ; H 1825, 1827, 1831. 

Garmisch [im winter], 7625; by 
Jacob Brand. Innsbruck, 7515 ; by 
Lehnert [pseud, of Georg Hanel] — 
Riessersee, 7627; by Robert Schrau- 
dolph. — Spatsommerblumen, 5727 ; by 
Max Martens. — Venetianische fischer- 
boote, 5823 ; by Otto Hamel. © Jan. 23. 
1940; H 1812, 1814, 1816, 1818, 1820. 

Heideweg, 6518; by H. Otto.— Son- 
nenblumen, 6594; by A. Fiebiger. © 
May 3, 1940 ; H 1810, 1819. 

Kurschner, Lloyd F. 8987 

Winter front ; or, Lasto zip. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940; I 26853. 



LaFortune, Milton Eugene. 

LaFortune's (Milton E.) prophylac- 
tic reinf orcers. © 1 c. Sept. 23, 1940 : 
I 26953. 
Lamb, Jasper R. 8989 

Safety rail and towel rack. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26875. 
Lee, H. 8990-8995 

Crater Lake, — Garden scene. — Para- 
dise Creek, Glacier national park. — 
Poinsettias. — Winter scene. © June 1, 
1940 ; K 46636^6640. 



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904'i 



River scene with rapids, G. P. 5565; 
by T. S. Barber. © June 1, 1940; H 
1800. 

Libby (Chas. A.) & son. 8996 

Grand Coulee dam, Wash.. 19055. © 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; J 30963. 

Livingston, Harvey.* 8997 

Bible briefs. Only one command- 
ment states a promise ... © July 25, 
1940 ; K 46540. 

Lord (Phillips), inc. 8998-9010 

Gang busters. © Sept. 29, Oct. 31, 

Dec. 1, 29, 1939, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 

2, May 1, June 1, July 1, Aug. 1, 1940 ; 

K 46605, 46614. 46709, 46719. 46726, 

46731, 46740, 46749, 46764, 46772, 46781. 
Mr. District Attorney. © Oct. 13, 

Nov. 15, 1939 ; K 46583, 46590. 

Loy, Don R. 9011 

Socket. © 1 c. Aug. 30. 1940; I 
26878. 

Lukowitz, Bernard V. 9012 

Never miss scroll saw blade guide. 
© 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26843. 

Lyman, M & M. 9013 

Smoky Mountain road ; by Ruthven 
H. Byrum. © Sept. 9, 1940 ; H 1838. 

McFetridge (John R.) & sons. 9014 
Republican 1940 victory ticket. © 
Sept. 30, 1940 ; K 46784. 

McDonald instrument co. 9015 

McDonald cardiograph appliance 
chart, 303. © July 1, 1940 ; I 26942. 

McMurray, John C. 9016 

Engine analyser. © Sept. 12, 1940; 
I 26930. 

McNary, Fay. 9017 

Add joy to your letter writing. © 
Sept. 6, 1940 ; K 46553. 

Mancuso, James. 9018-9020 

Bettman (Gilbert) nos. 864-I-H, 
864-4-B, 864-5-0. © Aug. 8, 1940; J 
30868-30870. 

Mansell (A. Vivian) & co., ltd. 

9021-9025 

[Blue door] 9832 E; by Linder. © 
May 1, 1940 ; H 1803. 

Leigh (Conrad) Interior: 

[Girl and man in doorway, small 
table at left, settee at right] 9857 E. — 
[Girl at door, garden in distance, stairs 
at left, chair in hall at right] 9232 E.— 
[Girl in blue holding hat in hand, open 
doorway, garden beyond] 9213 E. — 



[Girl in yellow playing piano, man 
standing in doorway] 9438 D. © May 
1, 1940; H 1804-1807. 

Marx, Irvin J. & French (Carolyn) 

9026 
Seamstress' bodkin. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26845. 

Mason, Elmer L.* 9027 

Electric fuse. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; 
I 26880. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 9028, 9029 

Babies supervised by physicians are 
better babies. © Aug. 23, Sept. 23, 
1940 ; K 46702, 46703. 

Mendenhall (E. L.), inc. 9030,9031 
[Roosevelt, Franklin D.] © Aug. 28, 

1940 ; K 46566. 
Willkie (Wendell L.) ; by William 

Black Lowder. © Aug. 20, 1940: K 

46527. 

Minteer, William V. 9032 

Before and after. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1940 ; J 30851. 

Montgomery, Harry E., Barnes, Robert 
H. & Bausch, Henry. 9033 

Cam layout, tools, etc., for use on 
Brown and Sharpe automatic screw^ ma- 
chines. © 1 c. June 1, 1940; I 26985. 

Moore, 2Irs. C. Bennette. 9034-9036 

Bayou Lacombe, Louisiana. — Louisi- 
ana cypress. — New Orleans courtyard. 
© July 1, 1940; J 31096-31098. 

Moore, Harold S. 9037 

Rockbestos calculator for cable size — 

circuit length — load-voltage drop. © 

Sept. 19, 1940 ; I 26941. 

Moro, Oscar & Tipman, Edward, 9038 
Air cleaner. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 

26870. 

Morrill, O. R. 9039-9042 

Old Cove school at Notch, Shepherd 
of the Hills country, Mo., C-398.— Un- 
cle Ike and son, first mail carrier at 
Forks, watching for the mail at Notch, 
Mo., made famous by Harold Bell 
Wright's novel The Shepherd of the 
hills, D-14. — Uncle Ike— nee Lev Mor- 
rill, C-459. — Uncle Ike's son in the old 
rocker with cane and hat at Notch P. 0., 
Shepherd of the Hills country, Mo., C- 
390. © Sept. 5, 1940; J 30972-30975. 

Mortellito, Domenico. 9043 

Detail for fireplace. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 
1940 ; I 26981. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Moss, Norman.* 9044 

[Parachute details] © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1940 ; I 26840. 

Mudra's (Rudy) saddle shop. 

9045, 9046 
Cowgirl in fringed leather riding skirt 
and vest, full front view, long fringed 
vest from shoulders laced and buttoned, 
deep fringed and laced skirt, figure 
holding quirt, owner's no. 22. — Cowgirl 
in fringed leather riding suit, deeply 
fringed design, partly side view, hold- 
ing quirt, owner's no, 23, same suit as 
no. 22. © 1 c. each Sept. 16, 1940; J 
31018, 31019. 

National assn. of ornamental metal 
manufacturers, inc. 9047 

Steel stairs for low cost housing pro- 
jects. © Sept. 7, 1940 ; I 26928. 

National fire protection assn. 9048 

Membership certificate; by Horatio 
Bond. © May 1, 1940 ; K 46531. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 9049-9052 

Army and navy costs, comparison 

with other items of federal expenditure. 

States, 1914-1940. © Sept. 20, 1940; 

I 26962. 

Average hourly and weekly earnings, 
27 manufacturing industries, July, 1940. 
© Sept. 13, 1940 ; I 26914. 

Manufacturing relations. United 
States, 1929-1940. © Aug. 30, 1940; I 
26909. 

Production and the cost of federal 
government per capita population by 
presidential administrations. United 
States, 1861-1940. © Sept. 6, 1940; I 
26915. 

New York graphic society, inc. 

9053-9061 
Baudin (Robert) : 
Harbor road, 607. — Orchard lane, 
606. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; K 46532, 46533. 

Inness (George) : 
Autumn oaks, 609. — Peace and 
plenty, 608. © Sept. 25, 1940; H 1839, 
1940. 
Meunier (N.) : 
Courting days, 616. — Wedding bells, 
617. © Sept. 10, 1940 ; K 46554, 46555. 
Rubino (Manfredi) : 
Garden bounty, 613. — Summer 
splendor, 612. © Aug. 20, 1940; H 
1808, 1809. 

Purity, 610 ; by Minna Walker Smith. 
© Oct. 4, 1940 ; H 1837. 



Nicholas, Charles & Zolnerowich, 

Daniel. 9062 

Fiddle boy. © Aug. 28, 1940; K 

46787. 

Nutting, Wallace. 9063-9069 

Bennington jar, 3518. — Birds among 
flowers, 3519.— Dahlia jar, 3520.— Deco- 
rated panel, 3521.— Marigolds, 3528.— 
Mexican zinnias, 3525. — Wicker vase, 
3524. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; J 31024-31030. 

Oahu pub. CO. 9070-9077 

If you were only mine. — Kawaihau 

hula. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; K 46631, 46632. 
In the sweet by and by. © Sept. 20, 

1940 ; K 46626. 

Lotus girl. © July 30, 1940; K 
46625. 

My sweet Hawaiian Rose. — Oh ! Dem 
golden slippers. — When you and I were 
young, Maggie. © July 19, 1940; K 

46627-46629. 

Over the waves. © July 17. 1940; 
K 46630. 

Off-N-defensive target co. 9078 

Off-N-defensive target. © Aug. 28, 
1940 ; I 26957. 

Osborne co. 9079, 9080 

Old mill wheel, P1952.— Where hal- 
lowed memories bridge the years, 
P1954. © 1 c. each Oct. 2, 1940; J 
31093, 31094. 

Paege, George A. Reinhold.* 9081 

Trammel. © 1 c. Aug, 30, 1940; I 

26882. 

Paull, William H.* 9082 

Three way toy boat. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940; 126869. 

Pelton, Charles Dawes. 9083 

Growth of a smile. © Aug. 19. 1940 ; 
J 30908. 

Permutit co. 9084 

Ranarex recorder chart, 26042. © 
Sept. 5, 1940 ; I 26823. 

Piper, Harold J. 9085 

Mt. Washington ii (S8), maiden voy- 
age, Aug. 18, 1940. © Aug. 18, 1940; 
J 30833. 

Plannette, Homer J. 9086 

It's a knockout. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 
1940; J 31033. 

Poe, John & Turner, Willie F. 9087 
Kant-lock automatic air release 
valve. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1940 ; I 26992. 



196 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 9, 1940 



9139 



Popple, William :M. 9088 

Steam valve. © 1 c. Aug. 30. 1940; 
I 26855. 



Port, Airs. Max A. 
Por mausoleum. 
1940 ; I 26907. 

Pote, Winston. 



9089 
© 1 c. Sept. 12, 

9090-9092 
Mountain reflections, White Moun- 
tains, N. H., 446. © May 4, 1940; J 
30999. 

Washington (Mt.), New Hampshire, 
altitude 6293 ft., 450. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; 
J 31005. 

White Mountain peaks from Presi- 
dential highway, N, H., 443. © Jan. 
15. 1940 ; J 31001. 

Powell, Jack. 9093-9098 

Powell (Jack) texture screen : 

Bromoil. — Dry point etching. — 

Line fabric. — Renaissance. — Steeline. — 

Tapestry. © Jan. 2, 1940; J 31082- 

31087. 

Powell, LeRoy G.* 9099 

Ventilated boot. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 

1940; I 26904. 

Queen, Ellery. 9100-9103 

Adventures of Ellery Queen. © June 
1, July 1, 1940 ; K 46671, 46678. 

Ellery Queen detective in the Adven- 
ture of the coffin clue. © Mar. 26, 
1940 ; K 46660. 

Ellery Queen in the Adventures of the 
blood red stamp. © May 1, 1940; K 
46668. 

Ray studios. 9104-9106 

Weaver Siamese twins : 
In display case. — In flesh. — Skele- 
ton. © Apr. 26, 1940 ; J 30865-30867. 

Rebano, Luis S. 9107 

Sanitary toilet protector. © 1 c. July 
8, 1940 ; I 26982. 

Reddy Kilowatt. 9108 

I may be old folks — but not old fash- 
ioned ... I cook electrically. © Sept. 
13, 1940 ; K 46633. 

Reisert, Fred W. 9109 

Mechanical toy. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26899. 

Republic flow meters co. 9110, 9111 
Republic flow meters co. chart, 60- 
CA-250, 60-CA-800. © Sept. 12, 
1940 ; I 26931, 26932. 

Rice, Alva J.* 9112 

Trailer drive. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; 
I 26850. 



Roberts, Hobart V. 9113, 9114 

Coon faces. — Mother love. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 11, 1940 ; J 30989, 30990. 

Rodriguez, Marcelino. 9115 

Fan that uses no electricity. © 1 c. 
Sept. 13, 1940 ; I 26961. 

Roege, William J. 9116 

New York (City) R. C. A. bldg.. 

Radio City. © Sept. 16, 1940; J 
30983. 

Rovelli, Augusto. 9117 

6 in 1 kitchen tool. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1940 ; I 26933. 

Ryan, John P.* 9118 

New standard beer cooler. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26873. 

Sager, Inez Meta. 9119 

Carbon copies. © Sept. 13, 1940; K 
46559. 

Salvatorian fathers. 9120-9125 

Christmas, 69. — G r e e t i n g s , 67. — 
Greetings for a merry Christmas, 64. — 
Peaceful Christmastide, 70. © July 27, 
1940; K 46512-46515. 

Christmas happiness, 60. — My Christ- 
mas prayer for you, 59. © July 31, 
1939 ; K 46560, 46561. 

Saville, Robert L. 9126 

Indestructo grave & coffin marker. 
© 1 c. Aug. 28, 1940 ; I 26980. 

Schreick photo studio. 9127 

Sylvester (Betty) © 1 c. Aug. 16, 

1940 ; J 30873. 

Schugar, Bella. 9128 

Schugar monument and marker. © 

1 c. Sept. 12, 1940 ; I 26906. 

Scull, R. D. Russell.* 9129 

Cigarette paper holder. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940; I 26898. 

Seip, Herbert F. 9130-9137 

Flexible screen door handle. — Four- 
tools in-one. — Tire service tool. — Tire 
wrapper cutting tool. — ^Vest pocket eye 
magnifier mirror. © 1 c. each Sept, 19, 
1940 ; I 26934-26938. 

Giant tire changing comb., hoist tire 
repair inspection stand. — Rim holder 
tire service. — Tire repair & inspection 
stand, tire holder. (S) 1 c. each Sept. 
10, 1940 ; I 26831-26833. 

Shadwick, George W., jr. 9138,9139 
Mold mycelia from a representative 
field in a sample of butter, A. B. — Pro- 
posed mold standards for cream. © 
Sept. 16, 1940 ; J 30994^0996. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



9140 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Shell, I. W. 9140 

Refrigerated display case and cooler 
combination, (c) 1 c. Oct. 4, 1940; I 
26993. 

Shellcrosslee, Harry. 9141 

Gas and fly ash eliminator. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940; I 26889. 

Shiff, Louis A. 9142 

Happy. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1940; J 

30852. 

Shirlin, Abe. 9143 

Messenger of cheer. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; 
K 46706. 

Silberstein, Theodore N. 9144-9146 
California {V. S. Sf. ) —Colorado 
(C7. 8. Sf.)— New York (U. 8. S.) © 
Sept. 6, 1940 ; J 31034-31036. 

Silverbuck, inc. 9147 

Buck Jones and the Canyon Rustler. 
© Sept. 22, 1939 ; K 46595. 

Simpson, Grey. 9148 

Adjustable flow bean. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940 ; O 26867. 

Sjolin, Otto I. 9149 

Eraser attachment. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26905. 

Skolfield, Thomas L. 9150 

Electric recording system for bowling 

alleys. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1940; I 26864. 

Slaughter, Sylvester. 9151 

Stove poker case. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; I 26876. 

Slehofer, Johnie.* 9152 

Automatic windcharger brake. © 1 
c. Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26846. 

Slesinger, Stephen. 9153-9173 

Bosco. © Oct. 13, Nov. 15, 1939; K 
46580, 46585. 

Bronc Peeler. © Sept. 29, Oct. 31, 
Dec. 1, 29, 1939, Jan. 31, Feb. 29, Apr. 
2, May 1, 1940 ; K 46610, 46616, 46721, 
46729, 46739, 46748, 46756, 46766. 

Crime busters. © Oct. 13, Nov. 15, 
1939 : K 46581, 46589. 

Ed Tracer G-man X-32. © Sept. 22, 
Nov. 24, Dec. 22, 1939 ; K 46597, 46641, 
46646. 

Ed Tracer G-man X-32 vs. the Island 
Radio Menace. © Feb. 21, 1940; K 
46656. 

Ed Tracer G man X32 vs. the Ozark. 
Killer. © Oct. 24, 1939 ; K 46599. 

Ed Tracer G-man X-32 vs. the Scar- 
let Scourge. © Jan. 24, 1940 ; K 46651. 



Speed Bolton, air ace. © Sept. 22, 
Oct. 24, Nov. 24, 1939 ; K 46596, 46601, 
46645. 

Slesinger (Stephen) inc. 9174-9179 

G-man vs. the Living Masks. — Tex 

Ritter, the man from Texas. © Sept. 

29, 1939 ; K 46608, 46609. 

Mystery of Mr. Wong. © Sept. 29, 

Oct. 31 ; 1939 ; K 46606, 46615. 
Tom Mix and the story of Hoodoo 

Ranch. © Sept. 22, Oct. 24, 1939; K 

46598, 46602. 

Snyder, Charles F.* 9180 

Tread for pneumatic tires. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26900. 

Square G shop. 9181, 9182 

Hitch-hiker, Jenny Lake, Wyo. 1, 2. 
© July 15, 1940 ; J 30825, 30826. 

Stan's 9183 

Stan's drive-in-service. © June 22, 
1940 ; K 46507. 

Starks, Charles C. 9184 

Indiana Union building. © Sept. 14, 

1940: J 



Stewart, Larry. 9185,9186 

Eastern Slope inn. North Conway, 
N. H., 427. © Aug. 5, 1940; J 31002. 

Ride up — ski down — Mt. Cranmore 
skimobile, North Conway, N. H., 423. 
© Aug. 19, 1940 ; J 31006. 

Stociokas, Joseph, jr. 9187 

Pak-a-match can. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 
1940 ; I 16921. 

Strater, Henry. 9188 

Ranch on Beaver Creek. © Sept. 
20, 1940 ; K 46785. 

Styron (O. M.) & co. 9189 

Schuyler (Philippa Duke) © Sept. 
6, 1940 ; K 46542. 

Sumner. Elza Anita. 9190 

Scale-chord-o-gram magic keyboard. 
© 1 c. Sept. 23, 1940 ; I 26952. 

Superior studio. 9191 

Coffey ville, Kan., high school, where 
Wendell Willkie taught school. © 
Sept. 7, 1940 ; K 46624. 

Sweeney lithograph co., inc. 9192, 9193 
We want McNary, for Vice President. 

© Aug. 27, 1940 ; K 46509. 
We want Willkie, for President. © 

Aug. 19, 1940 ; K 46508. 



198 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 9, 1940 



9242 



Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 9194-9199 
Tag chart A-110-50-9, T-260-(>-128 

PB-2000-0-128, 4-32-27-1. © Sept. 11. 

1940 ; I 26922-26924. 

Tag chart, TO-O-SO^PT, 400-200-IR. 

© Sept. 16, 1940 ; I 26939, 26940. 

Tag chart, 150-0-20-8. © Sept. 17, 

1940 ; I 26956. 

Talmadge, Sayward O. 9200 

Combination toy. © 1 c. Aug, 30, 
1940 ; I 26877. 

Tate, E. Mallory. 9201 

[Anatomical motion chart] © Sept. 
16, 1940 ; I 26963. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc.* 9202-9205 
Greetings from Burlington, Iowa. 
OB-^500. © May 8, 1940 ; K 46538. 

Greetings from Connecticut, OB- 
H702.— Happy birthday from Belk's 
boys' dept., OB-H563.— Out in old Mon- 
tana, 9A-H2457. © May 7, 1940; K 
46535-46537. 

Texas quarries, inc. 9206 

Nameu balustrade memorial. © 1 c. 
Aug. 13, 1940 ; I 26820. 

Thaxton, George O. & Wyder, Wil- 
liam F. 9207 
Mail box and signal therefor. © 1 c. 

Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26862. 

Theo CO. 9208. 9209 

Our next president? [Roosevelt] — 
Our next president? [Willkie] © 
Aug. 8, 1940 ; K 46528. 46530. 

Thompson (Anson W.) co. 9210, 9211 
Travel club Conoco : 
Oklahoma. — Washington. © Aug. 
19, 1940 ; K 46504, 46505. 

Todd, Wm. L. 9212 

Frisco travel tips. © May 30, 1940 ; 
K 46786. 

Trone. William Dallas. 9213 

Mill stream. © 1 c. July 22, 1940; 
J 31032. 

Troupe, Walter F. 9214 

French Creek Falls hotel, St. Peters, 
Penna. © Aug. 25, 1940; J 31007. 

U. S. Antarctic service. 9215-9226 

Acey-deucy game in progress in one 
of the huts at the West base, 937843.— 
Aerial view of the West base, looking 
toward the southeast, 935486. — Con- 
struction work under way on the science 
building annex at the West base, 
935485. — Exterior of the main building 



of the West base upon completion, 
935483. — Fitzsimmons (Roy), Newark, 
N. J., Felix Ferranto, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
and Murray Weiner, Bradley Beach, 
N. J., off to study aurora displays, 
936338.— General view of the West 
base, looking northeast, shortly before 
the sun set upon the camp for the last 
time and the long winter night set in, 
937841. — Jam session in a frigid at- 
mosphere, 936167. — Part of the crew of 
the U. S. Antarctic expedition clearing 
away some of the huge drifts following 
a blizzard, 937842.— Passel (Charles 
F.) (left) Indianapolis, Ind., driver, 
and Clyde W. Griffith, Irondale, O., me- 
chanic and relief driver, in front of 
their tractor, 936339.— Side view of the 
main building at the West base, while 
under construction, 935484. — Siple (Dr. 
Paul A.) in parka, 935481.— Wade (Dr. 
F. Alton) in parka, 935482. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 17, 1940; J 30853-30864. 

Ushers. 9227 

Ushers astrological forecast, 1941, 
Mar. 21 to Apr. 19. © July 15, 1940; 
K 46547. 

Valve pilot corp. 9228-9231 

Valve pilot super-record P-60-2, 
P-90-2, P-100-2, P-120-2. © July 11, 
1940 ; I 26945-26948. 

Washington national insurance co. 

9232 
Breaking home ties ; by Walter Has- 
kell Hinton. © Sept. 13, 1940; K 
46539. 

Wellman, Noel. 9233-9235 

Riding the Mt. Cranmore skimobile 

tramway. North Conway, N. H., 609, 

610. © Apr. 29, 1940 ; J 31003, 31004. 
Skimobile tramway at Mt. Cranmore, 

North Conway, N. H., 606. © Feb. 17, 

1940; J 31000. 

Whitlock & CO.. 9236 

His own money. © Oct. 1, 1940; J 
31095. 

Willard, Stephen H. 9237-9241 

April afternoon. — Waiting for the 

rains. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; J 30978, 30979. 
Gifts of the rains. © July 20, 1940 ; 

J 30977. 
No. 336. — Summers' ending. © Sept. 

1, 1940 ; J 30976, 30980. 

Willcockson, Herbert James.* 9242 

Willcox Concreform system. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26849. 



199 



CATALOG OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



9243 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Williams-Heller, Annie. 9243 

Circles of nature — the pathway to 

health. © 1 c. Sept. 24, 1940 ; I 26951. 



Wolff & Lawrence. 



9244-9251 



After he finishes, he'll get some — , 
1060.— Gosh, this would be perfect if I 
only had some — , 1061. — He can say, 
Polly wants a cracker — and some — , 
1062. — Here, buddy, watch our truck 
while we get some — , 1067. — Hm-m, 
maybe I'd better go back and have an- 
other — , 1066. — I'll moider de bum, but 
foist give me some — , 1065. — I'm just 
taking Mr. Smith's place for awhile — 
he went out for some — , 1063. — Watch 
the place awhile, Joe — I'm going up the 
street for some — , 1064. © June 25, 
1940 ; K 46570-46577. 



Wright (E. A.) bank note co. 



9252-9254 



Willkie crusaders of Pennsylvania. 
© Sept. 5, 1940 ; K 46518. 

Willkie dollar certificate. Border 
and inset, Wendell L. Willkie. © Sept. 
10, 1940 ; K 46519. 

Willkie-McNary dollar certificate. 
Border and insets, Wendell L. Willkie 
and Charles L. McNary. © Sept. 6, 
1940; K 46520. 

Young, Horace Alexander.* 9255 

Complete trisection, rhombus method, 
ruler and compasses only. © 1 c. Sept. 
11, 1940 ; I 26839. 

Ziegler, Albert. 9256 

Broom shaper and retainer. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; I 26886. 

Zimmerman, Jesse. 9257 

Wall knife sharpener. © 1 c. Aug. 
30, 1940 : I 26983. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 91 one-copy entries) 303 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 1,202 one-copy entries) 1,978 

Photographs (including 508 one-copy entries) 1,406 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 928 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries) - 2,993 

Total - 6,680 



200 



PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [9257 



Grimball, Meta M. 1-13 

Bottle baby. R 90249, Sept. 7, 1940. 

Company for breakfast. R 90241, 
Sept. 7, 1940. 

Concert. R 90250, Sept. 7, 1940. 

Dethroned. R 90238, Sept. 7, 1940. 

Down the garden walk. R 90251, 
Sept. 7, 1940. 

Forbidden fruit. R 90246, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

From gay Paree. R 90242, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

He loves me, he loves me not. R 
90243, Sept. 7, 1940. 

Kitty up-to-date. R 90245, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

More to be desired than gold, R 
90255, Sept. 7, 1940. 

Mother's helper. R 90247, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

Much ado about nothing. R 90248,, 
Sept. 7, 1940. 

Profit & loss. R 90244, Sept. 7, 1940. 



© Giitmann 
York. 



Gutmann, inc., New 



Gutmann, Bessie Pease. 14-21 

Bud of love. R 90235, Sept. 7, 1940. 

By candle light. R 90254, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

C. Q. D. R 90253, Sept. 7, 1940. 

Caught napping. R 90239, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

Mischief brewing. R 90240, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

Now I lay me. R 90237, Sept. 7, 
1940. 

Repartee. R 90252, Sept. 7, 1940. 

To have and to hold. R 90236, Sept. 
7, 1940. 

© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc.. New 
York. 

Kihn brothers. 22 

Border for bonds, stocks and other 
certificates. © Kihn brothers. New 
York. R 89427, Sept. 14, 1940. 



201 



LABELS 



Adlerika co., St. Paul. 9258 

Adler-i-ka. For Adlerika proprietary 
medicine. © Apr. 25, 1940 ; KK 565. 

Adler, John J., St. Paul. 9259 

Til- Swiss cave aged Minnesota 
cheese. For cheese. © Aug. 13, 1940 ; 
KK 555. 

Allen, Paul E., Niles Center, 111. 

9260. 9261 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal scientific teether. 
For teether. © July 3, 1940 ; KK 628. 

Dr. Allen's baby's pal teething neck- 
lace. For teething necklace. © Sept. 
13. 1940 : KK 629. 



Arkell & Smiths. 



Canajoharie, N. Y. 

9262-9266 

Coffee, design 13, case A. For coffee. 
© Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 595. 

Coffee, design 20, case B. For coffee. 
© Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 593. 

Coffee, design 23, case E. For coffee. 
© Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 592. 

Coffee, design 25, case D. For coffee. 
© Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 591. 

Coffee, design 26, case C. For coffee. 
© Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 594. 

Austenal laboratories inc., New York. 

9267, 9268 

Vital shade guide. For shade or 
color guide for artificial teeth. © Sept. 
6, 1940 ; KK 524. 

Vitallium with Austenal teeth. For 
dentures. © April 12, 1940 ; KK 521. 

Auto city brewing co., Detroit. 9269 
Bartosz. For bottled beer. © July 
27, 1940 ; KK 528. 

Barnard (Frederick R.) trading as 
Liven lotion co., Kew Gardens, N. Y. 

9270 
Liven lotion. For lotion. © Aug. 5, 

1940 ; KK 510. 

Barnes-Noble co., inc., Chicago. 

9271-9273 

Brite-ize finds all dirt. Blue label. 
For cleanser. © Aug. 14, 1940; KK 
571. 

Red label. For cleanser. © 

Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 573. 



Yellow label. For cleanser. © 

Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 572. 

Beam (James B.) distilling co., inc., 
Clermont, Ky. 9274, 9275 

Beam's 86. For Kentucky straight 

bourbon whiskey. © Apr. 12, 1940; 

KK 543. 

Beam's pin-bottle. For Kentucky 

straight bourbon whiskey. © Aug. 12, 

1940 ; KK 670. 

Beck, C. O., Dallas. 9276 

Half and half. For label used on 
bread. © June 22, 1940; KK 581. 

Berger, Curt E., d/b as Berger prod- 
ucts, Ithaca, N. Y. 9277 
Mastersinger bird food. For bird 

food. © June 24. 1940 ; KK 654. 

Berger products. See Berger ( Curt E. ) 
Berry, John H., Los Angeles. 9278 
Check tested by Chektest labora- 
tories, dairy technologists ; Seal. For 
milk, milk products and eggs. July 
19, 1940 ; KK 590. 

Borden co., New York. 9279-9283 

Borden's approved pasteurized milk. 
For milk. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 643. 

Borden's Golden crest pasteurized 
milk, one-half pint size. For milk. © 
Sept. 1, 1940; KK 647. 

Borden's Golden crest pasteurized 
milk, 2 qts. For milk. © Sept. 1, 
1940 ; KK 648. 

Borden's pasteurized milk. For milk. 
© Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 644. 

Borden's vitamin D irradiated milk. 
For milk. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 645. 

Buhse, Maximilian E., Minneapolis. 

9284 
Signature chocolates. For candy. © 
Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 657. 

Chemicals, inc., Oakland Calif. & San 
Francisco. 9285 

Denny's magic emulsion. For metal 

polish. © June 25, 1940 ; KK 542. 

Cream of wheat corp., Minneapolis. 

9286 
Zing ! For wheat germ. © July 15, 
1940 ; KK 546. 



202 



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no. 9, 1940 



9313 



Cumberland brewing co., Cumberland, 
Md. 9287 

Old Export. Mountain water makes 

the difference. For beer. © Aug. 1, 

1940 ; KK 658. 

Dairy sealed, inc., New York. 9288 

Dairy sealed, inc. heavy cream. For 
cream. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 646. 

Davenport candycrafts, Spokane. 9289 
Hysterical map of Alaska. For 
chocolates & confections. © May 31, 
1940 ; KK 582. 

Dexheimer & Becker co., St. Louis. 

9290 
Westridge. For Kentucky straight 
bourbon whiskey. © Oct. 4, 1939 ; KK 
541. 

Duff (P.) & sons, inc., Pittsburgh. 

9291 
Duff's white cake mix. For white 
cake mix. © July 21, 1940 ; KK 659. 

Earnshaw knitting co., Newton, Mass. 

9292 
Vanta. For baby garments. © Feb. 
1, 1940 ; KK 607. 

Bn-R-Gee dog food co.. Auburn, N. Y. 

9293 
En-R-Gee dog food. For dog food. 
© Sept. 4, 1940; KK 526. 

Extrafine bread bakery, Pomona, Calif. 

9294 



Sally Ann bread. For bread. 
July 22, 1940 ; KK 511. 



© 



Ferro enamel corp., Cleveland. 9295 
Ferro colors. For pigments and col- 
oring oxides. © July 18, 1940 ; KK 553. 

Foodland, inc., Cleveland. 9296 

Mrs. Lane's. For sliced yellow cling 
peaches. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 610. 

Fur guild of America, inc., Denver. 

9297 
Approved by the Fur guild of Amer- 
ica, inc. For fur clothing. © Mar. 7, 
1940; KK 578. 

Glemby co., inc.. New York. 9298 

Winsome hair net. For hair net. © 
June 26, 1940 ; KK 544. 

Gluckstern's inc., New l^ork. 9299 

Gluckstern's crispy soup almonds. 
For soup almonds. © Aug. 26, 1940; 
KK 635. 



Goldsborough, Murray LI., Lakeland, 
Fla. 9300 

Fortamin. For dehydrated vegetable 

food. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 566. 

Goudey gum co., Boston. 9301, 9302 

First column defenders chewing gum, 

wrapper. For chewing gum. © Sept. 

14, 1940 ; KK 605. 
First column defenders gum, carton. 

For chewing gum. © Sept. 14, 1940; 

KK606. 

Green Bay food co., Green Bay, Wis. 



Fresh-pak. For dill pickles. © Aug. 
10, 1940 ; KK 616. 

Gumakers of America, inc., Clifton 
Heights, Pa. 9304 

Vals apple gum. For chewing gum. 

© Sept. 23, 1940 ; KK 660. 

H-C products co., inc., Detroit. 

9305, 9306 

H-C deodorizing cleaner. For clean- 
ing compound. © April 5, 1940; KK 
519. 

H-C sterilizing cleaner. For cleaning 
compound. © April 5, 1940; KK 520. 

Hackney's restaurants, Atlantic City. 

9307 
Clamato juice. For Clamato juice, 
clam & tomato juice & other ingredi- 
ents. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 633. 

Hollander (H.) co., inc., Boston. 9308 
Jolly Roger. For rum. © June 14, 
1940 ; KK 576. 

Hopkins, Winifred Jeanette, doing busi- 
ness as Nu-gloss CO., Los Angeles. 



Nu-gloss. For furniture cleaner & 
polish. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 649. 

Hoppe (Frank A.), inc., Philadelphia. 

9310 
Hoppe's nitre powder solvent no. 9. 
For rifle cleaning compound. © Aug. 
7, 1939 ; KK 580. 

Johnson (S. C. & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

9311 
Johnson's cream wax. For a polish 
for furniture and w^oodwork, © July 
2, 1940 ; KK 599. 

Kasko distillers products Corp., Phila- 
delphia. 9312, 9313 
Four kings reserve. For blended 

whiskey. © Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 517. 
No. 8 Monogram. For blended 

whiskey. © Aug. 22, 1940; KK 518. 



203 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



9314 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Knox laboratories, inc., Providence. 

9314 
Noxies. For medicated tablets for 
breath. © July 19, 1940 ; KK 551. 

Liven lotion. See Barnard (Frederick 
R.) 

Made-in- America novelty Corp., New 
York. 9315 

Smiley Burnette my Pu-pu-pazoo. 

For kazooed musical toy instrument. 

© Sept. 14, 1940 ; KK 600. 

Maine canned foods, inc., Portland, Me. 

9316 
Puritan crispy-fresh popcorn. For 
ready to eat popcorn. © Mar. 21, 1939 ; 
KK 666. 

Marchand (Charles) co.. New York. 

9317 
Marchands. For black rinse, hair 
rinse. © May 20, 1940 ; KK 539. 

Menasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 

9318 
HyGrade ice cream. For ice cream. 
© Aug. 17, 1940 ; KK 634. 

Nu-gloss CO. See Hopkins (Winifred 
Jeanette) 

Powers, Walter P., Chicago. 9319-9323 

Blue meadows. For Kentucky 
straight bourbon whiskey. © Jan. 3, 
1940 ; KK 612. 

Oakville. For straight bourbon 
whiskey. © July 23, 1940 ; KK 614. 

Old Yorkshire. For Maryland 
straight rye whiskey. © Oct. 13, 1938 ; 
KK 613. 

Westport. For straight bourbon 
whiskey. © Nov. 22, 1939 ; KK 611. 

Wood-stock. For Kentucky straight 
bourbon whiskey. © July 23, 1940 ; KK 
615. 

Poythress (Wm. P.) & co., inc., Rich- 
mond. 9324 
Panalgesic. For a liquid medicine 

for external use. © Aug. 3, 1940 ; KK 

554. 

Publishers service co., 'inc.. New York. 

9325 
World's greatest operas. For phono- 
graph records. © Sept. 3, 1940; KK 

550. 

Reape, John E., Youngstown, O. 9326 
Reape's mild scalp rub. For scalp 

rub. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 558. 

Ripa, Benjamin, Orange, N. J. 9327 
X-ich. For medicated dusting 
powder. © May 4, 1940 ; KK 667. 



Rosenkrans, Arlene B., Sao Paulo, Bra- 
zil. 9328 
Oyama. For plant food and fertil- 
izers. © Aug. 15, 1940; KK 527. 

Royal (Thomas M.) & co., Philadelphia. 

9329 
Iced tea. For tea. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
KK 457. 

Ruberoid co., New York. 9330 

Northwest made for northwest trade. 
For roofings, shingles and sidings. © 
Aug. 7, 1940 ; KK 522. 

Saalfield pub. co., Akron, O. 

9331, 9332 

Animal sewing cards, no. 4551. For 
punched cards for child's activity. © 
Aug. 27, 1940 ; KK 619. 

Easy sewing cards, no. 4552. For 
punched colored cards for children to 
sew. © Aug. 27, 1940; KK 618. 



Serman (M.) & co. 
(Maury Michael) 



See Serman 



Serman, Maury Michael, doing business 
as Serman (M.) & co., New York. 

9333 
Laura Mae. For blouses. © July 20, 

1940 ;KK 556. 

Serta associates, inc., Chicago. 

9334-9337 

Coilux. For mattresses. © Aug. 28, 
1940 ; KK 569. 

Gold coast. For mattresses. © Aug. 
9, 1940 ; KK 568. 

Perfect sleeper. For mattresses. © 
Aug. 9, 1940 ; KK 567. 

Restal knight. For mattresses. © 
Aug. 9, 1940 ; KK 570. 

Southern distributors, inc., Lexington, 
Ky. 9338 

Healthtrue. Rev, For laxative. © 

July 26, 1940 ; KK 587. 

Spare-time corp., Minneapolis. 9339 
Spare-time. For game. © Aug. 13, 
1940 ; K 596. 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 

9340, 9341 

Royal. 2y2 lb. label. For baking 
powder. © Sept. 12, 1940; KK 575. 

Royal, 5 lbs. For baking powder. © 
Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 583. 

Stebbins, Barton A., Los Angeles. 9342 

Diet bread for the stars, JB107. 

For bread. © Jan. 15, 1940; KK 540. 



204 



LABELS 



no. 9, 1940 



9352 



Thomas, Milford A., Glendale, Calif. 

9343, 9344 

Farmer Jim's Russian salad dress- 
ing. For Russian salad dressing. © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 603. 

Horton's Russian salad dressing. 
For Russian salad dressing. © Aug. 1, 
1940 ; KK 604. 

Tissue assn., New York. 9345-9349 

No. 1 cylinder wrapping tissue. For 
no. 1 cylinder wrapping tissue. © 
Sept. 3, 1940 ; K 515. 

No. 1 Fourdrinier wrapping tissue. 
For no. 1 Fourdrinier wrapping tissue. 
© Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 512. 

No. 1 M. G. wrapping tissue. For no. 
1 M. G. wrapping tissue. © Sept. 3, 
1940 ; KK 514. 



No. 11/2 wrapping tissue. For no. ly^ 
wrapping tissue. © Sept. 3, 1940; KK 
516. 

No. 2 wrapping tissue. For no, 2 
wrapping tissue. © Sept. 3, 1940; KK 
513. 
Trapp & sons, Beulah, Mich. 9350 

Beulah celery. For celery. © July 
11, 1940 ; KK 557. 

Victor brewing co., Jeannette, Pa. 

9351 
Old shay ale. For ale. © May 5. 
1940 ; KK 617. 

Youngs, Merle L., doing business as 
Zenda farms, New York. 9352 

Zenda farms, quality products, Clay- 
ton, N. Y. For eggs. © Dec. 18, 1939 : 
KK 588. 
Zenda farms. See Youngs, Merle L. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since July 1. 1940 453 



205 



PRINTS 



Bell lamp mfg. co., Chicago. 9353 

Bell tested promotion no. 50. For 

lamps & shades. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 

577. 

Bennett fireplace co., Norwich, N. Y. 

9354 
Enjoy beauty, convenience with the 
Flexscreen. For firescreen. © Sept. 3, 
1940 ; KK 579. 



Borden co.. New York. 



9355-9360 



For a moovelous cheese-treat, try 
Borden's chateau. Design no. 1, no. 
49389. For cheese. © June 8, 1940; 
KK 627. 

It's swell when you're sweltering. 
Design no. 5, no. 49386. For ice cream. 
© July 22, 1940; KK 623. 

Look! Premium coupons, too. De- 
sign no. 6, no. 49388. For evaporated 
milk. © Aug. 8, 1940 ; KK 624. 

Magic recipes on every can of Bor- 
den's Eagle brand milk. Design no. 4, 
job no. 49387. For condensed milk. © 
July 8, 1940 ; KK 626. 

My ! The cleanliness they insist on. 
Design no. 7, job 49384. For fluid milk. 
© Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 622. 

Rushed fresh from moo to you. De- 
sign no. 3, job no. 49383. For fluid milk. 
© June 29, 1940 ; KK 625. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., Chi- 
cago. 9361 
Brunswick league score record sheet. 

For bowling balls and pins. © July 11, 

1940 ; KK 630. 

Cleveland brass mfg. co., Cleveland. 

9362 

Barrett banner barrej pump. For 
barrel pump. © Aug. 28, 1940; KK 
653. 

Commonwealth pub. co,, Chicago. 9363 
You get this free to help you suc- 
ceed as others have. How men made 
money in 1940 with Liberty record. 
For income tax record. © Aug. 27, 
1940 ; KK 631. 

Custodian toiletries, inc., Chicago. 

9364 
Micro-shaded Custodian. For face 
powder. © July 8, 1940 ; KK 574. 



Cutler-Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 

9365, 9366 

Unitrol, the modern sectionalized con- 
trol center. Pub. C 5077. For enclosed 
sectionalized motor control panels. © 
Sept. 3, 1940; KK 642. 

Unitrol, the modern sectionalized 
control center. Pub. C 5077 R. For 
enclosed sectionalized motor control 
panels. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 641. 

Ely & Walker dry goods co., St. Louis. 

9367 
Full palette of colorful new designs. 
For print cloth of cotton or rayon. © 
Nov. 10, 1939; KK 655. 

Fair, Ina Pearl, Detroit. 9368 

E-lec-treat. For electrical instru- 
ment. © July 23, 1940; KK 549. 

Finders mfg. co., Chicago. 9369 

It's the greatest money-maker on the 
market. For electric broilers. © Aug. 
8, 1940 ; KK 651. 

General cigar co., inc.. New York. 9370 
Thanks . . . for introducing me to the 
perfect-taste cigar. For cigars. © 
Sept. 16, 1940 ; KK 684. 

General fireproofing co., Youngstown, 
O. 9371 

Adjustable. For office chairs. © 

Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 638. 

Goodyear tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 

9372-9375 

Battery capacity analyzer. For bat- 
teries. © April 10, 1940 ; KK 563. 

Goodyear [wingfoot] batteries, start 
quicker, last longer, more dependable. 
For batteries. © April 10, 1940; KK 
564. 

Right capacity batteries. For bat- 
teries. © April 10, 1940 ; KK 561. 

Under capacity batteries. For bat- 
teries. © April 10, 1940; KK 562. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 

9376-9382 

Cooling, form 101. For ale. © June 
1, 1940 ; KK 530. 

New England's own — say Hanley's for 
ale, form 92. For ale. © Mar. 1, 1940 ; 
KK 536. 



206 



no. 9, 1940 



PRINTS 



9415 



Say Hanley's for ale, form 102. For 
ale. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 531. 

Say Hanley's for ale, form 103. For 
ale. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 532. 

Sav Hanley's for ale, form 104. For 
ale. '© June 1, 1940 ; KK 534. 

Say Hanley's for ale, form 105. For 
ale. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 533. 

Welcome treat, form 93. For ale. 
© Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 535. 

Hansen, H. O. L., Newtown, Conn. 9383 
Picknlchicken. For food. © Aug. 17, 
1940 ; KK 608. 

Hawaiian pineapple co., ltd., Honolulu 
& San Francisco. 9384 

What becomes of a Dole pineapple 

from Hawaii, form 198. For pineapple. 

© Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 523. 

Hopp press, inc., New York. 9385 

And now — the new Hopp press Mastr 
meat price markers with changeable 
designation slides. For meat price 
marker. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 537. 

International latex corp., New York. 

9386-9395 

Heigh ho ! Silver-tube containers 
with Playtex baby pants. For latex 
baby pants. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 597 

Heigh ho ! Silver-tube packaging for 
Plavtex baby pants. For latex pants. 
© Sept. 11, 1940 ; KK 661. 

Kooleez — those durable baby pants. 
For latex baby pants. © July 23, 1940 ; 
KK 650. 

Make it happen for your department. 
For latex girdle. © Aug. 2, 1940 ; KK 
560. 

New discovery in figure control ! For 
latex girdle. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 598. 

New discovery in figure control ! 
Plavtex living girdle. For latex girdle. 
© Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 609. 

Parents' magazine makes Playtex 
sales for you. For latex baby pants. 
© July 30, 1940 ; KK 559. 

Playtex living girdle keeps curves 
slim yet gloriously free! For latex 
girdle. © Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 663. 

Wherever you see the one, you're 
sure to find the other. For latex baby 
pants. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 662. 

Wherever you see the one, you're 
sure to find the other. For latex 
girdles. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 664. 

International silver co.. Meriden, Conn. 

9397 



Holmes & Edwards sterling inlaid 
silverplate. For sterling silver silver- 
plate. © Aug. 30, 1940; KK 639. 

Introducing Youth. For sterling in- 
laid silverplate. © Sept. 9, 1940; KK 
669. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 9398-9411 

Cavalry twill ribs. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 680. 

Deep madder tones. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 677. 

Genuine ribs. For men's socks. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 676. 

Interwoven fine ribbed socks. For 
men's socks. © Aug. 15, 1940; KK 
685. 

Interwoven Nu-top. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 675. 

Interwoven Softies. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 673. 

Medallion clocks. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 679. 

New ribbed Softies. For men's 
socks. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 672. 

Scots foot guards socks. For men's 
socks. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 686. 

Shetland colorings. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 682. 

Sports-weave. For men's socks. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 674. 

Spunlvle mistv tones. For men's 
socks. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 678. 

Stadium designs. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 681. 

Suede tones. For men's socks. © 
Aug. 12. 1940 ; KK 683. 

Jennings, J. L., Lamberton, N. C. 9412 

Al Jennings. For safety razor 
blades. © Aug. 20, 1940; KK 529. 

Kant-rust products Corp., Rahway. N. J. 

9418 

You feel it I Added power, smoother 

running, more mileage, Kant-rust gum 

solvent. For solvent. © June 25, 

1940 ; KK 589. 

Kearney (James R.) Corp., St. Louis. 

9414 

Kearney by-pass disconnect. For 
electrical switches. © Sept. 6, 1940: 
KK 640. 

King-Barr press, Worcester. 9415 

Polar beverages. For soft drink. © 
Aug. 30, 1940 : KK 665. 



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CATALOG or COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



9416 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Leslie, Freeland H,, doing business as 
Leslie welding co., Chicago. 9416 
All-metal louvers. For attic ventila- 
tors. © May 31, 1940; KK 668. 
Leslie welding co. See Leslie (Free- 
land H.) 

Lowe (Joe) corp., New York. 9417 

Win money on the Buck Rogers radio 
program. For frozen confections. © 
Mar. 9, 1940 ; KK 552. 

Meyer (Jos. H.) bros., Brooklyn. 9418 
Prevent D. K. For inter-tooth clean- 
ers. © July 5, 1940 ; KK 632. 

Natural set up sales corp., St. Louis. 

9419 
Sundrop. For lemonade. © July 18, 
1940 ; KK 687. 

Nulife garments corp.. New York. 9420 
Measurement chart. For health 
belts. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 652. 

Paragon utilities corp., Brooklyn. 9421 
Life house. For gas ranges. © Sept. 
12, 1940; KK 601. 

Parker pen co., Janes ville. Wis. 9422 
What does your pen say about you? 
For pens and ink. © Sept. 14, 1940; 
KK 602. 

Photostat Corp., Providence. 9423 

Photostat .junior. For photographic 

equipment. © Aug. 22, 1940; KK 538. 

Regal amber brewing co., San Fran- 
cisco. 9424 
Mellow as sunset. For beer. © Aug. 

15, 1940; KK656. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 9425, 9426 
Three bathing girls, Camel E-31. 

For cigarettes. © July 3, 1940; KK 

621. 



Three girls heads. Camel E-30. For 
cigarettes. © May 15, 1940 ; KK 620. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 

9427 

It's new ! Finger-flow keyboard. For 

typewriter. © July 29, 1940 ; KK 545. 

Royle (John) & sons, Paterson, N. J. 

9428 

Royle heating and circulating unit 

for heat-transfer control. Bulletin 436. 

For heating & circulating unit. © July 

30, 1940 ; KK 636. 

Samson laboratories, Philadelphia. 

9429 
Samson kurd-kit. For display kit for 
salesmen. © June 15, 1940 ; KK 584. 

Shuttleworth, Frank, Vineland, N. J. 

9430 
Only tooth brush holder, directions 
for use. For glass tooth brush holding 
tube. © Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 585. 

Southern distributors, inc., Lexington, 
Ky. 9431 

Healthtrue for internal hygiene. 

For laxative. © July 29, 1940; KK 

586. 

Studebaker corp., South Bend, Ind. 

9432 

1941 Studebaker service data. For 

automobiles. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 671. 

Valento's (Carlos) Hollywood beauty 

center, inc., Los Angeles. 9433 

Be glamorous like the stars, us-^ 

Champagne glo. For hair tint and 

rinse. © June 8, 1940; KK 548. 

Wender & Goldstein, inc.. New York. 

9434 
U. S. service uniforms, envelop. For 
uniforms. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 637. 



Number of entries of Prints included in the Catalog since July 1, 1940— [234 

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208 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OF JUNE 30, 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 TECH- 
NICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND PICTO- 
RIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL PRINTS 
AND LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 
No. 10 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles 
of commercial prints and labels. These will be found at the end of each issue. 
A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including com- 
mercial prints and labels used for articles of merchandise. "©" implies copy- 
right 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. 

The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar 
year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are now as follows : 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper. $3. 00 

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

Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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

Part 2, Periodicals - 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions 3. 00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, in- 
cluding Commercial Prints and Labels used for articles of merchan- 
dise - - 2.00 

Single numbers - — . 50 

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

All parts for complete calendar year — 10. 00 

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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that, insofar as any copyright 
articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, 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 
governmental library in the District of Columbia, such books or 
articles, unless reserved, may be returned to the claimant of copy- 
right if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1940. 

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 
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which must be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank 
will be supplied on request. Address Eegister of Copyrights, 
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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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



American plaque co. 9435 

Esses (Edward) : 

God bless America, © Sept. 3, 
1940 ; G 36641. 

American tennis assn. 9436 

Choykee (Andrew) & Marcus (Ber- 
nard) : 
A T. A. — sportsmanship — unity — 

goodwill, (g) 1 c. Oct. 16, 1940 ; G 36686. 

Americana designs. 9437-9442 

Brandfield (Kitty) : 
Antelope head. — Baby on tortoise. — 
Harvester, female figure. — Harvester, 
male figure. — Pan. — Zebra. © Aug. 7, 
1940 ; G 36644-36649. 

Anderson-Friberg co. 9443 

Anderson (George) : 
He is risen. He is not here, memo- 
rial 1688. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; G 36713. 
Atkins, Robert Ellsworth.* 9444 

Cookie. (£) 1 c. Oct. 18, 1940; G 
36693. 

Barrie, Kate Hayt.* 9445-9448 

Chinese with flute and frog. — Orna- 
ment with tiger on two sides. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 24, 1940 ; G 36651, 36652. 

Girl with hat box. © Aug. 29, 1940 ; 
G 36642. 

Woman's slipper. © Apr. 16, 1940; 
G 36714. 

Beck, Edgar.* 9449, 9450 

Let's GOPlaces with Willkie and 
win. — Rearin' to go for the smile tried 
and true — Roosevelt. © 1 c. each July 
81, 1940 ; G 36709, 36710. 

Berkshire monumental works. 9451 
Anderson (George) : 
Fairs memorial, 1. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 
1940 ;G 36636. 



Billman, Carl Henry.* 

Fraser memorial. © 
1940:0 36624. 



9452 
1 c. June 21, 



Brogan, Helen R. 9453 

Flying Eagle [pseud, of Paul Good- 
bear] : 
First American court. © 1 c. Sept. 

27, 1940 ; G 36664. 

Burrows, Peggy Palmer.* 9454 

Lady Godiva. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1940; 
G 36669. 

Carlson, Alida.* 9455 

Forbid it Almighty God. © 1 c. Oct. 
15, 1940; G 36682. 

Clark, Sally.* 9456 

Willkie (Wendell) © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1940 ; G 36653. 

Clift, Robert E.* 9457 

Vita-man. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1940; G 
36631. 

Cloud, C. Carey.* 9458 

I pledge allegiance to the flag of the 
United States of America ... © 1 c. 
Oct. 4, 1940 ; G 36623. 

Cross bros. co. 9459-9466 

LaChapelle ( Leon J. ) Memorial : 
Dexter, 5620. © Oct. 15, 1940; G 
36702. 

McClellan (Harry E.) Memorial: 
Kilbane, 5616. — Lucas, 5619. — Max- 
well, 5613.— Morse, 5618.— Sherman, 
5617.— Watkins, 5614.— Winston, 5615. 
© Oct. 1, 1940 ; G 36695-36701. 

Curry, John Steuart.* 9467-9470 

Brown (John) E2. — Coronado & 
Padre Padillia, El. — Unmortgaged 
farm, Wl, W2. © 1 c. each Oct. 7, 
1940; G 36628, 36629, 36654, 36655. 

Davis, Abe.* 9471 

I am proud to be an American, stamp. 
© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1940; G 36677. 

Forster (L. H.) & associates, inc. 9472 
Advertising art assn. : 
Mechanicoal. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1940 ; 
G 36689. 



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9473 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Fowler, Helen Virginia.* 9473 

Meet the Tweets. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1940 ; G 36656. 

Freedman, Albert.* 9474 

Superstitious Aloysius [and] Avari- 
cious. © 1 c. Sept. 17, 1940; G 36626. 

Goldin, Abraham M. 9475 

Bogorod (Allen) : 

I have registered, selective service. 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1940 ; G 36630. 

Goodman, Harold J. 9476 

Broner (Matthew) : 

Pitheconthropus says: Believe it 
not — that hair on chest is a sign of 
great strength. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940; 
G 36671. 

Gutgemon, Gustave.* 9477 

Prowlers of the plains. © 1 c. Oct. 
4, 1940 ; G 36622. 

Haight, Rex C* 9478-9481 

Bar L Jim, 4. — Flying loop, 10. — 
Homeward trek, 38. — White ropes, 11. 
© 1 c. each July 19, 1940; G 36665- 
36668. 

Hancock, Walker.* 9482 

There will be other towers for thee 
to build — 22nd issue, Society of medal- 
ists. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1940 ; G 36638. 



Hersel, Paul.* 



9483 



Of royal blood. © Sept. 29, 1940 ; G 
36685. 

Hibbard, Frederick C* 9484 

Moonbeams. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1940; 
G 36731. 

Hoag, Martin.* 9485 

Lite pendente (Christ head) © 1 c. 
Oct. 17, 1940 ; G 36687. 

Hull, Andrew J.* 9486 

Fish design. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1940; 
G 36639. 

Jones, Emmett Austin.* 9487 

Western rider and bucking horse, © 
1 c. Oct. 23, 1940 ; G 36715. 

Kallus (Jos. L.)* 9488 

High hat arrangement, still life. © 
1 c. Sept. 30, 1940 ; G 36736. 

Kitson, tienry Hudson.* 9489 

Indian's blessing. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 
1940 ; G 36734. 

Kleitsch, Edna.* 9490, 9491 

Creator of pageant of masters. — 
Minerva, goddess of art. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; G 36658, 36659. 



Kleitsch, Edna. 9492,9493 

Kleitsch (Joseph) : 

American boy. — First U. S. aviator, 
Maj. J. C. Walker organizer of U. S. 
aviation. © 1 c. each Aug. 30, 1940 ; G 
36657, 36660. 



Klure, Sarah. 



9494, 9495 



Klure (Irving Harry) : 

Beloved and received. — Despised 
and rejected. © 1 c. each Oct. 21, 1940 ; 
G 36707, 36708. 

Lampl, Walter.* 9496 

On guard. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; G 
36661. 

Lepofsky, Morris & Wolfgang, Louis.* 

9497 
Rum cola. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1940; G 
36737. 

Levitas, A. H. 9498 

Post, (Harry F.) : 

Cow belle. © 1 c. Oct. 26, 1940; 
G 36738. 

Lou- Walt, inc.* 9499 

I have registered — united we stand. 
© 1 c. Oct. 10, 1940 ; G 36632. 

Lowe, Charles Coppes.* 9500 

For defense, serving the nation with 
the armed forces. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1940 ; 
G 36640. 

Marschke, A. R.* 9501 

Junior game wardens, we protect, 302. 
© 1 c. Oct. 21, 1940 ; G 36706. 

Merjech, Carmen.* 9502-9504 

Ma.— Pa. © 1 c. each Oct. 7, 1940; 

G 36679, 36680. 

Scotty, 6. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; G 

36678. 

Money, Jewel Grace & Money, Lola 
May.* 9505, 9506 

Monkeyville kids : 

Introducing the grown folks. — Meet 

the kids. © 1 c. each Oct, 10, 1940 ; G 

36634, 36635, 

Morse, Raymond.* 9507-9509 

Gas character, 1. — Girl character, 
3. — Stove pipe character, 2. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 18, 1940 ; G 36690-36692. 

Newman decor, inc. 9510-9524 

Guild (Susan) : 

Portrait of girl in white dress with 
flowers and red scarf, 1340. © Sept. 1, 
1940 ; G 36730. 
Harris (Susan) : 

Boy in costume with dogs, 1348 
A. — Calla lilies and bouquet with fancy 
border, 1311. — Calla lily with drape and 



210 



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no. 10, 1940 



9550 



oval leaf border, 1359. — Chrysanthe- 
mums with drape and oval border, 1359 
A. — Girl in costume with dog on col- 
ored background, 1343 A. — Girl in cos- 
tume with geese, 1348. — Girl in costume 
with sheep, 1343. — Gladiolus in bowl 
on colored background, 1317. — Roses 
and bouquet with fancy border, 1311 
A. — Scene with house, hills and woman, 
1330 A. — Scene with houses, hills, etc., 
1330. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; G 36716-36719, 
36721, 36722, 36725-36729. 
Roberts (John) : 

Decorative flowers with bell flow- 
ers, with colored background, 1338. — 
Decorative flowers with daisies on col- 
ored background, 1338 A. — Large col- 
ored flower on colored rough paper, 
1323. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; G 36720, 36723, 
36724. 

Novelli & Calcagni, inc. 9525, 9526 

Bottigi (Bruno) : 

Baldwin memorial, 133. © 1 c. 
Sept. 27, 1940 ; G 36711. 
Kenerson ( Harley C. ) 

Newton memorial, 132. © 1 c. 
Sept. 27, 1940 ; G 36712. 

O'Clair (0. L.) granite works. 

9527-9530 
Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
Barker 802, 802A.— Harvard, 803, 
803A. © Oct. 12, 1940 ; G 36673-36676. 

Parker, C. Elmer & DeClerck, Edward 

A.* 9531 

Blackbeard and Buccaneer Bonnet's 

Rocking chair treasure hunt. © 1 c. 

Sept. 24, 1940 ; G 36704. 

Paterson monument co. 9532 

Naylor (Franklin L.) : 

Sedlascik memorial. © 1 c. Oct. 
14, 1940 ; G 36670. 

Patrick, Frank Henry. 9533 

Patrick (Frank Vincent) : 
Angel mermaid, dedicated in trib- 
ute to the City of the Angels. © 1 c. 
Oct. 18, 1940; G 36703. 
Phillips (Charles H.) & co., inc. 

9534, 9535 
Legnaioli (F.) : 

Do no evil family of Mr. Do No 
Evil. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; G 36663. 

Four wise monkeys. © 1 c. Sept. 
11, 1940 ; G 36662. 

Pichler, Helene Richards. 9536, 9537 
Raganzia (Helene) [pseud, of H. R. 
Pichler] : 



International goddess of fashion. — 
New plan for the National creative 
fashion center retail and department 
stores. © 1 c. each Oct. 15, 1940; G 
36683, 36684. 

Press service. 9538 

Weyand (Christian) : 

Good luck plaque. © July 6, 1940 ; 
G 36643. 

Protestant Episcopal church. 9539 

Baldwin (William M.) : 
Church flag of the Protestant Epis- 
copal church. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1940; G 
36705. 

Reents, Hildred Grace.* 9540 

Nada. © Oct. 12, 1940; G 36694. 

Smith, Arch.* 9541 

Kell. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1940 ; G 36688. 

Smith, Dorrance R.* 9542 

Spindletop's famous Lucas gusher. 
© 1 c. Oct. 14, 1940 ; G 36672. 

Sonnenschein, Frieda.* 9543 

God bless America. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 
1940 ; G 36633. 

Stolz (L. W.) memorials.* 9544 

Distinctive memorial, 10920. © 1 c. 
Sept. 10, 1940 ; G 36627. 

Walther (John) fabrics, inc. 9545 

Walther ( John L.) : 

Textile fabric, 2338. © 1 c. Oct. 
28, 1940 ; G 36739. 

Wick, Raymond Joseph.* 9546 

Vision sweetheart. © 1 c. Sept. 27, 
1940 ; G 36681. 

Witalis, Eugene J. 9547 

Miln (DanaC.) : 

Szweda memorial. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1940 ; G 36735. 

Woiceske, Ronan William.* 9548 

Full moon. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; G 36650. 

Wunderlich (E.) granite co. 

9549, 9550 
Schuessler (Ruth) & Wunderlich 
(Walter C.) : 

Clair, monument consisting of two 
columns, a central shaft & urn. etc. 
© 1 c. Oct. 25, 1940 ; G 36733. 
Wunderlich (Alfred F.) : 

Fisher, granite urn on a granite 
base, grave marker. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 
1940 ; G 36732. 



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

1940„. - 2,183 



211 



MODEL OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [9550 



Schaaf, Anton. 1 

Bronze gavel. © David H. Reid, 

Flushing, L. I., N. Y. R 90372, Aug. 29, 
1940. 



212 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Ainge (P. T.) corp. 9551 

Congress hotel coffee shop. © 1 c. 
Oct. 7, 1940 ; I 27051. 

Alderman, Lesley. 9552 

Skipper, washing face. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 
1940 ; J 31215. 

Aldershof, John Henry. 9553 

God bless America. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; 

K 46940. 

AUenbaugh, Robert Franklin. 9554 

Method of improving the smoking 

qualities of a cigarette. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 

1940 ; I 27066. 

American automobile association. Safe- 
ty traffic engineering dept. 9555-9556 
Drive bicycles close to right edge — 

never here, 123. © Sept. 27, 1940; K 

46802. 

Look both ways — wait on curb until 
way is clear, 122. © Sept. 9, 1940; 
K 46801. 
American bancservice co. 9557 

Handi-pocket Christmas club coin 
bank. © Sept. 2, 1940 ; K 46794. 

Anderson, Nils Alfred. 9558 

Board of knots. © Aug. 29, 1940 ; J 
31172. 

Anderson, Sylvester L. 9559 

Wheel wing. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; 

I 27028. 

Andreotti, Mel. 9560 

Adjustable candlestick holder. © 1 

c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27024. 

Anthonisen, Georg Brockmann. 

9561, 9562 
Details of spring spikes. Rev. © 1 
c. Sept. 3, 1940 ; I 27174. 

Same. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1940 ; I 

27175. 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman electric co. 

9563, 9564 
Magnetic starters for reconnected 
winding 3 speed motors. — 2 speed mag- 
netic starters for reconnected winding 
type motors. © Sept. 10, 1940 ; I 27069, 
27070. 



Art theatre co. 9565 

D$uble m$ney stamp, 10«iJ. © Sept. 
1, 1940 ; K 46970. 

Artistic picture pub. co., inc. 

9566-9573 
Hare (John C.) : 
American farm. — Autumn splen- 
dor. — Green valley. — Indian summer. — 
Nature's archway. — Red roofs. — Sun- 
light and shadow. — Sunlit canal. © 
Sept. 15, 1940 ; K 46942-46949. 

Ashley (David), inc. 9574 

The blue Danube; by Marguerite S. 
Pearson. © Oct. 15, 1940; H 1841. 

Atkin, William. 9575 

Troop transport or landing boat, 

shallow draft, 467. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 
1940 ; I 27080. 

Atlas powder co. 9576-9578 

Most desirable manner of series to 
use in parallel series connection. — Par- 
allel series connections using the Atlas 
3-30 blasting machine. — Parallel series 
connections using the Atlas 3-50 blast- 
ing machine. © 1 c. each Oct. 24, 1940 ; 
I 27170-27172. 

Austin, Earl C. 9579 

Day time. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1940; J 
31104. 

Bacharach industrial instrument co, 

9580 
Bristol's wide-strip recording chart, 
R:-0209. © May 20, 1940 ; I 27124. 

Bachrach, inc. 9581-9585 

McNary (Charles L.) WA 19306 C, 

WA 19306L, WA 19306N, WA 19306P. 

© Sept. 18, 1940 ; J 31167-31170. 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) WA 

19322 M-1. © Oct. 21, 1940; J 31214. 

Baggott, George T. 9586 

Crescent fluorescent. © 1 c. Sept. 12, 
1940 ; I 27173. 

Baginski, Paul E. 9587 

Master curtain lifter. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 27048. 



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9588 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Bank of America national trust & sav- 
ings assn. 9588 
George, that was a great movie. © 
Oct. 23, 1940 ; K 46997. 

Barnes, George. 9589,9590 

Great Smoky Mountains national 

park: 

Candid camera fiend. — Three black 
bears. © Oct. 20, 1940 ; J 31273, 31274. 

Bassett, Joseph A. 9591 

Sheet material cutter. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 27027. 

Bayside high school. 9592 

[School seal] Bayside high school, 
Bayside, L. I. © June 1, 1940; K 
46808. 

Beatrice creamery co. 9593-9595 

Lightning Jim U. S. marshal. © Dec. 
15, 1939, Jan. 12, Feb. 14, 1940; K 
46836, 46841, 46850. 

Beaudet, J. Oscar. 9596 

Rotary compressor. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1940 ; I 27142. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd. 9597,9598 

Pinkie (Mary Moulton Barrett) ; by 

Arthur L. Cox, after Thomas Lawrence. 

© July 1, 1940 ; H 1846. 

Still evening (Sunset in Ireland) ; 

by Cyril W. Bion. © June 1, 1940; 

H 1847. 

Bergen, Edgar. 9599 

Mathilda and Maizie. © 1 c. Oct. 
12, 1940 ; J 31206. 

Birch, Charles. 9600 

Play devices. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; 

I 27045. 

Bliss, Frank E. 9601 

Steam heating coils. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 

1940 ; I 27138. 

Bloise, Francisco J. 9602 

Bloise automatic revolver. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27040. 

Bohn ptg. CO. 9603-9624 

Advent season, 116. — Children's 
Christmas service, 118. — Christmas, 
117. — Confirmation day, 104. — Confirma- 
tion reunion, 105. — ^Easter Day. He is 
risen, 106. — God bless our native land, 
124. — Happy New Year, Jesus be our 
guide, 101. — Holy communion, 123. — 
Mission festival, 113. — Mission Sunday, 
112. — Mother's day, 107. — One sure pi- 
lot, Jesus, 120.— Palm Sunday, 103.— 
Pentecost day, 108.— Rally day, 111.— 
Reformation day, 114. — Thanksgiving, 



115. — Trinity season, 110. — Trinity 
Sunday, 109. — Way of the cross leads 
home, 121.— Welcome, 119. © Oct. 21, 
1940 ; K 46974-46995. 

Bonawit, G. Owen. 9625 

Willkie (Wendell L.) an American. 
© 1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 ; J 31212. 

Boss, Elmer Roy. 9626 

Silent clock. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; 
I 27020. 

Bradley, Claude A. 9627 

[Skirt hanger] © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1940; 
I 27169. 

Bristol CO. 9628-9654 

Bristol recorder, 55039. © June 20, 
1940 ; I 27123. 

Bristol's recorder chart, 3792, 55044, 
55045. © Aug. 27, 1940; I 27105-27107. 

4042. © Aug. 22, 1940 ; I 27099. 

5306. © Aug. 1, 1940; I 27100. 

11040. © July 27, 1940 ; I 27103. 

Bristol's recorder chart, 11041, 
11042. — Bristol's recording thermometer 
chart, 622-A. © July 16, 1940; I 
27108-27110. 

Bristol's recorder chart, 11044, 55046. 
© Oct. 7, 1940 ; I 27111, 27112. 

50015-A. © June 14, 1940; I 

27102. 

55013, 55041. © July 22, 1940; 

I 27121, 27122. 

55015, 55040, 55042. © July 19, 

1940 ; I 27117-27119. 

55043. © Sept. 4, 1940; I 27115. 

Bristol's recording chart, 10850. © 
June 23, 1940 ; I 27101. 

Bristol's recording gauge chart, 
12059. — Bristol's recording thermometer 
chart, 22025. © Sept. 3, 1940; I 27113, 
27114. 

Bristol's recording gauge chart, 
12060. © Aug. 6, 1940 ; I 27120. 

Bristol's wide-strip recording chart, 
R-5019, R-5020. © May 20, 1940; I 
27125, 27126. 

Rockwell-Bristol dilatometer chart, 
01049. © Sept. 24, 1940 ; I 27116. 

01050. © Sept. 27, 1940; I 

27104. 

Broiles (Rowland) co. advertising 
agency. 9655 

Tell 'em gram. © June 28, 1940 ; K 

46938. 

Brown instrument co. 9656-9662 

Brown chart, 5140. © July 19, 1940 ; 

I 27060. 



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no. 10, 1940 



0768 



Brown instrument co. chart, 1863B. 
© Aug. 15, 1940 ; I 27063. 

12635. © Aug. 28, 1940; I 

27131. 

12636. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; I 27129. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12072. © Sept. 9, 1940 ; I 27130. 

12078. © Sept. 10, 1940: I 

27128. 

12096. © Aug. 2, 1940 ; I 27055. 

Browning, Mary Eleanor. 9663, 9664 
Christmas at the White House. © 

1 c. Oct. 9, 1940 ; J 31111. 
Grandpa's boy. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1940 ; 

J 31103. 

Bruehlman, Henry G. 9665 

Picture hanger. © 1 c, Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27037. 

Burroughs (Edgar Rice), inc. 

9666-9683 

[Blake looking at cross in jungle] © 
Sept. 22, 1939 ; K 46961. 

[Blake meets a crusader] — [James 
Blake captured by negroes] © Oct. 
24, 1939 ; K 46962, 46963. 

[James Blake kneels before Princess 
Guinalda] — [Sir Richard and James 
Blake converse] © Nov. 24, 1939; K 
46923, 46954. 

John Carter of Mars. © Oct. 13, 
Nov. 15, 1939 ; K 46957, 46958. 

Same. © Jan. 12, Feb. 14, Mar. 

15, Apr. 16, May 15, June 15, 1940 ; K 
46838, 46845, 46854, 46864, 46873, 46886. 

Same. © July 15, Aug. 15, Sept. 

15, 1940 ; K 46890, 46903, 46912. 

[Tarzan overlooking camp] — [Tar- 
zan, showing Tarzan in jungle] © 
Sept. 22, 1939 ; K 46959, 46960. 

Byers, Eugene M. 9684 

Silent bass practice unit. © Oct. 
21, 1940 ; I 27157. 

Callender, R. S. 9685-9744 

Black Knight. © July 15, Aug. 15, 
Sept. 15, 1940; K 46896, 46901, 46907. 
Captain Tornado. — Dr. Hormone. — 
Gang busters. — Hurricane kids. — Mar- 
tan the marvel man. — Masked Pilot. — 
Pylon Pete. — Voice. — Wally Williams, 
American boy. © Sept. 3, 1940; K 
46821-46829. 

Crusoes. © Dec. 8, 1939; K 46913. 

• Same. © Mar. 26, 1940; K 

46956. 

Jack Wander. © Jan. 5, Feb. 6, Mar. 
8, 1940 ; K 46915, 46918. 46921. 



Jim Ellis. © Mar. 8, 1940 ; K 46927. 

Magic Morro, © Jan. 5, Feb. 6, Mar. 
8, 1940 ; K 46916, 46919, 46920. 

O'Malley kids. © Mar. 15, Apr. 16, 
1940 ; K 46862, 46870. 

O'Malley kids Patsy and Michael. 
© May 15, 1940 ; K 46874. 

Phantasmo, master of the world. © 
June 15, 1940 ; K 46881. 
Same. © July 15, Aug. 15, Sept. 

15, 1940; K 46889, 46898, 46906. 

Rex, king of the deep. © Dec. 15, 
1939, Feb. 14, Mar. 15, Apr. 16, May 15, 
June 15, 1940; K 46833, 46846, 46857, 
46863, 46872, 46883. 

Same. © July 15, Aug. 15, 

Sept. 15, 1940 ; K 46892, 46902, 46909. 

Sky Ranger. © Dec. 15, 1939, Jan. 
12, Feb. 14, Mar. 15, Apr. 16, May 15, 
June 15, 1940; K 46830, 46842, 46851, 
46859, 46868, 46878, 46882. 

Same. © July 15, Aug. 15, 

Sept. 15, 1940; K 46895, 46899, 46911. 

Speed Martin. © Dec. 15, 1939, Jan. 
12, Feb. 14, Mar. 15, Apr. 16, 1940; K 
46832, 46843, 46848, 46861, 46871. 

Thief of Bagdad. © Jan 5, Feb. 6, 
1940 ; K 46914, 46917. 

Tom Beatty and the hand of horror. 
© Dec. 15, 1939 ; K 46831. 

Whitey Harrison. © Mar. 15, Apr. 

16, May 15, June 15, July 15, 1940 ; K 
46858, 46869, 46880, 46888. 46898. 

Carman & co., inc. 9745-9747 

Good cheer — throughout the year. — 
Thanksgiving — with fresh linens fit for 
a turkey. — Those big moments — en- 
hanced by clothes always clean. © 
Sept. 12, 1940 ; K 46804-46806. 

Carr, Glen L. 9748 

Portable loading and unloading chute 
for trucks. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; I 
27034. 



Caufield & Shook, inc. 



9749-9768 



Administration building. Bowman 
field, 161663.— Calibourne stud, Paris, 
Ky., 161110. — Cumberland River bridge 
at Smithland, Ky., 162899.— Exer- 
cising on Greentree farm, 155559. — 
First turn — 1940 Kentucky Derby, 
1729211/2.— Ha wesville highway no. 60 
looking toward Cannellton, 152846. — 
Leslie County, Ky., a home on Hurri- 
cane Creek, 120488. — Lexington, Ky., 
Idle Hour farm, 160814, 160827.— Lib- 
erty Hall doorway, Frankfort, Ky., 
172560. — Maysville bridge over Ohio 
river, 162925.— Scene on E. R. Bradley's 
Idle Hour farm, 161105. — Scenes on 



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9769 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Caufield & Shook, inc. — Continued. 
Kentucky state highway no, 21 at Big 
Hill, Ky., Madison Co., 167778.— Wick- 
land, Bardstown, Ky., 153385. © July 
27, 1940 ; J 31177-31190. 

Bay Front park, Miami, Florida, 
174280. — Greentree farm, Lexington, 
Ky., 174741. — Scene on Col. Bradley's 
Idle Hour farm, Lexington, Ky., 173880. 
© Aug. 20, 1940 ; J 31175, 31191, 31192. 

Churchill Downs, 1940 : 
Derby day crowd. — View of Derby 
day crowd. © May 10, 1940; J 31208, 
31209. 

Pike county brooks of the Sandy 
looking into Kentucky from Virginia, 
120474. © July 29, 1940 ; J 31176. 

Cavanagh, John F. 9769 

Knockdown scaffolding. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 27038. 

Century art co. 9770 

In Congress, July 4, 1776. © July 
15,1940; K 46926. 

Chandler, W. D. 9771 

Refugee. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; J 31114. 
Chronicle pub. co. 9772 

This exclusive picture shows kid- 
naper Wilhelm Jakob Muhlenbroich. 
© Sept. 23, 1940 ; K 46924. 

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day 
Saints, Corporation of the president. 

9773 
Baptistry in the Latter-day Saint 

temple at Salt Lake City, Utah. © 

Sept. 26, 1940; J 31099. 

Clever, Carl Edwin & Ginovsky, George 
Joseph. 9774 

Constitution of the United States by 

Howard Chandler Christy. © Aug. 7, 

1940; J 31196. 

Cohen, Samuel Robert, 9775 

Removable valve assembly. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27049. 

Collier, Ira C. 9776 

Adjustable heel and improvements. 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27018. 

Coote, Thomas E. 9777 

Clean-way brush. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1940 ; I 27153, 

Coveleskie, Joseph. 9778 

Celery cutting machine. © 1 c. Oct. 
19, 1940 ; I 27135. 

Crawford, Daniel Cooper, 9779 

Crawford solar system. © Sept. 27, 
1940 ; I 27179. 



Cruver, Henry A. 9780 

Pedal-a-round, merry-go-round. © 1 
c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27143. 

Cuna supply cooperative. 9781, 9782 
School days are happy days, ed. 614. 

© Sept. 6, 1940 ; K 46937. 

There's no trick to thrift, ed. 615. 

© Oct. 1, 1940 ; K 46936. 

Dantry, Americo. 9783 

Reamer attachment. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27031. 

Davis, Abe. 9784 

God bless America, stamp. © Aug. 
10, 1940 ; K 46925. 

Davis mfg. co. 9785 

I obey traffic laws. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
K 46813. 

Deister, Winfred C. 9786 

American speed-era tablewara © 1 
c. Sept. 26, 1940; I 27033. 

Dell pub. CO. 9787-9792 

Pie Gobb. © Aug. 15, 1940; K 

46900. 

Speed Martin. © May 15, June 15, 

July 15, Aug. 15, Sept. 15, 1940; K 

46875, 46884, 46894, 46905, 46910. 

De Martiniere, Margaret Benson. 

9793 
Guests' and travelers' pal. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27019. 

Distillation publications, inc. 9794 

Advertising space-o-gram. © Aug. 
23, 1940 ; K 46812. 

Dugas, Alexander E. 9795 

No 3rd term. © Sept. 11, 1940; K 
46811. 

Evans, D. E. 9796 

Heated rod attachment for hair cur- 
ler. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1940 ; I 27078. 

Famous artists syndicate, inc. 9797 

Clyde Beatty. © Jan. 24, 1940; K 
46955. 
Fisher, Elmer James. 9798 

Defend America. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; K 
46973. 
Foxboro CO. 9799-9818 

Foxboro CO. flow meter chart, 899039, 
898098, 898299. © Dec. 6, 1939; I 
27084, 27089, 27095. 

898040. © Dec. 28, 1939; I 

27098. 

Foxboro CO. flow meter chart, 898132, 
899040. © Dec. 15, 1939; I 27090, 
27092. 



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no. 10, 1940 



984' 



898243. © Dec. 12. 1940: I 

27082. 

898264. 898511. © Dec. 26. 

1939 : I 27083. 27088. 

Foxboro CO. orifice meter chart. 
84852. 85933. © Dec. 27, 1939: I 
27086. 27091. 

85850. © Dec. 1. 1939 : I 27085. 

858000. © Dec. 19. 1939: I 

27094. 



858001. 



© Dec. 11. 1939: I 



27097. 

[Foxboro flow meter chart] 899050. 
© Dec. 25. 1939 ; I 27087. 

[Foxboro liquid level gauge chart] 
898570. © Dec. 4. 1939 ; I 27093. 

[Foxboro thermometer chart] 779382. 
© Dec. 5. 1939 ; I 27081. 

879386. © Jan. 8. 1940: I 

27096. 

[Pressure gauge chart] 899591. — 
[Thermometer or pressure gauge chart] 
898322. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; I 27067, 27068. 

Frick collection. 9819-9823 

Boucher room, east side right. — 
Enamel room, east side left. © Oct. 
11, 1940 ; J 31210, 31211. 

Limoges enamel no. 1 (The cruci- 
fixion, with St. Barbara and St. 
Catherine of Alexandria) ; Atelier of 
the Orleans tritych. — Limoges enamel 
no. 43 (salt cellar) ; by Suzanne 
Court. — Tahitian landscape : bv Paul 
Gaugin. © Oct. 11, 1940: H 184''9-1851. 

Georgeson, William J. 9824 

Broil au jus platter. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 : I 27042. 

Gezari, Zvi. 9825 

Slide rule for airduct design. © 1 
c. Sept. 25, 1940 ; I 27072. 

Gibson, George D. 9826 

Game or chance device and improve- 
ments. © 1 c. Sept. 26. 1940 ; I 27023. 
Glasgow, John. jr. 9827 

Electric bulb replacer. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 : I 27007. 

Goes, A. 9828 

[Montgomery Ward & co. guarantee 
form. Special order blank size 6% x 5] 
© Sept. 20. 1940 ; K 46807. 

Graham, P. C. L. 9829 

Automatic gear box. © 1 c. Sept. 26. 

1940 ; I 27036. 

Graphic printers. 9830 

Oakley. Kan., at the intersection of 

U. S. 40 and T. S. S3. © Aug. 13. 

1940 : K 46971. 



Grinnell lithographic co., inc. 9831 

Coast of Monterey. California : by 
Robert Wood. © Sept. 1. 1940; K 
46S10. 

Haen. William T. 9832 

Propeller. © 1 c. Sept. 26. 1940: 
I 27025. 

Hagelauer. Alfred. 9833 

Cigar cutter. © 1 c. Sept. 26. 1940: 
I 27003. 

Halloh. John. ' 9834 

Napkin holder. © 1 c. Oct. 12. 1940 ; 
I 27144. 

Hammond (C. S.) & co.. [inc.] 9835 
Flags of American liberty. © Oct. 
7, 1940 ; K 46941. 

Harrison. Almerit D. 9836 

Automatic dial lighter for telephone. 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27004. 

Harrison, Ed. N. 9837 

Condor feeding its young. © 1 c. 
Oct. 21, 1940 ; J 31213. 

Hart. Laurance H. 9838 

Model of George Washington's false 
teeth. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1940 : J 31165. 

HartzelL Edward E. 9839 

Will (Will Rogers) © Oct. 10. 1940 ; 
H 1848. 

Hayes, Hampton. 9840 

Bucks County playhouse, New Hope. 
Pa. © May 15, 1940: J 31207. 

Hayes. James F. 9841 

Bathtub safety lift and appliance. © 
1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27022. 

Helm, Carl H. 9842 

Domestic rabbit feeder. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 27039. 

Hochberg, Theodore. 9843 

Jigglues. © 1 c. Oct. 22. 1940: I 
27166. 

Hulbert, Stanley M. 9844 

Receptacle table marble game. © 1 
c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27041. 



Hummel, Henry. 

[Drawer stopper] 
1940 : I 27062. 



9845 
1 c. Oct. 9. 



Irwin, Bartley. 9846. 9847 

Irwin compact wrench. — Self clean- 
ing smoking pipe. © 1 c. e?ch Oct. 18. 
1940 : I 27132. 27133. 



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9848 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Jaco-lac decal corp. 9848 

Watch your signals, drive carefully. 
© Sept. 28, 1940 ; K 46803. 

Jahn, Edwin Vincent. 9849, 9850 

Carri-it. Improve your appearance, 
1, 2. © 1 c. each Feb. 2, 1940; J 
31198, 31199. 

James, Victor. 9851 

Penetrating bullet. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1940 ; I 27151. 

Jirik, Henry. 9852 

Centrifugal filter. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27026. 

Johnson, Howard W. 9853 

Bucksaw frame. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27030. 

Johnson, John H. 9854 

Dough boot tire patch. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 27002. 



Jones, Elmer L. 



9855 



Utility plug block. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27015. 

Keller, Charles J. 9856 

Smoking pipe. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; 
I 27150. 

Kimball studio, inc. 9857 

Blood {Dr. Robert O.) family. © 
Oct. 2, 1940 ; J 31102. 

King features syndicate, inc. 

9858-9869 

Dionne (Annette), E 171. — Dionne 
(Emilie), F 87. — Dionne (Marie and 
Emilie), F 46. — Five Dionne qunitup- 
lets, F 75. — Quintuplets tear up things 
like other kids, F 83. © Oct. 13, 1940 ; 
J 31268-31272. 

Dionne (Emilie, Annette & Yvonne), 
G 1. — Five Dionne quintuplets, F 56, 
G 2. © Oct. 6, 1940; J 31193-31195. 

Dionne (Marie), E 164. — Dionne 
(Yvonne), E 168. — Five Dionne quin- 
tuplets with Gaetane Vezina, E 170. — 
Quintuplet bedroom, E 165. © Sept. 
29, 1940 ; J 31105-31108. 



Kirsten, F. B. A. 



9870 



New type ash tray. © 1 c, Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27009. 

Kittleson, Truman G. 9871 

Automatic shift. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27046. 

Kohl, Thomas F. 9872 

Press. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27050. 



Kromhout, Johanc. 9873 

Regular type safety razor shaped as 
electric razor. © 1 c. Oct. 1, 1940; I 
27181. 
Kiinzli bros., ltd. 9874-9878 

[Holy family] 11226 ; by H. Zatzka.— 
[Jesus Christ before Jerusalem], 11151 ; 
by Silvio Consadori. — [Our Lady of the 
Rosary] 11224 ; by Adolfo Simeone. © 
Aug. 14, 1940 ; K 46795-46797. 

S. Cor Jesu [Sacred Heart of Jesus] 
7138 ; by Wilhelm August Emil Ebbing- 
haus. © July 19, 1940 ; K 46799. 

[Swiss landscape] 10021; by E, 
Steiger. © Oct. 10, 1939 ; K 46798. 

Lane, Albert J., jr. 9879 

Little dandy comb holder. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27016. 



Larose, Aime. 

Improved gambrel. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 : I 27008. 

Lauderdale, Jefferson Davis. 9881 

Never slip collar and tie ^lip. © 1 c. 
Oct. 12, 1940 : I 27155. 

Lesch (Rudolf) fine arts, inc. 

9882-9884 
Chinese bowl; by Dimitry Alexan- 
droff. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; K 46972. 
Schauss (Ferdinand) : 
Gretel, 3385.— Hansel, 3386. © 
June 15, 1940 ; K 46814, 46815. 



Lind, Lester. 

Mill yard safety dept. general ar- 
rangements and details of safety first 
sing and support. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 
1940 ; I 27073. 



Lloyd bros. co. 

Metzger, a symbolic cemetery monu- 
ment, 4022-A. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1940; 
I 27178. 

Lord (Phillips H.), inc. 9887-9898 

Mr. District Attorney. © Dec. 15, 
1939, Jan. 12, Feb. 14, Mar. 15, Apr. 16, 
May 15, June 15, July 15, Aug. 15, Sept. 
15, 1940 ; K 46835, 46839, 46852, 46860, 
46867, 46876, 46887, 46891, 46904, 46908. 
Sky blazers. © May 15, June 15, 
1940 ; K 46877, 46885. 



Love, Porter G. 

Rotary internal combustion engine. 
© 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27140. 



McCabe, George J. 

Presto-dispensing bottle cap. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27014. 



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CLASSES H-K 



no. 10, 1940 



9953 



MacDonald, Alexander J. 9901 

Oat separator and improvements. © 
1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27005. 

McKim, John L. 9902 

Electro-vitamin-icer. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 

1940 ; I 27164. 

McMullen, Maurice W. 9903 

Anti-robbery machine. © 1 c Sept. 

26, 1940 ; I 27035. 

McNamara, Louis Gregory. 9904 

Garden Park apartments. © 1 c. Oct. 

10, 1940 ; I 27161. 

McNeill, R. A. & Moger, Albert. 9905 
Flawless pipe and cigarette lighter. 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; 1 27012. 

Mansell (A. Vivian) & co., ltd. 

9906-9910 

Dovaston (M) : 

Chess players, 9850 D. — Gentlemen, 

the toast is the navy, 9896 D.— Tales 

of the Endeavour, 9829 D. © Sept. 1, 

1940; H 1842, 1844, 1845. 

Gallant loser, 9830 ; by M. Dovaston. 
© Sept. 1, 1940 ; H 1843. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 9911 

Learning to dress, by Bernhard 
Pothast. © Oct. 2, 1940 ; K 46934. 

Meredith, Charles H. 9912 

Dedicating the old house. © July 9, 
1940 ; J 31113. 

Messenger corp. 9913 

Faith of our fathers. © Sept. 30, 
1940 ; K 46996. 

Milmore, Oswald H. 9914 

Universal bracketing fire adjustment 
chart. © Sept. 7, 1940 ; I 27079. 

Minnesota markets, inc. 9915 

For daily low prices follow the 
crowds to Minnesota super markets, 
inc. © July 31, 1940 ; K 46800. 

Moore, C. Bennette. 9916 

Pirate's alley. New Orleans. © Oct. 
1, 1940 ; J 31205. 

Moore, Venable. 9917 

New homes. © 1 c. Oct. 7. 1940; I 
27052. 

Morris & Bendien, inc. 9918, 9919 

Pearson (Marguerite S.) : 
In my solitude. — Organ reverie. 
© Sept. 15, 1940 ; K 46950, 46951. 

Mudgett, Ralph David. 9920 

Pin cushion. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; 
I 27013. 



Murphy, William J., tr. 9921 

Handie-kap and tube. © 1 c. Oct. 
12, 1940 ; I 27147. 

Muth, DeForest E. 9922 

Bottle opener. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 1940; 
I 27183. 

Myers, Anna L. 9923, 9924 

Cupid in doubt. — Cupid meditating. 
© 1 c. each Sept. 3, 1940; J 31173, 
31174. 

National industrial conference board, 

inc. 9925-9929 

Effect of war on manufacturing, 

United States, September- August, 1933- 

1940. © Oct. 11, 1940 ; I 27158. 

Income left over after payment of 
federal personal income tax, 1929, 1932, 
1935, 1940.— Population of the United 
States, 1940. © Oct. 4, 1940; I 27064, 
27065. 

Retail trade, United States, 1931- 
1940. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; I 27054. 

War and prices, United States, 1801- 
1940. © Oct. 18, 1940 ; I 27159. 

National institute of music & arts. 

9930 

National junior concert of 5000 pupils 

from entire western United States and 

western Canada. © Sept. 26, 1940; J 

31109. 

Nazor's studio. 9931-9948 

Center st. A, B. — 5th st. — Fire sta- 
tion. — From Marting hotel. — Marting 
hospital. — Park ave. — R. R. st. — River 
front.— 2nd St., A-D.— Selby shoe fac- 
tory.— South Third St.— 3rd St., A, B.— 
Vernon st. © Jan. 28, 1940 ; J 21156- 
21173. 

Noce, Nicholas A. 9949 

Building tile. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; 
I 27044. 

Northrup, Jay D. 9950 

Appliance attachment socket. © 1 c. 
Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27149. 

Oahu pub. CO. 9951 

Quilting party, 55A. © July 18. 
1940 ; K 46923. 

Obrist, Miriam Alice. 9952 

Price marker for display purposes. 

Alternate designs. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940; 126998. 

Ochoa, Jose. 9953 

Toy device. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940; I 
27137. 



219 



CATALOG or COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



9954 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Ohliger, E. J. 9954 

Hydraulic braking device. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 26999. 

Open road pub. co. 9955 

Korda open road special. Class C, 
148 sq. © Sept. 12, 1940; I 27061. 

Ottavino, Adamo. 9956 

Faggella monument, 461 B. © 1 c. 
Oct. 29, 1940; I 27185. 

Oxford varnish corp. 9957-9965 

Marquetry, 910, 912.— Walnut, 848. 
© 1 c. each July 19, 1940; J 31202- 
31204. 

Mount Vernon, 277. © Oct. 11, 1940 ; 
J 31200. 

Oriental walnut, 492-xxvni. © Sept. 
6, 1939 ; K 46820. 

Taffany, 275-iii. © Oct. 2, 1940; J 
31201. 

Walnut, 280-1 (a), 280-1 (b) © 
Sept. 2, 1939 ; K 46818, 46819. 

Walnut, 290-1. © June 20, 1940 ; K 
46817. 

Pasonault, Joseph E. 9966 

Autumn queen. © Sept. 12, 1940; J 
31197. 

Patriotic poster service. 9967-9972 
American way must stay, 793. — Eter- 
nal vigilance is the price of liberty, 
791. — For every new industrial worker 
employed in the U. S. A. four new jobs 
are created, 794. — In America 44% of 
the 32,000,000 homes are owned by their 
occupants, 792. — Oil and copper are es- 
sential commodities, 796. — Under the 
constitution free speech is yours, 795. 
© Oct. 14, 1940; K 46928-46933. 

aullus, John L. 9973 

Weed killer. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; 
I 27011. 

Pen Dell, Glauvin E. 9974 

Strainer attachment for spray guns. 
© 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27043. 

Poschadel, Leonard R. 9975 

Igniter. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940; I 
27152. 

Prior, Dennis C. 9976 

Combination furnace. © 1 c. Sept. 
26, 1940 ; I 27047. 

Public health institute. 9977 

Brides of today are protected against 
the unhappiness caused by venereal 
disease. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; K 46809. 



Quinn, S. M. 9978 

Missile and Course. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1940 ; I 27145. 

Rahm, Omer C. 9979,9980 

Bin feed attachment & cleanout for 

stokers. © 1 c. May 14, 1940 ; I 27074. 
Bin feed attachment for hopper type 

stokers. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1940 ; I 27075. 

Rascher & cie. a. g. verlag. 9981, 9982 
Silvaplanersee ; by Ferdinand Hodler. 

©Sept. 3, 1938; H 1852, 

Tell (Wilhelm) 0380; by Ferdinand 

Hodler. © Feb. 14, 1938; H 1853. 

Raymaker, Frank. 9983 

Fanfoto frame and layout. © Apr. 
5, 1940 ; I 27160. 

Raynes, Roy K. 9984 

Adjustable testing growler. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27021. 

Republic flow meters co. 9985-9990 
Republic flow meters co. chart, 60- 

CA-100, 60-CA-750, 61-CA-15039, 63- 

CA-250500. © Oct. 23, 1940 ; I 27188- 

27191. 

63-CA-200400. © Oct. 22, 1940 ; 

I 27187. 
63-CB-306900. © Oct. 21, 1940 ; 

I 27186. 

Rich's corrective shoe co. 9991 

Wedging and balancing chart. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; I 27180. 



Rubenstein, Harry. 

Don't ! Lest it be your own undoing. 
© 1 c. Oct. 9, 1940 ; J 31110. 

Russo (F. A.) inc. 9993,9994 

For president, Wendell L. Willkie. 

© Aug. 15, 1940 ; J 31100. 
Willkie-McNary. © Sept. 12, 1940; 

J 31101. 

Saint Germain press, inc. 9995 

Ballard (Guy W.) our beloved mes- 
senger. © July 10, 1940 ; J 31171. 



Scheldt (Adam) brewing co. 

Washington's headquarters at Valley 
Forge. A. E. F. 1917-1918, military in- 
signia world war. © Sept. 25, 1940; 
K 46952. 

Schmidt, Howard H. 9997 

Dustless ash system. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1940 ; I 27146. 

Shirlin, Abe. 9998 

All of us for all of you. © Sept. 25, 
1940 ; K 46816. 



220 



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no. 10, 1940 



10142 



Schrader, Howard Edward. 9999 

Schafer (Alice) © 1 c. Oct. 10, 
1940 ; J 31112. 

Schroeder, Bert A. 10000 

Second bearing for sector shaft for 
cars. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27184. 

Seip, Herbert F. 10001 

Comb, rattle, shaker, horn, dry 
bubble blower pipe, toy for a baby or 
older child. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1940; I 
27165. 

Sherman, Charles T. 10002 

Closure means for attaching rubber 
bands, ribbons, etc., to loose leaf note- 
books, etc. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940; I 
27010. 

Slesinger, Stephen. 10003-10011 

Bosko. © Dec. 15, 1939, Jan. 12, 

Feb. 14, Mar. 15, Apr. 16, May 15, July 

15, 1940; K 46834, 46844, 46853, 46856, 

46865, 46879, 46897. 

Crime busters. © Dec. 15, 1939, Feb. 

14, 1940 ; K 46837, 46849. 

Smith, Elwood. 10012 

Torque-actuated ratio changer. © 1 
c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27156. 

Smith, Glenn R. 10013 

Improved ottoman. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27001. 

Smith, John H. 10014 

Jiffy garage lock. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 
1940; I 27148. 

Societe des 40 hommes et 8 chevaux, 
voiture locale 645. 10015 

40/8 General on the Chickamauga 

battlefield. © Aug. 20, 1940; J 31166. 

Spargo, Elmer O. 10016 

Lectro level. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 
27141. 

Stoner, Clarence Melvin. 10017, 10018 

Rural traffic demonstration board. — 

Urban traflic demonstration board. © 

1 c. each Aug. 21, 1940 ; I 27162, 27163. 

Sturtevant (B. F.) co. 10019 

Psychromatric chart. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 
1940; I 27053. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 10020 

Tag chart, DR-500-0-IR. © Oct. 21, 
1940; I 27167. 

Tatman, Willard O. 10021 

Self-venting faucet © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27017. 



Taylor, Edward L. 10022 

Improved packing joints for upper 
section of swivel. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1940; 
I 27182. 

Taylor, EUery Kirke. 10023 

Fire house for the Westmont fire co., 
Haddon township, N. J. © Sept. 19, 
1940 ; I 27071. 

Taylor instrument cos. 10024-10027 
Guardite corporation, Chicago, 111., 

chart, 0P9.— Taylor chart, OP66, 

OP1600. © Sept. 17, 1940; I 27057- 

27059. 

[Taylor strip chart] 2M. © Sept. 

17, 1940; I 27056. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 10028-10036 

Greetinsrs * 
From Baltimore, Md., OB-H558.— 
From Camp Ritchie, Md., OB-H176.— 
From Clarksburg, West Virginia, OB- 
H497.— From Pen-Mar park, OB-H175. 
© May 11, 1940 ; K 46790-46793. 

Greetings from Panama, OB-H711. — 
Greetings from the Panama Canal, OB- 
H707. — Just arrived in Panama, OB- 
H708. — Khaki clad greetings from Pan- 
ama, OB-H710.— What for? Greetings 
from Panama, OB-H709. © May 22, 
1940 ;K 46964-46968. 

Texas quarries, inc. 10037 

Double monument, die and base — 
carved die, TQ-7. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; 
I 27177. 

Thompson (Anson W.) CO. 10038,10039 
California, let's get associated. © 

Sept. 10, 1940; K 46789. 
Creighton [blue jay] © Aug. 14, 

1940 ;K 46788. 

Troncoso, Manuel U. 10040 

Bartender. © 1 c. Oct. 18, 1940; I 
27127. 

Underwood & Underwood co. 10041 
Design for alteration of Kann's de- 
partment store, Washington, D. C. © 
1 c. Aug. 19, 1940 ; I 27076. 

Van der Walt, P. J. 10042 

Intermediate sleeved piston. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27032. 

Vitagraph, inc. 10043-10142 

A. B. 1-52. © Oct. 21, 1940; J 

31216-31267. 

F. K. 1-45. © Sept. 24, 1940; J 

31117-31161. 

F. K. 46-48. © Oct. 7, 1940 ; J 31162- 

31164. 



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10143 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Yogi, Franz. 10143 

Spool needle threader. © 1 c. Sept. 
24, 1940 ; I 27077. 

Walker, James Ernest. 10144 

Qwiz qupon. © Sept. 9, 1940; K 
46922. 

Weaver, Everett E. 10145 

Knife. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27029. 

Wellman, Noel. 10146 

At the summit of Mt. Cranmore, 

North Conway, N. H., 611. © Sept. 
30, 1940; J 31115. 

West, Thomas R. 10147 

Flamingo hatching, Hialeah park, 

Miami, Fla., M-88. © Oct. 15, 1940; 
K 46969. 

Westbrook, Charles L. 10148 

Colalpsible auto rim wheel. © 1 c. 
Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27139. 

White, Samuel K. 10149 

Foot throttle brake control. © 1 c. 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; I 27006. 

Wilson, Hugh D. 10150 

Cover design [Dental crest, orchid 
cross and special design] © Oct. 17, 
1940 ; K 46935. 



Wolfe, Louis. 10151-10154 

What would you do. © Jan 12, Feb. 

14, Mar. 15, Apr. 16, 1940; K 46840, 
46847,46855, 46866. 



10155 
© 1 c. Oct. 12, 



: Ivins, 

10156 

© 1 c. 



10157 



Wood, Ray. 

Double-stem pipe. 
1940 ; I 27154. 

Worthen, Kenneth Betchen 

Margaret G. 

Draftsman's Handy Andy. 
Sept. 27, 1940 ; I 27176. 

Wulff, Herman A. 

Push peg bobbers. © 1 c. Sept. 26, 
1940 ; I 27000. 

Yenne, Allen W. & North, Zachariah H. 

10158 
Y and N paintbrush preserver. © 
1 c. Oct. 12, 1940 ; I 27136. 

Young, Charles H. 10159 

Plan of rooms for a school's music 

department. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; I 27168. 

Ziegler, Audrey Woodward. 10160 

Hut at Temple Hill, New Windsor, 
N. Y. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; K 46939. 

Zolik, Thomas G. 10161 

Heating and cooling unit. © 1 c. 
Oct. 18, 1940 ; I 27134. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 100 one-copy entries) 317 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 1,315 one-copy entries) — - 2,172 

Photographs (including 525 one-copy entries)— — 1,599 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 1,049 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) — 3,203 

Total - - 7,291 



222 



PRINTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPY- 
RIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF 
MARCH 4, 1909 [10161 



Kihn bros. 1 

Border for bonds, stocks and other 
certificates. © Kihn bros., New York, 
R 89428, Oct. 5. 1940. 
Reed, Roland W. 2-12 

Canion. R 90471, Sept. 16, 1940. 

Hunting ground. R 90474. Sept. 16, 
1940. 

Into the unknown. R 90467. Sept. 16. 
1940. 

Land mark. R 90468, Sept. 16. 1940. 

Pass finders. R 90466, Sept. 16, 1940. 

Piegan. R 90473, Sept. 16, 1940. 

Prayer to the sun. R 90470, Sept. 16. 
1940. 



Bird. 



R 



Prayer to the Thunder 
90469, Sept. 16, 1940. 

Stolen property. R 90464, Sept. 16, 
1940. 

Trail makers. R 90465, Sept. 16, 
1940. 

Tribute to the dead. R 90472, Sept. 
16, 1940. 

© R. F. Williams, Drummond, Wis. 
Roberts, Hobart Yosburgh. 13 

In the stillness of the night. © 
Hobart Vosburgh Roberts, Utica, N. Y. 
R 90531, Sept. 30, 1940. 



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LABELS 



Allen, Paul E., Niles Center, 111. 

10162 
Dr. Allen's baby's pal scientific 
teether. For teether. © July 3, 1940 ; 
KK 1220. 

Amb-a-tip cigar corp., Baltimore. 10163 
Earl Marshal cigars with the amber 
tip attached. — For cigars. © Sept. 25, 
1940 ; KK 694. 

Ambrosia brewing co., Chicago. 10164 

Ambrosia brewing co. extra pale. 

For beer. © Sept. 18, 1940; KK 1049. 

American distilling co., New York. 

10165 
Burton's. For blended whiskey. © 
Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 885. 

Arkell & Smiths, Canajoharie, N. Y. 

10166 
Coffee, design 10. For coffee. © 
Oct. 14, 1940 ; KK 898. 

Arms, Leland J., doing business as 

Jarmel co., San Francisco. 

10167, 10168 

Jarmel soap-holding bath sponge. 
For bath sponges. © July 18, 1940; 
KK 1187. 

Jarmel 12 cakes, fine quality bath 
soap. © July 18, 1940 ; KK 1186. 

Arrowhead & Puritas waters, inc., Los 
Angeles. 10169-10171 

Aero-cooler guards the goodness of 

your drinking water. For water cooler. 

© Aug. 17, 1940 ; KK 776. 
Hydro-cooler guards the goodness of 

your drinking water. For water cooler. 

© Aug. 17, 1940 ; KK 777. 

Ice cooler guards the goodness of 

your drinking water. For water 

cooler. © Aug. 17, 1940; KK 778. 

Bantam products, New York. 10172 
I'll stay with you for many years . . . 
For autograph toy bear. © Sept. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1063. 

Bay view citrus assn., Los Fresnos, Tex. 

10173 
Baytex. For grapefruit, oranges. © 
Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 824. 



Beech-nut packing 

N. Y. 

Beech-nut spirals. 
107. For molasses 
drops. © Sept. 10, 

Beech-nut spirals, 
106. For molasses 
drops. © Sept. 10, 



CO., Canajoharie, 
10174, 10175 

Free sample, L 
peppermint candy 
1940 ; KK 714. 

30.12 grams. L 
peppermint candy 
1940 ; KK 713. 



Berst-Forster-Dixifield co.. New York. 

10176-10183 

B. F. D. picnic plates. For paper 
plates. © June 19, 1940 ; KK 984. 

B. F. D. round toothpicks. For tooth- 
picks. © July 11, 1940 ; KK 987. 

B. F. D. waxed paper. For waxed 
paper. © June 19, 1940 ; KK 982. 

Brightwood applicators. For medical 
applicators. © Jan. 18, 1940 ; KK 985. 

Brightwood tongue blades. For 
tongue blades. © May 5, 1940; KK 
983. 

Gold medal flat toothpicks. For 
toothpicks. © June 7, 1940; KK 986. 

Peerless wood applicators. For med- 
ical applicators. © June 7, 1940; KK 
989. 

Peerless wood tongue blade. For 
tongue blades. © May 8, 1940; KK 



Bird & son, inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 

10184, 10185 

Merrimac shoe for boys, de luxe qual- 
ity. For shoes. © June 26, 1940 ; KK 
913. 

Radcliffe girl de luxe quality. For 
shoes. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 799. 

Brandt (Irving) & co., Chicago. 

10186, 10187 

Smart belt. For belts. © July 8, 
1940 ; KK 711. 

Smart braces. For braces. © July 
8, 1940 ; KK 712. 

Buckmelter & co., Mingo Junction, O. 

10188 
Tip for glamour. For cigarettes. © 
Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 729. 

Bussmann mfg. co., St. Louis. 8ee Mc- 
Graw electric co. 



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no. 10, 1940 



10224 



Butereg cc. inc., Pampa, Tex. 10189 
Butereg bread. For bread. © Jan. 
2, 1940 ; KK 721. 

Cahill. Arthur J., trading as Cahill lab- 
oratory. Keyport. N. J. 10190. 10191 
San-a-pine disinfectant. For disin- 
fectant. © June 1. 1939 : KK 781. 

Supertox. For disinfectant, insecti- 
cide. © June 1, 1939 ; KK 780. 

Cahill laboratory. See Cabill (Arthur i 

J.) 
Campana Corp., Batavia, 111. 10192 

Campana — Italian balm, small label. 
For cosmetic. © June 24. 1939; KK 
1070. 

Central paper co., Menasha, Wis. 10193 
Security safetex gummed tape. For 
gxmimed tape. © Sept. 16, 1940; KK 
1128. 

Chicky candies, inc., Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 10194 

Luckv bite. For candy. © Sept. 26, 

1940 ; KK 747. 

Cinch chemical co., Rockland. Mass. 

10195 
Cinch. For all-purpose cleaner. © 
Sept. 14, 1940 ; KK 695. 

Claff (M. B.) & sons. inc.. Randolph. 

Mass. 10196-10212 

Columbia girl sports. E 381. For 
shoes. © June 24, 1940 ; KK 932. 

Custom grade, E 413. For shoes. © 
July 3, 1940 ; KK 933. 

Elevators. E 86. For shoes. © Feb. 
1, 1940 ; KK 935. 

Emmons shoe. E 469. For shoes. © 
July 23, 1940 ; KK 926. 

Flex-kicks sports, E 370. For shoes. 
© June 19, 1940 ; KK 931. 

Konqueror smart shoes, E 382. For 
shoes. © June 26, 1940 ; KK 927. 

Lady Esta fascinating foot^-ear, E 
404. For shoes. © July 2. 1940 ; KK 
928. 

Lazv lad slippers. E 271. For shoes. 
© Apr. 17, 1940 ; KK 929. 

Metropolitan character shoes for men. 
E 388. For shoes. © June 27, 1940: 
KK930. 

Princess styled footwear, E 422. For 
shoes. © Feb. 9, 1940; KK 922. 

Smart shoes, E 398. For shoes. © 
June 29, 1940 ; KK 937. 

Smart shoes. E 401. For shoes. © 
July 1, 1940 ; KK 938. 



Tractor shoes. E 241. For shoes. © 
Apr. 2. 1940 : KK 925. 

Tred-aid. E 368. For shoes. © June 
IS. 1940 ; KK 934. 

Van-o-genic, E 379. For shoes. © 
June 24. 1940 : KK 936. 

WTialer, E 553. For shoes. © Aug. 
21. 1940 ; KK 924. 

Yankee bov. E 238. For shoes. © 
Apr. 1. 1940 : KK 923. 

Clover games, inc.. New York. 

10213-10216 

Bagdad, the game of the East, 324. 
For game. © May 20, 1940 ; KK 745. 

Crazy tops. 142. For game. © Mav 
12, 1939 ; KK 744. 

Fish-quick, 284. For game. © Mav 
20, 1940 ; KK 746. 

Little postmaster. 120. For game. 
© May 10, 1939 ; KK 743. 

Cokato canning co.. Le Sueur, Minn 

10217 

Blue heaven, 305-9. For canned, 

sweet peas. © Sept. 6, 1939 ; KK 1167. 

Columbia baking co.. Atlanta. 10218 

Southern wheat bread twin pack. 

For bread. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 1071. 

Comfort paper corp., San Francisco. 

10219-10221 

Fluffed Zee tissue, ivory white, new 
soft-tested family-pak. For tissue. © 
July 1, 1940 ; KK 1184. 

Green Zee tissue, new soft-tested 
family-pak. For tissue. © July 1. 
1940 ; KK 1185. 

Orchid Zee tissue, new soft-tested 
family-pak. For tissue. © July 1, 
1940 ; KK 1183. 

Consumers petroleum co., Chicago. 

10222 
Blutone. 1599 8. For stove oil. © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 1210. 

Curtis David, doing business as De Ce 
products CO., Xew York. 10223 

Galactocaine, containing procaine ga- 

lactonate with epinephrine galactonate. 

For local anesthetic. © Sept. 25. 1940 : 

KK 1072. 

Davenport candvcrafts. inc., SjKDkane. 

10224 
How to see things without going 
places with Davenport candies. Spo- 
kane, Wash. For chocolates & confec- 
tions. © May 1, 1938 ; KK 953. 

De Ce products co. See Curtis (David) 



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Dobranich, John, d. b. a. Zora record- 
ing studios, Detroit. 10225 

Zora record. For phonograph rec- 
ords. © July 22, 1940 ; KK 1073. 

Ebrey chemical works. New York. 

10226 
Ebrey's herb extract, Anticalculina 
Ebrey. For a diuretic and mild laxa- 
tive. © July 31, 1940 ; KK 691. 



Ehlers (Albert) inc., 



Brooklyn, N. Y. 
10227 



Ehlers white giant lima beans. For 
dried lima beans. © Jan. 15, 1940 ; KK 
726. 



Eskimo pie corp., 

Eskimo cone, 
tions. © July 1, 

Fair-play clothing co.. 



Bloomfield, N. J. 

10228 
For ice cream confec- 
1940; KK842. 

inc., New York. 
10229 

Fairtown. For men's and boy's 
clothing. © Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 1086. 

Fooks, B. F., doing business as B. F. 
Fooks mfg. CO., Camden, Ark. 10230 
Grapette. For soda-beverage. © 

Mar. 16, 1940 ; KK 1168. 

Fooks (B. F.) mfg. co. See Fooks 
(B.F.) 

Frederics (E.), inc.. New York, 10231 
Frederics tru-curl permanent wave. 
For permanent wave pads and oil. © 
Sept. 1,1940 ;KK 739. 

French bakery co., Cleveland. 10232 
Mrs. Carter's salt-krust bread. For 
bread. © Sept. 4, 1940; KK 699. 



Gay lord container corp., St. 
For butter. 



Design 218 B. 
1, 1940 ; KK 741. 

Gilbert (A. C.) 



Louis. 
10233 

© Aug. 



CO., 



New Haven. 

10234, 10235 
Gilbert electric hair dryer. For elec- 
trical product. © Aug. 12, 1940; KK 
1102. 

Polar cub electric hair dryer. For 
electrical product. © Aug. 12, 1940; 
KK 1103. 

Gramento, James A., Walton, N. Y. 

10236 
Roasted peppers. For vegetables. © 
Sept. 26, 1940; KK 1105. 

Great western packing co. See Hovden 
(K.) 



Griffin bros., inc., Portland, Or. 10237 
Safety wax. For floor wax. © July 
17, 1940 ; KK 1051. 

Hamlin (D wight) co., Pittsburgh. 

10238 
SupRpopt popcorn, 873-0. For pop- 
corn. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 1061. 

Harris (P. E.) & co., Seattle. 10239 
Southern blossom. For salmon. © 
July 18, 1940 ; KK 1050. 

Hedrick's bagease co.. Lakeland, Fla. 

10240 
Bagease. For liquid for treatment of 
bags of milk cows. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 
1194. 

Hoffman (A. H.), inc., Landisville, Pa. 

10241 
Plant pantry by Hoffman. For plant 
foods. © Oct. 7, 1940; KK 1182. 

Holland, Robert C, Bethlehem, Pa. 

10242 
Chicola. For non alcoholic bever- 
ages. © Sept. 16, 1940 ; KK 1107. 

Holstein-Friesian assn. of America, 

Brattleboro, Vt. 10243 

Holstein holsom milk. For milk. © 

Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1152. 

Hovden, K. d. b. a. Great Western pack- 
ing CO., Monterey, Calif. 10244 
Ocean fresh sardine filets. For 
canned seafood. © July 2, 1940; KK 
731. 

Hunt (Philip A.) co., Brooklyn. 10245 
Developer for line or half-tone nega- 
tives . . . For chemicals for developing 
line and half-tone negatives. © Oct. 
2, 1940 ; KK 834. 

Illinois brewing co., Thornton, 111. 

10246 
Beaver. For beer, lager. © Aug. 16, 
1940 ; KK 689. 

International latex corp., Dover, Del. 

10247 

Keep your baby socially acceptable. 
For baby pants. © Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 
999. 

Jarmel co. See Arms (Leland J.) 
Jendrzejczyk, Stanley, Chicago. 10248 

Koi-bol, helpful in rheumatism, ar- 
thritis, neuritis. For remedy for rheu- 
matism. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 749. 

Joest, W. C, Millersport, O. 10249 

Fair-field brand guaranteed pure 
honey. For honey. © Sept. 15, 1940; 
KK 940. 



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no. 10, 1940 



10278 



Leadway foods, Chicago. 10250 

Leadway. For rice. © Dec. 27, 
1938 ; KK 772. 

Lebowitz, Charles, Scranton, Pa. 10251 
Dutch liquid wax. For liquid wax. 
© Sept. 10, 1940 ; KK 1170. 

McGraw electric co., Bussmann mfg. 
CO., St. Louis, St. Louis. 10252 

Buss clear window fuses. For plug 

fuses. © Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 734. 

Marcus, Robert R., doing business as 
Mar-zoff co., San Francisco. 10253 
Mar-zoff remover. For grease spot 
remover containing clay and a petro- 
leum distillate. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; KK 
723. 

Mar-zoff co. See Marcus (Robert R.) 
Menasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 

10254 
Ice cream, 293-2A. For ice cream. 
© Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 819. 

Miller mfg. co., Camden, N. J. 10255 

Wonder weld gasketite. For gasket 

compound. © Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1127. 

Mr. Elmer co., Cleveland, Tenn. 10256 
Mr. Elmer. For a soft drink bev- 
erage, lithiated lemon drink. © Sept. 
18, 1940 ; KK 754. 

National retailer owned grocers, inc., 

Chicago. 10257 

Looking glass. For rice. © May 1, 

1939 ; KK 1052. 

New York merchandise co., inc., New 
York. 10258 

Dorothy invisible silk net. For hair 

net. © Jan. 5, 1940 ; KK 1150. 

Ozman, William, Indianapolis. 10259 
Sun rich, the wonder food for plants. 
For plant foods. © May 1, 1940; KK 
1009. 

Patrick, A. A., Wichita Falls, Tex. 

10260 
Crystal spring water. For spring 
water containing healthful properties. 
© Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 1153. 

Perfection co., Waco, Tex. 10261, 10262 
Spizz. For beverage, non-alcoholic. 
© Mar. 15, 1940 ; KK 1212. 

Sun tang. For beverages, non-alco- 
holic. © Mar. 15, 1940; KK 1211. 

Pickwick cosmetic corp., New York. 

10263-10265 
Provincial days bath salts. For cos- 
metics. © Aug. 31, 1940 ; KK 1156. 



Provincial days talcum powder. For 
cosmetics. © Aug. 31, 1940 ; KK 1155. 

Provincial days toilet water. For 
cosmetics. © Aug. 31, 1940; KK 1154. 

Ranch (Jas. G.) See Trout creek 

chemical co. 
Red-ee foods, inc., Los Angeles. 10266 

It's a cinch to make — add water mix 
and bake. For cake mix and icing. © 
Apr. 25, 1940 ; KK 773. 

Rio Grande Valley citrus exchange, 

Weslaco, Tex. 10267 

Road runner. For citrus fruit, © 

Aug. 5, 1940 ; KK 1000. 

Robbins, WiUiams & co., Detroit. 10268 
Shave-a-way deluxe. For brushless 
shaving cream. © Aug. 12, 1940; KK 
782. 

Runix, inc., Los Angeles. 10269 

Runix. For preparation for treating 
hosiery to resist runs. © July 26, 1940 ; 
KK784. 

Russell's products, Los Angeles. 10270 
Tornado muffler. For automobile 
muffler. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 1163. 

Salas & Shenker, inc., Philadelphia. 

10271 
Betty Bright frocks. For dresses. © 
Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 736. 

Savarese (G.) & son, inc., Boston. 

10272 
S and S brand grated cheese. For 
grated cheese. © Oct. 15, 1940; KK 
1164. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 

10273, 10274 

Schlitz [neck band label for stubby 
beer bottle] For beer. © Oct. 24, 
1939 ; KK 751. 

Schlitz [neck band label for tall beer 
bottle] For beer. © Oct. 24, 1939; 
KK 750. 

Schulman (Louis) co., inc.. New York. 

10275-10277 

Riquena. For shirts. © Aug. 16, 
1940 ; KK 919. 

Society. For sportswear. © May 17, 
1940 ; KK 921. 

Vadra. For sporting goods. © Aug. 
2, 1940 ; KK 920. 

Sealtest, inc., New York. 10278 

Sealtest ice cream. For ice cream. 
© Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 1171. 



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10279 



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Searle aero industries, inc., Hawthorne, 
Calif. 10279 

Merica aircraft radio. For radio 

and electrical equipment. © Aug. 23, 

1940 ; KK 769. 

Selmer (H. & A.), inc., Elkhart, Ind. 

10280, 10281 

Selmer elasti-glass* sax strap, de- 
luxe no. 409. For saxophone strap. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 1173. 

Selmer recording disc. For record- 
ing disc. ©Sept. 13, 1940; KK 1172. 

Shepherd, John Marion, Stearns, Ky. 

10282 

Shepherd's ointment. For external 
medical ointment. © Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 
786. 

Sprague, Warner & co., Chicago. 10283 
Rosemary horse radish creme. For 
horse radish creme. © Oct. 15, 1940; 
KK 1181. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 

10284 

Royal. For salad gelatin, aspic. © 
June 14, 1940; KK 1157. 

Strom, Parelius Foss, Berkeley, Calif. 

10285 

New idea egg service. For eggs. © 
Feb. 4, 1940; KK 1147. 

Table tennis corp. of America, Clifton, 
N. J. 10286 

Reddy tee. For golf tees. © Aug. 1, 

1940 ; KK 779. 

Taylor, Mrs. Eustace Thomas, Pitts- 
burg, Kan. 10287 
Vita ointment. For ointment. © 

May 1, 1940; KK 792. 

Trade lithograph & ptg. co., New York. 

10288, 10289 



Bond. For hats. 
KK 1189. 

Park lane. For 
1940 ; KK 1188. 

Trees (C. E.) & co., inc 



© Aug. 1, 1940; 
hats. © Aug. 1, 



Indianapolis. 
10290 
Penny-wise. For non-alcoholic bever- 
age. © May 22, 1940 ; KK 765. 

Trout creek chemical co., Jos G. Ranch, 
prop., Slatington, Pa. 10291 

Tuf on dirt. For soap. © Aug. 24, 

1940 ;KK 1158. 

Vendo co., Kansas City, Mo. 10292 

Vendo. For self serving equipment 
for bottled goods. © Sept. 19, 1938; 
KK 798. 

Wampole (Henry K.) & co., inc., Phil- 
adelphia. 10293 
Wampole's preparation, one pint. 

For tonic and stimulant. © Sept. 13, 

1940 ; KK 793. 

Webb (Thomas J.) co., Chicago. 

10294, 10295 

Elmwood club, drip grind. For 
coffee. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; KK 1208. 

Elmwood club, regular grind. For 
coffee. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; KK 1209. 

West end brewing co., Utica, N. Y. 

10296 
Utica club Old English ale. For ale. 
© June 5, 1939 ; KK 890. 

Will's tobacco co. See Wirtenberg 
(William B.) 

Wirtenberg, William B., doing business 
as Will's tobacco co.. New York. 

10297 
Will's chocolate pipe mixtura For 

tobacco-pipe mixture. © Mar. 15, 1940 ; 

KK794. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1940 590 



228 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [10297 



Arrowhead & Piiritas waters, inc. 1 
Monarch of all waters. For water 
for drinking purposes. © Arrowhead 
& Puritas waters, inc., Los Angeles. 
RR 2, Sept. 28, 1940. 


Scott paper 

Scottissue. 

Scott paper 

Aug. 7, 1940. 


CO. 2 

For toilet tissue. © 

CO., Chester, Pa. RR 1, 



229 



PRINTS 



Albany steel & brass Corp., Chicago. 

10298 
Solid all white metal arm 3-lite fix- 
tures. For lamp fixture parts. © Sept. 
16, 1940 ; KK 1201. 

American Bosch corp., Springfield, 

Mass. 10299-10301 

American Bosch special temperature 

resisting grease, form 3165. © Oct. 1, 

1940 ; KK 880. 

American Bosch volt-o-matic gener- 
ators, form 3164. For voltage gener- 
ators. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 837. 

Modernizing magneto ignition with 
American Bosch, form 3170. For mag- 
netos. © Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1162. 

American stove co., Cleveland. 

10302-10308 
Invitation to a preview. For gas 
ranges. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 902. 

Same. © Sept. 8, 1940; KK 

905. 

Ladies ! Don't faint. For gas ranges. 
© Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 903. 

Stop! Don't buy a new stove. For 
gas ranges. © Aug. 9, 1940; KK 901. 

Same. © Sept. 4, 1940; KK 

900. 

Same. © Sept. 20, 1940; KK 

904. 

Two stars of the Magic chef old range 
round-up. For gas ranges. © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; KK 906. 

American viscose Corp., New York. 

10309-10326 

Again, stars in men's wear fabrics. 
For Crown rayon. © Aug. 29, 1940; 
KK 1045. 

American original design . . . For 
Crown rayon. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1040. 

Crown tested rayon fabrics. For 
Crown rayon. © July 29, 1940; KK 
1029. 

Same. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 

1026. 

Same. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 

1028. 

Same. © Aug. 20, 1940; KK 

1034. 

Same. © Sept. 20, 1940; KK 

1048. 



Same. © Sept. 28, 1940; KK 

1041. 

Crow's nest. For Crown rayon. © 
Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 1042. 

Don't guess . . know the facts about 
the fabrics you sew ! For Crown rayon. 
© Aug. 27, 1940 ; KK 1035. 

42 stars in men's wear fabrics have 
climbed . . . For Crown rayon. © Sept. 
19, 1940 ; KK 1047. 

Has sewing been your problem. For 
Crown rayon. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 
1037. 

It's rolling along! The new Crown 
tested. For Crown rayon. © Sept, 12, 
1940 ;KK 1046. 

Now, 135 stars in men's wear fabrics. 
For Crown rayon. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 
1043. 

Now, 208 stars in men's wear fabrics. 
For Crown rayon. © Sept. 26, 1940; 
KK 1044. 

Out where the stars must shine . . . 
For Crown rayon. © Aug. 20, 1940; 
KK 1023. 

Sophistication in a fabric. For 
Crown rayon. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 
1038. 

Stars who are down to earth rely on 
this symbol. For Crown rayon. © 
Aug. 10, 1940; KK 1036. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 

10327, 10328 
It's your advertising outdoors . . . 

For beer. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; KK 947. 

Portrait of a happy husband. For 
beer. © Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 948. 

Approved oil heat associates, St. Louis. 

10329, 10330 

Have you got a horse-and-buggy in 
your basement? For oil burners. © 
Sept. 11, 1940 ; KK 944. 

Tired of firing a furnace? Call 
Flanders 7777. For oil burners. © 
Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 946. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 10331-10333 
Armour's Treet offers. For meat. 

© Oct. 6, 1940 ; KK 766. 
Best you ever tasted. For meat. © 

Oct. 4, 1940; KK 767. 



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10358 



Peoples choice. For meats. © Oct. 
4, 1940 ; KK 768. 

Armstrong cork co., Lancaster, Pa. 

10334 

Something new in RX service. For 

bottle ware. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 783. 

Associated dental supply co., San 
Francisco. 10335 

It's generally your fault . . . For 

tooth powder and paste. © Sept. 25, 

1940 ; KK 1121. 

Atlas canning co., inc., Glendale, L, I., 
N. Y. 10336 

Feed your best friend better. For 

dog food. © Apr. 23, 1940 ; KK 1062. 

Atlas novelty co., Chicago. 10337 

They said: It couldn't be done. 

Here it is. For floor lamps. © Oct. 2, 
1940 ; KK 884. 

Barnett, Mel, Oakland, Calif. 10338 
Cable spun. For men's suits & top- 
coats. © Feb. 26, 1940; KK 871. 

Baum, H. L., dba Beauty products, 
Denver. 10339, 10340 

Noreen super color rinse instruction 

folder. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 910. 
Noreen super color rinse, wall chart. 

For hair rinse. © Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 

911. 

Beacon Hill craftsmen, Beacon, N, Y, 

10341 
Buy quality archery equipment . . . 
For archery equipment. © Sept. 9, 
1940 ; KK 853. 

Beau Brummell ties, inc., Cincinnati. 

10342 
Stand by America. For neckwear. 
© Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 1109. 

Beauty products. See Baum (H. L.) 

Beech-nut packing co., Canajoharie, 
N. Y. 10343 

Beech-nut spirals, form -CR-49. For 

molasses peppermint candy drops. © 

Sept. 10, 1940 ; KK 899. 

Belmont t r o u s e r co. See Pleet 
(Emmanuel E.) 

Bendix aviation corp., South Bend, Ind. 

10344 
Genuine B-K vacuum hose. For hose. 
© Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 733. 

Bendix home appliances, inc., South 
Bend, Ind. 10345 



I learned about Bendix from her. 
For washing machine. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; 
KK 1065. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., 

Thompsonville, Conn. 10346, 10347 

Look at these rug values in Bigelow 

Beauvais patterns. For pile fabric floor 

covering. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 891. 

See the smart new fall patterns in 
Bigelow Beauvais rugs. For pile fab- 
ric floor covering. © Sept. 7, 1940 ; KK 
715. 
Blair laboratories, Lynchburg, Va. 

10348, 10349 
Free ! — Carrying case with your first 
order. For cosmetics, flavorings, house- 
hold products, etc. © Oct. 18, 1940; 
KK 915. 

Let Blair start you in a business of 
your own. For cosmetics, flavorings, 
household products, etc. © Oct. 8, 
1940 ; KK 914. 

Borden co.. New York. 10350-10354 

Grand ice cream ! Swell cookies ! 
Easy to make with Eagle brand, E-777- 
B. For condensed milk. © Dec. 23, 
1939; KK 797. 

I put the moo in smooth ice cream. 
For ice cream. © June 8, 1940; KK 
1203. 

If it's Borden's it's got to be good. 
For milk and milk products. © Apr. 
1, 1940 ; KK 1202. 

Look, quick easy magic recipes with 
Eagle brand, E-777. For condensed 
milk. © Oct. 23, 1939; KK 796. 

Make delicious dishes quickly with 
Eagle brand. For condensed milk. © 
Nov. 23, 1939 ; KK 795. 

Boy scouts of America, New York. 

10355 
Plan an all-American scouting Christ- 
mas. For boy scout equipment. © 
Sept. 24, 1940 ; KK 854. 

Brandt (Irving) & co., Chicago. 10356 
Smart braces. For braces. © July 
8, 1940 ; KK 710. 

Brilhart, Arnold, doing business as the 
Enduro co., Great Neck, N. Y. 10357 
Only reed made of Tonalin. For 

reeds for musical instruments. © Sept. 

14, 1940 ; KK 764. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender co., Chicago. 

10358 
Brunswick whale-bone-ite toilet seats. 
For toilet seats. © May 22, 1940 ; KK 
1106. 



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Buegeleisen & Jacobson, New York. 

10359 
Have you seen the new Grenatex clar- 
inet? For clarinet. © Sept. 16, 1940; 
KK 1069. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los 
Angeles. 10360-10364 

Big help to health, LA-2937. For 

oranges. © Sept. 11, 1940; KK 1012. 
Charm that attracts others . . . LA- 

3027-A. For oranges. © Aug. 25, 

1940 ; KK 873. 
Charm that attracts others . . . LA- 

3030. For oranges. © Oct. 10, 1940; 

KK 1013. 
How young is too young for orange 

juice? LA-3040. For oranges. © 

Sept. 10, 1940 ; KK 1011. 
It's all done with lemons, LA-3018- 

A. For lemons. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 

872. 

Carnagio, Joseph, Bossier City, La. 

10365 

Chicken in the straw. For straw 

basket filled with chicken and shoe 

string and/or Julienne potatoes. © 

May 11, 1940 ; KK 770. 

Casite corp., Hastings, Mich. 10366 
Is your horsepower lagging? For a 
solvent. © Sept. 7, 1940; KK 1003. 

Champion products co., New York. 

10367 
Tidy-tie rak. For tie racks. © Sept. 
17, 1940; KK918. 

Clairol, inc., New York. 10368, 10369 
Sept. 23rd. For cosmetic. © Sept. 

23, 1940; KK 855. 

Would you like your hair restyled. 

For cosmetics. © Sept. 15, 1940; KK 

753. 

Claronex products, inc., Brooklyn. 

10370 
Original chromium treated most bril- 
liant alluminum coatings. For silver 
aluminum paint coating. © July 1, 
1940 ;KK 690. 

Clipper belt lacer co., Grand Rapids, 

Mich. 10371 

Put extra lives in your belt joints. 

For belt hooks, belt lacers, connecting 

pins. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 805. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 

10372-10376 

New ultra-refined Clorox has fourfold 

effectiveness. For bleach & household 

disinfectant. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; KK 961. 



Same. © Aug. 11, 1940; KK 

964. 

Offensive garbage cans. For bleach 
& household disinfectant. © Aug. 25, 
1940 ; KK 962. 

Step up your summer sales. For 
bleach & household disinfectant. © 
July 30, 1940 ; KK 963. 

Same. © Aug. 5, 1940; KK 

960. 

Goca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 

10377-10382 

Package that gets a welcome at 
home. For soft drink. © Sept. 27, 
1940 ;KK 806. 

Pattern of living is brighter when 
you plan it so. For soft drink. © 
Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 945. 

Refreshing background for modern 
living. For soft drink. © Oct. 10, 
1940 ;KK 952. 

Same. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 951. 

You know, the customers' deposit on 
these bottles . . . For soft drink. © 
Sept. 24, 1940; KK 949. 

You read the news ... or hold this 
well-known glass. For soft drink. © 
Oct. 5, 1940; KK 950. 

Cohn, Louis I., Philadelphia. 

10383, 10384 

Balance sleep. For springs and mat- 
tresses. © Sept. 21, 1940; KK 697. 

Rest-o-maker. For mattresses and 
springs. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 696. 

Collins, Ashton B., d. b. a. Reddy Kilo- 
watt, Birmingham, Ala. 10385 
Live electrically — save a lot, MH-11- 

40. For electricity. © Aug. 12, 1940 ; 

KK 939. 

Combustion engineering co., inc., New 
York. 10386 

C-E low ram stoker. For stoker unit. 

© July 25, 1940; KK 732. 

Commonwealth pub. co., Chicago. 

10387, 10388 

$15,000,000,000.00 for national de- 
fense. For tax records. © Sept. 16, 
1940 ; KK 716. 

You can live in luxury on 4 sales a 
day, etc., our challenge to you, vir- 
tually self-selling, etc. For tax record. 
© Sept. 17, 1940; KK 735. 

Continental can co., inc., New York. 

10389 

Family resemblance. For contain- 
ers. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 838. 



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10423 



Corning glass works. Corning, N. Y. 

10390-10392 

Celebrating 25 years of service to 
American housewives . , . For house- 
hold glassware. © Sept. 6, 1940; KK 
908. 

Same. © Sept. 8, 1940; KK 

907. 

Same. © Sept. 22, 1940; KK 

909. 

Cosmetic aids, inc., New York. 10393 
For lips. For lipstick remover. © 
July 12, 1940; KK 1205. 

Crown cork & seal co., inc., Baltimore. 

10394 
Again Alexandria dairy leads the 
way. For milk bottles. © Oct. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1089. 

Curley co., Philadelphia. 10395 

1941 catalog of Curley preparations. 
For beauty preparations, equipment 
and accessories. © Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 
943. 

Davis (R. B.) co., Hoboken, N. J. 

10396 
Control. For malted food drink. © 
July 26, 1940 ;KK 688. 

De Vilbiss co., Toledo, O. 10397 

You get action. For spray gun. © 
Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 821. 

Dr. Pepper co., Dallas. 10398-10400 
Smart little girl wins point. For car- 
bonated beverage. © Sept. 10, 1940; 
KK 1192. 

Wise light lunch. For carbonated 

beverage. © Aug. 21, 1940; KK 1191. 

With power to go on. For carbonated 

beverage. © Aug. 28, 1940; KK 1190. 

Dorr CO., inc.. New York. 10401 

Dorrco hydro-treator. For water 

treatment unit. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 
737. 

Edwards (D wight) co., San Francisco. 

10402 
Yes ! We claim great things for . . . 
For coffee. © Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1122. 
Enduro co. See Brilhart (Arnold) 

Engineer co., New York. 10403 

Enco fuel oil burning pumping and 
heating systems. For oil burning equip- 
ment. © Sept. 27, 1940; KK 959. 

Enna Jettick shoes, Auburn, N. Y. 

10404 
Eye-catching. For women's shoes. 
© Sept. 11, 1^40 ; KK 875. 



Eskimo pie corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

10405-10414 

Eskimo butterscotch pie, 38-8-N. 
For ice cream confections. © July 1, 
1940 ; KK 849. 

Eskimo cream kooler, no. 39-6. For 
ice cream confections. © July 1, 1940 ; 
KK 847. 

Eskimo frosted malt pie, 40-5. For 
ice cream confections. © July 1, 1940 ; 
KK848. 

Eskimo nutty fudge pie, no. 40-6. © 
July 1, 1940 ; KK 851. 

Eskimo pie, no. 39-1. For ice cream 
confections. © July 1, 1940; KK 850. 

Eskimo pop-pie, no. 39-7-S. For ice 
cream confections. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 
845. 

Eskimo sweetie pie, 40-7. For ice 
cream confections. © July 1, 1940 ; 
KK844. 

Happy landing! Eskimo pie, 40-2. 
For ice cream confections. © July 1, 
1940 ; KK 843. 

New Eskimo cone, no. 40-9. For ice 
cream confections. © July 1, 1940; 
KK 846. 

You'll be tickled pink with Eskimo 
pie, 40-1. For ice cream confections. 
© July 1, 1940 ; KK 852. 

Evans (John R.) & co., Camden, N. J. 

10415 
Valencia is news in any language. 
For leather for shoes and handbags. © 
Sept. 7, 1940; KK 878. 

Fairchild news service. New York. 

10416, 10417 

Fairchild's dress chart of formal & 
semi-formal day and evening wear, fall 
and winter 1940-'41. For men's cloth- 
ing. © Aug. 19, 1940 ; KK 889. 

Fairchild's town country wear for 
fall & winter 1940-'41. For men's 
clothing. © Aug. 19, 1940 ; KK 888. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 

10418 

Have your radiator winter-sured. 

For antifreeze. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 

728. 

Fitch (F. W.) CO., Des Moines, la. 

10419 
Give your hair a chance. For hair 
tonic. © Oct. 4, 1940; KK 835. 

Fleischmann distilling corp., Peekskill, 
N. Y. 10420-10423 

Answer to a question. For blended 

whiskey. © Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 1031. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Fleischmann distilling corp. — Con. 

Blending made America great. For 
blended whiskey. © Sept. 17, 1940; 
KK 1032. 

Good pointer on better gin drinks. 
For gin. © Oct. 11, 1940 ; KK 1039. 

Wise birds get this point from the 
setter. For gin. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 
771. 

Florence stove co., Gardner, Mass. 

10424, 10425 

It's silly to be chilly. For oil heaters. 
© Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 1160. 

You'll get 3-way comfort in your 
kitchen. For combination ranges. © 
Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1161. 

Frost (Harry M.) co., inc., Boston. 

10426-10429 

Have vim ! Stay slim ! For Swed- 
ish meal bread. © Aug. 5, 1940; KK 
717. 

It's smart to be healthy. For Swed- 
ish meal bread. © Aug. 5, 1940; KK 
719. 

Keep a sports figure. For Swedish 
meal bread. © Aug. 5, 1940 ; KK 692. 

Time out for a snack! For Swed- 
ish meal bread. © Aug. 5, 1940; KK 
718. 

Funk Robert Southwick, Beverly Hills, 
Calif. 10430 

Velvet seal. For ball-bearing part 

for valve. © Sept. 10, 1940 ; KK 1088. 

Geller, Andrew, Brooklyn. 10431 

Beetle bronze Lagarto. For ladies' 
shoes. © Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 738. 

General cigar co., inc.. New York. 

10432 
Which type of cigar is yours? For 
cigars. © Sept. 8, 1940 ; KK 1087. 

General mills, inc., San Francisco. 

10433-10437 

Festive fare, 1. For flour. © Aug. 
25, 1940 ; KK 866. 

Festive fare, 4. For flour. © Aug. 
25, 1940 ; KK 868. 

Harvest of recipes, 2. For flour. © 
July 1, 1940 ; KK 816. 

Head start recipes, 2. For flour. © 
July 1, 1940 ; KK 815. 

What's behind all this, BF-99. For 
turkey feed. © July 23, 1940 ; KK 867. 

General motor sales corp., Hyatt bear- 
ings div., Harrison, N. J. 

10438, 10439 



Look at these busy cranes, etc 

For roller bearings. © Aug. 1, 1940; 
KK 1177. 

This is a new caterpillar D-7 tractor. 
For roller bearings. © Aug. 1, 1940; 
KK 1178. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 

10440 
General offers you the only bargain 
in tires, quality. For rubber tires. © 
Aug. 27, 1940 ; KK 720. 

Goldsmith bros., New York. 

10441, 10442 

Goldsmith bros. larger circular no. 
C532. For stationery & office supplies. 
© Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 758. 

Goldsmith bros. small circular no. 
SC 532. For general merchandise. © 
Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 757. 

Golovin (Willard B.), inc.. New York. 

10443 
Aberle color chart, fall and winter, 
1940. For stockings. © Sept. 10, 
1940 ; KK 817. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York. 

10444-10448 

Dorothy Gray Portrait face pow- 
der . . New woman course. For face 
powder & treatment. © Oct. 10, 1940 ; 
KK 813. 

Dorothy Gray Portrait face powder, 
a fragile powder . . . For face powder 
& cosmetics. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 968. 

Lipsticks, Dorothy Gray. For lip- 
stick. © Sept. 29, 1940; KK 978. 

Sheer-textured Portrait face powder. 
For face powder. © Sept. 22, 1940; 
KK 977. 

Special dry-skin lotion ; new skin- 
softening powder base. For lotion. © 
Sept. 22, 1940 ; KK 979. 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 

10449-10455 

And this is important too ! Boy, this 
looks important. For ale. © Oct. 7, 
1940 ; KK 804. 

Next time serve Hanley's. After the 
ball is over. For ale. © Aug. 26, 1940 ; 
KK 803. 

Sparkling clear. Which end do I 
start digging? For ale. © Sept. 9, 
1940 ; KK 801. 

Talk about protection ! Hard guy — 
huh? 30. For ale. © Oct. 14, 1940; 
KK 917. 

Tell everybody. Tell it to the ma- 
rines, 27. For ale. © Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 
916. 



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10484 



That gives me an idea. Nice catch. 
For ale. © Sept. 16, 1940 ; KK 802. 

Welcome legionnaires. You said it 
buddy. For ale. © Sept. 23, 1940 ; KK 
800. 

Harris bros. co., Chicago. 10456 

Contractors factory direct wholesale 
bulletin of builders specials. For 
building materials. © Sept. 28, 1940; 
KK 870. 

Hastings mfg, co., Hastings, Mich. 

10457 
Tough but oh so gentle. For piston 
rings. © Sept. 11, 1940 ; KK 1002. 

Hawkinson (Paul E.) co., Minneapolis. 

10458, 10459 

Hawkinson tread. The only scientific 
rolling radius tire tread. For tire 
treads. © July 19, 1940 ; KK 702. 

Hawkinson treads. The only treads 
cured to the loaded rolling radius. For 
tire treads. © Aug. 26, 1940 ; KK 703. 

Herzog, Jewell, Dallas. 10460 

Veg o fruit bar. Fer vegetable and 
fruit juices, health food products. © 
Oct. 1,1940 ;KK 742. 

Higgings, Gertrude Tyler, Logansport, 
Ind. 10461 

Working plan 4. Floral clay. For 

oily plastic day for use with flowers. 

© Dec. 12, 1939 ; KK 818. 

Holland brass works, Chicago. 10462 
Saint Mary's equipment — latest ad- 
ditions. For church & funeral equip- 
ment. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 993. 

Hunter-Hartman corp., St. Louis. 

10463, 10464 

Announcing a deLuxe model. For 
battery charges. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; KK 
730. 

Flash — Hunter-Hartman corp. takes 
pride ... For battery analyzer & 
charger. © Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 912. 
Hyatt bearings div. See General motors 

sales Corp. 

Ilg electric ventilating co., Chicago. 

10465 
Heat electrically, at the spot, on the 
dot. For electric unit heaters. © Sept. 
16, 1940 ; KK 787. 

Illinois tool works, Chicago. 10466 

New! 292 page engineering hand- 
book on high speed production tools. 
For production tools. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; 
KK 1064. 
Imperial knife co., inc., Providence. 

10467-10469 



Famous Jack-master pocket knife. 
For pocket knives. © May 15, 1940; 
KK 997. 

Junior Jack-master two blade knife. 
For pocket knives. © June 23, 1940; 
KK996. 

Modern Jack-master leather - grip 
knife. For pocket knives. © May 2, 
1940 ; KK 995. 

Imperial paper & color corp., Glens 
Falls, N. Y. 10470-10474 

Gossip reached my ears . . . For 

wallpaper. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 1030. 
Used exclusively in the regency 

house. For wallpaper. © Aug. 20, 

1940 ; KK 1033. 

Wall gave the answer. For wall- 
paper. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 1025. 
Who wants a touch-me-not home? 

For wallpaper. © Aug. 10, 1940; KK 

1027. 
You can teach an old house new 

tricks. For wallpaper. © Aug. 20, 

1940 ; KK 1024. 

International latex corp., New York. 

10475-10477 

Gives with every motion of your 
body. For latex girdle. © Sept. 29, 
1940 ; KK 759. 

New, improved playtex baby pants. 
For latex baby pants. © Sept. 21, 
1940 ;KK 998. 

One blessed event deserves another. 
For latex baby pants. © Sept. 17, 
1940 ; KK 722. 

International salt co., inc., Scranton, 

Pa. 10478 

Rock salt's auger action. For rock 

salt. © Sept. 13, 1940; KK 1176. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Bruns- 
wick, N. J. 10479 
Interwoven dealer advertising, Au- 
gust, 1940. For men's socks. © Jiily 
31, 1940; KK 748. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, 
N. J. 10480-10484 

Aid to digital and specular examina- 
tions. For lubricating jelly. © Sept. 
27, 1940 ; KK 862. 

Arthroplasty of the hip, plate no. 108. 
For sutures. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 
858. 

Most satisfactory. For filter discs. 
©Aug. 20, 1940; KK 860. 

Protection from moisture. For ad- 
hesive. © Aug. 28. 1940; KK 861. 

Upper thoracic sympathectomy, plate 
no. 109. For sutures. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; 
KK864. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 

10485 
J & L wire rope — sinews of indus- 
try — serves man in indispensable ways. 
For wire rope. © Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 
856. 

Kaylon, inc., New York. 10486, 10487 
Abed or about. For men's pajamas. 

©Sept. 16, 1940; KK 883. 
Tommies dorm wardrobe. For ladies 

pajamas. © July 20, 1940 ; KK 839. 

Kaywoodie co.. New York. 10488 

What makes them more beautiful 
makes them smoke better. For pipes. 
© Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 1001. 

Kent (Roger) inc., New York. 10489 

New kind of men's shop comes to 

Philadelphia. For men's suits and 

overcoats. © Sept. 16, 1940; KK 756. 

Kidde (Walter) & co., inc.. New York. 

10490-10492 

Kidde-lux model 2 first aid protection 
for airplane fires. For fire extin- 
guisher. © July 24, 1940; KK 762. 

Kidde-lux model 2 for industrial 
plants, laboratories, etc. For fire ex- 
tinguishers. © July 24, 1940; KK 761. 

Kidde-lux model 2 for yachts and 
motor boats. For fire extinguisher. © 
July 24, 1940 ; KK 760. 



Kirk (Samuel) & son. 



inc., Baltimore. 
10493 



Severn, the new sterling silver flat- 
ware by Kirk. For silverware. © 
Sept. 1, 1940; KK 752. 

Knox gelatine co., inc., Johnstown, 
N. Y. 10494 

Weigh to health. For gelatine. © 

Sept. 1,1940 ;KK 1004. 

Kops bros., inc., New York. 10495 

But Nemo nylettes are different. 
For girdle. © Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 994. 

Krafft, Paul. See Krafft & Phillips 
fashion co. 

Krafft & Phillips fashion co., Paul 
Krafft, sole owner of, Philadelphia. 

10496 
Latest regulation U. S. army uni- 
forms. For U. S. army uniforms. © 
Sept. 15, 1940; KK 1005. 

Laines du pingouin, inc.. New York. 

10497 
Bnchanteur — invitation to the dance. 
For ladies evening jacket. © July 15, 
1940 ;KK 857. 



Lawler automatic controls, inc., Mount 
Vernon, N. Y. 10498 

Lawler non-scalding thermostatic 
mixing valve — type BC. For thermo- 
static valve. © April 15, 1940; KK 
763. 

Lazarus (F. & R.) & co., Columbus, O. 

10499, 10500 

College of fashion knowledge. For 
ladies' shirts, skirts, dresses and coats. 
© Sept. 27, 1940; KK 698. 

[College of fashion knowledge] 
Lazarus flannel shirt . . . For ladies' 
shirts, skirts, dresses and coats. © 
Sept. 13, 1940; KK 1085. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, 

N. J. 10501-10520 

Germs are dangerous room mates for 
your baby. For disinfectant. © Oct. 
11, 1940; KK 1112. 

Girl's got to be particular. For dis- 
infectant. © Sept. 14, 1940 ; KK 1120. 

Hand lotion sensation. For lotion. 
© Oct. 3, 1940; KK 1083. 

Here's one war that's really humane. 
For disinfectant. © Oct. 3, 1940; KK 
1111. 

Hinds M sale. Buy this . . . get 
this . . . For hand lotion. © Oct. 11, 
1940 ;KK 810. 

Hinds 1^ sale on now! For lotion. 
© Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1084. 



1^ sale on now ! 



2 50^ 
Oct. 4, 



Hinds 
bottles . . . For lotion. © 
1940; KK1082. 

Honey . . . asks : Who wants to kiss 
a red, chapped hand? For hand cream 
& lotion. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 812. 

Honey . . . says: Men love hands 
with that soft . . . look. For lotion. 
© Oct. 4, 1940; KK 1078. 

Look at this big 17^ bargain. For 
tooth powder. © Oct. 16, 1940; KK 
1007. 

Lysol leads all other disinfectants . . . 
For disinfectant. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 
1118. 

Lysol minute movies. It must not 
spread. For disinfectant. © Oct. 10, 
1940 ; KK 1114. 

Perfect wife .... until 6 P. M. For 

disinfectant. © Sept. 3, 1940; KK 1117. 

Tough guy — sure! For disinfectant. 
© Oct. 10, 1940; KK 1113. 

Tussy lipstick goes places — does 
things. For lipstick. © Oct 1, 1940; 
KK969. 



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10547 



2 big fall specials. For disinfectant 
and tooth paste. © Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 
1116. 

We'll be back, won't we, Hon ! For 
disinfectant. © Oct. 12, 1940; KK 
1110. 

You can win $1000.00. For disinfec- 
tant. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 1115. 

You can win $1,000. For disinfec- 
tant. © Sept. 11, 1940; KK 1119. 

You pay 36% less. For tooth pow- 
der. © Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 1006. 

Lenox, inc., Trenton, N. J. 10521 

Background for a bride. For china. 
© Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 1098. 

Levin bros.. New York. 10522 

Smart-set Handee comb trio. For 
combs. © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 1008. 

Lexington roller mills, inc., Lexington, 
Ky. 10523 

Introducing the revolutionary new 

product, Vitohart flour. For flour. © 

Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1068. 

Luden's, inc., Reading, Pa. 10524 

Got smoke stack throat from smok- 
ing? For cough drops. © June 7, 
1940 ; KK 1022. 

McFadden lighting co., inc., St. Louis. 

10525 
Colorful luminaires, publication no. 
T-940. For lighting equipment. © 
Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 1017. 

Macmillan petroleum corp., Los Ange- 
les. 10526-10528 
Believe it or not ! by Ripley. Ring- 
free costs you less. For motor oil. © 
Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 965. 

Same. © Aug. 29, 1940; KK 

966. 

Believe it or not ! by Ripley. Winter 
ring-free pours at 20°. For motor oil, 
© Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 967. 

McMillen feed mills, inc., Ft. Wayne. 

10529 
Balanced rations and barns. For 
livestock and poultry feed concentrates. 
© Sept. 24, 1940 ; KK 1180. 

Macy (R. H.) & co., inc.. New York. 

10530-10534 

Macy's typo-analyst prescribes Dual 
design dresses for women whose figures 
have changed. For women's dresses. 
© Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1020. 

Macy's typo-analyst says, yes ! Color 
contrast can add inches to a woman's 
height. For women's dresses. © Oct. 
14, 1940 ; KK 1019. 



Typo-analysis. For women's dresses. 
© Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 1018. 

Typo-analyzed. [Typo-analysis] I614 
to 24%. For women's dresses. © Sept. 
27, 1940 ; KK 700. 

Typo-analyzed. [Typo-analysis] 38 
to 44. For women's dresses. © Sept. 
23, 1940 ; KK 701. 

Manuel, B., New York. 10535 
Manuel transformations. For trans- 
formations. © Sept. 17, 1940; KK 
1021. 

Marine model co., New Y'ork. 10536 

American interiors. For model room 
construction set. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; KK 
876. 

Markwell mfg. co., inc.. New York. 

10537 
Parts for the Markwell RF 1 staple- 
master. For stapling machine. © Sept. 
19, 1940 ; KK 1126. 

Mason & Parrish, engineers, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 10538 

Radial saw chart. Starting key. 

For radial saw machine. © Sept. 24, 

1940 ; KK 877. 

Mentholatum co., Wilmington, Del. 

10539, 10540 

Men hate sniffly noses. For medicinal 
ointment. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 954. 

Sneezing is a public menace. For 
medicinal ointment. © Sept. 16, 1940; 
KK 955. 

Merle, Joseph M., Chicago. 10541 

New metal working process. For 
film forming machines. © July 10, 
1940 ; KK 704. 

Miles, Clarence F., Worcester, 

10542, 10543 

Jawbone whiskey. For whiskey. © 
Apr. 18, 1940 ; KK 990. 

Tit willow whiskey. For whiskey. 
© Apr. 15, 1940 ; KK 991. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 

10544-10546 

Scotch cellulose tape saved the day. 
For scotch cellulose tape. © Sept. 29, 
1940 ; KK 1015. 

Touch of the finger. For scotch tape. 
© Sept, 18, 1940; KK 1014. 

Use this magic tape. For scotch 
tape. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 1016. 

Movado watch agency, inc., New York. 

10547 
3 master mariners. For watches. © 
Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 897. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



MuUins mfg. Corp., Youngstown pressed 
steel div., Salem, O. 10548 

Youngstown all steel kitchens. For 

kitchen sinks and cabinets. © July 18, 

1940 ; KK 740. 

National biscuit co.. New York. 10549 
Taste this new, delicious energy 
breakfast. For shredded whole wheat. 
© Sept. 13, 1940; KK 1376. • 

National committee for music apprecia- 
tion, New York. 10550-10583 

America's outstanding music appre- 
ciation movement in behalf of grand 
operas ! For phonograph records. © 
Oct. 14, 1940 ; KK 1136. 

America's outstanding music appre- 
ciation movement in behalf of grand 
operas! . . . Beginning Oct. 19th, the 
Indianapolis distribution of . . . For 
phonograph records, © Oct. 15, 1940; 
KK 1145. 

Announcement, N. Y. committee for 
music appreciation ready for you this 
morning! Aida. For phonograph rec- 
ords. © Sept. 27, 1940; KK 825. 

Announcement of the New York com- 
mittee for music appreciation. For 
phonograph records. © Oct. 4, 1940; 
KK 1060. 

Announcing: The Evening star's 
music appreciation offer. For phono- 
graph records. © Sept. 29, 1940; KK 
1054. 

Chicago society for music education 
on Saturday, Oct. 19th, will begin the 
distribution of . . . For phonograph 
records. © Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 1131. 

Detroit committee for music appre- 
ciation on Friday, Oct. 18th, will begin 
the distribution of . . . For phonograph 
records. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1134. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer ! For phonograph records. © 
Sept. 30, 1940; KK 1056. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer! A thrilling distribution of 12 
grand operas ... 80 recordings. For 
phonograph records. © Oct. 15, 1940; 
KK 1130. 

The Evening star's music apprecia- 
tion offer ! 40 double-faced 12-inch rec- 
ords — 80 operatic recordings. For 
phonograph records. © Oct. 6, 1940; 
KK 1146. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer 40 double-faced 12 inch records, 
80 recordings. For phonograph records. 
© Oct. 2, 1940 ; KK 1057. 



Evening star's music appreciation 
offer, now being distributed! Carmen. 
For phonograph records. © Oct. 7, 
1940 ; KK 1135. 

The Evening star's music apprecia- 
tion offer! Starting tomorrow. You 
can get Faust. For phonograph rec- 
ords. © Oct. 11, 1940; KK 1142. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer 12 grand operas — 80 recordings. 
For phonograph records. © Oct. 9, 
1940 ; KK 1143. 

Evening star music appreciation pro- 
gram ! . . . Tomorrow at 9 a. m., we 
begin the distribution of Carmen. For 
phonograph records. © Oct. 4, 1940; 
KK 1129. 

Great public service brings you the 
w^orld's greatest operas in your own 
home. For phonograph records & rec- 
ord player. © Sept. 27, 1940; KK 
1055. 

Indianapolis committee for music ap- 
preciation, on Saturday, Oct. 19th, will 
begin the distribution of . . . For 
phonograph records. © Oct. 16, 1940; 
KK 1139. 

Same. © Oct. 16, 1940; KK 

1140. 

Indianapolis committee for music ap- 
preciation ! . . . tomorrow at 9 a. m. 
will begin the distribution of Carmen. 
For phonograph records. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ; KK 1133. 

Same. © Oct. 18, 1940; KK 

1138. 

Michigan committee for music appre- 
ciation ! . . tomorrow at 9 a. m., will 
begin the distribution of Carmen. For 
phonograph records. © Oct. 17, 1940; 
KK 1132. 

National committee for music appre- 
ciation in association with the Griffith 
music foundation, inc. For phonograph 
records. © Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 1058. 

New York committee for music appre- 
ciation announces .... For phono- 
graph records. © Sept. 11, 1940; KK 
831. 

Same. © Sept. 11, 1940; KK 

833. 

New York committee for music ap- 
preciation announces a great public 
service in behalf of good music. For 
phonograph records. © Sept. 11, 1940; 
KK 832. 

Now being distributed under the 
auspices of the New York committee 
for music appreciation . . . Carmen. 
For phonograph records. © Sept. 16, 
1940 : KK 830. 



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Ready at 9 a. m. tomorrow ! Faust. 
For phonograph records. © Sept, 20, 
1940 ; KK 826. 

Ready this morning! Faust. For 
phonograph records. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; 
KK 827. 

Ready today — Carmen. For phono- 
graph records. © Sept. 14, 1940; KK 
829. 

Today ! The Evening star brings you 
Carmen. For phonograph records. © 
Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1144. 

Today ! The Indianapolis committee 
for music appreciation brings you Car- 
men. For phonograph records. © Oct. 
19, 1940 ; KK 1141. 

Today ! The Philadelphia committee 
for music appreciation brings you Car- 
men. For phonograph records. © 
Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 1137. 

. . . Tomorrow at 9 a. m. we begin 
the distribution of . . . Carmen. For 
phonograph records. © Sept. 13, 1940 ; 
KK 828. 

Tonight . . 8-9 :00 . . WOR ! Listen 
to the thrilling music of . . . For phon- 
ograph records. © Oct. 4, 1940; KK 
1059. 

National distillers products corp., New 
York. 10584 

Gentlemen prefer bonds. For whis- 
key. © Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 1204. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 

10585-10589 

As different from silk stockings as 
night from day. For women's hosiery. 
© Aug. 16, 1940 ; KK 705. 

Men bought over 9,000 last time. 
For men's topcoat. © July 26, 1940; 
KK 709. 

Right in the face of higher prices 
comes .... the big surprise blanket buy 
of 1940. For bed blankets. © July 
26, 1940 ; KK 708. 

Shirt-shots America's big shirt news. 
For men's shirts. © July 26, 1940; 
KK 707. 

250,000 women join hands to bring 
genuine crepe stockings down to 69 ^/^(jf. 
For women's hosiery. © July 26, 1940 ; 
KK706. 

Ortho products, inc., Linden, N. J. 

10590, 10591 

If you dispense . . For vaginal jelly. 
© Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 859. 

Spermicidal on contact. For vaginal 
jelly. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; KK 863. 

Oshkosh b'gosh, inc., Oshkosh, Wis. 

10592 



Ready for the job to be done. For 
overalls. © Sept. 26, 1940; KK 1149. 

Ostermoor & co., Bridgeport, Conn, 

10593 
America awakens to news. For mat- 
tresses. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 1053. 

Owen-Fields, inc., Kansas City, Mo. 

10594 
Let's join George. For beer. © Sept. 
21, 1940 ; KK 774. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 10595 
New easy way to pick up your 
Pabst. For beer. © Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 
1010. 

Parke, Davis & co., Detroit, 

10596, 10597 

Parke-Davis vitamin products. For 
drugs. © July 9, 1940 ; KK 1206. 

Same, © June 20, 1940; KK 

1207. 

Pennsylvania grade crude oil assn.. Oil 
City, Pa. 10598 

It w^asn't all hustle and bustle in the 

early oil days. For oil. © Aug. 9, 

1940 ; KK 1148. 

Pennzoil co., Oil City, Pa. 10599 

Your move trouble. For motor oil. 
© Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 865. 

Pep boys — Manny, Moe & Jack, Phila- 
delphia. 10600 
Tomorrow at 9 a, m., the Pep boys, 
Manny, Moe & Jack will open America's 
most modern auto supply store. Broad 
below Spring Garden, 444 N, Broad St. 
For automobile accessories and kindred 
articles. © Aug, 18, 1940 ; KK 1219, 

Permo products corp., Chicago. 10601 
Permo point phonograph needles. 
For phonograph needles. © Dec. 1, 
1939 ; KK 1179, 

Pleet, Emmanuel E,, & Pleet, Sylvan, 
doing business as Belmont trouser 
CO., Baltimore. 10602 

Belmont trouser co. big cash contest. 

For mens & boys clothing. © Sept. 13, 

1940 ; KK 755. 

Pleet, Sylvan. See Pleet (Emmanuel 
E.) 

Poinsettia dairy products, inc., Tampa, 
Fla. 10603, 10604 

Here is someone you should meet. 

For dairy products. © Aug. 13, 1940; 

KK 1125. 
Mothers can depend on us . . and do ! 

For dairy products. © Aug. 27, 1940; 

KK 1124. 



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10605 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Post, R. L., Gallon, O. 10605 

Lovely new Wm. Rogers Imperial 45- 
piece service for 8. For silverware. © 
Apr. 2, 1940 ; KK 879. 

Rapid roller co., Chicago. 10606 

Results are what count. For rollers 
and blankets for duplicating machines. 
© June 6, 1940 ; KK 693. 

Rawplug CO., inc.. New York. 10607 
New anchors designed for insulex 
glass block construction. For anchors 
for glass block construction. © Sept. 
18, 1940 ; KK 836. 

Ready-power co., Detroit. 10608 

Ready-powder mobile generating 
plants. For mobile generating plants. 
© Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 942. 

Reddy Kilowatt. See Collins (Ashton 

B.) 
Reece button hole machine co., Boston. 

10609 

Are button hole problems burdening 
your sales and profits ? For button hole 
machines. © Sept. 6, 1940; KK 1159. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 10610-10627 
Ace of the stratosphere, D. W. 

(Tommy) Tomlinson. For cigarettes. 

© Oct. 6, 1940 ; KK 814. 

Comfort smoke — from handier tin to 

cooler . . . puffs ! For tobacco. © Oct. 

16, 1940 ; KK 973. 

Extra smoking in Camels . . . (Mar- 
tin & McEvoy) For cigarettes. © 

Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 971. 
Give me Camels any day! © Oct. 

16, 1940 ; KK 972. 

Grade A smoking joy for roll-your- 

owners ! For tobacco. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; 

KK 1076. 

It takes the right cut for trim, neat 

makin's . . . For tobacco. © Sept. 24, 

1940 ; KK 1075. 

Makin's smoker's wish — comes true ! 

For tobacco. © Sept. 26, 1940; KK 

1074. 

Makin's smokes — m i 1 d e r , richer, 
faster-rolling ! For tobacco, (g) Oct. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1077. 

Mrs. Charles Carroll, jr. of the Car- 
rolls of Carrollton. For cigarettes. © 
Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 811. 

National open champion Lawson 
Little. For cigarettes. © Sept. 22, 
1940 ; KK 981. 

or Judge Robbins, days of 1881 cele- 
bration, Pierre, S. D. For tobacco. © 
Sept. 25, 1940; KK 1079. 



or Judge Robbins, Mesa Verde na- 
tional park. For tobacco. © Sept. 25, 
1940 ; KK 1080. 

Same. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1081. 

Same. © Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 975. 

or Judge Robbins, Monument na- 
tional park, Col. For tobacco. © Sept. 
29, 1940 ; KK 980. 

Right! For mild, mellow richness. 
For tobacco. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 970. 

Sure shot for faster-rolled . . . 
makin's smokes ! For tobacco. © Sept. 
28, 1940 ; KK 976. 

Yes, sir, the slower-burning ciga- 
rette . . . Tomlinson. For cigarettes. 
© Sept. 23, 1940 ; KK 974. 

Royal typewriter co.. New York. 

10628-10633 

Get hep to Royal. For typewriter. 
© Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1218. 

Royal aids to A's. For typewriter. 
© Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1214. 

Royal, the student's choice ! For 
typewriter. © Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1217. 

Start right with Royal. For type- 
writer. © Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1216. 

We want Royal. For typewriter. © 
Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1215. 

Win with Royal. For typewriter. 
© Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1213. 

Runix, inc., Los Angeles. 10634 

Runix, display carton. For prepara- 
tion for treating hosiery to resist runs. 
© July 26, 1940 ; KK 785. 

S. O. S. CO., Chicago. 10635 

Don't throw that blackened pan away. 
For scouring pads. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; 
KK 1123. 

S. S. S. CO., Atlanta. 10636 

Brother, I know S. S. S. tonic. For 
bottled medicine. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 
1165. 

Safety car heating & lighting co., inc.. 
New Haven. 10637 

Motor alternator with frequency and 
voltage control for fluorescent lighting, 
type MG-15. For railway lighting 
equipment. © Sept. 28, 1940 ; KK 1166. 

Savage arms Corp., Utica, N. Y. 10638 
4 important advantages of Savage 
truck plates. For truck plates. © 
Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 1104. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 

10639-10650 
Come and get it. For beer. © Aug. 
10, 1940 ; KK 1097. 



240 



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no. 10, 1940 



10672 



Full glass of real Milwaukee beer, in 
a bottle. For beer. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; K 
1091. 

Have you tried a bottle of Old Mil- 
waukee beer lately? For beer. © Sept. 
6, 1940 : KK 1093. 

Same. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 

1092. 

How can vou guess? For beer. © 
Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 869. 

Not until then. For beer. © Sept. 
5, 1940 ; KK 1090. 

What do YOU know about voting? 
For beer. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1094. 

You can tell. For beer. Aug. 29, 
1940 ; KK 1100. 

You can't imagine. For beer. © 
Aug. 8, 1940 : KK 1095. 

You can't possiblv know. . For beer. 
© Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 1101. 

You liked it before. For beer. © 
Aug. 12, 1940 ; KK 1099. 

You'll never know. For beer. © 
Aug. 15, 1940 : KK 1096. 

Schmidt brewing co., Detroit. 10651 

There's food for thought. For beer. 
© Sept. 11, 1940 ; KK 1169. 

Seiberling rubber co., Akron, O. 10652 
So. I need a tire that'll stay cool, 
do I? For tires. © Aug. 21, 1940 ; KK 
820. 

Serrano, Edmund H., St. Louis. 10653 
Cat brand gut strings. For gut 
strings. © June 6. 1940 ; KK 1174. 

Signet hosiery co.. Cambridge, Mass. 

10654 

Easy way to get $25 worth of silk 
stockings, dresses and household goods. 
For dry goods. © Aug. 15, 1940; KK 



Signode steel strapping co.. Chicago. 

10655 
Signode guide to better shipping. 
For steel strapping tools. © Aug. 16, 
1940 ; KK 1175. 

Singer mfg. co.. Elizabethport, N. J. 

10656 
For high speed production of quality 
lock stitching. For sewing machines. 
© July 26, 1940 ; KK 727. 

Smith, Howard N., Dallas. 10657 

National safti-sign design and speci- 
fications. For signs. © Sept. 26, 1940 ; 
KK886. 



Sorbo-mat process engineers, St. Louis. 

10658 
Quality under the skin. For cast 
iron. © June 1, 1940 ; KK 1067. 

Spur distributing co., Nashville. 10659 
Golden spur. For gasoline. © Oct. 
1, 1940 ; KK 790. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 

10660-10662 

Gloria Jean sings . . . For puddings 
& gelatin desserts. © Oct. 10, 1940; 
KK 957. 

Pul-1-ees mom. For tapioca pudding. 
© Sept. 15, 1940 : KK 808. 

Tapioca pudding that brings 'em on 
the run. For pudding. © Oct. 6. 1940 ; 
KK 807. 

Star-lite marker co., inc.. Indianapolis. 

10663, 10664 

Revolutionary new reflecto-chain. 
CB-1. For reflector material. © Sept. 
12. 1940 ; KK 788. 

Surface markers and signs, CB-2. 
For reflector markers and signs. © 
Sept. 12. 1940 ; KK 789. 

Sylvania industrial corp.. New York. 

10665. 10666 

Prominence. For cellophane. © Oct. 
7, 1940 ; KK 1222. 

Sailing ahead. For cellophane. © 
Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1221. 

Taylor, Jane, Los Angeles. 10667 

For sun followers. For ladies ready 
to wear merchandise. © Sept. 18. 
1940 ; KK 791. 

Texas co.. New York. 10668-10672 

Both need expert care says Emerson 
Tower, manager of successful dairy 
farm. For lubricating oils and greases. 
© June 10, 1940 ; KK 893. 

Both need expert care says Francis 
Betzen. grower of prize-winning crops. 
For lubricating oils and greases. © 
Feb. 12, 1940; KK 896. 

Both need expert care says George L. 
Hendress. successful Sheldon, 111., 
farmer. For lubricating oils & greases. 
© July 11, 1940 ; KK 892. 

Both need expert care says Paul 
Kooken, breeder of champions. For 
lubricating oils and greases. © Jan. 1, 
1940 ; KK 895. 

Both need expert care says Walter 
Bones, whose June Hereford sales are 
nationally famous. For lubricating oils 
& greases. © Apr. 12, 1940 ; KK 894. 



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10673 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Timken roller bearing co., Canton, O. 

10673-10676 

Miles of smiles. For roller bearings. 
© Oct. 14, 1940 ; KK 1199. 

Miles of smiles. As you ride in one 
of these luxurious streamliners. For 
roller bearings. © Sept. 4, 1940; KK 
724. 

Miles of smiles. For the long pull . . . 
For roller bearings. © Sept. 17, 1940 ; 
KK 725. 

Miles of smiles on Timken bearings. 
For roller bearings. © Oct. 9, 1940; 
KK 1200. 

Union oil co. of California, Los Angeles. 

10677 
At last! Really clean windshields, 
LA-3111. For oil & gasoline. © Sept. 
15, 1940 ; KK 874. 

United feature syndicate, inc.. New 
York. 10678 

Li'l Abner. Thet do seem like a . . . 

For wheat breakfast food. © June 25, 

1940 ; KK 1151. 

Varney, Gordon, Chicago. 10679 

Varney play trains. For toy trains. 
© Sept. 26, 1940 ; KK 1193. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc., Peoria, 
111. 10680, 10681 

Sherman Billingsley, a whiskey as 

distinctive as your signature. For 

whiskey. © Oct. 9, 1940; KK 809. 
Your taste, too, has changed. For 

rye whiskey. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 958. 

Ward baking co.. New York. 10682 
Pilot travels . . . For bread & cake. 
© Oct. 13, 1940 ; KK 956. 

Webster (Warren) & co., Camden, N. J. 

10683 
Steam heats America. For heaters 
& heating equipment. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; 
KK 1108. 

Western electric co., inc.. New York. 

10684, 10685 



Qardioid microphone for sound sys- 
tems and radio broadcasting. For mi- 
crophones. © Aug. 2, 1940; KK 841. 

Cardioid 6-way-microphone for sound 
systems and radio broadcasting. For 
microphones. © Aug. 2 , 1940; KK 
840. 

Wheeling steel Corp., Wheeling, W. Va. 

10686, 10687 

I go to the circus. For steel. © 
July 12, 1940 ; KK 881. 

I'm every place. For steel. © Aug. 
7, 1940 ; KK 882. 

Willard storage battery co., Cleveland. 

10688-10693 

Choose one of these new, more for 
your money, Willards, form 2993. For 
storage batteries. © June 10, 1940 ; KK 
1198. 

Have you heard about the new, etc. 
For batteries and anti-freeze. © Sept. 
11, 1940 ; KK 822. 

New improved Willards . . . For bat- 
teries. © Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 823. 

New improved Willards, 500-3062. 
For storage batteries. © June 10, 1940 ; 
KK 1196. 

Stops dangerous corrosion, 500-3061. 
For storage batteries. © June 24, 1940; 
KK 1197. 

Willard safety-fill batteries, 500-3060. 
For storage batteries. © June 6, 1940 ; 
KK 1195. 

Wilson bros., Chicago. 10694 

Fall harmonies. For mens clothes. 
© Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 941. 

Winer, Charles, Manchester, N. H. 

10695 
Feet hurt? For exerciser for the 
feet. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 775. 

Young radiator co., Racine, Wis. 10696 
Young Vertiflow unit heaters, cata- 
log no. 2540. For unit heater. © Sept. 
1, 1940 ; KK 887. 

Youngstown pressed steel div., Mullins 
mfg. Corp. See Mullins mfg. Corp., 
Youngstown pressed steel div. 



Number of entries of Prints included in the Catalog since July 1, 1940 - 633 



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OF 



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PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
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DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECH- 
NICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND PICTO- 
RIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL PRINTS 
AND LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 11 



• UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles 
of commercial prints and labels. These will be found at the end of each issue. 
A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, the preliminary 
entry of titles has been abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies 
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To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including com- 
mercial prints and labels used for articles of merchandise. "©" implies copy- 
right 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. 

The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 1909, provides that the 
Catalog of Copyright Entries "shall be admitted in any court as prima facie 
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The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar 
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cluding Commercial Prints and Labels used for articles of merchan- 
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for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall deter- 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
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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 copjTight proprietor are the same. 



Adams, Herbert,* 10697,10698 

Medal : 
American academy of arts and let- 
ters. — American association of teach- 
ers of Spanisli. © 1 c. each Oct. 19. 
1940 ; G 36817, 36818. 

Anderson & Johnson, inc. 10699-10702 
Comi (Alfred) Granite marker me- 
morial : 
Buckner. 863.— Emerson, 861.— Le- 

land, 862.— Persons, 864. © Nov. 1, 

1940 ; G 36797-36800. 

Anderson-Friberg co. 10703, 10704 

Anderson (George) : 

Anderson memorial, 17. © Oct. 
28, 1940 ; G 36747. 

1665-B memorial. © Nov. 6. 1940 : 
G 36811. 
Baldwin, Edward Russell.* 10705 

Then camels carried wise men, now 
wise men carry Camels. © 1 c. Aug. 5. 
1940 ; G 36787. 

Benson, Anton A.* 10706-10708 

Face of girl in three-quarter view 
with hair conventionalized in form of 
question mark. — Indian (American), 
face with headdress of feathers. — Saint. 
Face of a nun with halo. © Nov. 7, 
1940 ; G 36812-36814. 

Bishop, Richard E.* 10709-10717 

Doves and benne, 32. — Early snow, 
26. — In Arkansas. 35. — In they come, 
34.— Pitching pintails, 28.— Redheads, 
33. — Thru the pinoaks, 31. — Up and on, 
27. — Young tom. 30. © 1 c. each Oct. 
16, 1940 ; G 36860-36868. 

Boynton & co. 10718-10721 

Smith (Alden) : 

Christ and children, 678. — Christ 
and the young ruler, 676. — Good Shep- 
herd, 677. © Oct 18, 1940; G 36835- 
86837. 

Pieta plaque, 647. © May 24, 1940 : 
G 36838. 

Broadway rubber mfg. co. 10722 

Wathen (Robert) : 

Katfish brand. © 1 c. Oct 24, 
1940 ; G 36772. 



Cadmus. Paul.* 10723 

Herrin massacre. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 
1940 ; G 36807. 

Cook. Watkins & Patch, inc. 

10724-10731 
Cassani (John) Memorial: 

Berger, 2230. © Oct. 18, 1940; G 
36763. 

Patten ( Glancy W. ) Memorial : 

Colpitts. 2228.— Palfred. 2224. © 
Oct. 18, 1940 ; G 36764, 36765. 
Peterson (E. R.) design co. Me- 
morial : 

Hatfield, 2223. © Oct. 18, 1940 ; G 
36770. 

Small (Janet) Memorial: 
Harkness, 2227.— Hendry, 2222.— 
Lindleton, 2226.— Trenholm, 2229. © 
Oct. 18, 1940 ; G 36766-36769. 

Craske, Leonard.* 10732. 10733 

Vanity. — Vision. © 1 c. each Nov. 6, 
1940 ; G 36819, 36820. 

Crescent metal craft. 10734 

Schindler (Cyril Bernard) : 
Identification tag for aviation. © 
1 c. Oct. 28, 1940 ; G 36810. 

Cross bros. co. 10735-10739 

Geist (Angela A.) Paramount me- 
morial : 

Lankin, 5607. © Oct. 28, 1940; G 
36758. 

La Chapelle (Leeon J.) Paramount 
memorial : 

Hamlin. 5622.— Trenton, 5623. © 
Oct. 28, 1940 ; G 36761, 36762. 
McClellan (Harry E.) Paramount 
memorial : 

Stanley, 5610.— Winslow, 5608. © 
Oct. 28, 1940 ; G 36759, 36760. 

Curry, John Steuart.* 10740 

Wisconsin still life. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 
1940 ; G 36809. 



Desilets granite co. 
Miln (Dana C.) : 
Brinker memorial. 
Oct. 29, 1940 ; G 36745. 



10741 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Donner, Harold F.* 10742, 10743 
Club insignia, form A, form B. © 1 
c. each Oct. 26, 1940; G 36794, 36795. 

Eagle vineyard products co. 

10744, 10745 

Smith (Alden) : 
Baronet brand, crest. — N o b i 11 1 y 
brand, crest. © Sept. 25, 1940; G 
36833, 36834. 

Eby, Samuel Earle.* 10746 

Jesus only. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1940; G 
36816. 

Eskridge, Willard Daniel. 10747 

Stevens ( Myron 0. ) : 
U. S. Christmas wreath. © 1 c. 
Nov. 7, 1940 ; G 36796. 

Franz, Joseph.* 10748 

Berkshire music shed. © 1 c. Oct. 31, 
1940 ;G 36755. 

Georgia marble co. 10749 

Schary (H. A.) & Seidell (Howard) : 

Fairbanks (Douglas) memorial & 

sarcophagus. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1940; G 

36788. 

Hammargren, Frederick Emanuel.* 

10750 
Memorial ship. © 1 c. Nov. 16, 1940 ; 
G 36842. 

Haney, Genevieve June.* 10751, 10752 
Quacky. — Quazzy [and] Tazzy. © 1 
c. each Nov. 19, 1940 ; G 36848, 36849. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc. 

10753 
Antelis (Sylvia) : 

Lady with fan, in French costume, 
for needlepoint embroidery. © 1 c. 
Aug. 24, 1940 ; G 36790. 

Hood, Jennings. 10754 

Schweizer (J. Otto) : 
Willkie (Wendell) for president. 
© 1 c. Oct. 3, 1940 ; G 36791. 

Hoyt & Milne, inc. 10755 

Jamieson (John) : 

Burnham memorial, 505. © 1 c. 
Oct. 28, 1940 ; G 36854. 

Ingels, Kathleen B. & Ingels, Frank L.* 

10756, 10757 
Answering call. — Water baby. © 1 
c. each Nov. 16, 1940 ; G 36840, 36841. 

Johnson, Rubidoux Early & Johnson, 
Edward Arthur. 10758 

Johnsons [pseud, of R. E. Johnson & 
E. A. Johnson] : 

Honey Sue. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1940 ; G 
36792. 



Jones, Emmett Austin.* 10759 

Western bucking horse and rider. © 
1 c. Oct. 30, 1940; G 36742. 

Kriebel, Iva Edith.* 10760-10762 

Birds in blackberry & clematis blos- 
soms. — Birds with nasturtium blos- 
soms. © 1 c. each Nov. 6, 1940; G 
36843, 36844. 

Red, yellow & pink roses. © 1 c. 
Oct. 5, 1940 ; G 36845. 

Lantz (Walter) productions. 10763 
Lantz (Walter) : 

Punchy. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1940; G 
36850. 

Lichtin, Rosa.* 10764 

Murder in the ballet. © 1 c. Nov. 
16, 1940 ; G 36839. 

Lonzar, Joseph.* 10765, 10766 

Chinese boy. — Chinese girl. © 1 c. 
each Nov. 22, 1940 ; G 36858, 36859. 

Lyman, Henry Pratt.* 10767 

Little fellow. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1940; 
G 36923. 

Marks, Joseph. 10768, 10769 

Famiglietti (Nicholas) Round platter 

fruit plaque : 

Pineapple, cherries, grapes, etc. — 
Pomegranite, banana, pear, etc. © 
Oct. 21, 1940 ; G 36829, 36830. 

Modern advertising agency. 10770 

Craig (Jack T.) : 

Selective service, registered, 1940. 
© 1 c. Oct. 29, 1940 ; G 36743. 

Murphy, Olive Carol.* 10771 

God bless America. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 
1940 ; G 36754. 

National tuberculosis assn., inc. 

10772 

Martini (Felix L.) : 
Tuberculosis Christmas seal. © 1 
c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; G 36831. 

Novelli & Calcagni, inc. 10773, 10774 
Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
Barry, 134.— Bradley, 135. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 30, 1940 ; G 36756, 36757. 

O'Clair (C. L.) granite co. 10775-10778 
Kenerson (Harley C.) Memorial: 
I^mery, 804, 804A.— Raleigh, 805, 
805A. © Nov. 7, 1940 ; G 36824-36827. 

Orum, Alma C* 10779 

Clark (Eleanor) : 

Chore frocks. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1940 ; 
G 36857. 



244 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 11, 1940 



10827 



Ottavino, Adamo. 10780 

Kupatt (Christian F.) : 
Montuori memorial. © 1 c. Oct. 
23,1940; G 36815. 

Parrett, Anna C. 10781 

Carl (Margaret) : 

Happy childhood songs. © 1 c. 
Nov. 2, 1940 ; G 36785. 

Patelson, Joseph. 10782 

Brody (Ruth) : 
Joseph Patelson music house pub- 
lishers [cover design for music] © 1 
c. Nov. 13, 1940; G 36828. 

Peacock (H. K.) memorials, inc.* 

10783 
Vanderbilt (Virginia Fair) memorial. 
© 1 c. Oct. 22, 1940 ; G 36789. 

Peerless granite co. 10784 

Fontana (Aldo) : 

Jewish war veterans of U. S. A. 
© 1 c. Nov. 4, 1940 ; G 36786. 

Pels, Walter. 10785-10794 

Kaufman (Sol P.) : 

Bird of paradise. — Bunny. — 
Chant^clair. — Flower and butterjay. — 
Leaping fish. — Perching parrot. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 30, 1940 ; G 36748-36753. 

Elephants. — Frog. © 1 c. each 
Nov. 7, 1940 ; G 36803, 36804. 

Horse heads. — Two birds. © 1 c. 
each Nov. 13, 1940 ; G 36821, 36822. 

Perrot, Martha Pauline.* 10795 

Four kingdoms. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1940 ; 
G 36744. 

Redman, Herbert.* 10796,10797 

East Norwich, winter scene. — Still 
life. © 1 c. each Nov. 1, 1940 ; G 36855, 
36856. 

Richardi, Gennaro & Papa, Joseph. 

10798 
Richardi (Gennaro) : 

Progress of transportation. © 1 c. 
Nov. 1, 1940 ; G 36771. 



Rogers, Edwin J.* 
Going places. © 
G 36851. 



10799 
1 c. Nov. 12, 1940; 



Sepp, George.* 10800, 10801 

Balalaika. — Viking's daughter. © 1 
c. each Nov. 1, 1940 ; G 36852, 36853. 

Superior novelty & souvenir mfgs., inc., 

10802 
Martycheck (Juan) : 
America, armed for peace. 
1, 1940 ; G 36801. 



© Oct. 



Thomas, Thelma.* 

Dinamite. — Tony. 
G 36881, 36882. 



10803, 10804 
© July 20, 1940; 

10805-10816 



Toran, Alfoso T.* 
Zodiac signs : 

Aquarius. — Aries. — Cancer. — 
Capricorn. — Gemini. — Leo. — Libra, — 
Pisces. — Sagittarius. — Scorpio. — Tau- 
rus. — Virgo. © 1 c. each Aug. 9, 1940 ; 
G 36773-36784. 

Veller, Roy Edward.* 10817 

Jig draw puzzle. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1940 ; 
G 36793. 

Vermont marble co. 10818-10820 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Memorial: 
Hammond, 8040. — Hollowell, 
8041.— Melton, 8039. © Oct. 25, 1940; 
G 36740, 36741, 36746. 



Vitalo, Carlo. 

Cozzo (Alessandro) : 
Flower basket. © 
1940 ; G 36846. 



10821 



1 c. Nov. 20, 



10822 



Wearly (Sam) monuments. 
Wearly (Bob) : 

Reynolds mausoleum. © 1 c. Nov. 
19, 1940; G 36847. 

Went, Grace Leahy.* 10823, 10824 

Aid Britain, Columbia — defend Amer- 
ica. © 1 c. Nov. 7, 1940 ; G 36808. 

Pitching for Uncle Sam's team. © 
1 c. Nov. 16, 1940 ; G 36832. 

Witalis, Eugene J. 10825 

Miln (Dana C.) 
Kresowaty memorial. © 1 c. Nov. 
7, 1940 ; G 36802. 

Wittman, Alex.* 10826, 10827 

Dream: addagio [!]. — Dream: stac- 
cato. © Nov. 5, 1940 ; G 36805, 36806. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 



2,314 



245 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Albright, Sterling W. 10828 

Hacksaw. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940; I 
27198. 

American bank note co. 10829-10832 
Beverage industry, V-81298. — Com- 
mercial progress, no. 2, V-81297. © 
Aug. 9, 1940 ; K 47268, 47271. 

Soong (Dr. T. V.) V-81319. © Oct. 
11, 1940 ; K 47269. 

V-81447. © Sept. 23, 1940 ; K 47270. 

Anthonisen, Georg Brockmann. 

10833 
Details of spring spikes. © 1 c. Nov. 
20, 1940; I 27413. 

Army navy card co. 10834-10865 

Ain't no different from home, 
1004. — Boy! I sure would like to be 
there payday, 1007. — Don't look now 
dear, I'll tell you after, 1002.— Greet- 
ings of the season and best wishes, 
1009.— Halt! Who goes there? 1005.— 
Happy New Year! just the same, 
1013. — Hep, hep, how do I know you're 
Santa Claus, hep, hep, 1010. — I only 
learned this, this year, 1003. — It's in 
the bag, folks ! 1011.— Oh, oh ! 1014.— 
Oh sergeant! 1006.— Okay, Old-Timer, 
you had your turn, 1015. — Pass friend ! 
1012. — Watch me grow this year, 
1001. — Wishing you a joyful Christ- 
mas, 1008. © Nov. 4, 1940; K 47202- 
47216. 

Boy! what a tank, 22. — Case of cold 
feet, 17. — Cheez! Panama, Hawaii, 
Philippines. Boy! can I take it, 28. — 
C'mon kid, it's work if you don't make 
it, 29. — Heck! Ya can't even dream in 
one of these, 19. — Hmm! Maybe there 
is a tent-stretcher, 20. — Hot dog, 18. — 
Hya sarge ! I'm up the pole again, 15. — 
* ! ! ! (c) ! I thought I joined the army, 
25. — It's water, but it's good, 16. — Our 
pest bugler, 5. — So long, 27. — Sudden 
awakening, 21. — Throw my butt in the 

can, huh! 23.— Where th' h' , 26.— 

Whoopin' things up, 30. — Whose little 
boy is this for, 24. © Nov. 26, 1940; 
K 47301-^7317. 



Bachrach, inc. 10866 

Willkie (Wendell Lewis) © Aug. 20, 
1940 ; K 47187. 

Bank of America national trust &, sav- 
ings assn. 10867-10869 
Back of the power of the guns. © 

Nov. 24, 1940 ; K 47338. 

Nearly half a million automobile 

buyers agree that Timeplan financing 

has saved them money. © Oct. 2, 1940 ; 

K 47218. 

Now we have our own home. © Nov. 

12, 1940 ; K 47260. 

Banthrico, inc. 10870-10873 

Auto loans. — Save money, save 

worry. Pay your debts this simple 

easy way. © June 12, 1940 ; K 47102, 

47103. 
Clean up all those small bills 

with ... © Sept. 23, 1940; K 47254. 
Start a personal checking account the 

convenient — safe way — by check. © 

June 13, 1940 ; K 47101. 

Baskowitz, Joseph. 10874 

Engravers' design chart, 103-178. © 
Sept. 24, 1940 ; K 47104. 

Beane, Edna. 10875 

Beane all-over hair dryer. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27334. 

Bender, Paul E. 10876 

Thru-tire, vehicle ground. © 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27199. 

Bergstrom, Carl S. 10877 

Door straightener. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1940 ; I 27200. 

Bernard picture co, inc. 1087S-10883 
Bernard ( — ) : 

[Chinese still life, 1, 2] — [Costume 
figures with floral border, 1] © June 
5, 1940; K 4719S-47200. 

[Costume figures with floral border, 
2] — [Girl's head with ribbon border, 1, 
2] © June 5, 1940; K 47284-47286. 



246 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 11, 1940 



10931 



Bodwell, C. T. 



10884-10898 



Franconia Notch, White Mts., N. H. : 
Avalanche Falls, Flume Gorge, 7. — 
Covered bridge and Mt. Liberty, Flume, 
17. — Flume Gorge, 6. — Indian Head, 
15 — Old Man of the Mountains, 1, 2. — 
Sentinel pine on Flume, pool path. 37, 
61. — Suspended boulder, Flume Gorge, 
5. © June 16, 1940; J 31289-31293, 
31295, 31296, 31299, 31300. 

Sipsis (Bird), Flume Abanaki Indian 
basket maker, 44. © June 16, 1940 ; J 
31301. 

White Mts., N. H. : 
Judgment Hall of Pluto, Lost River 
Gorge, 21. — Lemon Squeezer, Lost River 
Gorge, Kinsman Notch, 25. — Lonesome 
Lake and Franconia Mountains, 21. — 
Mt. Washington hotel and Presidential 
Range over Ammonoosuc River, 8. — 
Paradise Falls, Lost River Gorge, Kins- 
man Notch, 1. © June 16, 1940; J 
31287, 31288, 31294, 31297, 31298. 

Bradley, C[laud] A. 10899,10900 

Coat & pants hanger. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 

1940 ; I 27299. 

Skirt hanger. © 1 c. Nov. 14, 1940 ; 

I 27256. 

Bradley, Curtis. 10901 

Automobile radiator or hood orna- 
ment. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27201. 

Broome, John C. 10902 

Baffleless oven — flue damper. © 1 c. 
Nov. 23, 1940 ; I 27328. 

Brower, Charles S. 10903 

Our nation. © Nov. 12, 1940; K 
47252. 

Brov7n instrument co. 10904-10909 

Brown chart, 400. © Sept. 24, 1940 ; 
I 27233. 

5143. © July 23, 1940 ; I 27227. 

5146. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; I 27231. 

Brown instrument co. flow meter 
chart, 12005. © Oct. 7, 1940; I 27311. 

12073. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; I 27219. 

12097. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; I 27310. 

Burger, Harry S. 10910 

Liberty stamp. © Oct. 25, 1940; K 



Carruth, Charles E. 10911 

Inspiration Point, Pilot Knob, near 
Denton, Tex., 17. © Oct. 7, 1940; K 
47289. 

Ceperly, Walter R. 10912 

Erasing, polishing, cleaning and 
brushing instrument. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27342. 



Chambers, John W. 10913 

Deep well pump. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1940 ; I 27216. 

Chater, Robertt R. 10914, 10915 

Triangle building co. : 
Floor, basement, foundation and 
plot plan, 621. — Section and kitchen 
cupboard detail, 621. © 1 c. each Nov. 
15, 1940; 127266,27267. 

Christ church, Alexandria, Va. 10916 
Christ church. Interior, Alexandria, 
Va. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; K 47265. 

Cleveland community fund. 10917 

Let's give all we can. © Oct. 21, 
1940 ; K 47000. 

Glutton, Sam W. 10918 

Four common forms of imputed tele- 
sis © Oct. 28, 1940 ; K 47223. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc., 

10919 

Sparky. © Oct. 21, 1940 ; I 27192. 
Commercial appeal. 10920 

Star Spangled Banner. © Nov. 10, 
1940; K 47340. 

Consolo, Carmella. 10921,10922 

Fathers of the United States.— Fath- 
ers of the United States, showing Mrs. 
Consolo holding the banner. © Sept 
30, 1940; J 31308, 31367. 

Coutts, J. A. 10923 

Tree shaker, designed to aid in gath- 
ering fruits and nuts. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 
1930 ; I 27269. 

Cox, Edward Robert. 10924-10926 

Connoisseur. — Troubadour. — Virtu- 
oso. © 1 c. each Oct. 17, 1940 ; J 31312- 
31314. 

Davidson, Payson. 10927 

Today and tomorrow, Pres. Roosevelt 
and Statue of Liberty. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; 
K 47188. 

Davis, Chris. 10928 

New type repeating hog ringer. © 
1 c. Nov. 23, 1940 ; I 27331. 

DeWoskin, Philip. 10929 

Rosary. © Oct. 30, 1940 : J 31285. 

Drew, John James. 10930 

Two-four airplane propeller blade. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27341. 

Dunham, Vivian. 10931 

Dunham (Vivian) conversation con- 
certs. © Oct. 27, 1940 ; K 47334. 



247 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



10932 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Du Pont de Nemours (E. I.) & co., inc. 

10932 

Lester's Enjoy's Wahoo, by William 
Harnden Foster. © Nov. 14, 1940; K 
47298. 
Dykes, Melville C. 10933 

Restaurant pad and holder. © 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1940; I 27203. 

Echterling, Hubert H. 10934 

Combination spacer and form sup- 
port. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27348. 

Elton, Carey Forrest. 10935, 10936 

True scale music monitor. — True 
scale music stroboscope. © Sept. 7, 
1940; I 27249, 27250. 

Ever ready label corp. 10937, 10938 

America first. — Prom patriots of yes- 
terday to Americans today. © Aug. 5, 
1940 ; K 47291, 47292. 

Ferguson, Charles E. 10939 

New type ash receiver made of paper 
pulp. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1940; I 27330. 

Fisher (S. O.) inc. 10940 

Lynchburg [Va.] municipal stadium, 
aerial view. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; J 31286. 

Fonck, Mike J. 10941-10944 

Sanitary trailer camp unit : 
Double. — Quadruple. — S ingle. — 
Triple. © 1 c. each Oct. 23, 1940; I 
27221-27224. 
Foxboro CO. 10945-10948 

Poxboro CO. [thermometer chart] 
878594. — Foxboro co. [thermometer or 
pressure gauge chart] 86822 A. — Fox- 
boro CO. [thermometer psychrometer or 
pressure gauge chart] 898593. — Fox- 
boro [thickness recorder chart] 79A595. 
© Nov. 12, 1940; I 27262-27265. 
Frick collection. 10949 

Barnyard and tree with two seated 
figures ; by Rembrandt [Hermanszoon] 
van Rijn. © Nov. 20, 1940; H 1857. 

Friedman, David. 10950 

Home with the U kitchen. © 1 c. 
Nov. 9, 1940 ; I 27306. 
General electric co. 10951 

Beauty and quality, a rare combina- 
tion, GE. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; K 47108. 

General foods corp. 10952-10957 

Cheer, Merry Christmas, etc. — Greet- 
ings, Cheer, Good cheer, etc. — Greet- 
ings, Christmas, etc. — Greetings, Merry 
Christmas, etc. — G r e e t i n g s , Merry 
Christmas, Noel, etc. — Greetings, To — 
from. Best wishes, etc. © Sept. 18, 
1940 ; K 47233^7238. 



George (Edwin Stanton) studios, inc. 

10958 
Hill monument. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1940 ; 
I 27236. 

Grewe, Raymond K. 10959 

Rotary oil well drill bit. © 1 c. Nov. 
22, 1940 ; I 27303. 

Gross, William August. 10960 

Bird training and shipping carton. 
© 1 c. Oct. 11, 1940 ; I 27243. 

Gustafson, George Henning. 10961 

Adjustable standard or easel. © 1 c. 
Nov. 4, 1940 ; I 27228. 

Hackett, Charles A. 10962 

Windmill. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1940; J 
31370. 

Hall, Alice. 10968 

Lincoln (Abraham) and his family. 
© Oct. 16, 1940 ; K 47189. 

Hanfstaengl, Franz. 10964 

Herbstblumen am see, 13532; by 

Hans Dieter. © Oct. 27, 1940 ; H 1854. 

Hardwick, Estelle. 10965 

New improved brassiere design, form 
fit. © 1 c. Nov. 23, 1940 ; I 27329. 

Hawaiian hotels, ltd. 10966-10972 

Kelly (John) : 

Big surf at Waikiki, Hawaii. © 
Sept. 21, 1940 ; K 47229. 

Bread fruit, Hawaii. © Oct. 8, 
1940 ; K 47227. 

Fisherman, Hawaii. © Sept. 12, 
1940 ; K 47228. 

Hawaiian night. © Oct. 6, 1940 ; K 
47224. 

Healani, Hawaii. © Oct. 7, 1940; 
K 47226. 

Hula dancer, Hawaii. © Oct. 4, 
1940 ; K 47230. 

Lei maker, Hawaii. © Sept. 5, 
1940 ; K 47225. 

Henderstein, Jacob. 10973 

Two of the greatest books in the 
world . . . they will help make you 
happy. Do you have both? © 1 e. Nov. 
5, 1940 ; J 31317. 

Horechney, Frank. 10974 

Combination window. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1940 ; I 27338. 

Howell, Edwin Russell. 10975 

Under-ground shelter plans for air- 
raid shelter, H-B 4-40. © 1 c. Nov. 
16. 1940 ; I 27268. 



248 



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no. 11, 1940 



1102S 



Hudson, Joshua C. 10976 

Airplane runwav clearance of ice and 
snow. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27336. 

Industrial equities, inc. 10977-10998 
Do our production machines have an 
inferiority complex, 14. — Don't be a 
fuss-budget ! A cash award will fix 
you up. — Don't wait! Send us your 
idea now, 36. — Everybody has time to 
think. — Help drive costs down and 
share in the savings, 3. — Here's your 
chance to cash in on your ideas for 
eliminating unnecessary expenses. 23. — 
Little leaks can cause large losses, 19. — 
Locomotives are hogs. They'll consume 
all the coal you'll feed them, 8-R. — 
Maybe you tear up a $100. bill every 
Monday, 46. — Merry Christmas. — Pa- 
rade of ideas. Submit your ideas 
now. — Star employees are award win- 
ners, 51. — Wanted, constructive think- 
er, 41. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; K 47113-47125. 
Don't let somebody's line of bull 
keep you from sending in your ideas 
now, 17. — Don't let your suggestions 
get sidetracked, 38. — Gee ! I thought of 
that idea for reducing cost of mainte- 
nance six months ago, 42. — It may be a 
closed season for ducks, but it's always 
open season . . , 21. — Keep bowling in 
the suggestions and you're bound to 
make a strike, 25. — Look at this im- 
proved production record, 52. — Perfect 
shipping — better handling, packaging, 
stowing and service, 8. — Wasting fuel is 
costly, 29. — You don't have to be a Sher- 
lock Holmes, 12. © Oct. 31, 1940; K 
47325-47333. 

Isola art co. 10999, 11000 

Isola (Andrew J.) : 
Jesus and Mary. © Julv 10, 1940 ; 
K 47221. 

Theresa (St.) of the child Jesus, 118. 
© Aug. 23, 1940 ; K 47222. 

Jackson (C. R.) co. 11001 

Other fellow's sister. © Sept. 16, 
1940 ; K 47232. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 

11002-11005 
Projector and army kit containing 35 
slidefilms, 91065.— Technical slidefilms 
instructing U. S. army soldiers, 91068. — 
U. S. army mechanics learn auto serv- 
icing at Camp Halabird, 91066. — Visual 
training at Camp Halabird, Md., 91067. 
© Oct 10, 1940 ; J 31304-31307. 

Janes, G. E. 11006 

New type door knob. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 
1940 : I 27238. 



Janke, Arthur. 11007 

Compression ignition air-cooled air- 
craft engine. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940; I 
27339. 

Jones, A. W. (Al) 11008 

A. W. (Al) Jones check and control 
system. © Oct. 8, 1940; K 47106. 

Jones, J. H. 11009 

Clothespin. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940; I 

27197. 

Kalvelage, Fredinand L. 11010 

God and the church, the safeguard 

of country. © Oct. 31, 1940 ; K 47248. 

Keith (George E.) co. 11011 

Walk - over f ootograph measuring 
system. © Oct. 9, 1940 ; I 27226. 

Keller, Walter J. 11012 

Cleaning material holder, © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1940 ; I 27217. 

Kelly, Carl D. 11013 

Folding sled. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; 
I 27340. 

Kemp, Harold. 11014 

Kemp's streamlined bed pan. © 1 c 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27345. 

King features syndicate, inc. 

11015-11023 
Dionne quintuplets with guard of- 
ficer and Tony, E 92. — Fingerprints of 
Annette Dionne. — Fingerprints of Cecile 
Dionne. — Fingerprints of Emilie 
Dionne. — Fingerprints of Marie 
Dionne. — Finger prints of Yvonne 
Dionne. — Five Dionne quintuplets with 
Dr. Dafoe, nurses and Ontario officers, 
F 63 A. — Identification discs of Dionne 
quintuplets. F 63 B & C. — Johnson 
{Lieut. Col W. W.) and Dr. Dafoe, F 
63 B & C. © Oct. 20, 1940 ; J 31276- 
31284. 

Kinner, Wayne J. 11024 

Automobile wheel fender or guard. 
© 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 : I 27211. 

Kjolso, Milton R. 11025 

Combined salt and pepper shaker. © 
1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 : I 27209. 

Klein, Henry. 11026 

Good sense girls, roll of honor. © 
Oct. 14, 1940 ; K 47253. 

Kramer, Henry Joseph. 11027 

Trisection of the angle. © 1 c. Nov. 
4, 1940 ; I 27298. 

Landry, Adolphus Henry. 11028 

Upright shaft clutch for looms. © 
1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27349. 



249 



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11029 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Leeds & Northrup co. 11029-11050 

[Leeds & Northrup co. recorder 

paper] 231. © Dec. 28, 1939; I 27276. 

551. © July 29, 1940 ; I 27277. 

558. © July 27, 1940 ; I 28282. 

560, 564-566. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; 

I 27278-27280, 27283. 

559, 562. © Aug. 22, 1940; I 

27275, 27286. 

© Aug. 26, 1940 ; I 27281. 
© Oct. 10, 1940; I 27287. 
© Oct. 21, 1940; I 27284. 
© Oct. 24, 1940; I 27285. 
model R chart, 1166. © 
; I 27288. 

© July 29, 1940 ; I 27289. 
© Aug. 22, 1940; I 



563. 

— 570. 
■ 571. 

572. 

Micromax 

July 30, 1940 

1167. 

1168, 1170. 

27290, 27292. 

1169. 

1171. 

1172. 

1173. 

1174. 



© July 24, 1940 ; I 27291. 

© Aug. 23, 1940 ; I 27293. 

© Sept. 20, 1940 ; I 27294. 

© Oct. 23, 1940; I 27295. 

© Oct. 29, 1940; I 27296. 
Levack, Henry. 11051 

Adjustable shade and Venetian blind 
roller. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27195. 

Lone Ranger, inc. 11052 

Lone Ranger feature book no. 21. © 
July 22, 1940 ; K 47107. 

Lutheran inner mission league. 11053 
Light that shineth in darkness. © 
Sept. 26, 1940 ; K 47105. 

Lynch, Charlotte. 11054 

Colored fog light projecting device. 
© 1 c. Nov. 4, 1940 ; I 27225. 

McKenzie, L. D. 11055 

Gold King. © Oct. 31, 1940; K 

47247. 

McLean, Frank W. 11056-11059 

Carry all for travelers. — Screen 
hangers. — Self balancing sash in skele- 
ton frame. © 1 c. each Sept. 30, 1940 ; 
I 27251-27253. 

Improved wheelbarrow. © 1 c. Nov. 
5, 1940 ; I 27254. 

Mahoney construction co. 11060, 11061 
Bungalow in Margate City, N. J. — 
Bungalow in Ventnor City, N. J. © 1 c. 
each Nov. 13, 1940 ; I 27260, 27261. 

Malvin, Elmer C. 11062 

Wedge-sealed piston ring. © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1940 ; I 27194. 



Martin, William. 11063 

Hollow handle vent bottle or jug. © 
1 c. Nov. 25, 1940; I 27327. 

Marvel mfg. co. 11064 

Canadian army tank, Vickers type. 
© Sept. 1, 1940 ; I 27220. 

Mauroner, Curtis. 11065 

Strawberry grading machine. © 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27204. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 11066, 11067 

Babies supervised by physicians are 
better babies, 25. © Oct. 23, 1940; K 
47337. 

Family meal; by Bernhard Pothast. 
© Oct. 30, 1940; K 47297. 

Mechem, Maurice R. 11068 

Travelers' toothbrush. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1940 ; I 27344. 

Mendel, Catherine. 11069 

Pipe cleaner. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940; 
I 27346. 

Meyer, Richard Andrew. 11070, 11071 
Atta bomb, A-B airwarship, pyrotech- 
nic model aircraft, cellophane Incite 
resinoids aeroplane, etc. © Aug. 22, 
1940 ; I 27229. 

Streamline strainer filter. © Aug. 
7, 1940 ; I 27230. 

Midwest locomotive works. 

11072-11074 

Columbia Diesel 8"x8" 4 cycle, 

12V88D5001, 12V88D5002, 12V88D5003. 

© 1 c. each Nov. 22, 1940; I 27307- 

27309. 

Minster, Irwin E. 11075 

Folding dinette set. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1940 ; I 27213. 

Mohr, Elizabeth F. Kells. 11076 

Solar actuated cooler. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 
1940 ; I 27210. 

Morris & Bendien, inc. 11077, 11078 

Pearson (Marguerite S.) : 
Intermezzo. — Rehearsal. © Nov. 
18, 1940 ; K 47263, 47264. 

Murphy, George H. 11079 

Remember, no matter what comes out 
here, be careful what goes in here. © 
Nov. 7, 1940 ; K 47259. 

Naar, Constance Joan. 11080 

Rogers (Will) I never met a man I 

didn't like. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; K 47001. 

National industrial conference board, 
inc. 11081-11083 



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no. 11, 1940 



11148 



Exports of iron and steel scrap, 
United States, 1929-1940. © Nov. 8, 
1940 ; I 27324. 

Factory output, United States, 1937. 
© Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27325. 

Man hours per unit of productioji, 
manufacturing industries, 1939-1940. 
© Nov. 22, 1940 ; I 27326. 
National photo & news service. 

11084, 11085 

First cavalry division, Fort Bliss, 
Tex., Jan. 27, 1940, Maj. Gen. Kenyon 
A. Joyce commanding. — First cavalry 
division. Fort Bliss, Tex., Jan. 27, 1940, 
Maj. Gen. Kenyon A. Joyce command- 
ing, with fort in background. © Feb. 
27, 1940 ; J 31309, 31310. 
Naugle, Reginald B. 11086 

Permator. © 1 c. Nov. 13, 1940; I 
27255. 
Neumann, Henry C. 11087 

Milk and drinking bottle combined. 
© 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27207. 

Noble, Flossie Whitehead. 11088 

Quick-wet pie baking set. © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1940 ; I 27206. 

Noid, Elmer Francis. 11089 

Tree surgery. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1940; 
J 31316. 



Norcross. 



11090-11148 



Best of birthdays for the best of 
friends, 10B68. — Birthday greetings 
from a poor working gal, 10B1060. — 
Bridge fans, 12T212.— Did you think 
I'd forget that your birthday is here? 
5B1021. — Everything is upside down 
since you've been sick, 10C320. — Happy 
anniversary with all ups and no downs 
this year, 10W456. — Happy birthday 
and take a tip from me, 10B1076. — 
Happy birthday to you, ma, 10B688. — 
Just a-sitting here and thinking of a 
birthday wish that's new, 5B1025. — 
On your birthday, see a card and pick 
it up, 10B1078.— Operation ! Say it isn't 
sew, 10C473.— Park here, 12T221.— So 
you're home from the hospital, tra-la, 
tra-la, 10C453.— Susie-Q tally, 12T220.— 
Yoo hoo ! Happy birthday, 5B1023. © 
Aug. 9, 1940; K 47126, 47131, 47135, 
47137-47139, 47141, 47142, 47144, 47147, 
47148, 47151, 47152, 47157, 47161. 

Bobbie-Q place card, 3T492.— Bobbie- 
Q tally, 12T229.— Merry American 
Christmas, in the good old American 
way, 10N284. — Saluting you on your 
birthday! Hail, hail, your birthday's 
here, 15B1080. — Susie-Q place card, 
3T491.~Susie-Q tally, 12T230. © Sept. 
6, 1940; K 47129, 47130, 47132, 47133, 
47153, 47155. 



Bobbie-Q tally, 12V7.— Susie-Q tally, 
12V6. © June 5, 1940 ; K 47127, 47128. 

Congratulations ! A gal with your 
brains, your looks and your ways, 
10GN49. — Nice going ! Congratulations, 
4GN47. — To the graduate, you're on 
the crest of the wave today, 5GN46. © 
July 5, 1940 ; K 47140, 47143, 47164. 

Congratulations old man ! Ain't 
babies a delight, 10R112.— Dear dad . . . 
I fell for you the day we met, 
10FD34.— Hi there, pop! Hope Fa- 
ther's day is just tip top, 10FD47.— To 
mom, from one of her admirers on 
Mother's day, 10FD48. © Aug. 23, 
1940 ; K 47146, 47149, 47150, 47158. 

For mother's birthday, 25B671. © 
Feb. 10, 1940 ; K 47177. 

For your birthday — it's a quaint old- 
fashioned custom when a special day is 
due, 10B337. © May 1, 1940 ; K 47154. 

For your birthday. It's just the 
same old birthday wish, 15B71. — Get a 
big kick out of your birthday, 
15B1035.— Hi toots! How ya doin'? 
15C310. — Land sakes! It's your birth- 
day, 15B1059. — Ping goes another birth- 
day ! Hope it's a happy one, 
15B1055. — 'Tain't everyone who's a 
brand new pop, so congratulations! 
15R111.— What's this I hear? You're 
sick in bed, 25C303. © Aug. 9, 1940; 
K 47167-47170, 47179, 47180, 47183. 

Get well soon, 10C505. © Apr. 29, 
1940 ; K 47156. 

Graduated? I knew you'd do it! 
15GN48, 15GN49.— Happy birthday to 
you! I won't send this by wire, 
15B1058. © July 5, 1940; K 47165, 
47166, 47181. 

Happy birthday dearest ! 25B987. © 
Oct. 11, 1940 ; K 47178. 

Happy birthday, sister! 25B792. © 
June 14, 1940 ; K 47184. 

Here's to both of you on your anni- 
versary, 15W455. © Aug. 15, 1940; K 
47173. 

I'm thinking of you today! 10R881. 
© July 29, 1940 ; K 47163. 

In the groove for a happy birthday, 
15B1071. © Sept. 23, 1940 ; K 47172. 

It bowls me over to hear you're sick ! 
15C309. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; K 47174. 

It's those we love we think about in 
a very special way, 25E404. © June 5, 
1940 ; K 47176. 

My stars ! It's your birthday again, 
15B1073. — Rip-roarin' birthday is my 
wish for you, 10B1050. © Oct. 11, 
1940 ; K 47136, 47159. 



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11149 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Norcross — Continued. 

Raise Cain, dad, on Father's day, 
25FD32. — To mother who makes a hit 
with me ! 25MD44. — To the world's best 
husband on Father's day, 15FD57. © 
Aug. 23, 1940 ; K 47171, 47175, 47182. 

Season's greetings, 25N604. © Mar. 
2, 1940 ; K 47134. 

So you've had your tonsils out! 
10C479. © July 17, 1940 ; K 47162. 

S-s-sh! It's your secret pal saying, 
happy birthday! 10B588. © Aug. 16, 
1940 ; K 47160. 

Wish it were more but I hope you'll 
like it, 5R917. © Aug. 30, 1940; K 
47145. 

O. K. press, inc. 11149 

Season's greetings. © Oct. 6, 1940; 
K 47288. 

Obrist, Miriam Alice. 11150 

Price marker for display purposes, 
additional designs. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27332. 

O'Donnell, Charles Richard. 11151 

Mandibular nerve blocker. © 1 c. 
Oct. 31, 1940; I 27300. 

Oettel, Maxwell L. 11152 

Concrete mat protected shelter. © 1 
c. Nov. 8, 1940 ; I 27301. 

Olsen, Niels O. 11153 

Castle on hill. Cathedral room, Morri- 
son cave. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; J 31318. 

Ottavino, Adamo. 11154, 11155 

Cardin memorial. — Donohue memo- 
rial. © 1 c. each Oct. 23, 1940 ; I 
27244, 27245. 

Pacific medical laboratories. 11156 

Pregnancy test, as seen in the labora- 
tory animal. © Nov. 18, 1940 ; K 47287. 

Personal products corp, 11157-11161 
[Diagram of cross section of lower 
trunk of the female body] 1. — [Dia- 
gram of uterus, ovary and fallopian 
tube] 3, 5.— [Menstruation] 6. — [Ovu- 
lation] 4. © Nov. 1, 1940: I 27270- 
27274. 

Perteit, Elizabeth. 11162 

Self-flouring rolling pin. © 1 c. Oct. 
28, 1940 ; I 27234. 

Popularada co. 11163 

After eight years, isn't it time for a 
change? © Oct. 5, 1940; K 47267. 

Powell, LeRoy G. 11164 

Combination egg holder and stand. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27350. 



Pracchia, Peter John. 11165 

Means for latching and unlatching 
swing closures. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940; 
I 27218. 

Price, Norman. 11166, 11167 

America's first battleship, the Consti- 
tution. — Give me liberty or give me 
death. © Nov. 18, 1940; K 47299, 
47300. 

Protectall motor signal, inc. 11168 

Introducing Miss Carrie Cot. © 1 c. 
Aug. 19, 1940 ; J 31315. 

Providence lithograph co. 11169-11201 
Am I my brother's keeper? — Earth's 
first people. — Father of a new nation. — 
Foolish son. — In the beginning, God. — 
King of God's people. — Man of faith 
and daring. — Man who threw away his 
great strength. © Oct. 11, 1940; K 
47239-47246. 

Chinese friends at church. © Nov. 
15, 1940 ; K 47296. 

Everyone helps at church. — Give ye 
them to eat. — Grandmother's helper. — 
Jesus is coming. — Jesus .visits Zac- 
chaeus. — My son is found again. © 
Oct. 23, 1940 ; K 47272-47277. 

Ezra, the faithful teacher. — Haggai, 
the persistent counsellor. — Last Old 
Testament prophet. — Stand with God's 
people. — True to God in godless sur- 
roundings. — When foreign languages be- 
gan. — Young king's discovery. © Oct. 
11, 1940 ; K 47190-^7196. 
Fredericks (William) : 

Back to the homeland again. — Vic- 
tory in God's spirit. © Oct. 11, 1940; 
H 1855, 1856. 

God gives beautiful things in win- 
ter. — God's care of birds. © Nov. 20, 
1940 ; K 47293, 47294. 

In the Pharisee's home.- — In the 
vineyard. — Jesus stood among them. — 
Jesus taught in the temple. — Saying 
thank you to Jesus, — When Jesus died 
on the cross. © Oct. 21, 1940 ; K 47278- 
47283. 

Visit to a grandfather. © Nov. 15, 
1940 ; K 47295. 

Reese, Franklin & Good, Raymond Mon- 
roe. 11202 
Durable master hydraulic vise. © 
1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27205. 

Reisch, Martin. 11203 

Barn door latch. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 

1940 ; I 27193. 

Richardson, Cynthia B. 11204 

Susie Cucumber letters for children. 

© Sept. 23, 1940 ; K 47201. 



252 



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no. 11, 1940 



11349 



Richter, Wilmer S. 11205 

Old Main, Peuna. state college. © 
Oct. 1, 1940 ; K 47231. 

Ritter & Ritter, inc. 11206, 11207 

American springtones. — Three on a 

match. © 1 c. each Nov. 14, 1940; I 

27258, 27259. 

Roberts, Francis. 11208 

We want you to use more air mail 
to help US for a greater air defense. 
© Oct. 3, 1940 ; K 47197. 

Rosebush, John C. 11209 

Screw driver. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940; 
I 27196. 

Rosenberg (Albert) of Michael 278. 

11210 
Presidents of the United States of 
America before Washington. © Sept. 
28, 1940 ; J 31311. 

Rovelli, Augusto. 11211,11212 

Combination can puncher, tablespoon 

measure, bottle opener, scraper. © 1 

e. Nov. 8, 1940 ; I 27237. 

4 in 1 kitchen tool. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 

1940 ; I 27232. 

Schestopol, Benjamin. 11213 

Scrubbing brush. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27347. 

Schettler, Amanda. 11214-11216 

Carrots. — Carrots and Sandy. — 

Sandy. © Oct. 31, 1940 ; K 47255-^7257. 



Schillinger, Robert J. 



11217 



Glareproof glasses for nightdriving. 
© 1 e. Oct. 10, 1940 ; I 27242. 

Schmitz, Frank. 11218 

Improved curtain stretcher. © 1 c. 
Oct. 25, 1940; I 27241. 

Schmitz, William. 11219 

America on wheels. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ; K 47290. 

Schneider, John. 11220 

Combined brush and comb. © 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27215. 

Simplet electric co. 11221 

Simplet adjustable messenger device. 
© 1 c. Oct. 19, 1940; I 27302. 

Sinclair, Robert. 11222 

Traffic aid. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940; I 
27337. 

Smith, Silas Roscoe & Greek, C. Glenn. 

11223 
Bait bucket. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 
27343. 



Spiegel bros. 11224, 11225 

Floralite. — Holli-lite. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 23, 1940 ; J 31302, 31303. 

Steele, Roy G. 11226 

New type cotter key. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 
1940 ; I 27235. 

Stone & Webster engineering corp. 

11227-11238 

Vapor-liquid equilibria : 
Ethane, D - 3.635. — Ethylene, 
D-3.634. — Iso-butane, D - 3.640. — Iso- 
pentane, D-3.642.— Methane, D-3.633.— - 
N-butane, D - 3.641. — N-heptane, 
D-3.645. — N-hexane, D-3.644. — N-oc^ 
tane, D-3.646.— N-pentane, D-3.643.— 
Propane, D-3.637.— Propylene, D-3.636. 
© Aug. 1, 1940 ; I 27312-27323. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 11239-11242 
Tag chart, A-110-30-9. © Oct. 17, 

1940 ; I 27246. 
C-VM-105-O-127. © Nov. 6, 

1940 ; I 27240. 
200-O-PT. © Nov. 18, 1940; I 

27304. 

1200-50a-IR. © Oct. 28, 1940; 

I 27297. 

Taylor instrument cos. 11243, 11244 
Taylor, Toronto, Canada, chart, 
OP1106. — Taylor, Toronto, Canada, re- 
cording thermometer chart, OP1251. © 
Oct. 4, 1940 ; I 27247, 27248. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 11245-11349 
After you, my dear Alphonse, 
C-226.-— Bull of a boner, C-167.— Care- 
free, C-255. — Cheek to cheek, and heart 
to heart, O-250.— Daring, C-258.— Dis 
shower am busted, but ah still am o. k., 
C-249.— Distress signal, C-229.— Filled 
to capacity, C-158. — Fishy story, 
C-94.— Frivolous, C-253.— Fun's over, 
C-133. — Haven't heard from ya! 
Haven't seen ya! Why not write? 
C-117, — Havin' a whale of a time, 
C-98. — Hey you ! Tell me — why don't 
yuh write? C-119.— I got the limit, 
C-227. — I is busy 'scuse de view, 
C-248. — I know I should be in the dog 
house, C-169. — I'd like to sit down and 
write you a line, C-150. — Inspiration, 
C-257.— I've just been to . . . C-120.— 
Little behind in my fun, C-170. — Now 
don't yo' dawdle roun' here, bo, C-246. — 
Out where the West begins and where 
men are men, C-228. — Perch and pick- 
erel parade, C-97. — Purty p i g t u r e 
down on the farm, C-166. — Sea nymph, 
C-259.— S h a p e 1 y beauties, C-93.— 
Staffed and stocked completely, we live 
comfortably and cheaply, C-183. — 



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11350 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt IV, n. S., V. 35 



Teich (Curt) & co., inc. — Continued. 

Striking, C-256. — Sun goes down in 
Trailer Town, C-189. — Sure I'm out and 

having a li of a time, C-116. — 

Team-mates, C-252. — They can't wait, 
C-96.— Twirling tempest, C-251.— 
We're not puttin' on the dog, C-181. — 
When clothing's reduced to the smallest 
fraction, C-147. — When I ain't eatin', 
or sleepin' or fishin', C-245. — While out 
to see the silent water, C-149. — While 
waiting on her lawn, C-148. — Winsome, 
C-254.— Write me back at, C-118.— You 
all can see without a guess dat I is in an 
awful mess, C-247. — Youth must be 
served, C-92. © Oct. SO, 1940; K 
47040-47082. 

Air-conditioned, C-8. — Backhouse 
blues, C-6. — Eatin', drinkin' and makin' 
Mary, C-79.— Fish before bliss, C-50.— 
Fishy greeting, C-91. — Glamour girl in 
brief attire, C-58. — Greetings from, S- 
511— S-520.— I'm all washed up, G- 
53. — I'm revealing to you how hot I 
can get, C-55. — Many a slip, C-49. — 
Many a snooper has lost his sight, C- 
46. — One thing every girl should know, 
C-54.— Quittin' for good, C-35.— Rush 
call, G-7.— Scotch post office, C-10.— 
Shadows that pass in the night, C-9. — 
Two hearts beating as one, 0-70. — U. S. 
air corps, USA-5. — U. S. coast artillery, 
USA-1.— U. S. field artillery, USA-2.— 
U. S. infantry, USA-3.— U. S. navy, 
USN-1-5. — When the day is done and 
my work through, C-56. — When the 
weather is hot I feel in the mood, C- 
57. © Oct. 30, 1940; K 47002-47036, 
47038, 47039. 

Archer-ette, C-260.— At the end of 
the trail where old friends meet, C- 
280. — Come up and ski me sometime, 
C-286.— Hello, sitting pretty ! C-28L— 
Here I stand, forlorn and gray, C- 
275. — If I don't get a line from you, 
I'm sunk, C-284. — I'm on my way and 
doin' fine, C-288.~I'm really hockey- 
strickin', C-290. — Latch on the door is 
open to all, C-273. — 'Snow use talking, 
I can't get away from this place, C- 
285. — This house watches over the fields 
of clover, C-277. — This is the time, I'm 
going places, C-287. — Too busy travel- 
ing to write a letter, C-278. — Travel- 
ing in fast company, C-283. — Two 
houses by the roadside, places of human 
need, C-279. — U. S, mechanized cavalry, 
USA-4. — We are not experts, but we're 
havin' lotsa fun, C-282. — Wish you were 
here, there's something happening all 
the time, C-289. © Oct. 30, 1940; K 
47083-47100. 



Greetings from Cheyenne, Wy., 
OBIOO-N. — Greetings from Elldiart, 
Ind., OB-H686.— Greetings from Penn- 
sylvania, OB-H864.— Greetings from 
Richmond, Ind., OB-H839.— Quick re- 
sults you're sure to get, OB-H732. — 
You bet you'll feel like a million, OB- 
H731. © June 11, 1940 j K 47318- 
47323. 

Views of scenic Rib Mountain, 
Wausau, Wis. OB-H852. © July 2, 
1940 ; K 46998. 
Thompson, Andrew O. 11350 

Grass root separator. © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1940; I 27212. 
Thompson (Anson W.) co. 

11351-11355 

C. [Cartoon of bear leaning on and 
guarding initial C] © Sept. 1, 1940; 
K 47185. 

Fordham. [Seven comic rams bal- 
ancing letters, Fordham, on noses] © 
Sept. 16, 1940 ; K 47186. 

Mustangs. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; K 47249. 

Wisconsin : 

[Wisconsin and seal together with 
comic collegiate badger mascots] — 
[Wisconsin football player together 
with Wisconsin badger mascot in top 
hat] © Oct. 2, 1940; K 47250, 47251. 

Todd, John C. & De Michael, Angelo. 

11356 
Tele-map for automobile or locomo- 
tives. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27214. 

Turner, Theodora P. 11357 

Our Lady of Hope; by Sister St. 

Marthe de B^hanie. © Nov. 1, 1940; 

K 47219. 

Ulibas, M. V. 11358 

Rapid fire machine gun. © 1 c. Nov. 

8, 1940 ; I 27239. 

Universal importing co. 11359 

There'll always be an England. © 

Nov. 20, 1940 ; K 47324. 

Verner, Elizabeth O'Neill. 11360 

Dock Street theatre, Charleston, S. C. 
© Nov. 15, 1940 ; K 47258. 

Vitagraph, inc. 11361-11408 

S. N. 1-41, S. N. 43-49. © Nov. 7, 
1940 ; J 31319-31366. 
Wahlund, Gustaf R. 11409 

Antiaircraft projectile. © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1940 ; I 27202. 

Warren (Virgil A.) advertising. 11410 
Case of deluxe service especially for 
Chevrolet owners from Inland Chevro- 
let CO., Spokane. © Sept. 20, 1940; K 
47220. 



254 



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no. 11, 1940 



11430 



Warren national bank. 



11411 



Springtime in the Allegheny Valley 
at Kinzua. © Oct. 31, 1940; K 47266. 

Washington press-photo bureau. 11412 
Seventy-sixth Congress of the United 
States of America. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; K 
47262. 

Webb, H. Pascal. 11413 

Mission San Gabriel. © Oct. 1, 
1940 ; K 47217. 

Weber, Lawrence J. 11414 

Trouble-lite. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 
27333. 

Weed, W. L. 11415, 11416 

Private lunch. — Tooza crowd. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 21, 1940; J 31368, 31369. 

Westinghouse electric & mfg. co. 11417 
Race to market, 1941 ; by Anton Otto 
Fischer. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; K 47339. 

Wilhelm, Donald, jr. 11418 

Drip-proof improved oiler. © 1 c. 
Nov. 13, 1940; 127257. 

Willard, Stephen H. 11419-11424 

Desert lily in bloom near Palm 
Springs, Calif., OB-H926.— Palo verde 
tree blooming on the desert near Palm 
Springs, Calif., OB-H925. © Oct. 10, 
1940 ; K 47335, 47336. 



Palm Springs, Calif. : 

Beaver tail cactus (Opuntia) 
blooming near, OB-H927. — Horseback 
riders on the desert near, OB-H930. — 
Yuccas blooming near, OB-H931. © 
Oct. 12, 1940 ; K 47110-47112. 

Palm Springs, Calif, and Mt. San 
Jacinto as seen from the air, OB-H906. 
© Sept. 20, 1940 ; K 47109. 

Wilson, Thomas L. 11425 

One child seesaw. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27335. 

Wilson mechanical instrument co., inc. 

11426 
Vulcan, god of fire and of metal 
work; by Rockwell Kent. © Nov. 19, 
1940 ; K 47261. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc. 11427 

New antibacterial chemotherapeutic 
agent. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1940 ; J 31371. 

Wirth, Richard R. 11428 

Pocket first-aid kit. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27351. 

Witham, Howard Woodward. 11429 
Monadnock (Mt.) © 1 c. Oct. 30, 
1940 ; J 31275. 

Woo, Edward. 11430 

Projected dial for radio. © 1 c. Oct. 
24, 1940 ; I 27208. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 101 one-copy entries) 321 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 1,410 one-copy entries) 2,332 

Photographs (including 536 one-copy entries) 1,695 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 1,055 contributions to 
periodicals and other one-copy entries) „ 3,546 

Total.™ 7,894 



255 



PRINTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT 
HAS BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909 [11430 



Coolidge, C. M. 1 

His station and four aces. © Brown 
& Bigelow, St. Paul. R 90975, Oct. 28, 
1940. 

Dreyfous, Albert. 2 

Engine 47, New York fire dept. © 
Albert Dreyfous, New York. R 90980, 
Oct. 23, 1940. 

Ferris, J. L. G. 3 

Birth of Old Glory. © Brown & 
Bigelow, St. Paul. R 90974, Oct. 28, 
1940. 



Moran, Thomas. 4 

Twilight hour. © Brown & Bigelow, 
St. Paul. R 90977, Oct. 28, 1940. 

Russell, C. M. 5-8 

Caught with the goods. R 90979, Oct. 
28, 1940. 

Close quarters. R 90973, Oct. 28, 
1940. 

In the wake of the buffalo runners. 
R 90976, Oct. 28, 1940. 

Jerkline. R 90978, Oct. 28, 1940. 

© Brown & Bigelow, St. Paul. 



256 



LABELS 



Adams co., Asbury Park. 11431 

Jiffy coin trick. For magical novelty. 
© Oct. 30, 1940; KK 2175. 

A-Ioaf baking co., inc., Crawfordsville, 
Ind. 11432 

A-loaf bread. For bread. © Oct. 15, 

1940 ;KK 1771. 

American maize products co., New York. 

11433, 11434 

Laundry starch labels, design G. For 
laundry starch. © Oct. 19, 1940; KK 
1223. 

design L. For laundry starch. 

© Oct. 19, 1940 ; KK 1224. 

Amic chemical works div.. Paramount 
sales Corp. See Paramount sales 
Corp., Amic chemical works div. 

Art lyrics. See Ogilby (Isabelle Hoeh- 
ling) 

AutoFRYstop CO., Philadelphia. 11435 

AutoFYRstop. For fire extinguisher 

& alarm. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 1799. 

Awful Fresh MacFarlane, Berkeley, 
Calif. 11436 

Awful Fresh MacFarlane, the Scotch 
candymaker. For candy, nuts, choco- 
lates. © July 22, 1940; KK 1896. 

B-1 beverage co., St. Louis. 11437 

B-1. For soft drink. © June 24, 
1940 ;KK 1828. 

Barnum creamery co., Barnum, Minn. 

11438, 11439 

Barnum butter. For butter. © Jan. 
26, 1940; KK 1383. 

Barnum eggs. For eggs. © Jan. 
26, 1940 ; KK 1384. 

Beaux, Ralph August, doing business as 
Birchwood farms, Chicago. 11440 
Birchwood farms, turkey containers. 

For dressed turkeys. © Oct. 10, 1940; 

KK 2179. 

Birchwood farms. See Beaux (Ralph 
August) 

Boni bee mfg. co., Cleveland. 

11441-11449 
Boni bee bowl covers, no. 220. For 
bowl covers. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 
1399. 



no. 264. For covers for food 

bowls. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 1400. 

no. 227. For food bowl covers. 

© Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 1401. 

Boni bee bread bag, no. 287. For 
bread container bags. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; 
KK 1395. 

Boni bee covers, no. 263. For jar 
and milk bottle covers. © Sept. 5, 
1940 ; KK 1398. 

no. 294. For electric food mixer 

covers. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 1393. 

Boni bee food bag, no. 280. For food 
container bags. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 
1397. 

Boni bee lettuce bag, no. 282. For 
vegetable bags. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 
1396. 

Boni bee toaster cover, no. 283. For 
electric toaster covers. © Sept. 5. 
1940 ; KK 1394. 

Borden co.. New York. 11450-11453 

Borden's instant mix, bag. For 
chocolate mix. © Nov. 13, 1940; KK 
2181. 

Duo quart. For milk. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ; KK 2105. 

I see that Little men is in town. For 
milk, cream and other dairy products. 
© Nov. 4, 1940 ; KK 1949. 

Twin-quart. For milk. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ;KK 2104. 
Bradley, Henry, doing business as Kofa 

kola CO., Seattle. 11454 

Kofa kola, America's own hot bever- 
age. For syrup beverage. © Sept. 24, 
1940 ; KK 1776. 
Brooklyn beverage co., Cleveland. 

11455 

B-lion club. For pale dry ginger ale. 
© Dec. 29, 1939 ; KK 1800. 

Brown (Delane), inc., Towson, Md. 

11456 

Hickory smoked cheese. For hickory 
smoked cheese. © Nov. 14, 1940; KK 
2110. 
Bryant, James Audie, Columbus, Ga. 

11457 

Blitz-krieg chess. For a board game, 
parlour, Blitz-krieg chess. © Oct. 24, 
1940 ; KK 1250. 



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California & Hawaiian sugar refining 

Corp., ltd., San Francisco. 

11458, 11459 

C and H cake & pastry sugar pure 
cane. For refined sugar. © Oct. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1921. 

C and H sugar, pure cane, individ- 
ually wrapped pressed tablets. For re- 
fined sugar. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 
1715. 

Campana Corp., Batavia, 111. 11460 

Campana — Italian balm. For cos- 
metic. © May 9, 1939 ; KK 1754. 

Canned foods, inc., Waupun, Wis. 

11461 
Greenies. For canned sweet peas. © 
Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 1987. 

Oarvoline co., Tuskegee, Ala. 11462 

Ermine lotion. For a skin lotion. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 1870. 

Castles ice cream co., inc.. Long Island 
City, N. Y. 11463 

Castles ice cream. For ice cream. 

© Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 1646. 

Chapman, Alice E., St. Petersburg, Pla. 

11464 
World banking game. For game. © 
Nov. 30, 1938 ; KK 1716. 

Cherry specialty co., Chicago. 

11465, 11466 

Easter greetings. For chocolate 
candy. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 2146. 

Windermere. For chocolate candy. 
© Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 2147. 

Cohen, David. See McGillicuddy's to- 
bacco blenders. 

Cosmeo laboratory, New York. 

11467-11472 

Cherry blossom. For bath crystals. 
©Nov. 23, 1940; KK 2172. 

For bubble bath beads. 

23, 1940 ; KK 2168. 

For skin lotion. © 

1940 ;KK 2170. 

For sun-tan oil. © 

1940 ;KK 2171. 

For toilet water. © 

1940 ; KK 2169. 

Coronet de luxe. For hair 
Nov. 16, 1940 ; KK 2173. 

Cotton board, Spring Gardens, Man- 
chester, England. 11473 
British cottons. For cotton or cot- 
ton rayon mixture piece goods, yarns 
and garments thereof. © Oct. 18, 1940 ; 
KK 1820. 



© Nov. 


Nov. 


23, 


Nov. 


23, 


Nov. 


23, 


dye. 


© 



beverage corp 
For beer. 



Hammonton, 

11476 

©Nov. 13, 1940; 



De luxe girdle co. See Scheinberg 
( Morris M. ) 

Dentalator products, Chicago. 11474 
Dentalator. For denture bath. © 
Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2078. 

Donna citrus assn., Donna, Tex. 11475 
Texas moon. For citrus fruit. © 
Oct. 12, 1940 ; KK 1503. 

Eastern 

N. J. 

Holland. 
KK 2125. 

Eaton (A. M.) paper co., Boston. 

11477 
San. For toilet paper. © Sept 27, 
1940 ; KK 1647. 

Faissole (Charles A.), Englewood, N. J. 

11478 
Bonivar. For wine. © Nov. 20, 1940 ; 
KK 2124. 

Famous products co., Chicago. 11479 
Great Go-bo brand novel number in- 
cense. For incense. © Dec. 2, 1939; 
KK 1476. 

Fashion thimble shoe co., St. Louis. 

11480, 11481 

Fashion thimble shoe co. For shoes. 
© June 12, 1940 ; KK 1604. 

They see the box first. For shoe 
boxes. © July 2, 1940; KK 2069. 

Faucetqueen co. See Lehman (Carl E.) 

Federal composition 

New York. 

Kal-ceil. For 
1940 ; KK 1638. 

Finger Lakes egg producers' coopera- 
tive assn., inc., Locke, N. Y. 11483 
These are Finger-Lakes coop eggs. 

For eggs. © Dec. 1, 1939; KK 1986. 

Fisher, Ann, Los Angeles. 11484 

Wings, mitt-o-usefulness. For a mitt 

used to massage the skin. © Nov. 15, 
1940 ;KK 2138. 

Fort Howard paper co., Green Bay, Wis. 

11485 
Fort Howard tissue. For toilet tis- 
sue. © Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 1695. 

Gabriel (Saml.) sons & co.. New York. 

11486, 11487 

Day in day out. For picture books. 
© Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 1849. 

Dolls, with Williamsburg colonial 
dress. For paper dolls and dresses. © 
Aug. 20, 1940 ;KK 1850. 



paint 
paint. © June 10, 



CO., mc, 
11482 



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11531 



Glueck, Edmund M., doing business as 
The typewriter equipment co., New 
York. 11488 

No glare touch-eez koukave keytops. 

For keytops for office machines. © 

Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 1858. 

Goodman, Charles L., Doylestown, Pa. 

11489 
Waddling Wallie. For board games 
played with movable pieces. © Aug. 
16, 1940 ; KK 1855. 

Gotham silk hosiery co., inc., New York. 

11490 
Gotham gold stripe, made of Du- 
Pont nylon. For hosiery. © Sept. 26, 
1940 ;KK 1925. 

Grapp, W. L., doing business as Sleep- 
rite mattress co., Belgrade, Minn. 

11491, 11492 
Doctor's orders — nurse's choice — 
Sleep-rite mattresses. Form 1150. For 
all sizes of crib-youth and nurse and 
adult bed washable mattresses. © Apr. 
26, 1940 ; KK 1492. 

Won't-wet Sleep-rite mattresses are 
made without a fault. For all sizes of 
crib-youth and nurse and adult bed 
washable mattresses. © Apr. 26, 1940 ; 
KK 1768. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Lit- 
tle Falls, N. Y. 11493, 11494 
Junket rennet powder. For rennet 

powder. © Sept. 27, 1940; KK 1852. 
12 Junket rennet tables. For rennet 

tablets. © May 17, 1940 ; KK 1851. 

Haskins bros. & co., Omaha. 11495 

Spark. For soap. © Sept. 7, 1940; 
KK 2194. 

Heller (B.) & co., Chicago. 11496 

Quick-action (Q. A.) pickle. For a 
powder for curing meat. © Sept. 26, 
1940; KK 1769. 

High point paper box co.. High Point, 
N. C. 11497 

Dirigible. For popcorn. © Oct. 15, 

1940 ; KK 1496. 

Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 

11498-11581 
For shoe boxes : 

American girl shoe. © July 11, 
1940 ; KK 2072. 

Beautiful shoes. © June 18, 1940 ; 
KK 2075. 

Bob Martin. © Apr. 22, 1940; KK 
1876. 

Clara, Lu and Em. © Feb. 26, 
1940 ; KK 2067. 



Famous 3Ils. © Sept. 10, 1940; 
KK 2052. 

Flex-stride. © July 29, 1940 ; KK 
2049. 

Foot haven. © Feb. 8, 1940; KK 
2065. 

George Ashe shoes for boys. © 
July 30, 1940 ; KK 2060. 

Glamour. © July 9, 1940; KK 
2055. 

Hannah shoes for men. © June 6, 
1940 ; KK 2073. 

Heavy duty. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 
2057. 

In the New York manner. © July 
17, 1940 ; KK 2061. 

Indian scout. © June 9, 1940 ; KK 
2064. 

John Roberts. © July 26, 1940 
KK 2054. 

Jolene, 2B678. © May 13, 1940 
KK 1874. 

Kamp kronies. © July 1, 1940 
KK 2048. 

Kampus kronies. © Aug. 6, 1940 
KK 2062. 

Keep the feet young. © Oct. 4 
1940 ; KK 2068. 

Kit kat shoes. © June 21, 1940; 
KK 2051. 

Lady Gray de luxe, L-945. © Apr 
30, 1940 ; KK 1879. 

Lady Mayfair. © July 2, 1940 
KK 2070. 

London's shoes. © June 24, 1940 
KK 2059. 

Naval cadet, N-600A. © May 9. 
1940 ; KK 1873. 

Quality footwear. © June 14 
1940 ; KK 2053. 

They see the box first, M-1635A 
© Feb. 5, 1940 ; KK 1877. 

Trampeez. © Sept. 25, 1940; KK 
2068. 

Triangle chubbies. © June 3, 
1940 ; KK 2050. 

Triangle work shoes. © Apr. 24, 
1940 ; KK 1878. 

Tuf-ruf . © May 9, 1940 ; KK 1875. 

Vigo step. © July 9, 1940; KK 
2074. 

Walton's shape retainers. © Sept. 
28, 1940 ; KK 2066. 

York plaza. © June 21, 1940 ; KK 
2058. 

York square. © June 13, 1940; 
KK 2056. 

Yorkshire imperial. © July 3, 
1940 :KK 2071. 



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Hoppe (Frank A.), inc., Philadelphia, 

11532 
Hoppe's gun cleaning patches. For 
flannel patches for cleaning firearms. 
© Oct. 28, 1940 ; KK 1972. 

Household products co., Los Angeles. 

11533 
Hyde's kilzantz Argentine ant syrup. 
For Argentine ant syrup. © Oct. 1, 
1940 : KK 1500. 

Hudson's, inc., Frankfort, Ky. 11534 

Hudson's stirrup cup ice cream. For 

icecream. © July 19, 1940; KK 2079. 

Hy-clo mfg. co. See Shapiro (Julius) 

Hydrox ice cream co., inc., Long Island 
City, N. Y. 11535 

Hydrox ice cream. For ice cream. 

© Mar. 1, 1940 ; KK 1729. 

International latex corp., Dover, Del. 

11536 
Live and play this Playtex way. For 
girdle. © Oct. 7, 1940 ; KK 2080. 

Irwill knitwear corp.. New York. 

11537, 11538 

Order of the bath. For knitted sweat- 
ers and playsuits. © Sept. 3, 1940; 
KK 1595. 

Sorority modes by Jane Irwill, Order 
of the bath. For knitted sweaters and 
play suits. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 1596. 

Jasso, Frank A., Los Angeles. 11539 
Jasso batteries. For batteries. © 
Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 1504. 

Kamm & Schellinger co., inc., Misha- 
waka, Ind. 11540 

Kamm's export dark. For fine qual- 
ity beer. © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 1827. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 11541 

Zep, A-940. For cereal breakfast 
foods. © May 15, 1940; KK 1973. 

Kentucky macaroni co., inc., Louisville. 

11542 
Plaid. For spaghetti. © Sept. 3, 
1940 ; KK 1566. 

Klein (F. L.) noodle co., Chicago. 

11543 
Noodle soup mixture. For noodle 
soup mixture. © Feb. 15, 1940; KK 
1518. 

Klinefelter, Cyril Faivre, Washington. 

11544 
Kline's kanine kapsules. For medi- 
cine for sick dogs. © Nov. 25, 1940; 
KK 2223. 



Kofa kola co. See Bradley (Henry) 

Kremers, Marcus O., Oshkosh, Wis. 

11545 
Kramark, from dyer to buyer. For 
hosiery. © Oct. 5, 1940; KK 2152. 

Lehman, Carl E., doing bus. as Faucet- 
queen CO., Chicago. 11546 
Spray or stream in one. For faucet 

attachments. © May 27, 1940; KK 

1567. 

Lily-tulip cup corp., New York. 11547 

Sundae cup, 133 gem. For cups and 

containers. © Nov. 4, 1940 ; KK 1772. 

Little & CO., inc., Chicago. 11548, 11549 
Little's chopped mint flakes. For 

chopped dehydrated mint flakes. © 

June 14, 1940 ; KK 1927. 
Little's chopped onion flakes. For 

chopped dehydrated onion flakes. © 

Aug. 16, 1940; KK 1926. 

Lucia, Nicholas Santa, d. b. a., Spark- 
leen laboratory, Keansburg, N. J. 

11550 
Magic Sparkleen kleaner. For glass 

& furniture cleansing fluid. © Sept. 28, 

1940 ; KK 1676. 

McGillicuddy's tobacco blenders, David 
Cohen, prop., New York. 11551 

McGillicuddy's old Dublin pipe mix- 
ture. For smoking tobacco. © May 1, 
1940 ; KK 1880. 

McMillen feed mills, inc.. Fort Wayne. 

11552 
Good feed for any bread. For dog 
food. © Oct. 21, 1940 ; KK 1417. 

Mead, Johnson & co., Evansville, Ind. 

11553 
Mead's thiamine hydrochloride tab- 
lets. For thiamine hydrochloride tab- 
lets. © Nov. 7, 1940 ; KK 1900. 

Menasha products co,, Menasha, Wis. 

11554 
Menasha quality butter. For butter. 
© Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2232. 

Meyer (Frank C.) co., inc., Brooklyn. 

11555 
Julius Grossman. For shoes. © 
Feb. 23, 1940; KK 1605. 

Morley co., Portsmouth, N. H. 11556 
Trutone mats. For mats for new use. 
©Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1391. 

Morrell (John) & co,, Ottumwa, la. 

11557 
Morrell pride. For canned tongue. 
© Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1694. 



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11585 



Miinson, Marie Antoinette, Washington. 

11558 
Marie Antoinette hand-painted doi- 
lies. For paper doilies. © Oct. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1316. 

Nanking food products co., Boston. 

11559 
Nanking. For chop suey. © June 
20. 1940 ; KK 2038. 

New York merchandise co., inc., New 
York. 11560 

Irresistible invisible hair net. For 

envelope. © Oct. 29, 1940 ; KK 1591. 

Northern Illinois cereal co., Chicago. 

11561, 11562 

Gold medal coke roasted oats with 
cup & saucer. For oats. © Nov. 12, 
1940 ; KK 2091. 

Gold medal coke roasted oats with 
dinner plate. For oats. © Nov. 12, 
1940 ; KK 2092. 

Ogilby, Isabelle Hoehling, d. b. a. Art 
lyrics, Chevy Chase, Md. 11563 

Sea foam place cards. For place 

cards made with sea weed. © Nov. 19, 

1940 ; KK 2164. 

Organic preparations co., inc., Brook- 
lyn. 11564 
Phosphorcin calnux Bi compound. 

For tonic medicine. © July 31, 1940; 

KK 2020. 

Paramount sales corp., Amic chemical 
works div., New York. 11565 

Super-glo. For floor wax. © Oct. 

18, 1940; KK 1833. 

Paris neckwear co., inc., New York. 

11566 
Five star tie. For men's neckties. 
© Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 2229. 

Peacock corp., Kenosha, Wis. 11567 
Peacock brand onion sets. For onion 
sets. © Mar. 6, 1931 ; KK 1618. 

Pollock paper & box co., Dallas. 

11568-11571 

American fancy creamery butter. 
Design no. 149-1. For butter. © Sept. 
12, 1940 ; KK 1598. 

Caney Valley butter. Design no. 104- 
2. For butter. © Sept. 14, 1940; KK 
1599. 

Sno-white dairy creamery butter. 
Design no. 150-2. For butter. © Sept. 
10, 1940 ; KK 1597. 

Town talk ice cream, stock design 
P. F. F. 261-3. For ice cream. © Sept. 
4, 1940 ; KK 1600. 



Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 

11572 
Ivory soap, wrapper. For soap. © 
Feb. 9, 1940 ; KK 2177. 

Randa neckwear corp., Hackensack, 
N. J. 11573 

American boy, small label. For boy's 

neckwear. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 2097. 

Reinhardt drug co., Le Center, Minn. 

11574 
Reinhardt's. For foot powder. © 
Oct. 25, 1940 ; KK 2151. 

Rich, Warren H,, Milwaukee. 

11575-11577 

Dr. Rich's absorb-o-brace. For rem- 
edy for leg defects in horses and cattle. 
© Jan. 1, 1940 ; KK 1682. 

Dr. Rich's absorb-o-pain. For ex- 
ternal remedy for pain, © Jan 1, 1940 ; 
KK 1683. 

Dr. Rich's hoof-ease. For remedy for 
hoof defects in horses and cattle. © 
Jan 1, 1940 ; KK 1681. 

Roberts, Horace K., Boro Point Pleas- 
ant, N. J. 11578 
Roberts remedy for indigestion and 
stomach ailments. For medicinal rem- 
edy for indigestion and stomach ail- 
ments. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1603. 

Rubin (M.) & CO,, Chicago. 11579 

Crystal creation — bags of tomorrow. 
For ladies' handbags. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; 
KK 1902. 

Rum-ola co., Hackensack, N. J. 11580 
Rum-ola. For a non-alcoholic bever- 
age. © Apr. 1, 1940; KK 1494. 

Ruppert, Jacob, New York. 11581 

Ruppert Knickerbocker beer. For 
beer. © July 12, 1940 ; KK 2143. 

Russell, Bennett, Yakima, Wash. 11582 

Eat-n-drink brand juic-e-ized grape- 
fruit. For canned grapefruit, segments 
of grapefruit packed in grapefruit juice. 
© Apr. 6, 1940 ; KK 1475. 

S. O. S. CO., Chicago. 11583, 11584 

S. O. S. magic scouring pads, four 

pads. For scouring pads. © Sept. 9, 

1940 ; KK 1941. 

S. O. S. magic scouring pads, ten pads. 

For scouring pads. © Sept. 9, 1940; 

KK 1940. 

Scheinberg, Morris M., trading as De 
luxe girdle co.. New York. 11585 

Roll-ee by De luxe. For girdles. © 

Sept. 12, 1940; KK 1857. 



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Schulman (Louis) co., inc., New York. 

11586-11618 

Aetna. For shirts. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; 
KK 1672. 

Betty Ann. For candy. © Oct. 24, 
1940 ; KK 2202. 

Companion bags, inc. For bags. © 
Aug. 2, 1940 ; KK 1649. 

Congress. For sportswear. © Aug. 
28, 1940 ; KK 1664. 

Coopertex. For hosiery. © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1667. 

Esquire. For shirts. © Aug. 28, 
1940 ;KK 1662, 

Eve-n-form. For lingerie. © Aug. 
28, 1940 ; KK 1661. 

Good luck. For sportswear. © Aug. 
28, 1940 ; KK 1660. 

Keeps baby warm. For blankets & 
quilts. © Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1654. 

Laddie robe. For robes. © Aug. 2, 
1940 ; KK 1653. 

Lily knit. For underwear. © Aug. 
28, 1940 ;KK 1659. 

Medal wear. For hosiery & under- 
wear. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; KK 1655. 

Onyx. For boys' shirts. © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 2204. 

Pearl. For hosiery. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; 
KK 2201. 

Peerage. For hosiery. © Aug. 12, 
1940 ; KK 1673. 

Princeley. For shirts. © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1666. 

Princely. For shirts. © Aug. 12, 
1940 ; KK 1670. 

Raybrooke. For sportswear. © Aug. 
2, 1940 ;KK 1652. 

Royal. For table tennis equipment. 
© Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1663. 

Sealect. For hosiery, underwear. © 
Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2199. 

Sir Harfrey. For hosiery. © Aug. 
1, 1940; KK 1668. 

Sisco Hamilton. For candy. © Oct. 
22, 1940 ; KK 2200. 

Sleep-tite. For sleepers. © Oct. 17, 
1940 ; KK 2203. 

Smiling baby. For bathrobes. © 
Aug. 12, 1940; KK 1671. 

Society. For lingerie. © Aug. 28, 
1940; KK 1665. 

Superior. For sportswear. © Aug. 
16, 1940; KK 1656. 

Superyarn. For yarn. © Aug. 2, 
1940 ; KK 1648. 

Supreme. For sportswear. © Aug. 
16. 1940 ; KK 1658. 



Tri-yel. For hosiery. © Aug. 16, 
1940 ; KK 1650. 

Trombley. For sportswear. © Aug. 
16, 1940 ; KK 1657. 

Tydee tot. For infants flannel wear. 
©Aug. 1,1940 ;KK 1669. 

Vim. For sportswear & radios. © 
Sept. 24, 1940 ; KK 1392. 

Wiesewear. For hosiery & under- 
wear. © Aug. 16, 1940; KK 1651. 

Sealtest, inc., New York. 11619 

Sealtest dessert-of-the-month. For 
ice cream pie. © Sept. 15, 1940; KK 
1360. 

Seed filter & mfg. co., inc., New York. 

11620 
3 minute egg timer. For sand glass 
timer. © Oct. 14, 1940; KK 1644. 

Seneca textile corp.. New York, 11621 
Seneca curtain fabric. For curtain 
material. © Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 1641. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 

11622-11626 
To remove ice cubes, S-3083-526. 
For refrigerator. © Oct. 9, 1940; KK 
1509. 

S-3083-528. For refrigerator. 

© Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1511. 

S-3083-529. For refrigerator. 

© Oct. 31, 1940 ; KK 1822. 

To remove ice cubes, defrosting, S- 
3083-496. For refrigerator. © Oct. 
8, 1940 ; KK 1510. 

S-3083-530. For refrigerators. 

© Nov. 8, 1940 : KK 2081. 

Shapiro, Julius, doing business as Hy- 
clo mfg. CO., Castile, N. Y. 11627 

Washing Hy-clo solution. For wash- 
ing solution. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 1361. 

Sherman, Jack, doing business as Sher- 
man's, Santa Monica, Calif. 11628 
Sherman's. For spiced horse radish. 

© Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1685. 

Sherman's. See Sherman (Jack) 

Shivar springs, inc., Shelton, S. C. 

11629 
Shivar vita-Bi-mix. For ginger ale. 
© Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 1684. 

Sleep-rite mattress co. See Grapp (W. 
L.) 

Snipes, James A., Columbus, Ga. 11630 
New Goo-goo, the sign of good food. 
For prepared foods. © Oct. 24, 1940; 
KK 1517. 



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11G44 



Spang (J.) baking co., Cleveland. 

11631 
Spang's golden health nourishing diet 

bread. For bread. © Oct. 1, 1940; 

KK 1520. 

Sparkleen laboratory. See Lucia ( Nich- 
olas Santa) 

Sleep-rite mattress co. 8ee Grapp (W. 
D.) 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 

11632 

Tender leaf. For tea balls. © Sept. 
3, 1940 ; KK 2230. 

Standard health food products, Oak- 
land, Calif. 11633 
Vegetable broth powder. For broth 

powder. © July 24, 1940 ; KK 1829. 

Stevens grease & oil co., Cleveland. 

11634 

Crystal solid oil, the 100% lubricant. 
For lubricant. © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 
2235. 
Tobacco by-products & chemical Corp., 

inc., Louisville. 11635,11636 

Black leaf worm pellets for poultry, 
form 0321. For worm pellets. © Oct. 
24, 1940 ; KK 1939. 

Mash-nic, nicotized powder for use in 
flock feeds, form 0317. For nicotized 
powder. © Oct. 23, 1940 ; KK 1938. 

Turner, C. L., Tallahassee, Fla. 11637 
Flocane Florida's fine quality syrup. 
For syrup. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1371. 



Typewritten equipment co. See Glueck 
(Edmund M.) 

Ulmer pharmacal co., Minneapolis. 

11638, 11639 

Klero-ro. For glass and window 
cleaner. © Aug. 21, 1940 ; KK 1373. 

Novak's solution. For an antiseptic 
solution for preoperative preparation of 
the skin. © June 26, 1940 ; KK 1372. 

United distributors, inc., Louisville. 

11640 

Withone. For laxative. © Aug. 9, 
1940 ; KK 2245. 

Uptown Chevrolet co., Pasadena. 

11641 
Car buyers protected purchase plan. 
For new & used automobiles. © Oct. 
19, 1940 ; KK 1997. 

Webster-Eisenlohr, inc.. New York. 

11642 

Webster-Eisenlohr perfecto smokers. 

For cigars. © July 31, 1940 ; KK 2176. 



CO., Huntington 
11643 



Williams (Ormsby P.) 

Park, Calif. 

E-Z-way fowl and meat turner and 
lifter. For fowl & meat turner & lifter. 
© Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 1687. 

Yuengling (D. G.) & son, inc., Potts- 
ville. Pa. 11644 

Brownie Yuengling's porter. For 

beer. © Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 1639. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since July 1, 1940 803 



263 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[11644 



Allaire, Woodward & co. 1 


TruVal manufacturers, inc.. New York. 


El vampiro. For ao insecticide. © 
Allaire, Woodward & co., Peoria, 111. 
RR 5, Nov. 8, 1940. 

Scott paper co., Chester, Pa. 2 


3 
TruVal. For shirts. © TruVal man- 
ufacturers, inc., New York. RR 4, Oct. 
23, 1940. 


ScotTissue. For toilet paper. © 
Scott paper co., Chester, Pa. RR 3, 
Oct. 26, 1940. 





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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, 111. 

11645-11651 
For prepared medicine : 

Give me, I pray thee, of thy son's 
mandrakes. © Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 1607. 

He bathed them in old wine. © 
Sept. 28, 1940 ; KK 1606. 

Here is the answer to their feeble 
doctrine. © Sept. 23, 1940 ; KK 1609. 

. . . hiervanse las piritas de hierro 
en orina de vaca. © Nov. 2, 1940 ; KK 
2234. 

It was true indeed that I had got 
the sickness. © Nov. 12, 1940; KK 
2233. 

Many have never felt when they 
suffered Incision. © Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 
1610. 

She soon becomes as blanched as a 
celery stalk. © Sept. 16, 1940; KK 
1608. 

Albany steel & brass corp., Chicago. 

11652 
Solid all white metal arm 3-lite fix- 
tures. For lamp fixtures. © Nov. 15, 
1940 ; KK 2001. 

American Bosch corp., Springfield, 
Mass. 11653, 11654 

American Bosch super-powered mag- 
netos, form 3166. For magnetos. © 
Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 1991. 

Modernizing magneto ignition with 
American Bosch, form no. 3168. For 
magnetos. © Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 1350. 

American coal burner co., Chicago. 

11655 

Spray-spred firing method exclusive 

with Fyr-feeder is revolutionizing coal 

burning. For stoker. © Nov. 8, 1940 ; 

KK2094. 

American radiator & Standard sanitary 
Corp., Pittsburgh. 11656-11664 

Arcoflame oil burner. For oil burn- 
ers. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 2192. 
Fits like a glove. For kitchen sinks. 

© Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 2193. 
Here's the evidence. For heating & 

plumbing equipment & fixtures. © July 

1, 1940 ; KK 2184. 

Look at the ten fine features. For 

air conditioning & heating equipment. 

© July 18, 1940 ; KK 2191. 



Make two sales instead of one. For 
oil burners. © Aug. 25, 1940; KK 
2098. 

Multiply modernization sales . . . 
For plumbing & heating equipment. © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 2182. 

Quick delivery. For furnaces. © 
Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2099. 

S. S. America, For plumbing fix- 
tures. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 2183. 

What makes a good typist . . . For 
boilers. © Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 2100. 

American screw co.. Providence. 

11665, 11666 

My product sells in the popular price 
brackets. For screws. © Aug. 10, 
1940 ; KK 1403. 

With an important message . . . For 
screws. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 1402. 

American stove co., Cleveland. 

11667-11673 
For gas ranges : 

Here's the all- American Magic chef. 
© Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 1232. 

Invitation to a preview. © Oct. 
6, 1940 ; KK 1385. 

Ladies ! Don't faint ! © Sept. 20, 
1940 ; KK 1230. 

Magic chef's ail-American holiday 
campaign rings the bell. © Oct. 24, 
1940 ; KK 1942. 

Magic chefs give fast dependable 
service. © June 1, 1940; KK 1645. 

New Magic chef invention ... © 
Nov. 1,1940 ;KK 2096. 

New Magic chef invention makes it 
easy ... © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 1231. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 

11674-11680 
Luckies' finer tobaccos mean less nico- 
tine. For cigarettes. © Aug. 31, 1940 ; 
KK 1795. 

Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 



1794. 
1793. 
1796. 
2153. 
2154. 
2155. 



Same. 
Same. 
Same. 
Same. 
Same. 
Same. 



© Oct. 2, 1940; KK 
© Sept. 5, 1940; KK 
© Oct. 17, 1940; KK 
© Oct. 28, 1940; KK 
© Nov. 6, 1940; KK 



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American viscose corp., New York. 

11681-11687 

For Crown rayon : 

American original designs. © Sept. 
17, 1940 ; KK 1562. 

Blurs in your problems vanish. © 
Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1560. 

Crown tested rayon fabrics. © 
Oct. 20, 1930; KK 1563. 

For dining in style. © Oct. 10, 
1940 ; KK 1564. 

Meeting your problems. © Sept. 
15, 1940; KK 1561. 

Still going to town in a big way ! 
© Oct. 3, 1940; KK 1559. 

This symbol gives you facts. © 
Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1565. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 

11688-11691 
America's greatest show. For beer. 
© Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1258. 

Give us this day, the story of bread. 
For bread. © Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 1419. 

It's the little things that make life 
friendly. For beer. © Oct. 15, 1940; 
KK 2076. 

Remember bread in your daily 
diet . . . For bread. © Sept. 25, 1940; 
KK 1418. 

Approved oil heat associates, St. Louis. 

11692, 11693 
Say mummy, will oil heat do away 
with ear washin'? For oil burner. © 
Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 1423. 

Your home, too, must face your 
friends. For oil burner. © Oct. 22, 
1940 ; KK 1266. 

Arden, Elizabeth, New York. 

11694-11699 
Ardena orange skin cream. For skin 
cream. © June 9, 1940 ; KK 2190. 

Beauty in the office. For cosmetic 
cases, cosmetics. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 
2187. 

Candy cane make-up. For cosmetic 
case, cosmetics, fitted bag, etc. © July 
18, 1940 ; KK 2185. 

Cinnabar. For lipstick, nail polish, 
rouge. © Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 2189. 

Elizabeth Arden's famous beauty 
primer. For cosmetic case, cosmetics, 
compact & lipstick. © July 29, 1940; 
KK 2188. 

Sequence in Blue grass. For per- 
fumes, powder, soap. © June 20, 1940 ; 
KK 2186. 



Armand co., Des Moines. 11700 

Magic shade record. For cosmetics. 
© Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 1228. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 11701-11705 
America's favorite flavor combina- 
tion. For meats. © Sept. 20, 1940; 

KK 1289. 
America's newest favorite. For meat. 

© Sept. 6, 1940; KK 1541. 

Celebrate with America's most de- 
licious hauL For meat. © Nov. 6, 

1940; KK 1826. 
New, super-delicious . . . For meat. 

© Nov. 1, 1940; KK 1736. 
You'll want America's most delicious 

ham. For ham. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 

1290. 

Associated dental supply co., San Fran- 
cisco. 11708-11710 
For tooth powder and tooth paste : 
Almost surely your child has bad 

teeth. © Aug. 14, 1940; KK 1797. 

See that woman working in the 

fields. © Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1798. 
What good is a new hat ... © 

Oct. 2, 1940 ; KK 1314. 

What is the P. T. A. doing about 

teeth. © Aug. 21, 1940; KK 1312. 
Your daughter's good looks should 

not stop at her lips. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; 

KK 1313. 

Astogril, inc., Cleveland. 11711 

Astogril 418, the modern method of 
broiling, direction card, gas ranges, 
R-20-C. For broiler. © Oct. 22, 1940 ; 
KK 2148. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 

11712 
Micromold teeth by your vitallium 
laboratory. For artificial teeth. © 
Sept. 17, 1940; KK 2003. 

Awful Fresh MacFarlane, Berkeley, 
Calif. 11713-11723 

Awful fresh. For candy and nuts. 
© Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 2161. 

Candy for Mother's day. For candy, 
chocolates, nuts. © May 8, 1940 ; KK 
1894. 

Chocolates 29^ lb. For candy, choco- 
lates. © Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 1853. 

Come in and eat a free sample at this 
Scotchman's expense. Who is he? This 
Mister Awful Fresh MacFarlane? For 
candy, chocolates. © Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 
1898. 

Get 4 lbs. candy for $1. For candy, 
nuts, chocolates. © June 14, 1940 ; KK 
1891. 



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Mother's day this Sunday. For 
candy, chocolates, nuts. © May 11, 
1940 ; KK 1895. 

Notice, all MacFarlane candy stores 
are open all day tomorrow, Sunday, 
Mother's day. For candy, chocolates. 
© May 11, 1940 ; KK 1892. 

Nuts 2 U. For nuts, candy, choco- 
lates. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2162. 

Snobbish English toffee 49«* lb. For 
candy, chocolate, nuts. © May 29, 
1940 ;KK 1893. 

Underpriced at 29<^. For candy, choc- 
olates, nuts. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 1854. 

Will you like my stuff? Here's how 
to know. For candy, chocolates. © 
Oct. 11, 1940; KK 1897. 

Axton-Fisher tobacco co., Louisville. 

11724-11742 
For cigarettes : 

Freshen up between sets. © July 
21, 1940; KK 1753. 

Freshen up for a clear head. © 
May 2, 1940 ; KK 1634. 

Freshen up for romance. © May 
28, 1940 ; KK 1632. 

Freshen up for the evening. © 
May 7, 1940; KK 1635. 

Freshen up for the ride. © June 
16, 1940; KK 1751. 

Freshen up for your closeups. © 
June 9, 1940 ; KK 1746. 

Freshen up for your closeups. © 
July 14. 1940; KK 1752. 

Freshen up to win. © June 30, 
1940 ; KK 1832. 

It's just like getting every third 
package of cigarettes free. © May 24, 
1940 ; KK 1629. 

It's just like getting fishing tackle 
free. © May 17, 1940 ; KK 1628. 

It's just like getting magazines 
free. © May 10, 1940; KK 1631. 

It's just like getting new gloves 
free. © May 3, 1940 ; KK 1624. 

It's just like getting new playing 
cards free. © May 1, 1940 ; KK 1625. 

It's just like getting shaving cream 
free. © May 8, 1940 ; KK 1627. 

It's just like getting suits cleaned 
free. © May 22, 1940 ; KK 1630. 

It's just like getting your chewing 
gum free. © May 15, 1940; KK 1626. 

Now is the time to freshen up. © 
June 23, 1940 ; KK 1750. 

Now's the time to freshen up. © 
May 16, 1940 ; KK 1633. 

Thrill your dad. © June 9, 1940; 
KK 1745. 



Barland weatherstrip material co. See 
Barringer (Elmer) 

Barringer, Elmer, d. b. a. Barland 
weatherstrip material co., Cleveland. 

11743 
Modernize with Barland, bulletin no. 

26. For weatherstrips. © Nov. 4, 

1940 ; KK 2095. 

Bartlay, ltd., New York. 11744 

Free-for all. For sports shirt. © 
Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 1479. 

Beacon chemical Corp., Philadelphia. 

11745, 11746 

Bottle of magic . . . new magical 
household aid. For bleach, water soft- 
ener, cleanser, disinfectant. © Sept. 
23, 1940 ; KK 1522. 

Bottle of magic plus a chance to win. 
For bleach, water softener, cleanser, 
disinfectant. © Sept. 23, 1940; KK 
1521. 

Beau Brummell ties, inc., Cincinnati. 

11747, 11748 
Back to school with Beau Brummell 
ties. For neckwear. © Aug. 26, 1940 ; 
KK 2082. 

Nation wide Beau Brummell tie week. 
For neckwear. © Sept. 20, 1940; KK 
2083. 

Belmont trouser co. See Fleet (Em- 
manuel) 

Bendix home appliances, inc.. South 
Bend, Ind. 11749-11753 

For washing machine : 

Automobiles put horses out of 
work ... © Oct. 29, 1940; KK 1389. 

Bendix dealers do a full year's 
business in six months. © Aug. 10, 
1940 ;KK 1246. 

Diapers a menace? © Oct. 10, 
1940 ; KK 1245. 

Meek little woman and the weekly 
wash. © Nov. 1, 1940; KK 1863. 

Who says women's work is never 
done. © Nov. 1, 1940; KK 1862. 

Blakeney, William G., Detroit. 11754 
Why a ranch house. For hamburgs. 
© Oct. 28, 1940 ; KK 2247. 

Bond (Charles) co., Philadelphia. 

11755, 11756 

If economy is your aim, GA-88. For 
gears, sprockets, speed reducers, cou- 
plings. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 1861. 

Nearly 2000 types and sizes stock 
gears at your service, GA-100. For 
gears. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 1860. 



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Bonwit Teller, inc., New York. 

11757-11775 

Bonwit goes straight to the narrow 
point. For dresses and coats. © Aug. 
25, 1940 ; KK 2103. 

Bright with mink. For women's 
clothing. © Oct. 27, 1940 ; KK 2044. 

Burnished furs. For furs. © Sept. 
29, 1940 ; KK 2045. 

Capes in the wind. For women's 
clothes. © Nov. 17, 1940; KK 2102. 

City-country wives love gold. For 
women's clothing. © Oct. 13, 1940 ; KK 
1838. 

Crocodile commotion. For women's 
clothes. © Nov. 10, 1940 ; KK 2046. 

Danger . . white. For women's cloth- 
ing. © Oct. 27, 1940 ; KK 1840. 

Dear constant reader. For women's 
clothing. © Oct. 6, 1940 ; KK 2043. 

Jeweler's jewels. For jewelry. © 
Sept. 22, 1940; KK 2040. 

Luza's Latin Americano. For wo- 
men's clothes. © Nov. 17, 1940; KK 
2101. 

Make mine vanilla. For women's 
clothing. © Oct. 20, 1940 ; KK 2042. 

Mink is mink. For fur coats. © Oct. 
20, 1940 ; KK 1841. 

Necklace look. For women's coats. 
© Oct. 13, 1940 ; KK 2041. 

Not a single Pringle lost in transit. 
For sweaters. © Sept. 19, 1940; KK 
1837. 

Schiaparelli's U. S. A. Wardrobe. 
For women's clothing. © Oct. 6, 1940 ; 
KK 1839. 

Soled to the nines. For shoes. © 
Sept. 22, 1940; KK 1835. 

Threat woman 1940. For women's 
clothing, © Sept. 29, 1940; KK 1834. 

Woman is woman's natural ally . . . 
For women's clothing. © Sept. 22, 
1940 ; KK 1836. 

You can go to any length with mink. 
For women's clothes. © Nov. 10, 1940 ; 
KK 2039, 

Borden co.. New York. 11776-11779 
Elsie says: If it's Borden's, it's got 

to be good! For milk, cheese and 

other dairy products. © Oct. 8, 1940; 

KK 1642. 
Elsie the Borden cow — self service 

for fine cheeses. C-720. For cheese and 

cheese products. © Oct. 15, 1940; KK 

1643. 
Greetings Borden's ice cream. For 

ice cream and frozen confections. © 

Oct. 29, 1940; KK 1950. 



You'll be pleasantly surprised. For 
ice cream. © Nov. 18, 1940 ; KK 2180. 

Borg- Warner corp,, Chicago. 

11780-11783 

As good as it looks, Detroit Star gas 
range, form A-80. For gas ranges. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2108. 

As good as it looks, White Star gas 
range, form A-70. For gas range. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2106. 

Company is fun when you cook on a 
Norge electro-speed range, form ES- 
lA— iO-8. For electric range. © Aug. 
15, 1940 ; KK 2109. 

Juicy roasts, marvelous fowl, tender 
steaks, fluffy cakes are all as easy as 
pie on your Norge super-concentrator 
gas range, form GS-8A-40-8. © Aug. 
15, 1940 ; KK 2107. 

Brehm, Paul B., sole owner of and do- 
ing business as Chicken-in-a-nest, Ft. 
Lauderdale, Fla. 11784 

Chicken-in-a-nest. For fried chicken. 

© Sept. 24, 1940 ; KK 1686. 

Brooklyn beverage co,, Cleveland. 

11785 
Martini dry. For ginger ale. © Oct. 
15, 1940 ; KK 1801. 

Brunswick-B a 1 k e-CoUender co., Chi- 
cago. 11786-11797 
Brunswick's $1,000.00 Red crown rub- 
berband duck pin carnival, official rules, 
form E-4574-R-3. For bowling alley 
equipment and supplies. © Aug. 29, 
1940 ;KK 1952. 

Brunswick's $1,000.00 Red stripe 
candle pin carnival, official rules, form 
4574-R-2. For bowling alley equip- 
ment and supplies. © Aug. 29, 1940; 
KK 1951. 

Brunswick's $5,000.00 Red crown 
duck pin carnival, official rules, form 
E-4574-R-1. For bowling alley equip- 
ment and supplies. © Aug. 29, 1940; 
KK 1954. 

Brunswick's $50,000.00 Red crown 
bowling carnival, official rules, form 
E-4574-H. For bowling alley equip- 
ment and supplies. © Aug. 29, 1940; 
KK 1953. 

Here's how to get into the bowling 
ball and accessory money. For bowling 
balls & accessories. © Sept. 19, 1940; 
KK 1248. 

Here's your Brunswick round-up of 
super values with two new ways to 
save money. For billiard supplies. © 
Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 2195. 



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11834 



How to become a better billiard 
player — simple pointers on how to play 
a better game — correct stance, form 
E-4493D Rev. 1940. For billiard play- 
ing equipment. © June 21, 1940; KK 
2006. 

How to rake in your share of the 
bowlers' accessories profit crop. For 
bowling balls and accessories. © Sept. 
18, 1940 ; KK 1249. 

New , . . black beauty toilet seat. 
For toilet seats. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 
1247. 

Simple pointers on how to play a 
better game — cue the ball this way, 
form E-4493F Rev. 1940. For billiard 
playing equipment. © June 21, 1940; 
KK 2007. 

Simple pointers on how to play a 
better game — how to hold the cue prop- 
erly, form, E-4493E Rev. 1940. For 
billiard playing equipment. © June 21, 
1940 ; KK 2005. 

Your personal bowling score card. 
For bowling balls, bowling shoes, bowl- 
ing ball bags. © Aug. 20, 1940; KK 
1842. 

Bryant (Frederick William) d. b. a. 

F. W. Bryant & co., Montclair, N. J. 

11798 

Sportscot, the dress sports shirt for 
all purpose year 'round wear. For 
sports garment. © Oct. 9, 1940; KK 
2008. 
Burd piston ring co., Rockford, 111. 

11799 

It's always smooth sailing. For pis- 
ton rings. © Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1889. 

California & Hawaiian sugar refining 

Corp., ltd., San Francisco. 

11800-11802 

Sweet ways with apples. For refined 
sugar. © Oct. 25, 1940 ; KK 1923. 

Sweet ways with cranberries. For 
refined sugar. © Oct. 25, 1940; KK 
1922. 

Tested recipes using C and H cake 
& pastry sugar. For refined sugar. © 
Nov. 12, 1940; KK 2116. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los 
Angeles. 11803-11826 

Best for juice and every use ! [LA- 

3043] For oranges. © Aug. 16, 1940 ; 

KK 1545. 

Big help to health [LA-3038] For 

oranges. © Aug. 2, 1940 ; KK 1543. 
Charm that attracts others comes 

from within. For oranges. © July 1, 

1940 : KK 1779. 



Charm that attracts others comes 
from within. For oranges. © Aug. 4, 
1940 ; KK 1780. 

Diary of a dozen lemons. For lemons. 
© Nov. 6, 1940 ; KK 2224. 

Get the lemonade with meals habit. 
For lemons. © Apr. 29, 1940; KK 
1785. 

Get vitamins you need. For oranges. 
© Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 1781. 

Have you discovered lemons. For 
lemons. © Nov. 10, 1940 ; KK 2156. 

Health begins at breakfast [LA- 
3037] For oranges. © July 26, 1940 ; 
KK 1542. 

Here's health and pleasure. For 
lemons. © May 14, 1940 ; KK 1789. 

Iced tea with lemon [LA-3110] For 
lemons. © July 26, 1940 ; KK 1547. 

Lemonade. For lemons. © May 21, 
1940 ; KK 1791. 

New health idea. For lemons. © 
May 10, 1940 ; KK 1786. 

News note from California. For 
lemons. © May 1, 1940; KK 1792. 

Oh boy ! Lemonade for dinner. For 
lemons. © Apr. 26, 1940 ; KK 1784. 

Pitcher of pleasure. For lemons. © 
May 17, 1940 ; KK 1788. 

Quick way to a million dollar smile 
[LA-3076] For lemons. © June 18, 
1940 ; KK 1546. 

Start enjoying more vitamins ! [LA- 
3041] For oranges. © Aug. 9, 1940; 
KK 1544. 

Summer's the time. For oranges. © 
July 5, 1940 ; KK 1778. 

Try lemonade. For lemons. © May 
24, 1940 ; KK 1787. 

Watch your family and guests ap- 
plaud. For lemons. © May 7, 1940; 
KK 1790. 

What kind of orange for children. 
For oranges. © Nov. 10, 1940; KK 
2225. 

When are most oranges sold. For 
oranges. © Aug. 30, 1940; KK 1783. 

Youngsters love them. For oranges. 
© Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1931. 

Carlton mills co., inc., New York. 11827 
Knitted on a cotton base. For coat- 
ings. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 2118. 

Carstairs bros. distilling co., inc., New 
York. 11828-11834 

For blended whiskey : 

Do your friends say, ah? © Sept. 
6, 1940 : KK 1525. 



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Carstairs bros. distilling co. inc. — Con. 

Gangway! © Sept. 19, 1940; KK 
1528. 

It's character that counts. © Nov. 
4, 1940 ; KK 1734. 

It's got hit written all over it ! © 
Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 1529. 

Man, how he's going to town ! © 
Oct. 31, 1940 ; KK 1536. 

Stealing the show! © Sept. 25, 
1940 ;KK 1523. 

Voted most likely to succeed! © 
Oct. 17, 1940; KK 1538. 

Casite corp., Hastings, Mich. 11835 

Is your horsepower limping? For 
motor solvent. © Oct. 23, 1940; KK 
1285. 

Chain belt co., Milwaukee. 11836, 11837 
How to cut operating costs and/or 
increase product appeal. Bulletin 376. 
For drive and conveyor chain belts. © 
Sept. 24, 1940; KK 1755. 

New era in truck mixer history, bul- 
letin 377. For concrete mixer. © Oct. 
11, 1940 ; KK 1872. 

Charis corp., Allentown, Pa. 

11838-11842 
For corsets : 

Both garments are by Charis. © 
Oct. 1, 1940; KK 1348. 

For better appearance fit and com- 
fort. © Sept. 13, 1940; KK 1346. 

For complete corset satisfaction. 
© Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 1345. 

Your Charis corsetiere helps so 
many women. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 
1347. 

Your Charis corsetiere presents a 
new technique. © Oct. 18, 1940; KK 
1349. 

Chicago society for music education, 
inc., New York. 11843 

Chicago society for music education 
on Saturday Oct. 19th, will begin the 
distribution of . . . For phonograph rec- 
ords. © Oct. 17, 1940; KK 1317. 

Chicken-in a-nest. See Brehm (Paul 
B.) 

Cline, H. S., Chicago. 11844, 11845 

Peoples choice. For dry goods. © 

Sept. 23, 1940 ; KK 2197. 
World of values. For hardware. © 

Sept. 23, 1940 ; KK 2196. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 

11846-11856 



For bleach and household disinfect- 
ant : 

Added protective qualities. Exclu- 
sive selling features. © Sept. 5, 1940; 
KK 1281. 

Few stains can resist ultra-refined 
Clorox. © Oct. 6, 1940; KK 1274. 

Few stains can resist ultra-refined 
Clorox. © Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 1271. 

Free from caustic! © Oct. 13, 
1940 ; KK 1275. 

Guard against invisible drainboard 
dangers with ultra-refined Clorox. © 
Sept 29, 1940; KK 1273. 

Laundry. © Sept. 15, 1940; KK 
1276. 

Memo for wash day. © Aug. 10, 
1940 : KK 1279. 

New ultra-refined Clorox makes 
house cleaning more efficient than ever. 
© Sept. 8, 1940 ; KK 1277. 

New ultra - refined Clorox makes 
house cleaning more efficient than ever ! 
© Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1272. 

Scorched in ironing. © Aug. 17, 
1940 ; KK 1278. 

Ultra-refined Clorox . . . greatest 
improvement in bleaches since the 
original Clorox. © Oct. 5, 1940; KK 
1280. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 

11857-11888 
For soft drink : 

Do people make your fountain their 
favorite meeting place? © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 1433. 

Here's what turn-over means to the 
soda fountain owner. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; 
KK 1432. 

How to make friends and increase 
profits. © May 25, 1940 ; KK 1429. 

Inviting people to enjoy the pause 
that refreshes. © Sept. 23, 1940; KK 
1261. 

Last month you just about dou- 
bled your sales ... © Oct. 24, 1940; 
KK 1848. 

Learning to live the modern way 
... © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 1421. 

Let me show you the gross profit. 
© Aug. 24, 1940 ; KK 1420. 

Pattern of living is brighter when 
you plan it so. © Aug. 17, 1940; KK 
2119. 

Pattern of living is brighter when 
you plan it so. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 
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Pattern of living is brighter when 
you plan it so. © Sept 20, 1940 ; KK 
1260. 

Pause . . and shop refreshed. © 
Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 2121. 

Pause that refreshes is a real idea 
. . for you. © Apr. 25, 1940 ; KK 
1430, 

Refreshing background for modern 
living. © Oct. 17, 1940: KK 1257. 

Refreshing backsround for modern 
living. © Nov. 10, 1940; KK 1959. 

Refreshing background for modern 
living. © Nov. 20, 1940 ; KK 2205. 

Send for this lovely book. © Aug. 
11, 1940 ; KK 1422. 

Soda fountain has a faster rate of 
turn-over ... © Sept. 9, 1940; KK 
1425. 

Stop that car. © July 25, 1940; 
KK1426. 

Sure, there's real profit in selling 
Coca-cola. © Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 1427. 

These fountain accessories ... © 
Aug. 26, 1940 ; KK 2122. 

Thirst knows no season. © Nov. 
1, 1940 ; KK 1846. 

Thirst stops here. © June 25. 
1940 ; KK 1428. 

You click vour camera, or hold this 
bottle. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 1263. 

You grip a wheel ... or grasp this 
bottle. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 1265. 

You reach for the phone . . or tilt 
this frostv bottle. © Sept. 19, 1940: 
KK 1262. 

You reach for the phone . . or tilt 
this frosty bottle. © Oct. 1. 1940 ; KK 
1431. 

You read the news . . or hold this 
well-known bottle. © Nov. 1, 1940; 
KK 1847. 

You select vour weather . . or raise 
this bottle. © Nov. 14, 1940 ; KK 2206. 

You take in the movies . . or take 
up this bottle. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 
1264. 

You take in the movies ... or take 
up this glass. © Aug. 22. 1940: KK 
2120. 

You'll like these refreshing ways to 
brighten vour home. © Sept. 22, 1940 : 
KK 1259. 

Your customers expect and respect 
this thin ... © Xov. 11, 1940; KK 
2123. 

Coffee electrost corp., Louisville. 11889 
Xow, for the first time. For coffee. 
© July 30, 1940; KK 2251. 



Cohodas orchard co., Ishpeming. Mich. 

11890 

Appletizing Michigan apples. For 
apples. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 1756. 

College inn food products co., Chicago. 

11891-11898 
Chicken a la king with stuffed baked 
potatoes. For canned foods. © May 
12. 1940 ; KK 1622. 

Chicken rice cheese croquettes. For 
canned foods. © May 26. 1940; KK 
1619. 

Chicken shortcake. F or canned 
foods. © May 19, 1940 ; KK 1621. 

Chicken waffles. For canned foods. 
© May 5, 1940 ; KK 1620. 

5 sure ways to plus profits. For 
j canned foods. © Apr. 24, 1940 : KK 
; 1623. 

Perfect match. For can foods. © 
June 14, 1940 ; KK 1747. 

Top hat and tails. For can foods. © 
. June 28. 1940 ; KK 1748. 
I White tie, tonight, sir. For can 
I foods. © May 24, 1940 ; KK 1749. 

I CoUingbourne mills, inc., d. b. as Dex- 
ter. Elgin. 111. 11899 

Protecteetli, For dental floss. © 
' Sept. 9. 1940 ; KK 1677. 

■ Columbia recording Corp.. Bridgeport. 
: Conn. 11900-11905 

j For phonograph records : 
j Columbia swings wide the portals 

' of fine music. © Ausr. 9. 1940 ; KK 
: 1239. 

Greatest music offer in record 
; history. © Aug. 15, 1940 : KK 1242. 

Greatest music off'er in record his- 
tory. © Aug. 16, 1940; KK 1240. 

Price revolution thrills millions 
who love fine music. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; 
KK1696. 

Two great new names. © Aug. 15. 
1940 ; KK 1241. 

World's greatest artists sing 
praises of Columbia records' new low 
prices. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 1703. 

Commonwealth pub. co., Chicago. 

11906 
Like a sales crew that sells for you 
. . . For picture sales manual. © Oct. 
9. 1940 : KK 1924. 

Congress cigar co., inc., Xew York. 

11907 
Um I Chicken potpie. For cigars. 
© Nov. 12. 1940 ; KK 2226. 



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Continental foods, inc., Chicago. 

11908, 11909 

It's in the bag. For soup. © Oct 
9, 1940 ; KK 1405. 

Soup in the bag. For soup. © Sept. 
18, 1940 ; KK 1404. 

Continental steel Corp., Kokomo, Ind. 

11910-11914 
For steel products : 

Facts about farm fencing. © Sept. 
5, 1940 ; KK 1883. 

1st. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1885. 

How to build better buildings at 
lower cost. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 1881. 

Take your pick of these methods. 
© Sept. 9, 1940 ; KK 1882. 

There's only a fence between them. 
© Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 1884. 

Coopers, inc., Kenosha, Wis. 

11915-11919 

Caution ! Man squirming. For un- 
derwear. © July 15, 1940; KK 1282. 

Keep up your resistance, wear Jockey 
longs. For men's underwear. © Oct. 
15, 1940 ; KK 2210. 

Same. © Nov. 15, 1940; KK 

2211. 

Keep up your resistance, wear Jockey 
longs. For underwear. © Sept. 12, 
1940 ; KK 2139. 

Take a complete Jockey underward- 
robe to school. For underwear. © 
Aug. 15, 1940; KK 2140. 

Coors (Adolph) co., Golden, Col. 

11920-11930 

For beer : 

Brewing now for 1941 . . . Time 
is required ... © Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 
1356. 

Companion beers , . . both super- 
fine quality. © Sept. 26, 1940; KK 
1351. 

Coors' beers . . . are brewed the 
Old Country way to give ... © Nov. 
1, 1940; KK 1804. 

Golden Vienna beer Coors export 
lager ... © Sept. 20, 1940; KK 1357. 

If you paid one dollar a glass you 
couldn't get finer beer. © Oct. 24, 1940 ; 
KK1803. 

Our beers are honored in the com- 
pany of the world's finest brews. © 
Aug. 30, 1940; KK 1355. 

Our Coors adds pleasure to all oc- 
casions ... © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 1353. 

People from everywhere praise our 
Coors ... © Oct. 3, 1940; KK 1352. 



Refreshing! It's brewed with pure 
Rocky Mountain spring water. © Sept. 
6, 1940 ; KK 1354. 

We enjoy brewing these two fine 
beers for you ! © Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 
1358. 

You couldn't ask for beer that's 
more ... © Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 1359. 

Cramer-Krasselt co., Milwaukee. 

11931-11938 
For bread : 

At last — here's a bread as good as 
grandmother's staff of life. © May 18, 
1940 ; KK 1408. 

Delicious white bread gives the 
family vitamins Bi, D, E, G. © May 
14, 1940 ; KK 1411. 

Different bread makes toast an ex- 
citing treat. © May 18, 1940; KK 
1409. 

Here's the answer! A different 
white bread — vital health elements in 
the kind of bread your family prefers. 
© May 18, 1940 ; KK 1406. 

Nature, the master chemist. © 
May 18, 1940 ; KK 1412. 

Now ! A daily source of vitamin Bi. 
© May 18, 1940 ; KK 1414. 

This different white bread tastes 
better— much better. © May 18, 1940 ; 
KK 1407. 

Vitamin Bi is essential for perfect 
health . . . children, grown-ups need it 
every day. © May 18, 1940 ; KK 1410. 

Cutler-Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 

11939, 11940 

It's a job for Unitrol, pub. CU-C~ 
5021. For enclosed sectionalized motor 
control panels. © Nov. 16, 1940; KK 
2222. 

Unitrol — the modern sectionalized 
control center, pub. CS-157. For en- 
closed sectionalized motor control pan- 
els. © Oct. 21, 1940; KK 1674. 

Davies (Wayne) packings, inc., Chi- 
cago. 11041 
Operating analysis for specifying 
Davies double U packings. For me- 
chanical packing. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 
1920. 

Deep-freeze div., Motor products corp. 

See Motor products corp., Deep-freeze 

div. 
Dermetics co., inc., New York. 11942 

One eye on the clock. For skin 
cleanser. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 2011. 

Dexter. 8ee Collingbourne mills, inc. 



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11975 



Diamond crvstal salt co., inc., St. Clair, 
Mich. 11943, 11944 

Only an apple .... For Shaker salt. 

© Aug. 24, 1940 ; KK 1243. 

Quality salt. For crystal Shaker 
salt. © Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 1698. 

Dickel (Geo. A.) distilling co., inc., 
Lexington, Ky. 11945 

Cool is the word for Cascade and 

soda. For whiskey. © Aug. 14. 1940: 

KK2000. 

Disney (Walt) productions, Burbank, 
Calif. 11946 

Knockout for winter — RPM motor 

oil, L-SOl. For motor oil. © Oct. 13. 

1940 ; KK 1378. 

Dole valve co., Chicago. 11947 

Dole air and vacuum valves. For 
valves. © Oct. 16, 1940; KK 1886. 

Drane, Phil B., Tulsa, Okl. 11948 

Enardo vapor control system. For 
valve & hatch. © Jan. 29, 1940 ; KK 
1434. 

Drew (Irving) corp., Lancaster, O. 

11949 

These Drew arch rest seven basic 

lasts put an end to your fitting worries. 

For shoes. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1899. 

Eaton (A. M.) paper co., Boston. 11950 
Silvo. For toilet paper. © Feb. 23, 
1940 ; KK 1435. 

Edwards (Dwight) co.. San Francisco. 

11951, 11952 
I did a little sleuthing. For coffee. 
© Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 1310. 

Too old to learn? Not me. For 
coffee. © Oct. 23, 1940; KK 1558. 

Electrol, inc., Clifton, N. J. 11953 

Electrol yellow flame oil burner. For 

oil burners. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1436. 

Ely & Walker dry goods co., St. Louis. 

11954 
Girl who sews has better clothes. 
For cotton prints. © June 1, 1940 : KK 
1996. 

Endicott Johnson corp., Endicott, X. Y. 

11955, 11956 
Headline news ! New styles, bigger 
values. For men's shoes. © Sept. 19. 
1940 ; KK 1867. 

Headline news ! 12 graduate chem- 
ists . . . For children's shoes. © Sept. 
5, 1940 ; KK 1868. 



Esquire, inc., Chicago. 11957 

Quiet! For magazine. © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1377. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 

11958, 11959 

Fairbanks-Morse large-power squir- 
rel-cage motors. For motors. © Oct. 
10, 1940 ; KK 2137. 

How America's finest pumps are 
made, bulletin 5002, publication 
APMlOO.l. For pumps. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2136. 

Father & son shoe stores, inc., Endicott, 
N. Y. 11960-11963 

Father & son Yungiellers for fall. 

A trio . . . For men's shoes. © Sept. 

13, 1940 ; KK 1864. 

Father & son Yuugfellers for fail. 

Snappy two tone. For men's shoes. © 

Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 1865. 
Father & son Yungfellers for fall. 

Three of . . . For men's shoes. © Sept. 

27, 1940 ; KK 1866. 

Father & son Yungfellers wedgies. 

For men's shoes. © Sept. 6, 1940 : KK 

1869. 

Ferguson-Sherman mfg. corp., Dear- 
born, Mich. 11964 
Here's compact, low cost flexible 

power, form no. FS-4073. For indus- 
trial tractor. © Oct. 23, 1940; KK 

1819. 

Finch (Jos. S.) & CO., inc., Schenley, 
Pa. 11965-11970 

For a blend of straight whiskies : 
Do you know? © Sept. 23, 1940; 

KK 2221. 

Five great whiskies wedded into 

Golden wedding. © Aug. 30, 1940; 

KK 1723. 

5 in 1 moves faster, © Aug. 4, 

1940 ; KK 1726. 

Goldeu wedding. © July 8, 1940; 

KK 1725. 

Golden v.'edding. © Sept. 4, 1940 : 

KK 1727. 

Taste 5 great whiskies wedded into 

one. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; KK 2220. 

Finkel, Julius. -See J. P. D. mfg. co. 

Finkenberg's (A.) sons, inc., New York. 

11971 
Carolvn King. For furniture. © 
Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 1592. 

Fitch (F. W.) CO., Des Moines. 

11972-11975 
Goodbye dandruff. For dandruff re- 
mover shampoo. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 
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Fitch (P. W.) CO.— Continued. 

I bought his love. For dandruff re- 
mover shampoo. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 
1342. 

I was petrified. For dandruff re- 
mover shampoo. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 
1841. 

Worse than another woman. For 
dandruff remover shampoo. © Sept. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1344. 

Florence stove co., Gardner, Mass. 

11976-11978 

It's silly to be chilly. For oil heat- 
ers. © Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 2089. 

No guesswork. For oil heaters. © 
Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1601. 

Same. © Sept. 25, 1940; KK 

2090. 

Galbraith, Frank Rerick, Atlanta. 

11979 

Relax-o-cot. For a cot. © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 2141. 

Galveston-Houston breweries, inc., Gal- 
veston, Tex. 11980-11998 
For beer : 

Amazing new bottle cap makes 
Southern select pop like champagne. © 
Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 1904. 

Entertains guests with 3-way beer 
test. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 1933. 

Experts pick Southern select. © 
Aug. 7, 1940 ; KK 1911. 

Finest flavor in beer. © Aug. 14, 
1940 ; KK 1908. 

Have fun today. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; 
KK 1912. 

Have you popped a bottle of South- 
ern select ... © Sept. 27, 1940; KK 
1915. 

I can prove Southern select is finer 
beer. © Oct. 9, 1940; KK 1937. 

My mouth stays keen and fresh 
with Southern select. © May 22, 1940 ; 
KK 1910. 

New test proves no after-taste. © 
May 15, 1940 ; KK 1909. 

Now enjoy Southern select 3 big 
ways. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 1916. 

Only beer in South brewed with 
distilled water. © May 29, 1940; KK 
1905. 

Southern select is better 3 ways. 
© Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 1934. 

Southern select is quality beer. © 
Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1903. 

Southern select's amazing new 
bottle cap sets off riot of fun for 
Texans ! © Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 1906. 



Southern select's finer flavor now 
easier to get at ! © Sept. 26, 1940 ; KK 
1913. 

Tastes better than any other beer. 
© Oct. 2, 1940; KK 1936. 

This quality wins particular folks. 
© Aug. 21, 1940 ; KK 1907. 

Try a bottle of fun . . . © Sept. 
6, 1940; KK 1914. 

Why Mel Snodgrass switched to 
Southern select. © Oct. 23, 1940: KK 
1935. 

Gamble- Skogmo, inc. . . . operating Gam- 
ble stores, Minneapolis. 11999 
Gamble's radio and appliance show. 

For radios and appliances. © Oct. 24, 

1940 ; KK 2142. 

General cigar co., inc.. New York. 

12000-12006 
For cigars : 

It's an old favorite with young 
men. © Sept. 25, 1940; KK 1813. 

It's an old favorite with young men. 
© Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 1812. 

It's an old favorite with young 
men. © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 2207. 

It's an old favorite with young men. 
© Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 1814. 

New richness in Robt. Burns co- 
ronas— 10(^. © Oct. 2, 1940; KK 1810. 

Thanks . . for introducing me to 
the perfect-taste cigar. © Oct. 23, 
1940 ;KK 1811. 

Thanks for introducing me to the 
perfect-taste cigar. © Nov. 3, 1940; 
KK 2208. 

General fireproofing co., Youngstown, O. 

12007 

Modern business equipment in metal. 

For metal desks, chairs, filing cabinets, 

safes, shelving and office supplies. © 

Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1374. 

General foods corp.. New York. 

12008-12035 

Chocolate and spice. For chocolate. 
© Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 1700. 

Dont wait another day to enjoy this 
better cup of coffee. For coffee. © 
Sept. 19, 1940; KK 1948. 

Flash! Maxwell house now 55% 
richer. For coffee. © Sept. 26, 1940; 
KK 1707. 

Get more of the vitamin Bi you need. 
For corn flakes. © Oct. 18, 1940; KK 
1711. 

How to get more fun out of life. For 
bran flakes. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 
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12056 



How to make the most out of life. 
For bran flakes. © Oct. 3, 1940; KK 
1947. 

Hurray! Now I can get real Log 
cabin syrup on my budget ! For syrup. 
© Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 1705. 

Hurray! Now we can get precious 
vitamin Bi in delicious Post toasties. 
For corn flakes. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 
1233. 

I won 4 ribbons at the fair. For bran 
flakes. © Aug. 8, 1940; KK 1237. 

I'm modern enough to like short-cuts. 
For powdered pectin. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; 
KK 1236. 

Jelly champion tells why she insists 
on Certo. For pectin. © June 5, 1940 ; 
KK 1234. 

Jones boys in Let 'er buck. For corn 
flakes. © Aug. 11, 1940; KK 1238. 

Keeping up with the Jones family! 
For corn flakes. © Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 
1712. 

Lucy Jones meets the champ! For 
corn flakes. © Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 1945. 

Now — get vitamin Bi — the energy 
vitamin — in delicious Post toasties. 
For corn flakes. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; KK 
1706. 

Now we can afford real Log cabin 
syrup. For syrup. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 
1704. 

Old South first welcomed it. For 
coffee. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 1702. 

Same. © Sept. 13, 1940; KK 

1708. 

Put on your cooking cap. For choco- 
late. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 1699. 

Roger Jones puts over a hot idea. 
For corn flakes. © Aug. 11, 1940 ; KK 
1244. 

Simply topping! For chocolate. © 
Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 1701. 

Team's gotta wait! For syrup. © 
Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 1944. 

What a break! A swell-tasting 
breakfast that helps to give us the vita- 
min Bi we need daily. For corn flakes. 
© Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 1943. 

What a compliment I got when I 
served the new Maxwell house. For 
coffee. © Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 1710. 

What a hit I made with the new 
Maxwell house. For coffee. © Oct. 3, 
1940 ; KK 1713. 

What gay times there were at the old 
Maxwell house. For coffee. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ;KK 1709. 



When beauty and chivalry met at the 
old Maxwell house . . . For coffee. © 
Aug. 16, 1940 ; KK 1235. 

Yes, sir! My Ed is shingling both 
barns himself. For bran flakes. © 
Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1697. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 

12036, 12037 

Chocolate chip cookies. For flour. 
© May 15, 1940 ; KK 1488. 

Oomph. For breakfast cereal food. 
© May 2, 1940 ; KK 1489. 

General pharmacal co., inc., Louisville. 

12038, 12039 

Bizma-zyme-olates. For tablet for 
stomach acidity. © Aug. 5, 1940; KK 
2244. 

Chigger-skid-doo. For ointment for 
relief from chiggers. © July 10, 1940 ; 
KK 2246. 

General railway signal co., Rochester, 

N. y. 12040 

Type A, a new facing point lock for 

any spring switch. For facing point 

lock. © Sept. 6, 1940; KK 1283. 

General refractories co., Philadelphia. 

12041 

Grco rear arch tile & Grco blow-off 

protection tile for H, R. T. boilers. For 

rear arch tile. © Nov. 7, 1940; KK 

2115. 

General tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 

12042, 12043 

General jumbo jr. industrial balloon 
tires. For pneumatic tires. © Oct. 2, 
1940 ; KK 1890. 

Whatever car you buy. For tires. © 
Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1970. 

Goldstein, Gustave, doing business as 
Humania hair goods & specialty co., 
New York. 12044 

Original life-like suntan reproduc- 
tions in dolls. For dolls. © Sept. 24, 
1940 ; KK 1284. 

Golovin (Willard B.), inc.. New York. 

12045 
Aberle sheer enduring beauty, on the 
road to increased sales. For hosiery. 
© July 26, 1940 ; KK 1491. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 

12046-12056 

Bland emollient for skins that re- 
sent . . . For cosmetics. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ;KK 1765. 

Bland emollient . . . sensitive treat- 
ment. For cosmetics. © Nov. 7, 1940; 
KK 2134. 



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Gray (Dorothy) ltd. — Continued. 

Come bone up on beauty. For cos- 
metics and beauty treatments. © Oct. 
25, 1940 ;KK 2131. 

Creamy-textured lipstick and rouge 
in rich . . . shades. For cosmetics. © 
Nov. 3, 1940 ; KK 2127. 

Dorothy Gray cleansing cream 
special. For cleansing cream. © Sept. 
3, 1940; KK 1457. 

Dorothy Gray gifts to make the heart 
beat faster. For cosmetics. © Oct. 29, 
1940 ; KK 1447. 

Dorothy Gray lipsticks. For lipstick. 
© Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 1458. 

Dorothy Gray lipsticks give a satin- 
smooth finish . . . For lipstick. © 
Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 1474. 

Dorothy Gray money-making glitter. 
For cosmetics. © Oct. 14, 1940; KK 
1717. 

Especially blended for you to use in 
this hot . . . climate. For cosmetics. 
©Oct. 15, 1940; KK 2132. 

Salon secrets of make-up. For cos- 
metics. © Oct. 25, 1940; KK 1448. 

Hamilton mfg. co., Two Rivers, Wis. 

12057 
How to lay out your composing room. 
For composing room & printing equip- 
ment. © Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 1992. 

Hampden brewing co., Willimansett, 
Mass. 12058-12060 

Look behind the label. For ale. © 

Nov. 6, 1940 ; KK 2047. 

Look for the name. For ale. © Sept. 

12, 1940 ; KK 1256. 

You'll like it. For ale. © Oct. 15, 

1940 ; KK 1255. 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 

12061-12063 

Cast your vote for Hanley's. For ale. 
© Nov. 4, 1940 ; KK 1714. 

No sense taking chances. For ale. 
© Oct. 28, 1940 ; KK 1390. 

No substitute for me. For ale. © 
Nov. 12, 1940 ; KK 1955. 

Hastings mfg. co., Hastings, Mich. 

12064, 12065 

America has voted and Steel-vent 
wins. For piston rings. © Nov. 6, 
1940 ; KK 1928. 

Tough but oh so gentle. For piston 
rings. © Oct. 9, 1940 ; KK 1507. 

Heatbath corp., Springfield, Mass. 

12066 
Monofax. For one tank bath for 
black finishing steel. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; 
KK 1229. 



Higgins brick & tile works, Moneta, 
Calif. 12067 

Dovtail reinforced brick. For brick. 

© Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 1770. 

Hinde & Dauch paper co., Sandusky, O. 

12068 
Duplex . . the newest thing in ship- 
ping boxes. For shipping boxes. © 
Sept. 10, 1940 : KK 2023. 

Holgate bros. co., Kane, Pa. 12069 

Woodamotive . . the last word in new 
toys. For wooden toys. © Oct. 21, 
1940 ; KK 1807. 

Holmes & Edwards div. See Interna- 
tional silver co. 

Horn (A. C.) co., Long Island City, 
N. Y. 12070 

Waterfoil for the waterproofing dec- 
oration of concrete, stucco and brick. 
For waterproof decoration of concrete, 
etc. © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 1498. 

Humania hair goods & specialty co. 
See Goldstein (Gustave) 

Hurtt, Henry, Baltimore. 12071,12072 
Gives the shine that makes you start. 
For wax. © Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 1887. 

Sanitary supplies. For sanitary sup- 
plies. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 1888. 

Hygrade Sylvania corp., Salem, Mass. 

12073-12075 

Big fall profits ahead. For fluores- 
cent lamps & miralumes. © Sept. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1387. 

Hygrade fluorescent selling sensation- 
ally. For fluorescent lamps & mira- 
lumes. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1388. 

More light— without glare . . . For 
fluorescent lamps & miralumes. © 
Oct. 1, 1940; KK 1386. 

Inter-communication system of Amer- 
ica, Chicago. 12076 
Flash a call, the magic electric 
voice. For inter-communicating ap- 
paratus. © June 4, 1940 ; KK 1998. 

International latex corp.. New York. 

12077-12079 

Christmas dollar$ are calling you. 
For latex cape and girdle. © Nov. 7, 
1940 ; KK 2149. 

Four-star holiday performance. For 
latex make-up cape. © Oct. 28, 1940; 
KK 1501. 

Our national advertising campaign. 
For latex girdle, make-up cape. © Oct. 
19, 1940 ; KK 1502. 



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International silver co., Holmes & Ed- 
wards div., Meriden, Conn. 

12080-12092 

4 5 o'clock teaspoons for $1.00. For 
silverware. © Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 1582. 

Same. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 

1584. 

Same. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 

1586. 

Same. © Sept. 15, 1940; KK 

1585. 

4 for $1.00. For silverware. © Sept. 
10, 1940 ; KK 1587. 

Go on . . . they're all alike. For sil- 
verware. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1589. 

Holmes & Edwards introduces. For 
silverware. © Sept. 10, 1940; KK 
1580. 

Introducing Youth, For sterling in- 
laid silverplate silverware. © Aug. 5, 
1940 ;KK 1338. 

Original idea in silverware de- 
sign . . . For silverware. © Oct. 10, 
1940 ; KK 1581. 

Reigning beauties of silverdom. For 
silverware. © Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1588. 

Smart fashion special. For silver- 
ware. © Aug. 29, 1940 ; KK 1583. 

Thanks to you . . . For silverware. 
© Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 1579. 

They're scurrying like mad. For 
sterling inlaid silverware. © Sept. 5, 
1940 ; KK 1339. 

J. F. D. mfg. CO., Julius Finkel, prop., 
Brooklyn. 12093 

Pair of winners. For belts, bands, 

cables, cords. © Nov. 4, 1940; KK 

2150. 

Jeffrey mfg. co., Columbus, O. 12094 
Jeffrey jigrit no. 1. For grit washer. 
© Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1590. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, 
N. J. 12095-12099 

Artificial anus with subtotal colect- 
omy. For sutures. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 
1477. 

Duo liquid adhesive, technique for 
neatness. For liquid adhesive. © Oct. 
30, 1940 ; KK 1966. 

How to judge filter disks. For filter 
disks. © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 1967. 

Let it rain ... let it snow. For 
rapid-flo filter disks. © Oct. 21, 1940: 
KK 1478. 

Surgery of the ear, operative pro- 
cedure, plate 111. For sutures. © 
Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 1969. 



Johnson products co., Buffalo. 12100 
Johnson products co. cleaner. For 
household cleaner. © Sept. 11, 1940; 
KK 2009. 

Jordan, Frank George. See Wurl-a-ball 

CO. 

Kathanode Corp., St. Paul. 12101 

Batrecheck. For battery testing ap- 
paratus. © Sept. 3, 1940; KK 1368. 

Kayser (Julius) & co., New York. 

12102-12104 

Kayser Christmas promotion and 
glove mats 1940. For gloves. © Nov. 
1, 1940 ; KK 2086. 

Kayser Christmas promotion and hos- 
iery mats 1940. For hosiery. © Nov. 
1, 1940 ; KK 2087. 

Kayser Christmas promotion and un- 
derwear mats 1940. For underwear. 
©Nov. 1,1940 ;KK 2088. 

Kaywoodie co.. New York. 12105-12107 
5 partners of yours. For pipes. © 

Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 1506. 
Give him the satisfaction of owning 

the finest of personal possessions. For 

pipes. © Oct. 31, 1940 ; KK 1929. 
One of the good things of life. For 

pipes. © Nov. 6, 1940; KK 1930. 

Keith (Geo. E.) co., Campello (Brock- 
ton) Mass. 12108,12109 
Walk-over, do inside wrinkles spoil 

your fun? For footwear. © Oct. 3, 

1940 ; KK 1975. 
Walk-over, the shoe with the silver 

lining. For footwear. © Oct. 17, 1940 ; 

KK 1974. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 12110 

Imagine! A crisp and delicious 
breakfast cereal instead of doses to 
combat constipation. For bran cereal. 
©Oct. 21, 1940; KK 1516. 

Kitchen katch-all corp., Greenwich, O. 

12111-12113 

New improved vapor-all vaporizer 
humidifier. For vaporizer-humidifier. 
© Sept. 16, 1940 ; KK 1288. 

When you bring your baby home, M4. 
For sterilizers, bottle warmers, bottles, 
nipples, and caps. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 
1286. 

M6. For electric sterilizers and 

bottle warmers. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 
1287. 

Kochs sales Corp., Chicago. 12114 

Figure control. For exercising ma- 
chine for reducing. © Aug. 30, 1940; 
KK 1519. 



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Kroehler mfg. co., Chicago. 12115 

Color harmonized furniture. For 

furniture. © May 17, 1940; KK 1315. 

Lee rubber & tire corp., Conshohocken, 
Pa. 12116, 12117 

Cash on hand Nov. 14, 1883. For rub- 
ber & tires. © Sept. 18, 1940; KK 
2012. 

Lee puncture proofs pioneered the 
farm roads. For tires. © Oct. 2, 1940 ; 
KK 2013. 

Lee tire & rubber co., Conshohocken, Pa. 

12118 
Engineering victories, army airplanes. 
For tires. © Oct. 2, 1940 ; KK 2010. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, 
N. J. 12119-12133 

Chalk up another customer, Joe ! For 

disinfectant. © Nov. 9, 1940; KK 

2084. 

85% more tooth powder for 36% less 
money. For tooth powder. © Oct. 23, 
1940 ; KK 1534. 

For the first time in Hinds history. 
For lotion. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 1454. 

Hinds l(l! sale . . . 2 50(i bottles. 
For lotion. © Nov. 4, 1940 ; KK 1761. 

Hinds 14 sale. What a buy. For 
lotion. © Nov. 6, 1940 ; KK 1760. 

Honey, beauty advisor says: Red 
chapped hands put you in the stay-at- 
home class. For hand lotion. © Nov. 
1, 1940 ; KK 1719. 

It's like getting an extra can . . . 
For tooth powder. © Oct. 22, 1940; 
KK 1535. 

Lysol minute movies. Bathroom gets 
a break. For disinfectant. © Oct. 31, 
1940 ;KK 1774. 

Lysol minute movies. Mama's little 
helper. For disinfectant. © Sept. 19, 
1940; KK 1530. 

Lysol saves hospitals money. For 
disinfectant. © Nov. 1, 1940; KK 
1775. 

Meet the lipstick that goes on with 
the sheen of satin. For cosmetics. © 
Nov. 1,1940 ;KK 1764. 

This 85% bigger can now 17<i^. For 
tooth powder. © Oct. 30, 1940; KK 
1773. 

Tooth paste test that has lasted for 
18,000 days. For tooth paste. © 
Nov. 2, 1940 ; KK 2015. 

Tussy launches national campaign 
with this page . . . For cosmetics. © 
Oct. 14, 1940 ; KK 1718. 



Watch out for your patient . . . and 
yourself. For disinfectant. © Nov. 13, 
1940 ; KK 2085. 
Levor (G.) & co., inc.. New York. 12134 

How to prolong the life of your white 
kid shoes. For white kid leather. © 
Nov. 13, 1935 ; KK 1777. 

Levy (Chas. H.) co., inc., New Orleans, 

La. 12135 

Fabric fabulous. For ties. © Sept. 
25, 1940; KK 1740. 
Lexington roller mills, inc., Lexington, 

Ky. 12136-12142 

Biscuits made with Vitohart flour go 
like hot cakes. For flour. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ; KK 1844. 

Every member of your family will 
say, Pass the biscuits, mother. For 
flour. © Sept. 13, 1940; KK 1254. 

From biscuits to cakes, no matter 
what you want to bake ... it will be 
better with Vitohart flour. For flour. 
© Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 1251. 

Naturally . . Vitohart flour makes 
tastier biscuits, rolls, bread. For flour. 
© Oct. 11, 1940; KK 1843. 

New taste appeal — vitalize appetite 
with Vitohart. For flour. © Oct. 25, 
1940 ;KK 1845. 

Once on the table, they disappear like 
magic, when you use Vitohart flour. 
For flour. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; KK 1252. 

Vitohart flour makes better bread 
than mother was ever able to make. 
For flour. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 1253. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 

12143-12159 

Big load of flavor. P. C. Harbage. 
For smoking tobacco. © Aug. 1, 1940; 
KK 1575. 

Big smile in every pipe load . . . 
Granger. For smoking tobacco. © 
Sept. 27, 1940; KK 1329. 

Do you smoke the cigarette that satis- 
fies, Cecille Perkins. For cigarettes. 
© July 29, 1940 ; KK 1572. 

Fred McMurray. For cigarettes. 

© Sept. 24, 1940; KK 1334. 

Gene Sarazon. For cigarettes. 

© Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 1335. 

Girl cheer leader. For ciga- 
rettes. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 1578. 

Poley McClintock and Donna 

Dae ... on Fred Waring's . . . broad- 
casts. For cigarettes, © Aug. 1, 1940 ; 
KK 1573. 

Robert Rapelyee, Georgette Mc- 

Kee. For cigarettes. © Sept. 17, 
1940 ;KK 1333. 



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3 girl fliers. For cigarettes. © 

Oct. 14, 1940; KK 1336. 

Double and redouble. Queen of 
hearts. For cigarettes. © Sept. 25, 
1940 ; KK 1332. 

Johnny get your pipe , . . this Velvet's 
great, Capt. Harry B. MacLaughlin. 
For smoking tobacco. © Sept. 27, 1940 : 
KK 1330. 

Join up soldier! Soldier and sailor. 
For smoking tobacco. © Sept. 20, 1940 : 
KK 1331. 

O. K. mister — here's the smoker's 



cigarette. Paul Derringer. For ciga- 
rettes. © Sept. 30, 1940 ; KK 1337. 

Tobaccoland U. S. A. For cigarettes. 
© Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1577. 

2 way champ. Paul Derringer. For 
smoking tobacco. © Aug. 27, 1940 ; KK 
1576. 

Way to more smoking pleasure. 
Aviatrix. For cigarettes. © Aug. 7, 
1940 ; K K1571. 

When there's a whiff o' Velvet. 
Sterling Hayden. For smoking to- 
bacco. © July 27, 1940 ; KK 1574. 

Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit. 

12160-12167 
For bread: 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 1. © Sept. 
10. 1940 ; KK 1982. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 2, Tonto 
kills the couger. © Sept. 17, 1940; 
KK 1981. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 3, The law 
of the Indians. © Sept. 24, 1940; KK 
1984. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 4, One des- 
perate night. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1980. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 5, Tonto 
survives. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1983. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 6, Apaches 
with thunder rods. © Oct. 15, 1940; 
KK 1979. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 7, Tonto 
is attacked. © Oct. 22, 1940 ; KK 1977. 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 8, After 
the massacre. © Oct. 29, 1940; KK 
1978. 

Lorillard (P.) co., New York. 

12168-12171 

Great pipe offer. For tobacco. © 
Oct. 2, 1940 ; KK 1527. 

Hey buckaroo! Have you tried . . . 
For cigarettes. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 
1537. 

Just hatched. For cigarettes. © 
July 6, 1940 ; KK 1526. 



When they're up and back . . . For 

chewing tobacco. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 

1524. 

Macmillan petroleum corp., Los An- 
geles. 12172-12174 
ABC of Ring-free. For motor oil. © 

Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1818. 

Believe it or not ! by Ripley. Rex 

Mays. For motor oil. © Nov. 7, 1940 ; 

KK 1964. 

Believe it or not ! by Ripley. Winter 

Ring-free. For motor oil. © Oct. 24, 

1940 ; KK 1965. 

Maggi CO., inc.. New York. 12175 

For better bouillon . . for better cook- 
ery. For bouillon cubes. © Sept. 27, 
1940 ; KK 1680. 

Masonite Corp., Chicago. 12176-12178 
Do you want more chicks. For build- 
ing materials. © Sept. 25, 1940; KK 

1227. 
Masonite Presdwood temprtile. For 

building materials. © Sept. 10, 1940; 

KK 1226. 
New faces for waste spaces. For 

building materials. © Aug. 8, 1940; 

KK 1225. 

Master mechanics co., Cleveland. 

12179 
Our 7 is not a gamble — 410 brew- 
masters can't be wrong. For brewery 
maintainance finishes. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; 
KK 1495. 

Mautz paint & varnish co., Madison, 
Wis. 12180 

Benny. For paint & varnish prod- 
ucts. © July 15, 1940 ; KK 1602. 

Meehanite metal Corp., Chattanooga. 

12181 
Meehanite, the metal for cast-to-form 
dies. For cast .iron of improved qual- 
ity. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 1802. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, 
Mass. 12182 

Shows amazing origins of English 
words. For Webster's new interna- 
tional dictionary, second edition. © 
Oct. 10, 1940; KK 1985. 

Merrimade, inc., Lawrence, Mass. 

12183 
Useful accessories of paper. For 

paper accessories. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 

1901. 

Miller printing machinery co., Pitts- 
burgh. 12184 
Star salesmen. For printing presses. 

© Oct. 31, 1940; KK 2018. 



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Minipics co. 8ee Minipix corp. 

Minipix corporation — successors to the 
Minipics co., New York. 12185 

Personalized photoseal greeting 
cards. For greeting cards and Christ- 
mas folders. © June 1, 1940; KK 
1640. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 

12186 
101 uses in home and office. For 
Scotch tape. © Nov. 10, 1940; KK 
2159. 

Motor products corp,, Deep-freeze div., 
North Chicago, 111. 12187-12189 

Deep-freeze frozen-fresh food storage 
for home or store. For home storage 
unit for fresh frozen foods. © June 12, 
1940 ; KK 2216. 

Deep-freeze, the modern horn of 
plenty. For home storage unit for fresh 
frozen foods. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 2217. 
We're living better and saving money. 
For home storage unit for fresh frozen 
foods. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 2218. 

Movado watch agency, inc., New York. 

12190 
Movado watches. For watches. © 
Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1382. 

Multi products co., division of Protecto- 
seal CO. of America, inc. See Pro- 
tectoseal co. of America, inc., Multi 
product CO. division. 

Myer's tire supply co., Akron, O. 

12191 
Myer's super hydraulic spreader. For 
hydraulic spreader. © Oct. 1, 1940; 
KK 2174. 

National committee for music apprecia- 
ation, New York. 12192-12210 

For phonograph records : 

America's outstanding music appre- 
ciation movement in behalf of grand 
operas . . . Beginning Oct. 18th, the 
Detroit distribution of . . . © Oct. 14, 
1940 ; KK 1318. 

America's outstanding music appre- 
ciation movement in behalf of grand 
operas! Beginning Oct. 19th, the Chi- 
cago distribution of . . . © Oct. 16, 
1940 ; KK 1323. 

Baltimore committee for music ap- 
preciation. Ready tomorrow, Aida. © 
Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 1679. 

Chicago society for music educa- 
tion on Saturday, Oct. 19th, will begin 
the distribution of . . . © Oct. 17, 
1940 ; KK 1327. 



Chicago society for music educa- 
tion, ready today! Aida. © Nov. 2, 
1940 ; KK 1831. 

Chicago society for music educa- 
tion starting to-day. You can get Faust. 
© Oct. 26, 1940 ; KK 1830. 

Detroit committee for music appre- 
ciation on Friday, Oct. 18th, will begin 
the distribution of . . . © Oct. 15, 1940 ; 
KK 1320. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer ! Distribution begins tomorrow ! 
La Boheme. © Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 1932. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer! Distribution begins tomorrow! 
Madame Butterfly. © Oct. 25, 1940; 
KK 1569. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer ready tomorrow ! Giuseppe Ver- 
di's illustrious Aida. © Oct. 18, 1940; 
KK 1319. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer ready tomorrow. Giuseppi Verdi's 
La traviata. © Nov. 22, 1940; KK 
2228. 

Evening star's music appreciation 
offer, the world's favorite grand operas. 
© Oct. 22, 1940 ; KK 1325. 

Hartford music distribution starts 
today at 9 a. m. © Nov. 13, 1940 ; KK 
1989. 

Michigan committee for music ap- 
preciation . . . Tomorrow at 9 a. m. 
will begin the distribution of Carmen. 
© Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 1321. 

Philadelphia committee for music 
appreciation distributes the world's 
greatest music for everybody. © Oct. 
21, 1940 ; KK 1737. 

Today ! Come to distribution head- 
quarters 1725 Chestnut St., hours, 9 a. 
m. to 6 p. m. © Oct. 25, 1940 ; KK 1326. 

Today! The Chicago society for 
music education will distribute Carmen. 
©Oct. 19, 1940; KK 1324. 

Today ! The Detroit committee for 
music appreciation brings you Carmen. 
© Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 1322. 

Tomorrow . . . Another thrilling 
opera release. Mme. Butterfly. © Oct. 
31, 1940 ; KK 1988. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 

12211 
National's sensational new cutting 
machine. For shape cutting machines. 
© Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 2019. 

National supply co., Pittsburgh. 

12212. 12213 



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12248 



Ideal disengaging coupling attach- 
ment and independent hydromatic brake 
mountings, bulletin 286. For disengag- 
ing coupling attachment & hydromatic 
brake mounting. © Nov. 18, 1940 ; KK 
2163. 

Ideal draw works no. 34-8i^-FE, 
bulletin no. 283. For oil well machin- 
ery. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 1570. 

Needlecraft supply co., Chicago. 

12214, 12215 

Jiffy octagon star. For pieces of cloth 
to be used in making quilts. © Aug. 
22, 1940 ;KK 1859. 

Jiffy octagon star. [Beauty-quickly 
made-low price] For pieces of cloth 
to be used in making quilts. © Apr. 
27, 1940 ; KK 2167. 

Neiman-Marcus co., Dallas. 12216 

Discover the subtlety of this tone-on- 

tone topaques with brown. For ladies 

dresses, shoes and accessories. © Sept. 

7, 1940 ; KK 2022. 

Nuera products co., Hartford, Wis. 

12217 
Do you look your very best . . . For 

cosmetics. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 1806. 

Nutrition research laboratories, inc., 
Chicago. 12218 

Putting the joy back into living. For 

medicinal preparation. © Aug. 10, 

1940 ; KK 1594. 

Old charter distillery co., inc., Louis- 
ville. 12219 
Enriched by nature. For straight 

bourbon whiskey. © Sept. 12, 1940; 

KK 1549. 

Old Quaker co,, Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

12220 
Cool off. For whiskey. © Aug. 20, 

1940 ; KK 1999. 

Ortho products, inc., Linden, N. J. 

12221 

Indispensable three. For vaginal 
jelly. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 1968. 

Oshkosh b'Gosh, inc., Oshkosh, Wis. 

12222 
Oshkosh b'Gosh fits 'em all. For 
overalls. © Oct. 21, 1940 ; KK 1375. 

Ostermoor & co., Bridgeport, Conn. 

12223 
News of the latest in sleep comfort. 
For mattress. © Nov. 25, 1940; KK 
2227. 
Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 

12224-12245 
At ease with Pabst Blue ribbon. For 
beer. © July 24, 1940 ; KK 2158. 



Boy — was I right . . . For beer. © 
Sept. 11, 1940; KK 1297. 

Favorite. For beer. © Sept. 4, 
1940 ; KK 1308. 

For better bottomed cloth. For de- 
sizing. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 1540. 

4 hours and not a bite. For beer. © 
Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 1291. 

Howdy, Mr. 33 to 1 . . . For beer. 
© Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 1302. 

It's a 33 to 1 bet .. . For beer. © 
Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1309. 

It's 33 to 1 . . . For beer. © Aug. 
28, 1940 ; KK 1294. 

It's 33 to 1 I know why gentlemen 
prefer Pabst. For beer. © Aug. 28, 
1940 ; KK 1296. 

It's 33 to 1 you know your beer, 
boss ! For beer. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 
1298. 

Launching. For beer. © Aug. 28, 
1940 ; KK 1293. 

Major, it's 33 to 1 you saved the day 
for me. For beer. © Aug. 28, 1940; 
KK 1295. 

My idea of heaven . . . For beer. © 
Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 1292. 

New! . . Brewery-packed. For beer. 
© Oct. 15, 1940; KK 1539. 

Nothing but class at my table. For 
beer. © Sept. 11, 1940 ; KK 1301. 

One good turn. For beer. © Sept. 
11, 1940; KK 1300. 

Ouch! If the boss orders . . . For 
beer. © Sept. 11, 1940; KK 1299. 

'Ten-shun .... For beer. © Sept. 
25, 1940; KK 1304. 

33 to 1 . . . best bet for beer enjoy- 
ment For beer. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 
1306. 

What makes a champ? For beer. 
© Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 1305. 

World-wide favorite of the service 
. . . For beer. © Aug. 25, 1940; KK 
1303. 

You'll vote it . . . For beer. © Oct. 
10, 1940 ; KK 1307. 

Parke, Davis & co., Detroit. 12246 

Justin Gates. For drugs. © Aug. 

15, 1940 ; KK 2002. 

Parker pen co., Janes ville, Wis. 

12247, 12248 
Old-time Parkers still going strong 

after 51 years. For pens & ink. © 

Oct. 19, 1940 ; KK 1593. 
This is no time to be writing the 

hard way. For pens, pencils and ink. 

© Nov. 16, 1940 ; KK 2165. 



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Paxon CO., E. L. Paxon, sole owner, 
Dowagiac, Mich. 12249 

Buildsaw, bulletin 1040. For power 

woodworking saw. © Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 

2166. 

Pennsylvania grade crude oil assn,, Oil 
City, Pa. 12250 

Plenty of cash in these pants pockets 

... For oil. © Oct. 8, 1940 ; KK 1340. 

Pepper (Jas. E.) & co., inc., Lexington, 
Ky. 12251, 12252 

Born with the republic. For Ken- 
tucky straight bourbon whiskey. © 
Sept. 6, 1940; KK 1724. 

Same. © Oct. 11, 1940; KK 

2219. 

Pepsi-cola co., Long Island City, N. Y. 

12253 
Pepsi & Pete at zoo. For soft drink. 
© Oct. 19, 1940 ; KK 1328. 

Pillsbury mills co., Minneapolis. 

12254, 12255 

11 tempting new recipes. For self- 
rising flour. © Sept. 7, 1940 ; KK 2249. 

Save this trademark. For wheat 
flour. © Sept. 17, 1940 ; KK 2248. 

Pleet, Emmanuel, & Pleet, Sylvan, dba. 

Belmont trouser co., Baltimore. 

12256 

Belmont news. For trousers. © Oct 
17, 1940 ; KK 1270. 

Pleet, Sylvan. See Pleet (Emmanuel) 
Proctor electric co., Philadelphia. 

12257 
Deliciously different. For toaster. 
© Sept. 25, 1940 ; KK 2178. 

Protectoseal co. of America, inc., Multi 
products CO. division, Chicago. 12258 
Multi craft. For plastic novelties. 

© Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 1497. 

Purex Corp., ltd.. South Gate, Calif. 

12259-12264 
For bleach : 

Have you tried this new-type gentle 
bleach. © June 13, 1940 ; KK 1556. 

My linens were tattered and so 
were my nerves. © June 24, 1940 ; KK 
1555. 

New-type bleach. © Aug. 8, 1940 ; 
KK 1554. 

New-type bleach. © July 11, 1940 ; 
KK 1782. 

New type laundry bleach proves 
gentle to linens. © May 27, 1940 ; KK 
1557. 



This new-type bleach. © May 16, 
1940; KK 1553. 

Reece button hole machine co., Boston. 

12265 
Smooth sailing. For button hole ma- 
chines. © Nov. 4, 1940 ; KK 1990. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 12266-12303 

Beadleston sisters of Park Avenue 
and Southampton. For cigarettes. © 
Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 2129. 

Come a-touring America with Chub- 
bins and me. For smoking tobacco. © 
Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 1449. 

Dish up those . . . makin's. For 
smoking tobacco. © Aug. 27, 1940 ; KK 
1469. 

Either way — in pipes or papers, 
cooler burning counts. For smoking to- 
bacco. © Oct. 31, 1940 ; KK 1759. 

Extra distance in his drives . . . For 
cigarettes. © Sept. 9, 1940; KK 1470. 

Fast, easy rolling — mild smoking. 
For smoking tobacco. © Sept. 10, 
1940 ; KK 1473. 

Fireball king, champion bowler Joe 
Norris. For cigarettes. © Nov. 17, 
1940 ; KK 2135. 

Gather 'round, folks ! Let me tell you 
about . . . For cigarettes and smoking 
tobacco. © Oct. 14, 1940 ; KK 1450. 

Gives friend a hand to rolling joy! 
For smoking tobacco. © Sept. 12, 
1940 ; KK 1456. 

Here's extra listening pleasure . . . 
from the cigarette . . . For cigarettes. 
© Oct. 25, 1940 ; KK 1762. 

He's off to mild . . . makin's. For 
smoking tobacco. © Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 
1468. 

It takes the extras to be a flight 
superintendent. For cigarettes. © 
Nov. 3, 1940; KK 1720. 

Light up the way to cooler, milder . . . 
makin's smokes. For tobacco, © Nov. 
9, 1940 ; KK 2130. 

Makin's fan steps up smoke . . . For 
smoking tobacco. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 
1467. 

Man with extra patience . . . David 
Burpee. For cigarettes. © Oct. 25, 
1940; KK 1721. 

Man with the one-way foot. Wilbur 
Shaw. For cigarettes. © Sept. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1461. 

Meet the gent who put me next . . . 
For smoking tobacco. © Oct. 22, 1940 ; 
KK 1445. 



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Miss Eleanor Frothingham of Boston. 
For cigarettes. © Sept. 6, 1940; KK 
1472. 

More light on milder, fast-rolled 
makin's smokes. For smoking tobacco. 
© Oct. 29, 1940 ; KK 1722. 

or Judge Robbins at Grand canyon, 
Arizona. For smoking tobacco. © Oct. 
27, 1940 ; KK 1452. 

01 'Judge Robbins in the old South- 
west, New Mexico. For smoking to- 
bacco. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 1763. 

or Judge Robbins in the old South- 
west — New Mexico. For tobacco. © 
Oct. 25, 1940 ; KK 2133. 

Same. © Nov. 13, 1940; KK 

2128. 

or Judge Robbins (Iowa Indian 
pipes) For smoking tobacco. © Sept. 
4, 1940 ; KK 1460. 

or Judge Robbins, [Old mill] For 
smoking tobacco. © Aug. 21, 1940 ; KK 
1466. 

Same. © Aug. 24, 1940; KK 

1463. 

Same. © Aug. 31, 1940; KK 

1462. 

Roll 'em and cheer — no other tobacco 
like it ! For smoking tobacco. © Oct. 
24, 1940 ; KK 1451. 

Rolling 'em neat and smooth. For 
smoking tobacco. © Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 
147L 

Scores every time for mild . . . smokes. 
For smoking tobacco. © Sept. 17, 1940 ; 
KK 1459. 

She crashed the gate to fame! 
Jacquelyn Boddie. For cigarettes. © 
Oct. 20, 1940 ; KK 1453. 

Slow-burning Camels sure are the 
cigarette with the extras. For ciga- 
rette. © Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 1465. 

There's one thing smokers certainly 
... For tobacco. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 
2126. 

They're right on top of delight-full 
makin's smokes. For smoking tobacco. 
© Aug. 31, 1940 ; KK 1455. 

This fall — ^harvest happier smoking 
. . . For smoking tobacco. © Aug. 22, 
1940 ; KK 1464. 

We're out of the woods on tasty . . . 
makin's smokes ! For smoking tobacco. 
© Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 1444. 

What's this about makin's smokes 
faster, easier? For smoking tobacco. 
© Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 1443. 

You never see him — but his extra skill 
flies . . . For cigarettes. © Oct. 21, 
1940 ;KK 1446. 



Rittenhouse (A. E.) co,, inc., Honeoye 
Falls, N. Y. 12304 

Cleartone economy special. For 

chime signal. © Aug. 14, 1940; KK 

1741. 

Robertson (H. H.) co., Pittsburgh. 

12305 

Robertson Hubbellite, the sanigenic 

floor surfacing. For a sanigenic floor 

surfacing material. © Oct. 30, 1940: 

KK 2231. 

Rossiter — Jarrett furniture co., Day- 
ton, O. 12306 
Flexsteel. For upholstered furniture. 

© Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 1207. 

Roth (Otto) & CO., inc.. New York. 

12307 
Reprint from the New York times . . . 
We agree. For cheese. © Oct. 22, 
1940 ; KK 1871. 

S. O. S. CO., Chicago. 12308 

Look girls . . . For scouring pads. 
© Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 1311. 

S. S. S. CO., Atlanta. 12309 

Hold back the years to look well - to 
feel strong. For medicine. © Nov. 4, 
1940 ; KK 1856. 

Safeway stores, inc., Oakland, Calif. 

12310 

Bread squeezers are discovering . . . 

For bread. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 2025. 

St. Charles mfg. co., St. Charles, 111. 

12311 
Westinghouse coronet. For electric 
range and kitchen cabinets. © Aug. 
15, 1940 ; KK 1416. 

Sanitary grocery co., Washington. 

12312, 12313 

Soft bread fools bread squeezers. For 
bread. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 2024. 

Squeeze and guess? For bread. © 
Oct. 16, 1940 ; KK 2239. 

Sanitized bedding associates, inc., New 
York. 12314-12316 

Approved for the quins, 2001. For 

mattresses. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 1919. 
Now for your beds, too, 2002. For 

mattresses. © Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 1917. 
We have it, 2000. For mattresses. 

© Sept. 18, 1940 ; KK 1918. 

Schautz (William A.), inc., New York. 

12317 
Butter, eggs, milk, nature's sunlight 
foods. For bread. © Apr. 25, 1940; 
KK 1611. 



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Schenley distillers corp., New York. 

12318-12325 

Cream of Kentucky — the double-rich 
bourbon. For straight bourbon 
whiskey. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 1675. 

Same. © Sept. 7, 1940; KK 

1552. 

Same. © Sept. 27, 1940; KK 

1551. 

Cream of Kentucky — the double-rich 
bourbon. For whiskey. © Oct. 18, 
1940 ; KK 2017. 

Enjoy the luxury of the flavor-years. 
For whiskey. © Oct. 10, 1940; KK 
2016. 

Flavor of Schenley whiskey is 
splendid. For whiskey. © Nov. 7, 
1940 ; KK 2111. 

Sam Thompson knows what . . . For 
blended straight whiskies. © Sept. 25, 
1940 ; KK 1550. 

What every woman wants to know 
about a man. For whiskey. © Oct. 3, 
1940 ; KK 2112. 

Schenley import corp., New York. 

12326 
Honours of the King's own royal regi- 
ment. For scotch whiskey. © Sept. 
26, 1940 ; KK 1066. 

Schlitz (Jos.) brewing co., Milwaukee. 

12327 
For great occasions. For beer. © 
Oct. 25, 1940; KK 1490. 

Schmidt brewing co., Detroit. 

12328-12332 

For beer: 

Ask for Schmidt's. © Aug. 26, 
1940 ; KK 1364. 

Labor day — how it began. © Sept. 
2, 1940 ; KK 1363. 

Made a name for itself. © Sept. 
20, 1940; KK 1367. 

United States treasury dep't. re- 
ports ... © Aug. 21, 1940; KK 1365. 

We went to the head of the class. 
© Sept. 7, 1940 ; KK 1362. 

Scull (Wm. S.) CO., Camden, N. J. 

12333-12335 

Color of the new can tells you the 
right grind. For coffee, © Sept. 19, 
1940 ;KK 1957. 

Got some cranky customers? For 
coffee. © Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 1956. 

News of the world . . . news about 
Boscul. For coffee. © July 20, 1940; 
KK 1958. 



Servel, inc., Bvansville, Ind. 

12336-12349 
For refrigerators : 

Boss is a different man, since we 
changed to silence ! SPM 1110. © Oct. 
21, 1940 ; KK 1515. 

Danny doesn't call here any more. 
Since we changed to silence, SPM 1111. 
© Oct. 21, 1940; KK 1514. 

Families who are replacing their 
old refrigerators . . . SPL-1136. © 
Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 1733. 

Have finest automatic refrigeration 
with no electricity, SPM 1136K. © Oct. 
21, 1940 ; KK 1512. 

How to double the joys and con- 
veniences of your individual gas serv- 
ice, SPM1135L. © Oct. 21, 1940; KK 
1513. 

Look . . . they've made a glamour 
girl out of . . . SPM 1112. © Oct. 26, 
1940 ; KK 1825. 

Operating instructions, SVM-1401. 
© Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 1823. 

Operating instructions, SVM-1402. 
© Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 1821. 

Servel electrolux 1941 gas models, 
SPM-205. © Oct. 11, 1940; KK 1730. 

Servers 1941 mail and sale plan, 
SPM242L. © Sept. 28, 1940 ; KK 2014. 

Stays silent, lasts longer, because 
it freezes with no moving parts. © 
Oct. 3, 1940 ; KK 1731. 

Suggested gift items to build more 
sales . . . SPM-289. © Oct. 19, 1940 ; 
KK 1508. 

We were smarter when we got our 
second, ADM 1002. © Oct. 7, 1940 ; KK 
1824. 

Which refrigerator do people 
choose. © Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 1732. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madi- 
son, la. 12350-12362 
Business experience tells you — a 
student's best friend is Sheaffer's. For 
writing supplies. © Aug. 22, 1940 ; KK 
1481. 

Gift of finest quality, Sheaffer's for 
every occasion. For writing equipment. 
© Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2214. 

Give generously yet spend wisely. 
For writing equipment. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2212. 

It costs no more to give your student 
the finest - Sheaffer's. For writing sup- 
plies. © Aug. 21, 1940; KK 1480. 

Lasting link between home, school 
and future is your Sheaffer's gift. For 
writing supplies. © Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 
1767. 



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1238r 



Sheaffer's Feathertouch & Fineline, 
life's most useful, helpful gifts. For 
writing supplies. © Aug. 23, 1940; 
KK 1482. 

Sheaffer's quality, it can favorably 
affect a person's whole life. For writ- 
ing supplies. © Sept. 14, 1940; KK 
1485. 

Student's best friend is Sheaffer's, 
the lasting gift. For writing supplies. 
© Aug. 18, 1940 ; KK 1484. 

There are none finer — and you and I 
can afford them. For writing equip- 
ment. © Nov. 9, 1940 ; KK 2215. 

To bring true the dreams of youth. 
For writing supplies. © Aug. 21, 1940 ; 
KK 1483. 

To give him the world's finest, with- 
out extravagance. For writing equip- 
ment. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 2213. 

To give richly, and buy wisely . . . 
Sheaffer's gifts. For writing supplies. 
© Oct. 5, 1940 ; KK 1486. 

Write to learn — write to earn. For 
writing supplies. © Oct. 2, 1940; KK 
1487. 

Siegal (Jacob) co., Philadelphia. 

12363 
Overcoat you can lift with a match- 
stick. For overcoats. © Nov. 1, 1940; 
KK 1766. 

Simons-Michelson co., Detroit. 12364 
Thompson jewelry co., Christmas 
letterhead. For jewelry. © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; KK 1366. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 

12365 
New Singer triumph in sewing ma- 
chine engineering, form 10201. For 
sewing machine. © Oct. 23, 1940 ; KK 
2033. 

Singer sewing machine co., Elizabeth- 
port, N. J. 12366 
[1941 calendar] For sewing ma- 
chines. © Oct. 23, 1940; KK 2034. 

Spear & co., Pittsburgh. 12367 

Folks, here's a grand gift offer. For 

furniture. © Sept. 29, 1940 ; KK 2021. 

Spool cotton CO., New York. 

12368-12370 

Irish crochet tablecloth. For crochet 
cotton. © July 2, 1940 ; KK 1614. 

Let's make afghans. For afghan 
yarn. © Aug. 13, 1940; KK 1613. 

Salem square. For crochet cotton. 
© July 2, 1940 ; KK 1612. 



Standard brands, inc., New York. 

12371-12373 

Bargain of bargains. For desserts. 
© Nov. 10, 1940; KK 1816. 

Ginger Rogers calls it . . . For gela- 
tin desserts and puddings. © Sept. 6, 
1940 ; KK 1441. 

Madeleine Carroll calls it . . a sure- 
fire recipe. For desserts. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1963. 

Standard-Koppel engraving corp., New- 
York. 12374 
Koppelmetal - save on half tones - 

the new way. For halftone plates. © 

Oct. 22, 1940 ; KK 2093. 

Stetson (John B.) co., Philadelphia. 

12375-12377 

Stetson hits a new high with the new 
lightweight streamlined hat . . . the 
Stratoliner. For men's fur felt hats. 
© Sept. 13, 1940 ; KK 1993. 

Ten million dollar hat. For men's 
fur felt hats. © Sept. 6, 1940; KK 
1995. 

Whippet ... by Stetson. For men's 
fur felt hats. © Sept. 12, 1940; KK 
1994. 

Stewart- Warner corp., Chicago. 12378 
Here's a record to stand on, form 41- 
243. For radio receiving sets. © Sept. 
13, 1940 ; KK 1615. 

Stroock (S.) & CO., inc., New York. 

12379-12381 

Best & CO, features . . . For women's 
dresses. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; KK 2237. 

Marshall Field & co. . . . For 
women's dresses. © Aug. 9, 1940; KK 
2238. 

Stroock R a k u n a . For women's 
dresses. © Aug. 30, 1940; KK 2236. 

Sure-fit products co., Darby, Pa. 12382 
Lovelier than the original upholstery. 
For furniture slip covers. © Oct. 15, 
1940 ; KK 2037. 

Swain (R. L.) tobacco co., inc., Dan- 
ville, Va. 12383 
Pinehurst it's seasoned cigarettes. 

For cigarettes. © Oct. 17, 1940; KK 

1728. 

Tappan stove co., Mansfield, O. 

12384, 12385 
Good cooks agree, form 455. For 
stoves. © Aug. 31, 1940 ; KK 2144. 

Look at it cook, form 450. For 
stoves. © Aug. 28, 1940; KK 2145. 



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Thayer action co., Rockford, 111. 12386 
Heart of the piano. For piano ac- 
tions. © July 1, 1940 ; KK 1568. 

Thomas (Arthur H.) co., Philadelphia. 

12387, 12388 

Haden-H a u s s e r erythrocytometer, 
EE-119. For laboratory apparatus. © 
Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 1617. 

Hemoglobinometers, EE-118. For 
laboratory apparatus. © Sept. 20. 
1940: KK 1616. 

Tide water associated oil co., New York. 

12389-12392 

For long distance. For gasoline. © 
Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1532. 

Open the way to new cruising pleas- 
ure. For marine oil. © Sept. 1, 1940; 
KK 1533. 

Pick of New Jersey. For motor oil. 
© Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 1531. 

3000 acres ... 6 tractors . . . one oil. 
For tractor oil. © Sept. 16, 1940 ; KK 
1735. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 

12393 
Timken tapered roller bearings. For 
roller bearings. © Oct. 30, 1940; KK 
1805. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical corp., 
inc., Louisville. 12394,12395 

Hand-directed fumigation. For a dry 

insecticide for greenhouse fumigation. 

© Oct. 11, 1940 ; KK 1370. 

Mash-nic for control of roundworm, 

ascaridia lineata, in chickens. For 

poultry remedy. © Oct. 14, 1940; KK 

1369. 

Tyler fixture corp., Niles, Mich. 12396 

Tyler for '41. For refrigerators, 

welded steel. © Oct. 30, 1940 ; KK 2198. 

Union oil co. of California, Los Angeles. 

12397, 12398 

Can a 30<^ oil save you money? [LA- 
3108] For motor oil. © Oct. 27, 1940 ; 
KK 1548. 

Isn't one oil as good as another. For 
oil. © Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 2157. 

United date growers of California, In- 
dio, Calif. 12399-12401 

Desert sweets California dates — to- 
day. For California dates. © Sept. 
13, 1940 ; KK 2242. 

Interesting ways to serve Desert 
sweets. For California dates. © Oct. 
19, 1940 : KK 2241. 



Preview. For California dates. © 
Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 2240. 

United distributors, inc., Louisville. 

12402 
Choice of millions. For laxative, © 
Nov. 19, 1940 ; KK 2243. 

United drug co., Boston. 12403-12405 
Acid indigestion from over-eating. 
Get fit as a fiddle the pleasant way. 
Quick Rex-seltzer does the trick. For 
drug products. © Oct 25, 1940; KK 
1808. 

Colds or muscular aches tomorrow — 
check the chance the pleasant way, 
quick Rex-seltzer does the trick. For 
drug product. © Nov. 8, 1940; KK 
2117. 

Morning headaches in the making. 
Banish them the pleasant way. Quick 
Rex-seltzer does the trick. For drug 
product. © Oct. 11, 1940 ; KK 1809. 

Utica & Mohaw^k cotton mills, inc., 
Utica, N. Y. 12406 

Feature picture of restful sleep. For 

sheets & pillowcases. © Aug. 5, 1940; 

KK 1499. 

Vege-juicer co., St. Louis. 12407, 12408 
Get your vitamins and minerals the 

simple, natural way. For electrical 

juicer. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 1413. 
Juicy profits. For electrical juicer. 

©Sept. 6, 1940; KK 1415. 

Vick chemical co.. New York. 12409 
Follow these directions. For phar- 
maceutical products. © Oct. 2, 1940; 
KK 2026. 

Visking corp., Chicago. 12410-12416 

For meat casings : 

Announcing a new and better way. 
© Apr. 28, 1940 ; KK 1636. 

Keep the ball rolling on your pre- 
pared meat sales . . © June 5, 1940; 
KK 2027. 

Land sakes, Ann ! Frankfurters 
with no skins. © July 19, 1940; KK 
1742. 

New flavor protection for liver 
sausage and braunschweiger, © July 
5, 1940 ; KK 2028. 

Right you are, children. © July 3, 
1940 ; KK 1744. 

These delicious cold cuts are a 
short trip to a man's heart. © June 26, 
1-940 ; KK 1743. 

Visking prepared meat selling plan 
sure has put life in our sales. © Apr. 
28, 1940 ; KK 1637. 



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12449 



Vitex laboratories, inc., Harrison, N. J. 

12417-12422 

For vitamin D milk : 

Back to writin' and 'rithmetic - 
that's the time to make D sales stick. 
© Aug. 26, 1940 ; KK 1692. 

Don't let sales take a dive-stay on 
top with vitamin D. © July 25, 1940 ; 
KK 1691. 

Pick vitamin D when you're seek- 
ing the sales that grow in the spring. 
© Apr. 25, 1940 ; KK 1688. 

Want sales to shoot up? Start 
selling vitamin D with a bang ! © June 
25, 1940 ; KK 1693. 

What every June bride should 
know — tell them first about vitamin D. 
© May 24, 1940 ; KK 1690. 

When they move — move in with 
vitamin D. © Sept. 25, 1940; KK 
1689. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc., Peoria, 
111. 12423-12434 

Bernt Balchen. A whiskey as dis- 
tinctive as your signeture. For rye 
whiskey. © Nov. 14, "1940; KK 2077. 

Clyde Pangborn. A whiskey as dis- 
tinctive as your signeture. For rye 
whiskey. © Nov. 19, 1940; KK 2209. 

Hubert Wilkins, a whiskey as distin- 
guished . . . For rye whiskey. © Oct. 
30, 1940 ; KK 1442. 

Lejaren a Hiller. A whiskey as dis- 
tinctive as your signeture. For rye 
whiskey. © Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 1961. 

McClelland Barclay, a whiskey as 
distinctive as your signeture. For rye 
whiskey. © Nov. 6, 1940 ; KK 1817. 

Victor Moore — a whiskey as distinc- 
tive as your signeture. For bonded 
whiskey. © Oct. 23, 1940 ; KK 1269. 

Wm. T. Tilden — a whiskey as distinc- 
tive as your signeture. For bonded 
whiskey. © Oct. 16, 1940; KK 1268. 

Your taste, too . . . For whiskey. © 
Aug. 21, 1940; KK 1439. 

Your taste, too . . . For whiskey. © 
Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 1438. 

Your taste, too . . . [bicycling] For 
whiskey. © Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 1815. 

Your taste, too, has changed. For 
whiskey. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 1440. 

Your taste, too, has changed. The 
big news — 1890. For rye whiskey. © 
Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 1962. 



Ward baking co., New York. 

12435-12438 
Alice Bradley, director of Miss 
Farmer's school of cookery, recom- 
mends these stuffed green peppers. For 
bread. © Oct. 27, 1940; KK 1757. 

Alice Bradley, director of Miss 
Farmer's school of cookery recommends 
this cheese puff pudding. For bread. 
© Nov. 10, 1940 ; KK 1960. 

Alice Bradley, director of Miss 
Farmer's school of cookery, recom- 
mends this vegetable loaf. For bread. 
© Oct. 13, 1940 ; KK 1758. 

Georgia Carroll [calls it] For 
bread & cake. © Oct. 27, 1940; KK 
1437. 

Weinshenk, Sampson, Los Angeles. 

12439 
Package unit wiring plan. For elec- 
tric equipment & wiring. © Aug. 1, 
1940 ; KK 1678. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 

12440-12444 

All this and profits too, for Christmas. 
For ties. © Sept. 20, 1940; KK 2035. 

Christmas comes twice in 1940. For 
ties. © Aug. 21, 1940; KK 1380. 

Every blasted tie like a wrinkled sock. 
For ties. © Sept. 12, 1940; KK 2036. 

Week of sales — just like Christmas. 
For ties. © Aug. 26, 1940; KK 1379. 

You're right Martha — this Wembley 
Nor-east didn't wrinkle at all! For 
ties. © Sept. 6, 1940; KK 1381. 

Wesson oil & Snowdrift co.. New Or- 
leans. 12445 

It's a gift. For cooking or salad oil. 
© Nov. 10, 1940 ; KK 1976. 

Westinghouse air brake co., Wilmerd- 
ing, Pa. 12446-12449 

Get Scotch with your air, S. P. 9087. 
For air compressor units. © July 2, 
1940 ; KK 2030. 

KM brake pipe vent valve. Part cata- 
log no. 3211-2, suppl. 1. For brake pipe 
vent valve. © June 19, 1940 ; KK 2031. 

Reinforced flange fittings for main 
reservoirs. Part catalog no. 3206-1, 
suppl. 2. For flanged fittings. © Aug. 
8, 1940 ; KK 2032. 

Type Y service station air compressor 
units, S. P. 9088. For air compressor 
units. © July 23, 1940 ; KK 2029. 



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Wheeling steel corp., Wheeling, W. Va. 

12450, 12451 

I go to the dogs. For steel. © Aug. 
21, 1940 ; KK 1739. 

I keep up with the Joneses. For steel. 
©Aug. 2, 1940; KK 1738. 

Wichita brush co., Wichita. 12452 

Wich. For floor brush and sweeping 

compound. © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2160. 

Wilken family, inc., Aladdin, Pa. 

12453, 12454 

Only the best is good enough for our 
family's personal recipe. For whiskey. 
© Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 2114. 

Wilken family whiskey gets a screen 
test. For whiskey. © Sept. 27, 1940 ; 
KK 2113. 



Winn, John H., New York. 12455 

Winn's new idea chemical-kit & 
Winn's champion laboratory outfit. For 
chemicals & laboratory apparatus. © 
Nov. 1,1940 ;KK 2250. 

Wurl-a-ball co., Frank George Jordan, 
sole owner, Chicago. 12456 

Fun for all with a wurl-a-ball. For 
toy. © Sept. 28, 1940; KK 1505. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 

12457, 12458 

Only Zenith has this. For radio and 
television receiving apparatus. © Oct. 
17, 1940 ; KK 1493. 

Radiorgan. For radio and television 
receiving apparatus. © Nov. 7, 1940; 
KK 1971. 



Number of entries of Prints included in the Catalog since July 1, 1940 1, 447 

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DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECH- 
NICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND PICTO- 
RIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING COMMERCIAL PRINTS 
AND LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1940 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 35 

No. 12 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON: 1940 



THE Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, 
formerly issued quarterly, but now issued monthly, is arranged 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 applications 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 copy- 
right 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, Photo- 
graphs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and pictorial illustra- 
tions. In these classes a subalphabet of artists and titles is also used. 

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles 
of commercial prints and labels. These will be found at the end of each issue. 
A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of 
proprietors. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, in effect from July 1, 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 Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbre- 
viated. 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, Photo- 
graphs; and "K", Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including com- 
mercial prints and labels used for articles of merchandise. "©" implies copy- 
right 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. 

The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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

The subscription price for Part 4, which must be for the complete calendar 
year, is $2.00, 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 Catalog are now as follows : 

Part 1, Group 1, Books proper $3. 00 

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Lectures, and Maps 3. 00 

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Part 2, Periodicals 2.00 

Part 3, Musical Compositions - - — - 3. 00 

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cluding Commercial Prints and Labels used for articles of merchan- 
dise - 2.00 

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for copyright registration, the Librarian of Congress shall deter- 
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Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
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This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
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To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright 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 copyright proprietor are the same. 



Aylward, William J.* 12459, 12460 

To be happy go lucky. — Watch word 

is Elgin. © 1 c. each Nov. 26, 1940; 

G 36878, 36879. 

Barrie, Kate Hayt* 12461 

Baby, wings on feet and shoulders, 

frog on head, etc. © Nov. 29, 1940 ; G 

86941. 

Bell, John Vickers.* 12462, 12468 

Pop Korn. — Windy Baggs. © 1 c. 

each Aug. 9, 1940; G 86870, 36871. 

Bennett, George Harrison.* 12464 

God bless America. © Dec. 7, 1940; 

G 37014. 

Bentley, Paul F.* 12465 

Toscanini (Arturo). © 1 c. Nov. 14, 

1940 ; G 36893. 

Bergen, Edgar.* 12466 

Mathilda. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1940; G 

36904. 

Beverage products corp, 12467 

Hirsch ( Nicholas W. ) : 

Spiffy. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1940; G 
36914. 

Boynton & co. 12468 

Smith (Alden) : 
Christopher (St.) protect us, 679. 
© Oct. 14, 1940 ; G 36625. 

Cadwallader, Brooke.* 12469 

Great Britain and her allies. © 1 c. 
Nov. 8, 1940 ; G 36906. 
Cross, Walter C. & Cowles, Sophia E. 

12470 
Nexen (Jessie) : 
My hope chest from historical 
James River plantation home. © 1 c. 
Nov. 19, 1940 ; G 86897. 

Davis (F. P.) monumental works, inc. 

12471 
MacLeod (Allan D.) : 
Rappel family monument. © 1 c. 
Dec. 4, 1940 ; G 36902. 
Evans (John R.) & co. 12472 

Philbrick (Elisabeth Anne) : 

Brogi, the Evans goat. (S) 1 c. Nov. 
22, 1940 ; G 36917. 



Falzone, Joseph Sam.* 12473 

General . . . that carries the magic 
wave lengths safely home. General elec- 
tric. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1940 ; G 86918. 

Friedman, Ralph. 12474-12478 

Blausten (Edith) Waddy, rear view: 
Holding his hand to his fore- 
head. — Running. — Sitting on a box. — 
Standing, with his hands in his pock- 
ets. — Walking. © 1 c. each Dec. 4, 
1940 ; G 36907-36911. 

Haan, Sophia Tornbom.* 12479 

Swallows return to Capistrano. © 
1 c. Oct. 28, 1940 ; G 86894. 

Hemsons. 12480 

Blum (J. Edward) : 

Green (Dwight H.) Governor elect 
of Illinois. © Dec. 6, 1940 ; G 36905. 

Henke, Beulah. 12481 

Henke memorial, D 7. 91270. © 1 c. 
Sept. 5, 1940 ; G 36898. 

Jensen (George) inc. 12482-12491 

Wittmann (KonradF.) : 
Barnard college. — Bryn Mawr. — 
Columbia university. — Hall of Fame — 
New York university. — Harkness 
tower — Yale. — Lowell house — Har- 
vard. — Nassau hall — Princeton. — Smith 
college. — Vassar college. — Wellesley 
college. © Oct. 28, 1940; G 86888- 
36892. 

.Johnson, Virginia Helen.* 12492 

St. John's cathedral, Denver, Col. © 
1 c. Nov. 25, 1940 ; G 86869. 

National boot & shoe mfrs. assn.* 

12493 
Member, National boot and shoe man- 
ufacturers association, Chrysler build- 
ing. New York . . . 1941, emblem. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; G 36916. 

National safety engineers. 12494 

Dillard art studios : 
First fluid drive, Chrysler. © 1 c. 
Oct. 26, 1940 ; G 36912. 



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12495 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Otto, Rudolph Carl Ernst.* 12495 

God bless America, my home sweet 

home. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940; G 36899. 

Pels, Walter. 12496 

Kaufman (Sol P.) : 

Three little angels. © 1 c. Nov. 
28, 1940 ; G 36880. 



12497, 12498 
© Nov. 13, 1940 ; 



Pictorial arts. 
Baer (Cecile) : 
Lamb. — Rabbit. 
G 36900, 36901. 

Polgar, William.* 12499,12500 

Saving drawings for playing picture 

tablets in triangle form, sections 1, 2. 

© 1 c. each Oct. 15, 1940; G 36895, 



San Francisco Bay exposition co. 

12501-12506 
Covarrubias (Miguel) : 

Art forms of the Pacific, 3. — Econ- 
omy of the Pacific, 4. — Fauna and flora 
of the Pacific, 2. — Native dwellings of 
the Pacific area, 5. — Native means of 
transportation in the Pacific area, 6. — 
People of the Pacific, 1. (g) 1 c. each 
Aug. 15, 1940 ; G 36872-36877. 

Vermont marble co. 12507 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) : 

Dunn memorial, D 4-362. © Nov. 
27, 1940 ; G 36903. 

Von Luxheim, Clara.* 12508 

Naivete, (g) 1 c. Nov. 22, 1940; G 
36915. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 
1940 - - - 2,364 



290 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Algard, Bernhard M. 12509 

Valve grinding tool, (c) 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1940 ; I 27396. 

American automobile assu. 12510 

Glare-acuity test. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 

1940 ; I 27569. 

Andrews, Leontine Chisholm. 12511 
Andrews reading table. © 1 c. Nov. 

20, 1940 ; I 27397. 

Antaramian, Astor. 12512 

2 in 1 combination storm and screen 
glass. © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1940 ; I 27439. 

Artext prints, inc. 12513-12516 

Boone (Daniel) escorting pioneers, 
268; by George Caleb Bingham. — 
Jester, 45; by Frans Hals. — Madonna 
del Granduca, 177 ; by Raphael. © Oct. 
14, 1940 ; H 1859-1861. 

Spirit of '76; by Archibald M. Wil- 
lard. © Oct. 7, 1940 ; H 1878. 

Ashfort, Elsie Rachel. 12517 

Built in concealed electric steam 

laundry. © 1 c. Dec. 4, 1940 ; I 27582. 

Ashley (David) inc. 12518 

Crab apple and dogwood, 5 ; by V. A. 

Richardson. © Dec. 19, 1940; H 1880. 

Atkin, William. 12519 

Atkinized sea-going motor convoy 
patrol cruiser, 469. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1940 ; I 27385. 

Bailey meter co. 12520-12537 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 25F400T- 
500TX, 200F600P.— Bailey fluid meter 
chart, 200F20L600P.— Bailey recorder 
chart, 400KT40DX. © Oct. 1, 1940; I 

27426, 27428, 27430, 27433. 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 30F275- 
TX.— Bailey fluid meter chart, 450F- 
1600P450P. — Bailey recorder chart, 
250KT100PX. © Sept. 23, 1940; I 
27425, 27429, 27434. 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 500F- 
1500P.— Bailey fluid meter chart, 300F- 
1800P.— Bailey recorder chart, 80LX, 
650K45PX. © Aug. 22, 1940; I 27424, 

27427, 27431, 27435. 

Bailey boiler meter chart, 700F- 
loOOP. © Aug. 23, 1940 ; I 27432. 



Bailey fluid meter chart, 450F1400P- 
450P. © May 24, 1940 ; I 27437. 

Bailey recorder chart, 15L20PV. © 
July 24, 1940 ; I 27423. 

31KV1. © Sept. 13, 1940; I 

27421. 

40L140L. © Mar. 9, 1940; I 

27438. 

80L. © Aug. 13, 1940; I 27422. 

300KT6P. © Oct. 22, 1940; I 

27436. 

Baker, Percy Bryant. 12538 

What America means to me. © Oct. 
25, 1940 ; K 47480. 

Beck, C. E. 12539 

Belt rake for raking all types of hay 
and straw into rows. © 1 c. Dec. 26, 
1940 ; I 27555. 

Bell, W. F. Gordon. 12540 

Mathews Park. © Dec. 15, 1940; K 
47499. 

Bester, Leonard R. 12541, 12542 

Fore and aft duplex variable angle 
combination ship rudder [and] Variable 
angle combination ship rudder maneu- 
vering diagram. — Heavy Diesel oil in- 
ternal combustion turbine with turbo 
booster marine arrangement. © 1 c. 
each Nov. 28, 1940 ; I 27400, 27401. 

Bleier, Milton A. 12543, 12544 

Fonts (Herbert) : 

April fantasie, 4000. © Dec. 15, 
1940 ; K 47492. 

Indian summer, 4001. © Dec. 15, 
1940 ; K 47493. 

Breeze corp., inc. 12545-12555 

Engineering data book : 
Breeze aircraft starter, 
C-1240-H. — Breeze armor plate divi- 
sion, A-1240-G, B-1240-S.— Breeze en- 
gine primer, C-1240-B. — Breeze exhaust 
gas analyzers, B-1240-T, C-1240-D.— 
Breeze flexible instrument lines, 
B-1240-G. — Breeze flexible shielded 
conduit, C-1240-A. — Breeze flow meter, 
C-1240-G. — Breeze tie rods, 
C-1240-L. — B r e e z e tuning unit, 
C-1240-C. © Dec. 30, 1940; I 27594- 
27604. 



291 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12556 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Brown instrument co. 12556-12561 

Brown instrument co. chart, 12637, 
12638. © Sept. 30, 1940; I 27402, 
27440. 

12639. © Oct. 2, 1940 ; I 27403. 

— 12640, 12641. © Oct. 11, 1940; 
I 27404, 27405. 

12642. © Oct. 28, 1940 ; I 27589. 

Bufmyer, E. D. 12562 

Carpenter's pencil. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 
1940 ; I 27573. 
Canal national bank of Portland. 

12563 

Portland fishermen ; by Linwood Eas- 
ton. © Dec. 26, 1940 ; K 47498. 

Carborundum co. 12564 

Fifty years in the existence of Ni- 
agara is as but a heartbeat. © Nov. 

28, 1940 ; K 47471. 

Cavagnaro, Frank. 12565 

Hydraulic brake. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 

1940 ; I 27580. 

Cavers, Walter. 12566 

Mechanical card game hand. © 1 c. 

Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27379. 

Cities service oil cos. & Arkansas fuel 

oil CO. 12567 

Satisfied customers come back. © 1 
c. Nov. 22, 1940 ; J 31398. 
Clanton, James E. 12568 

Lifesaving device for submarines. © 
1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27362. 
Cline, Walter M. 12569-12572 

Lookout Mountain, Chattanooga, 
Tenn. : 

Moccasin Bend, seen from the Ochs 
memorial, l-V-170. — Ochs memorial on 
the Point, l-V-177.— View of Ochs me- 
morial on Point of Lookout Mtn., city 
Chattanooga, Tenn. in distance, 1-V- 
178. — View of the city of Chattanooga, 
Tenn. and Tennessee River from the 
Ochs memorial on the Point, l-V-172. 
© Nov. 12, 1940 ; J 31375-31378. 
Cloyd, James T. 12573 

Oscillating head lamp for steam and 
electric locomotives. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 
1940 ; I 27579. 
Coca-cola co. 12574-12585 

Big idea. © Oct. 28, 1940 ; J 31437. 

End of the trail, 7. — Help them sell, 
2. — Homeward bound, 10. — It's gotta be 
there, 9. — Pause that refreshes, 1. — 
Planned call, 4. — Show 'em and sell 
'em, 6. — Signs make sales, 5. — They 
gotta be cold, 8. — What's the difference, 
3.— Wheel of chance, 11. © Oct. 16, 
1940 ; J 31383-31393. 



Cochrane corp. 12586-12590 

Cochrane recorder chart, 637. © Nov. 
1, 1940 ; I 27559. 

638. © Dec. 12, 1940 ; I 27558. 

639. © Dec. 16, 1940 ; I 27587. 

1033, 1034. © Oct. 10, 1940; I 

27560, 27561. 

Coder, S. Maxwell, Owen, Adeline W. & 
Bryars, Mrs. James H. 12591 

Snow scene in China. © Nov. 6, 

1940 ; J 31435. 

Cuna supply cooperative. 12592 

Double duty dollars. © Dec. 1, 1940 ; 
K 47459. 

Davis, George O. 12593 
New type stove pipe cutter adjust- 
able to any type of stove pipe. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1940 ; I 27554. 

Davis, Roy L. & Fansler, W. S. 12594 
Smokeless fuel injector for engines. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940; I 27371. 

Doran, Jesse C. 12595 

Outboard motor keep the hull dry 

system. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1940 ; I 27570. 

Duplex envelope co. 12596 

I am a catch-up envelope! © Sept. 
27, 1940 ; K 47470. 

Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament. 

12597 
Eucharistic weeks association. © 
Apr. 8, 1940 ; J 31382. 

Finkelstein, Louis & Taber, R. G. 

12598 
Graduated knitting needle. © 1 c. 
Dec. 2, 1940 ; I 27411. 

Follmer, Harry R. 12599 

Great American. © Apr. 30, 1940; 
K 47495. 

Foxboro CO. 12600-12602 

[Foxboro pressure gauge chart] 
89A88-A. © Dec. 9, 1940; I 27593. 

[Foxboro pressure gauge or flow 
meter chart.] 89864. © Dec. 30, 1940; 
I 27590. 

[Foxboro pressure gauge or ther- 
mometer chart or combination gauge 
and thermometer chart.] 898597. © 
Dec. 9, 1940; 127591. 

Frick collection. 12603, 12604 

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn: 

Cottage and trees by a stream. — 

Isaac blessing Jacob. © Nov. 20, 1940 ; 

H 1862, 1863. 



292 



CLASSES 11-K 



no. 12, 1940 



1261 



Geauque, Robert E. 12605 

Air-vapor heat chart. © Dec. 19, 
1940 ; I 27567. 

General motors sales corp., Chevrolet 
motor div. 12606 

1941 truck steering gear. © 1 c. Nov. 

22, 1940 ; J 31400. 

Gifford, Edward M. 12607 

Rug hanger. © 1 c. Nov. 15. 1940; 

I 27363. 

Gimbel bros., inc. 12608 

Gimbel bells, Gimbel bells, Gimbel all 

the day. © Nov. 21, 1940 ; K 47468. 

Gray, Hubert W. 12609 

Switch plug design. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1940 ; I 27388. 

Guarino, Arthur A. 12610 

Teacher, an educational toy. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27369. 



12611 
© Dec. 20, 1940; 



Guignon, Henri. 
Holding the line ! 

K 47491. 

Halvorsen bros. Perfection double- 
edge garden weeder. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27412. 12612 

Hanfstaengl, Franz. 12613-12617 

Apfelbliitenzweig, 13544; by Hans 
Reifenstuel. — Birnbliitenzweig, 
13545 ; by Hans Reifenstuel. — Erntezeit, 
13560; by Hans Frank. — Hintersee in 
der Ramsau, 13538; by Walter Mer- 
ker. — Pfliigender bauer, 13567 ; by Fritz 
Boehle. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; H 1873-1877. 

Hare, J. Knowles. 1261&-12628 

Aristocrats. — Faithful friends. — Gee 
whiz. — It's a date. — Make believe 
lady. — No justice. — Restful waters. — 
Strike three. — We got somethin'. — Well, 

I'll be .—Who's afraid. © June 15, 

1940 ; K 47500-47510. 

Harper, Armand E. 12629 

Gutter leaf protector. © 1 c. Nov. 

20, 1940; I 27390. 

Harrison, Ed. N. 
California condor, 

1940; J 31458. 

Haswell, Ronald F. 12631 

Thrust free sprinkler head. © 1 c. 

Dec. 18, 1940 ; I 27571. 

Hawbolt, Alice Jane. 12632 

Big sister constructive set. © 1 c. 
Dec. 18, 1940 ; I 27585. 

Hedstrom, Gustav V. 12633 

Speedchart of section modulus of 
tubes. © Nov. 7, 1940 : I 27408. 



12630 

© 1 c. Nov. 19, 



Hisel, George Washington. 12634 

Inserted license-holder box. © 1 c. 
Nov. 27, 1940 ; I 27386. 

Holcombe, J. H. 12635 

Mohawk ponton bridge. © 1 c. Dec. 
2, 1940; 127551. 

Hornung, Emil Edward. 12636 

Spirit of true Americanism. © Sept. 
19, 1940 ; J 31402. 

Hunter, Sherman H, 12637 

Vacuum water pump. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1940 ; I 27377. 

Isola art co. 12638-12646 

Isola (Andrew J.) : 
Angel guardian, 128. — Christ 
child. — Christ meets His mother, 139. — 
Good Shepherd, 106, 132.— Mary Im- 
maculate, 136. — Most Pure Heart of 
Mary. — Sacred Heart of Jesus. © Dec. 
15, 1939 ; K 47460-47467. 

Spiritual bouquet for you. © Dec. 
22, 1939 ; K 47475. 

Jam Handy picture service, inc. 

12647-12670 
Air masses. — Air ocean. — ^Air pilot- 
age. — Aircraft regulation. — Airplane en- 
gine. — Airplane ignition. — Airway 
aids. — Check and double check. — Dead 
reckoning. — Engine instruments. — 
Flight instruments. — Fuel and feed. — 
Lift and drag. — Parachutes. — Pilot.— 
Pilot problems. — Plane performance.— 
Radio and control. — Stability. — Today's 
wings. — Traffic. — Weather. — Wing 
forces. © 1 c. each Nov. 27, 1940; J 
31401-31426. 

Men and wings. © 1 c. Dec. 2, 1940 : 
J 31438. 

Jarrett, Cecelia Eilers. 12671 

Pius xn (His Holiness Pope) © 
Sept. 6, 1940 ; H 1879. 

Jensen, Hannis L. 12672 

Door butt morticer. © 1 c. Dec. 18. 
1940 ; I 27577. 

Jensen ptg. co. 12673 

Scenic Mississippi River Valley, and 
early river town in the distance. © 
Dec. 27, 1940 ; K 47494. 

Jordan, Clayton E. 12674 

Bicycle lock. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940: 
I 27355. 

Kimball studio, inc. 12675 

Conway ( George W. ) © Oct. 2, 1940 ; 
J 31380. 



293 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12676 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



King features syndicate, inc. 

12676-12691 

Dionne (Annette) H 3, H 4. — Dionne 
(Emilie & Marie) H 5, H 6.— Dionne 
(Yvonne & Cecile) H 1. — Quintuplet 
goblins'll get you if you don't watch 
out, H 2. © Oct 27, 1940; J 31446- 
31451. 

Dionne (Cecile) E 84, E 86.— Dionne 
(Emile & Marie) E 85. — Dionne 
(Yvonne & Annette) E 90. — Five 
Dionnne quintuplets, E 79. © Nov. 3, 
1940 ; J 31452-31456. 

Dionne (Yvonne & Cecile) with 
Father Nelligan, C 9. — Dionne 
(Yvonne) with Pvt. Goulain, J 2. — 
Five Dionne quintuplets, J 4. — Five 
Dionne quintuplets with Pvts. Neilson 
and Gourlais, J 1. (c) Nov. 10, 1940 ; J 
31442-31445. 

Five Dionne quintuplets, Borden 8. 
© Sept. 18, 1940 ; J 31457. 

Kinner, Wayne J. 12692 

Automobile wheel fender or guard. 
© 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27361. 

Kirkpatrick, Clifeord. 12693 

Automobile hose shut-off. © 1 c. 
Nov. 20, 1940 ; I 27398. 

Kluwer, Gustav. 12694 

Tie saver. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1940; I 

27575. 

Koke, Robert A. 12695 

Balinese dancing girls. © 1 c. Oct. 

4, 1940 ; J 31436. 

Kornberg, Emanuel. 12696 

Suspender pock-ett. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1940 ; I 27389. 

Kraeh, Max Josef. 12697 

Dream house model. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27370. 

Kratochvil, Anton. 12698 

New type circular funeral home. © 
Dec. 4, 1940 ; I 27441. 

Krinbill, Howard Ruh. 12699 

Relation of removals and exposure to 

average life. © Dec. 6, 1940 ; I 27556. 

Kunstanstalten May, a. g. 12700-12708 
Christus segnet die ernte, 5123 ; by 
Giovanni [pseud, of Josef Unters- 
berger] — Muttergluck, 7769; by Dien- 
hoff [pseud, of Hede Neumann- 
Klinge] — Sudetendeutsche landschaft, 
5528; by Christian Gothard Hirsch.— 
Tulipen (Tulips) 6595; by A. Fiebi- 
ger. — Waldeinsamkeit, 6519; by Cle- 
mens Freitag. © Aug. 21, 1940; H 
1864, 1867, 1868, 1870, 1871. 



Gosausee mit Dachstein, 7628; by V. 
Pape [pseud, of S. R. Vogt] — Ramsau 
bei Berchtesgaden, 7630; by Lehnert 
[pseud, of Georg Hanel] — St. Wolfgang 
am Wolfgangsee, 7631 ; by Lehnert 
[pseud, of Georg Hanel] — Wasserburg 
am Bodensee, 7629; by Clemens Frei- 
tag. © Sept. 5, 1940; H 1865, 1866, 
1869, 1872. 

La Femina, Alphonse J. 12709 

Ever-ready wall model electric iron 

holder. © 1 c. Dec. 18, 1940; I 27572. 

Lander, Emma Jane. 12710 

Artist's impression of the modern 

1940 small city. © 1 c. Dec. 17, 1940 ; 

I 27584. 

Letz, Lyda. 12711 

Lovely Lady. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1940; 
I 27586. 

Lipstein bros. & Haltman, inc. 12712 
Dorothy Dale. © 1 c. Nov. 30, 1940 ; 

J 31439. 

Lipthrott, Henry Clinton. 12713 

Insect eliminating shield. © 1 c. 

Dec. 23, 1940 ; I 27552. 

Livermore & Knight co. 12714 

Gentlemen — our country ! © Dec. 26, 
1940 ; K 47497. 

Lone, Frank. 12715 

Relative proportions of the female 
figure according to constant 1.618+ . 
© 1 c. Aug. 24, 1940 ; I 27406. 

Maas & Steffen, inc. 12716 

Engineer. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; K 47458. 

McKay, George Alexander. 12717 

Straw pitcher. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; 

I 27368. 

Manning (J. F.) studio. 12718,12719 
Elliott (Harriett)— Jackson (Dr. W. 
C.) © 1 c. each Dec. 3, 1940; J 31440, 
31441. 

Margolis, Samson. 12720 

Talmudical academy of Baltimore, 
presented to — in grateful acknowledg- 
ment. © Dec. 12, 1940 ; K 47469. 

Martinez, Marie. 12721 

One story house. © Nov. 22, 1940; 

I 27382. 

Marvel mfg. co. 12722, 12723 

U. S. army tank. Liberty type. — 

U. S. army tank, Williams type. © 

Nov. 1, 1940 ; I 27409, 27410. 

Meacham, George W. 12724 

Elevating truck. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27360. 



294 



CLASSES II-K 



no. 12, 194U 



Meacham. James William. 12725 

Ventilator and drier for small grain 
bins. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1^>40 ; I 27393. 

Mead, Johnson & co. 12726, 12727 

Babies supervised by physicians are 

better babies, 26. © Nov. 23, 1940; K 

47488. 

Helping to grind coffee ; by Bernhard 

Pothast. © Nov. 27, 1940 ; K 47489. 

Metzger (B.) & son. 12728 

Moritz {Mrs. George) © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1940 ; J 31381. 

Meyer, Emil S. 12729 

Towel and wash cloth bar. © 1 c. 
Dec. 18, 1940 ; I 27576. 

Miller, James Floyd. 12730 

Egg beater stabilizer. ©1 c. Dec. 
26, 1940 ; I 27568. 

Morton, Harold S. 12731 

Psychrometric chart. Barometric 
pressure 29.92 inches. © Aug. 2, 1940 ; 
I 27557. 

Mulford, L. K. 12732 

Sunset, Berkeley Lake, Denver, Col., 
3. © 1 c. Nov. 12, 1940 : J 31372. 

Murrin, Gahlbeth H. 12733 

Hinge and improvements. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27374. 

Naegele, Charles Frederick. 12734 

Recognition. © Nov. 3, 1940 ; H 1858. 

National retail hardware assn. 

12735-12737 

Modernize — economize, National 
hardware spring open house. © Dec. 
19, 1940 ; K 47477. 

National hardware spring open house. 
May 1-10, A, B. © Dec. 19. 1940; K 
47476, 47478. 

New York graphic soc, inc. 

12738, 12739 

Lady Washington's reception. [Mar- 
tha Washington's reception] : by D. 
Huntington. © Jan. 2, 1941 ; K 47513. 

Morning ride ; by V. de Paredes. © 
Jan. 2, 1941 ; K 47512. 

Oahu pub. CO. 12740-12746 

Back to you and Honolulu. © Nov. 

13, 1940 ; K 47486. 
By the dreamy countryside. © Dec. 

9, 1940 ; K 47487. 

Coral sands of my Hawaii. © Oct. 

11, 1940 ; K 47485. 

Couldn't we two. © Nov 20, 1940; 
K 48482. 



12761 



Dec 



Give me vour love tonight. © 
9, 1940 ; K 47484. 

Searching for you in my dreams. © 
Dec. 9, 1940 ; K 47481. 

Swanee River. © Dec. 9, 1940; K 
47483. 

Oldfield, W. A,. Reitinger, Walter & 
Clemmons, W. C. 12747 

Tongue lock rim wheel. © 1 c. Dec. 

18, 1940 : I 27574. 

Patriotic advertising co. 12748 

We Americans, appreciate America. 
© Nov. 14, 1940 ; K 47479. 

Pavlovic, Joseph, jr. 12749 

Combined inventory and price tag 

holder and improvements. © 1 c. Nov. 

15, 1940 ; I 27378. 

Paxson CO. 12750 

Buildsaw. © Oct. 5, 1940 : I 27383. 

Perkins, Clifford Norman. 12751 

Collector's stamp sheet. © Aug. 16, 

1940 ; K 47472. 

Pollia, Joseph Andrew. 12752 

^ season 1940-41. Exercise, rest, 
diet. © Nov. 22, 1940 : K 47490. 

Potter, Henry W. 12753 

Sovereign of the Seas (Clipper ship) 
© 1 c. Oct. 14, 1940 ; I 27407. 

Powell, Lyman S. 12754 

Uniflow valve. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; 
I 27366. 

Public press. 12755 

Here dwells a defender of his coun- 
try. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; K 47473. 

RCA mfg. CO., inc. 12756 

Acoustic power chart. © 1 c. Dec. 4. 
1940 ; I 27583. 

Railway express agency, inc. 12757 

Caravans of the sky. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 
1940 ; J 31395. 

Ramm, Louis. 12758 

Combined hairbrush, mirror, comb 
and toothbrush holder. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 
1940 ; I 27391. 

Ramon, Pedro. 12759 

Automatic gate. © 1 c. Nov. 20. 
1940 : I 27392. 

Randall co. 12760 

Joy House and the Magic Flame. © 
Dec. 10, 1940 ; K 47496. 

Ratcliffe, Joseph. 12761 

Template. © 1 c. Nov. 20, 1940: I 
27394. 



205 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12762 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Rausch, William Warren. 12762-12766 
First & second floor plans : 

Houses A & F.— Houses C & K.— 
Houses D & E. — House G. — Houses H & 
J. © Dec. 17, 1940 ; I 27562-27566. 

Republic flow meters co. 12767-12771 
Republic flow meters co. chart, 60- 
CA-15, 60-CB-15, 63-CA-10505, 63-CA- 
1020300, 63-3030300. © Nov. 28, 1940; 
I 27414-27418. 

Ritter & Ritter, inc. 12772 

Glamour bags. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1940 ; 
I 27387. 

Ronningen, Luven. 12773 

Animal trap snow guard. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1940 ; I 27356. 

Roth, Dan. 12774 

Clothes pole divider and divided 
clothes pole. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940; I 
27357. 

Russell, Charles Vern. 12775 

Mixer and improvements. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; I 27365. 

Schaefer, Klaus H. 12776 

Portrait in oil. © 1 c. Nov. 8, 1940 ; 
J 31394. 

Schafller, Oscar. 12777 

Receeding door latch handle. © 1 c. 
Nov. 15,1940; 127375. 

Scheibe, Edward H. 12778 

Bar-B-Q-oven. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940 ; 
I 27376. 

Sefing, Leonard Christian. 12779 

Aquatic maneuvers. © 1 c. Nov. 18, 
1940 ; J 31379. 

Shaw, Edmund Chase. 12780 

Bacone faces. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1940 ; 
J 31403. 

Sherman, Chris H. & Davis, Fred E. 

12781 
Metal window shutters. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1940 ; I 27372. 

Shordon, Leon B. 12782 

Extension table. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27367. 

Smith, William J. 12783 

Scissors. © 1 c. Nov. 15, 1940; I 
27373. 

Stonerod-Du Bose. 12784 

Douglas aviation gas, proposed filling 

station. © 1 c. Nov. 25, 1940 ; I 27384. 



Striebel, William A. 12785 

Toilet bowl de-odorer. © 1 c. Nov. 
15, 1940 ; I 27353. 

Swift & CO. 12786 

Science comes to selling; 4, use sell- 
ing appeals. © 1 c. Nov. 22, 1940: J 
31396. 

Tager, Sidney Robert. 12787 

Roosevelt's return to Washington for 
his third term, on Nov. 7, 1940. © 1 c. 
Nov. 25, 1940 ; J 31401. 

Tagliabue mfg. co. 12788, 12789 

Tag chart, 500-0-IR, 1600-600-IR. © 
Dec. 5, 1940 ; I 27419, 27420. 

Teich, Curt, & co., inc. 12790 

Floral Gardens, Victor Hugo inn over- 
looking Laguna Beach, California, OB- 
H1305. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; K 47474. 

Thompson, Charles Robert. 12791 

Shield protection for ships against 

torpedoes and floating mines © 1 c. 
Nov. 25, 1940 ; I 27381. 

Tierney, William L. 12792 

Electron tube. © 1 c. Nov, 20, 1940 ; 
I 27395. 

Underbill, Irving. 12793, 12794 

New York (City) : 
Woolworth and Transportation 
buildings, B 65389 C— Woolworth 
building, B 65388 C. © Oct. 26, 1940; 
J 31373, 31374. 

Union central life insurance co. 12795 
Selling the income bond. © 1 c. Nov. 
22, 1940 ; J 31397. 

Vocafilm Corp. 12796-12803 

Balanced job. — Let's talk things 
over. — Right medicine. — When some- 
thing goes wrong. © Sept. 17, 1940 ; J 
31428-31430, 31432. 

Behind the scenes. — Inside story. © 
Sept. 23, 1940 ; J 31433, 31434. 

New shades for old. © June 14, 1940 ; 
J 31431. 

Partners in profit. © Sept. 23, 1940 ; 
J 31427. 

Wallace, Columbus C. 12804, 12805 

Mail box post and holder. — Swinging 
pencil carrier. © 1 c. each Nov. 15, 
1940 ; I 27358, 27359. 

Watson, C. A. 12806 

Hamburger molder. © 1 c, Dec. IS, 
1940 : I 27578. 



296 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 12, l^iO 



12814 



Wendland, Mrs. A, J. 12807 


Work. I. i:. 12811 


Shoe protector and safety device for 
automobile drivers floor mat. © 1 c. 
Dec. 26, 1940 ; I 27553. 
Wilkins. Paul E. 12Si)S 


Electrical generator. © 1 c. Nov. 15. 
; 1940 : I 27364. 

; Yellow truck & coach mfg. co.. General 
motors truck & coach div. 12812 


Combination comb and fingernail i 
file. © 1 c. Nov. 15. 1940: I 27354. ' 


G M C product plans for 1941. © 1 c 
Nov. 22. 1940 ; J 31399. 


Willse. Allan R. 12809 \ 


Young, Charles Henry. 12813 


Container for canned liquids. © 1 
c. Nov. 15. 1940 : I 273SC>. 


11^ X 2 marine type steam engine. © 
1 c. Nov. 26, 1940 ; I 27399. 


Wise, Harry C. 12S10 i 


Zimmer, Ludo Little. 12814 


Safety eyeglass case. © 1 c. Nov. ! 
15. 1940 : I 27352. 1 

1 


Basic design for civil airports. © 
1 c. Dec. 30. 1&40 ; I 27588. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the catalog since Jan. 1. 
1940: 

Reproductions of works of art (including 115 one-copy entries)-— 344 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (in- 
cluding 1.479 one-copy entries)- - 2,474 

Photographs (including 554 one-copy entries) 1.782 

Prints and pictorial illustrations f including 1,057 contributions to peri- 
odicals and other one-copy entries) 3. >3<X» 

Total — . 8.200 



297 



PRINT OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [12814 



Goodwin, Philip R. 1 

Where the tall pines grow. © Brown 
& Bigelow, St. Paul. R 92321, Oct. 28, 
1940. 



298 



LABELS 



Berst-Forster-Dixfield co., New York. 

12815-12819 

America's own matches. For 
matches. © Aug. 7, 1940 ; KK 2463. 

B. F. D. square clothespins. For 
clothespins. © Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2462. 

Brightwood flat wood spoons. For 
wooden spoons. © July 25, 1940; KK 
2465. 

Iron-klad clothespins. For clothes- 
pins. © Jan. 22, 1940 ; KK 2464. 

Top Lite strike anywhere matches. 
For matches. © Sept. 1, 1940; KK 
2461. 

Borden co., New York. 12820, 12821 

Borden's instant mix, carton. For 
chocolate mix. © Nov. 13, 1940: KK 
2442. 

Borden's None such mince meat. For 
mince meat. © Oct. 31, 1940 ; KK 2441. 

Calavo, inc., Los Angeles. 12822 

Juicy fresh limes. For limes. © 
Nov. 21, 1940 ; KK 2482. 

Century fruit corp., New York. 12823 
Bono. For refined cider. © Sept 4, 
1940 ; KK 2436. 

Cherry specialty co., Chicago. 

12824, 12825 
Valentine greetings. For chocolate 
candy : 

[Girl clasping a heart] © Oct. 24, 
1940 ; KK 2457. 

[Girl with bow and arrow] © Oct. 
24, 1940 ; KK 2458. 

Clayton, A. C, ptg. co., St. Louis. 

12826-12828 

Fine corsets [for] The Halle bros. co. 

For corsets. © Nov. 27, 1940 ; KK 2496. 

For shoes : 

Fine shoes [for] Al Goodman. © 

Dec. 4, 1940 ; KK 2497. 

[Little Money shoes for Bullock's] 
Bullock's Little Money shoes. © Dec. 
4, 1940 ; KK 2494. 

Driscoll-Bruck co., ltd., Chicago. 

12829 

Spearhead. For fish hooks. © Oct. 

24, 1940 ; KK 2348. 



Eata bita popcorn co., Emporia, Kan. 

12830 
Eata bita French fried popt korn. 
For French fried popt korn. © Nov. 7, 
1940 ; KK 2408. 

Elco grease & oil co., Cleveland. 12831 
Sulpho-chloro-lead concentrate. For 
concentrate for all purpose gear lubri- 
cants. © Dec. 9, 1940 ; KK 2993. 

Ellena bros., Etiwanda, Calif. 12832 
Ellena's. For burgundy. © Dec. 2, 
1940 ; KK 2487. 

Foodland, inc., Cleveland. 12833 

Squeel. For canned meat product. 
© Nov. 25, 1940 ; KK 2347. 

Gotham silk hosiery co.. inc.. New 
York. 12834 

Gotham Gold Stripe with seal of 

Better fabrics testing bureau, quality 

tested. For hosiery. © Dec. 9. 1940: 

KK 2604. 

Hazle-maid bakers, inc., Hazleton, Pa. 

12835 
Kandee kake. For candy & cake. © 
Nov. 18, 1940 : KK 2335. 

Hilgers, John, doing business under J. 
Hilgers & co., Binghamton, N. Y 

12836, 12837 
Rex Hunters dog powders. For dog 
powders, dog remedy : 
Carton. © Sept. 30, 1940; KK 
2410. 

Label. © Oct. 3, 1940; KK 2412. 

Hills bros. co.. New York. 12838, 12839 
Dromedary Dixie fruit cake mix. 

For fruit cake mix : 

Carton. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 2803. 

Paper label. © Nov. 1, 1940; KK 
2802. 

Hiss, John Martin, Los Angeles. 12840 
Dr. Hiss balances shoes [for] Dr. 
Hiss foot clinic. For shoes © Nov. 
29, 1940 ; KK 2495. 

Jumping Joe Savoldi distributing co., 
inc. See Savoldi (Joe) jr. 



Kahn, H., & co. See Kahn, I. K. 
299 



CATALOG or COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



12841 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Kahn, Ilona Komjadi, doing business 
as Katin, H. & co., Philadelphia. 

12841 
Xmas tree silver spray. For paint. 

© Nov. 11, 1940 ; KK 2800. 

Krieg, William F., doing business as 
Shoe kraft products, Chicago, 12842 
Hose-re-nu. For hosiery rinse. © 

Dec. 9, 1940 ; KK 2778. 

McCoy, Lloyd, Chicago. 12843 

Curly top hair porhade. For petro- 
leum hair dressing. © July 2, 1940 ; KK 
2395. 

McNew, Ira C, Indianapolis. 12844 
Mac's hand soap. For hand soap. © 
Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 2502. 

Meier's wine cellars, inc., Silverton, O. 

12845 
Private wine cellar. For bottled 
wines. © Oct. 11, 1940 ; KK 2263. 

Menasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 

12846 
Tiffany. For toilet tissue. © Oct. 
16, 1940 ; KK 2399. 

Norbert shirt co., New York. 12847 

Norbert's Longserve collar. For 

shirt collars. © Nov. 28, 1939; KK 

2777. 

Nutri-vac co., Milwaukee. 12848 

Nutri-vac. For a dietary food. © 
Mar. 13, 1940 ; KK 2455. 

Presto Whip cream co., Wauwatosa, 
Wis. 12849 

Presto Whip. For whipped cream. 

© Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2492. 



Rundle, Charles Vance, Los Angeles. 

12850 
No. 1 Rundle's crome lustre liquid 
rust resister. For imitation chrome 
paint. © Nov. 13, 1940 ; KK 2459. 

Savoldi, Joe, jr., d. b. a. Jumping Joe 
Savoldi distributing co., inc., Bridg- 
man, Mich. 12851 

Drop kick. For soft drinks & bev- 
erages. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 2266. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 

12852, 12853 
For refrigerators : 
Para sacar los cubos de hielo. © 
Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2793. 

Para sacar los cubos de hielo, el 
deshielo. © Nov. 15, 1940; KK 2792. 

Shoe kraft products, Chicago. 12854 
Ling-rie-nu. For lingerie rinse. © 
Dec. 9, 1940 ; KK 2779. 



Shoe kraft products, 
liam F. 



See Krieg, Wil- 



Skinner & Eddy Corp., New York. 12855 
Minute man. For dehydrated soup 
mix. © Nov. 30, 1940 ; KK 2405. 

Standard brands inc., New York. 12856 
Fleischmann's yeast. For yeast. © 
Nov. 20, 1940 ; KK 2780. 

Vitamilk corp., Madison, Wis. 12857 
Vitamilk. For powdered milk. © 
June 20, 1940 ; KK 2398. 

Young, Peter, New York. 12858 

Peter Y'oung's flying wardrobe. For 
wearing apparel used in air travel. © 
June 1, 1940 ; KK 2701. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since July 1, 1940 847 



300 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RE- 
NEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[12858 



Kaufmann department stores, inc. 1, 2 

Britannia English slip-on shower- 
proof coat. For shower-proof coats. 
RR 6, Nov. 29, 1940. 



Balmacaan. For men's and young- 
men's overcoats and raincoats. RR 7, 
Nov. 14, 1940. 

© Kaufmann department stores, inc., 
Pittsburgh. 



301 



PRINTS 



Air reduction sales co., New Yorlv, 

12859 
Airco hi-test flux-coated bronze weld- 
ing rods. For flux-coated bronze weld- 
ing rods. © Oct. 21, 1940 ; KK 2503. 

All styles hanger co., inc., New York. 

12860 
Fulvue shirt and slack displays. For 
display flxtures. © Nov. 1, 1940; KK 
2614. 

Alten's foundry & machine works, Lan- 
caster, O. 12861 
Alten's pumping unit — type A-110- 
T C, bulletin P-106. For oil well ma- 
chinery. © Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 2424. 

American bolex co., inc., New York. 

12862 
Instructions for use of the Master 
title kit. For title letter kit. © Oct. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2607. 

American cabinet hardware Corp., 
Rockford, 111. 12863 

Color-trim, catalog page. For hard- 
ware. © Oct. 7, 1940 ; KK 2310. 

American radiator & Standard sanitary 

Corp., Pittsburgh. 12864-12868 

Fast way to make them say — OK — 

the job's yours ! For kitchen sinks and 

boilers. © Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 2764. 

For healthy sales. For drinking 
fountains. © Aug. 28, 1940 ; KK 2438. 

Here's the right answer. For kitchen 
sinks. © Sept. 28, 1940; KK 2440. 

People's choice. For oil boilers and 
radiators. © Sept. 28, 1940 ; KK 2439. 

These pictures prove. For boilers 
and radiators. © Aug. 28, 1940; KK 
2437. 

American viscose corp., New York, 

1286^12874 
For rayon : 

American original designed by 
Mabel Mcllvain Downs of a crown 
tested rayon fabric. © Oct. 25, 1940; 
KK 2768. 

Crown tested rayon fabrics, glow- 
ing color for gray mid-winter. © Nov. 
8, 1940 ; KK 2769. 



Crown tested rayon fabrics, jet 
trimming for daytime elegance. © 
Oct. 25, 1940 ; KK 2767. 

Crown tested rayon fabrics, room 
by Hagmeyer of Watson & Boaler. © 
Nov. 13, 1940 ; KK 2770. 

Crown tested rayon fabrics, swal- 
lowtail jacket. © Dec. 4, 1940; KK 
2766. 

Hollywood success story. © Nov. 
1, 1940 ; KK 2771. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 12875 

For quick delicious holiday meals. 

For meat. © Nov. 29, 1940 ; KK 2356. 

Associated refrigerator plant, inc., 
Philadelphia. 12876 

Associated refrigerator plant, inc., 
dealers' guaranteed reconditioning serv- 
ice. For rebuilt refrigerators. © Feb. 
28, 1940 ; KK 2355. 

Awful Fresh MacFarlane, Berkeley, 
Calif. 12877, 12878 

Nuts 2U for Thanksgiving. For nuts, 

candy, chocolates. © Nov. 19, 1940; 

KK 2427. 

What is a horse doover? For nuts. 

© Nov. 15, 1940; KK 2426. 

Ballantine, P. & sons, Newark, N. J. 

12879-12883 
For ale : 

Ale as America likes it . . with a 
flavor all its own. Altas. For ale. © 
Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 2626. 

Here's America's own ale — here's 
a flavor found ... © June 21, 1940 ; 
KK 2673. 

Light — not heavy with a flavor 
found in no other brew. © July 19, 
1940 ; KK 2674. 
For ale & beer : 

Ballantine's rounds out its first 
century. Man and bee. © Mar. 12, 
1940 ; KK 2621. 

Tasty . . smooth . . mellow . . 
creamy. © July 23, 1940 ; KK 2675. 

Bon ami co.. New York. 12884, 12885 
I like it because it keeps my . . . For 

cleanser. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 2387. 
I've made the world . . . For cleanser. 

©Oct. 17, 1940; KK 2385. 



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no. 12, 1940 



12916 



Bonwit Teller, inc., New York. 12886 
21 gala gifts. For women's clothes 
& accessories. © Nov. 24, 1940; KK 
2460. 

Brewers scientific laboratories, inc., 
Rahway, N. J. 12887 

Now — you can make iron-free beers 

and ales. For iron remover unit. © 

Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 2004. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los 
Angeles. 12888-12893 

For lemons : 

Beware of harsh laxatives, LA- 
3095. © July 17, 1940 ; KK 2369. 

First aid when nature fails, LA- 
3090. © June 12, 1940; KK 2365. 

First thing every morning, LA- 
3094. © July 10, 1940; KK 2364. 

Lemon with soda, LA-3091. © 
June 19, 1940 ; KK 2366. 

Start tomorrow morning . . . lemon 
with soda, LA-3092. © June 26, 1940 ; 
KK 2367. 

Throw away harsh laxatives, LA- 
3093. © July 3, 1940 ; KK 2368. 

Canada dry ginger ale, inc., New York. 

12894 

Rembrandt's brush-strokes hide a . . . 
For blended whiskey. © Dec. 1, 1940 ; 
KK 2340. 

Charis Corp., Allentown, Pa. 12895 

Your Charis corsetiere helps so 
many women. For corsets. © Nov. 10, 
1940 ; KK 2354. 



Chesebrough mfj 
York. 



cons'd., New 
12896,12897 



For hair tonic : 
Keep your hair lovely the Eleanor 
... © Aug. 6, 1940; KK 2384. 

Professional advice on keeping 
your hair ... © Aug. 16, 1940; KK 
2381. 

Cleghorn, Thomas J., Lowell, Mass. 

12898 
Bean the cat. For game. © Oct. 26, 
1940 ; KK 2801. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 12899 
People will go out of their way to the 
fountain that serves Coca-cola right. 
For soft drink. © Nov. 25, 1940; KK 
2454. 

Columbia recording corp., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 12900-12903 

For phonograph records : 
Now enjoy the immortal classics. 

© Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2431. 



Now the glorious recordings of the 
world's greatest artists. © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 2433. 

Now, the immortal music of the 
masters. . . © Oct. 27, 1940 ; KK 2430. 

Yours at Columbia's new low^ prices 
. . . © Nov. 11, 1940 ; KK 2432. 

Dan Dee pretzel & potato chip co., Cleve- 
land. 12904 
Dan Dee. For pretzels — potato chips. 

© Nov. 22, 1940 ; KK 2308. 

Dermetics co., inc., New York. 12905 
Dinner gown by * * * * complexion 
dress by Dermetics. For skin cleansing 
oil. © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 2319. 

Diamond crystal salt co., inc., St. Clair. 

12906 
Ladies, accept this marvelous chef's 
knife. For Shaker salt. © Nov. 25, 
1940 ; KK 2477. 

Disney (Walt) productions, Hollywood, 

Calif. 12907, 12908 

For gasoline : 

Makes 'em feel their oats, Standard 

gasoline unsurpassed, form R-176. © 

Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2264. 

Quick getaway, Standard gasoline 
unsurpasses, form no. R-178. © Oct. 
15, 1940 ; KK 2265. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, 
New York. 12909, 12910 

For pharmaceutical products : 

From the blue Pacific . . . liquid 
gold. © Sept. 3, 1940 ; KK 2323. 

How research corralled a run- 
away ... © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 2328. 

Diversey Corp., Chicago. 12911-12913 

Out of the test tube a new discov- 
ery — Diversey D-luxe. For cleanser. 
© Oct. 21, 1940 ; KK 2775. 

They say that when an ostrich is pur- 
sued, he hides by burying his head in 
the desert sand. For cleanser and dis- 
infectant. © Oct. 1, 1940 ; KK 2774. 

Which black circle is the larger? 
For washing compound. © Sept." 9, 
1940 ; KK 2773. 
Emerson radio & phonograph corp., 

New York. 12914-12916 

For radio : 

Cecil B. De Mille picks the new 
1941 Emerson. For radio, © Oct. 9, 
1940 ; KK 2443. 

Gary Cooper says The new 1941 
Emerson with miracle tone ... © Oct. 
18, 1940 ; KK 2444. 

Paulette Goddard — I've fallen in 
love with the miracle tone of my 1941 
Emerson. © Oct. 18, 1940; KK 2445. 



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1291^ 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Endicott Johnson corp., Endicott, N. Y. 

12917 
Free sox with each purchase of work 
shoes. For men's work shoes. © Oct. 
17, 1940 ; KK 2452. 

Father & son shoe stores, inc., Endicott, 
N. Y. 12918-12919 

For men's shoes : 

Father & son yungfeller's buck 
tans. © Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 2450. 

Father & son yungfellers wedgies. 
©Oct. 25, 1940; KK 2351. 

Filene's, William sons co., Boston. 

12920-12923 

Youthfully yours Filene's. For coats, 
hats, dresses, skirts, shirts and slacks. 
© Sept. 6, 1940 ; KK 2603. 

For coats, shirts and skirts, hats 

and dresses. © Aug. 22, 1940; KK 
2601. 

For hats and coats. © Aug. 20, 

1940 ; KK 2600. 

For hats, dresses, sweaters, 

skirts and jackets. © Aug. 30, 1940; 
KK 2602. 

Finch (Jos. S.) & co., inc., Schenley, 
Pa. 12924, 12925 

For a blend of straight whiskies : 
Buy Golden wedding. © Sept. 20, 
1940 ;KK 2334. 

Five great whiskies wedded into 
Golden wedding. © Nov. 1, 1940; KK 
2332. 

Fitzgibbons boiler co., inc.. New York. 

12926, 12927 
For boilers : 
Fitzgibbons oil-eighty automatic. 
© Nov. 13, 1940; KK 2612. 

R-Z-U junior Fitzgibbons steel 
boiler. © Nov. 13, 1940 ; KK 2611. 

Fleischmann distilling Corp., New York. 

12928 
No words could be better than our 
bond. For liquor. © Oct. 31, 1940; 
KK 2608. 

Florence stove co., Gardner, Mass. 

12929, 12930 
For oil heaters : 
It's silly to be chilly! © Oct. 8, 
1940 ; KK 2610. 

No guesswork. © Sept. 10, 1940 ; KK 
2609. 

General cigar co., inc.. New York. 

12931-12937 
For cigars : 
Captain Dalzell recognizes real 
Havana taste in new White Owls. © 
May 27, 1940 ; KK 2677. 



Chester Hale checks the Havana 
taste of new White Owls. © May 20, 
1940 ; KK 2676. 

Dwight Fiske okays Havana taste 
of new White Owls. © May 9, 1940; 
KK 2679. 

Edward F. Roosevelt discovers a 
true Havana flavor in new White Owls. 
© Apr. 23, 1940 ; KK 2680. 

Everett Marshall approves Ha- 
vana taste of new White Owls. © Apr. 
26, 1940 ; KK 2678. 

James Kilgallen approves Havana 
taste of new White Owls. © Oct. 27, 
1940 ; KK 2622. 

Richard Armstrong okays Havana 
flavor of new White Owl. © Nov. 8,. 
1940 ; KK 2623. 

General foods corp., New York. 

12938-12950' 
For coffee: 
For happy husbands — wise wives 
serve the new ... © Nov. 7, 1940; 
KK 2481. 

Have you tasted it recently? © 
Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 2476. 

Same. © Nov. 5, 1940; KK 

2478. 

Have you tasted Maxwell house 
recently? © Nov. 15, 1940; KK 2475. 

Same. © Nov. 19, 1940 ; KK 

2435. 

Have you tasted the new Maxwell 
house? © Nov. 12, 1940; KK 2434. 

Have you tried Maxwell house recent- 
ly ? © Nov. 1, 1940 ; KK 2429. 

Hint to hostesses. © Oct. 31, 1940 ; 
KK 2472. 

Maxwell house, favorite for half a 
century. © Oct. 17, 1940 ; KK 2473. 

Maxwell house, now 55% richer. 
© Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 2474. 

Two seconds to play. For corn 
flakes. © Oct. 6, 1940; KK 2479. 

What a hit I made with the new 
Maxwell house. © Nov. 7, 1940; KK 
2428. 

What a thrill Jim got when he 
tasted this new ... © Nov. 14, 1940; 
KK 2480. 

General mills, inc., San Francisco. 

12951-12965 
For breakfast food : 

Biggest news in the cereal industry 
in a generation. For corn cereal. © 
Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2326. 

Quick to cook. Variety with Wheat 
Hearts. SA-1127A. © Sept. 6, 1940: 
KK 2471. 



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12993 



Quick to cook. Variety with 
Wheat Hearts. SA-1128A. © Sept. 6, 
1940 : KK 2467. 
For cereal : 

Read the facts about whole wheat. 
© Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 2324. 

Something has been happening to 
breakfast. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 2322. 

National defense begins at break- 
fast. For cereal breakfast food. © 
Nov. 25, 1940 ; KK 2320. 

Now . . . two famous ready-to-eat 
cereals. For cereals. © Nov. 1, 1940; 
KK 2330. 
For flour : 

Designs for dining, 1. © Oct. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2468. 

4. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 2469. 

Gingies will make it a gayer Christ- 
mas. © Nov. 6, 1940 ; KK 2329. 

Hot syrup set. © Sept. 29, 1940; 
KK 2321. 

It's time you learned about this 
success combination. © Oct. 4, 1940; 
KK 2327. 

News . . about a great success com- 
bination. © Oct 11, 1940 ; KK 2325. 

Now is the season for this all- 
American dessert. © Sept. 23, 1940; 
KK 2331. 

Recipe bonus. © Sept. 6, 1940: 
KK 2470. 

Gray (Dorothy), ltd., New York. 

12966 
It cleanses ... it softens ... all in 
one smooth creaming. For cosmetics. 
© Nov. 25, 1940 ; KK 2312. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 

12967-12980 
For watches : 

And what would you like for 
Christmas? © Dec. 1, 1940 ; KK 2704. 

Best advice a Christmas shopper 
... © Nov. 30, 1940 ; KK 2703. 

Gruen certainly is the doctor's . . . 
© Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2391. 

Gruen — the watch with a reason 
... © Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2392. 

Gruen writes the last word. © 
Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 2388. 

Hurry up and make your fortune. 
© Nov. 1, 1940; KK 2393. 

Is business hot enough for you? © 
Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 2378. 

New thinness . . smartness . . dis- 
tinction. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2705. 

No wonder Gruen is the nurses' 
favorite. © Nov. 10, 1940 ; KK 2456. 



They don't just tell the time . . . 
© Nov. 13, 1940 ; KK 2394. 

21 ways to get kissed Christmas 
morning. © Nov. 15, 1940; KK 2706. 

What else could they be but, etc. 
© Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2389. 

Same. © Oct. 15, 1940; KK 

2390. 

You need matches to set the 
world ... © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2380. 

Haffenreffer & co., inc., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. 12981, 12982 

For ale : 

If you ask for just ale . . . © Nov. 
18, 1940 ; KK 2414. 

Straw hats have gone by . . . © 
Sept. 23, 1940; KK 2415. 

Hampden brewing co., Willimansett, 
Mass. 12983 

In every bottle. For ale. © Nov. 15, 

1940 ; KK 2763. 

Health control garments corp.. New 
York. 12984 

Better posture means better health. 

For abdominal belts & shoulder braces. 

© Nov. 25, 1940 ; KK 2613. 

Hilgers (J.) & co. See Hilgers (John) 

Hilgers, John, doing business under J. 

Hilgers & co., Binghamton, N. Y. 

12985, 12986 

Directions for Rex Hunters dog 
powders. For dog powders, dog reme- 
dies. © Sept. 30, 1940 ; KK 2411. 

Does your dog need worming. For 
dog remedies. © Sept. 30, 1940; KK 
2409. 

Ideal bathrobe co., inc., Brooklyn. 

12987 
Ideal robe for baby, chic and warm. 
For infant's robes, buntings and 
sacQues. © Nov. 22, 1940 ; KK 2336. 

International steel co., Evansville, Ind. 

12988, 12989 
For revolving doors : 

Amazing hands-free passage. New 
electric eye control. © Nov. 22, 1940; 
KK 2350. 

Door of the month, issue no. 5. © 
Nov. 22, 1940 ; KK 2349. 

Jardur import co. See Klepper ( L. R. ) 

Julian & Kokenge co., Columbus, O. 

12990-12993 

For shoes : 

Only Foot saver can put your foot 
in these pictures. © Aug. 20, 1940 ; KK 
2341. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 35 



Julian & Kokenge co. — Continued. 
For shoes — Continued. 

Only Foot saver can put your foot 
in these pictures. © Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 
2343. 

Three views of full-fashioned fit in 
shoes. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 2342. 

Same. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 

2344. 

Karagheusian, A, & M., inc., New York. 

12994, 12995 
For rug : 
Open your home to the exciting new 
carpet beauty of today. © Oct. 13, 
1940 ; KK 2491. 

What exciting new things are hap- 
pening in carpets. © Sept. 29, 1940; 
KK 2490. 

Kearney (James R.) corp., St. Louis. 

12996 
Hook-operated sub-nema disconnects, 
suppl. section 7, bulletin 312. For elec- 
trical switches. © Nov. 14, 1940; KK 
2339. 

Klepper, L. R., trading as Jardur im- 
port CO., New York. 12997 

Jardur bezelmeter aviation chrono- 
graphs. For watches. © Nov. 15, 
1940 ; KK 2337. 

Kress (F. J.) box co., Pittsburgh. 

12998 
Vote for better merchandising. For 
boxes. © Sept. 21, 1940 ; KK 2425. 

Lee rubber & tire corp., Conshohocken, 
Pa. 12999-13001 

For tires : 
High compression motors. © Oct. 
30, 1940 ; KK 2316. 

1920 challenge. © Oct. 16, 1940; 
KK 2317. 

Over 5,250,000 tire miles. © Nov. 
13, 1940; KK 2318. 

Lexington roller mills, inc., Lexington, 
Ky. 13002-13005 

For flour : 

First prize for cake. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2446. 

It doesn't taste like cake but it's 
just as delicious. © Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 
2448. 

This amazing new Vitohart flour 
makes tastier biscuits and bread. © 
Nov. 22, 1940 ; KK 2449. 

Vitohart biscuits. © Nov. 15, 
1940 ; KK 2447. 



Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 

13006-13010 
For cigarettes : 

Do you smoke the cigarette that 
satisfies . . . Ellen Drew. © Nov. 12, 
1940 ; KK 2419. 

Do you smoke the cigarette that 
satisfies . . . Sid Luckman. © Oct. 21, 
1940 ; KK 2421. 

For Christmas give the cigarette 
that satisfies. Ski-girl. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2423. 

Give 'em the smoker's cigarette . , . 
Girl and two marines. © Nov, 8, 1940 ; 
KK 2420. 

Milder, cooler. Girl aviator. © 
Oct. 2, 1940 ; KK 2422. 

Linkman (M.) & co., Chicago. 13011 

Dr, Grabow, the pre-smoked pipe. 

For pipe. © Nov. 16, 1940; KK 2277. 

Lone Ranger, inc., Detroit, 13012 

Life of Tonto, chap. no. 9, Shots in 
the canyon. For bread. © Nov. 5, 
1940 ; KK 2338. 

Merck & co., inc., Rahway, N. J. 13013 
Not quite thirty-two years ago. For 
moth protection compound © Oct 30, 
1940 ; KK 2400. 

Meyers (J, A.) & co., Los Angeles. 

13014, 13015 
For pins : 

Design your own pins. © Nov. 19, 
1940 ; KK 2638. 

School club pins, © Nov. 29, 1940 ; 
KK 2637. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 

13016-13018 

Here's the new easy way to create 
beautiful gift packages. For Scotch 
tape. © Dec. 2, 1940; KK 2500. 

This gift . . . For Scotch tape, desk 
dispenser. © Nov. 20, 1940 ; KK 2397. 

Touch of the finger . . . For Scotch 
cellulose tape. © Oct. 9, 1940; KK 
2396. 

Mitchell mfg. co,, Chicago. 

13019-13023 
Another Mitchell first ! Luxuray bet- 
ter light — better sight bed lamp, bulle- 
tin 205. For electric bedlamp, © Aug. 
13, 1940 ; KK 2402. 

For fluorescent lighting fixtures: 
Another Mitchell sensation ! 
Fluorescent kitchen unit, bulletin 193. 
© May 27, 1940 ; KK 2403. 

Certified Fleur-o-lier commercial 
fluorescent fixtures, bulletin 195. © 
June 10, 1940 ; KK 2401. 



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13069 



Introducing a new fluorescent day- 
light desk lamp, bulletin 220. For 
fluorescent desk lamp. © Sept. 12. 
1940 : KK 2404. 

Paint the night with light, bulletin 
no. 196. For spike spotlight. © June 
11. 1940 : KK 2346. 

Mullarky. William, doing business as 
National hosiery exchange sales sys- 
tem, Madison. Wis. 13024 
Your old hosiery has cash value. For 

hosiery. © Oct. 12. 1940; KK 2787. 

National committee for music apprecia- 
tion, New York. 13025-13027 
For phonograph records : 
Announcement of the Chicago so- 
ciety for music education, last chance to 
get symphonic records at SI. 69 per sym- 
phony. © Dec. 9, 1940; KK 2776. 

Announcement of the New York 
committee for music appreciation. Last 
chance to get symphonic records at 
$1.39 per symphony. © Dec. 9. 1940: 
KK 2489. 

Responding to popular request — the 
New York committee for music appre- 
ciation is distributing ... © Dec. 9, 
1940 ; KK 24SS. 

National distillers products corp.. New 
York. 13028 

Make this an old-time Christmas 1 

For whiskey. © Nov. 1.5. 1940; KK 

2801 

National hosiery exchange sales system. 
See Mullarky, William. 

National oil products co.. Harrison. 
N. J. 13029, 13030 

Instant wetting out 1 For wetting 

out agent. © Oct. 18, 1940 ; KK 2765. 

Nopco line of paper making special- 
ties and chemicals, etc. For paper- 
making oils. © Nov. 13. 1940; KK 
2417. 

National supply co., Pittsburgh. 13031 
Ideal electric steel, press forged, bul- 
letin 287. For electric furnace steel. 
© Nov. 16, 1940 : KK 241S. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 

13032-13037 

For beer : 

Food — delicious I Beer — blended 
33 to 1. © Oct. 29, 1940 ; KK 2358. 

4 hours and not a strike . . then a 
big . . . © Nov. 1, 19iO ; KK 2357. 

I was all in but the Major's 33 to 
1. © Oct. 25. 1940 ; KK 2359. 



It's 33 to 1 you'll sell more profit- 
able meals. © Nov. 15. 1940 ; KK 2361. 

New 1 Brewery packed. © Nov. 
12. 1940 : KK 2362. 

Pabst pleases particular people. © 
Nov. 1, 1940 : KK 2360. 

Pacific products co.. Detroit. 13038 

No Nod. For tablets to prevent sleep. 
© Oct. 31, 1940 : KK 2466. 

Packard dresses, inc., New York. 13039 

Fashion mirror. Winter color-tones 
for youthful women. For women's 
dresses. © Oct. 29, 1940 ; KK 2351. 

Pepper f Jas. E.) & co.. inc.. Lexington, 
Ky. 13040 

Born with the Republic. For Ken- 
tucky straight bourbon whiskev. © 
Oct. 24, 1940 ; KK 2333. 

Perolin co. of New York, New York. 

13041 
Trouble free oil burner operation. 
For fuel oil sludge remover. © Nov. 6. 
1940 : KK 2353. 

Pond's extract co., New York 

13042-13069 
For cosmetics : 

American girl 1941. © Nov. 15. 
1940 ; KK 2753. 

American tradition of beautv. Mrs 
Astor. © Oct. 6. 1940: KK 2730. 

American tradition of beauty. Mrs. 
Vincent Astor, Mrs. Philip Harding, 
:Mrs. John Jacob Astor. © Oct 15, 
1940 : KK 2758. 

I Same. © Nov. 1. 1940; KK 

' 2756. 

I 

I Beauty creed. Mrs. Mary Eliza- 

beth Whitney. © Sept. 15. 1940: KK 
2725. 

Beauty creed. Mrs. Vanderbilt 
Phelps. Mrs. David S. Gamble, jr., Mrs. 
Mary Elizabeth Whitnev. Miss Beatrice 
Straight. © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 2757. 

For a limited time ! Two beauty 
aids for the price of one. © Nov. 3. 
1940 : KK 2721. 

Free! With every purchase of 
medium-size Pond's cold cream. © 
Oct. 20. 1940 : KK 2726. 

Girls — hold a beauty bee I © Aug. 
28. 1940 ; KK 2749. 

Give away 1 For the thriftv mind- 
ed. © Oct. 27, 1940 ; KK 2722. 

Pond's extends fair trade contracts 
to 44 states. © Aug. 24. 1940: KK 
2751. 



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Pond's extract co. — Continued. 
For cosmetics — Continued. 

Pond's is the ideal traffic leader 
that draws one out of three. © Oct. 1, 
1940 ;KK 2750. 
For hand lotion : 

Cool white finish of a salon hand 
treatment. © Oct. 28, 1940 ; KK 2746. 

Cool white finish of a salon hand 
treatment. Mrs. Anthony J, Drexel, 
III. © Oct. 28, 1940; KK 2747. 

It does for your hands what pow- 
der does for your face I © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 2745. 

New idea in hand care. © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 2744. 

Rough, red knuckles? © Oct. 28, 
1940 ; KK 2748. 

New! Pond's "lips." Parachute. 
© Oct. 20, 1940 ; KK 2727. 

New Pond's "lips." Parade. © 
Oct. 27, 1940 ; KK 2723. 

New! Pond's "lips." Swing. © 
Oct. 13, 1940 ; KK 2728. 

New ! Pond's lips, the lipstick that 
stays on longer. Cupid. © Oct. 20, 
1940 ; KK 2754. 

Pond's "lips," the lipstick that 
stays on longer. Cupid. © Oct. 6, 
1940 ; KK 2729. 

Sure hit ! The new Pond's lipstick. 
© Aug. 24, 1940 ; KK 2752. 

For powder : 

Blondes ! These 3 questions settle 
a vital problem. Mrs. Huntington 
Astor. © Nov. 10, 1940 ; KK 2720. 

Brunettes! Answer these 3 ques- 
tions and look your loveliest. © Oct. 
27, 1940; KK 2718. 

Brunettes! Ask yourselves only 3 
questions. © Oct. 13, 1940 ; KK 2719. 

3 ways to brunette beauty. © Dec. 
1, 1940 ; KK 2724. 

Here's a moneymaker that brings its 
turnover with it ! For tissues. © 
Sept. 24, 1940; KK 2755. 

Prosperity co., inc., Syracuse, N. Y. 

13070, 13071 
For laundry machinery : 

Prosperity's full line. © Sept. 15, 
1940; KK 2407. 

You can add extra capacity to it 
as your shirt volume grows. © Oct. 
15, 1940 ; KK 2406. 

Randa neckwear corp., Hackensack, 
N. J. 13072 

American boy, large label. For boys' 

neckwear. © Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 2345. 



Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston- 
Salem, N. C. 13073-13077 
For cigarettes : 
He bowls with extra speed and 
extra power . . . Joe Norris. © Nov, 
29, 1940 ; KK 2413. 

Mrs. Roger Williams, jr. © Dec. 
2, 1940 ; KK 2314. 

Willie Hoppe's greatest triumph. 
© Dec. 1, 1940 ; KK 2315. 
For smoking tobacco : 
or Judge Robbing [Lake of the 
Ozarks] © Aug. 11, 1940 ; KK 2486. 

or Judge Robbins at Santa Fe, 
New Mexico. © Nov. 24, 1940; KK 
2313. 

Sanymetal products co., inc., Cleveland. 

13078 
Sanymetal hospital cubicles. For 
hospital cubicles & room partitions. © 
Dec. 4, 1940 ; KK 2702. 

Schenley distillers Corp., New York. 

13079-13081 
Cream of Kentucky, the double-rich 
bourbon. For straight bourbon whis- 
key. © Nov. 8, 1940; KK 2363. 
For whiskey : 

Schenley whiskies like pudding 
prime. © Dec. 5, 1940 ; KK 2493. 

What every woman wants to know 
about a man. © Nov. 29, 1940; KK 
2501. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago, 13082 
Importance of correct foot exercise. 
For plantar massage & foot strength- 
ener. © July 15, 1940; KK 2252. 

Selmer (H. & A.) inc., Elkhart, Ind, 

13083-13092 

Bundy mat service. For band instru- 
ments. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 2271. 

New Magni-tone saxophone mouth- 
piece. For saxophone mouthpieces. © 
Sept. 12, 1940 ; KK 2272. 

Now for the first time a genuine 
Selmer sterling flute. For flute & pic- 
colos. © Sept. 14, 1940 ; KK 2276. 

Selmer presents the Manhattan brass 
instruments. For brass musical instru- 
ments. © Sept. 13, 1940; KK 2270. 

Selmer presents the Manhattan flute 
and clarinet. For flute & clarinets. © 
Sept. 10, 1940 ; KK 2274. 

Selmer presents the new Bundy clari- 
nets. For clarinets. © Sept. 12, 1940 ; 
KK 2273. 

Selmer presents the new Bundy flute 
and piccolo. For flutes & piccolos. © 
Sept. 10, 1940; KK 2268. 



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Selmer presents new Biindy French 
horn-basses-baritones-mellophone. For 
brass musical instruments. © Sept. 10, 
1940 ; KK 2269. 

Selmer presents the new Bundy saxo- 
phone. For saxophones. © Sept. 13, 
1940 : KK 2275. 

Selmer presents the new Bundy 
trumpet-cornet-trombone. For cornets, 
trumpets & trombones. © Sept. 9, 
1940 ; KK 2267. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 

13093-13098 
For refrigerators : 

Boss is a different man since we 
changed to Silence! © Nov. 4, 1940; 
KK 2799. 

Deluxe Christmas broadside. © 
Nov. 19, 1940 ; KK 2795. 

1941 standard window display. © 
Nov. 19, 1940 ; KK 2794. 

Operating instructions. AB-3083- 
491. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2797. 

AB-3083-500. © Nov. 15, 

1940 ; KK 2798. 

Perfect gift idea for the whole fam- 
ily ! © Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2796. 

Sheaffer, W. A. pen co., Ft. Madison, la. 

13099-13103 
For writing equipment : 

Gift quality that lasts for life — at 
prices you can afford. © Nov. 28, 1940 ; 
KK 2484. 

Gifts that inspire and delight — and 
cost no more. © Nov. 22, 1940; KK 
2485. 

It's easy to give the world's finest — 
Sheaffer's. © Nov. 24, 1940 ; KK 2483. 

None but the finest gifts will do. 
©Dec. 8, 1940; KK 2605. 

Thrilling quality and not costly to 
give Sheaffer's. © Dec. 6, 1940; KK 
2606. 

Silex CO., Hartford. 13104-13111 

Be a wise bird and feather your nest, 
form FNl. For coffee makers and ac- 
cessories. © July 15, 1940; KK 2377. 
Correct every time, form no. 10. For 
coffee and tea makers. © Aug. 12, 
1940 ; KK 2372. 
For coffee makers : 

Character in coffee, form no. 11. © 
Aug. 26, 1940 ; KK 2370. 

My customers sure like coffee made 
in a Silex, form no. 14. © Sept. 30, 
1940 ;KK 2371. 

Silex has increased our business, 
form no. 15. © Sept. 30, 1940; KK 
2373. 



Ship and train models, form NP>-1. 
© July 26, 1940 ; KK 2375. 

Silex no-lift roller bearing flat iron 
stand form no. IS 3. For flat iron 
stands. © Nov. 15, 1940 ; KK 2376. 

Silex spray tea maker, form no. 90. 
For tea makers. © Oct. 23, 1940; KK 
2374. 

Sinclair refining co., inc., New York. 

13112-13117 
For gasoline, oil, etc. : 

Builds modern plant and big vol- 
ume from modest start with Sinclair. 
©Aug. 7, 1940; KK 2785. 

Built big farm trade, added many 
stations after shift to Sinclair. © 
Sept. 4, 1940 ; KK 2781. 

Leaders in farm, fuel oil and sta- 
tion gallonage — ^21 years with Sinclair. 
© July 3, 1940 ; KK 2784. 
For motor oil : 

Here's daggertoothed tyrannosau- 
rus, who lived 60 million vears ago. © 
Aug. 21, 1940 ; KK 2783. 

Peggy Moran featured in the New 
Universal picture. Slightly tempted. © 
Aug. 7, 1940 ; KK 2782. 

New ads for Sinclair commission 
agents. For anti-freeze & oil. © Oct. 
2, 1940 ; KK 2786. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 

13118-13127 
For sewing machines : 
Announcing a zig-zag machine for 
elasticized trimming. © Sept. 10, 1940 ; 
KK 2255. 

I could make cute clothes if you'd 
trade in this old thing for a new Singer 
electric. © Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 2261. 

I know it still sews — but pul-lease 
trade it in for a new Singer electric. 
© Aug. 15, 1940 ; KK 2260. 

Increase production — cut down 
thread breakage. © Sept. 10, 1940; 
KK 2259. 

My sewing teacher told me. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2254. 

New room-or new clothes. © Aug. 
28, 1940 ; KK 2262. 

So many extras with a Singer elec- 
tric. © Aug. 1, 1940 ; KK 2253. 

Story of a second honeymoon. © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2256. 

Taking the hand out of handwork. 
© Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2258. 

This bride was beautiful and — 
smart. © Oct. 4, 1940 ; KK 2257. 



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Smith (Jas. H.) & sons corp., Griffith, 
Ind. 13128 

Victor photographic lighting equip- 
ment — 66th year. For photographic 
lighting equipment and accessories. © 
Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2278. 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 

13129-13203 
For baking powder : 
And I'd counted on this cake . . . 
© Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2386. 

Every girl there could have 
baked ... © Oct. 20, 1940 ; KK 2383. 
3 reasons why so many ... © 
Sept. 1, 1940 ; KK 2379. 

What's wrong? Even the children 
pass up . . . © Nov. 3, 1940 ; KK 2382. 
For bread : 

Bread at every meal . . . Jack 
Coombs. © June 20, 1940 ; KK 2307. 

Katherine Roberts. © June 

28, 1940 ; KK 2303. 

Bread helps supply your children's 
greatest food need. © May 15, 1940; 
KK 2628. 

Energy! That's his greatest food 
need. © Sept. 15, 1940 ; KK 2616. 

Free to teachers! © Aug. 15, 
1940 ; KK 2625. 

Let them raid the bread box! © 
Oct. 15, 1940 ; KK 2631. 

New free teaching unit! © Sept. 
10, 1940 ; KK 2627. 

Teach your pupils the good food- 
habit — bread at every meal. © Oct. 10, 
1940 ;KK 2630. 

3 surprise luncheon dishes. © 
Sept. 1, 1940; KK 2635. 

For coffee : 

Chase & Sanborn's friendly flavor. 
Philadelphia. © Sept. 2, 1940; KK 
2762. 

Thanksgiving. © Nov. 8, 

1940 ; KK 2761. 

University of Kansas. © Oct. 

1, 1940 ; KK 2760. 

Choice, fine quality. © Apr. 26, 
1940 ; KK 2288. 

Delectable new drip grind. © May 
23, 1940 ; KK 2709. 

Don't miss this delectable new drip 
grind. © June 9, 1940 ; KK 2279, 2282. 

Don't miss this new drip grind. © 
May 28, 1940 ; KK 2742. 

Extra tang, extra sparkle in this 
richer coffee. © Oct. 31, 1940; KK 
2737. 



2291. 

2289. 



Fine quality. © Apr. 5, 1940 ; KK 
Same. © Apr. 19, 1940; KK 



Finer quality. © May 5, 1940; 
KK 2297. 

High quality coffee. © May 10, 
1940 ; KK 2299. 

If you haven't tried Chase & San- 
born lately. © June 9, 1940 ; KK 2711. 

New! Big economical 2-lb. vac- 
uum can. © Sept. 5, 1940 ; KK 2738. 

Now Chase & Sanborn's friendlier 
flavor in a superb ... © June 13, 
1940 ; KK 2302. 

Now Chase & Sanborn's friendlier 
flavor in a superb new drip grind. © 
May 2, 1940; KK 2741. 

Now — this richer, friendlier coffee 
in a big new 2-lb. vacuum can. © Sept. 
12, 1940 ; KK 2740. 

Save money get this rich, thrilling 
coffee in a big new 2-lb. vacuum can. 
© Sept. 19, 1940 ; KK 2732. 

See exciting night baseball game. 
© July 2, 1940 ; KK 2791. 



Superb quality. 
KK 2290. 



© Apr. 12, 1940 



This coupon is worth 10^ on the 
purchase of Chase & Sanborn coffee. © 
Sept. 8, 1940 ; KK 2743. 

Try this extra-rich, exciting new 
blend. © June 20, 1940 ; KK 2301. 

Try this rich, exciting new drip 
grind. © May 16, 1940; KK 2736. 

You'll love its richer tangier taste. 
© Oct. 10, 1940 ; KK 2733. 

You'll love this thrilling ... © 
June 16, 1940 ; KK 2280. 

You'll love this thrilling new blend. 
© June 27, 1940 ; KK 2300. 

You'll love this thrilling new drip 
grind. © May 9, 1940 ; KK 2735. 

Same. © June 16, 1940 ; KK 

2281. 

Same. © June 16, 1940 ; KK 

2710. 

You'll rave about this richer, 
friendlier coffee. © Oct. 3, 1940; KK 
2734. 

You'll say this fine coffee is a 
taste-thrilling treat. © Oct. 17, 1940; 
KK 2739. 
For tea : 

For better iced tea. If your iced 
tea tastes thin. © Aug. 7, 1940; KK 
2617. 



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For iced tea at its full. Enjoy the 
cooling refreshment. © July 17, 1940 ; 
KK 2619. 

For iced tea full of flavor use 
choice, young tea leaves. © July 2, 
1940 ; KK 2294. 

For iced tea rich in flavor. A tall 
glass of iced tea. © Aug. 14, 1940 ; KK 
2620. 

Free this lO^i package . . when you 
buy this 7-oz. package. © June 5, 
1940 ; KK 2618. 

Right in the name itself — your 
guide to really fine tea. It's the young, 
top leaves. © May 15, 1940; KK 
2295. 

To serve tea that's really . . 

© May 1, 1940 ; KK 2296. 

There I was in my own garden 
picking tea. © July 2, 1940 ; KK 2305. 

Will you have Thea sinensis? I 
said brightly. © July 30, 1940; KK 
2306. 

Your iced tea is rich in flavor when 
made with these. © July 10, 1940 ; KK 
2292. 

You're picking the young, top tea 
leaves when you buy ... © May 16, 
1940 ; KK 2293. 

For yeast : 

Boy ! I wish I could swim ... © 
June 9, 1940 ; KK 2284. 

Digestive juices failing? © Aug. 
1, 1940 ; KK 2707. 

Getting deeper into a rut? © Aug. 
4, 1940 ; KK 2790. 

Grade B health . . . David Sea- 
bury. © June 25, 1940 ; KK 2304. 

Mrs. Oliver Eaton Cromwell. 

© Aug. 10, 1940 ; KK 2298. 

Learn to swim beautifullv. 
June 23, 1940 ; KK 2283. 

Need a new slant on things? 
June 23, 1940 ; KK 2789. 



Start your swim lessons now. 
June 30, 1940 ; KK 2287. 



Same 

2285. 

Swim for fun and a good figure 
July 21, 1940 ; KK 2286. 

Tired all the time? 
1940 ; KK 2788. 

Tired of being tired? 
1940 ;KK 2708. 



© July 7, 1940; KK 

© 

© July 1, 

© Aug. 11, 

311 



For yeast for bread : 
Bread at every meal. Leo Houck. 
© Sept. 20, 1940 ; KK 2634. 

Extra energy needed now ! © Nov. 
15, 1940 ; KK 2636. 

Facts your students should know 
about the great foundation food. © 
Nov. 10, 1940; KK 2629. 

Free to teachers ! The fascinating 
story of bread! © Oct. 1, 1940; KK 
2633. 

More bread for more energy. © 
Aug. 25, 1940 ; KK 2624. 

3 new ways to make meat go 
farther by using bread. © Nov. 1, 
1940 ; KK 2632. 

3 savory hot sandwiches. © Dec. 
1, 1940 ; KK 2615. 

Sylvania industrial corp.. New York. 

13204 
Alert for service. For cellophane. 
© Dec. 10, 1940 ; KK 2672. 

Taylor, W. A. & co., New York. 

13205-13211 
For brew^ : 

Any beer tastes better Stoutened 
with Guinness. © May 29, 1940: KK 
2714. 

Guinness and oysters are that way 
about each other. © Sept. 27. 1940^; 
KK 2759. 

Guinness makes any beer taste 
better. © May 24, 1940 ; KK 2716. 



© Oct. 25, 1940; KK 



Enjoy Guinness with 
Oct. 11, 1940: KK 



Same. 

2715. 

Hey mister ! 
us oysters. © 
2713. 

If you like beer — you'll like it bet- 
ter. © May 17, 1940 ; KK 2712. 

If you like oysters — you'll like 
them better with Guinness. © Sept. 
20, 1940 ; KK 2717. 

Texas co., New York. 13212-13231 

For gasoline : 
It gets there fast, stepped up Fire- 
Chief. © Aug. 28, 1940; KK 2682. 

It's still the Chief! © Nov. 6, 
1940 : KK 2696. 



Stepped up to give you . . quicker 
starts ! © July 3, 1940 ; KK 2684. 

That's the way Jones has been act- 
ing ever since he switched to Sky 
Chief. © Nov. 8, 1940 ; KK 2686. 



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© Aug. 



Texas co. — Continued. 
For gasoline — Continued. 
We were going to trade it in . . 
until we tried Sky Chief! © July 5, 
1940 ;KK 2690. 
For gasoline and motor oils: 
. . And don't ever stop anywhere 
else! © Sept. 5, 1940; KK 2685. 

Three hours past midnight! © 
July 19, 1940; KK 2698. 

For lubricating grease : 
You may worry about the neigh- 
bor's kids. © July 1, 1940; KK 2693. 

You may worry about the plumb- 
ing. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 2694. 

You may worry about the younger 
generation. © Aug. 30, 1940 ; KK 2699. 

For lubricating oils and greases: 
Danger, cold weather ahead, pro- 
ceed at your own