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THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
U ' \ COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBIJ8HED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACfS OF CONGBESS 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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 



INCLUDING 
LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 1 



m 




The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published In four parts. Part 4, formerly Issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

I. Containit^ 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 copyright pro- 
prietor 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, Photograplis (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalpliabet 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. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: '*G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," 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 prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "®" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"® 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right 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 h\ 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, Washington, D. C, 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 3J Musical Compositions - - -- -- 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers-- • --• ■ ■ .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complet*? calendar year --■ 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



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NOTICE 

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

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above and still remaining on the shelves of 
tlie 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 proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, 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 copyright If requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice Includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dranaas 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. 



Adams granite co. 1, 2 

Antram (Mildred) Memorial: 

McNally, 501. - O'Brien, 500. © July 27, 
1943; G 42725, 42726. 

Amadei (A.) statuary co. 3, 4 

Amadei (Armenio) Amadei luminous altar: 
Catholic veision. - General Christian version. 
© Jan. 31, 1944; G 42723, 42724. 

American- London shrinkers corp. 5, 6 

Trilling (Theodore R.): 

Confidentially we shrink, 1, 2. © 1 c. each 
Jan. 6, 1944; G 42581, 42582. 

Anderson (Herbert S.)* 7, 8 

Back from Tokio. - Gob in love. © Feb. 3, 1944; 
G 42812, 42813. 

Anderson- Friberg co., inc. 9, 10 

Anderson (George) Memorial: 

Anderson. - Friberg. © Feb. 3, 1944; G 
42803, 42804. 

Backer (Alexander) co. 11-26 

Mues (William): 

Balinese girl dancer, 226. - Girl with, cat on 
shoulder, 223. © Aug. 14, 1942; G 42775, 42776. 

Colonial lady, 267. - Colonial man, 266. - 
Dutch boy, 257. - Dutch girl, 258. - Female re^er, 
272. - Male reaper, 271. © Sept. 24, 1943; B 42712- 
42717. 

Turner (Raymond): 

Nymph, 229. - Satyre, 228. © Aug. 27, 1942; 
G 42778, 42779. 

Wynkoop (Lorena): 

Female Arab head, 238. - Male Arab head, 
237. © Sept. 23, 1943; G 42721, 42722. » 

Hoop skirt girl, 239DF. © Sept. 25, 1943; G 
42720. 

Juggler boy, 264. - Juggler girl, 265. © Sept. 
24, 1943; G 42718, 42719. 
Zini (Ivo): 

Kiss bust, 79. © July 23, 1941; G 42777. 

Bartlett (Dana)* 27-29 

San Buenaventura, plate Xm. - San Juan Cap- 
istrano, plate XVII. - San Miguel arch-angel, plate 
IV. © 1 c. each Dec. 28, 1943; G 42589-42591. 

Beer (Doris) & Beer (Richard)* 30-33 

Captains* houses. - Fishing boat. - Killen's 
wharf. - Town. © Oct. 30, 1943; G 42592-42595. 

Berliner (S.) monument co. 34, 35 

Berliner (Ben): 

Rhein memorial 1, 2. © 1 c. each Jan. 24, 
1944; G 42667, 42668. 

Birch (Stephen) jr.* 36,37 

Invest in victory, buy war bonds and stamps. 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; G 42641. 



Victory will cost, buy war bonds. © 1 c. Dec. 
31, 1943; G 42640. 

Bonelli (Daniel Leonard)* 38 

Neolltha. © Jan. 24, 1943; G 42814. 

Borden co. 39, 40 

Hartley (Clifford B.): 

Elsie, the Borden cow says, buy defense 
bonds & stamps. - What did you do for your couptry 
today? © 1 c. each Feb. 5, 1944; G 42807, 42808. 

Bridgeport brass co. 41, 42 

Lambdin (Robert L.): 

Copper, bronze and brass in the United States. 
- Over five thousand years ago primitive man 
found copper, genesis of our civilization. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 7, 1944; G 42584, 42585. 



Brockwell (John Butlfer)* 43-45 

Frisky Frog. - Guppy the puppy. - Slick and 
Slack. © 1 c. each Jan. 22, 1944; G 42655-42657. 

Chenoweth (Florris Ruby)* 46 

Color wheel. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; G 42648. 

Clark (Elmer T.) 47 

Christy (Howard Chandler): 

Coming peace and the Prince of Peace. © 
Nov. 1, 1943; G 42711. 



Columbia statuary co. 48-53 

Lindner (John W.) 

15th century man, 731. - 15th century woman, 
730. © Jan. 15, 1944; G 42798, 42801. 

Louvre man sitting on fence, painting, 729. - 
Louvre woman sitting on a fence holding a flower 
basket, 728. - Old English man, 727. - Old English 
woman, 726. © Jan. 1, 1944; G 42796, 42797, 42799, 
42800. 



Cox (Herman Elwood) 54 

Walters (Stanley Thompson): 

Peace and security, speed to victory, remem- 
ber Pearl Harbor. © 1 c. Dec. 10, 1943; G 42602. 

Cullison (James B.) jr.* 55 

Hail demon strikes with fury. © Jan. 10, 1944; 
G 42710. 

Daubner (Paul H.)* 56 

Nicholas (St.), archbishop of Myra. © 1 c. Jan. 
5, 1944; G 42580. 

Davidson (C. R.) co., inc. 57-62 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 

Buffington, 4352. - Clinton, 4353. - Manning, 
4354. - Miller, 4356. - Rice, 4351. - Spatz, 4355. 
© Aug. 30, 1943; G 42727-42732. 



63 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Deavy (Ellen Mary) 63 

Deavy (E. J.): 

Mary Snerde and Takis. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; 
G 42601. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 64-117 

Autumn. - Cowboy. - Emigrant camp. - Little 
shepiierd, Navajo. - September. - Somewhere in 
Utah. - Storm clouds on the desert. - Simdown In 
Wyoming. - Tracks among the sagebrush. - War 
party. © 1 c. each Jan. 28, 1944; G 42669-42678. 
Blizzard. - Cattle country. - Coming uncorked. 

- Corral dust. - Cowboy. - Desert arroyo, Utah. - 
End of the day. - Ford. - Get along little dogie. - 
Getting in the horses. - Indian head, Sioux. - La- 
Sal Mts., Utah, and sheep. - Maverick. - Mllkln' 
time. - Navajo boy. - Navajo country. -Navajo rider. 

- Navajo travelers. - Night. - Ride 'im cowboy. - 
Roundup time. - Saddling up. - Tending her sheep. - 
Trail herd. - Vermilion Cliffs, Arizona. - White- 
faces. - Wounded buffalo. © 1 c. each Jan. 27, 
1944; G 42681-42707. 

Breaking a wild one. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 1944; G 
42815. 

Colorado. - Colorado River. - Desert scene, 
Utah. - Eagle Nest Mountain, Summit County, Colo. 

- Fall rldln'. - Fortynlners. - In Canyon de Chelly. 

- Monument Pass, Utah. - Moonlight. - Navajo fam- 
ily. - Navajo ponies. - Sioux warriors. - Sundown, 
New Mexico. - Top of the Knoll, Summit Co., Colo. 

- Traveler. - Watching the flock. © 1 c. each Feb. 
1, 1944; G 42756-42764, 42766-42772. 



Duval (Andre)* 118 

Wings of victory. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1944; G 42792. 

Evans (Minnie McClaln)* 119 

U. S. sailor birth-death, or U. S. soldier birth- 
death. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1943; G 42603. 



Fenner (Alice Cranston)* 120-133 

Baby's prayer. - Boy's prayer. - Christ head. 

- Colonial lady sewing, writing. - English setter. - 
Gramp. - Grandma. - Horse heads, mother and son. 

- Tea time lady, facing left, facing right. - Peavlne 
King, horse head. - Pointer. - Virgin Mary. © 
Dec. 22, 1943; G 42626-42639. 



Frazee (Louis R.)* 134 

WoU Creek ranch. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1943; G 
42605. 



Frost & Reed, ltd. 135 

Pan (Arthur): 

Churchill (Winston) © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1943; G 
42661. 

Galle memorial studio & workshops. 136 

Galle (Carl): 

Rose carving for execution In granite, marble 
or stone, S. 306. © Jan. 4, 1944; G 42579. 

Graham (Louis Paul)* 137, 138 

Rose comb leghorns. - Sliver gray dorklngs. © 
1 c. each Jan. 28, 1944; G 42679, 42680. 

Green Valley granite co. 139-141 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 

Hasbrook, 618. - Hoover, 617. - Jackson, 616. 
© June 17, 1943; G 42733-42735. 



Hambrock (Ida)* 142, 143 

United nations. - United nations march with 

the Yankee Sams and the liberty girls, © 1 c. each 
Jan. 25, 1944; G 42754, 42755. 

Hammaker bros. 144, 145 

Strine (Paul R.) Memorial: 

Cross. ~ Wlllard. © 1 c. each Jan. 17, 1944; 
G 42621, 42622. 

Haima (Henry M.)* 146 

Target for bombing game, etc. © 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1943; G 42666. 

Hlavacek (Victor)* 147 

Veterans world war n. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1944; 
G 42625. 

Howell (Ex^enla J.)* 148, 149 

Graduation day. - Put down one, carry two. © 
1 c. each Feb. 7, 1944; G 42810, 42811. 

Hoyt & Milne, Inc. 150-156 

Conery (Verney Vlvln) Memorial: 

Bradley, 528. - Crawford, 527. - Goldsmith, 
526. - Llndseth, 525. - Norton (Henry B.), 930. - 
Smart (James W.), 929. © Sept. 1, 1943; G 42748- 
42753. 

Jamleson Qohn): 

Bennet, 524, memorial. © Sept. 1, 1943; G 
42747. 



Hyde Park studios. 157 

Pearson (Edwin): 

Victory Christmas tree. © Nov. 20, 1943; G 
42604. 

Irvln (Mellta McCormack)* 158 

Frog. © 1 c. Nov. 9, 1943; G 42588. 

Jackson (Jacob J.)* 159 

Big 3 for victory. Victory symbols. © 1 c. Jan. 
13, 1944; G 42662. 

Jenneweln (C. Paul)* 160 

Fighting farmer. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1944; G 42802. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 161-171 

Maglstris (Hugo) Memorial: 

Arlen, 189 -B. - Bradley, 190-B. - Green, 
191-A. - Moore, 195-P. - Murphy, 189-A. - Ox- 
ford, 192-A. - Paulson, 194-P. - Peters, 191-B. - 
Radcllff, 190-A. - Sperry, 193-P. - Thomson, 192- 
B. © Sept. 21, 1943; G 42736-42746. 

Junior achievement. Inc. 172 

O'Neil (William): 

Junior achievement. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1943; 
G 42623. 

Knowles & co.. Inc. 173, 174 

Winters (Paul Vlnal): 

God bless us, bring us peace, 492. - Queen 
of Peace, protect us, 497. © Oct. 29, 1942; G 42780, 
42781. 



Lamb (Lloyd V.) 175 

Llngenbrlnk (Arthur William): 

That government of the people, by the people, 
for the people shall not perish from the earth, Lin- 
coln. Patriotic photc^raph mounting card. © Sept. 
28, 1943; G 42795. 



no. 1, 1944 



WORKS OF ART 



238 



Lascart (Salvatore)* 178 

War memorial. © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1944; G 42805. 

Lewis (Bemi)* 177 

Overshadowing presence. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1944; 
G 42658. 

Magrath (Edmund)* 178, 179 

Dorothea. - Young beau, © 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1944; G 42790, 42791. 

Mann (William Lee) 180, 181 

Barbeile (Albert): 

Lady's hand bag and It's contains. © 1 c. Jan. 
1, 1944; G 42578. 

Peanco. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1944; G 42647, 

Muller (Amelia Annie)* 182-188 

Deliver us from evil. - Kim. - Like as a mother. 
- Peter. - Wendy. © 1 c. each Dec. 28, 1943; G 
42596-42600. 

Nichols (Theodore R.)* 187, 188 

Coming thru for 1944 to victory. - Victory with 
48 stars. © 1 c.each Feb. 1, 1944; G 42773, 42774. 

Ortiz (Emily K.)* 189 

Rosebud musicians. © 1 c. Jan. 13, 1944; G 
42660. 

Overbey (William Clifton)* 190 

First breakfast. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1944; G 42794. 

Peake (Roswell Bruce)* 191 

Flowers from the heart. © 1 c. Dec. 11, 1943; 
G 42793. 

Pecha (Otto Roy) jr. 192-199 

Ehlers (J. Henry): 

Aristocrats. - Chrysanthemum and china. - 
Fantasy. - Symphony in color. © Jan. 17, 1944; G 
42782, 42784-42786. 
Helstrom (Bessie): 

Peonies. © Jan. 17, 1944; G 42783. 
Mizen (Frederic): 

Impromptu. - Melody. - Recital. © Jan. 17, 
1944; G 42787-42789. 

Piatt (Margaret Hall)* 200-204 

Butch. - Freedom from fear. - Freedom from 
want. - Freedom of religion. - Freedom of speech. 
© Dec. 11, 1943; G 42642-42646. 

Ruotolo (Onorlo)* 205 

Cabrini ( Mother ) the saint of the immigrants. 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1944; G 42708. 

Scheuffele (Sylvia Dagmar)* 206 

Beloved Red cross dog of war. © 1 c. June 21, 
1943; G 42606. 



Schlesinger (Leon) productions. 
Heineman (Arthur): 

Saaiu. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1944: G 42709. 



207 



208-213 



Shaner (Fred L.) 
Reed (Merle): 

Ace, - Chief, - Doe. - Frankle. - Mate. - 
Sarge. © 1 c. each Dec. 30, 1943; G 42649-42654. 

Shottland (M. Stanford)* 214 

For freedom 4 freedoms. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1944; 
G 42818. 

Sprague (Elizabeth V.) 215, 216 

Ruissell (Charles M.): 

Buffalo hunt. - Crow Foot ( Chief ) © 1 c. each 
Jan. 15, 1944; G 42619, 42620. 

Strauss (Heiiriette)* 217 

Healthy Hebe says, In a work-all-day world, I 

need an 8 hour night. © 1 c. Oct. 22, 1942; G 42824. 

Strine (Paul Richard)* 218 

Brandt memorial, B-i03. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1944; 
G 42618. 

Tcjaas (Benito Luciano)* 219 

Israel to the world. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1944; G 
42659. 

Tryfus (Frederic)* 220-222 

Reinhardt (Max) deceased: 

Mask, left profile, right profile. - Plaster 
form of left hand. © 1 c. each Dec. 27, 1943; G 
42663-42665. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 223 

He maketh fire to come down from heaven. © 
1 c. Jan. 6, 1944; G 42853. 

Vermont marble co. 224-234 

Whitehouse (Louis A.): 

War memorial, D8-0165-L. © Nov. 26, 1943; 
G 42617. 

Whitehouse (Louis A.) Cemetery memorial de- 
sign: 

Burton, 8091.- Denton, 8089. -Glidden, 8120. 
- Keller, 6116. - Patton, 8090. - Stanley, 6115. - 
Stanton, 6118. - Thorpe, 6119. - Treffry, 6117. - 
Woodford, 6121. © Dec. 30, 1943; G 42607-42616. 



Warter (Bert)* 

Nocturne. © 1 c. Feb. 5, 1944; G 42806. 



235 



Wittman (Alex)* 236, 237 

Chinese still life. • Indian still life. © Jan. 1, 
1944; G 42586, 42587. 

Wright (Dean R. E.)* ' 238 

Columbia River power. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1944; G 
42809. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



238 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Adams (Gridley) 239 

New conception in globe -mounting. © 1 c. Jan. 

1, 1944; I 33745. 

Advertisers' service div., inc. 240 

On to Berlin. © Dec. 23, 1943; K 54317. 

Air conditioning utilities co. 241-244 

Adjustable shut off damper, 485. - Fresh air 

intakes stationary louvers, 526. © Oct. 22, 1943; 

I 33749, 33750. 

Combination lightproof and shut off damper, 473. 

© Dec. 8, 1943; I 33748. 

Mushroom ventilator head, cover type, 704B. © 

June 25, 1943; I 33751. 

Allied liquor industries, inc. 245, 246 

Alcoholic beverage revenue trends. © 1 c. Apr. 

2, 1943; I 33728. 

Where state liquor taxes go. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1943; K 54478. 

American automobile assn. 247-250 

Distance judgment test 1944. © Jan. 13, 1944; 

I 33810. 

Foot reaction test 1943, plate 1, 2. © Nov. 16, 

1943; I 33754, 33755. 

Night vision test 1944. © Jan. 5, 1944; I 33770. 

Traffic engineering & safety dept, 251, 252 

We cross at corners, never in middle of block, 

154. © Oct. 11, 1943; K 54497. 

We keep from between parked cars, 155. © Nov. 

4, 1943; K 54496. 

American optical co. 253 

Eye injuries are easier to prevent than to cure, 
100. © Dec. 17, 1943; K 54333. 

American telephone & telegraph co. 254 

Another look at accidents. © 1 c.Dec. 31,1943; 
J 36251. 

Andersen (Karl Albert) 255 

Emergency fire ladder. © 1 c. Dec. 28, 1943; 
I 33774. 

Arakelian (William R.) 256 

E;q)anding mandrel. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; I 33777. 

Armstrong (Wesley) 257 

Neck connection for false voice box. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1944; I 33801. 

Artext prints, inc. 258 

Christ with children. © Jan. 19, 1944; K 54544. 

Ashley (David) Inc. 259-263 

Daifodils, 7. - Heart of the Smokies. - Helenium 
and coriopsls,8. - Marguerites, Paris daisies, 6. - 
Single camellia, 5. © Dec. 30, 1943; H 2644-2648. 



Associated press. 264-371 

Modest maidens. © Jan. 1, 3-8, 10-15, 17-22, 

24-29, 31, Feb. 1-5, 7-12, 14, 15, 1938, Jan. 2, 4, 

6, 7, 9-12, 14, 16, 18-21, 23-26, 28, 30, 31, 1939; 

K 54624-54683. 

Oaky Doaks. © Jan. 20-22, 24-29, 31-Feb. 5, 7- 

12, 14, 15, 1938, Jan. 2-7, 9-14, 16-21, 23, 24, 26- 

31, 1939; K 54684-54731. 

Atkin, naval architecture, 372 

Shallow draft work boat, 521. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1944; I 33768. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 373-386 

C.I. dust collar, 9058. - C.I. roller bearing cap, 
9056. - C.I. roller bearing cover, 9057, - C.I. 
side bearing, 11956. - C.S. door support, 4320. - 
Door supports S.C., 5620. - Forged steel drive ax- 
les, 16707. - S.C. body center plate, 11955. - S.C. 
truck bolster, 16677. - Spring plank, 14501. - 2- 
forged steel ti-ailer axles, 16708. - 15 ton double 
hopper scale car, 1-588. - 20 ton elec, bott. dump 
scale car, 2-525-C. - 260 cu. ft. scale car,2-330-E. 
© 1 c. each Nov. 17, 1943; I 33504-33514, 33522, 
33531, 33532. 

Atlas educational film co. 387-389 

Machine shop work, operations on the engine 
lathe: 

Cutting an internal acme thread, 8. - Using 
a follower rest, 15. - Using a steady rest, 14. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; J 36252-36254. 



Backe Oohn C.) 390 

Positive pressure sinus evacuation apparatus. 
© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1943; I 33683. 



Ballinger co. 391 

[Salvation army home and hospital, Philadelphia] 
4940. © 1 c. Nov, 17, 1943; I 33694. 

Baum (William A.) 392 

Madonna and Child with S. Elizabeth. ©Dec. 21, 
1943; H 2643. 

Baunach (August J.) 393, 394 

Dial micrometer. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; I 33775, 
Spring-tite piston. © 1 c, Jan. 19, 1944; I 33778. 

Beals lithograph & ptg. co., inc. 395 

Greetings from Salt Lake City, Utah. © Dec. 
15, 1943; K 54393. 

Bethlehem steel co. 396 

Good luck! Say it with bonds, 4th war loan. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; K 54491. 

Bock (George W.) 397 

Monarca calf creep. © June 1, 1942; I 33679. 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 1, 1944 



516 



Bonelli (Daniel Leonard) 398 

Constellation finder. © Jan, 11, 1944; I 33746. 

Borden co. 399-402 

And they're strictly grade A. ® Sept. 9, 1943; 
K 54621. 

Elsie, in throaty contralto, etc. © Nov. 10, 1943; 
K 54618. 

Visit from St. Nicholas. © Dec. 18, 1943; K 
54619. 

Where else in a war -torn world, etc. © Nov. 
17, 1943; K 54620. 

Brown & Bigelow. 403-471 

And I've got something for you, too. - Artist's 
sketch pad. - Doc said all I needed was glasses. - 
Don't you just lo-o-ove these cushions? - Has any- 
one seen my button? - Have you checked my racing 
form? - Hey, hcv? far Is up? - I'm exercising my 
rights, and lefts! - It's so much fun this way. - Oh, 
you do remember my voice. - This Is a holdup! - 
This Is just between us. © Dec. 27, 1943; K 54567- 
54578. 

Backhand. - Come on flshln', pop I - Eight going 
on nine? - Happy boyhood days. - In a bunch. - In 
full cry. - Kitchen lights. - Let's be friends. - 
Night wrangler leaving camp. - Spring round-up. - 
Sunday morning. - Village heroes. © Dec. 27, 
1943; K 54579-54590. 

Behind In his work, 33509. - Drop In the bucket, 
33505. - Here today, ham tomorrow, 33506. - Jump- 
ing to a conclusion, 33503. - Knlt-wlt, 33507. - Load 
on his mind, 33511. - Oil Is well, 33504. - Out on 
a limb, 33512. - Plenty on the ball, 33510. - Puff- 
ing along 33502. - Sic 'im, 33508. • Snowbound, 
33501. © Nov. 19, 1943; K 54500-54511. 

Christ church, 24147; by Al Mettel. - Close 
work, 24144; by Perclval Rosseau. - Expert, 24- 
050WR; by LawsonWood. - Fisherman's luck, 24145; 
by Frank Hoffman. - Forever yours, 24051; by 
Rolf Armstrong. - Friendly valley, 24141; by Rob- 
ert Wood. - Harvest days, 24025; by Andrew Loomls. 

- I win do my best, 24000; by Norman Rockwell. - 
Lift up your hearts, 24087; by N. C. Wyeth. - Make 
our town a safe town, 24055; by Paul Randall. - 
Pig tails 'n' daisies, 24056; by Gene Erblt. - Quiet 
waters, 24142; by Anthony Thleme. -Remember me, 
24066; by RoU Armstrong. -Roses bring memories, 
24062; l^ Zoe Mozert. - Spirit of '44, 23-425A; by 
F. Sands Brunner. - Starlight, 24052; by Earl Mor- 
an. - Sunup, 24014; by Maxfleld Parrlsh. - Toast 
of the town, 24053; by Rolf Armstrong. - Tc^ o' the 
morning, 24059; by Haddon H. Sundblom. - Uniform 
appeal, 24067; by Earl Moran. - Washington, D. C, 
the White house, 24-140WR; by Al Mettel. - Wash- 
ington's (George) birthplace, 24146; by Carola Rust. 

- Winning form, 24065; by Rolf Armstrong. © Dec. 
27, 1943; K 54517-54539. 

Down on the farm. - Enchantress, 24064; by Zoe 
Mozert. - For goodness sake; by Jack G. ]^mes. - 
[Make a wish] - Nature's cathedral. - Old mill 
stream. - Safe at home. - Santa Barbara mission; 
by Carola Rust. - West Point; by Al Mettel. © Dec. 
27, 1943; K 5455-54563. 

Gran4>op Santa Claus In sleigh. © Dec. 27, 
1943; K 54566. 

Buckingham pub. co. 472-495 

About face, 2. - Aim, 13. - Attention, 1. - Carry 
arms, 3. - Charge, 7. - Close order; march, 10. - 
Doing his duty, 20. - Double time, 9. - Facing pow- 
der, 11. - Fall In, 16. - Fall out, 15. - Fire, 14. - 
Inspection of arms, 5. - Load, 12. - Mount, 6. - Re- 



lieving the guard, 18. - Rest, 8. - Retreat, 21. - Re- 
veille, 23. - Stack arms, 4. - Surrender, 19, - Taps, 
24. - Target practice, 17. - Tattoo, 22. © Dec. 27, 
1941; K 54592-54615. 



Buell (Marjorle H.) 

Little Lulu. © Jan. 14, 1944; K 54807. 



496 



Buffalo evening news. 497 

[Little girl standing on a hill with pet lamb] © 
Dec. 21, 1943; K 54311. 

Carbonmdum co. 498 

Niagara, as constant as the power of democracy. 
© Nov. 26, 1943; K 54378. 

Carney (James J.) 499 

Liquid dispensing positive closure. © 1 c. Jan. 
22, 1944; I 33798. 

Central soya CO., Inc. McMlUenfeed mills dlv. 500 
Feeding chicks for profit. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; 
J 36246. 

Century press. 501 

Business booms and depressions since 1775. © 
Oct. 15, 1943; I 33680, 

Chestley (John) 502 

Stilt bomb, © 1 c, Dec. 24, 1943; I 33816. 

Chicago & Illinois midland railway. 503 

Lincoln, the arbiter, © Dec. 20, 1943; K 54795. 

Chllcott (Emerson Dwlght) 504 

Stock squeeze. © June 4, 1943; I 33681. 

Christian (Henry B.) 505-509 

Gourd ceremony of Hula dance. - Hula dancer 
at Walklkl. - Net fisherman atWalanae, -Surf -board 
rider, - Surfing at Walklkl, © Oct. 15, 1943; H 
2631-2635. 

Christian settlement house. 510 

Adoration. © Dec. 31, 1942; K 54467. 

Church attendance. Inc. 511 

Go-to-church. © Nov. 1, 1943; K 54617, 

Clarke (Floyd S.) 512 

Motor moimtfor bicycle. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; 
I 33799. 

Coleman (Ralph P.) 513 

Come unto M^, all ye that labor and are heavy 
laden, and I will give you rest. © Jan. 14, 1944; H 
2640. 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 514 

Flag formation by sailors at U. S. naval training 
station. Great Lakes, III., J-8. © Feb. 1, 1944; J 
36370. 

Cram (George F.) co,, Inc, 515 

Table showing approximate distortion east and 
west on polar azlmuthal equidistant projection to 
60O south. © Nov. 15, 1943; I 33733. 

Crawford (Thomas D.), Woodall (Robert L.) & Oster- 
berg (Algot G.) 516 

C-W-0 steam poppet valve. © Jam. 24, 1944; I 

33815. 



581711 0-44-2 



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Curtiss -Wright corp. 517-556 

C-46 airplane, AFFS-1119. - C-46 auto pilot, 
AFFS-1130. - C-46auxilliaTy controls, AFFS-1149, 
AFFS-1150. - C-46 carburetor heat operation, 
AFFS-1143. - C-46 electrical system, AFFS-1120, 
AFFS-1121. - C-46 emergency landing gear oper- 
ation, AFFS-1141, - C-46 fuel system, AFFS-1128. 

- C-46 hydraulic system, AFFS-1125, AFFS-1126. 

- C-46 instruments, trouble shooting, AFFS-1156, 
AFFS-1157. - C-46 oil system, AFFS-1129. - C-46 
radio systems, AFFS-1145, AFFS-1146. - C-46 
taxiing procedure, AFFS-1142. - Daily inspection, 
AFFS-1135. -Disassembly of the C-46, AFFS-1155. 

- Flight controls of the C-46, AFFS-1122. - Ground- 
handling the C-46, AFFS-1131. - Heating and ven- 
tilating system of the C-46, AFFS-1133. - Loading 
the C-46, AFFS-1147, AFFS-1148. - Oil dilution 
system of the C-46, AFFS-1144. - Oxygen and fire 
extinguisher systems of the C-46, AFFS-1132. - 
Pre-flight inspection, AFFS-1134. - Removing the 
engines from the C-46, AFFS-1124. - Rigging the 
C-46 airplane, AFFS-1123, AFFS-1158. - Rigging 
the engine controls of the C-46, AFFS-1140. - Ser- 
vicing the C-46 hydraulic system, AFFS-1127. - Win- 
terlzation of the C-46, AFFS-1151-AFFS-1154. - 
25-hour inspection, AFFS-1136. - 50-hour inspec- 
tion, AFFS- 113 7. - 100-hour inspection, AFFS-1138. 

- 200 and 300-hour inspections, AFJ«-1139, © 1 
c. each Jan. 3, 1944; J 36259-36298. 



Davis (Robert H.) & Davis (Margaret) 

Three newcomers. © Oct. 1, 1942; J 36319. 



557 



Deane (William Gilbert) 558 

Helicopter transportation and housing. © 1 c. 
Jan. 1, 1944; I 33781. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry> 559-561 

New modern miniature pour spout containers, etc. 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1944; I 33814. 

New one for all bottle holder and protector. © 

1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 33783. 

Pour fresh miniature pouch kits. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1944; I 33804. 

Doak (Hugh) 562, 563 

Manchester, Tennessee: 

Morton Lake, D-4. - Winter wonderland. © 
Jan. 1, 1944; J 36360, 36361. 



Donald art co., inc. 564, 565 

Anne Spencer, 320. - Falcon hunt. © Nov. 28, 
1943; H 2641, 2642. 

Dowd (Arthur) 566-569 

Prayer-time-watch seal. © Dec. 23, 1943; K 

54305. 

Washington (Booker T.): 

Birthday seal. - National negro health week 

stamp. - 4-H trade stamp. © Dec. 21, 1943; K 

54306-54308. 



Ellison (Franklin H.) 570 

Mother's flag. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; J 36211. 

Employers mutual liability insurance co. of Wiscon- 
sin. 571 
From the homes of America the legions of liberty 

go fortl\! © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1943; K 54368. 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Ferguson (Harry), inc. 572, 573 

More clean corn in the crib. - Why and how of 
combines. © 1 c. each Dec. 31, 1943; J 36240, 
36247. 

Fluor Corp., ltd. 574 

Chart for the design of octagonal footings for 
vertical vessels, C-20-3. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1944; I 
33735. 

Fox (Owen M.) 575 

Radio baseball score board. © Apr. 7, 1941; K 
54796. 

Francis (Louis) 576 

Guitar finger board. © 1 c. Jan. 20, 1944; I 
33767. 

Genck's. 577 

Genck's modern fabric maintenance. © Oct. 15, 
1943; K 54486. 

General foods corp. 578 

How to bake by the ration book. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1943; J 36243. 

General motors corp. Chevrolet motor dlv. 579 
Today and tomorrow. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; J 
36245. 

Fri^idaire div. 580 

ABC s of servicing Frigidaire electric ranges. 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; J 36250. 

Gerlach-Barklow co. 581-643 

April, 4. - April is often wet and cool, but It's 
lots of fun, with April fool. - August, 8. - August 
is the grandest time to play, 'cause school will 
soon take most the day; by C. Twelvetrees. - Bruin 
inn; by A. H. Hider. - Champions of the field. - De- 
cember for kids, is the month of the year, with 
all Santa's presents, and loads of good cheer. - De- 
cember, 12. - Fair flier; by Alfred L. Buell. - Feb- 
ruary has its famous line, will you be my Valentine? 

- February, 2. -Garden of happy memories. - Hat- 
ful of happiness. - Hello; by Alfred L. Buell. - In 
the swim; by Alfred L. Buell. - Into the wild blue 
yonder; by Bradshaw Crandell. - It's just grand; 
by Alfred L. Buell. - January, 1. - January is full 
of thrills, with snowball fights and icy hills. -Jef- 
ferson memorial. - July it s fun to go out fishing, 
even though it's mostly wishing; by C. Twelvetrees. 

- July, 7. - June is when kids first go swimming, 
with legs a-klcking and arms a-swinging. -June^ 6. 

- Keep em blooming; by Alfred L. Buell. - Leading 
the parade; by Alfred L. Buell. - Lot o'hay. - Love- 
ly as the ^wn. - March is the month kids knuckle 
down, and shout fen dubs with many a frown; by C. 
Twelvetrees. - March, 3. - Mary Lou; by Jules 
Erblt. - Masterpiece; by Alfred L. Buell. - May 
brings much shouting; all kids gay, and mother also 
has her day. - May, 5. - Mill at Jarcy. - Modern Ve- 
nus; by Jules Erbit. -New England winter. - Novem- 
ber, 11. - November is no time to get thinner; not 
with its huge Thanksgiving dinner. Obey safety sig- 
nals; by Adelaide Hiebel. - October, 10. - October 
the country's much less green, but it ends with gay 
old HoUoween. - Professor; by Adelaide Hiebel. - 
Reel problem; by Alfred L. Buell. - Right balance. 

- Rogers (Will) says. - Sailor's sweetheart. 
Sandman's watchman; by Frances Tipton Hunter. - 
Sealed with a kiss. - September makes most kids 



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703 



sad, but when school starts, it's not half bad; by C. 
Twelvetrees. - September, 9. - Signal; by Harold 
Anderson. - Sitting pretty. - Spade work; by Alfred 
L. Buell. - Springtime is bluebird time; by Adelaide 
Hiebel. Sweetheart. - Sweetheart of the surf. - Up- 
per Lake St. Mary. - What's cookln'; by Frank 
Vining Smith, - When the lights go on again. - When 
winter comes. - Who's afraid; by Alfred L. Buell. - 
Young aviator; by John Humski. © Dec. 27, 1943; 
K 54732-54794. 

Ginsbern (Horace) 644 

[Store front and store arrangement] © 1 c.Dec. 
15, 1943; I 33695. 

Goes (A.) 645 

[Individual service record] © Dec. 1, 1943; K 
54309. 

Granger (Elmer E.) 646 

Wall electric outlet. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; I 33732. 

Grief (Frieda) 647 

Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) 32nd president of 
the United States of America. © Nov. 24, 1943; J 
36365. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 648, 649 

Behold, the Lamb of God. © Dec. 10, 1943; K 

54332 

I am the Lord. © Jan, 21, 1944; K 54564. 

Grummann (Herbert Richard) 650 

Haversine scale for 20 inch slide rule. © 1 c. 
Jan. 13, 1944; I 33752. 

Gunn (Frederick C.) 651 

Traders terminal. © 1 c. Jan. 29, 1944; I 33812. 



Hellwig (August) 

Hellwig chart. © Jan. 12, 1944; I 33756. 



652 



Hill (Harry Capelle) 653 

For the greatest good to the greatest number. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; K 54358. 

Holmes (Burton) films, inc. 654 

Special purpose vacuum tubes, SN 154 Og. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1944; J 36321. 

Horning (Wesley Louis) 655 

Flexible rivet set [attachment] © 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1944; I 33806. 

Hoskins (Gayle Porter) 656 

Convoy watchdog. © Dec. 10, 1943; K 54316. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 657-660 

If you want to do some knocking, etc. - Only ab- 
sentees over there 1 - Our wartime troubles last 
for the duration. - Working the graveyard shift. © 
Jan. 18, 1944; K 54540-54543. 

Industrial equities, inc. 661-669 

Action, G-10. - Control your thinking. Ideas pay, 
F-34. - Explode old operating methods with a new 
idea, F-32. - Line in the right direction can produce 
a good idea, F-25. - Parade of new ideas, join it 
now, F-38. - Reveille for ideas to speed victory, 
F-48. - Suggestions, F-42. - Visualize new ideas, 
G-1. - Write it down, G-20. © Dec. 29, 1943; K 
54359-54367. 



International art pub. co., inc. 670 

Last supper; by R. Stang, after the painting by 
Leonardo da Vinci, © Dec. 9, 1943; H 2639. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. 671-674 

Aircraft work assembling and rivetii^;: 

Assembling in a jig. Drilling and riveting, 2. 
- Assembling in a jig. Fitting and lining up, 1. -Re- 
moving defective rivets, 6. © Dec. 29, 1943; J 
36299-36301. 

Basic electricity of the P-47. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1943; J 36248. 

Jardur import co. 675, 676 

Jardur Astro -nav. plotter and protractor. © Oct. 

11, 1943; I 33820. 

Jardur 6-in-l plotter and protractor, model K. 

© Oct. 11, 1943; I 33821. 



Jensen printing co. 

America, land of liberty. 
54622. 



677 
© Jan. 17, 1944; K 



Kaiser (Henry J.) co. Dev. & eng. div. 678 

Kaiser kar. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1943; J 36430. 

Kaufmann (Edward) 679, 680 

Chess player. - Visit to the rabbi. © Jan. 4, 
1944; H 2628, 2629. 



Keller baking co. 

Westward to the Oregon country. 
1943; K 54565. 



© Dec. 



681 
29, 



Kemper-Thomas co. 682-698 

Bare facts; by Hy [1. e. John Henry] Hintermeis- 
ter. - Dark eyes; by Jean Erbit. - Exposed; by Ar- 
thur Frahm. - Far horizons; by Eric Sloane. - Far- 
mer's daughter; by Arthur Frahm. - House by the 
side of the road; by Marius Hubert Roberts. - Into 
the night; by Anton Otto Fischer. - Might that speaks 
for right; by Goidon Grant, "t. Minnehaha Falls; by 
John Kabel. - One thoughtless moment; by Hy [i. e. 
John Henry] Hintermeister. - Open road; by John 
Kabel. - Salute to the flag; by Hy [i. e. John Henry] 
Hintermeister, - Sentinel; by John Kabel. - Sincere- 
ly yours; by Arthur Frahm. - Sleepy head; by Flor- 
ence Kroger. - Swing time; by Arthur Frahm. - To 
the rescue; by Roy Best. © Jan. 1, 1944; H 2650- 
2666. 



Kennedy (Donald S.) 699 

Safety device for hydraulic brakes. © 1 c. Jan. 
31, 1944; I 33813. 

Kilpatrick (Gilbert Edgar) 700 

Flamingoes. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; J 36328. 

Kimes (Elton G.) 701 

Automatic arc welder control. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1944; I 33790. 



King (Harold Ray) 702 

Page less memo-pad. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1944; I 
33782. 



King (William Byrd) HI. 703 

Transportation problems. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1944; 
J 36320. 



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704 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



King features syndicate, inc. 704-718 

Christmas plans at lunch, 0-102. -Dionne(Eme- 
lle and Marie) 0-90. © Dec. 19, 1943; J 36322, 
36323. 

Dionne family at home, 0-80. - Emelle smiles in 
her sleep, 0-108. - Hanging of the stockings, 0-83. 
- Quints race for bed, 0-84. - Quints want a peek, 
0-86. - Santa resembles Papa Dionne, 0-94. © 
Dec. 26, 1943; J 36336-36341. 

Dionne holiday, 0-109. - Supper with the quints, 
6-104. © Dec. 26, 1943; J 36325, 36326. 

Emelle and Annette at prayer, 0-107. - Marie 
and Yvonne at lunch, 0-103. - Quints inspect a tree, 
0-97. - Yvonne and Cecile awaken Emelle, 0-91. 
© Jan. 2, 1944; J 36426-36429. 

Emelie, Marie and Annette, 0-100. © Dec. 10, 
1943; J 36324. 

Kotelev (Serge G.) & Kotelev (Sophie F.) 719, 720 
Reconnaissance submarine buoy. © l»c. Apr. 

20, 1943; I 33789. 

Submarine with reconnaissance buoys. © 1 c. 

Jan. 22, 1944; I 33788. 

Krueger (Richard G.) Inc. 721, 722 

Growing up: 

Boy. - Gin. © Dec. 28, 1943;K 54329, 54330. 

Lenley (Mitchel B.) 723, 724 

Three faces east. - Three musketeers. © 1 c. 
each Jan. 27, 1944; J 36363, 36364. 

Lindner (Rodney R.) 725 

Deviation corrected compass card. © 1 c. Jan. 
19, 1944; I 33780. 

Little Falls laundry co. 726 

Smoke get in eyes. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1944; K 54806. 

Lone Ranger, inc. 727-734 

And keep them up! ©•Nov. 1, 1943; J 36310. 

Hitting the trail, A-4. - Pals, A-5. © May 1, 
1943; J 36305, 36306. 

Lone Ranger: 

And his $10,000.00 saddle, A-3. - Astride HI 
Yo Sliver, A-1. - Inspects his trappings, A-2. © 
Apr. 15, 1943; J 36307-36309. 

Lone Ranger becomes Pawnee Indian chief. © 
Sept. 1 1943; J 36366. 

You ve reached the end of your thieving trail. 
© Jan. 1, 1943; J 36304. 

Los Angeles (City ) Board of education. 735, 736 
Instruments of the orchestra, pts. 1-4. - Write 
soon, pts. 1-4. © June 15, 1943; J 36311, 36312. 

Loucks & Nor ling studios, Inc. 737-754 

Battle announcing equipment, destroyer, SN- 62 
a. - Battle announcing equipment, submarines, SN- 
62 b. - Care of lenses andprlsms,SN-1367 b. - Div- 
ing amplifier equipment, SN-62 ac. - Electrical 
telegraph systems, pt. 1 - SN-62f,pt. 2 - SN-62 g. - 
Fire alarm equipment, SN-62 s. - Fire control 
switchboards, SN-62 ad. - Salinity Indicating equip- 
ment, SN-62 ab. - Shaft revolution equipment. 
Electric tachometer Corp., pt. 1 - SN-62 z, pt. 2 - 
SN-62 aa. - Ship's service telephone, pt. 1 - SN-62 
p, pt. 2- SN-62 q. - Sound powered telephone, SN- 
62 r. - Tools and maintenance, SN-1367 c. -Under- 
water log system, Bendix, pt. 1 - SN-62 v,. pt. 2 - 
SN-62 w. - Wire and lead markings, etc., SN-62 ah. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 24, 1944; J 36342-36359. 



Lowery (Charley) 755 

Shaker. © 1 c. Jan. 7, 1944; I 33730. 

McAllister (H. Edgerton) & McAllister (Florence 
L.) 756 

Guardian cross. © Dec. 25, 1943; J 36333. 

McCormick co. 757 

Vernon, city of architectural beauty, 3B-H961. 
© Jan. 15, 1944; K 54512. 

McCutchan (Earl M.) 758, 759 

Hinge wing airplane: 

Flying position, 2. - In vertical lift position, 
1. © 1 c. each Dec. 22, 1943; J 36314, 36315. 

Mack (Henry D.) 760 

[Titan, mathematical drawing] © 1 c. Dec. 16, 
1943; I 33784. 

McLean (Frank W.) 761-764 

Cigarette package In two sections. - Improve- 
ment In bicycles. -Light two wheel truck for stores, 
warehouses and service trucks. - Ovens for use 
on two burner hot plate. © 1 c. each Feb, 9, 1944; 
I 33822-33825. 

Magaw (Warren S.) 765 

Power take-off rotary tiller and weeder. © 1 c. 
Jan. 7, 1944; I 33729. 

Mallory (Edward B.) 766-772 

Oxidized sludge computation, 1. - Oxidized 
sludge process, 1-4. © 1 c. each Dec. 29, 1943; 
I 33687-33691. 

Oxidized sludge process computation chart: 
Sludge unit, air volume ratio, 3. - Solids dis- 
tribution index, 2. © 1 c. each Jan. 8, 1944; I 33625, 
33726. 

Marcus (Alfred I.) 773, 774 

Honor roll. - [Romance] © Jan. 18, 1944; K 
54798, 54799. 

Marvel mfg. co. 775 

U. S. marine tank. © Dec. 15, 1943; I 33727. 

Mason (Florence B.) 776, 777 

Believe it or not, two petaled calla lily, full 
view, side view. © 1 c. each Jan. 5, 1944; J 36302, 
36303. 

Mathematical services. 778, 779 

Calculation chart for natural gas flow In pipes, 
usii^ f from Biddlson's studies, 7-B-303, 7-B-305. 
© 1 c. each Dec. 30, 1943; I 33692, 33693. 

Mayer (Mary Helen) 780-782 

Construction of a heptagon. - Geometrical con- 
struction of a nonagon. - Trlsectlon of an angle. 
© 1 c. each Jan. 20, 1944; I 33771-33773. 

Mead Johnson & co. 783 

Knitting. © 1 c. Jan. 5, 1944; K 54513. 

Messenger corp. 784 

Saviour of the world. © Nov. 6, 1943; H 2627. 

Mlljevlch (Stephen) 785 

Rotary excavator. © 1 c. Jan. 24, 1944; I 33787. 



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CLASSES H-K 



884 



Mogck (Lawrence M.) 786 

Mogck vertiplane. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 33796. 

Moore dry kiln co. 787 

Prudent optimist. © Dec. 8, 1943; K 54325. 

Morgan (Wesley Reece) 788 

Cliess confidence builder. © 1 c. Dec, 31, 1943; 
I 33769. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co. 789-833 

American way. - Any dude'll do. - Champion of 
liberty. - Conquering hero. - Cowlwy's lament; 
by Charles Hargens. - Defense workers. - Future 
four-striper. - Giftof love. - Joys of a summer day. 

- Land of mosque and minaret; by Noel H. Leaver. 

- Lead kindly light. - Liberty bell. - Off for the 
front. - Office worker. - On the food front. - On the 
home front. - Price of liberty. - Proclaim liberty 
throughout theworld. -Quiet! please. - Right of way; 
by Hy (i. e. John Henry) Hintermeister. - Royal 
family. - Salute to victory; by Victor Tchetchet. - 
Salutii^ the Flag. -Service star. -Shoot; by Charles 
Hargens. - Sleepy time gal. - So long, everybody. - 
Soldier of production. - They also serve. - Thres- 
hold of happiness. - Training planes. - Two of a 
kind win; by C. M.Russell. - Where free men swell. 

- Wonderland out yonder. © Dec. 27, 1943; K 
54432-54465. 

B 51. - B 52. - B 53. - B 56. - B 57. - B 59. - B 
510. - B 511. - B 512. © Dec. 27, 1943; K 54423- 
54431. 

Be It ever so humble. © Dec. 27, 1943; K 54591. 

Pigs is pigs. © Dec. 27, 1943; K 54808. 

Murphy products co. 834 

Puttii^ power into farm grains. © Sept. 15, 
1943; J 36313. 

National book service. 835 

National book service. © Jan. 13, 1944; K 54485. 

National broadcasting co., inc. 836-838 

Happy. - Hunkey the monkey. - Pink elephant. 
© Nov. 15, 1943; K 54326-54328. 

National mineral wool assn. 839 

Growth of mineral wool business. © Dec. 10, 
1943; I 33742. 

National war finance committee. 840 

Comrades in arms. © 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; J 
36241. 

Nelson (Victor J.) 841 

Nelson mercury furnace no. 4. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
I 33766. 

New York ( City) Museum of modern art. 842, 843 
Goulue, 6; by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. © 

Dec. 14, 1943; H 2625. 

Pines and rocks, 5; by Paul Cezanne. ©Dec. 14, 

1943; H 2626. 

New York graphic society. 844 

End of the hunt, 634. © Dec. 2, 1943; H 2623. 



Newman (Charles X.) 845 

Traffic solution for the 12th st. dam [traffic] 
bottleneck. © 1 c. Jan. 10, 1944; I 33734. 



Newton (George Lee) 846 

Hotels: an asset to the community: a service to 
the nation. Your patronage means your comfort and 
safety. © Jan. 6, 1944; K 54471. 

Norcross. 847-859 

Bringing you a little sumpin' and hoping you will 
like it, 5R936. - Have a high ole time, 10B1005. - 
Have a wonderful birthday, daii^hter, 15B758. - Hi 
brother, I've got somethin' fer yer birthday, etc., 
15B821. - I'm snappin' my fingers and dancin' with 
glee, etc., 100371. - On your birthday, cross my 
heart, etc., 15B1192. - On your birthday, maybe 
life ain't a bed of roses, etc., 10B1004. - To our 
son on his birthday, 25B760. © Dec. 3, 1943; K 
54394, 54395, 54397-54402. 

Congrats, ain't babies fun, 15R110. © Nov. 26, 
1943; K 54396. 

Graduation wish, for today and always, etc., 
25GN2. © Oct. 29, 1943; K 54403. 

Hi honey, it's a person-to-person call, etc., 
10R780. © Nov. 19, 1943; K 54490. 

Wedding congratulations and best wishes, etc., 
15W46. - What s this, your anniversary,15W452. 
© Nov. 5, 1943; K 54488, 54489. 

Occidental life insurance co. of California. 860 

Twang the harp, etc. Sketches. © 1 c. Dec. 24, 
1943; K 54498. 

Ortman (Renzia) 861 

Electric arc. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 33794. 

Osborne co. 862-879 

Alaska, the land of promise; by Sydney Laurence. 
- America, ours to love and serve; by Grif [i. e. 
Griffith H.J Teller. - Building a better world; by 
Walter de Maris. - Coming home on the wings of 
prayer; by Lawrence Wilbur. - Forest's share in 
victory; by Grif [i. e. Griffith H.] Teller. - Hail 
the conqueror; by Hy [i. e. John Henry] Hinter- 
meister. - Lass that loves a sailor; by Maud Tou- 
sey Fangel. - Love's welcome home; by Harold 
Anderson. - May all your days be happy; l^ Walter 
de Maris. - My own, my native land; by Grif [i. e. 
Griffith H.] Teller. - Oh boy, they've got what it 
takes; by Hy [i. e. John Henry J Hintermeister. - Oh 
boy, watch this one; by Annie Benson Muller. - On 
the eve of victory. Mount Vernon, September 11, 
1781; by Hy [i. e. John Henry] Hintermeister. -Sal- 
ly in our alley; by Walt Otto. - So proudly we hall; 
by Frederick J. Hoertz. - Tulips for you; by Jules 
Erblt. - What you waiting for; by Al [1. e. Alfred L.] 
BueU. -Who killed the bear; by C. M. Russell. © 
Dec. 27, 1943; K 54404-54421. 

Parks (Thaddeus J.) 880 

Cam connectors. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 33793. 

Perkins (Charles M.) 881 

Auto control mechanism. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; 
I 33802. 

Pfluger (Charles L.) 882 

Rigger's clamp. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 33795. 

Pirz (Emanuel) & Hyman (Louis) 883 

Portable distillation unit. © 1 c. Nov. 10, 1943; 
I 33785. 

Pittman (Harry Curtis) 884 

Universal automotive identification, flood light. 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1944; I 33786. 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



885 



pt. rV, n. s., V. 39 



Polonus philatelic society, inc. 885 

Friendship thru the years. © June 22, 1943; K 
54487. 

Providence lithograph co. 886-895 

Abraham gives Lot first choice; by Fredericks.- 
Good times together; by Draper. - Happy family; by 
Kay Draper. - Healing In the name of Jesus; by T. 
Nelson & sons. - Helping to make the church beau- 
tiful; by Wlrenmn. - Hungry fed by Jesus' friends 
today; by Ninon MaeKnlght. - Thanks for food; by 
Madsen. © Dec. 28, 1943; K 54318-54324. 

Jesus' first disciples; by Harold Copping. - 
Peace, be still; by Elsie Anna Wood. - When Jesus 
gave his life; by Margaret Tarrant. © Dec. 29, 
1943; H 2636-2638. 

Pullman co. 896-905 

Are you taking chances, 52. © Dec. 31, 1943; 
K 54554. 

Do you know any short cuts, 46. © Nov. 23, 
1943; K 54548. 

Don't camQuflage your Ideas, 51. © Dec. 28, 
1943; K 54553. 

Don't fall asleep when new Ideas pay off In cash, 
48. © Dec. 7, 1943; K 54550. 

Every day the Axis feels our wrath, 49. © Dec. 
14, 1943; K 54551. 

Get acquainted, good suggestions pay money, 45. 
© Nov. 16, 1943; K 54547. 

Hoarding Ideas get you nowhere, 47. © Nov. 30^ 
1943; K 54549. 

Make suggestions, be a winner, use your noodle, 
43. © Nov. 2, 1943; K 54545. 

Reflections are beautiful, etc., 44. © Nov. 9, 
1943; K 54546. 

Your guardian, 50. © Dec. 21, 1943; K 54552. 

Pyeatt (Anthony DeWltt) 906 

Pyeatt analytical perspective grld30- 60 degree. 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1944; I 33811. 

Quaker state lithographing co.. Inc. 907, 908 

FamUy feud, 101. - Meal time, 104. © July 1, 
1943; K 54469, 54470. 

Railway & Industrial engineering co. 909 

Performance of R&IE type LSC line shorting 
contactor. © Dec. 10, 1943; I 33684. 

Rausch (WUllam Warren) 910-916 

One bedroom house. - Two bedroom house. - 
Two bedroom house with breezeway porch and 
garage. - Two bedroom house with normal llvli^ 
room and dining room with porch. ® Jan. 14, 1944; 
I 33759-33762. 

Three bedroom house with: 

Large living room and full dining room. -Nor- 
mal living room and full dining room. - Porch. © 
Jan. 14, 1944; I 33763-33765. 

Red River lumber co. 917-971 

At the green chain, 171. -At the sign of the Blue 
Ox Inn, 8-1. -Big store, 8-8A. -Electric saw close- 
up, OX. - End of old sugar pine, 154. - Hammer- 
head crane, 104. - Jammer, 65A. - Jammer hooker, 
45. - Limbers, 62. - Loading trucks, 73. - Nose- 
lift truck, 8-3. - Shed six, 5-7B. - Shower bath 
on mill slip, 69. - Sunlight and bark, 129. - Tele- 
scoping logging truck, 200. - Tractor and arch, 1. - 
Tractor and dust, 12. - Truck loading hooker, B-1. 
© 1 c. each Feb. 4, 1944; J 36375-36384, 36386, 
36390, 36394, 36395, 36398, 36406, 36418, 36425. 



Fallers: 

Finishing the undercut, 161. Old sugar pine, 
149. - Old sugar pine falls, 162. - Saw cut, 117. - 
Starting the undercut, 146. - Timber, 125. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 4, 1944; J 36371-36374, 36396, 36424. 

Mill pond: 

At the cut-off saw, Z, 94. - Feeding logs into 
mill slip, 130. - Log train, 189. - Logs for pl3nvood, 
110. - Recelvli^ basin, 4-3. - Unloading logs, 7. - 
Working on the round stuff, 24. © 1 c. each Feb. 
4, 1944; J 36385, 36387-36389, 36392, 36393, 36397, 
36399. 

Plywood: 

Assembly and glue up, 4-20. - Grader, 5-4. - 
Hot press, 4-25. - Lathe on cutting side, 4-11. - 
Lathe on receiving side, 5-2. - Loading car, 4-15. 

- Patch making machine, 4-9. - Placing patches, 
4-10. - Sheet of pine coming from'lathe, 8-6. © 1 
c. each Feb. 4, 1944; J 36400, 36407-36414. 

Portrait: 

Jammer swamper, 46. - Logger of the old 
school, 26A. - Lunch time, 54. - Philosopher, 109. 

- Pond man, 35. - Right of free speech, 56A. © 1 
c. each Feb. 4, 1944; J 36391, 36419-36423. 

Power: 

Bulldozer onfuel pile, 98. -Power house, 108. 

- Smoke and steam pattern, 100. - Transmission 
wire, fuel pipe smoke stacks, 85. - Wires and dry 
kUn detaU, 8-4. © 1 c. each Feb. 4, 1944; J 36401- 
36405. 

Venetian blind slats: 

Inspection, XX-2. - Rip saw, 4-5. - Sorting 
to lengths, 4-6. © 1 c. each Feb. 4, 1944; J 36415- 
36417. 

Reed (Gordon E.) 972 

Old grist mill cigarette dispenser. © 1 c. Jan. 
7, 1944; I 33731. 

Republic flow meters co. 973, 974 

Chart: 63-3001515. - 68-4020. © Dec. 16, 1943; 
I 33685, 33686. 

Research products corp. 975 

Dehumldlflcatlon of air. © Dec. 18, 1943; I 
33743. 

Richard (F.) 976, 977 

Vertus grace. - Virtues grace. © Aug. 3,1943; 
K 54494, 54495. 

Robinson (Thomas Lee) 978 

Improved gas turbine. © Dec. 13, 1943; 133682. 

Rose (N. H.) 979, 980 

Cowboy riding jack rabbltt herding cattle. - S. P. 
railroad bridge, across Pecos River in WestTexas, 
321 feet high. © Jan. 5, 1944; J 36334, 36335. 

Rundin (Rudolph Aaron) 981 

Watt next I © 1 c. Jan. 1, 1944; K 54809. 

Rush (Henri) & co., architects. 982 

Preliminary study showing plat of proposed vic- 
tory highway together with airplane landings at St. 
Louis. © 1 c. Jan. 14, 1944;.! 33753, 

Sandler (Henry B.) co. 983-986 

China dreams. - Sunshine window. - Terrarium 
and peonies, 688. - Yellow bowl. © Jan. 19, 1944; 
K 54801-54804. 



10 



no. 1, 1944 



CLASSES H-K 



1050 



Schaeffer (F. & M.) brewing co. 987 

Let's all help win the war! © Dec. 24, 1943; 
K 54493. 

Schewendeman (Joseph Raymond) 988 

Chart, planetarium change of seasons. © 1 c. 
Dec. 6, 1943; I 33809. 

Schoenwetter (H. K.) 989 

Comoressed air machine gun. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1944; I 22791. 

Sears (Jack) 990 

Optimist. © Dec. 10, 1943; K 54800. 



Senior (Sam P.) jr. 

Homespun. © July 18, 1943; J 36362. 



991 



Seven-up co. 992 

With sons at war, America needs workers. © 
Jan. 6, 1944; K 54492. 

Shapiro (S. George) 993 

Jiffy trunks and shorts. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; 
I 33779. 

Shookner (Peter W.) 994 

For God and country. © Dec. 1, 1943; K 54422. 



Sky chefs, inc. 

Skychef. © Nov. 29, 1943; K 54499. 



995 



Sorensen (Henry) 996 

Boxed steel structure. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1944; 
I 33807. 

Souter (Haywood L.) 997 

End to end radial engine. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; 
I 33800. 

Southern Baptist convention. Simday school board. 

998 
Harvest in Palestine. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1943; K 
54516. 

Springstead (Russel E.) 999 

Springstead pressure engine. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1944; I 33797. 

Standard oil co. of C.lif . 1000 

Standard takes better care of my car, too! © 
Nov. 10, 1943; K 54616. 

Stoessel (Henry Kurt) 1001 

[Calendar graph] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; K 54369. 

Stone {jay Charles) 1002 

Arroline calendar, 1944. © 1 c. Aug. 11, 1943; 
I 33757. 

Strater (Henry) 1003 

Storm along the Verde. © Dec. 9, 1939; H 2667. 

Strauss-Peyton. 1004 

Wilkie (Wendell L.) © June 28, 1940; J 36327. 

Svoboda (Antonin) 1005 

[Sheet of position lines] © 1 c. Feb. 3, 1944; 
I 33818. 

Sweet (Norman) 1006 

Human brain reflex-mechanism. © 1 c.Nov. 17, 
1943; I 33744. 



Swift & CO. 1007, 1008 

Building friends. - Margarine meeting, 1943. © 
1 c. each Dec. 31, 1943; J 36244, 36249. 

Tagliabue (C. J.) mfg. co. 1009 

Tag chart, SA-110-50-9. © Jan. 4, 1944; I 33747. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 1010-1023 

California, D-7227, D-7228. © Dec. 20, 1943; 
K 54314, 54315. 

Fisherman's prayer, [b-H545. - Florida mocking 
bird, poinsettia blossoms, 2B-H546. - Greetings 
from Florida, the land of sunshine, 2B-H544. - 
Greetings from the Infantry school. Ft. Bennlng, 
Georgia, 2B-H540. - Who-o-o-o said blackout, 2B- 
H637. © July 29, 1942; K 54383, 54385, 54387, 
54388, 54390. 
Greetings from: 

Camp Ellis, Illinois, 3B-H884. © Dec. 15, 
1943; K 54313. 

Camp Rucker, Alabama, 2B-H740. © Aug. 
31, 1942; K 54382. 

Fort Bliss, Texas, 2-B-H1059. © Nov. 17, 
1942; K 54386. 

Jacksonville beaches, 2B-H599. © Aug. 10, 
1942; K 54379. 

Jacksonville, Florida, 2B-H634. © Aug. 17, 
1942; K 54380. 

Napier Field, Dothan, Ala., 2B-H667. © 
Aug. 20, 1942; K 54381. 

Texas state capltol, D-6061. © Sept. 29, 1939; 
K 54466. 

Telgman (Joseph) 1024 

Fur storage receipt. © Jan. 10, 1944; K 54515. 

Terry (Connie J.) 1025 

Ideal cash kupon. © Sept. 25, 1942; K 54805. 

Thomas (Leota J.) 1026-1049 

Bible class certificate. Holy Bible, 6. - Certifi- 
cate, this is to certify that, attended the dally va- 
cation Bible school at, 5. - Dally vacation Bible 
school certificate, 4. © Dec. 27, 1943; K 54337- 
54339. 

Christian flag pledge, 9. © Dec. 5, 1943; K 
54342. 

Dear Father, accept our thanks, 21. - Happy Is 
the man that flndeth wisdom, 24. - My Christian 
album diary, 18. - Serve the Lord with gladness, 
25. - Sing unto God our strength, 20. - We will 
serve the Lord, 23. - Where I am, there ye may be 
also, 22. © Dec. 21, 1943; K 54350, 54352-54357. 

Holy Bible, 19. © Dec. 24, 1943; K 54351. 

My attendance reward card, 13. © Nov. 19, 
1943; K 54345. 

My Bible class attendance reward card,. 10. 
My Christian reward cards, 3. © Dec. 10, 1943; 
K 54336, 54343. 

My Bible class certificate, 1. - My Christian 
reward cards, 2. © Dec. 29, 1943; K 54334, 54335. 

My memory verses reward card, 11, 15. © 
Nov. 17, Dec. 22, 1943; K 54344, 54347. 

New members reward card, 14. -New songs re- 
ward card, 16. - Sing imto the Lord, 17. © Nov. 
24, 1943; K 54346, 54348, 54349. 

Pledge to the Bible, 7, 8. © Dec. 1, 15, 1943; 
K 54340, 54341. 



Thompson (Arthur S.) 1050 

Combined automobile chair and bed and reversi- 
ble back chair. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 33792. 



11 



1051 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Trimble (Arthur G.) 

Wesley (John) © June 26, 1943; J 36318. 



1051 



Twin editions. 1052, 1053 

la orana Maria, 21; by Paul Gat^uln. © Jan, 17, 

1944; H 2649. 

Venice: Dogana and San Giorgio Magglore, 16; 

by Joseph Mallord William Turner. © Nov. 8, 1943; 

H 2630. 



United 6Tug co. 

Let's face the facts. 
36242. 



1054 
© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1943; J 



United enterprise release. 

Jest for fun. © Jan. 1, 1940; K 54514. 



1055 



University of Georgia press. 1056 

Diagram for graphical solution of spherical 
triangles. © Jan. 6, 1944; I 33817. 

Upjohn CO. 1057 

Your doctor, and being born healthy. © 1 c.Dec. 
16, 1943; K 54310. 

Uzefovlch (Alexis M.) 1058 

Distance finder. © 1 c. Jan. 11, 1944; I 33736. 



Van Brundt (Myron) 

Detura. © Dec. 1, 1943; K 54797. 



1059 
1060-1065 



Verner (Elizabeth O'Neill) 
West Point: 

Administration building. - Area. - Brereton 
road. - Chapel. - Riding academy. - Washington 
hall. © Dec. 13, 1943; K 54479-54484. 

Vlavlan (Lambru G.) 1066 

Life boat safety device. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 1944; 
I 33758. 

Vocafllm Corp. 1067-1105 

Ammunition, fuzes and tracers, pt. 1, SN 1807c. 

- Ammunition, propellants and primers, SN 1807b. 

- Anti-aircraft barrage fire, general principles, 
SN 1805a. © 1 c. each Jan. 29, 1944; J 36367-36369. 

Ammimltlon, SN-1807a. - Compensated follow- 
up, pt. 1, SN-1351n-AG. - Component Integrator, 
SN-1351d-AG. - Component solver, SN-1351c-AG. - 
Differential gear, SN-1351a-AG. - Disk type integ- 
rator, SN-1351b-AG. - Escapement regulator, SN- 
1351q-AG. Intermittent oscillating drive follow-up, 
SN-1351m-AG. - Limit stop, SN-1351k-AG. - Re- 
ciprocal cam type computing mechanism, SN-1351h 
-AG. Screw tj^e multiplier, SN-1351e-AG. -Sector 
type multiplier, SN-1351g-AG. - Servo motors and 
dampers, SN-1351j-AG. - Single cam follow-up, SN 
-13511-AG. - Slide type multiplier, SN-1351f -AG. - 
Stable element mark 6, SN-1801a, SN-1801b, SN- 
1801e. - Synchro motor and heart cam follow-up, 
SN-13510-AG, SN-1351p-AG. - Three-dimensional 
cam, SN-13511-AG. - 1.10 Inch machine gun, SN- 
1728e, SN-1728g, SN-17281, SN-1728k, SN-17281, 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



SN.1728m. - 3" 50 cal gum mount mark 22, SN- 
1806a. © 1 c. each Dec. 31, 1943; J 36212-36239. 

Elements of a surface fire control system, SN 
3193a. - Power drive mark 2. Construction and 
function of the major units, SN 1802b. - Power drive 
mark 2. Purpose and method of control, SN1802a. 
- 3" /50 cal. gun mount mark 22. Function of the 
breech mechanism, SN 1806b. © 1 c. each Jan. 20, 
1944; J 36329-36332. 

1.10 inch machine gun, SN-1728d, SN-1728f, SN- 
1728h, SN-1728J. © 1 c. each Jan. 3, 1944; J 36255- 
36258. 

Wah Chang trading corp. 1106 

Tungsten ore. Price movements and world pro- 
duction 1909-1943. © Dec. 20, 1943; I 33737. 

Waller (Herbert) 1107 

Labor income from egg production. © Feb. 2, 
1944; I 33819. 

Wells (Hewitt) 1108 

J. E. Haddock, ltd. engineering contractors. Pa- 
sadena - San Francisco. 68 man barrack. © 1 c. 
Jan. 25, 1944; I 33805. 

Weyerhaeuser timber co. 1109-1112 

Sailing ocean sled, type B, dwg. 202, 203, 210, 
227. © 1 c. each Dec. 15, 1943; 133738-33741. 



Whitney (Carl H.) 
Victory garden hoe. 



1113 
© 1 C.Jan. 19, 1944; I 33776. 



Whltworth (Grace) 1114-1121 

Beauty unsurpassed. - Heads high, when alai*med. 
- Monarch of our prairies in 1875. - Poised, and 
freel - Ship that never lost a battle. - Symbolof 
liberty and peace. © Dec. 17, 1943; K 54472-54477. 
Sh^ that never lost a battle. - Symbol of liberty 
and peace. © June 24, 1943; J 36316, 36317. 

Williams (Richard O.) & Woodall (Carl) 1122 

Convertible wheel chair. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; 
I 33803. 

Wilson mfg. CO., Inc. 1123 

Identification card. © Dec. 22, 1943; K 54312. 



Wise delicatessen co. 

Wise spud. © Oct. 15, 1943; K 54623. 



1124 



Worcester (Wakefield) 1125 

[Chart or dial for Indicating horizontal and ver- 
tical angles of the sim at any given location In the 
world, for any hour of the day and any day of the 
year] © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1944; I 33808. 



World merchandise corp. 

Greetings on your birthday. 
K 54331. 



© Oct. 



1126 
25, 1943; 



Zimmerman (William J.) 1127 

[Decorative design of roses with stems and 
foliage] © Dec. 9, 1943; K 54468. 



Number of entries In classes H-K Included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of Works of art (Including one-copy entries) 44 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Including 

96 one-copy entries) 132 

Photographs (including 175 one-copy entries) 220 

Prints and pictorial Illustrations (including 9 contributions to periodicals 

and other one-copy entries) 493 

Total - - 889 



12 



PHOTOGRAPHS AND DRAWINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS 
BEEN RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[1127 



Reis (Harry) 1 

Emancipation proclamation Abraham Lincoln. 
© H. Reis, Beverly Hills, Calif. R 121176, Sept. 
16, 1943. 

Taylor instrument cos. 2-12 

S. & M. Fahrenheit chart nos. 84-86. R 121631- 
121633, Oct. 6, 1943. 



Taylor recording thermometer chart nos. 3104, 
3001. R 121629, 121636, Oct. 6, 1943. 

Tycos recording thermometer chart nos. 141, 
143, 1012, 750. R 121628, 121634, 121637, 121638, 
Oct. 6, 1943. 

Tycos stormogr^h chart nos. 83, 2. R 121630, 
121635, Oct. 6, 1943. 

© Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 



13 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Acheson colloids corp., Port Huron, Mich. 1128 
Dag colloidal graphite in the field of electronics, 
bulletin 432. For colloidal graphite dispersions. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23064. 

Advertisers' service dlv., inc., New York. 1129 
Know your heroes. For bread. © Dec. 30, 1943; 
KK 22746. 

American dairy assn., Chicago. 1130 

5,000,000 dairy farmers bring you nutritious 

recipes for a tastier Thanksgiving. For butter. © 
Nov. 13, 1942; KK 22697. 

American fruit growers, inc., Chicago. 1131-1133 
For fruits and vegetables: 

Blue Goose means the best sweet, juicy, fla- 
vorful Blue Goose oranges. © Dec. 14, 1943; KK 
23038. 

Here's a sure guide to quality. © Dec. 2, 
1943; KK 23036. 

Tree-ripened citrus, full of juice and pleasing 
flavor. © Dec. 9, 1943; KK 23037. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 1134-1144 

For transportation equipment: 

Americana, 1944, 113-62. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 
22771. 

And with oak leaf cluster, etc., 113-64. © 
Ian. 15, 1944; KK 22892. 

Beyond the line of duty, 113-65. © Jan. 29, 
1944; KK 23080. 

Bidding in another bomber run, 113-59. © 
Dec. 11, 1943; KK 22559. 

Blasting a tunnel route to victory, 113-39. © 
Nov. 27, 1943; KK 22558. 

Break-through to Cannonball Valley, 113-53. 
© Nov. 6, 1943; KK 22679. 

Breaking backshop bottlenecks, 113-46. © 
Nov. 13, 1943; KK 22680. 

Mercy of America, 113-61. © Dec. 25, 1943; 
KK 22660. 

New victory crops along the rails, 113-57. © 
Nov. 20, 1943; KK 22681. 

Unwritten rulebook, 113-48. © Dec. 4, 1943; 
KK 22560. 

Who will be their Santa Claus? 113-60. © 
Dec. 18, 1943; KK 22682. 

American safety razor Corp., Brookljni. 1145 

But I don't want to go home since you got rid 
of that 5 o'clock shadow! For razors and blades. 
© Jan. 12, 1944; KK 23000. 

American silk mills, inc.. New York. 1146, 1147 
For fabrics: 

If it's American, it's good. © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 22709. 

Wings of tomorrow. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22710, 

American tobacco co., New York. 1148, 1149 

For cigarettes: 

Boy, that's tobacco. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 
23049. 



I've got a crop fine for Lucky Strike. © Jan. 
14, 1944; KK 22825. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 1150-1153 

For meats: 

How many of these ideas do you know for sav- 
ing leftover meats. © Jan. 7, 1944; KK 22876. 

New dinners with Star pork sausage. © D^c. 
31, 1943; KK 22875. 

Tasty, point- thrifty Treet is all meat. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; KK 23088. 

Lady, lady, here's the way, etc. For beef ex- 
tract. © Dec. 17, 1943; KK 22874. 

Atlas powder CO., Wilmington, Del. 1154 

WhMl Ideas from a frankfurter? For chemicals 
and explosives. © Dec. 25, 1943; KK 22649. 

Automatic alarm corp., Minneapolis. 1155 

Automatic alarm system. For bui^lar, fire, 
and hold-up alarms. © July 5, 1943; KK 22905. 

Awful Fresh MacFarlane, Berkeley, Calif. 1156 
Friday's the day Valen-time. For candy, choco- 
lates. © Feb. 13, 1941; KK 22529. 

Axton - Fisher tobacco co., inc., Louisville. 

1157, 1158 
For cigarettes: 

Extra protection that makes good sense. © 
Dec. 17, 1943; KK 22813. 

Importance of the filter zone. © Jan. 7, 1944; 
KK 22814. 

Bard (Frank) Chicago. 1159 

Take Tokyo. For table board games and boxes 
thereof. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 22650. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 1160, 1161 

For aircraft: 

Guy on the ground crew. © Dec. 16, 1943; 
KK 23055. 

Skytown, U. S. A. pop.: 2,000,000. © Nov. 
18, 1943; KK 23054. 

Bendlx aviation corp., Detroit, New York, Teter- 
boro, N. J. 1162-1172 

For aircraft instruments: 

Change to stainless steel screws in split col- 
lars gyro flux gate compass master indicator, 
12001-lA. Service bulletin. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 
22820. 

Dual fuel pressure autosyn indicator. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Jan. 11, 1944; KK 22932. 

Effect of change in specific gravity of gaso- 
line on indicated rate of flow, autosyn fuel flow- 
meter transmitter, 9054-A. Service bulletin. © 
Dec. 17, 1943; KK 22817. 

Improved air filter, type K-1, now being In- 
stalled In gyro flux gate transmitters, 12002-1. 
Service bulletin. © Dec. 17, 1943; KK 22818. 

Magnetic compass, AN-5732-1. Installation 
Instructions. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 22726. 

Modification of turn and bank Indicators for 
Link trainer, using conversion kit DM-2, 1708-Al, 
A2, B2, 1723-A2. Service bulletin. © Jan. 4, 1944; 
KK 22819. 



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1222 



For airplane equipment: 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. After winning 
his battle, etc, © Nov. 28, 1943; KK 22677. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Hit the ground, 
etc. © Dec. 12, 1943; KK 22678. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Quick! These 
fellows, etc. © Nov. 14, 1943; KK 22676.. 

1944 edition of the Bendix invisible crew. For 
precision instruments and parts for planes. © 
Dec. 20, 1943; KK 22648. 

Pilot's picture of the Bendix invisible crew. For 
precision instruments for planes. © Jan. 12, 1944; 
KK 22870. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 1173-1179 

Best's sun fashions '44. The prettiest south- 
bound clothes yet. For coat dresses, blouse, skirt, 
bathing suit, playsuit. © Jan. 9, 1944; KK 22725. 

For misses dresses: 

Holiday frosting. © Dec. 26, 1943; KK 22522. 
Winter frosting. © Jan. 2, 1944; KK 22634. 

Keep warm, keep well. For jackets, pants, 
sweaters, skirt, lamb lining shirt, socks, boots, ski 
boots, coat and hood. © Dec. 26, 1943; KK 22523. 

More beloved than ever! Best's exclusive C-1 
wool gabardines. For misses suits and dresses. 
© Jan. 9, 1944; KK 22831. 

News, the portrait neckline. For dresses and 
playsuit. © Jan. 30, 1944; KK 23071. 

Yes, we still have Coimtry Plaids. For misses 
suits and coats. © Jan. 23, 1944; KK 22902. 

Binswanger & co. of Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn. 

1180 
Opti-flats. For surface plates and toolmakers' 
knees. © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 22743. 

Bllckman (S.) inc., Weehawken, N. J. 1181-1183 
Conqueror war model food conveyors. For food 
conveyors. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22550. 

Correslte, a new corrosion resistant plastic. 
For corrosion resistant plastic products. © Dec. 
6, 1943; KK 22551. 

Special sheet metal equipment for naval and mer- 
chant ships. For sheet metal equipment. © Dec 
20, 1943; KK 22552. 

Blue bell, inc., Greensboro, N. C. 1184-1187 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

Badge of honor on the home front. © Dec. 9, 
1943; KK 22835. 

Blue bell dresses America at work or at war. 
© Dec. 3, 1943: KK 22834. 

Blue bell s stitch in time for you. © Dec. 23, 
1943; KK 22836. 

Seven always was a lucky number. © Jan. 6, 
1944; KK 22837. 



Borden co.. New York. 1188-1210 

Dear foUcs, Uncle Sam says, etc. For milk. © 
Nov. 22, 1943; KK 22977. 

Elsie comes to Ft. Wayne. For ice cream. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22978. 
For cheese: 

He won't budge until he's sure Liederkranz 
on the menu! © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22926. 

Hey, mister! Cheese has come to Life. © 
Sept. 30, 1943; KK 22919. 

Hi! You worried-what-to-serve ladies. © 
Jan. 14, 1944; KK 22981. 

Lovers of cheese! Attention, please! © Oct. 
15, 1943; KK 22922. 



Make 'em cheer 4 times a day! © Jan. 26, 
1944; KK 23082. 

Tips on rationed entertaining. © Dec. 27, 
1943; KK 22930. 

Want your sandwiches to please 'em? etc. © 
July 26, 1943; KK 22917. 
For dairy products: 

Beulah says never mind the apple for, etc. © 
Nov. 7, 1943; KK 22925. 

But they already have a statue in the public 
square, protested Elsie. © Dec. 24, 1943; KK 
22931. 

Chin up, Beulah! You'll pass that physical 
with flying colors! © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 22920. 

Don t worry, darling, it's nothing to be afraid 
of. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22979. 

That's no footballgame, daddy dropped a Wej- 
cut cream cheese sandwich! © Sept. 19, 1943; KK 
22918. 

For fluid milk: 

A B C, and D of the children's milk. © Dec. 
7, 1943; KK 22929. 

Four R's of the children's milk. © Jan. 4, 
1944; KK 22980. 

How to make every day Christmas! ©Dec. 6, 
1943; KK 22928. 

Let's get started right this year! © Jan. 17, 
1944; KK 23081. 

These are the days for the children's miUc! 
© Oct. 21, 1943; KK 22924. 

Why this is the time for the children's milk. 
© Nov. 22, 1943; KK 22976. 

Your sunshine helps my son shine! © Oct. 
14, 1943; KK 22921. 

For vitamin and mineral fortified drink: 

Apple picking is a cinch since Elmer's been 
drinking Hemo! © Oct. 19, 1943; KK 22923. 

Elmer doesn't need a partner since he's been 
drinking Hemo! © Nov. 16, 1943; KK 22927. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 1211-1215 

For worsted and woolen piece goods: 

Behind the Botany label. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23060. 

Botany. A botany fabric. © Jan. 15, 1944; 
KK 22916. 

Botany believes in classics! © Jan. 4, 1944; 
KK 22659. 

Botany Marchan. © Jan. 29, 1944; KK 23002. 

Fabric with a future by Botany. © Jan. 18, 
1944; KK 22856. 



CVH laboratories, inc.. New York. 1216 

CVH plastic Relievo colors. For plastic paints. 
© Dec. 27, 1943; KK 23090. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

1217-1220 
For oranges: 

For this wartime winter, etc. LA-3591. © 
Jan. 4, 1944; KK 23094. 

Give children plenty of vitamins, etc., LA- 
3555. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23096. 

How California navel oranges help you this 
wartime winter, LA-3552. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 
23093. 

Help wartime meals, etc., LA-3554. For Sun- 
kist oranges. © Jan. 9, 1944; KK 23095. 

California fruit growers exchange. Products d^t., 
Ontario, Calif. 1221, 1222 



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Exchange bottlers juices now available. For 
fruit juice bases for bottled beverages. © Nov, 
15, 1943; KK 23061. 

Your customers want more orange flavored 
drinks! For oil of orange. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 
23062. 

Camloc fastener corp., New York. 1223, 1224 

For fasteners: 

Assurance. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22717. 
110°. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 22718 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 1225, 1226 

For movie films: 

News parade of the year. © Nov. 18, 1943; 
KK 22545. 

Sport spellbinders! © Oct. 16, 1942; KK 22544. 

Champion products co., New York. 1227 

Champion dice [card] For dice. ©Dec. 10, 1943; 
KK 22511. 

Chemex corp.. New York. 1228 

Making just a few cups of coffee. For coffee - 
makers and filters. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 22674. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 1229 

Save, coal. For coal. © Dec. 24, 1943; KK 
22663. 

Clark grave vault co., Columbus, O. 1230 

Postscript to a dream. For grave vaults. © 
Dec. 17, 1943; KK 22747. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 1231-1235 
For household bleach and disinfectant: 

Even clean-looking drainboards may endanger 
health unless they're hygienically clean! © Nov. 7, 
1943; KK 22780. 

Health protection is vital to victory! Culti- 
vate the healthful habit of dishcloth sanitation with 
Clorox. © Dec. 12, 1943; KK 22783. 

In defense of health make kitchen, bathroom, 
laundry sanitary with Clorox! © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 
22779. 

There's pride and protection in a Clorox- 
cjean bathroom! © Nov. 21, 1943; KK 22881. 

- There's pride and protection in a Clorox- 
clean bathroom. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22782. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmii^on, Del. 1236-1252 

For soft drink: 

Coke means Coca-cola. Sprite and automatic 
dispenser. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 22847. 

Coke means Coca-cola. Sprite and bottle. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; KK 22841. 

Have a Coca-cola = as you were. Battleship 
soda ft. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 23085. 

Have a Coca-cola = haere mail Be welcome. 
New Zealand no. 2. © Dec. 14 1943; KK 22843. 

Have a Coca-cola - here s to old times. Kit- 
chen snack party. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23086. 

Have a Coca-cola » let's be friendly. Sprite 
and globe. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22935. 

' Have a Coca-cola = Ique bien se pasa aquf! 
It's swell here. Ecuador. © Dec. 23, 1943; KK 
22845. 

Have a Coca-cola > that's wizard. It's the 
tops. England no. 1 revised. © Jan. 13, 1944; KK 
22910. 

Have a Coca-cola - you're home again. Sol- 
dier home on furlough. © Dec. 28, 1943; KK 22846. 



Have a Coke « a thousand miles is not too 
far to come. Thunderbird Field. © Jan. 11, 1944; 
KK 22937. 

Have a Coke = cad mile failte. A hundred 
thousand welcomes. © Dec. 24, 1943; KK 22839. 

Have a Coke « !hola, que hay! Hi, what's 
doing? Cuba. © Dec. 16, 1943; KK 22844. 

Have a Coke = let's all have fun. Night club 
scene. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 22936. 

Have a Coke = salut. Greetings. Canada no. 
2. © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 22840. 

Have a Coke = wacko, digger! Okay, chum. 
Australia revised. © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23083. 

Hello China, have a coke. American and Chin- 
ese aviators. © Dec. 31, 1943; KK 22864. 

Wherever I go, etc. Santa Claus in chair. © 
Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22763. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 1253 

Vigilantes ride. For stills, posters, window 
cards, lobby display cards, slides and mats. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; KK 22961. 



Coors (Adolph) co.. Golden, Col. 
Always a pleasure. For beer. 
KK 22941. 



1254 
© Jan. 21, 1944; 



Corn products refining co.. New York. 1255 

How to measure the breath of life. For food- 
energy sugar. © Jan. 17, 1944; KK 22914. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 1256-1259 

It's as easy as pie to please the family. For des- 
sert. © Jan. 17, 1944; KK 22967. 

It's easy to do your sheets and pillowcases the 
Limit way. For laundry starch. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
KK 22943. 

More than 250 ways from soup to dessert to use 
point-saving salad oil. For salad oil. © Jan. 17, 
1944; KK 22942. 

Mother's my pin-up girl. For Karo syrup. © 
Jan. 19, 1944; KK 23065. 

Coty, inc.. New York. 1260-1263 

For perfumes: 

Give her a thousand fragrant hours. © Nov. 
19. 1943; KK 22513. 

Give her a thousand fragrant hours. © Dec. 
5, 1943; KK 22516. 

L'Origan for your golden moments. © Nov. 
30, 1943; KK 22514. 

Sabots. © Dec. 7, 1943; KK 22515. 

Cudahy packing co., Chicago. 1264-1269 

For cleanser: 

Choose the best by actual test, 104. © Nov. 
15, 1943; KK 22508. 

1st choice, cleans 97 more washbowls, key 
109. © Dec. 7, 1943; KK 23005. 

Gets best results, cleans 77 more pans, key 
107. © Nov. 23, 1943; KK 23003. 

No help wanted! Cleans 34 more bathtubs, 
key 106. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 23006. 

Performances Plus, cleans 48 more broiler 
pans, key 108. © Nov. 30, 1943; KK 23004. 

Proof it's a best buy, 103. © Nov. 10, 1943 
KK 22507. 



Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 1270 

He ascended into heaven. For stained glass 
windows. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23043. 



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1307 



Davison chemical Corp., Baltimore. 1271 

Symbols of victory visible and invisible. For 
chemicals. © Dec. 25, 1943; KK 22732. 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, inc., PhoenixviUe, Pa. 1272 
Tobin bronze, easily cut, too! For grinding 
wheels. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22670. 

Diamond tool co., Chicago. 1273 

Diamonds for victory. For tools. © Jan. 3, 1944: 
KK 22760. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 1274, 1275 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 22754. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © Jan. 22, 1944; KK 22915. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn. 1276-1287 

All in one face and hand cream. Smooth It on, 
wipe it off. For cold cream and vanishing cream 
combination face and hand cleansing cream. © 
Dec. 27, 1943; KK 22651. 

All in one paint helper kit, the porcelain-like 
finish paint and 3 in 1 patch-up kit. For paints, 
painters tools, color & plaster, varnish cheese 
cloth. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22626. 

Anytime is candy time when it's Sweetheart candy. 
Labels of love, friendship and remembrance. For 
candies, cookies, jellies, tea and labels. © Dec. 28, 
1943; KK 22699. 

Build yourself up with 3 in 1 heels. For soles 
and heels and pads. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22625. 

Clean-o-lean, Polish-on-varnlsh,with the brush- 
like pad, Turpalean. For cleaning fluid, varnish 
and brush-like pad, turpentine and benzine. © Jan. 
8, 1944; KK 22707. 

Clear-o-bank, etc. speedy easy bank aid money 
bags your silent banking service. For money enve- 
lopes combination deposit slips, payrolls, checks, 
Christmas clubs etc. with draw slips advertising 
page etc. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22762. 

Clear-o-bank one for all miniature money bag 
system. For money envelopes, combination as 
shown deposit slips, payrolls, checks, Christmas 
club, etc. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22761. 

E -Z -2 -B repaired withE-Z-2-B one for all com- 
bination home repair kit. For various articles to 
repair home. © Dec. 28, 1943; KK 22568. 

Home package and gadget combination advertis- 
ing system. Plan. For home wall articles holders 
gadget etc. © Jan. 12, 1944; KK 22778. 

Ladies, the all in one maid and washroom handbag 
service kit. For clean-up pack of articles, also 
dresswear small articles. © Jan. 12, 1944; KK 
22751. 

News flash, Nip -bo -coverts kits, etc. For glass 
and plastic combination kit nipple cover, bottle 
cover, holder, carrier and measure. © Dec. 27, 
1943; KK 22698. 

2-in-l inbetween minute letter aid service sys- 
tem plan. Smooth it on labels, seals, cards, letters, 
etc. For labels, seals, cards, letters. © Dec, 27, 
1943; KK 22701. 

Dr. Jo Wit laboratories, Hollywood, Calif. 1288 

Sterling gift of lifelong service. For mixer. © 
Nov. 1, 1940; KK 22982. 

Dole refrigerating co., Chicago, 1289, 1290 

For cold plate evaporators: 

Dole vacuum cold plate evaporators for cold 
storage rooms. © Feb. 9, 1943; KK 22646. 



Dole vacuum cold plate evaporators for U. S. 
government cold storage rooms. © Mar. 8, 1943; 
KK 22647. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 1291-1293 

For powder to clear all household pipes and 
drains: 

Don't wash forks and spoons where sewer 
germs are tliriving only two inches away. © Oct. 
1, 1943; KK 22877. 

Lady, la^! Where you wash those cups 
sewer germs lurk, just two inches away. © Nov. 
20, 1943; KK 22879. 

Having trouble working double? For liquid to 
clean window panes. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 22878. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncie, Ind. 1294, 1295 

For metal card tables and furniture: 

Durham answer to the voice of victory. © 
Jan. 10, 1944; KK 22816. 

1944 the silver-lining year. © Jan. 24, 1944; 
KK 23045. 

Duro test Corp., North Bergen, N. J. 1296-1298 

Here's the big cost of street lighting - mainten- 
ance. For incandescent lamps. © Dec. 15, 1943; 

KK 22777. 

I spend most of my life on this ladder, etc. For 

incandescent, fluorescent, electronic. © Nov. 20, 

1943; KK 22719. 

They're better lamps, and labor savers too! For 

incandescent and fluorescent lamps. © July 24, 

1943; KK 22720. 

Edwards (B. O.) See Ramsey (Charles K.) 

Electro chemical engineering co., inc., Louisville. 

1299 
Dream come true! For electrc lytic water con- 
ditioning device. © June 15, 1943; KK 22671. 

Englander co., inc., Chicago. 1300 

And only the very best mattress! For mattress. 
© Jan. 21, 1944; KK 22938. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 1301 

$64 question is, shall I give it, or keep it? For 
pen and pencil. © Jan. 14, 1944; KK 22858. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 1302-1304 

Exhibit's price list, 1944. Case 2094, For 
cards and supplies for penny arcades, © Jfin, 21, 
1944; KK 22903, 

For cards sold by means of vending machines: 
Air mail, © J^n, 15, 1944; KK 22862, 
Blue bird, © Jan. 15, 1944; KK 22863. 



Ex-lax, inc., Brooklyn. 1305 

Laxies. For laxative product. © Jd.n. 2, 1944; 
KK 22629. 



Fasolino monuments, inc., Woodside, N, Y. 1306 

Facts to remember in selecting a memorial 

For memorial designs. © Jan. 13, 1944; KK 22723. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 1307 

Firestone extra values for home and car, farm 
and garden, sports and recreation. For home and 
auto supply items. © Aug. 25, 1942; KK 22738. 



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Fisher (Clarence G.) Mishawaka, Ind. 1308 

North Side lumber & coal co. Everjrthlng to 
build anjrthing. For buildings and building supplies. 
© Mar. 14, 1943; KK 23039. 

Freeman (Frederick Milton) jr., Takoma Park, Md. 

1309 
For brides only. For ei^raved wedding invita- 
tions, announcements.© Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23063. 

Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, N. Y. 1310 

No more canned dog food? So whatt For dog 
food, © Oct. 5, 1942; KK 22741. 

Gardner (Clark) Osage, la. 1311, 1312 

For toy blocks: 

Happy tumbling blocks, © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 
22906. 

Happy tumbling blocks. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 
22898. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods Corp., New York. 1313, 1314 

Just ask for Snider's old fashioned chili sauce. 
For catsup, cocktail & chili sauce. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
KK 22823. 

Snider's sea chanties. The shrimp. For cock- 
tail sauce. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 22693. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 1315-1317 

For cosmetics: 

Famous once-a-year event, special dry-skin 
mixture. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22712. 

For dry skin, etc. extra rich skin cream. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23048. 

Like a fresh new complexion! Portrait face 
powder. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 22851. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co.. New York. 

1318-1322 
For groceries: 

I pack a punch In every meal. © Dec. 31, 1943; 
KK 22767. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. © Dec. 9, 
1943; KK 23051. 

We've adopted a save -as -you -go shopping 
plan. © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 22768. 

Now put this indispensable wartime food to work 
for you. For evaporated milk. © Dec. 19, 1943; 
KK 23052. 

Speaking of quality. For bread. © Dec. 29, 1943; 
KK 22766. 



Grove regulator co., Oakland, Calif. 1323-1325 

Grove automatic stop valve. For automatic stop 
valve. © Mar. 2, 1943; KK 22971. 

Grove combination pressure reducing and auto- 
matic shut-off valve. For combination pressure 
reducing and automatic shut-off valve. © June 2, 
1943; KK 22999. 

Grove small volume h^h pressure regulators. 
For small volume high pressure regulators. © 
Mar. 2, 1943; KK 22972. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 1326 

Tell Steve you cashed your war bond. For watch- 
es. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 22815. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 1327 

More, please. For ale. © Jan. 12, 1944; KK 
22933. 



Harris -Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 1328 

Harris Impressions, v. 3, no. 11, Nov., 1943; 
For lithographic supplies. © Dec. 19, 1943; KK 
22995. 

Hecht CO., Washington. 1329-1332 

For men's suits: 

Factual fables of famous labels, 1. © Dec. 
15, 1943; KK 22665. 

Factual fables of famous labels, 3. © Dec. 
17, 1943; KK 22667. 
For shoes: 

Factual fables of famous labels, 2. © Dec. 16, 
1943; KK 22666. 

Factual fables of famous labels, 4. © Dec. 18, 
1943; KK 22668. 

Hedeman mfg. co. Inc., New York. 1333-1337 

For material handling equipment: 

Heavy duty hand trucks and bag trucks. © 
Dec. 29, 1943; KK 22810. 

Lightweight hand trucks and dollies. © Dec. 
29, 1943; KK 22748. 

Material handling equipment. © Dec. 29, 
1943; KK 22750. 

Platform and warehouse trucks, jack lifts 
and skids. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 22757. 

Roller wheel gravity conveyors. © Dec. 29, 
1943; KK 22749. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

1338-1340 
For chemicals: 

Battle against the barnacle. © Jan. 13, 1944; 
KK 22765. 

Tough, to the ends of the earth. © Dec. 23, 
1943; KK 22539. 

When is a plastic truly flexible? © Jan. 8, 
1944; KK 22728. 

Holeproof hosiery co., Milwaukee. 1341, 1342 

Holeproof fine stockings. Luxlte made by Hole- 
proof. For stockings and underwear. © Jan. 5, 
1944; KK 22975. 

Strlklr^ new effects in sock styles of regular 
length and pacer shorts. For socks. © Dec. 1, 
1943; KK 22661. 

Holmes & Edwards dlv. International silver co. See 
International silver co. Holmes & Edwards dlv. 

Hudson products co. , Detroit. 1343 

Somethii^ new In plastlcsl For plastic tube 
and fittings. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22645. 

Indiana steel products co. , Chicago. 1344 

Increased energy has made possible many new 
uses for permanent magnets! For permanent mag- 
nets. © Dec. 25, 1943; KK 22664. 

International sliver co., Merlden, Conn. 1345, 1346 
For sliver service: 

I didn't want Christmas to come, this year. 
© Dec. 3, 1943; KK 22891. 

I'd never believed In love at first sight. © 
Nov. 5, 1943; KK 22890. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards dlv., 
Merlden, Conn. 1347, 1348 

For sterling Inlaid sllverplate: 

Best bet for the future! © Jan. 12, 1944; KK 

32963. 



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1402 



You're not the only one, etc. ©Dec. 14, 1943; 
KK 22692. 

InterwoTen stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

1349-1352 
For men's socks: 

Christmas is coming! © Dec. 14, 1943; KK 
22705. 

Christmas is coming. Lest we forget. ©Dec. 
7, 1943; KK 22703. 

Give him Interwoven socks. © Dec. 13, 1943; 
KK 22704. 

Happy New Year from Interwoven. © Dec. 
21, 1943; KK 22706. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

1353-1356 
Ethlcon lock knot sutures. Surgical Nylon. For 
Nylon sutures. © Dec. 14, 1943; KK 22690. 
For sutures: 

Ethlcon suture futures no. V, Hospital air- 
craft carrier. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 22684. 

Ethicon suture futures no. VI, the architecture 
of tomorrow's hospital. © Dec. 2, 1943; KK 22687. 
Plastic sutures for cosmetic surgery. ©Dec. 
14, 1943: KK 22689. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 

1357-1359 
For steel: 

Iron ore mines, mothers of steel. © Dec. 31, 
1943; KK 22901. 

Laimdered coal improves steel. © Jan. 27, 
1944; KK 23042. 

Steel, spearhead of invasion. © Dec. 2, 1943; 
KK 22897. 

Joseph salon shoes, Chicago. 1360-1365 

Boots. For snow boots. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
23099. 

For shoe and bag: 

Samba sandals. © Sept. 19, 1943; KK 23098. 
Skippies. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23101. 
For shoes: 

Lo-heels. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23100. 
Notfes to a Christmas angel. © Dec. 19, 1943; 
KK 23102. 

Pinafore scan«)s. © Sept. 12, 1943; KK 23097. 

Kaywoodie co.. New York. 1366 

I smoke a Kaywoodie. For pipe. © Dec. 8, 1943; 
KK 22512. 

Kellogg Oohn L.) & co., South Elgin, HI. 1367, 1368 
For instant coffee: 

Frozen flavor. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 22565. 
Just the thing for cold winter mornings. © 
Dec. 27, 1943; KK 22566. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 1369 

Bigger, better breakfasts. For cereals. © Nov. 
17, 1943; KK 23015. 

Klein's sporting goods, Chicago. 1370 

Gun girl. For sporting goods. © Dec. 16, 1943; 
KK 22562. 

Konformax div. Permatex co., inc. Ss§ Permatex 
CO., inc. Konformax div. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

1371-1381 



Big packages, etc. For disinfectant and tooth 
paste. © Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22833. 
For cosmetics: 

Hinds users will love this wonderful new 
face cream. © Dec. 26, 1943; KK 22991. 

Love came to the lieutenant. © Jan. 1, 1944; 
KK 22713. 

My work isn't slowed down by absentee hands ! 
© Jan. 25, 1944; KK 22994. 

Newl Hinds complete facial. © Jan. 23, 1944; 
KK 22993. 

This Hinds complete facial. © Jan. 16, 1944; 
KK 22992. 

For disinfectant: 

New research proves Lysol kills flu bug. © 
Jan. 20, 1944; KK 22869. 

Plan your own, etc. © Jan. 1, 1944: KK 22857. 

We've all gotta keep in fighting trim! © Jan. 
20, 1944; KK 23077. 
For hand lotion: 

1944 money-maker in hand lotions. © Jan. 
17, 1944; KK 22849. 

These soft white hands keep the home fires 
burning. © Jan. 11, 1944; KK 22824. 

Liberty motors & engineering corp., Baltimore. 

1382 
Fifth freedom. For aircraft service tools and 
test equipment. © Dec. 21, 1943; KK 23078. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 1383-1387 
For alcoholic beverage: 

Miss Rheingold 1944! © Nov. 28, 1943; KK 
22884. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! says 
Miss Rheingold 1943. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 22882. 

Our beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! say 
William Gaxton and Victor Moore. © Nov. 4, 1943; 
KK 22881. 

Season's greetings. © Nov. 25, 1943; KK 
22883. 

When the curtain goes \xp again, etc. © Sept. 
11, 1943; KK 22880. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 1388-1399 
First across with pipe smokers. For pipe to- 
baccc. © Jan. 15, 1944; KK 22861. 
For cigarettes: 

Chesterfield's winning five. © Jan. 20, 1944; 
KK 22912. 

5 key words, etc. © Jan. 13, 1944; KK 22859. 

5 key words say it all. Soldier and sailor. 
© Jan. 27, 1944; KK 23024. 

Happy New Year, etc. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 
22730. 

Happy New Year, happy smoking. Joan Caul- 
field. © Dec. 24, 1943; KK 22557. 

Like manna from heaven. © Jan. 9, 1944; KK 
22694. 

Pleasure among friends, etc. © Dec. 17, 
1943; KK 22556. 

Report to the American medical profession. 
© Jan. 7, 1944; KK 22731. 

She knows I'm choosey. © Jan. 15, 1944; KK 
22860. 

Winning with pleasure. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 
22968. 

With the boys, it's Chesterfield. €> Jan. 7, 
1944; KK 22872. 



Limestone products corp. of America, Newton, N. J. 

1400-1402 



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For calcite crystals and calcite flour: 

Lime crest calcite is the answer to the hen's 

chief mineral need for eggs. © July 23, 1943; KK 

22853. 

Plenty of calcium for shell making. © Sept. 

30, 1943; KK 22854. 

They did it for his, they'll do it for yours. © 

Nov. 11, 1943; KK 22865. 

Long (W. E.) CO., Chicago. 1403 

Know your America! For radio scripts, © Oct. 
4, 1943; KK 22737. 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 1404 

I use Dura-gloss. For nail polish. © Jan. 14, 
1944; KK 22947. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, 111. 1405 

It's got to be ready by Christmas! For automatic 
electric toasters. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22946. 

Macy (R. H.) & co., inc., New York. 1406 

Fine wines and liquors. For wines and liquors. 
© Aug. 10, 1940; KK 22758. 

Marshall (C. & E.) co., Chicago. 1407 

While our stock lasts. For jewelers' supplies. 
© Jan. 15, 1944; KK 23030. 

Mas (George) Washii^ton. 1408 

New! Excell fibrous sealing caps. For fibrous 
sealing caps. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 22948. 

Masonite corp., Chicago. 1409-1420 

For building material: 

As the tree is bent. ©Nov. 5, 1943; KK 22957. 

Easy to build, tough to beat! © Aug. 20, 1943; 
KK 22951. 

Give your pigs a better chance with a Presd- 
wood hog house. © June 20, 1943; KK 22949. 

Magic? Or logic? © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 22955. 

Magic? Or logic? © Nov. 16, 1943; KK 22960. 

Story of a 9-year bath. © Oct. 20, 1943; KK 
22956. 

We plant trees, and harvest Presdwoods! '© 
Sept. 17, 1943; KK 22954. 

For building material, die stock: 

Another use for Masonite die stock. © Nov. 
11, 1943; KK 22959. 

Masonite die stock. © Sept. 16, 1943; KK 
22953. 

For building material, reflector board: 

Keeping the lights of liberty burning. © Sept. 
14, 1943; KK 22952. 

These lights reflect industry's will to win. © 
Nov. 8, 1943; KK 22958. 

Throwing more light on the world's biggest 
job. © July 23, 1943; KK 22950. 

Mayans, San Antonio. 1421 

You should just see the lovely library we got 
from the Mayans. For books. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 
22722. 

Meehanite metal corp., New Rochelle, N. Y. 1422 
Suggested specifications for sands. For molding 
sands, coating, binders and metallurgical formulae. 
© Nov. 1, 1943; KK 22873. 

Merrlam (G. & C.) co., Sprii^ield, Mass. 1423 
Circle and monogram. For dictionaries. © 
Jan. 5, 1944; KK 2297' 



Metalllzli^ engineering co.. Inc., Long Island City, 
N. Y. 1424 

Metcollzlng protects metal against heat oxida- 
tion. For metallizing guns. © Jan. 15, 1944; KK 
22998. 

Mock, Judson, Voehrlnger co., Inc., Long Island 
City, N. Y. ^ 1425 

Mojud, that's all you need know about stockings. 

For ladles hosiery. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23025. 

Moog piston rii^ co., St. Louis. 1426 

Are you giving your customers' motors full 

power? For piston rli^s. © Dec. 5, 1943; KK 
22563. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 1427-1429 

For Duo-therm heaters: 

How to pick a winner! © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 
22887. 

How to pick a winner! © Dec. 20, 1943; KK 
22888. 

Put your family In this photo now. © Nov. 
15, 1943; KK 22886. 

Movado watch agency, Inc., New York. 1430, 1431 
For Movado watches: 

Because of the demand for the Movado man's 
calendar watch, etc. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 23027. 

Movado winners of 165 observatory awards, 
etc. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 23026. 

National gypsum co., Buffalo. 1432 

Gold Bond Sunflex Deluxe. For washable wall 
paint. © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 23031. 

National Ideal co., Toledo. 1433 

Premier streamlined brooder house. For 
brooder houses. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22821. 

National turf syndicate, Los Angeles. 1434 

How Trackman's ratings pick winners. For 
Trackman's ratlins folio. © Nov. 27, 1943; KK 
23057. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 1435 

Thank you. For towels, gauze and toilet tissue. 
© Nov. 5, 1943; KK 22885. 

Norton Lasler co., Chicago. 1436 

Doors of the future, etc. For door closers. © 
Jan. 20, 1944; KK 22974. 

Nuodex products co.. Inc., Elizabeth, N. J. 1437 
Nuodex RP-268. For mildew and rot-proofing 
agents. © Nov. 15, 1943: KK 22764. 

Ortho products. Inc., Linden, N. J. 1438-1442 

For vaginal jelly: 

Bride wore, etc. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22686. 

Enchanted ring, etc. © Dec. 8, 1943; KK 
22688. 

From mother to daughter, etc. © Nov. 4, 
1943; KK 22685. 

Mill at midnight, etc. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22691. 

Puff of smoke. For vaginal jelly, creme and 
diaphragms. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 22683. 

Overhead door Corp., Hartford City, Ind. 1443, 1444 
For garage doors: 

Doors for now and tomorrow. © Feb. 1, 1944; 
KK 23076. 

1944. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 



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no. 1, 1944 



1498 



Paraffine cos., Inc., San Francisco. 1445 

Home-owner's primer for laying Pabco soil- 
sealed linoleum and stainless slieen floor coverings. 
For linoleum and floor coverings. © Mar. 29, 
1943; KK 22549. 

Parfums Ciro, inc.. New York. 1446-1451 

For perfume: 

Danger. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 22984. 

Four ways to say, remember me I © Dec. 1, 
1943; KK 22989. 

New horizons. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22988. 

Reflexions. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22987. 

Surrender. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 22985. 

There's no escape from it! © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 22986. 

Pariot (George) inc.. New York. 1452 

Promise for 1944. For floor checks. © Jan. 11, 
1944; KK 23059. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 1453-1457 

For fountain pen ink: 

Please do not waste a single drop. © Dec. 
5, 1943; KK 23014. 

Shortage of pens is increasing! © Oct. 15, 
1943; KK 23010. 

Shortage of pens is increasing. © Nov. 1, 
1943; KK 23012. 

Why be caught by the pen shortage? © Nov. 
3, 1943; KK 23011. 

Until some brighter Christmas, this gift may 
have to wait! For Parker 51 fountain pen. © Dec. 
3, 1943; KK 23013. 



Peace light co., New York. 1458 

Peace light. For votive light. © Nov. 3, 1943; 
KK 22755. 



Permatex co., inc., Konformax dlv. , Brooklyn. 1459 
Techniques for practical full lower and upper 
dentures. For impression material. © Jan. 31, 
1944; KK 23092. 



Pet dairy products co., Johnson City, Tenn. 

1460-1482 
For ice cream: 

Almond toffee, P-82. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22807. 

Ambrosia, P-77. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22802. 

Another truck load of Brown Mules, P-68. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22793. 

Black cherry, P-74. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22799. 

But there's a big load of ice cream, P-69. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22794. 

Butterscotch sundae, P-81. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
KK 22806. 

Chocolate fudge, P-80. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22805. 

Coconut pineapple, P -79. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
KK 22804. 

Eat Pet ice cream, a health food, P-67. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22792. 

Enjoy Pet ice cream, a health food, P-65. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22789. 

Enjoy Pet ice cream, health food, P-66. © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22791. 

French vanilla, P -83. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22808. 



If at first you don't succeed, etc., P-70. © 
Dec. 15, 1943, KK 22795. 

Lemon chiffon, P-76. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22801. 

Maple pecan, P-63-A. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22787. 

Orange -pineapple sherbet, P-64. © Dec. 15, 
1943; KK 22788. 

Peach, P-75. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22800. 

Raspberry melba, P-65-A. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
KK 22790. 

Scarcer 'n hen's teeth, etc., P-72. © Dec. 15, 
1943" KK 22797. 

' Sher-bar, P-84. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22809. 

SmUe, smile, smile, P-73. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
KK 22798. 

Sorry, we don't have as much icecream, etc., 
P-78, © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22803. 

Urry 'erbert, get out some sherbet, P-71, © 
Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22796. 

Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 1483 

Put your money in the sock. For electrical 
instruments and parts. © Jan. 7, 1944; KK 22832. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 1484-1488 
For flour: 

How to rouse a man's interest in breakfast. 
© Nov. 6, 1942; KK 22775. 

It's that different, delicious flavor of Pills - 
bury's 4 Kernels that makes pancakes such favor- 
ites. © Sept. 11, 1942; KK 22774. 

Main dish for 8 at 7^ or less per serving, © 
Apr. 25, 1942; KK 22769. 

Soft as the first breath of spring. © Mar. 27, 
1942; KK 22770. 

What's mom doin' now with my farina? © 
Oct. 20, 1943; KK 22776. 

Press-on, inc., New York. 1489-1492 

For adhesive mending tape: 

Hi gals. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22724. 

Make it do, make it new. © Jan. 15, 1944; KK 
23044. 

Make it do with Press -on mending tape. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23079. 

Mend as you iron with Press -on. © Nov. 15, 
1943; KK 22538. 



Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See California fruitgrowers exchange. Products 
dept. 

Pullman-Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 1493 

And when the pie was opened, etc. For railroad 
equipment. © Dec. 18, 1943; KK 22662. 

Queens vacuum cleaner co., West New York, N. J. 

1494-1498 
For vacuum cleaners: 

Buy now, while there are no restrictions, etc. 
© Aug. 12, 1943; KK 22518. 

Compare I Not only the price, but the work- 
manship, etc. © Aug. 12, 1943; KK 22520. 

Defend your home against dust and dirt, etc. 
© Aug. 12, 1943; KK 22519. 

We hate to boast but here's a buy. © July 23, 
1943; KK 22517. 

2 day sale vacuum cleaner parts. For vacuum 
cleaner parts. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 22521. 



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pt. IV, n. s., ▼. 59 



Ramsey (Charles K.) Snyder, N. Y. & Edwards (B. 
O.) Buffalo, 1499 

No minors served. For malt beverages and 

liquors. © Dec. 21, 1943; KK 22569. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis. 

1500, 1501 
For piston rings: 

Do the job right! © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22867. 
Parallelism approaching gage block precision! 
© Jan. 1, 1944; KK 23058. 

Reinstein (A. L) & son, New York. 1502 

Furs of the world. For furs. ® Jan. 2, 1944; 
KK 23032. 

Revlon products Corp., New York. 1503 

All wear Revlon nail enamel. For nail enamel, 
lipstick, face powder. © Nov. 25, 1943; KK 23028. 

Rotary lift CO., Memphis, Tenn. 1504 

Designed for lifting by Rotary. For oildraulic 
elevators, levelators, and auto lifts. © Dec. 28, 
1943; KK 22772. 

Royal Crown of Boston, inc., Boston. 1505 

Royal Crown of Boston, inc. For soft drink, Roy- 
al Crown cola. © Oct. 14, 1940; KK 23035. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 1506, 1507 
For typewriters: 

Say, what kind of an eye prescription is this? 
© Nov. 19, 1943; KK 22889. 

Tale of the tjrpewriter that talked back. © 
Oct. 22, 1943; KK 22850. 

Saks & CO., New York. 1508 

Very Saks Fifth Avenue today, as always. For 
general merchandise. © Nov. 14, 1943; KK 22852. 

Sanaderm co., Jersey City. 1509-1511 

For cold tablets: 

Co-vax tablets can protect you from flu this 
winter, etc. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22730. 

Co-vax vaccine tablets can keep you from 
catching flu. © Dec. 21, 1943; KK 22734. 

New vaccine tablet keeps you from catching 
cold, etc. © Dec. 9, 1943; KK 22735. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 1512, 1513 

Dr. Scholl's Laminex arch supports. For plas- 
tic supports for painful, aching feet or fallen arch- 
es. © Dec. 28, 1943; KK 22714. 

How to fit Dr. Scholl's Laminex arch supports 
to the foot and the shoe. For appliances for weak 
feet and fallen arches, © Dec. 17, 1943; KK 22715. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 1514, 1515 
For piston rings: 

Power to produce is the power to win. © Jan. 
25, 1944; KK 23001. 

War and women and piston rings. © Jan. 11, 
1944; KK 22900. 

Season Skipper corp., Chicago. 1516 

Oi\e-and-only Season Skipper, two complete coats 
in one. For ladies' coats. © Dec. 27, 1943: KK 
22564. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 1517-1521 
For shoes: 

Do your Xmas shopping early! © Oct. 29. 

1943; KK 22540. ' 



Perfect Christmas gifti © Nov. 29, 1943; KK 
22543. 

Proud moment! © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 22541. 

Witchcraft. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 22542. 
Send it V pp.^il. For women's shoes. © Jan. 21, 
1944; KK 23091. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 1522-1528 

For soft drink: 

Fresh up, keep goin' strong! © Dec. 24, 1943; 
KK 23017. 

Fresh up, that's Seven-up. © Dec. 29, 1943; 
KK 23018. 

Fresh up, that's Seven-up. © Jan. 6, 1944; 
KK 22756. 

Fresh up, that's Seven-up! © Jan. 14, 1944; 
KK 22895. 

Fresh up, that's Seven-up! © Jan. 20, 1944; 
KK 22944. 

Fresh up, that's Seven-up! Millions of Ameri- 
cans know, etc. © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 22945. 

Get that fresh up! © Nov. 26, 1943; KK 23016, 

Silver products mfg. CO., Kansas City, Mo. 

1529, 1530 

Big chief says, etc. For coin silver products. 
© Oct. 15, 1943; KK 22908. 

Silver products coin silver and turquoise jewelry. 
For coin silver and turquoise jewelry. © Sept. 17, 
1943; KK 22907. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 1531, 1532 
Suturing now a science as well as an art. For 

Singer surgical stitching instrument. © Jan. 1, 

1944; KK 23075. 

What have Singer sewing machines to do with 

this picture? For sewing machines. © Jan. 20, 

1944; KK 23074. 

Singer sewing machine co., New York. 1533-1535 
For sewing machines: 

Singer contlnua as suas ordenst © Oct. 15, 
1943; KK 22616. 

Singer continuara sirviendo al publico. © 
Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22617. 

Singer siempre a sus ordenes. For Singer oil, 
needles and parts. © June 15, 1943; KK 23089. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 1536 

No! Miss Swann, you can't turn on a hearing aid 

like a radio! For hearing aid. © Jan. 21, 1943; 

KK 22939. 

• 

Sperti, inc., Norwood, O. 1537 

Did I stare, darling? For cosmetics. © Jan. 5, 
1944; KK 23007. 

Standard blouse, inc.. New York. 1538 

Miss March, a bright-white blouse. For ladies 
blouse. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 22896. 

Stern (Max) New York. 1539 

Mechanical ingot. For metal scrap ingot. © 
Dec. 24, 1943; KK 22567. 

Stromberg -Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 

1540, 1541 
For radios: 

Privatie Perkins has some private plans. © 
Dec. 25, 1943; KK 22812. 

Silent night, holy night, all is calm, etc. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; KK 22811. 



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1574 



Studebaker Corp., South Bend, Ind. 1542, 1543 

For airplane engines and military trucks: 

But Berlin is a sea of flames. © Jan, 13, 
1944; KK 22786. 

Studebaker craftsmen build engines for this 
latest model Flying Fortress. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 
23040. 

Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 1544 

Simplify your Santa Clausing with Sugar and 

Spice, $1.00, For ties, © Dec. 2, 1943; KK 22673, 

Surgical mechanical research, Los Angeles. 1545 
8MR ear stopper. For ear stopper. © Oct. 6, 
1943; KK 22822. 

Switlik parachute co., Trenton, N. J. 1546 

One mile down to Christmas. For parachutes. 
© Nov. 25, 1943; KK 23046. 

Timber engineering co., Washington. 1547 

Announcing the Teco-lock dowel system of wood 
fastening. For lock tools, lock wedges, lock tree- 
nails and hidden dowels. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 
22964. 

Timely games co., Cleveland. 1548 

Two ways of invasion for home strategists. For 
games. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22990. 

Trautman (Ray) Minneapolis, 1549 

Self adjusting above knee suspender. Comfort 
truss and Sacro-lllac belt. For suspender truss 
and belt. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22784. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 1550, 1551 

Adequate light means better work! For Interior 

paint, © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22899. 

How to preserve your client's steel sash. For 

caulking. © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 22842. 

Trlmz CO,, Inc., Chicago. 1552 

New wallpaper miracle! For ready -pasted wall- 
paper. © Jan, 15, 1944; KK 22913. 

Two Timer, Inc, Chicago, 1553 

Two Timer, the coat that leads a double life. For 
ladles' coats. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 23041. 

United feature syndicate, Inc., New York, 1554 

Ll'l Abner, etc, meat shortage. For wheat 
breakfast food. © Dec, 31, 1943; KK 22785. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago, 1555 

Sheetrock laminated products, WB-76-A. For 
wallboard, © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 22969. 

Universal fountain pen & pencil co.. New York, 

1556, 1557 
For fountain pens: 

Universal Stylo-graph. © Aug, 5, 1943; KK 
22740, 

Universal V-100, © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22739. 



Upjohn CO., Kalamazoo, Mich. 1558-1560 

Unlcap vitamins, nos. 1-3. For vitamin capsules. 
© Sept. 23, 1943; KK 23067-23069. 

Vlctaullc CO. of America, New York. 1561 

There's only one name for all these advantages. 
For pipe couplings and fittings. © Jan. 11, 1944; 
KK 22996. 

Vlnco Corp., Detroit. 1562, 1563 

For precision Instruments: 

Berlin radio went off the air! © Jan. 14, 
1944; KK 22940. 

Last month when lights went on again, etc. © 
Dec. 24, 1943; KK 22752. 

Waterloo register co., Waterloo, la. 1564 

Zeph-o-cone alr-termlnal dlffusers. For Zeph- 
o-cones. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22904. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 1565 

You need a toothbrush every day, you need the 

best. For toothbrush, © Nov. 18, 1943; KK 23019. 

Wella Corp., New York. 1566 

As told In Vogue. For hair conditioner. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; KK 23056. 

Wembley, Inc, New Orleans. 1567 

On Malta too, etc. For neck ties. © Dec. 1, 
1943; KK 22532. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 

CO. dlv.. New Haven, 1568-1571 

For flashlight batteries: 

Sowing 9,694,745 advertising seeds for your 
postwar harvest, © Dec, 1, 1943; KK 22561, 

Winchester batteries give bullet-fast light 
right on the mark, Polynesian scene, © Jan, 24, 
1944; KK 23084, 

Hell-bent for victory. Mountain trooper and 
dogsled team. For ammunition. © Jan, 5, 1944; 
KK 22909, 

Winchester radiator tubes help keep Hellcats 
cool for hot pilots. For radiator tubes, © Nov, 
25, 1943; KK 22848. 

Wllk (Edward D.) Elmwood Park, III. 1572 

Local business man retires because of lost 
hearing. For booklet entitled He who hath ears let 
him hear. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 23029, 

Williams (J. H.) & co., Buffalo, 1573 

How and why of Williams drop-forged tools. 
Data sheet F. For drop-forglngs and drop-forged 
tools. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 22871. 

Winchester repeating arms co, dlv. Western cart- 
ridge CO, See Western cartridge co. Winchester 
repeating arms co, dlv. 

Young (Nora M.) Memphis, Tenn. 1574 

Tony Termite. For dolls. © Dec. 22, 1943; KK 
23050. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints Included In the Catalog since Jan, 1, 1944- 



447 



LABELS 



Aldens Chicago mail order co., Chicago. 1575 

Aldens Chicago mall order company, AlOOAB, 

AlOOB. For shoe boxes. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 22702. 

Allen (Paul E.) Skokle, 111. 1576-1578 

Dr. Allen's Baby's Pal Button Buddy. For But- 
ton Buddy toys. © Nov, 15, 1943; KK 22528. 

Dr. Allen's Baby's Pal, jr. blanket fasteners. 
For blanket fastener. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22526. 

Dr. Allen's Baby's Pal rattle. For rattles. © 
Nov. 15, 1943; KK 22527. 

Alliance game co., Chicago. 1579 

Aim and fire. For game, score sheets. ® July 
21, 1943; KK 22983. 

American pop corn co., Sioux City, la. 1580, 1581 
For pop corn: 

Jolly Time pop corn. Giant yellow hulless. 
© June 1, 1943; KK 22535. 

Jolly Time pop corn. White hulless. © June 
1, 1943; KK 22536. 

Barker, Moore & Mein Co., Philadelphia. 1582 

Barker's poultry powder. A mineral, appetizer 
and conditioner. For mineral, appetizer and condi- 
tioner for poultry. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 22962. 

Beau Monde, Bronx, N. Y. 1583 

Forelevenfortefore, 4-11-44. For game, adult. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; KK 23009. 

Beautykote Corp., Newark, N. J. 1584, 1585 

Beauty-tone wall finish. For paint, wall finish. 

© May 5, 1943; KK 22547. 

Beautykote enamel. For enamel. © Dec. 15, 

1941; KK 22548. 

Berke cake co., inc., Brooklyn, 1586 

American fruit cake. For fruit cake. © Oct. 4, 
1943; KK 23066. 

Berry (Jack Erwin) Highland Park, Mich, 1587 

Vita-wheat. For baked goods. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
KK 23008. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 1588 

Jewel box. For shoe box label. ©Dec. 23, 1943; 
KK 23053. 

Bridge (George) South Plainfield, N. J. 1589 

Bridge Jif-nik. For hingeless stamp mount. © 
Jan. 4, 1944; KK 22773. 

Chicago mail order co., Chicago. 1590 

Aldens Chicago mail order company. For wear- 
ing apparel. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 23073. 

Climalene co,, Canton, O, 1591-1597 

Bowlene, For disii^ectant and deodorizing com- 
pounds, © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 22894. 

Savex, the soapless sudser, 1-5. For washing 
powder. © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 23103-2310T. 

Softo. For water softenii^ compounds, © Dec, 
30, 1943; KK 23072. 



Curtis (David) New York. 1598 

Ascorbesin, Vitasin ethyl. For surface anes- 
thetic. © Jan. 8, 1944; KK 22838. 

Dahir (James) New York. 1599 

Stik-on set. For set of decalcomania prints. 
© Dec, 11, 1943; KK 22509. 

Easi-bild pattern co., Pleasantvllle, N. Y. 

1600-1602 

Automatic clown wheel toy, 47. For full size 
paper pattern. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23022. 

Weathervane bird feeder. For full size pattern. 
© Feb. 20, 1943; KK 23021. 

Westchester poultry house. For paper pattern. 
© Feb. 20, 1943; KK 23020, 

Everson (Franklin E.) New York. 1603 

Ad soap-saver and water-softener. For water- 
softener. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 23070. 

Felspar wax co. See Rice (Dorman Ost) d.b.a. Fels- 
par wax CO. 

Fischer (Phil) co., Chicago. 1604 

Fischer's Cola-mint. For chewing gum. © 
July 7, 1943; KK 22855. 

Frank's flavoring co., Philadelphia. 1605 

Frank's. For carbonated beverages, soft drinks. 
© Sept. 20, 1943; KK 22669. 

Fry (B. L.) products co., St Louis, 1606 

Jack pot. Red hot two-way game. For game. 
© Nov. 26, 1943; KK 22934. 

Gardner (Clark E.) Osage, la. 1607 

Happy tumbling blocks. For building blocks. 
© Oct, 1, 1943; KK 22537. 

Gilbert (A. C.) co.. New Haven. 1608 

Gilbert Kiddikins of Kiddikin-land, For a wood 

construction toy for buildii^ figures. © Apr. 13, 
1943; KK 22729. 

Giovannini (Ferruccio) Chicago. 1609, 1610 

For Torrone almond candy: 

Tor rone almond candy box. ® Nov. 9, 1943; 
KK 22827. 

Torrone Finissimo almond candy [box] © Nov. 
9, 1943; KK 22826. 

Gorton (Slade) co,, Chicago. 1611 

Icybay Fish Fryer. For edible fish product, 
© Sept. 15, 1942; KK 22753. 

Goserud (Chester O.) St. Paul. 1612 

High-command. For table game. © Sept. 21, 
1943; KK 22546. 

Griffith (Mrs, Homer) d,b.a. Irene Wigton co,, Hol- 
lywood, Calif, 1613 
Irene Wigton's champagne bubble bath. For 

bubble bath. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 22708. 

Hale-Nass co.. New York. 16l4 

[Army-navy phone set] For toys. © Aug. 24, 1943; 
KK 22644. 



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no. 1, 1944 



1649 



Heller co., Cleveland. 1615 

Surecllnch Heller staples. For stales. © Dec. 
6, 1943; KK 22742. 

Hix (Parker E.) Houston. 1616 

Hix magic powder. For medication powder. © 
Jan. 14, 1944; KK 22966. 

Holiingshead (R. M.) Corp., Camden, N. J. 1617 

Whiz. For skin protector. © Dec. 6, 1943; KK 
22733. 

Hygiene shower curtain mfg. co., New York. 1618 
Mayflower shower curtain. For shower curtains. 
© June 15, 1943; KK 23023. 

Industrial solvents, inc., Chicago. 1619 

Sure shot. For fire extinguishing fluid. ©Dec. 
20, 1943; KK 22555. 

Jarrell (Rosa M.) Taft, Calif. 1620 

Jitter jewelry. For autographed jewelry. © Dec. 
31, 1943; KK 22695. 

K & R fruit products, inc., Upland, Calif. 1621 

Vita-pak. For blended grapefruit and orange 
juice. © Oct. .1, 1941; KK 22893. 

Kalep (Elvy) Jersey City. 1622 

Para-commandos. For toy parachutes. © Mar. 
5, 1943; KK 22711. 

Kellogg (John L.) & co., South Elgin, III. 1623 

Frozen flavor all-coffee. For instant coffee. 
© Dec. 27, 1943; KK 22652. 

Krambo food stores, inc., Oshkosh, Wis. 1624 

Sambo. For flour. © Dec. 10, 1943; KK 22553. 

Lafferty (William H.) Toledo. 1625 

Rations. For game. © Dec. 10, 1943; KK 22716 

Lleber (Charles A.) St. Louis. 1626 

Lieber's log-grates. For device for holding logs 
in open fireplaces. © Dec. 30, 1943; KK 22965. 

Life candies, Boston. 1627 

Life candles portrait package. For chocolates 
and bonbons. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23047. 

Limestone products corp.of America, Newton, N. J. 

1628 
Shell producer. Calcite crystals. For chicken 
feed. © Dec. 21, 1943; KK 22524. 

Lyons (H. L.) Pompano, Fla. 1629 

Lyons Giro. For vegetable label including beans, 
pepper, tomatoes, squash, and all vegetables, both 
canned and fresh. Also fruit juices. © Apr. 1, 1937; 
KK 22759. 

Martyn (George Edward) Minneapolis. 1630 

Game of Think. For game of Think lettered cubes. 
© Sept. 28, 1943; KK 22653. 

Miami pharmacal co., Miami Beach, Fla. 1631 

Jamaica lotion. For external preparation for 
body vermin. © Dec. 28, 1943; KK 22696. 

Montgomery (William) co., Philadelphia. 1632 

Sweet home deodorant. For liquid deodorant. 
© Jan. 7, 1944; KK 22675. 

No-flame chemical Corp., Los Angeles. 1633 

Flame-out. For fire extinguisher and dust re- 
tardant. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 22970. 



Ohio brewery, inc., Columbus, O. 1634 

Blue Book, a premium beer by master brewer. 
For malt beverages and liquor, © Aug. 11, 1943; 
KK 22531. 

Pauze (Zotique Guilmore) d.b.a. Pauze products 
CO., Los Angeles. 1635 

Pauze Posey Hansope. For soap powder. © 

June 15, 1943; KK 22510. 

Pauze products. CO. See Pauze (Zotique Guilmore) 
d.b.a. Pauze products co. 

Peace light co., New York. 1636 

Peace light. For votive light, © Oct. 11, 1943; 
KK 22530. 

Perper (Kay) Woodside, L. I., N. Y. 1637 

Francine, the 2-faced doll. For doll pattern. © 
Nov. 22, 1943; KK 22744. 

Ponte (Ralph) Philadelphia. 1638 

Miracle wash. For household cleaner, disinfec- 
tant and bleach. © June 13, 1936; KK 22672. 

Powers products, Chicago. 1639 

Powers Venetian blind magic cleaner. For 
cleaning compound. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 22721. 

Rice (Dorman Ost) d.b.a. Felspar wax co., Port- 
land, Or. 1640 
Fel-spar car wax. For automobile wax. © Nov. 

6, 1941; KK 22911. 

Royal Crown of Boston, inc., Boston. 1641, 1642 
Royal de-alrated sparkling water. For carbon- 
ated water, © Dec. 2, 1940; KK 23033. 

Royal extra dry ginger ale. For ginger ale. © 
Dec. 2, 1940; KK 23034. 

Saalfield pub. co., Akron, O. 1643 

Realistic push-out models of U. S. planes, tank, 
jeep and gun. For activity material for juveniles. 
© Jan. 31, 1944; KK 23087. 

Scholl mfg, CO., inc., Chicago. 1644 

Dr. Scholl's Exerped. For roller to mass^e 
and exercise muscles and help Improve the circu- 
lation. © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 22866. 

Scotia CO. See Thomas (Scotia) d. b. a. Scotia co. 

Silver (Matilda) d. b. a. Suflx mig. co., Boston. 

1645 
Sufix utility pad. For utility pads. © Aug. 17, 
1943; KK 22727. 

Sufix mfg. CO. See Silver (Matilda) d. b. a. Sufix 
mfg. CO. 

Thomas (Scotia) d. b. a. Scotia co.. East St. Louis, 
111. ^ 1646 

Scotia's beauty aids. For cosmetic products. 

© Dec. 29, 1943; KK 22997. 



Vita-king famous health products co., Detroit. 1647 
Vita-king. For food products and ingredients 
of same. © Sept. 7, 1943; KK 22554. 

Vlta-var corp., Newark, N. J. 1648, 1649 

Surfalux wall finish. For paint, wall finish. © 
May 31, 1943; KK 22534. 



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Vita-lux enamel. For paint. © Dec. 28, 1941; 
KK 22533. 

WNOX, Knoxville, Tenn. 1650 

WNOX Star cards. For playing cards for child- 
ren. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 22745. 

Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

1651 
Whitman's Fairhill. For candy. © Dec. 21, 
1943; KK 22525. 

Whitman pub. co., Racine, Wis. 1652-1654 

For airplane model: 

ACE model kit. Curtiss P-40D, 3867. © July 
6, 1943; KK 22829. 

ACE model kit. Spitfire in English pursuit, 
3868. © July 6, 1943; KK 22828. 



Flying model airplane, Grumman Avenger 
TBF-1. © May 7, 1943; KK 22830. 

Wigton (Irene) co. See Griffith (Mrs. Homer) d.b.a. 
Irene Wigton co. 

Wildman (A. J.) & son, Brooklyn. 1655-1659 

For cut-out toy furniture sets: 

Dolly's furniture. Bedroom set, case A. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; KK 22654. 

Dolly's furniture. Breakfast set, case C, © 
Jan. 3, 1944; KK 22656. 

Dolly's furniture, Cradle set, case E. © Jaiu 
3, 1944; KK 22658. 

Dolly's furniture. Dinette set, case B. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; KK 22655. 

Dolly's furniture. Kitchen set, case D. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; KK 22657. 



Number of entries of Labels Included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



85 



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THE LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONOBESS 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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 
NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 
No. 2 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued quarterly, but now 
issued monthly, is arranged as follows: 

L 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 copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different, 

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

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows; "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions ofa workof 
art; "l," 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 prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication.. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright- registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right 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, Washington, D. C, 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, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 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 determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
Insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, Inclusive, 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 copyright ii requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for Identifying works of art may not be 
returned. No m^s 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. 



Allan (Jan)* 1660-1668 

Baby girl, 311, - Boy on piilov/, 313. - Boy with 
beads, 31. - Boy with pony, 153. - English bulldog 
puppy, 198F, 198M, 198T. - Kid, 249. -Quail, 210. 
© Jan. 15, 1944; G 42819-42826, 42836. 

Augsburg pub. house. 1669 

Gardner (Margaret): 

Christ the Lord is risen today. © 1 c. Mar. 
3, 1944; G 42989. 

Bellsey (Dave) co., inc. 1670 

Elsen (Henry): 

This is New York. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1944; G 
42966. 

Boessenecker (J. Henri) 1671 

Boessenecker (Henri [i. e. J. H.]): 

Service to youth that youth may better serve. 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1944; G 42960. 

Bryant (Gordon H.)* 1672 

Helping hand of the humanitarian seal. © 1 c. 
Jan. 14, 1944; G 42853. 

Campos (Florencio Molina)* 1673-1678 

Chacho. - Chuzo. - Mama. - Mandinga. - Os- 
trich. - Tata. © 1 c. each Jan. 14, 1944; G 42897- 
42902. 

Cleave (Florajean)* 1679-1682 

Chinese: 

Boy. - GirL © 1 c. each Jan. 21, 1944; G 
42994, 42995. 
Swiss: 

Boy. - Girl. © 1 c. each Mar. 7, 1944; G 
42992, 42993. 

Collver (Ethel Blanchard)* 1683 

Of war and peace. © 1 c. Feb. 15, 1944; G 
42911. 

Cook, Watkins & Patch, Inc. 1684-1691 

Cassani (John) Memorials: 

Pulaski, 2359. - Shirley, 2358. © Feb. 1, 
1944; G 42936, 42938. 

Peterson (E. R.) design service. Memorials: 
Callahan, 2331. - Cizsek, 2361. - Ledward, 
2330. - Newbern, 2360. © Feb. 1, 1944; G 42933, 
42937, 42939, 42940. 

Small (Janet Sherburne) Memorials: 

Brierley, 2357. - Thresher, 2356. © Feb. 1, 
1944; G 42934, 42935. 

Cross bros. co. 1692-1710 

Kastrup (Carl) Paramount memorials: 

Bailey, 5763. - Brlggs, 5769. - Graham, 
5774. - Halley, 5771. - Harvey, 5766. - Heath, 
5765. - Holmes, 5775. - McDonald, 5776. -Nelson, 
5780. -Potter, 5767. -Reynolds, 5777. -Spencer, 
5773, 5779. - Strom, 5768. - Stuart, 5764. - War- 
ner, 5770. - Watson, 5778. - Weber, 5772. © Feb. 
16, 1944; G 42914, 42916-42932. 



Politi (Emillo E.) 

Pagano Paramount memorial, 5761. © Feb. 
16, 1943; G 42915. 

Dallmann (Otto Georg)* 1711 

Holy family. © Oct. 14, 1943; G 42895. 

Davis (Charles Price)* 1712 

Air forces. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1944; G 42838. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 1713-1753 

Afterglow. - Arizona sky. - At the pool. -Colo- 
rado River, near Granby, Colo. - Creek. -Desert 
at sundown. - Desert sky. - Forest raider. -Forty- 
niners. - Grand Canyon. - Grazing sheep. - InAri- 
zona. - In Monument Valley, Utah. - In Navajo land. 
- In New Mexico. - In the canyon. - Indian wood 
cutter, - Lonely sentinel. - Monolith, arches na- 
tiorial monument. - Navajo and his horses. -Nava- 
jo woman. - Navajos. - October. - On the beach. - 
Ranch in the valley. - Ranch on the prairie. - Road 
to the lake. - Shippin' time. - S^nal from the 
mesa. - Sioux Indians. - Starting for home. -Sun- 
down, New Mexico. - Where eagles soar. -Where 
shepherds tend their flocks. - William's Mountains 
at sundown. - Young shepherd. © 1 c. each Feb. 

18, 1944; G 42856-42891. 

Buffalo hunt. - Canyon riders. - Good hunting 
s^n. - To new huntii^ grounds. © 1 c. each Feb. 

19, 1944; G 42903-42906. 

Desert riders. © 1 c. Feb. 17, 1944; G 42765. 

De Rohan (Robert d'Harcourt)* 1754 

Hitler's end. © Feb. 18, 1944; G 42892. 

Dyer (Ann)* 1755-1760 

Beau Danube,' 343F, 343M. - Bolivia, 345F, 
345M. - Ecuador, 344F, 344M. © Jan. 15, 1944; G 
42827-42830, 42832, 42833. 

Faunce (Charles F.)* 1761 

Cape Cod cottage. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; G 42817. 

Friedman (Harry) inc. 1762, 1763 

Elsen (Henry): 

Create It yourself, with seafoam fascinators. 
-Seaioam fascinator Ideas. © 1 c. each Feb. 19, 
1944; G 42967, 42968. 

Hammaker bros. 1764 

Strlne (Paul R.): 

Skinner memorial. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; G 
42913. 

Hartwell (George K.) & Hartwell (Ruth W.)* 

1765-1768 
Statue of: 

Elephant. - Giraffe. - Llama. - Pony. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 9, 1944; G 42845-42848. 

Hunter (Warren)* 1769 

Bandera Pass. © 1 c. Feb. 24, 1944; G 42909. 



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1770 



pt. W, n. s.. V. 39 



International honor roll co. 1770 

Moskovitz (Harrj- S.): 

Second world war honor roll. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1944; G 42840. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 1771-1773 

Magistrls (Ugo): 

Memorial, 5023-5025. © May 23, 1940; G 
42949-42951. 

Kay (Herbert Allen)* 1774 

Bum's hotel. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1944; G 42894. 

Keene (Samuel I.) 1775 - 

Fay (Arthur E.): 

EZ triggers vs. The fog of tradition. © 1 c. 
Feb. 25, 1944; G 42953. 

Levine (Sonya)* 1776-1779 

Chick following rooster. - Cranes and herons on 
water scene. - Ducks swimming. - Water scene 
with ducks. © Dec. 27, 1943; G 42941-42944. 

MacKendrick (Lilian)* 1780 

Ballet dancers. © 1 c. Feb. 25, 1944; G 42912. 

MacNeil (Herman A.)* 1781 

Wings around the world. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1944; 
G 42954. 

Mandery (Alexander Joseph)* 1782 

You've got what it takes! Give now. © 1 c. Feb. 
5, 1944; G 42852. 

Mandy (E. Madge) & Rottacker (Manual)* 1783 

Carrie, Cannie & Kenny Kangaroo. © 1 c. Feb. 
14, 1944; G 42841. 

Muck (Pearl Ann)* ' 1784, 1785 

Little prayer maker. - Prayer time. © Nov. 23, 
1943; G 42907, 42908. 

Northway (William Charles)* 1786 

Moonlight episode in Tumbledown-Town. © Ic. 
Feb. 16, 1944; G 42850. 

Pendleton (Lorenz Marion) 1787 

Pendleton (Larry [i. e. L. M.]): 

Pendleton's Christ. © 1 c. Feb. 22, 1944; G 
42896. 

Plastic cartoons, inc. 1788-1792 

Lion (Henry): 

Alberto. - Bisco. - Enrique Martinez, -Pan- 
cho. - Rosita. © 1 c. each Jan, 31, 1944; G 42954- 
42958. 

Piotkin (Peter)* 1793 

White (Mrs .) Portrait. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1944; G 
42844. 



Ritter & Ritter. 
Ritter (Harry V.): 

Oklahoma. © 1 c. Feb. 2, 1944; G 42851 



1794 



Rubinstein (Molly)* 1795-1797 

Juliet, 36F. - Modern dancer centerpiece, 361. - 
Romeo, 364M. © Jan. 15, 1944; G 42831, 42834, 
42835. 

Runge (Clarence F.)* 1798 

Racing pigeons of America. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1944; G 42952. 



Schaller (Arthur H.)* 

Lord be Thou our guiding star. © 1 c. 
1944; G 42893. 

Schumann (Frank) sr.* 

Seasonal land, water or air scenes. © 
28, 1944; G 42855. 

Speranza (Alexander)* 

4 leaf clover chai-m 4 the 4th in 44. © 
9, 1943; G 42816. 

Stigl Qohn Peter)* 

Roman hvmter with his dog. © 1 c. 
1944; G 42959. 

Strater (Henry)* 

Storm along the Verde. © 1 c. Feb. 
42910. 



1799 
Feb. 19, 

1800 
1 c. Jan. 

1801 
1 c.Sept. 

1802 
Feb. 21, 

1803 
J, 1944; G 



1804 



Strauss -Butler enterprise. 
Clayton-Butler: 

Remember Pearl Harbor. © Jan. 2, 1942; G 
42981. 

Superba cravats, 1805 

Fields (Mitchell): 

Ranger. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; G 42842. 

Thieme (Anthony)* 1806-1824 

After the rain, 402. - Autumn foli^e, 229. - 
Blue door in fall, 452 A. - Bright light, 401 A. - 
Bright morning, 84. - Bright street, 85. -Calm 
morning, 296. - Countryside, 410. - Golden autunm. 
- Morning, 205. - Morning light, Gloucester. - Near 
Rockport, 381. - New England shore, 1 c. - New 
England town. - Pigeon Cove, 2c. - Roclcport, Main 
St., A 808. - South St. driveway, A 810. -Sunny 
street, B 10. - Village by the sea. © 1 c. each Mar. 
3, 1944; G 42969-42987. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 1825-1827 

Christ in glory, 225. - Madonna of the seas, 222. 

© 1 c. each Feb. 25, 1944; G 42946, 42947. 

Christ transfigured, 191. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1944; 

G 42948. 

Wagner (John P.) 1828 

Harrah Qune): 

Statue of German boxer dog.' © 1 c. Feb, 16, 
1944; G 42849, 



Western news bureau, 
Machamer (Jefferson): 
A. Sap's fables. © 
42843. 



1829 



1 c. Feb. 15, 1944; G 



William (Walter)* 1830 

Emblem. © 1 c. May 15, 1943; G 42839. 

Williams (Wheeler)* 1831 

Siesta on Olympus. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 1943; G 
42988. 

Withers (Aleck Bruce)* 1832 

Multiple unit house. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; G 
42837. 

Wolfe & Bflann device co, 1833 

Wells (— ) [i. e. Weiser (Madeleine Wells)]: 
Zebras. © 1 c, Feb. 22, 1944; G 42945. 

412 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



28 



I 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Aberman (Morris) 1834 

United States disabled war veterans. © Feb. '24, 
1944; K 55024. 

Air conditioning utilities co. 1835 

Fresh air intake stationary blades, liglit proof, 

non light proof, 526-B. © Aug. 28, 1943; I 33847. 

Albree (G. Norman) 1836 

Albree scarfer. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1944; I 33859. 

Allen (Alice Rowland) 1837 

Chart and puzzle for character building. © 1 c. 
Jan. 3, 1944; I 33882. 

American bank note co. 1838, 1839 

Maryland drydock company, center special V- 

84700. Laydown from V-77582. © Dec. 24, 1943; 

K 55159. 

Nederlandsch -Indie, special V-84014. © Mar. 

18, 1943; K 55158. 

American institute of publicity, inc. 1840 

With firmness in the right, etc. © Jan. 28, 1943; 
K 54888. 

American mutual liability insurance co. 1841-1843 
How does It feel? Said Mr. Friendly. © 1 c. 

Sept. 30, 1943; K 54975. 

Suddenly Mr. Friendly grew as big as a house 

© 1 c. Oct. 28, 1943; K 54973. 

You'll have to stop glowing, etc. © 1 c. July 8, 

1943; K 54974. 

American optical co. 1844 

Would you swap your hourly rate for his, 101, 
©Feb. 4, 1944; K 54850. 

American radiator & standard sanitary corp. 1845 
Victory Is on the horizon. © Dec. 8, 1943; K 
54889. 

Arenz (John A.) 1846 

Arenz solderless lugs. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1943; 
133851. 

Artext prints. Inc. 1847-1849 

Battersea brltfee, 197; by Whistler. -Madonna 

of Peace, 484; by Beato Angellco. © Jan. 25, 1944; 

K 54841, 54842. 

Wei I-Chleh (Mme.) © Feb. 19, 1944; K 55028. 



Ashley (David) Inc. 1850 

Indiana, morning sun on Lake Wawasee; by 
Ruthven H, Byrum. © Dec. 31, 1943; H 2692. 

Atlas bolt & screw CO. 1851-1946 

Brake beam, 17240. - Bronze bushing, 6567, 
6568. - C. I. air cylinder, 1994. - C. I. bearing 
cover, 11649. - C. I. cylinder cover, 1995. - CI. 
cylinder head, 6569. - C. I. dust collar, 11650. - 
C. I. oU thrower, 11651. - C. L piston head, 1803A. 
C. I. sleeve gland, 6570. - C. I. 8" x 7 1/2" air 



cylinder, 9766. - C. S. bearing, 6270. - C. S. cap, 
6271. - C. S, hinge casting, 6260, 6261. - C. S. tog- 
gle arm, 6274, - C. S. truck center PL,, 4697- B. - 
F. S. driving acle, 17215. - F. S, trailer axle, 
17216. - Foiled steel drive axle, 17236. -Forged 
steel trailer axle, 17235. - General assembly air 
cylinder, 11547. - Piston rack [and pinion] 2624. - 
S. C. bearing bracket, 9763RL. - S. C. bearing cap, 
9764. - S. C. body bolster center plate, 6269A. - 
S. C. center plate, 12187. - S. C. coupler barhold- 
er, 5539-B. - S. C. coupler bars, 5561-B. - S. C. 
coupler holder, 5538, - S, C, door clevis, 6258, - 
S, C. door supports, 9772 RL. - S. C. double lever, 
9771. - S. C. guide, 7801. - S. C. lever, 9765. -s! 
C. piston rack cover, 9768. - S. C. piston rack 
housing, 9767A. - S. C. roller bearing cover, 11648. 
- S. C. slide, 6295. - S. C. triple arm lever, 9769 
RL. - S. C. truck bolster, 17241. - Side bearer, 
cast steel, 6262. - S[teel] c[ast] body center plate. 
11003. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 1944; 133905-33926, 
33953-33974. 

"6-unlt heater, 14673. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; 
33904. 

25 ton double hopper elec. scale car, 2-611-X. 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; I 33994. 

25 ton double hopper scale car, 2-611 -T. © 1 c. 
Feb. 26, 1944; 133991. 

25 ton elec. bott. dump scale car, 2-574-R, 
2-611-A, 2-611-C, 2-611-G, 2-611-J, 2-611-L, 
2-611 -N. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 1944; I 33977, 
33979, 33983, 33984, 33986, 33988, 33989. 

25 ton electric scale car, 1-611, 2-611-B, 2-611 
-D -2-611-F, 2-611-K, 2-611-M, 2-611-S, 2-611- 
U, 2-611-V, 2-611-Y. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 1944; 
I 33976, 33978, 33980-33982, 33985, 33987, 33990, 
33992, 33993, 33995. 

75 ton elec. gable side dump car, dwg, 10-313- 
A, pattern 11857RL. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944;I 33951. 

120 gross ton side dump ore car, 6-414-AA. © 
1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; I 33948. 

120 ton elec. bott. dump transfer car, 6-414-U, 
6-414-V, 6-414-X, 6-414-Y. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 
1944; I 33944, 33945, 33947, 33998. 

120 ton electric transfer car, 6-414, 6-414-C - 
6-414-H, 6-414-J - 6-414-N, 6-414-P - 6-414-T, 
6-414-W, 6-414-Z, dwg. 6.247-L, pattern 7443. © 
1 c. each Feb, 26, 1944; I 33927, 33930-33943, 
33946. 33952, 33996, 33997, 33999, 

120 ton side dump ore car, 6-414-A, 6-414-B, 
6-414-BB, 6-414-CC. © 1 c. each Feb. 26, 1944; 
I 33928, 33929, 33949, 33950. 

15000 pound cap. 8-0 dla turntable, 30-486. © 
1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; I 33975. 

Auer (John) Milk products. 1947 

Milk products. © 1 c. Jan. 17, 1944; J 34635. 

Bach (David) 1948 

Plastlclzed shot shell. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; 
I 33836. 

Barber (Joseph H.) 1949 

Business Incentives and performance. © Feb. 
19, 1944; I 33901. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Barrett (Oliver Glen) 1950, 1951 

[Enchanting vista] - [Pacific sunset] © Feb. 1 
1944; K 54843, 54844. 



Battles (Kenneth I.) 

Tire chain atUcher. 
I 33872. 



1952 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1944; 



Bausch & Lomb optical co. 1953-1958 

Ortho-rater slide, F-3 - F-5, N-1 - N-3. © Jan. 
31, 1944; I 33862-33867. 

Beilke (Edwin) I959 

Electric milk stirrer and cooler. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1944; I 33841. 

Bethlehem steel co. I960 

Jumpers substituted for fuses start fires. © Jan. 
20, 1944; K 54849. 

Blampied (Joshua) 1961 

Knockdown doll » -ise. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1944- 
I 33869. 

Borden co. 1962 

Give war bonds and stamps for Christmas! 
Where else in a war torn world, etc. © Dec. 15, 
1943; K 54972. 

Bower (Ernst Z.) 1963 

Olney, Illinois. The home of the white squirrel. 
© Aug, 16, 1943; K 55127. 

Bradley (Claude A.) 1964 

Roller brush. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1944; I 33883.- 

Brinkley (Hugh M.) 1965, 1966 

Boost-a-gram. - Kick-a-gram. © Jan. 10, 1944; 
K 54838, 54839. 

Broadman press. 1967-1969 

Alcohol menaces America, 1. © Aug. 23, 1943; 

K 54832. 

My best demands that I never drink beer, wine, 

whisky, 3. © Oct 7, 1943; K 54834. 

Think - alcohol destroys body, mind, soul, 2. © 

Sept 3, 1943; K 54833. 

Brown & Bigelow. 1970-2006 

After all, everybody makes mistakes, 34149. - 
Doctor's holding me for observation, 34149. - I got 
a little behind in my rent, 34151. - I must get a 
wiggle on, my number's next, 34150. - I must learn 
where to draw the line, 34141. - I never knew a 
horse could run out of oats, 34146. - I never played 
Old Maid like that before, 34143. - MoUier said 
I should always avoid a dive, 34148. - Nobody's 
going to pull the wool over my eyes, 34142. - That's 
the last straw, 34144. - There must be something 
wrong with my line, 34145. - Wouldn't I make a 
good petty officer, 34147. © Jan. 24, 1944; K 54865 
-54876. 

At dinner time don't take too much, etc. - Eat 
vitamins and proteins for your lunch, etc. - Remem- 
ber, etc. - This message, etc. - Your breakfast is 
important etc. © Jan. 7, 1944; K 55147-55151. 

Before the Alcan highway. - Good companions, 
44-077. - Ho-0-0, hum, 44-076. - Pintails rising. - 
Seabiscuit - Who, me? 44-075. - Winter guests. 
© Jan. 24, 1944; K 54892-54894, 54896-54899. 

Bill's convey. - Brig Lawrence. - Dear ma. - 
Good going. - Gunston Hall. - Lights of home. - 
Lincoln's church Christmas eve. - Peaceful valley. 



- Soldiers on the farm front, etc., 24-431. Starting 
home. - Temptation. - Vicar's close wells. Wood- 
land trail. ©Dec. 27, 1943; K 54877-54887,54895. 
54900. 

Burg (Bertha R.) 2007 

K Q W X Z. © 1 c. Feb. 7, 1944; I 33898. 

Burwinkle (Vincent H.) 2008 

Micrometer parallel bar. © 1 c. Feb. 8 1944- 
I 33837. 

Canal national bank of Portland. 2009 

Drying sails. © Dec. 15, 1943; K 55172. 

Catalda fine arts, inc. 2010-2013 

Before the wind, 933. © Feb. 10, 1944; K 55130. 
Southern waters, 931. ©Dec. 30, 1943; K 54846. 
Summer morning, 930. © Jan. 10, 1944;K 54845. 
White and gold, 932. © Dec. 30, 1943; K 55129. 

Cimini (PasquaLe L,) 2014, 2015 

Modern library building plan. ® 1 c. Jan. 18, 

1944; I 33848. 

New library plot plan. © 1 c. Nov. 29, 1943; 

I 33850. 

Cincinnati shaper co. 2016 

[Victory emblem] © Oct 1, 1943; K 54852. 

Clark (Frederick) 2017 

Runaplane. © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1944; I 33871. 

Clatworthy (Fred P.) 2018, 2019 

Fighting forever an unseen foe. - Warrior of 
the range. © Nov. 8, 1943; J 36468, 36469. 

Clayton (William G.) 2020 

Etchtone. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; J 36457. 

Coca -cola co. 2021 

Serving the silent salesman. © Feb. 1, 1944; 
J 36453. 

Cook (L. L.) CO. 2022-2025 

Flag formation by sailors at U. S. naval train- 
ing station, Great Lakes, Illinois, J-7, J-9, J-10, © 
Feb. 1, 1944; J*36441-36443. 

In the good old summer time, X57. © Feb. 25, 
1944; J 36454. 

Crossley (Alfred H. W.) 2026 

Simplex valve and piston. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; 
I 33833. 

DeGroat (Dayton Charles) 2027 

Radiant Christ © Jan. 28, 1944; K 55146. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) 2028-2030 

Overall rebuilding set © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; 

I 33827. 

Protect- o-bibs & aprons. - Seal-all-covers. © 

1 c. each Feb. 14, 1944; I 33857, 33858. 

Doose (Gabriel Henry William) 2031 

Doose's (Capt) quadrant © 1 c, Feb. 16, 1944; 
I 33879. 

Dow (Louis F.) CO. 2032-2057 

Castle Rock. - Cover-all beauty. - Field trials. 

- Flame girl. - Foot- loose. - Going up. - Hang it 
all. - Lucky dog. - Mountain fastness. - My sweet- 
heart - On the wing. - Pay off. - Playtime pals. 

- Private affair. - Prize catch. - Queen of the islands. 
-Roundup, separating the brands. -See-worthy. - 
Sit down stripes. - Slip tease. - Socialite. - Teeter 
taught her. - Unwelcome visitors. - What a break. 

- What's cooking? - Winning the peace. © Jan. 1, 
1944; K 54946-54971. 



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Dunkel (Eugene L.) 2058 

Me - worry? © May 2, 1940, K 55026. 

Dunn (Claude Granville) 2059 

California provincial design. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1944; I 33881. 

Faucett Goseph A.) 2060 

Graphic management control. © Sept. 30, 1943; 
I 33888. 

Filas (Frank J.) 2061 

Combing brush. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; I 33846. 

Fischer (William Ernest) 2062 

[Electric outlet and apourtenances] © i c. Feb. 
24, 1944; I 33900. 

Fisher (ParkW.) 2063 

Synchronized clock. © 1 c.Feb. 8, 1944; 1 33334. 

Fitch radio productions, 2064 

Crosstunes! New musical radio game. © Dec. 
23, 1943: K 54901. 

Fogelman (Martin) 2065 

Here comes daddy. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1944; J 36458. 

Follmer (Harry R.) Champions of liberty. © FeU 
22, 1944; K 55171. 2066 



Foote bros. gear & machine corp. 
Absent E. © Dec. 1, 1943; K 55027. 



2067 



Frampton (Robert Clement) 2068 

Bighorn on Mt. San Antonio. © Nov. 30, 1343; 
J 36452. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 2069-2091 

Breakir^ out the Royals; by Montague Dawson. 
© Sept. 17, 1943; H 2689. 

Brean (— ): 

Looe River and bridge, 1695. - Penzance from 
Newlyn, 1694. © Feb. 10, 1943; H 2631, 2682. 

Churchill (Winston); by Arthur Pan. © Jan. 6, 
1944; H 2687. 

Conyngham (Elizabeth, lady); by E. E. Milner. 
© Sept. 21, 1943; H 2883. 

Herring harvest; by S. J. Lamorna Birch. © Oct. 
20. 1943; H 2688. 

Hyams (W.): 

Cots wold water mill, H. 2. - Devonshire vil- 
lage in the Teign Valley, H. 5. - Ditchling, Sussex, 
Anne of Cleeves house, H. 4. - Durham, H. I.- 
Kentish cottage, H. 3, - Swaiedale, Yorkshire, H. 6. 
© Sept. 18, 1942; H 2669-2674. 

Members of the Beaufort hunt; by Eugene Tily, 
© May 19, 1942; H 2691. 

Peaceful river; by Charles Pears. © Feb. 1, 
1943; H 2690. 
J Petit point; by L. Campbell Taylor. © May 31, 
1943; H 2685. 

Petty (Henry, lord) ; by E. E. Milner. © Apr. 
22, 1943; H 2684. 

Truman (W^. Herbert) Cornwall: 

Mousehold Harbor, 1693. - Polperro, 1692. 
© June 16, 1943; H 2879, 2680, 

Valley farm; by Gerald Cooper. © Feb. 1, 1943; 
H 2686. 

Wilks (Maurice C): 

Innish Free, County Donegal, P193. -Showery 
day, Bunbeg, Donegal Coast, P192. © Mar. 23, 
1943; H 2676, 2678. 



Wilks (Maurice C.) County Donegal: 

Errigai Mount from Gola island, P194. - 
Sunshine and shadow. Anure, P195. © Mar. 9. 
1943; H 2675, 2677. 

Gard (Russell Miller) 2092, 2093 

Paper model glider, A. B. © 1 c. each Feb. 12, 
1944; I 33877, 33878. 

General cable corp, 2094, 2095 

It's just got to be right. © Jan. 14, 1944; K 

55170. 

To you from failing hands we throw the torch; 

be yours to hold it high. General cable poster, 7. 

© Feb. 21, 1944; K 55103. 

General electric co. 2096-2107 

Arc-welding helped speed construction of the 
big-inch oil pipe line. - Day and night, Diesel- 
electric locomotives speed the movement of fight- 
ing freight. - Efficient steam turbine -generators 
provide electric power for America's industrial 
might. - Electricity powers the crane lowering 
this sixteen inch gun into the electric furnace be- 
low. - G-E equipped vessels transport and protect 
American troops. - G-E turbine -electric drive 
powers this sub-killing destroyer escort vessel. - 
Giant press equipped with G-E controls stamps out 
parts for military planes. - Home for Christmas, 
in war as in peace, means light, warm friends, and 
good cheer. - Republic P-47, high-flying U, S. 
fighter plane equipped v/ith G-Eturbosuperchargor. 
- Speed and fire power of a heavy cruiser depend 
on electric equipment. - Tireless electric hired 
hands are helping over 2.500,000 farm families 
produce more food. - Wherever G-E equipment 
goes into battle, G-E service engineers are on 
duty. © Nov. 18, 1943; K 54903-54914. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div, 

2108-2118 

Absence Is a detour on the road to victory, © 
Feb. 3, 1944; K 54847. 

Don't miss a working dayl © Mar. 6, 1944; K 
65125. 

Give 'em more, shorten the war. © Feb. 22. 
1944; K 55068. 

Keep it coming. © Dec. 2, 1943; K 54828. 

Let s keen it in reverse! © Feb. 29, 1944; K 
55126. 

Merry Christmas and a victorious New Year. © 
Dec. 11, 1943; K 54826. 

On everv fighting front - Fisher. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
K 54829. . 

Thanksgiving day, 1943. © Nov. 16, 1943; K 
54827. 

We are far from the heart of Germany or the 
heart of Japan. General Geo. C. Marshall, Chief of 
staff, U. S. army. © Jan. 13, 1944; K 54830. 

Wishing they were home is not enoi^h! © Feb. 
15, 1944; K 55069. 

You helped us win that battle todav. © Jan. 21, 
1944; K 54825. 

Gifford (Berkley) 2119 

Gifford's hobby. © Mar. 4, 1944; J 36473. 

Goettie (Theodore Roosevelt) 2120-2129 

[Algae] - [Earth] - [Earth rotatir^ eastward] - 
[Earth rotating westward] - [Heart] - [Human em- 
bryos] - [Parenchyma animal] - [Plant] - [Sun] © 
1 c. each Feb. 11, 1944; I 33888-33896. 

Sun or a star. © 1 c. Feb. 19, 1944; I 33887. 



Gussow (Leonard H.) 



2130-2132 



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Chart for calculating illumination. © 1 c. Feb. 
21, 1944: I 33884. 

Voltage drop chart 3 phase 60 cycle balanced 
load, single conductor cables on insulators; 

6" flat spacing. - Triangular spacing. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 21, 1944; I 33885, 33886. 



Gustafson (Charles) 

Every year calendar. 
I 33870. 



© 1 c. 



2133 
Feb. 16, 1944; 



Heers (Erwin A.) 2134 

Spring cushioned solid tire. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; 
I 33830. 

Heneghan (George P.) 2135 

Reinforcing bar weight estimator. ® Feb. 9, 
1944; I 33855. 

Hermitage art cc, inc. 2136 

[Christmas service bulletin for church use, 
showing the Holy family and the shepherds with two 
sheep] 1091. © July 29, 1943; K 54851. 

Hersey photo service. 2137 

Mitchell, S. D., world's only corn palace, 1942, 
4211. © SepL 28, 1942; J 36470. 

Higgins industries, inc. 2138 

Higgins freshwater still. © i c. Feb. 25, 1944; 
I 33903. 

Huet (John T.) 2139 

Fly wheel propeller and blade pitch control. © 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; I 33842. 

Hummel (Henry) 2140 

Half moon- shaped stencil masking tape for pro- 
ducing halfmoon effects when polishing fingernails. 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1944; I 33880. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 2141-2144 

Are you a windy bubble blower. - He says he 
will run over America too. - Jap torture victim is 
marching beside you. - Lunch hour combustion. © 
Feb. 28, 1944; K 55107-55110. 

Industrial equities, inc. 2145-2153 

Bottlenecks. Delay customers service, G-40. - 
Employees ideas, F-17. - Help speed victory, G-15. 
- Idea per day is the suggestion system way to win 
cash awards, G-2. •- Improvements. Progress is 
based on ideas, G-21. - Satisfaction, G-11. - There 
is always time for courtesy, G-5R. - Thinker in 
action. Suggestion system, F-52. - What files can 
be - eliminated, simplified, combined, G-30. © 
Feb. 18, 1944; K 55116-55124. 

International art pub. CO., inc. 2154 

Last supper; by Gebhard Fugel. © Dec. 15,1843, 
K 2693. 

Investographs, inc. 2155 

1943 pressure indicator. © Jan, 14, 1944; 
I 33854. 

Isola art co. 2156-2160 

Consoler of the afflicted, protect her. - May our 

Lady protect her. - May the Sacred Heart protect 

him. - Our Lady of the Sea, watch over her. © Dec, 

22, 1943; K 55111-55114. 

What greater love. © July 19, 1942; K 55115. 

Jacobs pub. co. 2161 

Yahrzeit calendar, © Nov. 1, 1943; K 55025. 



Kellogg CO. 2162-2164 

And now it's February, so I will pen this line, 

etc, © Jan. 27, 1944; K 54848. 

If these beads don't work, etc, © Feb. 25, 1944; 

K 55128. 

1944 menu and recipe service. © Dec. 27, 1943; 

K 54810. 

Kemper-Thomas co. 2165 

Hold everything; by Hy [i. e. John Henry] Hin- 
termeister. © Jan. i, 1944; H 2668. 

King Qohn H.) 2166 

We've made a monkey out of you. © Jan. 28, 
1944; K 54836. 

King features syndicate, inc. 2167, 2168 

Another allied meeting, Z-201. - Don Cossack 
chorus and quints. Z-200. © Jan. 16, 1944; J 36459, 
36460. 

Knight (Charles R.) 2169-2179 

[AUosaurus] - [Archaeopteryx, pterodactyl] - 
[Brontosaurus] - [Cambrian scene] - [Carbonifer- 
ous period] - Devonian scene] - [Dimetroden] - 
[Eocene horses] - [Rancho La Brea tar-pits] -[Ty- 
rannosaurus] - [Woolly mammoth] © 1 c. each 
Feb, 9, 1941; K 54934-54944, 

Kolarik (Frank Fred) 2180 

Shrine of peace. © 1 c. Dec. 23, 1943; K 54977. 

Kuhn (Ralph Rarrick) 2181 

Letter from home. © Jan. 26, 1944; K 54812. 



Larson (Read) 

[Barracks] 

55104, 55105.' 



2182, 2183 
[Maneuvers] © Feb. 29, 1944; K 



Loucks & Norling studios, inc. 

Slide rule. © Feb. 1, 1944; J 36434. 



2184 



Loughlin (John J.) 2185 

Back the attack. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1944; J 36450. 

Lowry (Thomas Isaac) 2186 

Jordan (Major Johnny) © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1944; J 
36474. 

Lupfer (James A.) 2187 

Hercules- Lupfer engine sales co. © Jan. 30, 
1944; I 33826, 

Lyons (George W.) 2188 

Prays at scene of last year's tragedy, ©. 1 c, 
Nov. 29, 1943; K 54831. 



McFarland (William H.) 

Flange making machine. 
I 33832. 

Magaw (Warren S.) 

Rubber cusMoned half track. 
1944; I 33839. 



2189 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; 



2190 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 



Manning (Reg) 2191-2198 

Help please! Veery, veery hot at 10,000 feets 

altitude! P-38 above zero! 23. - Hey instructor! 

How'm I doin' for my first time up? 22. - When 

setting sun sinks out of sight, etc., 24. © Apr. 20, 

1943; K 54978-54980. 

In these days of camouflage, etc., 25, - You'd 

never know that just a year ago I was mowing lawns 

for a living, 26. © Aug. 18, 1943; K 54981, 54982. 



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Mexican words you meet on maps of the South- 
west, 29. © Sept. 24, 1943; K 55023. 

Remarkable, these jeeps, 27. - Seeum great big 
thunder bird, 28. © Sept. 24, 1943; K 54983, 54984. 

Marcus (Alfred I.) 2199 

[Names in the news] © Feb. 17, 1944; K 54933. 

Martin {William Francis) 2200 

Pipe line nomograph. © Jan. 25, 1944; I 33902. 



Matson (William N.) 

Spiral gear pump. © 1 



2201 
Feb. 8, 1944; I 33835. 



Mead Johnson & co. 2202, 2203 

Baby's breakfast. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1944; K54835. 
Watching mother sew. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1944; K 

55144. 

Medici society, ltd. 2204 

Spinning wheel, M. A. S, 27; by L. Campbell 
Taylor. © Oct. 20, 1930; H 2694. 

Meinhard (James E.) 2205 

Vibramotor. © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; I 33831. 

Mitchell (George W.) 2206 

■Jf scale. © 1 c. Jan.. 27, 1944; I 33849. 

Modern hobbycraft products. 2207 

Grumman hellcat c-6. © Nov. 5, 1943; I 33876. 

Morris (George Arl) 2208 

Air hammer type drill guide. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1944; I 33843. 

Moss (C.) 2209-2244 

Autumn, 2870. - Pan-American, buQding, 2973.- 
Spring, 2876. - Summer, 2939. - Winter, 2938. © 
Dec. 15, 1942; K 55037, 55038, 55042, 55043,55045. 
Bee careful, 2854. -Champions, 3012. -Curly, 
2848. - Dream girl, 3049. - First swimming les- 
son, 3050. - Grand slam, 3048. - Guardian of the 
night, 3051. - Hello, redblrd, 2849. - Hold it, 3055. 
-Jefferson memorial, 2997. - Lake Supreme, 3054. 

- Let freedom ring, 2993. - Old mill, 2774. -Pop- 
ples, 3027. - Prize winners, 2883. - Sitting pretty, 
910. - Sleepyhead, 2926. - Son worship, 3052. - 
Whazat, 2855. © Dec. 20, 1943; K 55031-55036, 
55039, 55041, 55046, 55047, 55052, 55059-5506a 

Carnations, 3022. - Hollyhocks, 3024. - Iris, 
3026. - Lilies, 3023. - Poppies, 3021. - Tulips, 
3025. © Dec. 20, 1943; K 55053-55058. 

Disconnected, 2890. © Oct. 20, 1942; K 55040. 

Faith of our fathers, 3000. - For life, liberty 
and the pursuit of happiness, 30,02. - Land of the 
free, home of the brave, 3003. - Liberty bell, 3001. 

- Safeguards of liberty, 2970. © Apr. 27, 1943; K 
55044, 55048-55051. 

Mueller (Justus F.) 2245, 2246 

[Mueller-Ward amSfeba] MW 45. © Dec. 15, 

1943; I 33874. 

[Mueller -Ward nematode model and key card] 

MW 70. © Jan. 21, 1944; I 33875. 

Munson art publishers. 2247-2250 

Fishing fleet in harbor. - Gloucester Harbor. - 
Mountain stream. - Sussex cottage. © Feb. 1, 
1944; K 55097-55100. 

National printing co., inc. 2251-2262 

Bright merry Christmas, 4391. - Christmas 

guests, 4375. - Greetings, 4382, 4383. - Greetings 



at Christmas, 4377. - May Christmas day bring, 
etc., 4374. - Merry Christmas, 4371, 4381. -Rous- 
ing merry Christmas, 4378. - Season's greetings, 
4389. - Sing oh sing, this happy morn, 4376. - This 
comes to wish you, etc., 4380. © Sept. 9, 1943; K 
54853-54864. 

Nelson (Robert E.) 2263 

Ballistic correction rule. © 1 c. Jan. 19, 1944; 
I 33829. 

New England mutual life insurance co. of Boston. 

2264-2271 
Constitution ( Frigate) is launched at Boston, 
1797. - Declaration of independence is hailed in 
Boston, 1776. - Revere (Paul) gives the alarm to 
the countryside, 1775. - Samoset bids the pilgrims 
welcome at Plymouth, 1621. - Shii-ley's (Governor) 
expedition against Louisburg, 1745. - Tense meet- 
ing at Old South leads to Boston tea party, 1773. - 
Washington ( General ) takes command at Cam- 
bric^e, 1775. - Winthrop (Governor) arrives at 
Salem on the Arbella, 1630, © Dec. 15, 1943; K 
55076-55083. 

Oakley (Agnes Hanna) 2272 

Youthful slumber cap and chin reducing bandeau. 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; J 36467. 

Obrlst (Miriam Alice) 2273 

Name pin of transparent plastic. © 1 c. Feb. 
15, 1944; I 33399. 

Osborne co. 2274-2321 

Beautiful Bahia, between the ocean and the bay. 

-Chile's mountain paradise. -Desert shall rejoice. 

- Garden beauty in a city street. - Indian homes in 
the mountains. - Mountain transport in Columbia. - 
Quito's ancient unforgotten handicrafts. - Raft and 
a sail for deep sea fishing. - Stop and go in the 
Plaza of Medeliin. - Sun, sand and sea, Copacabana 
Beach. - Where Brazilian tea is gathered. -Where 
Incas once worshipped the sun. © Feb. 1, 1944; K 
54997-55008. 

Beneath a smiling sky. - Break for liberty. - 
Come all ye faithful. - Dome of liberty. - Earth's 
fulness. - Golden roads of autumn. - Life, liberty 
and the pursuit of happiness. - Service with a 
smile. - Staunch and steady. - Sunday morning. - 
Talking it over. - To cross a little river. © Feb. 
10, 1944; K 55132-55143. 

BewitchingI - Boston Post road, 1763. -Camino 
real, 1836. - Come and get it! - Come under mine/ 

- Don't keep me waiting. - Erie canal, 1825. - 
Heartbeats. - It's an 111 wind. - Just give me a rli^! 

- Life's a bubble, - Maysville Turnpike, 1830. - 
Michigan road, 1826. -Natchez trace, 1809. -Na- 
tional pike, 1818. - Oregon trail, 1843. - Perfect 
form. -Philadelphia-Lancaster pike, 1795. -Pony 
express, 1860. - Santa Fe trail, 1822. - She knows 
the answers. - She's my daisy. - What's cookin'? - 
Wilderness road, 1774. © Feb, 1, 1944; K 54985- 
54996, 55009-55020. 

Oxx (William Gardener) ir, 2322 

Proposed warship design for South American 
defense . © 1 c. Feb. 16, 1944; I 33873. 

Pelton (Sylvester F.) 2323 

Housing for radial post and ram or beam im- 
provement in design of radial saws. © 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1944; I 33828. 

Petty (George B.) 2324 

Orcadette, 244041. © Feb. 10, 1944; H 2695. 



33 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt IV, n.- s., V. 39 



Pike (Milton J.) 2325, 2326 

Howard (Roy W.) 1. 2. © 1 c. each Mar. 7, 1944; 
J 36471, 36472. 

Post & Johnson, inc. 2327-2332 

Boeing B-17 flying fortress, - Consolidated B-24 
liberator. - Curtis P-40 warhawk. - Grumman F4F 
wildcat - Lockheed P-38 lightning, - Vought F4U 
corsair. © June 3. 1943; K 55152-55157. 

Pullman co. 2333=2341 

Be an important cog. 8, © Feb. 22, 1944; K 
55167. 

Cleanliness gives a brighter outlook on life, 2. 
© Jan. 11, 1944; K 55161. 

Don't gamble with safety', 6, © Feb. 8, 1944; K 
55185. 

Don't let 'em down at the front, 5. © Feb. 1, 
1944; K 55164. 

Help win the war on the home front, 3. © Jan. 
18, 1944; K 55162. 

Speed victory by sending in your helpful ideas, 
1. © Jan. 4, 1944; K 55160. 

Too busy, 4. © Jan. 25, 1944; K 55163. 

You too can fight, 9. © Feb. 29, 1944; K 55168. 

Your ideas may help sink the Rising Sun, 7. © 
Feb. 15, 1944; K 55166. 



Purvis (W. W.) 

Panoramic map projector. 
I 33840. 



© 



2342 
1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; 



Quaker state lithographing co., inc. 2343, 2344 

Shovellers on the mud, 203, = Teal and willows, 
202. © Feb. 17, 1944; K 55101, 55102. 



2345-2349 
Operations on the vertical 



Ray-Bell films, inc. 

Machine shop work, 
milling machine: 

Cutting a dovetail taper slide, 2. - Cutting a 
round end keyway, 3. © Feb. 9, 1944; J 36445, 
36446. 

Milling a circular T-slot, 5. - Milling a heli- 
cal groove, 4. - Using a shell end mill, 1. © Dec, 
20, 1943; J 36447-36449. 

Real estate analysts, inc. 2350 

Post-war trends of real estate. © Dec. 22, 
1943; I 33853. 

Reardon (Charles O.) 2351 

Blood bank, donor symbols. © Jan. 28, 1944; K 
54891. 

Regal art studios. 2352 

Fisherman's cottage. © Jan. 13, 1944; K 54837. 

Retail reporting corp. 2353 

Boy, oh boy, oh boy. © Jan. 1, 1944; K 55131. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) 2354, 2355 

Alterations to Holljrwood theatre, 1449 Potomac 

avenue, Dormont, Pa. for North Eastern theatres, 

inc., 1241. © Feb. 7, 1944; I 33861. 

Theatre design, 2443. © Jan. 12, 1944; I 33860. 

SaaLfield pub. co. 2356-2361 

Anti-aircraft gun. - Jeep. - Tank. © Jan. 31, 
1944; K 55073-55075. 
Famous fighter planes: 

Curtiss P-40-F. ~ Douglas A-20-A. - Grum- 
man F4F -4. © Jan. 31, 1944; K 55070-55072. 

St, Anthony's guild, 2362 

King of the universe. © Dec. 1, 1943; K 54840. 



Sandler (Henry B.) co. 2363 

Sunshine sonata. © Feb. 11, 1944; K 55096. 

Schneider (F. A.) 2364-2375 

Bear possibility, 4920. - Farm pets, 4959. - 
Great outdoors, 4923. - Holy family, 4960. - Holy 
night, 4956, - Mother love, 4955. - Now for the 
worms, 4903. - Protection, 4964. - &nta Claus 
visit, 4961. - Sitting prett}', 4921. ■■ Victory and 
peace, 4957. - Winter Joys, 4958. © Jan. 15, 1944; 
K 55084-55095, 

Severin (Gordon Henry) 2376 

Wildcat gusher. © Oct 1, 1943; K 54811, 

Sliaw-Barton. 2377 

Thy woods and templed hills, C-4153. © Nov. 
30, 1943; K 54902. 

Sing (Joseph Lee) 2378 

Protector. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; I 33838. 



2379, 2380 
1 c. each Feb. 26, 1944; J 



Small (Laura A.) 

Pianist = Sister. © 
36455, 36456. 

Spear (Bessie F.) 2381 

Victory, © 1 c. Feb. 9, 1944; J 36431. 

Sporting gallery & bookshop, inc. 2382 

Elkridge-Harford hounds crossing Atlanta Hall 
farm meadow. © Oct 15, 1943; K 55029. 

Stack (Leo) 2383 

[Styling of coiffures] © 1 c. Feb. 8, 1944; 
I 33856. 

Stockhoff (Walter V/,) 2384 

Stockhoff children's suite. © May 28, 1943; K 
55067. 

Stout (Stuart M.) 2385 

Cloth heat-retainer for brooder hover. © 1 c. 
Jan. 31, 1944; J 36451. 



Taube printing co. 

Taube form. © Jan. 15, 1944; K 54890. 



2386 



Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 2387-2404 

Alaska's flag, 2B=H310. - Greetings from Alas- 
ka, 2B-H309. " Greetings from Camp Cooke, Cal- 
ifornia, 2B-H470. © July 9, 1942; K 54915-54917. 

But officer! I bought this tire, 2B-H1061. - Chee 
whiz! A hoarder, 2B-H1064. - Ko-hum^ no prior- 
ity, 2B-H1062. - More precious than jewels, 2B-H- 
1063. - Them were the days, 2B-H1060. © Nov. 13, 
1942; K 54918-54922. 

Greetings from Santa Claus, Indiana, 2B-H1067. 
© Nov. 10, 1942; K 54923. 

I am in the: 

Air corps, 2B-H1314. - Army, 2B-H1311. - 
Marines, 2B H1312. - Navy, 2B-H1313. © Dec. 21, 
1942' K 54924-54927. 

Writing under difficulties, BP-1 (2B-H805, BP-2 
(2B-H8Q6),BP-3 (2B-H807), BP-4 {2B-H808), BP-5 
(2B-H809) © Sept 8, 1942; K 54928-54932. 

Thomas (John H.) 2405 

Thomas perfected saw jointer. © 1 c. Feb. 8, 
1944; I 33844. 

Thompson (W R.) & co. 2406, 2407 

Somewhere in Tennessee. © Jan. 28, 1944; K 

55021. 

Somewhere in Texas. © Dec. 30, 1943; K 55022. 



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CLASSES H-K 



no. 2. 1944 



2440 



Thompson products, inc. 2408-2419 

Bell P-39 airacobras. - De Havilland mosqui- 
tos. - Grumman F6F hellcat. - Hawker typhoons. - 
IL-2 stormoviks. - Lockheed P-38 lightnings. - 
North American P-51 mustangs. Republic P-47 
thunderbolts. - Supermarine spitfires MKEX. - 
Vought-Sikorsky F4U-1 corsairs. - Westland whirl- 
winds. - Yak-1 1-26 pursuits. © Jan. 21, 1944; K 
54813-54824. 



United negro assn. 

Charter of the T. 
55145. 

VlUard (W. J.) 

Bread slicing jig. 



U. N. A. © Aug. 6, 



© 1 c. Feb. 8. 1944; 



2420 
1943; K 



2421 
I 33845. 



Vocafilm corp. 2422-2427 

Anti-aircraft barrage fire. The tracking sheet, 
SN-18C5. - Battery alignment. Problem of gun and 
sight alignment, SN- 1808a. - Elements of a sur- 
face fire control system - part 2, SN-3193b. - 
Power drive, mark 2. The receiver unit, SN- 1802c. 
- Stable element, mark 6. How the outputs are 
driven, SN-1801e. - 3" /50 cal. gun mount, mark 
22. Function of the firing mechanism, SN- 1806c. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 2, 1944; J 36461-36466. 



Walsh (Maurice J.) 

Play ball. © Sept. 2, 1940; J 36444. 



2428 



Washington council of churches & Christian educa- 
tion. 2429 
World covmcil of churches. © Dec. 6, 1943;KK 

54945. 

Western erectors co. 2430 

Data on tiie Weco trailer. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 1944; 
I 33897. 

Wlutman pub. CO. 2431 

Scrap book, 635. © Aug. 13, 1943; K 55169. 

Winders (Frank A.) 2432 

[Combined dial and hand for clock or similar 
article] © 1 c. Feb. 11, 1944; I 33852. 

World merc'iandise corp. 2433 

Patriotic plaque. © Dec. 22, 1943; K 55030. 

Yorke (Emerson) studio. 2434-2438 

Mac 'line shop work. Operations on the cutter 
grinder : 

Sharpening a form relieved cutter, 5. - 
Sharpening a plain helical cutter, 2. - Sharpening a 
shell end mill, 3. - Sharpening a side milling cut- 
ter. 1. - Sharpening an angxilar cutter. 4. ® Feb. 
11, 1944; J 36436-36440. 

Young (Katherine T.) 2439, 2440 

Abstraction - fire escapes. -Tashamira. © 1 c. 
each Feb. 10, 1944; J 36432, 36433. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) 72 

Drav;ings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 251 one-copy entries) 306 

Photographs (including 195 one-copy entries) 264 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 27 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries)-- 854 

Total - -- 1,496 



35 



COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



Ackerman (Paul H.) Phillipsburg, N. J. 2441 

Hand-wrought jewelry. For hand-wrought jewel- 
ry. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 23330. 

Acroiuark co. See Bates (Harold O.), d. b, a. 
Acromark co. 

Airplane mfg. & supply Corp., North Hollywood, 
Calif. 2442 

Portable spark plug tester. For aircraft spark 

plug maintenance equipment © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 

23378. 

AUis-Chalmers mfg. co. , Milwaukee. 2443-2445 
Allis-Chahners load center unit-sub rule, F 

3793. For air circuit breakers. © Dec. 2, 1943; 

KK 23427. 

It grips like magic - Ailis-Chalmers texrope 

magic-grip sheaves, B6310. For texi'ope sheaves. 

© Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23428. 

Welders AC ampac 200 DC weld-o-tron, B6306. 

For electric welding. © Dec, 23, 1943; KK 23429. 

American tobacco co., New York. 2446, 2447 

For cigarettes: 

Fine tobacco, I'll smoke it later in Luckies, 
© Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23313. 

Man, that's fine tobacco. © Feb. 18, 1944; 
KK 23403. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 2448-2452 

For meats: 

Easy Armour recipes, etc. © Jan. 18, 1944; 
KK 23404. 

How to make a roast taste good all week. © 
Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23407. 

No waste with treet, it's all rich meat! © 
Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23406. 

Mothers, here's thetiirifty way, etc, Forvita- 
lox beef exti-act © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23408. 

Rich beef juices, etc. For beef extract. © Jan. 
20, 1944; KK 23405. 

Armstrong (Gordon) co., Cleveland, 2453 

X-4 portable baby incubator. For portable baby 
incubator. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 23338. 

Art metal co., Cleveland. 2454 

Uviaire ultraviolet germicidal unit for lower air 
and floor disinfection in under-bed use. For ultra- 
violet germicidal unit. © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23356. 

Bakelite corp=, New York. 2455 

Bakelite plastics powdered phenol resin glue 
BC-16529. For plasUcs. © Jan. 11, 1944; KK 
23122, 

Bankers box co., Chicago. 2456 

Economical record storage. For paper filing 
boxes. © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 23328. 

Barnes (W, F. & John) co., Rockford, III. 2457 

Optical curve generator. For lens grinder and 
polisher. © Feb, 2, 1944; KK 23479. 

Barron (Alexander F.) Chicago. 2458 

Universal automatic engine controller. For au- 
tomatic engine controller. © Feb. 5, 1944; KK 
23421. 



Bates (Harold O.), d. b, a, Acromark co., Eliza- 
beth, N, J, 2459 
Acromark parts marking machines. For pedes- 
tal marking machine. © Apr. 27, 1943; KK 23253. 

Bell & Howell co., Chicago. 2460 

Will opti-onjcs project battles as they are 

fought? For cameras. © Dec. 24, 1943; KK 23179, 

Beloff (Morris), d, b, a. Victory novelty co,, Rich- 
mond. 2461 
Laff station. For joker's novelties, © Sept 30, 

1943; KK 23128. 

Bendix aviation corp,, Detroit, New York, Teter- 
boro, N. J. 2462=2474 

Advancing toward tomorrow's effortless driv- 
ing. For precision instruments and plane parts, © 
Feb. 9, 1944; KK 23391, 
For aircraft instruments: 

Dual oil pressure autosyn indicator. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23514, 

Dual oil pressure autosyn indicator. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Feb, 15, 1944; KK 23515. 

Instructions for installation, operation and 
maintenance [of sensitive altimeter] © Jan. 31, 
1944; KK 23201. 

Service bulletin. A new remote electrical 
caging unit © Jan. 31, 1944; KK 23250. 

Service bulletin. Inclinometer ball must be 
in centered position at installation of turn and bank 
indicators, © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 23251. 

Service bulletin. Lubrication recommenda- 
tions for pioneer instruments. © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 
23248, 

Service bulletin. Selecting indicators and 
transmitter to eliminate excessive oscillation in 
installations of magnesyn remote-indicating com- 
passes. © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 23247. 

Service bulletin. Winterization of the gs^ro 
flux gate compass system for operation at extreme- 
ly low temperatures. © Jan. 31, 1944; KK 23249, 

Turn and bank indicator. Installation instruc- 
tions, © Feb, 15, 1944; KK 23516. 
For airplane equipment: 

Adventures of Capt Ben Dix, I was just, etc. 
© Dec. 26, 1943; KK 23131. 

Adventures of Capt Ben Dix. If Jerry doesn't, 
etc. © Jan. 9, 1944; KK 23132, 

Adventures of Capt Ben Dix, Something's 
cookin', etc. © Jan. 23, 1944; KK 23133. 



Beryllium Corp. of Pennsylvania, Temple, Pa, 



2475 



Beryllium spotlight, 7, For beryllium- copper 
alloy, © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23512. 

Best & CO., inc., New York, 2476-2478 

Good gray flannels. For misses suit-dress, suit 

and_coat, junior suit girl's suit and coat, boy's suit 

and cap. © Feb. 13, 1944; KK 23379. 

Rock-a-bye baby. For baby crib & mattress & 

bedding & sleep clothes. © Feb. 20, 1944; KK 

23478. 

Shirtmakers famous Best's exclusives. For 

dresses, hat and bag. © Feb. 6, 1944; KK 23188, 



36 



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no. 2, 1944 



2543 



Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonvlile, 
Conn. 2479 

6,000 mile dream. For pile fabric floor cover- 
ing. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23422. 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 2480 

Blatz beer fast becoming America's new favor- 
ite. For beer. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23180. 

Blue bell, inc., Greensboro, N. C. 2481-2484 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

Army life begins with blue bells. © Feb. 17, 
1944; KK 23413. 

Blue bell adds six new plants to speed pro- 
duction. © Feb. 18, 1944; KK 23414. 

Midnight ride that may not make history. © 
Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23411. 

Tanks, it takes work clothes to make 'em, 
v/ar clothes to ran 'em and war bonds to buy 'em! 
© Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23412. 

Boardman (Wm.) & sons co., Hartford. 2485 

Something good is brewing. For coffee. © Jan. 
17, 1944; KK 23453. 

Borden co.. New York. 2486-2531 

Elmer! Suppose a wounded soldier heard you 
say thati For war bonds. © Feb. 6, 1944; KK 
23521. 

For cheese: 

Boyf What a country when you can still get 
cheese like this! © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 23152. 

But darling, who ever heard of liederkranz 
for breakfast? © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 23517. 

Lady! The things you can do with cheese 
these days! © Dec. 10, 1943; KK 23153. 

Swellest salad dressing trick of the year! © 
Nov. 26, 1943; KK 23277. 

Why was I born a restaurant man? © June 5, 
1943; KK 23145. 
For cream: 

Better with Borden's cream. © Jime 15, 
1943; KK 23169. 

Better with Borden's cream. Cream makes 
berries and fruits taste better. © June 15, 1943; 
KK 23168. 

For dairy products: 

Advice to back-yard vacationers. © June 23, 
1943; KK 23146. 

All I said was, there's no extra charge for 
the vitamin D, etc. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 23147. 

Ask for Borden's new low prices. © Jan. 15, 
1942; KK 23162. 

Be glad you're just my husband, dear, and 
not a grocer! © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23519. 

Cheer up, Elmer, things could be a whole lot 
worse! © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 23151. 

Hold still, Beulah, they'll be here any minute! 
© Dec. 23, 1943; KK 23154. 

Hush, Beulah, daddy's about to launch another 
offensive! © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 23522., 

In this family, young lady, 99 o/o Isn't pass- 
ing! © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 23149. 

Only one more bow, Elmer! © Dec. 30, 1943; 
KK 23157. 

She's sprouting like a weed since, etc. © 
Oct. 27, 1943; KK 23420. 

That's not what his mother meant, etc. © 
Oct. 16, 1943; KK 23520. 
For fluid milk: 

Borden's homogenized vitamin D milk sold 
here! © May 5, 1943; KK 23166. 

Borden's homogenized vitamin D milk sold 
here! You can see the difference, etc. © May 5, 
1943; KK 23167. 



Help for you over the danger spots, with 
Elsie! © July 5, 1943; KK 23418. 

How to give your customer's a happier 
Thanksgiving! © Nov. 22, 1943; KK 23276. 

Milk, the world's most nearly perfect food, 
© Apr. 9, 1943; KK 23281. 

P's and Q's of the children's milk. © Dec. 
28, 1943; KK 23156. 

X marks the extras In the children's milk. © 
Dec. 23, 1943; KK 23155. 
For milk: 

Ask for Borden's homogenized vitamin D 
milk. © July 10, 1942; KK 23170. 

Eat nutritional food. Try Borden's, etc. © 
Feb. 13, 1943; KK 23165. 

Let Borden's milk help keep you fit. © Feb. 
13, 1943; KK 23164. 

War's ail over but the flghtlrig! © Jan. 18, 
1944; KK 23518. 

For milk and cream: 

Ask for Borden's milk & cream. © Jan. 15, 
1942; KK 23161. 

Buy! Borden's milk & cream at the better 
stores. © Jan. 15, 1942; KK 23138. 

Delicious with milk or cream. © June 4, 
1943; KK 23280. 

Elsie says: Borden's milk & cream at bet- 
ter stores. © Jan. 15, 1942; KK 23160. 

This is a better store, Borden's milk and 
cream sold here! © Jan. 15, 1942; KK 23163. 

Today's special! Don't forget, etc., S-414. 
© Mar. 22, 1943; KK 23140. 

Today's special! Don't forget, etc., S415. © 
Apr. 12, 1943; KK 23141. 

Today's special! Don't forget, etc., S-419. 
© Apr. 19, 1943; KK 23142. 

Today's special! Don't forget, etc., S-421. 
© May 24, 1943; KK 23144. 

Today's special! Don't forget, etc., S-423. 
© Apr. 26, 1943; KK 23143. 

Today's special! Don't forget, etc., S-425. 
© Mar. 17, 1943; KK 23139. 

For vitamin and mineral fortified drink: 

Beulah takes the curves like an old hand, 
etc. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23419. 

But Beulah, smiled Elsie, aren't you a little 
youi^ for such things? © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23278. 
What a hit! Wliat a team! © Aug. 30, 1943; 
KIC 23148. 

You two certainly have been noaklng hay 
since you started drinking hemol © Oct. 1, 1943; 
KK 23150. 

Stay on top of the wave with Elsie! For milk 
and dairy products. © June 21, 1943; KK 23417. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 2532-2537 
For woolen and worsted piece goods: 

Botany first aid to a v/lse wardrobe. © Feb. 
18, 1944; KK 23441. 

Botany flannel. © Jan. 29, 1944; KK 23442. 

Botany has no age limit. © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 
23111. 

Botany Marchan - four star gabardine, etc. 
© Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23443. 

See Botany Marchan. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 
23360. 

24 pages of pure rooi wisdom. © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 23193. 

Bussmann mfg. co. dlv. McGrav/ electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Bussmann mfg. co. div. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

2538-2543 



37 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2544 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



For sunkist oranges: 

Easy ways, etc., LA -3567. © Dec. 10, 1943; 
KK 23350. 

Give them the high-vitamin, etc., LA-3568. 
© Jan. 10, 1944; KK 23487. 

Help wartime meals two ways, etc.,LA-3586. 
© Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23352. 

Help wartime meals two ways, etc., LA- 
3586-A. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 23351. 

It's so hard now to get enough fruit, etc., LA- 
3553. © Jan, 16, 1944; KK 23488. 

Give children plenty of vitamins, etc., LA-3594- 
A. For oranges. © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23489. 

California fruit growers exchange. Products dept., 
Ontario, Calif. 2544, 2545 

More orange flavored products. For oil of 

orange U. S. P. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23484. 

V/orid's finest orange oil. For oil of orange. © 

Nov, 6, 1943; KK 23246. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 2546 

Man picked up a stick to extend his reach. For 
textiles, plastics, and chemicals. © Feb. 7, 1944; 
KK 23452. 

Central equipment co., Chicago. 2547 

Central clamp-power. For clamps. © Feb. 1. 
1944; KK 23474. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 2548 

How to save coal. For coal. © Feb. 10, 1944; 
KK 23365. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit. N. J. 

2549 
Heroes of the United States medical services, 
siu-geon Edward Cutbush. For pharmaceutical 
products. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23336. 

Cloverdale spring co., Baltimore. 2550 

Cloverdale quickie quiz. For soft drinks. © 
Dec. 10, 1943; KK 23241. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 2551-2563 

For soft drink: 

Coke means Coca-cola. Sprite and case. © 
Jan. 30, 1944; KK 23335. 

Coke means Coca-cola. Sprite and draft 
arm. © Jan. 24. 1944; KK 23424. 

Have a Coca-cola - haere mai! Be welcome. 
New Zealand. © Dec. 22, 1943; KK 23470. 

Have a Coca=cola - skal. Here's to you. 
Iceland, 2. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23333. 

Have a Coca-cola - you re on the beam. 
Brazil revised. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23508. 

Have a coke - chin-chin. Here's to you. 
British Guiana revised. © Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23334. 

Have a coke - come, be blessed and be happy. 
Iceland revised. © Jan. 13, 1944; KK 23112. 

Have a coke - good winds have blown you 
here. China. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 23469. 

Have a coke - how's it outside? Alaska, no. 
2. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 23471. 

Have a coke - meet a new friend. Soldier and 
koala bear. © Jan. 25, 1944; KK 23113. 

Have a coke - sag ol. Long life to you. Turk 
pilot. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23472. 

Let's buy 'em and keep 'em. Sprite war 
bond. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23528. 

Let's buy 'em and keep 'em. Statue of Liber- 
ty war bond ad. © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 23423. 



Coors (Adolph) co.. Golden, Col. 



2564, 2565 



For beer: 

Always a pleasure, etc. © Feb. 4, 1944' KK 
23200. 

Always a pleasure, etc. Glass in back- 
ground. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 23363. 

Coty, inc., New York. 2566 

L'origanfor your golden moments. For per- 
fume. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 23136. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 2567 

Bulletin F-S3. Revised. For fixtures for flu- 
orescent lamps. © Feb. 16, 1944; KK 23473. 

Dial devices distributing co., New York. 2568 

Target Tokyo. For bread. © Feb. 23, 1944- KK 
23433. 

Dishart (Samuel Harry) Brooklyn, 2569 

One-for-all brief case valet service, maid ser- 
vice, porter service units. The biggest little wash- 
room service. For clean up articles, wash vgp ar- 
ticles and dress wear, shirt, collar, tie, socks, 
etc. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 22700. 

Dow drug CO., Cincinnati. 2570 

Somebody puJied oiur night bell. For drugs. © 
Jan. 9, 1944; KK 23192. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncie, Ind. 2571 

We can't give you anything but iovei For metal 
card tables and furniture. © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 
23440. 

Durkee-Mower, inc., Lynn, Mass. 2572 

Tops for taste. For marshmallow fluff and 
sweeco. © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 23425. 

Englander co., inc., Chicago. 2573 

So-o nice to come home to, etc. For mattress. 
© Feb. 18, 1944; KK 23431. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 2574-2583 

For gasoline: 

What's in a name? Alice, etc, © Sept. 29, 
1943; KK 23266. 

What's in a name? Amy, etc. © Sept. 8, 
1943; KK 23264. 

What's in a name? Booth, etc. ® Oct. 5, 
1943; KK 23267. 

What's in a name? Clementine, etc. © Aug. 
27, 1943; KK 23262. 

What's in a name? Daniel, etc. © Nov. 2, 
1943; KK 23269. 

What's in a name? Elliot, etc. © Nov. 3, 
1943; KK 23270. 

Wliat's in a name? Enoch, etc. © Aug. 10, 
1943; KK 23261. 

What's in a name? Graham, etc. © Oct. 5, 
1943; KK 23268. 

What's in a name? Miles, etc. © Sept. 7, 
1943; KK 23263. 

What's in a name? Stephen, etc. © Sept. 24, 
1943; KK 23265. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 2584, 2585 

Eversharp presents command performance. 

For pen and pencil set. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23353. 
How would you answer the $64 question? For 

pen. © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 23354. 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 2586 

What kind of person am I. For cards sold by 
means of vending machines. © Jan. 17, 1944; KK 
23220. 



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2625 



Fischer & co., inc., New York, 2587 

Midnight vision, etc. For lingerie, nightgown. 
© Febo 12, 1944; KK 23523. 

Gardner (Clark) Osage, la. 2588 

Happy tumbling blocks. For toy blocks. © Feb. 
1, 1944; KK 23505. 

General foods Corp., New York. 2539-2591 

Ain't never no meat loaf left for me. For cat- 
sup, chili sauce and cocktail sauce. © Feb. 25, 
1944; KK 23468. 

For cocktail sauce: 

Snider 's sea chanties. The fish who get 
away. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23128. 

Snider's sea chanties. The lobster. © Feb. 
24, 1944; KK 23467. 

General mills, inc., San Francisco. 2592 

Magician pulls only one rabbit out of a hat. For 
rabbit feed. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 23206. 

General motors corp, Hyatt bearings div.. Karri- 
son, N. J. 2593 
Hyatt roller bearings. For roller bearings. © 

Dec. 10, 1943; KK 23387. 

Goodall CO., Cincinnati. 2594-2597 

For men's summer clothing. 

Palm beach suits. Lighthouse design. © 
Jan. 3, 1944; KK 23239. 

Palm beach suits. Mountain design. © Jan. 
3, 1944; KIC 23238. 

Palm beach suits. Sailfish design. © Jan. 3, 
1944, KK 23237. 

Palm beach suits. Waterfall design. © Jan. 
3, 1944; KK 23240. 

Graham rotary file & tool co., New York. 

2598, 2599 
For rotary files: 

Graham hand cut rotary files. Catalog C. © 
May 20, 1943; KK 23362. 

Graham .hand cut rotary files. Catalog D. © 
Nov. 22, 1943; KK 23361. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York. 2600 

Dorothy Gray selling helps. For cosmetics. © 
Feb. 8, 1944, KK 23369. 

Hage's, ltd., San Diego, Calif. 2601 

Creamy comments from Rage's. For ice cream 
and dairy products. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 23320. 

Hamilton watch CO., Lancaster, Pa. 2602 

He's looking for a U-boat, in the sky! For 
watches. © Sept 10, 1943; KK 23254. 

Handy button machine co, , Chicago. 2603 

Cloth covered buttons m all standard styles and 
sizes. For button and buckle covering equipment. 
© Feb. 23, 1944; KK 23527. 

Hanley Qames) co., Providence. 2604, 2605 

For ale: 

Oh! Oh! That reminds me! © Dec. 13, 1943; 
KK 23195. 

So that's where it's been going! © Dec, 22, 
1943, KK 23196. 



Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc. , Little Falls, N. Y. 

2606-2610 
For pancake mix. 

It's new! Wonderful flavor I Window stream- 
er. © Jan. 31, 1944; KK 22436. 



Ooh boy! Wonderful flavor. Counter dis- 
play. © Jan. 31, 1944; KK 23437. 
For rennet powder: 

Aunt Reimie, please make my milk into a 
rennet- custard tool © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23438. 

Busy? Of course you are! © Jan. 29, 1944; 
KK 23435. 

Heigh-ho the merrio! See what's happened 
to milk! © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23434. 

Harris-Seybold- Potter co., Cleveland. 2511 

Harris impressions, v. 3, no. 12. Dec, 1943. 
© Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23121, 

Henry, Leonard & Thomas, inc., Ozone Park, N, Y, 

2612 
Royalton filter well. For pipes. © Feb. 13, 
1944; KK 23439. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 2613 
Plastic peel, aid to victory. For chemicals. © 
Feb. 17, 1944; KK 22430. 

Holeproof hosiery co., Milwaukee. 2614 

Style begins with underwear and hosiery. For 

hosiery and underwear. © Jan. 29, 1944; KK 23395, 

Holland (W. F.) agency, Cincinnati. 2615, 2616 

For butter; 

Rose brand creamery butter, © Oct. 13, 
1943; KK 23119. 

Rose brand creamery butter. © Oct, 14, 
1943; KK 23337, 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Houdaille-Hershey corp., Detroit. 2617 

Ice cubes of yesterday. For mechanical refrig- 
erator. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23190, 

Hufford machine works, inc., Redondo Beach, Calif. 

2618 
Hufford universal pneumatic jaw. For Hufford 
hydraulic bending and beveling machine, © Jan, 13, 
1944; KK 23392. 

Hyatt bearings div. General motors corp. See 
General motors corp. Hyatt bearings div. 

Hydrotex industries, Dallas. 2619, 2620 

For liquid asbestos roof coating: 

Hydrotex liquid asbestos roof coating con- 
taining petrogum. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23377. 

Waterproof, preserve, protect your roof. © 
Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23401. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 2621 

We keep telling them! For sterling inlaid sil- 
ver plate. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 23342. 

International telephone & telegraph corp. , New York. 

2622 
This way to island base. For electric communi- 
cations & direction finding equipment. © Feb. 7, 
1944; KK 23114. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 2623 

Wines with a past, etc. For wines. © Jan. 12, 
1944; KK 23137. 

Jacobson (Robin C.) See Leistner (Oscar) inc. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N, J. 

2624, 2625 



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For sutures: 

Ethicon eye sutures. © Dec. 14, 1943; KK 
23115. 

John B. Deavar, M. D., 1855-1931. © Jan= 
10, 1944; KK 23116. 

Jones 8i Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 2626 

Stone serves to make steel. For steel. © Feb. 
17, 1944; KK 23513. 

Katz (Herman M.) Columbus, O. 2627 

Improved net on discount calculator. For elec- 
trical conduit fittings. © Dec, 20, 1943; KK 23127. 

Kello^ CO., Battle Creek. 2628 

Listen, get hungry. For cereal breakfast foods. 
Rice krispies. © Apr. 13, 1933; KK 23485. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 2629 

Lots of protein! Small point cost! For cheese. 
© Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23380. 

Krupp & Tuffly, inc., Houston. 2630, 2631 

Career girl shoes. For women's shoes. © Jan. 

30, 1941; KK 23451. 

Career girl [shoes and bags] For women's 

shoes & handbags. © Jan, 30, 1941; KK 23450. 

Lady Raye cosmetics, Chicago. 2632 

Take one, a secret to women & men, girls & 
boys. For deodorant cream. © Nov. 22, 1943; 
KK 23321. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

2633-2836 
For cosmetics: 

Girl who landed a pilot. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23368. 

These hands come out of the wash soft and 
pretty! © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23370. 

It's etiquet to use etiquet deodorant cream. For 
deodorant cream. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23371. 

We've all gotta keep in fighting trim! For dis- 
infectant. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 23372. 

Leistner (Oscar) inc. & Jacobson (Robin C.) Chi- 
cago. 2637 
Christmas bell corsages. For Christmas bell 

corsages. © Feb. 12, 1944; KK 23394. 

Liberty motors & engineering corp., Baltimore. 

2638 
Back the attack = it drives them back. For air- 
craft service tools and test equipment. © Feb. 5, 
1944; KK 23511. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., JNew York. 

2639=2646 
For cigarettes: 

Chesterfield's 5 goal-winners. © Feb, 17, 
1944; KK 23374, 

Firsthand report, etc. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 
23287. 

5 key words to more smoking pleasure. © 
Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23185. 

Just a mirage. © Feb. 6, 1944; KK 23275. 

Lay that pistol down, pardner. © Feb. 10, 
1944; KK 23274. 

Open the door to a milder, better taste, etc. 
© Feb. 17, 1944; KK 23486. 

They're on the air, etc. © Feb. 3, 1944; KK 
23184. 

Top combination, etc. © Feb, 18, 1944; KK 
23373. 



2647, 2648 



Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 
For nail polish: 

I use dura-gloss. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23194, 
I use dura-gloss, I like nice things, etc. © 

Feb. 12, 1944; KK 23199. 

Los Angeles newspaper publishers assn., Los An- 
geles. 2649-2651 
For newspapers: 

Can you answer 7 out of 10? © Feb. 1, 1943; 
KK 23207. 

Look out! It's dangerous. © Jan. 28, 1943; 
KIC 23209. 

Try this quiz game for pleasure and profit. 
© Feb. 15, 1943; KK 23208. 

McGraw electric co. Bussmann mfg, co. div., St. 

Louis, 2652-2654 

Buss fusetrons. For Buss fusetrons. © Feb. 8, 
1944; KK 23212. 

Buss one-time fuses. For Buss one-time fuses. 
© Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23210. 

Buss special, old code and open fuses. For Buss 
special, old code and open fuses. © Feb, 8, 1944; 
KK 23211. 

Majestic radio & television Corp., Chicago. 

2655, 2656 
For radios and radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 
23120. 

Majestic radio news, © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 
23367. 

Marchand (Charles) co,, New York. 2657-2661 

For rinse for hair: 

Final touch of glamour: Make-up for your 
hair! © Sept. 18, 1942; KK 23318. 

How to make-up your hair to give it new 
sparkle and color. © May 6, 1942; KK 23317. 

Newest beauty trick: Make-up for your hair! 
© Feb, 27, 1942; KK 23314. 

Newest beauty trick: Make-up for your hair! 
A 3-minute miracle of loveliness, etc. © Mar. 4, 
1942; KK 23315. 

Try this exciting new make-up for your hair! 
© Mar. 27, 1942; KK 23316. 

Mercury chemical co., inc., Detroit. 2662 

Mercury chemical co. In design of wheel and 
wing. For chemical compounds. © Oct. 27, 1943; 
KK 23346. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 2663 

Lost: One ham on rye. For scotch cellulose 
tape. © Feb. 22, 1944; KK 23329, 

Moog industries, inc., St. Louis. 2664 

Motorists can't wait for the car of the future. 
For piston rings. © Jan. 8, 1944; KK 23510. 

Mutual products co,, Minneapolis. 2665 

White gold. For compound for calves, pigs and 
poultry. © Feb. 14, 1944, KK 23449. 

National distillers products corp., New York. 

2666-2678 
For whiskey: 

Best is bought first and fastest. © Sept 20, 
1943; KK 23456. 

Friend you'd like to see more of. © Sept 20, 
1943" KK 23455. 

' Head of the bourbon family. © Jan. 22, 1943; 

KK 23463. 



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2730 



Head of the bourbon family. © Feb. 12, 1943; 
XK 23462. 

Head of the boijrbon family. Always a rare 
treat, etc. © SepL 21, 1943; KK 23454. 

I have made rnanv whiskies, etc. © Jan. 3, 
1943; KK 23465. 

Old friend in a new bottle. © Jan. 19, 1943; 
KK 23464. 

One who waits is wise. © Sept. 21, 1943; KK 
23457. 

Same old proof of friendship. © May 13, 
1943; KK 23459. 

Signed, sealed and delicious. © June 11, 
1943; KK 23458. 

Signed, sealed and delicious. © July 30, 1943; 
KK 23460. 

Through six wars and 132 years, etc. © Dec. 
31; 1942; KK 23466. 

Word is going round. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 
23461. 

Nehi Corp., Columbus, Ga. 2679, 2580 

For beverage: 

Canteen hostess Linda Darnell says, It's my 
favorite cola! © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 23255. 

Wow I Tastes besti Says Betty Hutton, © 
Dec. 24, 1943; KK 23256. 

O'Leary (Lydia) inc.. New York. 2681 

Color chart. For covermark cosmetics. © Dec. 
30, 1943; KK 23323. 

Olson rug co., Chicago. 2682-2696 

For rugs: 

Beautiful new rugs from old. © Jan. 21, 1944; 
KK 23497. 

Beautiful new rugs from old. © Feb. 7, 1944; 
KK 23502. 

New rugs from old. © Sept. 1, 1943; KK 
23491, 

Olson does rug magic with materials you 
send. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 23493. 

Olson factory woi'ks magic with materials 
you send. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 23490. 

Olson rug magic. © Feb, 4, 1944; KK 23501. 

Olson rugs. Beautiful new rugs from old. © 
Feb, 18, 1944, KK 23504. 

Olson works rug magic witli materials you 
send, © SepL 20, 1943; KK 23492, 

Olson works rug magic with materials you 
.send. © Sept. 25,1 943; KK 23494. 

Olson works rug magic with materials you 
send. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23495. 

Olson works rug magic with old rugs, cloth- 
ing. © Jan. 25, 1944; KK 23499. 

Rug magic by Olson. © Jan. 18, 1944; KK 
23496. 

Rug magic by Olson. © Jan, 25, 1944; KK 
23498. 

Rug magic bv Olson. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 
23500. 

Rug magic by Olson. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
23503. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 2697-2700 

For silverware: 

Back home for keeps. © OcL 15, 1943; KK 
23259. 

Back home for keeps. There's a great day 
coming when you'll run down the path, etc. © Sept 
10, 1943; KK 23257. 

Back home for keeps. There's a great day 
coming, you're dreaming, etc. © Nov. 1, 1943, KK 
23260. 



Back home for keeps. Today he has a war on 
his hands, etc. © Oct. 10, 1943; KK 23258. 

Ortho products, inc., Linden, N. J. 2701, 2702 

For vaginal jelly: 

Future fertility is not impaired. © Jan. 31, 
1944; KK 23118. 

Spermicidal on contact © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 
23117. 

Paramount aquariom, inc.. New York. 2703 

Your finny pets, their care and health. For 
tropical fish, foods and remedies for their care. © 
Tan. 2, 1944; KK 23355. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 2704, 2705 

For fountain pen ink: 

Mounting shortage of first choice pensl © 
Jan. 12, 1944; KK 23382. 

Mountmg shortage of first-choice pens! V/hen 
you know that, etc. © Jan. 14, 1944; KK 23383. 

Pepsi-cola co.^New York. 2706 

Pepsi the Pepsi-cola cop [and the purse snatch- 
er] For soft drink. © Feb. 6, 1944; KK 23285. 

Petrogalar laboratories, inc., Chicago. 2707 

For hospitalized patients. For laxative. © Nov. 
15, 1943; KK 23279. 

Phillips petroleum co., Bartlesville,. Okl. 2708 

Serving oujt coimtry. For liquefied petroleum 
gas. © Nov. 22, 1943; KK 23526. 

Pillsbury feed mills div. Piilsbury flour mills co. 
See Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed mills 
div. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 2709=2730 
For breakfast cereal, farina: 

Golly, will there be enough farina? © Nov. 
20, 1943; KK 23304. 

Won't you folks have a bowl of my farina? © 
Dec. 20, 1943; KK 23307. 
For flour: 

Ever taste Pillsbury's pancakes? Isn't that 
4 kernels flavor somethingl © Oct 9, 1942; KK 
23292. 

Found: That real old-time buckwheat de- 
liciousness in a food that fills a wartime need! © 
Mar. 12, 1943; KK 23294, 

Home, home on the range. © Nov. 5, 1943; 
KK 23302. 

How to cure a man of muttering I want buck- 
wheats. © Jan. 9, 1942; KK 23289, 

Kow to make a man's face glow on a dark 
morning. © Mar. 6, 1942; KK 23290. 

How to trap a Jap zero, with an empty gar- 
bage can. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 23310, 

It's sno sheen, lovely, delicious and lullaby- 
light © Sept 29, 1943; KK 23300. 

It's the world's most wonderful waffle with 
soy! © Nov. 23, 1943; KK 23305. 

Lemon and spice, and everything nice. © 
Oct 29, 1943; KK 23301. 

Makes you glad you took a notion to bake a 
cake, it's sno sheen. © Nov. 29, 1943; KK 23306. 

Now for something special in pancakes! 
Pillsbury's, with that delicious 4 kernel flavor. © 
Dec. 4, 1942; KK 23293. 

Pillsbury's Cheddar biscuits with victory 
vegetables, a quick, wartime meal, so easy to make 
with dependable Pillsbury's best © Mar. 30, 
1943; KX 23296. 

Pillsbury's heart o' gold cake. © Apr. 6, 
1942; KK 23291. 



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© 



Pillsbury's short-on-shorteiiing cake 
Aug. 30, 1943; KK 23298. 

Put the prod in production with a platter o' 
Pillsbury's 4-kernel pancakes! © Mar. 26, 1943; 
KK 23295. 

Sno sheen salutes a very special occasion. © 
Dee. 29, 1943; KK 23308. 

Sound assembly! Here's Pillsbury's chevron 
casserole! © Jan. 18, 1943; KK 23309. 

Sure, I'm a grocer, and I sink subs too! © 
Sept. 15, 1943; KK 23299. 

This amazing bread makes its own sugar! © 
July 17, 1943; KK 23297. 

Wartime nourishment! Nut-iike taste! Excit- 
ing muffin ^ith soy! © Nov. 16, 1943; KK 23303. 

Pillsbiiry flour mills co. Pilisbury feed mills div., 
Clinton, la. 2731-2733 

For commercial livestock feeds: 

Pillsbury's best calf starter. © Oct. 22, 
1943; KK 23171. 

Pillsbury's best hog supplement. © Jan. 12, 
1944; ICK 23172. 

Pillsbury's best breeder mash. For commer- 
cial poultry fee. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 23173. 

Potts (Horace T.) co,, Philadelphia. 2734, 2735 
For steel: 

For want of a shoe. © Mar. 30, 1942; KK 
23187. 

Lost: Valuable hours of production time. 
Between sunrise and sunset, etc. © Mar. 30, 1942; 
KK 23186. 

Press -on, inc.. New York. 2736, 2737 

For adhesive mending tape: 

Dress it up with press-on. Make it do with 
Press-on. © Feb. 16, 1944; KK 23217. 

Teachers, students! © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23218. 

Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See California fruit growers exchange. Products 
dept. 

Pullman-Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 

2738, 2739 

For railroad eauipment: 

All aboard for victory, 1944. © Jan. 21, 1944; 
KK 23366. 

1944, 10th birthday of the streamliner. © 
Feb. 5, 1944; KK 23364. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St. Louis. 2740 
Do the job right! For piston rings. © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 23393. 

Safety ear protector co., Los Angeles. 2741 

Simple solution to the problem of industrial 
noise. For ear protectors. © Jan. 12, 1944; KK 
23325. 

Saks & CO., New York. 2742-2754 

Designer looks at sprLig. For suit. © Jan. 31, 
1944; KK 23389. 
For dresses: 

Chalk up beige. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23203. 
Something's going on behind your back. © 
Feb. 6, 1944; KK 23357. 
For general merchandise: 

Rum's the word! © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23326. 
Saks Fifth avenews. © Jan. 30, 1944; KK 
23359. 

Fruit cocktails. For millinery. © Feb. 11, 
1944; KK 23204. 



Hothouse cotton. For suit, blouse and dresses. 
© Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23390. 

Mrs. Butterfield's mink coat. For mink coats. 
© Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23219. 

Ripple brim for the chignon, ripple brim for the 
upsweep. For custom millinery, © Feb. 7, 1944; 
KK 23349. 

Side wise strategy. For custom hats. © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 23324. 

Straight from the shoulder. For two suits, one 
coat and two blouses. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 23358. 

Streamlined suits. For suits and blouse. ©Feb. 
9, 1944; KK 23202. 

Witty on your head. Pretty on your heart. For 
jewelry. © Feb. 13, 1944; KK 23284. 

Schenley distillers corp,. New York, 2755 

Oh, what a beautiful morning! For whiskey. © 
Jan. 24, 1944; KK 23426. 

Schering corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 2756 

Schering introduces estinyl, potent, safe and 
economical. For estinyl oral estrogens. © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 23402. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 2757 

One and only season skipper, two complete 
coats in one. For ladies' coats. © Jan. 27, 1944; 
KK 23193. 

Seven-151 CO., St. Louis. 2758 

Fresh up while you work! For soft drink. © 
Jan. 21, 1944; KK 23381. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co.. Fort Madison, la. 2759 
Get Sheaffer's quality when you buy leads, eras- 
ers. For pencil leads, erasers and writing fluid. 
© Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23205. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N, J. 2760, 2761 
Teacher, how about getting us some of these 

nifty Singer school kits? For Singer school kits. 

© Jan. 29, 1944; KK 2S339. 

\^'hat can you do for a girl with 5 thumbs? For 

sewing machines and Singer form. © Feb. 1, 1944; 

KK 23191. 

Singer sewing machine co., New York. 2762-2766 

Aproveche los adelantos de la costura moderna. 
For Singer oil, needles, parts. © Aug. 15, 1942; 
KK 23177. 

Este letrero significa servicio de costiira. For 
Singer needles, parts. © June 15, 1942; KK 23175. 

Ideas valiosas. For Singer oil, needles and 
attachments. © Sept. 15, 1942; KK 23n8. 

Para sacar mayor provecho a su maquina Sing- 
er. For sewing machines. © May 15, 1942; KK 
23174. 

Sugestiones para facilitar la costura. For Sing- 
er oil and parts. © July 15, 1942; KK 23176. 

Sonotone corp,, Elmsford, N. Y. 2767 

One hat won't fit all heads. For hearing aid. © 
Feb. 11, 1944; KK 23218. 

Staley (A. E.) mfg. co., Decatur, 111. 2768 

Give them the good-ness of stoy -enriched 
meals. For soy flour. © Jan. 8, 1944; KK 23447. 

Standard blouse, inc., New York. 2769 

Miss April a **** blouse. For ladies blouse. © 
Feb. 19, 1944; KK 23409. 

Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 

2770-2772 



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Standard ban- ice. For compound for prevention 
of freezing of water condensation in motor fuel 
lines, filters, pumps and tanks. © Oct. 15, 1943; 
KK 23312. 

Standard sheep dip. For insecticide, germicide, 
disinfectant, deodorant. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 23444. 

Standard starting fluid. For starting fluid. © 
Nov. 15, 1943; KK 23311. 

Studebaker Corp., South Bend, Ind. 2773, 2774 

For airplane engines and military trucks: 

Got to get ready for a busy season, sonl © 
Feb. 14, 1944; KK 23288. 

When the marines got Lukavich they took a 
good man. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 23509. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 2775 

Milk makes the flavor. For oleomargarine. © 
Dec. 31, 1943; KK 23197. 



Sylvania electric products, inc., Salem, Mass. 



2776 



8 ways to solve your lighting problems. For 
fluorescent fixtures. © Jan. 8, 1944; KK 23524. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 2777 

Tastykake arrests hunger, 96. For cake. © 
Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23507. 

Teuscher pulley & belting co., St Louis. 2778 

Increase te-co rubber belting sales with this 
handsome belt rack. For rubber beltii^, belt lac- 
ing, belt rack, belt dressing. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23183. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 2779 

Just can't get enough of that aged-in, sealed-in 
flavor! For beer. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 23271. 

Trade lithograph & ptg. co., inc.. New York. 2780 
Flip-it! For hats. © Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23286. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 2781, 2782 

Ideas which solve wartime floor troubles. For 

mastic flooring, protective paints. © Feb. 1, 1944; 

KK 23129. 

Tremco adhesives for overseas packaging. For 

waterproof sealer for liners of overseas cases. © 

Feb. 17, 1944; KK 23347. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 2783-2785 

For ready-pasted wallpaper: 

New magic for dull kitchens! © Jan. 26,1944; 
KK 23181. 

New wallpaper miracle! © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 
23182. 

Now! Have closets that look and smell like ce- 
dar! For ready-pasted cedar closet paper. © Feb. 
8, 1944; KK 23410. 

United feature syndicate, inc.. New York. 2786 

Li'l Abner, halpme! For wheat breakfast food. 
© Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23245. 

United wallpaper factories, inc., Chicago. 2787 

How to be wallpaper -wise in one easy lesson! 

For unitized wallpaper. © Feb. 20, 1944; KK 23432. 

Victory novelty co. See Belotf (Morris), d. b. a. 
Victory novelty co. 

Vital foods corp., Evanston, 111. 2788 

Vita might. For vitamin and mineral capsules. 
© Jan. 3, 1944; KK 23327. 



Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc. , Peoria, III. 

2789, 2790 
For whiskey: 

First grandson. © Jan. 24, 1944; KK 23338. 
War bonds. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 23477. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 2791-2793 

For tooth brush: 

Go smiling all through life, get the finest 
tootlibrush money can buvl © Jan. 25, 1944; KK 
23386. 

Prime essential of your life. © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 23384, 

Through the years for health and beauty, the 
finest toothbrush money can buy! © Jan. 13, 1944; 
KK 23385. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 2794-2796 

For neck ties: 

And look at dad, wearing my Wembley tie! © 
Feb. 18, 1944; KK 23396. 

First in quality. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23475. 

Let's plan ahead. Wembley for quality now, 
and post war. © Dec. 22, 1943; KK 23400. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO., div., New Haven. 2797, 2798 

Riflery is a lifetime sport For ammunition. © 
Dec. 21, 1943; KK 23331. 

Winchester batteries provide a full charge of 
bulletfast light Roman torch. For flashlight bat- 
teries. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23332. 

Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

2799-2814 
For confections: 

All that he wants from you. © Mar. 10, 1943; 
KK 23223. 

Bless his heart, he remembered! © May 5, 
1943; KK 23225. 

Easter bonnet, Easter sampler. © Apr. 7. 
1943; KK 23224. 

Eyes that say, you are the one. © Nov. 17, 
1943; KK 23234. 

Gift that speeds the journey. © June 30, 1943; 
KK 23227. 

It means a lot now, being remembered! © 
Jan. 6, 1943; KK 23221. 

It wouldn't be Christmas without © Dec. 15, 
1943; KK 23236. 

It's smart to say merry Christmas like this. 
© Nov. 26, 1943; KK 23235. 

It's the thoughtful thing to do. © June 2, 1943; 
KK 23226. 

It's things like these that say you're smart 
© Oct 29, 1943; KK 23233. 

Love, honor and remember that anniversary. 
© Sept 22, 1943; KK 23230. 

Nice things that stamp you as knowing how. © 
Sept 29, 1943; KK 23231. 

Sea-going fighter, thoughtful husband. © Aug. 
25, 1943; KK 23229. 

Valentine's day is February 14th. © Feb. 10, 
1943; KK 23222. 

Woman never forgets the man who remem- 
bers. © July 28, 1943; KK 23228. 

You can't express all in words alone. © Oct 
20, 1943; KK 23232. 

Wilson distilling co., inc., Bristol, Pa. 2815, 2816 
For whiskey: 

Here, convince yourself. ©Aug. 29, 1940; KK 
23376. 

Within your reach! © Aug. 22, 1S40; KK 23375. 



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2817 



pt IV, n. &., V. 39 



Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Winches- 
ter repeating arms co. div. 

Yeomans bros. co., Chicago. 2817, 2818 

Yeomans form A screenless centrifugal sewage 
ejector. For screenless centrifugal sewage ejec- 
tor. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23446. 



Yeomans model G air cooled rotary air com- 
pressors and vacuum pumps. For rotary air com- 
pressors and vacuum pumps. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 
23158. 

Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 2819 

Greater, ever greater, grows. For radionic 
hearing aid. © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 23348, 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 



826 



44 



PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[2819 



American tobacco co. 


1-5 


Cracker Jack - now here is the field. RR 91, 


For cigarettes': 




Jan. 24, 1944. 


Shilling in London ~ a quarter here. 


RR 81, 


Cracker Jack - oh! oh I RR 90, Jan. 24, 1944. 


Nov. 20, 1943. 




Cracker Jack - the whimsical peanuts. RR 


Shilling in London - a quarter here. 


RR 82, 


92, Jan. 24, 1944. 


Nov. 20, 1943. 




Cracker Jack - we shell all the goobers. RR 


Shilling in London - a quarter here. 


RR 83, 


94, Jan. 24, 1944. 


Nov. 20, 1943. 




© Cracker Jack co., Chicago. 


Shilling in London - a quarter here. 


RR 84, 




Nov. 20, 1943. 




Quaker oats co. . 12 


Shilling in London - a quarter here. 
Nov. 20, 1943. 


RR 85, 


Secret of perfect pancakes. For pancake flour. 




© Quaker oats co., Chicago. RR 79, Nov. 17, 


© American tobacco co., New York. 




1943. 


Cracker Jack co. 


6-11 




For confection; 




Sprague- Warner Kenny corp. is 


Cracker Jack. RR 93, Jan. 24, 1944. 




Mongola brand. For chop suey sauce. © 


Cracker Jack - come on, see Lhe 


poppers. 


Sprague-Warner Kenny Corp., Chicago. RR 87, 


RR 89, Jan. 24, 1944. 




Nov. 30, 1943. 



I 



45 



LABELS 



Abell chair & novelty mfg. co., inc., Brooklyn. 

2820 
Tot trainer. For children's toilet seat. © Feb. 
4, 1944; KK 23159. 

Aldama products co. See Foster (R. L.), d, b. a. 
Aldama products co. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., New York. 2821-2823 
Austenal teeth by the micromold process. For 

artificial porcelain teeth. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 

23398. 

Vital on Austenal resins. For artificial resin 

dentures. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23397. 

Vitalon resin teeth. For artificial resin teeth. 

© Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23399. 

Aviation corp., Detroit. 2824 

Avco automatic door operator. For mechanical 
door operator. © Dec. 16, 1943; KK 23213. 

Beech-nut packing co., Canajoharie, N. Y. 2825 
Beech-nut root beer flavored candy drops. For 
candy drops. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 23242. 

Bird & son, inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 2826 

KDK. For shoe box label. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 
23506. 

Clayton (A. C.) printing co., St. Louis. 2827, 2828 
For shoes: 

ArtCraft footwear fine shoes, exclusive, 
original designs. © Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23130. 

Peters bros. shoe salon, Oakland, fine foot- 
wear. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 23273. 

Cohn Ooseph M.) New York. 2829 

Button hobby. For buttons for collection. © 
July 25, 1940; KK 23445. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 2830 

Windex. For liquid preparation for cleaning 

glass and similar surfaces. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23110. 

Easi-bild pattern co., Pleasantville, N. Y. 2831 
Step-saver kitchen unit. For printed paper pat- 
terns. © Feb. 20, 1942; KK 23189. 

Foster (R. L.), d. b. a. Aldama products co., Los 
Angeles. 2832 

E-Z chili mix. For food. © Oct. 29, 1943; KK 

23416. 

Glemby co., inc.. New York. 2833 

Cupid fine mesh net stretches to conform to 
head. For hair nets. © Dec. 31, 1943; KK 23282. 

Gospel recordings, inc., Los Angeles. 2834 

Buenas nuevas electrical transcription. For re- 
cordings. © Dec. 2, 1943; KK 23525, 

Great star soluble coffee co.. New York. 

2835, 2836 
Great star coffee vitamin-Bl added. For in- 
stantly soluble 100 o/opure coffee. ©Jan. 5, 1944; 
KK 23483. 



Solcafe. Instantly soluble coffee extract. For 
coffee extract combined with dextrine, maltose and 
dextrose. © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 23272. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. 
Y. 2837 

Pan-cake mix. For flours for making pancakes, 

waffles, etc. © Jan. 25, 1944; KK 23135. 

Jaygol products corp., Brooklyn. 2838, 2839 

Jaygol bed bug abolisher. Forltedbug abolishing 

liquid. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 23244. 

Jaygol roach abolisher. For roach abolishing 

powder. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 23243. 

Johnson (E. Sawyer), d. b.a. E. Sawyer Johnson co.. 
Bay Cit^, Mich. 2840 

Johnson s new Improved bowl cleaner. For 

cleaner for cleaning toilet bowls & urinals. © Dec. 

3, 1943; KK 23476, 

Johnson (E. Sawyer) co. See Johnson (E. Sawyer), 
d. b. a. E. Sawyer Johnson co. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 

2841, 2842 

Johnson's drax. For stain and water repellent 
textile finish. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 23481. 

Johnson's paints. For paints and enamels. © 
Jan, 26, 1944; KK 23482. 

Lady Raye cosmetics. See Smitjah (H.), d. b. a. 
Lady Raye cosmetics. 

Mathews (David Seldon), d. b. a. Vitamins for in- 
dustry, Los Angelefe. 2843 
Vitasalt, For preparation to replace vitamin 

and salt losses due to perspiration, © Sept, 15, 

1943; KK 23341. 

Mercury chemical co., inc., Detroit. 2844-2846 
Aero kleen. For cleaning compound for aircraft 

metals. © Oct. 27^ 1943; KK 23345. 

Ferro kleen. For cleaning compound for ferrous 

metals. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 23344. 

Kiq)rQ^ kleen. For cleaning compound for-Jirass 

and copper. © Oct. 27, 1943; KK 23343. 

Michaels & co., inc., Brooklyn. 2847 

Triple -tested fvurniture. For furniture, ©Feb. 

4, 1944; KK 23283. 

Nowotarski (Rose), d. b. a. Torry's laboratories, 
Chicago. 2848 

Torry's herb remedy. For herb tonic. © Jan. 

13, 1943; KK 23252, 

Parfums de Dana, inc, New York, 2849 

Bolero cosmetics. For cosmetics. © Feb. 14, 
1944; KK 23415. 

Parker (J. T.) Fort Worth, 2850 

Cool bar. For frozen confection. © June 15, 
1943; KK 23123. 

Phillips (Harold C), d. b. a. Pure beverage co., 
Philadelphia. 2851, 2852 



46 



LABELS 



no. 2, 1944 



For cola soft drink: 

Cherry cola custom blend. © Jan. 5, 1944; 
KK 23108. 

Lemon cola custom blend. © Jan. 5, 1944; 
KK 23109. 

Pure beverage co. See Phillips (Harold C), d. b. 
a. Pure beverage co. 

Smiths, inc., Newmarket, N. H. 2853 

Little Yankee, G54. For footwear. © Jan. 13, 
1944; KK 23448. 

Smiijah (H.), d. b. a. Lady Raye cosmetics, Chi- 
cago. 2854 
Charm for the arm. For deodorant cream. © 

Nov. 22, 1943; KK 23322. 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 2855, 2856 

For baking powder: 

New royal. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 23214. 

New royal. 5 lbs. © Jan. 17, 1944; KK 23215. 

Suppiger (G. S.) co., St. Louis. 2857 

Brooks victory sauce. For food sauce. © Jan. 
3, 1944; KK 23480. 



2862 



2858, 2859 



Timbrock (C. D.) Massillon, O. 
For flour: 

Harvest king. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23125, 
Prosperity fancy wonder flour, quality. © 

Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23124. 

Torry's laboratories. See Nowotarski (Rose), d. b. 
a. Torry's laboratories. 

Toy creations, inc., Jersey City. 2860 

Planeettes. For game of airplane silhouettes. 
© Dec. 17, 1943; KK 23319. 

Vitamins for industry. See Mathews (David Sel- 
don), d. b. a. Vitamins for industry. 



Wausau brewing co., Wausau, Wis. 2861 

Schoen's old lager. For beer. © Dec. 1, 1943; 
KK 23134. 



Welch's candy, ltd., Los Angeles. 2862 

Welch's blue bar. For candy and confections. © 
Oct. 28, 1943; KK 23340. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 128 



47 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[2862 



Detroit graphite co. 1-3 

For paint: 

Degraco painL RR 77, Nov. 15, 1943. 

Sta-white. RR 78, Nov. 15, 1943. 

Superior graphite paint RR76,Nov. 15, 1943. 
© Detroit graphite co., Detroit 

Interstate bakeries corp. 4 

Butter =nut bread. For bread. © Interstate bak- 
eries Corp., Kansas City, Mo. RR 86, Nov. 26, 1943. 

Manville Jenckes corp. 5 

Manville curtain Swiss. For textile fabrics. © 
Manville Jenckes Corp., Manville, R^ L RR 95, Jan. 
29, 1944. 





6 


© 


Peter M. 


88, 


Dec. 18, 



Resetar (Peter M.) 

Square deal. For fresh fruit 
Resetar, Watsonville, Calif. RR 
1943. 



Skookum packers assn. 7 

Skookum. For fresh apples. © Skookum pack- 
ers assn., Wenatchee, Wash, RR 96, Feb. 7, 1944. 



United States playing card co. 8 

Blue ribbon. For playing cards. © United 
States playing card co., Cincinnati. RR80, Nov, 17, 
1943. 



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THE LIBRAEY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACI& OP CONGBESS OF MARCH 3, 1891 
OP 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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 3 



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 copyright pro- 
prietor 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. 

' n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial Illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of 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. 
To save space In the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title Is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used In this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," 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 prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" Implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt In the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or otlier 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 tiie 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, Washington, D. C, 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: 

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Lectures, and Maps r 3.00 

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Part 2, Periodicals - 2.00 

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Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

Including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2,00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year 10.00 



(II) 



NOTICE 

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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that. 
Insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, are still 
remaining in tlie 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 copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

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

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on) 



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 copjn^lght proprietor are 
the same. 



Allan (Jan)* 2863-2871 

Airedale, 257. - Chihuaha, 259, • Fawn, 247. - 
Chrouse, 208. - Lamb, 248. - Mallard drake, 207. - 
Mallard duck, 209. - Pug dog, 258. - Smooth fox 
terrier, 256. © Jan. 15, 1944; G 43130-43138. 

Backer (Alexander) co. 2872-2876 

Turner (Raymond): 

Goddess with bow, 281. © Feb. 17, 1944; G 
43064. 

EoUday, 279, 280. © Feb. 10, 1944; G 43061, 
43062. 

Milady flower holder, 277. © Feb. 1, 1944; G 
43063. 

Swans, 282. © Mar. 6, 1944; G 43065. 

Balancio (Mariano Libadia)* 2877 

World's greatest man. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1944; G 
43141.. 

Bastion bros. co. 2878 

Wratten (William) 

War veteran. © 1 c. Feb. 18, 1944; G 42990. 

Blakely (Eugene Oswald) 2879-2886 

Blakely (Gene [i. e. E. O.]): 

Bear. - Brimhilde. - Dragon. - Fafner and^ 
Fasolk. - Hare. - King Gunther. - Rhine maidens. - 
Siegfried. © 1 c. each Dec. 27, 1943; G 43(X>9- 
43018. 

Borden co. 2887 

Carnell (Gertrude Ruth): 

Cow's head. © Dec. 15, 1943; G 42996. 

Cayuga pottery co. 2888-2891 

Garee (Max): 

Cornell pitcher. - Darby deer. - Long dachs- 
hund. - Three leg hillbilly dog. © Mar. 28, 1944; 
G 43126-43129. 

Chlnnock (Harry S.)* 2892 

Angel with outspread wings holding a lily. © 1 c . 
Jan. 26, 1944; G 42991. 

Davis (James D.)* 2893 

Memory. © 1 c. Feb. 4, 1944; G 43079. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 2894-2916 

Arizona canyon. - Desert landscape. - Cscand 
Canyon. - Medicine bird. - Ranch. - Sheep on the 
desert. - Shinumo Altar. - Young Navajo, with 
sheep. © 1 c. each Mar. 10, 1944; G 43001-43008. 

Canyon. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1944; G 43145. 

Desert thunderhead. - Navajo, © 1 c. each Mar. 
13, 1944; G 43019, 43020. 

Indian trapper. - Indian village. - Injuns. - Lone 
scout. - Medicine man. - Messengers. - Signal 
from the hilltop. - Strange moccasin. - Trapper. - 
Warning. - Whoa-Haws are coming. ©- 1 c. each 
Mar. 22, 1944; G 43067-43077. 

Shepherdess, Navajo. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 1944; G 
43113. 



Detor jewelers, ltd. 2917-2928 

Barnard (Celia Potter) & Trueman (Elinor): 
Ancient Hawaiian dance. - Diamond Head. - 
Discovery of Hawaiian Islands. - Hawaiian native 
feast. - Honolulu Harbor. - Honolulu street scene. - 
lolani palace. - Mauna Loa. - Monument to Captain 
Cook. - Pearl Harbor. - aiversword. - Waimea 
Canyon. © 1 c. each Mar. 11, 1944; G 48021-43032. 



Drake (Conrad A.)* 

Geo-celo navigation. 
43098. 



2929 
1 c. Dec. 21, 1943; G 



Foreign mission sisters of St. Dominic, inc. 

2930, 2931 
Pierre (Marie): 

Joseph (St.) © Dec 7, 1943; G 43100. 
Queen of Peace. © Dec. 3, 1943; G 43101. 

Gardner (Norman W.)* 2932 

Wee Winkle Worm. © 1 c. liar. 16, 1944; G 
43125. 

Graham (Louis Paul)* . 2933, 2934 

Cochins. - Jersey blues. © 1 c. each Mar. 27, 
1944; G 43158, 43159. 



Grieve (Maurice)* 

Madonna and Child. 
43099. 



2935 
1 c Feb. 3, 1944; G 



Herbert (Lionel)* 2936 

Manpower for peacepower. © 1 c. I^u-. 13, 1944; 
G 43035. 

Holy Ghost Fathers. 2937 

Helm (Robert): 

Mary Immaculate, Queen of Peace, pray for 
us. © Aiff. 4, 1944; G 43156. 

Jennewein (C. Paul)* 2938, 2939 

Victory gardener. © 1 c Mftr. 22, 1944; G 43066. 
War bond buyer. © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1944; G 43040. 

Karcher (Walter T.) & Smith (Livingston)* 

2940-2943 
Lawrenceville school field house: Entrance de- 
tail. - Entrance interior. - Front elevation. - In- 
terior. © 1 c. each Mar. 7, 1944; G 43104-43107. 

King features syndicate, inc. 2944-2974 

Bundy (Gilbert): 

Artist with the Pacific fighting fleet, 11, 13, 
22, 23, 26. © Feb. 13, 1944; G 43081-43085. 

Great artist reports the war, 4-10. © Feb. 
20, 1944; G 43086-43092. 

In the fight for the Pacific, 17-21, 25. © Jan. 
30, 1944; G 43046-43051. 

Men facing battle, 54, 55, 57, 59. - We take 
another Jap island, 50-53. © Apr. 2, 1944; G 43148- 
43155. 

War as a great artist sees it. 3, 12, 14, 15, 16. 
© Feb. 6, 1944; G 43052.43055, 43102. 



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2975 



pt. IV. n. s,. v. 39 



Lime cola co. 2975 

Schlemer (Arthur W.): 

Difference you can taste. © 1 c. Jan. 25, 1944; 
G 43078. 

Linlnger (William Wesley)* 2976, 2977 

Babyklns: 

Feet. - Hands. © 1 c. each Jan. 31, 1944| G 
4S005, 43096. 

McCarty (Lea F.)* 2978, ?979 

China boy. - China girl. © May 5, 1948; G 43093, 
43004. 

McCullough (Catherine Miller)* 2980 

Singing Jenny. © Dec. 28, 1943; G 43144. 

Macdonald (Marian)* 2981-2964 

Christmas clock, 1-4. © 1 c.each Mar. 13,1044; 
G 43036-43039. 

McFarland (Helen Hartz)* 2985 

Victory pup. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1944; G 43146. 

Marsteller (Sylvester A.)* 2986 

Group syndiols of peace and liberty. © 1 c. Feb. 

9, 1944; G 43018. 

Maxwell -Davis, Inc. 2987 

Greenberg (Samuel S.): 

Lab -tested milk at no extra cost. © 1 c. Mar. 

10, 1944; G 43017. 

Miller (Charles WUliam)* 2988 

Futuroslty. © 1 c. Mar. 1, 1944; G 43043. 

Nordvall (C. Arthur)* 2989 

Tree of life vase. © Sept. 11, 1943; G 43116. 

Nutly (Thomas James)* 2990 

R(^ of honor. © 1 c. Apr. 4, 1944; G 43143. 

Pucclo (Gaspare)* 2991 

Salome. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1944; G 43060. 



Rzeznlk (Maryan M.)* 2994, 2995 

Armor of victory. - Guardians of the scouts. © 
1 c. each Mar. 16, 1944; G 43044, 43045. 

Schratt (FrankA.)* 2996-2998 

Sharing the spotlight. -Top star. - Winning pair. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 20, 1944; G 43056-43058. 

Shafer (Chester Werntz)* 2999 

Memorial stained glass window to pipe organ 
pumper. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1944; G 43147. 

Supko (Charles J.)* 3000 

Rip roarln. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1944; G 43157. 

Swlerczek (Stanislaus)* 3001 

Poland, etc. and Saint Andrew Bobola. © 1 c. 
lAar. 17, 1944; G 43124. 

Taylor (Elizabeth R.)* 3002 

Spring bonnet. © 1 c. Mar. 2, 1944; G 43097. 

Turf g&mes co. 3003 

Howarth (Earl L.): 

Royal flush. © 1 c. Nov. 27, 1942; G 43033. 

Valentine (Fay W.)* 3004 

Mike, the good luck gremlin. © 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1944; G 43042. 

Vermont marble co. 3005-3011 

Whltehouse (Louis A.) Cemetery memorial de- 
sign: 

Garner, D9-2774. - Wembley, 8088. © Feb. 
29, Mar. 2, 1944; G 43080, 43103. 

Whltehouse (Louis A.) War memorial: 

Atlantic, C. - Greensville, B. - Marlborough, 
E. - Newburyport, D. - Plymouth, A. © Mar. 20, 
1944; G 43108-43112. 

Waehner (John) mfg. co.. Inc. 3012, 3013 

Von Eckardt (Lydla): 

Hello theret - Little friends. © Oct. 1, 1943; 
G 43114, 43115. 

Wllklns (Harry RusseU) 3014 

Law (Margaret M.): 

Lf^end of the peach. © 1 c. Mar. 18, 1944; 
G 43059. 



Ripley (Alden Lassell)* 2992 




Wild turkey. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; G 43041. 


Zellte. 3015-3018 




Canter (Eleanor Z.): 


Rosary foundation. Inc. 2993 


Christopher. - Mariana. © Aug. 17, 1943; G 


Rasko (M. Attrel): 


42998, 42999. 


Our Lady of Fatlma. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1944; G 


Lady Margaret. - Sir Cedrlc. © Oct. 27, 


43034 


1943; G 42997, 43000. 



Number of entries of Works of Art Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 



568 



50 



CLARES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Albree (G. Norman) 3019-3021 

Albree drill-dock. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34024. 
Albree di : \l-grlnding attachment. © 1 c. Feb. 

26, 1944; I 34002. 

GoU-tee. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1944; I 34089. 



Allen (Howard D.) 

Suction holdlivs device. 
34038. 



3022 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 



Allen mfg. co. 3023 

Aliens preferred. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1944; J 36500. 

American automobile assn. Traffic engineering & 
safety dept. 3024, 3025 

We look all-ways before crossing, 157. © Jan. 4, 

1944; K 55250. 

We wear white at night, 156. © Dec. 1, 1943; K 

55251. 

American cyanamld co. 3026-3028 

[Furloughs] © Dec. 15, 1943; K 55206. 
Tinting strength graph on percentage basis jiith 
white and color varying. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1944; 1 
34095. 

Tinting strength graph, substituting white pig- 
ment at constant color usage. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 1944; 
I 34096. 

Andersen (Karl Albert) 3029 

Edith window safety ladder in cabinet form. © 1 
c. Mar. 15, 1944; I 34100. 

Anderson (Fritz J.) 3030 

Sewing cabinet. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34036. 

ArenzGohnA.) 3031-3034 

Arenz solderless connectors. © 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1944; I 34004. 

Double thread connector. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; 
I 34007. 

Solderless lugs, angle type. - Solderless termi- 
nal lugs. © 1 c. each Mar. 2, 1944; I 34020, 34021. 

Asbury (Stanley Joseph) 3035 

Propeller copter. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1944; I 34029. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 3036-3063 

Bronze bushing, 11304-A, 12174, 17378. - C. L 
bearing. 17371. - Forged steel pinion S-1 [and] S. C. 
gear S-2, 17376. - M. S. clutch and sprocket S-1, 
17373. - M. S. clutch gear S-1, 17375. - M. S. double 
clutch S-1, 17372. - U. S. split ring S-2. Bronze 
washer S-3. Center pin S-1. Bronze bushing S-4, 
14872. - R. S. wheel S-1. Bronze bushing S-2. 
Bronze thrust washer S-3, 14871. - Rail under turn- 
table, 14892. - Rolled steel wheels, 17380. - S. C. 
bearing, 17377. - S. C. center pin base, 11308. - S. 
C. center pin support, 11307. -S. C.drum and gear, 
11303-A. - S. C. gears S-1. Forged steel pinions 
S-2, 17379. - S. C. sleeve eccentric, 11306. - S. C. 
wheel, 12175. - Sprocket S-1, 17374. - Transfer car 
rail stop, 14891. - Wheel axle S-1. Latch S-2, 14873. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 10, 1944; I 34059-34080. 



90 ton transformer transfer car, 30-479, 30-479 
-A - 30-479-C. © 1 c. each Mar. 10, 1944; I 34081- 
34084. 

100 ton transfer car turntable, 30-480, 30-480-A. 
© 1 c. each Mar. 10, 1944; I 34085, 34086. 

Atlas educational film co. 3064-3069 

Boring to close tolerances, 11. - Cutting an in- 
ternal taper pipe thread, 9. - Machining work held in 
chuck, use of reference surfaces, 1^. - Turning 
work held on a fixture, 10. - Turning work held on 
a mandrel, 13. - Using a boring bar between cen- 
ters; work held on carriage, 16. © Mar. 8, 1944; J 
36483-36488. 



Baker (George) 

Sad sack. © Mar. 24, 1944; K 55355. 



3070 



Baker art gallery, inc. 3071, 3072 

Bricker ( Governor) of Ohio, 6. - Bricker (John 
W.) 1. © Jiui. 1, 1944; J 36513, 36514. 

Barr co. 3073 

General arrangement plan. 18 foot self-righting 
life raft - twenty person. © 1 c. Feb. 29, 1944; I 
34006. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd. 3074-3076 

De Blives ( Mademoiselle) : by E. E. Milner. © 

May 1, 1943; H 2702. 

GladioU; by Catherine Wood. © Jan. 1, 1944; H 

2700, 

. Red earth; by Cyril W. Bion. © Sept. 1, 1943; H 

2701. 

Bennoon (Mendel) 3077 

Mohel certificate. © Nov. 1, 1943; K 55182. 



Boston store. 

Jot-it-down calendar. 



3078 
Dec. 22, 1943; K 54976. 



Boyd (Charles R.) 3079 

Magnetic retriever pencil. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; 
I 34033. 

Brewer (Noble E.) 3080, 3081 

Amateur radio station W9DKK. Receiver and 
modulator unit on table. - Amateur radio station 
W9DKK. Tall radio frequency transmitter rack. © 
1 c. each Feb. 22, 1944; J 36502, 36503. 

Brown (Kenneth Raymond) 3082 

Parts for aircraft navigation game. [Game of 

transport command] © Nov. 17, 1943; K 55273. 

Brown & Bigelow. 3083-3096 

Alcan highway, 34170. - Cairo, Agmar street, 

34165. - Flying forts on British airdrome, 34163. - 
Market place in Sicily, 34172. - Moorish quarters, 
Algiers, 34168. - Moscow, KremUn, 34171. - Mos- 
que at Basra, Turkey, 34164. - Nankow Pass, China 
wall, 34161. - Native pile village. Port Moresby, 

34166. - Shipyard on the Delaware, 34167. - Temple 
in Burma, 34169. - Waterfront at Valletta, Malto, 
34162. © Mar. 6, 1944; K 55207-55218. 



51 



3097 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Peace, 24-131. © Mar. 6, 1944; K 55220. 
They're all tops - but which one, 24-433. © Feb. 
15, 1944; K 55219. 

Bunk (Anthony) 3097 

^ Acid dilution chart. © Feb. 21, 1944; I 34012. 

Bush (J. G.) 3098 

What are we going to do with our stock, Adolph? 
© Jan. 31, 1944; K 55173. 

California aero glider co., inc. 3099-3107 

Sk]rway express: 

Front view. - Left rear view, cargo door open. 

- Left rear view, door closed. - Left rear view, 
loading. - Left side view. - Right rear view, loading. 

- Tail view. - Top, left, front view. - Top view. © 
1 c. each Mar. 18, 1944; J 36515-36523. 

Calvin co. 3108-3112 

Community canning, 1. - Reconditioning a grain 
drill, 4. - Reconditioning a mower, part 1, cutter 
bar, 1. - Reconditioning a two-bottom tractor plow, 
3. - Sheep shearing, 1. © Feb. 28, 1944; J 36538- 
36542. 



3113-3123 



Canada. Department of national defence. 

Universal carrier: 

Bogie assembly, removal, stripping replace- 
ment, C. A. F. S. 50-4. - Brakes.'^peration, inspec- 
tion, adjustment, C. A. F. S. 50-5. - Engine and 
transmission, installation, C. A. F. S. 50-9. - Engine 
and transmission, removal, C, A. F. S. 50-8. - In- 
spection, parti, C. A. F. S. 50-1; part 2, C. A. F. 3. 
50-2. - Lubrication, C. A. F. S. 50-11. - Rear axle 
assembly, removal and installation, C. A. F. S. 50- 
10. - Servicing the tracks, C. A. F. S. 50-3. - Steer- 
ing system, how it works, C. A. F. S. 50-6. - Steer- 
ing system, inspection and adjustment, C. A. F. S. 
50-7. © 1 c. each Mar. 20, 1944; J 36524-36534. 

Cashmore (Alonzo W.) 3124 

Tool for moving spring and driving spring rod, 
from bolt of the Browning machine gun M 2. © 1 c. 
Mar. 16, 1944; I 34170. 

Cawthra (Lillian) 3125 

Writer of radio. © Feb. 28, 1944; K 55175. 

Christie (Henry Lindsay) 3126 

Atomic zodiac. © 1 c. Mar. 6, 1944; I 34028. 

Christopher (C. J.) 3127 

Step-up shopping island fixture. © 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1944; I 34005. 

Cimini (Pasquale L.) 3128 

Amended modern library building plan. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1944; I 34023. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc. 3129-3135 
Douglas dauntless SBD-3. - Grumman avei^er 
TBF-1. - Grumman hellcat F6F-3. -IL-2 stormo- 
vik. - Supermarine spitfire DC. Vought corsair F4U 
-1. - Vultee vengeance A-35. - © Dec. 27, 1943. 
34013-34019. 

Committee for economic development. ^ 3136 

Now is the time. © 1 c. Mar, 13, 1944; J 36494. 

Contractors supply & lumber co. 3137 

Post and girder construction system, WA-20, dwg. 
4.04. © Mar. 13, 1944; I 34091. 



Cooper (Loyd) 3138, 3139 

Snowcaps from San Antonio, Wash. - Yale avenue. 
© Mar. 6, 1944; J 36579, 36580. 

Davidson (Charles H.) 3140 

Smoker's pipe reamer. © 1 c. Mar. 10, 1944- t 
340 56. 

Derek (James G.) 3141 

Trigonometry simplified simple-fyer. © 1 c. 
Feb. 3, 1944; I 34009. 

Deschler (M. B.) 3142 

Double glass raised and fixed sash, 88. © 1 e. 
Mar. 14, 1944; I 34094. 

Dodd (James Andrew) 3143 

Kleberg (Mrs. Alice G. K.) © 1 c. Mar. 9, 1944: 
J 36475. 

Dow (Louis F.) CO. 3144-3146 

Be patient, gramp; by Hy. [i. e. John Henry] Hin-^ 
termeister. - Homeward bound; by Anton Otto Fis- 
cher. - Let us be thankful; by Gene Erbit. © Jan. 1, 
1944; K 55179-55181. 

Dyer (Delbert Woodford) 3147 

Anodizing rack. © Jan. 3, 1944; I 34010. 

Fischer (William Ernest) 3148 

Accessible V block. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1944;! 
34088. 

Foto seal co. 3149 

North-east view from the Empire state bldg.. 
New York city. © Sfer. 3, 1944; J 36512. 

^ick collection. 3150-3153 

Constable (John) White horse: 

Barge with men and white horse. - Cows and 
landscape at right. - Farm buildings, center. ©Mar. 
9, 1944; H 2696-2698. 

White horse; by John Constable. © Mar. 9, 1944; 
H 2699. 

Fulmer (Frances Hitt) 3154 

Another June bride. © 1 c. Mar. 21, 1944; J 
36535. 

General biological supply house, Inc. 3155-3162 
Adaptations in mammalian teeth, CR 43.3. - 
Fruiting fronds of common ferns, CR 63.2. - Grass 
types, CR 72.3. - Skulls, I, H, CR 21,51, Cr 21.52. - 
Stem adaptations, CR 83.2. - Sterile fronds of com- 
mon ferns, CR 63.1. - Typical cereal grains, CR 
72.4. © Mar. 3, 1944; I 34120-34127. 

General motors Corp. Frigidaire div. 3163, 3164 
Story of frigidaire service, SER-418. - Today's 
Job, tomorrow's plans, GP-316. © 1 c. each Mar. 
13, 1944; J 36489, 36499. 

Gooding (Harley L.) 3165 

Gooding garment measuring chart. © Jan. 18, 
1944; I 34026. 

Grain (Mark) 3166-3181 

Battleship and cruiser, A-1. - Booby blow, B-4. 

- Bug catcher, B-1. - Crossy crab, B-6. - Dirigible- 
airship, A-3. - Eagle, C-6. - Flapping bird, C-5. - 
Gentleman penguin, C-2. - House beautiful, B-5. - 
Humpty^umpty, B-2. - Joompy frog, C-3. - Lady 
penguiA, C-4. - Pelican, C-1. - Pocket purse, B-3. 

- Sea horse, A-4. - Submarine, A-2. © 1" c each 
Mar. 27, 1944; I 34171-34186. 



52 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 3, 1944 



3247 



Greene (Norbert T,) 3182-3186 

Autumn. - Ole bridge. - Spring. - Summer. - 

Winter. © 1 c. each Mar.' 10, 1944; J 36476-36480. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 3187, 3188 

Electric clock for dc" operation, I RPS rotor - 
motor, - Impulse clock mechanism. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 10, 1944; I 34057, 34058. 

Greeting checks pub. co. . 3189 

United nations bank of victory & peace. Message. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; K 55247. 

Greetings, inc. 3190-3193 

Birthday thought, 4131. - He will comfort you, 
4908. -Just between you, me and the«gate post, 4156. 
- Mav He give you health, 4516. © Feb. 21, 1944; K 
55274-55277. 

Haigh (Joseph Kelsall) 3194 

Haigh hydraulic computing scale. © 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1944; I 34008. 

Haslett (Elmer) 3195 

Compromise study for airport at Idlewild. © 1 c. 
Mar. 3, 1944; I 34022. 

Haynes (Raymond M.) 3196 

Universal expansion bit for cutting and boring. 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34039. 

Heaney (A, R.) 3197 

[Biblio-astronomlcal chart] © 1 c, Feb. 23,1944; 
I 34110. 

(^ Herbert (L^ionel) 3198 

-^ Lionel Herbert, author, inventor [author's crest] 
© Mar. 11, 1944; K 55178. 

Bering (Louis) 3199-3201 

V ...-greetings: Easter greetings. - Good luck. - 
Happy birthday. © Mar. 21, 1944; K 55243-55245. 

Hess (Edward A.) 3202 

Strawberry (Lake) at Pinecrest, A469. © Mar, 
3, 1944; J 36561. 

Higgins industries, inc. 3203 

Higgins pneumatic repair dock, 73-3A. © 1 c. 
Mar. 1, 1944; I 34011. 

Hirsch (Abraham Adler) • 3204 

Compound rectified growth chart for boys, age 
5-18 years. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1944; I 34090. 

Hummel (Robert Stuart) 3205 

Notebook stand. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34037. 

International art pub. co., inc. 3206 

Summer; by A. D. Greer. © Mar. 23, 1944; K 
55360. 

Isola art co. 3207-3213 

Gabauer (Charles): 

His first mass, 1072-H. C. - Mystical rose, 
1068-H. C. © Jan. 6, 1944; K 55195, 55196. 

[Nativity] 110, 112-114, 120. ©Feb. 1,1943; 
K 55190-55194. 

Jakopec (George) 3214 

Permutation lock. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34045. 

Jam Handy organization, inc. ^ 3215 

Loading the beach cart, SCG 124-1. © Feb. 4, 
1944, J 36560. 

592513 O - 44 - 2 



Kennedy (Homer R.) 3216 

Utensil holder. © 1 c. Mar, 17, 1944; I 34104. 

Iflng features syndicate, inc. 3217-3228 

Annette holds high a borrowed fish, J-84. - 
Annette peeks from hut, J-88. -r Hopeful waiting, 
J-85. - Quints drop their line, J-87. - Quints start 
out, J-82,, - Quints take hut to keep warm, J-83. - 
Yvonne poses with borrowed pike, J-86. © Mar. 6, 
1944; J 36504-36510. 

Good sledding, J-96. - Leaving for school, J-89. 
- Neatness is stressed, J-90. - Quints give self- 
promotion, J-95. - Quints look out at birthplace, J- 
94, © Mar. 19, 1944; J 36543-36547. 

Knight (Charles R.) ' 3229 

Styracosaurus. © Feb. 9, 1941; K 55174. 

Kobernick (Sergius Theodore) 3230 

[Concroon floating link] © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; I 
34054. 

Langworthy (Arthur M.) 3231, 3232 

Pencil case novelty, model B. - Time reminder 
device, model S. © 1 c. each Mar. 14, 1944; I 
34092, 34093. 

Larson (Reed) 3233 

[A. S. T. P.] © Feb. 29, 1944; K 55106, 

Lasater (P. W.) 3234 

Green pea and pea sheller. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; 
I 34035. 

Lescault (Charles) El Paso, 3235 

1857-1909, first locomotive owned by theEl Paso 
and Southwestern r. r. and the firstto enter Bisbee, 
Arizona. On display in El Paso, Texas. © Mar. 
30, 1944; J 36562. 

Levitan (Joseph David) 3236 

Socio-economic structure. © 1 c. Jan. 26, 1944; 
I 34106. 

Libbey-Owens-Ford glass co. 3237 

Traveling kitchens of tomorrow. © Feb. 18, 
1944; I 34107. 

Lucas (Ray Nichlos) 3238 

P38 lightning. © 1 c. Mar. 11, 1944; I 34097. 

McCartney (Orris) 3239, 3240 

Figure: One-A. - Three. © 1 c. each Mar. 17, 
1944; I 34225, 34226. 

McCormick co. 3241-3244 

Girls' dormitory, Texas technological college, 

38185-N, - Skyscrapers from Court house lawn, 

3B184-N. © Feb, 25, 1944; K 55223, 55226. 

Lower Lake, Buffalo Springs park, near Lubbock, 

Texas, 3B186-N. © Feb. 25, 1944; K 55224. 

Lubbock, Texas, library, Texas technological 

college, 3B183-N. © Feb. 15, 1944; K 55225. 

McDonald (James) 3245 

From the White house to the dog house. © Mar. 
13, 1944; K 55221. 

Martin (Glenn L.) co. 3246, 3247 

Standard figure to scale, SK-28057. - Standard 
figure to scale, full heavy flying suit, SK-28058. © 
Feb. 28, 1944; I 34118, 34119. 



53 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3248 



pt. rv, n, s., V, 39 



Matson (Charles H.) 3248 

Rodent guards for gang planks. © 1 c. Mar, 15, 
1944; I 34099. 

Mauldin (WiUiam Henry) 3249 

Season's greetings. See, fellers? © 1 c. Nov. 10, 
1943; K 55249. 

Miles (Francis T.) 3250 

Vapor pressure slide rule. © Oct. 7, 1943; I 
34003. 

Montague (Carl Leslie) 3251 

Sag conversion chart for overhead spans. © Nov. 

20, 1943; I 34101. 

National Catholic rural life conference. 3252 

Saint Isidore - plowing with angels does the work 
of three farmers; by Sister Helene. ©Feb. 2, 1944; 
K 55198. 

National center of the enthronement. 3253-3256 
Boevey (Father Mateo Crawley) SS.CC. © Mar. 

24, 1944; J 36577. 
Mateo (Father) and: 

Golla (Father Luke) -Lay -brothers. -Novices. 

© Mar. 24, 1944; J 36575, 38576, 36578. 

National fire protection assn. 3257 

Clean up for fire prevention. © Feb. 1, 1944; K 
55227. 

National war finance committee. 3258-3260 

All out for victory. - Are you ready? - Canada 
knows how. © 1 c. each Mar. 13, 1944; J 36490- 
36492. 

Neal (Eugene Preston) 3261-3263 

Neal navigator, plates I-m. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1943; 
I 34047-34049. 

New York graphic society. 3264-3283 

Christ in Uie Garden of Gethsemane, 716; by 
Helnrich Hofmann. - Christ in the Temple, 736; by 
Heinrlch Hofmann. - Lac de Terni, 863; by I. B. C. 
Corot. - Madonna del Granduca, 737; by RaphaeL - 
Pas de deux, Swan Lake, 346; by A. Von Munch- 
hausen. - Summer vista, 602; by K. Matthew. - Tu- 
Ups, 732; by Cecil Golding. - Variation, Swan Lake, 
347; by A, Von Munchhausen. © Feb. 21, 1944; K 
55265-55272. 
Gould (John) : 

Aglaeactis cupreipennis, shining sunbeam, 
376. - Bourcieria torquata, collared inca, 375. ~ 
Delattria clemenciae, glittering humjralngbird, 377. 

- Eupetoment hirundinacea, Brazilian swallow-tail, 
374. © Feb. 21, 1944; K 55257-55260. 

Herring 0- F.) sr.: 

Breaking cover, 742. - Death, 744, - Full cry, 
743. - Meet, 741. © Feb. 21, 1944; K 55253-55256. 
Megargee (Lon): 

Cowboy and his lady, 804. - Desert song, 803. 

- Donkey business, 802. - What's up, 801. © Feb. 

21, 1944; K 55261-55264. 

New York scientific supply co. 3284-3289 

Cancer: 

Growth for laboratory study, - How it spreads. 

- Methods of treatment. - Rate of growth. © Nov. 
30, 1943; I 34112-34114, 34117, 

Frog anatomy, nervous system. -Seed dispersal. 
© Nov, 30, 1943; I 34115, 34116. 



New York sun, inc. 3290-3298 

Advertising, F. - Manufacturing, B. - Markets, 
A. ~ New York market, G. - New York sun, H. - 
Postwar planning, D. - Retailing, C. - Straws in 
the wind, E. © Mar. 15, 1944; K 55279-55288. 
So goes the nation, © Mar. 15, 1944; K 55278. 

Noble & Noble, publishers, inc. 3299 

Captain Noble's knot tying kit. © Feb. 28, 1944; 
K 55354. * 

Nystrom (Carl E.) 3300 

Dual line converter. © 1 c. Mar. 17, 1944; I 
34105. 

Pabst brewing cd. 3301 

iPabst marches ori, © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1944; J 36495. 

Paine (Robert C.) 3302 

Transmission line chart. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 1944; I 
34051. 

Peterson. (Arthur Allen) 3303, 3304 

Baketel's (Dr.) home in winter, from the s. w. - 
Snow scene of Dr. Baketel's home, from the west. 
© Jan. 24, 1944; J 36536, 36537. 

Petroleum administration for war. 3305 

Sharing the shortage. © 1 c. Mar. 13, 1944; J 
36496, 

Pittsburgh equitable meter co, 3306, 3307 

Suggested design, .service station motor fuel dis- 
pensing unit, A, B. © Feb, 23, 1944; I 34102, 34103. 

Providence lithograph co, 3308-3326 

Be ye idnd; by George Timothy Tobin. - Easter 

morning; by Hall, - Glad welcome; by HalL - God 

careth for you. Baby Moses family; by Henderson. 

- God careth for you. In the friendly dark; by Wood- 
ward, - God hath made every thing; by Draper. - 
Jesus and the children in the Temple; by George 
Timothy Tobln. - Learning in Sunday school; by 
Katharine R.Wireman. -Love one another; by Ware. 

- Night under the stars; by Hall. - Our friend the 
minister; by Madsen. - Paul's young friend; by HalL 

- Thanking God in Sunday school; by Dorothy Hand- 
saker. - We help too; by Kathatine R. Wireman. © 
Mai. 17, 1944; K 55228-55241. 

Boy helps Jesus; by Cicely Barker. -[Crucifixion] 
JT 1-3; by William Hole, - Daniel comes before the 
king; by Simon Vedder. - [St. Paul and the jailer] 
JT 3-3; by Harold Coppii^, - Samuel talks to Eli; 
by William Hole. © Mar. 17, 1944; H 2703-2707. 

Quist (George A.) 3327 

Hydraulic gear -drive cylinder. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 
1944; I 34040. 

R. C. M. productions, inc. 3328-3337 

Aligning and installing auxiliary machinery, 2 
(96 -FS) - Filing and installing chocks, 3 (97 -FS) - 
How to check and surface foundations, 1 (95 -FS) - 
Installing valves and strainer on sea chest, 5 (99— 
FS) - Laying out, drilling and tapping flsinges on sea 
chest, 4 '(98-FS) © Nov. 27, 1943; J 36550-36554. 
Copper smithing; 

Bending copper tubiitg to a wire template, 1, 
(102-FS) - Bracing flanges with silver solder, 3, 
(104~FS) - Brazing flaijges with spelter, 2 (103-FS) 
© Dec, 14, 1943; J 36557-36559. 

Laying our and installing stern tube, tall shaft 
aiid propeller: 

Pt. 1, Running a temporary line, 6 (100-FS) - 
Pt, 2, LayiJig off buliheads, 7 (101 -FS) © Dec. 14, 
1943; J 36555, 36556, 



54 



no. 3, 1944 



CLASSES H-K 



3384 



Rabourn (Jewel WilUam) 3338 

U S A for unity. © Mar. 16, 1944; K 55222. 



Ralston Purina co. 

Today's challenge, 101 G. 
J 36497. 



3339 
1 c. Mar. 13, 1944; 



Ray-Bell films, inc. • 3340 

Sectional views and projections, fiiiish ' marks, 
4. © Mar. 13, 1944; ] 36511. 



Rectenwald (WilUam J.) jr. 

Ranch. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34025. 



3341 



Reliance Industries, inc. 3342-3345 

[Picture of man handing bouquet to woman on 
staircase] - [Picture of man handing bouquet to 
woman seated at pianoj - [Two feminine figures at 
tea table] - [Two feminine fig^es, one picking 
flowers and the other holding unbrella] © Feb. 21, 
1944; K 55183-55186. 

Remington arms co., inc. 3346 

Target. © 1 c. Feb. 3, .1944; I 34087. 

Retail reporting corp. 3347 

[Victory garden] © Feb. 15, 1944; K 55197. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) 3348 

Alterations to Hollywood theatre, 1449 Potomac 
avenue, Dormont, Pa., for North Eastern theatres, 
inc., 12-41. © Feb. 28, 1944; I 34053. 

Roberts (George Clements) 3349 

Proposed layout and design of class 1 airport 
for non scheduled operators and private flyers. © 
1 c. Mar. 21, 1944; I 34111. 

Robinson bros. 3350-3355 

Burro, R 3. - Hat dance, R 4. - Serenade, R 1. - 
Siesta, R 6. - Street vendor, R 5. - To market, R 2. 
© Feb. 11, 1944; K 55200-55205. 

San Francisco chapter number 3, Disabled American 
veterans. 3356 

Forget me not. © Dec. 22, 1943; K 55252. 

SchwaU (Erwin L.) 3357 

Tjrpical marine deviation correction chart. - com- 
pass & magnetic heading in degrees. © 1 c. Mar. 8, 
1944. I 34050. 

Shaw (Kenneth Paul Joseph) 3358 

Code oblongata. © 1 c. Jan. 12, 1944; I 34030. 

Skrzypek (Anthony) 3359 

Improved house door lock. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; 
I 34034. 



Stanage (John T.) 
What I stand for. 



3360 



Mar. 17, 1944; K 55246. 

Standard oil co. of California. 3361 

Standard takes better care of my car too. ©Dec. 
30, 1943; K 55177. 

Stores pub. co., inc. 3362, 3363 

Things you can make from Ilonka Karasz' de- 
signs. © Feb. 28, 1944; I 34027. 

Things you can make from Joseph B. Piatt's de - 
signs. © Feb. 3, 1944; I 34001. 

Story (D. J.) 3364 

Aspirin container. © 1 c. Mar. 1944; I 34043. 



Sutton (Ruth Haviland) 3365-3367 

Nantucket, down the square. ~ Rose covered cot- 
tage. - Walk. © Feb. 23, 1944; K 55187-55189. 

Thonaas (Leota J.) 3368-3377 

Book work completed. © Mar. 24, 1944; K 
55344. 

Good citizenship. © Mar. 24, 1944; K 55345. 

Hand work completed. © Mar. 24, 1944; K 
55346. 

Memory verses learned, 1,2.© Mar. 24, 1944; 
K 55347, 55348. 

My Bible memory verses reward card. © Mar. 
15, 1944; K 55352. 

My record card for Bible class attendance. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; K 55353. 

New members. © Mar. 24, 1944; K 55349. 

Perfect attendance, 1, 2. © Mar. 24, 1944; K 
55350, 55351. 

Timken roller bearing co. 3378 

Support General Eisenhower - buy war bonds; 
by Ralph Edward Keller. © Mar. 8, 1944; 1 c. K 
55199. 

Tompson (John W.) 3379 

Improvement in a safety razor blade holder. © 
1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34042. 

Tschaepe (Kurt) 3380 

Improved straig^ shank bit. © 1 c. Mar, 4, 
1944; I 34044. 

Twin editions. 3381 

Public gardens in Aries, 24; by Vincent Van 
Gogh. © Feb. 20, 1944; H 2706. 

Underkofler (Francis J.) 3382 

Growing up seat. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; I 34055. 

Utica mutual insurance co. 3383 

Graphic analysis of results under the compensa- 
tion retrospective rating plan. © 1 c. Feb. 14, 1944; 
I 34098. 



Utter (JuUus Mervin) 

Novelty flower holder. 
34041. 



3384 
1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 



Uzefovich (Alexis M.) 3385 

Transparent circular scale of statute miles for 
the distance finder. © 1 c. Feb. 21, 1944; I 34031. 

Vogel (Ferdinand) 3386, 3387 

Marshall ( General George) 1,2. © 1 c. each 
Mar. 3, 1944; J 36481, 36482. 

Wally block co. 3388, 3389 

Block castle. - Block village. © 1 c. each. Feb. 
22, 1944; J 36548, 36549. 

Welding equipment & supply co. 3390, 3391 

Let's do it right. - Let's get the low-down. © 1 c. 
each Mar. 13, 1944; J 36493, 36498. 

Wells (Hewitt) 3392, 3393 

40' X 120' storehouse, fireproof construction. - 
136 man barrack. © 1 c each Mar. 18, 1944; I 
34108, 34109. 

Wellstatter (Rosa R.) 3394 

Detachable trouser frock. © Aug. 1?, 1943; I 
34000. 



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3S85 



Westchester Republican county committee. 3395 
Associated regular Republicans of Westchester, 
© Mar. 13,, 1944; K 55242. 

White (W. Edward) 3396-3407 

Hotel Alpine sprinkler leakage damage, March 5, 
1944: 

Close-up of ice formation at foot of stairway, 
first floor, 1. - Floor of foyer covered with twelve 
inches of ice, ice formation on bannister, stairway 
to second floor, 5. - Fourth floor ceiling broken 
sprinkler pipe coupler, the cause of all the damage, 
11. - Fourth floor ceiling close-up of split pipe 
coupler, 12. - Ice damage in writing room, 3. - Ice 
formation hanging from ceiling of second floor, 9. 
- Lookjjrig down stairway from third floor to second 
floor landing, 10, - Second floor looking down to 
first floor landing, 7, ~ Stairway fr(jm foyer to 
second floor, 4. - Stairway leading from second to 
third floor, 6, 8. - Wall of writing room, 2. © 1 c, 
each Apr„ 4, 1944; J 36563-36574. 



pt. IV. n. s.. v. 39 



Willson (Murton H.) 3408 

Skups airplane propellers, 5143. © 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1944; J 36501. 

World merchandise corp. 3409 

Crossroads of the Pacific, © Mar. 8, 1944; K 
55248, 

Worthington pump & machinery corp. 3410 

Chart showing limiting operating conditions for 
centrifugal compressors & fans, RY-77240, © 1 c. 
Mar. 8, 1944; I 34052. 

Yeung (John Kong) 3411 

List absorber. © 1 c. Mar. 4, 1944; I 34046. 

Zallee (Alex H.) 3412 

United victory flag; by Alex H. Zallee. © Sept. 
10, 1943; H 2709. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) — -■ — 86 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 361 one-copy entries) — 452 

Photographs (including 253 one-copy entries) --— 370 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 29 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries)-—- ---.,: - .,- 932 

Total -..--—.-.—— — -.--———— - - -_— — 1,890 



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PHOTOGRAPH OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[3412 



Simpson (George H.) 1 

Photographic reproductions associated with the 
early life of President Lincoln; by George H. Simp- 
son. © Haworth F. M. Simpson, Decatur, 111. R 
122384, Nov. 8, 1943. 



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Acheson colloids Corp., Port Huron, Mich. 3413 
Physical and chemical properties of dag colloi- 
dal graphite. For dispersions of colloidal graphite. 
© Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23614. 

Acme visible records, inc., Chicago. 3414 

Announcing the new Acme veri-visible system. 
For visible record equipment. © Mar. 4, 1944; KK 
23688. 

Airplane mfg. it supply Corp., North Hollywood, 
Calif. 3415-3417 

Fq^ aircraft sui^lies and service: 
AP & S. © Jan. 29, 1944; KK 23708. 
PAC. © Jan. 29, 1944; KK 23707. 
Rectifier by AMSCO, model PA 200. For rec- 
tifier. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23686. 

Akenhead (L. P.) Newark, N. Y. 3418 

Rooster trees assure proper pcdlination. For 
fruit trees. © June 1, 1943; KK 23836. 

American dairy assn., Chicago. 3419 

Try these delicious penny- stretchers made with 
cheese. For cheese. © Oct. 21, 1942; KK 23819. 

American instrument co., Silver Spring, Md. 3420 
Sub-zero constant temperature test cabinet. For 
test cabinet. © July 15, 1943; KK 23834. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 3421, 3422 

For transportation equipment: 

Cookin' with a steam locomotive. © Feb. 26, 
1944; KK 23595. 

Hands that rocked the cradle, 113-66. © Feb. 
12, 1944; KK 23567. 

American safety razor Corp., BroQkl3rn. 3423-3426 
For razors and blades: 

Henry! You're a different man without your 
5 o'clock shadow. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 23827. 

I told you nothing could keep us apart, etc. © 
Mar. 21, 1944; KK 23828. 

Tank goodness I I've been trying to get you to 
arrest me, etc. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23649. 

You mean you'd have said yes before, etc. © 
Feb. 22, 1944; KK 23650. 

American tobacco co. , New York. 3427 

I've got a crop fine for Lucky Strike. For ciga- 
rettes. © ySAT. 3, 1944; KK 23664. 



American viscose corp., New York. 3428-3436 

For rayon: 

American Fuji now travels under the crown 
tested green light. © Dec. 8, 1943; KK 23880. 

Ameritex shirtings get green light, wash with- 
out pampering. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 23881. 

Crown tested plan's success story at a glance. 
© Jan. 5, 1944; KK 23884. 

Four bando all-rayon shirtings now carry the 
crown tested green tag. © Nov. 18, 1943; KK 23877. 

In a crown tested rayon fabric. © Jan. 12, 
1944; KK 23885. 



Now it wears the tag that says hand washable- 
crown tested. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 23878. 

Rayon reports. Dec, 1943. © Dec. 5, 1943; 
KK 23879. 

Rayon reports. Jan., 1944. © Jan. 5, 1944; 
KK 23883. 

Why rayon makes better synthetic rubber 
tires. © Dec. 16, 1943; KK 23882. 

Arden (EUzabeth) New York. 3437, 3438 

Beauty is eternal. For cosmetics. © Dec. 15, 

1943; KK 23772. 

Radiant Peony. For lipsticks and nail polish. © 

Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23771. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 3439-3442 

For meat: 

Play fair with your food share. © Mar. 8, 
1944; KK 23852. 

Thrifty pork dinners. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
23851. 

Treet's your meat for low-point meals. © 
Feb. 25, 1944; KK 23853. 

Lady,. get this ration saver. For beef extract. 
© Feb. 18, 1944; KK 24002. 

Associated spring corp. Barnes-Gibson-Raymond 
div., Ann Arbor, Detroit. 3443 

Die springs. For die springs. © Feb. 5, 1944; 

KK 23654. 

Association of manufacturers of confectionery & 
chocolate, New York. 3444 

Candy fights, too! For confectionery. ©Jan. 31, 

1944; KK 24037. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, Del. 3445, 3446 

For chemicals and explosives: 

Trading secrets versus trade secrets. ©Mar. 
18, 1944; KK 23845. 

When men sit down, etc. © Feb. 19, 1944; 
KK 23663. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 3447, 3448 
For non-precious metal for artificial dentures: 

Munitions in the mouth, © Jan. 11, 1944; KK 
23859. 

Technique of accuracy. © Feb. 29, 1944; KK 
23858. 

Automatic machine & tool co., Auburndale, Mass. 

3449 
Multiflex coupling. For shaft couplings. © Jan. 
25, 1944; KK 24020. 

Babsonbros. CO., Chicago, 3450 

Surge fencer model A. C. For electric fencer. 
© Mar. 10, 1944; KK 23866. 

Barbizon Corp., New York. 3451 

Barbizon ad matters of Importance. For adver- 
tising mats. © Feb. 9, 1944; KK 23593. 

Barnes-Gibson-Raymond div. Associated spring 
corp. See Associated spring corp. Barnes-Gib- 
son-Raymond div. 



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no. 3. 1844 



S507 



Barrick (James Quarles) Baton Rouge, La. 3452 
Gasco, your faithful gas servant. For both natu- 
ral and manufactured gas or ether. © Mar. 19, 
1944; KK 23821. 

Barron -Anderson co., Boston. 3453 

Barron-Anderson's reputation for tailoring 
America's finest fitting outercoats has traveled far 
and wide. For coats. © Dec. 25, 1943; IOC 23814. 

Bendix aviation corp.. New York, Teterboro, N. J. 

3454-3475 
For aircraft instruments: 

Change input -voltage setting of inverter from 
26 volts DC to 27 volts DC. Service bulletin. © 
Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23712. 

Magnesyn remote indicating compass. ©Feb. 
10, 1944; KK 24009. 

Magnetic compass, AN-5732-1. Installation 
instructions. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23694. 

Rate of climb indicator. Installation instruc- 
tions. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 23714. 

Test equipment. Airspeed manometer. © 
Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23970. 

Test equipment. Ball bearing test stand. © 
Mar. 8, 1944; KK 23975. 

Test equipment. Dead weight tester. © Mar. 
8, 1944; KK 23973. 

Test equipment. Millimeter test stand. © 
Mar. 2, 1944; KK 2397 U 

Test equipment. Pelorus. © Mar. 8, 1944; 
KK 23974. 

Test equipment. Pitot-static tube heater test- 
er. Type 13011-1. © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 23976. 

Test equipment. Rack and vibrator. © Mar. 
16, 1944; KK 23978. 

Test equipment. Range and balance stand. © 
Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24028. 

Test equipment. Tachometer test stand. © 
Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23977. 

Test equipment. Three-unit bell jar. © Mar. 
2, 1944; KK 23968. 

Test equipment. Turn and bank stand. © Mar. 
20, 1944; KK 24027. 

Test procedure. Autosyn liquid level trans- 
mitters. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24029. 

Test procedure. Autosyn position transmit- 
ters. <t Mar. 8, 1944; KK 23972. 

Test procedure. Electric tachometer alter- 
nators. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23711. 

Test procedure. Vacuum warning units. © 
Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23969. 

V£q)or -proof manifold pressure gage. Instal- 
lation instructions. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 23713. 

Open bomb bay doors. For aviation accessories. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 23678. 

Secret cabinet of Captain X. For precision parts 
for planes. © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 23689. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 3476-3507 

All set for spring in navy regulation coats from 
Best's. For boys' and girls' hats and coats. ©Mar. 
23, 1944; KK 23906. 

All year 'round hit! Wool tweed reefer. Day or 
night our reversible topcoat. For boy's hat & coat, 
ladies' coat. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23800. 

Best's is famous for good suit classics. For 
women's suits. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23724. 

Blouses fresh as spring - crowning touch for 
your Easter suit. For blouses. © Mar. 22, 1944; 
KK 23857. 

C-1 wool serge in a new soft suit. Blossom bon- 
nets. For ladies suit, ladies hats. ©Mar. 17, 1944; 
KK 23810, 



Coat story for spring '44. Exclusive little -girl 
fashions. For ladies' coats, little girls' dresses. 
© Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23803. 

Easter egg colors in pretty spun rayon. For 
girls' dresses. © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 24185. 

Favorite suit-dress in spring prints. For dres- 
ses. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 23991. 

Flowers gay and pretty as spring itself, bloom 
on our tiny young Easter bonnets. For misses hats. 
© Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24182. 

For laJdies dress: 

Spring beauty, white frills on gray worsted. 
© Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23805. 

Tattersall checks important cotton newsl © 
Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23801. 

For young cosmopolitans box coat classic. The 
latest excitement in Easter bonnets at Best's LiUpu- 
tian bazaar. For young girls' coat, girls' hats. © 
Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24184. 

Fresh-as-spring fashions from Best's famous 
Liliputian bazaar. For women's and children's 
wearing apparel. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 23992. 

Gay checks Easter hat and bag. For hat and bag. 
© Mar. 23, 1944; KK 23905. 

Good wool sport jackets and slacks. For boys' 
jackets and slacks. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 23809. 

Good wool tweeds. For boys' suits. © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 23808. ' 

Here are the spring suits young cosmopolitans 
want. For cosmopolitan suits. © Mar. 16, 1944; 
KK 23804. 

Here they are, Best's Nadas for spring, 1944. 
For suit, coats, dress, robe, bag & hat. ©Mar. 12, 
1944; KK 23754. 

Here's a bag that will lastl Genuine morocco. 
For bags. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23802. 

Hooray for Best's good separates, functional, 
fun to wear, beloved for the casual life. For jack- 
ets, skirts, slacks, sweaters a^d blouses. © Feb. 
17, 1944; KK 23578. 

New cap-sleeve prints. For misses dresses. © 
Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24183. 

Newsl The hip-length tunic for your Easter 
dress. Spring news from Best's famous Liliputian 
bazaar. For ladies dresses -children's hats& coats. 
© Mar. 19, 1944; KK 23832. 

1944's spring suit-dress is soft and slim. Young 
slant on Best^s exclusive Lewispuns. For suit- 
dresses, girls' suits & coats. © Mar. 5, 1944; KK 
23647. 

Pretty prints for teen age girls. Here they are, 
Best's Nadas for spring, 1944. For girls dresses, 
ladies suit, coats, dress, hat, bag & robe. © Mar. 
17, 1944; KK 23813. 

Shirtmaker suit in wool checks. For ladies suit. 
© Mar. 23, 1944; KK 23907. 

Slated for success - our new short jacket suit. 
It's Easter outfitting time at Best's. For lady's 
suit, girls' and boys' coats, suits, hats, jackets and 
shorts. © Mar. 26, 1944; KK 23988. 

Spring favorites for girls. For girls' suits and 
coats. © Mar, 17, 1944; KK 23811. 

Spring story from Best's famous Liliputian ba- 
zaar. Pretty is the word for the new prints. For 
girls' and boys' coats and hats-ladies dresses. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; KK 23908. 

Teen classics in imported Scotch tweed- Best's 
is famous for good suit classics. For girl's suit & 
coat-ladies suits. © Mar. 19, 1944; KK 23833. 

Wire wheels, wire wheels, prams for rollln' oa 
wire wheels, babies smile in former style. For 
baby carriages and mattress. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 
23856. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Yes, we have good British woolens. Best's has 
th6 winners. For ladies' suits and coat - boys' 
suits, coats, jackets and slacks. © Mar. 26, 1944; 
KK 23987. 

Young cosmopolitans love our good suit classics. 
For young girls suits. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 23812. 

Bllckman (S.) inc., Weehawken, N. J. 3508 

How to order new gauge glass. For gauge 
glasses. © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 23989. 

Blue bell, inc., Greensboro, N. C. 3509, 3510 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

Home-front power is battle-froat power. © 
Mat. 16, 1944; KK 24026. 

Keeping the wires open for victory. © Mar. 
2, 1944; KK 24025. 

Boardman (Wm.) & sons co., Hartford. 3511 

Something good is brewing. For coffee. © Feb. 
28, 1944; KK 23741. 

Bon Ami co., New York. 3512-3514 

For cleanser: 

If I had invented a cleanser, etc. © Feb. 18, 
1944; KK 23587. 

It makes quick work of dirt. © Feb. 23, 1944; 
KK 23570. 

Wish I could do all my housework as quickly 
as this. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23586. 

Borden co., New York. 3515-3534 

For cheese: 

Cheese- lovers cheese I Ah-h-h Liederkranzl 
© Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23632. 

Cheese whizzes. Lunch box whiz. © Oct. 25, 
1943; EX 23633. 

If you love *em you'll cheese 'em. © Sept. 
24, 1943; KK 23630. 

Madam, do you want to fall in love again ? © 
Feb. 17, 1944; KK 23628. 

3 treats for youngsters, oldsters and youl © 
Feb. 23, 1944; KK 23631. 
For dairy products: 

But Elmer, all the answers in the book can't 
be wrong! © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 23747. 

Hello, pop! I'm having an old hospital chum 
to dinner, etc. © Feb. 26, 1944; KK 23629. 

Now more than ever, children* need, etc. © 
Dec. 8, 1943- KK 23636. 

There 11 be lots of men in your life I © Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 23745. 
For milk: 

It's a cinch to pour the cream from Borden's 
cream-top bottles! © May 11, 1943; KK 23691. 

We used to say, woman's place is in the home! 
© Feb. 19, 1944; KK 23637. 

When meat points are nearly gone. © July 8, 
1943; KK 23635. 

For milk and cream: 

Girls, get wise! Buy your milk in modem-top 
bottles! © Mar. 16, 1943; KK 23748. 

It's easy to pour the cream from, etc. © 
Apr. 1, 1943; KK 23634. 

Look at all that cream! And you can pook* 
off, etc. © Apr. 21, 1943; KK 23690. 

For vitamin and mineral fortified drink: 

I told you he couldn't say no to a lady! © July 
1, 1943; KK 23626. 

She's a whole team by herself since she, etc. 
© Mar. 7, 1944; KK 23746. 

Junior mixes his own formula, etc. For evapo- 
rated milk. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23693. 

Special for Thanksgiving day and every day. For 
ice cream. © Nov. 23, 1943; KK 23692. 



These days you'll welcome the children's milk. 
For fluid milk. © Nov. 29, 1943; KK 23627. 

Borea. See Curr an (Edward T.), d. b. a. Borea. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 3535-3540 

For woolen and worsted piece goods: 

Behind the Botany label. © Mar. 14, 1944; KK 
23773. 

Botany hits the newsstands. © Feb. 29, 1944; 
KK 23625. 

Botany marchan, the gabardine that gets 
around. © MSiV. 18, 1944; KK 23894. 

Botany woolens. © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 23760. 

Botany woolens, that lamb follows her every- 
where. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 23963. 

It must be a Botany coat, etc. © Feb. 24, 
1944; KK 23684. 

Bristol-Myers co., New York. 3541, 3542 

For hand lotion: 

Friend of soft, smooth hands. © Feb. 26, 
1943; KK 23958. 

New beauty find, the beforehand lotion! © Jan. 
29, 1943; KK 23957. 

Bureau systems co. See Ollnger (Elgin Dutton), d. 
b. a. Bureau systems co. 

Burndy engineering co., inc., New York. 3543 

Burndy for electronic circuits. For electrical 
connections. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 24010. 

Butler (Edgar M.) New Orleans. 3544, 3545 

Advanced series five industrial type Butler de- 

scaler. For de-scaler. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 23734. 
New Butler electronic de-scaler. For electronic 

de-scaler. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 23756. 

California conserving co., San Francisco. 

3546, 3547 
For condiments: 

Here's your biggest catsup value! © Mar. 9, 
1944; KK 24043. 

They don't call me pickle-puss for nothing! 
© Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23981. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

3548-3551 
For ^unkist oranges: 

GiVe children plenty of vitamins this wartime 
winter. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 24017. 

Help wartime meals two ways. © Feb. 24, 
1944; KK 24019. 

Help wartime meals two ways with Califorida 
navel oranges. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 24018. 

We need plenty of vitamins, LA- 3569. For 
oranges. © li/fiir. 10, 1944; KK 24186. 

California fruit growers exchange. Products dept., 
Ontario, Calif. 3552 

Whenever you use pectin be thoroughly satisfied 

by using, etc* For citrus pectin. © Jan. 30, 1944; 

KK 23822. 

Camloc fastener Corp., New York. 3553 

Economy. For fasteners. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 
23592. 

Capitol fuel co., Cleveland. 8554 

Successful sales service offered to producers of 
coal. For coal. © Mar. 4, 1944; KK 23816. 



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3592 



Celanese corp. of America, New York. 3555 

S3rathetics, an industry without war relics. For 
celanese textiles, plastics & chemicals. © Mar. 13, 
1944; KK 23769. 

Centennial flouring mills co., Seattle. 3556, 3557 
Today's treat. Thrifty-meal meat pie. For cen- 
tennial silk sifted floui-. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23767. 
Today's treat. Valentine cookies. For centennial 
peach blossom cake flour. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 
23768. 

Charles paint research co., Kansas City, Mo. 3558 
Foundation is more important thaathe paint. For 
paint varnish & lacquer softener. © Feb. .1, 1944; 
KK 23679. 

Ciarochi products, Philadelphia. 3559 

Finishing touch. For cloth covered belts. © 
Sept. 15, 1943; KK 23789. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc.. Summit, N. J. 

3560, 3561 
For pharmaceutical products. 

Heroes of the United States medical services. 
Brig. General George W. Crile. © Jan, 4, 1944; KK 
23583. 

Heroes of the United States medical services. 
Dr. Joseph Goldberger. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 23843. 

Cline (H. S.) Chicago. 3562 

Hundreds of gift ideas at the Christmas store. 
For dry goods. ©.Aug. 16, 1940; KK 23608. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 3563-3565 

For stills, posters, window cards, lobby display 
cards, slides & mats. 

Last horseman, © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23736. 

Riding west. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23737. 

Wyoming hurricane. © Fieb. 21, 1944; KK 
23738. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 3566-3569 

Delicious one-dish meals. For salad oil. © Mar. 
16, 1944; KK 23995. 

Do your curtains need doing up? For laundry 
starch. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 23659. 
For S5rrup: 

Hi-ho, hi-ho. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23965. 
M-m-m-I Lots of good things here under K. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; KK 23720. 

Corning glass workSj Corning glass works, Corn- 
ing, N. Y. 3570 
Here's how I save precious food with Pyr ex war el 

I'or household glassware. © Mar. 19, 1944; KK 

23964. 



Coty, inc., New York. 

Simple life In beauty care. 
Feb. 28, 1944; KK 23623. 



3571 
For cosmetics. © 



Cramer-Tobias-Meyer pub. co., New York. 3572 
Women's fashion advertiser. For artwork, mats 
and cuts. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 23575. 

Cressy (Will) Portland, Or. 3573 

Your ship picture. For art works. © Apr. 4, 
1944; KK 24188. 

Crystal research laboratories, inc., Hartford. 3574 
And the crystal tolerances are the narrowest 
ever. For testing equipment. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 
23778. 



Curran (Edward T,), d. b. a. Borea, Brooklyn. 

3575 
Your hair. For an antiseptic antacid scalp emol- 
lient. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23566. 

Curtiss -Wright Corp., New York. 3576 

Incident at the corner of Liberty and Main. For 
airplanes. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 23585, 

Cutler-Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 3577-3579 

For electrical control: 

For the power to win. © Jan. 9, 1943; KK 
24021. 

Vertical contacts in motor control. © Mar. 
10, 1944; KK 24022. 

What your factory needs today. What it must 
have tomorrow. © Ifar. 2, 1944; KK 24023. 

Dafoe studios. See Foley (Walter John) & Dato 
(Anthony), sole owners of Dafoe studios. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York. 3580 

Daggett and Ramsdell's famous once-a-year 
cream sale! For beauty preparations. © Feb. 1, 
1942; KK 23732. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 3581 

Consider the whole. For church furnishings. © 
Mar. 22, 1944; KK 23921. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. . 3582, 3583 
For chemicals: 

Delivered F. O. M. - and ready for action, © 
Jan. 25, 1944; KK 23993. 

Each type of Davison silica gel, © Mar. 1, 
1944; KK 23994. 

Dayton rubber mfg. co,, Dayton, O, 3584 

Lifeblood. For industrial belts, © Jan. 20, 1943; 
KK 23962. 

Dean (Russell Gordon) Los Angeles. 3585 

Ask for the cable type ring compressor. For 
cable type ring compressor. © Feb. 23, 1944; KK 
23835. 

De Laval separator co.. New York. 3586 

De Laval magnetic speedway milker. For milk- 
ing machine. © Feb. 26, 1944; KK 23564. 

De Sanno (A. P.) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 

35^7-3589 
Cut metal like cheese. For cut-off machines. © 
Feb. 15, 1944; KK 23897. 
For grinding wheels: 

Are you from Missouri? © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 
23639. 

Sure - I was from Missouri. © Feb. 24, 1944; 
KK 23640. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 3590 

Looking at war through the mimeograph keyhole. 
For stencil duplicators and supplies. © Mar. 14, 
1944; KK 23775. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, N. Y, 3591 
Dry as dust and full of new ideas. For oil-solu- 
ble vitamins. © Dec, 1, 1943; KK 23538. 

Dolgorukov (Gregory S.), d. b. a. Dolgorukov mfg. 
CO., Washington. 3592 

To the user of the Dolgorukov desk set. For 

desk set. © May 9, 1941; KK 23560. 



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Dolgorukov mfg. co. See Dolgorukov (Gregory S.), 
d, b. a. Dolgorukov mfg. co. 

Donnelley (Lee) co,, Cleveland. 3593-3597 

For commercial heat treated products: 

Driving power and toughness, © Nov. 15, 
1943* KK 23902 

' Flexibility. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 23900, 

Quenching is important in steel treating, too, 
© Dec. 15, 1943; KK 23903. 

Shock resistance! Usually obtainable by heat 
treatment. © Oct, 15, 1943; KK 23901. 

Steel, too, may suffer from fatigue, ©Jan. 15, 
1944; KK 23904. 

Coca-cola co,, Wilmington, Del. 3598-3611 

For soft drink: 

Have a Coca-cola = bonzer day. Great day, 
Australia no, 2, revised, © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 23622, 

Have a Coca-cola = hallo, bracie. Hello, 
brother. Polish flyer, © Feb, 29, 1944; KK 23718, 

Have a Coca-cola > hallo, bracie. Hello, 
brother. Polish flyer, © Mar, 1, 1944; KK 23717, 

Have a Coca-cola > sakabona, Whaddya say? 
South Africa no, 2, © Mar. 14, 1944; KK 23887, 

Have a coke, auld lang syne. Brass band re- 
vised. © Mar, 15, 1944; KK 23888. 

Have a coke = muchas f elicldades. Many con- 
gratulations. Venezuela. © Feb. 22, 1944; KK 
23620. 

Have a coke = muchas f elicldades. Many con- 
gratulationis. Venezuela. From Caracas to Cleve- 
land. © Feb. 23, 1944; KK 23621. 

Have a coke ■ so glad you're back again. Sail- 
or saluting boy, © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 23786. 

Here are the answers, etc. Fountain operation 
booklet. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 23787. 

Here's help in operating your fountain in war- 
time. Sprite pointing to booklet, © Mar. 20, 1944; 
KK 23891. 

Home folks depend on you for coke that makes 
the party. Kitchen snack party. © Feb. 29, 1944; 
KK 23719. 

Our boys need musical instruments on the bat- 
tlefront and in camp. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 23889. 

Our boys need musical Instruments on the bat- 
tlefront and in camp. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 23890. 

Yes. © Mar, 1, 1944; KK 23850. 

Dorr CO., New York, 3612 

DorrcoD-I system (rf water treatment. For water 

purifi(;ation equipment. © Dec, 1, 1943; KK 23983, 

Dow drug CO,, Cincinnati. 3613, 3614 

For drugs: 

Mama, I cut my finger 1 © Jan. 23, 1944; KK 
23559. 

Somebody ought to pin a general's stars on 
your doctor. © Jan. 30, 1944; KK 23558. 

Dumont (Allen B.) Laboratories, inc., New York. 

3615-3618 
" For your television future. For electronics and 
television receiver sets. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 
24057. 

Here's that bandwagon again. For electronics 
and television station equipment. © Mar. 20, 1944; 
KK 24038. 

How to shoot pictures. For precision electron- 
ics and television, © Mar, 20, 1944; KK 24039, 

Seeing Is believing 1 For studios and telecasting 
equipment, electronics and teleylsion, © Mar, 20, 
1944; KK 24058, 



Durham mfg. co., M uncle, Ind. 3619 

Symbols of vision. For metal furniture and card 
tables. © Feb. 28, 1944; KK 23642, 

Emulsol corp,, Chicago, 3620 

Sanitizing power through Emulsept. For bac- 
tericidal detergent. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 23556. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 3621 

Time out for the $64. question. For fountain 
pen. © Mar. 13, 1944; KK 23919, 

Falstaff brewing corp,, St. Louis. 3622 

Work hard friends and when you rest remember 
Falstaff tastes the best. For beer. © Oct. 1, 1943; 
KK 23824. 

Foley (Walter Johi^ & Dato (Anthony) , sole owners 
of Dafoe studios, Camden, N. J. 3623 

Free coupons, etc. No. 1 - one 8 x 10 oil colored 

photograph. For photographs. © Nov. 15, 1943; 

KK 23574, 

Frlgidalre div. General motors corp. See General 
motors corp. Frlgidalre dlv. 

Gamlen chemical co., Pittsburgh. 3624 

Gamlen - H - solvent. For Gamlen - H - solvent, 
chemical cleaning comp, © Aug, 20, 1942; KK 
23616, 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General mills, inc, Minneapolis, San Francisco. 

3625-3640 
Foi" cereal: 

Get the idea? © Jan. 2, 1944; KK 23543. 
It's love at first sight. © Feb. 13, 1944; KK 
23552. 

You won Hollywood in 2 straight sets. © Dec. 
5, 1943; KK 23539. 

You'll jump for It, you'll fall for it, this new 
breakfast thrill! © Jan. 30, 1944; KK 23550. 
For flouir: 

Big news for cake makers. © Jan. 11, 1944; 
KK 23545, 

Golden layer cake, © Feb. 13, 1944; KK 
23553, 

It's called pig in a poke! © Jan. 16, 1944; KK 
23546, 

Mealtime magic with enriched bread. © Jan. 
18, 1944; KK 23547. 

Nation's cake -makers now break all rules. 
Make delicious cakes. © Dec. 5, 1943; KK 23540. 
Topping! © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23549. 
Your better baking aid. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 
23785. 

Give your ration books a rest. For macaroni, 
spaghetti, noodles. © Dec, 27, 1943; KK 23541. 

So you're an elevator Cinderella! For break- 
fast cereal food. © Jan. 9, 1944; KK 23544. 

Torpedoes that outsmarted the Japs. For tor- 
pedoes. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 23551. 

Vitamins, please! For oil-soluble vitamins. © 
Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23548. 

What star is this? For food products. © Dec. 
28, 1944; KK 23542. 

General motors corp. Frlgidalre div., Dayton, O. 

3641 
Frozen food packaging kit. For frozen food 
packaging kit. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 24011. 



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Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York. 3642-3649 

For cosmetics: 

Dorothy Gray lipsticks in metal cases again. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24194. 

You're so pretty. Cleansing grains. © Feb. 
19, 1944; KK 23726. 

You're so pretty. Dry-skin cleanser. © Mar. 
6, 1944; KK 23644. 

You're so pretty. Extra rich skin cream. © 
Mkr. 18, 1944; KK 23830. 

You're so pretty. Hygienic paste. © lyfeir. 25, 
1944; KK 24001. 

You're so pretty. Masque frappe. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 24193. 

You're so pretty. Portrait face powder. © 
Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23646. 

You're so pretty. Special dry-skin lotion. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; KK 23776. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co. , New York. 

3650-3661 
Again - and better than ever - America's favor- 
ite. For hot cross buns, baked goods. © Feb. 24, 
1944; KK 24052. 
For coffee: 

Flavor makes it America's favorite I © Jan. 
24, 1944; KK 23727. 

Flavor makes it America's favorite. © Feb. 
4, 1944; KK 23730. 

Flavor makes it America's favorite I © Feb. 
18, 1944; KK 23731. 

Flavor makes it America's favorite I © Feb. 
24, 1944; KK 24051. 

It's time to turn to A & P. © Mar. 22, 1944; 
KK 24050. 

For groceries: 

I serve substantial meals and make substan- 
tial savings 1 © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24048. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. © Jan. 24, 
1944; KK 23728. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. © Feb. 24, 
1944; KK 24047. 

It's time to turn to A & P coffeel © Feb. 18, 
1944; KK 24046. 

Secret of wartime marketingi © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 24049. 

Speaking of vitamins. For bread. © Jan. 28, 
1944; KK 23729. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinoati. 3662, 3663 

For watches: 

Just two of our many invitations to people to 
visit your store. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 23899. 

What the government says about Gruen jewel- 
ers. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23584. 

H-B Instrument co., Philadelphia. 3664 

Now in wartime dress.^ For thermometers, hy- 
drometers, etc. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 23571. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 3665, 3666 

For ale: 

Let's dig deeper! © Feb. 9, 1944; KK 23577. 
On the beaml © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 23676. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. Y. 

3667-3675 
Delicious cheese from surplus milk. For rennet 
tablets. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 24190. 
For rennet powder: 

Aunt Rennie and her helpers know a thousand 
milk-y tricks so neat... © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24191. 
Aunt Rennie's magic makes it fun to eat milk 
with a spoon! © Jan. 30, 1943; KK 23681. 



Everything that can be said of milk can be 
said of rennet custards and more. © Feb. 7, 1943; 
KK 23662. 

For rennet powder and rennet talslets: 

Fresh peach rennet custard. © Nov. 2, 1943 
KK 24015. 

Graham nut rennet custard. © Nov. 2, 1943 
KK 24014. 

Grape nut rennet custard. © Nov. 2, 1943 
KK 24013. 

Mocha rennet- custard. Maple nut rennet- cus- 
tard. © Nov. 2, 1943; KK 24012. 

New product makes more tender, more delicious, 
golden-brown pancakes. For pancake mix. © Feb. 
17, 1944; KK 24189. 

Harris-Seybold- Potter co., Cleveland. 3676 

Harris impressions, v. 4, no. 2, Feb., 1944. For 

Uthographic supplies. © Jan. 22, 1944; KK 23788. 



Hearing ears. New York. 

Hearing ears. For hearing aids. 
1944; KK 23579. 



© 



3677 
Mar. 2, 



Heer (Ben) & co., Los Angeles. 3678 

Triple the life of tires you have. Form T-1 cir- 
cular. For trutreds & trucaps. © Jan. 28, 1944; 
KK 23807.- 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

3679, 3680 
For chemicals: 

Cellulose plastics are clear! © Feb. 28, 1944; 
KK 23535. 

Life expectancy, zero. © Mar. 16, 1944;KK 
23774. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 3681 

Cosmetic buyers ask why endocreme is selling 
so rapidly! For face cream. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 
23653. 

Holmes (Archibald) & son, Philadelphia. 3682 

Holmes styled Wilton. For Wilton broadloom 
rugs & carpets. © Mar. 24; KK 23966. 

Holmes (Gladys Looney) San Francisco. 3683 

Londonderry. For compound for making ice 
cream. © Dec. 17, 1943; KK 23806. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. S§e 
International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div. 

Hufford machine works, inc., Redondo Beach, Calif. 

3684 
Hufford portable hydraulic elevator. For port- 
able lift for industrial use. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 
24041. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 3685, 3686 

For permanent magnets: 

Destroyer escort kills subs with aid of 225 
permanent magnets. © Feb. 19, 1944; KK 23698. 

70 permanent magnets are used in a flying 
fortress. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 24053. 

Industrial abrasives, inc., Chicago. 3687 

Super-cut new diamond bonded wheel cuts faster! 
For diamond bonded grinding wheels. © Nov. 10, 
1943; KK 23582. 

International salt co., Inc., Scranton. 3688 

Salty says: Avoid shaker- clog. For salt. © Feb. 
2, 1944; KK 23893. 



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InternaUonal silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Merlden, Conn. 3689 

One reason why. For sterling silverplate in- 
laid. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 23743. 

International telephone & telegraph Corp., New York. 

3690 
Iceberg ahead, change course. For electronic 
equipment. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23667. 

Interwoven stocking co., New Brunswick, N. J. 

3691-3696 
For men's socks. 

Devil dogs, WC-134 [and] Interwoven special 
quality war service socks, WC-135. © Feb. 23, 
1944; KK 24000. 

Interwoven air-conditioned socks, WC-130 
[and] Interwoven short snorters, WC-131. © Feb. 
23, 1944; KK 23998. 

Interwoven genuine derby rib socks. © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 23638. 

Interwoven genuine derby ribbed socks, WC- 
128 [and] Navigator clocks, WC-129. © Feb. 23, 
1944; KK 23997. 

Interwoven softies, WC-126 [and] Every one 
a direct, WC-127. © Feb. 23, 1944; KK 23996. 

Tip does the trick, WC-132 [and] Argyll ol' 
the Scots, WC-133. © Feb. 23, 1944; K 23999. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 3697 

Wines with a past. Wine candler. For wines. © 
Feb. 29, 1944; KK 23710. 

Junior deb coat & suit co.. New York. 3698 

Most talked of values in town. For coats. © 
Aug. 7, 1940; KK 24003. 

Kellogg (John L.) & co. South Elgin, III. 3699 

If you ask me, etc. For coffee. © Feb. 20, 1944; 
KK 23615. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 3700 

More than' meets the eye. For breakfast cereal. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; KK 23766. 

Kidde (Walter) & co., inc., New York. 3701 

Kidde carbon dioxide fire extinguishing system - 
automatic type. For carbon dioxide fire extinguish- 
ing system. © Mar. 14, 1944; KK 23867. 

Larus & bro. co., Richmond. 3702, 3703 

Man from Cairo, Egypt. For tobacco. © May 1, 

1942; KK 23563. 

New kind of cigarette ad. For cigarettes. © Dec. 

25, 1941; KK 23562. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfield, N, J. 

3704-3708 
First 365 days are the hardest. For disinfectant. 
© Feb. 18, 1944; KK 23601. 
For cosmetics: 

Hinds new cream for old friends. © Dec. 28, 
1943; KK 23643. 

No truck driver's hands for met © Jan. 17, 
1944; KK 23645. 

For disinfectant and germicide: 

Amphyl for m-Odern femine hygiene. © Feb. 
23, 1944; KK 23603. 

Household disinfectant. © Feb. 16, 1944; KK 
23602. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 3709-3712 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer! Peter 
Arno. © Jan. 13, 1944; KK 23794. 



My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer I Says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 23795. 

My beer is Rheingold, the di-y beer I Says 
Ralph Bellamy. © Jan. 31, 1944; KK 23796. 

Warum bevorzugen, etc. © Nov. 24, 1943; KK 
23793, 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 

3713-3720 
For cigarettes: 

Chesterfield tells the whole story. Men at 
auction. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23658. 

Don't tell mom. © Mar. 5, 1944; KK 23682. 

5 years the winner. Fred Waring. © Feb. 
29, 1944; KK 23660. 

He says, right combination world's best to- 
baccos. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23657. 

It's thanks a million. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 
23683. 

Tailgun Smitty. © Mfer. 16, 1944; KK 23841. 

This is it. Arleen Whelan, © Mar. 17, 1944; 
KK 23842. 

Turret-nose Steve. © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 
23721. 

Lorr laboratories, Paterson. 3721 , 

Yes, I use dura-gloss. For nail polish. © Mar. 
15, 1944; KK 23892. 

McBee co., Athens, O. 3722, 3723 

Styles & specifications for binding printed forms 
into books. For binders. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 
23572. 

Styles and specifications of McBee waxspot pay- 
roll envelopes. For payroll envelopes. © Feb. 15, 
1944; KK 23573. 

McGraw electric co., Elgin, III. 3724, 3725 

For automatic electric toaster: 

I'll say he's good! © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 28604. 

On the thumbs of one hand. © Mar. 16, 1944; 
KK 24033. 

Majestic radio & television corp., Chicago. 

3726-3728 
For radio and' radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news, no. 3. © Mar. 3, 1944; 
KK 23695. 

Majestic radio news, no. 4. © Mar. 17, 1944; 
KK 23818. 

Majestic radio news, no.. 5, © Apr. 4, 1944; 
KK 24195. 

Master prints pub. co., New York. 3729, 3730 

Biographical sketches of the famous Americans. 

For portraits of famous Americans. © Nov. 11, 

1943; KK 23704. 

Instructions for the use of RichardA. Loederer's 

Immortal men of music noiniatures. For portraits 

of world famous composers. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 

23705. 

Match Corp. of America, Chicago. 3731 

Waging a winning political campaign. For book 
matches. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 23781. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 

3732, 3733 
For dictionaries: 

Circle and monogram. Feb., 1944. © Feb. 7, 
1944; KK 23685. 

Circle and monogram. Mar., 1944. © Mar. 
6, 1944; KK 23959. 



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Miller mfg. co., Glen Cove, L. I., N. Y. 3734 

Engineered by Miller. For luggage, leather 
goods and trunks. © Feb. 1.0, 1944; KK 23533. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 3735, 3736 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

Her soldier's picture is A. W. O. L. again 1 © 
Mar. 17, 1944; KK 23920. 

She'll never know how Webster spells it! © 
Mar. 18, 1944; KK 23784. 

Mock, Judson, Voehringer co., inc., Long Island 
City, N. Y. 3737 

Mojud.. that's all you need know about stockings . 

For ladies hosiery. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 24030. 

Motor wheel Corp., Lansing, Mich. 3738 

How to pick a winner I For duo- therm heaters. 
© Jan. 4, 1944; KK 23799. 

National cylinder gas co,, Chicago. 3739-3741 

New torchweld aircraft & sheet metal welding 
torches. For aircraft and sheet metal welding 
torches. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 23568. 

Repair parts list for national no. 5 portable cut- 
ting machine. For portable cutting machine. © Jan. 

27, 1944; KK 23569. 

Torchweld acetylene generators. For generators. 
© Jan. 10, 1944; KK 23576. 

National gypsum co., Buffalo. 3742 

Sunflex 1-hour wall paint. For wall paint. © 
Feb. 20, 1944; KK 23561. 

National oil products CO., Harrison, N.J. 3743-3749 
For skin cleanser: 

Cleansing aid in niianagement of dermatoses. 
© Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24008. 

Cleansing aid in management of dermatoses. 
© Mar. 13, 1944; KK 23912. 

First aid in the management of soap dermati- 
tis. © Mar. 13, 1944; KK 23910. 

First aid in the management of soap dermati- 
tis. © Mar. 13, 1944; KK 23911. 

New aid in the management of acne vulgaris. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; KK 23913. 

New aid in the management of acne vulgaris. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; KK 23914. 

Vitex views, no. 8. For milk. © Feb. 10, 
1944; KK 24007. 

Newnan cotton mills, Newnan, Ga. 3750 

Chef's special like a Newnan yarn. For blended 
yarns. © Feb. 29, 1944; KK 23555. 

Norton Lasier co., Chicago. 3751 

Doors of the future. For door closers. © Feb. 

28, 1944; KK 23697. 

Olinger (Elgin Dutton),d. b. a. Bureau systems co., 
Springfield, III. 3752 

Bureau system for farm income tax. For system 

file. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 23605. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 3753, 3754 

For sterling silver ware: 

For all your tomorrows. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 
24034. 

For all your tomorrows. © Mar. 20. 1944; KK 
24035. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 3755 

Lasts longer, serves better I For garage doors. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; KK 23670. 



Owens-Illinois glass co., Toledo. 3756 

Owens-Illinois insulux head insulating block. For 

heat insulating blocks. © Feb. 28, 1944; KK 24006. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 3757-3765 

For beer : 

Blue Ribbon tickles our customers pink! © 
July 12, 1943; KK 23869. 

How to make an enemy of your waiter in five 
easy lessons. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 23875. 

How to ruin a hotel clerk's day in five easy 
lessons. © Nov. 9, 1943; KK 23878. 

No^ no, says Nanette. © Aug. 27, 1943; KK 
23874. 

Sure, we carry profit insurance.. Pabst! © 
Aug. 9, 1943; KK 23871. 

Thar's gold in them tliar glasses! © July 26, 
1943; KK 23870. 

They blend e:Ktra, profits with those 33 brews I 
© June 28, 1943; KK 23868. 

This Blue Ribbon is sure tied up with profit! 
© Aug. 23, 1943; KK 23873. 

Though taverns surround him. © Aug. 16, 
1943; KK 23872. 

Parrish (Amos) & co., inc., New York. 3766 

This is the Christmas to go all-out for fur scarf 
selling. For fur scarfs. © Nov. 19, 1943; KK 
23700. 

Pasteuray co., St. Louis. 3767 

Here it is! The new portable Pasteuray. For 
electronic lamp. © Mar, 13, 1944; KK 23765. 

Penola, inc.. New York. 3788 

America's oil and American victory. For petro- 
leum products. © Feb. 18, 1943; KK 23739. 

Perfect parts, inc.. New York. 3769, 3770 

Brake drum chatter eliminator. Automotive 
brake & clutch lining rivets. For brake drum chat- 
ter eliminator & automotive brake & clutch lining 
rivets. . © Jan. 17, 1944; KK 23617. 

Perfect steel balls. For ball and roller bearings. 
© Jan. 17, 1944; KK 23599. 

Philco Corp., Philadelphia. 3771 

Production plus performance. For electrical 
instruments & parts. © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 23733. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., MlnneapoUs. 3772-3783 
For flour: 

Appetite appeal for a whole square meal!. © 
Oct. 17, 1941; KK 24061. 

Heigh-ho, heigh-ho..we're kernels, you should 
know. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 24068. 

How to make a husband eat out of your hand. 
© Sept. 26, 1941; KK 24060. 

How to make the family stop talking and start 
eatingi © Dec. 5, 1941; KK 24064. 

My bonnie makes pancakes for breakfast. © 
Dec. 3, 1943; KK 24065. 

Pancakes are coming, hooray, hooray. © Dec. 
31, 1943: KK 24066. 

Pillsbury's party point-savers. © Sept. 17, 
1943; KK 24059. 

Quick Santa.. the cookie jar! © Nov. 25, 1941; 
KK 24063. 

Stop signal for runaway prices. © Miar, 15, 
1944; KK 24070. 

Sure it's bewitching..it's sno sheen. © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 24069. 

Yo-ho-ho and a plateful of pancakes. © Mar. 
3, 1944; KK 24067. 



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Vitamin for you, sir! For flour and wheat cereal. 
© Nov. 7, 1941; KK 24062. 

Plibrico jointless firebrick co., Chicago. 3784 

Plibrlco super. Four page folder. For jointless 
firebrick. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23706. 

Precision diamond tool co., Chicago. 3785 

Precision diamond tool company presents a new 

development In diamond wheels. For diamond metal 

bonded grinding wheels. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 23829. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 3786-3791 

For adhesive mending tape: 

Everybody's cutting mending time. © Mar. 5, 
1944; KK 24181. 

Is everybody scrap-happy? © Feb. 1, 1944; 
KK 23610. 

Mend as you Iron - make appliques easily. © 
Feb. 6, 1944; KK 23611. 

Mend as you iron - make appliques easily. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24180. 

Mend as you Iron or make appliques. © Feb. 
1, 1944; KK 23609. 

No time for sewing! © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 
24024. 

Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See California fruit growers exchange. Products 
dept. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. Corp., St. Louis. 3792 
Flatness parallelism finish. For piston rings. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; KK 23823. 

Reynolds electric co., Chicago. 3793 

Reco fly chaser fan. For fly chaser fan. © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 23696. 

Ronrlco Corp., San Juan, Puerto Rico. 3794-3797 
For rum: 

For smart drinkers. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 
23764. 

For the connoisseur. © Jan. 12, 1944; KK 
23763. 

For the connoisseur. © Jan. 21, 1944; KK 
23761. 

Ronrlco best rum, bar none. © Jan. 5, 1944; 
KK 23762. 

Ross operating valve co., Detroit. 3798 

1/4" 4 way solenoid valve no. FD835. For sole- 
valve. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 23744. 

Royal typewriter co., Inc., New York. 3799, 3800 
For typewriters: 

Case of the staggering typewriter. © Jan. 7, 
1944; KK 23798. 

Sizzling zodiacs, etc. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 
23797. 

Ruppert (Jacob) brewery. New York. 3801 

Tastes just right - it's mellow light. For beer. 
© Feb. 27, 1943; KK 23770. 

Scripto mfg. co., Atlanta. 3802-3805 

For Scripto leads: 

Are you using a lead that suits your type of 
work? © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 23751. 

Select a Scripto lead that serves your needs 
and your writing pressurel © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 
23750. 

Select your refill leads from Scripto rainbow 
assortment. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 23749. 



They fit all mechanical pencils made to hold 
standard diameter leads. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 
23752. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 3806-3809 
For piston rings: 

He can restore original power, © Feb. 2, 
1944; KK 23536. 

He can restore original power. © Mar. 25, 
1944; KK 24056. 

Look, ladyl © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 23624. 

Precious? So is your car, etc. © Feb. 23, 
1944; KK 23537. 

Searle (G. D.) & co., Chicago. 3810 

Dysmenorrhea non-narcotic relief with pavatrlne. 
For pavatrlne. © Feb. 5, 1944; KK 23779. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 3811, 38-12 

For ladles coats: 

One-and-only Season skipper - two complete 
coats In one. © Feb. 26, 1944; KK 23580. 

One-and-only Season skipper - two complete 
coats in one. © Mar. 26, 1944; KK 24031. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 3813 

Keep up the pacel For shoes. © Feb. 29, 1944; 
KK 23723. 

Sheaf fer (W. A.) pen co., Fort Madison, la. 

3814, 3815 
For writing equipment: 

Leaders in writing progress! © Feb. 15, 
1944; KK 23581. 

Tradition of Sheaffer craftsmanship. © Mar. 
6, 1944; KK 23753. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, Elizabethport, N. J. 

3816-3820 

For Singer surgical stitchii^ instrument: 

Easier patient burden with the Singer surgical 
stitching Instrument. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 23702. 

Higher operating efficiency with the Singer sur- 
gical stitching Instrument. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23701. • 

I just love sewing class. For Singer school kits, 
notions, guides. © Feb. 29, 1944; KK 23703. 

Singer automatic chain cutting attachment. Form 
10318-344. For Singer chain cutting attachment. © 
Mar. 9, 1944; KK 23777. 

What can you do for a girl with 5 thumbs? For 
sewing machines and notions. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 
23665. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 3821, 3822 

For hearing aid: 

But, Mr. Crouse. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23860. 
Man who never says good-bye. © Mar. 3, 
1944; KK 23641. 



SoundScriber co., New Haven. 3823-3825 

For SoundScriber: 

My boss and I have learned how to be in two 
places at once! © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 23865. 

My boss says, etc. ©Feb. 3, 1944; KK 23864. 

Secretary says: SoundScriber helps me keep 
up with boss 1,000 miles away. © Dec. 2, 1943; KK 
23863. 

Standard blouse, Inc., New York. 3826 

Miss May - a new bow blouse. For ladies blouse. 
© Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23909. 



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3870 



Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 3827 
We've got 'em, let's sell 'em! For insecticides 
& germicides & lever -controlled sprayer. €> Jan. 
15, 1944; KK 23589. 

Stephano bros., Philadelphia. 3828, 3829 

For cigarettes: 

It's new, like to inhale? © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 
24004. 

It's new, remember Rameses? €> Mar. 8, 
1944; KK 23979. 

Stoddart aircraft co., Hollywood, Calif. 3830 

Antenna tuning unit. For remotely controlled 
antenna tuning unit. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 23607. 

Stromberg -Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 3831 

Father looks at his son. For radios. © Feb. 24, 
1944; KK 23898. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 3832 

Tastybake - lunchtilne round-up. Poster no. 97. 
For cake. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24192. 

Tivoli brewing co., Detroit. 3833, 3834 

For beer: 

Something to blow about. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
24219. 

When you're under pressure, etc. © Feb. 1, 
1944; KK 23725. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical corp., inc., Louis- 
ville. 3835 
Gold leaf tobacco-leaf dust for poultry round- 
worm. For tobacco dust. © Nov. 11, 1943; KK 
23840. 

Tompkins' label service, Philadelphia. 3836 

How to identify them. F or gummed and ungummed 
labels. © Feb. 21, 1944; KK 23854. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 38S7, 38S8 

Fitting floors for heavy duty. For a metallic 

concrete hardener. © Mar, 30, 1944; KK 23862. 
Tremco iron waterproofing. For waterproofing 

materiaL © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 23600. 

Trencher furs, inc.. New York. 3ft89 

Trencher, for generations in old New York, etc. 
For furs. © Dec. 1, 194S; KK 2S5S2. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 3840-3848 

Aiaazingl Cedar wood, etc. For cedar wall- 
paper. © Mar. 5, 1944; KK 23655. 

Brand newl Sensatlonall Applikays. For ready 
pasted appUkays. © Mar. 19, 1944; KK 23844. 
For ready -pasted Trimz borders: 

New cheer for children's rooms! © Mar. 20, 
1944; KK 23915. 

New magic for dull kitchens! ©Feb. 17, 1944; 
KK 23591. 

New magic for dall kitchens! ©Mar. 3, 1944; 
KK 23687. 

For ready -pasted wallpaper: 

At last! Wallpaper you put up yourself! © 
Mar. 20, 1944; KK 23916. 

At last! Wallpaper you put up yourself, easily, 
quickly! © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 23918. 

New wallpaper miracle! ©Jan. 20 , 1944; KK 
23917. 

New wallpaper miracle! © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 
23590. 



Two-timer, inc., Chicago. 3849, 3850 

For ladies coats: 

Two -timer - the coat that leads a double life. 
© Mar. 26, 1944; KK 24032. 

Two-timer - the coat that leads a double life. 
© Mar. 26, 1944; KK 24044. 

United States tobacco co., New York. 3851-3856 
For tobacco: 

Get hep and you'll be happy! © June 6, 1943; 
KK 23990. 

Home is where your Model is. © Jan. 29, 1943; 
KK 23716. 

Home is where your Model is. © Nov. 14, 
1943; KK 23849. 

Never made a pipe slug -nutty. © Aug. 29, 
1943; KK 23847. 

Step up and meet a super -diller! © Apr. 24, 
1943; KK 23846. 

Why wait to make your pipe -dreams come 
true? © Sept. 19, 1943; KK 23848. 

United wallpaper factories, inc., Chicago. 3857 

Now! It's so easy to be wallpaper -wise. For 
unitized wallpaper. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 23826. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, Ohio. 3858, 3859 

For eye glasses: 

Hubert doesn't wear bifocals. © Mar. 29, 
1944; KK 24036. 

What a sap I've been! © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 
24187. 

Victaulic CO. of America, New York. 3860 

Engineering nightmare. For pipe couplings and 
fittings. © Feb. 9, 1944; KK 23588. 

Vinco Corp., Detroit. 3861 

Packard phoned Vinco. For precision instru- 
ments-. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23861. 

Wembley, inc., N«w Orleans. 3862-3865 

For neck ties: 

Again this falL. first in advertising..first in 
demand. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 24071. 

Insignia red. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 23656.' 
Wembley ties are part of my post-war plan- 
ning. © Feb. 23, 1944; KK 23896. 

22,500,000 advertisements for Wembley ties this 
^ringl For neckwear. © Mar. 27, 1944; KK 23967. 

Wender & Goldstein, inc.. New York. 3866 

Uniforms are essential on the home front too. For 
industrial workers' uniforms. © Feb. 18, 1944; KK 
23755. 

Werk (M.) co., Cincinnati. 3867 

Werk's tag soap. For soap. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 
23825. 

Western cartridge co. ' Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div.. New Haven. 3868 

To hasten the return of pleasant days on the 

range. For ammunition. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23886. 

Weyerhaeuser sales co., St. Paul. 3869 

Engineering develops new and wider uses for wood 
as structural material. For lumber. ©Jan.1, 1943; 
KK 23740. 

Wickwire Spencer steel CO., New York. 3870 

Pest remover, cost cutter. For wire conveyor 
belt. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 23534. 



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pt. IV, n. S...V. 39 



Wilbur & Williams co., Boston. 3871 

Protecttoneering is our job. For paints. © Jan. 
4, 1944; KK 23982. 

WilUs (E. J.) CO., N6w Yorlc. 3872 

Willis akerite rubber bearings for stern tubes 
and struts. For rubber bearings. © Feb. 29, 1944; 
KK 23757. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO. Seg Western cartridge co. Winches- 
ter repeating arms Qo. div. 

Wise (Wm. H.) & co., inc., New York. 3873, 3874 
For book: 

New garden encyclopedia. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
23722. 



Pictorial history of the war. © Jan. 30, 1944; 
KK 23735. 

Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 3875-3877 

For radionic hearing aid: 

From coast to coast grateful multitudes hail, 
etc. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 23699. 

Greater, ever greater grows. © Mar. 13, 
1944; KK 24040. 

Zenith's pledge to the medical profession. © 
Feb. 26, 1944; KK 23597. 



Zimba beverage co., inc., New York. 3878 

Zimba kola. There's always a thirst time. For 
soft drink. © Feb. 16, 1944; KK 23986. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 -— — 1,292 



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LABELS 



Ace fly trap co. See Patterson (Herman W,) , d. b^ 
a. Ace fly trap co. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 3879 

Toddle -moc. For shoe box label. © Mar. 14, 
1944; KK 23817. 

Borden co., New York. 3880, 3881 

Borden's one quart liquid pasteurized milk. For 

fluid milk. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23557. 

Borden's one quart liquid unsweetened condensed 

milk. For condensed milk. © Feb. 29, 1944; KK 

23815. 

Borea. See Curran (Edward T.), d. b. a. Borea. 

Butereg co., inc., Pampa, Tex. a882, 3883 

For breaJd: 

Butereg bread. © Nov. 17, 1941; KK 23612. 

Lincoln's butereg bread. © Oct. 24, 1940; KK 
23598. 

Chalmers (Harvey) & son, inc., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

3884 
Glamour girL For buttons. © Feb. 18, 1944; KK 
23531. 

Charles paint research co., Kansas City, Mo. 3885 
Rub-x. For cleaning, polishing & finishing mate- 
rial. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 23529. 

Charm part urns, Memphis, Tenn. 3886 

Flight. For perfume. ©Feb. 18,1944; KK24016. 

Chase products co., Manhattan Beach, Calif. 3887 
Chase clean-off. For household cleaner. ©Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 23980. 

Cheek (Preston Van> St. Louis. 3888 

Regimen system. For label for vitamin and min- 
erals, box. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 23648. 

Codle-Kay co., Los Angeles. 3889 

Trim saw. For hand tool, portable band saw. © 
Feb. 22, 1944; KK 23613. 

Colorado serum co., Denver, 3890, 3891 

Colorado anti-hog cholera serum. For anti-hog 

cholera serum. © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 23651. 

Colorado hog cholera virus. For hog cholera 

virus. © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 23652. 

C urran (Edward T.) , d. b. a. Borea, Brooklyn. 3892 
Dr. C urran 's facial cream Borea. For a skin 
antiseptic antacid emollient cream. ©Oct. 1, 1943; 
KK 23565. 

Electric game co., inc., Holyoke, Mass. 3893 

Let's go to college. For game. ©Feb. 16, 1944; 
KK 23783. 

Fairbanks (F. M.), d. b, a. E. M. Fairbanks & co., 
Seattle. 3894 

Condor brand, Chilean claret wine. For liquors. 

© Mar. 3^ 1944; KK 23671. 



Fairbanks (F. M.) & co. See Fairbanks (F. M.), d. 
b. a. F. M. Fairbanks & co. 

Fontaine converting works, inc., Martinsville, Va. 

3895 
Crease resistant. For processed fabrics. © 
Mar. 7, 1944; KK 23669. 

Giovannini (Ferruccio) Chicago. 3896 

Florentine almond candy boxes. For candy. © 
Mar. 9, 1944; KK 23831. 

Glass-kote sales products. See MazuUo (John) , d. 
b. a. Glass-kote sales products. 

Grant (W. T.) co., New York, 3897 

Grants ready cut ready to sew childs dress. For 

child's ready cut dress. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 23984. 

Helm (Edgar) Cincinnati, . 3898 

Your exotic beauty toilet soap. For soap. © Mar. 
10, 1944; KK 23680. 

Hex chill mfg. co,, Kansas City, Mo. 3899 

Hex fine chlU. For chill. © Sept. 18, 1942; KK 
23868, 

Hosiery (L, & B.) co.. New York, 3900 

Wonderwear hosiery. For hosiery. © May 7, 
1943; KK 23758, 

Howard (E. R. T.) Houston. 3901 

Howard Instant self fitting tool handles. For 
tool handles. © Jan, 6, 1944; KK 23895. 

Kellogg (John L.) & co., South Elgin, 111. 3902 

Frozen flavor all-coffee. For instant coffee. © 
Dec, 27, 1943; KK 23618, 

Krambo food stores, inc., Oshkosh, Wis. 3903 

Sambo. For coffee. © Dec. 10, 1943; KK 23606, 

Little brown jug products co., inc, St. Louis, 3904 
Waffle house syrup. For cane & maple table 
syrup. © Feb. 19, 1944; KK 23594, 

Maler's bakery, Reading, Pa. , 3905 

Round the clock. For break. © Feb. 23, 1944; 
KK 23619. 

Mazullo (John) , d. b. a. Glass-kote sales products, 
Burbank, Calif. 3906 

Glass-kote. Protects glass. For cleaning and 

polishing motenol glass. © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 23922, 

National dnug lal^ratorles, Inc, Chicago. 

3907-3911 
For vitamins: 

Bi-plex capsules. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 23674. 

Grayplex tablets. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23672. 

Vltafours 4 vitamin perles. © -Nov, 1, 1943; 
KK 23675. 

Vltamlnes 9 vitamin perles. © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 23673. 

Hepaferrln liver. Iron &B complex. For drugs 
& vitamins. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 23677. 



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3912 



Naughton farms, Inc., Waxahacie, Tex. 3912 

Cactus window box garden. For assorted cacti. 
© Jan. 20, 1944; KK 23759. 

Noxlde laboratories, Charleston, W. Va. 3913 

Noxodr. For spray, deodorant. © Mar. 9, 1944; 
KK 23742. 

Oyster growers cooperative, Portland, Or. 3914 
Coos Bay brand oysters. For oysters. © June 5, 
1942; KK 23681. 

Pacific lumber co., San Francisco. 3915 

Palco Pete's mulch. For mulch or soil llghtener. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; KK 23923. 

Palo from California, Los Angeles. 3916 

Palo, For pull toys. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 23530. 

Parfums de Dana, Inc., New York. 3917 

[Feathers] cosmetics. For cosmetics. © Mar. 
8, 1944; KK 23715. 

Patterson (Herman W.), d. b. a. Ace fly trap co., 
Cleveland Heights, O. 3918 

Ace fly-trap. For plastic fly tr£^. © Feb. 10, 

1944; KK 23666. 

Penlck & Ford, ltd.. Inc., New York. 3919-3921 
For new Orleans molasses: 

Aunt Dinah molasses. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 
23790 

Brer Rabbit molasses. Gold. ©Mar. 13, 1944; 
KK 23791. 

Brer Rabbit molasses. Green. © Itar. 13, 
1944; KK 23792. 

Rosenbaum glass products, inc.. New York. 3922 
Fullvue all purpose mirror. For vanity mirror. 
© Oct. 25, 1943; KK 23780. 

Safety cleansers co., Saginaw, lAich. 3923 

Pled Piper cleaner. For detergent substance. © 
Nov. 3, 1943; KK 23855. 

Sokol & CO., Chicago. 3924 

Dried mushrooms. Directions for use. For dried 
mushrooms. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24005. 

Standard brands. Inc., New York. 3925 

Flelschmann s. For yeast. © Feb. 22, 1944; KK 
23960. 



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Stroehmann bros. co., Wllllamsport, Pa. 3926 

Enriched Stroehmann's kew-bee bread. For 
bread. © Mar. 11, 1944; KK 23839. 

Taylor (Richard W.), d. b. a. R. W. Taylor & co., 
Boston. 3927 

Taylorlzed. For textile fabrics and garments 

made from same. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 23596. 

Taylor (R. W.) & co. See Taylor (Richard W.), d. 
b. a. R. W. Taylor & co. 

Threadwell tap & die co., Greenfield, M«ss. 3928 
Stock record. For tools, taps. © Jan. 6, 1944; KK 
23709. 

Tlmmerman mfg. co., HlM)lng, Minn. 3929 

Blzzy blldlng blox. For toy blocks. © FdJ. 5, 
1944; KK 23985. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical corp., inc., Louis- 
ville. 3930, 3931 
Black leaf 10 dust base. For dust base contain- 
ing 10 % nicotine. © Nov. 5, 1943; KK 23837. 

Black leaf 40. Form.0542. For a nicotine sul- 
phate solution. © Oct. 20, 1943; KK 23838. 

TurnbuU (Frederick M.) Los Angeles. 3932 

Bandex. For surgical dressing. © Mar. 22, 
1944; KK 23961. 

V-brands, New York. 3933 

Jeeps. For prophylactic rubber articles for the 
prevention of contagious diseases. © Bftar. 6, 1944; 
KK 23820. 

Wesleyan unlv., Mlddletown, Conn. 3934 

Wesleyan jlbers In college songs and barber 
shop. For phonograph records with album. © Jan. 
4, 1944; KK 23554. 

Williams (Lewis O,), d. b. a. Williams co., Koko^ 
mo, Ind. 3935 

Bouffont. For detergent material. © Feb. 9, 

1944; KK 23782. 

Williams co. See Williams (Lewis O.), d. b. a. 
Williams CO. 



Number of entries of Labels Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



185 



70 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[3935 



Murphy ranch co. 1-6 

For lemons: 

Murphy ranch one star. RR 100, Mar. 11, 1944. 

Murphy ranch three star. RR 99, Mar. 11, 
1944. 

Murphy ranch two crown. RR 98, Mar. 11, 
1944. 

For oranges: 

Murphy ranch one star. RR 104, Apr. 4, 1944. 

Murphy ranch three star. RR 103, Apr. 4, 
1944. 



Murphy ranch two crown. RR 102, Apr. 4, 
1944. 

© Murphy ranch co., Whlttier, Calif. 

NicholouUas (Christos) 7 

King Othon coffee. For coffee. © Christos 
NicholouUas, New York. RR 97, Mar. 6, 1944. 

Tustin Hills citrus assn. 8 

Geo. Washington. For oranges. © Tustin Hills 

citrus assn,, Tustin, Calif. RR 101, Mar. 18, 1944. 



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deposited according to law with the applications for copyright of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
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prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
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a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
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Part 4 also contains in two sqiarate alph^ets of proprietors, the titles of commercial prints and labels. 
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A list of copyright renewals will be found at the end of each alphabet of proprietors. 
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The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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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. 



Adler (Lewis) 3936-3940 

Clement (Charles): 

Cat and the fiddle. - Hickory, dickory, dock. 

- Jack and Jill. - Little Jack Horner. - Little Miss 
Muffet. © Mar, 1, 1944; G 43119-43123. 

Allan Qan)* 3941-3944 

Doberman, 265. - Farm plug, 152. - French 
poodle, 266. - Sheep dog, 267. © Jan. 15, 1944; 
G 43160-43163. 

Americana designs. 3945-3947 

Brandfield (Kitty): 

Cornucopias. - Female farmer. - Male farm- 
er. © Feb. 28, 1944; G 43218-43220. 

Ashley (Bob)* 3948 

Will we heed the storm or still be just a bunch 
of ass's? © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1944; G 43342. 

Associated American artists galleries. 3949-3958 
Benton (Thomas Hart): 

Farmer's daughter. - Fire in the barnyard, 
run, boys, run. - Homeward bound. - Journey's end. 

- Junk in the summer. - Letter from overseas. - 
Picnic. - Spring tryout. - Still life. - Wreck of the 
Ole '97. © 1 c. each May 4, 1944; G 43369-43378. 

Barnes (Lever ett William)* 3959 

Design for world war II victory medal. © 1 c. 
Mar. 10, 1944; G 43261. 

Carral & Carral S. de R. L. 3960-4013 

Bernal (Arias) Story of the Axis: 

After the raid was over, 39. - All American 
reaction, 36. - Ambassador of hypocrisy in action. 
33. - American production, modern design, 37. - 
Atlantic charter, 30. - Axis reward, 50. - Big 
three at Teheran, 49. - Birth of Mein kampf, 10, - 
Bombs over Tol^o, 38. - Cairo conference, 48. - 
Casablanca conference, 42. - Courageous China 
repulses Japan, 32. - Dictator at work, 11. - Enter 
Gen. Eisenhower, 41. - Franco brings new casta- 
nets to Spain, 17. - German draft, 1914, 2. - Haile 
Selassie's voyage, 16. - His recuperation, 6. - Hit- 
ler displays lust, 25. - Hitler out on a limb, 43. - 
Hitler points the way to Poland, 23. - Hitler's ap- 
proval of the purge, 13. - Hitler's dream, 1. - 
Hitler's reception by England, 26. - Inimitable 
Churchill, 24. - Invasion, D day, 51. - Keep your 
distance, Mr. War, 53. - King's flirtation, 14. - 
Liberty at work, 54. - MacArthur In action, 35. - 
Montgomery treats Rommel gently, 40. - Mourning 
for Von Hlndenburg, 12. - Mussolini fiddles with 
Ethiopia, 15. - Mussolini In exile, 45. - Mussolini's 
present to the king, 22. - New friends, 18. - New 
hope arrives, 28. - Non-aggression pact, 21, 29. - 
Painter begins to be pulled by politics, 3. - Peace 
offering, 20. - Petaln's conversion to Nazism, 27. - 
Remember Pearl Harbor, 34. - Saluting the new 
order, 8. Scene 1, liar In costume, 46. - Scene 11, 
ouch, that hurt, 47. - Serving under the kaiser, w.orld 
war, 1914, 4. - Soap box dictator, 9. - Three mos- 



quiteers, 19. - Tlmoshenko, that big bad man, 31. - 
Toasting the new order, 7. - Tough fight, but we 
won, 52. - Unconditional surrender, 44. - Wounded 
soldier, 5. © 1 c. each Apr. 25, 1944; G 43288- 
43341. 

t 
Chunn (Thomas H.)* 4014 

Global war veterans Insignia. © 1 c. Feb. 22,« 
1944; G 43226. 

Clmlnl (P. L.)* 4015 

Conserve space, time, energy with presto re- 
volving office equipment. © 1 c. Jan. 22, 1944; G 
43287. 



Columbian bank note co. 
Fors (Lawrence): 

Vignette. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; G 43343. 



4016 



Connelly (Leo C.) 4017 

Bernardlnl (Michael): 

Infant of Prague statue. © Feb. 25, 1944; G 
43231. 



4018-4043 



2365. © Mar. 



& Hart 
Pelzel 
2335 A- 



Cook, Watklns & Patch, Inc. 

Cassanl (John): 

Carved war memorial, 2364, 
18, 20, 1944; G 43193, 43194. 

Peterson (Edward R.) Carved marker: 
Blatz (Henry), Clark (Frank D.) 
(Robert) 2334 A-C. - Janes (Bernlce D.), 
(Herman J.) & Schoenfeld (Harry Morris) 
C. © Mar. 30, 1944; G 43171, 43172. 

Peterson (Edward R.) Carved memorial: 

Berg, 2352. - Birchfield (Arthur M.) 2350. - 
Bradley, 2337. - Brenner (Eugene F. & Martha K.) 
2344. - Curtis (Bruce) ^348. - Davidson, 2353. - 
Gatley (Emma & Fred) 2336. - Howard (Richard 
E. & Martha M.) 2346. - Jentzen, 2332. - Kearns, 
2343, - Keeler, 2338. - Merldeth, 2351. - Morrow 
(Henry F.) 2333. - Paglnl, 2349. - Paulson 0ohn) 
2347. - Schrom, 2341. - Sterling, 2339. - Townley, 
2340. © Mar, 30, 1944;G 43169, 43170, 43173-43181, 
43183-43190. 

Small (Janet Sherburne) Carved memorial: 
Blltmore, 2355. - Bivins, 2345. - Browne, 
2354. © Mar. 30, 1944; G 43182, 43191, 43192. 

DaPrato (A.) co. 4044-4055 

WooUett (Sidney D.) Station of the cross: 

Panels 2-4. © Mar. 13, 1943; G 43350, 
43352, 43353. 

Panel 5. © Apr. 22, 1943; G 43351. 

Panel 7. © Mar. 13, 1943; G 43345. 

Panels 8-11. © Aug. 25, 1943; G 43346- 
43349. 

Panels 12-14. © Mar, 13, 1943; G 43354- 
43356. 



De Lancy's. 

Knotts (Louise D.) : 



4056-4061 



73 



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4062 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Bo Peep. - Boy Blue. - Jack be nimble. - 
Jack Horner. - Miss Muffet. - Mistress Mary. © 
Dec. 1, 1943; G 43388-43393. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 4062 

Navajo Indians. © 1 c. May 3, 1944; G 43364. 

Eames (Claire Agnes Goldener)* 4063-4068 

I had a little pony. - Little Bo Peep. - Little 
Boy Blue. - Patty- cake, patty- cake. - See saw, 
Margery Daw. - Swing high. © July 1, 1943; G 
43394-43399. 

Eckert (Edward George)* 4069 

Gargals & boys. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; G 43217. 



Ellison (Franklin Hugh)* 4070 

American mother's flags. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1944; 
G 43363. 

Faulkner (Florence Ostern)* 4071 

Little Herman. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1944; G 43118. 



Ferargil, inc. 

Constant (George): 

Spring. © 1 c. Apr. 1, 1944; G 43262. 



4072 



Foreman (Gloria)* 4073-4081 

April showers. - December. - February. - 
January. - March winds. - May flowers. - Novenier. 
- October. - September. © 1 c. each Nov. 11, 1943; 
G 43252-43260. 

Gordon (Elisabeth)* 4082 

Victory, arising like a phenlx from the ashes of 
defeat; Dunkirk - Pearl Harbor - Corregidor. © 
1 c. Apr. 19, 1944; G 43233. 

Grieve (Maurice)* 4083-4086 

Cherubs. - Palms. - Prince's plumes. - Shell 
flower, © 1 c. each Apr. 8, 1944; G 43164-43167. 

Hans ley (H. A.)* 4087 

China. Design of Chinese character motives. 
© 1 c. Apr. 8, 1944; G 43168. 

Herrick (John P.) 4088-4091 

Lekberg (Arnold): 

Elm tree stands on site of derrick of Crocker 
well drilled at Olean in 1865. - Oil field pump station 
of National transit co. at Bolivar, New York, in 
1884. - Original station at Olean has pumped night 
and day since 1881. - Two ton boulder at Petrolia 
commemorates Orville P. Taylor's discovery well 
of 1879. © 1 c. each May 5, 1944; G 43380-43383. 

Heyman (Stanley G.) 4092 

Fowler (Laura): 

Welcome home. © 1 c. May 8, 1944; G 43400. 

Hoffheins (Grace Louisa)* 4093-4096 

God's jewel complete. - God's jewel incomplete. - 
Signet ring of the Holy Spirit. - Unity of the gifts 
of the Spirit. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1944; G 43263- 
43266. 

4097 
1 c. Feb. 



Ingrando (Hazel Pearson)* 

Fruit design border in cut-crocket. 
28, 1944; G 43242. 

Iota alpha tau fraternity. 
Priest (Robert W.): 

Crest of Iota alpha tau fraternity. © 



4098 



1 c. 



Apr. 10, 1944; G 43196. - 

Jennewein (C. Paul)* 4099 

Armillary sphere for Denison university - Pe- 
gasus on a cloud. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; G 43230. 

Johnson & Gustafson. 41 00-4118 

Magistris (Hugo) Memorial: 

* Bruning, 174-P. - Downing, 173-P. - Garand, 
178-P. - Kissick, 180-P. - Leonard, 171-P. - 
Masters, 175-P. - Newton, 170- P. - Putnam, 177- 
P. - Taylor, 172-P. - Whiteman, 179-P. © June 
17, 1943; G 43267-43272, 43274-43277. 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 

Douglas. 184-P. - Jewell, 186-P. - Kimball, 
182-P. - King, 188-P. - Maynard, 181-P. - Nespor, 
176-P. - Olander, 183-P. - Radcliffe, 187-P. - 
Sanders, 185-P. © June 17, 1943; G 43273, 43278- 
43285. 

Karp (pavid)* 4119 

V9i9§ of the four freedoms! © 1 c. Apr. 24, 
1944; G 43286. 

King features syndicate, inc. 4120-4131 

Bundy (Gilbert) : 

One place the Rising Sun's gone down, 40, 
43-45, 47. © Apr. 16, 1944; G 43247-43251. 

Their names should never die, 39, 41, 42, 46, 
48, 49. © Apr. 23, 1944; G 43357-43362. 

We take another Jap island, 56. © Apr. 9, 
1944; G 43246. 

Klatt (Larry E.)* 4132 

[Golden dragon] © 1 c. Dec. 27, 1943; G 43208. 

Kramarski (Harry)* 4133, 4134 

[Kramer's art creations of a rabbit] -[Kramer's 
art creations of a parrot] © 1 c. each Mar. 23, 
1944; G 43209, 43210. 

Lanyi (Dezso)* 4135, 4136 

Liberty queen. © July 26, 1942; G 42299. 
Old Faithful. © July 26, 1942; G 42298. 

Liturgical art sales co. 4137 

Art school of Maria Laach: 

Christ-the-King crucifix. © Dec. 15, 1943; 
G 43211. 

Lockhart (Walter Royal)* 4138 

Freedom for the world. © 1 c. May 5, 1944; 
G 43379. 

Mann (William Lee) 4139 

Ellis (Charles F.): 

Attention mothers. Don't waste food in war 
time. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; G 43204. 

Martin (Dexter B.)* 4140 

Keep'em flying. © 1 c. May 9, 1944; G 43401. 

Montag bros., inc. 4141, 4142 

Menaboni (Athos): 

Indigo bunting. - Redstart. © 1 c. each Apr. 
11, 1944; G 43213, 43214. 

Morrow (Beatrice Viola)* 4143 

Miniver rose. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1943; G 43203. 

Osborne co. 4144-4146 

De Maris (Walter): 

Coaching scene, 4859. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; 
G 43228. 



74 



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no. 4. 1944 



4190 



Nagel (Hans): 

Delaware Water Gap. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; 
G 43227. 

Teller (Grif [i. e. Griffith H.]): 

Covered bridge, 4860. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; 
G 43229. 

Outdoor advertising assn. of America, inc. 

4147, 4148 
Seelen (Mark): 

Panel design, nos. 1,2. © 1 c. each Mar. 17, 
1944; G 43206, 43207. 

Raiken (Samuel) inc. 4149 

Raiken (Sidney): 

Kassel cemetery- family memorial. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1944; G 43216. 

Robinson (Allan)* 4150 

Mafiana Maria. © Feb. 15, 1944; G 43366. 

Romanovsky (Dimitri)* 4151, 4152 

Doll. - White rose Caledonia. © 1 c. each May 
6, 1944; G 43386, 43387. 

Rosary foundation, inc. 4153 

Rasko (Maximilian Aurel): 

Apparition of the Holy Rosary of the Blessed 
Virgin Mary to St. Dominic, Proville, 1206. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1944; G 43368. 

Ruch (Harvey Luther)* 4154 

Dynamite Steve. © 1 c. May 3, 1944; G 43365. 

Runyon (J. C.)* 4155 

Zip of a grasshopper. © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; 
G 43384. 

Scheuffele (Sylvia Dagmar)* 4156-4161 

Bonnita. - Bonnita Rio Grandee. - Feadore Ru- 
dolph. - Remember Pearl Harbor. - Song of vic- 
tory, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Feb. 9, 1944; G 43234- 
43239. 

Schindler (Alfred) 4162, 4163 

Steinberg (Isidor N.) 

All Jersey enjoys, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Apr. 3, 
1944; G 43243, 43244. 

Schlesinger (Leon) 4164-4169 

Cannon (Robert): 

Sniffles. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1944; G 43199. 
Jones (Charles): 

Quentin Quail. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1944; G 43201. 
McKimson (Charles): 

Beaky Buzzard. - Elmer Fudd. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 10, 1944; G 43197, 43202. 
McKimson (Robert): 

Daffy Duck. - Porky. © 1 c. each Apr. 10, 
1944; G 43198, 43200. 



Soellner (Oscar Daniel)* 4170, 

[Night lights] © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1944; G 43117. 

Stevenson (Gordon)* 4171 

Mark Twain. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; G 43205. 

Stoll (Ignatius)* 4172 

Wesley (John) © 1 c. Jan. 6, 1943; G 41362. 

Stone (Carl) 4173 

Raiken (Sidney): 

Stone monolith memorial exedra. © 1 c. 
Mar. 28, 1944; G 43215. 

Storz brewing co. 4174, 4175 

Storz (Robert): 

Ask for Storz beer. - Frame and base of sign 
containing three convolutions on the frame and 
certain corner shape and end pieces and four con- 
volutions on the base. © 1 c. each Mar. 1, 1944; 
G 43240, 43241. 

Sutton (Walter Scott)* 4176 

War memorial. © 1 c. Mar. 31, 1944; G 43225. 

Taub (Philip) 4177 

Hammargren (Frederick): 

Inseparable. © 1 c. May 6, 1944; G 43385. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 4178-4181 

I know that my Redeemer liveth, 233. - Lo I am 
with you alway, 226, 232. - Unto you is born a Sav- 
iour, which is Christ the Lord, 227. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 14, 1944; G 43221-43224. 

Venetian Lido statuary co. 4182 

Rebechini (Guido): 

Sacred Heart of Jesus. © Apr. 6, 1944; G 
43195. 

Vermont marble co. 4183 

Whitehouse (Louis A.): 

Vermont cemetery memorial, DlO-01255. 
© Mar. 11, 1944; G 43344. 

Viquesney (E. M.)* 4184 

Spirit of the fighting Yank. ® Oct. 1, 1943; G 
43212. 

Waehner (John) mfg. co., inc. 4185-4188 

Von Eckardt (Lydia) : 

Little Bo Peep. - Ring-a-round the rosies. - 
Rock-a-bye baby. - Tom, Tom, the piper's son. © 
Oct. 1, 1943; G 42962-42965. 

Wenberg (Elizabeth S.)* 4189 

There's a moon shining over the rainbow. © 1 
c. Apr. 20, 1944; G 43245. 

White (Henry William)* 4190 

Beginning of Tom and Jerry. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 
1944; G 43232. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 



823 



75 



CLASSES H-K 



REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Adam (Elton) 4191 

Pancake and waffle warmer. © 1 c. May 4, 
1944; I 34507. 

Adler (Lewis) 4192 

Little Bo Peep! © Mar. 1, 1944; K 55409. 

Agostineto (Giacomo) 4193 

Combination war time wooden mop and brush 
handle. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34435. 

Alabama (State) 4194-4196 

Alabama alcoholic beverage control board, 

17894, © Oct. 30, 1943; K 55545. 
Alabama, 19788: 

1 cent tobacco tax [stamp] - 3 cents tobacco 

tax [stamp] © Mar. 7, 1944; K 55546, 55549. 

Allison (Glenn Stanley) 4197 

Analysis for insurance and estate planning. © 
Mar. 11, 1944; I 34224. 

Aluminum co. of America. 4198 

Typical microstructures of wrought aluminum 
alloys. © Apr. 27, 1944; K 55651. 

American automobile assn. 4199, 4200 

We are extra alert on rainy days, 159. © Feb. 

18, 1944; K 55432. 

We wait on curb until traffic goes by, 158. © 

Jan. 25, 1944; K 55433. 



American bank note co. 

84712. © Jan. 4, 1944; K 55439. 



4201 



American mutual liability insurance co. 4202-4204 
At the sound of this belL © Sept. 24, 1943; K 

55397. 

Bird that will signal new worlds to build. © Aug. 

12, 1943; K 55396. 

When it's just a picture on the wall. © Nov. 18, 

1943; K 55398. 

American national Red cross. 4205-4213 

Bookshelves, double, ARC 1405-26A. - Book- 
shelves, sii^le, ARC 1405-26. Card table cover , 
ARC 1403. - Cloth checkerboard, ARC 1405-52A. - 
Cushion cover, ARC 1404. - Folding bed tray, ARC 
1405-25. - Men's bedroom slippers, mule, ARC 
1405-4B. -Men's convalescent slippers, ARC 1405- 
4A. - UtiUtybag, ARC 1405-100. © Mar. 9,1944; 
I 34234-34242. 

American radiator & standard sanitary corp. 

4214' 
Victory is on the horizon. © 1 c. Oct. 8, 1943; 

K 55536. 

. » 

Ames & Rollinson. 4215 

Parish schools, Archdiocese of New York, © 
Apr. 14, 1944; K 55521. 



Andersen (Karl Albert) 4216 

Loose Plyers & wrenches jaw. © 1 c. Apr. 12, 
1944; I 34253. 

Anderson (Alfred G.) 4217 

Wrecking bar. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34166. 

Anderson (William Andrew) 4218 

Honor roll and family record. © Mar. 22, 1944; 
K 55464. 

Archer (Nathaniel Baer) 4219 

Spring chart. © Dec. 7, 1943; I 34138. 

Association of American raiD:oads. 4220 

X marks the spot. © Apr. 15, 1944; K 55462. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 4221-4346 

Assembly of-aych bar truck, 2-605^B. - Bronze 
shoe, 12001. - Cast iron bumper pocket, MK-Sl 
[and] Bumper block, MK-S2, 17217. - Collector 
shoe, bronze, 11864. - Collector shoe holder, 
bronze, 11865. - Forged steel driving axles, S-1 
[and] Forged steel trailer axles, S-2, 17124. - M. 
S. packing ring separator S-1 [and] M. S. follower 
plate S-2, 16833. © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1944; I 
34187-34192, 34211. 

Assembly of side bearer, 16914. - Body center 
plate steel casting 3770. - C. I. air cylinder, 
11011. - C. 1. dust collar, 9552 [and] S. C.dust col- 
lar, 9552A. - C. I. oil thrower, 9919 [and] S. C. oil 
thrower, 9919A. - C. I. roller bearing cover, 9550 
[and] S. C. roller bearing cover, 9550A. - Forged 
steel drive axle, 17275. - Forged steel trailer 
axle, 17778. - S. C. bearing, 9922, 11004. - S. C. 
center plate, 4514-A. - S. C. cover, 8784-B. - S. 
C. fulcrum bracket, 9921. - S. C. half coupling, 
9953, 9954. - S. C. hinge, 9959, 9960. - S. C. 
lever, 12159. - S. C. rack housing, 5140-C. © 1 
c. each Apr. 13, 1944; I 34266-34284. 

Bronze bushing, 9623, 9625. - C. L contact shoe, 
9875. r C. L grease retainer, 9622. - C. L set 
collar, 4001 -A.- C. L side bearing, 8877. - Door 
stop spring link steel [and details] 11606. - Forged 
piston rod and rack, 2200-H. - Forged steel drive 
axles. Forged steel trailer axles, 11561. - Hand 
hold, 8030. - S. C. bearing, 9867-9870. - S. C. door 
lever, 9871-|; - S. C. gate brackets, 9878. - S. C. 
trolley pole head, 9876. - S. C. truck bolsters, 
11608. - Shaft guard, 17590. © 1 c. each Apr. 19, 
1944; I 34350-34368. 

Bronze follower ring, 11900. - Bronze gland, 
1691A. - C. L air cylinder, 11478. - C. I. cylinder 
head, 1689-A, 1690-B. - C. L piston head, 11899. - 
M. S. packing ring separator S-1. M. S. follower 
plate S-2, 15460. - S. C. door plate, 4157A-R/L, 
4158-R L, 7129A-R/L, 11944R L. - S. C. truck 
bolster, 9642. - 5 1/2" x 10" A. R. A. standard 
axle, 16486. - 12 ton coke quenching car, 6-378-B, 
6-393-D, 6-393-E, 6-393-H, 6-393-N. - 24" rolled 
steel tire, class-C. 16485. - 42 ft. 12 ton capacity 
coke quencher, 5-393, 6-393-A, 6-393-B, 6-393-K, 



76 



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4395 



6-393-L, 6-393-M. - 42 ft. 12 ton coke quencher 
car, 6-393-C, 6-393-G, 6-393-J. - 42 ft. 12 ton 

coke quenching car, 6=393-F. © 1 c. each Apr. 20 
1944- I 34389-34417. 

20 ton bott. dump elec. scale car, 2=615-C. 2- 
615=L, 2-614-N.N, 2=615-I> 2-615-Q. © 1 c. each 
Apr. 19, 1944; I 34371, 34373-34376. 

20 ton elec. bott. dump scale car. 2-489-D. 2- 
489=E - 2.489-H, 2-489-L, 2-489-M 2.615-A 2- 
615=B, 2-615.T, 2-615-Z. © 1 c. each Apr. 19. 
1944; I 34369, 34370, 34372, 34377-34384. 

25 metric ton double hopper elec. scale car, 2- 
605-P, 2-605-W. - 25 ton bott. dump elec. scale 
car, 2-574-D, 2-574-E, 2-574-G, 2-574-P. - 25 ton 
elec. bott. dump scale car, 2-574-K. 2-574-L, 2- 
586-S, 2-608-B, 2-608-F, 2-608-U. - 25 ton elec- 
tric scale car, 1-605, 2-605-A, 2-605-C, 2-605-N. 
- 30 ton elec. bott. dump scale car, 2-574-B, 2-574 
-J, 2-574-M. © 1 c. each Mar. 29, 1944; I 34193- 
34210, 34212. 

49 ft. coke quenching car, 6-406-M. - 50 gr. ton 
elec. transfer car, 10-317-W. - 50 ton elec. trans- 
fer car, 10-317-A - 10-317-H, 10-317-J - 10-317- 
N, 10-317-P, 10-317-R. © 1 c. each Apr. 13, 1944; 
I 34285-34301. 

Ausborne (Paul) 4347 

In memory of the victims of Hitler terrorism. 
© 1 c. Apr. 18, 1944; J 36612. 

Badian (Albert A.) 4348, 4349 

Improved closure for tooth brush containers. 

© 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34137. 

New and novel application of mineral wicks. © 

1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; I 34466. 

Bailey (Frank) 4350 

Pipe repair kit. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34509. 

Baker (George) 4351 

Sad sack. © Mar. 17, 1944; K 55361; 

Barber (Hiram E.) 4352-4357 

Adjustable lock- grip wrench. - Improved heavy 

duty b:uck tire remover. - Improved self- locking 

pliers. © 1 c. each Mar. 25, 1944; I 34162-34164. 
Improved bean puller. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; 

I 34437. 

Improved household knife sharpener. - Improved 

locking pliers. © 1 c. each Apr. 14, 1944; I 34314, 

34315. 

Barrie (Charles Ernest) 4358 

Ideal shoe cabinet. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34321. 

Barton (Frederick H.) 4359 

Suspension lock stove pipe. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1944; I 34165. 

Bauer (John) 4360 

Two piece block motor. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1944; 
I 34421. 

Beebe (Douglas N.) 4361 

Regenerative brake for steam locomotives. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34319. 

Benson (Nels A.) & Luckie (Edward B.) 4362 

Health belt. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; I 34473. 

Biskar (John L.) 4363 

Everflowing toothbrush. © 1 x:. Apr. 26, 1944; 
I 34436. 



Blandford (John H.) 4364 

Corner wrench. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; I 34480. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 4365-4371 

Isometric protractor & computer, 440423-A. - 
Isometric triangle and stencil, 440425. © 1 c. 
each May 4, 1944; I 34495, 34496. 

Navigation compass and conversion rule, 440330. 
- Set-angle, 440405. © 1 c. each Apr. 8, 1944; 
I 34247, 34248. 

Screw stencil, 440413. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; 
I 34339. 

Set-angle, 0° to 90°, 440415. © 1 c. Apr. 18, 
1944; I 34349. 

Set-angle, 0° to 90°, 440418. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 
1944; I 34419. 

Boot (Mathias W.) 4372 

Builder's unit. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34317. 

Borden co. 4373 

This is one time you'll get a kick out of giving! 
© 1 c. Nov. 9, 1943; K 55523. 

Bormann (Carl B.) 4374 

Graviat-tor. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; J 36613. 

Boudinot (Frank J.) ir. 4375 

Improved design for an electrical hearing aid. 
© 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34327. 

Bower (Ernst Z.) 4376, 4377 

White squirrels at Larchmond. ©Aug. 16, 1943; 

K 55401. 

White squirrels at play. © Aug. 16, 1943; K 

55400. 

Boydston (Walter E.) 4378 

W. E. B. circular saw jointer and set. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1944; I 34313. 

Boyles (Nesbit A.) 4379 

Desk and material list for same. © 1 c. Apr. 
26, 1944; I 34444. 

Bray studios, inc. 4380, 4381 

Making a master contour template. © Mar. 23, 

1944; J 36635. 

Making a master developed layout. © Apr. 25, < 

1944; J 36636. 

Brazelton (Isobel) 4382, 4383 

Automatic cable instructor with wire, color, 
size and length, 2, 7. © 1 c. each Feb. 16, 1944; 
I 34132, 34133. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. ^Hlctory-builders 

div. 4384-4395 

Atta girll You're doing a swell job I © Mar. 2, 
1944; K 55479. 

Attack at 3:34 A. M. © Jan. 10, 1944; K 55488. 

Boy I Did we do a day's work I - Hal Hal Ha! 
Materials wasted, means lives wasted. © Apr. 5, 
1944; K 55477, 55478. 

Casualties on our home front, they can be avoid- 
ed. © Mar. 16, 1944; K 55480. 

Don't let me down. © Jan. 20, 1944; K 55484. 

Killer ! Carelessness causes casualties. © Feb. 
10, 1944; K 55482. 

Our home front task force! © Jan. 30, 1944; K 
55483. 

Partners in victory. © Dec. 20, 1943; K 
55486. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



pt, IV, n. s., V. 39 



Skill I'm taught here today. © Feb. 21, 1944; 
K 55481. 

Target for todayl © Dec. 10, 1943; K 55485. 
Together - we'll win! © Dec. 30, 1943; K 55487. 

Brockwell (John Butler) 43^6 

Comic animals. © Mar. 10, 1944; K 55522. 

Brown & Bigelow. 4397-4409 

Bean (Roy), law west of the Pecos, L 34292. - 
Bridger (Jim), frontiersman, L 34286. - Building 
the Union Pacific, L 34282. - Fall cattle round-up, 
L 34289. - Homesteaders, L 34288. - Joseph ( Chief) 
surrenders, L 34290. - Oklahoma homestead rush, 
L 34284. - Santa Fe trail, L 34287. - Trappers 
leave Ft. Union, L 34291. - Tribute on the trail, 
L 34285. - Virginia City, Nevada, L 34283. - Whit- 
man (Marcus), savior of Oregon, L 34281. © Apr. 
17, 1944; K 55584-55595. 

Come and get it. © Dec, 27, 1943; K 55530. 

Bunk (Anthony) 4410, 4411 

Percent excess air from flue gas analysis for 
the combustion of CH4 only. - Volume of flue gases 
formed when CH4 is burned with various amounts 
of excess air. © Jan. 1, 1944; I 34302, 34303. 

Burns (Fritz B.) 4412, 4413 

Post-war home. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; I 34261. 
Prospective elevation of model post-war house. 

© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; I 34262. 

Campbell (Talmage D.) 4414 

Faucet smoothing stick. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34332. 

Caufield & Shook, inc. 4415-4420 

1943 Kentucky Derby: 

Count Fleet, winner. - Finish. - First quar- 
ter from grand stand. - First quarter from infield. 
- On the turn. - Parade. © May 3, 1943; J 36602- 
36607. 

Cimini (Pasquale L.) 4421-4424 

Amended new library [air] revolving book case. 
© 1 c. May 11, 1944; I 34524. 

Jeep army trailer and motor car plan. © 1 c. 
Apr. 17, 1944; I 34514. 

New Chippawa Market and Broadway library 
building site plan, 1938. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; 
I 34430. 

New library air revolving book case plan. ©1 c. 
Apr. 21, 1944; I 34422. 

Clark (Arthur Freeland) 4425, 4426 

Airotour drome. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; I 34254, 
United nations center. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; 

I 34340. 

Clay (Henry) _^ 4427-4431 

Avengers. - No man's sea. - Sirver lining, USS 
West Virginia at Seattle. - Storm warning, U. S. 
fleet at Seattle. - Victors, always. © Dec. 7, 1942; 
J 36644-36648. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc. 

4432-4438 
Comet decal: 

British insignia, 2. - Chinese insignia, 4. - 
German insignia, 5. - Japanese insignia, 6. - Rus- 
sian insignia, 3. - U. S. insigniS, 1. © Mar. 24, 
1944; K 55466-55471. 

Scout glider. © Mar. 1, 1944; I 34131. 



Conaty (Raymond J.) 

Skede. © Apr. 29, 1944; I 34530. 



4439 



Coniglio (Richard Salvatore) 4440 

Perfecto aircraft-camouflage. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1944; I 34386. 

Conley (David Elwin) 4441 

Combination shoe lingerie cabinet. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1944; I 34418. 

Cook (Henry P.) 4442, 4443 

Precision angle plate for machinists & tool- 
makers. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34265. 

Precision angle plate for tool grinding. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1944; I 34228. 

Cooper (Melbourne J.) 4444, 4445 

Ductless heat circulating system. © 1 c. Mar. 

25, 1944; I 34146. 

Pet animal house with suspended cover. © 1 c. 

Mar. 25, 1944; I 34159. 

Crespo (J. E.) 4446 

Laryngeal mirror. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; 
34433. 

Cressy (Will) 4447 

Liberty ship, world war n. © Sept. 20, 1943; 
K 55435. 

Crist (Vernon W.) 4448 

Variable speed transmission. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1944; I 34481. 

Cullings (James Johnson) 4449, 4450 

Fish for a balloon. © 1 c. May 1, 1944; I 34471. 
Mechanical throw-ball dummy. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 

1944; I 34385. 



Dailey (William E.y 

Door stop. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34156. 



4451 



Davis (Frank R.) 4452-4454 

Utility holder. © 1 c. Mar. 25, Apr. 14, May 4, 
1944; I 34160, 34333, 34505. 

Demarest (L. McGregor) 4455-4471 

Chemical products, 16. -Durable manufacturers, 
1. - Iron and steel, 3. - Leather and products, 10. - 
Lumber and products, 7. - Machinery, 4. - Manu- 
factured food products, 11. - Non durable manufac- 
tures, 2. - Nonferrous metals and products, 6. - 
Paper and paper products, 13. - Petroleum and 
coal products, 15. - Printing and publishing, 14. - 
Rubber products, 17. - Stone, clay and glass prod- 
ucts, 8. - Textiles and products, 9. - Tobacco 
products, 12. - Transportation equipment, 5. © 
Apr. 26, 1944; I 34447-34463. 

Dover press. 4472 

This is to certify. © SepU 10, 1943; K 55527. 

Dubler (Herbert) inc. 4473-4492 

10 SO: 

At fancy woids I ain't so handy, 9; - Awright, 
it ain't no swell boo-kay, 20. - Fresh cement. This 
is meant to last, etc., 2. - Gangway, 7. - Hope your 
birthday hits the spot, 5. - Howdy, 14, - I choose 
youse, 3. - I lift me lid, 6. - I'm all ears, 1. - I'm 
just no good, 4. - I'm sorry, 13. - Into each life 
a littul rain has gotta fall, 18. - Know what, 17. - 
Lend me yer ears, 8. - Lotsa luck, 12. - Ready, 
set, go, 10. - Some likes 'em wid glamour, 16. - 
Things ain't as bad as they look, 15. - T'ree littul 
wishes, health, good luck, happiness, 19. - You n 



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4563 



who else, 11. © Feb. 7, 1944; K 55364-55383. 

Duenhaupt (Ernest F.) 4493 

Automatic electric calendar device. © 1 c. Apr. 
29, 1944; I 34478. 

Earle & Ball, inc. 4494-4497 

[Boy holding dog in arm, facing onlooker] 10-E- 
23. - [Boy in pajamas bowling, holding flowers] 10- 
E-21. - [Boy walking, holding a bouquet of flowers 
ahead of him] lO-E-22. - Coming to our cocktail 
party, lO-E-20. © Apr. 22, 1944; K 55647-55650. 

Eckler (Thomas E.) 4498 

Combination window shade and curtain rod hold- 
er. © 1 c. Apr. 17, 1944; I 34464. 

Edman (Winfield E.) 4499 

Apparatus for surgical operations. © 1 c. May 4, 
1944; I 34512. 

Ellis (Oscar Asbury) 4500 

Purported trisection of an angle by means of a 
compass and straight edge. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1944; 
I 34420. 

Engstrom (E. F.) 4501 

Structural unit for constructing cellular walls 

or similar structures. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34510. 

Esquire features, inc. 4502 

Mountain boys. © 1 c. Jan. 3, 1938; K 55465. 

Famous studios, inc. 4503 

Alec Electron. © 1 c. June 20, 1943; K 55524. 

Farra (Charles) 4504 

Dog release trap. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34441. 

Farrell (Raymond J.), sole owner Rayfar enterprises, 
Buffalo. 4505 

Miraco picture. © Jan. 15, 1942; K 55456. 

Federal telephone & radio corp. 4506 

Temperature chart of heated steel. © Oct. 11, 
1943; I 34130. 

Ferguson (H. K.) co., inc. 4507 

Cost curve of factory construction. © Mar. 18, 
1944; I 34342. 

Fillet (John) 4508 

Hand scale. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; I 34484. 

Frick collection. 4509-4525 

Angel; by Jehan Barbet de Lyon: 

Profile, facing left. - Three quarters front, 
facing left. - Three quarters front, facing right. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; H 2722-2724. 

Aretino (Pietro), left hand, sleeve and fur; by 
Titian. © May 3, 1944; H 2727. 

Burg05me (Sir John); by Joshua Reynolds. - Osuna 
(Duke): by Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes. - 
Ruts (Nicolaes); by Hermanszoon Van Rijn Rem- 
brandt. - Wool winder; by Jean Baptiste Greuze. © 
Apr. 5, 1944; H 2710-2713. 

Man in a red cap; by Titian: 

Face, actual size. - Fur and left hand. - Head. 
© May 3, 1944; H 2728-2730. 

Portrait of a young man; by Bronzino: 

Ear; - Head. - Left hand. - Right hand. © 
Apr. 12, 1944; H 2714-2717. 

Wisdom and strength; by Veronese: 



Strength, head and torso. - Wisdom, waist 
length. © May 3, 1944; H 2725, 2726. 

Fritschen (Herman) 4526 

Razor blade holder. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34310. 

Gallagher (William M.) 4527 

Ink bottle holder. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34434. 

Gay (George W.) 4528 

Battery terminal fastener. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; 
I 34500. 

General cable corp. 4529 

Wouldn't this be a helluva way to go over the 
topi © Mar. 29, 1944; K 55436. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 4530-4535 

Be square with the boys. Be around every day. 
© Apr. 5, 1944; K 55434. 

Hands across the sky. © Mar. 3, 1944; K 55531. 

Here is our plant's 1943 on the job record. © 
Mar. 25, 1944; K 55407. 

Scrap 'em to deathi © Apr. 10, 1944; K 55459. 

Waste paper is war materiaU © Apr. 15, 1944; 
K 55458. 

We must not faiU © Mar. 27, 1944; K 55532. 



Gibson (Robert M.) 

Air injecting pipe. 
I 34158. 



4536 
1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; 



Gipson (Glen I.) 4537 

Plane carrier, Water Spider. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1944; I 34476. 

Gray (Charles Edward) 4538 

World war memorial. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; 
I 34338. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 4539-4543 

Cross section - diagram - 2-cycle engine. © 
1 c. May 11, 1944; I 34519. 

Industrial vacuum cleaner, with blower & air 
filter. - Magnetic high-speed reverse for 3-phase 
motors with electronic remote control circuits. © 
1 c. each Apr. 5, 1944; I 34229, 34230. 

2 cycle engine. - 8 cylinder, 2 cycle super- 
charged aviation engine. © 1 c. each Mar. 22, 1944; 
I 34128, 34129. 

Gregory (A. C. E.), Eusley (Jack) & Walters (Rich- 
ard J.) 4544 
V-ribforms for gunite construction. © 1 c. Apr. 

13, 1944; I 34263. 

Gross (Edward) co., inc. 4545-4563 

Allaben (Anne E): 

Adoration. - Ever present angel, - Her good 
deed. - Her prayer. - Holy night. - In an an- 
gel's care. - In angels' care. - In God's care. - 
My first holy communion, boy. - My first holy 
communion, girl. - Offering. - Peace. - Playtime. 
© Apr. 3, 1944; K 55413-55424, 55430, 

Braun (Clayton): 

Immaculate heart of Mary. - Miraculous in- 
fant Jesus of Prague. - Our Lady of Grace. - Sa- 
cred heart of Jesus. © Apr. 3, 1944; K 55426- 
55429. 

Chums; by Jane Freeman. © Mar. 31, 1944; K 
55431. 

Holy Family; by Boris Luban. © Apr. 3, 1944, 
K 55425. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Gross (Julian) advertising agency. 4564 

Have you forgotten us? © Mar. 25, 1944; K 
55538. 

Guenther (Lambert) 4565 

Showing alchemist symbols, descriptive matter 
and illustration of alchemist laboratory. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1944; I 34260. 

Haas (Ira) 4566-4569 

Dollpuss. - Mac Ferdinand. - Mary's. - Pickle- 
puss. © Oct. 1, 1943; J 36649-36652. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) 4570 

Transparent plastic chair, 57. © 1 c. May 8, 
1944; I 34516. 



Hall (Irving B.) 

Mini-taxfinder. - Taxfinder. 
8, 1944; I 34492, 34493. 



© 



4571, 4572 
1 c. each Apr. 



Haller (Herbert M.) 

Cyclone prestarter. 
I 34157. 



© 1 c. Mar. 



4573 
25, 1944; 



Hansen (Thorvald L.) 4574 

Amphibious airplane float. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; 
I 34432. 

Hardy (Raymond K.) 4575 

Cylinder head. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; I 34483. 

Harvey (Fred) 4576=4580 

Aid to insignia recognition: 

Army, H-4499. - Marines, H-4501. -Navy, 
H-4500. © Aug. 2, 1943; K 55472-55474. 

Aid to insignia recognition, H-4502. - All out 
for victory, H-4503. © Aug. 2, 1943; K 55475, 55476. 

Henley (Brown) 4581 

Garden lots. © 1 c. Apr. 11, 1944; I 34423. 

Henman (Oral Kenneth) 4582 

Put your heart in America. © Dec. 15, 1941; 
K 55359. 

Hermitage art cO., inc. 4583-4594 

Her children arise up and call her blessed, 1064. 
- [Holy women at the empty tomb] 1103. - My 
Christmas gift to my church, 1113, 1118. - My 
Christmas offering. 1109. - My Easter gift to my 
church, 1099, 1145. - My offering in honor of 
Mother's day, 1117. - [Risen Christ and the two 
Marys] 1081, 1162. - Seven last words, 961, - 
[Shepherd looking at the barren cross] 1070. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; K 55384-55395. 

Herrick (Archer F.) 4595 

Micrometer magnifying glass. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1944; I 34148. 



Hill (Harry Capelle) 

Eventually. © Apr. 4, 1944; K 55537. 



4596 



Holmgren (Norman A.) 4597 

Variable wattage bulb regulator. © 1 c. Apr. 
14, 1944; I 34324. 



Holzman (Marcus) 

Mother. © Apr. 14, 1944; K 55636. 



4598 



Howard Qack E.) 4599 

[Construction of fetlock and foot] © Apr. 26, 
1944; I 34446. 



Howlett (Charles A. S.) 4600-4603 

Determination of distance to sea horizon not 
related to the curvature of the earth. - Effect on 
visibility of light houses, - Progressive disappear- 
ance of boat at anchor as horizon distance decreases. 

- Under the boardwalk [at] Wildwood, N. J. ©Ic. 
each May 12, 1944; I 34520-34523. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 4604-4607 

Boost that puts him over. © Mar. 31, 1944; K 
55404. 

Girl he left behind. © Mar. 31, 1944; K 55403. 

I don't want to get banged up. © Mar. 31, 1944; 
K 55405. 

Put yourself in their shoes! © Mar. 31, 1944; 
K 55406. 

Huntley (LeRoy R.) 4608 

Infant's bottle holder. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1944; I 
34245. 

Industrial equities, inc. 4609-4617 

Better utilization of cars, G-27. - Break up that 
bottleneck, G-3. - Every idea is given careful con- 
sideration. The management wants your suggestions, 
G-5L. - Let's do more in *44 to settle the score, G- 
1 I.e. - Plan for the future. Your future and ours 
depends on present day thinking, G-8. - Post war 
planning. We'll help you perfect your postwar ideas 
G-48, - Railroad facts. In 1943 railroad traffic 
broke all records in spite of labor shortages, G-12. 

- Time is valuable. Tell us how to eliminate delays 
and wasted time, G-22. - Train your thoughts. Don't 
worry about your experience. Many simple improve- 
ments are worth money too, G-17. © Apr. 22, 1944; 
K 55637-55645. 

Jackson-Wheeler metals service, inc. 4618-4623 
Approved grooving principle for roll neck bear- 
ings, © Jan. 2, 1944; I 34304. 

Practical method for recovering worn full- cir- 
cle bronze liners with Tuftin, A, B. - Simple pro- 
cedure for re lining worn bronze bushings. - Sug- 
gested jig for pouring roll-neck bearings. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 1 4, 1944; I 34305-34308. 

Simple procedure for relining worn bronze 
bushings on banburys. © Jan. 5, 1944; I 34426. 

Jacobson (Abraham Jacob) 4624 

Ink container for holding fountain pen, pens, pen- 
cils, erasors and rulers. © 1 c. Apr. 25, 1944; 
I 34429. 

Jones-Gillis mfg. co. 4625, 4626 

20 person capacity life raft: 

All steel well deck type. - Well deck type. © 
1 c, each May 3, 1944; I 34497, 34498. 

Kansas (State) 4627 

State of Kansas 2<f cigarette tax [stamps] 18996. 
© Feb. 28, 1944; K 55547. 

Keefauver (H. Elton) 4628 

Corn and bunion cure. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 
34431, 

Keller (Leo D.) 4629 

Glass flatiron. © 1 c. May 6, 1944; I 34515, 

Kelley (Clarence) 4630 

Flemish bond slab, a building facing, circular 
37. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34259. 



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no. 4, 1944 



4734 



Kellogg CO. 4631,4632 

It may be a ball turret. © Mar. 7, 1944; K 

55412. 

My beachhead's been established. © Apr. 14, 

1944; K 55583. 



Kelly (George J.) 

Pinky. © Feb. 15, 1944; J 36625. 



4633 



Kennedy (Homer R.) 4634 

Devices and appurtenances for cleaning eye- 
glasses. © i c. Apr. 13, 1944; 1 34264. 

Keystone view co. 4635-4649 

Keystone: 

Elementary science units, wild animals. - 
Units, geography and travel, 1-8, 10-14. - Units 
in biology, XXI, XXHI. © Apr. 1, 1944; J 36587- 
36601. 

Kiernan (Frank) & co. 4650 

Purchase club. © Mar. 1, 1944; K 55438. 

Kimbel (Guy John) 4651-4653 

Electric wheel motor. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944 

I 34143. 

Machine process of building airplanes of wood 

wood compositions and wood plastics. © 1 c. Apr 

29, 1944; I 34479. 

Selective pressure valve. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944 

I 34168. 

King features syndicate, inc. 4654-4661 

Annette believes in healthy teeth, Z-206. - Dionne 
(Cecile and Yvonne), Z-204. - Quints in playroom, 
Z-205. © Apr. 30, 1944; J 36662-36664. 

Annette holds young Master Boyer, J-95. - Quints 
and visitor. Master Boyer, J-91. = Quints feed the 
baby, J-92. © Mar. 29, 1944; J 36615-36617. 

Quints learn geography, Z-202. - Quints pre- 
pare for Easter, Z-203. © Ap^. 7, 1944; J 36618, 
36619. 

Knoblock (Lillian Dorothea) 4662 

Victory. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; J 36581. 

Kopp (Frederick) 4663 

Self-centering core nozzle. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 
1944; I 34477. 

Kornberg (Emanuel) 4664 

Kornberg's power wrench. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; 
I 34144. 

Korvin-Kroukovsky (B. V.) 4665, 4666 

Base for drop forging dies. - Hydraulic variable 
speed transmission. © 1 c. each Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34329, 34330. 

Kratz (George) Union, N. J. 4667 

Airplane land feeler. © 1 c. Apr, 14, 1944; 
I 34328. 

Kury (John Aisar) 4668 

Prosquare. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1944; I 34134. 

Langworthy (Arthur M.) 4669 

Pencil case novelty. © 1 c. Mar. 28, 1944; 
I 34169. 

Lenz (Leo) 4670 

Dials of timepieces. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; 
I 34465. 



Libbey-Owens-Ford glass co. 4671, 4672 

Traveling-kitchens of tomorrow, assembly: 
Drawing. - Illustration. © Apr. 20, 1944; 
I 34467, 34469. 

Lichter (Martin Herman) 4673 

Femin-o-graph calculator. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1944; 
134246. 

Lindner (Rodney R.) 4674 

Filament shield for incandescent light bulb. © 
1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34322. 

Liturgical art sales co. 4675-4678 

Spoetl (Maria): 

Be friends [again] 1. - Beyond the stars [is 
God's abode] 3. - Creator's glory, 2. - Happy 
birthday, 4. © Oct. 15, 1943; H 2718-2721. 

Loucks & Norling studios. 4679-4685 

Azimuth telescope, Sn-1370-e. - Intercommuni- 
cating units, Sn- 62- u. -Mark 6 periscope, Sn-1367- 
1. - Mark 17 telescope, Sn-1367-f. - Marks 67 and 
68 telescopes, part 1, Sn-1367-m, part 2, Sn-1367- 
n. - Standard types of navy compasses, Sn-1370-i. 
© 1 c, each May 3, 1944; J 36637-36643. 

Lowe (Frank J.) 4686-4689 

Fair haven. - Open water. © Sept. 7, 1943; K 

55453, 55454. 

Honors even. © Sept. 7, 1943; K 55455. 
Tally-ho. © Aug. 31, 1943; K 55452. 

Lowry (James Matthew) 4690 

Dual temp electric range oven. © 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1944; I 34141. 

Lynch (David J.) 4691 

Changeable blade lawn mower. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1944; I 34325. 

McClure newspaper syndicate. 4692-4722 

Superman; by Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster. © Jan. 
16-21, 23-28, Feb. 4, 13-18, May 22-27, 29-June 
3, 1939; K 55490-55520. 

McCollum (John C.) 4723 

Asbestos paper paster. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; 
I 34161. 



McCormick (Arthur M.) 

Toy. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34438. 



4724 



McDonald (James) 4725 

We are hanging out here this week. © Mar. 13, 
1944; K 55410. 

McNaught sjmdicate, inc. 4726 

Dixie Dugan. © Jan. 2, 1939; K 55463. 

McNeel marble co, 4727-4731 

Cemetery memorial: 

Cox. - Nexsen, - Robertson (Mable Morse). - 
Sinkovitz. - Wallace. © 1 c. each Mar. 31, 1944; 
I 34222, 34343-34346. 

Mallory (Edward B.) 4732, 4733 

Oxidized sludge process control chart: 

Air demand, no. 4, 4404402. - XS sludge 
wasting demand, no. 3, 4403301. © 1 c, each Apr, 
7, 1944; I 34243, 34244. 

Markey (Joseph W.) • 4734 

Arcuate saw. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34443, 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



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Marte (Albert W.) 4735 

Perspectograph. © 1 c. Apr. 21, 1944; I 34388. 

Martin (William Francis) 4736, 4737 

Back pressure open flow computer. - Gas flow 
chart. © 1 c. each Apr. 6, 1944; I 34232, 34233. 

Mauroner (Curtis) 4738 

Qulckservlce menu. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34326. 

Mead Johnson & co. 4739-4742 

Jack Sprat, 3. - Little Jack Horner, 1. - Queen 
of Hearts, 4. - Somebody has been eating, 2. © Mar. 
24, 1944; K 55655-55658. 

Mejdrich (May F. Hybl) 4743, 4744 

Game. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34502. 
Wrench. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; I 34474. 

Miller studios. 4745 

In congress, July 4, 1776, the unanimous dec- 
laration of the thirteen United States of America. 
© Oct. 20, 1942; K 55411. 

Mobile County, Alabama. 4746-4748 

County of Mobile, 17903; 

1/2 cent cigarette tax [stamps] - 1 cent cig- 
arette tax [stamps] - 2 1/2 cent cigarette tax 
[stamps] © Sept. 27, 1943; K 55562-55564. 

Moore (Earle L.) 4749 

Device for stirring and pouring contents from 
cans. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34150. 

Moore (James) 4750 

Street car loudspeaker. © 1 c. Mar. 20, 1944; 
I 34255. 

Mosley (Arthur R.) 4751 

Device for shuffling playing cards. © 1 c. May 
4, 1944; I 34508. 

Mueller (Justus F.) 4752 

[Mueller-Ward model of bone structure] MW80. 
© June 18, 1941; I 34251. 

Muller (Herman Ernest) jr. 4753 

Non^ograph for solution of continuous rolling 
mill problems. © Apr. 15, 1944; I 34494. 

National committee on the observance of Mother's 
day, inc. 4754 

Remember mother - she's a hero, too! © Mar. 

1, 1944; K 55539. 

National wildlife federation. 4755-4792 

Barracuda. - Beech. - Black duck. - Black- 
tailed jack rabbit. - Cabbage palmetto. - Channel 
cat. -Diamond backed terrapin. - Magnolia. - Per- 
simmon. - Silver maple. - Snowy egret. - Sycamore. - 
Yellow birch. © Feb. 1, 1944; K 55596, 55598- 
55602, 55605, 55613, 55614, 55618, 55621, 55626, 
55629. 

Bird's foot violet. - Blood root. - Canada lily. - 
Pickerel weed. - Pitcher plant. - Swamp rose mal- 
low. - Water arum. - Wild pink. © Feb. 1, 1944; 
K 55603, 55609, 55612, 55615-55617, 55630, 55631. 
Cutthroat trout. - Duck hawk. - Eastern blue- 
bird. - Gila monster. - Golden pheasant. - Harle- 
quin duck. - Horned grebe. - Hudsonian godwit. - 
Ivory billed woodpecker. - Kaibab squirrel. - Mag- 
pie. - Mountain quail. - Polar bear. - Prothonotary 
warbler. - Rainbow trout. - Tufted titmouse.- Wol- 
verine. © Feb. 1, 1944; K 55597, 55604, 55606- 



55608, 55610, 55611, 55619, 55620, 55622-55625, 
55627, 55628, 55632, 55632, 55633. 

New Mexico ( State ) 4793-4796 

New Mexico, 19786: 

Liquor tax 15 cents. - Liquor tax 24 cents. - 
Liquor tax 30 cents. - Wine tax 5 cents. © Feb. 1, 
1944; K 55548, 55550-55552. 

New York, New Haven & Hartford railroad co. 

4797 
It's fun to travel by train. © 1 c. May 10, 1944; 
J 36659. 

New York scientific supply co., inc. 4798-4800 

Cancer. © Dec. 10, 1942; I 34221. 

Frog anatomy, 1, 2. © Oct. 15, 1942; I 34219, 
34220. 

Norcross. 4801-4858 

Ain't much on a card but I can give out with a 
loud merry Christmas, 8. - All aglow fer Christ- 
mas, ya know, 7. - All set to wish you merry 
Christmas, 3. -Bright as a berry and very merry - 
that's the kinda Christma^ I wish ya, 5. ~ Can't 
think of nothing new - just merry Christmas to 
you, 3. - Chiming in to wish you merry Christmas, 
7. -Do-re-mi. Hope this will be a merry Christmas 
for you, 1. - Dropping everything to wish you 
merry Christmas, 7. - For mother and dad best 
wishes with love at Christmas, 15N833. - Got 
sumpin' fer you fer Christmas, 5N506. - Got sum- 
pin' for yz. - merry Christmas, 12. - Here 'tis, 
bigger 'n ever, merry Christmas, 5. - Hey what 
d'ya say have a merry Christmas day, 6. - Hil 
Happy New year. The old year's gone - good rid- 
dance, 10NY33. - Hil Hope your Christmas is the 
tops, 2. - Ho hum, merry Christmas from, 11. - 
Hope I'm the first to wish you merry Christmas 
and happy New year, 10. - Hoppin' to it to say 
merry Christmas, 1. - I hope - I hope you'll have 
a merry Christmas, 3. - It says here, Christmas 
is near - so greetings, 10. - It says here, merry 
Christmas and happy New year, 4. - It's easy to 
wish you merry Christmas, 1. - It's fun to wish 
you a merry Christmas, 8. - It's only me wishin' 
you a swell Christmas, 5. - Jumpin' at the chance 
to wish you merry Christmas, 6. - Jus' warmin' up 
the good old-fashioned wish, merry Christmas, 12. 
- Listen here I Christmias comes but once a year - 
so enjoy it, 8. - Merry Christmas. Good breaks 
in the new year, 2. - Merry Christmas and smooth 
going in the new year, 2. - Merry Christmas 
daughter, you've always been dear, 15N867. - Merry 
Christmas, here it is in black and white, 12. - New 
year greetings and best wishes, 10NY34. - Nothin' 
to it, just merry Christmas, 9. - Oh boy, ain't 
Christmas grand, 11. - Sittin' and wishin' that your 
Christmas will be merry, 10. - Sittin', knittin' 
warm wishes for a merry Christmas, 11. - 'Tis 
I, just sayin' hi and a merry Christmas, 4. - To a 
swell brother, have yerseU a merry Christmas, 
15N885. - To a very dear niece, a pair of Christmas 
wishes, 15N932. -Waitin' to say a thousand and one 
good wishesfor a merry Christmas day, 6.- Warm? 
You bet! The warmest wish I ever knew - a very 
merry Christmas to you, 9. -Watch me do my stuff J. 
Some folks like to make it fancy but I'm not one of 
those, 15N310. - What d'ya mean, there ain't no 
Santa Claus, 10N315. - What'll it be this year - an 
extra merry Christmas and an extra happy New 
year, 4. - Wheel Hope your Christmas is gay as 
can be, 9. © Feb. 26, 1944; K 55287-55289, 55291- 
55329, 55340-55342. 



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4919 



Appendix out? Good riddance, I say - ya didn't 
need it, anyway, 15C501. © Jan. 14, 1944; K 55290. 

Brace up, you'll soon be feeling swell, 25C328. - 
Far you, happy birthday, 15B1017. - Happy birthday 
to you, I don't mind digging down once a year, 
15B1016. - How's about a letter, 10R788. - If 
I don't hear that you're feeling better, 15C371. - 
I'm a man of few words but when I say 'em, I mean 
'eml Happy birthday, 10B1012. - It burns me up 
to hear you're sick, so please get well soon and re- 
store my sanity, 10C379. - It's your birthday! All 
of a sudden I had a thought, 25B1048. - Just lettin' 
my work go to let you know I'm thinkin' about you, 
15R536. - Ps-s-stI Happy birthday, 10B1174. - 
Say, you're O. K., 10R741, © Mar. 4, 1944; K 
55330-55339, 55343. 

Glad your operation's overl Just peepin' in to 
see you, 25C471. © Mar. 10, 1944; K 55529. 



O'Flaherty (M.) 

Trisection of the angle. 
I 34216. 



4859 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1944; 

4860-4863 



Oklahoma (State) 

Oklahoma tobacco tax, 18993: 

3 cents. - 5 cents. - 10 cents. - 15 cents. 
© Jan. 11, 1944; K 55553-55556. 

Omar, inc. 4864, 4865 

I quit, 1. - Keep it moving. © Mar. 20, 1944; 
36610, 36611. 

Oneonta, Alabama. 4866, 4867 

City of Oneonta tobacco tax: 

1^, 18994. - 2(, 18994. © Dec. 31, 1943; K 
55565, 55566. 

Osborne co. 4868, 4869 

Auk Lake, Alaska, P2063. - Sailor, mother and 
baby, 1447. © 1 c. Apr. 15, 1944; J 36608, 36609. 

Owen (Raymond V.) 4870 

Lumo-glo luminous metal reflector shade with 
translucent effect. © 1 c. Mar. 30, 1944; I 34215. 

Paper stationery & tablet mfrs. assn., inc. 4871 
Everything's O.K. - your letter came today. 
Write today to those away. National letter writing 
week, Oct. 1-7. © Apr. 6, 1944; K 55457. 

Parks (Charles) 4872 

Animal trap. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34334. 

Peck (Lyman S.) 4873 

Hangar roof rJnway terminal airport. © 1 c. 
May 3, 1944; I 34485. 

Pedersen (Harold M.) 4874 

Ssifety or diaper pin and improvements. © 1 c. 
Mar. 25, 1944; I 34152. 

Pelletier (Joseph Leon) 4875 

Compressed air motor. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; 
I 34167. 

Pelton (Sylvester F.) 4376 

Radial saw having equal right and left radial ad- 
justment and capacity. © 1 c. Apr. 3, 1944; I 34227. 

Peterson (Harold C.) 4877 

Automatic alarm switch. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34323. 



Potter (Harry W.) 



4878, 4879 



• Baltimore clipper pilot schooner John McKeon. - 
Pilot schooner John McKeon. © Apr. 20, 1944; 
I 34424, 34425. 

Providence lithograph co. 4880 

Bringing gifts. © Mar. 17, 1944; K 55356. 

Pullman co. 4881-4887 

Hurry, your Idea may be a stepping stone to 
victory, 14. © Apr. 4, 1944; K 55571. 

It's our job to help Uncle Sam, 11. © Mar. 14, 
1944; K 55568. 

Keep In step - with the winners, 12. © Mar. 21, 
1944; K 55569. 

Now Is the time not tomorrow, 15. © Apr.ll, 
1944; K 55572. 

Recipe for victory, 13. © Mar. 28, 1944; K 
55570. 

Time waits for no man, 10. © Mar. 7, 1944; K 
55567. 

Why risk the lives of your fellow workers as 
well as your own, 16. © Apr. 18, 1944; K 55573. 

Radon (Berthold) 4888 

Donut press. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34513. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp. 4889 

Read the new Inner circle. © June 5, 1940; K 
55460. 

Rawllngs (Joe B.) 4890 

Door check and closer. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 1944; 
I 34475. 

Ray proof corp. 4891, 4892 

Industrial fluoroscopic Inspection unit, 101. - 
Industrial radiographic inspection unit, 102. © Apr. 
6, 1944; I 34257, 34258. 

Ray-o^vac co. 4893-4896 

Background for leadership. - Life In a padded 
cell. - More life in a padded cell. - Story of Ray-o- 
vac. © 1 c. each May 10, 1944; J 36655-36658. 

Raysor (Harry) 4897-4899 

Adjustable men's hats. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; 

I 34153. 

Adjustable streamlined casket. © 1 c. Apr. 29, 

1944; I 34482. 

Movable locomotive headlight. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1944; I 34154. 

Recknall (Floyd) 4900 

Sander, for pleasure cars, buses and taxies. © 
1 c. Apr. 1, 1944; I 34223. 

Reed & associates, inc. 4901-4906 

Consolidated B 24 liberator. - Douglas sky train. 
Martin mariner. - Mustang North American P-51. 
- Piper - flying jeep. - P-47 thunderbolt. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 8, 1944; I 34486-34491. 

Relna (Rudolph L.) 4907 

Four (4) playing cards. © 1 c. May 1, 1944; 
I 34470. 

Reliance Industries, Inc. 4908-4919 

AverlU (— ) [pseud, of Mrs. Earl Fessel]: 

Beautiful blossoms. - Dearest mother. - 
Floral centerpiece. - Flowers In bowl. - Greetings I 
Mother. - Mother. - Mother dear. - Mothers. - 
Summer bouquet. - To mother. - To mother on 
Mother's day. - To my mother. © Feb. 21, 1944; 
K 55440-55451. 



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Research products corp. 4920 

Dehumidification chart, sheet 796. © Apr. 5, 
1944; I 34256. 



Reynolds (Henry) 

Talisman. © Apr. 5, 1944; K 55437. 



4921 



Rigaumont (Victor A.) 4922-4925 

For motion picture theatre, no. 50-52-54 Shen- 
ango St., Greenville, Penna, for blatt bros., owner, 
942=C. © Mar. 22, 1944; I 34140, 

Motion picture theatre, 50-52-54 Shenango street, 
Greenville, Penna., for Blatt bros., owner. © Apr. 
18, 1944; I 34468. 

New front for Harris north side theatre, 100 
Federal st., Pittsburgh, 25-43. © Apr. 5, 1944; 
I 34341. 

Repairs and alterations to Main theatre, Main 
St., and Race St., Greenville, Pa., 27-43. © Mar. 
14, 1944; I 34139. 

Ringling bros. & Barnum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc, 4926, 4927 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. © 

Apr. 11, 1944; K 55634. 

World's biggest menagerie. © Apr. 4, 1944; 

K 55635. 

Rivas (Edmond T.) 4928 

Improved home workshop circular saw. © 1 c. 
Apr. 14, 1944; I 34331. 

Robbins (Frederick Goodrich) 4929-4931 

Holland, household things. - In our town. - Suna- 
pee springtime. © Apr. 22, 1944; K 55574-55576. 

Roberts (Jack) 4932 

Four in a row. © 1 c. Apr. 7, 1944; I 34427. 

Robinson (Loris M.) 4933 

Arc electric welder & carbon feature for annex- 
ing two pieces of metal. © 1 c.-Apr. 25, 1944; 
I 34428. 

Roncaglione (Baptist) 4934 

African beauty culture. © 1 c. Apr. 19, 1944; 
J 36614. 

Rosengren (John Hyrum) 4935 

Geo-heliocentric horoscope. © 1 c. Mar, 22, 
1944; I 34214. 

Roth (Ai^ust H.) 4936 

Hopping rabbit. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34501. 

Rowland (John E.) 4937 

New abattoir, S.102-R, © 1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; 
134531. 

Runge (Clarence Fred) 4938 

Racing pigeons of America. © Mar. 25, 1944; 
K 55582. 

Safarik (Carl F.) 4939 

Combination tubular peep sight. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1944; I 34316, 

St. Anthony's guild. 4940 

Veni Creator Spiritus, 0146; by VincentSummers. 
© May 1, 1944; K 55653. 

St. Louis national league baseball club. 4941 

St. Louis Cardinals, 1943. © 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; 
J 36582, 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Sands industries. 4942 

Meteor model 100-P38, © Apr. 14, 1944- 
I 34387. 

Saugstad (Eugenie De Land) 4943 

Easter greeting. © Mar. 26, 1944; K 55402. 

Schneider (C. R.) co. 4944 

[Kneeling nude] © Sept, 1, 1941; K 55461. 

Schwartz (B. H.) 4945 

Jiffy-tufter. © 1 c. Feb. 26, 1944; I 34136, 

Scott (Albert Q.) & Connors (Edward J.) 4946-4950 
[Barracks] - [Foxhole] - [K. P.] - Sea jeep. - 
To the rear, © Jan, 20, 1944; K 55577-55581. 

Serra (Jose Emilio Rodriguez) 4951-4953 

felesia catedral de Ponce, 4. - Teatro la Perla, 
© Mar. 1, 1944; J 36632-36634. 

Seven-up co. 4954 

Lookee, mom, I c'n buy a bond. © Mar. 22, 
1944; K 55362. 

Sheridan (Hugh Lewis) 4955 

Telesis transmutation. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 1944; 
I 34213. 

Shillinger (Lee J.) 4956, 4957 

Motor field suspension, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Mar. 
8, 1944; I 34347, 34348. 

Sieger (Herbert) 4958 

ShQck absorber. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; I 34335. 

Simplet electric co. 4959 

Simplet couplings and connectors for synthetic 
or pliable tubing, form Jl. © 1 c. Oct. 27, 1943; 
134231, 

Sing (Joseph Lee) 4960 

Drill guide. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34142. 

Skidmore (May) 4961 

Permanent refillable cartridge for oil filter. © 
1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34442. 

Smith (James Joseph) 4962 

Time protractor. © 1 c, Apr. 10, 1944; 1 34252. 

Sorensen (Henry) 4963 

Sorensen concrete dam structure. © 1 c. May 
5, 1944; I 34499. 

Southern Baptist convention. Sunday school board. 

4964, 4965 

Great commission. © 1 c. Feb. 27, 1944; K 
55525. 

Supper at Emmaus. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 1944; K 
55526. 

Southworth (Ray W.) 4966 

Hydraulic rubber cork. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; 
I 34439. 

Springston (Jarrett N.) 4967 

Improved adjustable wrench. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1944; I 34312. 

Standard oil co. of California. 4968, 4969 

Plant a victory garden now! © Mar. 24, 1944; 
KK 55652. 



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MZA 



Standard takes better care of my car too! © Mar. 
10, 1944; K 55399. 

Stein (Jack) 4970 

Pioneer cellarless cottage. © 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1944; I 34218. 



Stolz (Lorenz W.) 

Ryemon memorial, 4927. 
I 34445. 



4971 
1 c. Apr. 27, 1944; 



Story (D. J.) 4972 

Military identification protection cover. © 1 c. 
May 4, 1944; I 34503. 

Swann (John Butler) 4973 

Gun and streamlined bullet, © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1944; 134311. 



Talent tips publicity. 

Talent tips. © Apr. 22, 1943; J 36586. 



4974 



Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 4975-4982 

Greetings from: 

Bakersfield, California, 3B-H66. © May 19, 
1943; K 55540. 

CampGruber, Oklahoma, 2B-H1327. - Elmira, 
N. Y., 2B-H1360. © Mar. 4, 1943; K 55541, 55542. 

Camp Phillips, Salina, Kansas, 2B-H1303. - 
Smoky Hill army air field, Salina, Kansas, 2B-H 
1304. © Apr. 15, 1943; K 55543, 55544. 

Long Island, N. Y.,2B-H1093. © Jan. 7, 1943; 
K 55533. 

Newark, Ohio, 2B-H1173. © Jan. 18, 1943; K 
55534. 

San Bernardino, California, 3B-H61. © May 
18, 1943; K 55535. 

Tenley (Oscar S.) 4983 

Furnace pipe water heater, © 1 c. Apr. 14, 1944; 
I 34337. 

Thompson (Arthur S.) 4984 

Shock absorbing adjustable and telescoping steer- 
ing rod and wheel for automobiles. © 1 c. Mar. 
25, 1944; I 34145. 

Thompson (W. R.) & co. 4985 

Airborne, Those men who drop from the skies. 
© Mar, 7, 1944; K 55363, 

Tlmken roller bearing co. 4986, 4987 

Back General Arnold, buy war bonds! © 1 c. 

Apr. 5, 1944; K 55654. 

Don't let General Mac Arthur down. © 1 c. Jan. 

5, 1944; K 55358. 

Tinker (Frank) 4988 

Vacuum type partition anchorage. © 1 c. Mar, 
25, 1944; I 34149, 

Toomey (William) 4989 

Heating unit, © 1 c, Apr. 14, 1944; I 34320. 

Tschaepe (Kurt) 4990 

Comforter. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34155. 

Tunick (Arthur M.) 4991, 4992 

Countrymen all. - In cherry blossom time, © 
1 c. each May 10, 1944; J 36660, 36661. 

Twin editions. 4993 

Portrait of a youth, 22; by Botticelli, © Apr. 
15, 1944; H 2731. 



Underwood (George M.) 4994 

Washing machine. © 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34511. 

University of Georgia press. 4995 

Diagram for graphical solution of spherical 
triangles, for large triangles, for small triangles. 
© Mar, 15, 1944; I 34517. 

Vazquez (Ignacio R,) 4996 

Automatic per diem calculator. © 1 c. Apr. 14, 
1944; I 34336. 

Vernon-Benshoff co. 4997 

Vernon-Benshoff dental patient education chart, 
© Apr. 21, 1944; I 34529. 

Veterans of foreign wars national home. 4998 

Guadalcanal, February, 1943. © 1 c. May 10, 
1944; I 36654, 

Viney (Emerson Allen) 4999 

Rotary gas engine. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34151. 

Vize (J, C.) 5000 

Threading die. © 1 c. Apr, 14, 1944; I 34318. 

Vocafilm corp. 5001-5009 

-Management program for streamlining corres- 
pondence, SN-1900. - Power drive, mark 2, SN- 
1802d - SN-1802f. - Stable element, mark 6, SN- 
1801g. - 3"/50 cal. gun mount, mark 22, SN-1806f. 
© 1 c. each Apr. 25, 1944; J 36626-36631. 
Stable element, mark 6: 

Mercury control cutout, SN-1801d, - Method 
of starting and operating, SN-1801f, © 1 c, each 
Mar, 28, 1944; J 36583, 36584. 

3'y50 gun mount, mark 22, Recoil and counter- 
recoil mechanism, SN-1806e, © 1 c. Mar, 28, 
1944; J 36585, 

Wach (Edward F.) 5010 

Ray-o-therm, © 1 c, Nov. 6, 1943; I 34309. 

Wade (Edgar G.) 5011 

Adapta- shade for windshields. ® 1 c. May 4, 
1944; I 34506. 

Walkmir (Guglielmo A.) 5012 

Girl in the moon. © Sept, 7, 1943; K 55489. 

Ward (Montgomery) & co., inc. 5013 

Challenge to you. © 1 c. May 10, 1944; J 36653. 

Washington (State) 5014-5017 

State of Washington 11435: 

l/2( cigarette tax [stance] - 2^ cigarette tax 
[stamps] - 2 1/2^ cigarette tax [stamps] - 5^ ciga- 
rette tax [stamps] © May 14, 1942; K 55557-55560. 

Weidringer (Joseph) 5018 

Wedding couple of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton gross. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1943; J 35622. 

Wells (Hewitt) 5019, 5020 

Three bed room dwelling 24'0" x 36'0". © 1 c. 

May 1, 1944; I 34472. 

Typical plans for dwelling units, barracks, wards 

and storage buildings of shotcrete construction. © 

1 c. Mar. 31, 1944; I 34217. 

Westinghouse radio stations, inc. 5021-5024 

Daytime circulation: 

KDKA Pittsburgh. - KYW Philadelphia. - 



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5025 



pt. rv. n. s.. V. 39 



WBZ Boston. - WOWO Fort Wayne. © Jan. 
5, 1944; I 34525-34528. 

Wilkins (H. R.) 5025 

Legend of the peach. © 1 c. Mar. 24, 1944; K 
55528. 

Williams (John) 5026 

Light tape. © 1 c. Mar. 25, 1944; I 34147. 

Wilson Jones co. 5027 

Insignia U. S. armed forces. © Mar. 2, 1944; 
K 55408. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc. 5028 

Winthrop logarithmic -probit. © Sept. 17, 1943; 
I 34135. 

Wisconsin (State ) 5029 

Wisconsin tobacco products tax 2 cents, 19789. 
© Mar. 31, 1944; K 55561. 



Woolfork Oames B.) 5030 

Victory and peace. © 1 c. Apr. 24, 1944; I 34518. 

World merchandise corp. 5031 

Souvenir of Panama. © Mar. 8, 1944; K 55357. 

Yeatman (Lawrence A.) 5032 

Mail box signal flag release. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 
1944; I 34440. 

Yoh (H. L.) CO. 5033, 5034 

Bobby pin card loading machine. - Bobby pin 
hopper loading machine. © 1 c. each Apr. 7, 1944; 
I 34249, 34250. 

Yorke (Emerson) studio. 5035-5039 

Machine shop work. Operations on the center- 
type grinder. 

Grinding a plain pin, part 1, thegrinding wheel, 

1. - Grinding a plainpin, part 2, grinding operations, 

2. - Grinding a slender shaft with back rest, 3. - 
Grinding a taper, 5. - Plunge cut grinding, 4. © 
Apr. 21, 1944; J 36620-36624. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) 108 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical charact;er (including 686 one-copy 

entries) - — — — 838 

Photographs (including 285 one-copy entries) ■ ■ . ■ — 454 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 37 contributions to periodicals and other 

one-copy entries) 1,339 



Total 



2,739 



86 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[5039 



Fey (Charles E.) 1 

Spirit of the storm. © C. E. Fey, Laramie, Wy. 
R 123029, Dec. 6, 1943. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 5040-5047 
For pharmaceuticals: 

Bonds will buy bombs. Tincture metaphen 
mailing piece, © Nov. 8, 1943; KK 24291. 

Bring him home sooner. Bismarsen mailing 
piece. © Nov. 30^ 1943; KK 24292. 

Bring them back sooner. Tincture metaphen 
mailing piece, © Apr, 7, 1944; KK 24297. 

Carry your share. Nembutal mailing piece. 
© Nov. 7^ 1943; KK 24290. 

He s in it all the way. Sulfedex mailing piece. 
© Jan. 4, 1944; KK 24294. 

Keep him on the run. Vita-kaps mailing piece. 
© Dec, 27, 1943; KK 24293. 

Man your battle stations. Cofron mailii^ 
piece. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24296. 

This should be a gun in Italy, Sulfedex mail- 
ing piece. © Jan, 26, 1944; KK 24295. 

Acheson colloids corp.. Port Huron, Mich. 

5048-5050 
For dispersions of colloidal graphite: 

Physical and chemical properties of dag col- 
loidal graphite. © Feb. 5, 1944; KK 24132. 

Pin a medal on yourself. © Apr. 1, 1944; 
KK 24600. 

* Select the properties you can use, © Apr. 1, 
1944; KK 24615. 

Acme visible records, inc., Chicago. 5051-5052 
Another time saver for government and industry. 

For visible record equipment. © Mar. 28, 1944; 

KK 24117. 

New powerful record control. For visible record 

system equipment. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 24333. 

Aircraft- marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

5053, 5054 

AMP solderless knife -disconnect splicing ter- 
minal. For terminals, stud-tabs & line-links. © 
Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24469. 

Civilian production. For terminals, cable lugs 
& bonding jumpers. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24541. 

American blower Corp., Dearborn, Mich. 

5055, 5056 
For bearings: 

Americanblowerbearii^s arrangement, 2 pil- 
low blocks with two ring oiled bronze bearings or 
deep groove ball bearings. Bulletin no. 2438. © 
Nov. 12, 1943; KK 24567. 

American blower bearings type HD, heavy 
duty self-aligning, ring oiled, water jacketed. Bul- 
letin no. 2238, © Nov. 29, 1943; KK 24568. 

American brake shoe co. Kellogg div., Rochester, 
N. Y. 5057 

Air pressure and delivery calculator. For stage 

air compressors. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 24402. 

American colloid co., Chicago. 5058 

Leading grades of bentonite. For clay. © Mar. 
22, 1944; KK 24145. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 5059-5061 



For transportation equipment: 

Forty-four minutes to re-wheel, © Mar. 11, 
1944; KK 23955. 

Safety valves of war transport. © Apr. 8, 
1944; KK 24381. 

Stanley Le Grande, safety ace. © Mar. 25. 
1944; KK 24112. 

Ameripan safety razor corp., Brooklyn. 5062 

She says she likes you. For razors and blades. 
© Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24171. 

American sterlizer co,, Erie, Pa. 5063, 5064 

American comper invalid and orthopedic walker. 

For invalid and orthopedic walker. © Mar. 10, 

1944; KK 24077. 

American MacEachern obstetrical table. For 

obstetrical table, © Mar, 8, 1944; KK 24078. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 5065-5067 

For cigarettes: 

Boy, that's tobacco! © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 
23946. 

Fine tobacco, I'll smoke it later in Luckies. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24262. 

Man, that's fine tobacco. © Apr. 19, 1944; 
KK 24554. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 5068 

Invest in America, For beer. © Apr. 14, 1944; 
KK 24420, 

Argyle beauty products, Chicago. 5069 

Adorna home cold permanent wave. For prepar- 
ations & accessories for permanent wave treat- 
ments. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24614. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 5070-5075 

For beef extract flavoring: 

You know with vitalox on hand, you can make 
all soups taste gfand. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24163. 

You know with vitalox on hand, you can make ■ 
all soups taste grand. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24167. 
For meats: 

Even with rationii^. © Mar. 26, 1944; KK 
24165. 

4 ways you can help save food. © Mar. 31, 
1944; KK 24166. 

Here's a meat feast for 4. © Mar, 24, 1944; 
KK 24164. 

Make these 2 ration-stretching dishes with 
America's finest bacon. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24555. 



Associated distributors, Chicago. 5076-5080 

For nail polish: 

Chen Yu has a way with women. © Nov. 16, 
1943; KK 24091. 

Find your winning shades of Chen Yu. © Dec. 
2, 1943; KK 24093. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu. © Oct. 19, 1943; 
KK 24086. 

Try new shades of fashion-cued Chen Yu. © 
Nov. 3, 1943; KK 24090, 

Lip chic Chen Yu. For cosmetics. © Oct. 29, 
1943; KK 24087. 



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Atlas crystal works, Trenton, N. J. 5081 

New numbers. Atlas snowfall crystal paper- 
weights. For crystal novelty paperweights. © Mar. 
15, 1944; KK 24222, 

Bacharach industrial instrument co., Pittsburgh. 

5082 
Fyrite practical C02 indicator.* For a testing 
instrument for heatii^ boilers. © Mar. 22, 1944, 
KK 24042. 

Barden (Robert M.) sr., Lexington, Ky. 5083 

From me to you. For cigarettes. © Mar. 27, 
1944; KK 24328. 

Belfort (Joseph H.) Chicago. 5084 

Announcing the B-J mail order course. For 
mail order course. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24273. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 5085-5087 

For aircraft: 

Add another chapter to the history of Amer= 
ican aviation. Jet propulsion. © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 
24121. 

Shower bath for the Axis, courtesy of Bell 
aircraft. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 24466. 

2,000,000 - All-Americans. © Jan. 13, 1944; 
KK 24096. 

Benin's wonderstoen co., inc., New York. 

5088, 5089 
For depilatory: 

Smooth, more beautiful legs. © Mar. 1, 1944; 
KK 24206. 

Smooth, more beautiful legs. © Apr. 1, 1944; 
KK 24205. 

Bendix aviation corp.. New York, Teterboro, N. J. 

5090-5102 
For aircraft instruments; 

Diluter demand oxygen regulator. Installa- 
tion instructions. /© Mar. 14, 1944; KK 24355. 

Dual fuel pressure autosyn indicator. Install- 
ation instructions. © Mar. 14, 1944; KK 24260. 

Inverter. Installation instructions. © Mar, 
31, 1944; KK 24261. 

Service bulletin. Cleaning diaphragm assem- 
blies, autosyn differential fuel pressure transmit- 
ters. © Mar, 27, 1944; KK 24135. 

Service bulletin. Cleaning diaphragm assem- 
blies, manifold pressure gauges, © Apr. 11, 1944; 
KK 24382. 

Service bulletin. How to balance the gyro 
and make weight and damping adjustments -turn 
and bank indicator. © Apr. 11, 1944; KK 24383. 

Service bulletin. Insulating the hairsprings 
of the Pioneer gyro flux gate compass transmitter. 
© Mar. 27, 1944; KK 24134. 

Service bulletin. Lubrication recommenda- 
tions for Pioneer instruments. © Mar. 27, 1944, 
KK 24139, 

Service bulletin. Modification of demand 
oxygen regulator for low-pressure operation. © 
Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24524. 

Test equipment. Barometer. © Mar. 27, 
1944; KK 24133. 

Test equipment. Demagnetizer. © Mar. 27, 
1944; KK 24136. 

For precision instruments for planes: 

Ready for action. © Feb. 25, 1943; KK 
24496. 

When the dial is turned to tomorrow. © Apr. 
12, 1944, KK 24374. 



Bendix aviation, ltd., Burbank, Calif, 5103 

Bendix aviation, ltd. presents: Bendix cushion 
clamps. For hydraulic aircraft equipment. © Feb, 
10, 1941, KK 24455. 

Pest & CO., inc.. New York. 5104-5147 

Best's has the winners. For boys' coats, suits, 

jackets, slacks & hats. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23942. 

Best's, the reliable for fashion. For ladies 

dress. © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 23944, 

Best's young suits are Easter hits. Sprii^ win- 
ners. For girls' suits, misses dresses, blouses, 
hats, suits, pins & coats. © Apr. 2, 1944; KK 
24118. 

Big demand for our hit separates. For misses 
jackets, skirts & short slacks. © Apr. 12, 1944; 
KK 24336. 

City-summer shantungs. Encore! Encore! Our 
Lewispun classics. For misses dresses & coats. 
© Apr. 19, 1944; KK 24457. 

Colorful cotton dresses with perky ruffles. For 
young girls' dresses. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24307. 
Dream dress. For misses evening dress. © 
Apr. 12, 1944; KK 24335. 

Easter winners for young cosmopolitans. For 
teen girls' dresses, suit & coats. © Mar. 31, 1944; 
KK 24080. 

Encore! Encore! The Cannes beret. Hit coats 
for boys. Spring suit classic in good gray flannel. 
For lady's hat, boys' coats & young girls suit. © 
Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24162. 
For girls' dresses: 

Bright embroidery on pastel spun rayon. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24450, 

Flower-petal pastels in pretty spun rayon, 
© Apr, 13, 1944, KK 24303, 
For little girls' dresses: 

Posy prints from Best's famous Liliputian 
bazaar, © Apr. 16, 1944; KK 24452. 

Young cotton fashions from Best's famous 
Liliputian bazaar. © Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24302. 
For misses coat; 

City-country tweed reefer. © Apr. 10, 1944; 
KK 24266. 

Go-everywhere classic, our short Nada. © 
Apr. 25, 1944; KK 24509. 

Tops in usefulness - a good polo coat. © 
Apr. 16, 1944; KK 24453. 
For misses dresses: 

Encore! Encore! Our tunic dresses. © Apr. 
12, 1944; KK 24334. 

Portrait neckline ginghams. © Apr. 27, 
1944; KK 24563. 

Portrait neckline on a pretty sprir^ wool. 
© Apr. 4, 1944, KK 24156. 

Soft, slim and pretty. © Apr, 13, 1944; KK 
24304. 

For misses suit: 

Hit cardigan, suit in C-1 wool serge, © Apr. 
18, 1944; KK 24451. 

Wool doeskin beauty, our short jacket suit. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; KK 24508. 

For young cosmopolitans, hit suit in wool gabar- 
dine. Young fashions in flower-fresh cottons from 
Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. For young girl's 
suit & little girls' dresses. © Apr. 23, 1944; KK 
24548. 

For young cosmopolitans, spring suits and 
coats with a future. For young girls' suits & coats. 
© Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23943. 

'44 - big summer for quality cottons. For miss- 
es dresses, playsuits, play dresses, jacket & bath- 
ing suit. © Apr. 9, 1944, KK 24267. 



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Glen plaid, teen favorite for Easter. For young 
girl's suit. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24265. 

Good looks and good sense in girls' spring shoes. 
© Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24079. 

Hit coats for boys. For boys' coats. © Apr. 7, 
1944; KK 24264. 

New edition of Best's famous Nada bag. For 
ladies baf. © Mar. 28, 1944; KK 24074. 

New shipment, our faded blue duster. For miss- 
es wrap around dress. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24309. 

New! The short boxy jacket. For misses jacket. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24159. 

Nursery furniture from Best's famous Liliputian 
bazaar. For baby's furniture. © Apr. 27, 1944; 
KK 24561. 

Portrait dress for summer galas. For evening 
dress. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24459. 

Rugged and right for gardening. For misses pin- 
afores, shirts, slacks and overalls. © Apr. 14, 
1944; KK 24308. 

School-girl favorites for good looks, long wear. 
Toppers for teeners. For young cosmopolitans' cap- 
sleeve charmers. For girls' shoes, girls' short 
coats, girls' dresses. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24310. 

Short coats are scoring a hit. For misses short 
coat. © Apr. 11, 1944; KK 24458. 

Sissy seersuckers for young cosmopolitans. 
Young fun fashions, Best's sailing blues. For young 
girls cotton dresses, young girls' shirts, shorts, 
slacks & overalls. © Apr. 9, 1944; KK 24268. 

Spring checks from Best's Liliputian bazaar. 
For small boys' & girls' coats & hats. © Mar. 30, 
1944; KK 24160. 

Sturdy clothes for a rugged country life. For 
misses coat, suit, culotte. Jacket, dress, blouse 
overalls & wrap around, © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24562. 

Teeners love Best's young separates, petticoat 
ruffles. For girls' jackets, skirts, sweaters, blous- 
es, slacks & misses hats. © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 
24463. 

Teeners' spring favorite checked topper. For 
girls' coat. © Mar. 3(3, 1944; KK 24161. 

Toppers for teeners. For young girls' coats. 
© Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24263. 

Tops for sturdy good looks for long-lived qual- 
ity for comfort Arnold authentics exclusive with 
Best's. For misses shoes. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 
24560. 

Whitman gabardine. Rugged clothes for a rugged 
country life. For girl's short & shirt, misses coat, 
suit, culotte, jacket, dress, wrap-around, overalls 
& blouse. © Apr. 23, 1944; KK 24549. 

Best foods, inc., New York. 5148 

From health food to breakfast food and back a- 
gain. For food production. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 
24547. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. ' 5149 

Happiness for four. For pile fabric floor cover- 
ing. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24277, 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 5150, 5151 

For beer: 

Blatz beer fast becoming America's new 
favorite. © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 24474. 

Blatz beer fast becoming America's new 
favorite. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24475. 

Blickman (S.) inc., Weehawken, N. J. 5152, 5153 
Conqueror line hospital equipment. For hospital 
equipment. © Jan. 31, 1944; KK 24154, 



Food service equipment. For food service 
equipment, © Feb. 26, 1944; KK 24155. 

Blue Ridge paint works, Henry, Va. 5154 

Improved caulk-n-seal. For caulking compounds. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24341. 

Blue Ridge talc, co., inc., Henry, Va. 5155 

Caulk-n-seal, For caulking compounds, © Mar. 
31, 1944; KK 24342. 

Bond electric corp. div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 

Borden co,. New York. 5156-5163 

Big spring promotion of Borden's, For evapor- 
ated milk, © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 24482, 
For cheese: 

Listen lady! This cheese gives macaroni a 
flavor. © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 24483. 

Your daddy always reads the end of the menu 
first. © Mar. 5, 1944; KK 24481. 
For dairy products: 

Thank heavens for an old New England pro- 
verb. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24484. 

You musn't be a snob. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 
24480. 

For malted milk: 

Elmer certainly can take it now that he's 
drinkii^ hemol © Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24486. 

Why, darling! Gasped Elsie. © Apr. 1, 1944; 
KK 24485. 

Guess who we bought our groceries from! For 
fluid milk. © Apr. 9, 1944; KK 24487. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J, 5164-5167 

Botany 500 tailored by Daroff. For men's 
clothing. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24610. 
For woolen & worsted piece goods: 

Botany woolens. All wolves - when she 
wears her Botany coat. © Mar. 30, 1944; KK 
24130. 

It must be a Botany coat, mink doesn't mean 
a thing to her, © Mar, 28, 1944; KK 24129. 

That lamb follows her everywhere, her Bot- 
any dress was its favorite aunt. © Apr. 11, 1944; 
KK 24320. 

C-W plywood CO., Chicago. 5168 

Introduction to a new material of plastic com- 
position. For structural products. © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 24446. 

California conserving co., San Francisco. 5169 

Use your ration points for this richer, thicker 
catsup. For condiments. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 
23924, 

California fruit growers exchange. Products dept,, 
Ontario, Calif. 5170 

America's favorites. For fruit juice bases for 

bottled beverages. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24619, 

Camloc fastener corp,, New York, 5171 

Warpage? For fasteners. © Apr, 3, 1944; KK 
24350, 

Cannon electric development co., Los Angeles, 

5172, 5173 
Cannon type AN connectors catalog number. 
Chart no, 2. For army-navy specifications connec- 
tors. © Apr. 9, 1943, KK 24488. 



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Cannon type AN insert arrangements to scale. 
Chart no. 1. For army-navy specifications connec- 
tors, wall chart. © Apr. 9, 1943; KK 24526, 

Capitol fuel co., Cleveland. 5174 

Successful sales service offered to producers 
of coal. For coal. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 24473. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 5175 

Word about the chemical branch of the family. 
For textiles, plastics & chemicals. © Apr. 3, 1944; 
KK 24546. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 5176-5180 

For household bleach & disinfectant: 

Answer America's call to health. © Feb. 
26, 1944; KK 23928. 

Answer America's call to health! Reduce 
home infection dangers with Clorox! © Feb. 13; 
1944; KK 23927. 

Clorox-clean linens are snowy =white, sanitary 
and they last longer! © Mar, 12, 1944; KK 23929. 

Cultivate the healthful habit of Clorox-clean- 
liness in laundering! © Jan. 16, 1944; KK 23925. 

Cultivate the healthful habit of Clorox-clean- 
liness in laundering! © Jan. 29, 1944- KK 23926. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 5181-5183 

For beer: 

Guest star tonight. © Nov. 24, 1943; KK 
24623. 

Just what the doctor ordered. © Apr. 26, 
1944; KK 24605. 

Mm-m-mellow dramai For beer and ale. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24443. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 5184-5207 

For soft drink: 

Boys in the fox-holes need musical instru- 
ments. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 24286. 

For your iceoox at home. Sprite holdii^ up 
six bottles. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24359. 

Good-neighbor pause. Chinese aviator. © 
Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24504. 

Have a Coca-cola - cead mf le failte. Ireland 
revised. © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 24315. 

Have a Coca-cola = howdy, neighbor. © Apr. 
6, 1944; KK 24419. 

Have a Coca-cola = kla ora. Good luck. New 
Zealand no. 3. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 24287. 

Have a Coca-cola = look who just blew in. 
Sailor in defense plant. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 
24317. 

Have a Coca-cola -ique hay amigo? What 
gives, pal? Panama. © Mar.^ 23, 1944; KK 24280. 

Have a Coca-cola = ^que hay, amigo? What 
gives, pal? Panama no. 2. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 
24505. 

Have a Coca-cola = 4 que hay, amigo? What 
gives, pal? Panama no. 2. © Apr. 12, 1944; KK 
24506. 

Have a Coca-cola - sakabona. Whaddya say? 
South Africa no. 2. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 24284. 

Have a coke=kia ora. Good luck. New Zea- 
land. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24119. 

Have a coke ~ kom er bij, amice! Join us, 
pal. Dutch flyers. © Mar. 21, 1944; KK 24279. 

Have a coke = kom er bij, amice! Join us, 
pal. Dutch flyers, © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 24285, 

Have a coke - so glad you're back again, 
sailor saluting boy. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 24316. 

Have a coke = welcome home, big boy. Canada 
no. 1. © Apr. 14, 1944, KK 24507. 



Have a coke - welcome, short-snorter, © 
Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24288. 

Have a coke = we're all together again. Sou- 
venir doll, © Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24366, 

Have a coke = we're all together again. Sou- 
venir doll. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24365. 

Have a coke = you're invited to our house. 
Sailors in home. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 24282. 

He enjoys coke from your store when he's 
home on leave. Soldier and kids in workshop. © 
Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24289. 

How Jimmy & Judy made the music go'round 
and 'round for Uncle Sam. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 
24503. 

How Jimmy & Judy made the music go 'round 
and 'round for Uncle Sam. © Mar. 21, 1944; KK 
24281. 

Our boys need musical instruments on the 
battlefront and in camp. © Mar. 14, 1944; KK 24502. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 5208-5210 

Fillings and frostings that make the cake. For 

dessert. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24228. 

Minute linit for the B. B. L. For laundry starch. 

© Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24255. 

Work or play, which takes more energy? For 

food-energy sugar. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 24256. 

Cornell (Clifford Black) Cleveland, 5211 

I>uzzle -pastime for the penny -wise. For fluxes 
in brick form. © Mar. 14, 1944; KK 24298. 

Coty, inc., New York, 5212-5214 

For perfumes: 

Siren songs by Coty. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 
24114. 

When you're in love wear Muguet des bois. 
© Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24249. 

When you're in love wear Muguet des bois. 
© Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24231. 

Dana perfumes, Chicago. 5215-5219 

For cosmetic: 

Forbidden reds and scented lips. © Dec. 7, 
1943; KK 24095. 

Most exciting after -bath experience. © Dec. 
7, 1943; KK 24094. 

Sophisticated scent of the century. © Nov. 
1, 1943; KK 24089. 

White cologne. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 24088. 

You need no book to tell you. © Dec. 1, 1943; 
KK 24092. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 5220 

Statuettes by Daprato. For statues and brackets. 
© Apr. 12, 1944; KK 24375. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St, Louis, 5221, 5222 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Bulletin F-75. © Apr, 8, 1944; KK 24551. 
Form OD-419, © Apr, 8, 1944; KK 24550, 

De Sanno (A. P) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 

5223, 5224 

Free folder on fast metal cutting. For abrasive 
cut-off machines. © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 24081. 

Prescription fitted, custom compounded. For 
grinding wheels, © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 24082. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 5225, 5226 

For stencil duplicators & supplies: 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole, © Apr, 13, 1944; KK 24344. 



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Message to parents. © Feb. 19, 1943; KK 
24438. 

Drane (Phil D.), d. b. a„ Enardo foundry & mfg. co. 
Tulsa, Okl. 5227, 5228 

Enardo wood tank equipment. For valves and 

fittings for oil tanks. © Mar. 28, 1944; KK 24176. 
Expansion joint compression-type pipe fittings. 

For pipe fittings for oil lines. © Feb. 15, 1944; 

KK 24211. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., Passaic, N. J. 

5229 
Another DuMont contribution. For type 247 
cathode-ray oscillograph. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 
24575. 

Durham mfg. co., Muncie, Ind. 5230, 5231 

For metal card tables & furniture: 

This little pig can't go to market. © Apr. 10, 
1944; KK 24364. 

War worker today. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 
24539. 

Duro test corp.. North Bergen, N. J. 5232-5234 

Can you beat it! Those Duro test lamps are 
still burning. For incandescent lamps. © June 1, 
1943; KK 24177. 

For incandescent fluorescent lamps: 

Hey St^ve! I need a new lamp. © Dec. 15, 
1943; KK 24178. 

It costs us $2.59 in work stoppage and main- 
tenance. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 24179. 

Dusharme products, inc., Minneapolis. 5235 

Dusharme. For hair wave cream. © Feb. 27, 
1944; KK 24348. 

Enardo foundry & mfg. co. See Drane (PhilD.), 
d. b. a. Enardo foundry & mfg. co. 

Endicott Johnson corp., Endicott, N. Y. 5236 

This war year, let's give Endicott Johnson prac = 
tical gifts. For slippers & hosiery. © Dec. 16, 
1943; KK 24472. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 5237, 5238 

Inside this circle is great pen news. For pen. 

© Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24274. 

$64 question is - shall I give it, or keep it? For 

pen and pencil set. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24275, 

Exhibit supply co., Chicago. 5239 

Love tester. For cards sold by means of vend- 
ing machines. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24525. 

Fechheimer bros. co., Cincinnati. 5240 

To the man in the National park service. For 
uniforms. © Apr. 12, 1944; KK 24312. 

Ferguson (Harry) inc., Dearborn, Mich. 5241 

For the 1944 season. For tractor & implement 
parts. © Dec. 13, 1943; KK 24494. 

Field (Marshall) & co., Chicago. 5242 

Eye target. For men's shirts, ties & tie pins. 
© Apr. 21, 1941; KK 23945. 

Firth-Sterling steel co., McKeesport, Pa. 5243 

H. W. D. hot work die steel of broad adaptabil- 
ity. For die steel. © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 24401. 



Fischer & co., inc.. New York. 5244 

Heavenly lingerie by Fischer. For lingerie, 
slip, © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24321. 

Forstmann woolen co., Passaic, N. J, 5245 

Forstmann 100 % virgin wool. For woolen & 
worsted piece goods. © Apr. 19, 1944; KK 24391. 

Fram corp., East Providence, R. I, 5246 

Let the Fram MP, motor protector, protect 

your motor. For replacement cartridges. © Mar. 
16, 1944; KK 24372. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods Corp., New York. 5247-5251 

For cake flour: 

Here are the swans down speed-way recipes. 
© Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24326. 

Quick cake recipe. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
24098, 

Today it's quick cakes you want, 7289. © 
Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24097. 

For catsup, chili sauce & cocktail sauce: 

Our Easter eggs lead a double life, © Apr. 
7, 1944; KK 24230. 

We put a victory garden in every bottle! © 
Apr, 28, 1944; KK 24540, 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 5252-5256 

For cosmetics: 

Baby products, Dorothy Gray. © Mar, 30, 
1944; KK 24072. 

Dorothy Gray finisheen. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 
24569. 

For women of 30 or over, Cellogen cream. © 
Mar. 27, 1944; KK 24073. 

Spring news! 1/2 price sale. © Apr. 6, 1944; 
KK 24323. 

You're so pretty, special dry -skin mixture. © 
Apr. 1,8, 1944; KK 24405. 

Haennig (Joseph F.) Independence, la. 5257 

Honest George key check. For key check. © 
Mar. 4, 1941; KK 24202. 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 5258, 5259 

For ale: 

Join the WAVES. © Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24380. 
Watchii^ is what I do best! © Mar. 29, 1944; 
KK 24229. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. Y. 

5260-5264 
For rennet powder & rennet tablets: 

Aunt Rennie and her helpers know a thousand 
milky tricks so neat. © Apr. 9, 1944; KK 24479. 

Mocha rennet=custard. Chocolate peanut 
rennet-custard. © Nov. 2, 1943: KK 24099. 

Presto! And milk is changed into a delicious 
dessert. © Mar. 27, 1943; KK 24478. 

How to make cheese at home in 10 easy steps. 
For rennet tablets. © Feb. 16, 1944; KK 24477. 

Maraschino cherry rennet-custard. For rennet 
powder & rennet custard. © Nov. 2, 1943; KK 
24100. 

Harris bros. co., Chicago. 5265 

Important news for our preferred contractor cus- 
tomers. For building materials. © Apr. 10, 1944; 
KK 24456. 



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Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 5266 

Harris impressions, v. 4, no, 3, Mar., 1944. For 
lithographic supplies, © Feb. 22, 1944; KK 24378. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. .., 

5267-5269 
For chemicals: 

Cellulose plastics are stable! © Apr. 25, 
1944; KK 24113. 

Cellulose plastics for electrical reasons. © 
May 3, 1944; KK 24620. 

On this, men's lives depend. © Apr. 13, 1944; 
KK 24356. 

Hpleproof hosiery co., Milwaukee. 5270, 5271 

F\t tester. For women's hosiery. © Apr. 5, 

1944; KK 24390, 

Rayons that fit are the fashion this Easter. For 

hosiery. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 24137. 

HoUand-Rantos co., inc., New York. 5272 

Koromex set complete. Forkoromex diaphragm, 
introducer, jelly & cream. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 
23941. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Honegger feed mills, Fairbury, 111, 5273 

Honeggers' pig popper. For animal feed. © 
Mar. 29, 1944; KK 24299. 

Hornibrook (H. G.) Minneapolis. 5274 

Apex special containers. For motor oils & lu- 
bricants. © Mar. 21, 1944; KK 23954. 

Hudnut (Richard) salon. New York. 5275 

Welcome spring. For beauty preparations, © 
Mar. 24, 1944; KK 24330. 

Indian steel products co., Chicago. 5276 

Enginered savings. For permanent magnets. 
© Apr. 3, 1944; KK 24553. 

Indiana steel & wire co., Muncie, Ind. 5277 

Crapo steel conductors require fewer poles. For 
steel conductors. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24144. 

Internal surface projector co., Mineola, N. Y. 

5278 
Soetbeer inspectoscope. For inspectoscope. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; KK 24203. 

International silver co. Holmes &. Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 5279-5284 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

I just won't take anything less than these. © 
Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24499. 

I'm saving for. Sock ad. © Feb. 25, 1944; 
KK 24430. 

I'm saving for. Stocking ad. © Apr. 15, 1944; 
KK 24432. 

I'm saving for. Teapot ad. © Mar. 1, 1944; 
KK 24431. 

These are in our plans, © Apr. 19, 1944; KK 
24434. 

We'll have the best. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24433, 

International telephone & telegraph corp., New 
York. 5285 

Here's a track through the storm. For aerial 

navigation equipment. © May 1, 1944; KK 24543. 



Iron fireman mfg. co., Portland, Or. 5286 

Enjoy summer comfort in winter weather with 
Iron fireman weather periscope. For automatic 
coal stokers & controls, © May 11, 1943; KK 
23951, 

Jo Wit laboratories. See Wit (Jo) laboratories. 

Johansen bros, shoe co., inc., St. Louis. 5287 

Johansen shoes. For shoes. © Apr. 5, 1944; 
KK 24376, 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

5288, 5289 

Charles "Harrison Frazier, M. D. For sutures, 
© Mar. 2, 1944; KK 24379. 

Ethicon bone wax, for hemostasis in all types 
of bone surgery. For bone wax. © Jan. 15, 1944; 
KK 24173. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 

5290, 5291 

Flame throwers of the steel front. , For steel. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24576, 

Mountains smelted to get iron for steel. For J. 
& L controlled quality steel, © Mar, 27, 1944; KK 
23956. 

Kellogg div, American brake shoe co. See Ameri- 
can brake shoe co. Kellogg div. 

Kops bros., inc.. New York. 5292 

Education for conservation. For foundation gar- 
ments. © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 24232. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 5293 

Velveeta main dishes to the rescue! For cheese. 
© Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24150, 

Lamson & Sessions co., Cleveland. 5294-5304 

For bolts: 

If dismantliilg is likely. © Feb, 17, 1944; KK 
24422. 

It was made for box cars. © Feb, 17, 1944; 
KK 24425. 

Picture of performance. © Feb. 17, 1944; 
KK 24449, 

Six easy steps. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 24423. 
U. S, patent no. 2056688. © Feb. 17, 1944; 
KK 24426. 

For nuts & bolts: 

It's up to you. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 24468. 
There are 6 advantages. © Feb. 17, 1944; 
KK 24424. 

Using Dardelet rivet-bolts. © Feb. 17, 1944; 
KK 24447. 

Manufactured scrap. For bolt heads & borings. 
© Feb. 17, 1944; KK 24421. 

Successor to carriage bolts. For new & used 
bolts. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 24448. 

We sawed these in two. For nuts. © Feb. 17, 
1944; KK 24427. 

Lantz mfg. co., Valparaiso, Ind. 5305 

Better way to handle hay, form LB. For hay 
fork. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24377. 

Lawler automatic controls, Mt. Vernon, N. Y, 

5306 
Lawler line of thermostatic control valves. For 
thermostatic control valves. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 
24454. 



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Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

5307-5312 
For cosmetics: 

Feature this famous once-a-year sale! © 
Apr. 6, 1944; KK 24324, 

For your young, young lips. © Apr. ll, 1944; 
KK 24325. 

For disinfectant & germicide: 

Amphyl, the modern household disinfectant. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24125. 

Here's what my mother-in-law taught me! 
© Mar. 22, 1944; KK 24128. 

Modern aid to feminine hygiene. © Mar. 8, 
1944; KK 24126. 

Used for killing germs. © Mar. 15, 1944; 
KK 24127. 

Liberty motors & engineering Corp., Baltimore. 

5313, 5314 
For aircraft service tools & test equipment: 
My foolish friend. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 
24428. 

You can help! Red cross war fund. © Mar. 
15, 1944; KK 24045. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 5315-5331 
For cigarettes: 

After their moisture content. © Mar, 30, 
1944; KK 24258, 

Always buys the best of my tobacco. Farmer 
Hilliard. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24400. 

Chesterfields please, and the change in war 
stamps. War stamps. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 24566. 

For my guests. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24352. 

Good luck. Ziegfeld follies. © Apr. 14, 
1944; KK 24397. 

Hop in sailor, have a Chesterfield. © Apr. 
17, 1944; KK 24399. 

It's easy to remember. Ordering and blend- 
ing. © Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24398. 

Mission completed. © Apr, 2, 1944; KK 
24170. 

Sum and substance of a milder, better taste 
is found In Chesterfield's. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 
23952. 

Thatchweave Simms. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 
24429. 

They bid until they get it. © Apr. 11, 1944; 
KK 24354. 

Tinker Shaw. © Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24351. 

Torpedo Sam. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 23953. 

Trigger Stone. © Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24169. 

Tuneful Sedgewick. © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 
24259. 

You first soldier. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24353. 

Top-flight tobacco. Granger. Naval aviator. 
For pipe tobacco. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24257. 

Littell (F. J.) machine co., Chicago. .5332 

Littell powertilt wire reel. For wire reels. © 
Jan, 28, 1944; KK 24223. 

Lowe (Joe) corp.. New York. 5333, 5334 

For frozen confections on a stick: 

For me and my pal, popsicle, delicious. © 
Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24393. 

It's tops! Fudgicle, delicious-nourishing. © 
Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24392. 

McBath(Carl D.),d. b. a. Morale builder, Columbus, 
Ga. 5335 

Kissprint. For gummed die cut Up prints, © 

Apr. 2, 1944; KK 24570. 



McConnell (W. N.) Richmond, 5336 

Fire killer kit. For fire extinguishers, grenade 
type. © Apr. 26, 1944; KK 24601. 

McGraw electric co,, Elgin, 111. 5337 

That Smithson's the luckiest guy in the army! 

For automatic electric toasters. © Mar, 24, 1944; 
KK 24083. 

Macmillan petroleum corp., Los Angeles. 

5338-5353 
For petroleum products: 

Gasoline savings guaranteed. © Jan, 3, 1944; 
KK 24236. 

Increase power output and cut costs with ring- 
free! © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 24241. 

Let's dig the carbon out of motors too! © 
Feb. 1, 1944; KK 24240, 

Macmillan ring-free motor oil. © Jan. 10, 
1944; KK 24238. 

More gasoline mileage. © Feb. 21, 1944; 
KK 24243, 

No other motor oil gives you so many impor- 
tant selling points! Ad no. 2. © Dec. 11, 1943; 
KK 24234. 

No other motor oil gives you so many impor- 
tant selling points! Ad no. 3. © Jan. 8, 1944; KK 
24237. 

No other motor oil gives you so many impor- 
tant selling points! Ad no. 4. © Feb. 5, 1944; KK 
24242. 

No other motor oil gives you so many impor- 
tant selling points! Ad no; 5. © Mar. 4, 1944; KK 
24246. 

1.3 more miles per gallon gasoline, © Jan, 
31, 1944; KK 24461, 

Ring-free lubricated bearings, © Feb. 21, 
1944; KK 24244. 

Ring -free removes carbon, reduces friction, 
saves fuel! © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 24233, 

This is no time to waste gasoline! © Dec. 
27, 1943; KK 24235. 

Try ring-free on your toughest jobs! © Jan, 
27, 1944; KK 24239. 

Try ring -free on your toughest jobs! © Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 24245. 

Try ring-free on your toughest jobs! © Mar. 
5, 1944; KK 24247, 

Magnolia petroleum co., Dallas. 5354, 5355 

Older cars need better care! Summerize. For 

gasoline, oil & greases. © Apr, 11, 1944; KK 24319, 
Summerize, the seasonal care all cars need. 

For mobiloil, mobilgas & mobilgreases. ® Apr, 25, 

1944; KK 24559. 

Majestic radio & television corp., Chicago. 5356 
Majestic radio news no. 6. For radios & radio 
equipment. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24467. 

Masonite corp., Chicago, 5357-5363 

For building material: 

Heavier, healthier hogs on less feed! © Dec. 
20, 1943; KK 24213. 

Men who assay the forests. © Jan. 10, 1944 
KK 24214, 

Men who assay the forests. © Jan, 12, 1944 
KK 24215. 

Men who assay the forests. © Jan. 25, 1944 
KK 24217. 

Tree is stronger exploded! © Dec. 10, 1943 
KK 24212. 



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Meet the light-weight champion. For die stock. 
© Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24218. 

- More and more manufacturers choose Masonite. 
For building material, reflector board. © Jan. 19, 
1944; KK 24216. 

Mathieson alkali works, inc.. New York. 5364-5367 
For chlorine disinfectant & deodorant: 

Avoid rejects. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24538. 

Guarding health in public places. © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 24537. 

Helping hand for hatcheries. © Feb. 25, 
1944; KK 24535. 

Keeping your chicks up to scratch! © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 24536. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 5368 

Circle and monogram, Apr. 1944. For diction- 
aries. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 24500. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co,, St. Paul. 5369, 5370 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

Case of the missing pages. © Mar. 27, 1944; 
KK 24085. 

So they use the thumb -test. © Mar. 31, 1944; 
KK 24055. 

Mira products, inc., New York. 5371 

Mira-curl directions. For curl forming lotions. 
© Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24311. 

Modern classics by Mossalone, New York. 5372 
Created with the new mirror-glo permanent 
finish. For jewelry. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24207. 

Moog industries, inc., St. Louis. 5373 

Full power of Niagara turns night into day ! For 
piston rings. © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 24131. 

Morale builder. See McBath (Carl D.), d. b. a. 
Morale builder. 

Morse Boulger destructor co.. New York. 5374 

Robinson air-activated conveyor systems. For 

pneumatic equipment. © Mar. 28, 1944; KK 24120. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 5375 

National cylinder gas company industrial gases 
and welding supplies. For welding & cutting equip- 
ment & industrial gases & supplies. © Feb. 7, 1944; 
KK 24301. 

National distillers products corp.. New York. 

5376 
Circus. For whiskey. © Apr. 8, 1944; KK 
24322. 

Naughton farms, inc., Waxahachie, Tex. 5377 

Complete cactus window box garden. For cactus 
window box garden. © Mar. 27, 1944; KK 24306. 

New process co., Warren, Pa. 5378-5383 

For men's coats: 

America's most sought after coat. © Mar. 
14, 1944; KK 24389. 

Because you have bought from me before. © 
Mar. 14, 1944; KK 24385. 
For men's slack suits: 

Let's get going! Here's a slack suit buy too 
good to miss! © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 24384. 

Where all the slack suits men are going to 
want this summer are coming from, I don t know. 
© Mar. 17, 1944; KK 24387. 



For women's slacks suits: 

Now's the time to suit yourself. © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 24386. 

This is good news for only a comparatively 
few. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 24388. 

Nutrition research laboratories, Chicago. 5384 

Ertron prices reduced. For Pharmaceutical 
preparation. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 24340. 

Olson CO., inc.. New York. 5385 

Before you buy screens, think of next winter. 
For 3-in-l combination screen, weatherstripping 
& insulating windows. © Apr. 16, 1944; KK 24612. 

Onsrud machine works, inc., Chicago. 5386 

Onsrud air turbine portable grinders. For por- 
table grinders. © Dec. 28, 1943; KK 24200. 

Ortho products, inc.. Linden, N. J. 5387, 5388 

For vaginal jelly: 

Simplicity. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24175. 

What is a woman- month? © Mar, 3, 1944- 
KK 24174. 



Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 5389 

Door efficiency, man-hour economy. For over- 
head doors. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24347. 

Owens-Illinois glass co., Toledo. 5390, 5391 

For glass blocks: 

[Green light for insulux glass block] © Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 24332. 

Now building life can be prolonged. © Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 24331. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 5392-5395 

For fountain pen ink: 

Ohio bank reports: We find our pens last 
three to four times as long. © Oct. 1, 1943; KK 
24147. 

Sensational new ink gives pens vital wartime 
protection. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 24616. 

Top quality pens running short. © Feb. 15, 
1944; KK 24460. 

Why must I wait? I'd like this pen now! For 
fountain pen. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24148. 

Peake (Roswell Bruce) Seattle. 5396 

Flowers from the heart! For flowers. © Feb. 
5, 1944; KK 24221. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 5397-5400 
For flour: 

And four 37 millimeter shells, please, Mr. 
Grocer. © July 28, 1943; KK 24105, 

Delicate as the petal of a rose. © Oct. 29, 
1941; KK 24104. 

Now, precious B-vitamin in tender, flaky 
Pillsbury's best pie crust! © Apr. 25, 1941; KK 
24102. 

Surprise! A new blend of flavors, in America's 
favorite pie! © Sept. 17, 1941; KK 24103. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 5401 

William Lescaze's conception of a florist shop, 
form G 4313. For glass. © Apr. 24, 1944, KK 
24476. 

Poos (Robert Sanders) Bremerton, Wash. 5402 

Washav. For soap. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 24534, 



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Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See California fruit growers exchange. Prod- 
ucts depto 

Pullman=Standard car mfgo co., Chicago. 

5403, 5404 

What can a father tell his son? For railroad 
equipment. © Mar. 4, 1944; KK 24054. 

You'll get more for your money, after the war. 
For railway equipment, © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24465. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. corp., St, Louis, 

5405, 5406 
For piston rings: 

Do the job right! © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 24209, 
Do the job right! Avoid piston pitfalls. © 
Apr. 8, 1944; KK 24417. 

Rawlplug co.j inc., New York. 5407 

Method of grinding twist drill to secure a suit- 
able cuttii^ point for masonry. Instruction sheet. 
For twist drills. © Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24512. 

Reinsberg (AD) co., Chicago. 5408 

Rainydate hat. For waterproof hats. © Feb. 1, 
1943; KK 24498. 

Revlon products Corp., New York. 5409 

It's tournament of roses this spring by .Revlon. 
For nail enamel, lipstick & face powder. © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 24511. 

Ronrico Corp., San Juan, Puerto Rico. 5410-5414 
For rum: 

For the connoisseur. © Jan. 19, 1944; KK 
24254. 

For the connoisseur. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 
23936. 

Rum of delicious flavor. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 
23935. 

Rum of delicious flavor. © Feb. 18, 1944; 
KK 24253. 

Rum of delicious flavor. © Mar. 16, 1944; 
KK 23937. 

Royal tailors, inc., Chicago. 5415 

No two men are alike. For men's clothing. © 
Febo 3, 1944; KK 24337, 

Schering corp,, Bloomfield, N. J. 5416, 5417 

Estinyl, A commentary on the new potent oral 

estrogen. For estinyl. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 24101. 
Sulamyd. Urinary tract sulfonamide of choice. 

For sulamyd. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24360. 

Schlumbohm (Peter) New York. 5418 

OFahrenheitor. For refrigerator. © Apr. 20, 
1944, KK 24558. 

Scripto mfg. co., Atlanta. 5419 

Select a Scripto lead that serves your needs. 
For Scripto leads. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 24140. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 5420, 5421 
For piston rings: 

She's got rings on her pistons. © Apr. 21, 
1944; KK 24513. 

You wouldn't do this would you? © Apr, 4, 
1944; KK 24313, 

Searle (G. D.) & co., Chicago. 5422 

Detection of trichomonas vaginalis. For pharma- 
ceutical product. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 24339. 



Season skipper corp., Chicago. 5423 

One-and=only season skipper, two complete 

coats in one. For ladies coats. © Apr. 26, 1944; 
KK 24564. 

Selbyshoe co., Portsmouth, O. 5424, 5425 

For shoes: 

Day is loi^, the job is tough. © Mar. 29, 
1944; KK 24272. 

Use your head about your feet. © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 24271. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 5426, 5427 

One compact gas unit does the whole job. Air 

conditioning folder. For gas air conditioner, © 

Apr, 19, 1944; KK 24565. 

Servel all-year gas=operated air conditioning 

unit for heating and cooling. For air conditioning 

units, © Apr, 22, 1944; KK 24621. 

Seven-up co,, St, Louis. 5428-5430 

For soft drink: 

Fresh up on the job! © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
24153. 

Fresh up, that's it! © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 
24251. 

Get the fresh up smile! © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 
24152. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 5431-5437 

Better suturing control. For Singer surgical 
stitching instrument. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24199. 

Easy-to-make silver rolls and bags. For Pam- 
illa silver cloth. © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 24168. 

Fortunately for you. For Singer sewii^ ma- 
chines. © Feb. 20, 1944; KK 24196. 

Here's where we canhelp! For sewing machines, 
Singer school kits, notions, sewing guides. © Mar. 
29, 1944; KK 24198. 

I'm tired of being wonderful, I need help! For 
sewing machines - notions. © Mar. 30; 1944; KK 
24407. 

I'm tired of beii^ wonderful, I need help! For 
sewing machines, Singer form, notions. © Mar. 
17, 1944; KK 24406. 

Only Singer builds complete equipment for every 
stitchii^ operation in the manufacture of shirts. 
For Singer machines, © Mar, 22, 1944; KK 24197. 

Silver sewing machine co,, New York. 5438 

Un nuevo instrumento benefico para la humani- 
dad. For Singer surgical stitchii^ instrument. © 
Apr. 15, 1944; KK 24408. 

Smalley mfg. co., Manitowoc, Wis. 5439 

Dollars roll in. For feed mill and silo filler 
machine. © Feb, 14, 1944; KK 24329. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N, Y, 5440-5442 

For hearing aid: 

One glove won't fit all hands, © Mar. 31, 
1944; KK 24084. 

This man's only job in life is to keep people 
hearing! © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24542, 

You get your hearing from a man, © Apr. 
14, 1944; KK 24345, 

Sperti, inc., Cincinnati. 5443, 5444 

For cosmetics: 

Why let a young, fresh, lovable skin slip 
away. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24442. 

Your skin is so young, so fresh, so adorable. 
© Nov. 15, 1943, KK 24622. 



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Staff-Finch distillers corp,, New York. 5445, 5446 
Gift that hits the spot because it's prime ma= 

trued. For whiskey. © Dec. 5, 1942; KK 23939, 
What every woman wants to know about a man. 

For straight bourbon whiskey. © Dec. 12, 1942; 

KK 23940. 

Staley (A. E.) mfg. co., Decatur, HI. 5447, 5448 

For soy flour: 

Enjoy the appetizing goodness of stoy-en- 
riched meals. © Jan. 30, 1944; KK 24437. 

They're de=luscious, they're stoy enriched. 
© Feb. 13,, 1944; KK 24436. 

Stanco, inc., New York. 5449 

Stop crabbing about the discomforts of a stuffed- 
up nose due to a head cold! For nose drops. © 
Nov. 18, 1942; KK 24111. 



Standard blouse, inc.. New York. 

Miss June = a colorful blouse, 
blouse. © Apr, 21, 1944; KK 24435. 



For 



5450 
ladies 



5451-5456 



Standard oil co., Chicago. 
For gasoline & motor oil: 

But George = I meant get a sprii^ change-over 
for the car. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24362. 

But why didn't you say the car radiator? I 
had that drained last week, 5693. © May 2, 1944; 
KK 24604. 

Get our 10 star spring tune-up. © Mar. 13, 
1944; KK 24363. 

Introducing - mom&pop and the car. © Mar, 
18, 1944; KK 24361. 

That reminds me, George, we ought to have 
the car lubricated, 5691. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 24602, 

We're gonna get a new battery! But George, 
the old one's all right, I had it recharged last 
week, 5692. © Apr. 25, 1944; KK 24603. 

Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco, 

5457, 5458 

Calol industrial railroad marine lubricfants. For 
indi!istrial, railroad & marine lubricants, © Mar. 
15, 1944; KK 24225. 

You've still got a wedge but you'll have to move 
fast. For insecticides & germicides. © Mar, 15, 
1944; KK 24224. 

Stephano bros., Philadelphia. 5459-5465 

For cigarettes: 

Aristocrat of cigarettes. © Mar. 30, 1944, 
KK 24367. 

Balance, the new idea in blending, © Apr. 
11, 1944; KK 24523, 

Balanced blending, © Apr, 6, 1944; KK 24368. 

It's new. Don't hesitate. © Mar. 6, 1944; 
KK 23931. 

It's new. Inhale? Sure! © Mar. 9, 1944; 
KK 23930. 

Like to inhale? You'll be at ease with Ram- 
eses. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24522. 

New, new, new. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24172. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 5466-5468 

Allied invasion armies mass in India. For mil- 
itary trucks. © Apr, 7, 1944; KK 24123. 
For airplane ermines & military trucks: 

Farm truckers are doing their part, too! © 
Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24357. 

We all have faith in those engines. © Apr. 
21, 1944; KK 24439. 



Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 



5469, 5470 



For ties: 

Now ranger is nationally advertised. © Jan. 
1, 1944; KK 24338. 

Si^ar and spice $1. Here's a vitamin, © 
Mar. 25, 1944; KK 24208. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 5471, 5472 

Praised to the skies for its delicate natural 

flavor! For oleomargarine. © Mar. 19, 1944; KK 

24151. 

Try this kind with the delicate natural flavor! 

For margarine. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24617. 

Tension envelope corp. of Kansas City, Kansas 

City, Mo. 5473 

Chrome shine. For chromium cleaner. © Apr. 

5, 1944: KK 24613. 

Tobacco by-products & chemcial Corp., inc., Louis- 
ville. 5474 
Hand=directed fumigation for vegetable green- 
houses. For nico=fume powder pressure fumiga- 
tor. ©Dec. 21, 1943, KK 24146, 

Trautman (Ray) Minneapolis. 5475 

Turn of wrist arm, 49, For artificial arm. © 
Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24514. 



5476, 5477 
For roofing products. 



Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 

Even a new roof may leak. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24373. 

Tremco blaclastic. For saturating material for 
roofs. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24440. 

Trent (Harold E.) co., Philadelphia. 5478 

Trent unit electric heaters. Leaflet 30-TH. For 
electric heaters. © Feb. 8, 1944; KK 24142. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 5479-5482 

Creating a sensation. For ready pasted wall- 
paper. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24519. 

New decorating miracle. For applikays. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24517. 

New! Give your closets the look and smell of 
real cedar. For cedar closet paper. © Apr. 18, 
1944; KK 24518. 

New glamor for gloomy halls. For Trimz bor- 
ders. © Apr. 22, 1944, KK 24521. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co., New York. 5483 

Future secretary of America. For typewriters. 
© Mar. 25, 1944; KK 24276. 

United feature syndicate, inc.. New York. 5484 

Li'l Abner. Suicide cliff. For wheat breakfast 
food, © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24116. 

United States tobacco co., New York. 5485 

Why fool around? Here's what you're lookin' 
for! For tobacco. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 24124. 

United wallpaper factories, inc., Chicago. 5486 

Even a bride can be wallpaper-wise. For uni- 
tized wall paper. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24520. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 5487, 5488 

Does reading give a pain in the neck? For eye- 
glasses. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 24143. 

Eyes, for war and for peace. For instrument 
lenses. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 24138. 

Valve pilot corp., New York. 5489-5491 

Valve pilot tape talks, 51-53. For recording 
instruments. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24369-24371 



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,Viavi CO., San Francisco. 5492 

3 out of 4 need more vitamins, say scientists. 
For multi-vitamin food supplement. © Apr. 20, 
1944; KK 24462. 

Victaulic co. of America, New York, 5493 

Victaulic and one of the world's most efficient oil 
terminals! For pipe couplings & fittings. © Mar. 
9, 1944; KK 24493. 

Vinco Corp., Detroit. 5494 

So Wright set Vinco riding herd on 2200 horses! 
For precision instruments. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 
24346. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc., Peoria, 111. 

5495, 5496 
For whiskey; 

Daredevils of the Dodecanese? © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 24611. 

First robin. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23947. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 5497 

Families who look ahead, use the finest tooth- 
brush. For toothbrush. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24149. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 5498, 5499 

For neck ties: 

Insignia blue. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24227. 
Wembley ties are part of my postwar plan- 
ning. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24574. 

Wender & Goldstein, inc.. New York. 5500 

American women in Wender & Goldstein uni- 
forms on home and war fronts. For uniforms for 
women. © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24441. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div.. 
New Haven. 5501, 5502 

For flashlight batteries: 

He remembers but man forgets quickly. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24418. 

When it's mid-day in Mandalay. © Jan. 10, 
1944; KK 24314. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div.. New Haven. 5503-5505 

For ammunition: 

Twins, 75 years apart. © Mar. 8, 1944; KK 
24318. 

Weave your post-war sales plans. © Feb, 10, 
1944; KK 24283, 

Winchester batteries gives you command of bul- 
let-fast light. Iroquois Indian. For flashlight bat- 
teries. © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 24278. 



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Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

5506-5513 
For chocolates & confections: 

Close your eyes, open your mouth. © Mar. 
8, 1944; KK 24414. 

Entertaining thoughts. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 
24413. 

First in their hearts. © Feb. 9, 1944; KK 
24412, 

Remember the day. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24416. 

Smart situation. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 24409. 

Touches that tell. © Jan. 28, 1944; KK 24411. 

We've got a post-war plan! © Jan. 12, 1944; 
KK 24410. 

You're invited to lunch. © Mar. 29, 1944; 
KK 24415. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co., New York. 5514-5516 
Altruistic? For steel springs, © Mar. 23, 

1944; KK 23938. 

Example of total war. For steel card clothing. 

© Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24510, 

Friendly gremlins. For wire spring. © Mar. 

1, 1943; KK 24544. 

Wilbur & Williams co., Boston. 5517 

Rust is a volcano! ■ For paints. © Apr. 4, 1944; 
KK 24606. 

Wilson supply co., Houston. 5518, 5519 

Gas rotation broadens the adaptability of Nixon 
gas-lift. For Nixon gas-lift. © Mar. 27, 1944; KK 
24204. 

Rotate low gas pressure. For gas-lift & com- 
pressor. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24358. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tri(^e CO. See Western cartridge co. Winches- 
ter repeating arms co. div. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc., New York. 5520 

Ice cream plant bacterlins. For germicide & 
sanitizing agent for ice cream plants. © Mar. 1, 
1944; KK 24495. 

Wit (Jo) laboratories, Hollywood, Calif. 5521 

Sterling gift of lifelong service. For mixer, 
© Nov. 1, 1940; KK 22982, 

Zenith radio corp,, Chicago, 5522, 5523 

For radionic hearii^ aid: 

At last! A quality hearing aid, © Apr. 21, 
1944; KK 24516, 

Zenith's crusade to lower the cost of hearing. 
© Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24515. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 —- 1,776 



98 



LABELS 



Anderson (Thomas Stephens) Knoxville, Tenn. 

5524 
T. S. Anderson's pile liquid. For ointment for 
treatment of piles. © Apr. 26, 1944; KK 24556. 

Blue Ridge paint works, Henry, Va. 5525 

Cartridge caulk-n-seal. For caulking compounds. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24349. 

Blue Ridge talc co., inc., Henry, Va. 5526 

Blue Ridge products = caulk-n-seal. For caulk- 
ing compounds. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24226, 

Booth Corp., Chicago. 5527, 5528 

Booth famous foods. Fruit and vegetable design. 

For quick frozen spinach. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 24269. 
Booth famous foods. Poultry design. For quick 

frozen frying chicken. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 24609. 

Booth fisheries Corp., Chicago. 5529, 5530 

Booth famous foods. Diamond border design. 

For sliced mild cured smoked salmon. © Jan. 3, 

1944; KK 24607. 

Booth famous foods. Sea food design. For quick 

frozen green shrimp. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 24608. 

Bracker (Joe), d. b. a. Bracker vegetable sales co., 
Nogales, Ariz. 5531 

Shipmate. For peas. ©Feb. 21, 1944; KK 24075. 

Bracker vegetable sales co. See Bracker (Joe), 
d. b. a. Bracker vegetable sales co. 

Breck (John H.) inc., Springfield, Mass. 5532 

Breck water resistant cream. For cream for 
use on hands, arms & face. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 
24471. 

Browdy (Benjamin G.) New York. 5533-5536 

For gabardine piece goods; 

Browdy gabardine, 9560. Autumn weight. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24107. 

Browdy gabardine, 9560. Spring weight. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24108. 

Browdy gabardine, 9560. Summer weight. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24109. 

Browdy gabardine, 9560. Winter weight. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24110. 

Bryan (James E.) Cleveland. 5537, 5538 

For patterns for making stuffed dolls: 

Master Button Nose. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 
24444. 

Miss Button Nose. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24445. 

Cavacraft. See Cavanaugh (Edward B.), d. b. a. 
Cavacraft. 

Cavanaugh (Edward B.),d. b. a. Cavacraft, Philadel- 
phia. 5539 
Cavacraft. For toy airplanes. © Mar. 6, 1944; 

KK 24527. 

Chapman & Smith co., Chicago. 5540 

Protein-rich. For bread. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 
23932. 



Chase (Lloyd A.),d. b. a. Chase products co,, Man- 
hattan Beach, Calif. 5541, 5542 
Chase lixrust. For chemical compound. © Apr. 
8, 1944; KK 24557. 

Chase matrix lubricant and cleaner. For lubri- 
cant & cleaning fluid. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 24158. 

Chase products co. See Chase (Lloyd A.), d. b. a. 
Chase products co. 

Chetek (Claude D.) Chetek, Wis. 5543 

Tender age garden run sweet peas. For canned 
peas. © Jan. 10, 1944; KK 24343. 

Claff.(M. B.) & sons, inc., Randolph, Mass. 5544 
Starlets. G 29. For footwear. © Dec, 24, 
1943; KK 24115, 

Dandy dainties corp,. New York, 5545 

Blossom lane sweets. For candy, © Apr. 10, 
1944; KK 24618. 

Dawnwood farm, Amenia, N. Y.. 5546 

Makes them udderly happy. For substance for 
treating udders. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 23934, 

Direct sales, Statesville, N. C. 5547 

1 to 7 concentrated cleaner. For liquid con- 
centrated cleaner, © Apr, 4, 1944; KK 24157. 

Easi=bild pattern co., Pleasantville, N. Y. 5548 

Weldwood full size pattern. For patterns. © 
Mar. 21, 1944; KK 24270. 

Fear (Fred) & co., Brooklyn. 5549 

Happee-merree Christmas. For Christmas 
seals. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24394. 

Fenwick & Sailors, Hollywood, Calif. 5550 

Ovid's cologne. For colognes & perfume. © 
Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24501. 

General distilleries corp., Hartford. 5551 

Pirate and parrot. For rum. © Apr. 3, 1944; 
KK 24252. 

Glenaby (Harry) inc.. New York. 5552 

Lorraine hair roll. For hair goods. © Apr. 
8, 1944; KK 24404. 

Haennig (Joseph F.) Independence, la. 5553 

F & F germ-i-co. For poultry remedy. © Feb. 
17, 1944; KK 24201. 

Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 5554-5557 

For shoe boxes: 

Gay-steps by Arnall, G 56 AB, G 56 B. © 
Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24492. 

Heywood shoe, H 94 AB, H 94 B. © Mar. 3, 
1944; KK 24489. 

Miss Elain, M240 AB, M240 B, © Mar, 16, 
1944; KK 24490, 

Victory casuals, V 42 AB, V 42 B. © Mar. 
21. 1944: KK 24491. 



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5558 



International business machines corp., New York. 

5558 
Electromatic carbon paper. For carbon paper. 
© Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24396. 

Ju-c-orange of America, Lebanon, Pa. 5559-5561 
For syrup for making soft drinks: 

Ju'cy carbonated orange drink. © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 24573. 

Pennsylvania Dutch. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 
24571, 

Ju'cy orange mix. For soft drink. © Mar. 17, 
1944; KK 24572. 

Kasser distillers products corp,, Philadelphia. 5562 
Kings white label. For imported rum. © Mar. 
19, 1944; KK 23950. 

Loeb (Abraham C.) Dayton, O. 5563 

Ber-r-oaker medical remedy.. For a medical 
remedy. © Mar. 27, 1944; KK 24300. 

Minahan (Cornelius Ignatius) & son, Syracuse. 5564 
Bankers proof ink. For writing ink. © Apr. 11, 
1944; KK 24305. 

MinnesotaValleycannii^co., Le Sueur, Minri. 5565 
Minnesota Valley cream style golden corn. For 
canned food. © Sept. 13, 1937; KK 24403. 

Modern central silk dyeing & finishing co., inc. 
Paterson. 5566 

Modura. For processed textiles. © Jan. 21, 

1944; KK 24248. 

Myer 1890 bottling co., inc., New York. 5567 

Myer 1890 dated cream soda. For soft drinks. 
© Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24598. 

Penick & Ford, ltd., inc.. New York. 5568 . 

Brer Rabbit syrup. For syrup. © Apr. 10, 1944; 
KK 24327. 

Permanente cement co., Oakland, Calif. 5569 

For your convenience. For cement, © July 22, 
1944; KK 24470. 

Poos (Robert Sanders) Bremerton, Wash. 5570 

Washav with kerasol. For soap. © Apr. 15, 
1944; KK 24533. 

Premo pharmaceutical laboratories, inc., New 
York. 5571 

Panogon. For pharmaceutical products. © Apr. 

1, 1944; KK 24250. 

Rotation game co., Bloomfield, N. J. 5572 

Rotation rummy game. For game. © Mar. 15, 
1944; KK 24106. 

Silberman (L.) & sons, Philadelphia. 5573 

Good old Alexandria oak. For leather. © Jan, 
7, 1944; KK 24210. 



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Smith (Robert) mfg. co,, Los Angeles, 5574 

Magical dice. For worded dice. © Apr. 20, 
1944; KK 24497. 

Sparks (Walter) New York. 5575 

Sparks durable fibre wavers. For hair wavers. 
© Jan. 30, 1944; KK 24076. 

Standard vitamin co., New York. 5576 

Cent=a-day B-complex vitamin tablets. For 

pharmaceutical preparations. © Mar. 15, 1944; 
KK 24122. 

Stewart (F. W.) mfg. corp., Chicago. 5577, 5578 
For speedometer cable greaser: 

Flex-o-lub. © Feb. 18, 1944; KK 23948. 
Speed-o-lube. © Feb. 18, 1944; KK 23949. 

Street (R. R,) & co.; inc., Chicago. 5579 

J. P. S, formula, type no. 194, For dry cleaning 
detergent. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24599, 

Subtropical sales co,, Oakland, Calif. 5580 

Felixo. For avocados. © Jan. 7, 1944; KK 
24220. 

Trent (Harold E.) co., Philadelphia, 5581 

Information on MLR furnaces. For furnaces. 
© Dec. 24, 1943; KK 24141. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago, 5582 

Applikays. For ready=pasted applikays. © Mar. 
18, 1944; KK 24552. 

Walker's austex chili co., Austin, Tex'. 

5583-5587 

Walker's austex beef stew with vegetables. For 
canned beef stew with vegetables. © Jan. 6, 1941; 
KK 24528. 

Walker's austex chili con came, plain without 
beans. For canned chili con carne, plain without 
beans, © Oct, 2, 1941; KK 24531. 

Walker's austex chili con carne with beans. For 
canned chili con carne with beans. © Oct. 2, 1941; 
KK 24532. 

Walker's austex spaghetti and meat balls. For 
canned spaghetti & meat balls with tomato sauce. 
© Sept. 29, 1941; KK 24529. 

Walker's austex tamales with chili gravy. For 
canned tamales with chili gravy. © Oct. 2, 1941; 
KK 24530. 

Ward baking co., New York, 5588, 5589 

For bread: 

Tip-top Romany rye bread, © Mar. 20, 1944; 
KK 24395. 

Tip-top spice fruit loaf. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 
24545. 

Wheatality bakery, inc., New York. 5590 

Wheatality cheese cake. For bakery products. 
© Mar. 24, 1944; KK 23933. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944-=-= 



252 



100 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[5590 



Anaheim citrus fruit assn. 1 

Anaheim supreme. For oranges. © Anaheim 
citrus fruit assn., Anaheim, Calif. RR 105, Apr. 
21, 1944. 



Johnston fruit co. 2 

Pacific. For lemons. © Johnston fruit co., 
Santa Barbara, Calif. RR 106, Apr. 21, 1944. 



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TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; PRINTS AND 
PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS, INCLUDING PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 
LET OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 5 



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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 copyright pro- 
prietor 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. 

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

Part 4 also contains in two separate alphabets of proprietors, the titles of commerical prints and labels. 
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art; "l," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
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"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
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This notice Includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
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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. 



Albert (R. L.) & son, inc. 5591, 5592 

Albert (Sidney J.): 

Design for a confectionery package, 441, 442. 
© 1 c. each May 30, 1944; G 43548, 43549. 

Atkinson (James Frederick)* 5593, 5594 

Christus offering a chalice. - Madonna and 
Child. © May 1, 1944; G 43510, 43511. 

Bersch Oohn)* 5595 

English. © 1 c. May 22, 1944; G 43564. 

Bohland (Gustav)* 5596 

Radamandus. © 1 c. May 15, 1944; G 43420. 

Britzman (H. E.) 5597-5601 

Russell (Charles M.) 

Cowboy sport, roping a wolf. - Rider of the 
rough string. - Trail's end. - When mules wear 
diamonds. - When wagon trails were dim. © 1 c. 
each May 17, 1944; G 43500-43504. 

Buchanan (Ella)* 5602 

1 Corinthians XIII: 13. © 1 c. May 26, 1944; G 
43539. 

Buttura & sons. ♦ 5603-5608 

Richardson (Earl): 

Monument, 688-690. © Mar. 15, 1944; G 
43573-43575. 

Yeager (Alfred): 

Monument, 691-693. © Mar. 15, 1944; G 
43576-43578. 

Cajruga pottery co. 5609 

Garee (Max): 

Waving monkey. © May 13, 1944; G 43490. 

Chase'(Edward Leigh)* 5610 

Middleburg, Va., hunt masters - Daniel Sands, 
Miss Charlott Noland, on their horses Pothouse, 
Rokeby, with huntsman and whip -hounds. © 1 c. 
May 27, 1944; G 43542. 

Conklin (Rush W.) 5611 

Strine (Paul R.): 

Conklin cemetery memorial. © 1 c. May 13, 
1944; G 43418. 

Cook (George W.)* 5612 

Hellydid, 24744. © 1 c. May 17, 1944; G 43505. 

DaPrato (A.) co. 5613, 5614 

Woollett (Sidney D.): 

Station of the cross, 2 figures, no. 1499, panel 
1. © Mar. 13, 1943; G 43558. 

Station of the cross, 2 figures, no. 1499, panel 
6. © Jan. 13, 1944; G 43559. 



Darby (Harry) 
Miller (Frank): 



5615 



Turtle. © 1 c. Mar. 15, 1944; G 43538. 

Dell (Berenice V.) - 5616-5625 

Kolozi (Joseph) White Eagle, terror of the air, 
1994 A. D.: 

Blinding the air guards with milky spray, 14. 

- Condensing the space, 7. - Conditions in America 
in 1994 A. D., 2. - Pranks in mid-air, 5. - Radio 
active ring rules his mind, 12. - Secret air wave 
attuned to a bracelet, 9. - Stepping over sill into 
her plane, 11. - Talking with chums flashed on his 
wall, 8. - White Eagle's electric bombs in action, 4. 

- Wonders of the Black Crystal castle, 1. © 1 c. 
each Apr. 29, 1944; G 43408-43417. 

Edwardy (Frederick Waldo)* 5626 

Invested capital, management, production associ- 
ate, one and inseparable. © 1 c. May 17, 1944; G 
43566. 

Gerardi (Frances) 5627 

Ottavino (John): 

Gerardi cemetery memorial. © 1 c. June 1, 
1944; G 43556. 

Oilman (J. P.) granite CO. 5628-5643 

Bliss design co. Memorial: 

Marling (Charles W., Wanda H. & Vivian M.) 
795. - Sanders, 798. - Williams, 799. © Dec. 1, 
1943; G 43512, 43514, 43515. 
Peterson (E. R.) Memorial: 

Arlington (Mary Anne) 1507. - Canq)bell 
(James F. & Marian A.) 1511. - Cranson (Martin F. 
& Helen J.) 1500. - Foley (Alma & Roger) 1501. - 
Herrington (Ernest R. & Martha W.) 1505. - Jones 
(Garry A. & Louise N.) 1504. - Lawson (John W. & 
Marine M.) 1508. - Manners (Robert P. & Harriet 
L.) 1506. - Nesbitt, 1503. - Pearson (August L. & 
Mildred S.) 1509. - Roberts (Gilbert R. & Ruth Ann) 
1510. - Zollman (Martha L. & Joseph N.).1502. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; G 43516-43527. 

Johnson (Katherine & William) 797. © Dec. 
1, 1943; G 43513. 

Hammaker bros. 5644 

Strine (Paul R.): 

Hedges family memorial. © 1 c. May 13, 
1944; G 43419. 

Harmon (Edith Boynton)* 5645 

White chickens. © 1 c. May 22, 1944; G 43530. 



Holy Ghost fathers. 
Heim (Robert): 

Our Lady of Wisdom. 
43529. 



5646 
© May 19, 1944; G 



Jennewein (C. Paul)* 5647 

Bless us all as Thou didst bless the Holy Family 
of Nazareth, triptych 180. © Oct. 29, 1943; G 
43568. 



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pt. IV. n. s., V. 39 



Johanson (M. G.) service. 5648 

Whitfield (Fred A.): 

What shall I do with him? © 1 c. May 11, 
1944; G 43540. 

Kuehner (Herman R.)* 5649 

Happy landing. © 1 c. Apr. 22, 1944; G 43638. 

Lush (Vivian)* 5650 

Polynesian mother nursing her child. © 1 c. 
June 8, 1944; G 43641. 

McCullo\;«h (Catherine Miller)* 5651-5654 

Chubby. - Teeny. - Tiny. © May 19, 1944; G 

43569-43571. 

Sammie. © Jan. 1, 1944; G 43572. 

Mlchels (William F.) 5655 

Landis (George): 

Forest scene integral with frame. .© 1 c. 
Apr. 28, 1944; G 43406. 

Mount (Pauline Ward)* 5656-5658 

Beethoven's ninth symphony. - FeathCTed fan- 
tasy. - Play-time. © 1 c. each May 22, 1944; G 
43531-43533. 

Mueller (William H.)* 5659 

Productldn, distribution, liquidation. © 1 c. 
Apr. 5, 1944; G 43543. 

Muller (Amelia Annie)* 5660-5663 

At the rising of the sim. - Child of hope. - 
Modern Saint Christopher. - Morning withoutclouds. 
© 1 c. each May 20, 1944; G 43506-43509. 

Murphy (Thos. D.) co. 5664-5667 

Russell (Charles M.): 

Early American. © Ic. May 17, 1944; G 43497. 
Strachan (Claude): 

Going to the well. - Off to the field. - Truro 
cathedral. © 1 c. each May 17, 1944; G 43496, 
43498, 43499. 

Nash (Mary Arnold)* 5668 

Clark (Lt. Gen. Mark Wayjie) © June 7, 1944; 
G 43640. 

Newman decor, inc. 5669-5677 

Guild (Susan) Still life with: 

Flowers and ruby dish, 1552. - Pewter plate 
and red dogwood, 1550. © Apr, 1, 1944; G 43423, 
43424. 

Harris (Susan): 

Grey leopard, 1554. - Large t^er, 1542. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; G 43428, 43429. 

Portrait of girl with large hat, 1558. © Apr. 
1, 1944; G 43427. 

Harris (Susan) Head of faun with foliage facing: 
Left, 1561. - Right, 1560. © Apr. 1, 1944; 
G 43425, 43426. 

Peters (John) Scene with f^res: 

In surrey, 1563. - On horseback, 1562. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; G 43421, 43422. 

Orr (Louis)* 5678-5682 

Davidson, N. C, Emenean society hall, David- 
son college. - Edenton, N. C, the Cupola house. - 
New Bern, N. C, the Louisiana house, A. D. 1776. 
- Ralegh, N. C, Parish house and the chapel of the 
Annunciation, Christ Episcopal church. - Wake 
Forest, N. C, Wait hall. Wake Forest college. © 
May 11, 1944; G 43491-43495. 



O'Shea monument works. 5683 

Simpson (Don): 

Memorial S. K. no. 2. © Mar. 15, 1944; G 
43557. 

Peel (Noel Harold)* 5684 

Woolie Winkle. © 1 c. June 8, 1944; G 43642. 



Planck (Harry Bates) 

Russell (Charles Marion): 

Indian life. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; G 43565 



5685 



Plastic cartoons, inc. 5686, 5687 

Sutherland (John E.): 

Little Tin Tom, the flying jeep. - Private 
Pinky. © 1 c. each May 15, 1944; G 43536, 43537. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 5688 

Immortality. © 1 c. May 29, 1944; G 43547. 

Randolph (Raphael)* 5689, 5690 

Heart-photo-compact. - Victory corsage. © 1 
c. each May 16, 1944; G 43551, 43552. 

Religious house. 5691 

Rebbichini (Guido): 

St. Christofer home shrine. © May 1, 1944; 
G 43528. 

Revlon products corp. 5692-5694 

Thirkield (Hulda C): 

Girl in green dress. - Meditation. - Pink re- 
flections. © 1 c. each June 1, 1944; G 43553-43555. 

Rich (Julia)* 5695 

Please, victory worker sleeping. © 1 c. May 25, 
1944; G 43637. 

Richardson* (Bert), Parker (Groover A.), Perego 
C. W.), Pennell (Andrew C.) & Price (A. B.) 

5696 
Grimes (Harold): 

Crossed goldbricks of America. © 1 c. May 
31, 1944; G 43560. 

Ringling bros. & Barnum & Bailey combined shows, 
inc.*" 5697 

Tent. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 1944; G 43407. 

Rock of ages corp. 5698-5757 

Haslam (Daniel Booth) Memorial: 

Brent (Leo J.) 229-323-327-349. - Christian, 
2222. - Dahl (Henry L.) 281-328. - Easton (Russel 
A.) 270. - Foxx (James D.) 266-332. - Hattnem 
(Louis M.) 269. - Hilden, 2250. - Linndail (Ellen 
Jay) 272. - Lucas, 2332. - P. F. 186. - Pridlee 
(Rose Ann) 282-321-334-345. - Ringlen (Helene P.) 
271. - Sewell (Marcell E.) 280. © Jan. 1, 1943; G 
43439, 43442-43445, 43451-43453, 43470, 43475, 
43481, 43486, 43488. 

Richardson (Earl Carlyle) Memorial: 

Alldine (Harris J.) 265-337. - Bidwell, 2294. 

- Breck (Joseph A.) 287-308. - Brenard, 2243. - 
Br inlaw (Lewis Dean) 301-313-329. - Burdick (John 
L.) 303-322-335-351. - Carlyle, 2238. - Dubie (Jay 
S.) 273-333. - Grindell (Donald A. & Harriet E.) 
2316. - Harvesen (Allen Roy) 278-331. - Lenger, 
2254. - Lester (Freda N.) 264. - Malfeer (Alice L.) 
288-306. - Mercer, 2312. - Prlchard (Rosalie) 277. 

- Romars (Paul D.) 293-317-353. - Trent (Larry E.) 
295-324-346. - Wadloe (Evalyn) 285-316.342. - 
Whitlen (Harvey J.) 290-314-348. - 2323. © Jan. 1, 
1943; G 43430, 43433-43435, 43438, 43446, 43448 , 



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5830 



43449, 43456, 43458, 43459, 43461, 43464, 43466, 

43472, 43474, 43477, 43479, 43482, 43485. 
Yeager (Alfred Bernard) Memorial: 

Alberty (Fred L.) 275-338. - Arbor, 2241. - 
Benderell (Lois Jean) 296-310. - Blennon (Laura M.) 
289-307. - Corbin (Ella Jane) 302-311-336. - Free- 
bel (Leola J.) 291-319-352-2299. - Frohne, 2295. - 
Hartley (Marian A.) 274. - Herkely (Harvey L.) 
294-318-343. - Hurrell (Leah Nan) 292-305-2297. - 
Laverette (Sisse Ann) 267. - Ledlee (Janet Mae) 
300-312-330. - Lindhall (James N.) 297-304-2296. 

- Linnars, 2249. - Lonigan (Eugene P.) 276-2298. 

- Viarell (Vivian E.) 268-341. - Marian, 2305. - 
Mikaelsen (Mother Janet D.) 279. - Napling (Lucian 
G.) 286-320-354-2301. - P.F. 197. - Radwick (Har- 
vey L.) 284-315-340-347. - Rebling (Martha L.) 
298-309-325-339-344. - Rierdan, 2237. - Schaile, 
2258. - Trasker (Michael) 283-326-350. - 2302. - 
2335. © Jan. 1, 1943; G 43431, 43432, 43436, 43437, 
43440, 43441, 43447, 43450, 43454, 43455, 43457, 
43460, 43462, 43463, 43465, 43467-43469, 43471, 

43473, 43476, 43478, 43480, 43483, 43484, 43487, 
43489. 

Romanovsky (Dimitrl)* 5758-5760 

Gardenia. - Thistles. - Wings of the morning. 
© 1 c. each May 6, 1944; G 43561-43563. 

Russian war relief, inc. 5761 

Szanton (Maxine): 

Balalaika emblem. © 1 c. May 3, 1944; G 
43541. 

Schlesinger (Leon) productions. 5762, 5763 

McKimson (Thomas): 

Bugs Bimny. - Tweety. © 1 c. each Apr. 10, 
1944; G 43404, 43405. 

Sears, Roebuck & co, 5764-5821 

Peterson (Edward R.) Memorial: 

Argona, 63-5001. - Benson, 63-3721. - Bowen 
(Ralph R.) 63-1091. - Cummings (Arthur M. & 
MarthaD.) 63-1251..- Day (Edwin) 63-6051. - Farm- 
er (Jackie LeRoy) 63-2351. - Handel, 63-4041. - 
Heminway (Helen Jane) 63-1121. - Billiard, 63-3781. 
-Houston (Mary) 63-1001. - Hudson, 63-4021. - 
Jensen, 63-3681. - Kennedy (John) 63-6001. - Know- 
les (Gerald Edward) 63-4061. - Kohl (John & Ann 
Belden) 63-4001. - Lee (Mary Jane) 6^-2341. - 
Mitchell (Charles J. & RachaelR.) 63-1271. - Moore 
(Richard L.) 63-1031. - O'Malley (Dennis R. & Mary 
M.) 63. - Redenbaugh, 63-3771. - Sterling, 63-3741. 
- Thayer, 63-3761. - Trainor, 63-3661. - Walsh, 
63-6011. - Williams (Ralph A.) 63-6021. - Winters 
(Rachael) 63-1061. © Sept. 1, 1943; G 43579, 43583- 



43587, 43594, 43595, 43599, 43600, 43613, 43614, 
43616-43624, 43627, 43631-43634. 
Roark (Harry F.) Memorial: 

Accardo, 63-5021. - Antram (Alice H.) 63- 
7001. - Bronson (Floyd C. & Helen R.) 63-3411. - 
Brooker, 63-3561. - Carlson (Hilbert & Lydia D.) 
63-3501. - Carstairs (George T. & Mildred R.) 63- 
1157. - Chapell (Charles N. & Laura Lee) 63-1291. 

- Crawford, 63-3621. - Custer (Arnold T. & Bertha 
S.) 63-3471. - Danvers, 63-3651. - Doerr (Jerome 
A.) 63-2371. - Ferenzio (Alice) 63-5061. - Foster 
(Janet A.) 63-1151. - Gallaher (John A.) 63-1171. - 
Hampton (Roger S. & Nellie J.) 63-1311. - Hanson, 
63-3951. - Hope (Merrill D.) 63-1211. - Hurley 
(Harley D., Ralph S., Calvin I. & GloriaT.) 63-0102. 

- Jameson (Danny) 63-2361. - Jeffers, 63-4101, - 
Jenkins (Harry D. & Clara O.) 63-3441. - Jerome 
(Frederick) 63-7021. - Johanson (Roscoe J. & 
Shirley D.) 63-1331. - Johnson (Henry A. & Sarah 
M.) 63-3531. - Loftus (Helen D.) 63-1231. - Man- 
ners (Harold J. & Mildred I.) 63-0101. - Merlin 
(Edward J., Nellie A. & Ralph M.) 63-0100. - Rob- 
ertis (Ruth L.) 63-5041. - Sanders (Erich & Nelia) 
63-3381. - Wagner, 63-3701. - Walford (James) 63- 
1191. - Warner (Helen Ann) 63-4081. © Sept. 1, 
1943; G 43580-43582, 43588-43593, 43596-43598, 
43601-43612, 43615, 43625, 43626, 43628-43630, 
43635, 43636. 

Stolz (Lorenz W.)* ' 5822-5825 

Guenther memorial, 1488. © 1 c. June 8, 1944; 

G 43639. 

Savoy (Andrew & Martha) memorial, 1041-B, 

1042-BV. - Williams (Walter) memorial, 1060-B. 

© 1 c. each May 29, 1944; G 43544-43546. 



Tray lor (Forest)* 

Pike county V honor roll. 
G 43534. 



© 1 c. Apr. 17, 



5826 
1944; 



Weiss (Rose S.)* 5827 

Demonstration of Red cross first aid. © 1 c. 
May 10, 1944; G 43402. 

Williams (Alenia Taylor)* 5828 

Thank God united nations. © 1 c. May 23, 1944; 
G 43535. 



Wolfe & Mann device co. 
Weiser (Madeleine Wells): 

Zebras. © Jan. 22, 1944; G 43567, 



5829 



Wright (James R.)* 5830 

Powers of freedom. © 1 c. May 11, 1944; G 
43403. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



1,063 



105 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Acme ptg. & stationery co., inc. 5831 

Featherweight. © Apr. 15, 1944; K 55735. 

Ashley (David) inc. 5832, 5833 

Artist's window; by Carle J. Blenner. © May 

23, 1944; H 2738. 

Coast of Maine; by Josef M. Arentz. © May 25, 

1944; H 2739. 

Atlas educational film co. 5834-5836 

Machine shop work. Fundamentals of blueprint 
reading: 

Principal dimensions, reference suraces and 
tolerances, 3. - Reading a drawing of a valve bon- 
net, 5. © May 31, 1944; J 36691, 36692. 

Machine shop work. Operations on the engine 
lathe. Using a steady rest when boring, 17. © May 
31, 1944; J 36690. ^ 

Badian (Albert A.) 5837 

New and novel liquid vapor diffuser. © 1 c. 
Mar. 13, 1944; I 34543. 



Barron (William A.) 



, , 5838 

Tire pressure indicator. © 1 c. May 12, 1944; 
I 34538. 

Bauer (John) 5839 

Augmented adjustable penial sleeve. © 1 c. Apr. 
12, 1944; I 34544. 

Seals lithograph & ptg. co., inc. 5840, 5841 

Army laffs! - Greetings from Atlanta, Georgia. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; K 55731, 55732. 

Belmore (Horace C.) 5842 

Self-cleaning rabbit hutch. © May 1, 1944; I 
34641. 

Benoit (Esther Lydia) 5843 

Detachable paper container for the ozalid blue 
print machine. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; I 34534. 

Berkebile (Adam G.) 5844 

Bug gadget - to stop window sash rattling. © 1 
c. May 10, 1944; I 34557, 

Bethlehem steel co. 5845 

Millions of American fighters are now overseas. 
Stay on the job. © Mar. 21, 1944; K 55661. 

Blouin (Robert) 5846 

Electric lamp replacing tool. © 1 c. May 12, 
1944; I 34536. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 5847-5849 

Isometric stencil and triangle, 440521. © 1 c. 
May 23, 1944; I 34598. 

Screw stencil. - Three dimensional jigsaw puz- 
zle with main cutting lines determining part of out- 
line of a human form hidden inside and obtained 
by an additional cut of a central piece. © 1 c. 
each May 13, 1944; I 34541, 34542. 



Boodahian (Barkere) 5850 

Lead saver. © 1 c. May 22, 1944; I 34591. 

Borden co. 5851 

Shoppii^ blues, how to cure. © 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1944; K 55689. 

Borg (Alfred L.) 5852 

Round up game. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34586. 

Boynton (Sherrill E.) 5853 

Fruit core remover. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 
34583. 

Bradley (Charles S.) 5854 

Cartoon puzzle blocks. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; I 
34610. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory -builders 
div. 5855-5856 

Good work, sister, we never figured you could 

do a man-size job. - Thanks, Mr. Foreman. *© 

Apr. 27, 1944; K 55659, 55660. 

Brewer (Noble E.) 5857 

Basic structure of electricity. © 1 c. May 31, 
1944; I 34631. 

Bridges (Mary Ethel) 5858 

Radar rocket. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34559. 

Broadman press. 5859 

At the last it biteth like a serpent. © Apr. 22, 
1944; K 55721. 

Brochsteins, inc., Houston. 5860 

Brochsteins all-in-one store service. © Apr. 
1, 1944; K 55697. 

Brown & Bigelow. 5861-5873 

Ah don't like the way them buzzards is hangin' 
around paw, we better poke him with a stick, 34227. 
- Ah'm votin' different this time, Andrew Jackson 
don't ever seem to git nowhere, 34231. - Cousin 
Ella Mae is shore puttin' on airs since thet army 
can^ moved in onthe ridge, 34230. - Gov'ment man 
wants to look at our social condishuns, is gran'pappy 
still out there, 34232. - He jest loads it with maw's 
biscuits, fills t'other endwith paw's corn squeezin's 
an' then jiggles it, 34225. - How come you don't 
raise hawgs fer a change. Cousin Bazz, they're 
bringin' fancy prices now, 34229. - It wouldn't take 
Onlce Baldo an' his hounds long to smell out the 
enemy, 34226. - Paw's corn squeezin's sure turns 
maw's doughnut receipt into a mighty purty tirCj 
34224. - There goes paw's still up again, he musta 
dropped another bucket of squeezin's, 34221. - 
What kind of a f ightin' outfit is them latrines that 
Cousin Piute is in charge of, 34222. - Winder paw 
put in worked real purty 'til the dang thing got 
dirty, 34223. - Wunder what happened to Oncle 



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.3S2^ 



Shep, he was layln' right here when we planted last 
spring, 34228. © Apr. 17, 1944; K 55662-55673. 
Night flight. © Jan. 10, 1944; K 55688. 

Bullls (Zaidee C.) 5874, 5875 

Tommy Tucker model: 

Daughters of the Nile, Samla Ten4>le no. 51. 
- Wedding gown. © 1 c. each Jime 1, 1944; J 36685, 
36686. 

Carpenter (Herbert W.) 5876 

Saw jointer. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34585. 

Caswell (Harry Philander) 5877 

Eye muscle exercise. © Apr. 6, 1944; I 34623. 

Chaney (David Leslie) 5878 

Digram of target for dart-baseball game. © 
1 c. Mar. 15, 1944; I 34605. 

Clark (Henry) 5879, 5880 

Columbia J2F-6 utility aiiq)hibian. - Douglas 
SBD-4 dauntless at Truk. © May 16, 1944; K 55733, 
55734. 

Cohenour Qohn A.) 5881 

J. A. C. degree level. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; I 
34652. 

Cole.(Russell B.) 5882-5884 

Jeweled arch with eternal fires. - United States 
Capitol with fanlights of freedom. - Washington 
monument, freedom's lights shining to the four 
corners of the world. © 1 c. each June 6, 1944; J 
36693-36695. 

Colson (Usher Rae) 5885-5897 

Blue vista, 31-54. - Chin up, 37-57. - Excite- 
ment on the range, 33-86. - Just between us, 40-45. 

- Let's stick together, 46-57. - Liberty and union, 
now and forever, 32-86. - Loyalty, 42-57. - Oh- 
daddy, 34-75. - Parting day, 45-75. - Puppy love, 
41-45. - What so proudly we hail. - Winner, 45-57. 

- Worthwhile suggestion, 44-57. © Apr. 21, 1944; 
K 55674-55686. 

Comlns (Eben F.) 5898-5902 

Campos (Francisco J.) - Maya Indian. - Morales 
(Camilo) - Sanchez (Paulina) with her granddaugh- 
ter. - Yalalag Indians. © 1 c. each Jan. 7, 1941; 
K 55724-55728. 

Connor (Robert) 5903 

Connor combat cuffs. © 1 c. Apr. 5, 1944; I 
34535. 

Corrubls (Paul Emil) 5904 

Tulsa Lions club. © Apr. 19, 1944; K 55687. 

Curran (Bernard Edwin) 5905 

Pumping equipment assembly for pumping oil 
wells. © May 8, 1944; I 34613. 

Dabney (James Finney) 5906 

Dabney's genealogical chart. © Mar. 10, 1944; 
I 34625. 

Dudley (Roger) 5907, 5908 

Destroyer, 52413, 52414. © Mar. 27, 1944; J 
36678, 36679. 



Elliott (D. Howard) 5909 

Thro-tell. © 1 c. May 19, 1944; I 34577. 

Eugster (Alfred J.) 5910 

Field goal value finder. © Apr. 3, 1944; I 34627. 

Evai^elical church. Oregon -Washington confer- 
ence. 5911 
United witness for Christ. © 1 c. Oct. 15, 1943; 

K 55711. 

Fellows gear shaper co. 5912 

Limiting cross axis angle chart, Z 200 A. © 
Apr. 25, 1944; I 24546. 

Ferraris (Clpriano) 5913 

Concentrata. © 1 c. June 1, 1944; I 34633. 

Frick collection. 5914-5917 

Snyders (Frans) head and collar; by Anthony 

Van Dyck. © May 26, 1944; H 2734. 

Vivarini (Bartolonmieo) Adoration of the Magi: 

Background landscape. - Holy Family and 

Magi. - Standing Magi, half length. © May 26, 

1944; H 2735-2737. 

Gardner (Harry A.) jr. 5918 

Okay boys, now watch the old man work. © May 
15, 1944; K 55737. 

Garrett (Max A.) 5919 

Battery terminal lifter. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; I 
34606. 

Gasvoda (Mlchale) 5920 

No-twist dog stop. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 
34584. 

General foods corp. 5921 

How to make a job breakdown. © 1 c. May 10, 
1944; J 36669. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 5922 

Don't be the man who wasn't there. © May 26, 
1944; K 55646. 

Center (Edward J.) 5923 

Hand-e-tray. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; I 34609. 

Gluckman (Maxfield) 5924 

Self-hold desk tray. © 1 c. June 7, 1944; I 
34654. 

Griffith (Porter Murdock) 5925 

Domain of Neptunus Rex - royal ruler of the 
raging main. © Apr. 4, 1944; K 55710. 

Guyton Qohn P.) 5926 

Her first rain. © 1 c. May 15, 1944; J 36665. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) 5927 

Transparent plastic chair, 58. © 1 c. May 23, 
1944; I 34597. 

Harnsberger (Harry H.) 5928 

Floor washing and finishing machine. © 1 c. 
June 2, 1944; I 34648. 

Hier (Elvet Thomas) 5929 

Hier's caution strip. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 
34560. 



607027 O - 44 - 2 



107 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 5930-5933 

Don't forget the eagle. - U. S. fighting men get 
Purple hearts, etc. - War paint. - You re In the 
fight every time you go to work. © May 10, 1944; 
K 55712-55715. 

Hunt (George M.) 5934 

Folding clothes drier. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; I 
34608. 

Industrial research service. 5935 

Industrial research service's hltem^) psychro- 
metric chart for air -water vapor mixtures at 1 
atm. © May 31, 1944; I 34653. 

International art pub. co.. Inc. 5936 

Adams (Mt.) Colorado; by Robert Wood. © June 
2, 1944; H 2741. 

Irving (Byron Cowles) 5937 

Lift up bottle cap. © 1 c. June 6, 1944; I 34643. 

Jam Handy organization, Inc. 5938-5940 

Aircraft work: 

Blanking sheet metal. Blanking with the 
swing arm router, 3. - Forming sheetmetal. Form- 
ing on a hand operated brake, 3. © May 10, 1944; J 
36666, 36667. 

Forming sheet metal. Forming with rubber 
on the hydraulic press, 1. © May 24, 1944; J 
36684. 

Johnson (David F.) 5941 

Famous inaugural buttons of 1789. © May 23, 
1944; K 55736. 

Johnson (Orvel M.) 5942 

Automatic fountain pen. © 1 c. May 15, 1944; 
I 34642. 

Jones (Paul S.) 5943 

Instructo. © 1 c. May 12, 1944; I 34539. 

Kellar OuUe) 5944-5946 

. Fylm foto ring. © 1 c. Apr. 10, 1944; I 34596. 

Inserta-stone jewels. © 1 c. May 31, 1944; I 
34621. 

Photo-cameo. © 1 c. May 3, 1944; I 34595. 

King features syndicate, Inc. 5947-5949 

Annette sets the table, Z-208. - 'Emelle and 
Ceclle fix the den, Z-207. - Marie and Yvonne make 
beds, Z-209. © May 10, 1944; J 36670-36672. 

Kirkpatrlck (Gilbert Edgar) 5950^ 5951 

Freedom. - Port of call. © 1 c. each May 9, 
1944; J 36676, 36677. 

Kolodge (Louis) > 5952 

Pin and watch chain. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 
34582. 

Lachowlch (Vladymlr Arthur) 5953 

Devil rocket ship. © Apr. 22, 1944; I 34545. 

Langworthy (Arthur M.) 5954 

Puzzle-chart. © 1 c. May 29, 1944; I 34629. 

Luders (Henry C.) 5955 

Graflc calcul-alder. © May 29, 1944; I 34635. 



BUcArthur (Graham Sutherland) 



5956, 5957 



Gun using double forces. - Method of discharging 
a bullet and of attachment to gun. © 1 c. each May 
1, 1944; I 34555, 34556. 

McClure newspaper syndicate. 5958-5968 

Superman. © 1 c. each Jan. 30-Feb. 3, 6-11, 
1939; K 55698-55708. 

McCormick co. 5969, 5970 

Childress, city of religious and cultural facili- 
ties, 3B-H1037. - Vega, western entrance city to 
Texas on U. S. 66, 3B376-N. © May 3, 1944; K 
55722, 55723. 

McHenry (Josephine) 5971 

Keyboard and clefs relationship chart. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1944; I 34554. 

Mann (Marion G.) 5972 

Cabinet and improvements. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; 
I 34644. 

Meador (Russell A.) 5973 

Draftsman's reference trlai^le. © 1 c. May 
12, 1944; I 34537. 

Methot (Philip Neree) 5974 

Nu-trig. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34578. 

Meyer (Henry A.) 5975 

Lock nut. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34587. 

Michaels department store. 5976 

Adventures of Bud Jett. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; K 
55709. 

Miljevlch (Stephen) 5977 

Hauling scraper design variations. © 1 c. May 
19, 1944; I 34639. 

Montero (Nannie Crichton) 5978 

Pen and pencil set. © 1 c. Nov. 17, 1943; I 
34616. 

Murphy (Wlllard) 5979 

EZY calculator. © Jan. 20, 1944; I 34533. 

Nagel (Henry William) 5980 

Superior window. © 1 c. May 31, 1944; I 34622. 

Nagy (Elemer) 5981, 5982 

Television studio: 

Groundplan. - Sectional drawing. © 1 c. 
each May 6, 1944; I 34579, 34580. 

Narragansett machine co. 5983, 5984 

Inner cylinder & diaphragm, RXD 1548 S1-S3. - 
Outer cylinder for pneudrauUc landing gear shock 
strut, RXD 1535 SI-S5. © 1 c. each May 27, 1944; 
I 34614, 34615. 

National dairy council. 5985 

Ice cream Is a good source of calcium. © Mar. 
21, 1944; K 55729. 

Nelson (Milton A.) 5986 

TlII^)anogos (Mt.) © June 1, 1944; J 36696. 

Netschert (William Vincent Bernard) 5987 

Synalysls of unemployment benefit formulas. 
© 1 c. May 5, 1944; I 34558. 



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no. 5. 1944 



6043 



Nichols (James Alfred) 5988 

Gas turbine cycles. © 1 c. May 23, 1944; I 34599. 

Norcross. 5989-5991 

ru be there in a jiffy, to wish you a big happy 

birthday, 5B1072. © Apr. 22, 1944; K 55716. 

It's your birthday, lOBlOll. © Apr. 28, 1944; K 

55717. 

There's always room for one more birthday, 

15B1014. © May 5, 1944; K 55718. 

Nulton (Robert G.) 5992 

Personality wheel and method of interpretation. 
© 1 c. May 24, 1944; I 34603. 

Oleskey (I. H.) 5993 

Congenital deformity. © May 10, 1944; I 34640. 

Omar, inc. 5994, 5995 

Clock it. - Temperature tells. © May 20, 1944; 
J 36680, 36681. 

Orr (Robert H.) 5996-5998 

Automatic parking, 233-235. © 1 c. each Apr. 
3, 1944; I 34600-34602. 

Pacific national advertising agency. 5999 

Fresno store flow study, ^If? . © 1 c. May 
29, 1944; I 34630. ^^^ 

Palace corp. 6000 

Palace expansible home model 288. © May 22, 
1944; I 34628. 

Pampallona (Vincent) 6001 

Centersheer. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; I 34636. 

Pardeman (Henry H.) 6002 

Tile design. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34590. 

Parks (Thaddeus J.) 6003 

Cam connectors. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; I 34607. 

. Poppy (Maximus) 6004 

Bernardino (Sain^^ of Siena. © 1 c. Mar. 26, 
1944; K 55690. 

Powell (Francis Wilsoi^ 6005 

Simplified plan of internal combustion turbine. 
O 1 c. May 29, 1944; I 34631. 

Ray (Lee G.) 6006 

Pre-heated air system for Diesel engines. © 1 
c. June 2, 1944; I 34646. 

Rees (Albert Winfield) 6007-6010 

Boainess cycle, 3. - Money, prices and produc- 
tion, 4. - Net indebtedness in the U. S. A., 1. - 
Total debt, debt owed to banks, money and related 
items, 2. © 1 c. each Mar. 8, 1944; I 34617-34620. 

Bothrock (LiUian) 6011 

Tac-pln. © 1 c. May 24, 1944; I 34604. 

Rotnem (Ralph Arthur) 6012, 6013 

Indices of stock market buying, 1935-1939, 
1940-1944. © Mar. 10, 1944; I 34637, 34688. 

Sands industries. 6014, 6015 

Meteor model 200-F4U. © May 15, 1944; I 

S4576. 

Meteor model 400-PBY 5. © Apr. 26, 1944; I 

S4626. 



Schmid (Julius) inc. 6016-6022 

First move of insertion. - In obese cases. - 
Patient locating position of cervix. - Removing the 
introducer. - Seating the diaphragm. - Second 
move of insertion. - Testing for placement. © Dec. 
20, 1943; I 34547-34553. 

Schmidt (Howard H.) - 6023 

Method of pivoting letter box door and simple 

lock for above door. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; I 34647. 

Shrope (Darwin H.) 6024 

Girl with mirror. © 1 c. May 16, 1944; J 36668. 

Sniadenko (Juhan W.) 6025 

Newspaper holder. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 
34589. 

Snyder (George A.) 6026-6028 

Celestial calculation chart. - Perforated plot- 
ter of Intersecting equal altitude circles. - Snyder 
intercept plotter. © 1 c. each May 22, 1944; I 
34592-34594. 

Snyder (Wesley J.) 6029 

Retriever. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34588. 

Sorenson (Henry) 6030 

Sorensen concrete dam structure. © 1 c. Jun6 
2, 1944; I 24634. 

Spindt (Alvln E.) 6031 

Oscillation regulator and controller. © 1 c. 
May 18, 1944; I 34581. 

Stein OacI^ 6032 

Pioneer cellarless cotti^e. © May 17, 1944; I 
34655. 

Stoplnskl (Slgmunt) 6033 

Washington (George) military dress; by Gilbert 
Stuart. © May 24, 1944; H 2740. 

Sutterfield (Franl^ 6034 

Fuel pump for oil engines. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; 
I 34649. 

Sutton (Cleo C.) 6035 

Motor relay selector. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; I 
34645. 

Telch (Curt) & cd.. Inc. 6036-6040 

Greetings from Dallas, Texas, 3B-H191. © 
Aug. 20, 1943; K 55695. 

Greetings from Greensboro, N. C, 3B-H745. © 
Jan. 18, 1944; K 55694. 

Greetings from U. S. naval training station, 
Sampson, N. Y., 3B-H1284. © Dec. 6, 1943; K 
55696. 

I'm wild about the desert, 2B-H1580. - Western 
philosophy, 2B-H1579. © Sept. 9, 1943; K 55692, 
55693. 



Thieme (Anthony) 6041, 6042 

New England street scene. © May 12, 1944; K 

55719. 

Rainy day in Roc^ort. © May 4, 1944; K 

55691. 

Turney (George) 6043 

Dispensing shaving brush. © 1 c. June 2, 1944; 
I 34651. 



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pt. IV, n. s., y. 89 



Twin editions. 6044, 6045 

Gentleman In adoration before the Madonna, 

23; by Giovanni Battista Moroni. © Apr. 15, 1944; 

H 2732. 

Trellis, 25; by Gustave Courbet. © May 2, 1944; 

H 2733. 

Varga (Mike) 6046 

Insulating connector for flexible or rigid ar- 
mored cable wlrii^. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; I 34612. 

Vergani (Ernest S.) 6047 

Naples, Santa Lucia. © 1 c. May 1, 1944; J 36682. 

Walker (Gene K.) 6048 

Shipbuilding skills, pipefitting. Installing vitre- 
ous fixtures, 6. © May 15, 1944; J 36683. 

Weiffenbach (H. A.) 6049 

Steelcrete structural colunm. © 1 c. May 12, 
1944; I 34540. 

Whitaker (John Cecil) 6050 

Grafad. © Mar. 11, 1944; I 34624. 

White (Julius Gilbert) 6051-6053 

Health and alcohol, supplement. - Health and 
tobacco. - Life and alcohol. © Jan. 21, 1944; J 
36673-36675. 

Wiggers (Harol(^ 6054 

Improved shoe fastener. © 1 c. May 25, 1944; 
I 34611. 



Woods Qackie) 

Signal messenger case. 
34650. 



© 



6055 
1 c. June 2, 1944; I 



Worthington pump & machinery corp. 8056-6070 
Convertible Diesel-gas engine, piston, W- 
126767. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; I 34569. 
Vertical Diesel engine: 

Bed plate, W-126729. - Bed plate, sections, 
W-126730. - Connecting rod, drop forged, W- 
126690. - Connecting rod shell, X 126506. - Crank- 
shaft, 6 cyl. for slow speed operation, W-140680. - 
Cylinder head, W-120700. - Cylinder head, sec- 
tions, W-140701. - Inlet & exhaust valves, X- 
126737. - Liner, special, W 126775. - Main bearing 
shell, long, X 126503. - Main bearing shell,* short, 
X-126504. - Main frame, W-126519. - Main frame 
sections, W-126521, - Plan, end. elevations and sec- 
tions, W-126520. © 1 c. each May 18, 1944; I 
34561-34568, 34570-34575. 

Yeager (George J.) 6071 

Blueprint your golf. Positions by Sam J. Snead. 
© Mar. 10, 1944; I 34532. 

Yorke (Emerson) studio. 6072^6074 

Machine shop work. Operations on the internal 
grinder: 

Grinding a deep hole, 2. - Grinding a straight 
hole, 1. - Grinding and facii^ a blind hole, 3. © 
May 25, 1944; J 36687-36689. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) 118 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Including 784 one-copy entries)-- 962 

Photographs (including 296 one-copy entries) ■ 486 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 57 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries)- - - 1,417 

Total - - 2,983 



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DRAWINGS AM) PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[6074 



Taylor instrument cos. 1-7 

Taylor recording hygrometer chart no. 7000. R 
124319, Jan. 15, 1944. 

Taylor recording thermometer chart nos. 3103. 
3108. R 124317, 124318, Jan. 15, 1944. 

Tycos recording thermometer chart nos. 144, 
604, 1013, 2102. R 124320-124323, Jan. 15, 1944. 

© Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 

Brown & Bigelow. 8-18 

Birth of a nation. R 123513, Dec. 30, 1943. 
Bit of old Holland. R 123508, Dec. 30, 1943. 



Friendly call. R 123509, Dec. 30, 1943. 

God's good country. R 123514, Dec. 30, 1943. 

Golden hours. R 123512, Dec. 30, 1943. 

Land of Evangeline. R 123510, Dec. 30, 1943. 

Philadelphia, Pa. Independence square. R 
123516, Dec. 30, 1943. 

Poker sympathy. R 123515, Dec. 30, 1943. 

Silver threads among the gold. © R 123511, 
Dec. 30, 1943. 

Unscheduled stop. R 123517, Dec. 30, 1943. 

Unwelcome guest. R 123518, Dec. 30, 1943. 

© Brown & Bigelow, St. PauL 



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Airplane mfg. & supply corp., North Holl3rwood, 
Calif. 6075 

AMSCO Pa 850 propeller governor test stand. 

For propeller governor test stand. © Apr. 5, 1944; 

KK 24581. 

Akenhead (L. P.) Newark, N. J. 6076-6078 

For flowering shrub: 

Fire flame, new flaming red butterfly bush. 
© May 21, 1944; KK 25023. 

Lace flower hydrangea. © May 21, 1944; KK 
25024. 

N^w American hybrid, jumbo plums. For plums, 
fruit. © May 21, 1944; KK 25022. 

AUis-Chalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 6079, 6080 
Advance information on AUis-Chalmers' new 

type A-O' automatic self -priming pump, B 6319. 

For centrifugal pump. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 25074. 
AUis-Chalmers preview of new products, B6321. 

For vibrating screens. © Mar. 20, 1944; KK 25075. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 6081 

Testing a million miles of rail, 113-74. For 

transportatiim equipibent. © Apr. 22, 1944; KK 

24727. 

American safety razor corp., Brooklyn. 6082, 6083 
For razors & blades: 

Gee, Ethel, this is wonderfull © May 16, 
1944; KK 25018. 

You mean now that I've got rid of my 5 o'clock 
shadow we'll be seeing more of each other? © 
May 2, 1944; KK 24653. 

American sponge & chamois co., inc.. New York. 

6084 
Chic 2 -way washable wool applicator. For 
powder puff. © Apr. 19, 1944; KK 25014. 

American stove co., Cleveland. 6065/ 

Mrs. Private Brown. For gas range. © ^pr. 
20, 1944; KK 24988. 

American viscose corp.. New York. 6086-6100 

For rayon: 

Announcing a new conservation portfolio on 
rayon for clubs. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 24920. 

Around the market with crown tested. © Dec. 

25, 1943; KK 24926. 

Can you design a dress? Plan a fashion ad? 
© Jan. 17, 1944; KK 24971. 

Flyers' fingers protected from burning cold. 
© Oct. 19, 1943; KK 24811. 

For conservation, buy a good dress. © Jan. 
1, 1943; KK 24972. 

How to iron rayon fabrics. © Nov. 28, 1943; 
KK 24925. 

If you want to know your fabrics. © Nov. 

26, 1943; KK 24924. 

Important features. © Oct. 25, 1943; KK 24923. 

In a crown tested rayon fabric. © Jan. 28, 
1944; KK 24928. 

On guard against the enemy. © Sept. 16, 1943; 
KK 24921. 



* Rayon conservation portfolio. © Jan. 1, 1944; 

KK 24969. 

Roanoke honor roll. © June 23, 1943; KK 
24919. 

True stories about untrue ideas - no. 1. © 
Dec. 30, 1943; KK 24929. 

What about rayon fabrics for 1944? © Jan. 
1, 1944; KK 24970. 

What do you know about rayon. © Sept. 26, 
1943; KK 24922. 

Arden (Elizabetl^ New York. 6101 

Montezuma red. For lipsticks, rouge, nail 
poUsh. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24840; 

Ariston, inc.. New York. 6102 

Remember her birthday. For cut flowers. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; KK 24721. 

Armour & co., Chicago. 6103-6106 

For meat: 

Make these 2 ration stretching dishes. © 
Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24821. 

New ways to stretch beef pot roast. © Apr. 
20, 1944; KK 24819. 

One tin of treet. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24820. 
You know with vitalox on hand, you can make 
all soups taste grand! For beef* extract © Apr. 
1, 1944; KK 24818. 

Associated distributors, Chicago. 6107-6115 

For Upstick: 

Chen Yu, color speciaUsts for lips. © Dec. 
20, 1943; KK 25033. 

Connoisseurs' choice in Up shades. © Mar. 
3, 1944; KK 25027. 

Originals, no lessl © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 25032. 
For nail poUsh: 

Chen Yu, lustrous as sequins. © Jan. 14, 
1944; KK 25030. 

Find your winning shades of Chen Yu. © 
/dct. 15, 1943; KK 25026. 

Head start- ling fashions for nails. © Mar. 
17, 1944; KK 25028. 

LeaA on Chen Yu. © Dec. 16, 1943; KK 
25029. / 

Opium dream. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 25031. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu. © Jan. 14, 1944; 
KK 25025. 

Atlantic commission co.. New York. 6116 

It's time to turn to A & P. Foj fruits and veg- 
etables. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24761. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, DeL 6117, 6118 

For chemicals & explosives: 

Atlas research has built a stockpile of ideas. 
© May 13, 1944; KK 25041. 

This door swings both ways. © Apr. 15, 
1944; KK 24673. 

Ayers linen co., Boston. 6119 

Permanent automatic [linen] inventory controL 
For linen sui^lies & mattresses, institutional. © 
May 5, 1944; KK 24675. 



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Bardell (J. C.) San Francisco. 6120 

Souvenir views San Francisco, 20 miniature 
cards. For souvenir views of San Francisco, 20 
miniature cards. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 24850. 

Bates shoe co., Webster, Mass. 6121 

Watch Bates. For shoes. © May 1, 1944; KK 
24864. 

Beham products co., New York. 6122 

Francois Philippe. For non-alcoholic bever^e. 
© May 22, 1944; KK 25012. 

Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. - 6123 

Preview of a new Bell fighter. For aircraft. 
© May 4, 1944; KK 24965. 

Bellwether laboratories. Upper Darby, Pa. 6124 
Belab inspectioneers. For inspection instru- 
ments. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24760. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, New York, Teter- 
boro, N. J. 6125-6134 

For aircraft instruments: 

Service bulletin. Cleaning diaphragm as- 
semblies autosyn manifold pressure transmitters. 
© Apr. 25, 1944; KK 24577. 

Service bulletin. Use snubber washers on 
all installations requiring lord shockmounts. © 
May 16, 1944; KK 25123. 
For airplsine equipment: 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. For the second 
time. © Feb. 20, 1944; KK 24740. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Here come our 
U'l ol' fighters! © Apr. 30, 1944; KK 24745. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Hi, lads! © 
Apr. 16, 1944; KK 24744. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. It missed usl 
© Mar. 5, 1944; KK 24741. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. It's an Amer- 
ican ship. © Feb. 6, 1944; KK 24739. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Right here. 
© Mar. 19, 1944; KK 24742. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. The gun's 
silenced. © Apr. 2, 1944; KK 2474S. 

Good earth. For precision instruments for 
planes. © May 10, 1944; KK 24781. 

Best & CO., inc., New York. 6135-6174 

All set for sun. For little girl's sun dress. 
© Apr. 30, 1944; KK 24680. 

Bare look. For misses dresses, jacket, play- 
suit & bathing suit. © May 7, 1944; KK 24805. 

Best-flex sturdy shoes for busy young feet. For 
youngsters' shoes. © May 12, 1944; KK 24807. 

Big demand for evening cottons. For evening 
dresses & jacket. © May 19, 1944; KK 24946. 

Correct for tennis. For tennis dresses, shirt 
fr shorts. © May 18, 1944; KK 24944. 

Flower print in cool rayon sheer. For youdg 
girl's dress. © May 19, 1944; KK 24948. 
For hats: 

Big and beautiful. © May 17, 1944; KK 24943. 
Young Pajamas. © May 5, 1944; KK 24688. 
For little girls' dresses: 

Best's exclusive little girl fashions. © Apr. 
28, 1944; KK 24586. 

Crisp and sheer young summer fashions from 
Best's. © May 21, 1944; KK 25077. 
For misses dresses: 

Cap-sleeve charmers. © May 4, 1944; KK 
24685. 

I simply live in my shirtmakers. © May 16, 
1944; KK 24942. 



Rustiquita plaids, gay cottons from Mexico. 
© May 25, 1944; KK 25081. 

Shirtmaker in rayon covert. © May 2, 1944; 
KK 24681. 

Summer edition of the hit bow dress. © May 
24, 1944; KK 25079. 

For misses hats: 

Bicycle clip bonnets. © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 
24464. 

Buccaneer. © May 3, 1944; KK 24682. 
Smash hit, the Nada beret. © Apr. 28, 1944; 
KK 24784. 

For young cosmopolitans handwoven Salem 
tweed. Lost my shirt? I should say not. For 
young girl^s coat, babies' shirt, dress, wrapper, 
sacque & afghan. © May 7, 1944; KK 24804. 

Frothy white for graduation and after. For 
evening dresses. © May 5, 1944; KK 24687. 

Hand-stitched coats In wool suede. For misses 
coats. © May 4, 1944; KK 24684. 

Hits from Best's collection of school-girl shoes. 
For young girls' shoes. © May 5, 1944; KK 
24689. 

Our famous sailing blues. For overalls, shirts, 
shorts, slacks & skirt. © May 12, 1944; KK 24809. 

Plajrtime cottons for fun in the sun. For little 
girls' pinafores & dress. © May 4, 1944; KK 
24683. 

Plenty of playsuits in bright, young cottons at 
Best's. For young girls' playsuits. © May 19, 
1944; KK 24949. 

Pretty, practical washables for young cosmopol- 
itans. For young girls' dresses. © Apr. 28, 1944; 
KK 24587. 

Right for gardening. For misses sun dress, 
pinafore, shirt, blouse, overalls & short slacks. 
© Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24851. 

Shirtmaker blouses. For misses blouses. © 
May 4, 1944; KK 24686. 

Stormy weather coats. Correct for tennis. For 
misses raincoats, tennis dresses, shirt & shorts. 
© May 10, 1944; KK 24806. 

S-t-r-e-t-c-h your wardrobe with pretty blouses. 
For blouses. © Apr. 26, 1944; KK 24591. 

Sturdy blue denims from Best's famous Lili- 
putian bazaar. Look cool, feel cool in pretty pique. 
For childrens' playclothes, misses dresses, play- 
suit & bathing suit. © May 21, 1944; KK 25076. 

Summer suit-dress for young cosmopolitans. 
For young girls' 2 piece dress. © May 18, 1944; 
KK 24945. 

Summer suit in crisp checks. For misses suit. 
© May 25, 1944; KK 25080. 

Tops for sturdy good looks, for long-lived qual- 
ity, for comfort, Arnold authentics in white suede 
exclusive with Best's. For white shoes. © May 
25, 1944; KK 25082. 

White tweeds in famous Best classics. For 
misses coat & suit. © May 23, 1944; KK 25078. 

White wools in famous Best classics. For iniss- 
es suits & coat. © May 19, 1944; KK 24947. 

Young beach fashions from Best's. For young 
girls' bathing suits. © May 14, 1944; KK 24941. 

Young cosmopolitans go for cottons in a big 
way this summer. For girls' dresses 6 suits. 
© May 12, 1944; KK 25045. 

Young cottons for summer fun. For little girls' 
shirts, shorts, skirt, playsuit & pinafore. © May 
12, 1944; KK 24808. 

Young summer favorite, the espadrille. 1944 
summer headliners for a young cosmopolitan's 
holiday wardrobe. For little girl's shoe, young 
girl's dresses. © May 26, 1944; KK 25083. 



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Best foods. Inc., New York. 6175, 6176 

Cinderella at the dinner table. For oleomarga- 
rine. © May 22, 1944; KK 25002. 

Food that wrote salad into millions of menus. 
For mayonnaise. © May 8, 1944; KK 24871. 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. 6177 

Rosy future. For pile fabric floor covering. 

© Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24915. 

Binney & Smith co., New York. 6178, 6179 

Gold medal products. For crayons, chalks, 
water colors, modeling clay, compact colors, fin- 
ger paint, block printing ink. © May 1, 1944; KK 
24724. 

Stencil and decorate with crayola colored wax 
crayon. For wax crayons. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 
24725. 

Blue bell, inc., Greensboro, N. C. 6180-6182 

For overalls & other work clothes: 

How to dress an oilfield army. © Apr. 27, 
1944; KK 24678. 

Wars are won underground, too. © Apr. 13, 
1944; KK 24677. 

Your place on the food map of America. © 
Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24676. 

Bon Ami co., New York. 6183-6186 

For cleanser: 

It shines because I've never used a scratchy 
cleanser. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 24626. 

No more scratchy cleansers for mel © Apr. 
17, 1944; KK 25066. 

Twice as important, now that Tm working 
twice as hard! © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 25065. 

What I like is the polish it gives. © Feb. 8, 
1944; KK 24625. 

Borden co., New York. 6187-6191 

For evaporated milk: 

Babies thrive on. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24656. 

Free gifts with coupons from Borden's. © 
Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24657. 

Grand in coffee. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24658. 

When recipes call for milk. © Apr. 18, 1944; 
KK 24655. 

Great food, this, but use it. wiselyl For milk. 
© July 13, 1943; KK 24654. 

Borea. See Curran (Edward T.), d. b. a. Borea. 

Borrowed timers, San Diego, Calif. 6192 

Glows in the dark. For night-s^ht tray mat. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 24734. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 6193-6196 
Botany wrinkle-proof ties. For neckties. © 
Apr. 2, 1944; KK 24995. 

For fabrics, clothing, yarns & cosmetics: 

All wolves - when she wears her Botany coat. 
© May 9, 1944; KK 24878. 

Behind the Botany label. © Apr. 26, 1944; 
KK 24755. 

Funny how they brag when they're good. © 
Apr. 25, 1944; KK 24754. 

Calgon, inc., Pittsburgh. 6197-6201 

For water normalizer: 

Beauty rinse for silk stockings and soft 
hands. © Dec. 10, 1940; KK 24787. 

Cleanliness tips for you. © Feb. 27, 1941; 
KK 24789. 



Health and beauty notes on dishwashing. © 
Feb. 5, 1941; KK 24790. 

Hello! Is your baby Calgon-clean? © Jan. 
9, 1941; KK 24788. 

How to sell more Calgon. © June 4, 1941; 
KK 24791. 

California conserving co., San Francisco. 6202 

Try something new, folks! For condiment, meat 
sauce. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 25084. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

6203-6208 
For sonkist oranges: 

For this wartime winter, LA-3591-R. © 
Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24977. 

More vitamins per glass, LA-3556. © Mar. 
22, 1944; KK 24709. 

Mothers! Give children plenty of vitamins 
now, LA-3594-AR. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24978. 

Mothers! Give children plenty of vitamins 
now, LA-3594-R. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24708. 

You get more good from California navels, 
LA-3588. © Feb. 27, 1944; KK 24780. 

You get more good from California navels, 
LA-3588-R. © lyfar. 30, 1944; KK 24710. 

California spray-chemical corp., Richmond, Calif. 

6209 
Ortho garden spray guide. For garden sprays. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 24776. 

Calvert distillers corp.. New York. 6210-6212 

For whiskey: 

Calvert baseball wheel. © Apr. 10, 1944; 
KK 24986. 

Calvert gives you the winner! 34 years of 
sport champions. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24987. 

Calvert victory garden guide. © Feb. 15, 
1944; KK 24973. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 6213, 6214 
Celanese fabric premieres, spring, 1944. For 

Celanese fabrics. © May 10, 1944; KK 25085. 

More elbow-room. For Celanese plastics. 

© May 11, 1944; KK 24916. 

Century laboratories, inc., Brooklyn. 6215 

Fuel oil treatment backed by more than 
100,000,000 gallons of experience. For liquid fuel 
oil treatment. © May 10, 1944; KK 24876. 

Cessna aircraft co., Wichita. 6216-6218 

For aircraft: 

Before long, sales and salesmen will be 
going up tc^ether, in the family car of the air. © 
July 16, 1942; KK 24846. 

Here's a bride's-eye view of tomorrow from 
her Cessna family car of the air. © June 10, 1942; 
KK 24868. 

Son I've seen the blueprints of a brighter 
world ahead for you! ©Apr. 10, 1942; KK 24866. 

Champion products co., New York, 6219, 

Handee plastic thimbles. For thimbles. © Apr. 
18, 1944; KK 24719. 

Charmette fabrics co., inc.. New York. 6220 

Something's on the horizon. For fabrics. © 
Feb. 21, 1944; KK 24772. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit, N. J. 

6221 



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6265 



Heroes of the United States medical services. 
Captain John Sayre Marshall. For pharmaceutical 
products. © Apr. 8, 1944; KK 24785. 



Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 

Down-to-earth enjoyment. For beer. 
10, 1944; KK 24869. 



6222 

© May 

6223-6233 



Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 
For soft drink: 

Boys in the foxholes need musical instru- 
ments. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 25111. 

Coke they drink in Ireland is holding friends 
for you. © May 1, 1944; KK 25115. 

Have a Coca-cola = pukka gen. Swell info. 
England no. 3. © May 8, 1944; KK 25114.. 

Have a Coca-cola = pukka gen. Swell info. 
England no. 3. © May 10, 1944; KK 25112. 

Have a Coca-cola - tell us all about it. Nazi 
insignia. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24662. 

Have a coke • come, be blessed and be happy. 
Iceland no. 1. © May 4, 1944; KK 25113.' 

Have a coke - pukka gen. Swell info. British 
airport, night bomber. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24663. 

Have a coke ■ que suerte! What luckl Chile. 
© Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24660. 

Have a coke = que suerte I What luck! Chile. 
© Apr. 19, 1944; KK 24661. 

In Panama or in ships' service stores coke is 
the sailors' stand-by. Panama. © Feb. 25, 1944; 
KK 24659. 

Musical instruments needed for our boys 
overseas. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 25110. 

Cole O^unes W.) Dallas. 6234 

P-A method of vertical traction. For adjustable 
head halter. © Mar. 28, 1944; KK 24877. 

Columbia pictures corp.. New York. 6235 

Cowboy canteen. For stills, posters, window 
cards, slides, lobby display cards & mats. © Feb. 
11, 1944; KK 25147. 

Continental steel corp., Kokomo, Ind. 6236, 6237 
Continental tyl-lyke, newest steel roofing and 

siding. For steel roofing & siding sheets. © May 

1, 1944; KK 24728. 

New sales leader for a promising new era. For 

steel roofing & siding sheets, roof fittings. © May 

1, 1944; KK 24729. 

Corning glass works. Corning, N. Y. 6238 

This is a bride. Isn't she lovely? For house- 
hold glassware. © May 14, 1944; KK 25105. 

Crouse-Hinds co.', Syracuse. 6239 

New dual-purpose type CHRP wedgtite pipe 
hangers. For pipe hangers. © Apr, 11, 1944; KK 
24592. 

Cruttenden & Eger, Chicago. 6240 

Look what we've added. For self-rising flour. 
© May 17, 1944; KK 24930. 

Crystal research laboratories, inc., Hartford. 

6241 

Think we could get better control with crystals? 

For testing equipment. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 24917. 

Curran (Edward T.).d. b. a. Borea, Brooklyn. 

6242 
Your complexion. For a skin formula, an 
emulsion. © Apr. 30, 1944; KK 24997. 



Curtiss -Wright corp., New York. 6243, 6244 

For airplanes: 

Gift of the Magi. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 25064. 
Secret city. © Mar. 6, 1944; KK 24627. 

Dana perfumes, Chicago. 6245, 6246 

For- cosmetics: 

Imagine yourself hauntingly scented. © Jan. 
14, 1944; KK 25034. 

Perfume of sophisticates. © Dec. 20, 1943; 
KK 25035. 

Daprato statuary co., Chicago. 6247 

Look to the future. For church furnishings. 
© May 19, 1944; KK 25040. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 6248-6250 

For chemicals: 

New frofit for you. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 
24664. 

Processes to create new profits. © Mar. 
25, 1944; KK 24665. 

Victory over dampness under fire. © Feb. 
25, 1944; KK 24666. 

Day (Howell) Dunellen, N. J. 6251 

Howell track. For tracks for model railroads. 
© Mar. 20, 1944; KK 25059. 

Dayton rubber mfg. co., Dayton, O. 6252 

Hard way. For printing & lithographic rollers. 
© Feb. 20, 1943; KK 24722. 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, inc. , Phoenixville, Pa. 6253 
This is the record. For cut-off machines & 
discs. © Apr. 22, 1944; KK 24985. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 6254 
Beneficent shark. For oil-soluble-vitamins. 
© Feb. 25, 1944; KK 24694. 

Doran (Harry W.) New Orleans. 6255, 6256 

For fried chicken: 

Chicken on the fence. © Nov. 1, 1942; KK 
24886. 

Our chickens are milk fed. © Nov. 1, 1942; 
KK 24887. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati. 6257-6260 

Drano banishes sewer germs. For drano - 

powder to clear all household pipes & drains. © 

Feb. 18, 1944; KK 24902. 

Drano banishes sewer germs! For powder, to 

clear all household pipes & drains. © Jan. 25, 

1944; KK 24900. 

For windex, liquid to clean window panes: 

For sale, one pail! ©Feb. 11, 1944; KK 24901. 
Sun is bright. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 24903. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc.. New York, 
Passaic, N. J. 6261-6265 

Biggest window in the world. For electric 
equipment. © Apr. 19, 1944; KK 24718. 
For electronic equipment: 

Biggest window in the world. © Apr. 22, 
1944; KK 24716. 

Remarkable peeleoscopotherm that Mrs. 
McGillicuddy saw fit to buy. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 
24715. 

Television 1954 A. D. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 
24717. 

Guns for victory! For precision electronics & 
television. © May 1, 1944; KK 24786. 



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Durham mfg. co., Muncle, Ind. 6266, 6267 

For metal card tables & furniture: 
D day. © May 22, 1944; KK 25106. 
G. L Joes! © May 8, 1944; KK 24855. 

Edwards (Emmett L.) Washington. 6268 

E. L. Edwards bag. For shopping bags. © 
May 15, 1944; KK 24842. 

Eversharp, Inc., Chicago. 6269 

Here's the winning answer to your $64. question. 
For pen, fountain pen. © May 19, 1944; KK 24982. 

Fairmont railway motors, inc., Fairmont, Minn. 

6270 
Fairmont A4 series B gang car. For gang car. 
© Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24720. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 6271-6273 

For rubber & metal products, toys: 

Gifts for every membet of the family at Fire- 
stone. Toy land is open today at your nearby Fire- 
stone dealer or Firestone storel © Nov. 16, 1942; 
KK 24958. 

Gifts for every member of the family at Fire- 
stone. Why not shop the one -stop Firestone way? © 
Dec. 18, 1942; KK 24959. 

Today, in war time, tomorrow, in peace time. 
For rubber and metal products. © Nov. 6, 1942; 
KK 24957. 

Fischer & co., inc.. New York. / 6274 

Cool magic. For lingerie, black nightgown. © 
May 2, 1944; KK 24800. 

Franklin transformer mfg. co., Minneapolis. 6275 
Mobile moto-chek. For motor check-up device. 
© May 4, 1944; KK 25007. 

Gaines food co., inc., New York. 6276 

Expect the biggest thank you you ever received. 
For dog food. © May 19, 1944; KK 24992. 

Gale oil separator co., inc.. New York. 6277 

Gale systems. For oil separators. © May 1, 
1944; KK 25124. 

Gardner -Vail, inc., Chicago. 6278 

Lavatory hardware, price list no. 2. For lava- 
tory hardware. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25005. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods corp.. New York. 6279-6281 

For dog food: 

His meat problem licked for goodi ©Mar. 17, 
lft44; KK 24838. 

9 out of 10 speak for Gaines. © Feb. 18, 
1944; KK 24837. 

Here's that quick cake recipe. For baking 
powder. © May 15, 1944; KK 25063. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis, San Francisco. 

6282-6297 
For cereal: 

Breakfast skipping, a thing of the past. © 
Apr. 9, 1944; KK 24705. 

Fightin'est man in Hollywood. © Mar. 5, 
1944; KK 24696. 

How a grocer landed in Hollywood. © Apr. 
2, 1944; KK 24702. 

No more breakfast skipping. © Mar. 8, 
1944; KK 24698. 



Problem of breakfast skipping. © Mar. 12, 
1944; KK 24701. 

Ridin' high. © Mar. 11, 1944; KK 24699. 

You will say goodbye to breakfast skipping I 
© Feb. 27, 1944; KK 24695. 
For flour: 

Grandmother's pride custard pie. © Apr. 
20, 1944; KK 24706. 

Happy surprise I © Feb. 20, 1944; KK 24693. 

Highlights of better baking. © Mar. 15, 
1944; KK 24940. 

Penuche cake. © Apr. 2, 1944; KK 24703. 

Silver white layer cake. © Mar. 5, 1844; 
KK 24697. 

This quick-and-easy sponge cake fits your 
spring mood. © Mar. 12, 1944; KK 24700. 
For food products: 

Don't look now lady, hut your kitchen's 
haunted. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 24691. 

World's strongest baby. © Apr. 4, 1944; 
KK 24704. 

Simple intricacy I For bisquick. © Feb. 18, 
1944; KK 24692. 

Germond (Henry S.) North Bergen, N. J. 6298 

Revolvator selector, pick your winner. For 
portable elevators. © May 2, 1944; KK 248S6. 

Glenmore distilleries co., inc., Louisville. 

6299, 6300 
For whiskey: 

Here's a good tie anytime, because it's 
lighter! © Jan. 5, 1943; KK 24856. 

Yes sir, by any measure you'll find Glen- 
more the smoothest drink you've ever poured. © 
Mar. 5, 1943; KK 24857. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 6301-6306 

For cosmetics: 

Amazing new cream actually helps. © May 
23, 1944; KK 25062. 

Dorothy Gray army exchange service - gifts. 
© May 22, 1944; KK 25061. 

Imparts a look of vitality to drab, aging skin. 
© May 7, 1944; KK 24774. 

Just arrived! Dorothy Gray baby products. 
© May 14, 1944; KK 24889. 

You're so pretty the minute you smooth on 
this new powder base cream. Dorothy Gray finish- 
een. © Apr. 12, 1944; KK 24817. 

You're so pretty when you tan smoothly all 
over with Dorothy Gray sunburn cream. © May 
18, 1944; KK 24966. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co., New York. 

6307-6310 

Indispensable wartime food. For evaporated 
milk. © Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24584. 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. For grocer- 
ies. © Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24585. 

It's time to turn to A & P. For groceries and 
vegetables. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 24679. 

It's time to turn to A & P coffee! For coffee. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24583. 

Grobet (Edouard A.), d. b. a. Grobet file co. of 
America, Brooklyn. 6311 

Rotary files war supplement. For rotary files, 

pami^let. © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 24713. 

Grobet file co. of America. See Grobet (Edouard 
A.), d. b. a. Grobet file co. of America. 



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Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 6312-6317 

For watches: 

Inviting nearly 27 million people to get grad- 
uation gifts from you. © May 5, 1944; KK 25068. 

Repair shop five miles above Berlin. © 
Mar. 25, 1944; KK 24628. 

Three invitations to visit you that you didn't 
send out. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24631. 

Unspoken thoughts at graduation this year. 
© Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24629. 

Why they try to imitate the Gruen curves. © 
Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24632. 

X-ray machine they dropped from the sky! 
© Apr. 4, 1944; KK 24630. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 6318 

Let's get started. For ale. © May 10, 1944; 
KK 24875. 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 6319 

Harris impressions, v. 4, no. 5, Apr., 1944. 
For lithographic suppUes. © Mar. 22, 1944; KK 
24968. 

Haynes stellite co., New York. 6320 

Price list, hard facing materials. For hard 
facing materials. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24931. 

Hercules powder cc, inc., Wilmington, Del. 

6321, 6322 

Help is coming, Mr. Brown I For chemicals. 
© May 11, 1944; KK 24801. 

Hercules dark wood rosins. For rosin. © June 
10, 1941; KK 25137. 

Holeproof hosiery co., IiUlwaukee. 6323 

Tou'U find the same high quality. For women's 
hosiery. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 25042. 

Honegger feed mills, Fairbury, 111. 6324 

Honeggers' hog feeding program. For hog and 
pig feed. © Apr. 29, 1944; KK 24674. 

HoudaiUe-Hershey corp., Detroit. 6325 

Could be! For aircraft. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 
24758. 

Hydraulic press mfg. co., Mount Gilead, O. 6326 
H. P. M. all -hydraulic metal stretching press. 
For hydraulic metal stretching press. © May 9, 
1944; KK 24993. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 6327, 6328 
For sterling silverware: 

I asked a stranger to dinner tonight. © Feb. 
4, 1944; KK 24908. 

Oh, Dan, if only you'd been here. © Jan. 14, 
1944; KK 24907. 

International telephone & telegraph Corp., New 
York. 6329 

Let my magic carpet bring you in! For electronic 

equipment. © Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24794. 

Interwoven stocking co.. New Bnmswick, N. J. 

6330-6344 
For men's socks: x 

fixtra quality Interwoven, 2 pairs $1.25; B 
1 [and] Super grade Interwoven, 75^ the pair, B 2. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24634. 

Hy-test Interwoven, 2 pairs $1.00, A 1 [and] 
Super grade {nterwoven, $1.00 the pair, A 2. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24633. 



fe 



Interwoven genuine ribbed socks, 75^ the 
pair, J 1 [and] Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, J 2. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24642. 

Interwoven genuine socks, $1.25 the pair, 
L 1 [and] Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, L 2. © Apr. 
27, 1944; KK 24644. 

Interwoven, $1.00 the pair, K 1 [and] Softies 
Interwoven, 2 pairs $1.25, K 2. © Apr. 27, 1944; 
KK 24643. 

Interwoven, $1.50 the pair, M 1 [and] Inter- 
woven, 2 pairs $1.25, M 2. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 
24646. 

Interwoven, $1.65 the pair, N 1 [and] Inter- 
woven genuine ribbed socks, 2 pairs $1.25, N 2. 
© Apr. 27, 1944: KK 24645. 

Interwoven, 2 pairs $1.25,1 1 [and] Interwov- 
en, 75^ the pair, I 2. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24641. 

Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, H 1 [and] Inter- 
woven genuine ribbed socks, $1.00 the pair, H 2. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24640. 

Super grade Interwoven, 75? the pair, C 1 
[and] Certified Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, C 2. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24635. 

Super grade Interwoven, $1.00 the pair, D 1 
and] Extra quality Interwoven, 2 pairs $1.25, D-2. 
~ Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24636. 

Super grade Interwoven, $1.25 the pair, E 1 
[and] Certified Interwoven, 3 pairs $1.25, E 2. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24637. 

Super grade Interwoven, $1.50 th» pair, F 1 
[and] Super grade Interwoven, 2 pairs $1.25, F 2. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24638. 

Super grade Interwoven, $1.65 the pair, G 1 
[and] Super grade Interwoven, $1.00 the pair, G 2. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24639. 

Your blue print for socks. © May 5, 1944; 
KK 24823. 

Iron fireman mfg. co., Cleveland. 6345 

Iron fireman fly ash reinjection system. For 
pneumatic reinjection system. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 
25013. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 6346, 6347 
For wax: 

Business man learns from wife! © May 3, 
1944; KK 24752. 

What has war taught us that women already 
knew so well? © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24751. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N.J. 6348, 6349 
For sutures: 

Ethicon policy, con^)lete cooperation with 
the surgical supply house. © Nov. 17, 1943; KK 
24961. 

J. William White, M. D., 1850-1916. © May 
1, 1944; KK 24962. 

Jones products, inc., Cambridge, Mass. 6350 

Jones floor wax. For floor wax. © May 3, 1944; 
KK 24753. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 6351-6378 

For Kellogg's cereal breakfast foods: 

Step up your breakfast checks! © July 5, 
1940; KK 25139. 

Whenyou see this name on a cereal, Kello^'s, 
it's the finest. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 25142. 

You're missing something if you don't try 
them all! © July 18, 1940; KK 25140. 

For Kellogg's cereal breakfastfoods, corn flakes: 

Breakfast was just a bore to me till m/ wife 
got this big idea. © Aug. 7, 1940; KK 25146. 



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Each golden flake a masterpiece of goodness I 
© Aug. 9, 1940; KK 24102. 

Expression of appreciation to the American 
people. © Aug. 16, 1940; KK 25013. 

Flavor does it. In 1906 the sweetheart of the 
corn. © Aug. 9, 1940; KK 25101. 

Flavor does it, back in 1906 this small frame 
building. © July 19, 1940; KK 25088. 

Flavor does it, when you smile you use 16 
separate muscles. © July 26, 1940; KK 25093. 

Flavor does it, 2,000 jobs - the result of an 
idea about flavorl © ^ug. 2, 1940; KK 25097. 

Fresh at your grocer's today! © Aug. 1, 
1940; KK 25094. 

Golden flakes from tender white cornl © 
July 19, 1940; KK 25092. 

Invite her to breakfast for a real flavor treat! 
© July 18, 1940; KK 25087. 

July's the month to get hot on Kellogg's corn 
flakes! © July 5, 1940; KK 25138. 

Millions of American families have welcomed 
her at breakfast! © Aug. 8, 1940; KK 25100. 

Nation's favorite hot-weather breakfast. © 
July 25, 1940; KK 25090. 

Perfect cool star! for hot days! © July 12, 
1940; KK 26086. 

Regular guest at millions of American break- 
fast tables! © July 25, 1940; KK 25091. 

Their new-made freshness is protected all 
the way fr^m our ovens to your table! © Aug. 8, 
1940; KK 25099. 

They're sold before you buy them! © Aug. 
5, 1940; KK 25098. 

Twins, millions of them double good! © July 
26, 1940; KK 25089. 

Uidformly flavored and toasted on both sides. 
© Aug. 2, 1940; KK 25096. 

We don't have to be coaxed to eat our break- 
fast any more. © July 20, 1940; KK 25141. 

When she comes to your house for breakfast. 
© Aug. 1, 1940: KK 25095. 

For Kellogg s cereal breakfast foods, individuals: 

Is this why some of your customers never 
.come back? © Aug. 5, 1940; KK 25145. 

Serve the cereals that most patients prefer 
at home. © Aug. 1, 1940; KK 25143. 

Now ! Kellogg's all-bran. For breakfast cereal. 
© Mar. 14, 1944; KK 24870. 

Speaking of lasting crispness. For Kellogg's 
cereal breakfast food, rice krispies. © Aug. 2, 
1940; KK 25144. 

Kidde (Walter) & co . , inc . , New York . 63 79 

Fire in the air. For airplane fire extinguishing 
equipment. © May 2, 1944; KK 24974. 

Lake City malleable co., Cleveland. 6380 

In the fight. For malleable castings. © Apr. 
10, 1944; KK 24764. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

6381-6386 
For cosmetics: 

Is it okay to have dinner with the boss? © 
May 21, 1944; KK 24888. 

See, even hands that feed the chickens can 
be soft as the dickens! © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24816. 
Tussy army exchange service - gifts. © 
May 22, 1944; KK 25060. 

Tussy deodorant cream. © May 4, 1944; 
KK 24773. 

' Warning: Don't follow in daddy's footsteps. 
© May 20, 1944; KK 25122. 



Was our marriage a mistake? © May 10, 
1944; KK 24980. 

Leitz (E.) inc.. New York. 6387 

Leitz pre -calibrated clinical photo-electric 
colorimeter. For clinical, photo-electric colori- 
meter. © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 24624. 

Liebmann breweries, inc., Brooklyn. 6388-6392 
For alcoholic beverage: 

My beer is Rheirgold, the dry beer, says 
Hildegarde. © Feb. 28, 1944; KK 24911. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Jane House, Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Feb. 1, 1944; 
KK 24909. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Jane House, Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Mar. 1, 1944; 
KK 24913. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Feb. 14, 1944; KK 24910. 

My beer is Rheingold, the dry beer, says 
Miss Rheingold, 1944. © Mar. 13, 1944; KK 24912. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 

6393-6405 
For cigarettes: 

Best mild, ripe tobacco money can buy. Mos- 
ley C. Coleman. © May 15, 1944; KK 24848. 

Brought home guests for dinner, ma. Guests 
for dinner. © May 15, 1944; KK 25009. 

Let's have a Chesterfield on that. © May 
8, 1944; KK 24802. 

More precious than gold. Marines. © Apr. 
30, 1944; KK 24769. 

/ Nobody pays more for their tobacco. Tobacco 
farmer Rogers. © May 1, 1944; KK 24770. 

Sure gets its share of the best tobacco. © 
May 9, 1944: KK 24803. 

Sure I II help, just light my Chesterfield. Dish 
washing scene. © May 2, 1944; KK 24771. 

Tactful Saunders. © May 4, 1944; KK 24839. 

Tanker Slocum. © May 18, 1944; KK 25046. 

There isn't finer leaf grown. Tobacco farmer 
Clark. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 24763. 

Today is your red-letter day. Girl at pkg. 
machine. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 24768. 

Turn over a new leaf. Girl offering Chest. 
Pkg. © May 1, 1944; KK 24934. 

Up the avenue, James. © May 12, 1944; KK 
24847. 

Link (Ernest J.), d. b. a. Link paper co.. New York. 

6406 
For communication papers consult. For com- 
munication papers. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24746. 

Link paper co. See Link (Ernest J.), d. b. a. Link 
paper co. 

Loeper (Bernard E.) Philadelphia. 6407 

Select diamonds and mountii^s separately. For 

diamonds & mountings. © May 12, 1944; KK 25004. 

McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products div., 
Elgin, III. 6408, 6409 

Just in case. For Toastmaster automatic elec- 
tric toasters. © May 11, 1944; KK 24981. 

Just overlook it. For automatic electric toast- 
ers. © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24762. 

Mackintosh-Hemphill co., Pittsburgh. 6410 

Roll primer. For rolling mill rolls. ©Apr.l, 
1944: KK 24795. 



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Magnolia petroleum co., Dallas. 6411 

Summerlze saves gasoline. Formobiloil, mobil- 
gas, mobilgreases. © May 5, 1944; KK 24738. 

Majestic radio & television Corp., Chicago. 

6412, 6413 
For radio & radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news, no. 7. © May 3, 1944; 
KK 24731. 

Majestic radio news, no. 8. © May 18, 1944; 
KK 24967. 

Major vitamins, inc.. New York. 6414 

For your health's sake I For vitamin & mineral 
tablets. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 24578. 

Mathieson alkali works, inc., New York. 6415-6417 
For chlorine disinfectant & deodorant: 

Poultry colds and respiratory ills. © Mar. 
2, 1944; KK 24590. 

Practical turkey health protection plan. © 
Mar. 2, 1944; KK 24588. 

Sanitizing your glassware and food utensils. 
© Mar. 2, 1944; KK 24589. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 

6418, 6419 
For dictionaries: 

Circle and monogram. May, 1944. © May 
4, 1944; KK 24867. 

Vocabulary quiz. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24834. 

Meyer (Max) Jacksonville, Fla. 6420 

Sel-ect-ed sea foods. For sea foods & produce. 
© Apr. 15, 1944; KK 24989. 

Mitchell (Gerald J.) Chicago. 6421 

Wear his canQ)aign colors. For replica cam- 
paign service pin. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 24792. 

Modern classics by Mossalone, New York. 6422 
Created with the new mirror glow permanent 
finish. For jewelry. © May 1, 1944; KK 24843. 

Motor wheel Corp., Lansing, Mich. 6423-6425 

For duo-therm heaters: 

Fit yourself into this picture now. © Feb. 
4, 1944; KK 24906. 

How to pick a winner! © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
24905. 

Step into this picture. © Jan. 17, 1944; KK 
24904. 

Muench-Kreuzer candle co., inc., Syracuse. 6426 
Mortuary supplies. For candles and mortuary 
suppUes. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24765. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 6427-6430 

Accessories replacement parts & price list. 
For welding accessories replacement parts. ® 
Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24827. 

New Hollup shortstub electrode holder. For 
electrode holder. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 24826. 

New national tip cleaners. For welding & cutting 
Up cleaner. © Apr. 5, 1944; KK 24825. 

Torchweld portable acetylene generator repair 
parts list. For acetylene generator. © Apr. 29, 
1944; KK 24828. 

Naughton farms, inc., Waxahachle, Tex. 6431 

CoiiQ)lete cactus window box garden. For cactus 
window box garden & flowering shrubs. © Apr. 10, 
1944; KK 24793. 



New process co., Warren, Pa. 6432 

Because I believe you'll say these are just the 
slack suits you've been hoping to find. For women's 
slack suits. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 24865. 

Northern paper mills. Green Bay, Wis. 6433-6437 
For paper towels: 

Clever young housewife. © Feb. 17, 1944 
KK 24895. 

Paper towel. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 24893. 

There was a young bride. © Feb. 25, 1944 
KK 24896. 

For toilet tissue: 

Helping baby raccoons. © Jan. 28, 1944 
KK 24892. 

Polar bear. © Feb. 11, 1944; KK 24894. 

Northwestern yeast co,, Chicago. 6438 

Heard the news ? For maca yeast. © Apr, 16, 
1944; KK 24835. 

Nutri cola ca,, inc.. Long Island City, N. Y. 

6439, 6440 
For soft drink beverages: 

Drink it, buy it, sell it. © Apr. 15, 1944; 
KK 24669. 

Think of the future. © Apr, 3, 1944; KK 24670, 

Oneida, ltd,, Oneida, N. Y. 6441 

For all your tomorrows. For sterlii^ silver- 
ware. © May 20, 1944; KK 24976, 

Ortho products, inc. Linden, N. J. 6442 

Chinese pellet. For vaginal jelly. © Sept. 15, 
1943; KK 24960. 

Overhead door Corp., Hartford City, Ind. 6443 

Dependable doors for today and tomorrow. For 
overhead doors. © May 1, 1944; KK 24990. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 6444-6447 

For beer: 

If you should desire the trade of Miss Pryor. 
© Oct. 15, 1943; KK 25133. 

Our boy. Bill. He won't be home this year. 
© Dec. 10, 1943; KK 25134. 

Our hundredth year. Milwaukee was a tiny 
outpost. © Feb. 4, 1944; KK 25136. 

5 musts for a perfect desizerl For desizer. 
© Jan. 15, 1944; KK 25135. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 6448-6453 

For fountain pen: 

Always eager to serve, yet so few Parker 
5l's can be produced. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 25057. 

These famous P-5l's have more than a 
name in common! © Apr. 26, 1944; KK 25056. 
For fountain pen ink: 

New -type ink protects pens against break- 
downs! © Apr, 16, 1944; KK 25050. 

Quink sales skyrocketed 400 % over pre- 
vious record! © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25051. 

This ink proves pen failures can be avoided ! 
© Mar. 20, 1944; KK 25047. 

Thought we were receiving all the ink busi- 
ness. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25053. 

Pepsi-cola co., Long Island City, N. Y. 6454, 6455 
For beverage drink: 

Pepsi the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the 
bowling bomb. © May 6, 1944; KK 25021. 

Pepsi the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi the magi- 
cian. © Mar. 19, 1944; KK 25020. 



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Piel bros., Brooklyn. 6456 

White way drinks the light way! For beer. © 
May 9, 1944; KK 24775. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 6457-6461 
For flour advertising: 

Around a pancake -stacked home plate these 
kernels four are siiiq)ly great! © Apr. 7, 1944; 
KK 25129. 

Doggone it! They're after my farina again! © 
Feb. 20, 1944; KK 25126. 

From a single exciting recipe three different 
flavors of bread! © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 25127. 

Most precious ingredient in this relish ring 
is Pillsbury's guaranteed baking ! © Mar. 30, 1944; 
KK 25128. 

Out in the fields again after dark. © May 
14, 1944; KK 25130. 

Pittsburgh Corning Corp., Pittsburgh. 6462 

PCfoamglas insulation for floors. For glass 
blocks insulating material. © May 18, 1944; KK 
24951. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 6463, 6464 
For glass: 

Make interiors 10 to 20 degrees cooler with 
solex. © May 12, 1944; KK 24862. 

Robert Allan Jacobs' conception of a depart- 
ment store. © May 19, 1944; KK 24984. 

Pizitz (Louis) dry goods co., Birmingham, Ala. 

6465 
Pizitz nylon priority club. For nylon hosiery. 
© May 7, 1944; KK 24756. 

Press-on, inc.. New York. 6466, 6467 

For a<Uiesive mending tape: 

Hep, hep, hurray. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24668. 

No time for sewii^? Mend as you iron! © 
Mar. 22, 1944; KK 24667. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 6468, 6469 

For salad & cooking oil: 

Pepper ring and cheese salad. © May 1, 
1944; KK 24778. 

Triple layer chicken salad. © May 1, 1944; 
KK 24779. 

Pullman-Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 6470 

Railroad leaders' digest. For railroad equip- 
ment. © Apr. 29, 1944; KK 24757. 

Puratized, inc.. New York. 6471 

Coming sensation in textile merchandising. For 

chemical treatment. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 24927. 

Ramsey accessories mfg^ corp., St. Louis. 

6472, 6473 
For piston rings: 

Look out for valve pitfalls. © May 8, 1944; 
KK 25108. 

ParalleUsm. © May 1, 1944; KK 25107. 

Reilly equipment sales co., Milwaukee. 6474 

Rouge -rid meets war health need with two new 
methods. For dispenser & con4)Ound for sanitize 
glass rim. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24853. 

RixserAdce co,. New York. 6475 

Your building is judged by its entrances. For 
door operating mechanisms. © May 17, 1944; KK 
24983. 



Roberts (Doris Btfarie), d. b. a. U. S. medical spe- 
cialty CO., Minneapolis. 6476 
Another USCO service I For scale solvent. © 

Apr. 30, 1944; KK 25006. 

Ronrico Corp., San Juan, Puerto Rico. 6477, 6478 
For rum: 

For the connoisseur. © Jan. 16, 1944; KK 
24783. 

For the connoisseur. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 
24782. 

Roper knitting co., inc., Canandaigua, N. Y. 

6479 
Scotty jeep. For naphtalated woolen sweaters & 
vests. © Sept. 17, 1942; KK 24932. 

Rothman (Harry) inc.. New York. 6480 

18 years of friend- making. For men's wearing 
apparel. © Mar. 2, 1944; KK 24712. 

Royal typewriter co., inc.. New York. 6481-6483 
For typewriters: 

And I looked him straight in the eye. © Mar. 
10, 1944; KK 24899. 

And I thought the boss was a woman hater! © 
Feb. 18, 1944; KK 24897. 

Number one is always worth waiting for! © 
Mar. 3, 1944; KK 24898. 

Ruppert (Jacob) brewery. New York. 6484 

Make mine Ruppert. For beer and ale. © Apr. 
10, 1943; KK 24798. 

Sales affiliates, inc.. New York. 6285-6287 

For hair colorings: 

Four easy stages in obtainir^ glorious-look- 
ii^ hair with loxol extra beautifying oil shampoo 
tint. © Dec. 17, 1942; KK 24999. 

Huvuh beauty in 6 acts! With huAmh tinter- 
gent. © Dec. 17, 1942; KK 25000. 

Read what users say about svelt! For multi- 
purpose liquid cream. © Apr. 12, 1943; KK 24998. 

Savogran co., Boston. 6488 

How to remove paints, vdrnishes, lacquers. For 
organic solvent type paint remover. © May 9, 
1944; KK 24994. 

Schmid (Julius) inc.. New York. 6489, 6490 

For gynecological products: 

End of the beginning. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 
24859. 

Ramses, the seal of protection. © Apr. 1, 
1943; KK 24858. 

Scientific lubricants co., Chicago. 6491 

Motor mica anti-friction compound. For anti- 
fricUon compound. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 25058. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 6492 

Worn out piston rings waste gas, too! For pis- 
ton rings. © May 19, 1944; KK 25043. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 6493, 6496 

For shoes: 

I call them my seven league boots. © Mar. 
29, 1944; KK 24829. 

Walk and love it. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24830. 

What do you do in the infant-ry? © Apr. 29, 
1944; KK 24832. 

You're really a lady in waiting today! © Apr. 
28, 1944; KK 24831. 



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COMMERCIAL PRINTS 



6536 



Servel, inc., Evans ville, Ind. 6497, 6498 

Servel condensing units for every commercial 

need. For units for electric refrigeration & air 

conditioning. © May 9, 1944; KK 24841. 

Servel newsletter postwar sales planning. For 

postwar planning service files. © May 13, 1944; 

KK 25044. 

Seven>4ip co., St. Louis. 6499, 6500 

For soft drink: 

Fresh up, and keep your spirits up! ® Apr. 
28, 1944; KK 25052. 

Fresh up, that's it! © May 2, 1944; KK 25048. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co., Fort Madison, la. 

6501-6507 
For writing equipment: 

For beautiful performers look to Sheaffer. © 
Mar. 24, 1944; KK 24938. 

Living up to leadership! © Apr. 20, 1944; 
KK 24935. 

Precision-engineered by Sheaffer for writii^ 
perfection! © May 19, 1944; KK 25117. 

Reflection of perfection. © May 19, 1944; 
KK 25116. 

Symbols of good taste and good deeds ! © May 
4, 1944; KK 24936. 

Visible evidence of the better value. ® May 
13, 1944; KK 24937. 

To make your pens writer better, ask for skrip. 
For writing fluid. © Mar. 11, 1944; KK 24939. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 6508-6511 

Eliminate hard trimming of threads with Singer 
automatic thread cutting attachment. For Silver 
thread cutting attachment. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 
25070. 

Greater stitch versatility. For Singer surgical 
stitching instrument. © May 1, 1944; KK 24732. 

Here's your opportunity to get that new Silver 
sewing machine you've been waiting for, form NA 
2560. For Singer sewing machines. © Apr. 28, 
1944; KK 24822. 

Spring's in the air, and I want it in my ward- 
robe! For neckwear, accessories, notions, hand- 
bags, sewing machines. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 24733. 

Singer sewing machine co.. New York. 6512 

Tiene ud. Problemas de costura? For Singer 

sewing machines, parts, needles, oil. © May 15, 
1944; KK 24891. 

Socony vacuum oil co., inc.. New York. 6513-6516 
For mobilgas, mobiloil: 

Lack of care, not age, makes cars grow old! 
© May 1, 1944; KK 25036. 

Lubrication is the most important spring car- 
keeping service. © Apr. 29, 1944; KK 25037. 

We call it flying horsepower. ® May 3, 
1944; KK 25039. 

2,000,000 cars were junked in 1943! © Apr. 
18, 1944; KK 25038. 

Sonotone Corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 6517, 6518 

For hearing aid: 

Hearing aid taken off the shelf. © May 12, 
1944; KK 24799. 

Sorry, Mr, Hagan, but you can't have a Sono- 
tone. © May 26, 1944; KK 25104. 

Spencer, inc.. New Haven. 6519 

Your Spencer brassiere and how to care for it. 
For brassieres. © May 5, 1944; KK 24991. 



6520, 6521 



Squirt co., Beverly Hills, Calif. 
For non-alcohoUc beverage: 

Give your sales a lift, with Sqiiirt. © Apr. 
1, 1943; KK 24860. 

Sales and profits grow like magic. © Mar. 
1, 1943; KK 24861. 

Standard blouse, inc., New York. 6522 

Miss July, a youthlined blouse. For ladies 
blouse, © May 22, 1944; KK 24996. 

Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 

6523 
Standard fly spray. For fly spray, © Mar. 15, 
1944; KK 25148, 

Standard tar products co., Milwaukee. 6524 

Nets cost money - save them with usol gill net 
preserver. For fish net preservatives, © May 1, 
1944; KK 24672, 

Stoddart aircraft radio co., Holljrwood, Calif. 

6525 

Aircraft radio transmitter & receiver. Type 

RTA-3C. For remotely controlled aircraft radio 

transmitter & receiver. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 

24593. 

Storm seal combination window, Youngstown, O. 

6526 
Storm seal combination winter windows and sum- 
mer screens. For combination winter windows & 
summer screens. © May 1, 1944; KK 24810. 

Stow mfg. CO., Binghamton, N, Y. 6527 

Selecting a Stow flexible shaft. For flexible 
shafting. © May 17, 1944; KK 24979, 

Stromberg-Carlson co,, Rochester, N, Y. 

6528, 6529 
For radios: 

Mr. Potter's private war. © Apr. 19, 1944; 
KK 25067. 

Today he smiled for the first time, © May 
18, 1944; KK 25069, 

Studebaker corp,. South Bend, Ind, 6530 

Those engines sure have the power. For air- 
plane engines, © May 19, 1944; KK 24914. 

Tasty baking co,, Philadelphia, 6531 

Tastykake junior, a good number. Poster no, 
98, For cake. © Apr, 15, 1944; KK 24833, 

Thiele (Hazel L.) St, Louis, 6532 

Chic -burger sandwiches. For sandwich with 

filling of chicken meat, © Apr, 21, 1944; KK 25109, 

Timken roller bearing co., Canton, O, 6533, 6534 
For bearings: 

America gets what America needs, ©Apr 
17, 1944; KK 24873. 

On all fronts throughout the world, © Mar, 
20, 1944; KK 24872, 

Timmerman mfg, co,, Hibbing, Minn. 6535 

Bizzy bilding blox. The modern construction 
toy. For toys, building blocks. © Apr. 20, 1944; 
KK 24824, 

Tivoli brewing co,, Detroit, 6536 

Worth repeating. For beer, © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 
24964. 



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6537 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 39. 



Toastmaster products div. McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products 
div. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 6537-6540 

Little bit of muscle, a little bit of care, will 
make healthy sturdy floors out of those worn bare. 
For Iloor paints & mastic flooring materials. ® 
Mar. 30, 1944; KK 24595. 

Stop the attack of weather, water, frost, rot, 
rust and disintegration. For roofing materials. 
© Mar. 20, 1944; KK 24594. 

We majored in studying and helping schools. 
For general factory maintenance materials - roof- 
ings, flooring materials, paints, caulking, glazing. 
© Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24597. 

Your war time painting jobs can be done. For 
interior paints. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 24596. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 6541 

Creating a sensation. For readypasted wall- 
paper. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24647. 

United feature syndicate, inc., New York. 6542 

Li'l Abner. Leap year. For wheat breakfast 
food. © Mar. 29, 1944; KK 25019. 

U. S. medical specialty co. See Roberts (Doris 
Marie), d. b. a. U. S. medical specialty co. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 6543 

Somebody told me a tall story. For eye glasses. 
© May 20, 1944; KK 24918. 

Vinco Corp., Detroit. 6544-6545 

For precision instruments: 

Hop, skip and boom! © Feb. 18, 1944; KK 
25001. 

When Hamilton called Vinco, we flew. © 
May 12, 1944; KK 24863. 

Walker (Donald A.), d. b. a. Walker (Donald A.) 
CO., New York. 6546 

Prison your perfume. For cosmetic item. © 

Apr. 15, 1944; KK 25010. 

Walker (Donald A.) co. See Walker (Donald A.), 
d. b. a. Walker (Donald A.) co. 



Weco products co., Chicago. 
For toothbrush: 



6547-6549- 



For health and beauty today, tomorrow, al- 
ways. © Mar. 21, 1944; KK 25049. 

Guard your health for the job ahead! © Apr. 
7, 1943; KK 25054. 

Vital from childhood on, the finest toothbrush. 
© Apr. 28, 1944; KK 25055. 

Wembley, inc., Naw Orleans. 6550 

Again this fall, first in advertising, first in 
consumer demand. For neckties. © Apr. 25, 
1944; KK 24690. 

Weston (Alexander S.) New York. 6551, 6552 

For cigarette lighters & accessories of them: 

Flames with the wind. © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 
24815. 

Mighty mi^ett. © Apr. 21, 1944; KK 24814. 

Weston electrical instrument Corp., Newark, N. J. 

6553 
Weston dial. v. 5, no. 1. For exposure meters. 
© May 18, 1944; KK 24950. 

White (J. J.) mfg. co,. Providence. 6554 

Vitamin CA, you'll find it in jewelry by J. J. 
White. For jewelry. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 24975. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 6555 

Protector of fists. For wire fence. © May 25, 
1944; KK 25125. 

Wilson supply co., Houston. 6556 

Can I produce low-pressure wells cheaply with 
Nixon gas lift? You bet you can mister, with gas 
rotation. For Nixon gas-lift. © May 8, 1944; KK 
24845. 

Wyomissing glazed paper co.. West Readii^, Pa. 

6557 
Wyomissing. For glazed papers. © Feb. 17, 
1944; KK 24714. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 6558 

Thank you, America. For radionic hearii^ aid. 
© May 4, 1944; KK 25017. 

Zimba beverage co., inc.. New York. 6559 

There's always a thirst time. Zimba cola. For 
soft drink beverages. © May 1, 1944; KK 25008. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944r- 2,261 



122 



PRINT OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1909 

[6559 



United States rubber co. 1 

U. S. rubber system. Black, white & black 
stripes. For wearing apparel & rubber products. 
© United States rubber co., New York. RR 107, 
May 13, 1944. 



123 



LABEIJS 



Adams (H. R.), d. b. a. Miami pharmacal co., 
Miami, Fla. 6560 

Lip-eze. For sore lip remedy. © Jan. 14, 1944; 

KK 24671. 

American wire & fabrics corp., New York. 6561 
American brand insect screen cloth. Circles. 
For wire. © Feb. 29, 1944; KK 24933. 

Amherst blanket co., Amherst, Mass. 6562 

Sleep covers. For blankets & other sleep covers. 
© May 5, 1944; KK 24953. 

Ai^el down distributors, Geneva, 111. 6563 

Angel down. For antiseptic baby powder. © 
Feb. 24, 1944; KK 25015. 

Baum (L. L.) Oklahoma City. 6564 

Air view of the world. For air mail paper & 
envelopes. © May 12, 1944; KK 24956. 

Bear brand hosiery co., Chicago. 6565 

Bear brand infant's hosiery. For hosiery. © 
Mar. 12, 1944; KK 25016. 

* 

Beham products co., New York. 6566 

Tropick. For non-alcoholic beverage. © May 
22, 1944; KK 25011. 

Central p^^er co., inc., Muskegon, Mich. 6567 

Di-wype, a superior new type die wiping paper. 
For die wiping paper. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24759. 

Chalmers (Harvey) & son, inc., Amsterdam, N. Y. 

6568 
Glamour for sport shirts. For buttons. © Apr. 
27, 1944; KK 24723. 

Electric game co., inc., Holyoke, Mass. 6569^ 

Double hop top. For toy. © Apr. 27, 1944; 
KK 24854. 

Fischer baking co., Newark, N. J. 6570 

Fischer's buttercup bread. For bread. © Dec. 
10, 1942; KK 24812. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 6571 

Wheaties. For cereal. © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 
24707. 

Gumpertz (WilUam H.) co., Oxnard, Calif. 6572 
Diande brand. For fresh vegetables. © Apr. 
29, 1944; KK 24952. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. 
Y. 6573 

Junket Danish dessert. For ready mixed pudding, 

pie-filling. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 25072. 

Horton laboratories. New York, 6574 

Adonal. For medicinal tablets, pharmaceutical 
preparation. © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 24955. 

International business machine corp.. New York. 

6575 
Electromatic carbon paperfromthe manufactur- 
er of electromatic typewriters. For carbon paper. 
© Apr. 24, 1944; KK 24750. 



Kareem (Abdullah), d. b. a. Wakite products co., 
Philadelphia. 6576 

Watone tonic. For tonic. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 

24766. 

Lewnes (George J.) New York. 6577, 6578 

Lewnes, the aristocrat whipped cream stabilizer. 

For food product which helps light cream to become 

whipped. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 24735. 

Olivia hair stabilizer. For hair tonic. © Apr. 

24, 1944; KK 24736. 

Loewenthal (Siegfried) co., Cleveland. 6579-6584 
For alcoholic beverages: 

Cream of bourbon. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 24648. 

El-padre brand. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 24649. 

Lightning brand. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25073. 

Old track brand. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 24651. 

Skater's brand. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 24650. 

Three generations brand. © Jan. 1, 1944; KK 
24652. 

London & co., inc., Elizabeth, N. J. 6585 

Zemliak. For vodka. © May 1, 1944; KK 24796. 

Major distributing co., Salinas, Calif. 6586 

Major brand. For California carrots. © Apr. 
24, 1944; KK 24582. 

Major vitamins, inc.. New York. 6587, 6588 

For vitamin & mineral tablets: 

Major brand vitamins and minerals. © Feb. 
1, 1944; KK 24579. 

Major brand vitamins and minerals. 24 tab- 
lets 39^. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 24580. 

Miami pharmacal co. See Adams (H. R.), d. b. a. 
Miami pharmacal co. 

Mirror manufacturers assn., Chicago. 6589 

Mirror care. For mirrors. © Apr, 27, 1944; 
KK 25121. 

Modern food products co. See Oyama (Wesley K.), 
d. b. a. Modern food products co. 

National oil products co,, Harrison, N, J. 

6590-6592 
For vitamin oil for animal feed: 

Nopco XXX vitamin A & D feeding oil. © 
Apr. 28, 1944; KK 24747, 

Nopco 400 vitamin A & D feeding oil. © Apr. 
28, 1944; KK 24748. 

Nopco XX fortified cod liver oil. For cod livei 
oil for animal feed, © Apr, 28, 1944; KK 24749, 

Nolan (Luby) Corsicana, Tex, 6593 

Nolan's famous bar-b-cue chicken. For canned 
barbecued chicken, © Apr. 22, 1944; KK 24777, 

Oyama (Wesley K.), d. b. a. Modern food products 
CO., Denver. 6594 

Daimaru brand. For squid packed in soy sauce, 

© Apr, 24, 1944; KK 24711, 

Pillsbury flour mills co,, Minneapolis, 6595-6601 



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no. 5. 1944 



Pillsbury buckwheat wheat and corn pancake 
flour. For buckwheat pancake flour. © Mar. 31, 
1944; KK 24882. 

Pillsbury enriched farina. For cereal. © Mar. 
31, 1944; KK 24881. 

Pillsbury hominy grits. For hominy grits. © 
Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24884. 

Pillsbury pancake flour. For pancake flour. © 
Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24880. 

Pillsbury sno sheen cake flour. For cake flour. 
© Mar. 31, 1944; KK 24879. 

Pillsbury white corn meal. For white corn meal. 
© Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24885. 

Pillsbury yellow corn meal. For yellow corn 
meal. © Apr. 13, 1944; KK 24883. 

Play & learn pub. co.. Grand Rapids, Mich. 6602 
Uncle Bing's swap. For board game & puzzle. 
© May 4, 1944; KK 24730. 

Polytechnical lab. co., inc.. New York. 6603 

Clean air dispels all odors. For deodorant. © 
Mar. 4, 1944; KK 24954. 

Reilly equipment sales co., Milwaukee. 6604 

Rouge-rid. For compound of chemical and abra- 
sive for glass rim. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 24852. 

Spring leaf tea co., inc., New York. 6605 

Tea. For tea. © Apr. 10, 1944; KK 24813. 

Standard toykraft products, inc., Brooklyn. 6606 
Rembrandt true-color pressed crayons. For 
crayons. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 24726. 



6614 



Trade lithogrs^h & ptg, co., inc., New York, 

6607 
Patterson. For hats. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 
25003. 

Wakem & McLaughlin, inc., Chicago. 6608 

Spanish main. For imported Cuban rum. © Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 25071. 

Wakite products co. See Kareem (Abdullah), d.b.a. 
Wakite products co. 

Ward baking co.. New York. 6609, 6610 

Devil's food sandwich. For cake. © Mar. 15, 

1944; KK 24797. 

Tip-top salty rye bread. For rye bread. © Apr. 

15, 1944; KK 24844. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 

6611, 6612 
For wire: 

Clinton brand insect screen cloth. © Feb. 
29, 1944; KK 24767. 

Clinton brand insect screen cloth. Circles. 
© Feb. 29, 1944; KK 24737. 



Windsor -Lloyd products co., Philadelphia. 6613 
Dur-alloy. For automobile mufflers. © May 1, 
1944; KK 24890^ 

Worthman (Irving) Brooklyn, 6614 

Bride's complexion. For facial tissues. © Apr. 
3, 1944; KK 24874, 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



307 



125 



LABEL OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[6614 



Motlow /Lem) 1 

Jersey cream. For wheat flour. © Lem Motlow, 
Lynchburg, Tenn. RR 108, May 9, 1944, 



U. S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE : 1944 O - 607027 



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OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBIJSHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MABCH 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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 6 



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 copyr^ht of Drawings, Paintings, Statues, Statuary, and 
Models or Designs for works of art). In this class a subalphabet of titles is used when the copyright pro- 
prietor 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. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of 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. 
To save space In the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," 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 prints and labels used for articles 
of merchamlise. "©" inq)lles copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photograph or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

The Act of BAarch 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, Washington, D. C, 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 Catalc^ 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 Con^osltions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

Including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise 2.00 

Single numbers .50 

Annual Indexes, each, for complete calendar year 2.00 

All parts for con^>lete calendsir year 10.00 



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The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what boc^s 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 imd still remaining on the shelves of 
the Copyright Office may be returned to the claimant of copyright, imless reserved, under the provisions of 
section 60 of the Act. 

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, 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 copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as bo(*s, periodicals, dramatic 
coiiq}ositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo -engravings, or photo- 
graphs. 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 
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CLASS G 

WORKS OF ART; MODE US OR DESIGNS FOR WORKS OF ART 

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



Americana designs. 
Brandfield (Kitty): 

Doe & stag. © May 6, 1944; G 43656. 



6615 



Avedon (Jacob)* 6616-6618 

Blue jay bird, 850/1 - 850/3. © 1 c. each June 
8, 1944; G 43644-43646. 

Bensinger (Dorotha M.)* 6619-6622 

Pinup, 1-4. © Jan. 21, 1944; G 43712-43715. 

Bishop (Winifred Robinson)* 6623 

V for victory. © 1 c. Jan. 18, 1944; G 43651. 

Boyko (Fred Sigfried)* 6624 

Sweet thoughts. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; G 43727. 

Cole (Alphaeus Philemon)* 6625 

Morse (Samuel F. B.) N. A., 1791-1872. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1944; G 43665. 

Cora (Arthur)* 6626, 6627 

Bones (Skipper Christe) - Pedros el vaquero 

bandito. © 1 c. each June 20, 1944; G 43676, 43677. 

DaPrato (A.) co. 6628 

Woollett (Sidney D.): 

Our Lady of Good Counsel shrine. ® June 12, 
1944; G 43719. 

De Hoffmann (Alexander C.) 6629 

Adeh [pseud, of Alexander C. de Hoffmann) 
Holy Family and the three wise men. © 1 c. 
July 6, 1944; G 43724. 

Disney (Walt) productions. 6630 

Disney (Walt): 

Panchito, 2725. © 1 c. June 8, 1944; G 43648. 

Fenner (Alice Cranston)* 6631-6634 

Evening prayers, - Harpist. - Madonna and 
Child. - Spinet. © Dec. 22, 1943; G 43708-43711. 

Fix (Betty S.)* 6635-6647 

Buzzy. - Captain Cod. - George the Great. - 
Gooby, the flying flipper. - Hector, the guard. - 
Hook, Lyne & Zinker, the fishy trio. - Idabell. - 
Musical seashell. - Nanna, the nurse. - Percy, the 
page. - Professor Mossback. - QueenMae. - Wake- 
field. © 1 c. each June 16, 1944; G 43694-43706. 



Freel (John A.)* 6648 

Honor the physician. © Mar. 10, 1944; G 43851. 

Gilbert (Lulu Emma Evarts)* 6649 

Queen Cleo. © 1 c. June 15, 1944; G 43550. 



Oilman (J. P.) granite co. 
Bliss design co.: 



6650 



Huntley (Harvey L. & Hazel M.) & Purnell 
(William W. & Margaret B.) memorial, 796. © Dec. 
1, 1943; G 43652. 

Grigassy (Julius) 6651-6657 

Sturm (Francis) Word spoken by Jesus on the 
cross: 

First, 1. - Second, 2. Fifth, 5. - Sixth, 6. - 
Seventh, 7. © 1 c. each June 2, 1944; G 43658- 
43664. 

Hintermeister (Hy.)* 6658, 6659 

Matter of points. - Not this time, old girl. © 1 
c. each July 4, 1944; G 43721, 43722. 



Irvin (Melita McCormack)* 

Frog. © June 5, 1944; G 43707. 



6660 



Jennewein (C. Paul)* 6661 

Blood donor. © 1 c. June 21, 1944; G 43688. 

Johnson (Amelia A.)* 6662-6667 

Iris. - Peonies. - Primrose. - Roses. - Stock 
and narcissus. - Stock and sweet peas. © 1 c. each 
June 20, 1944; G 43670-43675. 

Kramarski (Harry)* 6668-6671 

Kramer's art creation: 

Child. - Dancer. - Duckling. - Santa Claus. 
© 1 c. each June 22, 1944; G 43684-43687. 

Lesher (Jacob Charles)* 6672 

Crucifixion crosses. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; G 
43726. 

Lockwood, Kessler & Bartlett, inc. 6673 

Simone (Arthur R.): 

Lockwood, Kessler and Bartlett, engineers, 
surveyors. © 1 c. June 7, 1944; G 43730. 

McMillan (Hallie Wightman)* 6674 

Peace flag. © 1 c. June 9, 1944; G 43717. 

McNally (John F.)* 6675, 6676 

Baseball scorer. - Boxing scorer. ® 1 c. each 
June 8, 1944; G 43689, 43690. 



Mich (Harry)* 

Basic laws. © May 15, 1944; G 43643. 



6677 



Miller (Edna-Mae)* 6678 

Junior hostess. © 1 c. June 9, 1944; G 43669. 

Morton (Charlotte Augusta)* 6679 

Patriarch. © 1 c. June 5, 1944; G 43650. 

Naef (C.) & Ruhnau. (Frank)* 6680 

Children of the moon. © 1 c. May 26, 1944; G 
43653. 



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Orr (Louis)* 6681 

North Carolina State Capitol, at Raleigh. © May 
20, 1944; G 43725. 

Osborne co. 6682-6685 

De Maris (Walter): 

Industrial picture, 4865. © 1 c. June 22, 
1944; G 43681. 
Grant (Gordon): 

Modern battleship, 4857. © June 22, 1944; G 
43683. 

Hintermeister (Hy [i. e. John Henry]): 

Fishing picture, 4863, © 1 c. June 22, 1944; 
G 43682. 

Howitt (John Newton): 

Pilot seeing son for first time, 4869. © 1 c. 
June 22, 1944^ G 43680. 



Plotkin (Philip)* 

Slapjack. © 1 c. May 24, 1944; G 43657. 



6686 



Poe (Owen James)* 6687 

Joe College. © 1 c. June 27, 1944; G 43693. 

Potteiger (M. S.) & sons. 6688 

Miln (Dana C): 

Potteiger monument. © 1 c. May 27, 1944; 
G 43728. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 6689, 6690 

Song of the birds. - Symphony of life. © 1 c. 
each June 13, 1944; G 43654, 43655. 

Rubinstein (McUy)* 6691, 6692 

Modern dancer; 

Left, 362. - Right, 362. © Jan. 15, 1944; 
G 43667, 43668. 



pt. IV. n. s.. V. 39 



Scotto (Gerard John)* 6693, 6694 

Home rosary. © Apr. 29, June 20, 1944; G 
43679, 43691. 

Soares (Joaquim Pita) 6695 

Paulekos (Vito A.): 

Standing American soldier and girl. © Mar. 
11, 1944; G 43720. 

StoU (Ignatius)* 6696 

McNicolas (John T.) Archbishop of Cincinnati. 
© 1 c. May 29, 1944; G 43647. 

Taylor (Alma Beth)* 6697 

Bear. © 1 c. June 12, 1944; G 43649. 

Waddell (Mary M.)* 6698 

Repeat. © 1 c. May 22, 1944; G 43716. 

Wittman (Alex)* 6699, 6700 

Playtime, 1, 2. © June 1, 1944; G 43731, 43732. 

Zank (G. Herrmiann)* 6701 

Worth remembering, 1843-1943. © 1 c. June 16, 
1944; G 43678. 

Zellie. 6702, 6703 

Canter (Eleanor Zellie): 

Fat prima donna with music book. © May 
26, 1942; G 43666. 

Stout tenor. © June 20, 1944; G 43718. 



Ziff-Davis pub. co. 

EUlston (Henrietta E.): 

Polly. © 1 c. June 9, 1944; G 43692. 



6704 



Ziolkowski (Korczak)* 6705 

Stark (General John J.) © 1 c. June 21, 1944; G 
43729. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 1,154 



128 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Air conditioning utilities co. 6706 

Type Y terminal & type W volume controller, 
plan 461. © May 31, 1944; I 34667. 

Albert (Paul McHenry) 6707 

Solution of Manning's formula V-14r^ "■ I ^ 4- 
© 1 c. June 15, 1944; I 34687. ^ ^ 

Albree (G. Norman) 6708 

Albree cutter -head. © 1 c. June 13, 1944; I 
34668. 



Allen (Robert Wayne) 6709 

Computation of roll dim[iension^ for flush pin 
gages, © 1 c. June 16, 1944; I 34739. 

Altes brewing co. . 6710 

Altes [1944 calendar] © Apr. 1, 1944; K 55781. 

American mutual liability insurance co. 6711 

Even the stars can be wrong. © 1 c. May 11, 
1944; K 55794. 

Anderson (Karl Oscar) 6712 

United for victory. © May 11, 1944; K 55738. 

Armitage (James L.) 6713 

Doin' your part. © May 8, 1944; J 38766. 

Associate engineers. 6714 

Assembly and details [of j two-horse trailer, E- 
186. © Mar. 25, 1944; I 34703. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 6715-6726 

C. I. brake shoe, 5842. - C. S. brake beam 
clevis, 3818 R/L. - C. S. dead lever fulcrum, 2956 
I^L. - Cast iron hub, 11879, - Forged steel pinion, 
5524-H. - S. C. bearing, 11945. - S. C. diaphragm, 
9669, - S, C. end plate, 9651 R/L, - S. C, front 
draft lugs, 11948 R/L. - S. C. rear draft lug. 9671. 
- S. C. top diaphragm, 9668. - 20 ton bottom dump 
elec. scale car, 2-615-N. © 1 c. each June 29, 
1944; I 34751-34762. 

Audio productions, inc. 6727, 6728 

Engineering measurement with light waves. - 
Engineering X ray inspection. © May 5, 1944; J 
36698, 36899. 

Barber (Hiram E.) 6729 

Improved air cleaner for airplane engines. © 1 
c. June 24, 1944; I 34719. 

Barnett (Donald Gilbert) 6730 

' Gas reserve estimation chart. © May 27, 1944: 

134658, 

Bauer (John) 6731 

Three piece double head motor, © 1 c, June 12, 
1944; I 34712, 



Beals lithograph & ptg, co., inc. 6732 

Greetings from Union, New Jersey, 13 AT 167. 
© June 12, 1944; K 55804, 

Bernard picture co, 6733-6742 

Bernard: 

Arrangement, 1, 2. - At the seaside, 1, 2. - 
Beginning, 1, 2. - Chinese pastroal, 1, 2. - Flower 
girl, 1, 2. © June 20, 1944; K 55859-55868. 

Bethlehem steel co. 6743 

Fire halts steel on the way to the ships on the 
ways. Do your part to prevent fire. © May 15, 
1944; K 55760. 

Black (Nellas C.) 6744-6763 

Common stock, weekly bid and asked quotations: 
1937-1939. - 1940-1942. - 1943-1945. ©Apr. 
21, 1944; I 34671, 34673, 34674. 

Common stock, wedcly high and low quotations 
based on sales: 

1931-1933. - 1934-1936. © Apr. 21, 1944; 
I 34675, 34676. 

Comparison of earned premiums, 1936 to 1941. 
© Apr. 12, 1944; I 34698. 

Debentures outstanding and asset values behind 
them, as of December 31, eachyear. - Policyholders 
surplus of subject company compared to average of 
16 comparable coix4>anles, as of December 31, each 
year. © Apr. 21, 1944; I 34682, 34685. 

Five year average underwriting profit and in- 
crease in premium reserve equity, years 1937- 
1941, as of December 31, each year, according to 
casualty experience exhibit for: 

1941. - 1941, with note. © Apr. 21, 1944; 
I 34680, 34681 

Incurred loss ratios, losses and expenses: 

1918 thru 1943 for workmens' con4)ensatlon 
business, as of December 31, each year. - 1923 
thru 1943 for auto liability business, as of December 
31, each year. © Apr. 21, 1944; I 34672, 34884, 

Legend: 

Admitted assets as shown on records and 
annual statements as of Dec, 81, of each year. - 
Common stock at par value; junior preferred 
stocks at asset preference, ignoring dividends; 
senior preferred stocks at asset preference, - 
Liquidating value per share of conunon stock as 
per books and records following the customary 
practice of determlnias liquidating values, - Net 
premiums written as shown on records and annual 
statements as of Dec. 31, of each year. © Apr. 12, 
1944; I 34694-34697, 

Liquidating value to R, F. C. preferred stock: 
Outstanding with reduced capitalization, - 
Plus ui^ald dividend as of December 31, each year, 
© Apr. 21, 1944; I 34679, 34683. 

Ratio of capital funds to all other liabilities, 
taken from annual statement of companies, Decem- 
ber 31: 

1941. - 1943. © Apr. 21, 1944; I 34677, 
34678. 



129 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Bland (William G.) 6764 

Victory bridge and Liberty bell, Rochester, N. 
Y., 5th war loan drive, June, 1944, Main St., at 
Stone. © June 28, 1944; J 36818. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 6765-6767 

Centerless plastic bearing, 180° swing, with 

canoilock. - Isometric stencil and triangle. © 1 c. 

each July 7, 1944; I 34788, 34789. 

Ex-cell-o bushing stencil, 440625. © 1 c. July 

4, 1944; I 34785. 

Brant (Lewis W.) 6768 

Industrial Ogden, Utah's nerve center. © 1 c. 
May 26, 1944; I 36775. 

Bressler editorial cartoons, inc. Victory -builders 
div. 6769-6772 

He captured a hill with a telephone. - You've 

got a hand in the fight! © May 15, 1944; K 55800, 

55803. 

Today's minute man. - You can't win a ball game 

lyii^ down! © June 7, 1944; K 55801, 55802. 

Brown & Bigelow. 6773-6784 

All in favor of this motion, say ah, 34351. - Do 
you still prefer blondes, 34344. - Fur goodness 
sake, 34341. - He saw right through my little scheme 
34343. - I'm single, but, that could be altered, 
34346. - Maybe I should show more discretion, 
34342. - Oh, I'm holding my own, thanks, 34345. - 
See, I can imitate birds, too, 34352. - Shall I dis- 
play my ability, 34347. - Sorry, I'm all tied up for 
tonight, 34348. - Well, I'd like to see more of you, 
too, 34350. - Why, we're barely acquainted, 34349. 
© June 16, 1944; K 55846-55857. 

Buell (Marjorie H.) 6785 

Little Lulu and her pals. © May 19, 1944; K 
55779. 

Bullis (Zaidee C.) 6786-6810 

Tommy Tucker, squirrel in bath. Soap-dish, 
comb, soap, brush, tooth brush, tooth paste. © 1 c. 
June 19, 1944; J 36731. 

Tommy Tucker, squirrel in model. Old rose 
colonial costume and hat. © 1 c. June 19, 1944; J 
36744. 

Tommy Tucker, squirrel model: 

Alice blue costume and bonnet to match. On 
bench. - Alice blue costume, dish and nuts. - Alice 
blue gown costume, peanuts on red, white and blue 
ribbon. - Black and white plaid costume, tail up, 
front paws together. - Blue satin ribbon costume. 
- Blue satin ribbon costume with beads. Asleep on 
bench. Vase and flowers. - Dotted costume. With 
basket on arm. - Dutch costume with apron and 
bonnet. Tail up. - Flowered costume, large hat on 
arm. - Gingham costume. Asleep with his mail. - 
Gingham costume, barrel and money. - Gingham 
costume, eating flowers. - Gingham costume, with 
large hat on arm. - Green silk St. Patrick, with 
roses and leaves costume. - Long full skirt with 
ruffle costume, pearl necklace. - Overall, hat on 
back of head. - Overall, large hat on arm. - Pink 
gingham, pointed braid costume. - Red cross 
costume, with flag of children of American revolu- 
tion. - Red cross, tank, two soldiers. - Red, white 
and blue costume, flag. - White net ribbon pleated 
costume, pearlnecklace. - Wide Alice blue costume 
with bonnet. © 1 c. each June 19, 1944; J 36729, 
36730, 36732-36743, 36745-36753. 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 

Caldwell (Edward Lee) 6811 

American covenant union of Protestant men. © 
May 8, 1944; K 55763. 

Catalda fine arts, inc.. New York. 6812-6821 

Blives (Mile, de) 738; by Jean Marc Nattier. - 
Blue boy, 736; by Thomas Gainsborough. - Crocker 
(Miss) 734; by Thomas Lawrence. - Euston (Miss) 
735; by John Hoppner. - Festival, 929; by Jean B. J. 
Pater. - Pastorale, 731; by Angelica Kauffmann. - 
Picnie, 928; by Jean B. J. Pater. - Pinkie, 735; 
by Thomas Lawrence. - Renaud (Mile, de) 737; by 
Jean Marc Nattier. © Sept. 16, 1943; H 2742-2750. 
Musicale, 732, by J. B. Hilalre, © Sept. 16, 
1943; H 2751. 

Chandler (Warren Barrett) 6822 

Warren Chandler, the understandii^ friend. © 
Apr. 3, 1944; K 55822. 

Chicago Blackhawks & Johnson (Nestor) skate co. 

6823 
Chicago Black Hawks, 1943-44. © Nov. 12, 
1943; K 55775. 

Church of Jesus Christ, inc. 6824 

Church of Jesus Christ, incorporated. © Apr. 24, 
1944; K 55796. 



Cleland (T. M.) 

Winter. © June 20, 1944; K 55798. 



6825 



Cleofe (Lawrence) 6826 

Railroad speed safety device. © 1 c. June 13, 
1944; J 36712. 

Coca-cola co. 6827 

Signs make sense. © June 5, 1944; J 36815. 

Colbert (George J.) 6828 

Safety cylinder for hydraulic brakes. © 1 c. 
June 24, 1944; I 34725. 

Colgate-Palmolive-Post co. 6829-6836 

H no. 1 i H no. 8. © 1 c. each June 10, 1944; 

I 32659-32^6. 



Colonial co. 

Flying bird. © June 10, 1944; K 55778. 



6837 



Colt (C. T.) 6838 

Juice extractor. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34731. 

Coulter (Charles S.) & Romanet (Colette) 6839 

Device to show ribbons in miniature for war 
medals and badges. © 1 c. June 26, 1944; I 34735. 

DeFilipp (Armando P.) 6840 

Music stand. © 1 c. June 22, 1944; I 34709. 

Dennis (M. G.) 6841 

Steeplechase. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; I 34747. 

Dodd (James Andrew) 6842 

East (Tom T.) © June 15, 1944; J 36754. 

Dowd (Arthur) , 6843 

Washington (Booker T.) [and] George Wash- 
ii^ton Carver memorial stamp. © Mar. 6, 1944; 
K 55783. 

Dukeshire (William Phares) 6844 

Dukeshire's position line plotter. © 1 c. May 
13, 1944; I 34691. 



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n o. 6, 1944 



6902 



Dusinberre (Henry Warner) 6845 

Dusinberre star diagram. © 1 c. May 17, 1944; 
I 34686. 

Dwlggins (Leonard Joseph) 6846 

Side views of screwdriver with retractible hand- 
les. © 1 c. June 5, 1944; I 34710. 

Eastman (Alonzo Rodrick) 6847, 6848 

Roving water tank. - Unver water firearms. © 
1 c. each June 6, 1944; J 36819, 36820. 

Enabnit (Merlin G.) 6849-6854 

Camouflage. - Delaying action. - Lights out. - 
One belle and all's well. - She hits the spot. - 
Squad's riot. © June 1, 1944; K 55769-55774. 

Feldman (Herman Wolfe) 6855 

Telescoped hydraulic ram. © 1 c. June 29, 
1944; I 34763. 

Ferrous metals corp. 6856 

Spheroidization chart for Z -metal. © May 12, 
1944; I 34701. 

Fox (Joe) 6857 

Joe Fox manipulation chart. © June 8, 1944; K 
55814. 

Gardner (Harry A.) ir. 6858, 6859 

G. I. Amawolf. © May 20, 1944; K 55762. 
Sea wolf. © May 5, 1944; K 55761. 

Garner pub. corp. 6860 

World war IL [Soldiers honor roll] © Mar. 10, 
1944; K 55720. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 6861-6867 

Back up the big push! © Apr. 26, 1944; K 55842. 

Every American soldier overseas depends on 
you at home. © May 9, 1944; K 55840. 

He did his best, so must we. © Apr. 20, 1944; 
55843. 

His future depends on us. © Apr, 13, 1944; K 
55841. 

Memorial day. May 30, 1944. © May 22, 1944; 
K 55845. 

Victory pace. © May 3, 1944; K 55844. 

We gotta' keep pluggin' every day. © June 23, 
1944; K 55813. 

Gibson (Robert M.) 6868 

Air injecting pipe. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34724. 

Gilbert (Stanley) 6869 

Stand by America. © June 12, 1944; K 55797. 

Grant (W. T.) co. 6870 

Open to buy, © 1 c. July 7, 1944; J 36821. 

Greyhound corp. 6871, 6872 

Protect the life line! How to prevent rear-end 

colUsions, 2. © 1 c, July 7, 1944; J 36823. 

Protect the life line. How to prevent sideswipe 

collisions, 1. © 1 c. June 19, 1944; I 36726. 

Griffin (Wayne S.) 6873 

Game of cops and tourists. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; 
I 34726. 

Grigassy (Julius) 6874 

In remembrance of my first Holy Communion, 
© May 22, 1944; K 55858. 



Gross (Edward ) co., inc. 6875-6879 

Holy Family, C-2. - Miraculous Infant of Prague, 
C-5. - Sacred Heart of Jesus, C-3. - Sacred Heart 
of Mary, C-4. - Veronica's veil, C-1. © May 26, 
1944; K 55747-55751, 

Grothaus (Gerard George) 6880 

Apparition, Mary the star of the sea to Christo- 
pher Columbus, © Jan. 10, 1944; K 55819. 

Hail (Durham D.) 6881 

Stride rule. Multiple protractor. © 1 c. May 12, 
1944; I 34715. 

Hallard (Willis H.) 6882, 6883 

Irene Myrtle, a three master. - Schooner Irene 
Myrtle. © June 26, 1944; J 36813, 36814. 

Hamlet news co, 6884 

United States paratroops, Camp Mackall, N. C, 
© Nov, 27, 1943; K 55815. 

Harbour (George O.) & Messall (G. M.) 6885 
Internal cuttii^ tube miller for boiler and con- 
denser tubes, optional for various sizes. © 1 c. 
May 20, 1944; I 34670. 

Harris (Clarence J.) 6886 

Remote controlled toy electric shovel. © 1 c. 
June 24, 1944; I 34734, 

Hartnett (Joseph R.) 6887 

No-arc fuse. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; I 34743. 

Hawley (Don E.) 6888 

Rotorpunch shaker. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; 
I 34729. 

Hearst publications, inc. 6889 

Exclusive photo! Polygamy in big way. © 1 c. 
Mar. 22, 1944; K 55739. 

Hendrickson (Bernard D.) 6890 

Startrite saw. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34717. 

Hess (Alfred) 6891 

Sonora Pass highway views, A 11. © June 6, 
1944; J 36715. 

Hier (Elvet Thomas) 6892 

Hier's tire inflation safety indicator. © 1 c. 
July 8, 1944; I 34791. 

Higby (Samuel) camp institute for better posture. 

6893, 6894 

How does your posture line up? Straighten 
your line of balance - appearance, health, efficien- 
cy. © Apr. 14, 1944; K 55745. 

How good is your posture? Stand tall, sit tall, 
walk tall. © Apr. 14, 1944; K 55744. 

Hill (Harry Capelle) 6895, 6896 

France, a salute to you by the Red, White and 
Blue. - Lafayette, we are on the way. © May 20, 
1944; K 55742, 55743. 

Hotson (John H.) 6897, 6898 

I pledge allegiance: 

Me too. - With liberty and justice, and catnip 
for all. © 1 c. each June 27, 1944; J 36773, 36774. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 6899-6902 

Dreams of victory. - Home front is the second 
front. - Team work does it. - Their real pin-up 
girl. © June 23, 1944; K 55823-55826. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



6903 



pt. IV. n. s.. V. 39 



Institute for the advancement of chirodiotic thought. 

6903 
Chirodios, the touch of health. © Mar. 10, 1944; 
K 55817. 

International art pub. co., inc., Detroit. 6904 

Big Thompson Cafion, Colorado; by Robert Wood. 
© July 6, 1944; H 2759. 

Jamieson film co. 6905-6909 

Aircraft work inspection: 

Hardness testing, Rockwell, 5, filmstrip 249. 

- Inspection of minor assemblies, 2, filmstrip, 146. 

- Inspection of plumbing and piping, 3, filmstrip 
147. - Inspection of sheet metsLl parts, 1, filmstrip 
145. - Inspection of threads, 4, filmstrip 148. © 
June 1, 1944; J 36716-36720. 

Jeffries (Morris Howard) 6910 

Football souvenir bookends. © 1 c. June 16, 
1944; I 34688. 

Jones (Glenn D.) 6911 

Mickey's equilibrium. © 1 c. May 9, 1944; J 
36721. 

Jones (Walter Leland) 6912 

Car top loader. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; I 34748. 

Knapp (George Howard) 6913 

EeitodfRe modulation in radio transmission and 
the Knapp system of faetrodyne modulation. © 1 c. 
June 17, 1944; I 34693. 

Konuclk (George J.) 6914 

Strop protector. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; I 34750. 

Lindenberger (W. Harry) 6915 

Moonlight on Lake Gregory, P. O. Crestline, 
Calif., 4003. © June 13, 1944; K 55799. 

Locke (Felicia Lee) 6916 

Look to this day. © Apr. 29, 1944; K 55780. 

Loosli (D. Herschel) 6917 

Novelty items. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34722. 

Loucks & Norling studios. 6918, 6919 

Telescopic alidade, part 1, SN- 1370c. © 1 c. 

May 3, 1944; J 36722. 

Telescopic alidade, part 2, SN-1370d. © 1 c. 

May 20, 1944; J 36811. 

Luckenbill (Arthur E.) 6920-6927 

Rhinelander logging museum, 1-8. © June 28, 
1944; J 36776-36783. 

McCartney (Orris) 6928, 6929 

Figure DD. © 1 c. June 12, 1944; I 34689. 
Figure One-B. © 1 c. Apr. 8, 1944; I 3469G. 

McQueeny Qohn Ward) 6930 

Watch me grow. © May 27, 1944; K 55820. 

Market tides. 6931 

Market Udes. Supply demand. © Feb. 10, 1944; 
I 34737. 

Mastromonaco (Michael J.) 6932 

Adjustable door hinge. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; 
I 34728. 

Mayfield (Edith) 6 McFarlane (Kathryn) 6933 

Game of brefo. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34727. 



Mead Johnson & co. 6934 

While baby sleeps. © 1 c. Apr. 26, 1944; K 
55764. 

Memorial specialty co. 6935 

[Orchid ribbon tied bow knot, four lilies orchid 
stalks in bunch] © Dec. 31, 1943; K 55782. 

Mikesell (Herbert Sumpter) 6936 

Mikesell separatory funnel. © Ic.June 26, 1944; 
I 34736. 

Millner (J. R.) co., inc. 6937 

Lynchburg honor roll. © June 12, 1944; K 55821. 

Millsaps (W. H.) 6938 

Air derby game. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34730. 

Minneapolis star journal & tribune. 6939 

On the beam. © 1 c. July 7, 1944; J 36822. 

Minnesota retail hardware assn. 6940 

Details of stock set-up hardware display fix- 
tures. © 1 c. May 12, 1944; I 34692-. 

Mohrdieck (Martin) 6941 

V gap chuck. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34718. 

National fire protection assn. 6942 

Please don't smoke where fires may start, JH 
1. © May 1, 1944; K 55784. 

National tuberculosis assn. 6943 

Buy Christmas seals, protect your home from 
tuberculosis. © May 15, 1944; K 55766. 

Neer (Joe J.) 6944 

Neer insurance agency. © Feb. 8, 1944; K 55777. 

Nelson (Milton A.) 6945 

Autumn, Provo River. © Mar. 30, 1944; J 36817. 



Nettels (Elsie M.) 

Jolly kitten. © Apr. 24, 1944; J 36723. 



6946 



New Hampshire (State) 6947, 6948 

New Hampshire tobacco products tax. 2 cents, 

85158. © May 19, 1944; K 55741. 

New Hampshire tobacco products tax. 4 1/2 

cents, 85159. © May 19, 1944; K 55740. 

Nichols (James Alfred) 6949 

Gas turbine cycles. © 1 c. June 30, 1944; 
I 34764. 

Niemeyer (Lambert B.) 6950 

Paper clip. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; I 34746. 

Norcross. 6951-6953 

For our daughter's birthday with love from 

mother and dad, 15B755. © May 19, 1944; K 55791. 
Isn't it your birthday or am I too early or too 

late, 15B608. - Twofold wish for your birthday, 

25B155. © June 10, 1944; K 55792, 55793. 

Nutt (Howard E.) ^ 6954 

Perforated envelopes. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; 
I 34749. 

Nybak (Olaf) 6955 

Magnetic sigtol control. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; 
I 34744. 



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7032 



O'Connor (Vincent) 6956 

Keep in the green! © May 1, 1944; I 34790. 

Omar, inc. 6957, 6958 

Check, and double check. - On the nose. © June 
5, 1944; J 36713, 36714. 

Osborne co. 6959-6962 

Child in tomato garden, P2064. - Cows near 
creek, P2065. - Little girl washing, P2066. - Men 
in bateau, P2083. © 1 c. each Jime 22, 1944; 
J 36768-36771 

Ostrum (John M. L.) 6963 

Tobacco pouch. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; I 34745. 

Patterson (Margaret Bent) 6964 

DuraUon Christmas. © 1 c. Nov. 26, 1943; K 
55752. 

Philco Corp. 6965 

Phil Philco says. © B«ay 19, 1944; K 55787. 

Pittsburgh-Des Moines steel co. 6966 

Enthalpy, total heat, in BTU per lb. of dry air, 
10399. © Dec. 9, 1943; I 34740. 

Place (Claude A.) 6967 

Emeral Lake, Rutland r. r. U. S. route 7, Green 
Mts., Vt. © June 26, 1944; J ^6772. 

Plasticon Seattle. 6968 

This is America. © May 25, 1944; K 55805. 

Poor man (Frank P.) 6969 

Linoleum machine attachment. © 1 c. June 24; 
1944; I 34720. 

Popular dogs pub. co. & Gaines research kennels. 

6970-6972 
Not blood but prepotency of the individual that 
counts. - Proof of a pedigree's value is the worth 
of the animal produced. - Small seed, average 
sized seed, large seed. © 1 c. each June 2, 1944; 
K 55806-55808 

Portugal (Eugene J.) 6973 

Celestial navigation plotter. © 1 c. June 3, 1944; 
I 34738. 

Potter (Harry W.) 8974 

Great Lsdkes schooner Challenge. © May 29, 
1944; I 34656. 

Powell (LeRoy G.) 6975 

Rolling hitch. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34733. 

Providence lithograph co. 6976-6996 

All things to enjoy. - Beauty of the earth. - 

David and the sleeping king. - David anointed king. 

- Finding a friend. - Homes for little creatures. - 
I will love Thee, O Lord. - I will pray unto the 
Lord. - Israel's first king. - Kingdom strongly 
established. - Learning about Jesus. - Paul aj^ 
Timothy. - Rebekah waters the camels. - Religion 
in the life of a nation. © June 28, 1944; K 55869- 
55882. 

Copping (Harold): 

[Boy Jesus in the temple] - [Brazen serpent] 

- [Esther in the king's court] - [Paul and Luke] - 
[Paul and LydiaJ © June 28, 1944; H 2752-2754, 
2757, 2758. 



Home where Jesus loved to go; by Elsie Amia 
Wood. - Jesus and the children; by Leslie H. G. 
Harries. © June 28, 1944; H 2755, .2756. 

Pullman co. 6997-7006 

Don't go around blowing about it, do something, 
17. © Apr. 25, 1944; K 55884. 

Don't wait till it rains to fix the hole in the roof, 
19. © May 9, 1944; K 55886. « 

Make your dreams come true, 26. © June 23, 
1944; K 55893. 

Make your pockets jingle, 23. © June 6, 1944: K 
55890. 

Mid-night oil pays you educational dividends, 25. 
© June 20, 1944; K 55892. 

Time's valuable, 24. © June 13, 1944; K 55891. 

Wake up. Act now, 18. © May 2, 1944; K 55885. 

We have a job to do, 21. © May 23, 1944; K 
55888. 

Weigh your ideas, 20. © May 16, 1944; K 55887. 

Win extra money, 22. © May 30, 1944; K 55889. 

Raymond (Norton G.) 7007 

Pancake warmer. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; I 34732. 

Ringling bros. & Barntim & Bailey combined shows, 
inc. 7008, 7009 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey: 

[Giraffe] The greatest show on earth. - 

World s most beautiful spectacle, Panto's paradise. 

© May 30, 1944; K 55767, 55768. 

Rockstrom (Eric A.) 7010 

Post-war home. © 1 c. May 31, 1944; I 34657. 

Roth (August H.) 7011 

Walking Scottie dog. © 1 c. May 18, 1944; 
I 34669. 



Rox (Henry) 
Skin game. 



7012 



1 c. May 26, 1944; K 55816. 



St. Louis zoological board of control. 7013-7023 
St. Louis zoo: 

Animal training, 1, 2. - Chimpanzees. - Cock 
of the rock. - Elephant training, 1, 2. - Flamii^os. 
- Giant pandas. - Nyala antelope. - Polar bear 
cubs. > Reptile house interior. © June 16, 1944; K 
55829-55839. 

Sands & sons. 7024 

Stra-ta-gee. © Apr. 10, 1940; I 34702. 

Scates (Charles E.) 7025 

Braking device and improvements. © June 24, 
1944; I 34723. 

Schumaker (Leo C.) 7026 

Do you want this, or this? © June 3, 1944; K 
55776. 

Scott aviation corp. 7027-7029 

Brake pressure unit no. B-711, pedal t]rpe,J-3. 

© Apr. 7, 1944; I 34705. 

Scott adjustable spring connector no. 1885. © 

May 10, 1944; I 34706. 

Scott model 1744 hub cap, axle conversion kit. 

© Feb. 28, 1944; I 34704. 

Shattuck (Frank G.) co. 7030-7082 

Selling at Schrafft's. - Tremendous trifles. - 
Your order, please? © 1 c. each June 19, 1944; J 
36724, 36727, 36728. 



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Snyder (Cecil Vern) j|r_. & Snyder (Cecil LeRoy) ^. 

7033 
Perpetual water power plant. © 1 c. June 24, 
1944; I 34713. 

Soukup (Lad) 7034 

Finned shot gun slug. © 1 c. June 24, 1944; 
I 34721. 

Southern Baptist convention. Sunday school board. 

7035 
Conversion of Saul. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1944; K 
55765. 

Sparks (John Bertram) 7036 

'' Mandala of the eight paths to God. © Mar. 6, 
1944; K 55818. 

Standard oil co. of California. '?037 

Standard takes better care of my car too. © Apr. 
22, 1944; K 55746. 

Steila (John) jr. 7038, 7039 

Kingdom of God, Father of Lights. - Nature of 
man. © 1 c. each June 2, 1944; I 34699, 34700. 

Stein (Jack) 7040 

Pioneer cellarless house. © 1 c. June 8, 1944; 
I 34711. 

Steward (Howard W.) 7041-7051 

Alaska^. 

Interior, Russian church. - Russian priest 
and church, St. Paul's lid. © Feb. 1, 1925; J 36757, 
36758. 

Boise, Idaho, Piatt gardens and U. P. station. © 
June 1, 1940; J 36755. 

Ma Goodlatau at Chitina, Alaska. - Pair of giants 
in search of gold. © Oct. 10, 1928; J 36760, 36763. 

Mountain sheep, Mt. McKinley national park. © 
Oct. 1, 1930; J 36765. 

Red and king salmon at New England packit^ co. 
dock, Cordova, Alaska. © July 1, 1927; J 36759. 

Wild mountain goat, Alaska. © May 1, 1928; J 
36756. 

Wild reindeer on Bristol Bay range, Alaska. © 
Oct. 1, 1929; J 36764. 

Wright whale taken at Port Hobron, Alaska, 1, 2. 
© Mar. 1, 1927; J 36761, 36762. 

Stratton (Roland J.) 7052 

Goats. © t c. June 30, 1944; J 36812. 

Swafford & Koehl, inc. 7053 

Eater's digest of a gastronomical journey through 
the U. S. A. © June 29, 1944; K 55883. 

Swift & CO. 7054 

Write your own ticket. © 1 c. June 19, 1944; J 
36725. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 7055-7065 

Greetings from: 

Beautiful Beaufort, S. C, by the sea, 3B- 
H1104. © Feb. 24, 1944; K 55755. 

Desert training center, 3B-H860. © Mar. 1, 
1944; K 55753. 

Douglas, Georgia, 3B343-N. © Mar. 18, 
1944; K 55757. 

Fort George Wright, Washington, 3B-H1149. 
© Dec. 31, 1943; K 55811. 

Hartford, Conn., 3B-H1105. © Jan. 6, 1944; 
K 55810. 



Kewanee, Illinois, 3B-H985. © Feb. 23, 
1944; K 55759. 

Manhattan, Kansas, 3B-H742. ©Jan. 12, 1944; 
K 55812. 

Ozarks, 3B386-N. © Mar. 27, 1944; K 55756. 

St. Joseph, Missouri, 3B188-N, © Jan, 31, 
1944; K 55809. 

Wilson, N. C, the world's largest bright leaf 
tobacco market, 3B-H1096. © Mar. 1, 1944; K 
55754. 

Yippie ! Here I am with my ass out in Arizona, 
2B-H1581, © Mar. 2, 1944; K 55758. 

Thieme (Anthony) 7066, 7607 

New England winter. © June 19, 1944; K 55795. 
Summer morning. © June 12, 1944; K 55789. 

Thompson (Melvin L.) 7068 

M. L. Thompson plan of water and soil conser- 
vation and flood controL ©1 c. June 5, 1944; I 34716. 

Timken roller bearing co. 7069 

Appeal from General Vandegrift, buy war bonds! 
© 1 c. May 10, 1944; K 55785. 

Tripke (Paul) 7070 

Heart of our democracy. © June 9, 1944; K 
55828. 

Turchan follower machine co. 7071 

Proposal for vertical attachment for hydraulic 
slotting machine. © 1 c. June 26, 1944; I 34714. 

United air lines, ind. 7072 

Air transportation, behind the scenes of a coast- 
to-coast flight. © Apr. 24, 1944; J 36697. 

Upham (Daniel J.) 7073 

Wheelbarrow brake. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; 
I 34742. 

Valentine (J. W.) co., inc. 7074 

Another American service flag. © 1 c. Apr. 20, 
1944; K 55790. 

Vernon-Benshoff co. 7075 

[Vernon-Benshoff dental patient education chart] 
plate 2. © July 1, 1944; I 34786. 

Vocafilm corp. 7076-7102 

Computer mark 7. Anti-aircraft barrage fire, 
SN-1805C. - Elements of an anti-aircraft fire con- 
trol system, parts 1, 2, SN-3193c, d. © 1 c. each 
June 29, 1944; J 36784, 36785, 36799. 
Shipbuilding skills: 

Coppersmith. Flaring and reducing, SN- 
2346m. - Coppersmith. Working out branches from 
a line SN-2346n. - Pipefitting. Fitting and install- 
ing a section of piping aboard ship, SN-2337p. - 
Pipefitting. Making a wire template, SN-2337n. - 
Sailmaklng. Seabag, layout and assembly, SN - 
2343m. - Sheetmetalwork. Transition piece, square 
to round. Layout and fabrication, SN-2339p. - 
Sheetmetal work. Vaned elbow, layout and fabri- 
cation, SN-2339n. - Sheetmetal work. Watertight 
cover, SN-23390. - Shlpf itter. Lifting templates for 
a foundation, SN-2338m. © 1 c. each June 29, 1944; 
J 36789-36793, 36795, 36796, 36809, 36810. 
Shipbuilding skills. Outside machinist: 

Milling a foundation, SN-2348o. - Reciprocat- 
ing pump. Opening for inspection, SN-2348m. - Re- 
conditioning a cylinder with a portable boring bar, 
SN-2348m. © 1 c. each June 29, 1944; J 36786- 
36788. 



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J119 



Stable element mark 6, SN-1801h - SN-lSOlj, 
SN-18011, SN-1801n - SN-1801q. © 1 c. each June 
29, 1944; J 36801-36808. 

3'V50 cal. gun mount mark 22: 

Disassembly and reassembly of the breech 
mechanism, SN-1806h. - Disassembly and reassem- 
bly of the recoil and counterrecoil mechanism, SN- 
1806j. - Disassembly of the firing mechanism, SN- 
18061. - Function of the sight, SN-1806g. © 1 c. 
each June 29, 1944; J 36794, 36797, 36798, 36800. 

Westinghouse electric & mfg. co. Better homes 
dept. 7103 

Electrical living in 194X. © 1 c. June 19, 1944; 

J 36816. 

Wickwlre Spencer steel co. 7104 

Smack them again, brother. © 1 c.June 15, 1944; 
K-55788. 



WUlard (Stephen H.) 7105-7116 

Mary (Lake ) - So ends this day. © May 1, 1944; 
J 36707, 46710. 

Meadow trees. - Rain wind. - Storm passes. - 
Summer lane. © Mar. 1, 1944; J 36706, 36708, 
36709, 36711. 

350—353. © ieb. 1, 1944. J 36700-36703. 

360. - 365. © Mar. 1, 1944; J 36704, 36705. 

WUlems Olenry J.) 7117 

U. S. mail from Santa Claus to you. © June 5, 
1944; K 55827. 

Willoughby camera stores, inc. 7118 

Plan of camera to produce third dimension pic- 
tures. © 1 c. July 8, 1944; I 34787. 

Zlmmer (Henry John) 7119 

U. S. no. 2 burglar alarm. © 1 c. June 21, 1944; 
I 34708. 



Number of entries In classes H-K Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (Including one-copy entries) 136 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (Including 864 one-copy entries) - 1,076 

Photographs (Including 371 one-copy entries) 612 

Prints and pictorial Illustrations (Including 69 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries) : 1,573 

Total - - - ^ 3,397 



135 



PRINTS AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 [7119 



Doench (Eda S.) 1 

Autumn day © Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New 
York, R 125329, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Erwin (Horace F.) 2 

Erw In Madonna. © H. F. Erwln, Cross Plains, 
Tex. R 124952, Feb. 5, 1944. 

Grlmball (Meta M.) 3-30 

Appointment. R 125327, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Baby's hour. R 125328, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Bali coming. R 125330, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Betrayed by the Sandman. R 125331, Feb. 16, 
1944. 

R 125333, Feb. 16, 1944. 
R 125332, Feb/ 16, 1944. 
R 125358, Feb. 16, 1944. 
R 125334, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Feeling. R 125335, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Fore! R 125336, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Good morning. R 125337, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Hearing. R 125338, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Hello! R 125360, Feb. 16, 1944. 
I hear you callii^ me. R 125364, Feb. 16, 
1944. 

In the garden. R 125339, Feb. 16, 1944. 



Breakfast hour. 
Christmas trio. 
Dancing lesson. 
Family album. 



Invitation. R 125341, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Lap full. R 125359, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Lost chord. R 125342, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Mother's day. R 125343, Feb. 16, 1944. 

My precious. R 125344, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Play ball. R 125347, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Pretty Polly. R 125361, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Sampler. R 125363, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Santa Claus's answer. R 125349, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Seeing. R 125350, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Smelling. R 125351, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Tasting. R 125353, Feb. 16, 1944. 

Who's there? R 125362, Feb. 16, 1944. 

© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New York. 

Gutmann (Bessie Pease) 31-39 

Baby arms. R 125355, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Guest's candle. R 125356, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Introducing baby. R 125340, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Little bit of heaven. R 125357, Feb. 16, 1944. 
New home. R 125345, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Peach blossoms. R 125346, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Poinsettia girl. R 125348, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Spring maid. R 125352, Feb. 16, 1944. 
Yes or no? R 125354, Feb. 16, 1944. 
© Gutmann & Gutmann, inc., New York. 



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Acheson colloids Corp., Port Huron, Mich. 

7120, 7121 
For dispersions of colloidal graphite: 

Colloidal graphite only provides all these 
physical and chemical properties. © May 27, 1944; 
KK 25456. 

Trace this fighter's record by his medals. © 
June 1, 1944; KK 25457. 

Adorney (Sam L.) Cleveland. 7122 

Adorney safety slab. For heat insulating mate- 
rial. © June 23, 1944; KK 25798. 

Airplane mfg. & svq)ply corp., North \Hollywood, 
Calif. 7123 

Amsco electric propeller governor test stand. 

For electric propeller governor test stand. © June 

7, 1944; KK 25718. 

Alco ptg. & lithogr^hing co.. New York. 7124 

Strike your fancy with a foto-match-pak. For 
match packages. © May 1, 1944; KK 25461. 

American engineering co., Philadelphia. 7125 

Type R A-E-CO Taylor stoker. For stoker. 
© May 31, 1944; KK 25615. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 7126, 7127 

For transportation equipment. 

No napping in Naples, 113-81. © May 20, 
1944; KK 25208. 

Ten minutes at the tar pit, 113-88. © June 3, 
1944; KK 25450. 

American safety razor corp., Brookl3m. 

7128, 7129 
For razors & blades. 

I feel like playing. © May 30, 1944; KK 
25167. 

I've been up against this ever since I got rid 
of my 5 o'clock shadowl © June 13, 1944; KK 
25674. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 7130 

Yes! Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. For 
cigarettes. © May 23, 1944; KK 25149. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 7131-7133 

For beer: 

Help your community drives. ©May 21, 1944; 
KK 25366. 

Minute man is still the man of the hour. © 
June 7, 1944; KK 25729. 

They rationed everything. Pilgrims and May- 
flower. © May 12, 1944; KK 25240. 

Apollo music co.. New York. 7134 

Music inspires. Music-industry picture. For 
sheet music. © Dec. 27, 1943; KK 25172. 

Arden (Elizabeth) New York. 7135 

Four for efficiency. For efficiency kits. © 
Feb. 1, 1943; KK 25400. 



Armstrong cork co., Lancaster, Pa. 7136 

Armstrong's insulation sundries. For erection 
materials & insulation simdries. © May 11, 1944; 
KK 25473. 

Atlantic commission co.. New York. 7137 

It's time to turn to A & P. For fruits & vege - 
tables. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25282. 

Atlas powder co., Stamford, Conn., Wilmington, 
Del. 7138, 7139 

Note to victory gardeners. For chemicals & 

explosives. © June 10, 1944; KK 25417. 

To our customers making post-war plans now. 

For coated fabrics. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25682. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Eddystone, Pa. 7140 
R. R. Moore high speed fatigue testing machine. 
For testing machine. © June 9, 1944; KK 25476. 

Bates shoe co., Webster, Mass. 7141-7143 

For shoes: 

Slipper-free where your foot bends. © June 
9, 1944; KK 25448. 

Watch Bates. © May 25, 1944; KK 25388. 

Watch Bates. © June 1, 1944; KK 25362. 



Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 7144, 7145 

For aircraft: 

After 2244 years. Jet propulsion. © June 6, 
1944; KK 25474. 

Bell aircraft at war, a progress report. © 
June 1, 1844; KK 25368. 



Bendix aviation corp., New York, Teterboro, N. J. 

7146-7150 
For aircraft instruments: 

Service bulletin. Improved diaphragm as- 
sembly and replacement of diaphragm strap. Auto- 
syn differential fuel pressure transmitters. © 
June 16, 1944; KK 25629. 

Service bulletin. Improved diaphragm as- 
sembly and replacement of diaphragm strap. >uto- 
syn manifold pressure transmitters. © June 16, 
1944; KK 25631. 

Service bulletin. Improved diaphragm as- 
sembly and replacement of diaphragm strap. Mani- 
fold pressure gauges. © June 16, 1944; KK 25630. 

Service bulletin. Installation of retainer and 
screen assembly in the demand oxygen regulator. 
© June 27, 1944; KK 25737. 

Wider horizons. For precision instrument for 
planes. © June 7, 1944; KK 25472. 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 7151-7193 

Blue denim sailor dress. Back-swept bonnets. 

For girl's dress, misses hats. © June 9, 1944; KK 

25305. 

Cool and pretty white pique. For girl's dress. 

© June 2, 1944; KK 25229. 

Everfast cottons for tots and teeners - young 

favorites for an active summer. For girls' dresses 

& playsults, children's shoes. © June 1, 1944; 

25228. 



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pt IV, n. s., V. 39 



For bathing suits & plays uits: 

Beach winners, '44. © June 15, 1944; KK 
25438. 

Brevity beach story for summer, '44. © 
May 28, 1944; KK 25224. 
For dresses: 

Go-everywhere rayon shantung bow dress. © 
June 1, 1944; KK 25227. 

Peppermint stripes in cool young cottons. © 
June 2, 1944; KK 25230. 

Shirtmaker in cool printed lawn. © June 22, 
1944; KK 25643. 

1944 headliners for a young cosmopolitan's 
summer wardrobe. © June 2, 1944; KK 25231. 
For little girl's dresses: 

Everfast cottons from Best's famous Lili- 
putian bazaar. © June 14, 1944; KK 25436. 

White pique for special occasions. © June 8, 
1944; KK 25677. 

For misses dresses: 

Cool rayon shantungs. © June 15, 1944; KK 
25439. 

Go-everywhere summer shirtttiaker. © June 
8, 1944; KK 25302. 

Look cool, feel cool in sleeveless pique. © 
June 28, 1944; KK 25778. 

New, slim black with spaghetti fringe. © 
June 21, 1944; KK 25642. 

Peplum dress, smart for summer -in- town. 
© June 9, 1944; KK 25306. 

Plaids smash hit in city- country cottons. © 
June 14, 1944; KK 25435. 

Shirtmakers, worn everywhere. © June 18, 
1944; KK 25639. 

Two winners. © June 22, 1944; KK 25640. 
From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, fine wool 
cardigan. For baby's sweater. © June 27, 1944; 
KK 25711. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, hand 
made dress. For baby's dress. © June 20, 1944; 
KK 25641. 

Good sturdy blue denims. Striped cottons smash 
success for young cosmopolitans. For childrens & 
girls shirts, shorts & overalls. © June 16, 1944, 
KK 25441. 

Hand-sewn moccasins. Shirtmakers in fine 
cottons. For casual shoe, misses dresses. © June 
8, 1944; KK 25303. 

Having a wonderful time in vacation clothes 
from Best's. For girls bathing suits, play suits, 
shirt, shorts, overalls & dress. © June 11, 1944; 
KK 25432. 

Nada short coat smash hit in Lewispun. For 
misses coat. © June 13, 1944; KK 25434. 

Pastel jackets for day or evening. Playsuit in 
rayon sharkskin. For misses topper, play^suit. © 
June 16, 1944; KK 25440. 

Plastic makes news in summer white. For bags. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 25226. 

Pretty and practical summer fashions for 
mothers-to-be. For maternity dresses & bathing 
suit. © June 8, 1944; KK 25304. 

Pretty playsuit, wonderful week-ender. For 
playsuit. © June 1, 1944; KK 25225. 

Right for your favorite sport. For misses dress, 
playsuit, pinafore, overalls, shirt & bathing suit. 
© Jun« 11, 1944; KK 25433. 

Ruffled cotton, our pretty, washable housecoat. 
For housecoat. © June 16, 1944; KK 25442. 

Stormy weather success coat. Lovely lingerie in 
fine bur-mil rayon. For raincoat, nightgown, slip 
& pantie. © June 14, 1944; KK 25437. 



Sturdy blue denims perfect for summer work or 
play. For misses pinafore, overalls, duster & 
shorts. © June 27, 1944; KK 25712. 

Sturdy play clothes from Best's Liliputian bazaar. 
Tops for sport, rayon sharkskin cool, crisp, wash- 
able. For misses tennis dresses, children's slacks 
& overalls, bathing suits, playsuits, shorts & shirt. 
© June 25, 1944; KK 25710. 

Summer stars for young cosmopolitans. For 
teen age dresses. © June 23, 1944; KK 25645. 

Summer stars for young cosmopolitans. For 
teen age girls dresses, shirt & blouse. © June 9, 
1944; KK 25307. 

Sun and swim suit. For young girl's sun & bath- 
ing suit. © June 18, 1944; KK 25644. 

Sunsuits for your sun babies from Best's Lili- 
putian bazaar. For girls' & boys' sunsuits. © June 
4, 1944; KK 25301. 

Town black for now and later. Cool, summery, 
pastels from Best's. Liliputian bazaar. For misses 
dress, little girls' dresses. © June 29, 1944; KK 
25780. 

Vacation favorites girls' shoes. Playmates 
Best's new young fun fashions. For girls' shoes, 
girls' playsuits. © June 29, 1944; KK 25779. 

Young beach hits from Best's. For beach suits. 
© June 25, 1944; KK 25713. 

Young cosmopolitans forecast the success of 
stripes. It's Best's for summer fun fashions. For 
teen age dresses, young girls' playsuits, shorts, 
shirts, belt &. overalls. © May 28, 1944; KK 25232. 

Young cosmopolitans' hits in striped seersucker. 
Commuter's delight, cool and dark. For teen age 
dresses, misses dress. © June 29, 1944; KK 25781. 

Best foods, inc.. New York. 7194, 7195 

Look at your shoes, other people dol For shoe 

polish. © June 22, 1944; KK 25638. 

More strength for the staff of life. For flour. €) 

June 5, 1944; KK 25321. 

Black drill co., Cleveland. 7196-7198 

Cast brass rings. For tool bits. © June 20, 

1944; KK 25650. 

Hardsteel tools. For tools. © June 20, 1944; KK 

25651. 

Hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of dies. 

For drills. © June 20, 1944; KK 25652. 

Bond electric corp. dlv. Western cartridge co. See 
Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div. 



Borden co.. New York. 7199-7223 

Borden's pyco is sweetened fruit mixture, all 
ready to add to cookie dough I For cookies. © Apr. 
11, 1944; KK 25767. 
For dairy products: 

I can't believe it's really true, me here in 
Floridal © Oct. 26, 1943; KK 25623. 

I'm rationing my resolutions this year. © 
Jan. 7, 1944; KK 25756. 

No unnecessary traveling, Elmer 1 We'll stay 
home and drink our sunshine I © Feb. 13, 1944; KK 
25764. 

Say I I wonder how many folks realize this 
is a war production line, too. © Nov. 25, 1943; KK 
25755. 

Well, there's certainly no housing shortage 
here I © Nov. 9, 1943; KK 25754. 
For homogenized vitamin D milk: 

Have you tasted this new milk? © Jan. 28, 
1944; KK 25758. 



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no. 6, 1944 



7255 



It's grand on cereals, fruits and desserts I © 
Feb. 27, 1944; KK 25760. 

It's great for the youngstersl © Jan. 30, 
1944; KK 25620. 

Look folks! Here's good news for youl © 
Feb. 10, 1944; KK 25759. 

Pasteurized? Why, of coursel © Apr. 30, 
1944; KK 25762. 
For malted milk: 

Come and get it, folks! Keep on your toes 
with hemol © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 25765. 

If you're not in business for your health, read 
these figures! © May 30, 1944; KK 25770. 

Life's one long honeymoon now that we're 
drinking hemo! © May 16, 1944; KK 25621. 

Pep up the whole family with hemo. © Apr. 
13, 1944; KK 25768. 

Pep up with hemo. © Feb, 3, 1944; KK 25763; 

Swii^ to hemo, grand new way to drink your 
vitamins and like 'em! © Mar, 9, 1944; KK 25766. 

Thanks for waiting folks! © Jan. 27, 1944; KK 
25757. 

Wait till your father hears about this! © 
June 1, 1944; KK 25771. 

Why, Elmer, I could keep this up forever now 
that I'm drinking hemo! © June 13, 1944; KK 25622, 
For milk: 

Here's kitchen help you can count on! © Mar. 
26, 1944; KK 25761. 

It's smart tactics to stock Borden's milk. © 
May 23, 1944; KK 25752. 

That's why girls leave home these days! © 
May 21, 1944; KK 25769. 

Now! Make delicious buttermilk right in your 
own kitchen. For dry skim milk. © June 6, 1944; 
KK 25772. 

Tastes heavenly! For ice cream & orai^e sher- 
bet. © June 3, 1944; KK 25753. 

Bostitch, inc.. East Greenwich, R. I. 7224 

Bostitch S-13-E metal stitcher. For wire 
stitching machine. © June 21, 1944; KK 25492. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N, J. 7225-7228 

Conditions have developed more Botany immor- 
tals. For fabrics, clothing, yarns & cosmetics. © 
July 5, 1944; KK 25788, 
For neckties: 

Botany wrinkle -proof ties last longer, © 
June 7, 1944; KK 25525. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties to go with what- 
ever you wear. © June 9, 1943; KK 25526. 

Father's day is June 18, give him Botany 
wrinkle-proof ties. © June 9, 1944; KK 25783. 

Bovinine co., Chicago. 7229 

Consider the blood. For iron preparation. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25237. 

Boy scouts of America, New York. 7230 

Go camping, the woods are packed with hidden 
adventure. Spring brochure, 1944. For scout uni- 
forms, cooking gear tools, knapsacks, camping 
equipment, shoes, etc. © June 6, 1944; KK 25512. 

Bristol-Myers co.. New York. 7231 

Here's the lotion you use beforehand. For hand 
lotion. © Feb. 26, 1943; KK 25538. 

Brooks puzzle co.. Fountain City, Tenn. 7232 

Blocks that spell and puzzle. For blocks. © 
Apr. 12, 1944; KK 25173. 



Brown (E, T,) drug co,. New York. 7233 

Foamy medication. For skin soap. © May 18, 
1944; KK 25668. 

Butler (Edgar M,) New Orleans. 7234 

Butler nokrak, Butler electronolytic de-scaler, 
Butler erad. For refractory coating, de-scalers, 
and fire scale and rust eradicator. © May 15, 
1944; KK 25396. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

7235-7239 
For oranges: 

Add health to breakfast, LA-3654. © May 
25, 1944; KK 25566, 

See what orange juice adds to breakfast, LA- 
3624, © May 17, 1944; KK 25565. 
For sunkist oranges: 

Look what orange juice adds to breakfast, 
LA-3630-B. © May 28, 1944; KK 25333. 

This vitamin chart opened my eyes, LA-3631. 
© June 10, 1944; KK 25490. 

Vitamin C is easy to get, LA -36 36. © May 
10, 1944; KK 25216. 

California fruit growers exchange. Products dept., 
Ontario, Calif. 7240 

Flavor freshness uniformity. For oil of lemon 

U. S. P. © Mar. 4, 1944; KK 25495. 

Cash (J. & J.) inc., South Norwalk, Conn. 7241 

Protect and personalize your property with 
Cash's loom woven names. For tapes, woven with 
individual names. © June 30, 1944; KK 25785. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 7242 

Approach to synthetics is somewhat like buying 
a home. For celanese textiles, plastics & chemi- 
cals. © June 5, 1944; KK 25634. 

Centlivre brewing corp., Fort Wayne. 7243 

Lazy aged old crown. For ale & beer. © June 
3, 1944; KK 25616. 

Cerium metals corp., New York. 7244 

Some basic facts about Cerium. For metals 
alloy. © June 12, 1944; KK 25496. 

Cessna aircraft co., Wichita. 7245-7255 

For aircraft: 

All dressed up and no way to go. © Mar. 11, 
1943; KK 25529. 

Doctor, when this war is over you'll be beat- 
ing the stork in your own family car of the air. © 
Sept. 25, 1942; KK 25564. 

I saw the car in Wichita that you'll be flying 
soon. © Aug. 15, 1942; KK 25562. 

If there's no hunting for you this year. © 
Aug. 1, 1943; KK 25617. 

If you're singing the A card blues. © July 1, 
1943; KK 25619. 

They're building jobs as well as planes in 
Wichita to be ready when you boys come flying 
home. © Oct. 15, 1942; KK 25563. 

To a young lady who's all alone these days. 
© Feb. 1, 1943; KK 25576. 

To the family that can't go home for Christ- 
mas. © Nov. 1, 1943; KK 25618. 

To the family that can't take a vacation trip 
this year. © May 1, 1943; KK 25561. 

To the golfer who used to drive over 8800 
yards. © June 1, 1943; KK 25647. 



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To the man who has to miss his fishing trip 
this year. © Apr. 1, 1943; KK 25575. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 

7256-7259 
For coal: 

I thought I might as well pick up some cash 
In my spare timel © June 22, 1944; KK 25689. 

It looks like the draft board got Tony I © June 
26, 1944; KK 25690. 

Oops ! I forgot that Pasquale was drafted to- 
day I © June 28, 1944; KK 25691. 

Well, I've looked everywhere else for another 
truck driver, haven't I? © June 20, 1944; KK 
25688. 

Chicago plastic products co., Inc., Chicago. 

7260 
Plastoflex laminated plastic arch supports. For 
plastic arch supports. © June 1, 1944; KK 25794. 

Clba pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit, N. J. 

7261, 7262 
For pharmaceutical products: 

Heroes of the United States medical services. 

Dr. David Townsend. © June 10, 1944; KK 25466. 

Heroes of the United States medical services. 

Surgeon General William Grier. © May 13, 1944; 

KK 25465. 

Clark (Robert H.) co., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

7263-7267 
For cutting tools: 

Clark adjustable cutters. © Aug. 2, 1943; 
KK 25485. 

Clark adjustable 2-blade flycutter. © Apr. 
5, 1943; KK 25483. 

Clark gasket cutter. © July 25, 1943; KK 
25484. 

Clark thread tool grinding fixture. © July 
20, 1943; KK 25486. 

Clark 3-blade adjustable surface facer. © 
June 22, 1943; KK 25482. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 7268-7272 
For household bleach & disinfectant: 

Clorox-clean linens are snowy-white, sani- 
tary and they last longer! © Mar. 31, 1944; KK 
25269. 

Even on your busiest days be sure your house 
cleaning is sanitary house cleaning, for greater 
protection! © Apr. 30, 1944; KK 25272. 

If you could see germs as you can see dirt 
you'd realize the value of Clorox cleanliness! © 
May 14, 1944; KK 25273. 

In these critical times it's especially impor- 
tant to make your home Clorox-clean, for greater 
health protection! © Apr. 23, 1944; KK 25270. 

In these critical times it's especially impor- 
tant to make your home Clorox-clean, for greater 
health protection! © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 25271. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 7273-7275 

For beer: 

Next stop. © June 8, 1944; KK 25363. 

Not for a while yet. Skip. © May 25, 1944; 
KK 25200. 

Staycation pUns. © June 21, 1944; KK 25567. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 7276-7299 

For soft drink: 

Buy more war bonds - a quicker victory. 
War bond. © June 14, 1944; KK 25624. 



pt. IV, n. s., v. 39 



Coca-cola, please. Coke for me, too. Mo- 
ther and daughter at fountain. © May 1, 1944; KK 
25342. 

Friendly drink in New Zealand recalls a 
friendly service station at home. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 25627. 

Have a Coca-cola > as you were. Battleship 
scene. © May 23, 1944; KK 25420. 

Have a Coca-cola - as you were. Battleship 
scene. © May 24, 1944; KK 25221. 

Have a Coca-cola > bear a hand. Sailors 
playing checkers. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 25402. 

Have a coca-cola - come on over. Teen-age 
party. © May 15, 1944; KK 25218. 

Have a Coca-cola • come on over. Teen-age 
party. © June 7, 1944; KK 25625. 

Have a Coca-cola - happy days. Nassau. © 
June 1, 1944; KK 25424. 

Have a Coca-cola - howdy, neighbor. Returned 
soldier at fountain. © May 18, 1944; KK 25222. 

Have a Coca-cola > saludos, amiga. Greet- 
ings, friend. Mexico no. 1. © May 18, 1944; KK 
25220. 

Have a Coca-cola - you're invited to our 
house. French sailor in home. © Apr. 24, 1944; 
KK 25403. 

Have a Coca-cola - you're invited to our 
house. French sailor in home. © Apr. 26, 1944; 
KK 25404. 

Have a coke - cheerio, nuite. Bermuda. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25405. 

Have a Coke - come in and sit down. Newfound- 
land no. 1. © June 8, 1944; KK 25626. 

Have a coke - eia ke ola. Here's health. 
Hawaii no. 2. © May 1, 1944; KK 25406. 

Have a coke - eia ke ola. Here's health . 
Hawaii no. 2. © May 3, 1944; KK 25401. 

Have a coke - eto zdorovo. How grand! Rus- 
sian aviator in bomber plant. © May 30, 1944; KK 
25422. 

Have a coke - etozdorovo. How grand. Rus-* 
sian aviator in bomber plant. © May 31, 1944; KK 
25423. 

Have a coke - how are things goln' ? Newfound- 
land. © June 15, 1944; KK 25628. 

Have a coke - que tal? What's up? Panama 
no. 1. © May 26, 1944; KK 25421. 

Have a coke - you're back among friends. 
Soldiers on porch. © May 15, 1944; KK 25217. 

Have a coke - you re back among friends. 
Soldiers on porcli. © May 17, 1944; KK 25219. 

My old friend coke. Soldier and sign. © June 
1,1944; KK 25502. 

Coon (James C.) jr., Brooklyn. 7300 

Game of games. For game. © June 19, 1944; 
KK 25646. 

Coors (Adolph) co., Golden, Col. 7301 

Always a pleasure, America's light-bodied beer. 
For beer. © June 2, 1944; KK 25375. 

Coralite dental products co., Chicago. 7302 

Easy way to replace broken teeth, repair frac- 
tures. For fix-acry repair compound. © May 10, 
1944; KK 25155. 

Coty, inc., New York. 7303, 7304 

For perfume: 

L'aimant, the magnet, Coty. © June 7, 1944; 
KK 25367. 

Paris - the double note fragrance. © June 
25, 1944; KK 25800. 



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7350 



Cudahy packing co., Chicago. 7305-7313 

For cleanser: 

Chases dirt. 77 more pans, key 117. © Feb. 
29, 1944; KK 25192. 

1st In actual tests. 34 more bathtubs, key 
110. © Dec. 14, 1943; KK 25185. 

First place. Cleans 34 more bathtubs, key 
113. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 25187. 

Gets best results! By actual tests. 69 more 
sinks, key llB. © Mar. 7, 1944; KK 25191. 

Look at the record. 69 more sinks, key 114. 
© Feb. 8, 1944; KK 25188. 

Performance plus! By actual test. Pans, 
key 115. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 25189. 

Performance! 34 more sinks, key 111. 
© Jan. 28, 1944; KK 25186. 

Proved best In actual tests. Broiler pans, 
key 116. © Feb. 22, 1944; KK 25190. 

Sensational double seed offer, key 112. © 
Feb. 25, 1944; KK 25193. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York. 7314-7317 

For cosmetics: 

Sale Is over but the sales go on! © Mar. 1, 
1943; KK 25169. 

So many saving graces. © Apr. 12, 1943; 
KK 25171. 

Something to look forward to! ©May 7, 1943; 
KK 25577. 

Spring bouquets of mountain heather! © Mar. 
9, 1943; KK 25170. 

Daprato statuary CO. , Chicago. 7318 

Bridging the gap. For sanctuary furnishings & 
decoration. © June 26, 1944; KK 25683. 



David (Victor M.) Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 



7319 



Advantages by the Victor David rapid dehydration 
process. For dehydrated foods. © Apr. 29, 1944; 
KK 25738. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 7320, 7321 

For chemicals: 

Insurance for global delivery. © Apr. 25, 
1944; KK 25383. 

Not glamorous, but indispensable. © May 
25, 1944; KK 25384. 

Day-brite lighting. Inc., St. Louis. 7322 

Advance data sheet no. 525. For fixtures for 
fluorescent lamps. © June 23, 1944; KK 25684. 

DeGlorgl (Joseph H.), d. b. a. Unguol pharmacal co., 
Syracuse. 7323 

Unguol, local analgesic. Dl-sal, analgesic sed- 
ative. For medicinal preparations. © June 10, 
1944; KK 25300. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 7324, 7325 

For stencil duplicators & supplies: 

Buy an extra war bond. © June 5, 1944; KK 
25494. 

Looking at war through the mimeograph key- 
hole. © May 29, 1944; KK 25369. 

Dodge mfg. corp., Mlshawaka, Ind. 7326, 7327 

For transmlssloneered power drive equipment: 

Dodge power drives are transmlssloneered 
to put all the power Into the job. © Apr. 15, 1944; 
KK 25323. 

How Dodge transmlssloneers Improve motor- 
ship service. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 25324. 



Drackett CO., Cincinnati. 7328,7329 

Drano banishes sewer germs. For powder to 

clean all household pipes & drains. © Mar. 17, 

1944; KK 25542. 

You can shorten Johnny's loneliness! For liquid 

to clean window panes. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 25543. 

Drane (Phillip Brooks) Tulsa, Okl. 7330 

Expansion joint compression type pipe fittings, 
bulletin no. 44-E -29. For sUp-on oil tank fittings, 
© May 29, 1944; KK 25458. 

Drltz-Traum CO., inc.. New York. 7331 

Irontex. For fabric mender. © June 7, 1944; 
KK 25478. 

DroU (Edward A.) Milwaukee. 7332 

Drott hl-way service for 1944. For road build- 
ing & snow removal equipment. © Apr. 15, 1944; 
KK 25242. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, Inc., New York, 
Passaic, N. J. 7333-7336 

For precision electronics & television: 

You'll be an armchair Columbus! © May 21, 
1944; KK 25553. 

You'll be an armchair Columbus! © May 26, 
1944; KK 25394. 

These forgings look alike but they are of differ- 
ent steels. For cyclographs. © May 25, 1944; KK 
25150, 

Verily, Mr. Shakespeare. For precision Instru- 
ments & electronics. © June 18, 1944; KK 25532. 

Durham mfg. corp., Muncle, Ind. 7337, 7338 

There's happiness ahead. For metal card 
tables & furniture. © June 12, 1944; KK 25416. 
When the good news comes! For metal furniture. 

© June 26, 1944; KK 25687. 

Duro test corp.. North Bergen, N. J. 7339-7341 

For electric lamps: 

Did you say Doro test lamps will make my 
job easier? © May 15, 1944; KK 25360. 

I need another man to help me change lamps. 
© Apr. 15, 1944; KK 25359. 

This isn't the first time that Steve has fallen 
off his ladder. © June 15, 1944; KK 25361. 

Electric boat co., New York. 7342, 7343 

Green dragon's lair. For submarines, electric 

motors, motor torpedo boats. © Mar. 26, 1944; 

KK 25418. 

Up from the sea In subs. For submarines. © 

June 4, 1944; KK 25419. 

Englander co., inc., Chicago. 7344, 7345 

For mattress: 

And don't forget, better rest makes better 
husbands! © June 9, 1944; KK 25497. 

Better rest makes better husbands. ©Mar. 
31, 1944; KK 25288. 

Ethicon suture laboratories dlv. Jc^nson & Johnson. 
See Johnson & Johnson. Ethicon suture labora- 
tories dlv. 

Eversharp, Inc., Chicago. 7346-7350 

For fountain pen: 

America's first post war pen. © May 7, 
1944; KK 25531. 

Inside this circle a post war pen, now! © 
May 2, 1944; KK 25311. 

Inside this circle is great pen news. © Jan. 
20, 1944; KK 25287. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



4 differences make this America's miracle 
pen. © June 9, 1944; KK 25475. 

Oh-ohl Here come the $64 questions! For 
fountain pen & pencil. © June 1, 1944; KK 25312. 

Farm-oyl co., St. Paul. 7351-7354 

For lubricating oils & greases: 

Farm-oyl tractor lubrication chart for Mc- 
Cormick-Deering farmall B and farmall A. © Apr. 
20, 1944; KK 25670. 

Farm-oyl tractor lubrication chart for Mc- 
Cormick-Deering farmall H and farmall M. © Apr. 
20, 1944; KK 25671. 

Farm-oyl tractor lubrication chart for Mcr 
Cormick-Deering farmall 12 and farmall 14. © 
Apr. 20, 1944; KK 25669. 

Farm-oyl tractor lubrication chart for Mc- 
Cormick-Deering farmall 20 farmall 30. © 
Apr. 20, 1944; KK 25672. 

Faultless caster Corp., Evansifille, Ind, 7355, 7356 
For casters: 

Faultless truck caster selector. © May 2, 
1944; KK 25162. 

Find the right caster quicklyl ©June 1, 1944; 
KK 25517. 

Frederics (E.) inc., Long Island City, N. Y. 7357 
Imperial tru-curl. For permanent wave supply. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 25295. 

Gaines food co., inc.. New York, Sherburne, N. Y. 

7358-7360 
For d(^ food: 

And a bag of Gaines dog food. © Jan. 19, 
1943; KK 25347. 

But I can speak for Gaines, can't I? © June 
23, 1944; KK 25635. 

Don't feed d(%s table food! © Feb. 19, 1943; 
KK 25348. 

Gamlen chemical co., Pittsburgh, 7361 

Gamlenol fuel oil treatment. For fuel oil treat- 
ment. © Mar. 1, 1942; KK 25198, 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 7362 

Your operators, too will find it easier to meet 
specifications with these production-proved elec- 
trodes. For welding. © June 1, 1944; KK 25739, 

General electric co. See American locomotive co, 
& General electric co. 

General fittings co., Providence, 7363 

Don't let water-hammer cut milk production. 
For water-hammer silencer, © May 31, 1944; KK 
25462. 

General foods corp., New York, , 7364 

Try these mix-easy recipes. For cake flour, 
© June 15, 1944; KK 25653. 

Gottscho (Adolph) inc, New York. 7365-7368 

For hand & automatic Industrial marking equip- 
ment: 

Cushion type. Cushion type specimens. © 
May 1, 1944; KK 25664. 

Industrial printer, Rockamarkers, © May 
1, 1944; KK 25666, 

No, 143 numbering head. Heavy duty type, © 
May 1, 1944; KK 25667, 



Rolamarkers. Cyllndamarkers, © May 1, 
1944; KK 25665, 

Graham rotary file & tool co,, New York. 7369 

Graham hand cut rotary files. For hand cut 
rotary files. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 25376, 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd,. New York. 7370, 7371 

For cosmetics: 

Hot sales item for hot days, © June 6, 1944; 
KK 25338, 

Just arrived! Dorothy Gray baby products, 
© June 4, 1944; KK 25571. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co,, New York. 

7372-7377 

For clear sailing on wash day. For soap flakes. 
© Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25468, 

For groceries: 

It's time to turn to A & P, © May 26, 1944; 
KK 25279. 

It's time to turn to A & P. © June 7, 1944; 
KK 25280, 

It's time to turn to A & P coffee. For cc^fee. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25281. 

No wonder it pays to choose Ann Page foods. 
For Ann Page grape jam. © Apr, 18, 1944; KK 
25467, 

Speakii^ of value. For marvel bread, © Apr. 
28, 1944; KK 25278, 

Gruen watch co,, Cincinnati, 7378 

Add another Gruen first to the long list. For 
watches. © June 5, 1944; KK 25660, 

Gulf wholesale jewelry co,, Corpus Christi, Tex. 

7379 
Crest watches. For watches, © Apr, 8, 1944; 
KK 25731, 

Gum laboratories, inc, Clifton Heights, Pa. 

7380 
Gum laboratories, inc. For chewing gum. © 
June 20, 1944; KK 25493. 

H-B instrument co., Philadelphia. 7381 

97 men didn't die. For temperature control 
apparatus, © June 29, 1944; KK 25789. 

Hanley (James) co,, Providence. 7382-7388 

For ale: 

It's hard making both ends meet! © June 7, 
1944; KK 25315. 

Let's get started. © May 10, 1944; KK 25313. 

On the beam! © Feb, 15, 1944; KK 25119. 

Refreshment, © Feb, 15, 1944; KK 25120. 

Speak up. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 25118. 

They always come back! © Apr. 25212. 

We're behind this lOO-Tj,. © May 24, 1944; KK 
25314. 

Hansen's (Chr,) laboratory, inc, Little Falls, N. Y. 

7389-7S92 
For rennet powder: 

Making magic with milk, we're busy as bees! 
© May 7, 1944; KK 25233. 

Milk nlade delicious! Window streamer. © 
May 16, 1944; KK 25234, 

See what milk magic can do on diet trays. © 
May 22, 1943; KK 25724. 

When patients tire of drinking milk, let them 
eat milk desserts! © May 20, 1944; KK 25235. 



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7444 



Harbram co., New York. 7393 

ABC educational cards. Fun for kiddies. For 
educational cards. © May 10, 1944; KK 25163. 

Hart (Leo) co., inc., Rochester, 7394 

Hart puzzles, games, toys. For toys, games & 
puzzles, © June 5, 1944; KK 25614. 

Heiland (William J.) New York. 7395 

Threaded parts. For threaded parts. © May 9, 
1944; KK 25204. 

Heileman (G.) brewing co., La Crosse, Wis. 7396 
America loves quality. For beer. © Apr, 18, 
1944; KK 25244. 

Heirloom needle work guild, inc., New York. 

7397-7412 
For crocheting thread: 

Banana hat and frill bag with beads of Hiawa- 
tha belastraw. © May 15, 1944; KK 25257. 

Loop helmet with pouch bag of Hiawatha bela- 
straw. © May 15, 1944; KK 25256. 

Picture hat and half bonnet of Hiawatha super 
wired chenille. © May 15, 1944; KK 25253. 

Sailor beau and the loop pill box of Hiawatha 
belastraw. © May 15, 1944; KK 25258. 

Shell snood and cock's comb of Hiawatha 
belastraw. © May 15, 1944; KK 25259. 

Spangle frill hat and frill bag of Hiawatha 
belastraw. © May 15, 1944; KK 25254. 

Versatile half hat and sport's band of Hiawa- 
tha belastraw. © May 15, 1944; KK 25255. 
For stamped goods: 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped embroidery design 
no. S 300/1. © May 19, 1944; KK 25264. 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped embroidery de- 
sign no. S 300/2. © May 19, 1944; KK 25263. 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped embroidery de- 
sign no. S 300/3, © May 19, 1944; KK 25262. 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped embroidery de- 
sign no. S 301, 5 pc. bridge set. © May 18, 1944; 
KK 25261. 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped embroidery de- 
sign no. S 302, 5 pc. bridge set, © May 18, 1944; 
KK 25260. 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped embroidery de- 
sign no. S 303, 9 pc. luncheon set. © May 29, 1944; 
KK 25267. 

Hiawatha Heirloom stamped elnbroidery de- 
sign no. S 304, 9 pc. luncheon set. © May 29, 1944; 
KK 25266. 

Look for the Hiawatha Heirloom label, the 
mark of quality in needlework. © May 22, 1944; 
KK 25265. 

Needlepoint underarm bag by Vertes. For ma- 
terial for making needlepoint bag. © May 1, 1944; 
KK 25246. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

7413, 7414 
For chemicals: 

Cellulose plastics are economical! © June 5, 
194^ KK 25292. 

Explosions that see underground. © June 8, 
1944; KK 25349. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc., New York. 

7415-7417 
For cosmetic cream: 

Science says: Thousands can recapture 
youth of face and throat. © June 25, 1944; KK 
25573. * 



See how science can help restore youth to fa- 
cial skin. © June 1, 1944; KK 25202. 

How science makes possible a younger face and 
throat. For face cream. © July 2, 1944; KK 25775. 

Holeproof hosiery CO., Milwaukee, 7418 

You'll find the same high quality. For women's 
hosiery, © May 26, 1944; KK 25207, 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Hyde Park breweries assn., inc., St. Louis, 

7419-7422 
For alcoholic beverage: 

Extra good, because it's extra-aged! © Apr. 
9, 1944; KK 25549. 

Extra good, because it's extra aged! © Apr. 
24, 1944; KK 25552. 

Extra good, because it's extra-aged! © May 
8, 1944; KK 25550. 

Extra good, because it's extra aged! © June 
1, 1944; KK 25551, 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago, 7423, 7424 

For permanent magnets: 

Fighting words flash through! © May 4, 1944; 
KK 25377, 

Rendezvous on a fly-speck. © June 6, 1944; 
KK 25380. 

International cellucotton products co., Chicago. 

7425, 7426 

Little Lulu. For kleenex. © May 21, 1944; KK 
25538. 

Little Lulu, For kleenex tissues. © June 18, 
1944; KK 25537. 

International silver co., Meriden, Conn. 7427 

In a minute, I'll have to answer. For sterling 
silverware. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 25540. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 7428-7430 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

Best bet for the future. © May 16, 1944; KK 
25203. 

Gee, Mac, that's just the fellow. © June 15, 
1944; KK 25732. 

Our table will be beautiful with these. © May 
24, 1944; KK 25223. 

International telephone & telegraph corp.,New York. 

7431, 7432 

Pick up survivors in life boat. For ultra high 
frequency beam transmission equipment. © June 
22, 1944; KK 25574. 

Stop! Bridge washed out ahead! For frequency 
beam transmission. © May 26, 1944; KK 25168. 

Interwoven stocking co.. New Brunswick, N. J. 

7433-7444 
For men's socks: 

Father's day. Don't forget to remember. © 
June 16, 1944; KK 25751. 

For meritorious service. © June 6, 1944; KK 
25745. 

For meritorious service. © June 7, 1944; KK 
25746. 

For meritorious service. © June 8, 1944; KK 
25747. 



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For meritorious service. © June 10, 1944; 
KK 25748. 

For meritorious service. © June 14, 1944; 
KK 25749. 

For meritorious service. Dealer advertising 
folder. © May 15, 1944; KK 25176. 

For meritorious service. Father's day, June 
18th. © May 20, 1944; KK 25175. 

Genuine derby rlbsf. © May 17, 1943; KK 
25174. 

Sunday Is Father's day. © June 16, 1944; KK 
25750. 

Tip does the trick. © June 1, 1944; KK 25743. 

You can't beat 'emi © June 2, 1944; KK 25744. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco. 7445 

Wines with a past for your pleasure today. For 
wines. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 25715. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, Inc., Racine, Wis. 

7446, 7447 
For wax: 

Thanks to American women for these new 
uses for wax in Industry. © July 1, 1944; KK 
25776. 

Women teach Industry recipe for protection. 
© June 3, 1944; KK 25309. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 7448 

Surgical nylon. For sutures. © June 8, 1944; 
KK 25578. 

Jolmson & Johnson. Ethlcon suture laboratories 
div., New Brunswick, N. J. 7449 

To complement the surgeon's skill. For sutures. 

© May 1, 1944; KK 25963. 

Jones & Laughton steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 

7450, 7451 
For steeli 

First line of fighting steeL © May 25, 1944; 
KK 25276. 

Teeming the mighty steel Ingot. © June 15, 
1944; KK 25471. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 7452-7454 

Dog owners, It's here I For dog food. © June 14, 
1944; KK 25685. 

For breakfast cereal: 

Looklt - a grand new cereal by Kellogg's! 
© June 15, 1944; KK 25686. 

New 1 Kellogg's raisin 40 bran flakes. © 
May 26, 1944; KK 25239. 

Klein (Fred) San Francisco. 7455 

Dragon spitfire flints. For lighter flints. © 
June 3, 1944; KK 25733. 

Lehn & Fink products Corp., Bloomfleld, N. J. 

74518-7467 
For cosmetics: 

Hinds for hands, selling points for you. © 
June 5, 1944; KK 25447. 

Hot tip for hot-weather sales. © June 17, 
1944; KK 25444. 

Now I Clear Cologne. © June 6, 1944; KK 
25337. 

Should everyone kiss the bride? © June 20, 
1944; KK 25572. 

This Is Arlene Francis speaking. © May 29, 
1944' KK 25446. 

' This Is Arlene Francis speaking. © June 3, 
1944; KK 25351. 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



This Is Arlene Francis speaking. © June lOj 
1944; KK 25445. 

This Is Jimmy Walllngton, your Hinds handy 
man speaking. © May 27, 1944; KK 25570. 

This is Jimmy Walllngton, your Hinds handy 
man speaking. © May 28, 1944; KK 25569. 

This is Jimmy Walllngton, your Hinds handy 
man speaking. © May 31, 1944; KK 25350. 

this Is Jimmy Walllngton, your Hinds handy 
man speaking. © June 4, 1944; KK 25352. 

It's a deall For disinfectant. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 25286. 

Lewis (G. B.) co., Watertown, Wis, 7468 

Beekeepers' supplies.- For farm equipment - 
bee supplies. © May 22, 1944; KK 25243. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York. 

7469-7477 
For cigarettes: 

Getting there first with the most. Soldier 
ringing doorbeU. © June 5, 1944; KK 25346. 

Girls, lights, music. Billy Rose diamond 
horse shoe. © May 26, 1944; KK 25194. 

One for all. Hat check girl. © June 9, 1944; 
KK 25386. 

Passport enough. Flyer farmers. © May 28, 
1944; KK 25151. 

Tiger Sharkey. © June 15, 1944; KK 25469. 

Tricycle Scott. €) June 1, 1944; KK 25277. 

Turtle &ckett. © June 8, 1944; KK 25387. 

Two on the isle. © June 25, 1944; KK 25637. 

Two-pack Sanford. © June 22, 1944; KK 
25636. 

Literary classics. Inc.,. New York. 7478 

Here Is the book for this monthl For book. © 
June 16, 1944; KK 25678. 

Lombard governor corp., Ashland, Mass. 7479 

Lombard chain lightning forest saw. For elec- 
tric or air power chain. © Feb. 7, 1944; KK 25340. 

Lusco mercantile co., Glendale, Calif. 7480 

Would you have a blanket for Its looks alone. 
With picture showing a man in bed. For blankets. 
© May 20, 1944; KK 25289. 

Lyons-Magnus, Inc., San Francisco. 7481-7484 

For root beer beverage: 

Here's how to cool off I © June 7, 1944; KK 
25708. 

So goodl © May 15, 1944; KK 25706. 

So goodl © May 24, 1944; KK 25707. 

So good! © June 8, 1944; KK 25709. 

M 6 R products, Inc., Brooklyn. 7485 

Gas for your motor from trees. For charcoal 
gasogene. © Apr. 27, 1944; KK 25784. 

McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products dlv., 
Elgin, m. 7486, 7487 

For automatic electric toasters: 

Lodk, here's a gift. © May 26, 1944; KK 
25206. 

Remember this? © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 25408. 

Mack mfg. corp., New York. 7488-7492 

For trucks: 

Good idea, from away back. © Mar. 29, 
1944; KK 25659. 

Little Macks are giants too. © Jan. 12, 1944; 
KK 25655. * 



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No picture, sorry, war bonds changed our 
mind. © Jane 22, 1944; KK 25657. 

No time to gamble. © May 24, 1944; KK 
25656. 

Scoop that has Lasted 44 years! © Apr. 26, 
1944; KK 25658. 

Macmlllan petroleum Corp., Los Angeles. 7493 

MacmilLan ring-free motor oil guaranteed to 
increase your gasoline mileage. For motor oil. © 
May 22, 1944; KK 25371. 

Majestic radio & television Corp., Chicago. 

7494, 7495 
For radio & radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news, no. 9. © June 5, 1944; 
KK 25322. 

Majestic radio news, no. 10. © June 30, 1944; 
KK 25535. 

Mandelbaum coats, New York. 7496 

U you are 5 feet 5 inches or under. For coats. 
© May 31, 1944; KK 25663. 

Markwell mfg. co., inc.. New York. 7497 

Parts for the Markwell RF staple- master. For 
stapling machine. © June 7, 1944; KK 25415. 

Masonite cor p., Chicago. 7498-7502 

For building materials: 

Making presdwood out of trees. © Feb. 10, 
1944; KK 25410. 

Tree is stronger explodedl © Mar. 7, 1944; 
KK 25411. 

Tree is stronger explodedl © Mar. 17, 1944; 
KK. 25414. 

Light line to victory. For building material, 
reflector board. © Mar. 15, 1944; KK 25412. 

New for assembly fixtures. For die stock. © 
Mar. 16, 1944; KK 25413. 

Matson navigation co. , San Francisco. 7503 

Canvas, steam and wings. For navigation. © 
June 17, 1944; KK 25530. 

Maumee collieries co., Terre Haute, Ind. 7504 

Indiana dry dedusted coals. For coal. © May 
22, 1944; KK 25399. 

MaxweU & HUchcock, AtlanU. 7505 

Tornado timber connectors. For secondary 
connections for timber structures. © May 18, 
1944; KK 25152. 

Meehanite metal corp., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

7508, 7507 

Meehanite castings vs. welded construction. 
Bulletin no. 19. For Meehanite castings. © June 
16, 1944; KK 25702. 

Meehanite, the metal for post-war castings. 
Bulletin no. 18. For Meehanite metaL © Ikbu:. 20, 
1944; KK 25382. 

Metal arts co., Pasadena. 7508 

New whimsies. For toys & juvenile furniture. 
© June 0, 1944; KK 25470. 

Modern classics bji Mossalone, New York. 7509 
Woman's dream. For jewelry. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 25154. 



Moog industries. Inc., St. Louis. 
For piston rings: 



7510-7515 



Are you a hammer packin' repairman? © 
Apr. 17, 1944; KK 25160. 

Full power of Niagara turns night into day. 
© Apr. 17, 1944; KK 25158. 

He comes in limping - goes out roaring. © 
Apr. 17, 1944; KK 25161, 

Metered lubrication. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 
25165. 

Motorists can't wait for the car of the future. 
© Apr. 17, 1944; KK 25159. 

Now you can sell a lAckage of full power. © 
May 8, 1944; KK 25796. 

Moon (Byron G.) co.,inc. Textiles education bureau, 
New York. 7516, 7517 

For water normalizer-: 

Cleanliness, water chart 3. © Apr. 30, 1941; 
KK 25480. 

Cleanliness, water chart 4. © Apr. 30, 1941; 
KK 25479. 

Motor wheel corp., Lansing, Mich. 7518 

How to pick a winner 1 For duo-therm heaters. 
© Mar. 1, 1944; KK 25539. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 7519-7521 

Hollup shortstub electrode holders price & re- 
pair parts list. For electrode holder. © May 11, 
1944; KK 25296. 

Protect your welding & cutting equipment with 
a National carrying case. National EC-lOO electrode 
carrier. For carrying case & electrode carrier. 
© May 17, 1944; KK 25298. 

Torchweld stationary acetylene generators. For 
acetylene generator. © May 12, 1944; KK 25297. 

National distillers products corp., New York. 

7522, 7523 

Delicious DeKuyper delecta after-dinner liqueur. 
For Uqueur. © Feb. 11, 1943; KK 25524. 

Wiiuier's circle. For whiskey. © June 3, 1944; 
KK 25679. 

National oil products CO., Harrison, N.J. 7524, 7525 
Wartime jitters got you down? For regular 

milk. © June 5, 1944; KK 25632. 

Wartime jitters got you down? Homo. For 

homogenized milk. © June 5, 1944; KK 25633. 

New process co., ^I^irren, Pa. 7526 

Final curtain call I For men's & women's 

clothing, household goods, etc. © June 2, 1944; KK 
25584. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, ^s. 

7527-7531 
For laper towels: 

Cried this clever young wife. © Apr. 21, 
1944; KK 25547. 

Says a housewife. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 
25545. 

When you've got the big laundry blues. © 
May 26, 1944; KK 25548. 
For toilet tissue: 

Gentle hint to Northern dealers. © Feb. 4, 
1944; KK 25544. 

You can do a lot with a newspaper. © Mar. 
31, 1944; KK 25546. 

Norton Lasler co., Chicago. 7582-7584 

For door closers: 

Doors of the future. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 
25334. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Doors of the future. © Mar. 28, 1944; KK 



25335. 

Doors of the future. © Apr. 25, 1944; KK 
25336. 

Odosin CO., New York;. 7535 

Odolure Insect run. For insect control device. 
© June 6, 1944; KK 25358. 

Ornamental arts & crafts co., Milwaukee. 7536 

Orn-a-craft mounted animal head souvenirs. 
For mounted animal head souvenirs. © June 12, 
1944; KK 25613. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Ind. 7537 

Designed for present and post-war needs 1 For 
overhead doors. © June 1, 1944; KK 25325. 

Pacific lumber co., San Francisco. 7538 

PaIco Pete's mulch. For soil lightener. © May 
5, 1944; KK 25463. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 7539-7550 

For fountain pen: 

Assigned to active duty, but some Parker Si's 
are still available! © May 24, 1944; KK 25696. 

To speed wartime work, this is the first duty 
of the Parker 51. © June 15, 1944; KK 25699. 
For fountain pen ink: 

Display quink, and get an extra 5( or 10^ per 
ink sale, and more sales I © June 19, 1944; KK 
25700. 

Is Parker quink a volume item? A profit- 
able item? © May 1, 1944; KK 25694. 

Remarkable iiidc stops pen troubles before 
they starti © June 7, 1944; KK 25698. 

This ink proves pen failures can be avoided! 
© May 12, 1944; KK 25695. 

Your letter may actually save a soldier's 
life! © June 4, 1944; KK 25697. 
For ink: 

Another reason why Parker micro-film black 
quink is ideal for every office use! © Mar. 25, 
1944; KK 25353. 

Another reason why Parker micro-film black 
quink is ideal for every office use! © Apr. 5, 1944; 
KK 25355. 

Parker micro-film black quink, the ink that 
does more than just write! © May 5, 1944; KK 
25357. 

Parker micro-film black quink, the ink that 
sells on performance, not on price! © Apr. 25, 
1944; KK 25356. 

This ink proves pen failures can be avoided. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25354. 

Patek Philippe co., inc., New York. 7551 

Patek Philippe. For watch. © June 1, 1944; KK 
25407. 

Pepsi-cola co., Long Island City, N. Y. 

7552, 7553 
For beverage drink: 

Pepsi, the Pepsi-cola cop. Pepsi and the 
clock burglar. © May 28, 1944; KK 25294. 

Pepsi, the Pepsi- cola cop. Pepsi and the 
stolen elephants. © June 18, 1944; KK 25680. 

Permatex co., inc., Brooklyn. 7554 

Laboratory Instructions for konformax impres- 
sion material. For dental plate impression mate- 
rials. © June 9, 1944; KK 25673. 



Permutit co., New York. 7555 

Permutit automatic marine condensate oil re- 
moval filter. For automatic marine condensate oil 
removal filter. © May 26, 1944; KK 25460. 

Perolin co. of New York, New York. 7556 

Technical bulletin no. F- 303 on evaporative con- 
densers. For chemical compound. © May 25, 1944; 
KK 25157. 

Personal products corp., Milltown, N. J. 7557 

Last chance to get in on this big modess contest! 
For sanitary napkins. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 25676. 

Petrogalar laboratories, inc., Chicago. 

7558-7560 
For laxative: 

For constipation of the hospitalized. © Apr. 
1, 1944; KK 25499. 

For the constipation of convalescence. © Feb. 
1, 1944; KK 25498. 

For the constipation of neglect. © May 1, 
1944; KK 25500. 

Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed mills div., 
Clinton, la. 7561 

Color-tel program. For feed tags for commer- 
cial feed sacks. © May 18, 1944; KK 25453. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 7562-7564 
For plate glass: 

Design of the month, v. 8, no. 1, May, 1944; 
© May 23, 1944; KK 25533. 

Design of the month, v. 8, no. 2, June, 1944. 
© June 6, 1944; KK 25534. 

Holabird & Root's conception of a hardware 
store. For glass. © June 22, 1944; KK 25518. 

Powermatic ventilator co,, Cleveland. 7565 

Ventilation. For iron lungs, roof ventilators. 
© Apr. 21, 1944; KK 25370. 

Procter & Oamble co., Cincinnati. 7566 

Canape spreads. For salad & cooking oiL © 
June 23, 1944; KK 25719. 

Products dept. California fruit growers exchange. 
See California fruit growers exchange. Prod- 
ucts dept. 

Pullman- Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 

7567, 7568 
For railroad equipment: 

Comfort and beauty says the palette, strength 
and safety says the slide rule. © June 5, 1944; KK 
25379. 

Thank you, Kachina. © May 27, 1944; KK 
25378. 

Ramisey accessories mig. corp., St. Louis. 7569 
Watch out for rod mis-alignment. For piston 
rings. © June 8, 1944; KK 25491. 

Readers home service, inc., Boston. 7570 

This greatest-of-all dinnerware offer - now 
comes to you direct. For dishes. © June 15, 1944; 
KK 25612. 

Reynolds (R. J.) tobacco co., Winston-Salem, N. C. 

7571 
Camels stay fresh. Packed to go round the 
world. Camel E-50. For cigarettes. © May 9, 
1944; KK 25501. 



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7613 



Richkraft co., Chicago. 7572 

Richkure, the perfect curing compo'und. For 
concrete curing compound. © Mar. 24, 1944; KK 
25214. 

Rogers Imports, inc., New York. 7573 

Fresh tobacco, what a joyl Foi: tobacco pouch. 
© June 9, 1944; KK 25274. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 7574 

Honest, girls, ain't it the truth? For typewriters. 
© Mar. 31, 1944; KK 25541. 

Russell (F. C.) CO., Cleveland. 7575 

Just lift out the screen and slide in the glass. 
For triple service windows. © June 2, 1944; KK 
25506. 

S.*M. A. Corp., Chicago. 7576 

Tickling papilla vallata is easy. For B-complex 
elixir. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 25238. 

Schering corp., Bloomfield^ N. J. 7577 

Diagnosis: Rheumatic arthritis. Therapy: 
Solganal-B oleosum. For Solganal-B oleosum. © 
May 25, 1944; KK 25523. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc.. Chicago. 7578 

Foot trouble, don t let it slow down your war- 
time efforts! For foot comfort appliances & rem- 
edies. © Jan. 29, 1943; KK 25609. 

Sealed power corp., Muskegon, Mich. 7579 

Are you treating your car any better? For 
piston rings. © May 16, 1944; KK 25275. 

Searle (G. D.) & co., Chicago. 7580 

All four. For pharmaceutical preparation. © 
June 1, 1944; KK 25727. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 7581 

One-and-only season skipper, two complete 

coats in one. For ladies' coats. © May 26, 1944; 
KK 25391. 

Shane (C. B.) corp., Chicago. 7582 

You'll wonder why no one ever thought of it 
before. For men's coats. © May 1, 1944; KK 
25409. 

Sharp & CO., Dallas. ' 7583 

Stays fresh longer. For bread. © June 5, 1944; 
KK 25611. 

Shurebros., Chicago. 7584 

Shure sound review. For microphones. © May 
11, 1944; KK 25662. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabethport, N. J. 7585, 7586 
Can you help me impress my mother-in-law? 

For sewing machines. Singer form, notions. © May 

20) 1944; KK 25211. 

Safer operating room economy. For Singer 

surgical stitching instrument. © May 1, 1944; KK 

25661. 

Socony-vacuum oil co., inc.. New York. 7587 

War-power today, car-power tomorrow. For 

mobiloil & mobilgas. © June 16, 1944; KK 25701. 

Sonotone corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 7588 

Sonotone believes. For hearing aid. © June 16, 
1944; KK 25449. 



Southern sui^ly co., Dallas. 7589 

Tractor replacement parts. For tractor replace- 
ment parts. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 25341. 

Southern woodcrafters, Jacksonville, Fla. 7590 

Over-seas mailing box. For over-seas mailing 
box. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 25782. 

Spalding (A. G.) & bros., inc.. New York. 

7591-7595 
For sporting goods: 

Spalding sports show. Baseball's first world 
tour. © June 22, 1944; KK 25583. 

Spalding sports show. It happened during a 
ball game! © May 25, 1944; KK 25579. 

Spalding sports show. The father of American 
football. © June 8, 1944; KK 25581. 

Spalding sports show. The first champion. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 25580. 

Spalding sports show. The sport that dropped 
out of a peach basket. © June 15, 1944; KK 
25582. , 

^erti, inc., Cincinnati. 7596, 7597 

For cosmetics: 

Now! Wondrous biodjrne R brings inviting 
softness. © June 1, 1944; KK 25560. 

Science finds a new way to help. © May 1, 
1944; KS. 25199. 

Stanco, inc.. New York. 7598-7606 

For mineral oil: 

Announcer: Before we go on the air, Mac. © 
Jan. 4, 1943; KK 25330. 

Aunt Ruth: This war work certainly has you 
flying. © Jan. 13, 1943; KK 25331. 

Hit a new high in nujol profits. © Mar. 5, 
1943; KK 25332. 

Mineral oil users. © Apr. 1,1942; KK 25326. 

Nujol bargain offer! © Apr. 6, 1942; KK 
25786. 

Save 20^ by buying quart-size nujol now! © 
Apr. 13, 1942; KK 25328. 
For nose drops: 

Don't bore your friends complaining about the 
discomforts of a stuffed-up nose. © Nov. 30, 1942; 
KK 25329. 

Why fuss and fume about the discontiforts of 
a stuffed-up nose due to a head cold? © Nov. 23, 
1942; KK 25327. 

Quick Henry! The flit! Here comes another 
zero. For insecticide. © May 9, 1943; KK 25787. 



Standard blouse, inc., New York. 

Miss August - a frilly blouse, 
blouse. © June 23, 1944; KK 25522. 



For 



7607 
ladies 



7608-7613 



Standard oil co., Chicago. 
For gasoline & motor oil: 

How thoughtful of you officer ! That reminds 
me - we simply must have our sparkplugs cleaned! 
© May 24, 1944; KK 25183. 

I do not think the universal joint is a night 
club! © May 17, 1944; KK 25184. 

No, Junior - mama meant for the service 
station man to switch the tires! © May 8, 1944; 
KK 25182. 

What about the tires, George? Have you had 
their inflation checked lately? © May 31, 1944; 
KK 25427. 

While it's on my mind, George, oughtn't we 
have the radiator hose on the car looked after? © 
June 13, 1944; KK 25428. 



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7614 



60 daysl I knew that reminded me of some- 
thing Important, George, the car needs an oil 
change I ® June 6, 1944; KK 25429. 

Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 

7614-7616 
For lubricants: 

Lubrication chart. Standard of California. © 
Mar. 15, 1944; KK 25477. 

Lubrication recommendations - Stan^rd of 
California. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 25245. 

Lid's off! White oill For irhlte oiL © June 15, 
1944; KK 25726. 

Standard tar products co., Milwaukee. 7617 

Nets double in life when you use usol. For fish 
net preservative. © June 8, 1944; KK 25299. 

Studebaker Corp., South Bend, Ind. 7618-7620 

For airplane engines & military trucks: 

Are you my daddy? © June 16, 1944; KK 
25455. 

They're neither too young nor too old to help 
farm this summer. © June 15, 1944; KK 25516. 

Tom Hinkle's boys do him proud in the 
army. © June 16, 1944; KK 25454. 

Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 7621 

Evervthing that's nice for Father's day. © June 
2, 1944; KK 25S95. 

Tasty baking co., Philadelphia. 7622 

Tasty -pie picnic finale, poster 99. For pie. © 
June 19, 1944; KK 25608. 

Tayton ca, Chicago. 7623 

Roll call. For under arm cream deodorant. © 
May 15, 1944; KK 25153. 

Textiles education bureau. Byron G. Moon co., 
inc. See Moon (Byron G.) co., inc. Textiles 
education bureau. 

Timber structures, inc., Portland, Or. 7624 

Module low-cost housing. For prefabricated 
panels & patented connectors. © June 1, 1944; KK 
25730. 

Tlmken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 

7625, 7626 
For roller bearings: 

On the Job for Uncle Sam. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 25716. 

When victory comes. © June 12, 1944; KK 
25717. 

Toastmaster products div. McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products 
div. 

Tregs, New York. 7627 

Tregs prevents garter runs. For thermoplastic 
adhesive accessory. © May 22, 1944; KK 25156. 

Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland. 7628 

Thousand roofs - a thousand problems. For 
roof maintenance materials. © June 1, 1944; KK 
25209. 



Trimz CO., Chicago. 7629 

New I Clever 1 Exciting I For applikays of wall- 
paper. © May 20, 1944; KK 25285. 



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Unguol pharmacal co. Sss. DeGlorgi (Joseph H.), 
d. b. a.* Unguol pharmacal co. 

Universal Geneva watch co.. New York. 7630 

Universal Geneve. For watches. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 25385. 

Universal paper products co., Chicago. 

7631-7635 
For paper drinking cups & dispensers: 

Distributor's prices, universal water cups, 
veecups and flat bottom cups. © May 15, 1944; KK 
25339. 

Universal water cups, veecups and flat bot- 
tom cups. Suggested resale prices. © May 15, 
1944; KK 25381. 

For paper soda cups & dispensers: 

Distributor's prices universal veecups, 
conical paper cups, for soda fountains. © May 15, 
1944; KK 25310. 

Universal veecups, conical paper cups, for 
soda fountains. Suggested resale prices. © May 
15, 1944; KK 25610. 

Universal, the paper cups that set their own 
standards. For paper drinking cups, souffles & 
soda cups. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25773. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 7636-7638 

Action, in war and in peace. For instrument 
lenses. © May 15, 1944; KK 25196. 
For eye glasses: 

I was a dunce to neglect my eyes. © May 31, 
1944; KK 25197. 

What's happened to Mrs. Smith? © June 27, 
1944; KK 25648. 

Vick chemical co.. New York. 7639-7641 

For pharmaceutical products: 

Directions for using Vicks va-tro-nol. © 
June 21, 1944; KK 25742. 

Follow these directions. © June 21, 1944; KK 
25741. 

For your baby. For baby lotion. © May 31, 
1944; KK 25790. 

Vickers, inc., Detroit. 7642 

Vickers hydraulic power steering. For hydraulic 
power steering system equipment. © May 8, 1944; 
KK 25213. 

Victaulic co. of America, New York. 7643 

One good reason why the London blitz failed. 
For pipe couplings & fittings. © May 8. 1944; KK 
25654. 

Volupte, inc., New York. 7644 

Volupt^ reflects the prettiest f&ces. For com- 
pacts. © June 11, 1944; KK 25703. 

Warwick chemical co., West Warwick, R. I. 

7645-7650 
For chemicals: 

In war...- and in peace. © Apr. 12, 1943; KK 
25528. 

Solved. © Mar. 15, 1943; KK 25508. 

Tactical problem. © May 10, 1943; KK , 
25509. 

To the rescue of wax users. © Dec. 6, 1943; 
KK 25527. 

Today's problem child. © June 14, 1943; KK 
25510. 

United we stand. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 25507. 



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Webster (Warren) & co., Camden, N. J. 7651, 7652 
For heating system equipment: 

Webster oil separators, bulletin B-401B. © 
June 2, 1944; KK 25426. 

Webster steam separators, bulletin B-301D. 
© June 2, 1944; KK 25425. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 7653, 7654 

For toothbrush: 

Beauty's first lesson, the finest toothbrush 
money can buy! © May 26, 1944; KK 25692. 

Vital to health and beauty, the extra pro- 
tection this finer toothbrush gives I © June 27, 
1944; KK 25693. 

Wembley, inc., Neiv Orleans. 7655, 7656 

For neck ties: 

Cheyron brown. © June 2, 1944; KK 25283. 

Quality made Wembley first in demand. © 
May 25, 1944; KK 25284. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div.. 
New Haven. 7657, 7658 

For flashlight batteries: 

So they'll remember, then. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 25514. 

When it's mid-day in Siberia. © Feb. 24, 
1944; KK 25177. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
ca div., New Haven. 7659-7667 

For ammunition: 

Every boy has his hero. © May 24, 1944; KK 
25364. 

Here's to the great future of trapshooting. © 
May 15, 1944; KK 25180. 

Preview of tomorrow on the pistol ranges. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25178. 

Ready to build, or battle. © June 1, 1944; KK 
25365. 

When hunters can again go after these sure 
footed skyline cliff climbers. Goat. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 25515. 

When we get the go ahead on sporting ammu- 
nition. BobcaL © May 25, 1944; KK 25181, 

When you get the green light. Deer. © May 
5, 1944; KK 25513. 

When your customers go into action. Crow. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 25728. 

1st reason for today I For flashlight batteries. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25179. 



Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

7668-7672 
For confectionery: 

A-1 in her heart. © May 26, 1944; KK 
25319. 

Mother's day, May 14. © May 3, 1944; KK 
25316. 

Shore leave. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 25317. 

So you like chocolate I © May 31, 1944; KK 
25320. 

They're pretty good at writing letters, toot 
© May 25, 1944; KK 25318. 

Wlclrwlre Spencer steel co.. New York. 7673 

Wick and Spen are at your service. For springs 
& wires. © June 3, 1944; KK 25293. 

Wllshlre oil co., inc., Los Angeles. 7674 

Stratolene. For gasoline. © Feb^ 8, 1944; KK 
25568. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western car- 
tridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Win- 
chester repeating arms co. div. 

Young America, ltd., Beverly Hills, Calif. 

7^75-7677 
For women's & children's clothing: 

Going places with young America. Here they 
come. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 25504. 

Going places with young America. Pretty as 
a picture. © Mir. 10, 1944; KK 25505. 

Going places with young America. Young 
America likes to go places. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 
25503. 



Zecol, inc., Milwaukee. 

Minute polish. For polish. 
25681. 



7678 
May 30, 1944; KK 



7679-7681 



Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 
For radlonlc hearing aid: 

No one need pay more than $40 for a quality 
hearing aid. © June 1, 1944; KK 25389. 

Old friend of yours has joined Zenith's cru- 
sade. © June 1, 1944; KK 25390. 

Zenith radlonlc hearing aid. © June 12, 1944; 
KK 25705. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints Included In the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



■2,823 



149- 



LABELS 



American molasses co., New York. 7682-7704 

For molasses: 

Grandma's baked ham slices. ©Apr. 3, 1944; 
KK 25590. 

Grandma's colonial custard. © Apr. 3, 1944; 
KK 25588. 

Grandma's colonial custard [and] Grandma's 
cinnamon- 'lasses spread. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 
25599. 

Grandma's famous gingerbread. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25591. 

Grandma's famous gingerbread [and] Grand- 
ma's cream cheese spread. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 
25598. 

Grandma's favorite molasses cookies. © 
Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25596. 

Grandma's hot water gingerbread. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25595. 

Grandma's 'lasses taffy. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 
25586. 

Grandma's 'lasses taffy [and] West Indies 
milk shake. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25604. 

Grandma's old fashioned baked beans. © Apr. 
3, 1944; KK 25607. 

Grandma's old fashioned muffins. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25597. 

Grandma's old fashioned stew. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25593. 

Grandma's old fashioned stew [and] Peanut 
butter -molasses spread. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 
25603. 

Grandma's old-time apple scallop. © Apr. 
3, 1944; KK 25594. 

Grandma's old-time apple scallop [and] West 
Indies milk shake. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25600. 

Grandma's old-time pancakes. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25589. 

Grandma's old-time pancakes [and] Grandma's 
favorite French toast. © Apr. 3,. 1944; KK 25602. 

Grandma's old-time waffles. © Apr. 3, 1944; 
KK 25585. 

Grandma's peanut butter patties. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25592. 

Grandma's peanut butter patties [and] Always- 
ready 'lasses spread. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25605. 

Grandma's soft molasses cookies. © Apr. 3, 
1944; KK 25606. 

Grandma's two egg cake. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 
25587. 

Grandma's two egg cake [and] Apple butter- 
molasses spread. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25601. 



Amick (Virginia E.) Seattle. 7705 

Rapaco, fine vegetable shortening. For vege- 
table cooking shortening. © June 3, 1944; KK 
25343. 

Baca (Pablo), d. b. a. La victoria packii^ co., Los 
Angeles. 7706, 7707 

Salsa jalapena, hot green chile relish. For 

green chile relish. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 25215. 
Salsa jalapena, hot red chile relish. For red 

chile relish. © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 25481. 



Bendix helicopter, inc., New York. 7708 

Bendix helicopter. For helicopters & parts 
thereof. © June 14, 1944; KK 25397. 

Bettar ice cream co., Baltimore. 7709 

Bettar ice cream. For ice cream. © June 20, 
1944; KK 25205. 

Bird & son, inc.. East Walpole, Mass. 7710, 7711 
Stylepride shoes. Forshoebox. © May 25, 1944; 

KK 25443. 

Treasure tred shoes. For shoe box labeL © 

May 24, 1944; KK 25241. 

Boiler's beverages, inc., Elizabeth, N. J. 7712 

Boiler quality cola sparking beverage. For 
carbonated beverage. © May 1, 1944; KK 25488. 

Bridgford co., San Diego, Calif. 7713 

Bridgford's apple sauce. For apple sauce. © 
June 28, 1944; KK 24849. 

Burlington brewing co., Burlington, Wis. 7714 

Van Merritt brand beer. For malt beverage. © 
June 26, 1944; KK 25649. ^ 

Cook (Ralph L.) Medford, Or. ^ 7715 

Roxy-Ann. For pears. © Mar. 15,' 1944; KK 
25236. 

Dalemar paper Corp., Lodi, N. J. 7716 

Victory pack waxed paper. For cut waxed paper. 
© Jan. 14, 1944; KK 25398. 

Dandy dainties Corp., New York. 7717, 7718 

For candy: 

Cheer-mail package of sweets and treats. © 
June 7, 1944; KK 25344. 

For whom we cheer. © June 7, 1944; KK 
25345. 

Dermetics, inc., New York. 7719 
Ageless beauty program dermetics. For cos- 
metics - toilet preparations. © May 1, 1944; KK 
25210. 

Feinstein (Lawrence) & Glatzer (Morris), d. b. a. 
Lawrence laboratories, Brooklyn. 7720 

Sulfoam. For shampoo. © May 1, 1942; KK 

25487. 

Fredriksson (Joe A.) San Francisco. 7721 

My spelling box. For child's spelling box with 
movable letters. © June 23, 1944; KK 25714. 

General baking co., New York. 7722 

Bond crul-a-nut bond. For doughnuts. © Mar. 
1, 1944; KK 25372. 

Haw ley pulp & paper co., Oregon City, Or. 7723 
Velva bathroom tissue. For toilet paper. © 
May 25, 1944; KK 25723. 

Heine (George F.) Toledo. 7724 

Illustrated V...-mail. For illustrated V...- mail. 
© June 18, 1944; KK 25704. 



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no. 6. 1944 



LABELS 



Heirloom needlework guild, inc., New York. 

7725-7730 
For crocheting thread: 

Hiawatha super chenille wired. © May 11, 
1944; KK 25250. 

Hiawatha super chenille wired. © May 11, 
1944; KK 25251. 

Hiawatha super corde. © May 8, 1944; KK 
25248. 

Hiawatha belastraw 6-ply. Fdr crocheting & 
knitting thread. © May 11, 1944; KK 25249. 

Hiawatha Heirloom embroidery design. For 
stamped goods. © May 22, 1944; KK 25252. 

Hiawatha skylark sweater wool. For knitting 
wool © May 1, 1944; KK 25247. 

Hibbs (R. M.) Philadelphia. 7731 

Tuf-coat. For concrete surface hardner. © 
June 6, 1944; KK 25777, 

I 

Ina Lee corp., New York. 7732 

Ina Lee. For children's & infants wear. © June 
15, 1944; KK 25489. 

King juices. Forest Park, 111. 7733 

Delicious refreshing King punch. For fruit 
juices. © Feb. 20, 1944; KK 25451. 

Kolinski (Alexander F.) Milwaukee. 7734 

Flying airplanes fly similar to a boomerang. For 
toy airplanes. © June 2, 1944; KK 25511. 

Latex products mfg. co., Los Angeles. 7735 

Celafoam pillows. For pillows. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 25452. 

Lawrence laboratories. See Feinstein (Lawrence) & 
Glatzer (Morris), d. b. a. Lawrence laboratories. 

Minardi (August W.) St. Louis. 7736 

Klorin. For hypoclorite solution. © June 6, 
1944; KK 25774. 

N. & S. Corp., Paterson. 7737 

Banquet dog food. For dog food. © June 6, 1944; 
KK 25268. 

National brewing co., Baltimore. 7738 

National premium. For beer. © Feb. 22, 1943; 
KK 25201. 

Oxford print, Medford, Mass. 7739 

Joy-toys carnival merry-go-round. For card- 
board toys. © June 12, 1944; KK 25431. 



Parrott & co., San Francisco. 
Cut- up. For canned fish. 
25464. 



7740 
May 13, 1/944; KK 



Permanente cement co., Oakland, Calif. 7741, 7742 
For cement: 

High early strength cement. © Nov. 20, 
1943; KK 25374. 

Modified sulphate resisting special cement. 
© July 22, 1943; KK 25373. 

Primary education co. See Roan (Carl M.), d. b. 
a. Primary education co. 



Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 



7743 



7761 



Ivory medium size. For soap, © Dec. 1, 1943: 
KK 25290, 

Randall (William A,) New York. 7744 

This is to certify. For clinical thermometer. 
© Dec. 27, 1943; KK 25459. 

Roan (Carl M.), d. b. a. Primary education co., 
Minneapolis, 7745, 7746 

For toy blocks: 

Fun-aids. © May 20, 1944; KK 25521. 
Fun-aids for kiddies. © May 20, 1944; KK 
25520. 

Sapolin co., inc.. New York. 7747 

Sapolin stove pipe enamel. For enamel paint. 
© May 15, 1944; KK 25291. 

Sea bee co., Gloucester, Mass. 7748 

Cod liver oil with honey emulsion. For cod liver 

oil emulsion with honey. © June 1, 1944; KK 25308. 

Sicca soya paint co,, inc., Peoria, III. 7749 

Plastic plaster. For plastic plaster. © Jan. 5, 
1944; KK 25195. 

Standard brands, inc.. New York. 7750 

V-8 cocktail. For cocktail vegetable juices. "© 
May 1, 1944; KK 25430. 

Stough (Robert A.), d. b, a. Vee-bee co,, Chicago. 

7751 
V-bee soy-type pancake-waffle muffin mix. For 
pancake, waffle & muffin mix. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
25392. 

Tregs, New York. 7752 

Tregs. For thermo plastic hosiery accessory. 
© June 6, 1944; KK 25519. 

Victor iia (La) packing co. See Baca (Pablo), d, b. 
a. La victoria packing co. 

Vos (Arthur) jr. , Denver. 7753 

Fresh Macklem bread. For bread. © Mar. 8, 
1944; KK 25393. 



Western states specialty co., Kansas City, Mo. 

7754-7759 

All in one oil. For break in motor tune up de- 
sludgement penetrating oil. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 
25559. 

Formula M-21, a Z-4 product. For radiator 
flush & cleaner. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 25558. 

Lime-out. For lime, rust, scale & grease re- 
mover, © Feb, 15, 1943; KK 25555, 

Selex, For automotive liquid solder. © Feb. 
15, 1943; KK 25557. 

Z-4, For sealer. © Feb, 15, 1943; KK 25556. 

Z-4 solder-it. For solder. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 
25554. 

White seal brewing co., Flint, Mich. 7760 

White seal. For beer. © May 2, 1944; KK 
25164. 

Winner industries, Minneapolis. 7761 

Hidee-dor. For closet door accessories. © 
June 22, 1944; KK 25675. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catal(^ since Jan. 1, 1944 



387 



151 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[7761 



Royle (John) & sons. 1, 2 

For cutters: 

Blue label cutters that cut. RR 109, June 13, 
1944. 



Red label cutters that cut. RR 110, June 13, 
1944. 

© John Royle & sons, Paterson. 



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THE LIBEAKY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGBESS 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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 7 



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 copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity beir^ indicated by the use of an asterisk' (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different. 

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

To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "fl," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "l," 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 prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right 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, payai)le,in 
advance to the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, 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 propeF- = . = ._.__„. = „_ = _, ._ = _^__. = _„ = _ = , = $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, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise---- „_ = _ = _. = = = __ = ____- 2.00 

Single numbers-- — — =_ = = ^ — ==_.__.._ = _ = _.„_ = .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year -- = - — = ^ = = - = = = = = __ = = — „ 2.00 

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NOTICE 

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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, 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 governnfental library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles, unless reserved, may 
be returned to the claimant of copyrigft if requested by such claimant prior to Decejpber 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, outs or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. 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. 



(in) 



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. 



Adler (Roman)* 7762 

Polish air force. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; G 43790. 

Albright (Malvin Marr)* 7763 

Portrait. © 1 c. July 26, 1944; B 43794. 

Allan Qan)* 7764-7769 

Boston terrier puppy, 199 D, 199 S, 199 U. - 

Fighting rooster, 154 L, 154 R. ~ Pomeranian show 

model, 283. © July 31,1944; G 43822, 43824=43828. 

Anglo-American pub. co., ltd. 7770-7776 

Calder (John McKe liar): 

Commander Steel. - Crusaders. -Dr. Destine. 
Purple Rider. - Red Rover. - Terry Kane. - Tina. 
© 1 c. each July 17, 1944; G 43773-43779. 

Apfel (Harold I.)* 7777 

You're the star in my window. © 1. c. July 17, 
1944; G 43772. 

Beam (Richard Charles)* 7778 

Emblem of the faith of Jesus. © June 12, 1944; 
G 43805. 

Blythe (Walter Edward)* 7779 7782 

Airdale. - Dachshund. - Scottish terrier." © 

July 17, 1944; G 43780, 43815, 43816. 

German shepherd dog, © June 5, 1944, G 43745. 

Brockwell (John Butler)* 7783 

Pirate gang. © 1 c, July 24, 1944; G 43791, 

Car lock (Elaine Douglas)* 7784 7791 

Figurine, 1-8. © 1 c. each July 10, 1944; G 
43747-43754. 

Chic pottery CO. 7792 7794 

Garee (Hugh McMahon) Pig on haunches. 

Baby. Mama. - Papa. © Jan. 2, 1943; G 
43799 43801. 

Colgate-Palmolive-Peet co, 7795 7802 

Deserty (Alexander S.): 

Architectural drawing for house, 1-8, © 1 
c. each June 10, 1944; G 43763-43770, 

Corte (Peter F.)* 7803 

Landing operations. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1944; G 
43804. 

Covino (Isaac)* 7804 

Dewey, Roosevelt, which? © 1 c. July 22, 1944; 
G 43813. 

Deutsche (Amanda M.)* 7805-7807 

Bible allegory, into grace. - Temptation of 
Christ. - Victory heart illustrations. © 1 c each 
May 22, 1944; G 43760, 43762. 



Draper (Dorothy) inc. 7808 

Wissner (John): 

Kerr's, Oklahoma City. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; 
G 43830. 

Dyer (Ann)* 7809, 7810 

Kitten, curled up, sleeping, 291 C. - Kitten, with 
one paw up as if batting at a fly, 291 B. © July . 31, 
1944; G 43821, 43823. 

Elsey (Walter H.)* 7811 

Would you like a piece of this? © May 20, 1944; 
G 43789. 

Frame (Hector Dow)* 7812 

Strike out. © 1 c. June 5, 1944; G 43781. 

Fridrich (Annie Louise)* 7813 

Sally Ann. © 1 c. July 11, 1944; G 43737. 

Galle memorial studio & workshops. 7814 

Galle (Carl): 

Head of Christ, S. 307. © June 17, 1944; G 
43740, 

Georgeson (Anthony G.) 7815 

Michell (Gladys): 

All for one, one for all. © 1 c, July 12, 1944; 
G 43743. 

Goggins Ouil Riley)* 7816,7817 

New military casket, 1, 2. © 1 c. each June 28, 
1944; G 43758, 43759. 

Gomez (Ellis J,)* 7818 

Monument, 1019. © 1 c, July 26, 1944; G 43795. 

Goodwin (Abb L.) 7819 

Jones (Hazel C); 

God's eternal purpose revealed. © 1 c. June 
13, 1944; G 43741. 

Hintermeister (John Henry) 7820 

Hintermeister (Hy [i. e. John Henry]); 

Washington resigning his commission. © 1 c. 
July 11, 1944[ G 43736. 

Holeproof hosiery co. 7821 

Enabnit (Merlin). 

Holeproof girl, 10. © 1 c. July 27, 1944; G 
43796. 

Inger (Archie Johnson)* 7822 

Triumphant. © 1 c. July 17, 1944; G 43771. 

Jenkins (June Yates)* 7823 

Remember Pearl Harbor. © July 24, 1944; G 
43802. 

Kehl (George Sylvester)* 7824 

Sanely, I, god or goddess, degree real spiritual 
equalacy. © 1 c. Jujy 27, 1944; G 43797. 



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CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



7825 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



KOrmendi (Elisabeth)* 7825 

Sailor and his girls. © 1 c. Aug. 3, 1944; G 
43817. 

Lambert (George)* 7826 

Flag of victory. © 1 c. July 25, 1944; G 43792. 

Lantz (Walt) productions.* 7827 

Wally Walrus. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; G 43756. 

Law (Vallie)* 7828 

God grant us peace and victory. © 1 c. July 1, 
1944; G 43812. 

Loyal order of Moose. Lodge no. 1605. 7829 

Shaffer (James T.): 

Monarch of his kingdom. © 1 c. July 4, 1944; 
G 43723. 

MacVey (Gertrude Teer) * 7830 

Wood art portiers. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; G 
43785. 

Maffei (Sophie) 7831 

Parker (Robert E.): 

National history chart of United States. © 1 
c.'June 8, 1944; G 43746. 

Marrus (Regina)* 7832 

Dear won't it be nice to come home? © 1 c. 
June 23, 1944; G 43788. 

Martinelli (Lorenzo) 7833-7836 

Sand (John): 

Belgian mare, E. - Belgian stallion, F. - 
Boy at prayer, D. - Girl at prayer, C. © July 17, 
1944; G 43806 43809. 

Michael (David) & co. 7837 

Dinneen (Alice): 

Vanilla orchids. Hacienda Miguel, Puerto 
Rico. © Jan. 15, 1944; G 43755, 

Moffett (Russell Dale)* 7838 

Aztec sacrifice. © 1 c. July 11, 1944; G 43735. 

Moore (Everett L.)* 7839 

World war II. Commemorative service plaque. 
© 1 c. June 29, 1944; G 43742. 

Newrock (William) 7840 

Friedland (Lillian): 

Teddy bear. © 1 c. Aug. 1, 1944; G 43803, 

Nichols (Theodore R.)* 7841 

Victory banner. © 1 c. July 17, 1944; G 43811. 

Onderdonk (Francis S.)* 7842 

United nations flag. © 1 c. July 9, 1944; G 
43757. 



Osborne co. 7843-7845 

Erbit (Jules): 

Girl wearing negligee, 4870. © 1 c. July 19, 
1944; G 43782. 

Fangel (Maud Tousey): 

Twins, 4866. © 1 c. July 19, 1944; G 43783. 
Teller (Grif [i. e. Griffith H.]): 

Snow scene, 4864. © 1 c. July 19, 1944; G 
43784. 

Pelton (Geraldine Victoria)* 7846 

Who calls Me? © 1 c. July 20, 1944; G 43786, 

Perry (Mary Stewart)* 7847 

Mr. & Mrs. G. I. Joe. © 1 c. July 22, 1944; G 
43829. 

Pirz (Emanuel E.)* 7848 

New taper soil pipe. © 1 c. July 29, 1944; G 
43798. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 7849, 7850 

My little princess. - Warrior. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 3, 1944; G 43818, 43819. 

Scarlett ( Mrs. Henry Anthony)* 7851, 7852 

Miniature model of a: 

Sailor. - Soldier. © 1 c. each July 10, 1944; 
G 43738, 43739. 

Schuster (Sigmund) 7853 

Kirvay (J. A.): 

Roosevelt, Truman for freedom, '44. © 1 c. 
July 31, 1944; G 43810. 

Shulz (Adolph Robert)* 7854 

Master presence. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1944; G 
43814. 



Spencer (Edward)* 7855 

Memorial flag. Memorial banner in honor of the 
dead. © 1 c. June 29, 1944; G 43744. 

Thompson (Thomas)* 7856, 7857 

Bed-time story. - Fido, nuisance repellent. © 
1 c. each July 11, 1944; G 43733, 43734. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 7858 

He shall give His angels charge to keep thee in 
all thy ways. © 1 c. July 25, 1944; G 43793. 

Williams (Aline Livingstone) 7859-7861 

Livingstone (Aline T.): 

Josephine and Napoleon. - Raggedy Comman- 
dy. - © 1 c. each Aug. 8, 1944; G 43831-43833. 



Z elite. 

Canter (Eleanor Zellie): 

Maestro. © June 22, 1944; G 43787. 



7862 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan, 1, 1944 = 



1,255 



154 



PAINTINGS AND SCULPTURES OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[7862 



Garbatt CA.ndrew) 

Walworth craftsman. 
R 126138, Mar. 8, 1944, 



1 
© Walworth co., Boston, 



Lemair (Henriette Willebeek) 2-18 

All the ducks are swimming in the water, - 

Basket full of nuts. - Dog in the marsh. - Jacky, 

stand still. - Little sailor. - Little, tiny man. - 



Marionettes. - Mary Jane. - Nursery rhymes. 
Our prince is still a tiny thing, - Polly Perkins, 
hold on to my gown, - Pretty silver locket, - Stork, 
= There is a little house. Up and down the counter 
pane. We are. off to Timbuctoo. Wooden shoes. 
© Madame la Baronne von Tuyll van Serooskerken, 
Katwijk a./Zee, Holland. R 127383 127399, Apr. 8, 
1944, 



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REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Aaland (John H.) 7863 

Paddeer aid. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34945, 

Advertisers' service div., inc. 7864 

Get -that -spare dial. © Jan. 27, 1944; K 55906. 

AEtna life affiliated COS. 7865 

Care in canning. © June 13, 1944; K 55926. 

Agricultural co. of Pan America. 7866 

Agricultural company of Pan=America, © June 
17, 1944; K 55900. 

American bank note co. • 7867-7877 

Agriculture no. 3, V-85047. © Apr. 11, 1944; K 
55941. 

Betancourt (Salvador Cisneros) Republica de 
Cuba. Special, V-84935. © Mar. 8, 1944; K 55949. 

Joao (D.) VI, Republica dos Estados Unidos do 
Brasil. Special, V-84708, © Dec. 22, 1943; K 
55948. 

Lee (Franklin) stock, V-84751. © Jan. 4, 1944; 
K 55947. 

Neptune no. 3, V -8 51 21. - Steel, V -851 20. © Apr. 
26, 1944; K 55938, 55939. 

Non-listable stock, V-85164. © May 5, 1944; K 
55940. 

Palma (Tomas Estrada) Republica de Cuba. 
Special, V-84984. © Mar. 22, 1944; K 55945. 

84899. © Mar. 7, 1944; K 55942, 

84962. © Mar. 16, 1944; K 55943. 

84989. © Apr. 1, 1944; K 55944. 



American mutual liability insurance co. 7878 

Why not play a nice game like insurance man? 
© 1 c. Apr. 13, 1944; K 55911. 

Amon (W. A.) 7879-7881 

Numbers 5, 6, 8. © July 25, 1944;J36910-36912. 

Andersen (George D.) 7882 

[Perspective drawing chart] © July 18, 1944; 
I 34952. 

Ashley (David) inc. ^ 7883 

, Gloucester bouquet; by Carle J. Blenner. © July 
11, 1944; H 2764. 

Atlas bolt & screw co. 7884-7990 

Arch bar truck, 23-199. - 3 ton cap. Ball bear- 
ing turntable, 30-492. - 25 ton elec. bott. dump 
scale car, 2-586 -C. - 25 ton electric scale car, 
1-608, 2-608-W. - 40 ft. coke quenching car, 5-400, 
6 -400 -C, 6.-400 -D, 6-400-F. - 50 ton bottom dump 
elec. ore car, 2-602-C. - 50 ton bott. dum.p harri- 
gan ore car, 2-602-H. - 50 ton electric bott. dump 
ore car, 1-602, 2-602-A. - 50 ton electric bottom 
dump transfer car, 2-535-J, 2-590-A, 2-602-B, 
2-602-R. © 1 c. each July 28, 1944; I 34961-34977. 
Bearing cap S. C, 12226. - Bearing S. C, A- 
17329, - Brake lever pin. Wood dust guard. Forged 
St. brake shoe key, 11457. = Bronze bushing, 7596, 



7597, 12204 12209. - Bushing, bronze, 12227, 

12228. - C.I. carry iron filler, 3504. - C. I. floor 
plate, 12190—12193. - C. I. gear case, 12211, 
12212. - C, I. hand wheel, 12218. - C. S. bumper 
block, 3505. - Cast iron bearing, 12213. - Cast 
steel draft lug, 12195, - Cast steel end plates, 
12189R/L. - Clutch body, cast steel, 12210. - Door 
hinge S. C, A=17318, B-17318. - Drive axle, 17432. 
- Forged steel axle, 17415. - Forged steel drive 
axles [and] forged steel trailer axles, 17529. - Lev- 
er steel casting, E-17318A. - Rear draft lug, steel 
casting, 5785. - S. C. bearing cap, 8886-B. - S. C. 
clutch, 12217. - S. C. lever, 9952, - Spring steel 
spreader ring, leather packing [and] W. A. B. co., 
no. 76836. - Trailer axle, 17433. - 30 ton bott. 

dump elec. scale car, 1-622, 2-622-B F, 2- 

622-P, 2-622-S, 2-622-V, 2-622-W, 2-622-X. - 30 
ton elect, center dump scale car, 2-620 -C, 2-620- 
E, 2-620-N, 2=620-V, 2-620-W. - 30 ton electric 
scale car, 2=620-A, 2-620-B. - 30 ton side dump 
coke car, 6-419-A, 6-419- C, 6-419-S, 6-419-T, 
6-419-\V. - 30 ton side dump electric coke car, 
6-419-Y. - 30 ton 460 cu. ft. center dump elec. 
s^ale car, 1-620, 2-620-F. - 40 ft, coke quenching 

car, 5-417, 6-417-A H, 6-417-J P, 6-417-R, 

6-417-S, - 50 ton ore transfer car, 9-319, 10-289- 
G, 10-319=A, 10-319-K, 10-319-P, 10-319-U. - 50 
ton side dump car, 10-319-T. - 2370 cu. ft. 30 ton 
side dump elect, coke car, 5-419. © 1 c. each July 
8, 1944; I 34795-34884. 

Baker (George) ' 7991-7993 

Sad Sack. © 1 c. Mar, 31, Apr. 7, 14, 1944; K 
55897-55899. 

Bambush (George) 7994 

Safety wiring tool. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34936. 

Beals lithograph & ptg, co., inc. 7995-7997/ 

Des Moines, Iowa, Iowa State Capitol. Greet- 
ings from Des Moines, Iowa. -Greetings from Tex- 
as, the lone star state. © Feb. 1, 1944; K 55961, 
55962. 

Greetings from Des Moines, Iowa. © Sept. 15, 
1943; K 55963. 

Bell (Alfred) & co., ltd. 7998-8000 

Blives ( Mademoiselle de) after Jean Marc Nat- 
tier; by E. E. Milner. © May 1, 1943; H 2702, 
Powell (W. E.): 

Frosty morning. - Over the saJ^t flats. © 
Apr. 1, 1944; H 2762, 2763. 

Bethlehem steel CO. 8001-8005 

Fifth war loan. © May 22, 1944; K 55912. 
Invasion is on I Back them up with bonds. © 

June 6, 1944; K 55967. 
Let's speed the day of reckoning, work hard and 

stay on the job. Japs torture Americans. © 

May 1, 1944; K 55968. 
Road to victory still is long. Stay on the job, 

© July 12, 1944; K 55965. 
Your work will help to bring him back. Stay on 

the job. © June 1, 1944; K 55966. 



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no. 7, 1944 



8062 



Bizzaro (Louis Richard) 8006 

Propeller de-icer for aircraft. © 1 c. July 26, 
1944; I 34926. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 8007, 8008 

Dimetric two-angle and stencil, 440725. © 1 c. 

July 29, 1944; I 34959. 

Ex-cell-o, 440716. © 1 c. July 20, 1944; I 34925. 

Borden co. 8009, 8010 

News from the food front: 

Nearly 5 million acres of American farm 
land, etc. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1943; K 55955. 

This is about hay. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1943; K 
55956. 

Bray studios, inc. 8011 

Aircraft work templates. Making a master 
developed layout, part 2, and Making the form block, 
3. © June 26, 1944; J 36877. 

Broesel (Carl A.) 8012 

Safety shower-tub. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34944. 

Brubaker (Marion Verna) 8013, 8014 

Haas (Bishop) -Haas (Most Reverend Francis J.) 
© June 30, 1944; J 36914, 36915. 

• 

Buhrman (Wyatte Stanley) 8015 

Sequoias example, onus probandi, 30564. © May 
16, 1944; J 36767, 

Burleson (John Ely) 8016, 8017 

Battle stations, 1, 2. © 1 c. each July 24, 1944; 
J 36908, 36909. 

Canada. Department of national defence. 

8018-8030 

Front axle drive 4x4: 

How it works,- part 1, C. A. F. S. 50-22. - 
How to use, part 2, C. A. F. S. 50-23, © 1 c. each 
July 8, 1944; J 36826, 36833. 

Inspection and maintenance: 

Electrical system, part 5, C. A. F. S. 50-19. 
- Engine and brakes, part 6, C. A. F. S. 50-20; - 
Engine fuel, filter and cooling systems, part 4, C. 
A. F. S. 50-18. - Powex train and winch, part 3, C. 
A. F. S. 50-17. - Steering mechanism, frame, bodies 
and equipment, part 2, C. A. F. S. 50-16. - Tires, 
wheels, axles and springs, part 1, C.A. F. S. 50-15. 
© 1 c. each July 8, 1944; J 36830, 36831, 36834- 
36837. 

Lubrication: 

What is lubrication, part 1, C. A. F. S. 50- 
25. - Part 2, C. A. F. S. 50-26. - Part 3, C. A. F. 
S. 50-27. © 1 c. each July 8, 1944; J 36825, 36827, 
36828. 

Transfer case. How it works, how to use, C. A. 
F. S. 50-21. - Winch. How it works, how to use, 
C. A. F. S. 50-24. © 1 c. each July 8, 1944; J 36829, 
36832. 

Carroll (Cyril J. G.) 8031 

Multi-level house. © 1 c. July 12, 1944; I 34890. 

Church attendance, inc. 8032, 8033 

Go to church, series 1, 2. © Mar. 10, 1940; K 
55907, 55908. 

Clark (Dwight L.) 8034 

New method of obtaining brake angles from 
pattern. © July 7, 1944; I 34896. 

615660 O 44 - 2 



Connor (Frank L.) 8035 

Ledge on north side of coffer, plate two. © 1 c. 
July 12, 1944; I 34927. 

Cooper (Loyd) 8036-8039 

Yucca, 6-15-44-1, 6-15-44-3, 6-25-44-1, 6-25- 
44-2. © June 28, 1944; J 36881-36884. 

Cross CO. 8040-8044 

Hand operated screw machine with 1 1/2" col- 
let capacity, A-20634. - Machine to bore 8.8744 
plus or minus .002 diameter hole and face adjust- 
ing flange carrier-differential, A-21665. - Pro- 
posed machine for boring 3 3/4-12 universal joint, 
A-21666. © 1 c. each June 12, 1944; I 34892-34894. 
Proposed 4 -spindle boring and facing machine, 
A-22043. - Proposed 4-spindle boring and facing 
machine tooling, A-22043. © 1 c. each July 14, 
1944; I 34922, 34923. 

Curtiss -Wright corp. Wright aeronautical corp. 
dlv. ' 8045-8048 

Cutaway chart Wright cyclone 14BA aircraft en- 
gine: 

Front section. - Main section - Oil sump and 
oil pump. - Rear section. © June 7, 1944; I 34766- 
34769. 

Dealey (Thomas W.) 8049-8051 

Deep seat threaded klosure-kup and bottle, 8. - 
Klosure-kup on bottle, 2. - Pouring from bottle in- 
to klosure-kup, 6. © 1 c. each July 28, 1944; J 
36905-36907. 

De Chlara (Gilbert) 8052 

Multi-purpose hand vise. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; 
I 34937. 

De Franceschi (Peter) 8053 

Ready made triangles. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; 
1 34954. 

De la Torre (Manuel) 8054 

Houston, Texas, skyline. © July 20, 1944; K 
55952. 

Dlener (Harry E.) 8055 

Safety receptacle for electrical appliances. © 1 
c. July 24, 1944; I 34949. 

Dlrand (Louis J.) 8056 

Historical events In the United States. © 1 c. 
July 27, 1944; I 34957. 

Edson (Norman Stewart) 8057, 8058 

Dinner time. - Twin hummers. © July 4, 1944; 
J 36875, 36876. 

Elliott (D. Howard) 8059 

Bible personalities. © 1 c. July 6, 1944; I 34897. 

Ellis (Oscar Asbury) 8060 

Purported trlsectlon of an angle by means of a 

compass and straight edge. ©July 3, 1944; I 34764. 

Farrell (Alfred J.) 8061 

Self-locking bandage clip. © 1 c. July 15, 1944; 
I 34909. 

Felger (Ned L.) 8062 

Ro-lette. A game. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34939. 



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8063 



Ford (Ivon R.) lumber co. 

Floor plans. © June 1, 1944; I 34773. 



8063 



Frick- Gallagher mfg. co. 8064-8072 

Assembled dividers for drawer unit, 8. - Dis- 
assembled dividers for drawer unit, 9. © July 27, 
1944; J 36929, 36930. 
Drawer unit: 

Closed, 1. - Closed enlarged view, 2. - One 
tray open showing latch, 3. - One tray open with di- 
viders, 4. - One tray open without dividers, 5. - 
Three trays open with dividers, 6. - Trays stacked 
in front of case, 7. - © July 27, 1944; J 36927, 
36925, 36931-36935. 

General biological supply house, inc. 8073-8080 
Coffee, CR88.02. - Spices I, CR88,04. - Sugar 

cane, CR88.03. - Tea, CR88.01. © June 19, 1944; 

I 34775-34778. 

Quinine cinchona, CR88.06, - Rubber, hevea 

braziliensis, CR88,07. - Spices II, CR88.05. - 

Wheat, CR89. © June 20, 1944; I 34779-34782. 

General cable' corp. 8081 

Another car the boys overseas failed to receive. 
© July 5, 1944; K 55913. 

Gibbs (Lloyd T.) 8082, 8083 

Chart, 7144, 8144. © July 7, 1944; I 34955, 
34956. 

Goggins (Juil R.) 8084 

Dairy delivery recording system in triplicate 
form. © 1 c. June 22, 1944; I 34886. 

Gould (William P.) 8085 

Thermostatic mixing valve. © 1 c. July 15, 
1944; I 34911. 

Graphic industrial aides. 8086-8095 

Atta boy, etc. - Dear soldier, etc. - Drink up 
friend, etc. - I'd have made it yesterday, etc. - 
.Playmates! - P-s-s-t, c'mon, buddy, etc. - Short- 
handed, etc. ~ That's right, pal, etc. - [Tug of war] 
- You made me what I am today. © Dec 19, 1942; 
K 55914-55923. 

Greystone studios. ' 8096, 8097 

Brownell (Herbert) jr. © July 26, 1944; J 36926. 
Dewey (Thomas E.) © July 27, 1944; J 36925. 

Griggs (Elmer N.) 8098 

Honey bomb. © 1 c. June 14, 1944; I 34783. 

Grogan photo co. 8099-8118 

Detroit electric, 1925. - Electric buckboard, 
1928. "Locomobile steamer, 1900. - Mobile steam- 
er, 1900-02. © June 26, 1944; J 36855, 36856, 
36871, 36872. 

1 cyL: 

Cadillac, 1904-05, 1905. - Curved dash Olds- 
mobile, 1905. - Rambler, 1902. © June 26, 1944; 
J 36857, 36859, 36861, 36862. 

2cyl.: 

Buick, 1911. - Haynes-Apperson, 1902. - 
Sears, 1910. - Stevens-Duryea, 1904-05. ©June 26, 
1944; J 36858, 36860, 36866, 36867. 

4 cyl.: 

Empire, 1913. - Hupmobile, 1911. -Mercedes, 
1906. - Model T Ford, 1908. - Rambler, 1909. - 
Simplex, 1911. © June 26, 1944; J 36863-36865, 
36868-36870. 

8 cyl.: 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Cord, 1937. - Gardner, 1930. © June 26, 
1944; J 36873, 36874. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) 8119 

Transparent plastic chair, drawing 59. © 1 c. 
July 18, 1944; I 34905. 

Hagopian (Vahan) 8120 

J. C. Penney co. storefront. © 1 c. June 13, 1944; 
I 34928. 

Hall of art. 8121 

Gloucester fishing dock. © June 14, 1944; K 
55959. 

Hansen (Thorvald L.) 8122 

Amphibious airplane float. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; 
I 34947. J J- . 

Harbour (George 0.) & Harbour (Pearl E.) 8123 
Harbour tomahawk screwdriver for slotted head 
screw bolts adaptable for various sizes. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1944; I 34930. 

Harman (Hugh) productions, inc. 8124, 8125 

Shipbuilding skills, marine electricity: 

Laying out and installing kickpipes and stuf- 
fing tubes, 1. - Wiring telltale panel, 6. © July 1, 
1944; J 36838, 36839. 

Heuer (Walte'r) 8126 

Egg flats lifter. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34934. 

Hewitson (Arthur C.) 8127 

Psychological drawing of six human senses. © 
1 c. July 3, 1944; I 34916. 

Heyden (Carl H.) 8128 

Baby in high chair. © Jan. 31, 1944; K 55957. 

Hier (Elvet Thomas) 8129 

Hier's instant tire trouble shooter. © 1 c. July 
10, 1944; I 34793, 

Hollingshead (R. M.) corp. 8130 

Dough-re- mi. © 1 c. July 27, 1944; J 36904. 

House (Verne) 8131 

Fast Nickel restaurant. © June 15, 1944; K 
55896. 

Howard (Jack Edward) 8132-8134 

Disease-guittor, V. - Sidebone- ringbone. III. - 
Sprains of fetlock, VI. © 1 c. each July 4, 1944; 
I 34917-34919. 

L D. L. advertising displays. 8135 

Well, Dewey or don't we. © June 25, 1944; K 
55935. 

Industrial indemnity. 8136 

Be sure it's a safety shoe, 61. © May 1, 1944; 
K 55905. 

James (Orla R.) 8137 

Improved baling machine. © 1 c, July 15, 1944; 
I 34913. 

Jennings (Rixford Upham) 8138 

Buffalo business district, 1844; by R. U. Jen- 
nings. © July 1, 1944; H 2766. 

Johnson (John A.) 8139 

Lordsburg, New Mexico, health and mining 
center of the West. © July 29, 1944; J 36913. 



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no. 7, 1944 



8200 



Johnson (Louis M.) 8140 

Rotary valve engine. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; 
I 34933. 

King features syndicate, inc. 8141-8147 

Annette learns needlework, Z-216. - At school 

with the quints, Z-214. - Yvonne, Emelie and 

Cecile study, Z-215. © June 19, 1944; J 36890- 

36892. 

Bossy gets friendly, Z-221. - Quints and Bossy, 

Z-220. - Quints find a new playmate, Z-222. © 

July 5, 1944; J 36893-36895. 

Quints birthday present, Z-213. © May 29, 1944; 

J 36889. 

Kratochvil (Anton) 8148 

Circular solar home. © June 28, 1944; I 34774. 

Levinsen (Claus) 8149 

Continuation gauge glass holder. © 1 c. July 29, 
1944; I 34960. . 

Liek (Mary Wahl) 8150 

Spell of the Yukon. © July 7, 1944; K 55936. 

Linde air products co. 8151-8164 

Supplied from single cylinder of oxygen and 
single cylinder of acetylene: 

Lighting and adjusting the cutting blowpipe, 
C-2. - Lighting and adjusting the welding blowpipe, 
W-2. - Manual straight-line cutting, C-4. - Prin- 
ciples of oxy-aceylene cutting, C-3. - Setting up 
oxy-acetylene cutting equipment, C-1. - Setting up 
oxy-acetylene welding equipment, W-1. -Testing for 
and fixing leaks in oxy-acetylene cutting equipment, 
S-2. " Testing for and fixing leaks in oxy-acetylene 
welding equipment, S-1. © Dec. 13, 1943; J 36840, 
36841, 36845, 36847, 36848, 36850, 36852, 36853. 

Supplied with oxygen and acetylene from pipe 
lines: 

Lightii^ and adjusting the cutting blowpipe, 
C-2A. - Lighting and adjusting theweldingblowpipe, 
W-2A. - Setting up oxy-acetylene cutting equip- 
ment C-IA. - Setting up oxy-acetylene welding 
equipment, W-lA. - Testing for and fixing leaks 
in oxy-acetylene cutting equipment, S-2A. - Test- 
ing for and fixing leaks in oxy-acetylene welding 
equipment, S-IA. © Dec. 13, 1943; J 36842-36844, 
36846, 36849, 36851. 

Lindner (Rodney R.) 8165 

Multiple insulated container. © July 24, 1944; 
I 34950. 

Liturgical art sales co. 8166-8170 

Angel's vigil 13; by Berta Hummel. - Bring 
flowers of the fairest, 7; by Maria Spostl. © May 
15, 1944; H 2767, 2771. 
Herzog (H.): 

Angel's serenade, 20. - For such is the King- 
dom of Heaven, 22. - Vision passes, 21. © May 15, 
1944; H 2768-2770. 

Long (John E.) 8171,8172 

Alcan highway, Canol pipeline welder, 211. - 
Fairbanks, aerial view, 1941, 426. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 3, 1944; J 36920, 36921. 

Loucks & Nor ling studios. ,8173, 8174 

Accessory assembly, tools and procedures. 
High frequency soldering, 2. © June 23, 1944; J 
36854. 

Slide rule. © July 25, 1944; J 36901. 



Lowery (Frank Raymond) 8175-8178 

Hello. - I'm tired. - Scram, you. - Why are they 
watching us? © 1 c. each June 21, 1944; J 36916- 
36919. 

McCormick co. 8179-8183 

Dalhart, hub city of the northwest corner of Tex- 
as, 3B-H1506. - Lamesa, city of civic progress, 
3B-H1505. - Odessa, city of religious and cultural 
facilities, 3B413-N. © June 15, 1944; K 55901- 
55903. 

Early-day transportation in west Texas, 3B- 
H1507. - Rustlers bite the dust! Cattle war days 
in west Texas, 3B-H1508. © June 26, 1944; K 
55894, 55895. 

Macllvain (Walter Orson) 8184 

Automotive historical chart. © July 8, 1944; 
I 34951. 

McLean (Frank W.) 8185 

Cheap one piece garment for men, women and 
children. © 1 c. June 23, 1944; I 34914. 

Maxwell-Davis, inc. 8186 

She doesn't understand, we do. ©•I c. July 3, 
1944; K 55958. 

Mead Johnson & co. 8187 

Fairy tales. © 1 c. July 5, 1944; K 55953. 

Mohr (Lee) 8188-8190 

At Mandan rodeo: 

Hancock (Bill) roping. - Pogue (John) roping. 
- Roberts (Gerald) riding. © 1 c. each July 24, 
1944; J 36898-36900. 

Molter (Russell N.) 8191 

Container lifter. © 1 c. July 15, 1944; I 34912. 

Morong (David) 8192 

Harmonic cycle of major keys. © 1 c. July 24, 
1944; I 34929. , 

Mueller (Justus F.) 8193 

Mueller-Ward comparative zoology models, 1-3, 
2X, 3X, 4A, 4B, 4CDE, 4FG, 5A, 5C, 5DE, 5F, 5G, 
6D, 6E, 6F, 6G. © Apr. 20, 1944; I 34771. 

National fire protection assn. 8194 

Use the waste can! Fire feeds in refuse. © 
June 1, 1944; K 55927. 

Nelson (Victor J.) 8195 

Nelson inclined furnace no. 5. © June 28, 1944; 
I 34765. 

Osborne co. 8196 

Little girl with baby chicks, P 2084. © 1 c. 
July 19, 1944; J 36896. 

Ostertag (George A.) 8197 

Little deer. © July 1, 1944; J 36903. 

Otarion, inc. 8198 

Deaf man with Otarion hearing device, ear cut 
out of portrait. © 1 c. July 26, 1944; J 36902. 

Palace corp. 8199 

Palace home, model 288, heating layout. © 
July 10, 1944; I 34895. 

Palmer (John Bernard) 8200 

Novell pin, badge, or button. © 1 c. July 10, 
1944; I 34958. 



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8201 



Parente (Joseph D.) & Perlnoan (Irving H.) 8201 

Welcome home. © June 25, 1944; K 55904, 

Parks air college, inc. 8202, 8203 

Your training at Parks today, etc. © 1 c. Mar. 

1, 1944; K 55924. 

17 years ago Oliver Parks said, etc. © 1 c. 

Jan. 1, 1944; K 55925. 

Party guild. 8204 

Pan-America fiesta tablegrams. Work, rest. © 
June 7, 1944; K 55937. 

Pelton (Sylvester F.) 8205 

Improved dust and sealer cap for valve stems. 
© 1 c. July 15, 1944; I 34898. 

Phillips (Joseph W.) 8206 

Graphical latitude method. © Feb. 29, 1944; 
I 34931. 

Pittsburgh-Des Moines steel co. 8207 

Temperature scale conversion chart, 7393, © 
Dec. 9, 1943; I 34885. 

Powell (LeRoy G.) 8208 

Radiator screen for tractors. © 1 c. July 24, 
1944; I 34941, 

R. C, M, productions, inc. 8209-8211 

Shipbuilding skills, copper smithing. Tinning and 
solder wiping, 4, © June 27, 1944; J 36878, 

Shipbuilding skills, marine machinery installa- 
tion. Laying out and installing stern tube, tail shaft 
and propeller, part: 

ni, running a permanent line and boring, 8. - 
IV, fitting tube, shaft and propeller, 9. © June 27, 
1944; J 36879, 36880. 

R=S products co. 8212, 8213 

Approximate sizing chart, B 7952, B 7957. © 1 
^c, each June 29, 1944; I 34887, 34888. 

8214 



Reed (Jess Msrron) 



ea yess ivijrron; o£i' 

Quick trig sine circle. © June 20, 1944; I 34889, 

Rees (Albert Winfield) 8215-8217 

Depression and recession, chart 7. - Money and 
population in the U. S, A,, chart 5. - Price and pro- 
duction trends, chart 6. © 1 c>each July 18, 1944; 
I 34906=34908. 

Rivera (Aureo) 8218 

Machine for measuring cable. © 1 c. July 24, 
1944; I 34932. 

Rosary foundation, inc. 8219, 8220 

Rasko (M. A.): 

Apparitio SS. Rosarii B. Mariae Virginis de 
Fatima, 1917. © June 27, 1944; H 2761, 

Apparitio SS. Rosarii B. Mariae Virginis de 
Prouille ad S. Dominicum, 1206. © June 29, 1944; 
H 2760. 

Saint Anthony's guild. 8221, 8222 

Immaculate Heart of Mary. - Sacred Heart. © 
July 14, 1944; K 55933, 55934. 

SchuUer Rudolph) 8223 

Shorty. © 1 c. July 15, 1944; K 55950. 

Semet-Solvay co.. New York. 8224 

Semet-Solvay coal products tree. © May 19, 
1944; I 34772. 



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Shanman (Sidney) 8225 

Always ready finder light. © 1 c. July 12, 1944: 
I 34891. 

Shaw (R, D.) 8226 

Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee, the sunken road, 
Shiloh national military park, 3876. © July 20, 
1944; K 55932, 

Shultz (Samuel M.) 8227 

Shelter house for united nations relief and re- 
habilitation adm. © 1 c. July 3, 1944; I 34770, 

Simons (Ethel M.) 8228 

House plans with dinette & 5 rooms & bath on 
first floor & two up. © 1 c. July 26, 1944; I 34953. 

Sisters of Saint Joseph. 8229-8232 

[Faithful guardian] - [Saint Joseph, the workman] 
- [Star of Peace] - [Star of the sea] © July 11, 
1944; K 55928-55931. 

Slovacek (Alois) 8233-8238 

Auxiliary flange and lock-nut keys for buffing 
and grinding lathes. - Compression lock for push 
button on air pressure nozzle. - Protecting tube for 
wires on tank heating elements. - Swing arm com- 
pression button lock on air nozzle. - Two types of 
protector sleeves for electric immersion heaters. - 
U, S. electrical tool co. buffing lathe, serial 262445. 
© 1 c. each July 17, 1944; I 34899-34904. 

Snyder (Cecil Vern) jr. & Snyder (Cecil LeRoy) 
sr. 8239 

Perpetual water power plant. © 1 c. June 24, 

1944; J 36824. 

Southern Baptist convention. Sunday school board. 

8240 
Behold the Lamb of God. © 1 c. June 25, 1944; 
K 55960: 

Southern furniture guild. 8241, 8242 

Maple for your wall spaces. © 1 c. July 2, 1944; 

K 55969. 

Modern traditional. © 1 c. July 16, 1944; K 

55964, 

Squier (Victor Carroll) 8243 

Artist's conception of the store room workshop 
of Antonio Stradivari. © July 20, 1944; K 55954, 

Staley (C. C) 8244 

Combination tool holder, © 1 c. July 24, 1944; 
I 34940, 

Stamm (Franklin P.) 8245 

Tini-pals, © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34935, 

Stanard (Lyle E.) 8246 

Pipe wrench. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34943. 

Standard oil co. of California. 8247 

Standard takes better care of my car too. © 
July 10, 1944; K 55951. 

Steep (Fred W.) 8248 

Novelty lighter and spot remover. © 1 c. July 
15, 1944; I 34910. 

Steward (Howard W.) 8249-8254 

Auke Bay. © June 1, 1944; J 36886. 
Brownie. © May 1, 1929; J 36885. 
Fairweather Range (MtJ © Oct. 1, 1930; J 36888. 



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8268 



Inside passage in the winter. © May 1, 1930; J 
35622. 

Inside passage in the winter. © June 1, 1944; J 
36897. 

Meteor Mountain from aloft. © Aug. 1, 1929; J 
36887. 

Taber (Reginald G.) 8255 

Baby cabinet. © 1 c. July 20, 1944; I 34921. 

Thieme (Anthony) 8256 

Rockport wharf in winter. © June 28, 1944; K 
55910. 

Timken roller bearing co. 8257 

Vital message from General Stilwell. © 1 c. 
June 28, 1944; K 55909. 

Twin editions. 8258 

White horse, 29; by John Constable. © July 28, 
1944; H 2765. 

Underbill (Irving) 8259-8261 

Hunter college. Park av. & 68th st., C21978. - 
Jersey City, medical center, B67773. - Jersey City, 
medical center, M. H. M. hospital, B67772. © July 
1, 1944; J 36922-36924. 



Van Beek (Peter) 8262 

Method of trisecting an angle. © 1 c. July 10, 
1944; I 34794. 

Villard (W. J.) 8263 

Rigid unit forms. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34946, 

Weisenburgh (Philip Arthur) 8264 

Monument of marble for Weisenburgh family. © 
1 c. June 30, 1944; I 34915. 

Westover (Claude O.) 8265 

Pack stand. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 54942. 

Whittaker (Henry Clay) 8266 

Clip clamp hose clamp. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; 
I 34938. 

Wolfenden (Raymond G.) 8267 

Cigarette holder. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 34948. 



Wright (Leland Delos) 8268 

Helicopter flyer map game. © 1 c. July 20, 
1944; I 34920. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) "--- = -.-„ _ 149 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 1,040 one-copy entries - 1,280 

Photographs (including 402 one-copy entries)--- .__==___ — 726 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 84 contributions to periodicals and other one -copy 

entries) = 1,648 

Total ---■^--- - -.3,803 



161 



DRAWINGS, PHOTOGRAPHS AND PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[8268 



Hurley (Edwin Timothy) 1-5 

Cincinnati from the Kentucky side. R 125810, 
Mar. 6, 1944. 

Fountain in the rain. R 125807, Mar. 6, 1944. 

Fountain square in the rain. R 125808, Mar. 6, 
1944. 

Looking down Vine street. R 125809, Mar. 6, 
1944.- 

Sky line of Cincinnati. R 125811, Mar. 6, 1944. 

© Edward Timothy Hurley, Cincinnati. 

Littlehales (Cecil W.) . 6 

Coal products tree. © Semet-Solvay co.. New 
York. R 127526, Apr. 20, 1944. 

Taylor instrument cos. 7-19 

Special turpentine distilling, chart, no. 145. R 

127846, May 3, 1944. 

Taylor recording thermometer, chart 3102, 



3116. R 126172, 126173, Mar. 24, 1944. 

Tycos recording thermometer, chart nos. 146, 
209, 606, 3100. R 127847-127850, May 3, 1944. 

Tycos recording thermometer, chart 210. R 
126174, Mar. 24, 1944. 

Tycos recording thermometer, chart no. 214, 
218, 605, 751, 2502. R 127841-127845, May 3, 1944. 

© Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y, 

Walworth co. 20, 21 

Walworth craftsman. R 126139, Mar. 8, 1944. 
Walworth craftsman. R 126140, Mar. 8, 1944. 
© Walworth co., Boston. 

Webb (Sidney V.) 22-24 

Bouquet of pussies. R 128194, May 13, 1944. 

Guarding the gold fish. R 128196, May 13, 1944. 

If wishes were fishes we'd have some fried. R 
128195, May 13, 1944. 

© S. V. Webb, Berkeley, Calif. 



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Agency paper co., New York. 8269 

Sky-lane light weight paper and envelopes. For 
writing paper & envelopes. © July 14, 1944; KK 
26071, 

American fumigating CO., inc., St. Louis. 

8270, 8271 
America's safest rat killer. For rat bait. © 
May 10, 1944; KK 25892. 
• Fumo-gas, the 100 1o safe fumigant. Fumo- 
spray prevents insect infestation. For fumigant for 
grains & mill insecticide. © May 10, 1944; KK 
25893. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 8272, 8273 

For transportation equipment: 

Beating Ol' Man River to the draw. ® June 
17, 1944; KK 25740. 

High, wide and handsomely done. © July 1, 
1944; KK 26084. 

American safety razor corp., Brooklyn. 8274 

Darling, I'll go on acting with you forever. For 
razors & blades. © July 14, 1944; KK 26065, 

American tobacco co., New York. 8275 

Yesl Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. For 
cigarettes. © June 9, 1944; KK 25793. 

American viscose Corp., New York. 8276-8278 

For rayon: 

Stretch, without rubber! © Mar. 4, 1943; KK 
25934. 

There is much to learn in the 4-H dress revue. 
© Oct. 28, 1943; KK 26145. 

Why rayon makes tough tires. © Nov, 22, 
1942; KK 25901, 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 8279 

Not an A card in ye group. Pilgrims going to 
church. For beer. © June 30, 1944; KK 26180, 



Armour & co., Chicago. 8280-8290 

For beef extract; 

Listen, here is mealtime news! © May 20, 
1944; KK 25925. 

Vitalox makes so delicious dozens of leftover 
dishes. © June 20, 1944; KK 25931. 
For meat: 

Back again! © May 5, 1944; KK 25923, 

For the best in bacon, buy Armour's star 
bacon, © May 31, 1944; KK 25928. 

Make these quick, easy meals. © May 21, 
1944; KK 25926. 

Make this quick, easy meal with high- vitamin 
treet! © May 26, 1944; KK 25940. 

New hot meals. © June 1, 1944; KK 25929. 

New summer meals. © May 26, 1944; KK 
25927. 

Serve delicious treet. © June 18, 1944; KK 
25930. 

Serve delicious treet. © June 23, 1944; KK 
25941. 



Two wonderful ways to serve. ©. May 19, 
1944; KK 25924. 

Associated distributors, Chicago. 8291-8296 

For cosmetics, lipstick; 

By your lips they shall know you. © Mar. 31, 
1944; KK 26050. 

Chen Yu lips, ginghams and sapphires. © 
May 2, 1944; KK 26052. 
For nail polish: 

Fantastic! © May 16, 1944; KK 26053. 
Like my rubies, my nails. © Apr. 18, 1944; 
KK 26051. 

Try new shades of Chen Yu. © Mar. 14, 1944; 
KK 26049, 

Nail lacquer, Chen Yu lipstick. For nail polish 
& lipstick. © Feb. 25, 1944; KK 26048. 

Atlantic commission co., New York. 8297, 8298 

For fruits & vegetables: 

It's time to turn to A & P. © May 10, 1944; 
KK 25878. 

It's time to turn to A & P. © May 26, 1944; 
KK 25875. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, Del. 8299 

Color designed for living. For chemicals & 
explosives. © July 15, 1944; KK 25982. 

Bakelite Corp., New York. 8300 

BR-17700. Technical bulletin no. 44. For syn- 
thetic resins. © June 30, 1944; KK 25822. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Eddystone, Pa. 

8301, 8302 

Accumulator systems. For hydraulic pneumatic 
accumulators. © June 29, 1944; KK 25827. 

Baldwin calibration service. For precision in- 
struments, © July 13, 1944; KK 26070. 



Bell aircraft corp., Buffalo. 

Gl's by proxy. For aircraft. 
KK 25843. 



8303 
June 29, 1944; 

8304, 8305 



Bendix aviation corp.. New York. 

For precision instruments for plajica. 

Bombers away! © May 6, 1943; KK 25735. 
Right in the guts! © Apr. 8, 1943; KK25736. 

Best & CO,, inc., New York. 8306-8319 

Cool as ice cream, young fashions from Best's. 
For children's dresses. © July 9, 1944; KK 25953. 

Feather caps. For women's hats. © July 12, 
1944; KK 25948. 

For young cosmopolitans weekend star in cool 
rayon jersey. For dress, © July 11, 1944; KK 
25945. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. For 
little girl's dress. © July 11, 1944; KK 25946. 

Gay gingham for a young bathing suit. For bath- 
ing suit. © July 11, 1944; KK 25947. 

Hand-sewn, double-woven shimmer fabrics. For 
gloves. © July 6, 1944; KK 25890. 

In demand for summer sports, '44 rayon shark- 
skin cool, crisp, washable. For playsuit, bathing 
suit & tennis dress. © July 12, 1944; KK 25949. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Navy Nada go-everywhere coat. For coat. © 
July 13, 1944; KK 25952. 

Now, the skull cap in rayon velvet. For hats. © 
July 13, 1944; KK 25951. 

Silk shantung in a new shirtmaker. For misses 
dress. © July 6, 1944; KK 25888. 

Summer stars, '44. For coat dress, bathing suit, 
pinafore, sun back dress, ©July 9, 1944; KK 25954. 

Teen beach hit 2 -piece knit swim suit. For bath- 
ing suit. © July 13, 1944; KK 25950. 

Winners for summer sports, '44 in rayon shark- 
skin, cool, crisp, washable. Youi^ beach hit in 
flowered cotton. For playsuit, bathing suit & tennis 
dress, girl's bathing suit. © July 6, 1944; KK 
25891. 

Young cosmopolitans' bow dress. For teen age 
dress. © July 6, 1944; KK 25889. 

Bielzoff (D. J.) products co., Chicago. 8320 

Red horse nautical rums. For rums. © June 
15, 1944; KK 26149. 

Birnbaum (Charles) New York, 8321 

Charles Birnbaum alternating initial guide. For 
signet rings. © June 15, 1944; KK 25976. 

Blatz brewing co,, Milwaukee. 8322, 8323 

For beer: 

America discovers a new favorite. © June 
14, 1944; KK 25841, 

Blatz beer fast becoming America's new 
favorite. © May 17, 1944; KK 25840. 

Bon Ami co., New York. 8324 

You learn the difference when you do your own 
work! For cleanser. © May 25, 1944; KK 25823. 

Borden co., New York. 8325-8329 

For evaporated milk: 

Come on, mom I Help me get $5 in war 
stamps. © Apr. 20, 1944; KK 25806. 

Junior mixes his own formula with Borden's 
evaporated milk. © July 6, 1944; KK 25898. 

I'm sure you'll make a wonderful squirrel! For 
dairy products. © June 30, 1944; KK 25899. 

Look folks! Here's a grand new milk for you. 
For homogenized vitamin D milk. © Jan. 26, 1944; 
KK 25897. 

We're getting it out - you get it out front! For 
malted milk. © Apr, 1, 1944; KK 25807. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J, 8330 

Behind the Botany label. For fabrics, clothing, 
yarns & cosmetics. © June 20, 1944; KK 25797. 

Brewing industry foundation. New York. 

8331-8344 
For beer: 

From where I sit, 75. © Feb. 17, 1944; KK 
25857. 

From where I sit, 76. © Feb. 24, 1944; KK 
25858. 

From where I sit, 77. © Mar. 3, 1944; KK 
25859. 

From where I sit, 78. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 
25860. 

From where I sit, 79. © Mar. 9, 1944; KK 
25861. 

From where I sit, 80. © Mar. 30, 1944; KK 
25862. 

From where I sit, 81. © Apr. 7, 1944; KK 
25863. 



25864. 



From where I sit, 82. © Apr. 14, 1944; KK 



25865. 



From where I sit, 83. © Apr, 21, 1944; KK 



From where I sit, 84. © Apr. 27, 1944, KK 



25866. 



25867, 



25868. 



From where I sit, 85. © May 4, 1944; KK 
From where I sit, 86. © May 11, 1944; KK 
From where I sit, 87. © May 18, 1944; l3c 



25869, 

From where I sit, 88. © May 25, 1944; KK 
25870, 

Briggs mfg. co,, Detroit. 8345 

If it's Briggs, it's colorful. For plumbingware. 
© July 1, 1944; KK 25909. 

Brooks (Phillips) Brooklyn. 8346 

P-S method of jacket crown preparation. For 
dental instruments. © June 3, 1944; KK 25943, 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

8347, 8348 
For sunkist oranges: 

Don't give up, lady, LA-3634-A. © July 2, 
1944; KK 2.6045. 

Your breakfast worries Uncle Sam, LA-3632. 
© June 30, 1944; KK 25835. 

Calvert distillers Corp., New York. 8349, 8350 

For liquor; 

Anyone who knows can tell the real thing. 
Duck. © June 5, 1944; KK 26147. 

Anyone who knows can tell the real thing. 
Horse, © June 14, 1944; KK 25851. 

Cannon electric development co. , Los Angeles. 

8351, 8352 

Cannon plugs with solderless snap-in contacts. 
For cannon plugs. © Mar, 3, 1944; KK 26061. 

Cannon type K & RK insert arrangements to 
scale. For cannon type & connectors. © May 5, 
1944; KK 26057. 

Castle films, inc.. New York. 8353, 8354 

For films: 

Great fun movie you can own. © Apr. 10, 
1943; KK 26137. 

Own this epic movie. © May 28, 1943; KK 
26138, 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 8355 

Now self -fabric belts can be made wrinkle -free. 
For belts. © July 1, 1944; KK 25811. 

Cheney bros., New York. 8356-8359 

For cravats: 

Cheney Alaskans. ©Jan. 12, 1943; KK 26134. 

Cheney North Africans. © Jan. 12, 1943; KK 
26135. 

Cheney's hunt club checks. © Jan. 2, 1944; 
KK 26139. 

Give him our best on Father's day. © Mar. 
1, 1943; KK 26136. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 

8360-8365 
For coal: 

Boy, am I bushed. © July 6, 1944; KK 28002. 
Mr. Claus, can I hire you to deliver coal in 
your spare time? © July 3, 1944; KK 26000. 



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8404 



Okay, you're hired I © July 10, 1944; KK 
26005. 

Our employment department is sure on its 
toes, J. B.! © July 3, 1944; KK 26001. 

This is your desk, Sullivan, © July 6, 1944; 
KK 26003. 

This manpower situation sure has the boss 
up in the air. © July 8, 1944; KK 26004. 

Chiropody supply headquarters, inc., Chicago. 

8366 
Laminex arch support molding blanks. For 
laminex blanks for molding arch supports. © June 
1, 1944; KK 25991. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 8367-8373 
For household bleach & disinfectant: 

Clorox-'Clean bathrooms, a basic stdf» in 
added home health protection! © June 29, 1944; KK 
26187. 

Clorox-clean dishcloths are fresh smelling, 
and more important, sanitary. © June 7, 1944; KK 
26181. 

Clorox-clean kitchens are more than just 
clean, they are sanitary, safer I © June 22, 1944; 
KK 26186. 

Clorox-clean washbasins are safer. © June 
13, 1944; KK 26183. 

Fewer civilian doctors and nurses! Greater 
need for home health protection, more need for 
Clorox cleanliness! © June 15, 1944; KK 26184. 

In laundering, Clorox is extra gentle in 
bleaching and removing stains, etc. © June 8, 1944; 
KK 26182. 

Protect the beauty, prolong the life of pre- 
cious linens! © June 20, 1944; KK 26185. 



Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnattl. 8374, 8375 

For beer: 

How to bear up under the heat. © July 18, 
1944; KK 26043. 

Town's favorite simmer resort. © July 5, 
1944; KK 25812. 



Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 8376 8386 

For soft drink: 

Buy more war bonds = a quicker victory. 
Boy scout war bond. © Jime 13, 1944; KK 25904. 

From Belfast to Boston, coke is the soldier's 
stand-by. Ireland. © May 31, 1944; KK 25908. 

Have a Coca-cola = he's coming home to- 
morrow. Baby carriage. © June 28, 1944; KK 25907. 

Have a Coca-cola = let's relax a bit. Victory 
garden. © July 12, 1944; KK 26176. 

Have a Coca-cola - u bent hier vanharte wel- 
kom. You're heartily welcome here. Aruba. © 
July 6, 1944; KK 26175. 

Have a coke. Bottle and iceberg. © July 1, 
1944; KK 25912. 

Have a coke. Glass and iceberg. © July 1, 
1944; KK 25913. 

Have a coke = it's gey braw. Swell occasion. 
Scotland no. 2. Gey braw are the Scotch words. © 
June 21, 1944; KK 25906. 

Have a coke - it's gey braw. Swell occasion. 
Scotl^dno. 2. Have a coke. © June 21, 1944; KK 
25905. 

Have a coke - what's the good word? Soldier 
and kids in Workshop. © July 14, 1944; KK 26177. 

Have a coke - you're home again. Soldier 
and family on porch. © July 19, 1944; KK 26178. 



Continental baking co., inc., New York. 8387 

Toofer A. Nickel. For hostess cup cakes. © 
July 12, 1944; KK 25980. 

Corn products sales co., New York. 8388 

All good cook books now say, use salad oil. For 
salad oil. © June 28, 1944; KK 25957. 

Crystal research laboratories, inc., Hartford. 

8389 
It's a big job chief. Let's call in crystalab. For 
tesUng equipment. © April 25, 1944; KK 25792. 

Davis (Marion) co., Charlotte, N. C. 8390 

Just arrived! 600 summer suits. For summer 
suits. © June 23, 1944; KK 26010. 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 8391, 8392 

For chemicals: 

Prevents rust and corrosion of aircraft. © 
May 25, 1944; KK 25810. 

Protek-sorb silica gel changed a lot of think- 
ing. © June 15, 1944; KK 25842. 

Dill mfg. CO., Cleveland. 8393 

Dillectric tube repair equipment, supplies and 
service. For tube repair equipment & supplies. © 
June 5, 1944; KK 26023. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 

8394 
Two patterns to influence your future. For vita- 
mins. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 26090. 

Dodge mfg. Corp., Mishawaka, Ind. 8395-8397 

For transmissioneered power drive equipment: 

Get your plant ready for another shift! © 
June 10, 1944; KK 25936. 

Transmissioneering delivers more pulling 
power with D-V drives. © May 1, 1944; KK 
25725. 

When tanks and jeeps take off their armor. 
© May 13, 1944; KK 25937. 

Domore chair co., inc., Elkhart, Ind. 8398 

Check your sitting habits. For chairs. © June 
24, 1944; KK 26020. 

Dumont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc.. New York. 

8399, 8400 
For precision instruments & electrones: 

How you answer their television questions. 
© May 17, 1944; KK 25972. 

Your new studio one. © Jvme 9, 1944; KK 
25967. 

Durham mfg. copp., Muncie, Ind. 8401 

May the God we trust as a nation throw the light 
of His peace and grace on a Flag. For metal 
furniture. © July 10, 1944; KK 25975. 

Duro test Corp., North Bergen, N. J. 8402, 8403 
For incandescent lamps: 

Need a tough lamp! © July 24, 1944; KK 
26142. 

Reduce your lighting costs. © May 10, 1944; 
KK 26141. 

Dye (Glen M.) Minneapolis. 8404 

Health. For machines, photo prints. © Feb. 6, 
1944; KK 26040. 



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pt. rv, n. s., V. 39 



Eldean (Fred), d. b. a. Public relations service, 
New York. 8405 

Man-power reserve in public relations. For 

book & monthly supplements. ® May 20, 1944; KK 

25883. 

Faber (Eberhard) pencil co., Brooklyn. 8406 

Pigment-to-paper writeability in colored pencils. 
For colored pencils. © June 22, 1944; KK 25933. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 

8407-8410 
Do your spring shopping the one-stop way at 
Firestone. For home & auto supplies. © Apr. 4, 
1943; KK 25964. 

For rubber & metal products: 

Columbus discovered rubber. Firestone dis- 
covered butaprene. © Dec. 24, 1942; KK 25986. 

23 years ago Firestone pioneered ship by 
truck, © Feb. 24, 1943; KK 25985. 

Longest wearing tractor tire actually costs you 
the least. For tires. © Feb. 15, 1943; KK 25963. 

Galen co., Berkeley, Calif. 8411 

Now, a Galen quality vitamin product at extreme- 
ly low cost. For pharmaceutical products. © Feb. 
1, 1943; KK 25809. 

Gearing (Charles Albert) Bellwood, 111. 8412 

Modern crusade flag. The royal Christian 
banner. For flags & banners. © Sept. 27, 1943; KK 
25856. 

General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 8413-8437 

For cereal: 

Any time's the time for wheaties. © June 17, 
1944; KK 26106. 

Any time's the time for wheaties. © June 18, 
1944; 26107. 

Breakfast skipping is out. © June 25, 1944; 
KK 26109. 

Crisp! Made of ground oatmeal, corn and 
rye, just taste it. © June 28, 1944; KK 26110. 

Higher and higher, © Apr. 29, 1944; KK 
26095. 

How lonely little orphan became Hollywood's 
beloved star. © May 21, 1944; KK 26099. 

It's' twins. © June 20, 1944; KK 26108. 

Look, ground oatmeal, corn and rye blended 
to make crisp cheerioats. © July 2, 1944; KK 
26112. 

Now, an oatmeal cereal with corn and rye 
blended in. © May 7, 1944; KK 26097. 

Now, an oatmeal cereal with corn and rye 
blended in. © June 4, 1944; KK 26104. 

Skoal. © May 27, 1944; KK 26100. 

Whippir^ around. © Apr. 8, 1944; KK 26091. 

Zing. © Apr. 23, 1944; KK 26092, 
For cereal & flour: 

H you ask me, © May 21, 1944; KK 26098, 

Swing shift, © June 4, 1944; KK 26103. 
For flour: 

At ease. © May 26, 1944; KK 26101. 

Betty Crocker says: Mix a better cake in 4 
minutes. © July 1, 1944; KK 26111. 

Break rules, make better cake. © Mar. 8, 
1944; KK 26089. 

Quickies. © Apr. 26, 1944; KK 26094. 

You don't beat eggs. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
26088. 

1/4 cup shortening, 48 grand fruit bars. © 
June 11, 1944; KK 26105. 



For food products: 

Gangway ahead. © May 6, 1944; KK 26096. 
Recipe for a lunch with a punch. © Apr. 26, 
1944; KK 26093. , 

Say, I like eating breakfast now. © June 3, 
1944; KK 26102. 

Good program for cows on pasture. For feeds. 
© May 18, 1944; KK 26114. 

Gilbert-Baker-Midlam co., Dayton, O. 8438 

G-B-M collet step chuck 4 1/2" size. For 
collet step chuck. © June 21, 1944; KK 25942. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co.. New York. 

8439-8443 

Breeze through your wash. For white sail soap 
grains. © May 10, 1944; KK 25879. 

Dated freshness wins! For marvel bread. © 
May 10, 1944; KK 25881. 

For that homey touch I For Ann Page food prod- 
ucts. © May 10, 1944; KK 25880. 

It's time to turn to A & P coffee! For coffee. 
© June 9, 1944; KK 25876. 

It's time to turn to A & P tea, iced. For tea. © 
June 23, 1944; KK 25877, 

Greenlee tool co,, Rockford, 111, 8444 

Greenlee handy calculator. For tools. © Apr. 
14, 1944; KK 25801, 

Hamilton watch co., Lancaster, Pa. 8445 

Man with the boxes that tick. For watches. © 
Jan. 10, 1944; KK 25918. 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 8446, 8447 

For ale: 

Don't let it get away from you. © June 21, 
1944; KK 25836. 

Recess. © July 12, 1944; KK 26140. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, iiic. Little Falls, N. 
Y. 8448 

New! A way to make more delicious ice cream. 
For rennet tablets. © June 10, 1944; KK 25914, 



Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 



8449 



Cellulose plastics are lightweight! For chem- 
icals. © July 6, 1944; KK 25828, 

HireStra laboratories, inc. New York, 

8450-8452 
For cosmetic face cream: 

Can science actually make the face more 
youthful? © July 9, 1944; KK 25829. 

Thousands watch the face grow younger this 
scientific way. © July 23, 1944; KK 26064. 

What science can do to bless you with a 
younger face. © July 16, 1944; KK 25969. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 
Imperial paper & color Corp., Glen Falls, N. Y. 

8453, 8454 
For wallpaper: 

Best buy for your home! © Feb, 25, 1944; 
KK 25874. 

You can improve your home right now ! ' © 
Feb, 10, 1944; KK 25873. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 8455 

Vital source of supply. For permanent magnets, 
© June 29, 1944; KK 26007. 



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International cellucotton products co., Chicago. 

Little Lulu. Big bear camp. For icleenex. 
July 16, 1944; KK 26041. 



8456 

© 



, International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 8457 

It's like this sir. For sterling inlaid silverplate. 
© July 15, 1944; KK 26143. 

International telephone & telegraph Corp., New 
York. 8458 

Here's a stairway back to earth. For ultra high 

frequency beam transmission equipment. © July 

20, 1944; KK 26129. 

Jerpe commission co., inc., Omaha. 8459, 8460 

Swanson's ever fresh fowl for fricassee. For 
fowl for fricassee. © July 20, 1944; KK 26133. 

Swanson's ever fresh frying chicken. For fry- 
ing chicken. © July 18, 1944; KK 26146. 

Joffe (Julian A.) New York. 8461, 8462 

For assorted candy decorations: 

Chocolate covered bars and patties, decorated 
with assortment number AE51. © June 23, 1944; 
KK 25854. 

Chocolate covered bars and patties, decorated 
with rabbit assortment number AE52, ornamented 
egg assortment AE53. ^ June 23, 1944; KK 25808, 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

8463, 8464 

David Hayes Agnew, M. D., 1818-1892. For 
sutures. © June 30, 1944; KK 25959. 

J & J all-cotton dressing combines improve with 
sterilization. For dressing combines. © July 5, 
1944; KK 25960. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp,, Pittsburgh. 8465 

Baptism of fire for steel ingots. For steel, © 
July 13, 1944; KK 26008. 

Jones products, inc., Cambridge, Mass, 8466 

Jones jolly housemaid suggests you try Jones 
floor wax. For floor wax & polishes. © June 23, 
1944; KK 26144. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek, 8467 

Good news for dog owners! For dog food. © 
June 14, 1944; KK 25837. 

Keuffel & Esser co., Hoboken, N. J. 8468 

How to use phoenix tracing cloth. For tracing 
cloth. © Apr, 26, 1944; KK 26130. 

Kustomat co,, Chicago. 8469 

Easy to clean coaster. For pads or coasters for 
table uses. © May 15, 1944; KK 25853. 

Lehn & Fink products corp,, Bloomfield, N. J, 

8470-8473 
For disinfectant: 

Hang this right, © June 5, 1944; KK 25848, 
Lost: One husband's heart. © July 11, 1944; 
KK 26087, 

Warning: Don't follow, © June 13, 1944; KK 
25849. 

What makes Mary so toothsome. For tooth 
powder. © July 6, 1944; KK 25850. 



8496 



For cigarettes; 

For my friends and guests. © July 21, 1944; 
KK 26068. 

Talker Seton, © July 13, 1944; KK 25984. 

Tiller Saxton, © June 29, 1944; KK 25838. 

Tintype savage. © July 20, 1944; KK 26067. 

Tiny Sawyer. © July 6, 1944; KK 25983. 

Two on the isle. Man and girl on roof top. © 
July 7, 1944; KK 25894. 

What your boy wants most. Carole Landis, 
© July 5, 1944; KK 25839, 

It goes with me. Naval officer. For Granger 
pipe tobacco. © July 1, 1944; KK 25895. 

Lincoln electric co., Cleveland. 8482 

Welder specification bulletin no. 347. For weld- 
ing equipment. © June 22, 1944; KK 25944. 

Lindberg engineering co., Chicago. 8483 

Lindberg laboratory furnaces. Price list, July, 
1943, Reprinted Apr., 1944. For laboratory fur- 
naces. © Apr. 22, 1944; KK 25846. 

I 
Lube=x systems, inc., Chicago. 8484 

Lube=x tractor lubrication guide. For trans- 
mission & hydraulic lubricant. © June 29, 1944; KK 
26021. 

Macmillan petroleum corp,, Los Angeles. 8485 

Plenty of advertising to back you up. For motor 
oil, © May 27, 1944; KK 26148. 

Majestic radio & television Corp., Chicago. 8486 
Majestic radio news, no. 11. For radios & 
radio equipment! © July 3, 1944; KK 25821. 

Melikov (Gr[regor]) Chicago, 8487 

Masterpieces of the blending art. For perfumes. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 25847. 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Sprii^ield, Mass. 8488 

Circle and monogram. June, 1944, For diction- 
aries. © June 6, 1944; KK 25900. 

Metallizing engineering co., inc., Long Island City, 

N. Y. 

High speed gun. For metallizing guns. © July 
15, 1944; KK 25962. 

Micro switch corp., Freeport, lU. 8490-8492 

For precision electric switches: 

Hundreds of spots for Micro switch. © Nov. 
13, 1943; KK 25831. 

There are hundreds of utility appli»,ations for 
Micro switch, © Oct. 2, 1943; KK 25830. 

Utilities find many spots. © Dec. 11, 1943; 
KK 25832. 



Midwest mfg. & engineering corp., New York. 



8493 



Liggett & Myers tobacco co.. New York. 



8474-8481 



Vuerax. For rack for ties, collar, cuff buttons. 
© July 10, 1944; KK 25882. 

Movado watch agency, inc., New York, 8494 

Craftsmanship. For Movado watches. © Apr. 
8, 1943; KK 25915. 

Muncie gear works, inc., Muncie, Ind. 

8495, 8496 
For outboard motors: 

I whittled this one out. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 
26066. 



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Share a ride, new Neptunes are coming. © 
July 1, 1944; KK 25896. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 8497, 8498 

Increase welding production with National 

processed cover lenses. For cover lenses. © July 

5, 1944; KK 25885. 

Model 37 torchweld scarfing torch. For scarfing 

torch. © June 20, 1944; KK 25884. 

National distillers products Corp., New York. 

8499-8502 
For rum drink: 

Mountain cooler, © June 15, 1944; KK 26063. 
Mountain express. © June 15, 1944; KK 
26062. 

For the most delicious coUins in the world. For 
distilled London dry gin. © May 28, 1943; KK 
25855. 

Truly American, in tradition. For whiskey. © 
July 1, 1944; KK 26009. 

National electric coil co., Columbus, O. 8503 

Real high temperature insulation. For electrical 
insulation. © July 25, 1944; KK 26131. 

National tube co., Pittsburgh. 8504 

Improved Bessemer steel and better pipe. For 
steel tubing. © July 18, 1944; KK 26026. 

Nehi Corp., Columbus, Ga. 8505, 8506 

For beverages: 

Adventures of R. C. and Quickie. © May 31, 
1944; KK 26126. 

How to organize a teen-age night club in your 
town. © Apr. 3, 1944; KK 25917. 

Norton Lasier co., Chicago. 8507 

Doors of the future. For door closers. © June 
20, 1944; KK 25903. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 8508-8511 

For silverware: 

Back home for keeps. Dear God, bring him 
safe home. © May 22, 1944; KK 25922. 

Back home for keeps. He's the man of your 
heart. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25921. 

Back home for keeps. In the space. © Feb. 
1, 1944; KK 25919. 

Back home for keeps. No other smile. © 
Mar. 31, 1944; KK 25920. 

Pillsbury flour mills co., Minneapolis. 

8512-8523 
For flour: 

After all, pretty lady, this has gone far 
enough. © May 14, 1944; KK 26038. 

Appetites get excited at the first bite of muf- 
fins with soy! © Dec. 16, 1943; KK 26037. 

Found! 3 new and delicious ways to serve 
protein with soy! © Dec. 9, 1943; KK 26036. 

It's new, with soy, America's most exciting 
pancake! © Oct. 12, 1943; KK 26030. 

My goodness, how many more? They're new, 
with soy, and mighty easyeatin'! ©Oct. 5, 1943; KK 
26029 

Rich with body -building soy! © Oct. 26, 1943; 
KK 26032. 

Something to get excited about soy news. © 
Sept. 28, 1943; KK 26028. 

They're new! They're exciting with soy! © 
Nov. 9, 1943; KK 26034. 

They're new with soy, waffles your family 
will love. © Oct. 19, 1943; KK 26031. 



This is the fork thlat started the riot. © Nov. 
3, 1943; KK 26033. 

When it comes to git-up-and-go, they've got 
it! © Dec. 1, 1943; KK 26035. 

75th anniversary. © June 24, 1944; KK 
26039. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 8524 

Design of the month. July, 1944, v. 8, no. 3. For 
glass products. © July 14, 1944; KK 25973. 

Post sales, Phoenix, Ariz. 8525 

Lucky you. Here's your lucky lodestone. For 
leather poke with stone. © June 16, 1944; KK 
25844. 

Process mfg. co., Chic^o. 8526 

Stop this now with safe step rug grip. For safe 
step rug grip. © May 18, 1944; KK 25815. 

Public- relations service. See Eldean (Fred), d. b. 
a. Public relations service. 

Pullman-Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 8527 

Pullman-Standard created streamlined railroad 
cars. For railroad equipment. © July 3, 1944; KK 
26006. 

Rich's (B.) sons, Washington. 8528 

Rich's fine shoes since 1869. For shoes. © 
July 18, 1944; KK 25974. 

Sabor (Russ), d. b. a. Vita lustre, Minneapolis. 

. 8529 
For complete information about America's rec- 
ognized hotels ask the hotel greeter. For hotel 
directory. © May 25, 1944; KK 25956. 

Sales affiliates, inc., New York. 8530 

Svelt, For multi-purpose liquid cream. © Feb. 
24, 1941; KK 25819. 

Schering corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 8531, 8532 

Basic facts about priodax tablets. For priodax 

tablets. © June 27, 1944; KK 25834. 

Safe low -cost oral estrogen. For estinyl. © 

June 16, 1944; KK 25833. 

Scientific lubricants co., Chicago. 8533 

Motor mica anti-friction compound. For anti 
friction compound. © July 21, 1944; KK 26132, 

Searle (G. D.) & co., Chicago. 8534 

Air borne. For pharmaceutical preparation. © 
June 27, 1944; KK 25902. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 8535 

One and only season skipper, in 100 °fo wool 
gabardine two complete coats in one! For ladies 
coats. © June 26, 1944; KK 25910. 

Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 8536, 8537 

For women's shoes: 

Easy sailing with easy goers. © May 29, 
1944; KK 26012. 

Goodbye to summer foot fatigue, © May 26, 

1944; KK 26011. 

Shaw (John E.) Los Angeles, 8538 

Stock list. For drills. © June 13, 1944; KK 
25977. 

Sherwin-Williams co., Cleveland. 8539 

Standard colors, Great Lakes fleets. For marine 
paints & varnishes. © June 12, 1944; KK 25911. 



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8574 



Shewan-Jones, inc., New York. 8540 

Spirit of the grape. For brandy. © July 17, 
1944; KK 26069. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 8541-8543 

For family sewing machines: 

Singer 66-1, 66-4 and 66-6 machine parts. 
Showing points of wear. Form 20004 (644) © July 
6, 1944; KK 25887. 

Singer 127-3 and 127-12 machine parts. Show- 
ing points of wear. Form 20007 (644) © July 6, 
1944; KK 25886. 

Unprecedented speed and efficiency with this 
suturing Instrument. For Singer surgical stitching 
instrument. © July 1, 1944; KK 25990. 

Singer sewing machine CO., New York. 8544 

Es divertido coser con una Slngerl For needles, 

oil, attachments, parts. ©July 15, 1944; KK 25989. 

Snyder (C. W.) Los Angeles. 8545 

Fru-ve-ju. For fruit & vegetable juices. ©Apr. 
27, 1944; KK 25814. 

Spalding (A. G.) & bros., inc.. New York. 

8546, 8547 
For sporting goods: 

Spalding sports show golf in wartime. © July 
6, 1944; KK 25961. 

Spalding si)orts show national tennis champi- 
onships, 1944. © June 29, 1944; KK 25958. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. 8548, 8549 

For gasoline & motor oil: 

Mom and pop and the car. A series of car- 
toons devoted to better car care by Lichty. © June 
22, 1944; KK 26054. 

That reminds me, George, we must have the 
Standard oil man grease the car tomorrow! Expert 
service on car lubrication and oil change. © June 
9, 1944; KK 26055. 



Standard oil co. of California, San Francisco. 



8550 



5 bull's eye arrows to your bow. For insecti- 
cide. © July 15, 1944; KK 26042. 

Studebaker corp.. South Bend, Ind. 8551, 8552 

For airplane engines & military trucks: 

I'm trucking my next load. © July 11, 1944; 
KK 25826. 

617 combat hours for Studebaker -built engine 
43-58319. © July 24, 1944; KK 26046. 

Taylor instrument cos., Rochester, N. Y. 8553 

Cash-in on Taylor national consumer advertis- 
ing of fever thermometers. Form no. 99150. For 
fever thermometers. ©July 27, 1944; KK 26174. 

Tlmken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 8554 

For outstanding performance Tlmken bearing 
is first choice. For roller bearings. © July 10, 
1944; KK 26044. 

Tivoll brewing co., Detroit. 8555, 8556 

For beer: 

Just can't change. © July 1, 1944; KK 26019. 
No magic. It's the same. © May 1, 1944; KK 
25852. 

Tregs, New York. 8557 

How to sell Tregs. For thermo-plastic hose 
reinforcement. © June 2, 1944; KK 25932. 



Tremco mfg., co., Cleveland. 8558, 855.9 

It's far better to make roof repairs than to wish 

you hadl For roof coatings, & general roof repairs. 

© July 1, 1944; KK 25799. 

Tremco strip -seal the mastic ribbon. For 

mastic ribbon used for sealing. © July 15, 1944; 

KK 26085. 

Turkel (Henry) Detroit. 8560 

Turkel trephine Instrument for sternal infusion 
and biopsy needle. For infusion and biopsy needle. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 25965. 

Union pharmaceutical co., inc., Bloomfield, N. J. 

8561 
For constipation during pregnancy. For saraka. 
© June 13, 1944; KK 25981. 

Valve pilot Corp., New York. 8562-8565 

For recording Instruments: 

Valve pilot tape talks, number 54. © July 18, 
1944; KK 26013. 

Valve pilot tape talks, number 55. © July 18, 
1944; KK 26014. 

Valve pilot tape talks, number 56. © July 18, 
1944; KK 26015. 

Valve pilot tape talks, number 57. © July 20, 
1944; KK 26027. 

Vlctaulic CO. of America, New York. 8566 

Pipe dream that worked. For pipe couplings & 
fittings. © May 17, 1944; KK 25988. 

Vita lustre. See Sabor (Russ), d. b. a. Vita lustre. 

Walker (Hiram) & sons, inc., Peoria, 111. 8567 

You wouldn t want a bristling whiskey! That's 
why imperial is velveted. For whiskey. © Apr. 1 , 
1943; KK 25978. 

Warren (Northam) Corp., Stamford, Conn. 8568 

America's smartest women choose favorite 
cutex nail shade. For nail polish. © Apr. 2, 1944; 
KK 25871. 

Warwick chemical co.. West Warwick, R. I. 8569 
Breaking the seal. For chemicals. © July 10, 
1944; KK 26025. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 8570, 8571 

For neck ties: 

Harmony tones in Wembley nor-east ties. © 
June 23, 1944; KK 25805. 

Symbols of quality. © June 25, 1944; KK 
25968. 

Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. dlv.. New Haven. 8572 

For the day when. For flashlight batteries. © 

June 8, 1944; KK 26179. 

Wlckwlre Spencer steel co. , New York. 8573 

Yellow killer, genus Tojo. For wire screen 
cloth. © July 13, 1944; KK 25935. 

Winchester repeating arms co. dlv. Western 
cartridge co. See Western cartridge co. Win- 
chester repeating arms co. dlv. 

Wood song pub. co., Tulsa, Okl. 8574 

What is It. For songs. © Mar. 16, 1944; KK 
26059. 



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Dt. IV. n. s.f V. 39 


Zenith radio Corp., Chicago. 8575-8578 


1944; KK 26024. 


For radionic hearing aid: 


New Zenith radionic hearing aid, KA-494A. 


Earphone and plastic-covered cord. © June 


© June 8, 1944; KK 26017. 


8, 1944; KK 26016. 


Wearing the old style earphone & cord, HA- 


Neutral -color earphone and cord. © July 12, 


494B. © June 8, 1944; KK 26018. 



Number of entries of Commercial Prints included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



3,133 



170 



LABELS 



Armme co., Chicago. 8579 

Armme code-o-graph. For game. © Mar. 10, 
1944; KK 26022. 

Canoga farm, Encino, Calif. 8580 

Overseas fruit club. For confection. © June 1, 
1944; KK 25939. 

Carter distilling co., Chicago. 8581 

Ben Franklin. For blended whiskey. © Aug. 10, 
1943; KK 25872. 

Clayton (A. C.) printing co., St. Louis. 8582 

Marshall Field & company shoe salon. For 
shoes. © July 18, 1944; KK 26056. 

Damkoehler (David Lee), d.b.a. Damkoehler chem- 
ical & paper products, Oconto, Wis. 8583 
Marvelle product. For chemical & paper prod- 
ucts. © July 7, 1944; KK 26127. 

Damkoehler chemical & paper products. See Dam- 
koehler (David Lee), d. b. a. Damkoehler chemical 
& paper products. 

Disolvo products co. See Lippman (David), d. b. a. 
Disolvo products co. 

Dri-dux co.. Park Ridge, N. J. 8584 

Dri-dux water resistant. For waterproofing 
liquid. © June :0, 1944; KK 25»70. 

General baking co.. New York. 8585-8590 

Bond cinnamon fruit roll. For fruit roll. © 
June 15, 1944; KK 25998. 
For bread: 

Bond club rye bread. © Jime 15, 1944; KK 
25996. 

Bond cracked wheat bread. ©> Jime 15, 1944; 
KK 25994. 

Bond rye bread. © June 15, 1944; KK 25997. 

Bond Swedish rye bread. © June 15, 1944; 
KK 25995. 

Bond wheat bread. © June 15, 1944; KK 
25999. 



General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 8591 

Cheerioats. For cereal. © June 14, 1944; KK 
26113. 

Hawley pulp & paper co., Oregon City, Or. 8592 
Gingham bathroom tissue. For toilet paper. © 
May 25, 1944; KK 25722. 

Hershel's laboratories, inc., Parkman, O. 8593 

Big league hand soap. For hand soap. © Apr. 
6, 1944; KK 25993. 

Hibbs (R. M.) Philadelphia. 8594 

PN-725 makes water wetter. For cleaning com- 
pound, powder. © July 15, 1944; KK 25992. 

Hurst (Raymond Baker) Birmingham, Ala, 8595 
PY for pyorrhea. For treatment for pyorrhea. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 25955. 



Industrial film & poster service, Hollywood, Calif. 

8596-8598 
For phonograph record: 

Got to get out and vote. © July 3, 1944; KK 
25804. 

We're keeping score for '44. © July 3, 1944; 
KK 25803. 

Hell bent for election. For motion picture film. 
© July 3, 1944; KK 25802. 

Kalmide chemical co.. New York. 8599 

Rust-go. For boiler water cleaning compound. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 25938. 

Kansas City cleaning fluids supply co., Kansas 
City, Mo. 8600 

Cleantex French dry cleaner. For dry cleaning 

fluid. © July 15, 1944; KK 25979. 

Lippman (David), d. b. a. Disolvo products co., 
Buffalo. 8601 

Disolvo handi -cleaner. For cleaning compound. 

© June 8, 1942; KK 26058. 

McCormick (J. J.) See Gates (M. E.) 

Markwell mfg. co., inc., New York. 8602 

MarkweU featherweight RX stapler. For stapling 
machine. © June 12, 1944; KK 25734. 

Meyers (A. C.) & co., Philadelphia. 8603 

Judy Gay sweater dickey. For ladies' neckwear. 
© June 27, 1944; KK 25813. 

Monogram slipper co., St. Louis. 8604 

Risque. For slippers. © May 1, 1944; KK 
25987. 

Nalco, inc.. New York. 8605 

Story box. For toy book. © Apr. 4, 1944; KK 
25916. 

Gates (M. E.) & McCormick (J. J.) Austin, Minn. 

8606 
Prespak. For dispenser for screws, bolts. © 
June 30, 1944; KK 25720. 

P. M. stationery co., Minneapolis. 8607 

Letter -a-day stationery. For stationery. © 
May 12, 1944; KK 25820. 

Pollock paper & box co., Dallas. 8608 

Klein*s. For ice cream. © June 28, 1944; KK 
25971. 

Rawlings (Clara) Los Angeles. 8609 

In Capistrano by the Pacific. For recording. © 
May 13, 1944; KK 25845. 

Sales affiliates, inc.. New York. 8610 

Let loxol shampoo lusterize your hair. For 
hair shampoo. © Feb. 24, 1941; KK 25818. 

Schulman (Ernest) New York. 8611 

Wear sheerazair hosiery. For hosiery. © June 
25, 1944; KK 26128. 



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Smith chemical co., Los Angeles. 

Cigarette smokers tooth powder, 
powder. © June 30, 1944; KK 25795. 



For 



8612 
tooth 



Soda cola co., Nelsonville, O. 8613 

Soda cola. Tingy-tangy-tasty, slogan. For 
flavoring syrup, carbonated bottle beverages. © 
June 12, 1944; KK 25824. 

Stroock (S.) & CO., inc., New York. 8614 

Stroock, America's most distinguished woolens. 
For woolens, woven fabrics. © May 16, 1944; KK 
25791. 

Tube-lube co., Chattanooga. 8615 

Insul-coat. For powder for mixing curing bag 
paint. © June 30, 1944; KK 25825. 

Univis lens co., Dayton, O. 8616, 8617 

Dictionary says: I'm an old man. For eye 
glasses. © July 20, 1944; KK 26047. 



Our sights are also on the future ! For instru- 
ment lenses. © July 20, 1944; KK 26086. 

Western states specialty co., Kansas City, Mo. 

8618, 8619 

Z-4 kar-klean polish. For cleaner. © Feb. 15, 
1943; KK 25817. 

Z-4 no-rust. For rust preventative. © Feb. 15, 
1943; KK 25816. . 

Western waxed paper co., Portland, Or. 8620 
Western lockerap locks in freshness and flavor. 
For waxed paper. © June 15, 1944; KK 25721, 

Witt (Eli) cigar & tobacco co., Miami, Fla. 8621 
Write now. For stationery. © Feb. 10, 1944; 
KK 25966. 

Yankee Doodle root beer co., Los Angeles. 8622 
Yankee Doodle. For root beer. © June 1, 1944; 
KK 26083. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



431 



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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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 8 



The Catalog of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 4, formerly issued <iuarterly, 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 copyright pro- 
prietor 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 di£Eerent. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of 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. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
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art; "l," 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 prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right Office of the photogr^h or other identifying reproduction. 
The annual index contains the names of all proprietors. 

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"shall be admitted in any court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards any copyright 
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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 proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, 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 copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs filed for identifyii^ 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. 



(HI) 



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 copyr^ht proprietor are 
the same. 



Aarons (George M.)* 8623-8627 

Girl with festoon. - Girl with shell. - Head of 
horse in high relief. - Lincoln (Abraham) - Mother 
and child. © 1 c. each Aug. 25, 1944; G 43893- 
43897. 

Americana designs. 8628 

Brandfield (Kitty): 

Mare and foal. © Feb. 28, 1944; G 43891. 

Barre granite assn., inc. 8629-8638 

Deacy (William Henry): 

War memorial, 55. ©Aug. 12,1944; G43931. 
Elwell (Roy A.): 

War memorial, 27. ©Aug. 12, 1944; G 43940. 
Kastrup (Carl): 

War memorial, 74, 76, 80, 84. © Aug. 12, 
1944; G 43932, 43933, 43938, 43939. 
Sherwood (C, H.) & De Selice (T.): 

War memorial, 93. © Aug. 12, 1944; G 
43934. 

Tucci (Franic M.): 

War memorial, 59. ©Aug. 12, 1944; G 43935. 
Yaeger (Albert B.): 

War memorial, 113. © Aug. 12, 1944; G 
43936. 

Van Wageningen (Fred): 

War memorial, 36. ©Aug. 12,1944; G43937. 

Bilfred enterprises. 8639-8646 

Schlessinger (Leon): 

Bugs Bunny antics, 4. - Goodmark wrappings. 

- Looney tune, S-1, 1,2.- Looney tune characters, 
3. - Merry Christmas, B. - Snow flake, A. © 1 c. 
each June 29, 1944; G 43947-43954. 

Blythe (Walter Edward)* 8647, 8648 

Doberman pinscher. - Fox terrier, smooth. © 
July 17, 1944; G 43854, 43855. 

Broomfield (Albert Jonathan)* 8649-8653 

Electroland. - Electroland. Magnetic people. - 
Electroland. Scud car. - Electroland. - Shorty & 
Mike's garage. - Electroland. Sparks grill. © 1 
c. each June 22, 1944; G 43876-43880. 

Campos (Florencio Molina)* 865:4-8665 

Fulcrum. - Give us a hand, pal. - Lasso. - Lone 

star. - Marking time. - Old shack. - On the road. 

- School. - To a flower. - Voice of experience. - 
We gauchos. - Wonderful piece of machinery. © 1 
c. each Aug. 11, 1944; G 43834-43845. 

Cooper (Ralph)* 8666-8670 

Kangaroo mother and child. - Monkey shines. - 
Pillow back wing chair. - Piped back wing chair. - 
Sofa with 3 cushions. © 1 c. each Aug. 25, 1M4; 
G 43942-43946. 

De Sarro (Rodney)* 8671 

Peewee Jones. © 1 c. Aug. 12, 1944; G 43941. 



Drus (Peter Paul J.)* 8672-8674 

Skycargo. Cai^o from the air via skylanes. - 
Skyfood. Food from the sky via alrlanes. - Sky- 
freight. Cai^o from the air via skylanes. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 30, 1944; G 43927-43929. 

Dunn (James Andrew)* 8675 

U. S. naval training and distribution center. © 
1 c. July 26, 1944; G 43872. 

Fehrenbach (Alfonz)* 8676 

Heart model pictures. © 1 c. July 15, 1944: G 
43884. 

Frost & Reed, ltd. 8677-8682 

Dawson (Montague): 

Clipper's return, M. D. 125. - Golden even- 
ing, M. D. 124. - Line ahead, M. D. 126. - Racing 
clippers, M. D. 123. - Spinnakers out, M. D. 127. - 
White clipper, M. D. 121. © 1 c. each Aug. 17, 
1944; G 43859-43864. 

Gage (George W.)* 8683 

Fighting flying eagle. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 1944; G 
43907. 

Oilman (J. P.) granite co. 8684 

Bliss design co.: 

Johnson (Katherlne & William) memorial, 
797. © Dec. 1, 1943; G 43898. 

Herrlck (Douglas)* 8685 

Standerfal Stacey. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; G 
43930. 

Hlntermelster (John Henry) 8686 

Hlntermelster (Hy. [I. e. John Henry]): 

Likely spot. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1944; G 43853. 

Hoffmaster (Maud Miller)* 

Whispering peace I © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; G 
43866. 

Huayna (Cusl Manco)* 8688 

We're fighting for America. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 
1944; G 43865. 

Hughes (Kenneth M.)* 8689 

• Perdo. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1944; G 43873. 

Jabeson. 8690, 8691 

Bloch (William Joseph): 

Louis. - Madam Pompadour. © May 3, 1944; 
G 43856, 43857. 

King features syndicate. Inc. 8692-8697 

Reusswlg (William): 

On the lookout, set 2, no. 2. - Over the 
Channel, set 2, no. 3. - Somewhere In Britain, set 
2, no. 1. - Wounded on way back, set 3, no. 2. © 
Aug. 13, 1944; G 43885-43888. 



173 



8698 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



Somewhere in France, set 3, nos. 1, 3. © 
Aug. 20, 1944; G 43924, 43925. 

Kupprat (John)* 8698, 8699 

Monument: 

Korcak (Frank & Vincent) - Kovar (Marie) 
© 1 c. each Aug. 22, 1944; G 43882, 43883. 

Larkin (George) & Larkin (Olive)* 8700 

Symbol for peace flag. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1944- G 
43900. 

Loyal order of Moose. Lodge no. 1605, 8701 

Shaffer (James T.): 

Monarch of his kingdom. © June 1, 1944; G 
43906. 

Lull creations. 8702-8705 

Lull (Glenn S.): 

Angel in bas relief, facing left. - Angel in 
bas relief, facing right. - Boy with dog. - Girl with 
doll. © June 15, 1944; G 43901-43904, 



Marshall (John Thurston)* 

GI soap. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1944; G 43905 



8706 
8707-8711 



Martinelli (Lorenzo) 
Sand (John): 

Arab stallion. - Belgian stallion. - Blue jay 
- Cardinal. - Grosbeaks, © July 17, 1944; G 43919- 
43923. 



Mewrock (William) 
Friedland (Lillian): 

Elephant. © 1 c. Aug. 17, 1944; G 43858 



8712 



^filler (Willis Harol<^* 8713 

Sunburst design. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1944; G 43890. 

Overbey (William Clifton)* 8714 

First fireside. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1944; G 43892. 

Perrigo (Duane)* 8715-8723 

Farmer boy, A. - Flamingos, A. - Flora, A. - 
Gentleman, B. - Gody lady, B. - Mandarin, A, B. - 
Midnight orchids, A, B. © Jan. 20, 1937; G 43908- 
43916. 

Robbins (Frederick Goodrich)* 8724 

Saturday morning. © Aug. 19, 1944; G 43874. 



pt. rv, n. s., V. 39 



8725 



Rodda (William H.) 

Kotzenberg (H, \Villiam): 

Safety perch. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1944; G 43875. 

Rosenblum (Hyman)* 8726-8728 

Ladder of success: 

Marine. - Military. - Naval. © 1 c. each Aug. 
18, 1944; G 43867-43869. 

Schwelzer (J. Otto)* 8729, 873o 

Lord's supper, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Aug. 29, 1944; 
G 43917, 43918. 

Soares (Joaquim Pita) 8731 

Paulekos (Vito A.): 

Standing American sailor and girl. © Mar. 
11, 1944; G 43899. 

Steingard (Arthur T.)* 8732 

Black pussy. © 1 c. July 25, 1944; G 43852. 

Tulk (Alfred James)* 8733-8737 

Christ with angels of hope and faith, 238. -Christ 
with outstretched arms, 236. - Christ with out- 
stretched hands, 172. - Flying angel blowing trum- 
pet, 223. - Guiding angel, 200. © 1 c. each Aug. 14, 
1944; G 43846-43850. 

Vernon (Rhea Johnson)* 8738 

Fort Worth. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; G 43926. 



Vetting (Reinhart G.) 
Richardson (V. A.): 

DahUas. © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1944; G 43889. 



8739 



Woodroffe (Marjorie Kathleen)* 8740 

Scene of three duck hunters. © 1 c. Aug. 22, 
1944; G 43881, 



Yohe (Richard Stephen) 8741 

Busino (Orlando): 

It's your moneyl © 1 c. Aug. 10, 1944; G 
43870, 



Zeigler (Lee vVoodward)* 8742 

Leaders. © 1 c, Aug. 19, 1944; G 43871. 



Number of entries of \Vorks of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 — — _— - 1^375 



174 



PAINTINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[8742 



Bohm {Max) 1 -3 

Music in nature, pts. 1-3. © Zella Bohm, 



Provlncetown, Mass. R 129515-129517, June 24, 
1944. 



175 



CLASSES H-K 

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



Airesearch mfg. co. 8743 

Pressure cabin decompression time factors. © 
June 30, 1944; I 35100. 

Albree (George Norman) 8744, 8745 

Albree automatic. © 1 c, Aug, 23, 1944; I 35067; 
Albree front ignition system. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 

1944; I 35096. 

American bank note co. 8746 

Isabel (Princesa) Republics dos Estados Unidos 
do Brasil, special V-84566. © Nov. 3, 1943; K 
55946. 

Approved marine device co. 8747 

Patent speed davit, 201-1—201-4. © 1 c. Aug. 
15, 1944; I 35029. 

Auer (John) 8748 

Sewing machine light. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; 
I 35072. 

Backe Oohn C.) 8749, 8750 

Flextrol fishing rods. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1944; 

135101. 

Telescoping multiple adjustment socket wrench 

construction. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1944; I 35028. 



Ballard (Willis H.) 

Wary gull. © July 27, 1944; J 37023. 



8751 



Bankers trust co. 8752-8755 

U. S. treasury obligations, gross yields and 
prices: 

Fully taxable. - Partially tax-exempt. © July 
15, 1944; I 34978, 34979. 

Fully taxji)le. - Partially tax-exempt. © 
Aug. 17, 1944; I 35063, 35064. 

Beauchamp (Americo C.) 8756 

Utility button. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; I 35014. 

Bell & Howell co. 8757-8762 

Optical craftsmanship: 

Centering, e<^e grinding and beveling spheri- 
cal surfaces, 185s. - Fine grinding spherical sur- 
faces, 183s. - Pitch buttoning and blocking spheri- 
cal surfaces, 182s. - Polishing spherical surfaces, 
184s. - Rough grinding by pin-bar spherical sur- 
faces, 181s. - Roi^h grinding spherical surfaces, 
180s. © Aug. 21, 1944; J 37070-37075. 

Bemis (Herbert) 8763, 8764 

Belle of the Cimarron, Belle Arnett. - Cougar 
Bill, Bill Bennett, the original Oklahoma detective. 
© Aug. 12, 1944; J 37006, 37007. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 8765-8769 

Dimetric two-angle and stencil, instruction 
sheet. - Isometric two-angle and stencil, 440729. - 
Isometric two-angle and stencil, instruction sheet. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 3, 1944; I 34991-34993. 



Mercator slide scales, 440817. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 
1044; I 35082. 

Taper-angle, 440823. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 1944; 
I 35088. 

Bohland (Gustav) 8770 

Gumbie. © 1 c. July 24, 1944; I 35026. 

Borden co. 8771, 8772 

Elsie says: Help your grocer fight with food. 

© 1 c. Nov. 11, 1943; K 55993. 

4 ways to make a grocer say: I love you. © 

1 c. Mar. 17, 1944; K 56000. 

Brandon (Thony E.) 8773 

Water closet bowl. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; 
I 35105. 

Bray studios, inc. 8774, 8775 

Aircraft work, control cables: 

Making a wrapped and soldered splice, 1. - 
Swaging cable terminals, 3. © Aug. 21, 1944; J 
37057, 37058. 

Brieves (Mary E.) 8776 
Hyperbola gyral compass. Concatenate equi- 
lateral. C on- vexo -plane. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1944; 
I 35049. 

Brizzi (Vera Gertrude) 8777 

Choice of the world, 17, © 1 c. Sept. 2, 1944; 
J 37145. 

Bullis (Zaidee C.) 8778-8791 

Tommy Tucker, squirrel: 

Asleep on couch with Zaidee C. Bullis, 
flowered dress on. - Cage and wheel. Tommy 
Tucker inside. - Clothes, dresses, coats, hats, 
sweaters, flag. - Eating watermelon, blue & white 
gingham dress. - Hiding on stairs of home of 
Zaidee C. Bullis, dress in white, blue rings. - In 
chair upside down eating nut, tail to right, flag on 
top of chair. - In flowered dress, tail up, drinking 
pop from a small glass held by Zaidee C, Bullis. - 
In large blue chair, large round cracker, plaid 
dress, - Large blue chair, asleep, tail to right, no 
clothes. - On back, feet up in air, tail to the right, 

- Playing fishing game, plaid dress, stocking ball, 

- Playing fishing game with stocking, plaid dress 
on. - Room at home of Zaidee C, Bullis, pictures 
on wall of Tommy Tucker, large & small davenport. 

- Shows his teeth, standing on a little bench, hold- 
ing finger of Zaidee C. Bullis. © 1 c. each Aug. 
22, 1944; J 37024-37037. 

Calvin CO. 8792-8796 

Machine shop worl^ bench work: 

Centering small stock, 7. - Fundamentals of 
filing, 8. - Layii^ out small castings, 6. © May 4, 
1944; J 37008, 37010, 37011. 

Machine shop work, single joint cutting tools. 
Fundamentals of: 

End cutting tools, 2. - Side cutting tools, 1. 
© May 4, 1944; J 37009, 37012. 



176 



CLASSES H-K 



no. 8, 1944 



8923 



Carniello (Antonio Jose) 8797 

Improved tyre for motor vehicles and aircraft. 
© 1 c. May 4, 1944; I 34504. 

Cimini (Pasquale L.) 8798-8801 

Budget box and television radio design. © 1 c. 

Aug. 7, 1944;! 35056. 
House trailer: 

Revol-vit. - U-turn-it. © 1 c. each Aug. 3, 

1944; I 34989, 34990. 

Proposed subway for Buffalo's civic centre. 

Solution of present site for new modern library [of 

Buffalo, N. Y.] © 1 c. July 19, 1944; I 34982. 

Clark (Arthur Freeland) 8802, 8803 

National center, the people's institute of national 

and international trade and culture. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 

1944; I 35057. 

United nations center. © 1 c. Aug. 26, 1944; 

I 35086. 

Clark (Dwight Lyman) 8804 

Circular equivalents for equal friction. © Nov. 
23, 1943; I 35001. 

Claywell (Hugh Oliver) • 8805-8860 

How to fly a piper cub trainer airplane. © 1 c. 

July 17, 1944; J 37122. 

How to fly a piper cub trainer airplane, 1-55. 

© 1 c. each July 17, 1944; J 37087-37121, 37123- 

37142. 

Cleofe (Lawrence) 8861, 8862 

Free packing shipping box. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1944; 

J 36946. 

Truck with the scale-crane. © 1 c. Aug. 29, 

1944; J 37076. 



Coca-Cola co. 

Retail call. © May 2, 1944; J 37014. 



8863 



Cochran (L. H.) 8864 

Kitchen cutlery sharpener. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1944; I 35103. 

Cross CO. 8865-8877 

Machine for drilling, boring and tapping differ- 
ential carrier. A-21234, 1, 2. - Perspective pro- 
posed roller gaging machine, A -20 173. - Per- 
spective proposed shaft facing and centering 
machine, A -19446. - Perspective proposed 6-station 
machine for differential carrier, A-19347. - Per- 
spective proposed tool joint boring, facing anci 
threading machine, 21301. - Proposed 4-spindle 
boring and facing machine, A-22303. - Proposed 
grinder for dredge bucket eyes, A-22081, 1, 2. - 
Proposed machine to face and c'sink both ends of 
piston, A-22302, 1, 2. - Proposed 6-spindle boring 
and facing machine, A-22327. © 1 c. each Aug. 14, 
1944; I 35030-35041. 

Proposed 4-spindle boring & facing machine 
tooling. © 1 c. July 14, 1944; I 34924. 



Davidson (Betty Gardner) 

Philipse castle restoration. 
1944; I 35090. 



8878 
© 1 c. Aug. 29, 



Denoyer-Geppert co. 8879-8881 

Alcohol, W17s. - Alcohol como narcotico [Alco- 
hol, the narcotic] W18s. - Food values, W4s. © 
June 15, 1944; K 55989-55991. 



Dick (A. B.) CO. 8882-8905 

Dick (A. B.) company: 

Aircraft instrument calibration and Inspec- 
tion, Jackson, boulevard plant. - Aircraft parts 
grinding operations, Jackson boulevard plant. - 
Automatic stencil packing. Lake street plant. - 
Entrance lobby, general offices. - Entrance lobby, 
Jackson boulevard. - First aid room, Lake street 
plant. - General tabulating department. - Office 
manager's department. - Paper inspections, Lake 
street plant. - Paper processing. Lake street plant. 

- Part of the chemical laboratory. - Part of the 
general offices. - Part of the tabulating department. 

- Receiving and final inspection, Jackson boulevard 
plant. - Sales department. - Small parts machine 
work, Jackson boulevard plant. - Stencil typing 
department. - Turret lathe machining operations, 
Jackson boulevard plant. - Women s cafeteria, 
Jackson boulevard plant. - Women's cafeteria, Lake 
street plant. © 1 c. each Aug. 10, 1944; J 36955- 
36974. 

Automatic screw machine department, Jack- 
son boulevard plant. - Receiving inspection, Jack- 
son boulevard. - Recovery plant control room. 
Lake street plant. - Stencil paper inspection, Lake 
street plant. © 1 c. each Aug. 14, 1944; J 37002- 
37005. 

Donovan (Deil Bridget) 8906 

Ancestral tree. © 1 c. July 14, 1944; I 35093. 

Dougherty (Glenn O.) 8907 

Smoker's comfort kit; or. Smoker's kit. © 1 c. 
Aug. 24, 1944; I 35081. 

Douglas aircraft co., inc. 8908 

Hydraulic manual, page 52. © July 24, 1944; 
I 35084. 

Draftsmen associates. 8909 

Scale selector [and] Hypotenuse table. © 1 c. 
May 26, 1944; I 34792. 

Droste (William) 8910 

Combination wagon and sled. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 
1944; I 35077. 

Fahlow(CarlF.E.) & Long (Lena E.L.) 8911, 8912 
Emblem: 

U. S. C. G. - U. S. M. C. © 1 c. each Aug. 
14, 1944; I 35097, 35098. 

Federal telephone & radio corp. 8913, 8914 

Capacitance of intelin coaxial cables. - Charac- 
teristic impedance intelin coaxial cables. © July 
31, 1944; I 35010, 35011. 

Fields (G. W.) & Hatcher (E. G.) 8915 

Automatic air hose coupler. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1944; 1 35053. 

Fischer (I. B.) co. 8916-8923 

Carle (— ): 

Bouquet of crown imperial lilacs and rose, 6. 

- Bouquet of poppies, ranunculas and conv\ilvulas, 
2. - Bouquet of roses, anemones and violas, 1. - 
Stock, ranunculas, roses & mallow, 5. © Mar. 15, 
1941; K 55979, 55980, 55983, 55984. 

Roubillac (L. F.): 

Bouquet of lilacs, rose, carnation and tulip, 
8. - Bouquet of roses, double narcissus and corn- 
flowers, 4. - Carnation, tiilip, anemone and rose, 3. 
Morning glories, tulip, hyacinths and roses, 7. © 
Mar. 15, 1941; K 55981, 55982, 55985, 55986. 



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177 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



8924 



pt. IV, n. s., V, 39 



Foron (Alphonse D.) 8924 

Improved eyeglass case. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; 
I 35017. 

French (Ned) 8925 

Brotherhood. © 1 c. Aug. 28; J 37069. 

Geary (Francis H.) 8926 

Geary's all-purpose construction stage. © July 
28, 1944; I 34996. 

General foods corp. 8927 

Tomorrow always comes. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; 
J 36943. 

Gentilini (Louis) sr. 8928 

Stationary hydraulic car jack. © Aug. 24, 1944; 
I 35094. 

George (Larry H.) 8929 

New simplified pin measurements for gibs and 
dovetails. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1944; I 34995, 

Gluckman (Maxfield) 8930, 8931 

Extension head fixture, 1, 2. © 1 c. each Aug. 
14, 1944; I 35042, 35043. 

Gomez (Ellis Joseph) 8932-8935 

Monument, 1002, 1005, 1017-A. © 1 c. each 

July 26, 1944; I 35044-35046. 

Monument, 1018. © 1 c. July 26, 1944; I 35008. 

Greene (Prince D.) & Huguley (B. F.) 8936 

Honor roll, service men & women. © Jime 15, 
1944; K 55987. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 8937 

Laundry drier. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; I 35054. 

Gregory (A. C. E.) 8938 

V-rib forms. © 1 c. July 31, 1944; I 35065. 

Greystone studios. 8939 

Dewey (Mrs . Thomas E.) © July 26, 1944; J 
37143. 

Grogan photo co. 8940 

Gunner's vow. © Aug. 11, 1944; J 27021. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) 8941, 8942 

Transparent plastic chair with back constructed 

so as to give the illusion of a picture in depth, 60. 

© 1 c. Aug. 2, 1944; I 34983. 

Transparent plastic table screen depicting an 

under water scene in depth and color, 61. © 1 c. 

Aug. 21, 1944; I 35058. 

Hambrock (Ida) 8943 

United nations flag. © 1 c. Aug. 16, 1944; J 
37144. 

Harman (Hugh) productions, inc. 8944-8948 

Shipbuilding skills, marine electricity: 

Identifying and precutting cable, 3. - Install- 
ing and connecting tell tale panel, 7. - Laying out 
and installing conq)artment fixtures, 5. - Laying 
out and installing the main wireway, 2. - Pulling 
and installing cable packii^ terminal tubes, 4. © 
July 29, 1944; J 37038-37042. 



Hartman (Joseph A.) 8949 

Center protector for lathes. © Ic. Aug, 7, 1944; 
I 35021. 



Hearst consolidat;ed publications, inc. 8950, 8951 
Death in a tank, hiding an airfield. © 1 c. July 

28, 1944; K 55971. 

Great what-is-it of Normandy! © 1 c, July 27, 

1944; K 55972, 

Henderson (John) 8952 

Rutkowski (Lt. Eugenie), 12. © 1 c. July 22, 
, 1944; J 37019. 

Hess (Edward) 8953 

When the bells toll. © Apr. 15, 1943, K 55974. 

Hinton (Frayser) 8954 

Sanctuary. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1944; J 37043. 

Hudson (John) 8955 

Worm elevator. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; I 35079. 

Insley (W. T.) sr. 8956 

Automatic valve. © 1 c. Aug, 18, 1944; I 35069. 

International embroidery works. 8957, 8958 

7429. - 7433. © 1 c. each Aug. 4, 1944; I 35047, 
35048. 

Isenhour (Russell R.) 8959 

Nomunidef system, © 1 c.May 16, 1944; 134981. 

Ives engineering & planning co, 8960 

Natural resources, materials, management, 
machinery, wealth product, main market, © Apr. 
7, 1944; I 35108. 

Jackson & Moreland. 8961 

Steel spring chart for extension and c6n4)ression 
helical springs per naval ordnance standard no. 1. 
© 1 c. Aug. 9, 1944; I 35013. 

Jobke (August F.) 8962 

Roller skate, © 1 c, Aug. 18, 1944; I 35075. 

John Knox press. 8963 

Certificate of promotion [design] © July 31, 
1943; K 55995. 

Johnston & Jennings co, 8964 

Rusta Restor calculating chart. © Aug. 18, 
1944; I 35111. 

Kassing (Agnes) 8965 

Puzzled. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1944; J 37068. 

Kennedy (Homer R.) 8966 

Water purifier and distiller. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1944; I 34999. 

Kern (Karl) 8967 

Dow Jones industrial average yearly high and 
low 1897 June 16, 1944, showing long-term trend 
and major trend lines with normal channel of ex- 
pectancy. © July 21, 1944; I 35025. 

King features syndicate, inc. 8968-8977 

Cecile atop a harrow, Z-236, - Emelie feeds the 
pigs, Z-234. - Quints on the farm, 235. © July 25, 
1944; J 37077, 37082, 37083, 



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no. 8, 1944 



9048 



Cecile, Daniel and Annette, Z-231.- Quints on a 
gate, Z-233. - Yvonne with a pet, Z-232. © Aug. 
7, 1944; J 37084-37086. 

Looking at family album, Z-229. - Quints look 
at the past, Z-230. © Aug. 14, 1944; J 37078, 
37081. 

Papa arrives, Z-223. - Waiting for papa Dionne. 
Z-224. © July 10, 1944; J 37079, 37080, 

Kneas (Frank N.) 8978 

Diesel engine exhaust lines headquarters build- 
ing, the Chesapeake & Potomac telephone co., 725 
13th St., N. W., Washington, D, C. © 1 c. Aug. 8, 
1944; I 35009. 

Langworthy (Arthur M.) 8979 

Now. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 1944; I 35087. 

Linde air products co. 8980-8982 

Ftmdamentals of oxy -acetylene fusion welding of 
steel: 

Adding welding rod to molten puddle, part 2, 
W-5. © July 24, 1944; J 37016. 

Controlling molten base metal, part 1, W-4. 
© June 9, 1944; J 37015. 

Fusion welding of sheet steel, part 3, W-6. 
© Aug. 15, 1944; J 37017. 

Lipscombe (Reuben Thomas) sr. 8983 

Lipscombe's hermetically sealed electric heater 
element. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; I 35109. 



Long (John E.) 8984-9010 

Alaska: 

Alcan camp, butchered bear, 200. - Alcan 
const., mountain road, 233. - Alcan highway const., 
bridge pier, 226. - Alcan highway const., Robert- 
son River, 237. - Alcan highway, Midway Lake, 217. 

- Alcan highway, winter, 238. - Alcan highway, 
Yerrich Creek, 203. - Alcan laundry, 23. - Alcan 
telephone line const., 229. - Alcan vista, 218. - 
Fairbanks dog derby, 447. - Furs, Fairbanks fair, 
450. - Gold dredge, close-up aerial view, 456. - 
KFAR Fairbanks, 1941,453. -Midnight on the Alcan, 
232. - Midnight sentinels, Yukon River, 315. - Mid- 
night sky, Fairbanks, 460. - Optical Illusion, field 
near Fairbanks, 454. - Queens, 452. - Sled dog in 
harness, 245. - Thundering dawn, 449. - USO Fair- 
banks, 432. - University of Alaska, aerial view, 457. 

- Wings of the sun, 236. - Winter morning, 451. - 
Xmas card bridge, 25. - 11;00 P. M., Galena, 
Alaska, 304. © 1 c. each Aug. 11, 1944; J 36975- 
37001. 



Loucks & Norllng studios. 9011-9019 

Rangeflnder, mark 42, parts 1-4, SN-1368e— SN 
1368h. - Rangeflnder, mark 51, parts l-4,SN-1368a 
— SN-1368d. - Stadimeters, part 2, SN-1370g. © 
Aug. 26, 1944; J 37059-37067. 

McCormlck co. 9020-9022 

Hereford: 

City of civic prepress, 4B11-N. - City of fine 
churches, 4B12-N. - Where an Immense under- 
ground water source makes nature bloom, 4B10-N. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; K 55997-55999. 

McLean (Frank W.) 9023 

No flop socks. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1944; I 35091. 



Martin (William Francis) 9024 

Orifice meter coefficient chart. © 1 c. Jvme 5, 
1944; I 35066. 

MlskeUs (William J.) 9025, 9026 

KW load estimator for infra-red ovens: 

Miskella liquids. - Mlskella solids. © Aug. 
4, 1944; I 35050, 35051. 

Mission church press. 9027 

Mother of perpetual help, we place our trust in 
Thee. © Oct. 22, 1943; K 55978. 

Moody (Albert E.) 9028 

Enclosed scooter. © 1 c. Aug. 11,1944; I 35083. 

Moore (Fred P.) 9029 

Breaking plow rolling coulter trash guard. © 
1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; I 35016. 

Moote (Madeline) 9030 

Over-the-top. © 1 c. Aug. 2, 1944; J 36947. 

MuUlns (Joseph Eugene) 9031 

Record Index imlt and record forms. © 1 c, 
Aug. 29, 1944; I 35089. 

Museum of modem art. 9032, 9033 

Around the fish, 8; by Paul Klee. © May 26, 

1944; H 2773. 

Green still life, 7; by Pablo Picasso. © Apr, 

14, 1944; H 2772. 

Nash engineering co. 9034 

Installation detail, Nash vacuum priming pumps, 
tjrplcal automatic priming systems. © July 15, 
1944; I 34997. 

National dairy council. 9035 

On the job for the dairy Industry. © 1 c. Aug. 
7, 1944; J 36944. 

Navy mothers' club of America. Glenn Youngkln 
club. 9036 

Memorial plaque. © 1 c. Aug. 14, 1944; I 35110. 

Nleto (Carmen Madrigal) 9037 

Mapa humano economlco de Costa Rica. © July 
22, 1944; K 55994. 

Orr (Robert H.) 9038-9040 

Design for temple: 

Balcony plan, 3. - Gallery floor plan, 2. - Main 
floor plan, 1. © 1 c. each Aug. 22, 1944; I 35060- 
35062. 

Ostertag (George A.) 9041 

Camouflage. © Aug. 19, 1944; J 37056. 

Palladlno Qoseph) 9042 

World's best friend. She helps keep the blue 

star from turning gold. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1944; J 
37020. 

Parker (William M.) 9043-9048 

Addition -subtraction scale. - Base computing 
grid. - Drift grid. - Plotting grid. A, B. - Wind- 
speed-compass rose. © May 5, 1944; I 35002- 
35007. 



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Paves (Nathan Louis) 9049 

Nailing strips and panels and bar joists. © 1 c. 
July 24, 1944; I 35027. 

Peaspanen (E. C.) & Rantanen (Oscar F.) 9050 
Compression and oil control. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 
1944; I 35015. 

Peeler (Louis Henry) jr. 9051 

Jagger. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 1944; I 34998. 

Pelton (Sylvester F.) 9052 

Adapter castings for Walker-Turner radial saw 
for aligning saw with radial post. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 
1944; I 35059. 

Penny Qesse J.) 9053 

Helicopter. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; I 35106. 

Perkins (Montague E.) 9054 

Protractor and center finder. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 
1944; I 35104. 

Perper (Kay) 9055 

Two-faced dolls. © 1 c. Aug. 9, 1944; J 36948. 

Peterson (Wilhelm H.) 9056 

Peterson fish holder. © July 27, 1944; I 35012. 

Photo & sound, inc. 9057-9061 

Covering hot and cold pipes. Shipbuilding skills, 
pipe insulation, 1. © Jan. 4, 1944; J 36939. 
Shipbuilding skills, pipefitting: 

Cutting and threading pipe by hand, 2. - Cutting 
and threading pipe on a power machine, 3. - Making 
a cold bend on a hand powered machine, 4. -measur- 
ing pipe, tubing and fittings, 1. © Jan. 4, 1944; J 
36936-36938, 36940. 

Potts (William D.) 9062 

Federal estate taxes. © Aug. 15, 1944; I 35099. 

Rahn (John Francis) 9063 

Bassoon fingering chart. © 1 c. July 14, 1944; 
I 34741. 

Real estate board of Kansas City, Missouri. 9064 
Certification of realtor service. © July 15, 1944; 
K 55992. 

Reno (Vincent C.) 9065 

Individual style pattern. © June 27, 1944. 
I 35000. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) 9066, 9067 

Alterations to lobby and new ticket booth, Ritz 

theatre, 960 5th ave.. New Kensington, Penna.> for 

Warner bros. pictures, inc. © June 17, 1944; 

I 34987. 

Motion picture theatre, 50-52-54 Shenango 

street, Greenville, Penna., for Blatt bros., owner. 

© Biay 20, 1944; I 34988. 

Ringling bros. & Barnum & Bailey combined shows, 
Inc. 9068 

Ringling bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus. 

The greatest show on earth. © June 27, 1944; 

K 55996. 

Rise studio. 9069 

Rushmore ( Mount) memorial. © 1 c. Aug. 5, 
1944; J 36941. 



Roe (Paul H.) 9070 

Variable pitch windmill with governor control. 
© 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; I 35018. 

Rowland (John E.) 9071 

New abattoir, M-lOOl-R. © 1 c. Aug. 4, 1944; 
134994. 

St. Louis Browns Amer, league baseball club. 9072 
St. Louis Browns, 1944. © July 26, 1944; J 
36942. 

Schultz (EmilH.) & Reniker (Bernard N.) 9073 
Blown fuse indicator. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; 
I 35020. 

Schwatt (ErwinL.) 9074 

Devi-vari course corrector. © 1 c. Aug. 15, 
1944; I 35052. 

Sedlmayr (Carl J.) 9075 

World's largest midway. © May 2, 1944; K 
55988. 

Shultz (Samuel M.) 9076 

Panelized structures for liberated areas, sub- 
mitted for consideration to Rehabilitation division, 
united nations relief & rehabilitation administration. 
© 1 c. Aug. 17, 1944; I 35055. 

Singer (E. A.) 9077 

Electrical circuit tester. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; 
I 35076. 

Slovacek (Alois) 9078 

Universal scissors, shears, and tin-snips. © 
1 c. Aug. 2, 1944; I 34984. 

Sorensen (Henry) 9079 

Sorensen concrete dam structure. © 1 c. Aug. 
26, 1944; I 35085. 

Stearns (Jos. H.) 9080 

Lodi, Calif. © June 20, 1944; J 36945. 

Steinmetz (Herman W.) 9081 

Drawer guide. © 1 c. Aug. 30, 1944; I 35107. 

Sticherling (MarUn) 9082 

Hosiery drying form. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; 
I 35078. 

Sylvester (Lucille) 9083 

Radio reel. © 1 c. July 29, 1944; I 34980. 

Taber (Reginald G.) 9084 

Pinking shears. © 1 c. Aug. 31, 1944; I 35102. 



Taylor (Claud Jefferson) 9085 

Blue print of perpetual motion. © 1 c. Aug. 19, 
1944; I 35092. 

Taylor (Howard L.) 9086-9091 

City geometry. -Dawn perceived. -Etude. -Gray 
horizon. - Time suspended. - Tower reflections. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 9, 1944; J 36949-36954. 

Tenney (Frank F.) jr. 9092 

Emergency fire control board 3" anti-aircraft 
guns. © Apr. 24, 1944; I 35095. 



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9124 



Thieme (Anthony) 9093 

SunUt surf. © July 31, 1944; K 55973. 

Thomas (Henry J.) 9094 

Automatic i^tion trip. © 1 c. Aug, 18, 1944; 
I 35073. 

Valentine (Robert J.) 9095 

Patient lifting device. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; 
I 35074. 



Varney (Carroll E.) 
Spoon holder. © 



9096 
c. Aug. 18, 1944; I 35080. 



Vaucher (Levi F.) & Pirola (A. PO 9097 

World on a Lambert conformal conic projection 
with modified extensions interrupted for Southern 
hemisphere. © Aug. 3, 1944; I 35024. 

Vocafilm Corp. 9098-9109 

Ammunition: 

Fuzes and tracers, part 2, SN-1807d. - Pro- 
jectiles, types and Identification, SN-1807e. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 12, 1944; J 37050, 37054. 

Anti aircraft barrage fire. Solution with com- 
puter, mark 12, SN-1805d. - Basic fire control 
gyroscope, NS-1810. - Power drive, mark 2. 
Trouble analysis and correction, SN-1802h. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 12, 1944; J 37044, 37047, 37051. 

Motor torpedo boats, Elco boat layout. The 
Elco 80 foot model motor torpedo boat, SN-1424r 
— SN-1424t. © 1 c. each Aug. 12, 1944; J 37046, 
37052, 37055. 

Stable element, mark 6: 

Alignment of level and cross level dials, 
stops, sjmchros and firing contacts, and adjustment 
of friction drives, SN-1801k. - Gyro wheel speed, 
check and wander check, SN-1801m. © 1 c. each 
Aug. 12, 1944; J 37049, 37053. 

3" /50 cal. gun mount, mark 22: 

Disassembly and reassembly of the sight, 
SN-1806k. - Maintenance of the gun, SN-18061. © 
1 c. each Aug. 12, 1944; J 37045, 37048. 



W^alker (Gene K.) 9110, 9111 

Shipbuilding skills, pipefitting: 

Laying out and installing hangers, 5. © June 
23, 1944; J 37013. 

Pipe fabrication with jigs, 7. © Aug. 15, 
1944; J 37022. 

Weber (Frank J.) 9112 

Flat type fls^ pole anchor. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; 
I 35070. 

Weidringer studio, 9113 

Wedding couple of Mr. & Mrs. Clinton Gross, 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1943; J 37018. 



Wellstatter (Rosa R.) 

Detachable trouser frock. © 
I 34986. 

Three ends belt arrangement 
1944; I 34985. 



9114, 9115 
1 c. July 18, 1944; 

. © 1 c. Jvme 15, 
9116-9118 



Whiting (May Keifer) 
Corrubia (Paul Emil): 

Osage Indian agency. - Osage Indian museum. 
- Osage's blacksmith's home, 1872. © July6, 1944; 
K 55975-55977. 

Whlttaker (Henry Clay) 9119 

Check valve. © 1 c. Aug. 7, 1944; I 35019, 

mme (Francis J.) 9120 

Globe radio cabinet. © 1 c. Aug. 18, 1944; I 35071. 

WiUiams (PhiUp Turner) 9121, 9122 

2 molar teeth in block, 1, 2. © 1 c. each July 
27, 1944; I 35022, 35023. 

Wooler (Gregory) 9123 

Serra (Fr. Junipero); by Pbro. J, Mosqueda. 
© July 1, 1944; H 2774. 



Wrona (Frank S.) 

TraUer. © 1 c, Aug, 18, 1944; I 35068. 



9124 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) 152 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 1,148 one-copy entries)- 1,419 

Photographs (including 555 one-copy entries) ■ — 935 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 88 contributions to periodicals and other oae -copy entries) 1,679 

Total - 4,185 



181 



DRAWINGS AND PHOTCX5RAPHS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[9124 



American pulley co. 1 

Eagle. © American pulley co., Philadelphia, 
R 130344, July 24, 1944. 



Taylor instrument cos. 2-6 

Tycos recording thermometer, chart nos. 147, 

211, 225, 752, 1352. © Taylor instrument co., 

Rochester, N. Y. R 130361-130365, July 14, 1944^ 



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Acme visible records, inc., Chicago. 9125 

Gift buyers, attention! For anniversary reminder 
& telephone index. © Aug. 12, 1944; KK 26452. 

Air reduction sales co., New York. 9126 

Hand apparatus for flame scarfing. For flame 
scarfing apparatus. © July 18, 1944; KK 26242. 

Aircraft- marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

9127 
Pre-insulated. Instruction sheet no. 105. For 
tools & dies for terminals. © June 10, 1944; KK 
26233. 

American chemical paint co., Ambler, Pa. 

9128, 9129 
For plant hormone dust: 

Dust fruitone for cotton. © June 1, 1943; KK 
26244. 

Fruitone the hormone spray or dust. © Apr. 
1, 1943; KK 26245. 

American fumigating co., inc., St. Louis. 9130 

Fumo-spray previene la infestacion. Fumo-gas 
the 100 '^o safe fumigant. For grain fumigant & 
grain & food warehouse insecticide. © Jan. 15, 
1944; KK 26552. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 9131, 9132 

For transportation equipment: 

Clipper ships that sail the rails, 113-91. © 
July 29, 1944; KK 26559. 

Magic carpet safari, 113-90. © July 15, 
1944; KK 26558. 

American optical co., Southbridge, Mass. 9133 

Eye injury robbed him of his job, wear your 
goggles. For goggles. © May 1, 1944; KK 26072. 

American radiator & Standard sanitary corp., 
Pittsburgh. 9134 

All eyes are on the Standard duo=use bath. For 
plumbing & heating equipment. © Aug. 9, 1944; 
KK 26521. 

American safety razor corp., Brooklyn. 9135 

I wouldn't dream of resisting an officer. For 
razors & blades. © Aug. 22, 1944; KK 26668, 

American stove co., Cleveland. 9136 

Honey, you're going to have a real range some 

day. For gas range. © June 10, 1944; KK 26115. 

Anderson co., Gary, Ind. 9137-9141 

Bonded arm. For windshield wiper arm. © 

July 17, 1944; KK 26284. 

For windshield wiper blades & arms: 

Anco rain-master authorized dealer, all-car 

service set up, model DL, catalog page form 04- 

0080. © July 13, 1944; KK 26288. 

Anco rain-master windshield wiper blades 

[and armis] model DL, catalog page form 04-0079. 

© July 13, 1944; KK 26287. 



Instructions how to install rain-master adapters, 
how to install model DL rain-master arm, form 
02-0004. For windshield wiper arms, arm adapters, 
^blades. © July 12, 1944; KK 26285. 

To correctly install arm on any car, form 04- 
0089, instructions sheet. For windshield wiper 
arms, adapters & blades. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 
26286. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 9142 

Share the ride today. Children on horseback. 
For beer. © June 9, 1944; KK 26338. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 9143-9145 
For non-precious dental alloy & artificial teeth: 

Cranioplastic surgery, metal skull plates, 
series 2, no. 3. © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 26504. 

Finger caps, series 2, no. 2. © July 12, 
1944; KK 26503. 

Tubes, blood vessel anastomosis, series 2, 
no. 1. © June 15, 1944; KK 26502. 

Automatic machine & tool co., Auburndale, Mass. 

9146 
Anglefeed fixture. For anglefeed fixture. © 
A\^. 11, 1944; KK 26501. 

Avon products, inc.. New York. 9147-9154 

For cosmetics: 

Heritage of valor. © Dec. 20, 1943;KK 26597. 

Miss America, 1944; KK 26596. 

Patriotism in her heart burned jrheat fields. 
© May 20, 1944; KK 26595. 

She brought brilliance to the nation's capitol. 
© Mar. 15, 1944; KK 26600. 

She brought loveliness to the halls cA Monte- 
zuma. © July 15, 1944; KK 26601. 

She, too, gave the nation a hero. © Jan. 19, 
1944; KK 26598. 

She was as brave as she was lovely. © Aug. 
15, 1944; KK 26602. 

She wrote of romance, you live itl © Apr. 
15, 1944; KK 26599. 

Babson bros. co., Chicago. 9155, 9156 

For milking machines: 

Some surge milkers are better than others! 
© July 10, 1944; KK 26238. 

Surge milker. © July 19, 1944; KK 26239. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia. 9157 

Lazan oscillator. For oscillator. © Aug. 21, 
1944; KK 266^*7. 

Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, Teterboro, N. J. 

9158-9162 
For aircraft instruments: 

Installation & line maintenance. Autosyn 
tachometer transmitter. © July 29, 1944; KK 26393. 

Installation of new gland in demand oxygen 
regulator. Service bulletin. © July 29, 1944; KK 
26355. 

Tools & fixtures. Autosyn fuel flowmeter 
transmitters. © July 26, 1944; KK 26222. 

.Tools & fixtures. Magnesyn remote-reading 
compases. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26425. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Life saving voice from the haunts of death 1 For 
scientific instruments & devices. © Aug. 2, 1944; 
KK 26567. 



Best & CO., inc.. New York. 9163-9200 

Arnold authentics. For ladies shoes. © Aug. 
16, 1944; KK 26616. 

Back to school in Best-flex, America's most 
famous quality shoes for children. For children's 
shoes. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 26619. 

College classics. For teen age coats. © Aug. 
16, 1944; KK 26614. 

College star Bahy Chesterfield. For misses 
coat. © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 26531 

College star gabardine. For girl's teen age 
suit. © Aug. 2, 1944; KK 26369. 

College star gray flannels. For misses skirt 
& jacket. © Aug. 2, 1944; KK 26368. 

College stars, bonny wool plaids. For girls* 
jackets, skirts, slacks. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26373. 

College stars, bonny wool plaids. For jackets, 
skirts & slacks. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 26615. 

Fall frock for mothers-to-be. Fall feathers. 
For maternity dresses, ladies hats. © Aug. 17, 
1944; KK 26620. 

For girls* dresses: 

Gay dark cottcms. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26372. 
School-girl cottons from Best's. © Aug. 13, 
1944; KK 26621. 

For girl's raincoat: 

Sturdy cotton gabardine raincoat. © July 27, 
1944; KK 26306. 

Stm-dy young standby, the trench coat. © 
Aug. 16, 1944; KK 26612. 

For misses dresses: 

Dark and cool. © July 27, 1944; KK 26307. 
Dark with bright. © Aug. 9, 1944; KK 26532. 

For misses hats: 

FaU feathers. © Aug. 2, 1944; KK 26371. 
Re-enter turbans. © Aug. 8, 1944; KK 26538. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. For 
baby blanket. © July 25, 1944; KK 26305. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. For 
baby's sacque, cap & bootee set. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
KK 26370. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, all wool 
blanket. For baby's blanket. © Aug. 8, 1944; KK 
26533. 

From best's famous Liliputian bazaar, hand 
made pillow case. For pillow case. © July 18, 
1944; KK 26199. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar, sturdy 
corduroys. For children's jacket, overalls & 
topper. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26617. 

Girls' rain or shine reversible. For girls' 
reversible coat. © Aug. 9, 1944; KK 26535. 

Good wool tweeds from Best's. For boys' suits 
& cap. © Aug, 17, 1944; KK 26618. 

I want somettiing dark and cool. Here they are, 
new looking town rayons perfect for now-lnto-fall. 
For dresses. © July 16, 1944; KK 26201. 

Jockey colors on a new dark dress for yoimg 
cosmopolitans. For teen age dress. © Aug. 9, 
1944; KK 26536. 

Newl Rosette -caps. For hats. © July 18, 1944; 
KK 26198. 

New, young, black. For teen age dresses. © 
July 26, 1944; KK 26308. 

Nutria. For fur coats. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 
26613. 

Playtime hits from Best's. For girls shorts, 



slacks, shirts & playsuit. © July 25, 1944; KK 
26304. 

Pretty playsuit. For playsuit. © July 20, 1944; 
KK 26200. 

School days mean reliable clothes from Best's. 
For girls' skirts, sweaters, coat, hat & blouse & 
boys' suits, coat & hat. ©Aug. 13, 1944; KK 26622. 

Speaking of babies, Best s famous Liliputian 
bazaar knows this subject. For babies' dresses, 
shirts, slip, nightgown, band, wrapper & blanket. 
© July 30, 1944; KK 26374. 

Well tailored navy wool Eton suit. For boy's 
suit, © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 26537. 

\Vool plaid, the school-girl favorite. For girl's 
suit. © Aug. 16, 1944; KK 26611. 

Year-round beauty in C-1 wool serge. For 
misses suit. © Aug. 9, 1944; KK 26534. 

Year -round classics in wool gabardine by Forst- 
mann. For ladies dresses & suits. © July 30, 
1944; KK 26375. 

Young slack suit from Best's Liliputian bazaar. 
For slack suit. © July 18, 1944; KK 26197. 



Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 9201, 9202 

For beer: 

Blatz beer fast becoming America's new 
favorite. © June 30, 1944; KK 26407. 

Blatz beer fast becoming America's new 
favorite, refreshing, and good taste. © Aug. 2, 
1944; KK 26408. 



Boiler's beverages, inc., Elizabeth, N. J. 9203 

Boiler beverages, tops in taste. For carbonated 
beverage. © June 15, 1944; KK 26078. 



Bond electric corp. div. iVestern cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div. 



Borden co.. New York. 9204-9228 

Babies thrive on Borden's mific. For evaporated 
milk. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 26366. 

Breeze along refreshed. For milk sherbet. © 
July 8, 1944; KK 26255. 

Buy more war bonds, more and more! For 
homogenized milk. © June 28, 1944; KK 26439. 
For fluid milk: 

Chlldren*s milk, I love it so! © July 28, 
1944; KK 26469. 

Children* s milk, it tastes so grand. © July 
11, 1944; KK 26470. 

For homogenized vitamin D milk: 

Children's milk we drink with glee, © July 
31, 1944; KK 26438. 

This, that, and other things. © Jan. 11, 1944; 
KK 26447. 

Wonderful, wonderful vitamin D. © July 6, 
1944; KK 26471. 

For ice cream & milk sherbets: 

Heap o' refreshment! © Aug. 5, 1944; KK 
26473. 

Mother Goose on the loose. Curlylocks. © 
June 23, 1944; KK 26440. 

Mother Goose on the loose. Ding, dong, bell. 
© July 13, 1944; KK 26444. 

Mother Goose on the loose. George Porgie. 
© June 8, 1944; KK 26445. 

Mother Goose on the loose. Jack Spratt. © 
July 7, 1944; KK 26442. 



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9278 



Mother Goose on the loose. The king was in 
his countinghouse. © June 30, 1944; KK 26441. 

Mother Goose on the loose. There was a man 
in our town. © June 15, 1944; KK 26443. 

Mother Goose on the loose. \Vho killed Cock 
Robbin? © July 21, 1944; KK 26446. 
For malted milk 

Beulah's certainly got plenty of push. © July 
11, 1944; KK 26256. 

But, Elmer, why should dietitians need more 
patients? © July 1, 1944; KK 26257. 

Delicious vitamin-mineral chocolate drink. 
© Apr. 18, 1944; KK 26365. 

Everybody whistles off to work when they 
start drinking hemol © Aug. 8, 1944; KK 26472. 
For miUc 

Darling, there are other ways to give the 
grocer a break! © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 26261. 

Earlier you shop, the smaller the crowd. © 
Mar. 31, 1944; KK 26260. 

He may be down, but not downhearted. © 
Mar. 10, 1944; KK 26259. 

He'll think you're grand if you buy food on 
hand. © Apr. 26, 1944; KK 26335. 

It's Borden's, it's royale, and it's good! For 
Ice cream. © May 25, 1943; KK 26336. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N. J. 9229-9236 
Botany wrinkle -proof ties last longer^ For 
neckties. © Apr. 14, 1943; KK 26353. 

For Itibrics, clothing, yarns & cosmetics: 

Botany always a seasoned performer. © 
Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26643. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. ® 
Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26664. 

Botany colors the fashion picture. © Aug. 1, 
1944; KK 26352. 

Botany going places? © July 29, 1944; KK 
26354. 

Botany, ship launchings, weddings. © Aug. 
1, 1944; KK 26394. 

Botany's cavalcade of color! © Aug, 15, 
1944; KK 26481. 

Thank you for your purchase of Botany 500 
tailored by Ds^off. For clothing. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
KK 26434. 

Bradfield co., AUanta. 9237 

Make your journey through life happier by enjoy- 
ing all the benefits neurabalm bestows. For Uni- 
ment, antiseptic. © June 28, 1944; KK 26295. 

Brannan (William S.), d. b. a. William S. Brannan 
CO., San Francisco. 9238 

Goofy letters. For stationery. © May 15, 1944; 

KK 26545. 

Brannan (William S.) co. See Brannan (William 
S,), d. b. a. William S. Brannan co. 

Briggs mfg. co., Detroit. 9239 

If it's Briggs it's acid resisting. For plumbing- 
ware. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26453. 

Burns cuboid co., Santa Ana, Calif. 9240 

Cuboid foot balancers. For foot & body balancer. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 26515. 

California spray-chemical corp., Richmond, Calif. 

9241, 9242 
For insecticides % fimglcides: 

Ortho pest control program for vegatables 
and berries. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26682. 



Ortho pest control program for vegetables. 
Pacific northwest. © July 10, 1944; KK 26194. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 9243 

Greatest product proving ground of all time. 
For textiles, plastics, chemicals. © July 17, 1944; 
KK 26217. 

Cheney bros.. New York. 9244 

One smash hit de^rves another! For ties. © 
Mar. 10, 1944; KK 26740. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 9245-9254 
For household bleach & disinfectant: 

Babies are saferfrom infection dangers when 
their laimdry is Clorox-clean. © Jime 2, 1944; KK 
26166. 

Clorox bleaching is extra-gentle (xi your 
precious hard-to-replace linens! © May 18, 1944; 
KK 26160. 

Clorox cleanliness is especially important In 
these critical days for greater home health pro- 
tection! © June 1, 1944; KK 26164. 

During these critical days greater home 
health protection is more important than ever ! © 
May 23, 1944; KK 26161. 

Even clean-looking drainboards may harbor 
infection dangers! © May 17, 1944; KK 26159. 

Even if you must skimp on house cleaning 
time, don't skimp on health protection, make your 
house Clorox-clean! © May 4, 1944; KK 26167. 

Even if you must skimp on house cleaning 
time, don't skimp on health protection, make your 
home Clorox-clean! © May 26, 1944; KK 26163. 

Make Clorox cleanliness a basic step in even 
your busiest house cleaning schedule ! © May 25, 
1944; KK 26162. 

Make Clorox cleanliness a basic step in even 
your busiest house cleaning schedule! © June 28, 
1944; KK 26165. 

Make Clorox-cleansing a dally health habit 
in your home. © June 30, 1944; KK 26188. 



Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 9255, 9256 

For beer: 

Cold welcome welcomed by warm friends. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26327. 

Try your hand at this. © Aug. 16, 1944; KK 
26633. 



Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 9257-9273 

For soft drink: 

Have a Coca-cola = all the best. Antigua. © 
July 21, 1944; KK 26655. 

Have a Coca-cola = eto zdorovo. How grand. 
Russian & British officers in bomber plant. © July 
13, 1944; KK 26653. 

Have a Coca-cola = here's to old times. 
Kitchen party. © Feb. 16, 1944; KK 26343. 

Have a Coca-cola = he's coming home to- 
morrow. Baby buggy. © June 27, 1944; KK 26322. 

Have a Coca-cola = let's be friendly. Sprite 
and globe. © Jan. 5, 1944; KK 26341. 

Have Coca-cola = skal. Here's to you. Ice- 
land no. 2. © Feb. 2, 1944; KK 26342. 

Have a Coca-cola ■ tan boon. Be of good 
health. Surinam. © May 12, 1944; KK 26321. 

Have a Coca-cola " viva! Yeah man! Brazil 
no. 3. © July 24, 1944; KK 26345. 

Have a Coca-cola = viva! Yeah man! Brazil 
no. 3. © July 26, 1944; KK 26346. 



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Have a coke ■ how are things goin'? New- 
foundland no. 2. © July 5, 1944; KK 26324. 

Have a coke = let's relax a bit. Victory 
garden. © July 26, 1944; KK 26656. 

Have a coke = welcome home. Soldier in o\yn 
room. © July 27, 1944; KK 26654. 

Have a coke = what's the hurry? Turtle race. 
© Aug. 2, 1944; KK 26652. 

Have a coke - you're home again. Mother 
and son. © June 28, 1944; KK 26323. 

Have a coke ; you're home again. Soldier 
and family on porch. © July 18, 1944; KK 26344. 

Last year 35,880 customers. Fred W. Gehr- 
ung. © July 24, 1944; KK 26657. 

Like a moment at home. Tropical soldier 
with coke. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26658. 

Columbia malleable castings corp., Columbia, Pa. 

9274 
Superseal. For gas appliance connectors. © 
June 30, 1944; KK 26247. 

Columbia pictures corp., New York. 9l275 

Sundown Valley. For still, posters, window cards, 
lobby display cards, slides & mats. © Mar. 10, 
1944; KK 26477. 

Conklin pen co., Chicago. 9276, 9277 

For fountain pens: 

Names that endure, Abraham Lincoln, the 
immortal. Conklin, the pen that endures for gener- 
ations. © July 16, 1944; KK 26243. 

Names that endure, Mt. Rushmore, ever- 
lasting tribute to immortal Americans. Conklin, 
the pen that endures for generations. © Aug. 6, 
1944; KK 26230. 

Corn products refining co.. New York. 9278 

How a simple sugar helps men fight. For food- 
energy sugar. © July 7, 1944; KK 26077. 

Corn products sales co.. New York. 9279-9284 
Delicious lemon pie. For dessert & pie filling. 
© Aug. 20, 1944; KK 26666. 
For laundry starch: 

How to make men's shirts stay clean longer 
with Unit starch. © July 15, 1944; KK 26519. 

When your best dress needs doing up. © June 
28, 1944; KK 26075. 

Yes, ma'm! Laundering with linit certainly 
protects cotton dresses. © July 9, 1944; KK 26076. 
I can, you can, we all can, with karol For S3rrup. 
© June 23, 1944; KK 26074. 

Only 55 minutes to make this meal. For salad 
oil. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 26667. 

Cresta Blanca wine co., inc., Los Angeles. 

9285-9288 
For wine: 

California's finest wines. © June 5, 1944; 
KK 26276. 

Crest of quality wine since 1889. © June 18, 
1944" KK 26277. 

' Cresta Blanca. © July 8, 1944; KK 26278. 
Cresta Blanca. © July 16, 1944; KK 26275. 

Curtiss-Wright corp.. New York. 9289 

Omen. For airplanes. © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 
26213. 



Darling valve & mfg. co,, Williamsport, Pa. 

9290-9295 

Basic parts and design, form 4404. For bronze 
gate valves. © July 17, 1944; KK 26554. 

Basic parts list, form 4406. For installation & 
maintenance fire hydrants. © July 17, 1944; KK 
26565. 

Darcova pumcups andDarlingpistons, forms 4407. 
For pumpcups & pistons. © June 28, 1944; KK 
26564. 

Directions for ordering, form 4403. For swing 
check valves. © July 17, 1944; KK 26555. 

For gate valves: 

Basic parts, form 4402. © July 17, 1944; 
KK 26556. 

Basic parts cast steel, form 4405. © July 17, 
1944; KK 26553. 

Day-brite lighting, inc., St. Louis. 9296, 9297 

For fixtures for fluorescent lamps: 

Bulletin F 76. © June 23, 1944; KK 26240. 
Bulletin F 77. © June 23, 1944; KK 26241. 



De Kalb commercial body Corp., De Kalb, III. 



9298 



Sales go with a better body. For commercial 
truck bodies. © July 20, 1944; KK 26557. 

De Laval separator co.. New York. 9299 

Great De Laval sterling milker. For milking 
machines. © July 22, 1944; KK 26121, 

Despatch oven co., Minneapolis. 9300 

Despatch conveyor foundry ovens. For foundry 
ovens. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26476. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 9301-9309 

For stencil duplicators & supplies: 

America needs teachers. © July 3, 1944; 
KK 26268. 

Done with mirrors. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 
26845. 

Easy way to produce contract termination 
inventory schedules. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26318. 

Mimeograph service ideas. © July 1, 1944; 
KK 26266. 

No priority needed for this teaching help. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26681. 

No spots, no sluggards. © July 1, 1944; KK 
26267. 

Now is the time. © July 31, 1944; KK 26270. 

Old friend, willing worker. © Aug. 10, 1944; 
KK 26646. 

Post war plans. © July 22, 1944; KK 26269. 

Dodge mfg. corp., Mishawaka, Ind. 9310, 9311 

Transmissioneered to save time, power and 

machines. For transmissioneered power equipment. 

© June 12, 1944; KK 26325. 

When beachheads give way to boulevards 1 For 

transmissioneered power drive equipment. © July 

1, 1944; KK 26326. 

Dolgorukov (Gregory S.), d. b. a. Dolgorukov mfg. 
* CO., Washington. 9312, 9313 

For lettering guides: 

Engineering lettering with the blot- letter 
guide. © Sept. 25, 1943; KK 26630. 

Stop- letter guide. Special model for use on 
navy drawings. © Nov. 8, 1943; KK 26631. 

Dolgorukov mfg. co. See Dolgorukov (Gregory S.), 
d. b. a. Dolgorukov mfg. co. 



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DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc., New York, 

Passaic, N. J. 9314-9321 

DuMont cathode-ray tubes. For cathode-ray 
tubes. © Aug. 5, 1944; KK 26263^ 

DuMont oscillographs. For oscillographs, tubes 
& accessories. © Aug. 5, 1944; KK 26333. 

For cyclograph: 

Six and a half million of these copper-clad 
cups were rejected. © June 5, 1944; KK 26264. 

100 »/« quality checkup. © July 5, 1944; 
KK 26262. 

For precision instruments & electronics: 

Best show window in the world. © June 15, 
1944; KK 26376. 

Man who taught old electrons new tricks. © 
June 15, 1944; KK 26310. 

Type 248 DuMont oscillograph. For oscillograph. 
© July 15, 1944; KK 26332. 

Yes, television is really ready! For electronic 
& precision instruments. © July 15, 1944; KK 
26456. 

Durham mfg. Corp., Muncie, Ind. 9322, 9323 

For metal furniture: 

Solid. © July 24, 1944; KK 26223. 

That's itl Thumbs up sailor! © Aug. 14, 
1944; KK 26603. 

Eby (Ben), trading as E^by chemical co., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 9324 
Ecco hygienic powder - the house of Eby since 

1864. For hygienic powder. © July 1, 1944; KK 

26246. 

Eby chemical co. See Eby (Ben), trading as Eby 
chemical co. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 9325-9327 

For gasoline: 

He must have gasoline to fight. © June 28, 
1944; KK 26280. 

More and more Ethyl is going overseas. 
This newsreel tells you where and why. © June 19, 
1944; KK 26281. 

More and more Ethyl is going overseas. © 
July 14, 1944; KK 26279. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 9328 

ISempre prontas I For fountain pens & mechan- 
ical pencils. © May 10, 1943; KK 26363. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 9329 

Buy the tractor tires that stay on the job longer. 
For rubber & metal products. © Dec. 13, 1942; 
KK 26248. 

Fisher (Irving) New Haven. 9330, 9331 

For maps: 

Four forms of likaglobe for sale. © Aug. 26, 
1943; KK 26429. 

Likaglobe. A map foldable into a near globe, 
form no. 1. © July 11, 1943; KK 26427. 

Fleischmann distilling corp., New York. 9332-9338 
For rum: 

Add 125 years to your next Manhattan. © 
Apr. 20, 1944; KK 26463. 

Add 125 years to your next old fashioned. © 
Apr. 12, 1944; KK 26461. 

Add 125 years to your next rum 'n coke. © 
Apr. 25, 1944; KK 26462. 

Add 125 years to your next rum sour. © May 
2, 1944; KK 26460. 



9359 



Ever sip a 125-year old rum 'n coke? © 
Apr. 20, 1944; KK 26458. 

Put 125 years in your next rum sour. © Apr. 
12, 1944; KK 26457. 

Put 125 years in your party punch. © Apr. 
4, 1944; KK 26459. 

Frolic dickey co.. New York. 9339 

Dickies and scarfs of distinction. For dickies 
& scarfs. © July 6, 1944; KK 26249. 

Fromme (Louis Henry) Canton, O. 9340 

You need this new mail order trade directory. 

For trade directory. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 26328. 

Gaines food co., inc.. New York. 9341-9343 

For dog food: 

How to feed your dog a complete meal. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26528. 

Milestone in the life of your dog. © July 21, 
1944; KK 26172. 

To the man I love. © July 28, 1944; KK 26173. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 9344 

General electric production- labeled shlelded-ar c 
welding electrodes. For welding electrodes. © 
July 12, 1944; KK 26659. 

General electric co. See also American locomotive 

CO. 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 9345-9348 

For cereal: 

Clowning? © July 29, 1944; KK 26513. 

Diggin' in. © July 1, 1944; KK 26412. 

Ground oatmeal blends with corn and rye to 
make this treat. © July 16, 1944; KK 26403. 

Pull, sailors! © July 16, 1944; KK 26413. 

Gilmore oil co., Los Angeles. 9349 

Remember, your car is running on borrowed 

time. For gasoline. © May 22, 1944; KK 26274. 

Glidden co., Cleveland. 9350, 9351 

For wall paint: . 

How Jane made a new living room. © May 
15, 1944; KK 26594. 

Sue Brown transforms bedroom. © Aug. 20, 
1944; KK 26663. 

Goldsmith (Bert) jr., Passaic, N. J. 9352 

Just received, the new fall Botany 500 clothing 
tailored by Daroff. For clothing. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
KK 26435. 

Goulfine (Louis) Queens Village, L. L, N. Y. 9353 
Keep accurate business records. For Goulfine's 
business & income register. © July 12, 1944; KK 
26195. 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 9354-9359 

For diamond rings: 

California classics. © Aug. 6, 1944; KK 
26474. 

Crown set diamonds distinguish these exclu- 
sive Granat matchmates. © July 16, 1944; KK 
26405. 

Diamond wedding rings. © Aug. 13, 1944; 
KK 26484. 

Emerald cut solitaires. © July 9, 1944; KK 
26418. 

Solitaires by Granat, as seen on page six of 
your August Vogue. © July 30, 1944; KK 26406. 



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Men's wedding rings. For weddii^ rings. © 
July 23, 1944; KK 26417. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co., New York. 

9360-9365 

For groceries: 

It^s time to turn to A & P. © June 28, 1944; 
KK 26524. 

Pick of the picnic 1 © June 29, 1944; KK 
26527. 

Give 'em variety I For bread. ©June 29, 1944; 
KK 26526. 

It's time to turn to A & P coffee. For coffee. 
© June 29, 1944; KK 26525. 

Number 1 summer drink. For tea. © June 29, 
1944; KK 26523. 

Put an end to your wash day worries. For soap 
powders. © June 29, 1944; KK 26522. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 9366, 9367 

For. watches: 

Important message to all Gruen jewelers 
who have not yet ordered. © June 30, 1944; KK 
26215. 

Watch that licked a 300-ylear~old problem! 
© Apr. 21, 1943; KK 26399. 

Guadalupe novelties. See Winkler (James Samuel), 
d. b. a. Guadalupe novelties. 

Guittard chocolate co., San Francisco. 9368 

Seven super recipes for chocolate cak%. For 

sweet ground chocolate. © July 21, 1944; KK 26566. 

Hanley Games) co.. Providence. 9369, 9370 

For ale: 

Dog days. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26625. 

You won't find it in books. © Aug. 2, 1944; 
KK 26624. 

Haynes stellite co.. New York. 9371 

Longer life for youj: plow shares with Hay- 
stellite hard-facings.^ For tube rod. © June 14, 
1944; KK 26073. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 9372 
What will CMC mean to you? For chemicals. 
© Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26392. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 9373 

Only science can help the face become more 
youthful. For cosmetic, face cream. © July 30, 
1944; KK 26216. 

Houdaille-Hershey Corp., Detroit. 9374 

Over the hump! For precision parts & equipment 
for the railway & other industries. © June 24, 1944; 
KK 26258. 

Hudnut (Richard), d. b. a. Richard Hudnut salon., 
New York. 9375 

Beauty-scope DuBarry success course. For 

beauty preparations. © June 15, 1944; KK 26404. 

Hudnut (Richard) salon. See Hudnut (Richard), 
d. b. a. Richard Hudnut salon. 

Hudson merchandise co., New York. 9376 
Good luck horseshoe, crystal glass. For mag- 
nifying glass & pj^er weight. © July 10, 1944; 
KK 26296. 



Industrial abrasives, inc., Chicago. 9377, 9378 
Diamond tools for wheel dressing, thread 

dressing. For diamond tools. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 

26499. 

New zurium bonded diamond wheels save 

millions of hours for American industry. For 

diamond grinding wheels. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 

26500. 

International telephone & telegraph Corp., New York. 

9379 
I am your many-armed servant. For electronic 
equipment. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 26623. 

Jentzen (George) North Bergen, N. J. 9380 

Toy manufacturers. The noise maker building 
blocks. For toy alphabet blocks. © July 19, 1944; 
KK 26297. 



Johansen bros. shoe co., inc., St. Louis. 9381 

Johansen shoes. For shoes. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
KK 26411. 

Jones & Laughlin steel corp., Pittsburgh. 9382 

Steel's giant gateways. For steel. © Aug. 10, 
1944; KK 26455. 

Kaufman (Hiram Joseph) Detroit. 9383 

Chemical dehydration of air. For chemical 
dehyclrator. © July 27, 1944; KK 26454. 

Kellogg (John L.) & co., South Elgin, 111. 9384 

Save half! Frozen flavor all-coffee. For coffee. 
© July 28, 1944; IK 26530. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 9385-9388 

Another Kellogg first! The new Kel-bowl-pac. 

For cereal breakfast food, Kellogg's corn flakes. 

© Apr. 7, 1943; KK 26680. 

For cereal breakfast foods, rice krispies: 

Everybody's happy, every spoonful's crisp. 

© July 10, 1944; KK 26678. 

What a perfect dish for times like these! © 

Feb. 24, 1943; KK 26677. 

For delightful summer breakfasts. For cereal 

breakfast foods, rice krispies, corn flakes. © June 

1, 1940; KK 26676. 

Keuffel & Esser co., Hoboken, N. J. 9389 

Leroy lettering. For lettering sets. © Aug. 4, 
1944; KK 26588. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 9390 

You can depend on Kraft quality. For cheese. 
© Aug. 5, 1944; KK 26572. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

9391-9403 
Completely efficient in spermicidal activity. 
For vaginal jelly. © July 1, 1944; KK 26319. 
For cosmetics: 

Bothered by under-arm perspiration? © July 
18, 1944; KK 26383. 

Creamy smo-o-oth, checks under-arm per- 
spiration. © July 12, 1944; KK 26381. 

Is it etiquet for a girl to propose? © July 21, 
1944; KK 26191. 

Is it etiquet to wear his insignia? © Aug. 8, 
1944; KK 26385. 

New deodorant cream. © July 16, 1944; KK. 
26382. 



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Over 24 <% more effective. © July 23, 1944; 
KK 26384. 

'Round the town it's Tussy, 2nd act curtain, 
opening night, © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26386. 

Should she ask him in when the folks aren't 
home? © July 25, 1944; KK 26192. 

Should she ask him in when the folks aren't 
home? © Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26661. 

This is Arlene Francis speaking. © June 8, 
1944; KK 26379. 

Use the deodorant cream. © July 9, 1944; 
KK 26380. 

I got an orchid. For disinfectant. © July 28, 
1944; KK 26252. 

LeResche (Harold Julius) St. Louis. 9404 

Gif-tag rhymenu. For tags with rhymes for 
tying on gifts. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26265. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co., New York, 9405-9413 
For cigarettes: 

Nature and science. Tobacco farmer C, L. 
Whitehurst. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26387. 

Nature and science. Tobacco farmer S. D, 
Page. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 26670. 

Post-war planning. WAC & naval officer. © 
July 23, 1944; KK 26171. 

Tablet Sears. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26388. 

Taxi Scudder. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 26673. 

Trainer Shane. © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 26467, 

Trixie Starr, © July 27, 1944; KK 26235. 

Was that 'chute a life saver! © Aug. 20, 
1944; KK 26669. 

Your Chesterfield ticket for more smoking 
pleasure. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26468. 

Literary classics, inc.. New York. 9414 

This month's read book club volume. For book. 
© Aug. 7, 1944; KK 26475. 

McGraw electric co, Toastmaster products div,, 
Elgin, 111. 9415 

Postwar planting! For electric automatic toast - 

ers. 

© July 24, 1944; KK 26390. 

McLaughlin (W. F.) & co., inc., Chicago. 

9416-9418 
For food product: 

Flame-roasted coffee. © June 15, 1944; 
KK 26122. 

If you're fussy about coffee. © June 29, 1944; 
KK 26123. 

If you're fussy about coffee, © June 29, 1944; 
KK 26124, 

Macmillan petroleum Corp., Los Angeles. 

9419-9422 
For motor oil: 

Macmillan ring-free motor oil. © Tune 22, 
1944; KK 26219. 

Macmillan ring-free motor oil. © July 13, 
1944; KK 26218. 

Never mind the oil. © July 8, 1944; KK 26221, 

Which ever type of engine you are using. © 
June 5, 1944; KK 26220. 

MacPherson refining co., Van Dyke, Mich. 

9423, 9424 

Here's a better, quicker way to make stre«t 
repairs. For asphalt patch-repair liquid, © Aug, 
1, 1944; KK 26409, 

Service is our business. For asphalts & road 
oils. © June 22, 1944; KK 26410. 



Majestic radio & television corp,, Chicago, 

9425, 9426 
For radios & radio equipment: 

Majestic radio news, no, 12, © July 18, 1944; 
KK 26193, 

Majestic radio news, no, 13, © Aug. 7, 1944; 
KK 26378, 

Marlng (Glenn L.) co., Baltimore, 9427 

20-channel strain gage bridge. For 20-channel 
strain gage bridge, © June 30, 1944; KK 26272. 

Masonite corp., Chicago. 9428 

More than 500 war uses! For building material, 
© Dec, 7, 1943; KK 26671. 

Matthews (Benjamin Carl) Philadelphia. 9429 

Yummy sun-e-south. For pure foods. © Jan. 5, 
1944; KK 26334. 

Micro switch Corp., Freeport, 111. 9430-9439 

For precision electric switches: 

Built for tomorrow, yours today, © July 12, 
1943; KK 26312, 

Let this new peanut Micro switch solve that 
war production headache, © Dec, 16, 1943; KK 
26315, 

Micro switch provides lightning -fast snap- 
action control of electric circuits, © Mar, 18, 
1944; KK 26358, 

Micro switches are a mighty important part 
of the Bell aircobra, © Aug. 20, 1943; KK 26313. 

On Pan American's little sister to the clipper. 
© Apr. 5, 1943; KK 26311. 

There are dozens of spots in your plant for 
Micro switch. © Oct. 13, 1943; KK 26356. 

Why Micro switch provides a long snap- 
action life. © Feb. 5, 1944; KK 26357. 

Wide variety of Micro switch housings and 
actuators. © Feb. 23, 1944; KK 26359. 

Without this mark M S it isn't a Micro 
switch. © Dec. 3, 1942; KK 26360. 

4, metal clad Micro switches. © Sept, 3, 
1943; KK 26314, % 

Moog industries, inc, St, Louis, 9440 

Package of full poser that packs full power. For 
piston rii^s. © July 8, 1944; KK 26254, 

Muncie gear works, inc, Mvmcie, Ind, 9441, 9442 
For outboard motors: 

Big profits ahead! © Aug, 15, 1944; KK 26675, 
Neptune Ned sez: Back the attack, bring the 

boys back, © July 1, 1944; KK 26117, 

Nathan mfg, co,, New York, 9443 

Nathan type 4000 injector. For locomotive 
steam injector, © July 11, 1944; KK 26273, 

National distillers products, corp,, New York, 9444 
Vacation days are here. For whiskey, © July 
29, 1944; KK 26485, 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

9445, 9446 
For milk: 

Keep your route in the chips, open up with 

vitex vitamin D milk. © July 26, 1944; KK 26206. 

She's yours for keeps when you sell her your 

vitex vitamin D milk. © July 26, 1944; KK 26207. 



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National potteries co., Fergus Falls, Minn. 9447 
Big money for workers in home or shop. For 
waterproofing admixture for concrete. © July 21, 
1944; KK 26367. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 9448-9453 
For toilet tissue: 

Buy more bonds I © Feb. 10, 1944; KK 26225, 

Gentle Northern. Boy & polar bears. © Feb. 
8, 1944; KK 26228. 

Gentle Northern. Ducks. © June 10, 1944; 
KK 26226. 

Gentle Northern. Girl & rabbit. © Mar. 10, 
1944; KK 26227. 

Gentle Northern. Indian boy. © May 1, 1944; 
KK 26229. 

Gentle Northern. Pandas. © July 25, 1944; 
KK 26432. 

Overhead door corp. , Hartford City, Ind. 9454 

Adaptable to every demand. For overhead 
doors. © July 1, 1944; KK 26520. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 9455-9458 

For beer: 

Bring me down a bottle of Blue Ribbon. © 
June 20, 1944; KK 25131, 

I think I'm being traded for two bottles of 
Blue Ribbon. © Apr. 25, 1944; KK 26465. 

Secret? My foot! Said MacWillie. © May 
5, 1944; KK 25132. 

5 musts for a perfect desizer. For desizer. © 
Jan. 31, 1944; KK 26464. 

Parker Herbex Corp., Long Island City, N. Y. 9459 

Shocked hair needs hygienic care. For hair & 

scalp preparations. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 26364. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 9460-9467 

For fountain pen ink: 

Amazing new ink keeps pens out of the re- 
pair shop. © July 9, 1944; KK 26582. 

Best seller for quink sellers! © July 25, 
1944; KK 26580. 

Big sellef to big users, brings bigger profits! 
© June 25, 1944; KK 26573. 

Keep your pen trouble-free with protective 
quink! © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26581. 

National ink survey points way to better 
profits! © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26583. 

New type ink prevents pen breakdowns! © 
June 1, 1944; KK 26575. 

Standard equipment for big ink users, © 
July 5, 1944; KK 26574. 

So limited by war, Parker 51 pens must be 
rationed to dealers. For fountain pen. © July 13, 
1944; KK 26579. 

People's outfitting co., Detroit. 9468 

Thrift captures glamour in crown jewel furs. 
For fur coats. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26317. 

Perkins products co., Chicago. 9469-9472 

For soft drink powder: 

Family size package 5^. Kool-aid makes 10 
big, cold drinks. © June 2Q, 1944; KK 26298. 

Kool-aid, 1944. © Mar. 10, 1944; KK 26301. 

Makes 10 big, cold drinks! © July 28, 1944; 
KK 26300. 

5^ family size package. Makes 10 big, cold 
drinks! © June 28, 1944; KK 26299. 



Pioneer soap co., inc., San Francisco. 9473 

You can't keep a good soap down. For soap. © 
A\>g. 5, 1944; KK 26738. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 9474 

Pietro Belluschi's conception of a shoe store. 
For glass. © July 20, 1944; KK 26234. 

Pyramid rubber co., Ravenna, O. 9475, 9476 

For nipple: 

Evenflo. © July 31, 1944; KK 26483. 
Vitaflo. © July 31, 1944; KK 26482. 

Radiant mfg. Corp., Chicago. 9477 

Radiant screen finder. For radiant projection 
screens of table, box, tripod, wall, & ceiling, & 
grommet types. © May 12, 1944; KK 26196. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. Corp., St. Louis. 

9478, 9479 
For piston rings: 

Check fuel system, © Aug. 8, 1944; KK 
26626. 

Flatness parallelism finish! Circularity. © 
July 1, 1944; KK 26637. 

Redlich (Herman M.) & Redlich (Ruth), d. b. a. 
Sun vacuum stores, Los Angeles. 9480, 9481 

For rebuilt vacuum cleaners & parts: 

Drop this burden. ©July 11, 1944; KK 26415. 
It won't pick up thread. © June 27, 1944; 
KK 26416. 

Redlich (Ruth) See Redlich (Herman M.) 

Rhea mfg. co., Milwaukee. 9482 

Remember me? I'm Joan Miller! For dresses. 
© July 29, 1944; KK 26492. 

Schenley import corp.. New York. 9483 

More than wine, an adventure in living. For 
wines. © July 24, 1944; KK 26119. 



Schenley laboratories, inc., Lawrenceburg, Ind. 

9484 
Thanks to penicillin. For medicine penicillin. 
© Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26389. 

SchoU mfg, CO., Inc., Chicago. 9485, 9486 

Dr. Scholl's foot powder. For powder for hot, 

tired, tender feet. © July 1, 1944; KK 26431. 

Half -twist an entirely new surgical dressing. 

For a ready-made dressing of seamless gauze. © 

June 1, 1944; KK 26479. 

Scull (William S.) co., Camden, N. J, 9487 

Going, going, boscul's prize contest Is almost 
gone! For coffee. © Apr. 27, 1940; KK 26303. 

Sealed power corp,, Muskegon, Mich. 9488, 9489 
For piston rings: 

You wouldn't deliberately smash your car. 
© Aug. 11, 1944; KK 26551. 

You're right! © July 14, 1944; KK 26116. 

Season skipper corp., Chicago. 9490 

One and only season skipper, two complete 
coats In one! For ladles' coats. © July 28, 1944; 
KK 26544. 



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Selby shoe co., Portsmouth, O. 9491 

Chin up girll For shoes. © July 29, 1944; KK 
26402. 

Seven-up co., St Louis. 9492-9494 

For soft drink: 

Exactly what It is, a fresh up. © June 27, 
1944; KK 26576. 

Give your spirit a fresh up I © Aug. 2, 1944; 
KK 26577. 

Let your thirst thought be a fresh up. © June 
30, 1944; KK 26578. 

Sheaffer (W. A.) pen co., Fort Madison, la. 

9495, 9496 
For writing equipment: 

America's most precise engine for writing! 
© July 29, 1944; KK 26237. 

Building greater value Into finer fountain 
pens! © July 21, 1944; KK 26610. 

Sherman (H. G.) mfg. co.. Battle Creek. 9497 

Sherman uni -crimp, UC-2. For one piece 
solderless terminal. © July 17, 1944; KK 26539. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, Ellzabethport, N. J. 

9498-9502 

Adaptability of Singer surgical stitching in- 
strument to closed method of intestinal anastomosis. 
For Singer surgical stitching. © Nov. 1, 1943; 
KK 26282. 

Every snip costs you money. For Singer auto- 
matic cutting attachment. © July 15, 1944; KK 
26587. 

Singer B. R. 3 and B. R. 7 motors, form 20034 
(644). For family sewing machine motors. © Aug. 
15, 1944; KK 26685. 

Singer 66-8, 66-14, 66-18 and 66-24 machine 
parts. Showing points of wear, form 20005 (644). 
For family sewing machines. © Aug. 15, 1944; 
KK 26684. 

Would you think I'm a freak, to look at me? For 
Singer sewing machines, Singer form, notions & 
accessories. © July 28, 1944; KK 26400. 



Socony-vacuum oil co.. Inc., New York. 9503-9505 
After victory, a great new Mobllgas with flying 

horsepower. For Moblloil & Mobllgas. © July 14, 

1944; KK 26302. 

Aircraft engines, fuels and lubricants. For oils 

& fuels for aircraft engines. © June 15, 1944; 

KK 26190. 

Moblloil aero aircraft engine lubrication chart. 

For oils for aircraft engines. © June 15, 1944; KK 

26189. 

Spalding (A. G.) & bros.. New York. 9506,9507 
For sporting foods: 

Spalding sports show. The Greeks, as usual, 
had a word for It. © July 20, 1944; KK 26491. 

Spalding sports show. When tennis was 
played on an hourglass. © July 13, 1944; KK 26490. 

Spertl, Inc., Cincinnati. 9508 

Dream-come -true discovery for after 30 skin. 
For cosmetics. © July 1, 1944; KK 26236. 

Standard blouse. Inc., New York, 9509 

Miss September, a winsome blouse. For ladles 
blouse. © July 28, 1944; KK 26169. 



Standard oil co,, Chicago. 9510-9515 

For gasoline & motor oil: 

George, did you have the Standard oil man 
clean our spark plugs? © July 18, 1944; KK 26487. 

George - our Standard oil man can drain a 
crankcase quicker than that! © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 
26489. 

George - they must be calling for Standard 
oil service. © July 26, 1944; KK 26488. 

No, no, George, I didn't say cut your speech 
short, I said, tell them to use less gas in their 
cars! © June 29, 1944; KK 26079. 

That reminds me, George, we must have the 
Standard oil man grease the car tomorrow! © Jufy 
12, 1944; KK 26081. 

That reminds me, Geoi^e, we should have the 
Standard oil man put water in the battery! © July 
6, 1944; KK 26080. 

Stromberg -Carlson co., Rochester, N. Y. 9516 

I've had no letter for three weeks now. 
For radios. © June 29, 1944; KK 26214. 

Studebaker corp., South Bend. 9517 

Thanks a million for those fine engines! For 
airplane engines & military trucks. © Aug. 25, 
1944; KK 26665. 

Sun vacuum stores. See Redllch (Herman M.) & 
Redllch (Ruth), d. b. a. Sim vacuum stores. 

Superba cravats, Rochester, N. Y. 9518 

Sugar and spice $1, everjrthlng that's nice In a 
tie. For ties. © June 7, 1943; KK 26331. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 9519-9522 

For oleomargarine: 

Just wait till you taste its delicate natural 
flavor! © May 26, 1944; KK 26571. 

Millions praise its delicate natural flavor. 
© July 15, 1944; KK 26584. 

Praised to the skies for Its delicate natural 
flavor. © May 26, 1944; KK 26570. 

You'll love Its delicate natural flavor! © 
May 29, 1944; KK 26585. 

Texas pre -fabricated housing co., Dallas. 9523 

Housing that's portable yet permanent. For 

prefabricated portable housing material. © Feb. 
15, 1944; KK 26271. 

Tlmken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 9524 

To the thoughtful engineers! For roller bearings. 
© Aug. 7, 1944; KK 26391. 

Tlmme (E. F.) & son. New York. 9525 

Let's get scientific. For garment lining Insu- 
lation. © July 5, 1944, KK 26414. 

Tlvoli brewing co., Detroit. 9526, 9527 

For beer: 

No cut In quality. Man sawing woman In half. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 26316. 

No cut In quality. Sword swallower. © Aug. 
1, 1944; KK 26202. 

Toastmaster products div. McGraw electric co. 
See McGraw electric co. Toastmaster products 
div. 

Tregs, New York. 9528 

Tregs prevent garter runs. For thermoplastic 
hose relnforcer. © July 7, 1944; KK 26120. 



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Tremco mfg. co., Cleveland, 9529-9532 

For mastic ribbon used for sealing: 

Tremco strip-seal, do your weatherstripping, 
caulking and packing jobs the modern streamlined 
way. © July 15, 1944; KK 26118. 

Tremco strip-seal, the mastic ribbon. © 
July 15, 1944; KK 26125. 

Harden old and new concrete floors. For con- 
crete floor hardeners. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26498. 

Many an old roof has been restored and renewed. 
For misc. roof repairs & coatings. ©July 31, 1944; 
KK 26253. 

Trimz co., inc., Chicago. 9533 

Joan Bennett chooses Trimz ready -pasted wall- 
paper. For ready pasted wallpaper. © July 15, 
1944; KK 26153. 

Two timer, inc., Chicago. 9534 

Two timer. The coat that leads a double life. 
For ladies' coats. © July 28, 1944; KK 26543. 

Underwood Elliott Fisher co., New York. 9535 

Young lady with a future. For typewriters. © 
July 31, 1944; KK 26351. 

United States gypsum co., Chicago. 9536-9538 

Beauty and quiet. Acoustone, SC-43. For 
acoustical tile. © June 2, 1944; KK 26518. 
For hydrated lime for masons use: 

Have you heard about the new mortar magic, 
L-13. © June 12, 1944; KK 26516. 

Have you heard about the new mortar magic, 
L-14, © Apr. 24, 1944; KK 26517. 

United wallpaper factories, inc., Chicago. 

9539-9542 
For dex ready pasted borders: 

New profit-making line! © July 10, 1944; 
KK 26151. 

Sensational new line. © June 7, 1944; KK 
26150. 

Smarten up plain rooms with dex ready -pasted 
borders. © July 15, 1944; KK 26152. 

New Trimz ads put Joan Bennett to work for 
youl For wall paper. © July 18, 1944; KK 26154. 

Warshawsky & co., Chicago. 9543 

Original Warshawsky & co. has rebuilt new & 
used parts for cars & trucks. Keep 'em roUin' to 
victory. For used parts for cars & trucks. © Apr. 
1, 1944; KK 26542. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 9544 

First aid to health and beauty. For toothbrush. 
© Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26636. 

Weinberg & Handelsman, New York. 9545 

Weinberg & Handelsman present. For furs, 

detachable fur collars. © July 19, 1944; KK 26426. 

Wembley, inc., New Orleans. 9546, 9547 

Wembley's greatest magazine campaign incolor. 

For neckwear. © Mar. 23, 1944; KK 26419. 

World's most famous tie test. For neck ties. 

© July 25, 1944; KK 26422. 

Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. div., 
New Haven. 9548 

Modern Bond batteries insure safe, instant 

light. For flashlight batteries. © June 9, 1943; 

KK 26320. 



Western cartridge co. Winchester repeating arms 
CO. div., New Haven. 9549-9552 

For ammunition: 

Always an Important factor in law enforce- 
ment. © June 20, 1944; KK 26423. 

Sales appeal and profits. © June 10, 1944; 
KK 26340. 

When guns can blaze in friendly competition. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 26339. 

Winchester, a great name, in war, in peace. 
© July 1, 1944; KK 26424. 

Weston electrical instrument corp., Newark, N. J. 

9553 
Weston dial, v. 5, no. 2. For exposure meters. 
© Aug. 7, 1944; KK 26350. 

Whitman (Stephen F.) & son, inc., Philadelphia. 

9554-9558 
For confectionery: 

From an overseas mail bag. © July 20, 1944; 
KK 26651. 

Home sparklers. © July 28, 1944; KK 26647. 

It's still the good old summer time. © June 
28, 1944; KK 26648. 

Juicy cherries. © July 26, 1944; KK 26649. 

My dad sure knows how to treat girls. © June 
28, 1944; KK 26650, 

Whitman pub. co., Racine, Wis. 9559 

What amazes me, Gwendolyn, is how the Whit- 
man people maintain quality. For Whitman books. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26337. 

Wickwire Spencer steel co.. New York. 9560 

Squeeze. For wire rope. © Aug. 10, 1944; 
KK 26466. 

Winchester repeating arms co. div. Western cart- 
ridge CO. See Western cartridge co. Winchest- 
er repeating arms co. div. 

Winkler (James Samuel), d. b. a. Guadalupe novel- 
ties, Los Angeles. 9561 
Shadow box lucite initial lapel pin. For clear 

plastic lapel pin with initial. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 

26362. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc.. New York. 9562-9568 
For germicide & santizing agent for ice cream 
plants: 

Beat thebacterlinsin your foodplanti Roccal. 
© May 1, 1944; KK 26168. 

Beat the bacterlins in your ice cream plant. 
Roccal. © June 10, 1944; KK 26395. 

Don't let bacterlins run wild in your plant! 
Roccal. © May 1, 1944; KK 26451. 

Keep bacterlins under control this easy way. 
Roccal. © May 10, 1944; KK 26450. 

Mr. Manager, are you entertaining bacterlins 
in your hotel, in your restaurant, at your bar. 
Roccal. © June 5, 1944; KK 26251. 

New strategy for your war on bacterlins. 
Roccal. © May 5, 1944; KK 26250. , 

Roccal knocks out ice cream plantbacterlins. 
© July 1, 1944; KK 26644. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 9569-9574 

For hearing aid: 

Wondering how Zenith can do it, HA-517. © 
Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26436. 



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Zenith radlonic hearing aid bone -air model 
A-3-A, HA -4566. © Aug. 11, 1944; KK 26437. 
For radlonic hearing aid: 

Again, Zenith makes hearing aid history! © 
July 1, 1944; KK 26155. 

Dear Bob: You wouldn't know mother now 



that she can hear well again. © July 15, 1944; KK 
26156. 

Let's get it out in the open. © July 21, 1944; 
KK 26157. 

Zenith, worlds' most popular hearing aid, 
HA 488. © June 10, 1944; KK 26428. 



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3,583 



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UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[9574 



Moxle CO. 1, 2 

Drink Moxie. For drink or beverage. RR 112, 
July 26, 1944. 



Drink Moxie. For Moxie. RR 111, July 26, 1944. 
© Moxie CO., Boston. 



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Acker (Olive) See Kocher (Ed) 

Aldama products co. See Foster (R. L.), d. b. a. 
Aldama products co. 

Anderson co., Gary, Ind. 9575-9580 

Anco rain-master model DL ten-edge wiper 
blades. For windshield wiper blades. © July 26, 
1944; KK 26291. 

Anco rain-master windshield wiper arm 
adapters. For windshield wiper arm adapters. © 
June 24, 1944; KK 26294. 

For windshield wiper arms: 

Anco model DL dead-locker rain-master 
windshield wiper arm. © June 24, 1944; KK 26290. 
This sensational new dead-locker arm, form 
03-0121. © July 27, 1944; KK 26289. 
For windshield wiper arms & blades: 

Anco rain-master model DL all-car service 
set-up, form 04-0077. © June 30, 1944; KK 26293. 
Mr. Retailer, important, form 04-0063. © 
June 30, 1944; KK 26292. 

Arbogast & Bastian, inc., Allentown, Pa. 9581-9583 
A & B open kettle rendered lard. For lard. © 

Aug. 9, 1944; KK 26396. 

Arbogast & Bastian bacon. For bacon. © Aug. 

9, 1944; KK 26398. 

Arbogast & Bastian smoked ham. For smoked 

ham. © Aug. 9, 1944; KK 26397. 

Aristocrat leather products, inc.. New York. 9584 
Aristocrat, Fifth avenue. For cases for holding 
cigars, cigarettes, pipes & tobacco. © June 15, 
1943; KK 26348. 

Bates shoe co., Webster, Mass. 9585 

Bates originals, B 181 AB. For shoe boxes. © 
Aug. 10, 1944; KK 26607. 

Beech-nut packing co., Canajoharie, N. Y. 

9586, 9587 
For gum: 

Beech-nut fruit flavor gum. © Aug. 15, 1944; 
KK 26662. 

Beech-nut spearmint gum. © Aug. 21, 1944; 
KK 26735. 

Besdan-Kaye co. See Weiss (Daniel A.), d. b. a. 
Besdan-Kaye co. 

Blake (Terry) & co., New York. 9588 

Terry Blake all-purpose beauty aid cream. For 
all purpose cream. © Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26514. 

Burgess battery co., Chicago. 9589 

Burgess handigolf. For game equipment. © 
Aug. 5, 1944; KK 26549. 

Carroll (Charles F.), d. b, a. Carroll candy co., 
Oakland, Calif. 9590 

Games. For candy bars. © June 29, 1944; KK 

26§35. 

Carroll candy co. See Carroll (Charles F.), d. b. 
a. Carroll candy co. 



Chicago plastic products co., inc., Chicago. 

9591, 9592 

G-I. For ointment for athlete's foot, itching 
toes. © July 1, 1944; KK 26660. 

Plastaped. For plastic foot supports. © July 1, 
1944; KK 26430. 

Chiodo candy co., Oakland, Calif. 9593 

Maytime mix. For candy. © June 28, 1944; 
KK 26674. 

Chitter-chat stationers, Blackwell, Okl. 9594-9596 
For stationery: 

Flower notes. © June 30, 1944; KK 26568. 
Kid scribbles. © July 1, 1944; KK 26563. 
Thank you notes. © July 1, 1944; KK 26547. 

Clayton (A. C.) printing co., St. Louis. 9597-9601 
For shoes: 

Joy-teens. Fine footwear. © Aug. 9, 1944; 
KK 26493. 

Mrs. Par nail's hand made shoes. © Aug. 3, 
1944; KK 26497. 

Nicholas Undar fine footwear. © Aug. 10, 
1944; KK 26496. 

Park Brannock co. shoes. © Avig. 11, 1944; 
KK 26495. 

Playful shoes. © Av^. 15, 1944; KK 26494. 

Comet model airplane & supply co., inc., Chicago. 

9602 
From Comet. Fragile, handle with care. For 
model airplanes. © July 15, 1944; KK 26309. 

Continental distillli^ Corp., Philadelphia. 9603 

Dixie belle distilled London dry gin. For gin. 
© May 3, 1943; KK 26421. 

Dolgonikov (Gregory S.), d. b. a. Dolgorukov mfg. 
CO., Washington. 9604-9606 

For phonograph records: 

Terem record. © Oct. 21, 1940. KK 26629. 

Terem record. © Oct. 21, 1940. KK 26632. 

Slot- letter speedy, neat lettering for engineers, 

draftsmen, detailers. For lettering guides. © Aug. 

i, 1942. KK 26628. 

Dolgorukov mfg. co. See Dolgorukov (Gregory S.), 
d. b. a. Dolgorukov mfg. co. 

Floreal (La) parfum sales co., Hollywood, Calif. 

9607-9610 
For perfume: 

Gay 90's. © Dec. 23, 1943; KK 26210. 

Parfum night of love. © Dec. 23, 1943; KK 
26209. 

Parfum night of love. © June 16, 1944; KK 
26208. 

Parfum white ermine. © Mar. 1, 1944; KK 
26211. 

Foster (R. L.), d. b. a. Aldama products co., Los 
Angeles. 9611 

E-Z pie crust mix. For food. © Aug. 5, 1944; 

KK 26550. 



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Geitz (Fred) jr.,d. b. a. Pan-American coffee co., 
St. Louis. 9612 

Hav-mor vitamin coffee contains B-1, patented 

project. For coffee. © July 25, 1944; KK 26361. 

Hall (Jay C.) HunUngton Park, Calif. 9613 

Scalsept. For scalp preparations. © June 28, 
1944; KK 26540. 

Hall hardware co., Minneapolis. 9614 

Our own challenger war formulation barn paint. 

For ready mixed paint. © July 18, 1944; KK 26593. 

Hershel's laboratories, inc., Parkman, O. 

9615, 9616 

Big league hen wafers. For hen wafers. © Apr. 
6, 1944; KK 26449. 

Hershel's b^ league easy shave. For shaving 
cream. © Apr. 6, 1944; KK 26448. 

Hoague-Sprague corp., Lynn, Mass. 9617-9621 

For shoe boxes: 

American juniors, A 114 AB. © June 14, 
1944; KK 26608. 

Pretties by Lesal, P 89 AB. © June 6, 1944; 
KK 26609. 

Styled by Judy Linda, S 2721. © May 8, 1944; 
KK 26«06. 

Tramplets, T-700 A. © May 8, 1944; KK 
26605. 

Twlx -teens, T-702A. © July 19, 1944; KK 
26604. 

Hobby stationers, Kansas City, Mo. 9622 

Christmas notes. For stationery. © July 1, 
1944; KK 26548. 

Inglis (Victor H.) tobacco co. See Inglis (Victor 
Hastie), d. b. a. Victor H. Inglis tobacco co. 

Inglis (Victor Hastie), d. b. a. Victor H. Inglis 
tobacco CO., Los Angeles. 9623 

Caledonia aromatic pipe mixture. For tobacco. 

© Feb. 22, 1944; KK 26060. 

Jones (Mrs. Tommle L[ee]) Chicago, 9624 

Tommle s dream salve. For foot salve. © Aug. 
5, 1944; KK 26634. 

Kasser distillers products Corp., Philadelphia. 

9625-9627 

Kings. For Imported brandy. © July 25, 1944; 
KK 26203. 

Kings reserve. For blended whiskey. © July 
25, 1944; KK 26204. 

Kings superba. For imported golden sherry. © 
July 28, 1944; KK 26205. 

Kellar (Julie) Los Angeles. 9628 

Kan-dee sand-widge. For candy sandwich. © 
Sept. 24, 1943; KK 26347. 

Kellogg (John L.) & co.. South Elgin, HI. 9629 

Frozen flavor Instant all-coffee, 5 Individual 
servings. For beverage. © July 28, 1944; KK 
26330. 

Kocher (Ed) & Acker (Olive), d. b. a. Turntable, 
Hollywood, Calif. 9630 

Jump. For phonograph records. © Aug. 8, 1944; 

KK 26562. 



Lebanon woolen mills. Inc., Lebanon, Tenn. 9631 
Lebanon woolen mills. Inc. 100 o/o all wool, 
a quality blanket. For woolen blankets. © Apr. 
10, 1944; KK 26349. 

Llckter (Mark) Hollywood, Calif. 9632, 9633 

Officers club. For tobacco. © July 21, 1944; 

KK 26736. 

Spa. For mineral water. © Aug. 4,1944; KK 

26737. 

Martlneau polish -wax co,,Ellzabethton,Tenn. 9634 
Martlneau's wax. For cleaning & polishing 
liquid wax. © July 13, 1944; KK 26529. 

Mendle box wrap & label corp., St. Louis. 9635 

Cross country shoes. Fine footwear, map 

design. For shoe boxes. © July 5, 1944; KK 26082. 

Mercury chemical co.. Inc., Detroit. 9636, 9637 
Crystal kleen. For powdered household cleaning 

compound. © May 11, 1944; KK 26592. 

Crystallte. For compound for washing dishes In 

mechanical dishwasher. © May 11, 1944; KK 

26591. 

O'Nell (James R.) San Francisco. 9638 

2 puzzles, fun mall for someone In the' service. 
For puzzles. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 26480. 

Pan-American coffee co. See Geitz (Fred) jr., 
d. b. a. Pan-American coffee co. 

Parsons chemical works, Grand Ledge, Mich. 

9639 

3 way dust. For fungicide. Insecticide, worm- 
Iclde. © July 15, 1944; KK 26486, 

Pelunls (Sidney), d. b. a. Tim-lab, Shaker Heights, 
O. 9640 

Commando talkie. For toy talking device^ © 

June 21, 1944; KK 26478. 

Peper (Christian) tobacco co., St. Louis. 

9641, 9642 
For smoking tobacco: 

Brush Creek. © June 27, 1944; KK 26231. 
Gorse Hill. © June 22, 1944; KK 26232. 

Rogers (John C.) &, Rogers (Tony) Portland, Or. 

9643 
Darlsweet Rogers brothers. For Ice cream. © 
May 5, 1944; KK 26329. 

R(^ers (Tony) See Rogers (John C.) 

Rimclman (G. H.) co., Grand Rapids, Mich. 9644 
Jane brand choice hand picked Michigan navy 
beans. For choice hand picked Michigan navy beans. 
© July 28, 1944; KK 26224. 

Scholl mfg. CO., Inc., Chicago. 9645 

Smoothie. For leg make-up applicator. © July 
1, 1944; KK 26687. 

School photo service, Kansas City, Mo. 9646 

World's finest portraits. For photographs. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26546. 

Schulman (Louis) co., Inc., New York. 9647 

Cobbs. For fruit & preserved fruits. © July 1, 
1944; KK 26377. 



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Soda cola co., Nelsonville, O. 9648 

Soda cola. Tingy, tangy, tasty, slogan. For 
flavoring syrup, carbonated bottle beverages. © 
Apr. 27, 1944; KK 26283. 

Standard brands, inc., New York. 9649 

Perk. For vitamin-lzed tomato juice. © Mar. 
16, 1944; KK 26401. 

Stevens (Beatrice A.) Washington. 9650 

Lady Beatrice creme. For skin cream. © Aug. 
16, 1944; KK 26433. 

Sweet candy co., Salt Lake City. 9651 

Chocolate orange sticks. For candy. © Aug. 2, 
1944; KK 26586. 

Swift & CO., Chicago. 9652-9660 

For meat product: 

Derby's cooked ham. © May 15, 1944; KK 
26512. 

Derby's Philadelphia scrapple. © May 15, 
1944; KK 26505. 

Derby's pure pork sausage. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 26507. 

Derby's pure pork sausage. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 26511. 

Derby's sac-o-pork. Cooked specialty sau- 
sage. © Mav 15, 1944; KK 26509. 

Derby s table ready bologna. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 26508. * 

Derby's table ready cooked specialty sausage. 
© May 15, 1944; KK 26734. 

Derby's table ready foods. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 26506. 

Derby's table ready loaf. © May 15, 1944; 
KK 26510. 

Tilghman packing co., Tilghman, Md. 9661 

Tilghman brand ground fish. For ground canned 
fish. © July 24, 1944; KK 26158. 

Tim-lab. See Pelunis (Sidney), d. b. a. Tim-lab. 

Turner (Harley Ray) Wichita. 9662 

Trichotone. For liquid for external use. © 
Sept. 15, 1943; KK 26420. 

Turntable. See Kocher (Ed) & Acker (Olive), d. 
b. a. Turntable. 



9675 



Varsity mfg. co.. New York. 9663 

Alive with jive. For children's raincoats. © June 
30, 1944; KK 26590. 

Ward baking co.. New York. 9664 

Tip-top banner wheat bread. For bread. © July 
10, 1944; KK 26560. 

Webb (Paul) New Canaan, Conn. 9665 

Mountain boys pen teasers. For stationery. © 
July 6, 1944; KK 26569. 

Weiss (Daniel A.), d. b. a. Besdan-Kaye co.. New 
York. 9666 

B. K., the beverage laxative. For laxative. © 

Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26589. 

Whitlock (Bache McE.) Palm Beach, Fla. 9667 

Cyemba Farms, Belle Galde, Fla. Marine boat 
scene. For fresh vegetables. © May 20, 1944; KK 
26212. 

Winterrowd (H. A.), d. b. a. H. A. Winterrowd co,, 
Indianapolis. 9668 

One minute furniture polish. For furniture 

polish. © Aug. 7, 1944; KK 26541. 

Winterrowd (H. A.) co. See Winterrowd (H. A.), 
d. b. a. H. A. Winterrowd co. 

Wyler & co., Chicago. 9669-9673 

Wyler's celery flakes. For dehydrated fresh 
garden celery. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 26642. 

Wyler's chopped parsley. For dehydrated fresh 
garden parsley. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 26639. 

Wyler's mint leaves. For dehydrated fresh 
garden mint. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 26640. 

Wyler's mixed vegetable flakes. For dehydrated 
fresh garden vegetables. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 26641. 

Wyler's onion flakes. For dehydrated fresh 
garden onions. © Apr. 1, 1944; KK 26638. 

X laboratories inc.. New York. 9674 

X block liquid. For preparation which repairs 
leaks in cast iron or aluminum blocks. © May 15, 
1944; KK 26170. 

Zellerbach paper co., San Francisco. 9675 

Perkette pure white bathroom tissue. For bath- 
room tissue. © July 12, 1944; KK 26561. 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 532 



197 



9678»10861 



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, 1009 



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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF MERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 9 



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 copyright pro- 
prietor and artist are the same, this identity being indicated by the use of an asterisk (*) after the name of 
the proprietor. A subalphabet of artists is used when the proprietor and artists are different, 

II. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of 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. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G," Class G, Works of art; "H," Class R, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "I," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "]," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"® 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right 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, Washington, D. C, 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 

I>art 3, Musical Compositions 3.00 

Part 4, Works of Art, Photographs, Prints, and Pictorial Illustrations, 

including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise _____ = __== 2.00 

Single numbers- -_----=_-- — „.„._„__.„_==» .50 

Annual indexes, each, for complete calendar year — 2.00 

All parts for complete calendar year------- =_._„,- „=__ = _„.» — _ .___ 10.00 



(ID 



NOTICE 

The Copyright Act of 1 909 provides that, of the articles deposited for copyright registration, the Librarian 
of Congress shall determine what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent collections 
of the Library of Congress and what other books or articles shall be transferred to other governmental 
libraries in the District of Columbia for use therein. 

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December Tl, 1935, inclusive, 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 copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo= 
graphs. 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. 



American veterans of world war 2. 9676 

Slater (William H.}: 

American veterans of world war 2. © 1 c. 
June 21, 1944; G 43999. 

Baldrey (Haynsworth)* 9677 

Landone (Brown) © 1 c. Aug. 24, 1944; G 43990. 

Berrocal Qulio)* 9678 

Continent of democracy. & 1 c. Sept. 7. 1944; 
G 44004. 

Blythe (Walter Edward)* 9679-9685 

Boston terrier, - Chow chow. - Pekingese. © 

July 17, 1944; G 44083-44085. 

Bulldog. - Samoyede. © July 17, 1944; G 43955, 

43956. 

Cocker spaniel. - Fox terrier, wire haired. © 

July 17, 1944; G 44006, 44007. 

Brown (Violet Pearl Wood)* 9686, 9687 

Argentina goucho, cowboy. - Tango, Cuba. © 
Sept. 19, 1944; G 44088, 44089. 

Burdette (Dorothy M.)* 9688 

Blue rhythm. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; G 43993. 

Byrnes (Loy)* 9689-9693 

Punchy and Judy: 

Gee it was nice of Judy. - If your girl is mad. 

- Now that I'm here. - i>unchy my pal. - This is 
Punchy. © 1 c. each July 6, 1944; G 43960-43964. 

Campos (Florencio Molina)* 9694 

Trenches. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1944; G 43987. 

Cieslinski (Alfred J.)* 9695, 9696 

Caught unawares. - Dawn. © 1 c. each Sept. 14, 
1944; G 44002, 44003. 

Clardy (George D.)* 9697 

Senator Nobody. © 1 c. May 13, 1944; G 44061. 

Clarke (H. O.) 9698, 9699 

Jablonski (J. S.): 

Democratic, our choice, security. - Republi- 
can, our choice, prosperity. © 1 c. each Aug. 19, 
1944; G 43982, 43983. 

Corson (H. H.) & Ziegler (F. W.) 9700 

Akin (Lewis G.): 

Tradition of the sword and cutlass. © 1 c. 
Aug. 30, 1944; G 43969. 

Curry (John Steuart)* 9701-9707 

Dying oak. - Flood. - Hagen (Dr. Oskar) and his 

cat. - Peonies and iris. © 1 c. each Sept. 4, 1944; 

G 43976-43979. 

Flowers in a brown jug. - Roses In a copper pot. 

- Roses, red and yellow In brasspot. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 25, 1944; G 44092-44094. 



Daucette (Laurence Philip) 9708 

Deerlng (Roger): 

Oh no! This Is not your hat. This hat belongs 
to — . © 1 c. July 24, 1844; G 43996. 



DeLancy's. 

Knotts (Louise D.): 

Peter Rabbit. © Aug. 21, 1944; G 44102. 



9709 



Doczl (George)* 9710 

Goddess of freedom has a golden bowl. © 1 c. 
Sept. 14, 1944; G 44115. 

Duncan 0ohn Allison)* 9711 

Wilbur. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1944; G 43968. 

Dutch West India co, 9712 

Rodriguez (Miguel Angel): 

Dutch West India company. Virgin Islands', 
U.S.A., fine liqueurs. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1944; G 44111. 

Dyer (Ann)* 9713-9715 

Madonna, 511, 512. - Madonna with child, 510. 
© Sept. 14, 1944; G 44099-44101. 

Elders (Icy)* 9716 

Boyhood home of Senator W. Lee O'Danlel. © 
1 c. June 20, 1944; G 44011. 

Field & stream pub. co. 9717-9728 

Hunt (Lynn Bogue): 

Band -tailed pigeon, blue grouse, mountain 
quail. - Canada goose, brant and pintail. - Diving 
ducks. - Lesser geese. - Mourning dove and bob- 
white. - Pinnated grouse, sharp-tailed grouse, 
Hungarlanpartrl<^e. - Rlrig -necked pheasant. - Rxif- 
fled grouse and woodcock. - Shallow -water ducks. 

- Shallow water ducks, number two. - Western quail. 

- Wild turkey. © Aug. 14, 1944; G 44065-44076. 



Foster (Walter)* 9729 

Texas long horn steer. © 1 c, Aug. 7, 1944; G 
43981. 

Gates (Elmer H.) 9730 

Snyder (Mens^o): 

Last breakfast. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1944; G 
44063. 

Glrvln (Robert H.) jr.* 9731 

World war 2 memorial for the sons of Italy. © 
1 c. Sept. 12, 1944; G 44112. 

Gittlns (Joseph Thomas)* 9732 

Little majorette doll. 'l> Au«. 15.1944; C 44012. 

Gordon (Paul Steve)* 9733, 9734 

Paul Gordon's curtalnless stage. 1,2. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 23, 1344; G 44106, 441G7.' 



199 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



.9735 



pt. IV, n. s,, V. 39 



Grant 0oseph C.) & Heumer (Richard M.)* 
Oogle, 1. © 1 c, Sept. 21, 1944; G 44105. 



9735 



Hagemann (Iris Worth)* 9736 

Christian service, protection, peace, equality, 
justice, sufficiency. Seal for the world peace coxin- 
cil. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1944; G 43994. 

Hawes (Adeline Bergman)* 9737, 9738 

Lord, faith, baptism, Eph. 4:5. - One Jesus, Zech. 
14:9. © Jan. 31, 1944; G 44081, 44082. 

Henson-McCoUam productions. 9739, 9740 

Earl (Winferd) & McCollam (Pat): 

Kinky Koon, 1,2. © 1 c. each Aug. 16, 1944; 
G 44000, 44001. 

Herrick (C. Douglas)* 9741-9743 

Intrigue, 5, 9, 12. © 1 c. each Sept. 19, 1944; 
G 44055-44057. 

Holzer (Emil Jules)* 9744 

Pillar clouds in our eastern heavens. © 1 c. 
Sept. 1, 1944; G 43966. 

Hughes (Edith Wakeman) 9745 

Gebhardt (Harold) & Gebhardt (Evelyn): 
Aurora. © 1 c. July 25, 1944; G 44098. 

Hyman (N. C.) & co. 9746-9751 

Qyman (Nathaniel) American heroes: 

Boone (Daniel). - Buffalo Bill. - Grant (Ulys- 
ses S.). - Lincoln (Abraham). - Roosevelt (Theo- 
dore). - Washington (George) © 1 c. each Sept. 2, 
1944; G 43970-43975. 

Joint contest committee of Barre granite assn. & 
Vermont marble co. 9752-9761 

Deacy (William Henry): 

War memorial, 55. © Aug. 12, 1944; G 43931. 
Elwell (Roy A.): 

Brave men, women and worthy patriots dear 
to God and famous to all ages, 27. © Aug. 12, 1944; 
G 43940. 

Kastrup (Carl): 

City of Salem honor these men and women, 
76. - Duty, honor, country, 84. - To the men and 
women of this community who helped preserve us 
a free nation, 80. - Valor, peace, 74. © Aug. 12, 
1944; G 43932, 43933, 43938, 43939. 
Sherwood (C. H.) & De Selice (T.): 

War memorial design, 93. © Aug. 12, 1944; 
G 43934. 

Tucci (Francis M.): 

Dedicated to those who gave their lives for 
freedoms just cause, 59. © Aug. 12, 1944; G 43935. 
Van Wagenlngen (Fred): 

1941 - They gave the last full measure of de- 
votion - 1944, 36. © Aug. 12, 1944; G 43937. 
Yaeger (Albert B.): 

World war 2 memorial, 113. © Aug. 12, 1944; 
G 43936. 

• 
Koons (Ray Earl)* 9762 

Flibbertigibbet! © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1944; G 44110. 

Krebs (Stanley)* 9763 

Pemlen, a tiny eif of good things and deeds. © 
1 c. Aug. 28, 1944; G 43991. 

Lange (John Fred)* 9764 

New high in our public debt and a new low in the 

rights of the people. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1944; G 43989. 



Lincoln monument co., inc. 9765 

Calder (LamontW.): 

Monument design. © 1 c. Aug. 25, 1944; G 
43997. 

Miller 0oseph Andrew)* 9766 

Strange visitor. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; G 44008. 



Miller (Willis Harold)* 

Five point modernistic. 
G 44090. 



9767 
© 1 c. Sept. 9, 1944; 



Miller studios. 9768 

"Nuderscher (Frank B.): 

Bill of rights. © June 28, 1944; G 43998. 

Modern novelty staturies. 9769, 9770 

Falardo (Nicholas) & Plpltone (Nlckolas) Figu- 
rine: 

Female. - Male. © July 1, 1944; G 44116, 
44117. 

Moessel (Julius)* 9771, 9772 

For our beloved country, 1,2. © 1 c. each Sept. 
22, 1944; G 44086, 44087. 

Muse Qacob Albert)* 9773-9775 

Head of: 

Baby in frame on drawing of barrel shaped 
vase. - Girl on glass tilted to show bottom and re- 
movable part. - Girl with lattice work border. © 
1 c. each July 28, 1944; G 43957-43959. 

Okun (Arthur) 9776 

Turner (Raymond): 

Figure of a swan, swimming among Illy leaves. 
© 1 c. Aug. 10, 1944; G 43988. 

Okun CO. 9777 

Turner (Raymond): 

Dressed monkey with arms drawn up and legs 
extended to form a circle. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1944; 
G 44108. 

Ortiz. (Emily K.)* 9778 

Ducky Wacky orchestra. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1944; 
G 44010. 



9779-9781 
© 1 c. Sept. 7, 1944; G 



Osborne co. 

Buell (Alfred): 

Bowlli^ girl, 4874 
43985. 

MuUer (Annie Benson): 

Baby broadcasting, 4873. © 1 c. Sept. 7,1944; 
G 43984. 

Otto (Walt): 

Diving girl, 4872. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1944; G 
43986. 



Panda. 

Mangold (George) 

Panda. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1944; G 44114. 



9782 



Preston (Don F.)* 9783 

Bottle Imp. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 1944; G 43992. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 9784-9786 

Eternal destiny 2,449. - Forgotten divinity, 445. 
- Last confession of a rose, 443. © 1 c. each Sept. 
26, 1944; G 44095-44097. 

Rankin (Hugh Doak)* 9787 

Scrambled zoo. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1944; G 44080. 



200 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 9, 1944 



9846 



Royal oak ceramics. 
Morgan (Arthur C): 
• Flossy. © Sept. 12, 1944; G 44009. 



9788 



Schmidt (Martin)* 9789 

Tomorrow. ® 1 c. Sept. 9, 1944; G 44091. 



Scotto (Gerard John)* 

To baby. © Aug. 10, 1944; G 43967. 



9790 



9791 



Shanahan (Helen) 
Cole (Alphaeus P.): 

Sacred Heart. © 1 c. Sept. 1, 1944; G 43965. 

Sons of the revolution in the state of New York. 

9792-9794 
Dunsmore (John Ward) Washington: 

And staff watching the battle of Long Island, 
1776, D 29. - At the battle of Harlem Plains, Sept. 
15, 1776, D 28. -Sees the bloody footprints in the 
snow, D 2. © 1 c. «ach Aug. 4, 1944; G 44077- 
44079. 

South Barre granite co., inc. 9795-9836 

Conery (V. V.) Memorial: 

Ashley, 571. - Bierman, 575. - Brainard, 576. 
- Brandon, 569. - Carpenter (Herman K. & Martha 
J.), 566-B. - Crandall, 565. - Daniel, 574. - Darnley, 
563. - Doyle, 567. - Hartzel, 560. - Holland, 568. - 
Holman, 562. - Jordon, 570. - Luther, 573. - Stod- 
dar4, 561. - Stundar (Frank Lee & Mary Ann), 566- 
A. - Sturgeon, 577. - Webster, 572. - Whitney, 564. 
© Sept. 15, 1941; G 44013, 44015, 44019-44035. ' 

Gardner, 579. - Gerard, 582-B. - Hartford 
(Melvin John & Mildred Rose), 583-B. - Jeavons, 
580. - Mahoney, 582 -A. - Merhulik (Stephen H. & 
Sarah Sbule), 583-A. - Murray, 581. - Schlund, 578. 
© Apr. 12, 1942; G 44014, 44016-44018, 44036- 
44039. 

Qaslem (Daniel Booth) Memorial: 



Bertram, 904. - Edgerly, 902, - Fleming, 
901. - Hedring, 905. - Manlgan, 903. - Melton, 906. 

- Reislan, 900. © May 3, 1943; G 44040-44046. 

Haviland, 917. - Hillmer, 913. - Hudsill, 914. 

- Innslow, 912. - Levandt, 911. - Thorill, 916. - 
Trueman, 915. - Wilkins, 910. © May 1, 1944; G 
44047-44054. 

Stein (Milton)* 9837 

Smart Alex. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 1944; G 44064. 

Stitt (William T.) 9838 

D'Asaro (Naish): 

Red mangrove. © 1 c. Sept. 9,1944; G 43995. 

Theifels (Henry) 9839 

Bernardinl (Michele): 

Blessed Martin. © Sept. 5, 1944; G 44062. 

Thomas (Richard Somers)* 9840 

Perfect man. © 1 c. Sept. 15, 1944; G 44104. 

Trigg (Robert) & sons. 9841 

Trigg (Milton H.) 

Memorial, 6214. © 1 c. Sept. 13, 1944; G 
44113. 

Vandeh Eynden Qoseph C.)* 9842-9844 

Magic of trade: 

Bazaars of the East. - Galleys goal. - Orien- 
tal splendors, for money spenders. © 1 c. each Aug. 
9, 1944; G 44058-44060. 

Whelan (Edwin W.)* 9845 

Onward, forward, upward. © May 22, 1944; G 
44005. 

Williams (Robert J.) ST.* 9846 

Square deal and no war. © 1 c. July 13, 1944; G 
43980. 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944 — 1,546 



201 



SCULPTURE OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[9846 



Hunt (Esther) 

Jor:quil. © Esther Hunt, 
131930, Sept. 15, 1944. 



San Francisco. 



202 



CLASSES H-K 

REPRODUCTIONS OF A WORK OF ART; DRAWINGS OR PLASTIC WORKS 

OF A SCIENTIFIC OR TECHNICAL CHARACTER; PHOTOGRAPHS; 

PRINTS AND PICTORIAL ILLUSTRATIONS 



Air conditionii^ utilities co., 9847-9849 

Mushroom ventilator head: 

Cover type, plan 704B. - With damper, plan 
702. © Aug. 31, 1944; I 35188, 35189. 

Mushroom ventilator heads, plan 701. © Sept. 
1, 1944; I 35187. 

Albree (George Norman) 9850, 9851 

Albree ignition system for firearms. © 1 c. Sept. 

6, 1944; I 35123. 

Grindii^ jig for Albree scarfer knives. © 1 c. 

Sept. 22, 1944; I 35182. 

Allen (Thomas Elmer) 9852 

God, the invincible force that rocks the cradle of 
love. © Aug. 29, 1944; K 56125. 

American automobile assn. 9853-9856 

Keep from between parked cars, 163. © Sept. 12, 
1944; K 56219. 

Obey your safety patrol, 162. © Aug. 25, 1944; 
K 56218. 

We always play where it's safe, 161. © May 3, 
1944; K 56030. 

We walk facii^ traffic, 160. © Apr. 5, 1944; K 
56031. 

American bank note co. 9857, 9858 

84936. © Mar. 7, 1944; K 56022. 
85185. © May 13, 1944; K 56023. 

Anderson (Randolph D.) 9859 

Inner storm window. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; 
I 35149. 

Arenz (John A.) 9860 

Electrolonic tubes, electrolonic relay. © 1 p. 
Sept. 28, 1944; I 35193. 

Arthritis sanatorium and diagnostic clinic. 9861 
Arthritis. © July 10, 1944; I 35112. 

Ashley (David) inc. 9862, 9863 

MacGregor (R.): 

Cutty Sark. - Red Jacket. © Sept. 11, 1944; 
H 2775, 2776. 

Ashton (Edna M.) 9864, 9865 

Bath mat tray. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; I 35139. 
Foot wiper or mat. © 1 c.Sept. 11, 1944; I 35140. 

Axelson mfg. co. 9866-9868 

Gears, backlash, diametral allowance: 

14 1/2 degree pressure angle. - 17 1/2 degree 
pressure angle. - 20 degree pressure angle. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 4,1944; I 35134-35136. 

Badgley (Charles H.) 9869 

Hand line holder. © 1 c, Sept. 15, 1944; I 35161, 



Bankers trust eo. 



9870-9873 



Gross yields and prices: 

Fully taxable U. S. treasury obligations. - 
Partially tax-exempt U. S. treasury obligations. © 
Sept. 19, 1944; I 35180, 35181. 

Partially tax exempt U. S. treasury obligations 
gross yield curves and price equivalents at various 
corporate tax rates, charts 1, 2. © Sept. 12, 1944; 
I 35157, 35158. 

Bannerman (Charles L.) 9874 

Swimming device. © 1 c. Sept, 11, 1844; I 35146. 

Barkalow bros. co. 9875 

Greetings from Omaha, Nebr. © Aug. 16, 1944; 
K 56151. 

Barnes (O. E.) 9876 

Parker (Ellen) of Fort Hunt, Va., who is upon 
Snow Ball. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1944; J 37201. 

Barrett (Oliver Glen) 9877-9879 

Autumnbeauty. - Dragonvase. - Lilies moderne. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; K 56002-56004. 

Beals lithograph & ptg. co., inc. 9880 

Greetings from Omaha, Nebraska, 12 AT 460. 
© Aug. 12, 1944; K 56150. 

Bethlehem steel co. 9881, 9882 

Reach for the right extinguisher. © Aug. 3,1944; 

K 56026. 

Still a tough fight ahead, stay on the job. © July 

15, 1944; K 56027. 

Boeck (Lothar S.) 9883 

Length and distance computer. © 1 c, Aug. 12, 
1944; I 35183. 

Boehm (Paul F.) 9884 

Isometric and orthogonal set-angle, 440905. © 
1 c. Sept. 9, 1944; I 35130. 

Borden co. 9885-9890 

But Elmer, think how much we're helping the 
grocer. © Feb. 18, 1944; K 56212. 

Elmer, let's be honest with ourselves! © June 
10, 1944; K 56001. 

Elsie says: Food is ammunition. © Dec. 11, 
1943; K 56210. 

Let's all back him up and bring him back. © 
Jan. 20, 1944; K 56216. 

News from the food front. America's cows. © 
Nov. 4, 1943; K 56228. 

Remember, shop before Friday and miss the mob. 
© Feb. 25, 1944; K 56211. 

Bourke, Holland & Miller, inc. 9831, 9892 

Gadget desk mailing, letter no. 2. - You're more 
than just a number in the files, letter no. 1. © Aug, 
10, 1944; K 56061, 56062. 



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9893 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Broesel (Carl A.) & Broesel (Oliye Ann) 9893 

Safety ash tray and deodorant container. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1944; I 35176. 

Brown & Bigelow. 9894-9920 

American way, 24-423. © June 26, 1944; K 
56028. 

Aren't heavenly bodies fascinating, L 34730. - 
Come~as-you-are party, L 34732. - Everybody says 
my limbs are oke, L 34721. - Gee the view is won- 
derful up here, L 34726. - He says he never forgets 
a face, L 34728. - Hold that crowd back, officer, 
L 34724. - I'm awfully easy on the pupils, L 34729. 
- I'm just getting back into shape, L 34725. - Oh, 
doctor, shall I keep my beads on, L 34727. - Oh, oh, 
I wonder if it's over-exposed, L 34723. - They said 
I was just too cute for wards, L 34722. - Want to be 
put in your place, L 34731. © Aug. 11, 1944; K 
56157-56168. 

Blacksmith shop, L 34623. - Christmas eve, L 
34632. - Circus parade, L 34628. - Fourth of July, 
L 34627. - General store, L 34631. - Hallowe'en, 
L 34630. - Home talent play, L 34624. - Honeyvale 
V. F. D., L 34629. - Hooking rides, L 34622. - New 
Year's eve, L 34621. - No. 21 pulls in, L 34626. - 
Visitor's day, L 34625. © Aug. 21, 1944; K 56169- 
56180. 

Eisenhower (General Dwight D.) © July 14, 
1944; K 56029. 

Sylvania. © Sept. 25, 1944; K 56226. 

Brumbelow (Welcome E.) 9921 

Puzzle game. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; I 35145. 

Brun (Vally P.) 9922 

Our national economic machine. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 
1944; I 35132. 

Bullis (Zaidee C.) 9923-9931 

Tommy Tucker, squirrel: 

Eating nut, dish of food, veg., blue & white 
gingham dress. - Standi:^ in chair, silk dress with 
ribbon tied in front, tail up. © 1 c. each Aug. 22, 
1944; J 37174, 37176. 

Hat on looking in mirror. - Placing war sav- 
ings stamps in album, 12 stamps. - Red, white and 
blue dress, pose. - Sitting on arm of settee receiv- 
ing fur combing. © 1 c, each Sept. 21, 1944; J 
37197-37200. 

In booth selling war bonds and stamps. - Past- 
ing war stamps in book. © 1 c. each Sept. 14, 1944; 
J 37172, 37175. 

Tommy Tucker, the famous squirrel. Twenty 
five dollar war bond, series E, dated June, 1944. 
© 1 c. Sept. 14, 1944; J 37173. 

Burr (George Luther) 9932 

Wedding ring photc^raph frame. © 1 c. Ai^. 15, 
1944; I 35121. 

Byrne (Christopher James) 9933 

Just between ourselves. ©July 20, 1944; K 56007. 

Caldwell (Albert J.) 9934 

Combination envelope opener and thumb tack 
puller. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35201. 

Campbell (G. Lewis) 9935 

Light for roller skate. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; 
I 35151. 



Campbell prints, inc. 



9936-9941 



[Christ at 33^ or, I am the way, the light and the 
truth] 7137. © Sept. 12, 1944; K 56205. 

[Christ before Pilate] 8372. - [Crucifixion; or, 
Golgotha] 8370. © July 20, 1944; K 56137, 56138. 

[Good Shepherd] 7139, - [Suffer little children 
to come unto Me; or, Christ and the children] 7138. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; K 56206, 56207. 

[Infant Samuel] 7135. © Sept. .12, 1944; K 56208. 

Chambers (John T.) 9942 

Income tax calculating chart. Tax act of 1944. 
© Sept. 14, 1944; I 35172. 

City national bank & trust co. 9943 

Listen, folks. © June 11, 1944; K 56103. 

Clark's mfg. & equipment co. 9944, 9945 

Clark's technical air cooling system. © 1 c. 
Sept. 18, 1944; I 35173. 

New cyclone refrigeration, no ice, cold air cir- 
culation. © 1 c. Sept. 18, 1944; J 37194. 

Cogdell (Dan) & associates. 9946 

New York city, Prince Hall temple, 155th street. 
© Sept. 4, 1944; K 56230. 

College book store. 9947-9955 

Corn rows, 15P502. - Delaware at Shawnee, 

15P510. - Farmhouse at Stormstown, Pa., 15P505. 

- Frary house In Deerfleld, 15P506. - Indian sum- 
mer, 15P508. - Old bank barn. Linden Hall, 15P509. 

- Penn's Valley, winter, 15P504. - Spring plowing, 
15P507. - Willows on the water, 15P503. © Sept. 
8, 1944; K 56140-56148. 

Concordia pub. house. 9956 

Christmas story. © Aug. 11, 1944; K 56032. 

Cowles (Oscar D.) 9957 

Auto-no-shift transmission. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1944; I 35197. 

Crittenden (Amelia), Crittenden (Neville) & Critten- 
den (Oliver) 9958 
[Capture of Fort Duquesne] by Henry Marcus 

Moran. © Aug. 15, 1944; H 2777. 

Dalziel (Edgar A.) 9959 

Dewey (Thomas E.) © Aug. 29, 1944; K 56127. 

Darby (Harry) 9960 

Ships for the navy. © June 5, 1944; K 56013, 

Davenport (Charles E.) 9961 

Long Tom bio gun. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; I 35148. 

Davis (William J.) 9962 

Don't holler, vote. © May 29, 1944; K 56099. 

De Bonllla (Jewel B.) 9963 

Visi-date deskpad. © 1 c.Aug. 10, 1944; I 35124. 



DeGroat (Dayton Charles) 

Radiant Christ. © July 1, 1944; J 37151. 



9964 



Deschler (M. B.) 9965, 9966 

[Self-contained marine saloon] 94. © 1 c. Sept. 

27, 1944; I 35192. 

Self-contained sash [single hand control, type M] 

dwg. 93. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; I 35171. 

Dirand (Louis J.) 9967 

Mileage from New York to capitals of states and 

population of states. © 1 c. Sept. 14, 1944; I 35154. 



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Dodman (Lovell Roy) & Dodman (Grace A.) 9968 
Dodman electro-asepsis apparatus. © 1 c. Aug. 
:i, 1944; I 35117. 

Donaldson (James M.) sr. 9969 

Aeroplane or boat propeller. © 1 c. Sept, 28, 
1944; I 35211. 

Dowell (Henry L.) & Shelton (G. I.) 9970 

Orifice changer. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; I 35147. 

Dubler (Herbert) inc. 9971-9978 

Budding genius, 951, - Child's prayer, 901. - 

Helping herself, 810. - Sitting pretty, 902. - Stitch 

in time, 903. - Stolen kiss, 904. - Washboard blues, 

905. © June 19, 1944; K 56090-56096. 

Offering, 909. © June 19, 1944; K 56097. 

Duncan (Mark H.) 9979 

World-wide missionary crusader. Go ye into 
all the world, the Bible. © Nov. 7, 1943; K 56008. 

Dvorak (Joseph P.) 9980 

Steadyrest for gas cutting torch. © 1 c. Sept. 
28, 1944; I 35210. 

Dy eke r (William E.) 9981 

Contourograph. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35204. 

Ellis (William R.) 9982 

Weed shedding propeller. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; 
135141. 

Emery (Charles A.) 9983 

Foldable envelope blank. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; 
I 35212. 

Ennes (Harold E.) 9984 

Volume indicator meter. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; 
I 35199. 

Euken (Walter Julius) 9985 

Type casting machine guard. © 1 c. Sept. d, 
1944; I 35128. 

Fahlow (Carl F. E.) & Long (Lena E. L.) 

9986, 9987 
U. S. C. G. - U. S. M. C. © 1 c. each Aug. 14, 
1944; I 35155, 35156. 

Federal telephone & radio corp. 9988, 9989 

Smarty can't see the disaster parade. © Aug. 

17, 1944; K 56056. 

Watch for Smarty, he's your friend. © June 30, 

1944; K 56055. 

Fellows gear shaper co. 9990 

Limiting cross axis angle chart no. 4, Fellows 
gear shaving machine, Z-200-B. © Sept. 6, 1944; 
I 35138. 

Field (Howard) jr. 9991 

Hydraulic line loss chart. © Sept. 6, 1944; 
I 35167. 

Flory (Charles Russell) 9992 

Penny for your thoughts. Monal © Sept. 8, 
1944; K 56154. 

Fort Wayne ptg. co. 9993 

Greetings from Gary, Indiana, 13 AT 174. © Aug. 
15, 1944; K 56149. 



Fram corp. 9994-9997 

Dispstick tells the story, AH270L. - Fram oil 
filter service, AH270E. - How's your oil filter, AH- 
2701. - No engine is complete without an oil filter, 
AH270O. © Sept. 12, 1944; K 56196-56199. 

Friendship press, inc. 9998-10005 

Caring for the harvest among the Hopi Indians. 

- Flying the banners at the boys' festival in Japan. 

- Getting ready for a birthday party in Mexico. - 
Hanging the Christmas wreath in North America. - 
Making ready for Christmas in India. - Packing 
Thanksgiving baskets in Africa. - Putting up the New 
year greetings in China. - Setting dut the birds' 
Christmas feast in Norway. © July 27, 1944; K 
56076-56083. 

Fritsche (Susanne E.) 10006 

Two-in-one bottle, © 1 c.Sept. 28, 1944; I 35196. 

General motors corp. Fisher body div. 

10007-10015 

Can you improve your own job by changing the 
old method, by substituting a new one. © Sept. 5, 
1944; K 56113. 

Can you improve your ownjob by moving material 
easier, by reducing the number of handlings. ©Aug. 
28, 1944; K 56112. 

Can you improve your own job by simplifying 
your operation, by producing two or more pieces at 
once. © Aug. 21, 1944; K 56111. 

Don't hold up the show by absence. © Sept. 13, 
1944; K 56155. 

Finish fight, © July 29, 1944; K 56054. 

It's a long, tough road to victory. © July 11, 
1944; K 56053. 

Keep your car rolling imtil victory. © Aug. 10, 
1944; K 56024. ' 

Protect your eyes. © Sept. 12, 1944; K 56156. 

What is A day? © Sept. 13, 1944; K 56194. 

Goldring (Samuel S.) 10016 

I know you've been soldiering all your civil life. 
© June 20, 1944; K 56036. 

Gregorcsek (Jozsef) 10017 

Great Gregoresko. © Aug. 8, 1944; K 56153. 

Haberstroh 0ohn C.) 10018 

Beautiful Teton Mountains, Jackson Lake. ©Aiig. 
11, 1944; J 37171. 

Hackney (Winston Myron) " 10019 

Transparent plastic door with a picture panel In 
depth and color near the top of the door, 62. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1944; I 35185. 

Haddow (Laurence) 10020 

Haddow water system. © 1 c. Aug. 23, 1944; 
I 35133. 

Hale (Hugh E.) 10021, 10022 

Hale's chart of: 

Passenger miles in United States by various 
means of transportation. - Tonmiles in United States 
by various means of transportation. © Aug. 16, 
1944; I 35114, 35115. 

Halliday & Thomas. 10023-10025 

Early American photographs, groups 1-3. © 1 c. 
each May 10, 1944; J 37206-37208. 



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pt, IV, n. s„, V, 39 



Hanson (Harold Cornelius) 10026 

Tally & gen'l. service scow for New England 
fish CO. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35194. 

Hedstrom (Gustav V.) 10027 

Speedchart of compression spring critical de- 
flections. © Sept. 8, 1944; I 35137. 

Heintz (James C.) & co., inc. 10028, 10029 

Now available grade A synthetic rubber, - Now 
longer mileage treads. © Aug. 25, 1944; K 56100, 
56101. 

Hinton (Fray^gr) 10030 

Do not judge too hard. © July 26, 1944; K 56025. 

Hochman (Jules) 10031 

Pencil and instrument tray for Keuffel & Esser 
drafting machine. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; I 35168. 

House of art, 10032, 10033 

Master calls, A124. © July 20, 1944; K 56136. 
Presence, 1991. © July 5, 1944; K 56139. 

Hughes (Harold Fred) 10034, 10035 

African: 

Canoes and cocoanut palms, 5076. - Twins, 
5086. © July 27, 1944; K 56018, 56019. 

Hungerford (Cyrus C.) 10036-10039 

Don't worry! It will take years of work to patch 
me up! - Eye strain producesbad headaches. -One- 
job guy on the job every day! - Stay away from that 
mule's heels. © Aug. 22, 1944; K 56086-56089. 

Hylton (Leonard I.) 10040 

To whomsoever these presents shall come greet- 
ing. © Dec. 30, 1943; K 56109. 

Idzal (Milton M.) 10041 

Idzal bifocal demonstrator. © July 16, 1944; 
I 35174. 

Insley (W. T.) sr. 10042 

Magnetic device. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35195. 

International art pub. co., inc. 10043, 10044 

Wood (Robert): 

California desert. - Sunset, Dana Point, Cali- 
fornia. © Sept. 23, 1944; H 2779, 2780. 

International embroidery works. 10045-10049 

7442, 7447, 7451-7453. © 1 c. each Aug. 26, 
1944; I 35162-35166. 

Ivan (Gustave Ertie) 10050-10053 

Ivan: \ 

Color analysis of the eyes; 2. - Color analysis 
of the skin, 2. - Lipstick color test strip. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 28, 1944; J 37213-37215. 

Color analysis of the skin and eyes. © 1 c. 
Sept. 25, 1944; I 35190. 

Jack & Heintz, inc, 10054 

[Jack & Heintz automatic pilot and flight instru- 
ments] © Aug. 1, 1944; I 35159. 

Jakopec (George) 10055 

Home-victory bank. © 1 c. Sept. 18. 1944; 
135175. 



Light on mathematics, refresher course. 

Analytic geometry, kit 4, film 3. © Nov. 24, 
1943; J 37152. 

Five keys to mathematics, kit 1, film 1. © 
Aug. 27, 1943; J 37155. 

Plotting graphs, kit 4, film 2. © Sept. 16, 
1943; J 37153. 

Square and cube root, kit 1, film 7. © Sept. 
17, 1943; J 37154= "" 

Jonas (Antone) 10060 

Bed-cover retainer. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; 
I 35152. 

Kanosky (Albert) 10061 

Victory on the farm. © Sept. 21, 1944; J 37196. 

Keliey (Lillus A.) 10062 

Shoulder strap. © 1 c, Sept. 28, 1944; I 35207. 

Kellogg CO. 10063 

Big game hunter had a time. © July 19, 1944; 
K 56020. 



Kimball (Alfred) 

Heliplane. © Sept. 23, 1944; I 35186. 



10064 



Jam Handy organization, inc. 



10056-10059 



King features syndicate, inc. 10065, 10066 

Marie answers, Annette dreams, Z~246. - School 

bell calls, Z-245. © Sept. 11,1944; J 37203, 37204. 

Kratochvil (Anton) 10067 

Oval solar home. © Aug. 31, 1944; I 35113. 

Kunzli bros., ltd. 10068-10071 

Feldblumen. Fleurs des champs. Wild flowers, 

14001. - Fruhlingsblumen. Fleurs de printemps. 

Spring flowers, 14002. © Oct, 28, 1943; K 56105, 

56106. 

Feldblumen. Fleurs des champs. Wild flowers, 

14003. © May 24, 1944; K 56107. 

Seealpsee. Swiss mountain lake, 10022. © May 

24, 1944; K 56104. 

Le Sage (F. D.) co. 10072 

Good luck. © June 1, 1944; K 56220. 

Lindly (James W.) 10073 

Electric hammer, © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35203. 

Lipscombe (Reuben Thomas) sr. 10074, 10075 

Community farms. - Community farms housing 
plan. © i c, each Sept. 1, 1944; I 35118, 35119. 

Long Gohn E.) 10076 

Alaska. Arctic fc^, Fairbanks, 455. © 1 c. Aug. 
11, 1944; J 37211. 

Long (W. E.) CO. 10077 

America thanks you. © Aug. 11, 1944; K 56200. 

Loucks & Norili^ studios, 10078-10095 

Battle announcing equipment. Maintenance, SN- 
62 e. - Interior communication and action cut-out 
switchboards. General electric, 1 SN-62 ae, 2 SN- 
62 af, - Interior communications systems and In- 
stallations, SN-62 aj. - Torpedo firing and battle 
order equipment, submarine, SN-S2 al. - Wind 
direction and Intensity Indicating equipment, 1 SN- 
62 X, 2 SN-62 y. © i c. each Sept. 15, 1944;! 37180, 
37183, 37184, 37187, 37188, 37190, 57191. 
Periscope, mark 29: 



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10144 



Disassembly, 1 SN-1369 a. - Reassembly, 
2 SN-1369 b. - Reassembly and collimaticn, 3 SN- 
1369 c. © 1 c. each Sept. 15, 1944; J 37181, 37189, 
37192. 

Periscope, mark 32: 

Disassembly, 1 SN-1369 e, 2 SN-1369 f. - 
Reassembly and collimation, 3 SN-1369 g, 4 SN- 
1369 h. © 1 c. each Aug. 26, 1944; J 37167-37170. 
Rangefinder, mark 48: 

Disassembly, 1 SN-1368 i,2 SN-1368 j. - Re- 
assembly and collimation, 3 SN-1368 k, 4 SN-1368 1. 
© 1 c. each Sept. 15, 1944; J 37182, 37185, 37186, 
37193. 

MacCourt (Alfred G.) 10096 

Tooth brush improvement. © 1 c.Sept. 11, 1944; 
I 35142. 

McFetridge (John R.) & sons. 10097 

Republican victory ticket. © Aug, 25, 1944; K 
56075. 

McGavin (James) 10098 

Greedy old pig. © Aug. 8, 1944; K 56129. 

Maico CO., inc. 10099 

Fitting chart KMR. © Aug. 1, 1944; I 35213. 

Mallory (Edward B.) 10100-10102 

Oxidized sludge process control chart: 

Mixed liquor solids concentration demand, 2, 
4408052. - Return sludge flow demand, 1, 4408101. 
- XS sludge wasting demand, 3, 4408053. © 1 c. 
each Aug. 18, 1944; I 35125-35127. 

Markoe (Edna) 10103-10106 

Birthdaytune, 501. - Birthday wish, 500, 502, 503. 
© Sept. 5, 1944; K 56201-56204. 

Maus (Hildegard Ekstrand) 10107 

Woman's skirt length chart for determining 
skirt lengths from pictures of notable women's 
dresses. © Aug. 8, 1944; I 35122. 

Mead Johnson & CO. 10108-10110 

Admiring the new baby. © Aug. 16, 1944, K 

56115. 

All about fairies. © Sept. 13, 1944; K 56221. 
Young lady's first impressions. ® Aug. 2, 1944; 

K 56114. 

Methot (Philip Neree) 10111 

Nu-trig, © 1 c. Aug, 24, 1944; I 35179. 

Michaels (Fred) 10112 

Knife. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35208. 

Michigan united conservation clubs. 10113 

Michigan's outdoors. © Oct. 1, 1944; K 56229. 

Milford monumental granite works. 10114 

Jadziewicz cemetery monument. © 1 c. Sept. 9, 
1944; 1 35129. 

Minneapolis -Honeywell regulator co. 10115 

Solid comfort. © 1 c. Sept. 7, 1944; J 37156. 

Moody (Willard Howe) 10116 

United States war savings bond record, © Aug. 
11, 1944; K 56108. 

Moore (Harry W.) 10117 

Adjustable carrier garment for hearing -aid and 
batteries. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; I 35144. 



Murphy products co. 10118 

Power feeding with Murphy's concentrates. © 
Sept. 7, 1944; J 37202. 

Murray (Justin) 10119 

California cable. © Aug, 11, 1944; K 56058. 

National war finance committee. 10120-10122 

Heckler (Mr.) carries on. - We're all salesmeni 
- 3,000,000 satisfied customers. © 1 c. each Sept. 
7, 1944; J 37157-37159. 

New Haven. Chamber of commerce. 10123-10125 
Diversification makes metropolitan Nev/ Haven, 

Connecticut's greatest industrial center. © Ai^. 

28, 1944; K 56116. 

High spots of New Haven, © Aug. 18, 1944; K 

56084. 

Un-convention-al map of New Haven. © Aug, 28, 

1944; K 56110, 

New Mexico (State ) 10126 

New Mexico 2? tobacco tax. © Aug. 16, 1944; 
K 56085, 

Norcross. 10127-10136 

Birthday wish from your secret pal, every minute 
of the hour, every hour, 10SB423, © July 14, 1944; 
K 56184. 

Happy anniversary to you. You folks are two 
folks who sure are swell to know, 25W463. © Aug. 
25, 1944; K 56190. 

Happy birthday! It's a good thing I've got a cal- 
endar, 1 OB 1001. - Today is your birthday. In the 
midst of a busy day, 15B1020. © July 7, 1944; K 
56186, 56187. 

Hey! It's your birthday and here's sumpin for 
you, 5R1142. © June 23, 1944; K 56181. 

Now your operation's over, here's a medley of 
get well wishes, 15C475. - Swell is the word for 
you. I liked your gift more than words can tell, 
5TY200. - To a kid sister who's mighty sweet. It's 
a treat to have a kid sister, 10FB6i3. - V/hee! Your 
wedding anniversaree I Congratulations, best wishes 
too, 15W456. © Aug, 18, 1944; K 56182, 56183, 
56188, 56189. 

Wish I could run in and say hello! I bet it's at 
least a million years, 15R537. © June 30, 1944; 
K 56185. 

Omar, inc. 10137-10140 

Pursuit of happiness: 

Attack the problem, 5. - How to know people, 
2. - How to place and build people, 3. - Ounce of 
suggestion, 4. © Aug. 18, 1944; J 37147-37150, 

Osborne co. 10141 

Government by the people. © Sept. 7, 1944; K 
56227. 

Oval & Koster. 10142 

Washington pleading for democracy and warning 
against the evils of monarchial government, 1400. 
© Oct, 1, 1942; K 56213. 

Owens (M.) 10143 

Confidential chats. © June 26, 1944; K 56021, 

Palmer (John Calvin) 10144 

Theory of graphical subdivision of angles. © 1 
c. Sept. 27, 1944; I 35191. 



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Pantle (C. D.) 10145-10150 

Children who played t<^ether, 1. - Thanks for 

food, 3. © Aug. 15, 1944; K 56130, 56131. 

Children who went to see Jesus, 4. - Gifts for 

Jesus, 6. - Samuel helping, 2. - When Jesus was a 

baby, 5. © Aug. 15, 1944; K 56132-56135. 

Patriot press. 10151 

Tc^ether we serve. © Sept. 15, 1944; K 56225. 

Patti (Steve) co. 10152, 10153 

Supreme flying models: 

Pee wee, R. O. W. - Whipper snapper, R. O. 
G. © Sept. 18, 1944; I 35177, 35178. 

Pelton (Sylvester F.) 10154 

Fence and barbecue pit. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1944; 
I 35184. 

Pentagon mfg. & trading corp. 10155-10158 

Christmas puppet show. - Christmas tree ar- 
rives. - Sleigh ride. - Wooden general. © July 28, 
1944; K 56014-56017. 

Perskie (Leon A.) 10159 

Roosevelt (President) © Sept. 5, 1944; J 37195. 

Philadelphia foremen's club. 10160 

Philadelphia foremen's club. © Aug. 10, 1944; 
K 56128. 



Plummer (Edmund Gail) 

Speech tree. © July 20, 1944; K 56006. 



10161 



Providence lithc^raph co. 10162-10164 

All working together. - I was glad when they said 
unto me. - Jesus the light of the world. © Sept. 27, 
1944; K 56222-56224. 

Pullman CO. 10165-10172 

Awards are not rationed, 34. © Aug. 22, 1944; 
K 56120. 

Don't be a shrinking violet, 32. © Aug. 8, 1944; 
K 56118. 

Don't hoard ideas, 28. © July 11, 1944; K 56124. 

Early bird gets the worm, 27. © July 3, 1944; 
K 56121. 

Get wise brother, thar's gold in them suggestions, 
33. © Aug. 15, 1944; K 56119. 

Only the suggestions in the suggestion box are 
considered, 31. © Aug. 1, 1944; K 56117. 

Only you know your number, 29. ©July 18, 1944; 
K 56122. 

Suggestion winners say, it's like picking plums, 
30. © July 25, 1944; K 56123. 

Pyle (William Carroll) 10173 

Drivers training and testing field, © 1 c. Sept. 
30, 1944; I 35214. 

Quinn (Paul) 10174 

Only zero our boys can't shoot down. © Sept. 
22, 1944; K 56231. 

Reddy Kilowatt. 10175 

Plug in for a brighter Christmas. © Sept. 11, 
1944; K 56214. 

Reid (Albert T.) 10176 

Smith of New Jersey. © Sept. 14, 1944; K 56215. 

Reymiller (John L.) 10177 

E pluribus unum. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 1944; J 37210. 



Reynolds (B. S.) 10178-10180 

Washington, D. C: 

Pentagon building, 16-417, 16-418. - Pentagon 
building, river entrance, 16-419. © Aug. 26, 1944; 
J 37177-37179. 

Rigaumont (Victor A.) 10181 

Remodelling Liberty theatre. New Kensington, 
Pa., for Warner bros. theatres of Pa., 2843. © Aug. 
28, 1944; I 35160. 

St. Jude national shrine. 10182 

JudeThaddeus (Saint), 4B -HI 73. ©Aug. 19, 1944; 
K 56102. 

St, Louis national baseball club. 10183 

St. Louis Cardinals, 1944. © Sept. 1, 1944; 
J 37146. 

Schafer (William Alfonso) 10184 

Just for fun! © Aug. 28, 1944; K 56126. 

Schleicher (Carl) & Schuell co. 10185 

Relative values of retention of S fc S analytical 
filter papers. © Sept. 11, 1944; I 35153. 

Schwartz (Laszlo) 10186 

Astroluck. Signs of the zodiac. © Aug. 7, 1944; 
K 56057. 

Shaw (R. D.) 10187-10198 

Pittsburgh Landing, Tennessee: 

Confederate burial trench, Shiloh national 
military park, 3878. - Grave of Henry Burke, Shiloh 
national military park, 3875. - Illinois state monu- 
ment, Shiloh national military park, 3877. - Indian 
mound, Shiloh national military park, 3881. - Iowa 
state monument, Shiloh national military park, 3880. 
- Lc^ cabin, Shiloh national military park, 3879. - 
Michigan state monument, Shiloh national military 
park, 3871. - Putnam stump, Shiloh national military 
park, 3873. - Shiloh national military park, 3870. - 
Shiloh national military park, Arkansas monument, 
second Tennessee regiment monument, 3869. - 
Shiloh national military park, General U. S. Grant's 
headquarters, 3872. - Wisconsin state monument, 
Shiloh national military park, 3874. © Aug. 17, 
1944; K 56037-56048. 

Shuman (Louis) 10199 

Propeller holder. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35198. 

Snethun (Hans J.) 10200 

Mechanical arm and fillers. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 
1944'; I 35202. 

Southern furniture guild. 10201-10205 

Dressing tables, traditional, modern. © Aug. 

20, 1944; K 56060. 

Living room, dining room, spacing unit. © Sept. 

24, 1944; K 56217. 

Seating comfort. © Sept. 10, 1944; K 56192, 
Secretary bookcase, modern. © July 30, 1944; 

K 56059. 

Traditional, modern. © Aug. 27, 1944; K 56193. 

Spargo (Elmer O.) 10206 

Angle check tool. © 1 c. Sept. 11,1944; I 35150. 

Spencer (Eldridge T.) & Levy (Claude Meyer) 10207 
Department store, hall and ramp system. © 1 
c. Sept. 4, 1944; I 35120. 



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no. 9, 1944 



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~Steinman (Richard K.) 10208 

Off Schooner Rock, Maine; by Anton Otto Fischer. 
© July 6, 1944; H 2778. 

Sturgill (Robert) 10209 

Pen stamp. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35200. 

Swensen (Paul D.) & Forward (Robert R.) 10210 
Hydro-slex-matic. © 1 c.Sept. 28, 1944; I 35205. 

Taber (Elmer Ellsworth) 10211-10214 

Greetii^s and a letter from Iowa. - Iowa greet- 
ings, get a load of this. - Snooty greeting from Iowa. 
- That's where the tall corn grows. © July 1, 1944; 
K 56009-56012. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 10215-10221 

Greetings from: 

Canton, Illinois, 3B-H881. - Geneva, N. Y., 
on Seneca Lake, 3B-H906. - Lewistown, Illinois, 
3B-H882. - Macomb, Illinois, 3B-H883. © Feb. 14, 
1944; K 56049-56052. 

Farragut naval training station, Idaho, 3B- 
H1185. - Geiger field, Washington, 3B-H1347. © 
Jan. 26, 1944; K 56033, 56034. 

Greetings from Columbus, Georgia. © Jan. 
29, 1944; K 56035. 

TerMoat (Lawrence V.) & Murrin (Gahlbeth H.) 

10222 
Utility bar. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; I 35206. 

Thorn (Edwin W.) 10223 

Bucking hobby horse. © 1 c. Sept. 11, 1944; 
135143. 

Timken roller bearing co. 10224, 10225 

Chennault (General) asks your support. © Aug. 

23, 1944; K 56191. 

Stark (Admiral) says every branch of the service 

needs your help. © Aug. 2, 1944; K 56005. 

Vanderhooft 0ohn Jacob) 10226,10227 

Plug in board for radio and electronic devices 
eliminating soldering. - Projecting color pictures 
from black and white films and prints. © 1 c. each 
Sept. 16, 1944; I 35169, 35170. 



Vernon-Benshoff co. 10228 

Vernon -Benshoff dental patient education chart, 
plate 3. © Sept. 8, 1944; I 35131. 

Vocafilm corp. 10229-10234 

Ammunition: 

3"/50 cal. ammunition, SN-1807i. - 5"/ 38 
cal. ammunition, SN-1807J. - 20 mm anti-aircraft 
ammunition, navy, SN-1807g. - 40 mm ammunition, 
SN-1807h. © 1 c. each Sept. 8, 1944; J 37161, 37162, 
37164, 37165. 

Battery alignment. Alignment of sights with gun 
and mount, SN-1808c. - Power drive, mark 2. 
Alignment of mount with a director, SN-1802g. © 
1 c. each Sept. 8, 1944; J 37163, 37166. 



Vroman (H. E.) 

On guard. © Sept. 18, 1943; J 37205. 



10235 



Wacek (Anton J.) 10236 

Multiplex mechanism. © 1 c. Sept. 28, 1944; 
I 35209. 



Weber (Frank Joseph) 

God man. © Jan. 15, 1944; J 37209. 



10237 



Werner (Gustave Herman) 10238 

Lazy does it. © 1 c. Sept. 22, 1944; J 37212. 

Whitman (Harry M.) . 10239 

Greetings from Ridgecrest Baptist assembly, 
5025. © July 28, 1944; K 56152. 

Willems (Henry J.) 10240 

From Santa Claus' helper. Santa Claus mail. © 
Sept. 15, 1944, K 56195. 

Wright (Kenneth M.) 10241-10252 

By the Falls of Minnehaha, Longfellow. - Dawn 
on the St. Croix. - Itasca (Lake) source of the 
Mississippi. - Lester River, Duluth. - Lone Pine 
Island, Lake of the Woods. - Maroon and gold. - 
Minneopa Falls, Minneopa state park. - North shore. 
Lake Superior. - Silver Creek Cliff, North Shore 
drive. - Split Rock lighthouse, North shore. - Sugar 
Loaf, Lake Winona. - Wave washed boulders, Mille 
Lacs. © July 10, 1944; K 56063-56074. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including one-copy entries) 158 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific ar technical character (including 1,228 one -copy 

entries) — -- 1,524 

Photographs (including 600 one-copy entries) 1,001 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 110 contributions to periodicals and other 

one -copy entries) '■ 1,908 

Total--- r- - - — -- 4,591 



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UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[10252 



American bank note co. 




1-11 


Oil wells, no. 1. C-1526. R 131570, Aug. 


7, 1944. 


C. B. C. 


V-1. R 131567, Aug. 7, 


1944. 




Protection. C-1525. R 131569, Aug. 7, 


1944. 


C. B. C. 


V-2. R 131568, Aug. 7, 


1944. 




Railroad terminal. C-1527. R 131571, 


Aug. 7, 


C-1495. 


R 131563, Aug. 7, 1944. 






1944. 




C-1496. 


R 131564, Aug. 7, 1944. 






Shipping, no. 4. C-1512. R 131566, Av^. 


7, 1944. 


C-1505. 


R 131565, Aug. 7, 1944. 






Transportation. C-1528. R 131572, Aug. 


7, 1944. 


C-1535. 


R 131573, Aug. 7, 1944. 






© Amer. bank note co., New York. 





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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, III. 10253 

Vitamin primer. For Abbott vitamin products. 
© Aug. 8, 1944; KK 27035. 

Acme chemical co., Milwaukee. 10254 

Infection control by the klomine method. For 
disinfectant cleanser. © Aug. 17, 1944; KK 27262. 

AIlis=Chalmers mfg. co., Milwaukee. 10255-10261 

AUiiS-Chalmers centrifugal fire pumps, B6336. 
For fire pumps. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 27116. 

Allis-Chalmers dry-type transformers with new, 
induced cooling, B6334. For transformers. © July 
8, 1944; KK 27115. 

Allis-Chalmers subway distribution transform- 
ers withstand complete water submersion, 36333. 
For distribution transformers. © Aug. 15, 1944; 
KK 27117. 

For motor starters: 

Parts list J tjrpe S, across=the-line magnetic 
motor starters. Size no. 1, X5141. © Aug. 15, 
1944; KK 27119. 

Parts list, type S, across- the- line magnetic 
motor starters. Size no. 2, X5142. © Aug. 15, 
1944; KK 27118. 

New end-tensioned deck maintains even bed 
depth, B 6321 A. For new principle of tensioning 
screen surface. © July 8, 1944; KK 27113. 

Portable transformer cooling fans, B6324. For 
cooling fans. © July 8, 1944; KK 27114. 

American coal burner co., Chicago. 10262 

Save coaL. For spreader stoker. © July 1, 1944; 
KK 26751. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 10263, 10264 

For transportation equipment: 

Engine failure in India, 113-94. © Aug. 26, 
1944; KK 26881. 

Rails' two-ocean navy, 113-92-9500. © Aug. 
12, 1944; KK 26782. 

American safety razor Corp., Brooklyn. 10265 

He says they're giving him better parts. For 
razors & blades. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27158. 

American stove co., Cleveland. 10266 

When shore leaves are permanent, honey. For 
gas range. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 27012. 

American tobacco co.. New York. 10267 

Yes, sir, that's fine tobacco. L. S. M. F. T. For 
cigarettes. © Aug. 26, 1944; KK 27163. 

American viscose corp.. New York. 10268 

In a crown tested rayon fabric. For rayon. © 
Jan. 28, 1944; KK 26739, 

Andrew co., Chicago. 10269 

Andrew dry air pumps. For dry air pumps. © 
July 2, 1944, KK 27226. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 10270 

More came out of that old lunch paiL Bread. For 
yeast. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26996. 



Armour & co., Chicago. 10271-10278 

For meat: 

America's best-tasting bacon makes this 
favorite supper. © Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26924. 

Another hearty dinner. © July 19, 1944; KK 
26919. 

Armour's star ham brings extra goodness to 
thrifty meals. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26922. 

Quick, cool meals with Armour's star ready- 
to-eat meats. © July 26, 1944; KK 26920. 

Treet gives new goodness to luick and easy 
meals. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26923. 

Treet is the meat. © July 7, 1944; KK 26918. 

Watch your family go for these. © July 31, 
1944; KK 26921. 

Mothers, are your pencils handy? For beef ex- 
tract. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 26925. 

Atlas powder co., Wilmington, DeL 10279 

Ghost-chaser helps save lives. For chemicals 
& explosives. © Aug. 5, 1944; KK 26890. 

Austenal laboratories, inc., Chicago. 10280 

Controlling colostomies, series 2, no. 4. For 

dental & surgical device. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27084. 

Avon products, inc.. New York, 10281 

She married an envoy of love. Featuring Priscilla 

Alden. For cosmetics. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27090. 

Bav,drdi imports, inc., New York. 10282-10284 

For rum: 

Esplendido. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 27240. 
Magnifico. © Sept. 26, 1944; KK 27249. 
Perfeccion. © Sept. 26, 1944; KK 27250. 

Baldwin locomotive works, Philadelphia. 10285 

Sonntag 2000 lbs. universal fatigue testing ma- 
chine model SF-IU. For universal fatigue testing 
machine. © Sept. 5, 1944; igc 26884. 

Barclay (James) & co., ltd., Peoria, IIL 10286 

Electronics opens the door to a new world! For 
whiskey. © July 28, 1944; KK 26871. 

Bendix aviation corp., Teterboro, N. J. 

10287-10290 
For aircraft instruments: 

Service bulletin. Adjustment of inverter for 
increased- load operation, type; 12115. © Aug. 21, 
1944; KK 26856. 

Service bulletin. Replacement of condensers 
at overhaul of gyro flux gate compass transmitters, 
type: 12002-1-A. © Aug. 21, 1944; KK 26858, 

Service bulletin. Use matched orifice and in- 
let valve assembly in demand oxygen regulators, 
types: 2850-Al, A2, Bl, 2851-Al, A-10. ©Aug. 26, 
1944; KK 26859. 

Tools & fixtures. Used in servicing 400- cycle 
inverters, types: 12115-A, 12117-A, B. © Aug. 21, 
1944; KK 26857. 



Berg (Anthony) Milwaukee. 

"Tony pony. For beverages. 
KK 27293. 



© 



10291 
Sept. 21, 1944; 



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Berkshire knitting mills, Reading, Pa. 10292-10294 
For hosiery: 

Berkshire pet colors, fall, 1944. © July 29, 
1944; KK 27081. 

Stocking colors, fall, 1944. © July 29, 1944; 
KK 27196. 

Longer life for your stockings. For stockings. 
© Aug. 22, 1944; KK 27186, 

Best & CO., inc.. New York. 10295-10350 

Arnold authentics, famous for long wearing good 
looks. For women's shoes, © Sept. 15, 1944; 
KK 27165. 

At Best's sapphire beautiful rayons. Foi" stock- 
ings. © Aug. 30, 1944; KK 26834. 

Best's exclusive Nada robe. For robe. © Sept. 
13, 1944; KK 27027. 

Best's has a bonny collection of bright plaids. 
For girl's coat, hat, dress, skirt & jacket. © Aug. 
24, 1944; KK 26778. 

Best's has the big favorites for boys. For boy's 
suits & coats, © Aug. 27, 1944; KK 26827. 

Best's young Lewispun tweeds. For girls* coats. 
© Sept. 3, 1944; KK 26975, 

British wool good Glen Urquhart plaid. For 
misses suit. © Aug, 23, 1944; KK 26775, 

Broadcloth beauties. For hand bags. © Sept. 
20, 1944; KK 27149. 

Campus corduroys, sturdy, good-looking. For 
jumper, jacket, skirt. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 26837. 

City suit-dresses. New for fall in rayon faille. 
For misses dresses. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 26769. 

College gals love these good wool sweaters. For 
sweaters, © Sept, 8, 1944; KK 26981, 

Edwardian braid on a new town coat. For coat, 
© Sept. 8, 1944; KK 26982, 

Eton suits in good sturdy wools. For boy's suits. 
© Aug, 29, 1944; KK 26830. 

Fall flowers. For misses hats. © Aug. 24, 1944; 
KK 26777. 

Fine feathers. Encore! Our wool shirtmaker. 
For feather hats & dress. © Sept, 22, 1944; KK 
27142. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar cotton 
corduroy jumper. For little girls jumper and 
blouse, © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27025. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. D & J 
Anderson gingham. For girl's dress, © Aug. 22, 
1944; KK 26770. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar pretty * 
plaid. For little girls' plaid dress. ® Aug. 29, 
1944; KK 26831. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar Robe-n- 
hood. For baby's bunting. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 
27139. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar smart 
little Eton suit. For little boys suit, © Sept. 6, 
1944; KK 26977. 

Gay wools in demand for young cosmopolitans. 
For junior dresses. © Sept. 22, 1944; KK 27143. 

Girls like their school shoes smart and sturdy. 
For girls' shoes. © Aug. 23, 1944; KK 26776. 

Girls like their school shoes smart and sturdy. 
Short and boxy wonderful young school coat. For 
girls' short coat, girls' shoes. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
26838. 

Grood gray flannels. For jackets, skirts, blouse, 
slacks, sweaters. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 26835. 

Good suits prized standby of young cosmopolitans. 
For misses suits. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27138. 

Growing vogue for the one-piece wool. For 
dresses. © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27024. 

Handwoven tweed imported from Britain, For 
suit & coat. © Sept, 5, 1944. KK 26976, 



Harlequin top on a date dress for young cosmo- 
politans. For drefes. © Sept, 7, 1944; KK 26979, 

Hoorah for Best's good casual clothes. Young 
version of Best's stormy weather coat. For skirts, 
jackets, slacks, blouses, coat. © Sept, 14, 1944; 
KK 27166, 

In demand, the Cannes beret. For beret, © Sept. 
8, 1944; KK 26983. 

Indispensable for college, wool flannel robe. Good 
wool tweeds from Best's, College classics. For 
flannel robes, boy's suits & ladies coats. © Aug. 
23, 1944; KK 26772. 

Lewispun tweed worn and loved by tens of thou- 
sands of well-dressed Americans. For suits & 
coats. © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27023. 

Little mixers for three-to-sixers from Best's 
Liliputian bazaar. For little girls. © Aug. 23, 1944; 
KK 26773. 

Nada Lewispun go-everywhere coat. Tucked and 
tailored fall blouses. Good mixers. Best's teen 
separates. For blouses, coat teen age separates. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26840, 

New fall dresses for *young cosmopolitans' to 
take to college. For teen age dresses. © Aug, 24, 
1944; KK 26779. 

New young edition of the short dinner dress. 
Polo coat. For short evening dress. Polo coat. © 
Aug. 29, 1944j KK 26829. 

Now, corde hats too! For corde hats. © Sept. 
8, 1944; KK 26985. 

Penny hats. Date dresses for young cosmopoli- 
tans. For hats & misses dress, ©Sept. 14, 1944; 
KK 27168, 

Petticoat ruffles for young cosmopolitans. - 
Strictly super. Best's jackets 'n' slacks. For misses 
dress, boy's jackets & slacks, © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
26839. 

School-girl favorites from Best's. For girls 
dresses, © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27137. 

School-girl favorites sturdy oxfords, Boxlav by 
the nmkers of kislav. For girl's shoes & gloves. 
© Sept, 8, 1944; KK 26984, 

School-girl hits sweaters and skirts. For girls 
skirt & sweater. © Sept. 13, 1944; KK 27026. 

Snowsuit hit with wool pile lining. For boys 
snowsuit. © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27167. 

Snug snowsuits from Best's Liliputian bazaar. 
For children's snowsuits. © Sept. 17, 1944; KK 
27136. 

Soft suit-dress major fashion for fall. For suit- 
dress, © Aug, 29, 1944; KK 26832, 

Softer suit-dress, major fashion for fall, '44. 
For suit-dresses. © Aug. 27, 1944; KK 26828. 

Suit- mates, the new softer feeling infall blouses. 
Simple and smart, the shoes girls want for school. 
For blouses & girls shoes. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 
27169. 

Suits for school. Nicely tailored wools in top 
demand with college-bound young cosmopolitans.^ 
For girls suits. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 26986. 

Tops for warmth, wear, good looks. For boys 
winter jackets. © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 26980. 

Town suedes. For women's shoes. © Aug. 30, 
1944; KK 26833, 

Tweed reefer with removing lining. For boy's 
coat, © Aug, 23, 1944; KK 26774, 

Untrimmed town coat in wool suede. For misses 
coat, © Aug, 22, 1944; KK 26771. 

Wool gabardine famous shirtmaker. For dress. 
© Sept, 7, 1944; KK 26978, 

Wool suede. For coats. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 
26836« • __ • 1 > 

Year 'round school hits from Best s. For girls 

coats & dresses. © Sept. 17, 1944; KK 27135. 



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10398 



Young short coats with 'possum. For misses 
coats. © Sept. 21, 1944; KK 27141, 

Bigelow-Sanford carpet co., inc., Thompsonville, 
Conn. 10351 

Peace plans for two. For pile fabric floor cover- 
ing. © Ai^. 15, 1944; KK 26867. 

Blatz brewing co., Milwaukee. 10352 

Blatz beer satisfying good taste. For beer. © 
Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27045. 

Blue bell, inc., New York. 10353-10358 

For overalls & other work clothes: 

Old friends: Printer's ink and Blue bells. ® 
June 8, 1944; KK 26762. 

Planes, it takes work clothes to make 'em, 
war clothes to fly 'em, and war bonds to buy 'em I 
© June 29, 1944; KK 26765. 

Ships, it takes work clothes to make 'em, 
war clothes to sail 'em, and war bonds to buy 'em! 
© June 15, 1944; KK 26763. 

T. N. T. for Tokyo, 100 bushels to the acre. 
© June 22, 1944; KK 26764, 

Why do they say: Better work in Blue bells? 
© May 25, 1944; KK 26761. 

Wood is a mighty weapon of war. © May 11, 
1944; KK 26760. 

Bon Ami co,, New York. 10359 

It's just good sense to use a cleanser that doesn't 

scratchl For cleanser. © June 9, 1944; KK 27047. 

Bonne bell, inc., Lakewood, O. 10360-10363 

For face cream: 

Desirable after thirty, urgent after forty. © 
Sept. 6, 1944; KK 27175. 

Uesirable after thirty, urgent after forty. © 
Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27176. 

uesirable after thirty, urgent after forty! © 
Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27177. 

Plus 30 cream. © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27083, 

Bonns (Edward) Memphis, Tenn. 10364 

DLxieburger. Uixiewiener. For ground meat, 
fried, on buns & as sausage in rolls. © Sept. 18, 
1944; KK 27069, 

Borden co.. New York, 10365-10368 

Don't forget the time and station. Fannie Hurst 

presents. For malted milk. © June 15, 1944; KK 

27231, 

For sweet milk & chocolate milk: 

Hello there, boys and girls, © July 30, 1944; 

KK 27230. 

Hey, youngsters, have you seen your milk 

bar, © July 30, 1944; KK 27229. 

See what we've got for you. For dairy products. 

© Mar. 17, 1944; KK 27085. 

Botany worsted mills, Passaic, N, J. 10369-10385 
For fabrics: 

Botany. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27092. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. 
© Sept. 13, 1944; KK 27040. 

For fabrics, clothing, yarns & cosmetics: 

Botany. The younger set takes to Botany! © 
Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27159. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. © 
Aug. 26, 1944; KK 26742. 

Botany launches a new season in color. © 
Aug. 29, 1944; KK 26781. 

Bright, beautiful Botany Marchan. © Aug, 
29, 1944; KK 26741. 



For knitting 3rarn: 

Botany no-dye- lot yarns. © Sept. 19, 1944; 
KK 27279. 

Botany offers you this unique knitting plan. 
© Sept. 6, 1944; KK 27282. 

Botany offers you this unique knitting plan. 
© Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27160. 
For men's clothing: 

Botany 500 tailored by Daroff. © Sept. 13, 
1944; KK 27011. 

Botany 500 tailored by Daroff. © Sept. 22, 
1944; KK 27203. 
For neckties: 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties. © Sept. 3, 1944; 
KK 46889. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties. © Sept. 27, 1944; 
KK 27281. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties go with whatever 
you wear. © Sept. 8, 1943; KK 27276. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties spring back to 
fresh newness overnight. © Sept, 10, 1943; KK 
27277. 

For women's, clothing: 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. ® 
Sept. 7, 1944; KK 27278. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. © 
Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27280. 

Brasco mfg. co., Harvey, III. 10386 

Brasco modern store fronts. For store fronts. 
© Sept. 11, 1944; KK 27291. 

Briggs mfg. co., Detroit. 10387 

If it's Briggs it has these essential features. 
For plumbingware. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27130. 

California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles, 

10388-10391 
For oranges: 

Big buy in oranges, LA-3677. June 27, 1944; 
KK 26745. 

Girl's best friend is her doctor, LA-3655-R. 
© Aug. 2, 1944; KK 26747, 

Vitamin C is needed each day, LA-3637. © 
July 10, 1944; KK 26746. 

Helen is a marvelous cook, LA-3635-A. For 
sunkist oranges. © July 9, 1944; KK 27126. 

Celanese corp. of America, New York. 

10392-10394 
Chemical industry's great asset, the question 
mark. For Celanese textiles, plastics & chemicals. 
© Sept. 18, 1944; KK 27150. 

For Celanese textiles, plastics, chemicals: 
Synthetics, industry's no. 1 material to speed 
reconversion. © Sept. 4, 1944; KK 26908. 

Will snythetics lead the industrial upswing 
this time? © Aug. 7, 1944; KK 26909. 

Chicago coal merchants assn., Chicago. 

10395-10397 
For coal: 

Arthur, are you sure you fixed that hole in the 
roof? © Aug. 8, 1944; KK 26933. 

I have a strange feeling I've forgotten some- 
thing! © Aug, 7, 1944; KK 26932, 

I hear there are some tricky water holes 
around here. © Aug. 7, 1944; KK 26931, 

Chicopee mfg, corp,, New York. 10398 

Tested in war, ready for peace. For plastic 
screen cloth. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 27063. 



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Chiropody supply headquarters, inc., Chicago. 

10399 
Price list and size chart. For formaplastic 
molding blanks & pre=formed appliances. © Aug. 
1, 1944; KK 27086. 

Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 10400-10407 

For hair tints: 

Are you a slave to gray hair? © Mar. 26, 
1943; KK 26811. 

Clairol the original shampoo tint. Clairol 
cleanses and color-conditions streaked faded hair. 
© Mar. 30, 1943; KK 26812. 

Forgotten! Because your hair is gray? © 
Mar. 12, 1943; KK 26810. 

I patronize the shop that features ClairoU © 
June 29, 1944; KK 27104, 

I trust the shop that features Clairol. © July 
31, 1944; KK 26733. 

I'm loyal to the shop that features Clairol. 
© Aug. 31, 1944; KK 27120. 

Stop that lie gray hair tells about your age. 
© Jan. 29, 1943; KK 26809. 

We proudly present the revolutionary Joan Clair 
cold wave. For permanent wave lotions & acces- 
sories. © Sept. 11, 1944; KK 27201. 

Clark grave vault co., Columbus, O. 10408 

It seems, now, like you were home all the time, 

daddy. For grave vaults. © Sept, 1, 1944; KK 27273. 

Clorox chemical co., Oakland, Calif. 10409-10413 
For household bleach & disinfectant: 

Clorox-clean refrigerators help, reduce food 
spoilage, protect family health! © June 29, 1944; 
KK 26863. 

Clorox-clean refrigerators help, reduce food 
spoilage, protect family health. © July 28, 1944; 
KK 26864. 

Clorox line is snowy-white, showy -white, 
sanitary, too! © June 24, 1944; KK 26881. 

Housewives welcome Clorox in 1/2 gallon 
size, for greater economy and convenience! © June 
26, 1944; KK 26862. 

In the spotlight of popular demand, Clorox in 
the half -gallon size! © June 19, 1944; KK 26860. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 10414 

Great outdoors. For beer. © Aug. 31, 1944; 
KK 27019. 

Coca»cola co., Wilmington, Del, 10415-10462 

For soft drink: 

A bebida que todos conhecem. Hand holding 
bottle. © June 15, 1943; KK 26711. 

La bebida que todos conocen. Hand holding 
bottle, © June 15, 1943; KK 26710. 

Benvinda, a pausa que refresca. Sprite tip- 
ping cap, © May 15, 1943; KK 26708. 

Bienvenido, el momento que refresca. Sprite 
tipping cap. © May 15, 1943; KK 26709. 

Como refresca! Bathing girU © July 15, 
1943; KK 26713. 

O convite universal. Panama canal. © Sept. 
15, 1944; KK 26995. 

O convite universal. Tome uma Coca-cola! 
Cathedral at Bogota, Colombia. © July 15, 1944; 
KK 26826. 

O convite universal. Tome uma Coca-cola. 
Cuba. © Feb. 15, 1944; KK 26819. 

O convite universal. Tome uma Coca-cola. 
Flower vendors in Carcas, Venezuela, © Apr. 15, 
1944. KK 26821. 



O convite universal. Tome uma Coca- cola. 
Winter scene in Chile. © June 15, 1944; KK 26823. 

O convite universal. Tomemos uma Coca- 
cola. Rio de Janeiro. © Jan. 15, 1944; KK 26817. 

Una costumbre agradable. Three girls at 
table. © Dec. 15, 1943; KK 26816. 

Um costume agradaveU Three girls at table. 
© Dec. 15, 1943; KK 26815. 

Le encantara su delicioso sabor. Sprite 
pointing to si^n. © Sept. 15, 1943; KK 26717, 

Gostara imensamente do seu delicioso sabor. 
Sprite pointing to sign. © Sept. 15, 1943; 26716. 

Got a minute for a coke? Soldier greeting 
girU © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27080, 

Have a Coca- cola s come on over. Teen-age 
party. © June 6, 1944; KK 27074. 

Have a Coca-cola - ^como le va? How goes 
it? Puerto Rico. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 27076. 

Have a Coca-cola s let's go places. Picnic 
away from home. © Sept. 5, 1944; KK 27077, 

Have a Coca-cola s let's go places. Picnic 
away from home. © Sept. 6, 1944; KK 27078. 

Have a Coca-cola s. let's work refreshed. 
Girl on tractor. © Aug, 23, 1944; KK 26991. 

Have a Coca-cola = let's work refreshed. 
Girl on tractor. © Aug. 24, 1944; KK 26992. 

Have a Coca-cola « well done, lads. White- 
washing fence, © Ai^. 8, 1944; KK 26848. 

Have a Coca-cola s you're my kind. West 
coast drugstore. © Sept, 7, 1944; KK 27079. 

Have a coke s alolaa no. Welcome, friend. 
Hawaii no. 1. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 26994. 

Have a coke = come stay with us! Curacao. 
© Aug. 17, 1944; KK 26990, 

Have a coke x how. are things goln'? New- 
foundland no. 2. © July 4, 1944; KK 27075 

Have a coke = meet a new friend. Soldier and 
pet. © Jan. 26, 1944; KK 27073. 

Have a coke s soldier, refresh yourself. Post 
exchange, © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 26851. 

Have a coke s tudo vai bem. Everything's 
swelU Brazil no, 5. © Ai^, 30, 1944; KK 26993. 

Have a coke = welcome back. Grass skirt. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26849. 

Have a coke' = welcome back. Grass skirt. 
Aug. 16, 1944; KK 26850. 

Have a coke = what's the hurry? Turtle race. 
© July 31, 1944; KK 26847. 

La invitacion universal. Cathedral at Bogota, 
Colombia. © July^ 15, 1944; KK 26825. 

La invitacion universal. Cuba. © Feb. 15, 
1944; KK 26820. 

La invitacion universal. Flower vendors in 
Carcas, Venezuela. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 26822. 

La invitacion universal, Panama canal. © 
Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26989. 

La invitacion universal. Rio de Janeiro. © 
Jan, 15, 1944; KK 26818, 

La invitacion universal. Winter scene in 
Chile. © June 15, 1944; KK 26824. 

Ola! Sabe quem sou? Sprite and bottle. © 
Apr, 15, 1943; KK 26706. 

iQue deliciosa y que refrescante! Girl and 
bottle. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 26718. 

Que tal! Sabe quien soy? Sprite and bottle. 
© Apr. 15, 1943; KK 26707. 

Refresco sem igual, pureza incomparavel! 
Boy drinking from bottle. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 
26721. 

El refresco sin igual, pureza incomparable. 
Boy drinking from bottle. © Nov. 15, 1943; KK 
26720. 



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Su calidad es digna de confianza. GLrl drink- 
ing from bottle. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 26715. 

Sua qualidade e digna de confianca. Girl 
drinking from bottle. © Aug. 15, 1943; KK 26714. 

Tan refrescantel Bathing girl. © July 15, 
1943; KK 26712. 

Tio deliciosa, tlo refrescantel Girl and 
bottle, © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 26719. 

Cochrane corp.v Philadelphia. 10463 

Cochrane decarbonators. For decarbonators. 
© Sept. 6, 1944; KK 27051. 

Cole of California, inc., Los Angeles. 10464 

What kind of figures appeal to you? LA-8. For 

swim suits & play suits. © Sept. 6, 1944; KK 27131. 

Columbia pictures Corp., New York. 10465 

Cowboy from Lonesome River. For stills, 
posters, window cards, lobby display cards, slides 
& mats. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 27087. 

Complete outfit co.. New York. 10466 

Coming event in fashion. For fur hats & bags. 
© July 20, 1944; KK 27194. 

Conklin pen co., Chicago. 10467 

Names that endure. Benjamin Franklin, states- 
man, philosopher, scientist. Conklin, the pen that 
endures for generations. For fountain pens. © 
Sept. 3, 1944; KK 26880. 

Coty, inc., New York. 10468, 10469 

For perfume: 

Emeraude, the jewel fragrance. © Sept, 12, 
1944; KK 27009. 

L'origan for your golden moments. © Sept. 
19, 1944; KK 27088. 

Cresta Blanca wine co., LosAngeles. 10470, 10471 
For wines: 

How old is a wine drinker? © July 25, 1944; 
KK 27145. 

Message of great importance. © June 30, 
1944; KK 26766. 

Cudahy packing CO., Chicago. 10472 

Ham with the favored flavor. For Puritan ham. © 
Aug. 6, 1944; KK 27046. 

Curtlss -Wright corp., New York. 10473, 10474 

For airplanes: 

G. I. miracle. © Aug. 1, 1944, KK 27048. 
Message from Mars. © Apr. 15, 1944; KK 
26929. 

Cutler-Hammer, inc., Milwaukee. 10475 

To save time, manpower, space, today and to- 
morrow. For electrical control. © July 20, 1944; 
KK 26930. 

Darling valve & mfg. co.,Williamsport,Pa. 10476 
Darcova. For valves & valve fittings. © July 
15, 1944; KK 26754. 

DeSanno (A. P.) & son, inc., Phoenixville, Pa. 

10477 
Cool. For cut-off machines & discs. © Aug. 17, 
1944; KK 26807. 

Dick (A, B.) CO., Chicago. 10478-10484 

For stencil duplicators & supplies; 

Easy way to produce contract termination 
inventory schedules. ©Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26672. 



Easy way to produce contract termination 
inventory schedules. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27133, 

How to type a stencil. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
27134, 

Now is the time. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 27224. 

Post-war markets. © Ai^. 28, 1944; KK 
26757. 

Simple method of handling contract termination 
paper work. © Sept. 16, 1944; KK 27225. 

Traffic center. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 26756. 

Dodge mSg. corp.,Mishawaka, Ind. 10485-10488 

For transmissioneered power equipment: 

Put the Dodge transmissloneer on your staff. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27234. 

Transmissioneered for 30,000 hours of trouble- 
free service. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27233, 

Transmlssloneering delivers more power. 
© July 22, 1944; KK 27232. 

When your factory whistles shout victory. © 
Sept. 9, 1944; KK 27235. 

Drackett co., Cincinnati, 10489-10491 

Drano banishes sewer germs! For powder to 
clean all household pipes & drains. © Apr, 18, 
1944; KK 26700. 

For liquid to clean window panes: 

Hubby coming? © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 26698. 
Hurry, scurry, but don't worry! © May 19, 
1944; KK 26699. 

DuMont (Allen B.) laboratories, inc.. New York. 

10492-10497 
For electronic & precision Instruments: 

Alec in Wonderland. © July 16, 1944; KK 
27096. 

What should a television station cost? © 
July 15, 1944; KK 26913. 

For precision instruments & electronics: 

First clear picture of television profits. © 
Aug. 21, 1944; KK 27162. 

S + S = $. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26914. 
What will I see on my television screen? © 
Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27161. 

Uniform machinability of metal stock for, such 
pieces insured in 100 ^e non-destructive inspection 
by the DuMont cyclograph. For DuMont cyclograph. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26874. 

Durham mfg. corp., Muncle, Ind. 10498, 10499 

For metal furniture: 

Down to the last stick of furniture. © Sept. 
11, 1944; KK 27072. 

Pin-up girl. © Aug. 28, 1944; KK 26866. 

Durkee-Mower, Inc., Lynn, Mass. 10500 

Little folks yell, they know it's swell. For marsh- 
mallow fluff & sweeco. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26784. 

Duro test corp., North Bergen, N. J. 10501, 10502 
Duro test pioneers again! For fluorescent lamps. 
© Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27100. 

For dependable lighting service. For incandes- 
cent fluorescent lamps. © July 22, 1944; KK 27099. 

Eicor, inc., Chicago. 10503 

Isometric cut-away view of an Elcor dynamotor. 
For dynamotor. © July 2, 1944; KK 27000. 

Ethyl Corp., New York. 10504-10506 

For gasoline: 

More and more Ethyl Is going overseas. "© 
Aug. 2, 1944; KK 27146. 



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U. S. aircraft carriers. © Sept, 6, 1944; 
KK 27148. 

What is your G. I. Q, ? © Sept. 5, 1944; KK 
27147. 

Ferguson (Harry) inc., Dearborn, Mich. 10507 

Great manpower saver. For hydraulic loader. 
© July 18, 1944; KK 26785. 

Firestone tire & rubber co., Akron, O. 10508 

Firestone spring and summer extra values. For 
home & auto supplies. © May 3, 1943; KK 27093. 

Fischer & co., inc., New York. 10509 

Pride of the bride. For lingerie. © Aug. 11, 
1944; KK 26786, 

Fischer & Porter co., Hatboro, Pa. 10510, 10511 
For flow indicating, recording & controlling 
meters: 

Rotameter' chart of recommendations. © 
Aug, 31, 1944; KK 27189. 

Rotameter flow indicating, recording and 
controlling meters. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 27188, 

Fram corp., East Providence, R. I. 10512-10526 
For cartridges: 

Fram cartridge makes any filter better, form 
AH270P. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27260. 

Fram famous chemically treated cartridges, 
formAH270D. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27217. 
For filters: 

Every car needs a Fram filter, f or m A H2 7 OK. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27222. 

Fram filters have replaceable cartridges, 
formAH270F. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27223. 

Fram is the enemy of dust, sludge and grit, 
form AH270N. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27257. 

Fram keeps oil clean, form AH270H. © Sept. 
12, 1944; KK 27220. 

Fram MP. Fall checkup, form AH269. © 
Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27261. 

Fram MP. Motor protector, form AH270C. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27218. 

*Fram means longer engine life, form AH270G. 
© Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27219. 

Fram oil & motor cleaners, form AH270Q. For 
oil & motor cleaners. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27216. 

Fram protects your motor, form AH270R. © 
Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27^15. 

Fram saves money, form AH270B. © Sept. 
12, 1944; KK 27214. 

Fram saves wear, form AH270A. © Sept. 12, 
1944; KK 27258. 

Fram sold on a money-back guarantee, form 
AH270J. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27221. 

Genuine Fram replacement cartridges, form 
AH270M. For replacement cartridges. © Sept. 12, 
1944; KK 27259. 

Gaines food co., inc., Sherburne, New York. 10527 
To nourish every inch of your dog. For dog food. 
© Sept. 25, 1944; KK 27255. 

General ceramics co., Keasbey, N. J. 10528 

Conical flanged pipe & fittings. For conical 

flanged pipe & fittings. © July 31, 1944; KK 26904. 

General distilleries corp., Boston. 10529 

Old St. Croix. For rum, © May 1, 1944; KK 
27180. 



General electric co. See American locomotive co. 

General foods corp., New York. 10530, 10531 

Perfected quick cakes with these mix-easy rec- 
ipes. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27263. 

Tomatoes 'n spice 'n everything nice. For cat- 
sup. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27200. 

Gorham co,, Providence. 10532, 10533 

For sterling silver: 

Desire for sterling reported keen. © Sept. 
11, 1944; KK 27201. 

I do. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26723, 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 10534-10537 

Diamond wedding rings. For diamond wedding 

rings. © Sept. 24, 1944; KK 27296. 
For diamond rings: 

Georgian matchmates. © Aug. 27, 1944; KK 

26974. 

Solitaires by Granat. © Sept. 17, 1944; KK 

27102. 

Men's wedding rings. For wedding rings. © 

Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27022. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd., New York. 10538 

Darling, it's the smoothest, dingiest, non-caking- 
est powder 1 For cosmetics. © Sept. 5, 1944; KK 
26917. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co.. New York. 

10539, 10540 

It's time to turn to A & P. For groceries. © 
July 18, 1944; KK 26883. 

You have a date! For bread. © July 16, 1944; 
KK 26882. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 10541, 10542 

For watches: 

Gruen's trademark. Precision. © July 28, 
1944; KK 27049. 

To the friends we started making 70 years ago. 
© Aug. 29, 1944; KK 27050. 

Hagopian (Charles H.) New York. 10543 

Deluxe clay modeling kit. For clay modeling 
kit. © July 28, 1944; KK 27290. 

Hanley (James) co., Providence. 10544, 10545 

For ale: 

There's no such animal! © Sept. 12, 1944; 
KK 27010. 

You can say that again! © Aug, 28, 1944; KK 
26783. 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc., Little Falls, N. Y. 

10546, 10547 

From plain milk that folks may shun, you can 
make desserts real fun. For rennet powder. © 
Dec. 5, 1943; KK 27089. 

Recipes for making ice creams =- sherbets - 
rennet-custards - cottage cheese with junket rennet 
tablets. For rennet tablets. © June 26, 1944; 
KK 26845. 

Harris (B. F.) & son, Mt. Pleasant, la. 10548 

Instructions to be used in breaking coon hounds. 

For animal compound. © Mar, 1, 1944; KK 27036, 

Harris-Seybold-Potter co., Cleveland. 10549-10552 
For lithographic supplies: 

Harris impressions, v. 4, no, 5A, May, 1944. 
© July 15, 1944; KK 26752. 



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Harris impressions, v. 4, no. 6, June, 1944. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26753. 

Harris impressions, v. 4, no. 7, July, 1944. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26926. 

Harris impressions, v, 4, no. 8, Aug. 1944, © 
Sept. 7, 1944; KK 27185. 

Haynes stellite co., New York. " 10553 

Haynes stellite 98M2 metal-cuttii^ tools. For 
metal-cutting tools. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26967. 

Health house. Homestead, Fla. 10554 

After victory. For fruit & vegetable juice ex- 
tractor. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27098. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmir^ton-, Del. 

10555, 10556 
For chemicals: 

Cellulose plastics are tough! ©Aug. 31,1944; 
KK 26906. 

Here's our favorite record! © Aug. 31, 1944; 
KK 26907. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 10557, 10558 
For cosmetic cream: 

Be as young as your figure. © Sept. 1, 1944; 
KK 26987. 

What science can do to bless you with a young- 
er face. © Aug. 27, 1944; KK 26911. 

Holeproof hosiery co,, Milwaukee. 10559 

Not just^to clothe, but to beautify. For women's 
hosiery. © Aug. 29, 1944; KK 26959. 

Holmes (Archibald) & son, Philadelphia. 10560 

Enjoy Wilton carpeting upstairs and down. For 
Wilton rugs. © Sept. 22, 1944; KK 27298. 

Holmes (Gladys Looney), d. b. a. Gladys Looney, 
San Francisco. 10561 

Londonderry. For compound for making ice 

cream. © July 10, 1944; KK 27144. 

Holmes & Edwards div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

Hufford machine works, inc., Redondo Beach, Calif. 

10562 
Hufford model A -5 hydraulic stretch-forming 
machine. For machine tool. © Aug. 31, 1944, KK 
27129, 

Hyde Park breweries assn., inc., St. Louis. 

10563-10565 
For alcoholic beverage: 

Extra good, because it's extra-ag'ed! © Apr. 
11, 1944; KK 26697. 

Extra good, because it's extra-aged! © Apr. 
17, 1944; KK 26694. 

Extra good, because it's extra-aged! © May 
22, 1944; KK 26696. 

Hydraulic press mfg. co., Mount Gilead, O, 10566 
All-hydraulic, For hydraulic machinery, pumps, 
presses. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26722. 

Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 10567, 10568 
For permanent magnets: 

Praise for jobs well done. © Aug. 24 1944 
KK 26937. 

Quality, in quantity! © Aug, 1, 1944; KK 26936, 



International cellucotton products co., Chicago. 

10569-10571 
For kleenex: 

Little Lulu. © July 16, 1944; KK 27065, 
Little Lulu. © Aug. 13, 1944; KK 27066. 
Little Lulu, © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27067. 

International silver co. , Meriden, Conn. 10572-10574 
For sterling silverware: 

For the first time, Ann, it's good-by. © June 
23, 1944; KK 26701. 

Tonight you seem so near, © Apr, 28, 1944; 
KK 26702, 

Who'd have dreamed I'd turn sentimental? © 
Aug, 11, 1944; KK 26703. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 10575, 10576 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

He says, if he has to wait. © Aug. 12, 1944; 
KI{ 26896. 

If you think. © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27095. 

International telephone & telegraph Corp., New York. 

10577 
I bring the world to your door. For intelectron, 
the electronic messenger. © Sept. 21, 1944; KK 
27199. 

Interwoven stockii^ co., New Brunswick, N. J, 

10578-10582 
For men's socks: 

Easy going. © Aug. 26, 1944; KK 26780, 

Nice going, WC-138 [and] This is no time for 
fooling, WC-139, © Sept, 23, 1944; KK 27300. 

Sock of the well dressed man, WC-136 [and] 
Artillery stripes, WC-137, © Sept. 23, 1944; KK 
27299. 

Tip does the trick, WC-142 [and] Devil dogs, 
WC-143. © Sept. 23, 1944; KK 27302. 

You can't beat 'em, WC-140 [and] As Scotch 
as the piper, WC-141. © Sept. 23, 1944; KK 27301. 

Italian Swiss colony, San Francisco, 10583 

Wines with a past, for your pleasure today. For 
wines, © June 2, 1944; KK 27021, 

Jacques mfg. co,, Chicago. 10584, 10585 

For baking powder: 

Cakes light as a cloud withK C baking powder. 
Cloud hanger. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27227. 

North, west, east, south. Good cooks every- 
where use,K C. Sign post hanger, © Sept. 15, 1944; 
KK 27228. 

Johansen bros. shoe co., inc, St. Louis. 10586 

Exclusive at better stores and shops. For shoes, 
© Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27060. 

Johnson (S. C.) & son, inc., Racine, Wis. 10587 

There's more to wax than meets the eye. For 
wax, © Sept, 13, 1944; KK 27123, 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N, J. 

10588-10590 

Ethicon surgical tantalum. Philip Syng Physick, 
M. D., 1768-1837. For sutures. © Aug, 31, 1944; 
KK 27064. 

Hand work is the thief of time. For cotton balls. 
© June 1, 1944; KK 27062, 

Ray-tec sponges and lap packs. For hospital 
sponges & lap packs. © Apr, 15, 1944; KK 27061, 



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Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 10591 

Rolling steel for war. For steel. ® Sept. 14, 
1944; KK 27239. 

Kandell (William) New York. 10592 

Shutterbug shop. For cameras & photo equip- 
ment. © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 26970. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 10593 

Amazing new idea! Kellogg's cereals in the new 
Kel-bowl-pac. For cereal breakfast foods, all 
products. © Feb. 8, 1943; KK 26679. 

Kimberly-Clark Corp., Neenah, Wis. 10594-10602 
For insulation material: 

Beat the fuel shortage. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 
27264. 

Children have had colds and coughs all winter 
long. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27265. 

FHA terms if desired. ©Aug, 20, 1944; KK 
27267. 

I'm shivering, John, won't you turn up the 
furnace? © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27269. 

Install your own home insulation. © Aug. 
20, 1944; KK 27270. 

Now, you can insulate your home yourself. 
© Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27272. 

Only Kimsul has 44 layers. © Aug. 20, 1944; 
KK 27271. 

We must have more fuel coupons at once. © 
Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27266. 

We're spending too much on fuel. For building 
insulation. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27268. 

Kraft cheese co., Chicago. 10603 

You can depend on Kraft quality. For cheese. 
© Sept. 3, 1944; KK 27205. 

Lampkin (Guy Forest), d. b. a. Lampkin laborato- 
ries, Bradenton, Fla. 10604, 10605 
For micrometer frequency meter: 

Type 103 micrometer frequency meter. © 
Aug. 18, 1944; KK 27017. 

Type 105 micrometer frequency meter. © 
Aug. 18, 1944; KK 26997. 

Lampkin laboratories. See Lampkin (Guy Forest), 
d. b. a. Lampkin laboratories. 

Larus & bro. co,, Richmond. 10606-10608 

For tobacco: 

Modern bunk-room ballads. I've crossed the 
ocean for Edgeworth. ©Apr. 15, 1943; KK 27154. 

More pipe smokers per square mile. © Aug. 

28, 1943; KK 27156. 

Only the best is good enough for dad. © May 

29, 1943, KK 27155. 

Lazarus (F. & R.) & co., Columbus, O, 

10609, 10610 
For misses shirts, skirts, dresses, coats & 
suits: 

Lazarus presents short miss sizes. © At^. 
13, 1944; KK 26873. 

Our Barbara Lee's go to town. Short- miss 
sizes. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26872. 

Leeming (Thomas) & co,, inc.. New York. 10611 
If Peter Pain has you knotted up. For medicinal 
product. © Sept. 2, 1944; KK 26916. 

Lehn & Fink products corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 

10612-10616 



For cosmetics: 

Hinds beauty bargain. © Sept. 11, 1944; KK 
27029. 

Should an army wife follow her husband to 
camp? © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26915. 
For disinfectant: 

I spelled marriage - mirage. © Aug. 14, 
1944; KK 26894. 

What I learned about safety in childbirth. © 
Aug. 31, 1944; KK 26895. 

Woman who thinks she's a good wife. © Sept. 
5, 1944; KK 26958. 

Liggett & Myers tobacco co,. New York. 

10617-10625 
For cigarettes: 

Everyone's enjoying it. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
26947. 

Head and shoulders over others, © Sept, 2, 
1944; KK 26892. 

He's coming home. Western Union telegram. 
© Sept. 25, 1944; KK 27183. 

I ain't foolin'. © Sept, 17, 1944; KK 27238. 

In Cleveland, it's Chesterfield. © Sept. 5, 
1944; KK 27181. 

Nature & science. Tobacco farmer Lawhorn. 
© Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27236. 

Nature and science. Tobacco farmer, R, N. 
Williams, © Aug, 31, 1944; KK 26946. 

Tailspin SteVens, © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 26948, 

Target Skeel. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 26891. 

Topside Sharp, © Sept. 21, 1944; KK 27182. 

Tschaikovsky Smith. © Aug. 24, 1944; KK 
26759. 

Tubby Stout, © Sept, 14, 1944; KK 27237. 
True course for pipe pleasure. Coast guard. 
For Granger pipe tobacco. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
26949. 

Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp., Bur- 
bank, Calif. 10630 
What do you mean medium bomber, LA-206-A. 

For bomber planes. © Apr. 25, 1943; KK 26744. 

Looney (Gladys) See Holmes (Gladys Looney), d. 
b. a. Gladys Looney. 

McGavin (James) Springfield, IIU 10631 

Memory tray. For a table tray. © Aug. 31, 
1944; KK 26814. 

McLintock (D. C) co., Paterson. 10632 

uecongestion treatment of injuries with elastic 
pressure bandages. For elastic pressure bandages. 
© May 25, 1944; KK 27082. 

Macmillan petroleum Corp., Los Angeles. 

10633-10638 
For motor oil: 

Around the world 51 times with ring-free. © 
Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27256. 

Every Diesel operator, © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 
26731. 

How many half- customers have you? © Jujy 
22, 1944; KK 26728. 

Macmillan ring-free motor oil, © July 31, 
1944; KK 26729. 

Macmillan ring-free motor oil. © Sept. 11, 
1944; KK 27153. 

More than 10 increase in gasoline mileage. 
© Aug. 1, 1944; KK 26730. 



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Majestic radio & television Corp., Chicago. 10639 
Majestic radio news, no. 14. For radios & radio 
equipment. © Aug. 21, 1944; KK 26885. 

Mallory hat coc, Danbury, Conn, 10640-10646 

For men's fur felt hats: 

uailas. © Sept. 9, 1943, KK 27284. 

uallas. © Sept. 30, 1943; KK 27285. 

Mallory executive. © Nov. 12, 1943; KK 
27289. 

Mallory nokabout. © Sept. 8,1943; KK 27283. 

Mallory pilot. © Oct. 15, 1943; KK 27286. 

Mallory ranger. © Nov. 9, 1943; KK 27288. 

New Mallory ranger. © Nov. 3, 1943; KK 
27287. 

Maumee collieries co., Terra Haute, Ind. 10647 
Sullivan washed coal. For coal. © Aug. 30, 
1944; KK 26988. 

Mayes (Randolph H.) Terre Haute, Ind. 10648 

Cloverleaf replacement heel. For shoe heels, 
rubber replacement. © Aug. 17, 1943; KK 27016. 

Meehanite metal corp., New Rochelle, N. Y. 10649 
Meehanite. The metal for wear resisting cast- 
ings, bulletin 20. For Meehanite castings. © Aug. 
7, 1944; KK 26758, 

Merriam (G. & C.) co., Springfield, Mass. 10650 
Circle and monogram. Sept., 1944. For diction- 
aries. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 27202. 

Mills (Joan Plush) Woonsocket, R. I. 10651 

Joan fabrics. Q R - S. For upholstery fabrics. 
© Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27179. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co., St. Paul. 10652, 10653 
For Scotch cellulose tape: 

Home front headaches: No Scotch tape] Be 
patient, lady. © Sept. 16, 1944; KK 27128, 

Home front headaches: No Scotch tape! Mind 
waiting, Miss? © Aug. 27, 1944; KK 27127. 

Morrell (John) & co., Ottumwa, la. 10654 

Your dog's best health calls for optimum nutri- 
tion. For dog food. © Aug. 23, 1944; KK 27044. 

Morse Boulger destructor co., New York. 10655 
Crematories. For crematories. © Aug. 21, 
1944; KK 27005. 

Motor wheel Corp., Lansing, Mich. 10656 

How to pick a winner! For duo-therm heaters. 
© Apr. 1, 1944; KK 26704. 

Muncie gear works, inc., Muncie, Ind. 10657, 10658 
For outboard motors: 

I'm in action. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26938. 
S. P. sales power. © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27213. 

National cylinder gas co., Chicago. 10659-10661 
Confidential jobber & distributor discount sched- 
ule, welding accessories. For welding & cutting e- 
quipment. © July 27, 1944; KK 26875. 

National gas welding rod price list. For weld- 
ing rods. © July 31, 1944; KK 26876. 

Rego welding and cutting apparatus. For weld- 
ing & cutting apparatus. © Aug. 11, 1944; KK 26877. 

National distillers products corp., New York. 

10662, 10663 
For the most delivious gin rickey. For distilled 
London dry gin. © June 4, 1943; KK 27275. 



Singles or mixed. For whiskey. © Aug. 26, 
1944; KK 26846. 

National electric coil co., Columbus, O. 10664 

Another step up in heat resistance of electrical 
insulation. For electrical insulation. © Aug. 15, 
1944; KK 26887, 

National oil products co., Harrison, N. J. 

10665-10668 
For milk: 

Average routeman hits 160 quarts daily, do 
you ring the bell with vitex vitamin O milk. © Aug. 
29, 1944; KK 26964. 

Best is none too good for your own family, 
are you giving them vitex vitamin D milk? © Aug. 
29, 1944; KK 26961. 

Keep popular - even when you have to say no. 
© Aug. 29, 1944; KK 26962. 

You holdthe edge over competition, when you're 
well armed with lots of customers for vitex vitamin 
D milk. © Aug. 29, 1944; KK 26963. 

Nehi Corp., Columbus, Ga. 10669 

Bob Hope says: This cola is my winnah. For 
beverage. © Sept. 24, 1943; KK 27184. 

New Holland machine co.. New Holland, Pa. 10670 
New Holland combination husker-sheller, no. 
139 cylinder type. For combination corn husker & 
sheller. © Sept. 11, 1944; KK 27251. 

Northern paper mills, Green Bay, Wis. 10671-10675 
For toilet tissue: 

Fawn's big eyes are shy as dawn, © Apr, 28, 
1944; KK 26688. 

Gentle. When ads like this. © June 2, 1944; 
KK 26693. 

Grown-up ducks talk gruff and rough. © Ma.j 
26, 1944; KK 26692. 

Though bunny artists may be quaint. © Mar. 
15, 1944; KK 26691. 

So Herb and Milan matched for it! For towels, 
tissue & gauze. © June 1, 1944; KK 26695. 

Nutrition research laboratories, Chicago. 10676 
Measurable evidence of improvement in arthritis 
with ertron. For pharmaceutical, ertron. © Sept. 
11, 1944; KK 27043. 

Oneida, ltd., Oneida, N. Y. 10677 

For all your tomorrows. For silverware. © 
June 1, 1944; KK 26865. 

Ortho products, inc.. Linden,* N. J. 10678 

Rx: Archaic. For vaginal jelly. © July 2, 1943; 
KK 27091. 

Overhead door corp., Hartford City, Did. 10679 

Efficiency on the farm. For overhead doors. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27212. 

Pabst brewing co., Milwaukee. 10680-10685 

For beer: 

Egad and gadzooksl Cried the butler, it looks 
like someone's made off, sir, with some of your 
books. © June 9, 1944; KK 27111. 

Fay has a way. © Sept. 4, 1943; KK 27107. 

Monsieur B., a musician cf world-wide re- 
nown. © Apr. 28, 1944; KK 27110. 

Now, I suppose I'll have to share my last bot- 
tle of Blue Ribbon. © Mar. 25, 1944; KK 27109. 

Said Professor McVitty, dear, dear what a 
pity. © Mar. 17, 1944; KK 27108. 



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Says Bess, I confess I am popular, yes. © 
July 10, 1943; KK 27106. 

P^e milk co,, Merrill, Wis. 10686 

Page evaporated milk. For evaporated milk. 
© Sept. 7, 1944; KK 27171. 

Paragon art & linen co., inc.. New York. 10687 

Cross stitch rugs for you to embroider. For 
cross stitch rug patterns. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 
26893. 

Parker pen co., Janesville, Wis. 10688-10692 

For fountain pen: 

Munition of morale, but shell fuzes come ahead 
of Parker 51. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27209. 

Two P-5l's both with brilliant war records. 
© Aug. 16, 1944; KK 27207. 
For fountain pen ink: 

Amazing new ink protects pens in 4 ways. © 
Aug. 25, 1944; KK 27208. 

He'd trade 1000 pin-ups for one letter from 
you. © Sept. 3, 1944; KK 27210. 

New -type ink prevents pen breakdowns. © 
Ai^. 12, 1944; KK 27206. 

Pepsi-cola CO., New York. 10693-10695 

For bottled beverage: 

Pepsi the Pepsi -cola cop. Ice making ma- 
chine. © July 9, 1944; KK 27057. 

Pepsi the Pepsi-cola cop, Pepsi and the rab- 
bit. © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27059. 

Pepsi the Pepsi -cola cop. Pepsi and the 
shark. © July 30, 1944; KK 27058. 

Pillsbury flour mills co. Pillsbury feed mills div., 
Clinton, la. 10696 

Ingredients and analysis. For commercial feeds. 

© July 18, 1944; KK 26750. 

Pittsburgh plate glass co., Pittsburgh. 10697 

Design of the month, v. 8, no. 4, August, 1944. 
For plate glass products. © Aug. 21, 1944; KK 
26725. 

Planchette co., Chicago. 10698 

Planchette ouija board. For ouija board. © 
Mar. 27, 1944; KK 27037. 

Procter & Gamble co., Cincinnati. 10699 

Shrimp salad. For salad & cooking oil. © Sept. 
7, 1944; KK 27178. 

Publicker commercial alcohol co.f Philadelphia. 

10700 
Thermo royal anti -freeze. For anti-freeze for 
automobiles. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 26910. 

Pullman-Standard car mfg. co., Chicago. 

10701, 10702 
For railraod equipment: 

Goodby, standing room only. © July 30, 1944; 
KK 26934. 

Taste of things to come. © Aug. 30, 1944; 
KK 26935. 

Ramsey accessories mfg. Corp., St. Louis. 10703 
Insure engine cleanliness. For piston rings. 
© Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27103. 

Richkraft co., Chicago. 10704 

Contractors paper designed by construction men. 
For building papers. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27020. 



Rockwell (W. S.) co., New York. 10705, 10706 

Rockwell crucible melting furnaces. For crucible 

melting furnaces. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 26941. 
Rockwell rotary carburizing furnaces. For 

rotary carburizing furnaces. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 

26942. 

Royal typewriter co., inc., New York. 10707-10709 
For typewriters: 

I made him take off his big brass hat! © June 
9, 1944; KK 26690. 

Just what kind of a girl does he think I ami 
For typewriter ribbons & carbon paper. © Apr. 28, 
1944; KK 27195. 

Last night I dreamed about my boss. © May 
26, 1944; KK 26689. 

Saks & CO., New York. 10710 

'44 outdorable! For summer play outfit. © June 
13, 1944; KK 26705. 

Schauer machine co., Cincinnati. 10711 

Cincinnati riveters. For riveters. © July 3, 
1944; KK 26852. 

Schering Corp., Bloomfield, N. J. 10712-10714 

Oreton and aging man. For oreton. © Aug. 22, 

1944; KK 27015. 

Problem of choosing an oral estrogen. For 

estinyl. © Aug. 7, 1944; KK 27014, 

Prompt, physiological relief with progynon-B. 

For progynon-B. © July 24, 1944; KK 27013. 

Scholl mfg. CO., inc., Chicago. 10715 

Smoothie leg make-up applicator. For applicator 

to roll on leg make-up. © July 1, 1944; KK 27094. 

Sealed power Corp., Muskegan, Mich. 10716 

Lady! Here's how to get more mileage. For 
piston rings. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 26998. 

Searle (G. D.) & co., Chicago. 10717 

New 3 pronged attack on spasm. For pharmaceu- 
tical product, pavatrine. © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 27042. 

Season skipper Corp., Chicago. 10718 

One-and-only Season skipper, two complete coats 
in one. For ladles' coats. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 
26879. 

Servel, inc., Evansville, Ind. 10719, 10720 

For your home - postwar. For gas aircondition- 

er. © Aug. 3, 1944; KK 26748. 

What users say about Servel refrigerators. For 

gas refrigerator. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 26749. 

Seven-up co., St. Louis. 10721 

Yassuh! That's the word for it, fresh up. For 
soft drink. © Aug. 23, 1944; KK 27204. 

Singer mfg. co., Elizabeth, Elizabethport, N. J. 

10722-10725 
For family sewing machines: 

Singer 66-16 machine parts. Showing points 
of wear, form 20002 (644) © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 
26683. 

Singer 99-13 machine parts. Showing points 
of wear, form 20008 (644) © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 
26686. 

In minor surgery, too, a welcome third hand. 
For Slider surgical stitching Instrument. © Sept. 
1, 1944; KK 27034. 



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Would you think I'm a freak, to look at me? For 
Singer sewing machines, notions, accessories. © 
Aug. 25, 1944; KK 27033. 

Singer sewing machine co., New York. 10726 

Ojb de aguila, mano de dama, corazon de leon. 
For Singer surgical stitching instrument. © Aug. 
25, 1944; KK 27032. 

Smillie (C. M.) & co., Ferndale, Mich. ^ 10727 

Precision X. Forprecisionparts, tools, fixtures. 
© Sept. 3, 1944; KK 27068. 

Smith & Wesson, inc., Springfield, Mass. 

10728, 10729 
For Smith & Wesson revolvers: 

Do you know your handgun history? ® Aug. 
1, 1944; KK 26726. 

Do you know your handgun history? © Sept. 
1, 1944; KK 27105. 

Sonotone Corp., Elmsford, N. Y. 10730 

Out of the roar of battle comes smoother hear- 
ing. For hearing aid. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 26945. 

Standard blouse, inc., New York. 10731 

Miss October, a westaire blouse. For ladies 
blouse. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 26727. 

Standard oil co., Chicago. . 10732-10734 

For gasoline & motor oil: 

George, that reminds me, we must have the 
Standard oil man change our windshield wiper 
blades. © Aug. 22, 1944; KK 26972. 

Oh George - that reminds me - our tires - 
isn't it time to have the Standard oil man check 
them over? © Aug. 16, 1944; KK 26971. 

That reminds me, George - we should have 
our tires recapped before they get too bald. © Sept. 
6, 1944; KK 26973. 

Studebaker corp., South Bend, Ind. 10735-10737 

For airplane engines & military trucks: 

America's leaders of tomorrow. © Sept. 14, 
1944; KK 27007. 

No rest for the weary, mom, till we haul this 
load to town. © Sept. 27; 1944; KK 27274. 

New champion in invasion warfare I For Stude- 
baker weasel. © Sept. 22, 1944; KK 27157. 

Suhm CO., inc., Milwaukee. 10738 

Suhm-mac steam way economizer. For steam 
way cleaner & alkalizer. © Aug. 30, 1944; KK 
27122. 

Surface combustion, Toledo. 10739, 10740 

For gas heating equipment: 

Janitrol know your war good-will campaign. 
© Aug. 14, 1944; KK 26951. 

War information quiz and atlas of the fighting 
fronts. © Aug. 14, 1944; KK 26950. 

Tex tan, trade name of Texas tanning & mfg. co., 
Yoakum, Tex. 10741 

Yoakum yarns. The killin' of Baldy Carson. 

For leather belts & billfolds. © Mar. 15,1944; KK 

26854. 

Texas tanning & mfg, co. See Tex tan, trade name 
of Texas tanning & mfg. co. 

Timken roller bearing co.. Canton, O. 10742 

Foremost in research. For roller bearings. 
© Sept. 4, 1944; KK 26956. 



Tremco mfg. CO., Cleveland. 10743 

When are sash in good condition. For mastic 
caulking and pointing compound. © Sept. 1, 1944; 
KK 26960. 

Two timer, inc., Chicago. 10744 

Two timer. The coat that leads a double life! 
For ladies' coats. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26878. 

United feature syndicate. Inc., New York. 10745 
Scrap collektin' contest. For wheat breakfast 
food. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 26905. 

United wall paper factories, inc., Chicago. 

10746, 10747 

It's actually f\m putting up Trimz readypasted 
wallpaper f For Trlmz readypasted wallpaper. © 
Aug. 10, 1944; KK 27001. 

Make rooms over In minutes. For dex ready- 
pasted borders. © Aug. 18, 1944; KK 27002. 

Unlvis lens co., Dayton, O. 10748, 10749 

Eyes for the flyli^ cannon. For instrument 
lenses. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 27174. 

Thanks' for the tip, I'll have my eyes checked to- 
day. For eyeglasses. © Aug. 24, 1944; KK 26743. 

Vega aircraft corp. Lockheed aircraft corp. See 
Lockheed aircraft corp. Vega aircraft corp. 

Vlctaullc CO. of America, New York. 10750, 10751 
For pipe couplings & fittings: 

How to make a leak-tight pipe joint, fasti © 
July 14, 1944; KK 26928. 

There goes 3 1/2 miles of Vlctaulic coupled 
pipe. © Apr. 8, 1944; KK 26927. 

Ward baking co., New York. 10752, 10753 

Star and family of tip-top products. For bread 

& cakes. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27071. 

Ward's tip-top cakes. Marble pound. For cake. 

© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27070. 

Weco products co., Chicago. 10754 

Important to your whole family, the extra pro- 
tection. For toothbrush. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 
27211. 



Wembley, Inc., New Orleans. 
For necktie: 



10755, 10756 



Biscayne blue. © Sept. 1 1944; KK 26955. 
See the colors of America s autumn In Ameri- 
ca's favorite ties. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27132. 

Wender & Goldstein, Inc., New York. 10757 

Measurement blank. For uniforms. © Sept. 15, 
1944; KK 27097. 

Weston electrical Instrument corp., Newark, N. J. 

10758 
Weston dial, v. 5, ho. 3. For exposure meters. 
© Aug. 28, 1944; KK 26842. 

What America thinks. Inc., Chicago. 10759 

Behind the headlines since Munich. For book. 
© Dec. 17, 1943; KK 27038. 

Whitlock supply CO. , New York. 10760 

Keydet news. For locksmith supplies. © Sept. 
15, 1944; KK 27151. 

Wickwlre spencer steel co.. New York. 10761 

Wire cloth-greased lightning. For wire cloth. 
© Sept. 7, 1944; KK 26888. 



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Wine growers guild, Lodi, Calif. 10762 

S^n of good wine, made by men who live in their 

vineyards. For wine. © Sept. 11, 1944; KK 27297. 

Winthrop chemical co., inc., New York. 

10763, 10764 

Control bacterlins in food processing canning 
operations. For sanitizing product. © July 1, 1944; 
KK 26957. 

Germs enjoy the summer months. For germi- 
cide & sanitizii^ agent for ice cream plants. © 
May 1, 1944; KK 26724. 

Wolff (S. J.) & CO., inc., New York. 10765 

Single and double dip orange cones. For ice 

cream sherbet & ices. © Apr. 17, 1944; KK 27187. 



Worthington pump & machinery corp., Harrison, 
N. J. 10766 

Worthington, marine diesel engine. Vertical 

four-cycle direct injection type BBM. For Diesel 

engine. © July 26, 1944; KK 26768. 

Zenith radio corp., Chicago. 10767-10770 

For radionic hearing aid: 

New confidence and poise for your patients. 
© Aug. 26, 1944; KK 26844. 

Nothing doing! Tell the Browns we're busy. 
© Aug. 13, 1944; KK 27003, 

Now? A new look of youth. © Aug. 6, 1944; 
KK 26843. 

Now, through Zenith radionic research. © 
Sept. 9, 1944; KK 27004. 



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[10770 



American tobacco co. 1 

It's toasted. For cigarettes. © American to- 
bacco CO., New York. RR 113, Sept. 7, 1944. 



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American drug exchange, Brooklyn. 10771 

Maruja. For perfumed rubbing compound, toilet- 
ries, cosmetics. © Sept. 5, 1944; KK 26886. 

American junior, inc., New York. 10772 

I am an American jr. For dresses in junior 
sizes. © Aug, 23, 1944; KK 27172. 

Anderson co., Gary, Ind. 10773, 10774 

New model DL dead-locker rain-master wind- 
shield wiper arms. For windshield wiper arms. 
© June 24, 1944; KK 26940. . 
. Rain-master ngodel DL ten-edge wiper blades. 
For windshield wiper blades. ® June 24, 1944; KK 
26939. 

Bartholomew (Ermon C) St. Louis. 10775 

Ye olde time game. For game boards. © Sept. 
9, 1944; KK 26966. 

Bird & son, inc., East Walpole, Mass. 

10776, 10777 
For shoe box label: 

Chi- Chi by Cambridge. © Sept. 9, 1944; KK 
27303. 

Oldtown tramp-eze. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 
26732. 

Burgess battery co., Chicago. 10778 

Burgess Handigolf. For game. © Aug. 5, 1944; 
KK 27121. 

Canned foods, inc., Waupun, Wis, 10779 

Greenies. For canned peas. © Aug. 1, 1944; 
KK 27008. 

Clayton (A. C.) ptg, co., St. Louis. 10780, 10781 
For shoes: 

Al Goodman, Charlotte. Fine footwear. © 
Aug. 25, 1944; KK 26901. 

Causual classics, © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 26965. 

Clinton art products, Chicago. 10782 

Rajah spirit talking board. For game. © June 
28, 1944; KK 27006. 

Commander-Larabee milling co., Minneapolis. 

10783 
Airy fairy. For cake flour. © Sept. 15, 1944; 
KK 27295. 

Deering Milliken & co., inc., New York. 

10784, 10785 

Sylvan. For pillow cases. © Aug. 29, 1944; KK 
27030. 

Sylvan. For sheets. © Aug. 29, 1944; KK 27031. 

Diradour (Martin H.) Hopewell, Va. 10786 

White basket laundry bleach. For laundry bleach. 
© July 10, 1944; KK 27052. 

Dor say products. New York. 10787 

When earrings hurt attach earringrips. For 
comfort pads for earring fasteners. © Aug. 15, 
1944; KK 26808. 



Drackett co., Cincinnati. 10788 

Windex sprayer. For sprayer for liquid. © Aug. 

I, 1944; KK 26954. 

Esquire, inc., Chicago. 10789 

Esquire jazz records. For phonograph records, 
© Sept. 7, 1944; KK 27170. 

Forsythe (Herbert), d. b. a, Forsythe products, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. 10790 

Child's word builder. For cut-out letters, ® 

July 17, 1944; KK 26952. 

Forsythe products. See Forsythe (Herbert), d.b. a. 
Forsythe products. 

Furman (Robert T.), d. b. a. Manufacturers ser- 
vice CO., New York, 10791 
Make your own dri-drink. For ink tablets. © 

June 28, 1944; KK 26868. 

Gold medal hair products. See Vallon (Robert), 
d. b. a. Gold medal hair products. 

Gold seal co. See Schafer (Harold L.),d. b. a. Gold 
seal CO. 

Hall (Jay C.) Huntington Park, Calif. 10792, 10793 
Dandydander. For scalp preparations. © Sept. 

II, 1944; KK 27243. 

It-zit. For scalp & skin preparations. © Sept. 
11, 1944; KK 27242. 

Hoffman beverage co., Newark, N. J. 10794-10801 
For non-alcoholic beverage: 

Hoffman extra-dry pale dry. © Aug. 7, 1944; 
KK 26953, 

Hoffman quality cocoa cream sparkling bever- 
age. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27173. 

Hoffman quality cream soda. © July 14, 1944; 
KK 26899. 

Hoffman quality sarsaparilla. © Aug. 9, 1944; 
KK 26943. 

Hoffman real fruit orange sparkling beverage. 
© Aug. 23, 1944; KK 26897. 

Hoffman real fruit raspberry sparkling bever- 
age. © June 5, 1944; KK 26900. 

Hoffman sparkling club soda, 8 oz. bottle. © 
Jan. 12, 1944; KK 26903. 

Hoffman torn Collins mixer. © July 5, 1944; 
KK 26898. 

Houchins (Earl) Beckley, W. Va. 10802 

Plaything for the nation I For game. © Aug. 16, 
1944; KK 26869. 

Interwoven stocking CO., New Brunswick, N. J. 10803 
Village green at Christmas. For men's socks. 
© Aug. 23, 1944; KK 26944. 



Irving shoe co., Chicago. 10804 

Natural step. For shoes & footwear. © June 13, 
1944; KK 27241. 



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Kolinski (Alexander F.) Milwaukee. 10805 

Lucky glider airplanes. For paper sheets for 
making toy glider planes. © Sept. 6, 1944; KK 
27164. 

MacDonald (R. Bliss), d. b. a. U, S. flag & banner 
CO., New York. 10806 

Fly a par-a-chute for fun! For toy parachute. 

© Jan. 5, 1944; KK 26767. 

Madison products co., Toledo. 10807 

33 smart applique designs. For designs for 
appliqueing dresses, curtains. ® Aug. 1, 1944; KK 
26870. 

Maggio (James V.) Chicago. 10808 

Dante's doctor's orders. For juice of dried 
figs. © June 15, 1944; KK 27124. 

Manufacturers service co. See Furman (Robert 
T.), d. b. a. Manufacturers service co. 

Mars, inc., Chicago. 10809, 10810 

Milky way. For bar candy. © Aug. 9, 1944; KK 

26969. 

Torrid zone. For candy. © Aug. 22, 1944; KK 

27149. 

Menasha products co., Menasha, Wis. 10811, 10812 
Dispens A wax. For waxed patty paper. © July 

1, 1944; KK 27190. 

Serv A wax. For waxed tissue. © July 1, 1944; 

KK 27191. 

New's food products co., inc., Indianapolis. 

10813, 10814 

New's brand maple- lane syrup. For imitation 
maple flavor syrup. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27246. 

New's brand sun-glo orange punch. For orange 
punch concentrate. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27247. 

O K products co., Neptune, N. J. 10815 

O K car wash. For soapless car washing com= 
pound. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 26813. 

Pacific toy co., Hollywood, Calif. 10816 

Jig-spin. For toy game & jig saw puzzles. © 
Sept. 23, 1944; KK 27248. 

Page milk co., Merrill, Wis. 10817 

Page special evaporated milk. For evaporated 
milk. © Feb. 6, 1940; KK 27152. 

Palmer (George Emmet), d. b. a. Palmer products 
CO., St. Louis. 10818 

Family doghouse. For novelty plaque. © June 

20, 1944; KK 26853. 

Palmer products co. See Palmer (George Emmet), 
d. b. a. Palmer products co. 

Peter Pan bakers, Davenport, la. 10819 

Peter Pan cracked wheat bread. For cracked 
wheat bread. © May 1, 1944; KK 27245. 

Petersen (Milton) Omaha. 10820 

Peter Pan bread. For white bread. © June 1, 
1944; KK 27125. 

Piatt & Munk co., inc.. New York. 10821 

Things to trace, 136. For coloring books for 
children. © Sept. 18, 1944; KK 27028. 



Purity bakeries service Corp., Chicago. 10822* 

Taystee bread. For bread & other bakery pro- 
ducts. © Aug. 29, 1944; KK 26902. 

Reinsberg (Ad.) co., Chicago. 10823 

Rainbeau. For rain hat. © July 27, 1944; KK 
26968. 

Rish-ard laboratories, Los Angeles. 10824 

Medi-balm. For greaseless medicated cream. 
© June 20, 1944; KK 27041. 

Rivero (Antero V.) Miami, Fla. 10825 

Injun. For tom-toms. © Aug. 8, 1943;KK 26755. 

Schafer (Harold L.), d. b. a. Gold seal co., Bis- 
marck, N. D. 10826 
Gold seaL For floor wax. © July 15, 1944, KK 

26999. 

Schilling (A.) & co., San Francisco. 10827-10846 
Baking powder. For baking powder. © Jan. 2, 
1943; KK 26795. 

For food flavoring: 

Brandy flavor. © Aug. 1, 1941; KK 26789. 

Rum flavor. © Aug. 1, 1941; KK 26788. 
For spices: 

Allspice. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 26799. 

Cayenne red pepper. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 
26802. 

Chili powder. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 26798, 

Chillies, small hot whole red peppers. ©"Feb. 
2, 1942; KK 26790. 

Cloves. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 26800. 

Curry powder. © Jan. 2, 1943; KK 26793. 

Ginger. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 26806. 

Imitation cinnamon. © Feb. 1, 1944; KK 
26805. 

Mustard. © Feb. 1, 1943; KK 26797. 

Nutmeg. © Dec. 1, 1942; KK 26792. 

Paprika. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 26803. 

Pepper, black. © Jan. 2, 1943; KK 26794. 

Pumpkin pie spice. © Apr. 2, 1938, KK 26791. 

Sage. © Mar. 1, 1943; KK 26804. 

White pepper. © Feb, 1, 1943; KK 26801. 
Green tea. For green tea. © Feb. 1, 1934; KK 
26796. 

Sesame seed. For sesame seed. © June 1,1936; 
KK 26787. 

Serbin (Lewis L) Shaker Heights, O. 10847-10849 
For clothing: 

Janeth career dress. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 

27254. 

MariAnne casuals. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27252, 
Serbin golfer. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27253. 

Shapiro 0acob), d. b. a. Standard coffee co., St. 
Louis. 10850 

Real judge coffee. For coffee. © Apr. 5, 1944; 

KK 26912. 

Staley (A. E.) mfg. co., Decatur, III. 10851 

Comet starching powder. For starching powder. 
© Sept, 13, 1944; KK 27294. 

Standard coffee co. See Shapiro Jacob), d. b. a. 
Standard coffee co. 

Stokes (Charles L.) Los Angeles. 10852 

Living law. For book of living judges' decisions. 
© Aug. 17, 1944; KK 27039. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Treadwell tap & die co., Greenfield, Mass. 10853 
Cold-temper. For tools. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 
26841. 

Tillson (Royden Herbert), d. b, a. Tillson (R. H.) 
CO., St Louis. 10854 

Tillson's deep cleanser. For skin cleanser that 

removes dead skin. © July 31, 1944; KK 26855. 

Tillson (R. H.) co. See Tillson (Royden Herbert), 
d. b. a. Tillson (R. H.) co. 

Tobacco by-products & chemical Corp., inc., 
Louisville. 10855-10858 

For scientifically prepared dry compound - con- 
tains nicotine in shockless form: 

Black leaf pellets for large roundworm, as- 
caridia galli, in chickens, form 0571. © May 3, 
1944; KK 27053. 

Black leaf pellets for large roundworm, as- 
carldia galli, in chickens, form 0572. © May 3, 
1944; KK 27055. 



Black leaf powder controls large roundworm, 
ascaridia galli, in chickens, form 0568. © May 3, 
1944; KK 27054. 

Black leaf powder controls lai^e roundworm, 
ascaridia galli, in chickens, form 0569. © May 3, 
1944; KK 27056. 

Treap bros., Cuyahoga Falls, O. 10859 

Golden bee honey. For honey. © Sept. 15, 1944; 
KK 27018. 



U. S. flag & banner co. See MacDonald (R. Bliss), 
d, b. a. U. S. flag & banner co. 



Valion (Robert), d. b. a. Gold medal hair products., 
Brooklyn. 10860, 10861 

Medalo. For cosmetics. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 

27198. 

Medalogro scalp formula. For hair product. 

© Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27197, 



Number of entries of Labels included in the Catalt^ since Jan. 1, 1944- 



623 



LABELS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 4 OF THE ACT OF JULY 31, 1939 

[10861 



Burgess battery CO. 1-5 


Burgess battery, RR 115, Sept. 27, 1944. 


For electric batteries: 


Super-six. RR 116, Sept. 27, 1944. 


Burgess batteries full of pep. RR 118, Sept. 


Twin-six, RR 117, Sept. 27, 1944. 


27, 1944. 


© Burgess battery co., Freeport, 111. 


Burgess battery. RR 114, Sept. 18, 1944. 





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10862-12288 



THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 
COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOG 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHOBITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGKESS 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 PRINTS AND 
LABELS USED FOR ARTICLES OF IVIERCHANDISE 

INCLUDING 

LIST OF RENEWALS 



1944 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 39 

No. 10 



The Catalog of Cop3nright 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 identif jring 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 copyright pro- 
prietor 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. 

n. Containing titles for Class H, Reproductions of a work of art; Class I, Drawings or plastic works of 
a scientific or technical character; Class J, Photographs (except Motion pictures); and Class K, Prints and 
pictorial illustrations. In these classes a subalphabet of 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. 
To save space in the Catalog, the copyright notice after each title is abbreviated. The abbreviations 
used in this part are as follows: "G,** Class G, Works of art; "H," Class H, Reproductions of a work of 
art; "I," Class I, Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character; "j," Class J, Photo- 
graphs; and "K," Class K, Prints and pictorial illustrations, including prints and labels used for articles 
of merchandise. "©" implies copyright registration of a published work, followed by date of publication. 
"© 1 c." stands for copyright registration of an unpublished work, followed by date of receipt in the Copy- 
right 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 Cop5Tight Entries 
"shall be admitted in any court as primi 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, Washington, D. C, 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 

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including Prints and Labels used for articles of merchandise =-- — — „_»-_— 2.OO 

Single numbers---— = — _-——»- — =- — = — - — — -- .50 

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NOTICE 



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

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

Notice is, therefore, hereby given to any author, copyright proprietor, or other lawful claimant, that, 
insofar as any copyright articles deposited from January 1, 1929, to December 31, 1935, inclusive, 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 copyright if requested by such claimant prior to December 31, 1944. 

This notice includes any printed and publi shed copyright deposits, such as books, periodicals, dramatic 
compositions, musical compositions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or photo- 
graphs. 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. 



(HI) 



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. 



Americana designs. 10862, 10863 

Brandfield (Kitty) Gay nineties: 

Girl. - Man. © Sept. 1, 1944; G 44199, 44200. 

Art shop. 10864, 10865 

Calabria (Ernest): 

Peasant girl. - Whistle boy. © Feb, 1, 1944; 
G 44119, 44120, 

Belden (Charles J,)* 10866 

Cowboy CMi sea horse. © 1 c. Oct, 18, 1944; G 
44204. 

Bellevue mcmument co. 10867 

Hill (J. B.): 

Boshart memorial, © 1 c. Oct, 9, 1944; G 
44125. 

Bertolucci (Catherine) 10868 

March! (Vitalino): 

Infant Jesus of Prague. © Oct. 26, 1944; G 
44250. 

Broderick (John Carroll)* 10869 

Marriage blessing. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; G 
44258. 

Brooks (Melvin Henry)* 10870 

Lt. Coco. © 1 c. Nov. 3, 1944; G 44269, 

Burr (George Luther)* 10871 

Bridal wreath photograph frame, © 1 c, Sept. 
18, 1944; G 44261. 

Burtchaell (Marguerite F.)* 10872 

Little prelude, 67343-1. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1944; G 
44118. 

Citizens committee for the army & navy second re- 
gion council, inc. 10873-10889 
Courtais (Henri G,): 

Ten commandments in Hebrew, with lions on 
either side, 21. © Dec. 10, 1942; G 44173. 
Lascari (Salvatore): 

Michael, prince militant of heaven, 37, © 
Dec, 7, 1942; G 44181, 
Meiere (Hildreth): 

Come unto Me all ye who labor and are heav- 
ily burdened and I will refresh you, 18. - Hail 
Mary, full of grace, 30. - I am the Way, the Truth 
and the Life, 20. - Madonna holding Child, with 
kneeling angels on either side, 19. © Dec. 10, 
1942; G 44166, 44171, 44172, 44180. 
Meiere (Hildreth) & Ross (Louis); 

Glory be to God in tRe Highest, peace on 
earth to men of good will, 14. - Ten commandments 
in Hebrew, 9. - Who is like to God, 10, 25, © Dec, 
10, 1942; G 44165, 44167, 44168, 44176, 
Paullin (Ethel Parsons): 

I am among you as He that serveth, Luke 
22-27. God is my strength and power, n Samuel 
22-33. no. 22. © Dec. 10, 1942; G 44174. 



Reilly (Frank): 

Christ and the fishermen, 26, © Dec. 10, 
1942; G 44177, 

Schwarz (Frank H.): 

Madonna. and Child, and kneeling angels on 
either side, 27, © Dec. 10, 1942; G 44178. 
Wheeler (Nina Barr): 

And the Word was made Flesh and dwelt 
amongst us, 24. - For God is the King of all the 
earth, sing ye praises with imderstanding, 7. - For 
this God is our God forever and ever, He shall be 
our Guide even unto death, 8, - Unto Thee, oh, my 
Helper, will I sing, for Thou art God, my Defense, 
29. © Dec, 10, 1942; G 44169, 44170, 44175,44179. 



Clark (Miriam Estelle)* 

Fvmny old clown. - Mr, Puppy, 
16, 1944; G 44194, 44195. 



10890, 10891 
1 c. each Oct. 

10892 



Coney (Roy) 

Romanelli (CarlcO: 

Statue of a deer. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1944; B 44218. 

Cooks distributing co. 10893 

Ganzeroff (Samuel): 

Nimrod. © 1 c. Oct, 27, 1944; G 44298. 

Daily (Raymond E.)* 10894, 10895 

Dizzy-wizzy. - Dizzy-wizzy's girl friend. © 1 
c. each May 20, 1944; G 44286, 44287, 

Daugherty (Donald I.)* 10896 

Proposal. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1944; G 44268. 

Deavy (E. J.)* 10897, 10898 

Little Joeie. - Sword with the silver hilt. © 1 c. 
each Oct. 28, 1944; G 44228, 44229. 

De Lancy's. 10899 

Knotts (Louise D.): 

Three little kittens. © Aug. 21, 1944; G44210. 

Delano (Gerard Curtis)* 10900 

Santa F^ trail, © 1 c, Oct. 31, 1944; G 44254. 

Dell'Ergo (Cosmo)* 10901 

Workman with pipe wrench. © Icjune 27, 1944; 
G 44198, 

Diamond (John)* 10902 

Victory emblem. © 1 c. Sept, 18, 1944; G 44144. 

Durante (James) 10903 

Baker (Ernest Hamlin): 

Umbriago, © 1 c, Oct. 12, 1944; G 44147. 

Dyer (Ann)* 10904 

Seated kitten, looking towards his left, 291S. © 
July 31, 1944; G 43820, 

Fairchild (Isabel S,)* 10905 

Wethersfield, Conn,, Hart seed company. © 1 c. 
Nov. 1, 1944; G 44322. 



227 



CATALOG OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



10906 



pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Foreign mission sisters of St. Dominic, inc. 

10906-10919 
Pierre (Marie): 

First - fourteenth stations. © 1 c. each Oct, 
11, 1944; G 44149-44162. 

Forest (A. C.) plastics div. Hough (J. Homer) co. 

10920 
Hough (Clinton W.): 

Junior art-blox. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1944; G 
44202. 

Fowler (Jerry James)* ' 10921 

I'm back to stay. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; G 44216. 

Gantner & Mattern co. 10922-10924 

Sunberg (Arthur): 

Elephant ears. - Palm leaves. - South Seas 
nature life. © 1 c. each Sept. 25, 1944; G 4420 5- 
44207. 

Ganzerla (Oreste)* 10925 

Boeing B-29 superfortress. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 
1944; G 44215. 

Goldstein (Daniel)* 10926 

Winged spirit of the air force woman. © 1 c. 
Oct. 24, 1944; G 44211. 

Haines (Frances)* 10927 

Iron horse. © 1 c. Oct. 28, 1944; G 44264. 

Hanson (Eleanor H.)* 10928 

Hulda. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1944; G 44192. 

Herrick(C, Douglas) 10929,10930 

Gus [pseud, of C. Douglas Herrick]: 

Satiurday nite session with -, 1, 2. © 1 c, 
each Sept. 15, 1944; G 44126, 44127. 



Hinkey & Renfro. 10931 

Asseln (Roberta Yuigst): 

Our forces. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1944; G 44163, 

Howard (Jack Edward)* 10932-10941 

Anatomy, 2. - Bruise of frog, wounds of foot, 
14. - Contracted heels, sand cracks, 13. - Corns- 
thrush-canker, 15. - Curb-spavins-capped hock, 
8. - Founder, 9. - Horse cents, 7. - Navicular dis- 
ease, 11. - Parasites of the skin, 4. - Splints, 12. 
© 1 c. each Oct. 13, 1944; G 44182-44191. 

Hughes (Adelaide)* 10942 

Ballet shoe torso. © 1 c. Oct. 5, 1944; G 44260. 

King features syndicate, inc. 10943-10952 

Reusswig (William): 

Admiral directs the shoot, set 4, no. 1 , - 
Somewhere in France, set 4, no. 4, set 6, nos. 2-4. 
© Sept. 17, 1944; G 44232-44236. 

Somewhere in France, set 5, nos, 2-5. © 
Sept. 10, 1944; G 44237-44240. 

Somewhere in France, set 7, no. 4. © Oct. 1, 
1944; G 44134. 

Kolbert (Milton)* 10953 

For you who are 5 feet 4 inches or under. © 1 
c. Sept. 29, 1944; G 44146. 

KroU (Leon)* 10954 

Dancers. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1944; G 44123. 



Lemmermeyer (Michael) 10955, 10956 

Lem [pseud, erf Michael Lemmermeyer] Wizy 
Wizbang: 

Home problem solved. - Wizbang opens new 
business. © 1 c.each Sept. 9, 1944; G 44230, 44231. 

Lincoln monument co., inc. 10957 

Leland (Ernest S,): 

Peacock bench memorial. © 1 c. Sept. 20, 
1944; G 44196. 

Luck (William Edgar)* 10958 

Memorial colonnade. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1944; G 
44212. 

Ludasy (Margaret)* 10959 

Masa Baba. © 1 c, Oct, 9, 1944; G 44219. 



McCoy (William F.) 

McCoy (Bill [i. e. William F.]): 

Arethusa. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; G 44121 



10960 



McLain (Oscar Lee)* 10961 

Tomlinson ( Bishop A. J.) © Sept. 1, 1944; G 
44148, 

MacLellan (Charles Archibald)* 10962 

Martinsville, Virginia, DuPont Nylon factory. © 
1 c, Oct, 18, 1944; G 44262. 

Macwhyte co. 10963 

Swartz (Arthur J.): 

Life of a G. I, Joe in New Guinea. © 1 c. Oct. 
25, 1944; G 44251. 

Mandery (Alexander Joseph)* 10964 

You've got what it takes. © 1 c. Oct, 4, 1944; 
G 44122. 

Marks (Josephs.) 10965-10968 

Ferrara (Vincent): 

Chef. - Old fashioned butler. - Old fashioned 
cleaning maid. - Old fashioned house maid. © Oct. 

2, 1944; G 44138-44141. 

Matthews (Nancy O* 10969 

America's first wings of the air. © 1 c. Oct. 
28, 1944; G 44253. 

MuUer (Amelia Annie)* 10970-10976 

Jesu, joy of man's desiring. - Kaa - Madonna 
and Child, 1, 2, - Marjorie. - Queen of peacocks. 
- Ready to go. © 1 c. each Oct, 30, 1944; G 44243- 
44249, 

Muse (Jack B.)* 10977 

Freddie Fungus. © 1 c, Oct. 5, 1944, G 44214, 

National assn. of air forces women. 10978 

Goldstein (Daniel): 

Winged spirit of the air force woman. © Nov. 

3, 1944; G 44265, 

Perrelle (Pascal S,)* 10979 

Striptease, © 1 c, Oct. 16, 1944; G 44201. 

Peterson (Walter C.)* 10980 

Insurance protects you. Walter C. Peterson, 
complete insurance, awlines. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; 
G 44213. 

Peysack (Leo)* 10981 

Palestinian pioneers. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 1944; 
G 44241. 



228 



WORKS OF ART 



no. 10. 1944 



11014 



Plastic cartoons, inc. 10982, 10983 

Russell (Duke [i, e. T. J.]): 

Lolita. - Pepita. © 1 c. each Oct. 9, 1944; 
G 44135, 44136. 

Pope (Frederick B.) 10984, 10985 

Colt (Cabot) [pseud, of Frederick B. Pope]: 
She loves me, she loves me not, W 102. - 
Western hospitality, W 101. © Oct. 2, 1944; 
G 44208, 44209. 



Possner (Albert W.)* 10986 

Emergency telephone numbers. © 1 c. Oct. 30, 
1944; G 44242. 

Pushman (Hovsep)* 10987-10992 

Book of verse. © 1 c. Oct. 13, 1944; G 44164. 
Ever enchanting peace. - My past dreams, 2, - 

Rain god, 2. - Silver plate. - When spring comes. 

© 1 c. each Oct. 9, 1944; G 44128-44132. 

Raul (Harry Lewis)* 10993 

Penn (Willian^ © 1 c. Oct. 24, 1944; G 44217. 
ji 
RedhiU products. 10994-10998 

Rothenberg (Fred N.): 

Magic. - Oscar. - Peewee. - Sparky. - Toby. 
© 1 c. each Oct. 7, 1944; G 44124, 44220-44222, 
44266. 

St. Paul statuary co.* 10999 

Prince of Peace. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1944; G 44270. 

Schneider (Rudolph G.)* 11000 

World oil center and a 2500 foot high petroleum 
tower monument. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1944; G 44263. 

Severin (Gordon)* 11001 

Game of Black widow spider. © 1 c. Sept. 25, 
1944; G 44197. 

Shapiro (Harold Roland)* 11002 

Victory through hair power. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 



1944; G 44137. 



11003 



Soares (Joaquim Pita) 
Paulekos (Vito A.): 

American Red cross nurse. © Mar. 11, 1944; 
G 44193. 

States (Charles G.)* 11004 

Conflict. © 1 c. Sept. 30, 1944; G 44259. 

Tanner (Clair)* 11005 

Miss America. © 1 c. Sept. 21, 1944; G 44145. 

Taub (Philip) 11006 

Kann (Frederick I.): 

Inseparable, © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1944; G 44203. 

Turnbull (J. Gordcm) inc. 11007 

McDonald (E.D,): 

Eau Claire, Wisccmsin, birdseye perspective 
water color of the United States rubber co. plant. 
© 1 c. Oct. 26, 1944; G 44223. 

United States army mothers.* 11008 

United States army mothers. © 1 c. Oct. 7, 
1944; G 44143. 



Vetting (Reinhart G.) 
Cassidy (Asa): 

Chief. © 1 c. Nov. 4, 1944; G 44267. 



11009 



Woiceske (Ronau William)* 11010-»11012 

Elms in winter. - Snow in the CatsMlls.- Snowed 
in. © Oct. 1, 1944; G 44255-44257. 

Wood (Grace Torrey B.)* 11013 

TrekingtheAlcan,Gracie Wood and her poochies. 
Episode 1. Starting out. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; 
G 44252. 



Wright (John W,)* 

G. I. Joe. © Oct. 4, 1944; G 44142. 



11014 



Number of entries of Works of Art included in the Catalog since Jan. 1, 1944- 



1,699 



229 



PAINTINGS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[11014 



Dunsmore (John Ward) 1 

Washington leaving Mt. Vernon for the inaugura- 
tion. © John Ward Dunsmore, Dover, N, J. R 132291, 
Sept, 21, 1944. 

Wyeth (NeweU Convers) 2-18 

And Lawless, keeping half a step in front of his 
companion and holding his head forward like a hunt- 
ing dog upon the scent, studied out their path. 
R 132323, Aug. 30, 1944. 

And putting their mouths to the level of a starry 
pool, they drank their fill, R 132332, Aug. 30, 
1944. 

But be at rest, the black arrow flieth never more. 
R 132324, Aug, 30, 1944, 

First came the bride, a sorry sight, as pale as 
the winter, clinging to Sir Daniel's arm. R 132327, 
Aug. 30, 1944. 

Go Dutton, and that right speedily, he added, 
follow that lad. R 132325, Aug. 30, 1944. 

In the fork, like a masthead seaman, there stood 
a man in a green tabard spying far and wide, 
R 132333, Aug. 30, 1944. 

Lastly a little before) dawn a spearman had 
come staggering, to the moat side, pierced by 
arrows, Jl 132331, Aug. 30, 1944. 



Little cockle dipped into the swell and staggered 
under every gust of win, R 132328, Aug, 30, 1944. 

Man and woman with backs against tree. R 
132337, Aug. 30, 1944, 

Men on horseback in full armour. R 132338, 
Aug. 30, 1944, 

Now mark me mine host, Sir Daniel said, follow 
but mine orders and I shall be your good lord ever. 
R 132335, Aug. 30, 1944, 

Scene in open, snow in foreground, trunks of 
trees in background; group of men carrying bows 
and arrows. R 132336, Aug. 30, 1944, 

So the change was made and they went forward 
as briskly as they durst on the uneven causeway. 
R 132334, Aug. 30, 1944. 

There were seven or eight assailants, and but 
one to keep head against tHem. R 132326, Aug, 30, 
1944. 

They cannot better die than for their natural 
Lord, said Dick. R 132322, Aug. 30, 1944. 

They were now fighting above the knees in the 
spume and bubble of the breakers. R 132329, Aug. 
30, 1944. 

We must be in the dungeons, Dick remarked. 
R 132330, Ai«. 30, 1944, 

© N. C. Wyeth, Chadds Ford, Pa, 



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CLASSES H-K 

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



A-C forest plastics. 11015 

Art-blox. © 1 c. Sept, 30, 1944; J 37273. 

Albree (G. Norman) 11016 

Albree gyroshell. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; I 35253. 

Alderman (Merle Norton) 11017 

Chart showing net annual income per capita re- 
sulting from republican, new deal & democratic 
policies. © Sept. 20, 1944; I 35238. 

American mutual liability insurance co. 11018 

Now it's yesterday! Said Mr. Friendly, and it 
was! © Aug. 31, 1944; K 56255. 

American optical co. 11019-11022 

Spectral transmission: 

Crookes glass, 9037. - Cruxite glass, 9041 . - 
Light coolray sun glass, 9065. - 3 shade didymium 
welding glass, 9061. © Sept. 14, 1944; K 56233- 
56236. 

Ames (Charles Edgar) 11023 

Price -dividend-yield graph. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1944; 
I 35340. 

Anderson (A. Wellington) 11024, 11025 

British coat of arms on cannon taken from the 
ship Serapis by John Paul Jones. - Jones' ( Admiral 
John Paul) cannon, taken by him from the British 
ship Serapis. © 1 c. Oct, 19, 1944; J 37262, 37363. 



Arenz (John A.) 

Arenz fuse pullers. 
I 35299. 



© 1 c. Oct. 17, 



Ashley (David) inc. 

Derby view, Vermont, by Dean Fausett. 
13, 1944; H 2783. 



11026 
1944; 

11027 
© Oct. 



11028 
Endowment @ age — . 



Atkins (Howard D.) 

Savings with protection. 
© Sept. 22, 1944; I 35226. 

Atlas bolt ^ screw co. 11029-11040 

Cupola charging turntable, 39-711, 40-711 -E, 
40-711-G, 40-711-L. - 3-hopper cupola charging 
turntable, 40 -711 -A - 40-711-D, 40-711-F, 40-711- 
H, 40-711-J, 40-711-K. © 1 c. each Oct. 14, 1944; 
I 35280-35291. 



Baer (Louis) 


11041 


Commercial filing aid. 


© 1 c, Oct. 12, 1944; 


I 35268. 





Bankers trust co. 11042, 11043 

Gross yields and prices: 

Fully taxable U. S, treasury obligations. - 
Partially tax-exempt U. S, treasury obligations. 
© Oct. 20, 1944, I 35318, 35319. 

Barnett (Donald Gilbiert) 11044 

Oil reserve estimation chart. © Sept. 18, 1944; 
I 35227. 



Berz (Lorant B.) 11045 

Presidents of the United States. © Sept. 21, 
1944; K 56312. 

Boriff (Jewell Lane) • 11046 

Navigation rule, © Oct. 10, 1944; I 35249. 

Boyd (M. M.) 11047 

Super system cafes. © Sept. 25, 1944; J 37265. 

Bradley (Claude A.) 11048, 11049 

[Easy hole digger] © 1 c. Oct. 7, 1944; I 35239. 
[Ten piece puzzle] © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; I 35241. 

Bray studios, inc. 11050 

Aircraft work, control cables. Making a five 
tuck splice, 2. © Sept. 5, 1944; J 37221. 

Broderick (John Carroll) 11051 

Genealc^cal chart, the Broderick system. © 1 
c. Oct. 10, 1944; I 35258. 

Brown & Bigelow. 11052-11065 

Alsab, L-35092, - Bigone,L-35085, - In trouble, 
son, L-35090, - Just look at that, L-35089, - Lord 
of the forest, L-35081. - Man's friend, L-35084. - 
Once in a lifetime, L-35087. - Our great west, 
L-35088. - Ride 'em cowboy, L-35082. - Some real 
riding, L-35086. - They were here last year, L- 
35083. - Veteran performs, L-35091, © Oct, 15, 
1944; K 56334-56345, 

Modern fire fighting apparatus. The first steam 
engine of the 1861 period. © Sept. 30, 1944; K 
56440. 

Santa Inez Valley. © Dec. 26, 1930; K 56441. 

Bryson (Sam) 11066 

Raker gauge. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944; I 35320. 

Buckley (Joseph C.) -11067 

Automatic dish washer, © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; 
I 35243. 

CadweU (Clarence John) 11068 

It's a bomber. © 1 c. Apr. 30, 1943; J 37229. 

Capitol souvenir co. 11069, 11070 

Greetings from Washingtcm, D. C. © Jxme 27, 

1944; K 56438. 

Greetings from Washington, D. C, 14 AT 138, 

© Oct, 16, 1944; K 56439. 



Carter (George Revilo) 11071-11073 

Dewey and Bricker. - Dewey (Thomas Edmund) 
- Roosevelt (Franklin Delano) © Nov. 1, 1944; K 
56461-56463. 

Chambers (John T.) 11074-11077 

Income tax calculating chart. Tax act of 1944, 
For single person, 31-A. © Sept. 28, 1944; 
135216. 

101. © Sept, 29, 1944; I 35215. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



102. © Oct. 2, 1944; I 35230. 
Percentage income tax calculating chart. Tax 
act of 1944, drawing 51. © Oct. 9, 1944; I 35251. 

Cimini (Pasquale L.) 11078-11080 

Amended plan: 

New house-trailer and motor house coach. - 
Television radio and kitchen budget box. © 1 c. 
each Sept. 26, 1944; I 35307, 35308. 

Revolv-it housing space and time saving plans. 
© 1 c. Oct. 20, 1944; I 35305. 

Cinciolo (Leonard Charles) 11081 

Pacific paradise. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944; J 37269. 

Clark (Arthur Free land) 11082 

United nations center. Peace through trade and 
culture. © 1 c. Oct. 4, 1944; 1 35229. 

Cleofe (Lawrence) 11083 

Four in one hammers, 3-in-l. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 
1944; J 37261. 



Coleman (William A.) 

Radioafs. © Oct. 1, 1944; K 56382. 



11084 



Coleman (William B.) 11085-11089 

Models on parade: 

Girl in low cut dark dress with hat, sitting on 
chair. Edge of chair is striped. - Girl in slacks 
and checked blouse sitting on edge of chair. - Two 
young ladies with plaid dresses and hats standing 
on the sidewalk. - Young girl in blouse, checked 
skirt and vestee and book and pencil inhand. - Young 
lady and soldier sitting on settee behind a table. 
Young lady in net dress with flower and long gloves. 
© 1 c. each Aug. 21, 1944; J 37223-37227. 

Collins (Frank J.) 11090 

Position indicator. © 1 c. Aug. 28, 1944; 1 35228. 

Columbia portrait studios. 11091 

Fighting for victory. © Sept. 15, 1944; K 56460. 

Comet model airplane co. 11092 

Comet mustang speed glider, © July 10, 1944; 
35317. 

Conner (Cecil Clifford) 11093 

Trisection and multiple division of aline or part 
thereof. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; I 35237. 

Corbett (Edward L.) 11094 

Hands - left, right. © 1 c. Oct. 19, 1944;J37264. 

Crawford (Paul Berlowitz) 11095 

Solution of equation A = B - C © 1 c. Oct. 2, 
Ln B 
C 
1944; I 35311. 

Cress.(MelvinP.) 11096 

Dish washer and rinser. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; 
I 35269. 

Cressy (Will) ' 11097-11106 

Hecking (Lowell) World war 2: 

Battleship. - Destroyer escort. - Landing 
craft. - Liberator. - Transport. - Victory ship. © 
Oct. 1, 1943; K 56442, 56444-56446, 56448, 56449. 

Landing craft, infantry. - Landing ship, tank. - 
Large aircraft carrier. - Tokyo special. © Oct. 1, 
1943; K 56391-56394. 



Davis &Geck, inc. 11107-11109 

Physick (Philip Syng) © Aug. 15, 1942; K 56395. 
Ryff (Walter Herman) © Jan. 15, 1942; K 56397. 
Vesalius (Andreas) © Jan. 15, 1941; K 56396. 

Day (Howard Earl) 11110 

Theatre masks. © 1 c. Oct. 25, 1944; J 37281. 

Dearborn chemical co. 11111 

Dearborn chemical company. © Oct. 4, 1944; 
K 56259, 

DeFrenes & co. 11112-11116 

Welding procedures: 

Oxy-acetylene welding. Oxy-acetylene weld- 
ing, light metal, 1. - Testing, the guided bend test, 
1. © Sept, 18,. 1944; J 37217, 37218. 

Welding procedures, oxygen cutting. Manual 
cutting: 

Bevel, freehand, 2. - Shape, freehand guided, 
3. - To a line, freehand, 1. © Sept. 1, 1944; J 
37216, 37219, 37220. 

Desrosiers (Arthur) 11117 

Vibration eliminator. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; 
I 35270. 

Devotional pub. co. 11118 

Advice, 102E. © Sept. 20, 1944; K 56435. 

Donahue (Thomas) 11119 

Footer for basementless housing imits. © 1 c. 
Oct. 4, 1944; I 35236. 

Dorada prints, 11120-11127 

[Anemone] 100-1, - [Delphinium] 100-5. - 
[Gladioli] 100-8. - [Iris] 100-2. - [Lilac] 100-4. 
- [Peonies] 100-3. - [Phlox] 100-6. - [Tulips] 
100-7. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 56398-56405. 

Dorre (Jan) co. 11128 

[Shepherd boy beside still waters] © Oct. 1, 
1944; K 56258. 

Douglas (Jack) 11129-11131 

Portable-wet concentrator: 

Doodle bug. - Dry washer. - Papoose. © 
July 28, 1944; I 35301-35303. 

Drennen (John H.) 11132 

Manually adjusted telescoping gage, © 1 c. Oct. 
12, 1944; I 35267. 

Dun & Bradstreet, inc. 11133 

Five comparative periods, world war 1, world 
war 2. t Oct. 6, 1944; I 35304. 

Du Pont de Nemours (E. I.) & co., inc. 11134 

Beau Essig's Don, FDSB 306204. © Oct. 27, 
1944; K 56451. 

Ellis (Rudolph) 11135 

Mower attachment. © Ic. Oct. 26, 1944; I 35324, 

Employers casualty co, 11136 

Experiences of Hap Hazard, © Oct, 10, 1944; 
K 56276, 

Factory built homes, inc, 11137 

Ford factory-built homes, L44071, © Oct, 10, 
1944; I 35313. 



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no. 10, 1944 



11216 



Fairchild engine & airplane corp. 11138 

Segment for measuring or finding o/o of curve. 
© 1 c. Oct. 23, 1944; I 35314. 

Farmers mutual reinsurance assn. 11139 

Farm fire waste. © Aug. 17, 1944; K 56279. 

Ferraris (Cipriano) 11140-11142 

Concentrata, A.I, A. 2, B.2. © 1 c. each Oct. 5, 
1944; I 35231-35233. 

Flory (Charles RusseU) 11143, 11144 

Mona. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 56372. 

Que mona, that's what. © Sept. 29, 1944; K 
56278. 

Fogle (William) 11145-11148 

Dimensions of flanged and dished heads [and] 
semi -elliptical heads. - Qurck formula for rein- 
forcement area for U-68 and U-69 vessels, open- 
ings in solid plate. © 1 c. each Oct. 5, 1944; 
I 35234, 35235. 

Dished radius table. - Layout of square plate 
hemi -spherical heads or spheres. © 1 c.eachSept. 
11, 1944; I 35223, 35224. 

Fry (Henry Peck) 11149 

Marshall and classmates. © 1 c. Aug. 21, 1944; 
J 37230. 

GaUaber (Tom B.) 11150 

Navajo ponies. © Sept. 7, 1944; K 56277.. 

Garcia (Louis L.) 11151, 11152 

Double lock nut of screw. © 1 c. Oct. 3, 1944; 

I 35310. 

Electro magnetic spark plug [for motor] © 1 c. 

Sept. 16, 1944; I 35309. 



Gardner (Harry A.) jr. 

Evolution. © Oct.T, 1944; K 56242. 



11153 



General motors corp. Fisher body div. 

11154-11162 

Calling all war workers, to work every work day 
'til victory. © Oct. 27, 1944; K 56421. 

Care for your car, keep it rolling. - Hon. Good 
News. - War goes on every day. © Oct. 10, 1944; 
K 56318-56320. 

Combined operations are winning the war. © 
Sept. 12, 1944; K 56355. 

It won't be V-day until the last Jap is defeated. 
© Oct. 3, 1944; K 56371. 

Main event Is on. © Aug. 24, 1944; K 56354. 

70 days of fighting In France cost us, 3,000 
planes. © Oct. 30, 1944; K 56450. 

Show your appreciation by your attendance A 
day, September 27. © Sept. 23, 1944; K 56369. 

George (Larry H.) 11163 

Simplified pin measurements for gibs and dove- 
tails. © Sept. 1, 1944; I 35217. 

Gottlieb (Virginia A.) 11164 

Coordinate azimuth ring for dead reckoning 
computer, Dalton. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; I 35306. 

Greenlee (Lyman E.) 11165,11166 

Dual cylinder laundry press. - Latch-lock 
laundry press for air or steam. © 1 c. each Oct. 
26, 1944; I 35325, 35326. 



Hall (Irving B.) 11167-11172 

Tlmeflnder, EC-10, EC-245, ECC-10, ER-10, 
ER-245, ERC-10. © 1 c. each Oct. 14, 1944; 
I 35273-35278. 

Hall of art. 11173 

[Moonlight] by Charles D. Vickery. © Aug. 18, 
1944; H 2784. 

Hambrock (Ida) 11174 

United nations uniform, 844094. © Aug. 29, 
1944; J 37279. 

Handcraft. 11175, 11176 

United States: 

Army air corps. - Naval aviation. © Sept. 
18, 1943; K 56280, 56281. 

Hanson (Harvey) 11177 

Wish I had about 16 hands. © Sept. 15, 1944; K 
56459. 

Harris (Lorenzo) 11178 

Storm arising to the zenith of It's fury. © Sept. 
26, 1944; K 56244. 

Hayward Q. B.) 11179 

Aristocrats; by Mildred Hayward. © Oct. 23, 
1944; H 2785. 

Heirloom needlework guild, inc. 11180-11183 

Kittens. - Sealyhams - Spaniels. - Terriers. © 
Oct. 19, 1944; K 56386-56389. 

Hermitage art co.. Inc. 11184-11190 

God's Supreme gift, 1079, 1147. - My Christmas 
gift to my church, 1192, 1196. - My Christmas 
offering, 1198. - [Nativity] 1184. - [Wise Men] 
1186. © Oct. 2, 1944; K 56249-56254. 

Hlggins Industries, inc. 11191, 11192 

Station wagon profile. - Water distillation unit. 
© 1 c. each Nov. 2, 1944; I 35338, 35339. 

Hoefling (George A.) 11193 

Vacuum valve for various uses in compartments 
of all sizes constructed of metal plastic, wood or 
composltles material. Valve also reversible for 
force Inflation. © 1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; I 35264. 

Home (William Holderness) 11194 

Instructions for making concrete blocks. © Aug. 
24, 1944; I 35221. 

Howard (Jack Edward) 11195 

Knuckling, cocked ankles, plate X. © 1 c. Oct. 
2, 1944; I 35225. 

Hug (Conrad) 11196-11216 

Alaskan bridge, 31. - Bear, 188. - Cabin in the 
Yukon, 127. - Cannery at sunset, 26. - Davidson 
Glacier, 20. - Feeding bears, 187. - Kelsall Moun- 
tains, 118. - Klukshu, dog-sled, 181. - Klukwan, 
179. - Lynn canal looking toward Chilkpot Pass, 
30, - Lynn canal near Skagway, 158. - Near Min- 
eral Mountain, 102. - Pleasant camp, 11. - Pyr- 
amid Island In Chilkat River, 201. - Salmon can- 
nery, Chllkat Inlet, 175. - Seltat Creek, 113. - Sel- 
tat Gorge, 104. - Take-off, 14. - Three Guardsmen 
Mountain from the north, 112. - Three Guardsmen 
Mountain from the west, 107. - Twins and trip- 
lets. St. Ellas Mountains, 119. © Oct. 6, 1944; 
J 37302-37322. 



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11217 



pt. IV, n. s,, V. 39 



Hutchison (Julian D.) 11217 

Airplane wings and tail fii^s heating units. © 1 
c. Sept. 15, 1944; I 35250. 

India house, inc. 11218 

Courier (Ship) of New York. © Oct. 5, 1944; K 
56302. 

Industrial equities, inc. 11219-11227 

All ideas are carefully investigated. Can you 
suggest improvements in our shop methods, G-29. 
- American business after the war! New ideas! 
Products, manufacturii^, sales or markets, what do 
you suggest, G-19. - Can you solve this problem, 
G-44. - Food for thov^ht. How can we improve 
stowage, handling, freight service, G-37. - Ideas 
today, for civilian use tomorrow, G-25. - Make way 
for the railroaders of tomorrow, G-52. - There is 
no substitute for experience. There is no future 
without enthusiasm, G-14. - Time flies! Don't let 
the whole world pass you by, G-33. - Your move! 
You can sweep the board with one move, G-4. © 
Aug. 7, 1944; K 56303-56311. 

Institute for American democracy, inc. 

11228-11231 

Adams - Kelly - Miller - Cohen - Svoboda - 
Santelli. They died together, so that we may live 
tc^ether. © Aug. 18, 1944; K 56363. 

Fighting side by side. - Whose blood will save 
him? © May 25, 1944; K 56246, 56247. 

Protestant, Catholic, Jew, we will keep faith, 
faith in God and America. © June 14, 1944; K 
56256. 

International art pub. co., inc. 11232 

Bouquet of asters; by A. D. Greer. © Oct. 28, 
1944; H 2786. 

International religious art. 11233 

True image of Christ. © Oct. 4, 1944; K 56243. 

Isenhour (Russell R.) 11234 

Egg-on-a-raft 21 special. © 1 c, Sept. 29, 1944; 
J 37260. 

J. V. K. card co. 11235 

Blessed Christmas. © Oct. 27, 1944; K 56420. 

Jackson & Moreland. 11236 

Steel spring chart for extension and compres- 
sion helical springs per naval ordnance standard no. 
1. © Oct. 16, 1944; I 35331. 

Johnson (Daniel E.) 11237 

Dual-purpose file holder, © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944; 
I 35322. 

Johnston (C. P.) co. 11238 

Greetings from the state of Washii^ton. © Apr. 
4, 1944; K 56261. 

Joyce (Irene) 11239 

Merry Xmas, happy New year. © Sept. 19, 
1944; K 56232. 

Keeran (Charles R.) 11240 

Win the war quicker with Dewey and Bricker. © 
Oct. 24, 1944; K 56385. 

Keystone view co. 11241-11245 

Keystone economic geography unit: 

Corn, 6. - Cotton, 4. - Meat, 7. - Wheat, 5. 
© Oct. 3, 1944; J 37338-37341. 



Keystone units, geography and travel, group 9. 
© Sept. 27, 1944; J 37258. 

King features syndicate, inc. 11246-11255 

Annette kisses grandpere, Z-253. - Dionne's 
(Mama) birthplace, Z -252. - Emelieand her squeal- 
er, Z-256. -Legros (Grandpere) and quints, Z-251. 

- Well on the farm, Z~255. - Yvonne and Cecile 
with grandpere, Z-254. © Oct. 23, 1944; J 37329- 
37334. 

Eight Dionne sisters, Z-247. - Picnic appetites, 
Z-249. - Story telling time, Z-248. - Quints out for 
picnic, Z-250. © Sept. 27, 1944; J 37231-37234. 

Klinker (James P.) 11256 

Factorgraph salary evaluator. © Oct. 24, 1944; 
I 35343. 

Lamberg (Albert E,) 11257 

Clepsydra 1945 model. © 1 c. Sept. 8, 1944; 
J 37160. 

Ledoux (Robert F.) 11258 

Waiting. © 1 c, Oct. 30, 1944; J 37284. 

Lewis-White. 11259 

American thoroughbred winners' circle. Twenty 
Grand. © Oct. 17, 1944; K 56434. 

Loucks & Morling studios. 11260-11267 

Battle announcing equipment: 

Battleships & cruisers, and large auxiliaries, 
SN-62d. - Carriers, SN-62c. © 1 c. each Oct, 30, 
1944; J 37291, 37292. 

Electric megaphones, SN-62t. - Torpedo firing 
& battle order equipment, surface vessels, SN-62 
ak. © 1 c. each Oct. 30, 1944, J 37289, 37293. 

Rangefinder, mark 33: 

Disassembly, pts. 1, 2, SN-1368q, SN-1368r. 

- Reassembly and collimation, pts, 3, 4, SN- 1368s, 
SN~1368t. © 1 c. each Oct. 30, 1944; J 37288, 
37290, 37294, 37295. 

Lutz (Karl F.) 11268-11273 

Philadelphia: 

Independence Hall, Liberty bell, 133. © Oct, 
2, 1944, J 37235. 

Main concourse 30th street station, Penn- 
sylvania railroad, 190. - University of Pennsylvania, 
dormitories, 208, © Sept. 4, 1944; J 37236, 37237. 

Walnut street, east, 106. © Sept, 5, 1944; 
J 37238. 

Wissahickon Creek and Henry avenue bridge, 
260. - Y. M. C. A., 114. © Aug. 5,-1944; J 37239, 
37240. 

Mabey (Charles W.) 11274 

Juice extractor. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; I 35245. 

McCarty (Paul Revere) 11275 

Spring ten-shun holder, © 1 c. Sept. 26, 1944; 
I 35292. 

McDermott Qulian A.) 11276 

Battery fed seaplane landing contact light, S31. 
© 1 c. Sept. 29, 1944; I 35263. 

McLean (Frank W.) 11277 

Baby bi«gy. © 1 c. Oct. 14, 1944; I 35279. 

McVey (Gertrude Teer) 11278-11281 

Design: 

Bronx. - Brook. - Nassau. - York. '© 1 c. 
each Sept. 25, 1944; I 35259-35262. 



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n o. 10, 1944 



Marshall (William C.) 11282 

Tranquility. © 1 c. Oct. 10, 1944; J 37297. 



Massaro (Peter J.) 

Revelation. © Oct. 28, 1944; J 37285. 



11283 



Matson (Charles H.) 11284, 11285 

Clasp^snap lock. - Snap lock for fishing butt and 
harness. © 1 c. each Oct. 25, 1944; I 35327, 
35328. 

Mead Johnson & co. 11286, 11287 

First knitting lesson. © Oct. 4, 1944; K 56380. 
Sweet expectancy. © Oct> 11, 1944; K 56381. 

Minnesota mining & mfg. co. 11288 

Smart girl. © 1 c. Nov, 2, 1944; J 37299. 

Modeer (Charles A. A.) 11289-11291 

Tillamook light near Seaside, Oregon, 260, 262. 

- Tillamook light, Oregon Coast, 261. © Oct. 13, 
1944; J 37335-37337. 

Nemeth (Ted) studios. 11292, 11293 

Machine shop work, precision measurement. 

The bevel protractor, 7. © Oct. 1, 1944; 
J 37259. 

Precision gage blocks, 6. © Oct. 1, 1944; 
J 37296. 

Neville (Harry) jr. 11294 

Contour superfinish cutter grinding attachment. 
© 1 c. Oct. 25, 1944; I 35344. 

New York graphic society. 11295-11298 

Blossom, 3146. - Door of the fold, 131. - Little 

bud, 3147. © Oct. 11, 1944; K 56282, 56288, 56289. 
Good Shepherd, 130. © Oct. 12, 1944; K 56432. 

Newman (Charles) 11299-11301 

Cheerful horse, Laf more. - Happy horse, Smarty, 

- Smiling horse. Cheerio. © Aug. 31, 1944; K 
56239-56241. 

Nimy (Buckley) 11302-11307 

Away from it alL - County lane. - Early snow. - 
Fruitcake for breakfast. - In repose. = Mule deer. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; K 56374-56379. • 

Norcross. 11308-11331 

Birthday wish from both of us to you. This wish 
is as old as Methuselah, etc., 10HB986. - For you 
on your birthday. Each rose brings you a birthday 
wish, etc., 10GB2. - From us to you on your birth- 
day. You're wrong if you think, etc., 15HB987. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; K 56264, 56265, 56268. 

Darn it, I missed your birthday. I was all bal- 
led up, 15SB126. - Got that going-to-seed feeling. 
Hope it won't be long, etc., 10C303. © Oct. 13, 
1944; K 56410, 56414. 

Good for you. You sure don't show it. Not a 
soul would ever know it, 10H66. © Oct. 6, 1944; K 
56408. 

Happy birthday and the best of luck. I sat on a 
horseshoe, etc., 15B1021. - It's your birthday 
sister, break Into a dance if you want to, etc., 
25B796. - Thinking of you. I had a little dime and 
I had a little time so I hunted very hard, etc., 
10FR329. - To a very dear mother and father 
happy anniversary with love to both, etc., 15W494. 
© Sept. 22, 1944; K 56263, 56266, 56271, 56275. 

Happy birthday daughter. Stay as sweet as you 
are, 15B759. - I'd do almost anything to get you 



11353 



well. Just go ahead 'n' ask me, 15CNq93. - Since 
you went away I ain't much good at writing, it's true 
but, etc., 10R521. -We'll raise the devil when you're 
back again, but I'll be an angel from now till then, 
15FR204. © Oct. 20, 1944; K 56407, 56409, 56411, 
56412. 

Happy birthday to the sweetest mother in the 
world, 15B658. © Oct. 4, 1944; K 56267. 

Happy birthday. Which hand do you choose. If 
you say right, etc., 15B1023. © June 30, 1944; K 
56415. 

Hi there. Look who's here. Don't let the bags 
deceive you, etc., 10FR180. - Jus' a lil shower gift. 
If wishes wuz raindrops, oh boy, 5R963. - When 
you're sick, I wilt and droop, but I'll perk up, etc., 
10C378. © Sept. 15, 1944; K 56262, 56270, 56274. 

Hope things will clear up for you soon. The sun 
won't shine, etc., 15C370. - Putting on the dog to 
wish you happy birthday. All of a sudden, etc., 
15B1002. © June 17, 1944; K 56413, 56416. 

It's a crying shame, that you're sick. When you 
are feeling hale and hearty, etc., 50350. - It's your 
birthday dad, but I'll celebrate the big day, too, etc., 
15MB297. - When I don't get no mail from you 
I worry, worry, worry. So scribble off, etc., 
15FR330. © Sept. 8, 1944; K 56269, 56272, 56273. 

O'Connor (T. Francis) 11332 

Nomograph for calculation of loss of head in 
pipes. © Sept. 28, 1944; I 35252. 



O'Donnell (Thomas) 

My birthday. © Oct. 21, 1944; K 56390. 



11333 



O'Keefe (John J.) 11334 

Prairie Rose. © 1 c Sept.'22, 1944; J 37222. 

Osterheld (Roger G.) 11335 

Service medal holder. © 1 c. Oct. 23, 1944; 
I 35315. 

Outhouse (Harold Edgar) 11336 

Multi-color three-in-one fountain pen. © 1 c. 
Oct. 6, 1944; I 35247. 

Patriot press. 11337 

Keep liberty's torch burning. © Aug. 19, 1944; 
K 56363. 

Perskie (Leon A.) 11338 

Roosevelt (President) ; by Leon A. Perskie. © 
Sept 5, 1944; H 2782. 

Peterson (Wilhelm H.) 11339 

Uncle Bill's cigarette extinguisher. © Oct. 3, 
1944; I 35248. 

Photo art studios. 11340 

Working for victory. © June 8, 1944; K 56452. 

Polack (Robert S.) 11341-11343 

Heel and arch supporter. - Reversible heel. - 
Reversible turnover heel, and arch supporter. © 1 
c. each Oct. 11, 1944; I 35254-35256. 

Prendergast (Frank P.) 11344 

Froz-n-frut © 1 c Nov. 1, 1944; I 35342. 

Pullman co. 1 1 345- 1 1 353 

Catch that big one, 36. © Sept 5, 1944; K 56425. 
Check that stub number again, 39. © Sept. 26, 

1944: K 56428. ^ ^^^^ 

It's as simple as A B C, 37. © Sept. 12, 1944; 

K 56426. 



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Stop I act, suggest, collect, 42. © Oct, 17, 1944; 
K 56422. 

Stop blowing, put that suggestion in the box, 41. 
© Oct. 10, 1944; K 56429. 

Thoughts as keys will open doors to gold, 40. © 
Oct. 3, 1944; K 56430. 

Wantedl New ideas, 38, © Sept. 19, 1944; K 
56427. 

Whoa, you nearly passed by this suggestion box, 
35. © Aug. 29, 1944; K 56424. 

Yeah, and they said it couldn't be done, 43. © 
Oct. 24, 1944; K 56423. 

Pure oil co. 11354 

Tell 'em why, help 'em buy. © 1 c.Nov. 2, 1944; 
J 37301. 

Ralston purina co. 11355 

Two years from now. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1944; J 
37300. 

Ray-Bell films, inc. 11356, 11357 

Machine shop work. Operations on the metal 
cutting band saw: 

Filing an internal irregular shape, 2. ,. Saw- 
ing an eternal irregular shape, 1. © Oct. 12, 1944; 
J 37256, 37257, 

Ray proof Corp. 11358, 11359 

Inspection unit: 

Industrial fluoroscopic, 103. - Industrial 
radiographic, 104. © Sept. 26, 1944; 1 35271, 35272. 

Reddy Kilowatt. 11360 

Generating good wishes for you! Greetings. © 
Nov. 11, 1943; K 56301, 

Reed (Jess M.) 11361 

Rota-base tube base indicator. © Mar. 1, 1944; 
I 35257. 

Rood (Ray R.) 11362 

Rap ball game. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; I 35244, 

Rubber manufacturers assn., inc. 11363-11368 

Quality recapping guide: 

Buffing. - Building. - Cementing and drying. 

- Curing. - Inspection. -Preparation for cementing. 
© Oct. 25, 1944; K 56453-56458. 

Ryle (Elbert S.) 11369 

Continuous post construction for furniture, etc. 
© 1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; I 35265. 

Sah (A. Pen-tung) 11370 

Diamond seven. © 1 c. Sept. 16, 1944; I 35332. 

St. Anthony's guild. 11371-11375 

Dart (Eleanor): 

Eternal Babe. - Glory to the new born King, 

- Guiding light, - Star of the East. © Oct. 17, 1944; 
K 56313-56316. 

Holy Family. © Nov, 15, 1943; K 56317, 

Sandler (Henry B,) co. 11376-11383 

MacDonald (Phoebe): 

Phoebe juvenile, 1160-1167. © Oct. 9, 1944; 
K 56346-56352, 56436. 

Scarborough (Opal Era) 11384 

Love chain for ladies shoulder straps with 
clips. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1944; I 35312. 



Schultz (Carl) & Schultz (Alfred) 11385 

New farm implement rotary trash spreader. © 
1 c. Oct. 12, 1944; I 35266. 

Scientific model airplane co. 11386-11391 

Bantam. - Hornet, - Major, - Ranger, - Royal. 

- Windsor. © Sept, 25, 1944; I 35293-35298, 

Sears, Roebuck & co, 11392-11404 

Anemones and silver, - Autumn terrace. - Edge 

of the desert. - Farm in winter. - Glory of July. 

- Harbor view. - Little harbor. - May morning. - 
Old house. - Shining sea. - Springtime in the Berk- 
shires. - Sunlight and shadow. - Templed hills. © 
July 14, 1944; K 56321-56333, 

Shelley (Dorothy May) 11405, 11406 

Collapsible traveling hanger, - Sanitary shoe 
bag, © 1 c. each Oct, 27, 1944; I 35329, 35330, 

Shoumatoff (Elizabeth) 11407 

Roosevelt (Franklin D.) 551, © Nov, 18, 1943; 
K 56406, 

Shultz (Samuel M,) 11408 

Panelized structures for United nations relief 
and rehabilitation administration. © 1 c. Oct, 19, 
1944; I 35333. 

Singer sewing machine co. 11409 

Good-bye guesiswork. © 1 c. Nov. 2, 1944; 
J 37298. 

Smith (Albert J.) 11410 

Slide rule. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; I 35240, 

Smith (Simon) 11411 

Rock-it pipe wrench. © 1 c. Oct. 6, 1944; 
I 35246. 

Snyder (George Albert) 11412 

Declination slide. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1944; I 35300. 

Snyder (Sherman L.) 11413 

Device for attachment to an insignia pin. © 1 c. 
Aug, 26, 1944; I 35222, 

Sonney (Kermit Jonathan) 11414 

[Pressure and friction factor graphs] © July 7, 
1944; I 35316. 

Sorin Bible & card co. 11415 

It's a privilege to wish you a happy birthday, 
100-15. © Sept. 1, 1944; K 56209. 

Southern furniture guild. 11416 

Double-duty for small spaces. © Oct. 8, 1944; 
K 56260. 

Spitzer (Egone Conrad Joseph) 11417 

Posselt (Ruth) © Oct. 3, 1944* J 37228. 

Sporting news pub, -co. 11418-11433 

1944: 

Boston Braves. - Boston Red Sox, - Brooklyn 
Dodgers. - Chicago Cubs. - Chicago White Sox. - 
Cincinnati Reds. - Cleveland Indians. - New York 
Giants. - Philadelphia Athletics. - Philadelphia 
Phillies. - St. Louis Browns. -St. Louis Cardinals. 

- Washington Senators. © Sept. 14, 1944; J 37242- 
37254, 

Detroit Tigers, - New York Yankees. - Pitts- 
burgh Pirates. © Sept. 14, 1944; J 37270-37272. 



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Star model mfg. co. 11434 

U. S. army amphibian 2 1/2-toii truck, Duck. © 
Aug. 18, 1944; I 35220. 

Steward (Howard W.) 11435-11439 

Autumn on the Sandy. - Laughing malamute. - 
McCarthy Alaska. - Reindeer grazing in Alaska. - 
Sunrise on Bristol Bay. © Sept. 1, 1944; J 37274- 
37278. 

Sturgill (Robert) 11440 

Pen stamp. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 1944; I 35321. 

Sugrue (Frederick C.) 11441 

Sugrue underpass. © Oct. 15, 1944; I 35323. 

Sullivan (Bernard C.) 11442 

Design of sugar beet digger. © 1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; 
I 35242. 

Swenson (Carl T.) 11443 

Christ at the peace table. © Oct. 4, 1944; 
K 56373. 

Taub (Philip) 11444 

Inseparable. © 1 c. Oct. 17, 1944; J 37255. 

Taylor (Mildred Irene) 11445-11447 

Irene. - Millicent. © 1 c. each Oct. 27, 1944; J 

37282, 37283. 

Millie. © 1 c. Oct. 11, 1944; J 37241. 

Teich (Curt) & co., inc. 11448-11458 

Greetings from: 

Brunswick, Ga., Under five flags, 3B-H1153. 
- Waycross, Ga., 3B-H1157. © May 22, 1944; 
K 56417, 56418. 

Fort Sheridan, Illinois, 4B-H35. © July 25, 
1944; K 56367. 

Kansas, 4B-H233. © June 21, 1944; K 56383. 

Keansburg, N. J., 3B-H1340. © May 17,1944; 
K 56419. 

Missouri, 3B378-N. © Apr. 6, 1944; K 56365. 

Parkersburg, W. Va., 3B-H1433. © Apr. 13, 
1944; K 56366. 

Providence, Rhode Island, 3B-H1182. © Apr. 
1, 1944; K 56364. 

Southern university, Baton Rouge, La., 3B- 
H1702. © July 24, 1944; K 56368. 

Thomasville, Ga., the city of roses among the 
pines, 3B-H1688. © Sept. 27, 1944; K 56257. 

Wildwood by the Sea, N. J., 3B-H1046. © 
June 1, 1944; K 56384. 

Texas co. 11459 

Just a friendly reminder, S-33812. © Sept. 12, 
1944; K 56433. 

Thieme (Anthony) 11460 

Rainy day in Rockport. © July 31, 1944; K 56245. 



11491 



Thompson (Peter) 11461-11464 

Collapsible ballast plates: 

Arrangement & details no. 3 hold, 103-1. © 
1 c. Oct. 9, 1944; I 35334. 

Arrangement no. 4 hold, 102-7. - Bill of 
material and stowage no. 4 hold, 102-9. - Detail 
elevations no. 4 hold, 102-8. © 1 c. each Oct. 5, 
1944; I 35335-35337. 

Timken roller bearing co. 11465 

Kirk (Admiral) urges you to buy more war bonds. 
© 1 c. Oct. 5, 1944; K 56431. 

Todd (John C.) & Wahl (Lawrence) 11466 

Master and insert top plates. © 1 c. Oct. 21, 
1944; I 35341. 

Underwood & Underwood, inc. 11467 

Capistrano, Calif., Cloister ruins, mission of 

San Juan Capistrano, V37599. © Oct. 18, 1944; J 
37280. 

United air lines, inc. 11468, 11469 

Air transportation jobs and you. © Oct, 12, 

1944; J 37287. 

Seeing the airport. © Oct. 17, 1944; J 37286. 

Unterman (L.) & son, inc. 11470 

String quartette; by C. Schweninger. © Sept, 
22, 1944; H 2781. 

Warren (Robert Luther) 11471-11473 

Del Rio Main street. - Mexican hat dance, 1, 2. 
© Oct. 17, 1944; J 37266-37268. 

Weil (Henry A.) 11474 

Northwestern breeze. © Oct. 19, 1944; K 56464. 

Western photo products. 14475-11479 

Boeing B~29, super fortress, views A-E. © Oct. 
6, 1944; J 37324-37328. 

Whitman pub. CO. 11480,11481 

fPussy cat] © June 9, 1944; K 56237. 
[Tom cat] © June 8, 1944; K 56238. 

Willard pictures. 11482 

Nursing. Feeding the patient. © Nov. 1, 1944; 
J 37323. 

Woolf (Robert B.) 11483-11489 

Log my favorite & special air messages for to- 
day: 

Friday. - Monday. - Saturday. - Sunday. - 
Thursday. - Tuesday. - Wednesday. © July 15, 
1944; K 56356-56362. 

Wortman (Grant) & Brownfield (Henry) 11490,11491 
Device for plowing under corn stalks and rub- 
bish and preventative of balling up. - Mowing and 
windrowing machine, or. Method to change roller 
cut. © 1 c. Oct. 2, 1944; I 35218, 35219. 



Number of entries in classes H-K included in the Catalog since Jan, 1, 1944: 

Reproductions of works of art (including O one-copy entries) ~ _..„. 164 

Drawings or plastic works of a scientific or technical character (including 1,331 one-copy entries) 1,654 

Photographs (including 635 one-copy entries) _..._„ — _..... _„__.,-...„ 1,128 

Prints and pictorial illustrations (including 119 contributions to periodicals and other one-copy 

entries)-— ~ --— - „„..„„,._„__ _...., 2,122 

Total -^. -.."—="-" „-.-„„._-„ „ -. .., 5^068 



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DRAWINGS AND PRINTS OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN RENEWED 
UNDER SECTION 23 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 4, 1909 

[11491 



Ferris (J. L. Gerome) i 

Building the cradle of liberty, © Ernest N, 

Ryder, Croton FaUs, N. Y. R 132398, Oct. 9, 1944. 



Taylor instrument cos, 2-9 

Tycos recording thermometer. Chart nos. 216, 
150, 2201, 1376, 1504, 149, 652, 148, © Taylor in- 
strument COS., Rochester, N. Y. R 132625-132632, 
Oct. 20, 1944. 



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Abbott laboratories, North Chicago, 111. 

11492-11495 
For pharmaceutical products: 

For my country, sons and me. Mailing piece. 
© Oct. 30, 1944; KK 28042. 

Get your might into the fight. © Sept. 25, 
1944; KK 27669. 

We've just begun to fight. Mailing piece. © 
Oct. 27, 1944; KK 28043. 

Tighten the grip. Mailing piece. For prepared 
medicines. © Oct, 10, 1944; KK 27814. 

Acromark co. See Bates (Harold O.), d. b. a. 
Acromark co. 

Adelstein (Max) St. Louis. 11496 

Customized ties. For neckwear, men's ties. © 
Sept. 29, 1944; KK 27757. 

Aircraft-marine products, inc., Harrisburg, Pa. 

11497 
New AMP 6-purpose installation tools. For tool 
solderless electrical wiring. © Aug. 11, 1944; KK 
27351. 

Airkem, inc.. New York. 11498 

Airkem chlorophyll air freshener. Forairfresh- 
ener. © Oct. 2, 1944; KK 27725. 

Albany steel & brass corp., Chicago. 11499 

It's the deluxe line. For lighting fixtures. © 
Oct. 25, 1944; KK 27895. 

Allis-Chalmers mfg. co., Mlwaukee. 11500 

High voltage protection caps. For protection 
caps. © July 5, 1944; KK 27112. 

American locomotive co. & General electric co., 
Schenectady, N. Y. 11501, 11502 

For transportation equipment: 

And keep your powder roUingl 113-99. © 
Sept. 23, 1944; KK 27399. 

Little miss manhandles a fire. 113-93. © 
Sept. 9, 1944; KK 27395. 

American safety razor corp., Brooklyn. 11503 

I just love getting close to nature. For razors 
& blades. © Oct. 17, 1944; KK 27664. 

Anheuser-Busch, inc., St. Louis. 11504-11508 

For beer: 

Grandma knew just what to do, and how to do 
without. Grandma peeling apples. © Sept, 27, 1944; 
KK 28046. 

Now meet the missus. © July 7, 1944; KK 
28044. 

They builded better than they knew. Building 
scene. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 28047. 

Thinking Americans today are not too free 
with free speech. Group around stove. © Oct. 13, 
1944; KK 28048. 

When buffaloes stopped the iron horse. Buf- 
falo herd and train. © Aug. 23, 1944; KK 28045. 



Arco CO., Cleveland. 11509 

Arco optcmic colors. For varnishes, enamels 
and lacquers. © Aug. 21, 1944; KK 28098. 



Armour & co., Chicago. 11510-11514 

Add new excitement to meals with vitalox. For 
beef extract. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27451. 
For meat: 

America's best -tasting baccm makes this fine 
fall dinner. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27449. 

Famous Armour's star ham. © Sept. 25, 
1944; KK 27450. 

Taste the difference. © Aug. 30, 1944; KK 
27447. 

Treet is the meat for extra good bakedbeans. 
© Aug. 30, 1944; KK 27448. 

Aronson (Meyer L.) Hartford. 11515 

Educational ruler. For educational ruler. © 
Sept. 26, 1944; KK 27472. 

Art metal co., Cleveland. 11516, 11517 

For ultraviolet germicidal unit: 

Disinfectaire ultraviolet germidical unit for 
meat storage coolers. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27666. 

Disinfectaire ultraviolet germicidal units ior 
the disinfection of air in poultry houses. © Sept. 
20, 1944; KK 27667. 

Atlantic commission co., New York. 11518 

It's time to turn to A & P. For fresh fruit and 
vegetables. © Sept. 27, 1944; KK 27403. 

Atlas powder co., Mlmingtai, Del. 11519, 11520 
For chemicals and explosives: 

Could the rose but hold its dewy freshness. 
© Sept. 30, 1944; KK 27418. 

When the understudy outshines the star. © 
Sept. 2, 1944; KK 27417. 

Avon products, inc., New York. 11521, 11522 

For cosmetics: 

Exquisite Avon cosmetics. © Oct. 20, 1944; 
KK 27855. 

Her courage saved a colony. © Oct. 15, 
1944; KK 27854. 

Barcardi import, inc., New York. 11523, 11524 

For rum: 

Excelente. © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 27350. 
Maravilloso. © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 27382. 

Baltimore pure rye distilling co., Baltimore. 

11525 
Caveat emptor. For whiskey. © Jvine 1, 1943; 
KK 27690. 

Bates (Harold O.), d. b. a. Acromark co., Eliz- 
abeth, N. J. 11526-11536 
Acromark electric branding ircms, sheet 5-A. 
For branding irons. © Dec, 29, 1943; KK 27429. 

Acromark embossing dies, sheet 4-A. For em- 
bossing dies, © Apr. 18, 1944, KK 27434. 

Acromark embossing press, sheet 15-C. For 
embossing presses. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 27435. 
Acromark masking die, sheet 17-B. For masking 
dies. © Apr. 18, 1944; KK 27436. 
For marking machine: 

Acromark no. 53 marking machine, sheet 15- 
F. © Dec. 29, 1943; KK 27433. 



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pt. IV, n. s., V. 39 



Acromarkno. 54 marking machine, sheet 15-E. 
© Dec. 29, 1943; KK 27432. 

Acromark no. 926S marking machine, sheet 
9-D. © Dec. 29, 1943. KK 27430. 

Acromarker no. 8, sheet 10-C. © Dec. 29, 
1943; KK 27431. 
For name plates: 

Acrofibe name plates, sheet 20-A. © Apr. 
18, 1944; KK 27437. 

Acroboss nameplates, sheet 20-B. © Apr. 18, 
1944; KK 27438. 

Acro-etch nameplates, sheet 20-C. © Apr. 
18, 1944; KK 27439. 

Betfort (Joseph H.) Chicago. 11537 

Our latest publication. For mimeographed folio. 
© Oct. 7, 1944; KK 27587. 

Bell aircraft Corp., Buffalo. 11538 

Little wooden box that's speeding aircraft pro- 
gress. For aircraft. © Sept. 24, 1944; KK 27987. 



Bendix aviation corp., Detroit, New York, Teter- 
boro, N. J. 11539-11559 

Creative engineerii^ brings railroadin' by radio. 
FoiwVHF radios. © Oct, 25, 1944; KK 27828. 
For airplane equipment: 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. A sentry. © 
July 9, 1944; KK 27320. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. As the Japs 
open fire. © Sept. 3, 1944; KK 27324. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Captain, I have 
something to tell you. © June 25, 1944; KK 27319. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Climb crate. 
© May 14, 1944, KK 27316. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Hold on. © 
May 28, 1944; KK 27317. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. I, I, wish. © 
June 11, 1944; KK 27318. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. Suddenly a 
terrific blast. © Aug. 6, 1944; KK 27322. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. That tree. © 
July 23, 1944; KK 27321. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. We have enough 
fuel. © Sept. 17, 1944; KK 27325. 

Adventures of Capt. Ben Dix. We'll come in 
low. © Aug. 20, 1944, KK 27323. 

Ceiling zero, visibility unnecessary. © Sept. 
13, 1944; KK 27809. 

For precision instruments for planes: 

Appointment in electronia. © Dec. 17, 1943; 
KK 27818. 

Superhuman powers at his command, the in- 
visible crew. © Sept. 17, 1943; KK 27817. 
For precision tools and equipment: 

Berlin bound at 40,000 feet. For precision 
tools and equipment. © Aug. 25, 1943; KK 27732. 

De-icing a ton a minute. © Sept. 25, 1943; 
KK 27731. 

Right on the button. © July 25, 1943; KK 
27465. 

Installation instructions. Dual fuel flow autosj^i 
indicator, 48-29. For autosyn instruments. © 
Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27812. 

Installation instructions. Dual manifold pres- 
sure autosyn indicator, 48-29 A. For dual mani- 
fold pressure. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27813. 

Pioneer-Elgin clock. For aircraft clock. © 
Sept. 22, 1944; KK 27308. 

Replacement of injector nozzle in demand ox^en 
regulator. Service bulletin. For demand oxj^en 
regulators. © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27309. 



Bendix aviation corp. Pacific div., North Holly- 
wood, Calif. 11560-11563 
Commando training. For radio equipment. © 

Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27790. 

Doors open tomorrow. For radio devices. © 

June 5, 1944; KK 27482. 

Muscles for the Black Widow. For hydraulic 

equipment. © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27791. 

Power brake valves. For hydraulic equipment. 

© June 13, 1944; KK 27481. 

Berry Spring mineral water co., ltd., Pawtucket, 
R. L 11564 

Quality beverage that's yours for life. For gin- 
ger ale. © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 27685, 

Best & CO., Inc., New York. 11565-11639 

Best's box bag handsome leather Inside and out. 
For misses hand bag. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK 27878. 

Best's boys' shoes are built for wear. For boys' 
shoes. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27365. 

Best's famous Llllputlan bazaar has a world of 
woolens! For blankets, bunting, sweater snowsult. 
© Oct. 1, 1944; KK 27540. 

Best's new lambskins. For misses gloves. © 
Oct. 29, 1944; KK 28052. 

Bows and pleats, and warm wool jersey. For 
girls dress. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 27880. 

Bosy and warm winter coats for young cosmo- 
politans. For coats. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27363. 

C-1 wool serge button-up suit. For misses suit. 
© Nov. 3, 1944; KK 28063. 

Checks and plaids go to kindergarten as well as 
to college. Stormy weather coats for mother and 
daughter. For girls coats and misses coat and 
little girls dresses. © Sept. 26, 1944; KK 27356. 

Cloche. The Chesterfield. For misses coats 
and hats. © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 27544. 

Comfortable folding carriage by Thayer, For 
baby carriage. © Nov. 2, 1944; KK 28059. 

Corduroys, sturdy, good looking. For misses 
jumper skirt, blouses & jacket. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 
27541. 

Date dresses for young cosmopolitans. For 
misses junior dresses. © Sept. 29. 1944; KK 27367. 

Everfast cotton flannel in a boy s shirt. Success 
stories for girls are written In plaid. For girls 
skirt jumper & coat, and boy's shirt. © Oct. 12, 
1944; KK 27619. 

Every girl loves her skirt and sweaters. Tops 
for warmth, wear and good looks. Winter winners 
for young cosmopolitans. For misses coats, girls 
skirt & sweaters & boy's hood jacket. © Oct. 6, 
1944, KK 27552. 

Flattering feathers. For hats. © Oct. 15, 1944; 
KK 27741. 

For girls, bright plaid reversible. For girl's 
reversible coat. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 27542. 

For girls coats: 

Best's coats for girls must be warm, and 
wear well. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27366. 

I always buy her coats at Best's. © Oct. 20, 
1944; KK 27753. 

For junior miss coats: 

Best's coats hits for young cosmopolitans. © 
Oct. 11, 1944; BX 27621. 

Chesterfield choice of young cosmopolitans. 
© Nov. 1, 1944; KK 28055. 

Smart and sensible winter favorites for young 
cosmopolitans. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 27883. 

Warm and wonderful Best's new coat fashions 
for young cosmopolitans. © Nov. 3, 1944; KK 
28067. 



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11641 



For misses coats: 

Chesterfield. © Oct. 12, 1944; KK 27623. 
Growing vogue for the redcoat. © Oct. 5, 1944; 
KK 27549. 

In demand: L«wispun coats. © Nov. 3, 1944; 
KK 28066. 

In top demand: iine wool suedes. © Oct. 27, 
1944; KK 27879. 
' For misses dress: 

New hip ruffles on a new bright wool. © Sept. 
27, 1944; KK 27362. 

Rayon braid on a new sxiit-dress. © Oct. 19, 
1944; KK 27750. 

For winter, boys want snowsuits. For boy's 
snowsuits. © Nov. 2, 1944; KK 28060. 

Fresh lace cm the good black dress. For misses 
dresses. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 28058. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar a fringed 
wool shawl. For baby blanket. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 
27543. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar corduroy. 
For little girl's corduroy dress. © Oct. 31, 1944; 
KK 28054. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar quilted 
rayon robe. For little girl's robe. © Sept. 26, 1944; 
KK 27359. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. A wool- 
filled, rayon satin comfort. For baby comfort. © 
Oct. 24, 1944; KK 27875. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Car- 
riage bunting & carriage robe. For carriage robe 
and bunting. © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 27729. 

From Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. Wool 
knitted suit. For little boy's knitted suit. © Oct. 
17, 1944; KK 27743, 

Froth of net for a big moment dress. For junior 
miss gown. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 27876. 

Good untrimmed coat, an important fashion that 
makes sense. For coats. © Sept. 24, 1944; KK 
27358. 

Gray jumper in wool-and-rayon flannel. For 
misses jumper & blouse, © Oct, 18, 1944; KK 
27747. 

Her dresses too, are winter-warm. Bright and 
becoming new imder-coat dresses to wear now and 
all winter long. The shoes girls ask for are smart 
and sturdy. For girls dress, misses dress and girls 
shoes. © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 27368. 

Indoors or out, baby sleeps soimdly in a crib Or 
carriage by Whitney. For baby carriage and crib. 
© Oct, 18, 1944; KK 27746, 

Jumper's the thing, say young cosmopolitans. 
For junior missjumpers. © Oct. 27, 1944; KK 27881. 

Junior boys wear Best's tweed or flannel. For 
boys long trouser suits. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 27550. 

Lewispun. Worn and loved by tens of thousands 
of well-dressed Americans, both mothers and 
daughters. For girls & misses coats. © Oct, 11, 
1944; KK 27624. 

Little boys at play. For boys slacks, overalls, 
shorts, jacket. © Oct. 29, 1944; KK 28053. 

Long lean look in new under-coat wools. Frill- 
front blouses wonderful with new fall suits. For 
blouses & misses dresses, © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 
27742. 

Look your loveliest in a picture dress. For 
evening dress, © Oct, 19, 1944; KK 27748. 

Must -have for boys, the short jacket. For boy's 
jacket. © Oct, 19, 1944; KK 27745, 

Navy blue for a boy's snowsuit. For boy's 
snowsuit, © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 27546, 

New and pretty for young cosmopolitans. For 
junior miss dresses. © Oct. 12, 1944; KK 27620, 



New braided beauties. For misses hats, © Oct. 
27, 1944; KK 27882, 

New shirtmaker in British wool. For misses 
checked wool shirtmaker. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 
28056, 

New, the hi -ho cloche. Best's coats for girls 
must be warm and wear well. For misses hat, girls 
coats, © Nov. 3, 1944; KK 28064, 

New town suit with hand-stitched buttons. For 
misses suit, © Oct, 4, 1944; KK 27545. 

Picture dress wonderful for dancing. For even- 
ing gown, © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 27548. 

Polished calf shoes that get around. For women's 
shoes, © Oct, 19, 1944; KK 27751. 

Repeated by request, our wool gabardine for 
young cosmopolitans. For suit, © Sept, 28, 1944; 
KK 27364. 

Reversible mackinaw appeals to every boy. 
These girls' shoes go to school and parties. Un- 
trimmed is the way young cosmopolitans wanl their 
coats. For boy's reversible mackinaw, girls shoes, 
girls coats. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 27754. 

Shortie, new all-weather coat for young cosmo- 
politans. For misses rain coat. © Sept. 27, 1944; 
KK 27360. 

Stormy weather new short coat. Winter wools, 
the brighter the better. For coat and misses dress- 
es. © Sept. 27, 1944; KK 27361. 

Success separates. For blazer & skirt. © Oct. 
13, 1944; KK 27622. 

Tailored elegance in wool doeskin. For women's 
suit. © Oct. 26, 1944; KK 27877, 

Teen-agers like them plaid or plain. For girls 
dresses. © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 27547. 

They look so precious in everfast cottons. For 
little girls dresses. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 27752. 

Touch of sparkle for young cosmopolitans. For 
misses junior dresses, © Oct. 19, 1944; KK 27749. 

Versatile, smart, the simple black dress. Turn- 
ed out to play by Best's famous Liliputian bazaar. 
For misses dresses & little girls & boys coat sets. 
© Oct. 8, 1944; KK 27727. 

Warm and pretty for frosty nights. For misses 
nightgowns, © Nov. 2, 1944; KK 28061. 

Warm coats and leggings get them ready for 
winter. Its first purpose is to make you look pretty! 
The afternoon dress. For little girls coats & miss- 
es dresses. © Oct, 22, 1944; KK 27873. 

Well-dressed boy wears an Eton suit. For boy's 
Eton suit, © Oct, 17, 1944; KK 27744. 

Wherever they go they're outfitted by Best's. 
For girls coats & snowsuit. © Oct. 22, 1944; KK 
27874. 

Winter outfits from the famous Liliputian bazaar. 
For little girls & boy's coat & hat set, © Nov. 1, 
1944; KK 28057. 

Year-round favorite, our button-up suit. For 
suits. © Sept, 24, 1944; KK 27357. 

Yes, British woolens. Nothing quite replaces 
the finer cottons. For girls dresses, misses suits, 
coats, skirts & sweaters, © Oct, 8, 1944; KK 
27728, 

You wouldn't throw away good diamonds I Would 
you? For abrasive wheels, © May 21, 1944; KK 
27369, 

Young coat story says trimmed or plain. Jet 
sparkles Edwardian elegance chi young becoming 
felts. For girls coats, misses hats, © Oct. 6, 
1944; KK 27551, 

Best foods, inc, New York, 11640, 11641 

You mean you don't know about marriage. For 
cake flour, © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27801. 



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Your shoes are showing. For shoe polish. © 
Sept. 30, 1944; KK 27388. 

Blue bell, inc., New York. 11642-11646 

For overalls and other work clothes: 

America at war is America on wheels. © 
July 20, 1944; KK 27832. 

America's war machine needs this fuel, too. 
© July 6, 1944; KK 27831. 

Blue bells help keep your car rolling. © 
Aug. 17, 1944; KK 27834. 

Blue bells helped end too little, too late. © 
Aug. 31, 1944; KK 27835, 

Steel puts the sting in America's war effort, 
© Aug. 3, 1944; KK 27833. 

Bond electric corp, div. Western cartridge co. 
See Western cartridge co. Bond electric corp. 
div, 

BcHioil packing Corp., Brooklyn. 11647 

Trip around the world from Bonoil. Nov, 1944. 
For olive oil. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 28865. 

Borden co.. New York. 11648 

Look, Mds, your very own milk bar. For fluid 

milk and chocolate milk. © July 30, 1944; KK 27839. 

Boston gear works, inc., North Quincy, Mass. 

11649 
Boston gears, speed reducers, chains and sprock- 
ets, couplings, bearings. For gear power trans- 
mission equipment. © Oct. 23, 1944; KK 27993. 

Botany worsted millis, Passaic, N. J. 11650-11656 
For fabrics: 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. © 
Sept. 27, 1944; KK 27419. 

Botany gives substance to the whims of fash- 
ion. © Oct, 20, 1944; KK 27811. 

Pity to let her freeze when Botany flannel is 
so warm and handsome. © Oct. 12, 1944; KK 
27717. 

For men's clothing: 

Botany 500 overcoat tailored by Daroff. © 
Oct, 13, 1944; KK 27686. 

Botany 500 overcoat tailored by Daroff. © 
Oct. 25, 1944; KK 27894. 

Botany certified fabrics for home sewing. For 
fabrics, clothing, yarns and cosmetics, © Sept. 29, 
1944; KK 27519. 

Botany wrinkle-proof ties. For neckties. ©Nov. 
1, 1944; KK 28078. 

Breidert (G. C), d. b. a. Breidert (G. C.) co., Los 
Angeles. 11657 

How to have efficient ventilation at low cost with 

Breidert air-x-hausters. For ventilator. © Sept. 

15, 1944; KK 27483. 

Breidert (G, C.) co. See Breidert (G. C), d. b. a. 
Breidert (G. C.) co. 

Briggs mfg. co., Detroit. 11658 

Peace conference at the Parkers. For plumb- 
ing ware. © Aug, 18, 1944; KK 27493. 

Buda engine sales & service,, Tulsa, Okl, 11659 
Engin-gard, For engine shut-down control. © 
July 1, 1944; KK 27567. 

Burndy engineering co., inc., New York. 11660 

Burndy. Bulletin T-43-B. For standard cable & 

navy cable connectors. © June 26, 1944; KK 27820. 



California fruit growers exchange, Los Angeles. 

11661-11664 
For sunkist oranges: 

Get vitamin health, LA-3658-R. © July 27, 
1944; KK 27379, 

Girl's best friend is her doctor, LA-3633-F. 
© July 17, 1944; KK 27755. 

Step up vitamin health at breakfast, LA-3659- 
R, © Aug, 17, 1944; KK 27380. 

Why orange juice will be, LA -3629. © July 1, 
1944; KK 27627, 

Callaway mills, LaGrange, Ga, 11665-11667 

For towels and rugs: Behind this Callaway. © 
Sept. 6, 1944; KK 27525. 

Harvest of beauty. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 
27526. 

This Callaway label of luxury promises you 
4 things. © Aug. 11, 1944; KK 27524. 

Carbide ii carbon chemicals corp,. New York. 

11668, 11669 
For plastics: 

Children's shoes with vinylite plastic soles. 
© Oct. 25, 1944; KK 28085. 

Vinylite plastic soles. © Oct. 25, 1944; KK 
28084. 

Cartier, inc., New York. 11670-11675 

Engagement and wedding rings by Cartier. For 
engagement and wedding rings, © Sept. 20, 1944; 
KK 27469. 

Here again, elegant jeweled hatpins. For hatpins. 
© Oct. 9, 1944; KK 27940. 

Loveliest of gifts, jewels from Cartier. For 
hatpins, cocktail rings. © Aug. 31, 1944; KK 
27937. 

Protect them overseas. For medallion, © Sept. 
29, 1944; KK 27939, 

Valued gift of a Cartier clock. For clocks, © 
Aug, 3, 1944; KK 27596, 

Very handsome Cartier clip. For clips. © Sept. 
7, 1944; KK 27938, 

Champion products co,. New York, 11676 

Champion pocket comb. For pocket combs. © 
Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27373. 

Charms & Cain, Chicago. 11677 

Charm-glo decorative cut-outs. For luminous 
cutouts. © Oct. 13, 1944; KK 27905. 

Ciba pharmaceutical products, inc., Summit, N. J. 

11678, 11679 
For pharmaceutical products: 

Heroes of the United States medical services. 
Colonel Louis Anatole La Garde. © Oct. 14, 1944; 
KK 27816. 

Heroes of the United States medical service. 
Dr. Henry Rose Carter, © Sept. 9, 1944; KK 
27815. 



Clairol, inc., Stamford, Conn. 11680-11682 

For cold permanent wave equipment: 

Joan Clair, the new cold wave method. © 
Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27578. 

Presenting Joan Clair, the new cold wave 
method. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27566. 

It's easy to be younger looking with color-love- 
ly hair. For shampoo tints. © Oct. 9, 1944; KK 
27565. 



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Clark & Clark, Camden, N. J. 11683 

Your open sesame. For triple-formula obesity 
preparation. © Aug. 15, 1944; KK 27473. 

Clyffside brewing co., Cincinnati. 11684-11686 

For beer: 

Exercising, good judgment. © Oct. 12, 1944; 
KK 27764. 

Going your way? © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27459. 

His master's choice. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 
27740. 

Coca-cola co., Wilmington, Del. 11687-11707 

For soft drink: 

Have a Coca-cola - eat, drink and enjoy your-s 
self. Backyard barbecue. © Oct. 4, 1944; KK 
27772. 

Have a Coca- cola - eat, drink and enjoy 
yourself. Backyard barbecue. © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 
27901. 

Have a Coca-cola - hi, man. Virgin Islands. 
© Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27330. 

Have a Coca-cola - howdy, neighbor. Returned 
aviator at fountain. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27899. 

Have a Coca-cola - sit, maak jouself tuis. 
Sit down, make yourself at home. South Africa no. 

1. © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 27326. 

Have a Coca-cola - soldier, refresh yourself. 
Post exchange. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27768. 

Have a Coca-cola - soldier, refresh yourself. 
Post exchange. © Sept. 21, 1944; KK 27769. 

Have a Coca- cola - well done, lads. White- 
washing fence. © Aug. 9, 1944; KK 27327. 

Have a coke - ahoy, mates. Shipyard scene. 
© Oct. 5, 1944; KK 27773. 

Have a coke - here's your reward. Nassau 
no. 2. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 27902. 

Have a coke -here's your reward. Nassau no. 

2. © Oct. 11, 1944; KK 27903. 

Have a coke - otlichno. Swell. Russian sail- 
ors. © Sept 26, 1944; KK 27770. 

Have a coke - otlichno. SwelL Russian sail- 
ors. © Sept. 27, 1944; KK 27771. 

Have a coke - put 'er there, old timer. Alaska 
no. 5. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27331. 

Have a coke - put 'er there, old timer. Alaska 
no. 5. © Sept. 13, 1944; KK 27332. 

Have a coke - swell work, leatherneck. Jap 
sword. © Aug. 11, 1944; KK 27328. 

Have a coke - tudo vai bem. Everything's 
swelL Brazil no. 5. © Aug. 29, 1944; KK 27900. 

La invitacion universal. Mexican charra 
view. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27766. 

O convite universal. Mexican charra scene. 
© Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27767. 

This jug brought 57,500 customers into my 
store last year. William C. Kregel. © Aug. 21, 
1944; KK 27329. 

Welcome home. Soldier and girl at icebox. 
© Oct. 1, 1944; KK 27779. 

Colley (Sara), d. b, a. Empress Theodora, Holly- 
wood, Calif. 11708 
Thy glass will show thee how thy beauties wear. 

For cream, © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27785. 

Comptone co., New York. 11709, 11710 

For sun glasses: 

Oculens sun glasses. © Jan. 3, 1944; KK 27486. 

Oculens, the scientific lens. © Jan. 3, 1944; 
KK 27485. 

Conard-Pyle co.. West Grove, Pa. 11711, 11712 



11737 



Floradora. For polyantha rose bush. © Sept, 7, 
1944; KK 27931. 

Horace McFarland. For monthly blooming rose 
bush. © Sept 7, 1944; KK 27930. 

Conklin pen co., Chicago. 11713, 11714 

For fountain pens: 

Names that endure, Mark Twain, world famed 
humorist Conklin, the pen that endures for gen- 
erations. © Oct 7, 1944; KK 27292. 

Names that endure, Will Rogers, homespun 
philosopher. Conklin, the pen that endures for 
generations. © Nov. 4, 1944; KK 27952. 

Corn products sales co.. New York. 11715-11720 

For syrup: 

First call for dinner. © Oct 20, 1944; KK 
27942. 

Rise and shine. © Sept 19, 1944; KK 27339. 

Give your things that crisp-as-new look with 
linit. For laundry starch. © Sept 25, 1944; KK 
27807. 

Heavenly chocolate pie. For dessert. © Oct, 20, 
1944; KK 27941, 

Only the meat is missing. For salad oil. © Oct 
27, 1944; KK 27943. 

Victory is sweeter than you think. For food- 
energy sugar. © Oct 11, 1944; KK 27739. 

Corning glass works. Corning, N. Y. 11721 

This is a victory gardener. For household glass- 
ware. © Sept 24, 1944; KK 27718. 

Coty, inc.. New York. 11722-11724 

For perfume: 

L'aimant the magnet © Oct 2, 1944; KK 
27452. 

L'origan. © Oct 7, 1944; KK 27590. 

Paris, the double note fragrance. © Oct 9, 
1944; KK 27564. 

Cream of wheat Corp., Minneapolis. 11725 

Picto quiz. Breakfast time for war workers at 
the Boomtown boarding house. For wheat break- 
fast food. © Sept 24, 1944; KK 27783. 

Curtiss-Wright corp,. New York. 11726 

Letter. For aeroplanes. © May 31, 1944; KK 
27491. 

Daggett & Ramsdell, New York. 11727 

So many pretty ways to say Merry Christmas. 
For cosmetics. © Sept 16, 1943; KK 27466, 

Davison chemical corp., Baltimore. 11728 

Born with a fiery disposition. For chemicals. 
© Sept 16, 1944; KK 27385. 

Detroit industrial products co., Detroit 11729 

Packard. Shop light. For portable shop light. 
© Sept 21, 1944; KK 27553. 

Dick (A. B.) CO., Chicago. 11730-11737 

For stencil duplicators and supplies: 

Building for a future. © Sept 15, 1944; KK 

27421. 

Getting ready for business. ©Sept 1, 1944; 

KK 27420. 

Here's help for you on contract terminations. 
© Oct 14, 1944; KK27665. 

Now is the time. © Sept 25, 1944. KK 27422. 

Now is the time for all good teachers. © Oct 
1, 1944; KK 27522. 



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Now is the time to let the mimeograph dupli- 
cator help. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 28050. 

Now is the time to start thinking, © Oct. 23, 
1944; KK 27897. 

Which girl gets the job. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 
27810. 

Distillation products, inc., Rochester, N. Y. 

11738-11740 
For high vacuum equipment: 

Fine art of manufacturing nothing. © May 2, 
1944; KK 27498. 

High-vacuum, a revolutionary new tool for 
industry. © Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27500. 

Newly demonstrated value of vitamin A. © 
July 5, 1944; KK 27499. 

Doho chemical corp.. New York. 11741 

Cerumen in the ear. For ear medication. ©Oct. 
2, 1944; KK 27312. 

DuMont (Alien B.) laboratories, inc.. New York. 

11742-11746 
For DuMont cyclograph: 

100 <yo quality inspection. DuMont cyclo- 
graph. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 27859. 

When you have urgent need for this 100 ^o 
quality inspection, present production of instruments 
now assures early delivery and installation of your 
DuMont cyclograph. © Sept. 8, 1944; KK 27383. 
For precision instruments & electronics; 

Are you ready for television. © Oct. 8, 1944; 
KK 27860. 

Reserve your seat for television, the greatest 
show on earth. © Oct. 2, 1944; KK 27463. 

Your cue on television. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 
27342. 

Durham mfg. corp., Muncie, Ind. 11747-11749 

For metal furniture: 

Lumber may be frozen. © Oct. 9, 1944; KK 
27777. 

No wonder they dream. © Sept. 25, 1944; KK 
27341. 

Reunion. © Oct. 30, 1944; KK 28077. 

Duro test corp., North Bergen, N. J. 11750 

Durex heat resistant lamps by Duro test. For 
electric lamps. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 27663. 

Empress Theodora, See CoUey (Sara), d. b. a. 
Empress Theodora. 

Eversharp, inc., Chicago. 11751, 11752 

For fountain pen: 

4 differences make this America's miracle 
pen. © Sept. 5, 1944; KK 27442. 

Here's a pen you can stow away in bag or 
pocket. © Aug. 1, 1944; KK 27441. 

Ezy-way products, St. Paul, 11753 

Ezy-way ironing pad. Foj ironing pad. © Sept. 
19, 1944; KK 27458. 

Fairbanks, Morse & co., Chicago. 11754 

Fairbanks-Morse vertical centrifugal pumps for 
dry and wet pit service. For centrifugal pumps. 
© Sept. 18, 1944; KK 27343. 

Ferguson (Harry) inc., Dearborn, Mich. 11755 

Time -money -labor saver. For Ferguson blade 
terracer. © Oct. 30, 1944; KK 27966. 



Field (Marshall) & co. 11756-11758 

Dear public. For bed jackets, robes and loung- 
ing apparel. © Oct. 11, 1944; KK 27985. 

Dear public. For blankets, sheets and comfor- 
ters. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 27984. 

Dear public. For dresses and wearing apparel. 
© Oct. 30, 1944; KK 27986. 

Filene's (Wm.) sons co., Boston. 11759-11761 

For diamonds: 

Diamond for a queen. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 
27591. 

Gem that prevented a war. © Sept. 19, 1944; 
KK 27477. 

Napoleon's favorite diamond. © Sept. 26, 
1944; KK 27598, 

Fleischmann distilling corp,, New York, 11762 

Ever sip a 125-year old frosted coUins. For 
rum. © May 23, 1944; KK 27756. 

Fritzsche bros.. New York. 11763, 11764 

Fables and facts about foods and flavors. For 

dill oils and flavors. © Oct. 2, 1944; KK 27926. 
Fables and facts about foods and flavors. For 

oil of cassia imitation and other flavors. © Oct. 

30, 1944; KK 27980. 

Gaines food co., inc.. New York. 11765-11769 

For dog food: 

Better than meat alone! © June 25, 1943; KK 
27386. 

Give your dog his daily vitamins, feed Gaines. 
© Sept. 11, 1943; KK 27387. 

Meat alone never could beat a daily diet of 
Gaines. © Aug. 4, 1943; KK 27689. 

No meat for dogs. © May 19, 1943; KK 27585. 

3 ^ a day does it. © Apr. 28, 1943; KK 27584. 

General consumer products, inc., Chicago. 

11770-11772 
For coffee brewer: 

Lyric a wide neck magic -flo multiple filter 
coffee brewer. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 27726. 

Wide neck coffee brewer of outstanding beauty. 
© Oct. 3, 1944; KK 27720. 

Select fast selling Magic-flo products now. For 
coffee brewer, coffee percolator, © Oct. 4, 1944; 
KK 27721. 

General electric co., Schenectady, N. Y. 11773 

Story of A-C welding, 673-54. For training film. 
© Sept. 1, 1944; KK 27616. 

General electric co. See also American loco- 
motive CO. 

General foods corp., New York. 11774-11777 

Better than frosty air for perkin' up appetites. 
For chili sauce. © Nov. 3, 1944; KK 28090. 

Grandma's catsup's the life of the party. For 
catsup. © Oct. 20, 1944; KK 27788, 

Jellied soups, salads, entrees, and desserts. 
For gelatin, © Sept, 1, 1944- KK 27601. 

Latest news about Baker s coconut. For coco- 
nut. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27490, 

General mills, inc., Minneapolis. 11778-11796 

For cereal: 

Are you feeling shipshape these summer 
days? © Aug. 26, 1944; KK 27510. 

Boys! Girls! Get 107 exciting tatoo trans- 
fers! © Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27516. 



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Come and get it! Corn in puffed-flakes. © 
Sept. 10, 1944; KK 27517. 

Crisp, crunchy, little doughnuts, toasty brown. 
© Sept. 3, 1944; KK 27514. 

Crisp, crunchy, little doughnuts toasty brown. 
Try 'em. © July 26, 1944; KK 27844. 

Crisp, crunchy, little doughnuts toasty brown. 
No cooking. © Sept. 17, 1944; KK 27518. 

Crisp, crunchy, little doughnuts, toasty brown! 
You'll love Cheerioats. © Aug. 6, 1944; KK 27505. 

LookitI Crisp, crunchy, little doughnuts, 
toasty brown. © Aug. 20, 1944; KK 27507. 

There's no excuse for breakfast skipping. © 
Aug. 6, 1944; KK 27506. 

Try 'emi Crisp crunchy, little doughnuts, 
toasty brown. © Aug. 23, 1944; KK 27509. 

Wheaties recipe round-up. © Sept. 5, 1944; 
KK 27515. 
For flour; 

Betty Crocker announces: Better cakes in 
less than 1/2 the mixing time. © Aug. 30, 1944; KK 
27513. 

Mealtime hints. © July 18, 1944; KK 27503. 

Peach skilled pie. © July 29, 1944; KK 27504. 

You don't cream shortening, you don't beat 
eggs. © Aug. 26, 1944; KK 27511. 
For food products: 

Biscuit that bewitched a wizard. © June 28, 
1944; KK 27502. 

Breakfast, how to make a better one. © Aug. 
30, 1944; KK 27512. 

How to egg a chicken on. © Ai^. 22, 1944; 
KK 27508. 

Supper in the garden. © June 28, 1944; KK 
27501. 

Gordon's dry gin co., ltd.. New York. 11797 

To the friend of Gordon's gin. For gin. © Sept. 
25, 1944; KK 27338. 

Gorham co., Providence. 11798, 11799 

For sterling silver: 

Darling, it's daddy! © Sept. 29, 1944; KK 
27497. ' 

Hearts turn home. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27719. 

Graham mfg. co., inc.. New York. 11800 

Here is a post war heat exchanger available now. 

For heat exchangers. © Sept. 26, 1944; KK 27830. 

Granat bros., San Francisco. 11801-11805 

For diamond rings: 

As seen in Vogue. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 27594. 
Matchmates. © Oct. 22 1944; KK 27898. 
Solitaires, that prove it s a man's world too. 
© Oct. 29, 1944; KK 27995. 

Threesomes. © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 27802. 
Men's wedding rii^s. For men's wedding rings. 
© Oct. 8, 1944; KK 27612. 

Gray (Dorothy) ltd.. New York. 11806-11815 

For cosmetics: 

Fall money-maker. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 
27305. 

Fashion red lipstick, for that fresh, moist, 
dewy look. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 27445. 

That famous sales booster is here again. © 
Oct. 16, 1944; KK 27694. 

You're so pretty, people will think you're in 
love. © Oct. 2, 1944; KK 27444. 

You're so pretty, when youfollow the pink-to- 
purple fashion. © Oct. 21, 1944; KK 27823. 



You're so pretty, when you shed that leath- 
ery look. © Sept. 30, 1944; KK 27443. 

You're so pretty, when you use. © Oct. 14, 
1944; KK 27693. 

You're so pretty when your complexion is 
aglow. © Sept. 9, 1944; KK 27304. 

You're so pretty when your skin looks clear. 
© Oct. 28, 1944; KK 27991. 

You're so pretty, though you're over thirty. 
For cellogen cream. © Oct. 7, 1944; KK 27599. 

Gray drug co., Jersey City. 11816-11819 

For cold vaccine tablets: 

How would you like to go thru the winter 
without a cold. © Oct. 16, 1944; KK 28089. 

New vaccine tablets keep you from catching 
cold. © Oct. 5, 1944; KK 27349. 

Now there's a way to prevent colds. © Oct. 
12, 1944; KK 28088. 

Vaccine tablets keep you from catching cold, 
© Oct. 9, 1944; KK 28087. 

Great Atlantic & Pacific tea co., New York. 

11820-11822 
For groceries: 

It pays to choose Ann Page foods. © Aug. 
30, 1944; KK 27401. 

It's time to turn to A & P. © Sept. 6, 1944; 
KK 27402. 

Now, more than ever, your family needs 
vitamin D. For evaporated milk. © Aug. 10, 1944; 
KK 27400. 

Greenlee bros. & co., Rockford, III. 11823 

Greenlee boring chart for wood screws. For 
tools for mortising, boring & routing. ©Sept. 30, 1944; 
KK 27994. 

Grizzle (B. F.) Terre Haute, Ind. 11824 

Water line capacity slide rule. For slide rule. 
© Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27858. 

Grossman music co., Cleveland. 11825 

Skylark. For toy whistles. © Sept. 14, 1944; 
KK 27684. 

Gruen watch co., Cincinnati. 11826 

Twenty million people are waiting. For watches. 
© Sept. 21, 1944; KK 27494. 

H-Q CO. See Quackenbush (Harold S.), d. b. a. 
H-Q CO. 

Hamilton watch co., Lancaster, Pa. 11827 

World time chart. For watches. © Sept. 22, 
1944; KK 27699. 

Hammond instrument co., Chicago. 11828 

Without thought of danger, the chaplain plunged 
in. For electric organ. © Sept. 21, 1944; KK 
27851. 

Hanley (James) co.. Providence. 11829-11836 

For ale: 

Always in the best places. © Mar. 15, 1944; 
KK 28094. 

Don't hesitate. © May 20, 1944; KK 28093. 

Don't jump to conclusions. © Oct. 24, 1944; 
KK 27911. 

I owe it to my public. © Sept. 26, 1944; KK 
27348. 

People's choice. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 28091. 

People's choice. © Nov. 1, 1944; KK 27976. 



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You can say that again. © May 20, 1944; KK 



You can take it with you. © Oct. 9, 1944; KK 
27528, 

Hansen's (Chr.) laboratory, inc.. Little Falls, N. 
Y. 11837 

Make milk fun for your children. For rennet 

tablets. © Sept. 20, 1944; KK 27311. 

Hercules powder co., inc., Wilmington, Del. 

11838, 11839 
For chemicals: 

18,000 different enemies! © Oct. 26, 1944; 
KK 27913. 

Transcontinental chemistry. ©Sept. 28, 1944; 
KK 27314. 

Hirestra laboratories, inc.. New York. 

11840-11845 
For cosmetic cream: 

Learn how science helps to make the face 
younger. © Oct. 15, 1944; KK 27782. 

Science asserts faces may be more youthful 
again, © Oct. 8, 1944; KK 27562, 

Science can help give most women a younger 
face and throat. © Oct. 22,^ 1944; KK 27825. 

Science can help restore youthfulness to face 
and throat. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 27560. 

See how science can endow you with a young- 
er face. © Oct. 1, 1944; KK 27869. 

To help hand skin become softer more alluring- 
ly beautiful. For hand cream, cosmetic. © Oct. 5, 
1944; KK 27561. 

Holmes & Edward div. International silver co. 
See International silver co. Holmes & Edwards 
div. 

House of vision, Chicago. 11846-11854 

For glasses: 

Are you a spectacle spoiler? © Sept. 21, 
1944; KK 27965. 

Candy for the kids. © Aug. 21, 1944; KK 
27958. 

Did it take 21 operations to make your glas- 
ses? © Sept. 11, 1944; KK 27963. 

Don't wait until the day before school. © 
Aug. 17, 1944; KK 27957. 

Meet us early in the morning. © Sept. 18, 
1944; KK 27964. 

People who live in glasshouses can't have any 
secrets. © Sept. 7, 1944; KK 27962. 

We're gentle, careful as any mother would be. 
© Aug. 28, 1944; KK 27960. 

Your child isn't going blind. © Aug. 24, 
1944; KK 27959. 

Your date will say they're knockout. © Aug. 
31, 1944; KK 27961. 

Hudnut (Richard), d. b. a. Richard Hudnut salon. 
New York. 11855 

DuBarry success course. Beauty scope. For 

cosmetics. © Oct. 3, 1944; KK 27392. 

Hudnut (Richard) salon. See Hudnut (Richard), 
d. b. a. Richard Hudnut salon. 

Hy-grade sportswear co., inc.. New York. 11856 
Hy-grade, For sports and formal wear. © Jan, 
20, 1944: KK 27592. 



Indiana steel products co., Chicago. 11857 

Precision built, by the million. For permanent 
magnets. © Sept. 14, 1944; KK 27615. 

International cellucotton products co., Chicago. 

18858 
Little Lulu. For kleenex, © Oct. 8, 1944; KK 
27657. 

International silver co. Holmes & Edwards div., 
Meriden, Conn. 11859-11869 

For sterling inlaid silverplate: 

I can't get time off my mind. © Aug. 30, 
1944; KK 27408. 

I guess if I'm smart I'll wait for these. © 
Aug. 4, 1944; KK 27404, 

I'm brightl © Aug. 16, 1944; KK 27411. 

I'm clever, © Aug. 4, 1944; KK 27405. 

I'm going to be the first to get these. © Sept. 
29, 1944; KK 27413. 

I'm smart. © Sept. 12, 1944; KK 27409. 

I'm wise. © Aug. 30, 1944; KK 27407. 

Lucky me. © Aug. 25, 1944; KK 27406. 

Now I think the main entrance should be en- 
larged. © Oct. 10, 1944; KK 27808. 

Oxir apologies to brides who marry in war- 
times. © Sept. 19, 1944; KK 27412. 

What's so wonderful about these dear? © 
Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27410. 

International telephone & telegraph Corp., New 
York. 11870 

I'll bring you in on time. For ultra high fre- 
quency beam transmission. © Oct. 12, 1944; KK 
27647. 

Interwoven stocking co.. New Brunswick, N. J. 
For men's socks: 11871-11884 

Extra quality Interwoven 75^ the pair. N 1, 
[and] Certified Interwoven 3 pairs $1.25. N 2. 
© Sept. 28, 1944;' KK 27683. 

Genuine ribbed socks 75^ the pair. G 1 [and] 
Interwoven 3 pairs $1.25. G 2. © Sept. 28, 1944; 
KK 27676. 

Genuine ribbed socks $1.00 the pair. E 1 
[and] Interwoven 2 pairs $1.25. E 2. © Sept. 28, 
1944; KK 27674. 

Genuine ribbed socks $1.25 the pair. D 1 
[and] Interwoven 3 pairs $1.25. D 2. © Sept. 28, 
1944; KK 27673. 

Genuine ribbed socks $1.50 the pair. C 1 [and] 
Interwoven 2 pairs $1.25. C. 2. © Sept. 28, 1944; 
KK 27672. 

Interwoven $1.00 the pair. F 1 [and] Inter- 
woven 2 pairs $1.25. F 2. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 
27675. 

Interwoven $1.65 the pair. B 1 [and] Genuine 
ribbed socks 2 pairs $1.25. B 2. © Sept. 28, 1944; 
KK 27671. 

Interwoven $2.00 the pair. A 1 [and] Inter- 
woven 3 pairs $1.25. A 2. © Sept. 28, 1944; KK 
27670. 

Super grade Interwoven $1.00 the pair. L 1 
[and] Extra quality Interwoven 2 pairs $1.25. L 2. 
© Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27681. 

Super grade Interwoven $1.00 the pair. M 1 
[and] Hy-test Interwoven 2 pairs $1.00. M 2. © Sept. 
28, 1944; KK 27682. 

Super grade Interwoven $1.25 the pair. Kl. 
[and] Certified Interwoven 3 pairs $1.25. K 2. © 
Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27680. 

Super grade Interwoven $1.50 the pair. J 1 
[and] Extra quality Interwoven 2 pairs $1.25. J 2. 
© Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27679. 



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Super grade Interwoven $1.65 the pair. I 1 
[and] Extra quality Interwoven 2 pairs $1.25. 1 2. 
© Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27678. 

Super grade Interwoven $2.00 the pair. H 1 
[and] Certified Interwoven 3 pairs $1.25. H 2, © 
Sept. 28, 1944; KK 27677. 

Jaques mfg. co., Chicago. 11885-11889 

For baking powder: 

Heart of the bake. Heart of the cake, you're 
O K with K C, heart of the biscuit. © Sept. 15, 1944; 
KK 27558. 

Heart of the bake. K C double action baking 
powder. Four jar hanger. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 
27555. 

Heart of the bake. KC double action baking 
powder. Heart topper. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27556. 

You're O K with K C baking powder. The 
heart of the bake. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27557. 

You're O K with K C double action baking 
powder. O K topper. © Sept. 15, 1944; KK 27554. 

Jaquet, inc.. New York. 11890, 11891 

For cosmetics: 

She has learned this Jaquet truth. © Oct. 1, 
1944; KK 27763. 

You enter, and heads turn. © Sept. 1, 1944; 
KK 27762. 

Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N. J. 

118.92-11894 

Help wanted, female. For gauze sponges. © 
Sept. 30, 1944; KK 27852. 

There is a better way. For plaster-of-paris 
bandages & splints. © Sept. 30, 1944; KK 27853. 

William Shippen, M. D., 1736-1808. For sutures. 
© Oct. 31, 1944; KK 27996. 

Jones & Laughlin steel Corp., Pittsburgh. 

11895, 11896 
For steel: 

Research tests steels. © Nov. 6, 1944; KK 
28083. 

Steel serves the guns with millions of shells. 
© Oct. 5, 1944; KK 27464. 

Kahn (David) inc., North Bergen, N. J. 

11897, 11898 

Wearever refill leads. For pencil leads. © Oct. 
7, 1944; KK 27799. 

Wearever .Zenith. For mechanical pencils. © 
Nov. 1, 1944; KK 28104. 

Kaylon, inc., New York. 11899 

Topster. For pajamas. © Aug. 10, 1944; KK 
27949. 

Kellogg CO., Battle Creek. 11900-11906 

For cereal breakfast food, corn flakes: 

America's favorite hot-weather breakfast. 
© Julys, 1940; KK 27575. 

Finding the help problem a little difficult? © 
Mar. 18, 1943; KK 27381. 

It's amazing how crisp and fresh Kellogg's 
corn flakes are every time you buy them. © July 11, 
1940; KK 27576. 

Meet Miss America of the breakfast table. © 
July 11, 1940; KK 27577. 

Packed a special way. © June 27, 1940; KK 
27573. 

Your grandmother knew her grandmother in 
1906. © June 27, 1940; KK 27574. 



For your every-day well-being. For breakfast 
cereal. © Oct. 6, 1944; KK 27661. 

Ken-tool mfg. co., Akron, O. 11907 

Ken-presto bead breaker. For tire tool. © Oct. 
4, 1944; KK 27618. 

Keuffel & Esser co,, Hoboken, N. J. 11908 

K + E isometric drawing kit. A short cut to 
pictorial drafting. For drawing kit, © Sept. 22, 
1944; KK 27659. 

Kirby (R. H.) Dallas. 11909 

Fun packs. For trick matches & compositions. 
© Sept. 16, 1944; KK 27593. 

Kolinski (Alexander F.) Milwaukee. 11910 

Information concerning boomerang airplanes. 
For toy airplanes. © July 29, 1944; KK 27471. 

Kops bros., inc.. New York. 11911, 11912 

For foimdation garments: 

Nemo sensations, juniors jump at them. © 
Oct. 23, 1944; KK 27896. 

What won women to nemo.